Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04058
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 24, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04058
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tJ Lawtey Hires Navy Retiree

'al. hk Ssnal For Water MaintenanceLAWTEY

Still struggling service was approved by the
iG ap N Monday night to get the town's central office.Wamwright.
p Infant water system on its and the city are
i feet, the City Commissionhired to confer as to when the new Newcomer Jim Wliitehead
retired Navy man Barry service will start. Wainwright ,

Watts, 46, a senior chief suggested keeping the same
sonarman while in service, to hours for the public for the
t maintain the system. time being: 3-7 p.m. week- Mrs. Cason White Win Seats
days 10 Saturday ,
Watts started reading a.m. -7pm. -
and closed Sunday.The .
meters Tuesday morning in
an effort to get bills out by move frees the other
July I. Watts worked for two city employee Earl Barber, On
Lake Butler City Council
rto 4 weeks with Sammy Midyette, for full and time work on the
the Baldwin water system streets garbage pickup. &/
Garbage pickups will soon be
maintenance man whom Law made twice each week. LAKE BUTLER Jimmy 114. Violet Beauregard! earned (counciluoman includesa

tey hired temporarily to "1. for one, will be glad to Whitehead ousted incumbentT.S. 33 votes in the balloting. term as mavor-iomnns-
maintain its system after Leo see twice a week garbage Thomas, Jr., while Mrs. sioner. She has been chief
Dyal resigned, then pick-up," said councilman Margie Cason and William High voter turnout 488 of deputy for the county clerk tor
approached the council about Marvin Rosier. Rosier White retained seats on the the city's 648 registered nearly 1 15:; years.
the job. city council in a 75 percent voters was attributed to
Watts also presented the See Page 5)) voter turnout here Tuesday.! "issues in the newspapers"and White ill take a third h\,,-
council with a list of require- "paving projects" by ear term on the council promising '
ments of the job for the coun- newly-elected councilman to continue lo solicit
cil's use in writing a job 4 Die Whitehead who stressed Whitehead. A brother to Union opinions from nty residents!
.., .. description He promised the city planning in his campaign, County Sheriff John Whitehead before \'otin"n/( city issues"
to water system job would be his led the city voting with 296 the 42-year-old real He is director of I m si ness services
only employment. ballots in his favor. Mrs. estate broker feels the city for the I'mon ('IIUIII\'
Cason placed second in the at- must be careful in decisions! School Board lor which Ill-
A' r In an effort to cut costs, the In 301Crash has worked ulxiut II .
yyl council hired the new main- large voting with 253 votes and about water, sewage and zoning >euis
4 ; White retained his seat with .
tenance man for 20 hours
per 240 votes. Thomas, a three- Mrs. Cason, 40. will enter Council candidates! mil al V
week hour. is
at $4 He to
per year veteran council member, her seventh year on the coun- large in l Lake But Icr. with tin-
work the
only on water
Watts said barring system took only 150 votes, while cil, after campaigning on the top three v ube I getters> w inning/.(
major breakdowns he can novice Robert Walker took basis of past! experience as seats in Tu"day's eh't'tion.

perform tenance and the read required the metersin main- Four members of a Lawtey l" '..-."...... -.:.: vmy.--- ........-...................

20 hours per week. family died Saturday after-
noon when a car crossed the
With city finances strained median on US-301 a half mile
the council got another break north of Highland and struck
when Lawtey Corrections their Honda car broadside as
Center Supervisor James they returned from church.
..eirRid.r Wainwright offered to supply

r personnel for duty at the city Jerry Sullson 42, of Rt. 1,
") ./ Wins
( Jonlon !1'r'lrb'rry''hirehatttey dump at no charge to the city. Box 222D, his wife, Rebecca.

I'aufIIt'I|) hru: .lor w.ileimelon queen| title when l h'rry queen title and now has! 31, and two sons. Kirk, 15, and
don I IT was. 1"11'lI'd quern| of the :Sew; berry queen last! year won the :New; berry title Wainwright said the move Kevin, 4, were killed in the
the :Ncwluirv: WatermelonrcMivjil 1 (couldn't tompete. \ h'uu'e'uf, .? .. 9'he- Law Icy' beauty's'g1xd,- 'has been approved by the 2:10: p' :' impact. Another
I List S.ituid.iv, night in exams The former queen ">'ou might\ as well aim Office of Offender Rehabilitation sod IWi' e-year-old Benjamin,
a gala: .ilt.iir( highlighted/( l by trot nid Oebra this year and high" is to lie !Miss .Florida on in Tallahassee. From was still,listed in critical con-
pretty girls: .ind huge/( water the I lirst t rumur-up last t year her \\.i\' to a career in modeling what Wainwright said, the dition at"} University Hospitalin
1 nit'IonsDehia. uho 'is presently, ,,1..11'al'r.:. /( :Mss Jordon plans to short hours the dump is being Jacksonville following a
I was second runner mi'Ion queen u as also present! enter the Miss: Jacksonville" kept open, from 3-7 p.m., are second surgery Monday for
lip in :Net berry l.isl. year The 111'1"01UII her hrst! beauty (Mgcant/( in July) A win there not sufficient for the 100-man internal injuries. Daughter
Ins! ) nn the ,stale Tracy, 13, was not in the small 'f'
iiinnerup I> I igeaiit" .it the age/( of 10) when would give her a chance the minimum security prison at \ r
I'uir.lrr.tt'd l -hiwas named Law levStrawluirv :Miss Florida title Lawtey which is currently 1972 Honda car.

Queen, whichnetted The brown.haired, blue- expanding to a 300-man institution I
In (:.iii-'l'lirfl.. her .1 I trip to the state 1' I'dirl/( u graduated/( from The prison center is not George Rosier, 34, of Jack :- I

Thomas Rudolph Lane J r.', (',' 'ntul lo meetH\ I'omnus It'iailloicl High this year is the charged for using the dump, sonville is charged with driv- \:4.-: .
19. and Donald Kay Kizer. 20 -torn Dovle' I Conner At l 15.: were arrested in Slarke on a she won 1 the county straw :\1\1: Jordon/ of Last tt'Y exchange of labor for free road and other charges are ;,

warrant Issued by Union pending following results of a -
County authorities and blood alcohol test. Rosier's .
charged with felonious auto Geiger Road Dust Complaints vehicle, a Dodge, traveled 477 N' f': A
theft The car was taken from feet across the median and
I'ernim's Hestaurant around struck the Stillson car on the Newly-elected: Lake Butler councilman Jimmy Whitehead left receives! congratulations for the
12:55 a m. June 19. according left side, according to investi- victory from elections clerk Mrs. Florence \\IIsoo.
to the report and the arrest Raise Sill Jackson's Bristles gating trooper R.V. Meyers.
was made at 110 a.m.
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r 1 Lauding city fathers'plan to ment caused a dust problem W.T. Jackson, Inc, used to According to Trooper J.W. Hospital Trustees Reject
i Whtu own i QlnrrY iii pave Geiger( Hoad. former drew. bristles from the former be housed! on Cherry Street Joins, witnesses said Rosierwas
Starke mayor \\ :T. Jackson! city politician. and after several thousands of northbound at a high rate
t 1111 says that complaints against "We've graded the road dollars lost on broken and of speed. When he drove into
his company for kicking up !several times at our expense stolen equipment moved out slower traffic,he swerved into
<. ,!) :;:: the dust! in the area "makesthe and have kept it in shape" for "self.preservation," Jack. the median and lost control of Creation Of New Position
: )' :i: hair raise on my back" Jackson! say!s. He also attacksthe son says. The company has the Dodge vehicle. Rosier, the
) : statement of a possible also owned a dirt pit out Geiger sole occupant of the car, was
: : 'When' I was in city politics! zoning violation by stating way for more than 20 admitted to University Bradford County Hospital technician could also do !some ante from George Roberts Insurance -
= ii1 I tried to get the people along that equipment is merely years, since before the area Hospital in stable conditionand trustees rejected a recommendation lab work and was an experienced Agency to cover lire

i: ::: that. road to give property for stored at (the residentiallyzoned was a part of the city, he released Monday morn- to create a new X-raY trainee she said. damages and woikmanscompensation
(he right of way to put in a position in the hospital laboratory The board ould either have at an mnual
i FRIDAYJUNE2S ..i proper street and proper \ president propertyof Leonard company V explains.Back then, before Bradford ing.Stillson, a Jacksonville Thursday, June 17, until to pay for the new position or premium of $11 .li>2 'I'he-
drainage I I'm glad they are need for the new employee is pay another person extra for I""urancelas written on a
:Moore.'We're. and Seventh
i :'<: OPEN HOUSE FOR ::: County was wet there was a attorney Day
finally willing to do( it. established.Lab the time taken to complete the three-year basis to secure
I I : says not running a business bootlegging joint on the road Adventist moved to the Law-
MR. AND MRS. :?::
Jackson of Starke for director Marian Perret EKG's, Edmondson told the lower rates.
mayor there just! parking the that drew much more vehicle tey area last year after
j :; !six years during the 1950s;; equipment where vandalswon't dust than Jackson equipment resigning a position as assistant told the board that an EKG board. tie also noted that :Ms I'nammously accepted a
All former students ::::
; bid Irom Koch to fur-
(electrocardiogram) techni- Perret was resigning July 2 to Drugs
readily get to it, Jackson and state for the
seemed mind attorney
of Hoad no one to
: and friends invited : Paving Geiger may
'V; and medicine
\ ', Jacksonville cian would be needed by the take a new position in Pensa- nish prescriptions
,I'f:: 8p.m.-1 :-i:;:; indeed become a reality since says. much Jackson! says. .. area. end of the summer to cope cola to the hospital on a dailyhaiss.
''r:{ Starke Woman's Club :;::; the cogs of construction began ---- with increased volume of In other action at the regular .

motion at the June 15 city '.., EKG usage. Administrator monthly meeting, the -Uelaved action on purchase -
I SATURDAY JUNE 16 1 ji 1 commission meeting. Ted R.D. Edmondson confirmedthe hospital board of trustees: of a dim processor! lor
Oglesb. owner of an apartment I .
... need and told the board he -Accepted a bid on insur- c.ee I'agr ;11,
RUMMAGE SALE ::|: duplex along the route had hired a licensed EKG
St. Edwards Church ::SParking : and Millard Brown, a Geiger [ technician temporarily at a
J: Lot ::::J9a : Road resident called for the U'I .. .+ reduced salary pending board
; : action and promised donation Charles Me Kin i
J;: m. -3p m. ::: ;.. approval. tie y
: ': of rights-of-way by area resi- :- Board chairman
BAR-B.CUE PORK % dents following a storm that '<...... ,,\1. .",,")'/"c., '.
,. ; Dodd and board member
: AND CHICKEN :::;'l: made the graded road impassable -r ... ... '".'( ..," II. -. -..,.- .)". William E, Dampier Will Seek District 3
: m
12:30-: p.m. .!::;i. I *.,..- expressed concern about
I 4 Complaints aired by city .JI '
> .. 'I "net creating new position
:: Adults $2.SO :s::: commissioner Harold Epps saying that employees are
; Children St.SO :::i that the W.T Jackson Inc. .. still dissatisfied with the two Commission Sent
t: Church of Jesus Christ : railroad construction equip11rr.lbufrlllr1lrl-
'$ 1:1: percent raises given in May Charles McKinney, a native announced intentions to seek
:{: of Latter Day Saints ::': and this new position would of Bradford County, has election this fall for the District -
On Bessent Road :.:
=-' .- require a salary equivalent to 3 seat on the Bradford
s Call 44 8145 $ that of a veteran employee. County Commission

1$. .>, For. Delivery :;i.: Fur lUll rI Troopers try lo reconstruct the of afternoon accident In
,V : ( r scene a Friday Lawtey Involving three "If we're concerned about McKinney, 25, will vie for
*: HAPPY BIRTHDAY, :::1 j: vehicles. Drivers of all three vehicles remain uninjured from the mishap raises and salaries hy bring the post now held by Ralph
;:: AMERICAI! DANCE :r?::' man Is being held for murderof someone in new who will startat Bryan who has said he will
: t p.m. 1:30a: .m. f:i the increased salary"asked seek re-election for another
:: Edwards Road Armory :::: family his estranged argument wife here followinga Wed- 2 Hurt In LawteyTwo A t cidents Dampier. two-year term. McKinney

i ;:+:: Steve Morris Band :ti nesday night, June 16, accord- Chairman Dodd also! stated s I lives on Griffis Loop with his
:::: Door Prizes :::: wife, Deborah and five-year-
that other area hospitals are
ing to the Union County separate accidents Patrol report, Farley's auto the path of a northbound Ford
k: ;: Ladies Auxiliary of ::: cutting costs by not replacing old son. Mark. He is a 1969
Sheriff's occurred
:::: BC Vol. Fir Department ::: Department. In Lawtey Friday sustained $1,000 in damages truck. and graduate of Bronson High
:::: : Giles Henry Mitchell 45. is June 18, seriously injuring two and Barr's 1972 Plymouth The northbound truck, resigned employees School and is
thin. now employedby
being held by Union County according to a Flo- received stretching personnel
\ :: CLASS OF 52 X: persons $1,250 in damages. driven by Marllon M then recommendedan Triest Construction of Key-
: Dampier
I js:: REUNION ::V:: authorities following the rida Highway Patrol report. Charges are pending against Williams of Jacksonville was in-service EKG training stone Heights."I .
shooting death of Lucille Injured but released from knocked
Farley third
:::: 7:30p.m.: .$ car believe the is
Hobins Mitchell 38. She Shands Teaching program for Emergency county
was Hospital by stopped at the intersection of
"J j: Stark Golf and :X Medical Technicians (EMTs ready for a commis-
: shot twice with accident younger
fi: a .25 caliber Tuesday, were Darrell Leon The second SR-225 and US-301
; : Country Club :;::|: which be sioner, one that will listen to
at hospital
:' pistol at her 490 SW 5th Street Farley, 24, of Robbinsville, occurred Friday afternoonand $400 in damages was sustained -
i1; Prior Reservations ::.: home about 7:10: p.m., accord- N.C,, and Arthur RaymondBarr involved three cars at the by the stationary funded through other sources. the people. I will be concerned

c__, ing to reports by investigating 38 of Lawtey. intersection of US-301 and SR- vehicle, driven by Aretha M. Edmondson indicated that the and available for comments"
f:. IjJ; officer D.L. Cochran. The EMTs would probably not v, from the voting public,
early morning wreck 225 in Lawtey.: There were no Austin, 50, of Lawtey.
::111 The (Community!: |; Chief Deputy A.A. Sweat occurred on US-301 three serious injuries. Williams' vehicle sustained cooperate with the training. McKinney said.McKinney .

1 #&tatr lank :;;1 said that the couple had been miles north of SR-12S Far $500 in damages and Thorn Lab director Ferret told the .i I d I i also said he feels
having problems and were ley'i 1970 Ford sedan struck Cleo C, Thornton. 41, of Rai- ton's automobile had $2,000 in board that the EKG volume ; he knows the county's needs,
: separated. One of the couple's Barr's auto head.on while tra ford, was charged with driving damages. had grown from about 70 to ,E rt having lived here all his life
:Yr: A_ New InuwW UfO> $::: three children in the veling north in the southbound each
T. 120000 : was while Intoxicated Impro- Thornton was released Saturday more than 100 month except for two years of high
: ky
:r.:;: >..! r- F...no Sac ?::;:: home at the time of the shooting lane per turn, and no valid drivers June 19. on a $300 taxing the laboratory per school. This is his first venture

.;*:::,::'.J::::::::::::::::::::::: 'I.-;: :'..: .>>:.:.:;. he said. According to the Highway license after turning left into recognizance bond. sonnel. The temporary EKG Charles McKlnney into politics..K. .



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Page 2 TELEGRAPH June 24.1976

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Wayne Mrs.Wynn Wayne was Wynn the 20 guests Honored during the At party Stork ShowerMrs. The hostesses presented the I ;; fYlte J1; WJ .

honored at a stork shower hours. honoree with a baby book and 64-ide PI
Tuesday June 8, given by The refreshment table was lingerie as a memento of the
Mrs. Bill DuBois and Mrs. covered with a white linen occasion.Mr. .

Billy (Hodge at the home of the cloth and centered with a ------------- Wooly Soci.ly CJilor,
latter in Pinebreeze subdivi-- crystal punch bowl encircled -- -
and Mrs. Charles ------------
with fern and daisies. The
sion.Games Dinkins visited Mr. and Mrs.
with prizes and refreshments cake was decorated with a
were enjoyed by stork and baby booties. Harry Sunday.Stallings in Gainesvilleon BCVFD Ladies Cindy Mitchell and James Hardee

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Auxiliary To Repeat Vows June 12 At First Baptist

Sponsor Dance -

Announces TheOPENING Miss Cynthia Ellen Mitchell

Saturday NightA 4 daughter of Mr. and r-
wd Mrs. J.F. Mitchell, Jr. of
(NOW SEATSUP Birthday, America Starke, and James Stephen
Happy the Hardee, son of Rev. and Mrs.
TO Dance sponsored by A.G. Hardee of Madison, were
Bradford County Volunteer united in marriage June 12 at
Our New
Of 75 PEOPLE) Fire Department Ladies 4 p.m. in the First Baptist
will be held Satur-
Auxiliary MkIM
Church, Starke, with Rev
June 26. at the
day night Hardee and Rev. Ben Bryant
J Armory on
performing the
L from 9 p.m. to 1:30: a.m.
Steve Morris' band from Mrs. Mona Canova organist -
Gainesville will provide music p, and Mrs. Steve Byrd, solo-
for dancing. Door prizes every ist, presented a program of
To Celebrate Our Opening We Offer hour. B.Y.O.B., free set-ups. nuptial music.
centered witha
Proceeds will be used to buy The altar was
for large gold bridal arch decor-
folding tables and chairs
the meeting room at the first Imogene Kelley, ated with a variety of green-
ery and standing columns.
The columns each held con- 1
FREECoke Starke Misfits Wilkinson tainers of greenery and white
and yellow shasta daisies.
Wedding Aug. 20 Large standing containers of Jii
Hold PicnicSundayJune
Boston ferns springer!, ,. .
Mr. and Mrs. Morris C. eureka and cycus palms were

Tea & Coffee 20 Kelley announce the engage- placed throughout the choir ,..
ment and approaching section. On lower levels on
The Starke Misfits enter- marriage of their daughter, each side of the altar were
and Li.
tained their wives Imogene Tina, to Jimmy J. trees of monkey fern. Gar- .
With Each Dinner families at a posttournamentFather's Wilkinson son of Mr. and Mrs. lands of greenery and white
Day picnic SundayJune MenslClub Ernest D. Wilkinson, all of daisies draped the completealtar.
hb 20,at the Enlisted Lawtey. .
'' at Camp Blanding. Dr. A.G. Hardee Jr.
Purchased This Swimming games and foot The//wedding will be held attended as best man. Ushers "v
ball were played during the Friday, August 20. at 7:30: were J.T. llardee. John ;

afternoonThe p.m. in the Northside Baptist Mattioli, David Mattioli and r e : wr
Thurs. Fri. & Sat. lake party was to cele- Church, Starke. Mike Garrett.
brate the success of their soft-
ball tournament last weekendas All friends and relatives are Miss Debbie Mitchell
invited to attend. attended as maid of honor.( .
Only well as to celebrate
She wore a gown fashioned of ( 0
Fathers' Day. embroidered and
green '
No Cost For Refills '' flocked silk organza over
green polyester The sweetheart -
tr"t6 : Window neckline was princess
AIR $5000OLIN'S style in front and gathered in
You're To Love Our the back to an above normal J *
Going CONDITIONER waistline and short puffed -

sleeves. The gown had a self [ '4 '; i'
ruffle and a deep ruffle at the

NEW NEW bottom with a self fabric tie .
I 4'' x 8' Sheets belt. The five attendants wore :Mr. and :M re. James S. llardee
Living Room matching chokers around
their necks and matching hats each end of the bride's table. versity of Florida.Mr. .
DINNERS FORMICA CHAIRS each with matching ribbons. Miss Mrs. Carl Hurst greeted the Hardee is a graduate of
Mitchell carried an arm bou- guests at the door Dixie Hollins High School. Si
*' 00 per quet of shasta daisies in The cake table was covered Petersburg and is a student I in
Try One You'll Like It $6oo & 1 sheet shades of yellow and white with a white satin lace the School of Pharmacy at the
surrounded with baby's trimmed cloth over a satin University of (Florida
breath and yellow streamers. and lace skirt. The three
And Of Course 1 Bridal attendants were tiered wedding cake was
"x3"x8fWHITE Misses Gayle Hatcher Ann decorated with yellow and Eastern Star

20 Ilaynes Debbie Spengler of white daisies and had a
Fried Chicken The You Like It.
[ Way "x6"x8' BATTEN Starke and Jan Holland of cherub in a holder between the Supper June 26
Jacksonville. They were tiers with satin wedding bellson
gowned identical to the honor top with double pearl Starke Chapter No. 224
Wishbne.(( Frie d Chicken attendant except they wore hearts on the center ball. Silver Order of the Eastern Star will
( yellow gowns and matchinghats. candelabras held burning have a covered dish supper
MOBILE HOME yellow tapers. Mrs. Herman Saturday; June 20. at 7 p.m. in
," FRIED CHICKEN THE WAY IT OUGHT TO BE Alice Hardee, niece of the Hunton and !Mrs. George. the Masonic Halt: f
groom, was flower girl. Pierce cut the cake. All Masons and their
SALES & SERVICEHWY The bride given in Mrs. Dodson Manly kept the families\ are invited to attendSKTSATfKDAY
236 S. Temple Starke. Phone 964-5858 marriage by her father worea bride's book at a table covered
formal of with white satin cloth. A
empire gown nylon a IU'\J\I.\Ca: :SALE" :
OPEN 9:30 11 :30 P.M. 964-5606 organza over peau de soie single silver candle holder :
with a scooped neckline. The held a burning ;yellow) taper. AT ST. KIWAIWS:
front of the dress full sheer The two punch tables were St Edward's Catholu
sleeves and cuffs were overlaid with white satin
will have
Church a rummagt
trimmed with rows of Venice cloths. The crystal punch
sale Saturday June 2fi. in chi
lace and seed pearls. The skirt bowls were encircled with
church parking lot from! a m
swept into a chapel train and ferns and yellow and white .
until 3
was trimmed down the back shasta daisies. p.m.J
MOST and on the edges with match- Assisting "t'reIrs.! Harry
ing lace and pearls. Her fin- Hatcher Mrs. Paul Carter.
gertip veil of illusion was Mrs. Charles Darby. !Mrs.
secured to a headpiece of Charles :Norman Mrs. K D.
I II II Venice lace made in the shape Tenly Sr., Mrs E.D. Tenly.Jr. .
.. !Mrs. Joe Gissy. :Mrs U.L
'SATELLITE" colonial; Haynes, Jr., !Mrs V.J. Speng- and Mrs. J D. Lavender
H7 U 2'A' white miniature carnations ler. Miss Linda Johns and ,announce the birth of a son
white shasta daisies van- !Mrs. James Reddish. :Nancy David Franklin born June 4 in

I '' gated green ferns, with a haloof Grider and Melissa and Claire Alachua General Hospital
WINDOW FAN I fan baby's breath and satin Winkler passed out rice bags. Grandparents are :Mr and
s gives tau
;; r most streamers. She chose as her Following wedding trip to Mrs. J.F.( Lavender of
1 '/ comfort for going away corsage a minia- St. Petersburg the couple is Butler and :Mr and !Mrs. L R
least ture of her bridal bouquet.A residing in Gainesville. Hadsock of Gainesville. .
money reception was held In the The bride is a graduate of -------------
t3..oo church Fellowship Hall where Bradford High School and is
Turns to my mill Miss Lillian Stump and :Mrs
the containers from senior in the Cortege
greenery presently
op. down, lilt rlitit A.S. Harrison buy
l were on a
/ the wedding were placed on of Education at the Uni-
y a l M t1 ,2 2. ticks In my position, ing trip to Tampa on Monday.
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your preferences as time and new learning dictate.

Preplanning Is simply a mechanism to insure that you will have choices. It
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you have lived rather than the grief at your passing.Pre .

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t-tlyugeU; \" uU jfsa: LSUI HOI ItJVI/fir./ Mrrw 0._ _ __ ..rr
Honored With Wed At Home Ceremony I

Dinner SaturdayMiss blue tapers. PIGGL WIGGLYDOLLAR
The bride's book table was
Dlann Moore and covered with a baby blue cloth f>
with lace overlay and held a \ >
Estan whose
Mosher mar I
riage will be an event of July 1ll.rt 'ti single rose bud.
The punch table was cen-
17, were honored at a dinner
party Saturday night given by tered with a crystal punch
Mr and Mrs. J.D. Warren, bowl encircled by greenery
Mrs. W.T. Jackson, Sr and interspersed with blue florets. DAY g
Mrs. Marc Jackson at the Following a wedding trip to
Indian Rock Beach the coupleis
Warren home on Pratt Street.
::: : residing at 514 Epperson
The buffet table was cov- -
::::;..: ered with an embroidered cut- Street.
: : work cloth and centered by a r The bride is a 1975 graduateof
.,:,s"S.:!.'- chafing dish. The dining ;ti J Bradford Vo-Tech and is GROCERY CIRCULAREffective
employed by 5& 10 in
:-;.: tables,set up around the pool, r Starke
centered with colored
: : were
.... candles. Mr. Powell is a 1973 gra- Ad Dates Are
:::; : : Deborah Camp Kindal Mobley Twenty friends enjoyed the 6rd4 duate of Bradford High School
.-*,., occasion with the honored and is employed by the City Noon Wed. June 23 Thru Noon Wed June 30th.
.w Engagement couple. Electric Department
I ; Announced ---
: i:, Also Effective Date On
'. Tom Long of Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin D. Mrs. Vernon Mobley, all of Wedding Couple
"I, the weekend with his
Camp announce the engage- Lawtey. spent Sugar Coupon (Is In Error.It .
ment of their daughter, Honored AtRehearsal mother, Mrs. T.T. Long. Mrs.
Deborah R. Camp, to KindalE. Wedding plans will be Long also had as Sunday over
Mobley son of Mr. and announced at a later date. Dinner night guests Mr.and Mrs. J.G. Should Read
Pritchett and son, Gary and
Rev and Mrs. A.G. Hardeeof Mrs. D.C, Forehand of Good Only At Piggly Wiggly Thru Wed. June 30th
Albany, Ga.
Madison entertained at a
'er&onalA r S dinner party June 11 for their L ,
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son,James,and fiancee Cindy
Miss Jan Jeffords of Ala- Mitchell in the Fellowship J
chua spent last Sunday to Hall of the First Baptist Baldwin Olds
Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Church, Starke following the + w, Chevy -
Paul G. Brown. Mrs. Brown couple's wedding rehearsal.The '
son Palmer, and Jan spent Mr. and Mrs. Luther John Powell
two days at St Augustine
Beach. serving table for the Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jonesof the top of the sleeves of puff
buffet dinner was centered Starke announce the satin. She wore a diamond USED
Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Eaves with a yellow and green floral marriage of their daughter, necklace, a gift of the groom.
and family spent last Satur- arrangement. The U-shaped Darlene Denise, to Luther She carried a blue and white
dining table was centered with John Powell of floral and her elbow
day to Wednesday at Cherokee son Mr. and nosegay
N.C. and toured the an arrangement of mixed Mrs. Mary H. Porch of Key- length veil was of baby blue CFlRSandTRUCKS
Smoky Mountains. spring flowers. The 35 guests stone Heights and William C. net with temple pieces of
included the honored couple,
Powell of Crescent Beach baby's breath.
Mrs Doris Conway of their parents and bridal party. Rev. DeBart Quarrels per- A reception was also held at
Gainesville was Sunday visitor The honored couple pre- formed the ceremony Friday, the Jones home. At points of
a of her brother-in-law and sented gifts to their attendants June 11,at 7 p.m. at the homeof interest were arrangements of 1975 CHEVY LUV SOLID BLUE
Johns SelectedFor sister. Mr. and Mrs. Mac during the dinner. the bride's parents. blue and white flowers.
Baldwin. Janice Sandberg, organist, The bride's table was cov-
This Little SAVE
Is A Nice Truck
Assisting in serving were provided nuptial music. ered with a lace cloth and was
Girl Scout Trip Mrs R.R.Turnipseed,Sr.of Mrs. Charles Norman, Mrs. The bride wore a floor centered with a three tiered
Atlanta will be Wednesday to Harry Hatcher and Mrs. E.D length baby blue satin gown wedding cake decorated with
Lynne Johns has been Friday guest of Dr and Mrs. Tenly Jr. overlayed with blue lace and blue roses and flanked by
selected for "Wider Oppor.tumtil"S" the 1111. Adams. had sheer lace sleeves with single candle holders withPre4th 1974 CHEVY LUV SOLID RED
sponsored by
Girl Scouts of America and 34,000 Miles (One Owner) Good Solid Truck
local councils across the ,

United LynneisthedaughterofMr.and States. ,lad $2695

Mrs Robert Johns H
Starke, and is currently a e
member of Cadotte Troop 520.

Lynne Brownies has and been Junior active Scouts.in a 1973 FORD COURIER SOLID RED

\Vorland.Lynne left.Sunday.Wyominghere June 20 e = Radio, Heater And Auto. Trans., cLots 2195

she will spend two weeks at Of Life Left Here
National Center West The Ca1196a'
opportunity is called "Tote 'N ,1': d O
," which is 1 f\ot\
Trek backpackingin
natural surroundings, and .\< 1974 LONG WHEEL BASE FLEETSIDE
primitive camping in moun- .,
tains and canyons mesas. -la HOT WEATHER'ITEMS V-8 Auto.Trans. Air Condo Blue & White Solid
girls will be together to .
develop and straighten lea Transportation At Half The Cost Of A New One

dership qualities. MARKED WAY t' 1'. 'tl $3 195ti.T '

r ( .;4 1.-4.x, $5 ...111974 \,, s .
So Take Of These Savings Now. .J 1
DOWN Advantage :. .


* I Bi V'heels&Tires READY TOGO $3195


This Is A Long Term Lease Car With Only 10,000 Miles-She's|

Red & White And Looks Just Like New

AllSwimwear 20 % OFF $5895

:Mal LockeMai * * 1976 PONTIAC VENTURA 4 DOOR

Locke Receives A LARGE SELECTION OF JUNIOR AND t 6 Cv 1. Auto. Trans. Power Steering And Air Cond., Only8,000MilesCan't

ScholarshipMallon YOUNG MISSIE 1 Be Cleaner $4895
i A 1 11
of!Mr and Mrs. Brad Locke of

Mrs.Bradenton Shellie and 11 grandson. Gerle of of PANTS
awarded the Tri-
Starke.nity U\I.W was: scholarship In all the ice cream colors r1 I 1 Solid Grey Paint With Black Interior Good Dependable
the annual
1 at
f award on June .. -
: senior high banquet held at and t Transportation
the Trinity United !Methodist many styles .
; Church in Bradenton. $2695
:Mai also grandson of !\Ir.i * * * *
and Mrs. Edwin B. Locke of
'. Swampscott Mass, recently ;
a. graduated from !Manatee High SH ORTS OF ALL FABRICS & STYLES i973FORDPINTOWAGON
3 School in Bradenton and plans II
*. to attend :Manatee Junior Auto Trans. Air Cond. Check This Little
3 College SH IRTS + 1995
I PRINTS I Car Out Before You Bin. SAVE
j Clydie Merrill iw


| :Miss C'lydleIae: :Merrill,
., (fiancee of Kick Jackson, was WAll I Clean As A Pin, Runs Perfect. Solid Gold Paint With A Lot
3 honored at a bridal shower Brand Names Of Course \
if last Thursday night given at d Of Eye Appeal
j the home of Mrs.John Griffin. '
3 Hostesses with !Mrs Griffin LADIES AND MISSIESPORTSWEAR $
ti were Mrs WI! Edwards Jr., f \ J795
f Mrs. Herb Herres. Mrs L.Vllardin.
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.< !Mrs. J K, Kite Mrs.
j Cynthia Schmitt Mrs. !Malcolm By Your
.* Sanders, Mrs. David We Have Several More Good Used
." Montgomery !Mrs Phil Favorite I Makers In Double Knit t and Woven
jj \ellenga.Mrs! KG Paterson .. Cars Stock: Rnd Many More
? B C. HolUendorf,Sr.
Highlighting points of intern With A Large Coming In Daily. So Check WithUs
n; est in the party rooms were Assortment of Shells, Tanks y

;, arrangements mixed spring flowers.of daisies and BLOUSES with JACKETS & VESTS Before You Buy We May Have
!Mrs. Marc Jackson greeted ,
the guests at the door. Standing Short and Long Sleeve It: Com ing: In
? in the receiving line were \
C !Mrs W.T. Jackson, Sr and

J. the The honoree.refreshment table was SPECIALS ON MANY OF OUR DRESSES
'": covered with an embroidered
cloth and centered with an
,k* arrangement of roses flanked
t by ,two" branch silver candelabra l, i .

:|{ Mrs. with Bruce burning Scott pink presided tapers.at AND PANT SUITS. .

> the punch bowl TO 301 stoats neon 96(1-7500(
f Assisting in serving were

S Misses Edwards Cindy and Diane and Yawn.Susan ADDITIONAL MARK DOWN ON STARKE, FLORIDA"Sooner

:'J: The hostesses presented the
;. honoree with the platter to her
;.' ihosen china pattern as a 1 NUMEROUS ITEMS. or Later Your Favorite Dealer"
4 memento of the occasion.Approximately .
1 60 guests
.i.j, ,called during the party hours


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Page 4 TKLKC.HPII June 2l. 1976

Open House Set Tomorrow Brown Graduates With high Honors

Night For Chas. Partins Terrence M. Brown a 1972 He was a member of the
Bradford High School gra debate team at St. Johns Community

An informal house Mr. Partin from the College in Palatka.
open is was principal of '( duate graduated
held tomorrow Bradford s t Florida Brown is "named to the
being (Friday. High School from University of collegeof
June 25)) at 8 p m m the 1948 until 1957. His wife Mrs Arts and Sciences with high former Seleta Hall and residesin
Starke Woman's Club for :Mr :Melba PartIn taught elemen honors June 12, and will New berry, Mrs. Brown
and :Mrs Charles Partm. former tary school at La' tey most of attend the UF Spessard works at the University: of

educators m the Bradford that time. Their son, Buster is Holland Law School in September Florida.
school system from 1948 to now an architect living in 1 t a .
195T Dade City. Brown graduated from high
nraYge 1RERKir&1t M r7 Anilre>' '' Kuril
r school early, and was sports

The Partins will be In town The Partins now live in t editor of the Palatka Daily A'utl"lIIi'lIunur.* (
this weekend: to attend the Deland He works with the r a .n1r1 News before entering college. i

reunion of the Bradford High t S. Department of Health, GREENVILLE:" S C. I
'('lass of 1952 this Saturday' Education, and Welfare She Airman Joseph CoxIs Jimmy Joe Andrews son of
night works at Stetson University I' Weapons Mechanic Mr. and Mrs. La\'on Andrewsof
DENVER, Colo.-Airman Starke was included m the
r1 TEL- Joseph E. Cox son of \Mr. and Term Dean's List al

Mrs. Henry E. Cox of Rt. 1. Spring Furman University:

Starke, has graduated at Low- The Dean's List is com Mike. Kiirn
Colo. from the U.S.
ry AFB. undergraduate -
Graham Baptists Celebrate Old Fashioned Day Air Force weapons mechanic prised students who earn a

FUNERALSSome course conducted by the Air le From I SF
Members of 3.2 or tree
of Graham
Baptist Church celebrated Old Fashioned Day Sunday, June 6. with Training Command. grade point average
people prefer to make funeral arrangement members and guests" dressed In Gay '90's attire. Airman Cox who was better on Furman's four-point :Michael Paul King son 0IMr

in advance when a person has definite Brother mes Sullivan presided at the morning service and Rev. James Starling, pastor, cave trained to load and inspect grading system. : and :MrsalterM: Kingof
the evening service.An Old Fashioned "Amen" corner was used during the services and kerosene June t i.::
preferences. And he or she wants some assur lamps were the used. weapons used in Air Force Starke. graduated
only lighting aircraft is being assigned to from the University South
that these wishes be followed.
once This

approach Eglin AFB Fla., for duty witha (:(1 UH Hoard Florida in Tampa with ">
With, the rising cost of everything a preor- :Meet* :.Mondti} mass communic'ution

anged funeral will not cost any more than Bridal PartiesMiss The airman is a 1975 gra- While specialuing in photo

'orloy! s prices only the interest on the prearanqement duate of Bradford High The Board of Directors of journalism lit I'SF King wa

Come in and talk to us about this Carolyn Henley, whose with i a blue and white corsage School. CUBB Economic Agency, active in Tampa'B.iptM'

"n sure there 0'. 'many questions to be asked marriage to Mark Harden White corsages were pre r tS. Inc. will meet :Monday Campus :Ministry program
will be of sented to Mrs. Calvin Henley the He was a member "I the
brook an event July CORRECTION: evening June 28, at 7:30: at
mother of the honoree and to choral group and \\ii<- twice
2.was at a bridal sho- The Telegraph incorrectly Civil Defense Building in
wer Friday night, June 18, in Mrs. Donald Hardenbrook Starke. elected to serve on Florida -
stated on page 7 of its June 17
Archer Funeral HCM: 3'ounrd I
Home the First United Methodist mother of the prospective issue that Leonard V. Moore is Executive
Church Hall. The public is welcome at all King begins II summer toui
DOYle M ARCHER, L.F.D. Hostesses Fellowship were \Mrs. Harry groom.Two games were played vice-president Inc.of Jackson Moore meetings of the CUBB: Boardof of the United:! Slates with the
Building Supply, is
lal.o! Burley Florida Green Mrs. Joseph Bakken, with each guest sharing some vice-president of W T Jackson Directors. Greenville sc based un-al
words of wisdom with the "Turning I Point alter i
Mrs Joey Bakken Miss group
Inc.. a railroad construc-
496-2008 496-2056 Eoline Green and Mrs D. bride-to-be. Prizes were won + week-long rehearsal ''''Iun
tion firm and is not affiliated A public forum is held at all
and !Mrs. Junl'4 First stop lor
Hitch Green. by Miss Henley rung
with Jackson Building Supply. meetings..
ilunteer Ambulance. Funerals Monuments :Miss Henley was presented Doyle Crews. fflWV group will ht .Jul\ J in TJmp"

The gift table was covered

with bride a white dolls cloth and decoratedwith centered cp8@CP 8 qJ(0CU fKuf(0CWItr. (

with a blue and white spring
flower arrangement.
Pinehurst Grocery The punch table was covered .

with a blue lace edged Rev. and Mrs. James :\ and Mrs. B G. Mcintyre :Mr and :Mrs. Mark Hamilton :Mr and :Mrs Jerome
cloth and centered with a blue Starling dressed in period and family of Ponte Vedra and children of Tampa Edwards and sons ol :Naples
and white bride's cake topped costumes sing without Beach and Mrs. J.E. McIntyre spent the weekend with their were :Monday to \\fdiu-Mljx
& Variety Store with blue sugar bells and musical accompaniment. of Jacksonville were Sunday parents. :Mr. and :Mrs S W visitors of his parents :Mr
white lace design. The cake visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Hamilton and :Mr and :Mrs and :Mrs :Merrill Kduurds
a was decorated by Mrs. Nelson -- DuPre. :N. .B. Rosier. They also while on a three weeks lour ul'
Green grandmother of the a memento of the occasion. attended the BUS class of 'Kfi the L'niled Stales iniludmn

Hwy 100 964-9935 l 4 I II prospective groom. The punch The gift table was centered Mr. and Mrs. S E. James of reunion at the country club being in Philadelphia I'd
I bowl was encircled with white with an arrangement of Vashon Wash. and Mr and July 4 to hear the ringing! ,'t l lthe'Liberty
daisies. Miss Monica Green
strawberries in a terrarium. Bell
Good Thru presided at the punch bowl Bridesmaids are Eolme Mrs John Butler and familyof :Mrs. W.B. :Mundy. :Mrs Guy
Palm Beach
West were
pkpv Sale and Keith
Bakken grandchildren.
and Mrs. Joseph cut Green :Marilyn
the cake. Bradley guests several days las! weekof and Kathy Gillingham are :Miss C'l>'die :Merrell OIl i :Melbourne
Tammy Henley Martha
Approximately 30 guests Mr. and Mrs Lester Crews. spending Wednesday to Friday was \\ednesda10:!
The? 4th Of July McCall and Denise McDonald "
shared the occasion with the with :Miss Jean :Mundy' in Sunday guest t of :Mr und Mrs.
honoree. Mr. and Mrs. Joe :Seal'; TallahasseeBrad \\' T Jaikson Sr ,.milon
frI DUPLICATE BRIDGE Belche Norfolk:'; Va. spent Kick
2 -- -
BUDWEISER $ Miss Henley was compli CLUB RESULTSThe last week with their mothers. Carter son of :Mr and
.,,. I mented at a bridesmaid Duplicate Bridge Club :Mrs. J G Caldwell and Mrs. :MrsMaxie: Carter. Jr graduated :Mr and :Mrs Keith tiillmg
pius W
ax luncheon Tuesday. June 22 at held their quarterly tournament A C. Belche. On WednesdayMrs. June 12 with a B S in hum of Tampa spent 1 the
OLD PE1 the home of Mrs. Charles Tuesday night six) tablesin Caldwell and Mr and Criminology and a certificatein weekend with :Mi and :Mrk
Schmitt. play at the Pratt Street :Mrs. Belche visited !Mrs. Corrections from Florida Guy Sale
9 Recreation Center Esma Yongue in Fairfield and State :
the table was covered witha University Previously
MILWAUKEE white lace cloth over red Mr and :Mrs John Clark Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mackin Carter received his A /\. Dr and :Mrs K S :Mullms

linen and was centered with were first; :Mrs Elsie Douglasand Micanopy. degree from the University. of son Glenn. and daughter
an, arrangement.of, strawberry :Mrs Kate Herndon were South Florida m Tampa 'lie Patt. and :Mrs L T Illl'r l of
' plants i in a.low; $U\qpr ecpnd; Bernice Bnnke and ., Mrs. F.J. Shaw has been plans a career with the j Florida ocala) visited :Mr and Mrs:
PEPSI RC & NEVI 16 Oz 8 Pack 119 bow 7. Place settings Vare I I Mrs. P.A Johnson were third. 1 visiting her son-in-law. Ovid Department of cilfendor Rubin :Mullia in Fort !'I{>rcc
Plus Tax & Deo who suffered heart
marked with place cads :Mrs. W,H Thomson and :Mrs Bennett, a Rehabilitation over the weekend
accented with strawberries John Griffin ere fourth. attack last Thursday. in St

Each presented the Vincent's Hospital. :Mr :Mrs Kbba ( arlson ol

FABRIC SALE 25 % Off Stack bride Mrs.a Henley personal and gift Mrs. Har ... Lamar Bennett Shaw also had and as:Mrs.visitors Carl Friends of :Mrs F.:.:M Davis, orange las! \\cdnesduv Park was!guest Krid.iio ol" I Dr,

denbrook were presented ;.fBIRTHS Johns. w ill regret to hear of the deathof and :Mrs! L II Jennings!
strawberry from the her sisler.Irs.: Leila Reed.
hostess. Mrs.corsages Schmitt also Mrs. George Pierce underwent 83, of Tarpon Springs who Sen and :Mrs ('h.irlev'

gave the honoree a negligee as surgery last Friday in died Sunday' night Johns visited :Mr and :Mrs
Mr and :Mrs Ricky :M Lee Alachua General Hospital. James C'ash and l.innK in
announce the birth of a daughter. :Mrs W II Green and Orlando over 1 the weekendDr
Bethany Brooke born Mr. and :Mrs :Milton Hart- daughter Amber and son
e St.aL1SH(91904 Your Brand Name Headquarters June 16 in Alachua General zell of Orange City and F E Harris of Tallahassee spent and :Mrs Reid Kelhea

Bay- K ......, ,...,. Hospital. Grandparents are Bollmger of Gainesville were last week with :Mr and :Mrs and family of Jacksonville
Ii ,. hdn nwnr Yw .ow.( Mir 11* tk. mail; pJ .,. visit Mwr !.(.1! .!.'. !. ..* .n. of Dr and Mrs
:Mr and :Mrs :Maurice Lee andS Sunday guests Curtis Sanders at Kmgslev :Mr and Mrs S K Johns of
MHi B. Jams, H G. Bollinger Lake Marke and Tom ( raw lord ol

Augusta (iaH're Sundav
guests of :Mr and :MrM.indx

WAREHOUSE i Johns at Kingsley Lake'

:Mrs A J Barry and (dtugi 1

ter. .\drienne. were in l Bea.f'i
Kails. Pa Frad.110 :Mnndavwheie
:Mrs Barn attended.
p ef.i r uwI
I 0"".' again w.. clearing our worvhowiv and posting all th* savings M.y fc. frfrf .* .n..ti fr.m ih. t.m<.I i her .r:>th 1I1'al'ralb high
or 10 yoji' Vnti Your l local Badcock Homo Furnithmgt Conttr and a.. [liar C"J Irtlli sew"d 7 mV od'iTm' !T rAe a.
,. ni" |Oieew..d School class reunion at (theHoliday
how floor
much Iwrnilurt and
yow ton o t on opplioncvt covoring *? ) rfw* m .rw.r.r. bllfr
horn onterta ..menf *. vn r.nr.. w,?. .n1 Weww. 3.1. .nil, / Inn Saturday fnghi!
bwrr 71 H7. OOKHre

$10.00 1/ 1 J aer :Mrs Carrie Hitch and :Mr
j Mary: \\Hten) hate had) u-
VALUE visitors :Mr and :Mrs Stet<
Tillev of Tallahassee nn Sunday
and :Mrs Gloria Climes-
:Mrs Thl'hmlh'nllola: and
Dr T G Hitch on :Monday

Local admittances to Brad
", .4 ford County Hospital this
w eek include Thomas stokes
These Cars GoingToOeSOLOee. John Shanbarger! :M'I.I.. .
Dolling. :Mrs Lmnie \\ 'IIMt l'C
s "J lieck. :Mrspple.u

Brown.. H (' ('rew inn,,,

Cola,.. Jerome Klwer: of Slarke Pete! ,
crown If You Are In The Market For A New Car wDon't Barton til :Melrosiir,

k Ion. OPFN STOCN :Norma; :Melton /
I Hampton
'N+ PAICESe Miss Seeing These Super Buys :Mrs Rachel 1 :Moore ,ol

,. .. '''ne 5x} 3.1. Brooker :Mrs Lattice Kuiker
Y r 0 U o.r w h..uN .hrb b .b '
: :. : : : ;. .i' 313995
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Mt ...b...e.a'W'" .,... U".o .0. .'.V. i. nS ..." '1S15995 1975 NEW 1975 :\I'Mdof Lake Butler :Mrs
bra orvfr ..phanrr/. I .er e .n1 ..... "awilrear. v/ r ......... ....... Kosie Dennison
...r .. ........ S 199 95 of Haiford.
ELITE FORD and :Mrs Gladys Griffis olLavvtey
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SPC OAOU P INCLUDES $4 00 2J'1 11" ..37995,i)9.'. Full Power Air FM Radio 3 Dr. Runabout Radio :Mr and :Mrs Jennings
Mufchnq CHAIR Cow.ara 01 ." aP 95V & Tape Deck WW Tires Air Tinted Glass :McUauley of Jacksonvillewere I
,'" Mofchm9OTTOMAN SS7995 rte. $1993PEDESTAL Sunday guests ofIr:
\ 12 Mo. Or 12,000 Mil. Warranty AM Radio 12,000 Mi. Or and :Mrs Charles HardyMr

\ ,. TABLE $1400 12 MoWarranty : and :Mrs. H A Lawson

,II- YU' -' Off Retail $3395New \'isitedIr: and :Mrs Joe Jordan
and family m 1.1Ouk

R. t.F ... 1975 Ford Gran Torino
'. .. '0'. New 1975 Maverick
.......' .... ., -
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Steering -
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ooo $3900
j i SAVE $707$12I -4
;I / (p Or 12.000 Retail
Nn D.nPine.. "'...,1J.--.C., ...
? Look You Can't Beat These Prices On The
... .
I YOUR CHOICE ura"I .1. Above Cars Anywhere In North Fla. TILE,: Bit \DKORI(
e ('Ol' T\' nuiR.\PfI:
) Sa NOW' 3 WArt TO And That's A Fact
__ Published
eONIYe$1495 Thursday
JZee .,h drr.,. BUY AT BAOCOCKWNILI every '
I/2 f R at I 1311 \\. ('a'il Street
: ,' SUPPLY LASTS REG $299) Starker Klwld 32091

eTeRCKfa' SAVE S I 0 TERWILLEGAR FORD Second Class postage paidat
SIo,'p B.z"c..rJ.71',10, 2'afuf and Sentry 9" Wad-iv. lt"" At MIST: LOCATIONS Slarkr. Florida'

: $:!?: MOTORS If Subscription Rates:

-. .:H I qrttDELIVERV qrtt SERVICE -qrttLAV-AWAVI In year trade: I.I.area 30 sit. SK.IMI months' per.

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128 S. Walnut Starke. Fla. 964-5289 Keystone Lawrence Blvd. 473.2395 18 YEARS OF SOMETHING SPECIAL QUALITY & SERVICE Outside trade area: t7.no
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June 24.197R TElEGRAPII Punax

Lalvley Cuts City Costs BCH Anneals $.. man it known by his conduct to hit wife to hit family and to those under him."
_ a i ;/ Napoleon

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'.. .A'w.. n- "Mostly bad news" about that the
ff-uge II and Councilman Rosier fireman James Waters and Bradford County Hospital's to pay for
expressed the council's appre seconded the motion. On the nigh marshal Charles Carterare finances was delivered by administrator for
ciation to Wainwright for providing vote Mayor ,McCulley went paid under the CETA program R.D. Edmondsonto vices because
the personnel. with them giving Watts a the current allocationof the board of trustees June rescue
Out Of
The move will leave the city majority. A "no' vote was which expires: June 30. 17, although the hospital's of the Going
with one and a half never taken. McCulley had -Was told by Joe Harley overall debt picture !is good.A About $
employees, instead of two, said all along the Job should go that the city must have a per bill for hospital malpractice requested
and will save the city $100 I( ) per to a Lawtey man to keep the mit, under currently pollution insurance amounting to
week. Mayor Ben McCulley money at home. control laws, to burn at the $9,900 and a letter from Medicare Edmondson Business SALE !
had been concerned for the Watts moved to Lawtey in dump. Burning permits must indicating the hospitalowes charge is
past two months whether the 1974 after retiring from the be obtained from the Florida $17,042 refundable to the an
town could afford two full time Navy. He has taught electronics Forest Service every day and program caused an uneasy providing
from employees no full which was up at the Bradford-Union each day burning Is carriedout. stir among trustees, althoughthe under Up To 50 % Off Of Every Item In Stock !
time city Area VocationalTechnicalCenter Atmospheric conditions insurance bill was readily ford County
employees prior to the water for the past two years, would prohibit burning on and unanimously paid. missioners, Up To 50% Deducted Off Of Present Retail
system. hut said he would resign if some days Harley said. He Edmondson said he had county has
In the three-hour meeting employed with the water sys said the Forest Service has already taken steps to appealthe ambulance Every Thing Must Go NOWI!
Monday night, two of which tem. Watts said he wanted to made several runs to the Law. Medicare bill, explaining hospital, he
were spent discussing hiring be out in the open and to have tey dump and should have -4.. Suits .
of a person to maintain Ihe daytime work; he has been Issued citations to the city -- eJeansBlouses
water system, the council teaching nights.In -Agreed to purchase tools U.T 0 eDresses.Jewelry
decided it would be better to other action, the council: needed for the water system THE .
have a Lawtey resident learn -Was told by Clerk Lucille maintenance if a list is pre. 9645149"A : eTank Tops
the water system. One option Shuford the annual city elec.tion sented at the next meeting MAGIC *P> 5'O'O.L. Off eHalters
would have been to turn the will be Dec. 7. Qualifying -Agreed with the clerk's
job over to Mid.vette who has a begins Oct. 6 and ends at noon suggestion paying Midyette NEEDLED
(Vsnr "("'rotor's license and Oct. 20. Registration books $JO per week) for the two weekshe t No Lay-A-Way Cash Or Bank Amerlcard and Master Charge Only!
is fully quulilied to operate the will be open in Lawtey from 13pm. worked as well as the $17.50per
water system. ., except tThursdayfrom week he draws as supervisor Go Tooll! Racks, Fire Extinguisher Wall Racks Wrapping Counter-

Instead, the council chose to June 27 through July 27. of the water system. Stock Room Bins Customer Mirrors Chairs Plastic Size Rings
keep pain l\lldyette $75 a Registration in Lawtey will -Agreed to pay the City of
month to supervise a Law ley also register a voter for Jacksonville $3,026 for a used A Much More
resident trainee. Money was county elections since regis- first truck if the Lawtey Vol-
again the reason the Midyetle tration books have been com- unteer Fire Department reimburses Begins SALE Starts Thurs June 24
move was considered.Applicants bined.Was the city. Jacksonville a ll
for the water told by Clerk Shuford would not accept payment ,I
system job were Watts Walter that the city, she thinks, will from the fire department, y 29 & C / II All Sales Final
KiilUm), H.ind.v James
Hurley receive some CETA funds Waters said. nne
and 1\lidH'ttl' Councilman after the June 30 cutoff, but --Was told by CouncilmanScott ,I ? Qe-w No Refunds
Hubert Scott first nominated the extension will be only to he will move at the next:! .r Registration / f i I Or Exchanges
Mid>ftle.! then Councilman Jan. 30. She does not know meeting for "No Smoking"
Busier Itcnnctt nominated how much the town will signs to be placed in the new 138 E. CallStarke
Kullard. neither gut a second receive however. Currently, city hall. 1! Call == !!5!!
Counnlman John Robertson -Since the first Monday of
then moved! to employVutts, ImprovementsPlanned July is a holiday, the councilset The Magic
its July meeting for July 6.
Iluspi/uI'I'r11sII' o," The meeting will be in the new 1517 Bessent Rd. 964-6300 OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 9am. Til 4:30: p,m.
For city hall, plans are now
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X'ray work on motion of board County Fair
member lumpier, The

hospital was a discount offered price the of of Projects the 1977\ for Itradlord improvement County !
$:l.lM( aid would have| ref Fair took precedence> at. the G & Y lt4D:
ul.lrl'Ulot about. SH.2IH). Ed.flumdson first meeting of the newly- :
said and had Ix-en elected! Board of Directors of I IthJ
used only six nionlhs. IlimCX the Fair Association June 14.Varren .
T. IrusU-rs agreed to wait \ Carver, elected '.. rtIii:
on the purih.ise mod I the president by I Ihe ://5-ml'mhl'r .
elfactof ;MLay's58H43Cxprndt-' ""Io/I\/ ulioll. l led l discussion of
lures on the huilding( were 11111al illll and expansion ol centers
I ri'\filled ill the hudgel/ Onmidwav. and show' arena
-,Kxtended: contract of .iddihoii.il I parking space.added ,

Melly hoard" !( win lltorney will remain liieh.ird nn a and and necessary improved maintam-sanitation LJl: : .LI..I"l.I.ll! ; !. L L!. .I.lL; ;:
$.>o pet; month retainer fit ;uu-o existing facilities.: The
board' also set iiiarlerl| meetings e XPlQSIOrifamily : I
/ for the lirst Monday in U. S, 301' S. SHOPPING CENTER Starke, Fla. I

I'sIIlnfflfr and September.June I gree'niber..la.rch JUN'E

< it her 1 elei'led
new >' ol beers
I/tll'/ 11 iinti<'IfA {/ ol the Board of Directors
includeico picsiilent (ieorgeMuggins JERGEN'SSOI DIAL SOAP
Florida State Prison / anil treasurer John a I ASHBY CoppertoneCoppertone;ji;: :
inmate hanged himself in his! l'.ridlc.Ir; I F.M-iutivc: committee
16' EXTENSION 4 Bar C C \
solitary cell during the wee nieniU-rs are Lola Regular SUNTAN

June hours 17.if. cording'1'hw'sdiy to morning prison,, .Johnson p.alkom.Raymond. Lowell 1 Brvan..1.lines Par. LADDER Pkg 4 7 Size 17 1II iila'w"u 'Wlln"1"t LOTION

officials.liishop' iish aid ,tubby T.ivlor I All aluminum 200.duly Promotes fAST Tan!
('11111 mll1/-t/ !!. 47, 1 "
rallied! his cell door less than CREST TOOTHPASTE 20z.
1111. <
hour before he $1g aDz U. It TUBE.
an was pronounced Chain Link Fence 888 FINAL ETc'aroll 77
dead at :.r I: /ill am. LIMIT 3
according to KM' administrative 70z $117Size 1i''r1\'"
assistant John Anderson SuppliesFirst 68 SPRAY ;\.11 "'
t IU(lifts nut IM'd him to stop
Tan, don't burn use
making/ the noise and go to 6' WOODEN
U-d. bill( lie resumed Die rattling Denture Cleanser CoppertoneSUNTAN
al :'I a m and had to t Ix- STEPLADDER Roll On Deodorant
subdued again. Anderson", :.L..J .1 .J. : ARM OIL teS
111 C
said Ten minutes\ Liter\ he p'e, C Darker Tan! "A -"
Po4Clm' :' the Ian Deeper C> yj
was 'found! hiinging l h\ .1 QualityNo lymar 8 8 6 7 4.Dunle | IA
twisted l rdshcrl in the coll.Supinnlendenl 200 LB Duly 40 Tablets Plastic Bottle
It .1 I 1.1'\t'r- Seconds Rating '
ette repnited (hat I dimming- I
(old ollieers some maehmo.s $1 097
TAPE Coconut Oil and Cocoa Butter3Ounce Coppertom
were alter him I Me had a psyilu.ilric Available I / $297
record and was I I Cloth lacked Jar
housed in "Q"1 IIIg, one olsexerul Q/ 2" a 60 Yds 7,Bushei. Sill au' .... Onllf.. $117
HANDYMAN i 5 Count goy LI I '
I close super'.isiun "I [IAGS.EJj i LIMIT3H --" .
units of tin prison 1.11 ility. Anderson I 1 l ",, e .-_
said 473.4239 I.I.:J .-f'
('U mini tigs/ was sering a :20- I B 66 ': zGar-I: BABY OIL
tear! seiilenic dealt in UH! >K inluval ( < I 88 sQ a
i (Cnuiilv for m.uislaughlor 1-289-2141 iLJ Moistens. Softens Ol, 88
expiration\ However.dale ol the his. tentali\o sentence FREE ESTIMATE 4" Polyester Brush $297 -

was near and he would have
Ix-en released in U) months, Maxville, Fla. / o.a..aa.aas sau
\iulerson s.iid / i a ; j i ; .

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-_ r,-". I '", -t.P '"c'-- -'..... Ul. Hasty Green Softballers Seventh In Tallahassee Tourney

__ _CZF- from 4 p.m. until the finish lit
-. I IA at the against the Southern
hit their McKinney broke even 8:30 p.m.Hasty .
Leading hitter in the second Lee Knowles
With its three best hitters Fasteners,
full race horse! .500 mark to place three Hasty will be
two-day.uld gazelle can outrun a grown was Andy Harmon who second homers of the day, Green the
unable to make th \'ent the game I above that explained the loss
Green at or Sibley
Hasty Green slow pitch went 4-4 with one home run. while Sheffield hit one to players were sponsor of a double-
number. that the players
magic saying elimination Invitational
Softball club had to settle for Danny McKinny had three
complement his 4-4 at-bat tired" after playing
"pretty Softball tournament beginningthis
the hits out of four after batting
seventh place in schedule.. The
record. hectic
Tallahassee Invitational 1.000 with three hits in the first such a in Friday at 7 p.m. Twelve
against Thompson. The end of the day broughtbad five ball games were played teams are expected to play in
Softball Tournament game
Sheffield's overall batting luck as the Hasty Green a space of six hours, with the the 24 game event lasting
Fndj June 18.
LARGE CHOICE > average came to .563 at the men were handed a 210 tournament running from 11 throughout the weekend.Misfits .
Hasty Green won three and Hasty With a Green final score beat of Alcoa 17-13, end of the tournament, and shutout in their last game am, to 12:30 p.m., and again

lost two at the 32 team Roofing in its third game of

PLANTSAZALEAS first hands tournament shutout of in They a the decade took Mobile at their the, finished the day.the game Four with players two Preserve Men's League Lead 1

hits out of three Including
$539 Alabama based SouthernFasteners
Wesley Sheffield Billy of the five
effort with two
final of the Gator
wit but with
a core tallied two runs raising game
Sanford, Terry Knowles and The Starke Misfits pre- boys their team hits
LIGUSTRUM $499 210. Bill Ratliff. Knowles joined served their winning streak in their total to nine, but could team out-hitting. Outlaw In the second game the
According to manager Lane player Arnet Lee in scoring a Men's Open Softball League not put together a winning opponents 11-8 Jimmy Hallmark had Senior Boys led Brooker 9-0 in
Sibl y. the loss came at the home run during the Friday play by defeating the Senior effort. Thegameendedina 16- and teammate Brooker and the fourth inning of that
VIBERNUM $499 end of a grueling schedule of afternoon gamE.. Boys June 16 and Badcock 9 victory for the Misfits\ two hits each for hitters for the contest following a se\en-run
five games in rune hours with Furniture June 21. The winning team had 20 the leading Williams, scoring spree in the bottom ol
JUNIPER $499 $499 ony one rest break during the Billy Sanford. who finishedthe After trailing the Senior hits two of them home runs by Gators were Bobby, and W. the fourth. Brooker pulledoff
ILEX Sharone Ganey
day tournament with an boys 7-51n the second inning of Tommy Wise. Randall Tho- hits also. the win w ith a final he ore of
overall 714 batting average, the June 16 game, the Misfits mas also rounded the bases on O'Neal with two 15-12.
$399 $499 Lewis the rallied during the next inningto a homer, and was a leading
ROSES -SINENSIS After beating went5-5 at the plate during The Misfits 19th consecutivewin Schedule for upcoming
f. : Thompson 7-4 in the first last two games.Three of those tie the score. hitter for the Misfits going 3- at the of games: June 237311.: Dl'\Tick i
game Hasty Green lost 9.8 to hits, with Sanford's two home for-5 at the plate. Lloyd Gilpinwas came Furniture expense 14.3 \s Gators; 8U.: :MiMits \'S
Badcock in a
I STOP PESTS the Artists of American Inns runs, helped Hasty Green During the next two innings the other leading hitter, Brooker. June 28.7:W Gators.
finish with a nine-run scoring
\ of Panama City. The Panama breeze by the Tallahassee they widened their lead by also 3for5. \s Btidux.li 8U.: Uevnik
in the fifth Inning.
A Easily With City team went on to win the based Pope Plumbing Softball nine runs to finish Misfit scoring Brooker downed the Gators drive Badcotk Senior Boys.
Dale Haas led the
for the night. The Senior 16-5 the second June 16
tournament by the days end. team 14 4 in the fourth game. in

Genuine\The '\ I t=:JI\ FOGGER Chamber, Gem Jewelry Both 2-1 Going: Into Final Weeks Of DYB Play I

\ Ki'I It Fleas' Other : this Chamber Elks: i i.; no ticm;
WEED EATER I F, _.i i He j:ehoidJ.J87, The Chamber of Commerceand of the fifth inning. and held the the fourth inning with two by hitting another two-run Gem Jewelry with took 5.3 the score win over Jewelry (;Guaranl rtdot.il
EDGEn-MoWEI\ """, Gem; Jewelry baseball Elks to one run in their final runs-batted In. home run tying the score 8-8. time *.a June 2..5:111.:: ) elks: \s! SIIH-I( '
kZL will into the last two atbat, closing the game with a Held scoreless for the Both teams scored runs in the Super "D ) (.iiiaiann,
6 OzrV'Rsg teams go hitters were Ricky "D'. June 2\:10.: :)::
"D" Leading
Fast & Easy but
1 two innings the ninth inning Super
of the Dixie Youth 10-4 win. remaining .lowilix
;:."- 229 winks with three hits for Federals ( t'ni .
Trimming lost took the two more Sullivan
I B.ucball. program with In the second game of Chamber of Commerce win plating fha I1Iht'I'i
14 Oz $Q57.Reg the "D" gained runs in the 10-9 victory Gem Jewelry, and Daryl 7:1111:( ), folks: \s
Its Amazing J identical 2-1 records in Starke league play, sponsored by the game as Super Thornton with two for Super Standings: Ch.imlu't "ICommerce
449 Recreation l Department Starke Recreation three more runs to take a 7-5 and (!t'in .!*'wi-)li'\
_ _ Chamber of The second game in the D'. "
sponsored play. Department, \ictory :21 Super "I 1> :J!-:J! I':lIi-
Commerce downed Super "0" Leading hitters on the two June 21 double header was the rdn
4th of JULY SPECIAL In the first gamp of a 7-5. teams were Rowdy Waters regularly scheduled match Schedule for upcoming. Lodge alllllUilrlIlt; >
V double.header on Friday, and Brian Williams with two between the same two teams. D.Y.B. games: June 23 4:30. 1 1-2.
June117. Gem; Jewelry downed Super "D" scored first in hits each for Super "D", and
'\ And Well Take Any Mower In Trade I Elks: \\II.... starting the game the opening inning, but Buddy Scott Hudson with two hits for ;
Regardless Of Condition with a four.hit. three-run first DiCandio home run in the Chamber of Commerce. Lightning Hits Union HospitalOn
inning bottom of the second inning DiCandio's home run was the
21"TOROi 1'lu' Elks tied the game 3-3 tied the score 1-1. first of the season to be hit out I
In hitting in three runs in the of the park.
next t two innings But they lost Gem Jewelry met with ;
\ -,,i ,' Engineering Iheir advantage in the bottom Both teams scored in the" Super "D" Monday, June 21, Second Day Of Reopeningbeing
,I I i iii>l the third inning as Gem next inning, with Super "D to complete a game that had
Is Yours With This
k'Vi'lr plated lour runs on hitting in one and Chamber of short June 1. l lacilitwere
H"' ,I ) been called struck Tuesday at solved bv leaving the Tuesday to tin1 JMutl:! l )
St" I hiii'( hits to take a 7-3 lead. Commerce plating four.Super which was Lightning mutual
it Rugged TORO The game, General Hospital, blow- patient room doors open to oil I"tIt'l1l| >
(;l'l11 Jl'H'lrthl'n widened "D" players then narrowedthe stopped during a 6.6 tie, endedin centralair to I null l twdavs
allow the building expected slax "
r\\... \I ",, Model 16169 llu'ir lead to \IU:3 in the bottom Chamber's lead to 5-4 in a 10.9 win for Super "D", ing after the the main first fuse patient box just was conditioning system to to.. week dtptmlmu' i 1111
e. -- ---- Scoring began in the seventh cool Dr Jewell the illness Surge' pationt'-"
: -- - - admitted to the newly keep patients !
$13995 with two run homer thi
a admitted later >
: inning said. will be -
J-. .... <\ ,II. ." $ 2 50 by Jimmy Diggs. reopened facility strike Incon- The five persons admitted week Dr. Jewell said
S.I,.,. -' .. rt\.: ** J* "" VV ,, '" Limited Offer : Silver Queen Corn Bu John Riggs of Gem Jewelry venienced The lightning the first five
DttI i I'" matched Diggs performanceAtliU'tfs
: Peas $5 patients which to opened be admitted its doors toUGH to Madison St ."t>('t.In ( 1st 1 Hnlisi l \\in

BU t bed patients for the first timein .
the June 18 :Men Church Three ,pli, >l'rt I loi. I tin I I' u.-'
While They LastCANTELOUPES almost two years.
HAHN RIDERS S44995 AIU-ml Dr. ML (Buck) Jewell said Softball I League Baptist loam .i.ipixi1. thi.it ,
the switch panel went doublt'hl'adl'r.1.ldlttJn: Street hits intituling, I hi i i:''i''
26 & 30' Cut 5 To 10 H.P UpLORIDA : 3/'l00 FCOUrl"n"IWC: : out mam Dr. Jewell said he defeated I'resbjtc-iian \109 in 1'1'1'\111.1".k: Miliu.. iI i iDiiw I ,'
switched on the air condi- the first game I Uarrv
.. Bobby Smith and Chuck tioner for the room of the first Eddie Blalock Kmmelt:
$ OKRA & OTHER VEGETABLES ,p Register, two Bradford High patient and the wiring beganto Akiidgi. Gary. (J'Stt't'n and
; I School athletes will attenda smoke. Estimates of dam- Bill Abrams all had t two hits I41II'1)oI11it11I1h1 C; utUI'

:.' EST GARDEN CEHTEJ R BY THE BUSHELWainwriqht Fellowship of Christian Ath- age were not completed but each, accounting for eight of
letes Sports Conference at could range into the thousandsif the t"'le101dlson: Street
y f OHTROL 539 E. Call St. Black Mountain, North Carolina wiring throughout the hits, Leading hitter forI'resbjterian ) .
on June 14. hospital is damaged was Slew art
Xj,. / Call 964-5745 I Farm I II The fI<'e-dav program will The damaged panel con- Duncan with throe hits

l-lomeOtlice, Gainesville Fla Est 1949 Also In Ocala include coaches clinics, workouts trolled the individual air conditioning In the second game First t Softball ria\

I River & Palatka Lake Cit, > Starke Jacksonville I On Road 16 and competition in a units for patient Baptist tallied 17Ht/ ,. to
Crystal I Of Starke
2 Mi. E 'P of rooms. The cooling problem is trtiunte Morgan: Koad :.III! :< ,. ,,
variety spurts
1st Auqiistme' Tallahassee P (.(iinn! mtu I tin i 111I.11 I K i
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plav V thtM.iiKt' I l.;" i M ii 1,41'
\) 'parlmt'iit I -t"''"4-1': ''
\\ 'n's opt'"n -,''I,in I ,.,II
STARKE mill mm '' >t
3 Days Only l.t'igtn'liimin.ilfd /IA tin < ,,:'iin. ''t It -
TIll' lialllnlIl': XUINII i I' t .I"i-
HOTEL-MOTEL QUALITY HOLIDAY INN null'l.issod thc Kitiiiki' I it "II,
HOLIDAY INN in a loo) (I shutiiul (.Mini.. '"i Ill i'
liviinninKs! mi VI I "mi :
leading, IlIlh'.., l.n. ''I"
THURS FRI. & SAT. U.S. 301 N. datorittesM, 'u' < <

I lluiulun.iml, I MOII.I l s.ipp' V ,Ih
10-7 twtihitstach I.t...iilimlnlt) <"i-
in I ho KiiHikti'' Unit i i Ii
The spccNtl prices l (\>ed in this BEDDING SELLOUT' 1'I..nhlIth. l lwt> /hits ..nul'I I I..i
I'nwtll with I IVMI -i.i ii't'I 111'|'
ssibl beeimst
srlt-out wnrp mix1* p+ '
'V doubles'
bought tremendous quantities atsul "
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In Iho "'I'I'u",1 i I h ill
st.>ntr.>l ifiscountv
June I I 17; IIlIulIll'I\I',nli II i II
BEDDING All NEW BEDDING I Indopoiulant I \l i I u II.. III',
whippttl thfStuinpniiiki t 'is I M
1 Johnson ltd I lilt- :\11'1'1'11..111-
at tht' pl.lh'Ith |-\vo (MSIInl, -
I IV am) :Marv' ,\11111'1111111I11/111 I / I iw "
loi the StumpiNnki..

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The Starke '. ionDepartment's
summer |program '
: iw
: .. fW kept children, bus>' last
: UUSnUTCNMUFULL week with events ranging
S ,
-I, from bubble blow ing conteststo
I archery tournamentsJune
I 18 was Special Kvcnts
---i i : o. SUPER lay for children at the I'r FRAMES [ Street Center. and was highlighted
ji' by the bubble.blowing t
AVAILABLE I contest Divided 1 into five age

4WAYSTOBUYI7 blowers were Trov Coltrane,
se\'en-year.old'. :Maria

THE BEDDING( OFFERED IN THIS CASH CHECK Brown Reddish, and eight>John ear-old.David'Francis Brad!

SALE IS NOT TO BE CONFUSED SIZE r nine-year-old, TucUt
l-nirr-rj" _
QUEEN SIZE Denton, lV->ear-old and

SALE HOURS children participated in
INN INC. WHERE THE SALE IS or FOUNDATION : an archery tournament Tuesday

BEING CONDUCTED or'FOUNDATION $19go0 Again divided into age
312 COILS 3 I groups the best archers!
were: Cory. Frounfelter 10IlVearold. \-
> Junior Schoening.U ,
OF -14; andCary Frounfeller 7.


"jj-v _ _ The Di"le. Classic-

HAND FOR SPECIAL ORDERS- 't5( Bringyourcartrudortniler.W.WHY Championship Rodeo billedas
to 7:00: P.M.1UNE242526 Florida "Biggest Indoor
NOT BUY DIRECT FROM will load and secure yur plrchSi. Rodeo" will be held in the

Free rope no chares far Jacksonville ColisE.'u'mugust

loa inl, Delivery auiIbIe.If. The rodeo is sanctioned by
q 1 MANUFACTURING CO. the Rodeo Cowboys Association -
and will feature bare-
back riding, calf roping steer
STARKE wrestling, bull riding and
; saddle bronc riding There

.i HOLIDAY: INN ii HOLIDAY INN l evening will be two performances afternoon and of two thr

U. S. 301 N. Jacksonville eventI'ajtt' Jaycees sponsored -

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I "/o .Prizes Awarded 148 Entries In Second Needlework Show Here I

There were 148 entries in the .. _1 .-
second annual NeedleworkShow picture; John R. Smith, r JlioIr.I ..oJ;!;.I:. lr., .T. Keystone Heights, latch hook Cotella Bevis, Gainesville,
sponsored by the Magic Jacksonville, latch hook rug; ",f "" :, .. .. rug; Mrs. Becky Jones, needlepoint picture; Mrs. S.R.
Needle, owned and Mrs. Carol Troupin ," ',.. .. .. .' . Starke. Bicentennial quilt; McLean, Keystone Heights,
operatedby .'
Gainesville, latch hook wadhanging 'o.. .. . Mrs Jeanne Jordan, needlepoint picture Mrs
Mrs. A.J. .
Barry, with .
total of 76 prizes awarded. a ; Mrs. Annina .. .. .. .. .. .. ""I y.j: Gainesville, Christmas Joyce Hunter, Gainesville,
Collingsworth Orange Park, ,'o.. ,.t"f l .. .. stocking. needlepoint tote bag; Mrs.
Mrs. W.A. Davis of )"o/'r1' .... 1
Orange latch hook pillow; Mrs. Eula Q .. ""! /! ,,, .,, ir Elizabeth Watkins
Park the .
won .
sweepstakes fI' .
v .r
prize of the needlework show K. Ray, Gainesville, it. .: .. '; .. . HONORABLE! : MENTIONMrs. Hawthorne, rug; Mrs. Norma
with a needlework projectionof needlepoint pillow; Mrs. .. .. .. .' .. Betty Kerr, Palatka, Jean Adams, Starke,
a painted canvas, shown at Barbara Pressler ,. . .. needlepoint pillow; Jan needlepoint picture; Mrs.
top center of the Gainesville, needlepointpurse 't . Norman, Lake Butler, Lucille Payne Starke
accompanying photo above. ; Mrs. Tom Ferguson, needlepoint pillow; Mrs. needlepoint picture.
The Gainesville tablecloth; Mrs. Shirley Bruneau, Miami, Special honorable mention
prize was Martha Byrnes, Starke needlepoint picture; Mrs. awards went to Mrs. Tina
by a vote of
participants in; the show. Christmas stocking; Cheryl l Frances Frey Gainesville Baldwin, Starke needlepointdoor
Door Godwin, Lake Butler, needlepoint picture; Dr. Mary stop; Kevin Johns,
Mrs. Clyde were won by embroidered picture; Mrs. Sheckles, Gainesville, jewel Starke, wall hanging; Cathy
Jacksonville Collingsworth and Mrs. J.1I.of Thelma Townsend tir xyrn! !' wr box top; Mrs. John Malone, Breedlove, Keystone Heights,
Moseley of Starke. Gainesville knitted dress; :: .rv Orange Park embroidered crewel picture, and Mrs. F.H.
Prize winners Mrs. Robert Cahill, picture; Mrs. Elizabeth Cramer. Starke. needlepointchair.
by place Gainesville, knitted afghan; Watkins Hawthorne, wall .
were: Mrs. Anna Felos. Starke hanging; Mrs. Harriet First place prize winners

KIKSTPI.ACKCharyl crocheted l dress; Mrs. Nettie Fostervold, Gainesville, received $5 second $3 and
Godwin Wynn, Starke quilt; Mrs. crewel picture set; Mrs. third $2.
Lake Anna Kclos, Starke
Butler Louella Crawford ,
needlepoint picture
Mrs. Beth Stith, Cilra;, needlepoint chair. Gainesville bell pull; Mrs.
needlepoint Pat Hines, Orange Park, Stamp pads TIIK OKKICKSIIOI' ;
picture; Mrs.
JUNIOR DIVISION I'll. needlepoint pillow; Mrs
Earl Powers, the sweepstakes
Special prizes awarded l in
winner from Gainesville
the Junior Division went to A
needlepoint picture; Mrs. Palmer Brown, Starke, 1 I i, rti
Linda W. Johns Starke, watchband Chris y CENTRAL
wall needlepoint ; HEAT & AIR
needlepoint hanging; Felos, Starke, needlepoint
Mrs. Karl: Powers
picture; Gil Brown, Starke,

Gainesville bell; Mrs needlework Marie Siemer pull quickpoint picture. Let us explain our energy

Starke needlepoint pull bell; SKCONDPIUZK; :.;
Mrs. Marie Siemer, Starke, Mrs. .'
.11. Dramcr. Starke,
needlepoint pillows; !Mrs. needlepoint chair; Mrs. Sue saving system
Patricia Gilbert Gainesville
Hobday, Gainesville,
needlepoint pillows; Mrs. needlepoint picture; Mrs
Marty Kadford Gainesville Lola Nelson, Keystone
crewel picture; Dr. Mary COMPLETELY
Heights, needlepoint picture;
Shcckles, Gainesville crewel Karen Nye, Orange Park,

needlepoint wall hanging;

Mrs. C.J. Mathews, Palatka, _...._
SPECIAL needlepoint bell pull; Cheryl *,mti&m& :; INSTALLED

Pickup Truck Owners Godwin, Lake Butler
needlepoint pillow. Mrs ","
Bring Your Truck Clyde Collinsworth, .

Seats In And Have Jacksonville needlepoint llrs.J.. Barry, left and daughter Adrienne. think the tom Is by Mrs. Earl Powers of Gainesville.The ,.

Them Recovered (pillow;Gainesville; Mrs. Betty needlepoint Hurley, miniature needlepoint chair done by !Mrs Tina Baldwin of clowns at left were done by Cheryl Godwin of Lake Butler. $1490(2TON
Starke was one of the cutest entries In the show.
The quail Just below at left
CHOICE OF COLORSIN pillow. Mrs Earl Powers, were by Sue Hobday of Gainesville.The .
The sweepstakes prize, voted by participants, is at center
Gainesville, crewel picture prints at right, shown partially are from the top by Mrs
STOCK Mrs Clyde Collinsworth;, above. The painted scene was done by Mrs. W.A. Davis of Lenore Main of Gainesville. Dr. Mary Sheckles of Gainesville,
Limited Orange Park. The floral print needlework picture at center bot- and !Mrs. Earl Powers of Gainesville.
Jacksonville latch hook
$9000 ; rug; ( SYSTEM)
Time Only O Tax Kevin Johns Starke. latch
hook wall hanging; Mrs Watkins, Hampton crocheted Thelma I Townsend Fostervold, Gainesville, picture; Mrs. Lenore Main, ,
Rogers Upholstery Barbara Pressler, Gainesvillelatch linen tablecloth; Mrs. Gainesville, knitted sweater; crocheted beach coat; Mrs. Gainesville, knitted sweater; plus any necessary
301 N. hook pillow; Elizabeth Rebecca Jones Starke, Mrs Harry Workman, Starke. Jeanne Breedlove, Keystone Mrs. Thelma Townsend, electrical work
embroidered picture; Mrs. quilt; Mrs. Harriet Heights, crewel picture; Mrs. Gainesville, needlepoint
M.L. Stevens. Gainesville, pillow; Mrs. S.R. McLean,
Christmas stocking. Keystone Heights, crewel
Announcing 20% Two Starke picture; Mrs. Lucille Payne,
Rafts TIIIRD PRIZE Starke, needlepoint pillow; SAVE $$ ON

The Great OFF Mrs. S.R. McLean, Mrs.Jayne Mendenhall,Stone
Keystone Heights needlepoint Mountain Ga., needlepoint
Daily RatesFor Win Ribbons In picture; Mrs. Mae Miller, pillow; Mrs. Lenore Main, YOUR ELECTRIC
Rollback! Starke, needlepoint picture; Gainesville, embroidered
Mrs. Celia Simpson picture; Mrs. Mary Fagan, BILL
the summer, were Call our toll free number, Jacksonville, needlepoint bell Gainesville crocheted shawl;

rolling back our prices on or write for information on River Raft RaceThe pull; Mrs. Millie Bishop, Chris Felos Starke, latch Carrier new "SUPER IIIIIIIIIIIII N
our luxurious 150 rooms the great rollback. Our Hawthorne, needlepoint bell hook pillow; Stuart Cohen E" unit it now al eavailable. l II I illlhllll@i "Alt
and efficiencies to what brochure will give you all and pull; Joyce Woodhouse, Gainesville, latch hook wall Demand
fourteenth annual Boy division. The "Slow to
we charged in 1974.That's of the details. Your 1976 Scout Halt Race concluded at Easy" craft manned by John Keystone Heights, crewel hanging; Mrs. Agnes Hanks efficiency comparisons II

20% lower than vacation is waiting for you Manatee Springs on theSuuannee Cooper Matthew Box Mark before buy. II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiiiiNIIIIIUIl
our present rates. It's now. Two pools, great River last Saturday Bos Freddie Stephens T.J. Carrier beat yew them all
our way of introducing dining entertainment, golf morning, with more than 400 Carver and adult leader
you to one of Central and tennis packages, Scouts-lhe largest number Warren Ebling, placed first in Mama Louisa's up to 70% depending
Florida's finest oceanfront Color TV, and Oceanview ever-participating in this the heavy craft division. on the brand.
event "The Rat Hole" manned by >
resort hotels. balconies. -* -.
When the races first beganin Kev in' !Miller, Donald Gissy I
Present this ad for a free gift and your 20% discount 19(12.!( entrants would race Benny Leziak, Mike Lawson, Restaurant
djy and night with the first !Mike Whiffen. and Todd
O airill raft reaching Manatee Samons with Dr. D.W For The Best In Home Cooking
BEACH LODGE declared' the winner. Since Whiffen as adult leader, won
On New Smyrna Beach, Central FloridaRESERVATIONSINFORMATION (hen the outing has evolved the pontoon and canoe
into a six-day camping trip, division.
with designated stops alongthe "The Mean Machine" Home Cooked Lunch AIR CONDITION SERVICEALL

way. manned by Roland Randolph
Starke's Troop 70 first Larry Saucer David Vickery. SPECIALS Only 15O BRANDS AND MAKES OF AIR
II 4L1 participated in the event Karr Padgett, Timothy
II MYa1 about ten years ago with one Station and Dirk Schmidt, CONDITION SYSTEMS SERVICED
'orrr n MiYr
1 : raft entered. Twenty-eight with John Schmidt as adult Fresh Perch Fri. Evenings 5225 PROMPTLY AND ECONOMICAL.SAWYER .
Scouts ten adults, and four leader, were the youngest
rafts from Troop 70 were Scouts on the river. "The All SUNDAY NOON SPECIALS S275
CALL TOLL FREE involved l in this year's outing. American": raft, with Greg
8005281234Or Two of the troop's rafts won Jackson Frank Coss, Kevin Call Ahead For Take Out Orders

write 1600 S Atlantic Ave New Smyrna Beach Fla. 32069 first place ribbons for havingthe Randolph Kenny Stephens,
Hotel phone 904-427-3452 i lastest times in their Terry !Martin, and Warren 1

Ebling adult leader, were t' : .
noted for their fine spaghetti A FREE fl TO EVERYONE Air

suMMER i suppers.Other adult adults leaders participatingas this year SMIt1900N.TempleAve 332 W. Madison StarkePh.

suPER were Dr. Bob Mullins, Donald Ph 964-6784 967T01
Martin Tom Grant John
Miller and Bill Wall.

r ONE DAY SALE 10AM-2PM I the Providing river transportation were Freddie to

Stephens, Henry Lawson,

SAVE J29995 10% OFF and Joe Gissy.Cooper. t


299" VALUE rs r PsychiatricExamination HELD AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS:


13 OR 16 HP GARDEN TRACTOR Supervisor of Elections Office Monday thru Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

PURCHASE Psychiatric evaluationshave
Court been Judge ordered R.A.by Circuit Dixie Store . 9 am 12 NOON Bank at Starke . 9 am 12 NOON
"Buzzy"Green Hampton City Hall 9am-12 NOON a 7.9
Toro quality engineering is Hahn LTD-SOa. SALE before sentencing of JUNE 2S- FRIDAY Lawtey City Hall . . . . 1 pm -3 pm pm
\oursmtlllsruggell, LonnieCooper, 40,who pled no Fla. Bank at Starke am-12 NOON 4 4-4pm
't 8HP 30" 'RIDER contest to performing a lewd Lawtey City Hall I 1pm-3pm JULY 13-TUESDAY
sclf-propelleil) \; mower at anew '* and lascivious act and in Community Bank, Starke . . 'am. 12 NOON
599 upon JUNE SATURDAY Lawtey City Hall . . . . 1
low price. Visit us now 3 ONLY the presence of a child. Brooker City Hall . 9am -12 NOON pm -3pm

\\liilesupplieslast.SAVE Cooper was arrested April 9 JUNE 28MONDAYFla. Food Fair Store JULY. WEDNESDAY. . . 9 am 12 NOON
Bank at Starke 'am 12 NOON
SAVE $160 at his home with an 11-year- Hampton City Hall . . 9 am -12 NOON
Hampton City Hall Vam-12 NOON -7-'pm . . . .
old girl after her brother Lawtey City Hall lpm3pmJULY
+ Lawtey City Hall . . 1 pm -3pm
Reg alerted police. Cooper was THURSDAY
( t (79993SELFPROPELLED originally charged with sexual JUNE '-TUESDAY Winn Dixie Store . . 9 am 12 NOON
j.ty" 50 for The Apartments, Reno 9 am 12 NOONLawtey
\ battery upon a minor . JULY U- FRIDAY
.... City Hall 1 pm -3pm
\ ,, \ ) which he could receive the Fla. Bank at Starke . 9am-12 NOON a 4-6 pm
.s' death sentence if convicted. JUNE 30-WEDNESDAY Lawtey City Hall . . . . 1pm3pmJULY
'''I. "Gt nwu He was re-arrested May 12 Plggly' Wiggly Store 9 am -12 NOON
II"?.. ""'w.. ""10.,"?, NeerI.m bond Hampton City Hall 9 am 12 NOON SATURDAY
recovation of by
lnl" 1I.h', GtcherOpoon.t upon Brooker City Hall . . .
Judge Green and pled no con- Lawtey City Hall . . 1 pm -3 pmJULY 9 am 12 NOON
test to the lesser charge of THURSDAY JULY 19-MONDAY
5 ONLY AT THIS PRICE MODEL IHS-130 lewd and lascivious actions Winn Dixie Store . . 9am-12 NOON Fla. Bank at Stark . . . 'am 12 NOON
during a court appearanceJune Hampton City Hall . 9am-12 NOON a 7-'pm
JUlY2-FRIDAY Lawtey City Hall . . . .
COME MEET WVOJ 10.Cooper. lpm-3pm
,12995 DJ Fla. Bank at Stark . 9am-12 NOON 4-tpm
Lawtey City Hall . . . 1 pm .3 pm JULY20-TUESDAY
Model 16268 MIKE CARTASat. will be sentenced Community Bank Stark . . 'am 12 NOON
SAVE 50 June-28 Middle Bradford JULY4-TUESDAY Lawtey City Hall. . . . 1 pm 3pm
burg only August 20 when The Apartments, Reno . . 9 am.12 NOON
15995 Giving away While quantities last County circuit court resumes. Lawtey City Hall . .. . 1 pm.3pm JULY 21WEDNESDAYFood
MODEL 16169 Other trials at t the time will JULY WEDNESDAY Fair Store . . . . 9 am. 12 NOON
5 ONLY Record albums T-Shirts Include jury trial of Vivian Piggly Wiggly Store 9am-12 NOON Hampton City Hall . . . 'am -12 NOON

SALES PRICES GOOD AT BOTH LOCATIONSAL'S and other surprizes Delores Burch. charged with Hampton City Hall . 9 am 12 NOON Lawtey City Hall . . . . 1 pm- 3pm
resisting arrest with >iolence Lawtey City Hall . . . 1 pm -3pm JULY THURSDAY
w puIdLorkl'ofoprc. you'U MIDDLEBURG Betty Louise Holley, chargedwith and JULYS-THURSDAY Winn Dixie Store . . . ? 9 am -12 NOON

Location Only aggravated assault and Winn Dixie Store . . 'am. 12 NOON JULY23 FRIDAY
shooting into a dwelling Fla. Bank at Stark . . .
with JULY9- FRIDAY 9am-12 NOON A 4-4 pm
SMALL ENGINE, lowiW FREEREFRESHMENTS grand James larceny.O'Steen. charged Fla. Bank at Stark . 9am-12 NOON 4-6 pm Lawtey City Hall . . . . . . 1 pm.3 pm

SALE -SERVICE -RENTALS Lawtey City Hall . . . . 1 pm .3pm JULY SATURDAY
"',a the ,,,,,';,.rlJj.r the tale that countt" FREE additionswill JULY SATURDAY Winn Dixie Store .j.., .. ... .. '.m.12 NOON
Further docket
be set 6. Brooker City Hall . . . . 9am .12 NOON Brooktr City Hall ..... .. .... ........ 9am.12NOON
2495 BLANDING BLVD. (HWY 21)) MIDDLEBURG 282.5716 OEMONSTRA1_ IONS when Judge Tuesday Green will, July hear ElectionsOHIcCourthouse .t. ....... .. .. 9am.5pm

320 N TEMPLE ST. (HWY 301) STARKE 964.5826 BY FACTORY HtPS. pleas and motions.

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1976 _n_ .. --_) Iltt)1f .M rCMC()IIIIIQIM I lCf 121 1i,71..

Green Machine Wins 32TeamSoftball I LsPoitS :

Invitational TourneyGreen

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Machine men's slow games to finish the tournament came in the bottom of the sev- Starke team had 25 hits,with 4. his damaging performance in
pitch Softball team overcame with a 7-1 record. enth inning with GM men on hits out of five tries by Eddie the semi-final match. But that
the defense problems that A member of the GM team, second and third base and one Douglas, Randall Symonds defensive manuever was in
plagues its performance in Kenny Carlton, capped the out remaining. Terry Hardee and Carlton. vain and the Green Machine
Savannah earlier this month team triumph by winning the clinched the game with his Carlton assisted in the 23-15 came home with the trophy.
and won the Lakeland Invitational tourney home run trophy with base hit which sent the victory by knocking in nine GM has three tournamentsleft 0 it (Syaff arifl fatfe Kjlat[
Softball Tournament 10 round trippers. The GM winning run across the plate RBI's and hitting four home before the state playoffs ,,
held June 1820. total was 41 home runs in eight"Everyone The solitary loss to Adair runs. beginning with one in Starke
did a super job: games. Landscaping in the fifth game The Starke team had to play this weekend, and Hatcher is N. E. FLORIDA'S
it was a super team effort. We GM's: most impressive victory resulted from a seventh inning Adair once more because of optimistic about his team's COME VISIT
were able to hit and play good was over Red Carpet Inn, lapse by GM The Green the double-elimination competition performance.
defense and we haven't been rated fourth in the nation in Machine was knocked into the There were no Hatcher said, "We've madea LARGEST WESTERN STORE!
able to do that before," couch the Class A division. That 14- losers bracket when Adair worries for GM; they scored few changes;( here and there
Harry Hatcher said of the 10 showing saw Bill Kelton go sent in six runs during that 23 runs again but limited which have strengthened our
inning, making the final score Adair to 11. infield" referring to the sudden Everything Western....AII// Under One Roof I
Carl-1on: 72. With a total of 26 hits and the defensive surge which

row before losing to the club hitting 3-for-4. By that time, officials were final game, Randall Symondsleft enabled GM to bring home the WESTERN WEAR
that they would eventually The Machine barely slid considering cancelling the the plate with 5-for-6 and title Sunday night. RIDING| | EQUIPMENT
play again in the championship past City Radiator of Tampa tournament due to rain, which Terry Hardee and Bobby Stevens Eight of ten starters on the Men's Ladies l Children
game Sunday night. They in the fourth game with a would have left GM in third both had 4for5. GM squad had batting ave- ANIMAL HEALTH oanld TACltranda!
then won their last three score of 1413.The winning run place. But it was allowed to Hatcher said that Adair rages above.500,and the combined y
purposely walked Carlton four team average was .544
continue, and they went on to
their sixth times in the last game after with 41 home runs. PRODUCTSby
play game against BOOTS BELTS
Stuart National Bank of Leading Manufacturers ,

The Starke team moved Many Leading Brands
closer to the tourney trophy by JET SEAL Ammunition
beating Stuart 2311. Stuart MAKES OLD ASPHALT LOOK LIKE NEW We accept

was state and regional MASTER CHARGE
Protect Your
champion last year but last 249 WESTERN BANKAMERICARDBLANDING
weekend's win made the GAS LEAKAGE DIESEL FUEL
fourth win for GM out of five FOR ONLY 40 CENTS PER SQUARE YARD 264-3838
meetings between the two
teams this year. All Work GuaranteedFREE BLVD. WRLD? Open Fri.; nite
"We were hot. We were in (StateRd.21))
till 1
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In the tournament's semifinal r
Phone 964-7813 I I
game between the Green
Machine and Adair. the
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sponsors _ _rood a.pN_ro.ata_ _ucw..a_ roo a.o..1w_w 1._
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,the II BUS Youth in September Tour trip ,by earned submitting T1CNMCO1OII PlusBloodsuckers LIBBY Crispie Fries 69e i j G Gulf Oil 30 W 3/s1/ 0'

Clay Klettnc's: a: winning annual essay essay in DEEP BROWN Steak*Cut iinnil Potatoes 3/M/ 1 "" Disposable Lighter 66t 32oz

contest early this year She
will go to Atlanta next February BOTTLE
with the other board Sun Mon Tues pri ., ealttas0 sa'MIGHTY
members to attend the
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membcrswill provide input on rites
future youth activities sponsored Crisco "y'
by the :NKKCA They 14oz 4/l {z. $119 umm i Shortening MI M S14
will also MTV as youth representatives -:
of the rural electric CANS '0011I0 Jif Peanut Butter $1"1 UH

programs'I he seven board memberswere = :s '
chosen from approximately it Isn't alwaysan 1
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states, and they will serve on invitation to a kiss. ;)} (

the board for one year Plus LAY'S"!I
Clay Electric Cooperative i II I
General :Manager E T Martin i! I I Potato
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said oflIsl1: Christopher's I 1 1 I i I
selection board member. I 10oz I
as a
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1 4: TELEGRAPH PagesKeith

,I I I\.irker Of Green Cove Springs; Takes Second Golf-Aro und Win Co. D Earns High Rating

Keith lUrker of Gree\\ Cove tral Florida 'I
Junior PGA Golf win in the 16-17 division and Rock Hutchings Green credit. He
stroked a two.J4det. Around. straight Logsdon Keystone Heights 21 point wins to his
Springs 70 fll' the low round <4t< the Playing at Starke with rounds of 33-37. was one stroke back with a 76 Cove Springs each stroking carded 383573 for the day. On Annual Duty Tour
par Golf{ and
J In the second w 1t of Country Club Eddie Bravo of Gainesville to take third place, 79.In Russell Greek Keystone, was
claY competition of the NorUJ en-; 21, Kirker nabbed Monday, June carded a 75 for a second place Tying for fourth spot was the 14-15 group Billy awarded 20 points for second -
his second win In this division Mike Donnie Singleton,. Keystone Tuten, Palatka..now has two low score shooting an 83.
.. The local National Guard for the
.. A .- high rating given us at
unit commanded "
Mark Blakewood Pal atka. Capt camp.
0NaOUTUr 475-3775 and Mark Tuttle Green Cove Robert L, Kelly received the The unit was evaluated by
John Crpyvn sA1O3ILENOm each shot 84 for a fourth place highest possible rating while two Army officers assigned to
tie worth 19 points. at annual training last April It during the two week stay
CENTER n GOSH David Brown of Keystone Is 24-May 8. Recent unit promotions
py/ DIY THEY PVT the current leader in the 12-13 "It is possible to receive the were: Dale A, Clemons
A DAR c division. Brown recorded a 78 highest rating only through Robbie L. Bines, and Edwin I..
KEYSTONE 9,R1-t7RIDA HOUSE for his second win of the hard work and dedication by Sanders to Specialist-5: Eddie
%lllp N / TRAILER NEXT tournament. Robert Burns of many, many members of the L, Dean David K. Griffis,
uONh n f.' ypJ DOOR Quail Heights carded an 92 for unit," Capt. Kelly said Johnnie 11. Nichols Reginald
second spot and Joey Herres, His unit, Company D (tMain. L. Green William I D. Itae.feker. .
Starke, came in with an 83 for tenance) 53d Spt Bn. did just David 1\1. McMillan,
third place that as it repaired more than Dewey W. Fowler, Jr.
100 Army vehicles radios, Michael E, Sutton, ILL,
weapons and other equipment Faulkner, n.l. Perry, Steve
In the 10-11 group, Richard during the annual training Weissinger and Larry Williamson -
O'Donoghue, Keystone shot a period."It to Private First
nine hole round total of 60 to makes me proud to be Class.
remain in first place. Bobby the Unit Commander of such a Laterally appointed to Scr
Jett, Keystone was second fine unit with so many outstanding geant from Spt'cialist5t're
with 64 and Jason Morris personnel" Capt. Willis e. Broughton, Jr.
carded 67 for third. Kelly continued, "I 1 wish I Irving W. Browning, Uro\\ard
Saen Pacetti, Palatka could mention them all by Capps, Earnest: D. ('arllon,
: / ., ./ wuN 4 fwr totaled 60 strokes in the 8-9 name. They did an outstanding Robert U;. (wrists: and Jackie
,V? M 14jl division for lace and job and deserve the credit J. Damlil'r.
., -- Andy llirko, heights .
second with - - - - -
/ r/ was 67. ---g---------------.
h.. .. In the girls competition
Danielle Heed, Keystone.
stroked 46 for first spot in the

12 Wide Mobile Home With Monthly Payments Under H-15 group., was second Kathy with Metz 58.Keystone trW LL I!tUtL: !;

4 $1 0000 Down Payments As Small As 10% DOWN stroked Sharon 117 Brown for 18 holes Keystone for a u:; Lt ttt'lWtt:

Per Mo. win in the 12-3 group. Luana
Mundorff Starke, had 129 and '
received a second place win. Ir by Neil Crawford

On Tuesday July 6, the tour
Ask John About TheWhich moves to Green Cove Springs .
Golf and Country Club. The
Includes Television Stereo Fully Furnished following week, Monday July Rodman Pool was the site of land a bass the first tournament -
12, the fourth round of competition the June tournament In the new boat.
Even Dishes & Linens will take place at Keystone Bassmasters found the We would like to see 100 percent .
Golf and Country Club.
going pretty grassy.
the 20
present at July
By mid-July and August the meeting as \\e will elect officers .
grass should be at its peak In for the new year so plan
Rodman this hot weather to be there.

1et the of Savings '76i causes Earl the Muse grass and to Jeff nourish.Keen Bass Wishes

Spirit were tournament the winners of the June Neil Crawford

Earl sure has fished hard $7 (HN} Purl .
_. ;: -J this year. He dropped to sixth '

place in the May tournament
but bounced right hack to IIrilig! RIeersho
third place after that fine
effort June 12 at nodman.

,*p, @ Earl stays motivated about 14Ik(. (:ily

SUPERMARKETS bass fishing, he sure takes it

serious. Says he is still shooting LAKE ('ITY A purse of
for the No. I spot. Ill' says $7.1"' is expected 10 lure a top
f* CiUllo CiU"!, he realizes he has only one field of late model and hobby
SIZE ., ttlANgT we are pleased to accept tournament left but will give ear drivers to the Speedway\'
ANY _. .
"u.,... .. N w..wr. ..Y wwNr.
e Y.- anNwn.xnNaw- ? it all he's got. Good luck Earl, here Saturd.I\'. Junc 211.
....._":'.::-_ =:-_-_._...._-,.._. FOOD STAMP and congratulations to'ou Starke driver

DOZEN EGGS .nYY'-M...... --.. YMY-.....Mr-YW-. -i..MYp...-....YMII.......>...... fi and Jeff for winning the June AldridgL' and I.awtey Wayne ear-
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--.-r4t.NLYI-nMLa COD P 0 N.c 5 tournament. handler Oral Tanner are
.. ....
N-.Nw.r nn urr 41rImF aY. rnn.arr rMUML Y.nLN YnN..aN LRIYn Lrn.u.n....-....wrNNL U.u .arO1 u onawow_..-.. ,.,. entered in the ravenhich will
rom ObYu
....__.....,_....- ......MIY',0'u c_...,.rNi.LNN rf'M wrw nln'rCW.own. 1\1r. Reese Scott is the include lop drivers in north
r _-._ .....nNSnwoN winner of the June 20th dra\\- central 1'lorida.; Winner of the
LY R...L/IO Ll5Oop.lo,JUN. ;YNU nl .,MINI IS OU* 7rr.N1Mrt./11141. ing. 1I111.lap late model feature
Ill' is the proud w inner of a race will take home $1,51"' in
4I Zebco Cardinal Four Reel and posted prize mom"and
in ;;Ar4'.i4" 's; 1 a 6'2' foot Master Rod along winner uf the 2:>-1..1' hobby feature .
Bar9 ins Meat with a Piano tackle box. wtl receive $:!,ofl. Tolal

Congratulations l\lr. N'ott, purse for 111l' first long distance .
the Bradford Bassmasler rave uf the season in
COMPA.m..LYYY.... COMPARE..K' Inv.pl Club would like to say thanks lake ('Ity is i."II
"' wro
for buying a tick.t' for the Free parking is offered
: r;' Super Discount @ FlsitSticks 2 ::. $149 2 drawing, and we know you w hen gales. open &II :1: p.m.
/YIN NM w n1 t ::
53 .' will sped many enjoyable Warm ups are s1 for :a pm.,
Cream Cheese ... .
( FULL CUT U N11n.tar.Ylw.rrat u19C 70Orange hours fishing with your new lullo"od hv trials ill 0. First
BONELESS BEEF Pork Roll Sausage fishing gear.Bradford. rill''nf the:night w ill begin 11111pm.
3// 98 n' .
Juice wuc .
r _
Meats 2/95C/ u. Bassmastt.'rs
ROU N D Chipped
II".1f '
like extend "thank
kPotROt .. t128 21'frisiiFry" would to a
SAYE ).ou" to all the people that purr Hefding: PrurulII:
chased a ticket for the draw-
;; ..49C le 31www.u -
t .of'W yp u u ing. 11'illelehrateHlion'.Irirthday; <<
w.Nl..u If' w Bradford Bassma.tl'rs! will

American Chel3se.naut.nuwl 98tc 2\' U.S. GOY'T return to lake Kerr for the \
July tourmlmt'nt.
19 1..
"Cornish' ... ..__Game_... Hens a CORN FED The tournament wall begin The Summer Heading Program
: at 6 a m. sharp and end at K of the Bradford County
f'rym o. hg w: a. 19C 20' p.m. Boats will launch at Library will celebrate

...aa..Mlwnl, a,lq l\10rehl'ad Landing-!, America's Bicentennial next
Lamb Roast ..79C 20' COMPARE "::;'.':-::' 'wro' The July tournament will week, June 2S-July 3, with a
Iw "a' end another :season: lor I the birthday party and the ringing
Pwm- Pq 78 21' Grill Franks 2 tl S 1 199 20. Bradford B.I.sma.ll'r! Cluh. At of the bells by the First Baptist -
Meat Franks Na
inn awlu au N! present 1 HI"'. Bryant is I the Church Youth handlx'lI
10' $179 70wn point leader followed by II F. choir.
dressed itWhit 59 Smoked Sausage
f1g a Wiggins. The nation's 20111h birthday
Ina. rn.INt1 Iw Ml 21' will be celebrated Thursday. :.
Ocean Perch fillets .a $119 H' Quarter Oleo 3/89C/ 11 F. is sporting a new 17 July 1. at 10 1\ m. under the
foot Ranger boat Math a 10: magnolia tree m front of the
liP Mercury, says he broke it public library.A .
y, t5a r fl .iPdr @ 1a' ..._ DI-m CID tl' 'u" DI.-t @ n' in right by fishing Hodman.Ill' display of "revolution-

.. .0ITON ...0. SOUTHERN "IIIZE says the new bass rig has ary" books ill be on display
BEE F SHOULDER SLICED changed-! his luck, he failed to during the neck.


YNNIO.0"rlNlo Is.3N POs.i (;rflf'f>. I''irNI Ihflrfisl I'Ytxl."n/i6n11II, / his II

2YO Sgc ..YO.. 99c "LI.G. 79..
o .'0 In Women's Church League three hits al bilt.
softball play, sponsored by the First Baptist !slipped hy
Starke Recreation Department (lope B&lpll !I 1-7 in the .el.tll1d:

,1P Grace Baptist put don n game Monday night I.'admj
I winless Madison Street June hatters were Laura Thomas
in Produce FRESH @) 21 pith a 6-5 final score. with two hits for Tarsi! Baptist
Barg ins roux FLORIDA Although they lost the and Jackie IIl'r.hl'with! three
for (
lope Baptist
game Madison Street out-hit
OW MANGOES HOT DOG or Grace Baptist with Loretta (lope Baptist assured them'
r y9 @ FRESH HAMBURGER Ross Libby Harper, Karen selves the league champion-
hip June 18 hy defeating
Crawford and L'nell Sapp
Y LL0'3 9 c .ROLLS tutting two each. Grace 16-8, placing Grate in
11a lls S 1 Leading the Grace Baptist second place in the present
SLICED effort was Eve Jo'utch with standmgs.

1'i' l ONIONS SAY E s9c
0 -k U Jill 1 ly. Buul n.i..lruliol1: headline .

TALLAHASSEE "Don't lax ('olht'lurllilround the stale'
9c E. ry0GROSSINGERPUMPRHICKL Itet.Peh. .. J I get caught with your boat not resealed many pleasure boat

S registered during the owners hm a nol re-registered
LB approaching Fourth of July their Imalll 10 date. according
weekend" Harmon Shields to litho B. ,'I.lrk, chief uf till
II' to 1t011P'b fo\;\ a BREAD executive director of the Bureau of licenses! and
th. .DlMYt. /
Rlpft.V FRESH \ ; wwmm Department of :Natural: :\Iotorhoat Registration, in
RED Resources, cautions boaters.He :National: ICt'"ollrcl'll.
WA1'R.. 1r1iM I LIMES or ,;; 2/-1 jpuf reminds those who have ('lark urged boaters to avoid
LEMONS not regIstered their boats that a a last! minlll rush! hy stopping
MELONS I GOLDIN TO.. SAVE 10'QU""III Thursdd)', July 1. is the deadline h\ their county tax l'ollel'lor'lI
4KYE!' a office now to reregister! their
:FA'l 5 Be DUTCH APPLE 220& 79 C A check with a number of boats,
39tht PIE .
.10 III" Physical Education Offered For Credit II

< ,_ ,', ',' y". Bradford High School Is attending 120 hours will
offering a summer physical receive one full credit
@ education program in which

JOY DOVE students may participate In a The program Is available
120 BTL 220% BTL
Pantry Pride 1eozCANDETIUtGENI' variety of recreational sports only to students entering
LIQUID for up to one full credit grades 9-12. and those wishing
LI UID Daily attendance is not to attend IIIIluld sign up at tax
39 764$1; required, but students who BITS Field lIuUhe July 5.111l'rl"
DETERGENT attend a total of 60 hours during is no charg for till' summer
the 3O-day program will program.June24,1976 .
receive one-half credit. Those


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July 2 Street Dance Will Kick Off KH's Our Country Day CelebrationThe (1(3V( (!nana


seventh annual Our fish fry, and an array of --" *....,. "* hall. Costume judging will 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. with award
Country Day, coupled withKeystone's colorful fire works are set for := == -1. take place during the paradein presentations entertainmentand By William S. Haas
celebration ofAmerica' Saturday. July 3 in Keystone case some participantsdidn't live band music Service Officer
200th birthday will Heights make it to the street continuing through the
kick off its round of weekend SR-100 and Citrus Street place during the dance along complete with decorated dance. afternoon.
activities Friday, July 2, witha Several Bluegrass bands adjacent to the Clay Electric with judging of a period floats clowns, the Keystone CHAMPUS beneficiarieswill
street dance. the Mildew Brothers and the Cooperative. costume contest, sponsored by Kops and other marching From the city park Beginning at 4 p.m? have three extra months
A full of David Burkhalter band the Garden Club of the Lakes. units will form at the Clay activities will begin at the Rotarians will begin serving this year before they must !
day parades boat alternating will provide Judging of the Beta Sigma Electric Co-op warehouse and Keystone public beach at 1 fried fish dinners with all the again satisfy the program's i
races aeronautical music throughout the evening Phi beard contest which has Saturday morning tennis proceed down SK-100, trimmings. Proceeds of the annual outpatient deductible.
performances, entertainment, for the dance, beginning at 8 caused some Interest among tournament finals are set. At right on SR-21 (LawrenceBlvd turning p.m.Boat racing will thrill fish fry support the annual Defense Department officials i-
tennis finals, old fashioned
an p.m.. July 2 at the corner of local male residents, will take noon, a street parade, ) and ending/ at the city spectators for two hours from Rotary Swim program set to have announced that outpatient
begin this year on July 5. deductible certificates
issued for Fiscal Year 1976
h Another added attractionthis under the Civilian Health and
a year is an aerial show Medical Program of the Uniformed -
t scheduled to begin at 4.30: Services (CHAMPUS)

p.m. over Lake Geneva. will be valid through Sept-

.J Following that, spectatorsat ember 30. 1976 During previous i
the beach and along the years, these certificates
shores of Lake Geneva will be expired on June 30.
treated to a parade of The one-time, three-month
y. rv decorated floats. After these extension results from a re

fit'x crafts are judged, winners Government's
will be presented trophies on
the pier and at dark fireworkswill viously, fiscal years began
light the sky as the grand July 1 and ran until June 30
finale of Keystone's Our Beginning this year, they will
Country Day celebration. start October 1 and end September
x 30. The period from
The Our Country Day July 1 through September 30
celebration was founded was added to fiscal year 1976

ri:: : : + seven years ago by Keystone's to provide for the transition.
i ; : b.r'r .' Mayor Ray Stamps Over the The outpatient deductible is
rJ J ? years. Commanders have the initial amount the benefic-
NNNfff been appointed to oversee and iary must pay each fiscal year
:'t t ; organize the festivities. This before CHAMPUS assistanceis

year Charles McGlave was available for outpatient
: appointed to head up the expenses. For an individual

affair. the deductible is the first $:;;,0()
of authorized outpatient
\ Last year in conjunction charges in a fiscal year. A
with the Our
Country Day
family group of two or more is
Keystone not required to pay collectively
celebrated its 50th
birthdaywith more than the first $100
added attractions and
of outpatient
this year, the Nation's 200th
birthday. charges in a year.

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County Agents By

1f 1 :

New Birthmonth ScheduleFor Notebook Bobby,

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Renewing Auto Tags needed hale
When planning for a family waterings on
vacation, many people make vacation.

This i Any, Way This is the last year that name of companies or corporations The following table shows everything arrangements around to the house have Place indoor plants in a

Bradford County residentswill will be renewed this the birthmonth year, and the card for from the cat to the room which receives indirect
stand in long, hot lines in time for 11 months Starting in number of months for which daily newspaper\ but they light. Direct sunlight will dry
July and August to get their 1977 they will be re-registered license will be renewed during often neglect the care of their the soil faster. Do not leave
To (; "() (Bicentennial? auto license plates renewed, during June. this next registration period: plants. It is important to get plants in a darkened room.Ix'cause ,
according to Tax Collector the landscape and garden leaf drop will surely
JK Kelly 'f.\G TABLE plants in order prior to result. The last thing to do
T.\III.E Fun "uVH Blltl11 MONTH: :'; departure for vacation before leaving on a trip is to

A thing of beauty may be a joy forever city the power to move in and clean up based Staggered the registration :Months of Ta" Perhaps the following thoroughly( soak the plants

but a sidewalk such as the one pictured such public nuisances and "...the total month on was approved applicant's by birth-the Birth :Month fear Hl'quirl'l suggestions III be helpful. If the vacation extends over

above on !North: Cherry Street is expense, including administrative costs, 1976 Legislature after years of July 1976 12 Place outdoor potted plantsin a two-week period move

an evesole, a health hazard, and an incurred by the City in causing public urging by state and county tag .\ugut t9711 13 a shady location. This may house plants out of doors and
actual physical threat to pedestrianswho nuisances to be terminated under this officials, Kelly said. October September t976 U be near the side of a building sink pots in a shaded and cool
1976 :
t 13
chapter shall be a special tax and lien having a northern garden bed
are forced into street by the bam The massive implementa :November'; 1176! I exposure or
hlKI and other underbrush that has upon the property upon which the public tion of the new system act f"cl.'mbt'r tI76! :3 within the protective cover ofa Mow: lawn just prior to

almost completely obliterated the nuisances were terminated. The director ually started in July 1975 January 1977 II large foliage plant. leaving if possible. An unkept

l'l'nwntalkay.. shall have a statement of the cost when Florida's 7 million February 1977 7 Potted plants may be placed lawn is a tell tale sign that no
vehicle owners went to tag :March 1977 8.tpril the one is at home, as well
thereof prepared and furnished to the in ground up to the rim of as
offices during the 50 day 1\177\ I II being bad for the lawn
period the grass to
Besides these and the A thick
dangers, Tax Collector who follow
un- must layer of
a prescribed July 1 to August 20,':t d! :May \I77! U/ mulch will get out of hand.
sightlessne of such an area, there is procedure in dealing with the renew their registrations June' 1977 II conserve moistureand
reduce the
the "greater menace of a perfect hiding owner. They were asked for their number ofCttnu'ra Water the laln11'11 prior to
place that several lots adjoining the birthdate and sex. This infor leaving if needed and make

Sidewalkafford to with The liens may be paid within ninety mation went into the com provisions for sprinklers to be
a warped
anyone turned on by a friend
puter of the Florida or
days after publication of notice of the Depart-
mind who might be intent on crimes per ment of Highway Safety and neighbor
assessment without interest. "There- :
|IK't rated against women and children Motor Vehicles in Tallahasseein t
alter, the amount of the lien Treat for chinch hugs and
including order to
or even menplssing; along dismal properly prepare other insects, and.or fungus, if
administrative costs and cost of publication 1976 pre-registration notices
spot Ue bhthly assume that murder signs of these are piesent
ind rape "can't happen here," but court of notice of assessment and lien, together for the67 county tax collectorsto
mail to t er
county residents, or Give garden beds and
with interest at the rate of 12
rnoids prove thai they can :and do. percent keep in the office for residents plants particularly those
per annum and costs of collection, recently planted, a final and
.\ spe-.iker at a local civic clubplaim shall be lien the
a against property and In the event of joint good soaking prior to leaving.
i"\ '(1 1.lstl'l'k what the City of !shall be collected and enforceable in the ship of a vehicle the owner.first 4 1

.1 ksornille was doing to cope with same manner as provided by law for the name appearing on the title pine Mulch needles plants, compost with t or leaves barkto

,owners of propertv who refuse to enforcement of other taxes levied upon certificate will be the one used conserve moisture

issume the responsibility of maintaining the property." the ordinance provides. for birthmonth registratIOn.

their property in a reasonable manner. Licenses will be sold his( Cut flowering annuals just t
.\1'1 ion is taken when any "...]ot. tract or Starke has an ordinance dealing with year during the usual period before leaving. Annuals w hich

parcel of land is or may) reasonably such nuisances, but apparently it is not July 1 through August 20 but go bloom.uncut Plant will food soon cease to
enforced In addition the will be good for variable is used to
IK'i'ome infested or inhabited by rodents to punishment nourish developing seed
lengths of time,
vi rmm, or wild animals, or may furnish imposed upon the person for violatingthis the month of vehicle depending owner's on instead of production new

.i breeding place for mosquitoes, or ordinance "the cost of abating such birth. Kelly urges all tag pur- flowers and foliage.

ihieatens or endangers the public nuisance as shown by the bill of the per chasers to bring their previous Give plants a good sprayingor

he.ilth. safetyor weltare, or may rea son doing such work, endorsed by the registrations correct dusting to protect against

..onlbl.v cause disease." Such places are City Council], shall, upon the conviction street or road address and ; Catcln; >s Ituni Steer harmful insects and diseases.
correct overall
U...prohibited of the violating this section be birthdays. Provide a good
and declared to be a public person weeding prior to departure If
nuisance, ;and anv oUner, custodian, added as a part of the costs of such "This" will be a slow process There's "no bull\ about the three-foot lung Persian squash hamber Commerce Bill weeds are allowed to go to

igent.!; lessee! trustee or occupant, cause, and when collected by the Chief of order, the collector avoid said "andin Wilson growing, in the garden at his Law lev home, although two of the weinl-shapeil manager vegetables!! seed while away you can
including the City and all other govern Police, shall be paid to the City Clerk," waiting to periods,long lines and make him look (at left) somewhat like a Tevas l.onghorn. right: Lowell Parrish. Et..nlolI11 expect a much harder job of
the ordinance car owners \genl, emerges from behind Wilson to vouch for authenticity of squash Inventive / weeding later in the season or
iiu'ntal 'it's! of such lot. tract states. are advised to come early for photographer
agenc or
any \\ho"look the bull by the horns"'a'i' County Agent Hobby Tavlor.Brooker next year when the seeds
l 1'.11'1'\> \ of land \\ ho shall permit any such registration, starting July 1. sprout.
If Starke's ordinance
is not
strong "Be sure the registration submitted
public' nuisance( described d shill,
upon enough to hold up in court, then a new covers the automobileor Soak hanging baskets in
",11kt ion t thereof' be punishable for a tubs of water for several hours
v ehicle
ordinance, patterned after Jacksonville's you currently ow n, Will! Dedicate 1 Historic Bell
t lass I n ol tense against the Citj. Kelly added. prior to leaving. Wrap the
or some other city that is doing an baskets with plastic film or

It i is inteiesimg! to note that the Jack effective job, should be adopted.The In the event of joint ownership burlap cloth to prevent I drying:\
"on\ illl' ordinance includes "the City and of vehicle. the first BROOKEK-This Southwest 28. when a memorial service, Mayor Roy Carroll has out while away.
ill city's street department is get- name appearing on the title Bradford community's bow to dedicating a 73-jear-old invited the public to attend the Harvest all
governmental agencies aswill ting live young workers provided this certificate will be the one used the Bicentl'nniallili be madeat church bell will be held as individual property owners. One for 3311; pm. Saturday June Brooker city hall.
birthmonth featured
summer under the Work Experience registration. attraction will be a vegetables prior to leaving.

ol the spots most in un Slarke..ightlyamd is owned health by the haardus city., Training and by the Education Department Program of Community administered .. Mobile homesI ill be ...............................................,..,....,..,....;.....;...;'.....'..._..._...._..._..."........................................,..,....,..,..''.,..,...;...;....,.,..'.,.;...;,.._;..;....;..;....;..;..._;'.;_'.;_'.;_.':..'_:.':..';.M':':_'.;_'.:_'.:_'.;_.';_.'_:.':_".'.:.';.':'.;.J r, for fine services old bell that at once Brooker's tolled Vegetables produce if harvested will continue often. to If

.Ind is within renewed during this next r Seventh Day Adventist asked, a
stone's throw of the neighbor will

( 'ountv Health Hi-partment the ones Affairs.pictured Cleaning above would messes seem like apractil'al months registration, and period thereafter for only six all I1 I Gone ( We Hope ) Is The Love i Church century.around the turn of the probably the garden harvest in payment and water for

The new Jacksonville ordinance and useful way to keep these such units will be renewed .J vegetables and fruit
is annually during January From This The church no longer exists
much additional workers employed from now Bar AreaIf
stronger than the old one and is but the bell has remained
designed to "hold up in court." The fact until August 30 when the program ter and All vehicles trucks over 5.000 pounds, Brooker down through the at Cune Pole
registered in the
that it working was shown during the minates. you missed the annual Dr. Louis Kuitert of Gainesville years, hanging most of that
uvir i club program by color !slides showing invasion of love bugs this said the "invasion this time in front of the town's fire Fish Licence
With Nation's 200th ,
birthday just
our station
!; belore and alter" shots of unsightly Sturl..t'ulht: :May, perhaps you can thank spring was, the lightest he's Recently, it was
lots and around the corner, Starke should look the robins and armadillos seen since starting research of moved to the city hall site, Is Repealed
made; improvements that had been spic and span for the occasion and not Jnin..TI'lurr: according to observationsmade the pests in 1971 "The robins mounted on a 25.foot tower

like something/ out of the African jungle. by veteran researchers, have learned to seek out the embellished with, a bronze After several of
A 1961 graduate of who believe that larvae the bahia plaque donated by the five years trying
Bradford in
The Jacksonville The time is short but it could be done natural grass pastures the Florida Legislature
that children
gives High School:' Linda C. forces are working to controlthe which' are the favorite surviving of the late repealed the
Simmons formerly Linda Cox bane of motorists for the breeding ground of love bugs. Claiborne B. Stephenson, pole tax at its so-called 1976 cane
of Starke has been named a past six or eight years Robins still don't like the taste founder and pastor of the allowing Floridians session,

member of the Texas Chris of adult bugs they will eat the church and Mrs Stephenson without a license in their to home fish
tian University faculty in larvae and that appears to be The children are: Mrs. .QRIi7, TCU's Harris l College of Nursing .- the Old 1i the major" factor in the Kathryn Wilhelm. Marietta, It will mean an approximate
0 117Wl decline. Night-feeding armadillos Ga; :Mrs Edith: Cothren, $300,000 loss in tax revenue to
( :iliijiitjtqBOB A native of Starke, Mrs: also root out the larvae, Madison Tenn ; Miss the Game and Fresh Water

Ailivta Simmons has been a member .:-- further decreasing the popu Elizabeth Stephenson Fish Commission, but sponsors -
-- "" -', ;::-;;: lat Ion. Orlando
of the Angelo State. University 1.- '- ; Dr. George i of the bill said the shortage .
O oyC faculty since i%;). and held -- The troublesome Stephenson, of South Africa; would be made up from
> 1.' G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER various positions in the field of hatching out for flights in bugs May, and Chris C. Stephenson of :state park land trust funds.
rjo4 Publishers nursing prior to that She is and the Brooker area. Most of Cane pole fishing has long
September soared
active in the American Nurses them will attend the special been
\ considered
an "inalien-
; around in
p., ;'irJ, each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla. Association the American h. Q windshields mating pairs splat ceremony able right" by most native
:,.hf t March 3, 1879.Subscription. Red Cross and other professional 7 tering and head- Floridians just like
lights by the thousands, and breathing
Mayor that
rate in trade area; $6 per year; $3 50 six months. organizations says fresh air, or in
generally traffic hazards skinny-dipping
a other interesting items
Outside trade area $7 per year: $4.00 six months "lie admit that there the nearest "crick. \
Mrs. are and atecon-
4 ((5305 Starke, Fla. Simmons is the extra work for related to Brooker history will ,scious
daughter of Lois :M Cox of Iwo sides lo every questionhis windshield, .washing service be on display during the legislators were happy
Starke u own and the wrong side." station attendants. Bicentennial ceremony. ,to constituents.restore thie "right" to their


24, 1976 TKLK.K\I: : 1'ag\( II


ll\MI, : >TO.\: (iKT'llIIUI.K.STMU:\(;

Dear Sirs:
,I note with interest the item
Hampton Plans to Drill Well
For (Hoc Park" and would
like to correct a P 01C

nu misunderstanding'ans did I join Mrs./ Vaughn by no, o o At
,.iml :M.i.Nor; Arthur liiuno in
opposition to the veil U fact, o a
the next ila>'. I phoned sex'oral
well contractors soliciting b WATCHESAn Q 0 0
bdiled bids'' /
It is Irue Irom the outset I '
have! never been too happy 0 assortment of attractive styles for men and I ,
women to choose from. All with
about the thousands spent on L..{) matching
bracelet band.
this ill fill til venture, In-cuuse
several :jours it has hardly V>
liccii used ut all The usage/: so

tar the is way past out and of proportion continuedcxpindituies to c r7 PEOPLE TRUST ECKERD'S 1 0 % OFF I II

iiHid Old oe")
(; was down
with his sling/ recently, U SERVICE. .AT LOW, LOW "' ..- f1LLJ S.
slash ing a way again/( at U new r- :, ,...
growth/( of underbrush, and PRICES!
these (1I01St'till be "icKulcd|
nuU-linitely' :\la'or' Bruno. !l' liiiiiiJ J
aid Jie was responsible lor I hetownspeople's -- -r
money', and e **
would peeler to hook up this ;
-it) water ihis Iranihise, 7-OUNCE
uhlcllIIet I he should forfeit >,
ail" a law hundred dollars OF -k FLA VOR-tc
100 r 24OUNCEK / '
Compared" to possibly l.5iHi: *\ ,

bur'Is rhea a new per well, when Hut nniiUesanniitd.iled no hookup i BUFFERIN _,* PLUS 3 *' .* NESTEA "*' HOUSE

wilier s>stem..Hireling v *
, [ /( Ironi) rigor-mortis. TABLETS '
and $1.;olid or more, night In- ,, NUTS :
the best Hampton nuestmentin Analgesic, tablets., Limit 1 Bottle. W New improved Ipana Plus 3. Limit 1 MtfM [ Sugar and Lemon flavored.. Reg. 1.69 JJ Bounce jar| Reg. 1.39 Limit 2
teary! as just a truce of a.al'h't' Sir *
-. or nutleus lor a T, n p' ( '
suitable water system. II the C alc. 1.h;
llaiuptonaler: l>ept gaps 99 54' 137 99 X10

its last breath repairithout, and is be.vondleasible QQo +BUFFERIN I''JOS' ** Nestea" MU( D Hfffi

\\ being\ too facetious 1lecl I r eS' ted lean1 .!; ?"J
like naming/: Bruno "Kip
tinkle"as it little o j '
Van is u iC
lali' in IllS acquiring an 01 iC \ __ ic ** ic .. *
.,uhh'I'IIIIw'MI) 11Ia. his -'- -- -- ....-" ","" '-- .
liiight idea on the new tire
tmikt Hut time I inquired U-MNKE RIVAL, MODEL 711 ti ft-POUNDS 20-HKH CUTWihpHbalance.Your
''III \\.i- imperaliN I h.1111 be a I ECKERD SHAMPOO CHARCOAL PLUS __
M.U: one so Hamptonloileited 5 CAN; OPENER
' oxer OSlo :Jim! on their I For safe,fast, easy outdoor POWERMOWER !
choice of Strawberry, 1l f
Zips open all cans in finefashion.
deli sit when lunds were nottt.Hl.lblr 49 grilling and Bar-B-Ques.
., lo.iciept. this(' (II I) Green Apple Limit Herbal 1 'tcaxr" "Fold.A-Way" 119 Reg. 1.49 :
or Baby. u table rest for heavy can.
I lien iimie irientlv Kruno LLJ e 'V A
'ipp.il, cnl l Iv I tuition\ a i guixl bu\ 5:::: 3 H. P. Briggs & Stratton 4,cycle .1/ (
hall11,1Iipul. ( 1 I4 ma I'M.' 5. .
eu C 8-OUNCE I motor. Adjusts from 1W to 3"
,dump' Inn. 'k lor OtiKi I mil, $:JIKIiimie' Q ROSE MILK';:;' 788Reg. 16.0UNCE, POWDER for cutting. Reg. 89.95 /
h i- hilt -|M'iil on it Itulto 1.1
' ,...It. .1 :state. .. Inspettion Skin care cream in LYSOL CLEANER '. ;! .,--
shekel sluo 1o V! >llll nHit'e willII.IM a dispenser bottle
lo pent on it. and \ou /// 79* Limit 1 '" Deodorizes. disinfects f. ,{ 1 '
nil i ml up with .1 I I'M..:;! 1I'IIl'k ,( 'Ruse! GALAXY, OSCULATING i & leaves home smell. 748 . a- .,

>. ,ilh 1:1111111 iliiliiuu-: u.inls lung" (\1/I''hhUIIH'itvII MIlK., ," 12-IN. FAN 4 4
? i >* p u M *. i Ii i I i 1 \ t tni,I' _ 3 Speed with T ""- -
'\\11-1'111'1.| I would l like to plastic blades.Tamperproof. ifPLU ) '"
'as In, -liniild ha\e started( DOUBLE EDGE BLADES 23 -_pc::>
1'iiiu ag"i| > ,i, ,il I IW,I1'1 I U'etl P grill. Model P /I
-I..IK- ", pieinuisK'i i l I nor lldrshdlppieitk : double Fits all 2150 Reg. 29.99 KITCHEN 550ci A GAS POWERED :ti
Ins monopols on I'
'|'|' a f129 O1
ii p.u' i nl all Hampton's tolling" 9F edge Limit razors.1 p8 ---- HElPE ( LAWN EDGER A1iI !
I'H k I 1111 "' lieu' truck h.t..l >JV .il. .
>i: I I...1 i'ii' I't 1)/1') barge loru : 2 H. P Briggs '
X ___ items to choose 8 8 !81 Stratton fi'jJ
\ i all MI installationI / 3 3/4-OUMCt E... ,
I 1\1:\ I HI' \l. I 1..111 bu> IIIC'.111'1' 1.------ 8 8' from All disheater 33 motor Easy,
safe fromEkco.
-.inn' "i' .'In h"lh'l'111'' C : 10997Reg. ;\
"n I.,,>l> i > III .I\| lot oil 1 can buin \ SUDDEN TAN .
o z'Z. '
!in i'i i i ill- .toe or l'tleii ,
..1 i u nli I. .nut, high' ( lire'. 'p.ll'k L0 09 Tans Bronzes for instantly.Days. Msr. 4" 11IIIo 'd"- >:>t r
;,IUL pi' n i'- i I.I UI 2 Moisturizes. HARDSIDE LUGGAGE 7-OUNCE FLEX-LINE
I I think i ii'i'> one in lh WZW
H,.iinpliiii anil 'Hl'iICII/lI'cI Limit pip Scuff & stain resistant covering. colors. 6-12 PLUS SPRAY WEED/GRASS/ 'r

> unibiuild he entitled to ahale :a:agg TRAIN CASE WEEKENDER PULLMAN The insect repellent
" ul !llus liusmess on .1, cv::::: 11I11)1/1'/ '' for Outdoor people. TRIMMER
< .nipei111I' ba-ls' Instead oli" LU..I 1/2-OUNCE =,;;:J 88 O88 88 124 Keeps mosquitoes Clean, closetrimming
I 'mu agam' -l !the \\t11. I waiimiiii ,- MENNEN SPEED STICK 5 II nd bugs frombiting. &
' 'nluiu Ilia,) I did not {, / RIg. mm Reg. Reg. Reg. 1.59 //Qf: 4988 edging around '
hink, i 'u en one tool lit t tMi "Get on the Stick" speed 6.99 |F 10.99 14.99 ( V fences, trees
, "(IIMIIII -hinilil be added toIn yJ with this deodorant. atsok t etc Reg 59 88
' pies(nl xvstriti' 1111111 77 Limit 1 16-OUNCE -
, ns, ,ibli' liligalion( 111'1\1 itoL'iuu"aidlh't.itc Lj[ i 4-OUNCE SKEINWINTUK
:' ol r'lon.la: OR 1.Y ,
' 01'i .rttlull' as serum* lAY 21-INCH
i iiiidiliun- have nol CARYL RICHARDS : .". SPARKLE YARN & ROACH LOPPING &
Milliiii'MiK 1 I.eeii .1I1'I'I'lh.d t Penetrating !
sltmiilrx: aie missing 'IrnmIn Choose from 29 c kills fast and 21"
i ,it\' Hall nol wood, 16,ounce, instant hair 4 colon of Wintuck t keeps bugs on killing. "...:::;. 8 wood blanches cutting,
;,i.I-"I-, tin hoIll11ll1'al'l I oll conditioner 84 Cor 14 colors ofT M Reg. 1.49 em 28 Slip, ,proof 9ri P.
M. Yarns. .NlP;
-loit,1\ lighted It'\I. I I in J4 i houis/lnll'IIIt'I1\1'
,mil opposite'' Maislud's llnnulimitless \ t i 4
"'' out ,othie SO oiu I u c
. "'1010 i 1''' tin -talus ut Mrunii 1 I LADIES' \ 5/8-IM. X 50FT.GARDEN .
.onu OF 1000, 1/4-GR. .... KODAKCOLORSLIDE
j'lopi.M'd' s :V. IMIII' Civic i Critter ::
.II"is "IN unit the minimum Ck SACCHARIN TABLETS WtHA"", HOSE i FILM .. HOSE
'lading "ligun -nl.II'"IIII1t'( _" :. ---- Just right for
'1 wear
,Ii,i alen (mill He MH/ Illloni'il tablet Artificial: Limit sweetener 1 ......, 4 WithPantiSUiti. Choose KR110-20, I 99 hose Finest Flexible quality,vinyl dur
-iinuoni'" 11111-' lie using. tin I 59 BottleN 77 L One size fits all. 89 KR126-20.KR135- 3 able Reg 4,99
I'aik, a- lightweie. nil >cs"N No. 210 1 20 or KM13520. x ,w.'
\1.1 I SHilirheie" was F _.2_ Reg. 99e Reg. 2.35 attic.,4
'In Mai-hal or our \la\or
' ,ilh Ihi- rii.. igv' w.islo" "lUuM.IM.I -.,
.1' e-piiiiMlnllt i > Is to DePree, 12-OUNCE '",,Hum'' PVC CANVAS 20-FOOT
' "11111.11) D) I fill(I t-: |L1W. vet with *
lleiial! paiking' and speedingM : ALKALADE SURF RIDER KODAK/EH-135-20 TROUBLE LIGHT
"- 1.I'i dain.iiu' a munlh out For relief of heartburn, COLOR SLIDE FILM 249 S
.' f 48" with
x size
sour stomach and acid
'mi- old teituies" .III'l'ag. !
, Ml Limit 2 rope all around Regular 2.99KODAKSUPER
ii'ss than' s| ihniild indigestion. .
I construction 299HeaVvdutvcon.
,, double 58829"
Ili>' not ha\e \ 7.97
-landud '1'In' maorit.ol| '. out I\.. !
Imalahule l h\ the I.UN-, outMaishall 8
alum anvone else CY: lm-rY;, e y e ,

.lniiiKIel 1 an example anil LLJ : '= MOVIE FILM 299
"is old am \ ud.luun.t and ;::::: i ZEBCO 404ROD KMA 464 Regular 3.75 PACK OF 30
ilidt| In the law and not bend ::::::: I PROTEIN I & REEL 44QUARTTRASH
"lit lo-uil his own inletesl'4. Hut 21 .
,'ila- lu i is illctiallv p.n'king and < HAIR ,
plating' hi- i .its' on a public KODAK, HIGH! SPEED BAGS _-

Dial-iilr. .ilk 111'111101 I baseuggested prodiue" his i "'.114? feels Firm soft hold.looks yet hair 1 I 99 fiberglass Medium action rod. Fresh SUPER 8 MOVIE FILM 35 9 44 plastic Kordite bags heavy with duty '
-- Wl lustrous and natural.
liabibtv m-uranie, ;as one .... Limit 1 5 or Salt water reel E LA 464 Regular 4.59 1 twist ties. Reg. 1.99 BASH
'iniler-- H Hampton could IH I with heavy
holding Itu\ bag it anvone is drag. Reg. 8.98'I
... ,
.. ,
eitheienoiislv ,,1111I' hint re oN" r "A V" ".':-:"'
LL.J _
tldh' \\IIl'k- properlvH.\ I' -.lll ----r.- -
IIU'PKNS:: : IK SllMKONK: : : : ** ***
M 1'KS: |"'nil SlooiKt:; ''' or mud P ic ** ,-* *,
more and this could happen'I
notice Starke has its first .
police woman, who has 00n ; *FASHION SHADES C: POLAROID YOU'LL

completed Standards Hampton rate a course.320 these hour Doesn't normal Basic : **COVER GIRL\ jTSX.70lirTHINK YOU'RE I

qualifications Marshals? There for was any a of little our 8 : LIPSLICKS ; CAMERA 1 SEEING DOUBLE ,

not .
extracurricular shooting O t an extra 1.l of prints with I
too long ago,yet although 30 to :": Shiny-Lipsticki in assorted shades. Limit 1 )4 Don't focus,just let the distance. Reg. 99.9 3 '. TWICE THE ev.'y roll of Kodwolor or *
50 were present on L..f' ) film' ctov elopld l
two persons different occasions at City l "T"" %**. .( PRIIITS and EVERYDAY p.coed .TODAY AND "T" Prices Good One Full Week Thurs.June 24
Hall, our Honorable Mayor Ln
hands 79 ,. 6995 1. VVrim you pkk up your der '"
took the law in his own .0 r TWICE Till vdoped film and prlnti.: Thru Wed. June 30
and decided there should be no : ... .... .. FILM two rolls of buyy
official meeting This Is our w:::: ,, Mick end white film for Some I Wens.Limited. Suoolv

Council Mayor responsibility who.meeting.blandly at mentionedhis a City ** *, ** ** the EVERYDAY.regutar.. TODAY price AND ofWM. .?,-'' m J l! mm (][!J Jru1jc !


Respectfully w ?* _"_ __,___ _,_. ,_ ____ }f2t _. .__1831 SOUTH WALNUT, ST.. STARKEJunt'
William H.Summers

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Foundation Paving Co. Laivtey Planning Bicentennial CelebrationFor Stephen Foster Park To Offer

ASPHALT PAVINGFill I July 3 With Games And Mullet Dinners July- 4 Events, 9:00: A.I\I. Til Dark

Dirt Grading The Bicentennial 4th of July The While Spring events

Lawley's July 3 Bicentennial tennial celebration. They will gone smoked and fried mullet Hot dogs and drinks will be celebration at the Stephen have been planned as an old-
LandscapingFree celebration will feature include Softball, volleyball, dinners will be sold. One thou- on sale all day long. There will Foster Center in White fashioned patriotic event wllhparlicularemphasison I '
old-fashioned games races horse shoes, sack races, and 3- sand pounds of mullet has be a crafts corner and a bake Springs will present diversified all family
water fights and a dress legged races. been ordered. sale all homemade products. entertainment with spe- activities appealing to age
Estimates revue At 4pm. fire departmentwater cial activities scheduled from groups.
The celebration is being fights are scheduled. 9:30: a.m. until dark.
Phone 964-7813 sponsored by the Lawtey Vol- Opposing fire departmentswill Joyner 4-H Short Course "This historically rich Sun- Lucille H. 'li..I..1Ill's .

unteer Fire Department to use their water hoses to day marks not only the 200th
raise funds to pay for a $3.026 push a drum suspended acrossa Gene Joyner, vicepresidentof anniversary of the United :\ Lucille Mitchell: I 17
fire engine just purchasedfrom cable. Fifteen area fire the Hampton 4-H Club, is States as a nation, but also the of Lake Butler died last 1 Wed
the City of Jacksonville, departments have been in- attending the National 4-H 150th anniversary of the birth nesday. June Iii
one of four such engines sold vited. Citizenship Short Course in of composer Stephen Foster A resident of Lake huller
last week to Lawtey Lake An old-fashioned dress Washington, D.C. this week, and the death of John Adams for the past two years, she-
Butler. and two to Green Cove revue is set for 6 p.m. Hope is being chosen by Bradford A and Thomas Jefferson." aid worked as a clerk in I the
fREE Springs. that people will rig up in old- County leaders to representthe AI Head director of the pro Handy-Way Market there
Games crazy and otherwise fashioned Gay '90's clothes county. )1. gram.lfni150. Survivors; are her husband' ,
are scheduled from noon and wear them to the celebra- While in Washington Joy e Giles II. :Mitchell ol Luke
Hearing Tests 10I p,m. at Lawtey Elemen- tion to add atmosphere.From ner is participating in study T.I Rai.e Butler; two daughters.! :Mrs..
tary School site of the Bicen 4 pm. until they are groups in citizenship and government :Margaret While ..lOd1I's:

operations He is also :Hour For (.liurrliA : Betty Jean I llagi. both ol Like
historical sites such ,
Starke touring asK Butler; one son. Giles; II :Mil

Does C.B static chell. Jr. of Lake Butler two
bar-b-que is set Saturday brothers. James Rubin ol.
To be conducted by June 26( from 12:30: to5p m al :Maryland, and John Rubin ol.

R.L. Bug ? the Church of Jesus Christ of California, two l-i!>II'I'II. :Mrs..
Sprague you Latter 1 Day Saints on Bcssent Rub.\Ihdeand.lrs: Toulon
Blackjack booster was Road in Starko. one mile off Tester both ol Kichmnnd \'a
developed by a long SK-230. (Funeral !services! were held!
Pork and chicken bar-b-cue Saturday. June II!* lit, he( ( .il,
Atlantic Hearing Aid Center Inc. haul trucker to eliminate
r Rene JoynerWilliamsburg. dinners will be served for $2.50 vary Baptist 'hurtit"ith Hex
1214 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville. Florida high static and LV Virginia with to adults Phone !4-8145< for Jim Black ullic-Mling Burial
ground noise from 40 other Florida Hers and delivery lollowed in La\\te t ('('1111'11'1'\
372-3894 your CB This uniqueCB meeting with CongressmanDon Monies raised by the dinner" with Archer Funeral Home ,ol:f
accessory will Fuqua.The will go into a building fund lor Lake Butler in charge nl l
If you have a problem with your present legally: increase QrU" Citizenship Short the church. arrangements
Course is partially sponsoredby
hearing aid, come by our Mobile Testing Unit reception andmodulation CQ ..cQ the Starke Rotary Club and
range on mobile and base units. No the Bradford 4-H Council. HAMPTONHIGHLITES
and have it checked. retuning maintenance, or adjustment is ever nec Sea

It need minor essary. And if you're not entirely satisfied the Sunday: Sunday School, :M,\msnSTKKKTPTISTCIIfllCII:
may only a adjustmentIF
9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship
purchase price will be refunded within 14 days.
11 a.m. Church council 5
YOU HEAR All brackets, and easy installation instructions for p.m.; Church; Training 6:15: Kev Charles K. Swam

but under hood or under dash mounting included. p.m.; Evening Worship 7:30.: pastor.Friday June Dolores "I'nltWKIII Congratulations to tin
BLACKJACK Monday: Girls Ensemble, for 25--Family, ; !('::; winners ol the Bradford I lf.nlStart I
Night VBS
6:40 rafllewhoare K: B 1. '
$9 : p.m.Wednesday
Jr Homemade ice cream and
by and let us explain how you can BOOSTER ONLY : Family Night fellowship for parents SCHOOLKS: lor from ..J.I'k'"l1llh'Iio': :
- - -- - ,'
Supper, 6:15: pm; Sunday :Most Academic Award won the coffee maker am1
teachers and children.Saturday. .
be helped INC P O Bon 6443 Jacksonville' Fl 322O5Please
I I School Worker's Planning '. June 26--3rd and given by the !Hampton Christian Barbara 1 Dixnn: I Iron Maiki
rusn me Blackjack Boosterls( ) for S9 05
| Meeting 6:45: GA's Academy('nl to :Miss winner of the ladies'u.iiih!
Testing will be from PIUS S?: OO shipping' and handling ,2 for *18 95! plus S4 OO1Fk.fida p.m.; 4th grade Sunday School class
I re&idenrs, ddd 4*, sales' lax If not entirely' I RA's, Acteens World Friends swim party at home of :Mary- Chandd Simmons We congratulate Jennie Khcu. daughter <'I l
siTsfiedm, 14,days purchase price win,, be refunded and Mission Friends, 6:45: Sue Tomlln :Meet her'Richard; :Mrs Arthur Ittuno I 1.1-
I I II the
on al
11:00 A.M. Until 3:00 P.M. .
: : 1I 1II p.m.; "Hour of Power" 7:30: church all p.m sharp, Young Cnbbs. a third returned Irmn a three vvrrk\
I NAME I II p,m.; Adult and Youth Choir. Married: Class 5i's) Party" al grader, was i inadvertently! visit at \lIal11lll11l11l': i III l n. i
June 28thIn 8:15: p.m. home of :Mr and :Mrs Ed. omitted from the list ol thosereceiving grandmother.: I.I.I i?
Monday I I II
I Thursday: Visitation, 9:30: Kipphnger. Come dressed in 1''rfl'ctt1l'ndml'e Hrodsky,
I ADDRESS I II a.m.; Adult and Youth Visitation styles of the all's. Certificates from Hampton ( hill'i'sdl'o Johnson -miol
front Of TG&Y Bradford Square 7pm.Saturday Sunday. June 27--Sunday Elementary chINJl.l :Mr, and. :\\drll.lohl1-1I11
I =MTV STATE ZIP I : Bus Ministry School. : : The slimmer CL'BB pro, celebrated Ins lirst! birlhai\
- - - H:45.: Morning
Visitation 8:30: a.m. Worship and Children's: !gram for those qualifying June I JI! with .1. harbtvfueThule l |
Worship at 11. Church aces 5 to 18 is in !session at present included his
Training. Ii :-13: Evening Hampton: Elementary' :\IrsMargan'l grandmother. I Louise John"Mr
Wad'\\orlh is : and :Misavne .Iohll-
Worship. 7:30urst'r: :': .\
assisting in coordinating the and his grandfather l.i-l\
provided for all services.MondayLadies .
: last outdoor activities lor this pro, Johnson and his uianil:
gram mother :Mrs :Mary da-km-
game of the season
all ol Slaikc Also pic-en'' Ineiiiov ,
with (Hope Baptist. 7'\0: p.m .
Pratt Street ('III'IU('IINKXNS: the a'l'UlUn1'(' In"
Tuesday--Ladies Bible The Hampton Baptist grandparents.', :Mi .nul Mi-
Study K) a.mIl'n's: Softball Church has scheduled a revival I' Bruce Hoy linai .nl

game. Wes &idl' Park II-t: : for July 4-9! I Dennyal- Hampton
p m. ters is listed as the speakerThe Happy Birthday In 1'1' ,""
of the Bruno ho l'll'Iwal'd .luni '
ednesd.iy-Youth! Choir young people --
Practice. 7':30. Hampton Baptist Church are
; PrayerService. ..
II 1111''I'I1I.'K' FI.: .\\ .
Inthe 7:39.: Adult Choir participating at the Trinity
summer Practice. B'30p m Youth 'amp in Keystone during :Mr and :Mrs .1.1111'-
--- the week ol June 28. :Nessmith': enioyed! I the i 1..11 ..I i
:\lOIUiIWU) Students are urged to enroll their son, 'I'nne"sillIIii ..i.iJacksonville
\J'TIST( Ill Ito It immediately lor acceptanceat I nil ratlin" r -
than the Sunday School 10 am the Hampton Christian Day)
more temperaturegoes :Morning Worship and Services Academy', Neacresorre! tolicai'' IIIIhl'
for the leaf. 11 :IKI. The Junior J Choir of Stai'ke's recent death ol I Lewis I'hlllll-> '
Training t'nion. f'30 pm First Baptist Church sponsored of Palatka. a a former ie-icli-i.l"
(Evening Service. 7\U:: p m a bicentennial program Wt'dnesdayladl''k: entitled Sounds of America :Mrs Pal Clark 'ondnleiu>
tm.Here's Prayer Service and Bible n'CentlThis consisted i ol go out lo all their family
Study. 7 :30 p,m Choir spiritual l and patriotic songs! Congratulation in Ki. mi'
Practice. 8:15: p m and was r'ptJrll'd'l'r inspiring Clark oho "ieccntlhit, hi-
Among those participating : third home run on llu M.nki
-- from the Hampton area' Chamber 01 l Comnu'iie ',.nl,,
something you FIRST I'HKSBVIKill: : were: Cindy Alderman 1).JHiddick. team Kenny hasaluav-'ei"
('III'IUII Paige and Shan a good athlete and pkixpit;
Church School. 9.45.: Roberts her and short stop mi iln-,
:Morning Worship. 11am team \\hldll'.II11(' out m hi'-'
do about The guest preacher will he MINKUS: plate' during the lirst hall "i
can it. Dr. Cecil Thompson ho Gene Joyner and Harold the season and I is holding lirstplace I
preached his first sermon Waters enjoyed; a recent tub- so tar in the secmul,, hall!
here on the fourth Sunday' ing trip down the Ichctucknce with 7 wins ,nd 4 losses
June. 1924. River with other members of There has tern good t lilinu.in .
The church is celebrating the 4,H Council Congratulations ) Hampton Lake'. Mr ,I'i iMrs "
v% V the bicentennial and their !tioth/ go to these outstandingboys : Frank ('lark'san- I..IIH
anniversary in Starke by' hating lor leadership awards and C K Clatklrom Mlam.i.
dinner on the grounds given to them recently' came in on a iccent isii ,, ith
immediately after the morn Gene, Joyner lelt Saturday. both I II I pound and a IJ: i IM'"I1"''
ing service June 19. via, Trailwax but Irom bass
YouYe probably noticed that V ,- cool. Set your thermostat as close All friends of the church are .1aksomillewuh a group of 4- Tommy Ming: anil I -

invited to attend I II'('rs as a delegate til. t the tnends have had a ,uuessiuicatch I
the temperature isn't the only to 78 degrees! as is comfortable Starke 4-H Council This trip is ol buss, and luean. dm'

FlHsTn.lnU1tTllolIIsT sponsored by the Council and ing the past week but the ,in
thing that rises in the for
sum you. :\ : ) ('III'IU IIKev. the Slarke. Rotary' Club tor 11111lililing and hoping! lor I tin

mertime. There: also- rt ;t.J t -V Weather strip doors and George Harper, pastor outstanding leadership The big ones'
yuur your Thursday: 7.9 pm.'al'a.- bus took the young people to Brian 'lark nl :MaiHulclia
electric bill. windows. Its amazing how much tion Church School for all Washington. I DC where the (; is spending the sumnii-i' i
-.If' ages. tour given as a titieashipshort months with his grand:
The cold hard tact : '' '" \ warm air can in through Friday : 7.9 p m Vacation ('ourseI ill be government pan'lItIr: and :Mrs Frank,
/ seep 'lark..
Church School for all ages sponsored and the youth

as to why, is your .air k. V :' b- ', ,., V = vtT even the slightest crack Sunday : 9.43 am Church will be given an insight ol :Mrs Virgie Barksdale ha-
School for all ages: 11 am. state top leadership been enjoying the visit! 0'| her
conditioner. Your air Shade your windows with :Morning Worship '.\ Colonial :Mr and :Mrs Wallace Irll'ndIrs.: \'('rnalulhtll.1I1:
Call to \Worship" III be fea- Collins and son. Steve (Earnest; of Harrisburg. Pa
conditioning costs: ,_ awnings, shutters or reflective tured. 12 :Noon.': Covered Dish enjoyed a recent \ iS11I Ith :Mrs, :Mary overhoNlcr,
". Dinner on grounds Ladies another son. David I Earnest 1 boarded a plane on ,llurd."
could very well\ account film. urged to dress in f fashion of and family In (Englcwood.David's : to !spend some lime with her
1776 frl'nds111 be glad to son in :\111111'100\ IIII'. Indiana
for halt ot your summer Use light colors on your Ileinesday : 7 30) pm hear he plans a home Isil on The Connie Clark family\
Chancel Choir Kehearsal the July 4 weekend enjoyed a trip to Cedar Kev
bill. For example t walls and roof to reflect nee Robin Wadsworth. daughterof June I Id.! Their daughterim!

:Mr and :Mrs. Jerry Wads-. participated, last I Il'l'k an .
year the average\ electric ,I the sun. The ST. \l\KK\S('lIl'1U'1lnt' KIMSt: OPl.. worth, is spending part of her theerleadmg clinic in Marki

summer \vacation ith her under the direction ol :Mr-
bill in color the John' FInn.I'a tnrSlIndn
April came to ( lighter the grandmother.: Katherine Wanda Prevail Deborah
B:30 '
: : Holy
about S24. i That average % I less the heat.The less (Pray Eucharist.; er. 10 am :Morning Wadsworth.Friends of in:Major Jacksonville and :Mrs Johns grader, II received Hampton I the Spirit sixth

bill increased '' heat the less Virginia LaNier: ; regret to hear Award at the exhibition: held
to your a e that they have moved from on Friday'
( liristUn {
$41.23 in July. bill during the Call mill the Garnet Studer property to Chris Meng. Cindyldtr
( :North': Carolina during the man and Stal'e'nmdrk))
In hlrtl months. hrKlijii Mr eels past t week for health reasons. were among those participal
)ur Lf a summer Sunday : Sunday School
i aSunlllu'r 9:4" Mr: and :Mrs, Gerald Adkms ing in a recital given at the
: a m: :Morning
bill increases l Shade youraircondi 10-45: a m. Youth :Meeting. ,6; enjoyed a visit Saturday from Starke Woman's Club June 22
pm,: (Evening :Mr. and :Mrs. Eustace: L as piano students of :Mrs
primarily p m. Choir Practice Worship 7 Kelly. Jr.. and family of Pan- :Mona Canova.Among .
r 8pm ama :Mr, and :Mrs. Joel those celebrating

because you use tioning unit with shrubbery, :\ \\ednl'da\. 8 pro, : Pra'erIeelmg. Smith City Jacksonville visitedMr June Birthdays were Paul.

more electricity to keep cool. but don't block the air flow. That way it'll services:Nursery provided for all Father's: and Day:Mrs. Adkins on and Eugene Francis Meng: :Meng.on June Joyce'B, John and

Mrs. Diane Bruno reports :Meng on June 10 Gerald;
But there are some things you can do to operate more efficiently.At FPL we'd like -------------- that her recent trip to :New': :Meng plans to celebrate on

help keep your bill down while the temperature you to know what can happen to your bill C.IRUOF TII.\'IiKS: Orleans represented was enjoyable.the Bradford She June 27.

I wish to express my sincere Head Start program along fOKKKCTlOV!
goes up. during the summer, because we'd also like appreciation to all of the won- with Sandra Cowert. Linda The Telegraph incorrectly
derful people \\hoI ere so Leggett and Cynthia Tyson. report in its June that
17 issue
First and most importantly don't overyou to know what you can do about it. kind and thoughtful during my They attended the Head Start Hampton resident William

recent illness. Convention for three days Summers joined :Mayor
Your cards and flowers, traveling by car and sightseeing Arthur Brunt and Councilwoman -
t your Inquiries about my along the way Dignitaries Evelyn Vaughn in
health but most of all your from France happened to bean opposition to
drilling a well al
prayers meant more to me the area during the conven Ihe city recreation
= =1 parkIr:
1 1 L than words can express. tion. On the way home they Summers favored drilling the
My wife and family join me took In sights around Panama well, telling the council thai he
in sincere thanks and may City and Pensacola. The wouldn't
God richly bless! each and ladies brought back ideas and into the city water I\\'siem,

everyone. plans to Improve the Head which he called a "bum S\'II'.
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l7ALd Lr.b-A.L' Churcrttcuvuiea: titU feu b>, A....'"'i 9..:..... *..'l*
i daughters, gathered at the JL.A VV1J1,1! afternoon guests of their Wilson.
Church of God: Sunday : and children
-------------- -------------- Mrs. Paul Lock
----------- -- home of their Mother Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR i I NOTICE I II School 10 a.m. Worship Eunice. spent three weeks in HanoverInd. .
Services 11 a.m. and 7 Nellie Wilkinson, and sister, By Elizabeth Terry
TAX DEED I PUBLIC HEARING I II p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart ., with her uncle and aunt.
Mrs. Daisy Boch, for a family
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, I A public hearing will be held at I and Prayer YPE Meeting Friday Tuesday at 7:30: p.m.7:30: dinner on Fathers' Dar.and to Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn and the Installation on Roberts, parents of Mr, and Hugh and Doris Talor her

that T.W. TATUM the holder of I the City Hall, Starke Fta., TuesI Baptist: Sunday.School celebrate the birthday Prescott and family of Saturday night. Mrs. Edward Roberts and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank

the following certificates: has I day, July 6. 1976 at 5:00: p.m. for Evergreen 10 a.m. Worship Whaley and Mary Griffis. Kingsley Lake Mr. and Mrs. Keith Day of Jacksonville is Dusty Roberts of Miami were Taylor, and Mr and Mrs
filed taxi certificates for a tax I the following purpose: Placing I Norman and and Saturday overnight guests of Albert Lock. Paul Lock I newup
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobs Floyd son spending some time with his
deed to be issued thereon. The j mobile home at the following Mr. and Edward Roberts. and joined them and spent
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8 and Phil of Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Austin uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
certificate numbers and years of | locations: Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Williamsand were Father's Day dinner D.R. Brown and Cynthia and Ricky Rondes their nephew, a week. Their son Joe came

issuance, the description of the j All parties will be heard at this I pm.Faith Baptist Church family spent Father'sDay guests of their parents, Mr. grandmother, Mrs. Lucille T. and mother Mrs. Beulah home with them and of is

property, and the names in | time. Radio Program over WPXE with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Norman. Key. His father and motherare Norman Mr. and Mrs. attending University

which it was assessed are as I 1. Benton Belcher 1 1I Starke 8 a.m Sunday. Bible and Mrs. Raymond Bryan Mr. and Mrs. Mike in Alexander Wash. lie Edward Roberts' Mother( Florida this summer awards He won and

follows: I From the Southeast comer of I II School 10 a.m. Worship Jeff Cain and his friend, Alsobrook and family of will remain here until they were their Saturday evening three specialized

Certificate No 106. I Intersection of Third Street and 1 1I Services 11 a.m and 7:30: p.m. Miss Shirley Vachon of Mayport were Sunday dinner come home. dinner guests.To four scholarships.

Year of Issuance: 1974. Westmoreland Street in the CIty I II United Prayer Meeting Gainesville were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Barry Mr, and Mrs. Chuck Moore help celebrate Father's Mr. and Mrs! C.A. North

Description of Property: BEG I of Starke, Florida, run East on I Wednesday 7:30: Bible Study. evening dinner guests of his Watts and Barry Lee. and sons of Moultrie, Ga., Mr. day were Capt. and Mrs. and family of Jacksonillewere
75ff S of NE Cor of NW4! of of Third Street Two
South edge Russell Lines and
and Mrs. daughter,
I Grace United Methodist grandparents, Mr. Mrs. Mr. Joseph and Mrs. Danny Thompsonand Sunday evening dinner
NW% S 634' W, 729' to By. Hundred Fifty-three ((253)) feet to Mr. and Mrs. George Breslin
and David returned
I Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Hermie Kelly. Starling ] sons of Jacksonville were guests of their mother. Mrs.
R/Wgr. rd Non E RW681.99'E j a point; thence South Two Hun- I Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs. Q. Dobbs of Raifordwas home Thursday after a week's Saturday overnite guests of and Elizabeth of Edith Swinney. and
967.49' to POB. Par. Desc, in I j dred Fifty ((250)) feet to the point Jacksonville and and Bill
7:30: p.m. Choir Practice 7 a Fathers' day dinner vacation spent touring the their parents Mr. and Mrs. grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
OR Bk. 39, Pg. 325-4, Sec, 24TWP8S I of beginning: thence continue of her in-laws Mr. and southern of the state. Wilson of Gainesville, spent
I p.m. and United MYF 8 p.m. guest portion Fred Moore. Father's Day J.F. Robertson.
R22 South Two Hundred Fifty ((250)) their
the weekend with
I II Wednesday. Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Mr. Mrs. Carl Norman Sunday dinner guests of the ,
Name in which assessed: I feet to a pipe; thence run East Mr. and Mrs. Norman attended the Rodeoat
United Methodist Women Larry and sons Moores were their son-in-law
Keystone Estates Corp. in I One Hundred Four ((104)) feet; I II met at the home of Mrs. and daughter Rhonda, and Palatka, Friday night and and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. 25 4th Deal hs' Predicted
All of said property being I thence run Northerly along a
Hermie Kelly Tuesday June their mother Mrs. Ola from there went to their Tom Casey and family
the County of Bradford, State of I fence Two Hundred Fifty ((250)) I II 15, with Mrs. Vera Dyal as Starling, camped at Kingsley cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnny Hobbs Mr. and Mrs. TALLAHASSEE Traffic traffic Failure to consider the

Florida I feet to a point; thence run West cohostess. Meeting was called Lake Friday night and Smith of Seville, for the Wesley Thomas and Jay of fatality prediction for this hazards of highway travel can

Unless such certificate or j and parallel to the South line of to order by Mrs. George Saturday weekend. Live Oak, and Mr. and Mrs. year's Fourth of July weekendis change a holiday into a night
certificates shall be redeemed One Hundred ((100)) I II
| Third Street Blackmon of Doris the
Roberts. Devotional was Doyle Mrs. Angel and Michael Moore. 25 persons with holiday mare.
according to law the property j feet more or less, to the point of given by Mrs. Frank Coss. Belleview spent the weekend children, of Jacksonville Bob Green of Jacksonville period beginning at 6 p.m. For those drivers who turn

described in such certificate or I beginning Program was given by Mrs. with Pastor A.E. Massey. visited her brother-in-law and visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Friday, July 2, and ending deaf ears to appeals for safe.
certificates will be sold to the j Located in Legion Terrace, S. I While here they attended Mr. and Mrs. Earl 5 courteous Beach
Carolyn Danavant of Lake a sister, Prevatt on Sunday afternoon. midnight Monday, July driving.
highest bidder at 8th the courthouse of | Orange Street on West. Butler. After the program, a fellowship meeting at Teston and family Saturday Major and Mrs. Doughertyand said the Florida Highway offers the reminder that
door the day
on luncheon was served by the Magnolia Baptist Church of afternoon. sons Cortney and Patrol "every available trooper will

I July, 1976. I AI! Crosby, Chairman hostesses. There were 14 Branford.Mr. Donald Wilkison went to Christopher and John T. "The coming Fourth of July be on patrol duty over the holiday

Dated this 28th day of May, I Zoning Board ladies present. Wesley Thomas of Live Fort Eustis, Va., for two Wilson are attending the class holiday will be IndependenceDay with orders to maintain

1976. j Merrill Edwards, 1 There will be an Oak stopped to see his In-laws, weeks with the Army Reserve reunion of Madrid High Schoolin for most of us; however strict and impartial enforcement .

Gilbert. Brown, Oerk CIty Oerk Administrative Board Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore last training in loading and Spain which takes place in for the families of those killedin of the state's motor

Oerk of Circuit Courtof 1tchg 6,24 I Meeting at the Church Sunday nite. unloading ships. Mrs. Donald San Antonio, Texas. traffic crashes, it will be a vehicle code."

Bradford Co., Ra ---- b'T1 F4APPLICATION Sunday June :27, at 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Debbie Berry and Wilkison spent the two weeks Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jenkins Memorial Day," said Colonel "Fasten your seat belts

6/10 4tchg 7.1NOTICE FOR Highland Baptist: Sunday baby. Miss Teresa Wyke of with her sons and their wives. and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Violet of Eldridge Beach, Patrol direc each time you ride in a car

H---- --- ----- TAX DEED School 10 a.m. Worship Laurinburg, NC. and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkison Jacksonville were Fathers and drive with courtesy and

OF INTENTIONTO NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. April Vogler of New Smyrna and son Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Day dinner guests of Mr. and tor.Patrol records show that caution," urges Colonel

REGISTER that H.V. SAXON the holder of Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Beach spent a week with their Wilkison and daughter of Mrs. O. Nicula and family. last year 30 persons lost their Bench

FICTITIOUS NAME the certificates has 7:30: p.m. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville.Mrs. Mrs. R.H. Futch. Mrs. Ola lives on the state's streets and
following Patient to doctor: "Inlla-
Northslde Sunday Doc Mosley. Gene Pearson and Miss Rhonda highways during the 78-hour
86509 : Starling,
Section for
Pursuant to filed said certificates a tax tion is ahead of Duo
here. School 10 a.m. Worship Mrs. Lissie Starling attended the BPW State Norman, attended church at Fourth of July holiday period. you
Florida Statutes notice is deed be issued thereon. The
to want to
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. returned to her home in Convention in Jacksonville at Graham Baptist Church Beach urges every driver to Everything you me
that the undersigned and of
by certificate years for health I've
Sharon given Haves Rt 2, Box 550, issuance, the description of the Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Jacksonville on Tuesday aftera Robert Meyer Hotel Thursday where her son, James start his trip with the deter- give already up my because I Ican't
visit with her Mrs. Frank mination to follow common given up
7:30: p.m. daughter, through Sunday. Mrs. Starling, is pastor on Fathers
Melrose, Florida. 32666 doing and the "
property, names in afford it,
of Elsie Norman who has been Camp and Mrs James day. sense rules to protect himself
business under the firm name which it was assessed are as & Field
A CHILD'S GARDEN NUR. follows: SPECIAL NOTICE injured. Bowman attended Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of and his family in highway Newspaper-Lichty Syndicate Wagner

SERY SCHOOL," Rt. 2. Box Certificate No. 86. The Volunteer Fire -- -

550, Melrose Bradford County, Year of Issuance: 1974 Department of Lawtey is

Florida 32666. intends to register Description of Property: Lots having a Bicentennial PRICES BLASTED

said fictitious, name under the 1 & 2 of Blk 14, Sec. 19. Twp7S. Celebration from noon to 9 VAT

provisions of aforesaid, statute. R.22. p,m. Saturday July 3. y OUR BICENTENNIAL

Sharon Hayes, sole owner Name in which assessed: '

Dated this 22nd day of June, John H. Parker. PERSONALSMisses

A D 1976 at Starke. Florida. All of said property being in Lori and Sherry ;W aH SACS

6 24 4tchg 7 15 the County of Bradford State of Shinn went to St. Augustine !
Beach with friends last THURSDAY.WDM
-- - - - Florida
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Unless such certificate or Saturday for the day. j
Mrs. Sidney Hansen ANSATURDAY'
certificates shall be redeemed \
FICTITIOUS NAME according to law the property Sunday dinner guest of her r' _________
Pursuant Section 86509 sister Mrs. Walter Martin.
to described in such certificate or
Florida Statutes, notice is hereby certificates will be sold to the Scott and John Tinsler are

l given' that the undersignedG highest bidder. at the court spending some time with their -- AJ

K By. 2313 N Temple Ave. house door on the 20th day of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert

Starke. Florida 32091, doing July 1976. Tinsler and family of

business under the firm name of Dated this 14th day of June, Homestead.
THE PALMS APTS 2313 N. 1976. Miss Elizabeth Terry was a

Ave Starke Florida guest of her sister, Mrs. J.P.
Temple Gilbert S. Brown, Oerk I w
32091, intends to register said By: Beulah. Moody Wyrick of Tallahassee,
fictitious under the Clerk Monday to Friday. Her son-in-
name provisions of Circuit Courtof
law and Mr. and (1
of aforesaid statuteG Bradford County, Ra. daughter, ]
Mrs. Charles Carter visited
K Ely sole owner 6 244tchg 7M5/ ,

Ddted this 22nd day of June.A -_ ------------ them Monday night. They _

D 1976 at Starke, Florida. NOTICE OFAPPLICATION were Tuesday evening dinner

6 24 4tp 7 15 FOR guests of Mrs. Wyrick's s
and Mr. and 501 Giwr
grandson family
- - - TAX DEED r s.d"P

Mrs. Darlene Norman and ch.x SAYE 0,00, SAYE 28% /
FOR that H V. SAXON the holder of No Aaa
attended the rodeo at
sons T.ble Poono"
TAX DEED the following certificates has chicleSprE
Palatka Saturday night.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, filed said certificates for a tax
Mrs. Fonzo Prevatt of
that H.V. SAXON the holder of deed to be issued thereon. The Sl
Starke and Mrs. Thelma
the following certificates, has certificate numbers and years of '
Harris visited Mr. and Mrs. -
filed said certificates for a tax issuance the description of the VALUES TO 10.00'* 3.94
Carl Prevatt on Thursday
teed to be issued thereon The property, and the names in SUPER tow DISCOUNT PRICe
certificate numbers and years of which it was assessed are as DISCOUNT PRICE wAs-LMf DISCOUNT PRICE WAst111 DISCOUNT PRICE WAS,Wo
Sincere is
of :

property and the names in Certificate No 50. Family and Bill Dobbs Family KM iprllit, M t loiuier Choir or ileipmf cot yoivi jot I II I wiys to 3-SPEED TABLE FAN WITH MOTOR OIL PROTECTS TOUR SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICEIIEII'S Otmmi. cfiimbtijs print checks,
which it was assessed are as Year of Issuance: 1974. CMfortiblt' Silt PVC steel Irimi bull (Hit. TAMPER-PROOF CHILLS ENGINE AGAINST WEIR
and other relatives due to the lit tubui M JEANS IN IEGULAR.PREWASNEI ros Poise it1' Flap pockets S XL
follows. Description of Property: Com.
death of their sister-in-law
SW Cor Sec E 3975' E !
Certificate No 33 to Ir
Mrs. Gile Mitchell of Lake Now SAYE 10'L IMS cotton denim pit' ill thiee ,
Year of Issuance 1974 R W Od Lawtey Rd. N. 75ff. E Butler. e CANNON Cop!' Bi ticked Inn 29 (to 31. j
Description of Property ComatSECorofSW.ofSW'4 75'. To POB Com E 75', N WRAP UP IH YEN'S FAMOUS
Run 101'. W 75', S 101' to POB Sec Mr. James Hall Sr., of '- JUMBO 22i42" SAYE 107. :: NFYEA IRON
Ormond Beach was a ; : EATS WILN SMIATS,
N 669 for PCB W 100' N 50 E 22 Twp 6-S. R 22 r CANNON
Saturday overnight guest of 1 V TOWEL IUTS HEM'S CUSHION ; SIZES 21.42
s = s -
100' S 50', to POB Sec 5, Twp. Name in which assessed: his son and daughter-in-law 1 ,vn f" CAEWSOCkS
6 S. R22Name Willie HankersonAll 97 I r aMR"q. .w .93
Pastor and Mrs. Jim Hall Jr. r w
in which assessed of said property being in + ... ,, t.2Ss1 y 11
and for Father's WAS.M
family Day. J'r
Thomas & Mary Roundtree. the County of Bradford, State of 1
Mr. and Mrs. Ben "
All of said Florida. McCulley SAYE 34 SAVE 2.00 r+r SAVE 102wERE1lF 1t
property being in week with their % sm 25% i \ 111
spent a
the County of Bradford. State of Unless such certificate or SUH-IRIGHT .
Florida certificates shall be redeemed parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam a PRINT ,
97o 1.474 7 TERRT
Lamb of Erie Tenn. and .OO J
Unless such certificate or according to law the property IEACH TOWELS,
certificates shall be redeemed described in such certificate or brothers and sisters of Athens, DISCOUNT PRICE wSjI'T DISCOUNT PRICE WAS J.t1'DISCOUNT PRICE w..s',1f 2TiSI" Sir VALUE PLUS!
Tenn. Their Glen \
according to law the property certificates will be sold to the nephew It-OT. POLTFOAN ICE CHEST 4-PAM PEPSI OR COKE GIANT SO-IMCN RIGID POLY eBt 2.66WASJ.IT MEH'S HO-MOH
described in such certificate or highest bidder at the court McCulley, returned home with KEEPS PICNIC SUPPLIES COLI FUSSES HOLD I 91. OF POOL COOLS OFF TOUR KIDS, + POLOS IR eaoi

certificates will be sold to the house door on the 20th day of them and will spend some FIR HOURS, WON'T LEM TOUR FAVORITE SOFT DRINK FOLDS FOR UST CARRTING POLTISTER.conoH. '

highest bidder at the court July. 1976. time here. SAYE 1.00 .S-XL
Mrs. Darlene Norman and
house door on the 20th day'of Dated this 14th day of June, VALUE PLUS! SAYE 23% 1.OODISCOUNT '
went to Circus World f
sons on 4
July, 1976 1976 Thursday for the day. 11 R. UWII ISO-PACE / a711N luilu' fW u M 2.8 8 PRICE
Dated this 14th day of June Gilbert S. Brown Oerk FURNITURE
1976. By: Beulah Moody
attended the funeral of their SlIII"11II 'UTES" -
Gilbert Brown, Oerk Clerk of Circuit Court of WITH CUPS c-: MEN'S FAMOUS OCCK SHOES
I" Sill
cousin Paul Smith, at Palatkaon -- 4j WITH CUSHIONED INSOLE.
By Beulah. Moody Bradford Co., Florida -
Clerk of Circuit. Court of 6 24 4tchg 715INVITATION Tuesday afternoon. 177 676 ?sr SLIBNT IRREGS. SIZES M2.
Pastor Jim Hall and Miss DISCOUNT SAVE 21%
Bradford Fla ----- ---- -----
County. WAS)7E Y
Arthurine Blanchard visited
6 24 4tchg! 7 15NOTICE TO BID _ As IfltS' NUMERAL
her sister Miss Enza
WilliE 'US! SAYE 2.00
The Board of County T-SHIRTS IH
-- ------- p
Blanchard at Baker County SIVE 23X
Commissioners of Bradford POLTCOTTOHSIZES ,
OFAPPLICATION FOR County will receive sealed bids Nursing Home of Macclenny 1t fY IO-'.. 14 OZ. 1.49 6.8 8 S.M.l 1 1wASJ67f ,

on Wednesday afternoon. MiN TALE, JYM0EEA.. < 1lt3iDl
until 10.00 A M on Monday, -
July 12 1976 to be opened in the +
Jacksonville Beach visited I 6011 SPtMLERSop 70 GRANUURCNLORIHE I- r
Commission Room
that H V SAXON the holder of County in 1 A97 77cWAS.MOT
the Courthouse for liability insurance her aunt Mrs. C.R. Crews, Lilh( the sky this 4thsOaklers ol klpi' 12 KEEPS POOL
the following certificates has Monday afternoon. While here WATER JPAAELINSYOUR CLEAN
tons to pk| E to boi
and securitiesof
filed said certificates, for a tax on money they visited Mrs. Crews' 4.97DISCOUNTPRICIWASJkI1'
deed be issued thereon. The the various officials of Bradford
to brother-in-law, Louie Crews,
Renewal date for AMENU
certificate numbers and years of County in Bradford County Hospital
this insurance is July 21, 1976.
issuance the description of the Friends of Carl Prevatt ROPE TIIM CASUAL

property and the names in regret to learn that he wasn'twell a. IH SUMMER Will VIHTL VALUE PLUS!
Gibert S. Brown WITH CREPI SOlt.1.12.
which it was assessed are as at all on Sunday J.C A n ?

follows 6/24 2tchg 71INVITATION Prevatt Jr., and three T z S 1-PACK IOTS'
------------- GNOEG
Certificate No 110 grandchildren of Gainesville, r WNITE COTTON

Year of Issuance 1974. TO BID Mr and Mrs. L.H. Harper of yOtJa OAAPt_ 1tLLt IRIEFS, I-11

Description of Property: Beg. City of Hampton is now Starke. and Mr. and Mrs. !

at SW Cor of E"i of SW/4 of accepting bids for Trash PIck- Truman Norman were Sunday sm ,.11 AYE 150 SAE bi SAYE 22X 1.87

SW. of NW"4 N 459'. E up. One \11( day a week preferable dinner guests of their parentson DISCOUNT PRICE

11062', S 459' W 11062', to Saturdays. Job to be Fathers day 2.88 2.46 9.97 77c .16

POB Ex R 'Wof Co Gr Rd RP430 opened from July 14. 1976 until Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis 1

Sec. 25, Twp 8-S, R 22. September 30, 1976. and family, Mrs. Maines DISCOUNT PRICE' WAS MlM DISCOUNT PRICE w..s.J,4f'OISCOUNT MICE WAS.If DISCOUNT PRICE WAS.M4 1.94 +

Name in which assessed. 1 1. Trash consist of (limbs, Griffis and children of H. I W lUlU NOSE ""T. ."".1I.1OP III. "U" IIE-PSRSIH GIANT 2-LI. SIZE! PURE y

Vertince Green Jr rubbish old tires, leaves and Palatka. Mrs. Tom Whaley M NUT I.TT VINYL WITH WASTEIUKET IR 44 11. INFUTAILE MAT WITH Oil FARCE SNAPS JELL WITH DISCOUNT PRICE WAST* : I Ko h

All of said property being in etc), and must be piled by the soul BRASS COIPUNtS IAMPE WITH sn... T0LICEE, RIPE, REPAIR. KIT FRISI-FNOIT FLAVOR ni SKINNY MINI SUNG i

the County of Bradford State of side of the road, TMNG IH WHITE VINYL,
Florida 2. The City of Hampton SAVl1I'- SAYE 11ti WINER'S SIZES TO II +
Unless such certificate or reserves the right to reject any or LEGALINVITATION ELECTRIC

certificates, shall be redeemed all bids. ALININIMROT ATT1ME PAMPERS JO'SWITH
3. Bids be turned in to TO BID / CUSTOM-HI TAPES
according to law the property may ROT m,
described in such certificate or City Clerk no later than July 13. City of Hampton is now I- SIll CHAtG

certificates will be sold to the 1976, 800 P.M. regular Council accepting bids for dnlhng a Deep 2.88 .,. 1' ova

highest bidder at the court meeting night. Well 4 inch pipe, complete wrth WA5f.4T i

house door on the 20th day of Mary Lee Allen, angle phase 2 H.P. submersible w..s.Jo4f

July, 1976. City Clerk pump and pertinent accessoriesat un 71Y SAYE 2/% SAVE 1.00 SAYE OP TO 2_
Dated this 16th day of June, 6/24 3tchg 7/8 Hampton Recreational Park. SAVE 3,10 WE 2.00

1976. -------------- Sealed Bid will be opened at UCSIRIH EXTRASTRENGTH E "I'
2 94
Gilbert," S. Brown Clerk Sigh in a kindergarten next> council meeting to be heldat 16.88 PAIN' .ROOMS WITHOUT .IIIGI N

By Beulah M. Moody Literate Bit City Hell July 13. 1976, 8.00 SEA AELISTIA,11/'t WAS -
: bus: "E\'r) EACH AITG- SAEAS4112w DISCOUNT race' race WAS ur to.JoaQ
Clerk of Circuit Court (Helps" P.M., with bids to be accepteduntil TARO JUICE DISCOUNT PRICE WAS J-l 9 WO.U'I-
of Bradford. Co., Florida -Ktd O'Donnell/ Nashville that time. / 8 -RMISISI ii.VINYL, LIS6AIEn I uuJJ" .. 1 .19 WITH SUPER HIGH WIICE.WIITI IH. $,ML 01 SHORTS .IHPILIESTER
0/24 4tchg 7/15 Banner The City of Hampton reserve V A RI / WAS 21 wAs J i! Ifl Ml VINYL, l-ll
t 25II. ._ ,,, 23II w..s.J.tT' HUM, 1-11
WAS u-ar _
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the all bids.
right or
------------ reject any
Do not ask for whom the
ClH'rh'ard, "I 1 wouldn't bell tolls and you will pay EAGLE.THE CONVENIENT 312 W. Madison St. PACK '
cull him a liar Lei's just say Mary Lee Allen.dtyOerk. STORES CIGARETTES 01
only the station-to station DISCOUNT :4
11(' lives! on the rong side of 964-751 47.
the failsOrbtn, rate. 6/24 3tchg 7/8/ Op n daily 9'til 9 Sunday 'til OL
Arttnr Snider In p.t.m.
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produce in Bradford Floriland Realty o

County, ever grown. To YOUR BLOOD WEIGHT "safely A hat SALE Fresh produce on RENT 2 bedroom 393 N.Temple A.... _/;l.oJ" C..r3nn.

enable everyone to enjoy PRESSURE day or night anywhere with Xll Diet Plan S3jOO. farm.Pepper,corn,cukea,okra. partfaOy turn hou., 534
eating canning or !ACCU: .RX check. "........ Reduce Exec**fluid with X-Pel.S3 etc. Can 9644219 or 964-8877. W. Madison Street. No 3 BR Car Lot $15400. REAL .ESTATE J.

freezing their favoritevegetable..We ing algn" .blatantly right on the .Koch Drug Store 6/3 ISteha; U hg. children. S125 mo. Ph. 964- - enr-vni/i_r..*' c' -_ r pilfi1:
pot. $2995. Koch 7521. Itchg 6/24 1 Acre Bufldlog LoU on RD 16
Drugs 5/27 9/9
offer he New 3 BR 1 1/2 bath dares, '
5uhg624BILL'S - s ar
following deal..NextWeek FOR SALE: Mobile home Iota$95down. 48 Acre Farm with home 1/2 mi.on CILIA, ww carpet $24,500.'
July I. we will run YOUNG WOMAN 38, ........ .Few Iota Mill available FOR RENT Furnished St. Rd. 229. - -
all want ads offering SAW SHOP: Complete .portion live In your' homo and In several ..bcllvl....... Iii.5)8- bachelor apt.Mature person 4 BR, 3 Beth, 4 acre. $45.000 e'rWillt
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for sharpening service. circular, care few sick. or ...."y. Room- 1551. U..... A/C S8U per mo. 633 .. - vd
vegetables sale for hand 964-6279. Cor. lot, with otorage Hdg.Now
carbide MacMahon Itchg <
chain A -
mower board. S2S .per week. Call anytime 3 BR CB 6% mtg $17.500. '
100. <( hollow ground and 46H-1666. U..... 6/24 - Cecelia Terwillegar --'
Pick 'Em. Roadside balanced.. Leave at Ja ..... FOR SALE:: Five G78xl5 Goodyear Duplex In City. 3 BR frame, CH4A I15,000.
Stands.Truck Outlets and BiakUng Supply Stark*or Key tire. blackwaU. 8 ply rat- FOR RENT 12x64 mobile - - The best way to do business Is to know the people

anything else you can atone Height, tfchgIB SWIMMING Instruction fag. Aim low 12x15 wide home, Hampton area, par- Nearly New, 3 BR Brick 2 BR frame -1 aero 19200. with whom you are doing business. Respect and

name.) NO UKSTHIC- Private or Group Ieon. mudera.Cal Stove Thoma after UaDy furnished 1150 mo. Home. - trust are the two most Important factors in a business .

nON ON NUMBER: OF x 20 PATIO COVERS Home Certified Red Cross Water 5:30: p m 9647385. If plus utOltle Ph. 4681829. - 2 BR frame $8,400 term. relationship, and personal relationships are

WOKDS..AI1 you need do and mobile home. S180ID.talled. Safely Instructor. S year lip 6/24 Need lI.tln..n 2 to S acre - the best way to gain respect and trust.It .
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is to please submit $140 unin.talled. xperlenc teaching A FOR SALE: 2 Oak. Whiskey. 8.7 Acre In Starke $15,500. has always been the policy of this firm to do our
ad by Tuesday your IATOR MOBILE HOME SER coaching. Klngaley. Lake. Barrel like new, 2 Mag FOR RENT Very ales furnished 8J3 A. &..u..uoa. 301. - best to deserve your trust. We are concerned with
Noon. VICE. CO. Hi 3724767 Caineavllle. Elaine Harria, 533.2031 after Wheel for Chev. Lay track. apartment one bed - 12 Acre. wed. pole oV Coptic needs. W.don.t .
1'lease no commercial tfchgMOBILE 3 p..... 6/17 2tp 6/24 11850 BTU Air Conditioner.See room. Sorry no pet. 964- 4 BR Frame .Urge lot, utility tank, fenced, II 2.:100.: you as a person and your own .particular
ids at 5th trailer on left on 5033. Itp 6/24 bldg., ear. by chain link. fence want you to be unhappy because basically we
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don't want to lose friendship. We sell real
HOME MOVING Whoa Rd. East of Hwy. 40 Acre wooded
Also S44JOO.
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mobile home hia-ricane: anchoring HOME REPAIR & Remodeling 230-A. 6/17 2t.e 6/24 FOR RENT Trailer onGrdfl Pew Andrew,Aimoc. estate to make living. but there are more valuable

"and mobile home not coating Service, electrical Loop. 964.8816. lip 9647739VERNIEP.ODOM - aspects to life, and you and your family are more
Our Want Ads Need 2 to 5 acre. North ofStaik
plumbing and than material .
OUrf MOBILE Home Ser carpentry. 6/24 important to us gain.It
Get Results.... vice. 964-5606. St. Rd. 16W & Also automobile painted FOR SALE Beef by the half IleaBroIoor 984-7700 buyer waiting. may be an old fashioned way of doing business.
..1001..65. lb. Clifford ------ 964-5478
Jet. 233, Staike, Its tfchg S30 .labor.and fait Excellent er\lce.reference 964-- or Martin 9647145.per 6/17 2tp FOR RENT, 4 large room Call...".....alao evening.Ia.aocideel but Its the only way we operate. We are In the business .

8087. 6/24 7/15 6/24 apartment. 964-6352 or 533- ( ) of helping people, and of course people come
WILL BABY SIT for 4tchg 2252. tIc..... 984-7154&782-3397 first. See us today.
chid In my home. 9644821.tfchg 55 1/2 Colorado LtWJtl fit. 30 minutes to Gainesville
EXPERT workmanship In acre FOR RENT 10x40. 2
40 minutes to Jacksonville
$13.7501 $150 down, $150 PARK .
carpeting. ,chain link fencing bedroom. mobile home. Ideal i.8. 38O6
---- monthly. Beautiful Southern 50 minutes to Silver Springs
.M>o. ?
ANTED/ : Reiadentia rile for and washer dryer repair. Colorado adjoining mall for single peraon. Air Cond. Inside City Unit 50 minutes to St. Augustine
Call Allen Installation 964- 9644114 4734777. Itc
Hwimmuig pool Loafing diatri- town Me.lta. Nice area for Walk to Bradford SfianOrDowntawn 80 minutes to Daytona
8710. 6/17 7/8 6/17
buts want a nice .back. yard lodlnplay 4tchg farming, hunting, fi.hing. 150 minutes to Cape Kennedy
1976 model ol aboveground ------- 911
new Charle Steed W. 10. United Farm Agency
pool. Top coniaderation TOP DOLLAR paid for junk Amarillo Tease 79101. Call FOR RENT OR LEASE! 2 chair $30 Per Month 150 minutes to Disney World

given for .prime. location. Don't car*. 7823181.6/10 4tp 7/1 anytime 806.376- 690. Itp beauty .....p. For Informationcall All City Convenience. Inc.
nan* thi. opportunity. Call 384- 6/24 964-8 )o... 964-7954 after 7 Fk-,Police Protection, PREFERREDPROPERTIES

5156 Jackaonvflle ruled tfchgSt ------- p..... 6/10 4uhg 7/1 City Ca,Water....Sower Rrg Real Estate Broker EXECUTIVE HOME 1401 Ree St. Green Acres.
:ale S.Water St. 3BR. JB, LR, DR Kitchen-Den CH&A, patio

FREE FOR SALE: 2 ten speed 26" Jo-Lu Motel National AdverdatncPaul separate garade chain link fence, paved driveway .
:WING MACHINES repaired, bike. like. new. Call 964- FOR RENT 12 ft. wide Faulkner... -Broker nearly new excellent financing.
all makea cleaned, tiled and. ..
964-8810 Irene Faulker-Auodate
105. 13500. Itp 6/24 mobile home
adjiajled $7. Work guaranteed. FREE to good home, 2 473.477 Swan Bakken-Aaaadato -----
CLASSIFIED' AD RATES June Strickland,'career Morgan mother cat and 5 kittena. limit. 9644114 or 964-5065 SPRING LAKE KEYSTONE. Split level with

Road & Hwy 16. tfchgAI.COHOUCS Call Sunday Monday orTue.d.y. FOR SALE: Air conditioner tlchg CH&A 80' on crystal clear lake.
Deadline for insertion 964.5162. Up 6/24 ._!ARE YOU READY TO SELL
115 BTU. THE '
volt 12,000 Salon Stationary -----
Tuesday Noon preceding : ANONYMOUS ------------ Bookcase. bed box springs. FOR RENT 1 family summer O' FFICE SHOP. Ph. 9645764. YOUR PROPeRTY? INVESTMENT Gracious 2 story home with CH&A

Thursday before 114 hrbtian Street Starke, Inner spring mattress, quarter cottage on Klngiaey Lake lor OnrlJOMMO on acreage adjacent to Starke Plaza Shopping
lie Thursday and Sunday 8 AUTOMOBILES USED round black. padded bar
publics lion.Minimum. rent by week. A/C. Call 533-: pmpltwtmticnal Center.
pun Tueaday I pus Women' 3 .'001. & Alii Chalmer
2368. tfchg.HOUSES. tl -----
tractor Call 7823366. lUc llpostd Aw
harge M.(Ml I.rorm M-offM 964-5709.964-5434 IUtp 6124 or AUTOMOBILES USED Ralph Bryan DUPLEX Neat with 2BR.IB.1 LR K & Dining Areaon
Each: word over 15 A'ON CALLING. To buy or set Lifetime :A)' 350 Chev., 11000 good mix.breed bull up to FOR SALEFOR Real Estate N. Broadway within walking distance to conveniences -

10 tents Avon Call 755.2N07 or write mil.*, self eontaeied. 4 KW two year. Orvla J. Fair !Specializing LoU and. AcreageFor tichettk a unique Investment opportunity.
Kohfer Gen., sleep. 6, radio, _
bank. 964-6921. lUc -----
lima Hyatt,P.O. Bo. 220,Lake SALE 2 bedroom Building Mobil Home.
All Classified \ds must bt tape 12.000 BTU roof air with fenced We have the answer with a
(tty, Florida tI. Excellent tend! Ready to travel --------- mobile home, 12x60 on 1 acre - 2 BR Block, In town HOT & TIRED? -
paid for in advance unless SBJKM: F. Delano Thomas, 964- FOR SALE Singer 900 lot on Rt. 235 Jut NW of Rt. Lota on Sampson Lake 100 ft.on back yard $14,300. sparkling swimming pool attractive :3BR home

you have an established PAPPAS ACCOUNTING 6507 after 5 tlchg Futura sewing machine. Our 100. Owner Thomas D. water.$7,800 owner flnanefag. - with a great Florida Room.
p-m. bent model almo.t like new. 3 BR. 2 Bath Hock. good location
with the
account SERVICE 118 S. Court. William. Box 92, LakeButler -----
Telegraph in thate>ent 50cenU St...... FL. 964-7612. 6/24 Design, applique, modern Fla. or Ph. 813.385- fenced yard $23.000. BESSENT ROAD oO acres with home and trailer.
extra charge for lOtchg' 8/26 FOR SALE 1975 Pontiac .titche Originally sold for 2726. 6/24 3tp 7/8 mRYAN - Ripe for development.
$599. Sacrifice, balance W* have a election ol waterfront
A/C PS dies pay
Not for U:! Realtor ,.. -
billing. responsible .
-- -- brakea, 350 engine, red with $287.70 or take up payment ; property. with or without a
i: : FOR SALE"Furnl 9W788d ) .nlahtWNGCIIAMP Acres New River..3; level brick
errors when given over the AI.COHOI.ICSANONYMOUS ..hlt.lat.rior 964-6953 after $1280 per month Ph. 964- IOALIOn' home." POTPOURRI 54
phone or when copy is not : : Succ.mful 5 p..... Itp 6/24 5358. Free home trial. Itp house 6V two hats, cheap home on Paradise Lake, Keystone..Bulkflng lotion
typed and brought to the living. for people who want to 6/24 come see It. Edgar. Bnrrell Bessent Road Green Acres..Lot on Little Lake
---------- Rt. 2, Box 16 D Starke.. Up
office. drinking Santa Fe..Commercial Building on Temple
topped. Meetings Th...... & FOR SALE '64 VW. Run FOR SALE AKC St. Bernard 6/24 Mimosa Manor Ave..Some Farm land.
8:00 904 5709
Sunday : p.m. good, new clutch. b....... puppies, male & -----
SALE 2 bedroom
FOIL SALE:: KeystoneHeights. M4-5434-6/24 12tp 10/9 $150 964.5750. Itp 6/24 lemale., hota & wormed home.FOR 1 acre :of land In Lake. Home Material and Building Mobile Home ParkA NEEDED 4 Bedroom home either in or out of
Like --- ------- .
Hark week old. $75. Ph.
Sunrise Eight ...
------------- Butler city limit. Call 9845067. city....Small homes in good repair.
SEWING mending alterations 4732743. 6/24 Place
nt'ntIob"t': Itp
new pt'rma 6/24 2tp 7/1 -----
Home. 12x65. Lake access KU-8H1J.( etc Up Call 6/24 after noon. MOTORCYCLESMOTORl'ka.l.S -ybur-WEBUILD-Plant Or Ours To Live MADISON STREET Comfortable 3 BR flit B on

completely furnished FOR SALE: Solid walnut Your Lot Or Our," two beautiful acres.
HOME FOR SALE: 4 bedrooms Largo LoU
------------ crib with firm
spacious living room. 2 large!! baby extra -FREE ESTIMATESRemodelna -----
2 bath
living Yard Car.G.rh.gs
CASH for any gold and ail- mattrea Excellent condi room *
UK & Bath. Kitchen with ver object. Jewelry rings, SIZtKl OF STARKE: Your tion. $40 Call alter 5:30 p.m. dining room .kitchen family ; Repair Can. SMALL FARM 4.29 acres with cozy hom..room
dining area washer & dryer with fireplace, central Addition MalBoxeaWater trailers. financing.
dental gold pocketw.tche. authorized Suzuki Dealer. Phone 964-5717. Itp 6/24 room for horses and Easy
included. utility heat air. 964-5784. lip 6/17 Hn.1Jouaht _
Separate llverware, coin. Will visit !I64304 Lad Cal Street. ---
shed .situated on nice .shady you. Mr. Rittman 47J.1089, tI.... FOR SALE: Kenmore electric SoldTradedACREAGE Central Sewage Plant ONE ACRE out of city with all electric: 1 BR 2B

lot in quiet neighborhood Old Gold Enterprlie., Bo. ctove. .elf cleaning oven FOR SALE: 1974. 65x24 FOR SALE Garbage Pickup home, chain link fence utility building..Low down

near Schads churches' & Cl62. Melrote, Fla. 32666 timer .avocado 30 In. Excellent Mobil Home. 3 BR, 2 bath 9846853 Concrete 2Car Parking Patio payment to qualified buyer.

shopping. Call 47.I-.mi: : for - ---------- FOR SALE condition. 9645041. Itn family room central A/H Improved Street

appointment lusre. 12.54111.' I 6/24 ida-byildo refrigerator Own XI South Stark Electric Service to Cecelia T. / Realtor
FOR SALE 1 milk .0..1/2 electric stove, dUhwaaher ,
will finance less! for Cash) : --------- d 200
It 11:2t Roof Painting Jersey J/2 holot.I.. Milking. FOR SALE 2 bred DuRock Originally $16,000. Owe Motored Ampere Ca 206 West Madison Avenue Starke Florida
5,01. a day with second calf. Gilt. full blood $150 each. 10000. Make. offer and

Building Painting 2 heifer calve, 3 mo. old DuRock Jr. Boar lull blood, assume. payment of $15725 -MovelnBonuaFREE -
All for 1400. Call 468.1628, $200 2 3.way cross cows month. 964.8034. 6/24 2tp .MUL TIPLELISTINGS OFFICE PHONE 944-7774

Need English Work Macao Tl.on Box 96. V>.Ida. good brood .to....$130 .*. 14 7/1 1 Month Rent raREALTO' HOME PHONE 964-5145
Ceneral Repair 6/24 7/1 .
2tp feeder pigs, 3 way cro., $30 Electric Hookup
all hot. and record FOR SALE 4 .bedroom brick. 2
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Instructor For A Call After 3.00: FOR SALE: Azalea bushes card. yr-old filly spirit bath.largo living room,den andgameroomon Starke 2 BR 1 Bath $11.300 PHONE 9647498Sundays ?
full grown, plants of late n.,. cog. well trained new 1 landscaped acre,

5yr Old Boy WhoIs Errol Alvarei. Take. up. fill tack. $250. 4x18 It. pool Coneriy Fatales .house No. 6. Starke 2 BR, 1 Built 113,500
All Day-Fri & Sat. hole w/dirt. $5 each also ladder Ig. filter extra, Contact. Uouglaa Nlchola !9S4-

large tree tree lor firewood $125. Hammeraill .creen 8158. d..... Hampton 5 BR, 2 1/2 Bath
Learning EnglishAs to someone experienced in line, coano, $150. Call 964- 28900. Olin's Subdivision

964-7176 removal. Call after 10 a.m. 6846. lip 6/24
A Second Sid door 602 Lafayette.' It.c 10:35: A.M.
--------- 3 DouMewido 1'lI,500.
1 TP I
6/24 FOR SALE: 1973 Scotty
LanguageHours I Trailer 15'. $1150. 4733011. Mobile bom 12JOO: WPXE Radio
-- ---- ------ Her I* what. you .have always I 1/2aa-e.

FOR SALE:: Dining room Up 6/24 ........... 1490I
NOTICE Classified Ada ire payabli Acreage from $700 aero, I
& Terms .ult.. with bullet china --- ------- per
*2 for th.
advance. of publication table, 6 chalra. FOR SALE 14 ft. Slump
cabinet : 3 BR 11/2 Bath Home, 5 month
Open For Discussion kit 15 word 111.-"and 10 ceoU for everiord sir: Sear Flex.Lounge. 5332056. nocker boat 6 HP Johnson old. C3 Conioructloa on 130 FREDSACKETTREALTOR s v w w.

alter requesting lip 6/17 motor. G.tor trailer. See at (hostage by TOOT deep. lot at '
Jed ada .. by telephone" should .havbeir .. 320 N. Church Street. 964- S.nmeon Lai.. 205 N.Temple ILJM01: 1 NEW GOBESE GRAPEFRUIT % Acre Lot For Rent 3O- Per Mo Water&aewape
Apply To Mr. Park check In the Monitor office a 5164. lip 6/24 |904)) 9644522.4681753Aitociatet DIET PILL Fumlshed
than. Tua"fay prior to Thiaadadltion. :710 20 PATIO CO\ER Eat Meali and
star x BUI Powell Broker. Satvfying Call Mark Olin 964.5606 Hwy 1S o Morgan Rd ..It
At The Dairy Queen a Ad not paid for by deadlinto Inrfalled $185.00. tailnlaUed$14UjUO. t Lou Weight
9616Call !84
.. will be omitted tram the dan Gator Mobile Home FOR SALE Track topper, Bull Thgg.Mi.48&1641 Andrew.Pharmacy:

1401 N. Temple Starke led __. Vrvioe. 372-9767. tlchg. acme boot, men woman'sand DIck Coil.NU.9644364MacMcCorauUNitt 356 W MadI_.Htart.
children. 21/2 mile Wayne Dougku .
964-81811 6/10 Stp 718
north of 301. tin 9644593
Lawtey on Itp
FOR SALE: 1 acre .homeakee, 6/24
Cro byLakeEalaUe.2mi. W. of
Stark on Rd. 100. Owner. Well built .bouM on double. corner BRASCSCTON

HELP WANTEDLADIES financed 964-64H8 after 6 pjn.tfchg. FOR SALE: 2 French Well Drilling lot kl cIt,, with 3 bedraoma, CadOlae-Oldamofca MOVING & SET UP

Pro"lIIcl.III"lal room chair 2 batha, Hvina room, family Saleo' A Service
and couch. Excellent condi .room nice kitchen. central .heated Pan Selection, OfUttdCartTaJamOr
and GENTLEMENFull FOR SALE:: Diamond needle tion. Phone 9647016 alter 2" thru 6" air. separate utility room SERVICEWe

foxy otereo,over 247 different 6:30 p..... 6/17 3tp 7/1 I Fast Rotary I phi iwimndng pool.V10 CaiUlac TraJtt:
Part Time one, we .have them all. Dah- - 2001N.W.13 3785301tf Are The ONLY Licensed, Insured &
mere Diwoiait. Drilling Equipment aero. tracts high land on GAINESVILLE
.paved road Graham area.Lg Bonded Movers

Apply 10 AM Daily WANTEDWANTED ( STATE LICENSED -crass Living In And Working In Bradford CountOLIN'S
FOR SALE: 38 Snub car handgun .Frame BOUBO on lot lacity.
155.ZZ hand gun" $2435, 25 : Used refrigerators Clone shopping .....
automatic gun. from $49.95. ....b.r.,and stoves In Pump MOBILE HOMESHwy

Except Sunday Dahmera Diecount. tI.... good condition. Call Dah- 3 ta 6 maws clear. 4 ..... N/W of HICK'S
mr Di.count 964.7923.: tin I ISalesPartsService Stark. 100, Starke, 964.5606 if

Until June 30 FOR SALE: Mobil. Home ParU New& Used - POODLEGROOMING
and wpplie.. OUVS MOBILE 1 A 2 acm mobile homo des.
HOME SALES Hwy. 100 W. LOST AND fOUNDLOST ) N.W ol Starke' Term.

Mark., 964-56O6.! trchg I

Dairy 14O1 N. Vouag heifer near j E-Z TermsPlumbing j I II GEORGE Keg. Rtol ROBERTS Ettatt BrohtrS647S26 JR. Two G Full Time J & D ROOFING

FOR SALE year-old coon Raiford. ..1I11d.ntUy. Phase I : roomersAppointments .
Queen TEMPLEAVE dog Can 782.3015, Lawtey. call Ruby Dobbs 43I-1S81 mr. .
d For
lip 6/24 second door to HI.L* Store ", .J ......:- .- "
lip 6/24 Your Convenience

FOR SALE. :: SwlIng pool j New Installation j 964-7837
LOST WeUh Terrier REDUCE 9/24
m rifIoe. Lasting mamaacturor Dog -
and distributor .ha* akimkuuareetangiaar Black. A T... Blind with Remodeling Safe 4 Fait sulk '

pool left over from cataract. Lest nar Stark II GOBESE TABLETS A -....;:)-

Help Wanted 1975 aaaaon, Ill price, guaranteed Funeral Homo Wednesday Repairs E-VAP-WATER POLS"Antlnuit JIMMY MOORE .
.....n...... and. farm. Night. Call 9644774. lip I Ptiamacy : ;
Call oatoct. Jackeanvllla 6/24 356 W.Mat osSi.rk. SUN SPORTS
Bradford or
Motor Route Carriers In Clay evening. 9O+.198 103. tlchg. DurrafiCwf 6/10 4tp 7/1 !Mora So For All Types Roofing

& Union WATSON'S HOLSE: OF FOR RENTFOR !PUMPS & SUPPLY Stacks Yow...Money..9645351 Residential & Commercial

Must Have Transportation & Bondable new YaC_ Used martilng COMPANY CbmpUe StmDnm Onboard S>TOCCompletoPlberglna. FREE Roof Inspection

Earnings available.. Expert Repair, al RENT Ota-. IubcItwWea SERVICE IINI R. ..,.
Good Part Time amYe. Para...aecea oria* loraO 1/2 aero lea $3000 par math. I 864 N. Temple .Ave I lI New Roof Or Repairs

vaoimn.. Bulk-In central Wo&er" Sewage (............ For I Starke 964-5529 .
Call 378-1416 woes cleaning "Py__. 404 Information] call Mark Olln. !I I II t tI RepanrOiatom Call 964.7410Free .
NW IDtk' Ave. GabpnvO.. 376- 01..'.Moblo Homea Balm,Hwy! I IL. INSURED OuUt FthorgkuaflahlngBoata

GAINESVILLE SUN 7110 Uchg. 100 W.. StartI.. 9CH-&IOt. d I..__964.7061_______TF_ Bind 7/1 Estimates 82012

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TKI.KIlltAIMI: : June 21, 1178!

II l'B Kmlio ( : l.jiiinrl-. Would Double Under Legislation t Of lid ). Fuqua' Haiku Poetry FORESTRY 'I


\\ \SIII\l: ;TI1): (' dm- "While the mention of CB Fuqua said. "As a CB'er grown tremendously in popu- Ily SS Students
.liivsMii.m' (Dun Fuiiiit| says radios usually brings to mind myself, I have heard many an larity," Fuqua said. "Theyare
lli.it I lie IORIS- their popular use as a means accident, fire or road hazard used on highways and in .
i's I i-ii sponsoring / of
Uuionlwh would increase of avoiding speeding viola reported on CB channels and I homes with such frequencythat To honor the coming Any time the County Forester buffs was "Landscape Management State In shunt, it requtri'slanduse
the .iv.nl.iHo fili/cn maul) tions, the CB'ers ability to can attest to its benefit. the airwaves are becom- summer and school's end spends a week in hiding, ." What's that? It plunninu lor every
I communicate safety information "In the past several years ing crowded and are no longer several Southside Elementary with the public deserves an means carrying our forestry city and county in the Slutc.and .
'pie-'to' ; is far more important," the citizen band radio has able to meet the demand of all students verbalized relief explanation especially if practices so as to preserve (Cor if any local novcrnim'nt
some non-traditional poetry it's billed as "official busi possibly even improve!) the fails to do its jot, the! responsibility I
the CB'ers. Japanese haiku. ness." appearance of our timber. gets pushed along up the
Fuqua said the Federal Haiku is a brief three-line The occasion last week was lands. How do you go about it? 'ladder until it ends up in
Communications Commissionhas poem that contains a vivid the Division of Forestry's It's a long story, but the Idea Is Tallahassee. If you don't hold
been considering for some word picture of a scene in technical training school for to plan ahead so that the your politicians'! feet to he
of administratively
time the possibility expanding the nature. The first and third all of its foresters, and it shapes, colors, and textures .fire on this subject! you run
lines contain five syllablesand included something for eachof found on managed land will thank yourself for whuteterhappens.
available channels
number of ,
second contains
the us, no matter what part of harmonize with those of .
but has chosen to take no
seven, explained fifth grade the State of Florida we came wilder, areas nearby You Aside from a few lessons in
teacher Sandra Duncan who from. might say that it's a way of evaluating shade trees, the
By merely doubling the shared these examples: Of most interest to rural camouflaging forestry in remainder of the \\'c'ekUS
number of channels as
present who counties in North Florida was areas where scars on the land taken up by the Society of
this bill would, a person
American Foresters annual
the day hardwood stir up strong feelings.
now owns a CB could continue Spiders spinning webs spent on
inex- far in the management Although Don't misunderstand me Symposium cooperation
to use it by attaching an Worms digging
where timber with the University of Floridaand
the Con- nearly half of Florida's tim- there are places
pensive adaptor, groundSnails
doesn'tfit the U.S. Forest! Service
berland favors hardwood management
said, explaining an moving slowly
gressman increase in channels above the -JIm Rye growth, we have neither a in, because natural beautyor This revolved around three
of soil and topics pitch canker disease
number would Bees singing softly good market nor the hard- conservation .
proposed wood to The water forbids it; but there are research, smoke manage.ment
require an entirely new radio. Amid the skies of blue grey supply one. rea
He also pointed out the legis- Honey tasting good. sons for this go back to logging many areas where management and the water pollution
lation would not affect the Robbie GodwinA practices around the turn of is OK If it's not too ugly, caused by forestry operationssuch
over-all number of channels cool breeze blowingThe the century, and these practices and this is where "landscape as harvesting und tree-
for other rises gracefully have hardly changed management" fits in. planting.
available purposes. sun
197412x6O "An additional benefit of CB It's a nice spring day. since then. The real questionis A third topic covered was Fore more details on any of
4 12x60 2BRI Repo'sFor communication is the goodwill -Jeff Powell this "How do we break Florida's Local Government these subjects call your
which is established between The snow is falling this deadlock and add hard- Comprehensive Planning Act. County Forester's office in
This should be of interest to Starke HHli.Vv\! (;: : > or Lake
Florida's list of
I Furnish the woods to
IB CB'ers. The unique languageof Falling gently on ground
owner In the Bullet C 4ltI.2HNItmi.ljjl.! ); :
-U:1- the road is based on wordsof Snowflakes in winter. money crops? every property
Only friendship and helpfulnessand -Lori Flynn A related subject at this
I Set & DelI results in greater cooper- Cows in the meadows training was whether COMMUNITY NEWSELIZABETH
ation and fewer highway accidents Drinking from the flowing Eucalyptus has a place in I
," Fuqua said. stream North Florida. For years
I 56OO 5 % Down 41 SO The Congressr an's While the sun goes down. foresters have considered GIVENS WALKER

"handle" or radio code nameis -Richard Warren central Florida as the
"People's Choice" and he Snails crawling slowly northern limit of Eucalyptus, DELLCHAPTER a.m. The Choir onion' ie ill !hc'
said he often talks to fellow Across the bare rocky but two newly-introduced species 168 OES held at Putnam Hall ::1> p m
CB'ers while traveling ground E. viminalls and E. nova- Afternoon Worship at 7m.::
10x50 GoodCond.S1995 through the District. "I don't Summertime again. anglica. have proved more The regular meeting of Dell Everyone is Welcome,
have a radio in Washington so -Brad McRae cold-hardy and vigorous than Chapter 168 OES will be held St. John Missionary Hiiplist
I am unable to talk to 'First The birds are singing we had hoped. Thursday June24, at 8 p.m. in 'hurch Rev. Willie Huffman..
Mama'," he joked. 'First The rain is falling down The growth of Eucalyptus the Masonic Hall on Brownlee pastor. Service activity us
Mama' !is the code name for hardIt staggers the imagination, and Street. All members are asked follows: Weekly servicesbegan
Olin'sMobile First Lady Betty Ford. is spring again. in doing so it raises hopes that to please cooperate and Monday with I'rim-r
-Carmen Eaves even slash pine may have to attend. Business of vital\ Band Meeting at noon. Wednesday
The snowflakes falling take a back seat in Florida's importance. night at 7 p m. Hilile
Never insult an alligator total timber production. We'llsee. Class and :Mcrhntt
And the wind is not blowing
have crossedthe Sunday
until after you Winter is now here. If anyone would like to CHURCH NEWS combined. services
HomesHwy river. -Donna Prescott find out for himself, I'll be will begin\ with Sunday Si-honl
-Cordell Hull White clouds in the sky glad to try to get enough seed- at 10 a.m. Morning Worship ut
lings to make a fair test. Philadelphia. Missionary 11 a.m. Afternoon M'I'il'" ;il' .1 I
100 Starke 964-5606 FHA Available On New Homes Call on God but row away The While birds go by them slowly A topic more appealing to Baptist 'hurch, Rev. May
the rocks. chirping away. Berry, pastor. Friday night, p.m.Pleasant drove: iiiul Ml.Moriah .
city-dwellers and outdoor
Mink 01' About The Fire Retardant Champion Mobile' Home Advertised On Television' Robin Stern will be Pre-
Indian proverb June 25, there a I'nitpd Church Parish.
Homecoming Program spon- Rev. Willie Stilt, pastor. Service
sored by Mrs. Aritha Austin.All activity us follows: Pleasant
Public Hearing Set July 6 members are invited to Grove ('hUI'l'hlon.llI: \

cooperate with this activity. night Bradford Cmmly( Hramii a
TG& Y On Rcclassificntions First Born Church of the NAACP met HI the rliuiTl
Living God. Weekly services Tuesday night the Younit .Inn
petition by Mrs. Arlin began with Prayer Meeting ior Choir rehearsedrdnrs!
A public hearing will be held McKnight to reclassify her 7:45: Tuesday night. Friday day night 7:30:: I'riixrr :Meet
before the City Zoning Boardat on W. Madison Street night 7:45: Tarrying Service.\ ing. Thursday night futile'
."> p.m. Tuesday, July 6, on a property Sunday services will begin
from residential to commer Study. \K:00: p.m Sumli.v MTvices
FABRIC SHOPSTEE . with Sunday School at 10:30.: will begin with SlIIlrI.'\
cial.The at 11:30.: ,.
1 property includes lots 1 Morning Worship School at 10 a.m.\ SlIIlelllerminalinlt \
BROWN 1r SPOTIM 1 and 2 of Block 1; lots A and B. YPCW at 6 p.m. Evening Worship day tar the It.:,ills
and lots 1 and 2 of Block 2. all at 7:45.: Visitors are All captains are asked in
in Wynn's Addition to City of always Welcome. make their reports ut I |I' in
II''i Madison Street. New Bethel and Kbencier: is asked to
YOUR 1 LAWN ? Starke facing Everyone: niopri
Churches Rev. Leroy
The zoning board decided to Baptist ute with this activity
include for reclassificationwith Davis, pastor. Service schedule :Ml. :Moriaheekly in'lis'ly'
:all 9b 157.15Ise
as follows: Weekly services with :
Mrs. McKnight'sproperty started Tuesday Pru.xri'
\ fKtt INiPtCJIQN the entire block from, began Wednesday night Meeting) t'hoir rehearsal will
& fSTMAffSP / Orange St. to Broadway since with Prayer Meeting and lie held next TUc'cla1111"/ '!'I'
there Is already one commercial Bible Study Wednesday night. Creator Brlhlrhrin l-'rcc-,
business in this block. Sunday services will begin Mill Baptist Church.' Kex:
Ii DA Public hearings will also "be, with Sunday School at 10 a.m. Jasper Williams, pasiur. Service
Morning Worship at 11 a.m.
heard at this time on petition ul'Ih'itall follows
for placement of mobile, Afternoon service at 5 p m. Weekly serf ices l began Monday :
OITROIfV..Oa.aY( homes on the (follow t Dinner will be served by the night with the Tiny Tots
properties: ladies after noon at the rehearsing al 7-.o.:: Tursilay
b Fannie Reams 755 S church. All members and night Prayer :Meeiinu Jit' HI:::
Kpperson: Street. friends are invited to cooper Wednesday night Senior!, Choir(
OISSIUNAl MSf CONTBOlUNDI Klva Hampton All of lot !> ate with this activity. rehearsal. Thursday. niRliI
ointc'iON or and south half of lot 4 in Blocl t Ebenezer Baptist Church Story Hour at I I the dIll rlll. l-'ri
2 of Nat Williams Subdivisioi 1 Weekly services began Tuesday day night Junior/ t'hinr
Grove Street. night with Bible Study. rehearsal. The I'rayer l'.in: on
-- Thursday night Prayer Meeting will) meet ut the home of l Ilea
w. wN e. Illllllll' y- ,i b a e \L 4 f 4c EKtrall.an Car:; ** 7:30.: Sunday services will con and Itlrs..luhn! Smith. Sunday

,,,,::.7.T.+,, ii a cP+, Vr begin with Sunday School at 10 is! Trustee Day. Suml.ix)
( a.m. This activity will terminate School at !11:111.::) :Morninu: \\1:
: Luu] AUTO services for the day. ship ut II a.m. Dinner' will U-

4 J l 1A IP to y t All members are invited to served at I2M.::\ Kxemnn: Win-
attend the Hour at
/ i B tiEtf! ff, Lib-tit(!: ( SALES r760LDS88 3pm. ship:Mucrtlimltt at 1II\ m.liaplisl < liunli.Kev. .

The Trust Church of iud\ In J.N.:; duller, pastor Uiuley. .
V. G I 11 l = 74 PINTO STATIONS Unity Elder Sampson White .Fla. Sunday services will
Service schedule us!
ift pastor. begin w ith Sunday. Scholl" in
i 1 Ile petit ,i .Y:: 4 Door HT WAGON Extra Clean Na. follows: Monday night prayer am. :Morning\ Worship. al I II I

11hy y't st' Power Windows Low Milage' meeting. Wednesday night a.m. Afternoon Worship al .
9 i Tarrying Service. Friday p.m. I'ra'r1t'l'lIltlt: is held
% I night Bible Class. Sunday ser .
each Thursday niKht..New \
t s t ,.- J1sf $5250 $1995 ,'ices111 begin with Sunday : ""Ihrl"'rr,,"llaplist

I School at 10 a.m. Morning Church, Rev Henderson Mini
.. Worship at 11 a.m. Afternoon Itail'ord. Fla. Service
i.II i. son. pastor
i'd' :=: 75 CHEVY CAPRICE 75 V.W. RABBIT service at 6 p.m. Visitors are activity. Weekly se*'\ iee

welcome. Tuesday night I'rayer :Meet
4 Door Pretty T1M
II Gas Saver Antioch Baptist Church.
r' ing. Visitors are ulwavs I wil I
Rev. Dennis Strong pu.stor

M $4295 a Service activities, as follows: come.:.Mt. Zion AMK: : Church. Rev
I $2895 Weekly services began with Richard! Bethel pastor. l..mley
Prayer Meeting Thursday Fla. Duel Day will IN-
L n night at 7:30.: Friday night the observed Sunday beginning(
.. 74 BUICK CENTURY 74 CHEVY NOVA :a choir will render song serviceat with Sunday School at ID a.m

u 2 Door Luxus .a Philadelphia Baptist in :Morning .service at LI a in
Clean Loaded 4 Door Loaded Law ley. Sunday services will :Mrs. Z.P. Barber is the
0Z :. begin w ith Sunday School at 10 speaker.! The afternoon
0 ''.'TI. Morning Worship at 11 speaker Is Rev. Willie llulfman. ,

: $3695 $275 : list Church.. pastor of St. John Map

There will be u !breakfast

.e'j 73 CHEVY COUPE 12 FORD GRAN TgRINO Saturday, June 2l>. From H-ll
# a.m.atthe church pa.rsoni)(cAll
Door Power Windows *'
Impala 2 members and (friends are

,, r,, ldi- -K AC HT PS, PB Stereo *' invited to cooperate with this

: $2595 $1995 *' activity.Greater Allen (Chuirl 1 AMK:
'hurch Rev.! It.G.! lleastie.

a *' pastor. Service activity as,
SHOT 100% PolyesterUNBLEACHED 76 SILVERADO 74 DODGE Ask follows: Must of the Alriean
Permanent Prett :Methodist :Ministers have
POPLINSOLIDS SHEATHLINING i 3. Ton Pick Up CLUB CAB Charley been in Atlanta ieorgia tar

REMNANT- 1000 Miles Loaded AT, PS, PB AIR. CONDo two weeks attending\ Celt;
MUSLIN eral Conference to elect a
DAY SALE! : E. bishop. We are Praying liod's;
: $4995 $3895
44-45" Wide 44-45" Wide 44-45" Wide Blessing on the oath it h' tor the
F Fashion. right colors S prints Johns good of the cnnlwl'I ion.

100- .ottor Machine *asr> 65 Kodel. Polyester 35" 65 Kodel Polyester 35'd a lengths big collection'widths, lobe' Various con 73 FORD %z TON 74 SKAMPER POP UPS with Sunday Sunday services School will al in l>rnm tit
Dr "arm selling tumble dry Combed Cotton Permanent Combed cotton Permanent lents Shop early for best a I
WB Clean "It dawned
CAMPER just on me
Long my : Worship
Many ises :urtains 'ong press Machine wash warm press Machine wash on selections'' m Morning ul I llu t nt Al
dresses tops Easy to sew'' tumble' dry and remove warm setting, tumble dry M Low Milage On 72 Ford ?4 Ton :x landlord's fire insurance :3 p.m. the Fellowship Hour
promptly and remove promptly 00/ wouldn't cover my per- will be. hold at Allen Chapel
$2295 $ 5 i sonal belongings in the AMK: : ('hurch11 memU-r
TO97c tire asked tOl'IHIX'rilh'\llIh! all
apartment I rent. My activities of the church.

clothing, jewelry camera Each: im-mlxr is asketl loremember
97 97. 50 /O OFF x.71 FORD GALAXY ............' [! sports equipment, phono I lie special. Bona(

11.74 VEGA HATCH BACK.a'Cordf1995t 1; TV set, etc. must be worth lion for UK* Building! ProgramPKHS4IN :
73 VEGA STA. WGN... I.F. .......'1695 $1500 at least. What kind .: the|

72 FIAT COUPE......:............... '995 n of insurance should I haveto Mr. and) Mrs. Jimmic Scott
cover both theft and and Dawn lime just ivlurneil

''' '' .f; 69 CAMPRO... '!.Cqd...............$995MU' damage?" 'frulIIlilnlil\ hero Kiev
'': : : .: M: :; icitwiiia; ( ; iiuuca I : E. enrolled llH-ir daughter. Muni.in .

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