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 31, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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2nd Issue ,
Thursday. 31,1975 Copy


Board NO TAX M'ftEASGTHIS YEAR' :.:; 1

Trying, '. ,

To Get Better 1.658 ,Million. Spending Bill :" :f ft

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BHS,Drainage' Set Bv County Commission '

Bradford\ *-*
"I personally, think we'd be on the High School
very foolish to compound the building site.!
problem we have," said .",
Chairman Rodney Hall as the Salley Indicated to the boardhe STAKKE In a three hour session Monday night, the 13rndfOl'dI
Bradford School Board wants to carefully study ..wa a I County Commission used sharp pencils to balance a $1.(i.;>H million ', ,
authorized expenditure by ground elevations on which he budget for fiscal 1975-76 with no increase in the millage le\y.
to the
u supervise building at
Architect Craig Salley of up to two new phases of con- Raising taxes was never a topic in the board's two budget ses
$2,500 'for a. topographicalsurvey sions. The commissioners went over the budget I
struction of t his design at BHS tentatively on
and engineering report within the coming year. '1. July 21, then a week later, pencils poised, trimmed $57.402;; lo cut
'j", ..i', the general: fund down to $901,417.

His preliminary observationis !.(.t.LI\ip:.:." ,. 'i':;;' -" :" ''Their biggest job finished, the commissioners transferred $7itt:

3 ChargedWith that the drainage system "''rt,7X.; .i.',. :;' .:'""';," .. "- from the general fund to balance the Road and Bridge budget( ill
which water flows is ; :
: $475,380 and added $856 to the Fine and Forfeiture budget incometo .
'simply too small to carry a balance it at $241,619. The Health Department budget of Slttl.OI: :

heavy load of water which adds in to make a total county budget of$1,68.045. RapeOf falls during a 'hard, lengthyrain :3.25; per cent increase over last year. j
Salley told the School
Board. Such downpours have ; Ayr.. .14 The commissioners actually Monday' for the Bradford

wet carpet in the new BHS ;, ; cut more than necessary from County Hospital, up Iron/
Girl, 14 buildings several, times. the general lund to balance it. $70,551the! county contributed
The $901,417 J figure virtually directly/ to the hospital in 74-
With the removal of B- v the 74-73's is The ,
STAKKK Three youths same as $901.001. 75. new figure ho\\e\er.
have been charged and are in building, Salley Said he ex- :: actually more than $9.000! less includes the hospital's
custody for the Tuesday after- pects the flow of Water to be "i v' ; than the anticipated income. takeover .of I the emergencymedical

noon rape of a 14-year-old girl heavier on the new buildings The board also has a few more care sen'ice formerly'
at Alligator Creek. already present. One solution items it is taking a closer look financed by, the county .and
Two of the youths, aged 15 metioned to the school board ;v at. including a $5.013 federal 'O\'l'I'l1l'1'1l'nt' and.
and 17, are in the Juvenile Detention last Thursday, JulY',21'; was a -- .. A.i requested by Tax Collector J. finally, by the county alone in
Center in Gainesville.The drainage reservoir In the It. Kelly to buy a new lax Ihe last part of liseal 74-75:
other Calvin Martin Jr.. 'ground, a tank large enough to validating machine to replacea Thechungl'cl\'l'n'l1ilhll'cl Clerk :
18 is being held in the Bradford contain the runoff until it can : ; worn out one. Some board iib Brown lo cut-a StM.iiixi' I
County Jail. be dispersed by the drainage" ,, i x members think Kelly should figure Irom general( fund

The attack occurred at system. .roar purchase the machine out of expenditures.Thai's ,
approximately I p.m. Special Also blamed in the his regular budget.Anticipated a null plus $1,1"|;; < ("

Investigator George Tomaso- discussion are drains under income in the said Clerk Brown ul I Ihthospital's ". '

v itch said I Ile said the girl and Temple Avenue on which BHS ,. General; Fund is 929619.! With request.
her little brother had just fronts Drainage pipes under "Ji t',;"; .. ,",.,. ..... expenditures set at $901.417.! / "They got It." Kind ('boor'man
gotten\ out of the water, when the road are thought to1 be too ., the board instructed Clerk Gib Shulord. Commissioner
the three men carried and small to carry off water froma Brown to transfer all overage Kalph Bryan objected but
I ben/ dragged Ihe girl nearly hard lengthy: rain. Salley 'i :. to maintenance of secondaryroads noted the request. had three
:!r o }.vtirds into the woods said he would see if the\\ state '," < r in the Road and Bridge voles.
behind the waterfall. At that Department of Transportation budget The maintenance Salaries of countv ollieiaKare '
spot, they put u towel over her might alter that situation. .,\ ,., .. ",y'A4 'stir l ligure is set now ut $110.000 up to $2I.I.to the' last of
and 1 ;;\, ., i, lour annual pay increases
lace raped her. Tomaso- I
., but the board said
'' they think
A leakage in the Bradford ', ; :
witch said. ?: mandated under state haw
high School gym roof, installed ; .> ., ar $125.000 might be more 'The sheriff is just( ) 1Il'IolIhill
In the meantime the girl'sbrother ; s
:. realistic since the
the just two years ago, Was .,.a' @ \'. ,: county is figure at $211.2( >8 and IIs'supervisor ,
ran to nearest : .
; \ I' being forced to take over some
laid Gainesville
by a .
to ;
roofer t"J r ol elections draws"' .1
house and culled the police :; ; ) :
live miles of former primary
in felt 4
splits roofing at the '
,: 'Ij; { : a $12.816. Irom 511.41141.No ( .
Tomasovileh received the :; : ; up
,,,aptxo the1roof'rhe: boardapproved ,, .;,. i': fj ; '" J. lA .,J. A roads from the slate which
cull (it alMnUvliaauind: 1hev' ;; ,' 'I" : reclassified the roads \ _
$2.268: to patch the << '' ; as county l'l1Iph'H'l'.11 \gel! \
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area surroundedMate vorreclioiiH .: ''>j.-I' :; for the' inereuse-m fiscal
tears and to paint the roof with :. ; 1{" secondary coming a pay 7.V7U.
'v ,,;' ..
..ll l'ialK''I'l'sponded two coats of aluminum paint ''If ., liscal year. according lu ('Icl'k HrownThe ,
with dogs a I''I'onua.ovIlch'sIvue.l which will reflect up to 80 'I .' '". Also at the meeting the counlill, however. h\l ,
( Off l'l'I'ohn/ L. percent of the heat. The black hoard acknowledged the true state mandate, pick up I file;
I Howard picked up a small! boy fell absorbs heat and resulting secondary maintenance employee's entire reliremeinpiiymenl. '
who was walking through the expansion causes it to tear, i\ ligure will not be known until "'11illi employee
woods to his home at The according to Salley, who i the end of the fiscal year, earning $125: per 'week lor'
Ajiarlmciils'" on lirownlcc relayed the report to the, @ b however instance, that\ will mean $3:; {pel
:St&r('l'OI'llIlIlO\'lll'Il l'l'pOI.tcd.'lIhll'l school board. Estimated general( receipts week additional lake home
\\l Iwo hours Tomaso- 1 T I v y y I for the county in liscal 75.76 pay

itch picked up the three sus- Salley said the roofer also are set at $!!J.6I'J., up $28.000 As last weak m ,M
pel-Is\ who were taken lo the suggested installation of large .. ,.r over 7475. Increased property discussion eentered! around
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:oi11l1'kl'l'olicl'lkp"rtn'll'nt and exhaust fans inside the gym to assessments will net the funding volunleer! lire
liooked 1 for the sexual assault. cool the interior, but the board A few of the 48 Bradford and Union youngsters enjoying a Clinic a t Camp Montgomery near Keystone Heights Included county some $31.000: more, the lepiirmeiils( in the/ count III
The girl was taken to the 'did not go for the $3.000 ex- week's day camp sponsored by the Bradford-Union Guidance Enoch Jones, foreground, and Brad Broun. major source of the increase. the end the Hrooker' 'Fire

!Medical C'enter in Gainesville 1 penditure that would incur. Department was given Si.5iin: ;;
where she 'vvus treated and Supt.! Richard Jockel said Stale revenue sharing has almost double its 74-75:; figure"
released. 'funds for the patch and paint Bradford-Union Campers Enjoy Keystone Area FacilitiesOutdoor gone down. Irom $109.170 in of 1392.\ The il1'II1IU111iI"
job would come from either liseal 74-75 to $35.164;; expectedin increased 1 alter Commissioner
capital outlay or contingency.A activites come to a The campsite is located on by the Bradford and Union campers learn communication liseal 73-76. But lederal .K.: W, Hodges' termed the
Tiy< vBtfiim tT tt rV.c."on close tomorrow for some 48 Camp Montgomery property County school systems. skills, attain revenue sharing picked up $1.392: unfair" compared l III
leak in the roof at Bradford and Union County just off SR-21 between Campers picked were those changes in self-concept, and most of the slack, going up $".0\18\ lor Hampton and $4.4fifi(
Bradford Middle School was children with an award Keystone and Starke. children thought to benefit develop group reliance. from $135.260 in fiscal 74-73 to for Law ley. Itl'Ixlkl'1' must
also discussed. Salley said he program set for tonight The boys and girls, ages 6- most from outdoor camping Another advantage the an estimated $190.232: for 75- cover the irahanf area lo
thinks the roof drains were not (Thursday July 31)) 7 p.m., at 12, were chosen to spend this activities. ,.. camp offers is parent followup 76.A draw the men-use.
properly flashed into the roof. the Camp Quiet Thunder Day three week, five day a week, Through physical and groups held once a week millage of 3.093 on a value The board, alter much
It was decided school personnel 'Camp on Lake Emerald session by the Bradford-Union enrichment programs, whereby counselors discuss of $123.454 per mill will net discussion, decided t that the
would attempt to patch northwest of Keystone Guidance Clinic, after 'directed by qualified $381.843 for the general fund,' the
lire dl'partnll'nlsith
that done.leak before.anything elseis ,Heights. screening applicants supplied counselors and personnel See I Page I 6)) up from $349.857 last year. exception, ol the City olSlarke.

submit bills for
J In other action at the special At $474.641 the Road and their ,expenses must before any

'J ah meeting set July 21 to discussthe Bridge fund is up about monies" will IK- released l hv>
BITS drainage problem, $30,000 the buggest percentage Clerk Gib Brown 'Thai '
the board: Granted increase of any of the suggestion came I Irom
Zoning Change four budgets, helped by a
-Heard Supt. Jockel report helty cash carryover of Commissioner I GeorgeRoberts'who i
that a new temporary 74072. Biggest increase in ; was bucked l 11\
classroom type building 48 by revenue comes from $110,161 Commissioner Dave" t'aulk
Bible School 36 feet will be installed at in race track tax funds "If they can't answer I lire
Madison Street Bradford Middle School and transferred into the Road and calls, don t let them bring an)
Baptist Church the Yo-Tech School by the Bridge fund The county's bills up here" said Roberts. It
state in 1976. Jockel's Apartment Complex share of the state gasoline tax was u clear message! that (Inboard

Aug.4. 15 suggestion, with which the Is set at $11>-1,380 for fiscal 75- wants; active lire' ,
9 a.m. to 12 noon board agreed, is to utilize the departments.
76. down some $50.0(10( from
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As last week the commissioners -
building for a much needed $215.000 in fiscal 74-73.
STA'RKE'- the to Initially
ELKS CLUB zoning changeto company proposes -
cafeteria for the middle school expressed concernabout
by item the Fine and
allow 'multiple-family construct 40 units of one,
Meeting Aug. 4 and vo-tech school. Each Forfeiture fund Hampton which has no
Picnic at Lodge dwellings for a 40-unit apart- two, and three bedrooms. is up over lire truck lo
school is to recieve one of the fiscal 74-73. Fine and in shape answera
Sat, Aug. relocatable classrooms, but ment complex; just west of Rentals would be $105, $125, forfeiture lire call. In the end the
----- the modular units can be Starke on SR-100 was granted and $145 per month plus utili- revenue is up$20.000 to bard decided (10 withhold
MEETINGSNext combined into one building Tuesday night despite the pro- ties and phone. Davis said the $96.000; local tax revenue is monies Irom both Brooker and
Week! suitable for a cafeteria with tests of '30-odd area residentsand firm is appealing to the a up $8.000 to $104.812: and civil I lampion, which arc city lire
fees are $2OIHllo $7.4Ui. A
resident of the up :
the state's permission, Jockel a petition bearing 178 middle departments, until an
healthy $4.72(! <> cash
-MondayBradford names 'presented by Mrs county. He noted that 51 percent 4tI' agreement is reached with then
County said.Value Maurice;Wingate. of the families in Brad- carryover pushed the totalF&l" county that the two towns willanswer'lire
Commissionf:30a.m. of the building is ford have an income less than budget to $241.619. calls outside incorporated -
The change from R1A (sin-
placed at $27,800. Jockel said and 32 less
gle family residential) to R3 $10.000, percent Biggest increase in expenditures areas
that was one bit of good news (multiple family residential) than $3,000.The 'in the General The Bradford County Fire
Law.... Council he could impart to the school Fund is the $9.000.
was unanimously approved by firm will try to obtain at $138.454: approved Department was given
730pm.: board.Set the Zoning Board on a motion least one-year leases, Davis' up slightly from $8,321 in 74.73 .
a special meeting for 5 by Member Rex Smith, but $10,410 less than
Union Hospital I Board 7 1 30' p.m. August 18 to open bids for secondedby\ Member Carl said.The apartments will be con- CUBB SummerIs requested The board decidednot
Lake Butler four kindergarten rooms, two Edwards. structed with a loan from the to fund efforts by the
each to be installed at Starke "I 1 do feel definitely that we Farmer's Home Administra BCFD to build substations In
-Tuesd.- Elementary and Southside need something along this line lion Davis also said. SuccessfulWith an effort to cover the entire
Union County'Commission Elementary. in Bradford County" said Residents expressed fear yYk county but to depend still on
'Heard Business Manager Smith "Everyone is going to that the proposed develop- approximately 300 the existing fire departments
t:10: a.m Eddie Douglas said the board 'Don't put i it next to me': ,," ment will turn into a low In- young people in Bradford to do that.

Starka Council wUl end the 74-7S budget yearin Area resident MA. come area. They also expressed L County participating, the The City of Starke Fire
the black. No figure on cash Williamson;, termed the fear that the apart- special Summer Feeding Department was allocated
7:30p.m. carryover was available ments will be integrated Despite the controversy Tuesday night over the proposed Program operated by CUBB $8.696! the same as last year.
apartments a "tene
SR-100 apartments Mrs. Maurice Wlngatt. who opposed, still Only then did the com-
Douglas said The board sub- Economic Agency in Bradford
ment and occupied by renters
gloJUo the
Friday- saying had a friendly greeting for Zoning Board Member Rex Smith, mission get down to serious
amendments 10budget County has successful.
approved sidized the federal
county possibly needs some of by government proven!
Women' State who made the motion to approve zoning for the complex. cutting to balance the general
items from .
taking that also
type of housing "but not They expressed
Slow Pitch Softb.1ITourn.ment
The fund.Cut from proposed
Begins some items to cover over- in that location." U.S. & N. fear it will overload the city are to leave as many trees andas estate salesman handling sale federally-funded .
lunches 'expenditures was $13.000 to
program provides for
Her expenditures In others, to Developers of Gainesville pro ,sewage treatment plant., .,much natural foliage as of the property< to D.S.. & N, to 20 of the Bradford County
the people up
balance budget. Bills to years age
At Westaide Park close out the 74-7 budget poses to build 40 apartmentunits "If I built a private complexwith possible. said the firm will spend and offers supervised Development Authority
year on a 15-acre site one- Residents asked if the $700,000 on the
my own in Starkeit recreational $25,300 requested for, affirmative
were authorized paid money programs.
fourth miles of Starke .
west on
would lower
courmyot'Sammuttltg. development
will be Integrated Davis action coordinator,
-Agreed to meet at 3 property owned by the L.G. '"That doesn't sound like a,< The
p.m. replied to that. property values why Itcouldn't program began June 16 $10,410 from the Bradford
glie ( Tuesday.Aug' 5, with an of- Powell Estate "Please have be located in another tenement to me, Bryan admitted and will continue through County Fire' Department f
jt 1uta ank ficial from the State Depart mercy on we that do live Davis also said the complex' area They said they want to when confronted witha August 31j Persons Interested requesl'S1o,800 requested for
; ment of Education's Tran there" pleaded Mrs... Lois will have an on-site resident '> keep the area strictly single conflict of interest charge, in the program may call 964-, .a head start and a
.!j 1leawh now. Inwn*U lportatlon-Department. for' a Bullington. manager whose main job will) family residential. that he will receive a commis-< ,.5689 in Starke from 8 am to 4p.m. $2.000 duplicate program figure for' a

-' freMM Wpat,T.. '*. InwMrl.rF; ". report on the county's recent In answer! to questions 1 be In keeping up the grounds. Ralph Bryan, a county commissioner ,lion on the .sale .of the .,Monday through Friday,. homemaker's program fofCUBB
''transportation survey.;,"' I I Ronnie Davis of DS.& .N. said ,and buildings., He said plans, II and also the real ,)See Page 18) tor' Anther informatloa' Economic.I Agencyj.1'1: ::*


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/c2TELEGRAPH July 31.1975 "Y.'tl ;rUtI ,,' '..A'G'
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Sandra Tomlinson Honored At Several Partiesss ------.-.------ .. ---. ----------.----,------, '--------

Sandra Tomlinson, mother, Mrs. Henry covered with a blue linen cloth r1
urfse marriage to Robert Tomlinson, and grandmother, with a white eyelet overlayand SPceial Jf !
Iifhie will be an event of Mrs. Homer Sweat, were was centered with a 1 64.ide P1/Y1w WL /
.Ml.iv, August I at 7. p,m. in presented white corsages. ceramic bride and groom.
III First Christian Church, The hostesses gave the The gift table was centered
\\ls honored at several honoree a set of yellow linens with a miniature gift tree. Wool y Sorief ?Jit r,

I*'ties recently. and mats. Miss Tomlinson was __________________._________-'" ... ___________
t\ surprise miscellaneous (Fifteen guests enjoyed the presented with a set of pots by -
4ower was given for Miss occasion between the hours 8 the hostesses. Esther 18 I I
Romero And Don Vows July
jhmlinson. by Misses Connie p.m. and 10 p.m. Out-of-town guests were Wainwrights Hardy Repeat Wedding
ihite, Becky Bradford and Mrs. George Ritchie and Miss
finclie ttobbett in the apartment Carolyn Ritchie of Daytona, Hosts July 25 At Miss Esther Julia Romero, A reception was held at the
of Miss Joy Dance, dean Mrs. Jimmy Brown and mother and sister, of the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Epi- Woman's Club of Starke. Mrs.
if women at Atlanta Mrs. Wayne Douglas gave a prospective groom. Rehearsal Dinner fanio Romero, of Okeechobee Charles Darby greeted the
thitstian College, East: linen shower at the home of became the bride of Donald I guests at the door and Miss

Point, Ga the latter on Raiford Road for Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Wain-. Edwin Hardy, son of Mr. and 'Debbie Thomas kept the
'The 25 attending enjoyed Miss Tomlinson on July 17. Vicki Thomas wright were hosts at a dinner\ Mrs. Charles Hardy of Starkeon bride's book.Standing .
games, and prizes were won The 15 guests enjoyed a last Friday night at the Friday, July 18 at 8 p.m. at in the receivingline
Misses Linda Williams and during the hours Celebrates party were the bride and groom
by game party 8th Garden Restaurant for their the First Baptist Church with
Carolyn Fawley.The and a prize was awarded to son, David, and his fiancee, Rev Ben Bryant performingthe and their parents..
refreshment table was Mrs Ronnie Tomlinson Birthday July 16 Miss Patricia Edwards; nuptials. covered
entered\I ith an arrangement Corsages were presented to following the couple's wed- Centering the altar was 'a
ol! summer flowers. At one the honoreee and her mother, Vicki Thomas, daughter of ding rehearsal.The arrangement of trimmed with lace and centered
end ol the table was a punch Mrs Henry Tomlinson. Miss Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Thomas, U-shaped dining table white gladioli and chrysanthemums a with a four-tiered wedd-
Ixrnl encircled with greenery Tomlinson was also given a of Morgan Road celebratedher was covered with white linen baby's breath and red ing cake decorated with
other end was a peignoir set as a memento of eighth birthday Wed- cloths and centering the head carnations against a back- angels. Flanking the cake
udirorated cake, carrying out the occasion. nesday evening, July 16, witha table was an arrangment of ground of arched and tree were two silver candelabraswith
the color scheme of yellow and Assisting in serving were party for approximately 25 roses carnations, statice' and candelabras with white tapers rH.Y rH. red tapers and the atten-
given Mrs Wayne Blankenship and guests. breath with entwined with greenery. dant's bouquets on the table
The hostesses gave Miss Mrs Ronnie Tomlinson. They played games during baby's miniature bride and groom in a Presenting a program of further carried out the red and
Tomlinson a white bathroom the party hours and awarded the center of the nuptial music were Paul H. NM9Mr 1 white decorations. Mrs. J.T.
scale as a memento of the ...... prizes. Homemade ice cream arrangement. Down the Faulkner, Jr., organist, Mrs. Prevail and Mrs. Dolph
iKxasion and cake were served.. lengths of the side tables wasa Charles E. Francis, pianist, Reddish cut the cake.
The Lydia Circle of the First Out-of-town guests included garland of fern in- Miss Irene Mier, Tampa, gui- The two punch tables,
A linen shower was !given Christian Church gave a Pam Stroud of Greenville;! termittenly interspersed with tarist, and Mrs. Robert W covered with floor length, cut-
for Miss 'lomlmson on July 8 bridal shower for Miss Tenn. and Missy Smith of single crystal candle holders Milner, Jr., Miss Debbie work cloths, were centered
at( the home ol!' Miss Betty Tomlinson on July 30 in the Orien, 111. with pink tapers with pink Elbon, Gainesville, and with crystal punch bowls
Jane Morgan and Mis Nettie church Fellowship Hall (flowers at the base of each William George, soloists.' .! .k. : encircled with greenery. Pre-
M Wynn on Lafayette St. Bridal games were playedby holder. Place cards markedthe Mr. Hardy attended his son .. .. '/".\'. w 11'1' siding at the punch tables
A dish garden arrangement the 30 guests and prizes seating arrangement for as best man. Ushers were ;,,,,:\,, ,.',. 'i were Misses Janet Jones of
and hanging bakltslere awarded to Miss Carolyn Mrs. Flossie Prescott has the 20 which includedthe Charles Hardy IV, Neptune \ '. '" Davenport, Fla., Donna
used in t the living room Ritchie and Elholme Savage.The returned after a months honored couple, their Beach and Franklin E. Hardy, } NY Odom, Irene Mier and Laurie
Miss Tomlinson. her relreshment table was vacation. in the New England parents and the wedding Tacoma, Wash., brothers of Arp all of Tampa.
States. Mrs. H.M. Hatcher, Jr.
party. Out-of-town guests the groom, Bill McRae, Har- was
were Mr. and Mrs. John lan Jennings, Bob Edwards, in charge of the reception..
.!. Kopelousos of Orange Park., David Jordan, Juan Carlos Assisting in serving and car-
Romero, New Jersey, cousin ing for the guests were Mrs
M' ., ::Diet:' Perninit of the bride Robert W. I Waller' King, Mrs.Carl Harlan
Jennings Mrs. Hurst
Milner, Jr. and Mike King. 4 \\J
I t BUILDING CONTRACTOR Mad. St Baptist Matthew Bryant, son of the ., Mrs. Don Neel!, Mrs. L.(<'.
: William
Dinkins, Mrs.
pastor, was ring-bearer.
Sial. C.rl/.J VBSAug.4-15 Mrs. Gary Luffman of George, Mrs. William H,
Edwards, all of Starke and
Medina, Tenn. was matron of
496-2185 honor and Miss I Mrs. A.E. Anthony, Mrs.
Cary Vigil
The Madison Street Baptist
BUILT I Miami Beach William Cannon. Mrs. Fred
was maid of
COMMERCIAL Church will hold vacation
Ellis and
Ellis, Mrs. William
honor, a cousin of the bride.
HOMES Bible School August 4 to 15
CONSTRUCTION Bridal attendants Mrs. Marston Jordan, all of
were Mrs.
from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
Robert W. Milner, Jr., sisterof 9 J Keystone Heights.
COUNT TRY HOME CENTER. LAKE BUTLER Children from ages 4 years the groom Miss Lissette q:. Following a wedding trip to
through sixth grade are invited Yn
World the is
.. Disney couple
-- Lake Worth, cousin of .
to attend. v5 ,.
the bride, Mrs. Stan Whittaker ,1; residing at 1926 N.W. 36th
of Tallahassee Miss Avenue, Gainesville.The .
Candy "
:. bride from
Wells, Nassau, Bahamas, -
Miss Sharon Lasseter, Jack- Bradford High School in 1972
i I sonville Beach, Miss Gayle Mr and Mrs. Donald E. Hardy and from the University'of
Hatcher, Mrs. Brown breath centered with small South Florida with a B.S. in
I Terry underlaid) with chiffon and '
Newberry, and Miss Sarilyn hurricane lamps with' burningred long lace,sleeves. The chapel Clinical Chemistry, and''Is
tapers. presently employed at Shands
Martinez N.V.
Brooklyn, length train was attached at
'The bride, given in Teaching Hospital in GainesviiiI. -
Miss Ann-Marie Johns of .
the waist dnd the veil of candlelight -
THE SEMI-ANNUAL LA-Z-BOY SALE Palatka, cousin of the groom, marriage by her father, worea illusion attached to a '.
floor Mr. Hardy graduated from
flower length candlelight
was girl. Juliet of embroidered lace
The matron and maid of qiana gown overlaid with trimmed cap: with pearls. The Bradford High School in 1969
appliqued chiffon, enhancedwith and is in his senior year at thu-
honor formal
wore gowns bride wore an antique gold
The Most Comfortable red lutesong with V-neckline, I pearls..The bodice was bracelet given to her,by her University of (Florida. He is
Minister of
accented with a cape collar overlaid with embroideredlace grandmother; She .carried a employed as
and of featuring a stand-up Music at the First Baptist
rose candlelight fabricat cascade"1'bouquet of white
the waistline. They wore collar and scooped neckline roses. Church in Keystone Heights.

Savings InTown.Come matching picture hats with
satin ribbons. Xi Iota Holds Luau
The bridesmaids wore Iden-,
tical dresses with the excep- The Lake Bedford home of1 Starke Paint
tion of the rose of red fabric. at Mr., and Mrs.Gene Cox was ,
in now and take of the La-Z Reclina
your "Boy -Rocker styles
"Rei"-g' the waistline. the of luau
scene a Saturday,
shown in any of many many fabrics textures, vinyls, matelasses and 265. The honor attendants and July 26, by XI Iota Delta Centeri441 .
tweeds. Enjoy the recliner that has many imitations-don't settle for less Now Only$ 1 19 9 bridesmaids carried nosegaysof chapter of Beta Sigma Phi I' .
Just lean back into your favorite angle of recline: or use as platform rocker. red miniature carnations, Sorority. W., Madison St 964-8181
Only La-Z-Boy gives you this unique combination of comfort and style. 11 white pompoms and baby's, Wearing Polynesian dress, ,
Come in today, while the selection is great and choose the most comfortable members and their !guests; I
savings In town. :.- Paul Moody received the traditional island Summer
greeting of a lei being placed
Celebrates 1 1st around their necks. The buffet
dinner featured sweet and Specials

Paul Moody celebrated his sour pork over rice and
first birthday Saturday af- carved tropical fruit served from a On Outside
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Wedding Visitors HonoredAt Jayne Hardy Greta Alvarez Scotty Rhoden Maurice Edwards Home SettingFor

Family SupperMr. David MendenhallTo Wedding Saturday, July 17 Edwards Wainwright WeddingThe

and Mrs. Randy Johns McElroy: and daughters of Wed Aug 2

and Mrs. Charles Darby Winter Haven, Mrs. Lee Miss Greta Alvarez, J. Maurice
entertained at a family buffet Akridge and children of Lake Miss Jayne Hardy and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. lovely
Edwards Jr. Edwards
dinner Saturday evening at Butler, Mr. and Mrs. John David Mendenhall will be Alvarez and William (Scotty) Road, the on
the Johns home following the Kopelousos and family of united in marriage Saturday, Rhoden son of Mr. and Mrs. was setting
for the of their
Edwards-Wainwright wed Orange Park and Mrs.,Andy August, at 8 p.m. in the First W.C. Rhoden, all of Starke, marriage Miss Patricia
ding. Chambliss and children of Baptist Church with 'a were united in marriage daughter
Edwards to David Newnan
The buffet table was Pittsburg, Pa. reception following in the Saturday, July 17, at 8 p.m. at :
Woman's Club of Starke.All and Mrs. Wainwright, son Mr. and
covered with a lace cloth and the home of Mr.
centered with an arrangementof friends and relatives are Robert Alvarez, brother of the t Mrs. J.R. Wainwright on
Saturday, July 26, at 4
roses. Gas kinsTurnerEngagement invited to attend.Retired bride. p.m. I
1.y with Rev. George Harper
The 39 attending included Rev. Roman Alvarez per- the .
from out-of-town Mr. and Mrs. Tbld Teachers formed the nuptials In front of performing Colonial nuptials.The style front +

Carl H. Chambliss, Miss Ruby an arch candelabra with where the

Fugate Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E. Honored July 24 burning tapers. Preceding the porch held, was decorated marriagewas with ;
Nobles and children and Mr. vows, the couple performedthe
Douglas of Starke and JamesW. hanging baskets of springeri! ;
and Mrs. Bill Wainwright of Gaskins of Lawtey announce Alpha Nu chapter of Delta unity candle service with pastel flowers garlanded .
Jacksonville their life togetheras
Mrs. A.I.- signifying
the engagement of Kappa Gamma, international through the baskets hanging
Spencer and Mrs. Robert their daughter, Jacqueline society for women teachers, one. Following the unity from black wrought iron

Gaskins to Robert B. Turner honored retirees Mrs. Evelyn service the couple presentedtheir chains. The white columns on '

son of Mrs. Janet Turner of Haney, Mrs. Muriel Norman mothers carried with the a single brid'sattendant the porch were entwined with rl1';
flower by
Ann Odom Starke and Robert V. Turnerof and Mrs. Maxine Gibson, witha fresh ivy garlands and on TMr.r'
Leigh daughterof signifying their love
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Belle Glade.A "coffee"Thursday morning, and .y either side of the door were
fall wedding is planned, July 24, at 10 a.m. to 11:30: appreciation.A mum plants. Marking the
Odom, was baptized Sundayat pink, lilac and white color
be announced later..
date to
a.m. at the Pratt street homeof walkway were white satin
the First United Methodist motif was carried out in the
Church. Among those attending Mrs. Sue Winkler. home decorations with two streamers with bows along the '
Mrs. Ann Ragans who is sidewalk. On either side of the
were Leigh Ann's standing baskets of pink, lilac
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel moving to Chattahoochee was and white carnations with walkway were chairs for both ,w +
Williams, Jr. of Danbury also honored families and x
D. Odom and Mr. and Mrs. an guest. the guests stoodin v
Conn are visiting relatives Miss Della Rosenberg, greenry. Mr. and Mrs. Scotty Rhoden the back.
Alvarez '
Harold DeRyke of Apopka. Mrs. Nancy
here and in the Keys through the
president, greeted guests presided over the music which Miss Cindy Gissy presenteda
August 10. and Mrs. Helen Johns invited was provided by stereo. decorated the Alvarez home program of nuptial music I'

them to the refreshment tablein Dennis Rhoden attended his and assisted with the oc from an antique pump organ.

t the diningroom. The table brother as best man. Mike casion. Richard W. Wainwright i f'i .' I

= was covered with an imported Rhoden, brother of the groom, Following a trip to the attended his brother as best {
._ tO o- white embroidered linen cloth served as an usher and per- Smoky Mountains the coupleare man. Ushers were Buddy
centered with a crystal bowlof formed the lighting of the residing at 749 South Hardy and Randy Pass. G. ,I
) c: G :1 red and pink roses. Mrs. Orange street. John Kopelousos was ring .' }

aI: .- .. Tommie Nolin served iced tapers.Mrs. Vernon Slade of Both the bride and groom bearer. ,',

o N.C coffee from a silver punch Jacksonville, sister of the attended Bradford High Miss Deborah Lea Edwards
0 LLC bowl. School. Mr. Rhoden is sister of the bride
Q) bride, served as matron of .
c." C .... .... E :; The honorees were each honor.. Miss Ann Alvarez, presently employed as a served as maid of honor. Miss ... .>;1('-,'"'
) CDC. ,.- presented a personal lieutenant with the Starke Susan Edwards, sister of the Jf '"
-c en 'jGo", niece of the bride, served as ., t'. i;. C
en memento. bridesmaid. The attendantswere Police Department. bride and Miss Joyce Meng

.,, .- t AL Sixteen members, enjoyedthe gowned in floor length attended as bridesmaids. The ", ,.' .'... "''rlfl, d'.. '

... cs: ....'.. occasion.Mr. dresses of pink satin, bridesmaids maid of honor and ,. ., .
were attired
with and lilac
0 overlayed pink 2> J 2 lea, '
dotted swiss. They wore pink ; w. alike in blue voile sun dresses ;"

U and Mrs. Moscoe picture hats with dotted swiss sprinkled with white and blue + y/1/ 1P
flocked flowers. carried .
LL Belcher of Virginia have streamers. They carried arm Stockton and Ian Reeves of They M .yyMr.

&I) purchased the M. F. Brown bouquets of one single! flower, Winter Park spent Sunday to nosegays of pink miniature
home,corner of N. Walnut and greenery, satin bows and Wednesday with his grand- carnations, blue statice,
yellow, lavender, and white and Mrs. Wuinwi-lirlit!
Washington streets. streamers.The parents, Mr and Mrs. N. L. with
bride, given in Woodburn.Mrs. daisies along greeeneryand
bishop sleeves which also had
lace backing. Each at- lavender daisies, baby's
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey, marriage by her brother, appliqued white daisies. The
tendant wore a hairpiece of breath and At
Jr. and family and Robert Alvarez, wore a floor Olive Gregory of greenery. oneend
'" Johnny hemline of the dress had a of
matching flowers. the table was a silver
V" .. Hobbs have returned from lenth Victorian gown of ivory Gainesville is visiting her triple flounce of scalloped
The bride, given in punch bowl encircled with ivy.
three weeks satin with chantilly lace sister Mrs. Myrtle Anderson,
camping trip up eyelet Venice lace which
marriage by her father, wore Presiding at the punch table
<( the East coast to Bar Harbar, overlay. She wore a matching this week. edged the complete hemlineand
crowned and an old fashioned full length were Mrs. Joe Gissy, Mrs.
Maine sating chantillylace
Washington of cool cotton eyelet. The fell into a chapel length Ervin Andrews and Mrs.
veil. She gown
floor returned
and length Greene
Philadelphia, New York Mrs. John train. She wore a white picture -
high neckline was of white Stanley Green.
carried of white and
Boston. a nosegay Monday after undergoing ear
hat and carried
with a nosegayof The food table centered
with appliqued embroidery an was
pink carnations baby'sbreath in St. Joseph'sHospital
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Scott and surgery inset of white alecon lace miniature pale pink car- with an arrangement of the
ivory in Tampa.
visited Mr. and Mrs. T. D. wedding greenery lace and satin trimmed in appliqued white nations, sweetheart roses, same mixed flowers and

PINE NURSTii Scott and family in Titusvilleand streamers.A Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and daisies. The dress featured an yellow, white and lavender silver appointments were
daisies with blue statice.
Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn reception followed the daughters, Dianne and Betsy, empire silhouette with long used. _The silver punch bowl
Willis in Orlando over the I ceremony. In the receivingline and Beth Patray of Keystone A reception was held in theEdwards' held champagne punch.On .
home. In the
{ toyer
GROCERY'Hwy I weekend.Mr. were the bride and groom, Heights spent Friday to Jayne Hardy were planters of mixed the assembled patio where the
; their parents, bridal at- Sunday at Disney World. guests were
and on the wash
greenery baskets of mixed
.. and Mrs. Fred Kon- tendants and the best man. Luncheon hanging
100 E. 964-9935 necke of Buchanan Dam, HonoreeMiss stand was an arrangement of greenery and the fireplace
4I Ms. Bobbie Wilson, cousin of LTC and Mrs. V. J. Spenglerand mixed colorful
and Bill Wells of summer hearth was banked with
Texas the bride the bride'sbook. Mrs. Emma Badman
Jacksonville spent Wed- Jayne Hardy, whose flowers. In the living room caladiums and Boston ferns.
visited Miss Debbie Spenglerat
to David Men of hot
marriage was an arrangement
Mrs. Maurice
with Mr. Wingate
nesday to Sunday
The bride's table was the University of West
denhall will be an event of pink and light pink carnations,
Wells. greeted the guests at the
and Mrs, M. C.
white lace Pensacola the
covered with a Florida in over
Saturday evening, August 2,' baby's: breath and white reception and Nancy Ormsbeeand
cloth over lilac satin and weekend. ,
honored at luncheon last daisies.
and Mrs. Hazen Kathy Kopelousos kept
Mr. Aubrey i
centered with a three tiered *
Thursday given by Mrs. O.L. The cake table was centeredwith ;: "
and Winfred Hazen ,(. of Ritch the bride's book.
wedding cake baked by Mrs. Mrs. Carrie and Mrs.
Beasley and Mrs. J.W. Kin- a four tiered in
Gainesville Sunday square Assisting serving were
Ann Whisenant of Crystal Wooten had as weekend
Mary caid at their home on N. wedding cake topped with a Mrs. C.N. Mrs.
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Christy,
Lake. The white cake was guests, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Walnut St.Highlighting. miniature arrangement of hot
I II Hazen. decorated with doves of love Ritch, Jr. of Jacksonville., points of interest and light pink carnations and Ronald Williams, Mrs.
Ladles under an archway and topped Palmer Williams, Mrs. Randy
in the party rooms were white, yellow and lavender
Bill Jackson of Arlington. with a miniature bride and Ricky Solze left Friday, of daisies.' Fresh and Cory, Mrs. George Miller and
Texas has moved back to groom. Decorating the opposite July 18 for boot camp with the attractive arrangements used greens Mrs. Charles Darby.
flowers around the
JEANS 1 1I' mixed summer flowers. were
I is with his
Starke and residing
Kf0 end of the table was a Marines at Parris Island. base of the cake.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. The buffet table in the Flanking the Following a wedding trip to
OFF crystal punch bowl with dining room was covered witha cake were two silver can- New Orleans 'the couple is
I SHORTS 10 I II IIBLO Slade Jackson.Transport.He is working for floating doves of love and. Mrs. H.' L. Speer has cutwork cloth and centered delabras with burning tapers residing in the St.irke.
candelabra with lilac returned after three weeks
with an antique silver fruit accented with blue satin The bride is a graduate of
Mrs. Evelyn Wise cut the cake visit with her son-in-law and bowl containing mixed streamers and white lily-of- Bradford High School St.
Ladies I Melissa and Priscilla and Mrs. Thelma Wise daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. summer flowers. the-valley. Mrs. Gene Long Johns River,Junior College:
week with
I Jackson spent last Mr. and presided at the punch bowl Boland, in Athens, Ga. She The three dining tables were and Mrs. Martha Blom, auntsof Florida Atlantic College and is
their grandparents,
S& 50OFFI and assisted in serving. was accompanied home by covered with linen cutwork the bride, cut the cake. a teacher at Starke
Mrs. H. E. Smith in Williston.
Mrs. Ida Sue Schmitt brother-in-law, John
cloths and centered with On the punch table in the Elementary School.
I I Speer, who continued on to his crystal vases holding cake room was a five branch Mr. Wainwright is a

SUITS home in Venice, Fla. miniature nosegays of white silver candelabra decorated graduate of Bradford High

I' carnations and pink with pink miniature carnations School and is a cattleman and
Fabric Sale MR. COFFEE II P; D. Fancher Jr. of Starke sweetheart roses. Around the white yellow and farmer.
Johnson of
and Mrs. Melanie
base of the vases were rufflesof

I 1 Large Table $3495FREE Gainesville marriage Saturday were united night in in As white the nylon guests tulle.-arrived they Local Furniture Company

I the Highland Baptist Church. were served punch on the I

1 Attending reception were the Mr.wedding and Mrs.M and. bowl porch. Presiding Mrs. at Gene the punch Sold By Mrs. LanierLoyree
were Ivey,
2 Yds. For .... .A.. Baldwin and .Mr.... _and___ s'; ter of the homree assisted;

I 1 I II 100 Filters Mrs. F., H. Kramer. by Mrs HM--ii: : ;:Jr.: Lamer, outstanding graduate of the U.S. Naval

The hostesses presentedMiss stockholder in the Bradford Academy and has a masters'
I The Price Of During This Sale Only ) onr Good Tin Aug. 10 Only/ Misses Lynda Ellen Hardy and her mother, Furniture Corp.. sold the degree from the University of

I Bloodworth and June E. Mrs. J.E. Hardy, with cor- operation to Morris B. Virginia. Williams will live in
I Hardy were on the Dean's list sages and also gave a gift to Williams on July 14. Starke with his wife Sharon
For The Perfect Of Coffee See
Cup for the spring quarter at
Miss Hardy as a memento of Mrs. Lanier bought a and four children.

IAII The Remaining! The MR COFFEE atKoch's Valdosta State College.See the occasion.. majority of stocks in the
I ( Page 4)) Mrs. P.n. Felos and Mrs. company in 1960. Since then,

Carl HurSv .sisted in servingthe she has managed the corpor-
I Drug Store THEBRADFORDCOUNTY dining room. ation, and will continue in an
I Fabric Off TELEGRAPH advisory capacity.

Published every Thursday Williams was general sales
-.I 166 W. Call 964-6757 Call Street of LOF Engineered
... _ at 138 manager
Starke. Florida 32091 Mr. and Mrs: Jerry Lawson Products, Inc.. a furniture

and sons. Randy and Mike, of industry supplier. He also has .,
Second Class postage paid Fort Walton Beach, Mr. and experience in engineering,
Starke. FloridaSubIJrlption production, and administration -
Mrs. Lowell Hoehn and
children, Susie David and with Libbey-Owens-Ford, '
Rates: Inc. and Hercules, Inc. He is a ;
John and Mrs. Peggy Bennettof
In trad.art'a $6.00
: per
Colorado Springs, Colo. and
S9c dear/; 13.50 six months Mrs. Ewell Lawson spent 4 Stops Set In .

to at
Thursday Saturday
Outside trade area: 17.00per ForAluminum
Disney August
"l'r: 14.00 six month

i 4. \ Plus 50c Film Charge Cans ?

GaL STARKE During August, tm
For A green the Reynolds Aluminum

Mobile Recycling unit will Daniel Griffis
have four scheduled stops in

"' Starke. Elected Officer
473.3193 Area residents will receive

Plus !oil film Ch.,.. 15 cents per pound for all- Of Atlanta Bank
No Appointment Necessary:: aluminum cans and other

Full Selection of Po.e. LIMIT. 1 .Por .Por.on 2 .f.' Family] clean household aluminum Daniel C. Griffis, the son of

Additional. S..I.. ... 13.9' every Tuesday from 9:30-11: Mr. and Mrs. ,Gerald D.
No Age Limit Groups $1."* Par .Parson Op.n 7 AM To 7 P.M. a.m. at the front of TG & Y Griffis of Route 1, Camp

Guaranteed store, Bradford Square, US- Blanding, has been elected a
Work ; Deadend
All Hwy 18 Road 301 South. commercial officer by the

t' Old Keystone Road 12,385 pounds of aluminumwere directors of Trust Company

collected In Starke Bank In Atlanta, Ga.
Living color Portrait during June, for which the Griffis is assigned, as
fA Large Variety Green PlantsRoses citizens received $1,857.75. assistant manager of Office.thebank's
Adults and children alike
Hybred Tea Camellias have found aluminum 'Born in Jacksonville, Griffis ;

photo t i Azalea's/ Swinging Baskets recycling to ta an ideal graduated from Bradford, <
t\ Ward 10. N method ,for ,earning ,extra High School in 1968. an i
; Montgomery : Associate in Arts degree from iI
wed r Hydrangeas 0 Dish Gardens money, according to Paul I
St.Johns River Junior College "
6 ii
2s Hayden Reynolds Regional,
Caladeums GeraniumJColues and later
Palatka acquired
p..u.. .. Recycling Manager.: in ,
t from the
a B.A. in Finance
STARKE FLA.' ; how quickly
: "It's surprising University of South Florida In

i I Mr. a Mr*. Grady L. Willl.m.on used household aluminum. 4,, Tampa.

.: Children Under Two Yrs. Photographed) such as all-aluminum Griffis and his wife Gloria

ykq' !\ .i,.?... 473.3193i ,beverage ,cans Ja, ,ac-- I'reside on Sheffield Rd.' in
cumulated. Norcross, Ga.


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TELEGRAPH July 31,1575

Vicki Carver Headed BCH Trustees Buy Liability ,Insurance School Millage Appears Down

provide more information in
For State Pageant STARKE It appears now
Bradford County Hospital in Florida. He said Joining the, 'decision. Hospital Administrator liability Insurance, notified that a greater local requiredtax 'coming years, Jockel says.
I I Trustees bought liability state insurance plan ,would' Richard Ed- them in a letter in March that effort for county schools The total school operations
Having won the Jr. Miss +r insurance that will cost$20,507 prove much more expensivethan mondson said later that the the $7,000 liability premium won't come about for 1975.76 budget totals around $4
Bicentennial Princess per year at their meeting the price he quoted, and only type insurance the would be increased. The firm as originally predicted, Supt. million. It Is now being gone
Pageant in Gainesville Thursday night. he listed 16 other hospitalt hospital did not carry was for quoted a figure of around Richard Jockel said this week over line item by line item.
recently, Miss Vicki Carver : that had Joined in the f lonaa liability. $60,000.Failure to pay the new The State Department of More trimming may take
will be going to the state The trustees entered into Trust Fund Deadline for joining some bill would result in can Revenue's umpteenth school place before the school board
competition in Orlando, Fla., the agreement after Robert H. Private insurance type of insurance program as cellation in 10 days. budget calculations places the begins to work with the'final
July 31-Aug.. 2. Atkins, president of All-Risk do not provide liability companies specified by recent state The board agreed they could local required mllla e at figures in August.
Judging in the pageant will Corp. of Florida, (presentedthe Insurance to hospitals. legislation is Aug. 1. not afford the increase, so the 6.2931 mills, very slightly
be based on personality, new plan to them. The board had to cancel the contract was cancelled on below the 6,3373 required levy
modeling a gown, a party Atkins offered other Insurance hospital liability insurance in April 4. That was before the for 1974-75, Jockel 'says. FOREST FIRE/
dress and sportswear. Other Atkins told the trustees his plans, but the April this year when the full year's service was up, but School officials had anticipated PREVENTIONSOfOOL)
awards offered in the contest was a selfinsurancegroup trustees said they would study Argonaut insurance firm with the hospital did get some a local required .P :. IS
will be the Cover Girl Award, .1.1I' composed of several hospitals the policies and then make a which the trustees had had money back. effort of 7.035 mills for 75-76, NEVER Our!'
Best in Gown, Best in Sport- .'
which would have been a tax
swear, Miss Congeniality,
Stacey Miss Photogenic Nelson Award., and the No New Qualifiers File For Four City PositionsSTARKE increase property for owners.Bradford. County
The must the
county pay
Vicki is a member of the -
ha state the local required mill-
United Methodist Church, With a little more spots will be decided in the earns$13,894. The police chief clerk for 16 years. age to participate in the Flo-
where she is active in the than two weeks left for quali- contest. ,annual salary is $11,190. Incumbent commissioners rida Education Financing
choir and. in the youth group, + fying, only two candidates One must be a registeredvoter McRae ,and Silcox are expected Program., cusp1I
1'o1.Y.F.Vicki, have officially entered the city and pay a fee in order to. McRae is winding up his to run. City clerk Jockel also reported Tues-
has won other qualify. fifth term on the commissionand Merrill Edwards will be in the
races. day that school officials, prin-
scholarship, fitness, and Police Chief Jimmy Bowen Vernon Silcox his second. race, too, but "I want to holdon cipals and administrativestaff ?" -4f,
math. She is a. member of the and Vo-Tech teacher Joe Commissioners are raid Bowen ends his first term this to my money as long as I are "hot and heavyinto" Form Hr.,.....doIIldIooI Y.It
safety Vicki's patrol.talents include piano.Vicki's. Warren are the only ones to $2,400 a year, while the clerk year. Edwards has been city can." planning the 75-76 budget .eer OBI!Tkcrc'i MI.tacMio
singing dancing, gymnastics, sponsors are Ter- qualify. Jockel has installed a for foral fire Fe"eutIou.ItomcRoo' .
the and willegar Motors and Ter- Qualifying began July 21 large chalk board in former
playing guitar
willegar Realty. and will close August 19 at 15 Seeking City Posts In HamptonTwo Supt. Jim Temple's large
noon.Registration books, kept office, directly in front of the KIUER
II "Bill" Cheshier 84 by the Supervisor of Elections conference table. The budget g'-. .
George W. incumbents and 13 registered voter, live within In the city marshall contest ae.ntae s0wrs .rwessvsral
,close tomorrow, 45 days others have qualified for the the city limits, and pay a $15 Chuck Crowder EdwardBrooker planning sessions are open for fl000.e.NIe
Funeral services for GeorgeW. A retired farmer, Chcshierwas : before the September 9 elec- five spots in Hampton'city qualifying fee. ,. Ray Goolsby; and anyone who has the' time to sit
."Bill"Cheshire,84, will be born in Bolivar,Tenn. He tions. government in voting set Sept. All officers serve for two Ralph Green are running. through.them."
held Thursday (July 31)) at 2 lived in the Starke area for Bowen is vying for his same 9.A. years, except for the mar- A. C. Dennison, P. H. Lott ,Currently being- worked out e
p,m.with Dane Waggoner and more than 50 years. position, while Warren is C. Dennison and P. H.. shall, who has a one-year Jr., Joe Forsyth,' Verdo are individual school budgets.The .
survived his
Burial Cheshier is by seeking the Group 2 seat cur Lott Jr. the .
Jack Bell officiating. Cheshier are incumbents. term. Salter, Eugene Taylor, Jerry 75-76 school budget pro
Park Moore held
wife ; rently by Commissioner
will be in Kingsley Lake two daughters, Mrs. Betty Jimmy McRae. Qualifying' ended July 25 for Those in the mayoral race Wadsworth Sr., Lonnie cess is being complicated this Acme Hardware
Cemetery. Oak and Mrs. Mayor City Marshall, and are Arthur Bruno, William Thompson and Mary year by the installation of a .
Rowe of Live Two commission seats and
Cheshier,of 533 W.Pratt St., Sue Whitney of Alexandria, the city clerk and police chief three of five council seats In Summers, and Kenneth Thompson are competing for new cost accounting system. 301 E.:.Call l St 964-6 i 36
died Tuesday morning in the order to qualify,one must be a Brown. the council seats. but the new system. should I
Bradford County Hospitalafter Ind; and three grandchildren.
a brief illness.

;Out-of-town bJ liNJnow guests at. .the. T &: End Of The Month

Edwards-Wainwright wed-
ding Saturday afternoonwere
: Mrs. A. I. Spencer and
Mrs. Bob McElroy and .

Winter daughters Haven Kim, Mr.and and Cheri.Mrs.of tf.Dfa_ l eenters 4\m

Carl Chambliss, Miss Ruby n nMp
Fugate, of Jacksonville, Mrs.A. .
C. Chambliss Jr. and _, '

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Bob Nobles of Jacksonvilleand
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have returned from Treausre

Key in the Bahamas.Mr. $ LAWNEDGERcgg88 LOUNGE ; .1

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week include: Mrs. Dorothy GARDEN CART
Combs, Mrs. Loletta Morgan,
William Burton, George 5 H.P. Gasoline Plastic Ornamental
Cheshier, James Tomlinson,
Rothelle Jones. Mrs. Walla

Starke Graham Lipsey Boatright,;and;Mrs.Bobbie Lawtey Mrs.Ollie Alldredge;Sandra Rivers Mrs.,, Reg. : On:; $988 ROTOR TILLER BORDER FENCE2M" .

Linda Cantrell and Mrs. Amy

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Scott Roberts. Dirk Schmidt, .
Ehse Johns John Denmark FANS .
Nelson Green and Kevin andMary 24" Bar-B-Que ,
Anne Miller, from the
Junior High class.

Rev. John Flynn returned $1388 Reg. .488 '$400
Tuesday of last week after GRILLS88 Re g. .15"
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Tanner in Baldwin Sunday CARPET Eync
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Pages TELEGRAPH July 31,1975 J Madison St. Wins First Half Title :

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I Junior Boys Placed ThirdIn Whitworth NamedTo In Men's Church League Softball ,

State Tournament" Committee
Madison Street Bap"UstChurch with two out in the last inningof has a chance to get into the and First Baptist slipped by came through with a single to

The 13-to 15-year-old score of 80., On BicentennialEugene won the first half a delayed play-off in Men's league playoffs if it can win Morgan Road 12-7. That eli- score the runner Allen
Florida Junior Boys placed From there, the team championship 11-10 Tuesday Church Softball League ac the second half title tonight minated Madison Street from Akridge from second base.

third in the Florida Amateur defeated Satellite Beach 16-2. T Whitworth, state night, squeaking by First tion.First (Thursday, July 31)) in the the second half championship, Eddie Blalock followed with'a
Softball Association's State attorney for the 8th Judicial Baptist by scoring three runs Baptist, however, still second half play-off 'game leaving First Baptist in good single to put runners on first
with Northside at 7:30: tied at and second bases with two
Baptist shape as they are now
held 26 and Circuit
Tournament July Moving to the top of the was recently appointed -
27 at Westside Park Athletic winners bracket, the Starke to the Supreme 'Brown Fires A 33 p.m. at Westside Park. First 7.2 for the first half title with outs..
and Northside are tied tied First Baptist's first
Field.In boys lost their bid for district Court's Committee on the BI- Baptist Madison Street, and also
their first game, the boys and .state games, when Arcadia centennial by Florida -'v*.'** in second half play with 6-3 at 6-3 for the second half title. baseman then let the ball go
blanked Merritt Island with a beat them 17-13. Supreme Court Chief Justice records. with Northside. between his legs on a sure out
James C. Adkins. In Junior TourneyFiftynine Madison Street broke a 7-3 Single game play-offs were, by Handall Davis and the

Arcadia won the first The Supreme Court estab-- .. first half deadlock with First scheduled for each half title tying run on second scored
Dixie All Stars J Baptist for the first half title. and First met and left runners on first and
by forfeiture, and beat West lished its Committee on the Bryner, Quail Heights, shot a games, Baptist
junior golfers The church league title third.
Melbourne in the second Bicentennial in November was Madison Street on Tuesday 'Manager Lamar
Lose District Bid 1974! for the activities of teed-off in the sixth round of 52 for third. really up for grabs going into night, July 29, and are sche- Williams' base hit scored the
game. Florida's judiciary and Bar. the North Central Florida, Other winners were: Andy the last game of the second duled to play Northside winning run and Madison

The Starke Dixie Youth In the loser's bracket, Chief Justice) Adkins is chair Junior Golf Around played at Hirko, 8-9 division; Leslie half Monday night with First tonight (Thursday, July 31)) at Street had the first half title.

Baseball All-Star team lost its lost to Merritt Islandby man of the Committee. Keystone Golf and Country Bryner, girls 8-9 division; Baptist, Northside Baptist, 7:30: p.m. at Westside Park for 1110.
chance for District and state Whitworth was elected State Club, Monday, July 28. Melinda Martin, girls 10-11 and Madison Street Baptist all the second half title. A win Madison Street out hit First
playoffs when they lost two a score. Attorney for a four-year term With one more tourney division; Sharon Brown, 12-13 tied at 53. both nights would give First Baptist 14-10 with Lamar
scheduled, all first division and Danielle Reed, last scheduled
straight games to the Bel-Med Arcadia went to the top defeating beginning Jan. 1, 1973, after determined game Baptist the league champion- Williams, Gary Osteen
Nationals from Orange Parkin Merritt Island in the serving as an assistant state tions have been 14-15 division.All was played Monday night, ship, but Madison Street had Gerald Williams, and Jerry
25 and 26. afternoon attorney for six with the exception of the 14-15 juniors competing in the July 28, and one of the three other ideas Tuesday night as Williams each getting two
July Sunday years.
games game.
group. Many of the young tourney will be honored at an had to be eliminated as North- they the brakes on the ,
Bel-Med defeated the Starke The Starke Junior
team 14.2 and 2210. coached by Recreation Boys Direc-are golfers will still be swinging it awards banquet to be held at side took on Madison Street guys from First Baptist.It hits.Gary Dailey, Mark Milner,

McGriff and Randall tor Randall Davis. USDA out for second and third spotsas Quail Heights Golf and Coun- while First Baptist met Mor- was a squeaker, 11-10, and Jim Poole had (Iwo hits
Davis Jerry coach the team. ExtendsImplementation they meet in the final roundto try Club, Monday, August 4, gan Road. Neither game wasa decided by Madison Street in each for First Baptist
be held at Quail Heights in following the final round of push-over as Northside the bottom of the last inning. The championship games

Lake City, Monday, August 4. downed Madison Street 17-0, Trailing 8-10 going into the will be played at a later date

Keystone's David Brown bottom of the 7th, Madison as First Baptist! and Madison
shot one of the hottest roundsof play.Hardy Street pushed across three Street will be participating in
Date For Getting the day to tie for a first ]Flynn runs with two out. the church Sub-District

place win with Billy Tuten of Ralph Morgan led things off Tournament to be held in Luke

Palatka, in the 12-13 division. in the top of the order as he City during the 'week of
Food Stamps Thirteen year old Brown: B Moverolling reached first on a walk. August 4.10.Woman .
Y' after shooting a 41 on the front ig Charles Blalock then strokeda

'r Ya, WASHINGTON,July 12-theU.S. nine, conquered the tree-lined single to move Morgan to
credit "
to man-
course, carding four birdies
Department Agriculture second base. Gerald Williams
(USDA) today extended along the way, for a two under With only two weeks left in a grab bag game, then flew out to Mark Milnerin tiger: "Wo're hating trouble
J for six months from July 1, par 33.Tuten stroked 393574 the Starke mixed doubles followed by position holding left field. Milner promptly with >our easy payment
it looks like it will to night. The final game is plan. Do you have an easier
1975! to Jan. 1, 1976 the date which earned him the league go nailed Morgan trying to to
go "
by which state agencies must maximum 84 points for first the wire to determine the August 7 at Palm Lanes in third after the catch. one? ,
spot in this division. Brown is league champions. The teamof Gainesville. -AI KVm/incm" in National
implement a public assistance With two outs and a runner
t.u second with 82 points. Dudley Hardy and Charlie Team standings and their mjuircr:
withholding provision under nn second base. _Mike_ Hawkins
the food stamp Other low rounds recordedin Flynn have won 14 of their last records are: 1)) Smith-' m
Under this withholding the 12-13 group were Brian 16 games, only four games Fairchild, 25-7; 2) Hardy-
pro- behind the league leaders of J. Flynn, 21-11; 3)) R. Roberts-
vision, a household receiving Martin, Palatka, 44.34.78 and
Davis, 19-13 4)) Howard- Fresh From The Farm
public assistance can have the Robert Burns, Quail Heights, Smith and Fairchild.The ; '
x, Petrella, 16-16 5)) Brown-
44.38.82. Hardy and Flynn team ;
I cost of its monthly food stamp
allotment deducted from its Marty Kennett, Green Cove had a good night a week ago Stanwix-Hay,16.16; 6) Silcox- MUSTARD GREENS'OKRA
monthly welfare payment and Springs,clinched first place in when Hardy rolled a high Smith, 14-18; 7)) Powell-Bryan.
receive its food stamps by the 16-17 division, taking his game of 212 or a 242 with 11-21; 8)) Hamilton-Roberts, 6-
mail. fourth win with a round of 40-, handicap. He completed the 26.

On May 9, USDA's Food and 34 74. Bob Shumaker, evening with a 536 or 626 with 4 $1-
Nutrition Service (FNS) pro- Gainesville, was second with handicap, to take the men'slead LBS
posed the extension of the 40-36 76 and Marc Arnette, in both high game and
Young couples effective date for public assis- Jacksonville, received a third high game with handicap. He

tance withholding because place shooting 413879.. also won high series with CABBAGE 8
can several bills have been intro- Three juniors continue .to handicap. His wife Linda B
get duced in the Congress which fight out for first place in the aided the team with her high

would make this provision 14-15 group. Keith, Kirker game'of 142 and 202 with .. .
? California "
ahead fast in our optional rather than mandatory Green Cove Springs, now',has. handicap. With the aid''' of ; ;;1',39 Cw
bowlers like their
; and the public assistance 83 points after taking a' win 'PLUMS'
withholding system is Monday with a 40-36 76. One partners, Judy and Charlie ,'. LBr
mobile homes. complex and expensive, and point back is Mike Logsdon, Flynn, the team has averaged AskCharley ../
Keystone, and Eddie Bravo, 531 pins and is holding second .
many states still have much ? Regular!
work to do to implement it. Gainesville. Logsdon, along place. '', ,ito ,
When you're in twenties, with Donnie Singleton, Keystone The team of R. Roberts and i

your just FNS received 17 comments on 'I<' POTATOESI 99'
and Rick Shumaker, Davis, who took three points )'
getting started, you want a pface that against.the proposal 13 in favor, four' Gainesville, stroked 79 for 18 from the league leaders two E. e7T

delivers the good life but doesn't holes. Mark Blakewood, weeks ago, holds the -third
demand all of your income.That's Palatka, was third with an 80. spot.Bowling Johns
Alaska judge bars aerial In the 10-11 division, Steve has improved each TOMATOES

..L&thiTIm&LISee & wolf hunt: Greek, Keystone, carded the week in this summer league.
low round with a 48. Second Marvin Brown vaulted to "Hunting can be expensive
The good life at the right prict. So - .:
went to Scott Montgomery, second place in the men's loss of guns from damageor ; y
Rebates helped the salesof 3 Lbs, sl'I
come on out today and look into one of Palatka, with a 51 and Chuck division with a 599 with theft cost of personal ,
new cars. handicap, edging out Flynn's '
our modern mobile homes. You'll find for '
injuries liability
injuryto -I'1
Hardy's 212 was
just what you want. others. I hear have '
league high until John Smith you
rolled his 222 game for high insurance that covers all t Ii :il "

Mark & Elaine Olin DeWitt C. Jones Sally game Fairchild's scratch in 177 the scratch league. these risks guns personal ': ;;:; \1'' III'' Another Fresh Load J. ;

injury, and liability. Can it
and 219 with handicap is still I ;I, Of- :.
For More InformationOLIN'S Funeral Home holding on to the ladies' lead be bought for a hunting. Georgia I
while being pushed by Yvonne trip of 3 to 30 daysrCharley '-'

Smith, Melba Howard and WATERMELONNorman's .A:
MOBILE HOMEHwy STARKE PHONE 964-62OO Linda Hardy in the game with E.
RENTAL handicap. Patsy Silcox,
brought in a 136 scratch and JOHNS Farm
100 W. Starke, HOSPITAL BEDS.*WALKERS.CRUTCHES WHEEL CHAIRS 196 handicap Nancy Robertsis I ,

improving the hard ,way- ""131 SO.WALNUT ST.

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National Guard's Wash. D. C. Bureau Observes Officers Training At Blanding I

BEfiBFEGBBY CAMP BLANDING "The program we have now qualification courses during
Major is working well," he adds. the first year after they are
John Lee is
rLp much like
any will be
other member of the National "But all agree that we can commissioned I
Guard. make it better. I believe that, making our program even
by giving the new officers the better than it is now."
option of attending branch
He wears the same green
fatigues,' the same tightly-
NEIL CRAWFORD laced combat boots. He takes
part in the, same military Tax Board DeniesAssessment I

In preciate your support. exercises beneath the same PAb
,the. battle against the
'74-75 was good year, but we summer sun
water hyacinths, the U.S. I
planned to make 75-76 even AppealsThe
Department of Agriculture,
better. I think the Lee differs from
like Ford, has a better idea, competitionwill But Major
be even greater. The the rest of the soldiers here in
we hope. Bradford have especially near the lake, was
three Bassmasters one important respect. Bradford County Tax
batch Nearly of hycinth years weevils ago was a developed into a whale of a He grew up in Peking. In Adjustment Board unsuitable for grazing.
fishing machine. What makesour China unanimously denied three After Robert Bryan'smoUon
near released Fort in Lauderdale.a secluded USDA area club so great is that each "I left Peking when Mao appeals for reassessment in a and E. W, Hodges Jr.'s
scientist made an extensive member loves bass fishing. Tse-tung and the Communists two-and-a-half-hour meeting second, the board
study in South American of You have to love it to stay up surrounded the city," the Tuesday morning unanimously agreed to deny
and about the habits of all night and cast a plastic Major recalls. "I was 17 at the Bill Wilson, Ba ..:ock the agricultural assessmentand
hyacinth weevil before they worm, hoping the next cast time" Furniture Store owner, was required Wood to go
Introduced them to the USA will bring the bacon. Maybe, denied his appeal to have his through the proper channelsto
and then to Florida. maybe not, and if it doesn't That was in 1949. store and four lots assessed at get the plat off the records.
"don't" be in From Peking, John Wood must go to the county
The hyacinth is, and has a quitter. Hang young their August 1, 1974 purchase
there, the odds are against Lee went to Shanghai, wherehe price of $75,000. commission for that.
been, here in the
a problem
Sunshine State for Mr. Big Mouth. worked for several monthsas Wilson said when he pur- Speaking for his wife and
The cost is many The canal between Crosbyand a "boy reporter" with one chased the property last year, himself, Joe Lazenby first
years. about $15 million currently Sampson lakes has been of the three English language it was assessed at $91,405. He confronted the Board with a,
running a /I The water in that city. of drainage complaint. Board
in control efforts, but the paritallyfilled./ newspapers a said he was in the process
year level in q Crosby is still low, but But soon the Communists ompleting the transaction chairman George Roberts told
pests are flourishing.I it will begin to rise as we beginto captured Shanghai, too. And LTC Robert McGuffln (left) and Major John Lee review field exercises at the Florida :and the store owner had Lazenby that that was a
get some heavy rain. Lee escaped again, this time National Guard Officer Candidate School at Camp Blanding. McGuffin In an Army advisor to promised to protest the value. problem for the state
certainly hope the The dam on Sampson Lakeis all the way to the United the Florida Guard. Lee Is observing classes at the school for the National Guard Bureau in When the property changed department of transportationand
USDA has picked a winnerin still insufficient. The wateris States. Washington. (National l Guard Photo). hands, the original owner had that he should go there for
its effort to control the up due to rain, but according not protested and the time for necessary action.Lazenby's .
water hyacinth. to lake resident, the lie attended Colby College appeals deadline had passed complaint was
Bradford's bassmasters will dam as is will never accomplish Maine. He became a social Wilson said. that the assessment value was
return to Rodman Reservoiron the job needed to studies teacher at a communIty 22 New Guard Officers This year the appraisershad too much for what he thoughtthe
August 22 for a night bring the lake up, and hold it college in Connecticut.And lowered the assessment to property worth. The
tournament to kick off the 75- at a constant level.I he became an American citizen 83187. assessment value of $35.624
76 season. Boats will be realize the lake has no ,and an American soldier. Commissioned Here Representing George D. included the house, the land
launched at Kenwood Lan- shoreline and it Is harder to Lee served on active duty Sunday Wood of Jacksonville, At- the house was on, and 7.5
ding.The tourney will begin at raise this type of lake, but it and in the reserves with the .- torney William C. Hamiltonsaid acres of surrounding land.
8 p.m. Aug. 22 and end at 8 can be done and should be U.S. Army. Since 1966, he has CAMP BLANDING The current class has com- nothing else as candidates," his client could not be Spokesmen for the tax'
a.m. Aug. 23. done.I been an officer in the Connec- Twenty-two men were com- pleted more than a year of Pinson said, "I hope you have denied an agricultural use appraiser's office said they
I am counting on some new was talking to Mr. Jack ticut National Guard. And, missioned as second lieuten- academic and \physical training learned to be optimistic, to assessment for a 25-acre had been lax in allowing
faces to be among the leaders Underhill who fishes Sampson currently, he is on a "fact- ants in ceremonies at the Florida i here, culminating in two look ahead with hope, to lakefront tract near Keystone. Lazenby's land be valued at
during the upcoming season. three and four times a week. finding tour" for the National National Guard Officer weeks of concentrated work believe in yourselves and in Hamilton said Wood plattedthe the $175 per acre agricultural
You must be present and fish He says the water level shouldbe Guard Bureau in Washington, Candidate School here on this summer. those around you. land into lots in 1960. Since assessment because the landIs
hard to make this happen. restored to a higher level visiting National Guard Of- Sunday, July 27. "You may never be asked to "This has been characteristic that time, Wood sold two lots supposed to be used for
Rodman is very grassy and and be kept at this level. ficer Candidate Schools The new officers are the fifteenth abandon your civilian jobs" of our people as a people," and fenced In the land, commercial purposes.
has more than its share of Sampson Lake is on of the throughout the nation. graduating class from and lead other men to war, he concluded.. "And this, allowing cows to graze in the Lazenby's land is not; ,
and the school, which is com- Pinson told the new lieuten- The petition was quickly'
hyacinths logs stumps. finest fishing lakes in Florida. above all, must be char- subdivision.
Even with all these disad- But due to the shallow "My mission is not to criti- manded by LTC Richard S. ants. "Certainly we all hope acteristic of our National Recently, Hamilton said denied.;
vatages Rodman seems to shoreline it is almost impossible cize or evaluate," says Major Pinson of St. Augustine."You not But each of you must be Guard. Wood reacquired the two lots, There are five members on
have its share of Hawgs, too. to fish out of one of Lee "My mission is to observe have worked hard for ready for war if war comes. and he planned on vacatingthe the tax adjustment l?card.
Bass seem to be feeding in the larger bass rigs, as we try to determinethe your commissions and you "And each of you must be Local Guardsman plat.
the jate evening and night and especially during the dry best way to organize the have earned them," Colonel ready," he said, "to assume 'The land in question had '
early morning due to the hot season. But lots of smaller new branch qualification program .Pinson told the graduates."Our the responsibility of leader- Named Senior been zoned residential in 1971, FLORI'DATHEATRE
at the Officer Candidate in countless other crises
weather. rigs have been catching the for junior officers. hope ship and the county had roads
':Bream seem to be biting limit for years and years.I Nevertheless, the Major School is that you will you may confront as an officerin Officer CandidateCAMP within the fenced-in area. The
real good. Carl Johns said his can't see standing by and readily acknowledges that, in cmtinue earning them in the the National Guard."A fence denied access to those
two sons, Dale and Rick, sure watching this lake die. his visit to Camp Blanding, he days ahead." flood,a hurricane a fire BLANDING John who bought the lots.
last week. has found the Officer Candi- The Officer Candidate a train wreck, an epldemlc1Pinson Edwin Stuartte Griffis of Gene
hold a fine string These bass and bream haveto Long, property ap-
date School commanded here School was established in 1961. added. "The responsi- .Starke was promoted to the
'Jn behalf of the Bradford get in the grassy areas to praiser, said he feared Wood
Bassmasters I would like to have a productive bedding by LTC Richard S. Pinson of It has now produced 590 com bilities of the Guard are senior class at the Florida would abuse the agricultural ,Fri.; Sat. Sun.
thank Starke Builders Supply, season.Just cut off a couple of St Augustine to be a "very missioned officers, including many. And so are the respon- National Guard Officer zoning by reopening the land
Jimmy Moore's Sun Sports, good productive bedding competent and well-run many who have served on full- sibilities of an officer in the Candidate School July :27. when surrounding lots are Mon. & Tues.
Bush's Tackle for school." time active duty status with Guard." Griffis received the Good sold.The board agreed,
and Shop seasons and watch it die.
Thll'Walkln Tall'mln Is backFRAMED
their support during each the Army at home and over The graduates will now be Conduct Medal and the saying that once the owner
monthly, tournament duringthe Bass Wishes Lee has attended class with seas. assigned to positions in their Expert Rifleman's Badge. recorded the land as a sub'
74-75 season. We ap- Neil Crawford the officer candidates, has One half of the junior grade home units in various parts of Heis an electrician with Bell division that made it public 1
talked with them and with officers captains and below the state, where they will con- Electric in Keystone record that Wood did not in-
t their instructors and has now active with the Florida tinue their training as officers Heights. tend to use it for agricultural
..* NOWOPEN watched their maneuvers;Jin National Guard were trainedat by'.qualifying\ in the various. Heiis the son of< Elisha. purposes. It also1 '' had,been
y the field. the candidate school at branches of the military Griffis and Pauline Mosley. reported that .the land,
v He has done the same thingIn Camp Blanding.. "If you have learned, His wife is Ira Jane.. :
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Just a note to the Editor of
the Bradford County :
Pecan prospects are looking about research paper
some underway
pretty good for our folks this in Georgia where This past week July 17,1975,1
shocked at what has
if weather was
rainy researchers
year are injecting
in and to the town
ditions don't promote our old pesticides into the trunk of the
problem of Scab. A good trees. The reasons for their and paper in 2it' years. First
the of the old
number of pecans were "set"on project are the ones I men- page
the trees this spring and tioned earlier about the pecan school building which served
still the trees. well so many of our fine young
are holding on producer with a small number
However, scab is being of trees being unable to apply people. The next 3 Vii pagestoldaboutthefolkslknow

noticed in different groves andon appropriate pesticides to his I and
loved well. Half the of
trees throughout our area. trees economically. i so page
Scab is a pecan fungus 5 and 6 was blank including
ft 11 and 12. The other half
disease of leaves and nuts Precedent for this researchhas : tw pages
of 12 Eckerd'sStore
and is the most destructive
been the successful in-
disease of pecans we have in ; page 7 was Winn Dixie,
of minerals into other
c for column 8 and
one ,
Florida. You can recognizethe except
hardwood species such as the _
9, all advertisements of dif
disease by the round to
elm tree. The introduction of
olive brown to black ferent stores. The other
pesticides is only one of the
section of was entirelyfor
spots that occur on the leaves the researchers will : paper
areas try.
t Food Fair. We have all
and nuts. As the diseases
They plan to inject
these in every town and city.
progrosesses, the leaves and minerals such
levels of
as zinc
nuts drop early, or the nuts and magnesium to get more >t r It will be nice if you will give
fill the people the solution as how
never out a good quality information on levels of these
kernel. to gel the money to buy all
materials that will be
Scab is more severe on these wonderful buys. We
toxic the
deficient or to tree.
some varieties than others. would be very thankful.We .
would also like to read
Even some varieties ij
team' is
the '
Curtis' that have been Right now, more about the wonderfulfolks
somewhat resistant to the watching its experimentalgroves that did live in and
if the
closely to see
disease are now beginningtoscab. effects of the pesticides and around Starke-best peoplq} this
: side of heaven as they, say
Afternoon rains that keep nutrients transferred can to be satisfactorily the tree by I- about their strawberries being
Lt i the "sweetest this side of
for of
the tree wet long periods injection. If so, small-scale ; :
time are ideal for scab could becomea heaven. We don't read too
development while at the pecan whole growing ball I much about that any more or
new game.
same time, these conditionsare other happenings in Starke.
poor for a good and effective Just wonder what has happened -
spray program.The My suggestions for the Pigsty Wiggly Opens To Big Crowd '
disease can be con- pecan producer with just a Sure da( admire the ones who
trolled with six sprays few trees now is to fertilize the "1 was 31 last week but I'm 62 now." says Carey Burnsed All 150 grocery carts were In use 10 minutes after the store are fighting to keep the' Old
that begin in April and are trees properly each year, owner of the new 22,572 square foot Piggly-Wlggly Store at opened, said Burnsed who has no estimate of how many cus- Courthouse in Starke and the
applied every three weeks reduce competition from the Starke Plaza Shopping Center on Madison Street. Burn- tomers visited the store's grand opening. "There was a gob old capitol building in
until late August. Cyprex, weeds for nutrients and water, sed is second from right In photo above. of 'em." says Burnsed. Tallahassee and the picture of
Duter, and Benlate are and hope for a good growing Miss Melissa Burnsed had the honor of cutting the ribbon to The new Piggly-Wiggly occupies the spaces formerly the old Sternberg building

fungicides that are recommended season and light infestations officially open the new store last Wednesday morning July occupied by Winn-Dixie and defunct Carp's Department ,. When I moved to Starke
and have given good insects and disease. A well- 23. From left above, are Wayne Lay, regional director of Store. Winn-Dixie has opened a new 22.720 square foot store ."JI. Sept. 1 1938, the Nat Mern-
results when used properly. fed tree seems to be able to Piggly-Wiggly Corp.from Dothan;Ala.: Mrs. Priscilla Burn- on US-301 In Bradford Square last March. Winn-Dixie and bergs owned a dry goods store
Good coverage with the resist disease and insects sad head cashier of the family owned store; Melissa Burn- Piggly-Wiggly now rival each other In size In Starke. second from Stump Dry Goods

fungicide is necessary. This better than a starved or improperly sed, Carey Burnsed, owner, and Leroy Johnson, advertising Burnsed is a former employee of Plggly Wiggly's national ... n, Store where one could go and
requires special sprayers and fertilized tree. Call if director for Piggly-Wlggly Corp., Jacksonville. headquarters in Jacksonville where he was executive assistant .. find most anything one
equipment that is too expensive you have questions about soil- The new food store, the third major grocery chain to openIn to the firm's two chief officers. Burnsed Is moving his needed when you' couldn't
for our small growers. sampling or fertilization.A Starke, has a delicatessen a first for the city. family to Starke this week. find it anywhere else.
At present I don't know of Next was a Setzer Food
local custom Store and the where
on corner
any operators who are in business spray Wills Set The With Beaver, In 1880's Stan's Bootery is now. was
that can provide an Judge Style Topper then Canovas Drug Store.

i economical pecan spray Down Walnut St. to Brow nice

program few trees.for anyone with justa Telegraph issue in the facts of interest concerning now in progress, such "horseless carriage" tearing and you had to put tubes in were filed. County Commissioners' store.Road On was Saturday the Lloyd night Green one

I read an interesting early 1940's carried an inter Bradford County and Starkein memories become of great down the single paved street your ears to hear the thing" lives threatened 'could buy the loveliest
with the late "Uncle the of his childhood. Uncle Bob recalled.He and at least one was burned in
article this week view days interest and significance. (probably at about 10 miles an 15 cents for 10pounds
magazine in Lake Butler potatoes
Bob" Haislop that gave many With the Bicentennial year In the interview Uncle Bob, hour or less) in Lake City. The remembered when the effigy during nicer round steak
72 years old at the time said chain drive vehicle created lied Men's hall served as the this time. r
lor 19\ centsa
; than
sees now
it that one
Finally agreed
: he moved to Starke with his such consternation that Uncle courthouse after one of the a
had visits
last election would be held in pound. We nici?.,
several elections to decide
parents when Call Street was Bob says there wasn't a horsein also.
still "good hog-rootin' gound." that hadn't wrappeditself whether Starke or Lake Butler 1898 and whichever town won
A few later, one came
courthouse would be years
To be exact, the year was around something in a would be the county seat. The a new Street to the
I built and the down Brownlee
etriTOTUAL 1881, just after the infamous panicky effort to get out of the Red Men were a secret orderof remain county I.. Starling
Volley grocciystore.
seat for at least 20
the time, somewhat similarto years
Reconstruction period. He way of this monstrosity. It wasn't so fancy-
Starke won that election
was just six years old and The first car in Starke was the Masons or Elks of this these nice, nuxlei
looking as
200 and the red
over votes
here with his day and their building was a .
came parents owned by Dr. Francis, a brick courthouse built Stores (that are so pretty ,iand
was in
.., General Levi should encourage other from Kentucky. His' $father physician, he says, but Dr. .two-story where frame the structure. 1902 at a cost of $ 2.5001oUncle, spend ,so! much, Jor."(advertising -
west' :
.standing ,
Serious crime rose 18 per cent in the u tilled the soil, ot tarke, .},Wills- also a medical doctor. present i" but before day
., United States during the first three states to adopt the "get tough on crimi- just as Uncle Bo6 "'Hid 'for and a cousin of the judge, and.,....,city hall stands today, in fact,. some Bob remembers of the carpenter helping work.to do you didn't have to hoar.pay"I um
I nals" approach that was so evident at many years on Chis comfortable other prominent business and part of the original buildingwas I can't let you have
months of 1975, comparing with a 15 per retained in the hall.. So when Uncle Bob looked sorry?
farm seven miles professional men of the day city "
the last session of the Florida Legisla- :' down Call Street after the groceries, You dldll't have to
cent increase during the first three He dimly recalls some of the
west of Starke on what Is now soon fell in line. E.S. Mat have drivers licenses: SocialSecurity
months of 1974 over a similar period in ture. known as Bayless Highway. thews, publisher of The "shenanigans" that occurred interview he could say with cards and have
"Alvarez your
1973. Uncle Bob's memory was Telegraph at the time, won a"Brush" during the courthouse elec- authority Store was made
as in some
and he recalled of the tions,which almost resulted in over there., The Telegraphwas picture even
One of the most important of the new good one in a contest spon- what is of the newer stores before you

The violent crimes of murder, forcible; laws passed is the one providing manda- characters most notable(almost and picturesque a legend) sored broke by down a local the merchant first time, but he Starke pitched and battles Lake between Butler. the upstairs old Half in Moon Hotel now could buy. You not( ,jour

rape robbery, and aggravated assault, tory three-year prison sentences for in the early days of Starke. drove it out on the cemetery Ballot boxes were stolen from building. a' livery stable groceries and delivered so many times
had them to
as a group, increased 18 per cent, and persons caught using a firearm in the This figure was Circuit Judge road (then unpaved) and had the courthouse to destroy stood is where, .and.the. Western. Auto What a change in such yourdoor. a

property crimes were up by the same commission of a crime, but such as rape, John Wills a brilliant attorney to walk back to town. election returns, court suits now. short time! Instead ol

amount. Burglary rose 20 per cent lar or robbery. The new law provides that and jurist whose other Uncle Bob also recalled the removing the old bank
those who firearm in the commission attributes included a strong "Big Freeze" of 1895 which .building and courthouse) win
ceny-theft 19 per cent and motor vehicle use a appeal to most of the young destroyed North Florida'scitrus FORESTRY Y
theft increased six per cent. of a crime cannot be considered for ladies of the town. industry and caused It, "?'.1'1'\. 11.1II \ not begin at the east, end of
Call St. and some
parole, nor for probation. Florida Attor As recalled by Uncle Bob, many northerners, who had I II I IN BRADFORD COUNTY t''" M0Ii' t''rOne worn out remove buildings.( ,

Most disturbing of all was the fact ney General Robert Shevin has given an the enviable and highly come here to "get rich" I was interested in Ft'ida>' 20

that law enforcement agencies in thenation's opinion, however, that they must come eligible Judge would standon growing oranges, to abandon or papers of Mr. Dahmer I old
the street corner (probablyCall their groves and head back day that stately pine is The adult Southern pine store and business, which has
rural areas reported a 21 per under the gain-time provisions of the and Walnut), twirling a north Those who remained healthy as can be. And the beetle is approximately 1-8 .really been busy these ::13

cent rise in volume of crime, while suburban law, which enables them to get time off' heavy gold chain and turned to strawberries and next or so it seems there it inch long, and dark brown. years. We moved to Slaike

areas showed a 19 per cent their sentences for good behavior. This creating quite a flutter among other crops stands brown and 'lifeless One species of Ips is about the two years before Mr, Dahmcrs -

increase. At one time, small towns were was obviously not the legislature'sintent the young ladies of the 1860's.It The first motion pictures in against the sky. same size. and color as the Sorry I couldn't stay ::13 l

considered relatively crime-free but they wanted gun-toting criminals is the judge who is given Starke, according to Uncle What happened? What Southern Pine Beetle. Only more but I still love Starke.
credit for introducting a new Bob. were shown by caused this demise of a the Ips has a scooped out rear and its people.But .
apparently this is no longer the case. to serve three yearsperiod, and fad to Starke (the latest thing "travelling folks" who simply growing living thing? Thetree's end. surrounded by spines. as bad as I feel about

The crime increase in small towns was will probably amend the law to provide from New York, no doubt), stretched white sheets between downfall was very indication of beetle 'the Telegraph paper' and its
higher than that of cities of 100,000 or just that at the next session. and the young 'blade whodidn't the tree to provide a likely brought about by a tiny I attack aside from the tree changing( so much and since I Ican't
follow suit with tall Itinerants also
which increase of 17 a screen. insect call beetle, see so well 1 will not
more, reported an needles turning yellow or
beaver hat set a rakish angle, brought the first phonographsto
one of the yet most which
Another law enacted at the last brown is the of renew my subscription
per cent. ses just didn't stand a chance with the city, standing on the relentless enemies of the presence 1975
in August.
sion provides that defendants no the fair and small masses of pitch on the expires
may sex street corners operatingtheir Florida .
pine Thanks for these
Crime in the Southern States was up longer avoid responsibility for their Uncle Bob figured it was music boxes. ."They This insect attacks all ,,weather bark. (IIf only it's reddish-brown unuaully dry years of service but I',just

20 per cent, still slightly below that of actions by entering a plea of insanity, a about 1910 that he saw the from cylinder records species of pines In Florida boring dust may be present). can't take so much of the ads

the Northeastern States, which courtroom tactic too often abused by firstGFfl killing more timber than any Examination of infested trees when the Orlando Sentinel

reported a 21 per cent increase. Western defense lawyers. Under the new legisla Qua( fiJ a[!( ( 11BJW( I I1V 1 OO.J.In other trees weakened single p*>st.by They natural attack or show by removal the of the bark beetle's will and furnishes all full two of papers the same a.ads.day

States were the lowest with a 13 per tion, trials will first be conducted on the man-made causes such as "autograph." If any of this you would like

cent increase. question of guilt or innocencenot our previous three articles Several million people have I over-mature or crowded to print. OK. if not OK. If so.
whether the criminal is sane or insane, we have been talking probably heard or read about stands, lightning, fire For a Southern pine beetle, 'arrange it so the poeplc 'of
Alcoholics A.A. Some are relatively drought, flooding, wind the autograph will be a
but whether not he committed the Anonymous Starke will know I still love
Calling the latest figures "one of the "S" shaped gallery
and last week "How It Works'was familiar with the program of logging or construction distinctive them.
terrifying facts of life," U.S. Attorney crime. printed. The reason for recovery from alcoholism Normally the Ips will attack pattern.The .
General Edward H. Levi said they this is that Alcoholics which has helped hundreds of and kill trees in a circular pattern is very Thanks a lot.

demonstrate the need for major new In spite of the opinion of some judgesand Anonymous DOES work. thousand of problem drinkers. pattern radiating from the distinctive from the "Y" or
believe that such A.A.'s track record speaks for damaged tree. This is "H" shaped gallery Ips Ruby 1\1. Nettles
firmly the best of
programs at all levels of government. lawyers, we itself. One of sources especially true with lightning beetles and is a good iden-

Law enforcement is currently solving legislation will be a deterrent to crime. Whatever I say in these information concerning the damaged pines we often havein tification characteristic if no
A.A. is in' the
only about one out of five known serious If a criminal knows that carrying a'gun articles is .entirely my own pamphlet program"44 Questions",. this area. This pattern may adult beetles are present.An .
crimes, the Attorney General said. "Butof will lead to a three-year mandatory pri- opinion and my in- which is A.A. General Service not be as quickly noticed if attack by either type of 3 Local

even greater concern is the down son sentence, it stands to reason that he terpretation of the A.A. Conference approved numerous trees have been forest pest may kill only one
program. There is no "partyline" weakened by one of the above or a few trees in any area;
will think twice before taking with literature and published by FFA'ersAt.O'Leno
grading of charges from felonies to mis- one in A.A.f no creed that Alcoholics World causes. however if conditions are
demeanors at the prosecution stage, him on his criminal forays. the members recite and no Services Anonymous Inc., 468 Park These black to dark reddish- satisfactory and no control is

regardless of the defendant's past religion that they subscribe to. Avenue. South, New York 'brown beetles vary In size forthcoming, they may ':
criminal record." Some Division of Corrections officials The program does help its N.Y. For this,and for our next from 3-16 to 1-4 inch in length. destroy many hundreds

have argued against the tougher laws, members to grow spiritually, few articles I intend to The adults-not fully matureare .valuable trees.
but here again there are no borrow generously from this found under the bark and U the tree under attack is Three local boys J joined
Mr. Levi pointed out that about two- saying that it will increase the popula- "musts" in A.A. What the pamphet as well as use direct are usually yellowish to light obviously dying and adult about 102 other Future Far-

thirds of all persons arrested are tion. But that is a very poor argument, program is all about is con- quotations. brown. The eggs are very beetles have not emerged it mers of.America (FFA) last

repeaters, making the identification of in our opinion. Florida may not be able tained in the A,A. "Pre- Many people become in 'small and white in color. might be well to cut and sprayor week at the 41st Annual

"career criminals" of particular impor- to house all the criminals without build- emble," as follows"ALCOHOLICS: terested in A.A, for them- More to be feared than the burn the tree to helpCrevent Forestry Training Camp for
ANNONYMOUS" Ips beetle is the Southern pine spread of the Future Farmers of Americain
selves,for a friend or relative
at --
tance. ing more new great
expensebut is a fellowshipof or simply because they wish to beetle' considered the most This is especiallytrue a week, of camping at
neither can it afford to turn criminals men and women who share be better informed about this destructive forest insect in the if the presence of O'Leno State Park. ,*

{ loose on its citizens simply becauseit their experience strength and unusual fellowship Includedin South. However, the host treesit Southern pine beetles is Mark Reddish, Starke.

In the face of these figures. Attorney has nowhere to house them. hope with each other that they this article are answers to prefers are loblolly and detected.An Victor,Clemons, Starke.. andEddie
may solve their common specific questions that have shortleaf pines, ,and few excellent publicationwhich Griffis, Lawtey par-
problem and help others to been asked about A.A.in the outbreaks have been recordedIn will help you learn ticipated in the five-day event,
recover from alcoholism. 'past.These answers add up to' Florida. more about the problems your which is sponsored by the

pRIb4 Co "The only requirement for the story of a loosely knit Here In Bradford County we tree may encounter is titled: State Division of Forestry.
t, membership is a desire to stop society of men and women have no shortleaf that I am "INSECTS DISEASES AND Participation In the high

4p drinking.There are no dues or who share one great common r aware of and very few loblolly OTHER PROBLEMS OF school agricultural program
miliiji pl1 fees for A.A. membership; we interest: the desire to stay pines. There fore we are not FLORIDA'S TREES'! by ,}Is the; requirement for attending -

N are self-supporting throughour sober themselves and to help likely) to ever have any realproblem Charles W. Chellman. This the camp. .
own contributions.. other alcoholics who seek help with the South PineBeetle. book, published by the Florida Boys from 20 counties. in
"A.A. is not allied with any for their, drinking In the ten Southern Department of Agricultureand northern Florida met, to
c1 BOB G. FERGUSON -JOHN M.:MILLER sect denomination politics, problem.. The thousands of'I States excluding Florida this Consumer Services.It can compete in scholastic and

Publisher.Published organization or institution; men and ,women who have, 'Insect has damaged as be obtained by. writing to: skill of forestry Boys from
each Thursday and entered.second Case Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Fta. under Act does not wish to engage in any come into A.A.'are normally 'estimated 7.& million cords of Florida Division of Forestry, southern counties: attendedthe
of March 3, 1879. controversy; neither endorsesnor not "do-gooders." For each wood from January-April, Chief of Forest, Education, week before' '
opposes any causes. 1975, Florida' Is now joiningthe Collins Building,Tallahassee,' The boys
it is' usually a selfish are given a test
Subscription! ...In trade area: M per year: *3.50 six months. "Our person .
primary is to The book
purpose if that person wants rank al we have an out Florida 32304. costs and the top four of the top ten
0uIIide trade area: .7...year:. 14 00 six months, 'alcoholics stay sober and help other ,program to stay sober.. break of* this ,pest. in West,. 90 cents: plus? shipping .per scorer are chosen by.ballot
Phone 964-6305 Starke,Ra sobriety." to achieve* ? aw.M. Florida. copy. as outstanding campers.

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and Mrs.Ivory Hall of Starke.

Greater CHURCH Bethlehem NEWS STEAK si BONELESS< ib. fun CUT ; ;

Freewill Baptist Church, Rev. "
Jasper Williams, pastor. LB. '$118 ROUND
Service schedule as follows: LB.
Weekly services began SAVI 41 c Ib.
I I Monday with Tiny Tots and 11Y4
Ushers Board No.2 meeting. CUBEDSAVI
Tuesday night, Prayer
Meeting; Wednesday night I JOOVI MINT Wi OlV'Vlly.
Choir rehearsal. Tonight ryF s. CHOICE "
(Thursday, July 31) night the BEEF PEO" 70< Ib.WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF SNli. BOTTOM
Ladies Circle is meeting at the '
Home of Mrs. James Prince. Round Roast
Friday night the Prayer Band Quantity Rights .
will meet at the home of Mrs. 1 Reserved
be held Saturday at 6 p.m. -IP7!
Sunday services will begin
Sunday with Church School at Rib Roast
9:30: Morning service at t ill ALL VEGETABLE SHORTENING
a.m. ,/Evening service Is at,6

p.m.New Bethel Baptist Church. CRISCO W-D BRAND USDA CHOtCI IEEF
Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. PORTERHOUSE ORTBONE
Service schedule as follows:
Each Wednesday night 1 STEAK
Prayer Meeting and Bible YOUR
Study combined., Church SAVE
School at 10 a.m.will conclude $ 1 98LI.
services for the day.. _, SAVI 41ASTO < KEY
Ebezener Baptist Church; HJt -IB.SWIFT'S .
Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor: VfOITAtllShortening
Prayer* Meeting and Bible SAVE
Study combined will be held
Thursday night:,(tonight) at 1 ; SAVINGS CANNED HAM
7:30.: Church School will begin
services Sunday at 9:30.:
Morning service at 11 a.m.
Evening service at 6:30: p.m. tote excluding cift. /food Stampsgo \
Pleasant Grove and ;Mt. '
Morlah United Methodist ,
Parish. Rev. Willie Stltt" WinnDixieClARK ><
pastor.Pleasant Grove Unites y
Methodist Church weekly 4 .
services began Wednesday;
night with Prayer'Meeting. :- p
Thursday night Bible Study.
Church School :at 10 a.m, ( lOc OFF) DETERGENT ( a
Morning service at 11 a.m: I ) STEAKS GROUND BEEF .
'Communion service at 4'p.mo'U. GIANT FAB: ae
!\ Morlah United sl EEje 'i'
:Methodist Church activities
Choir rehearsal Is'held each 1 of choc* wi1 purchut* .xcl. \ 39 SAVEPURCHASE !

first and third Wednesday SAVE 1 r $ SAVE WHEN YOU
night. Church School will 18 $]20ON
begin at 10 a.m.iCommunlonservice ARROW < ?' 1 SOc J OR 101B.HANOI ..... ,. ...._ IO-L1.
at 11 a.m. Serviceswill 2O49o 10.0=. PAK LB. .%
be concluded for the day. Detergent PKG.
Allen Chapel 'A.M.E.
Church Rev. R.G.. Heastie; MORTON SALISBURY,
pastor., Services each week PKG. BEEF, TURKEY OR CHICKEN
begin with Class Meeting and U. S.' No. 1 FRESH

night.Prayer.Each Meeting First each Friday Tuesday night $ o DINNERS
Lovefeast meeting. Sunday SAVE 7Sc THHIHY MAID APPLE- Peaches IBS. 1

,services will begin with + y
Church School at' 10' 'a.m. Sauce. 5
Communion service at 11'a.m. WHITE CALIFORNIA
and continued in the 5:30: / '
service. Visitors are always SEEDLESS'DGRAPES'' O-oz; B 9
.tit.: Pisgah A.M.E. Church, PKGS.

Church Itev. B.J.School"Franklin will, pastor.begin''' Beans. 4 .-. $1 CALIFORNIA PLUMS

services at 10 a.m., Com CALIFORNIA
munion service'will be givenin '
service.Sew Hope Baptist Church.
Kev. L.W. Mosely; pastor.' Beans. 5 $1LIQUID
Church School will be held at .
10a.m.:Morning Worship at 11
a.m. Afternoon service.at 4 OFF 2 89 CUT A WRAPPED FREETenderloins

Ivory Liquid 68C -

Jeannette Prescott Tomatoes. tB.39c '
Mrs. Margaret Hardison of
Hussellville, Ky. is visiting 'u. S. No. 1 REGULAR VENT VU
hen daughter. Mrs. Betty IBBAO ) (BUTT PORTION Ib. SI.OS) OR
Lynn. and her Family. She SAVE I0< PURE VEGETABLE ALL PURPOSE Potatoes . .10 $1)9] SHANK PORTION
brought, seven of her children (WATER ADDED) j
with her. Gaye. and her little $ US No I ,
son, Judy. Kathy, Sherry. Astor Oil. Yellow Corn 8 EARS89c Ham
Mary, Luke and Chris. It's .
their first visit to Florida and
would like to move here. HARVEST FRESH GREEN
Mr.Charlie Edwards of JAVI ll< OIL MONTITomato LARGE HICKORY IWIITSliced
Bradenton spent last week $1 Cabbage. . 2 HEADS, 49c Bacon : $139WO
Juice 2 r.
here with his sister Mrs. Eva .
returned home Saturday.July, Oil MONTI Orange Juice 3 32 01 $1] 00

New 12. to River attend Baptist the revival Church at Tomato Catsup '.4r 38CtAVI I . CTNSASTOR Chuck Roast $139SAVI

last week.She said they had avery FROZEN 7O< Ib. W'O AND OSOA CMOICI BIIF (ONIl'llS OIIOM
inspiring revival. Mrs. 01X11 DAI1INO CBOUNO $ I E Juice 6 6 01 990' Round Steak $159W.O
Yvonne Emery and son's Beef Dinners 2 -., CANS
Mike.. Dwight. and Greg ofQuincyr
visited her mother.
Mrs. Eva Harrell. over the dACHIN GOODSaltine $ potpies 3 Bo 99C Steaks *269USOA

past Happy weekend Birthday July.1921.Vanessa, Crackers 2 :..vUPIUflHAND I ; PIES Strip .

Hodge We July 1st.to hear E. B. 2 8 01 99c Beef Oxtails 1
sorry Dinners :
Crosby is, in North Florida Large Eggs 58C: . PKGSLB

,be Gainesville.Mrs.able to R.C.return We Howard hope home he soon.will ofJacksonville. Old Fashion Cookies 3 -: $100SAVI French Fries . 5 PKG. 79C I 1 I

Mrs. Edwin CIAOI

Mr.Melislla.Prevatt E.B''vilited Crosby and their,daughter.in father North Dinner Rolls 4 :. $1 Sausage Pizza . JO PIZZASARA 01. $199] Turkey Wings .

Florida Regional Hospital and ,*VI I O< Dl lt DABilING *!SIM CIMNAMON ftUIT OH WO ItAMD

Crosby was wife.joined Mr.- ,,'of by and.his Gainesville.nephew Mrs Huey and, Pecan Buns: -" 59CV Chocolate Cake 20 01CAKE $159( Sliced Bologna: ::, 89'Community : '

; \* l 14. > ; fiAVOUlO nttlNW Mim HiWII1IND| W-D tANO

Sunday Afterward I Morning the visitors; ''July went' 2c to Kool-Aid 2 :. v *1MANVWilt '' SUPCRBRANOWhipped Dinner' Franks '

his home and had dinner)wltlv Topping 2 :::s99c
I Mrs. Crosby.E.B. .- Mnii-tf IM A t t k S T O BI O I I A Ml UMNTLANO MOT tMOMIO

Lyon .Crosby Crosby's of brother Greensboro.,'Mr. Instant Coffee . :/ $189Gatprade FROZEN 'RlSH' lO- Pork Sausage q

Fla. underwent surgery 'last Strawberries: 3 s.99c; r
I Thursday July 14. in .. .
Tallahassee Memor'.1Hospital' 3 *1* ASTOR CUT CORN OR Beef: Franks 0
and is reportedly. 'lOoi.PKGS.. '
well.. : Cauliflower 3 99c
doing : .
SGT.P.uID: Prescott Jr. \MO SIAMU l'0 CMOiri > >ONIII>1 tJ I<
arrived. home Sunday; night Pork & Beans I . 5 :: $loc ''DIKIANA. POLY'lAG. CROWDER PEAi'"oR, Stew Meat .'
I July '2O,'* from Denver .." IBoi.PKG.. C '"
I Colorado after completing six 'B Peas 69
I schooling for safety ,
weeks ,_ ,1t. ,9 1,' 1.4
I his family .
inspection. He and r 'I """ i ,' ',
I returned to Homestead where he A.F.B.will IBWiJf.I(!)( :D (!) J 6 tI71f 1tI ADtF L4"SU hlIikl y E': !( !:n :

Sunday.July 27. duties.. ,.. .-. ,. "' : ; ,\. .. ,
assume his new. -....., ;, 'oJ It "" '\\ iI1 .
4 L J l'

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Page 14 TELEGRAPH July 31. 1975

............. ..... Legal J ....... ............ ..... ...... ... .......... ....'.... .. .. .. ... ... L-nal I ii I' ........ .. .................................. ..... HAMPTON By Joeel'tdM FonNln

NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Execution Issued out of serve a copy of your written FRIENDS NEIGHBORS Fort have The Wednesday afternoon
County Court of Bradford defenses if any to it, on theplalntlff's Mr. and Mrs. Class meets at the
BROOKER FLORIDA CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD- CUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR County, Florida pursuant to a attomey, whose name returned and enjoyed the Hampton City Hall and Recreation
FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, BRADFORD COUNTY. final judgment for George B. and address is GEORGE H. Tennessee Center 2:30-4:30: :
FLORIDA Flynn, Jr. and against M.J. Gar- PIERCE Esquire, Attorney at Smokey Mountains p.m. Anyone wishing to join
Bids are hereby called for by In Probate No. 75118CPIn CASE NO. 75-221 vey, defendant in the amountof Law, P.O. Drawer 1030, Starke, Mrs. Fredla Norman was a the class is welcome.
the Town of Brooker and
are to Marklee Norman
32091 and file the ori- visitor at the
CIVIL ACTION NO. $51.50 together with costs of Florida The Hampton SeniorCitizen's
be. submitted in sealed envelopes with the clerk of the above house last week. '
collection ginal club will meet for its
Re The Estate of JOYCE IN RE: The Marriage of RALPHJ.
to the Clerk of the Townof Bill Wise spent
and Mrs.
Have seized and have in styled court on or before Sept- Mr. at the SeniorCitizen's
Brooker Mrs Joyce A. Cast- ANN FENDER Deceased. VALIDATION OF $200,000 BELLWOOD, Husband and my week vacationing at regular meeting
ember 1975 otherwise judgment last Old
possession the following ; room in the
Ion before 700 P.M.
on or : Lake.
be entered Kingsley
described personal to may againstyou in Hampton at
property House
12 for the ,
August 1975 and Mrs. George
for the relief demanded in Mr.
wit: Friday, August ,
1975 NOTICE OF SUIT 7:30: p.m.
ALL CREDITORS AND PER- 1965 Oldsmobile, Tag No. the complaint or petition. Williams enjoyed a vacationin (tomorrow). Be sure toat-,
Garbage pick-up on Tuesdaysand 45W3000. ID No. 366 95M WITNESS my hand and the Alabama.Our .
and seal of said Court July 28 Best Wishes for a quick
successful on
Saturdays, 274444 Title No. 9477873As
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID FLORIDA, a political subdivisionof c/o Louisiana Departmentof
bidder must furnish Certificateof the property of the above 1975. get well go to little Jody The Hampton Christian
ESTATE: the State of Florida, Welfare
? "x who is in the
Insurance and truck. Wadsworth, Council will
own Louisiana named defendant and that on Church Ladies
Baton ,
Plaintiff Rouge the 25th of GILBERTS. BROWNAs hospital. Jody is the son of Mr. church Wed-
Monday day August, meet at the
Water Meter Reader: read You and each you are vs.
1975 at twelve o'clock noon on Clerk of said Court and Mrs. Jerry Wadsworth. nesday Evening, August 6, at
meters each month once a hereby notified and required to OF FLORIDA and YOU Paul Krieger
said day on the premises of the By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Mr. and Mrs. ,
month cut on and off water as present any claims and demands the Taxpayers, Property Owners an action for dissolution of Clerk Mr. and Mrs. W. Fontaine and 7:30: p.m.
needed. which you or either of you, may and Citizens thereof and of marriage has been filed againstyou Bradford County Jail I will offer Deputy were
sale and sell the 7/31 4tchg 821Lebanon Mrs. E. Vaughan
the Estate of Bradford and required to for to highest
have against County, Florida, including you are visitors of
Water meter installation and Sunday afternoon
bidder for cash in hand, the
ANN of written
JOYCE FENDER nonresidents owning serve a copy your Powell. Correctional
repair. Deceased late of said County taxation defenses if to it on above described property of said Mrs. Evelyn
property or subject to any Moslems want Call 468-1156 with your news
The three ((3)) above positionswill to the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof therein. RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor defendant to satisfy the Afore- greater voice In army. Form Association
commence on October 1, Bradford County, Florida at Defendants. Petitioner, whose address Is sad Execution. -
1975. his office in the Courthouse of 114 N. Walnut Street P.//). Box
The Town Council reserves said County, at Starke, Florida .ORDER TO SHOW CAUSETO 996, Starke Florida 32091 1. and Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff LADIES MEN'SSTUDENTS items.LEVI'S Correctional officers at
the right to accept or reject any within six ((6)) calendar months file the original with the Clerk of Bradford County, Florida Union Correctional Institution
or all bids submitted to the Townof from the time of the first publi- : THE STATE OF FLORIDA, the above-styled Court on or 7/31 4tchg 8/21 c are forming an association
Brooker. cation of this notice. Each claimor THROUGH THE STATE ATTORNEY before September 1,, 1975 Largest Selection and Size Range in South the purposes of which will be
demand shall be in writing, FOR THE EIGHTH otherwise a Judgment may be IN THE CIRCUIT COURT to get members involved in

Joyce A. Castlen and shall state the place of residence JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLO-- entered against you for the relief EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF BOOTS: Tony Lama, Justin, Frye, Texas Dingo Acme and their communities, to create a
Town Clerk and post office address of RIDA, AND TO THE SEVERAL' demanded in the Petition. FLORIDA IN AND. FOR BRAD- Larry MahanSHIRTSPanhandle social and recreational outlet

Town of Brooker the claimant and shall be sworn PROPERTY OWNERS TAXPAYERS WITNESS my hand and the FORD COUNTY. Slim; Karman, Larry Mahan, Hang Ten, for correctional officers and to

Brooker Florida 32622 to by the claimant his agent, or CITIZENS OF BRADFORD seal of said Court on the 29th levi), Roper create an organized
7/104t 7/31 his attorney, and any such claim COUNTY FLORIDA' day of July 1975. CIVIL ACTION HATS: Stetson, American and Reslstol bargaining body. :'
or demand not so filed shall be INCLUDING NONRESIDENTS CASE No.7560In HORSE Saddles, Halters, Bits Blankets, Bridles Grooming The group hopes to act all a
NOTICEI void. OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT Gilbert S. Brown re: The Matter of the Supplies etc. coordinator between the
I will not be responsible for TO TAXATION THEREIN AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy Adoption of JEROME BASS. criminal justice system and

any debts made by anyone other LOLUE K. KING AND ALL OTHERS HAVING OR : Beulah M. Moody Master Charge and BankAmerlcard Welcomed the community and en-
than myself. As Administratrix of theEstate CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TITLE Deputy Dark NOTICE OF SUIT- courages local support.
Roger W. Starling of OR INTEREST IN PROPERTYTO 7/314tchg 8/21 NO PROPERTY Little Dude Western Store ----

7/10 4tp 7/31 JOYCE ANN FENDER, BE AFFECTED BY THE According to the Bureau of
,902 South
Deceased ISSUANCE OF THE REVENUE NOTICE OF ToROZINA: WILSON Edgewood Labor Statistics, employment

NOTICE 7/244tchg 8/14 BONDS HEREINAFTER MORE SHERIFF'S SALE Address Unknown Jacksonville. Florida 384-1210 of computer and peripheral
Effective July 10 1975 I
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBEDOR Notice is hereby given that I I. equipment operators is ex-
not be responsible for any debts IN THE CIRCUIT COURT TO BE AFFECTED IN ANY Dolph E. Reddish, as Sheriff of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Monday Thru Friday:. 9 A.M. TII 9 P.M. pvi.ted to increase 83 percent

contracted by anyone other than EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF WAY THEREBY: Bradford County, Florida under an action for Adoption has Saturday: 9 A.M. Til 6 P.M. I3t s/a-7/31 bitweert 1970 and 1980 from

myself. FLORIDA IN AND FOR. BRAD- and by virtue or Writ of Execution been filed against you ROZINA 150.000 to 275000.
Rudolph A. Crawford FORD COUNTY. The above cause coming on ,to wit... WILSON and you are required to .
7/10 -
731IN -
4tp to be heard upon the complaintthis

CIVIL ACTION i',. Case No.75 day filed herein by Bradford
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 182 County Florida, seeking to A cisaimis
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- determine the authority of Bradford
roi .xrerxLrllr
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR In Re: The Matter of the County to issue its Bradford / n.,?,
BRADFORD COUNTY. Adoption of TIMOTHY SHANE County Revenue Bonds Series N./Writ I/M'1 ova w
GREENE 1975, in the amount of $200,000 N MANNA

CASE NO.75-212 .to be dated as of the date of

NOTICE OF SUIT- delivery, in the denomination of
IN RE: The Marriage of GLEN NO PROPERTYTo $1,000 or any multiple thereofbut '

HARLON WOOTEN, Husband not greater than $10,000 I I
and TERESA ELAINE :Genn Kevin Vara maturing at various times from
WOOTEN, Wife. 2049 Cherry Lane 1977 through 1990 bearing '
Chesapeake, Virginia interest payable annually on the *
NOTICE OF SUIT first day of September at a rate

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat not to exceed the rate allowableby A e : Af4
ToGlen: Harlon Wooten an action for adoption has law, a more particular
29 Stickton Street bean filed against you Glenn description of said Revenue

Charleston, W. Va. 25312 Kevin Vara, and you are requiredto Bonds Series 1975, being con-
serve a copy of your written tained in the Complaint filed in f4 *
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat defenses if any to it, on the these proceedings to determinethe

an action for dissolution of plaintiff's attomey, whose name legality of the proceedingshad rr ., 1 ra
marriage has been fil
i you and you are required to PIERCE Esquire, Attorney at therewith and the legality of the .- 1-SPCED Q SHELL ANT* ROACH B.V.D. a
serve a copy of your written Law P.O. Drawer 1030, Starke, provisions, covenants and S" DELUXE BIKE INSECTICIDE SPRAY
i defenses if any to it on Florida, 32091 and file the ori- agreements contained therein, out //BRAND*
RICHARD E. WELTY Attorneyfor ginal with the clerk of the above and seeking a judgment of this MICE ED
Petitioner, whose address is styled court'on orbefore September Court.te validate..the proceed- wuJM ANTI i'' NAtV ( Pa
114 N. Walnut Street P.O. Box 2, 1975; otherwise, a ings for, said $200,000 Revenue ROACH 11 5
Starke Florida 32091, and Motorcycle-type gearshift! FDA OUR PRICE WAS JM- Iapprised
995 judgment may be entered Bonds Series 1975, and said I c_ Ne P
die the original with the Clerk of against you for the relief Revenue Bonds, Series 1975, i pedals 1 ,wheels safety and reflectors fr......Two-on Fast formula killing, with dual Vapona action in- ...... Q O
the above-styled Court on or demanded in the complaint or when issued pursuant thereto '.n. saddle, chrome plated .ticide. New cnild protector -.-
before August 25 1975 other- petition. and said complaint now having fond.... Unassembled top. IS'i' era fl' CLOSEOUT BUY!
wise a judgment may be entered WITNESS my hand and the been presented to this Court for i C1 INHEAVYWEIGHT Ty SET
against you for the relief seal of said Court on July 28, entry of an Order to Show Cause -tc DENIM SOIL RELEASE!
demanded in the Petition. 1975. pursuant to Chapter 75, Florida
WITNESS my hand and the Statutes, and the Court being HUDSON BIG 'H'
seal of said Court on the 21st GILBERT BROWNAs fully advised in the premises: .c e SIP TREATMENT PAPER TOWELS II 1 s

day of July, 1975. Clerk of said Court
By: Beulah M. MoodyAs IT IS ORDERED AND AD- t I Ew : Beefy 13' 01 cation OUR MICE AS.Itf
Gilbert S. Brown Deputy Clerk JUDGED that the State of Florida denim with the famous ( Cotton-polyester
BVD leather porch) blend has soil I '
As Clerk of said Court iAEARENf release
7/31 4tchg 8/21 through the State Attorneyof GUll PRICE wASJH
Add to gasoline and feel the J All first quality, all finish, Tough,
By: Dorothy Moore the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Aa difference, Helps tune your wi Now Super' w.... has a sanforised -- with 5 8'. 01 weight. Pop
Deputy Clerk IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Florida, and the several property cA and restore pep and .-. ,threk, .,'hit",,, ..t"", .. 120 v pockets, bar tacked I ulaeolaNlecton:
7/244t 814NOTICE FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL and citizensof I In....L.mlt I-noranchocks., rM p ft.c 162 an.-ply towels, construction, Sues 29 42.
taxpayers j .
11 .10 oach. C.i.r.. A, sues 29-38
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD the State of Florida including bi.p.Ire4 !
OF INTENTIONTO FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. nonresidents owning property or Atc !Jr

REGISTER subject to taxation therein and t ** -
FICTITIOUS NAME CASE N0 75-204-CP all others having or claiming any

right, title or Interest in propertyto -
Pursuant to Section 865.09 In Re: Guardianship of DAVID be affected in any way

Florida Statutes, notice is here- KENNETH RAY.NOTICE thereby, be and they are each i
by given that the undersigned hereby required to appear and ww-- .. 1 E !
George Truell, P.O. Box 812, OF ACTION show cause, if any there be, 1 s uo. 1RLYt ae i hJ
Starke, Florida, and Billy, before this Court on the 18th day. ;
Burgen, Rt. 1, Box 171, Starke ToEUGENE: RAY of August, 1975, at 11:00:

Fla., doing business under the Address Unknown o'clock A.M. in the Chambers of . ...
firm name of "T & B BARGAIN the undersigned Judge at the "
HOUSE," 132 W. Call Street, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Bradford County Courthouse in e s- '

Starke, Bradford County, a Petition for Appointmentof the City of Starke, Florida, why rAvwas IAYI .AI IAVI I or/ r (
Florida 32091, intends to register Guardian of the person and the prayers of said complaint 9' wLel U% .w 111% j1 Ji.MI..... 11% ''k IIw v / \.1

said fictitious name under the property of David Kenneth Ray, should not be granted and why OT. MAGICOLOR ENAMEL EASY MIGHT CLEANSER 1 QUART IVORY LIQUID ANCHOR MOCKING GLASSES c6 eu'c I
provisions of aforesaid statute. a minor, has been filed by Lollie the proceedings for said Reve- Prevents rust and protects With, chlorine, bleach Contains With free toy boat. Giant 32 Rich i hued heavy weight, Coco'
George Trull and Billy, Burgen K. King, and you are required to nue Bonds, Series 1975, and m.tal.woodhard.aou. '. nophaepharus.14ox. ounce sixe. Dispenser tip. sham bat._. 12io' .".... {a \; ( t
sole owners. serve a copy of your written said Revenue Bonds, Series ,.: IrAS
Dated this 24th day of July, A. defenses or response, if any to 1975 when issued pursuant o l
D. 1975 at Starke. Florida it on Jack A. Langdon attorneyfor thereto should not be validatedand IAVI was lAve.'
7/244tp 814NOTICE petitioner whose address is confirmed as therein rjyTr .aM' 11% 1AE I iii i6Ii'' 1'%
One Southeast First Avenue
Post Office Drawer "C", Dress and sport shirts In Bar locked with 4 pockets. 10G"i colton. Taped nerk.SPopular
OF INTENTIONTO Gainesville, Florida 32602, on or AND IT IS FURTHER OR- prints, and solids. S to XL., Popular flare 'legs. 8-16. solids, M, L, XL..
REGISTER before 29 August 1975, and file DERED AND ADJUDGED that
FICTITIOUS NAME the original with the Clerk of this this Order to Show Cause be 111,

Court either before service on published in the manner requiredby r.iw. .
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Plaintiff's attorney or imme'' Section 75.06, Florida Statutes 11Vr I w {y.
Florida Statutes, notice is diately thereafter; otherwise in the Bradford County WAS rM h d A 4

hereby given that the undersigned said Petition may be granted. Telegraph a newspaper of gen- *
AND ELOISE STARLING doing SEAL of this Court on 22nd day Bradford County, Florida. 9'72.30".E.xah.ydury. .Qual Water ,,,,,,,1111I'. Adiustobte, 1//"A31'druv.Ckane* + r i
., shoulder harness. 14"I2.5". '
business under the firm name of of July, 1975. Complete vinyl tote bog nylomrnatdcannructran. > plotd drip forg.d.t..l S

104 W. Call Street, Starke, GILBERT S. BROWNAs DERED AND ADJUDGED that a.b, >
Bradford County, Florida, Clerk of the Court by such publication of this Orderall -
32091 intends By: Ula R. Yawn :
to register said
owners taxpayers,
fictitious name under the provi- As Deputy Clerk and citizens of Bradford Countyand mF \
sions of the aforesaid Statute. 7/31 4t 821NOTICE the State of Florida, Includ- I :::;

Dated this 21st day of July, ing nonresidents owning \
A.D. 1975 at Stoke Bradford OF INTENTIONTO property or subject to taxation 'iorrM
mr' p, rN IAVI rAf IAV!
County Florida REGISTER therein, and all others having or .wr..... 111%
FICTITIOUS NAME; claiming any right, title or inter- '
JAMES E. STARLING est in property to be affected by .AI u ....a1 rAl IAVI Silky, nylon-acetate. Solid 1001 cotton twill with 4 Three popular styles to fit
ELOISE STARLING Pursuant to Section 86609! the issuance of said Revenue &Iiii' eM/ Tola'%" LET it and printi. I IIiHIlIali. pock.,. Top colon 6-16. and flatter. 32-40, A-C-
7/244tchg 8/14 Florida Statutes, notice is here- Bonds Series 1975, or to be I ....
by given that the undersignedDale affected in any way thereby, be one full year. Du Pant fast flush cl....... Damaakflaoaldn'gn.Su' Heavy duty plaslia. Lackon -* n
Starke, Florida, 32081, doing defendant to this proceeding, _
tr business under the firm name of and that this Court shall have YIr1 1M. Y 1.

"MISTER B'S SANDWICHINN" jurisdiction of them to the same 101 VITAL
1401 N. Temple Avenue extent as if named as defendants A.T..IISPIIlANTIIPIIAY./L SECRET MSNFfCTANTSPMVU02.IRTSROL' It UOMOKAiNMOi : y \
Starke, Bradford County, in said complaint and personally eyuaiSeg / )
Florida, 3209T, Intends to register served with process in this IAYI InJIIIIIW AV41* OLTSA UINMAiCARA .A. Says 11%
said fictitious name under the cause. was save

provision of aforesaid statute. WAl.uLi

Dale E. Brown/ sole owner. DONE AND ORDERED in Alir/T FULL CONCENTRATE C
I wa_A% _
Dated this 2Sth day. of July A. Chambers at Starke Bradford 5 ULTRAMITETOOTHPASTE1OZ. ss SHAMPOO-IOX.TUM

D. 1975. County Florida, this 23rd day of rAl /AVe MIwsNO/IACRCARIAU ..'. BASKETBALL SHOESCamforlcvshlonardl. COIIVDIDICKINWRi I
7/314tchg 8/21 1975. .A /Aril Jtf ll% "Cu.Iilandwtha.p.alu. : Sure- Full- ..........insole. es.
July, f.wu.colasSr.n7.11 grip rubber. ....1... 7-U, was pp... Sins '.12.\

;\ ") ait71 you taste hit. barb - /s/ John J. Crews
Panel recommends abolishing -
qua\ chicken before yo* hot U.s.1.A. 7/24 3t 8/7 EAGLE THE CONVENIENT 1 g.1111'1''
Ie,. '
'' Of>on daily. 9 to fl SundllY *.' 6
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CLASSIFIED\ AD KATKS: FOR SALE: 1968 Nova 411 gears COWARD'S REFRIGERATION: FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose handgun I
MULTIPLES $38,000 3 BR, 2 Bath, CH&A,
positive traction, or $55.22 hand $24.95, UNITED FARM AGENCY
no engine Air conditioning and appliance guns $ SAVES"FRED One Acre Lot. 1,656 ft. living
transmission $100, 4 Chevy 25 automatic from REGISTERED REAL
\\I'KdJllle for insertion service. Ph. 964-8025. 7/24 guns area. 1 Yi miles out of City Limitsof
Tuesday Noon preceding mags. $60, 307 engine & 327 4tp 814SUZUKI $49.95. Dahmers Discount I LISTINGS I Starke. ESTATE BROKER

Thursday before publication. engine $50 each, Both blocks - - -. tfchg DAVIS 206 South Water StmetPAULBIRENEFAULKNER
need 964- Handyman Special $3,500 For Sale: 2 Story house close to
rebuilding. Danny, ------ GMC TRUCKS
Minimum Charge$2.00) 8750. Up 7/31 FOR SALE : Case pocket knives BUICK PONTIAC"A I town. Upstairs furnished apt. 964 5065
2 BR, 4 acres $6,500 downstairs 3 BR.
(Covers 15 Words) t. Motorcycles ) now at Oahmers Discount. LITTLE RIDE CAN Beautiful, high and dry 20 acre
Each word over 15 tfchg. SAVE YOU A LOT" TF I Handyman Special $7,000 I I'I 30 acres with good timber, tract with approx. 12 acres in
10 cents paved road front. 4 miles N. of
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GREEN COVE SPRINGS;; pecan trees. Ideal location to
I t. WANTED FOR SALE: Registered Quarter Starke, terms.Commercial build.
Starke-4 BR, 2 lots $10,500
All Classified Ads must he OF STARKE: Your horse mare. Excellent price to I I

paid for In advance unless you authorized Suzuki Dealer. right home. Call Sue at 282- 10 ACRES Starke-2 BR frame $8,890 building, block con- 3 Bedroom 1 Vi bath, completely!
ft. 1 acre
have -an established account Phone 964-6020. 304 East Call 1506. tfchg. struction, 2,400 sq. furnished home with central

with the Telegraph, In that WANTED: Used sofas, bedroomsets Street. rfchg. - - 10 Minutes From I Starke-2 BR frame $12,500 I II land, 3 miles from StarJ event 51) cents extra charge washers, stoves and .
swimming pool.Long
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Not refrigerators. Dahmers Discount 19 acres, Lawtey, good timber-
billing. -
responsible! forl'rl'OrN
FOR SALE: 1974 Suzuki GT 550, Heights Lakefront 2 BR $22,000
when 7/24 8tchg 9/22
given over the low mileage Ph. Day 964- I
when 750 Per Acre
plume or is 1
copy not .
7061 9647578.
Night Itp Theresa BR, 2 lots Some
typed and brought to the office WANTED: Ford body with title, 7/31 ... ....... 176 acres, Brooker area. Champ

to fit 6 cylinder. 1967 to 1972 $159 Per Moe I Starke-3 BR brick $ $22,000'I IIlaNteY3 planted pines. 1

range Ph. 964.6827, 1tp731PERSONAL FOR SALE: 1973 Honda trail 90, FOR SALE BY OWNER: Con- 1 to 10 acres open land. 4 Miles Home and
... excellent condition $200. Call crete block home, 2 bedroom, No Low Land BR brick $34,000 I from Starke. Home sites only. : Building Materials'
496.3209 evenings. Up 7/31 2 baths, living room w/fire- WEST' l'EN'l'ItALREAL'::; I

MISCELLANEOUS place. formal dining room, : IN('. BR brick $35,500 1 to 2 acres mobile home sites, -WE BUILD

... ....... I SERVICE w/wet eat in bar kitchen, central, family heat ft room air, l-37H-2iim.Registered, : Broker time I Keystone-3 BR brick $46,000 I II N.W. of Starke Terms YOUR PLANS OR OURS

t FOR SALE J 2 car carport, utility room, Evenings: ('ull: GEORGE ROBERTS JR. YOUR LOT OR OURS
fenced yard, plus 3rm. ESTATE BROKERtf
apt. Art I'nlray' Hampton-1 acres $9,200 REQ. REAL
PIANO TUNING REPAIR: Will SEWING MACHINES repaired, with heat & air. Shown by 17t-2: D:19m : I I 964.7826 FREE ESTIMATES

buy old pianos. William till nuikes cleaned, oiled and appointment only. Phone 473- Hampton-1 acre $4,000 REMODELING REPAIRS
George, 1228 Blanding St. adjusted $7. Work FOR SALE: Beagles, AKC, field 4731 or 4733444. No Collect
Starke. Ph. 964 5287. 1tp anteed. James Strickland guar 964- champion Sire, 4 females, 3 Calls. tfchg. 1 I Hampton-1.1 acres $4,000 I II" ADDITIONS
8733. tfchg. males. Excellent hunting AluminumSiding HOMES BOUGHT SOLD

WATSON'S stock. Beautiful puppies. 376- FOR SALE: New 3 BR brick Hampton-1.3 acres $3,950 TRADED
HOUSE OF VACUUMS 4827 or 964-8125, ext. 333. 1tp home with garage on 1 acre l'an C..arson.EAL I
MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also 7/31 fenced in, 1 Yi ceramic bath, Graham.30 acre farm $75,000

,(Winy brands of new vacuums. mobile home hurricane an- large kitchen, dinette, living ESTATE Rluminum 964-6853

Used machines available. choring and mobile home roof FOR SALE: QUAIL, all sizes, room, utility shed & many CSIICVf ,""T.v LA"rty(',, I Lawtey-2.75 acres $9,500 I HWY 301 S STARKE TFDim's
& old. Incubator &
Expert Repairs all makes. coating. Olin's MOBILE young extras. 3 miles east of Lake Soffet Q;
Parts and Accessories for all Home Service. 964-5606, Rt. pens. W.R. Johnson, Griffis Butler. $26,000 or completely 12 acres, fenced, well Er septic acres $9,500
vacuums. Built in central 100W. Starke, Fla. tfchg. ,Loop, 9645754. ftp 7/31 furnished $27,000. Call 496- tank off SR-225 E. of Lawtey ll.aNteY.4.4 I BRASINGrON
3209 evenings. Up 7/31 15000.. $8,200 Remodeling
vacuum cleaning systems. 712 - - Cadillac.Dldsmobile
N. Main Gainesville 3767110. FOR SALE: Good used color - Sales 8 Service
10 x 20 PATIO COVERS: FOR SALE1 brdioom brick 10 acres appx. 400 ft. on SR acres $10,000 I II
and I IlaNteY.8
IF Homes and mobile homes. black &white TV, stoves, I HineS.'h' fromOJ't'xrd
home, 323 N. Walnut Street.Ph. 230E &Wilson Rd. Restricted to Cement Work
refrigerators, furniture & ('II"H 'f"1I/ Oil
$180 installed, $140 unm- air
533.2633. 7/312tchg 8/7 homes. Ideal for Developer. Theresa-10 acres $12,500
stalled. GATOR MOBILE conditions. BARGAIN CEN- (,'adi!tan/ 'I'radrx
TOPSOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a 22000.. I
week dozer work and HOME SERVICE CO. Ph. 372- TER, U.S. 301 South tfchg.T I Lawtey-10 acres $11,000 2001 N.W,13 3651O1GAINESVILLE

dragline work. Call 468.1873. 9767, Gainesville tfchg. -------- 60 acre farm 3 BR home fishpond FinancingAvailable

Star Rt. Hampton, STEPHEN planted pasture. Will Peetsville-11 acres $10,000 I II If
FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts t FOR RENT J I
REPAIR. Master electrician, US-301 north, 21 acres $35,000
plumber and carpenter. Rea- W. Starke, 964-5606 tfchg. 't acres $4,000 cash. 1.2 acres I I 9E4EEISSnl Well DriJIinq\\
sonable rates 964-8087. 7/10 MH allowed $2,500. Halbron acres $57,000
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t HELP WANTEDCETA 4tchg 7/31. FOR RENT: Extra clean 3
J -- -------- .FOR'S ALE.:Diamond needles for > bedroom trailer, $150 month. Furnished 2 BR home new roof I We have over 300 other Iistings.1 2" thru 6"
CHECK THE RED CARPET uny stereo, over 247 differentones Utilities furnished 4681985. "new paint chain link fence Call us, or come on in. Fast fot.tly
SECTION this paper for we huve them all. .Dnh- 7/31 2tp 8/7 ,aluminum awnings & carport -
HOLIDAY INN GULF Special. mer's Discount. tfchg. I Davidson
: The Division of Forestry Reduced to $8,600 I FRED SACKETT-REALTOR
7/10 9tp 9/4 - - -- FOR RENT: Furnished Duplex,
wll employ a Clerk Typist II in 205 N.Temple (US-3011 Mobile Home ParkIn State Licensed
-- ---- --- FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3.93. utilities furnished. 603 E. 2 story 5 BR 2 Bath frame
Bradford County One year ...... 904/964-6522,468-1642
SEWING MACHINES repaired, 9x12 Unoleum $8.98. Also Washington Ave. 1tp 7/31 home on 1 acre Lawtey City Limits
clerical and/or typing ex- all makes cleaned, oiled and in stock. $20,000. I :
12x12 and 12x15. --- PurtPB: : ,
perience, high school diplomaand
be Bradford adjusted $7. Work guaran- Hundreds to choose from at FOR RENT: 12', 2 bedroom O $30 Per'-.Mo.-. ,
must .. ,
County ., teed. James Strickland, 9648733. pa"ers, Q)noun\.,ttchg. ?.. trailer, completely, furnished. Noed,,listings .on. homes and .ntrwillc
State New &
$. ..resident. Call Employ-* tfchg:"- .,. For small To New;; Used
: information acreage.
,nlltlService.. 964 8092 -- ------- come to Walk
: Underwood Motel, Hwy. 301 LAWTEr Fla.I .
Itchg. 731WANTED BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete FOR SALE: po if yourself 12 by N. of Starke. ftp 7/31 (I i 78238O6A. Shopping Center Sales-Parts-Servic 4EZ

, sharpening service, circular, 1 12 inch tile, with stick on back -- - - City Gas. Water a Sewer Term
.. : Older woman in hand, carbide, chain. Mower now at D'ahmer's: Discount. FOR RENT: 3 bedroom- fur- aura wo" II H'A.-
Kingsley Lake area to baby sit. blades hollow (ground( and 2/27 26tchg 8/25 nished mobile home. Quiet $ lat On 301 South
For more information call 533 balanced. Call 964( 7509 or 1 I Plumbing
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neighborhood, shade trees.
2096. 7/31 leave at Jackson Building Jolu Motel
1tp FOR SALE: Beef for your Ph. 7823279. Itp 7/31 J.Thomas;Realtor. REALTY
Supply or Keystone
freezer, 60 cents per lb. Call 621 N. Walnut St. 964-8810 New
AVON CALLING!! To buy or sell Heights tlchg. Clifford Martin. 9647145. FOR RENT: 3 bedroom, 2 bath Tel.964.6162 II Installation
Avon call 755-0731 or write 7/24 2tp 7/31 lake house. Good fishing & V Y
Lama Clyatt, P.O. Box 220, LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast .. - _. swimming. Weekly rates. 964- 7 Room House, hardwood Remodeling
Lake City 'Fla. 32055tfchg.AUTOMOBILES with X-11 Diet Plan 3. FOR SALE: $6.98 LP records 6479. 1tp 7/31 floors, some items of furniture. JIMMY MOORE'S Repairs
:.. : REDUCE excess fluids with X- $4.98, $5.98, LP for $3.98 at -- - -. .. Corner lot, paved streets, lots of PREFERRED PROPERTIES
Pel $3. KOCH DRUG STORE. Dahmer's Discount. 2/27 storage, carport, paved drive Exclusively Ours: Sun SportsMORE
7/3 15tchg 10/9 26tchg 825AMERICAN FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile way. Immediate occupancy, BOAT FOR I CUr.anc ,

- -------- -- ---.----4.. homes outside city limits. J.B. Price $17,500.00. Delightful, immaculate 3 BR, 2B YOUR MONEY TF
USED ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: FAMILY SOUND: White. Ph. 9646114. tfchg. home in Saratoga Heights .
Has your drinking caused you Sales, service, installation, --- -------- 3 bed room, 2 bath mobile home tastefully decorated Central STARKE PH 964-5791 Pump & Supply

to be sick and tired of being stereos, phono, reel-reel, FOR RENT: Summer rental with 1/2 acre of land, almost Heat & air- well landscaped lot. OUTBOARD ft
lots of
2 door, 3 sick and tired? Ph. 964-7959, tapes, cassettes, radios. Work cottages on Kingsley Lake, air furnished, nice garden, SERVICE Company
FOR SALE: 1972 Vega, 964-7619 4732108. 7/3 extras, just a real buy at Remote yet close in 40 of the STERN DRIVE
or 118 Court, 964-
$825. Call guaranteed. conditioned. Ph. 533.2366
Runs good. with im .
speed. $13,350.00. AND REPAIR
acres you'll ever see
13tp 7329. after 6 tfchg. 864 N. Ave
964 5010. Itchg. 7/31 tfchg. p.m. mediate possession. beautiful hay, some timber COMPLETE FIBERGLASS Temple
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fenced & cross fenced home REPAIR Starke
FOR SALE 1962 Cadillac, 2 EXPERIENCED, HOWS OF HOBBYS: Full line of FOR RENT: Olin's Subdivision 1 acre land, 5 room frame house, with CH&A large living room, CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS
door, good: condition $200. licensed, bonded, reasonablerates arts and crafts. Also guar 1/2 acre lots, $25.00 per out of city, near paved road. country kitchen complete witha FISHING BOATS 964.7061 II
9646915. 1tp 7/31 save money. 9646061.( anteed stereo repair 118 month. Water & Sewage Price $13,700.00.Acreage good variety of friendly, farm
tfchg. Court. Ph. 9647329. tfchg. furnished. For information call animals barn 2 car garage.

- -------- ---------- Mark Olin, Olin's Mobile large and small tracts. I __ .. I
Homes Sales, Hwy. 100 W. Kingsley Lake Rambling home
- Subdivision
- - Starke. 964-5606. tfchg. Offices and/or business or with large living & dining room,

I ----------- storage for rent, Call Street. sunny Florida room 4 BR, 2 B.

r1 1 W(3( (IJjJJ(3( (! ( 1 1I FOR wood Weekly RENT,Motel: furnished.Housekeeping, highway Under-apt.301 .Charming excellent,location 2 story colonial. large, beau.home

North of Starke. 7/24 3tp 8/7 BYRON E. DUCE, tiful grounds.
: I I II --------- -- Reg. RII-' Estate Broker I I Ir

FOR RENT: Bradford Village 393 N. 'rempleAve. Large, well built home on over = !!Irt tson.
t* r1
Apartments. Modern, fur 964.7700 an acre of land. 3 BR, 2B. I
I nished, A/C, 1 bedroom, walkin Acreage for sale 5 CHErA. Owner will finance.
; 1 'j : : acres Per Mo. Water &
t. Rent $2500
"J"" closet, enclosed patio, off .30 acres, Va Acre Lots For
,: ,.,, .. if .. t street parking. 315 West 460 acres. Brick 3 BR. 1 B, LR, kitchen with Sewage Furnished
':1 I I'I Washington. 9648601. tfchg. House & 10 acres dining area and over 1 acre of Call Mark Olin 964-5606 Hwy 100 W.t,

(IIII'H] ( ] ( ] ( ] \ /. ------------ land. .... .-
'I \ fi---_ I House on a good fishing lake.
IJLI : IQO I Ocala block 1800 sq. ft. home
I .. ,.. PAINTING: Part time, small to One of the best farms in thi e \with 3 BR. 2 B, kitchen, family COUNTRYI
medium size jobs. Free estim- county with 3300 sq. ft. brie'k room, LR, DR, huge game room I
1 1I II ates, $4 per hr. plus materials. home. Ask for details! (near completion), large utility IBI I

1 (! ( II Alan Contract Baxter, references.9645236. 7/31 Call 'LISTINGS RENTALS, FINANCING NEEDEDCall bldg. nicely landscaped lot. I GARAGE j jAt

I 3tchg 8/14 Anytime UtIle Lake Santa Fe beautiful, I
f. remote, undeveloped lot. Ownerwill
'. 1'.AA'1''.- ,, 'r'tJ.j' ;J 964-5476 |
_>} I II II We Have Used
1 Across The Street To Road 230 3.34 acres with 489' '

WASHERS $QE & road frontage. Room"for 6 I 964.8100 N. Temple Ave.General .
I II houses $8,000.

I 110W. Call I 70 of white sand beach & crystal Repairs
are fast
Sawy.r- selling at Lake clear water at Silver Lake
Hampton Oaks. Our mode Estates, Interlachen furnished,
homes are under construction, .
attractive cottage $22,550.
nppliancva Hurry out, look us over and buy ..h
.1 I 1 1I. 332 W. Madison your Bit-Of-The-Country today Building lot on Bessent Road in Air Conditioning

COME SEE OUR one of our best neighborhoods
964:770110X20 Lots starting at $3,500, a flake \ \with beautiful trees.
I I. 1 1I I lots still available. Lawn Mowers

Good lot near town which could

I NEW STORE 'J I L.i Kj" fdWxb Broker///&Asso. be railer.used 3200.for a home,or possibly Mufflers

473-4883 ar4752636rorc.ntty
: PATIO COVERSFor "Cecelia T.- Terwillegar Brakes

::1 I I Reg. Real Estate Broker
Homes ----- 206W. Madison Ave.

Mobil Sl$0Installed Homes .- A* complete' d :....:.Ii' Tune UpsRepairs

5140 Uninstalled Bureau of Labor Statistic home offlce964776t 964-5145 .
ITII. Office Shop I fudyfMlmat that apprtximatrtyr -
GATOR ALUMINUM ; 7 5.000 syittm I*
Mobil Horn Service Co. analyst/ programmers,' com t*
Phone 3729767UAtNESVILLE PVteroperating 'personneland I. Wash & Wax Most Cars

allSSfa ; daa;processing' ntachinrepairer i I.i* FOR SALE .'Notebooks
. 110 W.., ,, ke I : : $15.00July I'j
''JchR' were employed/ i In Memo pads envelop*
L'' '1970 i a growth of teveral/ hun- markers adding machine and
J drrd'pertent cine 1980.' cash r.". paper

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III l TELEGRAPH: July3t,1s75Bradford.

I Buys Equipment LAWTEY. by Elizabeth Terry

STAKKE Bids totaling from White Motor Corp. of ramps at five dumping sites to Once emptied, that box will be met specifications Bryan and the county to do its own workon
$79.371 were awarded Monday Jacksonville, the compactorsand be located at Starke, Lawtey, taken to the next site for Paulk said.Delivery. the other four. CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mosley and DeWayne wereSunday'
night on equipment to put hoist from National Com- Hampton, Brooker, and one at another exchange, date for the truck dinner guests of their
Bradford County into the pactor of Jacksonville. a yet undetermined site in the The boxes will be was given as 120 days. In other action Monday CIIURCII OF GOD: Sunday parents,',Mr. and Mrs Lonnie
garbage pickup business by Selections were made on the western part of the county. emptied at Another 28-30 days will be night, the commission School 10 a.m., Worship Teslon.
next January, if all goes as recommendation of a com- least once per week, board taken to mount the hoist onto authorized expenditure of an Services 11 a.m and 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith
planned.Agreements. thittee including; Commissioners The county is buying six said Monday night the truck chassis. The hoist additional $1,180 for renova- YPE Wednesday 7:30: p.m. and family were guests of
to .purchase a Ralph Bryan and boxes and five compactors. is their present thinking. was purchased from General ,tions being made at the county FAITII BAPTIST CIIURCII their son-in-law and daughter,

White truck and hoist at Dave Paulk. The truck will be used to haul Both companies winning Truck Co. of Jacksonville for jail by Watson Construction : Radio Program over Mr. and Mrs. David Albert, of

$37.511(;(! and six 40-cubic yard The equipment is being purchased full containers to a central bids Monday were low bidders $9,991, included in the $37,566. Co. of Macclenny. The change WPXE Starke 8 a.m. Sunday Jacksonville on Thursday.Their .
garbage boxes with compactors with a $200,000 Far- land fill at Keystone Heights. while still meeting specificai. The county plans to contractfor order includes patching and Bible School 10 a.m. Worship. daughter, Miss Martha,
at $41,805 were awarded mer's Home Administration The truck will haul an empty lions of the county The White one dumping site, see whatit repair of leaks around a lava- Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. remained with the Alberts and

by the County Commission loan. Remainder of the loan box to a site, deposit it, and truck cost $3,000 more, for takes to build that, then tory, changing zone valving, Prayer Meeting Wednesday they brought her home on
The truck was purchased will go to build concrete haul a full one to the land fill. instance, than another, ( but determine if it is possible for and repairs to a door post 7:30 p.m. Bible Study Sunday afternoon.

Mrs. Elsie Norman and her
9:45: a.m. Worship: Services 11 mother, Mrs. Lissie Starlingof

I New Accounting Machine Bugging Hospital Again am.Methodist and 7:30 Fellowship: p.m. United 6:30: Greyhound Jacksonville Great, went Smokies on a

pm. Choir Practice 7:30: p.m.. Bus Tour on Sunday to Macon,
STAKKE( After long and malfunction that was bending meeting Burroughs different portions of the machine, and that Dorothy cepled the request. He said Wednesday. Ga., where they enjoyed a

healed debate, the Bradford and tearing the cards. representative A.C. Fair- computer. lie suggested there Alvarez was the supervisor.The the maintenance agreement, Vacation Bible School will "Get Acquainted Banquet"Supper.
County Hospital trustees and Edmondson said the brother suggested some be one supervisor who is which was to be effective June be held Monday through From there the tour
representatives of the maintenance and program-- problems with the machine lie trained in all the machine's trustees also agreed to 28 this year, provided for one Friday hours a.m. to 11 a.m. went to Gatlinburg, Tenn.,
Burroughs Corporation ming are other problems that in the fact that several per- functions. consider the maintenance had year of service during regular August 4 through August 8. where they spent two nights

agreed to have represen- need to be discussed with the sons operate it. He said over Edmondson said in later charge Burroughs Edmondson said office hours, and would cost Parents night Friday at 7:30: and one day. Wednesday
a requested. they went to the
tatives meet weekly throughthe representatives.At 11092. Everyone Welcome. morning
month of August in orderto company the past year seven persons interview he thought four the hospital has been billed, p.m.HIGHLAND BAPTIST Great Smokies on Clingman

iron out difficulties and to the Thursday night have been trained to work people were trained to operate but the board had not ac- The new computer has beena CIIURCII: Sunday School 9:45: Dome and down to Cherokeeand

make improvements to the source of trouble for hospital am. Worship Services 11 a.m. Maggie Valley. They
current computerized finances virtually since installed and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7 toured back to Macon and
Ixiokkccpmg system.Discussion Teacher Talks Look Hopeful Jack Jones last year when it p.m. Wednesday enjoyed the "FarewellBanquet"
; replaced a worn out machine. NORTIISIDE BAPTIST supper and
Early this the returned home on Friday.
year hospitalhad CIIURCII: Sunday School 10
centered STARKE Though another presented to them on Monday.The what the sessions have ac Named To trouble billing customersand a,m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Misses Intd Crawford and

around the malfunctioning ofa week has gone by and negotia- administration will complished.. They say they its accounts receivablerose and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Mary Ann Lyons and Zath

Burroughs minicomputer tions are slow at the moment, reply at 1 p.m. to some 15 "don't want to say anything' to the half million mark. Wednesday at 730; p.m.PERSONALS Andrews carried them t 10
counting machine Trustees things might be different articles that have not been because it might prejudice the UCHS PostJack The new more computerized Holiday Inn. Lake City for the
Said) the $:!O.OIIO( computer today in the Bradford teacher- spoken to in the bargaining procedure. bookkeeping Tour on Sunday and !Miss'Dorothy
approximate system was
several administration Jones Dean of Swan born met the
developed operating bargaining
100 hours of talks so far. brought around however and
talks when Loper said the administrators Students at UCHS was named Tour on Friday.
problems recently Hospital the ad- and
Mrs. C.R. Crews Mrs.
Administrator Richard Ed- ministrators' team will George Loper, spokesmanfor wanted to speak to eightof Acting Principal last week to the machine helped speed bills and Mr and Mrs. Stanley
the teachers, said his the remaining 15 articles, fill the vacated James out and hospital finances Hazel Bradley son Corky, Fedak. of Carteret. N S
described the post by ;,
mumlson present counter arguments to the visited their in-laws, Mr. and,
team Bradford Education the improved. A hospital em- anUstayed
roller dropping The BEA T 'lk. moved Starke last week
those >
problems as a proposals the teachers
Association (SEA), is ready would not allow that, and all Union County School ployee was transferred to a Mrs. Paul Griffis of Keystone with their brotherinlaw -
to wind up the talks. will be contested. Superintendent James Cason private office 'with her sole Heights on Tuesday af- and sister Mr. and Mrs.
r- I "We are willing to negotiate duty to speed collection of ternooon.
"f( Na Pressure Selling After tomorrow, the bar- appointed Jones on an interim up Miss Elizabeth Terry Gene Pearson, for a few d>i>'\?
non-stop, day night, untilwe customer accounts.
basis. Cason said he to while settled t-
toZ hopes they were getting
must notify the slate Mrs. C.E.
finish, he said. gainers Money began coming in justas visited her sister ,
decision .
make final the I
"We could it this as to whether they will call in a on it looked if the Strickland, of Gainesville
wrap up as hospital ,
.Y 1] (] 0V(Oil-( ( weekend. It can be done if the a mediator mediator is,called Loper in said.as a fact The school new principal year. before the new would be unable to meet the Wednesday to Friday. W.S. Crews of Jacksonville i'

c 1 administrator board is willingto Those filing applications are next payroll. Since then visited his motherMrs! ,
finder who suggests moves for Mr. and Mrs. John
take the Tye
MIL. right approach to finances have been improving -
Woodward C.C. Vans Pierce Crews Wednesday.
,each side to consider in their George visited Mrs. Robert Lee on
get things done quickly, Evers and William W. Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Hobi-il-:
liJIDV(] 0liJf10 1 Loper predicted. Baptist Hospital Jacksonville,
: Woodward lives in Lake son. Mrs. Edith SwinneV.\! Mr
Spokesmen on both sides The middle-man must be Butler, but currectly works in on Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. S.L. Swindell l and
are noncommittal in saying called in from the state to Tallahassee for the Florida Apartments. Mrs. Ola Starling, Mr and Shane and Mrs C.A. North
a Mrs. Charles Starling, Wayneand
facilitate negotiations when
Department of Education. and childienent, to thl'parent's
C '75 Chrysler Cordoba '75 Ford Ih Ton C after 60 days from negotiation Melissa visited their son-
Vans Evers, the band (From Page I)) night dinner and
Oubonnvt wIh Landau Top 4.600 Mil...Auto Tr.n.. PS P.. III Food beginning, no final agreementhas director to UCHS last in-law and daughter Mr. and Powell
the Baden
Stamps came at
ID Eloctrlc Window. Cruh1ConR6H. "'.m. Rid. LW. Small been reached. property. But beyond that, Mrs. Andy Harvey of Perry on program
from Greenville
trol Spurned Cast Alum. Wh.... 301 Eng. Air Condo Paclory :. year. Boyd, and attended Boy Scout Camp near Melrose
!!. The side that calls in the Bryan said, there is urgent Sunday evening
P10 Normal Pwr L "oc. AC Warranty Fla was headmaster at July 16 in which Mark
!; $5399 $4499 SI : ExtendedATLANTA mediator pays his expenses.His Memorial Day School in need in Bradford County for services with them. Swindell participated

salary is paid by the fed- Savannah, Ga. from 197475. rental! property.
a The deadlinefor eral government. Nate Kazin "Mobile homes are the only Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton of and Mr. dnd
-I I aI using the old series of food from the Jacksonville branchof things young people here haveto Jacksonville spent Mondaywith Wayne Harper
Cutlass Earl all "ul'
74 Vega GT 74 Supreme :IEm.r.d stamps 50 cents, $2 and $5 the Federal Mediation and turn to today. There is a their mother, Mrs. Mary Mrs. Walker
Gr..n E.t Waton '. wltll Ilk. vln,1 iiiIU has been extended from June Campers. Dinkins. Starke, visited their grandparents -
Conciliation lack of decent rental
Spd F.c. AC RAH. Lug.g. Full Pwr. Fat. AC I..nch group Mr. and Mrs. IRaca. Rolly. Wheel.. Seat) R.n,. Whit.a 30 to Aug. 31, according to called to the talks 'if property." The number one .
$2775 $3975 John W. Boozer, southeast necessary, Loper said. (From Page 1) need in Bradford County is Mr and Mrs. Wayne Prevatt on Sunday afternoon
itc regional director of the food advances made by the Gustafson of Green Cove
Q Loper and Eddie Douglas, rental property, Bryan said.
Mrs. W.F, Atwood and heraunt
children during the with
stamp program. administration spokesman, camping "This is not a poverty program Springs spent Wednesday
'74 Ventura The extension period and a in which their Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Pierce Crews!
74 Chev. EI Camino 0rd,1 was granted said neither side had con- way Bryan said, adding parents sisterinla'w.lrs.Mable .
visited her
Boozer explained, to allow parents may follow up these Bill Dobbs and family and )
TurquOI. with Ivory Int. Hatchback sidered bringing in the that everyone says there is a
Y (Whte Topper ...c. AC. AT. R.lly. Whl. Sunburst Y.llow :I recipients who had been mediator."As changes in their home life. place for such a developmentin their grandparents, Mr and Sapp. at the homo of,
PS PB A.lly. Whl., issued after the cut- Groups will continue Mrs Arlie Dobbs. her son and daughter-in-law,
II Cp..RaHATPSp.Pac.Ac. coupons long as there is move- Bradford County but not
.1. $3588 JIg ."., $3388 *' off date adequate time to use ment, then we won't have to meeting in the fall, planningand next to them. Mr.",and Mrs. Dempsey Sapp.
them. carrying out recreational againstthe Mrs. Maines Griffis and of Gainesville. We are happy;
call mediator
in a Douglassaid. Residents speaking
The new series of food coupons activities that will continue to change Mrs. children of Palatka were to I learn that Mrs. Sapp is
U Spne1 74 Plym.., Duster Buru14 Monte Carlo r $1, $5 and $10 was Some things the teams have benefit these children in their Wingate zoning, Mrs. James Waters, Sunday overnight guests of Improving after having her
BOI, 2 Or. Spt. CP... With Whit. left leg amputated.
Vinyl Top lives.According .
introduced on Mar. I, 1975 anda everyday her mother, Mrs. Nellie
RAN Au'o. Trans. Econom'eol. Landau SWlngOut BUCk.". Full '< agreed on are the recognition Billy Dodd, Arthur Loudon
5..Cyl. Buy. Roducod Pw. "ee. AC. Only 0100 Mil... deadline of June 30 was set article and negotiating and to Dr. Eli Mit- M.A. Williamson, Mrs. Edith Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisy Boch Mrs. Edith Swinney was'ii
E'$23S at the time for using the old grievance procedures. chell, a director of the day Perry, Mrs. Dorothy Reese, and Lynn.
Saturday overnight
> 0 series. In some areas, how- camp, along with Dr. Tom Mrs. Margaret Williams Mrs.
ever, it was necessary to con- The recognition article Anderson, campers are Lois Bullington, and Mrs. Lane Carter of Miami spent her son-in-law and daughter.Mr. .
p '73 Mercury Monterey tinue issuing the type stamps acknowledges the BEA as the placed in small groups according W.T. Jackson. from Saturday to Thursday and Mrs. C.A. North and

A.tro IIlu. WIh Black Vinyl 73 GMt Jimmy,. after the planned cut-off date. bargaining agent for the to age. In these individual The residents indicated they night with his mother, Mrs. family of Jacksonville..
D Top 4 Or. Full PW'. Fat. AC. Gold With SadOI.In 4 wlil. Or. *' Boozer also announced that teachers. Negotiation proce- groups, they learn to plan to appeal the Lois Carter.Mr. .
Tilt Whl. A.T. zoning
fat.AC PS P.
... Mr and Mrs. Waldo Prmgleof
Crum. Rada the deadline for grocery dures for next year have been communicate and get along board's decision to the county
= conS23r; $3977 f'IS stores to redeem the old seriesat accepted. The grievance with their peers, as well as commission. Chairman Art and Mrs. James Worthington Springs were'

the banks has been extended procedure provides for a adults (through their coun- Kiefer said, in answer to questions Hollister of Jacksonville spent Wednesday evening dim1'rguests
a from July 31 to Sept. method of settlement in case selors), discuss and find the residents have that Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. of their sisters; Mrs.
-. 30. of dispute over the contract. solutions to various problems Arlie Dobbs.. Onie Thornton, and Mrs.
that the board
r. which their individual
arise -
I iiiI only makes recommendationsto ?
I- N groups, and obtain J.C. Prevail Jr and
:I the county commission.
and Mrs. Gril'flsand
.. Mr. Virgil
m'I iiiItc group spirit cohesive within In other action, the grandson Ken Shiver of
73 Hodaka Wombat O/IRad 250 AaS Back To School their individual groups. board: zoning Gainesville were Saturday Griffis family and, and children Mrs. Maines ol

i I Each group, containing --Approved Florida Power afternoon guests of his
M around nine members, are & Light Co's request to builda parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Palatka were Sunday of their afternoon -

II o 73 Yamaha 750 Sup.r lary.ln, 999 ;: Rummage Sale given Indian names, and are substation on SR-125 north Prevatt. mother. Mrs.guests Nellie Wilkinsonand
a z < *' led by two or three adult east of Lawtey when no one
D, t-tS m. counselors, experienced in the appeared to protest. Don Ewig of Jacksonville, Mrs. Daisy Boch. und

8 73 Honda 250 "On.OIt"Road 500 I Za Children's Clothing Teen Outfits psychology field. -Delayed action on the visited Miss Arthurine Lynn.
Besides Blanchard afternoon -
enjoying regular request of the Cardin Brothers on Tuesday
a: Mr. and Mrs. J.F, Robertson t-
Oh Something For Everyone camping activities such as requested change from BR ., and Mrs. Edith Swtniio.vvisited '
C 0I A swimming, canoeing, Softball, (retail sales) to MS (manu- '.K.
73 Suzuki and Mrs. (
750 UaoMII.. 1188 1 arts and crafts and Eunice of Mr.
O III Aug. Fri. 1 P.M. 6 P.M. hiking facturing) to allow manufacture Roger Beckley and the Robertson'sgrandson
; M many other physical activities WVa., visited his parents, Cowan
w of precast concrete
Sat.: 9 A.M. 5 P.M. pro- 3rd
m Cadet class
campers are taught to ducts.-Several residents who Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice .
E 74 Honda 750 I: Kenneth Bryan Cowan .who
Wndlaminer5.0oEtc. 18500Z use their imaginations and other relatives for some ?
At St. Clair & purchased property on US-301
Brownlee ( returned home from a toul"ofEurope
Hwy 16))
through fantasy trips. north from the Cardin's said time. Roger to
; Dr. Mitchell said these all the churches and Thursday night.i i II.
7M I Id
o 74 Suzuki GT 550 977 the property was sold as resi-
U..dOn 0. Trip
Volley Starling's Store "fantasy trips" are very dential and now they can friends who have helped him Stanle.vof r '
Mr. and Mrs. G.C.
o conclusive in teaching the hardly see US-301. in his work as a Home .
GAS SAVER'-'UPIRSAVE.5! TO 100 MILES PR! GAL children creativity. Missionary in Beckley, W.Va. Crescent City, wre
II Sponsored By Starke's"SINGING -Approved a change from
r. Saturday overnight guests of
Beside "fantasy trips, the OR (open rural) to BA (automotive ,
II rt TEENS" youngsters have enjoyed real repair) for Othma J. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Voyles of their brother and sister-in- .
trips to places such as Santa Fe Lake were Sunday law, Mr. and Mrs. Barry
Norman for one acre of land
; '73 Pont. Lemans '73 Subaru Sta. Wag. N Ichetucknee Springs, on SR-225. afternoon guests of Mr. and Watts and Barry Lee. They.

On. Gold On. M.roon. Both Mdm/ht.lus., 4-Spd... RAN Air II n canoeing and tubing down the Acting as the Board of Ad- Mrs. Paul Lock and family carried their mother. Mrs.
O Hav. F.c. AC. AT PS P. Con. II MPG Bessie Watts, home on Sunday -
river, a visit to the Keystone .
RAH Your Chol., Reduc.da justment, the board:
a Waldo Farmers for tour of of Mrs. Donald Wilkison ,
$2650 $2050 Airport a some -Told C.L. Austin that an
:: iI the aircraft and trips to Gold efficienty apartment on his returned from St. Vincents
Head State Park for an Hospital, Jacksonville Mrs. Onie Thornton and
.S '73 Dart & Flea overnight ex single family on Thursday, after being there sister, Mrs. Pierce Crews
Dodge Spt. 73 Gran Torino Squire *' Market camping Santa Fe Lake would consti-
> Rod W'h, h Vinyl Top (SIN.' ) IS..'W.n with reek. Ae. PS. pedition.The tute more than one residence, for a week where she had were Friday evening dinner
II Roar 5..' Folds Down. 211 Eng. P..AT.Rrdwith wood a funding for this minor surgery. guests of their brotherinlawand
grain on .
is in -
and therefore not
".c. AC AT PS P.. .,d... Doubl. ... .. compliance sister, Mr. and Mrs.
r. .r. 24,00 ml.d "II IV? Mi. N. On US. 301 Waldo program is done mostly with his classification of
$2666 $3166' .. through contributions, either RIA (single family residence Mr.and Mrs. Tommy Talley Waldo Pringle of Worthington

:I by organizations or by individuals ). The board denied the and son of South Daytona Springs.

M '72 Duster Twister C 72 Beck Electra 225 .. Open within the com- variance r'e' Bri''ghl Orong. WIth Hood ", ._ .,u. Wltll munity. -Told Jacksonville At- their parents, Mr and Mrs. Men' necktiet contain a
Scoo"" ".CIO., ".wn Int.All 9:3O A.M. 7:3O P.M. Campers parents are also torney Jerry E. Stillson that John Tye.
..ManyrOth.r Ma Lola.. S.abA pitc of thickening cloth
Wh Option erulM. Pwr. asked to make a contribution mobile
.. of homes
placement on
WOWS WindI.n but if unable to do so, the child less than 2' acres in areas The young peoples group mtide that Aa'a bias cut (o
E 2
$2925 is not refused op that basis.In classified as open rural is not called "Fireside" of the CM right TAw make it easier
Now the office of a Madison in compliance. The board' Church of Latter Day Saints .for right-handed men to tit

r. '71 Plym. Wagon t71 Cadillac .V. Avenue adman: "If at first denied Stillson's request to met at the home of Mr. and their ties, but make: it harder

IL Top 01 La, Spt. Suit, P.... NO S.d.n Do"III.( Laadb Wltll UI. you. don't succeed -quick, fix place a mobile home on two Mrs. Paul Lock and family on .for left-hander to form a
L En0 _.Ck. ..... AC. Pull Pwr. "m.t.( Opli.n "CM U..r the blame!" pieces of land he sold that Sunday evening. good knot -National

m Low..t prlit555 I..k V.'UOi2355' ;: Charles' McHarry, were less than 2'* acres.. Mr and Mrs. Charles Geographic Society

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