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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 1, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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noon Tuesday, July 6, and
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20.It's
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the "bfg year," politically
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,- county. offices and several BicentennialBirdThis '
t."" board seats are up for grabs

but only one office (schoolsuperintendent handsome, Ufeslze American bald eagle, handcarved In wood by Rev. M.E.

r ), two county Drake, of Starke, will be on display all day Tuesday, July 8, in the lobby of Guaranty
commission seats, and one Federal Savings Loan In Starke. Later this week Mr. and Mrs. Drake will carry the
school board membership carving, together with a "white dove of peace" to be placed on display In the
ro ., have so far drawn even unofficial Bicentennial Collection In the Great Hall of the White house Washington D.C. The
V opposition. carving stands two feet taU Is 36 Inches long and weighs about 30 pounds. Mr. Drake has V. .
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i Testing the water by stating been working on the eagle, the largest bird he has ever made, for the past five months.

their"intentions"to announcefor
school superintendent are
Tom Casey, principal of Brad-
ford High School, and Dewey
..... ... McKinney, principal of Starke HundredsExpectedFor
Elementary School. Richard
Jockel, appointed to completethe
.. u unexpired term of former
Supt. Jim Temple, who
resigned in mid-term, has
announced he will not seek the KH Celebration

post Jockel now occupies.

i. .p uqJ Intentions to run for County

: j Commissioner, District 3, Hundreds of spectators are parades, high-speed boat Ceremonies, will announce ,
ter .,'. have been announced by In- expected to arrive in Keystone races, an air show, live the winners of the beard and
'A : cumbent Ralph Bryan and Heights this weekend for the entertainment, the annual costume contests, float, and
_'-.t challengers Charles seventh annual July 4th "Our Rotary Fish Fry, presentationof marching units street parade
% i 1 McKinney and Maxie Carter, Country Day" festivities set awards, topped off that winners.
Jr.Incumbent this year for Friday night and evening with a colorful Rotarians will begin serving
CommissionerDave all day Saturday, July 2. display of over $2,000 worth of fish dinners at 4 p.m. at the
Shuford of District I, the Since this Is America's 200th fireworks. beach in support of their
I : I i Lawtey area, is expected to birthday activities planned Featured in the street annual Swim Program set to
; II seek re-election.' Mitchell will be molded around the parade,to begin its procession begin July 5. This community
:t u : Brown has announced Intentions Bicentennial theme carried through the center of town to service project, open free of
to qualify for Shuford's'seat. out be period costume and the city hall, besides the usual charge to children six years
0 beard contest, decorated fire engines.. Boy and Girl old and up, and adults, will
.V Thirl Commission bought floats and various projects to Scout Troops, will be colorful run for two consecutive
the trUet Ions BO far1. N sUQpOrt'"Keystond'g .
.' na-'Intended" opposition lor Bicentennial project, the '76 the Bicentennial Theme "Our Friday. : -
.. incumbent Hazel Paulk, whois Theme Park. Country Day 200 Years". At 4:30: p.m.. Bill Hunter of
expected to seek a full term Gainesville, will as he
i An old fashioned street Another added attraction in again
"" "ii; after being appointed to succeed dance to Blue Grass music the parade this year will be a did last year, thrill spectators
'f. 3 *lwsgy ,, ar her late husband, Dave kicks off the holiday weekend color guard, made up of lining the shores of Lake
Paulk.In Friday night at 8 p.m. for both Sportsman's Club members Geneva with daredevil, high
the school board arena, the young and old. dressed in period British and flying loops and dives in his
veteran Rodney Hall, The dance, open to the buckskin uniforms carrying Pitts Special.
expected to seek re-election, public and free of charge, will muskets & colorful flags. The ever popular boat-a- ,
will be challenged by Vernon be located off West SR-100 on Following the parade, rama is scheduled to file by
Parmenter of Hampton Lake Cypress Street adjacent to theClay activities will switch to the the public beach at 6 p.m.
r'c who has announced his Inten- Electric Cooperative'sDistrict public Keystone Beach where judges'! will be on handto
tions to run.Nothing cast their ballots for the
office located where boat
4 building. on SR-21
Robert Carver Reapes Harvest Of Cherry_. Street Garden has been heard con- At intermission times, races are scheduled to beginat best decorated float boat.
O' cerning the District 3 school judges will be on hand to judge 1 p.m.Ken Area, as well as local
Nine-year-old Robert Car- home with second place. The I couldn't make them enjoyed caring for the vege- board seat where incumbent costume and beard contests Garrison, boat racing residents are encouraged to
ver has taken up a hobby that project on how to plant and straight." tables, Robert is probably Arthur Holiday will likely being sponsored by the chairman, stated he expects enter this parade of boats. The
is attracting many adults in care for a vegetable garden The vegetables in the gar- looking forward to the end of seek reelection.So Garden Club of the Lakes and around 50 boats, both inboard only requirement is that
r the Bradford County area, and must have given him enough den go to the dinner table and harvest. The hour a day he far all county officialsare the Beta Sigma Phi sorority. and outboard, to compete in crafts must display an
I he Is reaping the benefits right knowledge to develop a potent out to the neighbors when they spends on his plot coupled "sitting pretty' with only All day activities begin the 12 categorized races American flag.
green thumb."I ripen. But Robert's father with his other 4-H activitiesand one opponent rumored > for early Saturday morning with scheduled. Boats will assemble off of
now.Robert is harvesting his wrote, and I studied my Warren, executive directorfor city-league softball, keeps the office of property appraiser tennis tournament finals and During interim periods of Nelson's Point between five
vegetable garden behind his books (to prepare). When they the Bradford and Clay him on more of a schedule now held by veteran Gene continue through the entire entertainment, Mel Turner, and 5:30: p.m. and registrationwill
house on North Cherry Street, asked me questions I couldn'tuse County Agriculture Stabilization than most nine-year-old boys. Long. day with both street and water acting as Master of be conducted from the
it be the lull
and Soil Conservation But may before water if there are any last
and still has of books. had
plenty peppers I to
my memorize Service that He is waiting for the the storm. As the late County
leaf lettuce, jokes the boy cherry minute entries.
blackeye peas, everything, Robert said,
1. eats most of them. tomatoes to ripen because Clerk Charles Darby used to The grand finale, sponsoredby
to
tomatoes
and cherry pick. thinking back to the competi- He will probably tend ano- they are his favorites. By the say, "...the time to worry is Maxie Carter Jr. the Keystone VolunteerFire

;I 1 Carver is an active member tion.When ther garden next year, and time school starts in Sept when you hear nothing then Department, is set for
I f in the local 4-11 Club. He asked about his own Carolyn, his mother, added ember, they'll all be cut in they wait until the final weekof dark 9:10: p.m. This year's
f represented Bradford Countyin 15 by 30 foot plot, he said, that the family had property salads by Mrs. Carver or qualifying and all come loud and colorful display of
a 4-H sponsored horticul- "The most fun part was the outside town for a bigger and given away to the neighbors.Or out" Announces ForCommissio.n fireworks Is said to be larger
ture demonstration contest in planting and the picking. The better one. they could all be down and better than ever before
;. Ocala April 24, and came hardest was making the rows Even though he.said he Robert's tummy. and can be viewed for miles
around the shores of Lake
1 I N Geneva.
PostMaxie Growing in magnitude each
Bicentennial Celebration
Lawtey Planning year, by joint community
effort headed this year by
Carter, Jr., a nativeof He believes that he can best Charles McGlave who was
Bradford County accomplish this by serving as
'r For 3 With Games And Mullet Dinners announced this week his can- County Commissioner.. combined appointed Our Commander Country, Day this
July didacy for the District 3 Carter is married to the for- and Bicentennial affair will
County Commission seat, a mer Kitty Judd. They have undoubtably demonstrate the
Lawtey will participate in and fried mullet be a crafts corner and a bake will offer a program of gospel '+. e post now held by Ralph Bryan. two sons Keith 17, and Brad cohesiveness of this small
.. the celebration of the nation's dinners will be sold. One thousand sale, all homemade products.At and patriotic music.. Carter graduated from 21 He has named his wife as community located in the lake
Bicentennial celebration this pounds of mullet has p.m. a watermelon seed At 8 p.m. Starke's new campaign treasurer. of Clay
Bradford County High Schoolin region County
contest is scheduled.At dance called the 1
been ordered. spitting square club .
Saturday, July 3, with old- 1947, attended the Univer- Funds derived, over and
Hot dogs and drinks will be 7:30: p.m. the Frampton Strawberry Swingers, will put
fashioned games, races, above contribution! and
sity of Florida, and has served
sale all There will Family Singers from Starke on an exhibition. TestimonyTo
water fights, and a dress on day long. -rF eight years in the Florida afterexpenses from the
revue. National Guard. He has been various civic projects such as
Sponsored by the Lawtey employed by the Florida Be Taken refreshment stands, tennis
Vernon Parmenter To Seek
tournament and boat
Volunteer Fire Department, Power & Light Company for beard
profits from the noon to 8 p.m. associate ears and has been In Pot CaseSworn registration fees,
I' will for with Dr. O.L. permits and donations for the
affair to a
go pay Male Caner Jr. Haynes, Jr in the chicken testimony will be Time Capsule will go towardKeystone's
13.026 fire just
engine purr School Board SeatVernon
County Districts within the
chased from the City of Jack- business for 10 years. taken, probably lasting
County Commission next two weeks, in the case of Bicentennial project, the '76
-sooville. member of the
Carter is
a Douglas L. Conner, arrested Theme Park.
Games, crazy and otherwise Parmenter, a nativeof problems of the school First Baptist Church of June 14 by the Bradford Plans have already been
,are scheduled from noon Bradford County, has ann- system."I Home Burglary Starke, a charter member of County Sheriff's Departmenton completed for the
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to 4 p.m. at Lawtey Elementary ounced his intentions to seek will strive to maintain the Starke Golf and Country two separate felony beautification project and
I School, site of the Bicentennial election this fall for the Dis- communication with ProbedA Club, and is a past president of charges, possession of more construction is now in
? open Being the Starke Lions Club. He is
trict 4 seat on the Bradford
celebration. Games than five of marijuana, progress.
; parents, school personnel, and grams
of the
will Include softball, volley. County School Board. students. I will base my Saturday morning bur past Exalted Ruler and possession of narcotic The Our Country Day
Starke Elks No. 1802
ball, horse shoes, sack races, Parmenter. 33 will vie for decisions on what I feel Is best glary of the home of Starke and has served Lodge as president of paraphernalia.Conner Fourth of July celebrationwas
;f. and a 3-legged race. the post now held by Rodney for the students and not on veterinarian Robert S. the Starke-Bradford County was released on first instituted as a
Hall. Parmenter lives at politics." Mullins is currently under in- June 14 on his own recogni- community project founded
Chamber of Commerce. Carter
At 4 p m. fire departmentwater Hampton Lake with his wife, vestigation by the Bradford member of Brad- zance. seven years ago by the former
is also
fights are scheduled. Linda, and two daughters, Parmenter served in the County Sheriff's Department. a On the basis of the sworn Mayor of Keystone Heights,
Opposing fire departments Debbie 13, and Mary Ann, 9. U.S. Air Force from 1961-65. Mullins' home, next to the ford Lodge No. 35 F&AM Rite, a testimony, the State's Attorney Ray Starnes. The first
will use their water hoses to He is a 1961 graduate of Brad- then was employed in the Starke Veterinary Hospital on 32nd degree Scottish of the will then decide whetheror celebration consisted of only
t finance business until 1968. Mason, and is a member not to file an Information the annual fish fry. Patriotic
push a drum suspended across ford High School. Parmenteris south SR-100 just outside of
the Shrine
a cable. Fifteen area fire also a graduate of Santa Fe I During that time he served as Starke, was entered between 2 and Morocco the Temple Starke Shrine of Club. Glen Sapp of the SA's office in speakers, the boat parade and
departments have been Community College and is manager of a finance a.m. and 7 a.m. in the morning Starke said Tuesday: fireworks and other new
;Invited currently a senior at the ,l.r company for a year. through a sliding door in the In announcing his candidacy Sapp said the arrest was crowd pleasing attractionshave
it University of Florida ,J He-was manager of a 7-11 rear of the house while the Carter said because of made following a lengthy investigation been added each year.
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?' An old-fashioned dress majoring In accounting. :. I' : '/ "i' Food Store and assistant family was sleeping. his interest and activity in by the State This year since
Hope Is "I do not profess to know all t" supervisor for the Gainesvillearea Bradford County Deputy business, civic, and community Attorney's Office and the Independence Day falls on
: revue is set for i .
will 6pm. in old- the answers to the problems of 'df1' 1 until 1970. From 1970-75 Don Denton said Mullins' affairs for the past 25 Sheriff's Department. More Sunday, residents and visitorsto
f.that people 90's rig clothes up and the Bradford County school j J"I,.' !" Parmenter served as both wallet and his wife's and years, and because of his than ISO marijuana plants the area, are invited to
fashioned Gay
them to the celebration system. However, I feel that Vernon Parmenlcr agent and assistant district daughter's purses, which con- experience as an employerand were confiscated during the attend the local church of the
wear my background In business District 4 manager In the insurance tained an undetermined employee, he wished to arrest and are now in possession choice, several of which have
{ to add atmosphere.
and education will aid me in School Board business. He is now manager amount of cash, were stolen continue to be of service to the of the sheriffs office, planned Bicentennial
From 4 p.m. until they are my endeavor to help solve the of The Office Shop in Starke. from the house. citizens of Bradford County. Sapp said. services.P.K. .
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I Rotary Names Three Fellows fflte ejW/ !

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Installs Officers For 7677Three { 64.firkJI

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Paul Harris Fellows .', Wooly Society edtor,
were cited by the Starke
Rotary Club at its annual I :;

dinner installation last Friday ceremony night in and the I t.l Enchanted Dolls, ThemeFor Miss Ana Canepa And Mike Darby

Starke Coif and Country Club. .. I
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The new Fellows are W.W. '> Dance Recital June 18 Wed Recently In Piura, Peru
and
(Bill) Hood, Tom Slade. _..
the late A.J. Thomas, Sr Mr.Thomas's ---- a. -
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Tonda Moore, McRae Maria Canepa,
The theme "The Ballet of .utrNlxn Miss Ana
awardwas
posthumous Stephanie O'Steen Missey r and Mrs.
of Mr.
Dolls" was carriedout daughter
t Enchanted
presented to his widow, and .
Millie
and Pflester Peru
in the annual summer Jenny a 'F Manuel Canepa of Piura
Mae Thomas. Alicia Puig Stacy Pugh, Patri rI Michael Darby
recital of the Dorothy Winter and Arthur
The Paul Harris Fellow is
and Maria Rodrique, Michelle Charles A. Darby
Salazar's School Dance held son of Mrs.
the highest individual award
18, at the Sexton Maria Thomas and the late Mr. Darby of
J'n June
made by Rotary, and the i'4 S"r Friday' Susanna Torralbus Donna I united in
Club of Starke. Starke, were
Woman s
citations were presented by hfi1 Thornton, Brooke Williams 2 at
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took Friday April
students marriage
District Governor Bob Ih The following andMelanie -.1
and Diana
Adriena Welty .1a for Maria
Shircliff, of Jacksonville, and 1 part: Kathy Akridge, Jackie the Church
the outgoing club president q'' +'f11 c d Brannen, Loris Callen, Amiee Woods.Refreshments were served : Auxiliadora In Piura Peru.
'ro '
Lisa 1'tUl'
and Julie Ferguson
Fred Lewellen. Vickie Goodowns after the recital by Mrs. a t Given in marriage by her
New officers installed for Fillyaw
Hester. Harry Gruen Mrs. Jimmy ? father the bride wore a floor
Erika Gruen, Kelly
the coming year were: Charles
Holtzendorf Alison Lawson Mrs. length white eyelet gown with
Freeman Register HI, Lynn Goodowns and Mrs. Gus waistline, rounded ;",
ipp Elizabeth Kopelousos empire
president; George L. Harper, 1 h'':.. Ivey Kopelousos.of neckline and cap sleeves. Her .:-i
Don ., ., Amy Lewis, Elizabeth Kelly.Canova i
president-elect; Kardon !" '
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illusion was f
L.M. Gaines .,.., "'f'" I long veil of ,
secretary;
made of silk
secured to a
cap
treasurer; and Paul Stegal, Officers from left: Don Rardon,' L.M. Gaines Freeman Piano Students r organza flowers She carried a -,
scrgeanl-at-arms.. Register III. Fred Lewellen District Gov. Bob Shircliff. cascade of white and pink ;*;
Lewellen was presented a Give Recital June 15 :
y 'fxy" roses and l lily-of-the-valley. -:;
wall plaque and a past A reception was held at the :j:
president's pin for his services The pupils of Mona Canova multi-colored mums home of the groom where a :;
during the past year. presented a piano recital carnations and daisies. band furnished music for the "-:
Tuesday June IS, In the Assisting in serving were >:
of Starke. Miss Mrs. Robert L. Hall Mrs. occasion.
Woman's Club The bride's table was,;.
Harper Family Cindy Canova is assistant Kenneth Grider Miss Kathy centered with a wedding cake.>; :
Mrs. P.L. and
Taylor Bridges
teacher. In the shape of a crown topped .:;
Honored AtReception The students played Miss Cindy Canova. r with an arrangement of pink .;
numbers in seven categories: :
blue and yellow silk organza;J;
Hymn Time Folk Tunes, Carolyn Henley. flowers. A buffet dinner was .:;:.

Class Piano group Easy + served to the approximately .*-.
Classics, Rock and Popular Mark Hardenbrook I r 125 guests including the.groom's -:
Ht'and Mrs George
and II
Intermediate Classics mother, Mrs. Charles: :*::
harper. who will remain at L Classics. I
Advanced "t:
the First United Methodist Tricia To Wed Friday NightThe Darby ;
were:
Taking part

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: wedding trip to :
Following a Jj
Church lor another year, were Thomas "
Lawson,
Barry Lima, Peru the couple is ':-;
honored al a reception Sunday Karen Kimbril, Beth Davis marriage of Carolyn .
the church and Mark residing in Piura Peru where :;C
night in Fellowship Cindy Alderman, Terry Henley \ :
Mr Darby is a technical :-:
Hall Selina Cassels Hardenbrook will be an eventof .
Gaskins
Also honored with bridal 2 at 7 representative for Cessna -::
a Johns Lisa Lawson Friday night July :
Bruce :
"hnt'rt''e, :Mr and Mrs Chris Meng, Stacey Denmark pm. in the First United ,)\ Aircraft Company. ..n..:;:'
lIa\'id Harper who were Kim Methodist Church with a ": :
Nancy Grider Mike Darby
Mr. and Mr* :
in the
recently married Whitehead Marcia reception following
'I'hi' refreshment table was i Dawn Joiner church Fellowship Hall. -.
yso Watterson '.
covered with a green linen e! Brian Thomas, Eddie Hall All friends and relatives are Seniors Take -'.,
cloth with bio border and Melissa Jackson Ronnie invited to attend. 1iirclt; -,

centered with an arrangementof Kelly, Becky Coleman John Nassau Trip :;
mixed summer flowers. David Frances, Lynne Johns, Vicky Turner :;
:Mis I Henry Godwin presided Peggy Cooper Mary Louise Fourteen members of the '.
.it the punch bowl and Mrs. Watterson, Beth Francis Celebrates 21st BUS senior class enjoyed a ::
A.J) Eaves served cake Bellow Awards (from left): W.W. Hood Mrs. A.J. Thomas Cindy Canova and Joey five day trip to Nassau and "".
Following refreshments: Sr.. T.ll. Slade. Herres. Freeport Bahamas from s.
a 11I1Irs: David Harper Birthday June 16 ::
Arrangements of garden Monday June 21, to Friday
opened their gifts Brenda Carter Shower HonoreeMiss flowers decorated the club June 25.Taking. -:
The couple are Miss Vicky Turner
young. room for the occasion. A the trip were: Sonja
lesidinitunSU ll> this summer centered at celebrated her 21st birthday Devore
grand piano was Biggs Teresa Augey r
while 11.1\id is summer south Brenda Carter August cloth and centered with a the front of the room and an June 16 when her mother Fox, Anita Green Jean .
woikti'"at the i-huich This lall 27 bride.elect, was honored at Hallmark bridal doll awards table at the left of the Mrs. Janet Turner gave a Holmes Phillip Johns Mike
he will filter Emory: a surprise bridal shower arrangement. The cake was piano displayed statuettes of dinner party for her and 10 Kitchens Susan Kitchens.
I I1IH'l"bitillUI, :Mrs David Friday afternoon, June 25, decorated in yellow and blue great composers which were guests.Outoftown. Richard Lashley Vickie .
11.11'1"1" \\'llIl'nter the Atlanta from 2:30: to 4 p.m. given by The guests were employeesof given to the performers at the guest was Moseley. Bobby Patterson.
School! III>l Art the employees of the TaxCollector's the court house Mrs. Peggy close of the recital.A Deiter Brotz of Fairbanks, Mike Sanders Mike Sherman
-------------- office. Shaller assisted in serving. Alaska.
reception was held in the and Gloria Strickland.
Sunroom for the pupils their Accompanying the group NEW j
Mr. and Mrs Terry Hughesand The party was held in the The hostesses presented the parents and friends. -------------- were: Linda Adkins, Linda
children of Atlanta were Tax Collector's office where honoree with an electric The lace covered Mrs. Blanche Otto of Seminole Christopher Margie Crosby
Saturday visitors of Mr and the refreshment table was mixer as a memento of the refreshment table was spent last Tuesday to Joan Forsythe Mary Helen
Mrs. Leo Champion. covered with i a yellow linen occasion. centered with an arrangement Thursday with Mrs. L.A. Can- Griffis, Margaret John BUS STATIONIN

ova. Annette and Lynwood

Kitchens, Jerry McGriff,
Loretta Marchant, Larraine
Moseley,Louise Stapleton and
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Betty Sullivan.

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training,a course designed to businesses and official gov- until the following Monday,
meet Florida State Division of ernment offices will be closed.In July 12.Business.
Health requirements for ::
certification. a Telegraph survey this will resume next ...
week,the following businessessaid Tuesday,as usual.The Starke
Beginning June 30. 1 KMT\ I they will be open Monday City Council will meet Tues
training Mill meet for!9(1( hours : Piggly Wiggly, Winn- day night,July 6,at 7 p.m.The
and will be held Monday Dixie, Food Fair, Eckerd Chamber: of Commerce Boardof _
through Friday from 3:30:: to Drugs. Koch's Drug Store, Directors meets today
I.ao; p.m on the LCCC Mitchell's Drug Store, and (Thursday, July 1)) at 12:15:
campus. TG&Y rant.A p.m.. in the Garden Restau __
Government special of the _
' "enrollment employees will meeting
information
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City Community College!: 732- Lawtey City Council, was to meet with non-instruc : .John Schmidt John Schmidt Barbara Godwin Todd Schmidt Cana Schmidt Pflester. Charles C. Johns Mrs. Edward I Pfiester, Mrs. Jack' Eaves: Ill, Lynn I
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Retirement PartiesChief tl'"': 'y ,,' __ .u 60th Anniversary .;. ;-/t Mr. and Mrs. John A,
.. 0'" -,' ; : I I Ii Torode, Mr. and Mrs. S.G.
Warrant Officer In honor of the retirement of : Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gillispie ': I I ; '' .-. P_ Denmark, and Eugene L
Robert G. Paterson. Jr., Chief Warrant Officer Robert of Fort Meade, observed their .' ',',', ,_ >; .: ,, Matthews attended the open-
combined support G. Paterson, Jr. and Chief 60th wedding anniversary on V'fU"i"' ,'" ing of Guaranty Federal Savings -
maintenance shop foreman Warrant Officer Maurice Sunday June 20,with a family Ij h.J & Loan Association's new
and Chief Warrant Officer Wingate on June 25 a dinnerwas 1 1e dinner at the Peace River i branch office in Clearwater
Maurice Wingate combined held in the Branding Iron Country Club In Bartow. II Beach last weekend.
support maintenance Restaurant by the Bradfordand r rtt Mrs. Gillispie is the former r ,
armament shop foreman Columbia County chapter Mabel Colley daughter of the Mrs. James Barron of
were honored at a retirement Warrant Officer Association. late Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Colley -. Starke and sisters, Mrs.
dinner June 7 at Camp President Chief Warrant of Starke, and was married to J, 5L- --" ..' Martha Johnson of Miami and
Blanding given by the Officer Jack Eaves presented Mr. Gillispie on June 18, 1916 __ A Mrs. C.A. Bauer of Greenville.
of the combined appropriate gifts to the in the Methodist Church here.
personnel L t tr) Dana and Miss returned Saturday after
support maintainence shop retirees. 9l. i % One of their prized Attending Beta Sigma Phi convention and were Gene Cox, Keystone three weeks tour of the west
Florida National Guard. Approximately 13 Warrant l. possessions Is a clipping from Ellie JenkinsGainesville, and Cherie including 13 states. In San
Both men served together Officers were in attendancefrom the Bradford County Heights. Diego, Cal. they visited Mrs.
with the Florida National Bradford and Columbia Telegraph describing the Beta PhiAAembers Barron's son J. Lyle Anderson -
Sigma
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Guard in the 31st Infantry counties. wedding which took place on a and attended the weddingof
Division during WW2 Sunday morning at the homeof her granddaughter, Merry
mobilizing in Camp Blancingin the bride's parents on Attend ConventionBeta Alice Anderson to James H.
1940. There were separatedfrom 2 Students Earn Mr. and Mrs. Charles Partin Colley Road, with the Rev. Lava on June 12.
(Federal service in 'amp J.A. Hendry officiating. Gainesville. .
Standing five years later WM. Carey HonorsTwo After the ceremony "... the Sigma Phi Sisters of Following the plane trip L.C. Smith of Vidalia Ga.
Charles HonoredAt Florida held their state
after seeing service in the Partins happy couple departed to take from Miami to Nassau the and Mrs. Lorie Phares of Win-
convention the Nassau
at
South Pacific area. Starke area students, the 10:40: Seaboard express for evening "buffet under weekend
Friday Park were guestsof
Upon their retirement they Ronald O. Dyal and Susan G. Reception June 25 Palmetto, where they will Beach Hotel with, the Nassau West Palm the the stars" had as guest of ter their mother. Mrs. Henry
would have served over 33 Dyal, have been named to theDean's spend a few days before goingto Bahamas honor John Ross; Jr., grandsonof O'Hara.
Charles Partinof sunroom was covered with a Beach Council as hostesses.
Mr. and Mrs.
Fort Meade, their future who
List at William Ross
years each for the Florida Cary founder Bill
and
Deland former Starke lace banquet cloth Those attending includedMr.
National Guard.Approximately. College at Hattiesburg, home, The Telegraph IIh his wife. Lynn. of
attended
Montuoro Tampaand
Christie
bowl
residents, were honored centered with a silver The describedthe and Mrs. Gene Cox of
200 men and Mississippi, for the Spring shasta reported. paper Gene Cox was winner of a Hall of Gainesville
tan informal holding gloriosa and Keystone Heights and Mr. and Nancy
of guests a bride as one of Starke's"most and
semester
wives attended the dinner. 1976. door prixe
reception Friday evening held daisies. A crystal punch bowl lovable ladies"who Mrs. Dana Jenkins, dinner spent Sunday to Wednesdaywith
To be named to the Dean'sList young charms were
After the dinner
a
reception
at the Woman's Club of was placed at one end of the "active in church Gainesville. Cherie Cox is a commemorative their grandparents. Mr
was held at the Camp a student must attain a was presented to all Beta Sigma 1Irs.IdC! Baldwin.
Starke.Mr. table. member of Xi Iota Delta and
Club. grade point of 3.0 work and prominent in social the eveningBIR'I'IIS
Ulanding Officer's average during
Phi sisters
Hostesses were Mrs. P.L. in Starke and her
4.0. Partin was a former circles."The groom was "... a chapter
------ principal of Bradford High Bridges !Mrs. L.A. Canova prosperous farmer, a young mother Ellie Jenkins, belongsto !Miss Vicky Turner, who is
School and Mrs. Partin taughtin Mrs. Oscar Crosby, !Mrs. Ruth man of sterling worth, very Alpha Beta chapter in home for the summer from
DI'PI.ICATK HKIDCiK; 2)jJ YO-JflDfII the local school system. Frazier Mrs. T.T. Long. Mrs popular and much respected the University of Florida.
CIA'II RESULTS; Former students and Earl Searing Mrs. Johnnie wherever known" The two spent last week at Jacksonville
Mrs. Lex Green and Mrs. Mrs. L.M. Warren and chil- friends called during the Johns, 1lrs.Iaxine! Gibson, met while schoolmates in Mad. St. Groups Sellers of Beach and Panama CityBeach.
Sherrod Hamilton were the dren, Lee and Shawna and reception hours, 8 and 10 p.m. Mrs. W.H. Hart and Miss South Florida. Mr. and Mrs. R.E. .
winning couple at Duplicate Tammy Morrow of Dallas Highlighting points of Della Rosenberg. The Gillispies have many Starke announce the birth of a
Hold born
Bridge Tuesday night. Mrs. Texas were visiting Mr. and interest in the clubhouse were friends and relatives in the PartiesThe daughter Stephanie Gay Mr.and Mrs. La von Alvarezof
John Griffin and Mrs. W.H. Mrs. Leaton Morgan, Jr. from arrangements of summer ;] J Starke area who will be June 29 in Lake Shore Orlando were weekend
) l/ouYnow
Thomson were second and Tuesday; to Thursday while flowers. Tables were placed ; interested to learn of their Madison Street Baptist Hospital; guests of Mr. and Mrs. Owen)
Mrs. Bee Bonney and Mrs. enrnute to visit her parentsand around the auditorium for 60th wedding anniversary. Church third and fourth Stephanie is the granddaughter Alvarez. Jr.
Karen D. Gissy, daughter of of W.A. Gay, Sr. of
Bernice Kalfayan were third. relatives in Kissimmeeand visiting and refreshments. Sunday School class of Mrs. /
Tampa. The refreshment table in the !Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gissy of Charlene Blalock, !Mrs. Ilene Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Susan W. Nichols graduated
Starke, is among 3,011 students O'Steen and Mrs Mary Sue E.C. Sellers of Starke and June 19 from :North';
at Florida State University IA Tomlinson enjoyed an great granddaughter of !Mr. Florida University with a
who made the Dean's List afternoon of swimming and and Mrs. Marshall Gay of BAE degree.
for the spring quarter. The Frank Mitchell of Lakeland fellowship at the lake home of Fairbanks and :Mr. and Mrs.
rGrvTh Dean's List at FSU is an honor spent last Thursday to Sunday Ronnie and Mary Sue W.J. Epperson of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wigginswill
roll of students who grade with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Tomlinson last Saturday. ----- spend the weekend with
: averages are 'B' or 'A' for all Crews. The 13 children attending :Mr. and :Mrs Robert W. Mr. and Mrs. James Wigginsin
courses taken during the enjoyed swimming followed 1 White of Gainesville announcethe Jacksonville.
quarter.Mr. Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and birth of a son. Robert
and Mrs. Jerome Caw daughters, Dianne and Betsy, by an early supper. Wl'sley'hIte., Jr., born June Edger Crowson of Winter
and Beth McRae of Starke in Alachua General
of and 23 Haven was visiting his bro-
thon and son, Jay Covington -
Ga. were weekend guestsof Mrs. Danny Davis of Crest- The young married church Hospital Grandparents are ther, Claude Crowson in Brad
family centersLLLLLlUliLL Mr. and Mrs. Howard view spent Saturday to Mon- training class of the Madison :Mr. and :Mrs Olin White of ford County Hospital on Monday -
:Meyer. day at St. Augustine Beach. Street Baptist Church held a Starke and Dr. and :Mrs. and Tuesday. Their sister.
cookout and "50's" party last Herbert Chapman of !Mrs. W.W. Sellers of Burlington. -
!Mrs. R.W. Underill and son Laurie Loven of Wood- Saturday evening at the homeof Wachulla. N.C. will be here over the
: : s fall. 1LLLLLL! :l. David of Indiatlantic and Mr. bridge, Va. is guest this weekof Ed and Julie Hlpphn er. Mr--and---:Mrs.- Randy weekend.
,. TI..I.MI.C..DII..UC. and Mrs. J.S. Walker and son, Cindy Edwards at Kingsley The theme of the "50's" era
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S. 301 S. .r;I? Starke, FI a. ,< Will ;>"* Our ".".,|polity" ''I W tf I.m M.. Mfiliu, Steve of Fort Lauderdale and Lake. was carried out in the music: Newland of the Lake birth Butler of a Friends of Mrs. Richard 1CVclty
Prices Good In All /' nippy -10 II "Nw""lw"'N. .'""...<"*'!,"."2NtNIw." '.!*... Kathy Underill and Wit Men- and dress. announce Katherine \ w ill regret to hear of the
.n. d 'iki tfMM.
*" daughter.
T.C.&Y. Family Centers :J ..(..*IwMIw/ I Is:''',,,,,. ,. II Vu*''NM .UWttWItt...MM *(yr"'r Hardy spent Friday to Sundayat .H. Ward of Cocoa Beach whodied
have been visitors of Mr. event. (
M I "M 'pMM
While Quantities Last! \.. .. J :: .. .:, : ;ww.r: Grand Bahamas. Alachua General Hospital.
wnutn ".ew' Freeport
nA /
,. rwt P,,.S.. I .. ."AMI N/IIU.INM, .,.,......" II.IMMhtf and !Mrs. J.n. Moncrief. ..... suddenly :Monday morn
,, ...#' ,t t."4T 19 ttt that. jvt MI wwf .IA,, ,twit laeala- ------,'-" ing
._ ItaluaEM:: III'' I L vl ,..1111 I [ 1', I"" tIolI seaaoDl\ TONUa! Ill'! :
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:Mrs. Freda ;Norman; "spent
the weekendMth :Mr and
:Mrs :Marklee :Norniiin; in

leisure suits Rolljhel = = T Hampton.Miss .

,: : \Denise> \\ nld'I'I h..
has finished: her internship ,il
J .r the Atlanta Speech School in

and shirts Drums ,- degree Atlanta in received Speech her l\ithnlog\ni.is.ter

June 12 at the Florida Stair
r. l'nnersityRobby.

t booa looking leisure suits superbly styled! Coordinating leisure "- Z,
Chris and :Michelle
;hirt< ,m many .olois prints fabrics and sizes. A big 'plus" for ,
of
Genereux
your wardrobe and budget! : Fora 'j"I SpringlicldMass
are spending the
summer with their grantlparents.
:Mr. and :Mrs Robert
t Green Joining the Inmih
Great over the weekend I were :Mr
and :Mrs .Iimim Howe and
family of S.mlorii

:Mr and Mrs. ('urti-
Occasion P Edwards were in Dcslm Kl.i
Friday to Sund.lYl're :Mr
I I Edwards manager of tin
Holiday Inn attended the

;,,1J 117t board of director's meeting 01

% 1 the Association.Mr Florida. Hotel/ and\ Motel:


: and :Mrs. Joseph :Mont
wicks and Family of Harrisburg
Pa were :'oillnd.01'1'
night guests of :Mr :and :Mrs
l It O. DansbyMr

: and :Mrs. Ralph J Dar
ley and daughters Sandra and
Marla left Tuesday lor
America
Cherokee. N C. to join :Mr and
:Mrs. Jerry E Redding, for a

_,. week's vacation.Local .
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I admittances to \Bradford
--. -- % 200 YearsOf County Hospital/ this
week include: Mrs. KluatiHh
\S' Thornton :Mrs. Celia Redding.,
/ Haiford; Mrs. Belva Lloyd
-- and :Mrs. Doris :Nipper;
-I Hampton; :Mrs Gail Manning
and \\ illiam Glenn III of lake
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Butler; :Mrs. Beverly Franlz
I Lake Geneva; Merle: Pack

1 Freedom ham Jr. Keystone Heights.Mrs. .
: Doris Stewart Ualtxin
Edwards. Claude 'rowson.
F.rnest: Bonawandt. Henry
i Payne Richard Lee and
Joseph Warren of Starke.
Guaranty Federal celebrates

!Mrs. Arlin McKnight spent
the past two weeks in Alexandria
Va. visiting her son-in-
law and daughter, Col. and

) 20 Years Of Service daughter.Mrs. Don Mrs.Koretz Koretz and and

daughter. Manya, returned
with Mrs. McKnight for sev

See the lifestze American bald Eagle hand carved eral weeks visit. On Wednesday -
I and Thursday they, with
David McKnight, visited Disney
by Rev. M.E. Drake of Starke, on display in our lobby World.


Tuesday, July, This magnificent carving will be Mrs. R P. McLendon is in
Blowing Rock N.C. for several
I I weeks her son
visiting
placed display the Bicentennial Collection in the and McLendon.family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim


Great Hall Of The White House, Washington, D.C.
Mr. and Mrs. F.II. Kramer
Starke 395 W. Madison St. and Mrs. A.J. Barry and son.
,\..., Drew and daughter, Adriannewere
Gainesville: t \ L.I in Holiday Fla. Sundayand

Guaranty 3300 S.W. Archer Road -mH: AW4NLy.a Monday attending the
ltNDtIN 50th wedding anniversary of
220 N. Main/3501 W. University Ave. !Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dressler

FederalSavings I Keystone Heights: Lawrence Blvd. & Sylvan Way tSEE

Starke 395 W ,, Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews
Madison
Street
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& Loan Association Lake Bullet ---.- and Saturday visiting Mr. and

Mrs. Lowell Mathews and
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lived WASHINGTON-up to its New York MOM fir HOMI CIHTIX iY GOSH THEY
reputation as t POT
uninhibited "Fun. City" even 42kw. A Dj- c
in the good old days.
Founded by the Dutch In tcEYBTONEHt ,FLORIDA 5 4s, HOUSE TRAILER RE /

1624 New York's predecessor ,
New Amsterdam attractedmostly JsI / h nn/N/r, ,
"rough and /M/, mn /In r '/57
unrestrained" hired hands p
who worked at drinking and
revelry paying little attention
to farming and building the
National Geographic Society
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Then I as now, the general 'H 'a

shrewd merriment land speculators didn't prevent from .: .;i;;:' ;..

fleecing( the unwary Peter .;;::...:.;:::
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Drove (Hard

the The Indians clever to put Dutchman Bargain their "X"got on 4t 12 Wide Mobile Home With Monthly Payments Under

a sales agreement for all y

exchange Manhattan's for 22.000 trade acres goods--in 4 4 $1flfl Down Payments As Small As 10% DOWN

probably hatchets cloth J.W Pe Mo.
metal pots and bright beads--
valued at about $24. Today the
same land sells for around $24a
square Inch. John About TheWhich

probably The following wondered year if he Mmuit had Honey Moon SpecialAsk Includes Television Stereo Fully Furnished

made a good deal By then
nearly 3011)( people jammedNew Even Dishes & Linens ,

smelled: Amsterdam of garbage The and village the By Lows S alenamanA National Geographic . -

litter of roaming livestock
outrageously "a rough lot
Kowdics and Indians noised
who have to be kept at work by -
around the ever popular r-w-t Take the
lau-rns official force complained a Dutch o

Just oust Ide the village the

!more egetahles ambitious to and raise flowers settlersotruggl'd grain on English: town Found prospered TownhousesThe despiteits & c.x: .& C Family and Go. .

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small boweries or farms. The boisterous population.When
farms long since have been the English took controlin I
1604 and renamed it New
survives pa\('d over as the but Uowery the district York many of the city's 1,500 tflt f I
l dtsSHOPPING
people were living in a
In Now: Amsterdam's early fashionable town houses. Neat LLLL-0 U T D
sears, only the (Dutch West windmills churned the skieson

India ('ompany's agents had the outskirts. LlitiliL-lllili: ( : tL (
the right to trade for furs with The British stepped up the .
the*Indians or vv ith Plymouth already profitable trade in CENTER
or lor tobacco from furs with the Indians and J J July I 4 t h Weekend I
J.i most own. expanded harbor facilities. u. S. 301 S. 'Starke, Fear
Few Dutchmen jumped at Quays fringed the East River PRICES GOOD THRU JULY 4IM
offers of an arduous sea trip to which was less exposed to the
'America to work at low pay on sea than the Hudson
company farms. The Provisioning foreign ships '
company therefore became big business. ***
\\l'cunu'tll1l'w! settlers of any The mills ground grain to *
nationality! and the city was a flour and a cluster of bakeries -' NN/'I
melting pot long before the converted the flour into
great was(\ ot immigration hartack for outbound voyages.
rived' in th 1'Mh'! century TENNISSET
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As many as 18 languages :.Middle School I ILtaL''f **
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could be hoard in town :Mostly ,
i mat or seafaring men thenewcomers *
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I livedBKOOKKK i Summer SCHHIOIISB !!!! 6cSa ati0r *** ***

ou. **

:iii :.Monday *
uqaY vM, *
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: ell' oegt' ler set TO hL'umre *
A summer school session 'Jude ina racket witt,I age *)f **
IIN BKIKF starts :Monday. July 5. at 8 C 'e"' "Ion stmg and three term ** *
a.m. at Bradford !Middle bat ** ***
By Jeannette Prescott School to offer students credit I ** ** r& t1
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for Principal promotion Jesse Moore.according to ((ail 1 CHARCOAL BRIQUETS
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ISItOOKMt!: lt\l'riST Classes will be in session d77f We Will *
REVIVAL!: Adds delicious flavor to your
Hrooker Baptist ('hurch"iII !Monday through Friday from Be ** barbecue 10 f Baa Q
hold revival Ham. until noon. Languagearts -, Open ** 93
a starting tod.1YI *
and mathematics will be *
(Thursday July I 1)) at 3 pm. SPECIAL PRICE! BAG
offered 4th *
and running through the SET Sunday July is .
The summer session is
werkendServices\. being' offered primarily to *** _,. 9" PAPER PLATES
also set at 3 *
are 12:00: to 6:00: I
allow students to make up ...
and .r ,
pm Friday Saturday :M" "
I. t c1 YpakageT&l
July J.4. and at 11 a.m. Sunday subjects. so they can be promoted :' : : 22" ROTARY CHaRCOaL l 'utioouerl I In sheUMIT3PKGS Q
July 4. Some 41 students who Monday 9:00: To 9:00: 67
failed two or more subjects 1 BRIQUETS PIG.I .
SELF PROPELLED .
are being offered the oppor r?
IIU.\ULEt: : ('OXnuIIuns
: :\ : IIIKTIID VVliradlee tunity to make up the needed 'I J.- --0, f J'
work and to be promoted.
Cox celebrated his '""" TENNiS-sHOES /
There are no restrictions on MOWER
11th blrthd.IYIondol: )'. June
class size, however so any \
21 with a swimming party
student enroll
given by his parl'nts.\Ir! and can FOAM CHEST -
:Mrs Tommy Cox The guests S Sell propelled 3''. H P push White
were served hamburgers \ mower 22' cut crib 4 $199 l 8 VII"'capaclt ly Wthmolcleillardtc -
cake and ice cream. N position.. height adjustment, (Or Black /, iahteiiht I ,| '
8 wheels /
:Mrs Tom Steele of VeroHeach FLORIDATHEATRE ,, '- 1
was visiting relatives
June 15-18, Including her UICE.ARIA( JSO SQUURt I INCH COOKING LOW TG&Y.'s PRICE 99 ct .
daughters and their families:
-
HUMID 'roi EAST[ USSKSII
:Mr and :Mrs :Mell Vickeryand -
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. 5 Area Auto Accidents Leave One Man DeadThe Z Harold 1-.seal-- -Waters- Youths Harold, Jr.,Watersof 'son Attend of 28 Thursday,State and, 4-H July will 1.Council return on I

Mr. and Mrs During this forum, Harold
,
Cindy Bryan
Florida Highway Patrol Brooker, was struck from skidded off the wet pavementnear Hospital Thursday night The accident occurred when Highway Patrol took place daughter Hampton of, and Mr. and Mrs. will be participating in the
reported three accidents in behind by a truck driven by the intersection of SR- Identity of the second car's Faust's vehicle failed to stop Wednesday, June 23, on SR- Lloyd Bryan of Starke are following sessions :
Bradford County but no ser Julie Harper Johns, 21, of 225, after breaking to avoid driver is not known.A at the intersection of SH-18 at 121 one-half mile south of Lake representing Bradford County Parliamentary Procedure
ious Injuries were reported.A Olustee. According to the Flo- hitting a passing westboundcar. two car collision on June SIl-241, and was struck on the Butler. this week at the Florida 4.11 Understanding People, and
June 25 mishap on SR-21 rida Highway Patrol report, The tractor-trailer rig 25 five miles west of Worth- left side by Sweat's car, traveling Michael Mart Mills, 21, of Teen Leadership Forum. Presenting Yourself. Cindy
one mile west of Keystone McCammon said he did not slid into a pine thicket and ington Springs on SH-18 east on 1MB at 55 mph. Palatka escaped l Injury when The teen forum Is held at the will participate in
Heights involved Frank Ilgen, see the Johns' truck in time to came to rest with a tree felled resulted in the death of he lost control of a tractor- University of Florida. Harold Communication, Presenting
65. of Keystone Heights and stop because of rainy weather across the roof of the cab. William Edward Faust 23 of According to the Florida trailer. According to the and Cindy left Monday. June Yourself, and Green Circle
John Barr Anthony, 24, of conditions. Moore received only slight Immokalee and minor injuries Highway Patrol report report, the wheels dropped off
Gainesville.The Impact caused both vehiclesto injuries and was released to Vernon Lamar Sweat Sweat's 1967 Ford truck had the pavement and Mills rolled
Barr auto struck Ilgen'scar skid off the highway with from the Bradford County 19, of Lake Butler SHIM) in damages, and Faust's the truck onto its side trying to VOTERREGISTRATION
in the left rear when he the truck coming to rest on its 1972 Ford truck sustained get it back on the roadway.
was unable to blow enough to roof. Neither drivers were in- $1,400 in damages. Mills was charged with
allow Ilgen to turn left into a jured.A Another Union County accident failure to use due care while
private drive. No injurieswere Phone Rate Hike ProposedThe reported by the Florida driving. DRIVEDEADLINE
reported.The Silver Springs man

second Bradford escaped serious when injury last Florida district of the long distance calls themselves TO REGISTER IN ORDER TO VOTE IN
his
Thursday tractor-
and the installation of
County accident occurred trailer skidded off the road Continental Telephone which automatically SEPTEMBER 7 AND SEPTEMBER 28 PRIMARIES IS
Monday afternoon, June 28, while trying to avoid a collision Company of the South equipment WITH THE
four miles west of Starke on with another automobile. announced that it has filed a identifies for billing purposes Goats JULY 24, 1976. IN COOPERATION
rate increase with the phone from which a BROOKER HAMPTON
SU-100.( A vehicle driven by Julian Moore, 60, was travel proposal call is made. MUNICIPALITIES OF
Craig Allen McCammon 25, of the Florida Public Service being rt BRADFORD COUNTY
ing east on SR-100 when he LAWTEY AND STARKE THE
Commission (PSC) on June r-314'
30. Charles Titmus, manager of ELECTIONS OFFICE IS SPONSORING A VOTER
the Continental office serving f DRIVE TO BE HELD AT THE
. Bus Policy UnchangedInsurance The rate increase for residential Bradford County, said, "We : For REGISTRATION
customers would be have eliminated quite a few FOLLOWING LOCATIONS:

$3.80 per month; $3.20 per multi-party lines since I have Office
$ at of' Election
coverage could with the board's insurance a- month for two-party lines; been here (Feb. 1976)). They V Supervisor
not be arranged so the Brad gent. $9.20 for four and five party bring in more revenue per I Monday thru Friday
ford County school board in a Thus the Bradford County 4- lines; and $9.10 per individualline line but are more prone to SaleFor 8:30: a.m. la 5:00: p.m.
meeting Friday June 25, decided Her's left Monday for 4-H per month for business need repair since four parties .t
to leave its school bus camp at Cherry Lake in Duval customers. are using it instead of one JULY1THURSDAYWinn
policy unchanged. County school bus. t Dixie Store 9 am 12 NOON
Present policy of the board The insurance company, William Roach, president of The most recent Continental Breeding, Milking, JULY2 FRIDAY
prohibits use of Bradford State Farm, said the policy the Continental TelephoneCo. rate increase was last July, Barbecuing land Fla. Bank at Starke 9 im-12 NOON-4-4 pm
school buses by groups outside could not be extended to cover ., said that the proposed when the PSC approved 'y clearing. You Name It. Lawtey City Hall .. lpm-3pm
the school system. groups or other organizationseven increases must still be studiedby increases for residential ser- We Have It.Phone. JULY6TUESDAYThe

Several groups involving though students were the PSC before being put vice from $7.50 $8.30; two Apartments, Reno 'am 12 NOON
students in activities such as involved. State Farm representative into effect. party from $6.75 $7.45; four 964.7066 Lawtey City Hall . . 1pm3pmJULY
4-H and Boy Scouts petitioned Merritt Williams saidif He said the new rates comeas and five party from $6.75 r James Peterson
the board for rental of the the school board charged a a result of service improve- $7.35; and business lines from WEDNESDAY
buses, but the present policy fee, the insurance would not ments and expansion pro- $11.75 $15.75 per line. Piggly Wiggly Store 9 am 12 NOON
prohibits that practice. The cover the use of the buses. grams, including eliminationof Continental expects that it Hampton City Hall 9 am 12 NOON
This Nanny Goat and two kids be seen at the Peterson Lawtey City Hall 1 pm 3 pmJULY
special meeting Friday was The board decided it would multi-party service, installation will take several months can
called to see if the policy couldbe not be economically feasibleto of a computerized before the PSC reaches a decision home on Park Street. THURSDAY
changed to accomodatesuch allow use of the buses to switching system which regarding the proposed Itp7l: Winn Dixie Store 9 am-12 NOON
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I Waldo Wins Machine Second In Slow Pitch Tourney I


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Nearly matching last Kelley took home thetournament's for the most home runs during involved there. They played a Hasty Green put two runs
weekend's GM: was ahead by 15 runs in momentum going and we lost tourney play with a 24-2 win
superior Most Valuable the tournament, both socking fine but we played across the plate in the fifth
performance at the game the top of the fifth inning and some of our concentration," over Luke City's Jiffy
Invitational Lakeland Player trophy. eight over the outfield fence. better," Hatcher said. inning to make the score 144. would have won the game if Hatcher said of the lengthy Junction. Player Billy Sanford
tournament, "I'm not taking anything That Is Carlton's second After a scoreless first But the Machine tallied five
Green Machine men's they had held Action scorelessin scoring spree. hit two home runs and went 4-
pitch Softball team took slow away from" them, they're a round-trip trophy in as many Inning, Hasty Green put one runs in their next at-bat, with the bottom of the fifth, The Machine began the for-4 at the plate. Claudelle
fine team, GM coach Harry tournaments run across the plate in the top Carlton knocking a two-run
!second place at according to the IS-run rule. championship game Sunday Hhoden began an B-for-8
Starke's
12-team invitational own Hatcher said after losing the After being knocked into the of the second inning. GM homer that ended the game But Action scored in their ate afternoon against Waldo by hitting streak that lasted
softball final game to the Waldo club. losers bracket early by losingto came back strong by scoring After knocking Main Street
tournament June bat and GM had to bat again. scoring three runs in the first through their next game
25-27. "On any given day any team Casa Decor 13-13: in the nine two of them Radiator of Jacksonville
Waldo men's slow runs out That they did, and scored 21 inning.!: Stymied by Waldo's against King Construction of
pitch can beat anyone. We didn'tgive second game, the Machine Douglas homers of the losers bracket by
team won the a runs after going through the good playing on the field GM Jacksonville.That .
competition, them the game on errors, .came back by beating GM player Don Falcon kept score of 21-2 GM
finishing 8.0 in the easily batting order two and one-half got a needed break in the top game was Hasty
Greene Hasty they won it. hometown rival Hasty Green the scoring alive by hitting a whipped Action Welding by a times (If the sixth inning after Green's linal win, 11-9, as
sponsored GM's Kenny Carlton and 19.4 in the fourth game. two-run homer the next margin of 422. But the
invitational. Waldo's Keith victory "It really had a detrimental Handall McGee's! home run their hitting began to fade,
Eddie Douglas shared honors "There was. a rivalry inning. did more harm than good. effect on us We had A Waldo error sent Bobby Sibley said.

'* ---- Stevens home on a Douglas 7'hethird game ended in a (-
L ( iiiliL" double. In the same inning, 7 loss against Action Weldingof
l GM's: Don Falcon knocked a Jacksonville. The best JIG
A HELPING HAND home run, sending in runners player in the baiter's box was
Douglas and John Watson, Andy Harmon who went 3for4. -
tying the game 99. .
We are qualified in helping a family to clear In the bottom of the sixth Sibley said HG's 19.4 loss to
up many matters In which most families don't inning with two Waldo men on Green Machine was due to
know about base, a Tyler single broke the poor hitting and to left-fielder
1. We take the surviving to Social tie Waldo second baseman Sanford's injured ankle.
spouse ? A Kevin Kelley loaded the bases "They were up lay ball,
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+ J f with a single, and a Benny and they just hit well" Sibley
2. We apply for the Veteran's benefits for the Hadley fly to left field added said, explaining his team's

widow, pension, flog, grave marker, etc two more runs nine hits compared to GM's
3. We help families with insurance forms, By the end of the inning 15.
which have to be typed and notarized. Waldo led 179. Green Sibley said of the Waldo
Machine's chances were kept champions, "They deservedto
These are lust a few of the added services alive
: by a Jim Garlington win, they played
which we are glad to provide in helping a family double which sent in two exceptionally good softball."
in any way we can runs, and by home runs put Leading hitters for Hasty
: I r LY t 1 over the fence by Carlton and Green were /Khoden and
Stevens. Two more runs were Sanford with .001)), and Claude
Archer Funeral added to the GM total,, Hardee and Terry Knimles
Home ti' bringing the score to 15-17 with .583.)
DOYlE M. ARCHER, l.F.D with Waldo ahead. Coach llalclu-r of' Green
Lake Butler I : Then came a crucial play in Machine commended Falcon
Florida te which Waldo barely snagged a who finished the tourney witha
496-2008 McGee fly to center field, .63i( batting average. lie said
496-2056 leaving GM: with one out Falcon played well when
remaining. Waldo ended the called to fill in lor other
upon
Funerals Monuments Waldo men's slow pitch softball team won the Starke was awarded the Most Valuable Player award.
game by throwing a GM: players.
Invitational
Tournament June 25-27. Waldo player Keith Kelley
runner out at first base, and "It's a big change (for him
players from both dugoutsmet he's getting adjusted and it is
at midfield for the paying off," he said.
traditional handshake. Leading( hitters for GM; were
Hasty Greene did not do as Ronnie Griggs with .81:1.:
well as their hometown Carlton with .767 and Randall

the S irit of Savin s'76 counterparts finishing the Symonds with ,lii>7

het FOOD tournament" difficult 2.2.ICs to put on a tournaments Both teams will this compete weekend.in

tournament and play in it GM;: traveling to Cocoa tor the
too," manager Lane Sibley Firecracker Invitational and
said.Hasty Hasty Green going to
Green began their Macclenmlor

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01.! llttlM. ,"..,,,! I II I IK t
.79 record to 200. Uadcock ing of this month
Lamb Roast COMPARE 0151511505 ,0Y M?
took second
IOR Mc1v YI TO Furniture place
Paul '" Meat ran'k s. American Cheesed 98 Brooker followed in the third Lurrooll.lohn.t/n
'/Hill* 68 < 78 spot finishing\ the season of

Dressed. WhitingSup .. 59C I0 Orange"Juice"; 398cnHiimiibim / ,. / Starke sponsored Recreation league Department play 9- Win i Women.. Tiili-l

Ocean e Perch Fillets ,M19 WATER ADDED 3/ob "' 11
Quarter Oleo / Two teams that entered the Winners in the Starke
league/ during the second half Recreation Department
nl the season I Devrick Auto sponsored Women's Tennis
r DUcawnt so' o iu ii ii'' io i r (Parts and the Senior Boys, Doubles Tournament June :22!:!
FRESH PORK unshed( with records of 2-6 acre J'Lene LalToon. and 'a\l'
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% with just t one victory Tatum took second place with

SMALL ** OUI SI2I BkJ _ _ _ _ :Men's League play finished: Loretta Ross coming/ in third
early this year due to the upcoming Places were determined on a
/ sub-district tournaments point total basis with each
to be held in Imd..Julcouhlpt'hmlnation \' player earning one point lor
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( t'K TELEGRAPH July I, 1918
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i; l\IodiMOI1 Street, without a percent turnout for this
population, I feel that this is your home county tournament Lake Kerr is
SPQRTSa S:I: First Baptist Tier another drastic blow to the license? What is good the for the beautiful lake, located near
IIW: LWEEEI [ future generation who are goose is also good for gan- Salt Springs in the Ocala
: conservative-minded and love der. National Forest.
Madison Street Baptist and to fish. I understand Pat Welch'sdad
First Baptist are tied with 6-1 rather sick. I Wishing everyone an
who has been
records as they begin the last ; I L 0'ifrn( Anyone can afford a to hear of enjoyable and safe Fourth and
/ L:; .!0 boat or buy fishing tackle at certainly am sorry Bicentennial weekend.
week of league play in the the rate it is selling for, most this, knowing Mr. Welch has
.::::::::::;:::i: :i::: :i:::::::::::!::::::): :;:::i i;i:1::;:iii:::m1Wn: :W \:1iii1t.U5:::;\\: ::: Men's Softball League assuredly can afford $3.25 a to be really sick to be placedon Bass wishes
The standings of the remaining I R year for a license. the sick list. We certainly Neil Crawfordthe
teams have not been by Neil CrawfordI'm I have a letter in my possession wish Mr. Welch a speedy
determined due to postponed from Mr. Odgen Mills recovery.
Gatorettes; Tie Merchants games which will be re Phipps of the Game and Fresh Mr. William Jackson andson
scheduled.The Water Fish Comission. Leroy, were at Rodman Od1 nai
Church League July 2 sure with the with caution, since the traffic In this letter said they bream-
Mr.
I IN- l.atorettes; tied the lnI cond-half i if they win the July 6 Phipps Monday
game was pushed back to July Bicentennial celebration will be heavier. and
'prudent !Merchants in theILI states that the employees of fished most of the time
game. and has Morgan Road facing approaching this weekend PS) I'm sure most of us the Game Commission about 20 bream and
I of the season tohire Those two teams are caught
i game finishedthe Presbyterian at 7:30. The 8:45 there will be numberof would like to be here for the said the
: : a
great under paid and that three bass. They both
i the lead in the Women'sM second half of league play they are ) :
Softball Le.. with identical 9.2 records. game features Morgan Road boats on the water, some next 100 years (more or less). doing the best possible job grass is very bad in Rodman. tS'
M The taking on Madison Street. fishing, but most of them will Well, it looks like the Itgis- the last
by the Stare Recrea- Stumpnockers third with the facilities at hand.If July 10 is the date of ( I\\ ..
"r't were at 3-
"it i I)('parln1l'nt. 7, and Brooker last with a 2-9 The winner of the First be out for pleasure.So lature has completed another their is a shortage of tournament of this season. .J _-
Baptist-Madison Street the weekend political mission that will _
as money and facilities, why The tournament will start at c.;: .
willr record.
\ playoff game July 6 \ .c'1f
double-header on July 8 will approaches and decide to allow County residents to fish \
at 8
,, (the Uatori-ttes the you does the legislature support B a.m. sharp,and end p.m.
determine the Men's Church boating or fishing it will be with cane poles within home at
go such bills? All boats will launch
? I nod half championship if Sub-district playoffs for theWomen's "The best place to find a
League second-half champ- to your advantage to county without fishing license. If it is law at Lake
that
a fish Moorhead Landing
'1\,, The :Merchants must you can
win. Open League have ion. manuever across the water With the decline in the fish in home helping hand Is al the end of
1'1,1\i a best two-out-of-three not been scheduled, but will\ beheld county without a Kerr. "
ann.
"ii' K-S July R to take the se- in July. license, why can't you hunt in I would like to see 100 your


AMI&Xt c l'' IHCAY > ECKERD'S SOOTH STORE AMERICAS SOOTH BIRTHDAY

. Gent. J \n.'h''l..ends Dixie Youth ? ZMMgt&i


the Starke Recreation of rained-out games may FINAL *
''p.irtinc'nt sponsored Dixie cause delays. THREE BI GELEBJJ'ION
\Mith,,,, Baseball league nears The Recreation Department
did'end! of its season with Gem announced that the DYB pro-
K I ,iM-lry on top 4-2. while the grams party will\ take place I DAYS
u ninimng four teams are all July 14, with trophies and ;
'nil 1 with three losses each. awards being presented to the
I League play is scheduled to boys that participated in the *
.
II l July 2. but rescheduling program. iM" f p- 7i7& :

_

. llsit'hunt.lli.in In Alaeliiiii Tourney 60. 75
EEt .. OR 100

Indl'pl'ndantll'l'l'hants: finishing behind the sponsor BOTTLE OF 100 ICoppertonlCoppertonei) WATT
'..ok second place in an team, the Genuine Pests of J
\l u hua softball tournament Alachua. Additional honors TYLENOLTABLETS !
i i .iting .rival Galon-ties tw ice were given to Merchant left-
fielder Jean Hudson Suntan lotion
>-i!weekend. Betty as
I Merchants: finished 3-2 she won the tournament Most
the Hi team tourney. Valuable Player award.
Limit 1 Bcttl '

COPPERTONE SYLVANIA5UNT COOL RAY i
. IMi\.ical Kdiirntioii Offered For Credit: >
*$ AN INSIDE FROST SUNGLASSES
Ur.ullord High, School is off- will receive one-half credit. Q
i tic: .1 I summer physical edu- Those attending 120 hours will # LOTION OIL LIGHT BULBS Lao. for uortmant mtrt and of woman.Hylai.ttiapn Praiant and thu '
or
jiion program in which receive one full credit. coupon and gi SI 00 off iht regular price
t ulcnts may participate in a The program is available Lotion promotM fast tan.Oil p*.*you REG.2/92-LIMIT2BULB$ of any adult tunglaitei. (anc.pt clip-om).
\ ..iriftot recreational I sports only to students entering vK .i ade.paanddarks,tin.Limit 1 '
!">n! tip to one lull credit. grades 9-12. and those wishingto SgtfV* ,Lt+ + 'Jan 100
I"> ,attendance is not attend should sign up at the l
ijinred.' but tudl'ntsho BUS Field House July 5. Thereis II.!
,iMciul' .1. total of (liO hours'miim no charge for the summer I 47
: the :30-cU.v program program.
LIMIT ONI WITH
LIP Coupon Good Thru Saturday t
July 3rd. 1976 I
. (.001 XT (; er\Vin* !Lake! City: Hare o QUENCHERSMOISTURIZING *


-'Io,..ke's Goober; Carver; left Garver and two other Starke -n'y
I .iki'. City winner following racers placed fifth through
I""i- I H."t'placl') finish in the seventh in the Limited late U LIPSTICK GALAXY OSCILLATING SELFPROPELLEDPOWER '
I 1 nniti'il Sports. Feature e\ent :Model division at the Lake Limit 1
I the ("olumbial'ount)' Rjce- City Speedway. In order, they 12-INCH FANS '-
.1\! I I' nd.lJ, UlIl' 2.:; are. Roger Chandler A.C. ((% ,
II"I following evening :Morrow and Goober Garver. L 1.J 99 BLADE THREE MODEL SPEED THREE"V ERtElt


. Man Drtnt'iis In liotii Mixlian < a' t TOOTHBRUSH. 2 4 $$ t 4 3 1'139*5 cyclt"HP 88 to 3"moo/lor.and culling.Adiuili Stilton Rig.


I lie body of Williamnlmit. boat and towing a water skier, ''""' ChooM Firm or Medium
I' 17. of 10341) 1 Haverid fell from the craft when the d 7v. # brittln.A ott d \ \ ,,, L'
,
I load. Jacksonville, was boat swerved to pick up the ? 4--* color REG. 29 99
MTed from the waters of skier who had also fallen. > L LIMIT ONE
--\1',11'\. Lake! shortly before
'" "n i Monday; by Clay: County Witnesses, two of which PEPPERMINT '
'I I ,ill t I s dll'I'S'nut of Green were in the boat when the incident O OR SPEARMINT MX. COFFEE
:springs t allowing a boat- happened, said Padgett CRASS CATCHER 7"Conon
.,u: .ii'cidi-nt t Hull occurred couldn't swim and that he was (-I-) 3-ROLL PACK ; COFFEEMAKER- drill. Fi motl power mowed '
"rrLn, annincl2'M. \ : p m unable to grab the life jacket PACK OF 30DATTIME R.g 999HEAVY :.
\, fording III l i a' !report. from thrown to him. F ROLAIDS PAMPERS L" Model '
I"" hcnfl's" oil ice. witnesses The boat had just been purchased MC'i i is!Ll DUTY
I"" il 1 thai P.idiictt. who EatnMwMnl
was
by Padgett a few daysafore MAKES rMPOWER
,iluig' up winkdrivinf/ the the accident. ft ANTACID 99 fit with tap custom**.Limit* 10 CUPS

._-_.- 1 Bon 288 8 EASY FASTInea 'AND LCEDGER I.! .
t 39 ea =
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MAGIC Needle aNt J, HOME UNITi wocuiw POLAROID P, Rig Bnggi 10997& Strtlton

Oa BLOODPRESSURE '
NEEDLE Point a,VLA Limit 3 Roll i : KIT SUPER .

ClassesStarting Os SHOOTER DISSTON GRASSSHEARS

w S ? gg CONVENIENT BRILLIANT COLOR ( /i Veuuu
SI TAKINO ,
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., STRUCTION BOOKLIT :

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FofRea 'ration Information REGULAR OR SUPER RIGHT GUARD RIGHT "EGSIASCORDLESS, l

BOX OF 40TAMPAXV> GUARD POLAROID 108 '

Call 9646300Other Q TALC OR COLOR FILM "lIfT
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53 BRONZE 15 IN. COMPACT
DEODORANT ._ ,.
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Classes PACK OF EIGHT BOW
LIMIT ONE 469 SAW
TAMPONS x- STOCKUPNOWFOR
4 JULY 4THIVASELINE 7/
Forming In Near Future m Limit 1 a0K JI" VOS NON-AEROSOL r.- 8 CUTS FORWAHOAND ON

18
HAIR SPRAY BACK
The Magic Needle SYLVANIA WAROSTHOKESBEG J 39

"rit- ,. -'Rj 964.6300 964-514V / ,. 8 OZ SIZE- FLASH BAR l' '
7 9 LIMIT ONE f' t

,17 9 TEN GUARANTEED LYSOL ,'.--- '
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N' s u FLASHES TOILET BOWLCEPACOL !
'-: '
r fL: SALE Q I CLEANER ltI fie..
1 HA'PfT1ME ,

.,'J"ii.: -l, CAKE DECORATING On Wilton SUPPLIESWe S II r 67'' WASH 2O GARGLELIMIT OZ AND MOUTH Cepacol'CUTfX TRAYO44 6 4 24 OZ LIQUIDDISINfECTAMf f' -v-i

ONE. '
r"4tt'AI REG REG 87TUKTUWAX f_ ..
/ 3 99RUSTPROOF ; ,
are the South's largest dealer and carry the 1. 4 PLASTIC- ::::::::
"i'-t, t complete line of cake decorating supplies < r* INTENSIVE CARE RECESSED FOR GLASS


Our BABY POWDER POLISH REMOVE CIAMP-OM CHAIRUMBRELLA ZIP CAR WASH 'f --
Prices Are

1 10 % to 20 % OFFJuly LL.I i \ Z'e-OZ. 5 9" OR SOZ LIMIT LEMON REGULAR TWO il tl COLORFULVINYL, : 88 CLEANS IT SHINES AS!

Q[ iii\ PLASTIC-3' FT BEG 139
200
89 DIAMETER.
and 3 O ,, BEG. 3 99

CD 'i DUSTING ,

Everything, in Wilton's Yearbook is marked down 10 v LIMIT ONE POWDER VINYL QUAKES sun OUTIOUD

'J 20 percent this Friday and Saturday, July 2.3 2 .* s IN PLASTIC FOAM PAD ) MOTOR OIL! cr

A I ,. DECORATOR ICES. -'. w
We also teach coke 'ecorating. We would be glad 59 LIMIT I I ONE f LARGI SIZI' 3] ounce Fo.<.
Sessional and
way receive a diploma. PATIO 110756
PEOPLE TRUST I Hi1IiI

WE SHIP 3-DAY SERVICE ECXERD'S. PRELL

Phone and Mail Orders Accepted FOR QUALITY SHAMPOO ;

I. I PRESCRIPTION FINAL THREE fOM.ITEMS UMITIO SUPPLY
Chance School' of Cake Decorating DAYS. I N
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SERVICE SOZ.
2115 lowell Ave. Phone 338-1012 CONCENTRATE THIS TERRIFIC
Jacksonville, Florida AT LOW, LOW PRICES! 119 LIMIT ONE SALE ENDS SA TURDA Y.

JULY 3RD OPEN WEEKDAYS 9.9 SUNDAY 1071'1I
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July 1,1976 TELEGRAPH Pane



I SR-16E Residents Oppose Location Of Jiffy Store I



Opposition to a conveniencestore Mrs William (Bill) North, tion. Others voicing objectionto The board took no action In would defer action until population in Lake HamptonOaks given permission to advertise Wilson complained he was not
on C.H. Nasworthy pro- also a resident of the Naswor the Nasworthy proposal the matter, asking Hernandezto August so he could be present.In would add to the traffic for public hearing at the well enough informed on some
perty Just east of Starke city thy property said that drain included Mrs. Vergie Flynn bring in his deed so that the other action the board hazard of ingress and egressof August board meeting. regulations to answer all the
limits on Highway 16 at the age of the area was very bad whose home Is just west of the restrictions could be studied. approved a petition by L.K. residents onto US-301. Another request of Edwardsand questions that were being
County Zoning Board meeting and she did not think the site proposed location and Mrs. Nasworthy did not attend the Edwards and Associates to re- The Poreccas said they Associates was approvedfor asked of him,
Tuesday night was voiced by suitable for a business loca Barbara Rasnick hearing and the board said it classify a portion of Lake were comparing their pre reclassification of five
several residents of the area Hampton Oaks Subdivisionfrom vious request with that of acres on the W. Ros Covey
who said their deeds carried OR to R1A to permit re- Edwards and did not see why property adjoining Lake New Schedule
restrictions banning commer- Auto License Renewal Sale Begins TodayAuto platting of 20,000 square foot both should not be treated Hampton Oaks from OR to
cial operations in that loca lots in that area instead of the alike. R1A. A plat of this property
tion. license renewal instance, a person whose Mobile homes will be present one acre or larger Later in the meeting the was also approved.On Of QualifyingFees
stickers go on sale for a 50-day birthmonth is July will buy a renewed this next registration Poreccas entered their third a request for "home
George Hernandez said the period starting Thursday, sticker good for 12 months, period for only six months, lots.The Edwards request was proposal, following previous occupation" Mrs. Irene Mob-
proposed store would be right July 1, through August 20 at while one whose birthmonth Is and thereafter, stickers for all opposed by Mr and Mft. rejections by the board. The ley, a resident of Shady Oaks ReleasedA
next to his mobile home, on the office of Tax Collector JR. November will get a sticker such units will be renewed Frank Porecca who said this new request was for rezoning Trailer Park, south of Starkeon
properly purchased from Kelly good for only four months. annually during January. would be spot zoning, and that eight acres, across Bayless US-301 was told that if the new schedule of qualify
Nasworthy with deed restrictions After this initial period Kelly urges all tag purchasers they had been denied approvalof Highway from Willard Gas- proposed business (a beauty ing fees for county offices was
lie said some convenience This year, vehicle owners stickers will continue to to bring previous a zoning change on Bayless kins' poultry farm from OR salon) was to be located in a released by Clerk of the Court
stores stay open 24 hours will purchase renewals for the expire in the month of the registrations,correct street or Highway on grounds that it (requiring one acre lots) to separate structure, the rezon- Gib Brown yesterday follow
a day and sell beer on Sunday, number of months required to owner's birthday in order to road address, and correct would be spot zoning. Mrs. R1C, allowing 20,000 square ing request would have to be ing an opinion by State Attorney -
which would be a nuisance to make the sticker expire in ,stagger the purchase of per birthdates when applying for Porecca further stated that foot lots for conventional or made by the owner of the pro- General Robert Shevin
residents of the area. their birthdate month. For mits. stickers. increasing the density of mobile homes. They wereAtlERICA'S perty (Shady Oaks). that certain criteria must be
Permission to advertise for included in computing fees.
public hearings was grantedto Shevin said that
200TH BIRTHDAY ECKERD'S SOOTH STORE m AMERICA'S 200TH BIRTHDAY the following: county officials raises under given the

---' -. .- Carl Griffis 2.5 acres just Federal cost of living index
across south city limits of adjustment,and the increased
MOST ECKERD DRUGS STORES WILL BE Lawtey, from RIB to BA estimated population added
(business automotive) to per for the counties must be
CLOSED ALL DAY JULY 4ffh T0 tnmmTHI [ mit operation of an auto in when computing the new
SALE ICfNTINNIUTNI repair shop qualifying fees.
I Frank Coss, one acre one- Under this ruling Brown
FOLLOWING ECKEID STOIES WILL REMAIN OPEN JULY 4th / fTl half mile north of Starke on said the following fee schedule

297 W. 15th StL Panama City west side of US-301 from RIB would apply to candidates for
to BA for operation of motor- courthouse offices and county
cycle sales and service. boards:
7 George Pierce, 74,6 acres Superintendent of Public
three miles northwest of Instruction $1,178.80.
Starke on left side of SR-16 Clerk Circuit Court -
1
1 from EA to OR to allow sale of 105770.
Sri i +
..w i. one acre lots. County Sheriff 105750.
/ LIMIT Potato jt4.otd In other action the board County Property Appraiser
TWO approved on a 3-2 vote the 105770.()
proposed budget of $40,647 for County Tax Collector -
fiscal 1976-77. representing a 87605.,
VNEpSI AEFaV I $4,536 increase over the current Supervisor of Elections -
i 1 year. $664.15.
:: Approval was given over the County Commissioner -

__ objections of board member $391.65.
REG OR DIET Jerome Johns oho said pro- School Board Member -
9-OUNCE posed raises for the zoning $216,65.
PACK OF 100 6-PACK director, building inspector, Qualifying fee for the officeof
PLANTERSPOTATO >f- and secretaryexecutiveassistant County Judge, which is paidto
ranged up to 14 6 the Secretary State in
per cent and might be in Tallahassee, is $1,300.
PLATESPEPSI : r 35 FT.AMERICAN. C 111 excess of those proposed for The qualifying period for

other county employees. county office opens at noon
CHIPS ,* Director L.M. Gaines Tuesday. July 6.July .
that the
pointed out zoning
*
FLAG office staff received no raises
R.qul.r98t Lnu'1Pck
12ounc.c.n. LIMIT TWO y..s 89 *
sacii. R.9ul.r
SETO 7 last year and chairman Art 4 l Suv111rBonds i *.
4 WITH 6 FT > Keifer said he did not considerthe

68 99 c 73 COTTON POLE-COLORFAST REG 549 399NYLON m 7CJ- percentages a two-jear period.excessiveover It was Offered!

w.. .. .: J"T' also pointed out by Gaines
that the work load of the officeis
BENNINGTON > constantly increasing,along By Flu. BankThe
FLAG SET I.... with the amount of fees collected -
3.S FT 711 and that the new bud Florida Bank at Stark
REG 9 99 would less than
get require HUTU
will, on request issue
55 $2M( >more in county funds t than tenmal-design Series lSiI: \
PVC CANVAS Tf-fcciiJL 3f the current budget ings Bonds dated July 4 to

SURF 170 [ V iS The: director.new salary$t2,51111Up proposalsare ) ( 13.6 over-the-counter customers,
between July 1 and Julv :.W
:I
8R'if if ifiA NESTEA. percent)); building inspector. This Spl'I'lai'cnmml'n1ll1'.iltlOn
8 .:: |::: y i i >f- "", $9.HH( ) (fup 59 per cent director.)); and of our nation's 2mith lurthd.I111 \'
\ secretary-executive have no effect on I the
Hra
.1'
192,, INSTANT TEA fMoo li- *_ fAMILYK" $G.5K( ) (up 14 6 per cent) terms and conditions t-tlectivt1 /
The board set Tuesday. July
,
Bonds
1# ZORRIES I 20. 7-30: p,m. for a work session on In the announcing this special
29 3 OZ JAR i when new member Bill opportunity. J,E Tomhnson.
*
OS 60. I REG159 S; Vice-President of the bank( ;

SWIM MASK LIMIT TWO SANDALS < Graham Man said. "We are extremely
pleased to be able to offer/

& SNORKEL e Vi S N.,,,,Wom.n'.and Chddr.n+H+.,. Auon.d e everyone in this urea a chance
Thi. ma h has on I C ''ANA /' .319 colon. Arrested For to make the purchase ol Savings -
9 9 breakable inns( Boihnatk -"ow' ,, Bonds a trulv Bicenton
3 and l martial PLUMROSE
/ mal event
i.unubbnr"ou'h'.C..100.,,, flog 'r 99 J 1 IB. CAMDANISH -- "7'"'" ;J_ Pot DeliveryChris "Those Bonds I>l'arlnjIhl'/

Sturdy, tubular, aluminum .*' 37 4 (,rlV, Weissmger.. 22. of July4 date will make ported
frame wthdurable w.bbmq, HAM Nos' TV souvenirs of our birthdav
Graham, has been released on
# I
I celebration that evervoniwill I
oLl"'M ,. ) $4.000 bond following his June
ASSORTED & WEB FOLDING want to have and keep) lorman.v
THIS arrest for delivery of nearlyone "
BEACH rAW FURNITURE DANISH *** rT'I 22 ounce of marijuana: to a .' years to come
a of thl'Bln'n.
CANNED Denominations\
N &tt: :Medical Center
209 Reception
TOWELS "
\ HAM ISDELICIOUS tenmal-di'hign Series K: Savings
Cololul )bony CHAIR CHAISE ::2iJ c (RMC) inmate on June 11 Bond range from S2:> to
$$ REG 259 ", Deputy John Dempsey of
towel; n Attf $1.000), with purchase prices ol
2 d"ign'd""" LIMIT ONE 7 the Bradford County Sheriff'sDepartment
Neq 349 PEG 599 REG ,- -- PACK."Tj.ii U1LADIES' said themarijuana $18,75 to $750. They draw Mpercent \
-
7 99 13 99 999 interest ill'n held to
OF A
+1* THREE ( was discovered on
'
a five-car maturity i4'-_ the
2-PIECE KLEENEX -f 1* AMPEX 90 MINUTE.&r the investigatorJ.J inmate by RMC:Matus: assistant during first >ear>, and.cjrrv in unto-
ol'
C. matlcl1'ear) extension

SWIM In awned SUITS sun. 24 INCH 140 CT. : CASSETTETAPES ,; i I a The routine prisoner search had just interest beyond maturity

'II returned from working at the
Cola Pmb 0 q/
688 .; panermH : GRILL WITH NAPKINS ... 0"1 / Division of Forestry fire toweron I..O'UllhWiidl'ntoPnid !
199 HOOD SPIT AND ) j SR-100) west of Starke.

ELECTRIC MOTOR s PILLOW ) ... ..: U Weissmger had been working
PACK I Q 1 U REG ".99 "G;I w ith the Division for about two 81.656.
MEN'S SWIM TRUNKS 311 REG 44 REG O. months
S,,.t Sm.II'hru' X Ljigf Rc-g 4 99 1899 22 88 56 0 I > L\rm: A Bradford County warrantwas
LIMIT TWO I / f22 9 'I" I June 18 issued and he on was Weissinger arrestedat For Aluminum

LADIES' W* ,, *yi 1111HaUGILLON his home in Graham four Volume totals for last month
show 11,043 pounds of alumi-
da>'s later llewas released on
SWIM CAPS num recycled by Starke's
bond the same dayFloriIU
'n-u r CHARCOAL ic*:*** > residents, and Reynolds Aluminum -

b b SWIRLS TIGHI SWIM WATER PLASTIC JUG LIGHTER ic ** ( $1.65645 Recycling paid them
i I'
l'AP RE(; 99 rn rtilors Reynolds pays 15 cents a
OIYURETHANIE": :: QUART .,. .. .7CJ pound for the aluminum on
127 119 ASSORTED COLORS REG > 12612K: every Tuesday(except July 6 -
CNItD'S SWIM CAP Hil 1 n
REG 59 69 I.... Still Pro tec ted holiday) from 9:30: 11 a.m, in
47 ... front of TG & Y Store,.Bradford -
&7 ..>' US-301 South ((837
\ TALLAHASSEE The Square
WITH NATURE SOLE .' / GAF Vi --
.
ICE CHEST season for hunting alligatorsis So. Walnut St.)
TAT AM I 5 not open, and some peopleare Recyclable aluminum includes
r r COLOR FILMJ! learning the hard way that such items as cans; pie
FOAMCE' ELECTRIC BAR-B-Q ( the Florida alligator is still plates; foil: frozen food and

SANDALS A'honqrv""d.1 i 177 REG T'CE 239 : LIGHTER C REG $1 25 ::1.?,, M\\j and protected Fresh by both Water the Game Fish dinner meat trays containers.; dip, pudding Certain and

6 6 w'h straw tol.t -r Commission and the U,S. Fish other items, including alumi-
REI 49 nOON. andildlife Service.Dr. num siding gutters alumi-
1 .
PUNO FOR FAST 89 ; O,E Frve., Commission num storm door and window
TACKLE BOX _.. 2 4 4 SAFE'l, t j director, i issued! the statement frames and lawn furniture
'.1.u.1C.art 99 -j j following the arrest of SherryL tubing are also worth 15 cents
::::; 8 *" Wade of Crawfordville a pound when properly pre
799 R.q 1199IiRAPZOR51 Wakulla pared.
located in County on
LADIES : + 4 charges of possession, selling This aluminum must be freeor
and taking alligators. all foreign materials cut to

(? II.OUNn REAL KILLFLORIDA The arrest was the result of lengths not exceeding three
tYPF BVCaLF i an undercover investigation feet and should not be mixed
188 Rk0SkO4Pt:99 WD-40 SPRAY @ FORMULA dating back to October 1973. with aluminum cans
f\|% stops Iqu..ko Pro- < V > ANT And. ROACH 1 Frye continued "The "Until! Labor Day Sept.
tic.m.,.' Militias' I Commission has adopted an ember 6, the public has the
1' nrcay R'q's9 m.cMmtmtMINT KILLS ANTS AND alligator management policy option to donate their proceeds
WHITE OR NAn r9 ROACHES FAST) which establishes a proposalfor from aluminum recycl-
CUSHION 137 AEROSOL CAN the management and ing to a very worthy cause
DECK SHOES INSOLES CINI UTTLI REG 169 I E control of the problem urban Muscular Dystrophy. If you
choose to participate at your
alligator; however there has
Reg 599 GOLF BALLS been no change in state or recycling location, Reynolds
_/ will make out a check to MDA
90*Compratliofl federal laws prohibiting
ADt Maximum dittanca ; :f anyone from killing, trappingor for your donation and give youa
38 8 DI 12 I 599 with Maaimumdurability. Rig / SPORTSMATE II YOU'LL THINK YOU'RE SEEING DOUBLE molesting an alligator" receipt" according District to John
Snellen. Reynolds
-- 799 1 Adoption of a management
REPELLENT f.iftI policy is not the same as Manager for aluminum recycling -

M FMWM- 1 1QoPftiLlii r 11 alligator harvest.the season If and when for ,

wsFCr the Commission initiates a Employment keypunch
G.film/il1iJfj. RNPFU, TWICE THE FILM TWICE THE PRINTS program for control of operator it "pl'cll'd l to
[ : I;( 69 Whin you pick up your Cat an a.ua Ml of print nuisance alligators it will be a decline to 233.000 in 19HO. from
davalopad' film and prints, with" 'or .100.000 in 1970. na\'* the L'.S.'
anryrollefrmd controlled
RIO closely
buy two mil ol Kodacoloror black do.- operation
831 SOUTH WALNUT ST. STARKE 1 II black and whita film' for loped and printad. .. and there will be absolutely no Labor Department's" Bureauof
.. .
'h.r.gul.rp.ceoIoM.TODAY TODAY AND EVERYDAY way illegal hides might be Labor Slut lslics
AND EVERYDAY placed on the open market.


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""qt, '"It TKLKCKAPII. .: : July I, 1918


:4 I ncienl Bell Rings OutForBrooker Union County's Big;



i Weekend Includes


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.. :.. Religion Folk LoreLAKE

Jl'.J ,
,- ...

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". heirlooms and curios
\ II BUTLER Weekend scripts; ;
!
Bicentennial activities in this war souvenirs by the American

,.\\ t.1L'ttc" .., ,',' county seat of Union County Legion: bells by local collectors
\
\; will include a varietyfilledFolk ; handmade and
Festival starting at 2 antique furniture; naval

I p.m. Saturday, July 3, and the stores exhibit by another'

climax at 2:30: p.m. Sunday of esler'huckt'eber;

w a three-day religious crusade items.
featuring "old-time" religion
\ and gospel singing.

I The Folk Festival will be 1\.ro.-.

i ? mounted at t Lakeside Park

$ _2 II and will show the way things

r I Va were done a century or more

J ago. from quilting bees to tur- St"I'lingat1:30: there will be

pentining.The a platform program!: openedby
presentation of flags historical
religious crusade will flag!: display, and group
hold sway Thursday and Fri Hal
singing/\ of patriotic songs.
day nights at R p.m in the '
\ :lames i will m.c a recognition
1r Union County High School
,, ceremony! for all Ix'rsonsover !
auditorium, featuring mess-
age !9n> ; the youngest
ages by a number of ministers baby attending< ; all native

who were born and born citizens of Union 'ounty
Theodore' l.itchfirld\ points to spot where Itrooker horse! races reared in Union County and and all. naturalized citizens
used to hi held w hen he was a boy. have carried their ministry to
t other fields. They are return Al Bio;:: ) there will be an old-
the honored couple present One of her children's ing to their boyhood home for fashioned basket lunch spreadat
N Suturda \\1'I'1\lrs Kli/abcth books contains stories of these special.! servicesvith Lakeside Park with the

-Iii II i Stephenson Orlando: :Mrs. Brooker. !During the Saturday two occupying the pulpit at Democratic. Executive Committee
y '1 Ed) the Cothren ;Nashville; ceremony she !read an original each service. providing iced leu.

Tenn.? and :Mrs. Kathryn poem giving the history of the
Wilhelm. Atlanta. :Mrs old bell. !Dr. Stephenson the The Sunday service u ill also A highlight of the celebration
Chris Stephenson tolls historic bell at Itrooker Bicentennial ceremony Saturday iifternoon. His Wilhelm is a. nationally fifth survivor, practices be held in the school auditor will. IK- the introductorysale

iI"I"h': \\ IIhdlll, stands b> lower in foreground. published> writer of childl''n"sIwoks medicine in South Africa and ium and is scheduled to lollow ot a book of historical

and also composes was unable to attend. the nationwide. bellringingceremony t'nit III ('ounty photographs! ,
at. 2 p m.'l'he publicis collected Irom citi/ens ol the
I learned sunn- I I pastor of Brooker's now again proudly raises its Judge Julian Collins of invited to all. services uswell area Thepuhlicalion. just t off


ll.urell.) lilt-long: .' Ads enlist Church, gathered! tohelp returned to the scene of his %v.J, !pictures and will sell lor $:"i r a
loimer nl dedicate. I the bell which It was u day. for youth and recalled that his Cowen. Union County will for
\" ) 111.1'II"' County Agents By Bicentennial! cop} I Proceeds: go
chairman has
.xlien 1 "old 1 t llnl'l' had been mounted in a. towerat reminiscing, and Theodore father, Richard Collins \.. renovation and rruir| of the
announced t the
,11 I 111' west I the city hall. They also. Litchfield. M: recalled started the Brooker post officein 1. Saturdayalternoon t Lake Butler Woman's flub
< "iimimituty. to ,', ,' ;; unveiled a bronze plaque, stepping\ off "old Peggy" in 1891! or '92 near the Lloyd Notebook Bobby et ants w ill include ;ii, building which is the structure

.ir I ) old historic OIll'IIII1I'I mounted on the bell I tower, Brooker just after. the turn of Harry. place. TaylorAs _xTfe quilting veteran. demonstration I local I quilt maker.iH'cdleeraft by a. limit 1I11 lit'-1:!:! .is t titian ('"unl\"s
and in of their
", dolatt'rn'H.n /given\ memory the century He also exhibit lust i l courthouse II cc." given
parents. Pastor and. :Mrs remembered racing horses in Collins said his father and aMr imixlernand 1111'mnan's I'lub
: Brooker who owned antKjiie) ). sponsored by lo upon
.
M I'ii-i' Stephenson."A the vacant lot where the city
par tiny the completion\ of the new i-ourl I
Worthington Community
hall nostands, and the much land where the town( Springs -
1,1 i1 lemons .I i house litlHi\ :
l hell isery symbolic ofIhe "jousting matches". that. werea now stands, agreed over"cups we celebrate ourcountry's irrigation. and weed control. Club, display of old in
"till' .d! tin tine \
/ Bicentennial.. :" :Mayor favorite sport. of Brooker of brew" to name the Bicentennial I hopewe Did you have insect und-nr harm( implements 'hy (he
hills' thi- 1,1. (
i MI '
('il rroll said. "This old hell bloods post office "Hrooker" will all recognize andappreciate disease problems, and if so, Union County (Farm Bureau; Cow en predicts a record.
I I': i pill' '' n-"M' young
( although the town its1'Ifas the tremendous was' your control program kitchen and. other household ('1'(1\\111111' this climax lot I mon

called Ward City "So you see contribution that agriculture satisfactory'' Did you have equipment of yesteryear. ; art County's Bicentennial. leslisi, 1
BI'ookl'riIS born midst I the and our farmers have m.ide adequate production of a. ceramics. and fruits, old ties and! incites. the |pslple! olneighboring
--... brew." Judge Collins said. during the last 200() }ears quality product0 bottles, jars, and other glassware counties to |om
Their efforts have enabled. us by local collectors old I'nion County citi/ens in this
One of Brooker's bestknossn all to have and enjoy a better Consideration of some of bunks Bibles, and manuIiiService- celi-bralion.

personalities. OwightGodwin I way of life and have probablydone these questions through
a professional dancerof more than any other plans and follow on
.is IJ V) Km IT international. lame and now segment of our population to )our crops this fall or next Education

a teacher of film-making.: aj gain for our nation its position "spring may be your key to
the University. of Florida strength in today's! world. greater success with these I

Oirr'1'11(1; fVn/nr\: made it hack for the festivitiesand projects.

told how he still returns to George Washington once Sessions Set At BUS
the "old swimming/\ hole" on ,said that he knew of no pursuitin Speaking of gardens and

.- the Santa Fe BI'r1 hl.n he which more real and crop practices, don't forget

1'aradfs and pageants: prayers and Then three years later in 1879 thl'BraMord wants a breather away Irom rendered important to,services any country can than IK- that sanitation is very An in-service education. purpose and usage nl.
before, and
important during
life. I He the grandson of
city is program will be held in the alternative school.Standards\.
IIM-IIICS, bell ringing, cundlclighting, andiireworks County Telegraph was En'ira; 1'. Ward who gave a l hy improving. .its agriculture. alter your crop. If you have. Bradford High School library.
will usher in the nation'sl'hmll'l.ntury the almost halfas This is still true today becauseof t finished harvesting, plow
founded making paper large part of the right-of-way in six sessions, from 9 a ni un.iKgrades "
demands i
this Indt'Ix'ndl'n'e't'ek. old as the nation itself.'e consider it lor the first railroad through the being placedon feed under all crop residues and until 1 12 noon on Tuesdays.July and evaluation"
to
end 1 i 1)1' 1970. an honor to have served the county as itsvoice the area in exchange lor not our only producers our iron I people help, but weeds. This of insect will and prevent disease, a 8. 13 20(), and Thursdays Requirement| of minimum
build-up
having the town called Ward July 8. 13.; 22. standards lor gradu.iiion. !
and to have provided some m..asurl' also manolhl'r nations in the iH-sts over the summer and
Across' t the nation and around the City. consideration ol minimum
of leadership to the community for world. hopefully make them less of a Purpose of the program. I is to class attendance
world! will lx- taken: to note this Godwin remembers. his > asi ardinu I 1a \
pause problem on next exchange ideas and formulate
your crop.
,
almost a century Agriculture and loadroducts credit IMMCkill,
special moment in the history of the family moving to Brooker in used :Most farmers use this plans for the t97i-77( school.
to
19110: or ':31 lo live in the old are Icing programs reading math
uiiHd's oldest continuously existingrepublic. 1".lanct'ol'ld. trade cultural. practiceeach sear to } ear according, to HilSpl'inl'ip.11 studies
During that time wealong with the ,school house. With no mom'dUI'm } help old science, "social and
rid of Tom
not Ideas
only get crop Casey.
improve the salue of the other ureas.Administration.
townhave experienced good times and the depression, the dollar ain oed, and contribute residues but to also add. and plans produced in this

Americans..., it means that the blueprints lad. have survived economic disasters family moved back into the to world peace. I hope the organic matter to the sOIL workshop will be reviewed lor of School
school house later, for which
< of our nation the Declaration ofIndqwnd.nct. such as the freeze of 1893 that killed theorange Ward had donated the land significance' and importance. :Most also plant. another crop final approval. during/\ preplanning restructure ol school plain
like sobeans or small grainsto before the fall term open areas vs IlIdl\ Id..11..
., the Constitution and the groves and the boll weevil pestilence The deed tout'lined a reverterclause ol Agriculture and ourfolrm'l's salvage un-used fertih/er c'a.sruoms., caniptiloml

I'.ill f : of\ Rightsstill serve them well. of 191516 that destroyed the !providing Ihat the land J't'altl'd will by our continue country's to be and make each acre producemore Topics !recommended for servicecalcteri.i I .mil I nthi-i
in this ., have would /go\ buck lo the family discussion at these sessions
cotton industry area we leaders and the within I h't'a I' assignment and use ol P.I.1, :
general
To it that the 200se.irnld when the school a.; no longerin include: "Cltilt'n hip: olcssumal I ,
foreigners! means lived through two or more serious depressions public. Strawberry growers usually pi H-rsonncl|

"experiment" in sell'govern' and four wars.. two "booms"the use. plant a cover crop likeSesbaniu rights and responsibilities'I'eachers
Hal V. :Moines of Luke This is a good time of year to or Cowpeas.Gardeners t procedure tonrefe'rraU The !public I is inxited, I t I..>
:i-ient continues to stand as :a beacon of Florida land boom of the 1920's and
) students .
(
Butler, opened the program take a look at the results of our can. plant peas. that ; rights attend ..11I01'. all M'-SIOII-
''ivedom around the world. the Camp Blanding boom of the 40's. introducing the muster-of- gardening and crop can be harvested\ in addition. to procedure and. penalties )I. where these topics md ol h'I'

Like other businesses we have had to ceremonies \Dr. Charles production\ programs and building their soil and handbook to be ,'ompletl'd.Bluud'ur.th. \till bi discussed, J JD Jheir" Jr
I centennial: observances this week-
resort( to "barter" when money was so Stephenson a. grandson of the evaluate their success or protecting it during the hot
i ml will range! from a breathtaking exhi- in the 1930's that folks paid their honored p"btor.00:; \\ an failure You need to determineif summer months.
lui of more than 2.000 individual red, scarce opthamologist in La Jolla, you planned. properly and.
chit, ;and blue rockets and Hares at subscriptions with syrup eggs Calif specializing, in did the right things at the right Call or come by if you have llrad
chickens sweet and other farm Did the similar. and need
potatoes time. sou plan project plans
1 World I the of
to
Msriey simple ringing a products which we were glad to JULY 4 / YS-S" prupt'rl!} and carry through information about crops SFCC: Trustee Hoard I I
(it'll ;at 2 p.m. :Sunday in some country get f n ,-M poou 1 with land. selection soil varieties or cultural '

luireh..irnm elaborate ceremonies in U-cause it beat not having anything to LIVE .ND testing proper liming and practices on growing summer

\\ ",,..hin"rton, Philadelphia: Boston, to eat at all.Abraham. w0aa rwis IN fertilization. practices. cover crops. Jim Bloodsvorth. a St.uke:'

i he quiet perusal. and rededication: to the couwrnv"'' resident and Hradford. Counts
been !
Lincoln might have parole and probation otficei
I Constitution by a handicapped shutin in he = has been
speaking of the Bicentennial when appointed chairman

-nine hospital or nursing home said "We hold this annual celebration to restructuring I hiee Dr LETTERS AIHCKNTKNMAI:: :: : ol Santa the Fe Board ol Trustees III| I l'I

And the beauty of it all i is that the sueress remind ourselves of all the good done in Stephenson i eialled. attending .MKSSAGK: : in GainesvilleHloodworth.Commuml} College f l'f

of the commemoration of thl'naUlln's the process of time, of how it was done the one room Rose Hill school ,
I'r.Hi! : ; lie later
and how histori- in moved toGainesville Some of the gre..tords. and who< served! ..IJo1'I''hiltrm.1I1 -
first two centuries will be and who did it, we are ; sold his Dear Sir.Seemingly.
bicycleand \ last
\1', ,
phrases. of this great Declaration \ cc i-
judged: h.t. t the number of participantsthat cally connected with it..we feel more became ,i "tomato are: "When in the courseof chosen from the ranks. of the

are involved not by the number of attached one to the other and more farmer". with Ihe proceeds. everyone is in human. events it becomes eight-member board He

spectators. This Bicentennial weekend firmly hound to the country we inhabit." "It took all of them\ working some manner expressingsome necessary We hold these succ't'dsll's.: Liz Jones of
together/\ to make thoughts with regard to Gainesville;
our presentlife and will
be that SI'I'a
ssill be meaningful not so much for what the two hundredth of truths to self-evident,
And John Adams said it another way stvles t possible. Dr. birthday all men are created equal chairman. for one year
see and hear, what DO to said our country's Declaration of
tau as you Stephenson after hearing.
when he wrote to his wife on t the eve of that they are endowed by their
His duties
make it memorable. A family ,'ooktlutnllghl various old-timers Independence I am no excep-- will include
the signing of the Declaration! of Independence tales ol early Brooker.spinning tion, therefore I ask for only a Creator ..Life liberty! and the presiding!! meetings and
mean more to t the children than a ( in 1776. "The most memorable small space in your paper. pursuit of happiness..It is the signing all official I documents
day: of I lhtingtrafl l' on the highway of Am'ricl..will be And I the tale spinning right of the people to alter or of the Board of Trustees.
in the
,and congestion: at the' beach. epoch( history continued even after the We, the citizens of this to abolish. We therefore the
celebrated as the 'great: anniversary fes official. program was. over.Godw country, should review with Representatives of the United

II you haven't decided yet what to tival. It ought to be commemorated by in and Chris Stephenson great pride the heritage our Mates of America, in General 11 '

ante Undo Sam on his 200th birthday. solemn acts of devotion..with pomp and one of the p.iMor's, sons, were Founding Fathers establishedfor Congress, assembled appealing I II Kinging; ; t'rglJul.y' 4
with shows exchanging. }arns about early succeeding generations. to the Supreme Judge of I
w hs. not make it a tree a flower, a plant. parade, games sports Indians. in the Brooker area. Certainly we have an awareness the world for the rectitude of 7o\ e/.bral/ In
>!I1 I shrub! If all of Uncle :Sam's::; relatives guns, bells bonfires and illuminations Stcphenson's! version had it that the foundation laid our intentions do. in the h'p,1I'rrf'i

< lupped( in by planting living gift on the from one end of this continent to the that. a redskin was. sneakingup by the Colonial Fathers was name, and by the authority of

'I'I..i..n..f his Hicentennial, what a plea- other from this time forever more. on their home, but the boysof the spring-board for our the good people of these (Colo Bicentennial officials.
national
the household him greatness. :No; nation can flies...And for the support of are effort to
-,.''Ill beginning \\ be for his Third If you can do nothing else this weekend the process, shilidpped in become great. without great this Declaration with a firm nationwide requesting!! a simultaneous commemorate our 200th()()

(Century.. :Surely that is the least that set aside time for mediation with all behind, and nabbed him up men, with great ideals and reliance on the protection of JulyI ringing to herald of bellson anniversary. and many
..I'ui'i ; has fervent dedication. So let's Divine Providence.' mutually the communities have already
rip can do for a nation that before he could strike I lie said country's
others ho observe entrance
Friday Saturday or into
w
its begun
donso, .. much (for as all. "Grandpa Stephenson"! look at some of the tenets projected pledge to each other our third planning!! bell-ringing
century.
Sunday as the Sabbath in appreciationfor calmly finished his breakfastthen in our earliest American lives our fortunes and our ceremonies as part of their

It maybe hard! to realize! but Starke is the blessings and strengths of this saw to it th.il the history. sacred Honor." Communities, churches, John Hicentennial activities "
(; American should schools, fire W. Warner
great democracy. And for continued unwelcome visitor Every departments
pray was
hall'.iold as the nation itself. The town "dispensed with." When four of the early. read the Declaration of Independence universities and individualsare administrator of the
uas incorporated in :May 1876 althoughit guidance ast' begin the Third American colonies united in it's entirety; you urged to toll bells and American Revolution

had already teen an unincorporated Century of our Nation's leadership in a Godwin's ersion had. it that together into w hat is known as would see that there is no carillons in conjunction with \Hicentennial Administration

''ussn I at least t twenty years before that, troubled world the Indian got loose from theboys the "New:; England Confederation place provided in America for the ringing of the Liberty said.
bit off part of Grandpa's ," they adopted a consti- atheist communist. or Bell in Philadelphia at 2 p m.
ear. and returned some years slackers. (EDST.) The time selected "Now:; we are asking all
later when the elder tution with, these words in I salute the Declaration of is exactly 200() years from the Americans to join together
Stephenson recognized him as part, "Whereas we all came Independence: but I detest precise moment that the on this historic occasion
and
,CR10 the Indian who chewed his into these parts of America those who try to destroy our Liberty Bell proclaimed the let the sound of every bell in

I ,p ear. with one and the same end and nation by dictating their own independence of the new the Country ring out ,to

eiiiijiitp4BOB The program opened withan aim namely to advance the conceited image moving nation. our freedoms and
invocation by Rev. JamesE kingdom of our Lord Jesus prayer from our schools and "There is great interest signify our unity" he addld.
AC11Vlt- Christ and to enjoy the liberties forcing atheism, communismand
Curry of (Orlando,, now across the land in a symbolic
ic yC pastor ol the Gainesville of the Gospel in purity and evolution in its place.If for Bell-ringing Is set to go on
> 'a Seventh I Day Adventist peace" ((1643)) I salute these America would lift her two minutes in
G FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER and look the commemoration
to
rf QN Church. He was pastor of the great men. eyes again t; ,.,, : nations' of the
PublishersfJ".hed great Geometrician of the universe 4J first two
Brooker Church after centuries
Some one has said that the ; it may be that one hun-
I Bach Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office, at StarKe. Fla. Claiborne Stephenson whofounded dred from she could Ruminate, HadlO television
American people themselves years now meaning '0 also
itBesides statIOns
.
nd A tot March 3 1819.Subscription are
think"
wrote the Declaration of Independence look back to this generationwith actually means "'0 to being asked
rate m trade area. $6 per fear $3 50 six' months Chris chew the cud" from broadcast the
Stephenson, if this be so i 11 I con pride, the Latin tells
Outside trade area: $7 per year $4 00 am, months. who lives south of Brooker in cur) we should salute those Kev. H.H.. Mott word meaning from the the during this S-7i
Phone 9646305 Starke. Fla. nationwide
Alachua County children of great Americans Hrooker.Fla. throat. encouraged



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Alachua Co. ( '
. Attorney, Commissioner ,; : / :>, ,



I Announces For Dist. 5 Senate SeatJonathan

.t ,,

chairman of F.the Wershow.Alachua formal decisions to insure appointment? to come to my ; '
sound economic developmentwhile office, Wershow explained. E1
County Commission and a
lawyer and farmer from Ala maintaining of life," our Wershow area'squality A graduate of the Universityof
chua, announced his candidacy stated Florida College of Law, l
Monday for the District? Wershow is a member of the
State Senate. The Ocala native said he felt Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar
A Democrat, Wershow will he was capable of serving citizens Association, the Florida Bar
seek the 16-county district whose interests ranged Association and is partner in 4 x w jR aI
seat being vacated by State from agriculture to higher the law firm of Wershow,Bur- ti .
Sen. Robert Saunders. The education. well, Carroll & Wershow of
district includes Bradford and Gainesville and Lake Butler.
Union Counties and part of Wershow said he intends to He is vice-president of the
Clay County.In go beyond state financial District Five Mental Health &
announcing his candi- reporting laws and file a com- Board.
dacy, Wershow stressed his plete financial statement with
business and government each county clerk in the 16- Wershow is completing a { h
experience as essential quali- county district, as well as the four-year term on the Alachua
fications for representing the Secretary of State in County Commission and was
diverse interests of the Senate Tallahassee. elected Commission chairmanin

Fifth District, which stretches 1975. Class of 1952 reunion Middle Ruth Ann Dlnklns, Julia Jordan Mary
participants at the Starke Golf and row: Darley
from the Georgia. line to "Anyone wishing to review Country Club were, top row (l-r): James V, Rowe Milton Mott StanleylIelen Wysocki, Lavern Edwards, Carolyn High.
Marion County."I Wershow is chairman of the my 1975 income tax statement Wershow and his wife, Anne Muriel Norman Jeanette
Carl L. Johns Arley W. McRae Palmer Bottom row: Shirley Reddish, I
Glenn
Jolley D.
ment know works how," Wershow local govern said. North Central Florida may do so by making an !Marie, reside in Alachua. Shuford, Vernon Reddish, Warren Kelly J.E. Tomllnson.L Hamilton Barbara Whaley Joan Epps.Sylvia Cox,Joan Hurst,
Regional Planning Council,
Shirley Johns, Shirley Douglas Wanda Prevatt.
"Tallahassee has tried to which includes Bradford,

assume too many functions Union Columbia, Suwannee, UG Board WouldIf L Class Of 1952 Holds
Lease
better handled by local gov- Hamilton Taylor and Alachua HospitalriancialBurden I
ernment. In many instances, counties.
NightThe
the result has been a bureau "As a lawyer, farmer and Reunion Saturday
cratic mess. 1 am committedto county commissioner, I have most children (four) betweenMr.
Relieved Of Fi Bradford High School
more home rule. the experience of making in ] and Mrs. J.E. Tonlinson,
class of 1952 held its first class
--- ------- and Mrs. Wayne Douglas
LAKE BUTLER The operation. he said the federal money in savings could be been untouched in a savings 25 reunion, at the Saturday Starke night Golf, June and Mr.(Shirley Harley), Mr. and
S!! 5 D Union County Commission is grant money would not haveto Sine in a matter of months if account until the official reopening Country Club.Approximately. Mrs. Tom Whaley (Barbara
REWORD' in unanimous agreement that be repayed if the hospital lease agreement was not on June 21. 25 Wilkinson), Mr. and Mrs. Joe
the recently reopened hospital remained in operation for 20 reached quickly. The county Maines also warned that the classmates, with husbandsand Jordan (Julia Lawson) and
Milton
here should be leased if the years. The hospital could levied three mills, about lease must be agreeable to Dr. wives enjoyed the affair. Mr. and Mrs. Howard
For I Information f Leading To Return county could thertby relieve presumably be sold after the $75,000 for operation of the M.L. "Buck" Jewell and Dr. Special guests were Mr. and Mott.
itself of financiafsupport of 20 years is completed in 1992. hospital. That money had Vladimir Holowatsch or the Mrs.Charles Partin of Deland There was a three way tie
Of Old Church Record Books the 25-bed facility. Trustee J.D. Griffis asked operation would not be suc- and Miss Della Rosenberg of for the one with the most
At of the the commission for guidelines grandchildren (one) betweenMr.
a joint meeting Voter Drive cessful. Kingsley Lake.
commission and hospital trustees which the trustees should use The hospital first opened in Col. Arley McRae of and Mrs. Robert Cox
Deeds & Misc. Papers, last Thursday the offersto in setting up a possible lease late 1972, but closed with financial Washington, D.C. won a prize (Sylvia May), Mr. and Mrs.
lease or purchase the facili- agreement which the county UnderWayDurin problems in May of for coming from the furthest Ralph J. Darley (Ruth
ty were discussed. Trustee commission would approve. 1974. The hospital was reopened distance. There was a five Glisson) and Mr. and Mrs.
Stolen June 13, 1976 From chairman D.M. Hale said Speaking for other after the board negotiated way tie for the one with the J.E. Tomlinson.
three different companies had commissioners Chairman JulyThe to move Dr. Jewell
approached him concerning Gerald Griffis said the from Kissimmee to Lake
Hope Baptist Church the operation of the hospital.He commissioners would be Bradford County Super- Butler. Dr. Holowatsch provides
said an offer to purchasethe happy if the hospital could be visor of Elections office is coverage of the emer 75 Local Youths
million-dollar facility had kept open and remove the use conducting a voter registration gency room with Dr. Jewell.
_ Theressa FI been made, but that would of tax money in the hospital drive, which began June Both now have patients in the
a, require the county to repay operation. 24 and will continue until July hospital.
about $260,000 in Hill-Burton Commissioner Paul Riherd 24,the deadline for registeringto Employed In Work
Call Ed Clancy federal grant money which added that paying a company vote in the September pri- 4 ArrestedIn
was used to build the hospitalin to manage the hospital at maries.
1972. county expense should not be Registration booths will be

473-3403 However, Hale said an considered.Hale manned in Brooker, Hampton, Lawtey Experience Program
arrangement could be made said the propositions Lawtey,and Starke on various<
whereby the hospital would be offered by the three firms did dates which will be announced For
No Questions Asked leased to an organization and not include any cost for weekly.( Proof of birthdate BurglaryFour
21 CHG no county money would be management.Hale should be presented when registering More than 20 county operating the summer feedingand
used for the facility's said he had been at booths or at the Lawtey men have been employers, most of them governmental ( recreation) programs in
contacted by Health Care Supervisor of Elections officein charged with burglary and or social service four Neighborhood Service
Services (HCS) of Ft. the Bradford County Court grand larceny following a agencies, will employ 75 Centers in the county (RJE-:
Lauderdale,which is the same house. Tuesday afternoon break-in of youths under the Work Starke, Hampton. Lawtey.
group which offered to manage Supervisor of Elections a trailer owned by Edwin Experience Training and and Speedville) is the largest
the facility for a fee last Neva Flynn said, "We are Albert Rastorfer, Jr., of Law Education Program, operat- user of Work Experience
do know. year. The<< other firms were doing this for the convenienceof tey. ing from June 21 through labor with 21 positions. The
you from Birmingham, Ala, and those who live out of town." August 30. City of Starke is second with
Louisville Ky., Hale said. She said still The program is managed 14.
County Atty. Hal Maines persons may Arrested Tuesday night locally by Mrs. Debra Following is the breakdownof (
register at the Supervisor of
who also were Ricardo Jose Rondez, under workers to each
serves as hospital Williams an appropriation assigned
about ourcustomer board attorney, said the taxMan Elections office open. from 22; Dennis Roberts, 18; Randy of approximately $83.000 employer: local Work experience
to
8:30 5
: a.m.
p.m.I Roberts, 19; and Johnny S. administered through the Florida office 2; Bradford
.
Andrews, 20.Bradford
of Community 2
Department County courthouse ; County
Arrested For I Sheriff's Affairs under the CETA Library. 1. BHS-KOTC. I.
service County Chief Title 3 program.The Bradford County School
Department Deputy
people are Board. 4 Food Stamp office
Of I young ;
Burglary Inyonier Robert Green said a stereo, .
television employed for a maximum of 2: BUS Agriculture: Dept 4.
$400
cameras a
30 hours per week at $2.30 an BHS Recreation L>ept., 2:
electric and other
Billy Martin. guitar hour. They must be in the Sheriffs office 2.
age
A June 21 burglary of$520 in items stolen from the County
department ? assorted tools from the Martin notified authorities trailer.He .were bracket of 14 to 21, and from Starke National Guard, 1. V'o-
Rayonier building at the when he found that the hinges said the was low income families. Tech Center. I 1. Starke Elementary : -
intersection of US-301 and SR- had been sawed off the north recovered later at property the home of Mrs. Williams said there School 5: County
221 (the Hampton cut off has door of the tool shed. a relative of two of the defen- are more females than malesin Clerk's office 2: :North Florida
If you have a question about your bill or want a led to the arrest of Willie J. Removed from the buildingwere dants in the possession of a the program, and more Civil 1 Defense 1: :Neighborhood
Williams of Gainesville. a Homelite chain saw, a blacks than whites. "For Service Centers. 21\
change made In your service (such as a phone tool box, and assorted tools. ered third was defendant.stolen property Also recov-from some reason we have fewer The Apartments Chief Deputy Robert Greenof Green said Williams is applications from white subsidy program) 4. City
moved, an extension installed or your directory the Bradford County being held in the Alachua recent of breakings the and Elemen-enter- males," she said. Sewage Dept 2. City sax

listing changed) call our business office. If Shemf's Department said the County Jail to face charges ings tary School. Lawtey Approximately one-third of Dept 2.: City Street l Dept ,. V
break-in occurred at night and there, and that his bond had the workers are employed in City :Meter 1 Dept 4. Citv
your phone is out of order: (the bell doesn't was reported the following been set at $5,000 in Bradford Assisting were Sheriff's in the Investigation Depart-- common labor jobs; one third, Police Dept 1.Dr. I 1.

ring, you can't hear or be heard, or you havea morning--by Rayomer- employe County. ment Deputies Steve Backus, and in semi-skilled a third in clerical occupations jobs,
Don Denton, and John Demp-
KemioM Annuls.Mrcliii"
continuing problem of any kind), call our In orders C Q sey. Mrs.CUBB Williams Agency said., which is .

repair service number. call cof'e! 4-eoO"0'9 --- : On Kuril I
'lJ
Whptever your question about your service, 9 S GARDENt00l :\It'ntnl"ruhlt'l1I"

look in the front information pages of your (JIWi311110 Both Long And Short NURSERY PLANTS

directory for the number to call. Helping you.., Handle\ Large selection the Dr.Bradford-Union Bill Lennon, director Guidance of


an important part of Continental's job atc 1lfi3i3 10 % Off 10 % Off Summer Clinic Rural :Mental attended Study Health Program a Servicesat special in


c:\T Continental US 301 N. 964-6567 the University of Wisconsinin
Telephone System :\ Wisconsin, June
An Equal Opportunity Employer Powells Has Gone"Bananas" 1318.
----= LAWN LOOK SICK? A major purpose of the
was to allow mental
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gJfi: -:=;;;.. Chinch Bugs Are Active Now. common administrators problems to faced discuss by

_. mental health care facilitiesin
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-- -- conference offered
---11:1-: :;;;: ...iff8- .==- :-.- With The For All Three Or Call fJ opportunity for rural staffersto an

= .-= ;?-;-. For Free Inspection And discuss issues with federal
-= --- .-- mental health officials, to
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: -='oJ't CrazyUpSide Get The Best Trade and information practices on in current the mental trends

health care field.Highlighting .
\ With Us this year's
conference were top-rated
1 \ We'll Take Any Old Mower In trade speakers covering issues suchas

Regardless Of Condition. On Any New : how to set up programs to
\ 9I1 Walk or Ride Mower help people deal with death.
dying and grief helping
I '\ TORO Mowers women in rural areas, rural
l drug abuse and the
programs
19 & 21" Cut. $ 95 mental health ;
Down 149 problems of
F \ Push or SellPropelledManual UP migrant workers and their
-3 or Elect. Start families.

\'".A 341 My Neighbors

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Sale Just For 39Reg 10IIOA
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80' Plus Tax / Call 964-5745

Offer Good Thurs, Fri & Sat Only Home Office: Gainesville Fla. Est. 1949 Also In: Ocala True to, we don't want. to appur -

Crystal River A'PaMtka Lake City StarKe Jacksonville neither J '' do overreact:r. but then
A ; St. Augustine Tallahassee we care to appear
July 1,2 & 3 to
NoSubstitues undu-na<:t. So let' Just give
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I KateFlorida Increase Is Sought By Phone CompanyHe '7h e ccr hi fiLot

citizens rjlj
arise ate a.m. to wait no in longer line to said it is "imperative"that able foreign sources of petro- imports from the OPEC coun- 1975. dent on OPEC for energy

buy J gasoline, but they are still our ahead national quickly leadershipmove after the leum is rising. Reliance on tries has also increased, "We remain today as we imports," Stone said. Until Dog' "' 'Grooming l. .& .
victims of continuing energy presidential end supplying 59 percent of our were at the time of the 1973 this situation is corrected our I' : an ''' '' '" "
.I"g
problems. elections "to congressional total petroleum imports in boycott dangerously depen- national security and our : !

"Although Is past,.!:the our national sense of crisis workable national energy develop pro-a HAMPTONHIGHLITES economic health will be sub- AU: :''Brc di'', ,. j
energy and ject to decisions made beyondour
gram put it into effect. Raiford home BurnsA
is still "
problem
with us, Flo- shores and which
Stone over we
introduced
rida's Senator a Senate / 404 W. Madison St. Starke
Richard (Dick) have little "
control.
Stone said. "We cannot afford Joint Resolution last week to Saturday morning fire shall Edgar Aid had samplesof Stone continued "We need Closed sun. & Mon
organize that effort. It a Can For Appointment
proposes June 26 completely destroyedthe the debris
to wait for another analyzed, and
embargo to jolt us into oil a Conference a national Leadership by Delorei Meng 1110 Raiford Road home of had reported "no foul play." and well-reasoned the time to national Implement policy it is 964.5221 (Next To Pt"ly MOM)
patchwork on Energy Policy. Phone 468-1915 Adro Brown, manager of the However, the cause of the 3/18.8/10
energy 'policy'. now, before action
The newly elected Presidentand foreign
"Elderly Gator Ranch Supply in Starke fire has not been determinedand "
persons
incomes have on fixed the new Congress would Mrs. Gertrude Slade and Assistant Chief Robert E. Bowen said the investigation compels it.
from the no assurance issue the call for the conference Mrs.Jessie Whitfield attendedthe Lewis of the Starke Fire would continue.
will be government that and the new President Silver Wedding Department said the fire was
they protected against would preside over the meet celebration of Mr. and Mrs. reported by a mailman
increases additional caused large electric by further rate ings. Avery Slade in Fairbanks shortly before 10:30: a.m. He 1k Old 1V1lZU; Going Out Of
rises in imported oil Participants in the confer- recently. said the mailman went inside
Stone said. prices, ence would include represen- Alan Birt has returned the house to check for occu-
tatives of the congressional home following his flight to pants before calling the
energy conference committeeof Preston, Maryland. He spent police.No .
BASEBALL GAMES 1975; congressional, indus- two weeks visiting his cousins, one was home at the timeof I' Business SALE !
FOR JULY 4-5 trial, labor, conservative and the George Payne family, and the blaze, but according to
consumer leadership, and in- attended the graduation Lewis, Mrs. Brown had left "" ,
The Lawtey Cubs will meet dividual energy experts. exercises of Linda Payne. He the house shortly before the 'l/k5. '-rJ"Idea __
the Starke Tigers in a baseball Sen. Stone suggested that enjoyed the beauty of fire began. are very mach like: Up To 60 % Off Of Every Item In Stock !
game at 2:30: p.m. Sunday, the conference consider such Maryland while sightseeingthere Starke Police Chief Jimmy children-your own are won
July 4, in Starke.A questions as: What is the pro- and found the climate to Bowen said State Fire Mar- derful." Up To 60% Deducted Off Of Present Retail
doubleheader is scheduledto per role of government regulation be quite cool.
begin at 2 p.m. Monday, in the energy field? Mr. and Mrs. Russell Every Thing Must Go NOW!
July 5, with Lawtey's Cubs What measures can we take to Williams recently moved
the Starke Tigers, and curb energy waste? from their country home to Pant Suits ..Jeans
Hilliard playing. U.S dependence on unreli- the city of Hampton. B & M Starter & Generator .BlousesJewelry Up To .Dresses I i
Welcome also to Mr. and
Mrs. Tim Nickelson who .Tank Tops !

I COMMUNITY NEWS 1 Gainesville recently moved to the house from .Shorts 60 % Off Halters
/
ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER vacated by Mrs. Ruth Is Moving
Matchett when she made her No Lay-A-Way Cash Or Bank Americard and Master Charge Only''
American Legion Post 314: Pastorial Teaching at 8 p.m. home in Orlando.
The regular monthly meeting Sunday services will begin Mrs. Margaret Wadsworthis 'Fixtures Go Tooll!I Racks Fire Extinguisher Wall Flacks Wrapping Counter
of American Legion Post 314 with Sunday School at 930; ; doing good work in n
will be held Sunday July 4, at Morning Worship at 11:30: with managing the recreation This Weekend To -Stock Room Bins 13 Foot Electnc Sign Mirrors Chairs r
New Bethel in the Minister Dewey Taylor project sponsored by CUBB at
Education Plastic Size i Rings
Building. All delivering the message. At the Hampton Elementary & Much More
Legionaires are asked to 5:30: Y.PW.W. with Sister School. There are \i
please be present. Jimmie Thomas in charge. approximately 30 participantsfrom 238 E. SALE Starts Thurs July 1'x 1I 1
CHURCH NEWS Elder D.R. Williams, pastor ages three through Washington
..Notice! Mt. Zion A.M.E.! Philadelphia Baptist eighteen mostly from the I

Church Rev. Richard Bethel Church. Rev. W.J. Mayberry, Hampton area presently ryf-/l/lf All Sales Final !
pastor. Our first choir pastor. Service activity asfollows enrolled in this program. + ; ; }

anniversary will begin Friday : Home Day will be Justin Wadsworth Street Starke No Refunds
night July 23, at 8 p.m. observed Sunday beginningwith celebrated his 7th birthday on ( + Iif
iwr
Sunday, July 25, at 11 a m. the Sunday School at 10 a.m. June 23 with a swimming f 4//i'I+(+; + C Or Exchanges
Music will be furnished by the Morning Worship at 11 a.m. party at Paradise Lake with + + 138 E. CallStarke ,
choir from Melrose. The the speaker will be Mr. C. ,family and friends.
morning speaker will be Elder Johnson. Dinner will be Happy Birthday to Janice
Ruise.At3 p.m. there will be a served on the grounds at 1 Davie who celebrated on June 964-6090

musical program. Everyoneis pm. At 3 pm. Rev. W.J. 27.Theresa OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 9 a m Til 4.30 p m
invited to attend.Mt. Mayberry will be the speaker. Phelps was 2 years
Pisgah ,\\I.E.! Church, The Public is invited. old on June 26 and celebratedwith

Rev. John Farmer pastor. The True Church of God In a Bar-B-Que and party . . .
Service schedule as follows: Unity, Rev. Sampson White, afterwards with family and *********1t7ft**>ttlt*******-***" **---****-***" ***********************,********** .

Weekly services began with pastor.. Weekly" services began friends. ..
Choir rehearsal Tuesday nightat Monday with Prayer Meeting. Mrs. Josephine Fontainewas .
7:30.: Sunday services will Wednesday night Tarrying presented with a Happy *
begin with Sunday School at 10 service, Friday night Bible Birthday cake by Mrs.Evelyn ; WHY PMORE
a.m. Morning Worship at 11 Study Sunday services willbegmwithSlIl1daySchoolat Vaughn on June 25. Mr. and jjoP) ) 155 W. Call St. .*.
a.m. Communion will be givenIn 10 Mrs. Fontaine enjoyed the \ ,
*
this service a.m. Morning Worship at 11 weeklong visit of their
Ml. Morlah: and Pleasant a.m. Evening Worship at 6 daughter and family who left E Starke Fla. ? *
,
Grove United Methodist p.m. the next day for their home in I' ..
Church Parish. Rev Willie Greater Bethlehem New York. ..
AD GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT.
Stitt, pastor. Services will Freewill Baptist Church Rev, *
begin at Mt. Moriah Tuesdaywith Jasper Williams, pastor. Hampton Lake News
Prayer :Meeting Choir Service activity as (follows: Mr. and Mrs. Claude K
rehearsal next Wednesday Services began with Prayer Prevatt have been visiting RiG
night Choir No 1 will render Meeting Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs..Lester Slade for BICENTENNIAL \\\lIIJRIIDIiBIGGEST SAVINGS E *
service at Ebenezer Baptist Senior rehearsal Wednesdaynight. several weeks. They plan to !
Church Friday night. July 2. Story Hour at the return to their home in Key *
Notice! Choir No. 1 will render Church Thursday night. West soon. r.tin '' '
song service at Mt Pisgah Friday night at 6 p.m. Junior Mr. and Mrs. George .* LADIES' A MISSES' ( I I -----1'| :
July 18 at 3 p.m. Choir rehearsal. Saturday at 6 Simpson spent Sunday, LOOK BUYS fIII.f.iff' \
Pleasant Grove service p.m. Sunday School teachers Monday and Tuesday in WHAT i:7: 100% NYLON plNlt I *
E HEREI I LEMON
activities began with Young conference The Senior Miami attending a Christmas oR 3"rf *
Adult Choir rehearsal Monday Ushers will be selling dinners Preview flower show. Beverly .: JG 1 STRETCH KNIT 'II 1 I ; *
night. Tuesday night Young from the kitchen. Meng went along with them MENS' I I \ *
Junior Choir rehearsal was Sunday services will begin and also enjoyed sight-seeing : SHORT SLEEVE \ ; T-SHIRTS .. _
in Southern Florida. l *
held. Wednesday! night Prayer with Sunday School at 9:30.: '
:Meeting Thursday night. Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. AI Kumanchikwere .. f. SPORT SHIRTS $127' -'- *
Dinner will be served Saturday night guests of LIQUID "SUPER SUDS" *
Bible Study at 8 p.m. Sunday at 12:30.: y 7 '.
at the Paul Meng family. Doris ..: ," : 3 t*. DISH DETERGENT LAUNDRY POWDER *
services will begin with Evening Worship 6 p.m. .' .
:. '.:: Short .1 lo>vo) multt drip** *
Sunday School at 10 a.m. The First Born Church of Kumanchik is a former coworker ( .; ,.y:': ..;; Oncrott polyMttr and '" tthoto print or wild.' color 310Z. SI 16 oi. *1 ,
of Ruth when ..: .. ;. cotton blind SUM I M t bodi.. wtih mulrt, poftrh 3 $1 .
:Morning l Worship at 11 a.m. the Living God Elder S.V. they J" ";':."..; 1 \ \ fl.*vt Sito>* small I. mod I LIMn i NOR LIMIT :3 W *.
Communion service at..4 p.m. Cohens pastor! ; The weekly were both young girls in k. .:...:; .... \'turn lorgMEMS' '. -*.
New Bethel and F.brnezer: services began Tuesday night Toledo, Ohio. '.: X-
.
Baptist Churches, Rev Leroy at7:45: Prayer service. Friday Brian Clark celebrated his .. \ I ":: -, *
Davis, pastor Service night at 7:45: Tarrying 12th birthday on June 22 with .. : ..
activities as follows: Weekly Service. family and friends at a dinner / dr'h i
'. )f
services began Wednesday First and third Sunday party in Gainesville. Some of ... \\\\7)\/, jWMEMS' "-1 / I \''..'.- *
night with Bible Class and order of service. Sunday the group also enjoyed roller ) r' t *
Bible Study combined At 7 School at 10:30: a.m. At 11:30: skating with Brian. r... 1. ; "'f.. *
p.m. Sunday School will a.m. Home Mission at 6 p.m. Chris and Tommy Meng : p : *
conclude services for the day. Y.P.C.W. and or exchange report seeing an alligator SHORTY I I t ..
Kneneier: Baptist Church service with Gainesville. several times in Hampton PAJAMAS *i'. ( ..,' > ..
services: Bible study at 7:30: Visitors are always welcome. Lake recently. The alligator f "pw', .. n. 1 ..
Greater Allen population has seemed to have K P""" ond I i .
Tuesday night. Prayer Chapel .
)
Ii A.' CO
Wednesday night Friday A.M.E.: Church. Rev. R.G. been reduced considerably. .. <, I. .I *
night, July 2, the choir and Heastie, pastor. Service Traffic is picking up on the I II
ushers anniversary will be schedule as follows: Friday lake with many people : :
held at 8 p.m. Saturday. July night July 2, at 7:30: Lovefeast boating, skiing, fishing and .. PK*. *
3. the Junior Willing Workers service. Sunday services will swimming to cool off and .. WALK 1'.r! ,... *
will sponsor a Talent begin with Sunday School 10 enjoy the relaxing beauty of \ SHORTS '2" w.MYS' .*. jf
Program at 3:30.: Everyone is am. Morning at 11 a.m. the lake. *
invited to attend. Communion service at 5:30.: Brian Clark was among I
Church of God in Christ All members are asked to those leaving on Monday to I I/ *
Weekly services as follows: cooperate with all activities of attend 4 H Camp at Cherry ;, .yN i WALK II ""c .. X-
Friday night Pray and the church (for success. Lake.WESTERN M SHORTS *T* P : **

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LEGALSIN LEGALSNOTICE LAWTEYby Starke's Best Western Motor Inn I



THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR OFAPPLICATION Represented At Company Seminar

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BRADFORD COUNTY FOR Elizabeth Terry the United States,

FLORIDA TAX DEED PHOENIX, Arizona Jim Ing and marketing wholesale throughout Zealand, Aus-
New
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones Canada,
Wasson and Bill Blackwell and
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN supply equipment pur-
Caribbean.
the
Church of God Sunday and family of Jacksonvillewere I tralia, and
: t? co-owners and H.D. Kirk- and credit card
CASE NO. 75-212 that H.V. SAXON, the holder of School chasing, pro-
10 a.m. Worship Services weekend guests of their
the following certificates: has patrick, manager, of the cedures.
IN RE: The Marriage of GLEN filed said certificates for a tax 11 a.m. and 7pm. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starke Best Western Motor
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: Wilkerson. Sunday guests 4Ja Inn recently attended Executives and staff memo Martin Training
HARLON WOOTEN, Husband deed to be Issued thereon. The .., an
p.m. and YPE Friday at 7:30: were their daughters Mrs.
and TERESA ELAINE certificate numbers end yean of rtl' Orientation Seminar for new bers from Best Western'sInternational With Famous 101st
Linda Crawford and Jennifer Best Western and headquarters CAMPBELL, KY.June
WOOTEN. Wife.NOTICE issuance, the description of the p.m.Evergreen ca..a owners FT.
property, and the names In Baptist: Sunday of Baldwin. operators.The conducted the sessions and 9 Army Sergeant James U.
School 10 a.m. Worship Services Mrs. Mae Wells and Miss seminar held in exchanged Ideas and informa- of !Mr. and
OF SUIT which it was assessed aim as was Martin, 20, son
follows: 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Arthurine Blanchard visited FIRST BAPTISTCHURCHSTARKE Phoenix, Arizona, Interna- tion with the attendees. Mrs. Howard Martin Lawtey,

TO: GLEN HARLON WOOTEN, Certificate No. 110. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8 her sister, Miss Enza tional headquarters for Best recently participated in exercise -

29 Stockton Street Charleston, Year of Issuance: 1974. p.m.Faith Blanchard of Baker County Sunday Men's Breakfast, Western, the world's largest At each of the meetings Red Eagle 1, an Army

West Virginia 25312. Description of Property: Beg.at Radio Baptist over Church WPXE: Thursday Nursing Home afternoon.at Macdenny 7:30a.m.: Sunday School, 9:45: ; lodging organization.While heavy emphasis; was placedon training evaluation programof

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED SW Cor. of EM' of SW% of Starke program Sam. Sunday. Bible Pastor and Mrs. Jim Hall Morning Worship at 11; in Phoenix the new maintaining BestWestern's the 101st Airborne Divi-

that an action for Dissolution of SW'of NWM N 469, E School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- and family spent Monday with Church Training, 6:15: ; Best Westerners toured their outstanding travelers reputation sion's 1st brigade at Ft.

marriage has been filed againstyou 11062', S 469, W 11062, to vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. his brother, Charles Hall and Evening Worship, 7:30.: International Marketing and by providing service Campbell, Ky.
and you are required to FOB Ex R/Wof Co. Gr. Rd. RP430. Monday Church office Reservations Center and with friendly per-
of Inverness.
serve a copy of your written Sec. 25, Twp 8-S, R22. 7:30 Prayer: p.m.Meeting Bible Study.Wednesday family celebrated his birthday They by closed. Girls' Ensemble, 6:40: attended sessions on Best sonal attention accommodations, and clean at a, Sgt. Martin is a squad

defenses, if any to it on Name In which assessed: Grace United Methodist to Weekiwachee Springsfor p.m. Westernizing their property. quality leader in Company A, 2nd
going
RICHARD E. WELTY Attorneyfor Vertince Green, Jr. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship :- the day. Tuesday. No WMU Subjects included quality con- reasonable price. Battalion of the brigade's327th
Best Western has over 1.700
the Petitioner, whose All of said property being in meeting. trol maintenance housekeeping Infantry. lie entered the
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of in cities
address is 114 N. Walnut Sir JIlt, the County of Bradford State of p.m. Choir Practice 7 p.m. Graham were Sunday guestsof Wednesday Family Night requirements the toll-free properties 1,100 Army in August 1972, completed

P.O. Box 996, Starke, Florida Florida and United MYF 8 p.m Wed- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Supper, 6:15: ; Sunday School reservation system, advertisW.A.Lnhn,47 basic training at Ft.

32091, and file the original with Unless such certificate or nesday. Harold Eunice.Mr. Workers Meeting GAs, RAs Thomas K. Stokes Jackson. S.C., and was last

the Clerk of the abovestyledCourt certificates shall be redeemed Highland Baptist: Sunday and Mrs. Wendell Kelly Acteens, World Friends andMission stationed at Ft. Clayton, C.Z.

on or before August 2, according to law the property School 10 a.m. Worship Services and daughter Virginia Friends, 6:45: p.m. Funeral services for

1976, otherwise a judgment may described in such certificate or 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. arrived Saturday to spend Hour of Power 7:30: ; Adult & William Albert Lahn, 47, Thomas K. Stokes, Sr. of The sergeant's wife, Eifgi-

be entered against you for the certificates will be add to the Prayer Meeting Wednesday part of their vacation with Youth Choir, 8:15.: died at his home at the Jo-Lu Starke were held at 11 a JIl. tara, is with him at the fort.

relief demanded In the Petition. highest bidder at the court 7:30: p.m. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thursday Visitation, 9:30: Trailer Park south of Starke Tuesday, June 29 in the

WITNESS my hand and the house door on the 20th day of Norlhslde Baptist: Sunday Hermie Kelly. a.m. Deacon-led Visitation, 7p.m June 24.Born Chapel of George H. Hewell

I seal of said Court on the 28 day July 1976. School 10 a.m. Worship Services Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard Harley Dec. 15, 1928 in and Son Northside Funeral

of June, 1976. Dated this 16th day of June, 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. of Bushnell spent the Saturday Bus Ministry Philadelphia Pennsylvania, Home Jacksonville.Mrs. Mrs.RosieDennisonFuneral

Gilbert S. Brown 1976. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at weekend with their soninlawand Visitation, 8:30: a.m.MORGAN Mr. Lahn lived in Florida for Stokes, a native of

AS CLERK OF SAID COURT. Gilbert S. Brown, dork 7:30: p.m. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ----- the past six years, and in Gainesville, was a former services will be at 4

By: Beulah M. Moody Wayne Massey and family Starke for four years. He was resident of Jacksonville and p m today (Thursday. July 1))

By Beulah M. MoodyDeputyerl Clerk of Circuit Courtof and other relatives. Mrs. ROAD employed by the Starke was retired from the for Mrs. Fosse Dennison, 72. of
BAPTIST CHURCH
( Bradford, Co., Florida Wilma Wainwright and Veterinary Hospital. Jacksonville Highway Raiford who died l Tuesday.
7/1 4tchg 7/22 6/244tchg 7115INVITATION granddaughter. Mrs. Elva Sunday Services Sunday Surviving are his parents Department. For the past The funeral will be in

------ ---- -------------- Reddish Mrs. Mattie Miley, School 10 a.m. Morning Mr.and Mrs. William E. Lahnof year, Mr. Stokes lived with Raiford Baptist Church.
and services for the
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Mrs. Helen Harley Mrs. Worship Hampton Junction; two his daughter, Mrs. W.D. Burial will be in Ml Zion
TAX DEED TO BID Elaine Bedsteter and childrenof deaf 11; Training Union, sisters, Mrs. Barbara Ann Sessions, in Starke. Cemetery

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Commissioners The Board of of Bradford County Pennsylvania, Mr. and Mrs. 6:30: ; Evening Mid-Week: Shippey of Roselle Park, N.J., Survivors include the Survivors include two

that T.W. TATUM the holder of will receive Joe Harley and family, Mr. Wednesday and Mrs. Janet Brownlee of widow, Mrs. Jane Stokes; two daughters: Mrs Kathryn
County sealed bids Service and Bible
the following certificates has and Mrs. Randy Harley, and Prayer Fargo, N.D.Funeral daughters: Mrs. Harry Lent Alvarez, Itaiford and :Mrs.
10:00
until AM.
: on Monday, 7:30 Choir
filed said certificates for a tax Terri and Virginia Massey Study, : p.m. services were held and Mrs. W.E. Sessions; two Marilyn Buehne, Chicago; a
July 12, 1976 to be in the .
opened 8:15.MADISON
deed to be issued thereon. The County Commission Room in went home with them Sundayfor Practice, : Tuesday, June 29, at sons: Warren Q. and T. K. brother, Andrew Taylor

certificate numbers and years of the Courthouse for insurance d a visit. ------ graveside in Crosby Lake Stokes, Jr., four grand- Ocala. and a granddaughter.

issuance, the description of the and liability securities !Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman STREET Cemetery with Rev. Leroy children and six great- Archer Funeral Home of
property, and the names in on money BAPTIST CHURCH Olive officiating. DeWitt C. grandchildren.Burial of
of the various officials of Brad- and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lake Butler is in charge
which it was assessed are as William Griffis, Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Charles R. Swartz, Jones Funeral Home was in was in Evergreen arrangements.
ford Renewal
County. date for
follows: f l pastor.Friday. of arrangements. Cemetery in Jacksonville.
Gene and children charge
Certificate No. 106. this insurance is July 21, 1976. Taylor Men's Softball
Mrs. Darlene Norman and I
Year of Issuance: 1974. Michael Lawrence Dobbs, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brox- game with 1st Baptist, -
of BEG Gilbert S. Brown sons Westside Park 8:45: Earl Chesser 57 Bethel Baptist Church
Description Property: 6/24 2tchg 71INVITATION son of Mr. and Mrs. A.J. ton of Lake Wales, were Sun- p.m. ,
7501 S of NE Cor of NWV4 of Sunday Sunday School,
June
Dobbs of Lawtey a 4 dinner of Mr. and
------------- day guests
NW'A S 634' W T23 to Ely. graduate of Trinity Christian Mrs. Harry Wilkerson.Mrs. 9:45: : Morning Worship, and Earl M. Chesser, 57, of REVIVAL July 5-10

R/Wgr. rd. Non E R/W/ 681.99" TO BID Academy of Jacksonville left J.L. Heith of Children's Worship, 11; Ocala died Saturday, June 26,

E 967.49 to PO8 Par. Desc. In City of Hampton is now for the United States Marinesat Savannah, Ga. spent a week Church Training, 6:15: ; at the Munroe Memorial

OR Bk 39 Pg. 325-4. Sec. 24 accepting bids for Trash Pick Paris Island S.C. Monday, with her brother-in-law and Evening Worship 7:30.: Hospital where he was taken Evangelist / Pastor

TWP-8S R22. up. One ((1)) day a week, prefer- June 28. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Special services are following a sudden attack.
Name in which assessed: able Saturdays. Job to be A dinner was given in his Dobbs. planned for this 4th of July Chesser was born in Haw- Dick Roberts / O. D. Brooks

Keystone Estates Corp. opened from July 14, 1976 until honor by the members and Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Rodri- day of worship. thorne and moved from

All of sad property being in September 30, 1976. friends of the First Baptist guez are the parents of a son, Tuesday Ladies Bible Starke to Ocala 12 years ago. Homecoming July 11th With Dinner On The Ground

the County of Bradford, State of 1. Trash consist of (limbs, Church in Lawtey, Sunday, born Thursday, June 24, in Study 11 a.m.; luncheon 12 Hewas employed as a fork lift After Service

florida. rubbish, old tires, leaves and June 27. Brother E.C. Harveyis Shands Hospital Gainesville. noon. operator by a wholesale gro-

Unless such certificate or etc), and must be piled by the the pastor. There were 75 Tommy Harper of Starke Wednesday Youth Choir cery and was a member of the Everyone Welcome

certificates shall be redeemed side of the road present.Rev. visited his grandparents, Mr. Practice; Mid-Week Service, Madison Street Baptist ;

according to law the property 2. The City of Hampton and Mrs. Carl J. Pres- and Mrs. Carl Prevatt, Sun- 7:30 p.m. Adult Choir Church in Starke. f

described In such certificate or reserves the right to reject any or nell and family of Waynes- day afternoon. Practice, 8:30.: Surviving is his wife Gladys r

certificates will be sold to the all bids. ville, N.C., he is pastor, of Rev. Walter Mathis of Mid- --- -- Rahme Chesser; two sons ,
highest bidder at the court 3. Bids may be turned in to First United Jerry Chesser and John
Aliens Creek Baptist Church, dleburg visited Mr. and Mrs.
house door on the 8th day of Qty Clerk no later than July 13, spent their vacation here in Les McClellan on Monday Chesser, both of Ocala; two ( UUaGJUlifI GJIJ( U

July 1976. 1976 8:00: P.M. regular Council the home of Mrs. Blanche night. Methodist Church daughters. Mrs. Janice Law-

Dated this 28th day of May, meeting night. Phillips, also of Waynesville, Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson son of Starke and Mrs. Summer classes will begin the
Lee Allen at Bradford-Union
1976. Mary Glenda Faircloth of Ocala;

Gilbert S. Brown. Clerk City Clerk N.C.Mr.. and Mrs. Johnny spent Brocato the, weekend of Cocoa with Beach.Col. School Sunday for: 9:45 all: ages a.m.; .11 Church a.m., three sisters Mrs. Ruby Kirk- Area Vocotional-T.chnicai Center Monday, July 5, at 8

Clerk of Circuit Courtof 6/24 3tchg 78INVITATION/ Jenkins and son Robert of They attended a Hawaiian Morning Worship Nursery land, Mrs. Mildred Copeland, a.m. and run through August 13 for Vocational and
-------------
and Mrs. Elsie Mann all of
Bradford Co., Fla TO BID Milliard,and grandson Donald Party for Col. Joseph Pospisil, Provided; 6 p.m., UMYF' Academic classes.
6/10/ Ocala and 11 grandchildren.
4tcchg,7/1 City of Hampton is now Green were Sunday overnight commander at Patrick Air snack supper Mildred ALSO
-- ------ Funeral services were held
accepting bids for drilling a Deep guests of their parents, Mr. Force Base. Harper and Joyce Riherd; Night classes will begin 5 and be
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO and Mrs. O.J. Anders. Other Mrs. Bennett Wilkison Sr. Wednesday afternoon in the July held from 6p.m.
4 inch with 6:30: p.m., UMYF Meetingsand
Well pipe complete in to 10
DeWitt C Jones Chapel p.m.
REGISTER
for dinner Monday;
2 H.P. submersible guests spent a week with her son and Recreation. .
single phase
with Rev. Charles
FICTITIOUS NAME were their son and daughter- daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Starke
and pertinant accessoriesat Wednesday: 7:30: p.m.,
Pursuant to Section 86609 pump Hampton Recreational Park. in-law, Mr. and !Mrs. Bill Hubert Wilkison of Live Oak. Chancel Choir Rehearsal.On Swartz officiating. Burial All .fees must b. paid the first day of' classes.
followed the Pine Grove
Florida Statutes notice is hereby Anders and family Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Tye and in
June 27
Sealed Bids will be opened at Sunday, 1976 Raiford with
given that the undersigned Miss Elizabeth Terry Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Talley Don S. Lewis son-in-law of the Cemetery near
For
council be heldat further
next to Information
Sharon Hayes Rt 2, Box 560 meeting visited her sister, Mrs. C.E. had a cookout Sunday cele- Rev. and Mrs. George L. DeWitt C Jones Funeral phone 964.6150.
Hall 13. 1976 8.00
City July
Home in of Ifchg 7/1
Melrose. Florida 32666 dang Strickland of Gainesville charge arrange-
P.M., with bids to be accepteduntil brating J.C. Tye and ChrisTalley's Harper was ordained a Bap-
business under the firm name of that time. Thursday and Friday. While birthdays. Guests tist minister at his home ments.

"A CHILD'S GARDEN NUR. The City of Hampton reserves there, they attended Bible were Mrs. Fred L. Roberts church in Arlington, Virginia.He .

SERY SCHOOL Rt. 2, Box the right to reject any or all bids. School at North Central Bap- and son. and !Mr and Mrs. preached both the morningand
550 Melrose Bradford County tist Church. Their niece, Miss Robert B. Keith and family of evening service that day.

Florida 32666 intends to register Mary Lee Allen, Eve Futch of Starke, was their Jacksonville, !Mr and Mrs. He is director of the Virginia

said fictitious name under the City Clerk Thursday evening dinner Gene Pearson, and !Mrs. Baptist Brotherhood Camp at

provisions of aforesaid statute. 6/24 3tchg 78APPLICATION guest and overnight guest. Frank Camp of Lawtey.W.S. Bedford Virginia. His wife

Sharon Hayes sole owner !Mrs. Strickland's granddaughter Crews of Jacksonvillewas Jane, is the business man-

Dated this 22nd day of June ----- ---- !Miss Sarah Strick a Sunday dinner guest of ager.ST..MARK'S.
"a' F 4 ,
A.D. 1976 at Starke Florida land, visited them Friday. his mother Mrs. Pierce y..
6/244tchg 715NOTICE FOR Miss Terry rode home with Crews. ------
TAX DEED .EPISCOPAL
-------------- Miss Futch on Friday even- Mr. and !Mrs J B. Taylor, 3'
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN CHURCH

OF INTENTIONTO that H.V. SAXON the holder of ing.Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Pevey Jr.Jacksonville and daughter were, Carolyn Sunday of .Sunday. July 4: 8:30: a.m., ,I _rr9'_

REGISTER the following certificates has and son of Orlando. Mr. and dinner guests of their sister, Holy Eucharist; 10 a.m., Holy
FICTITIOUS NAME
filed said certificates for a tax Eucharist.
Mrs. Williams and
Charley Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey and
Pursuant to Section 866.09Florida
deed to be issued thereon. The
of --------------
sons Starke were Saturday nephew and niece, Mr and
Statutes, notice is here-
certificate numbers and of
years dinner guests of their uncle Mrs. D.R. Brown, and Cyn-
A.G. London
by that the undersignedG.K 86
given issuance, the description of the ,
and aunt, !Mr. and Mrs. Carl thia. .,
Ely, 2313 N. Temple Ave.,
property and the names in
t
Prevail. Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Joey Dobbs Yr
Starke. Florida 32091, doing which it was assessed are as Rev and Mrs. Fonzo Prevatt and children Mr. and Mrs. AG. (Pat) Loudon, 86, of C k.
business under the firm name of _
follows
: and Jackson and friendof Keystone Heights died Sunday ,
THE PALMS APTS." 2313 N. son, Casey Dobbs, and Mrs. Shirley
Temple Ave., Starke. Florida Certificate No. 86. Starke stopped by on their Know ley and baby, Scotty, morning, June 27, in Putnam
Year of Issuance 1974.
: home from Jacksonville. Community Hospital, L .
way visited Mr. and Mrs. Arlie y
32091, intends to register said -
Description of Property: Lots Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lambertof Dobbs Sunday afternoon. Palatka following an
fictitious name under the provision 1 &2 of Blk 14, Sec. 19, Twp-7- Tallahassee fora extended illness.
] of aforesaid statute. stopped by !Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore

G K By sole owner. S,Name R22 m which assessed: short visit with Miss Eliza- visited Mr. and Mrs. M.B. 104::

Dated this 22nd day of June John H. Parker. beth Terry Saturday after- Jordan of State Farm Sunday Born Jan.10, 1890 in Belfast, You'll marvel at the high quality performanceand

A D. 1976 at Starke Florida. All of said property being in noon. afternoon. Mr. Jordon is re- Ireland, Mr. Loudon came to the high-powered calculating features of

6/24 4tp 7/15 the County of Bradford State of and Mrs.mother Glen Shuford Mrs and girls cuperating from surgery. America in 1909. He was genera ,, this budget-priced figure genius. Large 8-
-------------- Hester Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Beach manager of Clay Electric
Florida. digit display large widely spaced numeral
Hicks spent Tuesday with her and their granddaughter, Cooperative, Inc. in Keystone
NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Unless such certificate or son-in-law and daughter Mr. Michele Roberts of Jackson Heights from 1940 until his and function keys and positive touch set a

FOR certificates shall be redeemed and Mrs. Floyd Martin of ville, spent Sunday afternoonwith retirement in 1963. Mr. Lou- new standard for personal calculator conve-

NOTICE TAX IS HEREBY DEED GIVEN described according in to such law the certificate property or Daytona. Their son and their parents, Mr. and don was very active in the U nience. Memory automatic square root,

daughter-in-law Marine Mrs. J.F. Robertson. Rural Electrification Pro- squaring percentage, reciprocal and full
that H.V. SAXON the holder of certificates will be sold to the a ii a2J23QC3
a u
Lieut. and Mrs. Derrell Mar-
Mr. and Mrs. James Clewis gram and served as presidentof floating decimal are powerful features found
has highest bidder at the courthouse
the certificates
following tin and family of Ocean Side and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilsonof
the statewide associationfor
J mJ' M g on much higher priced units
filed said certrficates for a tax door on the 20th day of who
Calif. home for
came a Miami have gone to Las two He was a char-
deed to be issued thereon. The July. 1976. visit with the family. The Der years. J ;:J ag
Vegas. Nevada and to California ter member and deacon of the :
Dated this 14th of
certificate numbers and years of day June Now 4995
rell Martins
ssuance, the description. of the 1976. came by on for two weeks. Their First Baptist Church of Key- ;;:
and
Thursday were overnight daughter, Rhonda Wilson is Mason and
stone Heights, a
procxTy and: the names mMas Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk of his i a Q Regularly 59"
grandmother ;gJJ g
guests spending the two weeks with Shriner. ,; ___ _
Beulah M. .
wntn assessed are as By: Moody l
!Mrs. Hester Hicks and uncle --
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
flows Clerk of Circuit Courtof and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mrs. Edward Roberts '
and Survivors include his wife, < ,
Bradford County Fla.
ur" So 33. Shuford and
family
other relatives. Ada C. Loudon two sons, P.D. ,
'ear -.f imuance, 1974. 6/24 4tchg 7/15 ;
!Mrs. Edith visited and A.G.
Swinney
------------- Loudon of Tampa
of
iwc'.cr PropertyCom.
SE Ccr of S'N'4 of SW V RunhrlflforPOBW1YN50'E her son-in-law and daughter, Loudon Jr. of Starke; one
K !c: NOTtC::EOF 106 RUle-
Mr. and Mrs. S L. Swindell Mrs. W.T. Jackson, rn'
daughter, f
( PUBLIC(EARINGare Here is the ideal Slide
and family, of Jacksonville Martin calculator for
CC S 97 to POe Sue 5. Twp- received the City Oerk of on Starke; one brother, +- wUiK 4 i: math students
Notice is hereby given that the by Sunday afternoon. Loudon Belfast, Ireland; two and engineers. Same large 8-
6-S P22hartie
City of Starke, Florida will hold a Starke on or before July 15. Mr. and Mrs. Howey Collier stepdaughters, Mrs. Jack Nelson digit decimal display and keyboard featuresof

6 n **\tir\RoundtreeAl \ assessed1Thornaa : Public Hearing at 7.00 p.m. on 1976 will be considered Copiesof and family and Mrs. Pat Ottawa, Ohio, and Mrs. the VS-104 this popular scientific model

: of sad Mary August 3, 1976 at City Cou'ocilChambers. the plan are available for Walker and son of Lawtey Emma Rene Weaver, Starke, has 42 functions including trigonometric and
property being n City Hall. 209 N. review at the Office of the Oty spent a week at Plant City Earl Brice
six : inverse
and stepsons trig functions.
ire County of Bradford, Stale of Computes common or
Clef k
Thompson Street Starka camping on a lake. They Gainesville
and Carl Brice ; natural
Honda logarithms. Has Pi
Florida pursuant to Public Law returned home on Sunday Brice and Harvey n key, exponential,
Driest such certificate or All objections to this notice Luther reciprocal, square root degree/radian and
92-500! for the purpose of night. Alaska Buren Brice,
certificates shaft be redeemed and the of the Brice, ; much more. A truly powerful
receiving public comment to the to program and J.J. Brice. Vida- scientific personal
Bronson,
according to law the property 201 Facilities Plan for the City of scheduled hearing should be Carmichael Ga. 44 grandchildrenand 11'r, calculator for the price.
deserted such certificate lia. plus
in or filed with the City Clerk of the
Starke's 201 Planning Area. Is : Airman
certificates will. be sold to the Navy 41 great-grandchildren.
of Starke. Florida at least .
City June 22 Navy Airman r Now 6995
bidder at the courthouse services were held
highest Funeral
before the hearing. All
The purpose of these plans is ten days Recruit Kenneth L. Car-
door on the 20m dey of morning June 29, in
should be to Tuesday
to provide an overall legal issues brought michael. son of Mr. and Mrs. Regularly 799
July 1976. Church In Keystone
of Starke's attention First Baptist
environmentally and the City Norman J. Carmichael
of
Dated the 14th day of June, 536 Heights with Rev. Ray-
made to resolve
and
an attempt
1976. economically acceptable N. Walnut St., Starke, has of the
method for wastewater them before the hearing. completed recruit training at mond Scruggs, pastor
Gilbert S. Brown. Dark officiating. Entomb-
By: Beulah M. Moody treatment and management the Naval Training Center, church, in Hillcrest Memorial The
interested will be ment was
within the Starke 201 Planning All persons Orlando Fla. Office Shop
Clerk of Circuit Court of Area. given the opportunity to be Park in Gainesville under

Bradford County Fla. heard. Among the subjects Car- direction of DeWitt C. Jones

6/244tchg 7/15 All Interested parties are michael studied, were sea- Funeral Home.In 110 West Call Street Phone 964.5764 Starke FloridaIf
,
------------- invited to attend and be heard. Merrill Edwards, manship, close order drill, lieu of flowers, the family

FOR SALE. M.cilfyUcfl Those not able to attend who City Clerk naval history and first aid. requests that donations be We Don't Have What You Need, We'll Try Our Very Best To Get It.
'>_ .! all.... Wlliiu4kt wish to submit written City of Starke. A 1975 graduate of Bradford made to the Building Fund of

..At Tu Office ,...,. comments: for the record may do Florida High School, he joined the the First Baptist Church, Keystone We Aim To Satisfy
Itchg 7/1 Navy in March 1976. Heights.
Such
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CLASSIFIED AD RATES SALE
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: Ralph Bryan Realty(

Deadline for Insertion TOP DOLLAR paid for Junk GARAGE SALEi Shop.., RENT: 0I.In'* MxUvUon 393 N.Temple Ave.
WEIGHT car*. 782-3481. 6/10 4tp 7/1 I/I bu. 30.00 moth Real Estate
Tuesday Noon lately & taut greaao gun chain saw, Bad acre per
Thursday preceding with X-ll Diet limo UAO. many ether Item. 1369 S. Water&Same f............ For SpocfcUWng In Late and 3 BR Cor. Lot (15000. \..
before Reduce KXCOM: Otild with Information call Mark Olin, Acreage -" f'!"!
X-Pel EXPERT workmanahlp In Walnut. Hwy 301 South For Building Mobile Home - -
publication. 3.Koch Drag Store 6/3 IStchg carpeting" chain link fencing, W A. Stern 964-5614. Itu OhV.Mobile Home Sake,Hwy. -or- 1 Acre Budding Lot on RD 16.

Minimum 9/9 and washer dryer repair. .100 Wn Stark 96t- II08. tf Late on Sampeoa Lake. 100 ft. - /_ triuillrgar
Charge S2.00 Call Allen Installation, 964- FOR SALE. Craftamao 10 on water'7,800.or flnanoAcreage 48 ACT Farm with home 1/2 mlon .
(Covers 13 Words) YOUNG WOMAN 38, de Ire. 8710. 6/17 4tchg 7/8 .Inch table *aw-Uk* new, FOR RENT. 4 room apt. 04 .... St. Rd. 229. RENLTY
Each word over IS podtion live In your home and 140. Wizard electric fence children, no pet.. 9645483Itchg - - -

10 cents care for rick or .lderl,. Roomboard charger and wood control.tZO. 7/1 and lots, largo and Cor. lot, with storage" Bldg.
., (25 per week. Call u,. Avon.AVON CALLING Call 755-2NW,To buy or eel Boll away bad 29. small. Several location - Cecella Terwillegar G -O
All Classified time 468-166. tfdig. or write Hand moat .11.1.. machine, FOR New
Ads must be Law Hyatt P.O.Box 220,Lake RENTiLerg. owner flnanclna Duplex In CIt,. --
paid for In advance unless City Florida tfchg.AUTOMOBILES. '15. Phone 468.1239.Itso 7/1 fiiralehed, 5 room - - -
you have an established apartment,964-8071.ltp 7/1 Nearly New 3 BR Brick
account with the PAPPAS ACCOUNTING FOR SALEi Cola Cokemachineperfect RALPH BRYANRealtor home

Telegraph. In that event 50 SERVICE 118 S. Court. for a email FOR RENT 1 tandy *umm r m - Area Facts. .
cents extra! Starke.. FL. 964-7612. 6/2J USEDFOR retail business. 250. For cottage on Kragafey Lake. lor 964.8788dayoroigbt Need listings" on 2 to S ..r...
charge for lOtchg. 8/26 detail call 782-9847. 7/1 not by week. A/C. Cal 533- Ilt..uo l - ECOLOGY A mall, clean air community,
billing. Not responsible for SALE 1972 VegaStation Ztchg" T/8 Z36B. tfchg.HOUSES. 8.13 A. & Buaine. on 301. providing all the financial,
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errors when given over the ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS AC AT low religious, medical and
Wagon ,
phone or when Is not 4 BR Frame, .large lot. utility
copy : Succee.ful mileage, good cond.. Call FOR SALE! CANOES 145. business services of
typed and brought to the living for people who want to 964-5142 or 96<&- 065. 1200. 19 ft. IIb.r...... Santa Fo FOR SALE 1 bldg., en c. by chain link fe_. metropolitan areas.
office. STOP drinking and STAYmopped. Itp 7/1 Canoe Co. 1801 NE (3rdAvM

Meeting Thura. & Itchg 7/1 Gaineivdle, 3750307. HOME FOR SALE 4 bedroom _t:2/'at Cigt 5 "'". Pearl Andrew 964-7739,Auoc. Consists of mining

MISCELLANEOUSSPECIAL 9645434.Sunday 8:00:6/21 p... 964-5709 FOR SALE 1962 Falcon 4 *, 2 bath, living. room, REAL.ESTATELarge: VERMEP.ODOM INDUSTRY manufacture of furniture,

12tp 10/9 door. 1004 Colley Rd. Smith FOR SALEi ARC dining room, kitchen, famly Reg.Broker clothing gasoline, masonry
NOTICE Want ------------- Ito 7/1 Doberman room, with fireplace, central or.nyi .v-: c' >- !984-5478 !964-7700/ products and trailer hitches.
plnecher
pap .
.4141...of M... Sandy Miller SEWING MACHINES repaired. Red/Un and Black/met.t65fomale .heat ah9646784.. Itp 6/17 4 BR 3 Bath 2-atory

who. lived la Stark about 9 all. make. cleaned, oiled and FOR SALE: Truck.- 75 male. Call 964- frame home .on 4 acre*. Horse and cattle breeding
year* ago, or the Dam and adjuated, 7. Work guaranteed. wheel base with air anS 5284 evening 7/1 2tp 7/8 1 FOR SALE 1974 65m24 Many ..tr.. 38000. MOBILE HOME AGRICULTURE: poultry and egg production,
... of any of her J.... Strickland corner Morgan elide-in camper leli ,Mobile H..... 1 BR 2 bath, timber truck farming,
descendant. Mr. France Road & Hwy. 16. tfchg.. contained. Like new. Call FOR SALE 1972 Scotty 'family .room, ceatral A/H. - PARK pecans and strawberries.
H. Whitman 170 South 800 964-6399 964-7687 Itchg I New 3 BR 1 1/2 bath stucco
or Travel Trailer, 1150. 473- aid.-by.ide refrigerator,
Ea.t 0...... Utah 84057. 7/1 (Jewel Cr..fordlAUJ'OMOBD.ES) 3011 Up 7/1 'electric move, dlahwaeher.Originally CH&A ww carpet 124,500 InaideCttyUmita
Ztchg 718PERSONAL CHILD CARE: Llcenaed.hot (15,000. 0", .. - Walk to Bradford Squor* Accredited schools keep pace
meal, fenced yard 10000. Make. offer and 3 BR CB 6 percent mtg Downtown EDUCATION: with population growth. Four
-------- USED
Supervised play. 9648464. ........ of (15725 Community Colleges and the
FOR SALE Blueberrie. payment $17,5110
tfchgL. FOR SALE Motor Home, 1972 month. 9648034. 6/24 2tp 30 Per Month University of Florida are
Chev. you pick 50 cent quart - -
SERVICE Lifetime 20' 350 14,000
------------ 7/1 All City Convenience within few miles.
(pound) 2103 Raiford Road a
BR CH&A
rale. self. contained 4 KW 3 frame 115,000
.B.PRICE MERCANTILECOMPANY Fire Police Protection
HOME Kohler Gen., Bleeps. 6. radio, call 964-6593 after 5 p.... Up - City Caa Water...Sewer,
HOME REPAIR A Remodeling 7/1 SALE 4 bedroom brick 2 There are Forest Preserves
SERVICE SINCE 1888. tape 12.000 BTU roof air. 1 FOR : 2 BR frame, 1 acre $7,500
Service, .1..ctr".I.) Unlimited Opportunity Inaalea Excellent condo Ready to travel bath....Bvtag room,den and - Jo-Lu Motel RECREATION: and 7 Lakes in the area far the
plumbing and carpentry, WSOO. F. Delano Than*. !9846507 ''game room on 1 ludacaped. .aero, Outdoor enthusiasts.
Ala automobile painted organisation.Immediate alter 5 pjn. tfchg FOR SALE S ft.Baby grand Conerty Eatatea. ....... No. 6. Z BR frame,$8,400-terme 984-8810
in
employment electric player piano in mint - -
(30 .labor. Excellent reference Contact Dougla* Mend 964- PREFERRED PROPERITIES
and teat (........ 964ROM. Starke area In home muat.(alee.Tranaportatlon Call. condition $2800. Upright 8158. tfchg.FOR 8.7 acre in Starke I15JWJ CONVENIENT Concrete Block'2 B Va Baths largeLRkitchendiningbeautiful
6/24 4tchg 7/13 a FOR SALE -64 VW. Run player piano 850. Upright. - hardwood floors- CH&A
Mr. Faulkner 3547789. Itp good new clutch, brake, practice piano 1275. Platy 12 acres. well polo 4 sepal
------------- 7/1 SANDERS front porch corner lot -
(150. 964-5750. lip 6/24 write Call Wataon, 1844 NE SALE House by panelled throughout
------------ 40th Court Ocala, Fla. owner Red Brick, 3 BR 2 Lawtey area $15,000 LAWN SERVICE ext to Episcopal Church nicely landscaped grounds.
DON'T THROW AWAY ------- 32670. or call 236-2321 after bath 2 carport, newly. redecorated - -----

hain Link fence those 8.t...k or caaeett 1976 FORD Truck A 6 p.... Itp 7/1 kitchen, paint 40 acre wooded $44400 PARADISE LAKE Large 3 level home on two
tapee. Take. them to Camper. Truck 3995. throughout. Rango alt drape. - 964-5529 autiful lots.DUPLEX .

Dahmer Discount Houae Camper (500. 964-5606 FOR SALE Young whit Included. Clo.. to Call anytime" 782-3806 LICENSED INSURED -----
112 E. Call Street tfchg Emden gee** (10 eaH Young Elementary School, on big Aaaociate 964-7154 & 782 within
------- A unique investment opportunity
SuppliesFirst lot, 964-8630. Itchg 7/1 131 pd 7/1
Pekin duck *5 .... Frying 3397
--------------- walking distance to conveniences 202 N. Broadway -

HILL BABY SIT home.for 9646M21.Ifchg. any DIOIII.d MOTORCYCLESMOTORCYCLES alie 1628 rabbit.Maceo $2 Tlaon... Call Up 468-7/1 FOR SALE 2 bedroom ==- LAWlEr II.. Neat 2 BR, 1 B, LR, K a Dining Area on each side fruit
In
my home 1 acre of land In Lake. 782 3806 REDUCE trees. -----
.. ...._ ..., home with CH&A on
INVESTMENT Gracious 2 story
GARAGE SALE Hero It I. Butler city ttmlta. Call 964- .nr n a was Safe a Fad withGOBFSETABLEIS -
.V N :: GARAGE SALE OF THE 5067. 6/24 Zip 7/1 & ACREAGE adjacent Starke Plaza Shopping Center
BILL'S SAW SHOP) StZtTU OF STARKE Your
: C.mpletsharpening "
'EA R.915 Alton Rd., 9 a.m. E-VAP-WATER PILLS" -----
08"1... circular authorized Suzuki Deafer. Phone9644MI20. till 7 July 2 and 3. Children'. ., HOUSES FOR SALE Andrew Pharmacy SWIMMING POOL Hot & tired? We have the answer
QualityNo hand carbide, chain. mower 304 Fad Cd Street
women'. and men' clothing 356 W.Madhon,Stark. with a sparkling pool attractive 3 BR home with a
Seconds blade balanced.hollow Leave ground! at JackmnBulldkia and, tfchg. some furniture, coramice. 3 BR Brick, bath and 1/2 tier la what you have atwayitdeafeed. 6/10 4tp 71Well great Florida Room.

jewelry and many mar LR DR Central beat, on .... -----
InstallationAvailable ; Supply Starke or Key -----------
1975 1.700 mile good Item In of rain
Motorcycle case ,
abide I home and
nice 1 aero lot city 40 ACRES On Bessent Road with CH&A
tone Height drag -
(60O. Call 964-5606 ale win b. held July 9 and ">. .- 3 BR 11/2 Bath u.5the
--- -._----- 10. Itp 7/1 limit*. old. CB. Conatrucdan on 130' I Drilling I trailer. Hot for development.
10 a 20 PATIO COVKR.S: llomra ---------- -- -- .frontage by 7W' deep lot at -----

and mobile home. (180 FOR SALE 2 1973 aklboat 50 5-10 acre tracts, .high land on Samneon ....... 2" thru 6"I SPRING LAKE KEYSTONE Split level with CH&A.
HANDYMAN In.talled.10 uniniiulled. Yamahaa, 1 360cc Endure 1 14 ft. llbergla paved road, Graham sews.L6. 80' on crystal I clear lake.
GATOR MOUII.F: HOME ".:R. hp. Mercury outboard boator I Fast
125cc Enduroi: (895 package - BII Powell-Broker Rotary I -----
473.4239 ICE CO. Ph 3724767 Gaines two for the price of on*. 450.00 motor 413-4309.sold Itp aeparate 7/1 .Frame bare on corner lot In 9646464 Drilling Equipment TWO BEAUTIFUL ACRES -with comfortable 3BR 1

vole.ttkhg----- Phone 964-7400 or can be city do** to hopping area 1.t 2 B on Madison Street heat and air-near town.
.. --- seen at Libby Sale & - CaD Wayne Douglaa
STATE LICENSED -----
1-289-2141 MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also Service. 7/1 Itp 45 FOR Mobile RENT home.OR SALE Dale Brawn 24 x S..6 acre clear 4 ml. N/W of tin 9646593LONGCHAMP ROOM FOR HORSES & TRAILERS- Small farm with
motile home hurricane anchoring Start
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mobile home roof 964-6050 9645289. lip 7/1 .29acres and a cozy home Easy financing.
and coat-
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Pumps
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FREE ESTIMATE .... tNin' !MOBILE Home !Ser FOR SALEFOR 1 & 2 acre mobile horn lit.., ..
vice. 964-5606. St. Rd. 16W & N.W of Stark Ti ...... 1 1 1I ONE ACRE Out of city with all electlc 3 BR 2 B home
Maxville, Fla. Jet. 233, St"' .. Fla. tfchg FOR SALE: Mutate horn loU I New UsediSalesPartsServlce Chain link fence utility building Low down paymentto
&
SALE: 24 It. Travel S95 down.Few iota still available. Home and Building
GEORGE ROBERTS JR. buyer.
-- ----- --- qualified
Trailer.ACE.6 aleeper, fully In several eubdlvMana. Ph. 468- Rep Kent Ei tatt Broker Material* -----
equipped %4-7574. 2500. 1551. ddeg.
!964-7826 NEEDED- Small homes in good repair 300 acres of
7/1
Itp
LK.EDWARDS tf -WEBL1LD-
I I
"Your Plan Or Our E-Z Terms land.
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FOR SALE Five GTS US Goodyear
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FOR SALE BY OWNER: 3 Urea, bIae........, 8 ply rat- Your Lot 0. Our, New River..Building lots on
Bdrm 2 bath central heat -FREE ESTIMATESRemodelng POTPOURRI acres
.. .
and air. 9645667. Up 7/1 muden.. Also Cal Steve tow Thooma 12x15 after wide United Farm Agency, Repair PlumbingNew Crosby Lake, Green Acres Little Lake Santa Fe.

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Addition Bessent Road Commercial Building on Temple
------------ 5:30 964-7385. -
& Assoc. Inc.REALTOR. FOR SALE 14 It. pan. tf Inc. Home Bought- I Installation II I II Professional Bldg. on Thompson Street..Owner

Stumpnocker boat 6 HP Reg.Real Eatate Broker SoldTradedACREAGE financed home on Church St..Some farm land.
Johnson motor Gator. FOR SALE Fresh produce on 206 S.Water St. I
trailer. See at 320 N. Church farm.Pepper,com,c.......,okra, National Advwtiaing FOR SALE I Remodeling
St. 961-5164. Itp 7/1 etc. Can 964-5219 or 9646877.tfchg. Paul Faulkner-Broker. 9646853Hwy. I Repairs I Cecelia T. Terwillegar/ Realtor

Santa Fe. Excellent Buy at Irene Faulker-Aaeociat. 206 West Madison Avenue Starke, Florida
100' Lot on Big Lake ------------- .Ml South,Starlet
18500. Also Waterfront Lots Available On FOR SALE Bred Black. Sawn Bakkea-Aaoodate a Durrancv
Cow 170. 6 old 964-5065
Angu "0.
Canal to lake Santa Fe: 9000up. pig (HO.00. Vinyl Tarpaulin FOR SALEi 2 French OFFICE PHONE 9 -.7776

20 25. (75.00. 3/8 chaina 25 and Provincial couch.living Excellent room chair condition. liRE YOU READY TO SEt (.PUMPS & SUPPLY. 03RFAi HOME PHONE 964-5145

I Acre Wooded lake lots. Prices Start at It. 20.00 Binder (12.410. Phone. 98...7016 after VOUR PROPERTY? MULTIPLELISTINGS

10500. On clear sand bottom, water skiing Phone 4732215. Up 7/1 6:30: p.m. 6/17 Sep 7/1 J sew 13.00"01 I COMPANY I TOP
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lake near Keystone. FOR SALE! Okra (8buflhel MO pie.. I 864 N. Temple Ave. .

sickle. bar for 3 point tiMM4| ''It aorMtmull I
Stark 2 BR, I Bath (11,500 I Starke I
hitch tractor -- (100, Beef WANTEDWANTED .
Each, Some Oaks. Nice
2 lake Lots $5,500 Mimosa Manor
50 cent pound.964-6528. Itp Sundays
eMJestratrs Stark 2 BR, I Bath $13,300 964.7061 TFHICK'S '
Swimming Area. 711 ] Used refrlgeratori ___________
fl.*..*>. 10:35: A.M. Mobile Home ParkA !
------------ ,waiberi.and ato..I. Hampton 5 BR, 2 1/2 Bath

Home on Large Recreational lake FOR SALE Truck topper., good condition. Call Dan- 128.900. WPXE Radio Nice. .Place
New Cypress erne boot., m.n. ..0...'* men Discount 9647923. Mn 1 BR frame, with fireplace To. Live

Lot. Call for Directions. and children'., 21/2 mile. carpet on 100' x 200' l lot. 3 acre*, Doublewide (26.500. 1490I\
north ol Lawtey on 301. 7/1 Largo Lot

Rustic Cabin on White Sand Bottom Lake. 2tp 7/8 FOR RENTFOR $18,00.-- 1 1/2__.Mobile borne (12JOO. Yard Car
------------ Garbage Cane
$25.000. Owner Financed. 3 hou.... needi repair 75 a Acreage from (700 per acre i POODLEGROOMING Mal Box**
FOR SA1.E: 38 Snub none hand RENT OR LEASE 2 chair. 100' lot 7800. Coavenleat NEW GOBESE GRAPEFRUIT Water

Heat & Air. gun(55. 22 hand gun. $2$95.25 beauty .....p. For. information FREDSACKXTTREALTOR DIET PILL Central Sewage Plant
Central
3 BR, 2 B Brick Home. automatic "guns from (49.95. call 964S3UO or 964-7954! attar 7 location- - Eat Satufymg Meal*and Garbage Pickup
Walking Distance to School and Town. 24000. Uahmera Uncount. d.... pjn. 6/10 4tchg 7/1 Mobile Horn on 1/2 acre 3 208 N.Tenpl.IUS-3011! Two Full Time Lot WmghtAndraw 2 Car Parking

BR 2 bath with expanded (904)( )964-6522 46$1753Aiioaattt GroomersAppointments *Pharmacy, Concrela Patio
FOR SALE: Mobile Home Part 356 W. Madlaon.SUrk Improved Street
& Air. 100 extra. (13,500.
Heat
Central LR
Home on Lake Brooklyn. and aupplica. OLIVS: MOBILE FOR RENT II ft. wide many For 8/10 Sip 7/8 Electric Service to2DOAmpere
ft. Sand Beach. $49,500.All HOME SALES Hwy. 100 W. mobile .home outaid city - Btll Thgq-Mte.4681642 I Your Convenience
!>CaR.. !964-5ti06. trehg. limit. 964-6114 or 473-4777. Acreage email A Large Ark Co.a.Mt..9646364 ,. Motored GaaMovekBonua
- 964-7837
tfchg MoMeCoun J-bile 964J78 624Olin's BRASINGTON
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Brick Home on lake Brooklyn. Many Extras FOR SALE Swimming pool CadOlac-OUamoba -

Neighborhood. Coll for Appointment. _rit..*. Leering manufacturer FOR RENT 2 SaleeAService FREE
lovely and distributor .ha* ......h.-. turn. .houo bedroompartial 534W. PAPER HANGING I'\fte' Sew_Of Used. 1 Month Rent
rectangular pool left over from Subdivision Can Taken 0. Dectrle Hookup
Madlaon Street.
IN KEYSTONEAND No
LOTS and PAINTING
OVER 50 FT. WATERFRONT 1975 aeaion. 1/2 price guaranteed children. (125 mo. Ph. 964- CoAUacTraJtt
SURROUNDING AREAS. hMtaualion and term 7521. Itchg 6/24 Interior and I I 2 01N.W.13 37M301 PHONE 964-7498
Call ended Jacfcaonvillo day .orevening / 1 ? GAINESVILLE
9043W-5103.\ tfchg. ExteriorLocal I ( I
Brick Home on Smith FOR RENT Furalahedbachelor ReferencesFREE I
3 BR. 2 B All Norwegian apt.Mature peraoa,

Lake. $56.000. WATSON'S HOUSE OFVACVLMS A/C. ISO per m*. 633 ESTIMATESPHONE

: Many brand rf MacMihon 964-6279. Itchg. 064-6370 .. .
Pool Fenced new vacuum toed: machine 612t J & D ROOFING
3 BR, 2 B In Keystone. Swimming available. Expert Repair, al Phone 9648310W. Per Mo Water 8bewnge
Neighborhood. 42500. ...... Part and aeceeaoilee for. 'V Acre Loll For R.n" $30 TAll ItiY
Excellent .
Yard :: Furnished' .
FOR RENT 4 1.
all. vacuum Built-in central larp room THOMAS G
vacuum cleaning. eyaUm" *. 4V4. apartment. 964-6352 533- Call Mark Olin 9645606 Hwy 18 a Morgan Rd
3 BR, 2 B New Home With Access to Picnic and NW IMh Av*. Gaineavfle. 3797110. 1252. tlchg. I tp ;

Area. tfchg. aJi!.
Swimming --
amama r m

Acre lake Lois on ClearWater 10 a 20 PATIO COVER MOBILE HOME
Just Opened 15 One Permitted. InetaOed IMjOO.. uniulalUdflttjOO. Help Wanted -,
Skiing lake. Mobil. Homes Gator MobIle Home ..
MOVING & SET UP
Financed. Serviea. 372-9757./ d...
Excellent. Owner Motor
Route Carriers In Clay, Bradford Types Roofing

lake FOR SALE 1 acre" bomeakee, SERVICEWe
Sites on
Beautiful Wooded, Acre Home Crosby Lak Eo_.,2 II.W. ofStark & Union Residential & Commercial

Fe. Waterfront. on Rd. 100. Owner Are The ONLY Licensed. Insured &
Santa
financed. 96444K8 after 8 pjn.tlchg. Must Have Transportation & Bondable FREE Roof Inspection
Bonded Movers

I'll Acre Lake Lots on oesptFinanced... $14.500.Alia 'I, Good Part Time Earnings Living In And Working In Bradford County New Roof Or Repairs

$2.900 Down, FOR SALE oa-.I ......
Only Acrw far any............247 ctfleroatenee Call 378-1416 OLIN'S MOBILE HOMES Call 9647410Free
w. have them ad. Dhhmer -

Heights FL La ** ....-. GAINESVILLE SUN Hwy 100. Starke.964560e If Estimate 520812I

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Pllgel6 TELEGIAPII July I, 1976

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', : t k ,\,1 l'':' ,\ r 66 4-11'ers Cam pins At CI terry., L'


Sixty-six Bradford County 4. Miller, Randy Balkcom,
Hers left Monday, June/ 28 Shawna Rowe, Hicky Mayben, Griffis Randy Julie Andrews, Kathy ) t.t
for 4-H Camp Cherry Lake in Penny Kiggs, John Kiggs, Baker,,Eddie Barnes Griffis Tina ..4, : k"I4
Madison, Florida, Tammy
Randy Merritt, Bryan Clark, .
Barnes, Jamie __2' '
Whitehead n6 .
Jill Hayes, Drew Andrews, 1 H'ers, along with 25 Gene Joyner, Robert Carver,
Jody Drawdy, Brian Davis
H'ers from Baker and Union Rick Welch, Debra Roberts, Karen Davis, Deborah,
Counties will enjoy u week of Darla Roberts, David Stone,
Phillips, Millie "Idjy
Capehart,
swimming, crafts, square
dancing and classes on Michelle Stilwcll, Marilyn
newspaper reporting and Griffis, Guy Wayne Parrish, Tasha Livingston, Camilla II w + 1
highway safety The -I-II'ers Mark Crews Randy Starling, Livingston, Diane Rowe, Lora I
will return to Starke on Pete Hodge, Melanie Parrish, Smith, Carl Johns, Tammie { 4 7
Friday July 2. Terri Parrish, Maria Mullis, Johns, Renee Johnson, A
Tammy Baldree, Paula Kay Hnj
Those 4-II'ers attending Anderson, Bradlee Cox, Carol Brenda Flowers, Janet Rk
camp are: Valerie Cason Kussell, Sharon Fussell, Jordan,Janet Duncan, Robert
Doug Green, Don Green, Tootsie Tucker, Lisa Tucker, Harris, Randy Young, Sheila fII-- lot.
Wynctte Joiner, Mary Anne Dee Gaskins, Mike Andrews Harris, Janet Easely, -- --, :---. ...._--o--' II "..
Kimberlee --
Dowling and Robin
Williams. Bradford 4-11 members were photographed Monday Just before
leaving for
school bus after the Bradford school board failed a week'camp at Cherry Lake near Madlson.The4-U'erarode Duval County
to
change Its
CENTRAL policy to allow non-school use of Its buses.
HEAT & AIR


Let us explain our energy Water. Sewerage Rates ]Discussed By LB Council And ]Prison .*


I LAKE BUTLER State prison the city system. He said other the Tallahassee office for con- bers of the city council agreed Ing the information which led val at the regular city meetingon
saving system officials met with the Lake cities in the area were charg- sideration. He said the utility the of
Butler agreement sharing the the city to ask for the rate July 14.
City Council in a special ing from 46 cents to $1.05 for costs had not been included in operation expense of the increase together with a letter-
meeting Tuesday night to each 1,000 gallons of water the 1976-77 fiscal budget water
and
year
I sewer system were from City Ally. Hal Maines to
negotiate higher rates for supplied which began July 1 and that to the mutual benefit of the. i iJt: aufn UTitcr
COMPLETELY the water and sewage services to Rozzelle asked about the adjustments would have to be prison system and the city. substantiate the need for the
prison. with no action resulting meters which measure the use made by Wainwright. Budd was authorized by the rate increase. The council will
of water and the disposal of Both Rozzelle and the memBradford- council to draft a letter includ- consider the letters for appro-

'' Almost an hour passed sewage facility south from the of Lake 1,600-inrnate Butler.
INSTALLED before the discussion got downto
i Mayor John Shaw
T- how much of an increasethe responded by saying the water Cty. School Board
city wanted, which had meter was generally accurate
been discussed at the regular but that numerous attempts to
June meeting. Accountant keep the sewage meter work- J
$1490 Harvey Budd told the prison ing had not been successful. Joins
representatives that doubling Shaw said the city had been Purchasing CooperativeSTARKE
/ the present rate from 18 to 36 unable to find any solution to
cents per thousand gallons the problem of keeping an --
would bring the city up to the accurate record of the amountof The Bradford presently, the other three gasoline or other necessitiessuch FRIDAY
((2-TON SYSTEM) breakeven of point on paying the sewage pumped from the County School Board in spe- county school boards had as paper and educational .
and costs operating the water prison to the city treatment cial session Monday agreed to already voted to join, Jockel materials Jockel said the four BICENTENNIAL
plus any necessary sewer systems. plant. He told Rozzelle the join an educational coopera said. counties might work out a way CELEBRATION
planned study to be tive with four other nearby to share Satin
electrical sought testing materials Lawtey
work Jim Rozzelle of the
ment of Offender Rehabilita Depart. through federal funding would counties with an eye toward Jockel said the co-op could rather than separately renting Noon to 4 p.m.
estimates which saving money on the purchaseof the forms.In ,
tion began the cordial present could also provide group classes for Games Races,
meeting help the city give accurate educational materials as teachers and non-instruction- Water light.Dress ,
by relating to the city council figures the well as food for the lunch- other action, the board .
concerning cost of al personnel in RevueSATURDAY
SAVE ON that he had no authority to cooperationwith heard
$$ make sewage treatment and give a rooms. a university, if an agree- a request from archi-
any agreement with the tect
formula for charging the ment Craig Salley to approve a
pri- could be reached with
city He said DOR Sec. Louie
I change order for the
"' son for sewage treatment on Richard Jockel the University of North Florida construc-
YOUR ELECTRICBill b: Wainwright would make Supt. who tion
1 The final decision on the the basis of the amount of had been working on the proposal or the University of Flo- ford now underway at Brad- OUR COUNTRY DAY
city's High School.
Salley said
water used.Rozzelle
bquest for several months, pre- rida. the watertable All Day Saturday
would have
Budd pointed out that the made it clear that sented the plan to the board. be lowered before the con-to
city had lost money the past the He said joining with Flagler, He said the volume buying crete Parade. Noon
prison system would footings for the two
Carrier' pay new Boat .
Races
St. Johns 1
new "SUPER two because of Putnam and Clay of food be p.m.Rotary
years the low their "fair share" in supporting might enough to buildings could satisfactorily .
E" unit it now alto III rates being charged to the the water and sewer systems Counties in large volume pur- make up for the expense of be placed. He estimated the Fish. Fry
available. Demand to 1 Nlipppl IlltlalUgg I Reception and Medical Center He said the information chases would ultimately save joining which amounted to maximum cost would be about FIREWORKSt:10Keystone, 4p m.
... efficiency companion I (f which used about half of the presented by Budd and the Bradford Count money. $4,435 for the first year. The 17400. Beach
before total water pumped through council should be forwarded to Clay considering coop might even be able to
you buy. IIiPI IU the educational cooperative make cheaper purchases of Board member Rodney Hall
Carrier beat them all U recalled the same type workon SUNDAYBICENTENNIAL
up to 70% depending the formerly built struc-
.on the brand. Food Cars Pace Sales In tures at the high school being SERVICE
Sell.-
LocalArea done for only about $7,000. He f:45..m.
suggested the board authorize Worship Service
(Special to the Salley to call for bids on the i lla.m.
Telegraph) contained in
the new market alone, in local Free Liberty Pins 'j
NEW YORK, June 26 How study, made by the Standard butcher shops, supermarkets bakeries, delicatessens -, Department stores and well approved.point work The, board which was For everyoneattending. ,
will
much are Bradford variety shops
County Rate and Date Service, Com- carrying gen-
and
the like
totaled meet in j
families eral special session July 8
spending per year? parable data included merchandise chalked
is for up First
more than (7,692,000.This at 5 to Baptist
Where 1276000. p.m. consider those
are they spending it other sections of the country Church

AIR CONDITION SERVICEALL and According for what? to a market only food expenditure for covers Those specializing in coats, bids.Bids Starke
In Bradford County,accord- bought home dresses, shoes and for workman's com-
report, just released, con ing to the findings, a large consumption. It does not articles of other pensation insurance was MONDAYElks f'
BRANDS AND MAKES OF AIR sumer outlays in local 1 stores part of the dollar went to include money spent in res- $567,000. apparel grossed tabled pending further A Elkette
CONDITION SYSTEMS SERVICED for food automobiles, wearing stores selling food and automotive taurants and in other eating explanation by the agents and Dinner, 7 p.m.
ducts apparel and other pro- equipment. Between and drinking places. Sales of furniture and home study by the school staff. Meeting 8 p.m.
PROMPTLY AND ECONOMICAL.SAWYER were at a relatively them, they garnered 51 The board also .
high level in the past year. cent of all retail business per-in The report shows, also, that $859,000.furnishings added up to contracts for approved summer CourWiy OlStjr ,
Most retailers in the area the area. business was good in the automotive employees including band, (GJonimumly
field, where
able sales
were to of
report increasesover
the previous year. cars, motorcycles, trailers, As for the Dear future, most physical education and job Stair, Sank
In other parts of the United boats and related placement programs through .
With economists .
most local families equipment are optimistic. DCT and Account N w tntur> u.
enjoying bigger incomes than States, they got 37 percent of reached $5,249,000.Market With employment rising and the agriculture To l..000..
department. .
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Air before, they were in a position the total and in the South strength was also in income and savings at a peak, F.A.Ora. "!Inu-.caC.n '1
Conditioning to spend more and were will- Atlantic States 40 percent. evidence in the local area inmost they forsee a period of good
ing to do so, despite the fact The amount spent for food other retail lines. times ahead. July Sale ' that their gains were offset to

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