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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 7, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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LAKE BUTLER With small cuts coming from the Sheriff's i il
Office and the Tax Assessor's offices, the Union County Com {

mission was able to whittle down to a $118,000 budget shortage at .....
:Residents Protest its regular meeting Tuesday morning.
Expected revenue for 1975-76 totals about $832,300. "
Current millage is 4.85 mills,with three more already promised ,
to the hospital. That brings the total millage to 7.85. The legal
limit the board can levy is 10 mills. In order to get the money .I t
Units
,;Apartment necessary to balance the budget without cutting more expenses ,
the commission would have to raise the millage about 3 mills I
more, above the 10-mill( limit.

Sheriff John Whitehead took Courthouse, the commission
To City CountySTARKE away the pay raises he had voted against a salary Increase I ,
hoped to get for his staff. He for themselves. Additionally -
did, however, grant a hike to fire commissionersalso
A group of 30 or both black and'white oc- one jailer and one cook. refused their slate-man
more west Starke and Ed-. cupants, but that the firm is dated pay raises. Other
rid u 4 '" wards Road area residents appealing to the middle Income "We can get by on that, he county officials were urged to
have been marching through resident of the countyat said reluctantly. relinquish their salary increases
board and commission ( rental rates of $105, $125, Whitehead said that was the too.
meetings this week,' armed and $145 a month for one, two, only area he could afford to After those cuts, the com ,
with a petition bearing 178 and three bedroom units give up any funds from, mission still found the budget
signatures, testifying in op- respectively) and that an on- though he did not want to do $118,000 out of balance. .
position to the building of a 40-( site manager would keep the that. He said he kept the In- R.
"becauseyou Sheriff John Whitehead
unit' apartment complex on grounds and building both vestigation money was
know what's reluctant to give raises ,
SR-100 just west of the Starke clean and appealing. never goingto up pay
city limits, Despite the opposition, the happen." He referred to the for his employes, however. i,<'
recent murder trial of f
Zoning Board voted
He said his office did not
The group has voiced opposition Richard Stone and the specialand
to recommendthat
unanimously >0-
to the rezoning of the extra work and expense operate on a 40-hour,8 a.m. to
1, from R1A ( the County Commission 5 p.m. basis, and that he had
area single family. that it involved.
the "
grant zoning change.A
several in 50-60
residential) to R3 (multiple small gathering of He also reemphasized that men putting l
said
hours week. He he
a
family residential), to food and bills are goingup
gas
This was the scene last Thursday afternoon on a rainy USwhen a car hit a puddle of water on the road and went out of granting city utility service to protestors was present on and that he cannot help thought he might lose some

:301(>! after Perry man was killed In a collision which resulted control. .the complex, and annexationof request Monday morning to the County to present Com a ward off those problems.Tax help if his office raise.was not b
Wilford Croft granted a pay
the 15-acre tract to the city mission-that the commission Assessor
Starke. said he could shave about "You're playing +* 3If
of
301 Crash Kills 1 Injures 4 Mrs. James Waters, whose delay zoning its of the decision property about for the 30 $2,000 from his $42,076 budget.He dangerously with a cut in
home is located less than a No for the said his office must send help," he warned. _
days. reason
.... mile east of the proposed site, its budget requests to Whitehead pointed out that If

STARKE A 26-year-old driven by Dale Neal Hippen of Hospital. No critical injuries Griffis of Lake Butler, were summed Commission it up in telling the request spokesman was Mrs.given Anne by Tallahassee the Department for approval of Revenue.by a increase large was part due of to his the budget rising Ifi-,
resident killed and Jacksonville. found. traveling west on SR-100. That Tuesdaynights (Maurice) Wingate."It .
Perry was were '
That office, he said, granted cost of living. He said it costsmore t'r
four others injured last Curtis, who traveling at station wagon was overtaking ; seems that a ofbpposed'iesidents
The struck was land !t.u..wap". our:dart..9f. Rhg... group him$2.000 more than what he to run his vehicles and '.ifced1htf ;\(
when Vegaf-was to the' .
attempting !
a '
at haa.beeIPformed.
-AThursdayaftcrnoon: : 60.'rtph} the time of the'accident pass : .' ,
t it 'requosted\ > fits. told the"XJonv* \ prtW11ets''lh! n''''' .,t4 iIIII':! ,It't.'J.'
slyly to as is
cur skidded out of. control directly on the passenger'sside has been chargedfor Griffis vehicle as it attempted stay I wish I knew the mission he thought he 'could .
and struck crushing in the: door. a left turn onto SR-235. The .' Voice ofprotest was first before
tfuring! a rainstorm going too fast for road deep, dark secret for this meet with Tallahassee offi- Whitehead said he would cut
un oncoming vehicle according Britt was pronounced dead at conditions. Estimated total Ford was struck in the left heard when the Zoning Board postponement request," said cials and let them know he' much he could from his ,.
to Patrol the scene of the accident and rear side, around, and deliberated a request by D.S. as as
Highway damage to the two vehicles is spun commissioner Ralph Bryan. thought he could operate on but that he couldn'tsee
Curtis taken Rescue to rest the south side & N. Developers of request
Investigator K.G Ethridge.The was by $2.500. came on
"You'll know in due
Gainesville to alter the zoningof time, the smaller cost. u here it would come from.
Unit 60 to the University of of SR-100. The station wagon "
victim, James Williams Florida Medical Center, A two-car collision on SR- came to rest on impact. the land. Fear expressed at Mr. Bryan, answered Mrs. The Tax Collector's office, "I'll cut the fat in any min-
Britt. was a passenger in a where he was listed in critical 100 nine miles west of here that time was that the Wingate. too, must submit its budget to ute," he said, "but I'm not
1973: Chevrolet Vega driven by condition for internal injuries. shortly after noon on Monday, apartments will be integratedand Commissioner George the Department of Revenuefor going to let you piecemeal me
Nathaniel Curtis of Chiefland. Aug. 4, resulted in no injuries, Williford was charged with will in time deteriorateinto Roberts said that he saw no approval. This year's bud- to death."
They were traveling south on Hippen was t taken to the reported the Florida Highway improper passing in the in- a slum tenement, thereby reason the board could not get called for.$38.000 of which "It's a sad situation but it
US-301 about a mile south of Naval Medical Center near Patrol. cident. L.G. Manning, High devaluing the private hold the decision in abeyance, Tax Collector Josephine Addi- costs to operate," he said.A .
the city limits when the car hit Jacksonville, where he is Both vehicles, a 1973 way Patrol investigator, property in the vicinity. but that a specification of time son said she could not cut. whopping cut came in
water running across the stationed. His parents, Mr. Chevrolet station wagon estimated damage to the Ronnie Davis, speaking for should not be made. The financing the Emergency
highway and skidded 224 feet and Mrs. Arnold 11. Hippen of driven by Phillip Williford of Griffis vehicle at$400, and the D.S. & N. assured the group postponement, he said, was "I don't have anything in Medical Care program. That
across the median into the Buffalo Center, Iowa, were Daytona Beach, and a 1968 Williford station wagon at that the $700,000 Phase I of the for the purpose of getting the there I can take out; she said. program was able to cut about
path of a 1968 Volkswagen treated,, at Alachua General Ford coupe driven by Jim $250. complex would be open for (See Page l 18)) "I presented you with a close $23.000 from their request due
there's I can
no
budget so way
To state funding the $10.000
II cut it she added.
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of full time Medical
salary one
Mrs. Addison said the
I GEN. MCMILLAN RUMORS of Revenue technician, and foregoing purchasing
the otwt prierra QUASHES Department a new unit, saving
wanted to raise that figure,
about The EMC
but she told them she could 13000. program
expects to operate on

At manage requested.on what she had. $6,220 Clerk next Robert year.Driggers reada

Big Things Going Blanding Commissioner Controversy Paul arose Riherd when of General letter from Hospital the Union Board County of

suggested the $8,400 salary Trustees requesting that the

CAMP'BLANDING Maj. 'jacent to the air field. The barracks, one BOQ, and The entire construction housing to accomodate a too Mrs.much Addison's to pay assistant for a secretarial was EMT service be stationed at
Gen Henry W. McMillan, who area includes an ad- latrines. Construction of this program is designed to take reinforced brigade of approximately job. the hospital when it opens.
heads the Florida National ministrative supply building, first phase amounts to place over a five-year period 4,500 men. Mrs. Addison argued that The commission unanimouslyvoted ;
+r Guard Brigade, did all he a 100-man mess hall, two 400.336. and provide permanent New facilities already her help was not just a secretary to fund the service until
could Friday, Aug. 1, to quash completed include a but her assistant when the hospital opened, then it
offer the service to the
would
rumors that the former World dispensary on B Avenue opposite she was not there.
War II training site is going to the roll telephone exchange "She's got to know hospital.
be reactivated. by the regular In Bus Routes containing medical she said. every Controversy also arose over
thing,
AUTO TAGS Army. Changes and dental examining rooms, the sale of the 500-acre airport
"It's way out of line with the y
Deadline which had offer of
A lot of activity is going on pharmacy, x-ray, emergency type of pay in private industryin property an
Is August 20 at Camp Blanding now, but it surgery, laboratroy, eight-bed Union County," Riherd $1,350 per acre. The commission -
----- decided not to sell the
is all for the National Guard, ward, two isolation ward
said. Riherd said he was just
SCHOOL BUSROUTES Gen. McMillan said. In fact, Proposed To School Bd. rooms and administrative and voicing his opinion, and was property.Commissioner. C.U. Crews
the major construction goingon supply space. action
not demanding any on
Due Discussion said at the regular meeting, "I
now is the culmination ofMcMillan's The second phase, 1975 the statement.The .
Monday, Aug. 11 dream to have the & construction, has been approved Agricultural Extension don't see any alternative thanto
'..m. entire Florida National STARKE "In an austere presented to the Board an elimination of stops within two by the National Guard Agent Bill Cowen requestedthat raise the millage; we've got
Adm. Building Guard, totaling some 4,400 time, when we have in fact cut analysis of the present bus miles of a school. Bureau and will consist of two the commission keep his to balance this."
----- men, train at Blanding at one out curriculum, to provide system and maps outlining An advantage to the Dial complete company-sized item on the budget. He told the "I think the people of Union"
MEETINGS time. other services, we have a changes that would cut planned routing is that in areas and a battalion head- he could get along on County will understand, he
-Monday- It's not''just a dream now responsibility to run the transportation costs, reduce large part elementary quarters, administrative the group same $11,740 he did last said.No
Gen..,MclVlillan explained. A school system as students' riding time, and students would be transported building a battalion supplyand action was taken for or
Bradford School $1.7 million construction economically, yet equitably, reduce the number. of buses separately from middle and rations breakdown building year.The Board made no final against the millage increaseat
Board Meets program is in process of being as possible. If we apply only needed. high school students, plus a battalion-sized officers' decisions on any of the either meeting but a final
7p.m.Adm. carried out now, and $2 two state criteria to our "Yours is not the only especially in shorter runs quarters estimated to requests. They agreed they budget is expected by Friday,
Building million more for further county busing system we can county that faces this closer to town. By staggering cost $599,200. would work on the budget and millage rates will be
improvements is approved. for save $36,000 a year and cut problem. The cold fact is that school openings, a bus would Work is also being done to more in a special meeting decided from there.
RAIFORD COUNCIL the coming year. down the time most children parents have changed their make one run for elementary upgrade and renovate and the tonight at 7:30: and then ap-
7:30p.m.Hall It will take seven or eight spend riding to and from attitudes, and would prefer to students and. another for. older camp's water and sewage prove or disapprove all at Local Woman
Town million dollars to bring the school," said Rodney P. Hall keep the kids on the bus, evenif students. systems. once. No action on any of the
camp into shape so that over Bradford School Board they never get reading The present routing system The firing range was rebuilt line items means acceptance."
-TuesdayUnion 4,000 men can be in training at chairman at a special meeting writing, and 'rithmetic," said allows 400 more students to during the past year in the Still CriticalA
School one time, the general says. Tuesday afternoon. Dial. ride the buses than state and same location used in World With no more budget
.
The National Guard Bureau After a two-hour discussionof The 27 bus routes plannedby federal funds will pay for, War II and is being used this' requests, the Commission Starke woman remainedin
of mill-
Board Meets the
has gone far enough now, with better ways and means to Dial are based on where simply because of the 2-mile summer for the first time. brought up subject critical condition and In
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UC Courthouse'p.m. approval of $3.7 in construction run the school bus routes. the bus drivers lived in the limitation.In riding the bus on Plans are in the works, to .age Commissioner and the Hospital.Archie Intensive care Monday at the
that McMillan feels, a regular route Dial also renovate the of Florida J. Hillis
board was still undecided to i county. Routes originate at a artillery range so demons said he was ready >o University
Brooker Council barring unforseen events, his effect changes recommendedin driver's home and run toward found that 10-12( stops were that tanks can fire all but their reconsider the three mills Miller Health Center with
7:30 plan will be implementedwithin routes which could .Starke, the major school made per mile, and suggestedthat heaviest loads at Blanding. already granted to the Union multiple injuries received in a
p.m.Hampton the next few years. eliminate six of 33 buses. A center.If four stops per mile would Blanding Is big enough for the General Hospital. July 30 morning crash with a

Council McMillan had hoped to have special meeting Is set Monday the plan were put into cut down time and operating heavy loads but Is divided by Not granting the three mills tractor.
7:30 the construction completed by Aug. 11, starting at 8 a.m. action no child would ride a expense while requiring no SR-16 which prevents that. would keep the hospital Virginia Spears 22
: p.m. this year, prior to his for principals and board bus longer than 45 minutes one child to walk further than U Artillery units will then haveto closed. reportedly braked to avoid
Wednesday- retirement.He will retire next members to continue way to school and the number mile. go to Fort Stewart to train The three mills added to last one tractor crossing the 39th
Tuesday, but expresses hope discussion on development of of buses in use could be cut "What you're saying is that for two or three days) the rest year's millage brings the rate Avenue extension west of 1-73,
Lake Butler that his successor Brig. Gen. a plan for bus routing. from 33 to 27, Dial said, at a we're spending too much can be done at Blanding. Co 7.85 mills.The legal limit of in Gainesville, when she lost e
City Council Kennedy C. Bullard, will "We are maybe a little more saving of $6.000 to $7,000 per< money," said Pat Spengler, Plans are, when the levy is 10 mills. That leaves control of her car and slid 288
3 p.m. carry forward the plan., sensitive because. we have, in bus. He emphasize "I'll only that by accepting is to exchangethe driven Ernest Ross 22, of
Housing has been the major the pasty provided ,door-to- that the state can mtIO"J' say camp ready by -
Cawtnv 01 drawback to training larger door service for our school recommend such a programand this plan you will entire Florida Guard Last Thursday, ChairmanD.E. Brooker. ,
numbers of men at one time in children. We now come to the could not force the boardto serve those that the programIs brigade with that of other .Woodington called a special Mrs. Spears' husband t
i1tje Community(! Blanding. For that reason the point of deciding whether to adopt it. designed to serve outside a states nearby states will also meeting of the commission Robert,23! was treated an1released
&taU Dunk first phase of construction pursue that philosophy or The plan was introduced by reasonable walking distance be invited to train at Blanding. to try to balance a from the hospital i j
included three 40-man enlisted not" said Hall.. Dial implements to policies of from the school as Camp Blanding was turned $270,000 shortage. The Florida Highway Patrolreported t
i......".Now..._inline U.' men's barracks located on John F.. Dial specialist in the Florida Department of economically as possible' ,over to the National Guard in At that meeting, which no other serious i;
T.. byr..v.Ia.p00elauraIcsbee... Palatka Street and a com school transportation for the Education: the elimination of said' Dial'. 1946 and there are not plansfor packed the upstairs courtroom injuries In the 9:55: i.m. accident. -''
pany-sized area, located !ad Department of .Education, spur runs off main routes and See Page !li.)_. a change in that status. of the, ,Union County ..* '

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I Margaret Wedding Anderson July -12 Richard in Raiford Williams [ o/-fft; j


the New River Methodist
Church in Raiford. Cdllor
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A candlelight alter ceremony.The was highlightedwith Mrs. W. F. Moore Celebrates 70th Birthday Sunday I

trimmed in
an archway
greenery and white flowers. Mrs.'W.F. Moore 6f Lawtey Highsmith, E.D.Boyer, IV, Merrill Island; and Mrs Mac
In the middle of the archwaywas celebrated her 70th birthday Jacksonville; E.D.Boyer, III, Wells. Law ley. I
a basket of white wedding dinner
Sunday at a family at -
flowers centered with a
the Inn.
candle of life., which the Following Holiday the dinner bir-
couple lit signifying the unityof thday cake and punch were PINE HURST
two lives into one. In the enjoyed at the home of Mr.
background were tree can- and Mrs. Tom Casey on
dlelabras with burning tapers Bessent Road. GROCERY
and palms. ," The refreshment table was
Presenting a program of f Xe covered with a lace cloth and
N nuptial music were Miss Beth centered with an arrangementof Hwj 100 E. 964-9935. w,
Davis,pianist,and Miss Cindy pink and white flowers. The ..
Thornton, soloist. cake was at one end of the .f5t ., \ { ,
Billy Williams attended his .
table and punch bowl at the
brother as best man. Ushers other end.Among e.'v -
were Bobby Williams, brotherof the 50 guests those 1!' \
the David Grubbs,
groom from out-of-town were: Mr. \ .,
brother-in-law of the groom and Mrs. J.W. Thomas and .:.; a -
and Robbie Dugger, cousin of : Jay, Live Oak: Mr and Mrs. 'f;' %'I1, '''7'f_ 4.'_
the groom. The ring bearerwas SD. Andrews, Debbie and (. .II>; ''S.. \ :;.,.;:.';. ,
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Master Andrews. <:
Logan ,
Handy, Wildwood; Mr. and ,., .
Mrs. Dianne Williams at- Mrs. Charles Moore and Bob, I tl '-"- ... ,;. '"" ..." I
tended her sister as matron of J, Lake Mrs. Peter Todor, \"
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honor. She wore an empire Scot and Brad, Rio de Janerlo, #'. ....., :;:.
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waist gown made of baby blue South Jeff Torode, ., .::;: ": I
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", lutesong material in an A-line Palatka; Mr. and Mrs. Danny """ ,'1.."....-.. $1 OI
.' style with a square neckline 'I Thompson, Kevin and Brian ._
; and bell sleeves. She Reg.'IS" I II
style .: t. Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. I
wore a blue hat trimmed witha Bruce Boyer, Mr. and Mrs.
L light blue ribbon and short J Cecil Wade Miss Debbie
white lace gloves. She carriedtwo Royal, Miss Brenda Royal, I Ladies I II
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pink long stem carnationswith a 'hNLt ".' Tampa; Mrs. Fred Boyer, 0OFF
blue streamers.Mrs. Fairfield; Mr.and Mrs.David 50
; Janice Grubbs, sisterof Boyer, Lynn; Mr. and Mrs. I JEANS /O I II
the groom, Mrs. Glenda 1 Fred Brown, Miss Rachell!
Gunter and Miss Debbie q.t Mr. and Mrs.
Boyer Harry
:i" 1":. were Rosier bridesmaids., cousin of They the bride were, \ fikfY Highsmith, Miss Debbie I I II

dressed identical to the honor Boys
attendant. Little Miss Lori 0 OFF
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Ann Varnes served as flower ; f i Karen Hodges I SHIRTS 5 O 10
She also dressed in a .1:
girl. was
Miss Margaret Ann Anderson Williams son of Mr. and Mrs. :: :
floor of blue Celebrates 4th'
length baby
I daughter of Mr. and Willie Williams of Maeclenny, gown : r .
Mrs. Robert J. Anderson of united in lutesong. t

Raiford, and Richard Wayne were Saturday, July 12, at marriage 8 p.m. in father Given, the in bride marriage wore by a long her ._..' ..0,. .. ._J.II.. : Birthday Aug 3 I 1 00% Guaranteed I II I II

' lace bodice and rounded lace Sandra Tomlinson Robert Ritchie, Original Artist
celebrated her fourth birthday
Tornado Fans ended collar. with The lace long cuffs net sleeves at the Sunday afternoon when her I I II II
Mr. and Mrs. David
wrists. Her full length skirt Wedding Aug. 1 at First ChristianMiss parents
Hodges, a party for her
had a wide lace border. Her gave 8 Track Tape
and 30 friends. II I II
Just Arrived white satin head-piece Sandra Carol honor. She wore a floor length The youngsters enjoyed I
secured her long chapel lengthnet Tomlinson, daughter of Mrs. gown of baby blue nylon with a and refreshments during -
train. She carried a Henry Tomlinson and the late floral overlay. She wore a games SALE $ "
Tornado Colors the hours.
in party
An 1r I
Afghan cascade bouquet of pink and Mr. Tomlinson of Starke, and baby blue picture hat trim- Assisting were Darlene I Reg. $399 2
white roses and daisies Robert Howard Ritchie,son of med with a matching velvet Thornton and Mrs. Doris I.1
For Those Coming centered with a white orchid.A Mr. and Mrs. George F, ribbon.
Miller.
reception was held in the Ritchie of Holly Hill were Bridesmaids were Miss t1i r ..

Tornado Games Or church yard following the united in marriage Friday, Connie White of West
wedding ceremony. August 1, at 7 p.m. in the First Virginia, Becky Bradford of
The receiving line, was Christian Church, Starke. Miami and Cindie Bobbett of
Room DecorationsAlso composed of the bride and
Bob Mahan, minister of Tampa. Their gowns were
their and
groom parents Buffington Road Christian similar to the honor attendant
.bridal attendants.
Arrived Various Afghans In New The bride's table was Church, College Park,', Ga. except in pastel colors of
the lavender and green.
performed nuptials. yellow
covered with a lace cloth and
Patterns And Colors AtTKeMggc held two candles at each end. Mrs. L.A. Canova, organist, They trimmed wore with pastel matching picture pastel hats easy living I .I -
At one end of the table was a
and James White of East velvet ribbons.
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tiered, _,cake .
: four pillared of
Point Ga. soloist, presenteda Reddish cousin
/ Needle/ topped with a miniature bride. i ; ; of.'nuptial mtisic.The the Stacey bride, flower girl and .''''
program was
: '<.
: $ and groom. A punch bowl was leisure : .j.
: "at the other end of the.tablfe. marriage/ bride by her"given brother in, wore honor a attendant.A gown similar. to the : suits. c .
Mrs. Dora Anderson, sister-
floor held in the "
Mark Tomlinson, wore a was
I '15/7/ Bessent Road Florida bride and reception
Starke in-law of the Mrs.
length gown of dove tone church Fellowship Hall. Mrs.
964-6300 964-5149 J Dot the Andrews wedding cut cake.and served Mrs. polyester with an overlay of Edwin Williams greeted the for men on the
white silk organza. The dress guests at the door. Mrs. v
# iU, II It; )j.m; Marcia Lorraine Varnes and Mrs. featured a high neckline of Richard Tedder kept the
Douglas presided at ruffled chantilly lace as wellas bride's book.Standing .
the punch bowl. Miss Donna the bodice The dress had in the receivingline
Kay Thornton kept the guest long sleeves of silk illusion were the bride and groom move. .
A NEW SLANT book. Mrs. Marie Thorntonwas the cuffs attendants.
UTILITY STORAGE which gathered at their parents and
._ in charge of the reception. and featured a double ruffle of Mrs. Chuck Wright, Miss
Following a short weddingtrip chantilly lace. The A-line shirt Betty Jane Morgan and Mrs.
...."i"t2 ; .,..,.. the couple is residingin was accented with a row of John A. Reddish cut the
!:" --.. Raiford. chantilly lace. along the bride's cake. Mrs. Dan
?\ Shannon HicksCelebrates hemline. Accenting the backof Harley, Mrs. Lola Zippererand
the dress was a floor length Mrs. Jim Faulkner
fiI'' 2nd chapel train of chantilly lace. presided at the punch bowl. MEN'S SUITSCasual
I Birthday Aug. 2 She wore a finger-tip veil of Assisting in serving were -
:i'.i. : white illusion with appliquesof Gayle Hatcher, Cindy Mitchell -
: Little Shannon Hicks cele- chantilly lace. The gown Anne Haynes, Mrs. Bob comfort. 100% Poly I '
brated his second birthday was made by the mother the Smith Mrs. Mansil Ayer, ester Fall colorsGreen, Brown, ,'
Saturday, August 2, at a party bride. Mrs. Marlene Kite and Mrs. Navy. Men's sizes 3448. Reg-
given by his parents, Mr and Joe Risse of Daytona Beach Jimmy Brown. ulars and long.
Mrs. Glenn Hicks, at Mc was best man and the ushers Following a wedding trip to
THE ALL NEW Donald's. were George Ritchie, brotherof St. Augustine the couple is '
Fifteen friends and rela- the groom; James residing at 2605 Ben Hill Road,
tives attended to celebrate the Tomlinson, brother of the East Point Ga.
ThwNcoU1vHtY& occasion. The children were bride, and Doug Boehme. The bride will continue her $2488 ', :
shown a movie and treated to Candlelighters were Tom education at Atlanta Christian
hamburgers and cokes. Tacker and Bruce Kridle. College, East Point, Ga.
The clown theme was usedon Chad Reddish, cousin of the The groom will graduate in .,
the birthday cake. Mc- bride was ring bearer. the next two years with an
Donald happy hats were givento Miss Carolyn Ritchie, sisterof A.B. in Ministries at Atlanta _
the children. the groom, was maid of Christian College.
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Wedding July 12 in Raiford ide-o/


the New River Methodist
Church in Raiford.
Wooty Society 9647608
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., a candlelight alter ceremony.The was highlightedwith Mrs. W. F. Moore Celebrates 70th Birthday SundayMrs. I

an archway trimmed in
and white flowers. IV, Merrill Island; and Mrs Mae
greenery ,19e W.F. Moore Of Lawtey Highsmith E Boyer, .
In the middle of the archwaywas celebrated her 70th birthday Jacksonville; E.D.Boyer, III, Wells Liiwley( I
t a basket of white wedding Sunday at a family dinner at
flowers centered with a III
Inn.
the Holiday
candle of life which the Following the dinner bir-
couple lit signifying the unityof thday cake and punch were PINE HURST
two lives into one. In the enjoyed at the home of Mr ,
background were tree can- and Mrs. Tom Casey on
dlelabras with burning tapers Bessent Road. GROCERY
and palms. The refreshment table was
Presenting a program of covered with a lace cloth and
nuptial music were Miss Beth centered with an arrangementof H.wJ.l00 E. 9649935Reg.18 .
Davis, pianist,and Miss Cindy and white flowers. The "!
pink
f.. Thornton, soloist. cake was at one end of the ..'! } }I '
Billy Williams attended his table and punch bowl at the ..
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brother as best man. Ushers other end.Among .
were Bobby Williams, brotherof the 50 guests those 4N \
the groom, David Grubbs, from out-of-town were: Mr. \,
brother-in-law of the groom /- and Mrs. J.W. Thomas and
and Robbie Dugger, cousin of : Jay, Live Oak: Mr. and Mrs. f 11.1- ; ti'_ .
1ALi the groom. The ring bearerwas r rI S.D. Andrews Debbie and (. ;'lo. >i: ,.," -
Master Logan Andrews. Handy, Wildwood; Mr. and :.. "'... -, ,.,, .
Mrs. Dianne Williams at- I .l Mrs. Charles Moore and Bob, I Q .....::<: ... ,"" .. .. I

tended her sister as matron of Lake City; Mrs. Peter Todor, 0 'M""
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honor. She wore an empire 4 Scot and Brad Rio de Janerio, "p .err- ".nd4b: :i;: :-
waist gown made of baby blue : -" I
South America; Jeff Torode, I ""'
lutesong material in an A-line Palatka; Mr. and Mrs. Danny .....!. ""!1.f- $1 000I
yr ", style with a square neckline 9P. Thompson Kevin and Brian \I '--
r and bell style sleeves. She ,: Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs." I I II
wore a blue hat trimmed witha Bruce Boyer, Mr. and Mrs.
light blue ribbon and short J .: Cecil Wade Miss Debbie
unite lace gloves. She carriedtwo Ladies I II
,, fk.. Royal Miss Brenda Royal I
pink long stem carnationswith P. Tampa; Mrs. Fred Boyer 0OFF
blue streamers.Mrs. Fairfield and Mrs. David 50
Mr.
Janice Grubbs, sisterof Boyer, Lynn; ; Mr. and Mrs. I JEANS /O I II
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the groom, Mrs. Glenda I ;.'. Fred Brown, Miss Rachell

Gunter Rosier, cousin and Miss of the Debbie bride, '\ t as : 1 Boyer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry I
d >i were bridesmaids. They were tY"'! '"'f'," ; Highsmith, Miss Debbie I

dressed identical to the honor ,.R .' Boys
attendant. Little Miss Lori ." 'f'' OFF
----- Ann Varnes served as flower '.," ,. I.:. ..? Karen Hodges I 50 % I
""' I SHIRTS
girl. She was also dressed in a .' tl/Jlli'/ I
Miss Margaret Ann Anderson Williams son of Mr. and Mrs. .
floor length gown of baby blue '. !/J Celebrates 4th'
daughter of Mr. and Willie Williams of Macclenny :, '
I Robert J. Anderson of united in lutesong. : ', ; :. ,
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J ..."'.= =--.""", .....-." -. white satin gown with a fitted Little Karen Ann Hodges '
tm".x. bodice and rounded lace Artist
lace Sandra Tomlinson Robert Ritchie Original
celebrated her fourth birthday
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collar. The net sleeves
long
R Tornado Fans ended with lace cuffs at the Sunday afternoon when her I I II
Mr. and Mrs. David
parents
wrists. Her full skirt 1 at First ChristianMiss
length Wedding
Aug.
Hodges, gave a party for her Track
had a wide lace border. Her 8 Tape
and 30 friends. I II
g Just Arrived- white satin head-piece Sandra Carol honor.She wore a floor length The youngsters enjoyed I
secured her long chapel length Tomlinson, daughter of Mrs. gown of baby blue nylon with a and refreshments dur-
I An in Tornado Colors net train. She carried a Henry Tomlinson and the late floral overlay.. She wore a games ing the party hours. SALE $ Z 9 9 I
Afghan cascade of and I $399
bouquet pink Mr. Tomlinson of Starke, and baby blue picture hat trim- Assisting were Darlene Reg.
white roses and daisies Robert Howard Ritchie,son of med with a matching velvet Thornton and Mrs. Doris
For Those Coming centered with a white orchid.A Mr. and Mrs. George F. ribbon. Miller. ... ---------1
reception was held in the Ritchie of Holly Hill, were Bridesmaids were Miss
I Tornado Games Or church yard following the united in marriage Friday, Connie White of West
wedding at in the First
ceremony.The August 1 7 p.m. Virginia Becky Bradford of
receiving line was Christian Church, Starke.
Miami and Cindie Bobbett of
Room Decorations composed of the bride and
Bob Mahan, minister of Tampa. Their gowns were
their and
groom parents Buffington Road Christian similar to the honor attendant
,bridal attendants.
Church College Park, Ga. in pastel colors of ,
except
Also Arrived Various Afghans In New The bride's table was '
performed the lavender and green.
I nuptials. yellow
covered with a lace cloth and
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Patterns And Colors At At held one two end candles of the at table each was end.a Mrs. L.A. Canova, organist, They trimmed wore with pastel matching picture pastel hats easy living ; .1 ftJJJfl
and James White of East velvet ribbons. ,
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'" four tiered, pillared cake
Ti:'MagictVeedle/ ,: topped with a miniature bride, i Point program Ga.; soloist of nuptial, presenteda mlreic. the Stacey bride,Reddish was flower, cousin girl and of "
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I <--. i b. .. f < -. ., "at the groom.other end punch of the'tablfe.was ,The bride ".given in wore a gown similar. to the leisure suits'for ,..j '
marriage by her brother, honor attendant.A .
Mrs. Dora Anderson sister- Mark Tomlinson, wore a floor held in the .
R '15(7( Bessent Road Starke, Florida in-law of the bride, and Mrs. reception was
length gown of dove tone church Fellowship Hall. Mrs.
Andrews and served
Dot cut
964-6300 9645149A the wedding cake. Mrs. polyester with an overlay of Edwin Williams greeted the men on the
white silk organza. The dress guests at the door. Mrs. v
Lorraine Varnes and Mrs. featured a high neckline of Richard Tedder kept the
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presided
Douglas
ruffled chantilly lace as wellas bride's book.Standing .
the punch bowl. Miss Donna the bodice. The dress had in the receivingline move.
Kay Thornton kept the guest long sleeves of silk illusion were the bride and groom .
NEW SLANT UTILITY STORAGE book. Mrs. Marie Thorntonwas which gathered at the cuffs their parents and attendants.Mrs. .
in of the
charge reception. and featured a double ruffle of Chuck Wright, Miss
a L Following a short wedding chantilly lace.The A-line shirt Betty Jane Morgan and Mrs.
the is
trip couple residingin was accented with a row of John A. Reddish cut the
Raiford.
chantilly lace along the bride's cake. Mrs. Dan
Shannon HicksCelebrates hemline. Accenting the backof Harley Mrs. Lola Zippererand
the dress was a floor length Mrs. Jim Faulkner
2nd chapel train of chantilly lace. presided at the punch bowl. MEN'S SUITSCasual

; lli. Jilliilllllilil! !!II !li.O'1 li. } Birthday Aug. 2 She white wore illusion a finger-tip with appliquesof veil of Gayle Assisting Hatcher in ,serving Cindy were Mitchell -

,. Little Shannon Hicks cele- chantilly lace. The gown Anne Haynes, Mrs. Bob comfort. 100% Poly-
:;j'' .:.c: brated his second was made by the mother of the Smith, Mrs. Mansil Ayer ester Fall colors- Green, Brown '
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given by his parents, Mr and Joe Risse of Daytona Beach Jimmy Brown. ulars and long.
Mrs. Glenn Hicks, at Mc- was best man and the ushers Following a wedding trip to 0
THE ALL NEW Donald's. were George Ritchie, brotherof St. Augustine the couple is y
Fifteen friends and rela- the groom; James residing at 2605 Ben Hill Road
tives attended to celebrate the Tomlinson, brother of the East Point, Ga.
ThwwcoIJ1vntY& occasion. The children were bride and Doug Boehme. The bride will continue her $2488
shown a movie and treated to Candlelighters were Tom education at Atlanta Christian
hamburgers and cokes. Tacker and Bruce Kridle. College, East Point Ga.
The clown theme was usedon Chad Reddish cousin of the The groom will graduate in
the birthday cake. Mc- bride. was ring bearer. the next two years with an
Donald happy hats were givento Miss Carolyn Ritchie sisterof A.B. in Ministries at Atlanta
the children. the groom, was maid of Christian College. ,

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Honored At Brunch Saturday I
J. G. Wood Sandra Dobbs R. W. Gustaf sonWedding G.F. Ritchie's Jayne Hardy

Hosts At Dinner The Hurst home on Searing Keith Waughn. Jonebboro. James Monluoro: Tuii|>;ii ,
Receives in
. Degree July 19 LawteyMiss Street was the setting/ lor a Ga.: Mrs. George E. I\"t'Y. Sr. :Miss Sandra Muggins, and
Joseph G. Wood a former F bridesmaid brunch honoring Tucker Ga.: Mrs. JerryKane Mrs.:\ Tommy l'lui tain.iiiinesville .
: resident of Slarke, receivedhis Sandra Dobbs Mr. and Mrs George Hill Miss Jayne Hardy Saturday Lithonia. Ga.; Mrs J.R. (. / : Mrs. Hill :Menu.SI /\.
Education Ritchie of Holly were Orlando Mrs.! \\.U. 1''tl'l'bburgIt.s.:\ (Jeneley. ;
degree. Doctor of of Mr. and Mrs. morning at 11:30 a.m. Wilson :
Thurs
from Nova University in daughter Willie Dobbs and grand tp hosts at a dinner at party the Garden Hostesses were Mrs James Wells College Park Ga.: : sister of the bride. ;, !Portland. -
Fort Lauderdale July 31. daughter of ,Mr. and Mrs. Jt day evening for their B. Godwin: !Mrs. James H. !Mrs. Dick :Nobles-'; Atlanta. Ore.1Il'K: : Sally
Dr. Wood received the Arlie Dobbs of Restaurant Sandra son Reddish Mrs John {'. Ga.: : :Mrs. F.II. Mendonhall.Jr. Kellogg./( Atlanta. (i".: ;Mrs,
Bachelor's degree and hisMaster's united in marriage to Robert Robert, and fiancee, thtcouple's Greene. Mrs. Harold Godwin / .. sister-in-law of the groom J.I. Adkins. Jr.. Athens tea
degree from the Uni- Wayne Gustafson of the Naval Tomlinson.wedding following rehearsal and Mrs. Carl Hurst. \V>ano. Pa.: Mrs Marlie San and :Miss :Martha Dennis ul
versity of Florida. He wus a Air Station Jacksonville on Guests were greeted at the derson.: Fort Pierce' Mrs; teals.Groomsmen I

member of the Bradford July 19 at the First Baptist The U-shaped dining table door by the hostesses and the
County I High School faculty for Church in Lawtey with Rev. held a center arrangement of honoree Miss Hardy, and Lunch Held At Hardys ''''1Outol'tO
six years two of the years as E.C. Harvey officiating carnations, mums and baby's ..... were served l appetizers by
assistant principal. While live The bride, given in breath in pastel shades, Mrs. Godwin and Mrs.
host at \\n guestsvrv
E. Hardy was
ing in Slarke, Dr. Wood servedas marriage by her father, worea flanked by silver candelabras: Greene. bulfet James luncheon Saturday lor J.R. Wilson. Ol'landn11': : and
a commissioned officer in of over white Bridal An inlormal) greeting and a .
white gown organza with tapers. attending; the :Mrs. Mike Lw and .MMI.
the local National Guard Unit., taffeta. The long sleeves and cards marked the seating ; introduction of out-of-town the groomsmen. 1TI.'ndenhailIl'lldlOJ( Tilton. Ga.: G. Eugene: Ivey
and later as commanding offi- high neck were edged with arrangement for the ;guests was enjoyed 1 prior to Hardy Sr.. Tucker. (i". ; C'u..ll.. .
cer ol Company "B" at Camp lace and pearls. Her shoulder approximately 30 guests. the seating of the guests. that The night.bullet luncheon was \\utson.Ki\crd.ile.Ga, : i KrilhWaugh.
Blanding. length veil of illusion was The honored couple pre' The bride and bridesmaids in the Hardy sunioomwhere Jtinesfsiro (.in >indTrae
Since leaving Bradford band of matchinglace sented to their attendants table in the dining room was held
secured to a gifts Sue Ann Johns, the daisy motif was hrndlield. l 1..1 i grange/\
Dr. Wood has been covered with white
County. and she carried a during lh' dinner u army- floral I
the G
employed by the Alachua of daisies and navy lace dinner cloth over apink carried out in d.Gene
yellow h1yr DiiNid.Mendenluill
nosegay S I bat Ivt Jr.) mid
fI David Stalnaker decorations. The :211 guests >
County Board of Public I In- white lace. linen liner and was cen-
assisted\ 'in i MTnti "
Cl'nteredith :\
truclion. and is presentlyserving Mrs. Mary Scott was ,5.Assisting. tered with a large Italian at t tables
as principal of West- matron of honor and Pam in serving were I f Wedding Sept. 27 Furga bride doll elevated on u arrangements of daisies. \ \ !

wood Middle School in Gaines- Austin was flower girl. Mrs. Larry Norman Mrs. er. I silver stand. fo'lankinthl'/ Mrs. Mendenhall Hostess
\ille. David Scott was best man Margaret Albert. Mrs. Sharon '.rt Mr. and Mrs. Seeber A. bride doll were wicker basketsof
The Wood family was accompanied and the ushers were Michael Dobbs Miss Robyn Tinsler Johns of Lake Butler an- mixed 1 summer blossoms.The At Rehearsal DinnerMrs. I
to Fort Laudcr Dobbs and David Albert Scott and Miss Martha Smith. nounce the engagement of mother's table was
dale lor the Commencement Sims was ring bearer. The three tiered wedding 1 their daughter. Sue Ann. to located in the I family room and white daisies and baby> s
Thomas !Mr.I and Mrs. Pastor Lester Austin uncleof cake decorated with yellowdaisies David Carl Stalnaker. son of was covered with a white Powell Hill Men 1I1''alhllh liurnin/\ UIIHTK.Down :. ;
A.J. Sr. In Fort Lau the bride, led in prayer. was made by Mrs.! / Mr. and Mrs. C.W.,,Stalnaker army-navy lace cloth over a denhall ol Athens. (:a111' I the length! ul the Iii hit.s :;
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dcrdale t hl'y'Isi tl'd !Mr. and Nuptial music was providedby Elhle Norman of Lawtey. j of Brooker. red linen liner and centered hostess 'at a dinner partyFriday was a garland ol smilax and, !
Mrs. A.J. Thomas. Jr.. and Miss Whitehead organist, The bride was' a 1975 The wedding will be an with a large arrangement of night in the Pecan daisies.During.
the Law Offices of Saunders and Mrs Lester Austin graduate of Trinity Christian event of September 27 at 8 fuji mums, carnations and Room ol the Garden: ( the dinner the.
Curtis Gincstra.: and Gore soloist, aunt of the bride.A Academy. p.m. at the First Christian baby's breath. Other tablesset Restaurant honoring( her son. honored couple presentedtheir
with whom Mr. Thomas Jr., reception was held in the The couple is residing in Church in Lake Butler. iip in the family room werecovered David and his lian('('{.'. :Miss attendant \tit Ii personal t ....
is associated church Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Green Cove Springs. No invitations are.being with white arm,'. Jayne Hardy, following/ the I
On the return trip the Woods Monica Dobbs kept the bride's / sent but all friends and rela- navy lace cloths over red linen wedding rehearsal.The gilt.The guest list included llwimmediate ,
and Thomases visited Disney book. tives are invited to attend. and were centered with wicker bridal party was sealed I lanulies; and I the/ '

World and other attractions. _u_.______._. _. Lillian Bond Pearson to Elizabeth presentsSavings baskets holding Iresh summer at tables which were o\('rlaid brid.il I |Nirty 'Ihe ,,(-tuwiiguests ,
Joy ''Blood Pressure I lowers. Bridal place cards with linen cloths. Bridal placecards were: Trae Bi'adliehlI.iGrange. {
Starling. the marked < the seatingarrangemenllorthi'54 .
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Taken Aug. the : gU'sts.The
BPW Presents Bond Tests tor 43 guests.The George 1IH': .\ Sr Tin kitGa ,
honored
bah the table of the .
green hostesses presented hadas :\\1.. and :\\11'... .'.liniinvMet'ollum.
with the stemmedvase and their parents
'The local Seventh-day honoree couple :
:\ Jacksonville' t ilelCrosl
To Joy StarlingJoy will her chosen china a long fan : 1
Adventist Church provide to its centerpiece >\. GamesMlle' and; I Mrand :\ .
free blood pressure testing on pattern as a memento of the shaped arrangement of stock :Mrs. John' II. Andrews.Lake .
Elizabeth Starling was
Monday August 11, at theWinnDixie occasion. hot pink miniature carnations.
S bond !Butler 1 "
473-3193 presented a savings by; parking lot from Out-of-town guests attending -
the Starke Business and Pro to 4 were Mrs. F.H. Menden
10 a.m. p.m. L-atLltl '
fessional Women's Club This is a community serviceto hall. mother of the groom of 7
President Lillian Pearson. which are all invited to Athens Ga.: Mrs. Curtis Wat 'PIPItS uaa !o 960 $
The bond was awarded tc Hiverdale. Ga. Mrs.
son. ;
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Old Keystone Road Bradford Joy is the High daughter School. of Mr. J & J ContractorsCement DaIS

and Mrs. Lonzo H. Starling oi.
A Large Variety Green Plants Lawtey. She is employed at And MasonryAll
Donna Strickland, the Division of Health and UOIJS! "r,

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Baskets Clinton SellersEngagement ville. z0 8jee
Swinging The club met July 28 in the
Hydrangeas Dish Gardens Told Chamber of Commerce build Free I No

Caladeums Geranium Colues Barbara Strickland and ing with Lillian .Pearson, I !
president, presiding.The I apuoIIi
HAND MADE POTTERY FROM MEXICOMr. Thomas J. Strickland an-of workshop to be held at Estimate Obligation J
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The wedding is planned for The proposed budget was ..- ----
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g- At Eckerd's you know the prescription is right Sandra Tomlinson

I C _ TIME .. .and the price is right too! '_- Honored AtLuncheon

: :Ti! We fill more than two million prescriptions each '
'
i month. Our volume means lower prices, and j '' ,

_. a prescriptions filled from the freshest possible drugs, I KytE N Mrs. Edwin Williams and

I'w-J Mrs. John A. Reddish gave a
bridesmaid luncheon al the
1 ik. home of the latter on Friday,

T CARYL August 1 honoring, Miss
_, I % Sandra Tomlinson.
2a
Ma MI MIII f'A" ir. I "
I ts v a The two luncheon tables
RICHARDSBALSAM 1 n were covered with lace edged
linen cloths and were centered
1 1 1 1 with arrangements of pompoms
5 OZ.GLEEM carnations and baby's
breath in pastel shades. Bridal
fBalwrn HAIR CONDITIONER 1 ? place cards marked theseating
f'' II 1
1 / HvPw.. arrangement the
? 16 OZ REG 1.O9 LIMIT 1 a, ,,12 guests.r .
te4Glp 1, The hostesses presented the
TOOTHPASTESEA r honoree with a cut glass
pitcher as a memento of the
1 occasion.
Out-of-town guests were
Mrs. George Ritchie, motherof
the prospective groom and
: Miss Carolyn Ritchie of Molly
rah Hill Mrs. Chuck Wright of
Anniston, Ala., Miss CimlieBobbett
1 of Tampa MISS
G'f n,z k l n Becky Bradford of Miami and
Miss Connie While of West
I Virginia.
II II [lEC1AIC
EYE

.. EIECTAONIC Ryan FrickCelebrates
::
02 PLASTIC TUBE C GALAXY>< I

SKI 2 REG.:9T .LUAIT ONE 11NCH Oscillating,
& 9
6 cRID
16Inch'FAN 1 st Birthday
.I 3 Speed 4
1ANL0110N. Ryan Frick son of Mr. and
r 5 UN : Mrs. Ricky Frick, celebratedhis
?A
,
,:.. EasrRDII first birthday Sunday,
3 Blade 3 Spud, August 3, with a hamburger
4 Tamper-Proof- -* cookout at the home of Mr.
MIt. II 1V \\ WHEELS and Mrs.W.J.Frick of Starke.
'd' OZ. ONE Grill Easy To Clean' POLAROID
\\1 ( .\ SCOPE 24 l' out The a cake"WinnietheHooh"theme. and decor carried

R 839" SUPER SHOOTERMOUTHWASH .
$3688
:: No. 2151 Guests included Mr and
REG, ,
4VT Mrs. Harper and
*' ;rf., -'" *"' Wane and Mrs.'Elzie'
,, 24.95 Timmy
12"FANNo Sanders, Eric and Paul, Mr.
L... $2488 and Mrs. Dent Camp Mr. and
OR
SCENTED 2160 Mrs. Eugene Pearson and
01. UNSCENTEOIIMIT B ? Michelle Lee.
6
SURE ONE I 79 SWINGER RUBBERIZED CANVAS arrived Patti from and California Ryan recently for an

GRILL Rubberized"b. ."' .. extended visit in Starke.
DEODORANT SURF canvai. Ricky is on temporary duty In
.

Hind rope ill around.TIKI
". CHROME FILMSALE Misawa, Japan and upon his
BAKED ENAMEL BOWL return will be stationed in

RIDER .. Pensacola.

TILT ; Km 10-JO, KR12420KR13520 Lawsons Hold

22"CUT SELF PROPELLED HOOD 2988 KM 13520I79 25th ReunionThe

REG. 5 25th annual Lawson
\ MOWER 39.99. / REG family reunion was held
AEG. Sunday al the home of Mr, and
f ,... 2.15
David Lawson on
Mrs. .
3.5 H.P.Briggi& Stratton cycle motor
% Adtwublacutting' height from t"te'J g 7.99 Brownlee Road
3"f Among the 67 attending
those from out-of-town were:
8 8 S / EH135.20 FILM RED. 2.75 2"KMA464 Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Woodhum,
4I\
,
TORCH .GIB MOVIE REG. 3,35' 2** Mr. and Mrs.,Tommy Kiesler
Gail Harris
and Mrs.
REG. ..... ,!. ,. Mr. and Mrs.
i Provides Romantic REG. ILA464 MOVIE REO ..E9'3f Jacksonvillej
,
[IE I . ,' and Mrs. J.
Glomoue of the u.wson Mr.
d 3 12 ,
J 4.99. .
'r5 South Setai'to.yowr, IIIJ' 11.98. .. ''Etchlnson, Mr..and (Mrs. bud
I y Dukes" and Mrand Mrs,
Garden, Patio or FAMOUS BRAND '
'' COTTON REG. 9.99 Barbecue ar.a MEN'S & LADIES'NwL Sherron Turlington of
B Burnt Tiki torch Auburndale; Mrs. Charles
GRASS CATCHER 811 fuel or kerotene 17 A 21 JEWELWATCHES i Lawson Tallahassee; Mr. and

Comes with tubular Mrs Bill Morar, Panama
metal for City; Mr. and Mrs Joe Jor-
r :: : pole easy
: .., HEAVY DUTYPOWER installation v dan, Live Oak; !Mr. and Mrs.
; REG. 24.88 i Canington and
Weyman
h. EDGER r grandson, Chad, Bainbridge
1 2-H.PBngg&Slratlomm t Ga.; Leonza Canington.
8 8 SPINNING
_
I Meke.lewnedgngap""lurenot, REG 1 ROD & l Donaldsonville Ga., and Miss
a chore. !Myra Lawson, Dothan Ala.
/ 99 97 P 2.49 REEL COMBO and their families.

WITH LINE
7988 DUPLICATE' BRIDGE
I FS-860 REEL WITH CLUB' RESULTS
,, DIE-CAST BODY WITH ft99frnh Dr and Mrs. J.H. Minesin-
12' GALLON MAROON BAKED MEN'S & ger were the winning couple at
ENAMEL
__ FINISH. LADIES Duplicate Bridge Tuesday
BOTH BLADES MOVE16INCHB1AUE PICNIC JUG MODEL E710 ROD night. Mrs.' F.J. Shaw and
/ i / 3 ODD Mrs. S.W. Hamilton' were

STROKES---PER....MINUTE.............. mouth For hot lor or eity cold tilling liquid mil Wide second. '

cleaning. Leek proof cip. HI SPINNING For lilt ltd tjou \now I

BLACK & DECKER waterMEN'S
REG. REELrCIL Mr. and Mrs Charlie
Wiggins and Mr. and Mrs.
1.11 138
,
HEDGE TRIMMER J.W,Timmerman of Stockton
'<':> TATAMI Ga. were Sunday guests of
DOUBLE g Mrs. L.D. Vining.Mr. .
_... '' INSULATED 8" @
tli I REG. 2488w SANDALS and Mrs. Orie Wiggins
1 visited Mrs. P.S. McMillan in

29.99 Hi.hq .IiIYprecision St. Luke's Hospital Sunday.
R I NON-RUST PLASTIC engineered holds 250- COMFORTABLE

CAPISTRANOPLANTER REG 13.99 yd, 25-Ib.tin THONG STRAW TYPE SOLES WITH I IUMIS 188 Mrs. Annie Mae Ensor of
Jacksonville was Sunday
', REDWOOD ALUMINUM REG. 2,99 overnight guest of her mother,
I I I r'I: FOLDING CHAIR Mrs., Bertha, Pearce.
'

REDWOOD AND SQUARED 6 ,, ; DACRON Mr. and Mrs..Ogden Batesof
: 1 ALUMINUM TUBINGS. NEAVyDUTYnANrtRWnH 16 SLIP-ON Jacksonville were weekend
r' WATIR TRA IRS MADE '-I iff IN' i 7 ;1 WALK. guests of Mr and Mrs. Robbie
SOFTSANDALS
.
Of DURABLE RUST HOOF ANO '
Shaller.
ROT PROOF PLASTIC./ 'JI| I
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1 0 88 It.SHORTS Mr. and Mrs. Herbert

REG. REG.UI Thomas of Bradford i Street
12.BB RUGGED DURABLE! have moved to their camp in.,

RUBBERIZED ; ; tw the Scrub.
99YfuowalaaN.
FOLDING REG'488 2 Mrs. John Myers will enter
MATTRESS 1I: E WNiT[ Jacksonville NAS Hospital

CHAISE I: BEAM CONSTRUCTION FANCIES" SOLIDS IAnSTlTYlE Monday for surgery.
',- '
29 / X 74
ASSORTED COLORS Mr. and Mrs. Homer
$ ass / Stearns have returned from
6Aas 'OTH CH"'R' AND two weeks visit with 'J.W.
CNRINAVF 1988p I Mathews In Clinton, Tenn. Mr.
fAISTS :
,,, INFOACfO AAM 599 AEG. f ::: t .r:::.;::.:;.:.:*;.: :.:.:?: Mathews returned with the
REG. 24.88 9,99 Stearns for an extended, visit.
1fJ.\\\\\ i' Chuck Holtzendorf and

sip," WIDE NOME OR TRAVEL Wf; :; Film Prints Kodak Film s!1 1I Steve Crawford are on a canoe
/ 24 LONG NYLONSHOPPING. Kr':::' When you pick up your developed M trip on the Suwannee River
t' I I IRONINGBOARD :;:::::;j Get an extra set of prints with film end prints, buy two rolls of :: this week.
BAG
'ift every '01of l color .
or black and Kodacolor or black and white film :::
', mj;:g white film developed and printed for the Mr. and
regular price of one. f z Mrs. A.N. Holliday
REG, 7 c r:"<:'<TODAY, ..AND....yw EVERYDAY r. ...., < TODAY. .. AND.... EVERYDAY.. :.:.:::ox. have returned from two weeks
I t 8.19 49 STRONG AND COLOR- 6 8. *1:::: ::::::::::;<:::;::; ::IX:::: ::::::::: : ::::::::: m?:: :::: irrat:; : ; :::;;f#: :::;::1-r.::: : t.f:1: ;:::'f-ffl.::.f..".. ......W.w:,;.;:.:: Canada.vacation, to Cape Cod, 'and

r8'1"THICK
'lJmfil
(;
f 1mfilrrJ
Mr.
and Mrs. Bob
PADDED COVERED. .t..JUi1.U&.JIl: OO: CI' L.IoLIWLiJ'! and family of Black, Ala.Enfinger were

BUTANE LIGHTER 1 1..S.l' :l.] I.._--s' Starke, ,Fla. _83 ut Sunday Herlon,.visitors.of Mrs." W.F.

RICDAT A IITC II ri ,EARLY. .
BYGARRITY -
SOME
DISPOSABLE REC, REAL KILL 'ITEMSLIMJTID Mrs.: R.P. McLendon

INDOOROUTDOORPLUS = SUPPLY months returned in Friday'arter,Tennessee and Iwo

LIGHTER 1'98yy 12 9 North Carolina visiting.
relatives.'
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; ebiTORiAl'f LETTERS TO .J'



The Simple- Life 4 AHHOOOi BUSHEP//I K n' /jI'M THE EDITOR... j :



All over the land people, like you and motive,with which one can empathize.

me, are passively and actively seekingthe ( rs' I am concerned about our can do. Unless they are ;i'
,
simple life. The great farm to city drug problem-no, not only for prescribed, drugs are :
Evident also is the need for rental H/k
\ \ ruin
but they 'you
exodus of the 1950's and 1960's has \ my own, for yours and dangerous; ; !
housing for middle income residents of c- everyone else's children. I lam they overpower you life and 1.1
reversed itself. the county. More young Bradford ; concerned because when I Soul; they tear you apart andIt

County natives are staying home, while was a teen in. California I sawa takesfaith and will power to I'
New Census Bureau studies, according people are moving into the county' from town such as this become a quit, and then whoever you gotit :r
drug town. I had a brother from can blackmail you if I
to the
Time-Life publication
all directions. These people are now who used it and also sold it. He you let them. They can also
Money, show that in the eight most being forced into mobile homes. There is became so deeply involved in weaken you to sell it or buy it, '1

populous metropolitan areas of the no alternative for the young family just drugs it was easy for him to or else. Trying to scare you? <,.
country (New York, Los Angeles, Chicago starting out. steal and almost kill to buy it. No! I hope it does though,
,Philadelphia, Detroit, San Francisco 1 After about 15 years, he tried because only you can never r.
to quit-as we used to say "He start or quit. Don't believe 'j
Boston and Washington, D.C.) 664,000 It is evident, too, that any such apart- tried to get the monkey off his me? Why would I make up ,'?
more people moved out than moved in ment complex likely would be located i back." He suffered Lord, how something like this? Believeme

during the early 70's. This 1.2 per cent somewhere in Starke or on its pen he suffered lost weight and I care. I have eight ',

population loss compares with a gain of phery, close enough to take advantage of became nothing, yet a lot children and I care for them .
than what and teach
more he was them that we must
2,048,000, or 5 per cent, during the1960's. the city'swaste treatment plant.It before. He went straight for be strong. I try to be a good '1.j

It was the first time since 1900 about three years; then, after parent. No, we have not the :
that the surge to the cities not only doesn't take too much foresight to a while, someone planted best but we have Love and i

halted but went into reverse. see'' the time 'when such development,, some heroin in his workingvan. believe me it is Love. We \
He was picked up and chastise when needed and we
will be annexed into the city as future placed in jail. His last phone all believe in God. We don't
Nonmetropolitan counties those withno residents demand more of the services call clearly said, "I'll never belong to a church becauseour
sizable towns or cities nearby gained only the city can adequately provide make it out alive." He knew life is no Bible story and ,,1

2.1 per cent in population because of fire protection, sidewalks, paved you can only get away for a mostly men dominate our
movement of between April 1970 while then the ones who places of worship. But we +
people
collection
streets, garbage police protection furnished it for the sellers know our Creator and love .
and July 1973. etc... It is possible the county came again. About 2 a.m, we Him deeply and First.
will provide these services, since it is INOw, WHEN pl D were notified he had hung 1 could tell a lot but not :
The figures speak for themselves. Yet just now getting into garbage collection e himself in his jail cell. We enough room for it, alii can (,S
they refer to only those persons who service and fire protection: a+ sEE ;yaws asked, Why? You see, in those say is please don't turn onto .
.
three he It is not There
from years became a drugs. good. a re ,i
have made the move cityto
actually ,I
landscapes He loved trees other ways to have fun. Nowise
country. For those, there must be The least likely prospect is for thingsto. flowers and nature. He was so guys please. Life is too

scores who have passively or actively stay as they are now. i involved in nature it was hardto short. Look at it fly by and J
investigated the possibility of making believe he would commit remember whether you're on
suicide. He loved our land and drugs or not, there's only one
such a move, Money states. will be the
Increasingly important
/ God again and then this trip left and you'll also answer :
protection of zoning codes and the happened to him. Why do I tell for it. 4
I Small rural north Florida counties, necessity of planning, both of which you this? Am I not ashamed? Turn in any dope pushers ;;
such as Baker, Bradford, and Union, are Bradford County has started. The Cityof No, I am not, I love you you know. You'll do them a .,
"the to urban residents tryingto whoever you are. I care favor
country" Starke is still dragging its feet on -.BeatrizCarlerattend
because I know what drugsSENIOR
escape the increasingly frenzied pace these matters and it is more necessary coo

of south Florida's burgeoning popula-. than ever that the city get up off its .of' I
tion. Florida has been likened to a glass haunches. ,,) \ CITIZENS ::1 IAn

being filled with water; the state is ,, '., ',.' ,(,\1; ;I'lt"Ii ., Improvement in attendance our next meeting to

being filled with people from the bottomup. Ask any real estate agent, anyone I ;II" ':'Jf>"/ was noted at our last meet Dr. Bob McMannis and .i* I

North Florida is just now beginning who gets around the county a bit, and ?. .. ) r.l meeting.members have Many been of absent our register Alachua for these County classes. Information :.

to feel the crowding. they'll tell you the place is growing. because of illness. We pray and Referral I'
People are moving in, and people bring l \I that all of you will be well Service which covers a 10-
Should we awaken from our idyllic change. What we must do is make the ( soon. We miss you and need county area in north central Crisis'',

stupor, it is not hard to realize that our best of what is going to happen.The you all. Florida, will haw 7
24
life" is *r lv: It was voted unanimouslythat Center telephone service i
"country slipping away., a box lunch will be served hours a day (Ino charge Call :/
recession delayed many persons r. at our August 26 meeting.' 18003423400. More information f. '
who might have already moved from Information from "Quar- will be available at
It was with mixed emotions that we metropolitan areas. With the expected terly Newsletter" Santa Fe our club meetings. :

sat through last week's zoning board recovery, activity, which has never Community College Senior Joe Kerrigan was elected to
meeting in which residents of the East be Citizens without teeth or' attend a three-day conference J
entirely stopped,can expected to pick
broken
whose dentures are
Starke and Edwards Road area pro- on aging in St. Petersburg ut
up again. cracked or don't fit properly.
the end of October to re-
reclassification for
tested the apart- There is a reasonable charge evaluate the results of the 1975
ments of 15 acres of land just west of the People will be moving into the rural for these services, headed by session of our legislature.

Starke city limits. The residents want to areas around Jacksonville and Gainesville i' 'Stanley Lolzkar. D.D.S., Many Senior Citizens leaders
-
fJI3UI3WliJGJ0f'liJTUliJUWt! College of Dentistry at U of F. the Coalition of Florida .
the itt
keep their quiet neighborhood way
but most probably will still find it County Agents syoi ,, Starting Aug. I 1. anyone in of the
The Organizations Aged t t.teacher's t.
20 .
the
been for
has past zoning '
years.
10 necessary to live, within commuting dis-j need can call 392.2937 andl.tdenUfy
directors of
.. .' groups,,
bui/. board, looking 'at Hh.J.; long ,range tance of their jobs. But they'll still want'to ( ?;' i ,">>notebook Bobby. I ,.. I themselves- a social progrpms,. legislative

development of the county' ;unanimouslyvoted get back as close as possible to the Taylor denture patient., leaders: consumer activists

over the protest, to reclassify the simple life of their past. By William S. Haas .J.'A.. Homemakers The chairman CUBB of reports the the Florida Council on Aging
SerylceOfflcerWidows and all citizens interested in
property. that this group has filled a Senior Citizens alfairs will

The change is coming. We must plan, and minor childrenof Looming in the near future specialists believe you should definited need. Elderly or ill discuss ways and means to
we must make the best of what is to honorably discharged this fall, is a time of decisions. consider feeding the yearlingsout persons in need of help call improve health care.
Desire of the residents to keep their come so that Bradford County will, 10 or veterans who served 90-days Worried over winter feed yourself, either at a Peggy Barnett at 964-7684. Medicare Medicaid. nursing

i nice, quiet, friendly neighborhood as it 15 years from now, still be a nice place to or more on active duty duringa supplies, the cow-calf custom feedlot or on your Classes through Santa Fe homes home care and
has been is entirely understandable wartime period are entitledto producer must decide how and farm. Feedgrain prices this Senior Citizens Project'' will recreational activities.,
a live. death pension benefits, when to market his 1974 and fall will determine the start again in early Sept. Our next meeting will be
providing they do not exceed 1975 calf crops, and how feasibility of this strategy. We had a very good response August 12 at I p.m. at the
the annual income limitationof deeply to cull his cows. This year's calf crop from our membership this Pratt Street Recreation
I No Input, No Output $3,000 for widow living presents an even bigger past year. All interested Center*
alone, and $4,200 for widow Problems facing cowcalfmen problem. Forward con- persons 60 or over should Joe Kerrigan.industry's .
with dependents. this fall are serious, and tracting may or may not be
Not a day goes by but that somebody The way things are going now you Under current law, the solutions are practically non successful. If it isn't and if you
is griping about the City of Starke their wouldn't know there is an election on. Of death pension may not be paidto existent. How the cowcalfman have available feed you Local Banker Named To Post I

outrageous utility bill, the bad roads, course it's early,and candidates could be the widow of a veteran, markets his cattle this should consider carrying your
unless she meets at least one fall will determine to a large calves through the winter. The
low voltage, unpaved or badly kept laying back until the last minute tryingto will J.E. Tomlinson. Nice- legislativeoice
of the following additional extent when he return to a calves will command greater
streets, loafing city employees... The list use all the strategy they can muster. requirements: more profitable situation. prices per pound as they In- president of the Florida Bankat and helps to facilitate bunker
is endless. 1-Must have been marriedto Conditions this fall hinge crease in size and become Starke, has been appointedto education inter-bank communications -
But if things stay this quiet, if there is him for a period. of one yearor greatly on feedgrain prices. A more attractive to the cattle serve on the "'loridaBanker's' and public
stuffedto such lack of interest in longer large corn crop would be feeder. Placing these calveson Association'sOperations relations. More than 4 This is the time for somebody a city politics, conducive to cattle feeders Committee according (hankers Irom all areas! of thestale
the gills with city government to do there is not much chance conditions 2-Must have been marriedto placing more cattle on feed, feed or during growing the them first to S.L. Peek Jr., volunteer their time and
something about it. Just eight days within the city will improve.How him for any period of time if thus maintaining feeder quarter through the summer are president of the local bank. a child was born of the levels.If The Florida Banker's helping the Association accomplish -
remain in which to qualify for two city prices close to currect alternatives that open up after
commission seats, or the post of cit.yclerk refreshing it would be to see a marriage, or if a child was the feedgrain crop doesn't the first of the year. Association is the state trade these goals and by
her and the veteran
born to organization representingover working together hope to
meet USDA predictions,
falter
Last the bigger
or police chief.If candidate with an issue, be he incum- before the marriage. prices will be higher, causing calves year that ,went directly to 740 commercial banks in improve banking services to
bent or newcomer, that would make the Application for benefits unattractive feeding marginsand slaughter generally broughtmore Florida. The Association is the the public.
city a better place to live. should be made by completingVA reduced demand for per pound than thinner
you don't like the way things are form 21-534 as accuratelyas calves and yearlings.The calves.

going, now is the chance to do something If the voters have a choice, if there is a tention possible.should Particular be paid to the at- customer cow-calf, the feedlot man's Marketing cows this fall will GF To Open Office ,I

about it. What the city needs more than lively contest between two hardworking item which asks if the widow operator, is still reluctant to present beef some problems will also. 1
Higher imports put
anything else is an infusion of spirit from candidates, they'd probably turn out to lived continuously with the place lightweights on feed. downward pressure on cow In Lake Butler
its citizens. Nothing would liven up the vote. With things as quiet as they are veteran from date of The cattle feeder wants the prices.Probably. i

city so much as a good hard-fought city now, there is little to bring Average This marriage question to date is directed of death.to heavier feeders so he can the most im- Guaranty Federal Savings U.S. Government."Our .

'election.'You probably wouldn't make a Citizen out of his lethargy.We any legal separation, or an and shorten turn the over feeding cattle numbers period, protant breakeven practice costs.is to Know know anti Loan Association has Board of Directorswill
at commissioner's $200 your received permission to announce the details of
profit a per intended continuous in his yards more rapidly. exactly how much it costs to openan
month salary, but it shouldn't cost any- forget, ''we won't get any more separation which may have Increased supplies, reduced produce a calf in your office in Lake Butler. the opening including per-"

thing other than a load of hard work and from city government than we put intoit. occurred.hospitalization Separation or overseas due to demand make and lower prices for operation and base your Home The announcement Loan Bank of from Atlantawas the sonnel Mr. Mizell in said.the near luture, 4
profit opportunities around
I. time spent. marketing strategy made B.F.Buds( ) The Board of Directors
duty should not be construedas the cow-calf man slim this this by
price.A
termination of the Mizell Jr., president of include: Fred H. Cantrell,
couples'
fall. Past marketing practicesof flood of cattle on the
I Inmate Named To State AA CommitteeA Federal. Gainesville William H,
coexistence. selling the calf "right off market this fall could be Guaranty ;
Please remember that VA the cow' will probably be a disastrous to the entire cattle "We are very proud to be Chandler. Gainesville; Doyle
Florida inmate member run out or money and was in" he said. regulations require evidenceof mistake this fall, according to industry. In the short run, low able to serve the fine people in E. Conner Tallahassee; S.G.
of Alcholholics Anonymoushas the process of getting more, proper dissolution of any the marketing specialists.What will result for both Lake Butler and Union Denmark, Starke; Tom
been appointed to serve on During the 10 years he has previous marriage before can you the cowcalfman prices feeder and slaughter cattle. In County," Mizell says.A Dobson, Gainesville; Harry C.,
state committee for the first Wilkerson HeadsCorrections served at Union Correctional will be built Duncan, Gainesville; E.L.
a recognition may be extendedto do then? First, try to will building 'on
the
long run, prices
time in the organization'shistory Institution ( UC1>, Raiford a current wife. All veterans forward contract your feeder remain until property secured at the cornerof Matthews Starke; B.F.,
according to Group Ralph has worked in the Hope who have a .claim file cattle for fall delivery with the depressed Northwest 2nd Avenue and Mizell Jr., Keystone Heights;
of OfenderRehabilitation R.F. Wilkerson was elected ,Group, the. UCI chapter of AA. established are urged to idea of locking in a small The shortages cow-calf eventually men still occur.in the West Main Street, at 175 West C.A. Pound, Jr., Gainesville;
Secretary president of the Correctional maintain current record of profit or al least salvaging cattle business at this time Main Street in Lake Butler. Earl Powers, Gainesville;
Louie B. Wainwright. which he marital status in order that In Guaranty Federal Savingsand W.N. Robinson. Gainesville;
Officers Association on the The state position, to your break-even price. lightof next year may well be the
The newly-appointed evening of August 4 at the was appointed July 7. is that of entitlement may be processed the declining market, it ones who choose to alter their Loan Association has A.J. Thomas, Jr., Ft.
,. member of the Florida Slate Union Correctional Institute taking minutes at quarterly timely. may be too late to get the price marketing practices from the three offices in Gainesville Lauderdale; John A. Torode
Committee for AA Identifies clubhouse. meetings and will enable If.you have anyquestion,, you need. If you can't contract traditional method of simply and an office in Starke and Starke; and board advisorsare
himself only as Ralph and Also elected were L.D. him to be one of 11 Inmate AA contact your Service,Office in .your yearlings for desired shipping calves to market Keystone Heights. : Ruby Johns, Starke;
a attributes his two 20-year Wilkinson, vice president, and members chosen from various the courthouse. prices, the marketingabout "right off the cows'';. "We wanted to extend our M.I. Rudderman and Leo J.
consecutive sentences for G.T. Tuskey, secretary- Florida institutions to attend services to our existing "Thomas, Sr., of Gainesville.
robbery to his former treasurer. .. the annual state AA con- Social Security Benefits Listed customers and assist in the Guaranty Federal Savings i
alcholism.. Each took an oath of office vention in Orlando July 31- orderly development of Union and Loan Association will
I "I was on a bender and had administered by T.L.. Moore?, ;:Aug.\L.pRIQ Bradford County residents one out of every four is child is a full-time student. County," Mr. Mizell said. celebrate its 20th Anniversaryon
collected social security J under 60. In Bradford County, He said that the office in July S, ,1976.
benefits at a rate of $323.000! a 1745people in that category are Starke will accommodate
month at the close of 1974. Other beneficiaries in the savings and loan customers
collecting Social Security
+ : :i: CO",.. Edward G. Copestake, SocialSecurity payments each month, with 18-22 age group are children,deceased of until the new; Lake Butler the OdiKS
disabled
,0 Y Manager in retired, or office is opened.
nearly 390 under 18 receiving'beteflta
mili .
o Gainesville reported. because a working workers who became disabled The Lake Butler office will ,,

m Of those beneficiaries 1,340 i father or mother has died or is 'before they reached, 22 and be handle many different savings ( TOR
r 'rI are retired workers and their getting Social Security who will probably never programs and will offer
0 able to work and become self- complete mortgage HIS GNI'
dependents Another 595 are disability or retirement a"Then
Xelfc Mrs rX/ BOB G. FERGUSON';- JOHN M. MILLER I receiving benefits as the benefits Most of the 55 supporting. The.continue benefits for In, origination services.
will
,
,/7Ol-* PublishersPublehea survivors 'of, :worken -who beneficiaries In Bradford these Guaranty Federal Savingsand
,. each: Thursday and entered as second Gas Miner at!the Post Office at Starfce 0'Fla. under Act have died, and 385 are getter County between 18 and 22 are definitely. Loan Association Is
benefits as disabled workersor getting student benefits under federally chartered, and .sea too easy. polltlcbuM -
of March 3, 1879. their dependents. a. provision in the Social The social security checks'Issued accounts are insured up to who softer from bone
Subscription ra.eln trade area: *6 per year; $3.50usmmth... in July, 1975, show an 8 $40,000 by the Federal Savingsand
that
I Copestake noted. .Security law that permits the troubles too much of it hi the j
Outside trade area: $7 : (4.00 six months.
per year per cent increase over last Loan Insurance Cor
although most Social Security continuation of a child'sbenefits of H taAugust
head Mid Ml eMnh
Phone 964-6306 "" tJtarke, Fla. beneficiaries are older people up to age 22I\ the year, Copesake said. poration, an agency of the t i back," L Lli




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Mr. and Mrs. R,W. Underill
and sons of India tlantic will
spend the weekend with their 5 pV E W f Tti gf
parents,. Mr. and Mrs. J.H. I Smllls 1 1in7
Moncrief. The Moncriefs had
as visitors Sunday to Wed- !le 1l
nesday their daughter, Mrs.
J.S. Walker and daughter; -
Cindy of Fort Lauderdale

Among the out-of-town
guests at the Tomlinson., --II-E.
Ritchie wedding last Friday
night were Mr. and Mrs. Earl f Quantity
Farnsworth of Daytona Beach
and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck
Wright of Fort McClellan,Ala.
.
E
John Stanwix-Hay has hf PEOP
entered his second session of BEEF
classes for four and five year
olds at the Florida State SAVINGS
Florida Museum on campus.the University Misses of YOUR KEY TO

Nancy Payne and Janice
Jockel also are participatingin
classes at the museum for PRICES GOOD AUG. 7 THRU AUG. 13 SAVE SOc Limit 1 with $7.50 or mor purchase..xcluding cigarette
their age groups. They are a
studying biological sciences 100 CT.
there this summer. LIPTON TEA BAGS PKG.YOUR 99C
r rKEYBV1fS .
Among those attending the -, flnr ,.
retirement ceremony on the ;
National Guard parade
VEGETABLEWESSON
ALL
grounds in St Augustine KEY TO SAVINGS- ASTOR
Friday for LTC Vincent J.
Spengler were Mrs Spengler, --------------------- COOKING OIL OIL
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish NEUMANN'SMAYONNAISE
ben. and Mrs. Charley Johns I

Mr.Mrs.and J C.Dukes.Mrs. John Mr.and Torode Mrs., SAVE $48

J.D. Warren. Mr. and Mrs. !I 41 wess ,, !

Mrs reception Rodney Richard Hall was and held Jockel.Mr.in and the A WITH a's-r 's $128 ,, 5.: :. ,

Olflier's Club following the I THIS I F JAR
JAR 1I 1/
:
.
ceremony. I 10e 32-oz.l SAVE 1
COUPON II Limit 1 oil of your choice with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes
Misses Cindie Bobbett of JARATYOURWINN
Tampa. Becky Bradford of I 26c I
:Miami and Connie White of I FOLGER'S A' ASTORCOFFEE
West Virginia were last DIXIE I f / "
Friday overnight guests of L GOOD THRU AUGUST 13------------J I i r COFFEE
:Mr.and Mrs. Edwin Williams. s.ss ----- s L ,

Mr and Mrs W.S. Haas and THRIFTY MAID SAVEr L SAVE
family have returned from a
two and a half week trip to TOMATOES r :

Cleveland.relatives in Ohio and visiting around 9 8 LIB. 78 :

Cleveland and taking a trip to
:Niagara: Falls N.Y. Enroute CAN CAN
they toured the Smoky $
:Mountains Skyline Drive in SAVE Limit 1 coffee of your choice with S7.50 or.more purchase excluding cigarettes
the Shenandoah National 4 6-01.. 17c
Park visited the home of
CANS ,
Thomas Jefferson in W-D BRAND USDA GRADE 'A' QUICK'FROZEN
Charlottesville. Va., and
\Villiamsburg. Va. BROAD BREASTED
.. _
Capt. Mickey Dansby of
Maxwell AFB. Montgomery ASTOR 7 TURKEYS
Ala. spent the weekend with
Mrs. Dansby and daughterand s '- '
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with his parents Mr. and FRUIT COCKTAIL .
:Mrs R.O. Dansby. '
aft r
Mrs E.M. Davis spent last
week with her sisters. Miss
Mamie Anderson und Mrs. I.. //I 'jll'' \ '10 .. ,
Pauline Stone in Archer. SAVE AND l II,

Weekend guests of Mr and I 6-oz. $1 rp+vi ali tai ::59

were Mrs. Tom Mr Casey and Mrs.and Danny family CANS 17c ., UP

of Thompson.Jacksonville Kevin and Brian


Kevin and Scott Mcintyre of
Ponta Vedra visited their CALIFORNIA .
J.H.grandparents DuPre. last Mr week.and Mrs. JUMBO < ---- SAVE $1.2O ON 15 LB. TURKEY'


Mr and Mrs Alex Hun- 289 MILD CURED (WATER ADDED) HICKORY
nicutt and children of CANTALOUPES WD BRAND USDA CHOICE"BEEF BONELESS CUT

Shieveport.Thursday guests La. are of Tuesdayto Mr. and FULL SMOKED HAM
Mrs. John A. Reddish. Round Steak sI88WD 1

Mrs Herb Johnson and son MRS. SMITH'SMELLO SHANK
of Tallahassee visited her
parents. Mr and Mrs R.R. RICH PIES PORTION
Chism. Tuesday and Wednesday BRAND USDA CHOICE"BEEF E Z CARVERib 98 BUTT

CHOCOLATE, LtMON OR COCONUT Roast.sl 98 SAVE LB. PORTION

and Mr Mr and and Mrs Mrs R.A. Wilbur Colson vI i Ifl,,, I 21c lB *1 O8

Waters and daughter. $1 La.wE .
I Deanna, returned last
.
Thursday alter two weeks !L Vii, W D BRAND USDA c BEEF BONELESS
:. WD BRAND PURE (WHEN YOU PURCHASE 5 OR 10 LB. HANOI PAK)
camping trip to Blowing Rock.
!I.l'; Enroute home they PIES, i '$149
I
visited i Six Flag over Georgia. &f m Stew Meat tB. Grnd. Beef LB. 78C

Connie Chasteen is in
Shands Teaching Hospital for
VINE
observation and treatment.
W-D BRAND, WD BRAND USDA CHOICE' BEEF BONELESS EYE
Mrs Walla Lipsey underwent TOMATOES 29c
surgery for a broken LB Franks ?I. 89
hip Saturday 'a: Alachua Round Roast sI98!
General; Hospital LB.

:Mrs James Montuoro and JIFFY ENTREESSALISBURY
daughter Christie of Tampa
spent the weekend with her
parents. Mr, and Mrs I\I.A. VEAL USDA GRADE "'"A FRESH FLORIDA' ALL WHITE
Baldwin MEAT LOAF, E ; -

Dr and Mrs RH. Adams BEEF PATTIE OR A' LGE. EGGS'
toured the Florida East Coast 59Cr
several days last week DOZ.

:Mr. and Mrs. Jim Baley of ._---- 99PINEBREEZE
Asheville !N C.. Mr. and Mrs i
Bill Breland and daughter of 1'
Glendale. Calif and Mrs Jan NHAI E ..
spending Douglas of this Tallahassee week with their are & ; 2-LB. .: o. 79
:
parents. Dr. and Mrs H.G. PKG.
Bellinger SUPERBRAND

Mrs W.A. Stern and Miss U.S. No. 1 REGULAR VENTVUfPOTATOES
Louise Stern attended the TWIN' POPS 12 ACK
wedding John of Miller Miss in Jeanene Macclenny Ruisto :. PKG 59,

Saturday night.
MAID ,FRENCH STYLE SAVE 23c '
LTC and Mrs. V.J. Spenglerand ,1,1G

visited Mrs.his Emma father.Badman R.L. BEANS" 3 '

Spengler in a nursing home in TEEN .
St Augustine Sunday and also 99THRIFTY CANS 88'Cj
visited Mr. and Mrs Joe 10
William Bettes and Spengler.Mr. and Mrs. : Y w. ,;


Dick Ritch of Jacksonvillewas !
Wednesday of last week BACONvT
luncheon guest of his grandmother .' .
Mrs. Carrie Ritch. w. .\: ,.. ,:. ; : f
anc also visited Mr. and Mrs. K.
,
H.C. Brown. .

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CIIUIUII ACTIVITIES LAWTEY. their Flossie grandmother Rosier last week., 'Mrs,V- Learning: The Community.fia W,

CIIUKCII OK GOD: Sunday ,
School 10 a.m. Worship Services by Elizabeth Terry Mr. and Mrs J." Robert I I'PI

11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest Mr and Mrs. Herm Kelly bon visited their son-in-law Essence Of
Wednesday KAITII 7:30: pm. visited their son-in-law and visited Miss Enza Blanchardin and daughter, Mr and Mrs. J. News
BAPTIST C1IUK- C, Beach of Jacksonville on :
fll:, Radio Program daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John a nursing home at Mac .
WPXE Starke 8 over Morris and daughter, of Hock clenny on Sunday afternoon. Sunday.Mr. :
Bible School 10 a.m.a.m. Sunday ville Ind.? for a week. They They also visited their cousin and Mrs Robert Smith Nature's BeautyAh By EUsabeth Givens Wittier ,
Services Worship went to Christman, III. while Carr Colley in Macclennywhile and family, Mrs. Nellie
Prayer Meeting 11 a.m. and 7:10::: p,rn. there and on their return trip there. Wilkinson, and Mrs. Daisy ..... Elder and Mrs Lee Grtffm"welcome The joint revival was a ,"

7:30: Bible Wednesday they visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Boch and Lynn were Sunday their daughter Miss success' Baptism wasj; held "
p.m
GRA'F i .: Study. Allinder and family, in After an extended tour of dinner guests of her son-in-law group of teachers, got Gloria J. Griffin of ,Forest- Sunday, July :27. Ki\e !
'
MKTIIODISTi: UNITED I : I Madisonville, Kv. Georgia Tennessee and North and daughter, Mr. and Mrs long and planned a ville, Md. and her friend Miss members were added to1.:; ,-
9:4: : Sunday School Rev. Jim Hall and Miss Carolina Mrs. J. P'Wyrick I of Tom Whaley and family. in the to provide a Charline Jasper far' a week. Johns' church 1'011.'Iw/ nl- '
a.m.Sa.mWorship: and 7:30: Services 11 Arthurine Blanchard visited Tallahassee spent the i between various Gloria's brothers Horace Beers I pus lm' mid iny'MII'ucntbera r ji'ji'I
: : United
Methodist pm. her sister, Miss Knza Blan- weekend with her sister; Miss Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey and Mr the areas and the outside Curtis and Veron accompanied r arc grateful to nil .
,.. Choir Fellowship Practice 7:30: chard al Baker County )Elizabeth Terry while' the and Mrs.\ D. R. Brown and The area of land was them back to who came to nuiKc .Ihis acliwty : ,!
p.m.Wednesday. 7 p.m. Nursing Home at Macclenny Carters and their grand- Cynthia were Saturday for the nature center Forestville lor. a two,, week a success. H;.
UNITED' : on Wednesday. children spent the weekend at overnight guests of her so work continued lor a vacation Zionlev: : ,:. (Innill :
\VOiMKN: METHODIST Mr and Mrs. Wade Kirby Strickland's Campground at daughter, Mrs.\ Wyolene Day of years, but interest Hl'I I llich.inl ,\'
Tuesday met Mrs.\at the church on and children, of Moulton, Ala, Kingsley Lake. They returned .ol' Jacksonville. faded and the NAACP MEETING Ih'thl'paslor\ St-rvjci')
Frances and Mrs. Opal Kirby of home to Tallahassee on been dissolved" said schedule us follows;: Church t
Frank Hamilton Coss was in charge Mrs. Russellvillc Ala., and Terry Sunday afternoon Michele\ Lee of Jacksonville that Bradford County''' Chapter School at Ida. .;('1I1II1IIUI1IIII1 ::;
devotional. gave the Carter, of Lawtey spent the spent the week with her wasn't until the State NAACP will hold a mass service at II a.m.; Con- "
Mrs. Wilma week v>ith Mr.\ and Mrs. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vogler grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. they of Education meeting Sunday Aug. 10. at linu.ilion of communion ti:4
Wainwrighl There gave the Barrett and family of and family of New Smyrna Gene Pearson plans to provide 7:30: p.m. instead of 8 p.m. All service at t 4 p,m. Tinpublic i is ,
ladies program. were about 18 Highland. Mrs; Wade Kirby is spent last weekend with their to district and in members and interested invited to intend. :&
.present.III.IILAND the lormer Miss Gloria Anderson parents, Mr, and Mrs. Doc Mr.\ and Mrs. Andy Harveyand door school environmental citizens are invited to attend. ;New; Krthcl Baptist C'luirch.
RAP'rlsTl'llt'It'il of Lawtey. Mosley. Their daughter April their nephew GreglIa'vey. programs that The meeting will be held at llov. Leroy Davis pastor.eekly ,:
: Sunday School !)::45a.m. Mr.\ and Mrs.\ Wayne stayed until Friday with her of Perry spent the was renewed in 1973. Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. \\ ] !services U-uin withPra.ver t"
and Worship Services 11 a.m. iustafson of Green Cove grandparents( at which time weekend with their parents, just is hoped that this Church at the corner of / meeting and Hiblc t
7 p.m Prayer Meeting 7 Springs spent the weekend they took her home and stayed the K.C. Ilarveys, and the will continue in the Crosby and Pine Streets with class Thursday' 7l:::!( p.in, ,
p.m; ; Wednesday.NOItTIISIDR with their parents, Mr. and until Saturday afternoon. Charles Starlings. to help us keep aware the Rev Thomas DeSue, a Saturday. III 7,30:: church I
(' : IIAPTISTII11UII Mrs\ Bill Dobbs and family Mr and Mrs Glen Shuford importance of the en- native of Starke and Bradford conference. Siindav: MTV ices I,
: Sunday School 10 and their Grandparents, Mr, Mr. and Mrs Ronnie entertained in honor of their and to each individual County, speaking. will begin'al !9:45): >: a.nl with
and a.m. Worship Services I 11 I a,m._ and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Harper and son, J.J. of daughter, Nancy's 7th Birthday us that conservation The regular meeting of Dell church! School.! Monimn\ / t
7:1\:: \) p.m. Prayer Meeting Ulyses Robertsof Miami Daytona spent Saturday af on Friday. There were 18 with wise use of our Chapter 168'i11 have its serviccutita.nt.l'onuuunam :;F.
Wednesday 7:3(1:: () p.m.PERSONALS came by to see his brother and ternoon ilh their grand- children present They played plant resources is essential regular meeting Aug. 14 al 8 ,;service ill 6Lnr.l,:: Visitors! arcalw.iy ..:
'; sister-in-law Mr\ and Mrs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl several games supervised by In'the ever-changing world," p.m. in the Masonic hall on welcome. '
: Kdward Roberts and family, Prevail.. Sheri, Vickie Nicula, Marla being McGriff. Brownlee Street All membersare Rbinoi'iltiHKl| vhtir-
They went with him to visit Norman, and Donna Carter. asked to attend ,'h.Hl'Ll'I'O Uirt is. ixislor.Wednesday .
Mr.\ and Mrs\ Bill Caskins their (Grandmother Mrs\ Mrs. Pierce Crews attended After she opened her gifts, use' The True Church of God in night prayer.. ,
and daughter spent the Becky Wilson, of Pineknot, the wedding of Miss Sandra they were served cake and ice Unity Elder Sampson While meeting .nut Hibli-. (Cl.is-,
weekend with their brotherinlaw week. and Bob Richie of combmcd. Church School. will
Ky., for a Tomlinson cream. The pastor. Prayer Band is held
and sister, Mr.\ and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. David Johnsonof Daytona at First Christian Mrs. C.R. Crews spent the each Monday at 7:30: p,m, conclude services I fur the d.i.v
File ReId and son, Macon\ Atlanta Ga. and Mrs. Ruby Church of Starke on Friday week with her son-in-law and Wednesday night Terry which bt'Uins ill lo ii .in); ',1
(ia. Their Mother, Mrs. O.J. Lee of Jacksonville spent evening. They plan to returnto daughter Mr. and Mrs. of service, Friday night prayer IUuluiservices will i !Ie held,, ,
,
Phillips oho spent three Tuesday afternoon with their First Christian College in Tommy Clayton, and son Tomof t"r meeting and preaching ser the third Sunday >
\I l'l'ksI Ilh I the Itedds cousins, Mr. and Mrs.\ (.J, Atlanta Ga. Jacksonville. They broughther t vice. Sunday services will Ml. .ti 1.'lah.d\ ;... ) I'li-iisunl. .
returned home with them on Anders. home Saturday afternoonand under begin with Church School at 10\ Grate, I'nitoil :Mi-llimlisl 1
Sunday The Ladies of First Baptist We are very happy to report ate supper with her. a.m., 11 a.mand 8 p.m. Chin-til Parish. IU-v \\ Ilhl'
Chul'chlere hostesses tor a that Mrs. Robert Lee returned Mr and Mrs. Clyde Wain- for Still pa; !>tnl'. Service schrdiiliis
bridal shower for Mrs.\ Wayne home from Baptist Hospital in wright and family of Eaton r Greater Allen! ('hap1t.E. as lollows1: :Ml. :Mnn.ili ;
Gustafson of Green Cove Jacksonville Saturday after Park spent some time with ".!\ Church, Rev. K.C.Heastie. Choir rehearsal is held rued, '
Springs at the church Friday having been there as a patient their mother, Mrs, Wilma pastor. Weekly WI'hll'Mlny liftorc I lie lirst t ,S
night. Alter some games she since; May 23. Wainwright. Their children Its, service began with prayer and third Sunday: Srrvu-cs I,.
opened her gifts. They then attended the Vacation Bible Jerry meeting and class meeting will ('ndllh :.Suml II\: .sihool:.
served refreshments. There Mrs.\ Pierce Crews, Mrs. School at Grace United ; July 29. The Junior choir ill Pleasant Crove vvickl.vservices
were :35 present. Ruby Jewel Atwood and son Methodist during the week. Lynn t rehearse Aug. 8 al 7 p.m. ul begin with III-.I.M-I' :. I
('raigSmith, son of Mr. and Edwin and Mrs. Onie Mr and Mrs. R.W. Edwardsof the church. Sunday service nueliin.oillusd.iv i infill/ I ,
Mrs.\ A.Q. Smith of Auburn- Thornton visited their Jacksonville spent Saturday .They begin with Church School at 10 Thursda.v/ night i is liiltle study\ I : '
dale came home with Terri) brother-in-law and sister Mr with their parents Mr. a.m., Mormng'service at II Church School is al 10 11 m.i I'i i
4f Ask a and Virginia Massey and and Mrs. Waldo Pringle of and Mrs. Bennett Wilkison, a.m., and 5:30: afternoon Greater i Itl't Illl' IllIlll I ;,
spent two weeks ith (them, Worthington Springs.' All of Sr service. At 7:30: p.m. the mass ri-i-\\ill" Baptist1'hureh. Civ.Kispcr :, ;
Charley them went picnicking on New Mrs. Paul Lock and children meeting of the Bradford \\illiiiius" pastor'
Mrs. Beulah Norman and River Monday. went to visit her mother and County Branch of NAACP v ill Sol'MCIschedule as lollous,"
1 :Mr. and Mrs.\ Danny Norman dad. Mr. and Mrs. Tate Tay- Strickland be held. :Moiula.v night. Tun' 'lulx' a"d!
E. attended the wedding of their Miss Berta Stoudenmire of lor, and will spend two weeks team The annual Men's\ Day l' hl'l'l' BlIll'd.11: ; .' )jnrlTuesda.v '
niece Miss\ Linda Sue Norman Jacksonville spent Saturday with them. In Pine Level program will be held Sunday. ,.' III j..hl I'rdyr I ,,
John. and Hick Hcibert of to Thursday with Miss Martha Mrs. Pierce Crews and her ,team Aug. 24. The Baby contest ill nici'tinti. Wedneslltt' infill' r
Louisville, Ky. on July 26th. Smith and her parents. niece Mrs. Ruby Jewel At- : August 10 end Sept. 24. Success dependon ('holl'0: I ii'hiMis.ilThursd.iv ;
"A careless act can cause' Mrs.\ !Norman; came back by wood visited her sister-in-law, -An the cooperation ol : nijilit llnI I .II ies ,
another person to lose his!! bus but Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Mrs. Mable Sapp who John Strickland everyone. Circle tonight i will nurtKrid.i.v
of the Pine
-ight..Iiis ma.sculinity..and camped for a w cck and visited Carter and daughter Shelly returned to her home last as pastor r .' niiihl.pl'a.MT It.iiMnuelinu : \
the Mountains\ returned .Columbia, S.C. weekend at Branch. I Baptist Church the last l'hul'l'h'h.: ...\ willIn
Smoky and to Long
vault ,
in
I a law, suit for tiallmburg.-; Tcnn.t! on .their alter spending several days Mr and Mrs. Lonnie Teston in June and this Sun- .;:';#John., \ !Missionary; Ill-Id al !I'MI:: lUll ; IIIKIIIIIIL' f'sun'lel'
t SIOO.OOO; orfVraore.; ; be : August,3v gave his fare- Ha ( hUrlb, Hev. Willie. uIIIIIIIlIU'I.IIIIII"'I'\\. : ,
.J)e way homrj with ,:IhelRK'nWher. .Mrs., and Mr. and Mrs Earl Teston< pUsk> < '
grade
uual $10,000 personal ...il'rs. ", Flossie Rosier */f- __ v t. visited Michelle '. Brown,, address to the church. Hulfrriam. pastor, Lawteyi be $t'nl'ltl'UP. !' i2-ii:!:';! "JI|i Its'ESviting _
liability policy is no longer Darlene I "Norman _., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.H .' Strickland has ac "'la. 'C urch School begins : servici-I al i I. "pin,
entertained at a family birthday more a position with the each Sunday al 10 a.mi:
Cadet Bryan Cowan of New Brown at Medical Center
adequate. Can the Charley party honoring her son of a Christian School and Morning service at 11 a.m. .. "
London.Conn, and Alan Smith Gainesville, on
11 Johns Agency increasemy his Kth Those Hospital plan Baptist Church service IN MEMORY .
Jim on birthday. of Jacksonville visited Saturday afternoon. Our Afternoon ; al :tp m.
Comprehensive present were his great Mr He will be teach- each second and lourth In loving memory of our dear
Bryan's grandparents are with her.
Personal Liability to grandmother Mrs Lissie and Mrs.\ J.F.) Robertson on prayers Mr. and Mrs. James Waters the school and working Sunday Prayer Band meets beloved husband father grand
:Marling, of Jacksonville and ( pastor in the each Monday al noon. Combined father and brother Ben McDou
$100,000..even.! $1,000.000 his grandmother Mrs.\ Elsie Saturday. spent last weekend at a Blue films, ) Prayer Meeting\ and paid Sr.: who departed this life
for just a few dollars more :Norman: great grandparents Mrs.\ Gayle Todor and sons Grass Convention at Lavonia, and Strickland came to the Bible class meets each five years ago August 6, 1370.
premium?" :Mr. and Mrs.\ Harry of Rio De Janeiro, Brazil and Ga.Mrs.. Joyce Futch of Black- Level Baptist Church in Wednesday at 6 pm. Choir Sleep on darling and lake yom
ilkerson; his aunt Mrsi Carl Jeff Torode who has been shear, Ga. and Starke was a 828"A 1970 and this last June rehearsal is each Thursday, rest we all love you but God
.. Charley E. :Norman and sons; Mr.\ and visiting them for 6 weeks Sunday dinner guest of her l"A his 5th year with before the second and fourth loves you best. Sadly missed by
Mrs.\ Marcus\ Griffis; and returned with them.They plan sisters Mrs. J.P. Wyrick and He would like to Sunday. your loved ones
JOHNS all the friends and A conference ill be held Alice &
AGENCY lankly: Mrs.\ Eugene Taylor to spend some time with her Miss Elizabeth Terry. Sunday many McDougald FamilyIf
and daughters; Mrs, Bill parents Mr\ and Mrs. Fred afternoon Mrs. Futch visited and that have made Friday Aug. 8. at, 7:30:: p.m.
,
f 131 SO. WALNUT ST. Anders and sons. Alter area five years happy and All members are asked to
.>J' Moore.\ her other sister, Mrs. C.E.
PHONE 084-5O7O opening his gifts, they served Strickland of Gainesville and attend.
'_u cake and ice cream. Mrs\ Thomas N. Curran and Mrs. Strickland returned to -
f family. Nick and Matthew\ of Lawtey with her and spent a Bible Film TeAt > Be Shown
f Now OpenSkating Fairfax Va. were visiting few days with Miss Terry. and
i be 7th Day Adventist ChurchThe

: Rink SUMCO & 3 BR HOMES any Arrow of Prophecy" is I film is a 30 minutes ;:

Ideal Permanent Homes presented by the Starke documentary on Bible
Hwy 100 E, t1 Blk. E. Of Red Light Keystone Heights! can Adventist prophecy and how it is being
j I River Or Lake Homes Weekend Retreats
on Sunday, August 10 fulfilled today and has been
Open SUMCO HOMES Are Built Under The Southern !\. fulfilled down through the J
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j. Mon Thurs 7:30-9:30: : Sat. 3.00-5:00: : Standard Building Code and Are State The centuries. lid I
EET There is no admission
Working
CQJ
!I 7:30-10.00PM: : 9:30-: 11:30: 7:30-9:30: : Approved and FHA ApprovedLOW to charge and the public is in- f2

9:30-11:30: :: Down LOW Interest] 9 at vited to attend.
Sun 3-5 Payment LOW Monthly Payments The church is located on the
1 Call Ua For Complete Information Without Obligations The east side of SR-230-A. one mile Sunday Sunday School.

*1" BildRite, Inc. Licensed General Contractors Cemetery east of the Bradford County 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship
Admission Per Session Hospital off of SR-230. For 11:00: am.; Church Training.
P. O. Box 86. Btooktr. Fta. Phont 49S-1921 will be a cemetery more information call 964- 6:15: s..
: Evening Worship
p.m.;
Includes Skates ti Area Dealer For SUMCO HOMES the Saturday August 9, 6467. 7:30
at 9 a.m. at the Law- p.m.
Tuesday Helen Masters\
Local 4-H'ers
Group. 10:00: a,m.; Lorena
concerned are asked

Fantastic Savings On -k and help. Participate In Darby Epperson Group Group 2:30: and p.m.Ida;

Lottie Moon Group. 7:30: p,m.
I, : l 11-15 State CongressCindy Wednesday "'amilyight! ;
Carrier Air Supper, 6:15: p.m.; Sunday 1
Conditioning Starke Bryan. Zed Hamiltonand School Workers Meeting,
Pine Grove Gene Joyner attended the R.A.'s G.A.'s. Acteens World
do Florida 4-H Congress at the Friends, Missions\ Friends

j New Low Prices MOBILE ,HOMES Methodist University of Florida last 6:45: : p.m.; "Hour of Power"
on week. Lowell Parrish, and Business Meeting. 7:30:
quahf' Grove Congregational Bradford County Extension p.m.; Church Choir 8:15: p,m.
'-
---- --------..-----. -- Call Now Church at Raiford Agent 4-H, Multi-County was Thursday Adult Ladies
-
Vacation Bible their chaperone. One of the Handbell Group, 1200; .;
: August 11 to 15 from 10 highlights for our 4-H'ers was Visitation. 7:00: p,m.
fHfBi 'HE For .,, noon. Zed Hamilton's entry into the Saturday Bus Ministry.
____ is welcome to State Public Speaking event. Visitation, 8:30: a.m.
.
His speech on Florida'sFuture

lfiftl in the Beef Cattle St. ,Mark's
FREEEstimate Industry pointed out that 4-H

I CII Obituary can the serve development as a useful of step future in ,eIHSCODIl

r : P. Hacker,_66 food personnel for this important Church

industry e....... ..... Baal JaebMii. Stml

P. Hacker, 66, of THE IIEVUOHN M-. LYNN,.
Club Estates died Cindy, Gene and Zed participated
CENTRAL CONDITIONING MRS. in a Gainesville nun in small group
after a long illness. discussions in topics such as Sunday, August 10th 8:30: Q
3 TON SYSTEM COMPLETELY I INSTALLED '695.00PLUS services were Sat, Heritage Your Town or a.m. Holy Eucharist. Morning
at 10 a.m. in the St. Community, Careers in Home Prayer at 10:00: a.m.
Catholic Church Economics, Careers In Tuesday. August 12th -
( ANY NECESSARy"ELECTAICAL:. WORK) ANN RUBY Michael Williams, Agriculture 4-H is the Key to Women of the Church. Meetingat
Burial was in Community Pride. 'These 7:00: p.m.
Heights'' Cemetery.. three 4-H'ers will have many
Al.
memories of their experiencesat zt
in South Orange, New A
: Hacker lived in Florida 4-H Congress

SAWYER-SLADE GRACE Heights for the past .,: gl ,r

,h I He for was retail a retired mer-, '
unto and a For further Information Prayer 'gongs'of> 'jad.'have''
cave of company the keystone Golf about 4-H contact Lowell been >found In Ai.,"Africa.*
Parrish at 964-6554 or visit the and among the 'American"
AIR CONDITIONING of include his wife County Extension office in the Indian!' '

Morris Hacker; two Agricultural Building on
: : p Hacker Jr: North 301. 4-H is a Youth Lack'of om'uil1Il'; 'feelimportant'
J. Hacker; and oriented program available to : about is almost

332 W, Madison. St. PH 964-7701 ; and Mrs., Carol Geraldine Kerr. young grades people) of(3rd all through12th races, the greatest have. tragedy". a man i
8/7 4t may -
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The Sweetest Strawberries The SU of Heaven District Tile
Green Machine Sweeps Softball


Page 10 TELEGRAPH August?, 1973 -
PALATKA four straight game between two local Putnam All-Stars In a 23.19 tournament, batting .769 with Gene Melvin, Stan Cotney And
wins, Starke's Green Machine teams In the 22-8 win win in which the Machine hit four home runs and eight Phil Nichols also played l K'v'y'
slow pitch softballers swept Machine was led at the plate 11 home runs and rapped ''out runsbattedin.Other rolls in the Machine chu n.'
the District Tournament here by Gordon Beal and Danny base hits. '
,,25 Andy Harmon, top hitters for' pionship
Church this weekend. McKinney, each with seven Gordon Beal and Bill Keltonled Machine were Andy Harmon .
League PlayOffsWill The Machine plays RBI's. the Machine in the .611, Randall McGee .529, "
I defending state champion Jo'sPizza In slowpitch Softball at its championship game. Eddie Douglas .500, Gary As a team the Machi lC
in the State Tournamentin best the machine '"
slugged butted .540.
Determine Champions St. Augustine tomorrow Kelton had an outstanding Melvin .533. Johnny Powell, )'

... night (Friday, Aug 8)) at 6:30.:

s, Championship of Monday, Aug. 11, at 7:30: p.m. Monday's winner will meet The Machine field is sluggers just off US-1 cracked Women's State Softball Tournament t:
to determine the champion of Madison
the first half of play and of the first half winner 23 home runs and scored 76 ,
second half of The
the play. Church
Street Baptist on
entire Men's Recreation
while (
runs giving only 37 in
Church Slow Pitch Softball two teams are tied with 6-3 Thursday at 7:30: p.m. for the district up
records for the second half. in the winning the tourney Begins Here Afternoon
League will be determined in eliminated league championship undefeated. The Machine Play Friday /
The loser will be
of three
play-off games Monday and first game a game whipped the tough Putnam
11 and 14. from the league championship play-off. If the series is split in the
Thursday, Aug. All-Stars 18-10
opener
play-bffs which will be Thurs- the third and deciding game is and then 23-19 to win the STARKE Fourteen Beach area, and Ft. Lauder- the Bradford High School Produce, formerly! Indcper :
Northside Baptist and First day night between the winnersof set for Thursday, Aug. 14. district title. In between women's softball teams will dale area. baseball diamond. dent Merchants. Four IcarnVs I
Baptist Churches will meet the two halves of play. Team trophies will be Machine shut out Griffin be in Starke this weekend for Admission to the tournament Local entry in that tourna- are entered in the Class; A dis-J:1
awarded to the champions and Realty 13.0 and bombed Rays the Women's Open Slow Pitch will be $1 for the entire ment will be Norman's (rid tournament. .j j
runner-up. Metal Works out of Waldo 228. State Softball Tournament set weekend.
Lake City Hosting First Baptist hus been in the The Putnam All-Stars had a at Westslde Park. "We invite all to come out
I thick of the league leaders for record of 75 wins and 22 losses Action will start Friday, and enjoy some first class ROLLING !lEELSj I
both halves. FB was tied 7-3 going into the tournament.The Aug. 8, at 2 p.m. and continue softball," says Sandra Nor-
with Madison Street Baptist in 10. Host by,Lydia
Church opener was closely fought through Sunday,Aug. man, tournament manager.
Sub-District first half play. Madison Street this whole way but the team of the tournament is It Is the first time the To lose friends is a sad event missed but we join together l lo/
won the first half title in an 11- Norman's Farm. women's state softball tourna-
1 Machine prevailed 1810. but this week weare losing not wish them both well in their 1
Lake City is hosting the Monday night, August 4, in the 10 squeaker on July 29 by Randall McGee, Donnie Games are set to begin ment has been held in Starke. only two very good friends but new homes. ,I
Men's District; II, Church Sub- Sub-District, Monday and scoring three runs with two Falcon, Bill Kelton, and Gary again Saturday morning at 8 The men's state play-offs two very fine stock car Missed a lot of you at the<<:,
District' Slow Pitch Softball went down 26.16 to Lake out in the last inning of the Melvin were the leading a.m. and again Sunday after- were held here a few years drivers. A.C. Morrow, his wife track this week but just,,
Tourney this week with 14 Butler First Baptist Church. delayed play-off game. hitters in the opener.In noon for the finals. ago.Winner Jackie, and their children are couldn't help it. In addition to
urea cities participating.Two Numerous errors and hard-hit The second half of the the second game the Norman's Farm opens with and runner-up from moving to Tennessee. Estle all the regular drivers we had
church league play was reallyin the Chicklets from Sarasota at the state tournament will travel '
teams from Starke, balls were Madison Street'sdownfall. Machine played Griffin Morrow, his wife Pat, and son about 25 cars from different'
First Baptist and Madison Sixteen runs would doubt going into the last Realty and was led at the 5p.m. Friday. to Satellite Beach to parti- are moving from Starke also. tracks, so this made it im-,
Street Baptist Churches, are normally be enough to win game of the second half July plate in the 13-0 win by Andy Returning to defend their cipate in the Regional Tournament We would like to thank these possible to watch for every
28 with First Baptist, North- Allen Eddie state championship will be Suburban .
the Starke most games, but Lake Butler Harmon, Bob fine fellows for all the of .
representing side Baptist, and Madison and Eddie Hazen. In Realty from Pensa-, Also being held here this two one you.
jumped out to an early big Douglas
league. Other area cities'include good times at the track and for I did see No. 97, Joe Wilson(
all tied at 53. Other will be from weekend will be the Class A
lead. Madison Street had to Street Baptist the third game the Machine cola. teams
Lake that IK
Gainesville, all the hints and help they and was glad to see
of the The last scheduled games dominated Metal worksof Gainesville, St. Augustine Women's Slow Pitch'District
play catch-up the rest Rays
Palatka, St. Augustine, their fellow drivers: had finally worked the )JUnk
City gave
but the difference was were played Monday night, Waldo in an emotional Tallahassee, the Satellite Tournament. Play will be on
way all be
will
and Lake Butler. and First Needless to say t they out of his cart ,
The winner and too much July 28, saw Baptist
runnerupwill Madison down Morgan Road Baptist 12-
advance to the District The loss dropped
in St. Augustine, with Street in to the loser's bracket 7 and Northside downed Madi-
tourney
Lake Street 170. That eli-
where they will meet son
of that
the winner tourney
City's Church of God, Thurs- minated Madison Street from R
to Starke for the State
coming
'Tournament be held August day night August 7, at 9:30: the second half play-off game,
p.m., loser to Gainesville but insured a league play-off Be
22-23.
Kidgeview. between Madison Street and
Madison Street opened play
First Baptist was downed 8- winner of the second half.
4 Tuesday night in its first Play-off games to deter-

Local Bowlers game in the tournament. FB mine the second half and ,. "" ",,1't. .,, -,
will play again Friday,Aug. 8, league titles were set last ** I" ;( I'( -"
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Failure To Act LB
Reinstates Principal California( .

.... NECTARINES
LAKE BUTLER At a PLUMS
special meeting Aug. 4, three Wayne Carroll, attorney for could suspend without a hear act on that" Mobley said. After the meeting however- appoinment of Billy R. Foisterto
ing, under the Administrative "We want to Insure; Mr.
members of the Union County Cason said he would inform that position.
the School Board, said he of
School Board did not take any to Procedures Act. Mixon receives every ounce Mixon the next day (Aug. 5)), Cason asked Foister to 39C'LB.' 39 "
James thought the law pertained He said that according to his rights," Mobley said, and assume the post July 28. LB.
action on Supt. Cason'sTecommendation of his transfer to Curriculum
"actual hearings, but not for
Florida law the be with
that Juhan superintendent advised Cason to preparedat Foister has worked the ;;
this preliminary hearing. can suspend instructionalstaff the next regular meeting Coordinator. Superintendentsare 10 both
school system years
Mixon, principal of Lake Butler When allowed to make trans- k .
securing a tape
in emergency situations scheduled for Aug. 12. teacher and administrator. -
as a
School, CARROTS
Elementary stay ,
recorder seemed an impos- only. He said Cason's letter Wayne Carroll, attorney for fers. He presently is the Director -
ion suspension; and that the sibility, Goldin withdrew .his showed no justification for his the Board advised the board Proceeding to the final of Administrative Ser- 4.It ,
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board advise him of his rights. items on the agenda, the 19C "
request.Goldin action."I that their refusal to take any vices. Cello Bag r.-; r-
Though they constituted a board rf
then said he thoughtthe unanimously acceptedthe
action reinstated Mixon to his The board agreed unanimously -
quorum, the three members superintendent was just ask that you act on resignation of Union
his $17,000
post. to 3-year
present Tommy Mobley, School Principal
stepping out of bounds whenhe recommendation, Casontold County High
Morris Dobbs and Ray Craw suspended Mixon. the Board. "We don't want to act with- James Tylk and approved the per year contract.
ford decided they did not Goldin argued that he did "With two !board members out the other members pre- f CELERY
want to take action until'all not think the superintendent absent, I don't think we can sent," said Mobley. "There'stoo ,

members"We don't were want present.to act with- Board much pressure.member" Morris DeWitt C. Jones 25e

out the other members pre- Bad Checks Due Action Dobbs asked if there was a Stalk
sent, Mobley, board chair- possibility for compromise, to
man, said. There's too much STARKE A new Florida further action if required. which Mixon said, "I'd be Funeral Home .
pressure involved," he said. law to control passage of bad It was also noted at the more than happy to sit down Texas ?
Failure to take action checks and which goes into Executive Committee with the school board or with
reinstated Mixon. effect Oct. 1 will be discussed, meeting that recreation Mr. Cason, as I have several STARKE PHONE 9646200RENTAL ONIONS 25tB'1
In October last year the 'at the noon meeting today vehicles have been parking times, to work this out."
School Board finalized out of (Thursday Aug. 7)) of the overnight in Bradford Square. Cason replied that the move
court a $250,000 law suit seek Board of Governors of the The police have advised they was a noble gesture, then HOSPITAL BEDS. WALKERS. WHEEL CHAIRS 10 Lb. 1'- "
ing due process. The suit Starke-Bradford County can take no action unless such withdrew a recommendationhe ft CRUTCHES ,I Regular
asked $50,000 in damages Chamber of Commerce. parking is prohibited. Brian had made earlier in the KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS PHONE 1 I
from Cason and each of four Glenn Sapp, investigator will for Hamilton, resident managerof evening to transfer Mixon to 473.3176n< j POTATOESEveryday 99
office,
school board members when the state attorney's Bradford Square, said he Curriculum Coordinator
speak about how to handle bad will have {
they backed Supt. Cason's signs posted stating !
recommendation that two checks at in the the 12:15: Garden p.m. overnight parking is not | Low PricePerret's k r' 1 .
meeting authorized.Sgt..
educators not be rehired for
| Restaurant. The program is a r : .
I another The teachers year. Union County continuing effort on the part of Elma Crews 1j It We Con Build For ALMOST Anyone I '.
the Chamber to provide WICHITA FALLS, Tex. -
High Band Director Richard $14 Gal. ,
MILK
assistance to local merchants
Technical
i Rue and Union County Middle U.S. Air Force ,
School Principal Bruce Clark, The Chamber will propose Sergeant Elma L. Crews, son CUSTOM
publishing in its monthly news of Mrs. C.R. Crews of Lawtey,
leave
were put on professional BUILT \1
with reduced pay. Their letter to members a list of Fla. has arrived for duty at Q Norman's Farm
who have
resignations were held in names of persons Sheppard AF0, Tex. HOMES
had a complaint registered; Sergeant Crews, a Stewart u
until their effective
abeyance
for Rue against them. The proposalwas supervisor, previously servedin It Produce Market
dates, Dec. 31, 1974
discussed at last Thur-
and June 30, 1975 for Clark.In Committee Seoul, Republic of Korea.He by- Sbiclt Pernini It
l sday's Executive is member of the Air +"{ !
a
a letter'dated July 30, meeting where it was decidedto Training command.The 617 N. Temple Ave.9646O71 .
Cason suspended Mixon as 5r
the suggestion to
present
of Lake Butler Elementary sergeant is a 1954
principal Mon-Saf
board of Open
School for "miscon- the further entire discussion.governorsfor graduate of Bradford High
duct and willful neglect of Several complaints have School in Starke.,
duties." Cason charged that been received at the Chamber
Mixon was absent without concerning the parallel
leave twice during July and parking of large trailer trucks i
[lalslfied a sick leave report. on US-30t near the entrancesto ,'-b .
'he suspension was effective Bradford Square, PresidentBill .
July 29 and was to be withy Glover' reported to the 'f : 'r
1
until the next school Executive Committee. The .
and meeting. obvious hazard has been noted ; ::1
'Mixon's suspension was the and the district supervisor of '
first item on the agenda, and the state Department of ;: '.',

taed om( the debate.outset there was situation Transportation, the committee is aware of was the 45' I

Before Cason could com- we were i ;

ilcte spending naming his Mixon.reasons Selig for told.DOT removing;is the in parking process lanes of in :, ago, : \ :

fcoldin, a Gainesville attorney front of Bradford Square andit : #
presenting Mixon,. inter- is presumed that "no >
fcted. saying he wanted a parking" signs will be erected ; ';'
ipe recording or steno. President-Elect Harold Davis c cf
-apher so as lo"have a clearord' advised the committee. The
of the meeting. He Chamber will follow up on the thekindofbanksthat ;
kid Florida law. grants that progress of the work and take ., A

[ght. ,
Cason, who usually keeps I .
minutes of the meetings, ."'

rately d he thought describe he what could went ac- DOITRENTAL fJ"' '. ,.1." ..... un\ '!Iglli'R., ',ystd'f' 1'''Gt; \

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Willis Chesser and '
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Jiildren of Salt Springs and }
liss Martha Dennis of Ocala .
,L-nt the weekend with their : %Vestillare. / '
rents.ennis.. \Mr. and \Mrs. J.11. iM I ;

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Roldwireof Vineland with N.J.their are ''.'. .., ," i i.
pending August
randparents, \Mr. and \Mrs. { .' .
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jQitbert Goldwire. -
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Mike Hoysler Of North "
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\Mgusta. N.C. Is spending two "t. '" :II
Vtt-ks with his uncle and aunt, ,; r\

Mr.\v and \Mrs. Drew Keddish. : ." : In 1930, when Florida and the nation were in the midst of a .' :' i: r

;\Mrs. \Mary Bates and three

N.Y.granddaughters visited Mrs. of J.H.Phelps Fields, :,-. financial crisis, the new president of the Florida National Bank ." I>

last Thursday. WflHsieaMe ,\ ..1( of Jacksonville believed Florida lacked conservative : : 1 "
that a sufficiently : : :::1't :1\: I. '
f.Caitlin McLendon of ,. : .

ding Ulowing two Rock weeks, N.C.with Is spen-her CARPET CLEANERGet banking system. In an interview with the press he said: .*.' :- fcj. Vu'i ?f t, ,.
professional results for i '.. :.N '
and Mrs. i ; "- .
'grandparents.( Mr. far less than professional costs. : "Banks Their should "
It P: \McLendon. Hourly Dally Weekend Riles are public trusteeships. primary object S


Bradford*Local County admittances Hospital this to Paul's DriveIn :' be the safe custodianship of the money entrusted to them. If all. ;:' ." : ',

week Mrs. Helen include\Mersereau.: Joseph \Mrs.Cox Cleaners Florida banks had had;this in mind there would have been no failures." '.; \ : ', \

| Floy Sullivan \Mrs. Linda

,!'Uuttram of Starke and; and William James Godwin Griffis 964-5498 j :.>. That's what our founder, Alfred I. duPont, said 45 years ago.That's '.

and I Lawtey.Mrs. Betty Moody of oStarke, Fla. what the Florida National Banks believe today. No other banks i fin


the billion-dollar class have as high a capital ratio as we do. And ;


| Starke Paint t that's, just one of the reasons that people call us "The Old Reliable". .


Center .d..nIf!f ; .. .


441 W Madison St 964-8181 f- Florida National Banks of Florida, Inc. National Florida, 'S


Summer Banks of
; 32 Banks Statewide I Over $1.5 Billion in Assets. 1 Florida

Specials .:S "tlf')\\ .
.. /. Florida First National Bank of Jacksonville Florida National l Bank &.Trust Company at Miami Florida National Bank at

: On OutsideHouse ..,I." ".'1,,; : St., Petersburg ,' Florida. National Bank at Orlando Florida National Bank at Coral Gables Florida National Bank at
;, Lakeland Florida First National Bank at Pensacola Florida Bank& Trust Co.at Daytona Beach Florida First National Bank
Ocala Florida National Bank at Gainesville Florida First National Bank at Key West Florida First National Bank at Vero
Paint Beach .' Florida National Bank & Trust Co. at West Palm Beach Florida Bank at Fort Lauderdale Florida First National Bank '
at Bartow. Florida National Bank at Lake Shore Florida Bank at DeLand Florida National Bank at Arlington '" Florida First tY '
National Bank at Fernandina Beach Florida Bank at Fort Pierce Florida National Bank at Titusville Florida Dealers and /
J $95s ,.'< a. ; ; Growers Bank at Jacksonville Florida Bank at Starke Florida First Bank at Chipley Florida First National Bank at Belle .-': ,

A Gal ;.. j' ,;a ." ':'. '. Glade '. Florida First National Bank at Brent '. Florida Bank at Bushnell Florida First National Bank at Madison Florida ... t'
$ sWALLPAPER National Bank at Perry Florida First National Bank at Port St. Joe Florida Northside Bank of Jacksonville Florida First .. a'

To 9 Gal ,National Bank at Opa-Locka Members FDIC .... y; ". IVf'

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SUUTIC INSTALLATION *} :;' ';;'* 'Jefferson'at f Clark Street 964r7050 '. '-. >if*"
\ ; > !, Telephone: r. ;:'f : f.. ,' .'.' -
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uTI11Cr.vC& All Of Paint "r' ''h'. '" .. .I ,
Types c' : \ ."
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CARL WQOD 7 (iJIBOOI]
BALDWIN
(-..a/1t 117 W. Call St. '

INTERIORS& INCOWNED li-JlO/I-- 964-7520 (](iJ I](O1rV(} J(iJ11] Chevrolet.- OldsAnd f!

All Name Brands Playtex r
OPERATED BY:1! ; SPORTS WEAR 301 E.,Call St. 964.6163 Goodrich fI
IBANRAMERICARD No Visible Means Of Support B.F.
ROBERT L KITCHENS ; FROM 25 Foot '/"
I BRA Off :

ANDCAJU L JOHNS 114 TO '/2 Off Limited QTY 2C GARDEN HOSE sFCta. RADIALS SPECIAL .r)

Carpet Special SeALS SWIM SUITS $249 !'
HR 78x14 WSW RADIALS Reg Price S87111J:
3/8" Padding
$695Installed Yd. 25 % Off 40 % Off 50 FootGARDEN HOSE NOW $6160GR

$399 *
Carlwood Interiors would like to invite each and 1 Rack Of Mens Pullover'' $400 78x15 WSW RADIALS Reg. Price S814ONOW
every one of you to drop in and take a look at our exdusive Man'Or $5550 I
Perfect Gift For The Boy
carpets and vinyles that we have in stock. SHIRTS I Reg.Price r
They I are priced to meet your budget. "
Price 'S5
Queen Cuttlery HR 78x15 WSW RADIALS Reg. :
Harking is one of the most important features of NOW $5650SILVERTOWN ;
carpet though it is rarely seen.Backing not only holds Boys
the yarn fibers in place but it also provides cushion Knives 20% OFF l
thaI keep the fibers from being shapeless. SOCKS wetee9 NOW 50 BELTED WSWF
78x14 WSW Was '5130 NOW $3500G
here I are numerous backings available: jute, foam, Elec NOW 39"
Mens Walking 00 WSW Was 6530
$
rubber,vinyl latex and many more,but all are high 4 1''.
quality and meet stringent; tests for both durability I:
SHORTS Priccfe:
GARDEN SHEARS
and consistency", Reg. Free Mounting:
$24All 95 Balance Extra
VII of our carpets are backed with the finest materials. 1 Rack Of Mens Knit
11 hen you buy carpet from us,you can be sure of the
product. We only sell the best. SUITS Were'69.' $6995
Black Plastic / ,,
Come On In,We're Open 8 Til 5 Monday Thru Friday 4SSTARKE
-Sat6.12 1 Rack Of Mens Sport PIPE 20% Off

964-5242 COATS Were'69.0 $3995 FLORIDA
Prices Good With This Ad Only
384 N. TEMPLE STARKE "Sooner or Later Your Favorite; (D'e

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Real Pit Bar-B-Que I r ::" Starke Builder's
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'?, Chickens Sandwich InnSHAKES'SUNDAES(, UnitsFINGER

..," ....,i.4 Beef ., JOINTS
.;
l I ;. Pork BANANA"SPLITS-BREAKFAST $2139

'-,,. Ribs 1'6"x6'8"2'0"x6'8" ,,,

',j Charbroiled *.. Is New $2308

.... > ..., 1 "'", : Steaks -* -,.* 2'4"x6'8"" .' $2&392'6"x6'8" ::,/ 1

,t." &Hamburgers w $2540.
--','': In Town v2'8"x6'8" {
\ $2540 "g
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,to.. ',,- Offers The Sandwiches You ''UsedTo 3'0" x 6'8" $2639 t


Dining Room Or Take-out Service Drive To Gainesville For 2O% Discount on All PVC

Clip This Ad For 50C Discount On Pipe & Pipe Fittings

Beef Or Pork Plate Only. 1401 North Temple_ Avenue has a new name-formerly We've changed our our appearance, but we PAINT SALE Cet
Limit One Per Customer Per Meal the Dairy Queen it is now Mister B's Sandwich Inn.Dale still' have that foodaJjanedd service and a friendly

Good At All Stores Brown,who bought the Dairy Queen in March of smile. All Paint In Stock 2nd Gal
"
2700 Waldo Road 3610 S.W. 13th St 1974,decided in order to give people more of a varietyof BUY 1 GAL. .,.
Gainesville Florida Gainesville,Florida food he would change from a franchise to'an in- :
Phone 378-5161 Phone 373-3339 dependent restaurant offering a full line of sandwiches We also have all of those ice cream favorites along. REG PRICE lL
hot and fish
with hamburgers dogs /j
230 S. Temple served on rye or Italian bread, hot or cold, to your AH/ Items Listed ,72 Price !
choice.
Starke, Florida Phone 964-8840 Cash & Carry t

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Yes Holiday 1'

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1011 N. Temple
Mr. /


OpenFor AT MUSTANG i

Oil Filter Sandwich Inri
Double
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110 W. Call Choose From


Come See Us Oil Change, ,((3))Arrived,,This Weekc..t" ,Check Our.Sandwiches j


60x24'.3BR' 2 I 4 Ton

; ,, Air ConditionYou '

$595 Must See This To Appreciate it'
TheOffice Salami PastramiCuban',
Red Carpet 'AtMustang

Turkey-Roast Beef |
Home Of The $1 ,
I Ice Cream- Hamburgers & !
Mobil, Hams Inc. J
,: Car Wash Breakfast: ''
Shop 1650 N. Temple Ave. i

Starke, Florida 904-964-7212 '1401 N. Temple Ave. ,

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I Terwillegar Il\ Badcock Community State Bank '

1 aoQau od a :

;IL Motors \ / Really Cares'About i il u l .

I I -411 1::1 'J.
i Canister Their Customers 1 1r
1I 1 Beat 76 Priceincrease H5r.ihL VACUUM CLEANER (B.low) 1, .
I 1I VACUUM CLEANER PN.R(p ok)Ion l lot. motor If
I (Loft o pc.tool lot lndud.d.With
( "way DIol-A-Nop)
i Pow.rdrlv.n 12"dl.tribulotor{ 1
b.ol.r bar bruih.Adlo.lobl.- $5488 .-'"
! position handle.Convvnlvntcord ;<
.
Reduced storag Our Full Service .
ift >
$3988 ; ').

Buy NOWDiscount And More Bank w ::1 I;

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29UV 26CVCANISTER 11.;
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Offers :. -
Final Clearance ELECTRICBROOM VACUUM
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(Left) I No wheeli or rurm.nrldei _
Edg cleaning .t on olr.Big 10 qt. Convenient
On All noitl for capolo capacity bag 1.7 peak,
or hard surface N.P motor Teleicopina
floor diipoiabl.Largo bag wand nozxle.hole and cleaning Drive In Bank .. 1
New Cars In Stock change In candt. $4995UPRIGHT I:
BankAmericard 4-
$2995 UPRIGHT
(Led)
r Check With Clyde Master Charge Welcome Modern design 2'ipeed We Also Have A .
motor with fingartipIwitch
It.1S ,Wrap around ,
.. Ermie Or Byron TodayTERWILLEGAR t cleaning furniture feature.guard.Edge Savings Plan To Fit Any Budget .


9 to 5:30: Mon Sat \ \ 50>V 52UV $7995 -.. ..... N,

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\ Call Bill Wilson


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206 W. Madison, Starke, Fla.
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SPECIALSave V. ;

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\' J With ServiceWe
( Save hY/ tL .4'

gen.. A Shoe Store For All Of The FamilyIn Finance Our Own AccountsWe

Service What We Sell ','
$ 1961 Stan's Bootery opened under the name of Tenn. He has just completed 25 years with this core "
MODEL WWA55OOP 178 The Shoe Rack. The location then was where Merritt poration. Miriam has been librarian at GainesvilleH. Friendly Service From j,
I Williams Insurance Co. is now. After 5 years, High School for the past 10 years.
NOW Only w/Trade
Canova's Drug Store was leased and remodeled. The I
Mrs. Lawson,the of Stan's Winklers Electric
name then changed to Stan's Bootery because it was Mary manager Bootery
5RWYERSLHDERPPLIRNCE no longer a rack type store,for shoes. has been in that position since the shoe store opened
its doors. Other employees are Mrs. Myrtle Young,
Stanley and Miriam Mathis are the owners of Stan's Mrs Peg Richardson Rob Mathis and Zinner Hamil- Inc.
Bootery. Stan is a wholesale shoe salesman for ton.
332 W. Madison PH 964 7701 National Vogue Shoemakers,Geneseo Inc.,Nashville, 234.Temple: 964-7596


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101 East Call Street

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Something ForEveryone 112 E. Call St, 964-7923. !

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Shoes and AccessoriesFor

All the Family CARPETREMNANTS
SPECIAL For Any Occasion

While They Last STARKE FLORIDA

Cash & CarryDISHGARDEN 3 tO*I ,.,00

Just Received New Shipment I t ot\\ TO $300

Yd.
Reg.. ',1000 $799DISHGARDEN WNMkh?rW .

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Values To 8 Sq. Yd.
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Plus A Professional Watch Repairman '
'9.64-7711 HATS w? v V' To Fix Your:'Watch:

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Page 14 TELEGRAPH August ,



BROOKER IN BRIEFby Legal I IIN .--------------
Le
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Jeanette Prescott -v
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
NOTICE
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Please GERALD A, LEWIS State "MISTER B'S SANDWICHINN" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL
Church will following Saturday. Othma J. Norman has made THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR
Deden Baptist 1 Comptroller, 1401 N. Temple Avenue, JUDICIAL CIR- CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD
revival meeting keep her in your prayers.Mr. Application to the Bradford as Administrator, THE EIGHTH CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR ,
hold a 10 E.B. Crosby is home I County Zoning Board for Abandoned Property Section, Starke, Bradford County, CUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND BRADFORD COUNTY FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA.
August ,
Sunday
starting I Capitol Florida, 32091, intends to register -
from North Florida Regional reclassification of the Tallahassee, Florida FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
Saturday property
continuing through have to 1 32302. Be sure to mention said fictitious norne under the FLORIDA In Probate No. 75-113-CP
also but
August 16.Services. Hospital may described below from OR to BA, CASE NO.75 221
of aforesaid statute.
will begin at 7:30: return for surgery. Let us 4 miles West of Lawtey on the account number, name and provisions
address, as published Dale E. Brown, sola owner. CIVIL ACTION NO. In Re The Estate of JOYCE
in this :
him in
our
keep prayers. of 225 Section
and Brother Tigert will right Hwy. one acre, IN RE: The Marriage of RALPHJ.
p.m. I notice. Unless Dated this 25th day of July, A.
proof of ANN FENDER, Deceased.
owner
19. Township 5 South, BELLWOOD Husband and
.
be the guest speaker. ,
D. 1975.
is .OF'
Everyone is invited to attend, We are sorry to hear that 1 Range 22 East, to allow the ship presented to the holder VALIDATION $200,000 BONNIE P. ,BELLWOOD, Wife.
7/31 821NOTICE
by October 27, 1975 the 4tchg BRADFORD COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO
will be sure to receive a Mrs. Ollie Rivers was admitted operation of an automotive gar ,
as you I property will be delivered REVENUE BONDS, SERIES
Bradford to the
to County -------------- NOTICE OF SUIT
blessing.Mrs. Nona Mann is home Hospital. Sure do hope she hasa age.This change in classification is Administrator. Thereafter, all 1975 ALL CREDITORS AND PER

from North Florida Regional speedy recovery. Mrs. subject to a public hearing to beheld further claims must be directedto OF INTENTIONTO ToBONNIE: P. BELLWOOD SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR

Hospital in Gainesville. She Rivers, a Graham resident, is I on Tuesday August 26, the Administrator. REGISTER NAME''' COUNTY OF BRADFORD, c/o Louisiana Department DEMANDS AGAINST SAID

was admitted Tuesday, July an old and dear friend of our 1 1975 at 7:30: p.m. in the County FICTITIOUS FLORIDA, a political subdivisionof of Welfare ESTATE:

29 and came home the family.SERVICE Commission room at the Bradford GERALD LEWISAs the State of Florida Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Section 865.09
I County Court House at Administrator Pursuant to Plaintiff, You and each of you are

I which time all persons interested 8/7 2tchg 8/14 Florida Statutes, notice Is here- vs. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat hereby notified and required to
t MENAIRMAN I shall be heard for or against the -------------- by given that the undersigned THE STATE OF FLORIDA, and an action for dissolution of present any claims and demands

I proposal, as specified in the 1 1I NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO George 'Truell, P.O. Box 812, the Taxpayers, Property Owners marriage has been filed againstyou which you, or either of you, may
Zoning Code of Bradford REGISTER Starke, Florida, and Billy and Citizens thereof and of have against the Estate of
Force mission, organizationand I Rt. 1 Box 171, Starke, and you are required to
KNOWLES County. FICTITIOUS NAME Burgen, Bradford County, Florida, Including JOYCE ANN FENDER,
I I II of written
customs and received serve a copy your
COMPLETES BASIC Section 865.09 Fla., doing business under the
Pursuant to nonresidents owning Deceased, late of said County,
special instruction in human I Florida Statutes, notice Is here firm name of "T Er B BARGAIN taxation defenses, if any, to it on of
A.R. Kiefer, Jr. Chairman property or subject to to the Clerk the Circuit Courtof
RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor
ANTONIO Airman relations. 132 W. Call Street,
SAN that the HOUSE,
by undersigned therein Bradford County, Florida at
Bradford County Zoning Board given ,
,A. Knowles, son of The airman is remaining at ( Bradford County, Petitioner, whose address Is
Bryan Itp 87NOTICE Mrs. Cleo Redding Rt. 3, Box Starke, Defendants. his office in the Courthouse of
retired Air Force Master Lackland for specialized L*)_a,,,----------- 27, Starke, Florida 32091, doing Florida 32091, Intends to register 114 N. Walnut Street P.O. Box said County, at Starke, Florida,
Sergeant and Mrs. Oliver L. training in the security police OF NAMESOF business under the firm name of said fictitious name under the ORDER TO SHOW CAUSETO goo, Starke, Florida 32091, and within six ((6)) calendar months
Knowles of Starke has com- field. of aforesaid statute. file the original with the Clerk of
PEOPLE APPEARINGTO "REDDING WASHETERIA", provisions from the time of the first publication
pleted Air Force basic Airman Knowles, a 1971 BE OWNERS OF 447 Madison' Street, Starke, George Trull and Billy Burgen, : THE STATE OF FLORIDA, the above-styled Court on or of this notice. Each claim
training at Lackland AFB, graduate of Dixie Hollins High Bradford Florida intends sole owners. before September 1, 1975,
ABANDONED PROPERTY County, THROUGH THE STATE ATTORNEY or demand shall be in writing,
Tex.: School in St. Petersburg, Fla., Pursuant to Section 13 of to register said fictitious Dated this 24th day of July A. FOR THE EIGHTH otherwise a judgment may be and shall state the place of residence .
During his six weeks attended Newberry; (S.C.) D. 1975 at Starke, Rorida. entered against you for the relief
Chapter 717, Florida Statutes, name under the provisions of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA and post office address of
training, he studied the Air College. entitled "Florida Disposition of aforesaid statute. 7/24/ 4tp 8/14/ AND TO THE SEVERAL. demanded In the Petition. the claimant and shall be sworn
WITNESS hand and the
Unclaimed Property Act" Mrs. Cleo Redding, sole PROPERTY OWNERS, TAXPAYERS my to by the claimant, his agent, or
seal of said Court on the 29th
notice is hereby given that the owner. -------- CITIZENS OF BRAD- his attorney, and any such claim
NOW OPENSCOTT'S of 1975.
persons listed below appear to Dated this 5th day of August, Old vTn&1. FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA, .day July, or demand not so filed shall be
be the owners of unclaimed per- A.D. 1975 at Starke, Florida. the INCLUDING NONRESIDENTS void.
Gilbert S. Brown
MACHINE SHOPBehind sonal or intangible", property pre- 8/7 4tp 828NOTICE/ OWNING PROPERTY OR SUB- AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy
sumed abandoned. JECT TO TAXATION THEREIN, LOLLIE K. KING
-------------- ,
Beulah M.
Moody
Auto Parts Account Number; E-1413- AND ALLOTHERS HAVING OR : As Administratrix of theEstate
Keystone Clerk
OF
0001, Apparent Owner: Trinks, INTENTIONTO CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TITLE Deputy of

Hwy 21 473-2469 Keystone Hgts. Wm. F. FICTITIOUS REGISTER OR INTEREST IN PROPERTYTO 7/31 4tchg 8/21 JOYCE ANN FENDER,
Information concerning the NAME BE AFFECTED BY THE Deceased
--------------
amount of description of the ISSUANCE OF THE REVENUE 7/24/ 4tchg 8/14
Heads Reconditioned Brake Drums property and the names and Pursuant to Section 865.09 BONDS HEREINAFTER MORE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT'
--------------
address of the holder may be Florida Statutes, notice is hereby PARTICULARLY DESCRIBEDOR EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF '
Blocks Bored Specialty Work that IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
obtained by any person possessing given the undersignedDale "A lot of people who give TO BE AFFECTED IN ANY FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD-
CIRCUIT OF
an interest in the propertyby E. Brown, P.O. Box 763, substitute WAY THEREBY: FORD COUNTY. EIGHTH JUDICIAL
Come & See Us 21.7/318/7 addressing an inquiry to Starke, Florida, 32091, doing up smoking find a FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD-
business under Bragging about It. COUNTY.
the firm. .. none nf FORD
---- --- CIVIL ACTION
The above cause coming on
to be heard upon the complaintthis CASE No.7560In

SAVE 13-ro 37% EAGLE 3 BIG DAYS THURSDAY day filed herein by Bradford re: The Matter of the 182 CIVILACTION" CaseNo.75

,
County, Florida, seeking to Adoption of JEROME BASS.

ON OUR DISCOUNT PRICES FRIDAY SATURDAY determine the authority of Brad- In Re: The Matter of the
ford County to issue its Bradford NOTICE OF SUIT-
Adoption of TIMOTHY SHANE
County Revenue Bonds, Series NO PROPERTY
GREENE
1975, in the amount of $200,000 ,
to be dated as of the date of ToROZINA: WILSON
NOTICE OF SUIT-
l lI delivery, in the denomination of Address Unknown NO PROPERTY
$1,000 or any multiple thereof

but not greater than $10,000, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat ToQenn: Kevin Vara
maturing at various times from an action for Adoption has 2049 Cherry Lane

D t Dv 1977 through 1990, bearing been filed against you ROZINA Chesapeake, Virginia
interest payable annually on the WILSON and you are required to

first day of September at a rate serve a copy of your written YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat

not to exceed the rate allowableby defenses if any to it, on the an action for adoption has

law, a more particular plaintiff's attorney, whose name been filed against you Glenn
description of said Revenue and address' is GEORGE H. Kevin Vara, and you are requiredto

Bonds, Series 1975, being con- PIERCE, Esquire: Attorney at serve a copy of your written

tained in the Complaint filed in Law P.O. Drawer 1030, Starke, defenses, if any to it, on the

these proceedings, to determinethe Florida, 32091, and file the ori- plaintiff's attorney, whose name
o6p' legality of the proceedingshad ginal with the clerk of the above and address is GEORGE H.

and taken in connection styled court on or before Sept- PIERCE, Esquire, Attorney at
therewith and the legality of the ember 2, 1975; otherwise a judgment Law P.O. Drawer 1030 Starke

provisions, covenants and may be entered againstyou Florida 32091; and file the ori-
lihI1i agreements contained therein, for the refef demanded in ginal with the clerk of the above

\ V8 and seeking a Judgment of this the complaint or petition. styled court on or before Sept-
7 ,- Puii1h1I I .. (N?, Court to validate the proceed'' ,ms WITNESS''' nV hand and the ember 2, 1975; otherwise, a
6ae- ings.for said $200,000 Revenue seal of said Court on July 28, judgment may be entered

I ? wu,ww Bonds, Series 1975, and said 1975. against you for the relief
1r"I Revenue Bonds, Series 1975, demanded in the complaint or
: when issued pursuant thereto GILBERTS. BROWNAs petition.

and said complaint now having Clerk of said Court WITNESS my hand and the

La1lLtM>ta1lA been presented to this Court, for By: Beulah M. MoodyAs seal of said Court on July 28,
greet rlseta tar entry of an Order to Show Cause Deputy Clerk 1975.
peraJna. Nekan Y' I MOLLS TOILET TISSUE DT.MW-MtMOTtMML IdT.MNGMKUWMMR pursuant to Chapter 75, Florida 7/31 4tchg 821NOTICE
itttl (dries MtoKLlSnll. r 325sheeteprroll. FIM Each drop d rich lubricant. Special wintsaeaer Statutes, and the Court being
fRIN1 -------------- GILBERT BROWNAs
focralqurhry.Whrnmly, Eaglt quality. f formula. By Preilone.
fully advised in the premises: INTENTIONTO Clerk of said Court
OF
REGISTER By: Beulah M. Moody
'a7L IT IS ORDERED AND AD- FICTITIOUS NAME As Deputy Clerk
JUDGED that the State of Florida 7/314tchg 8/21

through the State Attorneyof
Pursuant to Section 865.09 --------------
the Eighth Judicial Circuit of
eI'a V 3 Pv Rorida, and the several property Florida Statutes, notice is IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Lt gPI 8m hereby given that the under-
owners taxpayers and citizensof FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL
11 t'u' the State of Florida Including signed, JAMES E. STARLING CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD-

... t nonresidents owning property or AND ELOISE STARLING doing FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA.
] :. subject to taxation therein, and business under the firm name of
is1 / A./i BULLINGTON'S GIFT SHOP,
all others having or claiming any CASE NO. 75-204-CP,,
1 right, title or interest in propertyto 104 W. Call Street, Starke,

net MB?MLX SNORTS L MA! rA1A be affected in any way Bradford County, Florida In Re: Guardianship. DAVID,
r.rlaid alcton d Quality tailand fay am ofepotlewoor thereby, be and they are each 32091 intends to register said KENNETH RAY.NOTICE .
caned e great! fictitious name under the provisions
( Ho I. A lDIaTrFA1AWI Easy coro fabrics. Wide I INSULATED PICMC JUO EACH MURIATIC ACHI EAOUIimillMHMr hereby required to appear and Statute.
aforesaid
bond you know for Duality l Cool, oasr-car* blond, selection of pattarra and Half gallon. Widt mouth.Hondvlpout.Withhon.il. Quick, economical Onus In just((4hour. It's show cause, if any there be, of the OF ACTION
pwdst >od fit a-a.. Fullest ca r. Prints colon. 32-44. .. rnotmmL On* gallon. lead.kwOnsyolb.a&dlrt before this Court on the 18th day Dated this 21st day of July,
and solids. ABCDE. of August 1975 at 11:00: )() A.D. 1975, at Starke, Bradford EUGENE: RAY

o'ciockA.M.ln the Chambers County, Florida. Address Unknown

the undersigned Judge' at the
Bradford County Courthouse in JAMES E.STARUNGELOISE YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat

.D : the City of Starke, Florida, why STARLING a Petition for Appointmentof
the prayers of said complaint 7/244tchg 8/14 Guardian of the person and

V1 AVE7 te should not be granted and why -------------- property of David Kenneth Ray,
the proceedings for said Reve- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF a minor, has been filed by LollieK.

nue Bonds, Series 1975 and THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- King, and you are required to

!rldfjatn said Revenue Bonds; Series CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR serve a copy of your written
N E 1975, when issued pursuant BRADFORD COUNTY. defenses. or response if any, to
thereto should not be validatedand it on Jack A. Langdon, attorneyfor

J wNV IIJI confirmed as therein CASE NO.75212IN petitioner, whose address is
r1/&
prayed. One Southeast First Avenue,

RE: The Marriage of GLEN Post Office Drawer "C",
T-SMoTO UTS LUTHER KILTS shirt MM SOCKS SELF-STICK KMXKOVER nor. FOAM KI SMUT M YDL MWa1TA111asrlthnlwlnndMw AND IT IS FURTHER OR- HARLON WOOTEN, Husband Gainesville Florida 32602, on or
Wide end regular widths. 10011 cotton. Cushion ? Protect*OB it decorates. Keeps hat food hot, cold Popular3/4"wtdeei.. DERED AND ADJUDGED that ELAINE before 29 August 1975 and file
Son herd rooted.3044. sole.Milt. Sins 10-13. r 18" wide. New dtdgns. load and Ants cold. Strong adhesive quality.CvTTOJI and TERESA
/ this Order to Show Cause be WOOTEN, Wife. the original with the Clark of this
published in the manner requiredby Court either before service on

I I Section 75.06, Rorida Sta- NOTICE OF SUIT Plaintiff's attorney or immediately -
tutes, In the Bradford County thereafter; otherwise,

Telegraph a newspaper of gen- ToOen: Hsrton Wooten said Petition may be granted.

I Iw eral circulation published in 29 Stickton Street WITNESS MY HAND AND

ri i'J Bradford County, Rorida. Charleston, W. Va. 25312 SEAL of this Court on 22nd day
8 i of July, 1975.

AND IT IS FURTHER OR- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat GILBERT
DERED AND ADJUDGED that an action for dissolution of BROWN
by such publication of this Order marriage hat been filed against As Clerk of the Court
By: Lila R.Yawn
all required to
property owners taxpayers, you and you are
and citizens of Bradford Countyand serve a copy of your written As Deputy.Clerk

y/f / IiIFAWa1011 the State of Rorida, includ- defenses, if any, to It on 7/314t 8/21

ing nonresidents RICHARD E WELTY, Attorney
owning --------------
_
ta4ftllrmurJAMAICM OVrVMVlSANBAUCrepe VhtaTlEIACKCURTAMEColorful VMVL EI CURTAM ACCURATE EATN SCALES
address is
whore
Petitioner "
taxation for "
property or
Oatsd.blly rube, Eier-caro 100* pelyeeter.FoehlancolarB.t.18.- soles f far eta* loco potter Waterproof, stain proof, Eooynweed dial. 309Ib. hers Smoke
hdrw., tuul.. s, M, L sIMn' cohort. 2-*. Pair tiia 48534" long. mildew proof. 7T alt'. coMcily. Colors. therein, and all having or 114 N. Walnut Street, P.O. Box Says:
claiming any right title or interest 996, Starke Florida, 32091, and
in property to be affected by fib f the original with the dark of HERCTMEVCOMBA .AIN (

the Issuance of said Revenue the above-styled Court on or ...uyAT I Bonds, Series 1975, or to be before August 25, 1975, otherwise '-

affected in any way thereby, be a judgment may be entered

,. and they are made parties/ against you for the relief
; : :1 defendant to this proceeding, demanded In the Petition.

.< 'i : : and that this Court shall have' WITNESS my hand and the

e. jurisdiction of them to the same teal of said Court on the 21st
extent as if needs defendants day of July, 1975.
In said complaint and personally

erved with process In this Glbert S. Brown J

r 1Af wu WAI raJ / cause As Cork of said Court

: ; MU; .Mf By: Dorothy Moore 1
Deputy Clerk -

1 -I-CA/I s CMaIAWW I Irl1 '$MlOAU .UL. IAIIU ILUaI 11I5LldpAllCa SCSAXSNUISRTIn DONE AND ORDERED in 7/24 4t 8147.Tn.rl Its
i' a waru slur sb, ahies d..Iws.MwClaw Men's Whltene removes train. .h/s. .hM "'" plaxe! with'" SAqr 1 d 2 qt With Chambers at Stake, Bradford ___.. r OJ,
cresKoMoy. --
,j I shut w Y.es. 712.. as ., 7-U,wawa'. 1.10 7-aWerrWeS-IO. d'sarlesse.BY EogI... sap.a 114. c..', .lain... nll.d s4s Nndard County Florida-this 23rd day of An-;; 9,000 ."'
July, 1975.
'job* for bartenders are "expected -
f to becpme, available .... ...,_.....t. .iw... s'.
i A f TMI ON V f "M if rg /s/JohnJ. Crews nationwide each through as..awS1s12t r.. ..o. .s ......

i :\ rvi: ;11 It Y r ) i s < ; > 11 : '" 312 Madison St. 964-7513 IGARETTES leers slpsf s's44s 7/24/ 3t 8/7 CIRCUIT JUDGE JM5, according to year projection will. Is. ......pip- a"?

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CLASSIFIED/ : ) RATES $

lrs, l I'at' insprlion MISCELLANEOUS PERSONALSERVICE .r FOR SALE LOST AND FOUND A.J.ThomasRealtor'621 N. Walnut St. We Have Used f

Tel.' 964-6162 (
'I'III'M'\' .' Noun
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llMirscl.ij before publication.preceding WATKINS DEALERS HAVE; FOR 7 Room House hardwood Wan C orsort. WASHERS $OK &
; SALE
TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a flexible hours, excellent : 38 Snub nose'Randgun floors, some items of furniture, viJup
earn REWARD $20 ESTATE RANGES
for
$55.22 : information EAL
: hand $24.95
Minimum Clui-got'.do week, dozer work and ings, pleasant selling. Write guns Corner lot, paved streets, lots of
t<<('mrrsl.-j; lords work. Call 468-1873 25 automatic guns from leading to the recovery of .,'.
> ) dragline Mail Sales Division;Dept. 10, Firestone storage carport, paved driveway err; tnfo v. Jr- ALA.,
white 10
$49.95. Dahmers Discount speed bike SawyerRppliancea-
Elld.l1II'd over ,l.lIII :; Star Rt. Hampton, STEPHEN Watkins Immediate h
Products, occupancy,
Inc.
stolen
tfchg from 335 N. Lake Streeton 12 acres fenced, well & septic

w ills SMITH LANDFILL tfchg. Winona, Mn. 55987. 8/7 --''''..-' -.-----.,...- 7/23/75. 1tp 8/7 Price $17,500.00.. tank off SR-225 E. of Lawtey V
---------- 2tchg 821SEWING -
------------ $15,000.
Ml '('hl hlfi'lldll must be W/STSOMS ------------ FOR'SALE: Do i?yourself 12 by 3 bed room, 2 bath mobile home 332 W. Madison
Raid lor in mix II im-c unless Mm 15 inch tile, with stick on back STRAYED: Thursday, July 30, with 1/2 acre of land, almost - '
ha\.- 1111 csl.il! hi HOUSE OF VACUUMS MACHINES repaired, small, light colored furnished 10 acres appx. 400 ft. on SR- 964.7701
h.hl'd| uccount now at Dahmer's Discount.. male nice garden, lots of
all makes cleaned, oiled 230E &Wilson Rd. Restricted \,
and
to
Bills thi Tfli-Kiiipli.' i III, hat 2/27/ 26tchg 8/25 pony between Brownies\ Road extras, just a real buy at
1'\cnl :rid cents 1'\Ira Many brands of new vacuums. adjusted $7. Work guaran- and Bayless Hwy. John $13,350.00. Cash homes. Ideal for Developer k t
charge ----------- with immediate -
loi hllllll)(. 'No; ) ii'spoiisible' 'for Used machines available. teed. James Strickland, 964- Campbell, 9648427. 1tp 8/7 possession.. 22000. l'

I'I'I'UI'III'14'11 Hm-M over theIhlllw Expert Repairs all makes. 8733tfchg----- FOR SALE: Case pocket knives ------------ - - -- 10X20 "u ,

or nitro1113',| |ill not! Parts and Accessories for all now at Oahmers Discount 1 acre land, 5 room frame house 60 acre.farm 3 BR home fish PATIOCOVt-RS:: i\,\

I l\ |Red mill l i'ought to the ort vacuums. Built In central ELECTRICIAN, EXPERIENCED, tfchg. out of city near paved road pond planted pasture.: Will' ..:
t lice.1 ,vacuum 712N. Price divide. Terms. /,
cleaning
systems. licensed, bonded, reasonablerates r - $13,700.00. For Homes "

Main Gainesville 376-711Q. save money. 964-6061. AMERICAN FAMILY' SOUND: HOUSES FOR SALEFOR -. 4 acres $4,000-cashl.2 I' Mobile Homes ;i ;,

TF ffu+g.MOBILE. Acreage large and small tracts. acres' $lao Installed ,
h
Sales, service, installation, MH allowed 2500. 1
---------- -- Uninstalled rl
HELP WANTED -- stereos, phono, reel-reel, Offices :' "
and/or business
t ) SALE: New 3 BR brick or Furnished 2 BR home "
roof
AUTOMOBILES HOME MOVING: Also tapes, cassettes, radios. Work storage for rent Call Street. new GATOR ALUMINUM
.
home 1
with
mobile home hurricane an- guaranteed. 118 Court, 964- garage on acre -- -, new paint chain link fence Mobile Home Service Co. .:
USED fenced In, 194 1 ceramic bath, aluminum awnings & .
choring and mobile home roof 7329. tfchg. large kitchen, dinette, living carport ,J'/iom-/" :I.1p; ;I.;

I.. coating. Olin's MOBILE ------------ 'room, utility shed & Reduced to $8,600 (,UNSI/; l 11.1| / /

,AVON CALLINGI! To buy or sell FOR SALE Plymouth- III 4 Home Service. 964-5606, Rt. many UNITED i ARM AGENCY 'lltl'K!
Avon call 755.0731 : Fury FOR SALE Good extras. 3 miles east of Lake 2 story 5 BR 2 Bath frame
or write : used color REGISTERED REAL .t
dr. AT PB, PS, air $700. 100W. Starke, Fla.
tfchg. Butler, $25,000 or completely home 1
Loma on acre Lawtey
Clyatt P.O. Box 220, Counter and black &white TV, stoves, ESTATE BROKER
top range, yellow, -- furnished for $26,000. Call
---------- 520,000.
Lake City, Fla. 32055. tfchg. 206 South Water StreetPAUl&IRENEFAUlKNER
like new $75. 473-3318. 1tp refrigerators, furniture & air 496-3209 evenings. 1tp 8/7
- ---- 10 x 20 PATIO COVERS conditions BARGAIN
8/7 CEN-
: ------------- Need listings on homes and BRASINGTON
------------ Homes and mobile homes. TER, U.S. 301 South. tfchg. 964.5065 small Cadillac-Oldsmobile I
FOR SALE: 3 Bedroom house
FOR SALE 1971 $180 installed, $140 un in- ------------ Beautiful, and acreage.LAWTEY Sales & Service
Datsun high 20
: 510 2 and 16x20 utility room on dry acre Fit. .
MISCELLANEOUSPIANO door Sedan stalled GATOR MOBILE tract with / /-ir/re/ion, / ,.; (til 1 ( .1-11
excellent condi- HOME SERVICE CO. Ph.372- FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts Crystal Lake. large lots with approx. 12 acres in ,(I,782 380

tion, good rubber, new 9767, Gainesville. tfchg. and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE dock and sand beach $43,000. pecan trees. Ideal location to ,_iir ......ro. win A .."..; Cu is'rakr,, /' 'ru On
Caddln'/ /
build. '"-= /11110"200t
battery, new radiator and new HOMES SALES, Hwy. 100 Call 473-2252 after 5:30: p.m.
N.W 13
hose throughout. - 3785301
Only reason W. Starke, 964-5606 tfchg. It 8/7

for selling can't drive two cars SEWING MACHINES repaired, ---------.,...-- ------------ 3 Bedroom 1 1'44 bath, completely -... .. GAINESVILLEDavidson:: ::
TUNING REPAIR: Will at same time, $1250. Call all makes cleaned oiled and furnished home with central r MULTIPLE If
buy old l"aIlUS.Nlilianl\ Claude Crowson, 9646305a.m. adjusted $7 Work guar FOH SALE:Diamond needles; tor FOR SALE: Farm 4 bedroom heat and air, also carpet and

(urge, 1228 Bldiiding:! :bt.Stdrke : or 473-4225 afternoons. anleed. James Strickland 964- any stereo, over 247 differentones house, 10 acres pasture & swimming pool. LISTINGS II |

Ph. 4528lip(; Itp 8/7 8733 tfchg., we have them all. Dah- pines, tractor & new equip- i. ,

mer's Discount tfchg. ment. Livestock included -------------
------------ .i
Handyman Special $3,500
-- -- ----- :-- $36,000. Ph 964-8739. 1tp FOR SALE: All types of Colored I I Mobile Home Park F
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: 1965 Falcon Ranchero 8/7 Pencils In stock The ,tl tlIn
FOR SALE: at Office
SALE 6x9 Linoleum 2 BR 4
Has drinking caused FOR : $3,93. acres $6,500
your you 6 cyl., 3 speed $350.1965 ------------ Shop. Colorbrite Non-Face, City Limits
to be sick and tired of being Buick Skylark V-6, AT, $250. t Motorcycles ) 9x12 Unoleum 898. Also.' FOR 20 cents each. Thick lead I I II
SALE 4
bedroom
sick and tired? Ph. 964 7959, 12x12 and 12x15 in stock. : brick Handyman Special $7,000
9647619 or 4732108. 7/3 Ph. 964-8608. Itp 8/7 Hundreds to choose from at home, 323 N. Walnut Street.Ph533.2633.7312tchg each opaque, and colorama 30 cents $30 Per Mo.
------------ also Mongol .
13tp 9/25. Dahmers Discount, tfchg. 8/7 Starke-4 BR, 2 lots $10,500
.:... -,--------.. -_- --------- colored pensils, 11 cents I I Walk To New
- -- -
FOR SALE 1973 each. Stop in and take look.
: Honda CB 100, a .
FOR SALE: 1972 Vega,2 door, 3 Starke-2 BR frame $8,890 Shopping Center
FOR SALE BY OWNER: Concrete -
four
stroke excellent
-LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast speed. Runs good. $825. Call 9646869. Itp 8/7 condition block home, 2 bedroom, I II Cily tins. Wale' R Sewer : }
IStarke-2
with X-11 Diet Plan $3. 964-5010. ltch9731PERSOIiAE'SEAYICE BR frame $12,500
REDUCE ------------ [ FOR RENT J 2 baths, living room w/fire- 3 Br Frame House in CilyLiku ft*
excess fluids with X- ------ ----
place, fprmal dining room, Now with On 301 South ;m'
Pel $3 KOCH DRUG acreage. Lakefront 2 BR $22.000Theresa3
STORE. SUZUKI OF STARKE: Your eat-in ,tttchen, family room I I :*> .j

7/3. 15tchg 10/9 authorized Suzuki Dealer. w/wet bar, central heat & air, $38,000 3 BR, 2 Bath, CH&A, Jolu Motel

- w Phone 964-6020. 304 East Call FOR RENT: Trailer space on 2 car carport, utility room, One Acre Lot. 1.656 sq. ft. living BR, 2 lots $22,000

". 'COWARD'S' REFRIGERATION: Street rfchg. Morgan Road. Ph. 9647942or fenced yard plus 3.rm. apt. area. 1 '/. miles out of City Limits I I II 964.8810 II ,
StarkeSOLDick' $23,500
,
'P Air conditioning and appliance - --- 964-8100 after 5.;'1tchg 8/7 with heat & air. Shown by of Starke.

_\II" r Ph. 9648025. 7/24 _......,... only. Phone 473-
service. ------ .--- appointment For Sale: 2 Story house close to Lawtey-3 BR brick $34.000

rr ; lIp.. Si 14 .. ...... PAINTING: Part.tifrie.rrell FOR SALE: HONDA, 1973 -.FOR RENT.-2: bedroom. partially. li 4731 or 4733444..No Collect"I ... towq.( ,.,Upstairs 1urAi8kL9d4ptw! I* '***-lV I
G ,fir' "o i '; to < V*" eStarkeSOLDck t JT"
-j| "Streetr bike; low' mileage, 'Calls:: tfchg.= downstairs 3 BR. ..
medium size furnished house. S35",500ic."-
job* Free No children '
4i I estimates ... h
condition $500. Call 782- -
good
1"1" t:" -r..r. ( $4 per hr. plus materials. 3619 $125 per mo. 534 W. MadisonSt. 30 acres with good timber, Long' p ,
Fla.
I" I Contract, references. Call Lawtey, 1tp 8/7 Ph. 964-8404 or 9647521.1tp paved road front. 4 miles N. of I Keystone BR brick $46,000 I II
I -- ------ *
\ ili Alan Baxter' 8/7 Home and
964-5236. 7/31 Starke, terms.Commercial
1 3tchg 814WEDDING ------------ t REAL ESTATE 1 Hampton-1 V4 acres $9.200HamptiSOLD1 Materials *
< Building
\t building, block con- I I I
1 \ ----------- FOR RENT Concrete block
1 : struction, 2,400 sq. ft. 1 acre $A'HamptcSOLDres WE BUILD
'
((() t FOR SALE l
I 4.. house, 2 bedroom, unfur-
.. '< ... I PICTURES PLUS: land, 3 miles from Starke.
'.,1fto1o-> ..... They can be reasonable. Let nished. 4 miles west on Rd. O I $4,000 I II I YOUR PLANS OR OURS
.
; I "",">,,\\I A me show you our albums. Ph. 16. Ph. 4-7774.. 1tp 8/7 19 acres, Lawtey, good timber YOUR LOT OR OURS
\ I 9645313. --- ---------
: !
:, --//l/ ,J\\ tfchg. FOR SALE: Tastee Freez. Call Terms. Hampt SOLD $3,950 FREE ESTIMATES
-- --------- FOR RENT 3 bedroom, unfur- I I
"VValfll you taste his barbequed :
chicken: before you hol- 752.0977.8/7 James Toner/ Lake 8/14 City, Fla. nished house, 314 N. ChurchSt. :.I \..: 176 acres, Brooker area. Some Graham.30 acre farm $75,000 REMODELING REPAIRS

BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete 2tp Itp 87BRADFORD 1! planted pines. '
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Jer -- -- -- ADDITIONSHOMES
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sharpening service, circular, ------------ I trwiU'9a' I Lawtey2.75 acres $9,500 I II

PRtVENT SEPTIC TANK hand, carbide, chain mower FOR SALE: AKC St. Bernards 4 1 to 10 acres open land. 4 Miles BOUGHT SOLD .

blade hollow ground and bal- females, 6 weeks old. DHL VILLAGE APART- from Starke. Home sites only. Lawtey4.4 acres $9,500 TRADED

CESSPOOL CLOGGING anced. Leave at Jackson shots and wormed, $75 to MENTS: 1 bedroom, modern, REALTYcJ I I

OM Treatment Building Supply, Starke or $125 each. Call 964-5095. Up furnished, A/C, carpeting, 1 to 2 acres mobile home sites,. Starke acres $8,200 [ ACREAGE FOR SALE

Keystone Heights. tfchg 8/7 welkin closet, enclosed patio, N.W. of Starke Terms. 964-6853
l lath a full N.- off street parking. 315 West I II
year ---------- Washington. 964.8601. tfchg. e George Roberts Jr. I Lawtey acres $10,000 HWY 3OI S STARKE TF

FOR SALE Dutchman REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER Q;
: Big
auto- --- ---------
CHECK THE RED CARPET Theresa-10 acres $12,500
Acme matic feeder Friends are asking "Is real
complete. Large
ssoff/ SECTION this paper for FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile tf 9647826YOU I I
quantities of 14 hole metal estate really moving? The
Hardware = HOLIDAY INN GULF homes outside Lawtey-10 acres $11,000
limits.
Special. J.B.
city "
-- -- Is "Yes
nest. Anton Zacek, 301 SR answer : you bet! If a

301 E. Call St. 964-6136 7/109tp/ 9/4 18, Hampton Jct. 1tp 8/7 White. Ph. 9646114_ tfchg. piece of property is reasonably Peetsvillell acres $10,000 I II
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-- priced it will sell. Well
------ ---- Drilling
BE THE JUDGEI
a irrri o 'i imrrrn nrnrm rn mnmvmn t YARD SALE: Friday and Satur- FOR RENT: Small frame house, PREFERRED PROPERTIES US.301 north 21 acres $35,000

day, 410 East Laura Street. security deposits, no pets no Exclusively!Ours: Lots are selling fast at Lake I I 2" thru 6"
Call
month.
children, $100
FILL DIRT 1tp 8/7 per Hampton Oaks. Our Heilbron-50 acres $57,000
model
after 12. 964 5157. 1tp 8/7 Fast Rotary
-- -------- Delightful, immaculate 3 BR 2B homes are under construction.
-- --------- We have 300 other hstingS.1
name in Saratoga Heights Hurry out look us over and buy I over Drilling Equipment
Top Soil FOR SALE: Anscomatic slide FOR, RENT: Summer rental tastefully decorated Central! your The-Country today. Call us, or come on in.

Fill Din projector with remote control cottages on Kingsley Lake, air Heat &air well landscaped lot. State Licensed

and focus stack loader & conditioned. Ph. 533.2366 - Lots starting at $3,500 a few I I IL.
REALTOR
SACKETT.
rotary tray. $50. Ph. 964.5313. after 6pm. tfchg. lake lots still FRED
Remote yet close In 40 of the available.
I
I
1tchg. 8/7 -.* 205N. Temple(US-301)) PumpsNew
Call 468.1873STEPHEN cleanest acres you'll ever see ... 9)4f964.6522.468-1642
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FOR RENT: Housekeeping apt. beautiful hay, some timber L K. Edwards&-Asso. -

SMITHSTAR FOR SALE: 7 year old Morgan Weekly, furnished. Under- Fenced & cross fenced home Broker & UsedSalesPartsServlca.

Quarter horse with tack. $300 wood Motel, highway 301 with CH&A large living room, 473.4883or475.2636BYRON
.
ROUTE HAMPTON FLA. Call Jacksonville 3846364. North of Starke. 7/24 3tp 8/7 country kitchen complete witha JIMMY MOORE'S
1tchg 8/7 good variety of friendly, farm
- - E-Z Terms
AMA* M LUL titittiiltlitHiitHttttt", ----- animals bam 2 car garage. Sun .
------ SportsMORE
FOR RENT: Olm's Subdivision E. DUCE.
4J, ..
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FOR SALE 1/2/ acre lots, $25.00 per Reg. Re-1' Estate Broker
: Washers and
r Kingsley Lake Rambling home : BOAT FOR I PIUmbin.1
1" '
Dryers frost-free refrigerator- month. Water & Sewage with large living & dining room, 393 N. Temple Ave. YOUR MONEY TF
freezers. 9645760. furnished. For information call 964-7700
Itp 8/7
:4 .. Mark 'Olin, Olin's Mobile sunny Florida room 4 BR, 2 B. STARKE PH 964-5791
.
..0
------------ Acreage for sale: 5 acres, New Installation/
- -
Homes Sales, Hwy. 100 W., ...
Q'I 30
,
I FOR SALE: 2 bar stools, - acres, COMPLETE OUTBOARD aSTERN ,
Starke 964 5606. tfchg.
0 wooden, swivel top w/back. Large well built home on over 460 acres. RemodelingRepairs
A ------------ DRIVE SERVICE
v % Stereo, AM-FM, 8 track tape, an acre of land. 3 BR, 2B. House & 10 acres
FOR RENT Extra clean 3 AND REPAIR
headphones and record : CH&A. Owner will finance.

0 + player. Utility trailer, rebuilt bedroom trailer, $150 month. -- House on a good fishing lake. COMPLETE FIBERGLASS

Utilities furnished. 4681985. Brick 3 BR, 1 B; LR, kitchen with I REPAIR'
like new 5'4"x 6'10" bed. 964-
One of the best |
farms in I DurranC.
7/312tp 8/7 t the |
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8612. 1tp 8/7 dining area and over 1 acre of CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS
pAt . land county with 3300 sq ft. brick
------------ FISHING BOATS
home. Ask for details''
/ FOR RENT Furnished Duplex, - -
:
CARPORT SALE: Vacuums, ,LISTINGS Pump & Supply
utilities furnished. 603 E. Ocala block 1800 sq. ft. home FINANCING,
V sewing machines, buttonhole RENTALS .NEEDED SSIYE $
Washington Ave. Itp' 7/31 with 3 BR, 2 B, kitchen family
attachments, books, vacuum room, LR, DR, huge game room Call Anytime Company

bags, many more items. 1103E. (near completion), large utility VERNIE'ODOM FRED DAVIS J

Call Street, 4th house on bldg., nicely landscaped lot. 964-5476 864 N. Temple Ave.
: ( Balance left past hospital. Itp 8/7 GMC TRUCKS
Speed - -
ANTED I
t BUICK PONTIAC"A Starke
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Little Lake Santa Fe beautiful,
LITTLE RIDE CAN
remote, lot Owner
see FOR SALE: Early American undeveloped 9647061.tl
SAVE YOU A LOT" Tf
will finance.
maple cannon headboard and 15000.

:a ik; SW'Per Wheel frame. King size foam mat' WANTED: Used sofas, bedroomsets -' - 10 ACRES, GREEN COVE. SPRING. 5"

treuw/twin box springs. Uke washers stoves and Road 230 3.34 acres with 489' 10 Minutes' From

Luhm With Filter New. Cost $685. Will sell for refrigerators., Dahmers Dis road frontage. Room for 6

.. Fr.. I $275.473-3752 or 964-7867. count. 7/24 Btchg 9/22 houses i $8,000. Keystone Heights Olin's Subdivision

8/7 -*-.*" .-------- J. r' -
& Oil Chang.Qeneral .----.r----: ',-.- 70 of white sand beach & crys- ,750 Per Acre
I .nSMALL EASTERN ORTHODOX tal clear water at Silver Lake

CfJ I FOR SALE: $698 LP records RE.UGIOUS COMMUNITY. Estates, Interlachen furnished, '159" Per _
J Repair* $4.98, $5.98, LP for $3.98 atDahmer's dispersed by a fire, urgently attractive cottage 22560. ..

2/27 seeks 10-50 quiet wooded No Low Land
w ,| 26tchg 8/25 Discount acre or abandoned farm, at "Ceceiiaf.ferwillegar;'i'

:i nir. ConditioningLawn : ----- ...-. modest price,. for rebuilding Reg. Real Estate Broker WEST CENTRAL,

.'ift't prayer and study center. 208W. Madison Ave. REALTY: I INC. res -
HOWS OF HOBBYS Full line of
: Registered Broker 9 ,
'Abbot Augustine Whitfield, fAL'OR:
n ;i Mowers Mufflers Brakes I 1 arts and crafts. Also guar 3712' Hedrtek, Jacksonville, offlc.9647776r".r 1-378-2308. Anytime ,'h Aoro Lob For Riot $2ilg gP.yMt! ywaNr e r

....._.. anteed stereo repair. 118 Via. 32205. No phone calls home 964-5145 r Evenings Call: .... .aNew. .... ,.Fumieh d
Court.. Ph.. 964-7329.. tfchg. pleate/ 8/7 2tp 8/14 Art Palray '
Tune-Ups .Repair I Call Mark Olin 964-S60ejHwy. OO W.nT
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TELEGRAPH August 7,1973



. 3 Enter Sept. 9 Voting In City Ap rtnlents Gen. McMillan Honored By- Guard Maintenance UnitCAMP I

(From Page 1 ) ,.
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BLANDING to a certain helmet!, Ccii.I "
STAKKK Three more men next election. He is still the last 30 days before the facts In order to make a fair Retiring Mat. General HenryW. McMillanuis! rctciTinn In.a

have qualified for city unopposed. registration books colsed on decision, and when those were McMillan, adjutant story I from UU II days when'
"ituxvrnmeni spots, bringingthe Qualifying began July 21 Aug. 1, Starke gained approximately available area residents general of the Florida then ('olonl'lklIJ.4il: : 1\ilIIIo\ |
total to five candidates and ends Aug. 19 at noon. 45-50) new voters. would be notified National Guard, was honored hunt then U. llan> 1I.lldi"I'down

running in the Sept. 9 election In order to qualify, one must City Clerk Merrill Edwards A motion passed to hold the Friday, Aug. 1, by the lo Undo certain ccp.| ,(,<>r
There' are only eight days be a registered city voter and could give no predictions as to decision to grant or deny a Maintenance Division of the Arm' auditors. ,?
remaining lo qualify. pay a fee to the city clerk's expected voter turnout for the zoning change for an unspecified Florida Army National Guard (Florida's number nix-
Kill Chambers entered the office. election. period of time not to based here. soldier returned the' praise' '

police chief race Tuesday Two commission seats, the "I haven't given it any exceed 30 days. The vote was MG McMillan, from St. heaped upon him t l II\ leimiim,i
morning, and incumbents police chief and city clerk thought, because I've been so 4-0 as Commissioner Bryan Augustine, will retire effective 'the Maintenance: II\IMCHIJ.ii
:tmm" McKae and Vernon spots will be decided in the busy here," he said. VI! abstained due to conflict of August 12 after servingas Camp (handing/ I he "linest'
S iheir" "fly commission seats at Neva Flynn, supervisor of myself," he said. estate agent selling the land Guard for 13 years. His nation.." (ien Jlt: :Mi11on, \ sjk| |

the commission meeting elections, said there are 2,215 and will get a commission.At military Career began 46 he has \'isil'dallllllal: : lu.i'rd( :
TUl* .IY night. qualified registered voters in the end of the afternoon years ago in the Florida lacihties in oilier" Status and is
tlwmbers. 35 worked in the Starke. Of that number 2.106 MosquitoesSprayed session, the board discussedwith National Guard when he ( 4a in a position lo evaluate ihe

police department 10 years, are Democrats 89 are Attorney Gene Shaw its enlisted as a private and various nlll1111('IHII1('(' installill -
mini ho lost his bid to retain Republicans/? and 20 are responsibility in backing up advanced through the ranks to ions. .

the chiefs post in 1974. registered as "other" she By the Zoning Board in its his present grade of major "I 1 know Ihe evaluation<< Ho was appointed acting said.Mrs. decision. The Zoning Board is general. active .Arinv p'upllbu hate
chief l h>' the city commission Flynn said that within9DaysLeft an advisory and research After World War II, Mc lo dullh\ mainleiiaiHeopera '

in 1974! when Ken Fuqua agent for the County Commission Millan served as chief of U.S. !ions.1 s.ndUi: i MeMillan. I

resigned. that position on June CountyAreas and its decisions do Military Mission to Paraguayand i a : .

I'l. 1974Chambers\ is married and not go into effect until ratifiedby as division commander of The )general( Holed; Dial I Ihe

children. To New of Bradford County a vote of the commission. the 51st Infantry Division Florida :National) ( ;luard.N,,
has lour :2 Commissioner Buy were sprayed for mosquitoesand Board members wondered if a before taking command of the number one in the nations! III

.'111111IkHae tirtmp: ends his fifth bugs from a helicopterlast separate investigation shouldbe state's National Guard units 1 reei'intmy :and "'(''''11'11I11' ,I
term on the commission this Auto Decals Wednesday, July 30, in a made, and Shaw advised to which now total about 4,400 :McMilKin: ( thanked Hie- 'otI
lie became dean of the new program being tried by rely primarily on the Zoning men. Maj. General Henry W. McMillan, left Is presented with a I leers and.. men 'tor v.."MI I he
vcar.commission when One There are only nine days left the County Commission. Board's investigation. During his tour as adjutant chrome plated combat helmet mounted on a pedestal with a lei'Hied "nut.slaiiilinu, still|'|'nlrtgiven.mv' |

\\ Iltl/.i/ ns retired. Vo-Tech to purchase auto tag renewal Residents in the affected "If you don't back your general, McMillan has servedas sword mounted beneath by Col. Harry Hatcher and Sgt.-Maj. )( during) Ins, teniiiias
washer" Joe Warren is the first decals, and the tax collector's area report the spraying with investigating committee, you president of the National Bob Drake from the Guard's Maintenance Division at Camp adiutant( ucnci.il)( ,

to oppose) ) McKae in two office is feeling the rush. the chemical Diabrome to be might as well conduct all the Guard Officer's Association of Blandlng. I.
elections.Marke. "We've been busy as the effective, according to County zoning investigations your. the United States and as
insurance man dickens." Mrs. Esther Carter, Sanitarian Jack Trawick. self, because the Zoning president of the National Busing rrr..r Gunter Murder Trial Begins*' I

\crnon Silcox has served two assistant tax collector, said. The entire county was gone Board decision won't mean Guard Adjutant's. General (From Page I )
"let'm> on commission The Mrs. Carter said the office over, though not sprayed in all anything," said Shaw. Association. STARKE The trial of Arthur bevy at (Gunter home on

.4-.t'iV. Old Croup 4 com has sold about 5.000 renewal areas, between 6-9:20: a.m. The County Commission Headquarters of the Florida Tom Casey, principal at Jones, Jr., charged with the Cralian) St 11'1.l 'I Jo'l'I'I"WI'I.' :!:I.
ir.isMoner: beat Carlton decals, and expects to sell that Wednesday."We decided to meet Monday, Aug. national Guard Brigade is in Hampton Elementary School first degree murder of u IH7.' ; iunler i died at Hie"

h.iMain.. and Ernest Allen in many more before the Aug. 20 sprayed the areas 25, at 9:30: a.m. to make a St. Augustine. Gen. McMillan reminded the board that at Starke resident got under way Bradford, ('niinl.v Hospital) less
I'i71\ .mil was unopposed the deadline. where mosquitoes were the decision on the zoning of the plans to live in St. Augustine one time a plan was submitted in circuit court here on than :24! hours alter illegal,
More people are coming in most concentrated," Trawick property. .- after his retirement. for staggering school times, Wednesday. Aug. (6. tempt was made.. &
rather than mailing in to says. Starke Mayor Charles Some 75 members of the which would cut busing costs Patricia Carroll and Vi'lmu .('CIIIl'Sas indicteil', fur,;

Budget Work renew their tags, she said. The helicopter, with Tra Schaeffer looked at the Maintenance Division by about $40.000, but the plan Jean Covington are also murder on :\1.11:1 I: and suit
To renew by mail, one need wick aboard, sprayed crowded City Commission prepared by a crew headed by was rejected because it would charged with the beating I nulled a written: |plea' ol tiol
only send m the vehicle mosquitoes from 450 feet and meeting room. Sgt. Broward Capps attendedthe involve mixing lower and death of Tom Gunter in m )UliiltN, lo (Circuit t Court ,luil|!cR
Set At Lawtey registration renewal certificate dropped down to 250 feet for "You'd better get com luncheon Friday in the higher grade levels on the attempted strong arm rob- .A. ( ireen m the .lul.v' ::4s1|

plus $1.35 for service flies. Trawick reported after fortable, because I have huge maintenance complex buses, and would require IWIII'inNa : \(. .

LA WTEY -A special budget charges.The the flight, a new experience it's to be hard deep in the camp maximum cooperation among ...
feeling going a
planning session is set tonight decal will then be sent for him, that he was glad to night he said. Gen. McMillan termed the the schools. Pr...ur. S.lIinlJ *'

Thursday. Aug. 7at) 7:30: lo the address on the renewal get his. feet back on the Art, Louden, speaking on chrome /plated? helmet Richard Jockel, superintendent II' Z
iit which the city council certificate.The ground.The presented him by the Main- of Bradford Schools
pm behalf of the of
till I try to balance a budget on decal system went into county is contractingwith petitioners, asked the group councilto tenance Division a "gorgeous suggested: that the board had .E ] Q citc;; $ n
Jacksonville Helicopter I shall treasure it the rest UL
.1 projected income of $49.000. effect this year and will reconsider its promise to gift. three options either to accept c .
The town's current budget is continue through next year's Service for the spraying.The provide utility service to the of my life the new plan try to implement M
C;;;.509. but both federal and vehicle renewal. The county's fogging in and "I hope in a couple of years a plan for staggering
state revenue sharing funds following year new tags will program using a fogging development proposed that the question area remain, Col. Hatcher doesn't call me school times, or to try to faJlJ'; l (] 0aJ11130
hate been slashed in half, be issued. machine mounted on a pick up single family residential for up and ask me what happened combine the two plans.STUMP'S :
according to Clerk Lucille truck has been discontinued.
the next 20 years or so. V.C
xhulord. All but about $16,000 D
75 Chrysler Cordoba
ot the current budget is revenue 75 Chevy Nova B.uII'U'' Maroon W'h Match C
sharing funds Mayor A H.IChb.Ck Loaded With ,
jo n. In'.r.or.' Loaded With AM III
Robert Scott said.In II Factory Air AT PS. Los Than, FM ".r.o, Crulo. PS. PW. .
.000 Mil. Ju,1L New With :r
ec'ory An virnnyl Roof. IhcU
the
other action Monday, a I Cyllnd.r Mo'or. Real G.
IIone' 2. MI., Gal I A If'
council: M M'I.' .... This W..k Only Real Money Sa ToWith, Clone
-Again turned down Marshal U $3799 Thll week Only $5399 7
:M.M. Jordan's request
Ion u salary increase for he _l '75 Chevrolet '75 Vega Wagon D

.mil !liurbageman: Bud Barber. ... Plikup 1 Whl. Orl... PS Aufo. A B..ulliul Wagon AT. Factory :I
,I'ouncilmen Ben McCulley Tren. Cof. O.lu. Pk. Surf Ar One Owner Eel,. Low .iiiIU
Inc Trfs A Whle Len Then M.I..... Sunburst Vollow With,
and John Robertson and 1 eeea 10,000 Mlle. Lilt/ Over 11.500. Eoooh.1I While, Interior' Thll :!II
:\Ui\ttr Scott all opposed raising : This Week Only Week Only. C

salaries now,. telling Jor- ." 'u $5499 $3499 rt
ilan he should earn what the I'
iol paid when he was elected. +: '74 Monte Carlo '74 Toyota Corolla a'

The council budgeted $1.500tor Landau Whil. Root Win 1 Dr. 1600 Dew. .. with AT, Fac ..
pay raises for the marshal, I U Maroon. Bottom Swvel, Bucket .ory A.r Condo BeauhtuiSeta M
Lud.d. A B..u..lul Car Mu'elloc.Grey Len Than 10.000 M
ilerk. and garbage collector, 7 II To Own. This Week Only. Mile' .. Thll Week Only
but only Clerk Shuford has *
1: $4175
revetted a raise, a $600 hike. $2200iy $3175
I II l ftclally called for a Dec. ii '74 Cutlass Supreme '74 Vega GT Wagon at

.' cilelection in which the U A Truly B..ufllul Cer. Maroon Bqup W"n" Auto''..no. Fac C
I
marshal clerk and three $2600 t." : U With M.'ch'nll' Interlor Loaded lory Ar., Lu..e Rat,. Bucket __ ,e
councilmen. Barbara Jordan All The Way W'h Malthnq, Seals Rally wno., Fornl _
it'g] : Wh..II. A Ur You Would B. Green LII' Ov.r 54200 A Real
Robert Scott and Spurgeon ,. : "1101 ......Proud To Own Thll Week You Gn Saver Only' Z
:\1.11010must run. .. ....C.n. For Only 397
Instructed Clerk Shufordto iy: iy :a D
:.,Un, .. '
'
:, v
73 12 Ton ::8
write a letter transferring 73 Pont Lemans Chevy

responsibility of the fire truck .! w.Nave 2. Both Are Eetra Nte A Oak Saver. a Real' Worker
mom the city to the Lawtey :,' Ise a Lo.d.d. w. Will Sell Them LIIIIB J Sod" I CyhndeV' CIfI *
"1 ,.. I Y Thin W..k Only. Your Choice Trim and Thn" week only 7M
\olunleer (Fire Department. :
2 2450 0 iII

-Was told by Mayor Scott .. .. '73 Scout II '7 Old ,eU

i he city has been approved to e.Whl. Drive. 7-Spd. 0" Road Maverick, I Dr AT. PS. Facly a
employ a lineman at $7.900 per Tire' Locking Hub. A Hun,... lory A'r.' A Real Nca low Mile" _.
voar under the federal Comprehensive L Dream And'h.T'm.' II Near. So Aqv Aufo One That Will. Sav. :I
and Buy Now end Save Af Tnll Low.VDU Money on On. A Real Buy iiiI
Employment .. Low Pr.c.. This, Week Only. af Only.
framing Act for the next 11 !
months.Approved. +c: $2688 _.

the required.Id as Buick n ,.
72 Ford tit Ton
\ ertismg of a millage increaSC. I I. Electra 225.M.dn.hO, Blue' 7 0,
.
BlacN V / 2.Sod. A Real Mann
The city has to levy I H' Loaded W.'h' Tao Many MOel
II TruCk. Nice Rubb. Even:. .
To Lsl' A Ch.nce"'o ,
three mills to qualify for revenue l Clue I W,11,.. Sell Thll Truck Steal A Y
: lu.urY Car AThe *
sharing funds, but less Thin W..k Only Pru. Thn Weeh Onl.
tr
.than that. :2971 mills, will $1888 Za
I. #
bring in the same amount of $2200 a II .
that three mills did last : D
money t 72 Grand Prix
.
.
72 Chevy C 10 ..
Hence, three mills the
at .
vear. "f.1'1'/! IV A B"UII'ul' Sly.r Met wile
.Whl Drive. 250 V
I. 2 Sod
city will be raising taxes if Roo' A Ca You Would' B. II
Tru. SWB StoP S'd.' wn Sell
.. a Proud To Own A' The
only slightly. Thll Well. Only' Prue I .
.. ', .'411. wn Sell If At Thn Wen Check
] II $1888 M. Price. Tn.n Decide .
.
ef.
., .
I '
72 Mazda -72
Ford
j 101. 2 0' L'm.' Gr..n, W'h 1
','.. Z Spd RCN A RolOwnn Gao Saver TDllno. bDr. A qua( family. 7
"Y.' And A Locally Ca,. That Car With, Factory Air& PS. AT.. _
; M Will, Save You Money So Buy SmA11 V 1. Nice, And Clue A. _
.. ',. .
{ Today A' Only Real Buy Thin Week Only. AY
$2200 !l: $1288 $1788:1


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I 4 71 Dodge Ton -
;: st ;-., "i C 20. LWB .
V
% I..Spd. 16"Tnn ,
s.1 LWB Slant n
; ? : I Bn.n. 2 Spd. A
7 a wide Cody A Chanel To
j
eei r""( Right, Thin Week Only. Buy Decent Truck. A Real. Buy.' .

C(2( ((2 .a $156" $1188. 'M

.. Akike (
.S '71 Plym Wagon *
71 Maverick
You are invited to loin the :I: ,, : > 202. V.I With Ip,. Sub. q P.... Smell V.B AT
2.S.d. A Mal
happy hundreds who ..... Suer. G. PS. Factory .'" New Radial 0Miles.
II
wor e'fre Sharp With Low
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T" .. .a Rec. A Real
ship God each week at the L A Goad Buy Af Only Good wyy. Thll wok Only. UEL

Church"Exciting"of Starke.First Baptist a great 0 '$1566 $1466 II


Our challenge Is to reach ," '. +: '70 Rebel '70 Chevy IIz Ton !

people in the of SST. lets Low Mileage' Only SWB Smell V.1. g.Sod. A Good ..
name Jesus
2'.000 MIe,. .. Small V.I. AT. Truck. One You Can Afford ;
Christ and teach them the imDression 'l"'l"'f ::a Local Owner. A Real Good Buy That Has Many U Tlhs Week ;.
word of God. '!.'..\\. .. !I Only Only.
.
.'. I 0': $988 $1188' irL
A Bible-Teaching Sunday <. ;

:45A.M. (Stall In Shoes RAND! '69 I' 169 Mustang .V
A Bible Preaching Worship By U. Ford /1 Ton Real GOOd Mach Must Move'Thb I ...Spll. V.I Cer Pant Thll Beck.WNk I ILWB,6Cyl.,1.Spd.A 9

11:00: A.M. Truck That You Can Oeeend. Will B. Solll By Bids, Only. Man

', : + S' w ,.. .on Thil' W..k Only, lid'. i:
A Christian NW 4a + c e tJAA l V
Training U }: U .$988 $500 .
Program -,:1$ P.M.

:- Evening Praise and 1. '66 Dodge Van' '. "'66 Ford II Ton 1
An ...
.. Preaching 7:30: P.M. _N Th.i W.y llent Chance Alw.YI T.Want o."ln... LWB WI",.Body 2.S...... 1.CYI l"Make
.' In .c.lI.n' Coed A
... Your Own Van C'.n.
: ChanceChar' T. Buy V.urNIt A a
: First Baptist of Starke Th'' Price. You Most Buy
LA' Truck A
;: "The Sunday Place to Be" .. RaS499
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r: "The Church with a Heart.
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: In the Heart of Starke" } TWO LOCATIONSKEYSTONE47.4470: ::a

: Ben P. Bryant
Pastor .

Bradford ,. lit
i William Square
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