Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 8, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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But Not HallWith J IPo" ,air'w' _

zero hour for qualifying only nine working days away,a new keg of worms was opened on the
Bradford County political scene this week with the announcement by veteran School Board member C, _

"' and chairman,Rodney Hall, that he will not be a candidate for reelection.Hall's I, _
:. announcement took political prognosticators by surprise, but did not halt the rush of _
candidates be first in line started at noon Tuesday. i ,.,
: to as qualifying If r"lw.. 'n" ,., .
First to get under the wire was County Property Appraiser Gene Long, a veteran of 24 years in j I\! ,,'<,t ,.....Jf. ,. ... ,.
office, quickly followed by Hazel Paulk. incumbent County Commissioner District 5; Vernon Par- ,, >, '....""",,,'Irt,!.
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menter, seeking the District 4 School Board seat; Mitchell Brown, District One Commission seat; ....-.. .. ,...__.. _"'" 0':1': ___
and Tom Casey former School Superintendent, seeking another go at his old post, and Dewey Playing "Yankee Doodle Dandy" on her piccolo Cana Schmidt and an honor built In 1910 and Bradford County's newly restored"old"( courthouse.
McKinney, Starke Elementary principal bidding for the same, top-paying ($23,535) county office. guard of Boy Scouts and National Guard Sergeant and Starke Mayor Charles Madetip mainly of fire trucks and National Guard vehicles the parade made
Schaefer led the parade east on Call Street and north on Temple Avenue (US-301) plenty of noise and gained an audience as it proceeded northward to the new
In announcing his retire- l
day following qualifying open- to the new courthouse Here the vanguard, of the parade passes the old JaSI: (left) courthouse.
t' ment from office Hall attri- T ing, but it might be the lull
buted his decision to business before the storm with some

; and family commitments. His choice positions at stake this HARRY GREEN DID!
i action leaves the District Four year, including all top court
''J race a wide open contest with house officesclerk of the

.f Parmenter the only court, county judge, sheriff, I IWhy I

announced contender. tax collector school, property WTivDon't "Ther"Do Something ? \

Hall said he viewed his step- appraiser, and,supervisor superintendent of elec-- -
down decision with mixed

: feeling, believing that the long tions.In addition there three don't "they" do some- Legion Post 56, a National Scout flag and Todd Schmidt,
experience gained during IS are thing about a Bicentennial Guard jeep,a Bradford rescue bearing a Bicentennial flag
years on the board would be seats on the County observance for Starke? unit, a club wagon driven by made by the Girl Scouts.
beneficial to county schools.At Commission, and two on the People kept asking."They" Freeman Register III
School Board. Stepping lively to the tune
the same time, he feels that representing the Rotary Club,
turned out to be "Yankee Doodle Dandy" from
; someone with less personal All incumbent commissioners a young couple in a blue pickup Cana
Green of Schmidt's
Harry owner a piccolo,
: commitments would be .truck with "just married"
are expected to seek
Starke house and flanked by drummer
"atune to the needs of parts it and several boy
: parentsand re-election: Dave Shuford, chief of the Bradford County painted on Shaun Schmidt and Larry and
school personnel. District 1; Ralph Bryan Dis- other cars that just joined up
Volunteer Fire Department.At Janie Saucer, the scout honor
trict and Mrs. Hazel along the down Walnut to
Paulk way
said he had always 7 a.m. Saturday morning guard marched behind the
Hall a
Call Street east to US-301
District 5. seeking to fill out
.' tried to listen to parents and \ 'K'' the final two years of her late Green Schaefer phoned asking Mayor if the Charles Fourthof then north to the new court. jkJ ..' flag.The

: husband's term. All already house. lonely little parade
: July was going to pass un- J '
Juveniles ChargedIn have announced opposition: in Starke. brought tears to the eyes of
Mitchell Brown in District 1; Howard Douglas, Brooker ': some observers.
Nobody was planning any- farmer, donated water- .'
ii Charles McKinney and Maxie area '
School B & E Carter.Jr. District 3, oppos- thing, Schaefer said. That melons and Charles Blalock .', < "The celebration is just

:; Two juveniles have been Rodney Hall ing Bryan, and Joe Pentecost, can't happen; Green replied, cooled them overnight in his I'd" beginning," said Judge
I! charged with burglary and Will Not District 5. and started 36 hours of pre- cold storage unit and served -EL Sanders in ceremonies at the
malicious injury of property Seek Re-election In the other School Board paration. At least there wouldbe them Sunday They were courthouse. Mayor Schaefer
f following a June 30 break-in at District, No.3, incumbent a parade with fire trucks lit served to participants, some gave "credit where it is due"to
'Hampton Elementary. school personnel and has triedto Arthur Holiday has made no It, Green decided enlisting !>$&*'*an&, after the ceremon- ; : Harry Green. Post 56 Commander
Deputy Steve Backus of the help with any and all announcement, but Is Schaefer's help'to bring the J 4es, at the new courthouse.Bicentennial r-E-/ : Bryce Titus spoke in

Bradford County Sheriff's problems arising. "I leave the expected to seek reelection.So National Guard in. Committee : memory of dead veterans not
Department said the juveniles system, satisfied that I have far he Is unopposed. By 3 p.m. Sunday the parade Chairman Elzie Sanders alive to celebrate the 200th
ages 12 and 15, broke in done my best in a challenging was organized in the drove up just as the paradewas Birthday of the nation. Rev.
through a back door, and time and hope that I have, in Qualifying with closes Tuesday, parking lot of the Florida starting off. He distributed George Harper, pastor of the
July 20, only nine work. Bank. Entries included fire
entered separate classroomsby some small measure, helpedto tri-corn hats to First United Methodist
breaking windows in the improve it," his statement ing days for candidates to trucks from Bradford County, the everyone Church reminded the audi
come in and lay down these City of Starke, Graham, and including kids.
doors. He said the youths also ence that independence didn'tcome
said.All new stiff qualifying fees that Law ley, Girl Scouts, Boy "Well, you really got it Here he is the man who decided it would be a
broke a cafeteria window. all that easily, that the
shame if Starke didn't do something the Fourthof
quiet on the court. have already deterred Sanders on
The juveniles, one from was may Scouts a car fromMcDonald's going, commented.In break with English rule was
front Wednesday the some from seeking office. few July to observe our nation's Bicentennial, and
house on American a minutes Green
from Bun-
and all that
one not a matter to
Hampton who did something about it! Harry Green, never easy
)4 nell, have been released to the one to let grass grow under his feet, put together a decide. But once it was
custody of their parents. parade In less than two days and pulled it off Sun decided Rev. Harper
day afternoon, down to feeding his guests declared, one signer of the
watermelon on the courthouse lawn.whirled Declaration of Independence
a dying with cancer, rode all
IJf vSnuin!
his arm to signal the just time to announce the parade night through a rain storm to
ti r i. start.It on the radio and at make the decision unanimous.
I a
churches Sunday morning.
-r oi was a lonely bare-looking Mayor Schaefer, in his Harry Green didn't speak;
r0 l i "f I Il procession going down National Guard uniform, led he just worked, down to the
rr \ t r Temple Avenue. What was the parade and carried "Old final detail of hauling off the
z \ lacked in spectators was Glory" proudly. He was watermelon rinds and dismantling -
made up for in noise by the flanked by Boy Scout Dirk the public address
fire engine sirens. There wasMadison Schmidt carrying the Brownie system.one .

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Meeting 12:15Garden Board Classified CommercialThe

Restaurant rezoning of south side of Madison and commercial enterprise (a
approximately half a block of extends from west border of service station) in the area ;it
SAT.. JULY 10 frontage on W. Madison Street Starke Plaza to Orange Street. would be desirable to rezong
.' from residential to commer- The request was originally the entire frontage commer
$ SIDEWALK SALE cial,and the granting of three made by Mrs. Arlin cial.With
I Grace Metil permits for mobile homes McKnight, owner of residen- no objections voiced
,; Church of Lewte.y were approved at the City tial property in the area who from adjoining property
Corner of 301 Zoning Board meeting Tues wishes to sell the site for busi- owners, permission! was givento
and 200A day afternoon. ness purposes. The zoning the following three propertySee
10 a.m..4p.m. ; 1&14 ( ETseat The property approved for board had previously decided (
commercial zoning is on the that since there was already Pane 4))


Meeting BC Commission'lOa.m. '. Sexual Activity With Minors Chargedpresence .

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Bradford County Two Bradford County residents of juveniles,fondlingof lewd act. with bond set at

School Board Conserving dollars to which she was appointed after the death of her husband remain in county jail juveniles, and interferingwith $3,000; a lewd assault, with
these candidates used the
under $21,000 bond each after the custody of a minor bond set at $15.000 and inter
Meeting, 5:30: p.m. same hat to throw in the Dave Paulk; Dewey McKinney. candidate for the school super
ring as qualifying opened Tuesday at
----- intendent's post being vacated by Richard Jockel; Vernon Par- investigation by authoritiesinto are Charlie Arthur Morris 55, fering with the custody of a
Rjlford Council noon. menter, candidate for the District 4 school board post being a so-called "sex club" led and his wife Julie Pearl minor with bond set at 1000.

M* ts7:10p.m.: From the left: Mitchell Brown, candidate for Lawtey's Dis- vacated by veteran Rodney Hall; Tax Appraiser Gene Long, by the two.Charged Morris, 22.Formal The Bradford County
trict One county commission post held by Dave Shuford; Mrs. seeking re-election to the Job he has held for nearly 24 years, and with allegedly performing charges against the Sheriffs Department broke
TUES.JULY13Brooder Hazel Paulk candidate for the District S county commission Tom Casey seeking the school superintendent's Job. sexual acts in the Morris' were performing a (See Page 4))

i }I Meeting Meeting Hampton,, 7 7:30p.m.Council Council:JO p.m.. : Board Pays Supplement Over Protest OfBEA Spokesman I

_City Hall Living up to what it termeda ment. Register said he school practices much as an that supplements should only that two years ago when a for and that Woodfin had workedthe middle school previously
moral obligation, !the Brad- assumed Woodfin, was receiving assistant coach assists the be paid to athletic coaches, mer BMS band director was hours to earn the after received supplements but
Union County Board ford School Board reversed the supplement though he athletic director. He also the high school band director, employed that former Supt. school pay. it favored payingthe those supplements were cut
School itself last Wednesday,June 30, knew it was not in the middle drilled the middle school band and a cheerleader sponsor. Jim Temple approved a $750 supplement. That out last year because the
,; Meetlngloop.m. and voted unanimouslyto school budget.As two days per week after supplement for him and a reversed! a stand at a previous board had only $61,000 or
I pay middle school band school and directed three concerts Limiting supplements to $2.000 supplement for the high meeting at which time Register $62.000 left in reserve.
:ij j WEDS.JULY14Lake director Michael Woodfin his it turned out, the $750 pointed out Principal only those positions is not school band director. could not remember whe- Thus, Loper said the supple-
$750 supplement. supplement was not included spelled out in the actual contract ther or not he had promised ments were limited to only
;. Butler anywhere. Register said he Register. board members con- "I just assumed it was in the Woodfin a supplement. those agreed to, coaches, high
, City Council Nobody, including Woodfin assumed the supplement was Payment of the supplementwas tended, therefore the board budget and Mike was getting But BEA spokesman school band director, and
Meeting,S p.m. himself realized until being paid through the high by bargaining would not consider the point. his $750" Register said. George Loper continued to cheerleading sponsor.
C irm 0Srjc recently the BMS band director school or through the county- agent opposed Bradford Education Loper contended that notes Woodfin said the supplement oppose the payment on the "We're not trying to deny
was not receiving the level budget. Association, George taken by the bargaining teams was discussed when principle that the board was Mr. Woodfin money that in
Iommunilg'tats supplement he and Principal Woodfin's after school Loper. on grounds that the could be brought into play and Register employed him, and a supplement not other circumstances would be
Ranh Lennard Register agreed on duties by which he merited the board was paying a supple- would be binding on !the school that he had assumed! he was agree to in bargaining ses- due him, but we are trying to
at the time of Woodfin's supplement explained high ment other than the ones board. being paid a supplement. sions. Loper pointed out that emphasize a point here, that
AC__**. lawN. ".. employment. Woodfin addedup school band director Dean agreed upon In last year's Discussion of the supple- Once the bo.ird determinedthe teachers who were department we explicitly exempted every-
:. /-. _TM".M-*-T .,.. his checks and found he Cassels, included assistinghim negotiations. The board disregarded ment lasted close to an hour. mistake was In not puttingthe heads and teachers who
was not being paid the supple- with the band in after Loper's contention Register began by explaining supplement in any budget were heads of teams at the (See Page 4)I

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TELEGRAPH July 8.1976

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. Reception Farm BureauRetirement Honors T.Kw McClaneOn Y/e 9icaIa1e4 @IYite Jf w/ !

. Mr.and Mrs T.K. McClane, McClane has built up over the be calling on him for advice / II foofy Joci.!y C ilor, 964.

Jr were honored with a years will be most Impossible and counsel for a long time," -- .... -.... .... __axe_ J.. -
reception )last F. rida"... to replace and "we will still Kautz added. .,

afternoon at Florida Farm Susan Bean,
Bureau Federation Carolyn Henley and Mark Hardenbrook

headquarters in Gainesville Bob Edwards

on McClane's the occasion retirement of after Mr.24 Repeat Vows July 2 At Methodist Church

years of service with the Wed June 26
organization, most of that The First United Methodist

time as executive vice Miss Susan Bean, daughter Church was the setting for the

president. Ai of Patricia M. Bean of marriage of Carolyn Faye
Gainesville and Edward W. Henley, daughter of Mr. and Y

McClane served 18 years as Bean, Jr of Winter Park, and Mrs Calvin Henley, and Mark ,
Bradford County Farm Agent Robert Moore Edwards,son of Edward Hardenbrook Bon of
from 1934 to 1952, when he 1 r. t Mr, and Mrs William H. Mr. and Mrs. Donald I Neil

joined the Farm Bureau as M Edwards, Jr. of Kingsley Hardenbrook, {
executive vice president. At ( .Lake,were united In marriage Rev, George L, July 1 it
that time the organization was June 26 at 2 p.m. in the North performed the nuptials 2
headquartered Winter Park Central Baptist Church In at 7 p.m at a candlelight

and had only ten employees ., Gainesville with Rev N.B. service.
rLx the altar
Highlighting were
Langford officiating.
representing over 12,000 r
members. Today it has grown Mr and Mrs. Neil Sherouse two baskets of white gladioli
and provided; and mums and blue
i organist soloist
to an organization with more
than 300 employees, serving f; kA a program of nuptial music, carnations against a I iIr'
y Mr. Edwards attended his background of two candle
some 65,000 members In
i' trees and candle arch with
1956. headquarters was moved son as best man. Ushers were ,
to Gainesville, where the Bill Edwards III. and Austin white tapers. The family pews
McClanes have lived ever Edwards, brothers of the were marked with white satin

since and plan to remain groom. bows.
during retirement. \ The bride wore a long white Mrs. L.J. Green, organist,
jersey knit gown with self aunt of the groom, and Mrs.

train and carried a nosegay of R.W. Milner, Jr., soloist
Over the years, one of white rose buds. presented a program 01
McClane's chief jobs with the Miss June Mathews was nuptial music.
Farm Bureau has been In the Pictured with Mr and Mrs. McClane (foreground) are Bradford County friends attending his maid of honor and attendants Mr. lIardenbrook attended d

legislative area, both in retirement reception In Gainesville last Friday afternoon. Seated at table with McClant's are were Misses Jenniffer Davis his son as best man. Ushers
Tallahassee and Washington \lartha: McClane, :Mary Covington and Dot Sale. Standing (from left: Mana and Floyd Wiggins, and Sandra Bean They wore were Cordell McCaw, Lee
D.C. He was FFB's chief Elma and Zedra lIa milton A.Y.Covington Gene Matthews. Huston McClane and Guy Sale. long flowered chiffon gowns Hardenbrook Gary Bakken

lobbyist for 22 of his 24 years r and picture hats and carried Robert Milner, Jr and Joseph

with the organization, though white daisy nosegays.A Bakken, III.
W.H. EdwardsJr.
his last few years were spent r .. reception was held in too Mrs. Kevin Bradley
as assistant to Walter J. church dining hall. attended her twin sister as
Kautz, president of the Hosts AtRehearsal Standing in the receiving matron of honor. She wore a

Florida Federation."I Dinner line were the bride and groom beige gown with round
his parents her mother and neckline empire waistline Hardenbrook
Mrs, Mark
hated to leave Bradford I\Ir. and Mrs WH Mrs Hugh Mathews of emphasized with blue lace

County," McClane said in Edwards, Jr. were hosts at a Gainesville and Mrs. Charles medallions and princess line Her sweeping cathedral veil of residing at 126 S. Water
discussing his almost two dinner party June 25 for their Hardy of Starke. skirt. Bands of matching lace chantilly lace ended In a wide Street
decades as county agent here son, Robert Moore Edwards The bride's table was outlined the panels. She wore ruffle. She carried a bouquet The bride attended
Ed Finlayson, FFB president and fiancee, Susan Esther + covered with a white lace a headpiece of white daisies of daisies baby's breath and Bradford High School. The
at that time ((1952) had to be Bean following the couple's cloth centered with a three with baby's breath and blue blue carnations.A groom is a 1973 graduate of
persuasive to get McClane to wedding rehearsal. tiered wedding cake topped ribbon streamers. She carried reception was held in the Bradford High School
leave his job in Bradford The dinner was held at the with a bride and groom and an arm bouquet of blue church Fellowship Hall which attended Santa Fe College and
County. The veteran county University Faculty Club In encircled with daisies and carnations with blue was decorated with the University of Florida. He

agent turned the offer down Gainesville where the guests greenery. Flanking the cake streamers. arrangements of blue Is employed by Joseph Knapp,
twice before finally accepting were seated at five tables were silver candelabra with Attendants were Mrs carnations and spider mums. Land Surveyor of Keystone
"I hated to leave the land of overlooking the golf course. burning white tapers. Cordell McCaw, Mrs Clayton Mrs. Charles Schmitt Heights.
'the sweetest strawberries During the dinner the couple 1lI1llVi The bride Is a graduate of Sumner and Miss Eoline greeted the guests at the door
this side of Heaven: but I presented gifts to their P.K Vonge Laboratory Green They were gowned and standing In the receiving Don Hardenbrooks
dldn't have many regrets attendants. School and the University of identical to the matron of line were the bride and groom
about giving the job of Florida. honor except In blue with and Hardenbrook
up cold ............................ The :\lcClanes beige lace trim. They wore I\1r. Mrs. Hosts At Dinner
vaccinating hogs on a prepare to "take off" In handsome retirement Mr. Edwards Is a graduate Everett Henley and the bridal
morning" he joked. I\Ir. and Mrs John gift to( )in6 Chrysler Yorker" ) presented as a retirement gift of Bradford High School and headpieces Identical to the attendants MIss Susan Ebling
President Kautz said that Williams, Jr. and son of from the Florida Farm Bureau board of directors and mem- the University of Florida. matron of honor and carried kept the bride's book. Mr. and Mrs. Donald
with the retirement of Gainesville were weekend bers.ln'lpecting: the car with the :\lcClanes are Waltt'r J. Kautz Following a wedding trip to blue carnation arm bouquets The bride's table was Hardenbrook entertained at a
McClane "we are losing an guests of I\1r. and Mrs. Mack president of the Florida Farm Bureau .Federation and his wife Colorado the couple Is with blue streamers. covered with a white organdy dinner party last Thursday
Irreplaceable man. The Williams. :Mary residing In White Springs Little Miss Tammy Henley, cloth and centered with a night In the Methodist fo'ellow-
knowledge and contacts that where Mr. Edwards IS niece of the bride, attended as three tiered wedding cake ship Hall for their son Mark

chemist for the SuwaMee flower girl and wore a gown topped with a bride and groom Hardenbrook and Carolyn
Water Management District.4(11. Identical to the matron of under arched wedding bells. Henley following the couple'swedding .
honor In beige with blue lace The cake decorated rehearsal.
was by
The white covered U.shaped
I\1rs. Nelson Green
wecouldsellyouthis The bride, given In grandmother of the groom., tables held a garland of
marriage by her brother greenery interspersed with ti .
I, ,r CUtting the cake were Mrs. D.
tiny figurines. The head
Everett Henley wore a white Samuel
Ritch Mrs.
satin peau gown made by the Green Johnnie table held an arrangement of '."
Basset and Mrs .
aon groom's mother featuring a spider mums and blue
ALONE Laydon. Flanking the cake
I .
round neckline, long full were silver candelabras with '
sleeves with wide lace bands at the head tabJ '
blue and white
burning tapers. .
lace wide were Mr and Mrs. Harden-
of chantilly ,
Value alone with tiny pearl buttons and centered The groom's with a table chocolate was brook, Mark, Carolyn. and ,.
princess line skirt.The empire covered cake featuring a Mrs. Calvin Henley, mother of
the bride-t-be.( Members of
waistline and front panel were
bride the and
outlined with chantilly lace. catching groom the wedding party and their
encircled ball and chain
but wewon't. because by a
She necklace and families also attended.
.. \y wore a pearl with handcuffs. The cake was Mrs
earrings and her headpiece, a made by Mrs Charles Special guest was
N coronet of seed pearls and Schmitt. George Harper.
want mother-of-pearl flowers, Gifts were presented to the
%W The two punch tables were
secured her short veil of white covered with cloths attendants, organist, soloist,
tulle edged with chantilly lace organdy Mrs. Joseph Bakken, Jr. and
utoiv by crystal punch
matching the wedding gown. I\1rs. Harry Green.
\ bowls encircled with white
daisies and fern. Presiding at
% latyoudi the punch bowls were Mrs. Xi Iota Delta

Richard Carter Mrs. Joseph

:\lr. and :\lrs. Larry TurnerConstanceAdamsLarryTurnerWed Bakken, Ill. Miss Jan Sellers Holds Dinner
and Miss Linda Bakken

Assisting In serving were Party June 26

Mrs. Jr, Mrs.
$ : Constance Jane Adams of of Kingsley Lake, were united Harry Green. Mrs J.C.
; Jacksonville, daughter of Mr. In marriage Saturday, July 3, r Hobbs, Mrs. Lamar Scott The Xi Iota Delta Chapter of
; FJasl and Mrs. Woodrow I. Adams, at 2 p.m In St. Johns Park s Miss Darlene Hobbs and Mrs. the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority

&17 and Larry Lee Turner, son of Baptist Church. Doyle Crews. held its first summer social
the home of Mr. and
June26 at
Mr. and 1\1rs. Orris 1\1. Turner The bride graduated from Following a wedding trip to
Robert Lee High School Georgia South Carolina and I\1rs. Billy Hodge in Starke.:
Florida Junior College and the North Carolllla the couple Is A steak dinner with all the
Linda Powell University of North Florida +.as trimmings was enjoyed by
where she is a graduate I\1r. and Mrs. Art Patray Mr.
Honored At student. She Is presently a Dicandio Family and Mrs Gene Cox, both of

special education teacher for Keystone: ; and I\1r. and Mrs.
Kitchen Shower Duval County r, Celebrate 4th VeriI' Best, Mr. and Mrs.

Mr. Turner graduated from c Ralph Bryan, Mr and Mrs.

The home of Mrs. F.W. Bradford High School, Santa With Homecoming Billy Hodge Mr. and Mrs.
Strickland on Kingsley Lake Fe Junior College and Florida C.W. Slade, Mr. and Mrs.

,. was the setting for an old- Junior College He Is ,. The family of 1\Ir. and Mrs. Freddie Stephens and Mr.
oT r rs fashioned outdoor picnic and presently a R.E.M.T. for LeonardoV.Dicandio Sr. met and Mrs. Wayne Wynn, all of
shower Park.Clydie at the Dicandio home over the Starke. .
kitchen on Wednesday Orange
\ weekend to celebrate four During the dinner Cherie
evening June 30, for Miss
occasions, homecoming a and Gene Cox reviewed high- I
Linda Powell July 31 bride- Searle -McRae
Merrill bon and of the Beta Phi
elect, birthday, voyage the lights Sigma
Fourth of July.Attending Florida State Convention held.
Arrangements of summer Set 11 1 l \
flowers were used at vantage Rick Jackson Date Sept. were the m Nassau.
points throughout the home. Dicandlo's ten children 20 Following the dinner members -
Mrs Grace Searle of and t eir husbands met
The was served on the Wed 11 grandchildren eight great
supper To July
terrace overlooking the lake. Starke, and Chester E, Searle grandchildren and SIX friends. at the National Guard Armory

The individual tables were Charleston W. Va., announce The family enjoyed games, for a "Happy Birthday
Miss Clydie Merrill and the engagement and refreshments hikes and America" dance sponsored by
covered with w hitI' cloths with
red checkered Rick Jackson will be united In approaching marriage of their visiting during the weekend.A the Bradford County Volunteer -
appointments marriage Sunday, July 11, at 2
daughter Jan to Jeffrey belated birthday dinner Fire Department.
and in the center of each table
p.m. In St. Paul's Methodist McRae, son of Mr. and Mrs. for Leon Dicandio, Sr, who
old fashioned
Full Size 13995 Ea. Pc. was an lighted
11995 lantern. Church with a reception Julian E. McRae, of Starke. was 86 years old on June 22, Shan Edwards
Queen Su'359, Set following In the church
Regal Majesty TWin
SIU The gift table centered Miss Searle is a 1975 was celebrated. He was
I. pc. King SIZ' '49995 SetMATTRaSS wags Fellowship Hall.
graduate of Bradford High awarded the Father.Of.TheVearawardby
with decorated iron
a Celebrates 16th
All friends and relatives are
skillet flanked by lighted School Is employed at his family of 53
Invited to attend. Federal & relatives and six
FOUNDATION Guaranty Savings friends.
lanterns.presented as The a skillet gift to was the ............................. Loan Association, and Is Bon voyage was extended to Birthday July 2
I txthsw."" CMlII" Spur. 1198 coil 1 hcl..... fill 0 I'Idoc spring sill
presently attending Santa Fe Officer 1st class
bride-elect by the hostesses. Dr. and Mrs. W.H. Green George
1..1. blMl usswtIN 9 10 gauge Carder coda, The hostesses were Mrs. and family of Tallahassee Community College Dolan Owens, Jr. on his seven Shan Edwards celebrated
2 rspgrop.l.ss. swsS iuulslsr I 10 10 i gape", II' lad last zan.coils Rex Anderson Mrs. J.E. spent the weekend with his Gainesville. month cruise of the her 16th birthday Friday night

:t IrIa.l. Iitle. how hx.r cuoths' II I 10 gwpp dour '.11II0"coils Denmark, :Mrs A.J. Eaves mother, Mrs Lax Green and Mr McRae is a 1974 Mediterranean on the USS when her parents, Mr. and

4 rrlw.Ihtel..wcoslrt/M" 12 :3gcup.brdrsuppallrod.., Ill Mrs. II.T. Godwin; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sanders graduate of BHS and Is California. Mrs. Curtis Edwards gave a
S 9ss III" Ntt luxury pulahp. ,... lt: fill Clip stills wIlt coils Billy Melson, Mrs. X.M. SmIth at Kingsley Lake. employed by the office of Attending the occasion were cookout and party for her and
8 EI.pasl" sad _.cw.rhg. ,filch. 14 Lutwuuh, p.dt.d", trw and MIss Louise Stern. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dicandio 20 friends.A .
7 .ids hcl" 'IhlsM.p nxd' Among the guests were Mrs. Mrs. Edward Hudson of Starke. lie also attends Santa Sr., Mr. and Mrs. James red white and blue color
Edward M. Powell mother of BlountsvUle, Ala. Is visiting Fe.The Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Mike motIf was carried out In the
_A. Nelson wedding is planned for Dicandlo Mr. and Mrs. party decorations consisting
j1zJ24 dealer the honoree and Mrs. Olin W. her mother, Mrs.
Make a vIsIt to your "' 4 now White, mother of .the Green and family this week September 11. George Owens, Sr.. Mrs. of streamers and balloons In
prospective groom Dover Jones Mr. and Mrs. the carport and patio The
J.W. Denmark, Mr and Mrs. buffet table was centered with
II', I Fact You Can Do Bolter At % I. .1 Don Neats, Mr. and Mrs. Leon a red. white and blue doll
4 "> BRADFORD Dicandio Jr. Mr, and cake
:J1u, IltU/'i ofol Published COUNTY TELEGRAPH David Eddings, Mr. and Mrs. The young folks enjoyed
every Thursday
Dicandio Miss Millie and dancing
games following
at 138 W Call Street
Dlcandio, Mrs. George the cookout.
Dog Gro'orning & Starke Florida 32091 Owens, Jr., Mrs. Tina Bretas Out of-town guest was Brian

Second Class Mrs. Lynn Denmark, Mrs. Pulling of Maitland who was
Bathing atSlarke postage FloridaSubscription paid Phil Denmark, Mrs. Grace also weekend guest of the
t All Bricds Mitchell 1\Ir. Fred Smith, Edwards family

Mrs Marion Neats, Miss ............o..............

404 W, Madisall St Starke Inlradearea:38Aoper: Rates: Teresa Reynolds and Vollmann Sonny Byers Roy and Mr and Mrs. James A.Sim-

Closed Sun, a Mon year; 33.SOsia months their families. Also attending mona and Mrs, AI Belcher of
Call For
434 V Call St. Next tD Pigg/yW47ay was the newly crowned Queen Jacksonville were Sunday
Phone trade
964-5827 Starke Florida ( Outside' area: 11.00 of
964.5221 sill Speedway, Miss guests of Mr and Mrs. C.G
5.5/10 per year: 14.00 months Bernie Back. Hili.Pagit2 .

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I I Obituaries r

I Arthn B. Wynn .

Funeral services will be
held Saturday, July 10, at 3. 1h
p.m. for Mrs. Atha B. Wynn r
V 81. in the First Christian
Church of Lake Butler, with ; ur l tOtr w
r"i IlpwM Rev. Raymond Baer officiat
i P
ing. r I (;SM'
Interment will follow In
P 1 I Ir Sapp Cemetery in Raiford,
with Archer Funeral Home In
; y1r charge of arrangements.Mrs. .
.Wynn,a member of the
First Christian Church of
Lake Butler was born in
Bradford County and lived''
1 1R 1s
most of her life in the Raiford

and Lake Butler communities.. .. .. > ? '
Survivors include two sis- "" .. 1V
ters, Mrs. Nancy Thornton of .....---------- .'f_. !LiThe
Raiford and Mrs. Evie Stubbsof --
flag of the 50 state of the IJ.S. was raised high Sunday afternoon the
Goulds Florida; and a on new crowd was treated to watermelon under the shade of the oak and trees at
number of nieces and courthouse lawn at Starke citizens some 100 strong Joined together In honor of the courthouse, pecan
nephews. nation's 200th birthday and to honor American war dead. After the ceremonies the
__ ____..m___ _
Mrs. Ada Gardner 'Enla Pinkston Lon QualifiesGene

.JI__ It Mrs. Dennison Funeral services for Mrs. Funeral services will be Long, veteran Brad.
Ada W.Gardner,58, were held held Saturday morning, July ford County Property
Mrs. Rosie A. Dennison, 72, at graveside in Jacksonville 10, at 11 a.m. for Mrs. Eala Appraiser, qualified for reelection
died Tuesday June 29, in Memory Gardens Wednesday, Pinkston, 87, in Mt. Zion Swift Tuesday, July 6.
Bradford County Hospital with Rev. W.A. Millan Creek Primitive Baptist "Since my election in 1953
following a heart attack. Bornin officiating Church, with Rev. James and in the future my primary
SAY Alma,Ga.,she had lived the Mrs. Gardner who residedat Tompkins officiating.Interment objective Is to achieve equity
past 40 years in Raiford, 307 N. Church St., died will follow In the I i4 c ETjt! + aa., vWr in all appraisals in Bradford
where she was a member of Monday morning in the church cemetery with Archer County, Long said
the First Baptist Church. Bradford County Hospital. Funeral Home of Lake Butler r t ';'Lr'.8w His professional qualifications -
Surviving are two daugh- She was born in Insko, in charge of arrangements. include completion of 16
ters, Mrs. Kathryn Alvarez, Kentucky, August 15, 1917, Mrs. Pinkston, who was 40-hour courses in the various
Raiford; and Mrs. Marilyn and had moved from Palatkato born in Bradford County and i appraisal procedures, which
,0 Buehne, Chicago, Ill.; one Starke in September of 1975. lived in the Lulu area her w r have qualified him as a Certified
brother, Andrew Taylor She was a member of the entire life, died Wednesday in + 4q Florida Appraiser. This
Ocala; and one grand- Bostwick Baptist Church, the North Florida Regional v r,>
daughter. Bostwick, Florida. Hospital after an extended ill :
Local Sports Fashion Gay 90 Styles Funeral services were heldat Survivors include her ness. + 11.1'
4 p.m. Thursday in Raiford husband William M. She was a member of the _j.-' .1
McDonald'! assistant manager David Potochnik and Mrs. Baptist Church with Rev. Gardner; two daughters, Mrs Eastern Star Chapter No.40 In
Hazel Paulk sport the costumes they wore in McDonald's "most Hugh Walters officiating. Wilma Daniels of Fort Lake Butler and a member of
original costume" contest July 4. Interment was in Mount Zion Hancock, N.J. and Mrs the First United Methodist 1 *
The Cemetery with Archer Fun- Leanna Sue Spivey of Church of
competition was. so close that no winners were judged, Worthington
and all participants will be treated to a dinner at Red Lobster In eral Home of Lake Butler in Chesapeake, Va.; her parents, Springs, Florida
Gainesville.Mr. charge. Mr and Mrs. Elbert Bailey of Survivors include one sister,
Jenkins, Kentucky, four Mrs Beatrice Courson of
brothers, George Bailey of Lulu two brothers
; Pasco
I o9JXU ffiu\f\ CU I Chesapeake, Va, Harold Weeks of Lulu and Inman This 48 pound hybrid butternut squash is the largest of its 8-10 4t
Bailey of Virginia Beach, Va., Weeks of Pahokee; one step- pound kin grown by Guy Sale at his Kingsley Lake garden. The AR
Gary Lee Bailey of daughter, Mrs Alva Wyche of seeds were sent from Atlanta and grew 40 foot vines.
Chesapeake, Va., and Donald Gainesville; two stepsons, Sale, with grandchildren Keith 8, and Kathy 10, of Tampa
.. and Mrs. WS Haas !Mrs. Ruth Rich and son, Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Crowsonof Bailey of Jenkins, Kentucky; Truman Pinkston and Henry said he would save the seeds from this squash for planting next
have had as guests during the Wade of Montgomery, Ala. Winter Garden and Mrs. three sisters, Mrs. Hola Pinkston both of Lake Butler; year.
past week Mr' and Mrs. Harvey were Saturday to Monday W.W Sellers of Burlington Kujawski of Chesapeake, Va., and eleven grandchildren.
Joiner of Camp Springs, guests of Mr. and Mrs Curtis N.C. visited their brother, Mrs. Anna Mae Taylor of
Md., Mrs. Sallie Knight of Edwards. Joining the familyon Claude Crowson in Bradford Waterford, Conn., and Mrs. Lilly Edith LavenderFuneral Charles McMurtryCharles Wilbert Prevail
Dublin, Ga and Mrs. N.L. Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. County Hospital over the Christine Dodrill of Cherry
Perry of Rome, Ga. Miss Guy Edwards of Jacksonville.John weekend. They were Monday Hill, New Jersey; and three L. McMurtry, 56, of
Linda Haas of Tampa was luncheon guests of Mrs. Harry grandchildren.DeWitt services will be Graham, died in the V.A. Mr Wilbert H. Prevail. 50.
also home for the weekend. Spengler of Gaines- Mooty. C. Jones Funeral held Saturday, July 10, at 5 Hospital at Gainesville early of Summerfield died
ville, Mr. and Mrs J.L. Bettes Home was in charge of p.m. for Mrs. Lilly E. Laven- Friday morning Thursday evening following a Gene Long
der, 89 in
Patsy Ann McClure and Ada of St. Augustine and !\II'. and Mr and Mrs. George Live- services. Home Archer Funeral Mr. McMurtry was born in long illness. Property Appraiser
J.i Harper, both of Starke, !Mrs J.C. Dukes of Starke save of Atlanta visited her Dobbs Chapel with Rev. Alton Daviess County Kentucky, Born in Starke on December certification entitles Long to
have been named to theDean's were Sunday dinner guests of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey 1\Irs.llah Joiner follow officiating.in Oekle Intermentwill January 25 1920, and had 2, 1925, Mr. Prevatt was a his membership in the Profes-
List for the spring LTC and Mrs. VJ Spengleron Edwards from Saturday to with Archer Cemetery lived in Graham for the past veteran of the Korean War sional Associationof
sessions of their respective Mr. Spengler's birthday.Mrs. Monday.Joining the family on Mrs Ilah P. Joiner, 89, died Lake Butler Funeral in Home of 16 years. He was employed by and a member of the Baptist Florida.Appraisers He is also a mem-
colleges. Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. in the Bradford County arrangements charge of the Bradford County Road church. ber of Florida Appraiser's
McClure attends Valdosta Carolyn Redgrave Joe Hill of Ocala Hospital in Starke Thursday Department, was an Air Survivors include one son, Association and International
Force .veteran of WW II John P. Prevatt of Cocoa
State College and Harper morning following a lingering and
spent the weekend with Mr. Association of Assessing Officers l-
f attends Westhampton College, and Mrs. Charlie Parker in The family of the late Harley illness. Mrs. Lavender, a memberof the Korean War ,and was a Beach, one brother, Erie .
, the women's division of the Miami. McRae met at the home of Mrs. Joiner, the widow of New Berlin Road Baptist Baptist. Prevatt of Lake Asbury; three Long 55, is a native of Brad-
i University 'of Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Tullie Normanon Harvey H Joiner, Sr., movedto (Church in Jacksonville, died Survivors includetwo sisters, Mrs. Pauline Murleyof ford County and a veteran of
Harper Is the daughter of Rev. Will and Susan Sellers of July 4 for their family Starke a year ago; after :Friday morning at her home brothers, Allen McMurtry of Geneva Fla., Mrs. Mae World War II
and Mrs. G.L. Harper of Monks Corner, S.C. were last reunion. Out-of-town guests living in Winter Garden for 55 'after an extended illness. Frankfort. Kentucky and JohnA. Tyre of Florahome Mrs.
S(arke. Friday visitors of their were Mr. and Mrs. Charles years. She was a member of McMurtry of Jacksonville; Melba Matheny.of
aunt, of Ocala /She was born in Blakly. two sisters, Mrs Jean Summerfield and.. .two
' Mrs. Crosby Mr. and Mrs. the First Baptist Church of .Z
Arlin McKnight. .
"Archie Green of Miami is Bill Taylor of Gainesville, Mr. Winter Garden. Georgia, and lived the last 20 Huffakerof Graham and Mrs. grandchildren. 2
visiting his mother, Mrs. L.J Local admittances to Brad- and Mrs. Bill Mobley and Mr. Survivors include one years in Bradford County. Sue Daffron of Owensboro, Funeral services were held r41iy0 ?, ..4 6fRirR.
Green this week. and Mrs Fred Broadman Survivors include two Kentucky his Monday in DeWitt C. Jones
ford of daughter, Mrs. Betty Haas of ; step-mother, I
County Hospital this .
daughters, Mrs. Lena Cook of with Rev. O.D. Brooks
week include: Mrs. Victoria Jacksonville and Mr.and Mrs. Starke; one son, Harvey H. Eva McMurtry of Owensboro, Chapel it.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cadle, Mrs. Nora Thomas Robert Taylor of Raiford and Joiner, Jr., of Camp Springs, ,Interlachen and Mrs. Nell Kentucky.The officiating Burial was in
Starling and daughter and Mrs Mae Vickery, Horace, their families.Mr. Maryland; one brother, W.W. Smith of Naples; two sons., remains were shippedto Prevatt Cemetery with
James Lavender of Lake Butler DeWitt C, Jones Funeral
Carlton Faulk of Jacksonvilleand Owensboro
Knowles, Mrs. Linda Thomas, Perry of Dublin, Ga.; one Kentucky, lor
and Ernest Lavender of Home in
Miss Mary Addington of James and Calvin sister Mrs. Sallie Knight of funeral services and burial in charge.
Gainesville were Sunday Harris of Star and Mrs. Nan and Mrs. Henry Stefan- Dublin, Ga.; seven Jacksonville; one brother, Ira the Rosewood Cemetery, Some people Oil>' thai if a
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Peek of Lake Geneva. elli returned last Wednesday grandchildren and three I Merritt of Palatka; one sister, Daviess County. DeWitt C Stay put pens TilE OFFICE bright spark .shouts up from
Carter, Sr. from a weeks visit with their great-grand:.ons :Miss Ida Merritt of Lake Butler Jones Funeral Home of Starke SHOP. Ph. 964-5764. a candle nearby you will
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. The remains were taken to 15 grandchildren and 14 was in charge of local receive a letter

and Mrs.James Biggs and son Dublin, Georgia, Friday, July grandchildren.' arrangements.
....- - - - ...- - ....
Funeral -
NowOpen in Henderson, Ky. Mrs. Biggs 2. services were held - --- ---- --- -- - -
and son joined her parents for Saturday at the graveside in
Dairif two weeks visit with Mr. and Bethsaida Cemetery with
Mrs. Raymond Stefanelli and Rev. Archie Herrin I
Queen family in Wichita Falls, officiating; and the Adams
Texas. Mrs. Biggs and son and Funeral Home handling the ft2in
Elena Stefanelli of Wichita arrangements. DeWitt C. i 1
10 A.M. To 10 P.M. returned here with Mr. and Jones Funeral Home of Starke e af
Mrs. Stefanelli for two weeks was in charge of local
visit. Mr. Biggs will join the services.
1401 N. Temple Starkea
family over the weekend and f
take his family home. I S
'Scrumpdillyishus" /3 & gift/ opI


I 134 E. Call St. Starke, Florida Hours 9-5:30Mon-Sat.:

and .. .
Mr. Mrs. Marlie -- v < -.x WAA *\ % v
Guaranty Sanderson of Starke announce .
: r''ki
the birth of a daughter, Begins Thursday
Federal Stephanie Louise, born July 1 .,.:.:

in Alachua General Hospital. ; #>.> ,?'-.gnat, Saab "' '
Savings & Loan Associationof Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. S.G. Denmark of Starke
I Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. M.A.
r Celebrating the Bicentennial and 20 Years Sanderson of Raiford
of Service to the Community 25 % :
Mr. and Mrs Dudley Price
SAVINGS CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Hardy announce the birth of a j
t daughter. Natalie Paige, born .
Annual" Annual Minimum June 29 in Riverside Hospital kt s}: ..:a:.:roy :.
, i$:i's'i:
YIELD RATE TERM Paternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs Douglas Price

8.06% 7.75% 6 Years Hardy Maternal of Starke. To aaq: ?i
grandparents are :: :
7.79% 7.50% 4 Years Mr. and Mrs. William H
6.98% 6.75% 2 Va Years Murray of Jacksonville.

6.72/ 6.50% 1 Year

5.92% 5.75% 90 Days
$1000.00 Minimum Investment (a1Ho note .

Miss Emily Casey of Gulf
5.39% 5.25% Hammock and Ahmad

.. ... .
Kasmesar of Gainesville were rev.. A. \ : :: ': substantial penalty Is required for early withdrawal on Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.

certificate plans. T.L. Casey, Jr.

a When earnings are left to compound dally for one year. Mrs. Jimmy Newman and OffSpring

All plans subject to change without notice family of Pompano Beach are
spending ten days with her

Daily Compounded Earnings Travelers Checks Clemons. V.-

Each Insured Insurable Savings Account. 140.000.00 Free Keogh Notary and IRA Public Retirement Tallahassee Douglas spent Seymour the week-of And 1 0)))

Certificate Maturity Notices Programs end with his parents, Mr. and
are sentGrllfkaU Free Transfer of Funds Mrs. J.D. Seymour.
In By Night Depository At Each Office ,
Savings f>! : .+; % .ia
tl.. the 10th, Earn From The tat Preauthorlzed Mortgage Payment 1he Old 1V7JlE1l SummerVVear r..sii'ttq:4.yV.
Interest Staring Christmas Program
Prestige Out-Of-Town Emergency ys 9
Club Accounts

.. Conventional Free Save-By.Mortgage Mall Plan Loans Oall-A-Count Cash t) i ( Ka. JIC) tI 11itIRRAMERICARO I

-.Savings Passbook and Direct Deposit of' Social Security ) <
.... ChecksAllAmerican ilml
Certificate Loans
Money Orders Statement Accounts (( ; -----o!'

395 West Madison Street Kif ."

Starke I v { Sis .
as:< : { :}sti7: ;:
tV 1;; 'Gainesville, Lake Butler Keystone Heights, and Clearwater.Beach The best place to find a ._ Y lawscoyDt'ww 'oLcwo.:olsha auwS+oGta.n{S'a:,,+x+.+at, u helping hand Is at the end of -

your arm."

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Page I TKLKUIt: : : .\PII July 8. 1976
-- --- -- --
roper Kiitlm!

rr s, M' t Gl Tire<< 111 fin I ion

M Simply looking at radial
tires to see if they are properly
4 4w inflated can he dangerously .
misleading the Tire
i Industry Safety Council
k : t cautions
4 : Tire pressure should be
f fw physically measured with an

___ accurate gauge according(
to the Council
yj "Motorists who got used to

t b the slight bulge in the side
r' E-J wall of a properly inflated
radial tire may not be aware(
t'tt that a seriously undcrm
Haled radial looks much the
same way explained Council
Chairman :Malcolm It
Lovi-ll Jr.Appearance,
Yr of a properly'
yyl inflated radial tire is all1lmilidl'nticill
J to a dangerously

a ,' undermfUted radial< lacking
l 30 per cent t or more of (he
; recommended air pressure!
r k. t As a car is driven, till
sidewalls of iin>' undcrm
Hated 1 tire me !subjected<1 'In

Mary .\Jnt's( ....1'1(11'100 much more bending and
County Commissioner! K.W'. I lodges and Jim Lewis t tI1 flexing than they \\endesigned ..
mid Dcna IVlrella to handle, 'I his
excess flexing builds up
ARKE damaging, heal which coo/
. I # ST reach more than J":>i") d"JI"'P'(
Fahrenheit much mote man/
rGERsI needed to boil water
This high lempeiatun
not only begins" to soften tin'
rubber so it wears rapidly
-- -
Left Foreground: County (lerk lib. Brown and Jew rile Crawford jII'' but can break down (he tin,
!tIght foreground: S.(i. Denmark and w ife. KinestineN \N.ICZ'I We Can Do Better<< components" and the lire mi\
fail, l.ovell said
In the 1972 Presidential election Other .about. '
{ ,', 1 I................... suggestions
\:Ilfl /1| 'flu': I /)/)t'nrt'tl I tl Lon'Irlli'tlti'nnialC'h'Gratio. ; : ; isr I Minnesota. North and radial l tine use trout the
"" h J
( / ) From Page I II) :. E' J..l! South Dakota. Montana and Council includes:
.-\\'hen radial lues .mused
0\\ case on information SAFARI SWEATERING Utah had the highest voter participation with bias plyII'/ In.i,
on : old with 67 per cent of JH-lted
by a 15 year- girl tires on the -aimuhicle
\iou51y reported missing the voting age population in the radials! must
Deputy Don Denton said the ,.4 each state turning out. That alxiavs be planed on the le.uwlictls ,
Department had was 12 percentage points higher .hc'ik ;autoiniibili'

.. previous reports 1.b 1. than the national average, manulactuiei ticnmnuii
juveniles concerning At the other extreme, less clII Ions or I lue list rlll'1l11n-
behavior" in the S IK.t lore "miving'tilt' I hype'
: than 31 cent voted in the
(; per
house off IS-301 north or !sues III'111'I's
l La\\Ul.ltIOI1"S! Starke He said the "sex District of Columbia, 38 percent .\\ hen tadi.il tires ,in
.. consisted of at least Y in Georgia and 39 per cent used on all wheels. I the
juvenile girls and an un J in South Carolina should be lotatrd I Irony limii'
:\11 cified number of boys ) to !le.ir mi the same side .>:
nl / An authorized search of the I the car

yielded bracelets \} .
"Satan's Triangle 1 \ Aflit
Dooti lfro
-: instruments used in sex na\c ss'I1 Spots
inn( acts ''' :/ '

:Morris pled guilty to posses J': in >oiirlji\\n?
of marijuana in 1975 and
<111\\ approximately twol'I'ks I 7
in the Bradford County
i'(' wfiri look inspires, this T
dIshing. / wentiTjiuki't hv Dm
Knit ..n n block .piittvroiildeiiiKti "
P1 / it button long( and Iran
VOTERREGISTRATION with shoulder I'piult'ts' and nll Is It Chinch Bugs. .?
., ,,
ash liMtpini through)( (tjlltilpti f \
: 'k.i i It', made' 'in -1\111'| "i Army Worms or j I
DRIVEDEADLINE ."turning \ ...'n- "I'l '\\'"ititiiki Mole Crickets? '9 -.( ; 1 \
i, i' \ I 11, < i in ntachinr i i i wa.h i
('nunty'ommissionerIIarel I'aulk !ItandaIIDatk; In'.uitilulK. iml, Inn tin -purlin.. -""w '
and wife. Ginger; Fungus Disease .?
TO REGISTER IN ORDER TO VOTE IN and happy H>sta nder lid tin. innnlh-In limn-

28 PRIMARIES IS Why not get a free inspection,
SEPTEMBER 7 AND SEPTEMBER SlIlr"." 'III"' ,. 'Prom Page II ............................................................................. expert from Florida by an
tiiiv/ -1A.. 1976.- -. IN-- COOPERATION WITH THE ". Pest I Control He Will
identify the problem and then recommend
MUNICIPALITIES OF BROOKER. HAMPTON one except certain people at tiles taken at bargaining!:: sessions without a pinny And here when he was! hired" Register! a cure He will also give you a free
LAWTEY AND STARKE THE BRADFORD COUNTY the high school b>' virtue of a if the board is /going to IH wee !got:: a teacher's organi stated estimate for our service '
LECTIONS OFFICE IS SPONSORING A VOTER negotiated/ compromise in hold responsible lor them lat inn that is protesting this "It's the HI'\'s:
: order to get maintenance of ijskms said he didn't believe thing'! I l'an't understand business"," l.nper hig.inIt ) --sFLORIDA
REGISTRATION DRIVE TO BE HELD AT THE salary for all people in the the notes taken b> either team that" was set two( years ago asa -
FOllOWING LOCATIONS: county Mould have bearing. unless "I'm| protesting the precedent. and 1 lust \
"V\e could very well hate written, into the contract principle. ot it." Loper stated assumed it was! !good< for this PEST
Supervisor of Elections Office taken a different tack last An apparently incredulous ".\n honest mistake was! year." Register, inter.cited( I I"It Call I I
Monday thru Friday year and taken it to impasse to I'lincipal; Lennard !Register!< nude. George; If it was your is also the HF:,\'s husiness i \. "CONTROl
8:30 to 5:00 get full supplements WI' realized spoke up: salai. ', or am other teacliei to know what supple 964-5745
: a.m. p.m. the financial situation you "George.(; >ou'\e gotta be I'd 1 be, doing the same thing" nu nls .11'e being paid in order. VI CHlIUW/
the( board) were in and under kidding, really I dim I see Register said I.oper said he to make an honest 'prt''' 'I'n'a' FREE INSPECTION C
THISWEEK'SSCHEDULEJULYS those circumstances we com- this I can't see the reasoning was nextr\ made aware that lion at the table," Loperaid
promised our approach, with Ix'hiiui this, at all. }Here a \\ taut Iin was 'promised a "Thai's I trueKcgistet" & ESTIMATE
those exceptions and everyone man that has done a great job supplementI' ill!!'M'd
Winn Dixie, Store 9 am -t2 NOON else in the county', no and whose wifeolunleered I don t think that'IlS any
JULY FRIDAY matter how many hours they her help and worked. every nt your business really, as to
Fla Bank at Starke am-12 NOON & 4.t pm put in. whatever program lay this >I'ilrllthnlll a dime \what I said 1011': \\nodlm PRE-PLANNED FUNERAL SERVICESI'
Lawtey City Hall 1 1pm 3 pm did not receive anything,
JULY 10-SATURDAY except those people at the high
Brooker City Hall 9am 1] NOON school. .\\':mT:'; ONSIDKK.VriONS:,;: :';
,and until such time as
Fla Bank at Starke JULY 12-MONDAY 9am 12 NOON that is renegotiated we feel it Does The Bible Every effort will be made to accommodate you with a method of payment,

Hampton City Hall 9am.12 NOON A 7.' pm should stand. Otht'rwise.11' that will he responsive to your personal situation Speak ('an.lidlyith your
Lawtey City Hall 1 1pm 3 pm have litigation no choice" but to pursue TeachEternal funeral director.lle" will assist you in every possible way

JULY 13-TUESDAY bull began ,
"Oh. George.
Community Bank Starke 9am -12 NOON Cassels but board member ? SOCIAL SEl'tJHlTmnn::.;,: ;
Lawtey City Hall 1 pm.-3pm Arthur Gaskins interrupted: )
JULY WEDNESDAY "W'II. the negotiations that Your funeral director is knowledgeable and experienced, in the complex area
Food Fair, Store 9 am 12 NOON I see we're talking about is no Security of Social Security benefits He is prepared to assist you in applying for .all. i IIf
Hampton City" Hall 9am 12 NOON negotiations There's nothing the benefits to w hich you may he entitled.'fhey 1 include:
Lawtey City Hall I 1pm 3pm in the contract about it and

JULY THURSDAY I'm going to treat it as such" Death !J'ayment. To assist you in meeting death expenses, thru is, m
Winn, Dime, Store 9am 12 NOON Board member J,T Parrish Hear Dr. Crews practically all cases where the deieased was covered by :Social-; :--"I'u'ity.; a
asked if perhaps the
of .
single! payment S'.35,0O.
I board should ratify the mm--
Ip I

Survivor Fienefits.hen n person "passes who has worked under :Social-;
Security monthly benefits! may be payable to certain pendents and. I
Out Of STUDIES ON SECURITY survivors.! These benefits may range! from about one to several hundreds< of
Going dollars per month. Your funeral director can he of went assisUnie to you In J
FALSE & TRUEBy explaining your eligibility! for survivor benefits I

Business SALE LecturerDr. Medicare Benefits. Medicate benefit are frequently available to help, pay
W.R. (Bobby| Crews final medical hills if the det'eased qualified under the provisions of t this medual

Hear Dr Crews Each Sunday on Bible Study Time insurance coverage.!

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Green Machine Wins 3rd Tournament TiLiiiniih"We !

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didn't hit the ball good Hatcher said of Falcon's per Falcon, on his way to the MVP during the remainder of the games to one, hit by GM inning. The game ended 4-0, P ,
enough to win, but we reliedon formance. Hatcher said that trophy, hit a single that drovein contest, to make the final player Bobby Stevens. giving the tournament
I defense, clutch hits, and Falcon's clutch hitting kept the two winning runs in the score 21-18. Green Machine won the first championship to Green July 8,1976 PageS
big plays." the team going, especially bottom of the seventh inning. "We thought the game was game 4-1, with all the runs Machine.
That Is what Green Machinemen's during Lie. .fifth game against, i The following morning, GM over (tin the third inning), and crossing the plate in the third Looking ahead to the sub-
Rowan walKer 01 winter played Red Carpet Inn of we got a little lackadaisical. inning on base hits by Marcus district tourney July 16-18,
softball team had to say Haven when he hit a three-run Lakeland, who is rated fourth They just pecked away at us," Rhoden, Douglas, Stevens, Hatcher said, "We think our IYIIUDavid !
of GM's victory at the Fire- homer which won the game. in the nation in the class A Hatcher said of GM's lone and Kenny Carlton. chances are good. If we do the
cracker Invitational softball Hatcher praised many GM division, and put them away defeat. Stevens began the scoring in best we can, we'll come away
tournament in Cocoa last players, including short-stop 235. GM came back to win the the championship game by satisfied"
weekend. Randall Symonds. Although Hatcher considersthe final two games against knocking a home run. In the
GM's victory was completewith "He is an outstanding ballplayer Red Carpet pitcher"one of Speedline despite a strong bottom of the fourth inning, a
Donald Falcon being he had one of the best the top in the nation," that wind in the faces of the Jim Garhngton single sent in
named the tournament's Most tournaments at short-stop that didn't stop GM hitter Terry hatters The wind; hamriAroH, runner Douglas. and Terrv Brown Grabs 3rd Win
Valuable Player and Eddie I've ever seen. He has a shot Hardee from batting 1,000 hitting and L according to Hat Hardee singled: sending in
Douglas winning the home. gun arm and can throw you with 5-for-5 at the plate. Randall cher,kept down the number of Garlington and Falcon, who I
run trophy with five home out anywhere." Wymonds and Eddie home runs during the two had been walked earlier in the In Junior PGA GolfARoundDavid I
runs. GM won their first two Hazen both had 3-for-5, and
"It couldn't have come to a games, played Saturday, slid- Ronnie Griggs turned in a Far' I'B.1f .t S.i1-Y '.I'twvt::: : UUgl\iI' t.i_ :

more deserving person, he's a ing by Rowan Walker of Win superior performance with a Brown of Keystone Keith Kirker of Green Cove Keystone, recorded his third
hustler and a team man," ter Haven 8-7 in the first one. perfect 3-for-3. Heights grabbed his third Springs in the 16-17 group. win in the 10-11 group with a
GM'sf urtl game against straight win in the North Kirker, shooting 39-37-76, now nine hole round of 65. Sean
Speedline of Tampa brought Central Florida Junior PGA has three first place wins Pacetti, Palatka, tallied 67
Misfits First their first loss. They startedthe Golf Around Tuesday July 6, recorded for the tour. strokes in the 8-9 division for
game by jumping ahead to maintain the lead in the 12- Rick Shumaker, of first place.
10-4 in the second inning, and 13 division Gainesville, carded 384078for Two Keystone girls are
increased their lead by eight Playing at Green Cove 20 points and second place. leading in the 14-15 and 12-13
runs in the third inning. But Springs, Brown fired a 40-38-78 Two strokes back was Eddy divisions Danielle Reed
In Baker BattleThe GM was through scoring, P which awarded him 21 points. Bravo of Gainesville with 39- stroked 55 for first spot and
while Speedline added 17 runs i ttj r' $. He needs only one more first 4180. her third win. Sharon Brown
place finish to clinch the title totaled 64 strokes for nine
Starke Misfits won the The win against A&B Morrow FourthIn in this division. In the 14-15 division' Billy holes to keep her first place
16-team Baker County Invita Trucking made second in a Robert Burns of Quail Tuten Palatka now has three slot.
Heights in Lake City stroked 21 point wins. He stroked 39-
tional softball duce
row,and the Misfits went on to Hobby
Qre 84 for second place and 38-77 the The fourth round of the touris
2-5, making it the third win their next six fin Joey over par 72, 18 hole
Herres of Starke carded 86 for Mark Blakewood scheduled at Keystone Golf
tournament win for the Misfit ishing the invitational with an Starke racer A.C. Morrow r course ,
squad. 8-1 record. finished in fourth place in the third spot.Keystone's. Palatka recorded 80 strokesfor and Country Club Monday,
Mike Logsdonshot second and July 12. The following week,
The tournament's Most Coming out of the losers Hobby Feature race at the place Bobby
Valuable Lake I rounds of 38-38-76 which Fannin, Green Cove, was Monday, July 19, juniors will "
Player last
trophy was bracket to play the undefeated City Speedway tt
included birdie eagle on third with 82.Richard tee-off at Lake City Golf and
awarded to Misfit player Fred Crackers the Saturday night, following h// IV: par.
Monday night, \
\1" the final three holes to tie O'Donoghue, Country Club.
Wheeler for his "outstanding Misfits defeated 10-9 the team Starke's Junior Estes' and titGreen
defensive playing that had beat them in the first Roger Chandler's first and ::
game of the tourney.. Tommy second place in the first heatof
The Misfits began the Wise and Lloyd Gilpin each that division.
tournament Friday night by had three hits for four tries in Starke drivers continued to WESTERN WORLD
taking a loss from the Mac- that game. place during the night's :..
clenny Crackers 7-3, but came The Misfits again played the racing with Wayne Aldridge Machine coach Harry Hatcher and home-run trophy :
back in the last two games of Crackers in the championshipgame taking fourth place in the first inner Eddie Douglas show off GM's first place trophy from the
the to beat the heat of the Late !Model
tourney winning by a wider
Cocoa: Firecracker Invitational. GM: player Don Falcon was
Crackers for the championship. margin of !).4. Ricky Bennett division.Aldridge placed sixthin chosen 1'105t'aluable Player in the tournament played last IS NOW OPEN !
was the leading hitter with 3- the feature race of that weekend.
In the third game played for-4 at the plate.* division.
Sunday. Misfits whipped A&B The Macclenny Crackerstook Hoping Club:
Trucking from Jacksonville second place in the Baker w Orange Park FL S. of Orange Park Mall
27-12 with MVP Wheeler County invitational, and the l1,' ,
out 6-for-6 at the \ \,. '.
knocking Palatka :
Merchants ;
were Awards Given
: plate third. \ ...,:. ."-.)'.f, r'I\': f t COME VISIT N. E. FLORIDA'S

'L'j' ''. ",.,' "'- ..lO'irl'J.t !' The Bradford Roping Club
Hundreds Line KH Streets ; '. .1i' 'f" -ii" week has completed trophy another period four of LARGEST WESTERN STORE!
; <(
I '''* 110 ... competitive horse riding
For Bicentennial ParadeHundreds .K....., "'<\ r t (gymkhana) events and has Everything Western..All Under One Roof I
trophies in the eight
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,. ,. classes.
lined the parade hundreds of sheets of paper J"' ,. An RIDING EQUIPMENT
route Saturday afternoon for toweling stuffed into chicken I .., ::1' Placing first and second by Men's Ladies i Children
g one of the biggest and best wire. \oJ category were: Daren and TACK
:, parades Keystone area Judges Gary and Sherry Williams and Knsti Braddy, ANIMAL HEALTH ) Name Brands
residents have ever Dykes and Sylvia Sanders Toddlers; Dean Underhill and Quality
itnt'ssed pegged the best marching unit Jeff Clemmons, Fingerlings;
Many turned out with as the Sportman Club's Rhonda Hinson and Phillip Leading Manufacturers BOOTS, BELTS
entries for the Bicentennial Buckskin and British Color Unison, Small Fry; Cindi '
affair walking, riding and Guard. Jordan and Cindi Bryan i' GUNS & HAND GUNS HATS
dressed! in colorful costumesto Dressed in red coats and Junior Girls; Timmy Bryan Many Leading BrandsWe
make the second Our buckskin uniforms, carryingthe and Dwight Braddy, Junior Ammun do
Country Day street parade a American and British Boys; Elizabeth O'Steen and accept
winner for spectators and flags, the unit would pause rr Jane Sigmund, Powder Puff; MASTER CHARGE
participants periodically during their Bud Clemmons and Ronnie 249 WESTERN BANKAMERICARDBLANDING
Pat Oglesby, head of this march to fire their muskets in Williams Seniors Eddy
year's event, expressed her tribute to July 4th .- O'Steen and Roscoe Seay 264.3838
delight in the cooperation and Lionellas, riding on a Jack Benny Class BLVD
participation of the Keystone decorated float boat dressedin W RLD Open Fri. fife
(State Rd. 21))
: Heights residents and colorful period costumes The Roping Club sponsors till 9
businesses that turned out to won the best Bicentennial --=. riding events that pm
make it such a success. award.Also riding on the float Robert Rozirr participates the boat driving display on Lake demonstrate the speed and Orange Park
Estimating: a crowd of over was the Lion's exchange Geneva as part of the Our Country Day celebration! in Keystone athletic ability of the horse
:' three thousand by the number student, Patricia Brault from heights His No. :50 outboard. boat is powered by a t30hpIer: while in the control of the
r American flags distrubuted Mexico rider
: by the Shrine Keystone Kop Harvm's Heroes Tee cury engine.
unit, Mrs. Oglesby stated it League decorated pickup,
: was the biggest crowd yet to announcing Americas numberone f
: line the streets of Keystone sport, was picked as the
: An enormous 32 foot.long by Most Original.
: five foot wide float, The Keystone High School
: constructed in the shape of a Marching band turned out for WITH FLORIDA'S NEW GENERIC DRUG
boat depicting the Boston Tea the affair to liven up the
: Party won the best parade with marching music
: commercial award for the along with many dressed in 4-
: newly formed Keystone colorful Indian and period LAW ECKERD'S MAY SAVE YOU MONEY
: Chamber of Commerce and costumes. ,
: the Grand Prize of the street Other floats entering the
parade for the Interact Club. parade were from Jackson'sof -
: Interact members, headed Keystone, the Junior C' YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION.ttKVtm
.: by sponsor Eric Kedfearn Woman's Club and the .
: constructed the float with Monitor.

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Workman's Comp I Policy Snitt.OR. wyw4PA'tEl1t

Workman's compensation claims were incurred againstthe ',
I insurance for the Bradford policy during the policy S1r10V1-DliO' Ry Nip. -
I'' schiiol system was awarded to year However, the board's
: State Farm at an annual pre loss ratio has been averaging
I :: mom of $23.989: at a June 30 47 percent over the past five
Li) : meeting of the school board years, which would make the
, : The school board chose a guaranteed plan and retro- tt ttiEO wt aa01NG 10 'sVt
: guaranteed premium policy spective plan cost about the GENERIC N .
.. instead of one in which premiums same. t ,,. ;tr t,
: would rise or fall "I 1 think the retrospectiveplan o '
: according to claIms. is a big gamble with the 5O VKW a"n '
: Anotherfirm. Gerald Brown odds stacked against us," said "( Iti & AjH r} \
: Insurance bid the same price Board Member Arthur Gas- s & l N.,_
; for coverage but the board kins.The J
: went with State Farm on board voted 5-0 to gowith
recommendation of George State Farm and the pack ">
: Roberts of Roberts Insurance age deal recommended by
since State Farm already carries Roberts I*.
insurance on the school Later on June 30 school ad- )y .
vehicles and buildings for the ministrators and law enforcement -
next two years. The board heads were hosted at a
instructed) Business Manager dinner at the Garden Restaurant -
7 J Eddie: Douglas to ask State by Crockett Farnell of the r
Farm agent Merritt Williams University of Miami's Dese-
to award the school systemthe gregation Center. The affair
workman's compensation was billed as a human rela-
i insurance for the next two tions conference with the tab : +15
:: years at $23,989 to make the for the steak dinner being
;, entire package expire at the picked up by Farnell's organization -
:: same time which operates on federal -
: with I grant monies. Farnell
: Ely going a retrospec
:!I: Live premiums plan, meaning according variable to offered host to return a human upon relations requestand Eckerd's Generic Formulary can save you anywhere from 25 cents to as much as $4.50 on your next prescription. I

5 claims, the board could have conference for the school system -
:: paved; a possible $3,988 if no Eckerd's takes the lead in implementing Florida's new Eckerd's standards.

i: 4. .4 ....'4'41 Generic Drug Law in ways that assure you quality, safety and Florida's new law says that unless your physician or you

.. important savings request the higher-priced brand name, we must fill your j

... '-'- -- ."-,. -"-' ,-. -; ."..:.. The generic drugs we use are chemically equivalent to the prescription with a generically equivalent drug from our \'

:o; *7'f_ :: t.i ); : ,; brand name but cost much less. We pass the savings on to you. formulary. "-; I,
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.i __ :- So far only a select number ((17 drugs) have qualified for the So don't be surprisedif O

.._. Jc ,. ,.,....... -- ....-.;; -- ..--...- "" Eckerd Generic Formulary. More will be added but it is not easyto your next Eckerdprescription i

:: qualify.We costs a lot

.::.' ordinal That scientific Greek. term Alton"astronaut"means star Is and rather nauttt romantic sailor in HO the an select our generics only from America's most reputable less and remember, you'llbe

;L. "'astronaut" i is one who sail among the stan. firms. Each and every one must pass Eckerd's high quality saving safely at '

standards. There are generic drugs available that do not meet Eckerd Drugs. t



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( ,I, ... Church of God: Sunday; .Gainesville.
'.' r School 10 a.m. Worship Ser* Mrs Bessie
.; '; ',,' .. vices 11 a.m, and 7 p.m., .cent City is
: 'i' ) Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: time with her
'. ... \\''-' p.m. and YPE Friday at 7:30: ter-in-law,
'''f1'1iJ p.m. Barry Watts
'tL r Evergreen Baptist: Sunday Mrs. Earl
L School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Alachua
i tct + Y vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Gainesville, I
Y Prayer Meeting Wednesday at gery. Our

8 p.m. her. ( ) High
Faith Church Mrs. Martha
y Baptist : .
)' :, !< Radio Program over WPXE Mattie Milley, High
.. Starke 8 Bible Mrs Mae ; I
,. a.m. Sunday.
..... .tTj j School 10 Worship Services sister Mrs
a.m. ,
/(. i h 4t +k' li,
A 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Riverside
-,.. ; '."xe .. % Prayer Meeting Wednesday ville, on Sunday
,.-':, 't-.. 7:30: p.m. Bible Study. are nappy to
1-' ').: Grace United Methodist: has Improved a
.' Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship Major and
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: Dougherty and ,

.'//1 ) p.m, Choir Practice 7 p.m. Erma Wilson ex-Grand
and United MYF 8 p.m. Wednesday Geise Brecht, of the
Ga., Capt. and Georgia
Highland Baptist: Sunday Lines and I
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser ter, S.C., Miss Arch
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Wilson of families
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Mrs. George : p.m. for
iLawtey 7:30: p.m. zabeth, of by the
Y Northside Baptist: Sunday and Ray Wilson. charter
t School 10 a.m. Worship Ser and Miss .
I vices 11 am. and 7:30: p.m. of Gainesville Lodge
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at weekend guests all who
Members of the. Lawtey volunteers left, take on the fire fighting Graham and the Correctional Center had a good time 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Wm. this I
crew from the Lawtey Correctional Center in a stand-oft- spraying each other and trying to push the barrel back and Mr. and I
haute Saturday afternoon. Volunteers from Bradford County, forth. They weren't able determine a winner, though. PERSONALSMr. : Pringle, of .

and Mrs. Marcus Norman Springs spent
1- Skinner Seeks District Sherry, Darlene, and noon with their
Melissa, of Miami are spend- Pierce Crews.
4 ing two weeks with their bro Mrs. Bessie
ther-in-law and sister Mr. and Barry Watts
5 Senate Seat Mrs Edward Roberts and took Jessica
family Pensacola on
Rep. Sherrill! Pete Skinner Friends of Mrs. Lloyd Grif- come home on
D.Lake City currently completing k fis regret to learn that she is a Mr. and Mrs.
Cam- his first term in the patient in Bradford County and sons, and
Florida House of Representatives 4, Hospital. Our prayers are Norman and
qualified Tuesday, July with her. Starling, visited
6. for the District 5 seat in the Cecil Whitehead of Kingsley Mr. and Mrs.
Florida Senate. Lake, Mrs. Ronnie Kirklandand family of Seville
Sen. Bob Saunders, D- baby and Mrs. Pat to Sunday. A
Gainesville, present senator Walker and son,of Starke, Mr. son of Mr and \
from District 5, announcedlast .v and Mrs. Allan Gertshaw and man, had the
week he will not seek reelection daughter, of Virginia were all break his right
The new Lawtey Volunteer Fire Department truck as it was Saturday dinner guests of Mr there.
loaded with kids in the Starke's Bicentennial parade Sunday Skinner, born in McAlpin, and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. After G.W. Rivers
afternoon Suwannee County, is a graduate lunch the Gertshaws left for spent
of Suwannee High Gainesville to visit their par- with his sister,
School and the University of ents, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Pre Crews. 1
Florida Skinner serves on the vatt. Mrs. Pat Walker and son Cecil Dobbs
following committees in the : remained with them for several Ala? spent
House: Community Affairs days. his parents, !\ !
F { Miss Elizabeth Arlie Dobbs.
--- Terry spent
.f.0, :; ; Tuesday to Thursday with her took them and
t. v.N 'I nephew and niece, Mr. and see their -
70h Skinner Seeks Mrs Terry Futch and familyof Hewitt at the
Jacksonville Beach. Quincy. They
lf7" i! '. DistrictsSenate Seat Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCulley their daughter. shoes atI
visited their son-in-law and while there. I town's
'" t Elections, Health and Rehabilitative daughter, Mr and Mrs. Larry Mr and wife of
Services and Select Mincey and family, of Fay- Edwards of
Committee on Militaryand etteville, N.C. several days. spent Saturday 1 installed
Veterans Affairs, more Mrs.Loca Raulerson visited parents, Mr. and I I joints and
committees than any other her son-in-law and daughter, Wilkison, Sr. wires,
Mr. and !Mrs. John Broward Mr and !\
first term legislator h or
e i and family of Jacksonville, on Peterson of to
Sunday of last week. Mrs. Bettie
In Community Affairs} rje is Mr. and Mrs Harold Jones and '''Mrs I I i
NEW serving as chairman of the and family, and Mr. and !Mrs Gary and Robyn
Subcommittee on Occupational David ilkerson and David of Heights, and !\ !
Licensing. In Health Jacksonville Mr and Mrs David Peterson 2'h'Y
and Rehabilitative Services Jimmy Crawford and Jennifer Jacksonville
BUS STATIONIN y I Skinner is a member of the Ad of Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. dinner guests of !
Hoc Subcommittee on District Raymond Wilkerson of Rai- Robert Lee and
!Mental Health Boards, a ford !Mr, and Mrs. Timothy Mr. and Mrs.
member of the Subcommitteefor Wilkerson and family and Sellers of
t Appropriations Budget their parents. Mr. and Mrs. the weekend with
Review, and a member of the Leon Wilkerson attended the !Mrs Pierce faced
Subcommittee on Offender Wilkerson Reunion last Sun Chief and !!
tal) the
STARKE Rehabilitatim and Correc- day at Highland Church. and son Keith of
tions. Skinner's most recent !Mr and Mrs Harry Baxleyof Va spent the up
appointment- is to serve as a Green Cove Springs and their mother I

The address below is the place to go for all information r member of the Ad Hoc Subcommittee their sister-on-)"" * 1 on Health and Rehabilitative Baxley visitednd Mrs. Brown and
on Greyhound travel. Your new Greyhound agenta v Services Personnel
r Carl Prevatt 1 --.1 after. Mr. and Mrs.
member of your community-has full details on 4 Problems. noon. were Saturday
low Greyhound fares, frequent schedules scenic :Mrs Loca Raulerson spent of their son and
routes, charter buses Greyhound Package Express : Skinner said that in his Saturday with Mrs. Ruby law, Mr and
;: opinion "one of the major Crews and daughter, of Glen kison Jr., and
too! Stop !In and say hello today! .1 } issues confronting the public St Mary. ville. All

today is the general inacces- Mr. and :Mrs Hugh Gene Creek Baptist
Greyhound Bus Station sability of elected officials" to Rogers of Athens Tenn. and game
their constituents Skinner Mr. and !Mrs Girald Bouchardof Mr. and Mrs
further stated that he plans to
Mich the
238 Washington 9846090Greyhound Fayette, spent were Sunday
continue as a full time legislator with
long weekend their bro- their son-in-law
J'l.ene Laffoon added while serving in the State therand sister-m.law. !Mr and Mr and Mrs.
r atmosphere to the Lawtey Senate Mrs Ben McCulley and family
celebration' viith this authentic David. Mr. and Mrs
homemade Granny; dress Skinner strongly believes Mrs. Harold Jones and chil- dish, Donald
complete and (Iranny; cap and that unbridled bureaucrats, dren of Jacksonville, and Mrs. State Farm and c
.6 flounces at the hip. J'Lene on all levels of government, Linda Crawford and Jenniferof Robert 7
passed out miniature strips of are causing the tax-paying Baldwin visited their par Starke, were '
f A change for the better. Bicentennial bunting and kepton citizen to feel frustrated and ents, Mr and !Mrs Leon vv il- dinner guests of Ea
a genuine smile through the incapable of dealing effectively kerson on Friday Other Mr. and Mrs. f
.r.1 7'a hot afternoon with government guests were their son anddaughterm Mrs. Pierce FLEAS
-law, Mr. and Mrs sisters, Mrs. 5%
David Wilkerson and David and Mrs. Mary
who were their Friday over Sunday DUST
night guests.Mr.
Put On
and !Mrs Rhea Van Ars- and Mrs. Waldo !
89JM dall II and family of Lake Worthington
: land, spent until Tuesday with Mrs !Martha $1 87
their brother-in-law and sister Patricia, Maria, 1
Pastor and Mrs. Jim Hall and grandson
and family. hurst Ga. spent
Miss Arthurine Blanchard with her brother

NO ADDITIONAL CHARGES visited Thursday.friends in Jacksonvilleon law Mr. and

Mr and Mrs. Lynn Both of son.Mr.. and !Mrs.
Jacksonville were Sunday and son, and 500
dinner guests of their mother, Perry were
For A Mrs. Daisy Both, and grand guests of their !
mother Mrs. Nellie Wilkin and !Mrs Charles I ; ...
I Raw... family and other
sonMrs. Hilda Woodward and I The

No Appointment Necessary Beautiful11x14 i LIMITi 1 P.' P.r.on 2 Per Family daughter of Largo were Tues- No
overnight guests of her
Full Selection of Poses Additional sublets| $3.95 day
mother, Mrs C.R. Crews.
Group. $1.59 P r P.r.on "Bureaucracy '
No Age Limit ; While here they visited Mrs erale' the spirit
Crews' brother-in, Louie
ence, It spreads '
All Work Guaranteed
Crews of Starke, who is ill. "
Mrs. Crews' granddaughter, submission.
Darlene, remained for a visit "
with her.
Mrs. Sammy Eunice and Toro
mother-in-law, Mrs Harold My
Living color Portrait Eunice attended the flea aster

afternoon.market at Waldo Sunday t1 L ,

and Mrs. R.W. Bowman were
Saturday afternoon guests of f$ (
Mr. and Mrs. James Bowman
Wed & Thur Photo Hrs. and attended the Bicentennial "= l k1

( io CR. tary Program School at that Lawtey night.Elemen- Qt1)E.: CENTER

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vogler
10 1 & 2-5
and family of New Smyrna -
July 1 14 & 15 STORE ,: : St.
f. DOLLAR Beach spent Saturday with /
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. : s
Doc Mosley. \ r-/ : .
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
I Starke Fla. Durban are the proud parentsof "With the I

xtdlsi.ilI a son,.born July 3 in Ala lioo. ."

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I Moon Epperson.Group 2:30,:7 p p.m..m. ; Lottie "' ONE J 't.+%;4w WILKINSON s. ssSf1'..XffiyiSW! DRY FLAVOR ROASTED HOUSE I'r
I Wednesday Family

School Supper Workers 6:15: p.m.Mtg.; Sunday GA's Night :!:;';:, LIMIT 77. ig' J/Fr BONDED Sfe'jjSS 10$ MIXEDNUTS

RA's, Acteens, World Friendsand ONE ;} ASSORTED $$. &
Mission Friends, 6:45: i' r -.jijrtSr -'
p.m.; "Hour of Power" and FRAGRANCES BLADES ;: ; /hP
Quarterly Business Meeting
7:30: p.m.; Trustee Mtg., 8:15: ate*
p.m.; Adult Choir, 8:15: p.m. GLADE
Thursday Visitation,
a.m.; Visitation 7 p.m. LIMIT 77 ,l 't,"'rn1 7OZ. ,
Visitation.Saturday 8:30:- Bus a.m. Ministry R4 y SOLID ONE JAR
rt fy
Sunday Services Sunday SUPER LIMIT 2
School 10 a.m. Morning ... ..
: Worship and services for the REG. OSCILLATING

deaf 11; Training. Union :\ 49 22 IN.
6:30: ; Evening :
TAH"sfsr !i
Prayer Service and Bible : !;",. _
Study 7:30: p.m. Choir ::f:;.: {:;;:h;:.. POWER MOWER
Practice. :
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\ : :. .\+?"; INCHES I 10988
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Call Starke.It CHURCH Christian Florida St. 8% OZAlMff ONE \\Gf': ::! ':W_ 1895 I \ / -

Invites you to worship and :;;; :i;; i!:::{ { FROM TEXAS
: fellowship with us. 3M INSTRUMENT 2488 Sill REG $139 88
01. :::f .tN
.m.Sunday Morning; Bible Worship Study, 10:45 9:43a :: .; :v.v.1 i 5SE 0L' :.;r!:,:... ....!.' QUALITY CALCULATOR REG. 3V' H P. BRIGGS
a m.;; Youth Meeting, 6 p.m.; ,,*'I>;: Gia't :!:.; \ ;.i;:;: WITH I FULL FUNCTION MEMORY 29.99 &ENGINE STRATTON
Evening Worship 7 p.m. POTENCY RoN "'':':::::'i:.'.:::

Wednesday Bible. Study "+' HIGH TONIC 1'9 '.:,:':';..i:.:.:...:::".;'...;. GRASS .
and Prayers 8pm.ST. A"DVITAMIN/


Sunday- Holy Eucharist MODEL 0404 8 FliX-UNE
8:30: a m. Morning Prayer at .::
10. 01 & GRASS
'j1v WEED
Tuesday Women of the 5 ?
Church meet 7 p.m. Vestry : : A .\f;
Meeting. 730.: '' ,'
OWI :: REG. 12.99
t. :; .
Adventiat Church :.ii %' OR L IM IT ONE .'.J":::, I AROUND FENCES TREES ETC ELECTRIC '

SR-230A.Starke POWER

Phone 964-7853 ,, 99.9 AND FULL POP RANGE-UP TOAST.BAKING 8 8 REG.

Schedule: Prayer Meeting '.+' '!'.., ING WITH SUPER 5988
Tuesday 7:30: pm.. Class ,e .;:.,.:.: SPEED.
Witnessing. Friday.7:30: p.m., ns REG. 24 99 '
Sabbath School, Saturday PAMPE }
9-30-10:43: : a.m.; Sabbath

until Church.We noon.welcome Saturday everyone 11 a.m.to ov R CUSTOM++s fIT\ TAPES 1Q\:\ 24 IN. PORTABLE COOKS ONE TO' ". llI

come and worship God. Start 1 y"' WITH FIVE HOT F--
the Bicentennial Year the r' BAR-B-Q GRILL DOGSPRESTO '" _
good old fashioned Christian ltON"'i..i : '

way Pastor Robert Fuller .:.;,....::;.:.:i''..:;':['.''.;...... PERFECT SIZE FOR rCORDLESS ELECTRIC
.' "" ::' :"Y.:;:} BACKYARD OR
; ;
-'" i fIt +R is: : -
K .
Madison St. "i '.!::
Baptist Church roach
/ : .''C t Ifscalo

softball: double r.: Sergeants ; 888 SECONDS 1188 WALKS. POOLS. ETC
header game with D-COM COLLAR! : REG REG. $10 99
V' $EJIHlytvlclwu ; MODEL EGS-7
First Baptist. ( .,unw'M.. ..... 10..a.nn. .88 51399
.; Friday: Workday at church + REG
in the evening. ANT & .
Saturday: Workday Bam. 179
Youth and i KILLS UP TO 4 MONTHS!
: skiing swimming : -' FIFTY QUART
Leave church ROACH HOME & GARDEN
.:. 1pm. ,,\ ,,
Bring sack lunch. SHELL. NO
: Sunday:Sunday School 9:45: PEG FOAM ICE CHEST ,No-Pest CARRY-ALL
SPRAY 2 69
: a m. Morning Worship 11
: am ; Church Training 6:13: 99' 69ti. ,:,, Se e a '" .,;,i FINISH 15'4 LONG / I I1i
: pm.; Evening Worship 7:30p : '
: m. Nursery provided for all ti.. '' ,wM ,. -.6 KILLS FLIES. : I
services. M 9 9 6 6 4

:: grade Monday swimming! First party.and Second Meet J ( 2 1 REG INDOORS$1 98 S'm'' 14

: at church 10 a.m. Bring sack REG. :: : E
: lunch. Stork shower for (' 3 59 79 1
Connie Wimpy 7:30: pm. at v \ LADIES

: church. All ladies invited. MODEL 431 _.. _... .
: Tuesday: Ladies Bible REFLECT-O-LAMP DOLFINO .... 1 .. .1 '\
.: Study 10 a.m.Wednesday PRINT ALUM. .. ... -..
: practice 7:30: :pm.Youth; Mid-week Choir CLAMP. MASK & SNORKEL FOLDING 7' 7. 1

: prayer service 7:30: p.m.; T-SHIRTS LADIES
: Adult Choir practice 8:30: p m. LAMP I COMBO
.. COT
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REG. 4.98 L88
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Lew Chaff. J,. family SLING BACK REFLECTOR SHADE, 99
wishes to thank their" friends and
neighbors for the love and
I: kindness shown them in the loss 2 88 REG. 99 iGOLDENTIP 1 -. : 11 CCj """L.1 FOUR TIER
: of their loved one. $4.99 '
J) Bobbie. Faye, Andy. Shilynn TEA PLANTBAGS
$ Itchg 7/8 .... y TEA SAGS GUIDES. WITH STAND 6 r"

5 We wish to express our
1 sincere appreciation to all of NYLON I I BAGS. 799 STYLING '
J. you for the many acts of love MAKESDELICIOUS YOU'LL 12 '-37'lNCHESREG I'- .
.t! and kindness shown us during TEA HOT OR COLD
Z; the loss of our beloved husband SCARVES THINK YOU'I TALL ,
I; and father . i'I REG. 1 19 1588

: May God richly Was each of SEEING DOUBLE ,, '..........:....:...:.........:.............. ...;.,....
e. you.Mrs.( .) Ada Louden and the PRICES GOOD ONE FULL WEEK THURS., JULY 8 THRU WED., JULY 14 G.t*n '*MI of prtms.. whfiTWICI i r ;".v:i ::.;.:..,:.:,::{)J.: .f;
THI n ral.rNw.'>* .:: : ;t.:
A.G. "Pat" ;. ..
family of < ktort_"*..IM"lm-..'..'. "..., ..
Loudon. cJ 1J1fi'1" t cJflI: GJ.ClDJfIIiJH( PAINT .t,"YOAr. .TOOAV AND :'y: "'!y::!
Eaton Stationary THEtI'FICE ST..6 STARKE 'WIC' TNI i Wtwn nlatMd you film, lrt*nt u BrttM.your kwon '

SHOP. Ph. M4-S7U. 1 SOUTH WALNUTPEOPLE =-....:, .=7'u






TELEGRAPH July 8, J918 I

HAMPTON AREA Twelve BMS Students Earn Straight A's

NEWSby With the ending of the 1975- Elizabeth Yawn daughter of Sheffield Yvette Healan, Danell 1 Moore Suzanne Tamala Lou Starling, Damon Lawson, Donna ElizabethMcWilliams ; Marsh,

Delores 76 school year just past 12 of Mrs. Lila R. Yawn of Starke. Karen Chitty, Teresa Griffis Newport Lisa Ann Norman, Jefferson Whitaker Mayo, Luana
Phone 46&Meng 1,004 Bradford Middle School Ninety-three BMS students Connie Davis, Donna Lee Julie Marie Pendarvis, Karen Seventh Grade: Jonathan Melissa Norman,
1915 students made it through the earned places on the A-B Salatheia Jenkins Robin Gina Denise Thorpe Susan Gay Johnson Jerry Wadsworth, Mundorff, Cynthia Deborah

CHURCH NEWS visit with Mr. and Mrs. JohnX. final six weeks with straightA's. honor role. They are: Tatum Carlynn Maria Sapp Daryl Leo Thornton Kelly Slade. Joey Herres David Jana Sparks Whaley Janet

The Starke Church of God Allen who have been their Sixth Grade: Tammy Stevens, Cynthia Ann Heaton Edward Arthur Winkler, June Griffis, Janice Thorpe, Melissa Winkler .
members held a Social at the friends for many years. For one sixth-grader Diane Barnes, Andy Thomas Carrie Elizabeth Ann Sapp Randy Michael E. Southerland Browning, John Powell, Debra Williams Griffis.
home of Mr. and Mrs. Royce Mr. and Mrs. Pat Murner Buier the chances of a Fischer, James Craft Peggy Parado Sherry Louise Davis Tamara Ilene Denton, Teresa Kenny Clark, Charlene Beam, Grade Timothy ,
perfect yearly record Leziak Donald Andrew Gissy Agnia Ann Harley,Lori Ann Lawson Cliffinnia Hilliard, Shelia Eighth : .
Joyner June 26. A big turnout and family enjoyed a cookoutat were Cindy Underwood John Miller, Douglas
was on hand to enjoy the good the Royce Joyner home on spoiled by a mid-year B in Tyfanny Griffis, Nancy Lee Higgmbotham Camilla Mary Catherine Martin Teri Wynn Kathy Griffin Michael Gissy, Holmes,
Watson Regina
food and of the day. July 4Gene. physical education. Wallace, Thomas Powell Fay Livingston Robin May, Lynn Massey, Cathy Elaine Holmes Stephen Marks Faulkner Rhea
games ,
Softball Joyner has returned With one less than last six- Rhonda Stern, Alesia Randall F Merritt, Monte Norman Tina Renee Ratliff, Carolyn Perry Annette Christie
The consistingof Baker. Diana
game Cheryl
weeks, straight-A students for Austin Margaret Bass, Vonda Corbett
men and women when those home from his recent trip to Davis, Catherine Grider,
under the age of 30 challengedthose Washington D.C. He reports the grading period ending District 3 Seat Brown, Deborah Green, Janice Jockel, Joel George
especially enjoying the tour of June 11 are: Brvan Seeks Teena Griffis Peggy Harden,
over 30 was one of the : the Sandra Harper, Kimberly Lisa Reddish, Joseph Riggs.
Capital Buildings
main attractions. The money
raised through sale of Smithsonian Institute, the Sixth Grade Ralph Bryan has announcedthat "We .. -4 i
are presently negotiating have had times when it was
Tina Best daughter of Mr.
refreshments will toward Government Mint and the he will seek a third termas for the
go i purchase of land fill difficult to hold down
renovation of the Church Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. and Mrs. Verl R. Best of District 3 Commissioner very tax .
Youth Department rooms. Cindy and Diane Rhoden Starke. Diane Bizier priorities millage but by establishing B & M Starter & Generator

The Church of God wishes to who accompanied Hayward daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan began his first term and even cutting penny-pinching needed items, I
Clermont Bizier of Starke.
that from Rowe and daughters to in and
8 1969
announce on July was re-elected from our budget I believe
Blackville S.C. have returned Vickie Carver daughter of I
10-11 p.m. on Channel 17 their without opposition in 1972. He did "
a good
pretty job
National Headquarters will be home after visiting relatives Mr.and Mrs. Jay T. Carver of served as Chairman from said Bryan
Service there. Starke. Lorrie Chambers, 1973-74 lie is also HaMvd
televising a Prayer serving his "The County Is currently inexcellent '
of Mr. and
daughter Mrs. Bill
from the White House at second year as a Director of financial
Diane Bruno is recoveringfrom condition
,D.C.This service Chambers of Starke Dennis the State Association of .
and we are now able to
sustained when /
injuries of pur-
Chesser son Mrs CharleneD. T/
entitled Forward In Faith will Commissioners
County after
chase much needed
she struck while equip-
was Chesser of Starke
be under the direction of Rev. being elected to this positionby ment and materials Ta
emerging from her car 'k j v d to
Carl Richardson. fellow Commissioners in
recently in the Gainesville Seventh Grade improve our roads and drainage -
Reverend Preston Perry twenty-two county area of "
Center he said.
Shopping Karen Annette Holtz
.1 recently returned from a North Florida.
We sincerely hope that the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. In making his bid for ano-
three week trip by car from Bryan said that the County ther term, Bryan feels that his
poor citizens who recently Donald E. Holtz of Starke.
the National Convention of the had made much
progress in attribute is 238 E.
vandalized the strongest probably Washington
Hampton Sherra Mott, daughter of Mr.
Sunday B.T.U. Training School the past eight years, especially that he has been interestedand
Elementary now and Mrs. Kenneth K. Mott of
held in San in the of
Congress fire
pro- active in "all
regret their act and make Starke. Debbie Parmenter, areas of
Francisco Calif. Rev. Perry tection, mental health library Commission "
reparation daughter of Mr and Mrs. responsibility.
who preaches at Lake Butler services (including a new
"I have evaded
Vernon F. Parmenter of never an
was accompanied on this trip building and bookmobile), and Ralph Bryan issue, straddled a fence or Street Starke
by Rev C. Nelson from Happy First Anniversary to Hampton emergency medical services.. based decision
District: a on politicsbut -
Micanopy, Rev Leroy Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bruno "Garbage disposal has beena
Commission on what I thought was best
Tillman and Deacon Lorenzo who are celebrating on July 6 Eighth Grade major problem and progresshas County "
for the
Catherine Holtz, entire County Bryan
Wells from Gainesville. This Mary Lou Cnbbs celebratedher Mary been slow, due to the diffi- property and locations for said.
group brought back ideas on birthday on July 4 with daughter of Mr and Mrs culty in finding an acceptableland compactors, so I believe we is
Donald E Holtz of Starke. Bryan .44. a native of
relatives and friends. 964-6090
how to better their churchesand Pamela Ann fill site and locations for are very close to relieving this Bradford County and is
Delores Brown celebratedher Underhill "
Sunday schools which the compactor boxes Bryan problem he continued.
of married to the former Harriet
they found to be successful 19th birthday on July. 6. daughter Underhill of Starke Mrs R.A.Lila said "In the past eight years we Powell.
important and beautiful.
While enroute they enjoyedthe IIA\IPTOl'LAKE: :; NEWS
lovely sights of the Mr. and Mrs. Paul Friese
mountains and deserts. and family have returned
home alter two weeks

4-11 NEWS vacation at Silver Lake.

Among those attending the Randy Scoggins plans to
4-H Camp last week at Cherry celebrate his 21st birthday on FOOD j i
Lake were Tammy Baldree July 21 when Mr. and Mrs.
Bryan Clark Gene Joyner Mike Sistrunk and daughter

Mary Anne Miller, Darla and Tracy, will be visiting from
Debbie Roberts, David Stone Indianola Miss.
and Randy Young. Bevery Meng left via
Congratulations to Gene Eastern Airlines on July 1 fora FAIR

Joyner who was chosen the visit with relatives: in
Outstanding Boy Camper and Columbus Toledo and Huron

to David Stone who was Ohio. '
selected to attend the Ocala Mr and I\1rs.Malcolm Dunn
Conservation Camp in the and daughters enjoyed the SUPERMARKETS 41 C'I: OFF 3O < OFF

National Forest! While there Holiday weekend with a

David plans to fish in the camping. trip at their Lake Pantry Pride 5 LB BAG I FROZEN I
Oklawaho River and learn property.Mr. J ; ORANGE
proper method of handling and Mrs George I I

guns. Simpson and Beverly Meng CLIP THESE 78cI I PANTRY 9cVALUABLE J

COMMUNITY: NOTICES their returned four day on Tuesday stay in Miami.after ; SUGAR I I PRIDE JUICE CAN %

are urged to register for Christmas Flower Arranging UITMto,JULY 14. 1976. LIMIT-1 Of EACH CENTS A THJU I WED JULY 14 I IT,. LIMIT OP EACH CENTS OFF COUPON WITH A $7 SO OR
voting at the City Hall eitheron Preview at the & SAVE ; mmim ; __ _
Monday, July 12, from 9 Merchandising Mart. They
a m. until noon and 7-9 p.m.. also enjoyed eating at the
Shed.. July 14, from Sam. Victoria Railway Station
until noon; Monday July 19 which is a unique restaurant. in
from 9 a m. until noon and 7-9 They spent some time with

and on Wed., July 21, Tim McLaughlin and were
from. 9 a.m. until noon. We are very impressed with the
fortunate that Mrs. Lee Kapok Tree Inn. Incidentally.while Ou.. Ufl ctrl i i COMPARE Ou......... ...
Mary COMPARE ...:,KAY""'0 MOTT J .0....eu' TWPM ;!
Allen our city clerk wIll be on complementing Dolly on fl / SqAVE
hand to register those who her lovely window at Nancy's ..,N.. lU ryDayLOwPrkePUNCH L D C IH WIN Cast MotOIl IIINI1( rIt 4
have reached the age of 18 and Flowers decorated on the Potato Chips 58 a. p t Niblets Corn 0/M/ "

who present proof of age. Bicentennial theme, she gave M ill CUTIIMI. MCII" I.lll ""
The Hampton Area all the credit to Joyce Meng Hot Chili 41/ 1 3. A Peanut Butter M39icit'Ni ao'
Volunteer Fire Department is and her sister.Sallye Scoggms Dog nu I
scheduled to meet on Monday for this very patriotic dIsplay. pANtiTriM tin Nit INS OUNGI. / Pink Detergent 3MEveryDayLowPrice/ 1 ,,.
July 12. at 8 p m in the fire The residents on Hampton Breakfast Drink 5,39, 20 '-'A LAUNDRY

house. This is a necessary Lake are also to be OHIUHl lu CINTomato
organization which needs and complemented for the 6/M/ 31
Sauce @
deserves everyone's support patriotism they showed with Every Day LowPrice DETERGENT2Il jpMOTT'S
The their American flags and IWIIrNH IIIMacaroni
Hampton City Council 4$1,1siic
i Dinner /
will hold its monthly meeting Bicentennial home
Tuesday July 13, at 8 p m in decorations! NIDI UK' c''N HART 84oz
the City Hall. Miss Lynda Clayton was & Cut Beets 5M4M/ n

given a lovely bridal showeron BOX APPLESAUCE
'Ml Ca.Mil Mil NJUIMI" 1111 CUtlll : SWEET
July 6 by Sandy Wilson and
PKRSONL8 l Mixed Vegetables-11"' / 1 II'
Mr. and Mrs James Smith Cindy Griffis at the Graham
have left for their home in home of her aunt and uncle pMin HIM i 1I < at' PEAS
Goleta. Calif following theirSenior Mr. and Mrs. James Griffis. Dip N' Chips 58 COMPARE eefl a wro'

aWMIHf' ,tf.I STMftf. .hal CAM
Oven Cleaner 59C 10' Cut Green Beans J/< l M.

On our month-long trip visible strength will be CAN JAR
nil H>.1\I HUM
through California. Oregon at the polls. Senior citizenscan \unnwi etaa
$ BY 99'rr' .0'
10 STOKLEYLI Fresh Kosher Dills
and Utah we found the people voice their determinationby Sweet N' Low Sugar

bubbling with enthusiasm for choices this November that

Our Country's Bicentennial reflect not only who, but whatwe ;
Celebration. support.
We visited quite a number of This conference will KMAFT Y S SLICED COIOIN CROWN
Senior CitIzen''' BAKB.QUESAUCE e Pantry Prid

Centers wherewe examine the of ending PICKLEDBEETS *
exchanged greetings the crippling costs of housing /
experiences and compared energy food and health care TUNA TOMATOES Tea Bags (

programs. Blood pressure by helping 'elect good
check-ups were free and we candidates to the Presidencyand wry* 49 = 4/I COUNT too
ate well balanced hot meals
at the U.S.
_ OX
_ _
these centers for whatever
We will discuss the recordsof
price the individual could Florida's congressmen and

afford to pay. help elect good men to the
My wife and I thoroughly state Supreme Court and

enjoyed our vacation andcame check up on the background of ... ... ..
OU. ..
'ou. .
COMPARE ., .u. 'OU.
home refreshed and candidates seeking the officeof .0. Kr' ; u.'0 Bargains in Frozen I Health & Beauty Aids COMPARE ,0.:;. cWN u.'0
ready for the work ahead treasurer of the Public

within the Senior Citizen Service Commission. PMTIT MM ..u CAM COMPARE ......,.".'u'.... ..COMPARE- ONA......,..NI'...... TUN WT/.... Mt''IIS'IIII'' IU'
79 '0'
movement.A .
We seniors can organize a Fruit I Drinks 2/89/ I Grape Jelly I
meeting of the 'is. snitHim U.lOlI. iHiMi Ju !n.
solid voting block and develop (muni II tai cm '' er 3.
99c 8 8 OKI lltll OIIIY'
Homemaker's Advisory enough political clout which 3/M/ Deviled Crab j Prell Liquid
Committee will be held July 15 Stewed Tomatoes Grape Jam 79C '0'
can swing an election at thelocal V4Hlf MM""ll IKUII jMCMITSnn .
at 10 a.m. Committee state and federal levels. Strawberry Shortcake M" 40 j Cotton Swabs 88 3.
members are Peggy Barnett
Our next meeting is
i ""'"
administrator; Joyce Riherd Tuesday. July 13 at 1 pm. at LambrechtNPizzaluINIIN lie 66"
Rev. Perry, Hampton; the Pratt Street Center. EveryDayLowPriceSWIFT 1Ap t J I Disposable.. Lighter u EveryDayLowPricePANTRY 34;
Arnette Allen. Lake Buler; Sign at the Red Cross Blood minim Ku iniin a.
Joe Kerrigan, chairman. Bank: "Sorry to needle you. Steak Cut Potatoes 3/M/ II' j Gulf Oil 10 W 30 49C .0

County Commissioner Hazel but Irs the only way there is," PREMIUM tun PRIDEPEAS

will Paulk review has been activities Invited.up We to Joe Kerrigan VIENNASAUSAGE Banquet"r u i Fried Chicken *219 I I jPepsodent Toothpaste2/M/ 1 u

date and plan for the next -
three months.

We will have a speaker on My Neighbors
legal aid for the elderly from WMOtt IIIRNEL
Tallahassee who will speak on LEMONADE HANDLOTION
wills and probate. The date
will be set for sometime in or LIMEADE

August.All WNNINaleoM 1 3/I 16ozCANS 4lSAVE
former consumers of CAN 6/l
Clay Electric Cooperative -
Inc should go to the office and

make claims for dividendsand [J J"W.
deposits if they are no .
longer receiving electric -- -- ---- --

waiting service. for The you money up until is there the I II I ( FUNNY FACE 1(iMR. PIBB::1 TOASTER f ANTRY PRIDE z BLACK PANTRY nilDE

year 1958. \ I CAN DRINK I I COKE, TAB i
"Get Involved" is the I I PASTRIESASSORTED
keynote of the 1978 Legislative fIAVOR4TMW
Conference for the Aged U2 .l1ftOT.fQUIVALlNT) .
which will be held at the CASH WfTft,_COUPON AT PANSY.MIIOO I I ... :::..CNINONnoA. .. AN..I r -Mft"':JVL aN*t*0 art 1 I I ,
Princess Martha Hotel St. O *$TO*" WID.JULY 7.THHU CASH I"w <
Petersburg this August 2022. ." track to the old nte- \\S Sue,jute 14k!.>.. J I ,IrwaN NNHKTI: "''.e..e.J: I
aarrra.e.rrrr- '-= ___--
In this Aa
key election year, the race



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July 8.1.11 TELEGRAPH PagiPN'D I I7New

Laws Tighten Superintendent Luw'tegP rllJri

Up Zoning Code 7 r yam I uperlntendant Is TransferredWilson C. Lawtey Bell, 1

Correctional Institution has
been appointed ai'
Seven new ordinances, designating the Bradford was to be used for when a new ordinances this will be superintendent of Lantana a
making Bradford County's County Zoning Board as the change of zoning was sought impossible," Gaines said. "If Correctional Institution'
zoning classifications more county's zoning and planning by a property owner. he wants to switch types of .. V :. .'., according to David D.y
specific, were unanimously agency. "For instance, under the old business, he must come back Bachman, assistant secretary..?
adopted by the Board of Zoning Director L.M. ordinances, the classificationBA and apply for rezoning again. This accident al the Intersection of SR-100 and SR-18 six miles call of Starke resulted In no of operations for the Florida''I" 1
County Commissioners at a Gaines said the new (business automotive) "The broad classifications serious injuries to occupants of either vehicle he collision occurred: when one vehicle turned left Department of Offender/
public hearing in the ordinances would have the would permit a number of previously had caused a lot onto Slt-l8.and was struck in the side by the second car. Rehabilitation: n
courthouse Wednesday night effect of making zoning other unrelated occupations," of confusion and After earning his Master fArts
June 30.Also classification more definitiveso Gaines said. misunderstanding," Gaines degree in education and A
approved at that time the public would know "It was possible for a said. "Much of this will be political science at the
was an ordinance officially exactly what a certain site property owner to obtain the eliminated under the new Local Area Passes Fourth University of Florida.,in 1968,
BA classification, open an' ordinances." Bell was a teacher at Florida
_mt/> \;.:!!..."" ...>,."..<..,..,..__.___ m .................... auto repair shop, and then if Gaines said there was no State Prison until 1971.
'- -"' "'"" : IJi! r
that business failed, he could opposition to the new Serving as Education
SOCIAL SECURITY start another completely ordinances from any With Zero Traffic InjuriesFive supervisor at the Florida and h
unrelated business. Under the commissioner. Union Correctional
Institutions until 1973, he was
BENEFITSTo Bradford auto accidents marred $2,500 in damages and the of Jacksonville, was not appointed as assistant
County highways other auto received $2,000 in injured, according to the superintendant at the Florida
Park Of The PalmsHas last Friday and Saturday of
assist in damages. Richards was Highway Patrol report. Correctional Institution in the
death the Fourth
meeting there of July weekend,
expenses iso with Last Bell
making an Two mishaps took place on year. April was
lump sum benefit, in practically all but left no injuries, according .
cases where improper turn.A US-301 outside of Starke appointed as superintendant
to the
the deceased was covered by Soc ol Security. For Sale Patrol Florida Highway less serious accident Saturday, with the most of the Lawtey institution.
th.. amount S255 00 can be paid to the quali A two-car collision occured Friday afternoon just serious occuring just north of Bell's duties as
lied involving outside Starke at the the intersection with superintendant of the Lantana
survivino SR-18
lo tho spouse there is no spouse then 1972 Concord Mobile Thomas G. Richards, 50, of intersection of SR-100 and S- south of town.According institution will include'
person who OSSL nes responsibility for the Keystone Heights, and looA.A car driven by Clyde L. administration of the DOR'Sonly
funpral= expensesArcher Freddie Smith, 44, of Daytona Ashton, 43, of Keystone to Trooper S.R. institution dedicated to
Home 12x62 Br, 2 Bath Beach was the most serious Heights, collided with a truck Arnold,Hank W. Preacher, 19, drug rehabilitation of
mishap causing a total of driven by Shirly A. Starling, of Augusta, Ga., fell asleep at Inmates.
$4,500 in
damages to the two 17, of Macclenny, when the the wheel of his auto and it
Funeral HomeDOYLE Almost New-Very Clean cars.The collision truck attempted to turn left collided with the rear of a van CORRECTION I
onto S-100A. driven by Arnold S. Yeomans,
M. ARCHER. L.F.D >f the auto driven by Richards In a third accident Friday,a '38, of Starke. Neither drivers It was erroneously reportedin
attempted a left turn off SR. the July 1 Telegraph that a
late tractor-trailor rig jackknifedwhile .
Butler were injured.In
Florida 100 onto SR-18 truck driven by Julie
six miles east of Harper
$4500Phone trying to avoid
a yearend the second Saturday
Starke. The Johns, 21. of Olustee, struck a
Highway Patrol
496-2008 4962056Volunteer that Richards' auto collision with an unknownauto accident Fuller R.Quincy,54, vehicle driven by Craig Allen
two miles north of Starkeon
collided ran into a tractor-trailer
with the McCammon, 25, of Brooker.It .
Ambulance right side by
Funerals US-301.
Monuments parked at the side of US-301
should been
473-4926 Smith's 1968 Cadillac. The driver of the tractor- just north of its intersectionwith the McCammon have reportedthat vehicle
The Cadillac sustained trailer. John C Williams, 41, SR-225.
struck the Johns car. The
I Telegraph regrets the error.
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Col. Dunn
,y fs 0 'fitk r zr

Urges Return

To Basic

Principles I

,;.,tens f nit

"We are beat only If we

r,f fr want to be," Col. J. Howard
s + r2v.iE11L 1 S Dunn, retired Marine fighter
ly + i pilot, of Keystone Heights,
told members of the Starke
Rotary Club last week.

Col. Dunn, who spent 36
e months In solitary

confinement as a prisoner of

war camp in' Hanoi, was
referring to the Communist

boast made to him repeatedly
at that time that "we'll be In
: i iT Siagon within five years, and
some day In New York City "
a S Sr He said the three things that
sustained him during his

P.\TRIOTIS\lln: a beautirul natural setting made an Inspiring three-year ordeal were faith "
scene at Union County's Bicentennial Celebration last Saturday Marjorie Driggers, local During the platform In God, concern for his family,
on the shores of Lake Butler Waving In the breeze are lour nags historian, the two people most program, Walton Markey, 92, and the support of friends.
responsible for success of the was honored as the oldest
symbolic of the occasion: (from left) the American flag, Bicen-
tennial nag, Florida State flag, and the Christian nag, four-day observance, were male citizen of the county, and ekr w'' .rr 34, 'a' rd1w The Communist method of
elated at the large attendance his wife, 87, was recognized as trying to get what they wanted
and patriotic spirit evidenced the oldest woman. Mrs. out of prisoners of war were

Hat throughout the celebration."It Minnie Forsyth, 84, was Master of ceremonies lIal y, Maines (Cleft) lauded! Mrs, Marjorie described by Col. Dunn as
Union COllllty DOffS runner-up In age and was Driggers Union County historian, and WJ. ((8111)) Cowt'n, underfeedingwlU1 poor quality
makes" all the effort presented a flag, along with Union County Bicentennial chairman, for their untiring efforts food, and repeated mental and
worthwhile, said Mrs. the Markeys. TwomontholdInfant In staging the celebration. physical harassment lie said
Driggers, In citing others who Richie McCallum was the main thing the
To Natioll's Founders had helped compile UnionCounty's Introduced as the "youngest Communists wanted was

historical picture citizen" attending the propaganda they could use in
book, and assisted with other festivities. Also recognized favor of Communism and

LAKE BUTLER Hundreds patriotic program followed Thursday and Friday nights projects. were all native Union against the free world. This

01 celebrating citizens filed by a spread-your-own basket and closed with a final High In spectator interest Countlans, and naturalized would Include attempts to

through Union County's lunch.It crusade at 2 p.m. Sunday In were the display of old farm citizens, force prisoners to say how
' impressive display of old and was the climax of Union the high school auditorium.W.J. and household Implements, well they were being treated
new artifacts at Lakeside County's Bicentennial sponsored by the Union The City Council of Raiford by the Communists! and how

Park last Saturday afternoon observance which started (Bill) Cowen, Union's County Farm Bureau, and the presented Jan Norman, who" bad things were In America.
and remained to enjoy a with religious services Bicentennial chairman, and handmade quilts and other read the "Amerlcan Creed,
and Peggy Cason who sang The speaker urged
handwork shown by the "God Bless America." Americans not to despair or
Worthington Springs Civic panic because of some
Club and others. The Providence adverse conditions in our

1JIWflI I community, oldest settlement country today, but return to
Mrs. Driggers said profits in the county, presented "The ,It old.fashioned nag-waving
from the sale of the picture Evolution of The Flag," patriotism and become
book would go to help narrated by Mrs. Marie Involved in government
establish a county library In Woodley, with school students { affairs. lie deplored the fact

Time forA Challge the present Woman's Club, a participa tlng. that only 32 per cent of the

two-story frame building Little League award electorate turned out to vole in
which was Union County'sfirst were a.
also presented during the a recent national election."That's .
courthouse, constructed
a good! way to lose our
After watching the inspiring Bicen- countries, and claimed 1,680,000 members in 1922. program. liberty," he said. and

tennial extravaganza on television for Bedecked In Bicentennial finery, Mrs.Jewel Coleman 01 Lake suggested! a return to the bu- ;

some seven or eight hours Sunday, it is Butlt'r, winds hand crank on large music box that plays from principles or morality \and
perforated tin records. The fine box was! II wedding girt to the loyalty that have brought the
hard to reconcile the show of -.From 1935
patriotism to 1957
they spread to 75 late Dr and Mrs St'l'ber King In 1903. and was! willed 10lrs.: U.S. so far in the past 200)
and loyalty to our country that was countries and increased their member- Count Agents By Coleman. alone with the Kine house and all its contents. years.

depicted there with some boasts and ship to 33 million.A 1--

predictions that have been made by Notebook Bobby ,. June

Communists in recent years, Taylor ,1. Building
short three years later, in 1960,
the Communists claimed 36 million :( + i ol$ tattu
One of these statements was cited in a Pc..uits Total)

speech at a Starke chic club last week members in 87 countries. Several Insects and related 1 ni mrt orernr
where damage has occurred
by Co\\, Howard Dunn, of Keystone --Today they boast more than 50 pests are common In lawns In In previous years and 8445,91 1 B
who 36 months in our area this time of year. control Is desired
Heights, spent solitary million members in organized disciplined preventive ,
confinement as a prisoner of war in Chinch bugs, spittlebugs apply a recommended spray Bradford County'
units, based in more than 90 countries !tL.
during June or a bait during $
Hanoi during the Vietnam war CoI around the world. and bermudagrass mites suck construction permits continue
the latter part of June. In
Dunn said his Communist captors re- plant juices. Some such as at a pace of around half a
university experiments, best
mole crickets, white grubs million dollars
peatedly boasted that they would be in These are not mere accusations of and billbugs live in the soil results have been obtained Zoning Director! L :M.monthly.Games!

Saigon within five years, and "some day anticommunist writers. They are state- and damage the plant roots. with low percentage of active reported at the County Zoning

well be in New York" ments of Communist leaders them- Others, Including sob Ingredient. It Is very Board's monthly meeting last! 1
selves. Their record of achieve- webworms and armyworms, important to apply baits Y week
To those who would dismiss such past eat the grass leaves. To these evenly over soil surfaces At
ments is such that their claim that
they this time of the
be added other year nymphs Gaines reported total of
statements as idle talk, and do not think groups can a
will conquer the world should be Insects and related pests, such are small, more easily s.H5.918 in budding pt'rmlls
the Communists threat this
are a to regarded with the utmost seriousness in as fleas, earwigs millipedes, controlled and have not yet issued with the following

nation, we can only cite statements spite of all the high-Down talk about chiggers, sow bugs and snails seriously damaged the turf breakdown; 29 moblll homes
taken from their own publications. "detente" that do not damage the lawn Pesticides may also be $120,404; eight conventional

According to these figures: but may become nuisances applied as damage appears homes, S2t2.5IM); 25 additions
For because of their biting people during July, August, and etc., $39.1H. four docks and
nearly sixty the world balance
.-The Reds claim that they began in years or crawling Into houses, Septembt'r. Irrigate before Neal and Margie Varnps of Lake Butler flank their valuable pools, 524.800: two
1903 with about 25 followers of Lenin. of power has been shifting slowly garages swimming pools, etc. application and alter applying bottle collection, a hobby they have pursued for five yt'ars. convenience stores and gas!
Do not after
but steadily in favor of the Communist sprays. Irrigate Among their most valuable items Is the "rrt'e-blown onion pumps $46.600. one

-.In 1917, the Communists conquered empire It seems to us that the 200th Insects are only one of the applying baits. bottle"pictured at upper right, which dates back 10 the IHth century commercial egg cooler

Russia with about 40,000 members.By birthday of our nation would be a good off-color many causes areas of thinning In grass out or Mole cricket baits with 52,500.

time to start on developing a foreign various amounts of active
Diseases, nematodes, dry
-- 19'28, they had organized filth- policy designed to turn the tide in favor weather and nutritional Dursban Ingredients of Baygon, SJ ,
Malathion, or Flag Offer II rs Clay Registration
columns (which they call "parties") in 46 of the free world. disorders are frequently Toxaphene are available to
responsible for such Injury. It
homeowners. Be sure to follow
Is Important to be sure of the directions on the label when Do you live In Clay County The contest is being of Democratic the Clay County

Till rTe ir' IJurburians cause so the proper treatment applying pesticides on a street bearing the name sponsored by the Clay County Committee Executive
1 can be used promptly to of a U.S. President, or In a Democratic Executive 'mphasizt'd
correct the trouble without the the contest Is open to
house with
either the number Committee in an effort to
members of all it'!. ThoM
needless waste of pesticides part !
erroneously 1776 or 1976'H encourage voter registration
"These are the times that try men's young people onto the shoals of personal and without further damage to reported Telegraph In Its June 24 Issue so, and you are II of all parties before the \\hoquaWy the Lake for flags: may 4732210. call
Region Monitor
souls: The summer soldier and the sun- and public anarchy where no rules or the grass. that Lonnie Cooper performed registered voter of Clay Saturday,July 24, deadline for in Keystone heights the-

shine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink laws are acknowledged other than their Mole crickets live In the soil a lewd and lascivious act upon County (of any party those wishing to vote In the Bradford County Telegraph; ,

from the service of his country; but he own whims' and passions. "The do-your- and adults feed are on about grass 1 roots.loa Inches The an was 1t seven-year-old years child old.The child receive affiliation a>, you free are, large eligible size to September flags are being primaries.donated by The the 9tH-63(); in Starke; or thC dY

that stands by it now, deserves the love own-thing philosophy has spread long and light brown in color The Telegraph regrets the American flag, if you are the new K-Mart in Orange Park. Green County Cove Crescent 284.3166.The
and thanks of and the but if first to call In. Mrs. Helen Ingle, Springs.
and secretary
man woman Tyranny, throughout country-- a person The front legs are short error contest deadline is July 17. ...
like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we actually lives according to the belief that stout and well adapted for ....
_. _._ .
have this consolation with us. that the there are no restrictions on his conduct tunneling through the soil. -- 1 f.. \. H A N ,

harder the conflict, the more glorious other than what he chooses for himself, The eggs are laid In the \1

the triumph that person is actually a barbarian," Dr. spring several Inches below
Howard declares. "The nightmare the sOil surface. The nymphs
Thus did Thomas Paine help rally the hatch In approximately two
stories of the SLA and the Manson -
colonists the weeks, and look like the adults
to cause of libE'rty. Six
make it clear that there are in except they are smaller and
months after these immortal words America today 2-1-karat barbarians lack fully developed wings

appeared in Paine's pamphlet "Common who have carried this depraved philosophy The nymphs develop
Sense," delegates from throughout the throughout the summer and
all the way to its ultimate degree of
fall. The
colonies assembled in Philadt'lphia's following spring, 7s
evil. they mature and to
State House and signed the Declaration
lay eggs. There is only one
of Independence. Each pledged his life, One of the speakers on Sunday's generation per year.

his fortune, and his sacred honor for memorable Bicentennial television program
Adult mole crickets
these ideals, said that if Thomas Jefferson or attracted are
readily to lights,
other leaders of our revolution could especially In the spring during
They did not make this solemn pledge come back now to the nation they their mating nights. Most 01

with the thought that 200 years later the created they would be shocked and dismayed their life, however, is spent In

nation they created would be threatened by the present state of moral lax- the soil. During periods 01
drought or cold weather, they 1
by a slow-moving of character
ness. They wd not hesitate to stand up
burrow deeper until favorable
that shows signs of developing into a for the principles in which they believed, temperatures and moisture

deadly avalanche-- such is the case even in the face of death, and the only are reached. 4 ,x,

This warning of the moral decay that way to clean up the moral decay that has Mole crickets are most tr

threatens our nation from within was permeated our society today will be for active at night especially after
courageous and righteous men to standup a rain or irrigation and when
forcefully put by Dr, John A Howard, .
for what believe We the temperature Is above 70 ,
president of Rockford College, in they cannot
a degrees F. When conditions E gyn. /
afford the of :
luxury concerning ourselves
recent commencement address. such as these exist, they will
only with our own personal come to the surface and make

Obscene language, drugs, sexual affairs Otherwise, we will surrender burrows In the upper Inch or

"liberation" and defiance of the military our birthright and our heritage to the two of soil. Damage II FFA Members Bring Home Trophies

draft are cited by him as factors leading "new barbarians" primarily through feeding on .
the roots, but their burrowing
loosens the sOIl causing the Trophy winners and The Silent World of Plants" pictured) entered exhibit In entered layering. project in air
--- area of marketin .
from Bradford
to dry out and runners-up
(Junior and Senior) FFA Dennis Bennett, second Bradford Chapter placed
QRID sometimes become
completely uprooted. The Chapters are pictured after lace In landscape design: Second row (left to right): third In Its district in the best!

p meandering burrows of mole attending the annual State Planting by Design." Mike Andrews, Ken chapter contest, and also yon
an award
mitijfitp4BOB crickets are about ll" In Convention at the Sheraton Timmy Gaskins and David Thompson, Handy Crawford, judging, In state poultry
r diameter and easily seen In Towners In Orlando, June 14- Harley (not pictured), state and Ricky Norman, placed tenth highest Sonya Individual Tenly was
O oy short mown grass or newly 18. winners In area 01 marketing. fourth In state quartette state poultry judgmg.

1'i planted areas. First row (left to right): Project : "Marketing competition. The following ten members
04 T/Ot4 G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Since mole crickets have Conta iners." Dale Tenly, 9th grader received the State Farmer

Publishers only one generation per year Sonya TenJy, state first Tressle Baldree and Kim entered horticulture exhibit Degree: David Baldree.
and most nymphs hatch piece winner in landscape Tenly, second place winners on air layering. Jimmy Duncan
P..bloshed: each Thursday and entered 85 second Class Matter et the Post Office at Starke Fla Wayne
under Acto'' March 3. 1819.Subscription. during May, It is possible to design. Project: "The Living In Use of. Horticultural Tommy Miller state winner Duncan Jerry Dampier

rate in trade area: S6 pe yea: n SOs, month. prevent most damage which CarpeL"John Products. Project: Root In agriculture sales and Charles Ferguson, Len Moore.
Outside trade area: .7 per yea: $4.00.. month. occurs later In the year by Tatum, second place In Your Way to Good Health." services, received trophy and Rodney Griffis, Tommy
Phone 964 6305 Starke Fla. proper timing of Insecticide division of artistic: Billy Gnann partner with $100 cash award Miller, Bruce Tiimm and
applications. In turf areas arrangement: "Terrariums,' James Livingston (not Cindy DeWitt (not Pictured) Handy JoynerPage

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1AIS; Couple Arrested Dell Chapter lee O.E.S. COMMUNITY NEWS and Saturday night at 7:30.:

For Dell Chapter 168 OE.S will The choir will sponsor a picnic,

:............................ Carrying, hold its regular meeting h ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER on Saturday, and on Sunday
: NOTICE : FLORIDA PUBLIC Concealed Thursday night, July 8, at 8 Elder D. Williams, pastor meeting at 7:30.: Sunday July 11, will participate in a
: : SERVICE COMMISSION Weapons pm in the Masonic Hall 'onBrownlee ML Zion A.M.E. Church, Starting July 12 Rev. Willie services will begin with Federation Chair Program at

: George H. Pierce has made *, Street All membersare Rev, Richard Bethel, pastor, Hampton of New York and Sunday School at 10 a.m. Ml Zion Cheryl Cummings,
l Application to the Bradford *, NOTICE OF HEARING Blanche S. Jenkins 40,and asked to please be Lawtey. Service activities: formally 'of Starke and Morning Worship at 11 a.m. reporter,
: County Zoning Board for reclas- '. Lee Jenkins 47, have been present. Business of vital 1 Sunday services will begin Daytona Beach will render a Evening Worship at 6 p.m.
: rfication of the property described '. NOTICE is given that an released from the; Bradford importance. with Sunday School at 10 a.m. two weeks Consecration Mr. and Mrs. Linwood

: below from EA (Exclusive t EXAMINER will hold public County jail on a $1,000 recognizance Saturday at 5 p.m. an Lovefeast Service at 11 a.m. Service. The public is invitedto Crawford of Lawtey Evangelist Willie Hamptonof
: Agriculture) to OR (Open Rural) : hearing on the following bond after being initiation will be held in the Communion will be given in attend and feast of the celebrated their fifth New York City will run two
: 74.6 Acres In NW% of NW'A of t matters at the times and places arrested Tuesday evening for Masonic Hall on Brownlee the 4 p.m service. Gospel singing and hear the anniversary Sunday at their weeks of consecration
: Section 6 Township 6 South t Indicated carrying concealed weapons. Street. All members are askedto Word of God. home with their daughter. services at Bethlehem
: Range 22 East, 3 miles t The weapons described: as please be present. The helpof NOTICE! The True Church of God In Mrs. Catherine McClinton anda Freewill Baptist Church

: Northwest of Starke on left side *, 9:30: A.M.. Tuesday: July 13, handguns, were discovered: on all members is needed. The first Anniversary of the Unity Elder Sampson White, few friends. starting at 8 p.m.July 12, 1976.
:of Hwy. 16 to allow the sale of 1976; FPSC District Office The the pair after they were Junior Choir will begin Friday pastor. Service schedule as Mr. and Mrs. Hembric

: one ((1)) acre lots. : Voyager Building; 2256 Phyllis involved in an auto accident. CHURCH NEWS night, July 23 at 8 p.m. follows: Tuesday night Morris were host to the family County DemoChairmun

Street; Jacksonville, Florida Deputy L.G. Manning found Ebenezer and New Bethel Sunday, July 25, at 11 a.m. the Prayer meeting starts the and friends Sunday for a Barbeque -
; This change in classification is j one handgun in Mrs. Jenkins'' Baptist Churches Rev. Leroy Music will be furnished by the weekly services. Wednesday dinner. Everyone attending Will

; subject to a public hearing to be S DOCKET NO. 76f 9o-CCT handball and a second one inJenkins Davis pastor. Service choir from Melrose, Fla The night Tarrying Service. enjoyed the activity.
; held on Tuesday July 27, 1976 at '. On the application of DUVAL front pocket.. activities as follows: Weekly morning speaker will be Elder Friday night Bible Study "Attention, Baseball Fans" Head State Assn.'!

, : 7:30: PM in the County CARTAGE Inc. for a common The Jenkins' were arrestedand services began at Ebenezer Ruise. At 3 p.m. there will be a Sunday services will begin Lawtey Super Cubs added two Jimmy Crosby, chairman of

: Commission room at the Brad : carrier certificate, to transport released the same night. with Bible Class, Tuesday Musical program. Everyoneis with Sunday School at 10 a.m. i move victories to their record the Bradford County Demo-

; ford County Court House at general commodities with night at 8 pm. Thursday night invited to enjoy the events. Morning service at 11 a.m. July 4-5 by beating the Starke cratic Executive Committee,

; which time all persons interested exceptions having a prior Isub- Habit' Prayer Meeting at 8 p.m. Evening service at 6 p.m. Tigers in the Tiger Den 9-1. was unanimously elected
; shall be heard for or against the : sequent movement by freight 'Kick Friday night the pastor and First Born Church of the Pleasant Grove and Mt. July 5 beating Folkston, Ga. president of the State County

J proposal as specified in the : forwarder between Duval congregation will render Living God. S.V. Cohens Morlah United Methodist 106. Lawtey's record today Chairman's Association at a
; Zoning Code of Bradford j: County on the one hand and on Program Set service at Philadelphia pastor. Service schedule asfollows Church Parish, Rev Willie stands 173. meeting held Saturday July 2,
; County ;: the other Nassau Duval St. Baptist Church in Lawtey at 8 : Tuesday night at 7:30: Stitt, pastor. Service scheduleas mis week Lawtey Super at Tampa International Airport
: Johns, Clay Bradford, Alachua For SmokersThe p.m. Sunday services will Prayer Service Friday night. follows: Pleasant Grove cubs will be at Florida State .

A.R. Kiefer, Chairman I: and Marion Counties, both terminate with Sunday school. Tarrying service. Sunday weekly services began Prison Wednesday and The Association, now in its
; Bradford County Zoning Board < intrastate and Interstate. NOTE: Starke Seventh Day New Bethel Church weekly services will begin with Monday night with the Young Saturday. Manderine will be a second year was organized to

: 7/8 1tchg :; July 14 and 15 also reserved. Adventist Church will services began with Prayer Sunday School at 10:30 a.m. Adult Choir rehearsing Lawtey Sunday. Lawtey will stimulate more party activityat
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N .Nn week-long Meeting and Bible Class Morning Worship at 11 :30.At 6 Monday night at 7:30.: travel to Sanford to play the the local level strengthen

: NOTICE ; Richard B. Austin, 5255 NW designed to help program smokers Wednesday. Auxiliary Day p.m. Y.P.C.W., 7:45: Evening Tuesday night at 7:30 the Sanford All Stars, which liaison with the state com-

,: 87th Avenue, Miami, Florida, "kick the habit." July 1923. will be observed Sunday Worship Visitors are always Young Junior choir should be a great game. mittee, and help solve any
; Carl Griffis has made j jI 33178, is attorney for the applicant The program "is a beginning with Sunday School, welcome rehearsed. Wednesday night Greater Allen Chapel party problems that might
the Bradford proven Greater Prayer meeting was held. A.M.E. Church Rev. R.G.
application to j jJ that has helped The theme is "Serving Bethlehem arise.
Board for reclassification program the Word of Freewill Rev. Thursday night ( tonight) Heastie, service
County Zoning millions to stop smoking," According to God: Baptist Church pastor, Crosby said the Association
: of the property At said times and places all in- according to the It The Bible." All members are Jasper Williams, pastor.. Bible Study at 8 p.m, Sunday Schedule as follows: The would participate in the new
; described below from RIB terested parties will be given an will be held in the sponsors.Bradford asked to cooperate with the Service activities as follows: services will be terminatedwith Christian Youth congress Democratic endowment pro

I Residential( ) to BA (Business, opportunity to be fully heard Civil Defense builidng activities of the church. All Weekly services began with Sunday School. started Wednesday July 7, 8, and plans a fundraising -
County gram
I Auto) located just South of ; 19 at .m, the auxiliary will be Tiny Tots rehearsal Monday NOTICE! There will be a 9, 1976 Rev RE. Lamb event to be held in Gaines
; Lawtey City limits on left of ; By DIRECTION of Chairman For beginning additional July information 730; p participating.The night. Tuesday night Prayer Musical July 13 at 8 pm. presiding Elder Theme: ville on July 21. He said mem-

t Hwy 301 in Section 26. Township ; WILLIAM T. MAYO Commissioner call 964-7853. Church of God In Meeting was held. Thursday Mt Moriah weekly Christian Youth Concern For bers of the Bradford County
t 5 South Range 22 East 2 V4 ; WILLIAM H. BEVIS and Christ.Weekly services are as night (tonight) Story Hour at services began with Prayer Moral and Spiritual Renewal committee and other party
; acres, to allow him to build and ; Commissioner PAULA F. HAWKINS follows: Friday night Prayerand the church. Friday night Meeting Tuesday night at 7 Theme Song: "Close To supporters would be invited to

t operate a Used Car Lot. ; as and constituting the My Neighbors"How Pastorial Teaching, with Junior Choir rehearsal pm. Choir rehearsal will be Thee." participate in this event
Florida Public Service Commission Minister Dewey Taylor in Friday night the Prayer Band held next Tuesday night at 7 Sunday services will begin "Although he has not been

This change in classification is ; this 9th day of June, 1976 charge at 8 p.m. Sunday will meet at the home of Sister pm Sunday services will with Sunday School at 10 am nominated yet, the Association -
? subject to a public hearing to be ; William B. DeMlly services will begin with Forts in Hampton. Sunday is terminate with Sunday at 10 Morning service at 11 a m. went on record as endors-

C held on Tuesday, July 27 1976 ; Commission Clerk Sunday School at 9:30.: Youth Day. Sunday School at a.m.Antioch with the Youth in charge. The ing Jimmy Carter for President -
5 at 7:30: p.m.. in the County ; Morning Worship at 11:30.: 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship at Missionary Baptist public is invited to attend. ," Crosby said. "We felt
Commission Room in the Brad ; By Carolyn J. Chalker YPW.W at 5:30: with Sister 11 a.m. Dinner will be servedat Church Rev Dennis Strong, New Hope Baptist Church. that his nomination is assured

ford County Courthouse. At this ; Deputy Clerk Jimmie Thomas in cr .rge. 12:30.: Evening Worship at 6 pastor. Service Activity Rev LW Mosely pastor and wanted to show that we

time all persons interested shall ; 7/8 1tchg .. Evening Worship! at p.m. p.m. Thursday night Prayer Choir rehearsal each Tuesday are behind him 100 cent"
: be heard for or against the pro j ......... >..>...">.....rt>0>0).BIN > per
i posal, as specified in the Zoning ;
I Code of Bradford County. ; THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR -= &LE:
: FLORIDA in SOd sr ucuW
A.R. Kiefer, Chairman ; Ilea Menrnw
Z Bradford Board IUoI ROt.A. BualmEmNIIWA /
County Zoning
: itp 7/8 : CASE NO. 75-212 G ,7 Jric..

;............................. i
IN RE: The Marriage of GLEN
J Frank Porreca has made ': and TERESA ELAINE

application to the Bradford WOOTEN Wife. DOLLAR DaYS SAlE
: County Zoning Board for :: about having lunch

; reclassification of the property : NOTICE OF SUIT together Bring your brown
I described below from OR (Open : bag. I know a nice place near
; Rural) to R1C (Residential, MHI) : "
; docks.

;; of Eight Bayless((8)) acres Highway located((225)on) right one:j!: 29 West Stockton Virginia Street, 25312, Charleston 3f} IJAlW: HIJ1if.A1. FRI 'JA.Y Ap1.1SIl 'lf1{ !

mile North of 100
; section 14. Township 6 South :; an action for dissolution of LEGALShighest -w PAIN

; Range 21 East to allow the sale: marriage has been filed againstyou lIP!. IaOd q ... 3i' SUMMERWEIGHT LIGHT
J of 20,000 sq. ft lots for mobile: .. .
: and you are required to bidder at the court -- M TONE POLYESTERYIONJETEAINT
; homes or conventional houses ; serve a copy of written of =zy4 .,e sin 21% $m 1 t
: your house door on the 20th day ,
; To be known as Sunny Acres. 'r"c ? 7 SUCKS A STATUS
; defenses, if any. to it on July, 1976 s":'' lUll 10W30 U. 21'd} '::1" 1 BRAND!
: RICHARD E. WELTY. Attorneyfor June .? t"
Dated this 16th day of N ATI I
; This change In classification is; the Petitioner whose :.' MOTOR OIL ONE 11 rr- \ a
: subject to a public hearing to be : 1976. ==:.-. I ,., : ., :; $
address is 114 N. Walnut Street Clerk QUART ... 1.ICISllI )' 2 8
: held Tuesday July 27, 1976 at:; Gilbert Brown II I }I F'4 ;" .. p L11C"t.,
P.O. Box 995 Starke, Florida F s.
: By: Beulah M. Moody
:: 7:30 Commission: p.m., in Room the County in the;: 32091 1, and file the original with Clerk of Circuit Courtof 2 $1 dl 3 <:"1 !+"d ;i') '-. ir sue LOW DISCOUNT met'

*. Bradford County Courthouse : the Clerk of the above'styled Bradford Co, Florida .,..w... ws3HST II ,IJ...- ws3H:4'T I.. j r :. list "" ,. you mid Him mt ,
At this time all persons:; Court on or before August 2, 6/24 4tchg 7/15 iii T.III t'F-:: -1 tropic light Mounts tim
1976 otherwise
: a judgment may -------------- r I tmwstir miter lattry
I interested shall be heard for or; VALUE ILU !I.
be entered against for the
C against the proposal, as: you NOTICE OFAPPLICATION sin 11'C t urn used auitl' 2942

*. specified in the Zoning Code of :; relief WITNESS demanded in hand the Petition.and the FOR CUNT 21 HZ. MR. Sn-c $ f{' : :"'
I Bradford County. :; TAX DEED ((g CLEW LEMON -."r"j .If' I',10 ,
seal of said Court on the 28 day
( ;;; I
: A R. Kiefer, Chairman: of June, 1976. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, sin 14% SCERTEDCLEANER R "ir nuna JIOTOIirHEN'S r J, P" I tIRO.Vwu ,

: Bradford Cty. Zoning Board : Gilbert. Brown that H.V. SAXON the holder of I'.J\ Sn.c LEISURE JACKETS. .: I) : '.:' "
: up 718 ; AS CLERK OF SAID COURT. the following certificates has PALLOR EAGLE $1 -1"1- FROM TOP U. tUSUdruiMti II
... .
.uuu..a.e..a.e_. ": filed said certificates for a tax ''If.... f election1+ Pgjyntirtim .
: NOTICE : /NIG/TENS J.M' em binds ml.lt, Lit
By Beulah M. Moody deed to be issued thereon. The WAS C 1

Deputy Clerk certificate numbers and years of 2$1:; :i.s-...:..: : = "" I -,. ". I I ... -'NO
Frank Coss has made ; 7/1 4tchg 722NOTICE issuance, the description of the mil ::,.. !'" : I \ ...' 1',,:,....

application to the Bradford : ........Y'OT..............-..........,, property and the names in wss3iHt sm 21% ....". -r.'r j;A j A :4 J : \\r:;.; :"I .-:'
I County Zoning Board for: which it assessed .. =c-J ? '. ,,,. 1M "'t 1. r
was are as '
,_... ,,,, ..
: .....- :::.. COMPLETE SOS 'l ;..I a .
reclassification of the property : OF INTENTIONTO follows: IO ....... .J TOIIIUEIICISEIl SAYE itf '.:': '..... -n.: ..: .jO
J described below from RIB
; REGISTER Certificate No. 33. Qr"I;; MEN, #
: (Residential) to BA (Business) : FICTITIOUS NAME Year of Issuance: 1974 lr--. .- WOMEN 2" $1 I- r. ; '
: located /, mile North of CIty : Pursuant to Section 86609 Description of Property: Com. IV X... HIKE OR POIERPU1INB [) ,' \ ..,, w\ .rj .

: limits on West side of Hwy 301, : Florida Statutes notice is here- at SE Cor of SW'/ of SW'A RunN I l\\II CUSS, $1 DISCOUNT pmcc W"-.r; ''i-- -' -.r-t- .;;;

in Section 16, Township 6 : by given that the undersigned 669' for PCB W 100' N 50' E PLASTIC MATE WAS.J.tf FIRESIM SNAM I PIP.TY I r- ... 1-

:; South Range 22 East, One acre : Sharon Hayes Rt. 2. Box 560 100' S 50'. to POB Sec. 5, Twp- II 31.1; CUCIlIIS.lIIZ. 105 I LJ I ;' \ "' ,__

: to allow a Motorcycle Sales and : Melrose Florida, 32666, doing 6-S R-22. a I R. o t:'
:. Service Shop. ; business under the firm name of Name in which assessed: r wsJlli f I'C i4lmil J It." '
"A CHILD'S GARDEN NURSERY Thomas & Mary Roundtree 1 f{: b i \ .:i /

: This change in classification is : SCHOOL Rt 2, Box All of said property being in ,, SAVE 11; .... AYE 12;; sj v h
: subject to a public hearing to be : 550, Melrose Bradford County the County of Bradford State of ., ''I). )

held on Tuesday July 27 1976 : Florida 32666 intends to registersaid Florida. $. 2 $7 d $3
:; at 7.30 pm.. in the County fictitious name under the Unless such certificate or R
Commission Room in the : provisions of aforesaid statute. certificates shall be redeemed DISCOUNT Mice WAS AM DISCOUNT Maid WAS.2.I-JtI DISCOUNT< Pact' WAS* T

; Bradford County Courthouse : Sharon Hayes, sole owner according to law the property MEN'S WESTERN SNIRTS MER'S EAGLE DRIEFS OR MEN'S POISE SNIRTS .IN
; At this time all persons Dated this 22nd day of June. described in such certificate or I 1 I sin 31% mOM A FAMOUS MAIER T.SlIIITI.I-f&CI PNOTO-SCiNIC OESIONS

; interested shall be heard for or I A D 1976 at Starke, Florida. certificates will be sold to the SAVE 32% lutta'tic Westtri roti.biittM- SOS plyestif 50ctltaeeeea Crests., (...11 is IOG"

; against the proposal, as I 6 24 4tchg 7/15/ highest bidder at the court $1 2* $1 ftl"od.ts.PoI.ClUCIISIl, 'IdIIrDlIII.SllIS JMLJL polyester lad SlmSMLXL +'.

; specified in the Zoning Code of t ............................. house door on the 20th day of a 3
; Bradford County *, NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO July 1976. DISCOUNT PRICC WAS Jr4T DISCOUNt pact WAS3H 3f YILUE PLUS! i1. r '\ \
REGISTER Dated this 14th day of June, LIFETIME CAST IRON III-A-... erTRONELLA 1

; A R. Kiefer Chairman FICTITIOUS NAME 1976. UILUT HANOI ''/" till WILl III NETTED OOWl $1 --" If'1 1 \, i.A:1'

; Bradford County J Section 86609 Gilbert S. Brown Clerk I ./'
: Pursuant to -: "" ;::
; Zoning Board By: Beulah M. Moody f.c: DISCOUNI< -metHER'S ,.. .;, \.\
Florida Statutes, notice is hereby
32% SAVE 35'\ VALUE x+1
7/8/ 2tp 7/15 : PLUS! CREW :
; Clerk of Circuit Court of
...................... ........... .....S SIN K.given By, 2313 that N.the Temple undersignedG Ave, Bradford County Fla CERAMIC. MOOS i LARtE 12-OlNCI c I ." WOVEN WOOOINDIVIDUAL !NICE POLOSPohmttr colloi jI ct. / sin 24% $1 .. ,: i',

Starke Florida 32091, doing km fsm 1,21 1 "
knot HI 1.! wine
; "
business under the firm name of "' POIIIIiM Col.I.-; : J.*. IOTS'
FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY IN AND FOR "THE PALMS APTS" 2313 N. TO BID 3:;$1 .... 2.1:; .iii. I 141$1; S.MLIL 11R1V :.I' \\.I SWIM TRVNESTrMlttMl Gnu

Temple Ave, Starke Florida City of Hampton is now R J ', ".5.-, ...I itritcl :::;..
CIVIL ACTION 32091, intends to register said accepting bide for drilling a Deep WEREJ44T ""' [7'W"I [>o DiSCOUNTPmCI" .... I" Afill.wU41.. ,,;
fictitious name under the provisions Well, 4 inch complete with SAVE 2/%
CASE No 76-201 pipe I ....I. @ SIYE 11%
of aforesaid statute single phase 2 H P. submersible --- I" SIVI"%

MARIA ELIZABETH G.K By, sole owner. pump and pertinent accessories SAVE 10% -..,.. smINFIATAILS 25% SAVE 12% I' .: 2A $te/ 2R 1;$
Dated this 22nd day of June -
at Hampton Recreational Park. MASTER PLOMIER 21" MEWS OZ. 3$3
AVILA a minor By. A.D. 1976 at Starke Florida Sealed Bids, will be opened at DRAIN OPENER, OEACN TALL IN olin,. TWILL N .. wtee3lHT Weal i & :
MA RON WALLACE 6/24/ 4tp 7/15 next council meeting to be heldat FAST, OT. SIZE v ROBBED VINYL W.IIIlllns '. \.i'J DOTS' COTTON IOU' J-Pl. ""It;:; DISCOUNT Mid WAS 3J4
------------- ; TSUITSWHiti
City Hall July 13 1976 8:00: ... .IIEfS _-"
.. IIrl'lcanlnUIIIS'
2P$1 2'$1 .
NO PROPERTYTO NOTICE OFAPPLICATION P.M., with bids to be accepteduntil $1 =:=. ( \\\I\( < I tra Nutty (adored '. \\I" CASUIlSOaIrISlU.V.fff' .

FOR that time. WASM1' weseLHt wUI, I II sun Wkiti cat?. III ,n Wnlutit Epic mm wtt M

: Senaida Avila Address TAX DEED The City of Hampton reserves :;;; ... :::.,; VI, LNLrI.um I tt II .....G was, Nick Iton.1.12
Unknown & Presidente del NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, the right to reject any or all bids. .--! IWI
SAVE 22%
that H.V. SAXON, the holder of
Tribunal Tutelar de Menores, La SAYE 2Sx )1 d SlYE 12% I.-Q '
the following certificates has Mary Lee Allen MER'S DECK SREUERSFumm J.:'
Paz, Bolivia, South America. sin 40% I '////I//./ 20% ) (
filed said certificates for a tax City Clerk MER'S CREW CMlMt' CistaMi 4
deed to be issued thereon. The 6/243tchg 78INVITATIONT'O SEA D Sal. MRIDHi COSNION SOLS < HUM WlHti colon. 7118Vi -

an action for Adoption has certificate numbers and years of ...... SIRTARLOTION BMf it t, i I] EITRA STNETCN SICII' $A .r.- ...t.,4, \
been filed against you and you .......... l .
the of the 4 .
issuance, description d pja I .
are required to serve a copy of BID OUNCES t; I111A11 F 21 ....1" .. .J J \
and the names in a IIZ. I .
property ...d I / '" .r r
your written defenses, if any tot City of Hampton Is now f
weeiZrh1f + ..
which it assessed are as I :,
was -
on the the plaintiff attorney, follows accepting bids for Trash Pick $1 -- $1 $1 s ,.,/ ."' \ UQ- .... \
: .
whose name and address is Certificate No, 110. up, One 11)) day a week prefer. :"-= IJI' } :--. v-'-__ ,'. --..:
WASJotT' 'J "
Hon George H Pierce, P.O. able Saturdays Job to be WAS'u .
Year of Issuance: 1974. """' .. '
Drawer 1030 Stdrke Florida opened from July 14, 1976 until VALUE
of ...... ..
Property Beg. ..
s and file the original with the Description September 30 1976. '). io \\.... ;;: '" 4.....::.
at SW Cor of Eft of SW/4 of SAVE 11% GNP4OP;; LUTHER WIRE SNOESCM -- .
clerk of the above styled courton 1. Trash consist of (limbs -- .
r *,** WIlt .*. 10-
SW y. of NW N 469E IRPUTABU :r d" cmtrKtiM. SIVE n VALUE .lUSI!
or before August 10, 1976: rubbish old tires, leaves and I rnislMt lOlL fun I 712.
otherwise a judgement be 11062'. 5469' W 110.62', to etc). and must be piled by the PRINT 1 tim ) VALVE PLUS!
may PCB Ex RIWof Co. Gr Rd. RP fI 72i21"AM MAT :: $2
: $ 2
entered against you for the relief side of the road. 22i42" CANNON SAYE 32Y 96
430 Sec 25 Twp 8-S, R-22. 13 .
demanded in the complaint or Name in which assessed: 2. The City of Hampton 2 o.3 1 OAIN TOWELS, t.2 5 OISCOUNTqwASJM, SUPH iow DI 'OUN'P"CI
petItion. reserves the right to reject any or R ( t:) SOPS TNIRSTT $
WITNESS my hand and the all bids wslf0lt *
All of said property being in 2 DlSCOUNr rat, WASJ.IT !::.., TlMO M WNITE VINUtmU COTTIN T-SHIRTS
seal of said Court on July 2, 3. Bids be turned in to ,
the County of Bradford, State of may I j __ Mtl "" Win i .tw .IOCSMltMluitmtluitMSJ.L
1976 Florida City Clerk no later than July 13, I WIMJrrf DO-OT.. POLffOAM ICESUPPUES CREST SEEPS .... taM kntlf. Wilor' .LILT mtuii H.
Gilbert. Brown 1976. 8:00 P.M. regular Council PWNIB COLOEACtE ,
Unless such certificate
As Clerk of said Court
By: Beulah M. MoodyAs certificates shall be redeemed meeting night..IVtantLaeAlleru.. _. THE Ii /-. K.RED.

7/8 4tchg 7/29 Deputy Clerk described according in to such law the certificate property or 6/24 3tchg 7/8 .CIty dark Op FAMILY r> daily' > II 3120MdionSt. I. CIGARETTES 47: I g4ed WII 1f, > ;:

certificates will be sold to the .
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Rep. Frank Williams will CLASSIFIED AD RATES 'I'USONAl SERVICECHILD FOR SALE 3 BR Brick. bath and 1/2 UJJ'tin. o
re-election Florilandliealtll!
seek to District 25
rI.ued DR Central
LR heat on
seat. Deadline fbr Insertion hot CARE Licensed. 10 a 20 PATIO COVER. : nice 1 acre lat outside city C sarsori- 393 Temple Av.
meab fenced yard tlSSjOO. unhnitaUedM40MI. 4'L
Tuesday Noon
preceding Supervised Gator MufaOe Umlt REAL
play. 9648464. Home ESTATE 3 BR Cor. Lot $15,000. : "
Thursday before
Williams Service. 372-8787. tfcb. !'''
Seeks publication tfchg ----i- ...... ,..,.' '.- -- f"
5-10 ncra tract., high land on 1 Acre Building Late on RD 16 rt illt ar
District PERSONAL SERVICE FOR SALE: 1 acre .homeakoa, paved road, Graham. area.Lg. Large 4 BR 3 Bath 2-.tory /'
: - -
4, 35 Minimum Charge)2.00 Earn Free Jewelry Have a grub<<: .",Lake Eatate.2.....W.ofStarko - tram hem on 4 acre 48 Acre Farm with home 1/2 mlon .
(Covers IS Words) Sarah on Rd. 100. Owner .Frame houte lot .
-" Coventry Party 782- on corner mcity. Many extra 38000. St. Rd. 229. i RF ILTYCecelia
HeElectionRepresentative Each word over 15 3423. 7/8 2tp f/15 financed. 964-6488 after 6 pjn.tfchc. Cloee to shipping. area. - - <
10 cents -- New 3 BR 1 1/2 bath itucco Cor. lot, with storage BWg.
3 to 6 acre clear. ,4 ml. N/W of G
CH&A - Terwillegar
Frank AVON CALLING To ww $24,500
: buy or wlAvon.
Williams qualified Tuesday All Classified Ads must be Call: 7H-2807 or write FOR SALE Dfemond needles Stark. carpet, New Duple In City. -- _____
I..y-over 247 dWemt -- -
paid for In advance unless Lama Hyatt,,P.O.Box 220: I -
seeking re-election to the ,Lake one, w. have them all. Dab 142 ncra motile horn kee, 3 BR CB 6 percent mfg -
you have an established CHy, Florida Nearly New 3 BR Brick
House of Representatives dchg.; meta. tMacount.FOR N.W of SUrke Term.GDOBGERJBF7rfSJR*. n 7,500
District 25, a seat he has heldfor account with the - Home Area Facts.
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the past four years. Telegraph. in that event 50 DON'T THROW AWAY 3 BR frame.CH"A SI5,0011
Need 2 .
cents extra charge for thoae 8-track. or caaaett SALE:) Swhnmlna poi4mer6Ioe. Reg,RtalEitntt/ Broker - Hating on to acre A small, clean air community
billing. Not responsible for tapes. Take them lining manufacturer !964-7826! 2 BR frame 1 ECOLOGY: all the financial,
Williams says that his main I to d acre $7,50 8.13 A. A: BuauK. oa :301. providing
and .
distributor ha .
errors when given over the Punier Discount House, akunkramrectangular medical and
has been - religious.
objective service to - -
District 25. He pledged to con I phone or when copy Is not 112 E. Call Street tfchf; 1975 eeann pool, 1/2. left price over, from 28Rlr.m.8.400-tarm. 4 BR Frame .largo lot, utility business services of

tinue his efforts typed and brought to the guar - bldg., arc, by chain Ifak fence metropolitan areas.
on behalf of I office. anted bMaJUUon and ..... :; TipCu"aiS.fNIif
the people of Bradford Clay, I WILL BABY SIT for any aged Call collect JadiMnvflla days or ..Mui. 8.7 urea In Starke SIS,50(1
P Andnwi,A......
In home.. 9046821.Ifchc. Consists of mining
and St. Johns counties on the : my evening. 904/398-6103. tfehg. : INDUSTRY:

floor of the House. in committees MISCELLANEOUSSPECIAL 12 acme, well pole A nptli VERNIEP.000M SS4-7739/ manufacture of furniture,

he participates In and WATSON'S HOUSE OF Stark 2 Bit, 1 Bath HI MO. Lawtey area 815,000 ReI(.Broker clothing gasoline, masonry
monitors and in every other NOTICE Want VACUUMS: lIaayIe* of" - 9B4-5476 W4-7700 products, and trailer hitches.

possible manner. .ddr...01 Mr*. Sandy Miller MOTORCYCLES new vacuum. Used. machine Stark 2 Bit, 1 Bath S13.50D 40 acres wooded S4IJ500
who lived In SUrke about 9 available. Expert Repair, almakea. - AGRICULTURE- Horse and cattle breeding,
Williams says he looks to yean ago or the name and MOTOHOCLIJ: all .. Part and aoreeearlea for Hampton 5 BR, 2 1/2 Bath Call anytime 782-3806 HOUSES FOR SALE poultry and egg production
vacuum Bulk-in central
the North Florida future with address ol any of her SUZUKI OF STARKE Yourauthorixed vacuum cleaning ."...... 404 128.900.: Associate.-964.7154 A 782 timber truck farming
"great hope and optimism," descendant Mrs. France Simikl Dealer.Phone NW 10th Ave. GaiDeevll..3711- 3397 Here la what you have ahvayiderfred. pecans. and strawberries.
II. 3 Doublewlde ...
and that the new challenges of Whitman 170 South 800 !9644020. 3M Eaet Cal: Street 7110. tfctuf. acre (26.500. -'
Fset UWTfl
,Orem, Utah 84057. 7/1 fit.
today require a "broad and 2tchg 78AUTOMOBILES tfchg. 11/2 acre,Monde home $12,500.Acreage : 70238O6United 3 BR 1 Ill Bath Hone 5 menthe EDUCATION: Accredited schools keep pace

progressive outlook and an --- FOR SALE!: 38 Snub no** .hind i '-- ....- .,.. ..... old C.B. CofutrucUon on 130nmtage : with population growth. Four
overall effort focused on solu- nun'55.22 hand gun$2435,25: ) from (700 per acreFREDSACKETT ( by TOO deep lot at Community Colleges and the

tions-not more taxes more HOUSES FOR SALEFOR automatic gun from *4935.Dahmer Sampson. Lake.. University of Florida are

bureaucrats more useless USED Dlacount. d...;. Farm Agency within a few miles.
REALTOR Ml PowellBroker
laws and confusion.
more SALE 3 bedroom
AUTOMOBILES USED brick,2 bath central beat A FOR SALE!: Mobile Home Perm 205 N.Temple[US4011 Inc. 9644464 RECREATION: There are Forest Preservesand
FOR SALE Motor Home, 1972 air, d.a. living and auppliea. OWNS MOBILE 964-6522,468-1753( ) 7 Lakes in the area for the
Williams says he plans to LIfetime 20 350 Chev.; 14,000 room. Five Oak room. Subdivision. dining HOME SALES. Hwy. 100 W. Keg. Real Estate Broker Can Wayne Doigkt Outdoor enthusiasts.!

continue to work for economy mile. Mil e Kohler 6, radio, Tngg-Ntt-4eS-164S National Advertising
in government tax relief, Gen. aleepe' PREFERRED PROPERITIES
tape, 12.0110 BTU roof air. I1IcIcCco..Nil.-964-6X4 Paul Faulkner-Broker
education crime con
quality EireOent: rood. Ready to travel FOR SALE Truck topper., Mae McComellNUt.96447B9.I. Irene FmdkerAaoa4ajpSureaBakkenAmodate
trol tri-county economic 8900. P. Uelam Thamaa, 964- BRICK HOME FOR SALE acme boot., men women' CONVENIENT Concrete Block 2 BlVi Baths largeLR

growth law reform service to 6507 after 5 p.m. tfchg 4 bedroom. 2 bathe living and children'. 21/2 mile 9644063 Chain Link kitchen, dining -beautiful hardwood floors -CH&A
senior citizens a practical room .kitchen family room north of Lawtey on 301.7/1 Fence panelled throughout.garage, front porch corner lot

environmental policy, properly A with air.fireplace, central heat ZIP 7/8 Ralph Bryan ARE YOU RtoDV TO SEL L lextto Episcopal Church nicely landscaped grounds
rights and individual FOR SALE 1971 Vega 4 964-5784. lip 7/8 | YOUR PROPtRTV? -----

citizen's rljthts.Williams'has. cylinder Sedan AC Automatic FOR SALE 2 BR, 1 bath, Real EstateSpedaUzntgui Over 63,OOt 000p SuppliesFirst PARADISE LAKE Large 3 level home on two
radio &
heater trailer and lot 124 1/2 by 162
FOR SALE: 4 bedroom brick 2 leautiful lots.DUPLEX .
69500. 964.7143 Itp 7/8 bath.large Uvktg..,den and 1/2 fenced. 1 utility home.John ...... and AcreageFor ? ,p opl.vt ,
served the -----
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n H. Houck. 964-6393. Building" Mobile Hone.lam .
1 mpcsed to
powerful Finance and Tax game room on landscaped acre III revnational A investment within
unique opportunity -
FOR SALE 1972 Chrysler Unerly Eitalea, ........ No. 6. Woodlan Acre South on -- I
Committee was vicechairman walking distance to conveniences 202 N. Broadway
Sun Lake
Imperial Labron 2 door H f. Contact Douglai Mchoi 964- 301. Itp 78MISSION on 100 It.
of the Retirement Per- PP Seat. Air ..oadltloa.AT. HI 58. tlehg, on water I7.8UJ owner finanetag. adrMkagr Neat 2 BR, I B, LR, K & Dining Area on each side -fruit
sonnel and Claims Committee trees. -----
AM/FM radio tap STORE 321 N. cab seek. QualityNo
chairman of the Committee deck. tilt whel. Clean Temple Clean clothing -- -
on Aging and was a 11995./ 964-795S. Itp 7/8 WANTED Miae. It.m.. open every day Acreage and) lot., large and Seconds INVESTMENTGracious 2 story home with CH&A on
3 BR frame, with fireplacecarpet ACREAGE adjacent to Starke Plaza Shopping Center.
email. Several
member of the Select Committee 9:30.1: pjn. We accept donation location
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7/8 729ANNOUNCING oa 100' x 200' lot InstallationAvailable -----
on Military and Veterans WANTED lip owner financing.m
Used nfrlger- SWIMMING POOL Hot & tired? We have the answer
PERSONAL SERVICE - $181300.-----
Affairs. Previously he .tore.washers,and stoves In
with attractive 3 BR home with a
i The a sparkling pool
served Governmental good condition. Call Dah-
3 home, need repair 75' x Florida Room.
opening of Alvarei Produce great
Operations Health and Rehabilitative mere Dlacount 9647923. tin ReaLtor
SF.WTSG: MACHINES repaired, Market (formerly Dowlimg'.IHighway ) 100' lot 7,800.. Convenient -----
Services. --, -. -. 964-$189day! or night HANDYMAN
all makea ck-aned. 'diedandadj.td 301 and 100. Fresh ,- ---'- locationMobile 60 ACRES -, On Bessent Road with CH&A home and
17. Work produce A fruit dally tfchg. I Rt ALL1R'
guaranteed.Jampe FOR RENT - trailer. Hot for development.
Participation in this wide Mrkkland, corner Mar- ) Home on 1/2 acre 3 473.4239 -----
of committee assign- pan Road & llwy. 16. d.... c BR, 2 bath with
variety TRAILER FOR SALE: 12 x expanded SPRING LAKE KEYSTONE Split level with CH&A
FOR RENT (*his Si hdivldonlit
ments has given Williams the ---------- -- ..... lota:, UO.OO month. 65, 2 BR, IB, 1974 Call 964- LR many extra. 113,500/ 1.289.2141 80' on crystal clear lake.
knowledge and experience of HOME REPAIR & Remodeling Water A Sewage ...."'.hod. For 8816 alter 4:00: p.m. Grifll LONCCHAMPHome - -----

State government necessaryto Service, electrical Information call Mark Olin- Loop Itp 7/8 and.Building Acreage small elk Large FREE ESTIMATE TWO BEAUTIFUL ACRES with a comfortable 3BR 1

be effective. plumbing and carpentry. C...-.Mobile Homea Sales Hwy. ------- Material - I 2 B on Madison Street-heat and air near town.

Alan automobiles painted 100 W.. Starke. 964-9606 d FOR SALE 48 acre farm, -----
130 labor. Excellent reference liveable bou... Mr*. Jo U. -WEBLTLD"Yov Maxville, Fla.
Williams is Com ROOM FOR HORSES & TRAILERS Small farm with
and fait aervlc. 964- Oliver Shady Oak. MobileHome Plan OrOur.
mander of American Legion 80S7. 6/24 4tchg 7/15 FOR RENT 12 It. wide Park, Hampton. 1,2 Your Lot Or Oun- PILL .19 acres and a cozy home Easy financing.ONE .
Post 56 president of the Eat MeaJr - - ....
a &tirflling and
past ------------ mobile home outalde city mile south on 301. lip 7/8 -FREE ESTIMATESRemodelaa:
Bradford County Fair Association limit 9644114 or 473-4777. ;- Repair lam Weight Telephone indexes by Bates ACRE withallelectic3 BR 2 B home

past president of the PAPPAS ACCOUNTING tlcbg FOR SALE Ued Addftfana Andrews Pharmacy. THE OFFICE SHOP, Ph. 964- Chain link fence utility building Low down payment
!SERVICE: 118 S. Court garage
356 W. MmOemtak.
Children's Committee a Stark. rL. 9647612. 6/24 ---------- door 16 ft. 130.00. Two 10 1".8ousbt 6/10 7/8 5764 to qualified buyer.
member of Lawtey Lodge 189 lOtehg 8/26 HOUSE FOR speed bike, need some Soid SoldTradedACRFACE 5tp ---- -
Jacksonville Consistory of the RENT OnKlngtley repair,"10.00 each. Call 964- 61 NEEDED Small homes In good repair 300 acres of
--------------- 3 BR
Scottish Kite a Morocco ALCOHOLICSANNYMOUS pl.t.ly furnished 8341. Itp 7/8 9S46853Hwv. LI.EDWARDS. land.
Shriner Keystone ---- -
Temple : Succeeiifuly Waaher/dryer dishwasher
Eastern Star a member of for people who want to private dock.Available Aug. FOR SALE GE Refrigerator .301 SimcA,Storks POTPOURRI 54 acres New River..Building lots on

Keystone Rotary and of the STOP drinking/ and STAY 15. 1250 month. Call Frank I45| 16"Boy bike.IIS/ ; tf Crosby! Lake, Green Acres, Little Lake Santa Fe,

Clay County Chamber of Com topped. Meeting Thur & Palmer, 5332196. Itchg 7/8 21" boy bike. tlOi dinette Bessent Road Commercial Building on Temple .
merce. Sunday 8:00: p.m. 964-5709 table A 4 chair. 145. Phone Professional!>> Bldg. on Thompson Street..Owner

9644431. 6/24 Utp: 10/9 FOR RENT: 1 famfly .__ 964-5434. Up 7/8 REDUCESafoAFaat & Assoc. Inc. financed home on Church St..Some farm land.
---- -- ----
cottage on Kingdey Lake. for

Williams is a charter memo Fire HIl'J'loG'' MOHAN.! : 3R. ...*.... rant by........ A/C. CaJ 533-: FOR SALE 1972 Toyota GOBE&E TABLETI"EVAP"WATERPIUS"with! Cecelia T. / Realtor/
ber of the Volunteer REALTOR Terwillegar,
portion- live in your "home and 2366. d..... Cellca ST. Needs tire..
Department a member of the care for ark. or elderly. Room- 8//250. 496-2950 after 3 p.m. Andrrwt Pharmacy 206 West Madison Avenue Starke Florida

Elks Lodge past president of board 125!: per week. Call anytime lip 'lI8RVMMAGE 356 W.Madison,Starlut 100' Lot on Big Lake Santa Fe. Excellent Buy at

CUBB. Inc., honorary memo -am-16ti6. tfdg FOR SALERUMMAGE 6/10 4tp: 7/1 18500. Also Waterfront Lots Available On
ber of the North Florida Fox SALE Friday IB OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
member of ----- and Canol to Lake Santa Fe; $9.000-up.
Hunters honorary SALE Saturday. 13695 Wtlnut HOME PHONE 964.5145
the North Florida Bass !Masters EXPERT workmaaihlp Brownlee Street In front of St. Hwy 301 South SUrke.

in Orange Park honorary and carpeting.chain wither Ua..l.a.lal.repalra. Sam Grilli Store. Saturday, Fla. W.A. Stern. 9645614. PAPERHANGINGand 1 Acre Wooded Lake Lots. Prices Start at .r -, -
member of the Florida Civil fall AUea Iniullatloo 964- July 10. 9 a.m. Itp 7/8 Itp 7/8 PAINTING 10500. On clear sand bottom water skiing

Defense Association and a 8710. 6/17 4tchg 718BHJ.'S lake near Keystone.
Interior and
member of the American ACT NOW Turn span time FOR SALE AKC
of Professional Emergency Into MSI! B. a SANTA'. Doberman puncher pup. ExteriorLocal SANDERS
Society SAW SHOP: Ccmpbkeharpeaing Demonstrator ear :2 lake Lots $5,500 Each Some Oaks Nice
Red/tan and Black/met. 165 ReferencesFREE MOBILE HOME
Planners. circular,
service commission to 30% -OR LAWN SERVICE
married to the up female. '73 male. Call 964- Swimming Area.
Williams is carbide, chain,
hand. mower
have a Toy A Gilt Party la 5284 .....lal.. 7/1 2tp 7/8 ESTIMATESPHONE
former Debra Johns and has Made hollow ground and your home and earn FREE 964-5529 PARK

one son !Marc balanced.. Leave at Jackson Ciftal Our 29th Year Call or 98 .8370 New Cypress Home on Large Recreational Lake

Building Supply... Starke or Key writ Saata' Parties. Avon FOR SAIL MobOe 1 r- lots Phone 964-6370 Lot. Call for Directions. LICENSED INSURED WalktoBm7ondSgwwe

Hone Heighta. tfchg. Conn. 06001. Phone 1 (12031) *95..._.Few loU still available 13od 7. 1
673-3455. ALSO BOOKING m several aubdlvunana. Ph. 458- W. THOMAS OrDuwntown

10 x 20 PATIO COVERS: Home PARTIES. It 7/8 1551. tfchg. Rustic Cabin on White Sand Bottom Lake. 30 Per Month
and mobile home $180 1 Ip $25.000 Owner Financed.
la.taU.d..10 uninnUlled.GATIlfi BRASCNGTON All<'ity Convenience, .
FOR SALE Rabbit.wire FOR SALE Some lumber. 2
CadfllacOUanubileSalea&Servke Fk-e.Police Protection.City .

It)MOBILE. Ph. 372787 HOME, Gainer SERVICE rages Phone 1 with 9645803.metal 7/8 feeder 2uhg. tire Street. 678 Stark* 15.. Itp 338 7/8 Lake. WelDrillingj l lI 3 BR. 2 B Brick Home. Central Heat 8 Air. Gen,Water...SerFiruSe"'IwroOU..d

vOI*. tfdg.MOIIILE 7/15 Walking Distance) to School and Town. $24.000. Can Taken OnCatiline J 0-L U Motel I

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HOME MOVING: Also I 2" thru 6" Trade*
""--- mobile "home hurricane anchork FOR SALE Coastal I Home on lake Brooklyn. Central Heat S Air. 100 2001 NW.13 378301 964-8810

>g and. mobile homo roof coat- Burmuda Hay 11.10" bale. 2 Sundays I Fast Rotary 1 ft. Sand Beach. $50.000. d GAINESVILLE
MOBILE Homo Ser goat. I mal., 1 female
... (Nln'a 10:35 -A.M. I Drilling Equipment
Ask .... *H-S6<16. St. Rd. 16W A Imllklafl: liquid chicken :

JcL 23.1uStaA&J'Ta.; tfchg tert.W.A. Truck Frtvatt. hold 468-1985.6 ton. WPXE Radio I STATE LICENSED t All Brick Home on Lake Brooklyn. Many Extras.

Charley I HORSE FOR SALE: Good U..... I Lovely Neighborhood. Call for Appointment.OVER Olin's Subdivision
,r II
I riding, beautiful Pa la mine 1490 II I Pumpa


I ribbons and trophies. Plus Antique bd breaktait room I I II SURROUNDING AREAS. I !

addle, bridlt. All for and dining room husks. I New & UsedSalesPartsService
:100.00.. Must ,.. to Corner 301 A 201A. Lawtey Mimosa Manor I I I
pprtclato. Call Powell's July 10. Up 7/8 ) 3 BR, 2 B All Norwegian Brick Home on Smith

jI I DairY Freeie, Starke. 964- Mobile Home ParkA I I II lake. 56000. s r 7 s

About This Question: j UT FOR SALE Rabbit hutch.. I I E-2 Terms I IPlumbing I II -
Nlee PIaee Per Mo Water d.aewege
Earn- 3 cage with 14 compartment V Acre Lots For Rant 3000
"A simplified I I II
'.Live FurnlShjdCall
.. 1100. Call 9647929 lake Front 4 BR, 2 Bath, Huge Family Room and

ings available Insurance for small is. mer-now Experienced for 7/8 Wanda. ':00 to 1:00. lip LrgoLeta I I II Fireplace. Mark Olin .964-5606 Hwy 16 4 Morgan Rd ti

cantile or service businesses l- Drivers Y..eGerbace-Cana. I New Installation I II. 3 BR, 2 B New Home- With Access to Picnic and .

light manufacturing IIIaI Do.. Swimming Area.

or processing Wanted Central Water Sewage Plant I. Remodeling II MOBILE HOME

operation Does this Garbage PfcfcwB2Car Repairs Just Opened IS One Acre Lake Lots on ClearWater

new Earnings Insurance. Apply At HICK'S Parking 1IDurrmnce Skiing Lake Mobile Homes Permitted. MOVING & SET UP :

eliminate the need for a Concrete Patio Excellent. Owner Financed.
,,-POODLE ..........|Street ,
detailed review of the NationalProtein Electric Service to SERVICEWe

Insured's business GROOMING 200 Ampere* 'PUMPS & SUPPLY I II l''. Acre lake lots on Hampton lake. 14500.
records?" Motored Ca.Moue Owner Financed. Also 'I, Are The ONLY Licensed, Insured &
Only $2.CXJO Down
Two' Full Time I COMPANY
Bonded Movers
Charley E.: roomersAppointments V 0.I1IIE..-- I Acres. ,

AGENCY In Hampton I I 864 N Temple Ave. I II II Phone 473.2669475.2236 Living In And Working In Bradford CountyOLIN'S j
JOHNS For IHoMkReMEheMrbakm ;

131 SO WALNUTST Between Your Convenience > I Starke t tI Q3[ MOBILE HOMESHwy

PHONE 9"4-5O70 8:30: 4:00: TFM 964-7837 e/J4 PHONE 984-749S I L-.I 964-7061 I Hwy. 21 Keystone Heights FL 100, Starke, 964-5606 If

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Chamber Board To Be Asked Union Co. Building Inspector

I To Support Sewer Project I Finds Duties Hard On HeadLAKE

Dave Hunter is the man who
according to Chairman
Starke commissioner Harold $2.1 million sewer system July 8)) at 12:15: p.m. in the BUTLER An Gerald Griffis. doesn't like the way the
improvements at the chamber's Garden Restaurant alleged assault on county Randy Wilson, EMT county is run. He protestedthat
will supportof
I Epps request Governors'meeting building inspector Acie\ Ennis couldn't get power at a
of he
of Commercefor technician, presented an
Chamber is -I
the Commissioner a
Epps SI
irate citizen was it was
by an when
( trailer,
today service budget
the City of Starke proposed member of the board of direc reported at the Union County ambulance that the trailer
If fees explained
tors of the North Central Flo- Commission meeting totaling $23,754 blocked and
_ Dist. 5 Seat rida Regional Planning Coun n 6 Tuesday.The amounting to $10,320 are must be properly he was obdurate."If .
Pentecost Seekillt! cil which has asked the Cham- A alleged assault was collected, as is anticipated. He tied down to live in a
ber to consider supporting the E.F. Mittenzwei said every effort was made to a man "
reported by not tied
commissioner. home the total down. trailer that's
56, of My for which federal hold "
Joe Pentecost. project ., of the county building trades who he said"that's his privilege.
is available24hours brother Jerry
(964-6670) His
County has phone grant (funds are being sought. 1 said that
( "'
Bradford board, who said the
I --\i. ", """" licensing local unit, asked for Chairman Griffis
his intentions to a day. The Chamber's executive Ennis heads the
announced ... building inspector for the protection
to rule was
received authority
this fall for the committee requested that a and
seek election received requiring but
.. Y injuries
1'of trailer occupant'
7 ,;<' ,' .::, apply for a state grant that the
5 seat on the Bradford r representative of the City of 1. \ attention when an
District .
held before the r- ,: ..".;: medical will enable the county to Hunter retorted that by
County Commission now I Starke appear irate citizen slammed a car obtain a new rescue vehicle making a man get a permit,
by Mrs. Hazel Paulk. Board of Governors to explainthe ''' door on Ennis's head. robbing thepoor..
of ._ d' !. -\ worth$26,000, for about $9,500. they were
veteran the
is a project. said that
Pentecost It
I was
''' that the health officer M.J. .
II and has been .. : covering On being County .,
World War ordinance,
the Bradford : \ Engineer Bill Armentrout of ... county was not committed Dobbs, Jr. gave a concise :
of contains
chairman the city's firm of Bessent inspections Commissioner Paul Riherd including an offer to
American Red Cross J," -.1. ... \ ; action report
for such
of an
County Hammock, and Ruckman .. I provisions moved that Wilson's requestbe test water samples. In the .r,
for the past four years.He was at I Jacksonville reported to the ,...;..;r r""j U>4 I and the matter was referred approved and the board connectionhe reported that
employed as a leaderman city council Tuesday night ', I to county attorney Hal concurred. Lake Butler had water .:
Jacksonville Ship Yards : r:; .
the ,' that the preliminary 201 ... Maines.He EMT unit is weeks when P"
his 'i' : .. Wilson said the troubles two ago
before of the
15 ; said the victim .
for years ;;
planning project for the sewer ::J. ; doing a lot more work now a chlorinating device failed .
retirement. has been com- ... .",,"" : assault was the only one who General is was later :
lives at Route 3, improvements ;.., : criminal that Union Hospital but that problem
Pentecost pleted. The engineer turned ,;,&.- could press chargesof said he is doing some :
and is :t;! '. I open.He solved.
box 293 in Starke ::r assault,but tha the incident :
Bertha over to the city two thick l' ;ot.i."ft': .. work in the emergency room On the landfill, he said the :
married to Mrs books. The city has received : I Is no doubt covered by is He said :
lfJ and that the hospital helping county has a problem.
has will be
He a step- Ennis
Pentecost. } :. insurance so
of the total .
$18,000 who the facility .
daughter, Donna Marr, and a some :I reimbursed for any billsI EMT by doing its billing. those use
preliminary planning received and if the
Jackie Lee Mar. $50,000 .t.E. The board a leave the gate open
grandson,lived in Bradford monies from the Environ- .. I) :":,,(' incurred. confirmed the budget request for $23.274 county locks it, they break the
He has J The board
mental Protection Agency. submitted by the Union lock He said a sign would do
County for 10 years."I full- Joe Pentecost The council approved request I. appointment of Williard County Volunteer (Fire little good but that a cattlegap
will be able to serve Fink agent,
time for the Interests of the District S of the remainder of the grant 200th Tree Planted At BUS as Logan recommended as county by Dr. Earl Department. might be the answer.
Commission monies Tuesday night upon
people if elected as your County receiving the completed project The Planting of the 200th tree on the BUS campus July ended Kelly of the Extension -
data. the U.S. Marine Corps Bicentennial Tree Planting Program Service. Fink is a native of
July Sale Wholesale Pricea which began on the Marine's 200th( birthday last November 10. Suwannee County and has CENTRAL HEAT & AIR
Next step, according to city The program was in honor of the nation's and the marine's been serving as assistant
AUTO clerk Merrill Edwards is to bicentennial birthdays. Coordinator of the program Major county agent in Columbia
I : (iJtDiJOO0: : hire a firm to plan the Install- Charles H.Hall,is seen here with Lawrence Budgett and Gerald County. Let us explain our energy
ation of the new sewer system. Se'lers planting the last tree. Fink said he will start work ,
SALES .. That will involve further grant Hall also was coordinator of the program at Orange Park here in August.! He promisedto
'IS CW:(! B tr i(!t(L monies.FLORIDA. Green Cove Springs, Keystone Heights and Kibault high work hard and asked for the s
-y.. .nn..honl__ ,".. cooperation of the board. saving system

g 76 OLDS 88 75 CHEVY CAPRICE g;: At 74Mrs. dynamic Kelly said, he outstanding wants to see a '

Johns Dies in Union
Ruby agricultural program
4 Door HT
: BlueS t
4 Door Pretty
a.- County, one that the board will COMPLETELY
Power Windows aI Ruby B. Johns, 74 a Lake Cemetery with DeWitt be proud of. He also detailedthe
$4995 I $4195 lifetime resident of Starke, C. Jones Funeral Home in 4-H work in progress and '
THEATRE. died Monday morning, July 5, charge of arrangements. then presented a new budget -- INSTALLED
:a:" after a long illness. amounting to $12.602, which is ?
74 BUICK CENTURY business $862 from last year.
DODGE CORONET Mrs. Johns was a up
:75 1h tti.6m& .
5 Big DaysFri woman, served on the city Commissioner Paul Riherd '
Coupe Vinyl Top 2 Door Luxus "''ftE. council for 12 years and was ll said the board will start workon ./
r Clean Loaded Thru. Tues I I its new budget in about 30 /
Sharp Car :i chairman four years, and was ;
named Woman of the Year in t days.A :
Marjoe Gortner Inlice number of proposed S1490
$3495 $3495 a 1955 by the Starke Business
WELLS'MASTERPIECE and Professional Women'sQub department budgets were r
1 submitted including one ,
for her outstanding civic
COUPE S' charter ',, totaling $211,074 for Sheriff .j]
13 CHEVY 74 CHEVY NOVA activities. She was a
r r rYr' member of( the board of directors a John Whitehead. The budgetis ((2-TON SYSTEM)
U IMPALA 4 Door .a of First Federal Savings "The best part of a real up a little from last year's,

AC.HTPS, PB ACPS.PB and Loan Association of estate bargain is the neigh but the increase was plus any necessary ,
until her explained satisfactorily
Starke and served
death on the board of Guar- electrical work
$2495 !2t$5 anty Federal Savings & Loan
-tc tAN Association.Mrs. Appreciation Day
12 fORD GRAN 74 PINTO STATION Johns served as chair

-tt TORINO WAGON man several of the years March, was of Dimes active for in [ To 4 The People Of SAVE $$ ON

it 2 Door AT.PS.PB, Extra Clean the Heart Fund, the Red Cross
Power Windows Stereo Low Milage Motor Corps, and going backto Bradford County YOUR ELECTRIC

..MERIC.... INTERNATIONAL PICTuRe World War II served as a
: $1995 $1895tt volunteer in the USO BILL
Mrs. Johns was elected to
301DRIVEIN the Starke city council in 1955 Powells Dairy Freezeand
71 FORD L.T.D Carrier"* now "SUPER I I"t
70 FORD MUSTANG served until her retirement llllll
III nl
4 Door PSPB.AC in 1967. "Miss Ruby"and E" unit i is new also
-tt harp Car was chairman in 1962, 63, available. Demand to IIIIIIIIIIII dllllllllg?
Fast Back New Tires *" 5 Days 64 and again in 1967. She was Brings Back Old FashionIce see { compari- ii

instrumental in the foundingof sons baler.fici.ncy. you buy. I N Illllll Ihi I I
Starke Recreation
: $995 $995 Fri Thru Tues Department and was its most Carrier beats them all ,

Marilyn Bums In ardent supporter on the city I Cream Prices up to 70% depending
it 14 VEGA 73 VEGA council. She.was instrumentalin l en the brand.

HATCHBACK STATION WAGON m separating the Utilities
from the city
M AC Auto Trans AC 4 Speed X: Department clerk's office as the town

C. $1795 $1295 grew Born Sept. 27, 1901 in Reg 25c 10

"THE Starke, Mrs. Johns was a
member( the Woman's Club, Vanilla
69 CHEVY CAMERO 12 fiAT COUPE DS !:! the Business and ProfessionalWomen's
Club, and Daughtersof Chocolate
AT Air Cond Gas Saver : the American Revolution, Cones Plus Tax
CHAINSAW and the First Baptist Church. BRANDS AND MAKES OF AIR '
$995 Survivors Include a son, Twists
$995 1x 1 MASSACRE" L.M. Gaines of Starke; a brother CONDITION SYSTEMS SERVICED

E. Jasper Bennett of Lakeof 0d// PROMPTLY AND ECONOMICAL.SAWYER .
five sisters orders Good FrI ,
coon tgnuisiainciunsmua [R-]** Lakes; : Mss.
:c Lucille Mundorff, Mrs. call 10 O(1\e( & Sat. Only l-Y. 0" "
: PLUS Crosby and Mrs. Floy Sullivan ..1.e\C\ eICO"_0"61.5'
: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS all o( Starke; Mrs. Ruth" "5
Calhoun of Jacksonville, and D(]I OO(3( a a J
413.4470 1 473.4075 "Torso"Showtime Mrs. Rhoda Underhill of St..
and three grandsons
it Petersburg
( 8:45): ) Terry, David, and Air .
July Sale Wholesale Prices Richard Funeral Games services, all were of Starke.held fJ/olirm: ll ((3(3( ((3

--- - 332 W. Madison StarkePh.
- 7,
-- r" Wednesday afternoon, July
US 301 N. 964-6567
from the First Baptist Church 964-77O1
with Rev Ben Bryant officiat
ing. Burial was in Crosby

SUMMER. ON 1tOUT. al 473-3775 .i

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((2 Single Wide Repos For $20000 Down With Payments As Low A$ SIRHOO Monthly

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Olin's 12 Wide Mobile Home With Monthly Payments Under

$ inQOO .Down PaJmlntsAsSmaUAsl0Dawn

Mobile Homes PerMo.Which Includes Television Stereo Fully Furnished

Hwy 100 starke 964-5008 FHA Available On New Homes Even Dishes & Linens

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