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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 29, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Sth Year Starke.Florida"Thursday 15 Cent ,
2nd Issue ,July 29 1976 Copy '



I Tag Renewal Deadline Is Aug. 20 \ .

County Tax Collector J.R. Kelly said. Kelly said "The people are Administrators ..
Kelly said yesterday there is "All vehicle owners must not coming in like they should, School
a general misunderstanding come in before that date and and part of the trouble is the

about the deadline for renew their tags for the misunderstanding over dates. ..
purchasing auto tags under number of months remaininguntil Some seem to think they can
the new "birthdate renewal" their next birthday. After wait until their birthday to .
regulations. this current renewal period, renew their tags, but this is ./
the owners will apply for tagsin not the case at the present
the month of their time. Renew now before the
"The present tag deadline birthdate- this time ALL usual August 20 deadline, and Staff To Get Pay Raises :
will be as it has always been in owners must renew by August after that, you will renew in
recent. years. August 20," 20," he added. your birthday month."

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Bradford school board's new $139,000 pay increase going to
i1T i1TYl. administrators and non-instructional personnel. :/:

Administrators received pay raises averaging 11 percent, or VoterL'ive'Said

approximately start soon. $1,800 per year,effective with the new school yearto

think some of this is too
p rIi .Some of these raises are
/ of line," board member
Gaskins said of the Success

? rr ; raises.
pointed out one -
-- is receiving $2,700
+ a
increase. Supervisor of Elections our hearts," Mrs. Flynn said
-yKicT said nothing during Neva Flynn declared explaining that remainingopen
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Bradford voter
County's Friday night was a
meeting, but later said
drive "definite"success decision made the
registration a by county
inequities exist in all
saying that 680 voters election office. She said this is
of the current salary
registering during the month the first year that it has been
and that some
will receive higher long drive.
: The drive began June 24 done.Mrs.
raises than other this Flynn said that

r r igjy a : pointed out with located registration around the county booths and accurate registrations figures were not on
was capped by a night-time
a, -i are receiving available yet due to the largenumbers
vigil by election office
t raise of $1,800 and of persons.
... $1,814. employees Friday; July 23. registering (Friday and
The
office remained for
also pointed out an open Saturday. She estimated that
i registration until midnightand
( administrative Mrs. Flynn said about 150 total registrations for
T WF called for $66,000 in Bradford County are more
r' ; Jockel said he was for persons registered. than 7,100 with approximately

schedule, but trimmed it three-fourths of those opting
I after talking with for the Democratic side.

., Idea.i.tit.4ta u'3srr"w1L'k.N.t/' .7t.ihTJrftv.. Ah r. x board.also said he added in "We had to stop processing
- (the registrations) because
Trooper :. Roberts gives directions: on removing its top when it failed to stop for the Southern Railway train. t experience factor in both they were coming in so fast.
demolished from ditch SR-323 south of to reward veteran
van : on just Hampton. The
van was struck in the right front, pushed back, and flipped onto3INJURED Jacksonville who have been We them just" started registering
I Three men were Injured the system. Mrs. Flynn said.

member Rodney Hall
out the school system According to rough
estimates, Bradford
County
through two austere

I Train Demolishes Van At gone, that to get is now pay increases time for 'i .r h 4 '1w. had about out of 400 the new county.registrantsfrom Henry'

Hampton the way inflation has Browder of Starke, the last
into everybody's man in at )11:45 I : was last

Three Jacksonville men train was travelling at 15 mph ( Hall then moved for California.registered to. vote in

were injured in a van-train with .lights!!, .an.d, J hornoperating. ,. of the entire c.
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... The. Friday nijlhl'n'gilitratioTi
,'..;_ wreck July 26 south of .. : I : ,both administrative' '
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Hampton at the intersection of Trooper D.C. Roberts saidat non-insturctional. Board .. '
SR-S235 and the Southern Art Holliday the used as a-iorum for sumo 't((,
the scene that the younger gave candidates who handed out .
Railroad line which crosses Heine suffered a probable .
that roadway. concussion after being thrown won't have anything to do campaign they came literature through to peopleas I he-

Robert! George Heine, 18, clear of the wreck. He came to giving any administrator" door Some of the candidates
Mike Heine and James rest in front of the overturned raise intone year,
21, D. present included
opponents
board member J.T. Stephanie Stalnaker, :3 i,
Payne 22, were all taken to vehicle. Ralph Bryan and Maxic
came with !Mom and Dad. Mr.
Shands Teaching Hospital in Payne, riding in the front Carter who are seeking the
and :Mrs. T.E. Stalnaker of
seat of the van, was thrown will happen next
Gainesville for
treatment County Commission District Isl.'at
when time for Lake Geneva, at 10:45: p.m.
it
into the rear and suffered comes
following the Monday ; Vernon 1'armenter.
afternoon accident. compound fractures of both ?" Parrish asked. Friday. District 4 School Huurd.

legs. The elder Heine, in the r i4 l I can't answer," said The office also opened Jimmy Alvarez property
The 1967 Dodge van was rear of the van, was pinned e' who is appointed and Saturday, July 2-1. for late- appraiser; Mitchell Brown
travelling south at about 45 beneath the roof of the vehicle leave office in January. comers in accordance with (County Commission District
mph when it veered left across after his legs were thrown pointed out the state regulation. I I. Joe I Pentecost. County
the road to avoid the through a side window. He has manager received a "It's out of the bigness of Commission District: :5.
oncoming train. The accident since been released from the deserved"1.000 pay
occurred as the Southern hospital. The conditions of the ;'s *.is last year, and now
Railway train struck the van other two have not been receive another increase.
on the right front spinning it disclosed by the hospital.The pointed out that Eddie Jackson Won't Run
Van lies on Its top In ditch: Just as it landed after crash. The
around and flipping it upside vehicle, valued at $500, train was traveling U, slowing!,! down for the 10-MPII: curve: In is the board's chief
I down. According to the was destroyed. The train Hampton. ... "The time spent
Highway Patrol report, the sustained $200 in damages. negotiations."I that alone." The pair

I they. have different But Schaefer, Epps

moved to amend

Who Restricted Deeds motion to vote on the

Developer and raises non- Have Hats In RingCity

I : Hall I went along! ,

the amendment pusseu. Commissioner Marc second: term and Mayor

Now Sees Matter In Different LightA administrative Gaskins raises Jackson says he's not going to Charles Schaefer will run in
passed 3-2, and
Board run for a second term but two Group 5 for a third twoyearterm.
'-' opposing. other incumbents on the .
Rodney Hall Art commission for re-election Jackson, the 30-year-old
permit construction and all lots sold to date the in third revised for up
petition by C. H. as ma petition and Chairman Pat have already qualified for the president of Jackson Building
Nasworthy for rezoning U' operation of a conveniencestore reason for his opposition.On rezoning eight acres of voted for the September 14 election. Supply attributed his decisionnot
was denied Tuesday motion bv Carl Edwards raises.
on Bayless Highway
acres of property on SR-16 property
Harold will make the to run to an "inability to
east from R1C to BR3.1.1 to night by the Bradford County seconded by William Wilson, from OK to RlC to permit non-instructional raises Epps I feel
3 for accomplish: : anything
Board. Group race trying a
Zoning the board voted to deny the mobile or conventional homeson passed unanimously
would be worthwhile. justcan't
Crux of the matter wag,deed Nasworthy petition. Member 20.000 square foot lots. and Parrish joining
the council
wilt WnwnQritr.y ( restrictions qlaced by Rex Smith abstained from The petition was strongly three on that issue. see sitting the on taxpayer's
drawing
Nasworthy on lots already voting because of what he opposed by Wiliiard Gaskins ) pointed out that a June Building and not accomplishing
sold in his development, termed 'a conflict of interest.' and family, who have a large percentage of the low money
I feel I'm
fairly
Garden Arcres, just east of Mr. and !Mrs. (Frank poultry operation across the of non-instructional Permits Murk anything.
conservative and I feel the
the city limits, forbidding the Porreca were denied on their (See Page I in doesn't work out i
individual lots from being majority of the council is not

used for business purposes. other action July 22, the Biggest Month trying to be conservative""ll1ave
Several of lots in
purchasers
I the development presentedtheir Phone Rate 1Ilc"l (lSeDelayell board: Construction in Bradford business pressures,
payment of
too'he, added. "I feel a little
deeds which they had to Triest Construction County took a spurt in July
guilty about all time spent
assumed would protect them for worn on the nine with $596,710 in building my
Until ; with} the city. I don't really
THURSDAY JULY 29 from the encroachment o'f ; Hearing classrooms now permits issued by the County have enough time for both my
commercial
enterprises. up. Zoning office through June 27. business and the
BPWMMtlng Nasworthy said the The Florida Public Service Starke if there is sufficient an emergency According to the director's would have to
C. of C.Office restrictions should not apply Commission (PSC) has interest Persons desiring a supplement of some report at the board's meeting city.: .Somebody
come with an awfully good
7:30 p.m.SATURDAY except to lots 'as you sell 'em.' denied a $240.000 interim rate hearing in Starke are asked to for a command Tuesday night, it was the to up get me to run."
JULY31 Asking to speak in his own hike to Continental Telephone call the PSC's toll-free major Principal largest total for a single story
defense, he said the property Company. number 1-800-342-3532.: Casey wants to employ month since the office was Epps 41, a resident of
Moose Lodge Dane owners 'have misconstruedmy The July decision also high school's ROTC established. Starke for over 20 years, is
Members and Guests good intentions' to bring in postponed a $318,000 across- Under the proposed Casey said the Included in new employed as a production
9 p.m.MONDAYAUGUST. a convenience store to serve the-board rate increase increase typical charge for a cannot retire until construction was a 30 by 60 supervisor at Camp Blanding.
an area where there is no such pending public hearings.Commissioner residence one-party line the school starts but community center at He was first elected to the
1 business between Starke and Paula would Jump from $8.30 a come earlier if the Sampson City issued to Mrs. commission in 1974, beatingout
Bradford Co. Commission Kingsley Lake.Barbara Hawkins has said that a public month to $12.10 and a typical would make up his lost Gladys Griffis Rout 3, Box Carlton Chastain and Bill
fiiop.m.Vac. Rasnick: said, 'We hearing could be held in business rate would Jump to Casey described! the man 299, in the name of the Glover.
have plenty of stores within $2425 from $15.15Continental outstanding applicant Sampson City Prayer Group. In Group 5, two-term com
Bible School two miles, and don't want a officials point to wants to settle in the Mrs. Griffis said that missioner Charles Schaeferwill
Grace United dirty' little old conveniencestore 2-Hour Parking Improving service and area in retirement volunteer labor will be used in be running for re-election.
Methodi'tLawtey11:30 adjoining our property.' installation of new equipmentas the service. construction, so the $12,600 Presently serving as Mayor-
p.m. William (Bill) North echoed To Be Enforced reasons for the proposed payment of a value listed in the building Commissioner, the 48-year-old
her objections, asking board increase. Recently installed to dismissed instructor permit is less that actual Schaefer is an automotive
TUESOAY.AUOUSTJStark members if they had ever Chief of Police Jimmy equipment includes a Reynolds. The teacher value of the building. The mechanic for the National
City Council counted the number of such Bowen said yesterday that computerized switching dismissed in November cement block structure will Guard at Camp Blanding. He
7 p.m. stores in Starke and enforcement of two-hour system enabling the direct did not receive proper contain meeting room, was first elected to the com-
surrounding area. 'We don'tneed parking along Call Street and dialing of long distance of a public hearing on kitchen, and two rest rooms. mission in 1972 in a 60-vote
Lake Butler Council another one out our way; one block of Walnut in front of numbers, and equipment She appealed Other June permits victory over Billy Noegel.
Special Meeting he added. the post office will be resumed enabling the automatic dismissal to the State included 18 mobile homes,
7:30 p.m. George Hernandez repeated Monday. identification for billing of Education and a valued at $100,200\) ; 16 Qualifying for city elections
objections expressed at a Bowen said the parking purposes of the number from I examiner ruled in her conventional single famHy ends late in August, but the
Union Co. Commission previous hearing when a regulations had not been which the call is being made The board at one time residences, $370,710; one Telegraph was unable to learn
fiMp.m. decision was delayed by the strictly enforced for sometime down a chance to settle poultry house, $10,000; one the exact date, as city clerk
board because of the absenceof but he was taking actions Continental has. 10.849 but last Thursday restaurant, 132,000; one Merrill Edwards is on
m r_ (Hommuntty Nasworthy who wa following complaints by subscribers in Florida and of present board greenhouse$1,360; one dock vacation. Voters may still
vacationing in the West. He downtown merchants who felt handles thirteen exchanges Jesse Wolbert house. $1.200; additions and register for city elections in
frtatr Hank cited the restrictions as that overtime parking was including Starke! Lawtey. and the (22,000 miscellaneous $68,640. The the supervisor of elections
placed ,bv Naswqrthy on hurting their business. Kingsley Lake. (See Page in) office in the courthouse. I


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S W. Call St. 964-7520 Lake Butler HearsEngineeringFirms

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c 0146TH -On Sewer ProjectPresentations


n . m .1 consulting engineering from firms four parts.facilities The or addition total*w cost of needed of the

seeking to be selected to study program will not be estimateduntil
the city's sewer improvementneeds after the council awardsthe
were heard by the Lake contract to one of the
Butler city council in a special firms.
meeting July 22. L.L. Lee, one of the firms
JULY 29AUGUST The council postponed present, built the present
choosing a firm until further sewer system in 1962 for a fee
study, and said it would of six percent of the
14
announce a choice in a special construction cost.
meeting August 3. Bids for construction of
\ Firms heard were James needed facilities as
Hutchinson of Jacksonville
\. Beach,L.L. Lee and Assoc, of determined by the Step One
JUSTIN TIME FOR BACK TO SCHOOLAll Lake City Sverdrup and planning stage the would be
Parcel of Gainesville, and accepted when design
Brand Name Merchandise All Sales Final Watson and Co. of Tampa. stage of the process was
The council must select one complete. The consulting
of the firms to initiate engineering firm would be
Rack Of
application for federal retained to oversee and
funding for the project, and to inspect during the
Panty 46 20% Discount JewelryHose draw improvements.up plans The for federal needed construction phaseIn

funds will pay 75 percent of the other business Mayor
Prices '200-. C total cost of the project, Margie Cason said that the
On All Gift including approximately city needed to set a policy
Reg M 100 300 & 6 $2,000 needed to apply for the governing sick leave and
All Sizes & Colors .f- funding. Representativesfrom vacation time. The city
Items the firms said chances presently has no policy and
K were good that the application each request is handled
would be accepted. individually.
Sewer improvements will '1 was nominated for mayor
Rack Of All progress in three steps after Wednesday night, and
acceptance of the application. Thursday two city employeesasked
\ Step One consists of study of for time off..I want the
Brandname
the present sewer system and full city council to set a
II its problems. The engineers at policy,' Cason said.
} ( Sportswear Thursday night's meeting While no action was take ,
\ mentioned that the main council postponed action on a
J problem Is infiltration of letter to the Department of
1 1w
'i-) v I AllSwimwear ground water through pipe Offender Rehabilitation
leaks into the sewage concerning increased water
t collection system whichis rates for the Reception and
Shorts overloading the 250,000 Medical Center near Lake
gallon capacity of the plant. Butler.
Pants Sizes 3 To 13 Step Two involves the The council also postponeduntil
1 design of solutions, which the August 11 regular
Straw skirts And 6 To 20 could be simply the repair or meeting action on new millagefor
replacement of leaky pipes, the next fiscal year.
1 or expansion\ of theplanlwhich Presently millage is set at
Handbags Blouses would provide for 7,574 or $7.57 per $1000
'a future growth in demand on assessed value, and the
] Knit Tops \' the sewer system. council has previously expressed
/2 Price The third step would be the its unwillingness to
JacketsDresses actual construction oi new increase.

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\ These.-lIer'slake a breather from packing for the annual"
Shorts Pants Congress at the University of Florida. The group left Mondayand
will return Friday.
Those making the trip are 4-11 advisor Lowell Parrlsh. Gene
Joyner.Tasha "Livingston Tamml Johns Harold Haters,Cindy
w : And To Marked \ Bryan, and Stacey llayes.4II'ers .

Attend Congress

Down For
Six4-ll'ersarerepresenting Fashion Revue category.
Bradford County this week at Harold Waters,Jr.,will serve
v 1 Rack Of Men's the Florida 4-H Congress at as a delegate at large.
1 This Sale I the University cf) Florida. All of these 4-H'ers will take
They left Monday at noon part in special assemblies and
Knit Suit and will return to Starke on events during the week.
Friday A team of Gene 4-H is open to all without
Name Brand Values To '8995 Joyner) Stacey Hayes, Cindy regard to race, color or
Bryan and Tammie Johns are national origin. For further
One Rack Of Now entered in the meats judging information about 4-H,
Short Sleeve $ 3 94 6 contest while Tasha contact Lowell Parrish at 964-
Farah Livingston will compete in the 6554.

Press Shirts Slacks

Values To S14 / One Rack Of Home CrownCUCUMBERS
\ Values I To $990

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. Miss Norma Canova Hostess At Bridge-Luncheon


Mill NormaCanova plant and lirope in stemmed Preceding the dessert fflte Jf WJ !
entertained at a lovely bridge- vases. At other points of course of birthday cake and 64.ide PI
luncheon last Thursday in the interest in the party room ice cream the guests sang [ !
Pecan room of the Garden were colorful arrangements of happy birthday to Mrs. Buck
Restuarant.Miss hydrangeas. and C.N. Christy. lI/oolr .'ociely trdilory
Canova and her sister, __ .. .... w '" ':
Mrs. Charles R. Buck of Diann Mosher Shower Honoree -- -
Palatka, greeted the guests at Celebrates 90th Mosher
Mary Beam Birthday Diann Moore And Estan
the door and Mrs. Carolyn Mrs Estan Mosher, the with a white cloth over purple .
Canova assisted in former Diann Moore, was and centered with a purple Also present- were 10 I
serving.
and Mrs
Three tables of bridge were honored at a bridal shower. and white floral arrangement. E.E.The Thornton home of Mr.on Kingsley grandchildren and five great Repeat Vows July 17 At Pine LevelMiss
played during the morning Thursday night,July 8, held in Games were played by the the grandchildren Mrs. Beam's
Lake the setting for !
Level Church 46 and prizes awarded.The was
and afternoon and prizes the Pine Baptist guests brother and nephew of
Hall.A included Mrs. L. V. celebration of the 90th Diann Frances Moore,
awarded.At Fellowship guests Detroit, Mich. James Watson
Lillian
lavendar and purple color Moore and Mrs. Cottle, birthday of Mary daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
1 o'clock the 12 bridge and son, James; two sisters, miiiiui
Beam on Sunday, July 18 Leonard V. Moore of Starke,
players were joined by 12 motif was used in the mother and grandmother of honored Juanita Foster of Norfolk,
Thirty-seven guests became the bride of Estan
.
additional decorations.The the honoree. and of
guests for Va., Shirley Bragg
champagne punch served refreshment table was Hostesses were Mrs. Joe her on this occasion. Richmond, Ba., Edna Wood Gary Mosher, son of Milton
from a crystal punch bowl and covered with a white cloth Thornton,Mrs. Owen Alvarez, Mrs. Beam was born in and Belle Addison of Doctor's Mosher of High Springs and 1
luncheon.The edged with grey and white Mrs. Mark Moody, Mrs. Jesse Durham, England and came Inlet. Maywood Jones of Plant City,
long banquet table held lace and centered with a silver Ricks, Mrs. James Davis, to this country at an early age. on Saturday,July 17,at 8 p.m.
three of epergnette holding lavendar Mrs.Joel Jackson Mrs. W. T. She married Cyrus E. Beamof In the Pine Level Baptist
summer flowers arrangements composed by cloth flowers & white taoers. Smith, Mrs. J. M. Norman, Colburn, Va. The couple Stella Hazen, Church with Kev. Gary L.
The gift table was overlaid Mrs. A. B. Whitehead, Mrs. resided in Starke since 1940. Wheeler performing the
roses, marigolds shrimp
Since the death of Mr. Beamin
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Vernie Thornton: Mrs. Crag Royce JoynerEngagement nuptials.Mrs.
Estan- Mosher, Diann Moore Padgett, Mrs.Robert wilner, 1965 Mrs.Beam has resided George Canova
Mrs. T. A. Murrow, Mrs. with her son-in-law and ToldMr. organist, and Mrs. HaroldBishop
. Guests At DinnerThe Jimmy Thornton and Mrs. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E.E. soloist, presented! \ a
Joseph Starling Thornton. program of nuptial music.
Attending the occasion were .and Mrs.Jack E. Hazen Centering the altar was a
family of Estan G. greenery and yellow candles. six of Mrs. Beam's eight sons of Starke announce the bronze arch holding white A
Mosher hosted a buffet supper During the supper the and daughters and their engagement and approaching flanked r' d dcp
July 16 in the Pine Level couple presented guts to their NORMAN: and REUNION friends of the families: Lorraine Haddock, marriage of their daughter, tapers arrangements lavendar by pedestal and
Church educationalbuilding attendants. Relatives Ivan E. Beam and Robert L. Stella Ann, to Royce Randel white gladioli, lavendar
Mosher and Out-of-tow guests included late S.J. and Emma Carter of Jacksonville' of Mr. and
for Mr. Beam : Joyner, Jr., son white
Diann Moore Rev. and Mrs. Gary Wheelerof Norman will have their of Ormond R. Sr. of chrysanthemums
his fiancee, Margaret Penoyer Mrs. Royce Joyner with highlights of
Lake City, Martin Mosherof annual reunion Sunday pompoms
the couple'swedding Beach, Vivian Addison of
following Hampton. srtt'i
rehearsal.The Trenton,N.J..Mr. and Mrs. August 8, at the Lake Butler Doctors Inlet and Thelma Wedding plans will be gypsophelia. Garlands of i tl e d yy yyt
and white
Mosher and Center.A cascading greenery i
Milton Henry Community
Thornton of Kingsley Lake. announced at a later date.
tables children of Albuqurque, N.M. basket lunch will be florets iraped the altar
U-shaped were Ann L. Beam of Tampa and Miss Hazen and Mr. Joynerare
covered with white linen and Alan Hargrove of Fort served at 1 o'clock. Eugene Beam of Denver, both graduates of railing marked.ne with family white satin pews bows were

cloths and centered with Walton Beach. Colo were unable to attend. Bradford High School. She and sprays of stephanotis.Alan .
graduated in 1974 and he In attended
Hargrove as
1976.Mr. best man. Ushers were Pat
-' Joyner is presently a Hargrove,Len Moore,brotherof
iBARli- carpenter in Gainesville. the bride and Martin
Mosher,brother of the groom. t
PaulMoody Miss Charlotte Diane .
/ Whitehead served as maid of '
Celebrates 2nd honor. Attendants were Mrs.
Jr --- William S. Copeland sister of ? J U l
Birthday SaturdayLittle the groom Miss Sandra
Ebling, Miss Terry Moore,
cousin of the bride, and Tracy
Paul Moody Davis, Junior bridesmaid,
celebrated his second cousin of the bride.
iPECIALBEDROOM
ODDWALNUT birthday Saturday afternoon The maid of honor and
when his parents, Mr. and attendants were gowned alikein
SUITE CHINATriple Mrs. Mark Moody, gave a long lavendar lutesong
4PC One Only party for him and 15 friends at gowns with empire waistline
Dresser their home in Lake Butler. and full flared short sleeves.

5 Drawer Chest @V 2 4 9 9 5 Ideal For Dining Room $ 1 6 9 9 5 was decorations A blue carried and and out white refreshmentstable in color the party motif They The trimmed waist wore with and sheer white neckline white soft ripple were lace.

Bed & Nite Table Or Kitchen Now Just appointments.The hats. The maid of honor Mr. and Mr*. Estan Moahrr
youngsters were given carried a nosegay of lavendar
.
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< '. !4'. '' ''If favors of balloons and storybooks white miniature miniature carnations, dark
-it' Need Extra Closet Space? pompoms Davis, II (HaJJ) cousin of the
One Dollar Each and enjoyed ice cream carnations, dark lavendar bride, was ring-bearer. lavendar statice and
._-- Beautiful Solid CedarWARDROBES and cake. statice and froths of baby's The bride, given In gypsophilia with flowing
Assisting were Paul's breath with gingham bows her father, streamers of white and
Your Choice < marriage by worea
grandmother, Mrs. R.A. and streamers. Attendants full of importedsilk lavendar gingham satin. Thebrlde's
length
gown
THROW Colson and his aunt, Mrs.
From / carried nosegays of lavendar organza over taffeta, going away corsagewas
; Wilbur Waters. carnations, dark lavendar of white bridal roses in
: !trimmed with chantilly lace.

$1 3 Sizes Some With statice, white bachelor The fitted bodice featured a illusions of baby's breath tied
PILLOWS 1 buttons and froths of baby's sheer yoke with high collar with white satin.
Mirrors: ;. Some With $1 1 1049I ELECT DONNA breath with gingham bows trimmed with wide chantillylace. A reception was held in the
church educational
Blanket Drawer : and streamers. The gown had full sheer building
FAXONDemocrat Ardith McCollough cousinof bishop sleeves which ended in which was decorated with
the bride, served as flower lace cuffs. The A-line skirt fell standing palms and two large
RollTopDESKS One Only Used for State Senate girl and was attired similar to from an empire waistline.The baskets of lavendar and white
Districts the attendants. She carried a attached train continued the gladioli, chrysanthemumspompoms
Pad Poltml small white wicker basket lace border A and gypsophilia.Mrs. .
rfMrtumrat Pad
From jar pattern.
BUNK by Jok*Acton. :7>.'........ P O. Sax with gingham bow and delicate lace cap secured the Gary Wheeler and
$7995 411., Gdnnufe.,FL aeot streamers and filled with sheer veil. She carried a Mrs. Joe Warren greeted the
1" on
$ 5 white rose petals. Harold K. cascade of white bridal roses guests at the door. Miss
Cheryl Anne Cottle, cousin of
9 99 the bride, kept the bride's
Maple & Pecan Finish BEDS book. Standing in the

Complete receiving line were the bride
r 60 Years Of Service To and groom and their parents..
The bride's table was
covered with a net trimmed
:aHOSTESSCART Bradford Union Clay Residents satin cloth over satin and
o22STOOlS' centered with a four tiered
BAR & cake topped with a silver
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with interlocked
cross rings.
'.Pine.Or Cherry 95 ;9 That's The History This was balanced by silver
$ $ candelabra with burning

'Your Choice 8 9 Now Just ,1 15 DeWitt C.JonesFuneral tapers.the Mrs.cake.Jimmy Thorntoncut

The two punch tables were
Home covered with satin cloths
centered with crystal punch
La-Z-Boy bowls and held arrangementsof
lavendar cloth flowers
SWIVEL From REGLINA From We Are Always made by Mrs. Owen Alvarez,
Jr.
$ 95 Around When NeededOur Assisting were Mrs. Dotty
159 $11995 Kite, Mrs. Floyd Smith, Mrs.
ROCKERSLaZBoy ROCKERS Franklin O'Steen Mrs. Joe
Professional Approach And The Thornton,Mrs.Craig Padgett,
Mrs. Woodrow Thomas, Mrs.
.Small Bedroom .-." Huge savings On Any I Sincere Concern We Have Shown Toward ThoseIn Owen Alvarez, Mrs. Joey
;
Mrs. ,
Bakken Owens
Get More Open Space By Using Need Has Earned Us An Excellent Virgel
: Reputation. Mrs. M.B. McRae Mrs. J.G.
SOFA LOVE .
MATCHING SEAT
Jackson, Mrs. Bishop Myrick,
BUNK: BEDS Save Up To NDCHA'IR. Save As MuchAs i Miss Darlene Townsend Mrs.
Carlton Bussey Mrs. Marlon

,Bookcase. Wagon Wheel $ 3 1 1 _..95 Velvet Or Print $ 1 000.Maple OnANationalSurveyForFuneral Thornton.In Thornton. and Miss Tia

&:. Or Pine' _.'., =. _.:,"-, 4 In Stock ; Directors 98 % Of was charge Miss Winifred of the gift Cottle table,

aunt of the bride.
Discount On All Just Arrived Good Selection Of Those Surveyed Preferred A Service By An Following a wedding trip to
Daytona Beach the couple is
Older Established Funeral Home. They residing at 320 Dogwood Ave.,
.
LAWNFURNITURE MARBLE TABLES High Springs.
Indicated The bride is a 1974 graduateof
The Cost For The Service Would Be Bradford High School and

Less In An Older graduated from Lake City
1- Home. Community College in 1976.
SOFA BEDS The groom is a 1974
Only Well This Is Certainly True Of graduate of Santa Fe High
Includes Porch Rockers Swings, Aluminum School and 1976 graduate of
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Folding Redwood With Cushions t."!; ,"l Plaid' 1 199 :,\ DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. College.salesman He for Dean is presently Davis Auto a

parts in High Springs.

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MANY OTHER ITEMS ALSO REDUCEDIt's
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A Fact You Can Do Better At PRE-ARRANGEMENTS FOR A FU NERAL lunch River afterwards.The and enjoyed. a picnic

J-; 12 young people were
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
DeWitt C.JonesFuneral Steve Wright, Mrs. Glen
Moore, Miss Mary Francis
Goodge and Mr. and Mrs.
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Celebrates3rd house ralsings and barn on 'CP8@CP 8 X64,1{ CJJ\I(0CW--------{ \ Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DIiPre
stormings> but "a house visited their daughter and Mr. ,md Mrs Dick E&gersrpturind
painting' Is the first: LilaCaldwell's to then home In
family, Mr. and Mrs. B.G.
BirthdayTodd two daughters, Claude Crowson has been Mrs. David Mendenhall of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mcintyre in Ponte Vedra Huntsville Ala Thursday
Lila Rae Yawn and June transferred from Bradford Stone Mountain, Ga. is Herrmann and family of A. T. Tillis of Tampa' visited Beach Sunday. after a weeks visit! with Mr
Hall celebrated his Edwards and her six County Hospital to Gainesville spending this week with her Chicago, 111. were last week Mr. and Mrs. .Harvey and Mrs E. J. Eggers.Mr .
third birthday Friday,July 16 grandchildren descended on VA Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. guests of Mr. and Mrs Henry Edwards on Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Dorothy Waters of
when his parents, Mr. and her early Saturday morning Hardy.Mr. Mendenhall joined Stefanelli. Tallahassee and Keith und Mrs. Gerald a
Mrs. Charles Hall gave a armed with paint brushes andcans Ann Allen underwent a the family Wednesday for the and Mrs. Howard Johnson( of Montgomery, Ala Norman and children spent '.
of white paint and tonsilectomy Tuesday in rest of the week. Meyer visited! Mr. and Mrs. the ucukund Dundee with
family swim party for him at Shelley and Jason Starlingof spent the first of the week with in
their Crystal Lake home. dressed for the occasion and Alachua General Hospital.Mr. Panama City spent the past Jimmy Meyer in Jacksonville Mrs. Vergie Flynn. Mr. and Mrs J I. l<:. Waters. I If
The Superman theme was painted the whole outside of Mr.and Mrs. Charles Boyer week with their grandparents. on) Sunday. ,
carried out in the refreshment her house. Mrs. Caldwell .and Mrs. Robbie Shaller of Palisades N.J. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W L. Thomas Mr. and Mrs.Charles Mr. and :Mrs Lynwood
table decorations and on the provided cold drinks and visited Mr. and Mrs. Ogden his mother Mrs. Ella Moody, and Mr. and Mrs Joe) Mrs. Merle Mardis of Detthng of Sarasota were Walters of M.-u-linsvilU': Va
cake. sandwich lunch to the crew Bates In Jacksonville on this week. Starling. Morgantown, W Va Is weekend guests of Mr and are visiting ,Mr. and Mrs. S
Among those attending during the day. With the Sunday.Friends of Mr. Bates, visiting Miss Madge Mrs. Horace Williford on the L Peck Jr).' tins week
were Todd's aunt Mrs. temperature hovering in the a former resident of State Miss Hannah Hayes of Middleton. old Brownlee Road
Richard Sieg and children, mid 90's on Saturday that Farm, will regret to hear he Miami has spent the past five Lauren and Leanne and crew of younguns proved that broke his left arm and weeks with her grandmother,
grandmother, Mrs. Anna there are still some good dislocated his shoulder in a Mrs. E. W. Hayes at Kingsley .
Leaptrot of Jacksonville. apples in the upcoming fall while vacationing In Lake. Joining them over the
generation. Nantucket RI recently. weekend were Mr. and Mrs.J. .
.F.Thrasher! and Children of
Misfits HoldCookout Among the out-of-town Mrs. Louise Sapp and Mrs. Sylvester, Ga.
guests at the Diann Moore- Frieda Norman spent last !.ITnE
July 24 Eatan Mosher wedding July week in Fort Lauderdale Buddy Grider of CAT IS PACK
17 at Pine Level Baptist visiting Mrs. L.A. Sanders.Mr. Fernandina Beach spent
Members of the Misfits Church were Mrs. Ralph Sunday to Wednesday with his
Softball team entertained Alvarez of Lakeland and Mrs. and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. .
their wives and families witha Myrtle Sasser of Woodbine, were vacationing last week in Grider. Joining the family on
lake party and cookout at Ga. Geneva Switzerland and Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. R. "AND THE PLAYING HASSTOPPED"
the Officer's Club at Camp Munich, Germany. W. Douville, Sr. of Orange
Blanding on Saturday July 24. Mrs. James Montuoro and Park and Dr. Douville Jr. of
Water games including daughter, Christie of Tampa Mrs. Ethel Simmons of Tampa.Mr. .
football, and boat rides spent Sunday to Tuesday with Richmond Va. spent the '
furnished by Paul Wheeler parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mac weekend with her aunt Mrs. and Mrs. Charles
and Tommy Wise were Baldwin while enroute to Bertha Pearce. Francis and family returned
enjoyed by the children. Jackson Tenn. where the Tuesday from ten days visit Yes' Mac Baldwin Has Returned Fromtry'
family is being transferred. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny with his mother Mrs Ernest
Donna Deen, Mr. Montuoro has been in Andrews of New River were Francis in Woodbury. Tenn.
Jackson the past week wherehe Sunday visitors of Mrs. Freida Switzerland And We Have Some
John Minton has been promoted to store Norman. a

To Wed Aug. 6 Montgomery merchandiser Ward. for Hamilton Mr. and and Mrs.son Sherrod Jim $crumPdiLYisbuSIII Good Clean Used Cars I

Donna Deen daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sparksand returned Sunday from two
Plyme Deen and Dorris Deenof Mr. and Mrs. James weeks visit with relatives in That Have
Hawthorne and John A. O'Brian of Starke and Miss Atlanta and Winder Ga. and
Minton son of Sam K. Minton Marilyn Floyd of Fort White in Madison Heights Va.
and Virginia R. Minton, will were tubing on the GotToGo
be united in marriage Friday. Ichetucknee River last Mrs. George Miller was a '
August 6 at 9 p.m.at the homeof Thursday.Mrs. medical patient Tuesday to
Sam K. Minton in Monday in Alachua General
Hawthorne. Wheeler Nolan of Hospital. III
Miss Dean and Mr. Mintonare Jacksonville was weekend Illi, .
employed at Carlton's guest of Mrs. O.L. Beasleyand Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Morganof LOOK AT THESEJ"
Dairy and Edward's Dairy in Mrs. J.W. Kincaid. Ruskin and Mrs. Kay .
Hawthorne. Carroll of Leesburg were
Mr.and Mrs.L.M. Stoner of weekend guests of Mr. and (
Ocala and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mrs. Roy demons. ;
Stoner of Palatka were
BIRTHS weekend guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. LaRue
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son, Joshua Shawn, born July children of Sterling Va. and Kingsley Lake. $3995
24 in Orange Park. Mrs. Terry Jones and son of
Maternal grandparents are Toronto Canada spent: the Miss Sue Morris of 2 0 *
Paul Griffis of Keystone past two weeks with their Pompano Beach Is visiting herbrotherInlaw ONLY .
1974 MERCURY CAPRI- Dr. Sedan 4 4
Heights and Betty Hutton of parents, Col. and Mrs. J.A. and sister. Mr. Cyl., Speed :
'Arkansas. Paternal Scanlan. Mrs. Scanlan is and Mrs. S.G. Denmark for Nothing laste like Mr. M.sly-.
grandparents are Mr. and home following surgery in several days. Ice cold and timjling! with flavor.. Transmission Good Solid Transportation THAT'SECONOMY j
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Mrs. Floyd L. Fugatt, Sr. of Hospital.Rev.
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one a $2495
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; now ., USDA Increases Payments For Lunch, Breakfast, Milk, And Day Care ProgramsATLANTA I
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Mrs. Marlon Conner of Local admittances to -,School cents.The additional average percent Increase in the food 1975 to May 1976,FNS officials FNS officials said the rates
Ga. School National School Lunch became effective
of
payment
Orlando gave a family dinner Bradford County Hospital this from home series of the I
and payment for each reduced- away said. .
breakfast, milk, and Breakfast, Milk
party last Friday noon at the week include: Mrs. Sallie lunch will Child Care Special Food Programs.The price breakfast, which has, CPI during the period, June July 1.L
Branding Iron celebrating the Underwood, Mrs. Alma day care programs I
been 19 cents, will be
Nazworth.birthday _of Helping Mrs. Cary to Starling Mrs. Nina,Mrs.Sanders Johnnie, Brown Dennis, receive in line with increased the change payments in the average national value of commodities minimum additional increased to 19.50 cents. The : .,,; \ : :i 'a;: :
Lezlak, Mrs. Bernice Consumer Price Index (CPI donated for the National average paymentfor ,
celebrate the occasion were a free breakfast,which has :
Bateman, Mrs. the U.S. Department of School Lunch Program was L VV.-i:
Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae Myrtice !
been 25.25 cents, will be
(USDA) has also increased.In :
and Mrs. Billy Dampier and Silcox,Mrs.Annie DewBerry, Agriculture I :
National School increased to 26 cents, FNS (
son Todd of Starke, Greg and Mrs. Thelma Alvarez, Mrs. announced. the officials noted.Maximum I
Larry Nazworth, MargaretAnn Delma Johnson, Mrs. Neomie Officials of USDA's Foor Lunch Program in national
Conner, Ann Thomas, Charles Griffis, and Nutrition Service (FNS) average payment to states: rates of
Harley, Mrs. Bobby Mary Crawfordand Thomas Crawford and Mrs. said the adjustments, used in turn by schools and reimbursement states may 155 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. 964-7329
Children Chuck and Margie Underhill of Starke; effective July I, reflect the institutions to help defray food pay schools and institutions
remain at 40 cents for each
Betty Ann of Providence and Mrs. Lois Brown Mrs. Ruby 3.125 per cent increase in the costs for each lunch served,
Mrs. Barnev McRae, Jr of Mathes of Hampton; George CPI for the 6 month period, will be increased from 12.50 reduced-price breakfast and
Lake City.Debbie Tetstone Brooker; Mrs.Toy December through May, 1976. cents and 13.00 cents, FNS 45 cents for each free
Way,Mrs.Mary Osborn,Glen The increased payments officials said. Within that breakfast.
Harris and Willie Rhoden of assist schools and institutions average,states are authorizedto States earn payments in the
Spengler of the Keystone Heights; Mrs. which participate in the vary the rate of Child Care Food Porgram at
West Florida the same levels as they do
University of Jessie Brown of Lake Geneva. reimbursement up to a .C
v was home last Wednesday to maximum of 19 cents a lunch. under the school lunch and
*-A Saturday Previously the ceiling was school breakfast programs.
J.y.-K-.w 18.50 cents. Payments for midmorningand
The additional average mid-afternoon snacks
Mr.and Mrs.Richard Welty payment to states for lunches remain at 5.25 cents. Reduced
Mrs. Patricia and family were sight seeingin served to needy children will price snacks will be
Tallahassee on Saturday.Mrs. be increased by 1.75 cents to reimbursed an additional
Horoscope & '-\ I,: 48.50 cents for a reducedpricelunch 10.75 cents and free snacks
T. K. Stokes is will be reimbursed
and 58.50 for a free an
Palm Reading ' PAST PRESENT oMEUPUL Jacksonville with their son-in- The maximum The national average
ADVICE OAla FUTURE. law and daughter, Mr.and reimbursement states may minimum value of
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IN PRIVACY OP MY HOME 8P'M' 7 DAYS and Children have returned to 86.50 cents. National School Lunch
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HIGHWAY 17-3 MILES NORTH GCS Under the School Breakfast Program Sale $11995,gt
after a weeks visit with their Program, the national Program for the period, July
ACROSS Lastfamily
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I Starke's Dixie Youth All-Stars Second In Sub-District I




cost in the second inning on three Allen pitched and got the win. innings, since he only pitched the games all the way each
Throwing errors more straight singles Scott In their second game the 11 Innings in the first three time, a big improvement over
Starke the Dixie Youth All- R.'V Mrgt x Allen and Kenny McNeal both Starke all-stars lout 11-3 to games. previous years when the
Star Sub-District Basebal I II singled and scored on another eventual tournament The two Orange Park Orange Park teams
undeteated I
Tournament
as
Bel-Med American of Orange single by Rowdy Waters to champion Bel-Med American teams, Middleburg Lake dominated "the tournament.
make it 910. Kenny Clark homered for Butler and Starke made up "I love it. says Recreation
them in the
Park edged 5-4
Davis of
Randal the
title here last Frida Y; At that point Allen came in Starke in that game. the double elimination Director
game Youth baseball
to pitch. Bel-Med National got Although Starke came back tournament. Lake Butler lost Dixie
BelMedyscored four runsIn just one more run on the with the third game to win to 12-0 to tourney champ Bel- program terming it his
( it 11-9 In the and 11-4 to Bel- favorite. The Dixie Youth
the second inning on four : homer, making get into the finals, Coach Med American in Starke
baseball
program
third inning. Randal Davis was forced to Med National.
Starke both throwing
errors allows boys 10, 11 and 12 to
tied the 11-11 in
mistakes and mental errors. Starke game bring on his ace pitcher Scott
of the third when Starke lost two participate in baseball. Some
The four run rally came Vr the bottom Allen to hold off Bel-Med Even though
without benefit of a base hit. Ricky Sullivan singled and National. Dixie Youth of the three games it played nine-year-olds participate If
Starke all-stars fielded Kenny Clark walked. The pair tournament rules limit a with Bel-Med National and physically mature enough to
His
the ball okay, but threw wideto advanced to second and third pitcher in consecutive. Thus Bel-Med American, the local play with the older boys but
the base, pulling the on a passed ball. They scored when Starke took on baseballers this year stayed In must be approved by Davis.
baseman off the bag or when Keith Griffis singled into tournament champion Bel- .1
V. throwing to the wrong base. A right field and the ball got past Med American last Friday
v mental error cost the Starke the Bel-Med National right night, Allen was lost to the Grand OpeningAugust
nine a run when the catcher fielder, tieing the game 11-11 team as a pitcher.
had the ball in plenty of time and setting the stage forWatkins' Had Starke won Friday 2, 1976
pinch hit double to night against undefeated Bel-
but did not tag a runner
because he it score the winning run In the Med American another game
scoring force out. thought The SUrke All-Star captured second place In the Ail-Star tournament which ended July 23 bottom of the sixth. would have been necessary to Under New Management
was a
here. Starke beat the Middleburg determine the league
The was tied 1-1 until
Bel-Med's game four run rally in the Front (l-r) Ricky Sullivan Ed Winkler Chuck Johnson, Rowdy Waters Daryl Thornton. all-stars 16-2 in its first of the champion since both teams Bonnie E. Murray
third on the strength of two Emmett Watkins, Clayton Norman, and John Thompson tournament. John Riggs and would then have had one
home runs, one by each Rear, coach Randy Crews, Barry Johnston Keith Griffin, Kenny Clark John Riggs.Kenny Chuck Johnson homered for defeat. In that game Allen \ Hair Sful
team's lead off batter in the McNeal.Scott Allen,Jimmy Dlggs, and Coach Randall Davis. Not pictured Bryan Thomas. Starke in that game. Scott could have pitched twoYoung's ,t'o\es Ties

second inningKeith Clark for
Starke and D. Keller for Bel- Emmitt Watkins' pinch-hit the rest of the way. Allen three Starke errors in the top I I Get Aquainted
Med! American. double in the bottom of the didn't get rattled by a home of the third inning to go ahead CA THY TA YLOR I LORETTA ROSS
Bel-Med American's 5-1. sixth inning scored Keith run off him and held Bel-Med 103.But Barber Shop OPERATORS Sale OPERATORS
lead held steady until Starkefirst Griffis from second base and National to that hit and one Starke came right backin
baseman Rowdy Water i pushed Starke into the finalsof single. He pitched scoreless the bottom of the third with SR. 100 Lake Butler LaMaur Organ! Curl Protien Perm $1 1 boo
homered a booming hit over the sub-district ball in the third, fourth, fifth Clark's grand slam plus two
the centerfield fence with one' tournament. and sixth innings, walking just more runs to stay in the ball NOW OPEN Includes Haircut
out in the fifth cutting the OF 1 With the score knotted 11-11 two and striking out five. game at 910.
leading to 52. in the bottom of the sixth and Starke went ahead 3-1 in the Starke loaded the bases Mon Sat.
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In the top of the sixth i final inning of regular play second inning of the semi-final when Barry Johnston led off \lallzeIec\ Any Style N! gA
Starke's all-stars loaded the s Keith Griffis led off with a game Thursday night scoring with single, Clayton Norman Roy Morgan Jr. '4eSP' b1nrrh )t
bases and came up with tW) single, then went to secondi three runs on four hits singled, and Ricky Sullivan n5tW s Ut Monfh O lfJ' a
more runs when Scott Allewas i base on a passed ball. The Including doubles by Ricky singled. Kenny Clark followed New Manager MeN0 H$20$ ..q.
safe on an error on the! hard-hitting Watkins worked Sullivan and Kenny Clark, anda with his grand slam to score LONG HAIR STYLES REG. HAIR CUTS fJlJs,
pitcher, and Keith Clar c the pitcher' from Orange walk. four runs, making it 10-7 with
walked, Allen and Clar i Park s Bel-Med Nationali Bel-Med National came up Bel-Med National on top. WOMEN'S HAIR CUTS 3 MI. S. On 301 964-8200
scored on a single by Keitt i team to a full 3-2 count before nine runs on five hits and Starke added two more runs
Griffis_ which! got; past the! Bel I- stroking the double into right

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baseman. from second with the winning

pitcher But Mark Bel-Med Stock American struck out run.Starke batters banged out 17 'J'ohrftlHentennial &

Emmett Watkins and Rowdy hits in the 12.11 win which put <
Waters to win the sub-district them into the finals Friday FOOD
championship. Stock was a night against the eventual
pitching and hitting star with sub-district champions, Bel-
three homers in the series, Med American of Orange a
two of them grand-slams. Park.
Starke all-star coach Kenny Clark hit a grand
Randal Davis was worried slam home run in the second FAIR
about his pitching for the final inning with the Starke all-
game but Denny Clark, Davis stars trailing 10-2 to put the
said later, pitched good local team back into the

giving enough up to just win one any hit game the, ballgame.Starke's ace hurler Scott SUPERMARKETS 5O <: OFF 3O < OFF

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senior Boys To Guaranty Federal Wins Title In Dixie YouthGuaranty I



Federal went I 11-5 on an error by the GF: third missed home plate and was Keith Griffis' RBI single In champs with 10-6 record.
Compete In District over runner-up Gem Jewelry baseman and a walk ruled out on appeal. The play the UD of the fifth scored Runner-up Gem Jewelry
in a Dixie Youth Baseball advanced to second and thirdon also put Sullivan back on Kevin McNeal, who had ended with an even 8-8 record
game Monday,July 26, which a passed ball, and scored second base.Sullivan walked to put GF:up 65. ThenIn
determined the of the top of the sixth GF Chamber of Commerce was 9-
champion on a single to right field by
Starke's senior boys slow Godsey, Michael Kitchens, Invitational.The the 10-11-12 year .old Keith Griffis. Jonathan then scored on an added five more runs on one 7,Super D 8-8,and Elks Lodge
pitch Softball team sponsored Robert Corbin, Bret baseballer league sponsored Johnson walked and with RBI single by Clayton hit and eight walks for the R-in The Championship was
by the Starke Recreation Marchant senior boys divisions is Norman. Norman advanced to delayed until Monday because
Edwin
11-5
Akridge, by the Starke Recreation Griffis still on base, Jason winning margin.
Department will compete this Jerry Sullivan, Gary Bakken. relatively new in the Amateur third on a wild pitch and a of the all-star tournament this
Department.Scott Bennett singled and drove in
weekend in a Senior Boys Jerry Blalock, Richard Softball Association, Davie walk, and scored the tieingrun past week.
District Tournament in Norman, and Coach Davis. says,and there are only three Allen went all the way two more runs which put GF on another wild pitch. GF ended the season league
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Lakeland by the teams in Starke's district. on the mound for GF, strikingout up --
sponsored 'We've got a good ball club. 1
Amateur Softball Association. If we play like we're capableof Therefore, no subdistrict 14.walking,and allowingfive In bottom of the fourth :
City Recreation Director playing, we've got a good tournament was held and the hits for the victory. Allen GemJewelry tied it 5-5 on j ; 2 ..
Randall Davis, who also chance to win,' Davis! says. teams will go directly to the also had a solo home run In the three hits. Barry Reddish led .
coaches the team, says his district in Lakeland this first! inning. off with a single, went to ,<'
boys have a good chance of The seniors played as a weekend. Gem Jewelry tied it up 1.1 in second when Edward Crews
taking district honors if they team in the local men's slow Starke will play at 9:30: p.m. the bottom of the first on a walked. Craig Sapp singled .,
play up to their capability. pitch softball team. They also Friday,July 30,on Field No. 3 walk and a series of passed through second base scoring "'r, ..'
Starke team members are entered several area In Westside Park In Lakeland. balls. Reddish from second. Ricky
Donald Thomas. Robert invitational tournaments to If the Local Boys win Friday GF came up with four runs Sullivan followed with a .
Edmondson, Ernest Tanner home their skills coming in night they will play again on two hits. Scott Allen and double to right field scoring
Dinky Kilby,Scott Hull, David third in the Brooker Saturday. Kenny McNeal were admitted Crews and Sapp, but Crews

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Playing around with the
FAIR line-up isn't the thing to do
when .vou're ahead intournament
play Starke's
First Church
(!!) Baptist

CONSUMER CORNER-AS AMERICAN AS CHICKEN? SUPERMARKETS softballers found out last
Thursday night when they
THE WORDS "AS AMERICAN AS CHICKEN" MIGHT RUFFLE A FEW INTERNATIONAl FEATHERS. THE BIRD IS EQUALLYAT were beaten 23.22 after
HOME IN GREEK ITALIAN CHINESE, POLYNESIAN. PERSIAN. AND FRENCH KITCHENS. BUT THE WISH FOR A leading 17-4 in the fifth inningof
CHICKEN EVERY POT DOES COME TRUE ABOUT ONCE EACH WEEK IN MOST AMERICAN HOMES. THIS YEAR'SNATIONAL the Men's Church Sub-
CHICKEN COOKING CONTEST FOCUSED ON THE BICENTENNIAL FLAVOR OF CHICKEN. BUT THE RECIPES we are pleased to accept district Slow Pitch Softball
FROM FIFTY STATES ONLY PROVED THAT CHICKEN IS THE INTERNATIONAL FLAVOR CARRIER. IT GOES WITH Tournarpent olaved at
CHUTNEY, PEANUTS, PINEAPPLE, ORANGES HONEY TOMATO SAUCE CURRY. PICKLES, OLIVES, WINE, COCONUT FOOD STAMPCOUPONS Westside Park in Starke.Churchof
First Presbyterian
AND ON AND ON. NO NEED TO GET IN A ONE-STYLE CHICKEN RUT! CLOSER TO HOME, WHOLE FRYERS ARE STILL fIJ
Starke scored 10 runs in the
YOUR BESTIN BUY IF YOU ARE WILLING TO DO THE CUTTING YOURSELF. THEY GIVE MORE THAN 50%" EDIBLE MEAT.
sixth inning and nine in the
BUT THE PARTS VARY: FROM 28% EDIBLE WINGS TO 66% EDIBLE BREASTS. ENJOY THEM ALL seventh to overtake and

eliminate First Baptist of

,.. _. .;.., ..., >< .uq"f",,6.tfae'k. ,. Fm "A ,,, tA,.as a,k."" 4o Starke tournament.in the 18th game First of the

1 Presbyterian then was shut
.
Bargains in Meat out 14-0 Friday night in the
1 AU mm AND mictt oooo wio JULY M,TMWto 20th Ridgeview
,. game by
,AUGURY 4, r. QUANTITY AIUNI..e.UY/o. ,..
Baptist of Gainesville,

CORNISHGAMEHENS .. ..a.i.8xlO ?I eliminating the last Starke
'
A Jfc IB B O4M ivinvntr vow M team from the tourney.
|VIWI1AKE k .". ,, ,.n P
EveryDayLowPrke fj .
.. Wesley Methodist of
MM .u..s..s Gainesville came out of the
Lamb Roast '::.'&::7.79e: :'"
BONELESS loser's bracket to win the
U.S.D.A. GRADE A
.MM M*HMIWIIMMM. tournament to Kidgeview
QUICK FROZEN 9 C nIl w $1BTs ...
7 Lamb Chops aN./N71. Baptist. Wesley Methodistthen
CHUCK natural color
LBAVERAGE rolled up six straight
.,
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LB ., -rte IHl malll MIH
$111/ IA" wins to take the title over
Marie Dressing l of Gainesville. Wesley had to

ROAST Palls MM I7w II IIN of Gainesville, Wesley had to
EveryDayLowPrke f 3 Super Discount 10. Coffee: lightener 49e 'II'orn&'p beat the undefeated Firat
( Pl99u Methodist team twice for the
U S COV T s 4/$1/ 1 2r championship. In their first
CENTER CUT BEEF INSPECTEDCORN LOTS OFCHICKEN match Wesley Methodist went
Mum mi at!ta'inm
FED 'FEFU.S / 1 :34' 16-7 over First Methodist In
4/'l
SIRLOINSTEAKS Green Beans / the Championship game
flCIII IIK1' IMl'IHHN Handling Wesley Methodist had to score
Shoestring Potatoes d/'l/ ,T- Char,. three runs in the final Inningto
BONELESS 3 LEG QUARTERS WITH IACKSI edge 5-4 into the title.
CORNED BEEFBRISKETS I BREAST QUARTFRS WITH tACKS Fi itPiesl" 4/M/ :34ao' Wk,oholo' ol praotaOn
3 WINGS .1 NECKS 1 GIBLET PKGS ..p.....bJoc'| -two.p.r family. The two top teams, Wesley
: Methodist and First
GOVT. FRESH FFenchFriesw'"t' 4/M/ t a' Cannot Orosp./t bvuMtf GO..Usp.rp.rwn In eonlUMttoAllh Methodist, both of
INSPECTED FLORIDAOR Olhw' adr.dlanall.r. Gainesville, gained entry
3TO GEORGIA Iced Tea Mix M"nuiiniTiM 1 into the district tournamentthis

TORN FED PREMIUM COM IARLV AND BRING' THIS AO TOMitchell's :
weekend July 30-31 and
5 LB $129 GRADE Sauce 59 10- Aug tin Cocoa. There were 12
Grilling
PKG teams in the sub-district
church tourney, requiring 25
it o'' it to'' ii' roV games to complete the
playoffs.
AMERICAN 'There weren't hardly any
CHEESE CHUCK SMOKED StoreTHE words spoken when they were
Drug coming off that field' said
3 SLICES ROAST PICNICS I FRANKSSWEET Recreation Director Randall

Davis as the First Baptist of
MWL'V : RETAIL STORE Starke team was shocked by

__ Starke's First Presbyterian.
P Thursday August 5th The local First Baptist team
was conceded to have a good
ad ".1\ ) 1fi q A' First Presbyterian wasn't

10 A.M. To 6 P.M. expected team to do had much put,althoughthe things

together in the tournamentand
HOT DOG or No Age Limit was playing much better
PICK HAlIA8NR0ERROLLS than in the regular season.
uwirl @ JUICY Qy l w First Baptist scored five
Starke Fla.
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Who's Got The JUNGLE?


You don't have to go to Another 'jungle,' the former Mayor-Commissioner
:deepest Africa or even South Marion Williams property at Charles Schaefer said he
America to see a jungle, N. Cherry and Adkins Street, would file complaints In thecity's
according to City was brought up for discussion, name against the
Commissioner Joe Warren.All and it was reported that the owners of neglected propertyif
you have to do is travel to porperty had recently necessary to get action in
the intersection of W. Call and changed hands. the future.
Orange Streets.
X S The City Charter under the
Warren raised the issue at Chief of Police Jimmy heading of 'Abatement of
last week's Commission Bowen said yesterday that he Nuisances' gives the
meeting stating that the had been successful in Commission authority 'to
property of the late Mr. &Mrs. contacting the owners of both require all lands, lots and
r. Floyd Green In that locationwas property had recently other' premises" within the
.. + rapidly assumin agreed to have the work done, city to be kept clean, sanitaryand
porportions of 'a Jungle. reimburse the city for free from woods,
"A thing of beauty Is a Joy forever"but only a snake,or a rat "planting"oT dog fennels: ragweed, and other growth too exoticto Warren said the heirs of the doing it. Bowen said that undergrowth and rubbish,
or some other "varmint" could take Joy from this scene at the mention. The building should be condemned: by the city as a estate should be notified to 'hippies' had been shacking- or to make them so at the
I corner of N. Church Street and busy Highway 16 east. Nature public nuisance and (threat to the health and safety of the clear off the property, or the up in the Green house, whichis expense of the owners or
has "landscaped" this one-time Jackson Mini-Mart with a lush community. city should do it and bill'the easily entered, and that the occupants thereof...'
owners- place was In a mess.

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edionaiAnd The Charter also gives the
Commission power 'to define
__
Count Agents 1111i1MfAabJ prohibit, abate, suppress andprevent
all things detrimentalto

While You're at It Fellows Notebook safety the health., contentment comfort morals and,
,
welfare of the inhabitants of

How About. the city.'
By fJ'

Bobby / '1'

At its meeting last week the City could pass without a feeling of shame .

Commission took steps to force a clean. that such conditions are allowed to existin Taylor :. 1 LETTERS

up of local properties that have become our community.We lOa.-

so-called "jungles" through neglect of

the owners. repeat that the City under its DON'T MAKE IT
nuisance abatement ordinance, can do The season for strawberry, A PRISON
Action would be taken under theCity's anything it really wants to do in such watermelon and vegetable
Inclusive "Abatement ofNuisances" growers is over, but tobacco, May I take this opportunityto
matters. Several years ago the City of and say that I enjoy reading
hay corn producers are
Section 6m( ) of the City Keystone Heights forced the razing of busier than ever. They are your newspaper very much.

Charter which gives the Commission some buildings that were not half as badas fighting the hot, humid (and .4.
power to do anything it wants (or dares) the one pictured here. If Keystonecan sometime wet) weather zit i. 1k' And may I say one other
do "to all things detrimentalto conditions as they harvest .., t thingcontinue to fight the
to prevent .
do it. Starke can. If it takes a % move to build a fence around
the health, comfort, morals, safety, stronger ordinance with more teeth, their crops: .4-' :1 w Bradford High School. It just

contentment, and welfare of the then let's get with It.MayorCommissioner. I talked to two tobacco 11 .aa .4 -Lw sw andl i> + b isn't right to make a prison out
inhabitants of said city." growers this week who were of a school for the wrongs of a
Charles just finishing harvesting and few students.
The Chief of Police was instructed to Schaefer said at the last Council curing the last of their crop. 'Pennsylvania Avenue'Scene -William Lewis 028756
contact the owners of a piece of Heavy rains just before the Union Correctional
meeting that if the Chief of Police does: tobacco matured caused
property on West Call Street, and if not get action by notifying the owners of production to be down to about Of Fashionable Wedding in 1912A Institute
action to clean it up is not forthcoming "jungle" properties, then he (the Mayor) two-thirds of the normal Raiford,Fla.

then the City will do the work and bill will proceed to sign a complaint in theCity's pounds per acre. One grower
the owners for expense involved. if also complained that gradersat fashionable wedding in bridegroom; Ethel Sternburg, J. M. Truby in the firm of Pvt Kenneth McKinney
name and go to court, the tobacco warehousewere Starke is depicted in this 1912 bride; Louie H. Hill and Truby, Sternburg & Co., Assigned to Ft. Riley

If and when the City gets around to necessary. That is what it will take in under-grading much of photograph by Hoover Bros. Ellery Davis, groomsmen. general merchandise Ft. Riley, Kan.. June 29 -
its 1960 Charter and General some instances, and the city should arm the tobacco on the floor. Studio, posed on the front Back row ((1-r) : Harry Army Private Kenneth B.
revising steps of, the S. J. Sternburg Sternburg; Miss Elsie The Barbours, who later
ordinances if
itself its of and
by strengthening McKinney, son Mr.
Ordinances which are now as obsoleteas He said that tobacco that home on N. Cherry Street Reinoehl, maid of honor: lived in Jacksonville, were the Mrs. Charles B.
the Dodo bird in many areas, it necessary. went into higher grades was (then called PennsylvaniaAvenue Miss Elizabeth Edwards parents of Don and Mary McKinney,
113 Nell Court Starke
was
should strengthen this section, as And while we're on the subject of price selling, whereas good, or the at a lower high ). The home is (later Mrs. J. C. Adkins of AngieBarbour,who still spend old assigned to the 937th Engineer
Jacksonville and other towns and presently owned and occupied Gainesville) pianist; Miss summer vacations at the Group at Ft. Riley,Kan.,June
many ordinances if and when the 1960 code grades were selling at
by Mrs. N. T. (Carrie) Ritch. Jennie Maud Hodges, Barbour place on King )ey 19.
cities have done by making the cost of government support prices.
book is revised how about eliminatingthe bridesmaid; Mrs. Angie Lake, and attend services at
clearing such lots a lien against the reference that appears on page 294 Support prices seldom enablea The wedding ceremony was Sternburg, and Sidney J. the Presbyterian Church Pvt. McKinney, a medical
to make performed May 8, in
on
grower money on 1912. in the 16th
Sternburg, parents of the while here. Mary Angie is corpsman group's
property.
of the Charter Index: "HACKSSee Ve his However do the First Presbyterian
crop. they
bride. Children in front are now Mrs. B. S. Merrit of Combat Support Hospital,
hicles for Hire. help prevent a heavy loss on Church two blocks from the Freddie entered the last
Another site on North Cherry Street Gunter, ring bearer, Jacksonville, and this Army
marketable tobacco. Sternburg home. The
I has been neglected so long that it will wedding and Eva Kacholpher, flower photograph is one of several in January, completed basic
To the best of our recollection it has party assembled at the home
her collection training at Ft. Jackson, S.C.,
Looks like our corn crop will girl. of scenes in and
be ready for pulpwooding. It would for a
soon been at least sixty years since "hacks"were be good this year if weather reception following the around Starke and Kingsiey and was last stationed at Ft.
probably cost more than $1,000 to clearit. a traffic problem in Starke.OI.ercoII.fidellce. conditions permit harvestingwhen ceremony. The Sternburgs came to Lake. Sam Houston, Tex.
and the expenditure of such large Starke from Emlenton, Pa.,.
the corn is ready.-My Pictured in the group (from ,, tie attended Bradford
... sums even with the city performing the guess is that our average yield left to right, front are: Rev. and where coal he was In the lumber M County[ High School.
business.
labor. should be secured by a lien will be up 10 to 15 bushels per Sam White minister; Mrs. They
Effie Kacholpher, matron of constructed the home, which "Rivals" were originally "per-
against the property, rather than simply acre.I honor; Louie Gallison best was a show place in the late sons dwelling on opposite
billing the owner, who might or mightnot In PoliticsWith talked to Tommy Hamilton man; Ralph H Barbour 1800's, and Mr. Sternburg side of a river" from the LAUGHTER: "Medicine to
pay. from Hamilton Farms in later went into business with Latin rivalit: a river man. weary bones." Carl Sandburg
Brooker earlier this week.

Under the sweeping powers of the latest polls indicating that They are one of just a few

Section 6m( ). the City has authority "to Jimmy Carter will defeat either folks who custom combine -..
corn and grass seed in the 17"
compel the abatement and removal of President Ford or Ronald Reagan in the North Florida area. Demandsfor I \

all I nuisances within the said city or upon presidential sweepstakes. Democratsmay combining and drying seed

the property owned by the City beyondits be tempted to count their eggs are increasing each year and 1
limits at the expense of the person or before they're hatched and relax their Tommy told me that even with Steve Spurrier says... '

persons causing the some, or of the efforts too much and too soon. Such adding new drying a new unit combine, he can't and keepup a "As the Nation Celebrates the Bicentennial, 4 I

owner or occupant of the ground or tactics can be deadly in politics, and with requests for this Guaranty Federal has something NEW for
premises whereon the same may be: to many a candidate has been defeated by service. "

require all lands, lots and other overconfidence. This indicates that there is you...

premises within the city to be kept still interest in field crops and INTRODUCING THE
of
the ex-Governor
clean sanitary, and free from woods Admittedly feed production in our area.
Georgia has a lot going for him unlesshe Growers will expand
undergrowth, and rubbish or make
pulls a fatal boo-boo as candidates production if prices for their All AmericanAccount
them so at the expense of the owners or
occupants thereof. have been known to do in previous crops permit.

campaigns. He has united the Pastures and hay crops are Steve Spurrier
The intent of the Charter is clear Democratic Party more completely thanat also looking good throughoutthe Tampa Bay Bucs

enough on this matter and the fact that any time since Roosevelt days The county. When weather
the City has not enforced it has resultedin national polls show him leading Ford by permits, some excellent
quality hay is being put into Maintain a balance of only $200 In your When you maintain a balance of just
innumerable offenses that are, in 14 percentage point and Reagan by 23- the barns. Even though
fact "detrimental to the health and still climbing. More significant, fertilizer, labor, and other All-American Account and receive these $1000 In your All-American Account,

comfort t. morals safety, contentment, perhaps is that the surveys also show costs make hay more helpful services: you'll receive aH!! the preceding services

and welfare of the inhabitants." him winning back at least two-thirds of expensive to produce than PRESTIGE CARD PLUS the following:
the Democrat anti-liberals who deserted ever before, it is a necessityon when are DIAL-ACCOUNT
cattle Get emergency cash you
If anything further is needed "to make McGovern for Nixon four years ago. winter.many ranches in the ( out-of-town at over 3,000 participating Keep your money working by earning
the cheese more binding"and bring (
locations all across the USA. interest. Then Just a phonecall will
about a remedy for such nuisances, the But the Democratic wishful-thinkers Speaking of pastures, this is
City should not attempt to pass the buck should face the facts and not fall prey to the time of year to be on the *TRANSMATIC transfer funds directly to your local

d to its taxpaying citizens by saying that fatal overconfidence They should not look-out for army worms and Make regular savings deposits or pay checking account.

said citizens (the very ones it is overlook the fact that Mr. Carter endedup other Because grass they often caterpillars.appear loan payments..automatically. *FREE TRAVELERS CHECKS

obligated to protect from such weaker at the end of the presidential almost overnight In large *MONTHLY STATEMENTSNo service charge for First National City

nuisances) must make an affidavit citing primaries than at the beginning. He lost numbers, early detection and You'll receive an p-to-date statement of Bank Travelers Checks to all A-AA holders!

their neighbors for such offenses. This is several of the final heats, and failed to control extensive is necessary to to ic your All-American Account every *FREE MONEY ORDERS *

the City's responsibility according to its carry any of the Western primaries. He the prevent grass. Hay fields damage and month..and a special envelope for filing Save on service charges for Money Orders

own charter and the City should face up also showed himself vulnerable when pastures should be checked your statements. (Quarterly statements with your All-American Account.
to it. pitted against Jerry Brown and Frank almost for of
daily signs worm
will be Issued when there Is no account
*ADDITIONAL SERVICES
Church in the preferential voting. damage. Cattle egrets and
Under this same Section 6m( ) the City other birds in large numbersin activity during the quarter.) Additonal services will be offered from

could take action against unsightly Still, there is no doubt that the the field may be a tip that *5.25% INTEREST RATE time to time especially for All-American

unsanitary and dangerous buildingssuch indefatigable Jimmy has formidable worms are present. When left to compound daily for a year, Account holders.

as the one pictured above at the strengths within himself and within his Insect and ( your savings will earn a 5.39% effective AND...
corner of North Church Street and party. Most of the political advantage worm
infestations usually start in ( yield. .growing for today and tomorrow. All your savings are Insured up to
Highway 16 east. The building has been today is on the Democratic side. As one small or isolated areas. Early *DIRECT DEPOSIT
the
unoccupied for years and could not political analyst puts it: "It could fairlybe detection and spot treatmentof $40,000 by Federal Savings and Loan
conceivably be used again without said that either Ford or Reagan will these areas with a Protect your Social Security government Insurance Corporation.

extensive rebuilding. In the meanwhile, have to fight to win the election, and recommended insecticide will checks or stock dividends by direct SO...

it is obviously in violation of Section that Carter will have to fight to lose it." saving usually in give insecticide control with(and a deposit \to your All-American Account. Stop by any of Guaranty Federal's offices

6m( ) and should be condemned if for no labor and money) and also FREE NOTARY PUBLIC TODAY and put an All-American
other reason than that it is a disgraceful Democrats should beware of"helping" prevent extensive damage to A free service \to A II-A merlcan Accounl Account on your financial team by
him lose it by a lapse into the the grass.
eyesore that no self.respecting citizen pitfall of overconfidence holders. opening your All-AmericanAccount.

Passbook savings accounts are available If you
Some of our poultry prefer Above services and rates subject to mod if!'scat Ion
producers are still working to upon 90 day notice.
CRIb BRADFORD CQ have a voice, in dealing with
>L G.Q poultry processors. Some
have told their side of the [ * * 395 West Madison SI. While they lajrt
story at a Florida Senate Sub- Starke FREE
rtrrap1O 4 Parcnrnentihftcoptea
EI committee hearing in Lake Ail-American Gainesville, >f ineOoc atari >i
oyC City earlier this week. I'll iF Keystone Heights, Independence siliabletor
> '." reflect on this issue in this Account Lake Butler framing Ataioealont
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I Efficiency Audit Advocated Before Raising Utility Rates 1'1wli.Ho tit .Motor Probed


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Efficiency audits for public to outside management and Turning her attention to Florida residents consume 1 000 KWH, while in New York institute a statewide chargefor had been arranged before her Bradford County authoritiesare
utility corporations instead of operations efficiency audits as electric utilities, Mrs. twice the national average in Glity the same amount of 'directory assistance' in campaign opened for re investigating thefts of two
subsidize periodic rate bad increases to is done in some states; Hawkins said that since the oil power the speaker siad, but a electricity costs$79 plus 14 per obtaining numbers from the election against two small displacement boat
management requiring utilities to crisis In 1972, the PSC has held comparison of costs shows cent more for taxes. operator, and a 20'cent local Democratic opponents. motors taken from residenceson
practices were advocated at streamline their operations, more hearings than in the that they do not pay the Mrs. Hawkins outlined tool charge for paytelephoneservice. One political opponent of the Bedford Lake Sunday
the Starke
Rotary Club last and to institute strong preceding 50 years. 'When my highest rates In the U.S., as recent actions of the PSC in 'watch-dog commissioner' night, July 18.
week Florida's by a member' of conservation programs.' She electric bill is more than my has been charged. She quoted saving Florida consumers Richard Welty, Starke criticized the use ol a state (Chief Deputy Robert Greenof
Public'little cabinet. said the utilities should do house mortgage, it begins to $34.90 as the rate being thousands of dollars annually. attorney,who introduced Mrs. vehicle for making the trip, the Bradford County
Service these things before seeking take on a whole new charged by one leading This Included efforts by the Hawkins,said her appearancehere calling It a misuse of taxpayer Sheriff's Office said a boat
Commissioner
Hawkins, the State's Paula only rate increases. perspective,' she declared.GM Florida power company for telephone compaines to was 'non-political' and money. belonging floated to Henry away Easterlingwas from his

woman and only Republican duck during the night,and was
holding statewide elective found after drifting to the dock

office with barbs, punctuated aimed at telephoneand her talk Green Machine WinsGreen Subdistrict Softball Tourney Againfirst of morning a neighbor The motor Monday was

electric utilities She said Machine won the five team base! runner to third and had a perfect at-bat record of4for4 one homer, and Don Falcon with Waldo's only scoring removed from the boat.
men'sSoftball
the Commission keeps watchon team home tournament in only three when the GM fielder bobbledthe with four RBI's and one with three hits out of four trips coming in the third inning. Green also said that a boat
came with
the 20 phone companies in another tournament victory games, two of them against ball on the play the runner homer. Watson's sixth inning also.The Hatcher is getting his team motor belonging to Claude
Florida /
and is
Crowson
currently after winning the men's second place Ray's Metal came home for the score. double drove in two runs to the Machine finished the ready for the open class was discovered
considering rate requests class sub-district tournament open Works of Waldo,finishing witha Leading hitters for the first total of five scored by GM that tournament by playing Waldo, district tournament to be missing Monday after the boat
ranging up to a 38 per cent in combined score of 46-14. game were Terry Hardee who inning. the leaders in the losers in was found pulled up unto the
Macclenny played Starke
Saturday, July 30
increase in residential 24. July 'We had a good had four hits for five trips to Carlton went 2-for-3 with bracket, in the final game through August 1. The top two beach Green did not
service, and up to 54 per cent tournament, nothing spectac the plate, and Kenny Carlton two home runs, one of them Saturday night. They teams for the district elaborate.
for commercial. ular. We got the job done and with 2-for-3 and four runs coming in the top of the third trounced their opponents 12.3 tournament will in Bradford County Deputy
The self-style 'people's Building... won It,"Coach Harry Hatcher batted In (RBI), inning and driving in runners the state tournament compete Jim Backus is continuing (the
watchdog of the PSC said that said after the victory."I GM knocked the Waldo Jim Garlington and Randall First Brrptiet.,. investigation.Kouritry .
the higher rate have (From Page 1)
requests team into the losers bracket, Symons.
prompted closer scrutiny of restaurant permit was Issuedto control think we most were in of complete the beating them 17-10 in the Other leading hitters in that ."''''11'' Page( !9)) I 1 Kitchen

the companies involved. The the builder, Mike Reaiearn, game,"Hatcher said of the 171 Saturday tournament. game were Garlington with runs in the botton of the
heads of public utility for Richard Rogers of first game victory Saturday Leading hitter John WatsonDeveloper. three hits for four tries and seventh but it wasn't quite Good Food Is Our Specialty
corporations are 'the highest Keystone Heights, and will be morning over Brooker. enough to pull the game out
paid executives in Florida,' located in the new Keystone After GM had built after First Presbyterian's
she Oaks up a ( jm Page II) explosion. Bruce Jackson
charged.Mrs. PUD development on quick 15-0 lead by the third .. was 3 Breakfast Specials
Hawkins declared that Highway 100, just north of inning, Brooker scored their S-for-S for First Presbyterian,
millions of dollars could be Keystone Heights. single run on a GM outfield highway from the Porreca concern that the party to Bobby Norman 4-for-5 Rick 2 Under $1
saved in Florida annually by Fees collected from the error in the seventh. A property. Gaskins said that a whom Coss was selling the Giebeig 3-for-5 Joey Bennett 2-
ordering monopolies to submit permits totaled $1,670. Brooker single advanced the poultry house could not be run property (if rezoned) was for-4.
without some flies and odor, that he could Lewis Free Donuts With Coffee
r Jl Pi- .f_ JLFL and he )feared that the aware not Pitcher Jimmy was 3-
-- -- - -- -- the home dwelling for-3 at the plate for First
occupy as a
increased density of homerpnPorecca's wouldmean while operating a business Baptist including two home Every Friday Is Fish Day

On Behalf Of property there. runs,when he was pulled from
filed
more complaints Thp.rPfiwst wan nnnnsoH Ku the with First Baptist
against his operation, and George Ricks, who presented! seemingly game safely ahead Fresh Fish And Homemade HushpuppiesTry

My would eventually mean the a petition he said was signed Wilber Waters was 5-for-5 and
Staff closing of his business. 'I've by 'almost all'of the adjoining Reddy Cox 4for4. Lewis's Us You'll Like Us

k \ got too much' invested to just property owners. Ricks said high floating pitches had
shut down Gaskins said
he was building a home on his puzzled First Presbyterianwhich Was "Mama Louisa's"U
And Gaskins was told bv a he also hits
Myself property, where had only four
member of the board that
operates a salvage and through the first five inningsbut 301 N To-Rena Motel
under the OR
present zoning
f( surplus yard which was ended the game with 22.
!
Porecca could sell one-acre
"Krandfathered in" before the
wati lots to eight families, and was county was zoned. Ricks said
We Wish To Thank Ally he
Ir' asked why thought 16 the motorcycle shop would


.,-f- 1:, The Citizens Of eight familes would families be on worse half-acre for on him one-acre than lots require brought In testing for repair of, which units 4D %

would mean trial runs on dirt
ii i Bradford ForGiving lots. roads in the area, in close
County
"Sixteen mouths can raise proximity to a number of
... ,,,.., more sand than 8." Gaskins homes.
i ; qUICKly replied, saying mat GOING
Board member Jerome
e Us The
({ previous complaints had Johns voiced an opinion that a
\ :
: ; brought a flock of state location on congested 301 was Off
\ ," ,::> inspectors swooping down on not a good place for a OUT
\ To Serve OF
... \. ,.... Opportunity him, taking photographs of his motorcycle operation becauseof
\:'''f.. ?w S
and
,, ,;\::.,,,-. .... ':';.....:;;:..:..':{.'.::. close operation him down.threatening'I do what to the traffic hazard presentedby
.m :.. .. ". ':,',\-: : additional motorcycle
\ r.; :" ::fYou: ,; Four More Years. they tell me to in the way of traffic in and out ot the shop. Of Every ItemIn BUSINESSSTARKE
'' i \>. & B K'i''''..'.h.Ri!: : spraying for flies and His motion to denv the octition
.
.;; :':>::< ; '
: / Gaskins
... & mMvWiintiI disposing of waste, was unanimously approved.In .
.:.. &&;&:&; & /'
said 'but still! you can't please other action the board StoreThousands

Will To everybody approved petitions o'f George
Strive Continue Provide The Wilson's motion that the
Pierce for rezoning from ES to
To Give You Porecca petition be denied OR on 74.6 acres of property
Leadership Necessary Prompt
Of
once more was unanimously three miles northwest ol

approve. Starke on the west side of 16 to
Courteous And
Professional Service At A Another loser at the
allow sale of one acre lots;;
Tuesday night session was
and the of Carl Griffis
Minimum Cost. Frank Coss whose request for for rezoning request 2'3': acres at the Dollars Of Stock

rezoning of property one-half south city limits of Lawtey, on
mile north of Starke on the ,west side of.3O1 from RIB to
west side of U.S. 301 from RIBto <
BA to permit operation of an From
To Choose
E: BA to permit operation of a auto
repair shop.
motorcycle repair shop was Under new business the
denied.
board granted James E
Sheriff Bradford County Wilson stated there
Paid Pol Ac: was an Creamer permission to
existing dwelling on the advertise hearing on

property and exBr e sseu rezoninz two acres. l 1'a qJi CENTER

....''' --"u_,,''rJ-, :.!.!.,," n, "uuu"'m._! .. '...__._-_ __I_mmm_"__- .,.. miles west of Highway 301 on .:
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southwest of Lawtey. from OR 212 EAST CALL ST -

"WITHIN YOUR MEANS NOW, PEACE OF MIND AlWAYS" to MP (manufacturing) for By The Railroad Tracks<:
964.7929"
sale of junk auto parts. The Phone
hearing will be held at the
KATHLEEN & HARRY COLLIER. Owners
August 31 board meeting.


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LAWTEYby by Delores Meng HAMPTON AREA NEWS parishioners on a tubing tripon Doll Waters were guests of I I
, Phone 468-1915 the Itchetucknee River on Eugene and Chris on this I

Elizabeth Brennan In Jacksonville. Mrs. Alfonso Taibi of University Apartments. July 25. Delores Brown and delightful trip.
Terry Church Schedules Happy Birthday to Robin Graham. Roger who recently graduatedfrom
CHURCH ACTIVITIES them and last weekend Hampton Christian Church Griffis who was 7 on July 20! A Kenny Clark is to be the University of Florida ,- I
Church of God: Sunday Teresa's parents, Mr. and Rev. James Shaw, pastor. party of Ice cream and cake congratulated on his fine has enrolled at the PL ANTS SHRUB
School 10 a.m. Worship Mrs. Johnny Wyke came and Sunday School 10 a.m. was enjoyed by her family and performance with the Starke Cumberland School of Law.
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. took Mrs. Debbie Berry and Morning Worship 11 a.m.Ladies' friends. Chamber of Commerce Mrs. Janie Simpson from feral around the house
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: Kevin Council Meeting Corbett Uhrlchsville Ohio Is enjoyinga !
son, to Mr. and Mrs. Robby celebratedhis Softball team! Kenny did a
p.m. and YPE Friday at 7:30: Vogler's at New Smyrna. Mrs. First Wednesday every month 12th birthday July 1 by good Job of pitching for his two week visit with Mr. and
Wyke spent last week with Mr. -7 p.m. going to Jacksonville to be team and his batting averagewas Mrs. George Simpson and ALL HOUSE PLANTS
p.m.Evergreen Baptist: Sunday and Mrs. Mosley. Johnny Hampton Baptist Church with his grandmother, Mrs. boosted by a number of friends on the lake.
School 10 a.m. Worship Wyke took his daughter Rev. Melvin Hamel pastor. Mary Corbett. home runs at the most Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng
Services 11 a.m. : Teresa back with him to North Wm. Carnes, associate Michael Darrah enjoyed his opportune times. Kenny was and son, Joe, spent the & NURSERY STOCK
Prayer Meeting Wednesday a Carolina. Mrs. Debbie Berry pastor; Richard Mashburn second birthday with his selected to play on the All Star weekend with their son, Mr.
and son, Tommy Wyke and assistant pastor, Sunday family on July 22. (Sammy team and hit three more home and Mrs. Carlton Meng and
p.m.Faith Baptist Church: Katrina Vogler picked up school 10 a.m. Morning Caulk celebrated his 18th runs in four games of play daughter, Angela In RED MAPLE TREES %
Radio Program over WPXE D'Ette Wyke Sunday and took Worship 11 a.m. Training birthday on July 26)). enabling his team to come out Jacksonville. Before .
Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible them to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Rebecca Kinnard in second place, being returning home they met their PinOSPORUM-GREEN "
School 10 a.m. Worship Voglers to spend this week. Worship 7:30 p.m. celebrated her birthday July defeated only by the Orange daughter Beverly at the rni"lt
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30:: p.m. Miss Angie Garlitz, of Wednesday Prayer Meeting 16 with an outing on Santa Fe Park Bel-American team. airport. She came home with AND VARIEGATED Ufr
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Milliard, spent a week with 7:30: p.m. Church Visitation Lake with her family. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Casey them after spending two SINENSE
7:30: p.m. Bible Study. Miss Vickie Nicula. Tuesday 9:30: a.m. Bus Mrs. Walter Rhoden and daughter Kim recently weeks with her grandmothers LIGUSTRUM
Grace United Methodist: Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Visitation Saturday 9 a.m. celebrated her birthday July returned home from a four Mrs. Lawrence Meng andMrs. a Many QTHFBS W.
Sunday School 9:45: :>> a.m. Carter and daughter Shelly of Churcnwlde Visitation 7:15 day trip to Birmingham Walter Mouch in Toledo BASS MOWING SPECIAL
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Columbia, S.C. and Mrs. p.m. Thursday.On 25.Jennie Rhea enjoyed Alabama. They accompaniedtheir Ohio and other relatives and
7:30: p.m.Prayer Circle will be Thomas N. Curran and sons, Sunday August 1, this attending the birthday partyof daughter and son-in-law friends In Huron Cleveland '
observed every Wednesday Nick and Matthew,of Fairfax, church Is striving for an her cousin, David Dixon, Mr.and Mrs. Roger Kelly who Columbus and New 'L\ UOO Off
morning at 8 a.m. at the Va., are visiting their mother attendance of 250 or more by;. who was 3 years old July 13. found housing at the Philadelphia.Tom .
church. Choir Practice 7 p.m. and grandmother Mrs. Flossie conducting a "Beat the Heat'Contest. Mrs. Joseph Ganzenhuber Nessmith son of Mr.
and United MYF 8 p.m. at the Rosier this week. Persons bringing the recently returned from a six ServicemenHart and Mrs. James Nessmith, is .
church on Wednesday. Major and Mrs. James largest number of visitors will weeks visit with members of on a three week training On Any LTD 500

Vacation Bible School will Dougherty and family, of be rewarJed with a steak her family in Salzburg course as advance training

be held at the church August Valdosta, Ga., spent the dinner. Austria. Barbara reports ParticipatesIn instructor in Oklahoma City, HAHN Riding Mower
2nd through Aug. 6th,'hours 9 weekend with their parents wonderful cool weather and a Naval Exercise Oklahoma. This is in
to 11:30: a.m. Ages Col.! and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. City Council delightful trip. July 20 Navy Aviation connection with his work with The Ones With The
through high school. The regular meeting of the Mrs. Omer Lefebvre Machinist's Mate Airman Air Traffic Control at Hilliard.
Everyone welcome. Mr. and Mrs. O.B. Wiggins scheduled City Council is returned home July 23 Steven R. Hart, whose wife, Mr.and Mrs. Francis Meng __ 2 Yr. Warranty On Transaxle
United Methodist Women of Jacksonville spent Sunday for Tuesday, accompanied by her sister Cynthia, is the daughter of Tommy, Chris and Eugene 26" & 3O" Cut 7.8 & 10 HP Recoil Or Electric
met at the home of Mrs. with their parents Mr. and August 10, at 8 p.m. and brother-in-law Mr. and Mr.and Mrs. Harold L. Biddixof acconpanied St. Edward's
Horace Cox of Waldo, with Mrs. B.L. Wilkison. Those qualifying for seatson Mrs. Otis Leach from Lake Butler recently 525f
Mrs. Leon Dyal Co-hostess Mrs. Juanita Waters and the upcoming election of Owensboro Ky Viola enjoyed participated In "Operation
and Mrs. George Roberts daughters of Lake Wales and the city council are Ted attending her high school Readiex 4-76," as a = 1 \ i Saving Bond
presiding. Mrs. Frank Coss Mrs. Darlene Norman Curtis, Roy Roark Olie class reunion in Owensboroand crewmember of Patrol
sons, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shepherd and John X. Allen.
and Mrs. other relativesand
the devotional visiting Squadron 50. A Toro
gave With Purchase Of
Jim Hall gave the program Taylor and daughters Mr. Evelyn Vaughan is retiring friends in the area. The exercise, conducted off
and Mrs. Marcus Griffis and from the council. A.C. YOUR LAWN ?
which was on praise. There Sunday they all went tubing on the southern California coast, Guardian Or Grassmaster
were 14 ladies The girls were Sunday dinner Dennison Gene Taylor and the Itchetucknee with Mr. and involved more than 9,500 men
present.
hostesses served a covered guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hank Lott have another yearto Mrs. Henry Spell and Steven. and 14 ships. It was designedto Cull 964-5 745fK Electric or Recoil StartGARDEN
dish luncheon. Wilkerson. serve. City Clerk Mary The community was test and Improve the ( ( INSPfC rONi /
Highland Baptist: Sunday Mrs. Ruby Gayno of Ocala Allen, remains unopposed as shocked when three young combat readiness of units of fST.fMATfSiNOf
visited her Mrs. Flossie does Marshal
aunts Ralph Green
School 10 a.m. Worship men were seriously injured the U.S. Third Fleet and
Rosier and Mrs. Rossie Mayor Arthur Bruno also has
when their collided with
included
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. van a anti-submarine
O.IDA
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Reddish on Thursday. another year to serve. train on SR-325 about noon on warfare operations missile lOIIIA
Mr. and Mrs. Donald The Council met in special ( .
26. Robert Hine and Mike
July firings and surface warfare
7:30 p.m.Laura Church Wilkison spent last week with session (July 20) to add the Hine remain in serious tactics. ES1ONTI01 EST ) CENTER
Baptist :
their Sgt. (Ret.) and amount of $800 to upcoming
parents. condition at Shands
Hospital. Hart's is
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. squadron ONTIOL J
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs. Daniel T. Lewis in budget as recommended by Members of the communityare homebased at the Naval Air 539 E. Call St.

7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Cusseta Ga. Budget Chairman Gene to be commended for their Station. Moffett Field, Calif.A ier.eM a V S Call .
Mr. and Wendell advise of
Mrs.
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. returned to Lake Worth Kelly Taylor Auditor upon Pat Farnsworth.City helpful response at the timeof 1972 graduate Robert E. I Home Office: Gainesville Fla. Est. 1949 Also In: Ocala M
this accident. Sylvester
Lee High School,
Northslde Sunday
Baptist: Friday after their vacation in I Crystal River & Palatka Lake City Starke JacksonvilleSt.
School 10 a.m. Worship Smith a nearby resident and a Jacksonville he joined the nmt' IIONI orRftOIIA
the mountains.Mrs. School Board St. Augustine Tallahassee
and 7:30 Medical Technician employedat Navy in February 1974. IF EN.IOMOI' '
Services 11 a.m. : p.m. ]
at Hester Hicks Mr. and Vernon Parmenter and Florida State Prison BJgo
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Mrs. Glen Shuford and family Royce Joyner have qualifiedas offered first aid to the
7:30: p.m. and her other daughter Mrs. candidates for the District 4 Jacksonville men. Marshal

PERSONALS Wm. Wolfe. and sons and School Board being vacatedby Ralph Green gave assistanceand
Andria attended a family Rodney Hall who does not the Hampton Area
and Mrs. Benton Futch.
Mr. cookout with Mrs. Hicks seek re-election after serving
Volunteer Fire Departmentwere
of Starke visited their aunt
nephews and nieces, the this area for many years. on hand as well as many :
Miss Elizabeth Terry on
families in North
Monday afternoon.Mrs. Hogan area teenagers who helped in 'I'G& everywhere
Jacksonville Saturday HI-Lites
Nellie Wilkinson and clearing the wreckage. :
afternoon.Mr. We wish a speedy recoveryto
Mrs. Daisy Boch were Sunday and Mrs. S.P. Rucker of Mrs. Dudley Langston who
of her and Hampton Lake News
dinner guests son Lake Butler spent Sunday recently returned home after
Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lysle
daughter-in-law afternoon with their brother- undergoing major surgery at
Lynn Boch of Jacksonville.Mrs. Williams and family are FABRIC SHOPS KNITS
Bradford
Ruby Leite and Mrs. in-law and sister, Mrs. Pierce County Hospital. enlovina the.visit of their
Ruth Steinhouser of Crews Tuesday. Mrs. Diane Bruno is happyto niece, Alicia Koehler from
Jacksonville spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pearson have her cousin visiting Sandwich, Illinois who plansto
afternoon July 18th with Mr. took their granddaughter, from Bellingham, Mass. spend the remainder of the
and Mrs. O.J. Anders. Michelle Lee to Six Flags Wayne Brodsky arrived via summer at their home.Congratulations .
over Georgia at Atlanta and Eastern: Airlines in to Mr. and
Harold Eunice returned .
home Friday from St. to Cherokee, N.C., where they Jacksonville July 25. .He Mrs. Boyd Dean Baker on the ," ::.,,. :.., _
Vincent's Hospital visited the Indian Village. enjoys coming back to this arrival of their daughter ,a ..al/nr', .'
They also visited relatives in .-..-....".-. )
several
Jacksonville after surgery on area and plans to stay Angela Maria, born July 21, .
Thursday.Mr. .tSimpsonville S.C. and St. weeks and include some weighing 7 Ibs. 12 oz. Proud 100% PolyesterDOBLEKNIT ......:.:";:,::,'
S.C. last week while ..
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Stephen
while here. ..
and Mrs. Fate Redd, of sightseeing grandparents are Mr. and -
Macon Ga.,spent a week with t>n.' vacation. Cindy Griffis celebrated her Mrs. Edward Clayton and Mr.
their mother, Mrs. O.J. :w.S. Crews son, and Eric 5th birthday July 10 by and Mrs. Jeff Baker and
Phillips and brother Danny. Dixon grandson of visiting her aunt Cathy (treat grandparents Mr. andI
Jacksonville, were Saturday
returnedto I I
Mrs. Addie Hinote
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evening dinner guests, of Mrs.
her home in Ft. Lauderdaleon Pierce Crews and Mrs. Onie I
Wednesday. Her Thornton.Mrs. I CENTRAL HEAT & AIR 58/60" WIDE
grandsons Jim Hinote of Ft. visited
Lucille T. Ivey '
Lauderdale Gary Berzelle, of Casual, carefree knits for all occasion.
Hollywood and Kenny Hinote her brother-in-law and sister andson 100% polyester for easy care. Machine eu aaaMg
I
Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Bivens Let us explain our energy
of Oveido came after her. Brian of Putnam Hall, wash and dry. Never needs Ironing.
Lt. James D. Flaningam the weekend. Many prints & colors.
over
and sons John and Joe Mrs. Mrs. Lonnie Teston and
saving system
Amelia Smith, and Mrs. Wayne Harper, of Starke,
Christina Wright, of were Sunday afternoon guestsof OUR LOW PRICE ..,
Pensacola, spent the weekend his grandparents Mr. and
with her son-in-law and Mrs. Carl Prevatt.
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Onle Thornton of COMPLETELY'jINSTALLED

Thomas Lindsay and family. Auburndale, arrived on
Their grandmother Mrs. Friday and will spend a while
Amelia Smith remained for a Mrs. Pierce
with her sister -
longer visit. Crews. They visited Mrs. --' $144
Since Chief Donald Shinn is Thornton's son-in-law and

leaving soon for 6 months daughter Mr. and Mrs. W.F.

oversea duty friends and Atwood on Sunday afternoon.Mr. 'V.-
members of the First Baptist and Mrs. Doyle Thomas ,
Church gave a party for him and daughter Vickie of Starke YARD
and his family at the churchon and Mr. and Mrs. Oral Tanner 1490

Friday night. and daughters Tammy and
Honey Crews, daughter of Beth spent four days in the a
Mr. and Mrs. Sweet Pea Great Smokey Mountains.

Crews of Starke is spendingsome While there they went to Ghost ((2-TON SYSTEM)
time with her Town and Frontierland and to
grandmother, Mrs. C.R. Gathnburg Tenn. This was -' plus any necessary
.
Crews. to the 11/HIII.U IIIMIIwIILwrP '
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Karen of Miami, spent a few Forsyth Ga., to see Mrs. SAVE $$ ON .._'.." Q
days with his mother, Mrs. Tanner's father. L
Lois Carter, and other DeWayne Mosley of

relatives. Highland, was a Sunday YOUR ELECTRIC
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin dinner guest of his
Stephens of Jacksonville grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Printed Mlnistrel PaisleyCOORDINATES WashedOutBROADCLOTH
visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lonnie Teston. BILL DENIM

Eunice on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Joyce Futch, of
Mrs. Wm. Wolfe sons Billy Blackshear Ga., and her son, Carrier's now "SUPIRI"
and Danny, and friend Andreaof Ralph Futch Jeff and Karen unit I II now alt 44/45" WIDE 44/45" WIDE 44/45" WIDE

Cape Coral, spent the of Black Mountain N.C. available. Demand to D
weekend with Mrs. Wolfe'smother visited his uncle and aunt Mr.
Mrs. Hester Hicks. .eo .fficl.ncycomPari Sporty conversational, prints on I 'for blouses and shirts' A wide, Three shades of blue lor the many
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and Mrs. Carl Prevail last 100' aneties, ol denim, sportswear 100
sons before buy. smooth top ""lIhllabroc ire perfect selection' ol colorful prints
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Sunday night.A you 'lot iiimpsuits" and shorts 80' Cotton Machine, .wash & dry Cotton Machine, washableIdeal
and their daughter son and family cook-out was Carrier beats them all Dacron Polyester/200 Combed

daughter-in-law, Virginia enjoyed by the Robert Lees up ta 70% depending Cotton Machine' wash & dry
Cain Mr. and Mrs. Wendell and John last Sunday at the on the brand.
Kelly went sightseeing in home of Mr. and Mrs. Whetsel

Stone Mountain and on Lake Brooklyn in Keystone $16' $229r $ 9yV
Knoxville, Tenn., and Heights. Those enjoying the
Charleston Inc., where they afternoon were Robyn and
visited Mrs. Kelly's mother. Gary Whetsel Mr. and Mrs.
They left Virginia there with G.L. Peterson of Dowling
her grandmother. They wentto Park,Rick and Steve Whetsel.
Nashville Tenn.. to the Old of Denver. Colo. .
Opry Grounds and attended The occasion was to AIR CONDITION SERVICEALL le 1 1

some programs. They also celebrate the birthdays of

went sightseeing around Mrs. Lee and her aunt Mrs. BRANDS AND MAKES OF AIR 1' 1
Mobile Ala. and spent two Titus.
days at Alligator Point in Mr. and Mrs. Cecil CONDITION SYSTEMS SERVICED

Florida. Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. PROMPTLY AND ECONOMICAL.SAWYER .
Elder Dan Phillips of Les McClellan were
Bristol Tenn., Evangelist for vacationing In Cherokee N.C.
the three day Revival at Faith for several days and went

Massey.weekend Baptist Church with ,Pastor spent A.E.the Tenn.sightseeing interest., and other in Gatllnburg places of, !&QaDQOQO' ( [ ) QOGJLE[! ( oW


Mr. and Mrf Doc Mosley Mr and Mrs. J.C. Beach, of
went to their daughter and Jacksonville, their son-in-law Air Conditioning ffft family centers Shopping Center A301S.

son-in-law's, Mr. and Mrs. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Starke Fla.
Jerry Vogler, on July 11th and Don Roberts and family, of .
brought their Lake City, spent Sunday 332 W. Madison StarkePh.
granddaughters April Vogler afternoon with their
and Teresa Wyke home with grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. 964-77O1

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LEGALSIN CommunityNews \ ,'" '-1 Koicamcss Mar Elul Satr rdayDancesDisturbances

A. ','
; at the teenage lot by older youths has been they intend to clamp down on

THE CIRCUIT COURT dances held each Saturday reported and is thought to be this type of conduct.

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF night at the public beach in the main problem of some According to law, it is illegalto
FLORIDA IN AND FOR ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKEF f Keystone Heights may resultin incidences of) rowdiness at the drink alcoholic beverages
the dances being stopped.
BRADFORD COUNTY beach.
within 300 feet of
a public
American Legion Beer drinking the parking Local police have stated
place.
CIVIL ACTION Post 214 Meeting
CASE No. 76-201 American Legion Post 314 I U
holding a special meeting

MARIA ELIZABETH Sunday August 1 at 2 p.m.. The Steak Man
Commander Royal is
asking.
GUTIEPREZ AVILA a minor By:
all members to be
MARIA MARON WALLACE please
present. Has Gone To The
NOTICE OF SUIT The meeting will be held in PPr
,
the Educational building at
NO PROPERTY
New Bethel Baptist Church. -
DOCSEvery
TO: Senaida Avila, Address f-

Unknown & Residents del Family Reunion ( .. .
The Chandlers and the -
Tribunal Tutelar de Menores, La J '1
Paz Bolivia, South America. Royals are having their
annual family reunion
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthan
Saturday, July 30, in south .
for has
action Adoption .
an Starke at the Chandler Estate.All ,, -. .,. ".
been filed against you and you .. ,,, '
friends of the families .
are I ". .
are required to !serve a copy of ,''', 'r! "' ,
Invited. ,. ,"" .,
your written defenses if any to -." "V ."" '-
it, on the the plaintiff attorney, ,
Church NewsPhiladelphia
whose/ name and address is Freewill Addition
$10,000 Baptist Going UpJohn
Baptist
Hon, George H. Pierce, P.O. A
Church Rev. W.G.
Drawer 1030, Starke Florida, pastor. The Mayberry church, Bennett Adrain Denson ami Raymond Daniels work on the addition which will give the .. ,, .

and derk file of the the above original styled with courton the anniversary will begin Friday Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Church, on Ash and Chestnut Streets in the Reno section of : 'Thursday 'Nitc 'Special I'' J,

or before August 10, 1976: night, July 30, with Rev. Starke, a new look.A ,
Alphonsia Jenkins from 34 by 28 addition Is being made to the main auditorium at a cost of about $10,000 most of which

entered otherwise a dgement for the may relief be Melrose and congregation in hag already been raised by church members. Daniels. L.C. IMcCutchin, Bennett and A.C. Carter 3 P.M. Till 10 P.M.

against you charge. Sunday service will have been working Saturdays to dry in the addition. The addition is being done on a pay-as-you-go

petition.demanded in the complaint or begin with Sunday School at 10 basis,according to Deacon James Prince, who Is in charge of the construction.The HOT DOG The Way You Like It, CooL

WITNESS my hand and the a.m. Morning worship at 11 addition will add 100 seats to the church auditorium, bringing the total capacity to 350. 9 9
a.m. Rev. L.A. Pelham will
seal of said Court on July 2, Greater Allen Chapel
Notice!
At 3 Rev. W. Don DRINK
preach. p m FRENCH FRIES & SMALL
1976. Pelham reach. The There will an entime Rally A.M.E. Church Rev. R.G.

Gilbert. Brown public is invite with Rev, Robert Austin, Jr Heastle, pastor. Service


By As:Clerk Beulah Deputy of M.said MoodyAs Court Clerk the Cohens The Living First, pastor.God Born Elder Church Service S.V.of Kingdom August shouting 2 the of at God the warning Pentecostal beginning of the p.m.night schedule Lovefeast Sunday as follows services service: Friday at will 8 E UL( 5or(!) J o I] Iru aa ((3


7/8 4tchg 7/29 begin with School at
schedule as follows: Weekly Church of Christ in Lawtey in Sunday
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: a.m. Morning
services as follows: Each (Sam Brown's Quarters) at 1212 N. Temple 964-6567
7:30: Come! and bring the communion service at 11 a.m.
Tuesday at 7:30 is p.m.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT night : Prayer P1 ..'...i.,. and530pm! .
meeting. Friday night
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 4
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- Tarrying service. Sunday
FORD COUNTY services will begin at 10:30: ON SM E" GLE
a.m. with Sunday school, 11:30: ,ii'i Li ...

CIVIL ACTION Home Mission 6 p.m. THURSDAY.FRIDAY '.. 1 ,- ', ottouirrmtn ton It lAW
CASE No. 76-206 YP.C.W and or exchange 6/ THAN ANTWWHHM
*flMKtw .
IB..MlMf.CARO
service with Gainesville AHSAWRDAW IwMU
:- FAMILY DISCOUNT STOS/ I ,,? rfcifNATIONAL '
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LORENA KINSEY BENJES
Wife/Petitioner vs. ERIC FREDERICK Pleasant Grove and Mt.

BENJES, Husband/Res- Morlah United Methodist
pondent Church Parish, Rev. Willie
Stilt pastor. Plan of
NOTICE OF SUIT activities: Weekly service BRANDS SALE

NO PROPERTYTO started at 7:30: Monday night

: ERIC FREDERICK BENJES with the Young Adult Choir Vivian Carol Desue

rehearsing. Tuesday night the Ronnie Lee Fountain The names know and trust at tower 'than low prices!
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Young Junior Choir rehearsedat Mrs. Jurutha Desue you .,

an action for DISSOLUTION 7 p.m. Wednesday night at announces the engagementand

OF MARRIAGE has been 7:30: prayer meeting. approaching marriage of H.d _? r- i inrrfri.1 r M. a&tm

filed against you ERIC FREDERICK Thursday night bible study. her daugher, Vivian Carol .. --r ., '. I
BENJES and you are Sunday service will begin with Desue to Ronnie Lee < tDICKIES SHAPE/SET t. ", '),

required to serve a copy of your Sunday school at 10 a.m. Fountain, son of Ms Gladys :U/i WORK PANTS WITH "

written defenses, if any to it, on Morning worship at 11 a.m. Howard and Mr. Emmett f ..._ .::.::..... :1/1. '' SOIL RELEASE FINISH ,
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the plaintiff attorney, whose communion service. Fountain of Daytona Beach. } I

name and address is George H, Mt Moriah United Carol is now attending '
Pierce, Esquire, P,0. Drawer\ Methodist Church: Weekly Daytona Beach Community 7. 4,4 f; ;
1030. Starke Florida 32091 services began Tuesday night College and is employed by jl \
and file the original with the with Prayer Meeting. Ushers Ormond Beach Police Ile worn pint (Hit mebusiness u r

dark of the above styled courton Board meeting Wednesday Department. He is presently ffA United tali u. cotton 'IoP
or before August 19, 1976: night at 6:30.: Rehearsal for employed as a construction ,,r :old1z:35' UNIROYAL polyester bltnd his toil relent 14 j' ill r
finish for doper lun
otherwise a judgement may be Choir No 1 Wednesday nightat worker in Daytona Beach. [ H drag. delusive easier SnipeSetelimmitts j

entered against you for the relief 7:30.: Sunday services will RONSON I SAYE 1.00 em touch up tioninjE i/4
demanded in the complaint or begin Sunday School at 10 toy y to liter wiistbind 29 42 i/ '/ -
petition. a m. Communion service at 11 Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church SlYE 30"%(, SAYE 28'%" VALUE PLUS!

WITNESS my hand and the a m Rev. John Farmer, pastor. 8 w
seal of said Court on July 12 Visitors are always Service schedule as follows: 87.: 570 1.61DISCOUNT DISCOUNT PRICE WAS J<0/ SAYE 12X I
welcome.LEGALS.
v
1976. Weekly services Choir /
rehearsal each Tuesday nightat PRICE WAS 1M DISCOUNT/ PRICE WAS JH SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICE UNROYAL tsT-ouurrr DECK HEN'S imOK V

Gilbert. BrownAs 8 p.m. Sunday services will IIP WITH RONIODTAREDISPOSmE CLEAN DP WITH RIM. S01P POWER UP WITH EVERUOT'S SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN BOYS CABLE p SOCKS
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Clerk of said Court begin with Sunday School at 10 LIGHTER THE FOR DEODORANT PROTECTION REST, LONGEST LISTING IV soles Men i u wimcnsDors '(ripper S It R$ q r
a.m. Communion service at 11 ONE WITH POISON QOALITY 1-PICI J,5 OUNCE MRS ALKALINE POWER CELL BITTEHV g'f
J5UCNT
By: Virginia F. Darby.As Deputy a.m. This concludes servicesfor f WEAEIHfN \

Clerk the day.Ebenezer. .
the creditor or his'agent or and New Bethel C,

7/15 4tchg 8:5 attorney, and the amount Baptist Churches Rev. Leroy
-. - - --- Davis, pastor. Service activityat / "
claimed. If the claim is not yet i
due the date when it will Ebenezer Baptist Church '
CITY OF HAMPTON Service will with
begin
become due shall be stated. If _
CALL FOR BIDS School
the claim is contingent or Sunday at 10 a.m. iiF
Morning Worship at 11 a m.
unliquidated the nature of the
Sealed bids will be received by Evening worship at 6:30: p.m.
uncertainty shall be stated If the
City Council of the City of New Bethel activity will be
Hampton at the City Hall, in claim is secured, the security two weeks of Revival that $AYE 11% hw VALUE P SAYE 12L '
shall be described. The claimant
Hampton Florida, until 800 began July 26 and will go '
P.M. on Tuesday August 10, shall deliver sufficient copies of through August 7. Preaching 5.88 2.77 77c
the claim the
to clerk to enable
1976 at which time Bids, will be Tai fill Ay
nightly by Rev. Leroy Davis.
the clerk to mail DISCOUNT PRICE WAS Mm SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICE DISCOUNT PK CE WAS MS
opened and read aloud on the one copy to Service time 8pm. VALUE PLUS! VALUE PLUS! SAYE 10%
following Items. each personal representative. (ILL POOL WITER IACTENIA, KEEP TOUR VINYL' TOP CLEAN, CAPTURE VACATION MEMORIES
Sew (Hope Baptist Church ALGU, ODORS WITH NTN INT WAXED, PROTECTED WITH 4 PC.SIMONIZ WITH OAF COLOR PRINT FILM,

1 Remodeling of one door and All persons interested in the Service Rev. S.W.activity Mosely as, follows pastor.: CHLORINE S'/k LR. SIZE MAINTENANCE KIT 1ZD-1I EXPOSURE ROLL .74 3 3 a 3 3

window painting the exterior> of estate to whom a copy of this Choir rehearsal Saturday I SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICE, SUPER IOW DISCOUNT PRiceWIPE.CLEAN DISCOUNT PPICB WAS 3M

the City Hall, and exterior> of Notice of Administration has night at 4 p.m. Communion VINYL WORK THE ORIGINAL LEVI'S ILUE GOLDEN FRUIT OF THE LOOM
equipment building been mailed are required service. Afternoon service at 3 CASN NON. SHOES WITH GOODYEAR WELT JEANS THAT SHRINK TO FIT MEN'S UNDERWEAR, PIG. OF 1
WITHIN THREE MONTHS New Hope choir r '"A t low me styling for outfit job Eicluiivi top weight cotton denim.. Polyester lor strength +colin lor
2 One set of concrete steps FROM THE DATE OF THE p.m.performed with nine other S- eonilorl Oil" lesistinl sole 712 is riveted, turticied. m sues 29 38 .abswbencif. shirts or briels.' Ill.

and hand rails on west side of FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS choirs at Mt. Zion Junior
buildIng. NOTICE to file any objectionsthey Choir and
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have that anniversary ";
may challengesthe '
received a certificate of '
A?
Specifications may be obtainedat validity of the decedent's appreciation with the Choir ,/ROt1..,. !
the City Clerks office of call will, the qualifications of the from Cocoa. Melvin Choir. SAVE 1.r; YEX SAYE 1,00 '.:' i

4681201. The City Council personal representative, or the Church of God In Christ,

reserves the right to accept or court venue jurisdiction/ of the Elder D.R. Williams pastor 1.27 3R1.0O 8.88 y..:

reject any or all bids Sunday service will begin with DISCOUNTPAICEWASL41'DISCOUNTPRICIWAS1dfU DISCOUNT PR CE WASS.OI ijr
City Council, Sunday School at 9:30:
Mary Lee Allen ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS Morning service at 1130: with DRY OFF WITH CANNON'S KEEP FOOD FRESH ODOR-FREE IMPROVE TOUR SAME WITH "
City Clerk AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO Minister Taylor in charge At TNIRSTT PATH TOWELS IN WITH NANDI-WRAP-STMONGEN, SPALDING MITCHPLAr TENNIS
7/29 2tchg 8/5 FILED WILL BE FOREVER RICH SOLID COLORS, ZZi4Z" CLINGS RETTER. 100 SO. FT. RACKET, COMPETITION MODEL c
BARRED 5:30: Y.P.W.W. Tuesday night
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Bible Band at 7:30 with A
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Mother Jones
Daisey in
Date of the first publication of f
FLORIDA BRADFORD PROBATE COUNTY DIVISION, the Notice of Administration, : pastonal charge. Friday teaching night The prayer publicis & !ttC vNOt VALUE PLUS! PLUS! 1 % VALUE PLUS! r'r

July 29th, 1976.
File, Number 76 222CP
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Greater invited to Worship Bethlehem with us 3.61 96c 98c

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IN RE: ESTATE OF CLAUDE W. As Personal Marvel M Owen Freewill Baptist Church Rev 9l ,1 IS.UUNr PRICe WAS 3.14 SUPER tow DISCOUNT PAICI SUPER OW DISCOUNT PDiCE
OWEN. SR Deceased. Representative
Jasper Williams,
of the Estate of pastor :.- v SLIP 'INTO SOMETHIN6 SOFT MEN'S WHITE COTTON SHIRT ROTS' PERMA-PRESS POCKET
Service activities as (follows: Or e.I... 1 .. CONTRAST TRIM
CLAUDE W. OWEN SR THE ROPE PLATFORM SLING WITH COLOA- T-SHIRTS IN FUN COLORS
NOTICE OF DeceasedATTORNEY Tuesday night began the SlVE 2.00 SAYE 11% SAVE 1.0 Super contortion thinks to 'lorneuilHon HotdtRl Ml I00i cotton lot Polyester cation cones out ol' IM
ADMINISTRATIONTO
weekly activities with prayer Kid limni Crops soles J-10' tbsorbenc) ud coolness L M. I U dryer lejdj fog action Ims I-It
ALL PERSONS HAVING FOR PERSONAL meeting Wednesday night 7.83 1.47 2.9 7
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Senior Choir was held. '

AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE George REPRESENTATIVE H. Pierce : Thursday night (tonight) the DISCOUNT PRICE WAS t-tl, DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 1.OUSSWARE.77 DISCOUNT PUKE WAS 3.WMISTLINS.OT

AND ALL OTHER PERSONS P.O. Drawer\ 1030 .Tiny Tots will rehearse. Also COOL OFF THE KIDS IN DIG SERVE IUESTS PROUDLY WITH CORY 2-DT.. LASS KETTLE ,
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: Starke Florida 32091 Prayer Band meeting at 7:30.: ID-INCN TUFFT POLY POOL- I PC. PAGODA SET WITH SNAP-IN LID ar u
s
TELEPHONE: 964-5701 and 964- Saturday at 6 p.m. Sunday IT FOLDS FOR EAST TOTIN8 III RICN AVOCADO OR AMDER III SUNNY KITCHEN COLORS SAYi32%
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 8168 School teacher's meeting. EXCEORIN TAUETS, SI'S
the administration of the is I Irri
Sunday pastorial Day Ma
7/29 2tchg 8/5 color W
estate of CLAUDE W. OWEN. Sunday School at 9:30.: Dinner SAVE 14'% Mt 590STARTIR
SR., deceased. File Number 76- ----- - -- will be served at 12:30.: 7+

222Cp, is pending in the Circuit Evening Worship at 6 p m AND SNORKEL MASK ri SAYE 11%
Court for BRADFORD County NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO The public is invited to attend. i SET liuu1I ARRID EITRA DRY /

Florida Probate Division the REGISTER Di,..,. SPRAY, > DZ. /
address of which is Starke FICTITIOUS NAME 2.47 _
Florida 32091 Pursuant to Section 86609 wst/1 ---j
The personal representative of Florida Statutes, notice is WAj4lt' SAYE 10% 21% VALUE /LUS!
the estate IS Marvel M. Owen hereby given that the CORRECTION! r SAYE 21% ISti
In its July 22 issue, the VALUE PLUS! SAVE /OS
whose address Is General undersigned James C, Nugent, 1 77 2 9 6
Delivery, Starke Florida 32361 1. Rt 2, Box 86A, Starke Florida Telegraph erroneously POWER 8 9 4 9 7c COLGATE INSTANT '
reported that Dorothy Green PRlCf/ WERE tttl-ZM 'SUPtR LOw ,
The name and address of the 32091, and Ronald W. Nugent THRUST SWIM SHAVE, 1I 03. DISCOUNT PRICIDOTS'
was placed in charge of FIRS, S, M, L SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICI PRICES WEAN!Xf-\MT
personal representative Rt 1, Box 269 Starke, Florida, administrative COOL OFF IN TANK TOPS OR VDUEYDALL STYLI
attorney are set forth below. 32091: doing business under the weekends the affairs on 2 9 9 OT. NARICOLOR RUSTREAT STRTPEE2E HMI-PASTK ORKUTZIT 48a SNORT SLEEVED T-SHIRTS SUT-SIOE SWIM TROllS
firm name of 'J: & R Nugent at Bradford LATEX 8LOSS ENAMEL FOR LIQUID PAINT REMOVER WASMd Summer nxdrote stiplis II Quick dry polluter! cellos will
All persons having' claims or Electrical Contractor" Rt. 1 Box County Hospital. KIDDIE' SI2C M* METAL D* WOOl h PT. 1.44 OR XWIKEIZE RftUIN.. CLEANER UMIr 1 ftripes pruts so ds. S. M, L nII.ytJlII step trim. SIllS s...L
It should have been stated
demands 269, Starke Bradford County
against the estate are
that
Dorothy Alvarez
required WITHIN THREE Florida, 32091 intends to action of the Board, by of EAGLE,THE CONVENIENT FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES T7O LOCATIONSI?
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF register said fictitious name
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF under the provisions of aforesaid Trustees was placed in 11II132
charge of administrativeaffairs ] W. Madison
THIS NOTICE to file with the statute. during absences of St. PACK REG. 100's
dork of the above court a James C.. Nugent Ronald W. CIGARETTES !
administrator R D *
written statement of any claim Nugent, joint owners. Edmondson.The 964-7513 41484 474
or demand they may have. Each Dated this 29th day of July
claim must be in writing and A.D. 1976 at Starke, Florida Telegraph regrets the '.
must indicate the basis, for the 7/29 4tchg 8/19 error. Open dally 8 'tll 8. Sunday 'til O We reserve the right to limit quantities

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87 % Of All Items, For Sale Appearing In The Telegraph



Want Ads The Week Of July 15 Received Inquires. Most Items Sold. .



Let Us Prove Ta You What: Results They Get: It Only Cost:: S2.QO



FOR RENT HOUSES FOR SALE PERSONAL SERVICE FOR SALEFOR FOR SALE Floriland Realty HOUSES Poll SALE -- ---- o0trtvill- -


HOME FOR SALE: 4 bedrooms SEWING MACHINES: repaired. SALE BY OWNER: 20 10 II t SS PATIO COVER. : 393 N.Temple Ave. Here la what you have nnvayiderired. 6
FOR RENT all make cleaned, oiled and Installed. $185110. unlnstaUed$1MJUO. ...
12 ft. 2 baths %
wide living room, acres, 10 Improved pasture Gator Mobile HomeService. --
mobile home outside city dining room, kitchen family adjusted $7. Work guaranteed. 10 wooded. Well and 48 Acre Farm with home 1/2 ml
9767.
d.
372 3 DR Ilfl Bath
limit 9644114 James Strkkland, corner Morgan llume,5months
or 473-4777 room with fireplace, central electricity. (1,200 an acre un St. Rd. 229.
Uchg heat-air. 9645784. 7/29 Road A II..,. 10. d.... 964-6546. Itp 7/29 ------ - old C.B. Construction on I=-)'

2jchg !/.L. ----- ---- C.... tut with storage Bldg. frontage by 7W deep lot at :T $
.. ____ MISSION STORE: 321 N. Sampson. Lake. 94n"
FOR RENT din's Subdivision FOR SALE Brown leather Temple, Clean clothing - -

l fl acre lots. $30.00 per n.nth. hilt SALE: 4 bedroom brick: 2 BUILDING remodeling,. couch and chair 100. 9 4- Mh.... Items, open every day New Duplex In City. UUINiwcD-Broker
repairs,room additions, garages 5497 after 430. Itp 7/29 930.1 We dona - -
Water A bath pjn. accept 164-64114
Sewage large
furnished. For Uvhig mm,den and
and enclosed
Information carports tions. 7/8 4tp 729ANNOUNCING Nearly N.w. 3 BR Brick '
call .
Mark Olln game room on 1 landscaped acre. kitchens, bath & rooting. Home. 1
...'.MuhIIe Noma SaIe, H..y. Conerly Estates: hoiine No. e. Free estimates. 473-210H. FOR SALE: lovebird $20. Call Wayne Douglas Cecelia Terwillegar
100 W.. Slafoe. Contact .salon-typo Westinghouse - tin 960H1511J
96&11106.{ UI Douglas Nichols !964- Marcus W. VrU'la. 7/15 The Need
2
listings on to 5 acres -
I H158. Uchg. hair-dryer $15, mad.bowling .
Uehg 85PAPPAS_____ opening of Alvarez Produce
bill $5, all glassaquarium 8.13 A. A Business
301.
TRAILER FOR RENT: In --------- with stand and Market (formerly Dowllng's] on
country, 1 child no pete ACCOUNTING accessories 20. 4311428. Highway 301 and 100. Fresh. - Real Facts on Real Estate
$115.00 month. 964- 346. 1st FOR SALE 2 bdrm. mobile SERVICE UK S. Court 7/29 produce & fruit dally tfchg. Pearl Amlnwi.Auac. Ralph Bryan
home 1 3/4 2 miles Starke. FL. 904.7612. 6/24 Itp
end I last. Itp 7/29 on acres
9fH..77J9VERNIEP.ODOM Those "little extras" add up fast when building a
east of Stark. Only 11000. lOtchg 8/2n Real Estate
C.U 964-6479 alter 5 FOR SALE 1969 14' Racing FOR SALE Swimming pool house. A fireplace patio built-in appliances, shrubsin
p.m. -------------
FOR RENTS 2 Ddrm, nubile 7/29 2tp 8/2 ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS type Glaatron Carlson Boat sacrifice. Leadng manufacturer 904-5476 Reg.Broker 9647700Carton./ SpedaUztag: In Lots and Acreage the yard, paved driveways, etc. are all items
home, furnished. Located In : Successful 125 HP Mercury Gator tot and distributor .has afcunammrectangular For Building Mobile Humes.Lota which make living a pleasure, but quickly add up to

country, 9 ml. from Starke living for people who want to trailer. Good condition pools loft over from - a tidy sum In costs.
on SR-235. Call 96&-6630 MISCELLANEOUSKnow STOP drinking. and STAY $1200. 782-3033. Up 7/29 1975 season, 1/2 price guaranteed on Sampson Lake 100 ft. So, when purchasing a preowned home, you

slur. ..8P.. :m. Up...7/29 stopped. Meetings Thurs. & histaHation and. hrnw.Csll on water.$7,800 owner Bnaneg .. should consider all of the above mentioned items.

Sunday 8:00 p.m. 9DIS709 FOR SALE: 10-year-old abed, Jacksonville day. or .. The purchase price has to reflect the cost of all
RENT Unfurnished 3 your blood prensure. horse. NEC .. .
FOR 964-S4.il. 6/24 12tp 10/9 Morgan gliding evenings 904398-5103. d. - -
and improvements. These items raise
Day or Night Anywherel! conveniences
Ddrm. bouse for rent In Colt Python .357 .
COG -
Acreage and lots, and
large
c/2/ ,. .
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Accru-Rx checks. "warning ----------- 9648806. ) the price but are certainly worth the additional
nickel.
town. Call 964-6841. It.hg pistol 4 Inch WATSON'S HOUSE OF small. Several locations
7/29 sign" Instantly right on the 7/29 Up VACUUMS REAL .ESTATE expense.Let .
brands
MOTORCYCLESMOTORCYCLES Many of
spot. $129 at Koch Drug owner financing.
us represent you..whether buying or selling.We .
new vacuous Used _chine. -------
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7/29 5tp 8/26 a-;;, : - -
FOR RENT Kitchenette. ._____ FOR SALE: AKC Registered available Expert Repairs. ., almakes. will make every effort to secure the best deal foryou.
....-furnliihed. Irish Setter Pups. Call Parts.... accessaries for Large 4 BR 3 Bath 2.tory RALPH BUY AN .
Underwood Motel 3 miles MICHIGAN RANCH BAR SUZUKI OF STARKE: Your 964-8709 after 5. Itp 7/29 all _...... BuUt4n central frame home on 4 acres. [U B Realtor

north of Starke on 301 Itp UNDER NEW MANAGE. authorized 304 Suzuki Dealer. Phone vacuum cleaning .,.ote.... 4IM Many etraa$38,000.. 961. 78day! or night PREFERRED PROPERTIES
964404):/ Cast Cal Street
7EL._______ MENT. Mildred and John tfchg. FOR SALE: 4 ft. long 16" NW 10th Ave. Oalnesvile. 376- - plalonMULTIPLE' UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY Professional office and

't.o:!! Up 729PERSONAL wide mirror can be see* at 7110. tfchg. Acreage 5 acres & up good home. The Dowling property on 301 across from FatBoy's

Westmoreland Trailer Parka price good terms. and Wishbone Fried Chicken Brick 3 BR, 2B

HOUSES FOR SALEFor SERVICEACT HELP WANTED !7 day from 2-1. Itp 7/29 FOR SALE: Diamond needles - CH&A. lots of space Inside and out Could be florist

lor any stereo over 247 dUferant 3 BR CB 6 percent mtg shop, antique shop, accountant's office, doctor's
Sale 1974 double-wide GARAGE SALE: 602 Alton ones, we have them all. IJah.mer' office plus home. Seeing is believing.
NOW Turn lima LISTINGS
: spare POSITION AVAILABLE.Uhr.rl.a. : Rd.,furniture,clothing odd. Discount. $17,500----
mobile home 03 x 24, 3 Into $1I! Be A SANTA'S -----
Bradford County & ends Friday, Saturday, 8 FRED BACKETT
bdrm 2 bath family room Demonstrator earn commissions Library. Must have. Master'a ..... 5 p.m. Itp 7/29 3 BR frame,CH A A $15,000 REALTOR CONVENIENT Concrete Block 2Va Baths large
central air & heat sidebyside up to 30 per cent Degree in Library Science - LR kitchen, dining beautiful hardwood floors -
Starke Office 904 964-
refrigerator- OR .have a fay & Gilt Party from ALA approved school. FOR SALE 1965 Belmont FOR SALE: Petri 35 mm 2 BR frame I acre $7,500 205 522 CH&A, panelled throughout garage, front porch
N.Temple
dlnhwesher. $16,000( new, with excellent (US-3011)
In your home and earn Apply ONLY U to 2 bedroom mobile camera e..e.
qualified 47
12 to
x - corner lot next Episcopal Church nicely.
Make offer and $125. Call 964-
owe $10,000. FREE Gifts Our 29th Year! condition
Bradford County Library, home, partially furnished .
of $157.25. after 5. 2 BR fr.me.I8.400 term Hampton Office 904 468-1753 landscaped ground.
assume payments 5875 tfpd
Tall write SANTA'S
or 105 E. Jackson St, Starke. 23,000 BfU'air conditioner _
7/22 7/29 - 6 miles South of ----
964-8031. 2tp I! Avon, Conn. OtiOM. .
Parties, 7/15 3tchg 729AUTOMOBILES included. Call 964 5233.alter
______ 8.7 acres In Starke $15,500 Starko on US-301 PARADISE LAKE Large 3 level home on two
Phone 1 |1203)| 673 .im 6.00: evenings. Itp 7/29 FOR SALE: Mobile home iota
TRAILER FOR SALE) 12 x ALSO BOOKING - beautiful lots.
$95 down.."ewlota 'OIIIIa..a1Loble
65 1974 2BR 1 bath PARTIES.. .7/15..7tchg8/26'! USED --------- si several. subdiviMlans. Ph. 468- 12 acres. well pole & septic Graham: BR. 2 bath -----

$100.00 and take over payments FOR SALE 14 It. fiberglassski 1551. tlchg.FOR Lawtey area 15.000 24500. BRICK 3 BR IVa B, Central heat oni acre
2 1/2
GrUfls HamptonS BR. bath
Loop TommyLee. DON'T 'r II ROW AWAY boat. Good condition - $28,900. landscaped Eat-in kitchen, stove, utility room,

964-8816. Up 129Cim those broken. trsck or FOR SALE 1972: Vega $150 or best oiler. Call 473 40 acres wooded $44,500 Hampton lots $9,000 carport high and dry and room for a garden.
SALE 38 Snub handgun
cassette tapes Take. them to w/alrcond -."to trane. good 4109 Itchg___ ____ nose
: ,51>.22 hand $$2455 25 - Starke BR. 1 bath $11,500 -----
Dahmer'a Discount House tires, radio. $695., 1905Chevy automatic guns from $4955.Dahmera Call anytime 782-3806 Starke 3 BR, 1 1/2 bath INVESTMENT Gracious 2 story home with CH&Aon

< 'JLZ' Jii! 5.L t!$!!*_ $300. Call Truck 473. ,. 1384.Step-side Itp 7/29 six. FOR SALE:: 23 1&. travel Discount guns tfchg. Associates 964.7154 & 782 $21,500. ACREAGE adjacent( to Starke Plaza Shopping
1 lots $3300.
trailer like new condition 3397 acre Center.
BUSINESS 3 double wide $26.501))
contained.. Must sell. SALE Mobile Home Parts acres -----
OPPORTUNITY: Have a FOR SALE 1970 Dodge FOR :: LAtHEr Fit. I I 1/2 wide
'm single
Make. cash offer 4311193. acres
and _pltce. OLIVS MOillLE: SWIMMING POOJ., Hot & tired? We have the
dress shop of own Monaco 4 door sedan $12,500.
your 78238O6United
1tchg 729PEARS HOME SALES Hwy. 100 W. Y; answer with a sparkling pool attractive 3 BR home
featuring name brand first power air good condition .. e"rc. win, a ",.e.
quallly merchandise. $11 AIM( ) SHOO. Dolph Reddish 96472JO. FOIl SALE $2 Stoke, 4-5606. trchg Many Others with a great Florida Room.
includes fixtures, 7/29 8/2 Come In and -----
Inventory !!:_ 2tp _____ bushel. Call Rosha's Beauty see us
teang" lwyer anti .saveINDEPENDENCE training and grand opening FOR SALE: Coastal 60 ACRES On Bessent Road with CH&A home and

Call collect anytime, for Mr AUTO FOR SALE: 1965 3/4 Shop. .,_98J_75T0.c :_Up 7/29! __ Burmuda Hay, 1.50 bale. :2 Farm Agency, Nile trailer. Hot for development.

Berrler |19011| 761 76U.:. 7/i ton pickup 4 speed trans, goats 1 male 1 female BiB Trigg 468-1842 ---- -
2tp 8/5_ motor In excellent. CaB 533- YARD SALE: Sat., Ht.rt..t (milking!: liquid chicken Inc. Dick Coss 9646384 SPRING LAKE KEYSTONE Split level with

Does your present position 21?: alter_6. I'P 7/21 ___ 9.odds Toys and!,ends.clothing Karen mostly W..., Icrt.W.A.Truck. hold 4681985.6 tona. Reg.Real Estate Broker CH&A 10' on crystal clear lake.

permit you te be IIUL'SW SIIR':..Cumplee 1112 Debra St. (Green Prevatt 206 S.Water St. '. -....---
lfchg.FOR
Independent as well as earn sharpening ...rvl.e. circular FOR SALE 1965 Ford C- AeresJL.:. ..>_!/?? ___ National Advertising. TWO BEAUTIFUL ACRES with a comfortable 3
--------- ---
all that you are capable of? hand carbide, chain, mower 800 Cab over chassis. See at Paul FaulknerBrokerIrene HICK'S BR Hi B on Madison Street heat and air. near
Will It even promise you that Made hollow ground and 30H Faulker-Associate..
Register Oil Company, GARAGE SALE Ok! Rod & town.
SALE 45 ft. trailer
balanced Leave at Jackson :
? 1HIS Susan BakkellAoeodate9I145Oi5
In the future
South Thompson' tlchg__ White store in I..wtey. f1"f'POODLEGROOMING -- ---
!
OPPORTUNITY HOES! Building Supply, Starke or Keystone .. without partitions. $100. To-
Height. tfchg every Fri. and Sat. 9-5. Up Kena Motel. 964.6784. Itp ONE ACRE Out of city with all electric 3 BR 2 B

Farm is SALE 197 Pontiac 1129-- --------- 7/29 home Chain link fence utility building Low down
United FOR
Agency now ----- ---- --- : .ARE YOU READY TO SELL
.
actively expanding In the 10 x:20/ PATIO(()HIS: Hume Catalina, 2 Door Hard Top. ---- -- -- --- --- YOUR PROPERTY? Two Full Time payment to qualified buyer.
SALE Well and
and $180 take LOT FOR ---- -
state of Florida wants and mobile homes. Small Equity up pay
real estate licenses who Installed $110 unlnstalledGAIIHt ments. Call after 5 p.m. 964- trees, oil SR-16 West. Good LOST AND FOUNDLOST / Om 63.000.000 GroomersAppointments POTPOURRI 54 acres New Rive..... uilding lots

choose a career that grants MOKII: HOME SUtVICE SHtM 6,JfpdFOR _______ location Must sell. Make people are For on Crosby Lake Green Acres, Little Lake Santa Fe
4311193.
them independence and high : CO. 111. 3724767. Gaines "cash offer Itchg .
iipoud lo our Bessent Road Commercial Building on Temple
7/29 ____ _____ DOG: Caramel I.llhIllll III
Income potential. Those vile Ifchg SALE 1972 Pontiac __ colored long haired setae'ldrrrtmng' Your Convenience Professional Bldg. on Thompson Street..Owner

selected must have shownthe -- -- --- -- CaUlina. 2 door vlnly lop chihuahua, hard of hearing 964.7837 financed home on Church St..Some farm land.
traveltrailersleeps
SALE 15 ft. Fan
FOR 624Wellrilling
:
ability to mauler past MOBILEIIOMF. MOVINGAbo A" PS. PB. Deluxe .wheels medication. Please ----_
endeavors: be recognized for mobile home hu.ricane usher good condition. Call 964- 6. Self on Janelle Reese 964- ea 6 seeh.ra several
contained air conditionerand contact LOW DOWN PAYMENT We have nearlynew
their and integrity sseslrJc
;
honesty
be willing to work hard and keg kur.and Olin's( mobile MOII1LK.home Hume rout cost Vi- H0i6. Juhg I ..__ _____-- heater 2 relrigerators !?!:.Itp 7129_ __ ___ Before homes which only require 5800 to $1,500 to get

give Ihelr full commitment vice !NU-5Min.. St ltd Ib'W A gas, electric, fully csrpeted. 3 BR Frame house on into then assume existing mortgage at 8' t or Sit

to UNITED. Jrt. 23% SUrki. Ha. Uchg. FOR SALEFOR Call 782.3181 after 5 p.... Up WANTED ipprox. 1/2 acre Fireplace, You Buy A percent interest mo. payments from *I2J to S186
7/29 mack air cond.
bar -- -
-----
-- -- -- ---- --
In return...U.NUrD; : olfrrs carpeted & panelled.
SIT for SALE Yamaha electronic WANTED Used NEEDED: Small tracts of acreage
HILL B\RY any"age : refrigerators
excellent training
an FOR SALE: 3 bdrm. 1 bath 115,900. $600 down with Mobile
chid in home 9K4482I.Kchg excellent ,washers and
program unequalled mv. stage organ carpeted concrete block .Iovula monthly payments of
national advertising condition cover Included home I7,50O Must sell. good condition. Call Dah 113500 per month. Cecelia/ T. Terwillegar Realtor/
$1200 negotiable. Call 9615875 mere Discount 964-7943. tin.ucille's Home
nationwide referral ----- '
support .1196.18577 after 5 pan. Up - 206 West Madison Avenue
Starke. Florida
system, signs, office forms MHTM' WOMAN 3H, druhwe alter-.:4.tfpd.. 7/29 --------- -- 3 BR 1 bath block house
top marketing techniquesand poJUoo live In your Inane and -------------- 118,500. $1,300 down with See

a high'speed computer cure for nick: or ekiert). Hoorn- SINGER SEWING FOR SAI.E: Pop-up camper, 113800 per month.
system which processes hoard. S2r per work. tall any MACHINE 8AI.E.Up A sleeps 4. stove. Ice.box, 30 - U OFFICE PHONE 964.7776
sales leads from coast to limo' Jti&i Jt i'itt. tlchgA Sew Model No. 774. Free gallon holding tank Can be 20 Acres mostly cleared with John HOME PHONE 964-5145

coast.If -- -- -- Arm Sewing. Save 8000. seen at Starke KOA any day creek Large Barn part ally
Now Colemans Sewing this week after 4pm. Itchg Inished. Perfect set up for
your search foe the \ >"N CAI,I.INGTo buy or srlAvon Center 150 N. Water St., Plunder hat farm you've always 473 3775
independence of being your fall 155.2110'or/ wrileIxinu Starke. .-1. Phone 964-6363.. 7/29.____ __ _____ dreamed of. --- -- -- -

own boss la genuine and you Cl>stt.P.O.Box 23). Lake.. faahionmate ZlgZagFront
would enjoy selling (arms, I it>. rlorida. tlchg.-" W/ Drop-In bobbin.NowJSJH FOR SALE: 24 x 64 double- House ,-----------,
>0 7/15 4tp 8/5 home. Centralair
mobile
wide
town and country homes and : :_ 1534 S Templa '
and heat.3 bdrm.,2 bath.
buRinesses. reply in !
confidence to: 1111.11 CAUL:: l.lc.OMd. FOR SAIr.: 15 ft. trailer living room, family room MOBILE HOME GARAGE SALE

hot meals, fenced yard without partitions. $400. To- dining room kitchen utility BRASCVGTON 2" thru 6"
UNITFDFAKM: Supervised pay 964 84 IUchg Rena Motel 116 t 6184. Itp room. Call after 5, 431.1763 AntiquesUsed radfllac-OklsnMtiue: PARKInsidXItyLbnits PHC Sports Wear

AGENCY IM'. 7/29 R.Ilordyl!! ltp7/29. ___ hales A Service Fast Rotary I Across From
.
FurnitureOpen Fmt&"
----- "' 1101I Of UNd
Registered (teal Drilling Equipment Johnson Feed Store
Can Taken On llniktoMt.ljonfSmure
Estate: BrokerRichard FOR SALE Sow. A PI... FOR NILE: Furnished 3
W.G,odder J! CLOSE OUT SALEI! All sows bred over bdrm. frame home, Carport, 11 A.M. 7 P.M CatkUuc Tnulei I STATE LICENSED rp.town 9 S Sot .Iu''; ->4
8 Hobbies at some :2001 N.W. 13 3784101a :
Crafts nice shaded lot. Hwy
District M.n.luBo.ll'16 Arts leaded. lloyd King well 7. 29 8/26
$30 Per
JALNLSVTLLE Month
Clothing ItemsABCityCoweiieaee
30 percent DISCOUNT. Crawford Road Heilbron 16 west 111 900. Must sell.
.
Fusils.: Florida 3J728 Hobby Hows 155 W. Call. Sl'.neE ___ 964-8750.:. .7/29lleb_ L __ PumpsNew I Fire Police Protection. 10 Pieces '1.

Phone: 904-357-JO/O 7tchg 7 22, 7 79 (7tyGaaWaterandhew. r 2 Dinette Sets

FOR SALE Small quiet FOR SALE OR LESE: Specially PricedUpholstery
horse, chain saw, rocker. Commercial budding with & UsediSalesPartsService I Jo-Lu Motel
and 1/2
bath
new tent 10' x 14', living quarters. 102 V. 3 IIR Brick, Mimosa Manor Pieces
compressor, car track. tape Brow nice, corner of SR-16 LR DR, Central heat on ( 964 8810 50' And Up
player. 9ti4- OOJ. 7/29 2tchg and Walnut St. R.C. Dam- nice I acre lot outside city Mobile Home ParkA

THOMAS REALTY 8E___._______ pier. Ptione' ...9647721. tlchg limits. Nice Place j E-Z TermsPlumbing

m - ToUve
621 North Walnut St. Desk calendar A refill HART FEED Highway 100 V10 acre. tracts, high land on NONE. ;

Starke. Florida 32091 TIIK: tWI'll'lslim'. PI 1 h. West. Hay $1 bale In Held. paved road. Graham. area Large Lola f's rt:.
Jj.I-57111. 496.2093. tfchg Yard .
- -
14. Frame house on corner lot Indty. Garbage Cans j New Installation j jj 964-7604 For ,(ctService
Real Estate) Prompt
(Formerly A.J Thomas Close to shopping area Mil Boxes
WaterCentral I IBOB'S
- -
Business Opportunity 3000 sq H CB Building 301 s 00(1 3 to 6 acres clear. 4 mi N/\V of .Sewage BantUirhage j Remodeling

with overhead office, and storage.some equipment Starke. Pickup ( Repairs APPLIANCE SERVICEServicing
2 Car Parking
-- - I IGurrance
modern equipped I A 2 acres mobile .home ekes, ccrort3PatJoImproved All Electrical AppliancesGoing
LR DR large \
3 BR, 2 baths.
beautiful 233 x ISO t'"l N.W of "Surke Terms.CHMU.E Street ,
on
kitchen, plus much more '' Iatric Service to ,

corner lot-Nice-Central heat and air RtMIKKTS) : JR. 21)0 Am,.... !PUMPS & SUPPLY ,
---- Keg Real Eitati Orator Metered(Ga.

Small acreage 904-7KW: I COMPANY Out.Of
-- If -Mo..Bo-
I
Frame 2 story single residences ': DINE fQ 1 ,2 t 1 Month FREE lIMa II I 864 N. Temple Ave.
-- -
Large acreage 100 acre plot 1000.09 an acre V" 'j I Hectrfc, Hookup !I Starke t tI Business Sale

many more DANCE ( LONGCHAMP PHONE 9647498 I 964-7061 TFJ I IOlin's
---- L-_________
Lovely building, on 301 with 1'/ "tiEntertainment's Howe and Building
Business opportunity ( '
appro.J4JO sq. It plenty of parking space approxeOOsq. : MaterialsWEBIILI All Mary Carter

fI. with central H-A. call today. \ )-
j [ "Your Plant llr Ourt Subdivision
(DOING BUSINESS ONLY IN REAL ESTATE) Wed. Fri Sat. & Sun. The \ Your toc Or Ow," PAINTS AT 60 %
A\\
-IREEEb1TMAl'FSIhmudefngllepaln: I I

F. Delano Thomas. 964-6507 S3] 2110 mIIO" '\ ( I 1 I I I
Reg. Real Estate Broker 'zvj V Homes Additions Hough Of Retail Price

Sold Traded:
Associates (
944-8384 Silve SIR 'l wan I' .
Judy Flynn Mgr. 964-6616' ACREAGE MW SALE I S w y ice' MARY CARTER PAINT

Harold Epps 9644NV3Hivjf. /!

Steve Simmons a 94.S58I Restaurant & lounge 301 Soul-, Star*. / Aero Lois' For R.nt. 'SO"0bevvaa.' .. Furnished Water a 102 E. Brownlee 964.7721

To JST: Hello Hwy 21 Melrose' If Call Mark Olin 964.! 606 Hwy 16 4 Morgan Rd .!tf 7/22 7e 8/5178




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Funeral Home J. OBITUARIES:*

Open Aug..1 1 .11 L I
Nelson Jones *
The Archer Funeral Home
will open formally August 1, .
Located three miles south on aIJJr) Nelson\ E. Jones. 59! of
301, it was formerly Brown'sRefrigeration Silver Lake died suddenly Si
Building.The ; : Thursday morning. July 22, at*Ji
building, located In the 9 hia residence after suffering :jp
Deerwood subdivision, has W 1i. : an apparent heart attack. U
4700 square feet of space- .t "' ____ -1--- .. ,. Bona February 25, 1917 in
three family rooms, a sitting m a CQIR Scranton Pennsylvania, Mr. 3
room, a coffee room casket Jones had lived in the Starke a
display room, embalming area since 1948. For the put g
room office and a* chapel '+ w { tilH 16 years he had been _
which seats 200. The decor is Sunday Baptist Men's employed as a television $fj
blue, gold and white, and the Breakfast, 7:30: a.m.; Sunday technician at Winkler Electric. t
building has been completely L-w4I School 9:45: a.mMorning\; in Starke. v.
remodeled inside and out. Worship! 11:00: a.m.; Church Survivors include his wife **
There is parking for 60-75 Training, 6:15: p.m.; Evening Marjorie L., Junes; blaW-:'
mother Mrs. Hazel H. Davis A
cars. 4 1 Worship, 7:30: p.m.
Our reputation has been Monday Bus leaves for of Keystone Heights; one son, JJ
built on the personal touch we : 2Wa iep" i//' Harmony Bay Music Camp; Stewart N. Jones of Orange
render families in their timeof $ I_ Deacons Meeting 7:00: p.m. Park; a daughter Mrs. *
need. Our motto in Lake r h ts in WN R I'R h Wednesday Family night Constance C Tainter of Santa

Butler, "Within your means supper, 6:15: p.m.; Sunday Maria, Calif.; a brother, 4.
now, peace of mind always", A tornado which swept an area on Bayless Highway outside The Porecca's also had three other trailers moved from their School Workers Mtg., GA's, Clarence Jones of Lockport:
stands true here because our Starke nipped this trailer owned by Frank Porreca and another foundations by the tornado and while there were no injuries) RA's Acteens, World Friendsand New York and five *
on Willard C. Gaskins' chicken farm. much property damage was done in the area .
grandchildren.Funeral
goal is to be worthy of the Mission Friends, 6:45:
confidence of the people we p.m.; "Hour of Power", 7:30: services were held
serve The people of Bradfordand p.m.; Trustee Meeting, 8:15: Monday morning, July 26 In 4-
surrounding counties Tornado Flins 2 Trailers On SR225Church p.m.; Adult Choir 8:15: p.m. the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at*
have a choice service. - Thursday Visitation, 9:30: Starke with Rev Merl.

The Lake owner Butler, Doyle and M.Archie Archerof M. was the right placeto truck at church. When M he through a window in the part of a hay barn near the demolished along with most of a.m.Saturday; PARADE: .m.DAY was Packham in Hillcrest officiating.Memorial Burial"
be for Willis C. broke in on the channel to house. the contents of the trailer.
Broughtonand .
house.'It Park at Gainesville.
Tanner of Starke, are not new FOR VBS, 10:00: a.m.
in the funeral profession. his wife. Debra. & their discover the location he Broughton was thankfulthat 'It's a good thing we were in
Doyle has operated a funeral two children Wednesday learned that it was near his was blowing and rainingso he and his family were church, or we' would have Mrs. Gillies
when the freak accident been in there he said. *
home in Lake Butler since July 21, at about 7 p.m. residence.'I hard you couldn't hoar gone ST. MARK'S
l2 and Archie has been in While the Broughton s were knew it was mine, so I anything,' Mrs. Porreca said. occurred, saying that his two- EPISCOPAL CHURCH .
the funeral profession since in church that evening what jumped in my truck and She estimated that total week old son s crib was BROOKERIN Mrs Isabelle A GlIDes 79, V
of Lake Geneva died
19ti5 was reported to be a tornado went; Broughton said. damage to their four trailerswas -------------- Sunday, August 1 8:30: at her home. A ,July retired 24 *r
Redo hope you will come by flopped their house trailer and Mrs. Frank Porreca owner about $5,000. I have yet to be bored by BRIEFBy a.m. Holy Eucharist 10:00: saleswoman, Mrs Gillieswas
Willard C.
one belonging to of Broughton's trailer and the Eucharist.
Sunday. a.m. Holy
member of >
someone paying me a com- a the
Gaskins, and moved three three that were moved said Gaskins sa id that his trailer Tuesday, August 3 7:30:
Methodist Church. She
Most ; would rather pliment.Otto was
people others from there foundations Jeannette Prescott
that the tornado broke limbs located at his chicken farm
p.m. Vestry Meeting. born in New York *
Van Isch quoted by January" ;
defend to the death your all located on SR-225 about one from pecan trees and tore a across the highway from the
right to say it than listen to mile from SR100.Broughton tin roof from a tool shed Porreca's trailers and Earl Wilson Field News Birth 19, 1897. *J
it. said he first near their house, which is unoccupied at the time was paper Syndicate Mr. and Mrs. David First Christian Church -.
-Robert Brau.lt. In Family heard of the tornado over hisCitizen's located behind the trailers to flipped completely over and McClean of Ocala are the Call It Christian Street Survivors include oneu
Weekly Band radio in his the east. She said the came to rest right side up proud parents of a baby son, Starke Florida daugher, Mrs. Doris:
overturned trailer was about 40 feet from its There are a thousand Sean Mikell, born July 18, in Invites you to Worship in Eichelberger' of Lake
State Bank No.40S hacking at the branches of Monroe Memorial Hospital fellowship with us. Geneva; one brother, Alfred*
foundation. He said the
Consolidated Report of Condition of "Florida Bank at Starke" of 1 when discovered he returned by her home husband from tornado also tore the chimney evil to one who is striking at He weighed 7 Ibs 1 oz. The Sunday Bible Study, 9:45: Smith of Keystone Heights ci
Starke in the State of Florida and Domestic Subsidiaries at the a trio to Starke a noticed it from his house and destroyed the root. mother is the former Carol a.m.; Morning Worship, 10:45: two sisters. Mrs Roxanna,.
close of business on June 30, 1976. -Henry David Thoreau Gainey .of Brooker.! His! am.; Youth Meeting 6:00: Schmidt of Starke and Mrs.

maternal granamotner is p.m.; Evening Worship 7:00: Pearl Rassmussen ot. .'!I,.,
BALANCE SHEET ASSETS -- -- Mrs. Betty Nails of Brooker. p.m. 4 Georgia.
1. Cash and due from banks . . 1470000.00 --- -- \ Ce Wednesday Bible Study Services and burial will bo3rin
2. U.S. Treasury securities . . . 4,310,000.00 FuneralWe and Prayer, 8:00: p.m. New York. DeWitt Gf
1. Obligations of other U.S. Government : extend our sympathy to Jones Funeral Home a**

agencies and corporations . . . . 953000.00 SUM-Elt Mr. Luke Thomas's family on Keystone Heights is in-
4. Obligations of States and political the loss of their loved one. He First United charge oflocal.

subdivisions . . . .J.547,000.00 resided in Palatka. Survivors arrangements. II!
,
5. Other bonds notes and debentures . . . 129000.00 ""/' include his wife, Susan, and Methodist Church> II'J
S. Corporate stock . . . . . None I : five sons. He was a former / 4-S s
7. Trading account securities . . . . . None ''I" .II. 1 resident of Brooker. Those Sunday -9:45: a.m., Church MadiaonSt.i "
a. Federal funds sold and securities purchasedunder r I u i a attending his funeral included School for all ages; 11 a.m.,
agreements to Mrs. Evan: Hodges of Morning Worship-Nursery Baptist Church ..ItRev. -
resell . . . . None -11 Brooker. Mr. Leon and Olen Provided; 6 p.m., UMYF !
9. a. Loans Total (excluding Parrish, of Lake Butler Mr. Snack Supper-Norma Jean .dPastor
unearned income) . . 7354000.00 G.W. Parrish, of Providence, Adams&FloSlade; 6:30: p.m., .Charles R.Swartl
b. Less: Reserve for possibleloan and Mrs. Virgie Brogdon of UMYF Meetings & .tyf
losses . . 30,000.00 Lake City. Burial was Friday, Recreation.
c. Loans Net . . . . 7324000.00 -- July 23. Wednesday 7:30.: p.m., Thursday Youth outing to
10. Direct lease financing . . . . . . None -. Chancel Choir Rehearsal. Orange Park to play Putt-Putt
11. Bank premises furniture and fixturesand PersonalsAnn golf. Ages 7th gradecollege..
other assets representingbank I 197412x5O Marie, Laura Lynn Meet at church at 6:00: p.m.,

premises . . . 274,000.00 ""wi10x50 and Lee Messmore of Temple Morgan Road Sunday Sunday school,.
11. Real estate owned other than Hills, :Md. are visiting their 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship,
bank premises . . . None grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. 11:00: a.m.; Children
13. Investments In unconsolidated subsidiariesand Good 2 Br Leslie Green, and other Baptist Church Church 11:00: a.m.; Church
associated companies . .. . None Air* Cond. relatives this summer. Theyare Training, 6:15: p.m.; Evening
14. Customers' liability to this bank on the children of the Green's Worship, 7:30: p.m.
acceptances outstanding, . None ? 2 Both Cond. Good Cond daughter Annette. Sunday Sunday School.) I Nursery provided for all
IS. Other assets 220000.00 Key and Mrs L.L. Pringle 10:00: a.m.; Morning Worship services.
16. TOTAL ASSETSsum $ of West Lake. La. are visiting & Services for the Deaf 11:00: Tuesday Ladies Bible
( of items 1 thru 15)) 17317000.00 8895: 3195 his sister, Mrs. Mamie 'i a.m.; Training Union, 6:30: Study It monthly luncheon.
'
$2500 Markham in Lake Butler and :I p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: 11:00: am. Lunch served at
LIABILITIES other relatives while they are 1 I p.m. noon.WMU meeting at church
17. Demand deposits of Individuals partnerships Down in Florida Their niPf"p and her 6:30: p.m.
,and corporations . . 4384000.0 2 Single Wide Repos For $250 family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wednesday Mid Week Wednesday Mid-week
18. Time and savings deposits of individuals Prescott and Johnny visited <]Prayer Service and Bible prayer service, 7:30: p.m.;
partnershipsand corporations . 6093000.00 Priced At 54995 with them Tuesday night July :Study 7:30: p.m.; Choir Youth choir practice 7i30
19. Deposits of United States Government . 24000.00 20.. Kov. Pringle is pastor of ]Practice, 8:15: p.m. p.m.; Adult choir practice
20. Deposits of States and political Jesus Name Mission Churchin 8:30: p.m. *,

subdivisions . 4,438,000.00 Sulphur. La.Corpsmember.
21. Deposits of foreign governments and Olin'sMobile July Sale Wholesale! Prlcea
official I institutions . None Lloyd E. Hill
22. Deposits of commercial banks None of Kt. 1, Box 106. Brooker took
23. Certified and oHlcers' checks 133,000.0015,072,000.OC part in the 205th graduation : (DffiDOO0 .AUTO :
24. TOTAL DEPOSITSsum exercise of the Singer
( of items 17 thru 23)) HomesHwy Breckinridge Job Corps
a. Total demand deposits 5621000.00 Center July 28. 'II GlJ:( fB E rntfiJ! : E SALESI ,.
b. Total tim, and savings deposits 9451000.00 Hill successfully completed
25. Federal funds purchased and securities sold 100 Starke 964.5606 FHA Available On New Homes studies in heavy equipmentand .: 1975 CADILLAC COUPE DEVILLrg
under agreements to repurchase None Ask Mark Olin Aboul The F plans a career in the field
26.! Other habi lities for borrowed money None of heavy equipment operator. ,!:! Loaded Tilt Wheel Cruise cOntrol Stereo 8 Tape!.
27. Mortgage indebtedness None a. Leather Int. Landau Top i 15000 Miles
28. Acceptances executed by or for accountof ('
this bank and outstanding None

29.10. Other TOTAL liabilities LIABILITIES 190000.00 THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR: r $749575CNEYELLE i=

(excluding subordinated notes and debentures) 15.262.000.00None = "
11 CHEVY '
31. Subordinated notes and debentures EXPERIENCE QUALIFICATIONSINTEGRITY m
MALIBU CAPRICE .
EQUITY CAPITAL S .
12. Preferred stock a. No. shares outstanding None None L PtS, 8 P B. 4 Door One Owner 4 5"
33. Common stock a. No. shares authorized 12,000
b. No.shares outstanding -12,000 300000.00 $3395 $4195
34. Surplus 1200000.00 GENE LONGCERTIFIED :

3S. Undivided profits . 366000.00 LET'SKEEP '
750006E 14 ROAD RUIIII
36. Reserve for contingencies and a S
other capital reserves 189,000.00 U CORONET
Blue Loaded
37. TOTAL EQUITY CAPITALsum FLA. APPRAISERI Coupe VInyl Top 4p_
PROPERTY
( of items 32 thru 36)) . 2,055,00000 Sharp Car Sharp Car
38. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITALsum
( of items 30. 31,and 37)) 17317000.00 I WISH TO AQUAINT YOU WITH THE PERSONNEL IN YOUR PROPERTY $3495 $2995 *

MEMORANDAI APPRAISER'S OFFICE AND THEIR QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE *
I Average for 15 or 30 calendar days ending 18 CIRDOII 13 CHEVY IMPALA *
with call date:
a. Cash and due from banks VALARIA SHUFORD.22V2 YEARS EXPERIENCE AND HAS COMPLETED TWO *cAll Power Seat Windows 2 Door Coupes *
corresponds to item 1 above) 855000.00 Tilt 6 Cruise 2 To
Choose
b. Federal funds sold and securities, purchased COURSES IN APPRAISAL TECHNIQUES From, *
under agreements to resell
(corresponds to item above) 330.000.0C .SISSY ( LONG) CORY-EMPLOYED PART TIME & FULL TIME SINCE 1968. HOLDS FLA. : SAVE $2395 *
c. Total loans (corresponds to

item 9a above) 7,337,000.00d. I I REAL ESTATE LICENSE AND HAS COMPLETED TWO COURSES IN APPRAISAL 12 RAMBLER 13 fORD TORIIO e:*
Time deposits of $100,000 or more
(corresponds to Memoranda item 3a TECHNIQUES..AL 4 Door A/C. P.S. S PB. Station Wagon 1.*
plus 3b below) 3,695,000.0<
e. Total deposits COSTON JR. EMPLOYED FULL TIME SINCE 1972. HOLDS FLA. REAL ESTATE Low Milage AlC, At. P.S a P.B. *
(corresponds to item 24 above) 15,305,000.0
f. Federal funds purchased and securities LICENSE AND HAS COMPLETED THE REQUIREMENTS AND HAS BEEN DESIGNATEDA : $1250 $2495 *
sold under agreements to repurchase
(corresponds item 25 above) Noneg. CERTIFIED FLORIDA EVALUATOR. VIETNAM VETERAN.LEE .
Other liabilities' for borrowed money 3 11 FORDS 75 PACER *

(corresponds to item 26 above) None HARDENBROOK EMPLOYED PART TIME AND FULL TIME SINCE 1970. HOLDS Auto Tran Air Cond. .
1. Standby letters of credit outstanding None M 2 Door b 4 Door .
3. Time deposits of$100,000 or more: FLA. REAL ESTATE LICENSE AND HAS COMPLETED THE REQUIREMENTS AND HAS Clean Cars Bucket Seats X
a. Time certificates of deposits in denominations M "
, of f $100,000 or more 3,477,0000 BEEN DESIGNATED A CERTIFIED FLORIDA EVALUATOR. u Make Offer $3295'
b. Other time deposits in amounts otSlOO.OOOor N
more 218,00000 C14
DODGE PICK-UP
( NONE OF THE ABOVE REAL ESTATE LICENSEES ARE OR HAVE BEEN n
I I. Ruth S. Johns Cashier, of the above-named bank do r Club Cab Air Condo 74 FOlD PICK : ii
solemnly affirm, that this report of condition is true and correct AT P.s. P.B.
INVOLVED SELLING OF REAL ESTATE) F 100
i to the best of my knowledge and belief. IN THE U Extra Clean Long W.B. e M
I

I ATTEST RUTH S. JOHNS, To Achieve Equity In Assessments It Is Necessary To Have A Qualified Trained Staff And With b $3595 $2250"
S.L, Peek, Jr., J.E. Tomllnson C.E. Hernwall Directors
I Your Interest In Mind I Have Consistently Maintained A High Level Expertise Rather Than Just ;
State of Florida ,

County of Bradford ssi I Hire More Employees As The State Has Proposed. Your Vote & Support Will Be Appreciated W
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 22nd day of July, 1976, : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS J :
and I hereby certify that I am not an officer of director of this' Dem. Primary Sept. 7

bank.My Paid, Political Advertisement 473-4470 & 473-4078 *
commission expires February 23 1980. 'It
Paid, For By Gene Long 68.15
Signed! Shirley M Baqwell Notary Public
. July, Sal. Wholesale Pricy

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