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 24, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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97th Year STARKE, FLORIDA IS Cents
1st Issue Thursday.July 24.1975 Copy

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officially resigned at the i.." {\
Union County Commission .I'" ','
meeting Tuesday night. '\ -/
Union County Court Clerk r .,. For
Robert Driggers read lettersof .if'. OutpatientsRobbery
resignation from Glenn .
Howard, county sanitarian, I' \
and Dr. Robert Gillespie,'
county health director. Nei- : h"w The Union County Hospital. closed since May I IJ.: l 1974! is who
ther letter gave reasons for duled to reopen soon with full services, and immediately. tin
the resignations, 'which are outpatient clinic.
effective July 31.Commissioner. The hospital's Board of Trustees and Inler. llodll' Health Outers. -
Gerald : Inc. of St. Augustine signed an ugreem*>-Tui.-sdiy night
Griffis recommended Julian that would provide necessary services lor which Union Cotmty
Dobbs, an Alachua County .4Ppi resident.have been going to Gainesville Lake,City and Jacksonville.
sanitarian who lives in Union -'l' 1ialIn: : :
County, be transferred in to Surgical radiological, and laboratory services are built into the
fill the post 1nynttat. contract J.D. Griffu Union County Hospital Board chairman
No action was taken on the { and Dr. E. W, Trlc(. inter-Medic secretary and treasurer said.

recommendation, however. ProgressSTARKE Trice said two doctors are medicine in the state, lie is
Driggers said Gillespie being recruited immediately completing Ins residency MSL ,
would decide who would take toserve full-time at the hospital Vincent's- in Jacksonville.Ux'Ilo ,
over the post. Gillespie's spot _, The armed and to live in Lake Butler. has a wile and. three
will be filled by a state appointment robbery trial involving three 'In addition to those doctors. children. "* ,
Driggers said. defendants got underwayTuesday Several specialists such as an Tliv hospital cloned List, >eardue
In other action, the com- morning. July 22, in orthopedist\ an ophthalmologist to lack ol lunch to conlinue -,
mission committed itself to J' ... j Bradford County Circuit and a podiatrist will be on operating the modern :2.V!: .
replacing a fire hose that was "" .' (Court with Chief Circuit call. and a last means of lab lad facility thai opened' only
dtmaged when the LaCrosse "1" ". ,Judge John J. Crews presiding handling and radiology work months before.
Fire Department helped put ,or ,, Mill be offered. Since then,two linns have
cut a $1.3 million dollar blazeIn "'l' .., On trial for the !March 22 Inter-Medic: will provide theoverall shown interest 'in the hospital;
Worthington Springs. The '. / robbery of ,Johnson's Farm
1// management thai hit agreement 1 between them
commission also agreed to '\,1'. ) : ,Supply at 403 East Brownlee would Include an administrator ami the hospital. hoard could
pay the city of Lake City a $500 ) T: Y Street in Starke is Eugene and a comptroller, while mil IH ,readied.At .
reimbursement for foam usedto \ Willis 22. of Jacksonville. other employees would come the July H meeting! this
put out that threealarmfire. '''iJ ''Willis has been charged with
from the Lake Butler area. year. however, the' Hoard nl
three counts of robbery, and
\' .Trice said. County l'UInlllit i ssi OMIT i.
L ......- ...., ''i,,," two 'counts of aggravated Doctors will 1 be recruited UII.l..d.IO assess a .{-null lay
.. .. ,. .....-.. .. assault for his participation in from the Vincents Hospital lor the hospital's operation.
Teacher ; i the 2 p.m. Saturday afternoon in Jacksonville's lamily the hospital\ htll(1111 P"yinterJledcS.solntonUim|
-.'", ."'1 ".-_-' _" holdup last !March 22 practice residence pl'otl'ani. : :! 1 : torthree i
Two local accomplices Dr. Manuel Abello tram Colombia. >eurs. The' hoard will '
Talks Go'Smoothly No man likes being pushed around especially by a big 6's. Both are children of Mr, and Mm. Tom Smith of Morgan Samuel !McNeal. Jr., 21. and South America ,. has receive $.".111111 yearn' hunt i
sister, as is the cat* with 9-month-old Shannon Smith. He Road Sylvester Lott. 19. both of been tentatively\ mimed to the :3 l-iuill county, tax. It''', .
shows his Indlgnance on a recent shopping trip with Missy / Starke. are charged with man the clinic\ lie will set up Trice s.ud(
\ > three counts each of robbery. his offices In the hospital.. The I'.S. Department olIktilth Jj-
A fourth participant in the offering services from tt a.m. und \\ellare nuiM j.ll'IbJ !
daylight'robbery, Dennis to 3 p.ntuA: Ittirie will\ be on approval amt issue. a
Sf ARKE With nearly half =f Bw.e -Hidden. 23. of Stark'hut! t' JQ .\\. ,I\.J !! i ,
WrarenChi.e n !" ', \ .1.P.UI.t.r.r. .. 1\t'trir.IQerk'2)arvutx'yhy\ >;
"rr .-the"article'spbken4shtego Joe tumcU state* ",*i lei! (ti\\title '. A.ono I "t\h'\ '' {iisseda\\rll' .?UxpiUiJ"; *l1tr otter"lulltitin--' ::
4- liations between the Bradford case Itnd will appear as the 'Florida board to Pl'udhl'County al9'il'l'SJ (iril'I'ir l'\I'/"I1\/:: / /
School Board and the Brad- state's principal witness in the
ford Education Association trial of the other three.
I BEA) are proceeding on solid The state's case is being
ground though neither side For Starke Posts prosecuted by Tom Elwell. WorkingTo
will disclose details of discussion Qualify assistant state attorney. Lott
is being defended by Assistant

"We are definitely making Public Defender Robert A.
I headway,'' said George Harper Jr.. McNeal by Assis- Cut
STARKE '- Only two can- repair teacher at the Voca- tant Public Defender RobertP. OverageIn
Loper. BEA spokesman in a tional School. He has been
didates have qualified for two
interview Cales and Willis by Assis-
telephone Tuesday of the five spots open in the there for eight years. tant Public Defender Peter
night. city elections but Warren has served 24 years
Salaries, fringe benefits, upcoming with the National Guard in Enwall.
all incumbents they will New
say In addition to the store'scash Budget
teacher evaluations t
be in the running. Starke and is now a recruiting
receipts of about $1,500
instruction and
with the local unit.
Two commission seats and sergeant
taken, three customersin
class discussed.size are some topics the city clerk and police chief He has the Florida Accomodation being the store at the time were STARKE Few decisions were not iiilornu-d ol the

being"There is good faith bar- posts will be decided in the Award and Service the Florida Awardfor relieved of their wallets and were made firm Tuesday meeting until hale Tuesday\
September 9 elections.A Outstanding contents. night as Bradford County altiTiioon they were ;asked
both sides and '
gaining on
and Retention
newcomer to city politics, Recruiting bud 'th'n hud
The victims including store Commissioners juggled to I'ublllilI' elrequests.
want to keep itt up, Loper Guard.
Joe Warren was the first to with the National owner A.R.IBobby I I Johnson get figures and quizzed appli- .
said.He said they have gotten 13 qualify Monday morning. Warren received a BA were made to lie down on the cants requesting local tax Brooker and Hampton, Fire
articles spoken to In the talks. Warren is running for the degree in Vocational Indus- floor, while the cash registerswere funds. Departments I mill said. they
That is almost half of the 30 in Group 2 seat, presently held trial Education from the Uni- pilfered by the robbers Tentative budget figures were not ready' with >i budget 1
the US-page proposed con- by Commissioner Jimmy versity of North Florida. 4 rqr and their contents placed in a compiled by Clerk Gilbert presentation.The t .
tract that was presented to the McRae. Warren said he believes this paper bag. Brown show the county now commission (|in//ed' the"
Bradford County'' School Police Chief Jimmy Bowenwas gives him insight into local yt 1'NS 6 yu' X19 aY On the first day of the trial. has$53,000 more to cut to balance Hampton delegation! closely.
Board June 5. Loper said the second qualifier in the', problems. Tuesday. July 22. 33 prospective the budget at 1666699. however citing reports that t
agreements had been reached city races. Bowen is unop- Warren Is married and has jurors were called beforea the latest figure on total ex- Hampton does not hone an
posed. two children. final six and one alternatewere pected revenue. !Main cut active lire department. The
(See Page 2) One must be a registeredvoter Winding up his first term as seated to try the case. down from $126.000 overagelast board noting that both I lampIcn -
and pay a fee in order to police chief, Bowen served on first to toss his halls the Those selected were RastusL. week was made when the and Brooker have city
School teacher Joe Warren
qualify. Qualifying opened the council from 1969 to B. volunteer<< fire department
city Aaron, Evelyn Tyler Bradford County Hospital
\tJlt l Itiunt ifTrterN July 21 and will close August 1971. He left that seat to run ring for the Sept.9 city election Incumbent when he Commissioner paid Ml 1120 Monday Jimmy Doris Williams Reed. Melody asked for $138.434 but said it requested they submit written
\ 19 at noon. Registration books, for police chief. The 41-year- morning to run against Cross Smith L.M. Moody and will pick up the costs of agreements' with the county
kept by the Supervisor of old Bowen was a patrolmanfor McRae.. Cleo Sullivan. Paul Meng is operating the ambulance ser- that they will go outside the
r Elections are open but close five years. He has worked McRae has been unopposed in for Bowen's vacated position.He serving as alternate juror. vice for which the county has city' on fire calls. The board
}I July 25, 45 days prior to the as a mechanic and he recentlysold the last two elections. He previously was unopposed in 1973, and The state's witnesses that been paying. The offer said it doesn't know how, it ti
election.It a local chain of laundriesto ;won over Dr. Calvin is In this election. had testified up to noon Wednesday enabled Brown to chop a legally I stands on giving tax
will cost a commissioner be a "full-time chief." Mrs. Elvira DeVoe. July 23 were A.R. $91.200 ambulance service monies to city fire departments
$120, the clerk $694, and the Bowen is married and has and Houpt Ewell, Lawson.Commissioner Merrill Edwards, 59, is a Bobby) Johnson, the store's figure out of the proposed bud- without such an agree
\ police chief $531 to qualify. two children. veteran of 16 years as city owner; J.C. Jenkins and Joan ment.
Commissioners earn $200 a The Group 2 incumbent Vernon Sil- clerk. He first won the post in Underhill, employees of the get.That would mean the county The Lawtey and Bradford
\ J month.The clerk earns $13,894a Jimmy McRae, is completinghis cox is ending his second termon 1959 when Carl Johns gave it store; Carl Stancil and Mack could get by with giving the Grimly Fire Departments are
year and the police chief fifth term in the city the council. Silcox, a 54- up. Edwards has not been Griffis, two of the victims in hospital an additional $31.493. incorporated independent
gets an $11,190 salary council. Upon One Wiggins' year-old Starke insuranceman beaten since, though he has the robbery; Special Investigator The board was noncommittalwhen agencies.
A 42-year-old Starke native retirement McRae, 44,. defeated Carlton Chas- been challenged several George A. Tomasovitch BCH AdministratorDick The commission Indicated
Warren is a radio and TV became dean of the council. tain and Ernest Allen in 1971 times.. of the Starke Police Department Edmondson and Auditor to Hampton It wants assurance
VACATIONBIBLE who conducted the Al Crippen Initially asked for of an active! department
SCHOOL investigation following the 140000. with serviceable equipment. ,
Evergreen Baptist Church \\ COUNCIL WARNED robbery; Mike Nettles who The BCH contingent left but The Hampton fire truck has
witnessed the escape of two of later BCH Board Member been broken down and the
July M.August 1 \ the robbers and Dennis Billy Dodd came back to town currently has no way to
f..m.-11 noon Holden. who was still on the explain to the commissionthat fight a fire. Arthur Bruno also
Ages thru teens \\ City Finances In Bad Shape stand at the Wednesday noon the $140,000 included said the Hampton department
SR-I2S N of Lawtey court recess. operation of the ambulance has not been getting calls,
e/ [ from the county jail when
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RUMMAGE SALE STARKE "You're in pad in the Utility Fund to -Backed the city zoning Ford chassis and body combination Raiford Sets the county board fire occurs. County Fire Chief
Sat.t a.m..I p.m.Starling's shape and it's going to get transfer to the General Fundto board in refusing to allow a seemed agreeable to the Harry Green in answer to a
old tore ," Clerk Merrill Edwards operate the city in June, the mobile home to be located in a "-Was told,' when Commissioner Census For request for the hospital, but no, question said his departmenthas '
St. Clair* Brown'toe Sts. warned ,the City clerk pointed out. It has long commercially zoned area in Harold Epps asked, affirmative action was taken made about a dozen callsto
----- ,Commission at its July 15 been the practice of the city to the city. Attorney George that the Dalewood sewer and Shared FundsThe Tuesday on any part of the the Hampton area. "
ZONING BOARD meeting. transfer funds from the power< Pierce said nothing in the city water project Is nearing completion budget.
Meets Tuesday. The \,.city spent $143.059 in plant to the General Fund. code prevents a residence and that a firm employed Raiford City Council: The commission has set "We want" an outfit that'sactive I
7:10p.m.: June, some $10.000 more than "You're going To be" hurting from going into a commer- by the bonding company has planned a census for the another budget work session Shuford now told, Chairman the Dave
Co. Courthouse the $135,437 received in ," the clerk 'ominously cially zoned area, but it can- has begun work on the first week of August at the next Monday night, July 29, at Hampton
----- revenue the veteran clerk warned not work to put a commercial unfinished,Reno project. > ,direction of the Bureau of 7 p.m., The county expects to firemen. Hampton, accordingto
Bruno, has taken its entire
TAX ADJUSTMENT .6 establishment ,into an area Economic and Business have a balanced budget some
told the\\\five commissioners. CommissionMarc -Agreed .to purchase two county allotment the past two
BOARD MEETS Rising costs of diesel fuel, Jackson asked when the diesel zoned residential.. acres of land and a house on Research. Katherine time in August prior to the years to make payments on a
Tuesday July 2ft salaries, and bond payments fuel would be advertised for Mrs.. Elda Gerkins' requestwas the corner of Washington and City Clerk new budget year which begins new$30.000 fire truck the town
:30 a.m. accounted for almost all the bids. Edwards explained that to override the zoning Orange Streets from Mrs. Alvarez will conduct the poll, Oct. 1. has on order with delivery
Co.Courthouse $143,000 expended, the' clerk government allotments ,still board's decision. Clerk Ed- A.E.: McKinney to.use to the results of which will havea the -, In addition to the hospital expected this November. In
----- said. \ control the amount of fuel.. wards told the applicant that,, enlarge the present city gar direct influence on delegation, the commission addition the town has 'also
Bradford County Diesel fuel for the city's Even when the city advertisesno in his opinion, all she had to do ale!'and storage area..The city amount of revenue receives.The sharing. listened to County Agent built a three bay fire house
HOSPITAL BOARD power plant just advanced one company other than Stan-, to get by the zoning board's will place a $500 binder for the fund the city will also be Bobby Taylor's request to Bruno said cost $12,000..The
Masts Tonight cent per gallon in price, from dard Oil. which ,has been objection..was .to operate a $',MO purchase. The council retain in his budget $3,687 fora town actually spent $18.000 In
7pm. 29.06 cents to 30.06. he said. the, with fuel the checking with the county as to' home economist, a position
supplying city small fruit stand from McKinney estate will accept a combin- the past year on the fire
At Hospital' That will mean a $23,000 per oil will have enough allot- mobile home, 20 percent down payment at the construction of a currently vacant. The board the delegation
t year increase in the cost of the ment to bid the clerk pointed ,nine percent: interest. ation tennis-basketball court after the meeting informally dorepdI.rlment. ,
,aBLit' ,
c bids for in the town. told Taylor It would '
Took approve
fuel to the city\ Edwards said. out ;- a new garbage Commissioner Dave
Donated toward
', Eommuntly) In June the city spent $56,256 "What it boils down to Is the ; truck body under advisement for the$100 State Softball aprogram The council has authorized .Ms request had Inspected the' Hampton
the with the volun- A good portion of the meeting
agreement )
for. by an
for diesel oil. and a total of federal government is controlling fire truck
Tournament to be held in Tuesday and said It
data Jank cubic teer fire department to house was spent talking to delegations
$68.743 for diesel 1 and natural free enterprise/ ,city staff. Bids on the 23: had
Starke water In thetank
in Commissioner no its
low mid-August. the fire truck in the space provided from volunteer firedepartment
body ranged from a
Mw Ie.wN U, gas to operate the power Jackson concluded. .
JMcwnH Marc Jackson lights were knocked:
out It
TM.Mk, plant, he said. \ In other action, the city $12.740 for a Garwood body In the newly constructedcity and county subsi-" .
p.rwn o.p..a. ."' ..._.c.... There was not" enough council: only tea high of $39,907.for a. '.8e Page 1)>)> hall and fire station ,dws.. The groups said .they c."h.-.''': .'1't :... '' ..
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New Budget...

Food Sales Hit $1O Million Locally I )would( not start' and Is not The Bruno Hampton as spokesman delegation said, Vt the ith"J..-.' II

t parked in the new fire house. town has been unable to get S*
., parts for the truck but expects !x
NEW YORK,July 12-Retail brought out in the annual every, dollar spent in retail restaurants and in other eat- and, in the South Atlantic City Finances..: to have it running in a lew -*:
business in Bradford County survey of the markets, con- stores was for such purchases. ing and drinking places. States, $1,718. supplies ammounted to From( Page I) days. y'
was at a higher level in the ducted by the Standard Rate What it produced, for If the expenditure for take-" $5,088,000, compared with the voted against the donation at a The commission did not cut <<:
past year than was expected, and Data Service. It shows supermarkets, grocery stores home food were uniformly The volume of business done prior year's $5,791,000. time when city funds are tight the budget amounts for any :X:
the final tabulations show. how consumers in each area meat markets bakeries and divided among the local by other retail establishmentsshows General merchandise stores -Agreed at Attorney fire department. The Bradford !>;
The sales volume compiledby of the nation spent their other food outlets was a sales population it would be that most of them recorded a total of $693,000 in George Pierce's suggestionnot County volunteers are %;
local stores indicates that moeny and for what. volume of $10,098,000. This equivalent to $2,117 per stood up quite well,despite the the year. In 1973 it was to admit in any case that asking $19.410. more than ::
local residents have been compares with the previous household. recession. $661,000. the city might provide low double the' $8,321 they #i
In Bradford County, a large ,. received last The other :i-'
coping with the recessionmore year's $9,125,000 voltage. The city pays $28,000) year.
successfully than have portion of it went for food. Not included is the amount Elsewhere in the United Sales of cars and other Those selling shoes hats, per year to insure itself three are in' the budget lor .<:;;
people in many parts of the Approximately 36 cents out of spent .for food consumed in States, the average was $1,693 automotive equipment and clothing and other wearing against damages from such ici.nticallmounts: LuvMey '?:
country. apparel grossed 1189000. as claims and wants its Insurance $4.4i6.(; Hampton $4.4Iill.) !( ;
However, although a My Neighbors against the previous company to answer any Brooker $1.3112.!> and .,Starke '':'
sizeable amount was spent Blaze Heavily Damages 1121000. such complaints. One such H.6UB.. *;:J
locally for food, clothing, Furniture and home furnishings claim is pending against the THE j: ,
home furnishings and other stores accounted for city now. Dub Khoden in- OFFICE :$:
goods and services, buyingwas 1308000. Their former total dicated through an attorney SHOP Cj
at a more restrained pace ,was $1,182,000. he intends to press the city for IS :>J
than it would have been if Union Generating Plant damages to his airconditionerwhich MOVINGTO
economic conditions had been he claims was caused to
normal.As Teacher malfunction by low city voltage
in other communities, WORTHINGTON SPRINGS scene about 3:45: a.m. in an- ley of Ocala, vice-president of ((10 EAsT
people cut back temporarilyon Fire heavily damaged a former swer to a call for a load of the firm, said the plant has CALL
-Noted the dump on
some of their discretionary Clay Electric generating water from Union Fire Chief been appraised at$1.3 million. Talks... city STREET
(Hood is now
spending. Most severely hit as plant in Worthington Springs Ron Prokop who directed. He said negotiations were Old Lawtey cited 964.5764'COME
a result were the markets for ........ early Tuesday morning but operations. under way for its sale to a (From Page I 1)) locked.the The city has been of Pollu-
automobiles and new homes. was contained in about three London, England firm for $1.6 for most but parts of some by Department SEE
The facts and figures on the "I don't know where he gets hours by area firemen and 11 Green said that damage million. were deferred. tion Control for the not'site.coveringgarbage Clerk OUR
local spending picture are Ms energy." trucks from Lake Butler, resulted from smoke and Mosley said the fire may Loper predicted one 'or two Edwards at said NEW
which had Merrill
water to be
Union County LaCrosse, Lake the fire out. used to have started when a pump in., days more of "hard bargain- residents left garbage at the STORE
City, Alachua Brooker, and put Auxiliary the sump shorted out. He discounted ing" this week with more to the MONDAY
Now OpenSkating equipment plant was burned, land (till site titter county
Bradford County. arson. come until complete
he said. Relatively little dam- agree- stopped covering it and before JULY 28
ment is made.Continued .
RinkHwy The fire was contained in a age shows from outside the the city locked the gates.
sump in the plant containing building Green said. He has My Neighbors progress like
could ward off
four 1,200 KW generators no idea what started the fire. Loper suggests
100 E. 1 Blk. E. Of Red Light Keystone Heights which were in working condi- went'to \\ill1 an "impasse" that otherwise LETTUCE 29Clb..
tion. Firemen had to work Alarm on the blaze would have been. declared
Union Chief Ron Prokop at July 23.
Open their the L
through lengthof
the metal building to get to 3:20: a.m. Tuesday. The blaze ... Negotiations are consideredto North Carolina South Fla.
Won Thurs 7:30-9:30, Sat. 3:00-5:00:: the hole in which the fire was ''was contained by 7 a.m. One >> be at an"impasse" if, after I
Union fireman was slightly 60 days from their beginning Beef Stake
7:30-10:00: : PM 9:30-: 11:30: 7:30-9:30: : raging., The plant was not in
injured slippedftpon i no agreement has
9:30-11:30: :: use.After .some oil and fell into healed reached. At. that time, a state
Sun 3-5 seeing where the fire oil about waist deep; he 'jWas mediator is called in to help
was coming from the fire was treated at the scene. *- with the decisionmaking.Loper 3
Admission (1' Per Session contained in a relatively short Clay Electric owned jhe denied that the nego- FOR
time, according to Bradford generating facilitY',,until i 73 cw.w. tiations might be at.a stale
Includes Skates tl Fire Chief Harry Green. The when it was sold to the At as- "Sounds like .It's for you. mate, saying "We are not in 29' $1
Bradford truck reached theaooooooeoooooooc Worthington.Corp.. G.W. os- dear." 'any way in 'impasse'," and Lb.
added that at this point
--=":"'" >ooooooooooooooo neither side intends to call a
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mediator. Home Grown .

> Eddie School Douglas Board negotiator expressed CUCUMBERS ''

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: morning interview.He "'"'": 6o49Fresh
said the negotiations are '\ .
"coming along real well," but ', iI\w.\ :.,:': '
oj 'e r I added that he did not have \ .., '
any \.,' Load Of Georgia
when the '
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\ agreementon'
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LAKE BUTLER "1 don't Jackie Johns as bookkeeperand provisions being that the city Street by the Farmers and restroom walls at the city
see how the council can Mary Lou Perkins, as city would pay for the cost of Dealers Bank and Lyman park to remove embarassing
obligate the city for $160,000for clerk. vandalism each year in ex- Green's'' Restaurant. The obscenities written there' by
the benefit of maybe as In other matters at Wed cess of $500. request was denied when it
J I r / many as 30 families. nesday's meeting the The council agreed to have was determine that no ac of
x.3 1 JS"tPp' "For that kind or'an ex- councilHeard: the doors installed in ac cidents had occurred at the Florida has five aperies
y penditure of money a lengthy report cordance with the $360 intersection since' the signalwas halOs the largemouth bass
r would involve the on the high cost of vandalismthat estimate. removed several months the Florida largemouth bass, ,
> + issuance of bonds The keeps on occurring at the ---Denied a request by one ago the Suwannee bass, the ,
r i + repayment of the principal restroom facilities at the city city resident to re-install the -Approved the purchase spotted baas and the redeye.
,. and interest would be by a tax recreation park traffic signal light on Main of enough paint} to redo the bast j'
levy on the of Larry Powell, county ,
property every
r.. ,, ....wr, _,. :au. W.,:, .. _.,wP.-.,... .,,.,,. land owner in Lake Butler. I recreation director, said that ;;;;:;=00; -
don't think it would be right to '$363 had been expended for
Junior Boys bascballers. aged 13-15 are tl(l-r): tax every resident just for the plumbing repairs and do /' QUALITYGUARANTEED ''
First row: AI Chapman. Roger Mitzell Jerry Sullivan Robert Edmondson Dinky Kilby, benefit of a few" stated suggested the expenditure of 00
Chub Johnson,' Danny Ilildebran and Steve Or iff is. Councilman Bill White, $360 more for installation of i
Second row: Gene Tanner Craig Scott, Handy Corbin Wade Winkler Terry Blalock, Jeffery. Wednesday July 9, at the metal doors so they could be
Norman and Coach Randall Davis. regular monthly meeting of locked up at night, since thatis .
the Lake Butler City Council. when most of the vandalism CUSTOM BUILT HOMES '
"If the property owners takes place. ,
State Junior want sewer and water ex- "That's the same old story. i
TourneySet tended to the Strickland We spend more and more b- 2nd J.nlnl
Heights Subdivision, I think it money year after year for the y
would only be fair for them to same thing.''
At Westside Park come up with a large part of The city had leased the park 496-2185
the money it would take to get to the Parks and Recreation
the job done? White added. Board, with one of the -- -
r The Florida Junior Boys p.m. Saturday night with the The Starke Junior Boys are The council voted against
1 ages 13-15, State Slow-Pitch finals to be played Sunday coached by Recreation Direc- the proposed expenditure
$. Tourney (ASA) will be held afternoon 1:30: p.m. tor Randall Davis. because of the high cost of the
-. this Saturday July 26 and project.
,5 Sunday. July 27, .at Westside It had been under study for DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY'SLIVING
i, Park Athletic Field. Electric Department the last several months Y
following a request made "
Thelourneywillhaveteamsparticipating upon the council by a few ,

$t' Merrill Melbourne Island Satellite from, Cocoa Arcadia Beach Kock- City Agree On Terms which extension residents is for to outside sewer the subdivision and the water city, mUJ(3' ( mil I I J. mUUJ

ledge and Starke: The winner limits:
.; will advance to the National A recently completed study
Tournament this year being Of .EmploymentSTARKE by an engineering firm fromJacksonville ;
held in Satellite Beach. estimated the '

-'' : Members of the The council was willing and cost The of prison 160000.inmate overloadat ROOM SUITE
Starke participated in last city Electric Department with said it wants to grant employees the Lake Butler Reception ..
iJ! year's tourney and placed their union representative and a pay increase but and Medical Center has in *1 ., .0 )t -
second in that event to Haines the Commission reached simply cannot say this far
overtaxed the
City turn
City who did not enter a team tentative July 15' from Oct. 1 whether the Plant in

r'a.m.I this morning First'year.and will games will begin match Saturday at Rack 9:30: m employees the The the city.18 first Electric have written ever Department had contract with expenses fact the money council the will money rising be worried available.due situation to Inflation with has In- Lake Councilwoman population She said Butler Disposal the at RMC present Margie according had inmate Cason.now to IB ((3DI( ] ( UJIB(3( (D I3I

and Arcadia. The and fuel costs.
employees now have the reached more than 1,600 and
5'second game will see the local terms of their employment Mayor Charles Schaefer with 340 employees at the ,1 t,) : ,,f '
J Starke Boys take on Merritt spelled out in black and white, said he was willing to agree to facility was proving almost ,: til'!1 r: !: '..SiY .H' ONLY Save 70
i Island al 11 a.m. West Melbourne a step which employees Ed the contract because it basic- more than the sewerage t' ". .. 1
will then take on the ally includes benefits the cityis 1"" '' '
and Bill Chambers JI9. II\l\
could handle.
Conway treatment plant Jit'l.N::
itw \vinner of Game No. 1 at 12:30: termed real progress for their already giving employees., Mrs. Cason suggested that ( ," ';;!." "" :Ii"" "'. ,... oJ ,. -, 'SPANISH
3;; {meet While the Satellite winner of Beach Game will No. department Still subject to negotiation is I'a The times contract regular also wages includes for prison the system's officials overload be advised and of'a EARLY. ;AMERICAN' ,: \SOFA ', SOFA & CHAIR
The semi tinalu overtime and in Instances "
J'r2, at 2 p.m. the 10 percent wage increase some -< study be made for corrective ; M'Sjfa. :/ i -
;t. ,.. game is scheduled for 9:30Ha'i : included in the package with if that the wages. It two marks times the first regular time'' action without too much delay. \ 'P J.t.; t..Cov at;.- -Avocado. BackgroundTmf Solid Blue Seat With Loose Pillow
cannot come up The KMC was constructedon
.-. city In two the city will have paid higher land donatedfor .i; ,,1)o'rkwood; \ ( 3 Loose Seat
;. raise for all employees. than regular wages for over-,, 500 acres of "; ( Back In Powder Blue and WhiteVelvet
of "
hours of talking the night that by Union
purpose pJlloVBackk
; /
i'CUShJO"S'AttQCned "
: :
time. The council
July 15 with three electric County, and the sewerage f' .
a '
,Y.. and this for awhile but agreed'to :t.\.l : !' "\ Bolsters. for Ends of Sofa
department employees disposal plant was built by 'B''t'Sti''h''t1V Cu ve '
i 'oBac
.eo it because they expect a C, :f! '' ,
assistant busi Butler the ,, .
Lake through
Frank O'Steen
jJ. ,' ;'" and Side of Chair
''to. '
;.:r 1f ness manager for Local 1205 of court mandatory ruling that shortly cities making'/a it., cooperation of the Division of ,? ; t ':r:;;t"ki w1;(Nlt; ,:;''.t:.!.5P 1t:;; 'II'I', .; !'' .t., .. "tM": .,.-..

C'1:31'"" :.ZfE T 1 ,rti .of the Electrical International Workers Brotherhood, AFL- councilman overtime wages admitted and because pay that!)is:' of Corrections Ife construction, who at contracted the time t" 'f. s81'":
11"y 'CIO, the wage increase was with the city of Lake Butler .
\\ .
:: the only item on which compete the practice of most em for sewerage'disposal. The il 1, '- : Mf'<""" '. h' '
; .lifeleu that1 faultleia.
.' accord was not reached. players plant was designed for a "' '
P.,;.;: The council approved the maximum capacity at RMC of Save MOO pNLYilS; \ ,6100;
motion made' ONLY ;
contract on a 3.2 800 inmates, Mrs. Cason said., 1 : t t1,.:, 'J/:

seconded by Councilman by Jimmy Councilman McRae that Mayor a further John study ests the .' :, I ; : t;; ',,

Starke Paint Harold Marc Jackson Epps.went Councilman with them matter Y; be Haloes made Mrs.by attorneyHal Cason EARLY AMERICAN WING BACK ;'f? :' SdFil.CHi t ,

over the objections of Mayor and new councilman Tommy .. ;, \ ... i .
Center Charles Schaefer and Vernon SOFA & CHAIR :, ) k"".3' ;
Spires. .: iBright; Gold Tweed Ftevii J.tl: ; ,
,. Slcox. In the re-organizational :!I. ; ( t p ,; )

441 W Madison St \ 964-8181 Councilman Immediately Jackson afterward moved session of Hal the new Y. Maines council Nylon Avocado Tweed 3 Reversible ft;,!y, Cushjb, :s-KickP: | Jft ats ,t ;;' ,

that the city eliminate all but render the oath of office to Foam Cushions-.Tufted Back 0; ',1 Deep dlamoncijTuf ted'iacl; '
overtime. McRae r '
Summer emergency first-termer Tommy Spires :\ ":\$ 1 i-.
seconded the motion and it. ;,rvrf1'; ''r&' IA1!t, :j, ?
t and John Shaw who is n"& I"',. ;. ........., ..\',\' f ? "vrwfMSilai\ '
I passed unanimously. beginning his fourth two-year i ftf. ': rv" ,1, 'i ;
j, Specials Jackson said the city can term. pe41. 986 Sale Price *299 95 ,' '.P 4. t 'Sal: ci :
lake money it has been paying Shaw was unanimously re- ... ''39 1.i\ hJ'M\!;' tr.t.tj: : ,, w,;. t. i. :....:.,.') ..t.. "f'J;
out for overtime some $38,000 elected to begin his second, '. .
r On OutsideHouse in 1974-75 to date, and hire term as Mayor and Mrs. '; %( ;f.'.,''''''
I more much employees overtime.to eliminateso Cason was chosen to serve as ;1 lili1-'I-; : ;;; '. t"i) k' ,'--/$1.,, : 1 ONLY_ S ave $90 |

i Paint after Schaefer"It sure 5 p.m.Jackson means," said no said turn-ons Mayor'that year.seated vice-Mayor The new reappointed council for the after Hal coming being Y. ;' S '". :. : SOFA, HIGH BACK CHAIR

employees could be put in : x.CI
Maines as city attorney; O.B. mRev.rsible
$595A shifts to help that situation. Dukes as fire chief; C.W. 'J: A' ' i": ''. t} < AND LOW BACK CHAIRSpanish
I Gal Brannen as chief of police .. } Cushions, ;. | ,

I 'To $9 45 Gal h 7trV and superintendent of water, <. :c' i.f'.f''l'; ;iSs! se' fi"D';;' ec kecivbbrcJ': ::; '' \ Styling Open Arm '

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The Sweetest Str 'D6errle.I'Ais Side Heaven

Cunningham Takes Men Title
Page TELEGRAPH July' 24.1975

-' J. Undefeated all season ley Sheffield also had a home week Smith Brown Indepen- the season saw the second and Machine second place team
Cunningham has won the 1975 run and led behind Carlton at dents defeated First Metho- third place teams end up with waltzed past Smith Brown bya
Men's Slow Pitch SoftballLeague the plate going 3for4.In dist 8-4. another win each. tune of 232. Green Machine
title over Green other games the same The last two games, ending Pine Air Farm Green ouin!t Smith Brown 20-2. Steve
Machine and third place Allen went 3-for-4 for Green
r Dodd's Sunoco. Cunninghamhas Machine. Stan Cotney and
rolled up 20 straight wins. Eddie Douglas both has home
In the last week of men's runs.
play Cunningham won their The third team,
final game downing Brooker UIII Dodd's Sunoco First
164. Cunningham outhit Methodist 11.4.Cunningham.
Brooker 21.4.Leading ....; and Green
hitter for CUnningham I Machine will be representing
was Kenneth Carlton ". Starke in the Men's Open Sub-
going 4-for-4 with a triple, two '." district Tournament being
doubles and a home run. Wes- .;',.. ''' t'C C held in St. Augustine this
1t i m -- week. The tournament will
,' .. ,. run through the weekend.Dodd's .
Madison St. Has r r ,
.. Sunoco will be
First Place Spot representing Starke in theMen's
Class A Sub-district in
., ., Fernandina August10..

Church Madison defeated Street Morgan Baptist .",',,. .,,- c C C L
Road Baptist 15.3 Monday Swim
night to keep their first place 0
spot in the Women's Church
Softball League.In .
the other evening game, ProgramOut

Dixie: Youth All-Stars playing in the District 7 Baseball Tournament In Orange Park this Grace Hope Baptist Baptist.nudged 8-5;bf } \1.
week (I-r)
are : '
Madison Street haswon all
First row: Ricky Edmomlson, Bill Goodge,Chuck Johnson, Rowdy Waters Donald Stewart, of its. games since thprogram ThisSummer
Ronald Stewart.
Buck row: Ricky Sullivan, Kenny Griffis, Jerry Lock, Mike Jackson, Dwayne McBride, month. s Jbeginnipg v this .
Ralph Green Tony Williams.
Playing every Monday C'
night, the next scheduled -
games are set for July 28, with t ''j I STARKE At the behest of
Dixie Youth All-Stars Win 6-4 Hope Baptist meeting k n ty Member Arthur Gaskins, the
Madison Street and Grace School Board finally decided
Baptist playing, Morgan Road. Monday night, July 14, there"
Over 0 P Team In District Bid The final game ill'set Jor will be no 1975 summer swim-
August 10, when a trophy will ming program in Bradford
be presented.' X County.
ORANGE PARK Starke's the second inning when Ricky after Tuesday's win was third Other places are second
all-stars eased their way 6-4 Edmondson singled to score place. A win Wednesday night Hope Baptist; third, Grace Recreation The board was pressed for a
past Bel Med American of Kenny Griffis who had would lift the Starke team to Baptist; and fourth, Morgan Gulf stone lI Cunningham decision by Coach Mike Sex
Orange Park in the District 7 walked. Bill Goodge put the no worse than second. Road. v Ronnie Thomas and 1 eight. Kneeling rParesWesley Sheffield, Kenneth ton, coordinator of the
Dixie Youth Baseball Tourna- local team ahead 4-3 with his Winner of the District: 7 In its second summer, the Jim Lewis Terry Ilardee. Standing: Rick Bennett, Jimmy Thomas, Lamar Sanford, swimming program for the
ment here Tuesday night. homer in the third. tourney will go to the state League has grown from threeto Billy Lane Sibley,and Fred Wheeler.x past nine years. Sexton said
Mike Jackson hurled a slick Goodge also knocked home Dixie Youth playoffs the four teams. "We hope to get he needed to know one way or
four-hitter and his all-star the fifth Starke run in the week of Aug. 4 in West Floridaat other denominations involved the other because he had
teammates backed him with fourth inning when Jerry Lock Milton. ," said Mrs.. Olivia people waiting to see when
eight hits, including home walked, was sacrificed to The Starke all-stars are Harper of Madison Street.. they would go to work in the
runs by Dwayne McBride and second on Ricky Sullivan'sbunt coached by Jerry McGrif and "We want to get something ... program scheduled to begin
Bill Goodge. Jackson allowed ,' stole third, and scoredon Randall Davis. going," she said. .;.'I .. over a week ago.,
three runs in the first Inning, the Goodge's single. 'S'
then settled down to a good Tony Williams singled in the 'm" \ The $8,000 program was not
solid pitching job in which he sixth inning and Mike Griffis, WinsWomen's .. t / ', o included in recent budget
struck out seven and walked who had walked, scored in the Dampier 5p planning in which principals!
five. hit to end! the game 64. and staff had to cut some
Starke broke the ice in the The Starke all-stars were : $300,000 after a three percent
lop of the first, going ahead 2-0 scheduled to play another OP .r '1t : cutback in funds from I the
when lUcky Sullivan singledand team, Bel Med National Wednesday -, Title .gym state.
McBride followed with his night after this edition .
homer. Bel, .Med American of.-,.&the .{Telegraph.*,weoUOo<*1-1n playoff'games Thursday! deciding champion, every 1 Only hope for the programhas
went ahead :3-2 in the Jackson's reSs. Bel Med Artderlcan beat '
July 17, Dampier defeated one was a little tensed up as been talking the State
shaky first inning, the Middleburg 8-1 and Bel Med Independent Merchants for the game began. Dampier Department of Education intoa
three runs coming on one hit, National beat the Lake Butler the Women's Slow Pitch Soft- came back showing not to be' two-year payback of$168,000
two walks, and a hit batter. all-stare 11-0 Monday night. ball League Championship in worried very much and again S; the county owes the state after +
Then Jackson settled down Middleburg and Union County defeated the Merchants for that it
two straight games.Independent receiving more money t;
and held the OP team score- played the second game Tues- Merchants won two straight games thus giving earned for several years,
less until the fifth inning when day night; since both were the first game by a close score them the first place title in : going back as far as 1968. If +
Joey Golder homered for the beaten Monday night the loser of 98. Merchants outhit Dam-' the Women's League., the board had been able to half t
OP team's fourth and final stood to be eliminate pier 108. J. Wilkerson led L : ".. the payback, the extra $84.000
run.Starke from the tourney. Merchants at the plate going Both teams will be playing would have been used to
tied the 3-3 in The worst Starke could do
game three for three. Lynn Page in playoff tournaments within re.employ aides, the swim
"'- and Joy Maines both went two the next few weeks. ming program, and con-
for three. will be representing Stare in "I tingency funds.
Carol Stephens led Dam- the Women's Class A Sub-dis ,
J & J Contractors piers going two-for-four. trict to be held here in Starke Though Supt. Richard

Dampiers came back and August 1.3.Independent. Jockel said Monday night he
defeated the Merchants 8-5 for Merchants will has not given up on securingthe
Cement And MasonryAll the first time in the second be the host team' of ,theWomen's Members of the Dodd's Sunoco team which finished third In the Men's Slow Pitch Softball delayed payback. A letter
half of league play.' Class' A District, League are (l-rt from Woodrow Darden, assistant
Work Guaranteed Redding led Carol being held here' also, August 8-' Front row: Manager L.E.. Gllpin. Donald Wheeler, Lloyd Allen, Tommy Wise Randall to Slate Education Commissioner
plate going two-for-two. 10. t Thomas, Lynwood Kitchens, and Donnie Bagwell. Ralph Turlington,
Free No Cheryl Crosby had two hits for Games for'Tourdannegqts'will Back row: Dean Johns Steve Thomas Paul Wheeler, Brian Johns, Johnny Brown Ralph said the decision to prorate
I the Merchants. be played at Westside Gilpin.and Raymond Thomas. Not shown: Dlnnle Wise, Jim Duncan Lloyd Gilpln. Steve Cox. would be made by the State
With the first two games Park and the High School Cabinet. To get the cabinet to
Estimate 'Obligation split and the third game Field. agree, Darden wrote Jockel

f'1; the county will have to prove
I .- that without the $84,000 it can-
.. not carry on a sound educational
[ 473-2000 program, that it is mak-
.j : ing the maximum local effort.
... Maximum local effort would
,1 Ltd probably mean levying the
U .. maximum possible eight mill

O s tax levy Darden wrote.
KILL FLEAS The School Board is presently -
levying seven mills and
has taken a hard line to date

5% Sevin Dust BY NEIL CRAWFORD .. u $ about raising taxes this year.
$69 i Ch Former Supt. Jim Temple
Bassmasters had their ters I would like to congratulate recommended against raising
4 Lb. Bag Reg. 219 hands full July 18 on the SantaFe Harold on a job well done. ?I IA local taxes at the same time
Lake. The night was long, J.E. Denmark was winner \ 'J the state Is contributing less to
and the fishing was short. of this award during 19721973. the county education system.
.... SAVE NOW ON THE Bass fed in the late eveningand Nell Crawford was winner in. "Why don't we go ahead and
WHO at about midnight, then ; give them an answer?" Gas-
... TORO YOU WANT. again at 6 a.m. Saturday.Don 1974.August begins a new Bass- r ,. !kins asked his fellow board
Brown and I fished master year. members and as Sexton was
Self Propeled or Push Melrose Bay all night. Acti- The top six Bassmasters of pressing for a decision..
Key Lectric
: "
vity in this area was pretty the 1974-75 season will have a iS' i Chairman Rodney Hall suggested -
lit Or Manual Start SAVE $OA AUGRASSMASTERS good after dark. You can shoot out Sept. 6. This is the -S : and the board agreed,
1 always tell when bass are bit- classic that all Bassmastersare that without the two year pay
t ing slow, though because the excited about. : I .... .. back no funds are available
boats are on the move. This is You must finish in the top ., for the swimming program.
not the best time of year to six in order to fish the classic. With it looking more doubtful
20440-21" Cut fish Santa Fe. Bass fishing Several bassmasters were ,. """- than ever that a two-year pay
Reg. '219" 18995 will pick up in that area after threatening to move into the rI back can be secured: Board
,l the water cools. top six, but when they came in t ''Y t Member J.T. ParrUh>moved
20550-21" S.P. 2399S All boats returned to the contact with Santa Fe Lake to delete the swimming program -
Reg. '269'NM landing Saturday morning by they found old Big Mouth had Member of the Green Machine team which finished In second place In the Men's Slow Pitch this summer. Gaskins
9 a.m. that common disease knownas Softball League are (l-r>: gave the second and the vote
e VS.P.4K.E.2799S As Don and I approachedthe "Lock Jaw." The lake will Front row t Matt hull Donald Falcon Dwight Elder Manager Sidney Jackson, and Stan Col' was unanimous. Supt. Jockel
Reg. '309" landing we could tell that be selected at a later date for ney. said Wednesday morning he
some of the Bassmasters were the classic. Back row: Manager Hurry Hatcher. Bill Kelton, Eddie Haien, Bob Allen; Eddie Douglas has still not getting
SAVE 20 ON SAVE '30 ON displeased with their catches. The top six Bassmasters pf Randall McGee and Gary Melvln.Not shown: Johnny Powell Gene Melvin, Danny McKinney. the two year payback, that he
After all boats weighed in, this season are Harold Bran-> Andy Harmon,, planned to phone Darden.
WHIRLWINGS GUARDIANSPeg6o.139" H.F. Wiggins and R.F. Bryant ham, Don Thompson, Neil 1 ........... ,igain on the matter
were declared winners.; Don Crawford, Pat Welch Jody and Sons Fiberglass and Boat boat, but'instead the "nut"
classic that caps the I'm
S11995 2150021"Reg.( S16995 Thompson and Jody Starling Starling, and Don Brown.As .,- Shop a few days ago. I noticed I behind the wheel is too big. looking for some new year.faces to I
second. vice president and
199 placed public
several boats had been in an The 1974-75 season was our r
be in the top six during the
Neil Crawford landed the i relations officer and on behalf
accident. I asked Mr. Griffis most productive year dealing
16173-21" 21 610-21 "S.P.$9Qg5 largest bass during the of the bass club I would like to 1975-76 season.
J139 about these boats what with old big mouth. We had
Reg. '159" Reg. '239" tournament. This was the last express appreciation to Mr. caused the accident, was the three outstanding tour- Earl Muse has a log chain their 30th July 14th. *
tournament for the 1974-75 ,Bob Ferguson and his staff fore for a stringer, says he won'tlose I wonder now Nita and
16273-21": 21711.21" S.lf boat in the water or on a naments. February on the St.
'g S17995 Prop.I.d K.y.Ltct S23995 season. making it possible for the.Bassmasters trailer at the time of the accident Johns, May on Santa Fe Lake any more F.F. Marie' persuaded these twoBasamasters
Prooel d R 1 aa' Bryant is looking a log
".fl '299"lOtIM Harold Branham grabbed'the i to put an articlein ? and the June night tourna- to take a day off
Bassmaster of the Year the Telegraph during the Two out of {the three that ment on Rodman. All in all we chain that to make Evlnrude him a .reacted from fishing to say "I do."
award accumulated 1974-75! season. says Aa know, our regular
having : were wrecked were on a did not have a bad tourna you
1,002 points this year. Looking back over the past trailer.' ment. Some of us Bassmas- up and cut his stringer and monthly meeting Is held the
1st 539 East Call St. This award Is given at the 12 months, It has been short Mr Griffis says that con- tern\ might look back and say caused him to lose some fish. third Tuesday of each month.
ONTIOL.PH.. 964-5745 end of each year to the Bass- but safe. No one had an acci- sideringall boat accidents that ,we should have fished harder, like On behalf of the club I would Make a special effort to be
master who lands the most dent during the 12 tour-, happen, it runs about 50-50' but actually I really believewe to congratulate two fine present at the next meeting
pounds of black bass during naments. As a club, we strive Fifty per cent on water, 50 per all put forth 100 per cent Bassmastera and their wives' as we will elect new officers:
a ttatetM son Bill and his wife
the 13 scheduled for accldent-free TUley Marie. for the upcoming ,'
,monthly tournaments. cent on trailers. He said accidents effort in all 12 tournaments. year'Bass
t Complete Profession/ Peat Control Service: tournaments.On on water cannot all bebjamed ,The 74-75 season Is history celebrated their 28th anniver- .... ,
behalf of the Bassmas- I was out to Woodrow Griff sary July 11. Julian McRae wishes
on overpowering with the exception of they
p. and his wife Nita celebrated Neil Crawford

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I I ;jky I

.- #e t &: Clearance/

U.S. 301 South Jlllrnruru 0JJJ( (! Jrul Q Starke, Fla. GOOD,THURS thru Sole I

SUN JULY 24 21
Open Mon Wed 9 to 8 SHOPPING CENTER Thurs Sat 9 to 9 -Sun 12 to 6 -

-- Golden",!"" LADIES 'iPATIO

',. -iffWi BREEZE ?*>* UMBRELL

o. r :, x f ,, '. 6' x 6' Crank Operated Umbrella
Captain Lane Sibley championship trophy for the BOX FAN I
accepts 't
with fancy 4"
Men's Softball League for title holder Cunningham Gulf from SNORTDENIM S I1 N, y' fringe.
1:0 Diane Jordan of the Starke Recreation Department. r "' Solid color with bright floral liner.
1 20" Fan, 2 speed
n. ,,,l I switch,plastic blade.
',Report Due Today "=*-- J'c c-! I #2072 $'OOO ''

1 $1988
lit '
On Roof $1388
; Leaking 't ,' t" "'
'" ''STAKKE A special meeting not time to have the request 'II'
i of the Bradlord School approved both U.S.District
Hoard Is set at 5 p.m today Court officials and the ONE RACK
(Thursday July '24)) to hear, Department of Health, Education GIRLS WHITE GYM SHOES $ 33 ROSE TRELLISQ77
Architect Craig Salley's and Welfare office in ., LADIESTOPS
report on a topographical survey Atlanta before plans must be
of the Bradford High site. finalized for this,fall's I school Outstanding Value> SUMMER VALUE I IDIAMOND3'
and to;roofer's report on the term.Was
!leaking' BUS gym roof. told by Jockel that a
The three new buildings al negotiations mediator has ASSORTED
Bradford High are lower than been assigned the system by
the'' surrounding ground and the I'KKC. Ihe stale Public ': STYLES AND STEEL WOOL
Salley told the board last week Employees: Relations Com- / 1
he is, )\'orried about getting mission. ': B:3' 25C
proper drainage elevations In ; I CpORL.OCRES SO MANY USES!
the two new BUS buildings he ', LIMIT 4Sunsuit3 ,
lo is to erect in the next year. Ee LEVEL 1 ,
Water has run into the newb.
ji. buildings, when hard rains. '<*? WnSTCHUKHCircus GOLDEN "FIEDGERTRIMMER t CHILDREN'SPLAY
..qicome up suddenly THROW
-m The board will also hear a .'' : ,.;.JIIP' .
on what it will take to \
repair a leaking gym roof the RUGS
board had replaced two years purioa atalt111N9N1 '
ago. Salley said Ihe roof is 2 H.P. Briggs & Stratton: engine.
u I tics oI+ rn tta ASSORTED
'*., talking because fell at its ( Rewind starter. 9" blade with 7 dif-. /'- WEAR
'...iupex, has'!!! parted The archi.J. ferent cutting angles. Wide grip, f/:' PATTERNS
tecl questioned if proper non-snagying design. 3%" cutting .1
:in!. ?,hoard material is was interested used.The in finding school depth.rubber-tired steel tires.Red .'i'..... | ,, AND COLORS
is covered baked enamel finish. ikr\; : W I
( out if the leakage "JfY Shorts
,jw. under a bond. j >"", 2
,f..t The leaking roof has -' .. and Sets C
,,, .
allowedwater to fall on the $ 7 7
III' $6688
gym floor buckling it in one
jiac-e. Salley said. BUY NOW 3 t.. f
The board asked for quick ,
Jon action on the gym roof hence .. #E6005 SAVE
j.: the special'meeting at' 5 p.m. Day Friday
',"'- today.In'other action July 14, the At Pinp Level LADIES BOY'S ,
xhchool! board:
')!' t TWO PIECESKIRT f.. .
-Sol a staff 'study with '
Member Pal Spongier work "Circus Day featuring ,, GYLSHOES.. '; GLIDER
; and stunts 'iyw r. xlntani' "" '"" ".q
I II.L lI""ith.Ahe. titallort.pJsibl, () ,pony rides games LevelBaptist tot ,
Pifte i
is Friday at the .
.lllnm..lwnufllouhll'.oUIc.'S toit j- Roomy for 2 peo-
Vacation Bible School.:
} l Ijiwlcy. us :suggested twice ple., Tubular steel
It will be from 9 a.m. to 1:30:
'r IK'I"! (now iasKins..by; Board iticrnix'rlrlhur'r p.m. at the church located _ _ _ _ Baked construction.MANY enamel.
i. three miles west of Starke on
Authorized l hid requests
finish.i Assorted
Highway too. Two-year-olds
lor milk lax 110n.flll"lllc'ms.
'it.11> and;oil. p'S1! conlrol seril .- through eighth graders are White colors with white
will be served.
, nvited. Lunch frame.
< vice! (! und purchase orderXi ) PRICE Ideal Forp Q33
( lofins.i \;
ol Added uninsured molorist Values To *1 TBB I Summer ,
.n!' and! maximum I1ll'cllC'lIl11\; \' .i \ Time FunlSTATES !
.m inoiiU-fovtTiigt' \ 10 its school
\rliiclo fleet( Jit an additional NORTH --
Girt $1.400.( FENCE
b .Was .lokl by Altorno.\ BORDER
til-lie Shaw !lhit: (ho proposal ICE$19.8: Y
\9.,, lo Leap" the\ .sixth grade atf. l I vs'- IM |':Attractive!' wrought EACH
.1. \l.a\\loy Klcnit-nlary; next sear 8om flaY that mayflowers u, ,"': __ Iron styling Durable
cult >r<>v<*nl fret-kirn. .
is |
is nut t 'a..i\lc'IIl'l'auNe\ (there ,--.r
l\\ 1 tJ white or black poly
,d,[_-h.I _i.. .rJr- styrene Safe no
--- TT sharp points! 36" $ FREEZER
From r lj sections with "But-,
I |(fe':;;\ Lox couplers.PICNIC ELECTRIC

a PeddlersJackson's STILL IN TIME CHAIR "

:. Home I I FOR ENJOYMENT SUMMER'S! Matches glider. Heavy tubing frame. t ;
$ 8- 8 Assorted colors with white frame.
3 4 WOOD GRAIN Baked enamel finish.

IL11II'I1WtJjjULllUk' ) DESIGN II ,._.

=-___ _. SETWHEEL $788


'11 9641'-6078. Seamless tray 35" x 27yt" x 7J4". 4 Cu. _---- '
't Ft. capacity. Pneumatic tire with ball '
Framing Lumber bearing' PAPER
$'Q988 -- TILLER

b No.2 PINE #31"
a' Size' 8' 10' 12' 14' 16' EACH 5 .HORSE POWER,
j 2x4 119 1.54 1.86 2.17 2.77 PADDED WHITE ONLY EASY START, $22300

!w 2,x 6 1.78 2.23 2.68 313 4.08 CHAISELOUNGE RUBBER-TIRED

II'b 2x8',', :.' 3.83 5.10 $2388Q88. 'LIMIT69C STEEL TIRES.CANNING .


::' Utility Trusses MATCHINGCHAIR $ FLOOR 1

o.t '

II $G00 "
A Type I'P'. .
12"3MEa.OR I JARS FLOOR TILES | Folding wooden frame with

"Ap'prbx'A $150 by Armstrong strong 20 oz. canvas seat ,
Type Ea.Utility "$ 5 7 end back. Assorted colors.
12' Bow Type ,21 *"x18%x33". /
J\ 3 '$
t', Framing ) QUARTS' ?.1 O999JLM '

,f-. .' .. g 11dc:-.. : PKQ. OP NINE 88 4

2.'.I,3"2"x4" Culls ,25' Ea.s PINTS $33:7 MANY COLORS'ANDPATTERNS $12" _

49' Ea., ,. TO
2"X4"7'- :
,: ,; _. '. 1D ZTAIII CHOOSE FROM Us .
I..T '2'k 4". Pre Cot Stud 19' Ea.

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. At Hope BaptistA .F
special Appreciation Dayis 0 P j F P O P 0 P a I ---" -.-------
set for July 27 at Hope
Baptist Church near. Keystone I I l Ill I I I
Heights on SR-100. DIAL PENN
will be in honor of COLGATE ill BOTTLE
The day
the Merle Church's Packham pastor and,The his wife Rev., I TOOTHPASTE i I BATH 1 I C 1ili I I CENTRE COURT 1

Margie by program church, and recently members.the approve- I SALE IS' OFF PRICE LABEL REFLECTS I SIZE BALSAM vl I '" OF 100ASPIRIN I I TENNIS BALLS

Rev. Packham has been CONDITIONER I I i CAN OF
pastor of Hope Baptist Churchfor
22 and all former SOAP 9 100 5 GRAIN U.S.P.
and present members,as wellas EXTRA HOLD LIMIT 1 I ( Irln LIMIT ONE I I A-, q'+ I Ia
friends, are cordially Invited as USLTA
to attend the special day. BARS I I I I I
Sunday school will begin at

worship 10 a.m.a.m.with hour and The will the Rev.begin regular Edgar at 10 17 OZ. I I / I I I- II /.

Wilkinson Wilkins was preaching.the first church Rev. LONE I I FIR I I REG. 11 I I I
member to be ordained under j
the Packham.ministry of Rev. 7 I I PRICE I i t LIMIT

Dinner on the grounds, with
each dish church of food member, will follow bringinga the .1 I 11 I I REG. ONE !

morning At 2 p.m.worship The hour.Rev. Dale I 1 I LIMITREG.2 BARS 1 I WITH COUPON THRU 7/26 1 I 2.99C. '
member to be ordained under I _____ \rtitea./f-\: .__rItllttt./ ,_____III- _____t.. /

the Packham ministry, will: deliver of Rev.a I 0 .\ l uabl,... ulanamtmlf !J.IJ r1 C. 1 ua P ,... uQon _%I 0 ri i 0 'E1I


State Task ForcesA 6 OZ REG 104 57 3 TYPES LIMIT 1 REG. 70Z. 1

number of local and x WITH COUPON THRU 7/26 4- I WITHCOUPONTHRU /28 I WITHCtlUPONTHRU7/10 I wm COUPON I THRulr/36
nearby task officials forces reviewing are membersof for __r__ / ___ /4 ___Illtl./ d _THRU_7'29_1rrE\ >,INI_

acceptance dards of the detailed Governor's stan- "-lP7mlf JU.l.d-, / WW 1 O-L'L 1 lla h. llQOf) r' O-Iaw1fl Y.1-1 0WlTdA I .(,J/JI/ )( 1ItJ .E.>rM

Justice Commission Standardds on and Criminal Goals. LILT SPECIAL I 1.. Q-TIPS, I I BARBASOL I I VISUAL SCENE I SOPHIE MAI 10PEANUT' o
corrections force IRM
On the are !
Butler, Florida State Prison I j1 OZ REG.OR SUNGLASSES
supervisor and Dolph Red- 99C Q T C'' 170 Count 36t MENTHOL.. RE
dish Circuit,Bradford Court County Judge John sheriff.J.. _I I 4g Lu r1... T ONE I REG. 99 si 79
Crews chairs the court's task ___ WITH COUPON THRU 7126 WITH COUPON THRU 7/28 16 5.47 WITH THRU
HR 7/76 COUPON 7/3{
force. Other members are ----_ .--- ._TP-RIllitt./ ___rIIIIL /
Robert A. Dnggers, Union
county clerk, and Eugene T, .l Wtm I J.d-' l u.1,1,... u on r-\ l /Jitbl5JpOf/ ) "' \.1I1 l }If' -<,?uTJoni

county Whitworth John sheriff Whitehead, state's,is on the,attorney.Union police ARRID Extra Dry I It.II I- TEKTOOTHBRUSHES I I COPPERTONE I LADIES JEWELRY FASHION 1 KOOK ALIGHT

task forces are trying to \''\ I I I /
develop? a plan for crime C LIMIT 1 'SALE PRICE 4 02 REG REG. N
reduction in north central 4 9 OFF FOR LIMIT 1'58 LIMIT ONE FOR 1.37EA 1 44 70yA
LA0ELCT920 Asstl
Florida. I I I SOUR'' I I I j' ; 1
responsibility 7126 /' 712{
THRU 7,28
the local groups is to evaluate ---- / r.rr.F. / rrrIIIL./ _rI II.... I rwr_
whether the statewide stan-
dards are suitable to local r.labl: / ,... -<,l1pOf)
systems. .1 I II .1 ,1 11
I .

.Small Children." ...: I CRAZY CURLMODEL"200 'II ECKERD BANbi
Often Become fast v,1 l :iWEE'I 14887 I vI M
Missiles REQ 17 99
Flying / PAPER

When RidingUnrestrained 'N LOW 1 %_WITH COUPON__THRU 7_/26 r _,

In /_ \ lllitblf11.on? _'


children often become flying
missiles during an automobile 88 MODEL .
crash if they are unrestrainedsaid BSTITUTE:1
the Florida Highway I 1836 1 0
Patrol today. THRU 7/29
"When they are standing in
the front seat, there is only
one place for them to go and 100 l1ilb// -<,llfJ(J1II 4
that is into or through the I
front windshield when in- LIMIT ONE PLEASE I GILLETTE
," p9R
volved in a frontal collision
said Colonel Eldrige Beach, MAX. FOR MEN
Patrol director I' LIMIT FOUR Et R ET
"Safety experts
agreed for years that any REG 1 A88
1 1I
occupant of a motor vehicle WITH COUPON THRU 7/26 Irr 19.99 I W i WITH COUPON THRU 7/26
who is wearing a restraint [
device during a collision is by 'p IIII .I '. __rr IIIIi .
far safer and less apt to 1
killed receive than severe the injuries occupant or whois be 'U P P r'iOr IaIgInrnYFtj '1 & 0 r' Or:, II""' (i.JIIIIOII


Florida's 1974 crashes, I
123.266 were wearing seat TANS h WITH 1S8 '
O99 2.41
and of those, 138 were REG. BEIGE REG 9 2" SEAL
killed while 383.96S 99 1 3.99 PLACKET I I' 1.00 F1 3.99 ROPE II .
crashes where seat belts ''F IIII! i .
were killed.not This in indicates use. 1,327 that were with .' r_r_ _r/ _r_ ---. Jr '. ---r/ '

an times increase as many of crashes about three there \ + I r1 1c -\III"hI: (.i.J/1fJIIIl/ r1 /' DWHJ'-1r \:111.1: I" .(J"lltlll" r% 0 lI ,

were many people almost seat killed ten belts.who times were as I ASSORTED SIZES ft COLORS I LAMES SANDALS SOFT I I TUBEMEM'tSOCKS I II I PT. or QT. FREEZER I II'I
"Small children should be WASH BRUSH
in and if there is 88 E PAK PINT OR s PAK
a car
riding 98
no restraint system installedin 1.99 I I PASTEL 599 HF I REG. TO 1,29 I 99 OT.SIZI I REQ. 1.49
the vehicle, the child shouldbe COLORS '
in the rear a sitting THRU 7/26
position not standing where rrr- /. rr-/ r-r_ 4 rrr_ rrr_

they frontal will crash.fly forward Also,never during let a a / '4 >AIl 7Pl '' OrE G15ustLLI' \ lfMff wiJffifrmI r / :, .RIl) 1_ -4,111)'I/J -

lap could small as crush child even sit the a in child minor the driver's betweenthe crash I." BRECK I I GILLTTE I I LISTERINE I! OAF I I NESTEA I IJ

steering wheel and the :
driver," concluded Colonel SHAMPOO TRAC II 20 OZ. I INSTANT: |
Beach. 15 02 THREE TYPES 124-12 COLOR ,

SHOPIS I I' 11 I I I I -


110 EAST LIMIT $9'
5. ONE REG. 25
STREET CALL I I 11. 11 I I 3 OZ. JAR "'

COME | ORWItN WITH j 77.411r
C0U10N THRU 7/26 I COU10N THRU T/2{
OUR SEE r____ / 'rr__ \rrrIIIIL. w __rrr %_rt-r_



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July 24.1975

.: 0 pu1'' Illegal

d Electric

__ _
/1 1f_. I I l/rel ol F / I I 11 P P mYII I Hook-Ups


I ALCOHOL I 1 r PLATES PAK OF I DETERGENT'' or the millions 1\\ CLEANSER REMOVER.SUPER STAIN been downtown STARKE charged businesses- Owners with unlawfully of have two

I I CRYSTAL BRAND I 100 I I FOR DISHES I ; who takeasPllin should:not I REG, after by-passing non-payment power was electric in turned March.meters off for

PINT BOTTLE \ AuwHITE ONE I 1 32 OZ REG PINK 49' -OR LIMIT LEMON 3 I '" 10 CT. I 1 N 2 MR 1e Fuiia, Meter discovered Reader the Kenneth illegal

LIMIT ONE tiII electrical hook-ups on July 15
at about a.m. at the old Half
iI II Moon Hotel at 122 East Call
2. Street and about 9:45: a.m. the
same day at Gay's Home
Appliance at 335 North
I I Temple Avenue.
r ?I REG. II 1F Charged in informationsfiled
ss in the circuit court here

I' LiM101T I I I I I I I I IONI are Eugene: Tanner, owner ofG.iy's
Home Appliance.
I I I I F R I I I I I old Mike Halt Harvey Moon, owner Hotel of and the

i i I 1 operator of and Garvcy's conditioning WaterSoftening
--d' I -____ _____ -\tl llt l ttll\rIl'' \ WITHCOUP--- Diane Garvey, wife of Mike
L II Each is named in Iwo
r P P e / /r / c. '1 ua ) flJfJot] t counts: 1)) unlawful wire

GLADE I I WOOLITE I I DOUBLE I DNEfAILDN' I I POLAROID | connection of electricity.and 2))The unlawfuluse complaints
i Tomasovitch, investigator lor
C 7 02 SPRAY For Your Fin* s= the Starke. Police Uep.ii
I REG. 39 .5SCENTS REG. 64 Weeheblee REG. 88 REG. O88 99 REG ment.'
67f .LIMIT Two 1 89 IIMIT 1 1 9.88 10.17 INCH 399 j j, 24.95 Tanner paid a past due !bill
I \WITH COUPON THRU 7/26 {fJPff vl WITH COUPON THRU 7I r'I' WITH COUPON WITH COUPON of $583: : .86 at city hall about
.I I THRU 7/28 THRU 7/28 WITH COUPON THRU 7/24 10:30 a.m. on July 15, I In-
-__- \ ---- / %----11111111'. ---- = "--511111'1888'90111' same day the city cut I the
off and service to
e % #- T P -, / 'I' (. '1 WI JJf-> I1Qt m !'% c."'1 U 1 f"J.ufJon _' I "q+a ua e -.51uQon -1 Gay's Home Appliance was 1

SHELL'IS'/i OZ. Ill CHLORDANE I CHARCOAL I I EVEREADY"OR"C" I I SYLVANIA I Tomasovitch restored. Tanner he tried to told payoff
his bill a little at the lime y
j'o ANT A ROACH SPRAY [ xt\\ DUST IxIAA LIGHTER FLUID ,; FLASH BAR but the city wouldn't accept it.
C J dar'l..sbusiness.residence
k AEG. 69 LIMIT REG. C REG ART Service at
49 E% 4LB 48 0 6q
ONE a'"' 89 LIMIT I 66 LI IT 1 44CBATTERIES 1/T 1 TWO PAK REG I on Call
I rR'' I I I 4 1 I 2.19 Street restored.has The never Garvey's been no
longer are
-----l -- \-WITH-COUPON- ('- rI/ ----11 rr ,------. hotel according occupying to Investigator

-M7nm1YWjiyjui-'_ -. ;1 11 1 ] -% (. _% #_ (.\'1 uablf"J.U1.OIl 'IiF Tomaso\itch.. A
fUQot "il lJiIJf"J.UpOIl, % & YTY1JLWLWI past utility bill of$38: (>67 is still

cALAxr. 3 SPEED I I PISTOL GRIP I I PATIO I_ JULIETTE 3116 I I KEYSTONE IIS X INSTA-LOAD I according outstanding to on City the hotel('ll'l'kMerrill
JUST I I AND ELECTRIC : misdemeanors according to
16" REG. C REG. 88 Qf 1299 Tomasovilch, each currying
22'99 1,2988 THESQUEEZE HANDLE 2.59 PUSH DURABLE TYPE i REG. 44.95 34 WITH COUPON I ITNRU maximum penalties 01'u SI.IMKI
aq I I I
WITH COUPON I' WITH COUPON THRU T/78 fine or a year IP jail, or both,
/ /i11't j l WITH COUPON THRU 7/28 / THRU 7/26 I I
-----II \-181 --- / --- _

#- .Jnflm.1wazii/ / ,3 Earn Perfect
: % Grades AtUF

ASTE BASKET ICUT | Three local students are

,. j..CRYSTAL-...- ., .*DESK." IWITH I'I ...- LLOYD'S "... ... among perfect almost 4.0 .grade 1,000 to point earn
i .REG. PL + averages (All A's) at the
w University of Florida duringthe
e 99 CO ::N _-I I HAND HELD receives spring a quarter.certificate Each ol
THRU 75S /
I' PAK off 40 .E.. ......... .. I President's membership Honor on Koll the

6A = CALCULATORKORDITE a The students are:
S +
Connie Chasteen.
BAGS 5 8 of Mr.and Mrs.J.R.Chasteen
/ I I;((1(10" i I II TRACTS POCKET OR MULTIPLIES PURSE! ADDS.AND DIVIDES SUB 1' e 9 / of sophomore Raiford. Miss.in the Chasteen College is of a

I\\\\ \\ \ Z FOR 99 C REO ASSTO PLASTIC 79 'I 1 I Agriculture.David of Rev.of Hampton and Starke.Mrs.Harper Harper George,is son SHarper a.

I junior in the College of Arts

20 GALLON 99 TWO LIMIT _. WITH 1ba(1((COUPON((.THRU 7/28 / and Mary Sciences.Scates Depree of
WITH TWIST TIES Starke a senior in the Collegeof
REG.IEBCO Architecture and Fine Arts.

202" 19.99 MODEL EH 9036
,' I I
REG. WIT.i. WITH COUPON Judd Serving
488 WNE In Myrtle Reach S.C.
I I 5.98 I THRU 7/28 SC.
WITH COUPON U.S. Air Force Master I
__ __ ':' _....H Rl .;..--=r It/ _ atie>_ Sergeant Mrs. Celia John Judd P. of Judd.Keystone son of

Heights, Fla., has arrived for

I l .mIIlJ sr I -2 P'A' lillpJiLA' -' I ;;pCERillJpilUJhM' I r:: ( \il LIFE/ -> Uv1.EO's'- I IUS rIDMIJ 8ENERAL ELECTRIC S.C.Sergeant duty at Myrtle Judd Beach, a weather AFB.

TIMER forecaster with a unit of the
4. I I.) 68 FRESH C t'RESH.KEEPS MATTRESSES DRY I II I REG.. ICE TRAYS C H I AERATOR'i plJ/tt 11 I s REG.COAST 3'GUARD, APPROVED NYLON I I' 588. 24-eHR I previously Force Military unit Airlift served in Germany.Command with an Air

1'19 88 I REG. 2"q LIVE I 'II I '. 549 COVER I I 8 99 I The sergeant is a 1956
REG 99 .1' I TWIST'' 4.79 : WITH COUPON. WITH COUPON graduate of Bradford High
WITH COUPON ___ WITH COUPON THRU 7/28 I WITH COUPON TNRU 7/28 I P -_ / I THRU 7178 *JiRf School in Starke. (USAF
III. / ___
.. 'I.
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_' /- \\-ill1.1 If-> -.UpOIl -' rfI. r\-illJilblf-\ > 1lJptJII! -%_/tl .l//NT,7l/ f.UJ2.tJII: -' I 1 ua )Jp "J.uptm )

I 110M.I MAN, I'N F L'A'TARhE' 1 II I 7 QT. FOAM Senior Photo
CLOSI'DRYER'II I REG. ,."...a..vr. .I I REG. Made Aug.15Bradford
:) 6" .......:...7. 618 68 "
4)A 69'REG..49 WITH DAMPNESS I 89'REG.59c LIMIT TWO .9.99 -,,,..... 8.99 'I.I REG 99' I High School
l It. WITH COUPON "Il WITH COUPON THAU 717EIceR seniors who have not returned
WITH COUPON I WITH COUPON THRU 7128 I THRU 7/28 WITH COUPON THAU 7/28 I .... proofs of senior pictures or
\IIIDr---1-( -==- \------(( -= -------=--- \----- placed an order for pictures

-mrrl. ..wf,Wa-' /-_ I"' #-IfliWi! :(WJ ULI-% SALE CONTINUES THRU SATURDAY may from do 9 a.m.so Friday to 1 p.m.at Aug. the 13, '

I MAYBELLINE II' ,REG. 1.49 GILLETTE I II I DADDY CRISP I OPEN DAILY 9-9 OPEN SUNDAY 9-6 high Assistant school Princiapl office accordingto CharlesHall.

I FRESH* LOVELY I CRICKET I II I FRENCH FRIEDPOTATOES .1' I 0m, !J.IT.CJmJ!) 1QQQ(! [$ ; required A 50 on percent orders.deposit is

LIP COLORS. _a I Starke Fla. 831 ,S. Walnut
I .....,'n. .LIGHTER 'II I 8 OZ. TWIN PAK: KNeemenlieilrowrHTt. THE '

-SHADES ASSTO., I''II ..w.......".. I II ', 'I '" OFFICE SHOP IS

:LIMIT REG 1,35 1 99 I ;f'--- 88 I II I PAK 77 ..1.1Iii MOVINGTO ",

..., OF 114 EAST
.yl yyll Npy01. I II I TWO REG, 99- II ILw I CALL
_____ WITH' COUPON THflU 7/28 .'I 1ELI. M4-S7M
I ____ II'' 'II ,.
----- -- .----=-r E, ,------.;: -. _I ] 1 JULY M

ErI Watch For Our .

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PageS TELEGRAPH July 24. 191:5:

Board Seeks Vote On Appointive Superintendent,:':

STARKE Chairman election ballot, the School Board Member Art Holliday proposal on the ballot,citing a which 231 persons of 257 he elected superintendent. politics from the school

Rodney Hall has succeeded in Board voting 4-1 Monday voted against placing the rough personal survey !In' contacted said they prefer the "It boils down to one thing," favored the Half appointivesuperintendent. dozen system. "I do not'' 'agree
I pushing his proposal for a vote night, July 14, to place the said Board Member Arthur a generally with appointed
have told him since .
matter in the hands of persons the of thewschool .
on an appointive superin- the Gaskins. "How much con- bodies, but In case
his election prefer an
people. executive
tendent onto the next general *" fidence does the county havein appointive superintendent, system the none
officer is
the school board?

Taylor Murder Trial Hall repeated his argumentfor Gaskins I Holliday stated.pointed out the Cityof secretary voting, and to the Is board, In': .fact'." ,
an appointive superin-
Starke turned down an counties
I tendent, then asked for appointive city clerk. Seventeen Florida"'
r. comment from the board and Supt. Jockel said he prefersthe have appointive 'superintendents. ) -
Now Set 22
September Hall said.
audience. Board Member Pat elective system, citing the admitted he
Spengler made the motion, of checks and The chairman
Arthur Gaskins the had not gotten a lot of Input
STARKE Latest in a seriesof east of Starke months gave balances. '
later. in the weeks since
continuances of the first A indicted second, and Hall and J.T. "I 1 never saw a superintendent from people
jury Tay- VM he announced he would make
Parish voted with them.
murder trial of Carl Aa who didn't feel that '
degree lor and McCrary on July 24, 1Y'r / Once Attorney Gene Shaw the proposal. ."I thought'. I
for the including appointed
Robert Taylor murderof way
1974. Both are members of an I didn't."
would but
made it clear that the board Hall said
Keystone Heights itinerant family which traveled couldn't make the decision to Hall said he proposed' 12
women in 1971 has the date Moxley agreed with Mrs.
extensively throughoutthe have
appoint the superintendent, years agoto .. 'ap
and Gaskins. "It's
now set for September 22. United States Spengler
committinga but
but instead can only vote to about pointive superintendent ,
Circuit Judge K.A. Green, series of crimes. time to take politics out
a state
place the matter on a ballot at that time it required
Jr. extended the continuancefrom Outcome of the of the school system. It's timeto
Taylor real r for a vote of the people, the law and the legislative
Sept. 2 to Sept. 22 in the will determine whether get back to the kids and run declined to in
school board members delegation
Several wit- t the school system as a ,
latest delay.
will be
McCrary brought fromCalifornia's local bill to that
showed stronger support of troduce a .
business. After
nesses in the case are from Folsom Prison Moxley'sstatement
other states and both the Lr the proposal. came the vote. effect.
where he is
serving on a
An appointive superintendent
Holliday was the first to
defense and prosecution In his statement Hall said
robbery charge to which he the
would strengthen
speak stating preferencefor
iu the
appointive superintendentwould
requested postponementto
pleaded guilty. Taylor is the elective superin- school system, Hall said,.
get a chance to talk with under sentence and serving tendent. eliminate a lot of

witnesses. time at Folsom Prison after 11
Taylor. 36. has been con- pleading guilty to assault with Speaking on the general

jail fined since in the March Bradford 27 after County being intent Taylor to murder.was arraigned in American Legion School Award PresentedTwo theme of the of school taking system the politicsout Mrs. CENTRAL HEAT & AIR

Spengler, Gaskins, and Ben
extradited Irom California
where he is serving time on an where Circuit he Court here on April 7, Bradford Middle School students Tracy George and Terry McCarthy, were presented Moxley, unsuccessful school
assault sentence. Trial of the pleaded July 21 with the Certificate at Distinguished Achievement from American Legion Post 56 "in board candidate in 1972, spokein Let our
set for us explain
case was energy
School Award." favor of Hall's .
Bradford Sheriff Dolph June 23 but recognition of attainment acquired as winners of American Legion proposal."If
Reddish charged Taylor with until 14. The postponed Tracy is at left with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill George and Terry Is at right with his you get a politician
July trial
the three murders in December postponed again after was father. James Harvey McCarthy. Post 56Commander Bryce Titus presents the awards to the you've got a politician," saidMrs. saving system.

1973 over two years after motion to evidence a r'' two A-B honor roll students who will enter the ninth grade this fall. Spengler. "An educatoris
suppress an educator, it's that
they were committed. The was denied. A Sept. 2 date was .
She said '
simple. school
charge accuses Taylor and his set. then a Sept. 22 date whichis '-- 3
board :
members from other COMPLETELY
father-in-law, Sherman R.
currently standing.
Starke Man Draws Year counties who had served
McCrary. 50, with the murders Defense attorney Jeff Bar- under both appointive and .
of Bobbie L. Turner 38 ;
; ker, in his motion
to suppress, .'1 elected .:
her daughter Valerie 16, and superintendents told ..
asked that the court disallow .
they prefer the INSTALLED
appointive. I
Patricia Marr, 22.
Taylor before and
Gaskins said he talked to
The two older women were after the November 1971 For
Display Weapon two commissionersand
found shot to death the morn- ders be entered in the case. He
ing of Nov. 30. 1971 in Nell's contended other incidents hadno surprisingly, they
Beauty Shop between Keystone place in the u II .t II ,yr..,,! 7"I $1490
Heights and Melrose. the Kit murders.testimony on Philip H. Reagan, Starke, cia Carroll and Velma Jean entering and grand larceny. r 1 It 1 i lt, 'qt' : II"
They were employees of the Assistant State was sentenced Monday to one Covington for the first degree Their trial is set for Sept- I l I :' :

shop and the girl was the Ken Hebert contended Attorney that ,year in county jail after pleading murder of Tom Gunter. ember 2.
daughter of Mrs Turner. The similar method of a guilty to a charge of reckless Another defendant in the case, Tom Hardy of Tarpon ((2-TON SYSTEM)

remains of Valerie were foundin been established operationhas display of a weapon. Arthur Jones, is set for trial Springs pled innocent to stealing ::- -:,; ,
in cases Judge John J. Crews August 6. "cJ. ) an auto and to aggravated :: ,
a wooded area off SK-16 involving Taylor gave T ; .. plus n.<.i.0ryeecrrcoi "
the sentence at ArraignmentDay All three have pleaded innocent assault. His trial is set for '::.' 11'''' any ,
/ work "
6---------------- ---------___ Aj in Circuit Court Monday, to the charge. Sept. 2.Edward. "One thing you can say about /
July 21.The In other court action, Mathis was sen- spring-It's a 'love'ly time of
30-year-old Reagan of Samuel Lee Harris pled Innocent tenced to,3, years probationafter a'4 .
Rt. 1, Box 144 was originally to one count of assault he changed his plea to
charged with aggravated with intent to murder and one guilty of drug possession.

assault and resisting arrest count of possession of, 'a Simiarly! a change of plea SAVE $$ 'ON
with violence in the February weapon by a state prisoner. netted Harry Delones 18 ,
3 incident. He submitted'a Trial date was set for September -' months in the Division of Cor-

r written plea of innocent in e.Edward. ;, rections. He had been chargedwith YOUR ELECTRIC
r March, but changed that jn Chavis submitted'awritten breaking and enteringand

May, to guilty to the lesser innocent plea for issu- grand larceny.
charge of reckless display of a ing a worthless check. His Four trials have been BillCarrier'

weapon. trial is set for September 2.' rescheduled for August 11. To
Officer George Trial for Roosevelt H. Reedis be heard on charges of break- I
Tomasovitch said he receiveda scheduled for the same day. ing and entering with intent to new

call that a man on Call Reed is charged with breaking commit grand larceny are co- Ask I" unit Is new alto t tavoilabl.

Street was stabbing a truck and entering with Intent0',, \ defendants Wiley Clark, .. D.mand to
,with a knife. He said when he ''commit a misdemeanor; Jerome Turner and William Charleyt' see efficiency comparison -

arrived no one was at the breaking and entering and' Henderson, all of Lawtey.Joe b.for. you buy.C"ler. .
scene. When he parked his possession of a firearm by a Watson's hearing will be'the E. .. 1 bears them all1up.
'Convicted sattte He Is with : ;: .
patrol car at Russ s Bar, twomen felon.Codefendants ,? ',? day. charged ''
approached,'one with a Joseph'Bed-A L. \,one, count of breaking and ,to 70% dependingen ,

j THE BRIGHTNEW knife in his back pocket, ford and Ronald Romano entering and one count of J'1ma.Ne. the brand. MoI.7/4.

Tomasovitch said. gave written pleas of innocentfor grand larceny. All four men .
The man drew the 7-inch charges .of breaking and have pled innocent. .. package policies are

WAY bladed hunting knife when appearing for offices: ,

Tomasovitch attempted to retailers and
arrest the men and get themto '
mBUYAMOBILE the police station he said., Rebels Fire, Questions wholesalers. They'

At that point, the partner got combine theft, public

the knife from the 6-foot flinch liability, and a great

HOME gave, it 270 to the pound officer.Reagan Tomaso-and On Sewers At CouncilThe number of optional I AIR CONDITION SERVICE''',

vitch then conned the two into Keystone Heights Town| percent before being coverages with broad '

Lower down payment the patrol car, placing them Hall was bulging at the seams,, discharged to any stream. fire coverage-at a 10 ALL BRANDS AND MAKES OF AIR
under arrest and themin July 14 as' cllizensicrowded DER will
taking not permit a surface CONDITION SYSTEMS
cent to cent
Lower mofifhty. peyntents for booking. in the meeting room'2to discharge into Crystal Lakes, per per
Tomasovitch said Reagan toss questions to the City added Dutton.Councilmen. premium av ng. Does PROMPTLY AND ECONOMICAL.SRWYER .
Lower .
toM coat broke into the truck and stole Council regarding theft were asked the Charley E. Johns

the weapon. proposed wastewater treat- what they would do if the site invite busmeas
Come on out. And soe James E.. Edwards will be ment project. *'"" is turned down. There are
how FHA financing can arraigned on an amended During the three and a half I' approximately 23 other sites firms to consult about

help oat you Into a mobile information. He submitted a hour meeting, councilmen the within the confines of the these new package

horn- right now! written plea of innocent. project engineer: and ajj airport site with varying soil policies
Edwards request for a representative from the ,conditions that could be RIB
I I change of venure to Alachua Department t of En- 'considered, answered Frank Charley. E* CONDITIONING

See Mark Or I County was granted. vironmental Regulation: Walrath. Before any plans
I Edwards is one of the Gar- heard Ralph Barker, were carried out, the city had .JOHNS AGENCY 332 W. Madison
Elaine Olin For Details I ment Factory 14 who was president of the Keystone DPC make an on-site Inspection .
I convicted in Bradford County Rebels,call for an official vote of the proposed land :'-131 SO. WALNUT ST. .PH. 964-7701
I I Circuit Court on charges of of the people on whether they site PHONE U-SO7O
I assault to commit murder and want the proposed project, L
Olin's I inciting a riot. He was con- heard William Beam express
I victed on a lesser charge of concern over the costs of the
I assault with intent to commit project, and listened to Mrs. GEN tAL:

i I murder in the second degree Jerome Johns delve into REVUE ACTUAL
ii i Mobile Home I and was sentenced to five reasons why she thinks the,,, : HARING \eI
i I I years in the State Prison at proposed site is unacceptable.

council members that his I.SENT TO THE OFFICE. OF. REVENUE
i I 10-year( terms for robbery SHAMING WAdHINOTON: D.C. 20221.
I department is in receipt of the ,
i 964-5606 following his conviction in ACTUAL EXPENDITURES
i I Pinellas County when the gar- application package from the THE GOVERNMENT
i I ment factory incident oc- ctiy for a permit for the (IAI CATEGORIES (IBI) CAPITAL MAINTENANCE '_ OF BRCCKER, TcIlti ;.

i I curred. project. Due to the citizens ..racalved C.n.ral R.v.n"Sharing .
Trial will be reset for Patri- interest in the project, Dutton I PUBLIC:#AFm S S p.Ym.ntslolshng $3. 1332'INVI ::
said the department has
!I'E CTONTAL duringIh.p.nodhomJyly1.1974thruJun.' 30,1975'
their I S
requested 10 S
- - --- attorneys :
mfmmm mmmm ennui mtrnmrn BBIBJBJ Ref m Rt BBBsH BBBH V
research and conduct a non- / ACCOUNT NO. 1t] 2 OQ.4.001
;; adversary hearing (a hearing TRANSPORTATION. S S
Notice Of BROOKER 'rDJ..Ut "' : '
I Special Stockholders before any action is taken) &:; "646

I prior to making a decision of, 4 HIALTH S S TONIY CLERK: h1{ f :
issuance of permits. BCIX'
Pp 93
I Dutton asked if there 1& IIIClllAnOIll ., .
Of Iu was S S ,4.I
Meeting :
will be a requirement to havea -: RCOKER FLORIDA.. .. 32622

I collection system by U811AIIIIS S S '::..
I January, 1977. New septic
Community State Bank Of Starke tank permits will not be Issued 7 SOCIAL' SIRVICESS 1l S S

I after that date, said Dutton..
I II An individual in an urban'' ADMINISYMTION FINANCIAL' S S
without 1I'.IIf./l./I!, / / / '.j
community a central ,.U.J./I.If..U..JUJI.
pursuant to resolution. and II I collection system will be able I r.'G'8:1.AND. s
order of the Board al Directors of
I Community Stat Bank of to use a septic tank on an*
Stark., a corporation organiiod and existing under the laws of interim basis, but would have< 10 IOUCATION S 110))TRUST FUND REPORT (r.fnto IMliM 01 .,a'

the Stat. of Florida. adopt.d at a regular meeting of the Board I to present plans and 11 SOCIAL 1..nc..o'Jllne30.1.74. .S31 <
I held Jun. specifications for' a OIVILO'MINT S 2.R.venw Shning Fui>de .
duly 20. 1975. a of the
meeting stockholders of Community 3.. 135.
programmed treatment plant.. R.cmndhanJuly1,1l74tMuhn.30.1975 ..,,,,_
State Bank of Stark. Is h.r.by called and will be held at I This will create a proliferationof 12 MUNITY HOUSING/ OIV II COM S 3. Rec.ed' jJ

I the office of the bank In Stark., Florida, on July 30. 1975, at 2:00 Individual packaged or Crtn.n (July I, 1814111", June 30. 1175)),S-_"300 .

o'clock In the afternoon for the purpose of considering and acting I treatment plants, commented 13 lCONOMCDIVILOPMINT S 4., Funds.........hem Obllg.llona, s

on the proposal for Increasing the capital stock of the bank from Dutton.Barker IT o HIIIIS-M I. SumofllI.2.3... 9 8h; ,
I 100000.00 divided Into concern S'teee'ta S 87711. .
2.000 shares af $50.00 each to that when water Is sprayed alanaRaum.6rooas s .

$200,000.00 divided into 20,000 shares af par value of $10.00 I into the ground there is a 877 .7.TaNFuld.Awl.bli. s'8774N ;
Iii TOT.-
I each of common stack. chance viruses in the air will $ S j' ,

cause hepatitis and typhoid. I S.Tot.lAmdunllip.ndM ,
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS. I Dutton answered that there IS) CERTIH IMINATIONREOU/REMENTSHAVEBEENpMET I E..cyhv.N and, ISum of 5n. IS. column S incI column 0 s'"' 87ywah "
th..nh I.m fund..on
rSiO.Ct to nt .d the
is lot of th.y
I a controversy and how, no b..n 501i11 oath.r p. priorry ..pPndNVr. 9 I..ncuso', Jun.3 .1175 S i UIFI
research going on about the r.q ,nnNn1 ((3.C I or mN.Mng nd. poMbdon Ig.etWn
I extent of viruses. )p NEWS MIDIA HAVI .Ei.... ADVISED THAT
Spray 7/8/75 ,"
I Charley. Johns President' irrigation is one of the most LA110N. HAVEACOPYOF. THIS gEPORTAND '
July 17-24 viable (acceptable ways in p we o .cunv. a CONTlNTS.THIYARIOPINI'ORI'UIUCICItUTiNYAT'RECORDSNOCUMENTING y '. 'C THEO .
.1 J.2t present'day technology. The
r_ .... _ _ cpray has to be treated 90 N.m.and ,d. C1 Hall. Jirookar F1a..' "-"


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July 24,1973 TELEGRAPH I'agc!)

Bug Service '


To Gainesville I

."Bus service to Gainesville
Is available to senior residentsof ROD STEAK I
this area, no\ matter what BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
county they /live in,'' an- / PORTERHOUSEor SAVf 4i ?;,(Wj ,
nounced Hilda White, 88
president of the Committee T-BONE CUBED STEAK
For Senior Service.A .
15 passenger Alachua STEAK
County mini-bus departs from P I I
the Melrose post office each
Tuesday morning at approximately $198 SAVE SLB.
8:30: a.m. and
returns at approximately 4:30: LB. 61cla.
p.m. The round trip charge is ,
$2 per person. '
However reservations must
be made several days in
advance, Mrs. White pointed,
out. For those wishing to ryF
make reservations, they may MAMHOEFfR
call the Information and
Referral office in Keystone
Heights at 473-2065 or Mrs. Quantity Rights CANNED 1 HAM
White 475-1467.Those needing Reserved
assistance to get to Melrose WINN. IXI! STORES, INC ,
should request this when COPYRIGHT-1975
making their reservation.The KRAFT SAVE
bus is easy to mount,
and Is in constant radiotelephone S
contact with the MAYONNAISE
main office. Thus when the
passenger has concluded his .
or mor. purch >* xcl. cigt.SAVI
,appointment, he calls the
{office;' and the bus is ll<
s dispatched to pick t him up and our SOUTH
take him to his next YOUR
destination. The bus Mayonnaise32ox. W-D BRAND USOA CHOICI
( also has
rample room for packages, e S I ALL MEAT
(should the passengers wish to KEY
shop.. '.
r "With a little planning, most SAVE STEW BEEF
:transportation needs for many TO
[senior residents can be 31 iii3
1 handled quite comfortably by JAR SAVE
Fusing the mini-bus,"said Mrs. SAVINGS
White "Appointments should N 2OeSTARKIST
2'be scheduled for Tuesdays ,
and Thursdays, no earlier
Ethan 10:30: a.m. and no laterthan LIGHT CHUNKTUNA
( 3 p.m.," she suggested,
Ufa the bus completes its pick- '
*,up of. passengers in FISH I Foodatee 9io
!Gainesville at about 3:45: p.m. (
to enable its return to Melrose Dlxlg
[ with $7.SO ?Wlnn
round 4:30: p.m.HAMPTON. or more

1 VI 1 11UC <

?., .' Osl : "'" CHUNK SUPERBRAND 1

V ,Two more qualifications FISH / 5 OR 10 IB.
f were, reported for City Offices. : PAK ,
r Thompson for Mayor and 7 8
1.g.: Wrs. Thompson' for Coun- '
P cilwoman.. LB. SAVE4
jo 1
*v< ntir** 98e ,$1 / '
Miss Frankie Jean Keys and FROZEN, SHOESTRING )'
'Sandy Singleton visited witt Ketchup
5,the Marklee Norman Tainilys 1 3PK.PKGS. / POTATOES 4

,last Friday. .. SAVE 1 7c VAN CAMP'S PORK a ,
\l&nPaN"I1"W"r'J"! : -
j.SherryNorman: of 11
i Lawtey visited with herr Beans..4 "
parents for over a week,she is

I Marklee the daughter Norman.of Mr. and Mrs. THRIFTY MAID PORK ft If. S. No. 1 CALIFORNIA SEEDLESS r 3 PKGS.11/ -LB. $1


| Michael Lee Darrah son of .
r.and Mrs.Leonard Darrah SAVE lie THRIFTY MAID CORNED
M Hampton was one year old,. $i
{Tuesday July 22, 1975. He is S S
the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Beef
.pile Sheppard of Hampton. II- LBS. :
1 f Leslie Jones and Mr. and THRIFTY MAID SMOKED I
f Mrs. McKinney and daughter SAVE
f were baptized last Sunday and CANNED GOODS SALE MIGHTY HI STRAWBERRY!
*became members of the /

Christian Church. The baptizing CORN, GARDEN I PEAS, 2p.=. PICNIC 1
,i was held in Bedford Shortcake PKG. $119u.s.
iLake at the home of Mr. andMrs.'Ralelgh
- Brannen. Rev. SAUERKRAUT or TOMATOES .

''Shaw'pastor of the church SAVE lOc Ib. FRESH QUARTER SLICED ASSORTED
No. t

;:officiated. Nectarines 2 $100 $ \

C ; IBS. Pork Chops
it. Friday at 7:30': p.m. The 16-01 U.S. No. 1 MO RIPEPeaches
Hampton Senior Citizens will .
meet' for their July 25 CANS .31st. $100
/ /
meeting. All members are to '. HICKOIT SWIITU
bring something to be auctioned -
off to the highest bidder Bacon i f
_ ; VIN! RIP!

Craft The Class Wednesday was happy afternoon to Large Eggs o0, / Tomatoes' . . 1e' 49c I I

'welcome Mrs. Norman back RED RIPE
after her vacation to Japan.
class Anyone are interested welcome in the to come Craft Gatorade 3 vvHAVI ; S. California Plums 2 LSS.89c 1 I I '

from 2:30: to 4:30: every )0< IIAOINO IA01 WHIlf THIT IAST U.S. No. I OREEN PEPPERS OR CRISP

Wednesday afternoon. Bathroom Tissue 8 -- 7H Cucumbers . ., 5 FOR 49c I

It At I .

; Good sense Barbecue Sauce 2 .v.v. $1S Orange Juice, . 3 ":;: $100 Ball: Park Franks I


_ggl--, -awAlger1ee. LAe. ...-....... Coffee : : Instant Potatoes .- .' 14-01. 59c S / !

wo IRANO CHUNKBraunschweiger
.with any major purchase, MORTON MAC. ft CHEESE. ITA AN:MAC. ft BEEF OR CHICKEN ft NOOMI / i

car far and b a a wrong right way.way Research to buy a Peanut Butter: ".v 9ASFiiU Economy Dinners 2 !:a: $100 .

preparation and lots of pre- P U I VtGITARlfShortening
planning ire the keys to a good MORTON SPAOHim ft MEAT OR MACARONI ft Perch Fillets e 5
_. 3 '
purcb Cheese Casserole 3 $100
"' -,.
Pint; you mutt area your T AS II O S A r ISMTurbot
\w M D JVDetergent
.needs. A good nil to to buy e ,MARINERS '
the Miulldt car your family can v.1 Fillets e
fit in comfortably. The higher Fish Sticks ,. srWITH 99c
you go above the low priced -,A v t M). ABUOWPaper 'e e e a '>'.lP>|Bl.tMAr>4DCream I
standard model. the let return '" S CHEESE S Cheese a :
'you get Your choice: of model Plates ::3 '
will alto. depend upon your Tater Tots . . EKG.79c .11 M I B A M D SiNCtiy NrVHAPPIO SlICIS O A MI IC A N32at.
needs. Station wagons arc great U A' V A I < l ()*V I H 1)11Margarine
for large fami e DeLICIOUS : / /
IS f
lies. Hard tope 0 i i'AUMAr Pan Redi! $459 !
are a; little Shrimp PKO.
more expenf A' Vilv > > (}t||| /f 'I B A*AP-4D ( II I AMI D

*. but.you V 1 I'> FOX Of IUXI HAM.UIQB'CHIIIil05, Cheese }
tend to, get .. Margarine 14ot.PIZZA. Cottage . / '
.Ibe difference V Q ? Sausage Pizza . 79c :
back at trade- .
la ..... The wont values are ,
sport 'WHipe. Don't buy r one -
11ft'you' are convinced you
cannot be happy with anything
oleo.t oil 11 oooQaoo) [ !) .f Qaaoat (! '

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CARL WOOD & 117 W. Call St.jjit''V4 aJBfJEWaJtDWaJt13( (} BALDWIN

INTERIORS INCOWNED ( 964.7520 Chevrolet OldsAnd

k (
OPERATED) BY r'r -- 1 Rack Of LadiesSPORTSWEAR
R.F. Goodrich
ROMHL UTCKEHS [ _; 50 % 301 E. Call St. 964-6163

Carpet Special 1 Table OfSPORTSWEAR NOW $6160

$600Or Il GR 78x15 WSW RADIALS Reg. Price/ '8140
3/8" Padding Good Grade 4x8 Walnut &
$ 95 NOW $5550
6 Less Light Wood \
\While\ .
Installed HR 78x15 WSW RADIALS Reg. Price 85ao
Sq. Yd. Reg.I9SO ,hey Last $499Black .
4 Different ColorsTo Plastic SILVERTOWN BELTED WSW
Choose From SUITS Off .' TOILET I F 78x14 WSW Was '5730 NOW $3500G
PIPE WSW Was '6530 NOW 39"
1 Rack Of Womens SEAT
100% Nylon Shag CarpetIn > WEEK
SPORTSWEAR 25% Off All Colors
( Stock Only,Metal Extra If Needed) G 60x14 Wide Oval
$ Reg. '9(15 $449
100 Feet 't Raised Lettered Tires
All Work GuaranteedTo 1 Rack Of' SPECIAL!
TOPS I & Reg. Price '51" SPECIAL 3250
Your SatisfactionCome SHORTS 0 Qn Round Pointed Free Mounting

On In,We're Open 8 Til 5 Monday Thru Friday SHOVELSALE Balancer Extra
Table Of Quilted
Sat 8- 12
ROBES Were 2700 $1 1 600Only PRICE/

964-5242 4 Left
1 pl MAJ. np11 161E0li0STARKE
See Mens Side For Savings On Knit Reg. 5(1(1 $447 FLORIDA
3(4 N. TEMPLE STAUCI Sports Coats & Suits Reduced
"Sooner or Infer Your f6wa.it.Draltr"

Real Pit Bar-B-Que .., ,,--"....--". '1u Starke Builder's

Supplies inc.
219 E.Washington St. 964.5270
>0 A9's!] ',' .... ,, I
""'- ,4-.1 Where Your Business Is
... ( AppreciatedAnd !
.,,, ", .
FAT BOY .. .. .. Valued)
jIIooo.4',.. r'.,' .f,:-it:! r f'r I
"" DoorI
\. r S Pre-Hung
BARBQChickens :'0 "'fJ/f
( r' rA
I ...,"..' .' e '; t UnitsFINGER
!' ; ,x


w Pork 1'6"1 6'8" $2139
VX Ribs "

Charbroiled 2'0",16'8" $23, > .

Steaks Apft *2'4>rx6'8" '$2539 ;;

Hamburgers 2'6"1 6'8' $25402'8"x6'8"


3'0" 1 6'8" $2639

-1 .
Dining Room- Or Take-out Service 2O% Discount on All PVC
Holiday Inn, Glllf A Full Service Service Station .
Clip This Ad For 50Discount On Pipe & Pipe Fittings

Beef Or Pork Plate Only. ,owned and and have really enjoyed serving our many friends in
Holiday Inn Gulf,1011 N.Temple oper- Get
and around Bradford County.>> We have the only automatic PAINT SALE
Limit One Per Customer Per Meal ated by Ed Ripplinger, is a full service -service sta car wash in this area.We have been able to keepour
tion. We specialize in service, which includes brake
Good At All Stores jobs,tune ups,tire sales and service,exhaust systems, price $1.00 per wash. All Paint In Stock 2nd Gal
2700 Waldo Road 3610 S.W. 13th 51 and alternator service. We are also the U-haul dealer for both truck and BUY 1 GAL. .
Gainesville Florida Gainesville Florida trailers,local: or one way. This is the money saving
Phone 378.5161 Phone 373.3339 We are completing our first full year of operation way to move. REG, PRICE
230 S. Temple All Items Listed /2 Price
Starke, Florida Phone 964-8840 Cash & Carry

Red Carpet AtMumtamg

The Holiday I TheIs Dairif

Inn Mobile Homes Inc.' Queen .
Office '
Gulf. 1650 N. Temple Ave.

Gulf Starke, Florida 904-964-7212 Changin.gTa .

Shop 1011"" N.,..Temple.. OFFERSCENTRAL

Is Moving SHOCK Monroe ABSORBERThe r ;,

Gripper Original Equipment AIR CONDITIONINGName

To Type Brand .S

$795 Mr.
$495. $4QQOOWith
110 W. Call Street LIST In.taUalion PLUS

Purchase Of Home .
Sandwich: Inn
9645764Come On TheHeavier Double Wide
.(Effective 1 ,. Aug., ,,,75))

OrSingle 'We Will Be Closed
See Our Now Storo'
MONROE MAliC Y Wide '(Mon Thru' Thursday)

Monday July 28, Lllt'15aa $895 28-31: July
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resident of Call Street.In fact Mr.Dahmer has been services of Televisions,radios,phonographs and musical
in the same building for 35 years.He is only the second instruments.... With ServiceWe
Save person to occupy 112 E.Call Street.His building was
Morgan's Store until 1940.The store was built before
I the turn of the century and occupied only by Morgan's The musical area dominates a big part of Dahmer's Finance Our Own Accounts
Store.Mr.Dahmer also uses the building Abe Bessent Discount... Mr. Dahmer handles various types of
had his pool room in for about 48 years.According to musical instruments,a good selection of records and w.Service What We Sell
$ Mr.Dahmer"If only the true history was known about tapes. He also carries tape decks and speakers for
MODEL WWA S500P' 178SHWYERSLRDE the going ons in his building"it would still make the automobiles.In fact,you can find more sound equips Friendly Service From
front page of our paper this week. in Dahmers"than you can in many major
NOW Only w/Trade department stores in Jacksonville....
Mr.Dahmer sold souvenirs to the soldiers trainingat Winklers Electric
Camp Blanding during the war. He also was a ,
photographer. Mr.Dahmer was asked about his future plans. He
stated that he is semi-retired. He also said that he Inc.
RPPLIHNCE Columbia records was hunting for an outlet for their enjoyed working so much on Call Street that he pro
radio sets and a new product, television, in the mid bably would be around for another 35 years or so,and
332 W Madison PH 964 7701 forties... They chose Mr. Dahmer to be their T yes, in the same building.... 234 N. Temple 964-7596

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$695Installed Less Light Wood /jvYv\e\\
Last HR 78x15 WSW RADIALS Reg. Pr/ce/ ,'85"
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PIPE 78x15 WSW Was *6530 NOW $39"
100% Nylon Shag CarpetIn WI Reg.a10ea SUPER SPECIAL THIS WEEK
25% Off All Colors
( Stock Only Metal Extra If Needed) $353 Reg. '5" G 60x14 Wide Oval
100 Feet $449 Raised Lettered Tires
All Work GuaranteedTo 1 Rack Of' SPECIAL!
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Your SatisfactionCome SHORTS 25% Off Round Pointed Free Mounting

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Holiday Inn Gulf 1011 N.Temple operated and around Bradford County.We have the only automatic PAINT SALEGet
Limit One Per Customer Per Meal by Ed Ripplinger,is a full service service station. car wash in this area.We have been able to keep
We specialize in service, which includes brake
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resident of CaD Street.In fact,Mr.Dahmer has been services of Televisions,radios,phonographs and musical
\ in the same building for 35 years.He is only the second instruments.... With ServiceWe
Save person to occupy 112 E. Call Street. His building was
F Morgan's Store until 1940.The store was built before >
> l the turn of the century,and occupied only by Morgan's The musical area dominates a big part of Dahmer's Finance Our r Own AccountsWe
_. Store.Mr.Dahmer also uses the building Abe Bessent Discount... Mr. Dahmer handles various types of .I
had his pool room in for about 48 years.According to musical instruments, a good selection of records and Service What We Sell
Mr.Dahmer"If only the true history was known about tapes. 110.also carries tape decks and speakers for
MODELWWA5500p$118' the going ons in his building"it would still make the automobiles.In fact, you can find more sound equip- Friendly Service From
front page of our paper this week. ment in Dahmers than you can in many major
NOW Onl t department stores in Jacksonville....
Mr.Dahmer sold souvenirs to the soldiers trainingat Winklers Electric;
Camp Blanding during the war. He also was a ,.
SOWYER SLRDEHPPLIHNCE photographer. Mr.Dahmer was asked about his future plans. He
stated that he is semi-retired. He also said that he Inc.
Columbia records was hunting for an outlet for their enjoyed working so much on Call Street that he pro-
radio sets and a new product, television, in the mid bably would be around for another 35 years or so,and
332 W MaSison PH 964 7701 forties... They' chose Mr. Dahmer to be their -1: yes, in the same building.... 234 N. Temple 964-7596

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Colonel Harry M. Hatcher leg may-bring the ':; .
to :: .
l' CHURCH ACTIVITIES: Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Barfield and friends in Miami for two
Jr. has proposed a museum be the Randal F. Chitty Armory :., .,,\:.,t"' !> . Church of God: Sunday carried their grandson, Greg weeks. They spent part of the '
erected in the Randal F. on Edwards Road. A ,,, "' .1.
receiptwill .
,,; \' School 10 a.m., Worship Ser- Barfield, home on Saturdayafter time fishing. '
be >
Chitty to the furnished ,
Armory for
National Guard preserve of the items. ;r"V" .. vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., YPE he spent some time with Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Harper -
History :: Wednesday 7:30: p.m. tbem-They will visit with his and son of Daytona Beach
Starke and Bradford
1 This will coincide County.with Aggravated Assault 'i'" Faith Baptist Church: parents and other relatives fora visited their grandparents,
} project Radio Program over WPXE while. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt, on

the 1976.Bicentennial Colonel Hatcher celebrationin stated Nets Year In Jail P Pir Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible Mr. and ,Mrs.. Doc Mosley Saturday.

School 10 a.m., Worship Services visited Cedric Rosier at Friends of Mrs. Selma
that the local Guard units
A Hawthorne man has been h, 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Shands Hospital, Gainesville, Eunice regret to learn that she
have rich
residents a would history enjoy, one knowing that sentenced to a year in Brad dnI t Prayer Meeting Wednesday on Sunday afternoon.Mr. is a patient in Bradford

ford jail for aggravated 7:30: p.m. Bible Study. and Mrs. Dave Gilpon County Hospital, Starke. Our
about.A Count
more by Circuit Judge A i. _,, Grace United Methodist: and Mrs. Rhonda Beaver and prayers are with her.
committee has
1k been R.A. Green, Jr. in July 14 I V4I Sunday School 9:4: $ a.m. Wor. Scottie of Charleston, Ind., Mr. and Mrs, James Bow
selected the
to gather necessary action. ,i ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: spent the weekend with their man celebrated her husbands

information and includesCol. Arthur Thomas, 19, was I p.m. United Methodist Fel- friends Mr. and Mrs. Paul birthday which will be July 28
.+ !. Hatcher, committee lowship 6:30 Choir Prac- Lock and
charged with aggravated : p.m. family. their son's Brian\, which will
chairman; Captain Robert L. assault after a January 11 ... tice 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. Mrs. Pierce Crews was' a be July 30, and their niece's
Reward OfferedIn Kelly, CW4 Ed Cole, SFC Clifton affray which included the use l ;. .,. :; sy' United Methodist Women Sunday overnight guest of her Lisa Derrick, which came on

E. Griffis, SP5 John M. of a broken bottle. The fight v, ,,/ met at the home of Mrs. Her- brother-in-law and sister Mr. July 15. Other guests! were

Boy's ReturnA Miller, and Maj. James F. took place between Thomas { I .:. H mie Kelly with Mrs,, Vera Mae I and Mrs. Waldo Pringle of their sister, Mrs. Wm. Cahan

Bloodworth.To and Lloyd Davis at Lonnie & Dyal co-hostess on Tuesday. Worthington Springs. On Monday and children of Baldwin, their

$500-dollar reward is make this project a success Sam's Place in Speedville, a Meeting called to order by they motored to Auburn- father and mother,' Mr. and

being offered for information it is necessary for the community near Keystone Mrs. George Roberts, president. dale and visited their sister, Mrs.. R.E. Atwater Sr., their
leading to finding Gary Glen committee and the local Heights. ; It was opened with devotional Mrs. Onie Thornton, and Mr. sister-in-law, Mrs. R.E Alt- '

Phillips, 610 W. Adkins St., Guard units to request items Thomas has been sentencedto by Mrs. Frank Coss. and Mrs. Pringles daughter water Jr. and children; Lisa's

Starke. from the general public, in- serve four months in jail Luncheon was served by the and family, Mr. and 'Mrs. mother, Mrs. Shirley and '

He is described as 4 feet 7 cluding photographs, documents and then be placed on proba.tion Cpt. Robert Kelly congratulates O.P. Hutto upon his hostesses.The Robert Springer; also their Derrick and Joe Robinson and .
112 pounds, (such as general orders for two church went to Kingsley and daughter-in-law Mr. sons, all of Jacksonville.They .
inches, weighing orders discharges years. retirement on July 2. after 33 years service In the National son
with brown hair and eyes. ), special Guard Lake for its 'Annual Sunday and Mrs. Waldo Pringle, Jr. served cake and ice cream ;

Missing since the morningof pay vouchers, news- School Picnic on Thursday. and family. They also visited during the afternoon. i. ,

June 17, the 14-year-old paper articles, military books r u SSGT Hutto RetiresAfter Members enjoyed the lake Mr. and Mrs. C.D. Sellers and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins '
Phillips was last seen wearing (especially diaries and biographies and ate picnic lunch after- family. Mrs. Pringle and her and David of St. Augustine '

blue jeans and a blue athletic ), uniforms and partsof wards. grandchildren of Auburndale spent the weekend with their '
shirt with white numbers uniforms, weapons, awards completing 32 years of ;operator Sergeant Hutto has. The Church served a spent the day with Mrs. Crewson parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl i
and trophines, mess gear, and military service, SSGT Oliver been awarded the Florida '
"22" on it.Phillips. orrieTaR covered dish luncheon Sunday Saturday.Mr. Carter and Mrs. P.L. Dinkins. ;
other miscellaneous military TESTS P. Hutto retired from the Service Ribbon and the Ar-
left a after services. .and Mrs. Floyd Normanof Mrs. Dinkins is steadily imp >
reportedly material.Col. National Guard July 2, 1975. med Forces Reserve Media ,
Church and Mrs.
Highland Baptist : Jacksonville, Mr. proving.Mrs. '
note in the mailbox saying he
!. Hatcher emphasizesthat Ssgt Hutto graduated from for outstanding performancein \
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor- Elisha Carter and family of S.L. Swindell and sons.
was going away., articles will be catalogedand Bradford High School in 1939, the Reserve. ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Middleburg, and Mrs. Darlene Mrs. Claude North and r;

The Bradford County Police controlled. Upon request, and entered the Army in Sergeant Hutto also was p.m. Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. Norman and sons were dinner family, Mrs. J.C. Beach and. .
Department is investigating, items would be returned to the February 1941. During World employed as a technician in
Wednesday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Frances Cowan and ,
and asks that anyone havingany owner. Anyong having articles /J.r::: nJ War II, Sergeant Hutto participated the Maintenance Shop at Northside Baptist Church: Leonard Norman and Mr. and granddaughter, Becky of-$
information local Guard in the invasion Camp Standing.
concerningthe concerning I at Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Mrs.Carl Norman and sons on Jacksonville, spent Sunday)
boy's whereabouts call units who are willing to lend Normandy. For service He is now retired from that Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: Saturday.Mr. afternoon with the parents,'>
((904)) 964-6161. them to the museum for view- rendered to the United States Civil Service position and was Robertson I
Mr.and Mrs. Olin White and p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday and Mrs. B.F. McCulleyand Mr. and Mrs. J.F. ,
sons, Mike and Larry, and Army in defense of his country recently honored at a bar 7:30: p.m. David spent the weekend and sister, Mrs. Edith; f,
Na Pr..ur. while serving in Europe, Sgt. becue dinner by his fellow '
S.lIinljJ Linda Powell returned last with their son-in-law and Swinney. Other guests were ;
at Fat
Friday from a weeks vacationin Hutto received the Bronze guardsmen Boy'sBarbecue PERSONALS daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Mr. and Mrs. U.S. Bethea of-f

z Mammoth Cave National Star, the Army Good conduct CWO-4 Crosby was Mr. and Mrs. Rolph Fatch- Davies and son, of Pensacola. Miami, who stopped by to'

.5 113 EWILLi 13 Park, Ky., visited Mr. and Medal, and for wounds on Hutto hand to for commend his Sergeant mann of Japan are the proud They brought their grandchildren enjoy. a get-together with '.
received in action outstanding
c Mrs. Floyd Boone and heart. the purple service to the Guard, his parents of a daughter, Carol Cherie Lynn and them.
daughter, Becky in Jackson, and his Joy, born July 12. Grand- Johnnie, from Shreveport,
Tenn. and Mr. and Mrs. After his discharge from the county community: mother is Mrs. Futch of them for the
Joyce La. home with
aJJ'U1! ] :?aJ 130 Robert Barksdale in Hum- Army, Sergeant Hutto'joined;' : would and stated miss that the the services Starke unit of Blackshear, Ga. and great summer., David will spend the T EVER easy
the Starke
: boldt, Tenn. and toured the unit of the Florida Hutto. aunt is Miss Elizabeth Terry. summer with the Davies.

Smoky Mountains. National Guard where he Sergeant Mr. and Mrs. Jr. Green and Mrs. Ruby Gaynoe of Ocala TEAM
Hutto and his wife
served until his Sergeant ,
retirement. and Mr. and Mrs.
D sons, spent the week with her aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Peek, Jr. During his career in the Grace, reside on a farm in Johnny Jenkins and son, Mrs. Rossie Reddish. "

I I 70 Datsun Truck 70 Cadillac .5 returned Sunday of last week Guard, Sergeant Hutto filled the Bradford County where Robert, of Hilliard spent Sun Mrs. Glen Ray Alford and 1

with Itak. Body. Maady Par Cpa. Oavilla. On. _ne,. Llk. after touring England, many positions including that Hutto's plan to spend their day with their parents, Mr. family of Mayport were
rt retirement .
Tough Joks Ns W. Scotland and Wales for three of Supply Sergeant, infantryman doing, ""just and Mrs. O.J. Anders. Saturday dinner guests of Mr.

"i $1150 $2250 ;; weeks and spent the weekend and machine, enough to keep busy. Harold Eunice entered St. and Mrs. Barry Batts and

U enroute home in New York Vincents Hospital, Jackson- Barry Lee. Other guests for

O 7I City. ville, on Monday, July 21, and the day were Mr. and Mrs.

.. 0u New Information Referral Service had surgery on Tuesday, Our B.F. McCulley and their
72 Mazda 808 Douglas Seymour of are with him. .
72 Van R prayers grandchildren.
li 2.D With. Slack CM.'. RUN.'In,. Nlc.4-Spd.economy Urn Tradesman Dodge 200. LW.. ltd. Tallahassee spent the Offered Senior Citizens In 19 Counties Mrs. Wm. Wolfe and son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Watson 4w'4r
aSS Car Trans. Cvl. L_. Low Prlc. eekend with his parents, Mr. Cape Coral brought her and family of Hampton
$1944 and Mrs. J.D. Seymour, at TALLAHASSEE If you are Secretary Emmett!: :s. Roberts mother, Mrs. Hester Hicks" spent Sunday with Mr. and
O $1044 nI1 60 or over, and need said: .
Kingsley Lake. age home on Friday after she Mrs. Paul Lock. "Maybe thls'U make a 1Je.
assistance or informationabout '"Florida's 1,673,811 citizens: spent three weeks with them.. On Thursday Mrs. Onie *
health and social services .- age 60 and over representmore Never of you The chairman : -
Mrs. James Barron and ; They the weekend with Thornton of Auburndale and '
72 Grand 72 Ventura II '
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call' this toll-free than one-fifth of our and of the board would ;
she the Glen Shuford family
Moneca of
''''v., With Whit vinyl T... Sllvar with Black. Vinyl" Irrtorlor. mmOr Mrs. Myrtle Anderson were her granddaughter '
"IS Pull Pwr. Plus ...c. AC. Wlr. .- ,H&N.AT.PS 207 V-. ...c. Wednesday luncheon guests of number ((800) 342-0823; total population. Fortunately, Orange Park, arrived and will 'a word with you!
Wh.l C.v... AC. ".ooe Mllat$ ,, Mr. and Mrs. John, Andersonin Or ask someone to do it f for a great number of them' are ,Mr.and Mrs. Phil Eunice ofGraham spend, some time with her

'a $2775 $2075 Callahanj'; you. "?. .. health and active. But, there ,took their nephew sister; Mrs. Pierce Crews.
Doe *' An understanding person is many of them ill and niece, Douglas and Dar- Mr. and Mrs.. Randy Blom

answering such calls.since and without suffcient funds, to lene Eunice, home on Satur- and Nathan spent the weekend 1
72 h C50Two Mr. and Mrs. Marion June 30 between 7 a.m. and 7 whom we must extend a DOlT
e r ov VT 72 CheYC-10 J and of day morning after they spent with their brother and sister-
Harrington daughter
Spa. awls St.p.Sld*. V4T.n, .-wnl. pm., Mondays through helping hand as equal citizens. some time with their grandparents in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
with 2.'''''. *.i.. 350 Bn,. with Or. Hunto,'. .....,.1. Na.ds __ Ormond Beach spent the Fridays listen ,to your The I&R system is designed to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith of Tampa. Their brother -
a: 4 EEL Road Rndy. A.ducid .
Attention' weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
then give In- find them, even in the -
problem you Eunice, and other relativesand John Smith, returned
$4055 $1855 0 C.N. Christy. formation or inform you on remotest areas and under the friends.Mr. home with them.

where to receive assistance.The direst of conditions, and to and Mrs. Glen Shuford Mr. and Mrs. Paul Norman

1 Rev. and Mrs. George voice you hear at the provide them with the help and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe and family visited Mr. and

69 Chevrolet Impala Super Sport Harper returned Saturdayafter end of the line will belong to a they deserve for contibutlons Martinez, of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston on Sunday
On.Own.W .r. Rid with w..". ". Buck.! '..t..nd Con. *' two weeks camping in representative of the already made to our society."
U ..P.c.Air'Cond..Auto Trans.,PS,PS.3M.n,.On.".Kind. the Blue Ridge Parkway and The counties Bradford Mrs. Bill Anders and family afternoon.
of Health and are, !I
: gathered at the home of their Mr. and Mrs. Bill Duke and
$1550 Z Skyline Drive, Va. and also Calhoun Citrus Dixie
Rehabilitative ServicesHRS ,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.J/ family of Keystone Heights
S O visited their daughter, Miss ( ), which is concerned Franklin, Gilchrist, Gulf, Anders, and honored their dad visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul "k }
Naina Harper in Martinsburg, Hamilton Jackson Jefferson
o about the continuing welfare of with a barbecued steak Lock Sunday. j
73 Gran Torino Squire 73 International q W. Va. yourself and 1.5 million other Lafayette, Levy, Liberty, on his birthday on Wednesday supper Rudy on Waters, son of Mr. and

C. 3>..,Wagon with rack.AC. ,PJ, Scout II :II; Florida citizens age 60 and Marion, Osceola, Sumter, night. Miss Sheri Redgrave Mrs. Danny Waters, cele-
.PB. AT. R.d with wood grain m :I Mrs. Nancy Gunter Suwannee, Taylor and Union.
l-sld.E.Dcu5lo.N.rp. umwHa.M.toma.Whl.Or.. beyond. enjoyed the occasion with brated his 5th birthday on
'.5.....Hard. Top.. RxdYor youhunt.s. :I returned last Wednesday from This was the message HRS The HRS planning and Sunday afternoon with a party
$3200 six weeks visit with her relayed to elderly for the I&R them.Mr.
$3200. n persons evaluation survey H.C. of between 2 and 4 p.m. Wayne
and Mrs. Harley
Mrs. Carol
daughter, with details of theDepartment's
recently along project shows that Patrick, Dee Dee Waters
.MM X- Heinicke in South Bushnell were weekend guestsof
Hadley, comprehensive Information Office of Agingis
a new
73 GMC Jimmy 73 Dodge Darts Mass. their son-in-law and daughter Terry Crews, Jamie Bradley,
... Swln..... ,. and Referral (I & currently funding a numberof Tisa and Amy Waters his
51. Gold a Whit*. MO Eng.SrerN All hav. LowMlloi. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mas-: ;
PS. .Pit. ..... AC. AT. Now .You r. AC AT PS, .... ..... R) system. ; projects throughout the and their son grandmothers, Mrs. James
|Radian., 4 WHI. or. TaM pick a''s a I'. George Kopelousos was Designed initially for the state that do provide I&R sey and family, Mr. and Waters and Mrs. Helen

$4066 $2666 visiting friends and relativesin state's elderly citizens: the services for the elderly, but and daughter-in-law and, Scoggins of Starke; great
Greece the three Mrs. Joe Harley family.
0 past I&R plan calls for a master that the agencies receiving and and grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
C weeks. reference file of services in a these funds engage in all typesof Lisa Harley went Terry home Buford Higginbotham, of

C 73 Dodge % Ton PO central office, immediate health and rehabilitative Virginia Massey Maxville, Mr. and Mrs. J.S.
73 Chev. ft Ton with their grandparents for a
Mr. and Mrs. D.F. Crowsonof
Adv.nou,1f' LWI. ill ci. pj, Custom 10. LWB. a Cyl. lid. referral of requests and needs, services and do not con- Waters, Mrs. Robert Patrick,
AT, ...c. AC. Topper. I".ncy) Trans.Arctic Whit..On.Owns M Smyrna Ga. were weekend centrate on .I&R services visit.Mrs..lAssie Starling of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Michael Watersof
visitors of his brother Claude
; $3325 $2425 Crowson, at Lake Bedford. .-, alone. sonville spent the weekend Middleburg, Randall Scog WII1tSrearv1E
: V. with her daughter, Mrs. Elsie gins of Starke, and Mrs. Dearl *

M 1 ..M? Norman.Mr. Bradley enjoyed the afternoon
73 Mercurys 73 Pont. Lemans D and Mrs. O.J. Anders with them. After playing some
Mrs. O.L. Beasley and Mrs. 2a r' RENTAL CARPET CLEANERGet
Z 2b
On. Montage MX On. Monta.r.y. On. Gold On. Maroon. Both J.W. Kincaid w11w and Sheri Redgrave were games, he opened his gifts. '
spent n
loth 4 Ort. with PS, PC a Hav. P.c. y served cake and ice professional result for
M Fat AC. Your Cholco.: Kaducad Rai.. Your :':;'ic'T.R.duc.d'IC. =]* Monday with their sister, 3a Oak Thursday overnight guests of They far less than professional costs
Mrs. C.C. in Tampa. "s their son-in-law and daughter, cream.
$2477 $2677 aC s..ti, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins Mrs. Wyolene Ivy Day and Hourly Dally' Weekend( Rate

iW' The Smith-Anderson family ., 4b and son of Hilliard While Chief William Klipp of Jacksonville -
dinner Paul's.Driv.
76 reunion held at GRAY AREAS there they helped their were Sunday
was Sunday
Cadillac Seville 76 g. cJ
"EPRESertTTHeitcOUNTIftlNFLORIDA. ,,,,, mother Mrs. O.J. Anders, guests of her mother.Mrs.
Lovoly Illv.r M.t.lllc with Matchli'...L._,'_,''or.This. _H. the home of Mrs. H.T. Smithat INITIALLY' USINO' Lucille T. Ivey, and her bro-
a Too Many O..lIon.To List Tn.Winch, Stick.,,.Still On It. N.ver n Santa Fe Lake with approximately 1 linauNoefilNEWDeAATM' 3b ]g celebrate her birthday. ther-in-law and sister,Mr. and In Cleaners
in.a 1100 M In. 60 attending.Mrs. MENT OF INFORMATION AND Mr. and Mrs. Richard
SAVE REFERRALFHOORAM Chesser and family of Sanford Mrs.D.R. Brown and Cynthia.Mr. .
$1150 SAVE and Mrs. Edward 964-5498
tI Harold Godwin and .OLD SOLID LINI 7b were Thursday to Saturday
daughter, Jana, Miss Brenda RFPRIsNTs.ouNDARIFsOpTNI' 4 8, 8a guests of their brother-in-law Roberts returned home on Starke Fla.
.! '74 Mazda RX3 '74 Satellite .*' Roberts; and Mrs. Godwin'sniece II NEW HRS DISTRICTS' and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday after visiting; relatives ,
St.llon w...... '''ver. R&H. 4. Plea P.wd.r LNN' Sebrin4' .. Miss Eslie Williams of w--.. 4'(\ Wayne Massey, and other
S 5..... Air Condo Mil.. CotS Vinyl. _.AT PS. PE. .....A. IOR. Framingham, Mass. spent DOTTKDLINCREPRESENTS DIVISION' Of TMl NUV \ ,8b...r.- relatives. "
c. IL.N MI..... Llk.. Now "IS MHI OIBTHICTS'INTO U8D Tfllcl.' Ig daughter of
$3150 last week at Panama City :: Teresa Harley, .1'
Do $3250. Beach. they were joined over JUNe" ,I9T| r I'. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harley DeWitt C. Jones
'. attended the Florida Diabetic
-tc :I the weekend by Mr. Godwin 8c

'74 Dart Swinger '74 Plym. Duster and son, Jay; and Philip t' u 10 Camp at Melrose for two I

S .,... WIM ..'" Vlny, To,. .u..... BoI... 2.0.. s... Cp. :- Johns. weeks. Funeral NomeSTARKE
ft&H.MIN anfJ. PS. P00. A.C, Mr.. and Mrs. Malcolm .
Six CYI 1 aikMH w.nsMisal.
1I.2oe of Waxhaw N.C.
.. Mrs. H.M. Richarde and to the agencies providing II JJ McLaughlin ,

t E $3588 $2488 ;rt' Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck and these services, and a followupon spent the weekend with Rev. PHONE .9646200'RENTAL

D family of Palatka are each case to make sure the 7 and Mrs. Jim Hall and family.LEVI'S .
D vacationing for two weeks at service has been promptly
L '74 Monte Carlo '74 Chew. 3+3 .... Dillard, Ga. provided. i. HOSPITAL BEDS WALKERS. WHEEL CHAIRS ''

II. LYryYMy wltn wnit.Vinyl To,. Or... a _Ifo. sa T.... ..tr. the I&R ft CRUTCHES
Landau Swl..OUt....k..s.Pull L.... WI l ..... 2M ..... .... 9 program I
Mr. and Beecher of will become operable LADIES -- MEN'SSTUDENTS
Mrs. R. lIt
Ii I'wr. .c. A C. Only 1111 MIlK P.AYNTr.nsAHc.MI'. ia.IN a KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176.
MI..... 0'''. Ovor lion.N I: Lyons Ga. and Mrs. Joe rural counties, including CHILDREN .'n
$4675 '. peppe of Corbin, Ky. have Bradford and Union. An HRS
been guests of Mr. and Mrs. planning and evaluation Largest Selection and Size Range in.South I
0 I Lamar Shaw at Kingsley lake. survey found that services
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S '75 Ford FlOO 75 Datsun Truck and facilities for the elderlyare BOOTS: Tony Lama, Justin, Fry, Texas, Ding, Acme and

a Lang a Wida. 5,11115, RN. 4410 .uel"YNI.W.. 4.154.. RMLMil. .. Mr. and Mrs. Marlie San minimal compared to the Larry Mahan .
_- C_....,:Iq Auto...Trans.N.C.... I'w'.nr..b Air WSW.0..."..'_.umpo. Nover ass .MI.TNIN..... ttia derson of Fort Pierce and other 48 counties which have RTSiPanhandle I Slim,Karman. Larry Ma......, Hang Tan :. GET HOOKED fr

Miss Sue Morris of Pompano larger populations and better Levi, Roper THIS IS NO LINE .
$4599 $3099 Beach spent the weekend with resources. HATS: Stetson, American and Reslatel THERE ARE MORE FISHING LICENSES SOLO
NM Mr. and Mrs. S.G. Denmark Under long range plans HORSE Saddles,Halters. Bits, ........, .rld""' Grooming' f THAN MARRIAGE LICENSES-

} when additional federal and- Supplies etc;

TWO LOCATION$ : Mrs. or state funds are available, :. MEET INTERESTING PEOPLE
Carrie .Hitch had
as the I&R project will be Master diarg and .....IIAm.rlcard.W.lcomed.
guests. Mr. ind Mrs. .
KEYSTONE-473-4470 K.S.Glines and Mrs. Thelma entire broadened state to include and other the UttltDritWMtiraStortJacksoiviUt. A TACKLE SHOP
Mendoza of Jacksonville on I INVESTMENT NEEDED ONLY $6950.
program areas. 802 South Ugewool a..i .
Sunday and Mr. and
Viewing the I&R plan CALL Mr.PATRICK AT:
as an
o = Edgar Darby of Arizona and
MELROSE- 475-1165 Mrs. Harry Darby of Lake Important adjunct to HRS Florida 384-1210 803/556-4970.

City on Tuesday. multiple ..erV1c.es'and Monday Thru Friday: .9 A.M. TH .9 P.M.* OR WRITE TO:
i' Hwy 26 8 21 l *' facilities for the physicallyand P. O. Box"10208 CHARLESTON, SC 29411

mentally ill, the impoverished Saturday: .9 A.M.: Til 6 P.M. j jai lie.'/31J __
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I : Sandra Deese And Keith Pat ray Exchange Wedding Vows July 11 I Bridesmaid Lawn Wedding Unites Miss Baker and Mr. Griffis I IMiss

Miss Sandra Deese, daughter Susanne Gassett of Lake Gen. Luncheon Katharine Diane
of Mr. and Mrs. Richard eva, cousins of the groom, Baker daughter of Mr. and
Deese of Lawtey and Keith served as bridesmaids.. They IIIII For Miss EdwardsMiss Mrs. Jeff Baker of Hampton,
Patray, son of Mr. and Mrs. wore floor length gowns of was united in marriage to
Don Patray were united in mint green polyester identicalto ,; Patricia Edwards, Daniel Joseph Griffis son of
.' marriage Friday, July 11, at 8 the maid of honor and ,July 26 bride-elect was Mr. and Mrs. James (R.G.)
p.m. in the First Baptist matching hats. They also honored at a bridesmaid Griffis on June 14 at 7:30: p.m.
Church in Starke with Rev. carried wicker baskets with luncheon on Saturday, July 19, at a lawn wedding at the
Ben Bryant: performing the mint green streamers. given by Mrs. Randy Cory, Griffis home in Graham.
double-ring candlelight cere- Little Candy Hamilton of ; Mrs.. Martha Blom and Mrs. Judge Elzie Sanders per- w 4
mony/ Gainesville served as flower t Gene Long in the Pecan Roomat formed the nuptials in front of 4 '
Highlighting the altar were girl and wore a floor length A- the Garden Restaurant. an arch decorated with nose-
two Baskets of large yellow line gown of summer yellow, Bridal place cards markedthe gays of pink white and yellow ; 4 '
mums, white gladioli, white silk organza, with matching T-shaped table seating summer flowers entwinedwith
daisies green carnations and headpiece. She carried a arrangement for the guests. ivy.Wedding.
yellow pompoms against a white wicker basket with j The table was covered with a music was pro- j
Background of arched and yellow satin streamers filled white linen cloth and centered vided by stereo.
tree candelabra.; Garlands of with varigated rose petals. with an arrangement of bridal James A. Griffis attendedhis :
dogwood draped the pews. Mr. Patray attended his son roses, China blue mums and brother as best man. '
The bride, given in as best man. Ushers were babies breath, balanced with Ushers were David K. Griffis
marriage by her father worea Mark Patray, brother of the four crystal candle holders and Boyd D. Baker. : :
floor)length white organza groom Gary Brewer brother- I wjth china blue tapers. Down Mrs. Jerry Hulsey attended
gown"wlth empire waist in-law of the groom, and the length of the center table, her cousin as matron of honor. I'' .
enhanced with sequins and Bobby Milner. They wore ,was a garland of lace fern She wore a full length dress of 4
chantilly lace. long sleeves mint green tuxedos. Little interspersed with crystal pink double-knit polyesterand ,, ,_i ,
and chapel train. She wore along Donnie Blackwell of Lake City 'candle holders holding wore a white crochetedhat. _
,veil of illusion outlined was ringbearer.Mrs. lighted china blue tapers. A She carried an arm bou- F. ;
with scalloped chantilly lace L.A. Canova organist, bride 'doll and three quet of two red roses leather "
and carried a cascade of white and Billy McRae soloist pro- bridesmaids, dressed in China leaf fern, satin bows and
roses.- vided a program of nuptial blue standing in four cut. streamers.Mrs. :
Miss Kay Rosier of Palatka music. glass compotes were Boyd Baker of lIamp. \t
cousin of the bride, served as A reception was held in the arranged down the length of ton and Miss Lee Ann Ashline j
maid of honor. She wore a church Fellowship Hall. Mrs. the. center table. of Starke were attendants.
floor length gown of yellow Art Patray greeted the guests \The hostesses presented' the They wore full length dressesof I ,
polyester styled with long and standing in the receivingline honoree, her mother Mrs. pink and white dotted Swiss .
bishop sleeves inserted with were the bride and groom, .'J.M. Edwards Jr., the and wore pink crocheted hats. ..-.--.
lace and the tiered skirt also their parents and bridal atten- groom's mother, Mrs. J.R. They carried arm bouquets of
bows and .
had insets of matching lace. dants. Mrs. Gary 'Brewer, Wainwright and grand. one red rose leather leaf fern pearl James Griffis Jr. assisted in
bouffant veil
She wore a white lace picturehat sister of the groom, kept the 'mothers of the Bride-elect satin bows and streamers. was securedto MTV Ing.
with yellow lace bride's book. J JJrs. E.C. Long and Mrs. J.M. Given in marriage by her a chantilly lace headpiece Following a wedding trip to
streamers to match her gown The bride's table was Edwards Sr. with corsages. father the bride wore a white decorated with seed pearls. Disney World (Ihi couple is
and carried a' wicker basket covered in white satin trim- Also Miss Edwards was given satin gown with white lace A reception was also held on residing in Graham.
filled with yellow daisies and med with lace and centered 4 blue cut-crystal Ferry Lamp overlay featuring a round the. lawn of the Griffis home.
white pompoms with yellow with a four tiered "Song of qs a momento of the occasion. scalloped neckline, long lace The bride's table was The bride will be a l 1l7tl! ; graduate -
.satin streamers. Love" wedding cake baked by \ sleeves and empire waist. The covered with a white lace ol Bradlord High School
Briar Patray of Keystone Mrs. Dorothy Combs of Kings- chapel length lace train was cloth and centered with a four and is presently employed ill
Heights 'and Adrean and ley Lake. The cake was I Rev. and Mrs: F.L. Starlingand attached to the shoulders. She tiered wedding cake topped the Bradlord County Public
decorated with doves of love children have returned to carried a nosegay of spring with pink wedding bells and Library.The .
under an archway and topped their home in Arlington pastel red roses, daisies unite doves. Mrs. Charles
with a miniature bride and --- Texas after two weeks visit statice, poms miniature carnations McKinney cousin of the bride groom is a 1973 gra.
FLORIDATHEATRE groom. The attendants with their parents, Mr. and baby's breath, white cut the cake. duate ot Bradford High School
baskets flanked the cake. Mrs. W.L. Thomas and Mr. wedding lace pecot satin Miss Charlene Campbellkept and is employed at E.I.!
On either side of the bride'stable Romero-Hardy Wedding and Mrs. Joe Starling. the bride's book and Mrs. DuPont Co.
were individual tables
identical to the bride's table Party EntertainedMiss PUBLISHER'S COPY
and centered with crystal '
punch bowls encircled with Esther Romero and The patio was the scene lor

Fri. Sat. Sun. yellow daisy garlands.Mrs. Don Hardy and their wedding the occasion and the dining Consolidated Report of Condition or ".........................F.1ox:1da..Bank..at.: Starke.: ........................................,........"
Clarence Rosier auntof party were entertained at a tables were covered with..
Mon. & Tues. the bride, and Mrs. Jack rehearsal dinner Thursday white cloths and cetered with of.........Starke;; ........... .......in{ the State of.Florida.; :: .?.....,...,.........and Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of I.
Fri., 'Mon.. & Tues. Tenant of Palatka; cousin of evening given by Mr. and Mrs. burning yellow tapers int- : :
> the bride cut the cake. Punch L.F. Dinkins Mrs. Charles wined with maidenhair fern: business ..... .JUCJ.fl..l3ZS..v.' / ? .... 19........
on .
....-- _.._,1" IJ UJI.IW fi'' ..........eerved..Iaf; Miss',Sher",1"l'Sapp ,Darby, Mr.- and MVs Donald The: table' where: Jhe/Jhonqrsd.. 4 "... _. .. .',.-.-_. .4, .. ., ... ,: ...... .. .. .1titIPJ..", .. .. .\.--. .. .....,..,.. .
il:'< of Lawtey cousin of the Neel and Col.! and Mrs. H.M. couple and their parents were y ..a'. '111"" . I '""""' '
](! W W bride, and Mrs. Joe Forsyth of Hatcher Jr. at the home the seated had as its centerpiece, ASSETS '. DOLLARS Cn. .
latter East Call street.
PLUS State Marlin Farm. cousin of the on a wedding bell with either burning side 1. Cuh and due from b.nka (Including '_none unpo.ted debits) ...... ........ .. .................:.................. .... ... .7 ): .. ..40 .. 1
Patray,out. the rice Randy PikeCelebrates and yellow maidenhair tapers on fern. 2. (a) US Treasury ..curttte..............................................................., 2 .0 3 .395. 32 Total (iteme "'" j' ... .XX
I]L1LWI1JE !15 groom Bags. passed attended.The (b) Obltptton. of Federal Financing B.nk.................. .. ....... none f 2(.) (b) ) = .........2' .. 39 ... .32 2
2nd Fifty-two guests 8. Obllptlona of other 11.8. Government .pneiss and corporations..j- .921 13 3
Following the a wedding is trip to hosts and hostesses .. ObligatlonaotStat.eandpohiticalsubdivf.iona............... .. .... .. ...... ..... ....... .. ........... .. ....................... ... .. .. .......... : : :..XXX: :::6oq.::.'30 .
Daytona Walnut couple Street.residingat 19 presented the honored couple 5. Other.eeiuitieulncludingf( corporat. .tocka)..... .................... ..........:................... ....... .. ; ..:) .. 99. 5
301 The 337 bride N. is 1975 Birthday July with an electric can opener. 8. TradIng account eecuritl............. .................................................................... .......... ......................................................... none 8
a graduateof Among the out-of-town 7. Fed.... funcle BOld .nd oecurltl.. pllrchaMd under .,""m.nta to NIBil.... ............................... .................:................. .OO 00 7
School of and
I and Union is County High employedwith Mrs.Randy Michael Pike, son W. Pike Mr. of guests were Mr. Hardy'sgrandmother 8. Oth.. loana...................... ... .................. ....................... ........ .............................................................................. ................ : J>SO. : 93 8
{DRIVEIN I the presently Bradford celebratedhis Mrs. G.E. 9. B.nk preml., furniture and ftxturea and other .... rep..ntlnl bank premises ...................................... ... .. .... .419. 68 9
School County Conerly second Estates Saturday McGauley, his aunt; Mrs. 10. Real .tate owned other than bank preml ............................... ...... ............ ................................................................... ... none... 10
Southside system as a secretaryat birthday on Connie Bagwell and cousins, 11. Investments In subeidlarlee not conoolld.ted............ ..... .............. .......................... ..................................................... none. .. 11
:.....' I Fri. Sat. ElementarySchool. Maj., July and 19.Mrs. Richard G. Marie Palatka and, Ann Miss Marie Romero'sparents Johns of 12. CUitomor' liability to thla bank on .ceeptancee outstanding ... ........ ........... ........................................................... none 12
13. Other item II of "Other A..ta" Including ,_none direct leaXe ftc.ncln&) 13It.
a..ta ( ) (
is and
:: | Cans ln6G duate Mr. of Patray Bradford a High 1970 School gra- Capps Melynda., Dudley aunt ,uncle Robert and cousins Epifanio, Mr.Romero and Mrs.of TOTAL ASSETS........ ........................ ........... ...................... ............ ................................................................................... ...8.62..9.l"-.B! .. It

and is presently employedwith of the honoree helped Okeechobee and Mr. and Mrs.
,,; Second* Florida State Prison. celebrate the occasion by join- and aunt of the LIABILITIES .
ing him for a spaghetti dinnerat Vigil uncle of Miami. 15. Demand d.poelta of Indlvldu.,. partn.rohlpa, and corporation .................................................. .... .. .... .. ... .. 507... ..344. 59 15
::: PLUS Sandra the home of Randy's bride-elect 18. TIme and eevlnp d.pooita ofindividuala. p.rtn.rohlpa, and corporations ............................................... .................... ..99 8.....651. 03 18
Tomlinson parents.Also 17. D.pooita of UnIted Statae Governm.nt............. .. ... ... ..... ... ... .................................................................................. '''73 .. 92 14 17
: Livv and attending were Mr. and 18. Depo.lteofStateeandpoliticalaubdivteona................... ... ... ....... ................w........................................... ........ ...... .. .. .. 01 18
Robert RitchieWeddingAug. Mrs. R. Sapp Rhonda and Mrs. Myrtle Anderson 19. Deposits of foreign governments and olllcl.llnatitutiona ...... .. ........................................... .... ................ .. .. ... ... . ... none. 19
: L.t Dim David.. returned Saturday from ten 20. Depoeitaofcommercislbank.. ........... .... ...... ...... ..... ..... .......................................................... ........................ .. none 20
: 1 Homemade ice cream and days visit with Mr. and Mrs. 21. CertIfied and ollleers' cheeks, .ta............. .. .... ........... ............. ....... ................. .. ..14".. .. ..685. 08 21
cake were enjoyed followingthe Edward Schwab at Merritt 22. TOTAL DEPOSITS.................. ....... ............. .. ... .......... .... .......... ................. ,-. .85 xxx xxx xx 22
Sun Mon & Tues Miss Sandra Carol Tomlinson -' dinner., Island. (a) Total demand d.pooita..,.. ................ ... .... ........................... ........... ........... S.1.4.2Q--1.3 Ii 1 ..4. xxx xxx xx (.:
( and Robert Howard (b) Total tlm. .nd eevlnp d.po.ita .......... ..... ... .................. .. .. .................... 7.982.821.32 xxx xxx xx (b:
Rudy Ray Moore Is Ritchie will be united in 23. Federal funcle purcbaMd and securities BOld under .l1'eem.nta to repurchase ... .................. .... ........ .. ........... ...... ... .. none.. 23
DolvmitvPLUS marriage Friday August 1, at 2. Other lIabilities for borrowed mon.y............. ..... ... ............. ........ .......... ................,.............. .......... ........... .... . . .. p.one.. .. 24
7 p.m. in the First Christian PINE HURST'Fabric 25. Mortgage Indebtedne .... ...., .. ........... ............... .., .................... ...... ................ ....:.......... ..... .... .. .............. . .. ..nQne.., 25
Church with a reception 26. Acceptances .xecuted by or for account of thu bank and outatandlnl ....................... ... ......... .. ............. .. ne 26
following in the church 27 Other liabilities ......... . .. .. 46'6" 86
I a.vil. Fellowship Hall. I 25. TOTAL LIABILITIES....:::::::...: : .::. :..:...........::::..:. .::..:...:..:.:::::: :: ::: .. : :: :::::::::::::: ::: :::::::.: ": .. :::::::::::: : : ::: : 3o3 fl :

All friends and relatives are GROCERY fl'.N.J 29. MINORITY INTEREST IN CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES. .......... ............ ....... .. ......... .. .flD.f 29
invited to attend. .
t WvddingNight I I.l .........,... -- ----.c 100 E. 964-9935 RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES

Mrs. w-H: Hart spent 30. Reserve for bad debt 1_ on bane (eet up purou.nt to Internal' Revenue Service ruUnj) ...... ................ ............ ............. ... 2 ... 76 73t 80
: Sunday and Monday with Mr. .. \ Other re.v on loana.... ..... .... ... . .. ... .. .. ... ...... ....... ...............................:................"...... .............. ............. .none. .. 31
.l 1 .J ind Mrs. Michael May In / 82. a-v. on .euritiss. .........w.......................... ....... .... .. ..... ... . ..... .............:........................... ..... 32
Ocala. 88. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES .. .. ... ..... ..................... .... ........... ...... ..Z'. 33

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ISTHEPARTYOVER? I s.. Capital notae and d.benturea.... .... ........ ....... ...... ......... .. .. .. .. .....................................1......... .... ... ... .p.one 3.
; (specify Intareat rate and maturity of each 10011. outat.ndlnc) ..
Reg. 5M MATERIAL $399 U. Equity capital total. .. .... .. . .. ........ .... ...... ................................,...:...".................... ... .3Jf.. ..3.9. 85S8.
\ :'' Th rt', no getting around the fact that your high I Preferred .toeI -tot.. par v"u.. ...... ... .. .. .... ...... ............... ...... ................!.....................:.., ..;............... .. .."..IIOIle soNo.
,, school of the best have. Good Reg. '4' MATERIAL $349 ( share. outstanding ) .-
years arc some you'll ever yd i7. Common .tock-total par value ............. ... ................................................................................:i......................... .. .000. 00 37
\ friandf. good time, lot of laughs: Maybe even a little (No. iberia authorized 12.000 > (No. aheree outot.ndlnl l' .noo I ) ,

'(earning. But how that you're graduating really have MATERIAL $269 yd 38. SurpIu .... .. .. .. .. 000. 00 38
decider. "Is the Party Over?" you Reg. 388 39. Undlvld.dproltte" ; :::::::::: ::.::: .::::: ": '::::::::.::'::::::''':'::''':::'::'::::::::::::.::::::::::::::::::::::..::::::::::::'..::..::::":::::::::::::::::::.:::' : :: :: :: 9 .: :: 93 39to.

I Reserve far contIngencies and other capItal reserve ......................... ....... .... ................ ...... .......:..... .. .. ... ... 40
\Fo;' some of your classmates it probably is. They'll I/ REG- U. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS.......... .................... ......... ......w....................... ...................,........,....:............. ... ...... ... ... 9. U
settleMr4o Jobs that aren't going anywhere and that's OFF *2. TOTAL LIABILITIES RESERVES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS..................:........... ........:............. .... ... ... ..392... B.ti .2

wheVe' they'll sit. With their memories. JEANS 73 PRICE MEMORANDA .

:Bat'If ypu want to go places in life, you can. And 1. Average 01 total d.pooita for the 15 calendar days ending with cell d.te ............. ...... ...........:..:....................... ........ 00 1
there'i' one l job that can start you out on the right foot 2. Avenge 01 total bane for the 111 caI.ndar days ending with call elat.............. ......... ..........:.:. .......:.:....................... .QO It
MEN'S WESTERN Reg. '9"' $795SHIRTS' 3. Unearned deount\ on I"'talmmt loans Included In total capital account .......................,................". ................ ....\ .........216 none.. a
better.than any other we know of. The Marine Corps. .. Standby letters of credit.........._.._.__ .._......__.._.. ...._...........-.....-.........._-.._........._.._...---._..-. -..-_. ..PoQ.ne ........__ 4
'After boot camp you'll get top notch training n'l
$794 S695

specl: llze\t career.' The kind of top notch training only /?....,.........,.........Ruth.....S... .. ..Johnt. ..,....Cashier. ............ ...... ......., ffOu, ,atotf-nanud; bank, Jo sobmnly' {AmRM } thai thit r.povcoswos
the'Mlrl"*, an give you. They have over 400 different $ 95 -
'Jo l'and'I if\ybu qualify you can take your pick.: Jobs Reg. '6M 5IQLb. i .rue and comet (a Uu 6f o/ my knowledge: and Mi/. .

Ruth .Johns;
like Air Traffic Controller Telephone Technician Air Cornel- -Altai: ................"......................s.......... ............:./.................. .,.'.....
craft .Mechanic., Even Criminal Investigator. Jobs that Cubed450' 'l! : :,

'offer you a challenge. Excitement. And a real future ....? ?.... .??s*.. .. .?.**

,jn or'if out you of think the\fOU've Marines. got what it tlk... a I Job in the Lb. Crushed $1 .::::::::.-::::.;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;.:::::::::::::\,:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ." '. .J.E:; ain .<**...>:::::::':':.::::.:::::::::: ::...::::':::: :}'Df.i.. f

: Marines I It a good'piece to start. Call now for more 025 ..."......!" ........-!t........................... ...................-......................... ............. ........Q.., ..tI,. ... """"''.,..'''l,...........,.;.................-.................,j .".
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'. Collector '!"r: IMLk. Block $310J :M1a .: S x>n* to and woseriorf' before mt 'Ma .. ... .16th. ... ............. ..da,. ..>?.: ,rvJ. .............."."..., If.75.,
((800)) .,23.26OOToll Free. We Have 25Lb. To 300Lb. Sizes .. awl / Amkf, crrff/V Ma I am not an officer or dinetor aftkit bank :

TWMarine, .* art) l looking v for .-feW. good Thru men.July .24 21 ,., 7/24 M. _"' ..... JIi- .! ..7 ... If. 1.9 .. .. JO. ..:. !.41si...! If.. ....,, hWlo,
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14 TELEGRAPII July 24. 1975 t

Esther Romero EntertainedAt ." ." .., ...
Henley-Bradley Miss Hardy : I

Luncheon FridayMiss Engagement ToldMr. r< Ii1 w Honored At 'Jr" .,

Esther Romero whose Guests included the ten .
Two PartiesMiss r
marriage to Don Hardy was bridesmaids, the mothers of .and Mrs. Calvin Henley .. Ii,'
an event of Friday night, was the couple, Mrs. Charles Sr;, of Starke announce the '!"!\"'' ;if
hostess at a bridesmaids Hardy and Mrs. Epifanio engagement and approaching 1, Jayne Hardy, whose ,
luncheon Friday at the Romero and the musicians. marriage of their daughter, marriage to David Men ? If .''r.'I .
Garden restaurant. Miss Romero presented Marolyn Kaye, to Marcus denhall will be an event of .t.
The long dining table was gifts to her attendants [ Kevin Bradley, con of Mr. and August 2, was complimentedat
centered with an arrangementof during the luncheon. Mrs. Noone M. Bradley of several parties in the past :
red and white pompoms, Route 3, Starke. week. t: '.
red lace florets and baby's Miss Watson The wedding will be an yyi On Tuesday night of last :/ breath. Bridal place cards event of August 15 at 8 p.m. in week Miss Hardy was honoredat : .
marked the seating the Church of God in Starke. r l house"
an "open given by
arrangement for the 16 guests. Shower HonoreeMiss All friends and relatives are ;. ,.Q Mti Mrs. L.A. Canova, Mrs J.D. k..-:,,. .' .... .
I invited to attendIK'PLICATK z* aq watw Seymour Mrs Vernon Silcox ., -" "hV

Jency Watson of and Mrs. C.N. Christy at the ) .'.
Eastern Star Hampton August 20 bride- BRIDGE home of the latter on N.
elect, was the honoree at a Walnut street.
Supper July 26 miscellaneous shower and Mrs. J.H. Minesinger Colorful arrangements of ,
Wednesday night of last weekat ;WI
flowers used
the couple at summer were
were winning
the home of Mrs W.H Harton vyr
Starke chapter No. 224. East Call street.Cohostesses Duplicate Bridge Tuesday throughout the party rooms
Order of the Eastern Star, will were Mrs. night. Tieing for second were for the occasion. I

have a covered dish supper, Earl Voyles, Mrs. W.E. Mrs. S.W. Hamilton and Mrs. Mrs. Christy greeted the
Saturday, July 26, at 7 p.m. in Thornton and Mrs. Morris fo'.J. Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. guests at the door and stan-
the Masonic Hall. Ed Wainw ight. ding in the receiving line were Y
Starling ri the honoree and her mother,
All Masons and their
The color scheme of yellow
Mrs. J.E.
families are invited to attend. and white was carried out in pfd'Yo-X-w The refreshment table in the

the flower arrangements in dining room was covered with ":
the party rooms. Rev.and Mrs. D.T. Farabeeand ,
Todd Hall an imported pink linen cloth
family of Sarasota r
The refreshment was with
lace. Off
deep battenburg
Monday visitors of Mr. and
covered with a lace trimmed
center the table
Celebrates2nd on was a
golden colored cloth with a Mrs. A.J. Eaves. Romantic Thoughts can- ,.
bowl on one end and a
punch ? delabja; arrangement of roses,
BirthdayLittle Mrs. John Pare of Orlandois
candelabra with yellow taperson statice
baby's breath pink
the other end. visiting her parents, Mr. and marble
Bridal games were enjoyedand and Mrs. J.M. Edwards, Sr., miniature car-
Todd Hamilton Hall this week. r '' nations, Fuji chrysan-
celebrated his second birthday prizes awarded. themums and pink grapes
19, at Miss Watson and her .
Saturday July a Mr. and Mrs. r.j/ iI p entwined throughout the
Harvey Taylorof
swim party at the home of his mother Mrs. Russell Watson, candelabra, and draped down
Cross Creek were Monday
parents, Mr and Mrs. Charles were presented yellow and night of last week guests of the length of the table was a
H. Hall at Crystal Lake. white corsages. garland of the same flowers to
Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Thomas.
About 50 were invitedto 1
Swimming and refresh- guests meet a
attend. Miss Peterson and Mr. Stokes matching nosegay..
ments were enjoyed duringthe Local admittances to Interspersed in the
hours.Todd's Rhoda Jones and KW. Wainright
party Bradford County Hospital this arrangement were loops of
cake Repeat Vows June 28
birthday was
week include: Mrs. Pennie green dotted Swiss ribbon
decorated around the Apollo- Mrs. E.M. Long attended and Mrs the Corbett, Miss Lola Milliard Punch was served from Wedding June 28 In Gainesville
Soyuz mission theme. E.J. Dowling Frank Strickland' Herman Miss Blanche Annette Miss Ruth Crosby presenteda silver punch bowls at two

Homemade ice cream was antique show Beach at Woman's the Nettles Mrs. Selma Eunice, Peterson, daughter of Mr. and program of nuptial music. tables in the livingroom. The Trinity Church of the Given in marriage by her
served. The table appointments afternoon. Mrs. Mary Padgett, Mrs. Mrs. James A. Peterson, and Wayne Harris served as were covered with Moor length Nazarene in Gainesville was father the bride wore a gown
were red, white Club Sunday Vivian McRae and Mrs. Donald Gray Stokes, son of best man. cutwork cloths and a garlandof the setting for the wedding of designed and made by her
and blue. Gertrude Cocciardi, Starke Mrs. Grace Stokes of Columbia Ms. Renee Carter was maidof greenery encircled the The
Out-of-town were Mr. and Mrs A. Russell ; Rhoda Marie Jones daughter grandmother, gown was
guests honor. She bowls.
Norman have returned from Lawrence Litton, Lake Tenn., were united in wore a pastel of Rev. and Mrs. Reed "hite'satin with overlay of
Mrs. Anna E. Leaptrot, a Geneva; Earle Phillips John marriage Saturday, June 28,, green unbleached muslin Assisting in serving were Jones, to Kenneth Wayne white nylon with rosebud
22 day tour of the Orient including
Mrs. Dianne -
grandmother Starling Sr., and Misses Janet at 6:30: p.m. in the yard of thebride's floor length, gown with Mrs John Miller, Mrs. Gene Wainwright, son of Mr. and stripes. The empire waistline/
and Lee Japan, Korea
Sieg, aunt, Lauren hat and carried Mrs. H.M. Hatcher
matching Ivey
S. a III.
831 Parker
and Duncan ,
Evelyn parents
Lawtey accented with seed
; Mrs. James T Wainwright ol was' pearls
Thailand and and
all of Kong
Ann Sieg. cousins, Mrs. Ada Howell Lake Street, Starke, with Rev. nosegay of yellow fantastic Mrs Linda Johns, Mrs Bob
also visited Alaska and New Lawtey on June 28 at 7 p.m. und a satin bow in the l Iml'k.
Jacksonville. York enroute home. Butler; Wendell Chastain Phillip W. McNeish performing daisies with white baby'sbreath Ferguson, Mrs. W.B. Mundy Rev Reed Jones and Don The Klt.'l'\'esl'I'e'' made of
Hampton. the nuptials. fern and yellow satin and Mrs. Palmer Williams. Denton performed the candle- white nylon and mine ,hi
Ij -----.--- streamers. Miss Hardy and Mrs. Hardy light ceremony points lit the \\lists I IIl'l'dlapl'l
Miss Lori Ann Alvarez, were presented with pink .
l'il11110' ,
at Mrs. Ruth Waterman. length \ ,, attached
I cousin of the bride, and mas- corsages and Miss Hardy was
pianist,and Miss Kim Hodges. to u headpiece ol while
ter Kevin Troope, the groom'snephew also given a Chippendalefooted
soloist presented a programof satin !gathers/ accented with
were flower girl and silver tray from her nuptial music. I seed pt.'al'lli. She I curried a
: 7 + ring bearer. Lori wore an hostesses as a memento of the Norman Traylor served as bouquet of white daisies with

.4 nry r unbleached muslin floor occasion. best man and the ushers were yellow centers, ,yellow rose
length,,dress trimmed in pale Approximately 150 guests Dean Traylor, Danny 'Jones buds und bal>>'s bl'eath.A .
P yellow and carried a white called between the hours 8 and and Ronaldood. reception was held in the
lace and yellow ribbon 10 .m. '
Miss Jeanetta Jones! attended church reception hall.
covered basket
filled with her sister as maid of Miss Donna Thomas ol
white rose petals honor. Misses Natalie Jones Gainesville greeted the guests
The bride, given in Elaine Wainwright and Joyce at the door and !kept thl'hl'ldl"s
marriage by her father, wore The Kingsley Lake home of Howard were bridal attendants book Mrs Shirley'
rw 1 an Unbleached floor length, Mrs. W.B. Mundy was the They all wore mint :ISewpoil; cut the c-akc' Assisting i.
gown with embroidered lace setting for a "coffee" Friday
green dresses with daisies in in serving!/ were Mrs.
j around the scoop neck bodice. morning honoring Miss the shape of hearts throughout Debbie Tralor of Law Icy and
I. 'The sleeves had a band of lace Jl.ardy.r' ,,'. They carried nosegays oC( Miss p Kim lludlt,4!
4j .1
I -"down the length,to the wrist. .Hmtesses'wlth Mrs. Mundy \ ,! ., "2yngslcYak'e
? Iwire i. {idaisies (while wnh' yellow'centers ., .
i .I Her shoulder length veil was Mrs' L.G. Powell: Mrs. ) and baby's breath Following wedding trip to
I accented with daisies and she J.A. Griffin Mrs. Guy Sale, with yellow ribbon streamers. Tennessee 1 the couple is residing
carried a cascade of white and Mrs. J.H. DuPre Mrs A. Law
Lisa Jones was flower girl in ley.
yellow daisies, yellow roses, Russell Norman Mrs. Carl and Neal Jones was
1 baby's breath and fern. Sapp and Mrs S.L. Peek Jr. bearer. ring Miss Edwards
Ms. Jeannie Faulk kept the Arrangements of pink and

bride's book at the reception.The red roses highlighted points of Honored At
bride's table was interest in the party rooms.
covered with a white,' lace The refreshment table was per3onaf
% trimmed satin cloth with covered with a white cutwork PartiesMiss
Mr yellow ribbon and fern at the cloth and centered with an

corners. The three tiered arrangement of yellow and Mr und Mrs Donald WainI'ight Patricia Edwards
columned cake was topped white pompoms, baby's w and lamily attended a whose marriage lot ,David
} with an arrangement of breath and leather leaf fern ina wedding last Friday in Lake Wainwright will be an event of
yellow and white daisies, silver bowl. City lor Randall Wainwright Saturday afternoon. July 26.
yellow roses and baby's The punch table was and Rhonda Mangham!/ at 4 p.m at the J.M.,Edwards
breath. Flanking the cake covered with a floor length Randy is the son of Mr and Jr. home on Edwards' Road
were two five branch candel- white linen cloth with Mrs. Maxie Wainwright, lor- was honored at' several
abras decorated with flowers scalloped edges and centered mer! residents of Starke. also parties in the past week.
similar to the top of the cake. with a silver punch bowl the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. On Thursday night of last
The cake was served with encircled with day lilies. Mrs. J.T. Prevail, Sr. of Titusville. week Miss Edwards was givena

People Are Sold On champagne punch. Gene Ivey of Boring Ore,,,, pantry shower by, Mrs.
Being Among the guests were Mrs. sister of the honoree, presidedat Chase Hardy of Jacksonville Ervin Andrews. Mrs
Grace Stokes mother of the the punch bowl. spent the weekend with Townsend Strickland and
groom; Mrs. Glenda Stokes of Assisting in serving were his parents Mr and Mrs. Mrs, Louin Redding at the
Culleoka Tenn., Mrs. Nelda Mrs.' A.Y. Covington, Mrs. Charles (Hardy and was an home of the latter on Edwards
Our Transmatic Service Troope and son, Kevin, of C.N. Christy, Mrs.C.H. usher in his brother. Dim's Road. .
Columbia. Tenn., Mr.' and Nasworthy, Mrs. Charley wedding to Esther Romero on An arrangement of roses
Mrs. Bobby Stokes of Pulaski, Johns, Mrs. Huston McClane, Friday night. was used on the coffee table in
Tenn. and Mrs Emily Catch- Mrs. George B. Flynn. Sr, and the livingroom. .
aleavitch and daughter Mrs. C.G. Hill. Mr.. and Mrs. Sherrod One game was played and a
Daily. Kathy of Jacksonville.Mrs. 'fhe hostesses presented the Hamilton returned Sunday prize was awarded to. Mrs.
honoree and her mother, Mrs. from ten days visit with her J.M. Edwards, Jr.
J.E. Hardy,with corsages and parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fifteen guests enjoyed the
also gave Miss Hardy the Ellsworth Jackson in Winder.Ga. occasion between. the hours 8
Pearl Colson is in vegetable dish to her china ., with their son and and 9:30: p.m.
They Have Recognized The Advantages Of Alachua General Hospital for pattern as a memento of the daughter-in-law! and Mrs.
observation and. treatment. occasion. Gary Hamilton in Atlanta and --. '- -,
One hundred guests were with relatives in Aiken-- S.C.
Miss Jean Mundy and Dr. invited to call between the Mr, and Mrs Gene Shaw
Letting G. F. Transfer Their Mortgage Frances Cannon of hours 10:30: and noon. and Mr. and Mrs, John
Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs. Ken and Chuck Struth of Kopelousos gave a barbecue
Ed Brewer and daughter Lori Plant City spent last week dinner Saturday night at the
Ann of West Palm Beach were with their grandmother; Mrs home of the latter in Green
Payments From Their Checking Accounts weekend guests of Mrs W.B. Mrs. James Barron and Lou Struth.. Cove Springs honoring Miss

Mundy at Kingsley Lake. brother, Charles Burton of Edwards and Mr. Wainwnght.
Fort St. .and Elmer .
Lucie attended the Mr. Mrs. Welty .
When Due Mrs. Arlin McKnight has funeral of an uncle. Dan King of Tokyo, Japan spent several Dining tables set aroundthe
returned from ten days in Tifton, Ga. on Tuesday. days last week with their son patio were covered' with
vacation In Columbia and and family, Mr.' and Mrs. bandana print cloths and
Manning, S.C. visiting Mrs. Gladys Weldon Richard Welty. centered with arrangementsof
relatives. She was joined in returned Sunday from three flowers.
This Saves Them summer garden
Time & MoneyNo Manning by her son-in-law weeks visit with her daughterand Mrs. R.L. Siefferman and The 50 guests included Mr.

and daughter, LTC and Mrs. family, Mr. and Mrs. C.M. children of Petersburg, Va. and Mrs. J R. Wainwright and
Don Koretz and daughter. Patrick in West Florida. are spending several weeks Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Edwards,

Checks To Write No Stamps To Mail CheckOr i with her parents, Mr. and Jr., parents of the honored
David Mendenhall of Mrs. M.F. Brown of Mon- Mrs. Merritt Williams. couple and from out-of-town:
Atlanta spent the weekend terrey Mexico spent several
Mr. and Mrs Carl Chambliss,
transportation To Drop Check Off5.390h I with Mr. and Mrs J.E. Hardy days this week with Mr. and W.T. Weeks of Tallahassee Mrs. Andy Chambliss, Miss
and daughter Jayne. Mrs J.T, Moore. visited his aunt, Mrs. J.E. Ruby Fugate, .Ms. Gayle

Wilson on Monday, Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Tom

59!% 6.72% 7 Ritch of Jacksonville, Mr. and
62o -
Elretlv. J Mrs.John Pare of Castleberryand
AnnualV IdO AnnualV..IdOn. AnnuaiVlOldOn Annual Viorld On Annual YuldOn Mr.. and Mrs.' Manic

5.25 od : 5.750h' 6.500/0' 6.750h 7.50% 4 Buck1 FlM Market Sanderson pf Fort Pierce-
The honored
SaVUlII"CotuIi SavinlPc.rtaIIea.. SaVUlIP C..ufuau SavinpCm1llca. couple were
I'oMbookSavinp 110 Day Term I Y-rTerm 21I2V..T.nn. 4VTorm At Putnam Hall Fla. presented .with a crystal
$i. aoMuwmmInv-tn nt hooossnunumlmannrnt rypeohOnunuminvmunnt 16,000lUnumunlnvwnn.m honey pot from their hosts as a

; 6 Mi. E. Of Keystone Hats Hwy 100 memento of the occasion
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Some Saving rVugraim are eubjeet 10.1 be. withdrawn without notice. Free Space Under Roof -i. -' -1'. .

Lawrence Blvd. & Sylvan Way Keystone Heights.! C.Mrs.N. Christy. W.B.and Mundy Mr. Palmer Mrs.

To All SellersMark.1 Williams gave a, luncheon
Wednesday for Miss Edwardsat
Guaranty ':"m --" --'- the Homestead Restaurant

Federal I ,,,' .G, } ----- : Open Dally tend The with dining an arrangement table was,. cen-, :'jot

SAVINGS a LOAN ASSOCIATION ww.as.c LBNOCTCCAINEgVLUEt pink and red roses in a silver

280 North Main 8tr M/3T7-3M4 'MILK' $131 Qai. I 'EGGSo:. IceEEU bowl. Bridal place cards were
3601 W UnrveraityAvenue/CTMMeeeSHOSVy.Archer" Road3720431STARKE I ire I used to mark the' seating
368 W Madtaon/IRVMOOO 473-4952 ,arrangement for the 20 guest
KEYSTONE HEIGIfTSi! 1....._ Boulevard Sylvan W.y/473- The hostesses presented the
Down honoree with the butter dish'to

.her china ai a memento of the

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July 24, 1975 TELEGRAPH Page 15

t Florida Not So Bad in Summertime Atlanta Visitor Wrote in 1886
I. '

s "Now the truth of the citizens, they would tell you it
'Thd')' following interesting trip dispelled some false ideaswe Is is the most important town In
< matter these ideas are all
article concerning Starke and had in relation to that 16' wrong. The heat In Florida is the State, for that is the way

Bradford County appeared in State, and for very many ugly 'Jr1' but little, if thanin they feel about it. We think it a
a publication, "Sunny South," things we have said about it. Middle any greater and good sign to see people love
Georgia, cer-
on July 10, 1886 by an unknown we apologize with our hat off, -- their town.
tainly, no greater on same
author signing only the initials "On the morning we left for F kind of land >- the glare of ."We know of no'community I
W.B.S./ Starke, we made the start reflected heat making the
I' rGk more cultured and refined, or
The article, captioned with many misgivings, not difference: more social and given to
"Starke' Florida is from knowing whether we were to marked and
the "The thoughtful
are perfectly
collection be lifted out of our boots by the with us to protect us from the
the files hospitality to
of than
the strangers
delightful. of ,
During a stay v I Is
heat and J broiled or roasted on insects which devour all
Florida State the good people of Starke. The
Library, several weeks here, not a
That there
the sidewalk. was human beings who have the
Tallahassee. place is
night has passed but improving rapidly
we werea +
be of in
to a process cooking hardihood to venture into that and in
hopes time
trifle to become
f more comfortable for a a
the matter was- a foregone torrid latitude. The water
"For the
first railroad
< time in our little cover. The water, though center.
"' life we have contusion. would scald us, while a chill
paid a visit to much warmer than is
f : ours,
would be lurking at "One of the most sensible
Florida in the every
summer time. "Again good tasting, and after few
we thought of a
l corner, ready to throw a wet and needed of
We,are glad improvements
we went
as the taking a mall armor along blanket days sojourn, relieves thirst. The
over us.. the town is Starke In-
t The Insects are bad, but we
stitute Prof.
presided over by
i have seen them as bad in
/ Atlanta. George C. Looney, a
distinguished educator of
j editorial----------------------------------. ''Again, the impression withus Georgia, assisted by able
A was that the country is helpers in every department.We .
perfectly worthless except to had the pleasure of at- ,
bear a little fruit, when the tending the recent commencement

l' Volume 97 Number 1 truth ',is, we have here the of this school and A J
finest gardens I ever saw,. think it the equal of any we
i while in front of the house in have visited in years. The
which I am staying is a patchof exercises were enlivened with
t ; I. five acres of corn that I am much real good music by the I

t \ satisfied will yield over fifty pupils of Prof. W.F.Seals, who FSP Employees Complete Course
bushels to the acre. has charge of the music
''I i department. Calisthenics and

", "Bradford County has a other branches are taught by Seven employees of Florida Carlton M. Broome,. and by increasing the effectiveness -
sub-stratum of clay which Miss Janie Looney, daughterof State Prison recently David D. Douglas. of employees.
holds fertilizers, and in a few the President. She is a
graduated from the Florida earned
The course 1
yearsa farm can be made rich young lady of noble presence Division of Corrections' Correctional The 160-hour resident the graduates nine semester
much attention is being paidto and the Florida
'and fine attainments, Training Institute at course covers DC credits from Lake City
agriculture in this county, exhibition in her departmentmade Raiford. administration and operation, Graduates
Community College: -
f and we have seen some really us think of some of the and work in human relations. will their \

,I I good farms with good growing fine things we have witnessedat They are (from left) Dennis Open to all employees, the training with 160 continue more hours
: crops on them.. Glad to say Ward's Seminary and older E. Coggins, Rex L. Bailes, course is being taught to instructorsat
; taught by regional
., J. that,as usual,some of the best institutions. William R. McNeish, Irving T. improve treatment, control, the various correctional I'
farmers in the county came Meres, Billy Raulerson, and rehabilitation of inmates Florida.
i from old Georgia. "The night entertainments, institutions across
: \ Toodles, the grand concert,

r "Fruit raising is by no and the crowning of the May
l.v. m V means being overlooked, for Queen, were all good, and
some of the best orange and gave pleasure to a large at- ---------- I3UJO(!) IBO'ilOBI3UJ .---------- II

tendance. Success to the
pear groves in the State are to
be found in this county. school and its management,
and to all the big-hearted, Our Country has entered its Harry Rosenshine is a and occasionally visits busi-
"Starke is the most im- whole-souled people of 200th year since the Declara- remarkable gentleman. We ness acquaintances in many
The portant town in the county, Starke." tion of Independence. The celebrated his 95th birthday states, including California.
o j in
Telegraph -wnS.
Office Camp Blanding Days Good health and good luck,
r, and if you would consult her illustrious men who wrote the anniversary at our June 24
Constitution and its preamble, meeting. You can see Harry, Harry. We all love you!

: 24 while have no intention of slighting the greatest in the world, carrying his satchell, walking Our club meets in the 2nd
This issue of The Telegraph, July we could not foresee the condi- the streets of Starke every day
'' 1975, carries proudly on its masthead Starke in the least, but on the contrary County Agents By tions of modern America. The selling shoes by mail order. ;I and 4th Tuesday of each
month at the Pratt
I Street
the notation: 97th Year, Number 1. expect to help build it up by building up 4 immortal words of "The Rightto Selling shoes has been Harry's I Recreation Center at 1
Life and the Pursuit lifelong work. He travelled the p.m.
the county. Bobby Liberty, Come 4: join us.
Notebook of Happinessthis slogan 50 states in his younger days.FORESTRY,
It'was a hot (or perhaps rainy) day on should also include the -Joe Kerriganof
r| July 26,1879 when Col. W.W. Moore and Another statement of policy this timeon right to Health.

r,! 'his son, Sterling, assembled the meagrei the political side, was made in 1895 by 4

i equipment available to printers in those the partners in ownership, E.S. Mat- The enactment of SenatorKennedy's

thews and B.J. Farmer, who said: Looks like of wholesalers and retailers Health Security
most folks
days and laboriously issued the first our Act S-3 and its back-up bill, by Chuck Weber
"When The Telegraph deals with public will have a pretty good of have to make a profit to stay
,., Telegraph in a modest frame building production from year in business doesn't help a bit.I the Gorman-Griffiths HB22, IN BRADFORD COUNTY l'"n" 'I' '"l's"1'
whose exact location is not known. questions it expresses its honest opinionas field vegetableand hope that our situation will would be the greatest gift to

to what is best for the people it repre many had crops real problems even though with improve soon so that our the people in celebration of

t.' The painful Reconstruction period sents. When its support is given to a insects and disease during the cattlemen can stay in businessand our Country's 200th birthday.
'" for it is done with the weeks of supply beef at a price we The only organizations opposed SHADE TREES PAY
after the Civil War had just come to a man public place, early growth. to such legislation are
all afford.
.; close and Col. Moore, with a backgroundof utmost confidence jn his integrity" and Dry weather did hurt corn'" can the American Medical Asso- Surely you have seen the a homesite all this in

newspapering in Cedar Key, ability to serve the people and watermelon production in, ciation and the monolithic signs often on paper- addition to their beauty.

:Jji... Tallahassee, and other Florida towns some sections, but those areas" insurance corporations. company land. .saying

''' "''probably considered the pportunity''II 'This.is: another statement of policy that received. rain last month' LETTERS 'Four,health, carebills. ,are, ... '"Planted Pines Pa iS', :<;;True. ;.,: Take UnuTJor'your'.
< 84Nlren't the[ trees:
should I have a"good harvest'! : only Whether" inatown 'or in the
yocated'on with which'we'are"! in total agreement, being. debated in Congress. at .,
the ,,
ripe for a town, new this year. Most tobacco.< and, >that paysome; of the-highest 1 country, theytrillTepay the
.*< Atlantic to Gulf railroad, whose timber and one which we strive to still carry out corn growers are expecting write present.to his Everyone or her Congressman should- paying of all trees may be effort you devote to them.

and agricultural potentials were just today. better than average yields.. ABOUT.ANONEditor and the President too in right beside your house, '.
whether you live in town or in -------------
to be realized. of the S-3
starting support Kennedy
Fruit trees have also set a the country.To .
when editorial
From the earliest days, and the Gorman-Griffiths Bill,

That was a long time ago. concern was with holes in the wooden good I've heard crop talk of fruit about this canning year.' Bradford County Teleg. HB22. see what difference (DL J l ttt U; LLit j

sidewalks and runaway horses, The pears, making elderberry Dear Sir: Through most of the elderly shade-trees can make in an

e*>0eorge Franklin Drew, a native of Telegraph has tried to promote what it jelly, in addition to the fruits' For- several months now I received an 8 percent increasein electric bill, Volusia Co. QL't LEi
twelfth considered best for the community.One that are usually; more plentiful. Social Security paymentsin Forester Bob Eikuni, the t
New been articles in
Hampshire, was serving as have seeing
There is of check
a good crop their June which Florida Power Co., and
,governor of Florida. He was a Democrat pecans on our trees this year. your, newspaper concerning incidentally does not catch up students and teachers of By William I lausVeterans !
f II 'and' political stability to the State. the young owner, E.S. Matthews, pecans and would like to havea have enjoyed reading them. appetite since April 1974, gathered some facts and
'" when he purchased the paper in 1893, good harvest since there I wonder, though, how many some retirees got less money figures.
lead the the editorial were very few pecans in our are aware of a than anticipated. In answer to
Florida had a population of 290,000 was to fight, through peope \KTKH\XSAKF.\IHS: :
1-I area last year. I'm getting fellowship which parallels this inquiry at the S.S. Adminis- Their study compared
i< ''r and r only representatives in Con- columns, which brought about calls from some of the people Al-Anon. This fellowship is tration office in Gainesville, electrical consumption of the If you lire headed lor the
gress. installation of the county primary system who are seeing scab on their for relatives and friends we learned that some of the ten top electricity-users in .first lime this summer or (fall
J K I >' of elections in Bradford County, pecans. They are asking what whose lives have been affected elderly came within a maxi- each of two mobile home '''for classrooms under (he (!.1 l

ending the corrupt convention system they can do to prevent or con- by alcoholism.In mum-minimum bracket and, parks. One park was located Kill act promptly if you want
: Rutherford B. Hayes serving
: ', ; was as ul l educational I
trol the scab and keep the in the law passed granting an in a live-oak hammock, whereall
]. ./ 19th President with only 38 states in the that had placed control of the county in pecans from falling pre this fellowship we learn 8 percent increase, these but two homes are shadedat checks. Advance payments

'tUnion..> the hands of a few "political bosses" for maturely.Of what alcoholism is and how to retirees were put into the least 70 percent of the day \\ereinitiated in August !1117.1.! :

"i many years.In live with it. We believe it to be minimum bracket and there other park had been strippeuof to assist eeIeranswho alter

,,' Edison! had just invented the incan- course.'we have two or an illness which affects the fore got less than the B percent all vegetation.First starting school. find themselves -
three materials that will con- whole family and that if we increase in pay. in financial difficultywhile
descent bulb and Woolworth had those early days, The Telegraph their bird
j. light trol scab and other leaf-spot change our attitudes we can a statistical study awaiting
-., Just, opened the first five and ten cent supported the first bond issue (amid diseases. Cyprex Duter and aid in recovery from it. We Received an -interestingletter showed that trailer orien- Veterans Administration

store. The telephone had been invented much opposition, of course) to providefor Benlate have label clearancefor have the understanding and and clipping from Ed tation makes little difference, check

0one before''', and the first Linotype a municipal light and power plant, scab on pecans and will doa friendship of others who have Hall stating that Kroger Food but for the sake of accuracy, Those who plan to enter
r.1 year and later on the bond issue for construction pretty good job of control. the same problems and have Stores in Kansas City, Mo. only trailers positioned north- school should I lirst Iml kl'l'cI.tain
machine was to come one year later However, the big problem is found a way to serenity and have promoted a Senior Citi- south were compared. And a YOU have a Certificateof
.:.> of a new high school in 1913. the spray equipment necessary within themselves zen Club Card which entitles number of other variableswere (eligibility.: II' you do not.
f' But it would be many years before Largely through its efforts, old Road 13 to get good coverage on peace anyone 59 years or older to impossible to sort out- you should obtain one from I he

in Starke would have the (now U.S. 301)) was designated as a state our trees that are fifty to sixty There are no dues for purchase items of food that thermostat settings and accuracy \'o-'I'ech Center in Starke or at

newspapermen aid road in 1904, and in 1923 it feet tall. Also, scab control membership in this group, are reduced in price with a insulation efficiency, the school you sele .t.
of the and still promoted
benefit expensive, imper-
requires from five to seven only the need and deep desireto $7.50 or more order. This card hot water consumption. If the Veteransd-
the state'sfirst
fect, typesetting machine. Their job legislation to set up sprays starting in April and improve our alcohol- allows the holder to get the personal temperature ministration receives this )

H would be to set each piece 'of type by preferential system of state roads. applied every three weeks into affected lives is required. items at reduced prices with- preferences, the number of information at least In: i days:

"', hand, and then, just as laboriously, have There are many other instances throughthe September.I've out having to buy $7.50 more times people open the door, belore rl'gistratlon'tcrans
but these few of the Contact with AI-Anon in at one time. All that is and the like. half-time
.4 t to redistribute it into the type cases for years, are just a who train or more.
; earlier mentioned to several Starke can be made if your required is that a person get a pick their first check
;|; use again in next week's paper. campaigns.In people the possibility of a good readers will call one of these Senior Citizen identity card But the results of the study may when they up register. The first

if business .in custom spraying numbers: 964-7959 or 964-5434. from Kroger's and present the leave no doubt about the main check will cover training
-n The average density of population was his history of The Telegraph pecan trees in our area. I still coupons from the newspapers.If factor: shade. In the shaded allowances for the lirst I two
five to the mile. Bradford written in 1959 Leslie Walton Robshaw think that this could be profitable From one who is truly one can't afford a news- park, consumption ranged months or one month or u
square to pecan growers and to grateful to AA AI-Anon and then coupons will be from hours
'': commented: "From its inception, The paper 1314 kilowatt to portion of a month depending i
;.; County had a population of 7,500, which the custom operator with a your newspaper for helping, a furnished at the store. 5029; without shade, the range the registration date.
2 also included Union County at that time, Telegraph has been dedicated to an ideal good knack for business and very loud and long Thank You.Sincerely was 4915 to 8502 kwh. From upon

a. and the 1880 Federal census showed of community service. Under the management. I'll be happy to We think this is a step in the April through August, the

s Starke with a population of 559. guidance of several editors it has grown discuss this possibility with Al-Anon right direction, and are also shaded trailers average 3081
anyone who Is interested. Member convinced that the $7.50 to $10 kilowatt hours of electric
.1 with the county it serves and has contrib- Area Students

:,r. When Col. Webb changed the name of uted to the growth of that area by its Have you met any of our Starke, Fla. food purchase requirement is consumption than half of
discriminatory in the case of what the 6316 kwh sun-baked
: from The Starke Telegraph to constant encouragement and promotionof cattlemen lately? If so, you ''trailers Work
r.the paper probably found him upset the low income elderly who average. Complete
'. The Bradford County Telegraph on the community's resources. because of the prices he is see- BicentennialHalDollars mostly make small purchasesof

,"" April 13, 1888, he gave a clear statement ,ing .at the market for his food at a time.; At the prevailing base rate At Lake CityJames

f'*; of his editorial policies and goals, which It seems to us that no higher tribute calves.This is the second yearin ..............................., County for electricity, the average in Volusia trailer- Harold Alvarez of i
I The Telegraph is still trying to live to could be paid to the aims of this news- a row that his cow has cost saved about
up $139
owner over Richard
since its founding ninety-six l him almost double the amounthe Are Availableum'w'I Starke, and James
paper years the 5-month Add to thisa
r.1 today: Is offered for his calf at the period. Thies Sr.. of Keystone
1'1 ago. Our only hope is that it will con market. My Neighbors fuel adjustment charge and Heifhts, were among 86

el 1: "Our intention is simply to make a tinue to be deserved on our-100th anni- taxes; the 'difference shouldbe students completing

One that will benefit versary four years from now and in all For example, when the enough to make anyone requirements for graduationat
county newspaper. think twice before cutting
cattleman figures his invest- end of the term
;J: each and all parts of the county alike; the years to come: ment of time, labor, capital, L\QJil\N I down a good shade tree. at the Lake City Community ,

and production costs, he will ; ao College. Both received
find that it costs between $100 The study isn't finished, degrees in Associate of Arts.
to$150 per cow per year. If he however.There are plans to Among those completing
.AIt BRADFORD sells the 300 to 400 pound calf continue it over the winter requirements for certificatesin
cOtJ. at weaning for 15 to 20 cents The new Bicentennial half months,and possibly to repeatIt vocational courses were the

,0 1 per pound.or$45 to$60, he will dollar, bearing the image of over several years. to get a following from Starke:.
( p mil iWait4 lose from about $50 to $100 on President John Kennedy on Clearer picture. (masonry) Kenneth >Anglin
< every cow in his herd. This front and Liberty Hall on the 'John Bell, Robert Coney,
f.jj simple arithmetic ;can tell reverse side, have been Nathaniel Davis Douglas R.
right quick that our average received and may be obtainedat Your : shade trees mean'; Dixon, Robert J. Gray, LarryR.
.r, Nn BOB FERGUSON-JOHN M. MILLER cattleman is in trouble.: the Florida Bank at Starke more than savings on your Green, Paul Hunter, Leon
l' r ', T/ON Pubttohem and the, Community State I summer electric bill. They McDonald, Jimmy W. Potter,

1'I Published each Thursday and entered at second Ctasi Matter at the Pat Office at Starke Fla. under Act To make matters worse, Bank. protect soil from erosion, ,George S. Powell, SIDle'. S.
homes and food ''B.
provide for and
v these same cattlemen Rivers Harry
.of March 3, 1879. are see The special Bicentennialsilver "Now .listen. barter, no daiscomputer birds
". and steak sell and animals, screen out Stephenson; (plumbing),
Subscription rate In trade area: *6 per year: $3.50 tin months. big hamburger dollar
; l store from 75 and the quarterwill I own b going toteD unwanted sights and sounds, Au,ustLeeHallJme.LeroyRoll.
;;, Outside trade' area: $7 per year: W.OO six months. <' cents: to $ .IIO per pound. Telllag be released later in' the me my 'soap recipe-" for trap airborne dust and actually -* .. and William Jack
1964-6306 Starke Fl year. add dollars to the value *
0'' him that feecUot people .the. birder. Wright.
'W .. It -

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TELEGRA PH July Z4, .975

* * * *

Le Jals I LelJal.I IIN' l. THE Fuqua Files For DivorceState

.. ,
11 OFFICE '''1
SHOPIS Representative Don Mrs. Fuqua's address was

has filed in Union listed as Arlington- VA. She
I will not be responsible for THE IN EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR THE THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ;V MOVING County for divorce from his has until July 25 to respond! to
any debts made by anyone other' CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OF FLORIDA, IN AND CIRCUIT OF ". TO wife of 20 years. the petition. :
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD. Fuqua lists his address as

than myself.Roger W. Starling BRADFORD COUNTY. FOR FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY, FORD COUNTY 110 EAST The petition was made Altha in the panhandle's

7/10/ 4tp 7/31 CASE NO.75212IN CALL public June 16, but was filed in Calhoun County. W Henry
CIVIL ACTION a..1 Barber Jr. of Gainesville is
..................... CIVIL ACTION: NO: Case No.75-60 STREET ritr:1CQ late May. the attorney handling the
of GLEN 964-5764
NOTICEEffective RE: The Marriage .
f raIn The described the ,
1975 I will HARLON WOOTEN, Husband, petition case.
July VALIDATION OF $200,000
re: The Matter off the marriage as "irretrievably
for debts and TERESA ELAINE COME
not be responsible any BRADFORD COUNTY "
other' than WOOTEN, Wife.NOTICE Adoption of JEROME BASS SEE broken. and IncludedFuqua's ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::!:::::::::::::::::::
contracted by anyone REVENUE BONDS SERIES fe OUR / agreement to pay 11r :
myself. A. Crawford OF SUIT 1975 NOTICE OF SUIT- ,.V; :;' NEW Sunday: School, child support and alimony.Mrs. ( Card Of Thanks ::11 I
-Rudolph ; 9:45
: a.m.; Morning Worship
NO PROPERTY STORE Fuqua would be given ._ .'.
7/10 4tp 731NOTICE COUNTY OF BRADFORD, l llam l ; Church Training, 6:15: custody of the two children, uu :wmAA:: ,:::*:*:::: '.
I .. ...................op.... ... ToGkm: Harton Wooten FLORIDA, a political subdivision ToROZINA: WILSON _** MONDAY p.m.; Evening Worship 7:30: Laurie 14, and John 12.
29 Stickton Street JULY 28 OF THANKS 1}
of the State of Florida Address Unknown pm. settlements not
OF INTENTIONTO Charleston, W. Va. 25312 Property are Mrs. Bessie V. Halek wishes)
Plaintiff, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Watch For Our Monday: Girls Ensemble discussed in the petition.
REGISTER vs. an action for Adoption has GRANDOPENINO 6:40: p.m.; Youth Choir, 7 p.m. to express her appreciation to nil {
FICTITIOUS NAME YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat THE STATE OF FLORIDA, and been filed against you ROZINA Tuesday: Junior Music who extended comtoiting

an action for dissolution of the Taxpayers, Property Owners WILSON and you are required to * * * Activity, 2pm.Wednesday ObituariesReddick sympathy and help in her i\ i ant
Pursuant to Section 86509 marriage has been filed against and Citizens thereof and of of written : Family Night sorrow. For the beautiful sei I
serve a
copy your
Florida Statutes, notice Is here- you and you are required to Bradford vice, floral offerings cash donations -I
Florida including
County, defenses if any to it, on theplaintiff's Supper, 6:15: p.m.; Sunday Thomas
by given that the undersigned serve a copy of your written nonresidents owning whose name LegalsNOTICE School Workers Meeting, and other kindnesses are
Mary Ray Joiner, Rt. 1, Box 12- defenses if any, to it on taxation attorney R.A.'s G. deeply appreciated.
property or subject to and address is GEORGE H. A.'s, Acteens World ,
I I A, Starke Bradford County, RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor therein PIERCE, Esquire, P.O. Drawer Friends, Mission Friends 6:45: Reddick Thomas, 80, of t
Florida, doing business under Petitioner, whose address Is Defendants. OF INTENTIONTO "Hour of Starke died Wednesday July
1030 Starke, Florida 32091, and p m. ; Power, 7:30: I
the firm name of "INTERIORSBY 114 N. Walnut Street P.O. Box CARD OF THANKS
REGISTER Church 16, in the Veterans Hospital in
file the original with the clerk of p.m. ; Choir, 8:15: p.m.
MARY", Rt. 1, Box 12-A, 996, Starke, Florida, 32091 and ORDER TO SHOW CAUSETO the above styled court on or FICTITIOUS NAME Thursday: Visitation, 9:30: Lake City. Perhaps you sang with the;

Starke, Bradford County, file the original with the Clerk of before August 18, 1975; other- I a.m. : Adult Ladies Handbell Mr. Thomas was a retired choir or sent a dish of food, j;

Florida, 32091, intends to the above-styled Court on or ; THE STATE OF FLORIDA, wise a Judgment may be entered Pursuant to Section 86509 Group 12:00: noon; Music farmer. Perhaps you sent a potted i

register said fictitious name before August 25, 1975, other- THROUGH THE STATE AT. against you for the relief Florida Statutes, notice is Makers Activity 2 p.m.; Visitation Surviving is his wife plant or a bouquet to set the I

under the provisions of aforesaid wise a judgment may be entered TORNEY FOR THE EIGHTH demanded in the complaint or hereby given that the under. 7 p.m.Saturday Nannie Thomas of Starke; one mood }

statute. against you for the relief JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLO-- petition. signed ''JAMES E. STARLINGAND Bus Ministry daughter, Mrs. Hazel Thomas Perhaps you sent a beautiful J

Mary Ray Joiner, sole owner. demanded in the Petition. RIDA, AND TO THE SEVERAL WITNESS hand and the ELOISE STARLING, doing Visitation 8:30: a.m. of Starke; two sisters: Mrs. card or donated 'your car, ]

Dated this 3rd day of July, A. WITNESS my hand and the PROPERTY OWNERS TAX seal of said Court my on July 22, business under the firm name of Rhoda Jackson of Jackson- Perhaps you sent a funeral I{

D. 1975., at Starke, Florida. seal of said Court on the 21st PAYERS, CITIZENS OF BRADFORD -. 1975. BULLINGTON'S GIFT SHOP, ville and Mrs. Lonnie Renolds spray or said a silent prayer, t

7/3 4tp 7/24 day of July 1975. FLORIDA 104 W. Call Street Starke of Fairfield Fla. Perhaps you sat quietly in aJ!
.. ................... .. ...... COUNTY ST. MARK'S"foP.SCqPAL ; one chair if there. .
INCLUDING NONRESIDENTS Gilbert S. Bro vnAs Bradford County, Florida CHURCH grandchild and two great- so, we saw you

NOTICE Gilbert S. BrownAs OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT Clerk of said Court 32091, intends to register said grandchildren. Perhaps you spoke as kindly. .

CALL FOR BIDS TOWN OF Clerk of said Court TO TAXATION THEREIN, By: fictitious name under the provisions Thursday July 24 -1:30: p.m. Funeral services were held as any friend could say. ,

BROOKER, FLORIDA By: Dorothy Moore AND ALL OTHERS HAVING OR Deputy Deck of the aforesaid Statute. Junior E.Y.C.. Planning Friday afternoon from Rock Perhaps you were not there at>

Deputy Clerk CLAIMING ANY RIGHT TITLE /244tchg 8/14 Dated this 21st day of July Committee Meeting. Primitive Baptist Church with all, just thought of us that day. >

Bids are hereby called for by 7/244t 8/14 OR INTEREST IN PROPERTY ..? A.D. 1975, at Starke Bradford Sunday, Monday 27 8:30: Elder Herman Jordan andO Whatever you did to, console
.......................... ....... a.m. '
the Town of Brooker and are to TO BE AFFECTED BY THE Boss to shapely l j job County, Florida. Holy Eucharist, 10:00: .M Yarborough conducting. our hearts, we thank you- so

be submitted in sealed envelopes NOTICE OF RECEIPTOF ISSUANCE OF THE REVENUE applicant: "Your aptitudetest a.m. Morning Prayer. Burial was in Rock Cemetery much whatever the part.

to the Clerk of the Townof APPUCATION BONDS HEREINAFTER MORE shows that you're apt JAMES E. STARLING Monday July 28 9:30 a.m. under direction of DeWitt C.

Brooker, Mrs. Joyce A. Cast- FOR PERMITTO PARTICULARLY DESCRIBEDOR to upset my wife." ELOISE STARLING E.WC. Meeting for Fashion Jones Funeral Home of The family of

ton, on or before 7:00: P.M. CONSTRUCTAIR TO BE AFFECTED IN ANYWAY -Ed Reed, Register and 7/24 4tchg 8/14/ Show. Starke. Mrs. Lucille Hornsby

August 12, 1975, for the POLLUTION SOURCETO THEREBY: Tribune Syndicate .1

Garbage pick-up on Tuesdays WHOM IT MAY CONCERNThe The above cause coming on ,

and Saturdays, and successful to be heard upon the complaintthis tN6MinfraMi.

bidder must furnish Certificateof Florida Department of day filed herein by Bradford '

Insurance and own truck. Environmental Regulation has County, Florida, seeking to SAVE 12 TO 41'rAalur

received an application from E.I. determine the authority of Brad-
Water Meter Reader: read DuPont de Nemours & Co., Inc. ford County to issue its Bradford DISCOUNT y

meters each month, once a for a permit to construct an County Revenue Bonds Series

month, cut on and off water as incinerator for Type I and VI 1975, in the amount of $200,000 i

needed. wastes which Is a source of air to be dated as of the date of I

Water meter installation and pollution at the Trail Ridge Plant delivery, in the denomination of

repair. UTM: E-17400220 N-3309350: $1,000 or any multiple thereof V

Clay County, Florida. but not greater than $10,000, LYAYA'MS1AV
The three ((3)) above positionswill
This application has been maturing at various times from i h41
October 1
commence on ,
1975. submitted by LS. Muir pursuantto 1977 through 1990, bearing

Chapter 17.2, Florida Administrative interest payable annually on the
The Town Council reserves
Code regarding the first day of September at a rate
the right to accept or reject any .
control of emissions which may not to exceed the rate allowableby
or all bids submitted to the Townof
effect the maintenance of law, a more particular
Brooker. National Air Quality Standards. description of said Revenue _

Copies of the aforementioned Bonds Series 1975, being con,
A. Castlen
Joyce application, the technical analy tained in the Complaint filed In
Town Clerk
sis performed by the Depart these proceedings, to determine '
Town of Brooker YOUR CHOICE!
ment's staff, and their proposed the legality of the proceedingshad
Brooker, Florida 32622 decision are available for public and taken in connection JUMBO ROLL STRONG ETHYL j '
7I104t 7/31/
inspection at the following toca- therewith, and the legality of the PAPER TOWELS er AUTO PRODUCTS
tions( ): provisions, covenants and. I SAVE UP TO 41* ,

IN THE:t15CUT3T1. COURT OF Florida Department of Environmental agreements contained therein, II =-_ IAYI ;
-' THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL' CIR- .: Regulation,* District end seeking a Judgment of this f. WAI l.r' .-'

CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR .if Office,'-3426: Bills Road Jacksonville Court .to validate the proceed. s Pao 7 I
BRADFORD COUNTY. FL 32207. ings for said $200.000 Revenue 1 170 !'ft., 1-plv I fow.lt,
CASE NO. Parsons' wishing to commenton Bonds, Series 1975 and said 175 2-,., lid' _:h. OUH PRICE WAS UP TOUT oO Avg
Salt .
Strong absorbent 15 ft. motor allev.yIhlna
oz savor P
of this action Revenue Bonds, Series 1975 0 .
any aspect are you want in a odditiv and oil, savtr oil,
IN RE: The Petition of required to submit their comments whsn issued pursuant thereto' paper towel, including a odd"" ,.. or 8 or. ptrfor* Q a f .i,. $
TIMOTHY RUSSELL in writing to the address and said complaint now having supsf low price! mane saver gas odd,h.. 'MEN S J J "

WILKERSON above within thirty ((30): ) days of been presented to this Court, for SHORT SLEEVE I
of this of an Order to Show Cause
publication notice on or entry +' "i

NOTICE OF ACTION before Sept. 4, 1975. pursuant to Chapter 75, Florida SYLVANIA %' BLUE CHAMBRAY I

Statutes, and the Court being LIGHT BULBS .., eell'. SHIRTS

ToKenny: Franklin Turner The State of FloridaDepartment fully advised in the premises: OUI ue i vFRICE

Address Unknown of IT IS ORDERED AND ADJUDGED pYE IZI 8- :

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Environmental Regulation that the State of Florida Las n% aim """ """, I
Itchg 7/24 through the State Attorneyof I7dT ....-.,05,5AE V 281D.p.ndobl.
action for adoption has been .............................. the Eighth Judicial Circuit of frost In ewry sii*. A4 dun.. ddId.a d.wJrr
filed against you and you are 40 60. 75 and lee (victory How I*oil 1 your ovt-
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Florida, and the several property wall. door coofcina.' "tgnitM I OUR LOWEST P ICE EVER
required to serve a copy of your Sylvonia quality .
written defenses, if any, to it on FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME owners the State, taxpayers of Florida and including citizensof Better for buy long a dounl, long life. Richly kr. t.wwruw.e.,Ian9.swfi.rio.Insidt + .. e MEN'S DRESS SLACKS, WAS 3.44 I

EUGENE F. SHAW, Petitioner's nonresidents 1 MIiaaPHp NATION'S1MAKER! Perfect partners with jeans )
owning property or
attorney, whose address is Post
Office Box 1086 Starke, Florida, Pursuant to Section 86509 subject to taxation therein, and the classic blue cotton I

32091, on or before August 4, Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby all others having or claiming any work -or- play shirt. Two pockets, !
given that the undersigned right, title or interest in propertyto
1975. and file the original with short sleeves, with tails. Sizes
the Clerk of this Court George Truell, P.O. Box 812, be affected in any way
S M L XL.Groat
before service on Petitioner's Starke, Florida, and Billy thereby, be and they are each ,. ; Pwtar !

attorney or immediately there- Burgen, Rt. 1, Box 171, Starke, hereby required to appear and L i NI.Irlllr .M .

Fla., doing business under the show cause if any there be, :
after 1
; otherwise a default will be / __ .Maction! of _tad .tyln, stay .. 1 y .
firm name of "T ft B BARGAIN before this Court on the 18th day __1. 1 '
entered against you for the relief mat fabrics fashion colors. nils "brand' (% :
HOUSE, 132 W. Call Street, of August, 1975, at 11:00: Y
demanded in the Petition. / ...... you know for quality comfort fitf' r4NR .
WITNESS my hand and the Starke, Bradford County, o'clock A.M. in the Chambers of A y i, l r s ,. SUM 28-42. Spsctocvlar:: !jw pried '' :

seal of this Court on this 1st dayof Florida 32091, intends to registersaid the undersigned Judge at the e.Malplpn. ;

July 1975 fictitious name under the Bradford County Courthouse in i w a-e i, 'nap .
provisions of aforesaid statute. the City of Starke, Florida, why 31% '';;LJr: i10 QL$1 =

GILBERTS. BROWN George Trull and Billy Burgen, the prayers of said complaint *_nc Np Ap o .n .rdy. .... i iaL

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT sole owners. should not be granted and why 1'M adr p ,. CmtONELLA CANOU NOT. FOAM ICE SlIEST Q ..
Dated this 24th day of July, A. the proceedings for said Reve- yb.M+ Keeps bugs awoy. Diamond Lightwtight mfoomk.p. .
COURT Srrrtrw.LLi. dmgn glou bowl.4V food hot cold.Metal handle.
high. or "
BRADFORD COUNTY D. 1975 at Starke, Florida. nue Bonds, Series 1975 and 2
1.- 7/244tp 8/14 said Revenue Bonds, Series .

v BY ............. 1975, when issued pursuant y
: Beulah Moody ................ ii
thereto should not be validated I \ ,
7/34t 7/24 and confirmed as therein -. WAS IA.. WA' Hr r
............ FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL prayed. IiI iI II Ir5 L II 'J.'M'IAiiiiUmo.
............ ...... CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD '_ I
FLORIDA EIGHTH AND ADJUDGED that High-bulk blond. Wide Luxury, grain loatnors", No-iron blond in solIds A colorful 'ocllon'
JUDICIAL this Order to Show Cause be ggTAR rams of foshiorwight and vinyls. Dark on and prints. Full of stripes and solids j
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Probate No. 75118CPIn published in the manner requiredby rppp Ll colors Langwsoring.Sim ana sid, whit on cut seat. Snap fastoners. in nylon or cotton
BRADFORD COUNTY Iran.. 10-ft. 0........ SIMS 32 -40. A, B, C D. knit Soa. S, M, L.
Section 75.06, Florida Statutes a I
IN PROBATE Re: The Estate of JOYCE in the Bradford County a

CASE NO. 75191CPIn ANN FENDER, Deceased. .
Telegraph a newspaper of general a j
w J ,
'circulation published in
re The Estate pLggKr Dq.d tepd..r woO urWAS SAYS + '
: of
CERMENARO deceased. Bradford County, Florida. Ilf.. d ... a. fm helm hr Ilr., hlf UMW m. LL<_ 1.Nd CNY SWIM TnUrmPlCIALLY HNCED :
NOTICE 1 .. .e..aa Rugged vinyl construction. Na.rickeaaudbade.Rug. w :
such of this Order
by publication .
Inflatable Colors A patterns. god I'boam construction. .
AD creditors of SMMUT UN-IATiai ,
the estate of DEMANDS AGAINST SAID all property owners, taxpayers, '

LORENA CERMENARO, ESTATE: and citizens of Bradford County I _TOE .,
are hereby notified and the State of Florida, including }
and required to file, any claims or You and each of you are nonresidents owning l L Ir IOYS'NNATINNp
x1" S
demands which they may have hereby notified and required to property or subject to taxation y

i against said estate in the Office present any claims and demands therein, and all others having or UP wu TO_ u save.o :
I of the Circuit Judge of Bradford which either of 1 s ** 11%
you, or you, may claiming any right, title or interest j' tic '1
> County, Florida, in the Court- have against the Estate of in property to be affected by n t pi .f ..1 u.'MULT SwMurrs.,. I

house in Starke Florida within JOYCE ANN FENDER, the issuance of said Revenue 'RL I.j

four calendar months from the Deceased, late of said County, Bonds, Series 1975, or to be : -- 6 ? r EYA11CAPSEY

date of the first publication of to the Clerk of the Circuit Court affected in any way thereby, be -- FAMOAN0115 JANT2EN .,. .j"t"t

this notice. Each claim or of Bradford County, Florida, at and they are made parties 1

demand must be in writing ..ndmust his office in the Courthouse of defendant to this proceeding N TAN.x1. 'AVU ter .AVI

state the place of residence said County at Starke. Florida, and that this Court shall have .... 11"nnu 29T I I '
and post office address of the SINL. J
within six ((8)) calendar months jurisdiction of them to the same BUsVPLMCLEAMH

claimant and must be sworn to from the time of the first publication extent as if named as defendantsin Bos .ssrav.39fl.oi.Tox,.. Cwnla.ROATNIPOCUTLA010 with stop, PlasNcwith.10",1.car cova_.. Shndd FLWPYFOAM durmhan.laamStaEnd. NONLL11O11aAsJt1 L-

by the claimant, his agent, or his of this notice. Each claim said complaint and personally Refill, qt ,,,, M,. sorphar ad FV cary hrtry, Full.o.._ ...nowl.33. dymthrr'tiek. 18A24",also.AUrnil .
attorney, or it will become void or demand shall be in writing, served with process in this .'i;

according to law. and shall state the place of residence ca.e. :.

! Dated this 27th day of June, and post office address of DONE AND ORDERED in Nat M NK % t t
A.D. 1975. Li OL CLONiM a1 .o "flit 4:. rgy
the claimant and eha be sworn Chambers at Starke, Bradford .g

1 to by the claimant, Ns agent, or County, Florida, this 23rd day of >, rATIOIE PAETI_ rA s.rt$P% ru Ln U 7A/TO ur1 IsAI. .."S
Anthony C. Cermenaro his attorney, and any such claim July. 1975. s.r11g% j/ A% L1 rll TJ-' JIAf 1ft ..I.W. uS TO% ....._1a.
AdnfnhuatorGolden or demand: not so flied shall be SISTYLIIN Nl .
7/3 4tchg 7/24 Y ..'.AUITMLLSNCU. RN'S ...NORN'1.au RN'1' NaP1ACLx CMIALIrASdf
void. lei JohnJ Crews tIrr 2/ 121 W.Art Is djl? IMw.2pn.. h', .rho too label.. an .ihs courts Sturdy Molded. 100"....... Loath. EoonthorW. ens.rgroinodwIlhtiaWsol .
' ... 0.4,
I CIRCUIT JUDGE I rpr_ with comfort arhrn *. solos. Cushion1.for Mr.
U.JllfWIAV.! .cIt. sod. lull .. ; .
LOWE K. KING LA4 s.r1 9"0' s.p Man's comfort. Hoesack IrTli. .
GleamsA As Admkiletuulx of 7/24 3t 8/7 JAI 1/% ?- ).d_ 31I ........ 001... :ii1-1Z. Nor-n'.puwrddso.5ML. ; "'-iN col1-1Z.

theEstate of ........................... ... rA.

I increase wise man in will learning.hear and JOYCE ANN Decl.FENDER ct, A bored.mad of learning is never kiii1 312 W. Madison St. 9647513Page.S CIGARETTES n.g2uings' 100's$413L

-Proverbs 1:5: 7/24 4tchg 8/14 -Jean Paul Richter. m mfmmm mmmm mmm

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,', Help Wanted For Sale Real Estate Real Estate! '' ,.. ";W.m": '.,",. ,'n''' ',',,,.. ,, ."'.''',' ,I.

AVON CALLINGI FOR SALE: Registered Quarter O. ,
To buy or sell i
Avon call 755-0731 or write Motorcycles horse mare. Excellent price to A.jThoma: .;KeatlVr REGISTERED REAL Aluminum

Deadline'' for Insertion Lorna Ctyatt P.O. Box 220, right home. Call Sue at 282- 621 N.Walnut St. ESTATE BROKER '

Tuesday Noon preceding Lake City Ra. 32066. tfchg. 1506. tfchg... Tel. V44-4U2 -4 206 South Water Street Siding
-----, ------
Thursday before publication. ---------.J- ? 7 Room House, hardwood : ; PAUL& IRENE FAULKNER ,
floors, some items of furniture. I7 rwiI1a 9645065 Aluminum '
Minimum Charge$2.00 OF STARKE: Vour Corner lot, paved streets, lots of ,
(Covers 15 Words) authorized Suzuki Dealer. storage, Beautiful, high and dry 20 acre
AUTOMOBILESUSED' t carport paved drive- Soffet;
fOR RENT J with
Each word over 15 Phone 964-6020.304 East Call way. Immediate occupancy, REALTY tract approx. 12 acres in
10 cents Street. rfchg. Price 1750000. build.pecan trees. Ideal location to

----- -
------- Remodeling
All Classified Ads must be 3 bed room, 2 bath mobile home - -
FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile
FOR SALE: 1974' Grand Prix. 3 Bedroom 1 V bath, completely
paid for In advance unless you with 1/2 acre of land almost
have an established account Automatic trans.,: PS., PB., hornesoutslde city limit.J.B. furnished, nice garden lots of furnished home with central Cement Work
electric windowsAMFM White. Ph. 9646114. tfchg. heat and air, also carpet and
with the Telegraph In that extras, just a real buy at PREFERRED PROPERTIES
steel ---'------- swimming pool.
radio belted -
event 50 cents extra charge radials r fOR SALE J $13,350.00. Cash with Immediate EXCLUSIVELY OURS
for billing. Not responsible for 17,000 miles. Excellent condi FOR RENT: Summer rental possession. FinancingAvailable I

errors when given over the tion. $4,000.. : 9646191.. Itp cottages on Kingsley Lake, air - Charming, 2 story colonial homemade

phone or when copy Is not 7/24 ... conditioned. Ph. 533-2366 1 acre land 5 room frame house of cypress in a well estab-
typed and brought to the of ---- ------ FOR SALE: Good used color after 6 p.m. tfchg. out of city, near paved road. fished neighborhood convenient $675 Per Acre
39 Acres 2600 ft. Hi
fice., ------------ Price $13,700.00.Acreage way
FOR SALE 1974 and black &white TV to
: Dodge power stoves shopping Frontage. 1300 ft. grade road.
wagon % ton, 4 speed G/W, refrigerators, furniture & air FOR RENT: din'* Subdivision - churches 3 BR ((1 with fire- Part in good timber. Call owner, 9&4858II

lock in hubs, call 782-3283: conditions. BARGAIN CENTER 1/2 .acre .lots. $25.00 per large and small tracts. place), 2 B, downstairs office 533.2208 after 5 p.m. All Day
after dark $3,950. Itp 7/24 U.S. 301 South month. Water & Sewage - with private entrance which Sat &
tfchg. Sun.
MISCELLANEOUSFREE ___.J_*____._____, furnished. For information call Offices and/or business or could double as 4th BR or den -
Mark storage for rent Can Street. LR (with fireplace) DR, kitchen
FOR SALE: 1962.2 door Olin Olin's Mobile Call Bill Powell, Broker
Cadillac; $350. Dahmera 964- FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts Homes Sales, Hwy. 100 W., - dinette side screened porch 9646464Sat Long Champ ,

and supplies. OUN'S MOBILE Starke: 964-5606tftdlg. double garage, very large and

: One Ice Cream Scoop 7923.-r--L.-------, Itchg 7/24 HOMES SALES Hwy. 100 -----...-_---- private backyard with beautiful & Sun Home and

with each Oil & Oil Filter W. Starke. 964-5606 tfchg. pecan, pear, oak trees, grapevine Call 533 2208
Change thru July. Faulkner's FOR SALE: 1968 Buick Skylark -.- WW-l-B-Y--IKKW FOR RENT: Housekeeping apt. and ample roan for a {Building Materials ]

Gulf Service Hwy. 100 A/C AT radio 4-door. $700. SALE:Diamond needles tor wood Weekly, furnished Under- garden, swimming pool play. -WE BUILD
Ph. 496-2893 Lake highway 301> C.S ground or whatever your heart I'
4734279. 5/15
Keystone, Butler. any stereo, over 247 different darn rson.
North of Starke. 7/24 3tp 8/7
Jean desires $33,500. YOUR PLANS,OR OURS
,11tchg 7124 Moody. 7/l72tchg 7/24 ones, we have them all. Deh- iI
------------ ::1
...:----------....-; ------------ mer's Discount tfchg. FOR REAL ESTATE best S SAVESFRED YOUR LOT OR; OURS
RENT: 3 unfurnished One of the built homes in

TOPSOIL. FILL DIRT: 6 days'a houses, 2-3 bedroom & 1,2 urwr'rrr. v ..rrrcr "u.. Starke enormous entrance hall, FREE ESTIMATES

week, dozer work and t' WANTED I FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum. $3,98, bedroom. 964-5612. Itp 7/24 12 acres, fenced, wall & septic _R with fireplace, DR Sunroom DAVIS REMODELING REPAIRS
9x12 Linoleum $8.96.'A aa --------- kitchen dinette 3
dragline work. Call 468-1873, --- tank -off SR-225 E. of Lawtey spa-
Star Rt. Hampton STEPHEN 12x12 and 12x15. in stock. FOR RENT: Bradford Village 015,000.1 cious BR, 2 B, closets galore, BUICK GMC TRUCKS- PONTIAC"A ADDITIONSHOMESBOUGHT
LANDFILL Hundreds to choose frqm at utility room, tool room, Garage
SMITH tfchg. Apartments. Modern, fur "'- SOLD

-;..:- -..,.--- --- WANTED. : Used sofas bedroom Dahmers Discount tfchg. nished, A/C 1 bedroom, walk 10 acres appx. 400 h. on SR- with half bath CH&A, over an LITTLE RIDE CAN TRADED
:\intTSON'SHOUSE\ ; sets, washers stoves and ----------- in closet enclosed patio off 230E ft Wilson Rd. Restricted to acre of tree shaded yard. Owner SAVE YOU A LOT" TF
will finance reliable GREEN COVE [ ACREAGE FOR SALE
homes. Ideal for Developer. client. SPRINGSBRASINGTON "
street 315
OF VACUUMS refrigerators. Dahmers Dis parking. West .
count. 7/24 Btchg 9/22 FOIi SALE: Po ydbrseff 12 by Washington. 964-8601. tfchg. $22,000. 964-6853
Brick, furnished, 3 BR, 1 B, LR,
------------ 12 inch rid with ------------ - -
Many brands of new vacuums. stick on back kitchen with andover HWY 301 S STARKE TF
dining area
dahmer's 60 acre farm 3 BR home fish
,Used i machines available., WANTED: Set of good used now at Discount. FOR RENT: Trailer space, SR- pond planted pasture. Will 1 acre of land. o
Expert Repairs all makes. bunk beds. Call Lynda 8..m. 2/27 26tchg 8/25 125 W. 782-3049. Itp 7/24 ivIde. Terms. i I' MMI i.\r 1)I.U.111Rtil.l i !-:'.
Parts,and Accessories for all ----------- Lots of in s.\I.1\: 1:111(1'::
5 p.m. 964-6305 evenings --- -------- - .. space and out aprox. -

vacuums. Built in ,central 964-7385. Itp 7/24 FOR SALE: 'Used FOR RENT: 1 bedroom fur 4 acres-04,000caeh. 1.2acres- > 1800 sq. ft. home with 3 Piur.r'I..r linn i "I l I "f'fl) I'ar..

vacuum cleaning systems. 712 ------------ good condition refrigerator$50. 964- nished apt. Private entrance. MH allowed $2.500. 3R, 2B, kitchen, family room, "1',1.11 f lw 4'.idillae'I'rIdr"d ; .. Wall DrillinlJI

N. Main. Gainesville 3767110. WELCOME WAGON Part time 7305. Itp 7/24 / 964-5027 days or 964-6107 - -. .R, DR, a huge game room with .'mil N \\ I l.ilh:: :;IS...\:111:: |
ll' : after 5. 1t 7/24 Furnished 2 BR home new roof fireplace (near completion), (. \I"'.!'.\ 11.1.1':
work needed ------- rl t 2" thru 6"
_ representative to -- patio grill, extra large utility I
------------ new paint chain link fence -
greet new people moving into FOR SALE: 1 fat hog, 200 Ibs., luminum awnings & carport building, pecan trees and morel Fast Rotary
Starke area. Applicants must New FOR RENT: Three room furnished 31270.
Hampshire red
HELP WANTED have own car, like people, be 964-6612. Itp 7/24 fryers. duplex, utilities fur $9.600. Davidson Drilling Equipment '
r civic minded. For informationwrite nished. Reliable persons only Little Lake Santa Fe beautiful
------------ 5 BR 2 Bath frame ,
to L. Barsi 4420 Monu- need apply. 603 E. Washington home story 1 remote, undeveloped let. Owner Mobile Home Park State Licensed ( ,
MOVING & GARAGE SALE on acre Lawtey
Point Drive Ave
ment Jacksonville : Itp 7/24 WIll finance. $15,000.oatfMrontage. .
,r1. Fla. 32225 or call 904- 345 N. St. Oalr. Street, -------,-- -- $20,000. amnr. In cityllmtsaxr.xi, ) L

klELP.WA TED: Cleaning lady,,.. 6417176. It 7V24 ,...... ..... Thursjtey! &Friday, ,1 til 5. 1tp. FOR RENT '2 bedroom 1 Rodd230K"3'. 1III1ttt'489' r MnHY4x .. PumpSalesPartsService, ,
: fur <<
.or 5 hours a day:Jo-Lu Motels -.I _, ...:-....__ 7/24 __ ,I listings" a1 ttOm09> ,ari "" :$3O''Pe"r.M'Qrxlkl ;
nished house $125 per mo. small Room for 6 n r"Ne'w&"tfsed
1tchg 7/24 --- ----- r
.. __ .....'. $60 deposit, no pets. M.A. acreage.LAWTIY reuses $8,000. To New
-- ----- FOR SALE: Beef for your m' Fit. Walk
Payne, Ph. 964-6560 after 5
SERVICE freezer, 60 cents per lb. Call p.m. itchy 7/24 78238O6MULTIPLE 0 of white sand beach & crysal Shopping Center
PERSONAL Clifford Martin, 964-7145. : .. _
-rxr T.7 we. A HI'
-- -- clear Silver
--- --- water at Lake
7/24 2tp 7/31 City Uds. Water S Sewer E-Z TermsPlumbing
Estates, Interlachen furnished,
- --------
ttractive cottage 22550. On 301 South


all makes cleaned, oiled and puppies whelped June 24th iuilding lot on Bessent Road in Jolu Motel

adjusted $7. Work guar shots & wormed. $125. 964- me of our best neighborhoodsth New Installation
anteed James Strickland 964- 5095. 1tp 7/24 beautiful trees.3ood 964-8810
8733. tfchg. -- --------- SALE: 3 bedroom home LISTINGSHandyman Remodeling

-, - - and 3 bedrcom rental lot near town which could
FOR SALE: Big Dutchman dwellingat
MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also automatic feeders complete. 835 S. Parker St. Ph. 964- Special $3,500 used for a home, or possibly aailer. JIMMY MOORE'S Repairs

Large quantities & 14 hole 7066. 1t 7/24 3200.
mobile home hurricane anchoring Sun SportsMORE
and mobile home roof metal nest. Anton Zacek - -- Starke 2 old homes, V acre,

coating. Olin's MOBILE Junction 301 & SR-18 FOR SALE: Mobile home 2 $7,000 Cecelia T. Terwillegar BOAT FOR I Purrmnce|

Hampton. Up 7/24 bedroom, 2 bath. Excellent Reg. Real Estate Broker YOURMONEY TF

Shop Home Service. 964-5606 Rt. ,.. --------- condition. Will sell below Starke 4 BR on 2 lots, $10.500 206W. Madison Ave.
STARKE PH 964-5791
100W. Starke, Ra. tfchg. book value. 964-8002. Up Pump & Supply
------------ : 4
Starke "
7/24 2 BR, $8,890 I office 964-7776
Goose neck chair & ottoman, .. COMPLETE OUTBOARD &
home 964-5145 Company
HOME REMODELING AND ---- -- ---- -
platform rocker, boys size 3-5 STERN DRIVE SERVICE
REPAIR. Master electrician lakefront 2 BR, $22,000
FOR SALE: Unfurnished mobile
IS MOVINGTO ladies clothes, toys & lots AND REPAIR N. Ave.
and 864
plumber carpenter. Rea- home. $500 equity and take Temple
sonable rates. 9648087.7/10 more SR16.bargains 2nd house, 4 miles on W.right on up payments 782-3739( after 5 Theresa 3 BR, 2 lots, $22,000 COMPLETE FIBERGLASS Starke

4tchg 7/31. REPAIR
p.m. lip 7/24
behind Heilbron Church. Sat. Starke '>,2 BR, $12,500
-- --------
July 26 9 to 4. Itp 7/24 964-7061 .1 l
: bedroom concrete Lawtey 3. BR brick $34.000 10 ACRES
SECTION this paper for FOR SALE ,
: Case pocket knives block house in Starke 3 years

HOLIDAY INN GULF Special now at Dahmers Discount. old, C.H.&A, carpeted. Ph. Keystone 3 BR brick $46,000 10 Minutes From

7/109tp9/4 tfchg.. 964-8107. 1tp 7/24
f.. 110 ------------ .. Olin's Subdivision
;9 -- - Peetsvilte' 2 BR, 4 acres, $6,500 Keystone Heights

SEWING MACHINES repaired, FOR SALE: 6 Piece Dinette Set. FOR SALE BY OWNER: Con-

all makes cleaned oiled and Metal Chairs Upholstered.Good crete block home, 2 bedroom, Graham 30 acre farm, $75,000 1,750 Per Acre I I I

adjusted $7. Work guaran- condition. $45.00. Call 2 baths living room w/fire I I I I I : I iiir
W. CALL teed. James Strickland 964- T.H. Bement, 964-6439 after 6 place, formal dining room Hampton 40 acre farm, 15900 .

8733. tfchg. p.m. Itp 7/24 eat-in kitchen, family room $140,000 r
------------ Low Land I I I'J2
- -- -- w/wet bar central heat & air,

BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete COLORADO: 40 Acres, $9.7501 2 car carport, utility room Hampton Lake 114 acres, \\KST: CKMV.U.HKAI.TY.: .

sharpening service, circular Beautiful high mountain fenced yard, plus 3-rm. apt. $9.200 : INC.

STREET hand, carbide, chain. Mower valley. Near hunting, fishing.A with heat & air. Shown by KrgiNlered Krokrrlt7N2ioH.nuinic Per Mo. Water l
blades hollow ground and MILE AND A HALF HIGHIN appointment only. Phone 473- Hampton 1 acre, $4,000 : ; : : Acre Lots For Rent 25 Furnished

balanced. CaN 964-7509 or THE COLORADO SKYI! 4731 or 4733444. No Collect K\: filings! Cull: Sewage

leave at Jackaon Building $95 down, $95 monthly Calls.. tfchg. Hampton -1.1 Acres $4.000 Art Painty, Call Mark Olin 964.5606 Hwy 100 W. ..
Supply, Starke or Keystone II: O I"
Owner 806-376-8690.1tp) 7/24
9645764COME Heights tfchg. -------- Hampton 1.3 Acres $3950 - - -
-- -----.-- -- .
FOR SALE: 38 Snub
nose handgun
LOSE WEIGHT safely & fait $55.22 hand guns $24.96 t REAL mATE J Starke 3 BR brick. $23.500 $38.000 3 BR 2 Bath, CH&A | COUNTRY

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20 TELEGRAPH July 24.1915


Jury Recommends Death For Raymond Stone ?." ,

was being sought by law en- at the time of the murder.
LAKE BUTLER RaymondR. be stressed In making a deci- elusive! when both sets in- taking a hatchet from the and 18, In the presence of caused by alligators in \he forcement authorities for re- I Stone left Union County on
Stone sat impassively Friday sion: 1)) extreme ,mental dicated an inverted rib. Dr. back seat and went around to Sheriff John Whitehead, river. incarceration on that offense. the night of the murder. He
July 18, as the union strain Stone was under, and 2) Beamer said the inverted rib the other side of the car. As' Joseph Uebelher and Charles The upper portion of the He had been employed in was last seen at 7:45: a.m. on
County jury recommended the the capacity of Stone's mind to defect was very rare. Mrs. Smith started getting out Moniack, special agents for skull was found on December the Lake Butler area since his August 23 at a service stationin
death penalty for him in the comprehend his actions. Stone was defended in lastweek's of the car he began hitting her the Department of Criminal 6 by Charles NavyWanJao, a release from UCI, first by Providence getting gasolinefor
first degree murder of Mrs. When the jury returned trial by Assistant over the head with the blunt Law Enforcement. Florida Highway Patrol L.M, Gay, who testified that a his car.
Jacqueline Joanna Smith on Judge Crews polled each Public Defender Gary end of the hatchet, but could Freeman White and his son, diver. It was located about 70 hatchet was missing after He was apprehended in
August 23, 1974. member for verification of the Dunham.It not remember how many,, Paul, discovered the Smith's ,,yards from where the body Stone left his employ. Stone Missouri a few weeks later fora
: The same jury the previous majority vote for the death was sometime after times he struck her. family car in a field owned by was found on September 1.. I was later hired by the Smith'sas traffic violation, and was
I Friday. July 11, found Stone penalty. in Marvin Smith, the victim's Dr.William R. Maples, a
midnight the early morning After the brutal assault l a farm laborer and was a returned to Florida to stand
guilty of first degree murderin Judge Crews denied hours of August 23, 1974. Stone then lifted, with some husband. Physical evidence at physical anthropoligist with, resident of the Smith's homeSupplemental trial for Mrs. Smith's murder
the death of Mrs. Smith. Dunham a motion for a new Raymond Stone sat alone in difficulty, Mrs. Smith's bodjover the scene indicated that a the Florida State Museum,
Called back to advise Judge trial and granted his motion to his car at the intersection of the railing and scuffle had taken place where testified that damage to the
John J. Crews in handing continue the case before SR-791 and Sr-241A, con- threw it bride river. the car was located, and that skull was caused by external
down a sentence, the jury handing down his sentence. suming a six-pack of beer and In the recordings Stone told two sets of footprints went into blows made with a blunt in'- Food
spent less than an hour in deli- This action took place while smoking marijuana. He said Union County Sheriff John the field for some distance strument.
beration before recom- the jury was out. in his recorded confession that Whitehead the location of the giving the appearance of one Stone had been released
mending the death penalty. Stone sat impassively he had been parked there, shoes Mrs. Smith had been party attempting to overtakethe from Union Correction l To'Aid
After hearing the advisory throughout his four day trial about a mile south of the ,wearing on the night of her other, and then the two Institute a little more than a Program
sentence Judge Crews post last week. The verdict was Smith family home, for some death, and later assisted the sets of prints returned to the year ago, where he was .
poned sentencing. The judgeis read shortly after 6 p.m. Fri- 20 minutes before Mrs. Smith, Sheriff in finding the shoes roadway.Mrs. serving a sentence for
not obligated to follow thejury's day,July 11, to bring an end to who had gotten off from workat and Stone then directed the, Smith's body was "crimes against nature." His f
advice. the trial that began Tuesday, 12:01: at the General officers to some blood-stained discovered on September 1 in early release from prison was Infant NutritionOW
Defense Attorney GaryDunham's July 6.The Electric plant in Gainesville, objects that he had removed the Santa Fe River, nine days overruled by a judge and he .
motion when to he continuewas asked state's case, prosecutedby came by and saw him. He said from the car. after her disappearance. The ,.;
time granted to supply the court with Assistant State Attornev that Mrs. Smith told him to The tape recordings of decapitation of the, head and Health Departments in technological society. The ::
verified material on Stone's Kenneth Hebert. was based wait on her until she could Stone's confession were madein dismemberment of limbs is TyJk Leaves, Bradford, Clay, and Union WIC Program is directed -J
criminal record. principally on two tape park her car. She drove on Orlando on September 16 presumed to have been counties have started oper- toward decreasing the.*
Dunham previous suggested that he recordings in which Stone and into a field about 500 Union High For ation of a Supplemental Food number of low birth weight ;
can present records showing admitted that he killed Mrs. yards away from the in- SENIOROur CITIZENSare Program for Women, Infants infants and reduction of birth
Stone as a "mentally dis- Smith by striking her in the tersection and walked back to and Children (WIC), funded defects, both costly In terms ?1
ordered sex offender." He has head with a hatchet, and then where Stone was waiting.Mrs. Country has entered its reduced in price with a Wildwood by the U.S. Department of (lof needed medical care. The .*
asked that evidence be taken throwing her body over the Smith then got into the 200th year since the Declaration ,$7.50 or more order. This card Agriculture and administered program is also an important F
into consideration by Judge railing of a bridge into the car with Stone and they drove of Independence. The allows the holder to get the PositionLAKE through the North \Central step toward decreasing or "
Crews in handing down the Santa Fe River. around for awhile before illustrious men who wrote the items at reduced prices with- Florida Maternity and Infant preventing the number of'
sentence. Evidence showed Positive indentification of parking.In Constitution and its preamble, out having to buy $7.50 more Care Project. ", infants and children with I ir :".
that Stone was twice arrestedin Mrs. Smith's body was made the recording Stone said the greatest in the world, at one time. All that is BUTLER After Based in Gainesville, this deficiency anemia in 'r. e r
1970 for sodomy.The by Dr. Lee Beamer of they were discussing their could not foresee the condi- required is that a person get a two Union project is operated by the Flo- disadvantaged popula .. :
jury on July 18 was Jacksonville, an assistant "problems" and that he tions of modern America. The Senior Citizen identity card serving only years rida Division of HRS, Approximately 25 perce
asked to recommend an ad- medical examiner who backhanded her in the face, immortal words of "The Rightto from Kroger's and present the County James Tylk High has School left to Principal assume vides prenatal and infant the patients seen in the 1M? ;::
visory sentence with the matched X-rays of the victims causing her nose to bleed. Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit coupons from the newspapers.If similar at Wildwo health care to indigent famil- clinics have Iron detwjenly\4;';
options of 1)) a life sentence body with those of Mrs. Smith "At the time, I just lost my of Happiness- this slo- one can't afford a news- a School.position ies in 13 counties. WIC will be anemia. This constitutes la ;;::
with a mandatory 25 years in that were taken at Shands head," Stone said in the gan should also include the paper, then coupons will be High [ available to patients receiving serious public health prob .' s.
prison, or 2)) the death penalty. Teaching Hospital for a recording. "I didn't want to right to Health. furnished at the store. health care from the Maternity Seven WIC Program*"* e. .:
ty. surgical operation there in have nothing to do with her," The enactment of Senator We think this is a step in the Ik left July 17, saying hehad" and Infant Care Project been operating in FlbfflDa
his final argument to the 1971.Dr. Stone said. Kennedy's Health Security ,right direction, and are also been considering the through the health departments since February 1974. The
jury Assistant State's Attorney Beamer testified that Then Stone said they droveto Act S-3 and its back-up bill, convinced that the $7.50 to $10 move for more than a week. in their county. .projects are being operated by":
Ken Hebert, prosecutor the two sets of X-rays were of the SR-241 bridge over the the Gorman Griffiths HB22?: food purchase requirement is Tylk said he sees Wildwood as The purpose ot the WIC the Brevard, Browacd; ':
pictured Stone as a cold the same body, and the Santa Fe River, and he would be the greatest gift lot discriminatory. in the case of a greater challenge since the Program is to supplement. the Collier, Dade, Okaloosa"City ::
blooded killer. "The he evidence was made conJudge- stopped the car, got out, the people in celebration of the low income elderly who system will be building a new diets of pregnant women, of Jacksonville-Duval County ,
pounded that skull his way mind our Country's 200th birthday. mostly make small purchasesof facility in the near future. He nursing mothers, newborn Health Departmentsaadl.he :
has got to be unexplainable." The only organizations op- food at the time. also mentioned an increase in infants and young children University! of Miami School. :
"Atrocious, wicked, cruel," RapsCrowding posed to such legislation are Harry Rosenshine is a salary came with the position.! who have been identified by a Medicine's Comprehensive
said Hebert of the crime. the American Medical Association remarkable gentleman. We physician, nurse' Health Care Project for I / ;:
"Would you kill a dog the and the monolithic celebrated his 95th birthday Tylk said he plans to work nutritionist as a "nutritionalor Children. The total numbcc: ':
way he hatcheted that insurance corporations.Four anniversary at our June 24 for the school's accreditation. health risk." The par- pregnant and lactating ,
woman?" asked Hebert, ( health care bills are meeting. You can see Harry, Originally from Chicago, the ticipating clinics provide the women, infants and i phildren ,
urging that the jury recommend being debated in Congress at carrying his satchell, walkingthe 41-year.old Tylk came to participants in the program authorized) to be served by the ;
death. '-" present. Everyone should streets of Starke every day UCHS from Fernandina with coupons which buy iron Florida',projects is 13,561.r.TheNCFMIC .< ;
Stone was pictured as "a LAKE BUTLER Lack of missioners know how you feel write to his or her Congressman selling shoes by mail order. Beach High School where he fortified infant formula, milk, Project,has .
product of our institutions" by witness waiting rooms and about the inadequate and the President too in Selling shoes has been Harry's was assistant principal from cereals highly fortified with received a grant to operate a
Defense Attorney Gary Dun lack of conference rooms for facilities," Crews told support of the Kennedy S-3 lifelong work He travelled the 19701973. iron; vitamin C-rlch fruit WIC Program through ,September -
ham when he followed Hebert attorneys and their clientswas spectators in the courtroom. and the Gorman Griffiths Bill, 50 states in his younger days, juices and eggs. The par- 30 1975., The, WIC
and had the final argument to cited by Judge John J. Crews said he was certain he HB22. and occasionally visits. busi- Tylk received his bachelors' ticipants redeem the couponsat Program will serve. 155
the jury. Stone, now 35, was Crews during the murder trialof would get good cooperationfrom Though most of the elderly ness acquaintances in many degree from the University of local grocery stores. The women, infants and children '
incarcerated in one type of Raymond Stone which last the Union County received an 8 percent increasein states, including California. Illinois and his masters' from coupons can only be redeemedfor in Bradford, Clay and union
institution, mental or penal, week strained capacity of the Commission in solving the Social Security payments in Good health and good luck the University of Oklahoma.He the specified food and Counties at an average cost of
from the age of 12 to 20, Dun- small Union County cour- problem. their June check, which inci- Harry. We all love you! got his Administration and cannot be exchanged for $20.00 per
ham pointed out. thouse to its limit. Crews said four rooms dentally does not catch up Our Interlachen Club will Supervision certificate from money or for other foods. The )Federal '.'legislation sup
Stone was brought up in an The state brought nearly 40 should be set aside for court with the inflationary hog's dine at the Branding Iron on the University of Florida. coupons are similar to drug porting thev\ extension and r
"atmosphere without love, witnesses to court and while use. There should be two appetite since April 1974, Thursday, July 17. I receivedan prescriptions as they are expansion / of, the U.S. .:
without family cold place," the trial progressed the rooms set aside for witnesses; some retirees got less money invitation to be the guest of Several applicants, are redeemable for only specific Department of Agriculture's ::
said Dunham. witnesses crowded the one for the state and one for than anticipated. In answer to the club secretary, Helen V. being considered for the foods. Supplemental Food Ptograrri .
"He has demonstrated he is hallways outside the cour- defense witnesses. There inquiry at the S.S. Adminis- Herman, which I acceptedwith vacated post, said Mrs. Anita The WIC Program is an for Women, Infants and
not fit to walk the streets. But troom. should be a room reserved for tration office in Gainesville, gratitude.Our Andrews secretary to the important contribution to Children through fiscal 'year
the question is, is it necessary Attorneys used the jury conferences between at- we learned that some of the club's next meetingwillbe school superintendent, James health and productivity. The 75.7, will be voted on in
to do away with him?" asked room for conferences. torneys and their clients, the elderly came within a maxi- held Tuesday, July 22, in Cason. Cason will screen the coupon system used in Florida Congress" In September. If the
Dunham. Each time the jury was judge said.Fourth mum-minimum bracket and, the Pratt Street Recreation applicants and make his enables mothers to purchasethe legislation Is passed, the WIC
Judge Crews said it was the dismissed the path to the room needed wouldbe in the law passed granting an Center at 1 p.m. recommendation to the Union selected nutritious foods at Program operated by the
jury's duty to advise the courton outside took the jury through designated as a holding 8 percent increase, these County School Board, she the grocery stores, teaches NCF-MIC) Project 'will 'con-
the penalty.The witnesses in the case. Judge room in which defendants retirees were put into the -Joe KerriganCommunity said. them about nutritional values tinue through June of 'J97B.
jury was to weigh Crews, who presided over the would be kept when not in the minimum bracket and there- and economics of food lifelong )Florida's public health :officials .
aggravating circumstancesversus trial, complimented the courtroom. fore got less than the 8 percent and can bring about ,are supporting/ extension -
mitigating circum people of Union County for not Several rooms on the second increase in pay. improvements in the qualityof of the WIC Program \
stances. It would take only a trying to influence the jury, floor of the courthouse have Received an interesting diets and changes in typesof through 1976.' V I ,.i,. I
t majority opinion of the jury, but cited the poor been assigned to other county letter and clipping from Ed food selected. Dr. Robert Gll1esPY 'Jr., ,
or a 7-5 vote on the advisory arrangement of facilities as a activities. The recreation Hall stating that Kroger Food Rationale of the WIC Health Officer for Bradford,
penalty, the judge pointed out. problem which must be department uses one, the Stores in Kansas City, Mo. Program is based on new Clay and Union counties,.reels
With pauses stressing his solved. clerk another, and the county have promoted a Senior Citi- research relating brain, as the WIC Program will bo, a
instructions to the jury Judge "You have my permissionto forester operates from zen Club. Card which entitles well as physical growth and beneficial addition ,to" the
Crews said two things should let your county com- another. anyone 59 years or older to News development to the nutritional health department services.,
purchase items of food that quality of the mother's diet The benefits 10 society J pr.

b. ..... "-- "-- -- (J..v .. b during pregnancy and thechild's Gillespy feels that will result
food intake during the
By EUattttk <:|.,... Wab.r from the prevention) { ,
: first months of life. About 90 .
nutritional health problems )in
percent of the brain growth the early developmental i\
STARKE r" CENTER Dell Chapter O.E.S. will Service schedule as follows: occurs by the fourth year of stages of life on the.,target '
hold its regular meeting Weekly services began with life. Thus, the WIC Program is groups will oulweigh the! costsof
Thursday night tonight) in Prayer Meeting and Bible an investment in the future the program. 'I', ', pGet
the Masonic Hall on Brownlee class combined at 7:30.: quality of life in our ..,.......
Church School at 10 a.
Street at 8 p.m. All membersare m.
212 EAST CALL ST. invited to attend. which will terminate services
By The Railroad Tracks Mrs. Aretha Olston and for the day.
Phone 964-7929 James Hudson of Lawtey
KATHLEEN & HARRY COLLIER, Owners spent an enjoyable weekend New Bethel Baptist Church
with their son and daughter- Thursday night Prayer
in-law Sargent Ronnie Lee Meeting and Bible Class
Olston in Rantoul, 111. After combined was held at 7:30:
'3 returning home Mr. and Mrs. Sunday at 9:45: Church School.
'Special AQUARIUM- Zodiac Robert Olston, Senior and Mr. Morning worship at 11 a.m.
and Mrs. Clifford Kelley spenta Evening Worship at 6:30.:
beautiful weekend in Nassau
Starter Set and Bahama Islands. The Ml. Moriah and Pleasant the Coolest in Town!
10 Gal. SET Tick Collars <$e *2i 29 couples had a wonderful time Grove United Methodist Buy
Ea. shopping and sight seeing Church Parish Rev. Willie
around the islands they also Stitt, pastor. Mt. Moriah
attended the Nassau Summer United Methodist Church
$898 "d, Flea Collars' $119 Goombay. School will conclude servicesfor '
Get General Electric'sQuietest
i 1 The immediate Royal the day. All members are
e< family gathered in asked to attend The 1
Philadelphia, Pa. for a family Fellowship Hour in Lake Most EfficientVI'.CSE
__ While They Last union which consists of the 11 Butler at 3 p.m. which will be ,
brothers and sister, brothers- held at St. James A.M.E.

Your -A t activity in-law, sisters-in-law.was held in Fair The Church.

.. ... .- -nS'pecIQ Mount Park. Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant Grove United : :
One Stop a e IJI .i) Harrenton Chandler attended Methodist Church Weekly
also. It was enjoyed' service began with Prayer

if Pet Shop PRICES GOOD i Redwag Swords O by all in attendance. Bible Meeting Study Wednesday Thursday night. IIIICONDITIONER

CHURCH NEWS (tonight) Friday night Usher CENTRAL AIR
THRU Greater Bethlehem Boards one and two will hold ,
h SATURDAGoldwagSwords/ Freewill Baptist Church Rev. the anniversary. The public is
1 Group of Fancy AND Jasper Williams, pastor. invited. Sunday Church School
c service schedule as follows: will conclude services for the
Dog Collars ONLY 49 Annual Women's Day ob- day.
c Neon Tetras servance will begin with, Ml. Zion A.M.E.. Church If your home Is heated by warm air' you
Church School at 9:30. Guest Lawtey, Rev. Richard Bethel,
Reduced From a 1 eel To Ea. may be astonished to discover how little
pastor. Service for
Supt. will be' Mrs. Leroy
While Last It will cost to add GE's
They Davis. Teachers Tots Mrs. will begin with Church Schoolat on finest
k Glory Jackson; Primary, 10 a.m. Morning service at residential Central Conditioner, I
Mrs. Jerutha Desue; Junior 11 a.m.:Afternoon service at 4 Where existing warm-air ductwork la adequate. QE central. air eon..
t Full Line of Wire PinBrushes Class, Mrs. Vera Diggs; In- p.m. dltlonlng often can be Installed within a alngle' day-and probably
termediate Class, Mrs.Ethel for far Teia than you'd gua... You and your family will eat, sleep. ,
r Hall; Senior Class, Ms. Allen Chapel A.M.E. relax In cool dry comfort In every room In the houael And_because
Cat Bird. Francis Jenkins; Adult Class Church, Rev. R.G. Heastie, efficiency la ....nll.1 In today'a energy! ahort", .-It'a wile
to chow GE'e Executive model. ( with an Energy! Efficiency Rating
Mrs. Elizabeth Walker, pastor. Weekly services began (SEA) up to 8.a highest of any QE unlit It not only help* says
Morning Worship at 11 a.m. with Prayer Meeting and energy-II costa I... to run than olh.,. with lower efficiency ratings
Dog Mrs. Irene Goodwine Solo, Class Meeting Tuesday night. ]"-Ouleteat, outdoor, of any OC residential. condensing unlit
Small AnimalSUPPLIES Mrs. Jessie M. Berry. In- All members are to rememberthe Call Today for FREE Survey and Estimate!
troduction of speaker, Mrs. Men's Day program and ,
S3- I.W. 7ge Mae Retha Fisher. Speaker, the Baby Contest to be held. .
Each member 'is asked ,to Brown
Ea Mrs. Retha M. Wanton. Refrigeration .
J Afternoon service at 3 p.m. please cooperate with these-
c The speaker will be Mrs R.G. activities for their success
: & Air
Heastie. Fellowship Hour wiU be held Conditioning l
: in Lake Butler at St. James .

Ebenezer Baptist Church A.M.E. Church at 3 p.m. The '228.3. Walnut 964773iPage
Rev, Leroy' Davis, pastor;., public is Invited to.attend.


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