Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 17, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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97th Year STARKE. FLORIDA Cents
48th Issue Thursday June 17.1976 Copy

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vt b 1Yl, 'I y A soul-searching session highlighted by an

unseconded motion by Commissioner Joe Warren to fire

r f aI- Listed; City Attorney George Pierce and a successful motion to
change auditors kept city commissioners rapping for
more than three hours Tuesday night.

Net output of the meeting was lots of conversation and
very little action as Warren lost every motion he made
while City Clerk Merrill Edwards took strong exceptionto

Mayor-Commissioner Charles Schaefer's motion to

Attorney Charges dismiss the present auditors Gainesville-based firm
Purvis, Gray & Co., and "hire a local CPA" Pat Farnsworth -

.assuming he was willing. Obviously unhappy with
LAKE BUTLER council meeting. Pritchettthen the change Edwards intimated that conflict of interest
Controversy over ownershipof denied allegations by
land in Townsend Additionto Carroll that New River and/or nepotism was involved in the change though
the city remained in the Developers (NRD) own 56 naming no names.

.... spotlight as attorney Wayne acres of property in Lake In making his anti Pierce authorized ordinance he drew
Carroll appeared before the Butler, showing a letter from motion- gesture he pre- up himself.
: city council Wednesday, June the county property appraiser dicted would die a.borning- Warren termed this a "car
3 9 to accuse New River showing only 16 acres owned Warren said he was following dinal sin for any attorney,"
Developers of not paying by the company. through on a threat made at saying "someone is making
I This new substation lies the City Starke electric system Into Within two years this new ir.O.MlO substation could he providing taxes on property within the the last council meeting. In decisions for me and I don't
i i Florida Pipwer and Light, which this summer will provide( a most of the city's entire power demand cheaper than the city can city.Carroll Carroll was not present at explaining his action, he like it." Warren said he later
safety factor which should D'I8urecity residents of no brownouts.S'lbstatollIs generate the power. ] said that Marvin last month's city council charged Pierce with ill\ joined with other councilmen .
Pritchett and two other men meeting. Pritchett was not advice, advice, and making in voting for the Pierce ver-
own 44 acres of land within the present at the June 9 meeting. council policy by bringing in sion because it "beat nothing"and
; City'sSafet"Valve city 'limits which have not an ordinance "he wrote him- would get the council by a
been included in city tax rolls. Carroll further accused self" without being given July 1 deadline to name a
Deeds to the property are Pritchett of offering part of authority to do so by the coun- planning agency.
The City of Sta rke's new the city from being without watts)lout of the power plant period?" Dees asks. The big recorded in the clerk's office the 44 acres in Townsend cil committee involved.
doubled tloctrical tie-in with electricity The city dues not plus the present 1.5 megawatt unit was down for three weeks and are on county tax rolls, Addition in east Lake Butler "Too long this council has
Florida Tower and Light now have the firm capacity, tie-in with FPL Peak demand recently after a fire in the but not city rolls, which for sale contrary to a prior gone with other people making
should be operational meaning the capacity minus last summer was around 9 power plant. What if the fire deprives the city of about $100 statement that NRD had no policy," Warren charged,
tomorrow (Friday, June 18.) the largest generating unit, to megawatts had happened during a peak in taxes each year, Carroll property for sale. Carroll said He said that he and Epps adding "...as a council that's
Utilities SupMerrill\ Decs meet demands during peak "We have only one mega- demand period. Dees also said.The that an "option to buy" had "tried desperately"work to about as weak as you can
says. periods In the hottest part of watt to work with" states asks. He points out the entire attorney represented agreement dated August, meet with Pierce to on a get."
Before this summer is over summer, which is coming up Supt. Decs plant could easily have gone Councilman T.S. Thomas in 1975, was on file with the city proposed comprehensive Commissioner Silcox obviously -
I the new $50,000( substation shortly. "What would happen if the up in flames That's another his presentation which was a clerk to prove not only planning ordinance; had been irritated, said "Joe is
may prove to be the factor At best, the city can now get largest generator ((3.3OO KW) reason the FPL tie-in is a follow-up to a presentation by ownership, but intent to sell, unable to do so, and that making out the council is
j which prevents some parts of less than 10 megawatts ((10,000 would go down in a peakis (See Pane!( 2) Pritchett at last month's cityBoard See( I'jge!( 2) council Pierce showed up with at the next weak and someone is making
..;: meeting an un- decisions for it.The more I lls-
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r ten the madder I get.If you
and Pierce have something to
I Pushes School Fending settle between yourselves
then go to it, but leave the rest
of us out. No one makes deci-
sions for me."

Pierce explained his inability '
to get together with the
But Omits BHSFrom Projectthe committee giving a some
1 what different version than
...... Warren's and adding that the

Omitting the Bradford High explained fencing around the the strongest method he can opinion cf Casey as In- His treatment as principal, r? .4' other charges just didn't
campus, the Bradford school high school was an alternate think of.Chairwoman. coming principal. Casey saidas would be to give the studentsthe a? tf deserve comment.
board approved for submis- on his bid sheet because state Pat Spenglersaid a prospective candidate for opportunity to be respon- t rna Warren's motion that "the
sion to the Stale Department funds can be used only to she had always wantedthe superintendent, he felt ill at sible as often as possible, city attorney be dismissed and
I of Education plans for wire fence elementary schools due fences at the elementary ease in attempting an answer, Casey said. But he expects to relieved of all duties" was
mesh fencing around the to a safety to life i act or. schools. Mrs. Spengler asked but would try. (Sec Page!( in seconded by Epps for pur-

I county's elementary schools, Board Member Rodney Hall -- u ...mm lS.." (1'.I t' 21:
as a safely measure and to first indicated reluctance to

enforce Bradford a High closed School campus at received fence the support high from school.Chair He New Water Rates To Be Set NIitchellBroWnAnnounces

I The board also asked archi- Pat who said
woman Spengler \ I I I
tect Craig Salley to prepare BUS students objected to ForCommission
plans for gates across streetsto being treated like kindergar-

around control the vehicular Starke Elementary traffic- teners.Holliday Board said if the member fences are Art For Prison Medical CenterLAKE

Bradford High and not going up he'd like to see
Mitchell Brown, a Lawtey
Bradford Union Vo-Tcch Center more volleyball, tennis, and BUTLER A new to re-set the llyear-old rate. prison allows the city to raise resident announced this week
complexes Salley handball courts constructedwith water rate will be set for A study, presented by city the rate each five years, but intentions to seek the District
the money, "somethingthe service from the city to the accountant Harvey Budd the city has not yet done so. One seat on the Bradford
i u otun students do use a lot." Reception and Medical Center showed that the prison facility Bud compared the Lake County Commission, becom-
: Board member Arthur Gas- south of here, following a is paying 18 cents for the first Butler rates with other local i t ing the first challenger for a
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kins voiced strong support for report to the city council 1,000 gallons of water and is services, citing Starke's water vfil $ "t, rti county post.
; the fencing at Bradford High, Wednesday, May 9, that the then charged a declining rate rate of 47 cents andGainesville's n f yi Brown, 49, and a native of

..... .. ..... pointing out the board voted a prison facility is paying for large usage. This was high rate of 69 Bradford County, is married
almost fourth the water rate compared to the resident cents 1,000 gallons.
I J a city per
year ago to fence all schools, and has three children. In the
including BUS. charged to city residents. rate of 67.5 cents per 1,000 1950's, Brown served on the
: City attorney Hal Maines gallons of water. Budd said that t money from
off. Council and
"Things kept holding Lawtey City was
I will meet with officials, The old contract betweenthe other portions of the city 1. '
r There is still no fence, and the Town Marshal. He is pre-
ajchitect has plans now... as authorized by the council, city and the overcrowded budget, primarily federal e sently in the insurance busi-
THURS, JUNE 17 "All this doesn't come for revenue sharing funds, is ness and feels that through his
nothing. Are we just to abandon w; TT'v. Yi:.:',' being transferred into the : work he may maintain a close
water account to make up for
1; BC HOSPITAL BD. : the idea? Gaskins asked. the low rate charged the contact with the people of the
"You know have school
we a county.
: 7:30 :
: p.m. :: He also said
1 that has not been prison "Because of the nature of
:; Hosp. Conference Rm. ::: .1.1I .1s the paid 40
prison only percentof
:. ::: adhered to, Gaskins pointed my work, I am well known in
11 SAT., JUNE 19 :: out. which the ran city about water$51.000 revenues last City Gets First Pit lice l "ofnInStarke all areas of the county. I feel
rr;: ::: The board voted 4-1, that the very fact that I am
:::: CLASS OF '" ::: Gaskms opposing for Rodney year. councilsuggested Police Department's first gun.toting: lady picks up her constantly circulating
By ,
:: REUNIONS ::: Hall's motion to proceed with consensus the weapon from Chief Jimmy Bowen who says he is really pleased throughout the county will
:: p.m. Country Club ::: fencing the elementary rate be at least prison's doubled.water with Pat Williams' performance since joining the squad June 10. give me access to the people's
*: Contact John Bradley ::: schools and to erect gates to !Mrs Williams completed a 320:! -hour Basic Police Standards (. .
3 fr P.O. Box 917, Starke ::1: control cars. Holliduy gave I course while clerking for the county court for two years. The .:.: :.: the second and hall Holliday, In other action at the mother of two boys, she classified a sharpshooter with a hand- .''
:::.: HAM RADIO ::: Spengler and member J.T. regular monthly meeting gun."We're
::. OPERATORSStatewide ::: Parrish voted for the motion. council reviewed petitions for ready for a police woman. There are limes such as
::;::: Meeting ::: Hall opened the lengthy dis- six candidates seeking three accidents,rapes and family disturbances,w here the presence ofa
:: County Civil Defense ::: cussion by saying he'd like to city council seats in the June woman is essential" Chief Bowen says. Prior to Mrs.
1 Building 10:30a.m.-3p.m. 11 discuss the alternate, mean- 22 election. Incumbents TS Williams' entry to the force a policewoman was brought from
...:. .. ing the BUS fencing 4r' ThomasJr., William W. White Gainesville for such emergencies he says.
'{ MON.JUNE71 1;: "We seem to have drawn a ',- / -- and Mrs. Margie Cason Following some on -the-job training the chief hopes to 'turn
u .;. announced intentions to run. her loose" a patrol car in about two w eeks.
lot of criticism. However, we ;s: ,,;;;;;.r
;. 1 as well as contenders Violet m''
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I { Dinner 7 p.m. :+ Hall said, referring to students :: ...: z Beauregard Jimmy
'r: Meeting Sp.m. ::: crossing busy four-laned WhItehead, and Robert Raiford Council Plans uG
:: ::: US-301. Walker.
:': JULY3 i if ::: The "new administration," Council also the
:: : said Hall referring to ad- -- ... approved Iiiiurovciiiciit
of Projects
start construction of
a new
:;f BICENTENNIALCELETRATIONI f: ministrative shifts which will ......;:. ,. = county-city dog pound to be
::*? : make Tom Casey principal of = located on county property RAIFORD -. Hiring a Brailler the chairman said.
LAWTEY ? BHS for at least three months ':: behind RMC on the old airport "Green Thumb" employee, Council voted unanimously to r"f
::? Softball, volleyball, '.::: next term, requested of him a grounds. Construction will the town council here decided endorse the project at no
::: horseshoes, bake tale ::: three-month trial period to ...... .-- begin with drilling a well and Monday night to go ahead with expense to the council.
:::'' seed spitting contest, :: keep students on campus ...., -- installing a septic tank. several improvement projectsfor Council also agreed to allow
;:: fish dinners : through means other than a -= town property and discuss $150 from the budget to supplythe i
I r:::. lId fashioned ii: fence. Although nominees were not several others at a later
dress revue i "We are asinine to consideran To End I (,null ""';:i""i"{! discussed, the council adopteda meeting. lawn employee care equipment with tools and and

r; c.the _. ., :.:, overpass," Hall said, "We Although last Friday was the end of a long educational trek for resolution to join with the "Green Thumb" is a concrete sealer for the fire
j tried for 13 years to get permission many. It was the end of a nw beginning for lots of Bradford county In naming federally-sponsored programfor department.At
} & (fjommuniti!! from the but representatives to the local
} state, County >oung terf. Kindergarten student Julia Workman gives elderly low-income Brailler's suggestion, the
1 I frtatrT al1k received no answer." her teacher, Deborah Dixon a final hug In say thanks for a good planning agency as required persons who want to work no council also discussed buyinga ,
y r Hall mentioned possible alternatives start. Mrs. Dillon, finishing her second year at Starke Elementary by law. The county will have more than 30 hours per week lawnmower for Raulerson to big
i cf shrubbery or regretfully lets the youngster go, hoping they are prepared representatives, and Lake Willie Raulerson has been use in keeping city hall and
:$ A_. Iw.d u. pathways to divert pedestrian for the three H's to come In the year ahead. Julia It the Butler Raiford and doing grounds work for two ball diamond grounds
:;;.: '.01" UOOOOky"a: I. ._ rw i.. traffic from the busy highway.A daughter' of Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Workman Jr.. of HI. Z.Slarke. Worthington Springs will each weeks on tentative approval manicured but pospuned a .
};k;vi:: ::'rSxfhs; ::; :.}:;:{:{irY'::;:R{:Crir:::d::}{T,S fence with gates Hall said. have one member. from council chairman Leland I See I'auo :2)

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I Six Seek City Office In Tuesday LB VotingLAKE

BUTLER At least which six candidates will vie Cason, T.S. Thomas Jr., and in the race, which was termedby Union County School Board,
percent of the city's 648 for the three city council William W. White, will face some voters "quiet" and for which he has worked about
registered voters are seats, according to city clerk competition from challengers others "heated"Candidates 11 years. He said he would s
expected to turn out for the Jackie Johns. Violet Beauregard, Robert will run at-large continue to solicit opinions r
Tuesday, June 22 election fat Three incumbents, Margie Walker and Jimmy Whitehead with the three largest vote- from city residents to .r-
getters taking seats on the determine his voting on
r council. issues, a policy he has f. t
1I I Mrs. Cason, finishing her continued throughout his term '. .....
sixth year on the council, is of office. 1'
running on her "past record," "At no time have I dodgedan ...:
which includes one term as issue or voted for or
1'w city mayorcommissioner.She against a proposal that was
r has been a chief deputy in contrary to the wishes that our '
w the county clerk's office for citizens had made known tome 'J, L
'1 almost 15 years. The 40-year- ," White said. If :r' -. ----- __
old mother of one son is Two newcomers to city Robert Walker Violet Beauregird Jimmy Whitehead
--- married to Jesse M. Cason an politics are among those
of the Reception chilllenglng incumbents for
k. and employee Medical Center. the three council spots. set of administrative the council in 1972 and Is the fathers would have to "look
'. ..... Walker, 62, retired to Lake procedures to dictate how city onlyI challenger with ahead" or the city would be in
i + I Thomas, 51, first took seaton Butler in December, 1975, government should be run. experience in city politics. He trouble with water, sewage
1 the council three years ago. from Maryland where he wasa Walker also noted a need for a Is self-employed in the real and zoning. Being self-
i 'ioiAi; ;. He promises to give better purchasing agent for the preventative maintainance estate business and has lived employed, he feels that he has
1 service to the people of Lake University of Maryland lie program for city equipment in Lake Butler 22 years. time to spend learning what
1i, ...... Butler during the next two was born and spent about 14 and a lifeguard at Lake "I'm in the race to help the people want, and has an
m. ..-.. years working with all years in Lake butler before Butler. Lake Butler grow," active interest in keepingMrs.
William White Mrs. Margie Cason T.S. Thomas Jr. officials and departments for leaving and has owned Beauregard, 29, has Whitehead said, explaining taxes down.
improvements to the city. He property In the city for about been employed as secretary to that planning would be of
was employed with the State 20 attorney Wayne Carroll for utmost importance in the near Polls will be open for city
Smith Brothers Road Department for about 12 Walker's years. "first venture into the past three years. She was future. voters from 7 a.m. till 7 p.m.
years and is presently politics" is sparked by a raised in Raiford and has Whitehead said the city Tuesday.
receiving 100 percent desire to see more care usedin lived in Lake Butler for six
disability. the handling of city funds. years.
Body Shop 964.5267 "I shall I have fair for
Being retired, he feels he may "If elected 1 will work with
the taxpayers and try to help devote, time to concentrate on other council members to the
the council secure good value best of ability to see that
city business. He would like to my
U.S. 301 N. 1a Mi. N. Of City Limits for dollar "
every spent, see an itemized budget, so the needs of voters, taxpayersand FLAG
Thomas said. Unit taxpayers know citizens of Lake Butlerare
White first elected to the may
where their is being brought to the attention of
NoOpen money
council in 1972 is director of
other council members for -
spent and a city manager or
business services for the their thoughts, considerationand

All Types Of Snbstution'Win( mi' Page i) __ action. ," Mrs. Beauregardsaid. EEK
WITOBODY "Council members have to

Body Repair & Auto safety factor Dees points out. gallon a few years ago to over work together to see that
I\0 Dees says that the city has 30 cents. things get done. After all, it .
& Truck Painting V been buying current cheaper Last month the city paid 1.9 takes three to make a JUNE 13-.9
from FPL than the city itself cents per KW for FPL power, decision," she said.
_ _ can produce it. The city has compared to a cost of around Whitehead, 42, ran
L FREE ESTIMATES SPECIALISTS been cut off natural gas and three cents per KW to generate unsuccessfully for a seat on
fuel oil prices have skyrocketed its own current. The FPL
from nine cents per price fluctuates depending on

the however.surcharge each month, PierceWarren Feud

The new substation is builtto
handle a 7.5 megawatt tie-in (From Page 1))

__ _____ ,, ,, ,, ,,,. with FPL the
'' '' "N '' '' ---=''<'''-''' as soon as
!:$<'{'<''''''' --Y*" ''' W''' /1 : ? '' poses! of getting it on the floor suggested that it be updated to Warren's dissertation on
company agrees to supply the for discussion, but went down meet the needs of the 1970's. "the big fight" he claimed too
'>.oa .' city with that much power. 4-1 defeat with Warren castMost of the soul-searching see "shaping up between
of the FPL trans.
., :,' ," Output ing the only aye-vote. came on the subject of city- counties and cities' drew another
former in Starke is geared to
Warren also lost 3-2 on a county cooperation in light of reprimand from Silcox
the areas surrounding
supply motion to abide the the recent Court said this
"/ by 1960 Supreme who was a totally
Starke and FPL is giving the
city charter which provides decision on "double taxation" wrong approach to the
all it above that
Feel alive city demand can spare More FPL for appointment of a board of which Attorney Pierce said problems involved in both
again ... for the now city will involve adjustment to grant variances would have great impact" governing agencies working
power increasing FPL's capacity at from City Zoning Board ordlnan the city's next budget and together.
its local substation Dees ances. In a lengthy discussion. was bringing pressure on Warren said the fight would
says. Warren said that the charter counties and cities to work evolve from the fact that
Within two however.
Dees hopes to years be receiving the provides for a 5-member Zontogether on their tax struc "Starke is the hub of the
full 7.5 megawatts from FPL ing Commission and a 5- tures. county," and any growth
member board of Pierce said the would "from Starke
He also hopes to have four cir adjustment, Supreme come out
cuits, instead of the presenttwo and that"it takes four-fifths of Court had thrown it back in ward." He said he was willingthe
feeding from the new city council" to override the the laps of Circuit Courts to to cooperate with the county
> '- substation. With four circuitsthe latter. devise a formula for division "if it benefits the people of

entire town could be "What's the use of having a of city-county: ad valorem Starke, and I want a city
charter if we don't go by it?" taxes unless the cities and attorney who will be on our
},, supplied.
,";""'::/-: ::"' } )> ;''.." '" ._ Warren asked. counties did the job themside in the fight."

......,.-"..' > ,' '' 't>. .:,!fjdi: ., -. I "Are you saying to ignore selves. Silcox asked "Why does
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;' .'.,. ,. t" ...". Tilt: BHAOFOIII l ) it?"he asked Pierce, when the "No one knows yet what the there have to be a fight?
'. : ( COUNTY TKLKCiKAPIIPublished : : ; latter explained the charter formula will be," Pierce said That's the last thing we need.
: wary Thursday was adopted when Starke was "and it may lead to the evenWe must sit down and worka
at 1:18: W. fall Street much smaller town, "and tual consolidation of cities and this thing out in a reasonablesome
Slarke. Florida 32091 things were probably counties, or perhaps even the way."
overlooked due to expe abolition of cities in a merger Schaefer requested representatives -
SI'CUIIIIa.\ ....postage paid diency." with their counties." He said of the press at theWarren's
al Stal kI'. ""oridaSub'lcrlpUtlllltatfs the city-county: tax division meeting to note that Warren
Your spirits soar. You feel motion to hew to was a complex matter and was speaking strictly for himself
the letter of charter lost
relaxed. Alert. Alive. Well-rested. : 3.could not be based on population and not for any other
He and voted for
2. Epps themotion
In trade area: $r..11I1 per factors alone.Carroll member of the council.
You've had a sound night's sleep. year; $S.l.3itsi months and Silcox Jackson,
and Schaefer against it.

And feel good. You've slept on Epps, however, qualified his
you Outside! trade urea: 17.Ml( Cli urges I From Page I\I __ -
a Beautyrest. You've slept in firm per)"ar: $Loll( six months vote by staling the I960 char.
ter was badly outmoded and property in Townsend lines installed in the

deep, comfort. You woke up readyto Addition. Townsend area.ark's .
SI. M "They said they were in the Lowell Shadd a member of
the world. You know
conquer now rock haulm and agriculture the Union County Taxpayersbusinessandhadnointerestin :

there is no more comfortable Child Can ing' Center Association owns a mobile
the sale and development ofthe home that is parked across a
mattress in the world. You also know A Structured Pre-Scho property," Carroll said. city alleyway, in violation of
ol I
Program For ChildrenYears The feud began several the city charter, Carroll told
why. It's because of the unique 2 Thru 4' Old months ago when Thomas the council in addition to the

Beautyrest individually pocketedcoils hired Carroll to defend him Pritchett comments.
QualifiedNonl Teacher. against allegations by Council authorized the city
that give firm individualized Profit F Pritchett and members of the attorney to check out the

support to every part of your body. Hours 7:30: 5:30:
Tell your friends. So they can feel alive Call 964-5371 Or Wr,ite PO. Box 1012 Starke, Fla.improperly used his position illegal practices.
Limited Camcitv Aootcat Bang Accepted Now on the council to get city roads Stepping out of the attorney-
again too. paved and water and sewer client! role; into that uof Lit
ciuen. Carroll said he
detected "note of arrogance"in
Pritchett and NRD,
FUNERAL NEEDS because they had more money
than the average Union
.with a new ; saq1f County residents. He said the

Your funeral director will maintain in his establishment a broad selection of wealthy shouldn't gain special
8&S $fg *% the items customarily used in the funeral process. Your funeral director offers could afford just them.because they

BeautyrestlBack {Y r 1 a range of caskets vaults, and clothing for your convenience. These items will

vary from moderately inexpensive to expensive in cost and should include a
wide selection within each price range. RaifordCouncil.I


Care I The casket, probably more than any other funeral item, has achieved a From( Page I II)
position of importance in the eye of the public. The casket, however, is not the decision until the July councilmeeting.
funeral. Caskets serve as the final enclosure for the body of the deceased and .
are availabe in a broad range of prices reflecting differences in material and In discussion of
Per Piece
Twin Size 11995 construction quality beautification projects, the
council voted to raise a flag or

Full Size M49"Queen Per Piece Basically: there are three different materials used in casket construction: 4.two Brailler over city will hall buy before materials July

cloth covered soft wood, polished hardwood, and metallic caskets made of and erect the pole and

Size $359" Per Set Have a good dayKings steel, cooper, or bronze. There are varying degrees of quality and councilwoman Joyce Norman
croft manship! in each of these casket types. will buy a Bicentennial flag
and Florida flag to fly in
$49995 per set .. a Beautyrest day Your< quality of a specific casket. will also be Involved in the

You should expect to find for each casket A concrete walkway for the
an accurate description of its
front of the city hall was also
qualities with its cost plainly marked. You should also feel free to openly discussed, along with the
It's A Fact You Can Do Better At inspect any casket of interest to you. suggestion that a limerock

driveway be laid in front of the
Your selection of a casket is one of your most specific choices in the funeral fire department. Both matters
processOnce again i your choice can most intelligently I be made only I after you will be decided later.
have become knowledgeable about your options.That process of self-education! In other action, the Raiford,
should most! beneficially take place prior to your need. Town Council .
F -received the treasurer'sreport

6tittAR? nIRNITUR of more than $7,000 in
the general fund.

DeWITT C. JONES FUNERAL HOME arepressentdatlveonuheUnlmon; ; I .: :

County Joint Planning
Phone For Appointment Or Drop By Our Office Committee. By unanimous
vote, councilman Sid Taylor
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to be stronger at with a liberal number of juniors Hurse thinks, looked strong in Budget who started two varsity. Cummings showed football player, Hurse says. Williams shows promise with "Aycox, Carter, and Clark
every position, Head Coach the 1976 Tornado football the jamboree. Gainesville games last season at center. good improvement during Reames showed good Im- his quickness, the coach says. should provide us with speed
David Hurse predicts a much team Is expected to be one of High is expected to have one Budget has proved a capable spring practice and with a provement during the spring, Pro man Allan Norman, 5-11 and power to move the.football
improved offense this fall for the toughest in years, if the of its better teams in recent football player, so this season good summer program behind Hurse says, but needs work on and 165, demonstrated his / says Coach Hurse
his Bradford eleven which will players work out this summer years with good size and will be switching off to strong him could develop into a fine strength and quickness over ability to catch the football in Backing them up will be
run the Houston veer option and come back this fall in speed. tackle where he played In the offensive football player, the summer "which I am sure a crowd this spring.With work Dean Brown, a 5-7, 135 pound
series. shape and ready to play. jamboree this spring Hurse says. Otis Starling, 135, he will do. We expect Charlesto this summer Norman could senior, with good quickness.
Coach Hurse is stressing Here is how Coach Hurse Chuck Register, a small and Chuck Register, 150, will be a fine offensive tackle for develop into a very fine Starting his third year at
After looking at movies of reporting in condition and sums up the potential of his center with good technique, provide depth at guard. us this fall. receiver Coach Hurse says. quarterback will be veteran
the spring football jamboree: working out during the sum 1976 offense, position by position has moved up from the junior Three offensive tackles saw Big Steve Earnest, a 6-2, Back up pro man is Erie Jimmy Prevatt. now a senior.
Hurse says his Tornadoes held mer more than ever. His 1976 varsity. action during the spring. Bud 194.pound senior, was the Biggs, the starting defensive Hurse thinks Prevatt had a
their own against Santa Fe. Tornadoes have good size, but Senior Waisel limes, 5-11 get and two junior lettermen starting tight end last seasonat back. ring. His experienceenable
Gainesville High School how they need to gain quickness, Depth Is seen the strongestat and 182, is the current starterat from last season who each 172 pounds. Earnest has Coach Hurse has a strong, him to handle the
ever, "simply" overpowered us he says. the center position where strong guard. Hines was on started four games, Charles benefited greatly from weight experienced backfield returning switch to the Houston veer
up front. "Most everybody will be senior Jeffery Jockel, a letter. the varsity last season,did not Reames 5.10 and 205, and lifting team work, gaining 20 this fall in fullback Jimmy offense with relative ease.
improved over last We man, is the leading candidate. see much action but had a Bobby Smith, 6.2 and 205. pounds and a lot of quickness. Clark quarterback Jimmy "Jimmy has got to do a good
"It would worry us more if will have to be improved year. to At 190 pounds, Jockel is good spring. limes is expectedto Smith is the most improved "I'm sure his confidence is Prevatt, and running back job for us to move the ball."
we didn't know what we can keep expected to be an outstandingcenter report this fall at around player on the squad over last Improved now knowing how Andrew Carter. horse points out. "We are
do. I know it looked bad to the up. with a year's experience 190. "(lines Is the type playerwe season Coach Hurse says, much stronger and quicker he Clark, 6-2 and 220 pounds, is pleased with his progress this
fans. But the players know St. Augustine looked toughin under his belt. expect to come through for showing much more quickness has become.We(the coaches) slated to be the starting full spring. We feel Jimmy will
what we can"do and the the spring beating Palatkain us," Coach Hurse states and aggressiveness.Smith feel that because of his size back as well as the starting improve with every practicethis
coaches know, the veteran the jamboree. Baker High "We're looking for good "We're really counting on injured his leg in the Earnest is a good college strong linebacker on defense.A fall."
BITS grid mentor states of Macclenny looked strong. improvement out of Jockel him." Scarlet-Gray game the week prospect." two-year letterman, Clark Prevatt is throwing better
firmly. Forest beat Vanguard 7-6 in He should round into a first Leading candidate for the before the ,jamboree. Thoughhe Senior Jackson Prevatt, 5-10 has been selected team cap- now than ever before and
the jamboree in a close battle class center," Hurse says. weak guard post is Isaac did not play in the jamboree and 155, is returning at split tain by Coach Hurse who calls should improve even more if
With a predominately senior between two strong teams. The strong depth comes Cummings, a 17S.pound Smith has demon- end. Jackson missed most of him "one of the finest team he works at his passing this
team coming up, sprinkled Buchholz of Gainesville from 220-pound Lawrenceday junior, up from the junior strated his ability to be a fine spring practice with a separated leaders." Clark's size and summer. Hurse is shooting for
shoulder. Prevatt, how speed can make a big differ an explosive passing and run
ever, worked a lot catching ence to the Tornado offense ning attack this fall, requiringa
I Macclenny Surveyors Win Misfits TournamentMacclenny passes during the spring. this fall, Hurse points out. quarterback who canrun
"He can expect to have the Sam Bennett, 5-7, 155 pound and throw the football.
ball thrown at him a lot this senior, ia the backup fullback. Sophomore quarterback
Surveyors slow Brooker started strong in night in a 14.11 defeat by later Saturday, but again Prevatt, took home the fall" says Coach Hurse. Bennett has good quickness, Jeffery Norman will be Pre-
pitch Softball team took top the tourney with a Friday the Lake Butler Merchants couldn't connect rapping out Sportsmanship Trophy for Jackson was also the backup good body balance, and is a vatt's back up. It took only the
honors in the first Misfits- night victory over Titanium of Leading batter in the game 12 hits in 31 tries in a 13.9 loss participation and cooperation quarterback the past season, strong, determined runner. jamboree to show how quicklythe
sponsored tournament here Green Cove Springs 8.5, but was Phil Capasso who went to Clark Bulldozer of Green during the tournament. and can play there if necessary He should see a lot of action back up signal caller can
last weekend, finishing the went down to the losei's three-for-four. Brooker then Cove Springs. this fall Coach Hurse says. be pressed into action. Pre
tournament undefeated. bracket with a 5.4 defeat by sent Devricks home with a 10-( Home Run trophy for the Misfits also raffled an M1000 Backing up Jackson at split Andrew Carter, a fast vatt was injured early in the
Second place in the three- New River Church. The B win Leading hitter for Dev tournament went to William Softball glove during the end will be sophomore quarterback strong runner at 5-10 and 188 first period of the jamboree
day tournament went to Brooker squad was eliminatedfrom rick's in the game was Bish Hope of the Macclenny Surveyors tournament which was won by Jeffery Norman. pounds, is slated to be the and Norman had to take over.
Anthony 66 of Ocala and third the race for the trophy Bishop, who connected on two team New River Master Bruce Strickland of Coach Hurse feels Norman starting running back this fall. "Norman went into the jamboree
place was taken by Tri- by Renaissance of Jacksonville hits in three times at bat Church, managed by Maurice Anthony. should get in as much varsity Carter is expected to be a under pressure. We
Graphic of Gainesville. which took a 12.2 victory Badcock Furniture had a action as possible this fall; if tough inside runner who also thought he reacted very well,"
Saturday afternoon. In 27 hard time at the plate againstthe Annual Boat not at quarterback, then at had the speed to go outside. Coach Hurse states.. "Overall -
Among the 12 teams participating times at bat Brooker had six undefeated Surveyorsteam RegistrationsGo split end. Norman will be A second running back who we are pleased with his
in the American Softball hits, led by Doug Brown, who putting together only brought on this fall as the will see action is Kenny performance We think he'sgoing
Association sanctioned eight hits for 30 times at bat. On Sale For backup quarterback becauseof Aycox, 165.pound senior and to be a good quarterback
tournament were local teams went two-for-three at the Randy Jones led the Badcock 76-77 Season his youth compared to the fastest man on the squad .
from Brooker Badrock Fur plate. team in its 10-3( loss with two Jackson's senior status. Aycox hits the hole extremelyfast "He'11 be the first to tell you
niture and Devrick Auto Devrick Auto Parts went to hits in three trips to the plate Boal registrations for the located at 4124 Boulevard Stanley Williams, 5-8 and and is extremely quick he needs a lot of work but the
Parts. the losers' bracket early Frl- Badcock returned to the field 1976-77 season go on sale June Court Drive, Jacksonville All 140 came up from the junior He also has ability to get out good thing about Jeffery is his
1, according to Harmon boats requiring registrationsmust varsity and saw a lot of actionat side and is expected to be a eagerness to learn." Nurse
Shields, executive director of be reregistered by July split end this spring. good inside runner. states.
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.BlousesJewelry .Dresses district offices of the Florida the winning 290 pace posted by Adams this summer was effort at Pine Hurst Adams next week he will enter an
400Off .Tank Tops Marine Patrol or any Marine Glen Kirk David Abell was second in the Palatka has been exempted from amateur tournament in
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.Shorts .Halters Local office for district 8 is Fred Ridley, the current U.S.
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. Pooser Signs Grid GrantOne 28 Scouts

of the top defensive Pooser a 5-11. 198 lb. Voted the "Best Lineman of I
linemen in the state of noseman has helped lead the Year" both as a junior and Earning .
Florida, Scott Pooser of Bradford High School of senior Pooser led t his team in
Starke to one of the best tackles both seasons and this F ors
has been 1tF
Starke, signed to a !
grant-In-aid football records in Florida. Bradfordwas past season was named to the Stripes In
and second team Florida AllStateAA I
scholarship with Mississippi 7-4 this past season ?
College, Clinton, Miss., finished 11.1 the previous year team. He was also voted i 'u -
and has had a winning recordfor the "Best Ail-Around Senior"
according to Head Coach JohnM.
Williams. the past decade. and was a member of the Raft RaceBoy r !. j jh'
weight-lifting team.
Prior to moving to Starke, Scouts of Starke Troop
how do Pooser lettered as an 70 are earning their stripes
After graduation offensive guard at South this week in a 50-mile raft trip
Miami High School in Miamias down the Suwanee River to i t',.
see yourself? a sophomore. Scott is the conclude Saturday.
you son of Mr. and Mrs. A.C Four rafts bearing 28 scouts
Pooser of the Hampton area. left Branford early Mondayfor I

Schools out! .-- ... *.. ... *.. *-- ... ... ... a sixth year of '.
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Id a f ,",- : I. 12 cu FT.We ( the end of the 1976 season with a first place win In Mary finished the 1976 season
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Ironwood Golf and Country was third with 82. Three O'Donoghuecarded48 for nine / I t I and sizes''
Club in Gainesville was the strokes back were Joey holes and Bobby Jett had 64. 51 it l )
site of the June 14 first roundof llerres, Starke and Ed Seam Pacetti of Palatka / II I
the North Central Florida Colgate Gainesville each stroked for first spot in the I I ,
Junior PGA Golf-Around with scoring 85.Sharon B-9division. Andy Hirko, Quail I I t
48 juniors registering for Brown of Keystone Heights scored 66 for second tI I Men's Co-ordinating
competition in various age grabbed first spot in the girl's and Blair Turner Palatka. --'
divisions. 12-13 division with 111. shot 67 for third. DRESS SLACKS
Keith Kirker of Green Cove Two Keystone boys took The second round will be r
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Cove with a 79. Third place
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juniors. Danielle Reed stroked There is an old axiom that fishing or golfing both plea. 1 i ., '.riw lNrwNN. N.nw.....ulM. t I I ,
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the 12.13 division. Robert have tried faithfully and I In relinquishing this job to
Burns of Quail Heights in hope successfully to serve Mr. Pate Gassett a local man .
Lake City posted 79 for second this firm as Parts Manager.But most of you know I feel I am
and Steve Greek of Keystone now the time has come doing the best thing I can for
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Keystone Heights years I am sure that he will doa friends customers PEOPLE.In .
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Grads Urged To Challenge Status QuoFacing

a rapid depletion of Jennifer Jockel"--received' the before Ingram's talk David forwinning the Clay Co-op- Albany State College in Orlando; and Scott Pooser,

natural resources, 1976 Bausch and Lomb Science Gaines was the recipient of Youth Tour Contest and Georgia; Tommy Edwards, who will play football at
Bradford High graduateswere Award in a presentation by the math award given by the placing high in the National who was signed for football at Mississippi College at Clinton,
encouraged by former Principal Charles Francis high school. Miss Jockel also Merit Scholarship Test. Miss the University of North Miss.
principal Hugh B. Ingram to received notice with the "I Christopher also received Alabama; Wayne Berry, to Senior class president Lewis
'J--; c -- challenge the status quo and Dare You" award, also honors along with her chosen play basketball at Valencia Cooper directed the evening'sCommunity
take a more positive attitude Injuries Minor presented to Robert Best. teacher !Ms. Sandi Smith, for College in ceremonies,

I toward changing values. Others to receive awards being chosen local, regionaland
Speaking to a standing- In Accitlcnls during the three-hour state STAR student.
room-only crowd at BHS commencement included: Seniors earning
commencement exercises No serious injuries were valedictorian Teresa Devore scholarships to college stood Copelen's l Ranch
Friday night Professional reported in two weekend and co-salutatorians Cindy for recognition during the
Practices Council accidents which resulted in Edwards and Laura Kay awards presentation. Guy
Administrator Ingram told about $4,000 vehicle damagesand Thomas, as well as American Stalnaker earned the $300 241 N. Alachua 462.2750
graduates they must continueto two arrests. Legion award winners Popell Scholarship, Wayne
learn in order to survive. William Larry Harris, PO Danette Rodrigue and Robert Scott received the $1,000
"We are educated a Box 155, Starke was charged Best. Miss Edwards also Ronnie Allen Scholarship, and Presenting
generation late. You have with driving while intoxicated received recognition as the Robbie Best received the
been taught what we knew, following an 11:30: pm crashon Betty Crocker student of the scholarship of the Fellowshipof Cloverleaf
not what you're going to needto US-301 just north of Starke year. Miss Thomas also Christian Athletes.
know,' Ingram challengedthe Harris, 20, was not injured in received the DAR student of Henry Brecht scholarship Pole
230 graduates. the accident, in which the the year award. winners to attend Santa Fe Bending-
J. Ingram, a 1940 graduate of Dodge coach he was driving Bradford High juniors also Community College included "'
Bradford High School, said he turned into the path of a received awards during the Gwen Cuffee, Glenda Hair Pin &
:lOtl .Ilft'rlrlul.,, /. llah'lu'r's/ RvlirvmrntCol. was told by former U.S. vehicle driven by Clarence commencement. John Jackson, Linda Williams, Ken d.: Ita
Secretary of State Dean Rusk Johnson Lang of Maxville" Samons and James Livingstonwere Lundgren, Marion P. Jackson Flag Pole
Harry: Hatcher Jr.. receives one of many medals bestowed that the last three or four and Harris was driving honored for selection to and Julie Griffis.
upon him by :Major General Kennedy C Bullard and Brigadier the next three or four northbound in the southboundland attend Boy's State this Athletic scholarship earners EventElectronically
!! Generalillis. during retirement ceremonies June 11 I at graduating classes would be of traffic and tried to get summer. honored at the cool Friday
('amp islanding. ('01. Hatcher now retires from 37 years of mIlItary very important to the into the northbound land at a Darla Christopher and evening ceremonies included Timed
involvement a gathering, of about 300 military and Chil! formation of changes in the break in the median and Briar Patray received honors Milton\ Baker, who will attend
Ian friends witnessed Friday afternoon. world's situation. turned into the path of the

Surivlal of the earth and its Lang vehicle, according to the June 20 2:00 P.M.
resources, both human and Florida Highway Patrol Silver Queen Corn 2SO Bushel/ :
Tests OfferedLoeal ,
"I'et.PUp inanimate, depends heavily on report Lang received minor

young people, who comprisethe injuries in the accident. Tomatoes And Vegetables
bulk of scientists and Edward Eugene !Mosley. 28
Pat Paid
Women Here Tomorrow policy-makers in our society. of Middleburg was charged Picked Daily. Jack
In fact, Ingram said, 90 with failure to yield when
Free Pap Tests will be \earandou have it made. Be percent of all scientists are leaving a private drive in a

offered tomorrow to(Friday.local June women 181> at are kind the to'"yourself best friend; after that all, you you our still scientific living today society, a tribute to Sunday None of the afternoon five occupants accident.of Open 9:00 A.M. 50 % 30 % 20 %

Bradford Square Shopping have! "You don't have to give the Mosley vehicle: were
Center in Starke by a cancer Each ACS mobile feet cancer everything, but give what you injured as it backed out of a Farm On 1 lst-2nd&3rd Place
screening unit of the screening unit is 29 long have Wainwright
and to help the earth private drive into the path of a
with steel fiberglass "
American Cancer Society survive, Ingram encouragedthe vehicle: driven by Lillian Fee 52500h
The Entry
according to :Miss Lillian conditioned construction interior has air-two '76 graduating class.In Burke \\nittaker of Keystone State Road 162 Miles East Of Starke
Stump, chairman of the the scientific realm, Heights.
Bradford Chapter of themencan examining rooms, a
.\ Cancer Society. bathroom, stove, refrigerator, -.
double sink, and plenty of
The service is part of a state
storage counter top space.
and national task force The walls the
are paneled
designed to substantiallyreduce floors carpeted and there is frGentennfal Stile
the needless deaths background music. Goal of the FOOD (
from uterine cancer by having :Mobile Van Committee was to
every Florida woman, age 20 doctor's
make it as near to a
or older and those under 20 office as possible. A roll-out I
who are sexually active is attached to the
rece \e a Pap Test, exterior to allow outdoor
R i
"It is a fact of life that registration protected from
uterine cancer is 100( percent the elements. I I
curable (if detected early." Total cost of each unit was '
states noted singeractressLena approximately 32000.
Home "An medical The units travel throughoutthe SUPERMARKETS
doctor can perform this state. They are staffed by '
simple painless and local volunteer doctors, { ,r, a SUPER DISCOUNT COUPON! ?ala. Ta SUPER DISCOUNT COUPON! I BQAN
inexpensive test in the office. nurses, and lay people. All ?
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perform A pap test twice a the patient. }
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signed by delegates to the 1784. He had lived through all
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17, 1976 TELEGRAPH Page

Geiger Road Improvements Planned If Residents Give City EasementsWheels I

with School Supt.
were set in motion at resident of the area, said they could not pass in places unlessone The matter of financing the Polk Street Is another This would be retroactive that he expected to receive Richard Jockel on the
Tuesday night's council meeting had contacted a majority of pulled to the side. proposed widening and lime- problem area with dust complaints from last January 1, and $8,000 in LEAA funds for pur- problem.Approved.
,, for eventual improvement residents and all contactedare Commissioner Harold Epps' rocking was discussed, but no but several council- would cost the city around chase of radio equipment and an expenditureof
of Geiger Road I if all property! willing to sign easementsof motion that the city proceed one had a ready solution for men said that some residents $1,900 for the back period. equipment for use in a pro- $31)0) for painting the "digester" -
owners concerned are willing 20 feet from center of road. with a survey to establish that problem.In along this short and narrow --Turned down Commissioner posed "crime scene car.' at the city sewer plant.
to sign a petition granting the Oglesby said that during easement for possible widen- another matter concern street were unwilling to give Warren's motion thatDiscussed the hazard of -Heard Attorney George
. necessary easement. recent heavy rains it was ing be obtained if and when ing Geiger Road, Epps said he the necessary easement for the amount owed to the State school children crossing U.S. Pierce hold out no hope for
Ted Oglesby, owner of a impossible to get in and out "we get a complete list of had been contacted by a resi- widening. for unemployment compensa301 to reach the old armorytionbepaidwiththeexception early collection of damages
''duplex apartment along the along Geiger Road and that it names" willing to donate dent at the intersection of Gei- Commissioner Warren pre- (used for ROTC) and heard from the long-pending suit of
route, and Millard\ Brown, a was so narrow that two cars easements. ger and Colley Roads con- sented a floor plan drawn by of one employe included by Chief Bowen predict that seven cities (including
cerning a dust problem the local vo-tech center for the mistake. The motion went unsome child is going to get Starke) against Florida Gas
caused by heavy equipment proposed new city hall that seconded. killed unless something is Transmission Co. for losses
turning east at this corner. has been discussed at recent --Heard Chief Bowen report done. Bowen was named to incurred because of gas short
Epps termed the dust a health council meetings. The plan age. Pierce said the case was
Pinehurst hazard as well as a house- showed space, however, for set for trial in late October.
Grocery keeping nuisance and said the the police department, which Special Fourth Of July Program --Heard Street Superintendent -
woman complaining had said Commissioner Epps said S.H. Hicks report that
she might have to sell her could be saved by using the work should start by July 1 on
Planned At FosterWHITE
& StoreHwy house unless something was city-owned old armory. Stephen resurfacing U.S. 301, with the
done.In Police Chief Jimmy Bowen first segment to be treated
the ensuing discussion it said it would be nice to be in a SPRINGS, June 16 "Jacksonville's official Bi- being from Call Street intersection -
was brought out that heavy new building, but he would be The Bicentennial Fourth of centennial band, the popular to Alligator Creek
100 964-9935 equipment was being storedon willing to move into the July celebration at the Rotagilla group, will be play- bridge.
Geiger Road property armory, and liked its location Stephen Foster Center here ing at frequent intervals"
.,'\ belonging to Leonard V. because it was in a less con- "will be big, busy and diversi- throughout the day, says
&4, Moore, vice-president of gested area and would allow fied, with special activities Director Head, "and the Hampton Plans
FABRICSALE J JA Jackson Building Supply, Inc., police cars to make quicker scheduled from 9:30: a.m. until wooded grounds will provide
Name and could be creating a dust get-aways in time of emergency dark," says AI Head, directorof ample space for old-timey To Drill Well
.: / problem. It was also pointedout lie said two reqUire- Florida's arts, crafts and games, a barbecue, a water
Brands] 1\.... that the entire length of ments of the departmentwould cultural center on the melon cutting, an open air
( .,..'\. f;: ,\)... Geiger Road is zoned residen- be space for two holding Suwannee River. arts and crafts fair, a varietyof For Rec Park
; .".) tial and therefore ineligiblefor cells (one male, one female) "This historically rich Sun- contests and other enter.
; business use. and a place to store confis- day marks not only the 200th tainment. It is expected many HAMPTON Facing
: : The Safety Department and cated vehicles. anniversary of the United groups and families from with installation of
: \' Chief of Police were named to Epps said half the cost of the States as a nation," Head South Georgia will join the city problems water to the new recreation -
25 % Off confer with Moore concerningthis new building could be saved points out, "but also the 150th home folks from F'lorida in the park the town council
\ problem.As by eliminating the police anniversary of the birth of festivities, and dozens of here voted Tuesday night to
another approach to the department and cutting downon Composer Stephen Collins picnic tables will be availablefor drill a well on the property so
problem it was pointed out the size of a spacious 20 x Foster and the death of John visitors bringing their own that be ableto
more people may
All Fabri that Colley Road has a load 35-foot lobby. Warren was Adams and Thomas Jefferson lunches. use the park.Councilman .
limit of 5,000 pounds, which asked to obtain cost estimateson the second and third With White Springs desig- A.C. Dennison
would exclude travel by most the proposed new building.In presidents of our country." nated as an official Bicenten- motioned to install the four-
1 heavy equipment.The other action the council: The all-day program at the nial community and with the about 30
PkOOC PEPSI-RC inch well following
COKE 8 $119 possibility of future -Approved Clerk Edwards' Foster Center has been Stephen Foster Memorial minutes discussion. Councilman -
paving of less than a quarterof recommendation that all non- planned as an old-fashioned having its place on Florida'sBicentennial
&. N E H I IB a mile of Geiger Road from union employes of the city be patriotic event, with parti- Trail, the July 4 Dennison Eugene for a 2-1 Taylor vote,joined Coun-
Plus Tax & Deposit( Tax Colley Road east to the drain- paid time and a half for over- cular emphasis on family program has become one of cilwoman
Plus & Dep. Evelyn Vaughn
Pack 16 OZ. ditch also discussed has been the major events planned by
age was time, the same as activities appealing to all age
but no conclusion reached. ordered for union employes. groups. the Foster. Center staff this opposed.Motion by Mrs. Vaughn to

year.There will be a one-hour for- forget installation of a well
mal program beginning at 10 died for lack of a second,
although Mayor Arthur Bruno
a m. at the Foster ampi-

g et the Spirit Of Savings FOODFAIR cal shared theater Foster leaders.,,by with noted religious the Dr.Tallahassee stage George and politi-to be A. joined wellMayor and citizen i her Bruno in William opposition said Summers he to was the

will responsible for the townspeople -
Methodist minister keynote
the opening ceremonieswith s money, and would preferthe
"One Nation, Under council to hook up the city
water, which was cheaper
God, as his subject.
However Bruno admitted inability
Flying over the amphitheater
site will be a Betsy to locate the proper
Ross Flag which is being hookup for the city park. DIs-
also revealed that
brought by from Congressman the nation'scapitol Don cussion several leaky pipes would
the from having
Fuqua for presentation to the keep park
Nr and that
adequate pressure
Foster Center.
m ?s :F' Stephen water would have to be run
a".AWII..S.NANDLI the Sunday morning program
WITH cAt.E will be presentation of through a culvert containing
ANY SIZEDOZEN YOU MAY MAVI NOTIC' .....Iwe" I.I aNEAr reu IGN..........,.. .0 we are pleased to accept newly-minted Stephen Foster stagnant water.
Bids will be let this week
pOIN.WroNaeMnlnETNIN.ENNnuE,IMMOVK WITH LOVING c*.iDH.UTI ,.... nRDENMnutNINIETHAT FOOD STAMP medallions to a number of outstanding the well, pressure and on
c EGGS WASH'TN.SINN .PO"00 U'SLOWLY.ou. COOL .AT'S 0'"THIS friends and patronsof pump
LIWNTNIGIIINMIrI a."NTIL NRINNIIN INOoMOWAIN .ONSI ,.TO m building which will cost an
the Foster Center.
TMtS COUP**!AI rAXInT MIO O*O B TOM WID Jun N INN COUPONS estimated $1,500.( ) Bids will be
JUMI>9 n T LIMIT I O*IACNLIn,1 09P coupon WITH S?M OHMO A concert a 9:30: a.m. will
'HIIT NOUNS WILL.THITLL STAY PRISM AND MflKlHT ION SCVtMAL D AND precede the opening ceremonies. -
ADO MUCH COLON AND SIN"LO.'II' TO C11ENLU 'OO".T .."...PNYIT'AUD monthly meeting of the council -
14 1 I AND NUT M.S1HT YOU CAN NAMc JWTM Paonotic concerts on the
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ALL mm AMD MWM oooo w o..JUMI IS.TINNY MO..JUMI{3 SIPS QUANTITY HWWT NISNYI0. Center's 97-bell carillon will
Picnic tables a barbequepit
be played several times dur-
and lawn have
lights care
the day by Beverly
ing 'been secured for the'new
''' already
'. ( ;-.r. Bullard, staff carillonneur.
park, and some people
Gates open at 8:30: a m. and
remain open until 8'JO:: p.m.. have been using it. Once water
three hours longer than usual, is installed restrooms( will be
the Fourth, Director Head put in so that more people
COMPARE COMPARE pAKll' Yrof announces. may be able to use the park,
sm council decided.
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in hi' Jacksonville olfice TABLETS Granulated l sugar tubititute.
;e!,; !III ,ithis talent '
5 Grain Asp+rin.Limn 1 Bottle __ 4 Types to choose from. Limit 1 I !Scented: only Limit 1 I I
and Mrs. W. Stmson ;4 : II IIY 11'I\ ,
'I! Mr and! :Mrs. Jerry .: 'df ''I "

n\IIunngi' .iiid tor family three! days in 19 99 l 93 ( ban )f 59" '

."I" .. ,. -
,h s .,RIm Saunders from I i lFlt:: *
visiting her lanul \\1 -i :/
111'.1' I I' I .
,_ 11 ,. ; -
"r' |1.Wij.tgllls Irom ." f \ ',,,
I' : t&& *
"Asuiiville" recentlyisited iC... _.. : : .f *' i' ici' 1IIt }
.iiul Mi, > (il'orj.tl'Iliams .-,, .Ji : -:1..1':. '_ T" 'T'
:Mi alldIrs: Bill
'V-M'; || All of :\Maxwell's:
''ids ,HC li.ippN' to see him '
kniB such line recoveviu 4-OUNCE r I I e 1 ,
nm: Ins I recent surger COPPERTONELOTION
)Sis I Ruth :M.itchell has' -, Li
I'cdIut' ilnuioalterselling, OR OIL w.
home' here'e wish hei v SHOWER
Ii happiness' m her Hell Get the Tan people 4 )/-OUNCE
'I will notice Your J
it'"r : I 119 skin will be smooth OLD SPICE MASSAGE
.ind :\McL'ullough & soft Limit 1 A $ e BYWATERPIK
tin- proud great
,,' ':Itniwi' Randall born on June gThe brisk, clean PULSATING BURSTS THAT
, "?> Mr' and l :Mrs Randall MAYBELL1NEULTRA U aroma men \, MASSAGE AND
sin cil Starke. ;; prefer.Awdable SOOTHE
'11l' Hampton Senior LASH in Lime. Limit 1 ly Light and Dark PEG 2 4 88

.'/1'11' will not be meeting Waterproof Black or Brown. Box of 50. 2995 5M1'
'ing the summer months+ LLOYD Regular 8.29
'ir next; meeting 'is limit 1 ..
.fdulcd lor Sept :3Vs 7\\ CALCULATOR MEN'S
1'11lul''r: and her 59 < SHAVE KIT'
I ghll'r. Dolly', recently KIT A 7 function 6
iidecl. I hI'Iolhl'r: \ Student calculator. HANDSOME
ghliT l B.lllquct| held at the Smart Vinyl. 8 8-digit display. With 1 j TRAVEL KIT
.:jiiilmf(iod mSlarke Dolly 9 9 zipper or flip /' I 88 percent key floating x201 I,99
:'i, "." recently\ crowned -OUNCE 3 top case. decimal elc'Model REG 269
. "en lor 'a\ IIljt the most' CREST Fullyanus No. 303 Reg. 14,95
iiiupons was happy' to CUESTA REY No. 95 I(
,'.i IHT grandmother. :Mrsl TOOTHPASTE GILLETTE
):1\l Kidd Irom Fort :Mead CIGARS
,,1 l .1 I miner' :Minister's wife choice Mint.of Reg- 4-OUNCE VIP 1250 ..J' Box of 25 Premium 999 ttWO CRICKET
I 11.29
.in honored guest .11Ill'\ Quality Cigars. Reg.

""I I\ uible Stone with and hl'rIrs daughter! : nYour PRICE REFLECTS JOVAN MUSK HAIRDRYER \ ( LIGHTER

i were also I guests of the OFF LABEL ttk After Shave/ ,P : You getmany
.1 HIT s ;al this banquet Thei "" many
i winch i \ \ was shown about 6-OUNCE 6 If W powerful, High speed for ': INVINCIBLE & NEW YORKER lights from
i hureh. of God! Home for i provocative, 8 fast drying, low 25 in Bicentennial' Com this handy 73
ililri'ii in Tennesseei"nsiiiled USTERfAlNT stimulating speed for easy memorative. Boxes. Reg. 2.98 6. ,hghte.Reg.
how this home scent 118 styling Mag 18 99 J 26 '' 1.49
i inlduTi without a natural MOUTHWASH M LIMIT 1
,'Vic! ire' able to anJOU A new flavoredmouthwash -_..
,'pv productive' life through'ii'llorl.s & ( f\ BRITISH STERLING -,. ==---
ol benefactors and! with i
4 3 gargle a great 0 OFF REG. n
fiimi', > derived l b> saving "minty taste. ':: : j GIFT SET LLOYDS MILITARY 0 r.
I1 1 or other;. store coupons Limit 1 ._ PRICE
is, i onpons are welcomerti 3 8 OZ AFTER SHAVE Ill
f 'iliough date I shown. on I AND COLOGNE AND RADIO ;
lr !ni.iv be rxpirod.. PACK OF 70 I 7 OZ SPRAY DEOD Portable, battery G. E. CHRONOTEL

Sol"i,\Mated' one' :iii ,Ihr lo comnuinit\sate theseV'in WET ONES ';W( I ''Do t Model ALL PIPES DIGITAL CLOCK,

'IIII' Dully! Murner! or TOWELETTES 50 E/ NN6379 tr Snoote-Alarm.
nth' i member ul theth ( 1 ___ KAYWOODIE YELLOW Large readout.Lighted 9,9
1, I II .,..I c.0d In the car or home. 4300 -- r- Ioperated. I--Y+ BOLE Dial.,
tina.!+.''hiLnnins to the girlfi'l'c h 1 For.infant clean ups. h it I ; Limit 1 AND OTHERS. GREAT / Reg. 15.95 9
ll.niiplon ,Christian' 7 9 ,t. Bar B Q & Beach REG FATHER'S DAY GIFT
!' r." lor winning the Limit ': 7 95 -- MODEL 8t42-412
Mi'" .dl.t Slate Slit 111.11! BRITISH STERLING
llri" p['innIt ''-
the leeenl awatdrVjin AFTER SHAVE
'" I held\ in (;iainc-Mllc; ,
($1,sluing I were piesenledl 1. "

'mis .lor the heat! II BLADES Q n 5 GREAT FOR DAD"" J1f/JII/ iI' LAWN
ii 'l.i.t tic eragi1 D.iid
-.I II Iii I, Die most \.ilu.ible WITH FREE .agjlUfJ LIMIT ONE {@) "ti 1I
ji I' mi-ill.' .lne :Menu; lor the I ONE ,. 600
I In I.loi i 11',1111011al1d .1 I IM COLOGNE .LIMIT' ;'. COLOR COMBINATION CONSTRUCT44
<"lid> l tin tl11111,1 ..I'thletut STRAPPING ALUMINUM FRAMES ..,
..oiiiin and ('krislene REG 3 99
,VIM, d i l.i, t lulling. trip rlrenily BOTTLE OF 100 ECKERDVITAMIN luf 13-OUNCE CHAIR
Hn I Iclitlichkliee" HIM'I
'Ii other", member* ul. titlit E CONSORT REG 1388CHAISE 1188 >/ INCH x 60 TA DSMASKING

.,rut. I hureh
'" ll.niiplon lake'satin \ 'us "'

,:' liirllulav, Menu, ""I'hi"celebr.ited June in vuthHiiber IntlS 1I\'I 9 200 The helps I vitamin'you U Capsules feel that better A men.Hair or Choose spray Extra for Regular Hold. REG. 22 88 19 8 8 WRAPPING FOR MASKING

+1 lamilvhtii 7 9 1
"," \ i i II' (Ni'iil.;I.ircia/ I Kd; fromest 11I'11l' .nidfltr.l Limit 1 bottle. I Limit. 1 TERRIFIC GIFT 0 I I. THE USES HOME AROUND 44,.

"inn, Reach" were overnightrusts ,: FOR DAD'' REG 65c
,ii the Francis Meng __u__

KM, mi June 4ttitigi.ilulations to :Mr and + ** **
.. c -+c -+c *
lw l.airv (Crawlord on the ... ... *
"ifili tit their; daughter.'rratl '
> "
Ir ho arrived :Mav. "V 4 f -
!I" "r vi on ViiiAia" SCHICK'HOUHCE .Ic j t1f 15 % -OUHCE T4C .

V M.uk :Mitchell I let) J & T
nils lo spend his vacation HOT LATHER / SHELL *
'I h i elaliM'S; in Illinois HeI '

.I'I he inioiis.missed Cominv l In his lishingip :Mengirt BARBA SOL } ,* SHOULDERS* DISPENSER *' Vs 4.

"liH'\ ('nhhsho) havem .. CANT
'he. lit l bream and bass -W SECONDS'' PIPING' y
se < oL HOTI
*vV Sale price I Includes' 25 'in Hampton Lake T"
Regular or Menthol. Limit 1 \ Limit 1 1.49
Hf .mil \Irs "'ranl'l"II'ng: Reg. -

.,i n'T Hurtled' a I iwo Sunday\\t't'k'tsll evening with : 'I" V 59 ii4'

,iii\e- and !friend Indo \39 1" .
;, < ohmi ) 1 1-- 13 8811884f 99 ;t
i ongt.itulations to :Mark fh"t.- *
1 1 "|g. who I graduated with .1
V",,,,, *
\ \ Degree) from Santa Ke "
, "''''Miimmtv' College( on June i1- j

'm",*'Mark I ni\ersit. has:1>I'1'n of Florida accepted! and at -+c ** ic ** ![ -+c ** *.' MxA; ;0 *:

hole he continues his
,njt-eslul learning career

I' S hnol N e'''' Film Prints Kodak Film PEOPLE TRUST ECKERD'S ;\
!MrNoelle: Silk'sKiriduTg.irten TWICE THE FILM I
Get extro itt of I
on print When you pick
" enjoyed theirItifcntennial up yourdeveloped FOR QUALITY PRESCRIPTION
Celebration with every roll of film, and

pajj> on the last d.iv of school color or block ond prinli buy two rot.. SERVICE AT
'nil "carried out the theme by whit film developed Kodocolor or blocks / .
Coring( long: dresses and and printed and while film for the \ PINCIIS. GREAT SOUVENIRS
...l/ial. ., hatmade 1)Iht'lr I TODAY AND EVERYDAY regular price of one .. -JJ LOW LOW PRICES! Of OUR NATION'S ICENTENNIAl. J
I e Is' lml and Ird grade tKERD'S
tits eiuned) a trip to Six
MlI II'I .e "four: !9i STOtHAMPTON .

t .

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Jeannette Prescott

I'I Jermy Sue Countryman
celebrated her fifth birthtkiy
I at a party hosted by her parents
r Kev. and Mrs James
. Countryman Sat., Juno 12 at
Mal DORAId's In Slarkv from 3:

A SALES EVENT SO BIG, WE'RE OFFERING THE BEST VALUES YOU'LL PROBABLY EVER SEE! Out to 4 p.m.'lIh of town gu 10<%of ls her here frlenils.for the

,'r.''--- ... ... .. ..,, .. occasion were.Mr. and Mrs. .
: .t ";' ''f\\ -pt'' ---- ,- -- + ---- -- --- .' ------ James Janucliu of Clearwater
: :
i ., .. : \ ; :::. : +. '
i-L .
: .
4> Mr.and Mrs. James I L.
----.c ; "
f. '\'
\ SIA .. '" ic'V .< It Jill{ .1
j. w 'w. ;- ; *" : .-. ... ... jf : :,: Countryman and Mrs. Albert
i : -r -r -r r. ('lark und sons Scott and !Mark
-r "
F. ; : "l of Gadsden, Ala.
! -
REG. OR DIET .tf.-1C '* On Sunday relatives!
OF ? 8-PACK 12-OUNCE MEN S & LADIESPEPSI J gathered I'or a birthday
"i ; dinner. Guests were Mr. andMrs
Ki.i NEX.tf.-t-k;, : FAMOUS. NAME r Frank Ulster of I Iliinls-
PLANTERS ville Ala, !Mr. and !Mrs.
/* w; gar James L. Countryman f lnl.i
. hc WATCHES ; parents of Jadsden Ala., Mrs
TISSUES COLA .Jo Barnes,!Mrs. Kelly Kmvlls.Mrs. .
:-+c w : James PadKelle and Kim
MANY ATTRACTIVE STYLES -' Willie of Green; Cove Springs
12 OZ. CANS r 12 i 1 and Mr. and Mrs. lames
/ .. v .. .'* ,0 J.inix.ha of ClearwaltT.,

2/89 r -..::;, -.;;:.. 76'r' ; fl'
rr- '
t fl" ) 29 ; 2288 I'" J \\l.umo.H: :.:
I ,$ t The (community wishes t 0
1 tMi( "f & congratulate Holly I lla>' '!!unit l
.'t Allen Bass on I the iii.irriaui'that ; }
+ REG, 62' ,:; I *, > REG. 26.88 was solemnized, in tin-
:" I' r ", .., tI. LIMIT kwJ i ...* LIMIT TWO ;--4- *"a>. 1 Brooker Baptist Cliiirfh "HI
J J.1
f>)' .* LIMIT FOUR \ "" .* .
;..: ,. \\X\\> l" "' TWO : 'PEANUTS :. ,. Sat. June 12.'I'hey "iIll..lIi..-
,, \! 1c v:;71\ _. "" ..' .
'. ) ic cr .,. .:.:'\ rt. ,
Gorda. will miss
: 7' Punta We
'' ; .i'.h .. .. ""f: jJ in
-' 'r _,.._......;.;;'JIo .. .._'..,:_...**.*:3,>'- v..'flfe"'i.i-> .'-11'"- m*>._ --. v. _. :..K _-_.. -, ,d.A.PT' "r'YM' .-t. nw-r:a::, .!f "' rr."F -.:, ,( J-::: Bi-lty. Gary and Melissa'iy
c= much. Hope them all ititMi
I l' SELF PROPELLED happiness.. in their new homeI'KKSUV


OSCILLATING I : and :Mrs. :M.ll, hauler
POWER MOWER ,J. ,'isiled11': and Mrs, I I'jnil Is.l'rescolt l .

3 Vi H.P BRIGGS & STRATTON 16" a Wed., June !9. Mis.
!w -.y OMIT GLADDING FANIJ; i_ Fowler .and. Iheir Iwns! : hate.
( 'NGINE REG. 139 88
; ,, ;
THREE 'en stayin in Starkt M I It is
AQUA TROLL f.j --.j; ,
T ; a chief engineer( w ith a lrt-''ln-
MARK II REG ,Wt1 <, ing compunj, He is between,
3999 $ $ \ x johs lie's just returned from
1- 10988 Venezuela and is to go next l Io
< t ELECTRICFISHING -Aft* Saudi ,Arabia+
MEN'S ; #2151 Mr and :\11 s. Jack Ihslge|!:,
and family of I-JirlnxH' '
.. ,
MOTOR Hodge!( and family ii.i
SCENE OR RADIAL SHAVER Thursd.iJiini'.. 10.
MIRROR 'Two Speeds for power or REG Contoured head ac*>"stment Mr and Mrs! Klloniil: -
Fine quality underwear styled for comfort 5!f economy. 999 788 control for comfon .*"d son and KIliM: ). on their semen!
SUNGLASSES and good fit. Sizes Small thru X- S 'Convenient Forward.Reverse. closeness. Hideaway ,J- from Cordcli', (i.i.i alter stilling : "-
Large. Begs to 3.69 I Operate on a 12 or 6.volt GASOLINE trimmer, pop-up head ,.. his mother and other .ieli
Reflecting lenses and, YOUR CHOICE battery lives, came land visited

199 the rimless latest tinted fashion lenses styles in I I High Completely Corrosion-Resistance.sealed power unit. LAWN EDGER REG. 99 I1\ Sandra Mrs. Mamie in l l"l\.t.\1\lal''h''l\1 Butler' 'fliesthey mill
and colors to choose 2 9
697 88 Heavy Duty Mounting 34.95 I Visited Mis. WiitMtn's.
from Reg.._ PACK2/ Bracket Tilts To Fit All Boats. REGJ09. sister Mr. nml1I: s. Paul
J Light Weight-This high performance 97 33 8 8 Prescott and ,'Julmiis on.
Y unit weighs only 4.5 Ibs I Sunday and niond.iv tune 1:1:
MEN'S i, f H, before going\ on honit* tn

3 88 c j REG. 59c 29
3295 PLEASES 1 'From Page H)
Gun on June 9.
388 1 .1.... -' Orion one size Assorted EDGING.REG. 59 88 POWER The 4th 5th and (ith grade
w. colors Reg 99c J6 pupils were treated to special&
fl;' 16io.x 16,in. x 16in. snacks by their instructors on
_. > w w\\ HARDWOOD 4 9 88 plastic parsons tables the last day of school.

MEN'S OR LADIES' MEN'S DRESS TIES FISH BOARD in assorted colors. U i il>U.u wishes Everyone a Happy at Retirement the school to
Mabel Sanders who hasbeen
100% polyester in the latest WITH KNIFE Mrs.
TATAMISSANDALS' J fashion colors & designs. / 499 299 such a
Reg 2.97 I Fillet knife 6"long*. w especially in the reading
The sheath is made ol f DISSTON-ELECTRIC program.
genuine leather. Reg.126A Mrs.Arleen Rich is happy to
thong type \ 999 GRASS SHEAR report that every one of her.
with POCKET T-SHIRTS pupils in the Title I reading
a soles.' Assorted styles colors and O 7 Limit 99 CORDLESS GAF, 126-12 program have showed
1.99 sizes to choose from. Buy 1 W I One 4 MODEL significant progress during
Dad several. Reg. 1.89 NO EGS-7 COLOR FILM the school year.Congratulations.
1 DEALERS REG 1188 Fits all instant to the
J399SWINGER loading cameras. following who were awarded
12 exposures. & certificates for perfect
6 J Reg. 1.25 ) attendance on the last day of

50-FOOT, 3-TUBE school Sandra: Barbara Friese Davis and In

D" JJ 10-POUNDS SOAKER HOSE Kindergarten Steven Spell in
:" 5th grade und Chris Meng a
CHARCOAL Garden hose l 6th grader.
99 I emits soft fine ,. '1 f.''''" r:7.oJJ -'''

I Itll BRIQUETTES 2 mist spray for FOR EACH ROLL OF COLOR PRINT FILM Hampton StudentsVisllsGufTerritory :
\ .
-s ? For safe,fast outdoor t -- First second and third
y t r'l ,
A Bar-B-0's and' I KODAK COLOR FILM I graders in Mrs. Clark's and
Deluxe model with baked enamel fire grilling Reg. 1.29 Mrs. Denmark's classes at
bowl. l8"x 18"cooking grid. Tilt j ,.. REG'12 EXP 6O ROLL 20 REG EXP 200 ROLLaway I Hampton School had two
hiod Roll about wheels. Maple exciting days recently.
exterior adjusting knobs move the TURBINE SPRINKLER { ] f' .. Since they were learning
cooking grid to 4 heights. Bowls are CAULKINGCOMPOUND ;,, ,9LRo' 99 I about days of old it was only
Black Hoods 3 colors. A GREAT SPRINKLER AT 1I' fitting that the students ride In
\ A LOW PRICE! 2000 I a "Surrey with the fringe on
8 8 THROUGH WED JUNE 23 1976 top." The 1903 Oldsmobile;
\ 7 '- r --- iiI reproductions were driven to
8 :
REG \ GUNS SIZE 44 ; 12 / ,. 'GrrlitR't", '.. r JI- -1 school Charles Odom by Gib of Starke.Brown Each and

32 99 child had a ride.
REG 65c 1 69 MOVIE & SLIDE I On Wednesday, June 9, the
i same classes spent the day M
ic *** ic where they learned more
1f"l I SUPERS' 8MM 36 I about the days of their
WOMEN'S, -r' Thru. June 17th Thru Wed. June 23rd I SLIDES Rug 1 99 Req I exhibits Everyone, the street enjoyed fight and of"

the Hampton seniortilloil's
club) will h,' on vacation ;

; iZORRIES' *t MAKER .. and during August.The \ the. months of.'July

will b
next mretiiitf *
Sept 4 at71' m at the I lamp
V .
ion 'liecreation: Center City.
Hall\ )

37c \ JO88IlkVJ 'I ServicemenAirman

"' ,\ "
REG 36.99j ?
: X Assigned I Lowry

i''' ** 9(.. **, SAN:. ANTONIO-Airman1'
Richard A. Ililer. son of !Mrs,:
Thelma Dorrough of HI. ..'
FU., has been
..J if INSTAPURE by WATER PIK J"f'I OPEN assigned Lowry AFB Colo,
: OAILY99 I after completing Air Force. ,

T- 4.f MUCH SINN \ WillJju( wm f:5 (OOQC! ing the at airman Lackland studied AFB.the Tex Air:;
SPRAYER 1988 '
MODEL 2488
"I Force mission, organization'and
.: -__ "U PEG 2995 PEG 2495 J,I ors 831 SOUTH WALNUT ST., STARKE special customs instruction and in received human

ECKERD'S SOOTH STORE m AMERICA'S 20QTH BIRTHDAY ECKERD'S 500TH STORKs relations.receive Airman specialized Ililer training will now in

the missile electronics: held.t .

10 TELEGRAPH June 11 IltlllI
.. ." .. ,,. ... "

Old Church Bell To Be De dicated :i i ii.; Set JBoat'd'Rama July

In Brooker Ceremony OnBROOKER June 26two :,.: : .....'.. ,''i,:;:,\' I; p'jk'l'i;\" ;: ; : ;: :\\" ''i At KeystoneTheme
c. ''{ "'.;" "i ''' ;' !' '' '
?(,(oft!,:;:.;'( 'i"" r 1 l\\f,.1''I'<< I'\;'.I'\)'': :, l'!
r .(, : ;;\ .\.g', I'I') "" "'\ I.w', ,..' .. .'..' for this year's Our
"{; '!,j'\'l.' \' t .1.!.), f."ii\(! Country
miles west of the i '
present 1 ,
This West wsy i
Bradford town which carried town of Brooker some time ';''f'. I', ", "' '..;',.,,,"I'\i,,\,,, ''b'",,,",',\.",,".'.'.','.'_,,,,,\,,.'nvi.,, ',' ,, ,, '.' 'I'..-''; .r.' ;" ,mO, ', is "American boat and Bicentennial"with float-boats
two names for years, .af after the Civil War. and the \ I:': '':.; t!< :!!:!,.' w :3 ; "M''I':i 'NlURveus: : decorated to pay tribute to

will salute the nations Bicen- mail was carried on horseback i.: .IiI"\'H."';''\:UN : .' XXp ,K. $ : J AY. all the great men in
tennial Year with a historical I'--' and by roadcart for ;, :'; ,,;' ov ;tI ":t.I'G'HO, >R I:;';tOIlL'fIY'. America's history.
memorial service at 3:30: p.m. many years until the railroadwas : ; : :
:{\ ; J'J'fP; 1i 'RI ,' (
Saturday, June 26, at the built through the area in ( :, They will also portray how
"I :d' '1'l !
>: : '
Brooker City Hall 1895. The postoffice was then I"t.\\, r,, ,::11"'t.'' i. :' Keystone area residents
)" ( Ui'
moved to a location in the pre- ....'A..H..n" '.".,\ "" ;E. .t" $.0",..". : feel about the faith of
A highlight of the obser- ) ': """::.I. h.,'." i .
sent town site, and the mail Uit9J""I'" ', tl JV'IN I.1 I tat.\I1I, America's future.
vance will be the dedication of ( .. : !. K'll \;.
a 75-year-old cast iron bell, was carried by train. 0.h'I'! ...,PR. ., SE. ttO,. :.' ''if'i' S.;1(1.1:1111iJ.t'. : \ Those participating In the

recently donated to the town, .11 On January 28, 1892, the late .:.: ,,< .8 QW Pie; ;. .l\JAi\ : r boat parade, scheduled to

by the children of Claiborne B. Erma P. Ward,son of an early ': ', :. ,.. ., ,If.M .":-:;; .' form off Nelson's Point at
Stephenson, who was pastor of < settler in that vicinity, deededa >: : .. Y R.R': Y7CA; R'jr1I( :; ; ;. : 5:30: p.m., July 3, to pass by

a Seventh-Day Adventist I'I1' n : large part of the railroad ,.'" i'ibtyi\ \'!;; ; )M iSSJ:)NlR the Keystone public beach at
Church in Brooker at the turn r! .. = right-of-way to the Ambler : 6 p.m., are urged to register
of the century. The church has t Lumber Co. of Jacksonvillefor ',::J"'i'I\ ; :;:':i 'Mkti;,;,::,,':!;, ,'.,:..' N.QI'( iiNG early with either Don

since become inactive and the I '''''''''''\ 1-'" II the amount of one dollar in % h::,;,:' :At( 't., 1t .. J.:;'::: ; ,''A 'IDWAIIQ''$ Morgan, 473-4862 or 473-2662,
bell hung for many years at 1 .JJ lJ". order to encourage the con- ,, ':,:,;; :',> :, ', ','". ;: ,, :,t;,;.,', titIH'Olt or Chuck Bullock 473-3478,

the Brooker fire station, -I .. struction of a railroad from : ; L, '. so planning and positioningcan
before its recent removal and '. and : be completed before the
Starke or Sampson City Jo., tcit l:. t..
mounting on a tower at the : ; t.I i ;;; vicinity to High Springs, provided .Net:" ".' day of the parade.
new Brooker city hall. > .. !i. such road be built within
y 'j ... .. : IMcuft iW; STt'KtHS.ON< Boats can be decoratedwith
The bell will be tolled duringthe .. 1. '..W'itI "'......::....". .. three years from date of the :.S ..''HCI.diij"\n, y:: Olia 4'. t L colorful paper,banners,
ceremony, and a bronze <. ....: "" .' deed. s"'HO\lOLT'' 4.: o .ToO..."--rM'.. H'j" IS1tNI, WITkCY', O "uor ,'... American Flags, pretty
mounted the tower, or
plaque, on Although the deed did not so N YtM II_ girls, signs
will be unveiled to the memo anything else the entrant
ory of Pastor and Mrs. Ste- Chris Stephenson show historic bell mounted at Breaker's provide, there was a "gentle.man's d desires that will make his or
that in
phenson, who are credited new cltv hall. her float or boat attractive.
with building the church consideration of his cooper '. ,. '. ,
ation with the lumber Prizes will be awarded for
where the originally hung.
company in securing right-of- the Most Historic, the Most
The bell and the plaque George Stephenson, of South public to attend the ceremony, way for the railroad, the sta.tion Chris Stephenson dhows commemorative plaque (above) Patriotic, the Most Symbolic
to the by the Africa; and Chris C. Stephenson where other interesting items
were given city would be named Ward
1976 the Most Original, the
of the Brooker area. Mostof related to Brooker will '
five living children of Pastor history City in- Ns aunur.Over -----. Most Beautiful the
and Mrs. Stephenson: Mrs. these are expected to attend be on display. Several years ago one town, as far as legal recordsgo and sometimes resulted in Smallest. A Grand prize will
Kathryn Wilhelm, Marietta, the special ceremony. the years, for some county official said, "According is still Ward City, though mail being missent to a Ward- be awarded for the best
Ga.; Mrs. Edith Cothren, According to"oldtimers" of reason, the name Ward City to the records in this many residents of the area ville or Ward Station some- overall.
Madison. Tenn.; Miss Eliza Mayor Roy Carroll has the area, the Brooker post- gradually faded out of the picture office, the town is still Ward have never heard the name. where in West Florida. An
beth Stephenson,Orlando; Dr. extended an invitation to theI office was established about and the two settlementscame City,except or the post office. To further complicate effort to avoid such confusionmay
to be one town, with one There is no record of any offi- matters for about ten years have been one factor in
postoffice, and the name, cial change to Brooker, and from the completion of the favor of adopting. the name of L Q4C l( r lIJVlla
Brooker,taken from the nameof the real estate is assessed as railroad in 1895 to about 1904 Brooker.At .
a family in the area, cameto Ward City. There is no record or 05, the town went by the any ratewhether (
etriTOKlALCarter be the name generally used. either of the establishment of name of Ward City, and the Brooker or Ward Cityevery-
Legal descriptions of land in the post office." post office by the name of one is invited to attend the Bicentennial By William Haas
the area still refer to Ward So, from a strict historical Brooker. This often caused Ceremony in "that Service Officer

-:1 "If City, however. standpoint, it appears that the confusion in the postal service town" on Saturday, June 26.

I 1 I A reminder to veterans and_
dependents enrolled in or

ves Democratic County Agents By considering under a correspondencecourse the GI Bill:

special legislation gives added
NotebookOne Bobby protection from possible fraudor
Process Is WorkingWith abuse by some operators of
y'---' such schools.

i 1 The law protects veterans

the withdrawal of Sen. Frank In reaching his present position at the ..+ of the strong points of a available as the common from costly payments their when
Church as a presidential candidate and top of the Democratic heap Mr. Carter, ... r. U-pick-it vegetable operationis "liquid chlorine bleaches" they before reaching the half-way course

the bestowing of his delegates upon in addition to his native ability and hard to enable the consumer to usually containing 5.25:>> mark, and provides a ten-day
front-running Jimmy Carter, we are work, has had some measure of luck. ... get fresh quality vegetablesfor percent chlorine. Simply of of "cooling off" period from the
...... the table, freezer, or for one and one-half pints one
witnessing what must certainly be one time the veteran signs an
to 100
canning. The price for these the chlorine
and needless backbitingthat for
of the most extraordinary political featsof The vegetables are usually in gallons of water. If the wateris application a
this century- a virtually unknown now racks the Republican ranks, favor of the buyer also. to be used for more than one correspondence course.

politician from a Southern state winninghis will make it even more difficult for themto hour or so, add 4 or 5 Under this provision, after
wage an effective election campaign.The This freshness and qualitycan tablespoonfuls more to the ten days, the veteran must
way from comparative obscurity to also be obtained at chlorine lost to the air
hand will replace affirm in writing to the VA .
Democrats, on the other
within the shadow of the White House. "t
of J farmers retail markets and by volatilization. Do not use that he is going to take the '
enter the campaign under the banner e.l w market gardens if the grower wash water from one day to
As pointed out by political analysts, if a fresh candidate who has clearly .,,4t will take a few extra the next. Discard it and mix course.

Jimmy Carter had been the type to yield demonstrated his appeal to a broad t precautions to maintain up a fresh batch each time. Should he decide not to

to discouragement of those who belittledhis spectrum of voters. freshness of their produce. pursue the course before,;. '.
Chlorine can be used on completing the notice to the
"impossible dream, he might have in the Roadside market and most vegetables with the VA, he must advise the schoolof
called it months They told him Even the old time professionals of lettuce which will
quits ago. market gardens often exception his decision, and it must
that under the Federal spending limits, party are beginning to ease into the Car operate without a suitable not tolerate it. There are no make a prompt refund of the

it was madness to try to run in so many ter camp, after belittling his efforts untilit I refrigeration unit to maintain harmful residues from use of total amount paid by the
reminded him that Gov- became obvious he was a winner. freshness of vegetables. The chlorine. It evaporates veteran or eligible dependent.
primaries. They S'I'f'r 'foo Yonnfj Tit Vttll questions "What can be done rapidly leaving little, i if any,
ernors seldom get nominated for the Mr. Carter also benefited from the under those conditions", has residue or odor. In these circumstances, of

presidencyand Southern governorsnever. new Federal finance law, although its /'orJim; in v (]:41 r/rr's (rill been asked on several Finally, fresh vegetables course entitled, the to the school return would of any be ;I I

suspension in mid.campaign hurt him as occasions in the recent past. should be stored and course material already
Jim ( oar-old son of :Mr. and Mrs.! Gene Ivey of Refrigeration,of course, is the in a cool place,
Ivey. displayed
They could, and did, give hundreds of well as others. Shut off, for the most o-j best insurance for this provided.If
Kugene Oregon and grandson of :Mr. and Mrs. J.E. (Hardy of never in the sun. They should
other reasons why Jimmy couldn't make part, from the traditional "fat cats, he purpose. Even without it there out. If
Starke. proudly shows his Jimmy Carter sweat shirt to Judy not be permitted to dry the veteran or dependent
itbut like the bumblebee, who didn't might have been buried in the early primaries Carter the Georgia candidate's daughter-in-law. Jim's mother, are a number of simple, but this happens, sprinkle either completes 25 percent or less ofa

know that by the laws of aerodynamics, by Senator Jackson if there had the former Janet Hardy, is a volunteer worker in Carter cam.paign effective practices freshness, which will for the vegetables or the floors correspondence course and

he couldn't possibly flyhe just went been no limitations on spending and no headquarters in )Kugene.; Jim looks as if he's ready to get help short maintain of time. and walls of the storeroom then quits, the school may
dollars on the Carter bandwagon too. periods with water to increase retain the registration fee (not
Federal to serve as equalizers.
ahead and flew anyway. The simplest of these relative humidity. The leafy to exceed $50) plus 25 percentof

So he started out around the country, Jimmy Carter was also in luck in com- practices is to delay harvestas vegetables and certain others a course cost.Donations.
from that seemed ready for July 3 Celebration. much as possible consistent like okra and peppers benefit
telling people that he didn't intend to ing an area with schedules for sale or immensely from intermittent Asked
lose, and that he would be the Democratic fresh leadership. During the years it delivery. The less the time misting or sprinkling. As the

presidential nominee in this Bicen- was struggling through the first throesof At Hts. between harvest and the moisture film on the After Lawtey Fire

tennial year, no matter how farfetchedit desegregation, circumstances had Keystone consumer's refrigerator, the vegetables evaporates, they

sounded. When he began, the big made Gov. George Wallace more or less less the loss of freshness in are cooled by a process cooling"knownas Donations of ladies' and

wheels of the Democratic establishment the South's national spokesman. He High speed boat racing, Three trophies in each vegetables. During harvest "evaporative babies' apparel are being
to of resentment but set for speeds from 60 to 110 class will be awarded to and preparation, keep all The suggestions given here sought for Lorene Rosier, 16,
tended to ignore him, hoping that he appealed feelings miles per hour and sure to winners for first, second and vegetables out of the sun or will go a long way in helping to and her son Steve, two
would somehow "go away." offered little in the area of hope and thrill spectators, is set for third place. These will be drying winds. In addition, maintain freshness of months, following a fire that
well-being. Carter did just the oppositeand July 3 at the presented following each handle vegetables as carefullyas vegetables where destroyed their trailer in
But he didn't go away- and after the once he had defeated Wallace in with Ken Garrison, a race. possible at all times to refrigeration is not available Lawtey last Thursday.

primaries in some thirty states, he has Florida, he became the focus of a new member of the Jacksonville This is the second year avoid subjected Injury. Vegetables to injuryrot that In fact, most of the practicesalso Kitchen utensils and baby
are severe
given his party a commanding front- era of regional pride among Southern Outboard Club and a local Keystone has added boat easily from invasion of should be used even by furniture are also needed, as
runner as a presidential candidate (whe- More than a third of his convention resident, in charge of this racing to July 4th activities. microorganisms. They also operators who are fortunate losses were not covered by
ers. have .
of the enough to refrigeration.r
portion Country The last event occurcd in insurance, Ms. Rosier said.
ther the deteriorate rapidly from
Washington "establishment"likes
is composed of Southern delegates
majority Day Celebration."I'm 1972, and termed successful.For .
him or not), while the Republican and displaced Southerners helpedhim increased activity In the life Ms. Rosier wears a size 12-
shrunken in shooting for about 50 more information processes.To 1 14 in clothing and Steve can
party now membership to elsewhere in the nation. said. "Both r 'i'\rJ: ; 1
less than a fifth of the electorate, is boats Garrison regarding entries In the boat reduce the incidence of wear up to a size five months.
inboard and outboard. Some
like Cartercan races this year, you may rot from certain micro people believe that if Donations may be dropped off
mired down by a bitter battle between As long as a man Jimmy racers will be coming as far contact Ken Garrison at 473- organisms, chlorine can you play a fiddle while you at the Division of Family
President Ford and his challenger Ron- rise to top position in the presidential as 500"or 600 miles away to. be used in the wash water. It is fish it will improve your luck. Services at 314 N. Temple

ald Reagan. sweepstakes, we wonder if the pre- enter 2654.No racing lower units will Ave. in Starke.

sent primaries can be as bad as sometimes Races are scheduled to be allowed below the U-J
All of this has worked, and will con- a
pictured. True, they are costly, begin at 1 p m. in Lake class Except Hydros. Races
tinue to work the
to of Mr.
advantage Geneva on a one and a half C
and work a hardship on the energies of will also be conducted as
Carter. As a result of the mile, closed course.Hegistration .
Reagan candidates. There are inequities and inconsistencies close to APBA rules as r
attacks on Ford, the President has been
in the procedures from is set for that possible.
pushed into a position on the right, while morning (July 3)) from 9:30to :
state to statebut with all their faults
voters as a whole have been displaying a 11:30: at the Municipal Democratic Nr"a
preference for the moderate center as they play an important part in siftingout Building located in the city Clay i
the candidates and the nomina- fee is $5
put park. Entry per
Carter. Set
represented by
boat, event, with a $2 Reception
tion in the hands of the people rather per

Although the incumbent in office than political bosses working in "smoke- charge Twelve for a separate step up in classesare class. Saturday 4.6 p.m r ;,

usually enjoys an advantage in seeking filled rooms." scheduled ranging from

re-election, it must be remembered that 55 hp to 600 hp motors, The general public is invitedto
Mr. Ford is not a normal incumbent. He The system, at least for the Democrats inboard and outboard. a reception Saturday, June
reached allowed an unknown, but poten- all elected Clay
the White House by appoint Garrison pointed out 19, to meet
ment and never actually earned the tially strong candidate to come to the several safety precautions County officials, sponsored by

power he now enjoys. His lack of experience fore in the best tradition of American w hich will be required for all the Clay County Democratic r .

in fighting a major battle is obviousin democracy where "every mother's son those entering the races. All Committee

his many blunders and his too-hasty has a chance to become President." boats must contain a safety Purpose of the reception, set
is what democratic kill switch which Old Courthouse in
action in That perhaps, our at the
changing positions following kills the
automatically Cove Springs from 4-6
is all about. Green
criticism by his opponent Mr. Reagan. process motor in case a driver is p.m., is to acquaint the public
thrown out. Drivers will also with all of the services avail- Ci,4
be required to wear life able through county officials
oRIQ jackets and crash helmets. and their offices.Refreshments. ,

COVh? Boats must also carry will be
.p 'j.G
Qtili if identification numbers on served. For more Information -
actnrtN 4 each side of their craft, at contact Democratic
arswlaC least ten inches high. Party Secretary Helen Ingle,

a Launching will take place phone 2644133.

O/1 BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER both 'at the Lake Geneva The Winning Float?
?70t4 Publishers boat ramp off SR-100, and ; n _
the lot adjoining Keystone Parade with gaily decora ted cars are nothing new to Starke a* this
photograph from
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke Fla. Beach. era provea. The car Is believed to have been a a bY-looe
Under Actof March 3, 1879.Subscription. Legend has it that If soma 4.E. Middleton.Sealed behind the wheel 01 the leven-pasunler Woman'l Club nut Empire Is owned In the 1920'1 by Dr
rate in trade area: .6 per year: $3 50 six months. A tractor and a four wheel one in your family can make Matthews on her rlghL On the two IoIdlng..att In middle are Mn.Madle ND 1\IIddietOll with Jeannette -
Outside trade area: *7 per year: S4.00 six. months. drive vehicle will be hi* first and fourth finger side of car and Mrs. W.E. Middleton on her right. Seated alone on rear teat Walnwrlp&I II OQ driver
Phone 964-6305 Starke, Fla. available for launching some touch over the back of his )Futch: house In rear Is the present G.J. McGrlff home, which has been remodelled. Occasion SI.trunk
of the bigger boats. hand, he I I. a good cook! parade la not known. foMheage

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June 17.1976 TELEGRAPH Page II
Schoo1.Fencin FT ,zS&ea- i.iiiiii k....-:. ,,
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. e a a e e a__ __ -. I
(From Page 1) "-" ;-_ .-_- r ,
urged the board. "You're leaving out the high -- -- ;;:;--- .,mllII'IIIIII' -
have a closed .
campus as pre- (1 Irl'
sent board policy dictates The fence is not a bad idea, school?" Gaskins asked. !. V --- -, j (I ''III '__ r

Casey added. Casey said, but pointed out a "Yes" Hall replied."If -i' .g:m_ 'f

"Some barrier is needed to for committee unanimously voted we leave out the high VS 5 .J ., dt(:?'
a 42-inch
fence it
which iswhat's S
school obviously
someone inadvertently
prevent "'" '
running grew to five feet, then six feet happening then this "....J. a.
across the :
before .F; ,,'"
back ,
coming down to
road, Casey said. principal hasn followed ". .
like for them original 42-inches in plans policy, nothing has been '
"I'd to stay :"t er ,.; wrr
Salley presented '
because that's what the board Monday The done. I '
architect said anything less "I want the board to reviewthe *
wants Casey continued, i tpeM
Ing he will enforce that policy.say- than 42 inches would not be situation and take action e 4'' f
much of a deterrent "
But the former and future against that principal, tj
added "I think we need the In- Gaskins continued, talking 4.t
BUS principal
arrangement needs to be genuity of the administrationand about next term if the board's '4 j e r
desire of
made to feed students whodon't the students present closed campus policyis (
Casey added : -
want to eat lunch in the not followed. l'
cafeteria. That is Mrs. Spengler said she The board approved fencing I N _
presently a
big part of the problem of the was talked surprised to BUS at students the Intelli-and BUS, Starke, Southside, and ..n ==
Brooker Elementary Schoolsat
students said leaving He the campus, gent remarks they made. One a Dec. 17, 1975 meeting. At k _.._ _
Casey suggested v
working this summer on ideasto student asked how much that time architect Salley s/4I 4t I I
solve that problem for next money would take to repairthe recommended raising the ,
fences after they were up a fencing to a height of six feet "
fall; Casey want to -
few months. Another "f 6'Ist
involve parents students and sug- to discourage climbing by students t
gested the money would be Salley's plans Monday
solution.teachers in working out a spent better on covered walk- called for a 42-inch height. 4,

ways between the main BUS In other action Monday .
"Include something" that building and old Building A night, the school board: __
would reasonable
Casey and the gym --Reappomted non-instructional _
"We were not treating themas personnel as a group _
grown students, but like but minus classification as

children," was the objectionof secretary I, secretary II, or r_ 5,2
120 % Off I said.the students, Mrs. Spengler paraprofessional as Supt r tw .,. .

Richard Jockel had recommended -
,..... -- '1t'r" At that point, Gaskins beganhis The board set a Students Honor Starke Elementary Principal Clark On Final Day
argument to include the July 1 at 9 a.m. to
r.Y'q' f fences around BUS in his meet with non-Instruc- Starke Elementary principal Carl E. Clark standing In rear with Bradford High Wishing their principal farewell are ((1-r), front row: Randy Alldrege Jody
motion Hall pointed out the tional personnel any to talk about principal Charles "Francis receives a farewell wish from fifth graders on the last Griffis. Adrienne Pollard Bernie Akrldge Sharon Garvey, Michelle Kimutli Kay
board has three months to try salaries and working condi- dIY: of school June 11. Clark begins duties as assistant adult education principal at Allen, !Mark Barber, John David Francis, Selina Cassels and Ruth Jenkins. Back
to find a solution without row: Daniel !Martin, Doug Samons Tracy Davis, Tony UiRgs/ Kim Cogdill
fences. tions.Approved forms which the lirailfordl'nionucational Technical Center this fall. Southside Elementary: Melanie Gahagen, Paul Johns. Juice Wise, Greg Wilkinson, Dawn Joiner Lori
Casey said the car problem of discrimination on principal I Dewey ;McKinney has been named for Clark's position at Starke Kleinen-: (Clark Connie Moody Kim Brown and Renee Wimberly. Lorrle O'Steen on far
complaints sex -
at BUS is also the responsibility may be made under Florida tary when school resumes for the 1976-77 session. right, composed and read a poem for farewell ceremony.

of the police. law ----------

Gaskins pointed out a student Was told by attorney Jess summer program, to run July buses by non-school groups.
was assaulted at or near Wolbert that to abolish an administrative 5 through August 13, at the vo- -Set a meeting at 5 p.m. Cols News I
BUS but the police said they position, the tech center. June 28 to open bids on work lunity

could do nothing about the matter must be placed on an -Approved the resignationsof man's compensation, plus
incident because they could agenda for a future meeting. Joe Hull who is leaving the several other matters placedon -

not prove it took place on It could not be taken up at county; and two Starke Ele- that agenda Monday NAACP MEETINGThe : 1969 graduate of Bradford
school property. Gaskins said Monday's meeting without mentary teachers to retire, -Set a 5 p.m. June 30 meet- regular meeting of the ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER High School. She received an

the case was turned over to prior notice under the Florida Zeporah Jennings and Lucille ing to award the workman's Bradford County Branch of I' A.A. degree from Lake City
the Division of Youth Ser Administrative ProceduresAct Johns compensation bids. NAACP is set Monday night, Junior College and her B.S.
vices, but neither the DYS nor Wolbert said. Board -Approved a $32,918 pay -Opened bids on a welding June 21, at Pleasant Grove Degree from the University of
the state attorney would prosecute member Rodney Hall had ment to Triest Construction project for the vo-tech center Church at 8 p.mAll West Florida, Pensacola.She .
DuoTangFolders asked if it was possible to Company for completion of and turned them over to staff interested citizens and 1 + is employed by Putnam
J.T Parrish said, in his abolish the administrative the first portion of nine port- for evaluation members are invited to County District School Systemas
opinion, a fence below five post now held by Joe Hull whois able classrooms scheduled to -Deferred until June 28 a attend. The cooperation is a teacher at Crescent City
feet would not secure the resigning to be ready by mid-August; The discussion of a contract with needed for success. New Junior-Senior High School.
*: grounds Police Chief Jimmy of becomeJrincipal : project cost will be covered by Certified Public AccountantPat members are welcomed i r + Mr Lovell is a 1969 graduateof

20 Each Bowen told him, Parrish said, Senior High School. Hall indicated state construction funds Farnsworth for the auditof 1 Milleton High School
the gates across the roads he wants to leave the -Set an 8 a.m. meeting next the school system's internal Church News 1Y:1 Crescent City. He received his

Regularly Cents would be the best idea to con- post unfilled and abolish it Friday, June 25. to discuss accounts. Greater Allen Chapel B.S. Degree from Edward
trol traffic.. from the board staffing chart changes in the board's policyon -Approved the 1976 summer 1\.l\I.E. Church, Rev R.G. Waters College; Jacksonville.He .
The Gaskins asked how the high Hull had been slated next allowing non-school groupsto inservice training program as Heastie, pastor. Service f fa'3 is presently employed by
school got to be an alternate. term to be assistant principalat \ use school buses. The 4-H outlined by Director of Curriculum schedule as follows: Weekly Hudson Pulp and Paper
Office Shop Salley replied because the both Starke and Southside Club has requested use of and Instruction Lucille services began with Prayer t.. Corporation in Palatka.
high school doesn't qualify for Elementary Schools, halftimeat school buses to travel to 4-11 Payne.Authorized. Meeting and Class meeting
110 West Call St. state funds. The fences at BUS each. camp, a situation preventedby Supt. Jockel to each Tuesday night at 8 p.m. The True Church of God in
Phone 964.5764 must be constructed with local --Approved instructional present school board policy proceed on his work for join- Sunday services will begin Unity. Elder Sampson White
Starke monies, Salley said. personnel for a 30-day which denies use of school ing a five county school district with Sunday School at 10 a.m. I pastor.. Service activities as
follows: Monday night Prayer
cooperative organizationfor
Morning Worship at 11 a.m.
central of meeting. Wenesday
Choir Union at 3 pm at
supplies and equipment. The All members Tarrying service.. Friday
Macclenny are
organization would be head- night. Bible class. Sunday
asked to give full cooperationto Patricia
Bright will for
school begin service
quartered in Putnam County
all activities of the churchfor
Proceed, Jockel was told, if the day. Morning Worship at
more money can be saved success. LovellBrightEngagement 11 a.m. Evening Worship. at 6
Father's We
Sunday is Day Told -- -
tion than is spent on--the organiza- will honor him on this day. The Rev.. and Mrs D.L- p.m Mt.. .Pisgah A.M.E.; Church.. I

Greater Bethlehem Bright announce the Rev. George Farmer, pastor.
-Approved plans for a sum-
Church, Rev. and
Freewill Baptist engagement approaching services Tuesday
mer program for about 41 Jasper Williams pastor.. marriage of their daughter, night Weekly Choir rehearsal before
Bradford Middle School students -
Service schedule as follows: Patricia Ann Bright, to and third Sunday.
the first
who failed to pass by Vacation Bible School started Charles How Lovell, son of school will begin
flunking three subjects. The Monday, June H, and will Mr. and Mrs. Haywood Lovellof at 10 a.m.
services Sunday
students will be given an continue until Friday, June 18, Crescent City.
opportunity to make up lost from 68pm. each day. A A July 10 wedding is being Personals
ground this summer. Prin- commencement program will planned at Pilgram Rest
Miss Sherill Austin of
cipal Lennard Register said be held Sunday morning at 11 Freewill Baptist Church in
Lawtey is spending her
next year the failure stan- a.m. Dinner will be served at Lakeland. Miss Bright is a
dards are being strengthenedfrom vacation in Rantoul Illinois
12:30.: Evening Worship at 6
failing three subjects to p.m. The public is invited to
I failure of math and reading or attend.

s rV4 three subjects. This term a Pleasant Grove and Mt
student failing just two subjects :Moriah United Church

even if both math and Parish Rev Willie Stitt, .
reading were the subjects pastor. Service activities:
failed, could pass on to the Weekly services began at
next higher grade. Pleasant Grove with the
Heard Business Manager Young Adult Choir rehearsing
Eddie Douglas report on audit
every first and second
q criticisms made by state audi- Monday night at 7:30.: The 0
tors who went over the school choir rehearsingevery
young junior
f i'i'J.Pf
board books for five months Tuesday at 6 p.m.
recently. Most criticisms have Wednesday Prayer Meeting at

already been corrected 7 p.m. Bible Class Thursday at
Douglas said and action is
8 p m. Sunday services
Mt1"p being taken to correct the begin with Sunday School at 10
remaining deficiencies cited. a.m. Love feast service at 4
p.m. Everyone is invited to
Children Are attend all services.
J o'i Services will begin at Mt.

Moriah with weekly Tuesday
Safer In BackSeat and
night Prayer Meeting

prayer service at 7 p.m, Choir ARE YOU A .;;. ,
Patrol rehearsal for Choir No.2.
Says Each Wednesday night before PACKRAT '
c- the first and third Sunday
t TALLAHASSEEChildren rehearsal for choir No. 1.
under IS years of age are least Sunday services will begin ? /

likely to be injured in an automobile with Sunday School at 10 a.mAt .
crash if restrained and 11 a.m. there will be a
in the back seat recent studies Father's Day Program.

show says the Florida High- :New Bethel and Ebeneter

way Patrol. Baptist Churches Rev. Leroy
Recent studies over a two- Davis pastor Service

year period involving 26.971 activities: Weekly services
passengers less than 15 yearsof will begin with Prayer
age indicated that childrenare Meeting and Bible Class

Us Take The most likely to be inured in combined. Sunday services
Let a crash if they are in will be concluded with Sunday
front seat and have no re School.

straining equipment such as a Ebenezer service activity SELL
seat belt to keep them from began Tuesday night with your used or unwanted

Your hurtling forward and strikingthe Bible Class and Prayer and other items
Off furniture :
Monkey windshield or dash. says meeting Thursday night. appliances
Colonel Eldridge Beach,
Sunday services will begin
classified ad in t
patrol director. with Sunday School at 9:30: through a
The study proved that just a m. Morning service at 11
by keeping children in the a m. Communion service at 6
Bk"We back seat reduced the injury pm.

rate by 28 percent. The use of The First Born Church of Co
restraints such as seat belts or J
the Living God Elder S.V
child restraints reduced the Cohens, Service
injury rate by 39 percent in the activities as follows: First and (!tiliiji ptl

Will Prepare Your Printed Message front back. seat and 31 percent in third Sunday. Sunday
schoo: at 10:30: a.m. Morning
"Compared to the cost of Worship at 11:30.: Y.P.C.W,
Letter Heads Accounting Forms insurance, the simple act of and or exchange service with STANKC: FLORIDA 32Oftt +
Stationary. seeing that your children are Gainesville. Visitors are
properly restrained while traveling -
1* You Name It. in a car may be the always Weekly welcome.services for First
Statements. "
of life,
e e greatest your Born Tuesday night. 7:43
Col. Beach states. Prayer service. Friday night The classified ad section bringsthe
ServicePhiladelphia .
Fast & Efficiently 7:45: Tarrying

Missionary marketplace for new and
Baptist Church Rev. May .

Berry, pastor Sunday used items sales and ser-

mWL IDf/IflD; ( fJWUIIJU W Sunday services Communion School will service begin at at 10 11 with am a.m. vices into your, home.TELEGRAPH.

Friday night June 25, there
will be a pre-Homecoming

Call I St. Starke Fla. 964-6305 Program sponsored by Mrs
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'Ie 12 TELEGRAPH June 17.1978

: Federal Funds Total $2,624,000Locally

j.jY j- 1

(Special to the Telegraph) Throughout the State of Florida -
NEW YORK, June'12 To as a whole the was approximately $3,831,000, buttons exceeded the aid that Best off were taxpayers in
what extent has Bradford totaled the according to a breakdown of was received. Two states Alaska, who paid only 42 cents
$1.317,000,000 Tax
County been sharing in the Foundation the Tax Foundation's figures. broke even. The others ended per dollar of aid.
billions of dollars of Federal reports.awarded for such The statewide total amountedto up ahead of the game. No attempt is made to bal-
funds that are distributed education 1918000000. These costs The tax burden fell most ance the grants and the costs
needs welfare
as are exclusive of it is pointed out. The wardsare
annually by the government matching heavily on residents of
health job training, urban renewal -
151 through grants-In-aid? food road funds.In Florida. They paid $146 for determined by a commun-
'' 20 of the states the ity's needs and requirements.
r 6 1 Of the $48.2 billion handedout struction and the like. contri each dollar of aid received.

by Washington in the past The amounts, it is -_ -- .- - - - -
fiscal year, including $6.1 explained, represent only
billion in revenue sharing
grants-in-aid and revenue
Kants,how' much reached the sharing and do not include '
01"1the\ basis of Treasury general Federal expenditures Summer ale
in local areas for goods and <
Department figures and a services.
I } state-by-state analysis of Also considered in the study
141 them made the
by Tax Foundation is how much these benefits
a non-profit organization cost the communities that l-
R that keeps track of government receive them. They are paid
taxation and spend- for, in whole or in part by the I4 ii I'' n -
,Bradford receiveda pM -1
4't ing County portion of their income and
small share.
relatively excise taxes that goes into the
An estimated $2,624.000 was aid programs
earmarked for local
purposes Bradford County's contribution R
during the year under a to them in the past yearnnON
variety of aid programs.

Stutlents Read For Multiple Sclerosis; 197312x70 2 Repo'sFor 1260 1974

Six students were selected winners, of the first annual :Multiple Sclerosis Kead-A-Thon In a YEARRECEPTION 3 Br
drawing last week Invoking all student participants. \Donations to the students for reading books 2 Br
Sclerosis totaled 1750 Society.for the Bradford Chapter of the North Florida Chapter of the National Multiple 2 Bath Only

Mrs. Barbara Crews, victim of multiple sclerosis for the past 12 years, presents a walkietalkieto
eighth grade grand prize winner! ('hub Johnson, at Bradford :Middle School. Elaine Cothron. *
BMS sixth grader at left, holds a stuffed. dog(which, the other six student winners! all received.John 425O 5% Down 415O
Schmidt chairman of the Bradford Chapter of the.:Multiple Sclerosis Society also takes part.
Doggies were also presented to :Monroe llerndon at I.a\lltey Elementary. Amy Clark at The General Public's Chance To Get To

Hampton Elementary Doug Curlton at Southside. Elementary', and Sue Ann Thibodeux at Starke
Elementary Know All Elected Clay County Officials

Multiple Sclerosis is a disease of the soft white fatty tissue (myelinkwhich coats the nerves 10x50 Good Cond. 9995Olin's
which causes partial to complete paralysis and jerking muscle tremor. The 1750 raised in the JUNE 19th
Read-A-Thon will go for research into the disease for which there is no known cure. Mrs. Crews ,
has been afflicted since the age of 21.: She hus been completely paralyzed, but now gets about on
crutches and a brace on one leg.
The best birthday pr..entIrs.: Crews! ever had was again!( being able to move on foot. Mrs. 4:00: 6:00: P.M.REFRESHMENTS .
Crews now gets about to do her housework, though!( she tires quickly and has to go in spurts shesa's.
She is one of three victims of multiple sclerosis li\ing in Bradford County. The disease primarily
affects persons between the ages of 20 and 30 and Is more prevalent In the north. Court House Green Cove Springs Mobile HomesHwy

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::1 '.a. f Zoning LawsSeven THURS. THRU MON. ONLY
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X new zoning
... ordinances, narrowing down 155 W. Call St.
r- county land use classificationsthat

'-, are too general as
'! '- presently written, will be I E Starke Fla.
.. ,"';" reviewed at a public hearingto ,
\ I be held at 8 p.mednesday ,
s I Ir t \\ June 30, in the
County Commission meetingroom
of the new courthouse.

Also subject to hearing at
this time will be an ordinance All FIRST QUALITY

r ,1 designating the County Zoning S' *. MEN'S DOUBLE KNIT
'e 1 Board as Bradford County's t J r .
t tl
-- N.St zoning agency under the Local / 100;: POLYESTER

,ro rlf.... Sfd t-ll<>r" Ttt (:Ifni I' Planning Government Act of Comprehensive 1975. I ic 4f\\; slacksc
Three !:
applications for \ ,
:Mrs. Harriet Brvan. right, presents a check from Gamma reclassification of propertywill \\c I a r
Thru and Xi Iota IfelU sororities to Lowell I'arrish. county 4-11 be heard at the Zoning .
director, in order that four 4-H'ers may go lo camp. JamieWhitehead. Board meeting in the County $7
Randy Young Janet Duncan and Jrt'IIndre"5 Commission room at 7:30: p.m. mr ms'TrauMEWASHEP -" It.
,,11be\ leaving for the June in-July 2 camp with about 160 other Tuesday June 29. SHORTS OR TOTS LAMS'Mlisn'i\ i
4-ll'ers throughout the countv. Y tONIO RE IM SNORTS 100% j i
These are: a petition to I + loq." ''''''on 0'"" 1
replat a portion of Lake ra t t rfa HI SHIRTS TANK.. TOPS (0".poly.,'.' ,10\ M
-c Extra Clean Cars *' Hampton Oaks to permit .! / I

residential construction on I... Raw' .IPAIM' /
As.sP l4 ..
smaller size lots; the rezoning WLArttAr. 5. k awls
: ( (au( AUTO : of five acres of the Covey
property adjoining Hampton FAMOUS PERFECT em FOR DADI
Oaks from Open Rural to RIA MIGRAND 10 p/O
"U (lIfC! 1b L fL Ltl!. SALES r- single( family residential)>>, --
and a petition for

.*u 76 OLDS 88 76 CHEVY MALIBU n the reclassification Nasworthy of property a portion on of 'r" ;: Aj 615 OFF!

4 Door HT Bucket Seats Console P. Highway 16 east to permit
CL construction of a conveniencestore. \ ,
Power Windows Landeau Top 4 Wheels .

IIII; J IlF I IIE I nntl

b $5250 $4995 g Bo it Racing FIRST NAUTY (/1 ._s Atslmt sons

X 75 CHEVY CAPRICE 76 VENTURA COUPE :*:" New Feature ram OR rau.Sill LAMES'ACHAnNYLON SPORT SHIRTS : 3a..taw.:3r;::;..

fa Tl ast ,
THERMAL WOVEN P.IywM.3r'1 ...' ..,
.s. pIm
Of KH JlIly4Boat BEDSPREAD BIKINI PANTIES Conan k-Ilabrlts.w varl.r a/ 5333 -... .......t

a $4295 $4295 a aC. .$Q88or add..aod_'_'. .Awk wra S688 Anse xl ..
racing on Lake Geneva = lull.Two tiytM.AMortvd V Uft* 2 $1 MII N 3- ,3
July 3 is scheduled to be just E ..ursm own
another added attraction for MEN'SBROADCLOTH --...............
II 74 BUICK CENTURY 74 CHEVY NOVA S' Keystone's Annual Our ... .. 3 _. J..
U 4 Door Extra Clean .a Country Day Celebration this 6IFT
4 Door Loaded vearKite. g'r PAJAMAS
AT AC, PS, PB years ago boat racing dt a 3/4I
a: was included in the July 4th -te r
$2750 $2750 : activities and proved to be a f i
draw ing card for outside area 7- IR ..nrurrvnr'
it residents LAMES' 1JL r1' *U' MEN'S CRUSHED sae's
a lake region resident, who is IAMB' SANDALS SANDALS WALLETS ... .. 3_ '206
Impala 2 Door Power Windows a member of the Jacksonville
Outboard Club and the COTTON MMM"ATSlSr A ,.,- $O47 J ahlw. PIT'S 1St HIIft
AC. HT. PS, PB Stereo American Power Boats $3:17 of colon. Mi.IN. alt wIM .....$3 1NIA u, / long long ..............
Adp,. anh...... ..,i'- Solid.end lon
INOb"n' ethw
: $2595 $1995 Association, is to head up this Cad.t.nla..M.aPO. 6-10. .U.M A.w.wa. la.d.an..bl.Mhbn aw.w.rbr.n U I bw. yr.. PSI IS Jr1a) '224
year's event with the help of M.' 3. .SS-' AwA ca D. .wrtmtwn.Iy

Wilbur Atwell. who served as .... ..
it 76 SILVERADO 74 DODGE MC during the races in 1971. I1
According to Garrison, who ... If 32uYoS
it Ton Pick Up CLUB CAB attended the Our Country Day ALBERTO IARTN 90L .

7000 Miles Loaded AT PS, PB AIR COND Committee meeting held ALSAMCOMMTH BORN -- ---a.:
before the .
Monday night SHAMPOO MAJ. --<;
: races could go on, he would + st. \ ,
: B 02. r l
$4995 $3895 SPRAY .
have to obtain clearance for :=;. \\ te 1
the Water Patrol, the w

it 73 FORD Y2 TON 74 SKAMPER POP UP* would Keystone be required City Council to have, and a 81 IA g tU ale ,lygTh' ''t r''I'\\" A, 1teldt2 ;:

Long WB Clean CAMPER m rescue vehicle on hand duringthe a% qundaa whit.list. Lrtb Bon, plnauaa theit 1wNI.t. Limit 2WMI. 7 01. CREST MEN'S CUT-Of SHORTS }( I.1'1"'d

Low Milage '. races. I quaml..il_.. toolHPAsn FRAYED t ,
On 12 Ford Ton :x Garrison stated the races v ; .
would probably run 2.3 hours 4 LI..t. I e BOTTOMS $344 1
; .
$2295 8. ri-i.5 d.niw ot' 't
$3895 .t While_dli8l r
with around 8-10 diHer..ntclassps ,,. r
,V .LL IA. bbi' M.s lhw t5 10 h I
III scheduled for

q.71 FORD GALAXY500............s129Snd !:! approximately runs. 15 minute -)

74 VEGA HATCH BACK 1 .. 1...5199511 Registration fee for the OR LIME
.. races was set at $5 per entry LEMON PLAStiCS POLORON POLY
cj 73 VEGA SIA. WCN... I.s=. ......51695 with an additional J2 tacked

fns 72 FIAT COUPE...................... 5995 on to step up in classifications. f-Fr-r--= JU6
$995p'U Registrations are set for the \ II ''I l 1 l J ) 1l ta ML $ ] 27

,lr69: CAMERO.Plcoge' ............... park morning area of in July Keystone.3 in the city \ \ \\ y WInI fpNTalM IA

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS \ Po1P.ehdtih .n.
With a staggering price tag 1 \ \ \ r ,TM. ,
of $S billion losses
473-4470 & 473-4078 in annually, )
it shoplifting is the largest recorded '
ta.IM 77.e
: crime: In the nation. W s/aJaa.l/tAfIK (MIll ..
Extra Clean Cars Teenagers form the largest l..w 4Ese'1 ais// ...... ....._...... S..I

single group of offenders. \

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1J Linda Powell Honored At Two PartiesMiss Church Of God Honors SeniorsThe

Linda Powell, fianceeof groom; Karen and Terri Department of Youth of bicentennial program to Rev. Drake preached an
Michael White, was Powell sisters of the bride- the Church of God in Starke approximately 75 guests. Mrs. inspiring message in their June 17.1976 TELEGRAPH Page 13
honored at a linen shower elect and Cindy Smith of Law- Janelle Reese honor.
honored its seniors with a ban -
Wednesday evening, June 9, tey. _____ quet Saturday night June 12, "America." There was a bar The public is invited to
given by Isabel Levy and Mrs. in the church fellowship hall. bershop quartet singing attend the youth service on Tomlinson and Daniel Pearson
Robert White at the home of On June 5 Miss Powell and The bicentennial theme was "Yankee Doodle." There wasa Wednesday nights.BIRTHS.
the latter in Gainesville.The Michael White were honoredat
refreshment table was a cookout at the home of used tions.to The carry tables out were the covered decora parade contest which was on Wed Saturday Morning At First Baptist Church
.:' covered with a white linen Mr.and Mrs.Doyle Hadden in and was
with red. white and blue linen judged on originality
I cloth and centered with Gainesville.
an The Statute of
cloths. Each table won by Liberty
I ',, orange, yellow and brown After the cookout held In the tered with an old bullet was shell cen- (Gail Rhoden) and Uncle Sam The First Baptist Churchwas
,,; dried arrangement. Cake and back yard, the guests were holding a flag. The head table (Harvey Rhoden). the setting for the
I punch were served. served cake in the cover was centered with an At the close an inspirationalwas marriage of Miss Jenny Lynn
\ 15 guests enjoyed the occa room. The table was arrangement of red and white given by Rev. Carl Hartof Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tomlinson, daughter of Mr.
sion.Each guest was asked to with a white linen cloth cen- the State Youth Board in the McKibben, Jacksonville, and Mrs. J.E. Tomlinson to
carnations. At the head of the
I give written advice on how to tered with a cake encircled Churches of God. announce the birth of a Pv3 Daniel DeWayne Pearsonof
i have a happy marriage. Later with fern and gardenias.The hall pictures was a of flag the on four the wall seniors with The seniors were presentedgag daughter, Jennifer Ann. Fort Hood, Texas, son of M
Miss Powell read aloud each guests consisted of the gifts from the Marie,born May 31 in Baptist Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Pearson of
Randy Joyner, Wayne Davis, youth d
I advice card and matched the Bradford High School English Nelda Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Raiford. I
Mosely and Nettie department.All
, advice to the advicee. Department and their hus- Wynn. the youth and seniors sat McKibben Is the former Rev. Ben Bryant performedthe
Those attending from bands. Bunky Soto of Starke. ceremony Saturday June
the rostrum the
After a chicken dinner the on during
Starke were Mrs. Olin White, They presented Miss Powell Sunday service while Maternal grandmother is 12, at 10 a.m.
I youth department presented a morning
mother of the prospective and Mr. White with a Hibachi. Ellen Burrows of Starke. Mrs. George Canova,

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steel spring. 45" Rlue Itintration ctowi on Juiw 10. 1976 pianist, and Miss Laura Kay graduate of BHS where she
overall length. Man/ Compltto delete milibl at any participating T G IVSto Thomas soloist presented a was a member of the honor
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setting. On either side were Tyler
KA/2400 b A Great SelectionOf identical standing baskets September to study in Being a
fir r : t I' I with old fashioned dental hygeienist a two year
arrangements of white course in dental hygiene.The .
SAVE $9188jfm t gladioli daisies and baby's groom was a 1975
$11788 TimexAndL.E.D.NOW breath. The family pews were graduate of U.C.H.S. and wasa
marked with white satin bows 1975.member of Who's Who
m EA.JUST. Watches and stcphenotis. among American high school
attended students. Following his tour of
Bobby Pearson as
We Also Stock Whip Antennas best man. duty he'viill enter college in
Mrs. Tomlinson attendedher July.
POIt POPWe I daughter as matron of

Golden "T"UNDERWEAR honor. She wore a pale nile Installation Set
green dress of !\supple silken
textured knit with empire
gathered bodice and square By Rotary
\ neckline with soft full long
Black&Decker* sleeves. Her sandle shoes The Starke Rotary Club will
of beige leather and she install officers for the new
100% cotton T-shirts and were
briefs for comfort "plus" fit! ,,. wore a handcarved antique year beginning in July at a
CIRCULAR SAW ivory necklace with a coral Ladies Night dinner at 7 p.m.
White, full cut. Now's the
rose pendant. She wore a Friday, June 18, at the Starke
time to stock up at these low, dainty corsage fashioned with Country Club. District Governor -
low prices!' % Powerful 7V' general purpose white daisies froths of baby's Bob Shircliff.'of Jacksonville -
d combination rip and crosscut breath interspersed with will be installing officer.A .
O saw. Easy bevel and depth wedding lace and satin highlight of the evening
i adiustments Sawdust elector. The bride, given in will} be the awarding of three
T-SHIRTS marriage by her father, wore Paul Harris Fellowships for
old fashioned ivory gauze distinguished service. to the
\ an
; .
or BRIEFS o gown featuring a deep V club.
Men's Sizes neckline front'and back. The
ivory, Irish lace gathered MethodistChurch a
S-M-L-XL [1 bertha collar was edged in

: scalloped fashioned waist Irish lace.was accented The old To Observe

with a band inset and tied witha
7301 sash in back. The long skirt BicentennialThe
.I $ 9 9 1F7 had three flowing tiers with
__ BFD scalloped ivory Irish! lace bicentennial will be
sewn between each tier. Her recognized at the First United
t 4BBH PKG. old fashioned tiara style Methodist'Church on Sunday,
headpiece of heavy Irish lace June 27.
'', i- SANDER/ matching her (dress, had At the 11 a.m. service a
( 0 C I POLISHER crocheted antique buttons "Colonial Order of Worship"will
outlined across the front. The be featured.At 12 noon the
3 IN PKG. sn ASSORTMENT | headpiece was designed by members will enjoy a covered
Finishing sander, her mother. She carried a dish dinner on the' grounds.
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dress in the fashions of 1776
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jacket m carrying case fitted carrying case mm m EACHGOURTIN' lace.Following place at Duplicate Bridge
the wedding the Tuesday night: Dr. and Mrs.
:;:"::"::":' couple honeymooned in Jim Minesmger, and Dolly
,' :::::::::, LANDING I NET Pensacola the first night and Kunig and Hilda Dey; Bernice
'' then went on to Tyler, Texas Brinke and Mrs. P.A. Johnson
4 '
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L : : $ Q88J with the U.S. Army in Fort Tcrwillegar and Mrs. Lex
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. Cindy Mitchell Honored At Bridesmaids Brunch SaturdayThe qv-'r--- -:"'?:""' --- : : Terri Cochran And Joseph Wilson i

Carl Hurst home on R. Reddish Mrs. Joseph ]liners, and centered with attending the brunch were iw
Searing Street was the setting Gissy, Mrs. Linda K. Johns, arrangements of roses. Bridal Mrs. J.F. Mitchell Waycross; 1t Repeat Vows May 27 In Lake Butler !
for a bridesmaid's brunch Mrs. Drew Reddish, and Mrs. nut containers with place Mrs. H.A. Rogers, Thomson; 1.tr :
honoring Miss Cindy Mitchell. Carl Hurst. markers indicated the seating Miss Jan Holland, Mrs. Jerry h,
Saturday morning at 11:30: Guests were greeted at the arrangements for the 30 Holland and Mrs. Liz Byrd. r Mr. and Mrs. D. Larry i!,
m.Hostesses door and were served appe guests. Potted plants, hanging Jacksonville; Mrs. A.G Cochran of Lake Butler
were Mrs. James tizers by Mrs. Johns Mrs. baskets large ferns and Hardee, Madison; Mrs. A.G. i announce the marriage of
Gissy and Mrs. Harry arrangements of summer flo- Hardee, Jr and Miss Alice their daughter, Terri Denise,
Mrs. Ricky Lee Hatcher Jr. An informal wers were used extensively Hardee,Dunwoody; Mrs. J.T to Joseph Edward Wilson, son
greeting and introduction of throughout the house in Hardee, Lakeland; Mrs. Mike of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilson of

Shower HonoreeMrs. out-of-town guests was decorating for the occasion. Garrett, Tallahassee; Mrs. Starke.
enjoyed prior to the seating of The hostesses presented the Ann Mattioli, Tampa; Mrs. I Rev Raymond Baer
the guests. honoree with the creamer to Herman Bunton and Mrs. -4iii'i' performed the ceremony
: Ricky Lee was honoredat The bride and bridesmaid'stable her chosen china pattern as a Dodson Manly, Leesburg; k : w Thursday, May 27 at 7:30:
a stork shower Tuesday in the dining room was memento of the occasion.Outoftown Miss Cathy Milford and Mrs. p.m. in the First Christian
night of last week given by centered with a large bride guests C.L. Milford, Stone Mountain. Ya. Church in Lake Butler
Mrs.: John L. Bradley Jr. and doll elevated on a silver stand. Presenting a program of
:Mrs. John R. Smith at the Flanking the bride doll were nuptial music were Sharon
home of the latter on Kingsley arrangements of pink and red L. K. Edwards, HI Host Minshew, organist and Doyle.
Archer and Danielle Davis.
Lake. roses. The bride's table was M e
Games with prizes and re covered with a white army- Barbecue Saturday EveningAround vocalists. J 1 4 VfL VA
Highlighting the altar was a
lace dinner cloth
freshments were enjoyed by navy over a
the eight guests during the pink liner. 130 guests were en- L.K Edwards III on Brooklyn T'J'orsrflts center arch candelabra with
I party hours. The mother's table in the tertained at a barbecue Lake. tapers flanked by two Frenchstyle

The refreshment table was family room was covered witha supper last Saturday eveningat Co-hosts with the Edwardson Obrf'rt 25th baskets of white gladioli '
covered with a green lace white embroidered lace the home of Mr. and Mrs. this occasion were Mr. and f' blue carnations and blue
cloth and centered with a cake cloth over a yellow liner and Mrs. Ross Covey, Mr. and pompoms. On either side ol
Mr. and Mrs. T.J the altar two
in the shape of a baby carriage was centered with a large Jonathan SmithChristened Mrs. Jack Courtney and Dr. of Forsyth were standing
will of
observe their ferm sets
decorated in and begonia with rose pink all of greenery
green and Mrs. J. Brooks
blossoms. The three other 25th wedding anniversary Doyle Thomas, uncle of the 'jJjtJj'H
.\ \\ Jacksonville.Mr. .
The hostesses presented the tables in the family room were SundayJonathan Courtney Dr. Brooks, June 19. The couple was bride, attended as best man
honoree with lingerie as a covered with white army. co-deve married June 19. 1951 In Ushers were Robert Bowen
and Mr. Covey are %
Folkston Ga. brother-in-law of the
memento of the occasion. navy lace cloths over yellow Miller Smith lopers of Lake Hampton Oaks, groom _
: and Larry Cochran. Jr
infant of Mr. Oaks and '
son and Mrs. Keystone Keystone brother of the bride. Staves \\I'_
I John R. Smith, was christened Club Estates in Bradford Bowen, nephew of the groom
Sunday, June 13, in the First County.
was ringbearer
United Methodist Church. the barbecue a cBIRTHSMr.
Brenda Thomas, aunt ol the
6Jh 11 1 arkins ot social lake-front hour was deck held of on the the bride, attended as matron of I ., _

Out-of-town guests of the honor. She wore a blue rose

Dog Grooming & Smith family attending were: Edwards home.the out-of-town and Mrs. Robert M. knit print dress with A-linc
Mrs. H.F Wilcox, maternal Among skirt, neckline and
Sen. and Mrs. Autry, Starke, announce the scoop
great grandmother, Jackson- guests were flared collar. She carried an
BafflingAlt L.K. Edwards, Jr. of Ervine. birth of a son.James Michael
ville; maternal grandmother born June 10 in Riverside arm bouquet of b I incarnations
Breeds Mrs. Thelma W. Leake. Jacksonville -e--e--- Hospital. Grandparents are baby's breath and
I ; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews satin streamers.
404 W. Madison St. Starke R. Taylor and family, Inter- Mr. and Mrs. Marion Harrington and Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Attendants were Linda s
Closed Sun. & Mon lachen; Mrs. Palmer Smith and daughters of Or. Autry all of Starke. Bowen, sister of the groom
Call For Appointment paternal grandmother and mond Beach are spending this and Vicki Thomas cousin 1 ol'
(Next To Piggly Wiggly Mrs. Brenda Durham and week at the Seymour cottageon .------ the bride. Gowned similar to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Wilson

964.5221 3 18 6 10 daughters, Jasper. Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Randall the honor attendant they
The bride is a 1976 graduate
Following a wedding trip to
wore light blue ruffle brim
Chism II. announce the birthof
of Union Adult School.
South Carolina the couple is County
hats with blue satin bows and
Randall born
a son.
Mr.Wilson is employed with
residing on Morgan Road
June 9 in Alachua General carried arm bouquets of blue Charter Construction.
Hospital. Grandparents are carnations and baby's breath Starke.
From Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Chism and with satin streamers.
Mr. and :Mrs. Edwin V'ickery. Dana Bowen niece of the Jennifer Cahill, David Harper
pre4rthe all of Starke. groom, was flower girl and
wore a baby blue knit dress Wed June 12 In Mount Dora
( with Juliette sleet es and white
"The cautious seldom err." lace trim. David Hampton Harper son Out of town guests includedthe
i *' Confucius The bride givenin- of the Rev. and Mrs. George groom's brothers, Tom
marriage by her father worea L. Harper, of Starke, and Jennifer Harper of Baltimore,Md.;,and"
silk organza gown trimmedin Sue Cahill, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. George Lea
Co11ct.& 1 50qb ChainLinkFenceSupplies Venice lace with high old Mr. and Mrs. John Cahill, Harper, Jr. of Lumberton,
fashioned neck line and bishop were married in the garden of N.C., his sisters Miss Naina
sleeves. Her ankle length veil the bride's home in Mount Harper of Martinsburg W.
r was secured to a Venice Dora on Saturday, June 12, at Va., Mrs. Don Lewis of Wake
trimmed headpiece with 5 o'clock p.m. Forest, N.C. and Miss Jody
appliques. She carried a The groom's father per of Starke. Mrs. O.K.
HOT WEATHER ITEMS F'renchstylenosegay I of white formed the wedding.A Boor and Mr. and Mrs.
daisy pompoms and baby's reception was held Imme- Alfred G. Booher of Starke
MARKED WAY M4 Y. breath with white satin diately following the ceremony also attended the wedding.
streamers.A at the Cahill home Following their honeymoonthe
reception was held in the
First QualityNo Harpers will reside in
church Fellowship Hall. Methodists Groups Starke at the T.E. Franklin
DOWN So Take Advantage Of These Savings Now. Seconds The bride's
. was home. David will be the
InstallationAvailable centered with a wedding cake Hold Final Summer Youth Worker at the
encircled with greens and First United Methodist
pompoms, flanked by live Church.BillChelunelll.
branch silver candelabra with United Methodist
L i white tapers. Jean Tanner cut Groups who held their last
iA' HANDYMAN the cake meetings in the past week for
The punch table was the summer held parties

473-4239 punch centered bowl with encircled a lead crystal with I along Group with One their had meetings.a barbecue Celebrates 1 11 1th

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1-289-2141 Alldredge and Marjorie and Mrs. C.H. Nasworthy on Birthday June 12
Roberts presided at the punch Kingsley Lake last Wednes-
FREE ESTIMATE table Bill Chelune III celebrated
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Assisting ere :Myrl Brown. the lunch, Mrs. O.L. his 11th birthday Saturday,
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Dykes and :Mrs Holmer gram. The 16 boys enjoyed a lunchof
Welch. ---- hot dogs ice cream birth-
T Group Five held its last meet- day cake and punch.
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A LARGE SELECTION OF JUNIOR AND dinner at the Homestead Res- Jody Griffis, Kenny Smith
taurant Tuesday night. Clyde Sumner Bill Sanders,
YOUNG MISSIE i ii ---- Timmy and Leslie Thornton,
Group Six met Tuesday Vince Couerson Ronnie Jew-
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June 17, 1976 TELEGRAPH
I Page IS

I r Madison Church -' Girl 15
NI I --- Missing. Since June 10
Youth Have

Christine Holly Thompson,
Ice cream Social r 15, has been missing from her
Starke home since last

Thursday morning, June 10
I The youth department of the ,
; Madison Street Baptist according to her mother, Mrs.
Bertha .
Church grades Thompson
Anyone seeing or knowing
A through college and
career the whereabouts of Miss
age enjoyed an ice cream is asked
social Sunday Thompson phone
the Bradford Sheriff's
church service at the home of n
Rev. and Mrs. Charles Department, 964-6280, or the v
Schwartz. Starke Police Department,
The 964-5400. The daughter of Mr.
20 young people attend- and Mrs. Paul Thompson of
ing were served Ice cream followed -
614 West Adkins Street, the
by singing and fellow-
ship. girl goes by the name of
"Holly"She p
is five feet, five inches r, Tt I
tall, has long brownish.blonde t A
I hair and blue eyes. Holly was
last seen about 11 a.m.
Thursday when she left the
... r house, saying she was going p..1. .

for a walk. She was wearing a
Retirees Tell Readers bout Florida white T-shirt with the word Miss Louise Stern returned

I i t "Budweiser" on the front anda Sunday from a five day trip to
Bradford County retired teachers Eunice Searing Kate Sheppard pair of jeans. Nassau attending the Luzier
a nIl Frances Hamilton discuss with librarian Martha Minx
second from left) a new book at the library. Many Happy Sgt. Robert. .Drake presents chrome-plated. helmet' to Col.Harry M. Hatcher, with Mrs. Hatcher, President's Round Table.
at retirement luncheon
Returns. A bicentennial project by the Retired Teachers of Tuesday. ,.LJiJ y.-K-w Mr. and Mrs. Mike May and
Florida, the book contains descriptive anecdotes history and
Kevin of Ocala
son, Fri-
teaching experiences from schools all over the state, depicting a Col. Harry M. Hatcher HonoredAt M.B. Jordan of State Farm day night with Mrs. W.H. Hart
history of education in Florida. Mrs. Hamilton wrote the chapter underwent surgery Monday in and sisters. All attended a bicentennial -
in the book about Bradford County education. The Bradford- Alachua General Hospital.
Luncheon On program to
Union Association of Retired Teachers purchased copies of the RetirementCol. America" at the Church of

book for the public library and each school library. Harry M Hatcher, Jr., and son, Harry Hatcher III, Joe Johnson, CTvo John C. Tallahassee Doug Seymour and Hallie Seymour of Jesus Christ of Latter Day

retiring Director of Mainten- and around 130 other guests. Stephens, and Gerald Griffis, of Gainesville spent the- Saints in Orange Park Saturday -
ance for the Florida National Chosen to present gifts to representing the State Quartermaster weekend with their night
Coleman -Howard O'Steen r Guard was honored at a retirement Col. Hatcher from the various Mrs. Novis Ward Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Seymour.Mrs. .
luncheon given at sections of the shop were 1st presented a gift to Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James

United In Marriage 21 noon Tuesday in the EnlistedMen's Sgt. Robert Drake, Sgt, Clarence Hatcher. Louie Bell Parks O'Brian of Humboldt, Tenn
Brenda Carter Club Camp Blanding Hutcheson, Sgt. Edward Gifts were also presented by returned last Friday from have moved back to Starke
Miss Carol Ann Coleman were white columns decorated by personnel of the Combined Green Sgt Frank Bailey, Sgt James Christmas, retired three weeks visit with her sons and are residing temporarily
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hil- with asparagus fern. Againstthe Shad Support Maintenance Shop. James McCrary, CWO Ben maintenance shop employe, and their families Mr. and in Mrs. O'Brian's parents Mr.
ton Coleman of Morgan Road, wall behind the table was a StarlingTo Enjoying the luncheon with Holtzendorf CWO I\I.T. and Col. Jack Hadle, retired Mrs. Bill Parks in Atlanta and and Mrs Robert Barksdale's
and Howard Michael O'Steen, trellis decorated with ivy and Col Hatcher were his wife Smith, Sgt Mike Rhoden LTC maintenance officer of the Mr. and Mrs. George (Bud) home on W Madison Street
son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard grape pods. Mrs. Betty Griffis Aug. 27 Georgia National Guard. Parks in Roswell, Ga. ,
James Sullivans Give <*>! I'.mt-i Iln
O'Steen of Lake Bedford, were and Mrs. Ruby Crawford cut Outstanding among the gifts
united in marriage May 21 at 8 the cake. Richard Carter and Mrs.
p,m. in the Morgan Road Bap- The punch table was covered Esther Carter announce the Rehearsal Dinner May 21 was mounted a chrome-plated on a pedestal,helmet given New 1975 Ford Gran Torino
tist Church with Rev. Bob with a white eyelet cloth engagement and approaching all and
by shop employees, a
Cooper performing the nup- over green linen and centered marriage of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Sulli- pink predominating Bridal CB radio. 4 Dr. Power Steering Power Brakes Auto
tials. with silver fountain punch Brenda Sue, to Shad Edwin van entertained at dinner
a place cards marked the seat- Among those attending this AM Radio WW Tires
Eve Futch, pianist, Donnie bowl, encircled with greeneryand Starling, son of Mr. and Mrs party May 21 for their son, mg arrangement for the 15 event from out of town were 12 Mo. Or 12,000
Crawford, guitarist, and Don- grape pods. R. Edwin Starling all of Law- Marcy, and fiancee Terri guests which included the Gen. K.C. Bullard, State Adju- Mil. WarrantyNo
nie and Denise Crawford Assisting were Mrs. Clifford tey.The Woods, at the Holiday Inn following honored couple, their parentsand tant General, St. Augustine;
soloists presented a programof Martin Mrs. Hubert Cole bride-elect is employedby the couple's wedding bridal party Col. Jack Haydle retired Dealers Please Terwillegar Motors
nuptial music.Highlighting man, Mrs. Gary Coleman, the Tax Collector's Officein rehearsal. The honored couple presented State Maintenance Officer for Priced( Under Invoice
the altar were Patty Coleman and Mrs, Starke and Mr. Starling is The dining table was cen- each other with gifts Georgia; and Col. Bill Guerry, $ Madison St. Starke
palms, asparagus fern Charles Schmitt. Pictureswere employed with Patrick Plastering tered with an arrangement of and also gave gifts to their State Maintenance Officer of 1 000
spindle palms and Spanish taken by David Kirklandand of Gainesville. Both are mixed spring flowers with 'attendants during the dinner. South Carolina. Discount 964.7200
bayonets against a background cake made by Lisa Coleman graduates of Bradford High
of branched and School.
arched candelabra with burn- Following a wedding trip to The wedding will be held
ing tapers. The table in the Disney World the couple is Friday, August 27 at the
vestibule held an arrange- residing on Morgan Road. Grace United Methodist
ment of spring flowers flankedby The bride and groom are Church in Lawtey where a TG& Y -N-T-O I I
hurricane lamps. The pews both Bradford High School reception will follow.
were marked with tall burning graduates and both work at All friends and relatives are :
hurricane lamps decoratedwith Winn-Dixie. invited to attend.

satin bows, greenery and
grape pods. A unity candle

was bench used was marked and the with prayer satin Karen Alvarez FABRIC SHOPS

bows and grape pods.
Randall Crawford attendedas Joseph KugeEngagement

best man. Ushers were
Dinky Crawford, Tony
O'Steen. Joey Sapp, Hilton
Coleman, Jr.. and Gary Coleman t
I Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Alvarezof i
Lisa Coleman attended her Orlando announce the
sister as maid of honor. Bridal engagement of their daughter,
attendants were Irita Crawford Karen Elizabeth, to Joseph
Mary Ann Lyons, Becky t Kuge, son of Mr and Mrs.
Coleman, Kim Griffis and Donald Kuge also of Orlando.
Denise Lyons. They were The bride-elect is the grand- 1Ii S I
gowned alike in green crepe-! daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
knit long gowns with empire Rufus Alvarez, Sr. of Starke.
bodice accented with silver- The wedding is set for
green braid and butterfly October 30.
sleeves They wore long white
gloves, matching silver-green ?: SUMMER'j
checkers and large picture .I.I7S ;V;

hats in the same color. They Vernell Sanders
carried a candle in global NJ (
glass accented with white
satin streamers tied in love- Elva Hampton Jr.
knots and centered with green .

grape pods. Wedding July 4
Kim Griffis, the junior

bridesmaid carried a bride's Mr and Mrs. John Henry
white Bible decorated by satin Loggins of Starke announce
bows and grape pods the engagement and I
Apryl Joy Coleman approaching marriage of their
attended flower and
as girl
daughter, Vernell Elaine
carried wicker basket
a Sanders to Elva Hampton Jr.,
accented with
bows and
green son of Elva Hampton, Sr of
and white
grape pods gardenias
Starke and Susie Bright of
Atlantic City, New Jersey
Jason Crawford attended "
as The wedding will be an Nr/ I
rinjt-bearer. event of July 4, at 2:30: pm in
The bride, given in the New Bethel Baptist I
her father f'
marriage by worea Church in Starke.
white 'j
organza floor length All friends and relatives are
gown with scalloped chantilly invited to to attend.plIrJonat .
lace and overlays of organza

and ruffled lace and featuringa _
low ruffled neckline of lace
decorated with sequins. The Karen graduated from
fitted sleeves were covered Edgewater High School. She
with appliques of chantilly attends the Orange County

lace and tiny sequins. Her Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Vocational will School for Nursingand Ji*
graduate in September
white satin rose petal head-
Jr. and son, Keith and Mr. .
piece decorated with irides. and !Mrs Blake
!Mr graduated from
cent grape pods and two small Kuge I
attended I'I
the graduation of
Edgewater High School He
love doves secured her floor
Brad Carter
Saturday night completed Optical School in
length chapel train edged with
from Florida State University

Denver Colo and is
scalloped chantilly lace. She now an
carried a cascade of white optician, specialist 4th class
with the U.S. Army, stationedin
roses pompoms
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Meadows
stefanotis, baby's breath and of Lake Butler are rent- Tracy, Calif.

white streamers. Ing the J.C. Duke's house at l i u I I I 1
A reception was held in the 317 N. Myrtle Avenue. ,
church Fellowship Hall. Mrs. ;]);J 1ou..l now tr4
Gary Coleman and Mrs Miss Rhonda Edwards of :

Charles Schmitt greeted the FSU is home for the summer. Mrs.T.J Forsyth of Raiford
guests at the door Debbie entered St. Vincent's Hospital
:Marshall attended the bride's Mr. and Mrs Guy Edwardsof Tuesday for surgery. 0
book table which held hurri- Jacksonville will be week i
cane lamp decorated with end guests of Mr. and !Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mil- /
and pods. ner,Sr. and family of Madison
greenery grape Curtis Edwards.
T 0{T N{OYarlIO MrENX011 IOUEi
Standing in the receivingline and Mr and Mrs. Richard II A
were the bride and groom, Milner of Tallahassee were V f. Ju .amptny i pol cy to aiiy, At,t Ien,111N
T.f.n41/tfnutl luppl R our non I lit tr*
their parents and bridal atten Mrs. R.W. Reese and Mrs. Saturday overnight guests of el Innn't icfiand it'i not IIi11011 dutto
dants. Steve Simmons and son spent Mr. and Mrs. Miner Jr and q GKI itnfofttMfl Yn.n1uN IMIOM fiarawirtilinomtrcltinduu T 0' er nano a .*/

Decorating the hall were the weekend with Mr. and attended the dinner-theatre at 1 11 rYlt All/0. H MI Ont1 .nN Mte.14, 1 ,
palms and fern. Mrs. David Griffith in New. the Woman's:; Club. L.Ilel1/It*t MI tn*lu may rnlanuroel Bore"if YLIIM Unitpol qitil tymWian ; i1
The groom's table was covered nan, Ga. Mrs. Griffith and of 16 41 to w IAN you n/ luppy *in your
with a white lace cloth son, Reese, returned with Chase Hardy of Jackson IMtNllliiuiwta
over green linen. At one end of them for two weeks visit. ville and Mr. and Mrs. Don
the table was the groom's Hardy of Gainesville were
cake. The centerpiece was an Mrs. Thomas Pownall and weekend guests of their
arrangement handcuffs and family of Melbourne spent parents,Mr. and Mrs. Charles

chasing ball and the chain groom.with a bride Mrs.Friday Malcolm to Wednesday Pownall. with Hardy : ; : .t (glaJIi3 I :

Mr. and Mrs George
covered Mrs. 11.1\1. Richarde and Sanders and daughter, Sharon
over green linen and centered granddaughter Andrea Buck of Wytheville. Va. are guests
with a five tiered white fountain returned Monday from ten this week of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Center Starke Fla.
cake decorated with days visit with Mr, and Mrs. Andrews at Kingsley Lake. 301 S. Shopping

white roses, grape pods and T.N. Busch in Dahne, Ala. and
doves and topped with a bride Mr. and Mrs. Henry Richarde Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray

and groom. The cake was balanced and family In Pascagoula Tilley of Hollywood were PRICES GOOD THRU JUNE 20
by three branch candelabras Miss. Mrs. Henry Richarde weekend guests of their
entwined with Ivy and i and children returned with parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.G.
held tall green tapers. I her for several days visit. Jackson and Mr. and Mrs.
At each end of the table Robbie Shaller

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June 17 1976
............................ - --- --, Beach also McClellan of Starke spent
--- - LAWTEYAlachua Mr. and Mrs. J C. with them.
children of Palatka were of Jacksonville, spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs Tommy Clayton
LEGALS CHURCH her mother afternoon with them. Jacksonvillewere
of of
weekend guests and son
Church oGod: Sunday andsister By Elizabeth Terry Randall Reddish of State
R RR............S.....R...... School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, Farm was a Sunday overnight Sunday evening supper
Other and
Boch. with their Mr. mother. Mrs.
Mrs.Daisy June 14, Monday, Ray end parents, guests of their
vices 11 a.m. and 7pm. General Hospital of his grandparents, Mr.
guests on Sunday were Mrs. Laura a boat and Mrs. J.F. Robertson and guest C.R. Crews
PUBUC NOTICE Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30 Virgil Griffis and children Gainesville, on Thursday trip with Sand, Phil and sister, Mrs. Edith Swinney and Mrs. Les McClellan. Jeff
YPE Friday at 730; p.m. admitted there on
p.m and Mrs. Tom after being Jacobs down the Ich-
also of Palatka, Ralph
The School Board of Bradford Sunday
: Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Evergreen Monday.
and daughters. River a picnic
County Florida will consider a Worship Services Whaley her tucknee
School 10 a m. Lester Page, Watkins of Tampa visited .
Mr and Mrs. lunch after landing.Mr.
rule in the
proposed change and
11 a.m. : p.m. in the hospital.
Kevin of Jack and Mrs. Jack White of
School Board Rule 3531 relating Wednesday 8
Meeting and Mrs. G.C. Stanleyand
Prayer Mr.
Sunday dinner from Friday to
sonville, were Deland spent
to Transportation at a.m., of
of their mother, Mrs. Mrs. Bessie Watts with Mr. and Mrs.
in the School p.m.Faith guests Tuesday
June 25 1976 Baptist Church: the week-
Myra Rafuse. Other guests for Crescent City spent Milo Smith and family They
Board Room of the County WPXE
Radio Program over her son-in- end with her son and daugh with
were homecoming
School Administrative Offices at Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible the afternoon Mr. and ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, attended S '
law and daughter, the Smith's at Calvary Baptist
582 North Temple Avenue, Worship Ser- Lee.
School 10 a.m. Watts and Barry
Barry .
Mrs. Joe Harley and family Church in Starke on Sunday.Mr.
Starke Florida. vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Mrs Debbie Arwood of Schmehl
Mrs. Doc Mosley
Mr. and and Mrs. Lyle
Copies of this proposed rule Wednesday
change may be obtained from 7:30 Prayer: p.m.Meeting Bible Study were recent weekend guests of Jacksonville with her grandparents spent Saturday, Mr. and daughter, Charlotte,and of Orange Park Ivlalt
their son-in-law and daughter, Jacksonville, and Mr. Orange Park Ft S. of
the Superintendent's Office on Grace United Methodist: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vogler and Mrs. B.L. Wilklson Sr. Buford Higginbotham ,,
North Temple Avenue Starke, 9.43 Worship -
School ,
: Saturday
Sunday on
Other guests
of New Smyrna James Waters
and family
Florida. Services 11 a.m and 7:30: their grandson and his attended FLORIDA'SLARGEST

This is in compliance with. Florida p.m. Choir Practice 7pm. Beach.We are happy to report that were bride, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie with Family Mr.Reunion and Mrs.on Michael Sunday COME VISIT N. E.
Statutes Chapter 73 310, as MYF 8 on
and United p.m. Wilkison 111, also of Jacksonville -
Elsie Norman of Mid-
Mrs. and daughters
1974 Florida Waters STORE
enacted the
by son-in-
Wednesday.The On Sunday their WESTERN
Improving. Her mother, Mrs. dleburg, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
) Legislature High School Mr. and
law and daughter,
of Jackson-
Lissie Starling, .Waters and family of Starke,
of Bradford High were ville, is still with her. Mrs Roger Edwards, also of and Mrs. Danny Waters Roof I
Mr. One
Richard H.Jockel honored in the morning ser Jacksonville visited. Wesrern..A//// Under
Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard and family,and Mrs. and Mrs. Everything
of Schools introducedby
Superintendent Each one was Mrs.
vice. Mrs Mabel Boyette
and Mr.
of Marietta and and
6/102tchg 6/17 a and member presented of the with congregation a gift- and Mrs. Frederick Prescott, William Wilson Elizabeth and granddaughter Smith, J.S Mrs Waters Linda Kay Higgin WESTERN WEAR RIDING EQUIPMENT

............................. from the church. We Law-feel Mr.were and Sunday Mrs.dinner Leonard guests Nor of spent a week with her sons-in- botham. and and Mrs.children.Mr. David. Albert Men's Ladies Children W TACK
of the
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR honored that one and Mrs. Carl Norman law and daughters Major and
of Jacksonville
man and son spent HEALTH
Teresa Devore, was and ANIMAL
TAX DEED tey girls, of the and boys. Mrs. James Dougherty the weekend with their Quality Name Brands

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, chosen as valedictorian Graduates Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Rivers of sons and Capt. and Mrs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milo PRODUCTSby
The -
class. of
that T.W. TATUM the holder of graduating this morningwere Union Springs, Ala. spent the Russel Lines and'daughter Smith and family. BOOTS BELTS
honored ,
the following certificates has Teresa weekend with their sisters, Valdosta, Ga. Mrs. Charles Nasworthyand Leading Manufacturers
filed said certificates for a tax> : Brenda Carter Mrs. Pierce Crews, Mrs. Onie Mr. and Mrs Eddy grandchildren of White- & HATS
deed to be issued thereon. The Devore, Bobby Patterson A Receptionwas Thornton, and Mrs. Mildred Schwartz and family weekend of Sara-with house,visited her cousin, Miss GUNS & HAND GUNS Many Leading Brands

certificate numbers and years of Dale Traylor. after Rivers A Rivers Reunion was sota spent the Arthurine Blanchard, Sunday Ammunition
issuance, the description of the held in the annex held Sunday at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. James Waters. afternoon. We accept

property, and the names in services. Sunday Mr and Mrs. G.W, Rivers of Michele Lee of Jacksonville Mrs. James Waters MASTER CHARGE
which it was assessed are as Highland Baptist: Services Graham. Among those attend- spent Wednesday to Saturdaywith attended a stork shower for
School 10 a.m. Worship Mr. 249 WESTERN
her grandparents
follows: ing from out of town were her niece, Mrs. Charlotte
and 7pm.
Certificate No 106. 11 a.m. Wednesday Mrs. Pierce Crews, Lawtey; and Mrs. Gene Pearson. Dusheke, of Jacksonville, on 264.3838
Year of Issuance: 1974. Prayer Meeting Mrs Onie Thornton, Auburn- Capt. and Mrs. Russell Thursday night. June 10

Description of Property: BEG 7:30: p.m. Sunday dale; Mrs. Mildred Rivers, Lines and daughter of Valdosta Mrs. Carrie Prevatt and Mr BLVD Open Fri. nite

750' S of NE Cor of NW% of Northside Baptist: Grand Ridge; Mr. and Mrs. Ga., will spend a week and Mrs. Dallas Pew of Plant : WliRLDand
NW'/4 S 634' W 729' to By. School 10 a.m. Worship Waldo Pringle, and Rev. and with their parents Col and and Mr. and Mrs. Harris (State Rd. 21)Orange ) till 9 pm
and 7:30: p.m. City
vices 11 a.m. enrouteto
R/Wgr rd. N on E R/W 681.99'E Wednesday Mrs Ed Albritton of Worth- Mrs William Brown of Orlando visited Mr.

967.49' to POB. Par. Desc in Prayer Meeting. ington Springs, Danny Rich- Sumter S.C. where they and Mrs. Carl Prevatt on Sunday Park
OR Bk. 39 Pg. 3254. Sec. 24 7:30: p.m.The Rev. ardson,and Mr. and Mrs. W.S. will be stationed. Mrs. George afternoon.

TWP BS, R.22. church called Rivers of Union Springs, Ala.; Breslin of Jacksonville spent Mr. and Mrs. C.K. Cowan of
Cowart as pastor.PERSONALS
Ndme in which assessed: James Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Watersof the weekend with her parents Jacksonville spent the week

Keystone Estates Corp. Tuscaloosa.. Ala.; Mrs. the Wilsons also tor. ..

All of said property being in Mrs. Mildred Rivers of James E. Pope and family of ...I Itl.It1K. I1a .:!!!! ...... ON SAtfTHURSDAY
the of Bradford State of and Mrs. L.
County Tenn., E
Grand Ridge spent the weekend N,'s alit rCl ...
Florida. of Birmingham, ...
Oakes --
with her sister-in-laws, Kathie BnuRnalrlunp' FRIDAY
Unless such certificate or Crews and Mrs Ala.; Mrs. J.W. Higdon of ji :Eil11:; -
certificates shall be redeemed Mrs. Pierce of SATURDAY
Maxville, Mrs. D.L. Shaw e AND I .
Onie Thornton. lot IN noses' _ _
according to law the property Lacrosse, Mr. and Mrs. 1" \
described in such certificate or Mr. and Mrs. David Johnson Robert Springer and Harry C j, wily? price'

certificates will be sold to the of Atlanta Ga. and Mrs. Ruth of Auburndale, Mr.

highest bidder at the court Stemhouser of Jacksonville Mrs. O.J. Springer and Mrs. W.S. Crews, Sr. and !
house door on the 8th day of visited Mr. Thursday and afternoon Garnette Crews of Jacksonville SAW OH GIFTS FOR DAD

July, 1976. Anders. on ; The Attwood Family,

Dated this 28th day of May Mae Wells and Miss Mike Clance of Keystone

1976. Gilbert Clerk S.of Brown Circuit,Courtof Clerk Arthurine her sister, Miss Blanchard Enza Blanchard visited and Heights Mrs.family Charlene Mrs.of Reita Raiford Addison Rogers, and and We've got what he wants. at low .Eagle prices/

of Baker County Nursing
Bradford Co., Fla. Home of Macclenny on Tues. daughter, of Starke. '/I' r Z* >txx <. to, /\ .._- QUALITY.
6/10 4tchg 7/1 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobs ,, '

..... ...-.-.-.--.-..--.-.-............... dayMr. and Phil of Gainesville spent Jf --r.
---------- --- and Mrs. John C. Tye ut .r. -J. VALUES UP TO 25.00
with their parents, t Iii It. :
PURSUANTTO brother-in-law
PUBLIC NOTICE visited their Mr. and Mrs.. R.W. Bryan. -. / r". \ ONE OF THE BIGGEST
SECTION 303.14b( ) OF FDICREGULATIONS and sister, Mr. and Mrs. FredL. P" .
Roberts of Jacksonville on Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mosley II NAMES IN LEISURE WEAR!
were supper guests of Mr. and i T IIIIII I' \'
Basford, of Kingsley
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:: Mr and Mrs. Gus Peeples of Mrs. afternoon L I ;t' Q. ,
Saturday _
West Palm Beach were Satur Lake on Morris \ f.-;'; '." /,;, ,'"" \ J
Mr. and Mrs. John ..
COMMUNITY STATE of Mr. and I ; ,
THE day dinner guests / \
and Debra of Rockville Ind., ?;J'"O I 1 J 6.88
has made Another .
BANK OF STARKE Mrs. Carl Prevatt. (' '
with their "" -;
two weeks '
application to the fDIC to move guest Saturday morning was spent fl j"I..1 J\ \
the main offices of the Cecil Whitehead of Kingsley parents, Mr. and with Mrs their Hubert ... j SAYE 14ti -1 t/ LEISURE JACKET, SRES .....
Priest. They par-
STARKE to 811 South Walnut Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle ents spent a week at Kingsley LJ 2.96 r; : -'iU.. 88
Lake. On Sunday, June 6, Mr. fOJ"
Street within Starke, Florida. of Worthmgton Springs spent and DISCOUNT POICE, ees344 'I 1 'liP
The COMMUNITY STATE Thursday afternoon with their and Mrs. Donnie Williams SAYE 1.11 SAVE 4.15 MEN'S BASKETBALL SHOES l
PC ,
the 29 42
family of Lake City spent ,. MATCHING SLACKS SIZES -
STARKE to Crews
BANK OF proposes sisters. Mrs. Pierce WITH LOW RISE CUSHION .

do business at 811 South and Mrs Onie Thornton.Mr. afternoon with them. Other 2 9 88 8 83 14 73 Super comfort on the court think! l ,J." ;\ What a Bur (w" rate on 'nes ,mt
for the afternoon were
Walnut Street. Starke, Florida. and Mrs. Tommy Talley guests to prided tnsoii art vents 1 712 The (lands one /Pots nui''rl stilt
Mrs Joe Allinder and ... mice, wo.11' .a. ,;..
The application for consent to and son were guests at a fame Mr. SUPER TOW DISCOUNT Pec, OISCOUNr pact wo\S. DISCOUNT rl '//J- comfort and M Com .n UK, 'c tt
office was cook-out at the family of Gainesville, Mr. and A COOL OFF FATHER'S DAY AND lunoiomt hone and ties ''n
Mrs. G.R. Summerlin, of Lake EYES DAY WITH 3 SPEED 20" /: '" J: ''solids and patterns
received and officially filed with home of Mr. and Mrs. J.B. WITH 2 WEDGE SPEAKERS FOR MULTICOLOR WEI-ALUMINUM '
the FDIC on June 4, 1976. Talley of Starke on Sunday. City, Mr and Mrs E.W. C'".TIIU I..OAT OR CAMPER. CHAISE WITH 4 POSITIONS PORTAILE FAN 7 BIG BLADES :_ ._.. : ( -'
Any person wishing to Birthdays celebrated were Williams and son Hal of Wellborn \,;. 4c' .rl/ ;J & _'t { ',..,
and Pastor and Mrs. SAYE 1.00 \ ,. .,
comment on this applicationmay Pam's, and Mr and Mrs c i .

file his comments in writing James Talley. Jim Hall and family IS-DAAWEA '., _. ." ,, "
We happy to learn T
with the Regional Director of the Kevin Williams celebratedhis are UTILITf -.u

Federal Deposit Insurance 9th birthday with guests Mrs. Dorothy Blom of Rai- 1lfl OtA ttde a ,ir{ PUSTIC ION N \l/f .1t J.
at its Regional Lisa. Ted and Louise during a ford mother of Randy Blom, j \ :* converse 'I/ .
Corporation :
Office located at 2 Peachtree family cook-out Sunday at the was able to return home from 33,3 5 CV7 Jf J SAVE 1.13 'f .. ;: t >It ,.,,, ,;

Street N.W., Suite 3030 home of his grandparents, Mr. wAs4. r \ :;. r.i '

Atlanta Georgia 30303. If any and Mrs R.W. Bryan. Indian I InfluenceTo 6 r-l\ .r.. 'P'
person desires to protest the Misses Lori and Sherry rwP:. -

granting of this application he Shinn went to St. Augustinewith Be I K xplni i nctl SAYE 2.00 YALU PLUS! SAVE 22% DISCOUNl : :_

has a right to do so if he files a their parents, Mr. and HOLE 1BW-30 t CONVERSE JACK .UIICELL' "

written notice of his intent with Mrs. Albert Tinsler and family Ever wondered what 14 8 8 11.88 NICH-OETERCENT TENNIS SHOES FOR DAD S "I"\I i .

the Regional Director within 15 of Homestead. lived in this area? MOTOR OIL QT. Posture, Foundation' melt' archv } PI -d --ar-
days of the date of this Mrs Maines Griffis and Indians Sandy Dais will present a DISCOUNT MICE WA! 13:51 SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICEEACLE'S cushion Not slip Slitnturei 71 17] .\ ;- I VALUE PLUS!, I

publication The nonconfidential ............................,, program on the Indian CLEAN GIVE COMFORTABLE DID THOUSANDS SHAVES OF FORMULA JD'DRY NELPS. DAD CHLORINE WITH 2a1w.sJhlt SAVE 24".
of the application are "'
portions influence in North Florida POOL CARE- 15 IB. SIZE 3 97
on file in the Regional Office as MEN -
BradfordCounty Lo
part of the public file maintainedby LEGALSNOTICE specifically in "Indian ? r VALUE PLUS! + p IULIGH J Per '
and a film, //f
the Corporation. This file is ,.......................... Influences In The U.S.." J. .III ACRYLIC SOCKS HIP PAINTS TOPS FOR POPS'!
available for public inspection ;': during the second week of the i.sw I FLUORESCENT ,y ". : 2S$1;: PHOTO SCENIC POLO SHIRTS
during regular business hours : PUBLIC HEARING :, summer reading program CAMP LANTERN The luiuiious leel ol' HO" poly i

CHARLES E. JOHNS : A public hearing will be held at : June 21.26, at the Bradford r.l9t2..+!t2' ester in todays tip colon S U

President : the city hall, Starke Fla., Tues : County Public Library .,

: day July 6, 1976 at 5 00 pm. : Plan to take advantage of .
WAYNE FULMER for the : Plac- 't I SAVE 1.00 ,
: following purpose this informative program ,+ P N .i. '
Vice president : ing a mobile home at the follow- Thursday. June 24, at 10 a min r 11.94I'i I ( /I
Itchg 6117/ locations: \ I IMEII'S
: ing the public libraryBiographies '
TO 1.00
: All parties will be heard at this of famou., SAYE 2.00 SAVE UP SAVE 14% DISCOUNT mice WA' 390 \

--- -- - (iril@ Americans will also be YOUR 7.88 2S-OZ. ICED TEA ."WORK SHOES IN 3
Reams Com at second 17 8 8 -- C
J 1. Fannie displayed during the CHOICE OR IT'1-OZ.' f4- NARO-WEARING LEATHER ,
LEGAL NOTICE ; SE Corner of SW!. of SE'/4. week of the reading program. ISCOUN la l Ittt wini up 10.1.1IEEAGUSS r' Toil?, Coodyear Kelt construction filar'. I''"II'4)
; Run N. 96' for POB. N. 1391' DELUXE FABRIC AIR oil resistant soles Sues 712 ./ t f.
T2i30" I
Section 4 Icl( 181 ;

of the Bank Holding CompanyAct ; 139.1'. By 146' to POB 755 S. SERVICE MEN I WITH BUILT-IN PORTRAIT LENS wrRr : _. -" ,.. L..
and regulations of the Boardof J Epperson St. ; .. _."" .
Governors of the Federal ; 2. Elva Hampton All of Lot ; -- ";::::;;- ", s \ fa \'"io"....,.,1 \\1 tL, \

Reserve System, FLORIDA t 5 and South Half of Lot Four in ; Commander Beaver T '..ft"...... .
NATIONAL BANKS OF I Block 2 in Nat Williams Sub ; Weather Patrol .1,7Jt lI SAVE 14"'. SAVE 12..

FLORIDA. INC., Jacksonville, Div as same is recorded in Plat ; Completes June 4 Coast Guard Lieu- \ \ y

Florida 32202. a bank holding Book 2, Page 67, public records tenant Commander Richard 3.44 3.88

company proposes to known engage as I of Brad. Co. Fla. Located on ; J. Beaver, 33 son of Mr and DISCOUNT pmci' WAS 3.6$ nSAN PHI .V.. .,...
through a ,
: Grove St. of
Florida National Financial : Mrs. Thomas II. Beaver SAYE "' GOLDEN FRUIT OF THE LOOM DENIM 4-POCKET SHORTS KEEP
Services Inc., in ((1)) The C AI Crosby Chairman : Starke. has returned to the '( UNDERWEAR FOR MEN, 3-PACE DID COOL THIS SUMMER

business of acting as agent for : Naval Amphibious Base. 2 94 Permanent press pollster, cotton Pel shun I00 t cotton denim is
Starke Zoning Board Little Creek, Va, after completing SAVE 1.00 SAYE 2,000 ,J 29 38
the sale of Credit Life and : valUE PLUS! T shifts or kmt Uriels S. M i XI Hit lacked Heavy .Iy upper

Accident and Health Insurance : Merrill Edwards : 1975-1976 weather DISCOUNT PUice MESH WAS) CASUALS 7rN ",,-'....'
225.4 (al) ((9)) t City Clerk patrol as the executive officerof 24 8 8 9 8 8 7 MEN'S NYLON .nlai
pursuant to Section t Itchg 6/17 :. the Coast Guard Cutter THE COOLEST THINS AFOOT DON ... I p.u.

of Regulation Y directly relatedto ..........................'.. Taney. ,PI.COJNrpOCe, DISCOUNT! PHlCI WAS JMt DISCOUNT PlllCt was 3146 Treat Dad t to 6ree; llenbli com FORGET >> I,
extensions of credit by the i with DIGITAL CLOCK-RADIO PLATS GIANT. NAROSIOI ICE CHEST 21-PC. SOCKET WRENCH SET ''OIl! Black mown white 712 co .\. ,s IAM I '
andorits / : NOTICE His ship equipped a 41 WITH v." I H" ORIYE FORNAMDYMAN ..... '
bank holding company KEEPS Cflll FOR HOURS AtOAt/ f''J
banking and non-banking : PUBLIC HEARING National Weather Service FM. WITH LIGHTED DIAL, ITS. OF PICNIC SUPPLIES .. DADS :#'" 'A, t \t I.,S. I R.r I f'\'\
subsidiaries A pub'ic'! hearing will be held at ;:, weather radar installation, is -- --... I ''I. .

Such activities will be the city hall Starke Ra Tues.. ; tasked with manning Ocean I SAVE 32% &, ae' I I \ .
6 1976 at 5.00 for the Weather Station-Hotel from as I I i5A "LR
conducted at Florida Bank at : July p.m. RUT 31 LOTION AgO w ,+ L--.Ji
Clark following purpose: rezoning August 1, to April 13, each + -if \. .. P-
Starke, Jefferson at located ,, .69"* VALUE PLUS!
32091 from residential to commercial year. Station Hotel 'l" .
Florida A
Streets, Starke
the following locations: approximately 200 miles east ( .... l

commenton J All parties will be heard at this ; of the Virginia providesan SAVE lit y'::: : : 2 44
wishing to link
Persons should submit time important in the AQUA-NETHAIR SPRAY, -- :... suPe towoisauN P.llo, ,
this proposal J 1. Lots 1 and 2 facing Madison National Weather Service Paolo ':it t I.
in writing within 790 .. J MISSES' POLYESTER OR
their '
I in Addi- weather system. In 101 1S% ol I
(1301) days of the : St of Block Wynn's warning X440 + .1 SAYE \ NYLON KNIT SHORTS B-1B
monitors -
lion to City of Starke. particular the station :r'lS EtSpO
OOtz J .
of this notice to: I
publication : 2 Lots A and B. Lots 1 and 2 storms threatening the AY E1.00 WllklTwon 8OHOeD .01 2 / 4 '+ : ,O VALUE PLUS!
f .
SAVE 21'(, .
facing Madison St of Block 2 inWynn's northeastern section of the 4v-., o
Federal Reserve Bank I Addition to City of U.S. 5.88 18.88 DlscouNr'"ICfwASJ.tt o. ') 1.96
M .. )
Atlanta Atlanta Georgia 30303 J Starke. This area located Additionally Beaver's ship rate WAS JJtfTWBPERSIN ... BONOEIRA20R. MEN'S cuss.....! SANDAL p: :. )
Itchg 6/17 between Orange St. and aided in search and rescue sort* LOW DISCOUNT Putt DISCOUNT a_ 3 BLAIES WITH COMFY STRAW INSOLE 1-r'e: __ SUP," tow D.- JNI' PHICC,

............................" Broadway St. operations and assisted other AMERICAN MADE CALCIUTII HEAVY INFLATABLE VINYL,ROPE 1.29 Hack liatnfi look VIII" nor fwd '\ =." y/ MISSES' HALTERS OR TUBE
| in fisheries ZOOS, SUBTMCTS, DIVIDES, HAT IP a. crept inlet CooC' Sizes 1 .M,1. I TOPS KEEP YOU SUPER COOL
llrnu'inlirr: I he words of J1'IIIHidlv : cutters engaged MULTIPLIES (NO BATTERY) CURIOUS (TAG BARS WAS.MT
"'fhenu't'kshall I AI Crosby, Chairman :: patrols

mlii'iit the, tvirth but lint its Starke Zoning Board :: He is a 1964 graduate of U.S. EAGLETHE CONVENIENT 1312 W. Madison St. PACK REG. 100'sPage
i Merrill Edwards. : Coast Guard Academy, New STORES CIGARETTES
inimTjil light : FAMILY DISCOUNT ? 414 474
: with bachelor
: City Clerk London, Conn., a 'til B 964.7513
I ,iirt U I/SOFT riiblmhfraII : Op n daily 9'til 9 Sunday
: Itchg 6/17 : of science degree.
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June 17,1976 TELEGRAPH Page 17fREE


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Senior Citizens For The Month Of June 1976 This Is To Show Our AppreciationFor

Those Who Have Done So Much. .

So Seniors This Is The Time To Go Thru The Attic And Find That Discarded Item .

J Here's 'HOW.. It WorkS Write Down The Items You Wish To Advertise, Bring To Our Office

135 W. Call Street. Prior To Noon Monday. We Will Run It For You FreeUP To 4 Weeks)

No Commercial Advertisements. Please B
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FOR SALEFOR FOR SALE WANTED Floriland Realty united Farm Agency,


MOTORCYCLESMimmt A FOR SALE S heifers 1200 WANTED Used refrigerator 393 N.Temple Av. /
SALE Swimming pool Reg, Real Estate Broker
.each 5 goats (125 for all; 2 ,w.ehersasd stove. In
sacrifice. Leadtag madufacturer 3 BR Car Lot 15JDOO.,/ 206 S.Water St.
young bulls 1100. $150i 2 good condition. Call Dab
and .
distributor ha akmdnumrectaagrdar - National Advertising
: ; sheep$175 both) 2 milk cows mere Discount 964-7923.: tin
1 Acre LoU RD 16.
poola left from Building on Paul Faulkner-Broker
SUZUKI 01 hTARKEi Your 1325, $300 (lone not fresh)II)
1975 1/2 - Irene Faulker
semen Associate
PERSONAL SERVICE price, guaranteed -
authorized Suzuki Dealer. Phone bantam chickens I2.00
fastauation and terms | HELP WANTED 31 Acres 1/4 ml. on St. Rd, Susan Bakken-Associate
W44IUO. 304 Fiat tad Street welsh pony due colt runs
Call collect, Jacksonville: days or kind for subdividing." 964-5065
tfchg EXPERT In barrels llSOi: Shetland pony o
workmanship evenings - -
904-398-5103. tfchg.: 6/17 AM YOU READY TO SELL
*65 964
chain link
--- --- carpeting fencing HELP WANTED Clerk 48 Acre Farm with home 1/2 ml

AUTOMOBILES USEDAUI'OMORILF."il'Stn and washer dryer repairs. WATSON'S HOUSE OF Typist put time, 12.20 per on St. Rd. 229. | YOUR PROPERTY I IOm

Call Allen Installation. 9648710. VACUUMS: Many brands of FOR SALE: Boat and trailer hour at the Bradford.Union - / 63,000,000

6/17 4tchg 7/8 new. vacuums. Used machines. 325. Also horses for .... Cal: Guidance Clinic office. In Cor. let with storage Bktg. ,, ptopliirs.npncdtoour.
Lake. Butler. Call 496 2347 - I
-- available.
!9644993. 6/10
Expert Repairs all 2tp '
FOR SALE !Motor Home. 1972 makes. Parts and accnsorle lor far Information and application 8J3 A. A Business on 301. triuillrgar
Lifetime 211' 350' Chev., 14000miles ( RENT all vacuums.. BuUt4n central. form. Itchf 6/17 - .nitionil I
self contained 4 KW vacuum. cleaning system. 404 FOR SALE Fresh. produce on 4 BR Frame large lot utility f drerlisml7 (;

Kohler Gene, sleeps 6, radio, NW 10th Ave. CaJnesvOl. 376- farm.Peppers,eora.cukes,okra. HELP WANTED: Maid for bldg., ...... by chain Ink fence "nchwrk I II REALTY:

tape 12.0110 BTU roof air. FOR REST:::' : famly summer 7110. tfdig. etc. Call 964.5219 or 9648877. To-Kona Motel. Call In 1511.011 -J I i

Excellent. contl. Ready to travel cottage on Kingisey Lake for tfchg. person Itp 6/17 Pearl Andrewi, Amos Cecelia G'JTerwillegar

SbJMX F. ikbno'Ilumma, !9646507 rent by.week. A/C. Cal) 5332M6. B6477S9VERN1EP.OOOM 2 BR Hock. In town,with fenced
10 a 20 PATIO COVER: .
after 5 p.m. tfchgPERSONAL : bad< yard 14300. -
tfchg Installed $185jOO. uninstaUed$140JUO. FOR SALE: Five G78x15 Goodyear Broker ---
Reg. - -
----- ._
-- Gator Mobil Horn. Urea bUckwall. 8
-- --- ply rat HOUSES FOR SALE 9545476
964-7700 3 BR 2 Bath Block; good loea
FOR RENT: 12 ft. wide mobile Service. 372.9767. tJcb((. fag Also four. 12x15 wide lion fenced 23000. One dictionary defines real estate as "land and
SERVICE home oulHlue city limits. W>R- muders.Cal: Steve Thomas after Here la what you have alwaysdealrad. - whatever by nature or artificial I annexation Is a part

I10VS.:'\ <*>4- 114 or 4734777. FOR SALE: 1 acre homeaitea, 5:30 p..... 964-7385. If ... We have a selection. of waterfront of it or Is the means of enjoyment, as minerals

KNOW YOUR, ( 111.001) tfchg Crwby Lake Estates.; 2 ml. W. dRake property with or without trees, buildings, fences, etc."

PlttSS; (m: day or night; anywhere -- -.--- on Rd 100. Owner. FOR SALE 48 Inch: chain link :3 BR11 a Bath Home,5 months LONGCIIAMP home The key word to me in this definition is "enjoy

A('(U.KX checks warning FOR RENT.: : (Hin's SubdMiaon fkianced.. 9M-64N8 alter 6 pjn.tfchg fence $1.55 ft. Installed. Free old. C.B. Construction on 130' Home and Budding ment." Ownership of real estate gives a sense of

sign" in Unlry right on the 1/2 acre lots 13000 per month. Estimates. 12892141. 5/27 frontage( by TOff deep lot atSunpnoo MaterialsWEBtTLD personal satisfaction and enloyment. As an
$2995. Koch l) 5/27 Water A Sewage furniiihed. For 6117FOR .
spot. rugs 4te1w
Y example, most home owners put in many days each
itch* 6/24 call Mark Olin, FOR SALE: Diamond needles -
Mto'e Mobile_Safe.Hwy. for stereo over 247 different BO!1'.8.Broker,. .y..... Plant Or Ouri year making the house place look better. This
-- -- -- --- any SALE Mobile home lots
lOll W.. SUrke 984.5MB. tf have them all. Dahmer's : 9B44464.' Your Lot Or Ours" (' brings pleasure and pride to the owner.
BILLS SAW SHOP: Complete ones, we 195 do.....Few.Iota still available / .. rs".o"-
FNEEESTB8ATESRemodeing < Now is good time to invest in real estate. We
service, Discount.FOR : a
sharpening circular ki several l subdlviiaans. Ph. 468-
hand carbide, chain mower FOR RENT 10x40. 2 1551.: tfchg. tin Call W.yaeDouaJu Repairs REAL.ESTATE have many listings and will be happy to counsel

blade hollow. ground and bedroom mobile home. Ideal 9644593 Additions ;-'- r with you concerning the right piece of property for
balanced lave at JackwnBialdinii for single person Air Coed SALE: 38 Snub nose. hand FOR SALE 14 f.Stumpnocker Homes Bought 5 / you. Telephone now lor personal attention.
Supply Starke or Key 964-6114 or 473-4777. Itc gun$55 22 hand guns $2195.25 boat 6 HP SoldTradedACREAGE New. 3 BR 1 1/2/ bath stucco.

tone Height. tfchg 6/17 automat guns from $4935. Johnson. motor, Gator Wen built how on dMbkt. corner CH&A ww carpet, *24,5IIO. 30 minutes to Gainesville
Dahmem Discount. Ifchg. FOR SALE - -
lot In city with 3 bedrooms,
------------ Trailer Sea at 320 N.
to Jacksonville
---- -- 40 minutes
2 bathe 9B448&3 4 BR, 3 Bath, 4 acres S45.0UO
living family
10 20)PATIO COVERS:: Ilnmra Church Street. Itp 6/17 room
: FOR RENT OR LEASE: 2 chair Parts - 50 minutes to Silver Springs
FOR SALE:: Mubil room, nice kitchen central beat
and mobile homes. S1HOinitialled. beauty shop For Information and supplies. OLIVS: MOBILE and air separate utility room Hwy 301 South,Slam 3 BR CB. 6% _.. mjSOO. 50 minutes to St. Augustine
SI 10) unin.tallrdrou FOR SALE 2 Oak .
call 4-aaiO/ : or !96 -795 after 7pm. HOME SALES, Hwy. 1110 W. : Whiskey plus swimming pod. a - 80 minutes to Daytona
,,\' MoniiK 1I1J\1t: SKH-: 6/10 4tchg' 7/1 Stark, 9b4-5006. trchg Barrels like new, 2 Mag - 3 BR frame, CH&A S1S.OOO. 150 minutes to Cape Kennedy
\ICKIO: 111 372-9767 Gainesville Wheels for Chev. Luv track,
- -
i-10 acre tracts Ugh'land on 150 minutes to Disney World
.. .
tlchgMOBILE 1 1850 BTU Air Conditioner.
paved road, Graham area. 2 BR frame 1 acre (9.200.
FOR SALE: 3 ton air conditioner See at 5th trailer on left on
----- -- -- ---- --- FOR RENT::: : Duplex apt. Fur- -
excellent. condition. Wilson Rd. East ol Ralph Bryan $8,400 .
: HOME MOVING: Also nliihed or unfurnbhed. doM In. Hwy Lg Frame houses. comer lot In 2 BR frame terms.
$300 negotiable. Farmall 230A. 6/17 2tic 6/24 EXECUTIVE HOME 1401 Ree St. Green Acres.
mobile home hurricane anchor- Buford %$tehe8: .9OI4H53 tfchg. dty. Clone to shopping area -
Big and mobile. home roof coaling tractor single discs $400. - Real Estate 87 Acres"in"surke 115.!OO. :3BR, 2B, LR, DR Kitchen-Den, CH&A, patio,

)Min's MOBIlr.( : Home Service A.T. Green, Waldo 468.1466. FOR SALE 5 fie baby grand 3 to 6 acres clear, 4 nut:NIW ofSlarke. - separate parade, chain link fence, paved driveway .
In Lota
9M-5MM. St. Rd I6W & FOR RENT: 12 ft. wide Itp 6/17 electric player piano In mint Specializing BuJldingor Mobile and Homes.LoU Acreage. 12 Acres well. pole & septk nearly new excellent financing.

Jet. 233. !Stoke Fla tfchgKllIJHVi mobile home outside city ----------- condition $2,800. Upright - tank, fenced (12.5UO. -----
FOR SALE Dining room player piano $850 Upright I A 2 mobile home sites. SPRING LAKE KEYSTONE. level with
---- --- limits. 964-6114 or 473-4777. acres on Sampson Lake. 100 ft. - Split
tfchg suite, with buffet ebln.e.bln.t. practice piano $275. Pleas. N.W ol Starke Terms. on _tel'. $7300 owner finaoe- 40 Acres wooded S4444X. CH&A, 80' on crystal clear lake.
table, 6 chairs. writ. Gail Watson 1844 NE
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Repairs Room additions, darairn Sears Flex.a.Loungs. 533- 40tb Court Ocala, Fla. GEORGE ROBERTS JR.
Need 2 to 5 aerea North olHtarka INVESTMENT Gracious 2 story home with CH&A
and kitchens
FOR RENT Small 3 BR unfurnished 2956. Itp 6/17 32670. or call 236.2321 alter Reg Real Eitata Ureter m- '
baths and ", .,'Inlf. Free 6 6/17 RALPH BRYAN buyer waiting;. on acreage adjacent to Starke Plata Shopping
pjn. 964-7828/ >;.: .
house. LR.
Carpet -------- ..
rNtanate Marcus 6/17 rilfis. 47321@1.527 Air conditioned large yard. FOR SALE: 3 piece corner d ., L.JI: 9 Realtor Call anytime'also evenings. Center "

4tchg (125 month (100 deposit group Includes 2 lounges and FOR SALE: 14' Fiberglass Reatron' -8788d.ornlghtMULTIPLE |o"acia/tfs| -----
--.--- ----- ---- HP DUPLEX Neat with 2BR, IB, LR, K & Dining Areaon
required 964.7015. Itp 6/17 table, 60. Call 782.3328. Up ski boat. !50 Mercury out 9B4-7154&782-33A7 -
\MU B.II'If (lor any age 6/17 board. Will ..11 separately each side nicely landscaped yard located at 202
-- -- -----
chid In my home. I->K1.! --------- 45000. 4734309. Itp 6/17 Mimosa Manor m uwTir flea N. Broadway within walking distance to conveniences
FOR SALE 2 French 782.3808 investment opportunity.
------- a unique
__ .. APARTMENTS y; ,. ... .
bedroom ,
----- Provincial living room chair FOR SALE 11 ft. Fiberglass Mobile Home ParkA ro was -----

): Iteiadentfcd Mite for modern, furnished. A/C and couch. Excellent condition. boat !S I Horse motor LISTINGS HOT & TIRED? We have the answer with a
swimnsng .' diMtri. carpeting walk, in closet Na Place
.pros' Leading .
Phone 964701ft after Cardinal Trailer 400.
attractive :3BR home
enclosed oft To live. sparkling swimming pool -
BxiUv butor, wants new. 1976 a! nice nude bark of yard aboveground to (. 315 patio West Washington .tr..tp.r"lnl 6:JO pjn. 6117 3tp 7/1 Hampton 468-1475. lip 6/17 hake. 2 BR, 1 Bath 111,500Starke JAM SWAP SHOP with a great Florida Room.

---------- 301 N. In Lawtey
LoU ----
conpadtratinn St 964-8601. Itchg 6/17 Large
given for.pool.prune Top kvation. loot FOR SALEI Lot off SR.16. FOR SALE Lake. place. lot Yard CaroC.rb.geCane 2 BR, 1 Bath I13JW Used furniture, household BESSENT ROAD 60 acres with home and trailer.
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with well and plenty of A trailer. Hampton Lake. goods, hanging A potted
mini this Call J 3KI513r
.oppnrturatv able.m tree. Richard Addison 431- someone at property now. Mail Boxes Hampton 5 BR, 2 1/2 Bath plants, fishing ...quipm..nt.clotbln Ripe for development.
> JarkiwnvUle roD>ct. tfchg1OSt li
v -----
1193. Itp 6/17 After Sunday call Jacksonville WaterCentral 28900. ,, tools A etc.
Barns etc. (125 month. JoeB. New River..3: level brick
-- -- -- 388-8477. )tee 6/17 POTPOURRI 54 Acres
--------- Sewage PlotGarbagePtdnup
: HrJt.lir safely 8L.. Olive, Shady Oak'sTrailer FOR SALE: 1973 Travel :3 acres. DoublewUc 126500. We buy sell A trade home on Paradise Lake Keystone....Building lots

with \ll Ihrt lien S31N) 6/17 Park, Hampton Itp trlaler. 23 ft. Fully self- FOR SALE: 1973 Trailer, 3 2 Car Parking (Hours 10.6 Daily on Bessent Road, Green Acres..Lot on Little Lake

Reduce rjicem: DuMb with X I'..., contained. Sleeps 5. A/C BR Bath 3/4 Refinanced Concrete Patio 1 1/2 acre.Mobile home $12.500. Closed Tuesday Santa Fe.. ..Commercial Building on Temple

S3 Koch I>rug '-tor... 6/3 I'kchg' ------ ----- like nsw. condition. Richard 7823215. lip 6/17 Improved Street 782-3230 Ave..Some Farm land.

9/9 FOR RENT: nfurnlshed, 3 Addl.... 431.1193. lip 6/17 Electric Service to200Amprree Acreage from 9700 per acre Itchg 617ALICIA -----
BR house. 525 W eat Madison
--- FOR SALE Beef the half : in out of
home either
Street For Information ---------- by FREDSACKETTREALTOR NEEDED 4 Bedroom or
YOUNG ""'Il311.. deiares. Inquire 527 N. Walnut FOR SALE Brand nsw or whole.65e per Ib Clifford Metered Crs city..Small homes in good repair....
poidtion live in your home and duplex, 2 bdrom C/A 24 ft. Martin 9647145. 6/17 2tp
Street Up 6/17 205N.Templel'S-301| | H,\Y FOR SALE ---- -
lor nick. Rem -MovelaBoousFRtE -
or eklerlv 6/24
care travel trailer
|19.1904452$1061753) IN:/ FIELD MADISON STREET Comfortable 3 BR IVa B on
S25 week. tall --- -- -- ----
board per any quipped, $2500. 964-7574.
time JiH-lrjMi. tfchg. FOR RENT: 4 large room 617GARAGE ------ 1 Month Rent SI.55 bale two beautiful acres
Itp FOR SALE 12' Mitchell _
: AaronteoBi
964-6352 533- Call John Reddish
apartment. or Electric lIodcuppIIOI'o'E ----
---- --- -- -- boat motor A trailer. Also .
--- Mt. 469-1143
2252. -- -- l7Hpg- 9644505
tfchg SMALL FARM 4.29 acres with cozy home..roomfor
SALE 1222 Brad. International Cub Cadet 100 Dick Cu..Mt. .96+6J6J0
!SEWING: M1ilINI: repaired. 9647498MOBILE
-- -- ---- horses and trailers. Easy financing.
Fri. lawn mower tractor. Call Milt McCo1lll iU./Wte 96U78
all makes cleaned oiled and ford St. Starts noon, < Itp 6/17
adjusted. *7. Work. guaranteed.James HOUSES FOR SALE Sat. 8 ..... Wigs, clothes, 964-6078 and ask. for Bruce ---- -
Strickland, corner Morgan housewares. etc. Itp 6/17 Scott. After 5, 964.8179. Itp ONE ACRE-out of city with all electric :3 BR 2B

6/17 home, chain link fence utility building..Low down
Ruad A Hwy 16. tfchg ------ ----

--- ---,--- FOR SATE: 1973 12x52 2 bedroom FOR SALE Bargains In ----- HOME Olin's Subdivision payment to qualified buyer.
COIKIIJfS A.NON1: MOl: mobile home. Partially fur- Oneida Silverplate servicefor FOR SALE 19' boat 1969

114 1-hrbtian. Street Starke, niithed. Take up pavmenta. of 6, china service for 4, Fiberglass Sabri. PARK Cecelia/ T Teryvi//egor// Realtor ;I
Fla. Thunder. and Sunday. Itpjn (74.09) monthly. 7S2-3b64 or 782- antique press glass fruit Tandum Calv. trailer. 4 cyl. 1 ( I

Tuesday. I pjn. Women. 3912. 6/10 2tp 6/17 compote plus kitchen. safe Inboard Mercury. Cruiser, heldeCityLkdt. ( 1 l I I III 206 West Madison Avenue Starke, Florida

Craup.tail!W>4 57(14.( iH>l.MJ4 or ---- --.----- with screened doors. ...Irl..t.,nw canopy, 782- Walk/ to Bmjfvri SguartOrDuumloum
Samsonite hat box other 3230. Itchg 6/17
9S4-ON4I FOR SALE 4 bedroom brick 2 luggage, brownie. flub.t.r..t.r ------- OFFICE 964-7776
._ uuronstw. m PHONE
-- -- ----- ,den and 30 Per MonthAll
bath large livkig room
camera and FOR SALE 2 Tea 26"Suites
\(IN CAI.IJN-To buy or set I .. a u HOME PHONE 964-5145
game room on landscaped acre .
colored film. Saturday 10 3, like sew. Call 964- Conveniences
Avon (all 7M2NI7: or write (onerty Fixates: howe No. 6.
side door 602 6805. 6/17 Eke,Police Protection
Lalayette.Use Itp
Lomadvatt.PO. lion 211.! ) Lake '30 Per Mo Water 8bewage
tontact 11outIIa.1choI.: 9b48158 617PORCH City Gas Vide. and Hewer % Acre Lots t For Rent.
City: Florida; drug.PERSONAL. tfchg ----- :: Furnished
----------- FOR SALE "72 .
___h. : Volkswagen Jo-Lu Motel Call Mark Olin 964.5606 Hwy 16 & Martian Rd II
SALE 631 Super Beetle A/C. $1,200.
FOR SALE: 3 .bedroom, 1112
Will Street Clothes 964-5874 or 9647067.
: Lafayette 984-8810
bath brick. home on 1 acre land
reupholster. your furnitureIn ouMde city emits, 9,500. Cal New. A Used. Up 6/17 8/17 Help Wanted
home. Have vinyl &
my ----
9b4-MMO! tfchg. -------
fabric samples. Free MOBILE HOME
------- PUBLIC AUCTION: Mad -----------i
eitimstes Call Joan 964 : Jt. Motor Route Carriers In Clay Bradford
D427. Itp 6/17 FOR SALE House 3 BR I ./Equipment..... N.E. Fla.. Equipment Sat.June 19,10 Auction. Sundays Well Drilling MOVING & SET UP & Union .
----- --------- Bath Den (1.000 down A Green Cove Springs, Fin. 10:35
: A.M.
take. over payments of (135 2" thru 6"I
TOP DOLLAR paid for junk 28459'7.6/10 2bfeg 6/17
..... 721X1. 6/10 4tp, 7/1 month. 964-6062. Itchg 6/17 WPXE Radio SERVICE Must Have Transportation & Bondable
... ---- ------- I Fast Rotary I

I CASH for any gold-- -and--oliver HOME FOR SALE 4 bedrooms 1490 Drilling Equipment We Are The ONLY Licensed. Insured & Good Part Time Earnings

i objects. Jewelry rings dental 2 baths, living room NEW GOBESE GRAPEFRUIT Bonded Movers
gold, pocket watches, stiverwar dining room kitchen, family DIET PILL ( STATE LICENSED Call 378.1416
I *, coin. Will visit you. Mr room with fireplace, central Eat SuhrfymgMimi.and Living In Bradford CountyOLIN'S

i Rltuh... 475IUM9. Oldild; heat air 964-5784. lip 617FOR Lot WmgAfArith.w.Pharmacy. V JIMMY MOORE'S GAINESVILLE SUN

Enterprises, Hux <*>2, %lelro_. --- ----- Pumps MOBILE HOMESHwy
Fin. 3JMi. ./10 2teh 6/17 3MW. Madison,Starke SUN SPORTS r
6/10 5tp 7/8 I I II
Mars Boat For 100 Starke 964-5606
-- --- --- ,
) SALEFOR UsedSalesPartsService
Your' Money New &
CHDU CARr:: I IMane Tkrney U StarkPh..995791CamfUl tulsslnto war
now acreptlnf children again. SALE 48 l Inch chain link ) ......

Licensed. based .hoi meals, fence II5J ft. netalled. Free REDUCE 011I board.

617 fenced yard. iW4Ji-ltM.. 6/10 2tp 4239 eatanales.6/10 2tchg 1289-2141.6/17- 473- GOBIETABLErSEYAP'WATERPBJB"!W. .Jr Fut with A StrrnDrtu adRepmrCmplsle .Struct j E-Z TermsPlumbing j J & D ROOFING Our Want Ads '

-- T Andrews Pharmacy358W.MadlanSurk Flberglaas li-IAt wi-* i'I Get Results....

SWIMMING Ia.t..tloa.PeI".t. Custom FOard.m.
or Group .Mesons SANDERSLAWN 6/10 4tp 7/1 FtaatagBostaPAPER

Certified Red Cross Watsr SERVICE j New Installation j I

Safety Instructor. 5 years
experience teaching. Remodeling

coaching.. Klngnley Lake. 964-5529 HANGINGand
I Well Prove It
EI.lne Hard..5J3-2031! after LICENSED INSURED HICK'S PAINTING I Repairs I To You...If you have ...oedhou..bold
6/24 mw"1
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131 pd 7/t
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WORK WANTED : ExteriorLocal
CARPENTER work of any GROOMINGTwo ReferencesFREE & SUPPLY. Residential & Commercial 'Q-m l .or..pl.. print Item
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nature, specialising
screened la porches. wall Full Time ESTIMATES COMPANY I Ij : FREE Roof Inspection .. Bring" er mall t*

panelling, drywall. and trim Sales d ServiceFmeS4huII G roomersAppointments 994.0370 I Telegraph Classifieds.

work, tall 964-68M! after Of Used Phone j I 864 N. Temple Ave. j I New Roof Or Repairs Drawer A, Starke. Fla.
5:30 weekdays.. Will hire on Can Taken On For 964-6370 32091. These ads win be

f"IHI...,If wages as offered CacJaI.bc 71wdr. Your Convenience 1 Starke Call I placed. 1 tine only. Pleas
economically reasonable, lip :awl N.W. 13 37W301 W. THOMAS 1 1 964.7410 limit ad t. 15 words. Ad will

6/17 ., GAINESVILLE: 964-7837 8/24 I 964-7061 ,,..1 Free Estimates 5/20 a> 12N..NH..U be placed In the Jon 24th
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County Strawberry Queens perjonat Parade To Benefit Com-orl: Set June 23 In I'alatku 9

For Folk Life Center: Of TlieSniokies 1
Mrs. T.G. Ritch and son of Kick OfflliMeSchool /
REnter Newberry Watermelon FestivalNewberry's Jacksonville visited Mrs. On Wednesday evening the concert Wednesday.The their pitch for preservation
Carrie Hitch and Mr. and Mrs. June 23, at 6:30: a benefit con- along with their dulcimer-
II.C. Brown on Sunday. At cert for the Folk Life Center of establishment of the plucking and ballad-singing
20th annual and Girl and Most Personality the Smokies will be staged in Folk Life Center will give Wednesday night. They'll aska
Watermelon Festival begins in a boy and girl in each of five Local admittances to Brad- the Ravine Gardens State many the opportunity to $2-per-person donation at
June 18-19 with activities and categories. Cost of the 11Tccclix0i; Street expand the occasional weekend .
I baby ford County Hospital this Park Ampitheater in Palatka. the door, but the main point,
contests. to suit everyone'staste. +r parade is $1. week include: Carson Griffisof The Folk Life Center of the workshop they say, is to make friendsfor
The annual downtown Smokies is a non-profit, educational the Folk Life Center.
Lawtey; Mrs. Willie IiI )tixt Church; Jean' and Lee will make
And for those with a taste parade begins at 2 p.m. McVeigh Mrs. !Mildred / organization dedicated -
for Bradford County beauties, Saturday, at the office.
post (Ohlschwager) and William to the study and preservation
two have entered the No entry fee is required.A of the cultural heritageof
Barr of
Newberry Watermelon rrLi watermelon Keystone Heights; Madison Street Baptist
Queen eating Southern Appalachia. The Mama Louisa'sRestaurant
!Mrs Elizabeth Osmond of Church has
set its Vacation
contest to be staged Saturday contest begins at 4 p.m., Lake Geneva James Todd of Bible Center has grown out of the
night, June 19, beginning at followed by a seed spitting ; bike parade this of Jean and Lee
Lake Butler Thomas Moore,
7:30: immediately contest at 5 ; Saturday, June 19, at 10:30: Schilling
following p.m. Bingo games liaitord; and Mrs. Nora Astin- founders and co-
the watermelon auction. will also begin at 2 p.m. and wall Marvin Lawson Mrs. a.m. directors.
Miss Debra Jordon, 1975 carry through the afternoon. Linda Thomas Freeman All Since Jean and Lee met at a
Bradford Presentation parents and children are ForThe Best In Home Cooking
of the
Strawberry Largest Rhode and Mrs. Annie Saun- invited for a time of folk festival in Gatlinburg
Queen, and Miss MargaretAnn Watermelon award begins the ders of Starke. acquainted. getting Tennessee, and married in
Norman present auction at 6:30: Saturday 1969 the preservation of
Strawberry Queen, will seek afternoon. Last year's largest mountain folkways has become .
Miss Debbie
Spongier of the
the Newberry title in hopes of melon weighed 164 pounds. University of West Florida is Kids Bring will bikes decorate and a sandwich.bikes a way of life for the bal- Home Cooked! Lunch
entering the Florida !Donations are being lad-singing story-telling
acceptedfor home for several days before church and
Watermelon Queen pageant. drawings to be held at returning for summer school. ride through the Schillings. Well known for SPECIALS Only 1 50
The queen, judged by private various times throughout the community. The parade will past appearances at the Florida
interview, dinner with judges, sale. A random selection of be by the Starke Police Folk Festival, they travel
Mr. and Mrs Ira Wells and
talent presentation, bathingsuit persons from the audience grandson. Chuck Crawford and be Fire for Dept. There will also the country giving programsat Fresh Perch Fri. Evenings 5225
and;evening gown will beMargaret J will be asked to draw for the spent the first of the week at bikes cars to ride children in. After without the schools colleges and craft
prize is 4.9 Disney World. shows. NOON SPECIALS $275
horsepower parade cyclers will come backto
Mt-rcury motor the church for Cousin Thelma Boltin Call Ahead For Take Out OrdersA
Miss! Debra Jordon second prize is a dryer and Mrs. Howard Meyer was and director of the Florida Folk
cookies will be furnished.
I awarded $100 from the third prize is a Black and visiting Mr. and !Mrs Jerome Festival,and true friend of the
Decker saw.SERVICE. Cauthon and Mr. and !Mrs. Folk Life Center will be on
Newberry American Legion Vacation Bible School will I ISMI
hand to please the audience
v and to Charles Frady in Atlanta last begin ,June21,
a $3UO: scholarship Monday at 8:30: with humorous tales. FREE TO EVERYONE
Stratford Women's College in MENSeaman week.Mrs.. a.m. to 11:30: a.m. and will go
J The Schillings will present a I
Tampa. through Friday. Each boy and Ili1900N.TempleAve
at the Museum of Art
Clyde B. Terwillegar, program
The queen's pageant is justa girl ages 4'2 through the 6th
Jr., Ilrs.Iartha! Dorko and in St. Petersburg on June 22, I
part of the two-day Gerald riffIs grade has a special invitationto .
and then come to Palatka for Ph 9646784You'll
Mrs J.D. Odom attended theE.F.
celebration of watermelonseason Completes Weather Patrol attend, Pastor C.R. Swartz
at the Newberry June 4-Coast Guard Sea- Hutton Co. seminar on announces.
American Legion Post Hume, man Gerald E. Griffis 20, son investments last Thursday at
located just west of town on of !Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D. the Hilton Hotel in Jackson- Mrs. William Abrams is the Love The SAVINGS On These
SH-26. Friday's activities Griffis of Starke. has returnedto ville. Bible School director, and has Super
begin with games and the Naval AmphibiousBase enlisted the help of many
carnival rides followed by a Little Creek. Va., after Mr. and Mrs. Andy Jordanof leaders to direct each age
talent contest at 7:30: p.m. completing 1975-1976 weather Live Oak were last Thursday group.At .
First place winner of the patrol as a crewmember of visitors of !Mr. and !Mrs. the conclusion of Bible fJw llPA ft1 1J; M 1
talent contest ill receive $50. the Coast Guard Cutter II.A. Lawson.To School, a Family night Is set { 11f
Following the talent show a"Men's Taney. on Friday, June 25, at 7 p m.
Beauty Pageant" will Ihs ship equipped with a This will be a time of sharing
be staged. No entry fee is National Weather Service remove grease and grime between children,parents and
I required and the first place weather radar installation is from your hands, mix a few teachers and a time of
winner receives $25. Only tasked with manning Ocean grains of sugar with soap refreshments. The public hasa R & L Compressed Air
\t\) requirement of entry is to Weather Station-Hotel from lather. special invitation to attend. 5 !
a dress like a woman and August I. to April 15, each TANK SPRAYER
present a talent skit such as year. Station Hotel located
Miss Ann Norman dancing or singing.A approximately 200 miles east EATER ,
dance will top off the of the Virginia capes.. providesan YOU NEED A WILL ; Makes all spraying Jobs easy

o..OMO.O.On01O+Or0"J evening presented at by 9 p.m.Milton with and music the :National important Weather link Service in the Everyone) should have Will because It Is an Choose A Size 2, 3 or 4 Gal. ;

jJuJ !Musicmakers. Admission fee weather/ warning system. In essential document that will someday be NEW Lawn Care Machine In Stainless Galvanized or
+ / now will be $3.Babies. particular the station moni- needed. If you do not already have a Will, make Cuts and
will parade for tors storms threatening the arrangements with an Attorney to have one Trims, Edges Polypropolene f'

il'riHii" I'.IKI151/: ; I judging at the AmericanLegion northeastern. section of the prepared. If you do have o Will, plan to review It Manicures. ,.. %
!Mr. and !Mrs. Jimmy in Newberry beginning U.S.A periodically to make certain It still \ '
Crosby Sr and son, Tommy at 10 a.m. Saturday. June 19. 1974 graduate of Bradford expressesyour WITHOUT BLADES'f! r
!Mr. and !Mrs. Jimmy Crosby. Contestants will be judged as High School he joined the wishes. A properly prepared Will enables .
Jr. and Air. and !Mrs. J.E. Most Handsome Boy. Most Coast Guard in September you to direct the administration of your affairs \ FAST EASY SAFE C" O" t.If t.
Hardy attended the weddingof Beautiful Girl, Healthiest Boy 1974. after your death, exactly as you wish. Call your You Want To Give
a nephew Barry Clark in Attorney today and make yours.
Trinity Episcopal: Church in Him The BEST t'
Gainesville Saturday New 1975 Elite Ford Give A Weed Eater, Long & Short Handle

Archer Funeral l HomeDOYLE I
Mrs. Sue :Miles oflac.! Full Power Air FM Radio & Tape Deck 1
Benny former Starke resi M500d $8995 GARDENTOOLS
dent was Sunday visitor of 12 Mo. Or 12,000 Mil. Warranty
Lake Butler Florida .
:Mrs. George Anderson.Mrs. No Dealers Please
Terwillegar Motors r0ei $4995
Priced Under InvOIce 496-2008 4962056Volunteer '
: W.J. Epperson ,
returned from three Madison St. Starke Hoe-Rake-Shovel-
Saturday 14QO Ambulance Funerals
Monuments I
weeks visit with her son-in- Discount 964.7200 Model $2995 1
law and daughter :Mr and \\ SpadeClippersDemonstration ,
:Mrs William T. Whl enhunt I l 1
and baby daughter. Tina ALL STEAKS NO EXTRA Come in for a Free\ vPjners-Shears( Etc. :
:Maria in West (Covina suburbof PACKED IN WRAPPING HOTEL tfINDIVIDUAL
Los Angeles Cal. NECESSARY ) I
:Mr. and Mrs. Willie Chiles SEAL':: DPAC rJ.: CUT MEAT BUY AT F.P.C. AND
"l'reS.lturday'isitors of !Miss -.otl Q OQ O; 711111 t\\O\tt m
\orma Canova. :Mrs. Chiles Y"S ''DH
and Miss Canova were I'K Ply
college roommates about :20! \) '
years ago. \)P .\ PG' Steak Pak

:Mr and :Mrs. K V. Herlong 1 BURGESS
of Jacksonville were Sunday <( 16 BONELESS
\isitors of Mrs W.F. llerlong. c.. P \R\G EYES HOSE-END TOKO Quality at it's Best. .

:Mr. and :Mrs. T.B. Harding. \ ; 8T.BONESTEAKS SAVE 4O
Sr spent the past! two( weeks SPRAYER '
with their daughter. :Miss \ T 20 BONELESS BEEFSTEAKS '
June Harding, in Atlanta. -. vR Shrub or Soil' \ J' GRASSMASTER 21"and

Kev. and :Mrs. George 10' (chopped& shaped) Turf Model Key-Lectric Self Propelled

Harper Jr. of Lumberton. R O\ 16 CUBED BEEF fleo. '3" Model 20673 S9QQ95
N.C Tom Harper of Baltimore C\ At MINUTE STEAKS 1 1'\ Reg. '339" J3
:Md :Miss :lama <
Harper of Martmsburg W. \ 12 TUNELESS RIB % SAVE *3OGRASSMASTER I
Va. and :Mrs. Don Lewis of V

Wake weekend I"orl'st.j.C with ;their spent parents.the \ Texaco (STEAKS Delmonico' ) $40 IJ ro1F 21" I

Rev attended and !Mrs.the George wedding Harperand of M&G .. .. Model Self Propelled 20550 $9CQ95 fV/ I

their son I David Harper to .
Jenny Cahill in :Mount )Dora Reg. '299"WHIRLWIND
Saturday afternoon. 231 N. Temple 72 steaks. 21 Va Ibs,
less than .56 a! serving. 1
Hex Brow. ice-president 964-8100 COUNT TEMI
.. !
of Patterson F.nlerprizes.Jucksoiuille : :- 21"Self
and :Mrs. Brown J
entertained the management.their Family. Pak : Propelled

wives and children at a ,i;. Model 16268 Reg. '209"$17995'
steak dinner and swim home 10 A.M. 7 P.M. 8 BONELESS RIB I .' .
Saturday at the Brown Whirlwind
> 21" D
on Kingsley Lake. STEAKS Model ieie9 ONLY $13995

-:;: 11. Fri & Sat. 40 PURE PORK SARLO (l
Bessie Thomas underwent 11.f4J' ':1
heart surgery :Monday in the b -": .I \tor \ SAUSAGE PATTIES HighWheel
VA Hospital in Gainesville June 18 & June 19 40 BEEF PATTIES Power Mowers HAHN RIDERS

r- ..
Clyde B. Terwillegar. Jr f & 1976 20 PEPPER STEAKS Easy Roll or a 26" & 30"
and daughter :Miss Anne TITwillegar 20 BEEF STEAKS .. Cut
\'isltl'd11': and :Mrs. Self.Propelled t
-_ 5,7 8 &
10 H.P.
II A. Truluck in Sanlord Sunday (chopped and .,. I .

5 POUND PURE PORK $ f* shaped) $$30 % PRICED | |
REG. S6'50 NOW
!Mrs Paul Shupe and SAUSAGE PATTIES
children of Merritt Island are Q 128 servings 24 Ibs., I FROM
spending several days this less than .23 a serving. 011 j
week at her mother :Mrs. COUNT+ 'EMI
Verna Demorest's home. TORO RIDERS :p5R&cE7DHFRPoM$62495, ; =

:Mr and Mrs. H 0 !Dansbyisited !
\ :Mr. and :Mrs. Rex BUY WHERE YOU .
Dansby in Adele. Ga. on Sund.IY DELMONICO STEAKS OLD FASHIONED ((10 Ibs.) YOUR CHOICE: 5% Cash

((10 lb. box, SMOKED GET Discount: or Crass

Mrs.-North Bill Dukes Florida is a Regional patientin 20 steaks) $ 21 1 SAUSAGE $ 1 fl QUALITY Catcher For HHHN or


.' ". Value PRICE
to 110.00
:Mr and Mrs. II": Smith of 7-BONE I..
Uilliston are Tuesday to HAMBURGER PATTIES
((10'/1 lb. box 14
Thursday guests of their
daughter and family. Mr. andMrs. steaks) ((5 Ib, box,
: Marc Jackson.Mr. $ 22 50 4Oea.) $$450RIB \;.
: .and :Mrs. Louin Kedding GARDEN CENTER Nursery

spent where last they week visited in Mobile Bellmgrath Ala. PURE PORK V XJNTIOtI 539 E. C'all St. In Stock B IJL.

Gardens Homes and the Oak. EYE STEAK PATTIES Call 964.5745 711

Icy Howe they Museum.! went In sightseeing :NewOrleans ((10 lb. box $ 21 ((6 Ib. box USAG6E$ I Home Office: Gainesville;;. Fla. Est. 1949 Also In: Ocala r0u ,
I Crystal River & Palatka Lake SHF
!Pensacola: spent with one the night Greyhound in- 20 steaks) 40 ea.) L St Au ushne Tallahassee City Starke Jacksonville .".

Travel Club.

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United 1\IndisonStreet IlaptLst Church BAPTIST MORGAN CHURCH ROAD St. Mark'sChurch l\Irs.l\Iary S. Lester! 62

-Methodist- Church 7:30: p m. Pratt St. with Grace [@ Sunday School 10 a.m'l Funeral services are set Stevens of Jacksonville; nlne-
Rev.Charles R.Swartz Morning Worship and
Pastor Baptist.TuesdayV.BS.. .. Services for the dead, 1100. Saturday June 19,at 2p.m.Inthe grandchildren and one great. I
Thursday -- 7-30: p.m 8:30: 1130: : DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in grandchild I
Charge Conference, Thursday Ladies Softball a.m., Men's Softball game : J) j Sts, Training Service Union, 6:30: p.m. Starke for Mrs. Mary S. Lester Rev. Herman O. Boyette II
6:00 Evening 7:30.
practice : : .. .
p.m. ..ChiMtohiyr Kxl ltr ,
Sanctuary Men's Softball 7:30: p.m. with First Baptist at Wednesday. Mid-week Jtekran 62, of Waldo who died will officiate at the service. ,
Sunday Church School for Friday Westslde Park.Wednesday Morris wants you to adopt THB KEVUOHN. PLVNN night in Alachua Burial will be in Santa Fe
7:30 with Service and Tuesday
: Prayer Bible
game p.m. Youth Choir the cat of choice! This in Gaines near
all ages 9:45: a.m.; Morning your Hospital Cemetery HamptonLake.
Presbyterian at Westside Study 7:30:
Provided 7:30 Morris the finicky p.m. Choir Sunday June 20th 8:30 ville. .
Worship-Nursery Park 7:30: p.m., Prayer Service : year, Practice 8:15. : a.m.
11:00: a.m., VACATION Saturday V.B.S. Bike p.m., Adult Choir 8:30: p.m. feline star of TV commercials Holy Eucharist 10:00: a.m. Mrs. Lester was a former DeWitt C Jones Funeral .
SCHOOL SNACK is the Holy Eucharist. of Sunland Training is of :
CHURCH Parade & Lunch 10:30: a.m. at hitting campaign KINGLSEY LAKE employee Home charge arrangements -
SUPPER-Bring your the church. trail. His platform? To puta BAPTIST CHURCH Center the Alachua County I
sandwich,6:30: p.m.; Vacation cat in the "right house" BIBLE SCIIOOLJune 21.25 school system, and was a '
Sunday Sunday
Church School for all ages 7- 9:45: a.m., Morning worship Christian Corner Call Streets and your house! The Kingsley Lake Baptist Methodist Vacation member of the Methodist James G. DavidsonJames ;

9pm. 11:00: a.m., Childrens Worship Thursday: 8 p.m., Lydia Church will have .vacation. Bible School Church.Survivors include her husband Grieve Davidson, 91, )
Vacation Church School for 11:00: a.m., Church Training Circle at the home of Ruth bible school June 21 25 from The First United Methodist General L. Lester, Sr. a resident of the Law ley area
6:15: p.m., Evening Worship Shanbarger. 8:30: to 11:30: a.m. Church will hold Vacation of Bradford County for 47
all 7-9 p.m. Monday, two daughters: Mrs. Mary
Tuesday ages Wednesday, 7:30: p.m.Monday.. Sunday: Sunday School, There will be classes for Bible School Sunday June 20 Lou Hall and Mrs. Phullis years, died Sunday night, t
Thursday, Friday(June 20-25)) -V.B.S.8:3011:30: : 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, r ages 3 through 17. through Friday.June 25 for all McCray of Waldo; four sons: June 13, in Bradford County f
Students invited to
a.m.. Ladies Softball game Youth 6 attend. A is available.
10:45: a.m.; meeting 4 ages. nursery G.L. Lester, Jr. of LaCrosse, Hospital.
p.m.; Evening Worship, 7 Sunday 6:30: 9 p.m James Lester, Randall Lester Born in 1884 in Edinburgh, ;
p.m.; Choir practice, 8 p.m. Monday Friday 7 to 9 p.m. and Farris Lester, all of Scotland, Mr. Davidson ,
New 1975 Maverick Wednesday : Prayer There will be a snack supper Waldo; four sisters: Mrs. immigrated to this country in '

Meeting, 8pmNursery Sunday evening, bring a sand Hannah Mack of Gainesville, 1908 settling In North
2 Dr. Sedan Auto Power Steering provided for all wich. Refreshments other Mrs. Audrey York of Clear- Carolina where he lived until
i services.. nights. of moving to Lawtey in 1929.
water, Mrs. Ruth Lagrange
Power Brakes r Air Radio nEvery Offering will go to Red Bird Phil- During his life Mr. Davidson :
Bradenton Mrs. Laura
a see e e e e ,
Mission in
No Dealers Please year, thousands of Beverly Ky. lips of Earlton and Mrs. Hattie worked as a refrigeration
Priced Under Invoice Terwillegar Motors You can save money by felines must be cared for by S C C C S C S S engineer, first in North
slow-cooking meat. Thereis animal shelters. But only a Containers galvanized with When Louis Thonius", Carolina then for Florida
Madison St. Starke less loss from shrinkageand !! small percentage of them are zinc should not be used for olds feeding 3to 6-yeir Power and Light Company in
3900 serve child-size
964.7200 there's no danger of adopted, the rest! must be humanely cooking acidic foods. Toxic child-size dishes.portionson Funerals services are set Tltusville Melbourne and
fat burning. destroyed. concentrations of zinc salts new foods in small Offer Saturday June 19, at 2:30: Delray Beach. During World
may form. amounts. p.m. at Johnson-Davis Chapelin War II he became a civil
Palatka for Louis I Thomas, service employee and workedin
ESTABLISHED 19041 63, of Palatka who died refrigeration at Camp

Saturday, June 12, in a Blanding and the Jacksonville
Gainesvillehospital.. Naval Air Station until
Mr. Thomas was a veteranof retirement.Mr. .
World War 11. He was Davidson farmed and
ic mmJUNE employed by Florida lived near Lawtey until 1974
when, at the of 89, he
Furniture Company age
gtttstrq, OVER 150 STORES SERVING THE SOUTHEAST Palatka. He was a deacon at moved to Keystone Heights to

YOUR IS Graham Baptist Church in live with his daughter.
Bradford County. Survivors include the

SERVLCE 1 Survivors include his daughter, Mrs. Margaret
widow, Mrs, Bessie Mae Boone of Keystone Heights;
STORE Thomas, Palatka; two sons: one grandson, Daniel
Stanley Thomas of Laguna Davidson Boone of KH;. one
"BEDDING MONTH"Badcocks Beach, Calif. and Christie granddaughter Mrs. Lorilyn
Griffis of Palatka; seven Boone Dillon of Anchorage
daughters: Patricia Clark, Alaska, and one sister, Mrs
Hampton Lake: Miss Wanda Peggy Pick of Surrey,
Faye Griffis, Palatka: Mrs. England.
Betty Jane Kcames, Starke; Mr. Davidson was marriedto
.AT Mrs. Lindell Sheppard, the late Lois Catherine
Jacksonville Beach; Mrs Shuford. lie was brother-in-
Sandra Jackson Gainesville; law of the late Charles
A Mrs. Sharon Foster, Shuford and the late John
1V Jacksonville Beach, and Mrs Shuford of Lawtey and of
Lillian Beckham. George P. Shuford of Lawtey,
Interlachen; two brothers: James W Shuford of Saxe;
William Thomas of Va., Jacob II. Shuford of
Jacksonville and B.T. Thomasof Appomatox, Va., and Edith'
Graham, five sisters: Shuford Ferguson cf Starke.
eV Mellie Cannon Branford Ora Funeral services were held

Thomas, Brooker, Ollie !Mae in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in
** Mines, Archer, Doris Starke with Kev.' George S.
*+ uc Strickland, Miami, and O\i Harper pastor of the First
*** 4Brookwoocf I. rvc Faction Lee Dyal Miami, and 12 United !Methodist) Church of

comPlt'te shotou< grandchildren Starke, officiating. Burial was
Innseddn9 Rev. Jim will in Lake
Countryman Kingsley Cemetery.
reed erfom .
.s 9.C"a-, W0 h and I p officiate at the services. DeWitt C Jones Funeral.
wll, craNsm ,ns P C P. Burial will be in Palatka Home was in charge of
al ,
Ali B chose Prce motes and ntte 9ur v.c.. Memorial Gardens.JohnsonDavis arrangements.

betiro of d'Fe home use, Pts. h'yve Ye's F set Funeral
no ,ddn d n9 TION 11 A Home is in charge of
ruder o e
ENp Y CORPORA eMt arrangements
bult 1.
no a r
value HADCOC0fir
The C.L. McKinney! family
LA) lr. irte' wishes to thank their friends

FLORIDA and neighbors for the love and J

P f tL kindness shown them in the "
a loss of their home. The cloth-

ing, furniture, prayers, etc
THEATREFri are much appreciated 1

C.L. McKmney family

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