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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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US GAINESVILLE LIDRAnY lIISTOR,FLA. 12601 of fA HISTOR"




Apartment Complex Hinges On County's DecisionSTARKE


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Opposition to the must meet to'request a by DS&N on west SR-100 just ,vey on the people in the area. the project?" asked Com- is lncorporated"into the City investigation of the discrepancy 1 about the zoning of the
proposed SR-100 apartment decision on its loan. outside the Starke city limits. missioner Jimmy McRae. of Starke. property.
also rests the .
complex will get its next and Motion to tentatively with- "We only ask that the Opposition on \
council I "Well.that's: County Commissioner and Second the motion
bond idea came
of
one
possibly final chance to blockDS&N draw the city's proposal to give further considerationto Issue possibility to expand floating the city a water I' Loudon said. -The area will not be annexed real estate salesman Ralph from Commissioner Marc t

Developments, Inc. provide utility service to its commitment to DS&N. and waste treatment plant to Mayor Schaefer stated in unless the city providesall Bryan, who is responsible for Jackson Initially the vote i
Aug.25 when the County Com- DS&N Developers until the The apartments, if built, will meet the needs of the com- discussion of granting utilitiesto utilities to the apartment the sale of the property in revealed a 2.2 tie, with Epps I
mission will vote on the Zon- county commission makes a have an adverse impact in our plex, Loudon said. Mayor the development firm, that: complex. question, told the council that and Jackson in favor, McUae :
ing Board's recommendationfor final decision about multi- area, and since most of us Charles Schaefer assured the "We will let anyone hook this is not a forced situation, and Silcox against the 1
reclassification of the family zoning was defeated 3-2 have been paying for our that there is no problem -DS&N will pay construc onto city utilities if they pay that the builder wants to take proposal.' After a moment's
group
property involved. in the Tuesday, Aug. 5, meet- property for 20 years, we just with waste disposal, that there tion'costs, an impact fee, and construction costs and are an all city utilities and, In fact, contemplation, Mayor
The Starke City 'Com- ing of the City Commission. don t want this to happen," can never be enough people in usage.The official part of the, city," wants to be annexed to the Schaefer broke the tie with a
mission refused to back downon The motion was made in Loudon said.Commissioner. Starke to outstrip capacity of only cost to the city Schaefer said.Schaefer vote against, defeating the. :
its tentative agreement to response to a request to the Harold Epps the for hookup of utilities will be city.At Schaefer's motion 32.
existing plant.
provide utilities to the firm in council by Art Loudon, repre- responded that maybe: the the engineers' fee for impact also affirmed that Clerk Merrill Edwards request read City City Attorney GeorgePierce
its Aug. 5 meeting, leaving the senting a group of residents commission acted a little has- "Is it my understanding study. the city agreed tentatively to copy of the letter from the a said it was his opinion
zoning decision the one opposed to an apartment tily at the time of the promise, that you people think that if The'"Utility contract will provide all three, utilities to engineers to the city that the services cannot be
remaining technicality DS&N complex proposed to be built and should do an impact sur- we reject DS&N they will drop not be granted unless the area the apartments water I sew- explaining how the developers impact fee extended legally to the pro- j

_.__ I age, and electricity, and if was computed, but Com- posed complex unless it is first I
'., .n n DS&N elects to accept electri- missioner Vernon Silcox was annexed to the city. Annex'j zi
: \ cal hookup from Florida not satisfied. ation is possible by City Council I
Power and Light or Clay Elec- "We're getting two or three action if 15 percent of the Iresidents'
tric Co., the city will be sides to this thing (impact fee petition for it and no I
obliged to refuse water and one objects, he said. 1
computation). What we really 1
sewage to the area.Commissioner. need is facts becausethe
meligrnpl1"The more Opposition to the Zoning I
question as it stands is of Board's recommendation that I

mentioned that the connectionfee Epps intent," Silcox said. ?. the property be rezoned to

of$475 for unpaved streets The motion, as finally stated allow multiple-family housing
and $575 for paved streets, as by Epps was that the com- was voiced both at the Zoning
recommended mission tentatively 'hold off'on Board meeting July 29 and the
'' Sweetest Strawberries This Side Of Heaven" by city County Commission meeting
engineers ran up a bill of making further decisions
about the matter and Aug. 4. The County Commission
about $20,000 in all, rather proceeding -
97th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 15 Cents
4th Issue Thursday, August, 1975 Copy than the $8,000 figure pub- with the agreement made Maurice granted a request by'Mrs.
lished in the July 29 Tele- with DS&N until the County Wingate to
graph. He requested further Commission makes a decision (See Page 4))





$46,069 Budget" Schoolmen, Try\;. .i.J







Set, InLawtey To Trim Costs :'" \






LAWTEY A $46,06 ; ;c- i

spending bill for fiscal 1975-7 i" { _' Y Of Kids
was tentatively
approve Busing
Monday night, Aug. 11, a ix+' (fxr r b ,t te J

budget.$11,440 under the 1974-7 ; ,

The new budget wa ? i
adopted in a special two hou STARKE Eyeing a $40- .}
session almost as presented d
the city council by Clerl $60,000 savings, Bradford
$968,087
Budget
Lucille Shuford. Taxes will gi .;, s1 school officials are working 'J
up very slightly, to the three 1 ''ess'lN overtime to revise the bus
mills required to receive routing system for the

revenue sharing funds. Adds 5.1 Mills coming school year, ac-, ;'
Only change-made by flu. I
to
cording SuperintendentRichard
council Is a $3,000 addition tithe
streets and sanitatioi Jockel. ;
allocation, increasing it ti. A special advisory com- :
$10,500, for salary for a'utilit; To UC Tax LevyLAKE mittee was appointed i!

maintenance man, thi ... Monday 11
suggestion coming fron morning, Aug. "
councilman Ben McCulley ;!. ca, ,,,;Nor +fyga''r A +f fl M44r 5n BUTLER.- With onlya will be \paid $12.596.: County to devise working plans to J i

The council proposes to pay i quorum present, the Union commissioners will receive be submitted to Jockel this :
man to maintain the new County Commission $6,912, but their salary can go week and a formal recommepdatipftto'he.School'- :'J.

water' \system, and ,to .haw ,,"nani.mqQs1Y;: apprpyed} ,.M h$7t174J.' Drlgge\s\; ,said' ",,, ; ,.:... \ ,
him h. 01' ::: ; I
keep up city streets antf tentative $98 ant8T1)laEgtat t: It\Irr. l'wrmeI1'11)e'Jt'l.J. "" ( Na )
1.do the city mowing. He woulc! 1975-76 calling for a 5.1 mill ,receive $4,209 yearly. '"isffSchttHaed "for '
i be: paid'' partially froir increase which doubles the Monday, Aug. 18, at 5 p.m. t

proceeds of the water systeir 4.84 mills the commission After, the Tax budget Collector was approved Monday's three-hour meet

and partially with the $3,001' levied last year. Josephine Addison publicly 'ing of the school board and
the council added
to street ?
The commission's new defended her budget and her principals produced few discernable -
and sanitation.The Camera-i school officials scattered when a Telegraph of general services, and Connie Clerk, vocational schoolphotographer millage rate will be 9.942, if employee's salary.. Com- I results, except a
water system is not appeared to capture the special committee's assistant director, reappeared to 11 the public know there's the budget gains final approval missioner Paul Riherd decision that the routes would
included In the new budget. A bus route planning activities. Finally Jesse Moore, director no big secret and to gel back to work. an increase of 5.1 criticized the salary at a follow the basic pattern now
be
separate budget must
mills. This'means a established remaining essen-
i person special meeting Aug. 5 saying
for that Mrs. .
prepared ,
paying $48.40 in taxes to the tially the same. A Florida
Shuford told the council. (SriI'IIKC( III)
DRAWS LIFE IMPRISONMENT county commission last year Department of Education pro-
Neither does the
new budget will pay $99.42 this year. This posal to change the routing
reflect a. $28,000 cash does not include taxes paid to system by shortening routes
carryover which the city has Arthur Jones Found the Union School Board or the and eliminating pick-ups
in the bank for a cushion.In Guilty town of Lake Butler. TeacherTalks within a two-mile radius of the
addition to the .
budgeted The new millage includes schools was discarded shortly
figures the city is planning to three mills for operation of after the meeting began.
,: move the present railroad Union General Hospital,
depot building to the present Tom Gunter which is set for "The state proposal is just
city hall site for a new city Of Murdering after its closure in March reopening 1974. too skimpy and leaves a lot of
hall. Estimated costs are kids out, said Jockel.
$5,000. The railroad building With a mill worth approximately -
has been donated to the city; STARKE.Arthur Jones, Jr. Miss Carroll admitted that paid$25 a week for his room at $25,000 the 5.1 DelayedSTARKE "The plan is very questionable. -
only costs will be moving it was found guilty of murder in her prior statement of intention the Temple Motel, shared mill increase means the ?. It recommends a com-
and demolishing the present the first degree with a sen- to rob Gunter was not occasionally by Miss Kruger. county commission will net plete cutback in services now
city halt tence of life imprisonment correct, that she did not go to His savings when released $127,500 in new property taxes With the teacher- given in our bus system, andwedon't
For this expense the city hasa recommended by a 12- the house with that intention. from LCI was$928, he said. He for 1975-76, of which Union administration talks haltedfor want to do that," said
capital outlay fund of $1,519, member local jury here last Her prior testimony also also testified that Misses General Hospital can expect a week, it looks as though Hampton Elementary prin-
the difference in the $46,069 in Thursday night. stated that she admitted to Carroll and Covington, who 75000. negotiations are on the home cipal Tom Casey.
income and $44,550 in ex- Jones was on trial for the knocking on the door, rather had been broke earlier in the The total budget figure is up stretch with only whole ar- The state's recommended
penditures.Due Feb. 23 beating death of Tom than Jones. Miss Carroll evening were able after the $62,808 from$905,279 last year.A ticles entitled maintenance of changes were presented to the
Gunter in an apparent strong stated that she must have been incident to give him money for public hearing is set next standards and salaries left to board Aug. 5 by Departmentof
to a slight increase in arm robbery at Gunter's 1r wrong in her statements to the gas and buy things at the Tuesday, Aug. 19, at 7:30: p.m. be discussed. Education transportation
city' property values, due to home on Grand Street in police investigator, that she store: before the budget will receive "We're in the final stages of specialist John F. Dial, one of
new people moving in, the city Starke. Gunter died less than was telling the truth on the The coroner's report, givenby final approval by the board. completing negotiations," a group of specialists conduct.
tax can raise the same property 24 hours after,the attempt was witness stand.In Dr Melvin W. Clark, After only about 20 minutes George Loper, spokesman for ing a six-month analysis of the
revenue next year with made. Bernstein's closing pathologist, at Alachua and no comments from the the teacher organization, the present school transportation
with 2.971,three mills mills.as it did Yet this the year Star witnesses for the arguments to the jury, he General Hospital, revealedthe sparse audience, the three Bradford Education system. The state proposal
city state's prosecution were noted that the girl was insolent cause of death to be a commissioners Chairman Association (BEA), said Aug. suggested a $36,000 six-bus
must at least three
levy millsto Patricia Carroll, who took particularly when severe blow to the head, but D.E. "Skip" Woodington, 6, before the teams recessedfor cutback; reducing the 10-12
receive state or federal part in the robbery and speaking of the death of one added that multiple injurieswere Paul Riherd and C.U. Crews- a week. stops per mile to four;
shared funds thus the
will
city received immunity for her man and the life of another also apparent in the approved the proposed Bargaining will resume shortening riding time for
incur ,
a tax in
slight
very the testimony, and Gunter's (Jones). Bernstein stated that facial area. The backs of budget.In Monday, Aug. 18. each student to 45 minutes,
crease.will be Though noticeable increase, neighbors, James Griffis and Miss Carroll was the only Gunter's hands were bruised, the new budget, the Loper said Aug. 8 the groups picking up only those students
hardly on Tommy Gibson. witness to connect Jones with indicating a struggle, and he general fund totals $631,904 had reached total agreementon outside a two-mile radius of
tax bills the is
label it, a tax city increase required and to Miss Carrol, 17 testified that Arthur Jones, Jr.. convicted the act and the location, and suffered a fractured upper left up $9.859 from last year's 32 different articles and the schools and cutting spurs
advertise that it is she and friend Velma of first degree murder of Tom her testimony was unreliable.Her arm, said Clark. He estimated 622045. Road and bridge appendixed items of the from main routes.,,
property taxes.SCHOOL raising' Covington had seen Gunter Gunter on Grand Sfreet. recount of the evening, he Gunter's age to be in the late60's totals shrank from $191,100 proposed contract. There are "We can't make you adopt
sitting on the front porch said, did not account for the or early 70's. The story as last year to $186,197, down 30 basic articles and five this plan. This is still a demo-
counting his money on the way cashier his roll of money multitude of injuries to told by Miss Carroll, Dr. Clark $4,903 this year. The county appendixed items in the 115- cratic society and you as a
home from school prior to the trusting her to take out the Gunter, particularly the death said, could not account for the health department will page contract. school board have an option.
\ date of the robbery. She also right amount of money. blow to the forehead, broken multiplicity of abrasions operate on about the same Only one subsection as I'll merely say that i if you
testified that in order to get Gunter's only source of In- upper left arm, and bruises on bruises, and lacerations foundon $15,000 as it did last year. compared to over 50 items accept this plan, you will
money to go out jukln'; she come, said Gibson, was some the hands. the body."I Circuit Court Clerk Robert remains to be agreed upon in serve those that the programis
and Velma asked Jones and sort'' of government check Jones, under oath said he would say that the old Driggers said a mill is ex- the teachers' conditions ar- designed to serve outside a
A his date Zelma Kruger to which Gunter would cash and drove the girls to the scene man got beat up pretty bad." pected to bring In $25,000. He ticle, Loper said he said the reasonable .walking distance
drive them to Gunter' house. add to the roll of rubber-band- parked around the corner andstayed Dr. Clark said. said that the increases are for groups are continuing from the schools," Dial said.
Upon arrival, Miss Carroll bound bills kept in his pants in the vicinity of the After arresting Jones on the operation of county discussions on the articles The school board, faced
testified, all four went to the pocket. car with Miss Kruger. He said charges of robbery, Officer government, including roads, ,entitled maintenance of with a decision of policy, met
door, and Jones knocked. Gibson said that he had that he had never seen Kenenth Carlton of the Starke 'Bridges,law enforcement, fire standards and salaries. with county school principalsto
When "Kung Fu Daddy," as recognized the defendant, Gunter, never been to his Police Department, said he 'department. and debt services.. Loper had again predicted discuss the feasibility of
Miss Carroll called Gunter, Jones, walking down the house, and did not take part in and a friend found the empty Driggers also said the winding up the talks last Dial's plan, and the possibilityof
came to the door, Jones hit street where Gunter lived, '''the incident. Jones testified wallet outside a 'juke joint in salaries the county officiate week. incorporating the recom-
him under the chin and Gunter examining a wallet under the that the $1,957 found on his Hawthorne. He also testified are receiving this year are at Eddie Douglas, spokesman mended system into what
fell to the floor. Miss Carroll street light. Gibson person when arrested shortly that a bottle that could have the limit mandated by the for the administration, said at board chairman Rodney Hall
BOARD also testified that they had all recognized Jones and his car after midnight was his been used to inflict the death state. Until officials reach the time, the talks were going called a 'compromise plan.
Monday.S struck Gunter several time in because he had previously savings. blow was found in the yard that limit, each shall receive a kinda' slow." He had hoped to ''Officials came to an agree-
--- p.m. the search for the money, worked with Jones in a When cross-examined by outside Gunter's house. 20 per cent raise, he ex- end negotiations last week, ment at that time to use the
STARKE COUNCIL-- which they found in Gutterspants manufacturing plant. Gibson State Attorney Eugene After two days of testimony, plained. He said since Union too.' technical data provided by the
hanging by the door. said he heard Gunter call for Whitworth, Jones admittedthat the jury received its instructions County administrators are at Douglas said Tuesday state analysis but to stagger
Tuesday 7p.m. Griffis described Gunter as help shortly after Jones got he had not been making from Circuit Court the top level, they won't morning the administration i,school times rather', than
-AUTO--TAO-- a man who never bothered into his car with three girls the regular payments of$25 on Judge R.A. Green, Jr. at 3:30: receive the 20 per cent salary had been willing to continue change the routing of. the
anyone, who didn't believe in and drove away. his car for which he owed Thursday afternoon. The bargaining this week, but bwMs'
DudllneAvtrult banks or electricity. His days The defense challenged the about $400 at the time of sale, guilty verdict, a unanimous hike.Driggers said he and the nany of the teachers had ,"Either way, we save
20mlJr were mostly spent In a rocking 'testimony of these two wit- casting doubt on his claim of a vote, was not reached until Tax Appraiser will receive other commitments he said 'money," said Vocational
chair on the front porch of a nesses, particularly that 01"' large savings. almost four hours later. $20 409 in the upcoming ie was taking this week to School, Assistant Director
'CMrtMVOICUomm house without electricity Miss Carroll. Public Defender''' Jones also admitted that he The jury was called back budget.. The highest paid "catch up on his other ;Connie; Clark.After .- .'
unity rented from Griffin for $Z a Steven Bernstein, in cross-: had been convicted of four Friday morning to decide on county official is Superin-- business.. ", ? ,, "
examining Mia Carroll, drewto felonies, and had bought the recommendation of sentence. tendent of Schools Jimmy Thou unwilling to predict long discussion about
6'alr sank Gibson testified that the old the court's attention car on the day of his release First-degree murder carries a Cason,whose salary{is $22,833. end Douglas said the Implications of staggering,
.' man could not count and did 'discrepancies in Miss from Lawtey Correctional sentence of life imprisonmentor The sheriff draws $20,474.while they would "surely" conclude school times, board chairman
t/eex..N,.._M w_Imorttf w U not even!know how old he was. CarroITi account of the Incident Institute Nov. 5, 1974. Jones death, and Judge Green the Tax Collector willhave by the time the teachers were Hall recommended that the
,_.,..i>.e.w lee.w..a e.n. When buying groceries, he between the time of her: said that he was bringing said it was the first case had a $16,838 salary. The due to report for work Aug. 25. superintendent appoint a
said, Gunter would give the arrest and the court date. home about $200 a week,and (See ,page 4)) Superintendent of Elections Bargaining began June;5. (See Page




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Wedding Henley-Bradley The wedding Postponec of Marolyn d Reception Honored Strickland At Sunday Family (: -o.ffkJl :


Kay Henley and Marcus K.

Bradley has been postponed. Rev. and Mrs. John QfaJy* Wooly SocUty ChI ,, _

Strickland of Pine Level ..- -- --..-----..-.---.----.-.....------.--. ------- .----------
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Hunter Reunion r $ I Baptist a reception Church Sunday were honoredat evening Watson Shower
HonoreeThe
Planned Aug.24 following the service Hall.in the Jency nwc 1jCJ/JJmOWI/ ;

church Fellowship home of Mrs. Joan C. The bride's table was,
The refreshment table was of Graham the centered with a double
Watson was
In Live OakThe with cloth Dr. and Mrs. D.W Whiffen
covered a beige wedding ring cake decoratedby
bridal
setting for a shower Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Chism
lace and and family have returned
with was
edged Mrs. Doris Summerlin and
annual Hunter Reunionwill recently honoring her niece, were in Tallahassee Sundayand three weeks
centered with a red and white Mrs. Sharon Costan. The table from vacation in
the Live Oak- Miss Jency Watson. Monday visiting Mr. and where
be held at floral Arrangement.The Switzerland they were
covered with white lace
was a
Jency and her mother, Mrs. Johnson and
Recreation Mrs. Herbert and ,
Suwannee County church presented Rev. cloth and held a gold can- joined by Dr. Mrsl Heinz
Russell Watson
Center in Live Oak on Sunday, and Mrs. Strickland with a set with blue ,and white were delabra with white tapers. son.Mrs. Stoelting of Germany and Mr
August 24. of Oneida stainless silver presented. The guests enjoyed a gameof Esma Yongue of and Mrs. R. D. StOlL.f! t
All descendants of Abraham ware and cake knife engraved"To h I corsages.A color scheme of blue and bridal bingo with the prize Fairfield and Sgt. and Mrs. 10'' "
Knight Hunter are urged to Rev. and Mrs. John being won by Miss Paula Mark Mack of Lakeland were Mr. and Mrs. Millard Judd
used
white in
attend. A basket lunch will be Strickland and family for Y was the Lock. last Wednesday visitors of have returned from an 18 day
decorations and table
served at noon time. Christie RiggsG.L.Williams faithful service from 1970 to ap- The honoree was presentedwith Mrs. J.G. Caldwell.Mrs. trip to the outer banks of NC.,
The refreshmenttable
pointments.
1975 Pine Level Baptist a cookbook by the Williamsburg, Va.,;. visited
Jr. Church. V\. blue lace was covered cloth and with centered a light hostesses: Mrs. Joan Watson, Carrie Ritch and Mrs. Col. and Mrs. F.M. Williamsin
Rev. Strickland has accepted tr / Mrs. Kathy Rowe, Mrs. Doris Mary Wooten have had as Hampton, Va.; toured. the
DJ 'l/o.J Orlando Christian School and } pompoms. Costan. doze of Jacksonville on Mountains and visited their.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Mr. and Mrs. John M. Metropolitan Baptist Churchin :i Tuesday of last week; Mrs. son-in-law and daughter,, Mr.
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Gillingham of Tampa will Orlando. He will be Harry Darby of Lake City and and Mrs. John Stringer. 'in
Jr. of Brooker f ...Lw'i.sI.,1Gina
spend the weekend with her Riggs the an- teaching in the school and 3 .. .. Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Simmonsand Local admittances to Mrs. Walter Gammet of Selma, Ala. .

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy nounce marriage of their approaching daugher, working as assistant pastor in son, John Dale, of Miami I I Bradford County Hospital the Jacksonville .on Friday and Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Holton
Sale at Kingsley Lake. They Christie, to Gerald L. the church. Crosby were guests at a barbecue I I past week include: Kelly Mrs. Jack Dewees and visited Mr. and Mrs: Neal
will take their children, Kathy Williams, Jr., son of Mr. and Saturday at the home of their O'Neal, Mrs. Lila Henry, Mrs. children of Hialeah the past Boling in Bradenton ever. the
and Keith, home after Mrs. G.L. Williams Sr Donald Jackson son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Alam Leurck, Richard week. weekend.Something .
spending the summer with and Mrs. James W. Todd, Jr. Barnes, William Earl
their grandparents.Mrs. The wedding is planned for Miss Martha Dennis, Ocala; Plan Sept. WeddingMr. Other guests attending were Goodman, Mrs. Avis Causeyand
August 29, at 8 p.m. at the
Mr. and Mrs. WM. Meng, St. Raber
Madison Street Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mrs. Georgia Lizenbee, New
Clyde Sinclair and Baptist Petersburg; Mrs.Lee Akridge and Mrs.. Vernon Well Hines of Gainesville, Starke; Mrs. Winnie Davis, ,
Church with a reception
Mrs. and Kathy,Mr. and Mrs. JohnH. the and Mrs. Jim Kinnimanand
daughter, Tommy Crosby announce Mr. Raiford; Mrs. Corine Roberts plat'
following in the church
Chastain of Gainesville were Fellowship Hall. Andrews and Laura Lynn, engagement of their Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Francis Kempton, at The GardenCocktails Ir
in Fort Lauderdale Saturdayand All friends and relatives are Lake Butler; Mrs. Marlie daughter, Glna11Kim, to Bowes of Sanford. Lawtey; Mrs. Ollie Rivers,
Sunday where they attended invited to attend.Outoftown Sanderson, Fort Pierce; Mrs. Donald Wayne Jackson,son of Graham; Joe Moody, Lake
the Lynn James Montuoro and Christy, Mr and Mrs. Lloyd; Bryan, Benjamin L. Moxley will Butler; Mrs. Patricia Suter, With
Bidlingmaier-Bruce Huskes Tampa; Mr.. and Mrs. L.W. Sr., all of Starke. \. graduate Saturday, August 16 Keystone Heights; Mrs. Etta
wedding Saturday night. Barry, Brooker; Mr. and Mrs. The wedding will take placein from Georgia Southern Dyal, Graham.
guests attending Saul Simons, Hallandale, Mrs. September at: the Pine College, Statesboro, Ga. witha Your Meals
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Smith the Hardy- John Deas, Miss Martha Level Baptist Church. BS in Education degree. I Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Edwards -
spent last week vacationing in Mendenhall wedding August 2 Deas, Lake City; Mrs. Willis Miss Crosby graduatedfrom and family of Naples
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Washington, D.C. were: from Georgia: Mr. and Chesser, Dennis and Deanna, Bradford High School in Greg Reddish,son of Sheriff 1 were Wednesday overnight
Mrs. Curtis Watson, Paige Citra; Mr. and Mrs. Roger 1975 and is employed at and Mrs. Dolph Reddish, was guests of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Hollis Hope of Atlantais and Kyle of Riverdale, Mrs. Jones, Melissa and Davis Cadillac Uniforms.' on the Dean's List at the Mrs. Merrill Edwards.Mrs. A la1'ctvt/ speclcHFlorida
Tuesday to Sunday guest of Jerry Kane, Michael and Hampton; and Mr. and Mrs.G. Mr. Jackson Is a 1974 University of South Florida,
Mrs. L.D. Vining. Kathie of Lithonia, Mr. and Eugene Ivey, Jr. and Jim, graduate of Bradford High College of Natural Sciences. J.H. High and CJ IM M\M-
Mrs. Mike Lee, Michael and Portland Ore. School and is employed at the daughters of Jacksonville and
Mr and Mrs. Vernon Stephen of Tifton, Trae Bradford County InspectionStation. John and Jane Stanwix- her mother, Mrs. J.M. Ed-
Reddish and family and Mr. Bradfield of LaGrange, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Prevail visited ; Hay, accompanied by their wards, Sr., have returned
and Mrs. Lawrence Green of and Mrs. G. Eugene Ivey, Sr., Jr.,Jimmy and Donna, f mother, Mrs. Raymond I from a ten-day vacation in the Beef
Glen St. Mary spent last weekin Tucker, Mrs. R.R. McCollum, Disney World and spent Stanwix-Hay, enjoyed the Smoky Mountains. ':. .
Nashville Tenn. Mr. Kingsland, Mrs. F.W. Men- Friday night and Saturdaywith DUPLICATE BRIDGE Florida Players' presentation
and Mrs. Edward Pfiester denhall,and Mr. and Mrs. J.I. Mr.and Mrs. Prevatt, Sr. CLUB RESULTSMrs. ,of The Brave Little Tailor at I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clemons 8oz. '
attended Cross and Sword in Akins, Athens, Mr: and Mrs. in Titusville. the H.P. Constans Theatre on spent last week visiting Mr.
St. Augustine last Friday Dick Nobles, Jim Ryan Miss Rhea Johnson and Jeff the University of Florida and Mrs. Ottis Morgan in
night on Mrs. Pfiester's birth- Sally Kellog, Atlanta Mr. and Mrs. Huston Me- Wrenshall were the winning campus last Friday afternoon. Ruskin, Mr. and Mrs. Willie
Hill in Brooksville and Mr. Sirloin
Clane and grandchildren.
at
day. couple Duplicate Bridge
Mrs. Walter C. Wells, College Beau and Sourtney McClaneof Tuesday night. Mrs. Paul Mr. and Mrs. Holbrook and Mrs. D.P. Shirley in

Mr. and Mrs. Obbie Dobbsof Park. Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Valdosta, Ga. spent last Johnson and Mrs..,, Bernice Gossett of Mobile, Ala. were Hawthorne.Mr. .
Haines City visited Wilson, Orlando; Jimmy week at Panama City. Brinke were second and Mrs. Wednesday to Tuesday guestsof and Mrs. Robert Steak
relatives here over the McCollum, Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Mrs. L.D. Vining spent F.J. Shaw and Mrs. S.W. Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early., Barksdale of Humboldt, Tenn. 'I.I
Crews, Mr. and Mrs. B. An-
weekend. Wednesday to Saturday in Hamilton were third. are spendin three weeks with
derson and daughter Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs.. Palatka visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Terry Aston and Mrs. Vergie Bardsdale at Just
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hill and Ogden Bates daughter, Denise, have Hampton Lake.
and Mrs. E.H. Wise, III, J.C. Vining and family. Served with French Fries, or
of Ocala visited her returned from five weeks
family Baked Potato and Tossed
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kelley and and Mrs.Kenny Charles, H.T.Harvey Poole,, Mrs. Janet Turner and St. Mark's vacation visiting friends and Mrs. Betty Hadsock of $ 2 9 5 Green Salad. .
Edwards on Sunday Mr. daughters, Vicky, Kay and relatives in the eastern Lakeland, Ga. was weekend
Mrs. Marie McLendon, Oler
provinces of Ontario and guest of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Sandra Claire, Mrs. James Barron cpecopat' I -
Mrs. Paul Hawkins and Crosby Miss Huggins, and Miss Jacque Gaskins will Quebec, Canada. Hurst.
Chastain, Mr.
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I f .., *' o ** Jayne Hardy-David Mendenhall Repeat Wedding Vows August- 2 - .' I. I


'. Miss Jayne Eugenia Hardy Ha, fuji mums, light pink sta- carried a Brussel lace hand- and held arrangements of Linda Johns, Mrs. Larry Kathie Kane, Lithonia! Ga.
became the bride of David tice, English ivy with pascal kerchief. She also wore a ring, white daisies, gypsophilia and Crawford, Mrs. Bob Ferguson Following a wedding trip
West Mendenhall of Atlanta, green bows and streamers. given ,to the groom's grand- miniature carnations. The Mrs. Randy Johns, Mrs. the couple is residing at 4103
.. Ga. on Saturday, August 2, at Little Misses Deanna mother at her wedding in 1896.A i attendants' bouquets were Jimmy 'Reddish and Mrs. Indian Creek Circle, Stone
8 p.m. In the First Baptist Waters, daughter of Mr. and reception was held in theWoman's placed on the punch and coffee Vernon Silcox. Mountain, Ga.
; Church with Rev. Ben Bryant Mrs. Wilbur Waters, and
Club of Starke tables. Floor hostesses were Mrs. The bride teaches sixth
performing the double-ring Laura Lynn Andrews, where Mrs. Charles Darby Olin White, Mrs. J.H. Dennis, grade in Riverdale, Ga. and is
ceremony. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JohnH. and Mrs. H.M. Hatcher, Jr. Mrs. Ervin Andrews, Mrs. Mrs. Harry Mooty Mrs. M.A. the Clayton
>; The bride is the daughter of Andrews of Lake Butler, greeted the guests at the door. r James V. Crosby, cousin of Baldwin, Mrs. R.A. Colson, County Boar of Education.Mr. .
\Mr. and Mrs. James Eldon were flower girls. They wore Standing in the receiving line the bride, and Mrs. Fowell Mrs. One Wiggins, Mrs. J.D. < Mendenhall is a
Hardy of Starke and the gowns similar to the other in the lounge were the bride Hill Mendenhall, Jr. of Seymour, Mrs. Myldred Recreational Therapist at
groom is the son of Mrs. attendants of mint green and groom, their parents and Wayne, Pa., sister-in-law of Cuttino, Mrs. Mona Canova, Peachford Hospital in
Fowell Hill Mendenhall and dotted Swiss over polyester. bridal attendants. The mantelin the groom, cut the cake. Miss Mrs. V.J. Spengler? Mrs.. Atlanta, Ga. r
the'late Mr. Mendenhall of They wore flowers in their the lounge held a long, Martha Dennis of Ocala and George Huggins,: Mrs. Ola
Athens, Ga.Centering; hair and add-a-pearl neck- graceful arrangement of the Mrs Lee Akridge of Lake Mae Sapp, Mrs. S.L. Peek, <
the altar was a' laces, a gift of the bride. They same flowers used in the Butler kept the bride's book. Jr., Mrs. J.H. DuPre, Mrs. 2>J You./ ", '. ,.
large sunburst arrangement carried natural wicker bas- church. The honor attendants' The bride's book table was Harold Epps, Mrs. Neil
,of white fuji mums, hot pink kets with rose petals.' bouquets also graced the covered with a full length Tucker, Mrs. T.H. Slade, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jacksor
and light pink miniature car- Master Kyle Watson, son of mantel. cloth of polyester overlaid Jerry Gay, Mrs. Michael Sex- and family attended the Guest!
nations, white daisies, gyp- Mr.and Mrs. Curtis Watson of Throughout the auditoriumwere tL. with an imported silk organza ton, Mrs. Gus Kopelousos, family reunion at the Masonic
>:lsophilia, rubrum lilies and Riverdale, Ga., was ring- arrangements of pink embroidered cloth and held an Mrs." Harry Gruen, Mrs. Lodge in Williston on Sunday.
French carnations. In the bearer. and white flowers, fern trees U-- anniversary candle centeredin Donald Carter and Mrs. J.I.
background were candelabratrees The bride, given in and candelabras with burning a long floral arrangement.Mrs. Akins, Jr. of Athens, Ga. Mrs. Ewell Lawson attended -
with a myriad of burning marriage by her father, worea tapers. W.B. Mundy was Passing out rice bags and the Woods family
tapers with garlands of floor length gown of light Mrs. C.N. Christy and Mrs. jv director of the wedding. Mrs. groom's cake in natural reunion at Jekyll Island over ':
springer! entwined flanked ivory silk organza on empire S.G. Denmark invited the T.C. Hazen, Jr., Mrs. Olin wicker baskets were: Eliza- the weekend.
.by emerald fern trees. On lines and featuring scalloped guests to the bride's table and r White and Mrs. Robert Barks- beth and Stephanie Kopelousos -
either side of the altar were short fitted sleeves of sheer punch tables. r'$ v dale were in charge of the Erica and Alicia Gruen, Mrs. H.E. Smith of Williston
tree and spiral candelabras organza with inlays of alencon The bride's table was cov- t tt reception. Presiding at the Julie and Aimee Ferguson, spent the first of the week with :
i entwined with sprengerl gar- lace. The Victorian necklinewas ered with a full length cloth of coffee service were Mrs. J.W. Angela Epps, Jennifer Johns, her daugher and family, Mr. :
lands which fell into a sun- accented with reembroi- polyester overlaid with an Kincaid, Mrs. J.A. Griffin, Marla Ruth Reddish, Amy Jo and Mrs. Marc Jackson. :
burst of emerald balls of dered appliques of alencon imported silk organza appli Mrs. E.D. Tenly, Sr. and Mrs. Carter, Michelle Sexton, .
,greenery that were used lace on English net with hand qued embroidered cloth and Clyde Sinclair. Dodie McRae, Terri Craw- Mrs. Edith Christiansen of :
,throughout the wedding back- drawn pearls drifting down was centered with a four 1,,, r .tsr Pouring punch were Mrs. ford, Melissa Rogers, Stacie New Orleans is spending ,
ground. In each window were the bodice and front of an A-' tiered wedding cake topped .4T/t Tommy Chastain, Gaines- Mosley, Joe Vellenga, Kelly several months with her <
...burning tapers with greenery line skirt lavishly appliqued in with a replica of the bride's ,; ,ville, Mrs. James Montuoro, Wise, Gainesville, Paige Wat- sisters, Mrs. W.H. Hart and ;
.; and the pews were marked reembroidered alencon and bouquet with gypsophilia and Tampa, Mrs. Marlie Sanderson son,Riverdale,Ga. and Kathy Mrs. Ella Moody. '
with single candles in hurri- venlse lace accented with seed stephanotis. The cake was ,Fort Pierce, Miss Colleen Akridge, Lake Butler.
cane lamps, decorated with pearls. The hemline and softly flanked by two five-branch Nichols, Mrs. Dale Brown, Also assisting the floor hos- Mrs. Donald Firth and .
\ small arrangements of white flowing chapel train were silver candelabras holding Mrs. Wilbur Waters Mrs. tesses were: Neva Jayne children, Wendy and Jimmy, ..
fuji mums, hot pink French enhanced with appliques of arrangements of rubrum H.M. Hatcher, III, Mrs. John Flynn, Elyse Johns, Kathy of St. Louis, Mo. were guests "
1t'4"1..miniature'carnations and scalloped reembroidery alen- lilies, white daisies, gyps Miller, Mrs. Vernon Reddish, Taylor, Karen Chitty, Brenda last week of Mr. and Mrs.
:'accented with pastel ribbons con lace. The bride wore an philia and miniature carna- Mrs. Dewayne McRae, Mrs. Roberts, Ann Allen, Nancy R.E. Firth.
..'and streamers heirloom chapel length man- tions accented with burning George Pierce, Mrs. John H. Payne, Ellen George, Lynn
,; vb' ) the vestibule of the tilla of Brussel lace appliqued tapers. In front of the cake Andrews, Mrs. Harold God- Pierce, Lisa Reddish Kathy and Michele Johnson :
..church' were two fern balls on English net which belongedto was the bride's bouquet.The win, Mrs. Carl Hurst, Mrs. Adrienne Barry, Debbie andAngela of Kenesaw, Ga. are spendingten
centered with an arrangement and was worn by the punch table was J.B. Godwin, Mrs. J.C. Bryant, Lynn Moxley, days with their uncle and
-i of;.,white fuji mums, rubrum groom's mother at her covered with a full length Greene, Mrs. Jimmy Crosby, Pam Tucker, Jana Godwin, aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Gissy
.. Idles, white daisies, hot pink marriage in 1926. polyester cloth overlaid withan Mrs. David Mendenhall Jr., Mrs. Dudley Hardy, Mrs. Sonja and Kim Tenly and and family. :
French carnations and gypso- The bride carried an old- army-navy cloth and held
phlia. fashioned nosegay of ivory two silver punch bowls. The

:..' Presenting a program of stephanotis and gypsophiliawith coffee table was also covered .
nuptial music were Mrs., ivory silk loops and with the same cloths and helda
Edward F. Ripplinger, organist leaves and ivory satin silver coffee service at one 37
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:' .ist. stephanotis. She wore a gold other. Both tables held silver a a /n..r a.s y STMtlI"i
:: ?' Fowell Hill Mendenhall of locket,.a gift of the groom, and candelabras with white tapers
': .Wayne, Pa. brother of the .
:; groom was lest man. Ushers .III-
:: were Gene Ivey of Portland,
Ore., brother-in-law of the
,; bride, Jim Ryan and Dick PINE HURSTGROCERY
: Noble of Atlanta, Ga., Jimmy I '
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1 and J.I. Akins, Jr. of Athens,
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Miss June Hardy attendedas
maid of honor and Mrs.,

.. Gene Ivey of Portland,' Ore Hwy 100 E. 964-9935
: was matron of honor. Both are ,-
.; sisters of the bride. .
=: Miss Sally Kellogg of SIN rCONCENTRATE
=: '-Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. Walter C. 1 GAL PIIESTOIIE II "
f Wells of College Park, Ga.. Fabric Aim FREEZE C MO-CELL s a ,'
:;. Miss Sandra Huggins of BATTERY BUYUVErl17 p.
.<: Gainesville and Mrs. W.M. UVEL :t'
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bridal attendants.The !! ; savli :
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were attired alike in formal t .L A'

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and a full flounce at the edge ) -- d QMckmafirstquolitv features:
fell into a slight train. They 111III raaNASpitE ..... long cleaves, careful tailoring, I9 lrlf
wore light ivory picture hats FDAe.Naetanal authentic flap pockets, noIronpolyesterrayon faNrs riRITgI fAgQ
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Page! TELEGRAPH August 14.1975 Elks BaseballThe


I Definite Shortage Apartments Noted In County using.. ...!............................. """.""'., .baseball! 1975 team Elks was Little honored League

( ) will go so far as to nana- Sat Aug. 9 for winning the
county contains housing need the maps to study and Dixie'' Youth. League Cham-
STARKE "A definite response to the need for lower- of the total county housing next five years. The projec- projections for five-year in- committee around with me, to be piooihip.
shortage of apartment priced multi-family units, the stock will need to be multiple- tions include replacementunits who
Council tervals until 1995 Justice said ing plans to explain to anyone The B.P.O. Elks. Starke
housing units" and "estimatesthat reported. family units whereas only 6 as well as housing needsof and should any further" The to know why I vote the Lodge 1802 sponsored a
some 15 to 20 percent of Based upon projected Income percent of the housing stock is new population? Justice requests for information sists of I do," Hall said. barbeque cookout.
the total county housing by of this type now. This means the committee expects
levels and costs of housing said.The arise Chuck Kelster of the
19110 will need to be multiple- the study estimates that that an additional need of 500 complete report to be NCFRPC will supply what. trators, a final report ready to
family units" are conclusions to 750 units will arise in the received this week the
by 1980 some 15 to 20 percent by ever is needed.Aparl1nent.. are Jesse to the superintendent by
reached by the'North Central general Casey said in order to
Florida Regional Planning for remedial
ultimately time
Council (NCFRPC) and Early Admission OK If Readiness Is DemonstratedFlorida bus ; before it is submitted PORTRAITSPECIAL
reported to Bradford County and board on Monday. A
Zoning Director L.M. Gaines law permits a child School begins Sept. 2 this plying for early admission (From Page 1)) drivers; report of the
this week. six years old by June 30, 1976 year. In order to qualify must also take a readinesstest. withhold a decision on the zon- ber ; plan will be published L J ,
A letter was sent in responseto to enter first grade this year if parents or guardians must If the child does well on ing of the property until all the Casey to school's opening.
a Zoning Commission he demonstrates readiness for complete an application form. that his parents will be advised facts were in. The Com- school ;
request for information the school program Mrs. Additionally they must of his abilities in a mission has set a meeting with Francis, Retires
regarding multi-family Lucille Payne curriculumand submit a medical form by a conference with school of- concerned citizens to an- School ;
housing needs in Bradford instruction director doctor. Those children ap- ficials. A more in-depth Individual -' nounce its decision on Monday Clark Honors
County as determined by the readiness evaluation
reports. Aug. 25, at 9:30: a.m. vocational
growth plan follows before the final
comprehensive "If the County Commission "We are C.J. Spengler' was

being the developed NCFRPC\ for the countyby Jones Guilty.................................. school decision early.to let the child enter doesn't approve the zoning in retirement he
change you have no problem.If best dollar Aug. 1, where
A complete report was (From Page 1)) Mrs. Payne warned that they do, you do," City for the awarded a Meritorious
compiled by the Planning there are possible dangers in children Medal for exceptional
Council to be issued to the heard involving the death hard labor in the Florida State placing a child in first grade told Commissioner the Jimmy. McRae present both nationally and k
county this week. The housing sentence. Prison. While there he earlier than usual saying the protestors.The in the Florida Army
of
market analysis completed as After 30 minutes'deliberation acquired concurrent sen- child usually profits by havinga group 30 or more or rejected National Guard. _
west Starke and Edwards
part of this plan found a basic the jury tences totaling three years for year in kindergarten even ultimate the guard in
Road residents at the joined
recommended the lesser attempted and area
shortage of apartment units escape larcenyof though he has 'attended
based on existing needs, said penalty and Judge Green an automobile. He was nursery school or Headstart.Mrs. meeting spoke in opposition the of Mr.posal 1939 in November and began the active next ,.
NCFRPC executive Director sentenced Jones to life imprisonment paroled in 1967 and followinga Payne said she urges 178 petitioners to buildingof
The
., had duty
He overseas
at hard labor. A series of incidents the apartment complex.Fear
Charles F Justice. parents to carefully considerthe
sion and also served
to
this conclusion was reached life sentence in a crime with a was revoked. He then entered early admission before was expressed that the years,
Phase 1 of the runs off the headquarters FARN6
$700,000 construction -
primarily based on Bradford death involved means a Lawtey Correctional Institute taking the proper steps. keep 3 a d'
citizen's to 25 before from which he was a 40-unit complex Augustine.
County ability pay mandatory years again ,
within the moved to Camp
for the various types of parole under current Florida paroled in November 1974. Forms may be obtained will deteriorate into a slum insure
housing. Justice said. The Velma Covington and Zelma from Lucille Payne at the tenement housing project in in 1960di.
conclusion is substantiated in law.Jones was convicted of Kruger both juveniles have School Board Administration time causing an upheaval of Casey said."This o'
part by the bact that a con- second degree murder in been indicted by the Bradford Building on N. ''Temple the moral and ethical stan- ..
version of old churches and October of 1961 in Dade County Grand Jury and will be Avenue and must 'be com- dards set by the area's resi- accident the state t211l .
motels has occured in recent County and was sentenced to tried here at a later date. pleted by Aug. 22. dents. 0 -
"We'd like to keep our quiet 1960 to
presumably in 20 imprisonment at
years years
dignified neighborhood. If you fatal 'rt t
put in a different class of
; people, it will make a lot of children in r 8x10
Leisure i problems. Our children would added.
Farmers Mutual Exchange live in fear of being molested Although
the crime rate would increase children natural color
N. Temple Ave. Arts & Crafts ," said Mrs. James radius of let
Waters, whose home is less entirely ru.lCO I
9647871Appreciation Central Ave. At. Pine St. 2 Blks S. Of Hwy 18 Hampton than a mile east of the pro- (the state portrait
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Day & Grand Opening 468-2753 Specials charge Gainesville rental Developers proposes rates of $105 of to, cials dents is well feel is our refuge and 99 ( .

Annual Meeting $125 and $145 per month for Clark said. a very present Plus
Macrame Hand Made Jewelry & Beads one two and three bedroom in times of trouble. so*
units thereby appealing to the their will not we fear Handling
Copper Bracelets Model Ships & Planes middle-income resident of have the the earth be Charge
Bradford County., It also has had and though the
At The
Exchange On Craft'& Project Kits Wintuk Yarn planned to have an on-site children to be carried into whim choice ol proofs.
manager who would be to see that midst of the sea." On..p.r subject-two.per UnVly'"
Guitar & Banjo Accessories responsible for keeping the safely and 4412. Group.SI.00..p.p..on
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Aug. 75 Craftint Artist Supplies-. Others apartments and grounds clean Cannot b.ua.d conjunction|
and appealing about $ with olh.,ad..llaneoll., ,.
Much of the opposition too said and there trouble in your COME EARLY AND BRING THIS AD TO:
8 A.M.12:30: rests on the fear that the 83 percent. ? Even in the midst of
Come In & Register For apartments would be integrated that the troubled days there is Mitchell's Rexall Drugs
as the developers have 400 and strength in God
Business Meeting : $10 Merchandise Drawing said they will open the apart- state He wants us to turn to
ments to both black and white 127 E. Call St.

Sept. 6,. 1975 occupants. all.Pe""ona i
Look For "We aren't against having Starke Fla.
Specials In Next Weeks
Paper No Purchase Necessary To Win apartment complexes in the invite you to worship I
city. We're just against having us next Sunday and
it So up in our area." said Mr. and strength and peace for I
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':e I Community News Rev. Alvarez Again ,.." .

: LAWTEYBy ,
Br filisaheih riv._.-- -- WtiOdere Pastor At Pine Level

a NAACP MEETING vices will be combined:.< Rev. ministry in 20 states Mexico Elizabeth Terry
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Leroy Davis, and and Central and South
The regular meeting of congregation, the Pass America. He earned a B.A. r r CIIURCII ACTIVITIES Fred Moore. Mrs. Wesley

Bradford Countv Branch of Christian Baptist Church from Shreveport, Christian 4 Thomas and Jay, of Live Oak,
NAACP will be held AUK. 18 Choir of Mississippi Mt. Zion College, Shreveport, La., anda t ..CIIURCII OF GOD: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Danny Thompson
at. Philadelphia Baptist A.M.E. Church of Lawtey* Fl. B.D. from Bible Baptist School 10 a.m., Worship Kevin and Brian, of
Church at 8 p.m. All membersand Freedom United Methodist Seminary In Arlington, Texas.In Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Jacksonville, and Mr and
Interested citizens_ are Church Choir of Louise, Fla. 1974 Alvarez was awardedan r YPE Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Tom Casey, Lee and
invited to attend. Rev Sampson White and honorary D.D. (Doctor of r Vacation Bible School was Kathy, and Johnny Hobbs, of
There will be a Freedom congregation from Waldo, Divinity) degree from the held at the church Monday Starke, were luncheon guests.of r-
Drive Mass meeting held by Fla. Southern Baptist Theological \ through Friday. Rev. Alton their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
the NAACP Branch Sep- Each member Is asked to Seminary in Madrid, Spain, Coleman was the principal. Fred Moore and their sister
tember 12. Members and register the family. Dinner for his efforts in world Average per day was 68. Mrs. Gayle Todor and sons,'
interested citizens are askedto will be served on the grounds. evangelism. EVERGREEN BAPTIST Scott and Brad. '

please,cooperate with all Carnell Hudson, reporter. Rev. Alvarez is married to Cans Schmidt Irene Wainwright and Andrea Eaves CHURCH: Sunday School 10 Mrs. Patti Frick and son of
activities: the former Betty Starling,of moving cross tie for steps on nature trail at Southside Ele a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Starke visited her uncle and
Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. will Ebenezer Baptist Church, Starke and has three children: mentary School. and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie
hold its regular meeting Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. Greg, 12; Derek 8; and Wednesday 8 p.m. Kelly, on Wednesday.
(tonight) Thursday at 8 p.m.. Wednesday night Prayer Stephanie, 3. They reside at Vacation Bible School was Friends of Cedric Rosier
In" the Masonic Hall on Meeting and Bible Class the church parsonage on SR- Scouting'N held at the church July 28 regret to learn that he is backin
Brownlee Street. All membersare combined. Sunday serviceswill Rev. Roman Alvarez, new 100 west of Starke. y through August 1st. Principalwas Shands Hospital,
invited to attend. begin with Church Schoolat pastor at Pine Level Baptist The public is invited to t't Mrs. Sheila McClellanand Gainesville. Our prayers are ,;
9:45.: Morning service at 11 Church. attend services at Pine Level ews. :t average daily attendancewas with him.Major >
CHURCH NEWS a.m. B.T.U. at 5 Com- ; .
p.m. Baptist Church or hear services 115. and Mrs. J.F.
munion service at 6:30: ser Rev Roman Alvarez has on WPXE at 8:35: each ;by Carolyn Eaves FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH and family of
I The First Born Church of vice. Remember the sick been called to the pastorate at Sunday. I 964-5912 i : Radio Program over Valdosta, Ga. spent the
the Living God Elder S.V., members Deacon Hosey Pine Level Baptist Church -- WPXE Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. weekend with their parents, :,
Cohens schedule, pastor. Service Hawkins, and Deacon Robert after a ten-year absence,' Virginia Spears Neyati Girl Scout Day Camp Bible School 10 a.m. Worship Col. and Mrs. Wilson and .
welcome as follows: You are Pittman. beginning Monday Aug. 11. ri1 will finish today after eight Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. family.
to the daily services., New Bethel Baptist Church Rev, Alvarez, a native of After a rU6l days on Kingsley Lake. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. David Albert -
Tuesday night 8 p.m. Prayer Weekly services began with Bradford County, was pastorof Improving It has been one of the best 7:30: p.m. Bible Study. and son of Jacksonville spent :
Meeting. Friday night Prayer Meeting and Bible the Pine Level church from coe{ ever even though GRACE UNITED Saturday with their parents,
Terrying Service, Sunday Class Thursday night. Church 1962 until 1965, when he left to Serious Wreck cams The first week saw METHODIST: Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith and ;
10:30: Sunday School, Morning School will begin services accept a ministry in Sunday Sunday School camping out over night and 9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 family. '
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Worship 11:30.: Y.P.C.W. at I Sunday at 10 a.m. B.T.U. at 5 Arlington, Texas. GAINESVILLE Virginia 9:45: a.m. Morning cooking over open fires. For a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Choir Mrs.. Jimmy Young of .
5:30 ; Worship,
: Evening service at 7:30.: p.m. Regular services will be While in Texas, Rev. Spears of Starke is now 11 a.m.; ,Trustee Meeting, 4p.m. many of the Campers this wasa Practice t p.m. United Green Cove Springs was a
Elder Cohens' pastoral day is held Sunday, August 24. Sick Alvarez also accepted a reported in serious conditionat Church Training, 6:15 new experience. Cadettes Methodist Fellowship 7:30: supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. "
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every second and fourth Mrs. Jerold Dommon. of the J. Hillis Miller Health and Juniors had to Willie Dobbs and
position as professor prepare p.m. on Wednesday.Vacation family' on .,
p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30:
with
Sunday first and third Remember the sick in Center as of Monday morning their
your theology and Sunday school supper, breakfast and Bible School was Monday August 11.
Sunday for Home Mission Prayers.' administration at Arlington Mrs. Spears' condition p.m.Monday Girls Ensemble, lunch and they really proved held at the church Monday First Baptist Church observed -
service at 11:30.: Come one, Baptist College. He also improved from last week's Youth Choir to be a great bunch of cam- through Friday, averaging 32 its annual peanut
Come all Jesus Pleasant Grove and Mt. 6:40p.m.: ; ,7
will greet you at the North of critical p.m. The Brownies also had boiling Friday night at the
on
at the Moriah United Church Parish, taught one year report however, Wednesday Family Night pers. pupils. They a good
door. Deacon Z. Strong, Christian in Ft. she is In cooked out last for church. Those whose
Sec. Rev. Willie Stitt, pastor. Texas College still intensive care, a Supper, 6:15: p.m.; Sunday Thursday turnout Parents Meetingon present
Mt., Weekly services begin with Worth, where he founded and spokesman' at .the hospitalsaid. School Workers Meeting, 'which they enjoyed. Everyone Friday night Brithdays came in July and
Psgah A.M.E. Church directed the radio 'has worked United Methodist Ladies honored. Their
program R.A.'s G.A.'s, Acteens World on badges, crafts August were
will hold Prayer Meeting Wednesday ,
a homecomingservice night. Bible Study Thursday "The International Voice 0// Her husband Robert, 23, Friends. Mission Friends, 6:45: and taken nature walks. For will meet April 19 at the homeof pictures were taken in a :
Sunday at 11 a.m. Truth ',' heard in the the units Mrs. Frances Hamilton in Mr. and Mrs. '
night. Church School at 10 daily was treated and released at p.m.;' Hour of Power, 7:30: younger there has group: O.J.
Rev. Ulysses Clark will be the Morning service at 11. Philippine Islands and the, the hospital. No other serious Church Choir, 8:15: p.m. ; also been baton lessons.We Starke. Anders,Miss Elizabeth Terry,'
speaker. At 3 p.m. Family p.m.Lovefeast service at 4 West Indies. injuries were reported by the had a special treat when HIGHLAND BAPTIST Natalie Wraye Denise
Hour will be observed. Ser- p.m. Rev. Alvarez has shared his FHP in the 9:55: a.m. accident. Thursday, Adult Ladies Jim Phillips from Perry came CHURCH: Hardee, Nancy Teston, and

-. - - - -- - - - Handbell Group, 12 a.m.; to camp Neyati. We really .Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Mark Hodges. Mr. and Mrs.
9 p sMp e 9 H ejBp e p e p ej B i s i B e s e i B e p sB 9 p i p B i B si Visitation, 7 p.m.;' appreciate him telling us Worship Services 11 a.m. and Cecil Hardee's 40th Wedding
about the plants and animalsin 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Anniversary was observed
Saturday Bus Ministry the Neyati Camp area as Wednesday 7 p.m.NORTHSIDE and their pictures taken. The
Fantastic 3 Day Visitation, 8:30: a.m. well as having his male voiceat BAPTIST ladies had a special cake
the campfire. He was very CHURCH: Sunday School 10 baked for the occasion. Other
ObituariesMrs. knowledgeable and we all a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. cakes were served along with
enjoyed having him. and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting the peanuts and different
The Staff this year was the Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. flavored drinks. There are 65
Clearance Linnie BrownMrs. greatest, very talented and persons present and all
Sale willing. Many 'thanks to all PERSONALSMrs. reported a good time.
Linnie Brown, 69, of those who held down the units Mrs. Zettie Padgett and
Hampton, died Friday and did special things. B.F. McCulley and her Mrs. Beadie Norman were
'11-1J: .)> morning, Aug. 8. Cadette unit leaders were uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. honored on their birthday

... ....... .._._. Fri Sat & Mon Born in 'Baker. County, Mrs. Laurie Mullins and Ernest Grider, of Starke, anniversaries which came one
Florida on Sept. 16, 1905, she is Kathy Casey, Junior unit attended the wedding of their in July and one in August witha
Limited the wife of the late Robert L. leaders were Mrs. Janet granddaughter, Miss Doris dinner served by their
Quantity Brown.,. Mrs. Brown was a Kimutis and Joyce Caddell, Smith, daughter of Mr. and relatives and friends at
member of the Hampton Brownie unit leaders were Mrs.Jimmy Smith of Palatka, Highland Baptist Church on t
Christian Church. Mrs. Wanda Hatfield and on Saturday.Mrs. Saturday.There were about 65 :
20' Chest ((8935)) Survivors include: two sons Debbie Mitchell, Waterfrontwas Wayne Gustafson of present.Mr. '
'- Robert L. Brown, Jr. of Glen Mullins, Specialistwere Green Cove Springs spent and Mrs. Charles Smith t
Starke and Hollard R.. Brownof Mrs. Donna Gruen and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and son of Tampa were ,
Tallahassee; two daughter Mrs. Pat Welty and Camp and Mrs. Willie Dobbs, and Friday overnight guests of ,t
: FREEZER Mrs.. Claudia.Lowman of Director was Mrs. Carolyn grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. '
: Salisbury, N.C. and Mrs. LeilaM. Eaves. Many thanks for a job Arlie Dobbs.Mr. Milo Smith. They left
.-Carter:of Hampton; onesister.rJMrfc.Eliza well done .. and Mrs. BiU.Woodard Saturday morning for Nor- J
700 Lb. Cap .ffcftfc ; Fancher; of a"'tt i.-4 Tbt Cade It.unit from yevat.- ., and family.of Largo spent theweek folk..Va."; Navy Base, to ship, y;
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Starke?: 2 randchildreii with their mother Mrs,; :
: i and Girl Scout Day Carrip"dnder'._ their Rugged Easy To e.oWffV great-grandchildren.. the direction of'Mr.- Phillips I C.R. Crews. While here all of Donald Wilkison spent the '
.aral.a ** Services were held Sunday worked on the Nature Trail at them visited her soninlawand weekend in the Army Reservein
Wipe Clean WI ,;& afternoon, Aug.. 10, in the Southside Elementary School. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kingsbay, Ga.
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in Mr. Phillips is an Outdoor Tommy Clayton and Tom of Mr. and Mrs. C.D. Sellers of
\ Interior & Exterior Starke with Rev. Lacy Con- Educational Consultant with Jacksonville.Miss Auburndale, spent the
way officiating. Burial was in the State Department of Elizabeth Terry and weekend with their sister,
SAVE Santa Fe Cemetery. Education. Miss Arthurine Blanchard Mrs. Pierce Crews.
I'r': f. Lock & Key For $6100 visited her sister Miss Enza Mrs. Annie Mae Crews, and
".;''' Blanchard, of Macclenny on
George Morgan, 56 her son-in-law and daughter,
..: Safety & Protection Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Markalee
Rej.$325" R. Morgan, '56,
Only 2 Left George or Baptist Church. Mrs. Mary Kuhne of Padgett and family, went to
111 East Street, is his wife
Washington Surviving Chiefland and Mrs. Sadie Six Gun Territory and Silver
23' Chest Deluxe Starke, died Friday morning, Virginia R. Morgan; two Simmons of Melrose were' Springs at Ocala on Friday.
(8955)
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26' Chest DeluxeFREEZER Aug. 8, '' in Bradford County brothers: Harmon P. Morganof hostesses for a stork shower at Mrs. Cathy Thornton and
Hospital' following ''a brief Starke and Ernest E.
the home of Mrs. Carolyn children, and two friends of
illness. Morgan of Jacksonville. Holmes for their niece, Mrs.
Jacksonville
FREEZER were Saturday
!% Born in Montbrook, Floridaon Services were held Sunday Joseph Starling on Tuesday afternoon guests of Mr. and
flf, June 25, 1919, Morgan livedin afternoon in Hampton Baptist night. After opening gifts Mrs. Barry Watts and Barry
Indiana for but Church with Rev. Melvin
many years refreshments were served.
> Big 740 Lb.Cap returned to Starke for the past Hamel officiating. Burial was There were 15 ladies present. Lee.Mrs.. Pierce Crews and Mrs.
I Big Basket year. A veteran of World War in Prevatt Cemetery with Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Rosalee Brown visited Mrs.
C,,", 11, Morgan was employed as a DeWitt C. Jones Funeral visited Mr. Jack Estes in St. Crews' sister-in-law, Mrs.
television technician. He wasa Home in charge of Vincents ,
Hospital Mable at Long Bridge
Basket Lock Lock & Key For Safety & member of the Hampton arrangements. Jacksonville, on Monday and -nn' Thurs' Sapp-ay
on Friday. Mrs. Estes was a Keith; Frank Day of
& Light SAVE $52REFRIGERATOR Protection. Friday overnight guest of the Jacksonville spent two weeks

R.c. 382" Kellys. with his grandmother, Mrs.
Mr and Mrs. Giles Mitchellof Lucille T. Ivey, and his uncle
.. Lake Butler visited their and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. D.R.
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Brown and Cynthia. While
s39 and Mrs. Willie Dobbs and here he attended Vacation
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family, on Thursday night. Bible School at Grace United
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harley Methodist Church.
Frost Free- l spent last weekend with their Mrs. Pierce Crews and her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.C. sister, Mrs. Mary Sellers
: 15 Cu Ft. C5 ; Harley of Bushnell and visited their sister-inlaw, Mrs.
0 ft Rff.394"SAVE brought Teresa Ann back with Ollie Rivers, in Bradford

: 2 Adj. Shelves CSp II5 them. County Hospital, Starke, on
,,, Mr. and Mrs. Conway Saturday.Mr. .
f Twin Crispers Boodrow of La. are visiting .and Mrs. Wayne Harper
their mother Mrs. Irvin and son of Starke were
White Gold R',. '38147 ,, $&400 Mosley. Saturday dinner guests of
Donald Thomas and sons of their grandparents, Mr. and
Avocado SAlE B9 Wildwood and Mrs. Joyce Mrs.Carl Prevatt. On Sunday,
i51 Futch, of Blackshear Ga. their son-in-law and
visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L.H.

11 Cu Ft. r Prevatt on Tuesday af Harper, spent the afternoon
Frost Free ternoon.Mr. with them.
.and Mrs. Cohen Peele of Mr and Mrs. Manuel

L69L1735REFRIGERATOR Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. ,Stephens? April and Shailia,
3 Door No. 2275M Gene Forsyth of Palatka visited their mother, Mrs.'
visited their aunts, Mrs. Maude Stephens of Richmond
s Rossie Reddish and Mrs. Ky., for a week.
Flossie Rosier, Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodges
REFRIGERATORGold )
\ afternoon. and family took a little
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly vacation recently. On Sundayand
went to Keystone Heights Monday, they visited
Gold & Avocado 6.6'6 Ft. 8 Consider a modern, mobile home. Tuesday and picked up their Ruby Falls and Rock City.
ft. Everything you're looking for. sister, Mrs. Sarah Hallmanand Tuesday they spent the day in
,, Adj. Shelves 641 they went to Belleview the Great Rocky Mountain,
ft '4Q7" V ( __ At a price you're ready to pay. and visited their other sister, and returned home on Wed-
$ Mrs. Tomlinson.Mr. .
3 __ Roy nesday.
Glide Out Basket ., and Mrs. Ross Broyles Mr. and Mrs. J.F Robertson -
Especially when you finance your home the and daughters and their niece and their children, Mr.
j"*' SAVE $7788 On Rollers FHA insured way. Because FHA insured of Jonesboro Tenn. spent the and Mrs. C.K. Cowan and son,

i- SAVE $8400 financing for mobile homes lowers down Mr.weekend and with Mrs. their Glen cousins Shufordand Swinney Bryan, spent and Mrs.Sunday Edith with

,":' R'I. *.'3" payments reduces monthly payments and family and their aunt, Mr.and Mrs.Thomas,of Lake
'f ., cuts the total cost of. your mobile home as Mrs. Hester Hicks. Butler.
We Service Only itemsSold !" Mrs. Dorothy Burke and Mr. and Mrs. C.A. North
wellm sons, and Mrs. Anna Lee and family visited their
A modern, mobile home. Wyrosdick and girls of Lake mother, Mrs. Edith Swinney

At Starke Store cm h] At a price you're ready to pay Wales,spent the weekend with and grandparents, Mr. andMrs.
Financed the FHA their uncle and aunt, Mr. and J.F. Robertson, on
way. Mrs. Harry Wilkerson. Sunday evening.
See Mark Elaine Olin Friends of Romeo Prescott, ,
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Sal*, Good fit SfcarkiFdnly. .. IVI/ARn F I For More InformationOLIM'S regret patient In St. Vincents Despite the shot routes'
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prayers are with him. easy way to anything that
MOBILE HOME'Hwy Mrs Jean Moore Pam and is .
worth while. "
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their way ,home from Hen- Make plans now for your
n' J. ..100 W. 964-5606 Starke, dersonviue.N.C. stopped by to annual vacation; and.stay .
see her in-laws, !'tfr, and Mrs. '
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daughter of !Mr. and !Mrs PRICES GOOD AUG. 14 THRU AUG. 20
Doyle Thomas of Starke, was
winner of the Little!Miss Lake '
City Speedway beauty contest JUMBO Limit 3 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarette. .
held June 28 at the Lake City KEY BUYS
Speedway 7
BOUNTY TOWELSROLL 38

"Singing Teens" YOUR KEY TO SAVINGS

Place ThirdIn SUPERBRAND USDA INSPECTED GRADE "A" FRESH FLORIDA All WHITE
Nationals GOODS SALE! 00 "flTCANNED i',

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LARGE EGGS 2 DOZ. $1 'own.do
The 1975 World Baptist THRIFTY MAID oJ, ,
Youth Conference was held in .
Arlington, Texas, with young
GOLDEN CORN '
people coming from all over CHICKEN OF THE SEA CHUNK LIGHT Limit 3 with $7.30 or more purchase excluding cigarettes. ;
the continental U.S. r.
The Pine Level Church bus THRIFTY MAID MIXED 61-or.
and four cars started the 28 TUNA FISH & CAN 39C7c
VEGETABLESTHRIFTY
and hour arrived journey at Sunday the Eight Aug.Days 3 .

Inn in Texas Monday af MAID "
OFF LABEL"
ternoon.The group consisted of 33 APPLE SAUCE
young people 24 of them in the GAL. .
"SINGING TEENS." and 14 DIXIE THRIFTY CLOROX BLEACH JUG 38\
adults: Diann Moore Mrs. ,
Leonard Moore, Mrs. Margie TOMATOES
Charlotte WhiteheadMrs.
Bishop THRIFTY MAID WHOLE OR SLICEDPOTATOES
.
A B Whitehead Sr.Mrs.

Jackson Elva McKae Mr.and Mrs.Mrs.Jimmy Bernie 16 o:. $ 00 ,
and Mrs. 523C CANS
Thornton Mr. 1
Vernie Thornton Mrs. Beulah .
Thornton Gary Wheeler,
youth pastor and John 4 $1 -
Strickland, pastor. 6-oz.. -
The"Singing Teens"placed3rd
in the and youth brought choir home competition a- CANS W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF

beautiful trophy. r
Guy Stalnaker also placed3rd ---------------------
in the song leading PILLSBURY SIRLOIN
competition. Others who I II

entered Hymn playing were and Beth Tia Davis Thorn-in I :: FLOUR SE I .
ton. Kathy Starling, Guy \ I R T
.. Stalnaker,and Bobby Smith. in I IV s. I I STEAK .
Bible Competition.Two
Quiz ,
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Pine Level young I .: .
people stayed at the Arlington I n.JR 5 WITH I L SAVE. .K ""''
Baptist College to further 66 61c LI".J, '
I I ,, : fr '
their education Tia Thornton THIS of r \. hr .
,. and Marlon Thornton. I LB. I '
They had a safe trip and are COUPON
preparing for next year's I BAG W-D BRAND USDA CHOICIPORTERHOUSE
Youth Conference. I GOOD AT WINN DIXIE I 8 8 '
I COUPON GOOD THRU AUGUST 20rrrrrrrrrrrrr.f| $
or T-BONE VUP4MENT GRADE
3 ROTC Teams N III III III III It NI III IN III
STEAKSFRESH U. S. CH ICE .
Perform FridayAtSuiitnFeJC
U. S. No. 1

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Corps Reserve(ROTC Officer) teams Training from all y 29 t' LB. SAVE t LB.$'198 r--------------,

will be
three military services IB. '
at Santa Northwest Fe CommunityCollege's Campus, PEACHES LB. I LAMB SALE
SAVE SOc, W-D BRAND (Twelve Vi-lb. Patties)
3IXX)NW Bard St.in Gainesville
tomorrow(Friday,Aug 15)) to R W i "
:or outline opportunities.the various programsand FROZEN POTATOES Beef Patties 3 : x $199 1 I I LEGHAO' AMB'French '

The meetings will be held in
:' Building K. Room 10, with the Fries 79 I .
Navy portion at 9 a.m. the BAG s..1.lb..W.D. BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF FULL CUT BRound $159 a j.,
Army at 10 a,m.and, the Air i ;

Force Details at 11 of a.m.each program Steak $188 1 i. | ?-it:'
TYSON CHICKEN, TURKEY OR SALISBURY LB.
followed by a question and I I
USDA t
set for y
answer period are
those attrieding who plan to Lamb Chops. $239l
MEAT DINNERS i LI. i .
continue their education in a SAVE 4lc Ib. W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
four-year college or universityor USDA CHOice SIRLOIN OR RIB ,

the for service those after who might a two-year enter Chuck Roast LB. 98C Lamb Chops. LI. 2" i iI ;

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program. $ USDA CHOICE SHOULOIRLamb 1.'

, New Poultry I Chops .. I. M39) 1 1I i
, 3 11-0 1 SAVE 70c SWIFT'S PREMIUM (SLICED $5.09) I ,1'
Labeling UsedTALLAHASSEE PKGS. USDA CHOice SHOOLOIR t;:;:

J, July 1, the USDA- Beginning ad-- Canned Ham 3 CAN $479 i, Lamb Roast, LI. s))19 I :'

dopted a new labeling for DRrrrrrrrrA-
poultry products reports "
Vincent ( iglio,director the U. S. No. I REGULAR VENT VUPotatoes
Inspection Division of the
Florida Department of 1 10 99c SAVE 21c,Ib. MILD CURED (WATER ADDED) HICKORY '
Agriculture. BAG PORTION
SHANK(
Poultry will be labeled
premium, good and standard SMOKED HAM 98' ;j
Giglio instead said of Grade Letter A.grades B. or are C, CALIFORNIA LB. i.

bring reserved for federally-
t inspected poultry meat, he Nectarines 2 IIS 89c WESTERN JUMBO

I G to said.The eggs labeling,xhichwill does still not beAor apply Cauliflower 2 $100 CANTALOUPES 2 J N10 $100 ;'

. B. HEADS .. .
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PEPPERIDGE FARM VANILLA.GERMAN CHOCOLATE.CHOCOLATE FUDGE.GOLDEN'COCONUT
Fire Departments I7i. SAVE 17c*. VAN CAMP'S ', 'If;
Layer Cakes . PKOPKO. $129 ;$ ,:
h Set To Battle : : $ 00'
TASTE O1 SEA HADDOCK PORK & BEANS 4' ,L16Oa. 1 M

t Muscular DystrophyA Perch Fillet 1601.. 99 ; C NS'' ,j
. !
joint campaign to raise ,
money for the Muscular MRS HILLS SWEETPotato VINE RIPE ,; .:::1

the Dystrophy Starke Campaign and Bradford Is set by Pie !' 24,of.PIC. 99c TOMATOES :;';ll.1.J'; 39C ,

County Departments Volunteer according Fire to ". .:. '.. ,, .'
Fire Chiefs Harold Glasgowand ..
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Harry Green. CALIFORNIA' RED RIPE SAVE 20c FABRIC SOFTENER : :
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The two fire departmentshope ,... ,
to raise more money to PLUMS..3 $1 1 STA-PUF, .' ,1 ..'t: GAL,'99 C fr,4. '..0
fight muscular dystrophy by !'
JIJG at
combining efforts. :iJ ; ?y.i) ... ;! ;: ." .. ::;

There will be a meeting,at 7 "', :-
';"'j. : : ...;>3
p.m.tonight (Thursday,Aug. ,. n. ; **:
14) tit the Starke Fire
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ON SWEET 1 FROM CLAIROL! TON I 32 OZ. 'transferred STARKE '120 Authorities prisoners
Tuesday afternoon to a reno
00T1 i uA9TF vated storage building on the
FINAL
'N LOW JOYDISH Florida State Prison (FSP)
PEPSODENT I Iur HOME grounds near here.
final' The $150,000 renovation will
80L BULl PAl NET PERMANENT provide housing for 400 In-
TOOTHPASTE t EQUAL TO 5'LBS !mates currently housed in '"

%I OF SUGARI hr HAIR NET REG. ANOA DETERGENT other institutions.
7 OZ. TUBE LIMIT 1 UNCURLY The inmates are being
IEMQA
? 7yr transferred from the Recep-
tion and Medical Center
oY (RMC) in Lake,Butler. The

_, ..wNIN unit will be operated as an
59 annex of C with staff and
19 operational funding 'coming
12 oz. from RMC. :'
The building is divided into

REG. seven bays, each measuring .
50 by 100 feet. The first area :
2.98 LIMIT will be used for a mess hall '
Ifyt? REG. ONE LIMIT seating about 200 persons at a
ONE time. The remaining areas
will be used as living areas
with separate shower and :
toilet facilities in each. :

.............;,. The Butler buildings were :
!1l1 jii1m 11 originally built for dormitory ;
Sturdy ntoldtd foim construction i SPRAY
.
RUGGED DURABLE! '
GALAXY Ptiftct tit* for picnic and outlnii.arcuT ., ;:::::::::::::::: rooms when the prison was
BAN I SELF-PROPELLED BIG SO QUART SIZE :::: :::::::::::3:::: first constructed in 1959-60, '
ONE SMED RUBBERIZED TNT !111i 1itt11: Supt. James B. Godwin! of the ';
LAWN MOWER
20 INCH ICE CHEST MATTRESS ::1:1:1:::::;1:1:::: RMC said. He said the buildings .
ROLL-ON H.F.IRICCSt :::::::::1:1::::i; were converted to ware- I
STRATTON MOTOR I BEAM 7AROACH AND ,::::1:1::::::::::::: bouses in 1961-63 and now ..
ION 29 W X ::::::ri:: must be reconverted to house
__ FAN EASY SPIN STARTER ::::::::: ,
ANTI-PERSPIRANT ASIORTEDCDl0R1 ? of the overflow of
NTKILLER : -... i 111:1:111:: m some pri

''' '!1 1II'I\:\'\ OZ.-REGULAR ""- '' REG. 99' IIIIIII!! !! ,soners. ;
g
oIP (,I III LIMIT ONE !!<< Brooker WeighsServices
iREG. :::::::::::::;:: :
::::::::;::::::::
ban REC. I *:::1:1:1:::::1:1:: Bids
9 i11Mi111i1 1
144.99 11: .
15EL31MINTi ,.. ::;:::::::;:::::: BROOKER The Brooker
::::1:1:1:1:1:::::::1 Council accepted a bid for
17.99 #3708 REG. 3.59 REG, ::::::::::::::::: mowing and took under advisement -
::1:::1:1::::1:1i::: bids for Garbage
.. .. :::::::::::;::::: Pick up and water meterreading
} } Y.VN.S b : ::: in their regular
::::::: :: .
W1 1111 1111i1i meeting Tuesday night.
GASOLINE LAWN ::::::::::::::::::i: The council awarded a
J 24 INCH COLORFUL : }1 ::1:::1:1:1:1::::::1:: mowing contract to the lone
FUTURO ::::::::::::::::::: bidder R.H. Green Jr. for his
EDGER t 1:1::::::::::::::::: $11 per hour estimate.
BEACH I :::::1i:1:1::::::1:1:: Bids of$200 $224 and$250 a
MEN'S ELASTIC .N.I.n'DIPlHaND. WITHGFOLRILL \ 1 1manON 111 i1it111111? #i month for garbage pickup
THROTTLE CONTROL TOWELS J\{ ::::::::::::::::. were quoted to the counci'.
SUPPORT 211..1&. LEGS \ ::1:::::::::1:1::::1' Five meter reading bidsranging
MOTOR ::::::::::::::::::: from $51 to $100 per
4 POSITION :11tm1i1 1111 month were presented.' ,, The
SOCKS 1\\ :::::::::::::: :: council will present its final
MEDIUM ALCO, DRY MOUNT 8S. ADJUSTMENT ASSORTED 1mt 1t11 decision! at the next regular
OR LARGE PATTERNS' ALUMINUM-j'!;:::i:::1:1:: meeting scheduled for Sept. 9.
PHOTO ALBUM :::::::::::::::::: The council also set a
BLUE. SS : :1:1:1:1:1i:1i::::::::: special meeting to work on the
FOLDING BED
BROWN :::::::::::::::::: budget for Aug. 26 at 7:30: p.m.

OR BLACK 99 COLORFUL LINEN REG, ANDCOL20RS 4 4 WITH r...tm".....t1.....' BROOKERIN .,

WNftSTHEY, COVER 189 99 97 re 3 INCHMATTRESS 4' 88. M mmm1 '

REG. 2.50 < BRIEFby
2.99 REG t I REG 1049 REG. !mmM

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PERSONALS
Ayr :}};v.SYY v:Ata4; ::{{
100 CT. ::}}:;v:;}
M1..}.....J.. ;
fUSH BUTTON INSULATED ..'1J, E ": i ...;:::::::::::i Mrand Mrs. Zedra .
'- ; : :::::z::i Hamilton and Mrs. Eva -\I\
Unlcap ( CON. 4 ; ::::::::
.:. ,....... iJNICAPVITAMINS I TBOIS SE ,i \:': \.l :::::::::::::::>::::: Harrell were visiting
i AND RECNARbEBEVERAGE ...r;:.' .:: ,.. .''. Uj '!j1}t:ii1j1 relatives Mr. and Mrs.

t..,: iPAAATEVOL CAN -:.....?:. .J. j::::::::::::::::::: Remer Edwards Mr. and
OVER BOOTIMES 2i Seeber Edwards of
\ ::j:::1::i:1:1::::j: Mrs.
'*, SHUT OFF AT HOLDER FOR FRESH ') :::::::::::::::#::::: Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
I. END OF TAPE, WICKER Mr.Hamilton .
rl mm111 1 11 1 1 Croft of St. Petersburg.:
OR SALTWATER a :
WITH '::::::::::::::::: visited his two
"I:: HANGER DOG 1 1111 1 1t1111:'1 sisters', Mrs. Audry Mitchell
MAYFAIR 400 AC/DC SLACK i DECKER HI.1930 1:::::::::::::::::: of Bradenton and Mrs. Ila
PLAIN 177 :::::::::::::::::: Mae Parrish of Palmetto lastm11t1111 -
CASSETTE SHRUB TRIMMER REG. 59" BASKETS 1.. s: week, Aug. 3-8.
LIMIT ONE SPINNING 1.I::::::::::::::::: Paul and Yvonne Emery
RECORDER !!i1mm1!!@ and son Greg of Quincy spent;
4 SIZES
",KIEL 1:::: :::::::::::: thiS. weekend Aug. 9-10 withtheir
88 .TO 88 : J@': mother, Mrs. Eva
REG. 16 FROMI' i11J1 ,Harrell.
95 19.99 BC ALL METAL 99 J JITAONG :::;::::::::::::::
I' 24.9519 CONSTRUCTION 6 .::::::::::::::::::: Mr. and Mrs. Zedra
LAITIC WITH FOLDING R5EgGg' ;i 11i11i11 ii11111;: Hamilton are spending this
COPPERTONE. HOUSING HANDLE AND BAIL !:::::::::::::::::: week at their camp in Astor,
MDDEL 1111 REG. 9.99 ::1:::1:1::::1i:1:::: Fla.
SUDDEN :::::::::::::::::: Mr. C.N. Stallings of Sanford -
..... ik? !::1i:1:1::::::?:<::1: came by Mrs. Eva
Z/' ::1 11i11 1t11 Harrell's Saturday afternoon

tae....-r.. TAN 4 INCHES MEN'S OR LADIES SUPER 1::::::::::::::::::: for a short visit. visited
Pearl Markey
Mrs.
WIDE I :::1:1i:1:1:1::::: :
RAINCOATS ::::::::: ::::::: her sister, Mrs. Dukes and
lii TANNING FOAM Mult)petition. a 30 FT.LONG PUMP :::::::::::::::: family, in Lake Butler this
O meW construe l i#i weekend Aug. 9-10.
5a lion. Vtotllittd i mI1l1

1 1NN REG 79 ttstor board lot Ifonlni.ftuttr. ALUMINUM LIVE ::i:1:1:::::1:::::i BIRTHDAY PARTY
w; 2.49 I MEN'S ARE GRAY :::::::::::::::::: /
ALL METAL. LAWN NO WOMENSAREIRONING BAIT i1:i:::1i::::1:1:1::: Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
CLEAR PLASTIC. fASHIONID ::::::1::::::::: Dampier and children entertained -
::jii:::::::1:1:': Mrs. Harry Man
,3"OZ.lIMIT' ;DREG' 1.49 AERATOR COOKIES I:::;::::::::::E ning with a hamburger fry for'
EDGING ::1:1:1:1:1:1:1:::::: her birthday Thursday. Her
BOARD ::1::::::::::::::::: birthday was Sunday Aug. 10.
BATTERY ':::111111 11111<1 3 She !had a beautiful cake and
:
OPERATED KEEPS 9 9 12'/1OZ' :::::::::::::1:1i:?>: received many lovely gifts.
FOILLE REG. $ 2 :::: ::::::::::: Mrs. Jean Hart and
REG. AI99C SHRIMP & JJ ::mmmi1 11 daughter's Missy and Dee Dee
7.99 688 99 MINNOwsFIRST : Mrs.
REG. : visited her mother '
1,39 :::::::::::::::::
AIDSPRAY ALIVE. 99" 1:i 1 111t1 Agnes Pingley, in Winchester,

,.... .. REG. 4.79 1!::::::::::::::: Va.they arrived there the 20th
----- -- : The followingTuesday
of
::1111i1111t i July. !
\_ I:: :::::::::: they had a family
LIMIT 1 .. ::1::i ::::: reunion with all their relatives
3 OZ. avn
-' w wi ::::::::::1::::::::: attending.. Mrs. Hart has
i fUVOR NOUSI A' \ OLD FASHIONED GLASS :: seven sisters. She visited her
,Io.nn i:1::::i:1::
ett I COUNTRY STORE i!::::::::::::::1':1: other daughter. Mrs. Brenday
MYION Film Prints Kodak Film
SUNFLOWERSEEDS SHIM f n Palmer, and her baby.
) ::::::::::::::::I
SCARVES >; J WITH GLASS Gtt on erne i..1 pflntt When you pich,up YoureP :i iAIIIif :::::::: :::::::: They .all attended
nil T 0 .. : ,I' JAR LID with*v.ry roll of 1 developed film and off .::::::::: :::::::: Shenendoah Valley Baptist
1.,. color block and P4 printt buy two roll :
or 27.
I. ) ,PEG Kodacolor or IItack r:::1:::1: Church on Sunday July
!IiMgm:tr REG. C? ..' REG wI.fsfilm dv,..lopd and whir fikn. for th. :::: ::::::::::::: They went on a picnic Sunday,
.wC -hl 7 3' 63 c.,.;., 1 99 144' and TODAY printed AND EVERYDAY 1 regular pica af on*. ., : 11!1 1l1 Aug. 3. They left for home
eVERYDAY :
TODAY :::::::::::::::::?: Tuesday Aug. 5, and arrived
j::::: ::::::;: in Jacksonville on the bus
....ri1JDD... -.. ....
SALE GOOD THRU SATURDAYOF !::W:1:1 I ::: Wednesday morning, Aug. 6,
and were met by Mr. Hart and

r CURAD : PAK 12 5, OPEN DAILY 9'9 OPEN SUNDAY 9-6 j jrlSilE .'ig@: drove on home..

SUPER 8 1 DOUGLAS CEMETERY'

BANDAGES : SPONGES s 0WjJ( Jl W CJjJ(!)( i:$ II.IJ' ?i.x* 'The annual WORKING gathering of the

: Douglas and demons
WalnutIcRIA.t Ijj, Families and all others are ,.
5 831 S
FILM 100 PLASTIC ALL PURPOSE reminded to take part In the
ASSTD. COLOR ':!-jm$ cleaning of the family
SPONGES 1i-m;, cemetery in Northwest Union
LIMIT 39 32C. :j&: 'County this Saturday, Aug. 16,
I '
Indoor/out REG. 49 :.: ;,'and bring dinn: with you.
ONE ._.
door. SO'pirroll 199, -oUC..11_ ',...,.-.,-.";.i 1.

cartridge.Jtafr2,49. CUFt "D' WITH '.:'.'.-. ': WITH COUPON' PRAYER LIST

; roI6 : i i .t l. : .i i 'i I Mr: Seeber Edwards; Mrs.

Bulah Edwards, of Tampa.
Mrs. Polly Clark In Lake

'Short Hospital. In Lake City
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S"J -
J; c HUNGRY JJACK NABISCO LUX LIQUID PIGGLY' WIGGLY .'. .
STARKE PLAZA
1 1 STORE HOtlRfe:
BISCUITS CHIP A HOYS MONDAY THBUTHURS.u 8:30.: 7:30: DETERGENT ,CATSUP fk" "
FRIDAY ft SAtr., 0:30-: 8:30: SWIFT'S'
:,i j FLAXY BUTTERMILK OR I c, II y. MADISON STIRKE, FLAW, CLOSED SUNAYS A JJc Off' c c

,/! I 9.5 OZ. 2 9 14V4 BAG OZ. 89 I PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVI WED., AUGUST'13 THROUGH TUESDAY, AUGUST i 191 I 'LABEL...u.01.CUNTSUI. 9 ? BOTTUPIGGLY 14 OZ. 3 7 TURKEYS. .

I BUTTERBALL 10-U LB. AVG. -
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,"! MARTHA WHITE 'PIGGLY. WIGGLY PUNCH Piggly Wigbly' Iy rftNILLA SUNSHINE WIGGLY 1 ..: 1 ILB.PlG.BUDGET
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'MACARONI &CHEESE' MIYOIIIIAISEI III.. CUT ,,, LB .

t DINNERS .' I WAFERS BREENNO.. IE.II. -
SLICED
DETERQENT 3U CANS
Opens The Door _

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LIMIT: ONE WITH $$7.50 OR ';, DRESSING *
0 GIANT BOX MORE ORDER, EXCLUDING t 79M
I 230 BATH 290 CIGARETTES 0 '
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I 1\ 2 SIZE LI. no.ofSALISIURT 45
1 LB. CANS \ STEAK, '
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VX WNf'OfCtflTINO' PILLSBURT CHOC. CHIP' i'
PARKAY fc CUT INTO
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Nk"l cf"' "SCOLD COOKIES MACARONI 29

: CHEESE MARGARINE, POWER Ok k Z_ MARTNA WNin .WIGGLY 0 a GlEESE IlL '89 M PORK .
TOILETTISSUE i u.
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1 LB. QUARTERS FJRflC PKG.
INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED ETERCENI ?

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C o ,i:" C III C 0 if SALTINES .-.LB.n. I IJ .
12OZ. ". "QUANTITY' RIGHTS ;
J:. GIANT 5 .
.. BOX U" uJlft.. RESERVED" u.s. CHOICE: HEAVY WESTER BEEF! PIGGLY WIGGLY'
1 lOX: .. BONRISS BOLmUNR GLADLY ACCEPTS

IiT IHOULDEIIIIEII _FOOD__STAMPS__
WI1M97J UMJTi ILOEB$
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=aoABirm OtMREK. _,, ..iE: = SUNNYLAND PURE
'" _. PIGGLY WIGGLYSALT $$129 $$139 PORK SAUSAOE
KRAFT "NOHE SOLD PIGGLY WIGGLY. "
:\ I' TO DEALERS"OZ. r
GRAPE\ !iF ALUMIIIUM' PEaCHE. II I fJ 1 LB.ROU. ..1.1J'

HALVES OR SLICED MAIN OR IODIZED _________
JELLY Vi FOIL 11 DiOEL II LIQUID. DIOEL I I I TABLETS PRELL.. SHAMPOO 0! SECRET S DEO CUIETEAK$ TIPITEAK


( JAMS*. *PRESERVES! p, --J''. :IOU... 28.. / LEMON-ORANGE'6 60Z1 !990 0 MINT LEMON 6'.OK ORANfllSAVff e90 coNcuIrRAmpg 5: :" DIIT Be t ANTMt oz.WI" 99.!c CM .' .... s$159 $$169 CHUCI!! gge I I 11


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SAW'He SAW *5c u'' SAVE' '
HEAVY WEIGHT BABY BEEF!

F Fresh'Tender. Delicacies from the Dell at'"I'' JUICY NO.WASTI
IdahoBaking g .Juicy OPEN .ETE SWISS CHEESi \u.49c CHUCKROAST ROUND $
SNAPBEANS S. : SUPER'SHARP, CHEBI4iC43c\ pigglyWIggIyi7z._ . .J, p= r-rFirm ,1ge. STEAK $148
POTATOES 0 0 From Fla. BOILED HAM L lOlL 59c :itla!!! ,... ; II.
y R ,CORN BEEF IOUND4L, .59c, : STEAKS' U LEAN EjESffvRv,B.MS t *Till w
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Green. HI i LL % lM\Jit1' '
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EthTO11AL: FORESTRY
Ih 1"1'1'\ 1I.h
I CouLD PAR THIS Hoi.6, II IN BRADFORD COUNTY 'I'ai'm: tor' ...>"l t.i.'


Education vs. Services So-r i CAN'T RESIST A ..


'' educational needsof state -, rE:1Y\ pTATioN UKB Twos Here we are in the hottest use the,air conditioner's had better constant consider
In discussion the The plan would also have routes part of the summer. Many you
Bradford County, in relation to the originate at the homes of- the' bus folks are spending their af- planting some If trees don't around .

dollars and cents involved, as the School drivers, who would bring students into ternoons perched on the swingIn the house.this you, electric plant a

Board has been doing latelyK major the school by the most direct route. The (the shade of that old oak in bill tree may be year out of your sight in 1990.

question of priorities has arisen* system pow necessitates a circular 0.-.., the tree that backyard Grandpa oh planted so many It is time to place your
routing system that is not only seedling order with the

Should the county serve tbe'w uneconomical but lengthens, riding.time / years What ago.would we ever do Florida Division of Forestry,
educational needs of students or merely for the students. ( I \ without the shade of that The following bare root
them 4"We're- these species are available through
provide services to beautiful tree during
office at the Agricultural
scorching summer days in my
causing kids on the bus to ride Or Building or the Starke Work
admits School Board Bradford County. are you
In the past, twice as long as they should. among the unfortunate that Center of the Florida Division. ,
Chairman Rodney P. Hall, the prevailing
of Forestry 964-5436.
built a home in the middle of a
philosophy has been to provide door-to- What we really,need,is a state plan cleared field or subdivision
door bus service to the students ol complete with a guarantee of equitable / stripped of all those big shade HAHDWOODSI>

Bradford County schools, no matter treatment. We can't cut out curriculum trees. If you fall into this Catalpa, "

where they live. Last week, the school to fund busing, but curriculum in fact' category, you' need to read Chines Tallow, ,
board met in special session to hear that this article closely and then Cottonwood Cuttings I,
thousands of dollars could be saved by has been cut, whether busing'changescome take action.As Dogwood,

revising that philosophy and revisingthe about or not," said Hall. ,/ you probably know, trees Green Ash
'" add to Live OakSweetgum
yard
bus '-" not only beauty a
routing system. ,/ and give the children a placeto ,

However the board so far refuses to play. Your yard tree Sycamore
A complete plan for revision was adopt point-blank the bus routing / provides a home for

explained to the board by John Dial, system suggested by the state .. mockingibrds, cardinals and CONIFERS
.' i--- all those Arizona ,
representing a team of specialists in Superintendent Richard Jockel -' :. chipping squirrels Cypress
says r ; 'I' Here in Florida that shade Improved Slash Pine
for the State
school transportation that the is "too skimpy and leavesa
plan tree helps keep the house cool, Loblolly Pine,
Department of Education. The team had lot of kids out. Board chairman Hall / cutting your electric bill Longleaf Pine,

done a comprehensive study of the says that the decision is one of policy and substantially. This factor North Florida Slash Pine

present system, even to the point of philosophy.The meant little a few years ago Red Cedar .
riding the buses themselves on an ordinary when we could cool the entire

school morning, and found that home very economically. Sand Pine needs a dry site to
Hi: 'bMAi however all Most of
Today, we prosper Bradford
Bradford County was incurring more state planner clearly left the
know the difficulty of stretching County is too wet for this
expense than necessary in its present impression that he sympathized with the the paycheck for enoughto species.Remember.

system. board's political position in making a Employment buy our necessities of life. If orders need.I lobe
decision for a more efficient bus routing LETTERS you are paying those high place now to be delivered

The board, which had requested the system. The board members are ; Survey Set electric bills every month, during the winter planting
study and got it for free, listened attentively politicians, not school transportation knowing that it is caused by season soon to be with us.

and nodded in approval as Dial THE EDITOR.

six spoke of the of a existing$36,000 savings buses, reducing by cutting riding out specialists.In ... For local AugustA fJ! a'QGL3Q' l JaJV[ E:? I

of the
time for students, and slicing the per an effort to come up with a bus --- Bureau of representative the Census will

mile-per student cost of operating the routing plan the board met Monday CITIZENS PORTRAYEDIN accept another fact. This fact conduct a survey of em- liJIllllIJUm0
buses from 51 to 43 cents. Then the with county school BAD LIGHT being that the Minority as wellas ployment and unemployement
principals to study -- -- -
"buts" took over the meeting.The the state plan and the Majority must be in this area during mid- The All
with Administrator veterans
and
come UD. an Your story on the front pageof protected.As of present all
alternative" .plan.TheproblEm the Telegraph August, according to ThomasW. Veterans Affairs/ announced a people in military service on
board expressed more fear of proved compromise too big for one meeting, ,many honest, wellmeaningcitizens portrayed proposed we move solution on toward my McWhirter, director of theBureau's Statement of Policy con- that date, are still eligible for
we must
public disapproval than a genuine desireto and has been turned over to a com- in a bad light. We are recognize the apparent Atlanta. Regional Office in cerning the payment of additional the full range of benefits.
get down to it and save money, even mittee. A is due back not petition-waving idiots educational sub-
report to the board disapproval of the Majority of Local interviewer is Mrs. Among the ended
sistance program
though the supply of operating funds marching from one meeting to allowance for
August 18. another without just the people now living in the Norma Foray. dependents of female for enlistees' alter \May 7.
runs increasingly more scarce. cause.
area concerned. These
Our cause is to stop another people The August survey will have veterans in a program of 1975: pensions for those
It is to J tw hoped the committee and low-rent are just plain, hard working additional questions about the education during the disable from causes un-
housing project in period
Dial had this suggestion of offer: people. They buy a little pieceof of food
school board will put aside political our community at any cost. use stamps in 1975. commencing 6-1-66 and ending connected with their military
land
considerations in favor of a bus plan that Our reasons for opposing this build a very modest The survey is conducted 102472. A claim and service, burial allowances and
"Get your policy changes out in the treats all students equitably, but at the the same as those house with hopes they will live monthly by the Bureau for the porting evidence should sup-be pensions for needy widows
open first so that people will understandthe same time not going further than the evinced all over the state. long enought to burn the U.S. Department of Labor in a submitted to the Veterans Compensation payments to

routing changes that follow." state requires. Routes need to be These are a few of those vote mortgage.and Oh yes-they! also scientifically designed Administration for this veterans with service-
planned students pay taxes sample of about 60.000 connected disabilities and to
so period
are on the bus the reasons:
Again the board members nodded in shortest period of time possible, ((1) This complex will cost Now, this is the Majority in households throughout the survivors of those killed in
so the fuss. the
current On other entire United States. Em- service will still be available,
and that this -----
approval agreed
was a elementary students approximately $700,000. How
are
transported side we have the Minority.' In
ployment and The GI Bill of
good idea knowing that once a and many much needed homes unemployment Rights also
patternof separately
so as bus routes this the
many as case, elected and
statistics based continue for
on results of President Ford's action in peacetime
could be built for this
behavior is set it is difficult to amount
change possible are eliminated.The of money? appointed officials- no matter this survey, are used to ending some veterans' volunteers. The President has
without explanation. To: date, no, announcements ((2)) 'The Farmers' Home that one or more will profit provide a continuing measureof benefits affect only peacetime asked Congress to end the UI
of the kind have been school board is in great need of Administration is allocated so moneywise when the apart- the economic health of the volunteers who enter the Bill for those who enlist on

made, although the rumor mill is operating dollars. It would be a decided much money for this area. If ments are finished rented or Nation. Armed Services after May 7, July I, or thereafter but no
aggravating the public as much or more advantage if the transportation systemcan one developer siphons all of sold. Keep and in the mind theMajority's The June survey indicated 1975. action has been taken al the

than any announcement of policy be operated on what the state pays 'this off in one project, how' must be protected.Minority'sright dropped that unemployement 86 percent in June rate I-,_. present time.

change. the county to operate it, without having loan many families will have their'\ Since the Majority doesn'twant from 9.2 percent in May. Total

to supplement the bus system from. ..the, 'for applications turned down" the building in their employment remained steadyat
"
The plan, students as presented by Dial, would operating budget. u I ((3)the) If lack our'of city funds is? broker,,, I there.neighborhood.This .- .don't put It 84.8 million.' Since last'' ,:J ,& J Contractors

necessitate within a two-mile 'then why should the commission -' way we satisfy September total employmenthas ?
radius of the schools to walk to school, A bus routing plan resulting from obligate the city that favored "Home Rule' fallen by nearly 2 million. Cement And
idea ;
our and Masonry
County
require country students to walk to a political considerations would continue taxpayers to subsidize the officials so loudly City Facts supplied by in-
proclaim.
pick point on a main route. The state the same inefficient sewage system for this dividuals participating in the
up system we have. A Also, it will be a reminder to survey are kept strictly All Work Guaranteed
government does not provide funds for ,state planner says six bus routes can be project? Many city taxpayers. those who seek reelectionthat confidential by law and the

the busing of such students, so these eliminated. We're betting that the own cannot homes.get city sewage to their a large number of voters results are used only to Free I No

savings would fall directly back into "brains" on our school staff can devise a ((4)) If the developer had to can now be approached as the" compile statistical totals.:, I
operating funds. plan that will cut install politicians seek ."numbers.
his
even
more routes. We own sewage- Here is
the Clincher to I
-
hope the school board will buy it. treatment plant, it would cost protect the Minority (the Estimate Obligation
"It is hard to justify one child walking approximately $250,000. At sellers and builders) let's On February 5, 1775. Par-
down a mile and a half dirt road while some point in time, the good the building on SR-230 East.put liament passed acts forbidding

another child who has sidewalks and Every available dollar ole city taxpayer will pick up Anywhere east of the hospital six American colonies from 473-2000
lives half mile should be put the tab for it if the there trading'with the
a away from the school are long stretches of anyone except
into
the curriculum. That's where the development goes as plan- vacant land, of British.
gets picked up ,at..the, doorstep, Dialsaid ned. plenty open- u
_.",:...,, dollars are needed most. ness, close to the Country .a
__ .,. .- ((5)) The planning council of Club. Now this location

the which zoning Art Kiefer board, chairman of certainly attract the middle would ... ... .. ... . ..
was a


I Goes ewWorthlessCheckLaw Into Effect Oct. 1 not was twenty-year member be designed.make zoned,designated this period Art R1A Loudon this the for tractto plan did the efforts placing Minority Income hand and the will people.thereby investments object be protected Also making of ,closeat their the by it E FREE!' I


study the
STAKKK A new worthless possible for them to be more
phone number, place of
check law'gOing into effect lobby exempted labor from county commission and the able to see after their "freeenterprise"
(lit! I places responsibility employment sex. date of coverage by the proposed new zoning board did. object. .
the on birth height and race must agency. Myers said, the only To answer your question
recipient to take See how
easily a solutioncan
steps be written on the check by the about lONE-HALF
which will lead to successful way the bill could pass. voter apathy and lack of be found while one sits in '
accepting party. The information On the issue,' Sen. candidates with issues. .. i
prosecution! says Glen Sapp. must be written energy the yard, under the oak, in the
on Stone's watch for
reply cited the need more candidateswho
iim-stigdlor lor shade after
the State a day of hard,
the check
\tornl'Y's! Office or secured through! for a federal energy policy. are attuned to the feelings
Aof Oct 1 certain in Starke.and a check cashing identity card.In Chiles agreed, stating there of the people.We dirty Should work. care to discuss the

ddinite information will have addition the check the person are better ways to control are tired of plans and this further you, I am available i cost of insulation ::
accepting must of oil than that always end
promises
to be obtained at the time acheck consumption just up' after 5 p.m.in the shade of
witness the
of
signature in the
en- form of
prices. higher; taxes
is accepted or dorsement of the raising my Oak tree. .pondering, for home '
piosecution cannot take person -Was told that duties and more federal aid, and more I your
place,
Supp told the board ofgovernors presenting the check and responsibilities were assignedin restrictions' on our daily life. I I
imtal the check. recent The day has finally Sincerely, = "
a committee come WHEN YOU
of the BUY
Slarke- (
Bra ford County Chamber of The new law provides a meeting on the upcoming Oct. when you cannot sell the Broward Capps I IS"oby Offr.spfr.t. August 31)) .
Commerce last means of establishing prima 4 Calf Scramble. American people on the idea THE

Aug 7,nl Penalties Thursday upon conviction facie issue a evidence worthless of check.intent to It something that they for are nothing.going to get r Says: I\I SUPER E ROUND ONE ::

issuing a worthless
also establishes THERE ARE MANY TOOLS
that
check under have the law not, Sapp been said.changed restitution plus a $5 or 5 H ; Neighbor A.G. (Art) Loudon.Jr. TO PUT OUT FOREST F/RES./ CARRIER 38SE. I
percent service charge must 1304 West Pratt .
identification by the Street ..BUT ONLY ONE TO PREVENT Th. most efficient and
be paid within 20 days of Starke, Florida 32091 quietest
luinplamtant of the person written notice of nonpayment 1.1EM..COMMONSEfVSE/ central air condition. around .

has i issuing been the a major worthless problem check in The act sets forth Z r p i PROPOSED !' I And that'. not just our opinion _
language to be used in SOLUTION
prosecution of bad check notification of APARTMENT that' how the Air' Conditfoninos '. _
non-payment: FUSS
of ui-.es.:Jl;;2 cases Sapp said prosecuted Despite in that, Sapp also pointed out that +ns Kfr and Kefrioeration. Institute Carrier
and the first 1974 issuing a worhUess check for + Dear Mr. Editor: rated usl' I
six _
months of
I ,
less than After
1975.! the state $50 is a I. pondering the
successfully misdemeanor 'punishable by question of the _
secured.l full restitution proposed .
cases in 159 a $500 fine or two months in apartments on Sr-100 West, I SI insulation There will never be better
securing payment of jail or both. If the worthless _I believe I have hit a .
the
$7 2T upon I
out of
the 21i2>> checks$11.542 for which check is written for $50 or '- '>;J perfect solution. R.q,12' time to buy central .air' conditioning .

Sapp! reported were written, more the crime is a felony.If First though we must or to replace you old
IM the no goods or services are realize that our elected and 0 system that It
262 probably wasting
cases 3 were I
rendered at the time officials E 6
a worthless appointed
are in NOW
dismissed
amounting to$167. 2 check is accepted it office to represent that 'owe _wry ...to pet eel .' money by using too muchpK
were dismissed group MMM ,.
amounting IBT9C 61 Wly w M
constitutes a misdemeanor; if commonly known as John electricity.. _,
$228 one found not "This b a fine time for you Q. .MMM ILa.COMMONSE '
amounting to $40, one check guilty goods or services are transferred to con "waltzing!" Public. Once we have grasped Se! U..Ie.. .sad Mr praraM W.1t. _
$25.was a forgery amounting to Sapp said., the crime is a felony. this fundamental fact, we can two tlnel! I I For FuN'Detail* .
one -
to juvenile case was turned over In other action, the I. CAUTODAY
authorities, $65; 78 jIz
Chamber board .
You'Ilsav..nyour
cases in : I
could be which defendants -Was told by Executive ....HItfI.1MI tooling bUhlI
not
located. IC4-7701
159 $3,415: Vice-President John Myers of t h i.rniiiel ,
cases made full replies received from Rep. &.t e _
restitution. $7,235, and 17 Don 'BUILDING CONTRACTOR
Fuqua, Sen. Lawton U
in
cases which jail terms II
ordered. $365Despite were Chiles and Sen. Richard Stoneto 3sfof. !
that record whome the Chamber office C..i4/.I SawyerBladeAir
of CUSTOM
had written
regarding pen- i
prosecution the new Florida 496-2185
law places the burden of ding consumer protection BUILT J I
legislation and the present =
establishing
identitiy on the situation. COMMERCIAL I
of energy HOMES ConditioniNg Co.
payee worthless checks.
To
establish Fuqua said he would offer CONSTRUCTION U
prima facie
an amendment to Include I I
full evidence name of residence a bad check address the, organized labor in a bill COUNTRY HOME CENTER LAKE B Tl __ '332 W. Madison Stark
providing for
home phone number, business a new consumer .

protection agency A stong .-I ...- ... ........... .. I-

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August 14,1975 TELEGRAPH. Page II



I BHS Grid Bowling TitleThe .
Drills Begin Monday f
team of John Smith and
Charles Fairchild took the
.....-/ .., Starke Mixed Doubles Title at trrap1SPORTS: 4
STARKE
"We're
be a very inexperienced going foot-to sive tackle and .strongside will be a fine football team." way in the spring. Work this very hard, and have pride." Palm Lanes in Gainesvillelast
ball team, especially linebacker Jimmy Clark, justa This Big Red eleven won't fall will be on play recognition Lettermen returning on Thursday night with four
defense. But I think we have on Junior, at 6-2 and 215. Pooser be as quick defensively as last and getting the linebackers to defense, besides Pooser and wins over the team of Richard
good potential," Head led the team in tackles last year, so that will have to be read their keys. Clark, include defensive Roberts and Harold Davis.
Coach David Hurse says of the 1975 season and Clark was second. made up in effort Nurse says. The secondary is very In- tackle Wayne Scott, 6-0 and
edition of his Fighting Tor- "Both are fine football But the team will have fair .experienced, but Hurse adds: 200 pounds; linebacker Curtis The summer league had
been running neck and neck
size. The tackles, whose Crawford 155 defensive back
nado gridders, who will players, Hurse states. "We do have ;
some
prospectswe
report and all the marbles
were
names won't be familiar to Jerome Reddish, 6-1 and 170, on
Monday some 40 strong for terman Emmitt Bright, another let- fans at first, are 6-0 and 200 think will develop and do a and Bright.at monster.Six the last night of bowling, even
fall practice. ter man,played last some at- mons' pounds.Pooser,the nose man, good job. There again, it just lettermen return to the though the Smiths and
Theopening game of a schedule "...and that's season.it." has put on 20 pounds. The ends takes practice. offense, including a now Fairchilds had held first place
which can only be termed are also inexperienced "We had a very fine football healthy junior i quarterback, since the start. While trying to
ambitious is September 12 at "So, we've' got a rebuilding following Donnie Sewell and team last year because we Jimmy Prevatt. Experiencelast take first place away from the
home against Ocala Van- lob on our hands defensively, Sheldon Hodge, both of whom had a very find defense. To year will give the Torna- leaders the Davis and Roberts Now OpenSkating
guard, less than a month but the potential is there As have signed to play college have the same type of ball does an effective passing team saw there hopes for
away. long as people don't expect us football. club defensively this year we attack for the opener some- second place dwindle as the
Drills will be held Monday, to be as good as last year and ,The linebackers are Inex- have to develop defensively.The thing lacking at the first of Hardys and Flynns were I. : RinkHwy
Wednesday, and Friday at 9 give us time to develop, we perienced but came a long kids will have to work last season. taking four points from the
a.m. and each afternoon at 5 Big Tommy Edwards leads Howards and Petrellas so they 100 E. 1 Blk. E. Of Red Light Keystone Heights
p.m., except weekends. Hurse the line returnees at tackle. had to settle for third place.
asks all players to have physi- The all-state first string selection -
cals before reporting Monday Union Gridders Report FridayLAKE last year is 6-2 and 225. Final StandingsJ Open
"We're really depending on
morning. Mon Thurs Fri 7.30-9:30: Sat. 3:00-5:00.: :
"
Twelve lettermen return to Tommy, said Coach Hurse. Smith-Fairchild, 30-10--
form the nucleus of the 1975 BUTLER it's that Returning defensive men them are juniors, so he might Emmitt Bright started 18022; Hardy-Flynn, 26-14- 7:30.10:00: : PM .9:30-: 11:30: 7.30-9:30: :
Tornado squad. A fine Tornado time of year againfootballseason. include Cedric Warren, line predict another good year about half the season last yearat 15949; R. Roberts-Davis, 23- 9:30-11:30: :
eleven last year estab-- backer; Tim Whitehead, after this one.Yanossy split end, and this year.has 17-14464; Silcox-Smith, 21- .Sun 3-5
lished a 10-2 mark and went to been switched to monster.At 19-13830; Howard-Petrella,
(For Union County High defensive end, and Jimmy predicted about 30-
quarterback, Prevatt, a
the state playoffs. Mobley and Glen 40 boys will out. He also 19-21-14530; Powell-Bryan,
School practice starts Kemp, try 9"
junior at 5-10 and 165, will be Admission .. Per Session
BrownStanwixHay
There are just two defensive 17-23-14234; -
defensive backs. said had scheduled
tomorrow(Friday,Aug. 15)) at they nine
back with
a year's experience
starters returning for the 16-24-13383; Hamilton-
upcoming 6:30: p.m. with the boys doing games for the coming year, Includes
season in which Coach Yanossy said these will be under l his belt.Running Roberts, 83212850. Skates tf
has some running. probable starters for the and were looking for the 10th back Beaver
Hurse play close gone to independent"to home and And despite the fact that team. He added that many of competitor. DeSue, a 170-pound 5-7 senior,
they lost 21 lettermen last
make more with savvy gained over the
money.
year, Assistant Coach Frank is returning.
two seasons,
past
the Making Tornadoes their more will money play means pro still Yanossy be a thinks good team."We'll the Tigers. will Northside Baptist Grabs receiver Veteran Richard halfback Lashley,and 6-0 What do
bably toughest schedulein can
years. Buchholz: follows the be all right again this and 195, is returning for what you
then comes Fernan- year, Yanossy says. The should be an outstanding sen-
opener
1974-75 Tigers were confer- Second Half Softball TitleNorthside
ior
dma, Gainesville Eastside, year.
Palatka South, St. Augustine, ence, district and regional According to new Florida when want
Ocala Forest, Baker High, champs.The Baptist clenchedthe seventh to end the game 12-5. High School Athletic Associa- you
and Live Oak. Tigers had an 11-1 second half championshipin Northside had 11 base hits to tion rules, there are now 16
Seven of those schools are record that took them to the Men's Recreation Slow First Baptist's 10. Wayne Tes- Class 3A districts in the state,
larger than Bradford High. state playoffs, but they lost Pitch Softball League action tone and P.D. Cain each made compared to eight last year. extra ?
Class Ocala 3A Forest state champion.is defending Live their bid for the top spot when Tuesday night.Northside two hits.Jim Prevatt led First That will make for a 14-game money
Oak, St. Augustine, Palatka, they lost to Class 2A State won the game bya Baptist with three hits in the schedule for teams reachingthe
and Forest all say they have Champion Monticello. 12-4 score. three trips to the plate. finals of the state play
what it takes to take it all this, Offensive returnees are Tim First Baptist led off the first Northside downs. The season is startinga Let H & Block teach you to prepare
Buchholz is expected to McGill, center; Luke Smith, inning picking up one run on will meet first week earlier than usual .
year.field a good team, Eastside is running back; Danny Hazen, two hits, but Northside came half champ Madison Street for because of this. Because of the income tax returns.We .
billed as the team to beat, and quarterback; Sam Jackson, back in the bottom to score the league championship lengthy schedule each team
Vanguard, according to running back; L.W. Cumm- two runs on three errors and tonight at 7:30.: must also have an open date. teach income tax preparation to people who have a flair for dealing
Hurse, is billed a dark horse ings. fullback, and Lanier 'no hits, giving them a 2-1 lead. Another new rule prohibits accurately with figures, and who enjoy working with the public and who
Clyatt and Dean Dukes, offensive In the top of the third inning, high school bowl games from
with a good team Rec.Dept.OffersSoftball
expected. linemen. would like to earn extra income in their spare time. Over 300,000 stu-
First combined two with post season
Baptist conflicting '
Live Oak is expected to field
dents have from Income Tax Course.
graduated
our
hits and an error to push All bowl
another team of hard
nosed athletes. tough CLiLli'CcC;; ; :( ;( 1, across two runs and take a 3-2 For Men games must bees.la yed on Dec. We teach classes in more than 2,000 communities throughout the coun-

Fernandma is an unknown GjitElw; : ; tt L4 lead. The score remained this 19, under new FHSAA rules. try. There is almost certain to be a class location and time satisfactory Ito
quantity with a new coach [: ..., way until the top of the'sixth With sufficient response,the Another rule change is that you. Job interviews available for best students. Send for free Informa-
rr when First Baptist's Jim recreation department will the season record has nothingto
from Kentucky, but Hurse .
::.> tion and class schedules today. HURRY!
the Pirates to be Poole hit the leagues' first out- organize a 16-inch slow pitch do with whether a team gets
expects
rough. Baker High can't be as of-the-park home run. Softball league for men more into the playoffs. A team Classes start: Sept. 10,1975
good as they were this First Baptist's 4-2 lead was than 30 years old to begin in winning over all other teamsin .
year short-lived its district goes to
when Northside early September.The
with fabulous Curtis Williams. by Neil Crawford .
regionals.For - - - -
for is
exploded 10 runs in the game played with a
returning The two are defensive nose man starters Scott, W.T. Smith and myself, Pat bottom of the inning as they 16-inch ball,and is slower than instance, BHS, Buch- D[}{3EE] 2_LOCK
Welch, Leroy Jackson, Buddy rapped out nine base l hits to r regular Softball. holz, Eastside and Live Oak
Pooser and defen-
5-11, 185 District 5 for the .
Packham fished Rodman take a 12-4 lead. Interested persons shouldcontact are in up- 118 N. Walnut
If the Tornadoes
season.
Saturday evening and the First Baptist came back and the recreation depart- .coming beat all those teams, they Phone 964-5590
U. C. Budget. early part of the night. scored one in the top of the ment for further information. ,are the district champs. DiStrict .
Rodman I hate to think of 5 winner will play the
that hyacinth, log winner in District 4 for the Please send me free information about your tax preparation
(From II) grass .
Page
SUMCO 2 & 3 HR HOMES title.Another .
it was "way out of line" with stump, you-name-it hole. regional new rte this yearis course. I understand there Is no obligation.

other Union fctounty jqbs. Mrs., Pat LeRoy and Buddy Ideal Permanent. ..Homes that .there will be no tie I Name, .
Addison replied' j>M..JI aying her, caught several nice bass.W.T. River Or Lake Homes Weekend Retreats games.. Each team will be, I, j3
employee was nut just"a Wand h-didn't seem to locate UnderThe Southern ':, ven..4. plays,;.alternately, Address'! I r
secretary, but her: ass t>U ntjf !lnthing.but: grass, logs, and SUMCO. HOMES1Are, Built starting from the 50 yard line. City State Phone, .
.s umps. Standard Building Code and Are State The winner is decided by the
who did nearly as much as she' .
Florida residents are being .team who finishes the game in . CLIP AND MAIL TODAY . U _
did.In her remarks Thursday taken when it comes to Approved and FHA Approved ,, the other team's territory.

night, Mrs. Addison said her providing better fishing. LOW Down Payment LOW Monthly Payments LOW Interes ,
Rodman needs help, and if
employee has asked for a you Call Us For Complete Information ,Without Obligation
fish it much, will
$2.000 pay cut "because of the need help very too, because you it will BildRite. Inc. Licensed General 1 ContractorsP.

compared criticism! brought her employee's'upon her./ drive you crazy.Alligators O. Box 88, Brook, Fit. Phone "'5-182' To The Voters Of StarkeIn

$8.200 salary with other need to be Area Dealer For SUMCO HOMES
courthouse workers. She said brought under control in -
the,'Board of County Com- several lakes in this area. ,
missioners' secretary gets Santa Fe Lake needs to be tDeWitt'
$8.700; clerk's office checked for rough fish and
G. Jones
secretaries get $9,300 the bass population.
; SampsonLake
weeks I have with of about candidacy for
the met
sheriffs secretary brings in needs to be raised to a past many you my
$8.700 and two others who suitable level. All
} more
work..only: four days a week residents around Sampsonfavor Funeral.Ho.me' i City Council Group| 2. I would like to take this opportunity to let you know

are-paid $6,900. raising the lake. what the Issues are as I have 1 determined from talking to you. The issues and
Mrs. Addison said she had Bradford Bassmasters will
no tard( feelings, but she "hadno hold their regular monthly STARKE PHONE 9646200'RENTAL '
choice but to defend this." meeting Aug. W.: We are where I stand are:
With no further comments, asking all members to be HOSPITAL BEDS WALKERS. WHEEL CHAIRS
thef!commissioners agreed to present, as we will elect new CRUTCHES .it: '::1 I
advertise the new budget and officers for the 1975-76 season, I
will hold a public hearing Aug. It is imperative that you makean KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473.3176. e

19 at.-7:30, : p.m. before final effort to attend. r ....... """'!

up Driggers toval. and the finance A GAl I N ST any new expansion of electric facilities or floating bonds for it until all other methods have

committee Woodington and composed Riherd had of When You Are In The been studied and exhausted. Let's determine which way will cost you, the consumer less.

bceft.working on the budget '

begin for at with least a four$270,000 weeks overage; They, Market'ForA HomeThe A\VjPA\l I N ST I the building of any apartment complex or development that has not been worked out with

but were able to whittle that the city and found to be compatible with the master plan and city zoning. The comprehensive

away to approximately and master plans are only In the beginning stage. Let's not have a hasty decision and
$118.000 on July 31, when the
commissioners and the fr Newspaper Want Ads seek some expert advice as the comprehensive plan for our city develops. These projects.

department agreed not to May Not I Help effect the life style of all of us.
accept ,a pay increase. 1
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Have You ThoughtAbout A GA I I INS T any annexation that would tax our public utilities as they now exist.



A AGAINST I
estimating metered utilitiesand if It must be estimated, let it appear on the bill as an estim

ation.



j.'j..Aak I COP r l\ establishing new rules of procedure; for city council meetings. Let's start a method of stag-

,. gered roll call voting so that the people will know where THAT member stands when it

comes time to vote.
Charley. .

y.tEe Mobile Home : : t:

FOR finding a way to renovate the RJE school and keeping it as a community center, Many dif

J0h11s"A1... ., ", ferent Federal and State agencies around town could be consolidated into this building and
careless" act can cause .'. they would not have to pay out our good tax money for rent: .''- '.;

ther person to lose his .If You Are Newlyweds, New In The Area. With A Large FamilyWe .1,,: .
'
ht.Jiia masculinity.Jud: suit for Have Your Home At A Price You Can Afford ... ,- ,.... ". ,

result$100,000 in or a law more. The Single Wides ..Double Wides Repos .: 'l Elect Joseph N. (Joe) Warren. J:,.rI'I-,, ..

usual $10,000 personal. '\. ,,1. '. n '.. 1ii .

liability policy is the no Chu'leyE. longer On This Weekend Only ..l,:" .ff l H'City, Council Group 2 'tt\\'. .tj: Jf
adequate. Can '
;,..
;Johns Agency increase: Free Skirting With" Every Mobile Home Purchased .." 1 0, >J I

mjrn. ComprehensivePersonal ,...:.:.,.
Liability to' TEACHER VO-TECH 1'!'1\.' 5. :t/; ". .
$1,000,000for John Brown : J'11"1": :;r f>:., zo,:'
S100,000..even w' I '. \ ", ],...\'.... '
)just a few dollars more. .. ..
prlMeimnr Mobile Home Center .rJ. : yr It. : NATIONAL GUARDSMAN, !: ,. .;: : <', '''. ''.,. ..'
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TELEGRAPH August 14..75 :


CARLWOOD I.' Long Distance RunnersSuzuki BALDWIN
AlI_ 117 W. Call St.

INTERIORS INC -1I2e'-V.III.- 964-7520 Chevrolet -OldsAnd

OWNED I -
.
All Name Brands Playtex
OPERATED BT 1- -' ,--
I BANMAMERICARD SPORTS WEAR No Visible Means Of Support B.F. Goodrich
ROBERT L KITCHENS __ I .
L._"" -. J FROM BRA Off ,
AND 2C
CARL L JOHNS 114 TO I/2 Off Limited QTY SPEED tfitftf- RADIALS SPECIAL

Carpet Special SeALS SWIM SUITS LIMIT

HR 78x14 WSW RADIALS Reg Price *87"

3/8"Installed Padding $\f 95 Sq. Yd. 25 % Off 40 % Off NOW $61'

750 Water Cooled For Long Hauls Or
1 Rack Of Mens Pullover $400 Short Calls :The Suzuki 750 Is One Of The GR 78x15 WSW RADIALS Reg. Price '81'

Finest Machines On The.Market NOW $5550
SH I IRTS Reg. Price To'TIe ;
U1IY SELECT NYLON? Whether Your Going Grocery'Store'Or
Why is Nylon the most popular carpet fiber?Mainly To California The GT-750 Is Right At Home, HR 78x15 WSW RADIALS Reg. Price *85"
because Nylon has proven to be an extremely" Jong*
wearing fiber which is easily cleanable and highly soil Boys Electric Start, 70 HP And Super Smooth NOW $5650SILYERTOWII
resistant.Nylon is also rated as being one of the top
12 Month
12 ThousandMile
stain resistant fibers.
SOCKS Wereg9a NOW 50 BELTED WSWF
Other features important to the home owner include Warrantyfinancing
resistance to abrasion, ability to recover from hard 78x14 WSW Was 55130 NOW $3500G
usage, resiliency, moth proof, mildew proof, and the I Mens Walking $4O0: 78x15 WSW Was '65* NOW 39"
fact that Nylon is non-allergenic. Available
Nylon sounds like the answer to the housewife's SHORTS Price
dream,and it is.Come in today and look over our large Reg. ''Low Down PaymentS Fr.? Mounting
selection of Nylon carpets.We have the styles and the Balance Extra .
colors to match your decor. 1 Rack Of Mens Knit

zuki Of Starke
SUITS Were '8981 $6995
304 E Call Stvk.Fla
Come On In, We're Open 8 Til 5 Monday.Thru Friday 904-964-0020
-Sat8.12 1 Rack Of Mens Sport
964-5242 COATS Were'699' $4995 Open. :;30 .. &,-00 I.'R f STARKE a PI awn, FLORIDA wan 1YM

.CloSedSunday
384 N. TEMPLE STARK "Sooner Of Later Your Favorite Dealer"

Real Pit Bar-B-Que Starke Builder's
-
rvLwr
: Supplies inc.

219 E.Washington St. 964-S270
inn
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.(Where Your Business Is AppreciatedAnd

FAT BOY Valued)


\ BAR-B-Q Pre-Hung Door


Chickens UnitsFINGER

$ ,1S4 Beef JOINTS
G
., ,.. ..J"-" Pork 1'6" x 6'8" $21392'0"x6'8"
',
'; Ribs
8
y, Y $23
Charbroiled r- ,firr W "

-. .' ... '' Steaks 2'4"i'6'8"; : 'r--- ,$2539


.. .,., .-. ,., & Hamburgers Thousands Of.Hardware Lumber Items & 2'6" x 6'8" $2540

Salesmen That Know Where To Find Them.Starke 2'8"x &'8" $2540

Builders Supply, owned and operated by why you will find a fully stocked hunting and fishing 3'0" x&'8" $2639
in his store. He has the hunting equip
.;/, Carl L.Johns,is a full line hardware store with a com department
Dining Room Or Take-out Service plete in-depth inventory for most building and hardment you need now for this fall-why not stock up 20% Discount on All PVC
now?
Clip This Ad For 500 Discount On ware needs. Pipe & Pipe Fittings

Beef Or Pork Plate Only. Starke Builders has been located on East Washington Starke Builders is also your paint, paint accessory
and household items If need goodof
headquarters. you a PAINT SALE Get
Street for many years. Mr.Johns employs a staff
Limit One Per Customer Per Meal people that really knows the hardware business. kitchen knife or a garbage can plus many other house-
Good At All Stores hold items,Starke Builders is the place to go. All paint.ln
They enjoy assisting people in their needs.If you don't Stock 2nd Gal
know the name or size of the plumbing, hardware,
2700 Waldo Road 361 OS.W. 13th St
For "do it yourself" builders contractors, BUY 1 GAL.
you or
Gainesville, Florida Gainesville, Florida household or lumber item you need,its a good bet they
Starke Builders has'the lumber you need, or if its L
Phone 378-5161 Phone 373-3339 do or can find out for you. REGPRICE 1
panelling,nails or you name it,you'll find it at StarkeMr.
230 S. Temple Builders at a competitive price. All'Items Listed /2 Price
Johns is an avid hunter and fisherman, that's
Starke. Florida Phone 964-8840 Cash & Carry

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Our HewLocation HolidayInn ,., ,




Gulf Gu1 0 S


Come See Us 1011 N. Temple Mr.




Oil Filter Sandwich Inn

Sloans Red Carpet Special
Shoe Shop 1401 N. Temple Ave.
CO

Office Shop (5O ft New Clifton $5995

BullingtonsLarry's I
1975 Model '64x12, sU1&OfeAt
ThlsW..kony
Flowers J .
Walnut St. Oil Change 3 Br Front Kitchen


F 110 W. Call New Clifton Reg. Price.

The '- J 1975 Model 5595 Get 2nd Onepo

.; ', $595Homt 60x12 .
:
r. 2 Br Front,Kitchen This w Only .

Red Carpet AtMuatang "
!:i Office: '

Of The $1 DO ,- ,

Mobile Homes:Inc.

Shop Car Wash 1650 N..Temple Aye.

Starke Florida 904-964-7212. With This AdPage1Y



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18 Years Of Something ExtraIn I IReduced dC cocaaoaoo

Quality And service (! (Eaaaooaaaaaoaa


Terwillegar MotorsAsk \ / ( f ( J f


Clyde

About The
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WASH POWER AUTOMATIC -
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Used Car ILdH Push Button WaterTemp.
.Control) GREAT l
S.lf Cleaning MAYTAG .
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Wa.hBa.k.t
I Parc.laln 1
1/2 .forPoiltlv. Lint andSand 5,
Removal WARRANTY
lid Stops Y/1Y1tic turn. n
And More Saf.ty Machin.Wh.n Op.n.d. 6 vtMf r.cm asnp .
Special Whit. mn ryit 1 ytm on -
ra.p..Na L pNIm ;
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$34995 esnunul.e Hamel

_Ir.ns.r.r.o.,, rmMwr The CommunityState
In.n r I.IS r
1974 Ford Maverick Final Clearance .
.Ma.x W n mr.
I
I NO EXTR A BankersHelp
Four Door : FOR CHARGE COLO R
People With Needs
302 V8 Automatic 1AW
Air Radio FABRIC
Finance Them.
BankAmericard MATIC .

5,000es",\\ $OOQ C Master Charge Welcome I, :((...WASHERwith..cycU pvrmoitMit) They Take A Lot Of Pride In ,
MinoslHe\ JJ Jf (t C nr) D I
fc Special cycl fordeticates
1S'. &.knit. F- Watching The Bradford County Area
Fabric ot n r
We Service What We Sell dipnt 17AW

>Whit S.If-CI.anln.,Avocado Pump,HarvMt Gold (Left) Grow And .
9 .to 5:30: Mon -Sat \ \ t G.ntlo Ev.n H.arSurroundi Prosper "
ClothotS.ttlna
$37995 f for all Fabric*
TERWILLEGARFORD __ (R.gulari firma ProisAir
I Fluff) It's Good To Know The Bankers At The
WRINGER Porcelain Drum
WASHER I I II II .Lint Fill.rWhit. KEO Bank
\ I (Above) Community State
I. ,Saloon.; Capacity Rofl I.e. $25995
Pt\ I.. Removal.Itlv.Sand Come In And Start A Savings OrChecki'ng
I I Safety Wrlngir

Call:; 1 e Control Whit'*Enamel L""oowW \I Call 964-5289 Bill Wilson'Inl.h$25995' 964-7830 Member Account FDIC Today FDIG. .


206 W. Madison, Starke, Fla. Badcock Assoc. Store 128 S. Walnut Corner Of Madison & Walnut ,'_ ._"_'."_""_



CONVOY Winkler's r ,r 4. } END, OF SUMMER

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Electric r SALE

SPECIALSave




Now On All Serving The it 'roe


G.E. AppliancesTrade CommunitySince 1930 1 Lt14


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+Y+ny Ft'E '

...Now I, ',)"'?''K5;:.5''. '.w.;#. .:?rt r4 v ere sryiiJ'.r ,
_r f' : r* r y11 25" Screen
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And I 100% Solid State


Save Model GX700W $O T O O0

With Trade
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--- Now Only 12 Mo. Warranty Parts & Labor

We Finance Our, Own Accounts.
l WINKLER'S Electric Inc., family owned and Winkler's Electric also installs television antennas.
: operated by Warren Winkler, the oldest appliance If you have trouble getting good reception call Warren We Service What We Sell
V3178Chef. store in the trade area,in operation since 1930,is a full Winkler and let him advise you on the best anetnna
service appliance store. Warren sells televisions, esystem. Friendly Service From
frigerators air conditioners freezers-all are name
brand products.Winkler's When it comes to appliances & televisions service
after the sales is important. Winkler's Electric knows Winklers Electric
,Electric has a reputation for being the ;and has the )staff to fix your appliance ,
SRWYERSLRDEHPPLIRNCE ] dependable appliance store in Starke. Service is a bigor television when needed.
pert of Winkler's..A professional staff is on hand to
repair your appliances when'they break-The best We do our own financing,with terms to suit you. Inc.

test equipment possible is used to analyze your televi
332 W Madison PH 964 7701 sion set and get it repaired. 234 N. Temple 964-7596



1 allards 5&10 Your HeadquartersLeisure Western Boot: .,,"", Qe > ... A Fantamtic:


113 East Call St. In Sound
Buy
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Worlds Largest 11-
Boots ,
See Us First For Values

Bootmaker To Dress Up With I PS *=
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SALE \ Sandi, Summerlin

fri&Sat ..IsNOW. vpM

School Supplies WORKING 0


$34 99 II I
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FILLER PAPER 200 Ct. 75 CrdIaCool II II I I

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3 Pr Ladies 97 c $4599 Electronfic 36"Console ,

IPANTIESLadies ....,.'.i Call 4751976For

STAN'S, BOOTERY With l
Appointment Betty Desha
STANLBY MATMIB MIRIAM L.' MATH* Ann Lowe And i
Reg $500 Ideal For Mobile, Homes
101 East Call Street Now Sandi Summerlin I
OWNS ONLY S198 Phone (f04) 964-7353 I 8 Track & Stereo Player 1
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NINTUKYARN.97C Shampoo & Set 450, $19' f "

\ AM-FM RadioOahm.rs
Ladies '''j' Shoes and Accessories Now Open 6 Days A Week

R* t3" S249 J For Alt the Family
PURSES Thurs, Evenings By ApRointment'S
I
& Melrose .
Between Keystone Dimcount
Plastic CAPES STARKE. FLORIDA : :
97 cocoa Western Auto I
Hwy 21 By '/1'12'E. Call St.;, 964-7923, ;, .1: f f
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I LqI Leaals Complete Piano use the fb.lJPsbr


--------- --- Will Service Buy Pianos 1 WANT/ ADS I'esulk.
I NOTICE I property and the names and Florida. 32091, and file the original styled court on or before September Wm. George : .
\ I Ralph P. Bryan associated address of the holder may be with the clerk of the abovested 2, 1975; otherwise, a 1228 Blanding St. .
I with Bill Powell Real Estate has I obtained by any person possessing court on or before Sept- Judgment may be entered Starke WINTERS SCHOOL OF
I made Application to the Bradford an. Interest In the property ember 2. 1975; otherwise a judgment against you for the relief 964.5287 1 WANTED DANCE: Registration
I County Zoning Board to by addressing an. inquiry to may be entered againstyou demanded in the complaint or 8-14: 2tp8'21: rHELP J MISCELLANEOUSCOWARD'S I Monday, August 18, 10 a.m.,
I allow Home Occupation of the GERALD A.: LEWIS. Slat for the relef demanded in petition. 396 N. Cherry. Gymnastics,
.property described below. i ComptroSer as Administrator. the complaint or petition. WITNESS my hand and the tap, ballet &modern Instructor
3/4 miles East of Starke Oty I Abandoned Property SectIon WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court on. July 28, Dorothy Salazar 964-
Limits on Rd. 230 on left. Capitol, Tallahassee, Florida seal. of said Court on July 28, 1915. Davidson AVON CALLINGII To buy or sell REFRIGERATION: 7098. Itchg 8/14
Section 27, Township 6 South, 32302. Be sura to mention 1975. Avon call 755-0731 or write Air conditioning and appliance ------------
Range 22 East. account number name end GILBERTS. BROWNAs Mobile Home ParkIn Loma Clyatt P.O. Box 220 service Ph. '9648025. 7/24 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
This change In classification ,is address, as published In this GILBERT BROWNAs Clark of said Court Lake City, Fla. 32055. tfchg. 4tp 8/14 Has :'
subject to a public hearing to be notice Unless proof of owner. Cark of said Court By: Beulah M. Moody City Limits ------------ your drinking caused you
I ------------ to be sick and tired of
on Tuesday August 26, ship is presented to the holder By: Beulah M. Moody As Deputy Clerk LOSE WEIGHT safely ft fast being
11975 at 7:30: PM in the County by October XI, 1975 the As Deputy Clerk 7/314tchg 8/21 $30 Per Mo. with X-11 Diet Plan 3. sick and tired? Ph. 964-7959,
Commission room at the Brad I property will be delivered to the 7/31 4tchg 8/21 .--------- BRASINGTONCadillacoldsmobile REDUCE excess fluids with X- 964-7619 or 473-2108. 7/3}
I I.ford County Court House at I II Admirestrator. Thereafter, si ----- NOTICE ---- Walk To New Pel $3. KOCH DRUG STORE. 13tp 9/25. }
which time all persons Interested I further claims must be directedto NOTICE c"i INTENTION -- PUBUC HEARING Shopping Center Sales ft Service 7/3 15tchg 10/9 ------------
I Fine Selection Of Used
shall be heard for against the
or the Administrator. ------
II TO -----
REGISTER -
A public hearing will be held
at & Sewer
in the I Clly Gas, Water Cart Taken On/
specified
proposal, as
I Zoning Code of Bradford FICTITIOUS NAME the Oty Hall Starke Fla. Tues., Cadillac Trades TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a AUTOMOBILESUSED
I County. GERALDA. LEWIS Sept. 2, 1975 at 5:00: p.m. for On 301 South 2001 N.W. 13 378.5301GAINESVILLE week dozer work and
I I II As AdmInistratoran Pursuant to Section 865.09 the following purpose: Placing a dragline work. Call 468-1873,
i I A.R. Kiefer, Chairman I Ztchg 8/14 Florida Statutes, notice is mobile home at the following Jolu Motel M Star Rt. Hampton STEPHEN
-----------aBB>a BBaj hereby given that the undersigned locations: SMITH LANDFILL tfchg. .
I Bradford Co. Zoning Board. JAMES E. STARLING All will be heard 964-8810 _
at this
parties -
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO ---------- FOR SALE
I M : 1965 Plymouth, 4
AND
ELOISE
STARLING time.
doing
-------------i iIN REGISTER WA"TSON"SHOUSEOFVACUUMS door sedan air
business under the firm name ofBULLINGTON'S 10X20PATIO condition
FICTITIOUS NAME radio & heater. 964.5390. Itp;
THE CIRCUIT COURT, Pursuant to Section 86608 GIFT SHOP, 1. Lena Timmons COVERSFor 8/14
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby 104 W. Call Street Starke Lot 3, Block 16 N. Reno Sub. --------
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD-- given that the undersigned Bradford County, Florida Div. West of Oak St:, on South of Guardian of the person and Homes Many brands of new vacuums. -- --
FORD COUNTY. Ms. Ceo Redding, Rt. 3, Box 32091. Intends to register said side Chestnut St. property of David Kenneth Ray, Mobile Homes Used machines available. FOR SALE: 1971 Datsun 510 2'
fictitious name under the 2. Katie Lee Dell Roberts S180 Installed Repairs all makes. Sedan
27, Starke Florida 32091. doing provisions a minor has been filed by Lollie Expert door excellent condition -
CIVIL ACTION business under the firm name of of the aforesaid Statute. Beginning Thirty ((30)) ft. from K. King, and you are required to Uninstalled Parts and Accessories for all good rubber, new
Case No.75-183 "REDDING WASHETERIA". Dated this 21st day of Jury North East Comer of the N.W.Ot. serve a copy of your written vacuums. Built in central battery new radiator ft hose
447 Madison Street. Starke, A.D. 1975 at Stake Bradford of the S.W. Ot. of Sec. 21, defenses or response, if any, to GATOR ALUMINUM vacuum cleaning systems.712N. throughout. Call Claude
In re: The Matter of the Bradford County Florida Intends County Florida. Township 6 Range 22. Near 1411 it on Jack A. Langdon attorneyfor Mobile Home Service Co. Main Gainesville 3767110. Crowson, 964-6305 a.m. or
Adoption of TAMMY DENISE to register said fictitious N Grand St. petitioner, whose address is Phone 372.9767GAINESVILLE TF 473-4225 afternoons. Itp 814Olin's
PADGETT JAMES E.STARUNGELOISE 1tchg 8/14 '---------- -
name under the provisions of One Southeast First Avenue, - - -
STARLING ------------ tfchg
aforesaid statute. Post Office Drawer "C",
NOTICE OF SUIT. Oeo sole 7I244tchg 8/14 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Mrs. Redding Gainesville. Honda, 32602, on or
NO PROPERTYTo ----------- FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL
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owner. before 29 August 1975, and file Subdivisiona
Dated this 5th day of August, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- the original with the Clerk of this
: All Interested Parties A.D. 1975 at Starke. Florida. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. Court either before service on We Have
Used
8/7 4tp 828NOTICE CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Ramtiff's attorney or Imme- I I
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE NO. 75-204-CP
-------------- diately thereafter; otherwise, WASHERS & I I Iif
an action for adoption has said Petition may be granted. $QE
been filed against you and you OF INTENTIONTO CASE NO.75212IN In Re: Guardianship of DAVID WITNESS MY HAND AND Vs/ upSawy.r
are required to serve a copy of REGISTER KENNETH RAY.NOTICE SEAL of this Court on 22nd day CHANGES 1 1I
your written defenses if any to FICTITIOUS NAME RE: The Marriage of GLEN of July 1975. ai
it, on the plaintiff's attorney, HARLON WOOTEN, Husband OF ACTION lele
whose name and address is Pursuant to Section 865.09 and TERESA ELAINE GILBERTS. BROWNAs
GEORGE H. PIERCE Esquire Florida Statutes notice Is hereby WOOTEN. Wife.: ToEUGENE: RAY Clerk of the Court RppliamcvB Acre Lots For Rent 25" Per Mo. Water 11
Attorney at Law P.O. Drawer given that the undersigned Address Unknown :2 Sewage Furnished
Ula R. Yawn
By:
1030: Starke Florida 32091 1. and Dale E. Brown, P.O. Box 763, NOTICE OF SUIT 332 W. Madison
As Deputy Clerk Call Mark Olin 964-5606 Hwy 100 W.1f,
,
file the original with the clerk of Starke, Florida. 32091. doing YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 7/314t 8/21 964-7701
the above styled court on or business under the firm name of ToGIen: Harton Wooten a Petition for Appointment
before September!': IS! 1975! ? "MISTER B'S- SANDWICH__ ____ 29 Stickton Street
otherwise a :. ;,:.."t-.meV- INN", 1401 N. Temple Avenue Cher eston, W. Va. 25312 ,.. ." "'t /
entered against you for the relef Starke Bradford County; ., ':

demanded in the complaint or Florida, 32091, intends to register YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 41 ,+ John Crane/Consumer Service RspresentaUve/Ftorltfa Power*Ught
petition. said fictitious name under the an action for dissolution of ,
WITNESS my hand and the provisions of aforesaid statute. marriage has been filed against @' d,
seal of said Court on August 11, Dale E. Brown sole owner. you and you are required to :; \, .. '

1975. Dated this 25th day of Jury, A. serve a copy of your written .
D. 1975. defenses, if any to it on '
Gilbert S. Brown 7/31 4tchg 821NOTICE RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor x j' : B F'r .... .. .. .
As Clerk of said Court Petitioner whose address is ,
--------------
By: Beulah M. MoodyAs 114 N. Walnut Street, P.O. Box ,

Deputy Clerk OF INTENTION 995. Starke. Florida 32091 and
8/14 9/4
4tchg TO REGISTER fie the original with the Clerk of
-------------- FICTITIOUS NAME the above-styled Court on or
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF before August 25 1975, otherwise -
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Pursuant to Section 86609 a judgment may be entered
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Florida Statutes, notice Is here- against' you for the relief .
BRADFORD COUNTY. by given that the undersigned demanded in the Petition.
CASE NO.73-191 George True)), P.O. Box 812. WITNESS my hand and the
Starke, Florida and Billy seal. of said Court on: the 21st .,. .' i

FIRST NATIONAL STATE Burgen. Rt. 1, Box 171, Starke. day of July. 1975. ," ......." r'n)' -
BANK OF OCEAN CITY, formerly Fla. business .
doing under the t t..
Trust Company of Ocean firm name of "T ft B BARGAIN Gilbert S. Brown
County a New Jersey Banking HOUSE." 132 W. Can Street As Clerk of said Court

Corporation Plaintiff, Starke, Bradford County, By: Dorothy Moore
-Va. Florida 32091. intends to registersaid Deputy Clark
EDWARD W. SCHEYDER JR., fictitious name under the 7/244t 8/14
and ROSEMARY SCHEYDER provisions of aforesaid statute. --i -i -------i ---. 4.
husband and wife Defendants. George Trull and Billy Burgen, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ,, ?

sole owners. FLORIDA. EIGHTH JUDICIAL
NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S
Dated this 24th day of Jury, A. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD -

NOTICE IS HEREBY SALE GiVEN D. 1975 at Starke, Florida. COUNTY, FLORIDA.In -.;..
7/244tp 8/14
that I, Dolph Reddsh, Sheriff of Probate No. 75-118-CP ., "-w-w
Bradford County, Florida, under ------ x\ 4
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and by virtue of a Writ of Execu J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF In Re: The Estate of JOYCE
tion heretofore issued out of the -
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ANN FENDER Deceased. 6 1 G.i A q '
above-entitled Court, in the !R
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR !M + '
: above-styled cause, have levied
BRADFORD COUNTY. NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO
upon the following property,
situate, lying and being in Brad
CASE NO.75-221
ALL CREDITORS AND PER-
ford Florida
County to-wit:
One ((1)) Acre Square in North SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
IN RE: The Marriage of RALPHJ. DEMANDS AGAINST SAID
east comer of West half W( 1/2))
of Block 1 South of Range 2 BELLWOOD. Husband and ESTATE:
BONNIE P. BELLWOOD Wife.
Simon ,
West J. Temples Subdi
vision of lands at Temples Mills, You and each of you are
in Northwest one-quarter of NOTICE OF SUIT hereby notified and required topresent

Northeast one-quarter (INW 1/4 any claims and demands
of NE 1/4)) of Section 21, Town. BONNIE: P. BELLWOOD which you or either of you may .
c/o Louisiana Departmentof have the Estate of '' "." .. ..
ship 6 South, Flange 22 East, as against "' '''I'' > <
per map or plat thereof recorded Welfare JOYCE ANN FENDER <: -
in Deed Book C, Page 424 Baton Rouge Louisiana Deceased. late of said County << ti< < thereof of the Public Records of to the Dark of the Circuit Courtof 'if: <

Bradford County, Florida except YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Bradford County. Florida, at .
road nght.of.way of U.S. an action for Dissolution of his office in the Courthouse of rY "" .. l"'f
301, SUBJECT to the mortgageof marriage has been filed againstyou said County at Starke. Florida, : :+r < 3' '
Register Oil Company. AND and you are required to within six ((6)) calendar months y T .
ALSO: All personal property serve a copy of your written from the time of the first publication :k--;:.; 'etc F i4 ;,!J.
located therein or thereon the defenses, if any, to ft on of this notice. Each claim w ,
here nabove described real RICHARD E. WELTY. Attorneyfor or demand shaH be in writing
property A more particular Petitioner whose address is ,and shall state the place of residence .- % rf 3* r'1
schedule of which may be 114 N. Walnut Street P.O. Box and post office address of
obtained from the Clerk of the !995), Starke, Florida. 32091 end the claimant and shal be sworn Six inches of insulati on r in your attic
Circuit Court.as file the original with the Clerk of to by the claimant his agent, or
the above-styled Court on or his attorney and any such claim '

the property of the above- before September 1, 1975, or demand not.so Jed shall be Srr could thirdGood
named Defendants, and that on otherwise a judgment may be void. save you
the 8th day of September, 1975 entered against you for the relief
between the legal hours d sale demanded in the Petition. LOWE K. KING, v e riis a ..
namely, 11:00: o'clock m the WITNESS my hand and the As Administratrix of the
forenoon and 2.00 o'clock in the seal of said Court on the 29th EltateofJOYCE on air conditi o Sts.
afternoon, on said day, at Ed's day of July. 1975. ANN FENDER your .
Gulf Service, 2163 North Temple Deceased "
Avenue, Starke, Bradford Gtoert S. Brown 7/244tchg 8/14
County, Florida, I will offer for AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy -------------- .
sale and sell to the highest : Nat) M. Moody IN THE CIRCUIT COURT rR I ". .
bidder for cash in hand, the Deputy dark EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF

the above-described property of the property said Defen, as 7:314tchg B/21 FLORIDA COUNTY.IN AND FOR BRADFORD insulation will not only make you more comfortable by And if you have a window where the sun beats in, shade it.

dants to satisfy said execution. -, THE R'c iTRY- keeping the heat out, it'll also give you the added comfort of With window shades awnings, shutters or reflective film. '

Dolph Reddish IN EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 182 CIVIL ACTION Case No.75- knowing your cooling costs aren't going through the roof. It'll help a lot.. Example: One 8'x6'8"" panel of glass with direct

Sheriff of FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- Fact is, if your home is fully air conditioned you could save exposure to the sun requires nearly one ton of air conditioning for

Bradford County, Florida FORD COUNTY. In Re: The Matter of the one third or more on air conditioning costs simply by having a six cooling alone:That adds up to a lot !of= air conditioning. And a lot

... By: Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff CIVIL ACTION Adoption GREENE of TIMOTHY SHANE inch layer of insulation in the attic. of extra money.

8/14 4tchg 9/4 CASE No.75-60 Insulation's inexpensive.The blown-in type averages about What else can you do to save on cooling costs? Use light

----- """" """* In re: The Matter of the NOTICE OF SUIT- Either colors walls and roof reflect the Shade
h t NOTICE OFNAMEs" I5t a square foot installed.The batt type costs more. way, on your to sun.
Adoption: of JEROME BASS.
11 OF PEOPLE APPEARING NO PROPERTY the savings on your electric bill alone will probably pay for the your air conditioning unit with shrubbery. All these things add. up .

; TO BE OWNERS OF NOTICE OF SUIT- .To:Glenn I Kevin Van cost of your insulation in just two years. to dollars saved on your cooling! costs. And dollars you. save '

,i, Pursuant ABANDONED to Section PROPERTY 13 NO PROPERTY 2049 Cherry LaneChesapeake Another thing you can do to keep the heat out, the cool in, on electricity.. ,
of
'I, Chapter 717, Florida Statutes, To:ROZINA WILSON Virginia and the costs down is weather'strip your doors and windows. Why are we telling you all this? Because at Florida Power &

entitled "Florida Disposition of Address Unknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Especially jalousie windows. Light. we'd like to help you save,on your electric bill. \
Unclaimed Property Act" that an. action for adoption has .
notice is hereby given that the YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED been filed against you Glenn ;: ... ., '
persons listed below appear to that an action for Adoption has Kevin Vets,and you are required .;. ;, < : : .

be the owners of unclaimed personal 'been filed against you ROZINA to serve a copy of your written 1,." : r." ..J,. .. ..' .,.. .
I or intangible property pre- WILSON and you are required toawe defenses. If any to it, on the '(, ., .'" ., I '

c. 'j, sumed abandoned. a copy of your written pWntrff's attorney whose name _, '."-''''''J''' ,{P., ,lJV't.. ... ,., ."...... ,. ; It t:J't."/': ., .
I Account Number: E-1413- defenses/ if any to it, on the and address is GEORGE H. : ,' .'" <" ,'" FLORIDA POWER *LIGHT:; COMPANY 'Y'. ,1 '''' ," '" ',. ,
r 0001 Apparent Owner: Trinks, pWnutrs attorney, ". PIERCE Esquire Attorney at .., ?.J.. 'I: .'." ,
Wm.'F. and address* is GEORGE H. Law P.O. Drawer 1030, Starke. People...serving pc opIe. .' ,..' t,. ". .. I"
Information concerning the PIERCE Esquire. Attorney at Floods. 32091, and file the orignal -
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amount of description of the Law, P.O. Drawer 1030. Stark, with the clerk of the above
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I PERSONAL SERVICE [ FOR SAlE ] [ FOR RENT ] r LOST AND FOUND] o 2 Excellent BR Frame condition house outside 2.3 acres city. Well D..lllingl


One$38,000 Acre-Lot.3 BR, 2 Bath, CH&A,
'- 1,656 sq. ft. living 2" thru 6"
SEWING MACHINES repaired; FOR SALE area. 1 1V4 miles out of City Limits
: all\ makes cleaned oiled and furnace,: G.E.60,000 Central BTU.heating Call FOR RENT: 2 and bedroom 1 bedroom furnished STRAYED CATTLE have been 'mi :: truriUtfJS1' of Starke. Fast Rotary

adjusted $7. Work guar- Ralph Martin 964-5842. Itp furnished apt. 964-8071. 1tp here 60 days. Owner can have Real Facts For Sale: 2 Story house close to
!II. anteed. James Strickland 964- 8/14 apt. same by paying expenses and town. Upstairs furnished apt. Drilling Equipment
8733. tfchg. 8/14 identifying. Ph. 485.1848 on Real REALTY,
t ------------ downstairs 3 BR. State Licensed
------------
Oj---3.- PORCH SALE between 7 & 8 .
;;I : 8/16/75, 1 p.m a.m. Itp 8/14
to 5 p.m., Griffis ----------..- Estate 30 acres with good timber,
Loop. Odds FOR RENT:Two bedroom traileron c---J
paved road front. 4 miles N. of
10 x 20 PATIO COVERS: & Ends, handmade items, Bessent Road. Ph. 964- | Pumps |
e terms.Commercial
Starke
Homes and mobile homes. plants, etc. 1tp 8/14 7492. ,1tp 8/14 LOST: Saddle back walker on By
$180 installed, $140 unin- ------------ Road 230, no collar, brown & New & Used
------------ block
stalled. GATOR MOBILE FOR SALE: Authentic fireplace white. Call Red Conner, 964- Cecelia TerwillegarA building, construction -
2,400 ft.' 1 acre
sq.
HOME SERVICE CO. Ph.372- stereo with bar. Makes a FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile 6678. Itp 8/14 land, 3 miles from Starke. SalesPartsServiceEZ

9767, Gainesville. tfchg. beautiful piece of furniture homes outside city limits. J.B. ------------ title search Is vital to a real estate transaction. The ,t

-- needs minor repairs. $150. White. Ph. 964-6114. tfchg. search can Include: 19 acres, Lawtey, good timber TermsPlumbing

SEWING MACHINES repaired Call 964-7146. Itp 8/14 ------------ STRAYED: Thursday, July 30, 1)) Chain of Title-a list of owners of the property Terms '
all makes cleaned, oiled andadjusted ----- ------- small, light colored, male I and the continuing description of the property. I I

$7. Work guaranteed PORCH SALE: Dishes, bed- FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom pony between Brownlee Road 2)) Mortgage Index- a list of mortgages on the 176 acres Brooker area. Some
spreads, pitcher collection, and Bayless Hwy. John '
James Strickland mobile property. .. planted pines.
964- homes
8733. tfchg. odds & ends. Sat. Aug. 16, 964-8245 or 964-5690.trailer space Campbell, 964-8427. 1tp 8/7 3) LIs P.ndensa notice of any legal action pendingon New Installation
--_--------- 524 N. Walnut Street. Itp 8/14 1tp ------------ the property. 1 to 10 acres open land. 4 Mies

8/14 -- 4)) Judgments listing of judgments concerningthe from Starke. Home sites only. Remodeling
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MOBILE HOME ------------

mobile home MOVING hurricane: Also an- 5))property.Land Taxes Assessments, and Minor Liens-out.. 1 to 2 acres mobile home sites, Repairs

choring and mobile home roof FOR& SALE: Electric stove, TV, FOR RENT: Olin's Subdivision t HELP WANTED ::::1:1REAL standing debts on the property. N.W. of Starke Terms.

coating. Olin's MOBILE 8/14 dinette. Call 9647031. 1tp 1/2 acre Iota, $25.00 per 6)) Possible Dower Rights-if there are any spouses. George Roberts Jr. I Durrance!
with claims to the property.
Home Service. 964-5606, Rt. ..,. month. Water & Sewage
----- REQ. REAL ESTATE BROKER
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'; 100W. Starke, Fla. tfchg. furnished. For information call 7)) Recorded Leas and Tenancies-leases and ten-
r.r---------, FOR SALE: Refrigerator $45 Mark Olin, Olin's Mobile ESTATE OPPORTUNITY:. andes are noted for their effect on the property. tf 964-7826 &
baby bed $35, also back pack Homes Sales Hwy. 100 W., We seek a licensed, energetic For explanation of title searches or any aspect of Pump Supply
'ELECTRICIAN, EXPERIENCED and walker oil furnace $20. Starke. 964-5606. tfchg. and bondable person to repre-' real estate,see today.W*can help you

""> licensed, bonded, reasonablerates Call 964-5037. Up 8/14 ----.,...,--_---- sent our company in the Company
9646061. STARKE & KEYSTONE Preferred Properties
save money. ------------ BYRON E. DUCE,
tfchg. r- ""''III HGTS. area Turn your real 864 N. Temple Ave.
Rei1 Estate Broker
Reg.
OPEN: Shop & save at T&B estate license into the to
------------ key Attractive brick Nearly new 3 BR 2 Bath Central Heat
Bargain House, clothing & HOUSES FOR SALE excellent earnings in this a Air with an acre of land and rather secluded. .393 N.Temple Ave. Starke

"WATKINS DEALERS HAVE;; appliance sewing machine exciting field. Training, forms ----- 964-7700
..... .j
....,
flexible hours, excellent earnMJngs repair home & industrial signs and all advertising fur- Pretty large lot on Hampton Lake 90 feet on the Acreage. for sale: 5 acres, 964-7061 .1
pleasant selling. Write machine & TV repair. Open nished. INTERESTED? Write:' water by 492 feet deep. ,30 acres,
Mail Sales Division, Dept. 10, under our Heavenly Father, FOR SALE:: Peachtree 12 x 65, 2 W.J. Smith, Manager ----- 460 acres.

-Watkins Products Inc. Love Pray for us. Itp 8/14 bedroom, 2 bath, contemporary STROUT REALTY, INC.,. Ranchtttes on Road 100 one acre or fifty. Build your House 10 acres
------------ total electric carpeted, JIMMY MOORE'SSun
Winona Mn. 55987. 8/7 P.O. Box 894-A Casselberry, own dream horn.
2tchg 821CHILDCARE FOR SALE: Lake lots large & house type windows, doors, Ra. 32707. Itchg 8/14 ----- i House on a good fishing lake. '

...---- -- -- wooded, 2 miles from Starke. & furniture, wet bar $1,500 ------------ Delightful, Immaculate 3 BR 2B horn In Saratoga One of the best farms in the SportsMORE
Good terms. By owner. 964- and assume mortgage. 468- Heights tastefully decorated Central Heat & air BOAT FOR
with 3300
ft. brick
: My home hot county sq.
5639. 8/14 1406. Itp 8/14/ YOUR MONEY TF
lunches, snacks fenced play 4tchg 9/4 well landscaped lot. home. Ask for details!
-- ---------
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yard shady. Hour, day, or STARKE PH 964-5791
LISTINGS, FINANCING,
week. All ages. 964-5610. Itp FOR SALE: Tastee Freez. Call FOR SALE: 4 bedroom' brick t REAL ESTATEYOU J Remote yet close in 40 of the cleanest acres you'll RENTALS NEEDEDCall

8/14 James Toner Lake City, Fla. home 323 N. Walnut Street.Ph. ever..e. beautiful hay some timber fenced & cross Anytime COMPLETE OUTBOARD aSTERN
fenced home with CH&A large living country
5333633. Itp 8/14 room
---- -- -- -- 752-0977.. 8/7 2tp 8/14/ DRIVE SERVICE
kitchen complete with a good variety of friendly VERNIE ODOM
------------
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HOME REMODELING AND farm animals barn 2 car garage. 9645476Furnished AND REPAIR
REPAIR: Master electrician FOR SALE: $6.98 LP records FOR SALE: Spartan Mobje ----- COMPLETE FIBERGLASS

plumber and carpenter. Reasonable $4.98, $5.98 LP for $3.98 at home 32 x 8, all aluminum. BE THE JUDGE! Kingsley Lake Rambling home with large living t REPAIR

rates. 964-8087. 8/14 Dahmer's Discount. 2/27 Needs work $700. 4734777. dining room, sunny Florida room.4 BR, 28. CUSTOM BUILT FIBER
4tchg 9/4 26tchg 8/25 Itchg 8/14 Lots are selling fast at Lake ----- GLASS FISHING BOATS

------------ .. -r--------"' ------------ Hampton Oaks. Our model Large, weii built horn on over an acre of land. 3 BR

WILL BABY SIT in FOR SALE: 4 bedroom brick homes are under construction. 2B. CH&A. Owner will finance.
my home, all HOWS OF HOBBYS: Full line of Hurry out, look us'over and buy c ar2 CJe+rsen_
ages. 9647469. Up 8/14 home 323 N. Walnut Street.Ph. -----
---....------- arts and crafts. Also guar 533.2633. 7/31 2tchg 8/7 your Of-The-Country today, Brick 3 BR 1 B, LR kitchen with dining area and over 1 EAL ESTATE I Long Champ
anteed stereo repair. 118 - --- acre of land.

BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete Court. Ph. 964-7329. tfchg. .FOR SALE.3' Lots starting at $3,600, a few ,, .. ----- _.Ail ./*/'.. U> aw. ,. .. ....",T.i.,t llf'h rM.1d f 1 'Home and
sharpening service, circular, :a---; -'--=__;.::-__ : bedroom, 2 bath- lake tots.stfll aVaila&lir: Ocala block 1800 sq. ft. horn with 3 BR, 2 B, kitchen, net. ( 'II ,

hand, carbide, chain mower\ double wide mobile home. family room, LR, DR, hug game room (near completion 2 BR home r 'new [Building Materials ]
blade hollow and bal FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose hand Central' air & heat, on rentedlot L.K. Edwards. III&
ground Asso. ), large utility bldg., nicely landscaped] lot.
roof newt paint chain link
.
anced. Leave at Jackson HUH' $55.22 hand guns $24 95, on Kingsley Lake. 533-2318 Broker473.4867or47&26 WE BUILD
-----
fenced lot aluminum
2b! automatic from or 533.2308ltp 8/14 comer
Building Supply, Starke or $49,95. Dahmers guns Discount. -----_------ Little Lake Santa F* > beautiful, remote, undeveloped bldg., awnings & carport, ;;YOUR PLANS OR OURS
Keystone Heights. tfchg. tbt. Owner will finance. $15,000. 8600.'
-- - --- tfchg, FOR SALE: 12x50, 2 bedroom ----- - .... YOUR LOT OR OURS'
-- -- -- ---
CHECK THE RED CARPET mobile home with A/C. Good UNITED FARM AGENCY Road 230 3.34 acres with 489'road frontage. Room for 3 BR 1 bath frame home with FREE ESTIMATES
SECTION this paper for FOR SALE: Po i?yourself 12 by condition with extras $2,500. I 6 houses sa.OOO. cent. heat/air chain link fenced
REGISTERED REAL
12 inch Ph. 964-5534. Itp 8/14 REMODELING REPAIRS
HOLIDAY INN GULF Special. tile, with stick on back ESTATE BROKER I ----- corner lot $19,400.
7/109tp 914WEDDING now at Dahmer's Discount. ------------ 70'of whit sand beach & crystal clear water at Silver - ADDITIONS
206
Soutn Water Street
2/27 26tchg 8/25 FOR SALE BY OWNER Concrete Lake Estates Interlachen furnished attractive cot. 2-story-5 BR 2 Bath frame home I

------------ : HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
--------- block home, 2 bedroom PAUL& IRENE FAULKNER tag S22.5SO. on 1 acre, $20,000. TRADED
PICTURES PLUS: 964-5065 - -
2 baths living room w/fire-
They can be reasonable. Let FOR SALE : Case pocket knives place formal dining room Beautiful, high and dry 20 acre Ctctlla T. TerwillegarReg. 12 acres fenced, well\ & septic i ACREAGE FOR SALE

me show you our albums. Ph. now at Oahmers Discount.. eat-in kitchen, family room, tract with' approx. 12 acres in Real Estate Broker tank E. of Lawtey, $15,000. 964-6853
9645313. tfchg. tfchg. Ideal ::106 Whit M.dloon - -
trees.
location
w/wet bar, central heat & air; pecan to
,----....------- - 2 car carport, utility room, build. Office 944-777 60 Acre farm 3 BR home fishpond HWY 301 S STARKE TF

PAINTING: Part time, small to AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: fenced yard, plus 3rm. apt. - home 964-5143 .planted pasture. Will Q:

rredum size jobs. Free estimates Sales service, installation, with heat & air.. Shown by 3 Bedroom 1 ft bath, completely Stark, Florida divide terms.
$4 hr. materials. appointment only. Phone 473- furnished home with' central - -
per plus stereos, phono, reel-reel, .
""
1.2 Mobile home site -
acre
4731 4733444. No Collect heat and air, also and
or carpet
Contract references. Call tapes, cassettes radios. Work $ SAVE $
Alan Baxter 9645236. 7/31 Calls tfchg. swimming pool. A.J.Thomas-R.alnJr f TuiTiili.r: 1 $2,500.
118 Court 964- l<
guaranteed. .... 621 N. Walnut St.T.I.964.6162 - -
- --- -- --
3tchg 8/14 7329. tfchg. ll LISTINGS | 3 BR 1 ft Bath Double wide MH FRED DAVIS
FOR SALE: New 3 BR brick l I on 1 acre > Lake Access -
------ ----- 7 Room House nice section of |
home with garage on 1 acre 10 ACRES City, Hardwood floors, some $13,650. GMC TRUCKS
t MotorcycleS Jf FOR SALE: Good used color fenced in, 1 V4 ceramic bath, items of furniture, lota of I Handyman Special $3,500 I, BUICK PONTIAC"A

and black &white TV stoves, large kitchen, dinette, living 10 Minutes From storage, carport, paved drive- 2 BR, 4 acres r $6.500 ( LAWrEr Fla LITTLE RIDE CAN
refrigerators, furniture & 'air room, utility shed & many way, comer with paved streets, I 7823806. 'SAVE YOU A LOT"TFGREEN

conditions. BARGAIN CENTER extras. 3 miles east of Lake Keystone Heights shade trees and shrubbery. I Handyman Special $7,000 1 1I j-.r xrurw WI" 6 earn COVE SPRINGS**

f SUZUKI OF STARKE: Your U.S. 301 tfchg. Butler $25,000 or completely Priced at 17500.00, terms maybe
South furnished for Call 51,750 Per Acre '
$26,000.
1i7" authorized Suzuki Dealer ------- -- arranged. Starke-4 BR, 2 lots $10,500
496-3209 evenings. Itp 8/7
'I'Starke2
Phone 964-6020. 304 East Call I
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FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts -------- --- $159" Per Mo. 8.71 acres West side State Road .
Street. BR frame $8,890Starke2gQMie
rfchg. and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE No. 100 just outside City Limits. Fish Swim Ski
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----------- HOMES SALES, Hwy. 100 No Low Land Price $15,500.00.Offices I 1 1I

W.-_Starke----964-5606---..-tfchg.- t WANTED WEST CENTRAL and/or business storage | | $12,500

SALE :j jFOR REALTY. INC. or rent.. Lakefront 2 BR $22,000 Lake Hampton
r FOR .FOR SALE:Diamond needles for Registered Broker I I 1

any stereo, over 247 differentones 13782308. Anytime 54 Lots in City with/ utilities avail Theresa-3 BR, 2 lots $22,000 I
we have them all. 'Dahreefs Evenings Call:
SMALL EASTERN ORTHODOX able. Suitable for I
development. Lawtey-3 BR brick $34,000
Discount. Art Pa ray I III
tfchg.
SALE Soft drink case
: RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY; .
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cooler, $50, 5 15-inch truck dispersed by a fire, urgently !!

tires, 8 ply for GMC truck $17 FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum jS3,9B. seeks 10-50 quiet wooded I Keystone-3 BR brick $46,000 I OaksA
1 1r
each. Mobile home gas fur 9x12 Linoleum $8.98.! Aba acres or abandoned farm at '

nace, like new $50. Lafayette 12x12 and 12x15. in stocK. modest price, for rebuilding 4 ,Hampton-1 54 acres $9.200Graham30 RESTRICTED
CB radio, 23 channel Cam- Hundreds to chpose tram at' prayer and study center. 0 I'I'I RESIDENTIAL

state 25 A, .base or mobile Dahmers Discount tfchg. Abbot Augustine Whtfield I rot
$125. 4 .4-d' acre farm $75,000 SUBDIVISION
unit 8 ft. whip -------- '3712 Hedrick, Jacksonville, :
channel CB base or mobile Fla. 32205. No phone calls > ,, e,
with big stick $90. 473-4777 please 8/72tp 8/14 I I Lawtey-2.75 acres $9,500 I IIlaNt.ey4.4 Just relax

after 6. Itchg 8/14 '...----------- 4,94v
HOUSES FOR RENTFOR acres $9,500
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WANTED.'.Used and.enjoy
sofas bedroom I I .
FOR SALE: Poultry bane any sets, washers stoves and $ .200
amount 10 ft. or 400 ft. Sheet .
refrigerators Dahmers Dis
life
metal roof. Cal nights 964- RENT: 2 bedroom partially count. 7/24 8tchg 9/22 < your new
7372. Itp 8/14 No children 1"q II I 11.6Ntav-8 acres $10,000 I
------- furnished house. ------------ at
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---- $125 mo. 534 W. MadisonSt.
per NATIONWIDE Photography '
GARAGE SALE: Mon. thru Fri. Ph. 964-8404 or 9647521. ,company would like to hire Theresa-10 acres $12,500 I I Lake Hampton

Many Hems, men's ladies & Itp 8/7 ''two sale minded ladles to !I
Lawtey-10 acre $11,000,
shoes, good buys.McKOWn' ----------
chldren -- ,work In and around Stark SpudBIartc. Oaks.
2 1/2 mi. N. of FOR RENT:' Summer rental Must have transportation t> Fwtivflle-11 acres $10,000 I II
Lawteyon 301. 1 to 8/14 cottages on Kingsley Lake, air phone. write P.O. Box 17T74'Jacksonville I

--------.... conditioned. .Ph.' 533-2366 \ ,R_.. 32216, Itb r $ Q .,,00 US-301 north,21 acre*..$36,000
SALE 15 ft. Trl-hull fiber.gIaM after 6 tfchg. 81.14"" .Per,Wheel
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fishing boat ------------ Helbron-60 acres t57,000 .

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1975-76 * * * *' 1
I County BudgetTHE


RECREATION ''Ui (](] 1JLtLLcEUvE ( I
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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BRADFORD '
COUNTY BOARD WILL OF MEET ON AUGUST25th AT 9:30: A.M. FOR THE Contributions . . . . . ... . . 16,000.00 BUILDING RESERVE

PURPOSE OF HEARING AND REQUESTS AND COMPLAINTS ESTIMATE OF REVENUES & RECEIPTS I
THE 1975.76 BUDGET, AND FROM DAY TO DAY LIBRARY: BRADFORD COUNTYFor ( ; 0( (b0(
THEREAFTER REGARDING IF IT IS DEEMED NECESSARY. Contribution . . . . . . . . . 22,100.00 the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1976


GILBERT BROWN HISTORICAL & CENTENNIAL: Racing Monies .'. . .. . . 223,250 C
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Contribution . . . . . . . ... 10000.00 >1 '75 Pinto '75 Wagon "1II
'. TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS & BALANCES ... with a.
.1\ 223250.00 Tne Nlceae Ion .v.. '.on. Lesa CMV v.
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AGRICULTURE & HOME ECONOMIST (Breakdown) 21979.00 a 1.000 mil...Lotdod with.11 .., n. Ch..... p
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options. 'Including whl" intorIor Only or. 01
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FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA: II .nd only Ih. II

GENERAL FUND Contribution . . . . . . . . 300.00 BUILDING RESERVEESTIMATED I $3688 $3688 ai -
ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS
EXPENSES BRADFORD COUNTYFor
BRADFORD COUNTYFor SOIL CONSERVATION: the Fiscal Year Ending September 30,1976' : n

the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1976 Contribution . . . . . . . . . 620.00 '
Community Services Aged .1 . . . . . 2,639.00 Transfer to Sinking Reserve Fund . . . .9 52201.76 a. 74 Ford.Ranger Rttl. .clory 74 Audi II
Ps .
TAXES 3.093 Mills on assessed valuation Transfer General Fund . . ... VI T IOU. AT L.100. 2.0. 4.'pd. Air "'
; . ,. 36,845.14Transferto v... A nice on. At 'IID
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of.$123.454 . . . . . . . 9 381,843.22 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS . . . . . 884669.21 Road & Bridge Fund . . . .o'. 134203.10 r.Ir.
State Grant to Library . . . . . . . 6,552.00 RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES: $3666 $4466 iI

City Grant to Library . . . . . . 6.040.00 COUNTY (Not to Exceedl) . . . . 10000.00 APPROPRIATIONS . . . . . 223,250 .Y
Federal Reimbursement to Civil Defense . . . 11.166.00Federal CLERK (110% of Total Budget) . . . 600.00 TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amount Available for Budgeting :I

Revenue Sharing . . . . . . 190,232.00 Other Property Appraisor . . . . . . 1600.00 Form CF-415)) . ; . . . . . . 223,250 ... '74 Ford Ten 74 Red Vega. AT .clo.y
. . . 400.00 Hatchback C
Insurance Agents License . . . TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amount Available for Budgeting, Aan .
IOV"6-Cyl. AT LI. Interior ElitraGran.
LWe Deluea
Motor Boat Registration . . . . . . . x.00{ Form CF-315)) . . . . . . . 896769.21 III: NOW Rubber. Re.I Nlc. Nice"Ir.. For Thll ".Ic.. .
Mobile Home License . . . . . . . 9,405.96 $2888
Alcoholic Beverage License . . . . . . 2968.12 CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND II $2888 *
Mosquito Control State I . . . . . . 15.000.00 ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS '
Mosquito Control State II . . . . . . 2760.00 ROAD & BRIDGEESTIMATE BRADFORD C 74 Cutlass Supreme apA
COUNTYFor ..
Contractors Registration . . . . . . . 100.00 OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS the Fiscal Year 1976 Truly e.ulI'ul Inft.lo.C. Maroon Lotdttl 74 EI Camino. .. ':I
State Revenue Sharing . . ? . . . 65,164.00 BRADFORD COUNTYFor Ending September 30. a-wAll TA Woy! With" Mahal'O I.t.a Nlc.with andbLO td d with All II
Tax Refund Homestead Exemption . . . 16.284.24 the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1976 Interest Certificate of Deposit 315741.37% .22.101.90 a Wh..... A c. You Would S. m. ooodiH. tt
Occupational License . . . . . . . 8,615.16 Proud To Own. Thal WMk You -0
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . .22,101.90 Par $3466
Only 0N
. . . . . . . . .. 725.95 TAXES .575 Mills on Assessed Valuation +c Can 4250
Tax Redemption LESS 5% . . .0. . . . . 1105.09
Clerk Circuit Court Receipts . . . . . 30.526.08 of 123,454 . . . . . . . . $ 70986.05 95% OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . 20996.81 MV's.
City Grant Mosquito Control . . . . . 6.000.00 Emergency Employment Grant . . . . : .10,300,00Gas Balances be brought Forward: CASH .?. . . 76490.19 '74 Pont. Venturi 74 Pinto
City Reimbursement Civil Defense . . . . 2.500.00 & Motor Fuel Tax . . . . . . 42239.76 151 LIQUID INVESTMENTS (COST) AT PS PS. sunburst.. lid .T Factory Air., Dbl. a

Rent , . . . . . . . 1680.00 Pour Over Trust . . . . . . . . 164380.32 Certificate of Deposit .0. . . . . . 315,741.37 U Y.llow. A 53188 C. Sh.rp and j2668 Only I:
Zoning Reinbursement from City for Temple Avenue . . 3.600.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS & BALANCES . 413228.37 i
Unincorporated . . . . . . . . 7.000.00 Surplus Gas Tax . . . . . . . . 14286.88
Incorporated . . . . . . . . 7132.60 '74 Ranger i
Motor Vehicle Inspection TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . 305,692 CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND C Super Cab DumZ Chev2 Ton "'I.l.
Unincorporated . . . . . . . 18000.00 LESS 6% o. . . . . . . ; . . 15.:284.60: ESTIMATED EXPENSES BRADFORD COUNTYFor 1'2SI.V.. PS. AT, PS. Factory with, PTO. A real worM .
Incorporated . . . . . . . . 9,00000 95% OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . 290407.41 the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1976 .. A sups Trkk and a R..I Irk. sws. MI
Miscellaneous RevenueUnincorporated Balances to Be Brought Forward: CASH . . . 74,072.82 ..1', at $4866 Z
. . . . . . . . 750.00 1980 Transfers from Building Reserve . . . 134,203.10 Future Construction Chapter 129.04 ((04)) . . 413228.37 I S4888
Incorporated .'. . . . . . . . 750.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS & BALANCES . 498,683 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS . .. . ; . . 413,22837 0 :.III

TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . 787104.33 (Millage Levied Last Year 1.044. Estimated This Year .575)) TOTAL CF-415))BUDGET. . .(.Should. . .Amount.I., ..Available. . .for. .Budgeting. . 413,228 Form AT ".'1M tory 3 Vega GT H.tehb.ck. '73 Pinto.Wagon,., ..
LESS% . . . . > . . . . 39365.22 ..lIoy Whl.. St.. G. .. A Brown With U.A Goo Than Stv. .WBuy
95% OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . 747749.11 44 Sport "0. Only "T.Now P 0. AC a
TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH 112,17496
BALANCES
TRANSFERS . . . . . . . 36.846.14 Road & Bride LAW LIBRARY FUND j $2488 $2488
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES 896,769.21 ESTIMATED EXPENSES COUNTYFor ESTIMATE OF REVENUES & RECEIPTS

the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1976 BRADFORD COUNTY' ZD '73 Dodge Dart2Dr.
(Millage Levied Last Year 3.101. Estimated This Year 3.093)) For the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1976 73 .Toyota with "C. Sport Cp. Rttl. Lotdttl with tll
Salaries . . . . . . . . . $ 160,735 Corona NIC. 4- pel. ...c. AC AT PS V-I. Con
FUND Other Personal Service . . . . . . 3,000.00 Filing Fees Ordinance #73-2 County . . . 1050.00 -,.. bIln V.rtlbb OP027 A Stool.I.c .
GENERAL Matching Funds . . . . . . . . 23,869.15 $2688 ; =
ESTIMATED EXPENSES GENERAL FUND Gas Oil. Lubricants . . . . . . . 20000.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . 1050.00 -K c frt
BRADFORD COUNTYFor Materials for Upkeep of Roads & Bridges . . 22000.00 LESS 5% . . . . . . . . . . 52.50 ,
the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1976 Miscellaneous Supplies & Expenses . . . . 1.200.00 3 '72 Mazda RU '72 Mazda 808 *

Small Tools . . . . . . . . . 1,600.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS & BALANCES . . 997.50 a CM. 4.spd. With factory "I. 4.Spd. RSN LoC.lly Ownttl. A ..
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: Road Tax Due Municipalities . . . . . 10175.96 Nice Whla. A Sisal R..1 G. Cup Now .
Salaries County Commissioners . . . . 34135.00 Insurance . . . . . . . . . 16.600.00 $1688 SiVil iJII
Other Personal Services . . . . . . 2686.00 Maintenance County Barn . . . . . . 1000.00
Matching Funds . . . . .. . . 11909.05 Maintenance of Equipment . . . . . .30,000.00 LAW LIBRARY FUND 0.
Unemployment & Health Insurance . . . . 10644.00 Maintenance of Secondary Roads (Contract) . 123000.00 ESTIMATED EXPENSES BRADFORD COUNTYFor 7 IIC.lckel.
Supplies & Expenses . . . . . . . 6268.68 New Equipment R/W & Paving . . . ? 74000.00 the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1976 '72 Plwm. '72 Plym. MM
Contributions Suwannee Valley A. . . . . 500.00 EMERGENCY EMPLOYMENT "T .C, RaH. LL SIuS. Twl."'. Oronee With Whll.

Auto Allowance & Travel . . . . . . 2669.52 Salaries . . . . . . . . . . 10300.00 Maintaining Law Library .. . I. . . . . . 997.50 4-Dr. Nlc. Lon Than ,.,000 I.rlpo.. Small.. v... 3.Spd. A Rat a
Insurance & Bonds . . . . . . .'. ; 10000.00 Y Mills $1488"H C. _

Subscriptions . . . . . . . . 2000.00 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS . . . . . 497380.11 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS . . . . . . .997.50 $1788.
Advertising . . . . . . . . .." 1000.00; RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES: .1 . . . 1303.22 a-
Attorney Fees & Discharges . . . . . 5,000.00 TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amount Available for Budgeting TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amount Available for Budgeting E '71 Cadillac '

Communication Costs. . . . . . . . 3.856.84 Form CF-415)) . . . . . . . . 498,683 Form CF-415)) . . . . . . . . . 997.50 '71 Datsun Wagon Sedan Deville
Maintenance of Equipment . . . . . . 6000.00 .Ii SID. 4.Spd. Rest, G. S.V. A Loedttl. With Lot. 01 ...roe. A ::D
Contractural Services Land Use Housing & HEALTH FUND .. 'UY" Real. Sup Ao
Urban Dev. . : . . . . . . . 7523.00 ESTIMATE REVENUES AND RECEIPTS $1488
New Equipment . . . . . . . . 4728.34 FINE & FORFEITUREESTIMATE BRADFORD COUNTYFor $2488..
Land . . . . . . . . . 3,000.00 OF REVENUES & RECEIPTS the Fiscal Year Ending September 30; 1976 Z g, i _

CLERK the Fiscal BRADFORD Year Ending COUNTYFor September 30, 1976 TAXES .321 Mills on assessed valuation +c MACH70'M N.t! A.. NIC.. Cn.vY :4-O70! GrliceAC t! ..

Salary, Clerk . . . . . . . . . 21,13000 of$123,454 . .. .. ,9 N Wid Tlr. 'uy Today ps AT .uy Now A S.ve. I.oC I.
Salary, Clerk's Assistants . . . . . . 69,807.92 TAXES .849 Mills assessed valuation 39628.73 $1188 $1288.. .....

Expenses Other than Salaries Clerk . . . 27462.08 $123,454 i . . . . . . .9 104,812.44 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . .
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Equipment LESS% . . .
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FINES & BONDS: 11;

COUNTY ATTORNEY: Incorporated . . . . . . . . 14,757.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS &
. . . . . . . 2.425.00TAX BALANCES . 37647.29 Due to the Great Response to last week's i'II
Retainer Fee . Unincorporated . . . . . . . 76200.00 a
Civil Fees . . . . . . . . . . 7483.44 (Millage Levied Last Year Estimated This Year .321)) : Ad, We have really stocked up on small cars o
ASSESSOR: Miscellaneous Receipts . . . . . . . 500.00
Salary, Tax Assessor . . . . . . . .21,130.00Salary Violent Deaths . . . . . . . . 1.404.00 E and trucks. Sol for a really good deal come yC'p
Assistants . . . . . . . 52,71000 by this week and let's trade while the itI.
Expense Other than Salaries . . . . . 12,400.00TAX TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . 205,156 selection is Thank all who D
LESS 5% . . . . . . . . . 10,251.84 HEALTH FUND good. you
COLLECTOR: 95% Of Estimated Receipts . . . . . 194899.04 ESTIMATED EXPENSES, BRADFORD COUNTYFor bought last week and remember "Please ;
Fees & Commissions . . ... . . . . 65.000.00 Balances to be brought forward: CASH . . . 47,576.46Total the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1976 t Tell A Friend.." .

Estimated Receipts & Balances . . . 242,475.50 i
FIRE DEPARTMENTS: Sent to State Board of Health Under

Contributions to Various Department . . . 28.760.70 (Millage Levied Last Year .8568. Estimated This Year .849)) Chapter 154.02 Fla. Statutes . . . . 37647.29
m TWO LOCATIONS aKEYSTONE473.4470-
SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS: TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS . . . . . 37647.29
Salary Supervisor . . . . . . . 12.818.00
Salary Assistant to Supervisor .. . . . . 4800.00 TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amount Available for Budgeting !
Auto Allowance&Travel . . . . . . . 15000 FINE & FORFEITUREESTIMATED FormCF-415) . . ., . . . . . 37,647.29This

EXPENSES. BRADFORD COUNTYFor MELROSE !
475-1165
ELECTIONS: the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1976 Is a true and correct copy of the Budget as adopted by the
Election Supplies & Expenses . . . . . 13,00000 Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County on July 28.
CIRCUIT COURT: 1975. .I Hwy 26 & 21 S.

COURTHOUSE AND ANNEXES: Witness & Jury Fees . . . . . . . $ 8.112.44 .
Salary, Custodians . . . . . . . 13,75660 Other Court Costs . . . . . . . 10000.00 J- u Na Pr..ur. 5.Ning tII
Materials for Upkeep of Courthouse & Grounds . 4000.00 STATE ATTORNEY: is c .. .

Utilities & Fuel '.' . . . .. . .,. . . 10,10850 Supplement . . . . . . . . . 4312.38 rk Circuit Court.
PUBLIC DEFENDER:

OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDINGS: Supplement . . . . . . . . . 2215.68
Materials for Upkeep of Buildings & Grounds . . 736.80 COUNTY JAIL:

Maintenance . . . . . . . . 665.00
PUBLICITY: MEDICAL EXAMINER: Chuirmnn.

Chamber of Commerce . . . . . . 8.500.00 Inquest Physicians Fees . . . . . . 1.023.00
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING PROVIDES FEDERAL FUNDS DIRECTLY TO LOCAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS YOUR GOVERNMENT MUST PUBLISH
SHERIFF: THIS REPORT ADVISING YOU HOW THESE FUNDS HAVE BEEN USE:: OR OBLIGATED DURING THE YEAR F30V:: JULY 1 1974 THRU JUNE 30. 1975
VETERAN SERVICE OFFICER: Sheriff. Salary . . . . . . . . 20258.00 TllS IS TO INFORM YOU OF YOUR GOVERNMENT'S PRIORITIES AND TO ENCOURAGE YOUR PARTICIPATION IN DECISIONS ON HOW FUTURE FUNDS
Salary Veteran Service Officer . . . . . 3600.00 Salary Assistants . . . . .. . . .99.182.00 SHOULD BE SPENT NOTE' ANY COMPLAINTS OF DISCRIMINATION IN THE USE OF THESE FUNDS MAY BE SENT TO THE OFFICE OF REVENUE
Supplies & Expenses . . . . . . . 400.00 Expenses other than Salaries . ... . . . 78.142.00 SHARING. WASHINGTON D C. 20226 '
Auto Allowance & Travel . . .. ,. . . . 130.00 Investigations . . . . .. .t. . . 3.600.00 ACTUAL EXPENDITURES THE GOVERNMENT
Equipment . .i I . . . . . .t . 10.965.00 CATEGORIES e81 CAPITAL I IMAINTENAN O. .t":," THFt.f CITY
FORESTRY & FIRE CONTROL: E

Contribution . . . .. . . . . 7,011.51 APPROPRIATIONS .. . . . 0 236.475.50 I rU1UCSAPIri S S Muece.vedGon.ralRav.nu.Shanng paym.n" totaling .-1 0.1 J b4 3
RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES:

ZONING: COUNTY (NottoExceed) . . . . 100000() )() 2 I..VIRO..MI..T"L clu"ngl".p."ocI July I. tI74IhrllJ.30 1175
Salaries . . . . . . . . . 25,17000 SHERIFF 5.000.00 PROTECTION S s 471528 S' 1t 7 := U04 J U C14 I
Supplies & Expenses. . . . . . .. 7841.37 TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amount Available for Budgeting. 3 rusuc ACCOUNT NO
Auto Allowance & Travel . . . . . . 3100.00 Form CF-415)) . . . . . . . . 242,475 TRANSPORTATION S 9913S_ THRt<: E CITY, h 49INIALYN

MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION: S S c: r TV 'C'I.-FoPt h< '

Salaries . . . . . . . . . . 14000.00 :;T';HI':::!:: FlpiliM[ : ; 3'='U'rl'
Supplies & Expenses . . . . . . . 8000.00 SINKING RESERVEESTIMATE "ECIIEATION S ''J
Auto Allowance & Travel . . : . . . : 86.00 OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS ,. ,' r'r .
BRADFORD COUNTYFor 5 L'B"'ES' S S .:, "' I :
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CIVIL DEFENSE: the Fiscal Year Ending September 30. 1976 7 SOCIAL SERVICES .
Salaries . . . . . . . .. 15,960.00 PORAOEDORPOOR S Sd ''
Supplies & Expenses . . .. . . . . 20781.00 Permanent Transfer from Building Reserve . . 52.201.76 FINANCIAL. ,
Auto Allowance & Travel . . . . . . 750.00 Interest on Investment in C.D. $74,258.63X7% 5.198.10TOTAL .ADMINISTRATION S S AI/ 1 IINNIIu//I6NJId1JI/r/VI/Lilu/. ,

i MulnruRPosEANO'
MOSQUITO CONTROL (Breakdown in Individual ESTIMATED RECEIPTS .: . .. 51.399.86 GENERAL. GOVT S
Funds . . . . . .. .. . .43,11669 Balances to be Brought Forward: CASH . . . 5493.89 10 EDUCATION s I/101/ TRUST FUND REPORT Ire''.' 10 ,"ueIIOn 01 91461 .00
151 Liquid Investments (Cost) Time Certificate . 74258.63 s -_ 1 hIJne..ofJun.30.1974 S
BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL: TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS & BALANCES .. .
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137,152.38 SOCIAL
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Contribution . . . ..L . . . . 138454.00 DEVELOPMENT S 2 Revenue, from Sh.11 Funeu t. 30. 1 u 1 6.454 00
i Rac.v.d July t9711rou Jane 1975 S

MENTAL HEALTH: U MUNITY HOUSING.DEVILOMaD4T COM. S _yr. fi. 3 Inl.'..' Roc.lved -0-

Contribution . . . . . . . . 18.153.00 SINKING RESERVEESTIMATED ECONOMIC :' a' 0. C'.d'' ''d (July I. lit7. thru'..,, e 30. 19751 S -0-
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Incomptency Hearings ". . . . .. .. . 500.00 EXPENSES BRADFORD COUNTYFor 13 DIV O"MI..T S 4 Funds R..d' from Obl'g."o SEl

4 { the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1978 H .; 6 sumofllnn1,2,33 9'3.A10.00Fl
TUBERCULAR CARE: S v y

t Medical . . . . . . . . . 360.00 Retirement of Bonds . ... . .. .. . 25.000.00 e Funds R"IIIn.d 100RS S 193,110.00
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I Interest on Bonds . . . . . . . 37818.75 ,S TOTALS 408 428h 7 TOI.lFund.Avel.bl. S_
.1'f j WELFARE SERVICES: Printing of Coupons . I .. ; . .. .. . 7500 S i s
Pauper Burials . ... . . .. . . : .. 1125.00 N I RIMINATI h RE UIREMENTS HAV SEEN MET 8 To.IAmountbp.ncI.d 88 419. 00
(i Medicine & Doctor Vendor( Payments) .. . . 1600.00 Et CERTIFICATION I Canby mat 1 am the Cnl.t E..eut.v. Officer and. (Sum of tine' t IS. column II and co ..:nn CI S
APPROPRIATIONS . . . . . .. .82.893.75 wItnMD.Ct to lb. entitlement undo reported Mr.on, cwtN, that they 10 ,091.00PI
I 4 Reserve for Cash Balance: to be carried forward . 74.253.63 Nave not bu n u..d in vlo4bon of ether the priority e.p.ndltuI 9 BDencauolJune30.1975' II
STATE & COUNTY WELFARE PROGRAMS: .TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amount Available for Budgeting ulramr L.cbon 1031 m.tc undo pr3Mbdlon ISecbon ( THE NEWS MEDIA HAVE BEEN... A7VI9E0::! THAT A COMPLETE COpy OF THIS

Medicaid Hospital . . . ., . . . 3,482.64 Form CF-415)) . . .. . . . .. .r i 137.162.38 I J 1 -1 REPORT HAS BUN PUBLISHED :;, I.OCALNEWSPAPER OPGENERAL CIRCULATION .
Medicaid Nursing Home . .. .. . . . 18000.00: IpnSlur.of h.e. ate I HAVE A COpy OF THIS REPORT; AND RECORDS ct'MI'RINliHI: '
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