Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 17, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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r' STAHKE -"My preliminary figures Indicate that about $126.000
F will have to be reduced from the requests that are already in if we
Commission Asks are to stay within the same millage as last year" Clerk Gilbert
Brown told Bradford commissioners,Tuesday night July IS.

Y Ip n.> s .Y Clerk Brown had spent a busy day in compiling the figures from
the different county departments and outside agencies for money
Full Explantion requests to be included in next year's budget. The commissioner'sannual
budget grind got off to a good start Tuesday night in a four
: hour session with Brown saying that he thought all of the
79j. + requests were in for the
consideration. ,
Of Money Requests your projected expenditures relief in sight when 'you consider
for the new budget are the condition the state
$197.377.18 more than last prison system is in on the
j..- ..; 'STARKE' ,- With Bradford quicker response time in year and our anticipated inmate housing problem,"
1 County without the services ofa answering an alarm and revenues are $71,348.18 more Reddish said.Reddish .
Home Demonstration Agent, thereby save many homes than last year. The differencethat said that measures
questions unanswered about that the' larger and heavier will have to be made up is had already been taken to
(tne Bradford County units could not reach in time.' $126.029.00 if all requests are lower food costs at the jail by
ftospital's request for a one Chairman Shuford said an' granted which means more buying at wholesale whenever
mill levy the commissioner's early meeting to hear more on' (taxes that will amount to possible, lie suggested that
wanting to know about next the mentioned matter would slightly more than one mill. the commissioners give some
year's operation of the be desirable and he would set One mill will produce about thought to providing gasoline
4 ,+ Emergency. Rescue Service the dale for the meeting after $123,000 in additional revenue. for his dt'partment'li'l'hicles
and big changes ahead for the contact had been made with The other alternative of through facilities owned by
volunteer fire departments of those concerned. course, is to reduce the budget the county at the road department
re the' county and its' requests by $126,029" Brown garage. With 85 percentof
municipalities, in funding and said.The his gasoline purchased at
services., the commissioner's Starke figures staled are for wholesale he estimated savings
ground to a halt In their the General Fund Road and of about $3,000 annually
discussion: of those matters at Bridge and Fine and Forfeiture for his department
Tuesday night's initial budget Funds Brown said. "Bradford County has one
meeting. ElectionUpcoming "I'm well pleased with the ,of the lowest if not the lowest
revenue side of the budget:', per capita costs on expendi-
ro 'Chairman Dave Shuford Budgeted income for the Gen tures for law enforcement of

,- .......": :I::;: ," ;". requested Clerk Gilbert eral Fund has been set at any county in the state"
Brown to get in touch with the ,. $929,619.75 up 28618.70 from Reddish emphasized.
I Venerable old 'B', Building at Bradford High now some 30 rem"mber'sltdngln its classrooms: The building still does not proper officials of those STARKE .' Sept. 9 city last year's 90100105. Incomefor lie said that neighboring
years old. isi. being torn down. Many local students can leak or flood.1! departments and invite themto election was certified Tuesday, the Road and Bridge Fundis Union County with half im
a meeting, to determined up 2920569. 'The new many'people as Bradfordemployed
Charles Schae-
at a later date' and to fully night to Mayor figure is $474,641.24 comparedto the same number of
I those matters so that work on and Commissioners Vernon the Fine and Forfeiture Fund did.and they have a budget of
the I j-county budget budgeted income has been
can Silcox and McRae set $199.000just slightly less than
a fine building said'workman Tuesday afternoon With its sharply pitched roof and floor high off the'ground, progress.A must Jimmy at $241,619.34 up $13,523.79 he is requesting .
pointing to old 'B' Building at Bradford High School 'B' Building doesn't leak and has never been flooded as have 'A.'special'.request' '': will be fun from last year's figure of Supervisor of Elections
, from the ruins of the solid brick walled agriculture building' the flew high school buildings The school board Monday "i of'thex Qualifying ,opens Monday, 228095.55," Brown said. Jeneva M. Flynn is requesting
; 'maO.; Volunteer
;tMarn PiI:!i to. which he --was-cleaning!. bricks;, -j. .night-authorized.* ..*topographical survoy of ithe-bigh school-?., 1UlepartmetltsMfw: ...'Lawtey'F-Fire' ; .4uiy,1'.1..and doses Auaua ""W Th4R4 flfffalrabdditjonstiq; ?" JU.766: ( compared to last ?
''&" Both buildings along with the old boiler room,are-being site to find out how to stop the new ground level building from ( Hampton and Brooker to sub- ,nodn.Jte: fstraUon'books, presently 'come: to -the three funds 'year"s'hmou#('.of:ItZS'&HKf-' : : : '' 7 a t
.'Ii\.>_. <.demolished make room for two new classroom complexes getting wet insidewhen it rains., mit their individual budget requests open, close July 25, 45 amounts ttJ$71.348.18.. Brown Mrs,Flynn said the gr atH',
to be built this year,with $1.085,000 in state school construction B Building was built in the mid-194o's when Dr. WE. Mid- \ particularly for, those days prior to the election. City ''added. 0 part of the additional amount
registration: are now is for the Presidential
'monies. / dleton amounts advanced "On the expenditure side of requested -
superintendent. Back then the entire building cost by the ,
kept by of elec. Preference
The building has solid oak floors which are giving'grudg..; about 'what one classroom does today, says retired Supt. county'to those municipalities tions. supervisor the budget the total of the to be h'ldlarch!Primary Election -
ingly to crow bars, not a water stained board can be seen in Harmon P, Morgan. for fire protection service., requests that you have before 9 1976.
City commissioners She has included
the roof timbers and its classrooms are larger than newer The agriculture building was put up in 1944, the work being cur you will amount fo $4.000 to
Lawtey received $4,466.24 rently early $200 per month. cover the cost of that election
modern and each has cloak in the back done by students under 1771909.33 for all three
"more ones, a room ag now retired instructor V.R. Ferguson V
lasts\ year, Brooker 1392.42 The city clerk earns $13,894 funds. Last we budgeted and $4.000 each for the: first
at a cost of$6,000 to the year
pf\d. county and'v Hampton 409843. per year.-and the police chief $1,574,532.15 which is an Increase and second primary elections''
Before approving any amountto $11,190., for next year of to be held during the next bud
be'included in next year's All four incumbents,. Commissloners 19737718. You will find the get year '
,Fast Action Saves budget the commissioner'sare McRae and Silcox largest increase in expenditures -' Hlllilaas. Veterans Service
requesting more information Clerk Edwards, and Police in the' General Fund Officer submitted a budget
as to the expenditure Chief Jimmy Bowen said they' which is 15305267. The new request for $4,130 with an
of those funds: are prepared to toss their hats figure is 1054053.72 com- increase included for travel
Homes From ,Blaze .Into the ring. It will cost a pared to last year's .expenses. In order to remain
The commissioner's also commissioner $120 to qualify, 90100105. Next is the Road certified he is required to
Damage' unofficially volunteer' fire fighters could want/more information on the; the clerk $694 and the chief and Bridge Fund whose expenditures attend two meetings held by;
estimated at $2,500 occurred arrive. outlay of the one mill levy $531. have been set at the state office each year
t to a doublewide trailer His r.' wife then called the requested by ,the hospital Clerk Edwards 59, is a 47538011. Last year's budgetwas Haas said.Dilapidated.
belonging to the Ronald Polk County : 'Volunteer.. Fire Board of Trustees. The one veteran of 16. years as city 44543555. The increaseis and worn out
family about 2:15: p.m. Sunday Department who received the, ", ? mill ,levy plu' $15,000 in clerk having won the post $29.944.56. equipment was' the subjectof
at Its location on SR-18 about call at 2:30: and arrived at the s Alfa Racing Commission funds after Carl Johns gave it up in "The last is the'Fine and J.H. Kelly's request. He
three 1 miles east of Brooker.. scene about.15 minutes later.. I dt totals $138,454 to be receivedby 1959 and has proven unbeat- Forfeiture Fund with expenditures said that the old "NCR"' tax
( According, to information \\1 the hospital board if the able since, though he has been for next year at validating machine purchased
?According to reports received here, batteries.were levy is approved by the challenged several times. $242.475.50. up 14379.95 from 22 years ago for $4.6 received here Mrs. Polk >dead in both Brooker fire .' commissioners. Since federal Former opponents include last year's figure of repaired just a few sears; ago
i called George Pierce former trucks a the time of the alarm :; matching fund grants formerly Postmaster Cliff Hazen. $228.095.55." Brown said. for $1.800, had seen it's best
fire chief of Brooker, who and jump cables had to be received by the Carolyn Redgrave and Following Brown's explanation days.. He is requesting the i
sounded the alarm at the used to get them started Emergency Rescue Service Charles Hardy., of the overall projected amount of $5,015 for a new
'dent fire station and then causing a delay ot 10 to 12 : expired on' June 30, the Chief Bowen ((39 plus 2, budget figures the commis- machine to replace the old
to the scene to fight the minutes in reaching the fire. : financial burden for their as Bowen puts it) is completing '' sioners began hearing from one. so he can eliminate the
Maze with a garden hose until Green said the Brooker ; "',1t continued operation will fall his first term. He servedon department heads and others functional foul-ups and delays
trucks manned by three city ;' ,,'::1\:,! 'II'! i. on the commissioners. The the city council two years, who wanted to verbally present caused by the worn out equipment -
councilmen (Carl Edwards, commissioner's want the facts 1969 to 1971. and gave that seat their,budget requests. ./
l1"ti cr A.B. Adams and Ken Young) Chairman Shuford said.' up to run for police chief. Sheriff Dolph Reddish was "The way things are going
Jlt 1t arrived at the' scene' about } I' Bowen served on the Police the lirst to speak. He is everybody is not gelling a fair
three minutes before the oJ' The county has been withoutthe Department as'a patrolmanfor requesting the amount of shake'-' Herman Johnson.
"" county volunteers.In "" services of a Home. five years, has worked as a $217,147 for 1975-76 comparedto President of the Bradford
) the meanwhile. Pierce, Demonstration agent''since'' mechanic and recently sold a $177,175 last year. The County NAACP told the commissioner's -
\ and three volunteer non-fire' the resignation of Miss Kathy local chain of laundry's to be a additional amount requestedis in submitting a
men had managed to containthe Brown. Does the county want full time chief., 39972. new budget request in the
fire to one bedroom of the one?? The commissioners Group 2 Commissioner "The gas price increase has amount of $25.300.-
mobile home by closing all would like to know. Jimmy McRae, 44, is complet. hit us real hard," Reddish Johnson and the NAACP is
windows to shut off oxygen ing his fifth term and 10 yearson ''said. "And it looks like we will requesting the commissioners
and dousing the fire with gar lla'rry Green; Fire Chief of the council. He is the deanof be in for more of the same 'to set up'and establish an
den hoses. Polk was overcomeby the Bradford County Fire the council since Orie Wig next year," he added. Affirmative Action-Human
smoke and fell from the Department will'also participate gins' retirement. McRae has "1 am also requesting the Relation Coordinator.
front door of the doublewide in :the discussion at been unopposed the last two services of one full time jailer.: Johnson read a statement to
breaking his ankle., He was the next meeting on the ex times but previously won over I have three people down the commissioner's which
., given oxygen as soon as the' panded '''services being Dr. Calvin Houpt Mrs. Elvira there who have accumulatedsix said that the duties of the
METH. VACATION county department ,arrived.Green Workmen tear our interior walls of old 'B' Building at planned for two more county DeVoe, and Ewell Lawson. weeks each of vacation'' office would be to coordinate
", BIBLE SCHOOL said the fire was Bradford High. Many a local student can recall receiving a fire stations;one to be locatedin time but there is simply no all positions included in the t vtlII f
\ July 20 -July 25 1 apparently not due faulty goad portion of his .formal Junior high and high school Graham and the other at Group Commissioner Ver- time for them to take a vaca-, county commissioner's bud- <
::. I to f p.m. wiring although wires education In this venerable structure.- ,The sloped slate some satisfactory site in the non Silcox who says he's a lion. They work six days. a get, excluding: elected offi
: Classes for all ,became 'exposed during pro- covered roof never leaked and the building floor Is several western part of the, county "young 54," is completing his week" Reddish said. cials. The officer selected will
; agttBradford cess of' the fire and some feel off the ground; It never leaked and flooded as does the second term. Silcox a Starke "Another big item the legis- >act as County Personnel Offi-
--r-,.. burned in two, grounding' new high school buildings., Green said at the'' last Insurance man ran for and lature is responsible for is in cer and receive all ,applica
.. County' 'against the trailer, causing it commissioner's meeting that won Bowen's vacated post) our other administrative tions for employment from
HOSPITAL BOARD .to become electrified. smaller fire trucks in highly over Carlton Chastain and expense. Beginning October 1, applicants. He will also pub
t Meet Thursday It was a busy day for the 2 Arrested In Robbery populated areas of the county Ernest Allen in 1971 and was' we, along with all the governmental lish all job availabilities in all
;' July 24, J p.m. county volunteers who 'an. Y would. be able to provide unopposed in 1973.. I agencies will be' departments," their salary
----- swered their first call about 4 required to pay for the'full ranges and a job descriptionfor
-Two Starke men were native, has lived in the city for each titledObjective ; _
Bradford County' to the home of Mr. and retirement benefits on all of ,
arrested several months'
Monday. for after' '
ZONING BOARD July 14. being RMC Nu bers.l,639 of the Is
For of
our most
Mrs. Freddie Stevens in Pine- breaking into an unoccupied discharged from the Army in Population employees.
Meets Tuesday to assure that each citizen has
hurst Subdivision off Bessent my personnel amount will
Market Road home and steal- Georgia .and drifting south,
July 2* ,Road east of Starke. The fire ing jewelry and belongings according to Investigator 'LAKE! BUTLER The In- overloaded. Each tent Is be 13 percent of their salaries.All an in equal and fair opportunity
; 7:30p.m. there apparently started in valued at $375 according to Tomasovitch.The mate population as of July 10, designed to hold 10 beds. who are regarded as high services county the government statement and its
In said
the utility room and may have 'Investigator George Tomaso-. had reached 1,639 at the hazard personnel which In-
----- .resulted from an electrical witch of the Starke Police arrests were made Reception and Medical Centerat Since the use of tent city eludes everYbodr but the ''Throughout'' the 'whole' ,
i Oval Cemetery short. Chief Green said the Department about 1 p.m. Monday after Lake Butler a facility 'started In May, two months office be paying county government; there are .
:' Working house suffered about' 30 percent Tomasovitch got the report of originally designed for a ago, '344 inmates have been nIne, percent on' their ''only two blacks employed by
: Saturday Morning' damage, but most of the 'Joseph H. Bedford. 21, of 127 the theft when, he' came to capacity 783 inmates. channeled through it to other t.salaries/' Reddish continued Bradford ,County. One is <.apart
:, July i I' contents were saved. West Lafayette Street, and work Monday morning The .'-'f' : '- "', prison.,facilities within' the, ."'Then there U l the'cost' of,, time'deputy sheriff and ;
Green,. praised' the 'quick Ronald G. Romanic, 23, of 511 breaking and entering occurred In addition to the overloadat state. ; .food,- which I is' considerably* I the' other' Is a cook'' at the
cwrmyoi response of volunteers in both West Madison Street, are around 10:30: p.m. RMC there are 272 inmates According to a spokesman 'more than last year, as every county,jail,"'Johnson said
the d omm unity instances. He said more thana charged with breaking and Saturday,July 12.'Takerl from housed in "Tent City" at the for the Department 'of Offender body knows. For us it hat been .'"Of eou....,'one C.C.'Anderson
dozen'men assisted in entering and grand larceny. the home of Lorraine Kingsleywere Florida .State /Prison The Rehabilitation the total particularly hard to hold the; la an unpaid appointee on, 't
: blatI'a lk, putting out., the fire at'the Both ,free on $1,000 bonds* a dinner ring valued at satellite'' "Transient Unit' inmate* population for 'the line on food costs, because the .the county: housing authority N''
Ata..M New 1"u.: Stephens residence, and that .pending their appearance In $250 a pair of men's boots constructed. with .M-; tents ,state was pegged at 14,219, all ,Jail has, for the past several! but It hasn't functioned In several 9 I
"+ T.t4..OMV more than 20 men assisted Circuit ,Court' next .Monday, valued at$35 a quarter of beef borrowed from the Florida of whom are housed In facilities months, been occupied at lull years,"..Johnson 'added.
: p..r.lo..nLsur..Gr... I with the mobile home fires atBrooker. July 21. Bedford is a Starke valued at $80. and some costume National Guard has. a present designed emergency. capacity. If you keep 'em you'' He, II requesting com-

native.I Romanio>>, a California jewelry population_ ;of,_272.; It.,also.. : is: capacity of 11100.:' gotta feed 'em. I don't see any'. .'(8M- '....-. )';';" ,.';'".'" ,'

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. : ," Toni Whitt Alton Boles Are Wed July- 4 At Northside Baptist I you naw

Miss Toni Denise Whitt, program of nuptial music streamers.. Vicki Orlando and Mrs. Gene
t daughter and Mrs. Larry Lipham of The bride, given in Harris cut the cake, ueddine of Mrs. Erma Nethcrland of
:\. Lacy I. Whit, and Alton Gainesville was best man and marriage by her brother, Standing in the receiving Jill Sanders Louisville, Ga. and Mrs. B.L.
James Boles, son of Mr. and the ushers were Mike Orlando James U. Dotson of Ypsilanti, line were the bride and groom, weekend Moxley of Midville, Ga. are
Mrs. J.A. Boles, were united and Richard Carrell. Mich., wore a white dotted their' parents, and bridal Mrs. Tarek visiting their son and
in marriage Friday, July 4, at Mrs. Emory Hood of St. Swiss floor length gown, witha attendants. Miss Terry Jo daughter, Mr. and Mrs. B.L.
(he Northside Baptist Petersburg served as matronof ruffle at the empire bodice Decanio kept the bride's book. Moxley, Jr. this week. ,
Church in Starke with Rev honor and Mrs. Gene Harrisof waist and on the bottom. She The punch table was John Myers
James Parrish performingthe Kingsley Lake and Mrs. wore a white picture hat with covered with a lace cloth and guests of Mr.
nuptials. James Dotson of Ypsilanti, net puffing in the back for held an arrangement of red, Glover at the Capt. Mickey Dansby of the
A red, white and blue color Mich. were bridal attendants.The ming a bow, with the white and blue flowers. Mrs. at Floral Air Force Academy in
motif was carried out in the attendants were all streamers on the bow makinga Richard Carrell, Mrs. Irene Colorado Springs, Colo., is
church decorations with two gowned alike in red white and floor length train. She Mobley and Mrs. Maxie attending SOS school at
standing baskets of white blue peasant dresses with carried a nosegay of white Norton presided at the punch R.A. Colson Maxwell "Field, Montgomery
gladioli and daisies and red halter tops. They wore white daisies baby's breath and redcarnations table and assisted in serving with Mr. Ala. for 11 weeks. During his
carnations against a picture hats with red, white with red, white and The couple is residing on Williams and absence Mrs. Dansby and
.. background of arched candelabra and blue gingham bows and blue gingham streamers.A SR-229 following wedding Beach. daughter, Julie, are staying
with burning tapers flower clusters at the bow- reception was held at the trip to Atlanta. with Mr. and Mrs. R.o.
and greenery. knot They carried armbouquets Holiday Inn poolside. The bride is a 1972 graduate Dianne Dansby in Starke and with her
Jimmy Alvarez, organistand of red carnations, The bride's table was of Bradford High School and Edwards, parents, Mr. and Mrs Edward
soloist, presented a greenery and red satin covered with a lace cloth and attended Pikeville. Junior Susan and Davis!! in Gainesville.Mr. .
centered with a three tiered College. 2Ajti returned from
wedding cake decorated in Mr. Boles is'p'a 1968 graduateof with Mr. and and Mrs. Donald
red, white and blue, and made Gainesville High School, a '' in Cooper of Clewiston have
Beginners Needlepoint by the bride. Flanking the 1973 graduate of Florida State and Mr. and moved back to their home on
table were two standing University and is employed at + and family Butler road.
baskets of white and red U.C.I. as an Inmate .
Classes, Will Begin gladioli and carnations. Mrs. Classification specialist. -

Mondayiuly21st Pe"jonaFrank It'I Paint

Morning Session 9.3011.30A.M.. Hardy of Tacoma, Mr.. and Mrs.. Brian i 43 Center
Wash. arrived Tuesday for a Hamilton and children and
Evenings. 7.30 9.30 P.M. weeks visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thomsonand aM j "
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy, son of Tallahassee are Madison St 964-8181
and to attend the wedding of spending this week''at the a ';
Junior Classes his brother, Don to Esther Denmark cottage at .Kingsley
Romero on Friday night. Also Lake.
Tuesday Afternoon 1 1:30: To 3:00: P.M.For visiting the Hardys this weekis yl ) r" bN ,
Mrs. Hardy's mother, Mrs Mrs. S.G. Denmark 'spent
J O.K. McGauley of Palatka. last week visiting Mr. and
Information And Mrs. B.Y. Saxon in Melbourneand
Mr. and Mrs. Edward daughter, Mrs. M.J..
Lewelling of Panama City are Sanderson while Mr. San
guests this week of Mr: and derson was at National Guard Mr.;' and :Mrs. Alliin Itoli-s!
Registration Call Mrs. P.T. Nolin. camp. Mrs.Denmark took her Paint

niece, Candace Saxon home
Mrs. Mattie Ellis:of Wor- after A
a weeks visit.
thington Springs was last J & J ContractorsCement

The Magic Needle Thursday visitor of.Mr. and Local admittances to .
Mrs. Tullie Norman.Mr.
Bradford County Hospital this And MasonryAll A
'1517 Bessent Rood Slorke' Florida and Mrs., Keith week include: Mrs: Amy GalTo
Gillingham of Tampa will Ferrell of Keystone Heights; Work Guaranteed $945 Gal
964-6300 964-5149' 'spend the weekend with Mr.. Mrs. Alma Starling Curtis
and Mrs., Guy Sale. Muse, Mrs. Pauline LeMire,
Mrs. Alma Leurck, Starke; Free I No
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.. .. .. .. .. .. Francis Kempton and Mrs. I WALLPAPER SALES &
Hazel Starling, Lawtey;
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Leonard Aldridge and Dallas Estimate Obligation INSTALLATION
Short On Cash? Ramer, Lake Butler; Mrs. .
Minna McCurdy, Lake
Geneva; and Mrs. Linnie Mae All Types Of Paint
SEE OLIN, HE WILL TRADE Brown, Hampton. 473-2000 the sun
& Paint Supplies
FOR ANYTHING Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathewswere
i i in High Springs on
Sunday visiting Mr and Mrs.T. .
FROM Breazealle and celebratedthe 417'PUBLISHER'S
14. birthday of Dawn Form 649 CSucc-(1174) 'State Bank No..


I Mr. and Mrs. Huston Mc-

r, TO ABILLY Clane spent the weekend with Consolidated Report of Condition of "......,Community..State. ...Bank. ...of:. .Starke. ... .. "
I I Mr. and Mrs. W.A..McClane

and family at Jacksonville o(.......,Stark ,.,..,.... ... .....,|in the State of..Florida.......... ...... and'Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of
GOAT! Beach. I

t, \\' /. business on..... .lnL; 3..n...;:;.I.. .. .........,. 19. ...... ..
;p / Mr. and Mrs. David Mon- .

W "" '. For A Down tgomer and family returned ,' .y +.. ..aAgtxyt.W fN M
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) ,:last week from ten day visit', t: .
k j'-l '\ with Mr. and Mrs. Robert A S S E T S. "' T.' ., "., ...
'? Payment ByrcT and family in Greenville 1. Cuh and due from banks (Including S_ un posted debits .. .. .. ,V25'ZZJO1;I ;
; II) I Texas. 2. (a) U.S. Treasury securities S One l Total (Items xzx. .xxx xxx xx,
One NOn
(b) Obligations ot Federal Financing Bank ,_ 2a( ) & (b)) = 2
On Home 8. Obligations or other U.S. Government agencies and corporation .., .. .. ..,. ...... .. .... "', ,1. 8 561. 23 3
Mrs. F.J. Shaw, Mrs. J.R. 4. Oblilations of States and politic subdivlalons .. .. .. ... ,. ,.. ,........,...... 8 4
Kite, Miss Lillian Stump and 6. Other securities (Including 1 one corporate stocks).. .. ... ........., .. .. on 5
Mrs. W.H. Thomson returned 6. TradiDcaccountaecuriUea. ., .. .. ,, ... ...t. ....... ... 'NOn 6
Tuesday after a four weeks .., .. .. 80 000 00
1. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell 1
tour of the west to California.Mr. 8. Other loana.,. .. .' .. .. .. ...... .. ...... 2 QQ1 J.a 8
WauldYauB.Ii.v. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper- 9. Bank premiaes furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises .. ,. ,...,...,. .U tl. tl 4on' :Lt! 9
have had as visitors, Mr. and 10. Real estate owned other than bank preml..s .... ..... ,. ;T.... ....., Non 10
Olin's Has Mrs. John Asbell of South 11. Investments In subsidiaries not consolidated .. .... .. .. .......T... ... .. ... Non., 11
a U 12. Customer's this bank .... 12
Carolina Tuesday of last week liability to on acceptances outstanding Non "" 80 On 1 q
and Mrs. and Mrs. Marvin 13. Other assets (Item 6 of "Other Asseta")(Including i direct lease financing) 13
I 24x60 3Bft 2 B This Includes Stewart of La Crosse on U. TOTAL, ASSETS ,....... ",.,., r..., ..,. ,\..::...... .. ,,. .... ... _-S _W 14
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DOUBLEWIDE Tied Down & BRADFORD '16. Demand deposits of Individuals partnerships, and corporations 2 480 792 88; 15
L 9995 COUNTY: TELEGRAPH 16. Time and savings deposiu of individuals, partnerships, and corporations . .' 2 8L&&.. 16
FOR Hook Up To Published every Thursdayat 17 Deposits of United States Government .. 491. 1.1.2t f 86 ITIS.
Water & Sewer 138 W.Call Street' Deposits of Stales and political subdivisions .. .4. 7) 18
Payments Approx 93l" per mo. Starke Florida 32091 19. Deposits of foreign governments and official Institutions Non :,j 19
I I : 20. Deposits of commercial banks 20
Use Our Lay-A-Way Plan Second Class postage paidat 21. Certifled and ofilcers' checks. etc.. 1 .. ,,119 3'1 21
Starke Florida 22. TOTAL DEPOSITS '-2-t----70. ,-..___ xxx xxx 1 xx 22a
A Small Amount WilM! Hold The Home Of Your C oice.OLIN'S ( ) Total demand deposits ,_ .. _M xxx xxx onJ xx Ca)
Subscription Rates; (b) Total time and savings deposits a-.a3.1 xxx xxx xx (Cb)
In trade area: '6.00 per 23. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase I : 23
MOBILE HOMES year;; 13.50 six months 24. Other liabilities for borrowed money .. 24
.1 25. Mortgage indebtedness. .. I i I N 25
HWY 100 W. 964-5606 STARKE Outside trade area: 17.00 26. Acceptances executed by or for account or this bank and outstanding .. .,.. !k ,i'.;; 0 '. 26
r per year; $4.00 six months 21. Other liabilities ., I. 8D164 21
-.ui-IIi.-uII-.ll.-ul r 28. TOTAL LIABILITIES ...,... .. :...... "' 6L3O5s t : 28

30. Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to Internal Revenue Service rulings) ., 14i. fi'bg 169 30
31. Other reserves on loans .... .." 31
32. Reserves. on securities. '. "'''. .... _, .yr.yrO 32
Carrier Air Conditioning 33. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES .. .,..,...' .,_ :::Iili:,-2 f 5_'ce- 33
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ... ,0', "J,,,'. I I I

34. Capital notes and debentures ., .'. ..1., t .. .; L'0 d 34
New Low Prices on MOBILE HOMES (specify Interest rate and maturity or each issue outstanding) 107
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Gall Now 36. Preferred atock-total par value .... .,.,.. ,. .' .. I :l 36
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31.; Common stock-total par ... .. ... : .' ,. I 100 00 31
: -.m (No. shares authorized_val'2'ooo___ ) (No:shares outstanding 2000-)
: 38. Surplus .. ..".. .. 20 000 00 38
39. Undivided profits .", ,. : ,j.?" :. 413 5l 07 39
40.' Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves . .. ..t'( '....t., ,. _I. 40
41. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ,/!'. ..,.......... . onN 41
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1. Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date : ."' ...,. '//j_. ,. J 8lt 2 56. t 1
2. Average of total loans. for the 15 calendar days ending with call date .. .., .,. .t... x ..:.> 9 7 2
'Unearned discount on instalment t loans included in total 1 capital accounts J. 3
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Married July 16 PI UJ

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DeWitt Wells of Gulf Breeze Robbie Underhill I
were united in marriage Jayne Hardy Viar-Brassell Wedding July 8

Wednesday,July 16,in Tampaat Celebrates and
Luncheon HonoreeMiss 12th Truby Lee Wainwright
a civil ceremony.The Miss Betty Jean Viar of the late Mr. Wainwright of

couple are leaving ) Jayne Hardy, August 2 Birthday July 12th Montrose Va. became the Lawtey.
three weeks to
Friday for trip Jack
bride-elect, was honored at a bride of Dirrel Brassell, After a wedding trip the
Alaska and the Orient. luncheon on Tuesday, July 8, Jr. of Stanley, Va. in a double- couple will reside in Stanley,
Upon their return they will Robbie Underhill
given by Mrs. Tommy son of Mr. ring ceremony performed by Va.
reside in Gulf Breeze. Mrs. Robert C.
Chastain of Gainesville, Mrs. Underhill, the Rev. James Reardon
celebrated his 12th birthday McKenney at4 p.m., Tuesday
T.H. Slade and Mrs. Clyde
Patrica Edwards rii Sinclair at the home of the Saturday, July 12, with a July 8, at St. James UnitedMethodist .
party for 14 friends. Church Ip Chur- f
A latter on E. Call street in
David Starke. Robbie and friends enjoyed chville, Va.
Beth Chapman, Walnwri'ghtWedding Sherry Hancock Bridal place cards markedthe playing in the haystack and
July 26 seating arrangement for games during the afternoon. The bride is a 1975 graduate'of
Eddie BlalockEngagement Engagement ToldMr. the guests. The tables were Attending were Phillip Washington and Lee High r
The wedding of Miss covered with cutwork white Hinson, Eddie Winkler, Billy School of Montross, Va. She is
Told Patricia Edwards and David linen cloths centered'with Tison, Barry Reddish, Steve the daughter of Mrs. Shirley
Wainwright will be an event of and Mrs. Remer miniature bridal nosegays. Underhill, Scott Allen Leslie Anne Hundley of Montross,
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Chapman Saturday, July 26 at 4 p.m. at Hancock of Alachua announcethe Arrangements of summer Morris, Tommy and Andy and the granddaughter of Mr. 4
_:+f4:1 of Raiford announce the the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.M. engagement and approaching flowers were used at vantage Murrow. Out-of-town guests and Mrs. Willard Bidgood of i pi t arUd
;. engagement of their Edwards, Jr. on Edward's marriage of their points in the party rooms were< Robbie's four cousins Colonial Beach, Va.
r daughter, Beth, to Charles road. daughter, Sherry Nell, to Out-of-town guest was Mrs. from Margarita, Canal Zone, Mr. Brassell is a 1973 C ...Jl
(Eddie) Blalock, Jr. son of All friends and relatives are Steve Kowatch,son of Mr. and Gene Ivey of Portland, Ore., who are in Starke on a four graduate of Washington and ,
invited to attend.Going.Away. Mrs. Julius Kowatch of weeks vacation: Roddie and Lee High School of Montross.He .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. sister of the bride-elect. Chair
: : Blalock, Sr. of Starke. Starke.. Miss Hardy was given a By Mrs. Sally John Underhill, Nick and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. First Baptist Church of
The wedding is planned for Lewis and Robbie's Jack D. Brassell of. Stark preaching the
: Miss Chapman is a 1975 corsage of summer daisies Deuterman Wins'Sweepstakes Quinones Stanley, gospel -
: graduate of Bradford. High Party Sept. 13 at 4 p.m. in the Forest and the pitcher to her casual uncle, Rodman. Jr. Va. and the grandson of Mrs.Monday of Jesus Christ since
Grove Baptist Church in
: : School. crystal pattern as memento of .. 1877.
ft For Mr. GoodrumThe Alachua with a reception '-"""- I
Blalock is 1974 the occasion.
*, Mr. a
in the church
the happy hundredswho
; graduate of Bradford High'School fellowship hall. Miss Adrienne Barry shows find
I |oy and meaning
and is advance BMS
presently em- 8th grade
; All friends and relatives the chair GaL
are antique needlepoint In life each week
':; poyed at Blalock's Meat band gave their band director, invited to attend. On Thursday, July 10, Miss entered by Mrs. Sally Deuter- reen worship and share as their they
':: Market.A John Goodrum. a surprise Hardy was complimentedwith
,Melrose, which won first
:..= .fall wedding is planned. going away party at the homeof a luncheon given at the man and faith at First Baptist of
place In the needlepoint Starke.
Mr. and'Mrs. Joe Riddickon Don Patrays Garden Restaurant. ,
: sweepstakes division at the
: : US-301 last Friday night. Hostesses were Mrs. Linda I
Needle Show last week. j
band members Hosts AtRehearsal Kay Johns, Mrs. R. A. Colson, Magic Sunday School
::: W.W. Hood is in Riverside Twenty-five The sweepstakes prize was f:45 '
.:: Hospital for observation and enjoyed.' .a .cook-out and Mrs. E.D. Tenly, Mrs. V.J. determined by voting of a.m.Morning
SupperMr. Mrs. Neil Tucker
games. Spengler, ,
treatment. visitors at the show. VQe'I
....' Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr., Mrs. Worship
.. James Mrs. Orie 11:00a.m.:
; ; and Mrs. Don Patray Crosby,
::' entertained at a supper party Wiggins and Mrs. W.S. Haas. 0 I II
.-;,1 Thursday, July 10, for their The U-shaped table was BirthdayCelebratedJuly I, Christian Training
"... From son, Keith and fiancee, centered with an arrangementof 4:15p.m.Evening .
if' Sandy Deese, following the roses and two smaller 10 July 21 wy
*.., couple's wedding rehearsal. arrangements of roses at the Worship
: The supper was held at the side tables.Down the length of Robyn Kelli Bryant and 7DO H.M. 7:30p.m.
...., Peddlers Garden Restaurant where a the side tables was a garlandof Chucky Smith celebrated to B P.M.
,.., 'Jackson's Nome yellow and green color motif lace fern interspered with ''their birthdays together July 1 "A Going Church
:. coral myrtle. Bridal 10 at the home of their for a Coming
was carried out in the table crepe Hwy S 18Deadend Lord"r I
.: Center decorations.The place cards marked the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
,: : + centerpiece on the U- seating arrangement for the R.F. Bryant, with a party for RoadOld Ben P. Bryant
: table 38 guests. the family. Pastor .
: shaped was an Keystone Road
; arrangement of yellow and The hostesses presented the Robyn was six years old and I
:* green carnations and daisies. honoree and her mother, Mrs. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. William George
:*"4, Down the length of the side J.E.Hardy,with corsages and Roy Bryant. Min.of Music !
e tables was a garland of also gave Miss Hardy a set of Chucky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Grady L. Williamson
:-: daisies. Bridal place cards silver salt and pepper shakersas W.T. Smith, was five years Travis R. Kimbril
:: "I$. STARKE. FLA.. KEYSTONE HGTS. marked the seating a memento of the occasion.Mr. old. Owners Min.of Education

.N. CHERRY sf; HWY 1OO & 21 arrangement for the 40 guests I
which included the membersof
964-6O78 the families,attendants and
out-of-town guests: Mr and

. 0 tJ40r Statesboro Mrs. Gene, Ga.,Patray Mrs. Eva of h2'1 & in&d A&Meirv

FOS/seSS Ashurst of Cocoa, and (
50o ; grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Gerald
r ,'. ( Peter Wilkinson of Starke and Norman of Starke announcethe
Mrs. Linzy and Mrs. John birth of a son born July 14 \
t Deese of Lake Butler. in Alachua General Hospital.
are Mr. and \ "-,ill'JIa
The honored couple Grandparents .
presented gifts to their at- Mrs. Tullie Norman'and Mr.1 ; '" }
tendants I during the and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett ,ofStarke. V r \r *<* tf .u. I.
* * This Week's* * supper. ", '. ..." ,. ......;,"I"..", ..
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V. J. SpenglersHosts r
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dobbinsof
"SPECIAL" I I4'x At Party Kingsley Lake announce,
the birth of a son, Brian
Nelson, born June 26 in the
Friday NightLTC Alachua General Hospital. ,

and Mrs. V.J. Spenglerwere Mr.and Mrs. James Glissonof T
Sheets 4mm
Honey hosts at a party Friday Korea, former Starke
night for the staff of USP&FO residents, announce the birthof
(United States Property a daughter, Jennifer
Paneling Office) and their wives at the Christine born
July 8.
$399 Spengler home on N. Grandparents are Mr. and
Broadway street. Mrs.. Jce Glisson of Starke.

.ALSO AVAILABLE The occasion was for the h AOrA ''ff Y y1tt

retirement of LTC Spenglerwho Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Craig
was retired on July 4, but Padgett of Lawtey announcethe
WIMok799 is continuing to work for the birth of a daughter! Misti
National Guard at Camp Dawn, born July 7 in Alachua
: Panels UP Blanding until August 1. General Hospital.Grandparents .
Mr. and
'The refreshment table was Mrs. Russell Thomas of < ,t. y, AA ,r I .,& a 1+ "M. '', eq t]rN
covered with an imported Starke and Mrs. Harold and
WE HA VE ALL ACCESSORIESPanel cutwork cloth and centered Vernie Padgett of Lawtey.
with an arrangement of roses
Nails Pre-Finished balanced by two threebranchsilver % ii& +********m+m+t.
Moulding candelabra with green Laura and Dave Jackson of

tapers. Arlington, Texas are spend-,
Forty guests enjoyed the ding a month with their
occasion between the hours 7 grandparents,' Mr. and Mrs.

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;DiJ ifou Knoui Patricia Edwards HonoredAt
Beau and Courtney Mc- Four Parties
Clane of Valdosta, Ga. are RecentlyMiss
spending a month with their By JoMphtiM Font ne Patricia Edwards, memento of the occasion. \ .. ,'r r1n
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grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. CANDIDATES QUALIFY whose marriage to David Out-of-town guests'included ;.),.I' ::
Huston FOR ELECTION Wainwright will be an event of Mrs. John Kopelousos of .. U' "
only candidates who have July 26, was honored at Orange Park, sister of the .
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Glisson The
several parties in the past prospective groom, and Mrs. YiOU''r"
qualified so far for the City
and of Tacoma, Wash
family week. of Gainesville
Cory cousin of
:.M are
< month Election in September ; :
have been spending a
On Thursday, July 3, Mrs. the bride-elect
u ih( his parents,Mr. and Mrs.Albert Arthur Bruno for Mayor;
Glisson, brother, Mr. Verdo Salter and Joe Forsythfor A.N. Holliday and Mrs. O.L. best Guaranty Federal Savings and
Haynes, a luncheonat
.I't and Mrs. Alfred Glisson and Councilman. Anyone Miss Edwards was honored
their home for Miss Ed- Loan Association has 5 convenientinterests
!Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Glisson wishing to qualify: for wards. Arrangements of pink with a coke party,Saturday, .
fee by :
and family of Gainesville. must pay the qualifying and white summer flowers July 12 irom 11 a.m. to noon at 1 locations to serve
1 While here they visited Disney 8 p.m. July 25. were used at points of interest. the Pratt street home of Mrs. you.n
World and Sea World. RECREATIONThe The bride-elect's luncheon Warren Winkler who was ,
table centered hostess with Mrs. John D. .
Wednesday afternoon was with an "
I Mrs C.H.Fink and childrenof Craft Class meets from 2:30: to antique bride and groom. The Johns and Mrs. P.T. Nohn. :
Green Cove Springs visited 4:30: p.m. each week. Several other luncheon tables were Mrs. Johns greeted the 1bestn
her mother, Mrs..Ella Moody, young people have said they centered with miniature guests and presented them to .
Monday.\ would like to learn to crochet. arrangements of white and the receiving line composed of :
the honoree, her mother, Mrs.
They can bring their needle pink hydrangea and althea.
1\Ji:. and'Mrs.. H.E. Smith and yarn and someone will be Bridal place cards marked the J.M. Edwards, Jr. and Mrs. .
and grandchildren. Scott and glad to instruct them. seating arrangement for the J.R., Wainwright, mother of interests.;>
Garnet Smith, of Williston eight guests which included the prospective groom. .
I were Sunday guests of Mr. SENIOR CITIZENSThe Mrs.. J.M. Edwards, Jr., Mrs. Robert Paterson in- and '
and Mrs Marc Jackson. Hampton Senior mother of the honoree, and vited the guests into the Guaranty Federal Savings
1 Sen. and Mrs. Charley Citizens enjoyed a chicken Mrs.J.R.Wainwright, motherof diningroom where the 'Loan has wide
Johns spent the past two dinner with 24 people at- the prospective groom. refreshment table was IerfcVT Association a range
is weeks in Glenville, N.C. tending. Guests included Mr. The hostesses presentedMiss covered with an imported 111 your best of
8. and Mrs. Arthur Bruno, who Edwards with a corsage white hand embroidered and savings plans.
Bill and Katie Morar of were recently married; Mrs. and a dinner plate to her appliqued linen cloth centered
;I Panama City and Alan and Bruno's mother, Mrs. Louise chosen china as a memento of with a crystal bowl filled with
f" Laurie Lawson of Tallahassee Brodsky, of Miami; and Mrs. the summer garden flowers.In .
lr were Thursday to. Sunday Lynn Ford, of Jacksonville.Plans occasionOe OwP the family room, Mrs. interestsGuaranty
.;. guests of their grandparents, were made for an On Saturday night, July 5, Tex Patrick served cokes
Mr and Mrs. II.A. Lawson. auction at the next meeting, Miss Edwards and Mr. from a cut glass punch bowl.
Mr and !Mrs. Bill Morar will July 25, 7 p.m. Members will Wainwright were honored at a Corsages were presented to
I pick up the young folks bring an item to be auctionedoff barbecue supper given by Mr. Miss Edwards, Mrs Ed-
Sunday to the highest bidder.' and Mrs. Carl Chambliss and wards, Jr. and Mrs. Wain-
Mr.and Mrs. Robert Nobles of wright. The bride-elect was
Jacksonville, Mrs., Lee presented with two pieces of Federal Savings and
': Akridge of Lake Butler, Mrs. her chosen crystal from her
I HEADQUARTERS FORREPLACEMENT Charles Darby and Mr. and hostesses.as a memento of the Loan Association I pays:
Mrs.Randy Johns at the homeof '
the latter. Eighty-five guests were
The buffet table carried out invited' to call during. the
the strawberry motif with a appointed hour. ..-.
lace cloth and centered with a
wrought iron candle holder : ESLIL

AIR CONDITIONERS with circled green with candle a wreath and en-of Beach H.V.spent Saxon several of Pompano days this Guaranty Federal :.: Gr: __.,___._

strawberries.The week with Mr. and Mrs. S.G.. ---.-
tables were covered Denmark. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION l NDER.

OF with white embroidered cloths "v. Annual Annual I MInInMn Minimum Type of I
and centered with a green Mr. and Mrs.,, Robert Yield* ,Rate Twin 1 Inveatinenl Account
OTHER MAKES OF AIR CONDITIONERSWITH candle holder with green Tanner of Baldwin were 7.79% 790% 4 v,.. 1,000 CertificateCertificate WHEN EARNINGS ARE ALLOWED TO -.
candle encircled'with fern. Sunday afternoon visitors of 7.79% 780% 1-10 Vra. 100.0002V COMPOUND DAILY.A 1Ube_...,......111/1.I requiredlor
GENERAL ELECTRIC EXECUTIVE... Hand painted strawberry Mrs. J.H. Fields. '.118% '.75% y,.. 1.000 Certificate eerty/nrltndrawal'en__laate plan*.Somt Savings 'I
'.71% '.eo% 1 V_ 1,000 CertificateCertificate 'notice, r
place cards marked the Mr. and Programs ar*subject to be withdrawn without
Mrs. .
I George 992% 5.75% 90 Day* 1,000
arrangement Huggins returned last 539% 523% NONE NONE Paaibook
30 guests. Thursday from ten days ,
THESE QUALITY FEATURES: Out-of town guests were camping at Anastasia Park, I'
Miss Ruby Fugate of St. Augustine. GAINESVILLE: 220 North Main Str* t1371,1344.3501 W. Univ Sty Avenuer'3734482. .3300 SW. Arthur.Road37204.11STAMKE / .
Tin highest efficiency of any GE unit Jacksonville and Julie and : 398 W. Madlaon/984-9000/
Tom Crawford :of Augusta, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: Lawranoa Boulevard A Sidvan Way/473-4962/ '
The quietest outdoor unit of any EE Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Barnes, '

Central Air Conditioning System Ga.The honored couple were Jr.guests of Sebring of Mr. and were Mrs.weekend Gilbert Starke: 395 W. Madison 964-5000
GE exclusive Clinutuff compressor presented with the large Goldwire.
platter to their good china
Automatic 2 speed fan
pattern from their hosts as
GE exclusive spine fin coils- memento of the occasion.

increased Quiet top discharge efficiency helps protect / Mrs. T.H.OwO Slade O and Mrs.'

nearby plantings Clyde Sinclair entertained at a YES !
Factory sealed refrigerant system / I luncheon Wednesday, July 9,
for Miss Edwards at the
.. Sinclair home on E.Call streetin

Capacities available from 3o,000J21QOOO BTU\. _,"? 'Arrangements Starke. ,of summer.
'emu'; ""'I'. -n flowers were used throughout 4
The luncheon was served at IT'S COMING I TOMORROW !

Brown Refrigeration tables nosegays centered and wedding with bridal bells.

The seating arrangement was
& Air Conditioning cards.marked with bridal place

226 S. Walnut 964-7731 corsage Miss Edwards of white was mums given and a THIS FRIDAY I L &: SATURDAY I

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McGee ResignsAs EM Club'Dance 2 Accidents Grace Methodists To Host Brazil Missionaries July 2O IB

July 26 At Missions Day will be held at where Mr. McLaughlin will be Wycliffe Bible Translatorsis Scripture to them In written
PnstorOf Reported In City Grace United Methodist responsible for maintenanceof a faith-supported organization form. There remain at least
Camp BlandingThe Church, Lawtey, on July 20 mechanical equipment at with teams of translators 2,000 languages that do not
Bethel ChurchRev STARKE The Starke, with Mr. and Mrs Malcolm the Wycliffe base in Porto working in 600 tribal lang- have any portion of the
up t Enlisted Men's club of Police Department reportedtwo McLaughlin, of Wycliffe Bible Velho. With their three daugh- uages in 26 countries aroundthe written Scriptures, Wycliffe
I IV Camp Blanding will hold a traffic accidents since last Translators, as speakers.. ters, they will reside at the world. Their goal is to missionaries say.
Luther McGee of dance Saturday'July 26. week, with two drivers being The McLaughlin, of Fort missionary base, where Mrs. analyze the unwritten lang
Jacksonville 'has submittedhis A band will furnish music cited for traffic violations. Lauderdale, will be workingas McLaughlin will also be uages of tribal groups and They are In the final statesof
& resignation as pastor of for dancing. Harold Chandler, of Starke missionaries in razi1"caaaaaacccccccc employed.oooooooooooooooc. provide a' way to express theH3OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOI their departure for Brazil
ri. ha rll.' Beulah Baptist Church on For.further information call was charged with careless i
Highway 21 east of Camp 533-2101. driving, following a two-car cccccccccccccaVACATION
CQ .cQ Blanding, effective July 30. crack-up at the intersection of
In announcing his resigna- Oak and Brownlee Streets in
tion, Rev. McGee said, Starke. ,
Sunday Sunday School, "1 feel that I have done all thatI The accident' occurred '
9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, can for the church, and that Mrs. Eva GentryMrs. Saturday, July 12, about 1:30:
11:00: a.m.; Church Council, the church needs a change.My p.m. when Chandler, driving a
5:00: p.m.; Church Training, resignation at this time 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass, southon
6:15: p.m.; Evening Worship, will give the congregationtime Eva Rigdon Gentry Oak Street, apparently rana BIBLE
7:30: p.m. to locate a pastor by the died Friday, July 4, at her stop sign at the intersectionand
Monday Girls Ensemble, first of the church year. I have temporary residence in 'crashed into the 1966
6:40: p.m.; Youth Choir, 7:00: accepted a pastorate at the Macon, Ga., after a long Oldsmobile of Tommie DeSue, SCHOOL
p.m.Tuesday Cecil Baptist Church in Cecil, illness. of Starke, which was west-
Junior Music "
Ga., Graveside services bound on Brownlee Street.
Activity, 2:00: were
Police Officer J.L. Howard
held Sunday afternoon, July 6, .
Wednesday Family Night '
listed the
Library damages of$1,500 to
in Riverside in
Supper, 6:15: p.m.; Sunday Macon. left front of Chandler's car %
School Workers Meeting, Razzle Dazzl'eParty and $1,800 to DeSue's, and '
R.A.'s, G.A.'s Acteens, World Mrs. Gentry, a lifelong .
Chandler with
resident of Starke, wasa charged care- July 21 25
Friends, Mission Friends, less S"OIiIIvG
21 driving.
July member of the First Baptist
6:45: p.m.; "Hour of Power", Leonard Willis Rausch, of
Church of Starke and a S:
7:30: pm.; Church Choir, 8:15:
Bushnell, cited for
was run-
member of the Starke
p.m. Boys and girls who participated 224 of the Order ChapterNo. of the ning a red light at the Call and ((9 A.M. -
Thursday Visitation( 9:30: in the ""Razzle
Water Street intersection. The
a.m.; Adult Ladies Handbell Dazzle Summer ReadingProgram" Worthy Eastern Star.Matron She was of a Past that accident occurred Monday, 11:30: A.M.) c,
Group, 12:00: a.m. Music the
; sponsored by Chapter. July 14 about 5:30: p.m. SPECIP'"CIRCUS
Makers Activity, 2:00: p.m.;' Bradford County Public Survivors include According to Police Officer
Visitation 7:00: p.m. Library are invited to a party a
Denton Devoe's accident
Saturday Bus Ministry and movie at 10:00: a.m.. July daughter, Mrs. Hoist C. Beall, report, Leonard Willis St
Jr: of Macon Ga a '
; step
Visitation 8:30: a.m. ,21 at the library. PwAR
daughter, Mrs. Harold Segarsof Rausch, was driving a 1967 DAY"
Reading' cards will be Camden, S.C., Ford east on Call Street, and
returned and participants will grandchildren and three crashed into the 1973 Mazda ,
ST. MARK'SEPISCOPAL ,enjoy the movie "Dumbo, the great-grandchildren two Truck driven by Stewart Zeno
CHURCH flying elephantRefresh sisters Miss Marian ;Pennell Duncan, of Lawtey, who was On Friday 25thP'
ments will also be served.. traveling north on Water
Weekly Schedule and Mrs. Marie McMillan,
adla0ada6 both of St. Fla. Street.
Petersburg ,
Sunday July 20 9:30: a.m:
The crash caused
and two brothers Arthur damagesof
Holy Eucharist ,
; : a.m. is'
There nothing
per- Rigdon of Jacksonville and $40 to Rausch's Ford and
Holy Eucharist.
i manent except change. Lacey Ridges of Starke. $150 to Duncan's Mazda..
-Heraclitus DeVoe charged Rausch with

running a red light.. Pine Level'Baptist' Church
: Obituaries
: iC '.- Na Gimmick. *

Mrs. Lucille HornsbyServices 1 ] 3 Miles West Of Starke On Hwy 100

are set at 2:30 p.m. I (]QV 0'UIJrnl( 1. n FREE Transportation 9646490JOOOQOQOQOOOOOW

today (Thursday, July 17)) for Fat heads, lean brains. KBOOOOOOQOOOQOOC

: Tuesday Lucille Hornsby July 67 15,,who in died the UjJJ'UIJ,( (! ( (jJ11130 it l .., S

i Bradford County Hospital m \ '. .
following a lingering illness, ...a>_llllllt ', ,
t Survivors include a a ,, ;': ;' 'John' Crane/Coneumer Service Representative/Florida A Light
daughter, Mrs. Miriam Brown f 75 Datsun Truck ,.5 k ,:;., ..... ,. .
of Starke; a son, Edwin Sun_.. V.llow. Spd... Radio, ---
f Hornsby of 'Waldo; two Mll.i.Long A 301 Wide anPwr.. right. Mad. 44M WSW, I'... Swnp.r..N. Mllot.M :r % '
brothers: Merrill and Nelson 11 Cond., Auto Tram. strita Air .C. Owarantoa. Novor Tltlod ... 3' : k
Griffis, both of Starke; one $3199.Tl
sister. Mrs. Frances Johnson $4499 .
I of Starke, and three grand' 3 !; 4 t "
children. "II ',, Cher 3+3 Y' r'
74 Monte Carlo F a 4
!!!I 1 "
Funeral services will beheld Grans a WIll... W Ton. Extra 1, i
JB urtundy. With WhD.Vlnyl Tap. Long Whool .... IN En,. PS, % ...
in DeWitt C. Jones I. Landau Swing-Out.....,full' ''t .
"oJ! ft Auto Tram Air Cond.IL.00c + dd
+ ... ::DI
:. Chapel in Starke. Burial will f- Pwr. A-c. Only MM MUM Mil... N
.. be in Hope Cemetery in I I-, $4375 0"$4875"0$
'" [ '' 4apps
-f:: Bradford. County. f ,
=; 111 74 Dart Swinger 74 Plym. Duster ''

AlbertNewman. Brant* With ..1.! vinyl Top.. Sun" S.1,.. 2,Or. Spt.. Cpa. ., '
RAN AT, 'AH.Auto. Tram economical. YV
X. Pac. A-C. M t'Y'
yt W"
,, 0,110 Milos Six cyl. E
:::; ,Albert Newman, Sr., '58, $2288ay
r.;: died ,Monday July 14, ,in a $3488 .
F,Slarke'' hospital after..&- long ,t 1w
Y M : r: L .
illn J .5
f.\'r.\ *r: % Ptfazda'RXf s ,74 S t JtftSebnng '
+* ,. \"' iuryjving are his wife; ; C 74 a
"I.>! Powd.r.k.* With Whit
Cr' Louise of Starke .... III.. .....
; one a Station W. ? RAN 4Spd. Vinyl Roof AT, PS PB, A- n, t
P; daugher, Mrs. Alice Waters, Air C_. MM MUM. Cost'. C. 14,000 Mlll. Llk N.w .PmrgM s ve I" \ f', 2 ''d g,5.:, ygy ;+,
Hampton;' six sons, Albert, $2950 $3350 1'K br tXItt' a
:I r:: Newman, Jr., Tommy D., and I
:=: Ronald E., all of Starke; M
':. Sidney, of Alaska; Robert of I I I 76 Cadillac:: Seville 76 I P
::: Miami; and James A., Fort Lovely III...MMalllc with Matching L.ath.r' Interior.This On.Hal C
F.: ;Lauderdale; two brothers, Joe Tint Too: Many*, not Options MUM.To LI.,. Tho window Sticks I. Still On It. Nvr 1" I
'Newman, Miami and Earle 4T
: Newman Alexandria, Va.; 1. SAVE $1150 SAVE VIC
and 12 grandchildren '.5

Funeral services were held. 73 Mercurys 73 Pont. Lemans _
at( 11 a.m. Wednesday in the
; :* On. Montoto MX On. Montr.y. .- On* Oold On. Maroon. BothHovo I
S First Christian Church with Both' '" .. Pac. AC. AT PS. .PB.
feI. Don Sta ton and J.E. Sherwood a .Pad AC.:YoursChol... R.duC.d '&H. Vour Cholc. ,otIu.... .a
''officiating. Interment was in $2477 $2677
!J:: Prevatt Cemetery under *
i direction of DeWitt C. Jones r tk ,
I ,Funeral Home. I 73 Dodge V Ton 73 Ch ev. % Ton ZAdv.n'uror v. kta"'SS :, '$ 4t a 1S4N
> LWB. ill CI. PS. a p
Custom 10. LWB. Cyl. StdTrm.
! Methodist AT .Pac AC. Topper. (Fancy)
; ;>:. First .Arctic Whit.On.OwnerC.
$3225 I;
_,Bible School I8

The First United Methodist t, :. .
73 GMC Jimmy 73 Dodge Darts
'Church will hold a vacation ,-
--.i bible school Sunday, July 20, J5. Jl.rra PS. .PS Gild), ...A..Whit AC. .AT 130,Ing.NowMiles.Iparhi.,Pac Swlnaart.AC, AT.All "PS.v., Low.PB. O : ,
to Friday July 25, from 7 to 9 3 '...1.... 4 Whl. D. T I I ( t
p.m each evening. $4166 $2766 ,,,.,. ,
IE = '
: There will be classes for all '" "
: ages a nursery will be I :.," '.. 1'
73 Buick Estate .r, "
f .
provided. 73 Cutlass Supreme .I1Jr" .. .. '. :",
. VinylTop. OM' L..t Plmit Wogon. 0.\ 2 '. ,'.., iI. ,',
Motalllc With .. '
y ..Sllv.r With Cruise. Storoo, . 1
Black .uc"" she \
Pwr sfal _I. Window Soot. n,WOMll I U. '

>11">', ,, -N "S33oej.IlY. $3400 M Six inches of insulation in a attic

= '69 Chevrolet Impala' Super Sport it ;: : your
On*Owntr ld with Whit "".i Buckot Sat and Conan
, .01.i .Pac Alr-Cend.,.Auto T...... .....PI,IM En,.On ot a Kind. -' -
".i ::I 1: ll.1'd thirdon

L $1550'a 't save, you me." .
AM :a: "II ', !.:A ..,,', ,, ,,:\>, 4 ,..J>... j
: .
72 CheY. C-50 t..x:$ .1
72 :r "

Charley }a 4 Two with..L..Ton 1,Spd R.ad.Dump A.-'R.ady.,.. IN Tru.En.'..,..4...ue.-with Spd... Dr.SWI.,Huntr'S,.,- eYKTonO4.Whl......1... Nod :I ,\\0b ': : your air v conditioning.5:' Costs

10 Attention. 'fi'fbfi'" a,,''""\-l" \ .
$4055 1 .* ,, "r,. .;; 41r :
E- $1955 p ii ?t. (.p.'.Mt .: N.w' {

r' -I IIa i ti"":B#r\ '..f' ?$!> r<.,..";: :. ',tyax.:::; .: ', _;; ., ': 1'1.; ,>,M,',. *:;i,. .'. .'.!.., .
; Lt ';,' ;,,\' '\ rI. } : .<.,J. '
JohnskNew L 72 Grand Prix !72 Ventura II t. '1. "' .....:";''1l": .... :;, ," < 3 t" ,<, > < ,
Sllvr with" whit : Iilv.Withlck Vinyl Interior.4Or .
: ..... ... an Pull ....vinyl. Top.' ) RaH.AT, PS 307 V-I Pan
Pwr. PMn
::: l .,itor P iC Whatl C._. Ac. Wlr. AC. P,OOl Mltal. 0 rtOe. Good insulation will not only make you more comfortable by And if you have a window where the sun beats in, shade it.
.inn H..JJJ end $2975 $2175 keeping the heat out, it'll also give you the added comfort of With window shades, awnings, shutters or reflective! film. .

;:; wholesalers' ;Th.yaaabine Ii ,0V.! knowing your cooling costs aren't going through the roof. It'll help a lot. Example: One 8'x6'8" panel of glass with direct

::;!' theft ,pabHefabflitr u '72 Mazda 808 .72 Van '.0 Fact is, if your home is fully air conditioned you' could save exposure to the sun requires nearly one ton of air conditioning for

9 f 1.Dr. Cp. RAN, ...... Lima ..... .Dodge LWB i Std. L .one third or more on.air'conditioning costs simply by having a six cooling-alone. That adds up to a lot of air conditioning. And a lot
end a greet With Black
3 int. Mica economycar. ..
Trail Cyl. Low Low Prtc "
I amber ef optionalcoverages iii inch. layer of insulation in the attic: of extra money.Insulation's
::; with .brand' JE '$1144 $1944 0 inexpensive.The blown-in type averages about What else can you do to save on cooling costs? Use light

..? .; L 15 foot installed. The Either colors walls and roof reflect the Shade
batt'type to
= fire -at a"10 1 a square costs more. way on your sun. I
t,. per Dent to 20 per cent o! 70 Datsun Truck 70 Cadillac the savings on your electric bill alone will probably pay. for the- your air conditioning' unit with shrubbery. All these things add up

"" .....i f.lm mmmiimmm. -TkfhefetfBlthe I Wit lake ...,. ....Y' For Cp... Dovlll*. on. Owner. Llk Bill cost of your insulation in just two years. to.dollars saved on your cooling costs. And dollars you save
t. Tout. JM Nw. Another do the heat the cool in on electricity .
Charles E. Johns $1050' O thing you can to keep out, ,
;.i Agency. hwtte, hnehisnithese .. $2150 M and the'costs down is weather strip your doors and windows. Why are we telling you all this? Because at Florida Power &.

t' .Arm: to. ...ouk about .s: Especially jalousie windows. Light we'd like to help you save on your,electric bill. .

new package TWO LOCATIONS '
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| 'KLEGRAI'll. : : July 17,1975 f

Just 1 Couiicilnuiii

Shows For Meeting : + "HEW"

In Itaiford-The DlonI(1yHAIFUIt1) Mayor was : ; t. \ ci1N e RIGHT GUARD

Clerk there
(here. The was _
The only Attorney one of the was five there members But I __ ROLL-ON DEODORANT

of the Haiford Town Council 1.5-oz.Unbreakabiaplastlcbottla.Limlt1
showed monthly up meeting for the Monday regular, There when you need us wemmrawwinb i",rAirl""'r"+Ji""" "

July 14, scheduled to begin at
7 :10: even on Sundays.

only Mrs meiiiber Joyce Norman of the was town's(lie I Yes, we're open seven'days a week. Ou professional Eckerd

governing( body for to the put meeting in anIIppl'lIranl'e : : y pharmacists are there to fill your prescriptions hospital

Monday night. accuracy the lowest possible prices
Alter.: iin hour'sint, and a

quorum everybody decide resent to go, ;\'

hume The meeting 'has been rescheduled r [TSSSII" w : SUNDOWNER MYLANTA
for Monday, July ll BAR-B-QUE
I l l
: :
21. at 7:31): ) pin.I'rovideme ; i 119
'-F, <::::::" 'fI: 1 $:"- .
I = $ "rv'OuI:: : -4:: ." w.v. LIQUID
=: 'II. '0 1= '
Man {1-!5:'::m .1.-...ar1.. ... ... ).,... Heavy dl eastaluminum.
;::, t\\ ." \' "'.:: .! w1 Cooking area 12"x17K". Antacid. Effective Fast Acting Good Taste.
:!i: i3:: -t Single vents top and '
{* ; bottom.Side board shelf. 12-oz.Limit I 1
Hurt In Accident) 5- !IS-V_ *' ,
: ; ; 4 Reg.32.88
Providence: Man John .
Raymond \Voodlev, was 20" 1 Sped"r'SS'Ssss j j! FILTERS 8
hobpildluod early Sunday GALAXY FAN Change your 268
morning July \1.1.: fur treat J filters once
ment of injuries sustained I in a Sale' Pncel$8 M\a month.
single car accident tin Mt-238, $14 Model'3708 6 sizes.Reg. .
three miles west of Lake ItJ neg. "t 7- .69e

Huller According/ to an accident ____ 22"-CUT I PERSONNA 74
report filed by Trooper L,,O.Manning .
; ot the Florida High- I TUNGSTEN STEELBLADES
May Patrol John Raymond
\\ odley. dining u l 1173!> .
C'hrjslerveslhound on felt2.IH. 3.5 HP Briggs&Stratton 4-
: : was traveling alone at cycle motor. Easy spin recoil
high rate of speed when the starter.Adjusts to 1%"
Double Edge Blades. Pack of 6.Limit 1 Pack
car ran olf of the roadway to 3"for cutting. Reg. 124.99 .
unto the right shoulder for
approximately (lieu leet,
striking a number of small RIVIERA
pine trees. The car continuedits PORTABLE SPONGE MOP 9 98
forward movement for an con
additional 126 feet before RADIOSolid i '. _
coming to a stop, when the car 154....handle
crashed into a large pine tree, caving; in the right side of the H>3'33SolidlUlte --
vehicle. = Bo POLIDENT
Damage estimate to the / SPONGEMOPREFILL BLACK &
Chrysler was set at $5,000. Reg.4.99 Reg.891 ftftf20FOOT DECKER --. ,'I
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Cordless,double Box of 40 Effervescent denture cleaning
r .B 8 edged,cuts from tablet. Limit 1
I all angles.Model
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movement Reg.24.88!Guaranteed. CORD GRASS .SHEARS Q.
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minutessingle on a
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i, -. ..,.' : :...V"'cordless.Reg.. 14.99.,-* '''LI I I GUM t;:..1'" If .". :

Special Sale OnHAHN Plen T Pak package. Juicy Fruit,Spearmint PACK
HOE &Doublemint. Reg.33dREAL
RAKE, it I

30" Cut 10 HP.
Handy for lawn and
With Elect. Start 8 8 garden work.Steel

And 2 Yr. WarrantyOn MUNSEY 2 with long. Reg.hardwoodhandles. 3.69
Reg. 899"

hoIIcM$74995: Slant while style.cl.aninglt"lf bakes,broils.Model KILL I 33
88, package.Pipe
Comparable Savings' 2488r.1io 2 and.tobacco.Reg. 4.99 INSECT SPRAY
On Other Indoor/outdoor
HAHN Models 4 use against ear- Safe to spray around dishes. 11-oz.aerosol can.
14 f wigs roaches, Reg. 1.79
Control Insect Pests sowbugs etc.

,,4 Lb
Bags' $21 SET

Effective Against Ants 2-piece Junior size, .
Grubs Worms & Others LADIESKRAUS 8 Portofino mask& "
LADIES CROSSRAND snorkle set.Reg.
18 2.88 Limit; ALBERTO REVLON
t Ladla..lim A ladies criss-cross (1 3
long,short style sandal in asst. SHAMPOO BALSAM r PRO
299 199 colors and sires CONDITIONER
or nylon 3 Types to choose) S et TOOTHBRUSH
umbrellas. Reg.2.99 DAIWA from.16-oz.Reg. i r o:. size.
Regular Medium or Hard!
Regs to 3.99 or Extra Z
1.87 Limit 1
SPINNING REEL Limit 1 FLC bristles. Urn 6_

22 Oz.LIQUID Daiwa No.7290.ft 1 ,, KM ;.tOO
Anodized meg ld:

688 spool sionresistant.Holds 250 yds.. 139 ...::':"::,..,.=.-::.:: F50. ,I

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For Sparkling
On The Toro Dishes LUGGAGE 1
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G44 Train Weekender, Pullman O SUNTAN
NOW $11095
599 8991299 8-01.Helps provide
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Reg. skin
GUARDIANSNOW 0 tan. Limit I 1 PAMPERS 30'S abraisions.Limit1

$1CQ95 1m Prints Kodak Fl Box
As Low As 1O 9 C l on eHtro Mt tl print When yew pick wp yeurdeveleped 229 absorbent.99.M 109
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Mm developedand Kdaal.r.rblock
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As Low As TODAY AND the regular plc.IVYOAY
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News .a 111 I INO


Bradford County Branch of
NAACP will meet Monday
night, July 21, at New Bethel
Baptist Church. All interested ',..
citizens invited to attend. '...... SAVE

CHURCH NEWS USDA INSP. W.D BRAND ...:.:;:........ ........ SHANK
Greater Allen Chapel AME PURE ( ADDITIVES) ,,,,,,, PORTION
Church, Rev. R.G. Heastie
pastor Class Meeting and WHGround.
Prayer Meeting Tuesday I
night of each week. Plans are PURCHASE
Men's in the making for the annual I 3 OR 10.l8. Butt Portion' 88e Qtr. Slices .
Day program to terminate U HANDIPAK
in August. Quantity Rights
Baby Contest will close ReservedWINN
on the second Sunday in ryF '.AVf l DIXIE STORES INC.
September. All members COPYRIGHT'1973
activity.Sunday asked to. cooperate with this BEEF pEO' Ham Roast/ $139SAVl

activity begins with V 10, II MK 0 Y SMOKEO MUD CURED CtNffR CU1 CVVAIf* ADOtO}
Church School, 10 a.m.
Morning Worship at 11. Choir Ham Slices $149HRAND
Union, 3 p.m. Evening Ser- GIANT .
vice, 5:30.: SIZE -- 1OC OFFTIDE
The True Church of God la gFo ooludsShtear .
Unity, Elder Sampson White, USDA HO'CC'
pastor. Prayer Band Monday Winn All MEA1
night, 7:30.: Wednesday night DiXie BEEF
Terry meeting. Friday night
Prayer Meeting and
Preaching. The pastor and
congregation will render
services in Jacksonville on Limit 1 with $7.50 or m.r. p>urch t. excluding Sunday for the Women's YOUR
Program at the True Church
of God in Unity.
services each 2nd ,and 4th SAVE KEY HICKORY SWEET S1ICEDBACON
Sunday.Greater Bethlehem 1 1

Freewill Baptist Church, Rev.
Jasper Williams pastor. Tiny ,
Tots and Ushers Board No.2 SAVINGS
meeting Monday night.
Tuesday night Prayer 49-OZ. .
Meeting. Thursday night
Story Hour at the church;also, BOX r
Ladies Circle. Friday night,
Mrs. E. Lee will sponsor a
Talent Night, with the public
invited to participate. Sunday i
is Pastoral Day Church '
School, 9:30: a.m. Morning
Service at 11..Dinner served, ; W-D BRAND

12:30.Evening Service p.m. SAVE 41 < ASTOR limit 1 w/7.5O or mart- porch excl. cigt 'L ; ALL FLAVORS SUPIRBRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
Women's Day .
SAVE Sle, !1.'
will '
roam July 27. terminate. : .SHERBETor STEAK
ML Morlah and Pleasant : ROUND

Grove United Methodist L__.__.;_..'
Church Parish, Rev. Willie SAVE tilt I I' TENDER
Stitt pastor. Mt. Moriah LAND O SUNSHINE ICE CREAM
Sunday School 10 a.m. CUBED STEAKS
Morning Worship at 11, terminating I EXCEPT PEACH

'Pleasant services Grove for the Prayer day. Butter. (QTHS ) SAVE Sic H< 4

Meeting Wednesday night. flJI
Bible Study Thursday night. SAVE RUMP ROAST
Church School, 10 a.m. Afternoon SAVE ISc HAWAIIAN ?

': ease Members visit service the, are,sick 4 p.m.asked and shut torn \ Punch. 2SAVl : I :: k SAVE 3lc, ROAST I' 4

.< *' s A-I : ROUND
d d f.1
tMt.vPUgah ME.C"1I1'C1I.t* "' ; 4 ..,
tRev. B.J. Franklin OALLON
pastor. \:.
Church School, 10 a.m. 37c THRIFTY MAID FRUIT J \ f.h!. _d

,.Morning service Worship, 4pm.at 11. Afternoon f TYSON CHICKEAI.SALISBURYOR, TURKEY -- $ 88
Drinks 3

Crawford Mr.CRAWFORD.MeCLINTON and of Lawtey Mrs.. announce Linwood |Dinners..2-l;: ;: LB.

.the engagement of their SAVE 1 7c DEL MONTECorn.
daughter, Catherine, to
Hezekiah McClinton, son of '
the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert 3
,,McClinton of Orlando. Pie .
The wedding will be an . Cream PKG 69cGREEN
event of August 5 at 8 p.m. in .
the Bunnell Civic Center. SAVE 32c THRIFTY MAIDCorn.
Lawtey and moved to Bunnell CAULIFLOWER & CHEESE OR

High in 1953., She Jacksonville attended Stanton, and 4 Leg O7 Lamb.
Florida A & M University . Cream Corn :.7.. 49CWESTERN .
,Tallahassee. She Is a speciaieducation
teacher at Flagler
Palm Coast High School.Mr. JUMfev* Loin Lamb Chops
.McClinton is a native of Towels.
,Dublin, Ga., and Is employedwith SAVl I0t Ik USDA CHOICI IAM1 SIRIOIN OH
All United friends Van and Lines.relatives of Cantalopes2U.S. 0' Rib Lamb Chops >J,

the couple: are invited to at- SAVl 10. Ik USOA CHOICI
Shoulder Lamb

Local Employment Pears..2 88, [ ; 3 LBS. $1 1 SAVl Shoulder 70. Ib USDA Lamb CHOICi Chops Roast .

Survey Set By
,Census BureauLocal Pink Lemonade 6 o $119] .WANSON SSIIICTIO
representatives of the ,-
Bureau of the Census will 12..
Orange 3 $119]
households interview in a this sample area during of SOUIM Juice .0., >. :. CAN ,

Bureau on is part employment..The of the U.S.. Mayonnaise 79C Jelly Donuts : PKG.- : 79C89C Beef SKINNID Liver AND SlICIO 1
Department of CommercesSocial AWO i-um VIOIFA I.IShortening
and Economic $ 39 ANOUtr 10 OH MOIII UlCf S IUI

Statistics Administration. 3TM ] ., '. 5 Fried Chicken '2towi

Interviewers who will visit IH< MAIDPork FRESH FROZEN SLICED _
households In this area include 160.. o
&: Beans:
5IMHII Strawberries $1
Mrs.: Norma Foray. 2sureRaRANO 'KGS ; I ;
< MAIDCorned \.
Thomas W. McWhirter,
'director of the Bureau's Beef: 5 'Whipped 2 *:;, $100 '
Topping *
Regional Office in Atlantaiil Thin Sliced Bacon; --
said that THtfll > MAIDTomato .

other visit information homes than English about also languages to spoken obtain in Catsup 2r t California Plums.2.ils.89c Olive\UNFMfLANDSlirO or Cheese Loot.m '-": 6V m

the household and if more HI f MI MS r OUINCHIWGatorade (NO HEAD OVER 29c) .,

.than'These one questions language will is used.-be .In 3iWA :Green Cabbage .' L'. .12c Dressed, Whiting Fish 89:


survey.Bureau regularly This conducts In survey the each,which monthly'month the. Saltine, Crackers 2i Large Eggs '. .. ., DOZ.49c Mild,JMIIIHttAND D Cheddar IST SI HI Cheese $12SV.

of i H Af M IN ( ri HiToaster NAND.0' SUNSHINE (OTRS)
for the U.S.: Department .
Labor, provides a c ttau -. Iu.G.: 68c w n O H II I I t H Mf NOI
meanse 01 employment and Pastries 2 Butter_ . '! e' '. Biscuits E
unemployment for Ibe Natlan' .
A V t '' (>l 41 I l AW I I f-tf MIRACll WHIPMargarine '
the ,.. ,
For example, May survey I.LI. I I M I l> M AS M I *t/IO MM(>OUf fLite
showed that employment rate Bread 73C' '
rose to 9.2 percent while total Family 3 : ;, ..' . Line Cheese .
expanded for ,
employment \A i in ni 11 itnM11NO VARKAV (OTRS) '

individuals second Information straight PMttefpaUng month.supplied' by In Dinner Rolls . 4 Margarine i . ., : L:: 59c Buttermilk Biscuits 4 63

the survey is kept confidentialttfUf&SA

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11f 117 We-Call'St. Olds
964-7520 RM-125 IS HERE AndB.F.

OPERATED!BY 1 Rack Of Mens Knit \ FinancIng Available. Goodrich
,YAMAg1OMPER\ C''Can. ',,,,,,
ROBERT L KITCHENS ... ...,tt ...-r'f.f... "'
SUITS $6995 ------ S'f.C"RADIALS
; AND Were (;;)'w Play Dirty
ELSIE Ride A HR 78x14 WSW RADIALS Reg Price *87"
1 Rack Of Mens Sports EATER \
SuzukiSuzuki NOW, 6180

L COATS Were t69" $3995 r For People GR 78x15 WSW RADIALS Reg. Price >8.1..0

NOW $&&10
Who Play to Win.
1 Rack Of Mens Knit HR 78x15 WSW RADIALS Reg. Price >85

I Now 5680
s 1800 $1 000 '

Reputation Winning. The Company ThatIs F78x14WSW Was '5130 NOW $35

1 Rack Of The World Moto Cross Champion Has A 78x15 WSW Was '6530 NOW 39"

TIES 'V2 Off Real 125 CC Screemer. 23 Horse Power, SUPER SPECIAL THIS WEEK

Forward Mounted Gas Shocks. Electronic G 60x14 Wide' Oval'RaisedLftt.r.dTir.

1 Table Of Long Sleeve Dress Ignition, Man! If You Don't Win On This ..

WALL TO WALL FLOOR COVERING Machine, Don't Blame It On The Bike. Reg. Price '51 eo :SPECIAL $32'

CARPETS & VINYL FLOOR COVERING SHIRTSz Off Come See It At Suzuki Of Starke Fr. Mounting

DECORATING ITEMS CERAMIC & QUARRY TILE Table Of Mens Flare Cuff Suzuki Of Starke

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964-5242 PANTS2 904-964-6020 )*/
Open 9:30.6:00: : ) P I. Ao1.1N-T/7.

384 N. TEMPLE STARKE On Ladles Side For.Big Savings Closed Sunday. SUZUKI STARKE, FLORIDA"Sooner
ao.L or Later Your Favorite Deafer"

Real Pit Bar-B-Que_ Stark Buildvr'm
f Supplies inc.

Soany'9FAT A Complete Sales Center 219 E.Washington St. 964-5270

A (Where Your Business Is AppreciatedAnd
BOY For All Office SuppliesA. M Valued)

C. Pooser and Vernon Parmenter provide the
BAR-B-Q Starke area with its first and only sales center for Pre-Hung DoorUnits
office supplies.Poorer with 20 years experience in the
office supply business,both fat sales and management,
Chickens moved to Bradford County from Miami two years ago. :
Pooser set out to analyze the supply'needs and .
A iv* Beef requirements of the businesses in the trade area,and FINGER JOINTS "'"
has since concentrated on building an inventory to
.. Pork satsify these needs.The Office Shop's policy is to try i4 1'6"x 6'8" $213
-:S Ribs to provide what the customer wants, when he wantsit
and at a competitive price. $2308
GharbroiledifiXvV 2'0"x6'8"

t $**ktf .. 2'fl. 52539
Verooa Parmenteviiraeently! ,jotaedi Pvoser ..' 1111 ? s8"4i'Vth
& Hamburgers salesman in the office supply I line.Pannenter,native ; ;
of Bradford County,has been an insurance salesman in ws 2'6"x6'8" $2540
this area for the past 51/2 years and in his travel has
recognized the fast growth and potential for a full line 2'8"x 6'8" $25403'0"x6'8"
office supply salesman. Parn enter and Pooser joined
together to form a very agreeable sales team,'with
Parmenter handling the bulk of the outside sales,and $2692O
Pooser taking care of the purchasing and merchandis- I
Dining Room Or Take-out Service logs % Discount on All PVC

Clip This Ad For 50C Discount On The completion of this article is but the beginning of Pipe & Pipe FittingsPAINT
another.The Office Shop will soon be moving across
Beef Or Pork Plate Only. the street into the newly remodeled former location of SALE Get
Limit One Per Customer Per Meal Stuff 'N Things Pooser anticipates moving to then-
new location within the next two weeks.Pooser states
Good At All Stores the move was necessary for several reasons including All Paint! In Stock 2nd Gal
2700 Waldo Road 3610 S.W. 13th St the need for larger display area to offer office furniture Watch the Telegraph for The Office Shop's an- .
Gainesville, Florida Gainesville, Florida ,more storage area to stock a complete line of aO nouncement of their grand opening and until the BUY1GALREG
Phone 378-5161 Phone 373-3339 types of office supplies,and to provide a pleasant env- grand opening Pooser and Parmenter will continue to PRICE lL ;
ironment enabling customers to locate the items they serve their customers from 135 W.Call Street Phone
230 S. Temple desire. 964-6305. All Items Listed /2 Price
Starke Florida Phone 964.8840 Cash & Carry

IT'S A WHOLE NEW BALL GAME!, Aid Carpet Specials

Special HolidayInn ( MustangMobil i Clip This Ad For

XerographicPaper G u 20C OffIIG

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..J' 1650 N. Temple Ave.
SALELetter Starke, Florida_ BRAZIERReg.

Size & 904-964-7212 ..
Reg. '4'. r s.- 1101 N. Temple 964-5899 .. 65. 20 Off
Now 1974 lax 12:

Now $340 Ream Happy.DaysAreHere .2 :Br. 1 ,Bath Early 45e Brazier

Legal Size 1 ; American Special Price

Reg '5" ; ; See This One &',Save 75 Deluxe
Again. ..
, $420 3 I $5995 Or Cheese

Ream My Car Wash Now Works '
1974 Spanish 55 With Coupon'LET'S .

_Rail_ Black .65x12
Again. .
2 Br. 1 % Bath

You Don't Have To Scrub .' Full CarpetA ALL GO'It
By The Case ((10 Reams) or Real Bargain At DAIRY' QueeN-

$2890 Letter $3650 Legal Rinse Again '79S5 Dairi|

The Office Happy Days Are Here Again i 1114 I.x 12' Queen

3Br. Frontt.RI, 1 % Bath
Shop Full Carpet Deluxe Home> =" '
Car Wash *1.00 I; 1401 1. N,

Temple Ave..
135 W.,Call St. Starke Florida Free With Oil& Filter Change \ 796 .
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<: veas .low..$554995,..... Starke
206 W. Madison 964.7200 Starke, Florida 114 W. Madison
128 N. Walnut St. Starke, Fla. 964.5289 964.7830Summer

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12 Mo. Warranty Parts & LaborRCA

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OldRange aff .nl t
l k Mallard's 5&10 at 113 E.Call Street is one of three
I y variety stores owned and operated by A.T. Mallard.
Mr. Mallard opened his Starke store in August 1968 Model QT720
I ,1 backed by many years experience in variety store t.'i" : ,.
r mercbandiHag including ownership of*chain 01..8In ..::1'\ RCA
t: Tallahassee,Monticello,Stylalgustlne,Green Cove. .
\ Springs, Keystone Heights,and the store located in
Starke. Mr. Mallard has since sold all of his stores
M'W- Is Worth q,l a except those in Green Cove Keystone Heights, and Discount Prices
/ Starke,and he is very encouraged by the progress of
his stores in Starke and the surrounding area. With ServiceWe

oo Finance Our Own AccountsWe
n+ Owning a number of stores enable Mr. Mallard to
a $50 buy in large quantities and results in the consumer
E .e._. .. paying less for his merchandise. Service What We Sell
Friendly Service From
Trade In On Any
Mr.Mallard is especially proud of the fabric section
New Magic Chef Range ...;.. ; in his stores.He hand picks all fabric in Atlanta,keeping Winklers Electric
in mind the desires of his customers. Mallard ,
BRWYER SLRDEHPPLinNCE strives to provide high-quality fabric at a really good
price.His wide selection of material in the fabric sec-
tion offers the customer a large variety of fabrics to Inc.
choose from.
234 N. Temple 964.7596
332 W Madison PH 964 7701
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Mallard's5&1O Boots For Work Or Play. Over 7OOO Gifts Dahmer'sDiscount

High Quality At A Price You Can Afford

WORK CLASS RINGS 112 E. Call St. 964.7923

113 E. Call Street BOOT

FBI. SAT. SPECIALS' Catus,Range Hide
COMPARE OUR PRICES Tough EnoughTo :\ >-> '; i

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; today.Beat the
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Pace 10, TELEGRAPH July 17. 1975

I ''Pennsylvania Ave. Took Name From Fine Homes Built in 80'sOne County Agents By

of the two remaining Notebook Bobby ,

homes on once proud "Penn- 4 lisp Y Taylor f
Avenue'' in Starke is 6j a :
sown in this delightful pen i .;, Iu.YA, ,1'd pr Fr+ '.;
and ink drawing by local artist TRNNIq r
Millard Judd. I've had several calls real benefit to a 'garden if
PR 9) i i; resulting from this column applied several months before

The house, a three story RE last week on the value of poul- planting. Call me if you have
1 1v
structure of generous propor- r r i ht b i try manure as a crop fertilizer. questions about using manureon

tions, built by carpenters your crops.
from Chicago, was
constructed imported for Mr. and Mrs. "gingerbread" for decoration, Since the nutrient require- -----

S.J. Sternburg in 1891 (not to and .porches entirely sur- M 1 Y f Yf ments of various agronomiccrops Now is the time for growersof
be confused with the Nat rounding.Two have been determined most crops to determine
who movedto through research over the
Sternberg family production problems that
of the houses
Starke some 20 years later). years, and composition of the might exist in their fields this
standingthe Sternburg
It stands on the southwest corner house and the Truby house- manure has been determined, year. These can be an indicator -
of North Cherry and calculations can be made to for potential problems that
but the Strong house, which
determine how much manure
Streets, and is occur in future
Washington may years.
owned and
Mrs. N.T. was occupied for I'Ir will be needed to meet crop Weeds nematodes diseasesand
occupied by .. ,
now .
Col. .
by W.T.
many years 'www.
"? ..V V W SCE 11. .rrl vVYW requirements. In some In-
(Carrie) Hitch For many Weeks, long time circuit court insects, and improper fer-
stances it will be to
years it was the property of clerk, and his family..fell into )-- ..y IL supplement manures necessary with tilization problems are more
Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Griffin, and evident and numerous when
disrepair was torn down
commercial fertilizers to
while Mr. Griffin was station several the crop is growing and approaching -
agent in Starke for the Sea- years ago. meet plant nutrient require- maturity. Making a

board Railroad. t ments without applying ex- map of all fields showing the
,While the Sternburgs were
.r4'j i.r ehl tremely high rates of manure.
building their house they livedin crop and fertility, weed,

Cherry Street was known as the home now owned by Some plant damage may be nematode, disease, insect, or
Pennsylvania Ave. in those Mrs. Gladys Mooty on Adkins experienced when poultry other production problems
days because three well-to-do St. The home took six monthsto manure is used at rates of would enable a grower to

Pennsylvanians, E. Strong, build and was finished about 8 tons per acre or more select those fertilizers, and

J.M. Truby, and Sid (S.J.) inside with tile and curly pine.It 'f. M Ik.. 'F in one application. Usually pesticides that would be most
Sternburg came to Starke has eight fireplaces.! > J Y11 this problem will correct itself beneficial to him next year.
to into what .. \. and no further Soil test information, resultsof
ostensibly go t, ?> yO'i yjfcp'j??*v ra SVjw damage will
at the The from "' "" in other tests and all Informa-
looked like a good thing Sternburgs were occur a period of 4 to 6
timethe citrus business. All Emlenton, Pa., a wealthy oil .. weeks. tion relating to the crop shouldbe
.... "
on" -- considered. This will be a
three built fine homes town on the Alleghaney River *****Tr l
"Pennsylvania Avenue," all north of Pittsburgh, where Grasses 'and other non- valuable tool to improve or

of the same style of architecture Mr. Sternburg was in the coal legumes normally give a increase production, and
-high off the ground, with and lumber business. The greater response to poultry hopefully profits, on crops in
storage and cellar space Trubys also lived there and manure than legumes since future years.

underneath, multiple l fireplaces preceded the Sternburgs to mental in persuading the The Sternburgs came down until the "Big Freeze" of 1895: offered its customers every- grasses have a higher nitr- Speaking of pastures and

and chimneys, lots of Starke, no doubt being instru- latter to move here. for a visit and returned home, wiped out the citrus industry thing from cuspidors to caskets the ogen suggested requirement.rates and Some timeof of insects, this is army worm

after which they continued in this part of Florida. The Gid Alvarez store, a application are follows and mole cricket season.
as :
correspondence with the Citrus investors turned to frame structure standing on corn, sorghum sorghum- These two pests do most of
editorial Trubys and Strongs and fin- the of Call and Walnut their in
corner annual
damage July
other means of making a liv- sudan grass, and millets 4 to 8 ,
ally decided to form a citrus- ing and the three Pennsylvanians Street, now occupied by the tons per acre incorporatedinto August, and September. Since
growing company, called The Bank
old Florida Building insect infestations usually
the soil before
formed Stern- planting
"Truby, ;
Pennsylvania Grove. They the second largest store start in small isolated
was areas,
persuaded several others to burg & Co., then the largest oats rye, ryegrass and other
that time.
at should be
invest in this venture and mercantile store in the small grains 3 to 6 tons per made frequent and inspections

things seemed to be going well. county and the only one that The Sternburg's had a acre broadcast preferably two should be started spot before treatments infes-

daughter, Ethel, who married months before growing season tations become widespread.We .
R.II. Barbour, living in Jack- but can be applied any have a pasture insect
time the is
sonville for and ;
many years
control circular that describes
Rrr, grass-legume pastures 2 to 8
%L 'JLiii1ii LETTERS maintaining contact with these pests, lists the approvedor
: TO friends here until her death. tons per acre broadcast. priorto recommended insecticides
Two of their children, Don growing season.
for control and gives the rates
THE EDITOR. Barbour, of Orlando, and Mrs. Poultry manure is not and methods of applications.It .
F .. W.S. Merritt, of Jacksonville, recommended for some vege- also lists the restriction and

still own cottages on Kingsley tables, soybeans, peanuts and precautions necessary for the
Lake,where they are frequent tobacco. High rates of manure safe use of these pesticides.Call .

visitors. can also cause problems in or come by your county

Don Barbour commissioned gardens the first year of appli- agents office for your copy, or
: I ri4lI An Open Letter to Channel 4 Judd to do this drawing of the cation. However, on sandy or if you have questions or prob-
old home. light soils, manure can be a lems with these pests..

About Treatment of CriminalsWJXT

.Ew- $ .1s ; r:

Television Station unusual punishment to in- I fD111DUm
(!J13'iJmDW$E (
X74 1851 Southhampton Road mates who are now serving I
Jacksonville, Florida time in Florida's prisons for''

murder; rape,. manslaughter, ( (
Dear Sirs: armed
robbery, grand larcenyand
I am writing this in favor of many more most serious
.. comments and views by State crimes.A By WIlliam Haas
Representative Eric Smith Service Officer
few of these inmates are. 4r
and Sen. Scarborough who Lr
:_'.:.'.. .t.. '.wee. oj"tefview"-ilY;. BilK r" t > P :f"'I1atJ',! snr
-; I'. .t1 ; Grove and lHasteronni; oft|'*> trusses WhiEhT&: .;l pl laded:>n 'fJf'J eterans Administration -
WJXT-TV t"+'CIean'noorlfwith clean sheets now accords full recognition -
on July 5,1975. This
Something Old NewThe interview was in reference to and blankets until multi'million to income expenses of
Something Florida's prisons and the wel- dollar structures can both veteran and his spouse In R R
fare of it s inmates. be built to house them. Some determining ability to repay
are forced to sleep in this Joan obligations.The .
During this interview I got fashion due to the fact that so
thanks of all Floridians who are generation, but to future generations as the impression that the man- many have committed one or Veterans Ad-

proud of their historical heritage shouldgo well," Smathers said. agement oi WJXT, like many more of the previously men- ministration is required by
law to determine if contem-
uninformed Americans, have tioned crimes. In some cases
to Secretary of State Bruce Smatherswho the outlook have to live and plated terms of repayment Cited ASCS Service
The same thing might be said of other wrong on prisonsand they may bear for
has publicly urged the preservationof the inmates of Florida, sleep in frame structures a proper relation to the

the old Capitol building in historic buildings such as the old Brad- both state and local. which have a heavy canvas veteran s anticipated income left) well County, with two members
Lloyd Dyal ( /
Tallahassee, once the new, ultramodernhigh ford County courthouse which has at- Prison is first of all punish- top to keep them warm and ing and the expenses loan. before approv- known Brooker farmer, is being holdovers. The Committee '

rise Capitol is completed.In tracted statewide attention through the ment, and second rehabilitation shown receiving a pin and now serving Bradford
efforts of local enthusiasts who are for those who want it. You dry.The American servicemanhas While the wife's income is certificate for 15 years of service County is Lloyd L. Dyal. Mary

a recent speech before a attempting to preserve the building, can't force rehabilitation on a slept on snow-covered always considered, local rules on the Bradford County Ella Wattcrson, and WilliamS.

Tallahassee civic club Smathers said he hopefully for the location of a county person who doesn't want it. ground, in ice cold rain, in sometimes had the effect of ASCS Committee from County Haas.
discounting the wife's income. Executive Director Warren
Rehabilitation has to be rice
in the future. jungles paddies and
would recommend that the and No other of citizenshas
governor wanted by the person who under heavy artillery with Now, however, no such local Carver.. group
his Cabinet "keep the jaws" of the The local history buffs have been con- needs it. nothing more than a ponchofor rules are imposed and tnewife's Mr. Dyal began his career so direct a voice in run-.
income is given full ning government programs.The
wrecking crews from demolishing thisstate's for their years at a time. What with the Stabili-
gratulated efforts, particularlyby No one is sent to prison for consideration.The Agricultural County Committee is
most important link with its progress Gainesville residents, who now wish singing too loud in church. A crime did he commit? zation and Conservation Ser- responsible for program and
its culture, and its heritage. of Veterans Ad- vice in the late 1940's. This administrative policies and
they had made the effort to preserve large majority people seem A man's decision to commita
their picturesque old courthouse which to think that others are incar- crime is his own. Even ,ministration guarantees 60 year will mark his 15th year of decisions at the county level.
cerated for small percent of GI loans (maxi- service on the ASCS Com- This Committee formulateslocal
Disposition of the "old Capitol" struc- petty before he does it, he knows
was replaced by a modern monstrositywhich crimes. mum $17,500)), private lenders mittee. conservation and env-
They seem to forget that if he is caught he go
ture, with its traditional southern styleof has all the appeal of a shoe box the horror of another person I to prison.At make to military service per- Each agricultural county in ironmental programs, acts as

architecture, has remained a trouble- with columns. who has been murdered, the sonnel, veterans and eligible the State is served by a far- impartial judges in a varietyof
some problem since the start of con- misfortunate baby, child, or this time I am employedas wives of WW II, Korean and mer-elected county com- cases and makes the many
struction of the cold steel and concrete "Familiarity breeds contempt," according woman who has been raped.: a Deputy Sheriff with the post-Korean Conflicts and the mittee composed of three determinations and recom-' -
Also they seem to forget the ,Bradford County Sheriff's Vietnam Era. committeeman mendations involved in ad-
shaft which was foisted off on the state to the old saying and familiar members. One '
seriousness of armed robbery Department. The contents of is elected each year by ministering local farm. pro-
New York such our old courthouse-
by as
a dogmatic City architect things,
manslaughter and grand lar- this letter are my own personal The Veterans Service Office the farmers of Bradford grams.
who said this was what the people of regarded as a rare gem by historiansand ceny; this is just to mention a views., .will be closed the weeks of

Florida were going to get whether they architects- too often taken for few. Steve Backus July 21 and 28. If necessary, n__' !o-JIJ ..........,. _...........,........
liked it or not. Several Cabinet members granted and not appreciated until too Dr.Vernon Fax has written, Rt. 1, Box 100-D contact the Supervisor of

f fought valiantly for keeping a capitol lateafter the wrecking crews have "Corrections is the part of Lawtey, Fla.CVBBHomefi. Elections Office, 9645634.

designed with the traditional "capitol moved in and moved out, leaving only a society's agencies of social

dome," but their efforts were in vain and mass of rubble to mark the site of a control that attempts to re- l a ,
habilitate naker t
or neutralize the Service
a majority of the Cabinet bowed before beautiful and irreplaceable building.If obedient behavior of adult and .4

the dictatorial architect in spite of the juvenile delinquents." >Jt Now a 1

incongruity of his design in an "Old you doubt the appeal of old build- Acceptii rig Referrals"address
South" Tallahassee commercial residential, just ask In 1774 the first prison was -
I setting. ings, or r .
built in the United States, even
his The CUBB Homemaker and telephone
local artist Millard Judd which of before the Constitution 'S
Service Is now
number of the
Smathers said it would be shame and sketches outsell all others. written. The accepting person being
a paintings prison system referrals for services to referred., along with any In-
years later, to walk with a child in frontof tie will tell you that it is the ones of old itself has not changed all that persons 60 years of age or formation that would assist .

the new Capitol tower and have to barns, old farm homes, old depots and much this past 200 years. The older in Bradford and Union the agency in determining the
"I believe that have the widest biggest change is the fact that counties. need for services. Name and
say, the historical old Capitol general stores the punishment has been .
I used to stand over there" appeal. If such structures are appealingin removed and with it the fear The goal of the homemaker telephone number of the ,4,1
agency or person making the -
J.. picture form, how much more so of prison from the minds of the service is to maintain end referral should also be In- '

Florida's Capitol is one of the five old- should they be "in the flesh." Let us first-time criminal and the improve the quality of home cluded. All referrals should be ;

est functioning in the United States, and realize this before it is too late again. repeating criminal. This, in and family individuals life by providing sent to CUBB Economic -4. pi
itself is one of the major contributors -. services to whose
Inc. Box Starke.
Agency. 970.
one of the oldest in the South. "As
I we for the rise in crime. independent functions are
approach the Bicentennial and look back Thanks again Secretary Smathers jeopardized by illness, Supervisor of the programis Raiford Boy Scouts Work

across our nation's history to find our for your efforts on behalf of the old Capi- Dr. Iven S., Lamb Jr. has disability diminished Mrs.. Peggy Barnett, a

cultural political origins, we Floridians tol. Keep plugging, and sooner or later stated "The that trial layman's procedureseems impression capacity health and and social other problems.related Bradford with High School With Masons on Bottle PickupThe
graduate college credits
could make the preservation of our we believe the people of Florida will line' often to favor the ac- Although emphasis will be in academic,' commercial,
Wolf Patrol of '
Capitol a fitting tribute to solidly behind cused criminal is made Raiford Pictured from left to
not only this up you. placed on current SSI medical, and psychiatriccourse Scout right
plausible by the fact that mostof recipients, services may also and in-service trainingat above Boy with Troop Mason 153, pictured An-. are; Carlos Johary, Patrol ,
these procedural safe- be Bobby Leader; Kelly Griffis SPL ,
requested by any persons California hospital. She is derson, collected 480 soft ;
guards were forced from the 60 years of age ,or older a medical, psychiatric and drink bottles Randy Anderson, APL; Mr.
State by groups which at the laboratory technician with on Thursday, Anderson, Albert. Johary, I
BRADFORD ,July 10, selling them at PoorBoy'
cot time stood practically in the Referrals Kevin Griffis. Scribe receivIng
,, are now being experience in working with "I
4 -t IfSINCE 1879- **y status of outlaws and rebels." accepted from hospitals, geriatric patients.Mrs. ,$24. They Grocery are jn Raiford the for money from Gayle

ii I P. lj As in trial procedure this health Departments, Divisionof Ina Clair Arnold, 'a money to their previous adding earn. Rogers.
Oetlawr Family Services civic
t ); ; can also be an accepted pointof organizations, churches and Cubb employee since 1968. is ings of $40.35, to be used for Y }
view to the of
as why the prison -individuals. Information the program coordinator. A purchase needed equip'
I, Ma system is failing. Inmates are '":needed includes the graduate, of Union County ment for the troop T ,
'4T, N BOB G. FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER no longer being punished for : name; Adult High School, Mrs. Arnold Mr. Anderson is chairmanof

Publishers crimes committed against the has completed 80 hours of the Masonic Youth Com. : 1
i t',: Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Slarke Fla. under Act State. Instead, they are well r lAKE A F LO R I O AMM 1 nursing assistance I trainingand mittee in District Eight.
of March 3. 1879. on their way of being celebri- has extensive experiencein

i 1 I, Subscription rate in trade area: $6 per year: $3.50 mx month ties.At this time the ( JUICE working with aged, infirm, Troop Honor 153 on will July hold 21 a at Courtof the
; Florida Department and ill
Outside trade area: '7 per year: $4.00 six months. persons during her Community Clubhouse at the .
Phone 964-6305 Starke Ra.I of Corrections is 1: BREAK.J years as a CUBB outreach Union Correctional Institution Two wrongs. can aenr make f
.peipg_accused of cruel and worker, ,, Raiford.. e rlPt.'



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CIIURCII ACTIVITES July 2. Grandparents are Mr. Wayne Crews and their Jacksonville, visited her Wayne Harper and son, and
..CHURCH OK GOD: Sunday Mrs. PERSONALS and Mrs. Johnny Wyke, of families and Ben Padgett and daughter, Mrs. Lucille T. Mr and Mrs. Earl Walker, of
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- and Mr. and Lucille Taylor Ivey Laurinburg, N. C. Great Elizabeth Terry family visited them. They hada Ivey, and her grandson and Starke, were Sunday afternoon
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE Mrs D.R. Brown grandparents are Mr. and fish fry Friday night. granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. guests of their
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. and daughter the Cynthia, attended Mrs. Doc Mosley, of Starke. present for the day. Bennett regret that she is a Mr. and Mrs. Ricky D.R. Brown, and great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs
FAITH BAPTIST C1IUH- Ivey's funeral of Mrs. We are sorry to report that Mr. and Mrs. Dick Starling patient in St. Vincents'Hospital Jackson, and Mr. and Mrs. granddaughter, Cynthia, for a Carl Prevatt.
(11: Radio Program over sister, Mrs. Rosalie J.C. Beach, of Jacksonville, celebrated their 25th Wedding Jacksonville. Our Keith Taylor, of Hanover, week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith
WPXE Starke, 8 a.m. Sunday, Taylor Stansbury, on son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Anniversary on July 1. prayers are with her. Ind., spent the weekend with Larry Hosteller, of and family,Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Bible School 10 a.m. Worship Saturday, July 5 in J.F. Roberston, is a patient in Mrs. C.R. Crews spent a Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette their brother-in-law and Hanover, Ind.,visited Mr. and Whaley and family, and Mrs.
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Jacksonville. Rev. Tom Memorial Hospital week with her son and and family visited friends in sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mrs. Paul Lock, Tuesday. Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisy
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Vincett, of Middleburg, Jacksonville. He suffered a daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Valdosta, Ga., on Saturday. Lock and family. Miss Sandra Dobbs spent Boch and Lynn, attended a
7:30: p.m. Bible Study. Methodist Church officiated heart attack last week. Our''' H.C. Crews and family, of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hen- Ralph Futch, of Black Saturday and Sunday afternoons picnic at the home of Mr. and
GRACE UNITEDMETHODISTtSunday Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pearson are with them. Clearwater, and her son-in- derson, of Leesburg, visited Mountain, N.C. and his niece, with her fiance, Mrs. Bill Hareellon Sunday
School spent Thursday to Saturday of prayers The Walker Reunion took family on Sunday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lock and Miss Eve Futch, of Starke, Wayne Gustafson, of Green afternoon in Jacksonville.
9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 last week camping at St. Saturday, July 5 at the Mrs.Bill Woodard and family, faaily on Sunday of last week. were Sunday dinner guests of Cove Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. United Augustine Miss Beach. place home of Mr, and Mrs. Lester of Largo. On Thursday her Mr. and Mrs. RolphFachtmannofJapanaretbe their aunt Miss Elizabeth Friends of Cedric Rosier and David, of St. Augustine,
Methodist Fellowship 6:30: Berta Stoudenmire, of Walker and family,of Lawtey. daughter, Mrs. Woodard, Terry. Miss Futch's parents, regret to learn that he is were weekend guests of their
Jacksonville, spent last week her home. proud parents of a daughter, seriously ill in Shands Mr. and Mrs. Carl
p.m.; Choir Practice7:30: p.m. with Those present were Mr. and brought They were Mr.and Mrs. Benton Futch, of parents
Miss Martha Smith. Carol Joy, born July 12. Mrs.
Wednesday. Mrs. Clyde Walker and Friday overnight guests of her Starke, .are spending their Hospital, Gainesville Our Carter, and Mrs. P.L.
Mrs. Ernest Fachtmann is the former Miss
HIGHLAND BAPTIST Hewitt, of family, of Opelika, Ala., Mr. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. vacation in Las Vegas prayers are with him. Dinkins.
CHURCH: Sunday School Tallahassee sometime is spending and Mrs. Waudell Crews and and Mrs. Tommy Clayton and Mary Julia Futch. Grand-Futch Nevada and the GranCanyon. ,...... "- ._ -AI .
with her mother is Mrs. Joyce
9:45 a.m. Worship Services 11 parents, and Mrs. Ernest son, of Jacksonville. All of .
: Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. family, Mr. of Blackshear, Ga., and grealMrs.
a.m. and 7 p.m Prayer Michelle Lee, of Jackson- Williams and family, Mr. and them were Saturday dinner Bill Harrell on SundayMr. Mrs. Arlie Dobbs entered I
Meeting 7 p.m. Wednesday ville, spent a week with her Mrs. Banner Johns and guests of their mother, Mrs.. and Mrs. Henry Hodgesand Alachua General Hospital on ClearanceSALE
MOKTHSIDE' BAPTIST grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. family, of Jacksonville, Mr. C.R. Crews.'V family spent a week at Sunday, July 13, for surgeryon
CHURCH: Sunday School 10 Gene Pearson.Casey and Mrs. Eustis Walker, Scott Tlnsler went home Sales' Landing on Kingsley her eye. Our prayers are
a.m.Worship Services 11 a.m. Dobbs, of Jackson- Huntsville,Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. with his grandparents, Mr. Lake. While there Mrs. Annie with her.
and 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting ville, Mrs. Ernest Hewitt, of Kenneth Williams and and Livingston Mrs. Tenn.John for Steele a visit., of Mae Crews, Archie, Joey, and Mrs. J.B. ,Taylor Sr., ofLEVI'S
Wednesday.: p.m. Tallahassee, and their daughter, Marietta; Mr. and
Jack Williams and Miss Nora Starling was a
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie of Donna Prescott,
Dobbs family, Jacksonville; and Mr. guest LADIES MEN'S
visited their brother
Senior CitizensTo Clarence Dobbs, of San-, and Mrs. John Steele, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. STUDENTS CHILDREN
Vaughn Prescott, of Kingsley
Livingston, Tenn. Two
Make derson Miss, Sunday,AnKie; afternoon.Garlitz of brothers and two sisters, of Lake Wednesday, from night.Sunday till Largest Selection/ and Size Range In South' Boone's Used Furniture
Callahan recently visited Harmony, Maine, were
Pads Vickie Nicula. unable to come. There were 47" Friends of Mrs. Ploy, BOOTS: Tony Lama, Justin Frye, Texas, Dingo, Acme and
Cancer MahanSHIRTSPanhandle
Wayne Massey attended
It was reported Monday, course in Structural Fire a -f: : Slim, Karman, Larry Mahan, Hang Ten 135 N. Temple Antiques U. S. 301
Levi, Roper
Hilda White, president of Fighting at the Fire Depart-
by DeWitt Jones
ment Training Center in HATS: Stetson, American and Reslstol
the Committee for Senior Jacksonville. lie received his HORSE: Saddles Halters, Bits, Blankets, Bridles, Grooming Discount On All Furniture-
Service, a of
health needs of the elderly in diploma on July 11. Funeral Home Supplies Mexican Pottery

the Keystone Heights area, Mrs. Marie Cooper, of New Master Charge and Bank Americard Welcomed
has resulted in the formationof Fri & Sat July 18 & 19
Augusta Miss., is visiting her
satellite service to Western Store
a group two sons and daughtersinlaw STARKE PHONE 964-62OO Little Dude
make Heading Cancer the pads.group is Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Edward RENTAL 902 South Edgewood Avenue Free Drawing For Elephant Planters
Gertrude appealing Christoffers for several, whois and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ik CRUTCHES Jacksonville. Florida 384.1210 Free Candy & Bubble Gum For Kids

volunteers for the project. Brooker and family. Mrs. HEIGHTS PHONE Monday Thru Friday: 9 A.M. Til 9 P.M.'
also visited her 4733176tl Clown
Cooper Big Funny
The plan is to meet one brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Saturday: 9 A.M. Iii 6 P.M. 6/8-7/31 .
each week to cut, -
and Mrs. Richard Brown and
and hand stitch
family, of Green Cove
several sizes.
Springs, and brother and
The pads will be filled with
sister-in-law, Mr, and Mrs.
materials supplied by the
Leon Grantham, of Mid-
American Cancer Society
and will be made from old dleburg.
W.F. Shinn recently visitedhis
used sheets. son and daughter-in-law,
to Mrs. Christo-
According Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wayne .
.0r'; fit
of + .1 s
large quantity
ffers; a Shinn, of Houston, Texas.
used, clean sheets will be :
Mrs. Marian Hall, of
needed for this Per- ,'. ,
project. "

sons, wishing material to may contributethis leave Cora Jacksonville Hodges Beach, of Macclenny and Mrs., V 45 we' ,: : ; ,
were Monday overnight : were

stone them Referral at Office the Office Information Center in the, across Key-and and guests Anders.sister of their, Mr. brother-in-law and Mrs. O.J. 'i; years ago, \

from the Homestead Restaurant -
Mrs. Bessie Watts, of

call 12 their making,Persons Mondays Mrs.on time SR-21 these Chrlstoffers wishing through and, from pads efforts to 10 Friday.donate should at am.473-in. son Crescent and the Barry and Watts Mrs.Lee.daughter-in-law City Barry is Another, DeDe is visiting Watts guest grand-,, Mr.and her of V i the kind of banks thatFlorida V .' "

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B.F. ,
McCulley, for the weekend.Mrs ,
Catherine Warner of
Miami visited her aunt Miss
SERVICE Arthurine Blanchard, 4 "' ,
,. Saturday morning. :, '
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Miss Sheri Redgrave, of.: needed.We ,>
CrewsPromoted "" .
if'" ..Debra Houston Texas, is spending If. .. \ I
to Pfe. sometime with her grand- '. ', ,; ;
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July, ,8.. Marine Private parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. \ /'." ,;' .:" : ,;' ; '
First Class Debora G. Crews, Anders, and other relatives.Mr. 'J : ,. .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Carl Norman ,. ,,.);)9,
Marion G. Crews of 1204 and sons, and Mrs. Darlene i", '"
Blanding St., Starke, has been Norman and sons, spent a ., 0',"; 4"
promoted to her present rank week with their brother and ...
while serving at the Marine sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. : still are.
Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, Norman Bennett, of Bar-

N.C.A.1974 graduate of Bradford berville.Mr. : -" ., '. :
High School, Pfc. Crews and Mrs Wendell Kelly 'I'v: : .' ,I < .
joined the Marines in October and Virginia Cain spent two ." .: ; ,.
1974. weeks with their parents, Mr. :
and Mrs. Hermie Kelly. While wk;, .
here they went to Stephen
rr Foster Memorial at White .- j

The overage child is unusually : Springs on July 4th. If*, ,' ',)'. :\
We are glad to report that '' "
bright and promisingto !? Mrs. Les McClellan is home : j-

his own rr parents.* Jacksonville.from Memorial Rev. Hospital and Mrs., l'; In 1930, when Florida and the nation were in the midst of a .i.f'i..'; ':- \. ,"

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emotions by men and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Berry, /I. V ,
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12 TELEGRAPH July 17. 1975

Merchants And Dampier 'Play-Of Jury Acquits Eaves Of Assault

STARKE 'Jack Edward Bradleyjvent to his car, rolleda The jury considered the Circuit Judge R.A. Green,
joint' and gave it to evidence presented for' Jr. sentenced Thomas to one
Set Tonight Women's Softball Eaves, 30, of Starke, charged
with aggravated assault Raymond, who smoked it. slightly more than an hour year in the county jail, with a
against the person of Malcolm The three brothers then left, before returning a unanimous stipulation that a minimum
Bradley last February 16, was but decided to return just a verdict of not guilty of sentence of four months wouldbe
Independent Merchants won and L. Spengler scored two day night past Brooker. IM scored nine of its winning acquitted by a circuit court few minutes later to renegotiate aggravated assault as served, after which
the second half Women's runs on errors for a 2-0) lead. Dampier scored 15 of their runs in the third on three jury in a day long trial a t purchase. charged against Jack Edward Thomas will be placed on
Recreational Softball with a Bret and Jerry's followed in runs on base on balls. singles and the rest were base Tuesday, July 15. Raymond said they were Eaves probation for a period of two
perfect 8-0 record, and face the third as D. Cribbs, Marie Independent scored a lucky on balls. The trial got off to an early invited, into the home to In another trial scheduled to years.
Dampier Inc. for the cham- Griffis and Marian Wamsley 13 runs against BJ's one to end start Tuesday morning, with partake of spaghetti dinner, begin Monday, it ,was not
pionship play-offs Thursday scored three leading runs to the second half during the STATISTICS Circuit Judge Theron A. Yawn After the three got inside they necessary to seat a jury, when 1he. Ofd yurnE
night beginning at 7:30: p.m. get ahead 3-2. The BJ's stayedin second game Tuesday night. IM 8-0,Dl.4-4,BJ 3-3,BR 17. presiding, since the six- observed a room full of people Arthur Thomas, 19, of
on the Pratt Street Field. the fourth as they scored member jury was selected the engaged in a pot smoking Hawthorne charged with
Independent Merchants three more runs for a 6-2 lead. before., party. aggravated assault, pleaded
rolled past Bret and Jerry's Brooker started swinging batsas Norman's Places day Prosecuting the case for the Jack told his brothers they guilty to the lesser charge of
Athletic House 12-1 in a five they scored seven runs in state, Tom Elwell, assistant had better' get out of there assault and battery. Thomaswas
inning game Tues. night, July the fifth on errors and base on state attorney, called four' before they got into some kindof charged following an
Merchants held BJ's batting balls,for the winning inning of witnesses to the stand: trouble. incident that occurred last
average 1-6, including one 97. BJ's tried to keep up but Second In Orlando Malcolm Bradley, the assault The three left, Raymond January 11, when he attackedthe
smashing home run by V. only scored one run for a victim Edith Boatwright, of said with Bradley following person of Lloyd Davis witha
Wilson. Linda Lunn and V. defeat of 97.Independent, at whose home the them outside to the carport of broken bottle. The attack
Wilson kept the hits up as they Merchants incident occurred; Georlene the home. Bradley then announced took place at a jook joint in "If Adam came on earth
went 2forat the plate. Tournament he had lid of for Speedville called Lonnie and
crushed by Brooker 1-0 dur- Rodriquez, who resided with a pot again the
only thing he would
Dampier Inc. squeezed past ing the second game with 14 BoatwriRht! and Deputy sale at$25. Raymond said that Sam's Place. Speedville is
Brooker 13-12 in a five inning base hits. C. Johnson had a Norman's Farm Softball the losing game were Sandra Mrs.Sheriff Eugene P. Lee; who he told Bradley he only near Keystone Heights. recognize.IIPINEHURST" would be the oldjokes.
play,during the second game. perfect night at the plate as Team traveled to Orlando this Norman 2-for-3, Linda Cub- conducted the investigation wanted$10 worth, but Bradley
Dampier opened the game in she went 3-for-3 against past week-end and finished bedge 2-for-3 and Barbara immediately following the refused to sell the smaller r
the third inning going ahead 4- Brooker. second in a '16 team In- Koontz 2for2.In incident on February 16. amount.
0. Brooker came back in the Bret and Jerry's battled fora vitational Softball Tour- the finals of the loser's Defense counsel for Jack In the 'argument that en- ;
bottom of the third to get 15-14 win over Dampier Inc. nament. bracket, Norman's again had Edward Eaves, was Vic sued, Bradley punched
ahead 5-4 on bases on balls. last Thursday night with The Travelers from St. to face George Stuart. Nor- Hulslander Assistant Public Raymond in the nose causing
Dampier was shaken in the Dampier opening the game. In Petersburg, one of the participant man's again challenged Defender who called three it to 'bleed profusely. !
fourth as they scored four the first inning DI scored two in Norman's 4th of Travelers and forced another witnesses: the defendant, who Raymond holding his GROCERY t
more runs on base hits for an runs by Jan Searle and Carol July Tournament, took top game as they beat the testified in his own defense, bleeding nose, went to join his .
8-5 lead. Brooker fought back Stephens by a 2-0) lead. BJ's honors. Travelers 2-1 in their sixth and Anita Boatwright! ; and brother Marshall. who was
with hots bats as they scoredsix followed in the bottom of the Norman's won their first game of the tournament and Raymond Eaves the brotherof already in the car. Jack Hwy 100 E. 964-9935 4f .
runs on five singles and first for a one run battle game by way of forfeit as fourth ,of, the day. Leading the defendant.The Edward, standing at the edgeof
two doubles and a few base on against the 1-2 score. Dam- Sunstate Ford from Orlando Norman's victory was Dykes' first witness for the the carport, observing his Fabricw
balls f for an 11-8 lead. Dampierstill pier's Darlene Stancil scored could not field a completeteam. 2-for-2 and Sue Triest's 2-or-S. state was Malcolm Bradleywho brother -walking toward the
wouldn't stay behind as another run in the second for Norman's second game testified that he was the car, received a heavy blow to ,
they came back in the fifth to the 3-1 lead.In against the St. Pete Devil's With Norman's and victim of an unprovoked attack his stomach which knocked Sale ( \
score five runs to finish the the bottom of the secondBJ proved to be a long one. With Travelers with one loss a upon his person by him to the ground. Malcolm
inning with a 13-12 score. But scored two runs to tie the rain delays it took six hours to piece,the next game had to be Eaves, who used a buckknifeto Bradley had thrown a child's
Brooker fell behind and only score 33. Dampier broke the complete. Norman's won that the deciding one. In this game slash him across the face metal toy truck, striking a Reg. 5" $3"yd
scored one last run for the 13- tie in the top of the third as game 8-5. Leading hitters the score was reversed as opening a gash about four heavy blow, and flooring Jack MATERIAL
12 defeat. Stephens scored again for a 4- were Vicki Overman 3-for-4 Travelers won 2-1 and the inches long just below his Edward. With Jack on the
Independent Merchants 3 lead. BJ's still swinging Barbara Koontz and ,SherylJackson championship. Norman's right cheek. ground Bradley continued the Reg. *4** MATERIAL $349 yd
continued their march to the scored three more runs in the were each 2-for-2. outhit the Travelers, but could "When he came up he stuckit attack by throwing two or ,
top as they slipped by Dam- bottom of the third to break In a close third game, not get them at the right timeas in my lip and pulled it three .ceramic flower pots at
pier again 12-7, Thursday the score to 64. The score Norman's edged past George, they left 10 players on base. across my face," Bradleysaid. him. Reg. 3" MATERIAL 5269'.YdlL
night, July 3. IM scored mostof stood still until the fifth as Stuart 3-2 in nine innings: Leading Norman's at the Jack testified as to the
their winning runs in the Dampier scored one run, but Leading hitters against plate was Kelly Richards who' He testified that he was exactness of Raymond's
first two Innings, ending the still behind 56. George Stuart were Kathy was 2-for-2. unarmed at the time and to account of the incident and REG-
ball game with 11-11 hitting BJ's followed in the bottomof Blackburn 4-for-4 and Sue The next Tournament further defend himself the also said that Bradley's next OFF
comparison. D. Hall had a the fifth as they scored five Triest 2for4.In Norman's will be looking only thing available was a weapon used upon his body JEANS 73 ,PRICE
perfect night at the plate as runs for an 11-5 lead. Dam- the fourth game Nor' toward is the State Tour- wicker clothes hamper filled was a wooden straight chair,
she went 3-for-3. pier, in the final inning, scored man's was blanked 4-0) by The nament to be held in Starke, with clothing that he could with which Bradley struck
Brooker won its first ball their last six runs on base hits Travelers. Leading hitters in Aug. 8-10. hardly lift. He shoved it up him twice across the back
game oozing by Bret andJerry's for a 14-11 score. But BJ's against the legs of Eaves to with while he was on the MEWS WESTERN Reg. *9" $79
9-7 last Tuesday night ended the story as they scored keep him from slashing him ground, in addition to,pounding -
with six hits to BJ's 12. their final five winning runs Mayor Garnet Dukes Has again. him with his other free
Brooker opened the game in for a win of 1514. Bradley said he was a guestat hand.In Reg. 7M 69S
the second inning as C. Melvin Dampier bombed 15-1 Tues-. the home of Edith Boat- order to protect himself SHIRTS I .
No Trouble. Olin McCannIs wright, who resided at the Jack reached into his pocket
pulled out his knife and Reg.E69s $595,
time in Hampton, on SR-325.
SUNBEAM ROMAN MEAL I New On Council He said the incident occurred, slashed Bradley across the
City side of his face. Jack
on Sunday February 16, about right
2 2:30: p.m. when Raymond Edward freely admitted his I 45
BREAD LOAVES99C WORTHINGTON SPRINGS Contenders in Tuesday's Eaves, accompanied by his action and said that what he 10 Lb. Cubed .
Mayor Garnet L. Dukes election were Dock T. Seay, brothers Jack Edward and had done was simply to defend
sailed into office for his eighth who polled 31 votes and Henry Marshall, stopped by when himself from Bradley's 1
term Tuesday July 15. J. Williams, who received 23. they saw him at the Boat- further attack. Had he not 25 Lb. 'Crushed $1-00 j
BANANAS 15 Mayor Dukes has been the All of those elected were wright home Raymond' done so he could have suffered C
LB. mayor of Worthington Springs incumbents except Olin M. Eaves wanted to buy some great bodily harm or even
'" since the town was in- McCann. He replaces Mrs. "pot" but Bradley told him death. 25 Lb. Block ,5CE
/ corporated in 1961. Always Mary Elixson on the council. that he didn't have any. Neither of the defense
CABBAGE 10 qualifying, always runningand Mrs. Elixson chose not to run Edith BoatwriRht the witnesses mentioned the
LB. always winning.. No one for another term."Women. state's second witness, testi- clothes hamper being used in $300
..FIM1, r "'_.. __ l,. 4s has ever opposed him for; the fied that she procured one the assault, and neither of 100 Lb. Block
rte'A .... office. The mayor receipt 45 joint: of marijuana, ifrom' state's witnesses mentione We Have 25 Lb.. To'.300 Lb.
votes in his un-opposed bid for ,someone she refused to c name the.woodeni i chair'-thatwa.4saMito : Sizes i I II
the eighth term.Tuesday's and gave it to RaymondEaves : : have been used., 9. \ t ,_ IliK t ", r 27-1 /

TOMATOES'' total of 55 of election the town's pulled 70 a In Politics" She said, who that smoked Jack it.Edward.. ___ _____ _u ___LI-_ '_ 'I.__ _____ __ __ __ _f .

registered voters for a big 80 TALLAHASSEE "Womenin then requested to buy three Si

39CLB. '"-.. percent be turnout at the polls. Politics"will be the subjectof more joints at $2 each, and Coming! Another Great TICKETS\ (Or Call
To elected, in addition to a day long seminar on then became very rowdy and
the mayor, were five coun- Saturday July 19, at the Florida belligerent when she told him $6 L en Y 904/
cilmen out of a slate of seven House of Representatives there was no more available.She 399-5278
who had qualified to run. chamber, Tallahassee. said that she witnessed GATOR BOWL
PEACHES 5 $ 00Norman's Leading the ticket was old- The Tallahassee chapter of Bradley"pick-up" the clothes $5-$4 Forj
LB.. timer Elton C. Taylor with 48 the National Organization for hamper and heave it toward [Write '
votes, and right on his heels Women is sponsoring the sem- Jack Eaves. JaC'kSonVII''J Inforj-
was Gerald W (Buddy) inar to show women how to Raymond Eaves, the FOOTBALL ATTRACTION matioh, 1
Farm Guynn with 47. Next came become more involved in politics defendant's brother, said they Ulton Hotel Majjf/
Henry p, Elixson with 41 especially campaigning. were doing some repair workon
tallies, then Olin M. McCann "Women are discovering in their automobiles and were SATURDAY Jacksonville
Produce Market who chalked up 39,followed by order to achieve their political on their way to purchase some 32207*
Raymond Brown with 36. goals, they must be part of the used automobile parts from a
617 N. Temple Avc.9646O71 Those five were the declared political process from the dealer who was on the other JULY 26 at :
winners for the five council very beginning," said N.O.W, side of the Boatwright homeon a
Open Mon-Sat seats. They were elected for seminar organizer Laurie Sr-325. He admitted that he
two-year terms each. Eckert. and his two brothers were also
drinking some beer, and had Jacksonville
The program will) feature stopped at the Boatwright Exp ressStivs'
these speakers: Rep, .Karen home when they saw Malcolm
1 Coalman. Rep. Elaine Gor- Bradley there. After stopping,
don, Yvonne Burkholz and Raymond consulted with Hawaiians '
Jeanette Blevins. Bradley about buying some
For additional informationor marijuana. Raymond said he _
reservations, contact Emi- had purchased from Bradleyon JACKSONVILLE: ,
lie Wilson, 1242 Brandt Drive previous occasions.'Edith'
!''Tallahassee, FL 32303.: Boatwright followed Bradley ** The Jackioaflll' Express t It Going With .
to the car and told him to get
Raymond a j joint. of pot. Quart.rlack jj ori a Mira Mill* Thr UI.. I II


Frt) & Sat ...received G.n..1 R.venu.She"ng
.1 I'U.LIC SAitTY S S .p8vmenl.'OI8Iong $8...57'z
r + Sun Mon & Tues'
; INV''ONMENTAL'' during Ih.period from July 1 I. 1974 thru June 30. 1975'
You Want Yours? 4, I/ACCOUNT N0. 10' 2 Q Q 4 tJ 0 3

Open All Around? a TRANSPORTATION I'U'LIC S S I-I U1tY: CITY 648

Partially Enclosed? __ S S .' ,1.
P a DRAWER:: G \,
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Two Sides? Three Sides? .. '-'...-"-.TMOMMicpL.ofv_-sw -flfL__, "ICllIATIDN S S 1 I-A/.HEV'/ : FLQRIVA" (, 32058'U."IIS '

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1 S S ;
Wickes builds them any way you want them including totally enclosed storage 7 SOCIAL I SE.VICIS

buildings with shelters along both sides. We also build animal shelters; dairy norPRIVEi FOR AGED OR POOR S s dS

buildings, horse barns, and ADMINISTRATION I" '
garages, workshops utility storage buildings of all S 1000.00 S '.
kinds. Commercial buildings too. All finished in beautiful color steel or aluminum I MULTI"U"I'OSI UIN/N//I/IIIN/U//NUIII//I//1111/NWIIIIU//IIIINI/
your choice. Tell us your needs and we'll come up with the right building 2423. -
1ID)TRUST FUND REPORT Celer 10 instruction DI '
right price. 10 S 1Urt
1. B.lanc..ofjun.30,1974 SS
& Sat
-------------- I 11 SOCIAL
2.Revenu.Sh."ng Funds' f e
I CALL COLLECT Oft MAIL COUPON TODAY. ?| DIVELOPMENT Received from July 1.1974Ih'Jun., S_ '_!5"9 .
W WICkes Buildings! ExorcistPLUS ,2 HOUSING ICOM 3lnuwstR I .envM .
A Division' ot Tne I HAM- or Cedled, July 1"117. Ihru June 30. 1975// S

15 DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC S 4. Funds R.I..d from Obllgellon8 S

Macon. Georgia I ADDRESS- TNER ISO.aM 5. Sum of lin.. t.2.3.4 S 9.656.00

' I. Box 5100 Stm Road 247 I TOW" .COUNTY.. ,.Ii.ra.o. _ _ I e. Fund. R.luned 100RS r S1STOTALS
((912)) 711-7231
I eTA*'_ ZIPPHOML .?'TOI81 Fund AV8dibl8 .
. \ I Sun.. .Mon & Tues s 3423.00 S 3210.E
Service. Avillabl out rt Tliom.fvllli, G.*rgl_. B.Total Amount Expended .
1! CERTIFICATION. I c.ro1v that I am tlw C i.f Ex.Cyhw Qfhc.r arid, ,(Sum of //0".. 15. column B.nd column C) Sh yMl
$ixPaokAnnitPLU : ; r..p.ct to Ii,. i l.mim I p.rllfy that th.y .. Q1 .
h.vv not n used vlol.uon eS 1nh.r tM prialry xpPndhur 9 .ence. 0'June 30. 197& B
i WHEN YOU BUY A IJfWWICKFS tSCIIOn 1931 o the matching tunas prohioltlon .coon 4FI) THE NEWS MEDIA HAVE BEEN ADVISED THAT A COMPLETE COPY, 0' HIS''
/., 1 ul y/1yt/ ,,, CONTENTS.THE "' ''EOIIEN FO"" U SCIlUTI'lYAT!' crrr HALL .
AUGUST 10 I I'l/'i' rafft..

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July IT, 1973 TELEGRAPH Page 13

I. Moore Payne Named To Top School osts I

STAKKE was close, 3-2 as assistant -
principal to
but newly appointed Supl. replace Moore. Connie Clark, listing the duties of the post as Jockel said He has 5'a top Parrish. "The question is experience in the county, II as 1970 !Moore was named assIs- kins blamed administrators
Richard Jockef's reshuffling another veteran administrator assigned by Supt, Jockel. level administrative per- whether we need a real good an elementary teacher, and 14 tant principal at Bradford for lack of supervision.
job on lop level personnel has been moved Gaskins pointed out thai Bob sonnel compared to 10 before mechanic, years in supervision at the Middle School and from 1<))73 Okayed a request for the
caused departed Supl., Jim to the vo-tech center as Brown is partially over the Supt. Temple made his cuts "I 1 hate to see a $17,000 man county level. She has !been to the present has been assistant \o-teeh school to continue to
Temple and departed Deputy assistant principal and bus burn and that Mrs. Ruth lasl year. There is now no shuttling paper when a elementary education principal at Bradford thc Manpower Development
Supt. W.L. Kilpatrick was teacher to replace Anderson. Darley has been assigned to it. transportation coordinator no screlary could do it! Parrish supervisor or coordinator for I High. Program, a $20,000 federal
The move places every "A good administrator will food service coordinator, no then asked if the board could years. In other action, the school expenditure for which the
see that the paper' work is special education coordinator, table the has been
administrator in an ad- '' proposal. Hall said Moore has 27 years experi- board: county receiving
ministrative done for him Gaskins said. no reading program coordinator it could be tabled, but lunds.
yes for
capacity for ence in the county, II as an okayed a request $
which In- must be paid no Then Chairman Rodney and just a halftime Mrs. Spengler cut off that administrator. lie began ,'lUooo'otech welding course Cave; Architect Craig
matter where assigned. Clark Hall stated: Title 1 coordinator. Oneprincipal's move by making a motion to teaching in now defunct -Approved continued Salley permission to seek bids
was formerly slated to be a "Alter IS years on this position was approve the setup as Jockel Anderson Junior High in participation in the work- and approved working draw
guidance board. I have to say this we (trimmed from the middle recommended it. Art fur four new kindergartenrooms
counselor ,at the Ilolliday Lawtey in 11)58\) und became a study program despite some ings
middle school for instance; were over on some administrative school."I gave the second and Hall principal in lMi4! when Anderson -, heated discussion over whether two each at SS and SE,
while, still being paid a top positions. We agree we need somebody, voted l with them to go 3-2 over Junior High was changedto the students are being at an estimated cost of
level 1 administrative salary .wire fa l. But 1 do"not believe down there (the bus barn)l' iuskins: and Parrish. Anderson Elementary In kept busy this summer. Gas- $iii;I.IIIHI).
this is an excess. said '
commensureate with his Member JT: Mrs. Payne has 25 years
"I 1 think we're pretty much
degree, 'rit- '"
experience -'--
lormer tille.Business down to the nitty gritty Supt. --

Manager Eddie- JAMES McCRARY'S f ::Diet penini I
Douglas has also been given COMMISSION ASKS ,/
the duties of the board's chief I I''
negotiator, where he replaces
Kilpatrick. to use a portion of Slat. C.rlji.J .
Moore and Mrs. Payne will the federal revenue sharing / In CUSTOM [(
earn$17.000) and Jockel $21,140 funds in gelling the new set-up 496-2185 I
as superintendent. Douglas' established PATIOS BUILT 11
salary has been Increased to Copies of his request were DRIVEWAYS COMMERCIAL
I,000from; ( $11.360)) because also mailed to the Office of HOMES CONSTRUCTION 0/1/

Revenue Sharing and the U.S. ADDITIONS \l
Lucille PayneIIPPI'OVed of the BUTLER. \iI
Secretary Treasury Phone 533-2159 COUNTRY HOME CENTER LAKE '
both in Washington I IH'. ':::. 'f:.
lirudlord Monday School Board night by the Jerry 'Thompson.. Civil After 5:00: P.M.Kingsley 2tvtoa/tr -

Defense Director, is
requesting -
Elevated: to lop county level
administrative the same amount us lust .
posts "to
but included the mandatory
make as little shift as
possible.!'as Jockel! put it. are'l'lcl'an increase for mulching
taxes u provision for
\ administrator Jessie
.J Moore! and Lucille insurance coverage omitted
Payne last His I is
year: new figure
Mrs. Payne has been moved a
$37.4: t compared to last yours mmmDOLLAR
into Jockel's former post of
director curriculum and I
Thompson' also presentedthe
I instruction. Moore will
for the
budget motor
replace director'services '
as vehicle inspection! station STORES
't '
,general ,
meaning which is lastear
up $3.500! over
supervision over the
Items increased
Iransporlalion sy&lcm.; !> wel'elor '1/(111\1. r '?IlUltvrd.JU"BO .
mandatory matchingtaxes 1N
maintenance the
; entire
for retirement
school building program, und insurance employees and increased -
it multitude of other
charges for utilities
nobody else has time for.
o Lust
year's budget was
Mrs.! Sissy =
special education coordinatorlast Jessie J. Moore $45,573, while the new budget
figure is $4! .08G.\
!year Was named of; his negotiating duties. Clerk: Gib Brown's budget
J 1 KUl'l'I''lsor'or the federal Sunlangmi. Anderson and calls for an overall increase of
I'l'illo I II) program lor the Clark will their
earn. present $10.000. $120.000 compared to
;,disad\antugod which she will salaries. last year's 110000.. Gib said
handle while teaching half day Contention of Board there was no salary increases NY
ill Law ley. t'.C. Anderson Member Arthur Uaskins was and no new employees included -
I \eteran principal at old KJK thai the position of director of in Ihe additional ,
,High, und now assistant principal general services should be amount requested. :
at the vo-lech center, has eliminated. Mrs. !Pal Spengler L..M. Gaines, county zoning :
been moved to the high school objected strenuously to that, director, is requesting "CANNON"M r

if (0.111.37.:( up $5,221 over List
!>'ear's .10.81)0.) Gaines said BED PILLOWS BATH TOWELS '

j IS THE PARTY ,OVER? ,$that t l.tHN he) in building expects pl'rnutleeK to collect ;

the in -
during budget year! 79 \ 3I.Y
.. Addition to I,4Ii2.811() Irom A.
t There's no getting around the fact that your high I.uwtev, $782.00 from Brooker I .

school years are some of the best you'll ever have. Good und handling$887.80 from and Hampton for FoaM FILLED WASH CLOTHS 5FO.$444 .*! 4

friends, good times, lots of laughs.. Maybe even a little building code requirements processing in 4 3 C

.. learning But.now that you're'graduating,you really) haveto those municipaltiesj. FIRST QUALITY CHENILLE n'I+
l '
u ui
decide, "Is the Party Over?' '. The' Starke Parks" J and 'n
r.'INa 1yY.n 9' :
u 'Hecreutioit Department is y BEDSPREADS
." For some of'your!' classmates, it probably is. They'll. again l'l'Qul'sUn$15.0011/ ;- the +, % N (d n9xf4 u n '

settle into Jobs that aren't going anywhere. and that's same amount as last year, the TIN OR FULL; '
commissioner's however in
where they'll $it.) With their i; memories.But .
.. liiilunctng lasl year's budget Newest decorator
:: if you wantto, go places in !life, you can. Andthere's lopped oil' $5.000 and the P&K IT I, Colon,

r one job,that-, can start .you out on the right foot Board year.received l only .$10.000last I .BRpND .

better than any other we know of. The,Marine,Corps. Mrs. ,Sally Nelson.; executive S '

'r After boot camp you'll l get"top' notch; training in a director of CUBB Economic : Fps
Agency, requested the .
specialized career! The kind of'top notch training only amount of $10.800) be included.

the Marines can give you. 'They have over 400 different She said there was a shortage '

i fobs and' if.(, you 'qualify, yo'u can take your pick. Jobs of(Head"funds Start in the operation Program.of the A Vw WT'p, \ i

f I like Air Traffic Controller;.Telephone Technician, Airs similar amount is being um

craft Mechanic.. 'Even Criminal Investigator. Jobs that requested in Baker Clay und

( .offer you 'a challenge. Excitement. And a real future, I'nion Counties, Mrs. ISclson "" 72 IN. X 90 IN.

t in or out of the Marines.L' : said.Other budget requests ,. 0 BLANKETS

here: The North ('('nlral1"lol'ida ,} :.
Ifyou think-youA*: got what it takes, a j job in the

Marines I a place to start. Call now for more Regional Planning
i .is good (Council., $2.211The! ; Florida .
1 information. Department( of Agriculture "'.." ., M1
und Consumer Services $3.0(5): ( ) "MOAGANDOMES". TIER CURTAilS B.hF XD 'ha
((904)) 377-3245 lor u county forester program TERRY
und $4.011.51 for u forest fire Anorted '
Collect or' control program; The Slarkclirudford POTHOLDER_ styles and '

f ((800)) 423-2600 Toll Free Commerce. $(,000, ; TheBradford
for few'good
'f The Marines are looking a men. County Development _
Thru July 24 Authority $10.00 w."STANLEY" T 72 IN. X 90 IN.




EARN YOUR 3 Fol1 Waffle 1000cotton weave. .. '<.. l' only Slight Assorted Imperfections colors In fabric

Guaranteed for one year."STERILITE" .
Slight Irregulars.


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s \r f I "
G.E.D. Examination ,will be given taew' j'( et\S "GOTHAM
? / CJ ,.... ...

September' 8,_ 1975 at Bradford-. PLASTIC WARE

.Union Area' Vo-Tech, Center.


KIS. OF 2 ,

Review is: now being accepted. 3 Pkgs of '. WITH LID M Bowl Laundry Set Basket Waste Basket Pall 3. PC.DishPan

';This.course. :;will help fulfill the requTrements :Uor Bulbs it .. '. plus_ othen.or6 .

''''' ;: 'for l: taking, the I ,G. E., D.Ezaminatian''and .'1' ;'
'-, 'will also. be, 'of i: "WHKX",LAUNDRY GLASS

value in passing'. Other: academic 1'. ....MGU.;iC''O''. ,DiTERKNT. 01', 42 OZ. \' .. BAKE-WARE

,courses/ re offered. These classes. '; Oaf, ,. '

'are, Veterans, ,Approved : J' r'1l.""BLEACHGAUM


:; 4 Jpor further i information : II t; 964'Isisb =. TOILET TISSUE o1 '3 YARD_ ROLL ,
.' :, : ,\ ,: Jtca:.'. ,. J. 11 Qt. Bake Olih,
n' a
'I : : 's $117' .97c 'I Qt. Open Cauwol.,
N p'S Pli 14h.;
.-...... ,? 1 '5. I 'i4Ot.'LoafPan',
117110'7117. .i]{ ;>O.. .'!Ii.dvs, ,
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," Page 14 TELEGRAPH July 17.1973

. BROOKER IN BRIEF By Jeannette Prescott --- -


BIRTHDAY SUPPER Johnnie and Leslie Green, where Mrs. Crosby attendedthe are building a new home to FICTITIOUS NAME FICTITIOUS NAME

Mrs.Jean Hart was honored July 9. wedding of her grand- move back. I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT NOTICE

with a birthday supper givenby daughter, Diane Howard to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Polk's EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Pursuant to Section 866.09 I will not be responsible for Pursuant to Section 865.09

her father and motherinlaw PERSONALSMrs. Hugh Alderman. The Crosbysalso house trailer caught fire last FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- Florida Statutes notice Is hereby any debts made by anyone other Florida Statutes, notice is
at their home on July 1. E.B. Crosby returned visited the C.E. Crosbys Sunday afternoon, about three FORD COUNTY given that the undersigned than myself. by given that the here-
Those enjoying this occasion July 2 from a visit with her while in Jacksonville.Mr. miles east of Brooker on SH Larry Eugene Ross, '2410 I\.E.| Roger W. Starling Mary Ray Joiner, At.undersigned 1

with the hosts and honoree brother, John Groover and his and Mrs. Paul D. Pres- 18. One bedroom was a total CIVIL ACTION 12th Street, Gainesville, Florida, 7/10 4tp 7/31 A, Starke Bradford Box 12-

were Mrs. Charity Luke, family in Oak Ridge, Tenn cott and children visited the loss, with clothes all burned. Case No. 75-183 32601 doing business under the --------------., Florida doing business County,
Arley Luke, Grady Hart, Mr. Groover underwent surgery Charlie Regar family in Union Mr. Polk, overcome by firm name of "AUTOMOTIVE the firm name of under

Missy, and Dee Dee. on June 23 and is in ser- County last Sunday. While smoke, fell out the front door In re: The Matter of the PARTS CENTER" 102 E. NOTICE BY MARY", Rt. 1"INTERIORS
Happy birthday to: Tina ious condition. We wish him a looking around the old home and broke his ankle.A Adoption of TAMMY DENISE Brownlee Street, 9tarke., Effective July 10, 1975 I will Starke, Bradford, Box 12-A
Willingham. July 6; Amos speedy recovery. place we ran into some more wedding shower was held PADGETT Bradford County, Florida 32091. not be responsible for any debts Florida, 32091 County:

Beutke, July 7; Elaine Mott, Mr. and Mrs. E.B. Crosbywere relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Friday July 11, for Miss Intends to register said! fictitious contracted by anyone other than register said fictitious, Intends to

July 10. Happy Anniversary to in Jacksonville on July 3 Blackwelder of Dundee, who Patricia Tetstone, bride-elect NOTICE OF SUIT name under the provisions of myself. -RudolphA. Crawford under the provisions of aforesaid name
of Hayward Lee of Gaines- aforesaid statute.
I- titre 111111. -- -- ari l w -- a Its l lI ville, at 8 p.m. in the Com Larry Eugene Ross sole 7/10 4tp 7/31
Center. Hostesseswere Mary Ray Joiner, sole owner.
owner. --------------
I Notice Of Special i Stockholders Melba Dampier, Catherine YOU: All ARE Interested HEREBY Parties NOTIFIEDthat Dated this 25th day of June, PUBLIC NOTICED; ,:*' .'<<'>":, D.Dated 1975.,this at 3rd Starke day, of Florida July, A
Tetstone Willa Mae
an action for adoption has A.D. 1975 at Starke, Florida. STATE OF FLORIDA ,7/34tp 7/24
McRae, Deanne Tetstone, and been filed against and 6/26 4tp 7/17 DEPARTMENT OF
Betty Hayes. About 25 guests you you .- ------------
Of are required to serve a copy of ._ POLLUTION CONTROL
I attended. ------------ YIN
Meeting _
your written defenses if any to THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
I The wedding of HaywardLee it, on the plaintiff's attorney, Pursuant to Sec. 403.088(4)( ) THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-
and Patricia Tetstone will (al) Florida Statutes CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
whose name and address is NOTICE an application -
I State Bank Of Starke be solemnized in the Church of BRADFORD
for a Temporary Operation
I Prophecy on Thursday
Attorney at Law, P.O. Drawer BROOKER, FLORIDA Permit has been filed with the CASE NO.
July 17, at 8 p.m. Department for the
1030, Starke Florida 32091, and
I file the original with the clerk of Bids are hereby called for by existing solid waste disposal IN RE: The 1 IVIilion of
IS HEREBY GIVEN that resolution I '
NOTICE to and
Revival At Church the above styled court on or the Town of Brooker and are to facility:
I order of the Board of Directors of Community Stat. Bank of before July 22 1975; otherwise be submitted in sealed en- WilKERSON' .

Starke, a corporation organized and existing under the laws of I Of God July 18-20 a judgment may be entered velopes to the Clerk of the Townof Applicant: Bradford Co. Com

the State of Florida adopted at a regular meeting of the Board against you for the relief Brooker, Mrs. Joyce A. Cast- missioners NOTICE OF ACTION
Revival services will be demanded in the complaint or Ion, on or before 7:00: P.M. Description: Santa Fe Landfill.
I held June 20 1975 of the stockhold.rs of
duly a meeting Com- Location 3 miles W. of ToKenny: Franklin Turner
held at the Church of God, 422 petition. August 12, 1975, for the : Key
munlty Stat. Bank of Starke Is hereby called and will be held at I N. St. Claire St., Starke, WITNESS my hand and the following: stone Heights. Address Unknown

I the office of the bank In Starke, Florida, on July 30. 1975, at 2:00 Friday, Saturday and Sunday, seal of said Court on June 19, YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
Garbage pick-up on Tuesdaysand After consideration of the action for adoption has been
o'clock in the afternoon for the purpose of considering and acting July 18-20. 1975.
I Saturdays and successful additional information filed against and
Friday'and Saturday ser- application any you you are
the proposal for Increasing the capital stock of the bank from
vices will begin at 7:30: p.m. Gilbert S. BrownAs bidder must furnish Certificateof furnished) and all written required to serve a copy of your
I $100,000.00 divided Into 2,000 shares of $50.00 .ach to and Sunday service at 7 p.m. Clerk of said Court Insurance and own truck. objections submitted; the written defenses, if tiny to it on

200000.00 divided Into 20,000 share of par value of $10.00 I Rev. Bobby Brown, former By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Water Meter Reader: read ,department shall grant or deny a EUGENE F. SHAW. Petitioner's.f

each of common stock. overseer of Oregon and prey Deputy Clerk meters each month, once a temporary operation permit. No attorney,' whose address is Post

I sent superintendent of, the 6126 4t 717Whatsoever' month, cut on and off water as temporary permit shall be Office Box 1086, Starke, Florida
I II Church of God. Home for needed. granted by the''department 32091, on or !before August 4,
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS.' Children, Sevierville, Tenn., unless it affirmatively finds: 1975, and file the original with

I will be the evangelist. UIII ':....- : Water meter installation and 1)) This solid waste disposal the Clerk of this Court either
Service gospel singing will repair. facility does not qualify for an !before service on Petitioner's

Charley E. Johns, President )1)12t 'be presented in every service. a man toweth, The three ((3)) above positions operation permit; attorney or immodialoly there
I July 17-24 Host pastor, Rev. M.E. Drake, that shall he also reap. will commence on October 1, 2)) The applicant is placing into after; otherwise a default will be>
) cordially invites the public to 1975. operation, or has submitted entered against you for the relief

r_ O------fl attend. The Town Council reserves plans and reasonable schedulesfor demanded in the Petition.

the right to accept or reject any placing into operation an WITNESS my hand and the
or all bids submitted to the Townof approved solid waste disposal seal of this Court on this 1 let day

P'A :- U Brooker:' facility, alternate facility or that of July 1975.

SAVE 1O% TO 44% the applicant has a solid waste
Joyce A. Castlen, for which no feasible and acceptable GILBERT BROWN
Ar.r at.T e.aIlulm TOIM'IOerk method of treatment or CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT I

Town of Brooker disposal is known or recognizedbut COURT

Brooker, Florida 32622 is making a bona fide effort BRADFORD COUNTY,
7/104t 7/31 through research and other FLORIDABY

-..---..-..------- means to discover and Imple : Beulah Moody
ment such a method; Deputy Clerk
{ 3)) The applicant needs per. 7/34t 724IN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT mission to maintain this solid '
waste disposal facility within the
state for a period of time neces-
sary to complete research, plan- BRADFORD COUNTY. '
ning, construction, installation,
CIVIL ACTION or operation of an approved and
CASE NO. 75-191-CP
Case No.75-182
acceptable or alternate waste

\a disposal method; In re: The Estate of LORENA
42w In re: The Matter of the
4)) There is no present, reasonable -
Adoption of TIMOTHY SHANE alternative means of CERMENARO, deceased.

GREENE disposing of the waste other
> than by utilizing the present solid
NOTICE OF SUIT waste disposal facility. creditors of the estate of
NO PROPERTY 5)) The denial of a temporary
deceased, are hereby notified
operation permit would work an
and required to file any'claims or
s r 4a To:Glenn Kevin Vara extreme hardship the
+ U A I M Towels f 2049 Cherry Lane applicant; ,_ demands against said which estate they in the may Office have
a Chesapeake
; Virginia 6)) The granting of a temporary
rI1 lA41 GN1di of the Circuit Judge of Bradford'County
operation permit will be in the
ri% Florida the Courthouse -
an action for Adoption has public interest or
; in Starke Florida, within
kXmVBOHCAR been filed Glenn
against you 7)) The continued operation of
Cool construction wild I Kevin Vara and four calendar months from the
you are requiredto the solid waste disposal
votd top and nblMit date of the first publication of
ONr u1LtluAt D serve a copy of your written facility will not be unreasonably
notice. Each claim
this or
defenses, if any to It, on the destructive to the environment.A .
q demand must be in writing and
plaintiff's attorney', whose name copy of the application is
.. -r 1 QT. 10W-M OIL JUMBO' ROLL PAPER TOWELS PLASTIC HOIBEWARE ASSOKTMEKT and address is George H. Pierce, available for public Inspection must state the place of residenceand
post office address of the
.. -a o111 : OII 0111 Esq., Pierce & Hardy, P.A., P.O. during regular business hours at claimant and must be sworn to
: i PlllCI. taz az .... : ... upTTOaKRJP Drawer 1030, Starke Florida the Bradford Co. Health Dept.
fit .
rAms2 the claimant his his
.. by agent or
.. WAS. +tat .. .. 32091, and fie the original with located at 329' N. Church,
it will become void
P 8 OO Provides amaidinp.svlu. at all Too-sidsd torture offers high orb Rubbennoid I mtimd vanity/ .o..tebrM. .. the clerk of the .above styled Starke FLResidents r p f% ,-_...under all driving con-. sorboncy excellent, ..onath...... .. Round plastic. laundry book*. Sturdy.C. court on or before July 22, 1975; in the area affected ,, Dated this 27th day of June.
ditions. Exclusive Eogla formula 1G1tne..103plyr..b;,lea .Plastic shower. _.vrforbaihn..d&OPAH otherwise a judgment may be by this solid waste disposal facil-
D. Contain. .... 3 III., 4-Di) pt.. 5 pt.". entered against you for the relief ,ity are hereby notified that A.D. 1975.
( I demanded In the complaint or objections or comments may be
C. Cermenaro
A 1i: petition. filed on or before July 29, 1975. Anthony
/;; r' Eftl STRETCH iOCaToKtroliied IIYUII / WITNESS my hand and the These must be submitted in Administrator
nylon itratchtt FOOD MO MINK DUFFLI "I 7/3/ 4tchg 724WANT
(mew. ) to fit mil** 10-13. Colas CMfSTMOCMMERUNkrncirr .01........ seal of said Court on June 19, writing to the Northeast
i ... N 1975. -. Regional office of the Depart-
A ment of Pollution Control. ADSPERSONAL

OVERSTOCK SALE FROM wE A Gilbert S. Brown 71 17 IT 9+t -e-....
P As Clerk of said Court
...,fI. --------------
A TOP MAKER DOUBLEs oP ol..tyl hag. Bvi Beulah M. Moodv --------------
Wet II..3d.21.
KNIT POLYESTER SLACKS rap*handle.'pack :r- sportsman YAY lAV1t As Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF
for d- baa.RinfanMd.24Kl9VA.Uavortlco / To Jf up To'ii 6/26 4t 7/17 EXAMINATIONNotice SERVICE

;, drink /tlIONAIACefpOaMt is hereby given pursuant -
J :1'_ C.IB pnr/oam \ A.MOM Taw, I d. na..rylr/iryr. i IN. THE CIRCUIT URToFFLORIDA to Chapter 16C-7, Florida
5. 88 in drr, 400 watt mini electric heir EIGHTH' JUDICIAL Administrative Code, Rules and
:.; ?.Eagle heavy duty op4VA CIRCUIT, IN AND 'F.OR Regulations Governing Water SEWING MACHINES repjirod,
r"'w BRADFORD COUNTY""* 'Contractors In Florida, of all makes cleaned, oiled and

Thor' boon .ai..IadLi.y to S16.00ind.Nqera.yet. / T / {311 Are{ an examination for a Water Well adjusted $7._ Wink, Hum
now got .the. Eogl.le5.9." Th.labr. 14x50" CASE NO.75-155 Contractor's License. The anteed. James Strickland
bow been. cut au't, but everything else, i I. .the. _: 10TS' COTTON T-SNIit I 8733. tfchg. '
examination will be
neat tailoring, dynamite .''-., plaids and solids, and Wilts wish neck and sleeve fllNP DOOR given at the
IN RE: The Marriage of ALBERT following times, dates and locations
today's most tad fabric- double knit 100* polye.I ... trim in "
A few '.....1.. In ihe. ,,_ Sim 30-40. Sim S, M, L, XL.O" MIRROR E. CONKLING, Husband/ to al qualified applicants MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also

Iasv. 1 Petitioner, and JOSEPHINE C. whose applications are received mobile home hurricane
CONKLING, Wife/Respondent. in the offices of the Departmentof an-
choring and mobile home
Walnut, Environmental Regulation, roof
l.% ... Qoldtone. -1 I NOTICE OF ACTION Division of Environmental Programs coating. Olin's MOBILE

..... Tortoise 1 Tallahassee, Florida, not .Home Service. 964-5606, Rt.
-.-. Frame*, ToJosephina: C. Conkling .less then two days prior to the 100W. Starke, Fla. tfchg.,

14x50Pitts Wife/Respondent examination dates. ------------0

1I.\ ..n burgh) "'" ...". .. ...". 170 1/2 South Street 10:00:: A.M., Tuesday, July 22,
Wf ." W' m M1 III New 1975. Board Room of the South-
nontamlah Middletown. York
c REPAIR. Master
1p' OU..ci IIId'-"u aii.cmll glass I 11&UI1IIIIII..0MT 1111I lID- 10940 west Florida Water Management electrician
na0Axsasi. 1 .-. hoIe ..... III It District, BrooksviUe, Rorida. plumber and carpenter. Rea-
IrM Caicw .psltlng.p .I ihnrem.T.t. d_ .
"II... .ste p sonable rates. 964-8087.7110
tP,1L T' _....12 N. era sin.9SX fur l.. a at Eoafd urns .-11..d dld.w. "_ _./ dS.a You are notified that an action 1:00: P.M., Wednesday, July 4tchg 7/31.
1.1 irr- for Dieeolution of Marriage has 23, 1975, Central & Southern ,
been fled against you and you Florida Flood Control District
are required to serve a copy of Annex Conference Room, 901 .CHECK THE RED CARPET

.- written' defence. if any to Evernia Street,. WettC.Palm SECTION this paper for

r- torney for Husband/Petitioner. 10:00: A.M., ,Thursday Juiy' 7/109tp 9/4
.A{ { To1.K T5B% whose address .la ,3600 S.W. 24, 1975, Council of Government ---f...--____-_

F LN Tn ut Second Avenue, GefrxeviKe, Office, 3rd Floor,. Court--' i SEWING MACHINES repaired

OQ s NIT POLO s n sirs PU$ eoHon-3% ,FVOMT tMll. 'Florida 32807 on or before 25 house Annex Daytona Beach, aB makes cleaned, oiled and
Neeriyoolla>edpiocbel. rant Full cut seat far complete scratches. Owsjie fits alSt. IrI. July. 1975, end We the original Florida. adjusted $7. Work guaran-
Ml oaoy-cera hU,.. ODHNiMt. Nalfon prints end isuaic ,' \ with the Clerk of this Court 10:00: A.M., Friday July 25, teed. James Strickland, 964-
f Popular cols S,Id,L,XL. solids. Sites A, B, C D, E. FaeMen colors. I.11! arAl either before service on Petl-! 1975, Room 203 .Penning. ton ,8733. tfchg.BILL'S .'

tkner'a attorney or immediately BuRdsng. 115 Bloxhem Street,, ----.--------,
rA/ AYTAY /AYI Mre rA1NA / a I
Tallahassee Florida.
/ : LM AIf 11% JIN, thereafter: otheivvtee a default SAW SHOP: Complete
wll be entered against Itchg: 7/17 _,
U, l TAlUUT L noa.oaTiBUTi.tirrA I Tliftnt CIAAIOIWIN iynthr .: ; sharpening service/ circular,
the relief demanded '
Fluemo.nlar.nap. Brass*III.A.d.tertrl. scientific blond of lu.. Ada.d.IdIN w..r 'h nd, :erblde, chain. Mower
erales on eilher boiler- pd leas. Chrome plated ...,_n.I9.di..Aoo! twii.Ir.akYl/did, eldest d .10Ia Shp q I'WtItion. blades hollow ground and
IHarACha..aaeL c14.e pN..r61a do.. burning, Mori I trlwY/li M.dakllliy. drte.d.Mpliq.lWt / WITNESS my hand and seal. balanced. Call 964-7509 or
of this Court on 24 June 1975. -'My Il( ak Drl.I leave at Jackson/ Building

Ita.f IUAQ IAr Supply, Starke or Keystone.
GHbertS. Brown, I .Height tfchg. "
a.kof the Circuit Court mm
/ =DIAV..U. """te""""-"""- """" --- fc,..
By: Donna M. .Branson
tAr III As Deputy Clerk L LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast
r 6/26.41i'7/17 with X-11 Diet Plan *3.

\ 11..1 vA{ s.r1 4 ANOi IAra -------------- REDUCE excess) fluids with X-
Lid Du". J4C YAI A 11% JoIIF LK If"ills TO 7i A eaAaf PW 3. KOCH DRUG STORE.
NaTNI IA1d i 7/3 IStchg 10/9
.15 NTt10 r1D10AMW in r 1tM usw >AtOM FM 11N...., AIMINMI 1 11 th.b A bookstore specializing in ._
0,.-.....,....... Ddw..nnactl.Ndr 0 .....7.12, _'. religious -----------
.... ...... .....1.. .s..1..w.kiaad lob. .ys. 94d.' 1.5r .A E uve rA{ /Are whole table stackeda ALCOHOLICS. ANONYMOUS:
P......... tl ns 7.12. .r., tr..p .Jul l-11 .Id.d.a; tr1N1. ..dr.. 34f LL% pamphlets end tracts under .Hw your drinking caused you

this placard: '''Ble' ed] to b> sick and tired of being

J I rVrVMlY fAf.IF!p'> 01'1 OlIIMT C OlMVf'" ,,STOfll"t..y INIt N'.iI, l S h 312 W. Madison! St. W4-75131 CIGARETTES "''; i KIII $ IN'SiIy Sellers.Worth-CIa"Press". Hobson In Fork .-.NSetiadl.- Ik*. ifs tot, you, sick 864-7819 13tp and 9/25.tired' or 4732108.Ph. 964-TOR 7/3

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PERSONAL SERVICE r i FOR SALE :::I IFO r FOR RENT J REAL MoE"'S"'r'A" -r'Em, j"W'BYRON Real Estate $675 Per Acre BRASINGTON $ SAVE $""

(From 39 Acres 2600 ft. Hiway t'.\l>ll. ..\('. .DSM"IIU'!:"'
Page J.I) Frontage. 1300 ft. grade road. s.\s.\. : si::iui 11':: I FRED DAVIS

PIANO TUNING REPAIR: Will Part in good timber. Call owner. I,"ini.. *st'lfi'lion ul I'....II! <',u sI '. GMC TRUCKS

buy old pianos. William SALE: po i if yourself 12 by FOR RENT. bedroom. partially turn 533-2208 after 5 p.m. All Day 'I'll I km (>n('adillae'I'raden'' BUICK PONTIAC"A
No 1129 00 Per
George, 1228 Blanding St. 12 inch till* with stick on back W houl Madlian.* poll..4.1404. lip Mo. S34 E. DUCE Sat & Sun. JIMil N.\\. I Ilth: :.tTS-5o: :: | LITTLE RIDE CAN

Starke. Ph. 964-5287. 7/3 now at Dahmer's Discount. irwilieja 11.l:\. -.Ii.i.Fi:
7/10. 2tp 2/27 26tchg 8/25 ..... .......................... Reg 393 Real N Temple Estate Ave.Brbker Call Bill Powell, Broker II SAVE YOU A LOT" TF
.. 9646464Sat
-- --- - - --- --- 964-7700
cottages on Kingsley Lake, air &Sun
licensed, bonded, reasonablerates conditioned. Acreage for sale: 5 acres, Sun SportsMORE J & J CONTRACTORS
533 2366
FOR SALE 300 Ib. Call 533-2208
save 9646061 : crystal tip 10 30
money. after acres, acres, Y
6pm. tfchg V
rfchg- cube ice machine, good order 460 acres. BOAT FOR Component home on your
- - -- "
-- -- $300 cash. Smith Shell House& 10 acres YOUR MONEY TF Lot front $14/ per IIq.ft.All .
Station, Lawtey, Fla 6/26 4tp Wide
STARKE PH 964-3791 appliances -
House on a good fishing lake. A.J.Thomit, Realtor Variety of Floor Plans
Spaces. We can accommodate EXCLUSIVELY OURS:
-- - ------
62' N. Walnut St.
CenlraMir &' Hunt
any size
FOR SALE: Good used color Tel. 4U2 STERN DRIVE SERVICE
BRADFORD PARK at BRAD- LISTINGS, FINANCING Charming, 2 story colonial homemade FHA & VA Approved

and black &white TV, stoves, FORD MOTEL. 964.5988. RENTALS NEEDEDCall I| of cypress) in a well estab- 200 feet on Little Santa Fe Lake AND REPAIR Free Estimates170.2000' :/

refrigerators, furniture & air Anytime lished neighborhood i conven- COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
5/15 10tchg 7/17 reaching from paved road to
One Ice
: Cream Scoop conditions. BARGAIN CENTER ient to schools, shopping, Lake, Price $22,000.00 .Terms. REPAIR From 1200 to 2800 sq. ft.
with each Oil & --- --- -----.- VERNIE ODOM
Oil Filter U.S. 301 South tfchg 964-5476 churches 3 BR .((1 with fire- - .CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS 21 6.26/7.3

Change thru July. Faulkner's ------------ FOR RENT: Store bldg with fix place), 2 B, downstairs office 2 bedroom frame house on Canter FISHING BOATS ,

Gulf Service Hwy 100 tures. Brownlee & St. Clair with private entrance which Street price $10.000.00'Terms.
Keystone, 4734279. 5/15 FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts Street. 5332895. 6/26 4tp could double as 4th BR or den FOR SALE All
lltchg 7124WATSON and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE 7/17 LR (with fireplace) DR. kitchen, UNITED FARM AGENCY : sizes o
- -
HOMES SALES, Hwy. 100 ... I dinette side screened porch. REGISTERED REAL tape. The Office
- ------- - - -- 1 acre land, 3 bedroom frame Shop.
'sHOUSEOFVACUUMS W. Starke, 964-5606 tfchg 10 ACRES |double garage, very large and house, out of City near paved ESTATE BROKER
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom mobile '' private backyard with beautiful road $13,700.00.Acreage ., 206 South Water Street

FOR SALE:Diamond needles for home. Call 954-8245 or 964- 10 Minutes/ From pecan, pear, oak trees grapevine - PAUL IRENE FAULKNER

any stereo, over 247 different 5690. 1tp 7/17 and ample room 'for a small and large tracts. 964-5065 Davidson
Many brands of new Vacuums. .. Keystone Heights
ones we have them all. Doh.mer's ,---------- garden, swimming pool playground
- -
Used machines Beautiful high and dry 20
available acre
Discount or whatever your.heal Mobile Home ParkIn
tfchg s. Offices and/or business
Expert Repairs all makes. FOR RENT! Unfurnished house, ,750 Per Acre desires. or tract with approx. 12 acres in
------- ----- for Call
Parts and Accessories for all : 2 bedrooms with den & utility storage rent on Street. pecan trees. .Ideal location to City Limits

vacuums.. Built in central FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3.93. room, A/C. WW carpet & $15900 Per Mo. One of the best built homes J inStarke build.

vacuum cleaning systems 712 9x12 Unoleum $898 Also central heat Available Sept. -enormous entrance hall, -- $30 Per Mo.

N. Main Gainesville 376.7110. 12x12 and 12x15 in stock. 1st. Ph. 9645944. 1tp 7/17 No Low Land LR with fireplace, DR,' Sunroom 3 Bedroom 1 'A bath, completely

TFTOP Hundreds to choose from at ------------ WEST CENTRAL: ,, kitchen, dinette, 3 spa MULTIPLELISTINGS furnished home with central Walk.To New
Discount tfchg. heat and
Dahmers.... REALTY: INC. cious BR, 2 B, closets galore,, air also carpet and ShOPPing.Center
-- ,-,------- RENT din's Subdivision swimming pool .
I FOR : '
Registered Broker tool Garage
utility room
SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a ,Cily Gas. Water a Sewer
week, dozer work and 1/2 acre lots $25.00 per 1-378-2:108: Anytime with half bath, CH&A over an .

dragline work. Call 468.1873, month.. Water & Sewage Evenings Call: acre of tree shaded yard. Owne Handyman Special $3,500 On 301 South

Star Rt. Hampton, STEPHEN furnished. For information call Art I'atray'dn. will finance reliable client. Long Champ

SMITH LANDFILL tfchg [ MotorcyclesSUZUKI J Mark Olin Olin's Mobile 17 I1fI - Starke 2 old homes J4 acre Jolu Motel

-- -- Homes Sales, Hwy. 100 W., Brick furnished 3 BR'1B, LR $7,000
Home and
Starke. 964-5606 tfchg. m j kitchen with dining area andover ; i 964-8810
1 acre of land. Starke 4 BR on 2 lots, $10,500 (Building MaterialsWE j K

OF STARKE: Your FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile I - I
t FOR SALE ) authorized Suzuki Dealer. homes outside city limits. J.B. /: /-d.' .. C Batson.. Lots of space in and out ap- Starke 2 BR; $8,890 BUILD

Phone 964-6020. 304 East Call White. Ph. 964-6114. tfchg REAL ESTATE prox. 1800 sq. ft. home with 3 J "YOUR PLANS OR OURS Well Drilling

Street BR, 2B, kitchen family room, Crosby$k rfchg. ---- ----- -- YOUR
HOINS OF HOBBYS: Full line of ff_cvf fntir, v LAwrt"HLA. LR, DR a huge game room wit OURS
----- ----
fireplace (near completion) 2" thru 6"
Lakefront 2 BR, $22.000 FREE
and crafts. Also
arts Furnished 2
guar- BR frame home with
grill extra large utility
anteed stereo 'repair, 118 HOUSES FOR SALEFOR chain link fence, aluminum awn- patio and more' REMODELING REPAIRS Fast Rotary
HELP WANTED Theresa 3 BR, 2 lots $22.000
Court. Ph. 9647329. tfchg r J ings & carport $9,600. .. [ ADDITIONSHOMESBOUGHT'SOLD
Drilling Equipment
- beautiful
-- -- ---- j Little Lake Santa Fe Starke 2 BR, $12.500
3 BR 154 bath double wide MH i
AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: remote\ undeveloped lot. Owne State Licensed
SALE BY OWNER Con- on 1 acre. Spring Lake access TRADED
: will finance. .
Sales, service.. Installation, Lawtey 3 BR brick $34.000
AVON CALLINGII! crete block home, 2 bedroom, $13,650. - :
stereos phono reel-reel, buy or sell I Pumps''
Avon call 755-0731 2 baths, living room w/fire- - Road 230 3.34 acres with 489
or write Keystone 13 brick. $46.000
tapes, cassettes radios. Work place. formal dining room, 2-story 5 BR 2 Bath frame homeon I 964-6853
Loma Clyatt, P.O. Box 220 road frontage. ..
guaranteed. 118 Court,. 964- Lake City: Fla. 32055. tfchg. eat-ii>, kitchen,i I.family room 1 acre in',' .Lawtey' .j!area i -.-, "'::=, Plseuvgla,2.BR.4aaa. $8.600 HWY 301 s STARrcg,1TF. 'J; .. New: 1sedJ;
-V 7329 tfchg ., .--I _: ...... : vWwet barrc'entral heat & air, $20,000 r : : 70 of white sand beach &crystal ; t
__ ___ _......._.........zn... o w2.: ..11.--21 tar .catpt>rt," tility i room, - .,. V" clear water at Silver Lake .Graham* rtr-rt-- 30': acre' .farm $75.000 ISa/es-Fli r7 l'SeriAce'

FOR SALE: $698 LP records NEW DISTRIBUTORS: Hus- fenced yard plus 3-rm. apt. 62.7 acres on SR-18 reduced to' Estates, Interlachen furnished .

$4.98. $5.98. LP for $3.98 at band and wife work togetherfor with heat & air.. Shown by ,$45,771 for quick sale. attractive cottage $22,560. Hampton 40 acre farm, E-Z Terms
extra Income showing a
Dahmer's Discount. '2/27 appointment only. Phone 473- RluminumSiding
- - -
26tchg 8/25 wonderful line of repeat 4731 or 473.3444. No Collect Call us for all your real estate Building lot on Bessent Road I li $140.000 I Plumbinli'New '
_. 0. __ ... products. For more Informa- Calls tfchg .needs. ,
Quarter tion phone Gainesville 372- one of our best neighborhoodwith Hampton Lake ,- 1 Vs acres
FOR SALE Registered "
: -- --- - = beautiful trees.
horse mare. Excellent price to 1743. 7/10 2tp 7/17 LAWTCY Fla.I $9.200 Aluminum Installation/
FOR SALE 3 bedroom block I 78238O6tU.TO -
home Call Sue at 282- ------------ t
right 1506 house, central heat &air, fully L-_.. *.......* WIT* A ,HrAftfw Good lot near town which couk Lawtey 2.75 acres, US-301,

.tfchg- - LOCAL AMWAY: Distributor is carpeted. 2 years old, by be used for a!home,or possibly. $9,500 Sofff.tRemodeling Remodeling

FOR SALE: File boxes, guides helping many persons earn owner. Douglas Nichols, 964- trailer Repairs
and cards. Everything money. Work 2 to 4 hours a 8158 1018 Southgate Drive. - Lawtey 4.4 acres. US-301.

need for you. day. We can help you. For 7/102tp 7/17 $38.000 We will try to help you with you $9.500 .
fixing a filing system.All BR, 2 Bath, CH&A, real estate needs. Just give us i
for .sale at The Office appointment call 372-1743 ------------ One Acre Lot. 1,656sq. ft. living | Durrrance|
ring I Starke-7 acres, US-301, $8,200
Shop. 7/102tchg7/17 FOR SALE: 20 acres, all In grass. area 1 Vi miles out of City Limits Cement Work
------------ Cecelia T. TerwillegarReg.
of Starke.
,---- ---- Modern 2 bedroom home. i
Hay & cattle barn, wash EJ Real Estate Broker. Lawtey <*' 8 acres, SR-225, Pump & Supply
FOR SALE: Farmall Super-A HELP WANTED: The CUBB For Sale: 2 Story house close to 2OOW. Madison Ave. $10,000
house &
sheds. Plus 11 mobile
tractor, excellent condition Economic Agency Full Year town. Upstairs furnished apt. FinancingAvailable
f-sn $1000.. 15 ft. V-Hull 50 HP Head Start Program is now home rentals, road on 3 sides downstairs 3 BR. (At' 'office -.r SR-18 south 10 acres $12,500 Company
& trailer $500 Ph. on Hiway 16 & 25. J.B.
Mercury accepting applications for 30 acres with good timber, home 964-5145
964-6114ltchg 7/17
964-5037 after 6 P.M. 7/10 2tp Handicapped Coordinator for -------_---- paved road front. 4 miles N. of Lawtey 10 acres SR22S, 864 N. Temple Ave.

7/17/ Clay, Union, Baker and Brad- Starke terms.Commercial $11,000 Starke
I'I'-'':.... '
.v-' ----------- ford counties. Must have abil- FOR SALE: 1 % acres with 2 9E4EBS8It I

':.:. .,1-QR SALE: 38 Snub nose Ford ity to maintain records and 12x60 trailers. 1/2 mile Southof building, block con- Peetsville 11 acres, 200B, 964-7061 .1

; J>!gUll$55 22 hand guns $24.95. write reports. Preferably some Starke on 301. Ph. 964- struction, 2,400 sq. ft. 1 acre $10.000 .

:.{V. 25 automatic guns' from training in services to handicapped 6186. Itp 7/17... land, 3 miles from StsrJ ------ ----- Joins City Limits. 9675 .
license required. Salary startsat FOR SALE: Mobile home 19 acres, Lawtey, good timber. Call owner 533-2206 after 5 p.m Olin's Subdivision
rfchg- -. Y $7280 per year. Submit Has 11 mobile home rentalson Tat ms. -,All day Sat & Sun. Heilbron 60 acres $57,000

FOR SALE: Single and double resume Start to Program Full ,Year CURB Head it. Just outside city limitson 176 acres, Brooker area. Some .Call Bill Powell, Broker Hamptj5-0D WeJ>46,000 I I

new drive way pipe. Single Economic Agency Inc., Post paved road. J.B. White, planted pines. 9646464Sat I I

$50, double $75. Have angle Office Drawer 970 Starke. 964 6114. Itchg 7/17... Hampton 251 acres 9185,000 1"a I I I I II IIi
----- --- -
iron. Contact Robert or Junior Florida 32091 by July 25, 1 to 10 acres open land. 4 Miles &Sun. .

Ph. 9646351. 1tp 7/17 1975. WE ARE AN EQUAL from Starke. Home sites only. Call 533-2208 FRED SACKETT-REALTOR I I IC
-- ---- ------

FOR SALE: 14 ft fishing boat 7/10 2tchg 7/17 1 to 2 acres mobile home sites, 904/964-6522,468-1642 Ta! --
I '
... CLEARING N.W. of Starke Terms
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With 9.9 Mercury motor
and trailer.hp. Top condition, GRADINGMIKE I GEORGE ROBERTS JR. ./2 Acre Lots For Rent $2500 Per Mo. Water &

$450. Ph. 377-0783, Gaines- STARLING Sewage Furnished
ville. 1tp 7/17 WANTED 1 Rt. 2,, Boxes H, 964-6388 tf S:V ""'" Call Mark Olin 964-5606 Hwy 100 W. ,If
t 964-7826
--- - -- -- Stark p1G_u. ,,

MOVING SALE: Furniture TV .- - - -

washer, refrigerator,' boat, .'crab. .

trailer, etc. Starts today, 401 WANTED: Small egg Incubator. Sales Insrspa'rman needed.< p1s.- COUNTRY
N Cherry Street. Itp 7/17 also block for 1953 Case farm Realt rl n ,..3AJ-3300. .Bet 10-4 (| I
: tractor.' Ph. 964-7568 1tp START
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PIANO IN STORAGE: Beautiful In front end. S 5It I I GARAGE
----------- year training program. Wet Exp. brakes & or
Spinet Console stored ropolltan Lift Ins Co. Call Mr, ri day wk. guaranteed! salary I
locally. Reported like new. iroo 354-2621 An Equal Opportun- against 50 pet commission. Con.1 .

Responsible party can take on AUTOMOBILES mpioyer. Davit Paul Lewis Tire I I AIM as Texaco

low payment balance. Write Ir a I
before we send truck. Joplin USEDFOR lt I i _3Il- ) PaCK 'a

Piano, P.O. Box 103, Panama 1 I I 964-8100 N. Temple Ave.

City, Fa. 32401 Itp 7/17

---' ---_....---.,. SALE:. 1968 Buick Skylark WANTEDShoppers

A/C, AT radio, 4-door. $700. General Repairs
FOR SALE: Pears Raiford RoadIn
< I Ph. 496-2893, Lake Butler,
front of Rosha
-- Jean Moody. 7/172tchg 724FOR
Shop. 1tp 7/17 ... 1_, _
H. -A-* t *M ta* M
__ --J u-154E-, ::
SALE: 1972 Pinto, auto- Who Want To Save
FOR SALE: Zipper PaM, $6 bu. matic trans., air cond., low Air Conditioning

Call A&K heed Store to order. mileage, excellent condition.

We pick 'em. 964-8711, 7/17 $',475.426 N. Walnut St, or

2t...7/24 Ph..964,1tp, 7/17 Lawn Mowers
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FOR SALE: Chickens. .75 for Apply At
1974 Pinto, 2 door
small, *1 each for large. Ruby .
Basher. Lawtey.. Fla. 1tp ?/17 factory air. automatic transmission BEGINNING Ieft1tAU1tftwD I Mufflers
clean, low mileage.
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782-3881 Itp 7/17
FOR. SALE: 3 year old, reg. Wednesday ->
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Angus Bull, some 16 to 18 I Brakes
sell 1973
SALEMust 23
FOR July
months old bulls. I am selling
Capri 2600 cc engine
all In Pure-bred salein.Ocala
my cows A/C, steel belted
July 26. J.B. White Interior, 542 S ,
AM-FM stereo tape
964-6114.1tchg. 7/17/ with 4. pioneer SALESMEN-$1100 iT77arn > Tone UpsRepairs
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FOR SALE : Case pocket knives' Monroematic shocks. $2600 RNI to lie "

i now at Oahmers DIscount. or best offer: Call Ron 904- : ,: "

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