Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 22, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:04062
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:;, Bradford courthouse officials are breathing easier now
., '. that Tuesday noon passed without opposition developing for Ya" 4 ;& _
sheriff, tax collector supervisor of elections county clerk. and
.'0.' county judge.
Ii:. ,' ,., Well we made it," said Sheriff Dolph Reddish shortly afternoon I
.i t tt Tuesday after he escaped opposition. As far as tan lie-
ascertained it is the first time in over 50 years that the Hradlord ty Yt rr
t Sheriffs office has not been contested. Reddish. 411:i is also one ul ,
I the first; sheriffs successfully succeed his father in oil ice,

Sheriff Reddish will begin right and has been unopposedsince. \
IL his second term in January. .
: r He defeated three opponentsin County Judge Elzie t
1972 to succeed his father, Sanders 36, will I begin his L r. 1
former Sheriff P.D. Reddish second term In the office tir f r'p
who served 24 years and was won over two laymen in 1972. e
considered virtually Sanders graduated from the AI
...:, ." ... ... ., -... .. 1v Y unbeatable Dolph Reddish a University Law School in 18 !' +7 Kr
graduate of the FBI Law and had a private practice in
Construction: workers work toward a November I deadline on the HO acre grounds is a new administration Enforcement Academy Is Starke before winning the ,
with seven new buildings presently under construction at the kitchen-dining area complex considered to be best Qualified judgeship in 1972 1 I
l.awley Community CorrecUonal Center outside Lawtey. The cost of the construction Is about f 2.7 law enforcement officer the
provide facilities for an additional 211 Inmates, county has ever had. County Clerk Gib Brown, 59\ 1I/ 1
The building pictured Is a lOt-man cell and Is much larger will be placed on the work release program in Tax Collector J.R. Kelly at will begin his second full termin !
', than the four other 80-man dormitories. Also under construction center 62 will I begin his eighth term in office Brown was elected to
a two-year term in 1970 was
office. He had opposition only
when he first ran for office, unopposed in 1972 and again

Lawtey Prison courthouse considered Kelly is the officials dean virtually of and the finding vacation this year.out Brown this he was week is unopposedand on a after short :iM'r'r'I'

unbeatable politically before digging into the
new county budget.
Races developed in four of Only one courthouse w:
the five county commissionand
school board seats up for r,liftimis Siiprivisiti I grabs In 1976. Only board Sanilirii nitmralill.il.iueli iillici,' lnestl.iv IHI Ilii-n. hut i.l
Will Total $2. 7 MillionThe member getting by without grating stint' her Iran In olfutwuli nu npinisitiiiii. I lluv
' opposition is A.N. (Art) t'IIII.hhlllocllhl'lr t |*UlMt| fi-f-liiis.iliiMit, Ihr oars limit's I 111,1 mil.
Holiday, an eight year veteranof vw ilh II l II|lilt'k hug just hi.fin"c this |phiso uas SII.I|1'1'11| |
the school board. Holliday,
old Lawtey school move the Bradford County difficulties" Wainwright (and only two ) 'a retire medical technician
retained some of Its Library from its old buildingto all but one
now.j or Jili1a. futllitne-: at a
Ii educational character when. its present location on theco..u Jobs are.located for recaptured.He locrfKet.,JeialThome, will start Room Rate Hike
I the Florida Division of of Jefferson and inmates and they" begin boasted that his itnrd term as a healthy 68-" .,
I. Corrections purchased it from Walnut Streets in Starke. working the money they earn community year- 'd.s\ '
. \the Bradford County School Other projects include less $25 spending money per Florida this is
system over three years ago. carpentry and yard work week is deposited in a bank which Supervisor of Election Neva
school around the old Bradford by center personnel. maintenance Flynn is home free to begin a Seen
The was transformedinto
fourth term office. Mrs. FinancingHospital
!the Lawtey Community County courthouse helping Wainwright said that some classes to in
build the Flynn, 47, was appointed by may
recreation center
Correctional Center and now prisoners save it until they building; b4 y t
and new city hall in Lawtey, complete their terms and completed, he the governor in 1963 to replacethe {
houses some 100 inmates, 50 of
working on !the Lawtey fire some send the money home. retiring Mrs Marian
which participate in a work
and will be Crosby Mrs. Flynn ran in 1964
department building Depending on the amount grams
release Raises
program. with the fire sht and won the office in her own
The center is undergoing working earned on the job an inmate cluding a > -
another change and by department crew on fire calls. may have to pay as much as that will
November 1 it should be readyto Wainwright said that $8.50 per day to the prison for Florida State 2 A long needed pay raise lor patie-nl. oeeiipaiuv ol Rl:
inmates are sent to the center system as "room and board." When asked to QualifyFor
add another 214 inmates to Bradford County Hospital ("I'r'nl. thai throat t "rov'eniusutter
the rolls already filled These by the state parole board Even with 50 inmates thoughts after \ ii.'i'iu'I'a.I'nllevtor (liCIli c'mplove'fs will dependon lid dthts :nul1t'1'1''
IV' additional inmates will be during the last 15 months of allowed into the community with the ,I.1.11 KillvItmi: an "OK" bv Blue C'i'oss on oils lor' the upturning yim'would
housed in !the five dormitories their term. Once there, jobs relatively free for part of the Corrections Sept. B..lti. Hlh an upcoming rate increase 'IH- $l"ioiiJ"i:| :!;; 'I'"1.11projeiled ,)
are located by job placement day, Wainwright is not unduly paused and said
presently under construction 1)i which will hnancc I that raise I ix p.'ndilures, "
and will I be fed in a new counselor Fred Dobbins. worried about escapes. He hard question to City Voting BCH Hoard of Trustees amounted lo M 1.417; .;"illMl ; 1
"It has worked real well, said only 30-35 helps everyone
kitchen-dining area complex escapes determined in a special hllill'll i ini-inlx-i" s
J' being built I>t'hindJ1e\ present we've only had a few minor occured in the last three years other people and Mayor-City Commissioner meeting July la! that .in right expressed Hun mmillinuni

administration building Also Charles Schaefer (Group 5)) percent across the board pay to ask, the ,'lIlInll'III11I11I"illll' ,
being built is a newI and Commissioner Harold Vr, raise. and a 10 percent for higher lax inilliit; ) >. and
administration building Epps (Groups) paid their $120 inflation margin, would bring said that all pay hikes, would
adjacent to!the old one. Cost of Engine Going Off Line fees Wednesday morning the the! hospital budget to an haveto I In in.IIII''cl I h\l
!the new buildings comes to first day of Qualifying for $ Oooo deficit 'for t the next increased i mhIlI'M'I1Iit, ,
I about $2.7 million. candidates in the September fiscal year. unless an $H (per' 'funds horn I'ltitCioss, ,
; The additions to the Lawtey city election.No day room rate increase is "I 1 dun I want In set tin
complex are being built on 80 one has yet qualified for ;: granted A sl'ml-pl'ivall' room I11111al-l'ltllllJl: I don'I until) to
acres of land only 20 of which Causing Power the Group 1 seat currentlyheld i\ '(f r would cost $H4 per das. up h.iMto UK In,'loir the einintv
were included in the original by Marc Jackson who has 14 from the present $;"it; >, und .1 commission and ak, tur, more
purchase in 1973 for a price of "-' "-' announced he will not be a "I II(,r.M private room Stilt<; up Irom SMI I1W I't. t'h.nrnian Kill I"IMIII
about 165000. Inability to perform current heat wave has hit be certain until candidate for reelection.The Accountant AI Crippen said
According to assistant necessary maintenance and 8.000 KW. Currently the be shut down and three council posts are computed that a MX percent \t (the same time. h"artl01"
superintendent James the summer's first extended power plant is capable of Switching 301 the only offices to appear on ) pay' increase with the same aware ol' tin hospital
"Cobby" Wainwright the heat wave have combined to producing Just over 6,000 KW FPL supplied !the September ballot A, inflation margin would lead to e'm plov ees o' d,issa li si at t ionuithlhc
center provides a valuable lead to the brief "blackouts"the (it has peaked at 6,600 KW enable him to At the suggestion of Rev a SfiSOOO() )( deficit, and a III) I I two |H"leent pay run".
service to the surroundingarea city is currently recently; plus the 1,500 KW big engine, Dees Roman Alvarez the council percent increase would bung granted in Slay: and a :n-i-d
in providing inmates for experiencingSpecifically. from FPL. a total of 8.100 KW. The big 3,300 Tuesday night approved a the deficit to S'lloou\ : that an additional' laisenteded i ie
work release programs. the electricity Thus there has yet been no putting out only referendum for the upcoming t., The board predicted based,
"We work in the goes off temporarily when the problem with the capacityof Fixing it will election asking voter HrlneiM' on last >cars revenues and! Ue ('ul1'l t K": anolnti year
communities helping with plant's newest and largest the plant even with it 1,300KWtothe approval or disapproval on I' !liiklaktH without i.uses" l>,odd. said 1 .
community projects" he said, engine the 3,300 KWWorthington running at less than its crippled capacity. lengthening the terms of city eoulL The I trustees( would like lo
adding that inmates helped generator, capacity of 8.800 KW plus the Thus if the city official from the present two- Voter Office raise salaries, l h\ tight'
inexplicably stops running. No 1,500 from FPL for a total 750 KW year span to four years The portent but thai will di''print
warning light comes on to capacity of 10.300 KW FPL and get issue will be posed in three Open Friday' on "if Illue Truss tan Inn'.' .1
inform plant operators of a Linemen are currently operating at full different questions, one each "Join.inslralnlile, linaiuial I
lijf3Jiium:J UTrlcrFRIDAY problem. constructing a power line total of 2,050 KW for councilmen, the city clerk n'lod"lur I Ih. SH p.'r i room "i.ile
"if you could hear how these from !the new sub-station on could be added to and chief of police. This was Until i Midnight increase the hoard is seeking
women are hollering at me," East Call, which ties in FPL output of !the done in order that voters could Hospitalilmmistrutiii I ,'
said Telegraph society editor with the city. The line is The plant is lengthen the term' of one or Registration books will l It I U KdnioniNon: .. saul he'
Gladys Mooty who found the across the railroad coming plagued with more offices doing so remain open until midnight would notilv' Blue Cross.
d ladies upset about !the lights toward' US-301 Some time problems which for all, if they so desire.CORRECTION tomorrow (Friday July 2Ji' in immediate In ginning l Ihi
ll Fw going off. There have also early next week when the lineIs the generators a climax to the* current l drive 'todav! waiting piruxl Ixfori-
been several unconfirmed complete. Supt. Dees says rises but that is which so far has yielded over the rates' mild no into t'111:1.! .itapproved .
reports of electrical US-301 south can be switchedover which would 350: oters He warned( that
J equipment shorting out. to current being suppliedby $150,000 to In its July 15 issue, the \ 14 "The response has been there were no tissurancri! that
But housekeepers or FPL. That will give the has chosen to Telegraph omitted the nameof fantastic." says!! Supervisor of I the ,intrtasiwould, In
businessmen don't nave near power plant about 750 KW from outside political candidate Charles Elections: ;Neva; Flynn. ,'pprll\'l'I
the problem ,of city Electric reserve. resale in the city McKinney, who is seeking the The registration office in I the Dodd said that t since- I there
Department SuperintendentMerrill Dees thinks the trouble with spending more District 3 county commission Bradford[ courthouse will tie was nn olh'r11\' to financethe
Dees who took over the 3,300 KW generator has getting deeper post from its Page 1 write up i open until midnight Friday ullrinnl.jl"(', if Ulut-
JULY73 !the job of keeping the city been diagnosed, but he won't power plant.Iedkare. of the current county political and from 9 a m. until "> p mSaturd.l (Cross did(not approve the rate*
supplied with electricity situation. \'. June :ito mequalified hike. salaries! could not be
several months ago. Dees done inadvertently persons a chance to raised.
Voter Registration This was :
til Midnight came back to the city after an Hospital Owes 1\1![ $ No political bias was register, to'o'e In the There was some conec-rn hv
Courthouse absence of several years andis involved or intended. :Mr' !Mi.-ilffHiMl.lish. September priman'Books board members ol I the
----- catching !the brunt of the McKinney's name was left out h stupes (Opposition. close at ;5pm.. hospital's' ability lo toilet I nil
SATURDAY, JULY 24 situation created by the In Overpayment s Audit of the article simply throughan official property appraiserGene Saturday for the first' new revenue's generated I by'
whether! the rate increase."You .
to primary
oversight has ,
Registration Books buy electricity from Florida A recent audit of Bradford expenses it The article also stated that Incumbent Long Long opposition 55 Is a As of Wednesday morning keep going up und up
Close >pm.TUESDAY. Power & Light. or to upgradethe County Hospital's medicare treating patients current County Clerk Gib veteran courthouse official, there were 6.6.ifi registered every year. ,its R"IIIto/ ge-l
power plant. records has determined that the Medicare Brown was appointed\ by the who has been without voters on the books more difficult to collect"
----- As of !this week !the power the hospital owes Medicare Edmondson governor. This was also in opposition each time since hewon But some 2IH registrationsare Dodd said.
been $17.000 the monthly not und will be Crippen agreed but added
plant has not upgradedand in overpayments. error. Mr. Brown ran for and the office 24 processed
JULY 37 the city is not quite yet in Although the board voted to statement was elected to a twoyearterm Long is seeking years a seventh ago. added to the rolls. The that collection\ methods: had
position to use the extra 1.300 repay one-sixth of the toal to that the hospital in 1970 and was reelected term he will base response has been such :Mrs improved such that a rate
Zoning Board KW of current it recently got prevent loss of Medicare $44.000 in the in 1972 without his Flynn says, that her office has Increase would probably b('
on equalizationfor
Meeting FPL to agree to sell. fu.ids hospital administrator IS opposition. Former clerk In- all campaign assessments. to stop processing accompanied hv' 11
7:30p.m.Sljr Meanwhile back at the RD. Edmondson said the The report man Green was appointed in registrations as they came in comparable increase! in
power plant. Dees Is fightingto audit would I be appealed.The occupancy December of 1969 by the Long is opposed by' young and had to simply register collections.The .
coora.r Of keep the electricity flowing claimed overpaymentwas percent for governor after the death of Jimmy Alvarez 23, a senior in people board .ended" the
dommuniti) with a plant producing at less due to expenses claimedby compared to 63 veteran clerk Charles Darby the University I of Florida Response Mrs. Flynn said, meeting by' dune I ling t'iip-ii
than capacity while the the emergency rescue, June of 1975. Green served until 'selection School of Agril'ultureho has been primarily from new to double-cheek Ihr figiiu-H
&tatr Bank weather is getting hotter service. Edmondson said. In other action in 1970. resigned his job with the state residents in the county. She* and if e.or ret.I, will send the
,, __'_Uby "We're peaking out pretty The Medicare audit is partof unanimously The Telegraph apologizes to prison system lo run (for) said registrations from the* budget t tit I the county
rrw.wq.I. a In which the Alvarez, has commission l\. the I end the.
heavy right now. says Dees. process purchase a Mr. McKinney and Mr Brownfor property appraiser outlying areas beenery nf
s..aiww'I Peak demand during the hospital Is reimbursed for ,IH.. I'agr : ) the errors. '"MI- r.iii11. good week1brar1 .


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I l lI TELEGRAPH July 22, 1976

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N Linda Mike Wed WhiteTo Powell July 31, ,7thd 92ac Jf WJ !


Miss Linda Faye Powell I c ? mooty &/i/or 964-7608
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daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward ... _
M. Powell and Michael: -- --- ---,- ----- --

Stephen Mrs. Olin White White, son will of be Mr unitedin and Tw Miss Powell Honored AtCoke PartyMiss Kathy Swafford And William Newham Jr.

marriage Saturday July 31,
at 3 p.m. in the First United Linda Powell, July 31 dining room which was
Methodist Church with a bride-elect, was honored at a covered with an ArmyNavycloth Wed July 4 In Home CeremonyThe
reception following in the Coca-Cola party Wednesday and centered with a tall
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church Fellowship Hall morning of last week given at antique cut glass vase which home of Mr. and Mrs.
All friends and relatives are the M.A. Baldwin home on N. held an arrangement of rosesin Clyde Hersey was the settingfor 4 i
Maxine Starling, invited to attend.Eastern Walnut street, varying shades. the wedding of Miss Kathy 4'ci' Ewan !
Hostesses with Mrs. Bald- Ms. Johns presided at the Diane Swafford to William
Bernie Barringer Star win were Mrs. J.E, Hardy, silver punch bowl which held Lee Newham, Jr. on Sunday, /
Mrs. James Reddish, Ms. iced Cokes. iSltr
July 4, at 2:30: with Mrs.
To Wed July 30 Supper July 23 i Linda Kay Johns, Mrs. Gladys Mrs. Weldon poured coffee Elaine Olin, notary public,
in the Florida
Darlene Mears Weldon, Mrs. Jerry Dyal, room. performing the nuptials.The .
!Maxine Starling of Starke Mrs. S.G. Denmark, Mrs. The hostesses presented the bride is the daughter of
and Bernie A. Hamnger of Starke chapter No. 224 Richy Bennett Clyde Sinclair, Mrs. Robert honoree with the platter to her Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Swafford
New York will be united in Order of the Eastern Star will Barksdale and Mrs. Jerry chosen china pattern as of Starke. The groom is the
marriage July 30 at 8 p.m. at have a covered dish supper ToWedAug.13 Gay. memento of the occasion.Approximately son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
the home of her sister :Mrs Friday, July 23 al7 p.in at the Mrs. Baldwin greeted the 75 guests Hersey of Starke and the late
Gladys Collins Masonic Hall Mrs Thelma Mears of guests at the door and called between the hours 10:30: William Lee Newham, Sr of
All friends and relatives are Green Cove Springs presented them to the receiving and 1230.: Orlando
Invited to attend the wedding All Masons and t their announces the engagement line composed of the the home +
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and reception: families are united to attend and approaching marriage of honoree, her mother. Mrs. floor basket of red carnations,
her daughter Darlene, to Edward M. Powell and Mrs. H.M. Richarde, Mrs \
red gladioli, fuji mums,
Iticky Bennett, son of !Mr and mother of the prospective HC. Ritch and Mrs Eloise
Americanism Night To Be daisies and baby'sbreath. The
Mrs. Louis
. Bennett of Starke. groom, Mrs. Olin White.At Durden of Jacksonville Beach basket was accented with a Ai
Held Friday At Masonic Hall The wedding will take place points of interest spent last week at Dillard, Ga. red, white and blue bicen-
Friday. August 13, in Penney throughout the party rooms tennial bow and streamers.

Bradford Lodge No 35 F & Roy T. Lord of Jacksonvillewill Farms were lovely arrangements or Mr. and Mrs. Keith David L. Newham attendedhis
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,\:\1iIl hold Americanism be guest speaker roses summer Gillingham Tampa will brother as best man.
!Mr and Mrs. A.M. Thomasof flowers. spend the weekend with Mr. Denise attended :
Hersey as
July 23 at 7
I night covered Friday dish supper p.m.A will All Masons and the publicare Palmetto visited !Mrs. E.C. Mrs Dyal invited the gueststo and Mrs. Guy Sale at Kingsley bridal attendant and wore a
Dukes from Thursday to the refreshment table the Lake
pit-cede the program where invited to attend Monday street floral length jersey, two piece

.. .. .. .. gown.
-- - - - Swafford
-c "" R Peggy Lynn
.../ -- attended as flower girl. David
t<: .,..1 L. Newham was ringbearer.The .
r bride, given in i
: .. G- marriage by Mr. Hersey, ,. : -
.. 0 \ wore an off white floor length "'l i { hL4
t 1 + t r t II V1- calico gown with bell shaped l
-" 17't 76 sleeves of embroidered lace.
t V ciM.Ce The same lace also outlined .L 1.r' 1.

s the V-shaped neckline. She
,. carried a crescent bouquet of "
red carnations, white fuji 'x7r
4'. ; lr"'rll mums and wild daisies on a r : ?
t'4 bible.A -291i-; V iti r

reception was also held at
the Mersey home.
The bride's table was
to ii"j covered with a white linen :Mr, .mil :\Irr..S.L Nruli.im." li'

cloth and centered with a
z bridal cake topped with wed
.. ding bells. The cake was Clydie Merrill And Rick Jackson
encircled with a fern and was
balanced by silver Melbourne
candelabras with white Wed July 11 In
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jULJ j\
tapers. Cutting the cake were
Mrs. Michael Reddish and Miss Cl>die May Merrill, Standing in the receiving
!Miss Denise Hersey Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. line were the bride and groom
t Robert N. Harden assisted in Stanley A. Merrill of Eau her p.lrt.'ntsIrs.: \\' T
Gallie, and Frederick Arthur Jackson and attendants
Rick Jackson of :Mr The bride's table
After a brief wedding trip to ( ) son was
Daytona Beach the couple is and Mrs W.T. Jackson Sr. of cO'l'redlIh a lace cloth and
'r i residing at Olin's Trailer Starke. were united in centered l lIth a three tiered
Park, marriage Sunday. July U. at 2 wedding cake topped ba
Mr. !Newham is presently pm. in St. Paul's :Methodist bride and groom and
employed at Triest Church in Melbourne with encircled with blue( and pink
:/ Construction Co. in Keystone Hev Ben Hider performingthe flowers, At each end of the
Heights nuptials table were three branch
Presenting a program of crystal candelabras with
nuptial music were Mrs Carl burning tapers
Michael Hall.Celebrates ('a tner. organist. t. ;.mil :Miss Following a wedding trip to
Carla t ortner, soloist Gatlmburg.:UIM 01! Chattanooga
An arrangement 0'' 'mixI'I (the couple is lending, at
summer flowers graced the Spring Lake. Kyjslone
1 1st BirthdayLittle altar. I Heights
(Bruce Jackson The bride
Michael Hall Christopher graduated! from
attended l his brother as best Eau: Gallic I hull School in 1974
celebrated his first birthday
man. Ushers were Ray and is a junior. at "I-'laglerCollege
Sunday at a party given by
:Merrill and Smith. M
Terry in Augustine
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell
Hall Miss Bl'ckyIerrill: :Mr Jackson graduated
attended her sister .is maid of from llradloid High School in
v. Helping Michael to
T f-1 : honor. She wore a blue and 1974! Is a junior at lagler!
celebrate the occasion were
and white dotted Swiss, princess College and is a salesman .it
his two brothers, Lamar
. : Ul Mark and his cousin.. Miss style gown and carried l a Jackson Building Supply in
of and blue Stai ke
X Shelia Morris of Tallmadge.Ohio nosegay pink
Staunch and True! and 18 guests. carnations and babv's breath
Melissa St Strickland attended Joint Birthdays
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is flower girl I and earned a
small basket of blue Held July9
a o Mr. and Mrs. John Mvers carnations
r \ o and Mr and :Mrs T.II. Slade Given in marriage by her Robyn Bivant and! ('huskySmith
V "ti\ American Colong were weekend guests of Mr father the bride wore a long celebrated l their blrth-
: and Mrs Bill Clover; at princess style gown of days Krulaj. July n, with a
w InvernessuiKiu. candlelight satin with party For the family and
..N flowered lace overlay on the friends, at the home of their
bodice of the front !panel! The grandparents| : and :Mrs\
-- Oak Finish4PC. < \i>tom> gown had short putted sleevesof If F. Hrvanthiiiky .
w: in Mellow Hand-hewn ('OLMIMM.UM'II: 1 : old
-- --- silk organia with satin ( was six years
; I'iihlisht'd reiv'I'hur.dlyat cuffs She wore a candlelightnet July' Hand is the son of :Mr and
SUITE OF GENEROUS PROPORTIONSWITH I 1Ix: \\. Call. !SI' ,reel veil flowing from a :Mrs\ \\ T. Smith
!Ala' eke, Horlil.i :Uii'll: flowered l headpiece created of Robyn was seven years old
MAR AND STAIN-RESISTANT PLASTIC satin leaves bordered by seed on July).' 12 and is the daughterof
Second (I.ISS |I..>S.I'I-. ) |,.llll pearls. She wore an antique :Mr and Mis: Roy E: Br)'
F'L? # .> TOPS, INTRODUCTORY PRICED AT ONLY ..'!''ot.lrkt', "11I..ld,1Sllh"I'rl"Iim mother of pearl heart shaped anv'

... .._ iF- I IT Ir 95 locket and carried a nosegay Robyn also enjoyed a buth
Reg. $38485 SALE PRICE $319 K.ilcs: of blue white and pink day parly ut McDonalds: on
liuili-uuM;: Si |per carnations and bab>"'s breath July 12 with a few of her little
1 r y car:11'ir: 1 uwuthsOutsidelradi'.uea, with a white cymbidium Iriends
I'1 I 'lifer I Triple Dresser, Mirror, orchid in the center Hamburgers. take and
I I : $x A I'el.t'plionas held in thechurch cokl'sl'rC served at
5-Drawer Chest and Bed... (>iT\rar, Si.:"ill; six months Fellowship Hall McDonalds:
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Borrow a touch of the past and put it in your living now! Here is -- -

-. ., ;r2e a handsome country-look in bedrooms that is equally at home in

i-" the city. Designed for lasting appeal with strong, unclutteredlines

to perfectly accent the deep groining and rich oak finish Going Out Of
r' -- All cases have dove-tailed and center-guided drawers. See this

y fantastic bedroom value today and look at companion open stock

-- pieces, now priced at similar savings! Nite Table 44s extra.r .
------ Business SALE !
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.y22,1911 TELEGRAPH: PageS

\ Luau, Swim Party Held By "Man's real treasure is the treasure of hill mistakes, piled up stone by stone through
thousands of years." Jose Ortega y Gasser

y M" .....r Sorority At Lake Bedford
.i., STARKE-A luau and swim music lent atmosphere to the
party was held at the Lake luau.

,', ", Bedford home of Mr. and Mrs. Following dinner, dancingtook
.; : Gene Cox Saturday, July 17, place on the lower deck of
by XI Iota Delta Chapter of the Cox home.Members WHilE-
Beta Sigma Phi sorority attending were:
Members and their guests Mr. and Mrs. Verl Best, Mr.
came dressed Polynesian and and Mrs. Ralph Dryan, Mr.
received garland leis as they and Mrs.Billy Hodge, Mr. and
arrived.A Mrs. Arthur Patray, Mr. and
buffet dinner featuringegg Mrs. Freddie Stephens and .
flower soup, chicken Mr.and\Mrs Kenneth Young. .
/ maul,kona rice, egg rolls and Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. )} THE .
tropical fruit served from car Larry Alvarez Keystone ;
ved watermelon halves was Heights Miss Valree Connell,
enjoyed at tables set up by the Gainesville and Tom Zimmer -'
m water's edge. Taped hawaiianMrs. of Clearwater.

t Mrs. Wynn Stork Shower )

.;.. 'J.._ CAT'S
Patty Mulling &. Irene Wainwright Honoree July 12 -

Local Girl Scouts Attend Wayne Wynn was the 20 guests during the eve (r;
honored at a stork shower ning. r
Wider Monday Night, July 12, givenby The hostesses presented the \
OpportunityPatty Miss Vicky Turner and honoree with a diaper pail
Mrs. Janet Turner at the Turner filled with baby supplies as a AWAY
Mullins and Irene movement. home. memento of the occasion..
Wainwright, Starke girl Both girls have been activein An arrangement: of zinnias Mrs.James Barron assistedin
have scouts in Starke for "
scouts, been chosen to girl and caladiums was a focal serving.
attend a Wider Opportunity in eight years. As members of point in the livingroom.
Baton Rouge,La. from July 24 cadette troop 520 they visited The refreshment table was
to August 11. girl scout centers in covered with white lace
Ninety six participants from Savannah,Ga.and Rockwood, BIRTHSMr.
cloth over and centered
all over the United States will Md. They have earned their with a green green and yellow stork THE MICE WILL
attend LOUISIANA first class badge, the highest
in its bill. The
carrying gifts
LAGNIAPPE sponsered by rank in girl scouting, and have gifts were displayed in a and Mrs. Paul Kish of I
the Audubon Girl Scout attended day camp Starke announce the birth of a .
bassinet in the
yellow living-
Council. They will get a first. and established camp for son Steve John, born July 10
hand look at Louisiana in a many years and been active in room.Games with prizes and in Shand's Teaching Hospital.
program designed to "Get scouting community service refreshments Maternal grandparents are
Your were enjoyed by \Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Feet Wet" which will projects.
show the diversity of the Gateway Girl Scout Walmsley of Raiford great PLAY ,
Louisiana culture. Councilwhich includes girl Joy Clemons, grandmother Is Marian
The three phases of the scouts from Jacksonville, Dellamaut and great-great
program will include a canoe Gainesville, Palatka Lake Rudy Thornton grandmother is Mrs
trip on the Tangipahoa River, City and Green Cove Springs Georgeann Willy, both of
a tour of New Orleans' sites area are proud to have had 26 Seaford, Dela. Paternal
and plantation homes along girls chosen to attend wider To Wed July 23 grandmother is Mrs. Steve Mac Baldwin Is In Switzerland And t"
the Mississippi River and an opportunities in many parts of Kish of Jackson Center Pa.
introduction to the Acadian the United States this Joy Clemons and Rudy \Mrs Kish is the former
Culture with a Jambalaya summer. Thornton will be united in Pamela Walmsley.
Dinner and a Bicentennial Starke scouts have three marriage July 23 at 8 p.m. in While He's Gone We're Gonna
the Pine Valley Congregational -
Parade. Of special interest to girls chosen. Lynn Johns has DUPLICATE RRIDGE
Holiness Church.All
the girls will be the Honorary just returned from an CI-L'B KKSfLTS
Chairperson of the event, opportunity at girl scout Mrs. Rhea Johnson and
friends and relatives
Lindy Boggs who Is a National Center West in are Mrs. Lora "'rancisere the
member of the United Stated Wyoming. invited to attend the weddingand winning couple at Duplicate
House of Representatives.Patty Irene Wainwright is the reception. Bridge Tuesday night. Dr. and SELL SOME CARS !
and Irene from daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mrs. J.H. Minesingcr! were
cadette troop 520 were chosenby Wainwright and Patty MullinsIs REGISTER:MW KOK second and lie ing for third
their council to representthis the daughter of Dr. and (,IKLSCOUTfAMPRegistration : were Mrs. Lex Green and
area because of their Mrs. R.S. Mullins all of for Neyati Girl Mrs. John Griffin and Mrs.
outstanding qualifications and Starke. Both girls will be 10th Scout day camp, August 2 Bea Bonney and Mrs. Bernice
work in the girl scout graders at BHS next fall. through August 6 from 8:30-: Kalfayan. Special *
3:30: for ages second grade
I Church Softball Leagues Receive TrophiesLadies through ninth grade at Camp

Neyali at Kingsrey Lake may
of the church Softball Church held a social Monday be made by calling or writing Chevettes Vegas W jnzas
leagues from First Baptist night at the Fellowship Hall of to Gateway Council or Mrs. Dairif
Church, Hope Baptist Church the Madison Street Baptist Carolyn Eaves, director Queen '
Madison Street Baptist Church were trophies were Registration fee is $10.00;

Church and Grace Baptist presented.Charles Schaefer presented non-scout, $12.00.Reception. & Luv Trucks '

trophies to First Baptist for brazier I
first place, Hope Baptist for Set
./J Yo.JItDW second place and
sportsmanship Grace July 28 For Dairy Queen
Mason n oo
Mrs. Henry Kicharde and for third place and -i i r.&
Street Baptist for fourth
children Pascagoula Miss.returned Wednesdayafter to place. Child Care CenterA Special! : -
Mrs. Harold Branned
Mrs. several H.M. Richarde.Weeks visit with presented Mr. Schaefer, an reception is set next Thurs Tues ,

umpire, with a framed card, Wednesday, July 28, at 8 p.m. July 22 July 27
Mary Ann Harley of Merritt signed by all the players. in St. Mark's Parish(House for rnvivABSOLUTELY
Island and Margaret Ann Jerry McGriff umpire, also parents to meet the -IntroducingTheD.Q. -
Conner of Orlando are visiting received a signed card and administrator of the church'snew
their grandparents Mr. and Randall Davis, coach for the child caring center Miss Giant
Mrs. Barney McRae, this Madison Street team, Martha Jean \\Hdon.
week. Mrs. Marion Conner of received a signed card and a Miss Weldon will speak Slaw Dog
Orlando Mill join the familyover gift of money in appreciationfor about the program and
the weekend. his management.A answer questions about the
social hour given by the new St. Marks Child Curing NO
Rev. E.F. Montgomery Sr., Madison Street team and Center, as it will be known.
Rev and Mrs. Montgomery, members of the Madison The program will begin 59
Jr. and sons, James Street Baptist Church was August 23. The center will
Montgomery. Mrs. George held. provide day care for .
Oldham and Mrs, Frederick The three refreshmenttables preschoolers, ages 2 through
Daniel were Sunday dinner were decorated in blue 5. Almost 12 Inches Of REASONABLEOFFER
and white centered
guests of Mr. and Mrs. David with the Ladies of the church will
Montgomery. trophies along with a blue serve refreshments at the Incredibly DeliciousScrumpdillyishus
baseball bat and white ball. reception.
The large cake was decoratedin
Out-of-town guests at the blue and white and was 1'JOt .
Diann Moore-Kstan: Mosher
wedding Saturday night were: inscribed "CongratulationsFirst Eugene Rader of Pl'orla. III. Giant Hot Dog WILL BE
Mr. and Mrs. T.E. Stricklandof Baptist" is spending two w eeks with his
Belle Glade. Mrs. Ralph Approximately their families 60 membersand the brother-in-law and twin sister. Nestled Under A Rich
Alvarez of Lakeland; Mr. and enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early for
Mrs. James Proctor, Mrs. occasion. two weeks. Creamy Blanket Of
Myrtle Sasser Mr. and Mrs. -
Edgar Cot tie and son, Jimmy, SuperO.Q.
:Miss Winifred Cottle of
Woodbine, Ga.: Mr and Mrs. REFUSED
Dwight McCullough and COLE SLAW
family of Kingsland. Ga and = 1

'Yuleo.Mr. and Mrs. David Moore of IlmmID 59CDon't

Mr. andIrs.! T.E.
Strickland of Belle Glade BUFFET
spent the past ten days with COMEONOUTANDc
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond. o Forget

Local admittances to \
Bradford County Hospital this Frl. Night Only 6-9 P.M. Family SpecialAll
week include: Debra Taylor

Mrs. Reba Starling Mrs. .. ....... Day MAKE US
Jessie Young John Thomas, .' KEltU! ] .
Christine Gaston Jimmy ." Every Wednesday -_
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Simmons Mrs. Ora Barden, h;\0
Mrs. Susie Myrick, Mrs. a l"i
Elizabeth Underhill and Mrs. STUFFED CRABS Big BrazierMade

Willer Klein Starke; Mrs. K ;:( \/4. FRIED SHRIMP '
(Edith Lowe Keystone i'J.' From 100o ) Ai- PROVE IT !

Heights William; Mrs.Kemp.Louise Lawtey Starlingand ; ry. ?: r'-{ 'i'! S ;' BOILED SHRIMP Pure Ground Beef .
Nolin Woodburn, Brooker. .
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Mr. and Mrs. T.B Harding ;,
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in-law. Mr. and Mrs. J.R. ( fr
Harding in Foley. Ala. SHRIMP CREOLE
Thursday to Monday
Kevin Miller Is visiting Matt
and Mark Meister in 2 VEGETABLES& SALAD a
Pensacola for several days.
Kevin accompanied his Dairy

cousins their week home visit Monday with after their $$1525Holiday 'err,, Queen
uncle, E.L. Matthews at
Kingsley Lake. Mrs. H.B.
McLendon of Orlando was
also visiting her brother, Mr. brazier.Starke
Matthews and returned home
Tuesday.Mr. .

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and children spent Saturdayand I Of Starke STARKE FLORIDA"Sooner
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I Arraignments Held In 28 i Cases July 6In Circuit Court Here cac.mcD2F. ) cuocuMr tJt.Af LW :

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will face a jury trial for the pled not to issuing a Seven inmates of Florida Miss Melanie Cuttino "
felony the 6
Twenty-eight in July arraignments
cases guilty From Page 4))
were placed on the August 30 to burglary and grand March 12 theft of two boats worthless check. His trial was State Prison pled not guilty to and Mrs. Mike Sistrunkand underwent surgery Monday In
and motors from JimmyMoore's set for October 3. charges of attempt to escape. St. Vincent's Hospital. :
trial docket in July 6 arraignments larceny The charges stem Lee Taylor Ischargl'd daughter of Indianola; Mr.and Mrs. Paul G. Brown
before Circuit 7 incident in Sun Sports in Starke Four persons were arraig-- William Miss two weeks
JudgeBenjamin from a May spending the
with auto theft and and family spent Dr. RS. Mullins, Mr. and
John Dillon Lewis 27 of ned on drug related charges
M Tenth which two tires and rims were her Mr. and half weeks in
Charged with the February stolen from an auto owned by Brooker, pled not guilty to the July 6 before Judge Tench. escape from Lawtey Mrs C.R.Scoggins. Mrs. A.C. three and a and north Mrs. Richard Cunninghamand
theft of a 1963 Chevrolet James Lawrence pled Community Vocational Centeron North Carolina daughter Marla, and
28 robbery of John Powell J.D. Griffis. pick. Gissy Dowling of Cocoa joined her
were co-defendants Robert John Phillip Koch 22, of up truck from Willis Grimeson not guilty to six: counts of pos. October 4, 1975. daughter Mrs. Scoggins and Georgia. Mrs. G.W. Mullins of Oca lareturned
Carlton Powell 30; Norman InterUichcn pled not guilty to May 10 Lewis is free on session of controlled substances Damon Stacey Chaney from is family from Sunday to Friday from a two

Easley 21, both of Starke; and grand larceny of Joe's Saw $2,500 recognizance bond. stemming from his also charged with center escape on Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Don Hardy of weeks Mountains camping trip and to Grand'the
Jerome Turner 21. Lawtey Shop involving the March :22 Three defendants facing May 10_ arrest in Palatka. the Lawtey Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Rocky
Powell was robbed of a 25 theft of a Snapper lawnmower burglary of dwelling chargesare Gissy has been released on November 251975. Miss Lynne Fort of Epifanio Romero of Teton National Park.
caliber pistol and SUM: ) John Luther Powell, 20( of $2,500 recognizance bond. Jacksonville is visiting Mr. Okeechobee-ands Miss Cary
Starke Carl E.Griffis Jr., 19, A Florida State Prison In. Inmates facing trial for ,Mrs. R.S. Mullins and
; and
Ted Bernard Curtis Jr.. 19, Also entering a not guilty Mrs. Raleigh Brannen for of Miami were Sunday
and Jeffery Lee Baker 21, plea to grand larceny chargeswas of Lawtey; and Samuel mate, James Koedatick pled attempted escape from several days. Mr. and Mrs. dinner Vigil of Mr. and Mrs. daughter Patty, and mother,
both of Hampton, pled not Jack David Reeling. He McNeal :22, of Gainesville. not guilty to the charge of Florida State Prison are Gary Ardel Brannen of Jacksonville Charles guests Hardy. Mrs. LT. Izlar of Ocala
Powell will face charges of smuggling marijuana into a McMillen, Kenneth E. Grant joined the family on Tuesdayand returned Friday from a three-
entering the home of Anna M. state prison on September 27. Richard K. Schmidt, and Wednesday. had week trip to Philadelphia, Pa.
Fields as
Leuck in Starke May\ 10 and Alexander Benitez pled not Charles Faucett. Faucett is Mrs.: JH. and New York including 12

CENTRAL HEAT & AIR May\ 11 with intent to commit guilty to possession of more also charged with possessinga Mrs. B.C. Holtzendorf, Sr. Fields visitors of Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. and Charles Mr days in the New England
sexual assault. Griffis is than five grams of marijuana. knife during the attempt. and her granddaughter, Lynn Robert Tanner of states and Canada. They also
charged with the April 28 Harold James Harris, 21, FSP inmate Marion Holtzendorf returned Monday and Mrs. and Mr. visited their niece and
Let us explain our energy entry into a Lawtey home and Barbara Ann Harris, 20, Calhoun pled guilty to a after two weeks visit with her and Baldwin Mrs.on Bob Sunday Howell of Lake nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Shelton
occupied by Geneva Wilker- both of Starke, pled not guiltyto January 6 escape and was sister, Mrs. Ethel Perry in afternoon. Peddle and Lonnie Izlar: in
son and Sherri L Griffis. Mc possession of more tha n five sentenced to six months to one West Columbia, Texas, City on Monday Augusta, Maine.

Neal will face trial for the entry grams of marijuana and to year to run concurrently with brother, Ernest McGhin in 'Eighteen members of the
saving system
of property of Mary Carteron possession of a four-inch smo- his present term. Livingston,Texas,niece, Mrs Starke Little Theatre groupattendl'd Mrs. M.W. O'Brian of
April 14.Charles king pipe. Charges of resisting arrest George Price in Houston "Hello Dolly" in Miami is staying with the
Lynwood Barnes, The Harris' were arrested with violence were dropped in Texas and other points of Charles Sawyer children in
46 of Starke pled not guilty to April 9 following a search of open court against Cindy Jane interest.: Orlando on Saturday. Jacksonville while the
COMPLETELY charges of carrying conceal their home on Nona Street. Saunders 20, of Lake City. Sawyers are vacationing in
Charles Hardyof
and Mrs.
ed .22 caliber pistol at the Red Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Mr. the Bahamas until Monday.On .
and Mrs. Don
Starke Mr.
Honey in Starke on May 15. Tuesday Mrs O'Brian and
and Col. and Mrs.
_..... A not guilty plea was enter Small PO Closings J.A.Nasworthy Griffin returned July 16 Hardy Hardy of of Neptune Gainesville Beach, Chase, Mr. children Mrs. John Whetcheland
INSTALLED of Sanford' and
ed by Frank Terry 18, of from a three week trip to the Romero of family
and Mrs. Epifanio
Starke to a charge of forgeryof northwest and Canada Mrs. T.H. Slade will have
a welfare check January 2. the Grand Tetons Okeechobee and Miss Cary lunch with Mr and Mrs. Tom
including attended Cross
He attempted to pass the $222 Deferred, Fuqua Says Yellowstone National Park, Vigil of Miami Slade in Orange Park. They
and Sword in St. Augustine
i check at Mitchell's DrugStore were joined for dinner
Waterton Lake Bamf Lake
_. supposed to serve. Friday night. Tuesday night by T.H. Sladeat
Washington D.C. Louise through the ice fields,
$1490(2TON William Thomas Howard "I l am certainly pleased that
the Sawyer home in
Congressman Don Fuqua the Postal Service has, at Vancouver, Victoria, British Eleven members of the
Deerwood. Mrs. O'Brian and
who strongly the Seattle and San
opposes Columbia Methodist Youth Fellowship
least for the time being bowedto
the children and Mrs
closing of small posts offices Francisco. with Mr. and Mrs. Don Sawyer
SPOT' the entreaties of Congressand along T.H. Slade will spend the
BROWN' and cuts in service said July
Hardenbrook Mrs. Doyle
the will of the people.
SYSTEM 6, the United States Postal weekend at the Sawyer homeon
( ) Steve of
I INYOUR The draft text of today's Rigdon grandson Crews and David Harper Lake.
Service is indefinitely headquarters Mr. and Mrs. George W visited Disney World on Kingsley
plus any necessary t LAWN 1 1Uli deferring all small post office postal communication to all regional Brown cracked a rib while Saturday, camped overnightat
electrical work closings as of July 1. postmaster generals, district skiing at Kingsley Lake on the Holiday Inn camp Final' Wffk For
\ Fuqua was a of a
cosponsor .
Sunday.Mr. in Kissimmee and
and sectional grounds
Cull 416-t-.i T 45lOAIIA managers
House of Representatives center managers is as visited the Stars Hall of Famein llpfu'illll' Program
(NSPfC NON resolution urging the Postal follows: and Mrs. S.G. Denmark Orlando on Sunday. Thosein
*.. fSTIMATfS Service to declare a one year "Defer action to close attended the Furniture Martin the trip were Eoline and
SAVE $$ ON moratorium on small post post offices which had been any Atlanta from Saturday to Nelson Green Gary Bakken, A parade characters of Walt Disney
office closings. The resolution cartoon is
Wednesday. Mr. Denmark Susan Eblmg Andrea Eaves,
scheduled to be closed on or
scheduled at 10 dm today
passed the House of returned Wednesday while Sarah Sandra
Biggs Darley
after July I, 1976. <( YOUR ELECTRIC Representatives by an "The previously posted Mrs. Denmark remained in Greg Thornton John
'tfTON1AOl overwhelming 399 to 14. final week of the summer
notice advising of the closingor Atlanta visiting Mr. and Mrs Denmark Scott Roberts and
"Service cuts such as the reading program of the
Leslie Biggs for several days. Diane Crews.
of the office
BILL closing of small postal offices conversion post Bradford County Library
a sr.raa s have seriously eroded public must remain posted. In July 19.24."We .
Carrier' new "SUPER I IIII confidence in the U.S. Postal addition, have a deferral "
E" unit it now alto I I IIIWlllllll 4i Service" Fuqua said. "In notice posted in each post Large Selection Of Fertilize Now the Bradford County:
office Involved. This deferral I
available. Demand to ,,, II11111111( 411111111g many cases the Postal Servicehas notice should also remain Fresh NITROGEN RAINS FROMCTHE SOILHOUSEPLANTS THE Public Library staff hope you
ses efficiency comparison (I appeared to be insensitiveto until are further SEED AZALEAS AND LAWNS have enjoyed the summer
posted you
the needs of the it is
people ; and
before you buy, IWI IIIIIIIIIIIIUILAI advised :NOVV-WE HAVE THE reading program will
RIOHT GROTONE continue reading as a life-long
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AllOtherLoans I . . . . . . 1,004.1 70.52 Advances from Federal Home JOHNS AGENCY
Real EstateOwned and Loan Bank . . . . . . . 5760000.00. Home Office Gainesville Fla Est. 1949 Also In Ocala

In Judgement . . . . . . . 48,867.90 Other Borrowed Money . . . . . . 38452.95 Crystal River, & Palatka Lake City Starke JacksonvilleSt IJ1: SO WALNUT
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Real EstateSold Loans in Process . . . . . . 1940332.53 Augustine

ContractforDeed . . . . . . 11945.72 Other Liabilities . . . . . 692256.04 J

Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . 1082985.47 SpecifIC Reserves . . . . . . 114693.06

Investments Securities . . . . 5722158.27
Fi xed Assets Less Depreciation . . . 2028049.32 General Reserves 2016053.37
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Other Assets . . . . . 1902688.81 2575804.11

TOTAL ASSETS $$87,252.470 NET WORTH $$87.252.470

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City Will Go It Alone Hospital Trustees Rescue Team Clash Over Policy m

I Bradford County Hospital in what chairman William discussed their differing budgeted for The board the meeting said to Dodd
On Trustees and county Dodd termed a 'misunder opinions during the regular unanimously voted to write during the hour long
Comprehensive Plan emergency medical standing," in the June 15 monthly meeting, and while off this loss, discussion.
technicians (EMT) clashedover meeting of the hospital board. no action was taken the board "Put yourself in ourposition Dodd responded! by saying
the board's leave policy, The board and the EMT clarified its official policy to If you had been here ""it was a misunderstanding"
Starke will go alone in that the city would get the Warren's third motion, the medical technicians for three years and all of a and that the old policy was
developing a comprehensiveplan under the which was referred to the present. sudden everything had been the bouid
exact thing never to
for city growth by 1979 in two-way contract as it would Insurance Committee No Opposition ............................... The issue centered aroundthe cut back, you would feel the The EMl"s: feel the present I
spite of an estimated $2,300 under a three-way contract. proposed that the city clerk be EMl's( contention that same way" KMT:: Clark policy is unfair because of u .4
savings that would have been Jackson said he strongly instructed to include in next (From Page 1) their annual leave had been Martin, one of five attending pay' cut late in 1\17:1\ :
possible by teaming up with opposed spending $12,900 for year's budget preparation a former state FFA president, term; he has served several "unfairly" t'utJ..om 120 hoursper
the County Planning Agency. something the city could get $15,000 for the purpose of and national FFA Vice. years as chairman of the year to 112. and holiday
Motion for a two-way for $2,300 less. buying medical insurance for president, is beginning his commission. He is a Lawtey leave hud been cut Irom 144 PRE ARRANGED "
planning contract between the When notified of the city's the city's 70 employees. political career service station operator. hours annually to fiR,
city and North Central Florida action Wednesday morning, Jackson chairman of the The remaining top-level Brown, 49, is a Lawtey Hospital administrator Dick
Regional Planning Council, Caines- who has maintaineda insurance committee, asked county post up for grabs in resident and insurance Edmondson who assumed his FUNERALS
rather than a three-way pact neutral position on the to be replaced by Warren 1976 is school superintendent, salesman. ixisition in February ol l<\>73. Some people prefer to make funeral
including the county, was matter, although willing to since he said the latter the top paying job at $23,535: Starling, 52. qualified said that there had been no arrangements
made by Commissioner Joe cooperate with thel city for obviously had more time to Supt. Jim Temple won the job Monday to get in the Lawteyrace formal. policy governing EMT In advance when a person has definite
Warren, seconded by Harold reasons of economy and study and work up insurance from former Supt. Tom Caseyin He lives on SR-125 in leave since the program's preferences And h. or she wants some assurance
Epps. MayorCommissionerCharle expediencesaid he could see plans than he (Jackson) has' 1972 by 55 votes in a hotly Lawtey and works for a inception in 1973 He said the that these wishes be followed. This approach -
Schaefer switched his no advantage to the city in Schaefer complied with the contested race, but resignedin Jacksonville constructionfirm present policy was formulated Is best.
previous-meeting "no" voteson having a separate contract.He request. mid-term and left the to give the technicians 40
the issue (which he said Superintendents of the With the rising cost of everything a prearranged
said that In fact, the state gas county. Current appointive percent more lease time than
was strategy to delay the law mandating and water utilities reportedthat Supt Richard Jockei is not a regular hospital employee's funeral will not cost any more than "r I
matter for further study) to a comprehensive plans for no lines would be candidate, leaving the top Incumbent Ralph Bryan -1-1. (such as nurses) In'cause they today's prices, only the Interest on the prear-
"yes," breaking the usual cities and counties by 1979 interferred with by the First school post open. is seeking a third term in the work 4(1( percent more hours rangement. Come In and talk to us about this. '
Epps-Warren (for Baptist Church's District a commission seat .
separate provides that all proposed The superintendent's race per yearAvtraged
city contract) and Silcox- municipalities must submit extension to the east side of one of the earliest set, is being Bryan is an accountant annually. museswoi sure there are many questions to be asked.
Jackson (for city-county their plans to the county for their building, The utility sought by Casey, who at 50 employed by the DuPont !'k 2.OKU hours |MT yen, and
contract) stalemate. review and comments, before heads were told however, to years of age has 25 years Company His challengersare "::-'I'I"s cork 2.>>JH horns
Schaefer said he met with sending them on to NCFRPCfor inform church officials an experience as a teacher and : Thl 1 misunderstanding.. Archer Funeral HomeDOYLE
MCFHPC staff members in review, and eventually to exact measurement must be administrator including two Maxie Carter Jr, 47. a came to !light when someKMl's
Gainesville Monday and was the State Department of made showing how far the terms as superintendent.Casey Florida Power & Light Co, :: continued! to take M. ARCHER L.F.D
told that the comprehensiveplan Planning. addition will extend toward says being "out in the employee and Starke lesidt-nt vacation and annual I leave Lake Butler, Florida
would cost the city Schaefer said, following the the street before final field" has given him a new Carter is a'eleran iiicoiding to the old liguies I !
approximately $12,900 on a meeting that the City will approval can be given by the sense of what is needed in the campaigner These hours they' said, wtie 496-2008 4962056Volunteer
two-way contract, and proceed to negotiate Its city. system and a new insight into Charles McKinney. 25 a established l by dcoigeCanova ; !
approximately $10,600 (a separate contract with In other action: what educators are saying newcomer to county politics who caw hospital Ambulance. Funerals Monuments
savings of $2,300)) on a three- NCFRPC without further -Baldwin Chevrolet, the and thinking. Casey is who lives! on Griffis Loop and administrator until :Novemlw';
way contract in cooperationwith delay. only bidder was awarded currently: assigned to the works for Triest ConstructionCo I'174! .
the county. Another motion introducedby contract for a half-ton pick-up principalship of the high Since the hospital woe
Earlier Schaefer had reada Warren and approved by truck for $3.608., school. Incumbent Haiel Paulk (Ii-l. budgeted/ lot paid Il'aIIiTII'
letter from L.M. Gaines, the the Council provides for -The Southern Cross Co. Opposing Casey is principal is seeking her I lirst completeterm aicoiding to the new (ie ,ohey.
county's planning agent placing on the September city was awarded contract for a Dewey McKinney, 33 who has in I the* District 5 the disc'tep.ini'les litluicn VOTERREGISTRATION
urging the city to proceed with election ballot, for voter gas utility "leak survey" at 10 years experience in the commission seat Mrs Paulk leave time taken III l theESI'1"s.
signing a contract (either withor or disapproval, an $140 per day for an estimated county: school system as a was appointed to serve alter :: I and I hit I budgeted/ lot
without the county) as ordinance to establish a City 11' days. teacher, coach and the last the death of her husband She showed up mi the dinipiiUr DRIVEDEADLINE
further delay would Planning and Zoning -Mrs Shirley Belcher was five as principal, two years at lives on Crosby Lake Mrs pi olit and loss Matt'mi'nt
complicate matters and might Commission with a separate granted a sewer tap for Brooker and the last three at Paulk is opposed! by Jiw prepaiedpiil In
increase expenses. Gaines Board of Adjustment, with the doublewide mobile home on Southside Elementary. Pentecost. 511, a retired ,Ucoiding.: tithe ".11I11'lIIt'nl) TO REGISTER IN ORDER TO VOTE IN
said the county was ready to Planning and Zoning Myrtle Street, requiring 200 McKinney is currently Jacksonville' ship yard worker the disuepaiu-N. amounted to SEPTEMBER 7 AND SEPTEMBER 28 PRIMARIES IS
move ahead on its cont..act.Wa..ren Commission serving as the feet of pipe extension and one assigned as principal at who lives in Sampson City $4ti,1.t" w hat had. Ucn
the only city's planning agency. day's labor. Starke Elementary 24.
commissioner>. who seemed to McKinney is basing his MUNICIPALITIES OF BROOKER, HAMPTON.
have much new business on campaign on his experience, Happy Week EndAt LAWTEY AND STARKE. THE BRADFORD COUNTY
his mind, introduced a seriesof he will push for
three motions, one of which LB Council To Study discipline and sound ELECTIONS OFFICE IS SPONSORING A VOTER
Bush's & &
provided that the city engage budgetary policies Nursery Bait Tackle REGISTRATION DRIVE TO BE HELD AT THE

in a two-way contract with The only other school post FOLLOWING LOCATIONS" :
NCFRPC for production of acomprehensive Millage Rate TonightPostponing being contested is the District Week End Specials
plan for the 4 Hampton area board seat Supervisor Elections Office
City of Starke. Schaefer broke which has bt'en'acated by FLOWER POTS WITH ROPE $200 Monday thru Friday
the usual! tie on this topic by action until a Wayne Carroll report that veteran Rodney Hall after 16
voting yes. July :22! special meeting the trailers owned by Lowell years The post is sought by HOUSE PLANTS 50c & Up 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Representatives! of the Lake Butler City Council Shadd were parked on an alley two newcomers Vernon THISWEEK'SSCHEDULEWinn
press, usually content with expressed its unwillingness to owned by the city Whitehead Parmenter and Royce K, SHRUBBERY 50c & Up
taking notes at council raise taxes next fiscal year said; that the council should Joyner.

meetings fired a battery of during its July 14 regular notsingleoul Shadd and make Parmenter 33. is managerof BASS PORK RINE 2 For 5129 Winn Dixie Store .. . . . .9...m.- 12 NOON
question! designed to disclosethe meeting him move his trailers since an office supply store in
council majority's reason During the special meeting other residents in the same Starke and a senior JULY23. FRIDAYFla.
for voting product $12.900 for council members will situation had not been asked accounting student at theUnlve..sity Free Bag Of IceTo Bank at Starke.a.m.-12 NOON & 4-6 p.m
the same they could consider whether or not to to move either.Shadd. of North Florida
get for $10.600. hold valorum taxes at the who attended the He lives at Hampton Lake Regular CustomersYou Lawtey City Hall..1 1 1pm.3pm..
The only explanation p..esentlevel of 7,S74 cents per meeting said he was notaware Joyner. who qualified Elections Office,Courthouse. : a.m. .MIDN IGHT
forthcoming was that the $lKM( assessed value, or to that the city owned Monday to make the race is a Can't Do Better Than Bush
three members voting for the increase it to 8,053 cents, the property in the area where his 41-year-old building JULY24SATURDAY (FINAL DAY)
two-way contract wanted "a highest it may be raised trailers were located. contractor who lives I in Winn Dixie Store . . .9 a.m.U NOON
separate book': containing-the without a public hearing In other action the council Hampton right, behind the!: ........ By The Shopping Center Brooker City Hall. . . 9 am.12 NOON
*;&vllWyi III J plarnrralher:' than' ".. j\so| to be considered: at the voted to reduce In* school. Joy ner has lived in the : ..
boo;; ;;* with th entirecounty". special' rnt.'eting'r' higher membership! of/ committees county for 15 years workingfor 518 Edward Rd. Starke Fla EleclionsOfnc.Courthousea.mSp.m. .. +
Commissioner Epps who Is water rates for the Lake from three councilmen to two. Triest Construction for -
I 7
the Council's representative Butler Reception: and Medical This action was.. taken to several years and since'then
on !NCHIPC. !Said he has also Center of the Department of prevent conflict with Florida's has been on his own .
been advised that the planning Offender Rehabilitation Government in the Sunshine All three county ,
should be done''one the lowest Currently the prison pays 18 Law which states that the commission seats up for grabsare ELECTRIC
level" which he interpreted to cents per thousand gallons. public and press must be being contested two by'
mean it would be better for the but the council voted to raise notified if a majority of a three candidates. GENERAL
:> city to go it alone.Commissioner those rates to 36 cents per !governing body' meets Clerk Incumbent Dave Shuford is
"" Silcox said. thousand gallons. City Johns said that some being challenged by Mitchell
u "I think we"\'e got out thinking residents pay 67 cents per committee meetings are Brown and VL. Starling
fouled up," intimating that thousand gallons of water called hurriedly with no time Shuford 53, is seeking a third .
some people were interpretingcoperatic Plans for expansion of Lake to notify the public.Shower.
planning with the Butler's sewagedisposal plant
county as a step toward arealsoon the Jul> :U! agenda
"consolidation" He said athreewav City Clerk Jackie Johns said Loc; ker RoomsfnionHigh 0
contract would the plans must submitted to
have nothing to do with theDepartment of
consolidation and declaredBROOKER Environmental Regulation by Slated For r

May' of next year or the city
may lose its federal revenue
sharing funds. She said the LAKE BUTLER -The Union tern to the tire alarm system
present disposal plant is too County School Board unanimously and the fire alarm system
IN BRIEFBy small to handle both the ily's approved to add to its does not automatically' cut off
and UMC's: sewage waste construction priority list a the supply of gas and electn
Three council memberswere new shower and locker room city.
Jeannette Prescott sworn in at the regular lacilitv and a new gviniiaslum. \Mobley said it would cost a
monthly meeting incumbents both for Union County total of $50,000 to correct: all
Kirthd.it l'artv' William Unite and Margie High School. hazards and deficiencies
:Mrs JIM Marl celebratedher Cason.and new-cnme..Jimmv: Theshower and locker room including technical items suchas '
Hirthd.iv .it her homo \\hitehead facility will receive a higherpriority installation of handrailsand
,July t 1st t rinjse; helping! her: to Councilman John Shaw on the construction exit signs The total for
eniov) this spo> ul occasion stepped down as mayor and list because, according to the Middle School was. about WHIRLPOOL REFRIGERATORS
wenHcv: '. &: Mrs, Lacy nominated Mrs Cason for the state guidelines it is requiredfor $22.000. Union County Elementary : IT'S TRADIN' TIME ON FAMOUS
Oinvvav. :Mrs ('h lril\' I Luke. post and she look the chair "health and sanitation" would require
Cr.idvll.nl t, :\IISS\'' &. Dee Dee, with the unanimous consent of purposes.Superintendent. $14.000. and Union County' - f '
:Mr and Mrs: .KU: Hodges the other count,'ilmen. She has James High School would require All Colors t Now
and :\ll's.Imlil.: (lodges held that post twice in the Cason said that the present about $13.000,
Cake lie (ic\im &. I'cpsi past gymnasium will be used bv Mobley told board membersthat
were s-c-rved She received I The council passed an the Union County Middle many shortcomings !listedon l
many loxt'lv' &: useful gifts ordinance requiring a $10 School after the new one is the fire report had already In Stock Plus A
and 'vc-i winevishod her deposit for residents who use constructed been corrected For example,
m.rnv moro ll.ippv Birthdavs.Mi'ssv the citv's sewer and garbage certain fire doors that did not -
,: Hart won a While collection service, but who do Projects listed on the con open properly' had been FREE Ice Maker
Itiblc during! \' U'alion'Bible not use city water struction prlo..ltylist are paid adjusted prior'to the board ;; -.-..
School for bcmtf laithful and The charge comes as: a for through state capital out meeting _
bringing I lie most visitors. result of some renters ho use lay funds. Presently underconstruction When asked bv' ChairmanMorris Installed j
Tht'I Itiblo was presented to the services and leave the cit\ is a librar- \ Dobbs if the fire report w __
her b\ :Mrs Helen Smith of with unpaid bills. It is hoped media center and bath..oomfacilities was "pass-fail' in nature .
!Lake Butler. Kl 1 that the deposit will offset behind the IIb..ary.The \Mobley replied no and likenedthe !. ;fir e ... e Makes ice automatically
some of the losses The water\ board could not give a report to a list of recommendations The IceM.iifK1: UP maker is like
I'KHsilNUS: deposit will remain at $.20. beginning construction date for compliance to y a" 'r$ hav'inn your 0.\',: 'ilt, in ice
:Mr and :Mr, Grady Hart, Council members decided to For the t gymnasium I lH'c accompanied In' Mrs: Charity lake no action on city attorneylloapiftIOu'i'ri otner projects: have greater hoard I r:_I_;: fill ""I' pill Kvei: ;v i I'e"nt, v>u
Luke : & Pee Dee. spent priority on the construction Also presented to A \ II'nll
Missv : ., r .e use i i-- i 1."hU'pCt..nwt(
Friday &. S.JtUl'dIJuh' 16.17 priority list. ml'mbl."rsas a report bv' Its/ I
in Tallahassee ''KL. "visiting Union County' Elementary
!Mrs Luke's daughter and her ; Board members also heard Principal Martha. Riherd on
family'. results of the annual fire elementary' school! 'openkindergarten' All This For The
(From Page I II )
(Mr.: and :Mrs Grady Hart Inspection report, and. program used +
and d.lughlersllssy': &: Dee switch costing between fbOO according to Director of this past school yearThis l. _
IX-v. spent Thursd.. .. July 13. and $1100 vv hich ill be used to Auxiliary Services Tommy program groupedapproximately Low Price Of
at Hold Head Branch State turn on the hospital's new Moblev.. the school system. IlItI| kinder
Park. emergency generator.The "stands favorably with other gar tenors! into one large! class
Ann Marsh of :Moodv's board was notified that similar schools in our area" broken into smaller classes
Station the week with the Slate Fire Marshal's "We do have a number of during different times of the Model EDT171SK 0
spent would be returned things to be done. The $
:Missy & Doe Dee Hart report middle school day.Riherd 17,0 fi Million-Magnet'doors
:Mr. and :Mrs Paul Prescott soon Edmondson said that it school was worst of all said "Allin all. the cu. capacity 389
and Johnny' spent Saturday' would probabl' contain because it's an old building" children benefit. If they, like .Convenient 4,72 cu ft Power-saving heater control
night with their sister-in-law recommendations to install Mobley said adding that one teacher better they can be freezer switch
Mrs Ola Prescott in Tampa. exit signs. replace certain "most of the deficiencies are with them., And they can tx No-Frost in refrigerator Equipped for add.on ice
July 17, Sundav! July' 18 they wooden doon. and install asprinkler things" that are not fire hazards with their special friends. too freezer sections makerPorcelainenameled .
traveled to their cousin's system In thfnu..se's She said that the difference Sale Good Thur Fn. Sat
home. Mr and :Mrs Eddie loungeIn Examples of such deficiencies between the "op n" conceptand interior Ribbed bottom crisper pan
Williams. out of Plant City, to the board's final action. on the middle school fire the I traditional nail
k lake part in their 50th Trustee Inca Green suggestedthat inspection report were: the classroom was that pupils had
IC.OLDEN ANNIVERSARY the board place Dorothy number of pupils taking part more control over their daily'
t CELEBRATION)I. The Green in charge of the in evacuation plans was not activities. and that they were
4 reception: was. > held in the administrator office on included in the report to the taught by four different
recreation room of. Midway weekends: in the event of an Superintendent: not all teachers instead of one
Baptist: Church, with friends: emergency requiring teachers may' know how to usea The pupil day' began with a
calling between i:30 -1:30.: It administrative action. fire extinguisher: and theSUperintendent's "big group" time I in which APPLIANCE
memorial Chairman William Dodd evacuation they' planned what smaller.
1 occasion was a They very trawled by to said. "I: don I think you could plan had not been received by' group they' would go to next
visit their mother Mrs. !Nellie have picked artbody better the principal Instruction in 'the various
Pringte. in Lakeland also qualified" as the board !More serious deficiencies at fields came from one ot the 332 Madison Starke Fla.ph 964-77O1
other! relatives before unanimously approved the the middle school included no four teachers during small ,

tr.i returning home. request, separate electrical power sys- group time.

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Burglar In Record Caught Shop nY Chief Mechanic Depends n Budget- Board Says

r For the second straight The board agreed with Reg- said Monday the budget Is not buses even though reduced to point system If the project
A Florida State Prison summer the Bradford School Ister's assessment of the balanced.A 22, have not been inspected runs over 30 days. The only
parolee was arrested Inside Board Is without a chief situation but would not agreeto every 20 days as the board other bid was $43.000 from a
the Lee-San Record Shop on mechanic to overhaul buses set$10,000 salary suggested difference inlon decreed last year. separate; firm. The board
SR-1JO( after breaking Into the for use by August 30, new for a chief mechanic because developed In the boar over qUickly grabbed the M&W I.
double-wide trailer the night operations chief Lennard the 76.77 budget Is not com- the chief mechanic' salary In other action in an orrer.
of July 15. Register told the board Monday plete and the other 40CHIdd Seeing the need to get a man unusually brief meeting Monday -
John Edward Noel 26, was afternoon salaries are not known now on the board member the school board: -Approved Supt .lockers
arrested and placed In Job recommendation that a
Arthur and JT. Par.rlsh -Went Into executive ses-
Bradford County jail by Capt. "We're at a critical point In Supt. Richard Jockel said he went with Register In try. sion on collective bargaining second kindergarten teacher
W.S. Rhoden after he and 9R 181"r the transportation department and his staff are currently lag to hire a man now. Board with teachers immediately be hired at Lawtev Element
three other Starke Police right now," Register working on the new spending member Rodney Hall after the meeting. The board ary where 38 pre-schoolers
officers answered the call. said. "If we're going to hire a bill, based on estimates of the objected establishing the salary Is In the midst of negotiating a have already signed up and
Rhoden said he heard Noel chief mechanic we need to get amount of money expected before the budget Is new teacher's contract. Bud- more are expected, according
Inside the trailer as he at it." from the state but to Principal Jim Duncan
Jockel known and the amount or get figures salaries included
approached the rear entrance
raises for all employees Is will be unsettled until a new -Approved BHS Principal
and found the suspect hiding .
Tom recommenda
reached. Caser's
determined. Hall got support contract is
in a cabinet under a sink. I ISlarke Scott from Chairman Pat Spengler -Acceped a $14,448 bid by lion that high school lockers
Powell Grid Practice
from The the only incident damage resulting broken Police Chief Jimmy Bowen and Safely Officer Roman I and board member Art 110111- Reeves Southeastern Corp. to be repaired by the state prison
was Alvarez receive fences around the system at a cost of around
an appreciation plaque from National Child construct
glass and torn in the
rear door of the trailer. Safely Council representative AI Brelsford Cal left) July 18. Lead Bowlers Starts Aug..15 the vote was 3-2 four elementary schools and $500.Authorized
The award was presented for the outstanding job the Iwo against Gaskins' motion to contract nine gates across attorney Jess
Noel, who listed no address, performed last year In educating elementary school children on The mixed doubles bowling Fall football practice Is proceed with the hiring. But access roads to the high Wolbert to pursue civil action
supposedly lived in his car general safety and drug abuse. club from Starke which bowls slated to begin August 15 with Supt. Jockel said he got a con- 'school middle school and vo- against two juveniles arrested
the Bradford County Manuals were distributed through area schools from the at Palm Lanes In Gainesville the first game just four weeks census of the board that the tech center. Fencing at the in connection with the vandal-
area Previous arrests include safely council which Is a federal non-profit organization funded every Thursday, has reported later, set for Sept 10. $10,000 salary Is In the neigh- high school was not Included ism of Hampton Elementary.
two counts of In
of 19701. burglary April bynatlonal foundation grants and by aid from business leaders. that after five weeks of Head Coach David Hurse borhood of what the salary In the bid.Accepted. Principal C.M Clark set a
bowling the team of Scott and reminds players field house Is will be, and the superintendent $17,400 bid from figure for damages at $400.
Powell are in first place with open for summer workouts said he would proceed to Music & Worth Construction Gaskins expressed little confidence .
12 wins and four losses. from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. negotiate with prospective Co. of Live Oak the firm that Division of Youth
. Three Unopposed In Union Co. The men's leader In series weekdays. Hurse prefers chief mechanics on that basis. building phases 4 and 5 of the Services will make any
handicap bowling Is Clyde however, that gridders work Gaskins pointed out, and the high school, for installation of attempt to process the juve-
Terwillegar at .648, and the out from 6 p.m to 8 p.m. so board agreed It will not be a well-point drainage system. niles through the court system
LAKE BUTLER With Incumbent Is C.U. Crews who fourth term as supervisor. women's leader Is Glenda they can work out together. able to hire a chief mechanic M&W plans to finish In 30 or try to collect damages. Ill'
qualifying ended noon resigned from his city council One of three of Mrs. Archer's Young at .607. "Our participation has been to keep the 22 buses operating days but also has a $580 per cited the lack of action on the
Tuesday, three races in Union post in 1972 to run for the three sons Doyle, will soon be Young Is also the leader for .very good so far." Coach for the $7,000 figure the board diem agreement included In party of juvenile authorities In
County elections will be county commission. Opponent opening Archer's Funeral series bowling with no Nurse says, terming himself has been paying. He said the change order for the well a high school case last year
uncontested including sheriff, Royce Shaw was elected to the Home in Starke. handicap with a .168 score. well pleased.
property appraiser, and county commission in 1964. Her opponent Mary C. Her counterpart on the men's Players are expected to --- -
school board district 2. was defeated by Crews when Hendrix Is a political side is Bish Bishop at .174_ report at 9 a m. August 15 for
Sheriff John H. Whitehead he tried for his third term in newcomer but has worked In The team high score for the the start of fall drills. Pre- Washington-Around the
will be seeking to add four 1972, but will be trying again the UC tax collector's office series is Bish Bishop and Jim school term practices will be world 20 percent of all farm
more years in that position this year. until about two years ago. She Hester with a score of 2303 for held at 5 p.m each weekday exports-including half of all
since his election in 1952, Prior Blair Harrison Is also is now employed by the Union three games. Warren Winkler afternoon Practice sessions grain in international trade-
to that he served as Constable opposing Crews in the District County Times and Is the is the record holder for high will be held at 9 a.m each comes from the United Slates,
of Union County before that 5 election and has not run for mother of five children. game with a handicap at 243. Tuesday and Thursday National Geographic says. -ti-i fl
position was eliminated. office before. He is joined by i i
Property Appraiser Wilford Harlis R. Ellington another
Croft 51. is assured serving newcomer who is In the
his third term in that post. He construction business. The
served as county fifth candidate Is Tom
commissioner from 1963-68 Jenkins, 62, who has not held ltlilfl
after defeating F.M. Brown in public office, and said he C .rItL cSule
the primary election. would resign from his job at ( t r )1 1I

Only other unopposed Aero Corporation in Lake City
candidate is Morris Dobbs, 43, to devote full time to the job if
who is seeking his second elected.
term in the district 2 seat of Clerk of the Circuit Court ..
the school board. Dobbs is the Robert A. Driggers is opposed
manager of a Union 76 station by Bryan Hendrix, who
between Lake Butler and unsuccessfully opposed
Haiford. Driggers in 1972. Hendrix is a
In other school board races, farmer and chicken farm
incumbent Ressie Griffis and operator and has
challenger Nathan Trowell unsuccessfully run for county SUPER RKETS 40 OFF 31 OFF
will compete for the District 1 judge and tax assessor In
seat. Griffis, 301, was previous Union County
appointed to that seat last elections. I GALLON I I KRAFT 180z BTL. I
year when Tommy Mobley Driggers, 56, has held the I CLOROX'
resigned the post. He was theowner clerk's post for 23 years since CLIP THESEVALUABLE : : BAR-B.QUEI h
of Griffis' Grocery in his election in 1953. 39b 19
Lake Butler before the Albert Saunders opposes tax I BLEACH I SAUCE ,. I

business was closed. Trowel!, collector she seeks Josephine her third Addison term in co U PO N 5 wmt Tw COUPON AT'ANTII'f MIDI 011 0/. ITOII"HID. U\'f21.T,", ..."mis COUPON AT PANTIIT Ps1D' I 0.0 d sollla wee,, JULY 20,
a Union farmer, as ..
County was L waD JULY n. w7S LlMIT"CN CINTS P COUPON .
A 1110 uJ L. JULY 2. Ins LINtY.1 O.SACN CENTS 01""F COUPON WITH' A$110
defeated by Mobley when he the post. Addison ran & SAVE M011I FOOD OD:'*,TOOACCO c PRODUCTS. IACLUOID. : :.FOOD ORDIA. TOSACCO PRODUCTS OJ:
: U'D
opposed him in school board unopposed in 1972. Saunders Lrrr r rr rr rrrrrr rr rrL rJ
elections in 19701. has no previous experience in
Three person are competing politics and is in the farming
in the District 4 seat with and pulpwood business. +y
,-. dl
incumbent Ray Crawford Supervisor of Elections -
running for his third term. Lottie Lee Archer faces one T JuLY 21. ITiS QUANTITY.oeN'S 11..0.
Crawford is a farmer and opponent in her bid for her
cattleman in Union County. COMPARE
ills opponents are Mrs. Penny wiiiKie'r $a SAVE COMPARE 'uIN.W..1 K.I.Paine .
Shealy 33. a newcomer to Nw w NSb1c $$ / rlNnr root utr u. aN11 nn1tVegetables
county politics, and Randolph FLORIDATHEATRE Potato Chips 58e "o tT Mixed 4/Si/ .. t
D Lawrence, a retired Miami lilll C.Ililaal .

businessman Lake Butler who in came 1966.to Hot Dog Chi/ 4/s/ 1 3A r/Nrlr Breakfast H'H' 1110.1 Drink? IIIMa 5139 20'

Lawrence's only previous rwar P101 to u itu lUll'
political experience in the Toaster Pastries 49C A' Pink Detergent 351Iw /
county Is working as a
Wallace campaign \'olunteer 5 Days Only PANTS? I5 ..' '
Pork & Beans 4/$1/
Superintendent of Schools Fri Tues. ?fi t / SAVE
James Cason, first elected in ". MIN' ru 20
1\164.\ is seeking his fourth WALT Macaroni Dinner 4/$1/ ...

term all supermtendent. In the DISNEY 10111, H'OI' ".. t/N

defeated 1918; election rite-In Cason candidate barely MOOUC710A1 Sliced & Cut Beets 5/$1/ u' arulur

WyIP1 PIN' w
\I.J.: Dobbs by a margin of '
Black 69c .a
Pepper ,
about and
eight votes, m 1972 .A I IIKAa1NN
defeated opponent Glenn S. rwm plat w T

Ilo\\ard by 199 votes Cason ... Dip N' Chips 5ac a.' a COMPARE __"'qfl.' you""
44. has earned a :Masters :G <<>>- .. (III' IOU, so ac. Wtona1

Degree in school '. I. i I Green Beans 4fS/ 1 rwm' H101 71N ,!
administration from the "i': ; .!7! I r":: Iced Tea Mix $125 'A ,

University of Florida in Walt ',11I HUH"t oat I "..
Gainesville -d Peeled Tomatoes. 31/ 1 ..' ; Del Monte Catsup B9 70ITN

DlsnaysSouth ion i IuNi M1 Nu' IQINI ''l
Callon's two challengers in Apple Sauce 59C at' Fresh Kosher Dills 99 .0'
superintendent's race are TECHNICOLOR' pas
:Marie Woodley. 56. and Bill o
:\lcGIII, 47. both newcomers to I/T/
limon County politiCS. Mrs. L.L9r
Woodley who lives in 301
I'rovidence has worked an the

l'C school system for many _ _
years and has directed the ) RIVEIN A
district science fairs held

annually for area high .
schonllcGIII: was Fri 8 Sat. _ _ _
pre\lously a principal of UC
high S'ho,1 and IS presently Stephen Boyd InEVIL.
employed by the Lake City
Community Collpge.

Ten candidates are COMPARE ........,.... I COMPARE ........ .... .
competing for the threecounty :rflhl 'Pr ....e.. .pstop.

commission seats up .",, M.Y on .... ( ... ... ..
for grabs this year In the 2/89" ." COMPARE WO.a.vINro/Y YW Nrro COMPARE WA.. IIMKI.. t N.Y'0 ll/tu.
District 1 race challenger ? the Fruit Drinks / Ii..sa.lgw' "'LlIIOII" I I//I mLINIIINI Crisco Shortening t $145 ,4Y.

Samuel incumbent A Paul Johns\1.: Rlherd faces, "I/SIP Deviled Crab 99c ao' I Lavoris Mouthwash 5119 30 NIIwI 10. III.

who HI seeking hiS second DEEP Stewed Tomatoes 3/t1/ 11 r/Nllt//Mw GN ''IIO/I. 11., LtOo'' Folger's Coffee $299 14YI
term at that poot! Rlherd is Orange JUice 5/1/ Prell Shampoo aac "

the president of the Farmers .. II"JMY' I ; u Anu.Ji N NI I lijll t
and Dealers Bank in Lake / "Y lambrecht'Piiia'it/Nrt 11 n P rell Shampoo 88C A''tOIl. SAYEw
Butler. PG -GJio: :: ::.
Johns is making his ,;.. t I
iii CAN .OIU A" .a .... nMN ION I NN, 'i"" a. lot
County first attempt politics. into Union Plus"Legend Lemonade Dr Limeade 6/$1/ 30' I I Plastic Strips 59c 20

., au.CI
David E. Woodington Of Banquet 110/11'1" Fried Chicken $219 30' Mycitracin Ointment s119' 30i .

incumbent in the District 3
seat or the county Big Foot" MN
11 I'
commission, faces two tl'a

opponents, Sidney Todd and Sun Mon Tues A
Henry Douglass. Woodmgton,
employed by the Dickinson THEIR SEVER YEAR
construction firm in .WT CHAlICE 10RAIS ,
J"'ksonvllll', Is running for a ( HEll! '
l'ommlSlOn.has second, term on the county / L': S S

Todd a farmer in Union
County was previously
t'mployed hy the Receptionand
:Medical Center near Lake' -
a -- -- -- -
for Butler the and District quit his job 3 to post.run ( FOLGERS1 (i----------- 1 (iI' MAXWELL 41 '

r Douglass is in the hauling CROWN II' I I' HOUSE I

County Constable as did I COFFEE ;
Whitehead before the DELU2E 1 LB CAN I 2 La CAN I
elimination of the posItion. I. I I
The District 5 county Plus"Pickup" t I .aTS TIM COuPOa AT PANTII" Ps/oe
commission seat Is the most I/ao.Ai 011 Old ITO.I. H..Ina wSD.-, 2.. :) l!! 011"D.Wd JI/LY STOSOS as tars N10.oNLT at :) l!! o'ord 6110JWv.TOII"7s lira.'0,ULf 1/' may)

sought after with five !!J ....---- -- .... -- -- - sarrrrrrrrrr

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Fifth place goes to Pat
Welch. Pat has come close Misfits Take TourneyUndefeated BRADFORD Coll
but hasn't
reached the top yet. He Is very
capable of winning, and my in five straight was Lloyd Gilpin going 3for3at the bases loaded, Thomas mi t p4
prediction Is that Pat will be games,the Starke Misfits won the plate. cracked out a grand slam rrsPoRTs
LW L1 U L the bassmaster to beat next the Class A Amateur Softball The Misfits beat the Lake homer, knocking in Wheeler,
season, so you had better tie Association Subdistrict City Athletic Club 8-4 July 15. Bennett, and one other Misfit
on several worms if you planto Tournament played this past Donald Wheeler led at the player.
keep in pace with Pat. weekend in Macdenny. plate, going 3-for-3. Players Playing their second
Sixth place goes to Jody The Misfits will travel to Powell, Ricky Bennett, and that evening, the Starke team
Starling Jody won the Most Lake City for District II Class David Bennett were each defeated the High Springs ,... ''w r 'n JI '''':''' 'X fl
v-- r 1 Improved Fisherman award A competition in two weeks. credited with a home run Merchants 10-3 to remain the .CL ; ..4I.1i".J."' .... ;:.1.'ft.1.
last year, and well deserves The Misfits opened Highest scoring game came only team in the winner's
The 1975.76 season is history No. 1 place during the coming placing in the top six this year. subdistrict play July 14 July 17 when the Misfits bracket.
as the Bassmasters finishedthe season. Me is sporting a new Jody has fished all his life, squeezing 7-6 by Tri-Graphlc defeated the Taylor Crackers Fred Wheeler hit the game's ;
season on Lake Kerr July Ranger boat with a 150 hp his dad says the first thing he Printing of Gainesville. They 1612.Home-run hitters in that only homer, and Gilpin was
10. The weather was rather Mercury motor, so look out ever said was "I want to go trailed 4-2 until the fifth game were Ricky Bennett leading hitter with a perfect 3- t!! ,.,,< y < risw'n .. sd'J
loves it and also "' JoSYFN "" "" '
He ,
warm during the midday fishing. Inning, when they rallied to Donald Wheeler, Fred for-3. *.. "I..
fishing. R.F.Third place went to Earl knows how to locate those score three runs. Wheeler, and Randall David Bennett's homer in ,(
R.F. Bryant and W.F. (Hard Luck) Muse. Now Earlis hawgs. He just keeps on In the sixth inning the Thomas. the final game July 18 helpedthe 'I
Wiggins were the lucky another hustler. Everybody plugging, knowing sooner or Misfits put two runners across The game winning hit cameon Misfits out hit the second __I
winners as they landed the should always talk to Earl just later it has to payoff.Congratulations the plate on singles by Steve Thomas' homer in the place team, W.W. Gay of /
most pounds of bass. R.F. and before the tournament, he to these six Cox and Johnny Powell. bottom of the seventh Inning. Gainesville, for a final scoreof
H.F. had a good year during sure can get motivated about bassmasters, they have Leading hitter for the game With two outs remaining and 3-2.
the 75-76 season. They both the kind and color of lure to fought hard for these! places
have fished hard and have like and have also inherited the "
use,just in the June night
been able to locate the fish, tournament on Rodman. honor to fish the Bassmaster IIAS MAN J'I' .
and also catch their share.At Earl told that the Classic, which will take placein Recreation Center
the end of the season everyone September or October of
were sure biting top water The
find R.F. this Whipped Mosquito?
Bryant to be the Ripala's with the tail and year.
winner of the Bassmaster of throat painted florescent( pink. The 75-76 season was
the Year award. On behalf of So what does Earl do? He goes another enjoyable year for the Washington-Summer's big Approaches to the Itchy and an engineer teamed up to League News
the club I would like to out that night and lands Bassmasters, and also news could be that the man have been varied and trap female mosquitoes in a
congratulate this bassmaster enough bass to win the another accident-free year. has succeeded in defeatingthat Ingenious, ranging from the bell jar and record their
for a job well done. tournament.This We strive for safety in the age-old pest, the ancient smudge fires.-still sounds. Tapes of the sounds Women's Church League championship game
R.F. has been fishing longer outstanding catch club, as well as harmony and mosquito. useful--to lethal electronic then were broadcast as % lureto First Baptist is the league July 6 to take the league
than most of us have been assured Earl that he would close competition. I could be, except that the devices. male mosquitoes.When champion after defeating championship with an overall
around. He enjoys bass fishing nail down the third place. Best of luck to each of you in first reporter to break this The newest weapon on the the males flew toward second-place team Hope record of 19 wins and two
to the utmost.He Fourth place went to harold the coming season.Bass story probably was an market is a battery-powered the enticing sound, they hit a Baptist In the championshipgame losses. The Merchants
doesn't like to tell how Brannham. You can always Wishes, Egyptian scribe writing an mosquito repeller reputed to wired grid and were zapped 7-4 July 15. The teams finished the season with 16
old he is,say's he is 39 and still count on Harold to be around Neil Crawford account on papyrus of how surround its wearer with an by 10,000 volts-sufficient to have identical records of eight wins and five losses. Comingin
going, going. Another thing when the going gets tough. He smudge pots had been found to eight-foot sound screen by electrocute a grown man. wins and four losses Hope third place were the
about this bassmaster is that was winner of the Bassmasterof the 0"The d1me'li ward off the biting insects, the emitting a noise.that frightens Since the female, rather was also the first half Stumpnockers with a 5-16
he fishes all day, or all night, the year award last year, National Geographic Society away the winged terrors. than the male, is the menace champion after' defeating record and not far behind was
whatever the case may be. and don't take Harold too IWJ1 \ says. Unfortunately, the United responsible for all the biting, Grace Baptist 8-6. the Brooker team with three
Second place goes to H.F. lightly this coming season, he rh L Across the intervening centuries States Department of the theory was that killing the Grace finished third in the wins and 18 losses. Brookerwas
Wiggins, who has fought R.F. will be there every announcements of Agriculture has tested three males would cause the final standings with seven the winner of the
right down to the finish H F. tournament and will be ), 1-; breakthroughs in the war variations of the device and mosquito birth rate to drop to wins and four losses. Madison Women's league
says he.will be gunning for the competitive.. against mosquitoes have been says mosquitoes aren't zero. Mosquitoes also have Street won only one game and Sportsmanship Award.
best of real
part a numerous and nearly always intimidated bv any of them. been bombarded with lost 11.
estate" bargain Is the neigh premature. Several years ago, a doctor radiation, to sterilize them. :Men's Open League/
bors. The Misfits were the
Men's Church League undisputed champions of the
-- ---- First Baptist is the winning Men's open league, winning
team with a record of 17 wins both the first and second half
and two losses. They finishedthe championships with no losses.
g the S lYlt Savin s976 first half of league play They finished the season with
o FOOD undefeated, taking their only 20 consecutive wins. Badcock
defeats from First came closest to the Misfits
Presbyterian and Madison with 12 wins and seven losses
Street Madison Street is followed by Brooker with nine
second with a 12.7 record and wins and 11 losses.
First Presbyterian is third Two teams that were addedto
FAIR with nine wins and 11 losses. the league after the first
Morgan Road is in last place half, Devnck and Senior Boys,
with only one win and 17 took fourth and fifth plates.
ylI losses. Devrick with a 2-6 record and
Senior with 2.7 record
CONSUMER I CORNER" TWO I DON'TS' FOR" CANNING! .. SUPERMARKETS Women's Open League In last Boys place were a the Gators


m I

Machine Men's in a series of playoff events for
Softball team will have a' men's open Softball teams,
chance to defeat the team thaw leading to district;'regIOnal,
in Meat !t'rii _i'ALL WaO.lULY28I..OU..HYIYYRIGHURUrRvaD.miss AND PNtCU GOOD. WEO..JOl.21 TWIUi took victory from them in-. state and national playoffs, '
Starke's invitational tourney
last June 25.27. The top two teams from the
BNLS. BEEF GM and the Waldo team will sub-district tournament will
l5 tri. _........ rW Url
; r. fwf. :CM PARE '0".NU'' Yr 10ti be competing with the earn a chance to play in the
BOTTOM SAYE : Macclenny Surveyors, K Lake district tournament to be
'y' IlIuBTIUKUl t IU Butler Merchants, and played in Starke July .-June()
ROUND STEAK ,' '''Marie's i Dressing $111 am Brooker in Amateur Softball 1. Hasty Greene is the host of
Association Open Class Sub- the sub-district playoff, but
U.S.D.A. GRADE A t'' mm HUH jtninnx
$148EvcryDayLowPricc 49c district Tournament playoffsin will not compete in the event
Coffee Lightener 10
U.S.GOVT CORNISHGAMEHENS : Macclenny this Saturday Green Machine is scheduledto
INSPECTED July 24.This play Brooker at 1115: a m.
I CORN FED LB : rn"'P: "s 4/1/ a. tournament is the first July 24.resodded.

MHIIT moi cut I rtixw in MOIIN
I SAVE Beans 41/ : 1 14
31 t QUICK FROZEN EveryDaytovfi t 1 1Vt Green

i ni imnxShoestring Potatoes 3/l/ 17 BUS Gridiron Is Resodded II

I BONELESS BEEF LOTS OFCHICKEN HCNMI Ml III IHIIH Remember the familiar since 19f 3.
Fruit Pies 4/l/ 34ie'
1.5 LB gully down the middle of the Matt Dankel and three of his
BOTTOM ROUNDROAST AVERAGEU.S Fr 'n"citFr"i' cut in IIOIIN Bradford High football field crew, Fred Ten-Penny, John
4/'l/ 1 worn down by the digging of Noel and Wilbur Waters
11"110I list many cleats over the years' provided the sod. BUS \o-ag!
3 LEG QUARTERS WITH BACKS Iced Tea MixKiMinnnu $1" 20 Well, it isn't there anymore instructor Greg Alvarez and
The field has been resoddedfor County Agent Bobby Tavlor
the 1976 season, courtesyof provided expert advice on how
Grilling Sauce 59 90
SMOKED PICNICS FRESH the Dankel Sod Companyof to put the sod down and helped
GOV T. FLORIDA III' St. Cloud and the assistanceof prepare the field for the sod
INSPECTEDCORN 6 TO 8 OR GEORGIA DelMontel1Corn 3/1/ 1" many local persons. County Road Foreman Leon
, FEDCORNED LB AVG. PREMIUM OHM BUI. lu : "It was acooperative effort Ellington provided fill dirt and
I WATERADDED B GRADE Sweet Peas 3/$1/ 1 IT1IVKES by everyone in the area,"said equipment
N LB Athletic Director and Head Stanley Crawford and Jerry'
I Coach David Hurse. It is the Bryan assisted ith the layingof
first time the field has been the sod.
j 19' 711' 0' 3! (v rybyl.w Price 70''



II Sat July 25-7:30: P.M.

Pine Grove Congregational

Bargains in Produce SAYE N I Bargains in Bakery Methodist Church

rt r Supr Discount 12; Raiford Fla:

FRESH { '41 ; ,,4e ALL PURPOSE PANTRY ;-FeaturingThe

GREEN b"" 'r r'rc PRIDE Gospel Revelators From
CUKES EACH B 'sf /11 DONUTS. Starke

\ 1 ALL VARIETIES i The Cedar Creek Singer -
10 NS I'
rON j ji 1
Super Discount// 59 Glen St. MaryA

i of t6j Special Group From Ga.

SWEET JUICY Youw 1 Never Heard Here In Florida.

own! LB eta- FRI H AKIO Everyone Welcome


MUFFINS Vacation Bible School

3/I 3/l Aug. 9 Thru 13th 9:00: A.M. Till 12:00:
2/M/ s'
French Bread Sunday School 9:45: A.M.

Hum nwc MM teN ns i immu *
Pullman Bread 2/89/ '' Sunday Morn. Worship Service

11:00: A.M.

PACKER LABEL Sunday Evening Worship Service
HIGH-LIFE ion OLD: DUTCH is"' lot
Mid Week Service. Thursday -
FLUID 7:30: P.M.

jei \. Pastor Rev. Ben L. ColemanJIJly
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w'Tll more than twoTmTlhon prescriptions. each month. Our volume means. lower. prices. an
CHURCH ACTIVITIES exactly as your doctor ordered.
prescriptions filled from the freshest possible drugs
Church of God: Sunday
School 10 a.m. Worship
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30
p.m. and YPE Friday at 7:30:
4Va OZ.
p.m.Evergreen Baptist: Sunday 32 OZ.
School 10 a.m. Worship BY BLOOD
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.

Prayer p.m.Faith Meeting Wednesday 8 SUMMER'S' COPPERTOfiiSUDDEN PRESSURE ECKE

Baptist Church:
Radio Program over WPXE
Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible BATHFLORAL.
School 10 a.m. Worship KIT
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. .
Prayer Meeting Wednesday DISPOSABLE "'" COMPLETE KITS
7:30: p.m. Bible Studio "' TAN INCLUDES BLOOD

Revival The Church July 23, 24, and be 25 in, is j3 a DOUCHE STETHOSCOPEBOOK PRESSURE UNIT N : GARDENIA
Elder Dan Phillips pastor of 3 3/4 OZ FOAM

Bristol.follows Order:Tenn.Friday of evangelist.Services night 7:SO as, we

Saturday Brother Phillips. 10 a.m.Preaching.Elder .09 '

Frank Ellerdee pastor
Magnolia Baptist Church 33'LiJ 2 1888 66'

Bro.Branford Phillips preaching preaching 11 at a.m.7:30: if1 Qo

pm. Also. SUNDAY Bible 1 Q Q LIMIT
School Phillips 10 preaching.a.m. 11 LUNCH a.m. Bro.12 I ONE

noon 2 p.m. Brother Phillips
There will be congrega- \Baa ,Mpd
tional and special singing by
some of the choir from
Brother Ellendees' church
and others during the 5 GRAIN U.S.P.-LIMIT ONE GILLETTE
meeting Pastor A.E. Massey

cordially the services.invites all to attend 12OZ. 100 CT. ASPIRIN 19 PRO-MAX

Sunday Grace School United 945 Methodist; a.m.: -- . . STYLING/DRYER
Worship Services 11 a.m. and
7:30: p.m.Prayer Circle will be MYLANTALIQUID
observed every Wednesday or.sta E 20 OZ. BOTTLE-LIMIT ONELISTERIHE WAiTS
morning at 8 a.m. at the
church. Choir practice 7pm. MOUTHWASH 8' 3 HEAT
and United MYF 8 p.m. at the f LEVELS
church. AND GARGLE
The church enjoyed its ? . . .
annual Sunday School Picnicat

Kingsley with Lake on Thursday and r EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR FROSTING YOUR HAIR-LIMIT 1 MO"1T'l "
evening swimming a
covered dish supper later. HD12 IIJ REG. 188
Highland Baptist: Sunday 3 99 L
School 10 a.m. Worship "' L'OREAL 24.99'

Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. 1 9 { FROSTING KIT . . . . --

730 Prayer; p.m.Laura Meeting. Baptist Wednesday Church at: r .

Sunday School 9:45 a.m. HOME PERMANENT
Worship Services 11 a m. and
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting VK +
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m.
Northslde Baptist: Sunday r .
School 10 a.m. Worship LIMIT ONE
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. HAMILTON BEACH
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at

Tonda Crews daughter of fts GREAT LASH BYMAYBELLINE HOT DOGS

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Crews of 5CT. ; . .. f 8 8
.Starkel spending some time ? i MINUTEHAMBURGERS.STIAKSX I .
with her grandmother Mrs. I TOASTED PIES
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert L. SCHICKSUPER ban
Barfield moved to Powder

Springs their son and Ga.,daughter Sunday and in II BAN ROLL-ON CROCK POT

law Mr., and Mrs. Kenneth II . . . . .
Barfield moved to Atlanta
Ga.. about two months ago. TWIN BLADES / RIVAL
They came back for Father's 1 OZ.-LIMITONE
Day and carried Cecelia 5 QT.
Chamberlain back with them. I LIMIT ONE
Mr and Mrs James R sardt TINTED ORVANISHING 109 1 10 stoneware
bowl removes for
Chamberlin went up there ,
Friday and spent the weekend FORMULA . . eauer Dishwasher cleaning sale +a -
with them and brought their naaeua caeTeoou 3350
daughter. Cecelia back with
them. LOp
Glen McCulley nephew of LLOYD'S KEYSTONE 115X GAF 135-20 -
Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCulley. CALCULATOR 2688
returned to Etawah Tenn. on CAMERA
Friday with his Uncle and A function COLOR
Aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh 1299
Gene Rogers of Athens.Tenn.. Student0UTFIT' ,
m MA mm tuat ammicaf HA*I PRINT
weeks here
after spending 3 percent key.floating
with them. decimal,etc Model INCLUDES 1 11SX PITCHER REG
Mr.and Mrs.James Waters No 303 CAMERA FILMMAGICUBE FILM 1 59
attended the Blue Grass Showat a 8. I Fll'' tREG.

Hoboken, Ga.. the weekendof 1495 HAND STRAP REG 1.59 i WITH ;,
July 16. 17, 18.

week Miss with Sheila Mr Holmes and Mrs.spent Joe a \9 88 99' 'a:;: 6 l< 1 TOP TRIPLE-COVERLETS .
Castello of Clearwater. 99 YOU POUR
Mr and Mrs. G.L, Sapp STRAIN 08 KEEP
visited Mr and Mrs Carl 11 OZ. CLOSED
Prevatt on Tuesday
afternoon. REG. OR MENTHOL .
Mrs E A Stevens of -- -
Panasoffee is spending some GILLETTE ,,,
time with her son and BARBASOLSHAVE
daughter in -law, Mr and C O 6iBarbasoJ
Mrs.Cecil Hardee and Demse CRICKET GOOD
Mr and :Mr Manuel

Stephens and granddaughter. ,+ PLASTIC
Sheilia spent a week with LIGHTER COOKIES = y
their mother Mrs. Maude
They helped her celebrate her 23 CHANNELCB TRAYSImm
73rd BirthdayMiss a REG 3 FOR 1 .OO REG
Arthunne Blanchardwas RADIO with MIC

party hostess honoring at a her birthday sister I WITH REG PACK OF y; yy

Miss Enza Blanchard. at the 95 SQUELCH 73 1 49 88'1ii' y, y
Baker County Nursing homeat 139 CONTROL 88c
MacClenny on ThursdayMiss LIMIT 2
Elizabeth Terry and 39' REG 15995 yy
Mrs.Strong went with her and
helped her serve the patients
cake. Pastor and Mrs. Jim
Hall and children, and Bryan SCOOP SHOES BLANCHEDPEANUTS I
Bowman, attended the party
Scott and John Tinsler
returned home on Thursdayafter COLORFUL VINYL + 12OZ' JAR /n
a long visit with their VINYL' STRAP QUART (ill
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert /LIME DELUXE .y REG. SIZE I 49 i

Tmsler Sincere and family sympathy of Miami.is GREEN SCY00RCOMBO' 266 19' 1.09 EANU? REG fig .

extended to Mrs. Mae Wells LA1WH 399 LIMIT : /
and other relatives due to the ( SJ TWO REG.99
2 QUART Sill : .69.
death of her sister. Mrs. Ruth
Barthlow of Middleburg. on fUR"I1URIe MEN'S & LADIES
Thursday morning F MEN'S 4 BUTTON PLACKET
Ralph Futch Jeff and WITH WHITE PLASTIC ARMS 1 VINYL W: ,,'
Karen of Black Mountain
N.C and his mother Mrs. ,:
Joyce Futch of Blackshear.Ga.
., spent the weekend with ( SHIRTS MODEL
her sister Miss Elizabeth \ : FLASHLIGHT 2178PLAWTEY
Terry While here they \ 1988 WITH
attended the family get 1188 BEO. I I' INCLUDES TWO I VOLT
together for her son In law REG 2288 / ZINC AAA EVEREADY 9
and daughter. Mr and Mrs. 13.88 \ AR39 BATTERIES SLIM-SPACE- 12
Rolph Fachtmann and granddaughter 4. CLIP"GE DESIGN. EASY TO USE
,Carla Joy of Japan, I SWITCH. REG ill
at the home of her son and REG 1 49

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OPEN DAILY 9-9 ;] ; l 1 1 G.l ;] ;J ""1- daughter In law, Mr. and
L.l: W LJDfYLJEJ: : C.i. ILa: lJfilr(! uRNuttPIFAROPEN / Mrs.Mr.Benton and Mrs.Futch Casey of Starke.Dobbsof
SUNDAY r.m:4.:
10-7 Jacksonville, and Mrs.
Dobbs were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arlie

f and Mrs. Wayne
PERFECTLY 'Kruk. Massey and Audrey spent last
STACKED Saturday night with their
Miu 'teats-- i N s u", 1 'G7I brother in law and sister ansIfamily ,
LIMIT Mr. and Mrs. A.Q. Smith
TWO I PR1NGLES ; of Auburndale. Their
daughters,Terri and Virginia,

TWIN PAK W1NTUK OR SPARKLE B Craig returned Smith home, their with nephew them.,

KLEENEX 100's RIOT came home with them for a
ROD visit.
POTATOCHIPS YARN Ronnie Smith of Palatka, ,
BICENTENNIALFACIAL nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
CROIX MAJOR McCulley, spent a week with '
Blanding for several swims
SKEINS. LIMIT SIX while here.

REG. % Mother Barry, Mrs.Watts Bessie took Watts his

REG. 99C City back to on her Saturday.home in Crescent They

36 4 REG. 25 attended the Watts Stanley
Reunion on Sunday. Barry
2I' TWO LIMIT 79C o8' OFF returned afternoon.home on Sunday

Bill and Ray Wilson and

and Bruce grandson Yacko of Gainesville Courtney,

Daugherty of Valdosta, Ga.;
ALL RODS! Miss Doreen Wilson, John
Swachworthy of Orlando
spent the weekend with Col
and Mrs. Wm. Wilson.
Mrs.Truby Wainwright and
Mrs. Wilma Wainwright

GALAXY 22" CUT-31/ H.P.MOWER COHOUSS ELECTRIC Ruth Saturday.Mr. Barthlow. at Middleburgon

and Mrs. John Tye
12" GARDENSPRAYER visited their sister, Mrs.
Peggie Roberts in Memorial
MEN'S & LADIES I, \ Hospital on Saturday. We are
FAN m happy to report that she is
,.. real well after
doing major
.SPEED / COTTON 1O988'" HOLDS ONE GALLON MEN'S & LADIES surgery Thursday.Mr. .
WORK GLOVES 1\ T NO HAND PUMPING Chesser and family of Sanford
REG. 29.99 were Friday to Monday guestsof
REG. 29.99 \ f BRIGGS& Wl their brother and sister-in-!
STRATTON law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe liarley
REG I ; and family, and brother in -
+ 88C PEG 13988 ,ql : law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
2488 B 8 I Wayne Massey and family
: PAIR Mrs. Onie Thornton
VSI REG 9 99CMSSUTCHII returned home Thursday
. .. ..7" morning after spending two
LOW weeks with her sister, Mrs.
WITH LONG-LIFE ,,, Pierce Crews, and her grand
SWINGER NICKLE CADMIUM 3 7 children while her son in -
BATTERIESDISSTON law and daughter Mr. and

SURF RIDER ;. GRILLWITH POWER LAWN Mrs.Ridgecrest W.F. Atwood at Sr.,went Black to

Mountain, N.C.
? yer&L EDGER *CEST1 Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard
WITH WHEELS Harley of Bushnell spent this
REG weekend with their son and
GRAB DELUXE MODEL 10997 CORDLESS ELECTRIC daughter in law Mr. and
ROPE WITH BAKED Mrs. Joe Harly and family,
t ENAMEL FIRE 33 HEDGE TRIMMER and other relatives. They
REG. 7 97 BOWL attended the funeral of their
aunt, Mrs. Ruth Barthlow,
k CUTS UP TO 35 Saturday.
22 0 Z.

29 8 8 P. CYCLE TWO Y MINUTES.' SUPER! a -... Mr.Gainesville and Mrs.celebrated Ralph Jacobsof the i

REG STRATTON, REG HARD DOUBLE ORMULAI 12th anniversary of their ,

POOL OR BEACH" [ 3299 ENGINE '2499 EDGE STEEL BLADES] were marriage married Saturday.at the Lawtey They

Methodist Church July 17. 19601
409 by Rev. Fox. Laura and Ray
INFLATABLE C -. ELECTRIC I9'/2-INCH Bryan enjoyed their company
'- Saturday for the dav The
AIR MATTRESS.- ; = FLEX-LINE HEDGE ALL PURPOSE young cousins Phil and Daren
spent their time pony back
WEED \ CLEANER riding.
TOUGH INSTANT and Mrs. Jim Hall spent a
I ,, GRASS STOP week with his grandparents
AND \ Mr. and Mrs. R.T. Van
SWITCH' Hall Sr. of Ormond Beach.

EXTRUDED AW.RJRVSE Mr and Mrs. J.C. Beach of
\ REG. 44 8 NYLON gg REG. 110 "oK'N| CLf'Ujuj Jacksonville spent Sunday
99'i 2 49 LINE 2 -- _.. afternoon with their parents.
\ $2.99 4.49 REG Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Robertson.
REG _J 1 09 Miss Cherri Rcdgra\e of
59 88 Houston, Texas spent a week
with her grandparents Mr.
and Mrs. O.J. Anders. She
JR. PRO 28 QUART RAKEHOE took them to see their son and
daughter in law, Mr. and
"SEA VIEW" OR SHOVEL Mrs James Anders of
ICE CHEST Palatka Sunday and to see
their son mlaw and
SWIM MASK LONG daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
WITH HANDLE Monday Her brother. Johnny
MODEL 1050 1 GRASS SHEAR 90 MINUTE Redgrave also of Houston
HOE flew here Thursday and drove
REG. $1" 1 79 344'
REG 3 99 back with her on Saturday.Mr .

t ei : SHOVELREG 3" blades.Siamlin, Makeitrimming Heel. CASSETTE Mosley and of Highland Mrs. Charlie were
449BOW eaiywork 288
88 ;, 1 T 109 Sunday evening guestsof
:. r; RAKE Safety TAPES their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
latch R g.38a
"'" TV... REG 4 88 311 Lonnie Miss Teston.Cherri and Johnny

Redgrave of Houston. Texas
PAK OF 3REG Mr. and Mrs. James Anders
LOPPING and family of Palatka. Mr.

FILLET LEAF RAKE fIfl" SHEARS MI I and son.Wilkins Mrs.Mr.of Gary Palatka.and Godwin Mrs.Mr.Gary and and ,

I KNIFE I ASSTD. COLORS! STURDILY BONUS CONSTRUCTEDTHE BUY IN RAKES ,'7A / II 99 Mrs Robert Johnny, and Mr.Jenkins and Mrs.and ,
\ 21 INCHES Junior Green and family of
PTh l < LOPS OFF ,q II O Milliard. Mr. and Mrs. Pete
3RE?. 24 '% 00 BRANCHESEASILY if II Jenkins of Jacksonville, Mr.
288 > / 2 ) and Mrs. Joe Martinez,
I lr- 399 Starke Mrs. Cora Hodges of
WITH Macclenny Mr. and Mrs.
REG. SHEATH 369 449 Glen Shuford and family Mrs.
1099 Hester Hicks Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Anders and family,
5 FT. STEPLADDER the home of Mr.and Mrs. O.J.
ANT & OIL Anders for a barbecue
a: WODDHANGERSWITH cookout for their birthday
ROACH CHANGER an ectra set of Miss Elizabeth Terry, Mrs.
REG. 10 99 ISViOZ, j' PAK OF 3 wth every roil Joyce Futch of BlackshearGa.
SPRAY XNTi CHANGE." '' Oil. IN INJ_PRINTSprints or black and FAMOUS ., Mr. and Mrs. Steve

.888 L 8 8 REG .ROACH-:'::: POMP MINUTSSNOMESSINCLUOiS.I INLET. REG 599 3 88 lIe *"d film printed develop PHOTO Futch Futch Mr.and and family Mrs. Terry of

WOODEN \ 1 19 -=""" BAGS DISCMARGCnose' CLIP TIES'' ,. ,y DAY TODAY AND EVERY OFFIR Jacksonville Futch, Jeff and Beach Karen, Ralph, of

REG. 1.39 v Black Mountain N.C. Mr.
and Mrs. Rolph Fachtmannand
3 daughter Carla Joy, of
COOLED VINYL Japan, gathered at the homeof
15x30 THE HIM their brother and sister In
EA*T... Futch and Eve of Starke, fora
CUSHION 99 SCMI When you PIck, family dinner Saturday.
up YOu Mrs. Hester Hicks
1 developed spent
t "'
i REG. 2.69 nuu pants. end Saturday to Tuesday with her
f REG. UMITID Kodac two' rolls 0' sister, Mrs. Cora Hodges In
9 CHAISE PAD ; or ble'k end Macclenny.Mrs. .
: 2.49 14 SUPPLY white him for the' Jimmy Hogan of
t REG. 199 / AND P'ce 0' one TODAY Jacksonville and daughter,
3.99 A I EVERYDAY Mrs. Fay Mann, and Jill of
Orange Park, spent Friday
with Mrs. Hester Hicks, Mrs.
Hogan's sister.and Mr. and
Mrs.Glen Shuford and family.

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Mrs. Howe Sold Sweets *
I to Youngstersn ; srIR'

\ Early Store at KingsleyLakeKingsley

Lake has been the Mr. and Mrs. Howe are I I
chief retreat to beat the heat pictured in a lakeside scene av.i.t. ,. $raf'

for residents of Starke and printed on a 1907 postcard, w f' .y,, ,,,
surrounding areas for the past mailed from Starke to Miss ie v, 'tin, / w f. I
100 years. Ethel Sternburg in Oil City, !
Pa. Miss Sternburg, the Mta'
Among the earliest settlers daughter of S.J. Sternburg, an
around the rim of this gem of early resident of Starke, later
Florida's Trail Ridge (called married Ralph Barber and .,
"Silver Dollar Lake" by continued to spend summersat
World War II flyers because of their place on Kingsley r 4
its perfectly round and Lake for many years. Their .1 .'t c \
glistening appearance from daughter, Mrs. Merritt, still
the air) were Mrs. Elizabeth occupies the cottage in the -
Howe and husband. summer season, and it was -
she who submitted this photofor s--.
The Howes were originally publication, along with '--"j( '
) "
Englandone of a several other early Starke 'p
number of English people who her ; -
inherited from ;
settled around the lake in the1870's i
mother. ,
and BO's to
oranges, grapes for grow wine- For many years the Howes e:' r -.- ). : ....". :
making, and other fruits that operated a small public t I --
thrived in the sandy soil. bathing beach at the lake, and _

many a Kingsley "old-timer" '' ap, lw II
remembers as a child buying I

chewing gum and peppermintstick + : WAt >F ... ,.1- + :;

d candy from the little .6.rIArIrIlT1RD .........-----.u.-rrT a..."k" s.1aQ''.. .... -..,. ...:;.-... ..."--" ..... yi ; we it f.'.4.. It it 'R
editorialThe I .. ---. "....,,............",", "
-- confectionary shop kept by contain some lumber and tall j
Mrs. Howe on the lake shore. glass windows which were "
I The open pavilion at right in brought across the lake on I'
Carter Record photograph was the scene of rafts from a church that once oreaK
Lowery volunteer rue' uepurimem memwrs issue a
many a family picnic, and
parties for the young people. stood In one of the early from readying Lawtey' newest fire truck purchased June 25 .
Among its attractions was an settlements (before the 1895 from the City of Jacksonville. In competitive bidding. \
old-fashioned barrel freeze) on the south side of the New! kawtey
One would hardly expect to find a Former Governor Lester Maddox, of ax hammock where those-stave whodidn't lake either The 1958 Ford cost J.026 and will pump 500 gallons of water !
( Lakeside
fame calls Mr. Carter or through four lwo-and-one-half-inch hoses. Lawtey will keep the
handle-swinging ,
vociferous Jimmy Carter opponent in care to swim could Lakeview). There
was old fire truck, which holds the same amount of water but is less
and declares that "no Fire True
the middle of Georgia's Okeefenokee "power grabber" snooze. another house on the Howe sophisticated than the newer quick response unit. I
Swampand in the person of a young governor has never cut administrativecosts In the mid-1920's the Howe property which also containedsome
student.guide who lives in Folkston but 50 per cent in this state or any property was purchased by of the old lumber. It has Members are ((1 l-r), front: Captain Russell Mlscally, Lt. Don
unusual experience on a other state..administration costs Flora BelleCady and has been sinc.been. remodelled! and is Brown. Rear, Assistant Chief James Waters Jim Bowman. Jim
that our
was II
the Cady family residence now the home of !Mr and !Mrs Sparks.
actually went about 70 cent.
the "Land of the Trembling up per
first trip to since that time. The original James Blackshejr. Mrs. r,
Earth" (and mosquitoes) last Friday. Georgians, with more impartial views, Howe home is now occupiedby Blackshear is the former
Bea Cady and said
is to
Beverly Cady.
If the outboard motor on a certain tour say that Mr. Carter was a striking Reach \VETERANS.',\1HS
boat hadn't conked out in the middle of innovator, who dived into executive Local Savings by

Cooter Lake we might never have had reorganization with energy not seen \\illiamS.IIaas
this experience since Governor Carter around the Atlanta statehouse in 40 Veterans Service Officer

staged an overwhelming victory in years. He shook up the budgeting County Agents By ** $3,195OOOInYear NOTICE: THE VETERANS!

Georgia's presidential primary, system, and reformed court procedureson ..' 1 SERVICE OFFICE WILL BE
garnering 84 per cent of the vote. But his own initiative- as for claims of Notebook Bobby ; (Special to the Telegraph) JULY CLOSED 26 THE WEEK OF

during the one.hour delay, (in 102 50 per cent savings"no one really Taylor
I"EW'OHK., June 19 Be- the The Vietnam Era Veterans
degree heat) before another tour boat knows. with $74 billion year
cause residents of Bradford before, when the rate of sav- Readjustment Act of 1974
came to our rescue, the subject turnedto In spite of this difference of opinion the Even though we are getting County accumulated a record ing was 7.5 percent provided for loans up to $600
a number of thingsincluding politics.As Monitor came up with these conclusions some afternoon thunder- periods it may be necessaryto amount of savings in the past per academic year for eligible
about Governor Carter in the areas of showers from time to time, a water during the heat of the year, they are in better financial The large nest egg of savings veterans to meet education
might be expected (most of them for day Water will cool the grass shape now than they have in the hands of local expenses These loans are in
being tourists from the North) honesty in government, reorganization, lawn watering is still program your and prevent damage. !been for some time. families represents a treasure addition to monthly stipends
very important
leadership, and judicial reform. However when daytime trove of additional spending paid to GI Bill students.
outnumbered Democrats often
Republicans practice. Irrigation is watering is not possible, water They salted away a greater power. When their confidence Principal factor in
about three to one, and the young HONESTY:' IN GOVERNMENT necessary on some lawns even whenever convenient Late proportion of their income in the stability of the present determining eligibility is the

college-student guide said he intended to Carter was blasted by opponents as during because water the rainy loss season the afternoon or early morning than normally putting muchof economic recovery returns comparison of "actual cost of
stay home on election day because he stubborn, ruthless, uncompromising, hot days is during water which keeps the grass tt into savings banks, savings and they decide the time is school attendance" to the
summer so great( and loan accounts. U.S.
couldn't for Carter wet for many hours longer right, this pent-up money student's "total financial
Jimmy or and "downright mean", But he enjoyedan A practical and economical than normal can be savings bonds and the like. could spark a big buying "
Gerald Ford. When asked the reason for apparently scandal-free watering program tells when detrimental. Extended resources.
how, and how much water wet A considerable of their surge. Applicants must be
he part
his anti-Carter sentiments, replied under intense
administration. Although
should periods encourages diseases enrolled at least half-time and
should be You
cash also
that his father was "in education" and he applied so water early enough the unspent went Just how much a family
public scrutiny for the last six years, wateryour lawn when the turfis in toward reducing their outstanding have sought a loan under the
Carter had done something or other that been accused of afternoon so that the grass saves or can save depends guaranteed student loan pro
( has never using public under stress from lack elf consumer debt, thus needs and
the teachers or ad rustra.torslQur( water."N !iIIlJb"i., will dry out several hours their financial upon Us income gram of the Higher EducationAct
office for personal gain.REORGANIZATION. improving
the has left after
before nightfall late( enoughin amount it
of 1965 Courses mustjoadto
I''0.'I"!I. still
attention was diverted by cruising I If you notice spots in (the the morning so that t the bility more. taking care of the essentials. a standard college-degree
alligator about that time) did not like. lawn which first turn a bluish- grass has had time to dry The amount of new money Those with or be at least six months
The Monitor attempted to determine gray color and then turn !before being irrigatedCORRECTION that, the Bradford County very small duration and lead to an
A is not without honor in incomes find it difficult to
prophet save whether 278 needed.If .
state agencies were brown water is population stowed away dur- identified and predetermined
save anything Families with
his own country" (or so the old saying actually abolished as Carter claims, or footprints remain in the ing the year in the various $7.500 left after taxes ha'l'been educational, professional or
goes) and it might be expected that at simply merged into 22 "super grass long after walked upon, types of savings came to an putting away about 3.5 vocational objective.

least a few Georgians would be at outs departments.. A top Carter aide has water is needed If the plant is estimated 3195000. percent, on average those Repayment of principal and
with Governor Carter in view of his responded to the merger charge by full of water, it will be In its July 15 article on Pat The finding is bed upon with $12,000( net. 74 percent interest is deferred until nine
Farnsworth accepting months after the student
governmental reorganization efforts stating that "dozens of agencies, traffic.resilient and withstand foot appointment( as the city national data gathered by the 8.6 and those ith $15.000. close to ceases half.time enrollment.

which quite likely cost some bureaucratstheir boards and bureaus were simply and accountant for Starke the \Federal Reserve Board the percent Currently the interest rate is
jobs, or at least had them shifted to completely abolished. Others were If a soil sample is taken in Telegraph \Farnsworthwent Conference Board and others In Bradford County, in line set at 8 percent Full paymentis
less But the root zone and it feels dry into business with and upon income and spending with the general findings the due within 10 years and nine
"cushy" positions. no man and .. .
totally completely merged. figures for each area of the
and crumbles, additional accountant Neil Tucker last amount saved came to an months There is no penalty
especially those who try to change the But from interviews with a number of water is needed September after becoming a country estimated $670 per family for prepayment.
status quo, can avoid making some certified public accountant. The reports show that, for based on average earnings in A 3 percent loan fee is deducted
enemies. officials it becomes apparent that the In prolonged dry periods of Farnsworth, I In fact. the United States as a whole, the local area in the past year from the face amountof
Carter plan did bring savings in certain high temperatures and strong purchased Mr. Tucker's personal savings during the the loan to provide a fund to
winds all of the
This is not to infer that Governor areas, and did instill some state workers symptons may be preceding seen: business last September. past year amounted to nearly insure against defaults which
Carter is perfect. A notebook listing the with new "espirit de corps" with its During these periods, plants $91) billion, or about 8.3 percent are recovered in the same
The Telegraph apologizesfor of "The best is the manner as other debts due the
disposable income best
names of men who are in this class would emphasis on delivery of service. may lose water faster than it guesser
the U.S. Government.
errors. after taxes. This prophet Greek Proverb
contain a lot of blank pages. But a seriesof is absorbed and will wilt. compares

articles currently running in "The JUDICIAL REFORMThe With a little experience you ..1 '1- N./ .
--- ---
Christian Science Monitor," the Monitor credits Carter with can tell when it is time to ; !-_ 'tUB13I1U13- 4 _
prestigious newspaper that has deserving more praise than he receivedfor water. Watering in this

conducted an exhaustive investigation in bringing about Georgia's judicial manner is called an "as

an effort to find out the truth about reform. Before the end of the term, needed" program. This is _
perhaps the most economical (] ( ( aano1Qao (
Jimmy Carter. The paper's conclusion is Carter had fostered a series of laws that way to water but you must

that although Carter might have made eventually took Georgia's poorly water when needed and not ata

administration some exaggerated, (a failing claims that about most his or organized unified and courts efficient and system.put them In addition into a, permanent lawn later! time damage Delay will to cause the (] 13 (] ? QE OLLJLoom( ( (! ( E13UIlJ(! (]

all) men running for public office seem to the Governor, on his own initiative,

share, his overall effort left Georgia in changed the method of selecting judges.By The amount of water to

much better shape than it was in pre- executive order, he set up a ten apply at any one time varies
Carter days.In member selection commission to screen with how much water is

potential judges, and when the present to begin with of the the Friday Night
\\ater-holdmg capacity
doing the leg work on Carter'srecord commission made its recommendations. soil and drainage The idea is

the Monitor concluded there Carter abided by them. His judicial to wet the entire root zone but
were three versions of the Governor'sbrief reforms have carried forward into the not saturate the soil

but meteoric, record as a current administration and are :Most of our soils are sandy i Book's Close 5 P.M. Saturday
campaigner and officeholder Jimmy considered among his most outstanding and hold about 'x inch of *_ ....
Carter version, the Lester Maddox achievements.All available water in the top 6 ,
version, an the so-called: "neutral" inches of soil If the root zone 1. For The Convenience Of Bradford Citizens
version, from unbiased Georgians who of the attention now being given to ((top inches)were dry, about
is or inch of water is required to
depicted his record as controversial, Mr. Carter's record as Governor this Thisis
thoroughly area.
The Elections Office In The Courthouse Will
innovative, and progressive but with warranted by the fact that it can be one more than 300 gallons of

the actual dollar savings in state of the best clues to his possible water for each 1,000 square
performance as President of the United feet of lawnA Until *
government difficult to pin down. Remain Open Midnight Fridayi July 23
States. Although not perfect, nothing general rule often used in

Carter has barnstormed the revealed by the research has given this area is to apply from I 2 to

for 17 months with the message country that he reason to think that Mr. Carter is not I inch of water one or two 2. Coffee And Donuts Will Be Served.
knew the capable of filling the office, and will do so times per week in summer Of
secret efficient, effective course all soils are not the
government. His official campaign in a creditable manner if elected to it. same, so you will have to

brochure claims to have abolished all but back decades adjust the amount of water to
Thinking over recent we 3. All Candidates Are Invited To
to lawn
apply your particular
22 of the state's 300 agencies and fail to recall any President who did not

bureaus, setting a simple that make few mistakes Water should
up system a while occupyingthe never be
cut administrative costs by 50 per cent. White House. Perhaps we should not applied at a rate faster than it Drop By And Meet With New Voters.
He promises to apply the same cost demand absolute perfection of Mr. can be absorbed by the SOIl. If '*t
sprinkler applies too much .
cutting techniques in Washington. Carter either.Qrilijjf. water it only runs-olf and is

!being wasted This seldom
happens with small sprinklers Come Register To Vote

cRID,4 cosh the unless soil the compacted.turf is very thick or

4 rY

O MEA4tA"'s aycd : q shallow Light inefficient Excessive Avoid, frequent extremes root irrigation and waterings in system produce water.which are Your Vote Is Your VoiceInAmerica *

rioe BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER keeps the root zone saturatedwith
Publishers water Is also harmful to
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla, under the grass Hoots need air to
Actof March 3, 1879 function and too much water
Subscription rate in trade area: $7 per year: $4 six months. kills or greatly decreases root 1 1t
Outside trade area:*8 per year: $4.SO six months growth.
Phone 964 6305 Starke, Fla.
important Time to water During Is also dry --t( == >f- : t

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July 22, 1976 TELEGRAPH Page 11

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ew Supermarket Opens Sunday In Keystone Hts. 15 Candidates Qualify ) I IV.L.

|This Sunday, July 25, at the store called for a July 1 Saturday.Cook Due to the larger storage which he still operates and Starling, a native of
Boon, a totally new and deadline, but due to last feels the Influx of Bradford County qualified
'' some space and display area, Cook then five months later In 1974
[Inviting} marketing adventure Monday, July 12, as a
minute details on plans and people to the rural area and will be able to offer better purchased the Keystone store ,w
Will open for Keystone and corrections that had to be the Increasing construction bargains and longer specialsto from Al Watson, who was in candidate for the County r
[tree residents with the made, the opening was and growth in the lake region his consumers. business some 36 years. I Commission, District 1,
[opening of the new supermarket postponed until the end of warranted the larger The larger merchandisingarea Cook,28 and his wife, Susan, Starling, 52, is a newcomerto
I ,Cook's county politics, making his
Pantry which July shopping facility in Keystone. will also offer to make their home on Lake
I has been under construction According to owner, David 9,706 new electrical hook Keystone residents more Geneva with plans for I initial attempt at public office
""Ince the first ot In" ,-.? Cook, the hours within mile i in the upcoming District 1
n* same Sunday ups a seven radiusof variety not available to them building their own home in the
"I've seen no other store now in operation in the old Keystone within the last before. Another added near future.DeweylIcKinney. (Lawtey) commissioner'srace.
at will come up to the store located on Lawrence year substantiate this along attraction of the new store will .Upon qualifying Starling
('quality of this one," said Blvd. will continue from noon with his survey of SO new be one -stop delicatessen and said, if elected he would serve r I
Ernest Triest, contractor for until 6 p.m. but weekly hours homes under construction bakery shopping. "with the interest of the
f the 20,000 sq. ft. construction of operation will be within three miles of Another feature offered in people and" Bradford Countyat "1 ,
lengthened from 8 a.m. to 9p.m. Keystone. heart. \, '
is checkout
b.Completion the design seven
and opening of ., Monday through It has been predicted in lanes, one of which will be an QA Fruit Starling Growers is employed by the ''' .1'' I
national magazines that there 'p
express lane, which will )q
of Jacksonville. His -
will be within Company .,,<
H HH B VIH _B HHH M HBfearltinq the next ten eliminate long waiting lines duties with the Jacksonvillefirm (
years, a larger growth in experienced in the old store. Jimmy Alvarez include mechanical !"' .. I Ik
JLot urban areas than ever before Check out counters are ,
< of people between the ages of designed in such a way that ... ._ ...'. >
18 to 49.This patrons will not have to unload Jimmy Alvarez,23, a nativeof -- -
Dog' Grooming & new facility is designedto their own groceries. This will Bradford County has Gene Long
: take care of the increased be done by cashiers who will qualified for election to the
Bathing; population trend in this north bag the merchandise as they county's property appraiserpost.
central part of Florida. take it out of the shopping J County Property AppraiserGene
All Breeds The colorful and decorative baskets. Long, who has served in

I decor of the interior in Cook has pointed out that Alvarez, a senior at the that position since 1953, has
404 W Madison St. Starke addition to added and more even with the cost of the University of Florida ., / r qualified for re-election.
Closed convenient parking facilities facility he will still be able to majoring in agriculture Ar Long, 55, qualified for reelection -
Call For Appointment Sun. & Mon' than previously offered in the offer bargain prices and education and food and to the post he has held
964-5221 (Next To Piggly Wiggly, old store, is sure to draw continue to be competitivewith resource economics, qualifiedfor for the past 24-years on July 6.
3/18-8/10 business from many of the out other area super- the property appraiser W. "Since my election in 1953,
lying areas. markets.In position last Friday afternoon, and in the future, my primary
the design, with the July 16.Upon. objective is to achieve equityin
newest air and all appraisals in Bradford
AI Painter conditioning
Says: Cook : County," Long said upon
heating system pointedout
"During July I Can that electrical costs will be said, "County government qualifying.
cut in by 50 percent. Dewey Buford McKinney, can only be as close to the Long's professional
This is to be done with the Starke Elementary School people as the officials to the qualifications for the property
Make You A Deal installation of a Frederick candidate qualified July 6 as a county." appraiser position include
.: on Jumbo pack, the first of its for the office of "The taxpayers of this completion of sixteen 40-hour
/r'' t nY4 kind in operation in the stateof Bradford County county are entitled to an courses in the various
Florida. Superintendent of Schools. avenue through which they appraisal procedures, which
Hahn Riders YouCan't Storage space of 1,600 sq. ft. McKinney, 33, a native of can ask questions and get V.L. Starling have qualified him as a
will enable him to obtain Bradford County, says that if answers concerning their Certified Florida Appraiser.This .
better deals from his elected he will favor: taxes.The property appraiser refrigeration, steel work and certification entitles
community involvement; should provide these answers welding. he was formerly Long to his membership in the
suppliers, enabling him to
Turn Down! on these bargains to his strict discipline in all schools; and that Is my intention if employed by Dave Paulk in Professional Appraiser's
consumers for longer periodsof programs to meet the needs of elected," he said. Starke, and is experienced in Association of Florida. lie is
time. all children; and sound, Alvarez served as state road building and land also a member of the (Florida

Dealer Challenge Sale The new facility has also responsible and practical of the Future clearing. Appraiser's Association and
nowgongo atFbndaan Georgia Hahn dealers, The Hahn LTD-SOC. provided this urban actions concerning budgetary farmers of America in 1972 Starling is a member of the the International Associationof
With, new factory allowances and,incentive, community with more matters, all of which he feels while he was employed by Pine Level Baptist Church, Assessing Officers.He .
dealers are ottering sensational savings during July The I Winner In the TVon employment opportunities.Cook are important items. He Doyle Conner in the and a veteran of WW II. is a native of Bradford
all Hahn rider models. stated his operation will would also give reading, Information Services Divisionof He is the father of four and County and a veteran of World
Value I Showdown- currently resides in Lawtey on War II.
employ around 50 to 55 writing and arithmetic the Florida Department of
employees, some new with priority status in the county's Agriculture. SR-125.
schools.A In 1973 he participated in an
from his old
.4.. finestrider-mower you can buy. grocery carryover store. 1961 graduate of Bradford agricultural exchange Roycejoyner I

Labor cost will be cut due to High and the recipient of the program in which he studied _
Compare these quality features the new merchandise first four-year scholarship British agricultural methods Royce R. Joyner, 41,
unloading methods at the new loan awarded by the Starke while living on farms In
Auto-type geared steenng qualified Monday July 19, as
Floating(front axle for comfortable ride Cutler store. What previously took Rotary Club, McKinney says England, Scotland and Wales. a candidate for the Bradford
e housing stays level on rough ground for six employees to do will now he is against: classrooms The following year Alvarezwas County School Board, District
smooth,even cut. only take two men to do and without walls; social national vice-president of 4.
Sealed trans-axle geardrtvo-so tough fewer hours. promotions, and the awardingof the Future Farmers of Joyner, a resident of
it's. warranted two lull yearsChooseThp.ZSn An alarm system and thestore's high school diplomas to America's'' 10-state Southern Hampton for the past 15 years,
.cut8 10fip.30m own generator, in case students who can not region. will be making his first
.cut,or B to 10 h p., read and to his
of power failure, will also cut adequately write. Prior announcing attempt in seeking public
el 36-to cut. (Manual or elect McKinney he will also, candidacy for county property
3' merchandise loss risk down to says office in the upcoming District
start a bare minimum. "work diligently to prevent a appraiser, Alvarez was 4 School Board race. ..
Hahn Rider Exterior design of brick will repetition of some of the employed by the Florida State A certified building to-.. \ 4
prices poorly planned school Prison at Raiford.He .
also cut maintenance and contractor, Joyner says he f
start at upkeep figures. According to construction programs of the is a member of the feels his experience in
Cook, all these advantageswill recent past which have Northside Baptist Church construction would be
go toward reducing retail resulted in flooding of school where he serves as music beneficial to the board. .,\ ;
(alma yuD) -sooI prices to the consumers. buildings and expensive director. "I believe. I can be of s
p shown w/optional catcher
CMn.1.w. grass Cook during his business heating and air conditioning Alvarez is the son of Mr. and .significant'value on. I1e'Scl'lbolBoard ( .4; '
career, has gone from an equipment" not working Mrs. Harold Alvarez of as ue are in building; ..,.;;
In today-make us an offer-WE WON'T LET YOU WALK AWAYI! ambulance and medical properly. Brownlee Road in Bradford programs and have a lot of ...
supply dealer, to restaurant, Following his graduationfrom County. buildings and various
AT to the grocery business.He Bradford High, equipment to maintain" 1.construction. ./
AL'S SMALL ENGINE also holds a degree in McKinney continued his Joyner said in announcing his
accounting from the studies at the University of candidacy. I of l the Marjorie
of Florida.He Florida,earning his bachelors My Neighbors Kennan i\tlings! Elementary
Highway 21 Middleburg 320 N. Temple St., Starke University Joyner's construction
first purchased a degree 1965 and his masters experience I I Includes School Aldchud County

282.5716 AndPamc-pafngLPC.... 964-5826 grocery store in Reddick, degree in 1968. apartment complex and
His work experience since hospital building. He was Joyner is active in 4II,
graduation from the Future Farmers of America
general supervisor during
University of Florida has construction of the Nassau and the Bradford County Fair
included: 27 months of active Convalescent Center in Association", lie has served as
ElectVernon" military duty in the Army Fernandina, the (Flagler a 4.11 leader in the local area
Adjutant Generals corps as a Village Apartments in St for the past", ",Ix-}I'ars. Jojner
'1 lieutenant; one year as a Augustine and the !Marion is also a member of the
teacher and coach at Bradford Manor Apartments in Oca la. Cattlemen's Association.
High; four-years as an Joyner and hisife..
elementary physical Joyner was construction Carolyn. have lour sons, threeof
education teacher in Bradford superintendent cf Bradford whom presently attend
County, and five years as a County High School's! Athletic public school: in Bradford

1 principal in the Bradford Building while employed by County They are: Mark. 17Gene ,
PARMENTER County school system. He the Triest Construction IV; and Jimmy. 10 Thl'couple's
served as principal at Brooker
-<+ Company of Kesytone Heights fourth son, Kandy. 18,
Elementary for two years and in the mid lUOU's. He was! the graduated this past year
was principal at Southside superintendent for the Arnold Jo>'nor is veteran, hating
School Board Member J j Elementary for three years. "Stress and tension .stress and Wright Construction "served, eight years with the
McKinney is married and is and tension and other troublestoo Company of Gainesville I'.S. :Navy in both Korea and
the father of three children.He *'
mention '
District 4 numerous to during that firm's
is a member of the Starke
First Baptist Church and the ..... __ _>-4o _p ........_ >--44 __ ---- .
Starke Civitan Club.
His parents, Mr. and Mrs. SYMPATHY UNDERSTANDING

A Candidate Truly Interested In Quality reside Buford in E.Starke.McKinney, also

"' Is What You Get From

Education For Every Child In Bradford BrooherNatire r t .4 DeWitt C. Jones

A(I in ;in;is t rat or Funeral Home.
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For St. Vincent's; We Are An Old Established

At The Of North Florida In John D. Davis, originally of Firm Very Experienced In
Vernon Is A Senior University Majoring Brooker, has joined

Birmingham, Alabama's St. Assisting Bereaved
Accounting. Vincent's Hospital as
associate administrator.In Families Through This Time

He 11 as Worked In Various Segments Of Business In Management S. 1964 degree, Davis in received Sociology-hisB Of Sadness By Making All The

Industrial Arts from Florida
Capacity. Southern College in Lakeland Necessary Arrangements For
Following that he did

Past President Hampton Elementary PTA education postgraduate administration studies in higher at Service.We .

Indiana University.In 1973, he Can Help You Make Advance Funeral

Of Bradford received his Master's degree
Native County health care Arrangements And Limit Cost.
administration at Xavier

:Married With 2 Children University In Cincinnati, Ohio, Now Would Be A Good Time To Visit
and completed a one-year
residency with the Greenville DeWitt .Jones And His Professional Staff To

Member Of First Baptist Church Of Starke. Carolina Hospital in system 1973. in South Acquaint Yourself With The Services They Offer

Beginning in June 1968; ,

Candidate Of His Own Choice. .a Davis Jackson assistant acted Memorial for as three administrative Hospital years at in DeWitt C. Jones

Miami. From September 1973to

He Does Not Represent Any Special Interest Group assistant August administrator 1974, he was at Funeral HomePhone

Shands Teaching Hospital in

Let's Bring Quality Education Back To Our Schools. following Gainesville.that, Davis Immediately held the For Appointment Or Drop By Our Office

same position for Winter
Haven Hospital in Winter Starke Keystone Heights

Haven, Florida.
Davis' immediate family 964-6200 473-3176
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Is Qualified Honest & Concerned Futch.Eugene married and and Crosby.Is a the great-uncle Davis father of is Are Big Enough To Serve You And Small Enough To Know You

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COMMUNITY -------------. Bid On
NEWS Hampton Lets Pump .

Dell Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. ........___ ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER real Christian Missionary The Hampton City Council September drainage at the city's Bertha McIntosh request thata
Chapter 168 OES will L her be
old Its '-IIU1'cn.Church. Antioch Baptist Church from SL Petersburg, Fla. voted to accept high bidder -Unanimously passed an recreation park. The council road on property
Thursday at regular 8:00 meeting of God In Unity Rev Dennis Strongs, pastor. who Is dedicated to the work of, Durrance Pump and Supply of ordinance changing the term passed a motion made by closed because of
: p.m in the Elder D.R Starke to provide the with of the and to a culvert disturbances. Taylor
Hall Williams Pastor. Weekly activities: Thursday the lord. She also holds office city of office Taylor purchase
asonlc on Brownlee Citr.clerk road
Service activities as follows: night Prayer meeting. Sunday In many organizations. a well at the city's recreation council to to Improve drainage on suggested that since the
treet.All members are asked Weekly services Prayer and services will begin with You are invited to attend all park during the regular two years.Responded. Plneland Boulevard near the was on her property, she could
o please be present for this Pastorlal monthly meeting July 13. to "close It by putting a railroad
Teaching Friday at Sunday School at 10:00: a.m.. services. a question park
_;Very Important activity 7:30: pm. Sunday services will morning worship at 11 a.m. Ebenezer and New Bethel The Durrance bid amounted by Bill Summers about poor -lleard Hampton resident tie across it."

CHURCH begin with Sunday School at At 3 p.m. the Choir Union will Baptist Church, Rev. Leroy to about$2.000. $45 more than
NEWS 9:30: a.m. Morning Worship at be held at Putnam Hal) Davis, pastor Service the only other bid, submitted
Church Great Allen Rev. Chapel H.G. Heastle A.M.E. 11::30. The message will be Evening Worship at 7 p.m. schedule as follows: Weekly by Myers Well Drilling of Hampton Budget Up Despite Less Federal Funds I

Service delivered by Eider D.R The public Is Invited to attend services will begin Tuesday Gainesville., and did not
Pastor. activities
follows: The State Tri Started as Williams. Y.P.W.W. at 6:30: all services. night with Prayer Meeting. Include a pump house 01' HAMPTON A $28,1183 bud- ance. The mayor draws $420 fire protection for surrounding -
Monday in Jacksonville with the President Sister Jillie The First Born Church IIf Thursday night Bible Class switch box.When get proposal for fiscal 1976-77 per year, the clerk $2,100, and areas making a total 01
19-23. Delegates to the ,State July Thomas In charge. Bible Band the Living God, Elder S.V Sunday services will conclude asked by water was hammered out for the all five council members $&.650. The county money hi
Tri are Ranee Johnson and Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. with the 'Cohens, Pastor. The First with Sunday School at 9:45: system owner Arthur Bruno City of Hampton in a three- $1,500, or $300 each. $1,500 is not run through the city budget .
Juratha Morris. Sister Daisey Jones, president Born Church schedule of why the high bid should be hour session Tuesday night. included for maintenance of however; therefore it is
Workers will TheMissionary's be In charge. The public Is weekly services as follows: a.m.New Bethel activity began accepted, Councilman Gene The proposed budget Is up the city hall, and $2.000 for not Included.
attending Thursday and cordially Invited to worship Tuesday night at 7:45: p.m. with Vacation Bible School Taylor said that Durrance some $1,800 over the $26.820 alterations and improvements $400 Is Included for recreation ;
Friday. with us. Wednesday night prayer service. Friday night Monday night through Friday, "did good work" and that the spending bill for the fiscal to the city hall, and $888 for funds with the county also
Sunday services will Elder Small of Gainesville at 7:30: tarrying service. hours from 4:30: p.m. to 8p.m. council should award the year which ends this September the county to handle its zoning augmenting that.
with Sunday School at begin spoke. Thursday, July 22 Sunday services will begin Saturday at 7:30: p.m. New contract to a firm located In 30, although the town matters.A $7.291 is budgeted I for the
a.m. Morning Worship at 9:45: Elder McCloud of Waldo will with Sunday School atlO:30. Bethel there will be a Musical the county.No will receive less state and federal new porch Is currently streets including $2.8tlll) for
a.m. At 3 all members 11 preach Friday night Rev. Morning Worship at 11:30am : ( Festival. Everyone Is Invited.St. bids were received by revenue sharing funds being added to the city hall out street light costs $2.2411 for
are asked p.m to attend the Davis and congregation will 6 p.m. Y.P.C.W and John Missionary Baptist the council on trash pickup this coming year, said Clerk of the current budget. The labor and truck expenses $11110
Hour render service from Evening services at 7:45: p.m. Church, Lawtey Fla. Rev. service, and the councilmen Mary Allen. council wants to move a door for material and supplies. The
Fellowship at Mt.Morlah .
United Methodist Ebenezer. Saturday night will Greater Bethlehem Willie Huffman, pastor. voted to continue city trash Budget Committee Chair- in the city hall from the west $5.Wllln motor rue taxes the
be Talent night. Freewill Baptist Church, Rev. Weekly service as follows: pickup service until the city man Gene Taylor led the committee to the east side. There Is no city receives as part of its
Jasper WIlliams, pastor. Monday, 12 a.m. prayer band takes bids again In October. of Council members room to put steps on the street $17.713 in state revenue shar-
Service activities as follows: meeting. Wednesday bible Also discussed at the side. main-
A.C. (Buck) Dennison and ing goes into the street
Consecration will continue class and prayer meeting at 6 regular meeting were repairs Evelyn Vaughn and Mrs n,500 Is Included In the new tenance costs, then the city
this week with Evangelist p.m. andThursdayat6p.mis needed by Hampton City Hall. Allen Council Chairman Tom spending bill for garbage and makes up the rest of the $7,2H!
Willie Hampton In charge. Junior Choir rehearsal. At Taylor suggested that the east Curtis sat In on the meeting. trash pickup. from its general fund
See SwilzertanJ Sunday Is the terminating of 7:30: p.m. Is adult choir doorway be closed and The proposal calls for The police budget totals The proposed spending bill

the Annual women's day rehearsal. Friday, July 23, replaced by a new entrance on income totaling $28,683, $&.197, including $2.400 for the will be submitted to City Auditor .
cClebration. and business meeting. the west side with concrete marshal's salary, $500 for
including $17,713 in state reve- gas Pat Farnsworth for
& .!Jla4 Sunday services will begin Sunday, July 25, Women's steps and pipe railing. He nue sharing funds, $2,500 utility and oil, $1,000 for repair and \'al. then to the full city appro-coun-
with Sunday School at 9:30: Day will be observed all day added I that the outside of the taxes 53.200 from Florida maintenance of the police car cil for final approval.

OCT 8-23 19711 a.m. with guest Sunday School Chairman Is Sister Sadie Lee building should be painted Power & Light utility pole and $260 for telephone. .'............................
teachers in charge. Morning Clarke.St. along with the storage franchise tax, $750 in federal The fire department budget Who overcomes by force
16 Adventure filled days Worship at 11:00: a.m. The John and Philadelphia building. The council passedTaylor's revenue sharing funds, plus includes $650 from city funds. hath overcome but half his
speaker will be Mrs. Doris Baptist Churches are holding motion unanimously.In other miscellaneous Items. Plans are to spend the $4.000 foe

$824 Price Includes round trop fare on PanAm jet land transportation Heastle, member of Greater a joint revival at Philadelphia other action the council: Expenditures, on the other the county gives the town for -Joh" Milton
-P ssed ordinance read
Allen Chapel Church, Starke. Baptist Church. Rev 11. an
1st Class hotel accommodations breakfast hand, total $22.147. leaving the srood
guided tours taxes elc. Vou'll fly direct from Jacksonville. Dinner will be served at 12:30: Samuel of Jacksonville began by 'Attorney Richard Welty town around $6,400 In uncommitted -
to Milan SI. Moritz Venice Rome and Florence pm. The serving choir will be preaching Monday night chan ing the date that city funds.

from Gilgal Baptist Church Services begin nightly at 8p.m. officials take office. after The general fund totals
election. Newly elected
Ether, Fla. the -
$12.948, biggest expenditure
The closing service for the Philadelphia Baptist officers will assume office on Satin ,
VIA: WANDERLUST TRAVEL INC. being $3.000 for insur.A
day will be at 3 p.m. with Rev. Church, Rev. W.G. Mayberry, the second Tuesday of
355t ST JOHNS AVENUE G.G McAuthor from St. pastor. The church

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32205 Augustine, Fla. and anniversary will begin Friday
((904)) 384-2251 OR 388-4644 congregation. There will be night with Rev Alphonia
two choirs to render song Jenkins and his congregation '

.........................eee................................ service. Everyone Is Invited to from Melrose rendering
attend. service. Sunday August 1. pJis"all DINE I J 1
I HAVE THE WANDERLUST SEND DETAILS'' The True Church 01 God In Sunday school at 10 a.m. ,
Unity, Elder Sampson White, Morning service at 11 and .uaGIOIII
NAME pastor Service activity: The Rev.L.A. Pelham will preach, DANCE
pastor's anniversary started at 3 p.m. Rev. W. Don Pelham "A Truly Pro f esaional Operation""J1'here' I
ADDRESS Monday night. The speaker will preach. The public is Takes Live
for Tuesday night was Mrs invited Beauty Shape" i -

CITY STATE ZIP Mary Murphy Lee of Starke Pleasant Grove and Mt. PRUNING DE-MOSSING BRACING Entertainment \ t
The activity will be In 1\Ioriah United Methodist
r. CABLING Wed, Fri Sat, a Sun. At The
............................................................ progress through Sunday. Parish Rev Willie Stitt, I It7elroie
Sunday services will begin pastor. TREE FEEDING CAVITY REPAIRS

'Plus $1500 membership. fee .in the Arts Assembly with Sunday School at 10 a.m. Pleasant Grove weekly TREE REMOVAL
The speaker for 11 a.m. will be services began with the Young J fREE ESTW 4 rES STUMP SJi
Sister Dorothea D. Miller, a Adult Choir rehearsing each liE no OL'R GR V
first and second Monday at OI1'"JJ.'CI'G ( a [
7:30: p.m. Tuesday the young COMPLETE 376.1766 t lv r JfarRestaurdnt
junior choir rehearses at 8
p.m. Thursday night bible INSURANCE or 372.9538 & Lounge
study Friday Is ushers COVERAGE
anniversary 8 p.m. Sunday Ask Us..1 GAINESVillE 2025 N.W 6th St. Hwy 21 Melrose 475.9474tsrneusNto

services will conclude with
Sunday School.

dQ you knOW.. services Mt. : Morlah Prayer Meeting weekly is. \
ua Your Brand Name
,.vI held each- Tuesday night, : ; Headquarters !
BadC' 66
Rehearsal for choir No.
Wednesday night before the I ..... ."...."... ..".... 1/ ... 414.'t ,... .. tar .I, Nq .. .., N.In I. ti,. ,..nlINN uni, .... ,s.s, "0'. w Pr en. .

how to double third unday. Rehearsal,
choir No. 2 Tuesday nIght .t
before the third Sunday
Sunday school will begin 1
services Sunday.at 9:30: a.m. WAREHOUSE
The Fellowship Hour Is at 3

phone power p.m. The message will be
your delivered by Rev Nelson
Pastor of Mt. Nebo South

Starke.Mt. .

Does your phone stop ringing before you get Rev.. Richard Zion A.I\i.E.Bethel,Church pastor. 1 r 1 ,

there to answer? Maybe you need a closer Service Friday,activity July 23.as will follows be the:

phone to save you time, energy and money or beginning of the first ICI ((0)) 1 I.I i

anniversary of the Junior i : y ( ) ,t
to give you the convenience, security and Choir at 8 p.m Sunday -
services will with ,
privacy you want. Whether farm business or Sunday School at begin 10 a.m. At II (R'' ''J + ,s.I--- ti 9645289.lA1 .

family home an economical extension phone will a.m.be morning furnished worship.by the Music choir

service and doubles phone from Melbourne, Florida The : Walnut S
adds extra your morning speaker will be Elder ,
Huise.At3 there will be PORCH AND PATIOFURNITURE *'a'a S Starkek.r"'m
power. Telephone service continues to be a p.m. a
musical program. Everyone r
bargain. Helping you with extra conveniences is Invited to enjoy the events .__ -- \ti (A) Porch I..k., I ?
i '--r ,,02'.' $44.95 I{
,1 .. 1'x, (III) Jumbo Perch Rodk rIAI
of Continental's job, ,
important part
Mrs. Aretha Austin and a.1.r,,' ''d sonh $59.95 r-'?) t a ..Ip
granddaughter, La Tara
a a Chains I 4

c.\T:: Continental Telephone System friends vacation Hendreith In with Rochester spent relatives N.Y their and dY!', ,.:yr b. s ;{'a '1w'p (a) Porch ton, Rocks$34.95 r yT -' lea'r

An Equal Opportunity Employer 1 ,p a Ip $ f 5 ,.w
n 7 % I21sI $29,95 l (E)

Sewing ClassesResunletl !! r t ( 'fr

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-- ------- will continue "
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-=-=' Those who missed the first (C) t
class are welcome to join
tonight. Gloria Holmes is the ,
irutructor.--and there will be a .
$10 fee charged to those who

have not taken the classes .
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In Hampton (A) LEI) A.k About... ,. .. .. .... $ /ylC7
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Parking Lot """ elrtte J...edeatscI COn.n T ::....I w._hMN... hN ."..Ina...'. ...'k :..-.4:.= .0.4...", Comp.n ot S69.95

Out'doo' ."; U'fllitU'fe' 4 R :. c -;:AaCA ..;... _. ....,,' .

Sean Edward Davis a two ( ) 'oldlng (lo) Folding .....T....: ...".:..: .. -, "y ;}"
nlne-month.old Choi.,2"LI: $24.98 S.I/.i2/00i, ) -. 'ft .- f :;'Io :' "!
year $24.984'oldma .... .. .
1s( ) Pehe Snack ( ) ''. .....r-r.; ; 4"1''"
youngster from Hampton Yobl.,3ml, $ 3.48(5) .ock.2.$14.98 !""r'\I" i'ioo'I': + {' '
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killed 14 when he was .1 .... Ir" .
July ICI) 'oldng Ho.t..C.rt ..' '." ,r. ""'.;: ;:, .. .
accidentally run over lot by ofWater's a Choi,2..CI: $1 1.90 Ner Sho.. 1400', $12.88 F "fP'ff:k { :i :.1 ," '''.:. .'.,,:...,..... .I ..,';;'1't4'.'.
truck In the parking t i' r.. ir ,' ,II' 'wETAL .
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Grocery in Hampton. W' '_;fIIf' '' T._
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According to the Highway .:' ..,"..'. ",.of,., .. A .'
Patrol report, James It 'to 1'1 ) .,-!' frlr.1. : ) : .
of La\\tey i-1 ., .., __ :11'C-' ..I '
Chamberlain 18.
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his truck to ,,,: \o/t- '" .
was backing up ; ': ., I''O. n'iI
leave the store. He did not see 2 'i- \1; :. '. i "
the Davis child run and slip in .' \ .... \ : ,,\ t.J \".. \
front of the truck as he began '. .." "';.I; t -
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to pull forward. -.. I ,, 41' ; .o: :. .' i '. ."" ..
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The child who II ot \ 'II' ,... ...' j;,,
celebrated his third birthday SWING .o,; .!} + :.;. jN't< : : ,,; a ..t..M.4.PIECE ( .
In October, was pronounced ::
dead at the Bradford County and STAND SUN DECKER GROUP ?'T.2
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Hospital after Chamberlain r1..wr.I,. / I.. i. wrr i ... Amt Ch.l1 i
rushed him there in his truck. I 1 t \ w.eld,.h V 7 I.1.I..d: :::,:.I,...swd. .:.=.1_-MNNN r w. dwNi": .ckln 9N..1 Ch.l
-- -_ Davis Is Bradford County'S #,.nl,. Comper.ut $19.95 ..d ._I..wn..r. C.H.. r..1.. C.r..t 1119.9SJILLI
first traffic fatality this year

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LEGALSIN OBITUARIESMrs. Charles Bin lock ;: I

Licensed As You can make 8 delicious side dish by chopping leftover lima beans and mixing them

THE CIRCUIT COURT Guy Sean Davis! 2 with com, peas, fresh carrots and red ish".. Add a little French or Russian dressing or
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Baptist Preacher tour cream and season with herbs.

FLORIDA IN AND FOR Mrs. Hazel Gay.. 61, of Sean E. Davis, of Hampton,
BRADFORD COUNTY r Starke widow of Adolph Gay, age two years, nine months, The Madison Street Baptist
The Steak Man Has Gone To TheThursday
died suddenly Monday was killed July 14 in Hampton Church licensed Edward
CIVIL ACTION evening July 19. when he was struck by a truck Charles Edward Blalock, Jr.

CASE No. 76-201 She was born in Live Oak, backing out of a driveway. He to the ministry to preach the
Jars: Florida, and had lived in was born in Gainesville on gospel at the evening service

MARIA ELIZABETH e,t .rUtCQ.Q Starke for the past 42 years. October 6, 1 1973.Surviving! Sunday night.
GUTIEPREZ AVILA a minor By: She and Mr. Gay operated is his father. A large representation
MARIA MARON WALLACE Gay's Home Appliances in George Davis of Orlando, his attended the service from the

Starke for many years. She mother Cheryl II. Davis of New Oak Grove Baptist 3

NOTICE OF SUIT was a member of the Madison (Hampton ; paternal Church West of Alachua

NO PROPERTYTO Sunday School 9:45: ; Street Baptist Church. grandparents, Mr. md Mrs where Mr. Blalock is interim

Morning Worship at 11 ; Surviving are two George E. Davis of Hampton ; pastor.
: Senaida Avila, Address church Training. Leadership!p daughters Mrs. Pauline and maternal grandfather. Rev. Blalock presented the

Unknown & Presidents del Training, 6:15: ; Evening Tanner and Mrs. Geraldine Howard Hessig of Louisville evening service and a chargewas r.-

Tribunal Tutelar de Menores. La Worship, 7:30Monday..Youth: Lewis, both of Starke; a Kentucky brought to him and his
Paz, Bolivia, South America. Choir 7 7 sister, Mrs. Gladys Garrett of Graveside funeral services church by Rev. Charles
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthan Jacksonville, and fourt were held July 17 in Hampton Swartz, pastor of the Madison

an action for Adoption has p.m.Wednesday- Family Nigh grandchildren. Cemetery with !Mr. Timolhry Street church.

been filed against you and you Supper, 6:15: ; Sunday Schoo'1 Funeral services were held Snyder officiating DeWitt C During the service Mr. and

are required to serve a copy: of Workers Meeting, GA'sRA's i", July 21 in the DeWitt C. Jones Jones Funeral Home of Starke Mrs. Blalock sang several .,I.,
your written defenses, if any to Acteens World Friends and Chapel with Rev. Charles R. was in charge of services selections. His father Charles -

it, on the the plaintiffs attorney Mission Friends, 6:45.Hour: of f Swartz, Jr., and Ben Bryant Blalock, Sr. led a dedication l ---
whose name and address is Power. 7:30; Adult Choir, officiating. Burial followed in prayer at the end of the r '

Hon. George H. Pierce P.O. 8:15.: Crosby Lake Cemetery. iMMil Si. service.
Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida, ThursdayVisitation, 9:3: '0 ISOII The Madison Street Church

and file, the original with the a.m. and 7 p.m.Saturday. presented !Mr.\ Blalock with
Richard M. GoocKetuRichard Baptist( Church
clerk of the above styled court .- Bus Ministry tht'Uroadman Church manual

on or before August 10, 1976. Visitation, 8:30: a.m. at the close.
M. .
otherwise a judgement may be Goodyear, 62, Rev, Charles,Swarlz
former resident Night Special
entered for the relief of Pastor
against you First Christian Church Florahome. died Thursday Morgan Road
demanded in the complaint or
Call &Christian Street
afternoon July 15 School
petition. in Sunday -- Sunday ,
Starke Florida Charleston. S.C. where he had 9:45: a m; Morning Worship. Church
WITNESS my hand and the Invites You To WorshipAnd Baptist 3 P.M. Till 10 P.M.
lived for the
past years. 11:00: a.m. ; Children s
seal of sad Court on July 2,
1976. Fellowship Us. Born October 7, 1913 in Worship, 11:00: a.m.; Church Sunday Services

Gilbert S. Brown a.m.Sunday; Morning t Bible Worship Study 10:4 9:4:: :: Macon, Georgia, Mr. Training. (i5:! p.m.; Evening Sunday School, 10:00: a.m.; Foot Long Hot Dog & French FriesAny

As Clerk of said Court a.m.; Youth Meeting 6 p.m.; Goodyear was a retired Worship (Sermon in Sung) Morning Worship & Servicesfor
By: Beulah M. MoodyAs carpenter. 7.30: p.m.Nursery. the Deaf, 11:00: a m.;
Evening Worship 7 p.m. Survivors include his wife :-'; Provided for all
Deputy Clerk Wednesday: Bible Study, Willa Mae Sibley Goodyear or !Cervices, Training Union, 6:30: p.m.; Way You Want It C
7/8 4tchg 7/29 and 8 Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m.
Prayer p.m. Charleston 99
; one son, William Tuesday Ladies Bible
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.---------w*--->,. R. Goodyear of Charleston; Study lO-oo: ) ) a.m.VVcdnesd.ay Wednesday Service And Small Drink
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR ST.MARK'S one sister Mrs. Helen Melin of -- Youth (Choir Mid Week Prayer Service &

BRADFORD COUNTY EPISCOPAL CHURCH Ocala and one grandson. Practice, 7-ao:: ) pm.; :MidWeek Bible Study 7:30: p.m.; Choir

CASE FLORIDA NO. 75212IN a.m.Sunday Holy: July Eucharist 25th 10:00 8:30:: i, in Monday Funeral Paran,July services Cemetery 19, at were graveside near held Adult Choir service Practice.. 7'3D:: p.m KIII:: (.) Practice, 8:15: p.m. 1Y0V 13 Vi laJ[(L] ? tlm Qa 13

Grandin with Rev. Clarence pm.Thursday Youth outing to Telephone indexes by Bates
RE: The Marriage of GLEN a.m. Morning Prayer.LEGALS Smith officiating. Orange Park to play Putt-l'utt THE OFFICE SHOP. Ph. a& 1212 N. Temple 964-6567

HARLON WOOTEN Husband, --------------. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Rolf (i-oo: ) p.m 5764
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fiuiue was. in charge:: of
WOOTEN, Wife. arrangements.

1.hff".t.d.I .. E laDLE '- j ')
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Mrs os ie Child"* i'1 III Mil:msou ., "


29 Stockton Street. Charleston, BRADFORD COUNTY Mrs. Josie M. Childs, 82, of sroffts _.....:0-11'-: ..

West Virginia. 25312. Gainesville, died in the

an action for dissolution of POSITION : C.E.T.A. July 15 following a long sptcraci1I

narriage has been filed, againstyou MECHANIC illness.A .
and you are required to former resident of
serve a copy of your written WHERE: SCHOOL BOARD Of Theressa. she had lived in
defenses if BRADFORD COUNTY Gainesville for the three
any to it on past

RICHARD E. WELTY Attorney OPERATIONS CENTER, 519 N. years. While in Theressa 3 Iwo DAYS' THURSDAY. FRIDAY AHD !
for the Petitioner whose Orange Street, West Mrs. Childs and her husband SATURDAY

address is 114 N. Walnut Street operated a community store

P.O. Box 995, Starke, Florida DESIRABLE QUALIFI for many years. She was bornin
32091 and file the original \with\ CATIONS: Graduation from a Jefferson County, Fla. and AGU SkYE UP TO Jo
the Clerk of' the above-styled standard high school. Exper. was a member of the t i; SAYENOUSENOLO 19% .i\7-N.
Court on or before August 2, ience in the maintenance and Hampton Christian Church. EASLE'S OWN "'

1976 otherwise a judgment may repair and automotive and re Surviving is her husband. (is j OUR MOST
be entered against you for the lated equipment. Leslie K. Childs of ,
relief demanded in the Petition. Gainesville; a daughter. : I "
WITNESS my hand and the DUTIES: To assist other Marie Taylor of Gainesville, I COTTON DRESS SHIRTS "
seal of said Court on the 28 dayof mechanics and personnel in the two sons: J.P. Taylor of High E E"' TOUII CHOICE! f'i TAKE A PRICE-CUT! .. ''1

June, 1976. repair of automobiles, buses Springs, and Leon Taylor of ';
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Gilbert S. Brown trucks and related equipment. Sioux City. Iowa; a sister. 79:: "f' 2.96 .

AS CLERK OF SAID COURT.By Mrs. Emily Young of I .
APPLY TO: Apply within ten Tallahassee. 21 grandchildrenand WIRE UPT03.ffi .r DISCOUNT PRice WAS 1MLI4UII ; 1. 4t

Beulah M. Moody ((10)) days to L.B. Register Jr., seven great. MAIH OPINED II 171IAEAaLEA { .. J
: NRR rtncid IM starts I mm
Deputy Clerk Operations Director 519 North grandchildren. Unclon Sails 'Out 01FIIKIO -T Ian Bttl IM roam RutIU'! ; j
7/1 41chg 7/22 Orange Street West. Starke, Graveside funeral services [ \ a SOFTEHEH SIYE 22% E It SAME 1 % list poIJI" .cottoo blind "n
.. .....................----.... Florida and call his office for a were held July 18 in Bell ig'0 if s a fIsh| W timtiHILIEW "'n lal. tMMH silt cool DIM' dues, ,.
personal interview appointmentat Cemetery with Rev Paul J. oS rumRIMIYIH 3.3 3 twdioim buds, levy" 17. w
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 964-8780. Cavander officiating DeWitt! ''i\,, e C
\oi fill II HI flit, SUI DISCOUNT PRICE w"stT''It .
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF C. Jones Funeral Home of -
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- SALARY: Salary will be in accordance Starke was in charge of CM WASN-N-WAI DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 115 MEN'S POLYESTER POLOS IN l
ap- arrangements. : r" .
:::,- Committed not Hurt Fun' to to cxi lor' I IDO'i
proved salary schedule, which is ,::: UNENS IN HEAVY PUTT MIT. eit
r PUSTIO WITH TIES. 10-PI. polycstirtmtmutsSMLXL.
CIVIL ACTION currently being revised. W

CASE No. 76-206 _-
NOTICE: The above position is I

Wife/Petitioner vs. ERIC FRED Title II Program. All applicantsmust
ERICK BENJES, Husband/Res be Bradford County

pondent residents, unemployed 30 days i.I

and economically disadvantaged 3.99
NO PROPERTYTO Itchg 7/22 =AYE N% surtx lOw DISCOUNT eict

ERIC FREDERICK BENJES Via could spend dollars moo or yes
? 3.22 could mop Eile'' Our Hick rack it tilled
AYE 24% SIYE 32%
AYE 1.09
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want top tinker styles, fist cm hoots.'KD .
that for SCHOOL BOARD 3.8 8 37c 99 C
filed against you ERIC FRED- Ijrilnt conlgrt M Doimcy crept
ERICK BENJES and you are POSITION VACANCY Mies! flMioit. wishiDH 112. .
required to serve a copy of your : MECHANIC, CHIEF
\written defenses if any to it, on OF MAINTENANCE FOR
the plaintiff's attorney whose SCHOOL BOARD VEHICLES. CREW STRETCH
'z:;. u SOCKS
name and address is George H.
Hubert \\'. lou\illr. Jr.
Pierce. Esquire P.O. Drawer WHERE: SCHOOL BOARD OF COelar r0 0 o / I 2s s1

1030. Starke, Florida 32091, BRADFORD COUNTY OPERATIONS .} P P. I
and file, the original with the CENTER. 519 North R. W. Douville 4 1 r L 1 WisiiiE11U4

clerk of the above styled court Orange Street, West.QUALIFICATIONS .

on or before August 19 1976: Receives Doctor SAVE 14% .
otherwise a judgement may be : Graduationfrom L

entered against you for the relief a standard high school. Degree June 2.94 f
demanded .in the complaint or Ten years or more of progres- .
petition. sively responsible experience in Robert W Douville Jr VALUE PLUS! SAYE 20% SlVE uo DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 3If

WITNESS my hand and the automotive maintenance and re received a doctor of medicine MEN'S OAMETIALL SHOES \
seal of said Court on July 12, pair, three of which must have degree from the University of 1.77 77 9.88 WITN SIO-IRANO FUTURES ielflrmtUi j

1976. been in a supervisory capacity.RESPONSIBILITIES :Miami School of Medicine on Comfort cusliioi iron, lull sponfo in- I
Junes graduating the upper ale. awe trip mooif solo 712
Gilbert S. BrownAs third of his class: ll-FT. LAWN FURNITURE FLU COLLAR FOR JUST FILL 'N SWIM! I' i "It"
Clerk of said Court DUTIES Under Dr. Douville has a bachelorof r
is responsible for supervising science degree in biology
By. Virginia F. Darby.As Deputy and evaluating the work from Stetson University SAVI 10% [ L e I

Clerk performed by mechanics and Deland and a master of lit J2i/ i
other persons who may be science degree in medical q
7'15 4tchg 85LEGAL assigned under his supervisionto science from the University of Towas.
- --- Florida College of Medicine.He .
--- insure that all maintenance CANNON. %
and repair work is performed in is currently a resident in 1.97 :art u% 2 99 3.33LOOM
NOTICE surgery in Tampa.Dr. .
accordance with established WERE.M DIKOUNT PRICE' WAS Lila
L.M. Games requests rezoning procedures. Supervising the re Douville is a grandson of 2 '
of Block 38 in J.M. Johns pair and maintenance of all Mr. and Mrs. R H. Grider of Qpscor S SWIM TRUNKS IN NISmom IOLOEN FRUIT OF Till LOOM
Addition to Starke located Starke.Servicelucn. ,Mid w 11.10013TTLIS MEN'S UNOERWUR, PIB. OF 3
on equipment used m performing SAYE SIYI UP TO U% + Y. INas V nUcytHI stales niljMvetttos Pnnunint press I shirts or broils
the corner of Laura and Church automotive maintenance ser E y5 _SAVE_11% 4W Mao or lnt... S to XI in cut 'lor comfort. Sins S M LIt
Streets this rezoning is from R-1 vices. Preparation of and maintaining TtMTPMTluctmms 1.-r"
0 0
to R 2 to allow construction of an adequate inventory of 47 3 1. ,.
fa 1/si./ aaA iM/K
apartment complex. Subject to spare pans and equipment to insure Eric D. CrewsIs DISCOUNT PRICE' WAS Olt PRICES WERE UP tO-Jj-hTT ) -; 214"$121 .. ,
public hearing be
at an efficient of the
operation !
Starke City Hdll at 5 p.m. August system. Plan and establish a Navy Recruit ( CLEAN!* KEEPS WATER OINNIR PUn, CERUL, CUP, !. '. /
2. Refer to Legal Notice _planned vehicle preventive srmuHO ILO[, o u. SAUCER OR ONEU I BITTER we.s 3.as -
printed July 17, 1976 in Gaines- maintenance assist in July 15 Navy Seaman
program; .
ville Sun. the preparation of an annual Recruit Eric D. Crews 19. son 1 SAVE 24%
Itchg 7/22 of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Crewsof 'ar-v_
budget request; submit requestfor PT. UNOMJRIRHO. 1 )
Route 2, Lake Butler has ALCOHOL rCOppldlnl y
needed and
supplies '
., ; completed recruit training at e1sA a
- yI --- and
performs related work
required. as the Orlando.Naval Training Center ...N. 4i$1 q ,if : I:. ,
I will be -
not responsHbe for any 'I'V
debts incurred During the eight-week wAaeDDEIfOM wasA/4K tP ,. -f
by Betty C. Martin APPLY TO: Apply within ten LlMlra /'l''
after date of publication. ((10)) days to LB. Register, Jr., training cycle he studied a IJSAVE I .ft''
Robert N. Martin Operations Director general military subjects loss'
519 North
designed to him for rAl1E SI I u% sin 2 22-
Itchy 7/22 Orange Street, West Starke prepare 1!% J
Florida and call his office for further academic and on-the- sm 30% '
a BAYt 1.00
job training In one of theNavy's TOON C 2 82.22 i
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personal Interview .
appointment 11 II. SCIrI
FOR SALEi Cull r.let.rp.p.r 85 basic occupationalfields. VOORSNOICI CHOICE
..,.... .t Tb. Otlle. Shop.. accordance with a School Board close order drill naval SUNTAN OIL M WAS. .... SIT POO OROSRWATER PUN UttM !sills krt. cwl H IDO" tot !'lvo> ecu* dtMi D* Ildff.1 1001 mock or ttrftstir tot nil
history to ,I00i oliiKtl. 4-7., .
Approved salary schedule LOUIS, 010 I OZ. SIZEEAGLE.THE toritsttf a MMts of limn Sun III l see or twtli HCI. 3231
and first aid.
:NEED TO MAKE SOME which is currently being revised. A 1974 graduate of Union
Itchg 7/22
......1 B.k.r from .. ., T E.oak. County High School, Crews FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES 1647513.CIGARETTES I '404t '
Shop - - - joined the Navy In parch 1976. Op rtd ily SVtilS. Sunday 'til a 414t.



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Petitions and Individual- covered Kerrigan by private pension I Ill. mI HERE'S WHY !

letters were sent to Sen. plans today but are still\
Richard (Dick) Stone In required to pay for Social :

support of two bills, S-3509 and Security. Why, then special
S-3510. Sen. Lawton Chiles treatment for Congressmenand

was also contacted urging Senators? Where Else Can You Advertise '

concurrence.Bill 1976 will be a crucial year in ___________________ ,I
S-3509 denoted that no( the political life of our Ii i

upon penalties persons shall age be 65 imposed until 72 country.grumble It about is not enough what to is ________ ________ ________ ________ _______ Yo 5,000 Households15,900 Readers For $ 2 ;
who continued to work for happening in federal, state S'I 1

wages up to$7,800 per year. At and local governing bodies. It ,

present a person is penalized behooves all of us to registerand .
$1 from every $2 earned over vote. Those who are PERSONAL SERVICEWILL FOR SALE

$2,760. This means that a unable to go to the polls should CLASSIFIED AD RATES 1 Floriland Realty MULTIPLE C

beneficiary who gets the apply for absentee ballots.\ 4-k:2
average of $206.58 per month (Call Mrs. Geneva Flynn at Deadline for Insertion DO TYPING la my FOR SALE: Yamaha electronic 393N.TempleAve.! LISTINGSFRED FEs \

loses all Social Security the courthouse, 964-5634.) See Tuesday Noon preceding DeVoro... if he to it the ballot Thursday before Itchg REALTOR
payments or she earns is carefully\
.200 negotiable.
$7,717 per year. completed and mailed in time.If publication. 5875 alter 4. tfpd I Acre Building Loin on RD 16. Stark. Olllc 904 964-6522: rwilltJlar
This provision forces the necessary get help from a SEWING MACHINES repaired, - 205 N. T.mpl.IUS-3011| |

retiree who is able and willingto competent person or Minimum Charge $2.00 all make. cleaned. oiled and. For Sale Silver Queen 48 Acre Farnnwiilihvme. 1/2 ml. Hampton Olllc 904 468-17S3 Fe .

work to retire or limit organization in fulfilling the (Covers IS Words) adjusted James Strickland, 7. Work guaranteed.. aweet corn 2.50 bushel. The on St. Rd. 229. 6 mile South of REALTY

drastically their earnings in requirements Each: word over IS Road A 16.corner Morgan last In Florida! WainwrlghtFarm - Stark on US-301
order to receive Social "Homemakers Service," 10 cents Hwy. tfchg.Have *, 2 mOe cant of Cor. lot, with storage BU%. G ?
St.... on State Road 16. - -
Security benefits. This 964-7684. now has Telephone Graham-3 BR, 2 bath
injustice must be corrected. Reassurance Service. Elderly All Classified Ads must be ltchg7/22.! !!. ..-______ New Duplex In City. $24400. --- --
tried SHAKLEE'anatural
paid for in advance unless you - llampton-S BR, 2 1/2 bath
Social living alone shoulduse
Security persons
payments area ALFALFA Tabs for For Sal: Registered
New 3 BR Brick'
right$ after payroll this device by calling you have an established BETTER HEALTH? HenryA monkey. yr*. old name la Home.Nearly. $28,900.llampton-7! lots S9.0OO. Real Facts on Real Estate

deductions are made by every day reporting that all\ is account: with the Maids Williams. P.O. Box Sam ha. papers, (75. (Must
- Stark.' 2 Bit I bath $11SOU Property, chattels effects estate and goods are all
matching funds from worker & well and help will be sent Telegraph in that event 50 73. Starke. 964-7978 or 964- have permit to purchasesuch
Need listing on 2 to 5 .c.... Stark 3 BR 1 1/2 bath cords used to describe ownership. However, they have
employer alike. This legisla immediately if needed.A cents extra charge for 5019, We will call on you. Up animal I Call 964 5091 or - $21500.
would reduce the is billing. Not responsible for 7/22 go by 356 N. Temple. Ave. in. ifferent meanings. Property usually describes real
numberof 301. I lot
tion picnic being organizedby 8.13 A. A Bwdneaa on acr $3,500.3acresdouble state. Chattels movable
of such
SSI Supplementary Security H.M.S. for the elderly, 60 errors when given over the t!healter! !:npon._.!Jtchj! _7/22 - wide $26.504)) utomobiles and are cattle. pieces property as

Income and Food Stamp plus.This event will be held at phone or when copy is not 4 BR Frame, large lot. utility I 1/2 acres, single wide.
and Lake Palestine Union typed and brought to the SINGER SEWING bId<<., me. by chain link fence $12400.' Effects refers to property such as clothing and other
recipients they would also County
office. MACHINE SALE: Flip A ersonal belongings. Estate is a legal word which
continue to pay income taxes Aug. 14.Carthof. Sow Model No. 774. Free Pearl!Antlrews, A...... Many Others ncompasses all properties owned by an individual.
and further contributions to cheer were sent to 10 x 29 PATIO COVER: Arm Sewing. Save (80.00. 4-7739 Com In and le us Goods Is a term which describes household articles
the Social Security system. Karl Hoist, Art Lockwood, and FOR RENT Installed $15.00 unimtalledI40JOO. Now Coleman. Sewing ERNIE P.HOM uch as furniture.
Ernie Bonowandt. ( Gator Mobile Home Center, 150 N. Water St.,
Bill S-3510 stipulates that Our Keg.Broker.. Nit.
Real estate Is investment. Whetherou
Service. 372.9767. d. Starke. Fl. Phone 964-6363. always a good
members of thoughts and with 'lfl4-M76 !W4-77IM Bill 488-1612
Congress pay prayers are Faahlonmnt TrlgR are buying or selling, we want to handle the transction -
Social Security taxes to insure them during their illness. FOR ZigZagWFroat Dick ('0.5 lti4-6'lM: ( .
: Cleu, Uk* nw Drop-in bobbie for you. Call today for additional information.
that they live by the same We observed club member double-wld. *om. furniture.
FOR SALE 3 plue ..r.. out Now D8.00. 7/15 4tp 8/5 IfUUSK'FOR SAlE PREFERRED PROPERTIES
retirement rules they set for Harry Rosenshine's 96th Private lot. 3 mil. north of of town, 7 rooms, 3 br, batb.
everyone else. birthday. Good Health and Stark. off 301. 1140 p.rmontb.9048556. utility, attached garage, kitchen FOR SALE Sears camper Here I. whet. you have alwaysdeiared. 'JNIQUE OPPORTUNITY: Professional' office anti
When S.S. was enacted Good Luck Harry. Up T/22 appliance, rear yard "600" Fold out type with lip- .... United Farm Agency, lome. The Dowling property on 301 across from Fat
Congressmen were protectedby Our next meeting is July 27 fenced large drive through: on 9 x 12 room Need some Inc. ,toy's and Wishbone Fried Chicken Brick 3 BR, HI
Civil Service retIrement. at 1 p.m. at the Pratt Street FOR RENT: ( ki. SubdhMon workshop 31x40. all CB. repair.Good Price. 964-7648. 3 BR 11Z I Bath Home 5 month CH&A: lots of space inside and out Could be llori.t

However many workers are Center. 1/2 ..... Iota $30.00 per month.Water Located on SR-10O South of l7/22. ... --___ old. C.B. Construction on I3U1) Keg. Estate:, Broker hop antique shop, accountants office' doctor's office
A So.... funailmL. For ..... 1/2 ml. 38900. 7/15 frontage by KM deep lot at 208 S.W.le.St. plus home. Seeing is believing.
Information call Mark. Olio, Zp/22 Sampson ....... National Advertising .
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Porecca To OUn'.Mobfo HomM Sab*,Hwy. WANTED Paul Faulkner-Broker. .. .
Request 100 W.. btajfce. 964-5606. d ANNOUNCING Tfce Bllll'owefl'Ilrukrr Irene Faulker. -Associate CONVENIENT Concrete Block 2'i Baths large LH
opening of Alvarez Produce W4-6-M4 Susan Bakken. -Associate96450S5 kitchen, dining beautiful hardwood floors CHoVAlanelled
Market [ WANTED: Used. refrlger- front lot
formerly Dowllng'a) throughout garage porch corner
Highway 301 and 100. Fresh atora,washers. and stoves In. Call: to Church
Wayne Dougla text Episcopal nicely landscaped ground
Of 12 ft. wide
FOR RENT good condition. Call
Rezoning Bayless A fruit Dah- tfn
mobile homo outsMs city produce dnily. tfchg. men Discount 964.7923. tIn 964-6593 AM YOU RghDY TO $611 - -
limit 964-9114 ar 4734777.tfchc 1-1 YOUR PROPERTY? PARADISE LAKE Large 3 level home on two

MISSION STORE 321 N. (OnrG3060 000 beautiful, lots.

Temple. peopl
Highway AcreageFrank Misc. item, open every day DUPLEX A unique investment opportunity wino. .
9:30-1: p.... We accept donation rae Puppies need a good LONGCHAMPllome ..posed IDOur walking distanceto conveniences 202 N. Broadway
For Rcnti I bdrm. trailer' ', *. 7/8 4tp 7/29 home. Part shepherd part and Building n.honlfr
(! Neat2 BR, lB. LR. K (t Dining Area on each side fruit
I'orcccj will rcsub- new plat lor the subdivision, AC. quiet location. 1 1/2 ..l. collie9 weeks. old. r'umvthe Materials ,;' ; Trees.
....t en Rd. 100, ...t.. Road Box 3H or call 964- .dmtslO'
to ..
mit an application rezoni- the size to .&
increasing approximately -- -- -
furnished.. M4-8797. 10 ..... FOR SALE Swimming foalsacrifice. 7684..!!'e.iLL __ -WEBUILD"Yuvr 1i..i1 ',.h.f...
approximately eight acres of eight acres divided tll9f! 1m.ltp7/22 Leading, manufacturerand Plant Or Or..., INVESTMENT Gracious 2 story home with CHaA ui
property ( the did Ruby Crosby: into I Hi lots of 2U.OOO square < distributor' .ha. aluminumrectangular Your Lot Or Ours"fKKE ACREAGE adiacent to Starke Plata Shopping Center

(farm site on H.i>less Highway fl'l'" He will ask the board at For Rent: Unfurnished 2 pools hat over Irani. HOUSES FOR SALE ESTIMATES 3 BR frame, with fireplacecarpet

i from (lit to Kir lo( permit it.s Tuesday June 29. meetingfor Bdrm. duplex, carpeting, 1975 season, 1/2 price, guaranteed Remodelng- Repairs on 10U') x 2IHC lot SWIMMING POOL Hot tired We have the answer

fonstruflion of conxt-n- permission to advertise on atove, refrigerator. No pet. aiutalUtioa and. tcr_. Addition IH.8UO.). with a sparkling pool jltroclive 3 BH home with a i
lor Sale U till 1973P.r".ood
Call: nllMt Jacksonville, : x
tional homes or the placement the day. or Home Bought - r
new plat or children. 122 N. MyrtleSt. mobile Home. 2 : (real Florida Room.
of mobile, homes on :3! >,(MXiMiiarefool ) In addition to this matter, 125.. Call 964-8002 after rvfning 9II4-3W-103. ttchg. bdrm, 1 bath. Equity of S50O Sold Traded. 1 houses, needs repair 7V sba'

| lots in his \proposed the board next Tuesday will 6-, ..:...!!.1!..!.!. _____ WATSON'S- ----HOUSE-- --; -OF or beat all... Call 964-7360: ACREAGE FOR SA1.KJ646X53 ( lot J7.HIMI. Convenientlocation 10 ACRES On, Bussent Road with CHaA home .",,1

Sunny Acres SulK livisum I. hear a request from L..K VACUUMS: Mon brand. el between 8 and 430. Itchg railer. Hot for development
) E new .......... Used machine.
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I'ort'a ongin.iUy appli&'d rrplat a portion of Lake rent. Alan want to share avaOabl Expert:: Repairs, .. Hwy :301 South/ StarS Mobile. Home on 1/2 acre ::1 I IBR it'RINGLAKE KEYSTONE Split level with CHiA

List .1,1 nuary to rezone six Hampton Oaks to permit residential double-wide trailer with make.. .* Part*and. accessories for For Sale: 1974 double-wide a 2 bath, with expandvitI.R 10' on crystal clear Like.
iirres. (comprising, / 12 lots of construction on frentleman who works' at all 'vacu'. ... Built-in central! mobile home, 65 x 24. 3 many extras, 513.5(83Acreage ( .

the same. sue from I OH l tolUC.I smaller size lots: the rezoning Raltord.batk. Come private to Underwood bedroomA vacuum. de..... oy_... 4UINW bdrm 2 b.th. family room, - IWO BEAUTIFUL ACRES with a comfortable J Bl

,1 but> .at I t the h.al'IIII4.1equl'slt'drill' ; | jiLlho.Cpvey property adiomm ) -. Motel, on 301 North. Up 7122 lOth-Au. ,, OalnrsviBi, ;J76- central aide.I air:TiTTjgerator-1il..Ma.IIiIt.-b! )'- small. & LargeBKASIMn ,11 B on Madison Street' heat diid air ,ntar town.
7110. Ifehg.FUR - S
'hanl'I" .d. 1 t i tNE
Mistponenifnl"III fo iidii-
a | ( !: !: Hampton Oaks from OK .I I dishwasher. 16.0OU new,
plat HIA.: and a petition for reclassification owe 10000. Make otter and ) ACRE Oulolcllywlthallelt1ClrlcJ 3 BH( i B hum C

\l its Kehru.ir.x meeting t the of a portion of PERSONAL SERVICEPAPPAS SALE: liomondoe.. assume payment of $157.23.S64JH034. r' -; rii.im link fence utility building Low down payinei

/lining! 1'n.ird !:a\l' him pt-r CII. :Nasworthy property on lor any.........over 247 dllfereiit :!' :! !: 7/22 :2tp 7/29\ J.I.r'o taddlsc-Oldmiiibile) >\ 0 qualified buyer'OTPOUKRI .

mission, .. III .itI\ 1'1'11"1' for it ,public 1 Highway lit NiSI 10 permit ACCOUNTING ones, we have than all IMhmer's REAL ESTATE !SalrsA Service
Iut'a ring on I hI' !rev iseil! plot.. construction,, of a convenience SERVICE. 118 8. Court, 1JI......... For Sale: 2 bdrm.Several trim Fine s..t./ton(JjUse,' 51 .dies New R.ve'.lIu.ldrnq lots ulosby
Inn .ii Ihe he.innu, m Sl.irch.: store St.r... 9647612. 6124 home, furnished. Can Taken OnCiulMic L.ikc f", cell Acres Little Lake Santa Fe
tree. on lOll( x 119 lot has
I'lIrt'I''a', .ipplic.ition was I IIt..tring. will also be held at lOtchg 8 and workroom. Large 4 BR 3 Bath 2 story Tmilt "".%ell' Ro.iJ Coiniiu.'icial' Building un Temple
ilfiiu-d l h1111'I hikird., and t the H p m. \\'cdnesd.iy, June 30 on --- -------- FOR SALE Petrl 35 mm carport SI6.000( or best reasonable frame home on I acres JINIlN.Vt.il) 37H-J.! :."I ''i ofessiuiitil' Ulilq on Thompson Street...Owner
dl'I'I"oInti i I u.is siihseiK| >ntlyiiphelil an ordinance designating the ALCf LICS camera with ..... excellent. offer. Must sell. WIHT.IO.ltp.722 Many extra* $:|HHIO.( ? .;,UlLU: ; 1.lIu.ed home un Church St...Some farm 'land.
lthe (Counl t'om- Zoning Board as BradFord ANONYMOUS' : Sueceasful condition 1125. Call 964- - -
County ._ .
inONionI County's planning living for people who want to 5!!! '.!:!!... !! __ I OW DOWN PAYMENT' We have itviT.il. nearly' HIMicinii'i
STOP drinking and STAY 3 BK CB 6 percent mtg
I ',,rI'tt.I Ii.is now preMt|' <<1 ;a 1 .igency!: otopped. Meetings Thure. A FOR SALE: 4 .bedroom.. brick 2 17,500 "which" only require' S800 to 4.5tfO lo gut into
Sunday 8:00 964-1709, FOR SALE.: Mobile home loin bath large living room den and Sundays "ihi'ii .h ume I'xistinq' mortgage il 8'' > or 8'' i pvrce.nlerest I
p.m. $95...........kits h1i1l..oiIabIeIn - -
game room on I landscaped acre mo. p.i/iiiunts from $lJZ: to $186.
I Ih'istcr{ Now For Head StartCUBB 964-5434. 6/21 12tp 10/9 several mbdlvhdonN.! Ph. KHISM. ('aner.ate.., .house No. 6. 3 BR frame, CII&A tl.VIXM 10:35: A.M.
: ------ ---- .
Ifdig. Contact Douglas Nlchuls" {MINIM - '
NEEOEO .i.ndillracts of
Agency'sFull their children for the 1976-77 BUILDING. remodeling ---- --- -- ttchg. 2 BK frame, I acre 7JilH WPXE Radio acreage

Economic askedto additions, HW SALE: 3H Snub nose handgun -- - ---- - -
repair room
term of Head Start are gar Cecelio/ T. Terwil/egcir, / Realtor
Year Head Start them now. Registration ..... and carport' enclosed $55. 22 hand "guns" $. 1.95. 25 FOR SALE: Mobile home 2 BR frame., 18.1110-term) .
Program(\ is now accepting register forms are availablein kitchens bath A reeling. automatic" guns from -IHJ)5.Dahmen ) 12 x 60, 2 br, 2 bath manufactured - 206 West Madison Avenue Starke Florida
registrations for the 1976-77 Bradford County at the Free estimates. 473-210. Mwounl. tfchg.rOR by Concord. Complete H.7 acre' III Marke 115.511I)
term which begins in Marcus W. Grttfi. 7/13 ------------- with skirting and patio - -
September Head Start Center, 4eL-! SAlE:: Mobile Home PsrU cover.. 4,500. 473-4929 lip 12 acres, wvll pole A nepllf n OFFICE PHONE 964.7776

This pre-school: program Is School Building Starke Pine Street 32091 and supplies. OLIVS: MOBIlE: 7/22._____ _____ 1..1." area $I5.IHIOID ( ) ::::! HOME PHONE 964.5145
Box 1278, '
designed for disadvantage P.O. RILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete HOMK SAI.K'i, Hwv. UK) W. -
and 4 without (t1'hone964-8342)) or further information sharpening service, circular, !Marks' !l>1-i\1i01i. tnhg. F
children 3 wooded Si 1,318
ages For 21 acres
Sale: x 65 double-
be obtained by hand carbide, chain, mower .
may -
creed color or ----- ---- .
to wide
regard race mobile home. Central
Starke 964-7555 or 964- Made hollow ground and
national origin. CUBB Head calling balanced. Leave at Jackson FOR SALE Coastal air and heat 3 bdrm., 2 hath Call anytime. 7N2.3SIK1ssoclatea

Start serves 141 pre-school 8161. Building Supply. Surke or Key- Burmuda Hay (1.50 bale. 2 living room family room \ !1IKI7I5I .V 7X2H97 1490:1 MOBILE HOME GARAGE SALE
children in Clay. Union. Baker ,tone Height tldIe.10.z0pATIOCOER.. goat, I male, I female dining 'room kitchen utility :
and Bradford counties. 10 Keith :.Mac-Donald Imll"lnlliquid\ chicken room, Call after 3 43I-I765 .. PHC Sports Wear
fert. Truck hold 6 lona. Kailord. 7/22 IAWTET Fl. PARK
percent of whom require h Navy Recruit .' :.IIo...... W.A. Prevatt, 468-19WS :)Itp. 78238O6Ralph Across From

special services due to and mobile home. MftOinstalled. ttchg. 't't _..... ,.n 5.,,. InssJefity Limits Johnson Feed Store
physical handicaps July 15 .- Navy Seaman (140 uninstalled.. MOTORCYCLESSI HII/*to Umdjim.IUIVrVnlh Squur.Jru. .
The program is under the Recruit Keith J. MacDonald G\fOR MOBILE HOMK MAK ----- --- ( ......,"" ... 9.S Sat July 24

direction of Daniel Gibbs. lit son of Mrs. MaryAnne T. \ K. tfchg.(.'0. Hi. 3724707. Calneeville. FOR SALE: 1975 PontlacCatallna tlHI E Clothing Items

:Mrs. :Mary Hayes is I the :MacDonald Starke has 2 Door Hard Top. Bryan .
h___ _______ SI 71X1 OF srVRKKaa: Ml ('it, ( 10 Pieces *10.
Special Services Coordinator. completed recruit training at Small Equity, take. up paymenta. authori/rd Suzuki I........ lh ne'MIMIJII. onvemencvsIse.HulicerVuUction..
Coordinator of Education.. Naval Training Center : Call alter' :5 p.m. 964- Real EstateSpedaliiinil --- : 2 Dinette Sets
the mubUe home hurricane anchoring << )! :.Ilil* rant: t nl Slrrrt.Itchg. City Ou,Mater and Sewer
and Parent 5.0! .!! _______ .
Social Services Orlando.During) and mobile. home raof cost ; : Well Drilling Specially Priced
is In Lou and ,"'....... Motel
Involvement program the eight week Jo-Lu
ing. (tin's MOBILE Hume Service.
:Nathan< Stewart. Mrs. Sarah (ruining cycle he studied 964- 6011. St. Rd. t6W AJet. Moving S.I.hn": For Building:Mobile Hum Upholstery Pieces

Mobley is the Health and :Nutrition general( military subjects 233.: Stark, Fla. tfchgI furniture household, desk Item. b.r.Including chair, HELP WANTED Iota on Sampwai- -Lake- 1U ft. 2" thru 6' 964-8810 50' And Up

Coordinator. designed to prepare him for ------- -- --.- bullet etc. 1527 Geiger Si. on water. tT.HVU owner Onancing. Fast Rotary _ _ _ _
Parents who wish to enroll further academic and on- the 964.6047. ltp' 7/22 POSITION: AVAILABLE: .
MAG: WOMAN 38. dealreaposition : !!.. Drilling Equipment 'InII',k ,
---- uilcud.iit ,
job training in one of the live In home and Librarian. Bradford ('ountyl.ibrary. - i m'I ill's
:Navy's<; 85 basic occupational rare fur skk. or your elderly. Room- For Sale: Truck. V-8 eng.. :Must have M..t..'. Acreage and lots, large and STATE LICENSED II-: i OH-'MK: slloi-. I'll.,, Chain Link Fence

1hE 0/ct 1:77l&1L&L': field .board. $25 per' week. Call anytime 14'van, 6 ton load, new tirev, Degree In Library Science small. Several locations !'Hi I-STill.;
Among the subjects he 46M.I6B6.* tldig. Inspected June. 1750 at from ALA approved school. owner linancing.KIJ .

--- studied. were seamanship, .!toreGrahamFla1Jjlj722For Apply OM.if qualified to - Pumps SuppliesFirst
Bradford County Library Mimosa Manor
r rm close order drill. naval historyand DON'T THROW AWAY 105 K.: Jackson. St, Stark. >BRIAN

i'l first aid.A those 8-track. or .....tt. Sale: 14' fiberglas. ski. 7l-! =3iL2iAUTOMOBILES! ______ m Ktaltor96187W New Used Mobile Home Park
of Bradford boat. (350 or' best oil... 4734309.ltp722 -
?1 l 19"6\ graduate tape.. Take them to day orfit night /.
( County High School he joinedthe Dahmer Discount House, __ i,'..:>!>' Sales-Parts-Service AMreltaceTo: IiOJ" :d

} \ !} -j J :Navy'; I m February 1976. 112 E. Call Street. Ifchg HART FEED: Highway 100 USEDFor I Uve ..
--- -- ----- F-Z TermsPlumbing
W.... Hay (I bale In Held. I II large Lots
FOR SALE A\ON CALLING: T..y or sel 4 :! .!! __ __ Sale: 1972 Dodge I 'a aid Car.tarbege Quality
Avon. C U 7U-28U7 or write window San. Slant' 6. Rood 3 BR. Brick. bath and 1/2./ tans No Seconds
Loma Clvatt. P.O. Box 220. .Lake condition M.MO. 9016047.S2S .11. DR. Central heat .on I Mail Boxes
SALEI) All YARD SALE: Electric Fireplace
"Beware of a politician who CLOSE OUT Iky. Florida tfchg. furniture, odd. and lip_7122 nice I acre lot outside city Water' InstallationAvailable
Crafts' & Hobbles at
refuses to answer some questions Arts DISCOUNT. endsSunday, July 23. 19 ? limits. New Installation I Central. Sewage Plant
30 perc.nt CHILD CARE Brooktr 3/10 mil ...t of Sl5 lMSN OerbagePldiup.
the Ihiif Ihey Licensed
on grounds 155 W. Call. Down - -
Hows buys new 0'
any 2
Hobby Car Parking
hot meals, fenced yard, *chool' -...485-1932.. .. .Itp 7/22 land Remodeling
will eliminate him. 2tehg 7 22 7 W used car of your choice" with 5-10 "acre tract high on I l..rno..l'.uoImproved
Supervised play 064-8464. qualified credit. See Art paved road (;relt.... area.I Street HANDYMAN
tlchg FOR SALE 24 Ft. travel Repairs
: at Vat Heyl Lincoln - -
Sperry Electric: Service to
.- -- -------- trailer. ACE. sleeper, fully Mercury 3724251. I.I g. Frame house on comer lot In I aw
I Out OfBusiness : :ii WILL BABY SIT for any age equipped 964-7574. S2SIH) (.aineuvilie I lip 7122. _____ city. Close to shopping area Durrance : :Metered. tie* 473-4239
Going i i 1L!!!! - -
: chid In my ....... 9646X21. ____
3 to II acres clear. 4 ml. NA ofStarke. -MovelnBonua-:
tWig PUMPS & SUPPLY I II 1-289-2141
Sale 1972 Pontla
Sale Must sell Singer Future Calalina. 2 door, vinyl top. - I :Month Rent
: : OPEN UNDER NEW Sewing Machine.. But ,\(,', .PS, "8. deluae wheel. I & 2 acre mobile .home .11_ I COMPANY I II Uectrk: : Hookup FREE ESTIMATE
:MANAGEMENT: : : ) Mission model does everything good condition. Call 904- I ,,.W ol !Stark' Term I I II

Slo... New hear.9 n....til S automatically, like. new. $026.! Mo._7/22._ I 864 N Temple Ave I II PHOVE: 198 Maxville, Fla.Olin's .
(I p.... Mon-Thur Open. until Originally priced (600.00. LEUtUiE:ROBERTS JR. I Starke ,
All Mary Carter 7 p.. Friday' and Sat. Need .0...... la Bradford For Sale 1973 Dodge lit'g. RmilEstat.Brokerii I I
Donation appreciated.. 321 Ceuaty area to take 96I-7R26!
up payment Charger loaded AC/PS.
.!.'!!'l!!... .!.:-! .!!.!L (12.80 per month or Call after 5 30. 964 5621. lip _ _ _ 9Z2rJ J r rO
just pay balance due (287.20.Phoae .

PAINTS AT 60 % ACT NOW Turn spar time ._ _94-7084. Up !!E... 7/22 -
Demonstrator earl .... PEARS FOR SALE (3bushel. 21I.1
Of Retail Price mIUI... np to 30 .per ...t Call R.....'. BeaotySJiep96J7 MISCELLANEOUS \S r//:' I
OR .have n T.y A Gift PartyIn !! 570;_ 964-7604
year home and is Prompt.
I Ibewags
Call ., write SANTA'S Commercial with 2-1 bedroom ualuralshcdhouse .
964-7721 Put.. .. Avon. C.... 06001. llvl.g ,.ut.building... *102 E. or apt.. m Bradford' BOB 'S APPLIANCE SERVICE I '30 )" Per Mo. Water i
Brownlee Va Acre Lots For
102 E. Phone 12031\ ) 6TJ-345S. Brewal., corner of SR-16 County air conditioned. Willp. Rent :: Furnlllht I
7221781178 ALSO BOOKINGPARTIES.7lS7tc5126 and Walnut St. R.C. Dampier .. from 129 121)0. Call Servicing All Electrical Appliances

.:.. .. .. Pbene 9647721..: tic hg 4 .:!?*!!. !!p1!!!_ Cull Mark Olin 964-5606 Hwy t a A MorQan Rd.

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Page 16 F. July 22, 1976

AREA Chamber Supports City Sewer PlanThe I


Starke Chamber of Protection Agency (EPA) and stating that Starke's sewer of Commerce's backing on the the Coastal Plains Regional
NEWSby Commerce voted local governments to improve system improvement is the project, since they are so Commission of the federal"
unanimously last Thursday to pollution control. No. 1 priority item/among 49 involved in economic matters. government with a possible
Delores Meng support the Starke sewer Warren said the city is cities and counties in Florida. Warren says the money Is in offer to help with the local
Phone 468.1915 system improvement, said providing matching funds i The sewer system the bank ($216,000 from the share of the matching funds.
with his friend, Paui rarsons,
The community was Bill Wilson, director. (acquired from a 1973) bond improvement is planned in bond issue) for the beginning The city is investigating the
saddened last Wednesday by banquet at the Starke Golf and for Montreal an ,extended Canada. Since trip they to City Commissioner Joe issue) with the federal four parts: the first, set to phases of the project. Phase 1 possibility of purchasing landon
the tragic death of little Sean Country Club last Saturday Warren presented the government to improve begin in September, will will cost the city $32,500 in U.S.301 near the old airportfor
Davis who at 1'2 years of age night Jerry was happy to are driving they plan some Chamber with an outline of sewage disposal in Starke. involve mostly evaluation.The matching shares. In addition, the new sewage treatment
was accidentally killed by a receive a nice trophy for his interesting the sightseeing trips the improvement project, The city has been told by the second and third parts, the city has been contacted by center, Warren said.
truck. Sympathy is extendedto good golfing on the 6th Flight along Little way.Amy Hodges, prepared in conjunction with EPA that current dumping of set for next summer, are the .. -
his parents, the George team'! of the North Central Florida effluent fromtthe sewer plant actual rehabilitation (still in
daughter Mr. and Mrs.
Davis family and their Mrs. Jerry Wadsworth'sfather Regional Planning CouncIl. into the Alligator Creek is the planning stages) and the
Randy Hodges, spending a
friends. Joe Sullivan, has been few days with her aunt and The Council is a state unsatisfactory preparation of the engineering I've? Cot' MineYou
The city received a letter for the land
transferred to Gainesville's uncle, Mr. and Mrs. planning agency working with drawings
Sympathy also goes out to Hill) Haven Nursing Home for Reddish in Greg the federal Environmental from the Council June 25 treatment system. The
Lonnic !Mellon and family therapy. and Mrs.Tampa.Mr. E.W. Hodges construction of the land Can G.t

whose sister buried Mrs! during Annie the Happy Birthday to the enjoyed several days in Brown DoniilfH! I I..o cul I 4-1 ITeu m treatment system will begin in
Ward was daughters of Mr. and Mrs. August, 1978.Warren Your
Tallahassee and other parts of -.... .
past week John Mullan, Erin who West Florida during the past George Brown, owner of .n said Wednesdaythat
celebrated her birthday on week Brown's Refrigeration and HONING an improved sewage
We are happy to report that July 3, and Noreen who had a Mr. and Mrs. George Air-Conditioning, is shown Nter treatment facility will save FaatLangSlealc
Melton Is
Mrs. Lonnie birthday on July 6. Simpson hosted Mr. C.W. with 4-H member Tammie t the city money in that the city
recuperating at home. Congratulations to Noreen, Preisler at a dinner party last Johns, a member of the 4-II will no longer have to spend ;
following recent surgoryIt too, for being selected the Sunday. team he helped send to the large sums on chemicals to
Outstanding Green Hand of John Preisler's lovely State Meats Judging Contestat treat sewage dumped into a :.
also to hear that ,, ,
is goxl( 41 .tlat
FFA Club. water source (Alligator rV
the Hawthorne sailboat is a peaceful sight to the University of( Florida 4
Jnffin's; health is
!Mrs Wesley Noreen and her mother behold on Hampton Lake during the Florida 4-11 creek).
steadily improving followingher the FFA Convention Askey why Starke would be
ation. enjoyed where it can be seen quite Congress July 2630.
recent hospitali they recently attended in frequently. d the first priority in the state,
Mrs. Lcssie Brown is still a Orlando as representatives of Mrs. Randy Warren said: "Well, the basisof /
medical patient at Bradford their club. entertained the Scoggins Brown donated Soil) to help awarding this grant money
County Hospital Improvements in the defray expenses of the trip. is the degree which there is
family at a July n in
Friends of :Mrs to!Mary hear Dell that Hampton Community includethe celebration party of Randy's Other team members this a need for economic redevelopment L II1l.rs(!( LACE "? (Qoll a
Brown are happy home of Mr. and Mrs. birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike year include Gene Jojner a 1 guess they just
she is making good progressat and Cindy I J UN Temple 064.5601Th.
George Williams on SR-18. Sistrunk have returned to Stacey Hayes figured Starke had a need for
home after several. months'htispitalizatTon They are enjoying the nice their Indianola, Miss home Bryan. 1 this redevelopment." This is Horn of Bradford County'
new addition to their home after and why he added, that it is
visiting Randy Foot Steak
DeWaters was Long
:Mrs. Rudy
recently transferred from the and the final painting adds a Sallye. important to get the Chamber
pleasant view. The new
Starke :Nursing: Home to
concrete porch recently builton
; of Bradford
Koom 2tx County
the City Hall is also a big

Hospital Mr: and Mrs: John Childersand improvement. This was
Mr: and Mrs: Lloyd Laneof constructed by Johnny Lott of
Kingsley Lake It is hoped i that
Brandon recentlyisitcd bolted
residents will use the trash
!Mr and Mrs, Gene Birt and TG& y
cans for junk instead of
ruining the city appearanceby ::
!Mrs, It.II Parker enjoyedthe discarding trash on the
visit of her streets and sidewalks Let's
granddaughters, Judy Baker all cooperate in making fordoubleknit
and Susan !Misner of Orlando improvements! '
who spent several days with Mrs. Garnet Studer hosted
her last week her granddaughter, SherylAnn FABRIC SHOPS
:Mr and :Mrs Edward Saxon Page, on the occasion last
and family and Vularie Jones Sunday of her 20th birthday.She I
have returned home from a is the daughter of Mr. and
trip to Indian River, !Mrs.. Marion Page of
Michigan: Joy was Maid: of Jacksonville who with their .
.. ,
Honor for Joyce Woods a sons, Gregory and Van spent ..? t
former classmate at the day with Mrs. Studer. [5-

Piedmont Bible College in .d...
Winston Salem NC: : Joyce Ilamptonl.akeewsCongratulations
was married July 10 to Steven to Lynda '
(;llIl'V in the Indian River Clayton and Jeffrey Baker Tartan Plaid
Baptist Church. Enroute to who were married Friday
Michigan: the Saxons spent evening, July 16, in St
several days in Franklin :N:.CMr Edward's Church. Lynda T
: and !Mrs Wildon Stinson looked lovely in the white DOUBLEKNITCOORDINATES -J
and family are leaving this gown made by her mother. _
week to make their home in Reverend Father Richard
Chattanooga. Tenn. where Bowles performed the cb
\\'Ildon111 be attending ceremony. The music playedby R 14R
Tennessee Temple :'tlrs.Iona! Canova was
Universitye all wish them beautiful! Flowers arrangedby
happiness in their new home the staff of Nancy's flowers
and occupation. were truly gorgeous. The I
Mr: and :Mrsilfrid reception held at the Edward
Fontaine the visit last Clayton home was well
week of enjoyed their son. Mr: and attended. The abundance of 60" wide 10&%-Fortrel Polyester machine wssh:; .,

!Mrs Thomas Fontaine and good food and lovely lake warm. Tumble dry, remove promptly. 10111111 oz. plaids at

daughters.!Melissa They Stephanie spent three and setting came.were enjoyed by allwho coordinated. With pant weight Ponte de Roma sollds- ()

days here and also spent sometime !Mrs Warren Stevenson 11/11V4' oz. wt. Beautiful plaid & solid Doubleknit to ';

at Disney World and received her degree from the coordinate your fall wardrobe! o
other delightful! places in University of Florida recentlyas
South Florida They have a Specialist in Education. t
returned l to their home in Becky plans to continue
lIuntll1 ton. Conn. studying in the Fall for her
:Mr andIn: Jerry PHD) in Counselling
PsychologyMark ,,
\\.ulsworth tended i I the r \
Xnnu.il Board of Directors I lodges left Sunday Our company* policy is 'to Always .luvt advtrtititfmtrcrundiM l I> i1
,in atfMtuatt supply ,in out Stan In thttvtnt f i 1/ U\\ J
tht Ktvtftittd _clll"" ,..,is not ivtilablt dui f
July Sale Wholesale Prices to vnfonsMfl natoni. TDtr ..11 proud a Ram. IChick. '
.upon"QUII' inordirthitlhtmttchandistmaybt \ \
pur chat id at tht salt pert. wtwn "it btcomtiavailablt i I\ 1 /
AUTO or you may purchait similar, qualitymttctiandittataiimilarpritt'tduclion f p f /
( (ii] J0
: : II..it tht policy Q 1
of 'G AT. to stt happy with your :: ?
puichaits. you-a f 1} W4
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-it 473-4470 & 473-4078 301 1 S. Shopping Center Starke, Fla. |

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