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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 15, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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top county officeholders have escaped so far without opposition in this year's election, but
there are still three days left to qualify.
Deadline for qualifying is noon Tuesday, July 20.
Bradford County Sheriff Dolph Reddish, surprisingly is without opposition as he bids for his
second term. The 43-year-old) Reddish, who succeeded his father in the post, is a veteran of 19
years of law enforcement in the county and is a graduate of FBI law enforcement training.

Also running unopposed is
county clerk Gilbert "Gib"
Brown, trying for his second
BCH EmployeesAir term in the job he was
appointed to,upon the death of
Charles Darby tax collector
JR. Kelly, and Neva Flynn,
Supervisor of Elections.

-- .. ---- Complaints Property Appraiser Gene
Long, 55, who has been in that
Librarian Martha Minx and library employee Sandy Davis check the Inside, and driver Sandy Davis will wrestle the wheel In the cool comfort of the post for nearly 24 years has
specifications of the Bradford County Library's new bookmobile, soon to be In truck's airconditioning.The some opposition this time:
I service. bookmobile route will have stops at Brooker, Hampton, Lawtey. and Jimmy Alvarez. Alvarez, a
others, to be firmed up when the truck Is ready for service by the end of the Before TrusteesWith senior at the University of
Minx said the bookmobile will carry 1.300 books in the birch veneer shelves month. Florida,has been active in the
Future Farmers of Americaand

complaints of low pay the one in use at Shands is a past State FFA
I County's First Bookmobile Service SetBradford and fewer privileges heading Teaching Hospital and President of the organization.
the list in a special meeting Alachua General Hospital in Thirty-six year old Elzie
last Thursday, July 8, the Gainesville, and other area Sanders Is running unopposedfor
County's first assembled by Gerstenslager loaded now. She said it was gine, and a 12volt generator sing Home and the Handyway Bradford County Hospital's hospitals, and that it would re-election to his second
bookmobile will be in serviceby Co. in Wooster, Ohio and cost being inspected by architect which acts as an internal power Market at the intersection of board of trustees heard more remain in effect. term as county judge. Sandersis
the end of the month 24335. It was paid for by a Robert E. Taylor to insure source. It provides power SR-18 and SR-225 north of than 20 grievances presentedby a graduate of the Universityof
according to Bradford County federal grant through the that it met the library's for air conditioning and Starke. hospital employees.Dissatisfaction "Many of you are worth Florida law school.
librarian Martha Minx, and Library Services and specifications.The electric outlets inside the Mrs. Minx said the schedulewill with the two more money than you get School SuperintendentRichard
will be making stops in Hampton Construction Act. large brown-and-off bookmobile. be released when the percent pay Increase received here, and I don't begrudge Jockel has
Brooker, Lawtey and Mrs. Minx said the white truck is equipped with Other stops to be made by bookmobile has completed earlier this month was anyone who goes somewhereelse announced he won't seek election
Santa Fe Lake. bookmobile will carry 1,300 an International Harvester the bookmobile when it begins inspection and the shelves expressed by employees. for more pay. We do the to the post he was
The bookmobile was books, which are ready to be chassis, an eight cylinder en- service are the Starke Nur- have been loaded with books. They complained the raise. best we can to keep" the appointed to upon the resignation
was offset by the removal of hospital doors open, Dodd of Jim Temple, and two
duty free lunch periods. said of the low pay candidates have qualified to

I Out Of County Dumpers May Have To PayOutofcounty employees Previously worked, eight hospital hours costs complaints.Explaining that hospital Casey run for, a superintendent.veteran of two termsas Tom
too
and had one-half hour free for were great to grant superintendent, has 25
lunch. Now they must take higher pay increases, Dodd years' experience in local
dumpers at they should be covered, when' nearer Starke so the refuse sent to the governor and cab E.W.Hodges that surveying is their lunch period while on added that kitchen facilities education. In the 1972 race, he
the Keystone landfill on SR-- they should be covered what won't have to be hauled as far.-, inet. now complete on the new duty, and may be called awayat had been in use late at night was beaten by Jim Temple by
100 in Bradford County may type of soil to use,-and all that The first of the county's five The commission also heard landoi ait*near Brooker.The any time.' "- when the kitchen should have 57 votes. Casey's opponent for
soon be paying for the stuff. This is not something we new dumping sites is alreadyin from Dr. F. Barton' Wells, site 3 one of five planned by Board Chairman Bill Dodd been locked. superintendent will be Dewey
privilege, Bradford County Just decided to" do. We were operation at Lawtey When applying for a part-time position the County Commission. said the practice Identical to (See Page 1C) McKlnneYr Starke Element-
commissioners warned again into it. the$200,000 garbage collection as county health principal.Two .
Monday, July 12. During the brief, 2",4 hour project is complete there will director. Currently the health seats are open on the
Stressing that Bradford meeting it was learned that be five such sites around the director in nine counties school board and each has
County residents and tax- the new 40-acre landfill site at county. A truck will haul huge Wells told the commission ,"" ., only one candidate so far.
payers who haul their trash the end of the Lincoln City 40 cubic yard containers to the he'd like to add Bradford and -- A.N. Holliday. now in his
would not be charged Road is nearing completionand central landfill near Keystoneand Union counties and drop threeof ( .... second term on the board, is
Commissioner Ralph Bryan will be in operation soon. then to the Lincoln Road the counties he currently \0 running for the district 3 seat.
again suggested using wind The county had been site. The next dumping site handles.This would put all the "' T Holliday had a previous term
shield stickers for local searching for a new landfill will probably be built near counties he handles in the .) ; : on the board, from 1964-68.
residents and taxpayers site for months before settling Brooker when a suitable site same Health and Rehab- t \ .> j' In the District 4 School
similar to ones used for on the Lincoln City Road site. can be located. ilitative Services (HRS) dis t'j Board race, Vernon Par-
vehicle Inspection. Those with All county and city garbage is The commission also voted trict. ''j menter is so far running
the stickers would be allowedto now being buried in the land- unanimously to go 50-50 with Commissioner George unopposed for the position
use the landfill free, but fill off SR-100 two miles westof the state to purchase a third Roberts was skeptical of 'I..:; vacated by retiring member
out-of-county dumpers would Keystone Heights but that emergency rescue vehicle for anyone's ability to handle the Rodney Hall, a veteran of 16
have to purchase coupons In landfill will be filled up beforetoo the county Commissioner health-director duties for that years on the board.
order to dump trash there. many months. Bryan pointed out that one of many counties. Wells replied ; '- The most hotly contested
The commission took no State environmental control the present two ambulances that many of the counties are a seaton the county commission
action at this time, however. officials turned down land currently in use has 33,000 small and didn't require L appears to be the District 1
"This (the new landfill surrounding the KH landfillas miles on it"Which is just much time. He said he would ; M (Lawtey) seat. IncumbentD.L.
sites) is not something we a future landfill site, forc- about the limit of probably spend one day a "Dave" Shuford seekinghis
wanted to do by the way," ing the commission to seek an dependability for an week in Bradford county if j third term on the commission -
Bryan pointed out. "The envir alternative site. The board emergency vehicle." appointed."I has two challengers:
oepple uui decided since it had to find a In other business, the 1 spend most of my time Mitchell Brown, 49. a Lawtey
existing told
landfills, us howUTrfcr new site it might as well be commission followed the handling the VD and TB insurance agent trying for his
recommendation of Property clinics and administrativematters first term on the commission,
Appraiser Gene Long and ," he said. "What you and V.L.Starling. Starling, 52,
Lawtey Sets agreed to sign a resolution need is someone to 'watch the is a Lawtey resident, and is
I iLl1t Etiuin!! opposing the new computerized store'-to act as liason bet- also making his first run for
tax appraisal system. ween HRS and the district ad- the commission. He is
Twice Weekly This system would cost the ministration...This involvesno Incumbents Clerk of the Court t Gib Brown Tax Collector.J.R. Kelly, and Sheriff Dolph Reddish employed as a diesel refriger-
county $5,000 a year, Long change in budget, I qualified for re-election Mood ly, July It.ill ation mechanic in Jacksonville -
said, and added: will work within your the limita- Brown Is seeking his second fi term since assuming the Clerk's post in 1970. Kelly is trying for .
r1Sat. Garbage Up I "This thing is a 947-page tions of the budget." his eighth term, and Reddish Is i seeking his second term as Sheriff In the District 5 county commission

document and it's just goingto In other business, the com- race Hazel Paulk is
Garbage will be picked up be real hard for us all to live mission: running for her first full term.
twice per week in Lawtey, on with" The resolution Is to be -heard a request from Mrs. She was defeated in a 1968 bid
J Mondays and Fridays, the city Muriel Lee of the Regional In- Mayor Stalls Action for the position, and was
commission decided at its formation and Referral Ser- appointed by Governor Askewto
July 6 meetings.J.W. Cooper Draws vice for $489 in matching serve the remainder of her
(Bud) Barber, long- funds from the county. The late husband's term. She is
time city garbageman, has Service maintains a toll-free begin opposed by Joe Pente-
been rehired to collect the 15 Years For "hot line" for information On Comprehensive PlanMayor cost, 56, a retired leadermanin
..July 17 garbage and do some street about a referral to social ser a shipyard
work. The city will have no vice agencies. Two-term commissioner
ANNUAL REUNION regular maintenance man for Child MolestingLonnie -received this year's program Charles Schaefer planning council. Marc Jack- ated, and advocated working Ralph Bryan is seeking another
Frltr-Conn streets but will hire as needed, report from County Extension stalled action on a compre- son and Vernon( Silcox with the county. term. The 44-year-old
Lake Butler as was the practice in hiring Cooper, 40, of Director Bobby Tay hensive plan by the Starke favored the joint effort with Silcox contended that DuPont accountant is being
Woman's Club Leo Dyal. lor. The details Charles Justice opposed by Maxie Cat'er' Jr.,
Starke, was sentenced to 15 report county city council last Tuesday, July the county. executive
----- Barry Watts Is handling the agent contacts and activitiesin director of the planning coun- a Starke resident and unsuccessful -
9 he couldn't make
years in prison Friday,July 6, saying up "I
OVAL at 20 hours haven't thought about it. candidate sheriff in
CEMETERY gas system per for molesting a agriculture, home econo- his mind whether the city cil, advocated working with
Working week but will do no street sexually mics and youth affairs I just haven't made up my the county. 1972.
seven-year-old) child March should work with the county mind"
7JO.m. work. -was read a letter from the Mayor Schaefer said Epps disagreed, saying
The Lawtey prison center is 20The Department Transportation The city Is under a federal In voting against both propo- Justice recommended plan- Accidents
Monday, July If maintaining the county charge of performing a explaining the delay in the re government mandate to havea sals, thus blocking action last ning on the lowest possible
dumping site at Lawtey, since "lewd and lascivious act on surfacing of SR 225 from Law- comprehensive plan for the week. local level. In Starke s case,
DINNER MEETING the prison is its biggest user and in the presence of a child" tey toSR 16.Slow receipt of an future prepared by July 1979. Jackson moved to go with that would be the city. Injure Nobody
ElktandElkttte* and felt it needed more accessto arose after Cooper saw two asphalt delivery was The North Central Florida the county, and Silcox seconded. Clerk Merrill Edwards recommended James Alvin DeSue, 20, of
':45 Dinner the dump than the city was children collecting pop bottles responsible for the delay. Planning Council's (NCFPC) Epps and Warren voted that the council Starke, escaped serious
1:00 Meeting giving. for refunds the morning of -delayed action on a zoning program Is to coordinate against the motion and were take the advice of its injury July 11 after being
The city also received two March 20Cooper appeal from Frank Porreca plans among cities and coun- joined by Schaefer, killing committeeman, Epps. struck on the left side of his
July 1f.2J Comprehensive Employment a July 27 zoning hearing ties and assist in preparing that move. Councilman Jackson while
told the children he pending urged car attempting to makea
then moved for
Training Act positions as had bottles at his trailer, and Porreca, who was deniedhis the plans Epps a 2- Mayor Schaefer to make up left turn.According.
STOP SMOKINGCivil combination policefiremen.At they went to get them later request to have eight acres Commissioner Harold Epps, way effort with the city his mind to save $900 and go to the Florida
Defense Bldg. the July 6 meeting the rezoned from rural the city's representative on and plan council, and Warren with the
hat morning. He was open county, or pay $900 to Highway Patrol report, DeSue
7JO p.m council hired Charles Carter arrested by Starke police (agricultural)) to R1C (where the NCFPC, said the city seconded. Jackson and Silcox have a separate book for the was traveling west on SR.229
and former highway when they responded to a call houses and mobile homes can should begin work now on the were joined by Schaefer in city. It was pointed out the three miles west of Starke
Tues,July 20 patrolman Everett Phillips. and found the child In his be built on half an acre), plan. Epps said the city could opposition, killing that move. city could excerpt part of the when he was struck by a car
CAR SAFETYFor Carter has been working for trailer blamed the denial on a petition work with the planning council Warren's amendment to the final report and make a driven by R.C, Williams, 44, of
Women the city under the CETA program from his neighbors to the at a cost of $766 per year motion to require a separate city report. Trenton.
Brooker Co mm.Center7p since last April. Cooper said he had been zoning commission. (At the over the next three years, or report for the city while separate work- Jackson again moved to go Both drivers were taken to
.m.Stjr There is no longer a position drinking whiskey during the time of the original denial, work in a Joint effort with ing with the county died for with the county; Silcox Bradford County Hospital and
available as fireman; that job morning and had no memory commissioners were Bradford County: the city, and lack of a second. seconded. Warren's amend- released. Williams was
-...or held by James Waters, of the Incident. He said after presented with a petition the planning council at a cost ment called for separate city charged with driving while Intoxicated -
expired June 30. Waters sleptin he told the children he had signed by 106 persons, protes- r11366 per year over the next Zoning Board Member AI reports, and Epps seconded.
dantmunltvj the fire station at night. bottles In his trailer, he ting that the proposed rezon- three years. Crosby spoke up then, asking Schaefer voted against the Also on July 11, Lawrence
From now on the city will returned home and went to Ing would ruin the agricultural Schaefer voted "no" on the council how the city and amendment, then against the Schneider, 21, of Loughman.
&tatr Sank
have 24-hour police and fire sleep. nature of the area by per each proposal after the other county plans could be separ- motion, breaking a 2-2 tie In ran off US-301 on his Suzuki
__.r.upT. protection now through the Cooper said he remained mitting mobile homes to be four members tied up. Epps ated. Crosby said the plans of each case on the third vote, motorcycle six miles south of
.--.. police-firemen. Including asleep until being awakenedby and Joe Warren wanted the land use where the city and
,_._.ww..Lww built on the property.) and effectively stalling action Starke near the Intersection of
. Marshal M.M. Jordan. the police. -was told by Commissioner city to go.it alone with Uw county join should be coordin See Page 5)) SR221.P.K. .






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It Stork Shower Given For Mrs Wimpy


Mrs. Richard Wimpy was The refreshment! table was Games with prizes were 64.ide PI" PTheewlodye / !
honored at a stork shower covered with a yellow gingham enjoyed by the 24 guests which
Monday night held in the cloth and centered withan Included the honoree's grandmother -
Madison Street Baptist arrangement of yellow and Mrs. C.W. Buff and 1I/oofy i Jociiiy Gdito.,
I Church Fellowship Hall. orange summer flowers and a sister Mrs. Brenda Thomas. .
Hostesses were Mrs. Buddy stork. The gift table had a The hostesses presented the .
Packham, Mrs. Leaton Morgan yellow linen cloth and was honoree with an automatic
,III,Mrs. Bert McGee and centered with a playpen flower baby swing as a memento of Mrs. Carol Byers Shower HonoreeMrs. rJacksons
Mrs. Gary Osteen.
decoration.
the occasion. for decorated cake encircled with
Ronald Byers, the Host Dinner
mer Carol Richards a recent flowers. Flowers also encircled -
bride,was honored at a bridal the punch bowl. Mrs. PartyJuly 10
shower Thursday night, June Dodd presided at the punch

Going Out Of r 17,held in the Fellowship Hallof bowl the cake.and Mrs. Alday served Mr.and Mrs. W.T.Jackson, i.
the Madison Street Baptist
Church. Games with prizes were I. Sr. were hosts at a dinner ?
Mrs. enjoyed by the 30 guests dur- party Saturday evening, July "
Hostesses were the hours, 8 and 10 10,for their son, Rick,and his
NP. ing party

Business SALE !IU I Joyner Edward Mrs. William, Mrs.Akridge Jack Dodd Mrs.Underhill, Mrs., p.m.Mrs.Among Richard the guests Richards were bourne fiancee,,following Clydle Merrill the. couple'swedding of Mel. r Yet

Derk- mother of the honoree, andMrs. rehearsal.The
Harold Epps,Mrs.Oren
dinner was held in the
Al
Mrs.Charles Scott,Mrs. Byers.
p To 70 % Off Of Present Retail l man Leaton Morgan, Jr., Mrs. The hostesses presented the Fellowship Hall Church of St.in Paul'sMethodist Mel-
of stainless
Dwayne Alday Mrs. A.W honoree with a set
50% To 60% Off Of Every Item In Stock! Chapman and Mrs William steel waterless cookware and bourne.The tables were covered
Dukes. mixing bowls as a memento of
with white cloths with garlands -
Every Thing Must Go NOWI! The refreshment table was the occasion.
covered with a'checkered Mr. and Mrs. Byers were of daises inter-
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married March 26 in Marion, spersed with and car-
cloth and centered with a
.Pant Suits .Jeans
', N.C. by"Rev. Don Piper. nations balanced by blue and
.BlousesJewelry 'U"'p" To; .Dresses Cookout Held white candles at each end. Joy Lame,
:
Diann Moore, Deborah Thigpen, Miniature bride dolls held
700& Off .Tank Tops baskets of colored mints at Keith TetstoneEngagement
.Shorts Halters Saturday NightAt EstanMosher Rex Underhill each place setting.
During the social hour the

No Checks Cash Or Bank Americard And Master Charge Only I Douglas HardysMrs. To Wed July 17 To Wed. August 14 honored to their couple attendants presentedgifts and to

Late Shipment Just Arrived! Carolyn Redgrave Miss Dlann Moore and each other. The bride's par- Mr. and of Mrs. O.MV Yarborough -
Ladies Fall Skirts Wide Assortment Of Colors And Prints Mrs. George Miller and Mrs. Estan Mosher will be united in Announcement is made of ents presented the couple witha the engagement Starke announce of their

Available In Sizes 8.18 Hurry Buy While Sizes Douglas Hardy entertained at marriage Saturday July 17 at the approaching marriage of family Bible. daughter Joy Laine, to KeithM.
in Level Miss Deborah L. Thigpen, Guests included Rev. and
a hamburger cookout Saturday 8 p.m. the Pine Bap .
Are Complete daughter of Mrs.Lucille Hank Mrs.Ben Rider, Mr. and Mrs. Tetstone son of Mrs. Mildred
i/2 Off night at the home of the tist Church with a reception Tetstone of
Starke and
in and Gerald Thigpen, to Rex Courtney and daughter
latter on E. Call Street following the church Fellowship Zenas Tetstone of
Guests included the Hall. M. Underhill, son of Mr. and Carla Mr. and Mrs. David Gainesville.
'j''' SALE Starts Thurs 15th Underhill all of and Miss Laine is a 1975 graduate -
?' \ July employees of Charley Johns All friends and relatives are Mrs. Vasco Strickland daughter of Bradford High
+ Agency and Community State invited to attend.DUPLICATE. Starke. Melissa and Mr. and Mrs. School, is
husbands P.D. Loudon of Tampa.BIRTHS. employed by
Bank, their and
,,. ." All Sales Final wives. BRIDGE The wedding is planned for junior Andrews in the Drug College Store of and Educa.is a
'. ; fJ/6" hamburger cookout was CLUB RESULTSMr. Saturday, August 14, at 7:30:
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",11 11'lI+/!+'; I a W / } No Refunds held on the patio which was and Mrs. E.G. p.m. at the home of the pros- tion at the University of Flo-
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,.,,iJ decorated with colored lights Wainwright were the winning pective groom's parents witha rida.Mr.
'!iuliliilh/i,1.II,. Or .
.!. / Exchanges couple at Duplicate Bridge following.All Tetstone is a 1973 gra
,.!''}! and arrangements of mari reception
.
,I.d. -=- golds. The buffet table was Tuesday night. Mrs. Clyde friends and relatives are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond duate of Bradford High
138 E. Call Starke ssss covered with a white linen Terwillegar and Mrs. Lex invited to attend. Durban of Lawtey announcethe School and is presently servo
ing in the U.S. Navy, Camp
Green were second and Mrs.P. .
cloth and also held an birth of a son, Raymond
Pendleton,Calif as a hospital
Johnson and Miss B.
arrangement of marigolds. Marvin, born July 3 in
OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 9.30 A.M. Til! 4:30: P.M. Forty guests enjoyed the Brenke were third.REGISTER Alachua General Hospital. corpsman.A December wedding is
occasion. Maternal grandparents are

---...----..........""" -.- -... "- GIRL SCOUT NOW CAMP FOR Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rosierof .planned. .
Lawtey. -------------
Registration for NeyatI Girl Mr. and Mrs. Haywood
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Scout day camp, August 2 Dugger of Hawthorne
Mr. and Mrs.S.L. Peek, Jr.
through August 6 at Camp announce the birth of a son, Mrs. James Starling and returned Saturday after three
Neyati at Kingsley Lake may Alen Haywood born July 12 in daughters, Jana and Julie, weeks in New York, London
be made by calling or writing Alachua General Hospital. spent last Monday to Wednesday Paris and Amsterdam. They
SOFA SLEEPER to Gateway Council or Mrs. Grandparents" are Mr. and in Cross City'witb Rev. visited Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood
Carolyn Eaves, director. Mrs. Guy Dugger of Haw- James' Starling, whp'..was Walters in Martinsville Va.
and Mr. and Mrs. Ovid
Registration fee is 10.00; thorne there on business. while enroute to New York.
non-scout, $12.00. Norman of Waldo.





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Kathleen McGrlff of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goldwlre Mr.and Mrs.Charles Hardy Models
; Gainesville spent the past two and family of Toledo, Ohio and daughters, Mrs. Charles
\ weeks with her grandmother, spent the past two weeks at Francis and Mrs. Robert Mil-
Mrs. G.J. McGriff, Sr. their cottage on Santa Fe ner, Jr and Mrs. Hardy's Machine Shop Work
Lake. Their sons, Hal, Greg mother Mrs. G.E. McGauley
! Miss Adrienne Barry spent and Ryan remained with their attended the wedding of a
Saturday to Wednesday with grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. niece, Debbie' McGauley to Engine Balancing
her grandparents. Mr. and Gilbert Goldwire for the Steve Weeks Saturday night in
II I Mrs.berry.W.N. Barry in New- month of July.Melanie Jacksonville Milner was at which soloist Mrs. Welding & Fabrication

I and Lex Green, III accompanied by Mrs. Fran-
of Gainesville spent the week- cis.
Mrs.W.H. Holland spent the end with their grandmother, Heli Arc Gas & Electric
past three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green.
of
Mrs. G.E. McGauley
Mrs.Terry Walters in Gaines
Tcrrci Automotive
Palatka spent Wednesday to
Mrs. W.H. Hart returned Sunday with her soninlawand
ville.Mr.
r f ..ss Friday after a weeks visit daughter, Mr. and Mrs. 468-1353
and Mrs. R.R. Chism i
with her sister, Mrs. L.W. Charles Hardy.Mr. .
and son, Robin, returned Fri
Strickland in Wildwood and
day after ten S. Waldo On S. 200 A
days vacationing
in Clearwater Mr. and Mrs. Mike May in and Mrs. Joe Gissy and
,Busch Gardensand
s.,} 4Fr + Disney World and also Ocala. Mrs. Robbie Shaller accompanied fromSt. 3'/ To 4 M. S. Of Waldo Off Hwy 301

visited their son-in-law and Mrs.Pearl Colson is visiting Edward's 12 young Catholic people Churchto
-Tr daughter Mr. and Mrs. Herb Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rizer and an outing at Crescent Beachon I,
o Johnson and son in relatives in Orlando this week. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief Mrs. Gwen King in Quincy
Tallahassee.Mrs. See( I'aRe 13)) visited Mrs. Sybil Betts and over the weekend.flhiEF .
.
W.H. Noegel, Jr. suffered
a broken arm in a fall at
their store last week.


-- -.--- Col. and Mrs. H.M. Hatcher I
: and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hat
cher of Orlando returned Sunday
) after 18 days tour to
Atlanta, Nashville St. Louis,
A Shine Run? Yellowstone National Park J.
and points of interest enroute.
S.(.J.Denmark and Denmark Furniture crew skips town No, Dot really S.G.Ju.NI them
up for a trip to barbershop unload those tancywhiskersandmustaches on corrfnelVnN.f; Mrs. J.D. < THEGAT'S
bicentennial celebrations. John C.
grandson, Odom of
Shown :.Miller. anti Steve Uf'nmark.l\lartha went along tosupervisetheoperation.lloweveronesoecul) r Johnson and children, Curtis,
commented that they looked like the Beverly Hillbillies! making a shine run. Suzanne and Sandra and
Marcl Odom of Live Oak and

"Women On The Road" Is TopicOfJuly2OMeetingForLudies ;]);J1/o w .'. Alescia Uchey Odom returned of New Thursday Port

aiter two weeks trip to Phila-
... ..
Mr.and Mrs.. Kicnard Welty del>hia and Washington, D.C.
The Cooperative Extension homemaker to keep her and children, Adrienne and ,
Service will present a !90 minute household running smoothly. Jason spent the weekend with Revs and Mrs. John Flynn
presentation of "WOMENON Don't miss this opportunity Mrs. Welty's mother, Mrs. returned last Wednesday after
THE KOAD" for ALL to gain information at this Jane Ward at Cocoa Beach. a montVs vacation in the New
women to attend on 7 p m. presentation that some day They brought back their F.1gtandstates.. They also AWAY
Tuesday. July 20, at the may "save your life." If you daughter, Lenore, who had visited; thoir son-in-law and
Brooker Community Center. need additional information, spent two weeks with her daughter\((t":" and Mrs. Frank
Highway/ Patrolman. Sgt. phone %4-6554. grandmother.Miss Cogdell Mass. in N. Attleboro,
Paul Carter, will show women
O+O"
Oro O returnedto
safety precautions and how to Independence Joy Andrews, Mo. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. David Moore
protect themselves Eddie while on ;/jJ YOJflDUI after ten days visit and children, Dana and Chris
the.highway.manager of Holiday Ilipplmlier. Inn- with her parents, Mr. and topher, of Yulee spent the THE MICE WILLPLAY
Mrs. Levon Andrews.Mr. weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
Gulf, will. demonstrate simple Mrs. L.A. Canova visited Aubrey Moore.
her sister, Mrs. Blanche Otto
.
car repair techniques.L'nlike .and Mrs.T.H.Slade and
the "good ole days" in Seminole several days last Mrs. Hilda Forehand of Mr. and Mrs. B.Y. Saxon
when the man did most of the week. Albany, Ga. have returned and family of Melbourne were
driving: today driving is after four months at Ocean weekend guests of Mr. and
;: practically a necessity for the Mrs.visiting C.C.her Hoppe sisters of Tampais Mrs Reef and the Bahama Islands. Mrs. S.G. Denmark.

OL. Beasley and Mrs. J.W.
Kincaid this week.SUMMER .
i ,
BIRTHSMr. SALE :JBarLing o+Cot
Now Going On At
and Mrs. David Mooreof LEILA'S DRESS & GIFT a s Mac Baldwin Is In Switzerland And
Yulee announce the birth of SHOP ; Dog Grooming &
;: a son. Christopher David 132 E.Call Street rf
:. born June 19 in St. Luke's 45051Open 9-5:10',:. Bathing
.::; parents Hospital.are Maternal Rev. and grand-Mrs.W.B. All Breeds While He's Gone We're Gonna

.' Mercer of Yulee and Mrs. Christine Altman of
:= paternal grandparents are Richmond, Va. was visitingher 404 W. Madison St. Starke
.' Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey R. brother-in-law and sister, Closed sun. & Mon''
-. Moore of Starke. Mrs. Moore Mr. and Mrs. F.B. Beard last ii Call For Appointment
-.;' is the former Linda Mercer. week. 964.5221 (Next To Pf99',,3"8.80I Wiggly SELL SOME CARS !


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Hazel Paulk RIGHT AND THE PRICE IS RIGHT TOO!

Asks ElectionTo We fill more than two million prescriptions each month. Our volume means lower prices, and
prescriptions filled from the freshest possible drugs exactly as your doctor ordered.
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LIMIT ONE

40 TABLETS REG, SUPER HOLD,
d''I \ EFfERDENTDENTURE ULTIMATE HOLD
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ktflazel
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Paulk THE 09 LIMIT :.:

County District Commission 5 _CLEANSER40Z STRENGTH EXTRA- LONE 77 ONE 59 ::+:
PAIN
When Mrs. Hazel Paulk was UNSCENTED.LIMIt; RELIEVER .:=:.
appointed to the Bradford SCENTED OR .:.'
County Commission seat left
vacant by the death of her ARM& :,.:.:
husband, Dave Paulk, she =
: :
brought with her many yearsof 53 .:.
education experience in business and HAMMED 1 '.;

Mrs. Paulk took over TEXAS INSTRUMENTCALCULATOR REDWOOD & ALUMINUM GALAXY
ownership of her husband's DEODORAHTLIMIT
heavy equipment contracting
business when Paulk retiredin LAWNFURNITURE 3 SPEED ;;
1972, and operated it until -
}
she retired last July.In ONE 8 DIGIT 4 FUNCTION OSCILLATING ,

this job bidding she gained, road -.. EX.RAABSORBENT CAPABILITY PLUS 16-INCH
experience in 9 1
construction, purchase and t PAMPERS PERCENT KEY I DOUBLE TUBULAR CURVED
maintenance of all types of .' a ar 1 l' MODEL TI-1200 .. t I ALUM ARMS., ENDS ARE FAN -
equipment, record keeping, j l r SPUN.
DAYTIME
and payroll. REG. $39.99
Mrs. Paulk acted as her CHAISE
husband's secretary when he A 18"O88
f1 24'sWET REG 22 88
commissioner, and
was a '
assumed his committee \ 34
assignments after her LIMIT ONE 888. CHAIRREG ,
Reubin TOWELETTES 11 88
appointment by Gov. POPM GIST x 2151
Askew Dec. 12. (1
"I 1 did not accept this post ONES Aft( _
with any drastic changes in ,
mind. I realized I would onlybe
the fifth spoke in the wheel 30 CT.PORTA. o-Jj ALUMINUMFOLDING SELF PROPELLED
with the other commissioners It. ,
making the wheel complete," PACK MOWER =
Mrs.Paulk said in a prepared
statement ... 22 INCH CUT 3'/.HP :;;
OMAN AM STIIEO
BA G GSiSTRATTONEGINE1'i
She did not limit her activities =
as commissioner to her BEACH TOWEL AUTO 8 TRACK BED _
which
assigned committees L 8
6 FT WITH INCH
included library, fair JACQUARD ASSORTED -
-
association, agriculture, civil TAPE PLAYER FOAMMATTRESS ":"
DESIGNS VERY
defense, CUBB agency and LEFT AND RIGHT SLIDE CONTROLS ::::
the building and grounds ABSORBENT FOR VOLUME AND BALANCE r :;

committees."I I was still available > 1:11 1 us;,, ECKERD ... /:; 16 88 REG 13988 ::=:-
88
other places when and wh'..e I BRAND 2 :? i 9 REG.
might be needed, such as rid 3r ., rv \\ 23 2995 REG GRASS
CATCHER ='
ing checking with the our problems road chairman of our 6 F 300 CT. 3 99 r 2099 REG 9 99 7.18 _

roads," she said.
Mrs.Paulk also traveled out

of ment town the before county.to inspect being road purchasedby equip- COSMETIC SURF-RIDER HEARING AID 32 QUART GASOLINE LAWN POWERED -JrJ-


She said before being 29X48 INCH RUBBERIZED BATTERY SALE! --- -
appointed to the commissionby PUFFS CANVAS. WITH SAFETY. ICE CHEST EDGER =
_: :
Gov. Askew they asked HAND ROPE ALL S41E-PAKOF6 -
her if she would be willing to
AROUND. A': REG. .375, 2"
run for office at the end of the ) BATTERIES

term."I am She now said asking yes.the peopleof LIMIT >-.:-;: I rt- S13E-PAKOF6 PLASTIC MOLDED WITH POLY .

Bradford County to let me ONE $ ) BATTERIES REG .369, 2" HINGED LID
588 -
continue to serve them as REG
their county commissioner. I 49 s EP675E-P4K OF 6 109 97 2 H P. =---
ask them to let my past recordbe REG 375221 REG BRIGGS
the judge for my future" l;;;; BATTERIES 12.99 STRATTON
:Mrs Paulk was born in 988 .N I ENGINE :
Bradford County, and is the REG S76E-PAK OF 6 + THREE ::.:
daughter Margie: Underhill. 797 BATTERIES REG. 439. 2MEN'S AVOCADO10X17X6 OR I WHEELS ==--
and the late Walter Underhill.She
taught in the local -
elementary school until 1934. _
INCHES --
when Paulk. she married Dave VINYL REAL -

She is a member of the COMPLETE 15 98 HIBACHI GRILL I IREG. =
CASUAL SHOES
:Madison Street Baptist PUNTERS WITH KILL
Church and is a volunteer MONO 1 REG =
social worker. She is active in LIMIT LINE! Vi ,Fi... COMFORTABLE BOTH GRIDS ARE WOODEN HANDLES ANT AND J.s iA; .r' 3 69 =-
the Woman's Club, Auxiliary TWO CASUAL STYLE ADJUSTABLE lV ==
Volunteer Fire Department / l j, IN WHITE.AND DURABLE -
and in local schools. CAST IRON ROACHKILLER =
SOUTH BEND 730 GRILL fc fcl -.;.
REG
Hil'llUrd Erin III 599 -
ROD AND REEL ,c
Seeks Seat On Fir-t! PLANTERS 6'/ OZ. COMBO : W ,

COCKTAILPEANUTS 6Vi FT 2 PIECE 99 42 OZ Anti f -
88 h
t DUtrU't! Court Bench 1288 REEL FIBERGLASS HAS MULTIPLE ROD 444 6 2 WITH LIQUID Roach -

Richard W Ervin. Ill, DISC DRAG SYSTEM REG. 988 SPRAYER +_-=-_ ==

ublic Defender of the Second

Judicial Circuit. has .
innounced that he is running MASK POM POM 4 QT', ':
or the newly created judge REG PROCTOR SILEXELECTRIC 5 GAL. UTlLIT---- -
,hip of the First District Courtif 65' SNORKEL _;,.
Appeal. FOOTSIES
--- GAS CAN
=
49 ." ICE CREAM ..;.::
trvin.lho was born in Put. 79% COTTON. r
nam County in 1934, has beena 199 21% NYLON ALL METAL WITH ::-
'
resident of Leon County CUSHION SOLE A2 A\ FREEZER DOME TOP _:: -
since 1937 He was educated in
the Leon County public school 1450Deeigned 'd
system received his undergraduate \ 8 8 e _
AN z
degree from Florida for the_child 88 1288EnoY1h.! 4
State University and was a .nd_young edult 1m. REG. REG. "
member of Phi Beta Kappa Rubber_ meek hee J'
honorary society. KILLS FLEAS UP perfect end I fit 3 9 1 19 5.69 -
He from the 'Cellar
graduated p TO 3 MONTHS --
ni\ersity of Florida law y YOU'LL THINK
e'A YOU'RE SEEING
school in 1960 and served as an i 7 'IN. FUSTICPLANTER ALUMINUM SAFETY DOUBLE _.

Attorney Assistant for United the =Northern" States STEP LADDER T
District of Florida He _
practiced law privately and ALL-PURPOSE
was appointed public defenderb ; 41 INCH ALUM ,
former Governor Farris ASSORTED LADDER FOR TWICE THE FILM TWICE THE PRINTS
Bryant in 1963. Ervin and his COLORS HOME ANDGARAGE When you pick up yourdeveloped G.tin.an.s.tofprmtt f
staff have handled than film, end =::
more VAPORETTE SCREWDRIVER REG 49' EA prints with entry roll of color or :
1600 appeals before the District SET buy two rolli of Kodecoloror hock end white film developed :::=
Court of Appeal. DOG OR CAT block end whit.film .for.. end printed ===
the reguler of ?
price one
Ervin is a member of the 29 6-Piece / 0 8 8 I TODAY AND EVERYDAY TODAY AND EVERYDAY
Church in 8
First Presbyterian 1 24 !! =
Tallahassee the Governor'sAdvisory FLEA COLLAR Set No. 50Reg : ===
!
Council of Criminal REG -
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Justice, the Y M.C A.,. the '1" F 988
Florida Bar and the / i i i
Tallahassee Bar Association.
fie is married and has one REG PRICES GOOD ONE FULL WEEK! Thur,Jify 15 Thru Wed., July 21
child. 99' ..
"'I believe" Ervin said. '
'that my experience in the 11IE _i
research and writing of
numerous appellate briefs, as ST..STARKE; ..
well as the numerous 831 SOUTH WALNUT'Y I INllllllll


appearances qualifies made before my for which the this I office Court have," I lilllllllllllllll11111111111111111111119111111111] / /!/ / IIlilIIIIII'IlllllhlilllllilllllllIIII! \\11'! \ \\\\ \ \ } '\ !I11IlilllllllllI'[ \ III I!II ill / !II lll llllllI! llllll'IIIIIIIIIllllii/ j , llllllll 1


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Reopened UGH Has 22 Patients .


If GENERAL


: : : In First 10 Days Of Operation :: .


:=::;::! LAKE BUTLER-In his first Dr. Jewell in complete- Wilson called the-request a that payment be made to the ,
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:::::: report since the hospital charge. He said the only rea- "last ditch effort to save the office staff for work done in
.:.:.:: reopened on June 21, Dr. M.L. son an administrator had not Union County rescue addition to the straight weekly I
::::::: "Buck"Jewell told the Union already been hired was service." He said money for salary received. Griffis
;::::.: County Hospital Board Tuesday because of the pending lease operating the rescue unit pointed out that the two girls
::.::.:=: night the number of ad- purchase agreement being would run out in the next few now working are respbnsible
; Xmissions; in the first 10 days of considered.The weeks and $1,500 would be for the same work that four or
::::::: operation had exceeded projections board gave no new needed to maintain the oper- five girls had done when the
.:.:*-' explanation of progress in ation until the fiscal year endson hospital was open previously.He .
:i:,.,, Jewell said the expenses of negotiations to lease or sell Scot. 30. said the hospital board
:;Jt-J: the first 10 days, including a the million-dollar facility, should do what is necessary to
:jj*;::'- large portion of the annual although Hale did mention An expenditure, requested" keep the present personnel on
"4malpractice:: insurance that an agreement might be by Jerry Wilson, who heads the staff.
: payments worked out within the next few the emergency medical care

Kf X'iDuring. r:::. the hospital, the totalled same about time$14,000.period, months.Meanwhile, the board tookno postponed program in by Union the County board,until was ing Jewell the office explained staff to that do some pay- imttiilII\\ \\;\ t\\\ \\\\li\\ I\\I\\\ \\ \\I It' \' l li\ \i\ili\\;li:

:::&>;::.-'?: short of about of$11,000 meeting generated or only expenses.income$3,000 the action title of to acting give administrator Dr. Jewell- contact the county could commissionersabout be made with save work the for board the auditors money becausethe would ":: :'::""":":'X':':':"': ::;:::: ::::::::::;: U::: :: \\\\ [:; \ \\\ \\;\\\j tr\ r t j! j ill\\t\\ \ \\t ;\ ;\

: although he carries most the cost. office personnel receive
: : Former
: :*; predictions indicated
::::;::-::::: near the hospital becoming would selfsupporting not come- responsibilities the job except connectedwith authorityover Hal said the county tax required less than to the have$18 one per of hour the We Give FREE Delivery And Service On All Products We Sell. V
the staff. The money authorized to the board auditors to work up the figures
: nursing
=;.f-X*; operation.within the first year of conflict arose because with had been earmarked for use in audit.necessary in compiling the Take Up To 2 Years To Pay Or 30,60,90 Days Same As Cash
: : = the minimum number of
: : : Jewell said that 22 patients
: = had been admitted nurses employed, some
;>; within the
:.:.:. first 10 days adding to a total nurses with various duties fall SOUTH CAROLINAPEACHES Family Size Washer Timed Automatic Dryer has
:;:::::-. of 104 in-hospital patient days under the supervision of Dr. !

;::::.:y::= which payment generated per patient an of average about or Jewell emergency in the operating room while room at 'N at a Budget Price! Permanent Press Cycle!

::::-: $84. He said the average was the same time being super-
::-X less than the normal patient vised on floor duty by Mrs. \ 19
:.:.:' costs of$130 to$150 per patient Kuhlman. Hale said a special 4
:::::: per day because of problems meeting of the board might be S While "
called early next week to fur Give
'Xwith: x-ray equipment and lab A GREEN
ther discuss the
when
problem Only
and lack
operations a of avail-
able drugs within the hospital the entire board was present.
inventory. Trustees Felton Smith and jPEANUTS A The

He said the number of admissions from Ruth the Poppell monthly were meeting absent K\C ) Mom To
jumped to a high ol
19 in the hospital on Tuesday night.In V
one day. other action, the board V
One of the over expendituresof upply Sell
entered maintenance
a con
the A
budget was in the nurs-
tract with an air conditioning
ing department where $1,500 '
more than expected was firm to repair the controls of TOMATOES V. E 1 i' I At This
spent. Dr. Jewell said he did the hospital cooling system fora I" Lasts 11
fee of Rest
Bill
like one year $2,665. "
not the
over expenditurebut
Jones a representative of 39 cLb :
had no control on the
pre- .
Coleman Air Conditioning of Price
sent administrative structure NOW II IJ
which left the control of Jacksonville,indicated the fee
did not include maintenanceof
nurses under the
managementof REGULAR
lOLb.ForPOTATOES -
the mechanical
head equipment V MODEL WWA Only
nurse Roberta Kuhl- SOOOP
which keeps the institutioncool. Balanced' Load Control Model DDC5900
man He said placing him in
the role of acting administrator The board determinedthat 99C Famous GE Activator Agitator 3 Temperature Selection.-
would solve some of the a nearby air conditioning for thorough but $ 00 Normal',Delicate and Fluff 0 0

conflict the which had arisen at firm maintain could the more mechanical economically section gentle cleaningPorcelainEnamel 209 Manual selection of drying $1 6 9
hospital the Lid Top
among
nursing personnel. of the cooling system, but Wash Basket and Tub W/T time up to 130 minutes W/T
Chairman D.M. Hale said the Jacksonville firm was the VV "
only available group to repairthe I ''i FRESH( LOAD OF
the present structure shouldbe .
,
kept rather than placing complicated control sys "
tem.Comprehensive I '
1 WATER

I Plan... I FREEZER SALE
(From Page: non

the plan.In -Set a policy for the Street I MELONSNorman's
other action July 6, the Department to use a least six- SAVE
commission: inch pipe on truck lines BOwater NOW
-Apologized to a residentfor hydrants can be placed IiiIiil
blowing sirens and whistles on the lines. Epps pointed out
during a church bible that the city can install 6-inch
school parade. The noise PVC plastic pipe at $1.10 per SMRLL LARGE CHEST'.to.
bothered an ill resident. linear foot, the same price it Produce Market I
-Accepted a petition to has been paying for 2-inch gal-
widen Geiger Road so it can vanized pipe.Agreed .
.
be maintained and turned it .1frqI Temple9646O71 ,
over to attorney George to step up pay fora '
flT-'
.
Pierce for certification. After fireman and a policeman .. : ; ", ,
Pierce's approval the council doing lieutenant's work but .1
I ,
indicated it will okay a surveyof not getting the pay The Open Mon-Sat ; '
the road. Ted increased salaries '
Oglesby are in the I I'I'r'
presented the petition saying budget.; flt'
he had signatures of all but 11'11;
one resident on the road who I I I /,
lives just outside the city. I ,'
-Asked city surveyor Mer- Family Night In L.V I 'I I I I 1 ;VCA'l /

rill McMillan to survey for two 2C 4'L
Softball fields to be built on V' V
Edwards Road on the city's 'V"
former development property L L.4

V area.Was
told by Police Chief
Jimmy Bowen the$8,000 grant
Beat The
from the Law Enforcement
Assistant Administration is
"in the right channel." The W
Cost
grant is for radio equipment High

Okayed an outside a$1,500 firm expenditurefor to be hiredto Prices Start As Low As

do a corrosion and cathodic Dea.I Of Food
protection survey and patch
job on city lines. Acting
gas
city Supt.crew Bob is Patterson shorthanded said and the Yes WeN ow Have All Sizes In $ 6800

can use the time to learn howto .

-operate again the told equipment.Was by Patterson ot4BIGIiazierdeuxe: Stock At Fantastic Savings

that too much field work
needs to be done in the Gas
Department for him to acceptthe IT'S TRADIN' TIME ON FAMOUS WHIRLPOOL REFRIGERATORS
vacant superintendent's
position at the present time. ,,
The council has been urging I AND FRIES All Colors Now
Patterson to take the top job ,
and hire help to take his pres- a I
ent job. OIVLY79

puted-Agreed workman's to pay a much-dis-compensation V [ InStockPlusAV

claim amounting to Don't miss this Scrumpdillyishus _
$4,012. Attorney Pierce .I' deal! Our BIG BRAZIER ; FREE Ice Maker
advised the council to pay the _
DELUXE meal starts with
a
bill saying that the state has a
method of refunding moniesfor V V quarter pound patty, topped with
claims not allowed. Pierce special BRAZIER sauce lettuce Installed
said the city stood eventuallyto and tomato-served on a t
lose state revenue sharing sesame seed bun, plus a heapof : [ Make Ice automatically
funds. The council voted 2-2, A crispy BRAZIER fries. It's The iceMagicice maker is like
with Silcox and Jackson _ all yours now for 79' Hurrvl! having your own built-in ice
,
against paying the bill, Epps Offer Good Every Wed. From 4 factory! No trays to manually

Schaefer and Warren decided for it.the Mayor issue tV \ P.M. On. At Starke Dairy Queen : fill or spill. Every automatically.crescent you
is replaced
with his yes vote to paying f.4 \ier food. BRAZIER stores. z i1lj use
-Was told by Commissioner '- V
Warren that j
eventually the city will need a AliThisForThe
legal description of the 201 VV
planning area. No action was 0
taken on that matter July 6. Low Price Of
.
-Was told by Clerk ,
Edwards that he anticipates -

holding August.budget Edwards work sessionsin said he Model EDT171SK 00

will vacation for two weeks 3 1401 N. 04Lo4 7l4 :' a 17.0 cu. ft. capacity Million-Magnet" 389
and will miss the August
council meeting. Councilman I Convenient 4.72 cu. ft. S Power-saving heater control
Warren said he wants some I TempleStarke ; freezer switch
brain-storming sessions on the No-Frost in refrigerator and Equipped tor add-on ice
city's economic plans. Fla.Dairif. freezer sections maker
-Agreed to Chief Bowen's I V Sale Good Thur Fri Sat
his three Porcelain-enameled interior Ribbed bottom crisper pan
request to place
I
civilian patrolmen on the city
payroll at $1 per year so they I
be covered by insurance for :
their actions while on duty.! S SLADE
-Did not second Councilman -
Epps' motion for the

.z.;' council meetings.to have an agenda for Queen ,, .. sac. APPLIANCE

.1:r;. -Asked Street Supt. S.R. ,
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Hicks to measure the distance
would have to be .
water lines
extended to a residence on brazier. Madison Starke Fla.Ph
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mli Charles Roberts Returns To UHS As Head CoachThe

p4 salesman in
former insurance
Roberts Is a
Union County School started the Tiers on a Also returning to Union Tiger history and has University of Florida Gainesville.
is Stroemer as
County Terry
Board
approved Charles successful athletic program has been
produced outstandingresults. fullback, and
Roberts the when he head coach in head baseball coach and
as new athletic was ." an 7'F [==1
employed as
director and head football 1971.Since that time the Union assist football coach. He led previously
coach at Union County High County team has compiled a the 1973-74 baseball club to a The ceremonial procedureused
School (UCHS) Monday, July 43.10 football record conference championship, Country Club Activities. In affairs of diplomacy I.i
Pag*6 July 15, 191601J1JJIJ3U0 12. After leaving Union County and finished last season as known at protocol from the
Roberts 39, will be making for the second time. Roberts state runner-up with a 29-3 Annual Meeting Saturday, Junior Tournament Greek words proto.kolton
his third trip to UCHS as head coached at Taylor County record. July 17,at?p.m.Dinner will be Association meets the first for the tint rough draft or
football coach. He led the High School in Perry. Vernon Turner will remain at the club, followed by a and third Monday of the original copy of a dispatch
Lake Butler Tigers to a Jimmy Thomas will returnto with UCHS as assistant meeting and election of a new month-tennis tournamentsfor which ii to form the basisof
Suwannee Conference UCHS as assistant head varsity football coach and as board of directors for the boys and girls up to age 17. a treaty.
championship in the 1962-63 football coach and head assistant basketball coach. year. Awards will be Tennis lessons are currentlyin
football season.Superintendent. basketball coach. Thomas, Carl Drake will remain as presented for the club session. They are given "Silence"is a fence Proverb around
James who considered leaving Lake junior varsity football coach championship golf tourna- Monday through Thursdayfrom wisdom.
Cason said that Roberts Butler to coach at Starke, has Superintendent Cason said ment to be completed Satur 8:30 a.m. to noon and on '
led Union County basketball he was "pleased to have day.Tennis Tuesday and Thursday nights III
teams to two Suwannee Coach Roberts return with us night for members from 7:30: to 10 p.m.
Conference championships, (for) the reassembling of our each Monday at 30-round: All the tees on the golf
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS three district, and one entire coaching staff which robin, doubles, and other course have been refurbished-
regional championship has been one of the finest in tennis tournaments.First -many thanks to Jim Brown

Godwin.
964-7200 Starke Florida Winners in the 4th of July .
Tournament 1st, M |
Flag :
18 YEARS OF SOMETHING SPECIAL Ne cs And Activities From Smith; 2nd (tie) Len Bobo,

QUALITY & SERVICE J.B. Godwin; 4th, Harry
RECREATION CENTER Riggs;5th,Jimmy Perryman. Ask
THE The new pool will be opened
Welcome Back Ferrell sometime next week. Charley JJohns
Golf lessons and

Yr-n Hinson Church Softball Tourney Set Here July 1517Men's available membership. at the applications pro shop9645441. are- E.

I Terwillegars Service

Church Softball and First Presbyterian Baptist of Starke will
Dept. Ferrell Is An league sub-district playoffswill churches. The sub-district meet Gainesville's First Bap- Raiford Council
be played July 15-17 at play-offs is the first in a seriesof tist team for the 9:30: p.m. About This Question:
Outstanding Diesel Westside Park and will be tournaments leading to game. Lacks QuorumThe "A simplified Earn-
concluded July 23-24 state and national tourna Saturday, July 17, at 8 a.m. ings Insurance is now
The 13 team tournament includes ments later in the year. Madison Street Baptist will June 12 meeting of the small
Truck Specialist. He local teams First Baptist Other teams included in this meet the winner of the First Raiford Town Council was available for mer-
Madison Street Baptist week's tourney include clubs Presbyterian-First Methodist cancelled due to a lack of cantile or service busi-
Invites All His Friends from Gainesville, Lake City, game played on July 15. quorum. nesses, light manufac-
DYB Macclenny, and Raiford. Schedules of next weekend's Those tending the meetingwere turing or processing
& Customers To Come See Him Baseball Play will begin July 15 at 7 games will depend on the out- Mayor J.D. Griffis and operations. Does this
pm. with Eastside Baptist of come of the contests held this councilmen Sid Taylor and Insurance
-J Tournament Set Lake City meeting Ridgeview weekend. Jimmy Thornton. Clerk new Earnings
: Baptist in Gainesville. At 8:15: There will be a 50 cent Kathryn Alvarez also eliminate the need for a
Earl\ The District 7 Dixie Youth p.m? Starke's First Presby- charge per night for personsover attended. detailed review of the
Baseball tournament will terian will play First Metho- age 12 wishing to watch Items on the agenda insured's business
Wayne/ 'I ... begin Monday July 19, at dist of Gainesville. the sub-district play-offs. included consideration of fill records?"
..
Pratt Street field dirt for an area outside the -
0'r/ : Tw o games are scheduled to Volunteer Fire Departmentand Charley E.
tJ\ur i played each night at 6 p.m. a report on a request to AGENCY
and 8 p.m. ending with the SALE the Union County Commissionfor JOHNS
\ ,( championship game Friday sA EStock All trash cans for the baseball 131 SO.WALNUT ST
:. July 23. Five teams are Long Il field. PHONE 9B4-5O7O
scheduled to participate in the p1lKursecy Carden a"die

Has Also Returned To Terwillegars week-long The first tourney.game July 19 is \\\0/0\ / ft\\ 1 0% tools

Middleburg meeting BelMed OffSEE VOTERREGISTRATION
So The
Next Time You Need A National,followed by Bel.Med

Tune-Up By An Expert Come See Earl Wayne American Union County challenging team. the IT HERE THE GENIUNE DRIVEDEADLINE

The Starke All-Stars will Advertised on TV $89951noootf
the winner of Monday's ;
"ttU CHICK
Good Reason Why first Model No 500
July game 20.The at 6 p.m. Tuesday TO REGISTER IN ORDER TO VOTE IN

18 Years Of Something Special winner of the SEPTEMBER 7 AND SEPTEMBER 28 PRIMARIES IS
tournament will advance to JULY 24, 1976 IN COOPERATION WITH THE

Quality & Service/ Our Motto the state tournament to be MUNICIPALITIES OF BROOKER, HAMPTON
held in Bartow later this year.
LAWTEY AND STARKE THE BRADFORD COUNTY
On Any LTD 500
.. ELECTIONS OFFICE IS SPONSORING A VOTER

REGISTRATION DRIVE TO BE HELD AT THE
ESTABLISHED 1 O4 Your Brand Name Headquarters 'j2 HAHN Riding Mower
; -1- FOLLOWING LOCATIONS:
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2 Yr Warranty On Transaxle Monday thru Friday

T 26" & 30" Cut 7,8 & 10 H.P. Engine 8:30 a.m. to 5:00: p.m.

WAREHOUSE 52SffB \ THISWEEK'SSCHEDULEJULYISTHURSDAY

Winn Dials Store .,. ;am -12 NOON
i Savings: Bond Pleasant' Grove Bp.Ch.,Sprtdville .. 3.30- :30 p.m.
JULY U-FRIDAY
With Purchase Of Taro Fla. Bank at Stark .gam-UNOON a 4.*pm I
r Lawtey City Hall 1 pm .3pm I
"" Guardian Or Grassmaster JULY 17-SATURDAY
101 MX Brooker City Hall Sam-12 NOON
Electric Recoil StartGARDEN
.. or JULY 19-MONDAY
Fla. Bank at Stark . . Sam-12 NOON
s' lava. r (C) Hampton City Hall . 9am.12 NOON &7-9 pm
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6 O I La wtey City Hall . 1pm 1pm

'if-S: ( ) JULY20-TUESDAY
I 964-5289 O.IDA
Community Bank,Stark 9am-12 NOON
12851a EST>r CENTER Lawtey City Hall . . . .. 1 pm 3 pm

$ \ IA// f Walnut St. JULY 21WEDNESDAYFood

PORCH AND PATIOFURNITURE wC S-Starhe.k v ONTROL 539 E. Call,, St. Fair Store . 9 am 12 NOON
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"_ Call 964-5745 Hampton City Hall 9 am -12 NOON
t 4 Lawtey City Hall .
(A) Porch Rocktr Home Office Gainesville Fla. Est. 1949 Also In: Ocala 1 1pm.3pm

\ ,,,r rots, $44.95 If I r Crystal River 4'Palatka Lake City Starke Jacksonville JULY 22-THURSDAYWinn
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First Lady Cop Likes It Fine,, Thank You -I r -

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ble-takes There've been't'a lot of dou- ,j.Ih: \\0 )jtl, 4.. women in the course. Training 'opinion* there Is no sex discrimination 6,
around Starke lately Included a week on the firing on the police
as people discover 'that thepolice"man" ::!' ',"
.. range. (Mrs. Williams is force.
cruising by in d"",, I classified a "sharpshooter.") Working such long hours
that patrol car is no "man" at : She was hired by the Starke can play havoc with familylife
: i force on June 10, at $176 a but Mrs. Williams says
alt."I '
4i week but adds: "That might she's lucky because her v&'J
can'just them iiiA +
see saying sound like a lot of money, but parents live next door and
'That 'I'
was a WOMAN cop! + i+ '' { when you put your life on the help her with the care of her
laughs Pat Williams 4S+b >
first Starke's 1 7 .r.. ',' line every day: maybe it's not two sons, aged six and nine.
woman police officer. so much..." Her husband, Ronald, is a
"They stare, but I haven't had f Mrs. Williams says she classifications officer at the
any negative comments. + doesn't consider herself a Florida State Prison in :L./ V 1 ra tic I

like Everyone the force.just"asks me how I 1 4r feminist, and that, In her Raiford. j N IILNS

'She liken! it fine, says Mrs. t N e 500
Williams, who has been on the N90j
force about a month. "I
handle all the same things Sewer
that the other officers han xa Planning
dle."She works a 12-hour shift ,,'
for three days in a row, ,. i
following by three days off. Study CompleteA

,So far she has made no
arrests, and has not fired her !
completed 201 Plan, the plans and specifications for
R\l1l the i
( on her job. "But that r preliminary plans for a $2.1 the expanded sewer system. County Commissioner Hazel Paulk naves goodby to fellow' commissioner .Ralph. Ur all as, she
(firing" gun) is extremelyrare million Starke sewer Cost of that stage was set at prepares to go for a ride on the county's first aerial mosquito spraying of the >ear.
she says, "We were improvement and extension $380,000 by Armentrout. Since The heloclpter made the trip through four towns! and two lakes! while spraying the Insect poisonIn
(Aught that an officer never about an hour in time for Mrs. I'aulk to Commission meeting.
draws his gun unless he project, was submitted to the the EPA grant arrangementcalls join Bryan at Monday's County !
means to kill." city commission July 6 by for 75 percent federal

Mrs. Williams, who worked '9 engineer Bill Armentrout. and 25 portion percent is local expected funds to, thecity's be County Makes War On Mosquitoes
afc a traffic clerk at the county r -
cburthouse for two ,. 4'',' The actual preliminary some 70000.
before; the years plans comprise a thick booklet County Sanitarian Jack Evans than piloted the cop. At $500 per flight, including
'joining force, e, A Council members were The third and final stage Trawick took to the air with ter northeast to Hampton, $100 to lease the copter and the
became interested in
police h presented a much briefer will be actual construction, pilot Norman Evans July 12 in west to Brooker and then cost of the insecticide, the
work some time ago during a ..akfr+.:. synopsis of the plan. A public still some years away, City this year's first helicopter back to Starke. mosquito spraying program

when hearing Is set for August 3, the Clerk Merrill Edwards says. mosquito spraying missIon. Trawick said the helicopterflies may seem expensive but Tra.
she Pat Williams attends
case, realized to time at
rape papl'rworkmust spend
that date of the commission's next getting an early start, Tra- at 125 mph and makes wick said aerial spraying was
officer Is desk, too.
a woman
needed sorely regular meeting, for approvalof Armentrout asked and received wick and Evans were joinedby spraying runs while skimming cheaper and safer than
in certain of
types the plan. permission from the Commissioner Hazel Paulk 150-200 feet above the ground. ground fogging.
cases. Many victims
rape city commission to pursue and Ralph Bryan for the 7:30: He said the county uses Dio- lie said the number of
prefer to talk with a female HQ To Be RenamedA Arm ntrout's firm, Bessent, approval of a second federal a.m. take-off, Bryan elected to mine insecticide at a strength' flights depends upon the wea
officer, she Guard.
explained.She Hammock, and Ruckman, grant from the Atlantic keep his feet on the ground, of three-quarters of an ounce ther. Last year only three
completed the 320-hour( Inc. of Jacksonville has been Coastal Plains Commission to leaving Paulk to brave the per acre. flights were made.
Basic Police Standards courseof review ceremony and the Second Lieutenant Kenneth A. working on the 201 Plan undera get funds to make up the city's flight on her own.
instruction at the BradfordVocationalTechnical dedication of the Florida Cullen, a 1965 graduate of the $50,000 grant from the 25 percent portion. It will takea "Tell them why I'm late,
center, National Guard Military FHG Officer Candidate Environmental Protection week of engineering work at Ralph." she yelled to Bryan, Slat Bank No. 478
where she was one of eight Academy (FNGMA) Head- School, who was killed in Agency. a cost of $400 to $500 to makeup referring to the County Com- Consolidated Report of Condition of "Community State Bank of
quarters Building as action in the Republic of South the grant application to mission meeting at 9:30: that Starke"of Stark in the State of Florida and Domestic Subsidiaries
Kenneth A. Cullen Hall" will Vietnam April 9, 1967. If it goes through the plan
present to the Atlantic Coastal morning. at the close of business on June 30 1976.
be held 17 at will eventually lines
Saturday, July see sewer Plains Commission, Armen.
Camp Blanding. After duty with the 269th extended to new areas within trout said.EPA Paulk made the meeting BALANCE SHEET ASSETS
Smith To Run For FNGMA Commandant Engineering Company in the present city limits and to with time to spare, as it took 1. Cash and due from banks 1418.00000
Lieutenant Colonel Richard S. Chipley Florida, Lt. Cullen populated areas within an the copter only an hour to 2. U.S. Treasury securities 1,747,00000
{ Co. Pinson will review the volunteered for active duty 8,000 foot radius of the city. is remitted to the city make the flight. 3. Obligations of other U.S. Government
Clay Judge Academy's Officer Candidateand and was assigned to Ft. Ben- Present sewer lines will also some $18.000 of the original Taking off from behind the agencies and corporations None
Non-Commissioned ning, Georgia, where he com- be improved.The $50,000 201 planning grant. County Courthouse if flew 4. Obligations of Stares and political
.,, pleted With completion of the 201 west Brownlee Road
Officer Schools at 10 a.m.. parachutist school. along to subdivisions 446,000 00
followed by the dedication second phase of the plan certified by the city, the county line then
Other and debentures None
5. bonds notes
ceremony.The His parents, Mr. and Mrs. total $2.1 million project, Armentrout can apply to EPA proceeded northward to Law-
IeI main Headquarters Stephen S. Cullen, Jr., will expected to stretch over fouror for the balance of the pre tey. From Lawtey if flew to 6. Corporate stock None
\ Building overlooking the par- unveil the Hall's memorial five years, is the detailed liminary planning funds. Starke and on to Crystal and 7. Trading account securities None
I 8. Federal funds sold and securities purchased
ii ade field is being renamed plaque during the dedication Santa Fe Lake. under agreements to
"Cullen Hall" in memory of ceremony. resell 300,000
.
I 9. a. Loans. Total (excluding

1i unearned income) 2926000.00
b. Less: Reserve for possibleloan
Is I losses 23,000.00 .
c. Loans. Net 2903000.00
10. Direct lease financing None
s 11. Bank premises furniture and fixturesand
IE other assets representingbank
premises 107.000 00
12. Real estate owned other than
bank premises None
13. Investments in unconsolidated subsidiariesand
associated companies None
E 14. Customers' liability to this bank on
In the None
Larry Smith' e s acceptances outstanding
summer
, Candidate for 16.15. Other TOTAL assets ASSETSsum 49,00000
Clay 'ounty Judge
: ( of items 1 thru 15)) 6990000.00

Larry Smith, widely known than the LIABILITIES
Clay County attorney and more temperature 17. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships -
recent Circuit Judge nominee ,and corporations 2426000.00
recommended by the Judicial 18. Time and savings deposits of individuals .
I !Nominating; Commission of partnerships. and corporations 2,824,000.08
the 4th Judicial Circuit, has 19. Deposits of United States Government 4000.00
announced he is seeking goes tID.Here's 20. Deposits of States and political

election as County Judge of subdivisions 817,000.
.
Clay County 21. Deposits of foreign governments and '
Smith, 33. was the youngest official institutions None
of five men selected to fill aacanuy something 22. Deposits of commercial banks None
\ in the Circuit Court you 23. Certified and officers' checks 62,00000
v.hich serves Clay, Duval and 24. TOTAL DEPOSITS
Nassau Counties. He was the (sum of items 17 thru 23) 6,133.00000
only nominee from Clay a. Total demand deposits 2,846,000,
County can do about 1t.tiw b. Total time and savings deposits 3287000.00
Smith is admitted to 25. Federal funds purchased and securities sold
practice law before all courts under agreements to repurchase None
I in Florida and has much 26. Other liabilities" for borrowed money None
experience as a trial I attorney. 27. Mortgage indebtedness None
ills experience has taken him 28. Acceptances executed by or for account
mto courts at all levels of trial s of this bank and outstanding None
. und appeals in Florida,as well 29. Other liabilities 31,000.00
3 as into Georgia and Newt 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES
* York. (excluding subordinated notes and debentures) 6,164.00000
- Smith practices before all You've probably noticed that cool. Set your thennostat as close I 31. Subordinated notes and debentures None
I l.S. District Courts in
v I Florida, the Fifth Circuit the temperature isn't the only to 78 degrees as is comfortable EQUITY CAPITAL
Court of Appeals in New 32. Preferred stock a, No. shares outstanding None None
Orleans, La., the Interstate thing that rises in the sum for you.mertime.There's 33. Common stock No. shares authorized 1S.OOO
Commerce Commission and b. No shares outstanding 11,000 150.IJOO,00
the Florida Public Service also your t.. li::?, Weather strip your doors and 34. Surplus 520000.00
Commission He is active in !.j" 35. Undivided profits 156000.00
the Florida Bar the electric bill. ., '.: t windows. It's amazing how much 36. Reserve for contingencies and

.Jacksonville and Clay County J other capital reserves Nom
ii Bar Associations the The cold hard fact warm air can seep in through 37. TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL ,

Association of Trial Lawyersof (sum of items 32 thru 36)) 826,000.00
America, and the Florida as to why, is your air s 'i even the slightest crack. 38 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITALsum

Academy of Trial Lawyers conditioner. I ( of! items 30. 3!.and 37)) 6990000.00
Your air Shade windows with
"For. tome time I have felt your
that there is a need for judges '' shutters reflective MEMORANDA
who have the courage to conditioning costs ..,j.... awnings, or 1. Average for 15 or 30 calendar days ending
support our police. There hasbeen could well account .i film. with call date:
too much of a drift in our very '1 a. Cash and due from banks

country toward soft treatmentof for half of your summer t Use light colors on your corresponds to item 1 above) 1412000.00
,
lawbreakers, and this has r. b. Federal funds sold and securities purchased
been frustrating to our bill. For example, last a i" :< walls and roof to reflect under agreements to resell
policemen and to our people. I II Q (corresponds to item 8 above) 32S.OOO.OO
I intend to be the kind of judge year the average electric M ; the sun. The c. Total loans (corresponds to
who leads the way in item 9a above) 2869000.00
reversing this drift," Smith bill in April came to '' J lighter the color the d. Time deposits of S100.000 or more
(corresponds to Memoranda item 3a
said.Smith is well known locally about $24.75.That aver-h..+ "f, i i' #"' .r cJ. less the heat. The less plus 3b below) 627,000.00
;
for l his work with Orange Park ; '. ., e. Total deposits
I youth through Young Life, a age bill increased to ""r oj ', ;:::: heat the less your (corresponds to item 24 above) 6143000.00 .

I organization non-denominational and Christian related $41.23 in July.." l' ( bill during the f. Federal sold under funds agreements purchased to and repurchase securities

groups dealing with problems (corresponds to item 25 above) Nonv-
"::of teenagers. He served as In short, your ; : -: summer months. g. Other liabilities for borrowed money
leader .of Young Life from r.l (corresponds to item 26 above) None
bill Shade
increases w
I 1970-74( while a member of the summer ; ,, ; youraircondi 2. Standby letters credit outstanding None
Young Life Committee and 3. Time deposits of SlOO.OOOor more:
Executive: Committee for primarily <.C> a. Time certificates of deposits In denominations
Duval. Clay and St. Johns because unit with shrubbery of tlOO.OOO or more 202000.00
use tioning ;
Counties. you b. Other time deposits in amounts of

Young Smith Life also Committee served on for the the more electricity to keep cool. but don't block the air flow. That way it'll SlOO.OOOor more 425000.00

State of Florida. As a "student But there are some things can do to more efficiently. FPL we'd like I I. Margaret I Miller, of the above named bank do solemnly
and teacher of the Bible," he you operate affirm that this report of condition Is true and correct to the

has worked small with local in youth his help keep your bill down while the temperature you to know what can happen to your bill best of my knowledge and belief.
through groups
1 home and weekend retreats goes up. during the summer, because we'd also like ATTEST Margaret I Miller
1974.Smith Charley E.Johns, H.H. Adams Pete G. Felos. Directors
since is senior partner in First and most importantly don't overyou to know what you can do about it. '
the law firm of Smith and State of Florida
Alexander in Orange Park. He County of Bradford ssi
is a member of the Orange ,.. Sworn to and subscribed before me this, 13th day of July 1976,
Park Rotary Club, the Vestryof :' and I hereby certify that I am not *n officer or director of this

'hurch St., Peter1 and the Episcopal Board of I=PL! bank.My commission) expire March 30, 1979.
. 7'ruslevsoftheFlorida Junior Signed Norma J. Epp. Notary Public

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HAMPTON AREANEWS NOTICE COMMUNITY NEWSELIZABETH have been planned far this NOTICE!
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of Cell 1. Christ
Charch
with first anniversary of the
The Florida State conference day, beginning Sunday The
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foUovosFriday
Service activity as Choir will be held Fri.
GIVENS WALKER School. Junior
of
: NAACP Branches will
night Prayer and Pas- Sunday School at 10 am. day night July 23. at 8 p.m.
be held Saturday. July 17. at tonal at 8 Sun- day night Tarrying Service.: activity follows
Teaching p.m. as : Morning Worship at 11 a.m. through Sunday July 25, at 11
Fort Lauderdale in the Holiday day services will begin with Sunday services will begin Pleasant Grove
weekly will will be furnishedby
by Delore M""g The speaker be Ms. Jua- a.m. Music
Inn
Air Port 2Z75 State Sunday School at 9:30 Morning with Sunday School at 10:30a services began with the Young
Phone 4CS-1HJ Road mta Lewis of Macclenny. At :3p.m the Choir (correction) from
86. The
Session will at 11:30 with m. Home :Mission 11:30. Adult Choir
Worship rehearsal each the speaker will be Mrs. Melbourne (instead of Mel-
The Hampton Area Volunteer to learn that she is making begin The at Tne 10 a.m. Missionary Evelyn Taylor in YPCW and-or exchange service first and second Monday nightat Sally Matthew of Jackson rose). The morning speakerwill
Church of Cod In .
Fire Department met at satisfactory progress follow charge. At 5:30: YPWW The with Gainesville Church 7:30. Tuesday night the ville. be Elder Ruise At 3 pm.
the Fare House on Monday ing recent surgery Her room Unity Elder Sampson White pubbc is invited to attend. at 6 p.m. Young Junior Choir rehearsesat There will be five Choirs to there will be a Musical pro- I
evening July 12. Fire Chief number at Shands Teaching pastor. Activities as follows: Elder D.R. Williams pastor. Ebeneter and New Bethel 7 p.m. Wednesday night provide music for the pro gram. Everyone is invited to
Davis that Tuesday night Prayer Meet Greater Allea Chapel AME Baptist Cbnrcbet. Rev. Leroy Prayer Meeting. Thursday
George reported Hospital is 635. Rev. John Farmer enjoy the events. hCLUBNEWS
gram.
the budget be had submittedto Ronnie Knight .who is in the ing. Wednesday night Tarry- Church Rev. R.G. Heastie Datis., pastor. Ebenezer Baptist night Bible study. Sunday pastor. Mrs. Elnora Cannon
the County Commissioners Merchant Marines at Glou ing Service. Friday night pastor. Weekly services begin Church: will. start the School will be held at 10 ajn. Chairman Mrs Gladys Hill.
has been approved. The tester N.J has been visiting Bible Study. Sunday services: with Prayer Meeting and weekly services with Bible Love feast service at 4 p.m. Co-chairman. The Willing Workers Club of i
will with
problem of false fire alarms his mother Mrs. Ina Home begin Sunday Schoolat Class Meeting each Tuesday Class Tuesday night at 7:30.: p.m.MLMoriahweeklyservice.s Macedonia Freewill Baptist Lawtey held a dinner meeting eat
and their prevention' was discussed following a tnp to Key West 11 10 a.m. Morning service at night at 8 p.m, The Youth Day Beginning Thursday night with Prayer Meeting Ckarch. Rev. Joe Butler will the Holiday Inn Friday :'
he stationed a.m. program will form Sunday July 22-25 both churches will Tuesday night At 7:30: Choir
The next regular where was formerly The Pastor's be host to the Sunday School night under the supervision of
meeting of the Fire Department His leave .which beganon anniversary beginning with Sunday Schoolat be participating in the Sunday No. 2 rehearsed at 7 p.m. Sun- and YPCL convention the president Mrs. Ineate0
is scheduled for September June 28 will end on July 16. will start Monday night, July 10 a.m. Guest Sunday School and BTU Congress will day services will begin with beginning Friday.July 16. at 9 Franklin. .
13 Mr. and Mrs. David Ernest 19. All members are asked to School teachers will be in convene at Jerusalem Baptist Sunday School at 930. Morning a.m. The Convention will endSunday. Everyone present enjoyed .
The CURB Recreation Program and son of :Miami spent several cooperate with activity The charge classes. Morning Worship Church in Olustee Worship at 11 a.m. Choir the activity. r
is in full swing at Hampton days recently: with. their help of. every member isDeeded. at 11 a.m. The speakerwill All members are asked to No. I will render song sen'iceat ('
Elementary School. This parents Mr. and Mrs. be Mrs. Virginia Albury of please cooperate with the Mt. Pisgah at :3 p.m. r
program consists of vanous Wallace Collins. Greater Bethlehem Freewill Gainesville. At 3 p.m. the service activities. ML Ptegah AME Cbarcfc.
outdoor activities and these Mrs. Sherry Norman spent Baptist Cbarch. Rev. will terminate with a Pleasant and ML Moriabfoiled will observe its annual YOU NEED A WILL :
enrolled are between ages of 3 the w eekend with. her parents. Jasper Williams. pastor. Service Musical. Church Ptrith. Rev. Women's Day Sunday July .
through 18 >ears Mrs. Margaret Mr and Mrs. Marklee Norman activities as follows: Philadelphia Baptist Willie Stilt pastor. Service 18. Two special programs Ev.ryon. should have a Will b.caus. it I Is an
Starting: Monday night, July Church Rev. W,G. Mayberry.
Uadsworth is doing while. her husband was on SMntiol docum.nt that will someday b* ;
19, two weeks of Consecration
Service activities
good work in supervising thISprogram a medical trip to Miami. Service with Evangelist Willie pastor.. n..dd. If you do not already have a Will make
Mondays through Mrs Marklee Norman follows: Prayer Service began Paterson Heads Legion
Fridays at the school and will accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Hampton. New Hope Baptist Monday night, July 12. This is arrangements with an Attorn.y to have on. I
continue until the regular Doc Fort to the vicinity of Church Choir will. serve Mon- a Revival, Service. Preachingwill Post 56 As Commandervice prepared. If you do haw a Will plan to r.vl.w It ,
school term begins. Atlanta.Georgia over the July day night. Tuesday night the begin Monday night. July periodically to mak certain It still .xpr..**s
Choir will .
4th Holidays Community Wednesday night Greater serve. 19. Rev. H. Samuel of Jacksonville Robert G. Paterson was installed commander; Bill your wishes. A prop.rly pr.par.d Will .nabl.s "
Church Newer Randy and Laurie Hicks Bethlehem Freewill Senior will be the speaker as Commander of Scoggms. finance officer; you to direct the administration of affairs
your
The Hampton Baptist accompanied Mr and Mrs. each night. American Legion Post 56 in A.L. Crosby, Jr.. adjutant; ;.
Church is sponsoring a Bicentennial Otto Hicks Sr. for a visit with Char will serve. Thursday Sunday services will begin June 22 ceremonies at the Legion Fred Purdy sergeantatarms after your death .xactly as you wish. Call your
program on Saturday their sister and family Mr. wul night. the Community Choir with Sunday School at 10 a.m. home on Edwards Road. ; Bill Haas post service: Attorney today and make yours.
serve. Friday night the
which is open to the public A and Mrs Michael Dale in Junior Choir of Bethlehem Communion service at 11 a.m. He succeeds Bryce Titus who officer; John Grew, historian.
special speaker from Wilmington N.C Laurie is At 3 p.m. the Pastor and congregation completed two one-year termsas During the meeting July 13.
Freewill Church will .
Chattanooga is scheduled to staying for several .weeks of serve.Senices will hold Fellowship Commander the Post voted to contribute Archer Funeral Home
each will
begin the program when adjoining hersummer vacation and will night startat Hour at Fort Clark Baptist Other officers: installed at S25 to the 4-H scholarship
churches from Lake return later when her parents 8 p.m.Sunday services win. start Church in a Homecoming this time were: Otto Siemer, fund. DOYLE M. ARCHER, L.F.D i
Butler and Trinity Baptist plan a trip there Celebration. Lake Butler. Florida
with Sunday School at 9:30
Church11'111 participate. Mrs. Barbara Fitzpatrick : The First Born Church of .
Games and refreshments will and family from Tampa spent a.m.. Morning service at 11 the Living God, Elder S.V -=:= r :.:J. 496-2008 496-2056
be available throughout the the weekend with her mother a.m. Dinner at 1230: pm Cohens, pastor Weekly services :

da>'. Mrs Oraer Lefebvre, and Mr. Evening Worship at 6 pm began Tuesday night at Sprinkle salt in your frying pan to keep fit or lard from Volunt..r Ambulance Funerals Monuments
The public is invited to attend. 7:30 with. Prayer Service. Fn-
Paige and Shian Roberts, and Mrs. Henry Spell and spattering.
daughters of Mr and Mrs. family.
Donald Roberts and D J Rid-
dick son of Mr and Mrs Joe Hampton Lake News
RIddiCk were among those Mr and Mrs. Paul Meng
leaving Monday from the and sons Mike and John
Starke First Baptist Churchfor spent the weekend with their (iu ti'r 'I Ia Gentennial3OI CIjL
a week long Junior Music son. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meng FOOD
Camp program at Lake Yale and daughter Dana, in St.
Florida Swimming and other Petersburg They also
sports are planned for the enjoyed an outing at the beach
...weed...hlch will end with a Big there
Sing for parents and friends Cassie Riddick daughter of
on Sunday Mr and Mrs. Joe Riddick, FAIR
Tommy Meng accompaniedthe spent several days with the
Youth Group from St. Bill Rouse family in Clermont
Edward's Church to an outing Dale Rouse is spending this
at Crescent Beach last Sunday week with Cassie and enjoying

seeing fnends former in the classmates area. and SUPER RKETS OFF 36 < OFF

Personals Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cusick

Congratulations to Mr and and daughters from Lakeland GATOR ORANGE OR 1 ; 10 LB BAG I
Mrs Glen M Brown on the spent the July 4th weekend LEMON LIME CHARCOAL
birth of their granddaughter with" Mr and Mrs. Joe Riddick CLIP THESE i O..i i
Heather Jemce weighing 7 and family. They enjoyed ADE 9c 79
I
Ibs 1 oz. Heather is the daughter cookouts and skiing in Hampton VALUABLECOUPONS I QT. JAR i BRIQUETTES d1 1
of Mr. and Mrs Joe CHernngofColumbia.se Lake.
Her Mrs. Helen Whitfield and .TM no...s'iCOtO1ia'uNOi""- oeaNsIriOt oI'Thq THOU ....TKI.COUMM AT AMTT. MIDI OK O 4 STOHtS' wto. JULY 14. ,,,,,
L >so on J L..o..u II '" UMfT I O* IACM CINTt O*'* COUPON WITH A 17 M
arrival, was especially thrill daughters spent the past & SAVE WOW MOO=:TOMCCO MOOUCTt IICUHXO FOOO OHM TOSACCO MOOUCT1 IICU1DCO J
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ing since it occurred on her weekend with the Joe Riddick IK _ '_ _ .

grandmother's birthday Mrs family and also cooled off by
Brown has returned home swimming and skiing in the
after spending several days lake AU ITtM* AHO PmCII OOOO *t[>. ......r '..THRU WtO, ALT II.117* QUANTITY", IIKUIT HIMnviO -
with Heather and her parents Steven Ernest and Tommy -- l' <... *.. .. ,

Congratulations to Reverend Meng were thrilled with a
and Mrs William good catch of catfish bream e

Carnes who celebrated their and bass during their campoutlast COMPARE -... ...sw. as ar"_ .. TOW***.
10th Wedding Anniversary on week Slit ,0 NK'" -.onNriN !
July 9.Joe Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gilbert A ...,.. n.. iu cw aa.UM'i
30t
Sullivan.. father of Margaret of Micanopy and Potato Chips 5at n Mixed Vegetables 4/$1/ "
..VSadsworth is under. Russell's parents, Mr. and ello UlOU..
going therap at Alachua Mrs. Bill Gilbert and daugh- ,. Paper Towels ,4
Hot 4/$1/
Dog Chili 2/8/ s.
General Hospital where he ters were guests of the Francis -
occupies Room 670. Meng family during the mm? MM it ii I*. IUUNI
We are happy to report that past week. Toaster Pastries 49C.' Pink Detergent 3MEveryDayLowPrice/ ".

Mrs Wesley Griffin is Tom Nessmith and son, .IMM IN CMTomato
recuperating at home follow. Clay, of Jacksonville, spent
ing nearly three weeks of hospitalization the weekend with his parents Sauce 6/$1/ M- t pSt @
rwl INN 'MMacaroni
Mr and Mrs. James Nes-
Friends of Mrs. JoAnn smith. Dinner 4/$1/ 's.

Carter Estes will be interested PMftffr tX tiw CM
PANTRY
Sliced & Cut Beets 51/ 1 n I PRIDEPEAS

BROOKER IN BRIEFby Sick t
I Pepper 69 'r.M s erJ

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JEANNETTE PRESCOTT 5at a" M sTvie a M B B
N' Chips ,.
COMPARE H. F .f HMtL p BV. !
returned home after $ l NN ?Lai,a'
:SK.\RI\ERB\PTIST visiting
Revival services are being their mother Mrs. Eve Oven Cleaner 59t ID' Green Beans 4/$1/ ..

held at the =New River Baptist Harrell. a few days last week .H Iw WIT| .st 16oz K/l
Church this week, with Rev Joyce Castlen Peeled Tomatoes 3$1Stall / 10' Del Monte Catsup 89 aoSUtterY

Edward M Langford, pastorof accompanied by her children uni ,1 aN/ m Mil uum CANS W/
:North Central Baptist Charlie Patricia and Eddie Peanut $139
99
Fresh .0'
Church in Gainesville as visited another son Tony, and Kosher Dills
guest speaker Homecoming his family in Spencer Tenn.,

will be held Sunday. July 18, returning home last Sunday. ?' r ri
with everyone urged to attend. While there they attended the m n
Grand Old Opry and also ,
GKEIN CUNT
PERSONLS visited Opry Land in Nashville
:Mrs J :M Markey and Mrs Charlie returned home r19.1; NIBLETSCORN VIENNA

D 0 Vollenweider. of Wa>'- on his motorcycle. SAUSAGE
cross Ga Mrs Jack :Markey Mr and Mrs. Orea Prescott
of Brunswick Ga. and Mrs have as guests this week their LN4
Pearl .Markey of Brooker have son Howard accompanied by .c 3/I & 3IFruit

returned from an extended friend of Atlanta Ga., and _
trip They visited the Earl another son Doyle and his
Geilmanns in Ogden. Utah, wife Margaret, of Plant City.
the Hob family in Corpus We are glad to welcome Mr.
Christi. Texas and the John and Mrs Jack Hodge and COMPARE -."....' .
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Brederberg family in Metane children formerly of Lacoo- -.o. wro Bargains in Frozen I Health & Beauty Aids COMPARE o:._.'' .wmwnartw .

LaMr: and Mrs Paul chee Brooker as and new residents of COMPARE ,,:::"--- "" ?NI II/IM
Emeryand hope they enjoy Drinks 2/89'/ -.; "" COMPARE :. ::.c": Mp ;
sons of Quincy. have living among us. ISM WHIN aLL, i1M I Grape Jelly 79t '0'

. Bradford Area Resident Earn L'.F. Degrees,!!I Grape"W. IM'I 11*Jam 79CEveryDayLowPrice 20'1.Deviled Crab 99e 2* jPrayt'eTGiovesStra"wbefry" 7615QQt u. ... UU..

Crisco Oil 423 .ANa
Bradford $1" "* CottonlwabsGmbredirPiria"1"11" It
:Nine County area science in education; Lynette Shortcake [
residents received degrees Collins BS in education;
during recent ceremonies at David H Harper and JosephA uvl 77* art *
the University, of Florida Disposable Lighter 66 =_
Scanlan bachelors of arts Jy 41
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Among the Starke group in arts and sciences KENOAUflEQ OR PMK FROZEN II O2 CAN' UIIM ...
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were Anne :Miller who Lemonade Limeade 6/100'2001! Baby Powder 99C **

graduated with high honors From Hampton: =Nancy A. IMIHtlllKI a

and a degree of bachelor of architecture Banister bachelor and Rebecca of design R in PUNCH Banquet Fried Chicken $219 aO' I Pepsodent Toothpaste 2/$1/ ir e

ServicemenTSg Stevenson, masters and LAUNDRY
specialist in education. n' rI' sir

t. Charles :Manire From Lawtey Sharon Fay DETERGENT EARTHENWARE
Serving Robins \FB son bachelor of arts in LEMONADE COFFEE
WARNER; ROBINS; Ga -- education Jeffrey W. Roller
=Now serving at Robins AFB bachelor of science in broad or LIMEADE MUGS
Ga., is Air Force Technical casting, and Kenneth L 840Z
Sergeant Charles E Mamre Wilkinson, bachelor of sciencein BOX
Jr., son of Mrs Louise L recreation
Mamre of 309 N Broadway Santosh R. Kamanth. of
St Starke. Hampton a LF: sophomore,
Sergeant Mamre. an outside was on the President's Honor
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Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cribbs, their mother 'family dinner honoring
Church CHURCH of ACTIVITIES God: Sunday and wife, brother and Mrs. were Sunday dinner guests of LAWTEYBy flew to Rumson, N.J., to visit Starling, spent Reddish on his 12th
School 10 John Chasteen. her mother Mrs. Nellie his grandparents, Mr. and July weekend at They served hot
a.m. Worship LAURA BAPTIST Wilkinson, and sister, Mrs. for and hamburgers, cake
Mrs. Raymond Sanborn a N.C. This was the
Services 11 a.m. and 7 Elizabeth
p.m. CHURCH: S.S. at 9:45: a.m. Daisy Boch. Terry vacation.Rev. the mountains Ice cream.
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: Worship Services 11 a.m. and Friends of Louis Crews long Henderson, of Clay Normans.Mr. .
p.m. and YPE Friday at 7:30: 7:30:: 1 p.m. Prayer Meeting regret to learn that he is a Friends of Mrs. Sellie Mrs. Truby Wainwright Hill, and Rev. MacDonald, a and Misses Mary Ann Lyons,

p.m.EVERGREEN Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. patient In Bradford County Eunice Thompson regret to returned home Saturday, July Missionary preacher, and McClellan, Mr. Coleman, Kim
BAPTIST: Friends and members of the Hospital. Our prayers are learn that she is a surgical 3, after spending two weeks James Griffis,visited Mr. and Robert McClellan and Mrs. Elsie
Sunday School 10 a.m. church served a dinner at the with him. patient in Bradford County with her son-in-law and Mrs. Carl Prevatt and had Starke and spent Sunday ;
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Church after Morning Mrs. Alene Armstrong and Hospital. Our prayers are daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack with them. Maxie,Reddish, with her mother,
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting with her. Her Brother and of prayer Lissie Starling of
Services Sunday honoring Mrs. Mac McClellan, of Brassel, Stanley, Va. Mr.and Mrs. Larry Norman Randall, of
Wednesday 8 p.m. their Pastor and wife, brother Lakeland, spent the weekend sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J.C Tye and daughter Rhonda, and gathered at i
FAITH BAPTIST and Mrs. James Cowart.PERSONALS with Mrs. Armstrong's Harold Eunice visited her on enjoyed a weekend in
CHURCH: Radio Programover sister Mrs. Flossie Rosier. Saturday afternoon.Mr. Greenville,S.C. on the Fourthof ]Madison St.
WPXE Starke 8 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. James and Mrs. Jack July weekend.Mr. First United
Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m. Mr.and Mrs. Howey Collier Roberts and sons, of Ft. Wainwright and family, of and Mrs. Frank Camp Baptist ChurchRev.
Worship Services 11 a.m. and and family, of Starke, and Lauderdale, visited their Tallahassee, were Saturday and family attended the Methodist Church
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Mrs. Pat Walker and baby grandmother, Mrs. Rossie overnight guests of their wedding of their cousins, Mr.
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible attended the Bicentennial Reddish, for a few days on mother Mrs. Truby and Mrs. Wayne Camp, of Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church .Charles Pastor R.Swarlt

Study. celebration In Jacksonville their way to Disney World, Wainwright.Mrs. Jacksonville, on Saturday School for all ages, 11:00: a.m.
GRACE UNITED Saturday night. Orlando. George Breslin and night. Morning Worship Nursery
METHODIST: Sunday School Mrs. Joyce Futch, of Mrs. Marcus Griffis and Elizabeth, of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Provided, 6pm. UMYF Thursday, July 15 Church
':43 a.m. Worship Services 11 Blackshear Ga., was a girls, Mrs. Darlene Norman and Capt. and Mrs. Russell McClellan, Deren, and Paul, Snack Supper Elaine Council meeting,7:30:
amand: 7:30: p.m. Choir Monday dinner guest of Mr. and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Lines and Courtney, of of Vidalia, Ga., spent the Thornton & Beth Strickland, :
Practice 7 p.m. and United and Mrs. Carl Prevatt and Harry Wilkerson attended the Sumter S.C. spent theweekend weekend with their parents, and at 6:30: p.m. UMYF ((1;ei1 t p.m.Sunday, July 18 Sunday
MYF 8 p.m. Wednesday Mrs. Pat Walker and son. funeral of their Brother, at the home of their Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan, Meetings & Recreation. a.m."a 9:45: a.m.; Morning
Prayer Circle will be observed Mr.and Mrs. Howey Collier Lewis Manning of Lake parents, Col. and Mrs. Wm. and Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wednesday: 7:30: p.m. C 11:00: a.m.;
every Wednesday at 8 a.m. at and family and Mrs. Pat Wales, on Tuesday.Mrs. Wilson. Sweat, of State Farm. Chancel Choir Rehearsal Worship, 11:00:
the Church. Walker and son went to Santa Joyce Futch, of Mrs. Mae Harvey returnedto Mrs. Pierce Crews, Mrs. Thursday: 7-9 p.m. UMYF .; Church Training, 6:15
United Methodist Women Fe Lake fishing on Monday. Blackshear, Ga., was a the home of her soninlawand Onie Thornton, and their Recreation. .. .; Evening Worship, 7:30:
met at the church on Tuesday Friends of Mrs. Annie Wardof Thursday evening dinner daughter, Mr. and Mrs. nephew Edwin Atwood, Sunday" NURSERY PROVIDED
July' 6, for their regular Waldo,aunt of Mr. and Mrs. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Floyd Norman from St. visited Mrs. Crews' son and FIRST CHRISTIAN 9:45 11: a.m.;Council ALL. SERVICES
a.m.
business meeting with Mrs. Phil Eunice, of Graham, Dobbs and Chris. Vincents Hospital. daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. CHURCH ; Church Monday, July 19 Ladies
George Roberts Sr. presiding. regret to learn that she is a Rev. and Mrs. Fonzo Jacksonville after spending a W.S. Crews, of Jacksonville, Call&Christian St. p.m.Leadership; : team social. All ladies
Mrs: Frank Coss gave the patient in Shands Hospital, Prevatt and Mr.and Mrs. Carl week there. We are glad to on Friday afternoon. Starke Florida played in the church
devotional. After attending to Gainesville. Our prayers are Prevatt visited their sister, report that she is better. Mr.and Mrs Walter Brown, Invites to p.m.; Evening : are Invited. 8:00: p.m.
business, the meeting with her.Sincere. Mrs. Selma Eunice, on Mrs. Robert Lee visited. of Jacksonville,were guests of you Worshipand with pm.Monday... fellowship hall.
adjourned. There were 12 sympathy is Wednesday. They had prayerfor Mrs. Gwen Chopnacki, of Mrs. Lois Carter on Sunday Fellowship us. Tuesday, July 20 Ladies

ladies present. extended to Mr. and Mrs. her while there. Mrs. Orange Park Tuesday afternoon Sunday'sBible 9:45 p.m.Wednesday- Study, 10:00 a.m.
HIGHLAND BAPTIST: Harry Wilkerson and other Eunice is still seriously ill. afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Odelle Camp, Study a.m. Wednesday, July 21 Fam
10:45 6:15
Sunday School 10 a.m. relatives due to the death of Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson Friends of Paula Ann Lock, of Sylacauga, Ala., were Youth Morning Worship 6: a.m., School Supper Worker's: ; night supper 6:15: p.m.;
Meeting
Services 11 and daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. overnight guests of p.m. Choir 7:30
Worship a.m. their brother, Lewis Manning, spent the weekend with Col. Saturday 7 R.A.'s Acteens practice :
Worship ,
7 p.m. Prayer Meeting of Lake Wales. and Mrs. Mike M. Kovacks, in Paul Lock,regret to learn that their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Evening p.m. and Mission : .m.; Mid-week prayer ser
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Jimmy Young, of Merritt Island and attended a she is a patient in Alachua Frank Camp and family. The Study Wednesday'sBible and Prayer 8p.m. "Hour of : 7:30: p.m.; Adult choir
Ordination Services General Hospital, Gainesville.Our entertained them on p.m.; 8:30
were Green Cove Springs, spent wedding Reception and dinner Camps Adult : p.m.
held at the church Sunday at 3 Monday with Mr. and Mrs. party. Prayers are with her. Sunday. Other guests on p.m.Thursday; :
p.m?for two Deacons namely Bill Dobbs and Chris. We are happy to report that Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Youth-
H.W. (Buster) Bennett, andVaughan Mr.and Mrs.Phil Eunice, of Mrs. Earl Teston is doing and family, of Palatka, were Horace Camp, of Sylacauga, a.m.;
Prescott. At the Graham, visited Miss nicely after surgery both on Sunday evening guests of their Ala., and Mrs. Tom Tatum, will make p.m.FridayYouth vEVrt
close of this service the Elizabeth in mother, Mrs. Nellie and daughter. Miss Robin "A wise man more -
Terry Saturday Tuesday and Friday, than he finds." 2pm. --=: .:-::
Church had a surprise afternoon. Alachua General Hospital, Wilkinson, and sister Mrs. Tatum and Kindal Mobley. opportunity Francis Bacon Saturday...

birthday party for their pastor Mrs. Tom Whaley and girls Gainesville. Daisy Boch. Wayne Cribbs, Jr.. son of Visitation, 8:30: ; People gold could once be thought dissolved that in

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get the SpfrftofSavs'76 FOOD HarrisTom ObituariesTom Church. .


Survivors include his wife,
Gertrude L. Cocciardi one
;
Harris, 77, of Sampson
Frank R. Cocciardi of
son
died last Saturday at his
City
Bethpage, Long Island New
home.
York one brother, Patrick
FAIR Born August 12 1898 in ;
Cocciardi of Yonkers, New
Bradford County, Mr. Harris
York three grandchildrenand
;
was a retired farmer and a
CONSUMER CORNER-IRONED I CHEESE7IM @ member of the Church of God. one great-grandchild.
sent to
The remains were
include his wife,
Survivors
2OI ,1'74.THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR WELSH RAREBIT APPEARED IN A SUPERMARKETS Gertrude Harris of Sampson Massapequa, New York for
OFF LONDON COOKBOOK- "TOAST BREAD ON BOTH SIDES THEN TOAST THE funeral services and burial.
CHEESE ON ONE SIDE LAT IT ON THE TOAST.AND WITH A HOT IRON City; one daughter, Mrs. Vir- DeWitt C. Jones handled local
BROWN THE OTHER BIDE" I IF TOUR IRON HAS BEEN LAID OFF BECAUSE ginia Starling of Lawtey; two
I I OP PERMANENT PRESS,YOU CAN PUT IT BACK TO WORK OR YOU CAN sons, James and Marvin Har arrangements.
SKIP THE IRONING AND JUST REMEMBER THAT MELTED CHEESES ARE .
I ANY SIZE. I :THE SECRET OF MORE.THAN' JUST OOOO PIZZA, MELTED CHEESE CAN we are pleased to accept 1 ris both of Sampson City;
MAKE AN OMELET OR A CASSEROLE AND A GREAT SANDWICH TOO eight grandchildren, five
I I A OOOD OLD Q"ILLIDCHIISII SANDWICH OR RAREBIT WITH A SALAD FOOD STAMP I great-grandchildren and four Mrs! Annie Ward
DOZEN EGGS AND SOME FRUIT MAKE A PLEASANTLY LION AND NUTRITIONALLY
I I COMPLETE BUMMER SUPPER TRADITIONAL CHEDDAR CAN BE REPLACED tiP stepgrandchildren.Funeral .
BY SOFTER AND CHEAPER AND QUICKER MELTING PASTEURIZED COUPONSJBargains services were held
WITH THIS COUPON AT PANTRY. PRIDE OR O/4 STORES_O..JULY M THRU PROCESSED CHEESE SLICES CHEESE FOODS AND SPREADS WORK Annie Maybell Ward. 67,
L WED.JULY 21 101% LMMT I OF EACH CENTS OFF COUPON. WITH A IUD OR WELL" TOO.THEY CONTAIN MORE MOISTURE' AND MELT AND SPREAD Monday in DeWitt C. Jones Star Route 1, Waldo died July
MOIIE POGO ORDIIL TOBACCO PRODUCTS EUCLUOEO.S.T"1
In Starke with Rev.
EVEN MORE QUICKLY AS A RESULT Chapel 13 in Shands Teaching
_ _
EEE-- AEnt En -EWI ---Ent- -- officiating.
Laurie McKinney Hospital in Gainesville.A .
Interment followed in Brown
Cemetery lifetime resident of the
Mrs. Ward was a
'' Waldo area
in Meat retired cottage parent at Sun-
ALL ITEMS AND MICKS GOOD WED. ULVI4.TMIIU Frank CocciardiFrank
WEO.JULY If, 1ST*.QUANTITY RIGHTS' RISIRVCDrniiN land Training Center in

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Supr Diocourrl 80. Survivors include three
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HIGH SPRINGS Four lose Corporation, Perry;

Too late for Easter, of Jacks from Bethlehem. N.H., amount was spent on the Bradford County area Future International, Paper
course, but have you noticed putting the finishing touch on restoration work financed by 'Farmers of America are Company Panama City: St.
that the old Bradford County a two-month( exterior restoration a Bicentennial grant matched attending the 42nd Annual Regis Paper Company, Jack-
Courthouse is wearing a new project at the remarkably locally by county funds and Forestry Training Camp at sonville; Owens-Illinois,
"bonnet" these days? sound red brick struc- monies obtained by the Brad O'Leno State Park, the week Jacksonville; Arnold Lumber
Pictured Ray Moore ture, built in 1902 at a cost of ford County Historical Boardof 01 July J2.1976.Representing. Company, Caryvllle; Escam-
are More than twice that Trustees bia Treating Company Pen-
$12,500. by renting offices (
) and son, Tom, l steeple-
(top their FFA sacola; Fleming & Sons Pulp-
Chapters are: Butch Faulknerand wood & Timber Company,
Mark Griffith, both! of Inc., Crestview; Georgia-

,Starke and Budd Belangerand Pacific Corporation, Chief-
Mike Vanzant, both of land, Gilman Paper
Lawtey. Company St. Marys, Georgia -
VfUitftSftStseta: : ? g s I IJ II Hudson & Paper
1 ,a y 'rltp I The camp, operated by the ; Pulp
Corporation, Palatka; ITT
f t"+ Ala Florida Division of Forestry, Rayonier, Inc., Fernandina
Y1 '6 v Department of Agricultureand Beach Reichhold Chemicals,
;
is thenation's
Consumer Services, Inc., Newport Division, Pen-
and oldest In
Woefully which forest largest conservation and sacola; Robbins, Tampa Manufacturing St. Joe
Company ;
management are taught to Paper Company, Port St.Joe;
(
J '/ ; :< ,.. .' agriculture-education. Ag- Sylvachem Corporation, PortSt.
: ., Ed) students."In
: : > '.' '. >'-" Joe; Southern Wood Piedmont -

After sitting through a recent ,...: ..".."...."'".(;...''i.,...,..:......,....."."' "''' .' .' ...)"' '! addition to instructingthe fores- Company, Lake City;
: ; ; ." .. :. .; youths in practical American Wood Products,
.
of the Board '. '> .
City Zoning we are
," J" '. : trY we seek to increase their Winter Park; Coastal Lumber
to conclude that, at least where .'.: .. :;' understanding of the forest in Company, Dubarco Division,

homes are concerned the city's : .. ,. i terms of ecology and recreation Havana, Florida.
code is as full of loopholes as a slice ( ,"said Camp Director Bob *.

swiss cheese. ,.u Lay, Assistant Chief, Forest o' : :
tS':MW.WM,1hS; SS'.S-SSSSSSIU: : :}}
Education, Division of Fores

VETERANS AFFAIRS
Since it was written in what would L : .-' '- try.The ; byWUIIamS. .1
gq students receive Instruction -
referred to by young people today liw : .. ....,,,,, in such courses as Service. Haas Officer
1 & ... iitits. Veterans
;; .
"prehistoric times'- the early 50's r forest fire control, reforestation -

we had "trailer parks" instead of h .'!. ...,.<'at'".0' '. ... .. urban forestry and wild- Veterans traveling outsidethe

home courtsthere is inadequate f"!' . .. life management, but ample contiguous U.S. for a
concerning individual mobile homes / time is left for traditional continued period of time or
,., camping activities such as those planning to establish
the 22-year-old ordinance. There swimming, sports, movies residences in foreign
enough of them around to even be and special programs. Countries are encouraged to

sidered at that time. -...... check first with the Veterans
.. for the
,r ... Operating expenses Administration if they plan to
are paid by contributions -
camp
Today it is a vastly different from forest industries. seek Veterans Administration
benefits.
but still the city has no ordinance,
Sponsoring industries this Only certain VA benefits
such, regulating placement of in the building and the old jail. painting; roof shingles a part-time office in Starke if year are: The Buckeye Cellu- may be administered In
structures, no matter how elaborate Another $5,000 replaced where needed; the they can obtain enough workto overseas locations. One of the,
how dekpidated they are. recently received grant from was the entire exterior cleaned with make it profitable. While most Important documents'the

National Park Service (U.S. muratic acid and water- here, they contracted for workon Grows veteran should carry with
proofed with silicone, brick churches How It him when traveling outside
at Penney Farms
There was a time, several Department of the Interior),
years where the United States is a
repointed necessary, and Green Cove Springs, and
but must be matched locally "It his often been Mid that
when the applicant wishing to place before it can be used. This will including the tower; and a have bids in on several other Veterans Administration
mobile home on a certain piece complete new roof and ceiling Jobs in the area. whenever Congress see a foreign medical services
help finance the second
phaseof tl tries to solve It by
problem, card. The VA
the front information
placed over
portico.
property would have to obtain the project refinishing the On his final inspection Tues- throwing money it it. It might office which maintains the
sion of other property owners within Interior of the building in preparation The top ornament (or "hat"as day, Herschel Shepard, Jacksonville also be said that when Congresssees veterans' medical records can
feet in every direction from the for opening a county it is commonly called) had architect who has a problem, it tries to solve it assist in obtaining this card.
posed site, but even this restriction museum and public meeting fallen off and was lost over the supervised the work here, expressed by throwing a law at it. Then it
years. The new one was hand himself as well Reimbursement for
hall.The
now been removed.All first phase of the project ( fabricated by. Moore who pleased with the care and often sets up a government emergency hospitalization for
has made the building mdde the design from old interest that the Moores have agency to administer that law. treatment of service-
that is necessary is for a person photographs of the building in shown with the project here. The law itself b frequently vague connected conditions in
make application, run a legal notice completely watertight which its early years. It required a and subject to different interpretations overseas locations cannot be
was a necessity before inter. "It is beautiful "
the paper one time, and attend a full day of labor to complete. a building, so the government authorized unless the local
ior work could begin. All Shepard said, "and Bradford deal of U.S. Embassy or Consular'sOffice
has
hearing on the application. Too often windows (of which there Besides his son, Moore is County can take pride for agency a great It is contacted within 72
decision to grant another mobile assisted in steeplejack work years to come in what has latitude in administering it.
request seems to be based on are 100 In the building) were by his wife Colleen, who been accomplished here. The sets up elaborate regulations to hours after of hospitalization.
replaced, including sashes mounts the "bosun chair" on old courthouse is a landmark enforce the law which often go Notification emergency
hardship, which, under the law, treatment must be
and frames where needed; occasion but mostly confinesher structure that is well worth all far beyond what Congress in- outpatient
not be a factor in the decision of and the time and effort, well Over the these made within 15 days.
flashing, copings, and down- work to bookkeeping as as tended. years
boar The law states that hardship, spouts repaired or replaced scouting the area for new pro- expense, required to save it regulations develop a life of their Retired servicemen are
any, should be based on misuse of where needed, includingSince jects. They would like to open now and for the future." own, evolving, grow ingoverlap- eligible for medical treatmentat

land involved, and not the ping, and often conflicting with U.S. Military Hospitals and

hardship of the owner of the property others. Regulations breed Clinics overseas.

any member of his family or relative. regulations. And government Educational benefits are
other words, the board cannot most spring vegetable County Agents There also may be a thinningof grows and grows." available overseas to eligible
of the production is over, a lot of our the turf over a large area. A veterans,' wives, widows and
an owner legitimate (legal)
use calls now-a-days have to do rotting of the roots of the
children
grass Howard J. Morgeni pursuing degrees In
his land, but personal hardship with lawns and ornamentals. Notebook l may be evident. This disease Chairman. Executive Committee VA approved foreign schools
not be a factor in the board's Since grasses are still actively occurs often during warm and compensation and
& Gamble Co.
The Procter
growing, insects and disease humid weather like we are pension checks, also may be
We do not mean to imply that build-up can occur rapidly and Bv 7!" having now. mailed to most overseas

one with a hard luck story gets during cause the extensive damage t\ 1Tavlor' Dollar Spot kills grass in addresses.
matic approval from the City summer months. Bobby distinct patches that are 2 to 3

Board. Such is not the case, and Diseases of lawn grassesare inches in diameter. In severe
board has refused a number of common in our area. They [ cases, small patches may
have caused spotting and coalesce to large areas that CENTRAL HEAT & AIR
for mobile
homes that did not
seem disfigurement on hundreds of are affected. Leaf spot-type
the interest of the city as a whole. lawns each year. Much of this lesions may be seen on the

the absence of any type of zoning -----r-rU damage can be avoided or patches that begin as small blades of grass at the outer Let us explain our energy
trolling the placement of mobile minimized if proper practicesare spots and may expand to margins of the small patches.

makes it more difficult for the board carried out. several feet in diameter. Gray leaf spot causes roundto

turn down so-called "hardship Here are some things you obling spots on the leaves saving system
when should consider, or remember that are brown to ash colored
even they are not in accord with
in your lawn care program: purple to brown margins.
the "best use of the land" criteria Spots may be covered with a

should (govern all zoning. 1. Diseases are less likely to gray mold in warm, humid COMPLETELY
cause extensive damage to weather. Lesions may also
Regulations are spelled out in grass that has been properly occur on the stems. In severe
detail in the ordinances regulating maintained. Good fertilization I cases leaves have scorched
irrigation and proper mowing appearance. Prevalent during --
and INSTALLED149O
in the
multi-family
dwellings ,
city
are a must for a healthy lawn. the rainy !summer months.Helminth06porium :
well as for hotels, apartments, etc.
there is nothing concerning 2. Diseases are most likely causes
to occur during a period when small oblong purplish to
or restrictions on mobile homes, weather is warm and there is brown spots on the leaves.
in "trailer parks." an abundance of moisture. Spots may have a tan center. $
This moisture can be the .C Heavily infected leaves will
result of improper watering, wither and die. There is a
fog heavy dews, or frequent New Forester over-all thinning of the turf.
late afternoon May occur at any time of the

I X-Rated Uiundershowers. Named forBradford ing.year A when rot of the the grass leaf is sheath grow ((2-TON SYSTEM)

Some of our most common may be evident.If -,-..
lawn diseases are Brown ,,, plus any necessary
a disease is found in
In reply to the accusation by a Patch, Dollar Spot, Gray Leaf planting of grass, it should be a electrical work
ington "sex-etary" that she was paid Spot and Helminthosporium The Florida Division of Forestry identified and the recommended -
handsome salary of $26,000 a year Leaf Spot. Brown Patch kills has appointed Richard control measures
extra-curricular activities this grass in more or less circular Schroeder as the new County started as soon as possible.

ment was made: Putnam Forester Counties.for Bradford and SAVE $$ ON

State OfficerTo Mr. Schroeder graduatedfrom The One Who Pays
"When a man is holding public the University of FloridaIn YOUR ELECTRIC

the greatest thing they can say Address 1972, majoring in Forestry.He "Time after lime the Congress
him is that he's a man of his people. worked part-time for an appropriates literally billions of BILL

when they find out that he is, Local ElksDon ecological Gainesville consulting, and firm taught in dollars with virtually no con

where the trouble starts." forestry and wildlife sideration for the American tax Carries new "SUPER

management at the Gainesville payer. In hundreds of hours of I" unit is now alto
Somehow, we can't buy thatnot Cameron, Jr., vice- Agribusiness Center. testimony on bills that create available. Demand to
the statement itself, but the cynical president of the Florida State This June he received hisMaster's obligations that will burden tax Ng
Elks Association Northeast, efficiency
tude behind it. First of all, it appears will be the guest of honor and Degree in payers for years to come, it I Is before you comparison buy.
imply that the "dear peepul"either Agricultural and Extension rare that there are even a few
principal speaker at the reg-- Education, also from the Carrier beat them all
minutes of testimony of the Impact
or a majorityare creatures with ular meeting Monday, July 19, University of Florida. to 70%
yard morals that would make of Starke Elks Lodge No. 1802. from of this spending on the man up depending
Coming a career Army and woman who for it on the brand.
sexploits look tame. It strikes us family, Richard spent most of pays
hb ,.
through lass
anyone with such an erroneous The topic will be this year'sprograms his childhood travelling
of the Florida State
throughout the United States.
of the
nation-at-large has no place Elks Association. Mr. He graduated from high Sen. William froxmirt
public office.If Cameron will report on the school in Virginia in 1967 and (D..WiJ.)
Elks Harry-Anna Crippled has lived in the North Central
a man can't count among Children's Hospital of Eustis, Florida area for the past nine Today's ABC's"I
friends and associates a vast and on the progress being years. His wife Linda is a
who lead decent lives, then he is not made in the building of the certified school librarian, and believe the best road to AIR CONDITION SERVICE .
two-million dollar
new they are currently living on American energy Independence

hospital in Umatilla. Bayless! Highway, Is the middle road-not the highroad ALL BRANDS AND MAKES OF AIR

SORID Among the Bradford and not the low roadbutthe
( JOHN POWELL REPORTS County CONDITION
SYSTEMS
Forester's responsibilities is middle road. I believe we will SERVICED

'O TOCAMPLEJEUNEJuly informing the county citizensof solve our energy problems PROMPTLY AND ECONOMICAL.SAWYER .
: sound forest management through a reasonable balance of

I-.o.0 First Class 8 John Marine W. Private Powell, practices for their woodlands.He interests and I..... I believe that
Ow also assists
by telling
tiC son of Mr. and Mrs. Tyra people a new Energy Era has begun In
latest
the developments
In
> 1P'3 Powell of Route 3. Lake Amcrka. The problems and the
forest management, and is
Tiot4 Butler, has reported for duty there to help answer questionsthat Issues are new. The solutions
with Force Troops at the any resident has must be new. The ABCs of today
Published each Thursday and entered aa Marine Corps Base, Camp concerning forestry in the are: adjustment,balance and Air Conditioning
under Actot March 3. 1819Subscription. Lejeune N.C Bradford County area. compromise. And If might add

rate in trade : : A former student of Union His office is located in the a D-for decIsion. ,nol delays." 332 W. Madison StarkePh.
Outside trade area: : County High School, Lake Agricultural Center on Route
Phone 964 6305 Butler, he Joined the Marine 301 in Starke, or he can be Thomas S. Kleppe'' 9647701r
Corps in October 1975. reached by calling 964-4354. Secretary of the Interior



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Hank and Mary Ann Kyle ...., too much time in flight," !lank
married in Miami in I'M.1)\ ; and, Ia.71MMAM a.-- I explained.
sharing an aversion for "I[ don't work with the bees
"crime-ridden" cities when it's cloudy or raining .
t
decided to move to a Hampton because then they're not ; t t11
chicken farm where they are working (on a flow). When
now raising bees beneath the they're not working, they'renot
pecan trees.Beekeeping. r happy."
was not a Answering the obvious
hobby of theirs when they question he added, "I have
came to Hampton about two been stung about 200 times
years ago. but alter keeping i but it doesn't bother me
(chickens cows, dogs a few ., anymore."
horses, and a parakeet on the A Bee keepers do wear
farm, why not bees' protective clothing to protect ''I.
Their interest in the hobby them from bee stings There Jf
has grown after being are the safari-style hats with w ;
introduced to it b>' Alachua heavy nylon ml'shhich is
County Commissioner .Ed pulled tight around the chest ;
Turlington shortly after and below the back of the %
arriving here t neck Gloves are a must,
\ "Were self.supporting and although Hank doesn't always _
expanding now and the bees wear them as are tight-fitting
are caking even. I'Vl'I got sleeves and pant-legs which
about :too hives' now and I I'll keep bees from flying between
have JIKI:! more before the end the cloths and skin.
ot the year." (Hank said while !Most of Hank's hives are
standing in the front yard of kept about three miles from
the Kyle farm( Behind him, his house on property ownedby l "
"" Billy Dampier of Hampton -
I three* >> gallon barrels of
honey produced by' the Kyle a former bee keeper '
bl'l's stand on a lla'tbed truck Hank warned, "keep the
I Depending on whether they c t string pulled tight they
are sold wholesale to firms "alrttNT' always go for the face. Once trJ i 1, ,L

such as Sue-Bee, or retail at '. 11 mine came loose and the bees I
the Jacksonville Farmers loo 4 NTkkkaLA.. ar were crawling up my veil! I ''
:Maiket, those (Mill pounds of .s 4tfa-1'tip tKg4 got about 30 stings around my
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honey' are worth I rom $:!'t Ii 4 to neck. saw
o\'l'r'$4": () That sounds like a There are other dangers w
lot of money except that besides bee stings in the honey ,
maintaining an apiary (bee bee business. Hank told of a Vtdo
black bear which i
colony i can be expensive recently s
"It\ costs about $,1{:> to set a broke into one of his hives on
hive with no bees The time i iI the Dampier property '( 1LJ1 ,
involved to set them up is t "I didn't even know it was $1aLw ;reI
unlit'lievablo. at .just t alxiut the out here. I hadn't even _
same price' you can buy them I ,j checked l on them for about a $ r- ____
set up.' Hank said "\'ouvegot ; II M!'. week, The bears don't get too
/ to watch what von buy if 1 ''t'. awfully big about 300- (IHJ '
they 're used hives \ lot of ., ; ';t iI'Ait pounds and they're afraid of AL- ",.\ ...1i .,. ,
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; themselves than ;>-
more
limes I Ihev II be old<1 with the '
bottoms tailing out i J ,J. anything else ,, l. __ )
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Hank has spent SJIMIO:! .SKHKImi ( Text", By I'holm Kv
bees alone so) tar this vear The process! of "robbing"! the hives! of honey begins! by smoking lane" Powell" A complete" hive may contain as! many as thirty of these IVgfO'Neal I) ; ;./
and!. behove it or not Ihev can tht'mith smouldering pine straw. The smoke partially frames and will\ house about 100,000 bees! handled slowly I and from the" hive. An experienced", bee keeper can handle frames in I
lie ordered I tram Sears- immobilizes! the bees so the frames containing! the honeycombs carefully, the bees will not be aroused, by removing' the frame this way with little fear of being stung.
I Itixhiick: lorla':! lox. which may be removed.
mi'ludes a iiicen| I the combs are then ilecapped so the honey w ill flow out freely. l
With those kinds ol \\ hl'lI dime commercially, the process! is speeded by using Pointing out scattered can rely on their own skills to manv there are in till'n..id'ford said
I'XI"'I1o"s.| Hanks bees must ilecapping and honey extracting machines! bunches of rotten pine by the fulfill most of their needs County aren If you Itt.t.1 yearning lo own
:: produce' mole. t than I three hives (lank told of another They are self-reliant people your own hive with KMMM) ( )
,: Kinds ol hiuiev in order to tward 'This wood is full of and do most of the work of any "It's hard I to( say there we su.nmiritf lues. all you have I
:= Iii yak even In tact. they starts again with the orange and supervision. By then they i sl'orplUlls.soml'llmeS they kind that needs to be done on probably lots of others You In tin is tlnlt'r from our Sears
.: produce much more, blossom which produces the had decided to move out of cr.1lup my legs Once I was the farm including building gel out talking (10 people and. catalogue and vou are in
.. aveiagmg, ( ( H.lino( ) pounds honey popular with tourists. Miami driving out the gate, and I additions to the house you learn of more,' :Mary' Ann business
'I I lie I the "We tired of the large ButI h.lt does the quiet,
:: annually& honey on Both K\It'S' are teachers in grew looked down and saw one on
.. 1I.ltb..1I101" made I Irom the the Hradtord County school city we were looking for my' shirt Another time 1 was self-assured couple think of .
: nectar of tin gallhcrry( bush. system (Hank ::1 n": is an something rural and small," carrying. a hive to my truck bee keeping Mary Ann sees it ,
native to this area industrial arts teacher at Mary' Ann said, "I 1 love not and one was on my hand. .is 'the hobbY that went into a : ,"
;: 'lo bee. keepers a honey Bradford .MiddleSchool Mary having a neighbor." Funny .. he mused I le's onlv business" Although she helps .
:;: Him 'ircm'swhenapluntlhat'' Ann teaches second grade at The Kyles began looking fora !been stung once and wasn't with the business she is .. .
.: I lees, use lo make h"lIt'IS in Southside F.lemcnlary. The chicken farm to manage' hurt badly careful because of her allergy .
: bloom Iheie are six such (two met in :Miami while Hank and considered living in Besides producing honey to lee slings Hank sees a
.; llows elm'lIIltl1t'( year. in was serving in the Coast Arcadia but the farm near which naturally, is a staple in future in it and is willing to
:- I'lot'ida. In'ginning( with be( (Guard Mary' Ann had Hampton was too attractive. u the Kyle housl'huldI.rnk/ drive throughout the slate
:: in':inge blossom in SmIth( graduated from the The two chicken houses on makes can mashed following the honey flows
syrup
:: I.lorula. in :September I'mversitv of Florida with aBA the farm house 30,000 from cano growing beyond t the Besides Dampier and Kyle fix. l:
::: following. ( tin orange blossom I in elementary educationthe replacement pullets and are hr house Milk cows provide milk Don llelley is another
;: llou inniisilu. u.illlx'irand! year Ix-fore so she taughtin the leading money-makers for for the couple. and Mary Hampton resident in the
.: -i'i \ |"i.'iliiu' tin. Listing; trim I he'n :Miami while he earned his the farming operation. Hank r churns butter for home use. business I He-was the state bee
=: -t l ,nl I 'III' d t through" :M.IVmil 1A\ in educaton in industrial keeps about HO hives among Checking on his hives off Fresh vegetables! grew in t ther3u inspector for the Departmentof
:. "ii' ,'inulogiial, ,order iris at the t'mversity of the pecan trees behind these SR. loll near his home, (Hank i: ; acre garden (the two Agriculture, and now raises
.: < ..inn'' In, N,it,i, !'h Honda! :Miami They both taught in chicken houses. said these bees were just com tended last \l'arBoth queen bees for sale Bill Sappis
.:: I I"" i"" "itu.' (i'' Dim ih. South bade l i ounty and by' 1972! 'In order for it to be a good ing off a gallberry honey flow Kyle's are well suitedfor a Lake Butler resident who I ,,
.: I Iii' "H.. 'n" "i limn pepper low( :Mary Ann had earned a flow the bees should have to and will soon be going to living( in the relative keeps !bees Since bee keepingis ar
u,,' '''ht South Honda :Master degree in go no further than a one-mile Archer or Hronson for the solitude of rural Hampton novel to most people. even
.:: ..ill.iliii.i llnu The the ,::Vi,'le elementary administration radius Otherwise they spend partridge pea flow Ihey' enjoy the privacy and the Kyles don't know how

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\ L 't, Bradford !Mack Futch
T\L&f\ __ :. {f ,: has resigned County and Starke
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TL-i I : DINE : attorney Jesse\\olbcrt will be
f.I y handling misdemeanor cases ttrti r
( here it was learned
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: : "\ Elwell will handle felony'
t LiveEntertainment m .
here.
'.' cases ,
aI- r Futch. who formerly
1 1f If .rlir practiced law here, was public
,71
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: Wed Fri. Sat a Sun At The' J I defender from 1972 until 1975
__ ,... .. \ lie says he will continue to
1- law, but his plans are
practice
,1 1t 1 Melrose I V//: / \ not complete at this time. His
I resignation Assistant State
104 I I
I Attorney is effective July F
You II marvel at the high quality performance Silver Star 4 \\olbert. who is also Bras

: -. and the high-powered calculating features of fm'd's school attorney is with
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;' -- this budget-priced figure genius. Large 8- Shaw and Kopelousos3O > .
::, .. digit. display large widely spaced numeral Restaurant & LoungeHwy
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/ and function and
keys positive touch set anew 21 Melrose
: standard for personal calculator convenience
of y. q Memory, automatic square root

V III g II g squaring, percentage reciprocal and full
floating decimal are powerful features found \ y
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iii g on much higher priced units.
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Hank !says! bees' won't sling unless they are aroused< and
s proves It bv allowing( this one to perch on hii finger'
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a:;;. OF Lawtey Man On Probation For



'S. 106 Here is the ideal Slide Rule calculator for BUSINESSSTARKE Trespassing Container Land

r;: -__._ math students and engineers. Same large 8- Every ItemIn
!< digit. decimal display and keyboard features Benjamin Clark of Lawtey Cindy Jane Saunders 20, of
,, received one year probationand Lake City, and Edward :Mann
;:-- of the VS-104. this popular scientific model StoreThousands a $::16! fine after being Tucker were fined $151>l each
>.. has 42 functions, including trigonometric and found guilty of trespassing the and both had their driver's
;; g inverse trig functions Computes common or only trial requiring a jury on license revoked! for ,. p 'I natural logarithms. Has Pi key exponential Of theJuly 6 county court docket driving while intoxicated
. reciprocal, square root degree/radian and Tim Clark, also of Law ley a Russell L Bishop was
:;: .I much more. A truly powerful scientific per codefendant in the same case sentenced to six months ':in
I sonal calculator for the price.. but was found not guilty of county jail for driving hill'
: Dollars Of Stock trespassing on Container ('orporation intoxicated and :lo\ days for

1 .;. ... ..:. ga. Now 6995 located near of L'S-301 America north land of ilrivmgwitha license. revoked drivers

Starke last November I 19! Samuel B :Michanko
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To Choose From The remaining cases on the David ;\I.rriunIorrlson: lx>lh
: docket involved guilty pleas charged with halll'rh.ltl
and did not require jury trials. their CMICS, continued' to a
The charge of leaving the later dateAutomation
The scene of an accident as
Office Shop CENTER dropped against! Howard -------------

'. q l Kitties 55. of Law ley after he is technological
: 110 West Call Street Phone 964-5764 Starke, Florida | pled guilty to a lesser charge process that does all
of driving with an unauthor the work while
you just ml'
1: If We Don t Have What You Need We'll Try Our Very Best To Get it. 212 EAST CALLS, By The Railroad Tracks ized Kittles blood was sentenced alcohol" lo level.three younger there ,When this was you c-ulled wore

:: We Aim To Satisfy Phone 964 7929 months probation, $71 fine, "!Moliur

.: KATHLEEN & HARRY COLLIER Owners 31)and) days revocation of license for -General Feature. ('.rp..
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J Dave Shuford Qualified For Dist. 1 Seat II

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D.L. "Dave" Shuforcl a 12 spending, while keeping fore people of Bradford County for the people of Bradford County
year veteran of the Bradford most in mind the rights and having made it possible for with dignity and honor, 'R H
County Commission, qualified needs of the people me to serve as their commissioner always striving to give our
Monday July 12, for reelection In a statement, Shuford In asking for another county the most effective, '
to the District 1 seat, said: term, I pledge my continuedbest efficient and economical
rI he now holds "I want to thank the good efforts to represent all government possible :

) a a Shuford, from Lawtey
chaired the Commission for
Six years and was vicechairman -
for two years. Me has
been In business in Law toy for

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Bradford High School class of I!IB6 celebrated their tenth Rhodes, Dwight Elder: Darlene Huff. Jeff Novak, harry 1974 4 Br
anniversary June 19 at the Starke Golf and Country Club. \\IlIiams, and Janice Parmenter.
Class members attending were: Betty Register Dorothy Air Cond. Good
Newsome. Linda Gainey Melanie Koby, Joan Libby, Alice Others were Douglas Conner,David Jones Bobby Autry,John 2 Br
Knight(.lendd Prevail. nosleIc'arlhy! Faye Bagwell, Linda Bradley,Tommy Johnson.Dean Norman.Ton'I.awson. Ronnie
Hosier. Candy Wt Cldburn, Tonda Dixon, John Odom Dale Whitehead Charles llowell. Steve Tilley Faye Leach, Diane 2 Bath Cond.
Brown !Mary inann, and Butch Itedding. Hardy. Kathleen Thomas :Marilyn Mctrary: Lorraine Davis,
Also attending were Jane !Mann Kay Sunderland, Renee Julius Eunice, Jwaynelday, :Mike Nichols, Becky Sellers,
Belote. Julie Walker Kathy Hitchcock. !Marian (Green Clara Patricia :Moser, John Sandford, Jeff Floyd erald !Silt-ox. $ 8895 4 ISO

Da\e Shuford I


I CP8(0CP 8 qJ(0CU{ ffiul(0CWltl'l'IlIn ) County District Commission I ;2 Single Wide Repos For $20000 DownOlin's


Shuford sees several thai-
P.IK: : :It) Receiving AA degrees from SUMMER SALE lenges facing the county in the
and
Michael McQuaig Now Going On At next four years: the develop.
Miss Madge Middleton Lake City Community Collegeat Janna Waters of Waycross LEILA'S DRESS & GIFT ment and implementation of a
returned Sunday after five the end of the Spring 1916 spent the weekend with Mr. SHOP comprehensive plan for local
weeks in Riverside Hospital William term are:Perry Joyce, Caddell Kenneth and Mrs. Mack Williams 132 E.Call Street964.5051.Open governments,which must be

Mr, and Mrs. David Mont. Tackett, Richard Rawls, Rai- David McQuaig of Waycrossis 9-5:30 completed the by collection July, 1979.and; completing dis
gomery and children Janet ford; Nancy Fullwood, visiting Jay Godwin this Mrs. James Shaw of Put. posal of solid waste system< Mobile HomesHwy
and Alan and Mrs. Montgomery's Starke; Donald Ethridge week. nam, Conn is spending two already started: drainage,
mother, Mrs. ILL Hale Janice Holmes Fabian weeks with her parents, !Mr conservation and recreation
Tolbert of Lake City returned Scaff, Jr., Denice Sims, Lake SUMMER SALE and !Mrs R.MtcBae.! concerns, and keeping the 100 Starke 964.5606 FHA Available On New HomesAsk y
Sunday from four weeks tour Butler; Debra Scott, Brooker; Now Going On At county on sound financial Mark Olin About The Fire Retardant Champion Mobile, Home Advertised. Or Teleiision. '
of the west to California, Mon AS degree Eric Hague of LEILA'S DRESS & GIFT footing with no deficit
tana Grand Canyon and Yellowstone Lake Geneva; Barbara John SHOP
National Park. son of Lake Butler; certificates 132 E. Call Street
George Alexander and 96-1.5051 Open 9-5:30
Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. Arthur Amundsen, and Leon MON. ONLY
W H. Thomson left Holston of Starke in plumbing. THURS. THRU
Monday and !Miss
Mrs Robson Duffy PAY
for New York City where they WHY
Beverly Eggers of Jacksonville Call
will slay until Friday when Local admittances to Brad were Saturday dinner j + I 1 155 W. ", i
ford this
County Hospital
they will join a tour to London,
week Include: Mrs. Annie guests of their grandparents,
Pans Rome Amsterdam and Mr. and Mrs. Tullie Norman. StreetStarke ? .I
the Lucerne for three weeks. Saunders. William Atwood, MORE I
Jr., Mrs. Zella Fredrick, Mrs. e
k SUMMER SALE Lois Dolling, Andrew Griffis, Mrs. Annie Mae Knsor of. '
Now Going On At Miss Ann Brooks, Mrs. Ethel Jacksonville spent the weekend
LEILA'S DRESS & GIFT Hardee. Milton Bell, Mrs. with her mother Mrs.
SHOP Selma Thompson, Mrs. Bertha Pearce
111 E. Call Street Maggie DeWaters, Howard
9445051Open 95:30Jim : Oehly, Mrs. Fannie Reames, Mrs. Carrie Ritch returned PALMOLIVEDISH % a E "
Louis Crews and Thomas Monday after a week in St ,,
and Stella Jane Huffman Crawford, Starke, Mrs. Celia Luke's Hospital for observation -
of Pikeville Ky. were Redding, Mrs. Elizabeth and treatment. I k'
.guests of her parents, Mr and Thornton Raiford, David DETERGENT
MrsBill Costello at Lake Lee, Wallace Mann, Mrs. 1 22 OZ.SIZE /\S\
Brooklyn last week. Enrouteto Armontin Usborne. Lake But
Florida they vacationed in ler, Mrs. Rosie Baxley and .

Gatlmburg.friends in Atlanta.Tenn. and visited !Mrs Bessie SUMMER Sapp SALE Lawtey. FLORIDATHEATRE (T\ 77. ; .\.v 11 -" FAMOUS MAKER!


Mr and Mrs. George Kicks Now Going On At oj'.1
and children returned last LEILA'S DRESS & GIFT
Thursday from a weeks visit SHOP SHEETS
with her mother, Mrs. Steve 132 E. Call Street 5 DaysFri
Kish and relatives In western 9645051Open 9-5.30: I

Pennsjlvama Tues.i .

Walter Prevail was on thedean's !Mr Mary and Anne Mrs J Miller.A. Budd visited and $ 75
list for the ji
spring quar
Susan in Jackson
daughter
ter at tIF He graduated in the : REG.
ville from Thursday to Monday !t1
with BA in
same quarter a Susan returned with 41&v
Agriculture: )in Food
Mary Anne to visit until Fri.
Resources and Economics He
was Florida 4-H President in day. + & ,
1 1970-71( and traveled aroundthe DOUBLE BED
Mrs. II McLendon: of
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United States at that time.
l a '
Orlando and grandsons.
I He is now working in I'F Agri- SIZE REG.
Matthew and !Mark Meister of $325
culture Department and will Pensacola are visiting E.L. sr ran
school in Sept-
enter graduate
Matthews for several days.
ember PILLOWCASES POF- Zron2s7 I
Mr. and Mrs. J.W Ritch.
SUMMER SALE
Now Going On AtLEILA'S Mrs. Daisy Perryman and FOAM FILLED
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Mrs. Tommy Johns and $ | ll RIG
DRESS SHOP & GIFT children of Macclenny spent : BED PILOWS IA. s 1"'
the ten days at Santa Fe c
past
132 E, Call Street Lake. ..:MINT1ONRN ..
964.5051 1-Open 9-5:30
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-,-------------- LEGALS --.___..A.._________ To Be
Pat Farnsworth City AccountantLocal

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Year of Issuance: 1974. 32096, Proctor: Alvin Brown.III. .,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Description of Property: Com. change trom Purvis, Gray & gouges him said Jackson render more unbiased

FLORIDA IN AND FOR at SE Cor of SW V.of SW% Run St. Johns River Water accountant certified Pat Farnsworth public Co., saying Farnsworth who Is president of a building opinions. ....------------,
BRADFORD COUNTY N 669' for PCB W 100' N SO E Management District, 1101 cannot do the job in the same supply operation, he'd find a Williams also pointed out

100' S 50', to POB Sec. 5, Twp- Highway 19, Palatka. Florida Starke accepted commission the offer to become of the number of hours. Williams, new auditor.If that a firm as large as Purvis I LEGALS I II

CIVIL ACTION 6-S, R-22 32077, Proctor: Jack Merrian.IV. city auditor at the who arrived at the meeting a limit is placed on an and Gray is capable of
CASE No. 76-201 Name In which assessed: Tuesday, after the council had receivedFarnsworth's auditor, would we get a specialization, such as the I II
July 6, meeting of the council. I NOTICE /
Thomas & Roundtree. audit Councilman
Mary acceptenace, complete ,
Southwest Florida Water speciality of municipal
MARIA ELIZABETH All of said property being in Management District, U.S. The council decided to asked the council to Vernon Silcox asked. With a accounting. He questioned I PUBLIC HEARING I II

GUTIEPREZ AVILA a minor By: the County of Bradford, State of Highway 41, 7 Miles South of Co.switch, the from Gainesville Purvis Gray firm& reconsider because the city limit the city might get a 50 whether Farnsworth has the j Apublic hearing Stark will be,held Fla at, I
Florida. needs outside, and audit Silcox said. |the City Hall. I
MARIA MARON WALLACE Brooksvllle, Brooksville, Florida an percent to .
which has capability specialize.Councilman P.M.
handled the 5.00
Unless such certificate or city'sauditing therefore unbiased firm. Clerk Merrill Edwards said | Mon., Aug. 2, 1976 at I
33612, Proctor: Bob Evans.V. Silcox said that
chores for the
NOTICE OF SUIT certificates shall be redeemed past Farnsworth became a he is certain Farnsworth can't his wife Is a second cousin tofo'arnsworth's j for the following purposePlac: I
NO PROPERTYTO according to law the property Department of environ- council seven years. At the the June 15 certified public accountantlast do the audit in the first year in wife, that no j ing a mobile home at the following I
described in such certificate or mental South- meeting positionwas September and went into the same number of hours as blood relation exists betweenhe I locations:
Regulation, offered
: Senaida Avila, Address certificates will be sold to the eastern District, 5301 Gun-dub In more than to Farnsworth hour's business with veteran Starke Purvis and Gray.. "If Pat and and Farnsworth j All parties will be heard at this
highest bidder at the court an accountant Nell Tucker. He his staff will do it for the same ( time.
Unknown ft Presidents del Road, West Palm Beach, Florida discussion of the "I'll make a promise to
Tribunal Tutelar de Menores, La house door on the 20th day of 33402, Proctor: Bill Albritton. job the city commission city auditing was approached several charge, 1 have no objection," you." Silcox told Williams. "If I 1)) Lillian W. Bishop. : 1
of Property
Paz, BoliVIa South America. July 1976. Itchg 7/15 heard from months ago by various council stated Edwards.The he doesn't do a good job of it, Description
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthan Dated this 14th day of June, opposition City members about taking on the clerk asked why the I'll make a motion to fire I Commence at the SW Corner of
----- --- --- Clerk Merrill Edwards and
1976. city's work. change. The council wanted J Southwest Quarter of South-
an action for Adoption has him.
resident Joe Williams to the
been filed against you and you Gilbert S Brown, Oerk NOTICE OFAPPLICATION of Farnsworth Councilman Joe Warren somebody local, Mayor west Quarter (ISW y4 of SWIof
are required to serve a copy of By: Beulah M. Moody FOR Edwards appointment said his interest was in keep- Schaefer said. Section 22, Township 6
your written defenses, if any to Clerk of Circuit Court of TAX DEED objected to the ing the cost of the audit within "Why should we go My Neighbors 1 South Range 22 East, and run

it. on the the plaintiff attorney, Bradford County, Ra NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, the$8,000 paid to Purvis, Gray outside?" Silcox asked. 1 thence North along the West 1
whose name and address is 6/24 4tchg 715NOTICE that H.V. SAXON, the holder of FOR SALEFOR & Co last year. His motion to Councilman Joe Warren : ] boundary thereof a distance of /
Hon George H Pierce, P.O. ------------- the following certificates has set an $8.000 limit on monies to asked Farnsworth if he felt he (1118.75 feet, thence run East /

Drawer 1030, Starke Florida, OF INTENTIONTO filed said certificates for a tax SALE: Set of 10 be paid Farnsworth was could handle the job. Farnsworth 3945 feet to Easterly right of I
and file the original with the deed to be issued thereon. The Bible Story Books, like defeated 4-1, only Warren replied his ethics prohibit I way line of Old Lawtey Road and
clerk of the above styled courton REGISTER certificate numbers and years of new. $45.00. Call 964.6642. voting for it. Chairman his taking a job he can't 'kCJf' I pant of beginning. From point /
or before August 10 1976: FICTITIOUS NAME issuance, the description of the It 7:15 Charles Schaefer secondedthe handle. I of beginning thus described run
otherwise a judgement may be Pursuant to Section 86609 property, and the names in motion to get it on the "It's not beyond the I thence North along the Easterly
Florida Statutes, notice Is here- -------------
entered against you for the relief which ft was assessed are as floor, then voted against it. competency of me and my I right of way line of Old Lawtey /
demanded in the complaint or by given that the undersigned follows: Farnsworth said he was staff," Farnsworth said. 4 ti I Road 93.75 feet, run thence East I
Sharon Hayes Ftt 2, Box 560, LEGALS j 170.55 feet, thence run South
petition. Certificate No. 110. willing to operate on that Speaking as a citizen and a /
WITNESS my hand and the Melrose, Florida, 32666, doing Year of Issuance: 1974. basis with the provision that taxpayer, Joe Williams asked / 93.75 feet, run thence West
under the firm of I
seal of said Court on July 2, business"A CHILD'S GARDEN name NUR- Description of Property: Beg. 1976.( he could approach the councilif for further consideration for I j 170.55 feet to point of
1976. at SW Cor. of E Vs of SW%. of he saw the audit would run Purvis. Gray & Co. Williams "I let Alex borrow -"pry- I j beginning.At .
SERY SCHOOL Rt 2, Box mv
GlbertS. Brown SW/ of NW% N 469, E Gilbert S Brown over the capSuppose said the council would be bar-You'll gel j intersection of Old Lawtey
Melrose Bradford your precious
550 County
As Clerk of said Court Florida, 32666,, intends to 110.62', S 459', W 110.62', to As Clerk of said Court Farnsworth could better off with an auditingfirm putter buck in a minute." | Road and Larry St.
By: Beulah M. Moody register ,POB Ex R/Wof Co. Gr. Rd. RP-- do the work for $5.000, l outside he I city that
said fictitious name under the --------
As Deputy Clerk of aforesaid statute. 430. Sec. 25, Twp 8-S. R22. By: Virginia F. DarbyAs Deputy Councilman Marc Jackson "hasn't any relations, friends, FOR SALE Electric Pencil I iAI Crosby, Chairman
7/8 4tchg 7/29 provisions Sharon sole Name in which assessed: Clerk asked. The council should go blood relations or economc sharpeners, 3 different j I Starke Zoning Board
Hayes owner Vertince Green, Jr. along with Farnsworth on the relations with the city" Merrill Edwards
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Dated this 22nd of June. 1
day All of said property being in 7/15 4tchg 8/5 same basis as with Purvis and Theoretically. Williamssaid home or office. For sale! at I City Clerk

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR 6/24 A.D. 4tchg 1976 at 715NOTICE Starke, Florida. the County of Bradford State of -- - - Graj; If his auditor ever an outside firm would The Office Shop .!<chg7/15_ .._________
BRADFORD COUNTY, Florida. ,
FLORIDA ............................. 11II::
Unless such certificate
or :::
certificates shall be redeemed JQl fort. % IGLIII
OF INTENTIONTO ;If I a ..
CASE NO. 75.212IN REGISTER according to law the property roll CKUtrmstil 4 1_ '
SOID A11Ata1
NAME described in such certificate or ]
FICTITIOUS
THAN WHIII
RE: The Marriage of GLEN Pursuant to Section 865.08 certificates will be sold to the 64lumti Oil M / =

HARLON WOOTEN, Husband, Florida Statutes, notice is here- highest bidder at the court wfcjr lprke2EAGLES! rMUV DISCOUNT* STOftCS
and TERESA ELAINE by that the undersigned house door on the 20th day of
given
WOOTEN, Wide.NOTICE G,.K. By, 2313 N. Temple Ave., July 1976.
Starke, Florida 32091, doing Dated this 16th day of June,

OF SUIT business under the firm name of 1976. PRICES ARC LOWER
"THE PALMS APTS." 2313 N Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk
TO GLEN HARLON WOOTEN,
Temple Ave., Starke Florida By: Beulah M. Moody
29 Stockton Street Charleston,
Clerk of Circuit Courtof

West YOU Virginia ARE HEREBY 25312.NOTIFIEDthat 32091 fictitious,of intends aforesaid name under to statute.register the provisions said. 6/24 Bradford 4tchg ,7/15 Co., Florida OH SM THURSDAY THRU SATUBMW SAVC/0% TO +5'

action for dissolution of
an --------------
G.K. By, sole owner.
marriage has been filed againstyou WHY MT til TO $117HlDRI
Dated this 22nd day of June, -
and you are required to A D. 1976 at Starke, Florida. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT *L
serve a copy of your written 6/24 4'NOTICE 7/15 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
defenses if it 5.88
any to on
------------- FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD-
RICHARD E. WELTY Attorneyfor .
FORD COUNTY i
OF EXAMINATIONNotice s.k'
the Petitioner, whose
TIE TIP UNI II TilUT10I
address is 114 N. Walnut Street, FIN MHLfiirr
CIVIL ACTION
P 0 Box 995, Starke Florida is hereby given pursuant Towels POLYESTER SUCIS r
CASE No. 76-206
Chapter 17.20, Florida I
32091, and file the original with to 1M e.R't IM IM ittti bite
the Clerk of the above.styled Administrative Code, Rules and LORENA ". M. t tu t IM UII. IN
KINSEY BENJES
,
Court on or before August 2, Regulations Governing Water talleltHe 1_ qylllt !Sf
Wife/Petitioner, ERIC FRED-
1976, otherwise a judgment may Well Contractor's Ucenses that vs. /fiftric tint lOtS lull $IT I/ to
be entered against you for the an examination will be given at ERICK BENJES, HusbandRespondent ,R k Ii $11 sleds! IMS ...". i,
relief demanded in the Petition. the following time, date, and hIt permtn stiytwruHtfrn a l: '
WITNESS my hand and the locations to all qualified SnE 11% ) IllS milt toIN "'"
NOTICE OF SUIT .
wader Cheats
seal of said Court on the 28 day applicants whose applicationsare SA 11% SAYE 1.01 VALVE PLUS
,
NO PROPERTYTO 5.1,45 Dints rick til
of June, received in the Departmentof 3.96
1976.Gilbert : ERIC FREDERICK BENJES t.lJ51t/S304t
Environmental Regulation
S. Brown 440 6.88 88
DISCOUNT nice wsJ.erDISCOUNT
AS CLERK OF SAID COURT. Certification and Manpower
Development Section, 2562 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat PRIOR WAS Me DISCOUNT PRICE WA3j.W SUPER tOw DISCOUNT PRIce m MILITARY LOOK! KIR'S I '

By Beulah M. Moody Executive Center Circle East an action for DISSOL- WIPE IP II-UON. EPAiin SHUT SAYE 24%
SPILLS MST WITH IRIR8 OR TIE IURIERS! 24" IEEP PICNIC MODIES cm IN
Deputy Clerk Montgomery Building, UTION OF MARRIAGE has been II-IRI PIPER TOWELS LAME POITULE III) HILL POLrTOAM ICE MIST IattMN flip t ft keli. II ...1111I
7/1/ 4tchg 7/22 Tallahassee Florida 32301, by filed against you ERIC FRED- JIHIO 101-SHEET ROLL lAS 1 POSmORS, FOLIS PUT IOLIS 14 07$., DOPE IMBLE "tstllnllll. Sun S.MLU. $ '

.... .,..... ........_....-.... July 28, 1976.Examinations ERICK BENJES and you are 2p.
required to serve a copy of your IUMftOYNI

NOTICE OF will be given to written defenses, if any to it, on / WINS 3/.03 f fr

APPLICATION FOR qualified applicants on July 30, the plaintiff's attorney, whose P 'N.,,_ -- ER'S Till SICRS I .
,
WITH SPORT STRIPES G
name and address Is George H.
TAX DEED
1976, at 1:00: pm. at the .
Pierce, Esquire, P.O. Drawer \ 11
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN following locations: e r w ;
that H V. SAXON the holder of 1030 Starke, Florida 32091, r_

the following certificates has I I. Department of Environmental and file the original with the r, C
filed said certificates for a tax Regulation, Northwest District clerk of the above styled court 'ILUES t/
TO
44 1.11
deed to be issued thereon The Contact Office, Lafayette on or before August 19 1976: j
certificate numbers and of Florida otherwise a judgement may be e
years Building. Tallahassee, /4ttrtcr\VILU 2.88
VALUE PLUS! 'i
S /b
issuance, the description of the 32301 Proctor: Cliff McKeownII. entered against you for the relief /
property, and the names in demanded in the complaint or SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICE it as
2.99 2 47 3 9 6 ;
which it was assessed are as Suwannee River Water petition. UNIAO11LIST-IUAIJT11ECt K
follows WITNESS my hand and the SUES FOR HER, WOMEN, SITS ra
: Management District, Bridge SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICE SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICE DISCOUNT PRICE
Certificate No. 33. Street White Springs Florida seal of said Court on July 12, CtslltlRtd .CR I 11111I1. trip 4i
Hill" WHITE PUSTIO MESR LETS RAVE PARTY! 1d-/C. VALUE PLUS! liD Dill' SAYE 13%
tan "Mi" 71], wtnei 510
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TULE II STURDY METAL EL DORADO IEVERAGE SET IN
NOTICESTATE FUME-FallS FOR STORAGE IVOCAOO OK BOLO 11' 02. I al" root 111 1I1t111 PLA=TIC ban'31. 3 1


SAYE 12% V DISCOUNT MICR WAS/AftETT

OF FLORIDA MEN COOL IFF All LOOk

DEPARTMENT OF BANKING AND FINANCE Id 1fY1CdhP tNORUL WITS HEAT IN -IID' IRORTS
I
SAFETY TAPE Walk ill wilt I Hick it t this super
DIVISION OF BANKING
DTKI! Solids plaids M silts 3244SUPERPRO .
I 47C
r YALUL r_I
IN RE Application of Community State Bank of Starke, Starke, Florida, for authority to wifT u. ; tSAYE

relocate main bank office. I ; HC STYE 11% 1 29sv
I 21% A E /: VALUE PLUS! eF i
SUPER tow DISCOUNT MICR

GERALD A. LEWIS COMPTROLLER OF FLORIDA, has received an application from 197 7 8 $ 8 TIPS CIOICEMULT ;: WRAT AN USIRTMEkTT! SWIM
'I SWIM R I! .; ; i nUllS II JeST IIS STTUCgmfortioli
the bank listed above for authority to relocate main bank office: DISCOUNT PRICK W AS 3,11
DISCOUNT PRICE WAS3.e1 DISCOUNT PRICE WAJiMT 1001LES IN ,T aZhr, hoists vslletlai
t>! NI/11 MASS TEN'S IOPSACK models litu tog MMS"" S.MLU.
tips FLU TICR COLLAR FUR AFLOAT ON IIFLAURLE wT-WAUIN' CREPE 80tH't
From:114: West Madison Street REPS TOUR ION OR CAT vim HAT wrri CUSNIORS, 97c e... krHifweihtfw aea CwrrMe VALUE PLUS! '
Starke FloridaTo PIST-FRES HP TO 4 MOITRS IOPE. 2-NAI I4il4" SIZE iitn etnlort Wniieii. 7II

3 9y

: 811 South Walnut Street pl 1// SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICE

Starke Florida i AIR CONDITION TOUR HltHTS '

O l3Rr9 f k IN COOL sunn PAJAMAS ,

pursuant to Section 659.06 ((1)I) ((0)), Florida Statute Any person desiring to comment hIor"e_ a ?, EaI peers Smoott M4 bli solids d if/I Fdsestn mm Mrs crlM 1C r

upon this application may do so by sending a written statement to: al-a1e .- \

SAT
George E. Lewis, II =AYE 10% YALtlELOS! SAVE 30% ; SAVE

Director Division of Banking

Office of the ComptrollerThe 1.74 11.88 1.00 DISCOUNT PRICI WASjiffC 24%

Capitol r''CIW.SJ.fl' SUPt LOW DISCOUNT PRICE, DISCOUNT PRICE, WASK4f NEl's /" SIEIE LUTHER ,J j

Tallahassee Florida 32304 TWO 1-ULLOI "un VILE II LI$. UILE IIX RARILAIORLIIIIC WRAP YOURSELF UP II LOSS WORK SHOES ARE CISHIOREI C r
U4III CRLOIIM IEEPS YOUR eiROERTRAn FIR TERRT! 20i40" IATN TIWEL1IR lad Mtll 11011ft W4 pTOtKtlMH i r
Ptll WITH SP1RIURI 00IVE TEAT POOL TRUTMEIT SMART PRINTS I SOURS IW pi. OlktsutMt salt. 7II 0 0
Any statements submitted should be received by 5.00 P.M. on July 28, 1976. If 1i' v $1

requested, a hearing may be held in the discretion of the Department at.: <> sm 45"(, tAlC =Art 3 IXUfltAJO ".
PLASTIO L1i -
TIUIR conn STIIH CLEANSES SHIPS II UST. .p Were $129

10.00 A.M. on POAS/1A,102. ? T69WIMljr:

August 18, 1976 in $ JR.BOYSSWIM
12c I (
Room 212, Carlton Building ( OAVI35% 'I

WASt" TRAt I II
Tallahassee Florida 32304 r'-
i LAMS.. I'S
I
m EI' AYE 1
=AYE 21% 69
Witness my hand and seal of the Department of Banking and Finance State of Florida lAY 1/%( :ATP H% Till TRUNKS

at Tallahassee, Florida on this 7th day of July, 1976. WATER WASH MLS, 88c.______ __.. 1.97 w"n% einci DISCOUNT MICE. WAS JrOTJEHIIIS I

0 02. Sill PRICE WAS Mr DSCOUNTPCCIWAS,1, ( .... Ulnl.11IT Trim-Fitting
i DISCOUNT .... /IIA-wUT11A FASHION FINIS! I
GERALD A. LEWISCOMPTROLLER 44c 11 02. JOHNSON STEP EATEN SWEEP IT AU IP WIT A .'g"'gU..11'L MISSES' HALTERS All THIS Stretch Nylon

OF FLORIDA Totil floor tint formula win tillIAIIMUYII PlTI'"II'" l.l H IMS SHUNT kl III bath
w.S.Jn itrlpplfif ictiOR Ciiins ind IRISTUS wAS.1f Ream tr struct tl. ton. In Sizes 4-7 I

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By _:.

/ ;!- EAGLETHE, CONVENIENT FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES 17O LOCATIONS


312] W. MadIson St.
GEORGE E. LEWIS II EI' PACK REG 100's9F47513
CIGARETTES
DIRECTOR DIVISION OF BANKINGt 47 >404 $474It



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Donna Faxon Dee IIIr.Zm7 HERElS WHY! '




Qualifies For



Dist.5 Seat Where Else Can You Advertise


Donna
Dee Faxon
a 31- :
year-old Gainesville educatorand

civic activist has


candidate secretary officially of for filed State the to with District become the a 5 To 5,000 Households--15,900 Readers For s2


state Senate seat.

"Since my announcementover .
a month ago, I've MOTORCYCLESFOR PERSONAL SERVICE FOR SALEFOR FOR SALEFOR ;

observed that many voters in r Floriland Realty United Farm Agency ,. 0

the district have been so PAINIINO HOUSES:/ SALE 1973 Pentlac BALE Turkey.. and I
poorly represented that they SALE Hoods Painter dealre work Catallna. 2 Door Hard Top duck at a good. price. Call 393 N.Temple Av*. Inc. : G2

don't even know what to ask Motorcycle, 1973 350 Contact Austin Carey Smith Small Equity, take up pay.menu. 964-6630 after 6 ,.... Itp
for from their legislators excellent condition. 48500. 964-8797.. Up 7/15 Call after 5 p.m. 964- 7/15 3 BR Cor. Cot num., Reg.. Real Estate Broker J r't
or Ed Hornsby,9645673. lie hi 5806. -- 206 S.Water St. t
tfpd
sometimes even who to ask," Ins 1 Acre Building, Lots on RD 16. National Adverting I
Faxon said. FOR RENT FOR BALE Spacious double Paul Faulkner-Broker.. itruiUlrgsr
FOR SALE 38 Snub, now band wide, eastern bust, 24x65. -- -
"The of Irene F.AMOdataSusaaIla1d&e.Ate..
people the district
48 Acre Farm with home Irt mlon _
MOTORCYCLES gun 156. hand gone 124.95, 25 central air and heat,2 bathi.
are understandably SUZUKI OF STARHEi Your FOR RENT, 2 BR, partially automatic. gun Irons 4995. call Rallord after 5 p.m.. 431- St. Rd. 229. 9B4-5O85 L REALTY
frustrated. They've seen a lot authorized Suzuki Deafer.Phone furnished' home, 534 W.Madloa Dahmen. Discount d.... 1765. Itp 7/15 -- _
of government for the people, 9644020. 304 Fad St. No Cor. let, wxh etorage BUg.
Cal Street.tfchg. children, _ARE YOU READY TO SCI Cecelia Terwillegar G
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sometimes government to the (125/month. 9647521. Itp FOR SALE Mobile Home. Part FOR SALEi Admiral. 28,000 YOUR <
people but not much 7/15_ and upplie*. DUN'S MOBILE BTU air conditioner, 1150. New Duplex In City | PROPERTY? ---
government by the people," HOME SALES. Hwy. 100 W. Table saw, 50. Honda 8L - Ow 13.MO,000

Faxon said. FOR RENT Small unfurnished Storks 9645606. orchg., 100 200. It..o.... space Nearly New, 3 BR Brick people art

Faxon was twice elected house 9645724. heater with 150 gal. tank, Home. A
tipoted to our Real Facts Real Estate
on
HOUSES FOR SALE - -
110. 9644511. 612 WashIngton
7/15 -
president of the Alachua luhg St. 7/15 Need Hating oa 2 to 5 ...... Adadtdrnbuq ,
Itp
Education FOR SALE Coastal
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Count representing FOR SALE 4 bedroom' brick 2 FOR RENT Unfurnished 2 Burmudn Hay, (150 bale. 2 8.13 A. A Bualneea. oa 301.
nearly 1.000 teachers and bath,large living mom,den andgameroomoa bedroom duplex carpeting'. goat*. 1 male, 1 female) FOR SALE 1973 ..U..... rivk nth Owning your own home gives you a great deal I of
20,000 students in the district. 1 landscaped.., stove, ...,..fII..to... N. pet Miking' ) liquid chicken Weed 10 1/2 It. Coachman. 4 BR Frame large lot utility rarreM'.T) Inner satisfaction. This Is the tried and proven American .
CoMfijr Eatatea, .house No. 6. or children. 122 N. Myrtle fert. Truck bold 6 ton*. Cadet$1,800.5791 sell track _
She to the bldg., one. by chain link 10 3 BR frame with of life independence through private) owner
was appointed Contact Dougla Mcbda 964- Street. 125. Call 964-8082 W.A. Prevatt 4(8-1985.- II wanted. 3/" Ferd camper. fireplace way

Gainesville City Plan Board 8158. d.... alter II p.... Itp 7/15 tfchg.' peclal..55,000 mile 12500. Pearl. Antlrewi,AMOG carpet on 100' x 200' lot. ship.If .
and to the city's Housing 9648846. Up 7/15 964-1739 18800. you don't own your own home, now is the lime tobegin t

Board where as vice. FOR RENT 3 room fur FOR BALE VERN1EP.ODOM - thinking and planning for the future Mortgage
chairperson her main FOR SALE Mobile home nlhd apartment. Utilities cage, with Rabbits metal A wire FOR SALE Yamaha. electronic Rag Broker. 3 houses, need repair 75' a money Is available. Down payments are; at a mini-
feeder.
interest was providing "73" IZiflS. 2 BR, 2 bathe, furnished (100 month. Phone 9645803. 7/8 step organ,excellent 964-5478 9547700REAL.ESTATE 100' lot 17800. Convenient mum. Property is as economical as it will ever be.
affordable housing for low and central' air and .heat, fur MIDard Judd Phone 964- 7/15 2tchg condition, cover Included location Invest now in your future.

middle income families. Dinned) with porch. Call 533- 5951. 127 Lafayette Street. 1.200 negotiable. Call 964- - Come in today and let us offer advice on wise home

Faxon was born in 2702 .da?., or 533-2491 lit'" 7/15 5875 alter 4. Upd Mobile Home on 1/2 acre 3 Investments. Our business is assisting the customer. I
night..! Itp 7/15 PUBLIC AUCTION Farm
Jacksonville in 1944. raised on A Construction Machinery, GARAGE BR, 2 bath, with expanded
SALE 1085
N.IICt.
FOR RENT. 3 Bedroom
a farm in Starke and movedto equipment, vehicle. Off Alton Rd. LR many extra*. (13,500. PREFERRED PROPERTIES
FOR SALE 3 bedroom house, unfurnished at 525 July 17. CONVENIENT Concrete Block 2Vi Lk
Gainesville in 1959. She is Saturday July 17. 10:00 a.m. ? C - Baths-large
West Saturday, 9Ill5. Itch, 7/15 / .r5'D"
Madison
brick, 2 bath, central heat & Street ForInformation an "
now an elementary school Consignment welcome. Acreage small oY Large kitchen; dining beautiful hardwood floors CH&A -
527 Walnut
air, den, living room, dining
teacher in Alachua County N.E. Fla. Equipment Auction - panelled throughout garage front porch corner lot -
room Flv. Oak. Subdlvlalon. Street. Up 7/15_ FOR SALE Fox/Deer Dog
and plans to campaign during 964-8387. Itp 7-8 284-0977., Green It 7/15 Cove Spring, for S.... Call Weekend. .5-ar v'---_ next to Episcopal Church nicely landscaped ground.

the summer across the 16 FOR RENT, 48 Acre land only 7823673. Itp 7/15 HOUSES FOR SALE -----
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county district "to reach one mil SE of Hampton. Large 4 BR 3 Bath 2eteryframe PARADISE LAKE Large 3 level home on two

every community with her Some .pasture, fenced four FOR SALE Mobue hums Iota FOR SALE Turkeys, ...u...., home oa 4 acres Here la what you have alwaysdeaned. beautiful lots.
WANTED (95 down Few....
still availablehi Many extras 38000.
message of responsive BR House and Barn. several laying hens, baby duckling, ... -----
government." Liveable (125 a month. Mr. aubdlvMrna. Ph. 468- frying' chlckeae, pair' el - DUPLEX A unique investment opportunity within
"Too many politicians WANTED: Used refrigerator Jo B. Oliver. Shady 0...'* 1551. tlchg. sheep 175. Jersey-Guernsey New 3 BR 1 1/2 bath stucco 3 BR 11/2 Bath Home,S month walking distanceto conveniences 202 N. Broadway

ignore the hundreds of small .,washers,and stoves In Mobil Home Park at FireTower milk. cow. Phone 9645801. CH&A ww carpet, (24,300 old. C.B. Construcuon on 130' Neat 2 BR IB, LR K & Dining Area on each side fruit I
towns and rural areas in their good condition. Call Dan- 1 man South on 301. ANNOUNCING The Itp 7/15 - (rootage by 700 deep lot at trees.

men' Discount 964-7923. tin Itp! 7/15_ opening. of Alvare Produce' 3 BR CB 6 percent mtg Sampeoo Liu.Rai -----
districts of
out political
Market
------------- (formerly Dowllng'al (17,500 INVESTMENT
Gracious 2 home with CH&A
story on
Faxon said. PoD .
expediency Broker
FOR RENT 2 room apartment Highway 301 and 100. Freehproduce HELP WANTED
- ACREAGE to Starke Plaza Center,
"Small town citizens have PERSONAL SERVICE lor rent. Abo want to A. fruit daily d..... 9844464 adjacent Shopping
3 BR frame,CHAA (13.0W(
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problems in urban areas, and share double wide trailer POSITION
government should help them with gentleman that work Librarian. Bradford AVAILABLE - Call"".,..Douglaa SWIMMING POOL Hot & tired? We have the answer

too. I don't plan to ignore CHILD CARET Licensed, at Rallord.' Private bedroom MISSION STORE 321 N. Library Must have Maiter'i County 2 BR frame, 1 acre' 17,500 tin 9844593 with a sparkling pool attractive 3 BR home with a

them," she said hot meals fenced yard & bath Come to Underwood Temple, Clean clothing Degree la Library Science - great Florida Room.
Supervised play. 964-8464. Motel 301 North 7/15 Misc.. Item, open day 2 BR frame (8,400terms
on .. . Up every from ALA approved school. -----
tlchg 9:30-1: pjn. We accept donation Apply ONLY If qualified to - MULTIPLELISTINGS 60 ACRES On Bessent Road with CH&A home and
7/8
7/29
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ADRAINBKOWNJOINS TRAILER FOR RENT 2.. Bradford County Library, 8.7 acre In Stark $13.51)1 trailer. Hot for development.
7th INFANTRYJune AVON CALlJMi:To buy';sel Bedroom mobile home, 964- -----.1- 105 E. Jackson St. Starke. - -----

Avon. Call 755207 or write 8252. Itchg: .. 7/1S FOR SALE: Swimming .pod. 7/15 3tchg 7/29 12 acre, wU pole A wptliLnwtey SPRING LAKE KEYSTONE Split level with CH&A,
Lorn.Hyatt P.O.Box 23)),Lake eacriilc*. iteming manufacturerand FRED SACKETT
18 Army Private I hy. ITorWa. d.". FOR RENT Nice Bedroom distributor .has ahunlnumrectangular area-515-000 REALTOR 80' on crystal clear lake.
First Class Adrain A. Brown Furnished Phone pool left over from Surke Office. 904 964-6522 -----
apartment. 40 .'1''.. wooded (443011 TWO BEAUTIFUL ACRES with comfortable 3 BR
and Mrs. Willie 1975 205 N. a
24. son of Mr. Earn Free Jewelry: Have a 564-8o7t,1tP! 7/15 servos 1/2 price, gustanteed Temple \\VS-30l}
-- LONGCHAMPHome.nd - B Madison Street heat and town.
Pa air near
Brown, Route 3. Starke was Sarah 782- kmUflalion and. term. on
Coventry Party .
Call collect Jacksonville Buming Call anytime. 782-3806 Hampton Office. 904 468 1753
assigned June 4 to the 7th 3123. 7/8 2tp 715fON'T FOR RENT 1 day or -----
'
Division at Ft. Ord : family sum.wr evening. 91>>.'198-61113. d.... Material Associates 964-7154 A 782 6 mile South ol ROOM FOR HORSES & TRAILERS Small farm with
Infantry cottage on Kingnley Lake for
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3397 Starke on US-301 4.29 acres and a cozy home Easy financing.
Calif. rent by week.' A/C. Call 5332308. WEBUILD"Kour
-
THROW AWAY WATSOVS HOUSE ::=:.-.
OF -----
Pfc. Brown an indirect fire tfdig. flan Or Our uwnr rit.732'38O6/ .
Graham BR 2 bath
those ... .
in Company A, 2nd track or *.tt. VACTtMS; : Many .brand of YaurLotOrOiri"FREE ONE ACRE Out of city with all electric 3 BR 2 B home
crewman 24.5uO.
tape Take them. to .
I Battalion of the division's 31st Dahmera Discount House, FOR RENT 12 ft. widemobile new.nO"vacuum" .. Expert lsd Repair machine. almake ESTIMATESRemodelag (--I,_rw ......a.U.. .... HamptonS BR, 2 1/2 bath Chain link fence utility building Low down payment

. Infantry, entered the Army in 112 K, Call Street ttchg- home outside city .*.Parts sad acceasnriea for _Rep.imAddidms S28.900. .\\9,.q"a"fllrel', \>>\ r,.
1976 and completedbasic all Built_ 1 Hampton-7 lots 19000. ----
January vacuum central
--- ---- limit. 9644114 or 473-4777.
training at Ft. Jackson. tfchg vacuum. cleaning .""ote_. 404 Home Bought_ Stark 2 BR I bath SI 1,500. POTPOURRI 54 acres New River...Building lots on
S,C. He was last stationed at MILL BABY SIT for any age !NW 10th Ave. GainenvHe. 376- SoldTractedACJEAGE Starke 3 BR, 1 1/2 bath Crosby Lake, Green Acres Little Lake Santa Fe
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Ga. mid In my home. !I-6K1.! 7110. d... Ralph Bryan 21500. Bessent Road Commercial Building/ on Temple) .
Ft Benning
tfchcBILL'S. FOR SALE 1 acre lot S3.500.
FOR RENT Ota1. SubdlvMon professional Bldg. on Thompson Slreef.Owner
A 1969 graduate of Bradford 9646853Hwy. 3 acres,double wide S26.500.
----- Real Estate
t/2 acre lots, 30.00 per month financed home on Church St. .Some farm land.
County High School the 10 ,x 29 PATIO COVER: I 1/2 acre, single wide .
Hater
A
private attended Santa Fe SAW SHOP Compete Information Sewage furouihecl. For Installed (18500. imlnstalledHWjOO. .301 South Slam !Spedallimg.In Lot and Acreage $12.500. --- -
sharpening service circular, call Mark Olin Cater Mobile Home UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY: Professional office and
College a For I BuUdrag Mobile u-.
Community Olio's Mobfle H_
.
hand carbide, chain, mowerblade Salea, Hwy .
Service. 372 9787. tfchg.. home. The 301 from Fat
Other Dowling property on across
employedby - Many
Gainesville. lie was hollow andb.l.nid. 100 W.. burke. 961-5006. tf
E.I. DuPont and NeMours .. Leave ground at JacksonBuildana Lota on Sampan. Lake 100 ft.on Com In and aee ua toy's and Wishbone Fried Chicken Brick 3 BR, 2B.
before FOR SALE 1 acre homeatte water.S730D/ owner Bnaactag. -. CH&A lots of space inside and out Could be florist
Co., Lawtey enteringthe ; Supply.Surke or Keystone Crosby Lake Ea_..2 ml W.olStarke Nit. shop, antique shop, accountant's office, doctor's office
Army. .lirighu.' tfdi FOR SALE 3 BR. Brick, bath and 1/2 Bill
.68.16..3
on lid. 100. Ownerfkunred. -- Trigg
_. LR, DR. Central heat, on plus home. Seeing is believing.
-- ---- --- .. !964-64H8 after 6 pjn.tfchg. Acreage and lot, large and Dick. Co.9646364HICK'S
:: ::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::.::.:.:.: 10.20 PATIO COVERSIlomeo, FOR SALE 14' Fiberglass nice 1 acre lot outside city ....11. Several locations ----
: and mobile home. SI80 boat. (350 or best offer, 473- limlta. LOW DOWN PA PAYMENT: We have several nearly new

t: Card Of Thanks ';: Installed 1140 unlnaUlled. 4309. Up_715SINGER. _?_ FOR SALE Dialmod.lIe.* owner financing. homes which only require $800 to 52,100 to get into .
:: GA nil MOBILE HOME !SUvVH : - - then assume existing mortgage at 8'. or t\t percent

L vN'.'.'YM....:$;.'''''*"' '''. .r.''.''.'.vsW'''''''W:':; 'E: Cu, "Ph.372-9767. Gainer SEWING fat any, we stereo have.over them 247 aQ.dUferentone Il.hoar 5-10 acre bracta.Graham Ugh. land. on RALPIIDRYA"IReaJ.tor .. interest mo. payments from $122 to S186.
vale tIc... ; .paved road area.Lg.
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MACHINE SALE Flip & a biom..... --
CARD OF THANKS --------- 964-8788! day or night Small of
NEEDED tracts
Sew Model No. 774. Free .Frame house on comer lot In fl"'rPOODLEGROOMING : acreage.
We wish to express our sincere Ml WILE HOME MOVEVG Abo Arm' Sewing. Save 18000. dt,. auto shopping, area I>t"L10Il'T (
all of nubile .home hurricane anchorinic Now Col.....* Sewing
appreciation to you FOR SALE Petrl 35 - -
and mobile home roof coatkiK. Center 150 N. Water St., mm 3 to 6 Cecelia/ T. Terwillegar// Realtor
for the many acts of love and camera' with ease, excellent acre clear 4 ml. N/W ofStarke.
kindness shown us during the vice.. din's I6I-StKI6.! MOBILE St. Rd.H.See 16W a.Jet. Starke. Fl. Phone 964-6363., condition, 125. Call 964- Two Full Time 206 West Madison Avenue Starke Florida
Faihlenmate,
Zlg-Zng 5. -- MOBILE HOME
loss of beloved husbandand 5875. alter tfpdFOR GroomersAppointments
our rla. _
233: Mule, tfcha W/Front Drop-In bobbin. I A 2 acre mobile .home ekes

father. Now IMS.00. 7/15 4lp 8/5 N.W of Stab T....... PARK For OFFICE PHONE 96 .777'
May God richly bless eachof SALE Commercial U
S'tl1T'.G WOMAN 38. drielreapordtkm acreage' at border county Your Convenience HOME PHONE 964-9145
you. live in your home and FOR SALE: 2 Cow. with road and railroad sldl... GEORGE ROBERTS JR. IneU. ..City Unit
-The Family of Earl L. .. for sick Nuom"bard. calves, and 1 heifer. W.R.Johnaon. Keg. Real Eitatt Broker
or elderly. Also ODe acre building *lte*. Walk to Dm4fadSquarr 964-7837 e,24 ". -
Chesser S25 per week.. Call anytime GrUlle Loop 9645754. 964-5760 Up 7/15 9647N28tf Downtown) :
4 &1ti66. : Itp 7/15
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30 Per Month
indexes by Bales
Telephone --- ------ FOR SALE Washer and
THE OFFICE SHOP. Ph. 964 FOR SALE. Van -...'6 ton dryer, and. frost free refrlgerater. AD City Convenience Well Drilling BRAS INGTONCadillacOld

5764 remodeling, V8 Engine, new tire, 964-5760. Up 7/15 PAPER HANGINGand Fk-e Police Protection. SANDERS emabOe
inspected June (750.00, at Qty....Water and.Sewer .
repairs,room addition, gar- ... PAINTING 2" thru 6" LAWN SERVICE:7:
TilE Cr ham. Fla.Up 7/15 ..rl
Stay put pens agea and carport enclosed, FOR SALE: 3 pin acre out Jo-Lu Motel
OFF1CKSHOP..: Ph. 964-S7BI. .kitchens. bath & roofing. ol town,7 ..00..3. br, bath Interior and I Fast Rotary I 964-5529 Qaj&auc7Sw4e.
F.... ..u..t... 473-210N.Marcus FOR SALE Replica of Navy utility,attached garage' kitchen ExteriorLocal 9648810lhainLinkFence
36 cal. & ball revolver. Drilling Equipment 2001 N.W. 13 3784301
Desk calendars & refills W. Grttlla. 7/15 appliance, rear yard' LICENSED INSURED
(75.CO. New, .... ReferencesFREE GAINESVILLE
TIIK OFFICE SHOP. Ph. 4tchgJl5PAPPAS! ________ never .0flr.d. lanced, large drive throughworkshop STATE LICENSED 131 I ad 7 t .?
964-5498. 7/15
Up .
94-5761. 31x40 all CB. ESTIMATESPHONE
Located SR-10O South el
ACCOUNTING en
:/ 964 6370
SLRVICE. 118 S. FOR SALEt -7J.23 It. travel Starke. 1/2 min (38,900. 7/15 PumpsNew
(CLASSIFIED) RATES: Starke. FL. 964.7612.Court 6/21 trailer, like. new, condition, 2tp! 7/22 Phone 964-8310 :
mast sell. make cash 011.... AREYOUINTERESTED

Deadline for Insertion lOtchg 8/26 ___u___ 4311193. .Itch. !!/!!- W. THOMAS SuppliesFirst & Used I ISalesPartsService

Tuesday Noon preceding At.CO1l01.ICSAM1OM1YMOt'S NEW GOBESE GRAPEFRUITDIET
LOT FOR SALE W/W.II I ''I p f fI
Thursday before : : : Successful oaSR1S PILL ?
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publication. living for people who want to Weet. Make caahoiler. Eat Satufi/mg MeaU and
STOP drinking and STAY 431.:!!!!:..!Itcbg 7/15 Lou Wright y I E-Z TermsPlumbing j

Minimum Charge 12.00 topped. Meeting Thu... A Andrew Pharmacy. Mimosa Manor Are you interested in securinga
Covers IS Words, ) Sunday 8:00 10.... 9045709 FOR SALE B..*ett Golf 356 W. Madison Slarko

Each word over IS 964-5434. 6/24 12lp 10/9 Velvet 7500. Willow Conch Couch A Chair AChair t/10 5tp 7/8 Mobile Home.ParkA permanent job?

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10 cents HOME REPAIR & R.. no cuahlon (60.00. Me Place Are you interested in good
j New j jj
96-1-3387. / TeUve Seconds Installation
modeling Service, electrical. :..Itchg. !.!-_
Experienced
Classified. must be
All
plumbing and carpentry.Also ? Are interested In
.1AUY. InstallationAvailable wages
paid for In advance unless' automobile painted FOR SALE 16' Cherokee. Large j Remodeling you
....Car
you have an established $JO labor Encellent references Aluminum Boat with 70 HP
Driver
account with the and feat aervice.. 964- Mercury Mk. Brake. down ,' I 61Bew Repairs liberal company benefits?

Telegraph In \that event 50 8087. 6/24 4tchg 7/15 trailer 650.00 1965 Water J

cents extra Not responsible charge: for for Chrysler Antique Organ Auto, need, (32500 refinIshing Wanted: ,* Central Sewage Pleenn..... HANDYMAN ,JDurra'We Florida Steel Corporation in

billing. Garbage *
when given over thephone SEWLMJ MACHINES repaired, (395 00. 1973 HarleyMotor 2 Car Parkin & SUPPLY Baldwin is
errors *
hiring hourly
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350 dirt bike (400 00.Alio .
or when copy is not all make cleaned. oiled and Apply At C1"adIIImprwod 473.4239 I II
other Glass A
typed and brought to the adjusted.Strickland 17. Work corner guaranteed.Jamee Margin Oak. furniture.antique 1534 Heetrte Service!Street to I COMPANY I production & maintenance

301 Stark. NationalProtein 1-289-2141
office. Road Hwy. 16. deJw.A Highway South. 200
__ ___ ---_ __ __ 12-7 DaUy. Up 715Sundays' MeteredGaaMow Ampere i 864 N Temple Ave. I workers
FREE ESTIMATE Starke I II right now.

AUTOMOBILES USED MAKE EXTR MONEY: : IIIt1ID E--- I I II
So if
Need someone In Stark to In Hampton : Maxville Fla. I L- 964-7061 TFOlin's I you are interested,
In I Month Rent. _________
answer telephone your '
AUTOMOBILES tSKD own home. Call Jacksonville. 10:35: A.M. Between Ekctrfc Hocanaa don't wait, Apply now.
FOR SALE Motor H...... 1972 731-0253 for more Informa-

mOea.Lifetime self 20 contafeed.330 Che*..4 14.000 KW !!!.'!:.!! ..!!!!____ __ WPXE Radio 8:30.4:00: : TFN PHONE 964-7498 I Subdivision An Equal Opportunitu Employer M/F

Kohler Gen.. ....... 0. radio ACT :OWi, Tara apare' tune. 1490 --
tape, 12.000 BTU root air. Into SM! B. A SANTA'S I I
EaceBent.. 1'..... Ready to travel Demonetrator, earn commission NE I g I I I Florida SteelCorporation

_JIOO. F. Dvlaaa -n964- up to 30 "per' coat PUS c I

664J7 after S pjn. tfcruj OR .have a Toy Gift Party '
.In your home and earn RD>l'CE 964-7604 prompt
FREE Glltal; Our 29th Year.! Safe A Fast wltJIGORE."ETABU"I'iA raw

MERCURY FOR BALE tap .! Il 1972... Call er. Avon writ Co.SANTA'SParties. .. 06001. E-VAP"WATER: P1LL! Service! ; ".'R '. oo P. Mo. Water I

......., 1900. MANATEE Mer- Phone I |i3031| 673-3455. Anttmii PAurnurv BOB'S APPLIANCE SERVICE ,' .Jcr. LoJ' J br OL.,3Q. Sewage Fu.nlshed Box 518 Baldwin Fla.
8111 BOAT. ItS HP. ALSO BOOKING 366 W.Madam."Starke ." .- s' .. -
....,. 12000. Bid Ceatell PARTIES. 7/15 7tchg 8/26 6710 4tp 7/1 Servicing All Electrical Appliances ** call Mark. 4. : y Morgan Rd' Off SR 217 East Of Baldwin
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? : paying$13 out of$19 before the records between $38,000 and receiving equal amounts of Nursing Eunice Horton said to take and medication to -Dissatisfaction that the
.J. 4..t.+ + .J:, increase in rates. $40,000 in medication has been on-call pay ($g) for each 16 keys to locked supply rooms give."EUmondson said break hospital paid only$3 of the$11
On ElectionSchool Dodd said that there would given to patients free of hour and each were available from the shift- times were at the discretion of increase In the Blue Cross-
Mrs. Janet Kimutis, Neigh- have been no funds availablefor charge last year. 24 weeweekend period. The nurse for night use. the department supervisor, Blue Shield hospital coverage.The .
borhood chairman of the Girl Superintent James the recent pay increase if Costs are running too high, Board discussed, but did not. -Taking work breaks and that employees should\ hospital now pays $16 out
Scouts in the Bradford-Union Cason is the only incumbentwho the hospital had fully we've got to have some kind of act on this grievance.Inability between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. consult them for changes. of$30 for single coverage after
neighborhood would like to hasn't yet qualified in the supported the insurance rate controls.We're trying to bring to speak to when "we have temperaturesItii1PiVii1
thank all of the people who Union County political races. hike. the costs in line for money for persons from the emergencyroom
have helped promote the Cason expected: to qualify He said, according to raises and new equipment." (ER) door late at night
scouting program in the past before the July 20 deadllng, Hospital AdministratorDick without opening; the door. ER
year.Noteworthy. will be opposed by Marie iaet..wer. Edmondson said a new workers have expressed fear e
were the Woodley and Billy McGill.In Five other Incumbents are Job y system based on formal opening the door during late
plis
decorated fire hydrants; first the county commissionraces running unopposed.They are: descriptions was being hours because of inability to A
place booth at the Bradford both the incumbentshave Robert Driggers county prepared.The system will list control persons who want in,
County Fair and Bicentennial" qualified: Paul Riherd" in clerk; John Whitehead set starting salaries and but do not require treatment. HUE $UREO &
Christmas parade float. the first distruct and David E. sheriff; Josephine Addison, schedules for pay increases. Dampier said the board Coll 964.5745lolIDA
The scouts have had five "Skip" Woodington in the tax collector; Wilifred Croft, Trustee W.E. "Billy" would consider the "A Truly Professional Operation"
Hidden Heroine teas; cut new third. Sidney Todd has property aapraiser and Lottie Dampier said the new pay installation of a closed circuit .""'here Beauty Takes Shape"
nature trails at Camp Neyati; qualified for the race against Lee Archer supervisor of grade policy will remove television or an intercom at
had cookouts at Gold Head Woodington and Riherd is elections. inequities between the the ER entrance. *PRUNING* DE-MOSSING BRACING
Branch State Park; campouts unopposed.The salaries of persons with -Having to pay$1 for meals CABLING
IP St. Augustine, Neyati, fifth district county similar jobs, and will remove from the hospital kitchen, TREE FEEDING- CAVITY REPAIRS
Green Cove Springs and commission race, with no the board's responsibility of which employees felt was too EST
Lynne. They canoed the Juniper incumbent running is a three- Patient to doctor "I know considering each individual expensive. Dodd said it costs TREE REMOVAL
Run; made flags, learnedto way struggle between Royce I haven't paid : bill in request for a pay raise. the hospital $2.06 to preparethe oulolt t FREEESTIM4TESVEDOQVRi ; GRINDING
weave and spin; visited the Shaw, Blair Harrison and three months. my But then Edmondson said he hoped to meals and that the cost to OJ1'N..lv"'VCIVG:
Ilarlis R. Ellington. have the new policy by could a eras a
nursing home and took gifts; there's lot of that ready employees not be
adopted grandparents and Incumbent Clyde Crews is not around a too." going the next fiscal year beginning lowered. COMPLETE 376-1766
made gifts for the families running. in October. -Inability to get needed' INSURANCE IJ T .
-Bill Maul In The Consumer 372 .30Jtf
and made troop equipment. Kessie Griffiths is running Gazette Other complaints presentedby supplies at night when supply I INIMH.PIRII' TiONOfOU COVERAGE \UW or
They also made local field unopposed for the first district employees wereDissatisfaction: room doors are locked to A 11 E'N-TOMOMDMS' Ash tUt..l GAINESVILLE 2025 H.W.6th St.
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trips and did badge work. school board seat as is Morris with prevent theft. Director of

The the girls Council earned as recognitionin a: Super Dobbs Incumbent in the Ray second Crawford district.of L ..... .1 I.... .....- .I _
Neighborhood by having the fourth district is being
seven of ten troops qualify for opposed by Denny Sheeleyand
the Gateway Council Super Randolph D. Lawrence.
troop award. R
71 girls sold Girl Scout cook. 'rE
lea this sold.year, a total of 4.332boxes "BCKSUNDAE &

The 150 girls and their :
leaders in the neighborhoodthank
all for their part in the
Scouting program.None of the
only
above could have been accom- 'E.
plished without support and
the work of an enthusiastic tftJ
group of leaders. 1 0 q:. ; family centers
Sincere thanks for a job well .
done go out to leaders: Mrs.
Laurie Mullins Mrs. Carolyn
Eaves, Mrs. Phyllis Carver.

Eugenia Ms.Rae Mrs.Yawn Pam Brenda Whitehead,Mrs.Fischer Thomas Sandy,Mrs.,Davis Mrs.Mrs.Lila, ]CJLWiULEi( ] 0iJaJf(3(! (

Velma Thigpen Ms. Debbie
Thigpen Mrs. Bettie Sue Denmark
Mrs. Bobby Faye 301 S. Shopping Center Starke Fla.
Chaff, Mrs. Beulah Lennon,
Mrs. Sarah Morris Mrs
Willie Randolph, Mrs. Edna Open Monday Wednesday 9 To 8 Thursday Saturday 9 To 9 Sun 12 To 6
Allen Ms. Joyce Caddell
Mrs. Wanda Hatfield. Mrs. when you buy
Sandy Buby, Mrs. Bobby another one at ASST STYLES COLORS MEN'S & BOY'S SPECIAL ASSORTMENT TG&Y
Kuhlman and Mrs Jean .
Waters of Starke Lake Butler the regular price LIMIT
TENNIS PAPER
and Raiford. Any crumpdillylBhui flavor! RUGS A
The Girl Scouts and leadersof Chocolate butterscotch pineapple 2/$100 $199 /-ftr
Bradford-Union Neighbor ,oberiy you name U. .
hood thank all for their But come! in now. And bringa 15"x 27" SHOES TOWELS
friend
support and interest in the
past year. Thurs & Fri., SPECIAL ASSORTMENT MEN'S 24 Oz. GREEN ONLY QUAKER STATE HD or ND
July 15& 16,1976

My Neighbors LEISURE 50 DOFF GLASS 5/$1 OIL LIMIT 00
$1
.Oairit 12
JACKETS TUMBLERS 2 Tt.LIMIT
tt/J11t @ Queen SOME STYLES LIMIT 10
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.., SUMMER'S EVE DISPOSABLE TG&Y OSCILLATING G.T
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: .', QUEEN:1: DOUCHE 3/$100 SPRINKLERS $327 FILTERS $15Z

,,t 1401 Temple Tv111 .:._ LIMIT
"(" -
say this for him He Starke, Fla. G.T. 16 Oz. BTL G.T. SUPER VINYL LATEX WALL CHAMPION AC
never makes the same mistake REG. TYPE
twice. They're always original 'Reg U.S. Pit. Off, Am D.Q. Corp. MOUTHWASH SPARK LIMIT
and real dillies!" (ef) Copyright 1975 Am D.a Corp. PAINT $097
33 RESISTOR 66e
July Sale Wholesale Prices!" LIMIT 2 REG. *69' GAL. V GAL PLUGS TYPE 88'

:-iuixu : AUTO : POLAROID "PRONTO" PETERS BRAND 12" BLACK & WHITE PORTABLE


"IS (LL( [!7 B (EgE( SALES ... LAND $ 88 SHOTGUN lIMIT6 $922 TELEVISION $7088
LIMIT 1 46 BOX
-= 16 OLOS CUTLASS CAROOBA CAMERA SHELLS 12,16,20 GAUGE LIMIT 1 ff O

u SUPREME Landau II
All Power Seat Windows
a: Power Seat Windows KRACKLE GOODBAR, HERSHEY LADIES LADIES
Tilt & Cruise
Tilt & Stereo

SAVE $ SAVE m CANDY UM1T" 9CBAR SHORTS VALUE,400 $ 3 Oo HALTERS $ OOO

= 15 CHEVELLE 15 CHEVY :II:"' BARS e3 es ALUE EA.

MALIBU CAPRICE
N 4 Door -en, LADIES TIE DYE PATTERN IN FOUR COLORS TODDLER GIRLS LADIES ASST. COLORS
L A/C, P S. & PB 4 Door One Owner :Jc

c I; $3395 $4195 TOPS $288 SHORT HALTER SET& VALUE-3" $950 SANDALS; E$250

15 CORONET DODGE 14 ROAD RUNNER S'U *3 VALUE

Coupe Vinyl Top Blue Loaded .a MEN'S INSULATED MEN'S SOFT SOLE MEN'S SPORT SIZE 10-14

r Sharp Car Sharp Car HIKE
$2995 $ fiOO ATHLETIC .,, $ 00 TUBE REG. *1111 A A
$3495 ,. 6 RED' & c
BOOTS PR. SHOES VALUE SOCKS
WHITE PRo
14 CHEVY NOVA 13 CHEVY IMPALA
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4 Door 2 Door Coupes LADIES DENIM G.T. MEN'S S- -L-XL
A/C, P.S. P B. 2 To Choose From RUG SKEINS SWIM

: $2495 $2395" JEANS $ inooREG. YARN CALL RS 3/$100 TRUNKS VALUE 488 $ 3 33

%J
,. VALUE To e 14"
12 RAMBLER 13 FORD TORINO

-*4 Door A/C, P.S. & P B. Station Wagon ,. DENIM MEN'S LONG SLEEVE ASST. PATTERNS ASST STYLESDARNETTES

Low Milage A/C. At. P.S & PB. SMOCK
: REG. $ QOO LEISURE $ C88 $' 97

$1250 $2495 TOPS *14M SHIRTS ]

3 11 FORDS 12 CHEVY NOVA

a 2 Door& 4 Door 2 Door Vinyl Top X 3 SPEED
BOX HARCOAL 10 MASON8PACK
Clean Cars I, $ 8 b'C

U Make Offer $11 9 5 FAN LIMIT' "I 6O BRIQUETS LIMITS JARS WITH LIDS $ CASECAHNOONrINUED

X14 DODGE PICK-UP 12 FORD PICKUP !n:!
Club Cab Air Condo Air Condo NAT STYLES 24" 3 LEG ALADDIN
2 .
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P.S P.B. .
P.S P.B. & A.T

U $3595 Extra Clean $1795X a SHEETS /2 Price GRILL BAR-B-QUE $188 BEVERAGE PITCHER $ 1 44 Ea.



I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS : UMBRELLA STEEL FRAME REG. 21" PATIO 2 SEATER REG. *7288
REG WlrH I

July*t Sale 473-4470 Wholesale& 473-4078 Prices* TABLE 4CHAIRSSET M19" $1888 eHAMMOCK $1588 SWING CANOPY $ 57 88b




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