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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
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70 percent of' the city's ,

: Taxpayers Group 2,207 registered voters 'I(

: will participate in the Sept. I

: 9 election of governmental '
officials. City Clerk Merrill I

Opposes. Union's Edwards predicted' Wednesday i

Sept. 3,
Edwards, who qualified I

Aug. 11 to run for a ninth j

5.1. Mill, Increase term, is,the only candidate :

a unopposed in the race. ;
LAKE BUTLER Only the levy for the hospital's reopen- Three way competition is
Union, County Taxpayers ing. The hospital trustees set for the post of police chief. I
; Association voiced opposition have agreed on a contract Incumbent Jimmy Bowen is
Remains of roofing from the George Sapp home on Kingsley Lake lie in yard some 20 feet from the donee.' to the 5.1 mill increase in the with a firm in St. Augustinefor opposed by Bill Chambers and 2

tentative Union County budget management of the 23-bed Jesse Branson in a repeat <"
in a public hearing Tuesday' facility. They have' also match from the last city
Freak Wind Blows Kingsley LakeArea afternoon, Sept. 2, recruited two doctors to workat election. The 1974 primary
the rpital and one nurse
,y: ;;"r. Final hearing and adoptionof for the o patient clinic whichis predicted a victory for '1
the is set for 16 Chambers but Bowen was
budget Sept.
'( scheduled to
A rough little twister hop- 20 feet away. There was at 7:30: open soon. elected in the runoff. Unless
ped, skipped and jumped over considerable water damage to '. ;,; .:-, \ commission p.m. adopted for "If you follow our resolu- one of the three has a majorityover
KinsleyLake about 5:30: p.m. the interior of the home. <. t1; ,.)"., I. j tions, won't have to raise the other
... ,11! \\I\ .' : record but did not act on two you two combinedin
Tuesday ripping roofs off two Also suffering roof damagewas '. :.. ""' ; ,{/' f. '' resolutions presented by the the mtllage,?; Shadd said in Tuesday's balloting a
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homes, toppling several trees, the overwater cottage of 'ii" 0'1, Union County Taxpayers the 5:15: p.m. meeting. second vote will be held Sept. 1
and twisting television. antennas J.D. Seymour, where metal .r I Association at its regular Most of the comment arose 23 to decide the position. "
in the area.Accompanied roofing on the east side was meeting Tuesday ''morning. concerning the hospital's
by a heavy curled back, exposing the r ,f' John Shadd, chairman of the reopening
rain described "like a blinding interior of the house to water group, offered the commissionthe Marvin Pritchett said he,
sheet of water," the freak damage.A resolutions for its con- like the other taxpaying memo 'j
wind came in from the east tall pine was toppled, just sideration before finalizingand bers, was in favor of the
and hit shore on the southwestside missing the home of Donald accepting a budget that hospital concept, but opposedthe h, y yv !
of the lake. Thornton, and sliding glass would call for a S.I-mill tax deal only because past ,j
Heaviest damage was doneat doors at the home of C.G.11111 ,increase, about $125,000. record has proven Ute institu 1
the home of George Sapp were moved off the track, The first resolution asks' tion a failure./He said he
'where. roof although the glass was un it "bad business" to I'I
the entire porch that the board "rescind its thought I
broken. TV the
and metal roofing on the east antennas at action adopting the tentative "throw money' away"' on
side of the house was ripped home of John Myers and budget, and'revise the said something that has been
several others in the 1t1
off and fell to the ground some area budget to balance expendi- unsuccessful. '.
were toppled. tures with current income, Morris Turner said he would a
a. Camp.Branding,reported: ,a .. .hiptlitg.IR Peeoapp O hht, .al$4iMM-lof?" "J.", hospital i in_; IR >
itt .68-inch'ram and some wiildgusts *:the irtaf W-ttottghir: 'the;* ,
"i x l mate y.,. 2,1 .mills un. $ (
; but no property' damage' necessary." timing was poor, due to a faltering .,,
during the storm.
Though recognizing the economy. He asked
,f '\ desire for a hospital in' the what the hurry was in gettingthe
t I .nd area, the second statement hospital reopened.
6 TakenIn requests the commission to Court Clerk Robert i.Bill .- .. .,.
"rescind its action adopting a Driggers explained to those Chambers
3.0 mill levy for the operationof present that the increaseswere
Union General Hospital, due to the county havingto Two city commission seats
City and ", if reopening does pay retirement for county are also slated for decision.
J 4 occur, operation of the officials. It was previouslysplit Group 2 Commissioner
hospital be carried out with with the slate, but a Jimmy McRae, seeking a
$e+ ,v, t tK existing funds." legislative act recently addeda sixth term, is opposed by a
; one cent increase and newcomer to city politics, Joe
Thefts The hospital closed May 13, per
........ 1974 due to profit losses. The forced the county governmentto Warren. N.L. Woodburn,

George Sapp holds piece of ornamental grill work blown away when his porch roof suc- Board of County Com- pick up the entire tab. vies semi-retired for the Starke jeweler,
Thursday September 4 STARKE Solution of two cumbed to freak wind missioners agreed to a 3-mill (S.'(' yoga/: :)1 Group 4 post now
cases of breaking and en- held by Vernon Silcox.
CHAMBER BOARD tering and two larceny investigations < *
Noon have resulted in

Garden Restaurant six recent arrests, reportedthe ,
----- Starke city police
Position On Grant
j POLITICAL Reno Rec Center RALLY department this week. City's Request

Three Starke men were
! I:30 p.m. '1 rtt
CandidatesFriday arrested and charged Mon-
Slake --- day,Aug.28 with the 2:30: a.m.
breaking and entering of the
Sept. S Eastern Oil gas station in 9aM,
To Concerned Citizens ,
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BHS-ORID JAMBOREE which the premises.Jeff $1,070 .was taken from Explained ; 4

1 p.m. Nugent, 18, David Pad-
Florida Field gett, 23, and Marvin L. God-
BHS vs. Santa Fe win, 23, were arrested at their STARKE "I didn't know Agency if it refuses service to an area 6.000 to 8,000 feet Hooker for those protestingthe "From what I know, I think
BHSvs.CHSUHS homes by officers John you-all were said like the proposed apartment outside present city boun- proposed apartment we would be refused grant
----- Howard and Capt. Harold this, frankly," Art complex on SR-100. daries in which the engineershave complex is that the 15-acre privilages," said Ruckman,
GRID JAMBOREEp.m. Crews less than two hours Loudon when told the city A group of some 15 west determined the city can .site just outside the city falls who Mayor Charles Schaefer
after investigation began. $800of might endanger a million- Starke residents, including' serve adequately with well within boundaries of the
Tiger Stadium the stolen money was dollar utilities grant from the Loudon, appeared before the utilities. 201 plan. (See l'age| :U>
UHSvs. WIlliston recovered burled at three Environmental Protection City Council Tuesday night,
UHSvs.Cross City locations within the city.In Sept. 2, to reiterate a request
that the city refuse utilities to
Growth Plan
search of the remaining City'ManInnocent the 40-unit apartment com- Requirements Jesse Branson
I Monday.Sept.t money, investigator George plex proposed by D.S. & N.
' I II I Tomasovitch, Lt. Lane Sibley Development Co. of Branson, 47, was police.
BC COMMISSION and officer Willie Searcy Gainesville. The apartments chief in Waldo and served on
:30a.m.. received permission to'search would be built on the south Detailed To Starke Officialsit's the Macclenny police force
----- the Padgett premises. Pro- side of SR-100 just west of the before moving to Starke six
RAIFORD COUNCIL perty valued at $87 recently Starke city limits. years ago to become a ,
7:30p.m. taken from Johnson's Feed Of Rape "If the city refuses service STARKE "As more people revenue" sharing in the whay you want, becauseonce machinist. He Is married, has
I Store was discovered under to anyone within that planningarea move from.south Florida process Justice said. you must six children and is branch ,-
BC SCHOOL BOARD the couch in a suitcase. Pad- the federal grant wouldbe 'cities to northern rural areas, The Florida Legislative act zone accordingly to utilize the president of the Church of
7pm.LAWTEY gett was then re-arrested on STARKE James Daniel in jeopardy," Don Ruck- Bradford County will have to requires that each city and plan or you won t satisfy state Jesus Christ Latter Day
--_-- charges of possession of stolenproperty Ricks, 20, was acquitted of man, the city's consulting accept its part in the resulting county in Florida adopt a requirements," Justice Saints.rrQ,1.1.. '
COUNCIL statutory rape charges in Cir- engineer for water and development," said North comprehensive plan to guideits warned.
cuit Court here Wednesday and Citizen in the
7iJOp.ni. told the assembled' Central Florida Regional growth development, participation
----_ A two-day investigation fol-, afternoon. sewers citizens. Charles Planning Board Director but places the financial development and implementation
lowing the breaking and en- A three man, three woman Schaefer had Mayor asked the 'Charles F. Justice to City burden on the local govern of plans is also
,Tuesday, Sept. 9 tering of Sonny's Fat Boy Restaurant jury heard four state prosecution engineer to explain the city's, Zoning Board and other ments to comply with the act. required by the act. Minutesof
witnesses in more than Bradford planning must
officials
of
during the night Tuesday meetings
with to the I
Bradford and the
position respect County
three hours of 'testimony reflect outside
CITY ELECTIONS Aug. 24 resulted in the arrest million utilities' [afternoon. participationbut
proposed $1.4 of Starke had
City
afternoon and took previously rules outlined in the
Hampton ,Starke of a Green Cove Springs resi- Tuesday no are
dent. Larry Roscoe McGlocklin less than two hours to deliver expansion grant being Three NCFRPB joined the NCFRPB, an law, Justice said. '
J UC SC'H 24, with the not-guilty verdict to Cir- requested from EPA. Bessent, ''representatives were on hand agency of voluntary members
BOARD was charged
Hammock & Ruckman, Inc. Don Ruckman
cuit Elzle Sanders. ,to to city officials the who finance and man studiesof city consulting -
and and Judge explain
.breaking
'p.m. entering has been in the of
process this area's needs and engineer for water and
Local
Ricks was arrested and Government Comprehensive -
r ----- grand larceny of cigarettesand three weeks after the qualifying the city for such a Planning Act of growth patterns, in an effortto sewer, announced that he and
charged
BROOKER COUNCIL vending machine change grant for the past two years. comply with theact.. The other city engineers have been
valued at May 17th incident in which he 1975.which allows each unit of
7130 $127.Tomasovitch
: p.m.Wednesday Operating under Public Law
supposedly took unlawful local government one Starke representative to this working together to develop a
----- reported that advantage of a 13-year-old 92-500, the Water Pollution designate a local panning regional! board is City Com- water and sewage plan to
Control amendment of 1972, ;
Sept. 10 McGlocklin obviously enteredthe Raiford girl. According to Ruckman's engineering firm .agency to develop a comprehensive missioner' Harold Epps.; become a part'of. the comprehensive -'
premises through the statements made in growth plan for its Aided by NCFRPB study
closing has been 201 Plan
a
LAKE BUTLER. ceiling and identification was the trial, the girl had been which provides preparing the federal area which must be approvedand specialists and a federal An annual budget of$639,000for :
COUNCIL made by matching footprintsand 'hanging around' the movie'' government with cost effective by July 1, 1979, grant a comprehensive plan Region 3 of NCFRPB is 44 Jimmy Bowen
Sp.m. fingerprint in the fallen theatre ,on Call Street in estimates and an areapossibly and incorporated into the new has been developed for percent funded by ita 10 This ,,Is 39-year-old Cham-' '
--_-- plaster and dust.,. Starke and had been sent 'provided with city 'regional: planning concept. Bradford County by the county and 12 city members bers' second try at the police
away by an older sister just Utility service should it University of Florida covering Charles.. Keister, regional chief position. He filled the
CwrmyOISljr Lester Olive, 20,, of Starke, prior to the alleged oc- receive the sought-after EPA T "If you,as a city, don't do it, land use, traffic flow, housing, planner in charge of local spot on appointment in 1974'
CEoramunttjjjjlatc was arrested Aug. 13 at his currance.. grant. The city has already the county becomes environmental assessment, councils, outlined to the group foUowing the resignation of \\
home for the Aug. 8 theft of Circuit court resumed Wed-, received some 139.000 in responsible and the city will and citizen participation.These what has been done so far in Ken Fuqua, but lost it to, i
lank'.ce. four tires from a car in a local nesday afternoon in trial of planning funds under the have to pay the county to are Just a few of the nine relation to state present chief Jimmy Bowen in!!

.*.".New. (.mm*U.. with body shop. He was charged Grady E. Sims, Jr.. charged program prepared by the develop its plan. If the county required areas of planning. resulrementa. the second primary that year: I'
T.IwaalweN.rM0..eIm possession of stolen with second degree murder in engineers. .defaults the state will do it "Review the proposalsmade You have gotten off to an Chambers U a I u
.._C.r.. property valued at $340- and, the Jan. 9 strangling .death of The 201'plan' encompassesthe and you'll both pay the state to In this plan take Ume to early start in this planningSee veteran of the city police force JSrr ,
grand larceny. Leon Clyde Sapp. entire city of Starke plus have It done, and you'll lose study it in depth. Make sure ( Page 51> < Page Jt,> -t, ij:1: ;

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Christie L.Riggs Weds Mr. Williams Sco u ts, 'ParentsEntertained


J ; Christie Lee Riggs and By
Gerald Leon Williams
64.fidefflte.Jl WJ were
married on August 29, at the D.W Whlffens .
I Madison Street Baptist
ciao Wooly society &lilor, Church with Rev. Denton Members of Boy Scout

-- ___ ..... .... ______ ..... T ____. Sumrall officiating. Troop 70 who" manned the raft,
The bride, daughter of Mr. "Rathole, during the
1 and Mrs. John M. Riggs, Jr., ti} Suwannee River Raft Race
Bradley Home Bridal Shower of Brooker,wore a floor length enjoyed a get-together at the
gown( of white organza and home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Scene Of Warren Given Honoring Venice lace and pearls over Whiffen Monday night, Aug.
,I taffeta, fashioned( with long 25. "
Family ReunionThe Phyllis GriffinMiss sleeves, chapel train, and Parents of the Scouts, as ",,
cathedral veil, all trimmed well as the Scouts themselves 'i I
Warren with lace. Her bridal bouquetwas reminiscing enjoyed films andplctures
4y held family reunionwas Phyllis Griffin, Sep-- made of yellow and white r q taken during the 50-
August 24 at the tbIlh
w'e tember 5 bride-elect of Mike daisies with baby's breath mile raft race, and
home of John L. Bradley on Ii
Kingsley Lake.Enjoying Henderson, was honored at a tied with long streamers of FI1rBlalock reminiscing over the many ,i
miscellaneous bridal showeron white satin ribbon and pearls. hours the scouts spent ,
( the covered dish ti ;y Friday, Aug. 22, at 7:30: She was given in marriage by building the "Rathole," '
dinner held in the Bradley p.m. in Hampton Hall. her
Mrs. Rivers City father. which' took second place in
yard were Young
Mrs. Connie Clark
and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mrs. Lois Brown was the was tne race.
matron of honor and
Warren of Charleston, S.C.; .winner of a prize in a game ( ,
bridesmaids Miss Debra Refreshments were servedby
were
Mrs. Lena Bell Warren, Mr. i contest played during the
Scott, Miss Amy Blalock, and Mrs. Whiffen to the 25
and Mrs. Gene Smith and son, social hour. After the honoree
Miss Penny'I sister of Scouts and
Riggs, parents.
and Mr. and Mrs. Quinton opened her gifts, refresh
the bride. each carried
They
Warren and children of ments were served to the 27
of yellow and white
Valdosta, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. >guests present. nosegays FussneckerGoreWedding
daisies with blue carnations to
Gary Hall and children of
Daytona Beach Mrs. Ernest i Miss Sheila Haddock was in match their blue gowns.
Dobbs-Frampton ; and Mrs. Marie
Croft of Columbia, S.C.; Mrs. charge of the guest book, and Mark Crawford served as Morgan. Sept. 5th
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dobbs, Ruby Williams and Miss -Miss Sharon Williams best man, and groomsmenwere Music for the
of Starke recorded the Randy and Chris wedding was Miss Robbyn Fussnecker,
gifts.
announce the Allyne Bozard of St Mat-
provided by Mrs. Julia
Williams, brothers of the RIp- daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
engagement of their daughter, thews, S.C. Mr. and Mrs.
;
Miss Beth
Sheila Denise, to James V.H. Appleby, Mr. and Mrs. b Also present for this occasion groom, and John Riggs III, and phriger.Mrs. Eddie Chapman, Gene Sellers of Starke, and
William Frampton, son of Mr. Marvin Warren, Miss Lynne Mr. and Mrs. Beach Observe' : was Mrs. Nettle brother of the bride. Blalock. Gregory Gore, son of Mr. and
j and Mrs. Cecil Frampton, of Warren and Randy Cannadyof :u'Griffin; mother of the bride- The altar of the church was The bride Is a graduate of Mr Floyd Lester of Chiefland,
Starke.' Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. 25th Wedding Anniversary elect, and Mrs. Helen Hen decorated with yellow and Bradford High School and ,will be married at the home of
The wedding will be an M,L. Waters and; daughters of ,derson,' mother of the white daisies flanked by large Santa Fe Junior College, and the bride's parents on Friday,
event of Saturday, Oct. II, at 8 Middleburg; and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. ML. Beach Norman, Mrs. Barbara prospective bridegroom.On baskets of daisies on either' is attending the University of Sept. 5, at 9 p.m.
p.m. in the Pine Level Baptist Mrs. John Bradley, Jr., and celebrated their 25th wedding Reddish, Mrs. Betty Norman, side.Following Florida.Mr. .
anniversary on and Mrs. Estelle Minton. the a Williams is employedby '
Church. son,and Mrs. J.M. Bradley. Sunday Aug. Tuesday, Aug. 26, Miss ceremony
31, with a reception at theStarke's The gifts were opened and 'Griffin reception was held in the the Pepsi-Cola Company in Golf Club Women
was complimented at
Woman Club. in a educational building of the Gainesville.The .
---------------- ---------------- s displayed an adjoiningroom luncheon
tHJWwwWWt, Greeting guests at the door by Mrs. Connie Beach, staff of by Sunland the faculty School and, church.,, couple will reside in To Plan ActivitiesThe
was Mrs. Sandra Harley and Mrs. Joyce Carmichael and Starke.
Are Invited jj I Mrs. Jennell Dyal who Mrs. Eddie Oliver. The gift Sunland Gainesville, Center where, she in is Miss Susie Byers kept the Starke Golf and
presented them to the honored table was covered( with a blue 'bride's guest book, while Miss Country Club Women will
employed as
Griffin
to a couple. Programs were linen cloth trimmed with lace. secretary. Pam Chapman and Miss Phyllis meet Monday, Sept. 8, at 8
handed out describing the Larry Williams was In Susan Blalock served coffee p.m. In the club house.
wedding in 1950 and receptionin charge of the decorations. presented The faculty Miss Griffin and a staff and punch. Miss Lorie Templeand Mike HendersonTo Everyone Is urged to attend
GOSPEL MEETINGwith 1975 as a memento of the with a Mrs. Carol Sumrall and help plan social activitiesfor
For the occasion Mrs., coffee maker and a collectionof
served the wedding cake.,
occasion. Miss Tammy Oliverof Wed Sept. 5 the coming year
Beach chose a floor length kitchen gadgets as a
Jacksonville in
was chargeof gown with silver memento of the occasion. Also assisting
aqua accessories were Mrs.
the table which of
guest The wedding Miss Phyllis
complimented( by Jackie Chapman, Mrs.
ADK Members
displayed their wedding Griffin and Mike Hendersonwill
Harold Others present were Mrs. Charlene
DowdyThur. an opal and diamond Blalock Mrs. Faye
picture.The be an event of Friday,
necklace, a gift from her Chispa Spitze, Mrs. Lou
cake table was covered husband. Weisner, and Mrs. Myra Sept. 5, at 7 p.m. in the Plan ActivitiesAlpha

Fri. Sat. with a white satin cloth Approximately 150 guests Snowden, also employees of Baby Shower Hampton Baptist Church.
trimmed with lace and friends and relatives of
cen- All
called between the hours of 3, Sunland, who presented the Gamma Chapter of
Sept. 11 12 & 13 tered with a four-tiered cake and 5 p.m. ,honoree with useful gifts. the couple are invited to at- Alpha Delta
decorated with blue and For Mrs. EdwardsA Kappa sororitymet
silver leaves. The cake roses was '..-.., .., ........i ..., -" ,,,, tend reception the wedding immediately and Wednesday, Aug. 27, at
7:3OpmSUBJECTS the Inn for !'
Holiday a social
flanked by two floral can- following in the church
shower for
baby Kathy and session.President .
planning
delabra arrangements of blue fellowship hall.Woman's.
Payne Edwards was given on
carnations, white glads and : Frances
: ." Thursday, Aug. 28, By Mrs. Hamilton
presided during the
white mums. The cloth was .. .
..f": Donald Conner and Mrs. Club luncheon, when
plans were
decorated with blue ribbons .
Jesus Farewell To His .". '
Robert
and fern. Mrs. Marjorie Edwards at the homeof made for the 1975-76 year.

Children. Schultz and Mrs. Esther the latter. To Meet Sept. 10 The next meeting will be
Schultz served the cake. < } After several games were held on September 15 at St.
played, refreshments, Mark's social hall.
The two punch tables were"
The Cross of Jesus. .
featuring a baby carriage
covered with identical white
lace cloths, also decoratedwith _.. ,.. _, I.1I .\- ". -. cake, were served. The Woman's Club of Starke

The Resurrection of Jesus blue ribbons( and fern. .' The baby's great- will hold its first ,luncheon Ike ale'1eem&; .
,, I
grandmother, Mrs. Carrie
Presiding at the punch bowls .. meeting of the fall season on
were Miss Margie Ann Dean Edwards 87, was the Wednesday, Sept. 10, at 12:15:
Soufchsidi Church of Christ Schultz,Miss Nancy Lee, Miss oldest guest, and the youngestwas in the club building.
Margaret Ann Norman, and Kathy's niece, infant Mrs. Eugene Tanner and Bfj"A
Lana Church, two months. members of the executive
Mrs. Linda Norman. -
3 Mi. S. of Starke, Hwy 301 Mrs. Edwards and her
The food table was covered t new board will be in charge of the
t' 'J V( with white linen and lace cloth daughter will return soon to luncheon.
at Junction of Brooker.Rd., SR_227k over ar blue liner. Those h German .where her husband, iMrs.' L.A1. Canova will grew baby'* opinion of Its,'"

tooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooYou ,serving were Mrs; Margaret Larry tour of Edwards duty with:is the serving Army a Bicentennial present the theme.program, on a. shared mother's by:singing all." is often not ;:


,Sweat-Morgan

To The Voters Of StarkeAmANewCorner Mr. and Mrs. Riley Sweat,
Jr. announce the engagementof IT'S THERESULTS
their daughter, Lisa June,
to John Randolph Morgan, son
I And ; of Roy L. Morgan and Mrs.
Loletta Morgan, of Starke.A .

December wedding is THAT

In the past weeks I have met with many of you about my candidacy for planned

City Council Group 2. I would like to take this opportunity to let you know '' Joint Birthday

what the Issues are as I have determined from talking to you. The issues and Party Given COUNTReturn

where I stand are: Gillispies


Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gillispie
of Ft. Meade were honored by ,
their children at a dinner
given Saturday night,Aug. 23,
A GAl I N STony Bartow.Mrs. is the Jimmy
I new expansion of electric facilities or floating bonds for it until all other methods have in former Mabel Gillispie Colley. ,

been studied and exhausted. Let's determine which way will cost you, ,the consumer less. daughter of the late Mr. and 1

Mrs. W.A. Colley, of Starke, !
and has many friends and BOWEN
A GAl I N ST relatives in this
I I area.
the buiiding of
any apartment complex or development that has not bee:. worked out with The occasion( was a joint

the city and found to be compatible with the master plan and city zoning. The comprehensive I birthday celebration for Mrs.

and master plans are only in the beginning stage. Let's not have a hasty decision and Gillispie, whose( birthday in ;,i rMR
August 22, and Mr. Gillispie, As Your Full Time '
seek
advice the
some expert as comprehensive plan for our city develops. These projects 'whose birthday in September ,
effect the life style of all of us. 2.All of the immediate familywas

together for the first time Chief Of Police

AGAINST Any Annexation That Our City Cannot since their the 50th Gillispie wedding celebrated an- '

niversary nine years ago. And Make Your
Their family includes nine
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Afford To Take In At This Time and children 16 ,greatgrandchildren.Mr. IS grandchildren.,

Gillispie, member of a Vote Count
pioneer Polk County family, is

AGAIN ST es.timatingmetered t utilitiesand if It must be estimated, let it appear on the bill as an estim- still actively engaged in
and seldom
farming misses a
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ation.FO day his home.of work on the land near Jimmy Bowen Gets Results I

Present with the Gillispies

establishing new rules of procedure for,city council meetings. Let's start method of on this occasion were Mr. and .
a
stag Mrs. Sam ; As your Chief he has reduced the crime
rate in
Starke.
gered roll call voting so that the people will know where THAT member stands when it Mrs. Clinton Hollingsworth,
comes time to vote. I "' Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Has updated the Department, and now is one of the most efficient in
Hollingsworth and baby, of the State.
Lakeland; Mr. and Mrs.
FO R Charles Gillispie and Mr. and Is operating within his budget after inheriting a deficit. J

finding a way to renovate the RJE school and keeping it as a community center, Many different Mrs. David Gillispie, Pompano If Has full cooperation from all other Law Enforcement Agencies
and
Beach Mr. Mrs. i
Federal and State around ;
agencies town could be consolidated into this building and Brooks Mashburn and Mr.and ,

they would not have to pay out our good tax money for rent. Mrs.Lamar Smith,of Tampa;

:, '* Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Swartz. Only Experience Dedication and
Common
Johnson City/. Tenn.; Mr. andMrs. Sense

Elect N. children. Wm.of Titusville 1'. Gillispie; Mr. and and Can Get The Desired Results

Joseph (Joe ) Warren and Mrs.Mrs.Dan R.H.L. Moody Mullins., and Mr.'


Go To The Polls Tuesday and Make

City Council Group 2 little. WomenTo


Meet Sept.. 1 10 Your_ Vote Count \


TEACHER VO The Little Women's Club
-TECH will hold ita first fall meeUnllonSeptember8at8p.m. Return

in the
Starke's Woman's Club. Jimmy Bowen
'
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B.A. DEGREE INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION r George Tomasovltch of the ,
Starke Police Department (Peed Pal **., .1 Tour Full. '. .'
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p- ___ L .... .. .... .. __-"' ... ___ \ ________ Christie L. Riggs Weds Mr. Wilfiams Scouts, ParentsEntertained



<64.ide l f7IteJf w Gerald married Madison Christie Leon on Street August Lee Williams Riggs 29 Baptist, at were and the DW. Whlffens By


Church with Rev. Denton Members of Boy Scout
&
II/oofy JOCA y /i1o. Sumrall officiating.The 'k "s Troop 70 who manned the raft,
__ R __ ________........ ---- bride, daughter of Mr. "Rathole," during the
and Mrs. John M. Riggs, Jr., Suwannee River Raft Race
Bridal Shower of Brooker,wore a floor length enjoyed a get-together at the
Bradley Home gown of white organza and home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Venice lace and pearls over Whiffen Monday night, Aug.
Scene Of Warren Given
4v Honoring taffeta, fashioned with long 25.
sleeves, chapel train, and aw Parents of the Scouts, as
Etr
Family ReunionThe -e Phyllis GriffinMiss cathedral veil, all trimmed well as the Scouts themselves, ..,
with lace. Her bridal bouquetwas reminiscing enjoyed films andpictures
Warren family reunionwas vw'a Phyllis Griffin, Sep- made of yellow and white taken during the 50-
1- held August 24 at the tember 5 bride-elect of Mike daisies with baby's breath t mile raft race, and oj i
home of John L. Bradley on Henderson, was honored at a tied with long streamers of r ; reminiscing over the many ,;
Kingsley Lake.Enjoying miscellaneous bridal showeron white satin ribbon and pearls. f, rL hours the scouts spent ,
the covered dish Friday, Aug. 22, at 7:30: She was given in marriage by building the "Rathole"
k dinner held in the Bradley p.m. in Hampton City Hall. her father. which' took second place in
yard were Mrs. Rivers Young Mrs. Connie Clark was me race.
and Mr. and Mrs. Norman a Mrs. Lois Brown was the matron of honor, and
Warren of Charleston, S.C.; winner of a prize in a game bridesmaids were Miss Debra Refreshments were servedby
Mrs. Lena Bell Warren, Mr. lu I Ietu contest played during the Scott, Miss Amy Blalock, and Mrs. Whiffen to the 25
and Mrs. Gene Smith and son, '''social hour. After the honoree Miss Penny Riggs, sister of Scouts and parents.
and Mr. and Mrs. Quinton opened her gifts, refresh- the bride. They each carried
Warren and children of ments were served to the 27 nosegays of yellow and white
Valdosta, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. >guests present. daisies with blue carnations to FussneckerGoreWedding
Gary Hall and children of Miss Sheila Haddock match their blue gowns.
was in Marie
Blalock, and Mrs. 5th
Mrs. Ernest Sept.
DobbsFramptonMr. Daytona Beach; t.charge of the guest book, and Mark Crawford served as
Croft of Columbia, S.C.; Mrs. Sharon best man, and groomsmenwere Morgan.
.Miss Williams
and Mrs. Robert Dobbs, Ruby Williams and Miss Randy and Chris Music for the wedding was Miss Robbyn Fussnecker,
of Starke, announce the Allyne Bozard of St. Mat recorded the gifts. Williams, brothers of the provided by Mrs. Julia Rip- daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
engagement of their daughter, thews, S.C.; Mr. and Mrs. r.I L Also present for this oc- groom, and John Riggs HI, plinger. Miss Beth Chapman, Gene Sellers of Starke, and
Sheila Denise, to James V.H. Appleby, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Beach I,;casion was Mrs. Nettle brother of the bride. and Mrs. Eddie Blalock. Gregory Gore, son of Mr. and
-, William Frampton, son of Mr. Marvin Warren, Miss Lynne Observe JGriffin, mother of the bride- The altar of the church was The bride is a graduate of Mr.Floyd Lester of:Chlefland,
1 and Mrs. Cecil Frampton, of Warren and Randy Cannadyof elect, and Mrs. Helen Hen- decorated with yellow and Bradford High School and .will be married at the home of
Starke.: Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. 25th Wedding AnniversaryMr. .derson, mother of the white daisies,flanked by large Santa Fe Junior College, andis the bride's parents on Friday,
The wedding will be an M.L. Waters and daughters of prospective bridegroom. baskets of daisies on either attending the University of Sept. 5, at 9 p.m.
Mrs. Barbara
event of Saturday, Oct. 11, at 8 Middleburg; and Mr. and and Mrs. M.L. Beach Norman, Florida.Mr. .
p.m. in the Pine Level Baptist Mrs. John Bradley, Jr., and celebrated their 25th wedding Reddish, Mrs. Betty Norman, side.Following the ceremony, a Williams is employedby
anniversary on Sunday, Aug. and Mrs. Estelle Minton. On Tuesday, Aug. 26, Miss Golf Club Women
Church. son,and Mrs. J.M. Bradley. reception was held in the the Pepsi-Cola Company in
31, with a reception at the The gifts were opened and 'Griffin was complimented at a educational of the Gainesville.The .
building
Starke's Woman Club. displayed in an adjoiningroom To Plan ActivitiesThe
luncheon by the faculty and church, couple will reside in
toooooooooooooooooooooYou Greeting guests at the door by Mrs. Connie Beach, staff of Sunland School, Starke.
was Mrs. Sandra Harley and Mrs. Joyce Carmichael and Sunland Center, in Miss Susie Byers kept the Starke Golf and
Are InvitedGOSPEL Mrs. Jennell Dyal who Mrs. Eddie Oliver. The gift Gainesville\ where she is 'bride's guest book, while Miss Country Club Women will
presented them to the honored table was covered with a blue 'employed as secretary. Pam Chapman and Miss Phyllis Griffin meet Monday, Sept. 8, at 8
to a couple. Programs were linen cloth trimmed with lace. Susan Blalock served coffee p.m. in the club house.
handed out describing the Larry Williams was in The faculty and a staff and punch. Miss Lone Temple Mike HendersonTo Everyone is urged to attend
MEETINGwith wedding in 1950 and receptionin charge of the decorations. presented Miss Griffin with a and Mrs. Carol Sumrall and help plan social activitiesfor
1975 as a memento of the For 'the occasion Mrs.. coffee maker and a collectionof served the wedding cake., Wed Sept 5 the coming year
occasion. Miss Tammy Oliverof Beach chose a floor length kitchen gadgets as a
Jacksonville was in chargeof aqua gown with silver accessories memento of the occasion. Also assisting were Mrs. The wedding of Miss Phyllis
the guest table :which complimented by Jackie Chapman, Mrs. Griffin and Mike Hendersonwill ADK Members
Harold DowdyThur. displayed their wedding an opal and diamond Others present were Mrs. Charlene Blalock,.Mrs. Faye be an event of Friday,
.
picture.The table covered necklace, a gift from her Chispa Spitze, Mrs. Lou Sept. 5, at 7 p.m. in the Plan ActivitiesAlpha
cake
was husband. Weisner, and Mrs. Myra Church.All .
with a white satin cloth Snowden also of Shower Hampton Baptist
employees Baby
Fri. Sat. Approximately 150 guests friends and relatives of
trimmed with lace and centered called between the hours of 3, Sunland, who presented the the couple are invited to at- Gamma Chapter of
11 with a four-tiered cake and 5 p.m. ,honoree with useful gifts. For EdwardsA and Alpha Delta Kappa sororitymet
Sept. 12 & 13 decorated with blue roses and Mrs. tend the wedding Wednesday, Aug. 27, at
silver leaves. The cake was ,- reception immediately 'the Holiday Inn for a social
7:3OpmSUBJECTS flanked by two floral can baby shower for Kathy following in the church and planning session.President .
.
delabra arrangements of blue Payne Edwards was given on fellowship ball.Woman's Frances
carnations, white glads and Thursday, Aug. 28, by Mrs. .Hamilton presided during the
: white mums. The cloth was = Donald Conner and Mrs. Club luncheon, when plans were
Jesus Farewell To His decorated with blue ribbons Robert Edwards at the homeof made for the 1975-76 year.
and fern. Mrs. Marjorie the latter.After 10 The next meeting will be
Children Schultz and Mrs. Esther several games were To Meet Sept held on September 15 at St.
Schultz served the cake. .l played, refreshments, Mark's social hall.
The two punch tables were" featuring a carriage
The Cross of Jesus. .
covered with identical white cake, were serve The Woman's Club of Starke
lace cloths, also decoratedwith The baby's great- will hold its first luncheon the Old itfnvi .
The Resurrection of blue ribbons and fern. .,'- lIr grandmother, Mrs. Carrie meeting of the fall season on ;
Presiding at the punch bowls Dean Edwards, 87, was the Wednesday, Sept. 10, at 12:15in :
were Miss Margie Ann I, oldest guest, and the youngestwas the club building.
South id. Church of Christ Schultz,Miss Nancy Lee, Miss Kathy's niece, infant Mrs. Eugene Tanner and Elfj
Margaret Ann Norman, and Lana Church, two months. members of the executive
3 Mi. S. of Starke, Hwy,301 Mrs. Linda Norman. .j, Mrs. Edwards and her new board will be in charge of the
'The food table covered
was daughter will return soon to luncheon.iMrs. .
2271 i 'f I*. with white linen and lace cloth i Germany-wheqe her husband, .- L.Ar Canova will "A pew baby' opinion of Its,,.
of Brooker Rd. SB ;
at Junction _, over a' blue liner. Those Larry Edwards; is serving a present the program on a mother's singing Is often not :
oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo .serving 'were Mrs: Margaret tour of duty with the Army. Bicentennial theme. shared by all.


,Sweat-Morgan


To The Voters Of Starke Jr.Mr.announce and Mrs.the Riley engagementof Sweat, IT'S THERESULTS

their daughter, Lisa June,
to John Randolph Morgan, son
I Am A New Comer AndIn of Roy L. Morgan and Mrs.
Loletta Morgan, of Starke.

A December wedding Isplanned I THATCOUNT

the past weeks I have met with many of you about my candidacy for

City Council Group 2. I would like to take this opportunity to let you know a Joint Birthday

what the issues are as I have determined from talking to you. The issues and Party Given

where I stand are: ForGillispies '
w

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gillispieof Return
Ft. Meade were honored by
their children at a dinner
given Saturday night,Aug. 23,

A GAl I N l ST I any new expansion of electric facilities or floating bonds for it until all other methods have in former Bartow.Mrs.Mabel Gillispie Colley.is the Jimmy

been studied and exhausted. Let's determine which way will cost you, the consumer less. daughter of the late Mr. and
Mrs. W.A. Colley, of Starke, BOWEN !
and has many friends and

r\V7A\l 1 N ST I the building of any C"partmentcomplex or development that has not bee;, worked out with relatives The occasion in this area.was a joint k' _

the city and found to be compatible with the master plan and city zoning. The comprehensive I birthday celebration for Mrs. t j;' 4''

and master plans are only in the beginning stage. Let's not have a hasty decision and August Gillispie 22, ,whose and Mr.birthday Gillispie in, As Your Full Time '

seek some expert advice as the comprehensive plan for our city develops. These projects whose birthday in September
effect the life style of all of us. 2.All of the immediate familywas
together for the first time Chief Of Police

AGAINST Any Annexation That Our City Cannot since their the 50th Gillispie nine wedding years celebrated ago.anniversary And Make Your

Their family includes nine

Afford To Take In At This Time and children 16 ,greatgrandchildren.Mr. 15 grandchildren., Vote Count

Gillispie, member of a
pioneer Polk County family, is

AGAI I N ST estimating| metered utilitiesand if it must be estimated, let It appear: on the bill as an estim- still farming actively and seldom engaged misses in a .

atlon.FO day his home.of work on the land near Jimmy Bowen Gets Results I

Present with the Gillispies
.
on this occasion were Mr and
R establishing new rules of procedure for,city council meetings. Let's start a method of stag- Mrs. Sam Gillispie, Jr.; and As your Chief he has reduced the crime rate in Starke.

gered roll call voting so that the people will know where THAT. member stands when it Mrs Clinton Hollingsworth, Has updated the and
Department is
r, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis now one of the most efficient in
comes time to vote. Hollingsworth and baby, ofMrs. the State.
Lakeland Mr and .
Charles Gillispie; and Mr. and *Is operating within his budget after inheriting a deficit i

FOR finding a way to renovate the RJE school and keeping it as a community center Many different Mrs. Beach David; Gillispie Mr. and, Pompano Mrs.- Has full cooperation from all other Law Enforcement Agencies. !

Federal and State agencies around town could be consolidated Into this building and Brooks Mashburn and Mr. and

they would not have to pay out our good tax money for rent. Mrs Lamar Smith,of Tampa;
Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Swartz. Only Experience Dedication and Common Sense
,
Johnson City, Tenn.; Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. F, Gillispie and
children of Titusville;Mr. and Can Get The Desired Results

Elect Joseph N. (Joe) Warren and Mrs.Mrs.Dan R.H.L. Moody Mullins., and Mr.'

a IJ* Go To The Polls Tuesday and Make

Little WomenTo
City Council Group 2

Meet Sept..10) Your'Vote Count


TEACHER VO-TECH will" The hold Little its first Women's fall meeting Club Return

on September 8 at 8 p.m. in the Jimmy Bowen
Starke's.Woman's Club:

EDUCATION George Tomasovitch of the ,
B.A. DEGREE INDUSTRIAL l'
Starke Police Department, (P.ld Pal Ads! As Tour Fall Time '. ,
,
will present the program. ;
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., Illness Delays Hospital Contract
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LAKE BUTLER Official tor -to be recommended(>d by IzeSlade Gas,Inc, of-Starke at I I

Mrs. L.D. Vining and Mr. Jimmy Andrews has signing of the management Inter-Medic to join Dr. a rate of 30 cents per gallon,
and Mrs. J.C. Vining of returned to Furman contract between Inter-Medic Manuel Abello in the clinic with installation and prepar- 'l 1
Palatka spent the weekend University for his senior Health Services and the Union soon, thereby fulfilling its ation labor to be provided! free :
. with Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Mark Crawford returned to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mr.and Mrs. Edward Davisof He Is now serving as year.first General Hospital Board has contracted obligation to of charge. \
: Timmerman in Stockton, Ga. Mississippi College near. Durkee of Kingsley Lake have Gainesville were Sunday assistant to the president of been delayed due to illness, provide two doctors. Hardval also reported an I
Jackson, Miss. Monday. moved into their new home in guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.O. the lurman Student Body. but a meeting will be set "Please consider these doc- intensive effort to collect past .
Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen Orange Park. Dansby.: within a week to finalize the tors carefully. If the first two due bills, and although some
I
" and family spent the Labor Mr. and Mrs. Jim A family birthday supper agreement, UGH Board that come along are accepted insurance claims were never
'.' Day weekend at Daytona McLendon and children, Colt and Mrs. V.J. Spenglerand Mrs. Billie Hall of Orlando was enjoyed at the home of Chairman J.D. Griffis announced for the hospital, it would be made, an attempt to have ,
t.I Beach. Stacey, Ian, and Caitlin,. of Mrs. Emma Badman visited Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Mr. and Mrs. A.B. WhiteheadSr. at the Tuesday, Sept. highly unusual if they both these paid is also underway.
Blowing Rock, N.C. are returned Sunday from a four DuPre from Wednesday to ., Friday night in 2, meeting prove to be good and benefi-
Mr. and Mrs. Brian 'spending ten days with his weeks visit with Mrs. Bad- Sunday.Mr. celebration of the birthdays of A bid for malpractice insurance cial for the community," said
a i.! Hamilton and sons, Bill and parents, Mr and Mrs. R.P. man's son and daughterinlaw Mrs. A.B. Whitehead, Jr. was accepted board member Hal Y. Maines. THE BRADFORD
; Brad, Mrs. John Griffin, and McLendon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs.. Lloyd and Mrs. A.J. Eaves Charlotte Whitehead, andMichael : unanimously Tuesday night "Once these doors are COl'NTY TELEGRACli
and and Mr. and Mrs. Published
J Miss Lilian visited of New Brunswick family bringing the hospital one step every Thursdayal
Stump Badman, celebrated AndreaEaves' Bishop, grandson of opened I want to see them '
Mrs.W.H. Thompson over the and Mrs. Jack McComb Canada. On the return trip L.C. Early Mr:and Mrs. A.B. Whitehead, closer to opening its outpatient remain open," he added and 138 W.Call Street
14th brithda a clinic doors. The in-
Starke
. Labor Day Weekend at returned Tuesday from a home, they visited Boston, pizza supper at the Pizza Hut Sr. surance was taken on a three- the board agreed.Administrator., Florida 32091!
Panacea. Brad Hamilton three-month tour in Canada. Philadelphia, and New York Sunday night.Recent Robert Franklin Edwards month basis, rated at $216.27, Eugene I Second Clan postage paid
remained\ for a week's visit While there, they.:attended an received from Fisher Brown Insurance Hardval reported to the group
his associate degree at Starke,Florida
with his'grandmother.Mrs. International Air City.Mrs. guests of Mrs. T.D. and
eight-day from Santa Fe Broker in Pensacola, which various repair supply
Stream Rally at Brandon, .C.C. Hoppe returned to Dyal were Mrs. Minnie College in Gainesville Community this bid over $150 lower than its needs which were voted to be Subscription Rates:' '
J.H. Fields had as Mantobia, Canada. After the her home in Tamps Tuesday Weathersbee and son, Vardie He nearest competitor. met during the month. He also In trade ;
quarter. to
enter the
Sunday guests her son and rally, Mr. and Mrs. McComb after a ten-day visit with her Wall, of Pompano Beach, and 'University of plans North Florida The board also discussedthe reported bids on gas supply year;13.50 area six: 6.00 months per ,
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. of Air sisters Mrs. O.L. Beasley and Mr. and Mrs. Volney Wall of as
Joined a caravan an in possibility of a second doc- and the board voted to patron- \
accounting major
Charles Fields, of Jackson- campers and spent 45 Mrs. J.W. Kincaid. Keystone Heights. September OuUtfle trade :
ville. days touring Canada with the Miss Debbie Spengler of the !! .UC Fire Dept. To Have Barbequewill I per year; 4.00 area six months: $7.00
group. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Moore University of West Florida, Miss Sara Demaree of -
Mrs. Nora Price of and family of Salisbury, N.C. Pensacola, is home between Ocala will visit her aunt, Mrs. The Union County Volunteer also be some skydiving a
Robertsdale, Ala. is spendinga Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wells spent the weekend with his summer and fall quarters. H.C. }itch, Thursday, Fire Department.has fire-fighting demonstrationand
few weeks with her sister, visited Cottonwood, Ala. on parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred scheduled a chicken barbequefor a steer raffle. RofncRoo1 KILLER
Mrs. Vergie Flynn. Saturday and returned to their W. Bennett. Capt. Mickey Dansby of Mr. and Mrs. HA.: Lawsonhad Sept. 6 from 4-7 p.m. at the Price of the feast is$1.50 for x 11
home in Gulf Breeze. Maxwell AFB, Montgomery, as Friday and Saturday Providence Community Hall. children and $2.50 for adults. cursors rlOGGING doors ws'mars w
Mrs. Peggy Janeck and Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Ala. spent Labor Day visitors their children, Music will be provided by Proceeds go to the fire
daughter, Miss Cathy Sharpe, Mrs. Henry Morrison spent Sr. visited Mr. and Mrs. Louie weekend with his parents, Mr. Charles Lawson and Alan and the Dixie Ramblers, one-time department. -
of Brooksville, were Labor the weekend camping in the Carter in Middleburg Sunday and Mrs. R.O. Dansby. Mrs. Laurie of Tallahassee, and ulue. Grass champs. There
Day weekend guests of Mr. Scrub with her son and Mickey Dansby and daughter, Mrs.Agnes Morar and Andrea ---
and Mrs. Cecil Whitehead and daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. Miss Cheryl Rosier of Lake Julie, left Tuesday, after and Katie of Panama City Vote for N.L. Woodburn
daughter, Judy. Virgil Morrison, and family. City spent the week with her spending the summer with and their son-in-law anddaughter : City Commissioner Group 4
San
A Diego
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dansby, to visit and Mr. and Mrs. ---- heralded the opening nursery of a [Farmers Mutal Exchange |
Mrs. Matha Walker of Dr. Frances Cannon and S.M. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Bud her grandmother in Albany, Joe Jordan and Cindy and branch with this sign:; 2226 N. Temple
Sarasota is visiting Mrs. Mrs. Betty Palmer of Rosier joined the family for N.Y. On September 19, Mrs. Lynne of Live Oak on Mrs. Levon Andrews is new We Starke
"Here Grow.Again.
Adolph Gay for several days. Tallahassee visited Miss Jean the Labor Day weekend. Dansby will join Capt. Dansbyat Saturday.Mrs. visiting relatives in In-
Mundy at Kingsley Lake over Maxwell AFB where he will dependence, Mo.

Hal, Greg, and Ryan the weekend enroute to Ft. Miss Teresa Boyce of graduate from SOS and returnto A.B. Whitehead, Sr., = :=:'!"i 1
Goldwire of Vineland. N.J. Lauderdale.Mr. Mandarin spent the weekend his position as instructor at and daughter, Charlotte, =
spent three weeks with their with Miss Andrea Eaves, and the Air Force Academy in visited Mrs. Whitehead's Ii e I'' \ i
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. T.H. Slade the girls celebrated their 13th Colorado Springs, Colorado. daughter, Mrs. George vo QUALITY
Gilbert Goldwire., Mr. and were Sunday night dinner and 14th birthdays August 31. Bishop, and children, and
Mrs. Goldwire took the guests of their son and Sunday afternoon, Mrs. A.J. Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Crosby, their aunt, Mrs. Rubin GUARANTEED II t
children home last Sundayand daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. Eaves and children drove Jr. and daughter, Ruth spent Greene, in Jacksonville over ,
spent several days Tom Slade, Jr., and family in Teresa to her home in Man- Saturday and Sunday in the weekend.
visiting their son and Orange Park. darin and visited Mr.and Mrs. Naples visiting Mr. Crosby's CUSTOM BUILT HOMES), I
daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. Walter Woolfe and family. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. H.W. Townsend returnedlast i't' : '
Ray Goldwire.Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald and Mrs. Lamar Crosby and week from a ten-day visit by- In. .
Thornton and daughter, Mrs. Ethel Ellerbee family. Monday and Tuesday, with his son-in-law and L h&- Sbi c ,- ,.nn,
and Mrs. H.G. Bollinger Donna, spent Thursday at returned to her home in they spent in Pompano Beach daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
spent the Labor Day weekend Busch Gardens in Tampa. Panama City Thursday aftera visiting Mr. Crosby's brother- Collins of Jenkinsburg, Ga., ..-....
with their son-in-law and two months visit with her in-law and sisters, Mr.. and and his daughter, Miss Claire ; 496-2185
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jan Mrs. Homer Brown of Green mother, Mrs. T.D. Dyal. Mrs. N.R. Hardy and family, Nell Townsend, of Atlanta, -
Douglas, in Tallahassee.Mr. Cove Springs spent Tuesday, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Ga. t:
with her mother Mrs. Mabel Labor Day guests of Mr. and Banks.
Stringfellow.Miss Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. were <,-> x .M ', -'' '"' ,., '<',,, ,. < "' .rn"'F-" .!ie! ,'!!!?' ,. ,.
and Mrs. Gary Vote for N.L.Woodburn '>!.::" <$- <" ''' '' "" ')<< <.A'<" 'X( 'j' <; '<$'- >' x, '{' <$ < A' < %'>' "
Hamilton of Atlanta, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Johns, City:: Commissioner, Group 4 >
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamiltonand Martha Struth spent Jr., Mrs. Martelle Lamonda
children of Labor Day weekend with her Mr. and Mrs. Toby Starling Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Patrick
the weekend Tampa wit. spent their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Miss Danielle Starling all and children of West Florida, SOFA
parents,Mr.and Mrs. SherrodW. and Mrs. Bobby Case,. and of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Weldon "SE'E"PER"'I ii ;
Hamilton. family in Lake City. Mrs. Lou and daughter of Bushnell, and -
Woodburn Struth and Miss Kathy Struth Mr. and Mrs. Marion Mr.and Mrs. J.R.Weldon and
Vote for N.L. 4 joined the family for Labor Harrington and children, children of Jacksonville met
City Commissioner Group Karan and Lauran, of Ormond at the Crystal Lake home of
Local admittances to Day.Mr. Beach, spent the weekend Mrs. Gladys Weldon on
Bradford County Hospital this and Mrs. Jerry Lawson with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Saturday to be with their
week include: Herman and daughter, Sherrie, of Ft. C.N. Christy. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. SALE ;x
Wilmore Oliver Holder, Mrs. Walton Beach, spent the Vote for N.L.Woodburn and Mrs. Peter Alogna and
Muriel Gilhooly, Mrs. Sarah weekend with his mother, City Commissioner, Group 4 family of Cheshire, Conn.
Strickland Mrs. Ella Mae Mrs. Mary Lawson. .. sra -- .

and'Cottle Mrs.Mrs.Mable Mavis Messer Goodge,{ Mr. and Mrs.Garl Matthews Grand Opening ,, at ,D.ESofabyDayBedbyNightw/ ARK'S I t '
"
Starke;: Hurve Waldron, 'spent the"weekend 'in to a- *** X"*?Q Ov t ..JJ&L .,.. .. .. .. .. <:
Graham; John Knight Harley Folks ton. Ga. with their son :
Shaw and Onnie Haulerson, and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Sat. Sept. 6
Brooker; Gaines Crews, Mrs. Lowell Matthews, and in
Klornhome; Mrs. Bessie Hilliard with their daughter-
llalck. Hampton; and Mrs. in-law, Mrs. Virgil Matthews. Leisure Arts & Crafts
Anna Decs, Lawtey.Mr. c

and Mrs. J.E. Hardy Jimmy Andrews son of Mr. 468-2253 Central Ave. LARGE SHIPMENT JUST RECEIVED t--j

spent the weekend in Orlando and Mrs. Levon Andrews was i
At Pine St. In HamptonCraft
with Mr; and Mrs. J.K.. named to the Dean's List at ,..;.,
Wilson. the University of Florida for !
Artist Supplies t i)
the summer quarter with a 3.5 .7 S 1 *

Chuckle Mrs. Charles of Green Fink and Cove son, average.Mr. Guitar ft Banjo Accessories t{

Springs visited her sister Terrarium Tools Beads Copper Bracelets $
Mrs. Ella Moody, Tuesday and Mrs. Charles ..,,<:
McQuaig. and son, David and
,y
Mrs. Ruby Willford of Instruction Crafts .
In
Many Including
Vote for N.L.Woodburn Waycross. Mrs. J.E. Luckie, <
City Commissioner, Group 4 Jr., of Philadelphia. Penn.,, Guitar & ,, "' 'So.
Banjo <
Mr. and Mrs. John Williams'and > >>
son. John of Gainesville, ,'
and Bob Williams and Free Refreshments <

daughter. Wendy, of I
Jacksonville, were weekend $1000 Merchandise DrawingNo "
s guests of Mr. and Mrs. MackL. 4

Williams and Mr. and Mrs.: Purchase Necessary To Win m
Harold Godwin and family. .
MANY CRAFT KITS REDUCED
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crossing' the Atlantic intoday's by,my attendance at every regularly scheduled meeting of the Council
mrfdern lets Is considered -' since you elected me to this important position 4 years ago. '
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TELEGRAPH Septembe..t9'l




1939 Law Regulating, Boats Kingsley IgnoredProbably FORESTRY- Chuck Weber

County Forester
I I _IN BRADFORD:: COUNTY

one of the most swimmers who do not rush to n
disregarded laws In Florida is get out of their way.A times the 1970 harvest
one passed by the legislatureand DOLLARS LEFT LYING IN three to
signed by the Governor on copy of the 36-year-old law THE WOODS :. Some long lilt our needs for wood and
May 25, 1939 requiring all was found tacked to the steps have' been taken in fiber. We must grow' as much
boards of old boat house wood as each acre will permit,
motor boats operated on the an on rl. / N f1 recent years toward making,
will have to make the
waters of Kingsley Lake to be the lake, and was brought to use of logging wastes, such as and we
equipped with mufflers, underwater the attention of The Telegraphby tops, limbs, sawdust, and best possible use of each* tree
exhausts, "or other Jack Trawick, county stumps left behind when the grown.
suitable devices to deaden sanitarian who lives there. truck leaves the woods.. Your land mayb \part of
sound." The printed notice was in the problem and part of the
remarkably good condition Several improvements hrve( answer. 'heck with a consultant -
Sofar: as anyone knows the after exposure to the elementsin come in the form of new industrial forester, or
law has never been repealedand the open boat house for 36 logging equipment and your County Forester for help.
is still on the statute booksof years. techniques. Tree-length and Dollars do grow on trees.
Florida. multiple-product logging
The statute reads as allow about one-third less
The Act (House Bill No.995)) follows: residue than traditional
also provides that "no person methods used in the South. LETTERSPUBLIC
shall operate a motor boat on Be it enacted by the Even more thorough is a
the waters of Kingsley Lake ata Legislature of the State of machine designed to pluck up
speed greater than five Florida: an entire tree including the
miles per hour within 100 taproot, leaving behind only DESERVES
yards of anyone bathing in Section 1. Hereafter, any the horizontal supporting VOICE IN PLANS t
said waters. motor boat, launch, or other roots; this salvages a large
water craft, the motive powerof fraction of the logging waste, Dear Mr. Editor:
This should be interestingnews which is an internal com- Where it can used. The main purpose of zoning
to anyone who has ever bustion engine using gas, Another machine "eats" is to prevent "incompatable"
been"buzzed" by skiers in the gasoline, naptha or other like land uses. It can create
} whole trees on the logging
lake, coming in close enoughto energy, operated on the waterof site, branches needles and windfalls speculators, if
threaten decapitation of Kingsley Lake, in Clay all; except for part of the they can obtain land zoned for

County,State of Florida, shall factory muffler, underwater 11' needles and bark, which are purpose and pursuade local
be equipped with a stock exhausts, or other modern or Ther\ was no need td regulate motor boats on Kingsley Lake when this Idyllic sifted out, the entire tree Is zoning boards to permit a
scene was photographed for use on Starke postcards about 1910. Power was chipped on the spot and blown variance for their personal
editorial-- supplied by a "cullud genfmun" with two wooden oars and two strong arms into a waiting trailer. benefit.
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while belles of the day protected their Illy white skins from those awful sun rays Zoning can produce good
with parasols and broad-brimmed hats. But there is no easy cure to results if it is tied in with a city
the problem of wood-waste. plan that aims to create an
I improved device capable Of' No such motor boat shall be And no person shall operate Interlocking pieces of the attractive environment.,
Us in' Ye Olde adequately muffling the soundof operated on said waters in a such motor boat on said waterat answer are found at all levelsof Without this kind of implementation -
NogginThough than
the exhaust of such engine; reckless manner or at an a rate of speed greater the forest industry from it can often
and such muffler shall be kept excessive rate of speed so as five miles per hour within 100 planter to mill. A new methodto break down under pressure
and remain closed, and such to endanger the life or yards of anyone bathing in recover branches or top- from developers.All .
exhaust or device shall be'' property of any person in or on. said waters. wood is useless unless it
exasperation peeped throughat be alleviated. Each realized
some crop- in said waters, having due PROVIDED, that persons well-run municipalities,
kept proper working order' provides wood in a form that
times in the Aug. 21 discussion ping of. plans had to be done. by any person or persons regard ''to the presence of desiring to have motor boat the mill can handle and like all well-run corporations,
between Bradford School Board and races regatta or speed races must plan their capital expenditures -
operating or In charge of such other boats, bathers, persons convert into a satisfactory
staff members, tempers remained under Supt. Jockel offered the first compro- motor boat, launch, or other engaged in fishing, or objectsin or trials, may make ap- product. And new. efficient for several years J
control as they strived to achieve a mise. He knew there is a problem at the craft, at all times when such or on such waters, and of pucacion to the County Judgeof harvesting machinery may ahead in order to make the
other conditions Clay County, Florida, for a best use of limited funds.;
then
workable compromise in the school middle school and suggested alterna- engine or engines are in any to for not pay its way on small,
permit operate same
building program. tives to the original plan. The board operation.. existing. one day only, and it shall be poorly-managed tracts where Plans are not simply drawn t
trees are too small or are so and forced ,
an unwilling -
up upon
members did not stand hard the of said
against duty County Judgeto crowded that they stopped neighborhood. Before s
A communications gap was blamed for completion of the high school, either. In issue said permit for one growing when they were 10 plans are drawn up, Individuals -
the end each got a taste of what day only, upon the applicant old. canvassed for
adding irritation to the itch of spreading they to said years are
paying county Judge a
$1.2 million across the spectrum of wanted when the middle school complexwas County Agents By fee of 50 cents for each of said In with wood their views and hearings are
needed buildings. The board had a cut to six classrooms, alleviating : permits. industries cooperation wood and held on such plans. This way
growers feedback
notion that the money just wouldn't crowding, and phase 5 of the high schoolwas Notebook Bobby E'f Section 2. Any officer duly the US Forest Service the we from get a a democratic community. The .-

stretch as far as needed, but administrative sheared of one-fourth its original Taylor authorized to make arrests, Florida Division of Forestry decision to transform these
and it shall be his
officials were counting on expanded plan (a portion termed 'alternative,' arrest may without warrant duty to has set up a utilization blue prints into board brick

facilities.A meaning it may not be: finished.) person violating any of any the program to develop new and mortar, or what have you
to make better
processes use is made the
really not by
of this Act
provisions in his
of Florida's
wood
lengthy soul-searching session An anticipated 15 percent discount We all look forward to nutrient supply to give better presence. resource. planners-who are only staff
summer time and vacations' cold hardiness and winter officials with no power of their
,
from
Salley's bid predictions got the Section 3. Anyone violating At the same time the
followed Richard Jockel's
Supt. sugges- projects down to but it is always good to get growth. September is an the provisions of this Act shall woodlands of Florida are own-but by the people'selected
tion that the group "take a long hard a sweet-sounding back to our familiar routinesand excellent month to apply be deemed guilty of a being pushed to live up lo their representatives in
look at the building program." $1.137 million within the dollars avail- jobs. This is where wet, fertilizer to ornamental misdemeanor, and upon potential yield but not their city and county com
able. really get the feeling that we plantings of trees and shrubs. conviction thereof, shall be pushed hard enough. Across missions.
Four projects were planned for the are doing a service to our-i Some people use low nitrogen punished by a fine of not more i the stale our woodlands are Zoning boards are strongly
It was a necessary revamping of selves and our fellow-man. fertilizers such as 6-12-12 or 0- than $100 and costs, and in growing about (II! million cords under the influence of
existing funds, including 10 middle building priorities, something every 14-14 to prepare their plantsfor default of the payment of said per year, while our land is builders realtors and strong
school classrooms four kindergartenrooms school board has faced since 1967 in the I know I always look for-b winter, but using a 6-6-6 or fine and cost, be confined in capable of growing almost political pressure groups who
.!rld two buildings, phases 4 and 5, multi-million dollar building ward to September when we 8-8-8 in early September will the County Jail of Clay twice that amount. Bradlord are far more interested in
the program crank-up our programs again''" also give excellent results. County Florida for not longer County's record is better than construction
at itgh school. The: shock and sur- and, of course
that has nursed
facilities farmers
at for
new our homemakers I 'The important point to than six months.
,. most, with woodlands growingat their profits than in what the
prise ( the staff wa ; not shared by the Brooker, Hampton and Lawtey as well and 4-H members. Most of our remember is to apply the Section 4. This Act shall 70 per cent capacity. place will look like
board vhen Architect Craig ,Salleyi IJ i I as.a'Yiewjniddie school.and three phases agricultural organizations* fertilizer to the soil to provide take effect upon its becominga generation from now. a
announced that the project would cost: is< of l Bradford High. also -get. active- again IIwitJ\ij) ''a nutrient supply lor' the. plant, law ; But being "better than
total < f $1.6 million. programs and activities that during the winter: App oved by'the Governor, average" is not good enough.By Mrs. Maurice Wing }
Now that school officials have used are beneficial. I'll discuss May_ 25, 1939. 2000 AD v e w ill need about Edwards Road, SUrke'
some of these next week.
The staff held out f<>; completion of their noggins in creating space, we

the high school. The bo..rd insisted that anxiously await the filling of noggin September is also a time for J ,
overcrowding at the udcile school must space to take place there. action for farmers, gardeners i NOTICE
and homeowners. I have
discussed some of the thingsin
earlier articles that our;.

How Jr e Grow Out of Place cattlemen other,growers pasture should producersand be S t .( ;

doing this month. I mentionedthat
OF
we were having a TAX INCREASE

Proudly we hail the coming of a new If President Gerald Ford hopes to win problem with armyworms In'

age in Bradford County an era of com- next year's election, he might also hope pastures last week. I hope you ,
are keeping an out for this
munity involvement in community that his wife doesn't give any more interviews pest on your farm.eye 3 The
b'TOtho concerning her "liberated" City Of Lawtey ProposesTo

views on the morals of young people. We can also have ar-
Although the city election may not seea myworms, sod-web worms

11W( percent voter turnout, we know When the President's wife, on nation- and our other home grass lawns.caterpillarson Web- Raise Your Property Taxes

the co .stituents are there by their pre- wide television appeared to approve a worms are greenish cater-
sence at local governmental meetingsand code of behavior for youth that is in con- pillars which feed at night,
i looks like a new day in Starke. flict with the moral and ethical values and rest in a curled position on 1 I j
promulgated by most religious denomi- the soil surface curing the
A Public
On The
day. Damage is usually seen Hearing Increase
WIat nations of America it to '
began as a No Growth squabble was easy pre- as patches with the grass iV
over the proposed apartment complex dict the uproarof indignation that fol- blades notched on the sides

I bis: graciously evolved into conscientious lowed. The President, himself, and chewed back raggedly.The '
discussion on How We Grow. With estimated that it may have cost him grass may die if the Will Be Held

the announcement that the federal "twenty million votes," although he dry foliage weather is stripped, but off watering in hot, Tuesday September 16;

government requires long-range refused to take issue with his wife on her allows the grass to recover

(l.uining for our city and county and views. from very severe damage. .
with the revelations that with
emerge
this planning, a new awareness is catch- Everyone knows by now what Mrs. brown Armyworms are dark At 7:30: P.M.

ing on namely, "if we can't stop it, let's Ford said, so there is no point in repeat- during the atjnaturlty day. Their and damageis feed

join the struggle. ing her remarks, which she attempted to usually not in definite .

tone down and explain away in a later patches as webworm damage. '. In The Hall
A recent letter to the editor concern- interview. The conservative columnist Armyworms chew the grass lawteyCity .

ing apartment opposition stated "We'renot William Buckley commented: "What she back raggedly severly than sod and webworms.more "

just a band of petition-waving idiots did was to use her high office as First U your lawn has some gray-

marching from meeting to meeting," and Lady... to rewrite the operative sexual green areas check them for
the truth of this statement is beginning code of western civilization... But the signs of the grass being Explanation : Because of.a slight increase in
to surface. The once-militant role of the civic leader is to defend stan- chewed off. It is not unusual to tax
group find both lawn
standing firm in its opposition to massive dards, even if the barbarians are at the attacking the same caterpillars lawn, so assessment values in the City of 'the
expansion in west Starke has turned to gate; which they are... It is very surprising watch carefully. Armywormsand Lawtey city can

the more effective method of participation and very bad news that she abused '>. sod webworms are easily
involvement and analysis.The her husband's position by speaking out controlled by spraying the raise the same 'number of tax dollars in 1975-76 with
damaged areas with Sevin
on the subject in contravention of ethical or

struggle surrounding construc- values established... by a higher authority Diazinon. slightly less mi 11 age. To raise the same amount of
tax
tion of the apartment complex has not even than the Supreme Court. SEPTEMBER is an important -

been pleasant for its proponents or In estimating his loss of month during the year. dollars in the coming the
votes Presi- for' fertilization. This is the. year city would have to
opponents, but it has served levy
an educa- dent Ford appeared to recognize the fact month for the final lawn !

tional purpose in renewing constituency that a majority of the American people fertilization in our area. All, 2.971 mills slightly less than the
three
interest. will) not vote for the standards of Play- lawngrasses should except be cenUpedegrass fertilized --.,. mills levied

boy, Playgirl, Esquire, and the other :with a complete fertilizer ', last
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Sometimes it takes a wildfire to make swinging magazines. in the White (W-6. 8-8-8, 18-4-8)) In year. However, the city is required to levy at least
notice
people glowing embers. House. early September. Applying

the fertilizer now will give an. three mills to receive state or federal
excellent nutrient supply for'I' revenue sharing
growth throughout the
winter;'
a Trees and shrubs in our 4 monies thus the will
incur
city ;
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V c yards also need an adequate;V! 1!< a very slight tax' Increase -

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mili : "",";/, in 197576. Though the. increase will be ;

pt, U: hardly: '

a( o r yOT 'Tt,.I te noticeable on tax bills the city is required to label it a

r.O reN ,BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER dpG ( .
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Publishers' ,1 tax increase and advertise. that 'it is
Published each Thursday end entarwi as second class Matter at the Post Office at Stark. Fla. under Act fp raising property
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of Mdrch 3. 1879.
taxes.Paget
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Subscription rata In trade area: *6 per Veer 3.50 tin month.' mates of Ox tires 'e ,
Outside trade area: $7 per year: $4.00 MX months. hi poHUcfl promises, nrnmhiiK
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Bradford Ahead In PowerNEW 7
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has served two terms, Starke native, has been a BuyIngg
unopposed in the last election. radio and TV repair Instructorat

Opposition this for: the the Vocational School for
Group 4 post is semi-retired year eight years. He; is now a YORK Aug.. 23 A spending attitude on the partof in the year, after payment of discretionary spending many of $31,796,000, as against the
recruiting for to local families, who had $31, 97OOO.( )
jewelry store owner N.L. sergeant the new surveyor business activity consumers. personal taxes came been prior year's
,j1v.I' Woodburn. The 62-year-old Starke National Guard, with in communities across The facts and figures $31,519,000. topping the holding themselves under a 1
the
businessman lost a bid for which he has served 24 years, the country shows Bradford bearing this out are containedin previous year's 44883000. spending restraint, waiting Conference Currently, according Board, to"con
earning the Florida Ac- the of Just what this represented, for prices to come down, I
/ '. .1In. mayor in the 1969 city elect County turned in a better new "Survey Buying sumer optimism about the
comodation Award and in terms of the individual returned to the
performance than most in the Power, released by. Sale marketplace
tions. He has three childrenand is and
.,, Is a member of Masons, Florida Outstanding Service past year, according to the Management, ,,,the marketing family,, is indicated by which the to replenish their needs. enonomy now stands at the improving highest levelin
Elks and Shriners. Award for recruiting and Park Row News Service. publication. It presents median income locally, Others, less fortunate, who
f..t. retention with the Guard. The local comparable data on income amounted to $9,515 per have been having a hard time almost a year.
trading area
families
Councilman Jimmy McRae economic and spending for all parts of household. Half the making both ends meets, "Buying I intentions are
,t ';; ends his fifth term on the strength displayed, reflecting greater a rising the county. half earned earned more less.\than this and continued; to keep a fight vein l better than they have been lor
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their
council this year as council Bradford County's market on spenamg.In than and half.
more a
a
level of income and a freer year
in total income, 14.8
The rise
..-il.. dean. Vo-Tech teacher Joe strength reflects the greater general, however, it wasa Interest in cars has improved
Warren is the first to oppose purchasing potential of its percent, compares with 11.0 better year for retail storesin significantly as have plans to
.. McRae McRae in two elections. Growth Plan population. Because local percent in the United States Bradford County than for buy homes and appliances.
in the
(Croup Warren and with 12.8 percent those in
a 42-year-old. people were earning more many areas
and s Ii.< of those years servedas (From Page) ,they were able to spend more South Atlantic States. Local retail establishmentswere
Dsistant chief. He now project through federal funds, although not all of them did so. With that much money able to report sales
wore: with the city electric and you're in good shape to Their net disposable income available! to them for gross
detriment, is married and date to have so much done
hai four children. a, with such a minimum of expense -
wen's first term as police 1 ," Keister said. Bradford Teacher Contract ,
cnef follows five years patrol Officials were advised to
tfity with the police force. He continue the pace of planning .
jcrved on the city council 1969- development anticipation of \t ---
relinquishing the position the elaborate review and '.- ::---
This Week
AI run for police chief. Bowen, steps to be completed Nearing Approval It J3a
within less than three t ill
/ \, also sold a local chain of ....
In order to devote years."State. STARKE BradfordCounty's Bargaining 'unit members proposed contract to assure
jkis entire attentions to the and region planning first teacher con- include all professional, or passage, he said. CQ .cQ
position.. He is' married and councils and the county An overwhelming
Joe Warren majority
staff.
tract is non-management
r(has two children. \ review the city's plan but underway for approval of feedback is favorable/
.. Group 2 serve in an advisory capacityand by teachers by Loper said.
City Councilman Vernon / ,
.> tomorrow (Friday, Sept. 8)) Bradford Education State Missions
Silcox, is A of the cannot veto the The "Sure, there have been Emphasisat
a Starke insurance graduate Universityof rlan. Association representatives at
with for
N.L.Woodburn city council has final but presentation accep- but like First Baptist
North Florida Warren is questions, everythingelse
representative and the School Board' each school were to begin polling -
tance the
i Group 4 married and father of two. all future activities must by set teachers for that is new it must standa During month of
l 'coincide with the original plan for Monday night. their vote test" he said."Al September First Baptist
Although Starke gained since you will be working with "We anticipate ratificationof yesterday and today, Loper Church will be joining the
approximately 45-50 new the county and state you the contract..with a very said. He said he would call for least we have a contractto other Southern Baptist
Now OpenSkating
voters before the registrationbooks would be wise to heed war- strong majority of the the vote by tomorrow for. a build on and from this we Churches of Florida In a
closed Aug. 1, the rosterof nings:' of problems," Keister bargaining unit members," final tally. can add to or subtract from Week of Prayer and
RinkHwy voters was revised from George Loper, chief negotiator things this county can work Missions offering.The .
2,215 to 2,207 due to deaths in said.The NCFRPB does not for the teachers said Tues- Only a majority of those with."
the day night. voting need approve the This is the first written con- statewide goal is
100 E. 1 Blk. E. Of Red Light Keystone Heights constituency. assist communities in between teachers and
acquiring federal grants to tract $250,000 and the personal I

Open complete However, Justice these said studies., the City Position __IFrom Ppge I) _______ and the conditions administration of employmentfor on terms goal Church for is $800.00.First Baptist

Mon Thurs Fri 7:30-9:30: : Sat. 3:00-5:00: : council is asked by state and teachers. The 1974 Florida
termed "our expert" on "The people have no damn legislature passed a bill that "Come
federal to loin a missionary
r:30-10:00: : PM 930.: 11:30: 7:30-9:30': : review such governments. sanitation matters. say-so anymore," Jackson allowed teachers to form church with missionsat
9:30-11:30: ': requests."At Point of the 201 Plan to be gritted when Ruckman explained groups for bargaining pur
this point, wonder if the its heart"Ben
Sun 3-5 should do presented to EPA is that the it is within the city poses.The. -
city something case for the grant is built power to refuse utilities but to talks began June 5 with P.
about for additional Bryant
applying
around improving the'city do so would be reneging on the the teachers presenting the
Pastor
Admission 1" Per Session grants to finish our work, utility system to meet in- agreement with EPA. If the administration with a
said Board
City Zoning creased environmental does not live to the
city
up proposed 115-page contract
Includes Skates tr Chairman Al Crosby. standards required by the terms of the agreement, the articles William George
:ncluding some 32 and Min.of Music .
officials that it
City agreed
federal by 1983.
government grant would be endangered appendixed items.
must first define a local In seeking the grant the city Ruckman repeated.
OFFICIAL BALLOT agency to oversee should be after new utility The teams spent more than Travis Kimbril
future activities and apply for customers to pay for capital 100 hours negotiating this Min.of Education
FIRST PRIMARY the money. investment needed for improvements August Rainfall summer.
"If it doesn't happen that to the system.
way, it will never happen" The plan says the city will Bradford County receivedan I
GENERAL ELECTION Ruckman said.Taxpayers. average of 10.3 inches of
fair
charge every customer a
rate to fund improvements.The rain in August-four inches MEG Texaco
Starke, Bradford County, Florida less than the 50 year averagefor ,
Vernon Silcox proposed apartments. that month.
SEPTEMBER 9. 1975 Group Ruckman pointed out, fall Louis Hill tower at Highland 231 N. Temple 964-8100 1
(From Page 1) right Into that category. They measured 15.1 inches for the
Initials of Is. Farm Bureau In Union County, this represent increased utility month, almost double the Owned By Charles Green &
and will other two towers. New River
amounted to approximately revenue to the city,
suing Official Family NightSet $23,000 worth of salary in- help pay for some of the long tower measured 7.7, and Mathews
Sept. 13 creases, almost equal to one needed capital facilities, he Santa Fe, 8.2.FOREST. Buddy

--------------- said.To
The Bradford County Farm mill.The commission approved a arguments that theapartments
--T ._ Bureau will hold its annual would cost the 5 Qts
--- -------------- -------------- tentative $968,087 Budget that RANGER OIL &
Signature Elector family night membership would call for a 5.1 mill in-' city money in serving, Ruck- Under the CETA Title $700
meeting at the Starke Farmers man.said the firm has agreedto

W., 'N-. ".',:- .1;', r. '. .. a." .. Market Saturday night,' 'mills crease the which Commission doubles the.levied 4.84 pay,all costs in..obtaining ,sion VI PSE of Forestry Program will the DM-hire?, ,. FILTER:CHANGELUBE .,
r. r,' .," i Sept. 13. A barbecued chicken last year. 'city utility service includingan one Forest' Ranger. All
will be' served The proposed millage rate impact fee and cost of applicants for position
r r followed by election of of would be 9.982, an increase of extending utility lines to the must be High School Graduate OO
J. ficers. 5.1 mills. It includes three complex site.Ruckman or equivalent, $2
OFFICIAL BALLOT G.T. Huggins president of mills for operation of Union said, in his unemployed at least 30
the Bradford chapter, said the General Hospital.. opinion it would be necessaryfor days and be a Bradford
C year closed on July 31 with a The commission finance the city to annex areas it County Resident.
FIRST PRIMARY total membership of 647 committee worked on the services outside present Interested applicants General Repair BrakesAir
en families, the largest number budget for well over a month boundaries to have the control please contact the Florida
GENERAL ELECTION ever enrolled. Huggins said whittling down from a $270,000 required under the 201 plan. State Employment Serviceat
there had been a continuous shortage to eventually arriveat Annexation would also mean 209 West Call St. Conditioning Tune-Ups
I increase in Bradford Farm the present budget that the apartment owners would
Starke, Bradford County, Florida Bureau membership each necessitated the. millage increase -' pay city taxes, one coun- For Further Information

SEPTEMBER 9, 1975 year since 1946. cilman pointed out. Phone 964-1092 Mufflers Lawn Mowers


Initials of Is-

suing Official ,

I ---- Vine Ripe 3L

u.I fn"TOMATOES Look a .


-1 = RED GRAPES B k


:IE OFFICIAL.BALLOT "g PLUMS S $100 IT'S UP TO YOU TO, ELECT ( '




=' '\ ,GENERAL FIRST PRIMARY ELECTION I-m |P Regular A Man 'Qualified I '


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Starke, Bradford SEPTEMBER County 9,1975, Florida r 89c To Be Your Chief of Police cal,


To vote arson whose name is printed on tr:| ,E [r'**'.

allot mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT

he of the person for whom you desire to vote.

: CITY CLERK Norman's Farm BlChamber-

Years Vote,for
p Produce Market

kRfuLLEDWARDS HM Then Qualifications
617 N. Temple Avc.9646O71 ,

; Open Man-Sut CJ

CHIEF OF POLICE Professional Qualifications
For Tfrp[ Years' Vote for One Years Experience
Has 15 Certificates From Different Police


To The ,Voters 0 .WithThfStarkt Training Schools _

JESSI>;r: I). BRANSON S ..11.. Department Has 'Florida: !State Teachers Certificate For

Police Training.
II Of The

CHAMBERS ; 1_ NEXT TUESDAY Has Associate Degree In Law Enforcement.:

City Of Starke He Is Now In The Military Police With TheNational

.I" COMMISSIONER ; TO THE POLLS ;
.i ,S GO Guard.
: For Group 2or .. .: I
Two, 'ears Vote for OnM0V I taka this opportunity to say 'Thank You' far I '

returning matothaofflcaofCtyCark unoppoleCl.1 1 find Mark Your Ballot FOP H ManQualified
j jOSEPH'N.
MMY .McRAE surly thank you and shall nav.r betray JOUr trllSt.1ft! '

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together and maka our City a batter.placa to llva. .

Jinny Bowen POP
,COMMISSIONER ".' ;... thanks 'Again. i i'or

For Group ';Jesse D. Branson

.Y'wears ; ., : .;for oast Merrill Edwards POIICSON I'Vo


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Piggly Wiggly Enriched ,
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BREAD B 20 Oz. Loaf \ .'
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I HEAVY WEIGHT BABY BEEF

Piggly Wiggly' Sunnyland Smoked CHUCK ROAST 78* $ ..
PUDM Cream Style Or Whole Kernal 3 FOR .' LB.
UUHH 303 Can -a-; \ VIENNA SAUSAGE 3 3Banquet FOR
$ .
Piggly'Wiggly,Cut '.4 'l $SIRLOIN I STEAK $148LB.
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GREEN BEANS 303Can "s SHOULDER[ ROAST OOc 0\ ,41
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Piggly WigglyAPPLESAUCE POT PIES 4
4 e1 Turkey 8 Oz.
CHUCK STEAK 88C
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Piggly Wiggly __ % T-BONE STEAK $$158 Piggly Wiggly,
3 LB. .
FRUIT COCKTAIL 303Can SWEET PEAS 17 Oz. Can 3

9 I RIB STEAK $$128 IL LB.. Johnson ft Johnson Baby. .
PRMPERS DISPOSABLE *
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.. 44 C :{ 3 l PLANWISELV.' .BIBS $179 F Fried With __________
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$ % Pot.Salad,
Time as well as money is 8t,8 a premium nowadays." BEEF RAVIOLI l&
0 ... You can save both by planninqwiIy.n Keep in mind,for '1 '
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School's Open or instance t that small 11 p portions of!meat cook faster! Round &Rolls
-. iii'' -- steak,cut into thin slices,braises much time than STUFFED CABBAGEiiqWirHid $$139
\ Watch Out For Children C Jwcifatlett_ when cooked whole. You can reduce!the cooking g time'' ...' .
APPLES L 7 9 of! a beef arm pot roastby cutting it intoserving, size ,. Choice Of Two J .$
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ObituariesBHPendarvi

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William E. (Bill) Pen-
darvis 57, of Lawtey, died
Saturday, Aug. 30, in the
Veterans Hospital at :
Gainesville. A native of jj
Macclenny, he lived most of PAK 0
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his life in Lawtey, and was a je v PAPERE 3@4 LfA
LIMIT
member of the Highland i1NA0 e _
Church. He was a 1 '
Baptist VACUUM
Navy veteran of World War II, D/Pth/ GALA A/i/ UMIi BOTTLE ONE AND LUNCN
and a retired heavy equipment 25 CT LIMIT ONEALKASELTZER
Service.operator with the Civil SAN-TAN FAMILY NAPKINS 77 BB

Surviving are his wife, Iris SUNTAN LOTION REG. 55M60CT =
Norman Pendarvis, Lawtey; _
two sons, Fred and Frank ,
Pendarvis, and one daughter, .. _
Deloris Pendarvis, all of 99 llOYD'S 37 KEY .- I
#
333
Lawtey; and two grandchildren -
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Funeral services were heldat 5. SCIENTIFIC CA1CU1A; 9.99 3999 ..o
11 a.m. Monday in the
Highland Baptist Church with
VINYL
Rev. George Chism of OR CANVAS IN }
ASSTD
ficiating. Interment was in FLUSHABLE, MOISTENED I COLD RSA
Branch with Doit YOURSELF INCH B
Long Cemetery INDER r
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral I 99 C

Home in charge. 4":., e PAK OF 50WIPE'n LIMIT PEST ASSORTED 2 ,' "

Cecil Smith, 57 "E SIZES AND COLORS
CONTROL '
DIPS RUBBER :
Cecil L. Smith, 57, of Santa lANDS R E 39. 27 c
Fe Lake, Keystone Heights, "" .
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died Wednesday morning, JI 4'/j OZ. REGULAR "t 200CT.
Aug. 27, in the Jacksonville A PAPER r
Naval Air Station Hospital II' FLEET T TYPING ;
following a long illness. PAPER C
Born in McRae, Georgia on ENEMALIMIT '. .77
.
Feb. 13. 1918, Mr. Smith was a .1.t .
Navy veteran of WW-2 and the + CHISEL-SHAPED f
Korean War. He was a STAN
member of the Oak Crest # r= j CUSHION-SOFT INSOLES CAP ERASERSL ARD : /
Methodist Church in C '
Jacksonville. Mr.Smith was a .G.. ENC/lS24 :. : /
JOHNSON'SODOREATERS I
retired mechanic .from the LIMIT ASSORTED
Naval Air Reworks Facility o ONE 79 [. CO lORS REG 98"100Z.REd.3.95 '
under the Civil Service ? PAP A
RMATE
program. PENS C
3"
Survivors include his wife, BUG IlK 50
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Helen C.Smith Cecil +" .
; one son: 13OZ. -REG. 4.95
C Smith of Jacksonville; two ti Y1' 60 MINUTE REG. HAMILTON BEACH lUG IlK 4" 100 CT REG 79" e
Mrs. Debbie L. 49
daughters: }
Henke of Albuquerque, New CERTRON CASSETTE '"FREE" USE OFPROFESSIONAL COMPOSIriON e $

Smith Mexico,of and Keystone Miss Jackie Heights Ann; a RECORDING TAPE SLOW SPRAYER lOOK . .5 9 C e, ...- y

one brother: Ester D. Smithof % }. Aqf FILLED :+
: FLAVOR HOUSE t OZ.UNCHID ORGANIZE : : + }
Atlanta. Ga.; one sister: :;:?; COOKER R N OTEB00 K ,., r > :'
Mrs. Mrs. Dovie Clements of }}{; o o rHI ORG REG. 2.99 YvwI
Tampa and one grandson. 3 PEANUTS ANIZER 66 sti:: ; :
Services were held Friday Glass Lined I . I s
from the DRY ROASTED r s+ ? I
afternoon. Aug. 29 Model 442 I
1 WIDE'
REG. 67' MOUTH
graveside in Keystone Heights
Cemetery with Chaplain Jack
Rogers officiating. Full rHfRMOSSNACK I
military rites were conferred. JAR .llc
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DeWitt C. Jones Funeral .
Home of Keystone Heightswas
in charge of


arrangements.Ronnie Dekle 71 Lv L s { S}{,'ti$ .. 'ti }{,'S{{.;
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f s{ { {.k :;:},::}5;}

STARKE Charles W. v ;x : 1 TAN & BEIGE .' 5 GRAIN -. GOLDEN- {a::!
Knight. 61, died Sunday at the fresh {
0' :? U.S.P. ?l ,
STAY- }: TIP :
Veterans Administration Hos- 4 / SHEER ; Too

pital nesday Funeral in Gainesville.at services 11 a.m.were in Wed-the FREE PANTYHOSE lovelyLIP %'[ Prs 100 CT.ASPIRIN. L : ,TEABAGS 100 BRAND CT. %''f

Chapel of Archer Funerl MAXI- COLOR :=
I .
Home in' Lake Butler. The ) r_ TEA BAGS'
Rev. Alvjn Lane officiated. BGXOF.,2t, PADS I BY MAYBEUINE
Burial was in Old Providence LIMIT ONEI .. I "' i r ASSORTED SHADES *a LIMIT

Cemetery Survivors:* include his wife, LIMIT

Mrs. Reba Knight, Starke; '
ONEk
two sons, Brevard W. Knight, 1CC flC
Doctors' Inlet, and Earl J.
Knight. Charlotte N.C.; three
stepsons, James Sauls, Ft. I },, l? rf {':
Belvoir, Va., Malcolm Lee :?} f, : ,
Sauls.St. Augustine,and Leon :.}::5....r.. :.. .. !} :%r:...? ::9.; r..k.}}{ .wrv. L'{::S::,,::.:.r.?..:i..:..::.5. ..5.. ..}.r. ...: .i::: .....,',r:::::::::.::.:,:.:.:.:.:.........r........,.,...?..r....;.;....,;}.:.:,}r::}.v.,K;,..rS......
Edward Sauls Lake City; one {.;,rrLV.vS : Jrvi'vivrrxrir }C r YJt:4y y. 'vPC x txv r}
step daughter, Mrs. Louise
Gnffis Starke; two brothers, 22-.CUT NORELCO ASSORTED '
Andy Knight Icard. N.C.; and SELF-PROPELLED loSTYLESnTslzE SOUTHBEND 730 A '
Therman Knight. North Carolina .:;., WASTEBASKETS
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; two sisters, Mrs. Ruth LAWN MOWER 8CUPCOFFEE REEL & RODCOMBINATION ,
Mulhs, Charlotte N.C., and '
Mrs. Mary Lee Spoon, Clover, : %:

SC.two;great nine grandchildren.grandchildren and MAKER WITH B-Foot fan 1INC taper rod two 1 28r

pleer fiberglau construcUO k' I
Charles Knight,61LULU L Rrrl ha multiple dire draq 1

Arthur Romie ii REG. ;!; ivitem.Yds 10-lb.Line mono.CATFISH capacity. I

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REG 15.98
Dekle 71, died Friday, Aug. ;;};' REG 12499G -
29.at his home after an apparent '' Y 3Y, H P REG. 27.99
heart attack. : & 5130
Funeral services were Mon. : STRATTON SWIM MASK
:{':: MOTOR
day at 10 a.m. in the chapel of DRIP FILTER COFFEEMAKER MAKES LADIES REG 1"
Archer Funeral Home in Lake ? UP TO 8 CUPS SAFETY GLASS CONTAINER 'ADJUSTABLE STRAP

haney Butler.officiated.The Rev. Leon Burial McEl-was ? BLACK ft DECKER I HALTERS 4 4 REG, 9 9

in Dekle Cemetery in Lake ELICTRIC !
GENERAL ELECTRIC r.ft
Butler. : ASSORTED SIZES ;
Born in Lake Butler, Dekle LAWNMOWER AND COLORS x1009 1
had lived in Lulu for the past r TOAST-R-OVEN
eight years. He was a Shriner : '
and a member of the Advent .; IT TOASTS, TOP h:
Christian Church of Lulu. He }} BROWNS BAKES FOLDING REG.
was a long distance trucker isfi .f 2.ss 99 .. }' i
until his retirement,and was a 68" ... WATER JUG . .' ?K :. b' S
member of the Freight
Drivers Local Union No. 557. Br0 8999 RV : I prink with E f of
REG ovary
He is survived roll
by one
daughter, Mrs. Jean D. Bra- 5 WITH 19' MOWER 3188z$ P LD fr t bla 0COOr/ Or'r'
GRASS KODAK AX15R2
shear;, Melbourne; two %{i CATCHER ;> S S pd:
sisters, Mrs. Ruby Bethea and r rr E y and
Mrs. Margaret Boner, both of *;3- CAMERA OUTFIT P Tesc p F d TODAY
Lake Butler: one brother, rP{';, GASOLINELAWN ,REG. w MODEL qualit Y P Tic AND VERYDAY
Nelson Dekle. Lake City; 34.99 TUB low
r OUTFIT CONTAINS sow,
three grandchildren and one I {# EDGER X CAMERA a t I.o
great grandchild. 'l' HEAT SEAL EXPOSURE LLEN Fihln
DAZEY ACTION LETS YOU .Rf FILM, MAGICUBE

Mrs.D.O. Oliver % 8 COOK KEEP LEFTOVERS AHEAD ,.i: I ,r, your When drV you lo p1e4 op'
798 SEAL A MEAL Prd Rim
REG 12 99 I '' iG eo d Prink
Mrs. David D. Oliver M. of ) I r I REG 18.99 rollr of Kodacolor Iwo
Boca Raton, died Tuesday, or
Aug. 26 in North Broward REG 9997 'flfi GF /Orcf ondWAllorlm r
Hospital. fr' 2 H P BRIGGS 9ular prlp
? oonr"
She was born in Starke on &MOTOR STRATTON 10. O H pNEI AND EVERYDAY
April 14. 1891 and is ? DEPTH ft QVER
remembered here as Eugene THROTTLECONTROL I MpNI
(Gene) Bessent. daughter of LAST
the late Mr. and Mrs W.A. I
Bessent. She moved lu Fort I
Lauderdale in 1911 to teach
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school, and was married one .
year later to D.D. Oliver, one .
of the founders of' the DIAMOND. 4 LE4 I IcKERD RUBBING I
Penisular Supply Co. In Fort .
Lauderdale.In EPSOM SALT MILK BATH p.ms TEST-6-GONE
1967 Mrs.Oliver moved to .
Boca Raton to live with her ..
daughter.She Yr.W I
was a member of the I INDOOR- I I t
4
Lauderdale Surviving Yacht are Club. two QT. OUTDOOR 14 ;

daughters, Mrs. Frances I I REG. SALE PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY! e
Frank. Boca Raton. and Mrs. 1

Martha Thistlewaite La. of 1.99 DAILY 9-9 SUNDAY 9-6 7 Q--O PODD r.JI 1 O Q t
Opelousas.
LIMIT 1 WITP COUPON LIMIT 1 WITH COUPON HURRY', ? SOME ITEMS -
Funeral services were held LIMIT E WITH COUPON 1 .
THRU 9/6 THRU "/
at 11 a.m. Friday at Fannln tHRu9/e LIMITED SUPPLY! 831 S. Walnut Starker. Fla
Funeral Home in Fort t 1 l l '
Lauderdale. with interment In

Evergreen Cemetery. I I

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NewsELIZABETH GIVENS'WALKER t 1 i G Y Q Q tCOUPON aQ Q&lQc.Q QaQ Q.ur [Qt cQ.;tQtQt.a Q. SAVE w Ty

0000 "PUM' 4 WHIU 5IPTIMSIS 10 -- COUPON OOOO SIFTIMMI 4 THRU SIPtlMMR !
HICKORY tWIIT v PIPPIRIDOI.ARMS

Carnation The regular CLUB Social meeting NEWS Savings of Club the SLICED 89 ASSOKTID :::;:: tL

will be held \ LAYERi1 95
Monday Sept. 8, 1lB.PICO. sii
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James at 8 p.m.Prince.at the All home membersare of Mrs. BACON : 3.I CAKES CAKI?- '

asked to attend this Important -
meeting. WITH THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 70' THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 50C P:::
WITH THI r-UHCHAM OP l-t..PKO.HICKORY SWIIT LUCID BACON .... ...
......... WITM THI fUlCHAM O' '7. PIPPI.ID01ARMS AftORTIDlTI ,
SOCIAL NEWS AT ON THIS PASS AND PUHCHAM O$7.50 r
CAKI AT ADORIIt
ON 'NI. PASS A A TOTAL FUHCHAtl : I
Bradford County schools OB MOM IXCi. CIOAIITTII. LIMIT.1 P1IA1I.m OB .
OP $7.iO MOM IXCIUOINO LIMIT ONI PlIAtl. I.

started Tuesday,youngsters, Sept.their 2,fall entering with terms manyeager for () )WU ra. fB: ) W )ib) W) )@ W "()W Q ) 1:, ) L

the first time. Everyone is
looking forward to a suc- PRICES GOOD SEPT. 4 THRU SEPT. 10 1 D Eru .tQ&tM 1 r ti
cessful
term. BEEF pEOP '
COUPON GOOD SIPTIMBIB* THRU SIPTIMMB 10

Greater CHURCH Bethlehem NEWS J 50c OFF REGULARPRICE Quantity Rights
Freewill Baptist Church, -E1R1w-MIRY g Reserved
Rev. Jasper Williams pastor. 1
Activities ON THE PURCHASE O-::: WINN DIXIE STORES INC. Iy I
began
Monday with
J + COPYRIOH-.19I'3
The Tiny Tots and Ushers 5-lB. BAG
Board No. 3 meeting.Tuesday THRirrr MAID OR DIXIE CRYSTALSUGAR
night Prayer Meeting. CLIP THESE COUPONS
Wednesday night, Senior 'DETERGENTKING = .
Choir rehearsal. Thursday i
night, Ladies Circle. WITH 7.1O OB MOM PURCHAMIXC4UOINO D
Friday
SIZE
night the Senior CIOABITTII ADDMI1H1ISTID $170
Choir will
ON THIS PABI. LIMN ONI P11Ail AND SAVE

Baptist render service Church in at Gainesville.Spring Hill W() W() M() )Wu ,',

Sunday is pastoral Day, TIDESAVE .. 'I(
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starting with Sunday School at
9:30.: Morning Worship at 11.
/ Evening Service, 6 p.m. LAND SUNSHINE (Limit 2 with$7.50 or mor.purchai*excluding' eigar.tf.t' ) '
Dinner will be served Sundayat 1 LB. p :
12:30.: 58 PKG.QTRS..
First 'Born 'Church of the 61 $ BUTTER ( .) 78C TER
Living. God Elder S.V. 6 V
I
Cohens, pastor. The Gospel
Five Spiritual Singers of
Daytona Beach will present a
on September 21 at 3
program
p.m. Everyone is invited to 84-or. BLEACH GAL,. 58c'I
attend. The cooperation of PKG. JUG
each member Is needed in the .
selling activity carried on at
the church starting at noon
each Saturday. Prayer Limit 1 with$7.50 or mor.purchas..Kcluding cigarettesMAXWI11
Meeting each Tuesday,8 p.m. /
Friday night, Terry service. SOFTENER. 99CSUPERBRAND
Second and fourth Sundays HOUSE JUG
Pastoral Day with regularservices .
f on first and third COFFEESAVE a
Sunday for Home Missions. GRAD 'A' FRESH FLORIDA ALL WHITE
{ y Deaconess Zephaniah Strong, 1 0

secretary.New Btthel Baptist x Church, 31e LARGE EGGS. DOZ.59c o n

'd Wednesday Rev. Leroy night Davis Prayer pastor. 1{

Meeting and Bible Class
combined. Sunday School, 10

a.m.Rev.ETbcnezer Leroy Baptist Davis Church pastor., 6 8'Limit WeD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF fl t,

Tuesday Meeting and night Bible, Prayer Study. BONELESS BOTTOM '' I

Church School, 9:30 a.m.; I-LB.
Morning Worship at 11; BAG food Stamp s
Evening Service, 6:30. ROUNDROAST' '
Mt. Morlah and Pleasant uanol xe
Grove United Church Parish,
ReyWillie .Stitt pastor. .. .
1 with$7.500'more purchat*excluding cigarettes w i'
Services begin at Mt. Moriah II .
with Church School at 10 a.m. '"
Communion Service, 11 a.m.
Services begin at Pleasant THOMPSONSEEDLESS
Grove with Church School at ,.,,,.
,
10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 :i '
a.m. Communion Service, 4 GRAPES SAVE "
p.m.Wednesday night Prayer
Meeting Thursday night : D
Bible Class. Choir rehearsal W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
each first and third Wed- BONELESS BOTTOM

nesday New Hope night.Baptist Church, 70fs129 ROUNDSTEAK G A
Rev. L.W. Mosely pastor. H
Church School, 10 a.m.
Morning service Worship 4pm.Mt. at .11. Afternoon 2 79c

Rev..;'B.J.Plsgah Franklin AME Church pastor., SAVE $139.---------------.

Church School. 10 a.m. LBS. 81c I

p.m.Communion, 11 a.m. and. 4 La. LB. .I a,. 1

Greater Allen Chapel AME SAVE Ale Ib. BRAND USDA CHOICE BONELESS FULL CUTRound I
Church, Rev. R.G. Heastie FOX DE LUXE HAMBURGER, SAUSAGE,. OR CHEESE XW-D I

each pastor.Friday Love, 8 Feast p.m. Service Sunday 14 a= Steak $168 I W.D BRAND USDA CHOICI BIIF 1
Services begin with Church Pizza PIZZA 79CMORTON LB' (SAVE 41c lb.) .
School, 10 a.m. Communion, t . I RUMP ROAST'I
11 a.m. and 5:30: p.m. '
,The Baby Contest will close SAVE 31c lb. W-O BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF I (SAVE Sic lb.) .
Sunday,Sept. 14,at 3 p.m. All CHICKEN BlIOR TURKEY EYE OF ROUND ROAST
members are asked to
cooperate with this activity.ANNOUNCEMENT POT PIES Chuck Roast LB.98c, I CUBED(SAVE 31c STEAKSAVE Ib) I.


SAVE 70c "I Ib. W-D'BRAND USDA CHOICE BONE-IN NEW YORK I I

Sr.Mr.;of and Lawtey Mrs.,Robert announce Austin that, 11 $ 88 i iLB.

their son, Robert Austin, Jr., 11L Strip Steaks. $199 1 1SAVE i s I
has been called to the ministryand .
will deliver his first _=_
sermon at 3 pm. Sunday, a-OZ. 21c lb. W-D BRAND SMOKED (WATER ADDED) WHOLe I
,
Sept. 7 at Philadelphia PUS

The Baptist public Church is invited in Lawtey.to come Shoulder' Picnic 78c I LB I ,1 I

out and witness e this event." NEW CROP BARTIETTPears LB. l-: __I


PINE LEVEL .8.FOR 79C* ( )

MPTSLiIURCH[ .

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CfUO BAGCarrots JAR 69

$151 Ifa 17C .
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JUMBO CHOCOLATE,, VANILLA, OR FUDGE ROYAL

Training.Sundt', 10 Morning a.m.I; Sunday Bible Celery : . 2 L-49 ICE HALF 69c

Morning Worship Service, 11 CRIAM COIN 01 MILK .. GAL,

Training a.m.; Sunday, 6 Evening. .' Sunday Bible Niblets_ Corn :'.,.39 . . .. .

Evening.. Worship. service: 7 .
p.m. aims ITS urnsEars THRIFTY MAID (LESS JHAN 17c,A,QUART)

Wednesday Evening Worship of Corn. 69 $'
Service 7:30: p.m. .. ., 0 POWDERED MILKU.S. 20-QT.SIZE Q29

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Piston Roman Alvarez SUriRBRANO WHWMB
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Youth Pastor:. Gary Wheeler
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ANY SIZE .1
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local service have
0 telephone
I HOLSUM I A necessitated new calling pro-
I PEANUT>> BUTTER I cedures for those in the
Starke, Kingsley Lake, and
mil 400z 99 I Lawtey telephone exchanges,
I I JAR I effective midnight Aug. 30,
'1 T IS :rm'UA.1D' U8 R FAlrl"lorl1oT U according to Florida State
...I ....__ R1F\SB8i\\ Ac PJi 6ut'rs! n'c b, ___.I Telephone Co.
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dialing long distance more
ANY
i II convenient, and will make
billing and operator service
BEEF ROAST'I faster,a company spokesmansaid.
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Under the new system:
L-_AL---------------------J! : 1. The operator will no
longer ask for your telephone
-----------------------M, number when you dial long
DINNERS distance direct from a single
BANQUET FROZEN I line telephone.

a I TURKEY-CHICKEN-CHOPPED II 2. Local directory assis
BEEF3./JI
,Hoc laneecan be reached direct by
I I dialing 411 There is no
I !f1ii81i mt'J <<8 8f&gdt& oll.loT u I charge for this service.

L------------------------ 3. You can now dial your
own person-to-person, collect
and credit card calls by dial-
BonusBuy BonusBuy BonusBuy BonusBuy i ing"0" (Operator) then dial-
ing the area code (if not 904))
then the number you wish to
SAVE SAVE SAVE reach.The operator will comeon
BONELESS BEEF FIRM RIPE the line when you are
LOTS orCHICKEN BONELESS BEEF finished dialing and assist in
completion of the call.
CAoRFT6ON TOMATOES
CHUCK POTROAST You may still dial "0" for
the operator in an emergencyor
STEAKSOR ICEBURGLHAERAGCE Mince for, other special assis-

) WINGS :l NECKS GIBLBT PKGS The repair center and the
) BREAST QUARTERS WITH BACKS LETTUCE
ROAST business office still be
I I.EG QUARTERS WITH BACKS may
reached at no charge by dial-
FLORIDA ing the numbers listed on page
PREMIUM 00 one of the telephone directory.,
U.S GOV T
U.S. GOVT. GRADE OR
INSPECTED GEORGIASHIPPE INSPECTEDCORN YOUR Ceramics Classes
FED
CORN FED LB D CHOICE Resume Tonight,


BonusBuy BonusBuy BonusBuy BonusBuy BonusBuy: BonusBuy BonusBuy: I Starke Ceramics Recreation classes Depart of the

loW( loW( ment will resume tonight
PANTRY PRIDE 10' WEDGES OF MILD 3O' Pantry Pride 20' f Pantry Pride 20' FRESHLY 2' THOMPSON 10' LARGE WESTERN (Thursday, September 4)) at

CANNEDBISCUITS DAISY SLICEDBOLOGNA' I SKINLESS I; GROUND SEEDLESS .CANTALOUPES the held Old each Armory.Monday Sessions and are

h CHEESE I FRANKS BEEF GRAPES and Thursday Wednesday nights, mornings 7-10 p.m.,


PACK 49c RANDOM $19 I6o. 89c 12ei 69c 39 I 3/l 9a.m.-nooa The classes are conductedby i,
OF 4 WEIGHT Lt PKG. PRO.Tlu A ovlR Mrs. Lillie Ann Johns. I
There are no registration fees
and the only cost would be for
Quality f U P f 1* EveryDayLowPrice TH*Quality Fwxl Pnefe EveryDayLowPrice Ik*Quality Fowl Profit, BonusBuy BonusBuyU.S. the materials used.

PACKER LABEL -!' 10' 20' PANTRY PRIDE IS' LOW CALORIE MOUNTAIN CROWN IA I'0, BROOKERIN

CUT GREEN SANDWICH MAYON- DOGFOOD PFEIFFERDRESSING BARTLETTPEARS NO. 1POTATOES BRIEFBy

BEANS BAGS E31NAISE
ASSORTED HAVORSjst Jeannette Prescott

5/sl 39 4/I 3$1 Arley Luke was admitted'
North Florida Regional'
Hospital in Gainesville on
COMPARE EVERYDAY..YOU SAVE I COMPARE OUR EVERYDAY YOU SAVE August 27. We wish him "a
PRICES! -- UP TO LOW f RICES! UP TOO speedy Mr. recovery.and Mrs. Zedra

'. 18 PKC. I STARKE'S j f Hamilton visited Mr.and Mrs.
O scar Mayer Weiners $119 20' FOOD ; Crew"m'eCheese 39 -' Seeber week.Edwards in Tampalast

i LOW-W--W I Mrs. Eva Harrell'was a
QUICK FROZEN 1 TO 3 LI PK6.
SIGNAL BRAND ; recent visitor of Mrs. KateWilliams'
89\\ .49 '* in Worthington
Pork Roll Sausage IB 20'I FOOD i Dressed Whiting Springs.

I I Ray Bishop,of Mobile,Ala
FAIRSUPERMARKETS PANTRY PRIDE I LB CUP visited his aunt, Mrs. PearMarkey
lANO.O-FROST ASSORTED Tat PK6. I PRICES I 59 10' last week, and while
Chipped Meats 49 I CottageCO Cheese here they visited their
@ 320 SOUTHI cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Leino,
I QUfCK FROZEN LIS t OVER in Gainesville.
INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED SLICES 12 DI. *
WALNUT ST. I 83 '6' Sympathy is extended to the
American Cheese .1 oil 10' ; I Ocean Perch, Fillets I t u family Gainesville of Mrs., Bessie in their Crosbyof loss.

She was the widow of the late

1 1 1 Featt Peopte I J The, QuolUq I Food Peopfo 1 EveryDayLowPriceMOTTS / / 1 / I I r I Dedan and Rob Crosby.interment Cemetery Funeral were on services held Wednesday at

SAVE Aug. 27. Local survivors -
SAVE SAVE SAVE include a brotherinlaw -

26D ROSEDALE 56{ SWEET SUEChicken 60 FYNE TASTE 20{ Eugene,Crosby.


APPLESAUCE SWEET & STRAWBERRYPRESERVES I, HAMPTON'AREA


PEAS Dumplings NEWSby

Josephine Fontaine

2 ELECTION COMING
4
16oz 89 Don't forget to vote in the
City Election on September 9.
35oz CAN 24oz LB JAR Mrs.Iris Hart is running for
City Clerk. She has lived in
Hampton for over five years,
COMPARE OUftEVERVDAV' YOU SAVE COMPARE OUR EVERYDAY YOU SAVE I OUN YOU SAVE has a high school education,
LOW PRICES! UP TO J LOW PRICES! UP TO COMPARE LOW PIKES! UP TO and 16 years experience in
bookkeeping and secretarial

Roach & Ant Bomb TNT. 99C 10' Pantry Pride ''OlivesJ; 55C 4' 1 i Latex Groves ALA RA Qe'MEDIUM / yC ,' work.FRIENDS It. NEIGHBORSA


Sliced Carrots PANTRY 1601 PRIDE. 4/M 18' 'Taco Casserole' 25c 5c sc.rMe; !" 79* 4' pantrypride Spinach;: /z5/95C/ 12 home recently family of Mr.in Gainesville reunion and Mrs.was Wayne at held the


Mashed Potatoes;.::.:T39t: 4' Pantry Pride Wipes to'49t: 4' I Greens COLLAROS UIKTABn. TURNIP FROZEN&100 495tS'/ Sparkman.Dennison included Mr., Those Mr.and Mrs.and attending Avery Mrs.


Lime Detergent PANTRY 321 PRIDE 58ttI, I Pantry Pride Cups;, : --79tTO' i EconomyDinners:: PROZ.ASS'T tl A 2/89/ Clifford Marcelene Marklee Prevatt Norman.Campbell, and, Mrs.Mrs.and


Coffee Filters PURE Del BREW 59C 10' j Foam Cups POLY BAOSOcI 59 t 4' Lambrect Pizza FROZENRIOHTS 120S 77t 26' celebrated family.Mr.. and their Mrs.20th wedding Prevatt

EVERYDAY{LOW PRICES GOOD SEVEN DAYS A WEEK BONUS BUYS GOOD THRU SEPYEM.E010.1515.QUAN\ITV RESERVED. anniversary on August 29.

EveryDayLowPrke E1 TK*(I Wn>
$ Waldo.
ELEGANT GOLDEN JOHNSONS '
Party Flake C PANTRY PRIDE
Pantry Pride PINK LIQUIDDETERGENT LEMON CHURCH NEWS
BABY TYLENOL BROWN H SERVEDROLLS SUB The Fishermen's Singing
Tea Bags JUICE Group will be heard at the
OIL TABLETS ROLLS Hampton Christian Church in
the morning service on
fl.29 September 7. Following the
3/l 3lSAVE
r, service a covered dish dinner
will be held in the city hall.

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: ;:: RECREATION
The regular
meeting of
,GAINES SAVE DEPENDO "- Hampton Senior Citizens Club
: : I : r will>
held
( PACKIRUIIL PAan > Friday Sept. 5.
I CHEESEBURGERS f f72oz BOWL CLEANER! BANQUE I,LEMONADEower! :" Craft Class Wednesday meets at'Afternoon the city

, PACKAGE I I 12oz' POT PIE hall from J:30: to 4:30.: Anyone
r $ or LIMEADE, SPECIAL interested Is,welcome to at
I TuRIlr cNICRlN ltlr
I
f tend.
II PANTRY wITN'nUecQUPOILCIOOoo"LYAT PRIDE.. tt 0/4 STORES THRU | I CASH WITH PANTRY THIS Pilot COUPON.A Old GOOD aTP RISES ONLY THRU AT P.01111 tIoz 6f'l 2 88 Please' phone 'your'''news

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CARL WOOD ",.,011-/- ..,..' 1I aY 117 W..Call St. C iJBijJ( 1Q$ Baldwin ,!


INTERIORS i INCOWNED q/Je 964.7520for WiJ( (]( WiJ( (][$ Chevrolet Olds


OPERATED) BY 301 E. Call St. 964.6163
z I ;
ROBERT L MTCHTOJ I. ; HEADQUARTERS'FORE '

AND n L We Service All CYLTRUCKS
cm L JOHNS !

Carpet Special : -' : Makes

GIRLS & BOYS fv
3/8" Padding $ 95 & Models We Have Some With
Installed 6 Boys & MensSHOES One ShelfSHOES
Sq. Yd. Standard Trans

HAVE YOU HESITATED? Sewing Machines
Have you been hesitant about purchasing: carpet Up To $1499 Up To Now And Some With :
because you have beautiful hardwood floors?Don't be. 2100 4 21MTENNIS $
Auto Trans.
Properly installed carpet will not mar the finish of Broken Sizes 10 & Vacuum CleanersVACUUM ,
your floors and you can always make the switch backto Broken Sizes
hardwood if you tire of carpets. Little Boys Most All Colors And
But we seriously doubt that you will want to switch
after trying carpet in your home. Carpet is so luxurious SHOES $4991 $600Were BAGS 19cPK. Body Styles
,,
,and plush that it makes you feel like a millionaire r
even if you aren't. And even more important is the;: *9 Broken Sizes Plastic
fact that carpets are so easily cleaned. Just vacuum Special $349
weekly and clean with a foam cleaner about every six VACUUM HOSESewing S..UTDday
Ladies Summer
months. Little Girls 4 4s

Why don't you make the change to carpet today? Straw Machine
Come in and look over our vast selection of colorful SHORTSPOCKET :

carpets.Come On In,We're Open 8 TII 5 Monday. Thru FridaySat8.12 &TOPS adjusted This Week $349
'.
BOOKS
964-5242 Size 2-14 QUAKER STATE & ps.ern ns.klrpSTARKE


384 N. TEMPLI' 25 % Offz Off KENDAL OIL 65cQT.. "Soon.or Later Your FLORIDA'_olt.Dtoln"


Real Pit Bar-B-Que L I r Starke? Builder's


1 .. r, Supplier Inc. J:

*Sonny'sFAT k 219 E.Washington St 964-5270 t tj

(Where Your Business Is Appreciated r rf.

BOY ..' :L*__ And Valued) (i'


BAR-B-Q Pre-Hung Door .

JJ I
Chickens Units
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'-Beef : FINGER JOINTS .

Pork 1' ",x 6'8" $2139 I
Ribs
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l a t I 2'0" x 6'8" $2308

Steaks 0 ?. aJuS 8. < S139st
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? -> & Hamburgers .: r. : 'u--I : I y .2'6"x6'8" $254il2f8"x6'8" > '

fc .. $25

& De'Vanes Only Name Brands Sold Q'n"vfi' $9ft39
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Eagle DeVanes began business in Lake City,forty 'chandise [Farah Arrow & Van Heusen], fine suits 2O% Discount on All PVC
Dining Room Or Take-out Service five years ago.They branched to Starke 17 years ago; sports clothes shoes by Thom McAnn and ac _
Clip This Ad For 50 Discount On opening In what is now Mallards 5&10 Store. They I cessories. Assisting Ray in the men's side is Alice Pipe & Pipe Fittings
moved to Ducky's Dept.Store few months later.The, Coleman.
Beef Or Pork Plate Only. business grew and prospered new display space was
Get
Margaret Williams is assistant manager of the PAINT SALE
required. They bought the Barksdale building by the
Limit One Per Customer Per Meal Ladies & Girls Dept. Helping Mrs. Williams is Mrs.
Florida Theatre. Thisremaim their location. TheYf.have
Good At All Stores Augustine Mixon Paula Champion and Marie Lamb as All Paint In Stock
a large mens and boys store in one side and ladies L 20 d Gal
part time. The ladies' side carries all name brand
2700 Waldo Road 3610 S.W. 13th St wear in the other. -:
BUY 1 GAL
Misses Junior and girls wear [Bleaker Street R&M
Gainesville, Florida Gainesville, Florida Ray Stone is overall manager of Eagle De Vanes la\\
Kaufmann Aileen Red Eye Bobby Brooks Toni!Todd
Phone 378-5161 Phone 373.3339 Starke. Ray has a total of 27 years experience in the i; ,&Russ Queen Casuals].They also have cosmetics by REG PRICE i
230 S. Temple clothing business in Starke.He really knows the mens), Prince MatchabeUi. All Items'Listed 2 Price
Starke Florida Phone 964.8840 clothing business. He only carries name brand mer-' Cash & Carry



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ACME Hardware -
For Women --

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Ties or Slip On WedgesReg. [ Now OpenCheck

Large Variety Hardware Competitive Prices

*15" saLE $ 1 077 OurSandwiches

Acme Hardware at 310 E. Call Street owned and '. Since taking over Devricks the Tooles have joined
operated by Edna and Don Toole. The Toolea took ?American Hardware. This gives.Acme the buying I
STAN s BOOTERY over what waa.Devricks Hardware in November.' power of over 4,000 stores enabling them to pass on
Edna and Don came to Starke from Miami they had a the savings to the customer from this quantity buying. .
Sewing and Vacuum Sales business in Miami since :

.TANUKYMINIAM MATMle 1946. _THE BIG CHANGE AT THE NEW ACME HARDWARE .. ,
IS the SEWING MACHINE SALES AND' Pastrami-Cuban's
L. MATMI Salami
: ; They searched throughout the state for location to, REPAIR..Mr.Toole.has a vast amount of experience.in
Shoes and Acnuonri go in business and chose Starke because of the the repair and service part of the business.He.has a Beef
For All th. Family friendly people they met here.The Tooles have a lot of kline of sewing machines and vacuum cleaners that.la of Turkey-Roas't
T experience in the hardware Hue.They have expanded .the best quality and very competitive prfcewtoe
their stock in aD departments,to give the customer an Ice Cream: Hamburgers.,&
STARKE. FLORIDA ample choice of products. They have built full line :
a
Acme Hardware is open six day.:week from 8 "i.\ '
aaot honsewarea department,and aim. carry some automotive -' :30..1bey; have become the place to go for all your _Breakfast (k
101 'Edit. Call Strut. sappUeaVln fact,they have Quaker State oO for'' hardware needs at a price that beats the rest by far. i<.:. .
65e a qt. They also. carry tires;. ,
.Phone (P04)'.. 964-1 JH .. .. t '1401N.: temple! Aye. .. ?.. / ', 1 I
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Badcock's Home Back To School Means

Special 20% ;tI Furnishing Center Of r tsp Y X t41Y1DR..ti.IA Extra


18 Years Of Something ExtraIn ,I 1111111,'x7w?
StarkeHere
Quality And service Off r1*
; Are A Few Of The Name Brand ,,\ (,m \\\\\\\i"\\ "" pensesA
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Terwillegar MotorsAsk MerchandiseWe "'
OnAll PL: .r For F.
Carry in

Clyde YOUR FAVORITE Moms ,\

About The Gifts BRAND NAMES ,

ARE AT BAOCOCK
Used Cars r

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1."J1I HAMIOOM BEACH
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MAVERICK CHEVY .nu. HUNTER:

BankAmericardMaster .! !WIGan! WW Savings Program Is Important
PICK UP '
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Tudor-Radio Charge'Welcome rrra: SVU/ANIA i 11+

Heater Auto Local Owner :'" 1 S' @( )WKtlnghouM' ",.JIi I 9ENEn I.tI m. I. ,h. /.ts.*.t.ff
$1995 A." About Our Savings Programs. .
2895 -
1C.c PHI LCD BroyhillWe
9 to 5:30: Mon-Sat- \ '
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We Have A Plan Especially Designed For You


TERWILLEGARMagkChef \ Carry A Complete Line Of Home 'Community State Bank
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; Call. Bill. Wilson. Furnishing Of Your Come In And Start A Savings Or

964-5289 Special Or Everyday Checking Account Today "
132 E. Calld"o Occasion. .
\ ref D 128 S. Walnut 964-7830 Member FDIC FDI6

;; Starke, Florida: We Have A Full Time Service Department For Appliances Corner Of Madison & Walnut ._u..,._._.........


END OF SUMMER

lull SALE



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.., Li 25" Screen
100% Solid State
e Latest In Fashions At Leila's Gift Shop'
ASLOW Model $C/1* QOO
GX700W O T O
Leila's Gift and Dress Shop,owned and operated by The friendliest salespersons in the world work at Trade
Jim and Sandra Reddish for the last 6 years handlesthe Leila's. They are Ola Mae Sapp, Edith Hutcheson, With
AS latest in fashion wear.You can find the same style Linda Johns, Donna Gruen and Leila Newsome, 12 Mo. Warranty Parts & Labor
womens wear at Leila's as you will in Miami or seamstress.They are great at helping you choose the We Finance Our Own
Atlanta. Sandra hours hours Accounts
spends upon selectingthe particular item that accentuates your personality and
Low Down appropriate styles that will I be popular in Starke looks.
Payment $ 00 for the coming season.She also attends all the shows We Service What We Sell

148 in Atlanta and Tampa. This gives her an opportunityto Leila's also offers a full line of quality China and Friendly Service From
Take Up To inspect the design,fabric quality and appearance of Silver plus many other fine gift items. If you don't
24 MO.To Pay wIt the clothes displayed at Leila's. Sandra prides herself have a particular item in mind for a gift then go toLeila's
in knowing the styles that will be popular in Starke.
and you will find a perfect gift selection for Winklers Electric
Leila's carries a wide assortment of girls and ladies almost all occasions. ,
SHWYERSLHDEHPPLIHNCE
I wear. She has an in-depth selection of jeans, pant
)suits,lingerie sports wear and dresses. For the convenience The former owner, Mrs. Leila Mundy owned and Inc.
operated Leila's for 30 years in the same location.
of her customers she offers Master Charge
332 W Madison P-j.i64 7701 and! Bank Americard. 234 N. Temple 964.7596



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9 9 Each Reg. '22 Doz.

Value| .j

BEAUTIFUL CONBINATION Your u.jEleotrophonio 1

PLANTERS WITH FLOWERS

Reg.8 Value $5" J' '"
Cycle
Reg. MO00 1 Value 7"

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Reg. '1250 Value $999
Speakers
Cash & Carry John Curies, owner of Suzuki of Starke has been Suzuld of Starke handles aD aspects of motorcycles>> ;
associated with the motorcycle industry for many anything from a 75cc to 750cc race,street or dirt bike., 4-361: 200 Watt, I
r, While They last year.He started at the Cycle Spot a Yamaha Shop in A few of the parts and accessories Suzuki of Starke
Sat. Corpus Christie,Texas. Later he attended a factory handle wo Sissy" Ban, luggage racks, handle ban, ,"
Ad Good Thur Fri &
Honda Service School: while working for a Honda Shopin motorcycle tool, Arthur flumer'Helmets! number, 2 CH or 4 CH Am FM Radio 1 I
f Cincinnati Ohio. plates,batteries,golden spectra oil,chain lube motor,
ti JoriJI cross" boot.,jerseys,T-shirts.NGK spark. plugs,tires,, '
i Julia 6 Two years ago John opened hi.shop in Starke To tubes, shoulder pads, face shields and. anything else 8:Track player $39995
t enable him to troubleshoot and repair your bike in a you might need.
professional manner,John attended Suzuki factory.,
I 964-77'11 service school. k John and Steve are prof..IoIuiI'motoreyde' Dmhm.rsDiscount
mechanics,and can work on any motorcycle: manufactured. '
'' Flowvrt Its Beautifully ''' 'Steve John's service .So,if bike needs from
Case mechanic was managerat your anything a tune up
:1 -6''W'224 Temple Ave. another Suzuki Shop for several years before to a major overhaul Starke Suzuki Is the place to go.
: coming to Starke.He also.has attended many service Starke Suzuki's slogan. is"THE CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS
; Starke, Flat schools. NUMBER ONE." ::9 '
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JAMBOREE SET'FRIDA YInexperience



Player Losses Plaguing Tornadoes m Wgrap4SPORTS



STARKE The Bradford Hurse described as'an "out- said this sophomore has lost experience, Hurse said. To Casev, Scott Pooser and
County Tornadoes lost two standing defense man," sey.Marty Russell returned valuable practice work. alleviate the pain, he said the Gerald Simmons. He said
good players this week, and it moved from his noseman after a week absence due to an For the offense, the backsare ,team needs some aggressive
received in doing well,though the line guards from athletes improvement Is evident for
looks as though the team will position to the offensive guard ear injury practiceand among
have to really hustle to get in spot vacated by David God- for dental work. Hurse is showing a definite lack of such,,as Perry Bryan, Lee many however of, the whether young they linemen are,

shape for their first game in ready for the first game
two weeks. JAMBOREE SET FRIDAY against Vanguard depends on
David Godsey, senior offen- a good, concentrated effort
sive guard, moved to Ten and practice for the next week
nessee and probable starter and half.A .
a
Pleased With Performance
senior linebacker Paul Jones 1
Jenkins had to drop due to continued impressive per- From
past physical injuries. formance by Tommy Ed-
Besides the losses, Head wards, only returning letter-
Coach David Hurse said the man from last year's line, will Peddlers
team is having trouble Despite Wet Tiger Scrimmage be counted on heavily for lea- Jackson'sHome
because of an inexperienced dership and aggressive line
offensive line and Inexperience play, Hurse said.Experience Center

of the entire defense. LAKE BUTLER Though performed well, handing off' "even the backup team, Junior defensive tackle back Jimmy Prevatt behind,quarter-tailback
For the defense, Hurse saidit and out Cedric Warren led the 1
rain prevented trying some pitching very ac- especially Tommy
Beaver DeSue, fullback
was having trouble with defense, Jones said followedby I I
game strategies and harmed curately. Whitehead, did well. Jimmy Clark, and offense and
play recognition, though he executing others, the Union "Hazen did all he could "I figure I have two full sets junior defensive end Billy defense man Richard
hoped for familiarity at least County Tigers had a good under the'circumstances. He of backs," Jones said. Williams, junior defensive also make the offense Lashleywill
after the jamboree set for performance in their played with a lot of maturity Jones said the defense was cornerback Glen Kemp, and its feet, Hurse said. stayon
tomorrow (Sept. 5)). scrimmage game last Friday in getting things done," Jones hitting hard. That, coupledwith senior cornerback Jimmy "The offense is working on STARKE.FLA. KEYSTONE HOTS /
"The defensive ends and the night. said.All speed, will be needed to Moblev. passing, but as yet it hasn'tgotten N CHERRY F. HWY IOO a 21
linebackers need to work on "The game went real well," the backs had a good compensate for the team's The Tigers face Willistonand the timing down to be a 4734973Week's k
their play recognition, but I'm Head Coach Jack Jones said, night, Jones said, and added, small size, Jones said. Cross City in a jamboree threat," Hurse said, adding 964-6O78 LF r
sure they will gain from the" adding, "I am overly tomorrow night at 8 p,m. In "Much hard work is still
jamboree Friday .night, pleased" Tiger stadium. Jones said he needed here." j #r4 1
Hurse said. "It rained, so we couldn't do Milton Team Wins and the team are "approaching The Tornadoes meet Santa ,
Other hindrances to the as much as we planned, the jamboree like a game, Fe in the first quarter of the Marc d % >v
defense are changing though," he said. but will use it as a practice for jamboree set at Florida Field ; 0.,.
tices.positions and missed prac- He said both the offense and State Church Title !he first game." In Gainesville for 8 p.m. They Jackson' ::: ; :
Senior Scott Pooser, which defense did outstanding jobs, The opening game is will meet Gainesville High in :;:7dO less
though the offense was racked STARKE Starke team faced Turkey, who had come scheduled for Sept. 12 against the fourth quarter.'
with three fumbles. He said First Methodist was downedin back through the losers West Nassau. Hurse said he is looking for- ,II
senior running back Luke the first round of the Men's bracket. Hickory grabbed the Season tickets are ward to the jamboree,but he's I iA
Smith had a fine running 7.2 available, and last year's not preparing a "do or die" !
State Church Softball Tour- winning position by a : .
FLORIDATHEATRE holders the He said that will This *
game, but fumbled the ball nament held in Starke, Aug.. score. can get same seat strategy.
three times. 22-23. Hickory now goes to the as last year, until Monday, come with the Vanguardgame.
Also on the offense, senior Hickory Hammock of Milton national tournament to be, when the tickets will sell on a For now they'll "play !
quarterback Danny Hazen grabbed the first place spot held in& Marietta, Ga. first come;first served basis. the jamboree by ear." &IiSpecialll4x8 :

from Creek.second place Turkey -

Fri. Sat. Flag Football The Davenport Deacons
beat First Methodist 8-0 in the
Sun. Mon. & Tues.
First
opening game. Sheets Exterior
SlatedIn Methodist lost the second 41 +
League
game to Calvary Baptist of
Palatka by a 20-3() score. This SIDINGPrime
VNIE E Grades 2-1O was First Methodist's first
state bid.Hickory.
Flag Football will be offered Hammock swept up Coated Long Casting!
@ 10.hnKdh." HromWarne ;j 3 AWNne,Com n, '",",tCompany" area by the Starke Recreation games. They opened the i
Department., Registration is tournament by defeating al\ I l 9M DURABLE 9 $999
PLUFWhere now open and forms may be Calvary Baptist of Palatka, J
I'picked up at the Recreation 1110. Hickory hit two home- M
Dinasaurs Department, 8:30: a.m. to 5:30: runs in this game, but had to E. '}
p.m., and at the Pratt Street come up with two more runs in 4 ,I 3 "
Ruled The Earth center The, 3:30: SMALL- 5:30: p.m. FRY the inning bottom to win.of In the the seventh second II IIV / PVC Pipe ((160))

LEAGUE, grades 2-4,' will game, the team defeated St.,
begin practicing Monday Andrews of Panama City by a
301 September 8, at the Pratt 10-3() score. 9cFT.
Street Playground. Sessionswill Hickory met the defending
be held each Monday and champs, Turkey Creek, in the 7
,Wednesday afternoons, 3:30: third game. On a grand slam 2x4 Utility 39c
DRIVE-IN 1,5:00: p.m. by Ronnie Fernigan in the 7th, 7 .
the BANTAM LEAGUE, Hickory was able to slip by (Rain Soaked)
| grades 5-7, will begin sessions Turkey Creek with a 7-3 score.' .HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH"Woeien'o Softball Champions are (l-r):

. s Paramount.frl..Sat.Pictures presents', "'-'Tuesday, September' 9, 3:30: '" 'In the first game of the. ."...First row.Suitip.GrUUs.Jan; &*.rle. Mary 1*'..Y-.1..94". [. lckren., Jackie lI rsey",.. Dora y.2x4,Precut.Stud 99eEa.
.w "IIi*A BRYNA COMPANY PROD TI ;::00 pm.; Pratr-Street fittalslracket Hickory toppedthe Triest, Laura Plckren-; Cheryl OoIIII18.;, -'- -- EA.;
Playground.A Davenport Deacons by.a 87 .Second row-Barbara'Hlnson, Linda Sue Jones, Diane Loper Cherrle Gnann. Helen Mersey,
1 league for the junior boys score. Grace Searle, First Base Coach Mark Mersey, and Manager John Wayne llersey.
I I iftrades 8-10, will be formed In the final and cham-

(.also..__.._.. pionship game Hickory again
Hope Baptist
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BRONStNBREAKOUT 473-3193 / Title

Ladies of the Hope Baptist ouRIt's
Church Softball team slugged
their way to a best two-of-
A COLUMBIA PICTURES REL'EASE three game championship
A P-B/VISTA FEATURE It'YJ Open 7 AM. To 7 PM Monday night, 7-2,.and: 83.

Sun, Mon & Tues Hwy 18 Deadend Road the Game 4th inning one was by highlighted a three run in

Beautiful d Seductive girl: Old Keystone Road play in which Jan Searle
homered, bringing Grace
lay I $ Searle and Tonie Pickren
A Large Variety Green Plants I i from first and second bases to
loose! score. The Hope Baptist team
beautiful for keeps like
Roses Hybred Tea CarnellasAzalea's / scored four more runs in the Cypress
sixth inning,assuring the win.
i [Wrapper* Swinging Baskets "The team did a good job allI :;. t; It's easier to buy like Southern Pine
.IRi Hydrangeas Dish Gardens I I I season In fact, all the ladies' -
INDTh. Caladeums Geranium Colues 1 teams did well. This is the o
Nae ffing first year we've really been
rapt IMiMay Ndre! HAND MADE POTTERY FROM MEXICOMr involved in women's teams,
15tA1pSidtrr. cwwaa and we hope next year to have
,. ft Mrs Grady L. Williamson "
IRi even greater participation,
said Hope Baptist 'coach
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--------------------------;-,"--" --. -------------LAWTEY--,-------------- :: C.rd Of Thanks

Jacksonville Beach, was <.', sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. while
PERSONALSMrs. ; Parsonage they were on .
::s
Monday overnight guest of her
Ben McCulley and her 'Altwater, of 'Jacksonville, vacation
two grandchildren went to sister, Mrs. Hester Hicks. She Saturday night. The By Elizabeth, Terry 0 The congregation enjoyed a CARD OF THANKS Our special thanks to Dr.
visited her brother-in-law and celebration was held at the fish at the church on Adams, Dr.Sundusadee and the
Pensacola to meet their 'family ,went to Tallahasseeand supper With grateful hearts we acknowledge
Wm
Guests of Co!. and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Mrs: :>,
of Bradford County
'Alhambra dinner theatre.Mr. old Labor Day evening. staff
mother, Mrs. Pauline Roden, Wilson for the Labor Day"weekend toured the Capital the many thoughtfuland '
of Shreveport, La., at the Anders Tuesday afternoon. .>and Mrs. Randy Hayes their Building and had lunch with HIGHLAND BAPTIST:, kind deeds of our friends In Hospital
home of her son-in-law and Sympathy of the communityis were dinner guests of their Mrs.Mabel were mother, friends. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. the loss of our loved one. Your _The Family of Mrs. Helen
their
extended to the family and parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Boyette, son- Mrs. Worship Services 11 a.m. and' M. Mersereau
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Scott in-law and Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, expressions of sympathy will
relatives of Bill Pendarvis daughter, Mr. and
I Teslon and family on 7 Prayer Meeting 1tp
Davies. Mrs. Roden spent the who Mrs. George Dreslin and Daisy Boch, and Lynn spent p.m. always be remembered.
weekend, but Mrs. McCulleyand passed away Saturday Saturday evening celebratingMrs. Elizabeth of the week with Mr and Mrs. Wednesday p.m.
morning. Our prayers are Haye's birthday an- Jacksonville; NORTHS!DE BAPTIST
David remained until their son-in-law and Virgil Griffis and family, and :
Monday. David spent about with them. niversary.Mrs. and daughter, Mrs. Maines Griffis and Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor.' LvgaSxNOTICE
two months with the Scotts. The Emory Eunice family, Mae Wells and Miss Major and Mrs. J.F. children, of Pa'latka. ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30:
of Chattanooga Tenn., Dougherty family ,and
Miss Elizabeth Terry Arthurine Blanchard visited p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- NOTICE
Mrs. Irma CHURCH ACTIVITIES
visited her sister, Mrs. CE. returned home after spendinga her sister, Miss Enza Blan- Wilson, of nesday 730; p.m. OF INTENTIONTO Frederick W. Sackett has
Valdosta ...CIIURCII OF GOD
Ga. Their
few days with their parents, son, : Sunday .
I' chard, of Macclenny Tuesday
of Gainesville Bradford
Strickland to the
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice, afternoon. Timmy Wilson, returned from School, 10 a.m. Worship a.m. and 7:30.p.m. Choir REGISTER made Application
( Monday to Friday. Mrs.Miss and other relatives.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyetteand Pennsylvania and Service 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.. Practice 7 p.m.; United FICTITIOUS NAME County Zoning Board for
Strickland brought
I and Mrs. Hermie Kelly family their Washington, D.C. after YPE Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Methodist Fellowship 7:30: Pursuant to Section 865.09Florida reclassification of the property
Terry home. spent Statutes, notice Is described below from OR (Open
spent a few days at their spending two weeks there. EVERGREEN BAPTIST: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. .
vacation with relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil R. that the undersigned Rural) to BR I Retail Sales &Ser
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins hereby given
School Worship
Bedford Lake Cottage this Sunday 10 a.m. and Mrs. Jim Hall
Atkinson,of Homestead, while friends in Columbus Ga., and David, of St. and 7:30 James W. Todd, Sr., vices). Located 6 miles South of
week. Augustine, Services 11 a.m. : visited Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm
Charleston S.C. and in the
enroute home from 2 Box 12-F Starke, Fla., Starke City Limits on Highway
Jeff Torode, of East spent the weekend with their p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- McLaughlin,of Headquarters, Route ,
Philadelphia, Pa., stopped by Palatka, spent the weekend mountains.Art parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl nesday 8 p.m. Jungle Aviation and Radio and James W. Todd, Jr., Route 301 South on right in Section 25
for a visit with their aunt Wilds was a dinner 1, Box 275-B Starke, Florida Township 7 South, Range 21
with his mother, Mrs. Gayle Carter. They visited Mrs. FAITII BAPTIST: Radio Service, near Waxhaw, N.C.
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul .
Miss Arthurine Blanchard, on Todor, and grandparents, Mr. Lock guest Mary Dinkins in Bradford ,Program over WPXE,Starke, They also visited Mr,and Mrs. 32091, doing business under the East. Three lots of Lake Hampton
on Sunday.Mrs.
Tuesday.Mrs. firm name of "J & J AUTO Oaks and one adjoining lot.
and Mrs. Fred Moore. County Hospital.Mr. 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible School 10 Raymond Howell
Marian Hall, ofAsk' Mr. and Mrs. Truman visited. her Bennett sisters Wilkison Mrs. Viola, Sr. .and Mrs. C.K.Cowan, of a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. The crfurch surprised the SERVICE", Rt. 2, Box 12-F, This change in classification' is
,
Norman were Thursday Thompson and Mrs. Juanita Jacksonville, were Saturday and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Halls by remodeling the Starke, Bradford County subject to a public hearing to beheld '
evening dinner guests of their overnight guests of their Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible bathrooms and shower in the Florida 32091, intends to register on Tuesday September 30
Johnson of Jacksonville
on said fictitious name under the 1975at 7:30 P.M. in the County
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl parents, Mr and Mrs. J.F, Study. '|
Prevatt, 'their grandson, Sunday Robertson, and sister, .Mrs. GRACE UNITED provisions of aforesaid statute. Commission room at the Brad-
Joe C. Scarborough and James W. Todd, Sr. and ford County Court House at
Wayne Harper, was their Edith Swinney. On Sunday all METHODIST: Sunday School
-! Saturday dinner guest. children, of Jacksonville, of them and the C.A. North 9:45: a,m. Worship Services 11 James W. Todd, Jr., sole which time all persons interested
of his in-
were Saturday guests
Mr. and Mrs Phil Eunice of owners. shall be heard for or against the
Graham, visited their laws, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Dated this 26th day of proposal, as specified in the

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pearson August, A. D. 1975 at Starke, Zoning Code of Bradford
Mr.and Mrs. E.B. Wells and
Florida. County.
Eunice, Friday night.
Mr.'and Mrs. Virgil Griffis sons of Huntsville, Ala., were 8/28 4tchg 9/18

and Mrs. Maines Wednesday to Saturday -------------- A.R. Kiefer, Chairman
family,
Griffis and children, Mr. and Mae guests Wells.of their Other mother guests, Mrs.for :OPE> HOUSE"Lake IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Bradford County Zoning Board

Mrs. Griffis of Palatka
Charley Denny the evening meal on Wed- EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF .-- -- -
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith FLORIDA IN AND FOR
nesday night were Mrs. NOTICEOF
and family Mrs. Nellie BRADFORD COUNTY
E. Martha Dorko, Mrs. Jackie ELECTION
Wilkinson Mrs. Daisy Boch
Terrell and Kenny, of
and Lynn, and Miss Paula CIVIL ACTION
Gainesville, Mrs. Martie Oaks"Open Charles Schaefer Mayor-
John Krevo, of Jacksonville Hampton 183 I I. ,
Case No.75-
Green, Donna and Art, of Commissioner of the City of
gathered at the home of Mrs.Wilkinson's .
"A careless act can"cause Macclenny, Mrs. Lonnie Starke, Florida, by virtue Of the
son-in-law and In re: The Matter of the
Harley and Mrs.Mattie Miley, vested in law,
me by
another to lose hisaight..bis authority
person and of TAMMY DENISE
daughter, Mr. Mrs. Tom Adoption
of Starke and Miss Arthurine
cal First
For do hereby a Primary
maaculinity..andresult : Whaley and family, on Sunday Blanchard.Col. inspection. PADGETT Election to be held at the Fire

in a law suit for for a family get-together and !. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson Station in the foresaid City by
NOTICE OF SUIT-
$100,000 or more. The meal. went to Cocoa to visit Mr. and I i I
Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sept. Saturday. :00: to 6:00: NO PROPERTYTo qualified voters on
Mrs. Harold last
usual $10,000 personal Boyle, September 9, 1975, A.D., for
Gustafson
of
Green Cove
liability policy is no longer Springs, visited Mr. and Mrs. Thursday night. Friday night 1:00 1 to 6:00 : All Interested Parties the purpose of electing the following -
they were guests of Major Sept. 7 Sunday : : YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat officers:
Can the Carl Prevatt
adequate. Charley on Sunday. General and Mrs. David N.
an action for adoption has
E. Johns Agency: increasemy Emory Eunice visited Mr. Jones. been filed against you and you CITY CLERK -TWO YEARS
and Mrs.
Hansen
Sidney and
ComprehensivePersonal Mrs. Edith Swinney spent CHIEF OF POLICE TWO
are required to serve a copy of
Miss Elizabeth Terry last Sunday night with her son-in- 3 Bedroom 2 Full Baths
Liability to Friday afternoon. Carpet Throughout, your written defenses if any to YEARS
law and daughter, Mr. and it, on the plaintiffs attorney, GROUP 2: ONE COMMIS-.
$100,000..even $1,000,000 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman
and Mrs. C.A. North, of Cent. Heat & Air. Dishwasher, Garbage whose name and address is SIONER TWO YEARS
for just a few dollars more sons Miss Nora Starling, Jacksonville.
GROUP 4 ONE COMMIS-
GEORGE H. PIERCE, Esquire. :
prfmium and sons Mrs.were Darlene weekend Normanand guestsof Michele Lee, of Jackson- Disposal, Landscaped....... This Home Has Attorney at Law, P.O. Drawer SIONER: TWO YEARSINSPECTORS
ville, spent the weekend with Florida 32091 and FOR SAID
1030, Starke. ,
Charley E. their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. her grandparents Mr. and Everything Except Someone To Love file the original with the clerk of ELECTION:
Roy Smith, of Seville.
Mrs. Gene Pearson. .
H i*.-f- *- the above styled court on or LEONA MATHEWS
JOHNS AGENCY Mr. and Mrs. James Buford Higginbotham of before Sept. 15, 1975, otherwisea CLARA F. COLSON
Bowman attended
the wed-
Maxville father of Mr. and
judgment may be entered PEGGY SHALLER
131 SO. WALNUT ST. ding their anniversary parties of Mrs. James Waters, Is a against you for the relief MRS. J. C. DUKES
brother-in-law and
PHONE 9R4-S070! sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. patient in Bradford County '- demanded in the complaint or LOUISE W. TENLEY
Hospital, Starke. Our VALINSKI
prayersare BARBARA
I 1 Cahan and their brother and with him.Friends petition.
WITNESS my hand and the THOMAS B. HARDING
of Mrs. Mary seal of said Court on Aug. 11, BOBBY FAY CHAFF
REGULAR ELECTION Dinkins regret to learn that it 1975. RUBY HOWELL

was necessary for her to ANN MILLER

HAMPTON, BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA return to Bradford County Gilbert S. Brown

SEPTEMBER 9, 1975 Hospital.Mr. As Clerk of said Court ALTERNATES FOR SAID
and Mrs. Milo Smith r
r By:Beulah M MoodyAs \ ELECTION:
and John were Sunday dinner SHELLIE GERLE
a ". -,' .. Deputy Clerk
tfc "> :iamun
.' : > ; guts of Mr and Mrs. Henry GRACEJORDAN
=.:B/2t-.4t.9t11. I" .
Signature of Elector f "' w qJ' Browder. ELLA MAE CHASTAIN'In
------------- Testimony whereof; here
.
Initials of Issuing ,. subscribe name and
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF unto my
Officer Cattlemans Assoc. )t THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR cause the Seal of the town to be

No. CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR hereunto affixed this the 5th day

.' To Meet Eight Miles South Of Starke On U.S. 301 BRADFORD COUNTY. of August 1975, A.D.,
CASE NO.75231.
[Stub No. 11) Look For Signs On Right At Lake Hampton Charles J. Schaefer.Mayor.Commissioner,

ra4 Cattlemen's I, IN RE: The Marriage of
i meet Thursday, Sept. 11, at CAROLYN STARLING GRIFFIS ATTEST: Merrill Edwards
=a
X REGULAR ELECTION 3:.i the Starke agricultural L. K. Edwards Ill & Assoc. Realtor PROCTOR. Wife/Petitioner, City' Clerk' .
-I:;I building. Hamburgers will be and ERLE RAY PROCTOR, Hus-. 8/28/ 2tchg 9/4

y HAMPTON served, followed by businessI .
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA : bandRespondent.NOTICE --------------

SEPTEMBER 9, 1975 I session and program.The 473-4883 or 475-2636 OF SUIT- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

featured speaker will be NO PROPERTY THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-

Dr. Bob Reddish, extension KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLORIDA CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
meat ToERLE: RAY PROCTOR BRADFORD COUNTY.
specialist of
Initials of Issuing ,
Gainesville. Address Unknown CASE NO.73.191

Officer YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
No. I an action for dissolution of FIRST NATIONAL STATE
marriage has been filed against BANK OF OCEAN CITY, formerly -

you and you are required to Trust Company of Ocean

serve a copy of your written County a New Jersey Banking

(Stub No.2J] defenses, if any,to it on SHAW Corporation Plaintiff,
A.o yah AND KOPELOUSOS, Attorneysfor -vs-
:E = Petitioner, whose address is EDWARD SCHEYDER. JR.,
142 West Cal Street Post Office and ROSEMARY SCHEYDER.

CITY ELECTION LAY THE Box 1086 Starke, Florida, husband and wife, Defendants.:'
32091 1, and file the original with
the Clerk of the above-styied NOTICE OF

HAMPTON, BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Court on or before September SHERIFF'S SALE

SEPTEMBER 9 1975 22 1975, otherwise a judgmentmay NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
,
be entered against you for that I, Dolph Reddish Sheriff of
Make a Mark X opposite the name of the Candidate of the relief demanded in the Peti Bradford County Florida, under

your choice GROUNDWORKNOW tion.WITNESS and by virtue of a Writ of Execution -
my hand and the heretofore issued out of the

seal of said Court on this 19th above-entitled Court, in the

FOR CLERK day of August, 1975.GILBERTS.. above-styled cause, have levied
Vote For One Term One Year upon the following property,
BROWNAS situate, lying and being in Brad
MARY L. ALLEN FORA CLERK OF SAID COURTBy ford County, Florida, to-wit:
B : Jeffrey Scott McRae One ID) Acre Square In North

IRIS V. HART Deputy Clerk east comer of West half IW 1/21)
8/214t 9/11 of Block 1 South of Range 2

West Simon J. Temples Subdivision -
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FOR MAYOR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF of lands at Temples Mills

Vote For One Term Two Years THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- in Northwest one-quarter of
Northeast (NW 1/4
LITTLE SPRING one-quarter
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
KENNETH BROWN BRADFORD COUNTY. of NE 1/4)) of Section 21, Town-
ship 6 South, Range 22 East, as

ARTHUR BRUNO B CASE NO.75242IN per map or plat thereof recordedin
Deed Book C, Page 424
WILLIAM SUMMERSFOR thereof of the Public Records of
RE: The Marriage of JULIUS
Bradford County, Florida, except -
LYNN McKENZIE Husband,
VACATION. road right-of-way of U.S.
and DEBORAH SUE McKENZIE
FOR COUNCILMAN 301, SUBJECT to the mortgageof
Wrfe.
For Register Oil Company.. AND

A.C. DENNISON NOTICE OF SUIT ALSO: All personal property
Just because spring is the We have lots of other examples ToJullu: Lynn McKenzie located therein or thereon the

JOE FORSYTH ''. traditional time to fertilize doesn't mearl,l like this in our files Address Unknown property.hereinabove A described more particular real

P.H. LOTT, JR. or: it's going to give you the best results. '. So maybe you ought to find out YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED schedule of which Clerk may of the be

Often, fall fertilizing is a better what fertilizing in fall can do for you. that an action for dissolution of obtained Circuit Court.from the
VERDO has been filed
SAUCR against
marriage
way to go. '! Just call your Farmers Mutual you and you are required to as the property of the above-

EUGENE TAYLOR Take the experience of this Gold Exchange and ask to have a Gold Kist serve a copy of your written the named 8th Defendants day of September, and that, 1975 on
defenses, if any, to it on
MARY THOMPSON Kist patron. a farm hand drop by. RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorney between the legal hours of sale,

number of he wrote address. is namely, 11:00: o'clock In the
For a years y No cost or obligation. for Petitioner, in the
forenoon and 2:00 o'clock
LONNIE THOMPSON double-cropped small grains and soybeans, And it could give you a little 996 114,N.SMrke Walnut, Florida Street, 32091;P. O., Box and afternoon, on said: day at Ed's

JERRY WADSWORTH, SR. fertilizing,in fall and sprin Li breather next spring, not to mention what file the original!with the Clerk of Gulf Avenue Service Starke,2163 North, Bradford Temple

! Then he talked WIth a Gold Kist you might get back in money saved and the before above-dyled September Court 29, on 1975 a County Florida I will offer for

FOR MARSHAL farm hand, who suggested he do it Jj money earned. otherwise e judgment may be sale. and sell to the highest
: : bidder for caah.; In hand, the
'. emend against for the relief
Vote For One Term One Year a all in fall. FT Gold Kist. : demanded in the you) Petition. ,above described property M

' EDWARD F. BROOKER JR. ." '>;0 Result: the man spent less time] m. I pJ Good things for'the falim1' ..,' !tIn WITNESS my hand and the the property of the said Defendant
;. .. ,? 'j' # l Ml. of Mid Court on the 28th *to satisfy said Execution:
o
CHUCK his fields, spent less money on labor, : Pi 11 and from the farm. : i) day of August, 1975.

CROWDER 0 ,;'I.},""'.
'. !!' onbothaops. .d 4 i! Gilbert S.Brown .
RAY GOOLSBY t \ 1
.JI" : : Bradford County. Florida
oi A.Certcof wild Court,

I It ." <,'.. ... -, to. .I ,\ .... ,. .01'r.. ... ,_............. .........,;....,...._ + By: Beulah M.Moody By: Dolph E.' ReddWi

RALPH GREEN _'; -:''' ..., .J. __.. __ ..._. ... 0 ., -. ---- .- .- 'J\\It.. :>>c .,. :.J ," ,- _....': -. ... ".. "Deputy. Clerk: .1"Sheriff>
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4c1w / /Vfff/fr... r FOR RENTVote ,


FOR'' WANTED: Used sofas, bedroom ..... -4
MOBILE HOME MOVING:: Also' SACfc38! Snub nose tJ'land''

for N.L. Woodburn I mobile home hurricane anchoring OLD--TIME---COUNTRY-- ---YARD- 25 gun$55.automatic 22 hand guns$24.95, sets refrigerators, washers,Oahmors stoves Dis end t HRP' WANTED J FOR RENT: Olin's Subc vtein'' ,

City Commissioner, Group 4 I r FOR SALE J coating.and Olin's mobile home roof SALE: Fri., Sat. Furniture, $49.95. Dahmers guns Discount from count. 7/24 Btchg 9/22 1/2 acre .Iota, $25,00 per
MOBILE tools pool
clothes toys tfchg" ------------ month. Water & Sewage

Home Service 964-5606, Rt. table Misc. 301 N. to r. -...._ ...' furnished. For information call
:
Legal '100W.? Starke, Ra. tfchg. Hammonds Discount, turn -- WANTED: Will buy local Indian starts at$7,280 yearly. Submit Mark Olin, Olin's Mobile

: Vote for N.L. WoodburnCity --------_--_ left, signs 964-6743. Itp 9/4 arrow heads and relics. Single resume to Full Year Head Homes Sales, Hwy. 100 W.,
FOR SALE 1973 Glastron Gt
4 : items or collections. Ph. 964- Start P. O. Drawer 970,
Group
Commissioner ------------ Starke. .
WILL BABY SIT In 160 1 16-ft. with 1973 "' 964tfohg. ,
my home, all Mercury 8402. 1tp 9/4 Starke, Fla. We are an Equal
GARAGE SALE: Tools, house- iFOIL .
$ : --- ----
FOR SALE!! :'l x9 Linoleum 93,98 ages 964-7469. 8/28 3tp' 9/11/ 140 HP and heavy duty gal- .
------------ Opportunity: Employer. 8/28/
_: hold goods, clothing, garden wide mobile
9x12 Unoleum $8.98. Abo vanized trailer. Tommy Black- RENT: 12'
WANTED Uve-ln 9/4
machine. : housekeeper 2tchg
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 12x12 and 12x15 in stock. tools. Singer sewing shear, Kingsley Lake. 533- homes outside city limits. J.B.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF CHECK THE RED CARPET Saturday, Sept. 6, 9 a.m. to 8 &companion for elderly lady.
Hundreds to choose from at' 2441 night or day. 8/21 2tp Tbv;: 966114. tfchg.
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- SECTION this paper for p.m. Four miles east of Lake Room, board & salary. 468- AVON CALLINGI! of Ball White. Ph.
FORD COUNTY. Dahrjners Discount. tfchg. HOLIDAY INN GULF Special. Butler off SR-100, south on S- 8/28 1352, 7 to 10 p.m. Mon. thru Avon call 755-0731 or write ------------
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furnished
7/10 9tp 94PRESCHOOL 237, second brick home on Sat. Lome dyatt, P.O. Box 220, FOR RENT: 2 bedroom

CIVIL ACTION "AMERICAN' FAMILY SOUND: ------.------ right. 496-3209. Itchg 9/4 HOWS OF HOBBYS: Full line of ------------ Lake City, Fla. 32055. tfchg. house, no pets $115

Case No.75.183 Sales service installation, instruction 3 thru ------------ arts and crafts. Also guar- WANTED: Mature lady to live In --.---= :...---}-'!'"". mo. with $60 deposit. Call

stereos, phono, reel-reel, B years old, 9 to 12 Mon. FOR SALE: Baby ducks. Med anteed stereo repair. 118 and do cooking and light HELP WANTED: Learn Income 964-6560 after 5 p.m. Itchg

In re: The Matter of the tapes,cassettes, radios. Work Tues. Wed. 964-8404 or 633- size ducks, large ducks. Court., Ph. 964-7329.. tfchg. housework. Fair salary. Write Tax Preparation from H&R 8/28
Adoption of the dozen. Ph. J.H. Lammons, Rt. 15, Box Block. Thousands are earning ------------
TAMMY DENISE guaranteed. 118 Court, 964- 2810. Itp 94CHILDCARE Cheaper by -------- --- '
PADGETT 7329. ? --_--------- 964-5801. 1tp 9/4 149M, Jacksonville, Fla. good money In the Growingfield FOR RENT: 12 x 52 Parkwood
tfchg. 32234.9/4 2tp 9/11 traler, furnished with extras.
of income ,
tax
----------- preparation -
NOTICE OF SUIT. ------------ : My home, hot FOR SALE: Two 3/4 Limousin ------------ Now, HErR Block Cal 964-8172 after 6. Itp 8/28

NO PROPERTYTo FOR SALE: Good used color lunches, snacks, fenced play bulls, 460 & 750 IDS., 25 Hul- MISCELLANEOUSLOSE' f WANTED: Young ladyto share America's Largest Income Tax ------------

and black&white TV, stoves,' yard, shady. Hour, day or sey Quill cross game chickens, a home and expenses. Quiet .Service will teach you to ,

: All Interested Parties furniture & air week. All ages 9645610. $5 each if all are taken, range neighborhood. Can 782-3279 prepare Income tax returns in
refrigerators
conditions. BARGAIN CEN- 8/21 3tp 9/4 raised. Also Hulsey game after 3 p.m. or write Box 153, a special 13 M week tuition HOUSES' FOR SAL
------------ WEIGHT safely & fast
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat chickens direct from Hulsey. Lewteyitp 9/4 course. Choose from day or "
TER, U.S. 301 South tfchg. HOME REMODELING AND with X-11 Diet Plan $3. _: _-__ \..
628 Curriculum
an action for adoption has J.M. Edwards, Box evening classes.
---------. REPAIR: Master electrician, REDUCE excess fluids with X-
been filed against you and you Starke. Ph. 964-5379. 9/44tp WANTED TO RENT: 2 or 3 bed- Includes practice problems
are required to serve a copy of SUZUKI OF STARKE:: -Your plumber and carpenter. Rea- 9/25 Pel $3. KOCH DRUG STORE. room unfurnished house in taught by experienced H&R FOR SALE: 12 x 60 Holiday 14..
sonable 964-8087.
your written defenses, if any to authorized Suzuki Dealer. rates. 8/14 ------------ 7/3 15tchg 10/9 Starke< by November let Call Block instructors. Enrollment mobile home on 1 acre. Fully
it, ,on the plaintiff's attorney, 964-6020.304 East Call, 4tchg 94"WEDDING FOR SALE: FrigkJalre refrigerator ------------ after 2:30: p.m. 4311184.828 is open to men and women of furnished, central air & heat.
whose name and address is Phone ------------ table & 6 chairs. Call WA I SCSI'S 2tp 9/4 all ages. No previous training Cal 473-3193 after 3 p.m. 1tp j

GEORGE H. PIERCE, Esquire, Street. rfchg. PICTURES PLUS: 9646678. 1tp 9/4 HOUSE OF VACUUMS ------------ or experience! required. Job 8/28 )
-------.---. They can be reasonable. Let _
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Attorney at Law, P.O. Drawer ------------. Interviews available for best ========= =
1030 Starke, Florida 32091 and me show you our albums. Ph. FOR SALE Case lawn &garden Many,brands of new vacuums. students. For complete 12 64 Artcrafl
FOR SALE x
file the original with the clerk of 964-5313. tfchg. tractor with mower. Excellent Usdd machines available. LOST AND FOUND details, Call 964-5690 or write mobile home. Central heat

the above styled court on or PERSONAL SERVIC ------------. condition. Call 964-8172 after Expert Repairs all makes. H&R Block, 118 N. Walnut, and air, washer, dryer, partially

before September 15, 1975: CHILD CARE in my home, any 6 p.m. 1tp 9/4 Parts and Accessories for all' Starke. Itp 9/4 furnished unfurnished -

otherwise a judgment may be hours, seven days per week. ------------ vacuums. Built in, central ------------ ,concrete steps, $5,300
entered against you for the relief Large comfortable home FOR SALE Peas, purple tip & vacuum "
: cleaning svst ms. 712N. STRAYED CATTLE: Have been HELP WANTED: CUBB or best offer. 964-8341, or
demanded In the complaint or Vote for N.L. Woodburn fenced yard, hot meals. Also zipper cream. You pick, $3. Main Gainesville 376711ftTF here.00 days. Owner can have ECONOMIC AGENCY FULL 964-8673, Mr. Milton. Itp 9/4

petition. City Commissioner, Group 4 working mother-I will pick up Rd. 16W, 964-5156, SeeberForsythe. same by paying expenses and YEAR HEAD START PROGRAM -
------------
WITNESS my hand and the your child after school and 9/4 2tp 9/11
--- ------- identifying 486-1848 between is now accepting
seal of said Court on August 11, BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete care for until you get off work. ------------ FOR SALE: By owner, very
: TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a 7 & 8 a.m. 8/21 3tp 9/4 applications for secretary. large, 4 bedroom 1 K bath,
1975. sharpening service, circular, Call 9646931. 9/4 2tp 9/11 FOR SALE: Reduce safe & fast week, dozer work and ------------ Must be able to perform all brick Tudor home. 323 N.

hand, carbide, chain, mower ELECTRICIAN with GoBese Tablets & E-Vap dragline work. Call 468-1873, office related duties. Must bea Walnut St. Starke. Ph. 376-
Gilbert S. BrownAs blade hollow ground and bal- EXPERIENCED, "water pills" Andrews Pharmacy Star Rt. Hampton, STEPHEN resident of Clay Union,
Clerk of said Court anced. Leave at Jackson licensed, bonded, reasonablerates 356 W., Madison, SMITH LANDFILL tfchg. Bradford, or Baker Counties. 9666. tfchg.

By: Beulah M. Moody Building Supply, Starke or tfchg., save money 964-6061. Starke. 9/4 4tp 9/25 ---....-----,...-- 't BElP _'ITEDATTENTION Salary starts at $5,616 yearly.
As Deputy Clerk Keystone Heights tfchg.CLASSIFIED ------------ ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: Submit resume to Full Year
8/14-. 4tr-hn..-.... CI/A -------------------- ------------ FOR SALE: Portable Smith- Has your drinking caused Head Start, P. O. Drawer 970,
Corona typewriter (new). Call you Starke, Fla. We are an Equal IW." Drillin..t
SEWING MACHINES repaired, HOWS OF HOBBYS: Full line of to be sick and tired of being
AD RATES al makes cleaned, oiled and arts and crafts. Also guaranteedstereorepaw,155A 431-1886. Itp 9/4 sick and tired? Ph. DEMON Opportunity: Employer. 8/28

adjusted $7. Work guar West FOR SALE: Pony & 967619 or 4732108. 7/3 STRATORS: Toys & Gifts 2tchg 9/4 2" thru 6"
cart harness
Deadline for Cal Work thru December. -----.-------
Insertion ed'James Strickland, Ph. 9647329. tfchg. 125. 9648100. 13tp 9/25. now .
Tuesday Noon ---- Itchg 9/4 FREE sample\ Kit. No ellI' Fast Rotary
preceding comer Morgan Road & Hwy -------- ------------
Thursday before publication 16. AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: perience needed. Call or write
tfchg Sales, service, installation, PICK YOUR OWN: Scupper- Santa's Parties, Avon, Conn. t 1 Drilling Equipment
------------ FOR RENT
Minimum Charge 12.00 stereos, phono, reel-reel, nongMuscadine Grapes.Spencer's AUTOMOBILES: I' 06001. Ph. 1 ((203)) 673-3455. State Licensed
(Covers 13 Words 10 x20 PATIO COVERS: tapes,cassettes, radios. Work Vineyard. Between USED Also Booking Parties. 8/21
and mobile homes. Alachua and High Springs on
Homes
Each 11/13
word over is guaranteed. 155-A West Call, 13tp
$180 installed $140 unin- 235-A. One mile north of FOR RENT: 2 bedroom trailer I Pumps I
10 cents 964-7329.: ----.-------
stalled. GATOR MOBILEAll ---- dchg.----- Santa Fe High School. Opentill ------------ with glassed-in porch on W.
HELP
Classified Ads must be HOME SERVICE CO. Ph.;3729767 after 8 p.m. Take Alachuaexit FOR SALE: Vega, good shape, ECONOMIC WANTED AGENCY: CUBB FULL Market Road. 9647460. S.W. New & Used
Gainesville tfchg. (West) off 175. tfchg. automatic Hasten 1t 9/4 .
paid for in advance unless you hatchback, air, YEAR HEAD START PROGRAM -
------------ heat
have ------------ tape deck. Call 964- ------------ SaesParts.ServiceEZ/
an established account ------- is now
with the Telegraph. In .thai t FOR SALE J FOR SALE: Washer, dryer refrigerator 6447. Itp 9/4 applications for Educational-accepting FOR RENT: Smal house, no

event so cents extra charge freezer. We also Social Service, Parent In- pets. Will accept infant. Call TermsPlumbinq
; ;
Chev7van:
for billing. Not responsible for repair and service appliances.,I FOR SALE: 1968 volvement Coordinator. Must 964-6680. Itp 9/4
t REAL ESTATE 1 rectal tires good ------------
'rrorsht'n given over the Reasonable.964.570.9/42tp gas mileage, be able to write a pre-school I ,
'
phone or when copy is not FOR SALE Case pocket knives' 9/11 good condition. $1,000. 473-' curriculum, train Head Start FOR RENT: 2 bedroom mobile ;

. typed and, brought to the of now at' .O fice. tfchg. FOR SALE: Yamaha trumpet, New Installation
FOR SALE 1969 participation. Must be a resident 9/4
: Ford
0 .- -"" .---'. excellent condition, like new. cvl. stick shift, good Van, 6 of Clay, Union, Bradfordor --_!...._-------

VoteforN.L.Woodburn -SALE:Diamond needles tor, $140. 964-6311 or 9645818. condition. $800 or best running offer. Baker Counties. Salary FOR RENT: 2 bedroom partly Remodeling

City Commissioner. Group any stereo, over 247 different Itp 9/4 9/4 3tp 9/18 furnished house 9125 per mo. Repairs
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ones, we have them all. Dah- 964-7521. Itp 9/4
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\. ----
/" mer's Discount tfchg. FOR SALE: Store fixtures BYRON E. DUCE
.' ------------
registers and office equip- Reg. Re,,' Estate Broker
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I trurilf'JjSl1ORDLTY ment, garment tables, Lozier 393 N.'TempieAve. AAA BUILDERS t Durrance'
Real Facts FOR SALE: 7V4 acres land off Gondola steel shelving, r WANttD 954-7700 J.W.Thomas
Morgan Road. Call 9647988.1tp .
mannequins, custom racks, &
fC Bn Real 9/4 hangers, checkout counters, 160 acres Sena Pump & Supply
House&3
------------ and much more. Can be seen acres
Estate 0--J FOR SALE Large fresh shrimp at Merle's "Old" Furniture WANTED: The one couple in 1/2 Any 463ro9 ingGdne9.vvi4Be376 Company
House
w without heads $2.25 per lb., Warehouse, 3 miles south of 100 who are ambitious on.appx.furnished. acre -
y d. Driftwood Motel, East Orange Park enough to earn $1000 per Completely '
on US-17. Ph. 9/4 & 9/18 864 N. Temple Ave.
2tp
- -
Palatka. 3252331. 9/4 4tp 264-0324 month in their own business.
seven days a week.
Cecelia Terwillegar 9/25 Itchg 9/4 Write Cliff Rowe, 2901 SW 1st 2400 sq. ft. bldg.. ready for a Starke
Ave., Gelne+ille. 8/28 4tp business on State Hway, just
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In the purchase of FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts FOR 9/18 out of City. ChampHome 964-7061 .tf
property there are usually many SALE: Registered Pal Long
and OUN'S - -
supplies. MOBILE
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documents and papers to be filled out and signed. This Heifered bull, 3 years old. Ph.
3 BR house refinished
HOMES SALES, 100 just
Hwy.
paperwork Is not restricted to the 7823310.
solely buyer or the Itchg 9/4 and
W. Starke 964-5606 A.XThomas-R:! inside. BRASINGTON
seller, but Is distributed tfchg. .
fairly evenly to both. The reasons -. --------- ---
------------ .21 N. Walnut St. - Materials C.dlll.c-oldsmobil.
for so much Building ]
paperwork
are important to the .
protection Tel. "4-6162 If you own property outside of Sales & Service
of both parties Involved in the real
estate trans-
I
action. county & want to sell see us. -WE BUILD Fine Selection Of Used

Written claims, titles mortgages, and the like are REAL E TATE ,1 Room House, nice section of Let us help you with your "YOUR PLANS OR OURS Cadillac Cars Taken Trades On

permanent records of the status of the property, who City, Hardwood Floors, some financing. YOUR LOT OR OURS 2001 N.W. 13 378.5301GAINESVILLE
owns If, who has a lien or mortgage on It, and all the Kerns of furniture, lots of

other Important Information concerning the property. storage, carport, paved driveway Listing needed for 3 BR house FREE ESTIMATES If
Without these written records: the transactions of real/ comer with paved streets,
estate would be chaotic and grossly misused through r MLILfI LLISTINGS shade trees and shrubbery. VERNIE ODOM REMODELING REPAIRS

fraud and deceit. 10 ACRES Priced at $17,500.00, terms may 964-5476 ADDITIONS

We can help with your paperwork, for we are dedicated Mlnutet'From I |' be arranged. HOMES BOUGHT SOLD UNITED REGISTERED FARM AGENCY REAL
to your neads. See us today 10

Handyman Special $3,500 8.71 acres West side State Road TRADED ESTATE BROKER
JIMMY MooRE'S'Slin
PREFERRED PropertiesIf Keystone Heights 'I No. 100 just outside City Limits. [ ACREAGE FOR SALE 206 South Water StreetPAUL&IRENEFAULKNER

2 BR, 4 acres $6,500 Price $15,500.00. SportsMORE
you are looking for the perfect home site in the M,750 Per Acre 4.1813HWY 964-5065''

country we have itl! Fifty-four of the very best acres "' Per I I Handyman Special $7,000 Offices and/or business, storage YOUR BOAT FOR 3O1 S STARKE TF Approximately 1 acre land with
159" Mo. MONEY TF
in Bradford County with approx. 100 pecan trtes..k. or rent "' 12 x 60 mobile home, furnished,
cated right In the middle of the strawberry country. Starke-4 BR, 2 lots $10,500 STARKE PH 964-5791! wall & septic.. $7,700.00.
Owner financedWe No Low Land I CIty Park: Blk 2 5 Lots -- -

----- WEST CENTRAL Starka-2 BR frame $8,890 $2500.00; Blk 4 8 Lots COMPLETE OUTBOARD &< Country store, restaurant & gas

now have excellent acreage. that we can s.lIln 10 REALTY INC. .$4000.00; Blk. 5 21 Lots STERN DRIVE SERVICE, s sAvE pumps, equipped. Also stock
and IS acre tracts with I Starke-2 Blk. 6 13 Lots -
owner financing. Registered Broker gLOie $12,500 18750.00; AND REPAIR included. Priced to move.
----- 1-378-2308. Anytime 10500.00; Blk. 7.5 Lots & 2 COMPLETE FRED DAVIS Terms.

Forty-five acres all In pasture and with home .pretty Evenings Call: La 2 BR > $22,000 half Lots $7,750.00. Each Blk. FIBERGLASS' _ _

flowers 2*percent down..balance in 10 years at 8 per. Art Patsy I has paved' St., with utilities REPAIR BUICK GMC TRUCKS- PONTIAC"A Beautiful 3 BR,. 2.bath, over 2
cent Interest. .."'110 Theress-3 BR, 2 lots $22,000 available. See us now and take CUSTOM BUILT FIBER 1/2 acres of land. Good Terms.
----- your pick.REAL GLASS FISHING BOATS LITTLE RIDE CAN

Lak. Lots Little Lake Santa Fa and Hampton | Lawtey-3 BR brick $34,000 I SAVE YOU A LOT" TF UNITED FARM AGENCY

Lake..We also have a beautiful lot on Bessent Road 2 BR Frame house outside city. I GREEN COVE SPRINGS.. National Adv.

and a lot near town. Excellent condition. 2.3 1ICftIa. I We Have Used
I Keystone-3 BR brick $46,000 Is
----- $38,000- 3 BR 2 Bath, CH&A, L a sseeseasisiFILL

Mimosa Drive off Bessent Road Attractive brick, One Acre Lot. 1,666 sq. ft. living xHampton-1 W acres i $9,200 WASHERS $35 &

nearly secluded.new 3 BR 2B CHA A with an acre of land -rather of area.Starke.1 Vt miles out of City Limits M C (arson. i RINSES upSawy. DIRT

Graham-30 acre farm $75,000 .
----- For Sale: 2 Story house close to ESTATE Soil
.. Top
Saratoga Heights Delightful, Immaculate 3 BR, 2B, town. Upstairs furnished apt. Lawtey-2.75 acres $9,500 ....
CHA, tastefully decorated pretty back yard.Remote downstairs; 3 BR. M f.."MjitfjT iwjn/n*., nppllancoj.1 + F'llIrtlll'
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30 acres with good timber Lawtey-4.4 acres $9,500 I ; 3 BR, 1 bath frame home with
close In
yet 40 of the cleanest acres you'llever
paved road front. 4 miles N. of M cant heat/air, chain link fenced 332 W. Madison Call 488-1873
see. Beautiful hay, some timber fenced *. cross '
fenced ponds home with CH"A large LR country Starke, terms.Commercial Starke-!$OLD$8.200 ,comer lot. 19400. 964-7701

kitchen complete with a good variety of friendly, - STEPHEN SMITHSTAR
building, block construction : .- I 2- farm animals > barn 2 car garage. Lawtey-8 acres $10,000
.
:2,400 sq. n. 1 sere on 1. acre, 20000. "
----- ROUTE HAMPTON. FLA.'
Kingsley Lake Rambling home with large living and land. 3 miles from Starjte. Theress-10 acres $12,500 -'- Davidson 1\
12 acres, fenced, well I & septic ihaaaaa'eaeeaeaeaaeaa'aaea'aaaaaaaaaaaassOlin's
dining room; sunny Fla. room 4BR 2B, dock and
a 19 acres, Lawtey, good timber .' : tank, E. of Lawtey, $15,000.
long, narrow lot. Terms. Lawtey-10 acres $11,000 Mobile Home Park
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----- 00 Acre farm 3 BR home fishpond
Cblley Road Large wall built CB home 3 BR, 28, 178 acre Brooker... Sameplaited Peetovlle-11 acres $10.000 planted- pasture. Will In City Limits Subdivision
CH"A, terrazzo floors
throughout, fireplace over an pmos. divideterms.
acre of land.I' US-301 north,21 acres -$35,000Helbron60 $30 Par Mil.

_';"___ 1 to 10 acres open land. 4 MHs I I 1.2 acre-Mobile home site -
Road 14 Brick 3 BR 1 B,kitchen- with dining area. LR from Stark. Homo sites only. acres $57,000 $2,500. Walk To'New'Shopping "
/I and an aero of land. Center !
- -
"'JI ____-:' 1 2 mobile home sites. I Wa have over 300 other listings. i 3 BR
to acres 1 Jt Bath Double wide MH Gas. Water. t Sewn I I
An Cat WI.I City
us, or coma on .
Cecelia l r. TerwUletar : N.W. of Starke Terms.Boorgo on 1 acre' Lake Access) t '"

!: R... Real Estate: Broker" Roberts Jr.' 13660. On 301 South em I
1.'r.. 20rWs 'M.dAeeA '
", s office '....777. IIEG. HEAL ESTATE BROKEN I I FREDSACKtTT.REALTOH | LAWTtr Fit.78238O6. Join Motel '> Per Mo Water"

...n heme 44S145Sterke. !If f 984-7826 205 N.Temple(US-301)) ) ", % *or. Loti For Riot 25M Sewage Furnished

n n Florida 4S8-1642 -row ......_..nille.. a ....... 964-8810;
b 100
Call Mark Olin 964-5606 HwyL. W.ar4 -


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Usual Problems Plague Schools On .



j J Only usual opening day Enrollment was con Elementary. Principal Carl He quoted an enrollment problems with buses
problems plagued Bradford siderably down at Southside Clark said he had a smooth figure of 917 down from the out late, probably due to
I I and Union County schools for Elementary also, Principal day, with two more than pre- 980 he had predicted earlier. drivers' not being
the first day of school Dewey McKinney reported. dicted showing up the first Register said, however, that with their new routes. He
Tuesday Only 520 of the 560 enrolled day. Some 30 new students he had 1,012 names listed on there was a
I, At Brooker Elementary', began on Tuesday, he said, signed up for the first time on the roll and that 95 absenceswere parking lot problem
Principal Phil Vellenga but ne said he thinks the Monday morning he said. reported Tuesday.'I of this and the fact that ,
reported an enrollment of 156 number will grow within the Starke Elementary showedthe students were driven to
for the first day only slightly next few days.Despite problems Southside had in At Bradford High School the first day.
f I downfromtheanlicipated160.Vellenga the lunch room. Clark said the
a smaller the normal day did not get
said he expects to enrollment McKinney ad- lunch schedule was slower the underway until third period. Over in Union County,
I pick up a few more students mitted problems! with the first day because they had to Principal Charles Francis High School Principal
before the end of the week lunch period. The school check each name off the said the day began with an, Ray Foister said his first
', predicting an increase of began a new system of the roster. assembly to hand out went "real well." He said
about 15 more than last year. children paying for their lunchin Clark said he had one schedules, then a 10-minute of the anticipated 435
I New bus schedules posed no the cafeteria, rather than teacher out on opening day. second period then the for classes and he said
great problem at Brooker having teachers collect the Slow moving lunch lines regular day began. He said might pick up about 25
Vellenga said, adding he was money he explained. Me said caught Bradford Middle enrollment was about at the students. Foister said
"real pleased" with how the line was very slow, but he School students too. 1,200 mark he had predicted, enthusiasm among
smoothly the day went. said he hopes to have more Rescheduling a few students but a few students did not pick students was
Jim Duncan at Lawtey lines in working order by that walk to school in order to up their schedules. Foister had been away
Elementary painted a different Monday.An balance the two sessions was teaching for three years, i
picture, though. The unexpected high enrollment another problem facing Besides a slow start he was Director of
busing schedule was "rough"in was recorded at Starke Principal Leonard Register Francis said there were ministrative Services for I
the afternoon he said,
though it went fine in the

problem morning.was He probably said the due major to Union Co. Pays $42,745 For Garbage

drivers not being familiar an
with the new routes;
the county garbage pickup. For further action,
V containers. Davis reportedthat
down about LAKE BUTLER Union commission was to
Enrollment was 56 of the containers were Residents will take their
1 10. with only 226 of the ex- County Commissioners made and that the four household garbage to a con- someone to supervise the
pected 236 arriving the first payment to Truxmore Indus- would on site be delivered shortly., tainer,where it will be pickedup waste collection, however, :
day. Duncan said he might tries, Inc. for one garbage About a year ago, the Pollu- by the county-owned truck name was submitted.In .
pick up about five more truck and 60 containers, in a tion Control Board declared and taken to a sanitary land-
students but foresees no drawn out meeting Tuesday Union County's two dumps un- fill north of Lake Butler. The other action, the
drastic changes. Duncan said morning. satisfactory ordered them dumps will be closed when the sion agreed to spend $1,500
the firm Phil have the North Central "
he thinks the 45-minute later Representing
closed. The commission then new system is in full operation -
starting time "will be a good Davis, accepted the check for rida Regional Planning
with the firm for
negotiated
schedule" $42.745 for the one truck and cil work out a land use plan
stipulated by the
Hampton elementary had Government
"excellent day," said Prin- At Planning Act of 1975. The
cipal Tom Casey. Records Expenses High HospitalSTARKE says that every city
showed enrollment down county in Florida must
considerably from what Casey a comprehensive plan to
had expected with only 145 of Following an annual $1,192 maintainance anesthetist's proposed con- its growth and
an expected 165 reporting the expensive month of paying program and trying a new tract for the coming year No money was
lirst day. lie said he did not due bills the Bradford County attachment to the machine for would almost double the by the state to finance '
anticipate many more, Hospital is still able to meet 30 days. existing rates to the patient. development.The .
leaving the total below last its payroll, announced Ad- "We'll try the machine to The proposal said board
year's figure. ministrator Richard Ed- see if it will do a good job. and chairman George Shuford act' says that on
monson at the regular board well give it a thorough was based on the rates and of before July 1, 1976 each
meeting on Aug. 21. workout in preparing end-of. much larger hospitals government must name
Inmates In the month of August. the the-year statements," said although an increase is the in local planning agency to
for the
order coming
three payrolls (ta trustee Bill Dampier.. year
hospital met responsible for a plan
hike is too
high.
twice-a-year occurance. If the hospital decides to proposed must Inform the state and
Are GuiltyOf Edmonson said I,caught up all purchase the machine after The administrator's report Regional Planning Council
revealed that BCH had successfully )
payable, and paid a the trial period the cost would
accounts its choice. I
<<: met the compliance By July ,
Assault $20.000 renewal on be 4375. reached to review to continue in the Title each local government
A decision was
malpractice insurance. M a licensing inspection adopt a plan which will .
discussedthe to negotiate with the program : :
lw\KK BUTLER' : A jury of The board also bookkeeping try anestesist who is an in- was due, and several the force of law and all I / .
MX w omen and one man found Burroughs to dependent employee con- minor deficiencies had been development must i. I
three inmates at the Keccp-. $4.900 machine bill deciding for a software pay tracted by the hospital. The found by,the fire marshall. it.
und :Medical 'enter
lion the
'added to
HMO: guilty in a sexual program atroubleshooter's -
once
assault in the Hth Judicial machine manual is EFFECTIVE YIELD
Circuit Court here Aug. 20.
provided contracting an
John Buck Ilanna was foundguilty
ol rape. Jimmy Lee ,
.Mlery was lound guilty of
assault \\ith intent to commit First Baptist
rape" and Calvin Jackson was I
,uml! guilty of assault and Church Schedule
battery, '" 1473.4952'i

4 f'.Tiw' three hud been charged Sunday.: Baptist.Men"s
vuth- raping 21-year-old Breakfast. 7:30: a.m.r! Sunday
."nIl11 !P>iu on Sept. 14 last School 9:45: a.m.; MorningWorship
11'.lI' 11 a.m.: Church
The attack was triggered
Training 6:15: p.m.; Evening
\\Ill'n I'\11l' could not come up 7:30
\\ith nUI1l'hl' owed the three Monday:: Girls p.m.Ensemble
as! a result of losing a card li:40: \ p.m.; Youth Choir, Deacon" 1
in the week..Idler .
curlier
game _
Mtg., 7 p.m. ,
ics and Jackson Tuesday: Helen Masters 1 ..
threatened l'\nl' with razor Group 10 a.m.; Lorena Ep-
blades, while llamm attacked person Group Ida Darby
I'I ..MIC.l Group 2:30: p.m.; Junior
l 11 ne said he did not( report ('heir. 3:30: p.m.; Loltie Moon ANNUAL RATE
ho I incident un\llthe next day : : Associationallaunch -
shocked.iH'caiiM.lie" was "mentally. Night,7:30 p.m.

Sentencing is set for Sept. 8 Wednesday: Family Night
hy Judge: John A. Murpnee. Supper 6:15: p.m.: Sunday
School Workers Mtgs. RA.,
GA., Acteens. World Friends,
Recreation BoardToMeetSept.il Mission"Friends Youth Hand-
bells 6:45: p.m.: "Hour of
Power" 7:30: p.m.; Church
('hoir. 8:15: p.m.Thursday .
The monthly meeting of the
Board of Parks & Recreation.City : Adult Ladles
of Starke will be held Handbells. 12 noon: Music
Thursday. September 11. at Makers. 3:30: p.m.; Junior
noon in Recreation Office- Handbells. 4:15: p.m: Visita
the old Armory. lion 7 p.m.Saturday. I
the meeting is open to those' : Bus Ministry
(that wish to attend. Visitation :30: a.m.

Guaranty Federal does



Vote ;D: with even Higher



For Guaranty Federal is again offering the 7.75% annual rate of interest

certificates with a minimum term of 6 years' Earning an effective

Also 8.06% annual yield on an annual rate of 7.75% for $100,000

A And n 10 years term. Be sure your money Is earning t top Interest. Call today I Ip

h

Elect Y1 h Annual Minimum Minimum
'" ., Annual Investment
; :" Yl.ld Rate : Term


4 '.06% 7.75% 6 Yrs. S 5,000

f Jimmy (Pot: Licker] 7,7'% 7.500; .. Yr.. 1.000

I 6.9I% 6.750;. 2'12' Yrs. 1,000
r
6.720 6.50% 1 Year 1.000

U 1 McRav a p .; 5.920;. 5.75% Y' 90Days 1.000

;I A MAN WELL QUALIFIED AFTER 10 YEARS OF ; ,. I It 5.3'%' 5.25% ; NONE NONE

EXPERIENCE SERVING YOU ON THE CITY
J" 100,000
.' '.060. 7,75% 2.10Yrs; )
: "i.
AND
COUNCIL.YOU HAVE PLACED YOUR TRUST 100,000
7.7'0; 7.50% 1.10Yrs. '
CONFIDENCE IN ME FOR THE PAST 10 YEARS '. I, 1

AND I PROMISE TO CONTINUE TO SERVE YOU AS .. .

AN INTERESTED TAXPAYER LIKE YOURSELF.' I When earnings are left to compound' daily for one year.
WILL NOT BE PRESSURED iY ANY SPECIAL IN. Ii'," i II

TEREST GROUP AND WILL,VOTE FOR THE ET ,,, .., substantial penalty i Is required for early withdrawal on

INTEREST OF ALL THE CITIZENS OF ST ARKI. Some Savings Programs are subject to be withdrawn .
TOGETHER LET'S CONTINUE TO- MAKE STARKE A

BETTER PLACE TO LIVE. I .

I Guaranty .
Please Do Not Feel Slighted If I Do Not Get =
.Federal ::
To See You Before Next Tuesday ,
Swine end. Loan Association

.' THANK YOU.
GAINESVILLE: 220 North Main St'r'eet/317-33-I4/

Jimmy MeRat 3501 W. University Ave. /1373-8482 3300 S.W. Archer / L

STARKE: 395 Madison/964-5000-
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS! : Lawrence Boulevard Sylvan: !Nay/
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3 InchRainfdllMdnday "W

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Temple Avenue: And New School fl S 44Jf .w 7-_



Starke bore the brunt of a I
localized flash flood dumping
3.21 inches of rain on the city
during a 30-minute( period
Monday afternoon. Labor Day
traffic on US-301 was stalled
and two areas in new BHS I ,, MbwN'9M ', ,M'n+Y tM'kldatiW MI r i j '
buildings: were flooded. Heavy
lightning accompanied the

thunderstorm.While .
i '+, }' +' 1Af"Y, des rN-' a.gyltl rpA. x
Starke swam, outlying:
areas of the county reported
nothing unusual. New River
+ fire tower measured only .4
c inch rain on Monday, Louis
ap r ? Hill tower at Highland and
Santa Fe on South 301 had only
a trace, while Camp Blanding < a "7rr
i reported .52 inch.

: Charles Francis, BHS prin- r
cipal, said water came
{ through in the area of air conditioning y l eIM aM
units in the adminis-
trative end of the center high I
school building on 301, and in
two general classrooms in the
new science building. An area
Scenes at Temple And Pratt with a radius of from 10 to 12 ,r Cm '
feet was covered with water in ;
the science building, damag-
ing the carpet for the second -
,1; ':' t.
k E1roi
.... :
,1iI.h time, Francis said. The
\",. dI.: .M i" -r trouble has been reported
zr '" during previous rains, the In Wake Of Twister
..t i principal said, with no satis-
'. to date.
.': 4.' factory remedy J.D. Seymour points to roof damage at his cottage during Tuesday's

U.S.. 301 (Temple Avenue) twister on Kingsley Lake.
was flooded again at the old
trouble spot, Pratt Street intersection I

and several stalled At a conference with several tional water draining into 301 early solution Because of a through this'area, would do to 1
cars were towed away to dry city officials last April, main- following construction of three lack of funds. He said the project their holdings. Under present
-
Traffic was backed conditions it
ground. upi is deemed
tenance supervisor J.E. new high school buildings facing is on a priority list to be
Ifor several blocks along the Rogers said the 48-inch drain the highway. Increasedroof funded in the future, and pre-- possible that a quartermileradius
busy jammed highway.The pipe now in use is inadequate.He area at the school dumps dicted the job would be done around the intersection
suggested the city join with more rainwater into the sys- within the next five years. could be inundated in hurri- I

long-standing problem county officials to urge the tem, which otherwise would Meanwhile, each heavy rain cane weather
I 1 results from drainage pipes state to fund construction of run off in other directions or means flooding of property in The frustration of county
N
that are undersized for the an enlarged drainage systemin soak into the ground.In the Pratt-301 area, and and city officials in trying to
r, volume of water falling duringa that area. a letter to the Bradford business and resident get the problem corrected was
iti flash flood, according to a The situation has worsenedin Commislson last property owners at the In- expressed by Councilman
recent months due to addi- County Harold "We've been
DOT spokesman. April, J.A. Moss, DOT district tersection shudder to think Epps.
fooling around with this for 20
maintenance engineer said what an eight to ten-inch rain,
"
which has been known to years, he said. "We need a
is
the department aware of the "
problem, but promised no accompany hurricanes plan.
I Teacher Contract

Alan Pooser

Nearing Approvalvoted Honor GraduateIn ,

Back-To-School Old Food Stamps EngineeringAlan

LAKE BUTLER3cspresentatives to dissolve, leaving
May Be Exchanged from a UCTA the sole bargaining Pooser, son of Mr and "4"rY'tpR
(EJlJ(! JlJ J J 13 J I3 teacher bargaining group and agent for Union County Mrs. Carlyle Pooser,
For New Series the Union County School teachers.As graduated with honors from
administration agreed on the the School of Electrical
of a teacher a formality, the electionis
1/2 Off Prices Marked ATLANTA Food stamp composition bargaining unit and set a date expected to be ordered. Florida Engineering, on August,' University 30. of
recipients possessing old food for determining that unit in a Choices would be UCTA or no
coupons after the August 31 public hearing Tuesday, Sept. bargaining unit. x He is a member of Phi Kap-
: : Must 'Go-! expiration date may exchange<: .2,,in the courtroom.. ., VThenegotiators agreed"-on- pa Phi honopeociety, Eta Kap- ,
Everything :
them for new ones, tht.U.S. Pfeiffer from the the unit's composition, which I pas' Nu electrical engineers ayr
Stephen ,
Department of Agriculture'sFood
would include instructional national honorary, the In-
and Nutrition Service public Employees Relations stitute of electrical Elec-
of
personnel holding state
Baby ClothesKid Commission in the Depart
(FNS) reports. ment of Administration in Florida teaching certificates tronics Engineers National
Clothes Tallahassee, talked with ranked III or above (those Society of Professional
Until August 31, the old type Howard McNeil ad- with a bachelor's degree and Engineers, and was awardedthe
Teens Outfits coupons may be used at ministrative assistant to the some education courses) and W. Austin Smith
authorized retail food stores. superintendent, at the morning under contract to or otherwise Scholarship.Alan .
'' After that date, officials said, meeting. employed by the School Boardof
Dresses they will not be accepted at Union County, and ex- and his wife, Sarah,
grocery stores, but can be of the hearing was eluding non-public and their two sons will live in
: Purpose
Sat Sept. 6 Only 9 A.M. Coats exchanged for new stamps at to hear facts on the question of managerial, confidential, Tallahassee where he is Modern living
local offices designated by who will represent the administrative, supervisory employed by Gulf States
state agencies. The exchangewill teachers in collective personnel, substitutes and Engineering Associates.

Located 5 BLKS E. be dollar for for old.dollar value bargaining, and, if an electionis deans. It's part ofeach
I new stamps needed to signify a
I They also agreed that if an UCI Inmate
+j Of Hwy 301 & 16 time bargaining and team, decide the election is held, it will be on and
place. every
'.f A new series of stamps $1, Oct. 22.Riherd. Stabbed To Death
$5,and$10- was introduced on
Pfeiffer was called in as a
Sponsored By Starkes March 1, 1975, replacing the result of a petition filed earlier Elected RAIFORD A 31-year-old mobile home we sell.
series.
and
old 50 cent $2 $5 this year by the Union County inmate was stabbed to death
The amendments to the food Teachers Association (UCTA) Planning Council Monday at the Union
i I "SOUND OF PRAISE"Teen stamp published regulations in the Federal was that asked for assistance in Correctional InstututionalUCI What you want is the good life style,
unit. here.
1 organizing a bargaining ( ) conveniences.
Register on August 22 and SecretaryTreas.LAKE with all the modern

: ( Singing Group) became effective im Recently, the Union County BUTLER Paul John Wesley Odum of St. But not if it's going to cost an arm

mediately. Professional Organization Riherd was elected secretary- Petersburg received chest and a leg. .. .. _
.. treasurer of the North Central wounds' in the morning in-
Florida Regional Planning cident, said John Thompkins, You'll find that it doesn't, when you
Council at t the meeting Aug. 28 assistant superintendent of look into one of our modern mobile
in Gainesville. UCI.
Mustang's Riherd is the president of Odum was serving a six- homes. You'll find everything you
\\Holidait' I armers and Dealers Bank in month to 10- ear sentence for want at a price you demand.
[ Lake Butler, and is a Union robbery and assault. He en-
SUPER County commissioner. tered the corrections systemin
The Council is made up of early 1972 and was tran- See Mark & Elaine Olin
Inn voluntary local governmentswhich sferred to UCI on Sept. 24,
finance it. Among its For More InformationOLIN'S
duties, the Council assists in 1973.His body was taken to
local planning, including Alachua General Hospital for
regional impact reviews. an autopsy. Suspects names MOBILE HOMEHwy
Gulf This council is made up of 11 are being withheld pending
counties plus nine city govern- further investigation, 100 W. 964-5606, Starke,
1011 N. Templki e ments. Thompkins said.

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See Our'Special JUST READY
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1915 Grand Haven E 1 r AJOB FOR SELF-THINKING

$ DUAL PROTECTION FOR ALL ,t- ., ), : ,

By Redman NEW
mM Over Cost SENSIBLE LEADERSHIP NEW IDEAS
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Red Carpet Installation AND SERIOUS '!
2 II -"FK fi SAFETY

S y. t FOR STARKE
60x12 OBER AND SINCERE '

Balance Not IncludedX669500 .0 L

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NERGETIC AND EFFICIENT !
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He will work contlnously to eliminate Djjpg abuse and cjepltebettsr relations with all our <

Mobil Horn* CarWash I t t. young people. Your vote and support is greatly desired i, )four.confidence\ !, will never be. I

'," ,I c betrayed. Vote..for the man who desiresfto better h S' lty aril h. Experience working ; )

.Starke,'Florida -;., '904ge,47212A": \: ,';; ,with our youth.- 3 .1 M* 3<1 J- ;It




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4 Offices On Line In Hampton VotingHAMPTON I'


Bruno is a member of the a mayor's night prior to every Verdo Salter has lived in p l I'Sherman's
Chamber of Commerce and monthly council almost 13
The election is city meeting Hampton years. Mobil Service
five and the Bradford County to open city hall for complaints Lonnie Thompson and his
only days all
away Development Committee. compliments or suggestions wife Mary are both in the
four openings in this town'sgovernment o
are highly con- Another in the mayor's race to report back to the council race. They came to 750 W. Madison .St.
tested. is William H. Summers city council; splitting his Hampton five years ago. Mr.
retired owner of two Bradfordcounty check, donating half to a worthy Thompson retired as a r Starke, Phone 964-8850
Three men are grabbing for motels. Summers livedin cause; rotating gasoline teacher of arts and crafts in CRA'W.FORDTop .
the mayor's seat. Arthur Starke 10 years before moving business on a monthly basis California. Mrs. Thompson is BY NEIL. I .,
Bruno Hampton General to Hampton four years to insure fair business shares a retired nurse from the same 1 1 f.
Store manager and local ago. He is a member of the competing gas stations and state. 111
water supplier, was mayor for Elks Club, Association of toll-free calls to Starke and Also in the race Eugene ; : .MONARCH
two in 1972 and 1974. He Retired Persons Florida
years Keystone Heights at a Taylor has lived in Hampton 1
was, defeated last year by Hotel and Motel Association. nominal monthly rate. three years. He is a retired : FIBERGLASS
current mayor Charles Changes the 73-year-old William K.- Brown is also Florida Power Corporation. :
Williamson. Summers would like to see are running for the mayoral seat. employee. BELTED TIRE ''1
Brown has lived in Hampton Joe Forsyth and Jerry TUNE UP
19 years. He works at Sunland Wadsworth Sr. are other can- SERVICES INCLUDE) y
ANNUALS & VEGETABLE Training Center. didates in the council race. 1. Install new points condenser -

Current mayor Charles Current city clerk Shirley and mayor| J,,1
Williamson, said he wouldn'trun Forsyth is giving up her brand plugs
PLANTS again. Mary Lee Allen and Iris Hart 2. Set dwell and carbure ,jl

Four people are bidding for are vying for that post. A tor. F78X14- S7A.80 <
the city marshal position. Hampton native, Mrs. Allen is 3. Time engine G78X14- $28.80 ,
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 4. Diagnostic engine asH78x14$29.80 \
A Jacksonville native
69 Dan Johnson. She graduatedfrom alysis. Plus Tax and Old Tire I'
Chuck Crowder 23, is tryingfor
TRAY that spot, against present and is Bradford a member High of the School First six Bassmastera to fish classic Sept. 6, (t-r): For Most U.S. Cars Free Balancing t
city marshal Ed Brooker Ray Church of Starke. Jody Starling Nell Crawford Don Brown, Don Thompson
Goolsby and Ralph Green. Baptist Mrs. Hart has lived in Harold Branham Pat Welch. Cylinder $18.50 September Specials
APPLY FALL FERTILIZER NOW! The 30-year-old Brooker graduated Hampton for more than five Cylinder $21.50

I School of from Prisons the and Federal was years. She has a high school The long-awaited and much in Rodman. I sure hope they Cylinder r $24.50 J78xl4 4 PLY RAYON .J
GROTONE JII
i appointed marshal the education and 16 years of talked-about classic is only like hydrilla, too. FRONT END
: beginning of city this year. At the bookkeeping and secretarial hours away with the top six I'm wondering if Dale and ALIGNMENT 18" PLUS TAX
WEED & FEED $798 1 l
: council meeting Tuesday experience.In bassmasters of the 1974-75 A.T. would like to fish the Precision alignmentby
i night, Brooker appointedAlvin a special election June 3 season competing.Each classic, just to say they have skilled mechanics.
Bag Covers 25,00 Sq. Ft. this 104 voters ALTERNATORGENERATORAND
Fisher as his auxiliary year Hampton will have a partner fished Rodman. Dale and S11.9S
GROTONE member. Brooker said at decided to appoint the city but only the fish caught by the AT., it's supposed to be a STARTER SERVICE i
n.& earlier meetings he wanted an marshall and elect the clerk. top six will be weighed in at secret but I'm going to let the
PELLETS $598SAVE auxiliary to take over the city They also voted to extend the the classic. cat out of the bag: The
WAS when he was not there train- term for mayor from one to "When the going gets tough Bassmaster banquet will be at a HEADLIGHTS ADJUSTED'
I", 50 lb. Bag ra ing them on his own time. He two years. That goes into the tough get going" was the Rodman, Sept. 20, t I it *
I also announced at the council effect after this election. attitude of the top six duringthe P.S., It wouldn't surpriseme.

6-6-6 $499With meeting Aug. 12 that anyone past year. Several USED TIRES
needing police assistance Bassmasters threatened to "
Minors 50 Lb. Bag might call him at his home or StretchSewing move into the top six but Bass wishes .\
at the jail.Ralph pride among the six leaders Neil Crawford ,
Green and Ray Class To ResumeThe prevailedHarold 1

Hahn Goolsby long had council no comments.The seat open. first place Branham with 1,002 finished points.in -.7 Our flat: Annual. Sal. No Gimmick C 1
AND WHAT II A NOW CAR AFTBR IT'S SEEN DRIVEN A FEW MILElrtT I
has drawn the most competition. Don Thompson finished a
Stretch sewing class of
'
The Mower
Tough Riding Gloria Holmes close second with 964 points. mlJG .;
Mrs. will *'
e ...,With 2 Year Warranty A. C. (Buck) Dennison Is resume Thursday night Neil Crawford finished third c W 1.J c; LI oaa.: ( If i; :
Pat Welch :
currently on the council with September 4, at 7 p.m. at the with 902 points. 1I.li
The
on Drive :
fourth with 746 points.
placed
<
18 of service. He has Pratt Street Recreation
years ,
.* SystemCOMPARE lived in Hampton for 53 years.A Center. Jody Starling placed fifth with :I:;; _

". 3-year veteran of the This is the second level or 689 points. Don Brown placed m .L1 1E? sm'=:1
\ 8HP council, P.H. Lott, Jr. is course in the series of classes sixth with 647 points. As you a. -
J running for re-election. He has under sponsorship of the can see, it was very close. "
75 VW Rabbit 75 Chev Nova 6"
Z &O
'
Starke Recreation Rodmanof all placeswas < 75 Chev' Ton
lived in for 53 Dept.
Hampton _
years.A De' In' 4Spd.. ... *
: Y.INw 4-Dr. MeI,11C/ O..n H.tchuck C. 3
retired construction Registration will be held at drawn for the site of the .. Cu.to"' Del. LWe. RAN. ...... AM."M.,....,' ...c. AC, "S, AT .AN. 1490 .'
30"CutAND worker from Charlotte, N.C., the Center.DeWittC.Jones'. Bassmaster classic. E> 200 Mil" 15ODI. App903 m ONLOr'0 MiIN. :!I Ado
Bassmasters will launch at $3399 $4188 $3777 ;'
.
r Kenwood Landing Sept. 6 at 8

$ 9I 5 a.m. Bassmasters are expected DiW:: '75 Ford Pinto '75 MGB Rdst '74 Pont. Ventura Me :
YOU'LL to return to Kenwoodby .... _. .
699 '30 Mil. .c.AC AT Deco a Arc"e whllO.AM."M'10.10 H'. V.I Rallre Wh. so. !
: 7 p.m. Actually, Ot"IChromo: "ec. M.... Vinyl, M.Ie. tio4, Man S mo.. 011. AT, PS RAN, "ec. AC, ".000 mq"Riot. =
Bassmasters can fish '. W'W. "I" strlpop. ......10. Ton0.au.. 0",. SHOO Mil. limply .ulllul > ._
BUY HAHN
J Fuineral'Home' anywhere they can travel by E;' $3366 $4655 $2966
water. In other words, they :I
could go through the locks on p: '7 Hard an Ton '74 Dasher (VW) '74 Vega G.T. E i'

the barge canal and fish the 'Cyl.Auto T'.....,H.W ......1.... MIeI.I.h' .Iu., PM 4....... AI' M. Orson. Wa0.n.. 4....... ...c. ",..
LO.IDA 539 East Call St. STARKE PHONE. 964-6200 St. Johns River etc. LWI RON Cond.. 7.Dr. AC, 16141. NaOo... ,'e.. 11I_

PH.. 964-5145 RENTAL It is my understanding that *: $2588 $3199 $2544 :...
EST
HOSPITAL BEDS.WALKERS. WHEEL CHAIRS the locks are in operation .
Complete Professional I* CRUTCHES between 7:30: a.m. and 4:30: AE '74 Ranger SLY '74 Vega Hatchback '74 AMC Jeep 5'I.

ONTROL Pest Control Services HEIGHTS p.m. Anyone traveling to the .= ...... LW' AT, PS, "I L. ...... 20.008 MI. ".e. AC, Au" Vollow Camas TOil. V-I Tow :; .
a aruL a KEYSTONE PHONE 4733176IT'S TIr St. Johns River better .1 TI'.. S....i.. ...c. Air C.M.trio.; ... Now 001I15.., Radl... Oar. Eta .011 .... Ro5pdoV Mff
remember these hours. $3933"
r J .L.Lr j 2522
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-- ". The Corps has just released !Ii
thosehyacinth weevils ,. '74 Maverick
some
74 Chev.J 34 Ton 74 Pinto Runab 4IL
w. ..u.. v., "... T.n. With : 4. .....1.1.. 7.Dr.. Whit. Cliii. Vinyl' Top. 1:2":
P.C. Coio Cy'' AT D0.DIM I
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5.0p.c.
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TIME i Wayne L. Fulmer i 71 $2899 $2788 "I'IZ i y w*'


I. 7401d Toranado....., IIIvN13AMC I ...HornetTN, '73leMans... 4-Dr i I
FOR A CHANGE c 11Y V.lour.1 'pllt Whllo M.roon With VT. ".c. .
''New CommunityBank a Z Vinyl Top"M Slane,Tilt,"wr. ".!chuck. "Cy'' AT, IS. ".C. AC. ".OGO. PS. P{ AT, "."10. ; :D
Windows A Seat. C..I.. ".c AC. Now 46090-Now :
C
AC. sic.
a C, $2399 $2788- nFot.
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i OfficerWayne U :w '73 Dodl8 Dart '73 Grand Prix '73lott.Craft =_! 0t

:I t" .Down .S.5..1.,.Sod With WII"Wltll 'u"uncly, Vlny''Top ?.....,.4 Ch.I.....H" 'vln. "' :1
ElectA t: .. Vinyl' T..... ..s. AT ".c. AC. 71.000 Maas. "wr. Wln"ow", "M lei. MM..n EYIMYda Sullm:::
1:1: Sport 31$ Factory Map. Slo,., "''''y.11 Whl.. ...c.AC.Troller, Itc. O.IV. Tilt Tr."er m aaliI

:I $2455 $3744 $1722 ; 7K

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'73 Duster A Coonsole Ford J, Ton 13TBJOhmo LWS
'uC"- AT 4
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Li.C ; 302. LW. U.OO8 Mil. = e

11': $2277 $2366 $2233
Man ; N

C '73 Chev. Dump '73 Chev.J, Ton UIas73 0Torino Spt.: -
C = ...... ".GOO Mil... 2.S...... A... Arctic Wlllt.. .......; 'Cyl. ''0 .w... N f
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f PTOC40.. How LWV. ".c. AC =
5 1 ;
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With $2277 $2444 7
Experience Z MLW
'73 Chev. % Ton '73 Bel Air '73IH Scout

.. .01.., AT. PS, H7. Air 4-Dr. Ch.". Family Sty". Air Or.....4 W151. Dr.,"ull Tim.I.S p: *
/ Con"AT, PS,Sidle. Vinyl Top.I0.. 5
Family Man i wl iC2I'$21i"99 $2033 AM'$3i$ s'i


'73 Mere Mont. '73 Plym. Satellite = !3!!
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Long-time Resident $3455 11 $2622
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Concerned with L. Fulmer L I '72 Ford F250 '72 Torino 4-0 '72 Jeep Wagoneer ;"11
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Law and Order. Wayne L. Fulmer 32, of $3388
$4077
Jacksonville, has joined the a '_ $1666 T Tu 5'i

staff of the Community State : t72 G.T. '72 Ton i.9
72 Mazda 808 Dodge
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Youth Bank of Starke and will Vega
Especially
: Sliver w.. AC, Auto 4.Sp.. Sultally R..1. L Adv. III'. AT, AC, Me .....Ie...
duties
loan .Ii
assume as a officer .....
IM.Mr. On Owner' C.mp.r ''$C. Orion' a WnN
Sept. 8. iT' $1733 $1222 : C
A '72 graduate of the $1099

University of Florida School; W '72 Ford J, Ton ; I
of Fulmer : 72 Chev. Van 7tKarmann Ghia I
Banking, brings to
Starke .!II n C.20. 4Y. Ton. H7 190. '.. Vellow C.... ........ AC. Tut.n Orion. WIN.. M.NMn1!
\ 14 years experience as :I T...... Ta/p.r. Std. Tr..... an In...I"'Cai
vice president of commercialloans $2288 Pl Air C....
at the Barnett Bank of $1811 yy

On Murray in Jacksonville. *; I '72 Electra Cpes.
Fulmer is a member of the l I Iftl .. ... '72 D. .71 Chew. C-30 *
) one WhI On. SI IIoIIt
Robert Morris Association _.. WI'" ..&c. -. w..... ...... 0,._ is." wins 2 p_11_ ajjaoai
Jacksonville Credit Men and .... man"43r0osY. Your Wltft NMd foc_ and .lIye !Dash WNN/1/ V-1 JI. .M I O .
Sept. 9 American Institute of \ CMICI' siriPso. .p.All ..".. ".."., Duty TrII. I

Banking. He will live with-his II:: $2599 .$1844 $2177. 0I
wife, the former Sharon Mannof ,= .
Jacksonville and two '71 Dadee % Ton : .
ElectJESSE children ages four and five at UJI 71?conlNO.302. 1/tRims414-5d.30', 0..11. LW Std. T'_ ,

Silver Heights.Sands Lake in Keystone $1788 "uuosi55''s'; $i344 a :r ,


W '70 Chew. /4 Ton '70 Cuda '70 Datsun Truck ,: II' I

I.. 'w,. 117 't. .Iu., AT .S. AC OrMtl.. Stoke lady .1 y'd8 .
Varsity Football $1177 $1366 $999 ; M


Season Tickets :5 '71 GhiN CVTm '71 Sedan Derille .'71 Datsun Wagon : a

D. BRANSON A.N T..... SIN. EIW wi" M.7dlIN VMrTN... ..... .... ....... ...... NiOhM '
; Ready For Sale 13! T.... Air C_. RM. I wise IN Ce -W $1833 $2499 $966' ;,i

I Season football tickets are : t
now on sale in the Bradford f.c '10 Mustang '71 Chrysler ;
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Chief of PoliceI High School office. For ,in- RN POdB.dt ..,.. 3 Isol ;:i!
as .formation, or to reserve seats 1$1111, $1122
call Mrs. Lois Bennett at 964- '.. !
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I WILL SERVE ALL OF THE PEOPLE EQUALLY WITH 24-HOUR SERVICE 6640. M; TWO .LOCATIONS xY
Since the first home game is

'on September 12, Mrs. Bennett -. !; KEYSTONE 473-4470 MELROSE !!.11&5

Your Vote and Active Support Will Be Deeply Appreciated. calling suggests early to coming reserve seats.in or AND WHAT IS ANIW CAS APTIR IT'S/IIN' DRIVEN. A PEW ,. t1

The price of reserved Beata for OurfBtnnnualSal. Na Clmmlckm inPage

all home varsity games is $12.n .



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