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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 21, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Final decision on zoning to allow or prevent multi- L -- --._- < ,''"

family dwelling units being built on SK-100 west of the Starke city

limits will be made by Bradford County Commissioners Monday, 1r1'h ]1 "" + "" Board
Aug. 25, at 9:30: a.m. Vacancy ;
The disputed affirmative recommendation of the Zoning Board ,
has !been analyzed and researched, reports Zoning Director L.M.
Gaines by external study organizations as well as Bradford offi -, V

cialsDS&N Development Corp. ments on water sewage and t4,, LAKE BUTLER Three

of Gainesville has awaited the electrical hookups.If names have been sub- .",,:;
decision for nearly a month. A the County Commission Competition Set mitted to the Governor's .'- .
of rest approves the Zoning Board's'recommendation
representative
group
office for the Union County ;
dents within a two-mile radiusof to changethe
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the proposed site have pre- area's zoning from RIA : 's School Board post vacated a
sented a 178-signature petitionand (single family residential) to recently when Chairman ;)+
pleas for consideration to K3 (multiple family residential For 3 Of 4 Posts Tommy Mobley resigned.,
city and county officials in ),local authorities will no Nathan Trowell Ressip
hopes of halting the project.The longer be involved in the deci-
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and Marvin II.
Griffis
sion-making
process sur- -
proposal, as presentedto rounding DS&N constructionof Pritchett names
are
the Zoning Board July 29, In ElectionSTARKE
the City
indicates a three-stage construction apartments. received by the Governor's I
plan. Stage I includes office, according to Mrs. -:

the building of a 40-unit rw endedat police chief, Bowen served on' Jane Love, administrative ./'
complex costing the Teacher.Contract noon Tuesday with three the city council from 1969 to assistant. ;
developers $700.000 on a IS- Looks like they're shining up the bootery In downtown Starke. races set for four posh open in 1971. He left that seat to run
acre site one-fourth miles the upcoming Sept. 9 city elections for police chief. The 41yearold Mrs. Love reported that
west of the city limits on .< Bowen was a patrolmanfor Nathan Trowell had called "
property owned by the L.G. Downtown Corner Gets Facelift A three-way race developedfor five years. He has workedas her office to ask the procedure 1
Powell Estate.Spokesman Police Chief Jimmy' a mechanic, and he'
Ronnie Davis STARKE Take the old and Workers are going to paint Shutters and new awningswill Bowen's post when Jesse recently sold a local chain of for submitting names

described the apartment add a bit of new and you get the buildings all around in the be added too. Welty said. ,. ...., laundries to be a "fulltime. for appointment later .
plans for one, two and three the facelift on the corner of same beige and brown modeof He said he suggested using tin chief." submitted his name in a <
bedroom! apartments renting Talk Ends Walnut and Call Streets here. the rest of the area, Welty for the awnings to "maintainthe Bowen is married and has letter she said. Trowell 'J
and said. Additionally, brick will character of the building. children. '
monthly for $105. $125. two .
unsuccessful
the
$145 respectively as appealing STARKE Negotiations Mrs. Florence Brown, who underline the windows, and Welty said Starke Contractor -- In the Group '2. Commissioner was can i:
middle incomes of Bradford between the Bradford owns the corner is renovatingher two picture windows facing Clermont Bizer, who is in ri race, present coun- didate for Mobley's Dis-
'ounty. lie indicated landscaping Teachers Association (BEA) portion of the 100-year-old charge of the project, pre- I b cilman Jimmy McRae ends trict 1 seat in 1974. .
ended building Atty. Richard Welty Walnut Street will be coveredover dicted work will be finished I IE Irs ,
to leave as much of and the administration his fifth term on-the, councilthis Several people have sub
the natural foliage as possible, Tuesday morning, after more says. he said. tomorrow (Friday, Aug. 15)). year. ,He w' the council mitted liessie Griffis! name
to be kept by a on-site resident than 100 hours of debate and dean. : .*"" Mrs. Love said. She said some
manager who would also be with less than a week before A newcomer to city politics teachers had come by her ,'I
responsible! for building main- teachers have to report back Joe Warren is the first to office Tuesday morning and '
tainance. for the new year.Bargaining Schoolmen Meet TonightTo oppose McRae in .two terms.A had recommended Griffis.
Opposition to the project, as began June 5. 42-year-old'Starke native' Additionally she said she had
expressed at county and dty Teachers return for planningAug. Warren is a radio and TV received a telegram recom- .,:
commission! meetings this 26. repair teacher at: the Vocational mending him. .3 w
month is based on a dual "It's all over, at least for a School:. He1 l has been Union County School Super- .
fear: that the influx of popula- year" said Eddie Douglas Study Building Plans there eight years.iv intendent.James. Cuson! for- .
tion will Increase crime, noise spokesman for the ad ,, Warren has served 24 years mally recommended MarvinH. ':"1'
level traffic and litter in the ministration.The with the National Guard in Pritchett in a letter to Har
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area;. that with the passing ortime teams will release STARKE A special schoolboarcI11eeUngols's'et include: 1)) four kindergarten -4.'qI low bid of $124,911 was Starke and is now a recruiting of the'governor'soffice ."
7 ,-, .- and Integration gen- details of. the. contract,next tonightThursday classrooms, 2)) a 10-classroom 'suAiittedby FulfordCon: ,. ?:sergeant With 'the,local unit,... ,, *dated the same day ..,it
erallhysicaland moral deterioration week after approval by both ( Aug. 21) at 7 p.m. complex atr Bradford Middle 'struction Co. of Indian Rock He has the Florida Accomoda- Mobley submi'ttcd'his! reslgnta" ....
will occur, lowering teachers and the school board. in the administration buildingfor School 3)) Phase 4 of Bradford Harbor Beach, some $43,000 lion Award and the Florida tion to the Governor. This was
property values. "We feel like we have a discussion of the proposed High School, and 4)) Phase 5 of under Salley's estimated Jesse Branson Outstanding Service Awardfor one day before the resignation
Opposing citizens were and million BHS. of Fifteen hun- last Recruiting and Retention 'was announced to the press
pretty good thing going $1.2 building programnow figure $168,134. Branson qualified Friday,
granted a request on Aug. 4 to we don't want to do anything estimated by Architect gry general contractors bid on Aug. 15. Bill Chambers hadqualified with the National Guard. and public.
withhold a zoning decision to jeopardize it," said Gladys Craig Salley to cost $1.6 Bids were received Monday the small job, more bids than earlier to oppose Warren received a BA Cason's letter said. "As per
until further investigation by Thomas, new BEA president. million. night on the four kindergarten have been received in yearson Bowen. It is the same trio degree in Vocational Indus- conversation by telephoneof
county; commissioners. At the classrooms, two each at trial Education from the Uni- Aug. 6, (the day beforeMobley's
disclosed of
Douglas some a job that size. which ran for police chief two
Aug. 5 City Commission meeting School staff members Starke and Southside Elementary -
of on : when Chambers versity of North Florida. He is resignation). I indicated -
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a request to deny cityutilities points agreement suddenly were confronted last Schools, projected by "Starving" was the word years ago to that one of our
with duty- the first but lost you
to the complex was -A 7.5-hour day Thursday, Aug. 14, with the Architect Salley to cost used by one contractor when won primary (See Page 3)) school board members. Mr
free planning period for all out in the second primary to
defeated and Mayor Charles possibility that the $1.2 million $195.035, including $168,134 for asked why so many bids had Thomas G. Mobley plans to
.
teachers.A Bowen..
Schaefer outlined to the group won't cover the four proposed construction, $10,088 for professional been submitted. tender his resignation shor-
procedures of annexation, a duty-free lunch, or, if building projects planned for services, and $16,813 Cost of the middle school DemosPrefer tly."
prerequisite to final arrange- (\See Page 3) the coming year The projects for furnishings. complex is projected at Cason then recommended

$354.454 by Salley, including Pritchett to the spot. The
$30,556 for furnishings and tis letter also indicated Cason's
$18,334 for fees. having spoken to Cotton about
Costs
Cut
School Transportation Cost of Phase 4 of BUS is Pritchett."As .
projected at $488,162. Includ- I indicated to you by
ing $60,516 for furnishings and Mr. Pritchett is not
$24,206 for services. Cost of GriffisLAKE seeing the appointment,
Phase 5 is set at $595,865, however there are many of us
Teacher Aide Program Reinstatedthe including $73,868 for furnish- BUTLER Meetinglate in the county who would like to
ings and $29,547 for profes- Wednesday afternoon the see him accept the job if of-
sional services. ", ,rMI' Union County Democratic fered to him by the Governor -
STARKE Bus routes were Trimming the fat out of the staggering school openingsand floor when Moore finishedon The school board will take a Executive Committee voted 6- ," the letter said.
'reduced from 33 to 20. the $4.2 million proposed operat- having buses run double the buses. Jockel explainedhis close look tonight, at the 5 to recommend the name of At the Aug. 15 school board
teacher aide program .reinitiated ing budget and a $29,693 sav, routes, Jesse Moore, directorof proposal to reinstate the request of Supt. Richard f Ressie Griffis to Gov. Reubin meeting Cason charged that
and $59.600 slated to ing In bus driver salaries general services which aide program. Jockel expressed Jockel, at where cuts can be Askew to fill the on four county officials had
maintain the system's salary made possible the reinstate- includes transportation, told concern about the 13 made. It is clear that costs the school board.vacancy gathered in a "secret" meet-
schedule of raises in a package ment of the aides, 12 of which the school board. Buses will Bus drivers whose jobs were must be cut or one or more of Griffis was nominated by ing under the guise of a
move engineered by had lost jobs, and the main- pick up students in the cut and the aides who had ear- the projects delayed. Archi- R.D. Lawrence. John An- Governor's Patronage Committee
bupl. Richard Jockel 'and tenance of the salary sche- southern part of the county, lier been dismissed. tectSalley will also be present drews Lake Butler and had agreed to
,
druggist
approved by the school board-. dule. bring them to school then run "This was our best way to tonight. nominee namedby recommend Griffis for the
the other
Monday night.. Nobody who wanted one lost routes in the northern part of absorb the people so we did One board member : was Mrs. Martha Riherd.A school board seat.
his job in the shuffle. The 13 the county. not create an unemployment I suggested after the meeting Merrill EdwardsIn of discussionat Cason said at the meetingthat
t1UU1titer bus drivers whose routes were Schools at Brooker and situation. It also is the best use, Monday night that furnishingscan UnopposedN.L. major point the governor had dissolved -
\tIlt eliminated were given jobs as Hampton will run on an 8-8:30: of the dollars in the system," wait, if necessary. If the the meeting was whether or the patronage com
aides in the food service or a.m. 2-2:30: schedule, Moore Jockel said in recommendingthe bids come in lower, as on the Woodburn semi- not to recommend anyone to mittees, and he named the
custodial programs. All for- explained while Starke Elementary moves to the school board. kindergarten project, that will retired Starke jeweler, quali- the Governor. There was secret committee members as ., .
mer aides who wanted jobs and Lawtey Elemen- Board Member Arthur lower construction costs and fied Aug. 13 to oppose incum. doubt expressed that Gov. Robert Driggers, Union ,-"
were rehired. tary will run from about 9 Gaskins also pointed out the therefore, fees for professional bent Councilman Vernon Sil- Askew would consider a County Circuit Court clerk; ',i.
a.m. to 3-3:30: p.m. Bradford changes in bus routes will services since those cox in Group 4. nomination by the Democratic Hal Maines attorney for the ..
"Another look" at Indivi- High School will again go on a save the maintenance of 13 fees are a percentage of project Newcomer Joe Warren Executive Committee since he county commission; J.D.
dual school budgets.and the seven period schedule with buses. costs. qualified on opening day to did not in a recent appoint-- Griffis, hospital trustee and
county staff budget yielded half the students attending (See Page 3) Talk Monday night was that run against veteran Group 2 ment in Bradford County. brother of Ressie; and Paul
,$171.431. Maintaining the sal- periods 1-6 and half 27. The Phase 5 of the high school Commissioner Jimmy McRae Chairman Robert Driggersalso Riherd local banker and a i
ary schedule will cost $59,600. school day will begin at 8:15: would not be built if funds are who is seeking his fifth term. pointed to a case in commissioner. '
Cost of the aide program is a.m. at BHS and end at 3:15: Final County short. Veteran City Clerk Merrill Escambia County in which the county Cason's wife Patsy, said .
pegged at $46,400..That leavesa The 'board is past the, Edwards qualified Aug. 11 for Governor did not heed the she had tried to contact ,
reserve fund of$65,431 In the p.m.Moore explained that buses stopping point on the kinder his ninth term. He is unop-- Democratic Committee. Robert Driggers, who is also ,-.". 'f
operating budget, with which will continue to serve the Budget Airing garten project, one school posed. Before nominations were the Democratic Executive
Jockel says he is comfortable. same routes as last year. Spur staffer says, since bids have Branson was an unsuccessful made, Mrs. Riherd moved to Committee chairman to call a i
FALL FASHION Revamping of the bus routes were not eliminatedand been opened. candidate for the same submit one name to the meeting so the committee
SHOW and routes and the resultant sav- students will continue to Slated Monday The school board has been spot in the last election. He Governor. R.D. Lawrencegave might make a recommenda I
LUNCHEON ings started the chain of be picked up within the two committed to building the 10 was the police chief in Waldo a second. tion. Mrs. Cason is the vice- '
moves. The new routes, using mile limit, two policies whicha STARKE final hearing is classroom complex at the and served on the Macclenny But Judge Hal Maines presented chairperson for the com
SI. Mark's just 20 buses will work by State Department of Transportation set Monday Aug. 25, at 9:30: middle school to relieve police force before coming to an amendment that the mittee. She said she called .
Parish House I survey team recom- a.m. 'In the courthouse on crowded conditions there Starke six years ago. committee first contact the Driggers three times and he 1
mended be eliminated. Routes Bradford County's proposed where over 1,000 students are A 47-year-old machinist, Governor to ask if he wanted a gave no definite answer as to ',
Saturday Sw ,'d Swinger will take about four hours per $1.658 million budget for 1975- .attending a school with a Branson is married and has recommendation from the whether he would call a meet i
Aug. 23. bus per day with drivers '76.The std capacity of 750 when it six children. He is the branch committee, and, if so, how ing. She said in one conversation -
NoonFRIDAY\ earning from $3.75 to$4.10 per new spending bill was president of the Church of many names. he said he did not want the .' i
----- Jailed Here hour. approved by the county Talk Monday night went this Jesus Christ of ,Latter Day The amendment, by secret committee to "embarrass ,
Aug. 22 The new bus system will commission on July' 18 for wary: Saints. ballot, was defeated 65. ourselves In case somebody 1
IS LAST DAY STARKE .. A sword operate at about $160,000, less fiscal 75-76 with no increase in We had a meeting with Mr. This is 35-year-old Cham- Mrs. Riherd's motion had already been appointed. ,
TO ORDER swinging Starke man took a than $10,000 over the amountof the 4.781 millage rate. Salley the other day," began bers' second try at the police passed 7.4.Raiford He was referring to the situa. :;Ilion
SENIOR PICTURES swipe at a city policeman funds the state gives the The $1,658,045 budget is 3.5 Jockel.! "With this you chief position. He ran in 1974 Groceryman J.D. in nearby Bradford .1
answering a disturbance call county to operate the trans- percent or $44,000 more than will not have enough to do all to retain that spot he had been Griffis asked 'Supt. Jimmy County, where the Democra .
----- late Wednesday and landed in portation on. The bus system the 74-75 figure A mill is you wish to do," Jockel told appointed to when Ken Fuqua Cason, who was present but is Executive Committee 'I t
Special jail charged with aggravated has been subsidized to the worth $123,454 on the 1975 tax the board members, referringto resigned on June 19, 1974. The not a member of the com- made a recommendation for
SCHOOL BOARD assault with a deadly weapon. tune of some $50,000 from the a sheet listing the projected present chief, Jimmy Bowen mittee: appointment of' a school
Meeting 7 p.m. Robert Eberle 28, of Starke operating budget roll.Only salary Increases In the building costs at 1633516. beat Chambers in the secondprimary "Does your position as superintendent and the ,.
Tonight (Aug. ail was arrested by Policemea Another benefit of 'the bus new budget go to county of- "I never anticipated completion of that election after superintendent give you aprivilege Governor had not followed 'j
Building Program' Denton DeVoe and Larry cutback;Moore pointed out. is ficials who are In the final step of phase 5. That's Chambers led in the first or power with theGovernor that recommendation. Mrs., ...'::
Te 8* Discussed. Reddish.. Police received a that no bus on the road will be toward maximum pay expensive," said Board Chair- primary.Chambers. mendation to without submit a recom- Cason said Driggers never ",
call to a family disturbance authorized several years ago. worked with the anyone returned her third call. '
quell older than model. Three
a 1971 man Rodney Hall.
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CurtM Of and responded to ,922 new buses are on order and The county will, however, by department 10 years else in the schools or the gen- Driggers, Riherd 'and '-I'tGriffis ::
West Madison Street. will'arrive during the school state mandate, pick up' the "You may want to finish the before that, six as assistant eral public knowing. there wasa denied in Interviews 1$
Mir d omm unity Eberle met the officers in ,employee's entire retirement high school before the .10 chief. For the past two years vacancy?" Tuesday !'having:called a, .:.: :
jtatr.Uank the front yard and asked themto year."I hope you'll take" the savings payment: ,For an'employee classrooms," Supt. Jockel he has worked for the city. Cason replied he could not special meeting to make arty
; leave. He brought the three- from this and put them earning $125 per wee' for said. electric department..** get a procedural ruling from recommendation.' '. I, '... :::
:t......;.N.W i.wM UII .foot sword from the house and into the school: program," instance, that will mean$5 per "I don't,that place, Is wall to Chambers is married and the Governor's office except Both Driggers and Griffis' y
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T..4e.ISW' wall with kids, Hall stated has four children. \ that in the county explained that they had met to "
anyone
DeVoe's take-home
.. it. at head Supt Richard Jockel told theschool week additional
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LAWTEYBy
CIIURCII ACTIVITIES Sunday their guests were her Lake.. Morton Hodgson and son, of day and Scotty was arid daughter-in-law, Mr. and
CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday son-in-law and daughter Mr. Kingsley Those attending Atlanta Ga., Mr. and Mrs. celebrating his seventh. There Mrs. John Tye, Jr., and
School"10 a.m. Worship Ser- and Mrs. were: Mr. and Mrs. Elizabeth family. They enjoyed a family
Glen
Virgil Griffis and Terry W. Kerlake and were approximately 25 guests
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE family, also ot Palatka. Obed Pauley and family, Mr daughter, Miss Amy Shellie '''who enjoyed games, refresh. birthday party for John Tye
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. and Mrs. J.R. Devore and Starke; Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Stanley Fedak, of Starke, on Greenwood, Mrs. Paul Rice I ments, and prizes. 3rd during the afternoon
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: 'Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey and family, Mr and Mrs. Les Brown, Miss., Mrs. Lorraine her birthday anniversary.There and son, Peter, Frank Mrs. Aline Brown and Mrs." Mrs. L.D. Dorman and Mrs.
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- Miss Arthurine Blanchard McClellan, Mr. and Mrs. Smith and sons, Jacksonville; were about 14 presentfor Ackermann and son, John 'Jan Wright, of Orlando, and 'Ernest Pevy, of Ocoee, and
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: visited her sister, Miss Enza Bobby McClellan, Mrs Ola Mrs. Bettie Brown, and Mr. the occasion. and their son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Aguiar, Mrs. Aline Brown, of Orlando,
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- Blanchard, at Baker County Starling, Mr. and Mrs. Larry and Mrs. J. Champane, of Mrs. Janie Higginbothamand daughter, Mr. and Mrs. of Jacksonville, were Sunday were Friday dinner guests of
nesday 8pm.FAITH Nursing Home in Macclennyon Norman and Rhoda, Mr. and Jacksonville; Dale Traylor, Mrs. James Waters at- George Breslin and daughter, dinner guests of their brother their brother-in-law and sister
BAPTIST: Radio Wednesday. Another Mrs. Charles Starling and and Bobby Patterson, Starke. tended the funeral of Mrs.Higginbotham's Elizabeth, all of Jacksonville and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt.
WPXE Starke 8 visitor of Miss Blanchard was family, Mr. and Mrs. Andy sister Mrs. ,
their
Program over Col.! and Mrs. William the weekend with the Mrs. Truman Norman. Other guests were
spent
a.m. Sunday. Bible School 10 Mrs. Charles Nasworthy, a Harvey, of Perry Mrs. Daisy Wilson attended a retirement Hessie Adams, of Doctor's Breslins' parents Col. and Chief Donald W. Shinn of VP daughter, Mrs. Gladys
,
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. cousin, from Whitehouse, Starling, Mr. and Mrs. Arlee party at Patrick Air Force Inlet on Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. Wm. Wilson. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville Harvey, of Orlando; their son-
and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting during the afternoon. Blevins, Lennox, Ga.; Mrs. Base, at Cocoa Beach, on 2 o'clock. The funeral was at The home of G.W.. Anderswas returned home Monday in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible Mrs. Loca Raulerson flew to Gladys Pnngle. Sanford; Mr. Saturday.Mr. Long Branch. the setting for a double from Siciliy, after spendingfive Mrs. Truman Norman; their
Study. White Fish, Montana, 'and and Mrs. Rudolph Rosier, and Mrs. Gene Pearson Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore birthday party Saturday months there. ,daughter, Mrs. L.H. Harper,
GRACE UNITED spent her vacation with her Palatka; Mr. and Mrs. Britt entertained at a cookout spent Sunday afternoon with afternoon. Billy was Mr. and Mrs. John Tye, Sr. of Starke, and a friend, Mrs.
METHODIST: Sunday School son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Rosier, Green Cove Springs; Thursday evening, August 14, their brother, Doyle Boyer, of celebrating his eleventh birth-, spent Sunday with their son Gladys ,Cromly, of Orlando.
9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 and Mrs. Marklee Raulersonand Mrs. G.W Roberts Sr., honoring their sister, Mrs. Jacksonville.

a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Choir family. While there they
Practice 7 p.m. United went to Northwest Canada for
Methodist Fellowship 7:30
two days.
p.m. Wednesday.The United Methodist Ode Dobbs of Lake Butler,
and his son-in-law and .5 ?, x } wpa
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Women a surprise
covered dish gave luncheon for daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Tannie Brown Cottie, of
Mrs. Truby Wainwright; at 12 School/
noon Wednesday, August 13, Sunday Memphis with, his Tenn.brother, spent and BacKto
at the Church for her birthday
elebration. There were 17 sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. aL'

}ladies. present. Besides other Arlie Mr.Dobbs.and Mrs. Morris Carter

dishes the beautiful birthdaycake Jr. and daughter, Mr. andMrs.
was baked by Mrs. Wayne Norman and DOLLAR STORES sate !

Shirley Newport. family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
HIGHLAND BAPTIST Rowe, and Mrs. Beulah
CHURCH: Sunday School, Norman, enjoyed a cookout
9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 with Mr. and Mrs. Edward '
EVER BEFORE IT PAYS TO
a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Roberts and family last NOW MORE THAN SHOP TOP

meeting NORTIISIDE Wednesday BAPTIST, 7 p.m. Saturday The sympathy night. of the SPECIALLY REDUCED PRICES FOR THURS., FRI, SAT. ft MON.

CHURCH: Sunday School 10 community is extended to the
a.m. Worship Services, 11 family and relatives of Mrs. 1 55W Call.St. Starke, Florida
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Floy Bennett, who passed
Meeting Wednesday, 7:30: away Saturday night in

Jacksonville. Our prayers are
.
p.m.The Church has almost with them. J ?

finished their Baptistry. Mr.and Mrs. Emory Eunice
The Church won the and family, of Chattanooga,
championship of the Church Tenn., came down for the ,

Softball League. weekend other with relatives.their parentsand Emorywas : ; '\ '- : r I ; :

SCHOOL TO OPEN rushed to St. Vincent's ,, '-.i, _
Hospital, Jacksonville, on '
Lawtey Elementary School Saturday morning and will : 1:1s :
will open its fall term on :
Tuesday, Sept. 2.PERSONALS. have surgery on Monday. Our 1i .
with him.
prayers are
Mrs. Vivian Lee Kuliski,
JW.&Ji
: and son Erick, of San Mateo, \i'

Terry Futch and son Chris, spent Saturday to Thursdaywith !: '
of Jacksonville Beach, calledon their uncle and aunt, Mr. s ,, a d d their aunt Miss Elizabeth and Mrs. Barry Watts and ,>

Terry, Monday. Miss Terry Barry Lee.Chaplain.
went home with them and Leonard Melton
stayed with the family until attended -Army Reserve
Friday. meeting in Gainesville on

Friends of Mrs. Mary Saturday and Sunday.Mrs. .
Dinkins regret to learn that James Waters attended
she is a surgical patient in the wedding of her
Bradford County Hospital. niece Miss Charlotte Sch- /m :

Starke. Our prayers are with mehl, of Jacksonville, on %::43s Y '4' ?i ',yt,'ya'' tX: : .4:
Saturday. They were married V to w. + wh e' v i b .
s )
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< a ; "\

her.Mr. va' E "n, I i '-
and Mrs. Roy Clemons, at the Naval Air Station '

Mrs. Lois Carter and Mrs. Chapel. t
Wade Gaskins attended the Mrs. Gwen Broward and .MAKERIP
children, of Jacksonville,
funeral of their cousin, Mrs.
with her ..
spent Thursday i < .
Dorothy Dollie Rosier, at r- \ a >&"&&\\?.b N **' Ml
mother, Mrs. Loca Raulerson. 'k
South Prong Cemetery near
Other guests on Friday were
Sanderson on Saturday.
Hansen celebratedhis her nephew. and niece, Mr. 50EA.
Sidney and Mrs. Farley Raulerson, of
82nd birthday .
anniversaryon Ft. Walton Beach. .
Saturday Aug. 16. He and
'
Mrs. R.W. Lines, of
Mrs. Hansen attended Lake
Valdosta Ga.,came for a visit wua gii4>kxF,
Swan Bible ,
Camp near
with her parents, Col. and
Melrose several days duringthe
Mrs. Wm. Wilson.
"CONE MILLS"
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin YVitONt,
Mrs. Tommy Clayton of Stephens and Leroy Lovett, of {q BROADCLOTHA KITCHEN
Jacksonville, was a Friday Jacksonville, were visitors of x
of her mother ,ztiwa < cw
overnight guest ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice
Mrs. C.R Crews. during the week.
A.E. Massey and grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts
Kenny Massey, spent Mondayto and Barry Lee spent Tuesdayat 3 i'iaR '
with relativesand
Thursday Sea World. They spent cI
friends in Moultrie and Tuesday night to Friday at the
Barwick. Ga. Contemporary Hotel while
Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Moore and l\
sightseeing enjoying is'.IAa
and Bob. of Lake with City, spent their Disney World ro4
Wednesday Mrs. Rob Futch's 89th birth- !
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
day anniversary was
Moore, and sister, Mrs. Gail V
celebrated on Sunday at u
Todor. Scot and Brad. Scot
and Brad, went home with .
them. They took them to Six 3 y d
Gun at Ocala on SENIOR S3OOTBALLJER 1 -
Territory r. _ .' 1
Thursday and brought them : -
home during the afternoon. CITIZENSWe
Kindle Mobley the
spent '
P I IY 1
weekend with his fiance Miss r 6
RW r tii
Debbie Camp, and her family, are eternally grateful to / p
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp, club member Karl Hoist for : |!% fe tei*

and son Brian, of Daytona his hand-crafted macrame L NYLON _., n
Beach. cushion. A lot of patience and K. ?S eatt'

Wayne Harper, of Starke, time, as well as some expense, -
visited his grandparents, Mr. went into this beautiful gift. t'- j
and Mrs. Carl Prevatt, Reminder: Executive board 77-5 :
Saturday afternoon.Mrs. members are to attend the
Marian Hall, of North Central Fla. Coalition of Cl ;::c(1 I a a
Jacksonville Beach, spent two Senior Citizens meeting Sept.
days and nights with her 2, 10 a.m. at the Pratt St. g
brother-in-law and sisters, Center. Delegates from 11
Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders and
counties in Region 3 are expected :
Mrs. Hester Hicks. to attend. Will be discussing -
Mrs. D'ette Wyke and the many problems of a
children, and Mr. and Mrs. senior citizens statewide and
Wayne Berry and son of proposals for the election of rr
Laurinburg, N.C. spent a delegates to register for attendance > iuiei.
week with Mrs. Wyke's at the Coalition of Fla. L

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doc Organizations of the Aged 8. krrxa r d
Mosley. Mr. and Mrs. Berryare conference to be held at the
the Mosleys' grandchildren Princess Martha Hotel in St.
and Kevin is their Petersburg Sept. 24-26. WITH PRICES LIKE THESE WHY PAY MORE SHOP TOP!
great-grandson. Those with kidney diseaseare
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly advised tocall Pat Karp at
visited their cousins, Mr. and the North Fla. Kidney Center,
Mrs. Paul Seaver, Sr., of 377-2421 (Gainesville). Dialy--
Jacksonville, Saturday on sis treatment is extremely
their way to visit Jack Estes, expensive, and most patientsare
at St. Vincent's Hospital. They Medicare recipients, but
carried Mrs. Estes to visit Mr. this program is federally
Estes several days during the sponsored and persons in need
week. will be treated. Service
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest organizations and groups are S.tYR 1k
spent Sunday with their asked to provide transportation -
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and other services.
and Mrs. George Summerlin, Information and Referral -'
of Lake City. Service is open 24 hours a day, 1 0.! 4y
_
-
Mr. and Mrs. seven days a week. If you
of Fort Lauderdale, visited have a problem you can't
their aunt. Miss Arthurine handle or are in a critical

Blanchard, Tuesday afternoon situation, call 1-800-342-3400?
while on their Alachua County Crisis Center. y
I
honeymoon after their This organization serves
marriage on August 9. North Central Fla. Region 3 \ IT

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Harveyof (Alachua, Bradford, Union,
Perry, spent the weekend Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist,
with their parents, the E.C. Hamilton, Lafayette, Putnam
Harveys and the Charles and Suwannee counties).
Starlings. Our 14th annual luncheonwill

P.M. Day, of Cedar Key, be celebrated Tuesday,
spent Wednesday with his Aug. 26. A box lunch will be V
brother-in-law, and sister, Mr. served, as well as a birthday
and Mrs. Hubert Priest cake, ice cream and coffee or
Mrs. Maines Griffis and tea.We will meet at 11:30: a.m. a 87

children of Palatka. spent the to make final arrangements.Grace .
weekend with her mother will be offered by vice
Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. president Bill Richards at 12

Daisy Boch, and Lynn. Ont noon. Joe Kerrigan

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Costs Cut :'---------------------------
2 Lawtey Girls Among 125 To Attend Florida 4-Hers Short CourseTwo I
to know if they will be allowedto visement for awarding at a vices has been transferred to
(From Page I 1)) drive buses home. Chair special meeting tonight the State Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Lawtey 4-H'ers are State 'Archives state sweepstakes; and termination assistants, worked with the 4H'ers .
man Rodney Hall replied the (Thursday, Aug. 21)) at 7 p.m. Supreme
Motions to make the staff is still working out LowjDidder was Poole Roofingand Services. Supt. Jockel is still members of a select group of Court and Governor's Man- of sustaining medical throughout this legisla-
changes in bus routes and per- details to the route problemand Sheet Metal Co., Gaines- trying to figure out how theboard 125 members and leaders to sion, heard speakers, and treatment for terminally tive process.
sonnel ville can the local health meet prominent governmentand In ill or injured patients. For further information on I
came from Board was not prepared to answer at $2,859. Ferber & pay participated a mock legislative -
Member J.T. Parrish; both that question Monday Osteen of Gainesville bid department for the emergency business leaders in a first- session along with Dave Barrett and W.S. 4-H contact Lowell' Parrish at
were seconded by MemberArt night. service as has been hand study of state govern- multi-county 4-H extension "Spider". Webb, legislative 964-6554 I
Holliday and passed una- In other action Monday $4,750.Received bids and took done for years. ment last week in Tallahasseeat agent Lowell Parrish.Dr. !
nimously by the four board night, the school board: them under advisement for the Florida 4-H Citizenship Joe H. Busby, dean of 4L"aaU
members present. Mrs. Pat Received bids on repair- evaluation on county pest con- Short Course. Florida Cooperative Exten-
Spengler is on vacation.Bus ing the Bradford High gym trol service for award tonight. Susan Massey, daughter of sion Services and State Re- j
drivers present wanted roof and took them under ad- Bowen Pest Control bid $287 The Nazcas ancient Peru Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon presentatives Herbert Mor-
for a one time spraying of all revered fertility of kfe force Massey, and Joy Redding, gan of Tallahassee and C. [! L E Ifl U1JOLE jI
I school buildings and $57 per tn all forms of life, celebrating daughter of Mr.and Mrs. L.A. William "Bill" Nelson of Mel-
month for the food service 'it in ceramics devoted to wild Redding, toured the Capitol, bourne spoke on citizenshipand I
Finest WesternCANTALOUPES program. Florida Pest Con- creature and seeking it in the the role of the legislator.In U. S. 301 In Lawtey ,
trol bid $395 for the one time levered head of their City Voting. the mock legislative
spraying and$47.50 per monthon session, 4-H members met as Ladies Custom Ladies I
the food service facilities. enemies. standing committees on Agri-
(From
Page 1))
-Received bids on food service -National Geographic Society culture and Natural MadeHANDBAGS
: 1
3F0R99CGeorgia items, milk and milk products married and has two children. Resources, Health and BLOUSES
and bread. Sunbeam Semi-retired Gem Jewelry Rehabilitative Services, Edu-
Dairies, Hawthorne, was low Teacher. Store owner N.L. Woodburn cation, Finance and Taxationand '10 Value 1
on milk at 9.47 cents per half entered the Group 4 commis- as concerned lobbyists.
pine.Gave (From Page .1)) sioner race against incumbent Issues of discussion were: $1 295 2 $ 12 ,

Business Manager they do supervise, teachers Vernon Silcox. the severence tax on timber ,
Eddie Douglas permission to will get compensation time. Woodburn, 62, lost Starke cutting; who should pay the '"
APPLES negotiate with Gulf Oil and -Three mayor seat to Carl Hurst in actual cost of constructingnew
paid holidays duringthe
pta Standard 011 on gas bids. Both school for the the 1969 city elections. He has water and sewer lines in LADIES !
cl 4 companies bid on the gas and teachers.A year three children and is a mem- Fla. counties and municipalities 2 $1 200
LBS.$1Home ber of the Masons, Shriners l
oil products supply, but terminal pay bonus for ; public ,school records;
has lived in
and Elks. He SLACKS
neither would give a firm teachers before ,
retiring age
Starke for 18 years. ,
year-long price so both bids
GrownCUCUMBERS White were termed invalid. Gulf bid 65.Also non-commital, Lewis Silcox, 54, is a Starke insurance ',
32.36 cents per gallon on Good Garner, alternate spokesmanfor man and has served.two All Sizes & Colors rn
Gulf, exclusive of federal and terms on the commission.Neva $1
GRAPESNorman's state taxes. Standard bid 38.9 the BEA, said teachers Flynn, supervisor of PANTYHOSE 2 1
the
would receive
same salaryfor I
elections, said there are 2,215
cents on regular gas, qualifyIng ,
this plus the normal
its bid to read on "such year qualified registered voters in
6/49c 49clB. quantities as seller may have increments. Starke. Of that number 2,106 FIRST QUALITY MERCHANDISEWHY
available from time to time Garner outlined the salary are Democrats, 89 are Repub--
for sale." schedule as: licans, and 20 are listed as PAY MOREWelcome
-Authorized the vo-tech -The salary is the same for "other," she said. Starke ---
Farm this year plus the normal 45-50 I I
center to ask bids on a rebuilt gained approximately Jcs
increments. ( .d t hatCL.Q
VW van to be sold to purchasetools new voters before the regis-
Produce for the student mecha- -Those on continuing con- tration books closed Aug. 1,
Market nics.The van was rebuilt from tract will receive their in- Mrs. Flynn said.Building .

two VW vans donated the crease. ToDavesSeafood
617 N. Temple Avc. school by the Sheriff's Depart- -Teachers changing rank
will get their normal increase. Plans.From
.
"God is and
our refuge
964-6071 ment.Was -It will cost $59,600 to
Open Mon-Suf again told authority strength a very present
for students health care serfistsa7 maintain the present salary ( Page 1) help in times of trouble. j
schedule. Garner said
Therefore will not we fear,
teachers did not get raises
school staff memberswere
High though the earth be
funds.because of decreased state told the board intendedto removed, and though the Rd. 100 Lake Butler ,
"go through and complete mountains be carried into
Thomas said she thinks the 4 and 5," stated BHS "
I MODERN KITCHENSJyk"V phases the midst of the sea. \
contract will be presented to Principal Charles Francis. (Psalms 44:1-2)). 496-2785
the teachers early in the week. "This was the concept I

CUSTOM School SuperintendentRichard worked under," Francis said. Is there trouble in 6'
your Open A.M. Till 10 P.M.
said
Jockel Monday
built the
If only phase 4 is
life Even in the midst of
BUILT night he expects to call a will have to
school
board for high these troubled days there Isrefuge A Week
special meeting redetermine priorities on 7 Days
and strength in God
HOMES ratification of the contract. where to house students, even
b The school board is and He wants us to turn to
meeting if it delays construction, Breakfast Served Till 11:00Fresh :
t'J. In.
..
j tonight to award bids on Francis said, pointing out that Him. ;
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consumable supplies and may the agriculture and home
9 -- LAKE BUTlER get to approving the economics buildings, in use We invite you to worship Lobster Crab ClawsOysterMulletCatfishShrimp
agreement with us next Sunday and
last term, have been torn
find and for
strength peace
down in anticipation of com-
the living of these days.
pletion of the high school.
Vacancy, Francis pointed out that the
Mouth Steaks
school planning had been Watering

(From Page 1) based on the projected costs of "The Church with a Heart, I'
former Architect Don Mor- In the Heart of Starke"Ban Bring The Whole Family
discuss housing for the doctor gan, which were lower.
7 for the soon-to-be "Last Thursday was the
1Ni opened
Union General first time I understood it P. Bryant And Try Our Noon Special

Riherd said he had never .(phase 5)) wasn't Pastor
V A ti .... -..' E. :' r" :r: been appointed to a committee through," Francis stated Take: 'ptj.,100 To Lake Butler .;
t..4- I ....
r" ,,,, """v,' ,;C,:!_......l....,.: "*'_,,'''H..:." ,t." by the governor, admitted .,r,.tBig that all other building. 1 "William George *- ,.,j. '*"""*". .. : i
.. "" ,'.' 1. I ... Driggers and Griffis' projects have been taken care I Min.of Music Daves Seafood
having talked of Resale'Griffis' of before the high school pro-

chance for the spot t. gram. Travis R. Kimbrll Town House
Formerly
but they had not called 'an, "Whatever the $1.2 million Min.of Education
official meeting." They ex- brings us in construction, thatis
plained that Riherd and the end for a time because
Maines happened to be in the that's all the school bond
I,1, smashing area and not in the court- issue," said Chairman Hall.
house when the purported "I didn't realize this had
"meeting" took place. happened without our heads You Have Had 2 Years

: Griffis explained that his together." I
pant brother had learned of Mobley's Thursday was the first time I Ihe'd
resignation through a heard the funds might not Of Untrained. Unqualified
newspaper article dated Aug. cover the planned projects,
8. He said his brother then Jockel reiterated.
coats called him, indicating he was Architect Salley said the Leadership.It's .
unaware of the situation, but problem must be "mis-
would like the position. J.D. communication" between the
Griffis said his brother then school staff and board.
called a number of people to "We've said all along" that Time For
for the is by a a Change
ask backing{ post. phase 5 "hanging .
Griffis said he called State thread," Salley said.

,, Rep.George Grosse to find out If that was so, Principal
if anyone had contacted him, Francis asked "Why didn't
asking his support. Griffis we just write educational Elect .
said Grosse said he had specifications on phase 4?"
received no word of the It was pointed out that last
resignation, but would support June 20,projected costs of the
f Ressie. middle school project was
Cason said the "secret placed at $287,000, comparedto Bill
committee" had contacted $354,454 now. '.
1 Grosse, who "unknowingly"lent In other building program
r his support to the com- action, the board: 1 c
r"y mittee's recommendation. -Received 15 bids on the
Grosse said he had talked to kindergarten classrooms.See .
'9 Griffis and had agreed to ( article on bus routes). Chambers
support his brother. Grosse -Was told by Architect }
added that he talked to Cason Salley that he cannot recom-
about two days later and said mend spending $2,000 to
he had already been ap- demolish and fill in an old t'k
proached by J.D. Griffis and !steam under the sidewalk in
had supported Resale Griffis. front of the BHS B-Building a
Grosse explained that that which W.T. Jackson, Inc. is
may be the reason Cason said demolishing. Salley recom-
Grosse had "unknowingly" mended letting the pit stay Chief Of PoliceA'Ma"
supported Griffis, because he there, saying it constitutes no
had not known of, Cason's. immediate problem to the
/ nomination. BUS complex and is not dan-
t J.D. Griffis said he had gerous.
called Driggers Friday night Qualified And :

Aug. 8, to see if anyone had ,
Wrap yourself in these contacted him to make a BRADFORD
fur trimmed beauties. recommendation, and COUNTYTELEGRI M
: Fully lined. Pick a favorite Driggers replied that no one Published. every Thursday Trained For The Job.
fr. had Driggers said in an inter- at 138 W.Call Street .
style. Assorted i view Tuesday night that he SUrke.Florida ami
sizes, fabrics, and col't''t had been contacted Saturday, .,
ors. Perfect with pants, Aug. 9. by Resale Griffis asking 'Second Clan postage paid 10 Years Experience In City Law EnforcementWith
.
skirts, long or short. for his support. Driggers SUrke.FloridaSubscription
Priced to please,tool .w .e said he agreed to help him.
r
6 Years Serving As Assistant Chief
Mrs.Cason said Wednesday Rates:
afternoon that Driggers' office In trad*area:.....per
had called to notify her of year; $ .M six month and Acting Chief Of Police.
4 8 a Democratic Executive

$32 Committee for that day at 4 ,OvtaM*trade area: $T.M
p.m. lr year: 14."six monthsC0iNCILMAN Has Completed Over 500 Hours Of Law


Enforcement Training. Hours Are
((200 Required
., I. L. WOODIUII
Elect.
Use OurLay-A-Way GROUP 4 .By Florida Police Standards Council). '


It Cost No More' I WILL REPRESENT o THE- WISHES OF THE Vote For ft Elect i

MAJORITY OF THE PEOPLE AND NOT THE

WHIMS OF THE SPECIAL INTEREST

GROUP.C 1

Wfi3ilI1IWID.( (!) Former Owner of Gem .Jewelry, Member of: Bill Chambers.i.

o.E.S..i Mil.,.ti, SI IDe. and the Efts dub. ,

mCJaJlf5! I SHOPPING As a ..retired bmtnessnMui' with 20 ,...... experience i

/ CENTER PAYERS I can devote OF.full STARKE.Uaf time H. seeded to 'DIE'T.X Chief Of Police !

.. 311 Stark __ ". wed o to a '
FIB. itn .I -: will
.-.. 'Thuri :Sal Vot. nt Support, Ie ipprtclatf
9 to 9 -"Surl12 to e
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I School Board Abandons Purchase Of Church Property Next To BHS I



STARKE Citing lack of program ..1 a of break-even the before school begins in a few request to provide emergency vices is one of the most worth- Included phases IV and-V of of
cafe-
funds the Bradford SchoolBoar basis. Student use -Approved employment
weeks: one teacher at South- medical care for students while for which the county BUS, three kindergarten
abandoned 11 teria has been a problem for BMS consumer educationinstructor
Aug. side Elementary, two elemen- through county public health pays, is to talk to the State classrooms at Starke and
the proposal to purchase years, especially since many counselors and Cathy Norman as aparttime
tary guidance nurses. Board Attorney Gene Department of Education with Southside Elementaries,
'students automobilesand school hours
the St. Edwards have after
one media specialist.Was Shaw told the board a new law a decision to be made Mon- relighting existing classroomsat
Catholic Church leave school for lunch food service coordinator for a
property up told by Business for 1
places responsibility this Southside and Starke Ele-
adjoining Bradford High town. Manager Eddie Douglas the type medical care on the state day.Okayed a revision of its mentaries, relighting the $2,000 supplement. "That sure
:School.:; But the tight money situa- beats the $10,000 we've been
board has
an approximate department of Health and building priority list requiredby existing BHS auditorium.
The has been tion this in which funds ," Gaskins com
of-
year
property $7,500 cash carryover from Rehabilitative Services. the State Department of -Approved expenditure ,of paying
fered first the from,the state have remainedmore mented. The had a
to school board system
the 1974-75 which
budget the law
Though places the Education before state funds up to $1,000 to George Brown
and Monday night the Rev. or less constant but local ended In the black. fulltime food service coordin
up responsibility, nobody knew can be spent on buildings. The Air-Conditioning for pre- ByJim
tax to in the ,
Richard Bowles asked for a input participate -Approved a master plan whether MRS has funded the revision included for the first school maintenance of the ator.Took
commitment. Plans are to sell state funding program has for in-service education as Jockel,who and under advisementuntil
program. says the time the 10-classroom unit to heating cooling equip-,
the 2Mi acre tract and build a doubled has tightened school explained by Curriculum agreement with the local be built at Bradford Middle ment in the "round house"which Monday's meeting a pro
new church building on US-301 operating funds. Coordinator Lucille Payne. health department for serSchaefer- School. Previous priorities serves Bradford Middle posal of W.T.Jackson, Inc to Lawson
south of Starke. Citing the tight financial Now in its fifth year the in-ser Schnnl nnrf.. fh0. vn.tonh. ___ manta* dismantle for $2,500 a 4 by 8
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Misgivings about the school situation, Parrish, at Chairman vice training program Is man- -U'--1 foot cement pit found under
board purchasing expensive Rodney Hall's urging for dated by the State Depart- the sidewalk in front of B-

property fronting on US-301 some action on the matter, ment of Education. Schools Pledges To Have building at BHS which Jack JOHNNY APPLESEEDWAS
were voiced by Board Chair- moved to abandon the idea of must budget$5 per student for son has the contract to( NO MYTH

man Rodney Hall. Member purchasing the property The the teacher training program, demolish. Johnny Appleseed was
Arthur Gaskms said the board motion was unanimous -Was told by Supt. Jockel
a total of $20,698 for the com- He
hero. was
can't afford the property and In other business in the rou- ing year. Jockel praised the Election On Any AnnexationSTARKE work Is progressing on the no nurseryman mythical from Massa '

Member J.T. Parrish advised tine meeting Monday night, program, telling the board he new budget. chusetts whose real, name
forgetting the prospect in the board: prefers the system to have its f -Was told by Insurance '
-."As long I'm "Home rule" was the term in to was John Chapman.Born' ;
-Received as wasteful plants trying
which the board previously a glowing reporton own in-service in Agent James McCauley of '
the of 457 students program sitting here, any annexation used by Commissioner Marc conserve the supply. We (the increase in 1774. Mr. Chapman was .
had shown an interest. progress which local teachers decide Jackson Gainesville that no rate ,
The high school is badly'' in enrolled in the federal Title 1 where they need work, as question will come before the who noted that city of Starke) are way downon is in store for school reported to have spent'
annexation ,,
in could be decided much of' his life traveling
referendum
people a vote the list because
for students we operate
problem under the
need of It is
parking space. program opposed to multi-county train- either by the council personnel group about the United States -
said
or by of effi-
Mayor-Commissioner with due amount
also reported that a fast food from coordinator Cissy San- ing programs in which there referendum vote. insurance plan which has beenin seeds.
Charles Schaefer in said. planting apple
hamburger chain is interestedin tangini who said many of the would be less control over Mondayevening's Schaefer said that the ciency, Schaefer effect one year. McCauley He was Immortalized In. ; :
Commission council voted
City The unanimously
purchasing the property, students progressed two years training programs.Tabled meeting. meeting of Aug. 5 was on tape to renew contract reported claims of $88,000 American literature, but .; .
which school officials this past term in the K-3 pro- until leave the reserve in the fund
say a special available to interestedcitizen's
think that
The statement was made in any, with auditors Pervis and many persons
would present problems in meeting Monday,Aug. 18, at 5 low and that medical costs 't t
disposal, and .
gram.Was Loudon
response to a request by Art Gray, Inc. following discus. Johnny Appleseed was a .
keeping students on school told by Supt. Richard p.m. a request from the Brad- Loudon to clarity previous said he wanted to hear it. sion of hiring a new firm to do have gone up. 15.8 percent in mythical hero. This was 1
and in keeping the Jockel that four instructional ford Health "I the past
property County Depart- statements about annexation think the city would be the audit. year. certainly not the cave. I
required BUS ,food service people must .be employed ment for: its usual $5,600 procedures. Seven other foolish to give up the addi- "Before we go, I want to -Was told by Transportation -, Johnny Appleseed was a

Starke residents joined Lou tional tax roll if the County inform the council that sincewe Supervisor Jesse Moore man who liked to see things
.. .
r- --I don in the request.., Commission approves zoning are having negotiationswith that 30 of the system's 37 brow. He wandered '. .;
and school buses are ready to roll
Commissioner Vernon the apartments are electrical workers, be throughout the midwest,
Silcox built," concluded Commissioner now. Moore praised the workof apple seeds wherever .
said that his understanding careful what you say on the planting
of city attorney Jimmy McRae. street," said Schaefer. He Quincy Gardner, vo-tech he roamed.'
George Pierce's statementswas The Council then considered noted that one of the city offi- automotive instructor pulled Seeds grow into trees,
that annexation could a decision on bids for garbage cials had commented on the into maintenance program and trees bear fruit., We
-Get to happen only if 15 percent of trucks, voting unanimously to negotiations in public, causinga when two regular mechanicswere provide our customers with'
the surrounding residents accept the bid of $12,740 on a complaint to be filed by the out because of illness. As the very finest service.
approved. Garwood body from Bennett representative union. A hearing recommended by the state, a 'This policy has borne
Truck Equipment Co. in the parts inventory, daily vehicle fruit satisfied customers
know. on complaint was
1 Orlando, and the Terwillegar I inspection and a 25-day who continued to do
t 1t? expected during the meeting,
,
q 1 3 ApplicationsSet Motor Co. bid of $25,632 for a said City Clerk Merrill Ed- periodic maintenance schedule business with us.
1976 Ford truck has been set up. The
Total
body. wards, but no one showed up
cost of mechanics recently moved
the completed assem-
defend the
For Zoners to complaint.
bly is $38,372 and expected into a new $200,000 operations
delivery date is set for three center and warehouse near

Only three applications are 2 ChargedIn the middle school. There arc
I A 1 on the agenda for the regular months. some 50 school vehicles in- STARK! FLORIDA
meeting of the Bradford Commissioner Harold Epps cluding 37 buses and 10 main
announced that the executive tenance vehicles.
County Zoning Board Tues- ShootingSTARKE
director of the North Central
day, Aug. 26, at 7:30: p.m. Florida
One matter, held from Regional Planning
over
the last meeting, is the application will Council hold, a Charles special session F. Justice with, A local woman'has Starke KOA
of Cardin Brothers for
a been admitted to
the commission Tuesday, Sept a
Doyle E. Connor change in classification from. 2,at 5 p.m. A presentation will Gainesville hospital and her
BR (business) to MS (permitting former husband still at large
be given by Charles Harwoodat
assembly of septic that time to explain plan following a shooting incident Now Has

tanks) on their property ,on ning programs for counties Monday night.. ,., .
U.S. 301 south of Starke. "' "
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and municipalities.A Mrs. Maurice White, 44, { *
William H. ChandlerTwo Also on the agenda are the sigh .of relief was expressed received head and shoulder & ..,-." .
application of Othma Normanfor by commissioners following wounds in the 8:20: p.m. Incident -

change from OR to BA on a report by Schaefer on ,. CONVENIENTECONOMICAL..
one acre of property west of an Orlando natural gas con- Lt. Lane Sibley,and officers
Lawtey,to permit operation of ference he attended with the Roman Alvarez and Willie '. '
an auto repair shop; and the city gas superintendent."Looks Searcy responded to the call
good reasons to let Federal
Guaranty serve you application of Ralph Bryan, like we're in no 'at the 914 N. Oak St. address.
associated with Bill" Powell immediate danger of havingour There they found Mrs. White
These two men have provpfjjhefjrpbllfflea'in' business and finance. Real Estate Co., to permit ,, gas supply limited, and transferred her to Brad- ( l/PGAS)

", rw _,As part of.'the Oiuaranty FejJergyeam\ ,. these, .competent,,successful _. "home occupation" for Jynl because,the federal govern- ford County Hospital. She was .'.
:. businessmenVJrovldo: two good reasons tor you to save with us.. .. office at his residence on S.K..: ment is. mainly concerned later transferred to a Gaines- "<-* .
230 east of Starke.Youth with elimination of the big ville hospital.: I

Get to know the friendly people at Guaranty FederalAnn. Investigator George
Tomasovitch has the case

,19, RecoveringFrom under further investigation Texgas
and is
searching for her
AMinim...... .
Minimum Tn- '
YAId' ".. Term InraMnwnl Account divorced husband Willie
7.79'110 750% 4Yn. 1.00O Cartillcats! l Fractured Neck Mack Williams.. Open 7
779% 750% 1.1OYr.. 100,000 C.rlillct* Jimmie Lee Childers was Days
896% 675% 2V Yrs 1,000 Certifies. released on $1,000 bond
STARKE and
After tense diagnosed traction had
a 72
672% 650% 1 Year 1,000 Cartlflul' after I
hours, word was received corrected the pressure Monday being charged.
992% 5.75% MDayi 1,000, Certified ,
,539% 5.25'110 NONE NONE Passbook Sunday that 19-year-old Joey somewhat, Joey began to with Childers aggravated assault., Week I
Bakken will make a complete Improve: Both vertebrae have is charged with
recovery from the fractured moved back into,, proper shooting Samuel McNeal in For Home Service
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position. the leg Sunday afternoon at
'WHEN EARNINGS ABE neck sustained Wednesdaynight
ALLOWED TO COMPOUND DAILY I
A mtettntM. pmalty.It required far nrly" .wUMrmnl.. ,on eertllloele.. pl..... Aug. 13. The doctor, according to 5:15: in front of the RJE schoolin
Sc ;'Savlngt Programs ere subject/ to be withdrawn without notice Bakken was tussling with Joey's uncle, Harry Green, Reno.
his brother, Gary, and friends would give no false encouragement Probable cause has been KOA Camp GroundsU.
who were chasing Joey in Green said, 'established by the state, and a
Guaranty Federal attempt to administer "licks" however, he could see .that public defender appointed for '
Savings&Loan Association for Joey's 19th birthday. young Bakken was per- the case. S. 301 South
forming movement the doctor
Rounding a tree Joey collided

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not told
family was until
I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: Lawrence Boulevard & Sylvan Way/473-4952/ the collision of Joey's
Sunday morning that
second and fourth vertebraewere would make a complete Joey .

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: s I' function. Joey is no noviceat
.m. --,,--- cord. The result was instant making recoveries from
tent sewuse n01n.e ---.- paralysis from the neck down. adversity; he has twice ..
Joey was taken to the regained use of a damagedknee 1
University of Florida Medical on which a doctor said he !
Center where doctors placed would never again walk. In
him in traction. Doctors found fact, Bakken was about to ONE-HALF .i
one vertebra
misplaced butBakken's attend softball practice when
condition continuedto the accident occurred in the

To The Voters. I cord difficulty worsen swelling.Further breathing; he. began, his to spinal have yard US-301 of north Mrs. of Boots Starke.Green on i the cost insulation =

k Bakken is the son of Mr. and
x-rays from dif- Mrs. Joe Bakken, he
was just for'your
home
ferent angles revealed the
fourth vertebra was also married two months ago to the I

Of fractured. Once that_ ..was former Susan Faulkner. : WHEN YOU
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Elect( N.LWOODBURNCOUNCILMAN I THE SUPER ROUND ONE :


I'm Jimmy Bowen the }"a' CARRIER 38SE
man you electedin GROUP 4 I
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pledge is the same today as it was then: I WILL REPRESENT THE WISHES OF THE central air conditioner around. .

To be your full time Chief; To recognizethe MAJORITY OF THE PEOPLE AND NOT THE And that's not just our opinion .
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served as a Police Officer from'1961 to 1966. I served as your elected City :TAX' PAYERS OF STARKE. I Reg. 12' time to buy central air .conditioning .. .

Councilman from 1969 to 1971. I am now serving as your elected Chief of rout Vote and Support Will Bt. Apireolatd' system that or to is replace probably your wasting old I

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While I have been your Chief I have operated within our budget. We'now J ft J 'Contractors I per w. ft. For Full Details' ..
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven


August 21, 1975 TELEGRAPH Page Norman's 2nd Place Finish In State i



Earns Berth In Regional: TournamentNorman's 1


Farms Softball second place winners. By '-' were Sandra Norman Vicki Suburban Realty and Nor- I

Team finished second in the placing second Norman's Overman, Linda Cubbedge man's Farm will representthe I
Women's Open Slow Pitch Farm won a berth in the and Sue Trieste. Women's State Open Division I
State Tournament held the regional tournament in Satel- The next game of the in the Regional Tourna- ,
Asa'4. t weekend of Aug 8-10 at West- lite Beach this weekend, Aug. tournament was the most ment to be held in Satellite I
Mr RF side Park in Starke. 2224.Norman's. exciting one as Norman's and Beach, Aug: 2224. Suburbanwill
; State champ is Suburban opened the Suburban Realty played nine play the Launderettesfrom I
Realty from Pensacola, also tournament with a 2-1 win innings with Norman's winn- Apopka, Fla. and Nor- '
Finish- over the Chicklets from Sarasota man's will play the Metro
Suburban
state champs in 1974. ing by a 7-2 score.
ing third was SurplusSalvagefrom Linda Cubbedge scored picked up their two runs in the Champ from Mobile, Ala.
i1 Panama City, and fourth the winning run on a base hit first Inning and Norman's The Region 1 and Region 2
the by Sharon Dykes in the bottomof champs will be decided in the
place belongs to Socialites picked up one run In the third v
the .
from Boynton Beach.MayorCommissioner. eighth inning.Norman's and in the fifth to send the Regional Tournament and
of won their second game into extra Innings. Neither they will compete in the
Mn' game by a 4-0 score over the National ,Tournament to be !
Starke, Charles Schaefer, pre- team could score in the
Socialites. hitters
sented trophies to the first and Leading eighth inning, but Norman's held in Jacksonville over the
Montez and
were Wynn Kelly
scored five runs in the top of Labor Day weekend.
the ninth with big hits by Vicki Norman's Farm, host team
Sandra Norman Overman and Montez Wynn. for the state tournament, I
REDDING EVERETT second place Women's accepts the Suburban failed to score in the would like to thank all the fans '
Slow Pitch State Tournament Open bottom of the ninth inning. and the many individuals that
V' fr trophy from Suburban Realty won the helped make this an outstand-
4. is v; JOIN COACHING STAFFTwo Charles Schaefer.Starke Mayor final game of the state champ ing tournament. Norman's I
tournament by a 4-0 score would also like to thank the
t .1 coaches have been added to the Bradford High Richards. Norman's held the over Norman's. Norman's area businesses and indivi-
School football staff this year, announced Head Coach Socialites to only four hits could manage only four hits duals that helped in producingthe
David Hurse. with some good defense and and two of those by Sandra program which was given
Butch Redding,captain and middle guard of the 1965 pitching by Sandra Norman.In Norman. free at the tournament.

Members of Norman's Farm women's Softball team are(I-r): BHS Class A state championship Tornado team, at- the next game Suburban' ta_ sra..
First row: Claudia Townsend,Kathy Blackburn Vicki Overman,and Violet Kendall. tended the University of Tampa on a football scholar- Realty,played probably their
ship. Redding coached the varsity line at BHS two best game of the collect-
Second row: Sharon Dykes Montez Wynn Sue Tried, Debra Bleasda Ie. Linda Cubbedge. year
Third row: Statistician Andy Strickland Barbara Koontz. Diane Jordan. Coach Townsend years ago and has returned to coach the junior varsity ing 19 hits and scoring 15 runs JAMES McCRARY'S
Strickland, Cookie Mundorff Sandra Norman, and Sponsor L.M. Norman Jr. Not shown: said Hurse. to beat Norman's 151. Nor-
Sheryl Jackson. Ron Everett is beginning his first year of coaching man's could not get any of- Concrete Service
after performing as quarterback and defensive back at fense generated as they had
Mississippi State University Everett was also an out- only eight hits. Three of those
standing high school athlete at Santa Fe, said Hurse, belonged to Sandra Norman Specialising In
Tornadoes Open Practice"First participating in basketball, baseball and track as well and two belonged to Vicki

as football. Everett played in both football and base- Overman. PATIOS DRIVEWAYS ADDITIONS
ball High School All-Star games his senior year, flume After dropping to the loser's
two days of practice get as much done as the offensive Marty Russell. '
bracket Norman's eliminated
have gone well," reports?! BHS team. They must react Coach Mike Sexton's line- said."We. ,
football coach David Hurse. from really feel fortunate in having these two Surplus Salvage by a 4.2
full-speed keys given by impressive
backing crew is looking PHONE 964-6606
talented men on our staff," Hurse commented. score. Norman's scored all After 4:00: P.M.
"However, it's hard to estim- offense for a coach to aster to Hurse at this early
ate what we'll be like this four runs in the second inningon 533-2159
year tain how well they will be date Seniors Curtis Crawfordand
because we're !just working getting the job done," Hurse Paul Jenkins have workeda tour l hits. Leading hitters
out in shorts this week and little harder on defensive
won't"wear pads till next Mon- says.However, he does reveal,, maneuvers than Clark to date, UCH Grid Squad Church Softball ??? HavMf Credit Problems
day. that Pooser and so that Clark could concentrate -
Scott Jimmy
So far the leaders and the Clark, the only two lettermen on offense. All three State Tournament Trying To Buy A Home???
players looking best to Hurse returning from last year's fine have shown quickness and are
in practice are last year's let- defensive team, look promising reacting well, Hurse reports. Small but Agileweek ; Begins Here FridayFirst Maybe We Can Help.You Move Into A 2 or 3 BR
termen Jimmy Prevatt at in their ability to hold the The defensive secondary
quarterback Jimmy Clark at defense together has looked impressive despite "Coaches will have to coach Methodist Church of SUMCO HOME
fullback and Richard Lashleyat inexperience: Arnie Gibson, in preparation tor Sept. Starke will host the 1975
halfback. Supporting them at defen- Emmitt Bright, Jerome this year in Union County, 12 opening with West Nassau, Church State Softball Tourna- Within Just A Matter of Days
sive end are juniors Keith
Hurse says Kenny Aycox is Carter and Jay Godwin, Hurse Reddish and Franklyn Bell. says coach Jack Union Jones High with football a grin. the only AAA team they play ment Aug. 22.23.Defending SUMCO HOMES Are Built Under The Souther
this season. This week is
also looking good, showing says. Currently number one Supporting these four' "We have a lot of ability and champion Standard Code And Are State
devoted to and Building
conditioning
exceptional speed and quick- defensive tackles are senior Hurse says, are Richard but aren't blessed Turkey Creek will be retur-
we
while well both and speed review of basic defense and ning, as well as teams from
ness executing Wayne Scott and sophomore Lashley Kenny Aycox with the talent we've, And FHA ApprovedLOW
defensively and offensively. (who are currently going both amazing' offense procedures, working Tallahassee, Lakeland,
Aycox was a JV runningback ways), Willie Perry, Sam had Jones in the is working past. with a 14- in shorts, Jones tells us. Haines City and Palatka. Down Payments LOW Monthly Paymanta LOW Interest

last year, and this year will JV Grid Drills Bennett, Erie Biggs and veteran squad that's smaller Winner of this tourney will go .(you may possibly quality for NO Down Payment)
switch off with Lashley at Kenny Hampton. than last year's team, but still "Quarterback Danny Hazenis on to compete in a national Call''-Ua For Complete Information Without Obligation
looking good, and running
halfback as well as running "Next week we'll be better tournament.
Begin MondayThe and
with
able how we'll do and expects to win agility backs Sam Jackson and Luke Games will begin Friday at
tailback some, Hurse says.- to say plans to be at the state playoffs ,BildRfte Inc Licensed General'Contractors
Smith look
Tommy Edwards will bed junior varsity football who will be doing it this very' promising, 1:30: p.m. and continue ,
again. -- '
ing a fine job at offensive team of Bradford High School season,'"'Hurse predicts: "The team Is'much more Jones'says., through Saturday night. First P. 0. Box 86 Brooker" FIa.-Phone 4S5-1621
tackle this year; Hurse pre= will have its first meeting and "The boys have apparently advanced at this point in time On the defensive side, Jonesis Methodist of Starke will play ,
diets. Edwards, first-string reported back in good condition counting on two-year its first game at 4:30: Friday.
practice Monday, Aug. 25, at 9 than the team was this time Area Dealer For SFarmer's HOMES
All State tackle last displays a.m.. in the field house. and morale is I high, last We had a good veteran end Tim Whiteheadand Passes will be $1.
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fine leadership qualitiesboth All interested ninth and possibly due to good senior practice for the new backs Jimmy Mobley and I
on and off the field. tenth grade boys are invited to leadership that is twelve-man payers, and knowing the Glen Kemp, who have played
Steve Earnest, the team's be present, says Coach Butch strong this year. You have to season start is just around the 23 consecutive ball games for
best and only tight end is Redding. have. leadership in order to corner, they're really working the varsity squad. Mutual Exchange
reacting well at his position,' Players should pick up win, so this has been a reassuring hard," Jones said. Jones says the AA Tigers
Hurse says. Earnest is a forms for physical examina- and pleasant surprise The Tigers will practice will play P.K. Yonge, Chief- Membership
junior who acquired some tions this week at the field ," Hurse says. morning and night,five days a land, Santa Fe, Hawthorne,
experience as a freshman on house and have them completed Williston, Newberry, Cross
the JV team but didn't play by their doctor forMonday's -- City and Crescent City this

last Two year.sophomore tackles ..practice.-! ____ SUMCO 2 & 3 BR HOMESIdeal year, a total of nine games. Appreciation Day SALE

have been working hard and Florida has five species of Permanent Homes -
are much improved from bass the largemoulh buss, River Or Lake Homes Weekend Retreats
spring training Bobby Smith the Florida largemouth bass SUMCO HOMES Are Built Under The Southern FLORIDATHEATRE Annual Meeting lie' ..hm.nt.
and Calvin Iteames. the Suwannee bass, the '
Both centers Jeffrey Jockel spotted bass and .the redeye Standard Building Code and Are State and
and Lawrence Budget look ,bass. Sal Au 23
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Junior Erie Biggs and confident a enough compass to point 'BildRite, Inc. Licensed General Contractors Prize I
sophomore Ken Hampton are Business Meeting 12:30Appr.ciatian
competing with Jackson Prevail without tramblmg. P. O. Bo 88. Brooke, Fit, Phone 48S-1SH Seventh VoyageOf
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Hurse promises that all three Sinbad
will see act ion but the one who "-
proves to be most consistent I IPrnaure PLUS : SpecialsGold
'will bo starting and playingmore
than the olher two.
Hurse reports good news in Hercules and The Kist
the offensive guard situation. TIM

Perry Bryan, a transfer from ,Captive Women t
Keystone Heights who weighsin DOGNUGGETS :
at 1'JO has been added to the S.lt.lack
'team. Sun. Mon. & Tues.

",. "Bryan's experience as a
SO LB
football! player will be an asset Zipcide
for him ut offensive guard as nil /
well as !for the team" Hurse
si\s. 25 Lb. $290 DUST BAG 3
Gerald; : Simmons and Lee FOR
(Casey., the other offensive I, a
shown great 50 LB 580 10No. *1190 $OOO
improvement from the spring
and have shown good quick-
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TELEGRAPH August 21,1975



I Vandals Ruin Last Day the :'back l t o:school


Of... Girl Scout Day*J Camp D ........... '0-" .. .... ." .

Vandals slashed and spilled missing and supplies dumped", c.x: I
creating a terrible mess, ABC'S
Girl Scout Day Camp suppliesand

Neyati equipment during the at night Camp of Mrs.Four Eaves 12 x'said.' 12 rubber tents savingS--

Aug. 13, according to camp valued at $86.90 apiece had
director Mrs. Carolyn Eaves, long gashes in the sides and of
who estimated damage at flaps had been cut off. All of Irftj- centers [
family
$400. the ten tents at the camp had
"When we arrived for been damaged in some way,, _
Thursday's (Aug. 14)) final day Mrs. Eaves said.
camp activities, we found all Craft supplies were dumpedor
of them poured into other supplies, / We Will Be
the tents down, many
cut with knives, ,the canoe kool-aid emptied into packages first-aid had kits been and mru pD mruru C''mll pQ : Hippy To Golden T

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when the canoe was found tiedto SHOPPING''' Rtlund Your MontyII ,
ObituariesMrs. a Kingsley Lake resident's U.S. 301 South Starke FI a. You An Nut
dock later in the day, paddles CENTER ,. S.tltllld With PENCIL PACK
.-------------. were broken and life Your Purchiugreat
Open Mon Wed 9 to 8 Thurs Sat 9 to 9 Sun 12 to 6
Marg. Brown preservers were gone
"It took all morning to cleanup
Funeral services for Mrs. the mess. Some of the girls Assorted colors. 5 17. '
42 4-
Brown of Starke were really upset because we All
100% Polyester %$, Pencils per pack..
will held today Thursday, had done nothing to deserve it, I, Jcii > it" |leads.
Aug.21 at 4 p.m. in the DeWittC. but by the afternoon we were *>*Z\\
Jones Chapel.The able to finish up our day camp LIMIT 4 PACKS
Rev. George L. Harperwill projects," Mrs. Eaves said. SHELL ATh
officiate. Burial will be in Gateway Girl Scout Council, e
Crosby Lake Cemetery. a north-central Fla.

The 57-year-old Mrs. Brown organization serving more Sleeveless styles of 1 100% Polyester in white, Ladies'G I ayo I a
than 10,000 scouts, provides
died Tuesday morning of
f fashion colors. Great with or without a jacket.
for ,
She born in equipment day camps so
cancer.Orange Springs was, Florida and the use of tents is now limitedfor sizes S, M, L. Part of your great looks for work orcampus. CRAYONS

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was a member of the First all the groups representedin
United Methodist Church in the council, reports Mrs. '
u' r 16 Per box. Assorted
Starke. Eaves. The six tents bought
Survivors include her with local funds had been brilliant colors.
husband, Circuit Court Clerk taken down the night before 6 6

Gilbert Brown, her mother, the incident and were not $ I .. caAYO aIt
Mrs. Lydia Wimberly, damaged.
Jacksonville; three sons, "Paints, glue, crayons and L8.M7ooao.
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Marvin Brown, Starke, Ed- paper at the camp were those 24
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ward Brown,Jacksonville and used all year in various activities -
sonow troops will haveto EACH
Bill Brown of Tallahassee; BOX
start all over in gathering
brother, William H.
Wimberly supplies. Mrs. Eaves said.
of Uvalda, Georgia; 1 sister,
Mrs. Eaves said she called
Mrs. Rosa Lee Smith of Titus- the Clay County sheriff, but 100% (
ville; and 3 grandchildren. without evidence or witnessesto Polyester $ (111Lt11L14i1PULLON

indicate the vandals'
Mrs. Floy BennettMrs. identity, little' hope of ap-

died Saturday. Floy B.evening Bennett, ,Aug.66, One prehending of the them girls was attending given. PANT V 1 i THEARRANGER

camp who lives on a corner of II "
16, in Jacksonville's St. Vincent I
the property reported ,
Hospital following a long seeing camp some boys in the Solid colors to coordinate with jacquards, prints, toes, I
illness. swimming area early in the shells. Easy care 100% Polyester. Pull-on flare
Born in Lawtey on Jan. 15, evening, but could not identify style in white, red and fashion colors. Sizes 10 to 18.' I :; .'u
1909, Mrs. Bennett was them. The 6 pocket insert
married to the late H.: Troy with 30
Bennett, also of Lawtey. who"It just was happened probably some up on kids the I count arranger pad of ruled

Estelle Survivors Williamson include: daughter of Mac- camp, because you can't see it \ for j r paper.

clenny; sons Hiram W. (Bus- from the road. If someone 8 8 work or I w' '
walked up from the lake ( a v
ter), Donald, and Gary
Bennett of Lawtey; brother two-mile hike) they were $8 play!
Ivory Thompson of Lawtey; pretty ambitious" and came for I $197
sister Thelma Harris of .a purpose, Mrs. Eaves said.' Ij
Starke; 12 grandchildren and A total of 27 Girl Scouts and PAIR ". j EACH
Brownies attended the two-
one great-grandchild.
Funeral services were week, eight-day camp, which
Tuesday, Aug. 19, at 2 p.m. in included one overnight stay. I Golden T G
the First Baptist Church of "What worries me is that
Lawtey, where Mrs. Bennettwas people's homes could be in COMPOSITIONGOLDEN
a member. She was bur- danger these people decideto
ied in the Evergreen Ceme do it again.. Next year we
tery at Raiford. may have to keep someone out .. ; ul l I: ., BOOK
there every. night ,to keep GOLDEN FRUIT OF THE LOOM W"""' ) -/ I

Frank T.Lee, 72 ,- things safe.,I'll have to think f,,' .' ." f w t.4\ ., o"" Assorted color covers,. .'I t
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about it between-now and next
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Funeral services will standard
be '
Aug. 2," Mrs. Eaves said \11 uled2pages.book
I
held for Frank 'T. Lee, 72, ? I Q with 40
Keystone Heights today at 2 I
pm. in the DeWitt C. Jones ..
Chapel. The Rev. Lawrence MEN'S \ 4 $100
Carroll will officiate. Burial a ;;

will be in Keystone Heights SERVICE MEN L' v,, ? A FOR LIMITS
Cemetery,with Masonic rites
conferred at the graveside. .. : T-SHIRTS !
The family requests Tommy FILLED
donations be made in lieu of Harris, son of -.
flowers to the Keystone Mrs. Mary L'. Green, of
Shrine Club for the crippled Hampton, has been promotedto 1 ; AND BINDER
children's hospital.Lee Army speciahst-4 while *e
died m the North serving as a clerk with the 3rd 'tfjjjjj:;:: {::::::: ::
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Gainesville Monday weinfurt, Germany. I BRIEFS I
morning I' r' I :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ruled pages and subject

was following born in a O'Brien long illness., Florida He :: : ::::::::: ::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::::::::\;, I Men's :! dividers. 1" Rings.

and Heights lived He for In the retired Keystone past from six Card Of Thanks :\t': I !IIIIIIIlllil!!! IIIlilillI1!!!!! !!


years.the Peninsular was Life In- '::'":'$::.,.:....-.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: PKG. OF3 Y@WJ&1Nf$13Z

surance Company. He was a 50% Dacron" Polyester and 50% CHsAHMIRBTRA
member of the First Baptist IN MEMORYIn Cotton.Wrinkle and shrink resistant."
Church, the Melrose loving memory of our .
Lodge ..
No. 89, F. & A.M., the mother, Margaret Albert Mc- .-if-.' Easy to take care of when lie's back I DUO TANG
Morocco Temple and the Cloud, who passed away on campus. No-seam 'collar t-shirt
Keystone Shrine Club. August 14, 1974 l\ \] and double seat briefs with I long-life 1 100% Sanforized' Cotton

the We remember your desire for elastic mean real comfort. Sizes S, work style shirt in Chambray ,BINDER
family to together. We
stay
James S. MeriwetheJames M. L, XL. blue. Shrink resistant,
r loved you but God loved you I great
best C ) "rt for on and off campus. Men's y'
8-1/2"x 11"Binder with 3
S. Meriwether, 78, '.
Choice. sizes S, M, L. XL.
Your .
of Half Moon Lake, Keystone The prongs. Assorted solid colors. '
Famly
PKG OF 3 :
Heights, died Monday Aug. .
II, in the Veteran's Ad- !
ministration Hospital in CARD OF THANKSWe
Lake City following a long wish to thank the many 69
illness. friends and neighbors for the $3': $444 13 LIMIT
Born in Prattville, kindness shown during the ill- great forbacktoschool s

Alabama on Sept. 23, 1896, ness and loss of our love one, '
Mr Meriwether had lived in George Cheshier. Words cannot EACH PKG. EACH
Keystone Heights since 1965. convey the appreciation for the comfort! I
food, flowers, cards and phone
He was a member of the calls May God bless each of ,
Methodist Church a Marine
veteran of World War I, anda you.
member of the I
Keystone- -The Cheshier Family INFANT
Melrose American Legion >,
Post 202. Mr Meriwetherwas == Golden "T" S.V.L. I
F WALKER
a retired engineer. t .,
Survivors include his wife, FARM SUPER VINYL LATEX
Alice F. Meriwether; two A parcel of land rip for Painted tubular legs, plastic bumpers and casters. -
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daughters Mrs Betty subdivision.
Lewis of Atlantic Beach and 7"i'
Mrs. Nell Hudson of WALL PAINT
Orlando; one sister: Mrs. OUR '
Hattie Swaney of Raleigh, LOW $379 ;, 1 This paint dries quickly to i Hat
N.C., and four grand- PRICE \\ .#.16201 1 .' )l ) ,. !finish Gives your home a,professional
children. \ I interior Decorator colors -.
Services were held Friday &
afternoon, Aug. is, in the Leamon Ward officiating. 'Utz 'V
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at Burial was in Keystone, .
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Keystone Heights with Rev: Heights Cemetery. '

; : $4,97
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Elect N.L.WOODBURNCOUNCILMAN .:.::{\ y.. NURSERYCHAIR dt'

GROUP 4
7488 :> ,'

I WILL REPRESENT THE WISHES OF THE e'' .2-: .
MAJORITY OF THE PEOPLE AND NOT THE Reliance" ,Golden! S.V.L.
WHIMS OF THE SPECIAL Folds completely) for easy : l
INTEREST
SEAT storage or travel. Finished SUPER VINYL LATEX
GROUP. INFANT .In Natural Oak.Plaitic\ seat. 3401 'eY ":"

Former Owner of Gem Jewelry, Member of: "
Lemon. Belt with
White, Avocado, or Safety
O.E.S., Masons, Shrine, and the Elks Club. adjustable play bells. HOUSE PAINT

A... a retired businessman. with 20 experience 88 ", 7' .
years $
$ Big savings on 'this quick drying, tasy
I can devote full dm if needed to THE' T.6.tr." $197 4 clean-up paint No stirring, dripless, 59'
TAX PAYERS OF STARKE. LOW c dries to, a smooth low-sheen finish. _
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PRICE .IONPage. ,
Year Iota cud.. tMMrt Will Be Appreciate.




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NewsELIZABETH
WIT,, Food Stamps

GIVENS WALKER gQ further atWinnDixie I

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SCHOOL) ) NEWS (
School bells will ring for all .
teachers In Bradford County -
for the preplanning session
August 26 Students will begin -
September 2, for the 1975.76 IEBU. .s
term Everyone is planning I,
for a successful year.
tti! ,
fllUKCII NEWS:
..Greater Allen Chapel AME: ,.
Church Rev KG. Ileastie, t
pastor Prayer Meeting and lyf PEOP
Class Meeting each Tuesday BEEF
night. Sunday services will
begin with Church School at 10 '
am. Men's Day will be observed -
At 11 a.m. the speaker
will be Hermon Johnson
president of Bradford County
Branch NAACP All members PRICES GOOD AUG. 21 THRU AUG. 27
and friends are invited to
attend and cooperate with this KRAFT (Limit 1 w7.50 purchota or more excluding cigarettes) E '
activity. All captains are
asked to please contact each RRAI TMayCiatsr
member and inform of the KEY-BUY MAYONNAISE. aT.
duty each is to perform. At :3 1 .1AR 88e
p.m. the Fellowship (Hour will .
be held and the Men's Day
activity will terminate after MAXWELL HOUSE BAG (Limit 1 w/$7.50 purchase or more excluding cigarettes)
this service. All captains are
asked to be ready to make SAVE 10 LILAC JUMBO ROLLPAPER
'
ILB
their reports at this time. COFFEE 78e
The Baby Contest will BAG
terminate Sunday Sept. 14. TOWELS . ., .
All members are asked to *
cooperate with this activity, SAVE lie 180-CT. PKO. ARROW ASSORTED THRIFTY AAAID CUT

for Bethel success Baptist Church. Rev $ 0O =
NAPKINS
Leroy Davis pastor. Weekly GREEN BEANS CANS
services began with Vacation .i. 3
Bible School from 6 to 7 p.m..
'Monday at 6 p.m. August 18-:
1 '
FRESH FROZEN SHOSTRINGPOTATOES
22. Sunday services will begin
with Bible School at 9:45.: At II r
a.m. the youth of the church h rl
will be in charge of services 4 IV4-LB. $100 ., 1
Evening: services at 4:30.: Al 38 '. .. PKGS ... \
members are asked lo attenc .
the fellowship (Hour at 3 p.m EACH \ s
,at Greater Allen Chapel SUPERBRAND USDA INSPECTED GRADE "A" FRESH FLORIDA ALL WHITE 1 \

Church.Kbo/cnrr: Baptist 'hurch, s w
Iti'V. Leroy Davis pastor, lARGE EGGS DOZ, 58C s?'..
service as follows: Weekly
!services began with Prayer _
'Meeting( and Bible Study
combined at 7:30.: Church SAVE 31c 200-CT. PKO. ARROW
School will terminate services
lor the day. Regular services
will lie held! Sunday S-pt. 7. FACIAL TISSUE 1
Tin' True Chinch of God in W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF If
I'nit.v.! Elder: Sampson While
SAVE 17c 2-ROIL PKO. ARROW r
pastor Prayer Band is held
each Monday at 7:30.:: Each 1?
Wednesday night Terry BATH TISSUE CHUCK < .. r .
service Friday night Pra'erIl'l.tmt.t .
:\ iind preaching ser s ; -
;y.
vice. Sunday services begin 4 v
'w ith Church School at 10 a.m. ..
:Morning service. I II I a.m. and 8 ROAST ..- r r .
'- .
p.m.St.. $1 l -
. Julius :Missionary
, li.iptisi'hu't'h! Kev:,William,' SAVE 51c LI.
llulfman/ pastor.:Prayer Band 3
meeting at 12 noon each
Mondav. Wednesday night FOR
I'raver Meeting. and Bible W-D BRAND USDA CHOICI
.
Study, Thursday night Choir
rehearsal.Mt. CHUCKSTEAK : '
Zion AME ( hurch.
l lotl\\ley, Hev. Richard Bethel,
xistor. Church School will V NMENT GRADE
II III III It III III S III III III
begin at 10 a.m. Morning
service' lit II. Afternoon NEW CROP SAVE U. S. CH ICE
.service 4 p m. Visitors

aluavs( welcomeirrulpr! Itrt. h lehemKrrruill BARTLETTPEARS LB 31V ,$ .
)18 ------------
ll.iplisl Church Kev. 3 $1
Jasper Williams pastor. IBS. LB. BONELESS 1
:Monda.v night Tiny Tots I
rehearsal, also Ushers Board
:No': 2 will meet Tuesday nightI'raver SAVE 50c W-D BRAND (TWELVE %-lB. PATTIES) I ROAST SALE I

Choir Meeting No.< 1 Wednesdaynight rehearsal. 1 W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE 1
the andcongregation (NEW SIZE) ASTOR MAKES A OAUONOrange Beef Patties 3 $199
Thursday night pastor SAVI 31 c LB.)

servicea Church (in the 1..lwley.Freewill will Baptist render Friday Juice CAN 99C BOX I SIRLOIN TIP ROAST I I

night ('holrl'hl'arsal, \ for the SAVE 41 c LB. W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF FULL CUT BONELESS 1 SAVE lie W-D BRAND USDA CHOICI
,Junior( hoi... Sunday is I' RIB ROAST
Trustee I Day The Youth of(the MORTON 88 1
Church will have charge TURKEY. BIIF, TURKEY TITRAZZINI Round Steak LB. $1 1 31c W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE I
Evening; service.. Opm. SALISBURY, WHAT LOAF OR CHICKENDINNERS: I'RUMP ROAST

SAVE 41"c W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS TOP

I. Round Steak $198 1 I; $1 982 1 I
LB
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} $1 I
FRESH PORK 3LB. DOWN


4.i.L111 e.r ;: DINNERS 11-ox. 1 Spare Ribs .: 'a. $139tl 1 I,

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JUMBO WESTERN SAVE 17C ARMOUR VIENNA

SunduSunday School. Cantaloupes 21uMBG9 1 SAUSAGE' 3 5-oz" $. I oo

il-43: : Morningorship.Council. 5 U e e e e e e e CANS
a m.: Church p.m;
Church Training 6:15: pm.:
Evening; Worship. 7:30: p.m. VINE SIPS,
dins Ensemble. U. S. No.1 VENT VUE REGUALRPOTATOES
:Monday
B:40: p.m:: Youth. Choir.7 p.m Tomatoes . 16. 39C.
Wednesday Family "Night 1C LB. 99C
Supper, 6:15: p.m.; Sunday HARVEST FRESH GREEN (NO HEAD OVER 2901| BAG '
e e e
School Workers Mtgs.. K.A.'g. 12CIIBBY .
GActeens. World Cabbage .. ll.
Friends Mission Friends 6:45:
pm.; "Hour of Power". 7:30: REGULAR ON PINK DEL MONTE! CUTLemonade

p.m.Thursday; Church-Choir Adult 8:13: Ladies p.m. 6..... $119 GREEN BEANS 4 16.D=. $. l

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Handbell group. 12 a.m.; CANS
.
. Visitation 7 pm FOX Dl LUXI CHEESI. HAMIUROIII OR > :

I Visitation Saturday! 8:30:. Bus a.m. Ministry Sausage Pizza I-: 79C <. ->
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W-O BRAND

ASTOI.ODHooICOI Limas 2 10... 79. I 12-0&- = <: 89e
Baby '1105.: FRANKS .
St. Mark'sChurch : PKG." ,
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.IIHIOO It .,. 1'...:t .
THOMPSON SEEDLESS ,CRACKIN GOOD : "

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Ckunk MHl last jMkBMturn IJ ;
2 5100 .
MWOHM M. ri.vNii GRAPES' LBS. BISCUITS :: ;"' 4f CANS, :89Cj

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Fall .. ,
23 .'
Saturday. Aug. 0: .. ,.,, '; ."'\1 .
. FalhlonShow.12 noon.ParIRh'j '
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j House.<< Sunday.Aug.23-Holy .' :

, Eucharist.. 10 8:30.:.11'.,a.m., _. Morning, ." (!)I1IDWfiJ.: I Jiff JW(5( ". ", -110>.... '' .,, ..' ''I ........ .' ...;,..::. ''..'.'J"_ _...'" 1f.
.,Q...Prayer.u* #u+tiuinA* + "c- $ '.v'.., ,'. '. ? { .'. ..th'..,'' ,"' ..' ..3 II.9'\l;i: .. )\,"""1.( a '. : <. "" .t' .:,.__".. ', N,' ."., ..... y a sal tt/ll/:' I.

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According to the Game
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Commission Lake --
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Okeechobee is in serious MIIII --
trouble. Big 0 is dying aheadof pIW BAYER
its time. It is suffering from RAVER
eutrophication, a natural FILLER WESTAI THE
aging process, which Is ASPIRIN,300'S
speeded up by the overenrichment ORGANIZER
of its waters due to Fait retiefromo many minor aches and paint. Alto
negligence. helpful 1 in relieving minor teniion. Bottles of 300 PAPER
Game biologists estimatethat Tablets Limit 1 Bottle.THERAGRAN. FILLED ORGANIZER NOTEBOOK
Big 0 nestles about 45 section with
million pounds of fish. A very L 5 Hole LOOMfiller and par
high percentage of this 45 La/ 63, F..1 2.99
million is rough fish. PACK OF paper. 1 2
You can rest assured when Limit, 16
they say high percentage, 77
than they are 50 per talking cent.much higher = O99 30 0

The black crappie is smallerin
size now than 20 years ago. "M" GO'S 30
It looks like the Game Com-
has been for
sleeping
mission
Squibb'i Th.r.putic Formula Multiple Vitamini. Bljr S s++- 7'
about 10 Fish
years. are > Bottle of 100 with 30 Fr.Capsules Limit 1 RBB
, taking the nutrients out of the s
water for food, but recycling
them as some of the fish die.
I
To equalize the problem,
fishery biologists feel that
l one-half the fish population
; needs to be harvested each /
ADORN
year. They feel that sport ,
fishing will not accomplish ri
this due to a high number of
gizzard shad.In HAIR SPRAY13Ounce
order to overcome the
problem and save Big O, the aerosol Can.The Self-Styling Hair Spray ,
Game Commission feels it will that holds your hair,but no one knows.there. 50 I School Buys
have to call on the com I Limit
mercial fishermen who would THE SYSTEM
seine the lake for all species f
except bass and pickerel. I FILLED BINDER '
Before any decision is madeon 2 lection filled binder SPREE PEN
what to do concerning the
.
with board and clip.Regular
5 O
future of Big 0, the Game 1.99 ., Fine quality Ball Tip pen to be
Commission plans to contact I rtbo used at school office or home .
those affected for help. TUSSY Rag.79c
Death is no respecter of any
lake. Big 0 Is not alone in the

struggle Big Orange for life.near Hawthorneis COSMETICS BIC PENS
in serious trouble. Big
e
Orange is suffering from a Your choice of lipstick,compact,eye shadow I Dependable writing 4V50,.
very common thing called mascara: ,nail, polish liquid foundation,talc SPIRAL ] -... Reg.25e Limit 4
grass.might The have Game a bigger Commission name to I and mon.Try one of each. ORGANIZER j jcowed

call it. but to fishermen it is
called grass. Big Orange has 3 lection vinyl
been suffering for years. binder. ELMERS GLUE
77j
These things don't happen in anorted 50'
Ounce
JOHNSON i JOHNSON plasticsqueesebottlec
color* Reg.' 1.19
overnight Safe.N.harmful,......Reg.;754
Rodman will be wrapped up '
in a few months if something BAND.AID
isn't done. The .
Engineers has a mighty fine
patch of grass growing in RAND-
Rodman. If you have an air STRIPS PEN 50
boat you are in good shape on FILLED BINDER Ballpoint.Auorted colon.Reg. '
Rodman. PAK 50'S PLUS 20 LIMIT 1
VALUE
#5669 .
The alligators are getting One Inch binder with 98*
overpopulated in several 9(student Index and
lakes in this area. Newnan I' lined paper. Reg.2.99
Lake near Gainesville is very PORTFOLIOwith
overpopulated. Maybe Doug
Dickey plans to use POCKETS 50 L
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them this fa11.Dassmaslers. 'f r. t* if Three ring In assorted colon.4 FoR
will meet at Reg.35! I .
Kenwood Landing Friday
evening to kick off the 75-76 1 ,

season.begin at The 8 p.m.tournament sharp so planto will 21 OZ. STARTER SET CAP ERASERS 2iA

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be on time.I S Set contain a:3.Ring Large colorful cap.r.-,. for
understand Guy Caverlyhas I w 4 Tab organpits and peni. p ORs
8 Binds
a new bass rigsay's he LYSOl bar 20 sheet filler '. I'SPRAY
will be a contender for the I 14 paper,22 iheat Com I y
trophy for the coming year. I petition book.
like to hear this kind of talk. J Reg. 1.89
Just watch those logs in Johnson &Johnson
Rodman. they thrive on those / COTTONSWABS = CARDS 9/C/ A
lower units. Pack of 100 3x5"cardi. Ruled C
As Rough.I have" stated "Rodmanis PRESS BOARD or unruled. RegularINDEX 39* PACKS IJW Vv

PACK OF 200 ELIMINATES BINDER 's
Bass wishes SWABS LIMIT 1 LIMIT ,1/2-1 ,
3 ring binder iti CRAYOLA
Neil Crawford A

54C 15,4 77This i 1.39. In colors:many CRAYONS -
T
.. _. Box.of 16 crayoni.Reg. 10!
c 49*Limit 2

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STRAWBERRY REG LOOSE LEAFSTUDENT
VaselineINTINWVf
FORMULA
OR \ CAM i
INDEX
APRICOT16OZ. VINYL OR CANVAS
w i Pack of 5 indexed divider.
\ D 7 OZ. LIMIT 2 seas : M 1-INCH BINDER1PANA ,Colorful tabs '

LIMIT 1 J 16 OZ. Anorted colori InI
A'
1 vinyl or canvaif i
LIMIT
LILT 99 I covered three ring. t COMPOSITIONBOOK
VASEUNI ,.I empty binders.
PLUS 3TOOTHPASTE R... 1-69
SUAVESHAMPOO INTENSIVE CARE Ci
SPECIAL !
99
40 Sheet glossy book.Reg.49* 4
PERMANENT BATHOILIEEADS Limit FOR

"With him If. range view of everything."oDf. 2 < .t.1 r II -fookkSctool ToohWScbooJfoolskSchoof -foofcfcSchool.

LIMIT "C FOR 99 53C 77C \1111



REG 1.02 LIMIT 1 +q41\ +'

100Z.LIMIT GILLETTE BY

D 11 OZ. 7 OZ :

III REG. OR BRONZELIMIT BLACK OR BROWN
1 MENTHOLLIMIT ONE
ONE MAYBELLINEULTRA _.I'
AaIc VASELINEINTENSIVE 1.:;:; GILLETTE
BARBASOL RIGHTGUARD MEN'S ft LADIES' GILLETTE

Charley CARE SHAVE LASH FAMOUS NAME CHAINS & PRO-MAX SUPER MAX

E. LOTION CREAM MASCARA 'WATCHES PENDANTS STYLING DRYER HAIR DRYER
Fine quality 17 Jewel
JEWELRY 3 HEAT LEVELS AND 2
Johns mov.ments..rent.... .LIGHTWEIGHT Comet with 5 etparau attachmenti. -
89'PERSONNA by the Factory.Drum Mottling Claim with assorted AIR SPEEDS .2 aettinga: One for dry.ing. .
C
"A careless act can can*** 77'I 38C 5 9| W.hhemlCelbrot; or Elgin. dangle*and Zodiac......nt.. AND EASY TO HANDLE .one)for vtyllng.
another Person to lose hied.. !
4ght..his. muculfaiity.. REG. 24.88 REG. 2.50 REG. 24.99. REG. 19,99MEDIUM

result fa a law gait fart' "' HARD OR

$100,000 or more. Th; ( 1
usual $10,000 personal 88
liability policy .b no loncer r i JnJ xeii 22 188
dequa Can the Charter', I IQI I LIMIT 1 '
E. Johns Agency facr aM| ONE
my Comprohonslvel. I STAYPMI I YARDLEY '

IIOOOOO Personal...v Liability.n IIWO.OOO tot] 1..AD51 I "74"TUNGSTEN TEK OATMEAL

for Just a few demon morelaAillyrr >op STEEL .
1 Limit I DBL. EDGE 5'S BAR IY YI
6 9 4 TOOTHBRUSH GALAXY- -SPEED. SPAIIU

Charley E. 1SU, i eaoal.=,- ONE LIMIT 29C SOAP J2" FAN .."TPI.YARN pig

IOH1YS AGENCY A"e.IW TUNGSTEN STEEL '
I I
'REG

r '31 SO.N.8070 WALNUT, ST. j i ,... "':, -/ ? INJECT LIMIT 7'S ONE. 44' 9 ONE LIMIT 33C OSCILLATING MODEL REG. 29.99 2ISO 2411 LIMIT 1,39'II 88 C



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p. FACIALTISSUE 2'/' 7J1 I'':'

HAMPTON
FRI.:

//ICI li 'r AREA NEWSby j
200 CT. ASSTD COLORS REG. 49"lEAMv

Josephine Fontaine

LLOYD'S HANDHELD,' 8-DIGIT ,,,,,,,,,,, FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS :
THERMOS SCHOOL III Jennie Rhea celebratedher
CALCULATOR fourth birthday Saturday, '
I Aug. 9 with an outdoor bar- '
Featurei: Algebraie(ogle,floating decimal,auto conitant %" key. 7! BAMA \Iteque.Thepartywae given by ,i
LUNCH KIT 1/.reciprocal function x2.....function.Operates on"AA" Mrs. Diane Bruno .(Jennie's
STRAWBERRY mother) and Mrs. Louise "
batterie (included. : )with caao..
Brodsky, of Miami, who is
New roughneck Model No.: 73$ Jennie's grandmother Wanda
Thermos bottle. EH 90.18. I
TV PRESERVES Tidwell and Brenda Francis
chiracteripictured
on bottU Reg 19.99 entertained the children with
288 end lunch kit. M99LIMIT 18-oz.Jar.No artificial flavor or color games and pony rides. There
Limit 1 REG. 93' were 48 children present and
all enjoyed taking part in "
ONE contests of eating corn on the
cob and watermelon. There ,
_. were two beautiful cakes .
Raggedy Ann and Raggedy
Andy..J'nnie received many
WKEttft "NIWMNGUD" beautiful gifts, including a
'tr"4 ,
{
'r "41U-1 raincoat, hat and umbrella.
.: rte. i PRINGLES from an uncle'and aunt, Mr/
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t .' :: 83" and Mrs. 'Irving Gilman of

L. !.A I'II.' 'I 1 .. ,,.. 'I E 1 POTATO CHIPS Miami.storybook' She and also packetbookfrom received a
'Mr: and Mrs Mel
\ ;,.r,: 1f !,I.. I V W ', I / _9 OZ. TWIN PAK REG..99 Alvarczanother'; uncle and

II, .Yu. .. ; ::\..&. '0-1: ,;;I"'J L :." .A ,- aunt Brodsky froth;;' Miami.Jennie's Mr.grandfather Jerry
'
cooked hamburgersand
I I hot dogs for everyone. All
''the children attending were j

I aDOW given with them.a'prize Darnell to take Rhea home,
School 3 '
I Specials PACK OF 200 / Jennie's, uncle,, of Melrose, C

PAPER I RAP F I I attended Afterwards the ,party.Mrs. Brodskyand t
Fin quality typewriter paper LI'' f ar'A : 9 Mrs. Bruno took Jennie to
GEM TlYPJEW 8%"x 11 t 100 Sq..Ft.In wrap for Disney World to complete the I-
77< : uied ai a cover over birthday celebration. Ac- f
51. $ die heiy ouawbhtok
.different BATH:itemi.PACK Limit 1 Peck. .. freih. LIMIT 3 REG. 45 Saxon companying and them Cindy was Bunnell.Julie f

They all returned to HamptonAug. :
12 after an enjoyable M
trip. .
AMPEX 3 PAK Harold Waters Jr. spent a '

CASSETTE TAPE 249 PRIMARY PLASTIC week representing in the Washington Bradford .

BLANK 90 MINUTE TAPES:REG. 4 99 SCHOOL BOX County 4-11 club. He was on :
channel 5 television Aug. 11-12
To Hants hold arlrfa ill the mull rw SHOE BOX 288( telling of his week in

:SCOTCH 28*tchool.Reg.330 See thru......Solid colored, L....69 d I Washington Mrs. Belle Brown's son, Mr.
MAGIC TAPE Limit 2 Gordon Weest of Miami,)and 0
29- Mrs. Frank Brown and "t
W M 450"roll.Transparent. children, daughter-in-law and
Reg.49c I grandchildren visited with her ;t,
the Week of Aug. 11. ;

RUBBER BIC PENBANDS BIRTHDAY GREETINGS: to i

2. .SPECIAL Tommy Croll Aug. 18.RECREATION r,

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regular meeting was
THERMOS held' Aug. 15. The next
TANG
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FOLDERIdeal STEAM/DRY will be a pot-luck supper Sept.
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1911 Business Directory Boosts Starke County Agents By '




And Bradford County In Flowery Terms Notebook Taylor Bobby {f Irfr' k



Only two of the 32 busi-
nesses carrying ads in a "1911 Established Bradford County Bank, .' Quite often vegetable notas stringent for this type of
1889 General
Pocket Directory" of Starkeare other marketing, although care
and producerswish
still operating here today. A BICENTENNIAL FEATURE Savings Banking and '4 percent G. C. LIVINGSTON & CO.; J. W. Morgan growers to expand or feet new should be taken to offer only

which they have high-quality vegetables.
One of the two surviving HD. Mott & Bro., L dies' Dress Goods crops for our area.
businesses among the 32 and Gents' Ready-to-Wear HARDWARE potential who Another sales outlet Is
Whether
a large grower
listed is Mitchell's DrugStore Furnishings. and Notions wants to try a different crop established buyers and
which advertised "Cold G.C. Livingston & Co., Plumbing Electrical Wlrlno sellers. Although a commodity
C.L. Lane, Millinery ladles' Ready-to-W,ar GarmentsSEABOARD from the ones he Is ac-
Drinks and Prescriptions" in Hardware. Plumbing, Elec- Notions Dressmaking. customed to growing of a may be new for u
the small 16-page pamphletthat trical Wiring. small grower who is just particular grower it may be
has been preserved Hoover Bros. Studio The produced commercially in his
through the years by Mrs Comer L. Peek Real Estate Best Equipped Studio South of starting things that, there should are be a con-few area. This offers a chance to

OL. Haynes, Sr., of 308 S. Dealer. Baltimore. sidered before the new ven- established market through sales un

Water Street. J.M. Alvarez, Clothing Bank of Starke. Business of 1911Pocket ture is actually put into organization. ,These-
Hats, Shoes Gent's Furnishings Firms and Individuals Solicited motion.
should also lx
The other survivor IsStwnp's Air Line Railway 'arrangements
.
made well in advance ol
Store though it was
The should know his
operating under a different Carlyle Peek Contractorand Domestic Wagon & Plow Directory It grower may not be as well harvest particularly il the
name, the "New York Rac- Builder Manufacturer of Works A.E. Moitt, Prop. No. 48, math-bound 1066 a. m.: adapted crop. to our area as we buyer is to grade and pack (the
ket," in 1911 with Fred F. Cement Stone. Blacksmithing and General No. BS 4,811p. m. think. Also, varieties, cultural produce. This type outlet rn.i>'
St are No. SI" 11.11 also be used on specialty
Stump as proprietor. This was Repairing. p. m.
the the store was founded A.M. Darby Dry Goods No. tI6, north-bODun 5 03 p. m. practices, available equip- crops or those not normally
by year Mr. Stump, who later Notions, Men's Furnishings J.M. Truby (The Berry Bradford County No. 84" I' >5m, m. ment and just general "knowhow" produced in a certain urea II'
'
Man), Strawberry Plants No. 04 8,18 : may determine whetherthe
P changed the name to the one it Staple and Fancy Groceries. a a. m. storage conditions for your
venture is or
Specialty. a success
and the commodities
still bears today. Florida;; :- -' failure. Usually It is advisableto crop handled b the
W.S. Graham General Merchandise C.A. knight. Dry Goods start with a small acreagethe being >
Other advertisers in the Buyer of Country Shoes Hardware, Harness No. 181 leaves Starke 6.00 a. m. first year. Regardless of established sales organization
booklet Produce. Groceries. No. 184 arrives are compatible your commodity
were: 4 20 p. m. how much information may be may be important In

No*.M and U run between Jac.eoo.llle.u, available on is a particular crop, making up mixed loads. Going
Odur Kcji.: NOD. 48 81, M and 84 between Jwk.on.Ill..nd experience helpful. through commercial channels
I : .
Taiuva. No 181 and 184 kwtwaoi.Stark
*and Wannn Probably most Important is usually requires better
Compllnwnt of to know your market. grading and sizing and some

Production is only one step type of a standard pack.
The Business Men

--------- tJ i Toni A ---_---.:._. success toward of making a new financial crop. In Larger growers can still
e
order effort to realize and any investment return for I wholesalers make direct or sales, vvurc'houscs.to local

COMER L PEEK Starke House you your must be able to sell your This method which molly In-

produce. Too often, we run ,very satisfactory, probably;
\
: Real Estate Dealer 1 D. W. Alvarez, Prop. into situations where a grower requires the greatest tiiiminil
has made the and is of uttnetion in terms: ol
The Best Laid Plans. D.1l1yand Weekly Rates crop
Florida ready to harvest but has no making early arrangementsand
Slarke
Centrally Located market. The market potential commitments. Supplieis!
should be' established before to retail outlets must be sure
---' ----
the crop is planted. The way a of an adequate and constant
is be marketedwill supply of a commodity. yet an
to
The $1.2 million bonanza in school As far as at the middle school is commodity
space oversupply can be l'l'I''l'ustl '.
Front'andBack 1911 have bearing on the >
construction money is apparently not concerned, there is the fact that last Pages of DirectoryThe production schedule and For this reason they 1,2 ten

going to build what local school officials year two teaching areas were left vacant harvest-packing procedures, make urrungl'nwnlsl'lI in

had hoped and planned. Word now each period of the day. Rescheduling and Commercial Hotel, J.W. Morgan Dress Goods Deposits in the two banks' procedures.One advance ol dlelivery d.ile

comes from Architect Craig Salley that some changes in program could utilize day.R.O. Allen American, Prop.Plan.Rates $2 per and Notions. totaled $1.727,11625 and the of the more common Since handling\convenience and quality, lost ot ol

the four building projects proposed, four each area all day long. Starke House D.W. strawberry brought$400,000 crop in checks of 1911 and sales outlets for growers produce lire impoi tiinl.

kindergarten rooms, a 10-classroom Quigley, Contractor and Alvarez Prop. Centrally drafts through the banks. producing new crops is wholesale or warehouse
complex at Bradford Middle School and There is also space at Lawtey Ele- Builders. Located Daily and Weekly roadside markets farmer's buyers: may rtr k-'vial"

phases four and five to complete Brad mentary'' for 60 students which could Hull's Department Store, Rates. Starke was described as a markets, and U-pick services when buying locally,
immediately relieve that much overload town of "health and wealth"situated operations. In this type of These services can include
ford High School will cost Newell B. Hull Prop.
projected
a ,
City Officials listed were: on a plateau 150 feet marketing scheduling is very anything Irom a particularKrade
middle school where 1,000 stu-
from the
$1.6 million. This after the school board J.C. Alvarez Cigars Cold Mayor C.F. Hoover; Clerk above sea level; soil important. A limited amountof and back to
planning on all four projects, has dents are enrolled; 900 would be less of a Drinks Confectionery.Starke C.A. Futch; Treasurer, AS. especially adapted to producing the commodity may sell palleliza t ion and delivery!

demolished the BHS ag building, home problem. Sixth grade students are cur- Crews Marshal and Collector, a perfect strawberry and a well over a long period of Anyone interested In using

economics suite (both used last term), rently being kept at Brooker and Hampton Drug Co.r.D.. Gunter L.H.Austin. Councilmen: E.S. perfect Florida paper shell time. Harvesting a large this typo 01'l market should
elementary schools with no problem. M.D.: F.A. Scott. Matthews president; E.P. pecan. Leading staple crops volume over a short period of make mrangcmcnls in. advance )-
and the vacant B-Building. Duncan N.D. Wainwright, also included Sea Island time is usually undesirable and he certain he will
Does it make sense to use a school at less J.W. White & Son Staple J.W. Andrews Jr., F.H. Long cotton.' be able to meet any special
Facing the board now is a half million than capacity when there is overcrowding and Fancy Groceries Feed In addition with roadside requirements or restrictions
dollar for at another school? and Garden Seed. County Officials were: In regard to strawberries, markets it is helpful to have a U'lore committing l unself.Ill ..
problem obviously calling a
Clerk Circuit Court. W.T. the booklet selection of different
said "We
reevaluation? of building priorities. The Starke Ice Co., W.L. & A.E. Weeks; County Judge, Thos. show you farms where the can net vegetables. If you plan to use be happy to work with .
board must figure a way to either go the If the high school were complete, with Wall, Props. Capacity 10 Tons J. Dekle; Sheriff J.N. Lang- average profit on straw-,, this type of outlet you should you as an individual or as a

entire route, or choose to delay one or both phases 4 and 5, middle school stu- Per Day.J.T. ford; Tax Collector J.J. Col- berries has been $250 per acre schedule the new crop so that ,expanding group il: you ue considering

more of the projects.Bids dents could be transferred to ABuildingat Reaves, Florida and son;; Tax Assessor N.D. for the past 15 years, while of harvest other will vegetables occure with that or yours it' IOU, picscnloperations .no in-I
the high school once the high school Western Meats and Fish. Wainwright; County Superintendent some seasons run this net pro- in our teiested in a new' or .ililletentciop !
area Grading and
students there J.C. Poppell. fit as high as $600 per acre. sizing in the luluie,
could be
housed in
were received on the two kindergarten now J.W. Hodges, Dry Goods method of packing are oftenRegulations
complexes at Starke Elementaryand new buildings.The Shoes and Clothing.J.W. Railroad fares to the "The country surrounding
Southside Elementary, the low bid following towns were listed: Starke is rapidly being pur-
school system is now bonded to Andrews & Son Livery Jacksonville$1.20; Lake City, chased in 10, 20, and 40 acre
in
coming at $124,000 far below the
its capacity. There is no prospect of Stable, Opposite Court: House. $1.30; Lawtey 20 cents; lots at prices that vary from Eased
$168.134 projected for construction. The Hampton 15 cents
Waldo 30
another bonanza from the state. If the ; $15 per acre up to $40 per acre
space is badly needed at both Starke Motor Vehicle & cents; Tampa $4.60; Gainesville for unimproved lands" the
elementary schools where classes were high school is not completed now it may Supply Co., Autos for Rent, 70 cents. booklet said. "This is an

held last year in teacher offices and be 10 or 15 years before that becomes .Experienced nished. Drivers Fur- Starke had a "Board of advance of 100 to 200 per cent For Building Docks
possible.It on the same land two to three
doubled in one room. With hungry con- Trade (early name for back.Under .
tractors bidding low to get work, the UD. Miner, Jeweler and Chamber of Commerce) with years
might easier in the coming
prove
Watchmaker. CL. Peek On Lake
as president.The PropertyThe
the heading of "Re-
board be the
may past turning point years to come up with smaller amountsof

with the kindergarten rooms. building money. Smaller short term J.F. Klckliter, General town had a populationof creation were And told that Pleasure"readers "Three
Merchandise.C.A. .
loans could be made at the bank, as has 3,000 "within a two-mile" large lakes two miles west of easing up of waterfront permit ) where the spoil

The board has been committed to relieving been done for buses. The budget couldbe Futch & Co., Livery and radius of the school court enrollmentwas house Starke (Crosby Rowell, and regulations on private lands in material is removed and

crowded conditions at the middle squeezed for upwards of$100,000 in a Stable Special Attention to 405 high'students during the Sampson) abound in the fam- the new environmental reorganization deposited on Ji self-contained,
ous speckled perch black act will permit upland spoil site which willis
school having decided a self-contained Road Trips.
normal term of
year by belt tightening for a spring 1911. bass channel catfish and owners of lake front lots to
.
10-classroom is the do -e 1II'\t( pogei 1 1f
complex to it.
way necessary project. bream. Kingsley Lake, five build new docks of not more
Cost of that is projected at $305.564 by miles east of Starke is a beau- than 500 square feel in area

Salley. Another method by which the school tiful 'silver sea' two miles in without a permit' County

board could get extra funds to make TO pine diameter and oak Surrounded woods its by marginal high- said Zoning yesterday.Director L.M. Gaines ( l! tt Ii ia: :t:: !

Everybody has figured all along that space for students is through raising LETTERS waters with clean white

the high school would be completed with taxes. However, if this is done we preferit sand bottom deepening from Gaines welcomed //he L l=- [. .l t. )
what was left of the $1.2 million after the to be done on a much more short term THE EDITOR. shore toward the center so change saying it would ..

kindergarten and middle school basis than the usual 20-year bond issues. gradually that a child may relieve the county zoning
.
William
office of much time and effort Bv S lIau
wade out 50 to 70 feet from
projects. Cost of 4 is
phase set at spent in informing and Service Officer
$403,440 and phase 5 at 492450. This taxpayer could go for adding a shore a; few its feet depth next Increasingfrom to shoreto assisting lake front property

mill for a definite period of time, say one 90 feet in the center; its owners who formerly had to The Veterans Ad-

This places total construction costs at or two years, with the death of the mill- PUBLIC LOSING water so clear and pure that obtain dock permits from a ministration says that con-

$1.369,588 plus $82,175 in professionalfees. age increase being written into the min- TO SPECIAL INTERESTSMr. OUT you can see small bright state environmental agency trary to a misconception held

Furnishings would cost an addi- utes at the time of its raising. A long objects over 30 feel deep; fed a time-consuming process. by many wills cannot change

tional term would not be wise at only by mineral springs from 'The law also allows the beneficiaries named on life
$181,753 running the total costs program Editor: but a gale force wind which marginal hill slopes and other new insurance policies issued by
projected by Salley to 1633516. today's interest rates. Another stipula- will clear the minds of those springs somewhere in its replacement or repair of the agency. Make certain that
tion would have to be that the funds The court of last resort In holding office in the three crystal depths; it is the most existing docks without a the persons you intended to

The school board will take a good could be used only for a specific purpose.At these United States (which official wings of our govern lovely and remarkable lake in permit material provided is used and that that no the fill receive your insurance are
includes Starke) seems to be mental structure let us the South." named on your policies.
entire
hard $123,000 'a mill of hard cash
look at the proposed building today that unofficial part of assure these officials they are replaced or repaired dock is in
program tonight in a special work adds up to a tidy sum over two or three government, the "fourth there because we put them the same location and of the The problem of Insurance

session. years enough for all but the largest estate". there and we can remove ,Clerk's Office' same configuration and benefits going to unintended
county school building projects. them. We have no room in our dimensions as the old dock. recipients has arisen in most

The school Representative governmentis society for little "gods" the Closed Today Gaines said the liberalized instances because the veteran
high construction has been
fast disappearing and the One we do acknowledge was simply never got around to
There the school procedure would take of
are avenues care
placed back of everything else since the board many citizens of this county had not elected or appointed.As The clerk's office in a dock five feet wide and 100 changing an earlier listing of
county
in .
can a building
pursue program.The better believe it.
inception of the school Special in-
building feet beneficiaries according to
program I the Bradford courthouse will long which would fill
see our plight I'm
the
high school, however seems terest control
those
back in 1967. Millions have been groups most of the needs for VA.
spenton convinced of two things one be closed today (Thursday. private
school construction next priority.: This is lent weight since official wings of government, in observance of the docks in this area.
in the county representative executive, being that If one neigh Aug. 21)) Veterans who fail to do so
since 1967 and still the buildings utilized by the high school last borhood's desires be I death of Mrs. Margaret
can could
high school is not and judicial to the extent that The new law states that add to emotional stressof
term have been torn down in the belief wife of Clerk no
Brown County
ignored then mine and
completed.Who the public is no more than your'scan ,permits are required for the survivors and cause unwar-
that new buildings will go up this year. pawns to be moved about as Mr. Average Citizen. The Gilbert Brown.,. followingThe : ranted financial. hardship
suit the whims of those now other and perhaps the most especially on widows andyoung :
knows when the county school Neither can we afford the luxury of in control. We have sat on our important is that as of today Funeral services for Mrs. installation of children when it is discovered -
system will reap another million dollar not using expensive school buildings to hands and minds since the we become a community filled Brown are set at 4 p.m today mooring pilings and dolphins the intended beneficiary -

bonanza? If the high school is not com- their capacity. Choices remain in utiliza- early thirties and allowed our with angry determined peo- Jones in the chapel Funeral of DeWttt Home C.in associated with private docksof was not named.In .

pleted now, when will it be? Is there an tion of the middle school. freedom to be legalized away. pie. Determined that we WILL :';Starke. 500 square feet or less over-
have freedom that we WILL water surface area constructed such cases the Veterans
immediate prospect say within the next This Mr. Editor is the support any section of our City on pilings so as not to sub- Administration is obligated by
several years that funds can be found to Shunted aside for years but finally in monster now surfacing in the and County seeking to assert ::=Z=s CORRECTION!1A =' stantailiy impede the flow or law to pay insurance proceeds

complete the high school if it is not done the plans for next year, the high school dispute between the citizens of ,that same right and mighty create a navigational hazard to the beneficiary of record.
now? the area under considerationas angry if we don't get it. statement published in the and involving no filling. Most of the agency's policy-
should be completed if possible. site of the Aug. 14, 1975 edition of The holders are World War II
propsed apart- Mr. Editor the fourth
-The installation
Telegraph is incorrectly attri- of boat
veterans who
ments (Sr 100)) and the carry National
County estate, the press is our only buted to Mrs. Maurice Win- ramps on artificial bodies of Service Life Insurance.
and officials.
City forum -so it would seem. It is gate water where navigationalaccess

I V Rl 16RADFORD charged by history with the to the proposed, ramp VA 'urges any veteran who
e Cot, Almost two hundred citizensof obligation to help the Mrs. Wingate did not say exists. wishes to check on or change
'0 1' that. area have voiced American people remain a "We aren't against having his beneficiary to contact the
disapproval. Yet, when this free people. I, for .one, call apartment complexes in the ,.Seawalls restored at their VA insurance center to which
tr4rap1 basic right is exerted there upon you to continue the fight. city. We're just against hawing previous location or upland he pays his premiums
are some officials who seem to Average Citizen get off it go up incur area." thereof or within one foot in Philadelphia or St. Paul.
0rfON think that effort by citizens to your hands and minds and waterward of their previous The veteran should be sure to
have something to say about for the fundamental the Telegraph l apologizes location.
BOB G. FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER fight for the provide as much informationas
Publisher*, what happens In their neigh freedoms that are fast slipping -. error. possible Including policy
borhood 1 ia just a gentle breeze Write call visit Property owners are 'also number full
away. or ,
Published each Thursday and entered M second Gus Matter the name and aa-
at Poet Office M Starke Fla. under Act MOCI to pass. I can't blame your elected and appointed '* * * * permitted maintenance dress. For, further Informa-
of March 1879
3. them for thinking this way. officials.let them know where In a suburban beauty dredging of existing man- tim GI Insureds may dial
Subscription rate in trade area: t6 per year: tasOsmmomhe.- We've allowed it to come: to you stand on the Issues of our shop: "I never saw so many made canals, channels and "toll free" to the St. Petersburg -
Outside trade area: 17 per year: M,00 tin month this point. However, NOW Is community. Again, you better Women dye with their bootS'. '' Intake and discharge structure office'or contact your
Phone' 964-6306 Starke, pa. the time for public opinion to believe Special Interest ( (for ten years from local service ,office In the
become not a gentle .breeze groups do so. Boa TI, ltt rl in D troll frf frnt Issuance of the'' original; courthouse.Page .

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August, 1975 TELEGRAPH Page 11 _:


I Open Tennis Tournament Slated At Starke ClubThe Reopening Of UGH Set By September DocksLAKE --- I

Second Annual Starke There are three divisions for Jennifer Jockel; 13-17 boys ,

Open swings:Tennis into action Tournament men and women12 : singlenj" Larry White; 13-17 BUTLER Only two 2, and Dr. Abello was the first fied time limit. If so, we will Inspected and supplies, equip- (From preceding page)
Aug. 30, with entry forms Saturday and and under division, boys doubles, twins Andy and factors now stand in the wayof to be approved."We resolve it between us," Hard- ment have been assessed
fees due by 6 p.m. singles only Randy Crews; 18 and over opening the Union General don't see any difficul- val said. Hardval reported to the board prevent the escape of the spoil
Parings for play will be -13-17 year old girls and women's singles, Hjalmar Hospital outpatient clinic, and ties in either of us meeting our The hospital, closed since Aug. 4. material into state waters, f;
posted Sunday, Aug. 31, by 3 boys, singles and doubles.18 McMillan; 18 and over men's these may be resolved by the obligations within the spec! May of last year, has been Dr.Abello will set up offices and provided that no more '
p.m. at the pro shop. and older, men and singles, J.E. Tomlinson; end of August, according to in the hospital, offering services dredging is done than is
Sponsored women, singles and doubles. men's doubles, Bill Shields UGII Administrator Eugene from to restore
by the Starke 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. anda necessary the
Golf and Country Club, The preliminary round will and Jerry McGriff. Hardval. Northside Baptist Team Wins nurse will be on duty from 5 canals. etc to original design
be played Saturday, Sept. For further information .'
tournament forms can be by Hospital board membersare to 10 p.m.Abello .
picked up at the pro shop. 6. Semi-finals have been tentatively contact Grover Howard at 964- searching daily to find Also allowed, without '
Country club members must set for Saturday, 8184. acceptable rental property for Church Softball ChampionshipNorthside recently passed the permit, is the maintenance of
Sept. 13, with the finals scheduled Florida board exam to practice existing dikes and
enteer Dr.Manuel Abello and family, irrigationand
to singlessplaynandf$2 for Sunday, Sept. 14. who have agreed to move to Baptist downed the first-half of play beatingout medicine in the state andis drainage ditches, and the
per person for doubles. Non Last year's winners include lit")II{ -:_ ..- Lake Butler as soon as a homeis Madison Street Baptist in two First Baptist after a 7-3 completing his residency at repair of existing pipes for the :
members must pay$4 per per- : 12 and under, Steve Part of the consecutive games Thursday deadlock. Northside Baptist St. Vincent's Hospital in Jack- purpose of discharging storm
son for the singles tournamentand Griffis; 13-17 girls singles, Whatsoever a man soweth, provided.between UGH and night, Aug. 14, to take the defeated First Baptist for the sonville. A native of Colum- water runoff.. :
Mitchell that shall he also reap. agreement of second half title last bia, South America, Abello
$3 per person for the Debbie ; 13-17 girls Abello is that the hospital will championship the Church week in a ,
doubles doubles and Slow-pitch Softball delayed second half off has a wife and three children.
tournament. Ruth Hazen provide rental property during League play In regard to bulkhead lines, :
sponsored the Starke 6-3 tie
\ee .-. -. --. -.1- -I.1I the interim period until the Recreation Dept.by breaking a record. The trustees hired an ad- the new law says: "All :
AUCTIONSaturday Inter-Medic contract is executed missions and insurance clerk bulkhead lines heretofore -
,DeWitt and full service opens Madison Street outhit Will Kick Off 1975 Aug. 4, and Inter-Medic will to Sec. :
: C. Jones ,Aug.23 at UGH, Hardval said. Northside in the first game 16-. provide specialists in radiology 253.122 Florida Statutes, are ,

10a.m. Two bids are now In for malpractice 11, but hits didn't come when Muscular ophthamology, and hereby established at the line .
One Mile North Of insurance,the second most needed and Northsidewon Dystrophy podiatry as well as the two of mean high water or or-

Funeral.Home Green Cove Spgs. criteria for the opening, Hard- 129. CampaignThe resident physicians. dinary high.! water u,

On US-17 val said, and a special board R. Morgan led Madison .\
Consign your equipmentnowl meeting will be called as soonas Street at the plate, going Bradford County Fire -----
STARKE PHONE 964-62OO I he is ready with the firm three-for-four. S. Duncan and '
Department and Graham
substation
RENTAL We have buyers looking recommendation W. Teston had two hits each and the Starke VI Kills FleasRoaches
for farm tractors and Jaycees.
HOSPITAL BEDS. WALKERS. WHEEL CHAIRS for Northside.In .
equipment, construction "We are opening the out- will begin their 1975 Muscular
lie CRUTCHES the second North-
equipment of all kinds, patient clinic in advance to get side again defeated game Madison Dystrophy drive with a soft- Silver Fish Many Other
in the ball tournament Thursday
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473.3176II backhoes crawlers trucks people community Street by a score of 63.
accustomed to the night, Aug. 28 at Westside
and automobiles. You still using ,
have time to get your Itemsin hospital again," Hardval said. well Neither, as team Northside was hitting only very had Park. House Hold Insect Pests:

this sale. The managerial contract four hits and Madison Street
Phone 904-284-5977 between UGH board of only had five.Northside Interested teams should
Northeast Florida contact Dennis Rhoden at the FOGGER
trustees and Inter-Medic scored three runs
Starke Paint Starke Fire Station.
Equipment Auction Health Services, Inc. of St. in the bottom of the first inn
The will also collect
Auction held
the fourth men
Augustine requires the firm to ing and Madison Street scoredone
Saturday of each month. donations at road blocks Sept. I Small Size Large Size
provide two resident physi- in the second, making the ..
Center 1 at the intersection
8:21 of SR-16
Itchg cians for the hospital by Oct. score 3-t. Coming back in the Reg. M-
and US-301 and SR-100 and US-
441 W. Madison St 964-8181 t 1 "______ LA--. top of Street the third gained inning two, Madison more- 301. Reg. 2" $189 \ $399

runs to tie the game 3-3. l
Northside, feeling the pinch, They will also man phones WW
green GaL responded with another three beginning Sunday at 10 p.m. &N .
AskRandy runs in the bottom of the thirdto as part of the Jerry Lewis < i
win the game 63. telethon to be televised for 20 SUMMER
hours from 10 p.m.Sunday to 7p.m.
Hodges Trophies were presented Monday.
473.3193 following the determination of TRADE-IN SALE
About The the church league champ in a .
three game play off schedule. Local numbers to call are Liberal Allowances For Any
Madison Street was winner of 964-7118 or 964-3185.
New TAKE Old Mower On Any Rider .

Open 7 A M. To 7 PM.
ACTIONSUNTEC'S Or Hand Model.

AGAINST Hwy 18 Deadend Road Now Op8nSkatinrl TradeUpTo'TOROr '

Old Keystone Road

(DBIVVI[ ?( ] MILDEW : RinkHwy Today Priced as Low As

I A Green PlantsRoses
ACRYLIC HOUSE Large Variety 100. E. 1 Blk. E. Of Red Light Keystone Heights

PAINTWALLPAPER O Hybred Tea Camellias Open Model 20680, 13995

Azalea's Swinging Baskets Mon Thurs Fri 7:30-9:30:: : Sat. 3:00-5:00: : 1 r,

/ SALES & INSTALLATION) Hydrangeas Dish Gardens 7:30-10:00: : PM -giSO-'lJtSO, : : '7:30-9:30: :

Caladeums Geranium Colues 9:30-11:30: !: IOtIOA .
nil Typos of Paint Er Sun 3-5 539 East Call'St. "
HAND MADE POTTERY FROM MEXICOMr. EST
PH. 964-5745
Paint Supplies & Mrs. Grady L. Williamson 1" "
Admission Per Session OMTtOI. Complete Professional

11 BLK. WEST OF GUARANTY FEDERAL 473-3193 Includes Skates tr o. Pest Control Services

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pay II'x lo' II')( I <<> of the homes In the area. At far a* the homes "next .
which will be minimum of $105 month, plus utilities
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to It" -: It is fronted by a highway, has a fish pond on one ,

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of maintalnance and repairs will become a ghetto and eyesore. "
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. Elementary Students Show Improvement In Federally Funded Reading ProgramSTARKE

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457 Bradforc
elementary school childrer pretest given in Sept., trotri. groUp instruction and the help "Last year when testing for incorporates test results, resulting in high absentee rate their children stand In relationto through special approaches (U
with learning difficulty are which problem readers are of teacher aides were the Title 1 was administered, the observations by teachers and and lack of home rein- prior achievement. learning.One .
learning to read according to selected for the program anda major factors In the success of fourth graders averaged a administrators, success forcement. the scores to parents cause of the best outcomes 01
a two-year success story post-test the following May the program last year. This fourth grade reading level, factors, and difficulties.The Only five parents were them to go into the schools for the Title 1 program says Mrs
showing grade reading levelsof year we plan to incorporate involved in last Santangini, was that regular
recently told in a Florida right on the money. Since 74-75' needs year's the first time to check thingsout
Department of Education the students. parents and various agencies most of these students were assessment for Bradford program, Mrs. Santangini and the feedback is classroom teachers became
such as the Health Dept. in involved showed cultural said. Realizing a need for this Jockel convinced of the value of these
report.Bradford. Students selected to participate order to in at least one year of County definitely positive, activities and work with
feedback Title
get to keep the Title inadequate an' back-up a Title 1 School states.
schools will soon in the Title 1 progranare the in forward 1 program this was deprivation 1 teachers to help childrer
program
enter a third year of participation taken out of the regul ir motion,' Mrs. living testimony to its ef command of language and Advisory Committee was Response was so good more effectively in the
in a federally- classroom 45 minutes to in Santanginisaid. fectiveness. In years before inadequate reading formed, and this year an all- Jockel says, he was con regular classroom.
funded program (Title 1)) hour each day in order to reading levels never matchedup development to be need out effort will be made to sidering the possibility of individualized instruction is
designed to eliminate "non- receive l-idivicual l. instructionin Overall averages for thr to grade" says Superin- factors. Health parental expand the committee."We dropping the gifted programand becoming more popular will-
readers" in primary grades, problem: ..-":as. Eleven last two years reveal that 70 tendent Richard Jockel.A facilities and quality of need to have these going into SLD specific regular teachers and constant
backed by a 90-percent-plus teachers and 10 aides are percent of the pupils involved ranked last in the list people involved and Interested learning disability program. checks of basic skills are
batting; average; for the 1973-75 employed specifically for this increased one to two grade needs assessment is done of supportive factors. ," Mrs. Santanginisays. In this state funded project. being mandatory for all
season. The $166,341 programis purpose Brooker, Hampton levels in reading skills. Last each year to pinpoint the most Basic problems accordingto children are tested for specific primary grades this year due
funded under Title 1 of the Lawtoj Southside and Starke year 282 of the 457 Title 1 pressing educational the assessment were "We have started to send learning disabilities such as to the proven effectiveness of
U.S. Elementary and Elementary Schools. students achieved a full year's necessities for which Title 1 inadequate facilities and the test results to parents so visual misperception and are such assessment in Title 1,
Secondary Education Act. It "Teacher expertise, small growth. funds wil'' used. The study inadequate parental support, they will know exactly where taught to overcome this Mrs. Santangini says.
employs 11 teachers in grades

"Prevention of reading
problems in primary grades, .
rather than remedial efforts
after students have
established a pattern of
failure, is the foremost goal of Furniture Sale
the program," said Title 1
coordinator Mrs. Rocena
Santangmi.

of Title 1965 Secondary allows 1 of the funds Education Elementaryand "to meet Act BEDDING SOFAS CHAIRS

I the needs of culturally Saturday Only ,
deprived children." Bradford
schools have taken advantage RETAIL SALE
1 of this funding to build PRICE PRICE
i comprehensive reading Improvement & SLEEPERS
classes for first King Size

second Last and year's third graders.evaluation Sealy Posterpedic, Intspg. or Foam Set 599.00 $289.00 (Hours 8:30 A M 6 P M ) 330.99 199.95
Recliner Berkline Contemporary
reported a full year's growthin Sealy Posterpedic, Intspg. or Foam Set 539.00 279.00 .
reading skills of third Sealy Posterpedic, Intsp. or Foam Set 459.00 269.00 Recliner Barcolounger Bro ft White 320.00 219.97
graders, .86 years (meaning Sealy Firm Guard, Foam Only Set 399.00 249.00 Recliner Flexsteel Contemporary 298.00 145.99
8.6 months) growth for second Sealy Luxury Guard, Intspg. Set 359.00 239.00 Recliner Flexsteel Traditional 315.00 189.95

graders tainment and in first.92 years graders at- Sealy Mix Match Intspg. Set 369.00 179.00 Our 6th SALE In I Recliner Flexsteel Contemporary 285.00 ,149.00
Cont. 469.95 209.95
Love Seat
involved in the program. The Sealy King Size Matresses Only 105.00 Flexsteel ,

goal was .5 years im Sealy King Size Box Springs Only Set of Two 105.00 ...,_....-.... __ __-" ..,....'" Bruington Sofa Traditional 379.95 279.95
provement. --r, Style Craft Sofa W-Maple Trim 269.95 230.47
Scores are determined by a ", Fashion Craft Swivel Rocker 239.95 149.95

Queen Size 21 Years rllJ i Silver Craft Traditional Chain 329.95 228.22

Meeting Sealy Posterpedic, Intspg. or Foam Set 369.95 189.00 [ Berkline Recliner, Black Vinyl 189.00 129.82
Sealy Posterpedic Intspg. or Foam Set 369.95 189.95 Bruington Colonial Sofa Herculon 279.95 223.52
Reset InHampton Sealy Posterpedic Intspg. or Foam Set 319.95 189.00 K. ___ Here Are The Facts Dunning Sofa ft Love Seat 709.95 496.27
Sealy Luxury Guard Intspg. Set 269.00 179.95 Homecrest Modern Rocker 212.00 79.00Bruington
A. W. don't hove a sale v.ry often. A. a matter of fact, this U our 4th talc In mot than Sofa '399.95 203.00
Sealy Golden Sleep Intspg. Set 259.00 139.95 21 ,..... (Our l..t.al.was octob.r7,19741.) Contemporary
Sealy Posterpedic Matrosses Only Intspg. or Foam 99.95 Fashion Craft Swivel Tub Chair 129.95 65,00B.

W. have over 100000.00 In slow moving merchant: )! .. Sam perfect, tolled lightly Memphis Early American Chair 160.00 49.00damag.d
HAMPTON Due to the Trend Line French Pro. Chair 146.00 79.81
and som.odd piece from discontinued pattern Some cat. ome dog but
town election The Hampton Full Size (Double Bed) mostly buyer* mistake Chair French Fruitwood 219.95 69.75
Council has rescheduled its Temple Swivel Rocker 159.95 39.95

7:30 regular: p.m.meeting for Sept. 2 at Sealy Sleep Guard Intspg. Set 179.95Sealy 129.95 C. Our regular lolling pric.l.I below suggested retail prices. By marking prices down further Key City Chair, Moss ft Olive 234.95 115.00

The Sept. 9 election falls on Firm Guard Intspg. Set 219.95 127.95 means greater savings for you on name brand such a* $_1,. Thomasvllle. Bos- Howard Oak Chair ft Ott. 389.95 199.00
the same evening of the Sealy Hotel Special I ntspg. Set 149.95 119.00 ...., Lane and many others. Bassett French Sofa ft Love Seat 1,134.95 769.00
regular council meeting. Sealy Luxury Guard Intspg. Set 199.95 117.00 Flair Sofa ft Chair Pecan Wood 1,200.00 789.00
Marshall Ed
City Brookerhas
also announced that Sealy Guard Line Intspg. Mix Match 219.95 109.95 Traditional Velvet Sofa, Braid Trim 495.00 335.96
anyone needing police Sealy Hotel Special Intspg. Matress Only 65.45 LAMPS One Group Of Lamps All Styles 75% Style Craft Cont. Sofa,Love Seat ft Chair 840.00 609.29
assistance can call him at his Sealy Hotel Special Box Spring Only 65.45 & Colors Discounted Up To Venture Cont. Sofa ft Love Seat 580.00 399.00
home, 782.3727, or at the Style Craft Chair, Traditional 275.00 185.00
county jail, 9646161.At Pullman Sleeper C Contemporary 385.00 261.00

12, the the regular Marshall meeting announcedhis Sept. Twin Size Flexsteel I I Sleeper I ft Chair 920.00: .599.00:

hopes of starting a police DINING I I ROOMS Kroehler Sleeper,.Queen Size 675.00 399.00
LAMPS
auxiliary. Brooker said ht Sealy Posterpedic Intspg. or Foam Set 259.00 109.00
wanted to start this aid so
someone can take over his Sealy Posterpedic Intspg. or Foam Set' 219.00 99.00
functions when he is not there. Sealy Hotel Specials Intspg. Set 119.95 88.95 RETAIL SALE RETAIL SALE Out Door Furniture
Those 18 years of age or older Sealy Mix Match Intspg. Set 79.95 PRICE PRICE PUCE PRICE .

can apply. ealy Hotel Special Intspg. Mattress 49.95 Mobilite Desk Lamp $14.95 4.99 Bassett Group: . . . 943.85 641.81
Brooker said he would ealy Hotel Special Intspg. Box Spring 49.95 Phil Mar Modern Lamp. 119.00 49.11 Table ft 6 chain Traditional

time.recruit and train on his own Rattan Table Lamp Fruitwood . . 57.06 32.50 Bassett Group: . . . . 641.14 436.17 Discount U Po 30 %
That same night, the council Traditional Westwood Brass ft Black Base 95.65 61.20 Table ft 6 chairs Spanish '

agree to sponsor a boy scout Woolums Walnut .lamp . 111.94 71.64 Temple Stuart Group: . . . 1,267.97 762.00.
troop. The troop will be for RUG SAMPLES Westwood Chrome Lamp . i 78.19 46.91 Table ft 6 chairs Maple RETAIL SALE
youth 11-16 years old. Woolums Chrome ft Walnut Lamp . 93.94 42.35 Table ft 6 chain Maple PRICE PRICE

said In he other wanted action"no, Brooker Woolums Walnut Table Lamp ,. . . 46.69 28.01 Thomasville Group: . . . 1,71117 1,165.50 Samsonite Chaise Lounge 121.00 78.06
placed from the parking"signs railroad Values I To $395 Lightolier Study Lamp Black Base . 19.88 5.50 Table ft 6 chairs Italian Samsonite Chair Orange Mesh 95..46 ,61.0C

back to the cemetery on High- Woolums Walnut Modern Lamp 58.50 35.10 Thomasville Group: . . 2,453.75 1,668.55 Samsonite Redwood Cocktail Table Round 37.40 23.9
way 18. The restriction will be Woolums Walnut Floor Lamp . 129.94 29.95 Table ft 6 chairs, China cab. Camille French Samsonite Redwood dub Chair. 53.55'34.27
strictly enforced, he warned. While They Last 19 Berkline Walnut Table Lamp . (1.51 36.91 American of Martinsville Group: . 995.59 592.42 Samsonite Redwood Love Seat Blue ft Yellow 112.14 71.9
Brooker also
reported issuing 57.28 Table ft 6 Samsonite Redwood Rocker Blue Gr. 64.95 42.9
20 citations and 20 verbal 'Westwood Floor Lamp Spanish Red .,. 109.95 chain
warnings in the last month. Lamp 0 Ute Green Swag Lamp 43.87 21.98 Bassett China Cab. Spanish 470.53 319.95 Samsonite Ottman Blue Gr. Seat 26.51 16.96
In response to public CARPET 'Woolums Red Swig Lamp . 45.50 21.95 Bradford White Modem Buffet 115.56 79.26 Samsonite Picnic Round Table w-Benches 199.93 127.96
Arthur complaints of bad water Fine Art Spanish Red Swag Lamp . 75.37 29.93 Lane Corner Bev. Cab. Oak 381.73 259.57 Tropitone Table ft 4 Chain 371.22 237.58
supplier Bruno and a, candidate local water for Woolums Green Swag Spanish . . 30.93 14.99 Keller Group: 696.25 549.95 Wall ft Tube Table ft 4 Chairs 260.00 170.40
mayor submitted reports RETAIL SALE Westwood Early Am. Brass ft Wood Swag 79.50 45.11 Table ft 6 chain Spanish Wall ft Tube Group, Yel. ft White Gr ft White 260.00 158.40
from the Board of Health that PRICE PRICE Lusterlon Green i White Swig lamp . 29.95 11.50 Keller Early Am. Maple China Cab. 341.41 232.15 Two Arm Chairs
the water is satisfactory. Green Shag 9x12 98.00 48.95 Temple Stuart Maple Buffet 321.26 233.21 One Ottman '"

Summers Mayoral announced candidate he William wants Green Shag 9x12 98.00 48.95 Lea Cherry Huntboard Queen Ann. 326.19 208.76 One Table
to have a forum for all the Green Shag 9 x 12 98.00 48.95 Thomasville Buffet French. Fruitwood 354.13 245.93 One Chaise Lounge
BEDROOMSRETAIL
candidates about a week Gold Sculptured Shag 12 x 14 125.16 69.95. Crawford Early Am.-Cherry China Cab. 422.13. 287.05 Wall ft Tube Group: . .'.. 150.00 101.811
before
the Sept. 9 elections. Runner Green Shag 12 x 2 12.95 9.95 Cafe Table ft 2 Chain ,

Columbus Mills Green Brown Loop 9 x 12 60.05 29.95 SALE Meadow Table ft 4 Chain 508.78 325.6;
8 Complete Green Rust Level Loop 11'4" x 13'2" 71.2058.95 PRICE PRICE Grosflex Table ft 4 Chain Whit. 34450 19995Lt.
Gr. Level Loop Col. Mill 12 x 15'2" 128.80 68.95 Kimball Door Chest Spanish 263.04 159.82 HEADBOARDS I')

FSP TrainingFlorida Dark Green Shag 12 x12 88.25 68.95 Thomasville Oak Door Chest 373.34 237.99 ,.:

State Blue Green Level Looped 12 x 28 159.95 76.95 Young Hinkle Early Am. Pine Ores ft Mir. 254.00 172.50 TABLES ,rir i
Johnny Davis Prison, Jerry employees lumbus Mill Gr. Level Loop 7 x 15 58.98 48.95 Sumter Dark Oak Spanish Chest 159.95 87.12 RETAIL SALE
U.val. Jr., Horace Gann. Masland Green Looped 9*9" x 97" 63.96 39.95 Bassett French Pecan Buffet 212.04 138.70 PRICE PRICE -.

Robert Hayes, Frank Long. lumbus Mills Gr. Level Lp. 12 x 12 167.50 80.00 Thomasville French Dresser ft Mirror 335.91 205.36 Lane King Size Burl Olive 23195 68.88 RETAIL SALE
Alan Martin. Stephen Thomasville French Powder Table ft Mir. 202.65 111.36 Newport King Size Pecan Panel 149.95 49.95. PRICE PRICE
Williams and C.K. Wright all e'ie Six Lane Pin Beverage.. 125.95 69.95
of Starke, have Thomasville Cent Cherry Ores ft Mir. 595.76 357.45 Bennington King Size Cannon Ball 23X75 Tablesis
recently graduated Three Bemhardt.. 125.95
79.95
from a fourweekcourse Thomasville Contemporary Walnut Chest 189.03 128.27 Thomasville King Size Panel Pecan 159.95 79.99 Lamp
LIVING I I ROOM Lea Pecan Cocktail. .Table 119.95 88.95
taught at the Correc- Bernhardt Dresser ft Mir. Pine Finish 195.82 139.65 Stanley King Size 219.95 6I.n
tional Training Institute at Thomasville Spanish Oak Chest . 230.78 155.78 Hurricane Wicker Queen Size White 8100 40.00 Brady Pine LedThomasville Taitt. 89.95 58.95
Kaiford The 160-hour Spanish Oak Nile Stand 125.63 77.50 Patriot Pine Queen Size Spindle 215.95 99.00 '**** Rnl8tM Oct. Shut., Commode 99.95 59.00

treatment, control course and covered rehabilitation TABLES Schoolfield Oak Trundle Bed 299.00 194.96 Patriot Pine Queen Size 259.95 109.00 Sinpr Pecan Pot Table Commode 59.95 34.95
of inmates Dresser ft Twin Mirrors Trad. Oak 420.00 305.45 Singer Full or Queen Size Pecan 6195 39.95 Lane Beverage Cocktail Table 239.95 109.95
through increased awarenessof Thomasville Pecan. Rite Stand 99.95 54.16 Singer Full Size Yellow 5145 19.95 Singer 60" Smoked Glass Cocktail Table 149.95 65.00
administrative and operating More than 120 to.choose from. Modern; Bernhardt Bedroom Group: .. "4.51 425.36 Lea Oak Full or Queen Size 69.95 jj'on. Lane Square Cocktail Table. 69.95 29.95
procedures within the Flo- French Italian, traditional and .cOflt."porHe.dboard! Thomasville Scroll Back Full or Q. Pecan 16195 69.95 Patriot Pine End Table 119.95 59.00
rida Rehabilitation Department as of Offender well ary styles. Some are odd from! discontinued Dresser Lea Maple Full Size 9195 39.95 Pete levlft..iM.....,Tallie 119.95 59.00
work in human relations. as groups, some are slow moving most in Mirror Memphis Pine Full Size Bed 9195 39.95 Orlando Bench Coffee: 34.95 19.00
Graduates earned nine perfect condition, some are slightly Chest H.nry.Unk Full Size Yellow 15195 UM Lea Walnut CommodeMM 69.50 39.95
semester credits from Lake scratched. All are real bargains.DISCOUNTED. .Two Nile Stands :Lea White 4 Poster Full Size 9195 Siege*Oct'Cemm.NwilbMarble 79.95 40.00

course City Community completion.College They upon will Caldwell Span. Med. Wood Tone Nile Table ". 69.93 34.12 Sumter Maple Twin Size . 7195 31.501'.Hn Commode PecanCetembia 89.95 49.95

continue training with 160 Sumter Oak Corner Desk . 109.95 29.95 Lea Oak Trundle .Bed. . . 325.00 111.00 .Hex Commode: 200.00 99.00
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various correctional Institu- Thomasville Spanish Dark Oak . 4195 It.95 Lane Smoked Clan Coffee Table 149.95 78.89
Chest 251.95 122.58 Dixie White Twin Size . .
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Dinner Given Aug. 15 Fashion Show.Luncheon


I For Wedding'Couple eThe facial SPtdejfaJyi q fflte Jf eye!

.Mrs, A.W. Chapman and honored couple and their By St. Marks ,
Mrs. C.E. Blalock were parents were seated The
hostesses( at a candlelight table was covered with a lace Aug.23 ( 1I0i,08Margaret

buffet dinner on Friday cloth over a gold liner and was ........ ..
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August 15, in honor of Christie centered with an arrangementof A fashion show and luncheon -
Kiggs and Jerry Williams daisies flanked by three will be held by the
whose marriage will be an lighted tapers.. The other Women of St. Mark's Churchon Geiger pcg9ee YOlJJ1OW
event, of August 29. guests were seated at several Saturday August 23, at Vickie Carver Junior Miss
*The home of Mr. and Mrs. small tables covered with noon in the Parish House on N.. Michael MacyWedding Donald Bakken and Mr.. and Mrs. Charles Bicentennial Princess of
Bill Dukes cloths. An daughter, Linda, of Miss Louise Stern Mrs.
on Cherry street, white linen Church street. Francis and children spent
of Mr.
Gainesville daughter
parents of Mrs. Chapman arrangement of lighted gold Mrs. Harry Gruen will serveas Aug. 23 Breckinridge, Minn are W.A.. Stern Mrs. Peggy Thursday to Saturday at and Mrs. J.T. Carver of
was the setting for the oc- tapers flanked with white and emcee and fall fashions for spending ten days with Mr. Shaller, Mrs. Lois Wilson and Disney World and Sea World. Starke welcomed Ha Hie
,
casion The 22 guests were yellow daisies centered each all ages will be fashioned by The marriage of Margaret and Mrs. J.B. Bakken Jr. and Mrs. Brenda Sweat attendedthe Mrs.W.B Mundy, Mrs. L.A., Bryant of the Globetrotters to
greeted at the door by Mrs. of the tables. members of the church. Geiger, daughter of Mrs. 'visiting Joey Bakken in the Luzier Christmas show at Canova Mrs. L.H. Jenningsand Gainesville
as a -
Chapman and Mrs. Blalock Three door prizes will be William R. Geiger of Green Shands Teaching,Hospital. the Hilton Hotel in Jackson- Mrs. R.A. Green spent of Gainesville.representative Monday.
'A large round table cented After dinner games were donated by Eagles, Leilas and Cove Springs, and Michael Four couples of the Friday ville on August 18. last week at Black Mountain Aug. 11 where Bryant was
the dining room where the enjoyed by the couples. The Stumps.The Macy son of Mr. and Mrs. night canasta club a Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper NC. and attended the WMU several
gave making public
hostesses presented the bride- donation of $2 will in- Lloyd Macy of Kingsley Lake surprise birthday party for Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cooper, conference at Ridgerrest appearances
Mrs. Gnann elect with a "Betty Crocker" clude luncheon and the show. will be an event of August!: 23 at Mrs. A.J. Eaves at the home Mrs. Betty McDonald of Baptist Assembly.
cook book rolling pin and 7 p.m. in St. Mary's Bradenton and Mr. and Mrs.
of Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Carver. Mr.and Mrs. Jimmy Hoppe
Tiny Lovell collender filled with Episcopal Church in Green Harold Branham and their Mr. and Mrs Donald Tilleyof
kitchen suuplies as Cove families attended the Cooper Pembroke Pines and family of Tampa were
necessary Cathy Wood Springs. Twenty-eight members of were
weekend of Mrs. O.L.
Wed August 15 a memento of the occasion. All friends and relatives are the Church of Christ enjoyed a family reunion at !Hart visiting Mr, and Mrs. Robbie Beasley and guests Mrs. J.W. Kin-
ShowerHonoree invited to attend. ''fellowship evening and Springs on Sunday. Shaller- and Mr, and Mrs. caid.
Mrs. Belle Gnann and Miss refreshments at the home of William Tilley over the
Riggs ,
Mrs.S
L.
Peek. Jr. and Mrs.
George "Tiny" Lovell were Mrs Prescott Mrs. Vergie Flynn last Friday W.H. Holland visited relativesin weekend. SKC and Mrs. J.N. Belche
united in marriage Friday Honored At night. and family of Norfolk.Va. are
evening.. August 15. at 8 p.m. Miss Cathy Wood.; whose Honored With nesday Register to Friday.Ga. last Wed- Miss Jean Mundy of visiting their mothers Mrs.
at the home of Mrs. Grace Bridal ShowerMiss marriage to Daryl Milliard Mrs. Evelyn Standard of Tallahassee is vacationing for J.G. Caldwell of Starke and
Searle sister of the bride in will be an event of August :29!>. Stork ShowerMrs. West Frankfurst 111. is Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy three weeks at the Mundy Mrs. A.C. Belche in Lake
Theressa. Christie Kiggs. bride was honored at a bridal visiting her brother-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Robert cottage at Kingsley Lake. Butler this week The Belche
The marriage was per- elect of Jerry Williams was shower Thursday night at I In- June Brown Prescottwas and sister Mr. and Mrs. L.C.. Milner Jr visited Disney family. Mrs. Caldwell. Mrs. j
formed by Rev Norman honored at a lingerie shower home of Mrs. L.C. Sapp on honored at a stork shower Early, this week., World and Sea World last Mrs. E.W. Hayes visitedMr. Bill Edwards and daughters
in the of the ] and Mrs, L.A. in
Redding
presence Weekly and Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and
Bayless Friday and .
immediate families. August 12 given by Mrs. Highway recently given by Margaret Saturday.Mr. Ocala the weekend.
Freeman Register, ill and Hostesses were Mrs Sapp, Wise. Darlene Wise Debbie Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. over daughters visited St.
Mrs. Edward: Kipplmgcr at :Mrs. Blaine Thompson. Mrs. Dyal and Debra Jordan givenat Howell of Lake City were last and Mrs. George W. Miss June Harding of Augustine on Tuesday.
Eastern Star the home of the latter. :Morris. Kelly. Mrs. Glen the home of the honoree's Tuesday visitors of Mrs. J.H. Brown will spend the weekend Atlanta and Mrs. Dorothy
Starling Pd rs. Gwen Jackson.Mrs. sister Mrs. Ralph Wise. Fields. Mrs.Fields also had as with Mr.and Mrs. L.M.Stonerin Price of Brunswick were last Mr.and Mrs. W.L. Lambertof
Supper Aug. 23 A yellow. green and while : GeorgeShulord; and Mrs A pink and white color motif Sunday visitors Mr. and Mrs. Ocala and will attend a Friday visitors of Mr and Newport spent the past
color motif was used in I ilu- Leon I Marling. was carried out in the Charles Fields of Jackson- board meeting at the Harry- Mrs. t.B. Harding week with Mr. and Mrs. John
Starke Chapter 224. Order decorations The relrvshnifiit Tinrelreshnunl 'table decorations. The refreshmenttable ville. Anna Crippled Children's Greene
ol the Eastern: Star will have table.was covered uith a Ic.i lured a lowly cake was covered with a Mr.and Mrs. Tom Ritch, Jr. Hospital on Saturday.LTC Mrs. W.H. Hart and son-in-
a covered dish supper yellow-gold cloth mi'ilaicl decorated in I'ainhll'c'olors\ hand embroidered pink and of Jacksonville spent several law and daughter. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Blood-
Satuda.... August 23., at.7 p.m.- ,with a lace cloth! and centered depicting Die colors. chosen InIht white cloth and centered witha days last week with Mrs. and Mrs. Don Koretz Mrs. Mike 1IaIInd son. worth and daughter Carol,
in the Masonic NaI .' with an arrangement ol mixed > bride-elect lei hl'I'ld.. pink and white stork cake. Carrie Hitch and daughter Manya, of Ke\'in. returned l last Thursday attended Bloodworth the graduation ol
All Masons and their roses. The two cukesure ding Games were played by the Alexandria.Va. spent the past from two weeks tour ol :New Ellen Irom
families:\ are invited to attend. decorated in the wedding, (Games were played and :.to guests and prizes award Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cooper week with her mother, Mrs. Orleans Grand Cain on. Valdosta State College on
awarded.BIRTHS. which relreshments and Reid of Durham. Arlin Saturday with a BS degree in
theme, pn/es alter son McKnight and attendedthe Yellowstone ;National; Park
Little Women were served.Ul'I'I.I.ITEIlltIDGE. N.C. were Saturday visitors of BHS 1950 25th class Salt Lake (City and other Criminal Justice.:
'The gift table was i-eiilvivd Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper. reunion held Saturday night. points ol interest! in the \\est. iSi-o 'Page/ II'
Guests At : with a large bride (doll. : : M. -
The, approximately :20! Cl.l'BKKSl'l.TSDr. : -- -- -- -- -
Swim PartyThe guests enjoyed, n.um-s! and \ and Mrs. Ari Watana
relri'bhemcnls during the I wire t the winning couple at Your
Little Women's ( Iuh of party hours Duplicate) Bridge Tuesday,
Starke was guest at a swim Bernice Brinke
night. Mrs.
:Mr and :Mrs. (i.ir.lanus
party\ and luncheonid- :Mrs John Uigjis( :Mr>. :Norman ol Slarke announce ,aid !Mrs. P.A. Johnson were
ni'sdiiy. August \lt.: given l h>' (:ioraldilhums and the the birth "I'II daughter, Ken: Vecond and Mrs. Lex Green VAN H. PRIEST
their sponsors. Mrs. Henry honoree ware PI'l'M'nll'dllIh Sue iMirn August t 1st in the and Mrs. J.D. Odom were
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(tiiduin andII'S: K.W.
corsages" Alachua; General Hospital I third.
Strickland at the :
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Grandparents; m'l'11': and
l bake home of the Inner. EVERYTHING
The nine members attending The hostesses pr((iilyd \i is. Raleigh Strickland and Mr. and Mrs Edward Store Is Ready For FOR
enjoyed l KVMMHIIIMH I in :Miss! Itiggs ti gown and slippers Mr. :1111111'1'0.l James .K.Norman :. Hudson of Blountsville. Ala. p BACKTOSCHOOLI-
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as a momt'iilo or I the last
week
the morning by lunch served were visitors of her !
on the patio. occasion. mother. Mrs. Nelson Green, .

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give the carpet a sculptured CLEAN _
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but are also varied break PK.
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High-tow shags or for that
very luxurious and are .$ 4.00 Plastic $049 1973 Ford Courier 1973 Chevy Caprice _
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the assistance of her worked at Winkler Electric as bookkeeper for seven
and Barbara Hollings- years. Service What We Sell
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Florist Transworld Delivery Mrs.Dorothy Starting has four years experience as Friendly Service From ,
which provides world designer and Mrs.Barbara Hollingsworth has eleven i I
customer. years experience in her field.
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for all occasions they ,Julia and her daughters go to various designs I
flowers and plants, fresh as schools and shows in Florida and South Georgia.
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TILE CIRCUIT COURT named Defendants and that on IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Florida Statutes notice is hereby seal of said Court on this 19th
.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF given that the undersigned
of 1975.GILBERTS..
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF the 8th day of September 1975 FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL day August
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT -
Dale E. Brown P.O. Box
763
1 =LORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- OF FLORIDA AND FOR between the legal hours of sale. ,CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- .
Starke Florida 32091
ORD COUNTY.. namely 11:00: o'clock In the FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. doing BROWNAS
BRADFORD COUNTY. forenoon and 2:00 o'clock In the biBinesB under the firm name of CLERK OF SAID COURT.By .

CIVIL ACTION Case No.75 CASE NO.73-191 afternoon on said day at Ed's CASE NO.75204CPIn "MISTER B'S SANDWICHINN" : Jeffrey Scott McRae!
82 Gulf Service 2163 North Temple 1401 N. Temple" Avenue Deputy Clerk/.<
FIRST NATIONAL STATE
BANK OF OCEAN CITY formerly Avenue Starke Bradford Re: Guardianship of DAVID Starke Bradford County, 8/21 4t 9/11
,t Re: The Matter of the Trust Company of Ocean County Florida I will offer for KENNETH RAY.NOTICE Florida 32091 intends to register _
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Vdoptran of TIMOTHY SHANE sale and sell to the highest said fictitious name under the -
County a New Jersey Banking IN THE CIRCUIT COURT; :;
bidder for cash in hand the
JREENE Corporation Plaintiff OF ACTION provisions of aforesaid statute. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF:'
-va- above-described property as Dale I E.: Brown sole owner. FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD-,
NOTICE OF SUIT- EOWARD W. SCHEYDER JR., the property of the said Defen- ToEUGENE: RAY Dated this 25th day of July A. FORD COUNTY. ;
NO PROPERTY and ROSEMARY SCHEYDER dants to satisfy said Execution. Address Unknown D. 1975.

1 husband and wife Defendants.. 7/314tchg 8/21 CIVIL ACTION J
1 4, O.Glenn: Kevin Vara Dolph Reddish YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat CASE No.75.60 ,:
Sheriff of --------------
2049 Cherry Lane NOTICE OF a Petition for Appointment In re: The Matter of the'!
Bradford County Florida
Chesapeake Virginia SHERIFF'S SALE' By: Dolph E. Reddish of Guardian of the person and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Adoption of JEROME BASS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Sheriff property of David Kenneth Ray, THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-

,. ......_-... if ij YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that I I. Dolph Reddish Sheriff of 8/14 4tchg 9/4 a minor has been filed by LollieK. CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR NOTICE OF SUIT-
4 hat an action for adoption has Bradford County Florida:under King and you are required to BRADFORD COUNTY. NO PROPERTY
o Y een filed against you Glenn and by virtue of a Writ of execu- serve a copy of your written CASE NO.75231.IN .
:evin Vara and you are required tion heretofore issued out of the defenses or response if any to ToROZINA: WILSON
A > serve a copy of your written above-entitled Court in the it on Jack A. Langdon attorney RE: The Marriage of Address Unknown
efenses. if any to it, on thetaintiff's above-styled cause have levied Some people recommend put- for petitioner whose address is CAROLYN STARLING GRIFFIS
attorney whose name upon the following property .linK u letter from your love In One Southeast First Avenue PROCTOR Wife/Petitioner YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
',. nd address is GEORGE H. situate, lying and being in Brad- 'u can und throwing it Into Post Office Drawer "C", and ERLE RAY PROCTOR Husband an action for Adoption has
IERCE Esquire Attorney at ford County Florida to-wit: running water to make aura Gainesville Florida, 32602 on or /Respondent. been filed against you ROZINA
\ iw, P.O. Drawer 1030 Starke One ((1)) Acre Square In North she loves you.NOTICE before 29 August 1975 and file WILSON and you are required to
odds, 32091 and file the orl- east comer of West half IW 1/21) the original with the Clerk of this NOTICE OF SUIT- ,serve a copy of your' writtenv:
,nal with the clerk of the above of Block 1 South of Range 2
Court either before service onPlaintiff's NO PROPERTY defenses if any to M, on the' :
-yled: court on or before Sept- West Simon J.Temples Subdivision '' *
Imme-
OF INTENTIONTO attorney or plaintiff s attorney whose Mms'and )?
Ttoer 2, 1975; otherwise a of lands at Temples Mills REGISTER diately thereafter; otherwise ToERLE: RAY PROCTOR addr_' fa GEORGE H::
I idgment may be entered in Northwest one-quarter of FICTITIOUS NAME said Petition may be granted. Address Unknown PIERCE. Esquire.( Attorney all
:.,. ,igainst you for the relief Northeast one-quarter (IMW 1/4 Pursuant to Section 86509 WITNESS MY HAND AND YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Law P.O. Drawer 1030, Stark" .
.- -"" --.- .. demanded in the complaint or of NE 1/4)) of Section 21, Town SEAL of this Court 22nd an action for dissolution of
.. notice is hereby on
IIII! Florida Statutes day
petition. 6 South 22 East as Florida 32091 and file the original -
ship Range given that the undersigned of July 1975. marriage has been filed against
It's the leisurely life now for Irene Ratliff Hunter who just WITNESS my hand and the per map or plat thereof recordedin Mrs. Cleo Redding, Rt. 3, Box you and you are required to with the clerk of the above
retired as Postmistress of the Graham Post Office after 26 seal of said Court on July 28 Deed Book C, Page 424 27, Starke. Florida 32091 doing GILBERT BROWNAs serve a copy of your written styled court on or before Sept
sears of service. 1975. thereof of the Public Records of business under, the firm name of Clerk of the Court defenses if any to it on SHAW ember 2, 1975; otherwise a judg-
Bradford County, Florida ex- AND KOPELOUSOS Attorneys ment may be entered againstyou
"REDDING WASHETERIA", By: Lila R. Yawn
l\Irs.lrene Ratliff Hunter RetiresAfter GILBERT BROWNAs cept road right.of-waV of U.S. 447 Madison Street Starke As Deputy Clerk for Petitioner whose address is for the relief demanded in
Clerk of said Court XI, SUBJECT to the mortgageof Bradford County Florida, intends 7/314t 8121NOTICE 142 West Cat Street Post Office the complaint or petition.
26 years of service, As an extra for the Graham By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Register Oil Company. AND to register said fictitious Box 1086, Starke Florida WITNESS my hand and the
Irene Hatiiff Hunter has residents Mrs. Hunter helped Deputy Clerk ALSO: All personal property under the provisions of 32091, and file the original with seal of said Court on July 28,
name
retired as Postmistress of the them write letters and also 7/314tchg 8/21 located therein or thereon the aforesaid statute. the Clerk of the abovestyledCourt 1975.
Graham Post Office. read mail to those who could hereinabove described real on or before September
Mrs. Cleo Redding sole
OF INTENTIONTO
"It's been a real pleasure not read. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF property. A more particular owner. REGISTER 22, 1975 otherwise a judgmentmay GILBERTS. BROWNAs
working with the fine folks in THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- schedule of which may be Dated this 5th day of August be entered against you for Clerk of said Court
FICTITIOUS NAME
Graham," the lifetime Though she can work a few CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR obtained from the Clerk .of the A.D. 1975 at Starke Florida. the relief demanded in the Peti By: Beulah M. MoodyAs

Bradford County resident more years Mrs. Hunter said BRADFORD COUNTY. Circuit Court. 8/7 4tp 8/28 Pursuant to Section 865.09 tion.WITNESS Deputy Clerk
savs. she'd rather retire and do as the property of the above- my hand and the 7/314tchp 8/21

Mrs. Hunter started her what she wants while her CASE NO.75-221
duties as postmistress in 1949. health is still good.
At that time Graham was a She said she will spend her IN RE: The Marriage of RALPHJ.
lumber town and the pulpwood free time in her ceramic shop BELLWOOD Husband, and I / r s 1
? yIr
r r ,
business was its and garden. She is also BONNIE P. BELLWOOD Wife. r
livelihood Mrs Hunter said planning a trip to Hawaii next

she remembers a service summer. NOTICE OF SUIT SAYE
station and a grocery store Mrs Hunter has two sons SAYE

that are no longer( there. Colen and Walter Ratliff. ToBONNIE: P. BELLWOODco 20 20t
The mail business seems to Colen owns the University Louisiana Departmentof GREAT LOTS OFCHICKEN
be in her blood-her motherwas Plaza Style Shop in Welfare
postmistress in Louise for Gainesville. Walter has Baton Rouge Louisiana
many years. Louise was a served 23 years in the Navy GROUND
settlement on the Santa Fe and is presently serving in San YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat SUPERMARKETS
River near Waldo.Legals. Diego Calif.Senior action for dissolution of
an ENHANCED' ,
STARKE 3 WINOS-1 NtCKS o.IET.Xas.
75% FRESH! GROUND PEEP!
marriage has been filed against 3 RIOTS OUAKTIRS WITH IACKS.
WITH 25% VEGETABLE PROTEIN.
320 SOUTH 3 LEO ,
OUANTIHS WITH BACKS
Pictures you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written WALNUT ST.
NEW FLORIDA

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Orders Due Friday defenses RICHARD E.if WELT any to Attorneyfor it on DEL.CIOUSI C PREMIUM
69 GRADE OR
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Petitioner, whose address is ECONOMICAL aanpearedsKcrt/ /
FLORIDA IN AND FOR Last chance for Bradford 114 N. Walnut Street P.O. Box TRY SOME! U.S.0.1 FOOD STUMP GEORGIATODAY
BRADFORD COUNTY High seniors to place an order 995, Starke Florida 32091 and LB COUPONSBONELESS SHIPPED 39cu
for senior pictures is file the original with the Clerk of _
CIVIL ACTION tomorrow (Friday Aug. 22)) the above-styled Court on or
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the
Case
No.75-183 before
high school. September 1. 1975 EveryDayLowPrke I3U I- -
otherwise a judgment may be -
In re; The Matter of theAdoption ,-, Fifty percent of an order entered against you for the,relief
; ,of\TAMMY\ 1 DENISE< e must be paid down at the time demanded in the Petition. BEEFSTEAKS r BEEF BLADE JP? WHOLE BEEF 26 1 .r nI .
t SWEET
PADGETT ,* the order is made.' Studentsare : WESTERN
WITNESS my hand and the
asked to see Assistant seal of said Court on the 29th CHUCK BOTTOM
Principal Charles Hall CANTALOUPES
NOTICE OF SUIT- in the day of July 1975.
NO PROPERTYTo administration building. ROUNDS

Gilbert S. Brown ROAST
: All Interested Parties
AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat t.t t.t t.t t.t t.tt.t t.t.It.lt : Beulah M. MoodyDeputyOerk
an action for adoption has US GOV T U S COV T .. .v, $139
been filed against you and you INSPECTEDCORN INSPECTEDCORN iir M. uw i i.ri
7/31 8/21
are required to serve a copy of 4tchg FED FED

your written defenses if any to demanded in the complaint or
it, on the plaintiffs attorney, petition. /
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
whose name and address is WITNESS my hand and the
GEORGE H. PIERCE Esquire, seal of said Court on Aug. 11, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 1'..'., I'.d. t. CHUCK Ie p.n,,",. >D PKSS NLV w ,... I' i54EAK5
Attorney at Law P.O. Drawer 1975. FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- SLICEDBOLOGNA I I 1 Farmland SKINLESS GROUND CAROLINA GREEN
FORD COUNTY.
'I
1030, Starke. Flonda 32091. and BEEF
file the original with the clerk of Gilbert S. Brown i ... Dinners FRANKS PEACHES euKEsn.l

the above styled court on or As Clerk of said Court Case CIVIL No.ACTION 75-183 89CI'.G. M 98u f 99 69 78: 3. shoo 9
before Sept. 15, 1975 otherwisea By: Beulah M. MoodyAs a EACH
judgment may be entered Deputy Clerk
.
In : The Matter of the .
for re
against you the relief 8/21 4t 9/11
Adoption of TAMMY DENISE
PADGETT t
PINK LIQUID
NOTICE OF SUIT. r DETERGENT ". :

NO PROPERTYTo 49

: All Interested Parties

COMPARE owp.icswY COMPARE aN....:. 'COMPARE Ou.......... ..u....
aY, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat .ow...oc.. u. ye

an action for adoption has Pork Loin prews-ff"131! Pot Roast : DO'" ::: c_ $ J Pot Roast u i OOVT INI. CON no $159
been filed against you and you Chops ;" ; : 40< : ...... :.. I 1O I (OKIUO DOU.ID.U I 20

are your required written to defenses serve a if copy any of to SQUARE CUT SHOULDER ?FROZEN 79&' 1 Lamb Chops r":: ou:: .ooe':.. 99* 30' Eye Fillet Steako:i:::;{i sE I ; .199 ,.


whose it, on the name plaintiff's and address attorney is Meat Loaf Mix :KMKS": BBC ... !I Lamb Roast ME oaNOULwN.u NC.,10lMq 79* .o. j 1 Beef Steakettes :sm: ..... M59 1 30


Attorney GEORGE at H.Law PIERCE P.O., Esquire Drawer Round Roast v..0....0....,'.:,::;.eo..ouo.30'..OlD" I Ocean Perch sm&.... 39' ..' 7 Bone Steak ,..NTC:::;.D.. DO... S 129 ::10

file 1030 the, Starke original Florida with the 32091 clerk and of Shoulder Steak :aSS:: ,a:;-.. M" 2" I I Fryer Comb.PKG. :TOSS:..4"" 89cra' Fish Sticks 'wo...........NX0//10 S129 ::10

the above ........ LOW ...'en.J.D..... on. .WI.. SO.u.0011 SOON TNNU.uGu1T a,. nn D.po.."".'D"'. .......D '
styled court on or

before otherwise September a judgment 15 may 1975 be: EveryDayLowPrke TK* OWitq fwd Pi ffe I EveryDayLowPrke j Ike Q bb| FW Ffepb

entered against you for the relief
SAVI fAYI IAYt SAYE
demanded in the complaint or jar LOW CALORIE Ip7 MOTTS 14r 401

petition.WITNESS my hand and the PUNCH PFEIFFERDRESSING APPLEJUICE Pantry Pride

seal of said Court on August 11, LAUNDRY

1975. Tea Bags4l
DETERGENT

Modern living.It's Gilbert S. Brown
A*Clerk of said Court $ 32oz 100
By: Beulah M. Moody 84oz COUNT
part of As Deputy Clerk BOX JAR BOX
_8/14 4tchg 94y

each arKJI every COMPARE >w MHCMI u*TO { To LOW"" 01' U*TO

mobile home we sell TI Roach & Ant Bomb ?;: 99'to' i Pantry Pride Cups:.-79 tai j Pantry Pride Spinachriv5/95e: / .:I'

Peanut Butter::....u.//L M" ::10' i Foam Cups -.Yi": 59t.. i Greens ::;...::ti;".:-.;.',... 4/95/ sI .

What you want is the good life style, Pantry Pride Olives: .,55c ., I Sliced Carrots ::::.. ...- 4/M/ 1 ... i j EconomyDinners :5;'ui 2/89/ ..


But with not all if the it's modern going to conveniences.cost an arm .Cyitthif. LtDirtelor. Taco Casserole r.e.r79; ., Mashed 'Potatoes::::::..'?-39', 4. j Lambrect Pizza :".'.:'u 77* :*"

nd a leg. Td.. Coiuumtr CII...Rilttiont..Co. Off Pantry, Pride Wipes ... 49t.. |1 Lime Detergent ;:::.. .." 58tU'< { Deodorant ::o;:;::." ?,:'::* 99 .0'

You'll find that it doesn't, when you Save Money At Laundry Time ,

look into one of our modern Follow some simple en-
homes You'll find mobile ergy-taving tipe at laundry- N BANQUET GST.-, ., '
everything you time to save money, too! CUT CREEN ENGLISH
POT PIES
wantat a price you demand. Here how: BEANS MUFFINS BREAD
Wash clothe. In 'cold
water. There's no noticeable r 3/l JI''

See Mark & Elaine Olin difference in laundering result
between hot and cold --------------- .. .
For :: r. 0.. ,. ,..,..
More Information water waihe ,
RAM ] f 1st//
Do only full laundry JONN.ON. n ....'''..._ .
OLIN'S MOBILE HOMEHwy loads. Several null load of 1 .T->M 999 I BABY LAVORI I WHIP ICED ANGEL HONEY
laundry ue more water and t>'. CAN. I OIL UTNWA: TOPPINGf FOOD CAKE BUNT
electricity than one big load. ... A"'RO aOL j
100 W. Sort clothe to _. ..I= $ f N.r j c
964-5606 according a..99
Starke, amount and kind of soil 1 ..WITH.U..v...Tm.T MIN.T eo. !.,N../..oo,<>..."i t''.;} 9 49 14 w.Naaa.Naa 79 .A.2/

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.. --7 Cars_ Tnhttn_ n., On___.

CLASSIFIED AU RATES 2001 N.W.Cadillac/ 13 Trade 378.530'GAINESVILLE '

-. PERSONAL SERVICE I .t. FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES AJ. Ihomas;Realtor
J JFOR
Hrkdline for insertion REAL ESTATE 421 N. Walnut St. ff

.TIII'Kellty Noon preceding USED Tel. 964-6162

.Thursday: In-fore publication 7 Room House, nice section of

HOME REMODELING AND SALE: Improved varieties City. Hardwood Floors some
Minimum: Charge $2.1( ) REPAIR: Master electrician white and black Muscadine FOR SALE: 1973 Kawasaki 500 items of furniture, lots of GARAGE

((Cover 1.1 \Words) plumber and carpenter. Rea- grapes 40 cents per lb. You motorcycle $900. 964-8632. storage, carport paved driveway
Each; word over 15 sonable rates. 964-8087. 8/14 pick. Mrs. Opal Lilly Flora. Itchg 8/21 comer with paved streets
'.C' Ml cents 4tchg 94WEDDING home, Fla.: 8/14 3tp 8/28 ----- -- shade trees and shrubbery. SALE

'. ---------- ------------ FOR SALE: 97r5atsun 510 2 Priced at $17,500.00. terms may
All ('IIIKslfleeldK must be -- door Sedan, excellent condi- be arranged.
FOR SALE: AKC boxer
for in PICTURES PLUS: puppies tion, good rubber
paid advance new
hn\'.. an established unless account you They can be reasonable. Let 8/21 100. Ph. 473-3016. Itchg battery new radiator & hose irwiIlr ac'i 8.71 acres West side State Road 1085 Neil Court

with the Telegraph, in that me show you our albums. Ph. 1 throughout. Call Claude Real Facts No 100 just outside City Limits
---------
9645313 mrm Off
Alton Rd.
oteiit ;r;11 cents extra charge .. tfchg. Crowson 9646305 a.m. or Price $15.500.00.Offices .
I r'N' billing. Not responsible! for .----------- FOR SALE: French Poodle 473-4225 afternoons Itp 8/14 1a on Real REALTY I II I

errors when given over IheIlhonl' INSTALL C.B & tape players male full blooded. 5 monthsold. ------------ Estate and/or business, storageor

or when copy Is not House interior work & $50. 964-6623. ftp 8/21 FOR SALE: 1974 Malibu Classic rent. Sat.

U"|>od and brought to the of- washing traitors. Call 964- ------------ AT AC. Will take a trade! e, '
lite.BILL'S. 7848. Itp 8/21 $300 equity. Call 964-5365. Itp By I 54 Lots in City with utilities avail
--_-------- FOR SALE: AKC St. Bemards, 8 8/21 able. Suitable for development.
-
weeks old 1 female rough Cecelia
coat with perfect markings TerwillegarREAL 23rd Aug.

$150. 1 female smooth coat FACTS ABOUT REAL ESTATE

:' PERSONAL SERVICE t FOR SALE J JFOR $75. 1 smooth coat female r-- WANTEDWANTED ---1
$50 964.5095. Itp 8/21 Title/ insurance is available to those people who wanta BYRON E. DUCE
guarantee that their title is clear. A title/ company Reg. Ren1 Estate Broker 9 A.M.. Till
will insure that the deed is free of encumbrances (with 393 N. Temple Ave

SAW SHOP: Complete SALE: Fiber glass Corvette Used sofas bedroom certain exceptions duly noted) and protects the buyer 964-7700

sharpening service, circular, Go Cart chassis and body MotorcyclesSUZUKI I sets washers stoves and from losses due to faulty claims, defective titles, and HOUSE FOR RENT

hand, carbide chain mower mag wheels, $75. 782.3576. refrigerators Dahmers Discount all legal expenses. 5 acres Long Champ
blade hollow ground and bal- Itp 8/21 7/24 Btchg 9/22 The title company is usually faster at processing 160 acres I
....
; anced. Leave at Jackson ------------ -- -------- titles, and more highly trained so the buyer can be House&3 acres *
"V;: Building Supply Starke or FOR SALE: 1973 Glastron Gt OF STARKE: Your RETIRED COUPLE want to rent assured of protection when making a purchase. Home and

Keystone. Heights, tfchg. 160 16-ft. with 1973 Mercury authorized Suzuki Dealer. 2 or 3 bedroom house by Dealing with professionals is the safe and secure Let us help you with your (Building Materials *
- --- 140 HP and heavy duty gal Phone 964-6020. 304 East Call! November. Call after 230: way to do business. We are real estate professionals financing.
"
CHECK THE RED CARPET vanized trailer. Tommy Black- Street. rfchg. p.m. 431.1184ltp_ 8/21 and we can help you make the purchases you want for' WE BUILD
------ ----- your protection and convenience. See us today. Listing needed for 3 'YOUR
-- BR house. PLANS OR
SECTION this paper for shear Kingsley Lake. 533- --------- OURS

HOLIDAY INN GULF 2441 night or day. 8/21 2tp YOUR
.. 7/10 94CHILDCARE Special. 8/28 Preferred PropertiesWe LISTINGS FINANCING LOT OR OURS
9tp have some excellent acreage small large RENTALS NEEDED FREE
------------ FOR REHTFOR ESTIMATES
- -- --- lOST AND fOUND tracts! Call Anytime

.:, : : My home hot FOR SALE: Washers dryers ----- VERNIE ODOM \ REMODELING REPAIRS
lunches snacks, fenced play refrigerators $35 and up. 2 Mimosa Drive off Bessent Road Attractive brick 964-5476 AOOITIOto.lSMOMESBOUGHT'SOLO
yard shady. Hour day or door refrigerator freezer, frost nearly new 3 BR 2B CH&A with an acre of land rather
..;... weeks All ages. 964-5610. free 3 ton central air. 964- LOST: Want to know where RENT: 2 bedroom air conditioned secluded.
.:'-' 8/21\3tp 9/4 5760. ftp 8/21 abouts, dead or alive of black mobile home on nice ----- TRADED
------------ male shady lot. Call 9640029. Itp 2 BR Frame house outside city.
poodle. Rhinestone Delightful, immaculate 3 BR 2B,
-- ----- Saratoga Heights
[ ACREAGE
8/21 Excellent condition 2.3 : FOR SALE
WILL BABY SIT in my home FOR SALE: cows with calves collar. 9647923. Itchg 8/21 CH&A, tastefully decorated pretty back yard. acres
--
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Mon-Fn.\ 9648165. Itp 8/21 and S Brangus heifers. Rodney ------------ ---- ----- $38,000 3 BR, 2 Bath CHErA, 964-6853

-r------ -- --- Gnffis, Griffis Loop, 964- STRAYED CATTLE: Have been FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfur- Remote, yet close in 40 of the cleanest acres you'll One Acre Lot. 1,656sq. ft. living HWY 301 S STARVE 'F
'; 6767. ftp 8/21 here 60 days. Owner can have nished house. Air and car- ever see. Beautiful hay some timber fenced & cross area. 1 1'// miles out of City Limits .g;

SfWIN$ MACHINES repaired ------------ same by paying expenses and peted. $165 per mo. 9645944. fenced ponds home with CH&A .large LR country of Starke.For .
till nukes cleaned, oiled and Identifying. 485,1848 between Itp 8/21 kitchen complete with a good variety of friendly, Sale: Story house close to
anteed. Jdmus Strickland 964- Amana Freezer $50, 1972 ------------ ----- downstairs 3 apt. $ SAW $
8733. 1 Jfchg Suzuki. 400 motorcycle $500. FOR RENT: Nicely furnished 1 Kingsley Lake'- Rambling home with large living and BR.
;, 964 5875 after 4 pm tfchg. bedroom apts. A/C all electric 30 acres with good timber
dining room, sunny Fla. room, 4BR 2B, dock, and along
--------_--- near school. Call Day 964- narrow lot. paved road front. 4 miles N of FRED DAVIS

10 x ;20 PATIO COVERS: FOR SALE: 15 1/2ft. tri-hull, 40 HOUSES fOR RENTFOR 7286 Night 473-3096. Itp ----- Starke terms.Commercial GMC TRUCKS

Homes and mobile homes. HP Evinrude motor & trailer 8/21 Colley Road Large, well built, CB home, 3 BR, 2B, BUICK PONTIAC"A
$180 installed, $140 unmbtalled $900. Cal 533-2159 after 4 ------------ CH&A, terrazzo floors throughout, fireplace, over an building, block construction LITTLE RIDE CAN

GATOR MOBILE p.m. Itp 8/21 FOR RENT: Furnished duplex acre of land. 2,400 sq. ft. 1 acre SAVE YOU A LOT" TF
RENT: Summer rental land 3 miles from Sta ke.
HOME SERVICE CO. Ph. 372- ------------ utilities furnished. 603 E. ----- -GREEN COVE SPRINGS"
9767, Gdinesville. tfchg. FOR SALE Portable cottages on Kingsley. Lake, air Washington Ave., Starka. ftp Road 16 Brick 3 BR 1 B, kitchen with dining area, LR
: boat docks conditioned. Ph. 5332366after 19 acres Lawtey good timber -
- -- 8/21 ..and an acre of land.
built at Crown Central LumberCo. 6 pm tfchg. Terms.
SEWING MACHINES by W.T. Scott. Built ., ------------ ----- '
repaired, to -----------
Weldon Street. Ocala block 1800 sq. H. home, 3 BR, 2B,
all makes cleaned oiled and order, 16 to 40 feet long or FOR RENT: Olin's Subdivision 176 acres Brooker area. Some
kitchen, LR, DR, room with fire. Wall
family
room
game Drilling
adjusted $7." Work guaranteed longer, 40 inches wide or 1/2 acre .lots $25.00 per planted pines..
outdoor ,
place (near completion) grill utility bldg.
James Strickland, 964- wider, up to eight feet wide, month. Water & Sewage
8733. tfchg. with auto axles, wheels and HELP WANTED furnished. For information call large lot with pecan trees. 1 to 10 acres open land. 4 Miles 2" thru 6"

.,------"':"' tires, with trailer hitch. Also Mark Olin, Olin's Mobile from Starke. Home sites only.
all types of trailers built @nd Homes s. Cecelia T. Terwillegar Fast Rotary
MOBil I Ij\!QME\> MOV110O:",;\ :.1tchg.8'/21'---- -., ..- --. .""' Sales Hwy. 100 W.., -, ,v. Reg. Real Estate Brtffter204W > 1.to.2, ,
"' r, ... ... V 3tarke."fl64-5606.! tf Cnff.::"r- -, -. w. .. ."' 1 acres mobile home sites. Equipment
A-T.EN"TION. .1' tAAadlIon
Drilling
.
home '
mobile 'EMO ...._ ..
t, .
hurricane an- ---- ----- ---- : --_Ja.FOR !:::. 64-777f .N.W. of Starke ?: Terms grit
11 office
choring and mobile home roof STRATORS: Toys & Gifts. State LicensedPumps
coating. Olin's MOBILE FOR SALE: 27,000 BTU air con- Work now thru December. RENT: 12' wide mobile home 964.5145 George Roberts Jr.

ditioner. Used 2 summers FREE sample Kit. No homes outside city limits. J.B. Starke, Florida REQ REAL ESTATE BROKER
Home Service. 964 5606, Rt. experience -
$200.9647624 or after 6, 496. I
100W. Starke Fla. 2950. Itchg. 8/21 needed. Call or writeSanta's White. Ph. 964.6114tfchg.. If 9647826We
tfchg- -
Parties Avon Conn. /
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06001. Ph. 1 ((203)) 673-3455. MULTIPLE 1 New & Used
FOR SALE: Sorrell mare well 1
ELECTRICIAN EXPERIENCED Also Booking Parties. 8/21 m
licensed, bonded reasonable trained cutting horse also 13tp 11/13 | LISTINGS | SalesPansServiceE.Z'Terms
for Call 964-
good pleasure.
964 6061. HOUSE fOR SALE Have Used
rates save -
money. 8659 between 5pm, and 8:30: ------------ :7.41&tn C earson.

tfchg; p.m. ftp 8/21 : Handyman Special $3,500
I I
-- WASHERS &
REAL ESTATE
------------
2 BR 4 acres $6,500 $35
WATKINS DEALERS HAVE;; FOR SALE: Ford delux camper MISCEllANEOUSlOSE FOR SALE: FARM: 4 bedroom GIICYF """T v. ,.,., '... CHANGES up I I PlumbingNew I

flexible hours excellent earnings shell 1 camper with bathroom house 10 acres pasture & I Handyman Special $7,000 I II

pleasant selling. Write refrigerator and stove. pines tractor & new equip- Furnished 2 BR home new Sawy.rApplianc.a- Installation/
Mad Sales Division Dept. 10 9645406. Itchg 8/21 1 ment. Livestock included Starke BR 2 .
roof new paint chain link lots $10,500
Watkins Products, WEIGHT safely & fast 35000. Ph. 964-8739.
Inc. 1tp I
------------ fenced comer lot aluminum I
with X-11 Diet Plan $3. 8/21 Remodeling
Winona. Mn
55987. 8/7 FOR SALE: Lake lots large & REDUCE fluids bldg., awnings & carport, Starke-2 BR frame $8,890 II
2tchg 8/21 excess with X- ------------
.. wooded 2 miles from Starke. Pel $3. KOCH DRUG $8.600. 332 W. Madison Repairs
STORE.
- -
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom frame ''storks-zSOLD'x I
Good terms. By owner. 964- 7/3 15tchg 109WA"TSON - $12,500 964.7701
5639. 8/14 4tchg 9/4 house $7,500 or make offer. 3 BR, 1 bath frame home with II
i. ------------ 648 W. Ca St. 964-6691. 1tp chain link fenced Lakefront 2 BR I Purr |
rJ.I. - --- -- cent heat/air $22,000 ncg:
: 'S 8/21 comer lot. $19,400. I Complete Piano

FOR SALE: $698 LP records HOUSE OF VACUUMS ------------ - Theresa-3 BR, 2 lots $22,000 Service

$4.98, $5.98, LP for $3.98 at FOR SALE: COUNTRY LIVING, 2.story.5 BR 2 Bath frame home Will Buy Pianos Pump & Supply

'N THE CIS ''IT COURT OF Dahmer's Discount 2/27 Many brands of new vacuums. New 3 BR, 2 bath Cedar on 1 acre 20000. Lawtey-3 BR brick $34,000 Wm. George

I'.ORILA Ek TH JUDICIALnUJlT 26tchg 8/25 Used machines available. Board& Batten Rancher fully - 1228 Blanding St. Company
': IN AFOR, BRAD- ----- --;... Expert Repairs all makes. carpeted dish washer, garbage 12 acres, fenced well & septic Starke

OI'D COUNTY, lORIDA.SIIEl'.IE HOWS OF HOBBYS: Full line of Parts and Accessories for all disposal central heat & tank. E. of Lawtey, 15000. I Keystone BR brick $46,000 8\-1' 964.5287 864 N. Temple Ave.
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in central
arts and crafts. enjoy
H. Gt ?LE akaSI Also guar- on 1.2 60 Acre farm 3 BR home fishpond Hampton 1 Vi acres $9,200 Starke I
anteed stereo vacuum cleaning systems. 712 scenery your spacious
LLiE A. HALl lamtiff vs Court. Ph. repair. 118 N. Main Gainesville 376.7110. acre lot, you will love it. L.K. planted pasture. Will '
JU(. MORRIS NAi ER, et al, 964-7329. tfchg. IFTOP Edwards III & Associates divide terms. Granam-30 acre farm $75,000 DavidsonMobile 964-7061 it.
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c. indams Broker. 473-4883 or 4752636.
FOR SALE- 38 Snub nose'Rand Itchg 8/21 1 1.2 acre Mobile home site I Lawtey-2.75 acres a $9,500 Home ParkIn
fvVimGAGS!: FOREClOSURE' $55 22 SOIL FILL DIRT: 6 days a 2500. JIMMY MOORE'S
utiii hand guns $24.95, ------------

OT ICE OF MORTGAGEnRECLOSURES.LE 2b$49! 95.duton.dtic Dahmers: guns Discount from dragline week work.dozer Call work 468.1873 and. FOR SALE BY OWNER: Con- 3 BR. 1i-Bath- -Double- wide MH I Lawtey-4 acres $9,500 City' Limits Sun SportsMORE

Star Rt. Hampton STEPHEN crete block home. 2 bedroom, on 1 acre -. Lake Access .
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: tfchg 2 baths Starke- SOLD$8,200 $30 Per Mo. BOAT FOR
living room w/fire
........ SMITH LANDFILL tfchg. 13650.
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place formal dining room
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Puiilia' "notice is heresy given FOR'SALE: Ifvou..self 12 by - eat.in kitchen family room m' LAWTEr n.. I Lawtey-8 acres r $10,000 i Walk To New STARKE PH 964-5791
that wrsuant to and 11 strict ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
1 12 inch tile, with stick on back : w/wet bar central heat & air, I 782-38O6= Shopping Center
accoroince with the St.> Has
-nary at your drinking caused you 2 car carport utility room Theresa- acres $12,500 COMPLETE OUTBOARD &
now Dahmer's .
Final J''igment of Forecu sure 2/27 26tchg 8/25 Discount. to be sick and tired of being fenced yard plus 3-rm. apt. ,pw rW .tired win A xrdxr. City Gas Water & Sewer STERN DRIVE SERVICE

entered in this cause on Au.lust sick and tired? Ph. 964-7959, with heat & air. Shown by Lawtey-10 acres $11.000
13, 197b. the undersigned, as -- ------- 964-7619 or 473-2108. 7/3 appointment only. Phone 473- On 301 South AND REPAIR

Clerk of said Court will on i'e I FOR SALE : Case pocket knives 13tp 9/25. 4731 or 473.3444. No Collect I P tsville-11 acres $10,000 Jolu Motel COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
28th day of August 1975. 'II
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now dt Dahmers ---------- Calls. tfchg.
the follo.'V described ,' ,il I Discount.
ng r YOUBETHEJUDGEILots CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS *
tfchg. - - r -- US-301 north, 21 acres $35,000 | 964-8810
property Vuate in ;Piadta I* I ITC II FISHING BOATS
County Florida to.wit: HELP WANTED FOR SALE: New 3 BR brick are selling fast
at Lake H&bron-50 $57,000 -
acres -
Lot 1 and! the Southerly 25 AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: t J home with garage on 1 acre Hampton Oaks. Our model II IIOlin's 11

feet of Lot 2, Block 3, Temple's Sales; service, Installation fenced In. 1 'A ceramic bath homes are under, construction. We have over 300 other listings. I F

Florida Addition in to the the NW'/Town of of NEW S'arke! of reos, phono reel-reel, large room kitchen utility,shed dinette& many living your Hurry Of-The-Country out. look us over and buy I Call us, or come on in. Subdivision '

Section 28 Township 6 South tar.<*. cassettes, radios. Work AVON CALLING!! To buy or sell extras. 3 miles east of Lake today.

Range 22 East SAVE AND guai.-nteed.. 118 Court, 964- Avon call 755-0731 or write Butler. $25,000 or completely Lots starting at $3,500. I

EXCEPTING THEREFROM any 7329. tfchg. Loma Clyatt, P.O. Box 220, furnished for $26.000. Call lake lots. still ava able. a few I FRED SACKETT.REALTOR | I
portion thereof lying within the --------- Lake City, Fla. 32 066.. tfchg 496-3209 evenings. Itp 8/7 -> + N. Temple(US-I >11 ,
right of of the Seaboard AirLine ------------ &.. 9049646522.4681642UNITED .
way ------------ L.K. Edwards III&Asso
Railroad, FOR SALE: Good used color Broker473.4883or475.2535

and black &white TV, stoves 1 1I
at public auction to the highest refrigerators furniture & air 320 ACRES mat '-

bidder for cash at the East front conditions BARGAIN CEN 320 ACRES FARM AGENCY

door of the Bradford County TER, U.S. 301 South. .:'c'xi. REGISTERED REAL 1/j Acre Loll For RI.t,12&" Per Mo Water d
Courthouse in Starke Florida Sewage Furnished
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during the legal hours of sale, to- 5 MILES NORTH OF STARKE,'TURN RIGHT ON 18 ACRES 206 South Water Street Call Mark Olin 964'5606 Hwy 100'W.tf'
wit: Between the hours of 1:00: FOR SALE: Mobile Homb'Partsand MARK STARLING ROAD TO OUR SIGN. ONLY ,
p.m.and 2:00 p.m.same being a supplies. OUN'S MOBILE $800 PER ACRE. OWNER FINANCED. 10;Minutes From PAUL&IRENE FAULKNER
legal sales day and the legal HOMES SALES Hwy. 100 964-5066! ..
hours of sale. W. Starke, 964-5606;! tfchg. Keystone Heights a.ut1fuI. high and dry 20 acre
Dated this 13th. day of -------- -- i tract with approx. 12 eras. in FILL DIRT

August, A.D. 1975. M,750 Per Acre pecan _. .Ideal location to
JfOR) SALE:Diamond needles for MELBA ILGEN
Gilbert S. Brown build.
any stereo, over 247 different Top Soil
Qerk of the Circuit Courtof 'II' Per Mo. - '
ones we have them al. Dah
Bradford County Fla. 3 Bedroom 1 J4 bath, completely Fill; Dirt
mer's Discount
by BelAah M. Moody tfchg. REALTORKEYSTONE No Low Land furrlshed horns with centralheat v
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It 8/21 and air also Cp8t1d

. FOR 9x12 SALE Linoleum:8x9 Linoleum$8.98... $3.,.Ahq.... ;WEST REALTY.CENTRAL INC. swimming pool. Call 4151173 _.,jSTEPHEN'S'MITH q

Give the other man credit "12x12 and 12x15 In stock. GAINESVILLE I HEIGHTS AREA 473-4814 Registered Broker FOR SALE I Notebooks.-

for some sincerity d purpose Hundreds to choose frpnDahmers at 475-2272 I-37S-Z3M.- Anytime Memo pads envelopes .

and you may be able Discount tfchg. ,EvenlacsCall Art P.tray : markers, adding machine. and STAR ROUTE HAMPTON.FLA., .'
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Page: IS TELEGRAPH August21,1975PERSONALS ______..__ ..._ ft'_"_
rLCUl coc.r..Bbasketball O "
team were Grace
Searle of Starke,
Dickinson
I Dolores McKnight Koretz of
r! 1 Alexandria Va. and the

I Sapp perpetual Eiland.high.scorer, Sharon

(From Page" 13) '-" .....e Former majorette Jackie
Rouse Crews of Starke and
T-Sgt. and Mrs. Norman Mrs. Henry O'Hara and Mrs. W.R. Royster of North cheerleaders Marion McRae
and family and Mike sister, Mrs. Lenola Waddell of and
Rigdon Augusta, S.C was weekend Conner of Orlando
returned
Kelly of Seymour Johnson Tampa last Thursday guest of Mr. and .Mrs. Drew Dolores Koretz attended.
AFB, N.C. are spending two after two weeks visit Stefanelli of
Reddish.
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. with relatives and friends in Bobby the

George W. Brown. On Sunday also Adel and attended Moultie the Ga. They George Huggins returned marching Gainesville band.Following represented.
they all visited Six Gun golden Monday after surgery August the period of
Territory and Silver Springsand wedding brother and anniversary sister-in-law of their Mr. 11 in the Gainesville VA t highlighting BHS history
Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Stonerin and Mrs. A.M. Newberne of Hospital. 'awards were presented by
Ocala. Adel while there. Dolores Koretz to outstanding
Mr. and Mrs: Ralph Josephof attending members. Selectedas
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fergusonand Valdosta were weekend most succesfful member of
family spent the weekendat Mr. and Mrs. Henry guests of Mr and Mrs. HT ,,/*' "* v the class, Bobby Stefanelli
Stefanelli have had \t .
as guests i i Y J < .vj _
Marmeland and St. and RaymondStefanelli Douglas Hardy, received an engraved silver
Mr. Mrs. _
... ... _..... class
Augustine.Mr. and family of 1 1"1.""' rL.c<< "io.-: raInII': V'Rebecca tray. Most productive
Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke Norman and
and Mrs. Robert Wichita Falls Texas the past and family of Bradenton spent 38 members wives and husbands of the BUS class of 1950 Brown Wise,Jackie Rouse Crews,Della Rosenberg Sharon members Sapp Harold Eiland received
Barksdale have returned to three weeks, Mr. and Mrs. the weekend with her mother attended the class reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V.R. Ferguson, Charles Partin, Principal.3rd engraved silver bowls for the
Humboldt Tenn. after three Benton of Ocala last Tuesdayand Mrs. Shellie Gerlie. Maurice Edwards Jr. on Edwards Road Saturday. row: Clayton Strickland, Jr., Charles Cooley. Jack largest families and Rebecca
weeks visit with Mrs. Vergie Mr. and Mrs. James Kneeling, 1-r): Glenn Conner, Marian McRae Conner, Eaves Charles Johns, Ray Griffis Rudolph Prevatt Brown Wise received a bowl
Barksdale at Hampton Lake. Garofola of Warren, Ohio on Miss Cindy Rathel of Dolores McKnlght Koretz, Joyce Newsome Dunwoody, Maurice Edwards Jr., Ervin Andrews, Jack Wainwrlght for the most grandchildren.
Sunday.Rev. Salisbury, Md. is visiting her Peggy Dale Barnett Betty Long Edwards Georgia Stanley Jimmy Lee, Doris Norman Smith, Harold Norman. Grace Traveling the greatest
Mrs. Janet Turner and uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe, Jean Parker Misner, Nevena Martin Brown, Harry Crews Buckley. Marycele Darley Bennett. Amanda distance to attend award wentto
daughter Vicky spent Raymond Gomes of Drew Reddish, this week. Green, Coach J.C Hobbs. t Wilkinson Smith, Sharon Sapp Elland Bobby Stefanelli. Catherine Gainey VanChoffof
Sunday and Monday at New 2nd row. standing: Paul Carter, Jimmy Crosby, Carl Carter Ohio.
Smyrna Beach with Mr. and Winston Salem N.C. was E.L. Matthews and his Jim Godwin, Katherine Gainey Vanchoff, Grace Dickens Copies of this photo may be obtained at $2 each by calling Akron
Mrs. L..L. Hardee of Fairfax, last Monday to Friday guest of sister, Mrs. U.B. McLendon of Searle, Elizabeth Crawford Pierce, Esther Shuford Carter the Telegraph and placing your order. A special vote of thanks
Va. Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae. Orlando, returned last week went to Starke members who
The McRaes also had as had worked over the past few
from weeks
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Saturday visitors Mr. and took them a three to Point Barrow tour that on .Maurice Edwards, Jr. Home Was SettingFor months arranging the
and
Stewart of Trenton were last Mrs. Glen Conner the Arctic Ocean in Alaska. reunion: Grace Dickinson
Wednesday overnight guestsof daughter of Orlando. Searle, Esther Shuford
Other cities visited included
Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper. Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Reunion'Of BHS Class Of 1950 Carter, Betty Long Ed.
admittances to and
Local Skagway Alaska: White wards, Harry Green
Mrs. Bessie Faxon and Miss Bradford County Hospital this Horse, capital of the Yukon Members of the Bradford yearbooks and a bulletin 25 years. Cooley of Jamesville Va., Ervin Andrews.A .
Donna Faxon of Gainesvillewere week include: Mrs. Iva Territory; and Vancouver and High School 1950 graduationclass board of current family Harry Green of Starke had Glenn Connor or Orlando, highlight of the eveningwas
Saturday luncheon McKinney, Mrs. Edgyle Victoria in British Columbia, met for a reunion pictures.At arranged a display of 1949- Jack Wainwright of the attendance of Dr..and
guests of Mrs. Vergie Flynn. Griffis, Mrs. Ethel Bell, Canada. Saturday evening at the homeof twilight a barbecue 1950 Bradford County Tallahassee, Clayton Mrs. Charles Partin who
Hiriam Bennett, Ira Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice dinner was served on the Telegraphs and gave a Strickland of Clermont, Carl have recently moved from
Arthur Strickland, Starke; patio.Following. of the class activitiesas Mississippi to Deland.
Mark Crawford of Edwards, Jr. on Edwards synopsis Carter of Titusville and
College, Clinton, Mrs. Ida Gentry and Mrs. road. the dinner Glenn recorded during those Richard Crosby of Dr Partin Wwhenrincithe
Mississippi Lake
,
Louise Forsythe
Conner of Orlando who was BHS.
of
of the Okeechobee.
arrive home Sundayfor Thirty-eight original years.
will
Miss. Arlie Dobbs
weeks vacation. Geneva; and class members and their the former class president Mr. Green introduced Boys basketball team class of 1950 graduated and
a Lawtey wives and husbands attended. served as master of members of the athletic teams members attending the was greeted with warm affection
Members and guests ceremonies. Each class and discussed highlights of reunion were Jimmy Godwinof by all present.
Snob arrived at 4 p.m. and spent member introduced himself 'sport events. Members of the Gainesville, Paul Carter of Faculty members attendingwere
Good Thru 8/23/75 Ouruicwcw born dolt.originally meant a low some time reminiscing, and spoke briefly of his activities football team present were Starke. Jack Wainwright and Miss Della Rosenberg,
sharing old scrapbooks, BHS during the intervening Jack Eaves of Starke Charles Clayton Strickland. Coach J.C. Hobbs and V.R:

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