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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 5, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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Clerk Merrill Edwards, like a voice crying in the financial wilderness, told the Council
Tuesday that the City was$175,683 "in the red with no money to pay last month's bills ,
I "I've told you all along, but you wouldn't listen. I don't know what we're going to do" Edwards: '
said, presenting the sixth deficit monthly report in a row, tie said he had to transfer funds to the
utility system to make a current payroll

Edwards said that the Federal Revenue Sharing funds had been reduced from $I &(MM o to$72.ooo'.
k and that the Council had lowered utility rates several months ago contributing to the loss III( I''

I / .. revenue
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I "You mean we're spendingmore 'I
/, than we're taking In?"
.1 asked Commissioner Harold Southeast
Starke
ARCHITECTS RKNDKIUM::,\; : THE NEW: COMMUNITY: STATE HANK:\; BUILDING:,\; TO GO UP SOON ON US-301 SOUTH, Epps."That's.

; exactly right,"
r" Edwards said adding that the

New State Bank To Go Here Council had just approvedbills
Community Up totaling $113,628 for the

utility system, and another Building Complex :

-V .--r 54,210.45 for the general fund.
Groundbreaking ceremonies structure will have three and
were held here yesterday eventually five drive-in windows y av. "The money just Isn't thereto 4
for the new Community State and an elevator. pay these bills," Edwards
said. "The only thing I to Gains OKCity
Bank at Starke. The 20-year-old bank has see City's
do is to cash in our $220,000
grown from an initial $25,000 !
Certificate of Deposit and
Bank president Charley surplus and $15,000 in undivi SITU or' w- I
Johns and executive viceded profits to $520,000 surplus COMMUNITYSome hopefully that might carry us" Council Tuesday night ever, that the comprehensiveplan
president Margaret Miller and $155,715 undivided profits added next two months. approved previous action of would not completed ,
manned the shovels during the today, 1 r He however, that this the City Zoning Board allowing until 1979 and that the city I
15-minute ceremony at the The bank's 19 employees f would be only a stop-gap mea a change in classificationto could not afford to postpone
future bank site at Edwards expect to be in their new home sure, and not a solution to the permit construction of a 24- growth for that length of time. 1
Road and US-301 south at the by spring Senator Johns and ,overspending problem. apartment complex in the On motion by CommissionerMarc I
Bradford Square Shopping Margaret Miller. executive Expressing no particular southeast section of Starke. Jackson, seconded b>' I
Center vice-president, and Lottie concern over the situation, the The council's o.k. was conditional Vernon Silcox, the council unanimously -

Ghent, custodian, are the only r' Council authorized Edwards however, stipulatingthat approved the zon-
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to cash the CD. which the
The $342.000 structure will original employees of the the developers must paya ing board's decision,
cleric said represented sewer Impact fee to be contingent conditions
replace the present structure bank still working there. upon
t "money we saved during the determined by the city's specified.
at 114 W. Madison Construction Other bank officers Include: "
I is to begin immediately. Wayne Fullmer, vice-presi 'past 19 years engineers, Mayor-Commis Games said the first unit of
Edwards' warning came sioner Charles Schaefer also the complex should be
Bill
Johns said he will buy the dent dent;; Ray Tilley Norman, vice-presl-, cashier; ,near the end of a meeting that said that permits for the pro- completed within 12 weeks I

i old building and lease it to Mary Cille Bennett, head dragged on to almost 11 posed new construction would after the final go-ahead is I

j.Gatorf'relghtways of Jack :bookkeeperandMyrtlcetafj'"' ....9'docktR.GDeNng.withapublic ) ) ) l,not be issued until it had been, given.. .
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sonville. His son, Jerome is ter, head teller. : hearing on..the CityV determined that utilities to In other action at the Zoning JJJ

f president of the company. The bank's board of direc 60 person attended 'a round breaking ceremony Wednesday 'morning for the nt"wThe 201 Facilities Wa .P Plan llutjoo.which Control the Serve! the '24 units" were Board's Monday 'luc-etiu<<: *!,

conhers are Dr. S E Simmons, Community State Bank building to VS-3011louUl and Edwards the adequate without any approval was given" to a
new building to be go up on corner of the Brad- engineers said would cost the additional the of Lillian
expenditure by request W. Bishop
chairman, Dr 'PeleFelos. Dr, ford Square Shopping Center.
structed by Triest Construction -
city $263,000 per year in operations for of
city placement a mobile
I of Keystone /Heights will IIII Adams, Charley Johns Bank President parley E Johns and Executive 'icePrellld..nt101rgard: Miller two of threebe cost for 20 .
years.In In its regular session Mon- home at the" northeast side of
block C Jerome Johns! George P. employees with the bank since Its beginning break for the
The.vare
made of concrete and 2oyearsago. ground new building.( .
I afternoon the the
of Old
brick and will be a muted gold Canova, A C. Lee, Leila S. surrounded by members' of the bank's board of directors, bank employees, the Johns family other action the Council: day Zoning intersection Lawl.\
Board has Road and
approved a requestby Larry Street
:Mundy and D B Odom. and friends.
color The 9.500 foot
I square --Learned that its auto L.l\1. Games for reclassifying -
mechanic for the past ten Block 38 of J.l\1. Johns

years, Edwin Vickery had addition (former site of the ulijr Sown Airier!!
j 7'OTrI/.lNG:1.7J/lll. ()" resigned his $10,868 position to Quigley playground rk I
accept the superintendent'sjob from RI (single family "
at the School Bus Barn. residential to R2 I multifamily -
The resignation is effectivethis ).
Friday. The one-acre lot, now ownedby
f County Struggling With Budget; -told Charles Johns that a Gaines, was purchasedfrom
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$6,000 donation for construction the Ensey' estate and is
. .. work at the Softball field bounded by Cherry Street on Y
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'was available any time he the west, Laura on the south
Holding firmly to the pre. the $200,000( [ Farmer's Home ment thus far purchased. having the reserve or sinking easily, Estimated income in wanted to pick it up. Church on the east and Nonaon
sent property tax rate, the Administration loan with It means the county is payfund arrangement altered, the General Fund is $954,404 -Authorized Gainesville the north. Associated with
) Bradford County Commission which the county will puring interest on the money it which would be a possible outstripping requested expenditures insurance agent James A. Gaines in the proposed Teleg.
decided Monday night to balance chase (equipment for the new has borrowed privately for the saving of $20,000 this year of $940,406 by some McCauley to work up a new development will be llolm- TOWN CRIER
I its proposed $1 I.7 million garbage system. The county equipment, plus the FHA whichtheboardotherwisewill 14000. Estimated Road and insurance proposal for city berg Construction Co. of Jack
1976.77 budget, still some cannot draw the FHA funds quires a sinking fund be set up be required to budget. Bridge income is $538,471, employees. sonville.A FRIDAY, AUG.68SATURDAY
$131,000 out of kilter, with until completion of the prothis year although the county Revised figures, after the some $15,818 more than the -Received a letter from layout presented at the AUG 7
reserve funds ject In the meantime the has received none of the July 29 session, show the Genanticipated expenditures of DOT stating that the drainage Council meeting Tuesda
The board trimmed some county has! had to seek interim $200.000( ) eral Fund and Road and $522,653 problem at W. Madison and S. night showed three two-stor GARAGE SALE

$100,000 from proposed expen- financing to pay for equip- Farnsworth is to investigate Bridge Fund can be balanced (See Page( 16)) I we Pane/ 1111) buildings, each containing Ladies' Auxiliary
ditures in a budget meeting eight two-bedroom apart United Pentecostal Church
last Wednesday July 29, ments Representatives of 2221 Raiford Road
mainly by cutting $30,ooo( from Ilolmberg the Int't't.ing 8a.m..6p.m,
attending

its Road new and equipment Bridge budget fund in and the Probe UnAn \\der Way Into Possible City Ticket Fixing high said quality the units construction would be of, MONDAY AUG.

by limiting pay increases to using brick and treated lum-
all employees to five percent, investigation focusing on the State Attorney's July 22 has been voided and Bowen also told Shields that which to present the citationto CULTURALENRICHMENT
another approximately $25,000) traffic ticket fixing by investigation of his later re-written. the original ticket, voided by the traffic bureau, or if he ber.Schaefer said the TRIP
, saving. members of the Starke Police department Shields presented his DeVoe, was replaced with a so elects, may void the ticket developers must submit Sponsored By
I I Still$97,000 short of bringing Department is currently being However, two members of findings to County Judge Elzie new ticket because coffee within that same 10-day complete data concerning Dept of Comm. Servicesfor
proposed expenditures downto conducted by the local State the local police department Sanders, who began an was accidentally spilled on period. their utility connections and economically
the estimated income, the Attorney's office. Investigator George independent review of the that original ticket. Another ticket re-written by projected needs to the t'I\Y's\ dISadvantaged children
board' met again Monday "We Tomasovich and !Maurice matter, and then called for the DeVoe told the Telegraphthat the local police departmentwithin engineers so that the proper 8.13 Yrs of age
afternoon, after its regular from volunteer are hearing testimony and Williams, a secretary and State Attorney'sInvestigation. the original ticket for the past 15-day, and impact fee mayhe computed Call 964.7107BRADFORD
witnesses,
meeting, with accountant Pat communications officer with Wainwright's July 22 offense, also first entered in the before final go-ahead is given -- -
Farnsworth, who had been have subpoenaed officers some and city the department, made Police Chief Bowen and copies of the original County Clerk's traffic docketon for construction of the units COUNTY
brought in to help on the budget officials police city statements concerning the explained his actions in ticket had been returned to July 29 was issued to Commissioner Joe Warren SCHOOL BOARDMTG.
Assistant
State
problem. But is was the J.J. current investigation to requesting the arresting Tallahassee former Starke attorney expressed concern about the 5pm.RAIFORD ,
Wolbert, Jr,
!same story Monday The Attorney told the earlier Telegraph reporters, Tuesday officer Lt. Denton DeVoe, to As yet no one. other than Eugene F Shaw for traveling environmental impact of the -- -
board was still shy the $97.ooo this week Telegraph, in toquestions morning reconsider the citation against police, has seen the original 60 mph in a 45 mph zone at Units, and how they' would fit COUNCIL
of balancing( plus there is a response hisoffice's "Our office is above Wainwright to Shields, saying, ticket voided by DeVoe. 3:06: p m on July 25 on SR-230 into the city's comprehensive 7p m.TUESDAY .
I deficit of $:H.4In:\ the I97:>-7 of ticket
fine and forfeiture budget investigation stated, adding, "If they favor, but it won't happen Attorney Wolbert has Bowen explained to Shields Wolbert argued how AUG. 10
I which must! be made up, fixing practices. investigate, they will find out again, even if my motherinlaw requested the State that Shaw ticket was never
\ bringing the total shortage toI "If there is evidence of any that we are above reproach." gets a ticket." Department of Motor voided It was. Bowen said, rewritten BROOKER COUNCIL

i some $111mm: wrongdoing "there will be "We've got the finest DeVoe, during an interview Vehicles' Records Division when it was Two Qualify 7:30p.m.
To offset the deficit in the prosecutions, Wolbert said we've had with a Telegraph reporter return that original ticket to discovered that Walter -- -
department ever ,
fine and forfeiture fund, the adding that a grand jury Mrs. Williams said, adding, Monday afternoon, confirmed his office. Wolbert said all Gemeinhardt, the officer who HAMPTON COUNCIL
board has "hard earned" investigation may follow the "I'm proud of it, but I'm reports that he was requestedby voided tickets are returned to stopped Shaw, had made a For City Post! 8pmUNION .
' hoard probe presently being very the Records Division mistake on the original
according to members disgusted with the publicitythat ) Bowen to reconsider the for --- -
\ cash! carryovers of, 129.194! in "actively pursued" by his has been given something citation against Wainwright, accounting purposes citation Bowen also told There's going to !ht' a race GENERAL
I the General Fund and $70,3):)( office. like this (the ticket fixing. I which he wrote after stoppingWalnwright's Bowen Shields it was the first ticket for retiring commissionerMarc HOSPITAL BOARD
also told Shields that
officer had
Although ticket fixing is the new ever J.n'kson'N t'II"I'mIlIlS
and Fund -
Road
the Hridge( 8pm.UNION
in private
4 feel it's just of the
persecution Wainwright had no knowledgeof
misdemeanor _
considered a automobile for traveling 45 written sum spot as 'two .imlid.ilfs -
j "The only thing( we can do istransfer under Florida Law, thepral'hce department miles per hour in a 30 m p h. the ticket being voided, and Shaw contacted by have already qualified, ; for tin COUNTY
T Tomasovitch said the local
the carryover Thereare result in the that Wainwright had Telegraph reporters Monday
1 may zone on US-301 south, at 7'33 Croup I seat SCHOOL BOARDs
r I only one or two places togo dismissal of public officials police department is ''requested no special consideration afternoon, said the now ticket .
22. m.
m ;
cooperating with p on July Secber Goodman, nwm-r ofGoodman's
J up taxes! or use the for malfeasance or' when the citation was was issued at his request
A four-year veteran of the : Soivito Station
," Chairman (it'orgl'Hoht'rL. misfeasance, according to investigators. "Chief Bowen issued. "From I couldn t tell
reserve! my copy
local DeVoe saidWamwright's WEDNESDAY AUG. 11
I police force mId Wilbur Waters forllwrStarkt'
did state that would a
stated when Farnsworth Wolbert we The traffic docket in the if he had written 60 miles per
finished! his explanationand "It has opened whole can cooperate with the authoritiesin ticket was the County Clerk's office shows hour or fat miles per hour, policeman.ill makethe
first he had voided to date. LAKE BUTLER
f the figures were the name of worms," said Starke every respect, he said. DeVoe said Chief Bowen that Wamwright' ticket was Shaw said\in explaining the roes. in Jackson the SrptetnU-r announced 14election CITY COUNCILS
hail left them The official entered on July 29. Deputy mistake. Shaw said he
as the board Mayor-City Commissioner investigationinto requested he void the ticket several w Irks ago lie wouldn'tseek I .IS! p.m.
Monday. night Farnsworthhad Charles Schaefer commentingon ticket fixing practices by because of the cooperation Clerk Jeffery McRae recalls presented his personal check r-t'lt'ctlon lo the
1. boon brought in to verify the investigation of the the Starke Police Department which exists between the that the ticket and a personal for $25. in payment for the missioncitingan "m.ihilitv toni' lo VOTING PRECINCT
the; figures police department.Schaefer began last Friday, July 30, prison system and the local check from Wainwright were violation hcn the new ticket I worthwhileaccomplished CHANGE!)
I Farnsworth was asked to who instructed following! Shields, police department the same brought in on that date by was issued on Tuesday July got anything." Precinct 13B
work !sheets showing police officials to their Reporter Bill \ Harold Crews of the Starke 27.
prepare open Bowen to CHANGED FROM
reasons given by The vear-old: Goodman:
the outlay accounts and record books to the press investigation into whether a Shields. Police Department. WainWright's Deputy Clerk McKae recalls served the Graham Fire Station
necessary transfers to bal during the early stages of the city traffic citation issued to a Bowen told Shields that he ticket was posted that Shaw's ticket and previously from rtt.J on\ Wi.. ntv and! TOJenn.ngs .
' board official had been voided seven days after the original check also commission
; ancc the budgU The investigation, indicated there state wanted to returnWainwright' personal were Krmlford Starlinq'sDouble
l planned to meet again Wed may be additional Investigations and later re-written. check, citation was issued, a check of turned in on July 29 by Officer on l'nunty'SchexrlItniird
$25 Garage
) from 1l\itHI! 74Waters.
I nosiiay night( to battle; the bud of other city departments Shlt'ldswal working from an which received by mail the docket shows most other Crews
was ,27.
gel further in the near future that a speeding citations are recorded in the McRae" said the two tickets, was pnlictmaninStarkc
issue and dated July 23 as paymentof for Iwo In-fore, clip; Q(tummunitii
'1 docket within two three and years
I Dmplace the county can Starko Police Chief Jimmy ticket to Louie Lee the violation but instead or one for Wamwnghl one :
in Juw.Two .
|x.silly" save more, money is Bowen, who began two-weeks Wainwright secretary to the turned it over to the County days. for Shaw, wore docketed, paid resigning commission etatr fRank
to seek a t ha nw in the reserve annual leave last Friday, was Florida Department of Clerk's Office with a new Bowen explained to Shields and closed within one hour l1C'1I11IISt't'
furul clause requirements of unavailable for comment Offender Rehabilitation on ticket on Thursday, July 29. that a_ officer has 10-days in from receipt l'agila/


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. Rev.Farewell Richard Reception Bowles July Given 28 Y 97ithiZde-P :Jf { !


Reverend Father Richard the occasion. !

Bowles was honored at a fare Preceding the supper, Mass
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well reception in St. Edward's was concelebrated by Father Wooly SocUty Jit or, 9647608
purish hall on Wednesday Bowles and Reverend Father
evening, July 28. Patrick H.Foley, the new pas- -
Father Bowles was pre 1- and Michael White
sented with a digital watch tor.Father Foley grew up in Brenda Carter Honored At Two Showers Linda Powell

from members of the parish Pensacola and has been I
and a pen from the teenagersas teaching at Jacksonville's Miss Brenda Carter, August gave a bridal shower for Miss At Methodist ChurchMiss
remembrance gifts at the Bishop Kenny High School I 27 bride-elect, was honored at Carter at the home of Mrs. Exchange Vows Saturday
covered dish supper held for while assisting Msgr. Harold two parties in the past week. Arthur Gaskins in Lawtey.
Jordan, a former St. On Tuesday night Miss Car- The lace covered refresh-
Softball Team Has Edward's pastor, at Jacksonville's Mr. ft Mn. Ancll Tetstone ter was given a bridal showerby ment table was centered withan daughter Linda of Mr.Faye and Powell Mrs.,
arrangement of mixed
Assumption Parish. Mrs. E.L. Norman, Mrs.
Cookout SaturdayMr. Father Bowles has taken up Ancil TetstonesCelebrate Vernon Reddish and Mrs. roses. Miss Cheryl Boyette Edward Powell, and Michael
White of Mr and
Stephen son
presided at the punch bowl
his new pastorate at St Gary Buckley at the home of
and Mrs. Dave Shuford served Mrs. Olin White, were unitedin
Michael's Catholic Church in 50thAnniversary the latter on Bayless High-
and Mrs. Don Bagwell Pensacola. the cake.A marriage Saturday,July 31.
and Mr. and Mrs. John Henry way.A blue and white color motif game was played by the 42 at 3 p.m. in the First United
Hudson were hosts at a swim was carried out in the party guests and a prize awarded.The Methodist Church with Rev.
party and cookout Saturday at guests included Mrs. George Harper performingthe
decorations. The refreshmenttable
Mr. and Mrs. Ancil C. 4
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Esther Carter and Mrs. Edwin nuptials.The .
was covered with a
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Ronnie Whitehead at Lake FIRSTCIIRISTIAN Tetstone, whose wedding was Starling. altar was decorated
Rosa near Melrose for members CHURCH July 25, 1926, were honored by white lace cloth over blue with two baskets of petticoat
their children at a 50th wed- linen and was centered with a
of the Independent Mer- Call andChristian ferns accented with yellow ,
ding at the home of three tier candelabra with Myrtle Jones
chants woman's Softball, Streets reception and white chrysanthemumdaisies.
blue tapers. A blue and white .1. .
tejm. Starke Fla. their son-in-law and daughter, Two nine branch can- :.
decorated cake at end r -. .,.
and Mrs. Ellis was one .It .4lU5K
Mr.
Rehberg on Luther
The hosts presented a small Jim Love Minister Bowman delabra complemented the .
of the table and bowl at .
punch
token of appreciation to each Sunday: Bible Study, 9:45: Bayless Highway, Sunday, simplicity of the setting. Gar- 1
the other end. --n
girl on the team and the girls a.m.; Morning Worship, 10:45: July 25, from 2 to 5 p.m. Three To Wed Aug. 7 lands of greenery and white
presented gifts to their hosts a.m : Youth Meeting, 6 p.m.; The serving table was cov- the 20 games were and playedby wedding florets were drapedon ::
during the evening.The Evening Worship 7 p.m. ered with a white lace cloth guests prizes the altar railing. The fam-
awarded. Mrs. Jones of
25 attending were members Wednesday: Bible Study and held a two tiered cake Myrtle ily pews were marked with
of the team and their and Prayers, B decorated with green and Among the guests was Mrs. Callahan, a former Starke white satin bows.
p.m Esther Carter mother of the resident and 1'Mr.
families yellow florets and wedding Luther J. Bow- Offering several classical TT
bells with 50th in gold on top. honoree. man will be united in selections was organist Mrs.
The hostesses presented the August 7 ;
The Tetstone children are: marriage Saturday, L.J. Green who also accom-
honoree with a vegetable bowlto at 4 at the First
Mr. and Mrs. N.D. Thomas p.m. Baptist panied Mrs. Eddie Douglas,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Reh- her chosen china pattern as Church in Callahan.All soloist.
9 GreyhoundBus berg of Bayless Highway, Mr. a memento of the occasion.. friends and relatives are Mr. White attended his son
and Mrs. Marklee Harris of invited to attend the weddingand as best man. Ushers were
----- following in the
Starke and Sonny Tetstone of reception Larry White and Robert
Station Heilbron Springs.Mr. church recreation hall.
White, brothers of the groom.
On Thursday night the
and Mrs. Tetstone are Miss Karen Powell served
also the of ladies of the First United Jean Alvarez '
grandparents eight
her sister as maid of honor.
OOQa rnmrn0(3( grandchildren who were all Methodist Church of Lawtey '. She wore a long, pale green
present for the occasion.Mr. Honored At flowered silk gown with V- l'I I
DUPLICATE BRIDGE neck and empire waist with a
CLUB WINNERSMrs. broad sash tied
HouseWarmingMrs. loosely in
You're InvitedSat. Clyde Terwillegar and back. The cape sleeves were & Mrs. Michael White
and Mrs. Gene Wiggins Mrs. Bill Trigg were the win- Jean Alvarez was of valecon lace. She carried an cake.
Mr. and Mrs. Don McCance ning couple at Duplicate honored at a surprise house- arm bouquet of yellow daisies The two punch tables were Williamsburg and Charlottesville -
Aug. 7,1976 and Norbert Walker of Atlanta Bridge Tuesday night. Mrs. warming Friday night, July 30 and greenery tied with yellow covered with organdy over Va. and returning homeon
will be weekend guests of Mr. John Griffin and Mrs. Dolly given by her co-workers of satin bow and streamers. In linen cloths and one held a cut the Blue Ridge Parkway
and Mrs. One Wiggins while Kunig were second and Dr. Food Fair. her hair she wore daisies and glass punch bowl and the the couple will be residing at
12:00: Till 6:00: enroute home from a vacationat and Mrs. Jim Minesinger and Refreshments were enjoyedby baby's breath to match her other a silver punch bowl. The 733 N.E. 7th Ave., Gainesville,
Sanibel Islands.ELECT Mr.tied and for Mrs. Ed Wainwright the 25 guests, including a bouquet. bowls were encircled with after August 9.
third. cake baked by Mrs George Miss Isabel Levy of Gaines- white and yellow daisies and The bride and groom are
RIBBON CUTTING Tyler with the inscription ville attended as bridesmaidand greenery. Presiding at the both 1972 graduates\ of Brad-
DONNA "Home Sweet Home" printedon wore a gown identical to punch bowls were Miss Jennifer ford High School. Both gra-
the top. the honor attendant except in Jockel, Mrs. Clinton Bar- duated from the University of
CEREMONY Mrs. Alvarez received a pale yellow. She carried an ton, Mrs. Warren Ebling and Florida.The bride is presently
FAXONDemocrat yellow and white floral queen identical arm bouquet of white Mrs. Cindy Smith. teaching English at Bradford
size bedspread and other giftsas daisies and had white daisiesin Serving as floor hostesseswere High School.
& Refreshments a memento of the occasion. her hair. Mrs. J.E. Hardy, Mrs. Mr. White is presently

for State Senate Gene Powell, the bride's F.W Strickland Mrs. Henry employed by J.C. Penney Co.
brother,was ring bearer. Tom Godwin, Mrs. W.D. Melson in Gainesville and is due to
Everyone District Linda Bowen, and Jeff Powell were altar Miss Louise Stern, Mrs. Jerry start work towards a master's
boys. Dyal and Mrs. James Reddish degree in Hospital Adminis-
Paid Political Advertisement Paid for James O'Steen The bride, given in tration in September at the
marriage by her father worea Following a wedding trip to University of Florida.
Welcome by/ John Adams. Treasurer P.O. Box Wed July 16 long white satin gown with
V-neck with lace
Ml. Gainesville FL 32602 edged and Olin Whites Hosts At Dinner
Friday
Linda Bowen, daughter of empire waist. The gown had I
238 E. Washington St. 964-6090 1/29.9/7 Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Craft of long puffed sleeves narrowingat
Starke, and James Arthur the elbow and edged in lace. Mr. and Mrs. Olin White ated with white daisies,

-- -- - - - -- O'Steen of Hampton were The five foot satin train was were hosts at a dinner party baby's breath and white satin
united in marriage July 16 at attached to the waist. She Friday night at the Methodist ribbons. Garlands of white
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl wore a diamond pendant a Church Fellowship Hall daisies and fern extended
Rhoden of Hampton. gift of the groom. The eight honoring their son, Michael, down the length of the banquet
Denmarks Furniture./ i Performing the nuptialswas foot silk net veil edged in and fiancee, Linda Faye table. Bridal place cards I
ornpan Brother Robert Haisten of lace was attached to a simple Powell following the couple's marked the seating arrange. ;
.' Starke. white satin band. She carrieda wedding rehearsal.The ment for the 29 guests.

presents. The bride given in mar- sentimental wedding bouquet After the dinner the couple
riage by her brother Ewell of yellow and white U-shaped dining tables presented gifts to their atten
daisies in a profusion of gypso- were covered with white linen dants.
Craft wore a mint green floor
HIGHLIGHTS IN
CONTEMPORARY length gown. philia tied with dainty white cloths. The head table was Among the guests were Mr.

The bride's daughter, Lynn, and yellow satin ribbons. She centered with an arrangementof and Mrs. Dewey McKinney of
CHROME GLASSwith was flower girl.A chose as her going away corsage white daisies pompoms, Starke, Mrs. Sue Edmondsand
& reception was also held at a white cymbidium baby's breath and leather leaf daughter, Suzanne of
the Rhoden home. orchid accented with white fern flanked by burning white Jacksonville and Mrs. Hazel
After a brief wedding trip to wedding lace and satin. tapers in silver holders decor- LaRue of Daytona Beach.
A reception was held in the
the Suwannee River the

TEMPERED GLASS TOPS couple is residing in Hampton church Mrs. A.J.Fellowship Eaves greeted Hall where the LTC Johnson Honored At Steak Supper J I

guests at the door.
Miss Suzanne Edmonds and LTC and Mrs. Joseph John for LTC Johnson on Friday,
Mrs. R.W. Underill of Miss Terri Powell kept the son were honored at a steak August 6, at 4:30: p.m. on the
Indiatlantic is visiting her bride's book a t a table covered supper Friday evening on his parade grounds at Camp
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. with a white organdy cloth retirement from the National Blanding. A reception will
Moncrief at Kingsley Lake over white linen and held a Guard. follow at the Officer's Club.
this week. The employees of MATES
bud vase with yellow and
white shop of Camp Blanding and
pompoms.The their families hosted the Rev. Starlings
bride's table
THEBRADFORDCOUNTY was cov-
TELEGRAPH: : ered with a white organdy supper.
LTC Johnson has been Given
Published every Thursdayat cloth over white linen and Surprise
of MATES he
supervisor since
t 136 W.Call Street centered with a four tiered
wedding cake decorated with supervised its organizationeight Reception July 21
Ul End Table $3495 Starke,Florida 3i09l
yellow roses and white daisies years ago.
LTC and Mrs. Johnson
Second Class! postage paid and topped by two kissing were Rev. and Mrs. James E.
presented several
atStarke,FloridaSubscription angels under an arch. The gifts and Starling were honored at a
cake was flanked by silver mementos of his 29 years ser- surprise 21st anniversaryparty I
Rates: epergnettes holding a white vice at Camp Blandmg and July 21 following the
the National Guard.A .
In trade area: 17 per candle encircled with yellow Wednesday night prayer ser I

1 i iI I year;$1 six months fern.rosebuds The baby's attendants breath placed and ment formal ceremony military will be retire-heldBIRTHS Church.vice at the Graham Baptist !'

Outside trade area: IM their bouquets in front of the A pink and green color motif
: per year; ".50 six months cake. Ms. Sue Edmonds and was carried out in the decora-
Mrs.Dewey McKinney cut the tions.

I ,,", Cake and punch were
l enjoyed by the members and
Mr. and Mrs. Skippy Craw guests.
TABLE ford announce the birth of a The congregation presentedthe

49'; Lavon son, Skippy Timothy Craw- couple with a Coffee
r $ ford, II, born July 29 in Maker as a memento of the
Greater Orange Park Community occasion.
Hospital. Paternal
grandparents are Mr. and

DrivasTo Mrs. Paul Lloyd Crawford II. JjiJ ljounotv .
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Maternal
grandparents are
SET OF THREE Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd C. King.
Mr. and Mrs. WS Haas
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ENTAGERE have returned from a ten day
I Mr.and Mrs. William Byron vacation in Georgia, Tennessee -
CocktailTableAndeg -- Phillips announce the birth of and Kentucky.

; .. ,.'1.ti. a daughter. Melissa Ann, born
55993 Jr\ ".' July 27 in Pureal Medical Cen- Rev. Ben Bryant is a medi-

2 End Tables $10000 Open V' :'{ grandparents ter in Orange Park.are Mr.Maternal and cal Regional patient Hospital.Mrs. in North. Florida

Mrs. Marvin Birt of Starke.

Purchased Separately 119"Cocktail Table 49" End Table 34" Paternal grandparents are Curtis Edwards and
Mrs. JoAnne Small of Jacksonville daughters Rhonda and Shan
Music StudioLavon
and Leslie Phillips of were in Meridian, Miss. last
Other Chrome Sets With Smoked Glass TopsIt's Raiford. Tuesday to Thursday.

Drivas the former Lovon Collins of ---- Out-of-town guests at the

Starke, Is opening a studio in her home here. Michael White-Linda Powell
A Fact You Can Do Better Mrs. Drivas Is a graduate of the College of !Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Dean wedding Saturday were: Mrs.
AtM Baker announce the birth Hazel LaRue and son,
of Ricky
Fine Arts, of Florida the degree a
% University holding daughter Angela Maria born of Daytona Beach, Dr. and
Bachelor of Music Education. While at the July 21. Grandparents are Mr. Mrs. Larry Radke of Orange

University her principle Instrument was piano and Mrs. E.G. Clayton of Park, Mrs. Avanell Johnson,
with a sub-specification in voice and choral Hampton Lake and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert LaRue
music. Mrs. Jeff Baker; great grand and children, Mrs. Sue
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Edmonds and daughter
Students studying in her studio will receive Alfonso Taibi Suzanne of Jacksonville, Mr.
i applied study in the instruments of their and Mrs. Paul Strickland of

t respective choice, piano, guitar or voice. As wellas ----- Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle

applied study, they will receive theory, ear Hadden, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Crowley, Mr. and Mrs. Jorge
training, tight singing, dictation, composition Evans, Jr. of Lake Geneva Levy and family, Mr. and

and music history. announce the birth of a son, Mrs. G. Rosenkoff, Mr. and
Any student wishing to study in her studio Jeffrey Duane, born July 19 in Mrs. Dennis Hansen, Mr. and
should contact her at 964-7893 for an audition Alachua General Hospital. Mrs. Bruce Roberts and Mrs.
Grandparents are Mr. and R.W. White and son, Wes, of
434 \V. Call St. Starke, Florida Phone 964-5827 Mrs. John Magyar! of Starke Gainesville, Dr. and Mrs.
and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard William Lennon and Mr. and
Rice of Titusville. Mrs. Randy Newland of Lake
Butler.

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r. "2>uJ'l "- now v Lynda Clayton and Jeffery Baker Page3 t. 11
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Membersof Mack) Futch Joins Local Legal Firm l
the local
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dance group of the Strawberry square Repeat Vows July 16 At St. Edward'sLynda Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. --
Swingers attended a McAteer and eon Bill, of Mack Futch, 49-year-old Pierce & Hardy. continued that until resigning
4? dance In Perry Friday square night. Sue Clayton, daugh Cairo, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. attorney formerly an assis- Futch graduated from the July 13.Futch. i I.,
j Those attending were Mr. and ter of Edward and Ann Clay Marty McAteer and daughter, tant state's attorney has University of Florida Law is a native of Bradford I.
", ...Mrs. Bob Ferguson, Mr. and ton, became the bride of Jeffery Jennifer, of San Francisco become associated with the School in 1950 and practiced in County. He graduated II
Mrs. Larry Bruner, Mr. and Lee Baker, son of Jeff Cal. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Starke firm of Pierce & Starke for six years. From from Bradford High School.
Mrs. Melvin Prevatt, Mr. and and Helen Baker, all of Hampton Field of Tampa are guests for Hardy, P.A., the law firm 1956 until 1973 he served as He and his family are cur-
Mrs.Hank Kyle, Mr. and Mrs. July 16 at 7:30: p.m. In St. ten days of Mr. and Mrs. announced Tuesday. assistant state's attorney rently living on a farm on the
Jim Lewis,Mr.and Mrs. E.W. Edward's Catholic Church in ; George Flynn, Jr. at Kingsley Futch resigned his post as under the late State Attorney Rising Church Road east of I.
Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. Starke with Rev. Richard J. r Lake. assistant state's attorney July Ted Duncan. In 1963 Futch Starke off the Brownlee Road I
Petrella, and Mr. and Jerry Mrs. Bowles performing the nup 15 to go into private practice. moved to Gainesville and (SR229)few5SL).
,Verl Best. Attending a dance tials. Mr.and Mrs. Herbert Green The long-time assistant state practiced law as well as being
'In Ocala Saturday night were' Two large floral arrange- ? and Mrs J.H. Fields visited prosecuting attorney says he associated with. the stateattorney's 1hE OW{ .1 ji
;Mr. and Mrs. Hank Kyle, Mr. ments of yellow gladioli, white -T7 Mrs. Field's sister, Mrs. will probably do the majority office. At that time ....
.and Mrs. Melvin Prevatt, Mr. carnations, peach yellow and Harold Ford In a nursing of the criminal I work for assistant state's attorneyswere """ h II
and Mrs. Larry Bruner and white pompoms and baby's home at Merritt Island over allowed to practice privately .r.: t. \ 0
breath decorated the altar. the weekend. while still representing 'I" r
"Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson. Large standing containers of p.-1. the state. I "Irv'l.(1rl I(II i 1T

Mr. and Mrs. Homer cycus, eureka and Boston Miss Linda Bakken has returned In 1973 Futch was elected ; 'v ,.p
Stearns returned last Thurs ferns were placed throughoutthe from two weeks vacation public defender for the Eighth
church. I with her Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Judicial CircuitHe resignedthat ww>
.day after two weeks in Climax f// 1 parents, Mr. and
mind
,. Mich. visiting his brother Mrs. L.A. Canova presenteda Mrs.Donald Bakken in Breck- Hardy spent the weekend in post and was reappointed "A fellow with stable "
the Bahamas. assistant state's attorney and can show a lot of horse sense. .,
and family Mr. and program of nuptial music. inridge, Minn.
;!Frank Stearns and, in Mrs. Boyd Dean Baker attended .. ...-......... -
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KTenn. visiting Mr. and Mrs. his brother as best man. Mrs. Harry Green returned
J.W.; Mathews. David Griffis and Charlie I IVa Tuesday after surgery last TINY TIM'S STUDIO
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Baker were ushers. Wednesday in Alachua Gen- I,
." W.E. Tilley is a patient in Sandra Wilson of Theressawas r I eral Hospital. '.
North Florida Regional honor attendant. She J 8 X 10 PORTRAITIN
Hospital. wore a peach colored halter Mrs. Carl Edwards of
dress with attached cape 1 i ir Columbus, Ga. and Mrs. Joe
Ovid Bennett was read- made of taffeta and organza. Dunning of Clarksville, Tenn. Ii
mitted to St. Vincent's She wore a peach colored hat were Sunday to Wednesday VIBRANT COLOR
Hospital Tuesday for further and carried a colonial nosegayof visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
observation and treatment. peach carnations, yellowand ( Edwards. ,
white pompoms with a s
Mrs. Florence Brown of '
Richard halo of baby's breath and
Wainwrlght Garza Garcia N.L., Mexico is fe
',, peach streamers. PLUS SOc FILM
;returned Tuesday after ten
>; Lenora Lanier and Marlene r visiting Mrs. T.T. Long and b
days in Alachua General friends in Starke this week. CHARGE, GROUPS 97e
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Hospital where he was a Campbell were attendants. 97 I
PER SUBJECT. LIMIT
They wore gowns of taffeta
patient following an automobile Mr. and Mrs. J.G Jackson
accident. and dress organza with styled attached into a halter ri left Saturday to take their 1 Per Subject PerFamily. .1 i
cape.
;;: :?; Local admittances to Bradford One was in yellow and the t grandchildren, David and !i
Laura Jackson back to their II
: County Hospital this other in mint green. They home in Arlington, Texas + Groups & Singles : '
'week include Mrs. Catherine.Yeager carried nosegays similar to
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i; and Mrs. Shirley the honor attendant. after here. Enroute spending back the the summer Jack- Same Price //1:
;;:Parker of Hampton; Mrs. Given in marriage by her 1LJj ii
Grand Ol
sons are attending
Emma Roberts of Melrose; father the bride wore a princess Opry in Nashville, Tenn. and WO AGE LIMIT SATISFACTION GUARANTEED '1
Mrs. Elizabeth Crews, Mrs: style, long sleeved can- other points of interest. ALL NEW DYNAMIC BACKGROUND I
dlelight The bodice .i
Harper, Mrs. Gladys gown. wasa
Mary Lewis, Mrs. Regina Knight daisy pattern of organza Mr. & Mrs. Jeffery Baker Mrs. Myrtle Anderson and SELECT FINISHED PORTRAIT IN ONLY ONE WEEK .

and Mrs. Thelma Starling of lace attached to a skirt of or- breath and pearl streamers.A gay with a silver cross topped i grandson, Eddie Schwab of NO OBLIGATION TO PURCHASE ADDITIONAL PRINTS
,Starke. ganza over taffeta. The train reception was held at the the cake and also a ring at the was of the lace
'. daisy over or- home of Mr.and Mrs. Edward bottom of the cake in the I Ibride's from five weeks visit with Mr. :
Mrs. Walter E. Wilcox of ganza. Her midlength veil of G. Clayton. Floral arrangements colors. Charlene i and Mrs. Edward Schwab at i
.Fort Lauderdale and Mrs. candlelight illusion was of the bride's chosen Campbell and Peggy Myerscut I Merritt Island.
Dorothy Lee of Lake Worth attached to a tiara of seed colors were placed in points of the cake. Fri Sat. Aug. 6.7
'were Tuesday to Thursday pearls. She carried an illusion interest in the party rooms. Cindy Griffis kept the Florida State University ; !
guests of Mrs. H.M. Richarde, nosegay of white miniature The bride's table was covered bride's book.Following >awarded degrees to five local 11 A.M.-8 P.M.Holiday I
E.L. Matthews and other carnations, peach, white and with a white lace cloth a wedding trip to i students in June: Bradley i.
''friends here. yellow pompoms, baby'sMrs. and centered with a four Atlanta, Ga the couple is 'Carter, Elaine Overstreet and
tiered cake decorated with residing in Graham. white and yellow florets as- The bride is employed at degrees i Criminology; Mary
Mrs. Ewell Lawson was cending up the four layers General Electric. 1 Ellen Wager received a BS Inn
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Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jerry ; accompanied by a stair case The groom is attending the i degree in Social Work and
Lawson and family at Fort of candles. A miniature nose- Vocational School In Starke. 1 Denise S. Winkler received an

Walton the past two weeks. Marion spent last Moyer week of Jacksonville with JJ 1J.--J<... ....................................... Speech 1 MS degree Pathology.Mrs. in Audiology. and I '

Mr. and Mrs. One Wiggins her daughter and family, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Blood- Mr. and Mrs. Charles U.S. 301 N. Room 101 '
have returned from ten days and Mrs.F.W. Strickland. The worth visited her mother, Parker and family of Miami H.M. Hatcher, Jr. is FORM OS i I
vacation at Niagara Falls, St. Stricklands also had as guests Mrs. C.W. Brandon, Sr. in were visiting Mrs. Carolyn ]visiting her mother, Mrs. I
Catherines, Ontario and also last Thursday Mrs. Elenor Qumcey over the weekend. Redgrave and family last I Charles Barton in Atlanta Saturday BIRTH TO 5 YEARS ,
spent Saturday to Tuesday Kramp of Jacksonville and week. to Thursday. 1
with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wiggins daughter Mrs. W.C. Thomasof Mrs. Jim Bailey of Ashe- PHOTOGRAPHEDFREE j
in Atlanta. Pensacola. ville, N.C, is spending this Mr. and Mrs T.B. Harding, Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Turnip-
week with her parents, Dr. Jr. and family of Odenton, 'seed of Atlanta and Mr. and 11 1r
Friends of Mrs. George and Mrs. H.G. Bollinger. Join- Md are visiting their parents, 'Mrs.F.V. Herlong of Jackson-
Harper will regret to hear she ing the family Thursday and Mr.and Mrs. J.T. Lawson and ]ville were Sunday visitors of
Scouting broke her left ankle in three Friday are Mr. and Mrs. Jan Mr. and Mrs. Harding, Sr. for 'Mrs. W.F. Herlong. Pay only film and j
places while vacationing in Douglas of Tallahassee. a week. i
Newsby Beckley, W. Va. two weeks
ago.
Carolyn Eaves r
9A4-S912 Attending the Lawson
family reunion in Auburndale
Neyati Day Camp is under Sunday were the families of
way with the largest numberof the H.A. Lawsons, J.T.
Girl Scouts registered in Lawsons, M.L. Lawsons, .
several yearsActivities Mary Lawson and Jimmy
are planned for Lawsons.
the week, including swimmingin Mr. and Mrs. S.J. Chan-
Kingsley Lake, crafts, oweth of Waco.Texas are Sat.
cookouts and nature hikes. urday to Thursday guests of
Older scouts will take a canoe Mr. and Mrs. Gary Buckley.
trip on Black Creek and canoe
on Kingsley Lake. Juniors and Mrs. Billie Hall of Orlandowas
Cadettes are working on sev guest last week of Mr. and
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junior Kathy Casey.unit leader Janet assisted Kimutis by is this week. Major Appliance For Your Home DOfl't JMiSS Thls SalcWe

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Willie Mae Randolph and Sr. have had as visitors Mrs.
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.top unit leaders. Mike Crews fred Harris of Maxville last
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II School Board Makes Teacher's Its Best Pay Offer_ : I



"We're not playing any start of school," Douglas told tions and paid leave," Doug- Salary increases for Loper declined to commenton ministrators and non-Instruc- until we can take a hard lookat closer we money look.matters He said require the one a
.I games, it is our best offer, the Telegraph Wednesday las said. teachers on continuing con- specific objections he has tional staff members. County them. week delay in bargaining
Eddie Douglas, director of morning, following his first The proposed salary schedule tracts, called for in the regarding the insurance con- administrators were recently The school board's package talks will allow BEA
business and chief negotiatorfor salary session with negotiators will see the county'ssome proposed schedule show tribution and paid leave awarded an 11 percent salary proposal states that the board sentatives to contact repre-fellow
the Bradford County for the teachers. 220 teachers receive pay increases. over last year's increase, and non-instruc will contribute not more than teachers to discuss the con-
: School Board during the current The school board and the increases ranging from a low scale of about $500 at fouryears clause changes saying, "In all tional staff members were $20856 per year to its sponsored tract changes and salary
teacher contract bar teacher representatives met of 66 percent, or $525 per ; $600 at five years; $700 fairness we must reserve given a recent pay increase insurance program for schedule proposals.
gaining, says of the salary Tuesday afternoon to discuss year, to a high of 15.43 percent at six years; $800 at seven judgment on these matters averaging! 19.7 percent. teachers. The figure is the Loper also expressed hopes
package proposal the school the package proposal, which or $1,470 annually, with year; $900 at eight and nine same amount contributed by that the contract negotiationswill
board submitted Tuesday includes a proposed instruc- the larger increases going to years; and a $1,300 pay Vandals the board last year. not be a long, drawn out
afternoon to representativesof tional staff salary schedule for teachers on continuing contracts Increase over last year's sal- Attempt Burning The change in the paid leave .
the Bradford Education the 1976-77 school year and with 10 or more years of ary scale for teachers with 10 clause states that teachers process.Additional contract clause
Association.The several changes to the exist service. years under a continuing contract may be granted two days of which the two
board's salary proposal ing teacher contract.A The starting salary for a RJE School Reno personal leave per year, and changes have apparently, agreed sides
calls for total teacher pay settlement was not new teacher, under the represents a two day decrease upon
hikes in excess of $200,000 for reached during the first roundof board's proposed salary sche- George Loper, chief negotiator Vandals seem intent on trucks, finding fire burning from last year's contract of include for: union a payroll dues, deduction a methodof
the 1978-77 school year. The negotiations, which ended dule, will be $8,200, representing for the BEA which is representing burning down unused wings of simultaneously in four differ- four days personal leave. plan handling complaints about
pay increases will be funded with both sides requesting a $500 increase over last all Bradford the old RJE school In Reno ent locations of the unused However, the new contract,
from some $400,000 in new additional time to discuss year's$7,700. Increases of$100 County teachers In the current members of the City Fire wings. One was apparently proposed by the board, allows teachers the distribution by parents of, a systemfor
state educational monies, possible changes to the per year for the first three- contract bargaining, says the Department reported at Tues- started by a homemade "fire- teachers to request emer- materials, teacher suppliesand lunch
which the board expects to package proposal. Both sides years are called for in the majority of the teachers currently day night's council meeting bomb" device that had been gency leave, which following
faculty meetings ad-
receive during the upcomingyear agreed to continue negotia- proposed schedule. After employed in the countyare Fireman Bobby Lewis said thrown up through a hole in approval by the superintendent periods, ,
from the Florida Educa- tions next Monday morning, three years, a teacher is on continuing contracts, the department had answered the ceiling of one wing. will be deducted from ministrative requests for
communicate
to with
o'clock in the and it is therefore not factorin Portions of the building are the teacher's accrued sick teachers
tion Finance Program August 9, at 10 placed on a continuing con- a eight calls to RJE within the teacher evaluationsand
because of increased pupil school board's administrativeoffices. tract, which means that they the delay of contract settlement past three weeks. At an still being used by CUBB leave. parents,
cannot be removed from their estimated cost of$100 per run, Agency in its Head Start and "Basically, we have a good teacher vacancies, trans-*.
load.Douglas said all of the "We've made our best teaching position without the this would add up to an $800 Neighborhood Service pro-' contract," Loper said, "but fers, and reassignments.
$400,000 the county expects to offer," Douglas said of the board showing due cause. However, Loper said the expense to the city, it was grams, and the City Recrea-
receive has been allocated to proposed contract drawn up salary schedule proposal, like said. tion Department continues to
pay raises and operating by the board, adding, "It is Along with the continuing the Insurance contributionsand use the RJE gym. These areas FPL Asks Reduced Fuel Adjustment
supplies. Last week the Tele- one we can live with considering contract, under the proposedpay paid leave clause changesare Arson activity was steppedup have not been molested.In I
graph reported that school administrators our present budget. He schedule, comes an $800 'money matters" and as early this week, Lewis its current block grant Nuclear Power Termed The Fuel Saver
: received a said the county's school bud- annual salary increase, up such require additional time said, with one fire set about 11 application, the city has
$30,000 total pay hike, while an get for the upcoming school approximately $500 from last for discussion by the teachers. a.m. Monday, and three Tuesday included funds for extensive
additional $109,000 of the new year is around $4.5 million year's contract pay scale. The teachers' chief negotiator One call occurred while work at the RJE site, and August electric bills will be Nuclear power is creditedas
monies have gone into raises "The main points holding us Annual increases of $200 are Loper, said the proposed council was in session Tues- other sources of funds are lower by 40 cents per 1,000 the main reason for the re-
proposed for each salary schedule for instruc- being sought for rehabilitationof kilowatt hours if Florida duction. Without nuclear fuel
for non-instructional staff up at this time are the proposed year day night.
members."I salary schedule and beyond that in the salary tional staff members will be Lewis said that on a pre- the unused wings. Power and Light gains approval savings from the Company'stwo
schedule submitted to reviewed of recent City Commissioner Vernon for a decrease in the fuel units at Turkey Point and
in light
hope we can settle this changes in the contract regarding pay vious run about 5pm. Tues-
: (the new contract) prior to the insurance contribu- teachers Tuesday. increases received by ad- day the firemen used two Silcox said the Police Depart- adjustment.An St. Lucie, the fuel adjustmentwould
ment should stake someoneout August fuel adjustmentof have been close to $5.00
in the area, "and he should $1.67 per 1,000 kilowatt per 1,000 kilowatt hours. "
stay there until these vandalsare hours 40 cents less than "
I r Token Tax Increase Necessary In LawteyAugust caught" The matter was July's$2.07is being proposedby In the past 12 months, the
turned over to the council's FPL to the Public Service fuel adjustment has been
\ Safety Committee. Commission. decreased eight times

I Due to an increase of 19 and September 6. Good news was received by was needed which would shut Elementary Coach Buddy
$174,387 in property values The council discussed the the council from a representative down the two service pumps Paterson for$1,000 to fund two Swann Seeks Appeals Court Judge's Seat I
Lawtey residents will face a removal of the old city ball of the firm which recently that draw water from the softball teams from the Law.
i' token increase in taxes in 1976- building and postponed installed a well pump which main storage tank, in case the tey area to play in the Starke Miami attorney Richard H. also served as a City of Miami rida reapportionment cam-
77, it was disclosed at the awarding the contract until burned out July 22. The coun- water level dropped,too low. Dixie! Youth league. "Max" Swann, former chief judge for two years and as a paign, and also successfully
I August 2 meeting of the Law- the August 19 special meetingso cil was told that the firm, Otherwise, he said, the pumps Rosier agreed that formingthe judge in the Third District special attorney for the City of fought to have the state's
tey City Council. that more wreckers wouldbe Jackson and Sons Inc? of would continue operating until teams would be good for Court of Appeal, has qualifiedfor Miami in right-of-way and compulsory arbitration law.
aware of the job. Jacksonville, would pay the they burned themselves out. Lawtey children, but objectedto the Group 1 Florida public utility matters for two declared unconstitutional.
In order to raise the same Councilman Marvin Rosier $621 for replacement parts for Watts suggested that an the cost."Seems Supreme Court judgeship years.A .
$6,680 in taxes as last fiscal disqualified himself from discussion the pump which burned out alarm to warn him of a dan- like $1,000 is a little being vacated by Justice B.K. Swann was recen"tlyappointed
year, the city would only haveto and voting in the due to a malfunction in the gerously low water level be hard to swallow. Get some Roberts.In practicing attorney in by Governor Askewas
i levy 2.936 mills in ad matter to prevent a conflict of pump. installed in his home. other help and maybe we can addition to his eight yearson Florida for 20 years, Swann a member of the Council of
valorem taxes. But the city interest. His brother, WilliamE. Rosier initiated a vote The council discussed these help you." Rosier said. the Appellate Court, Swann worked nine years for the Flo- International Development
Rosier, was present and which granted water works matters and agreed that the "I've got $100 for when- j
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property tax to qualify for fed- asked the board for the job. operator Barry Watts 16 hoursof improvements were neces- ever you want to start," he w. _'" ,.", ,,, ,,",,,,,...._, <.
I eral revenue sharing funds After consulting city attorney over-time at regular wages sary, but postponed action. added.
; which brought the city $5,578 Richard Welty, chairman Ben and commended him for ser In another water related Chairman McCulley said Archer Funeral HomeWe
"above and the matter, the council-Voted/ to
last year. In order to qualify McCulley said the board vice beyond that if Paterson could find
for the federal funds, the city should wait until the special call of duty" during the break- send Watts to a seminar sponsors to help pay the costsof
must effectively raise taxes meeting to award the contractso down of the water system on course on water plant operations the teams, the council
i by .064 mills. that more interested that night. at the University of would provide some money.
I parties would be able to attend Watts drove to Tampa to get North Florida in Jacksonville. The council also considered wish to extend our appreciation to
The three mill figure to be and compete for the job. the necessary parts to put the Watts said he would pay his what to do with an obsolete
charged this year would raise The council instructed plant back in operation, and own expenses during the VASCAR speed detection who in
a total of$7,115 in taxes for the Welt to draw up a contract said that when he returned seminar, and asked the coun- device, previously used by the everyone helped making our Open
city meaning that the requiring posting of a $500 and repaired the system, "it cil to pay only for the $15.$20 Lawtey police.
increase in taxes for city taxpayers performance bond, a 60-day had only 16 minutes of water tuition. The seminar begins McCulley said the devices House and Reception a Success.
would be only$155 city- time limit, and workman's left for the city. I was sittingup September 14 and meets for were,hard to dispose of since
I. wide, and would be absorbed injury insurance so that the there watching the water two days a week during a two their replacement by radar.
proportionately by all tax- city would not be responsiblefor level." week period.In Rosier suggested the council Words cannot express the sincere Thanks
payers. Public hearings on the injuries during the wrecking Watts also informed the another matter, the coun- dispose of it "to the best use :

\i" Increase will be held on !. council that a safety device cil heard a request by Lawtev possible." for the many friends: who came,by,Sunday.j i


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Land Transactions Total $ ,, In MarC .., please feel free to come by at any time.


", Recorded land sales for Catlettsburg. Kentucky a Jennings W. and Morris E. Walter Williams & Sons, ;' and Elizabeth F.
May, 1976 totaled $994,875 for parcel of land lying in Sec. 7, Starling sold to Morris E. Inc. sold to Stuart J. and Nasworthy sold to W.T. and Many Thanks
' the month, showing yet T7S, R22E for $4,000 Starling 40.91 acres in Sec. 19, Malgree G. Bradley of Annie Porter of Palmetto,
another rise in property Audrey R. Kite sold to W.R. T7S, R21E, 17.03 acres in Sec. Jacksonville part of the SEV4 Fla the north I, , transactions for Bradford and Elmo G. Alderman of 30,T7S R21E, one acre in Sec. of the SW 4 of Sec. 35, T5S, Block 1, Garden Acres for Doyle M, Archer
County, and bringing the Hampton the SW>4 of the 30, T7S, R21E, and 80 acres in R22E for 8750. 2000.
year's total to 3247752. NE>'4 Of Sec. 16, T7S, R22E for Sec. 20, T7S, R21E for $63.600 Walter Williams & Sons, Wilbur C. and Mary H. Archie M. Tanner
An increase can be seen 4000. Morris E. and Ada Janet Inc. sold to Raymond F. and Emery sold to James Imre
h each month in 1976 as Jack M Courtnay sold to Starling sold to Jennings W. Rose A. Navarrete of and Sharon R. Hammond of
January totaled $355,615, Michael and Helen D. Bach of and Merle Starling land in Jacksonville part of the SW>'4 Gainesville a parcel of land
February $413,264, March Greenville, N.C. Lot 27, Lake Sec. 19, T7S R21E for $23,866. of the SEV4 of Sec. 35, T5S, situated in Sec. 36, TBS, R22E
$647,398, and April $836,600. Hampton Oaks for $14,483. Morris E. Starling sold to R22E for $11,100. for 44000. Elect
Prices of transactions are Thomas B. and Diane E. Morris E. and Janet Starling Duane L. Runnells of Dewey ]Buford
figured from documentary tax Crittenden sold to J.W. and 40.91 acres in Sec. 19, T7S, Walter Williams & Sons Virginia Beach, Va. sold to
stamps affixed to deeds filed JoAnn H. Patray Lot 19, R21E 17.03 acres in Sec. 30, Inc. sold to Arvel L. Barnardof Oveda G. Runnells Lot 39 on
in the county clerk's office and Paradise Shores for 51000. T7S, R21E, one acre in Sec. 30, Jacksonville part of the Oak Avenue of Crystal Lake
for the month of May include: Ravbon W. and Virginia T7S, R21E, and 80 acres in NEI4 of the SW!4 of Sec. 2, Homesites for $100.
Robert F. and Gail L. Mack of Duval County sold to Sec. 20, T7S R21E for 11500. T6S, R22E for $11,000. E.W. Hodges, Jr. and Era
Jordan sold to Frank and S.W. and Evelyn Bradley of Walter Williams & Sons, Y Hodges sold to Randall E. McKINNEYe
Anna West of Raiford Lot 7, Jax Lot 5, Seminole Ridge Ronald L. Thomas and Inc. sold to A. Mark and V. and Bette Hodges land lying in
Block D of Bedford Oaks for Unit No. 3 for $23,500. Brenda H. Thomas sold to Lynn Schaeffer of theSE<'4 of Sec. 23, T7S R21E
$21,000 Keystone Developers of Woodrow L. and Vera Lee Jacksonville a parcel of landin for $100. N
Bradford, Inc sold to Thomas land in the NEV4 of the NEST of the SW 14 of Sec.: Buford and Blanche As YourSuperintendent .
William M. and Christine Margaret Reineke of Atlanta, SEU of Sec. 29, T6S, R22E for 2, T6S, R22E for 13000. McKinney sold to Ottis N. and
Patrick sold to Robert M. and Ill Lot 26, Block 15, Keystone 20000. Walter Williams & Sons, Margaret K. McKinney Lot 3
Linda Patrick 15 acres lying in Club Estates, Unit One for Johnnie M. and Myrtle Inc. sold to Ernesto G. and of Block 17, Sampson City for
Sec. 25, Township 5 South, 4000. LeNeave sold to Roy and Zoriada R. Dacanay of $5,000 ;
Range 21 East for $11,300. Blanche A. and William S. Doris Branson of Jacksonville a part of the Ottis N. and Margaret K.
E.W Hodges Jr. sold to Collinsworth sold to John A. Catlettsburg, Kentucky two SE'/4 of the SW4 of Sec. 35, McKinney sold to David W
James C. and Barbara S. and Eula B. Andrews one acre acres in Sec. 26, T5S, R21E for TSS R22E for $8,700. and Janice M Jones Lot 3 of
Pringle of Crescent City, a of land in Sec:. 11, T6S R21E 5000. Walter Williams & Sons, Block 17, Sampson City for ofSchools
tract of land situated in Sec. 8, for $100 The Ott Corp. sold to Inc. sold to Ed. C. and Myong $14,300
T7S, R20E for 8500. Palmer and Linnie Williams William F. Hayes, II and Sun Crews of Jacksonville a Donald F. and Louise D.
Lonnie William Page! Jr. sold to Glory Jackson and Sharon P. Hayes of Melrose part of the SE'4 of the SWI4 of McRae sold to Morris E. and
and Kimiyo Y. Page sold to W.J. Lee land in SEc. 22, T6S, land lying in Sec. 12, T9S, Sec. 35, TSS R22E for 14300. Ada J. Starling of Graham two
Emma Page of Sanford land R22E for $600 R22E for 3200. Walter Williams & Sons, parcels of land lying in the ;p.
lying in Sec. 28 T5S, R22E for Donald F. and Louise D. Leaton and Beverly M. Inc. sold to W.B. McCarthyand NE'4 of Sec. 36, T6S R21E for
McRae sold to Joyce Greene Mathews sold to Charles of
$100. a A. J.W. and Judy Parker 5000.
parcel of land situated in the and Mary Ann Greene, a Jacksonville a part of the Morris E. and Ada J. Dear Fellow Bradford Countians,
Emma Page sold to Lonnie NWI4 of Sec. 31, T6S, R22E for parcel of land located in Sec. NWU: of the SE>4 of Sec. 35, Starling sold to B.C.
William Page, Jr. of Lawtey, $2,900 9, T6S, R22E for 1700. TSS, R22E for $8,700. Holtzendorf, Jr. and Marriette I am old enough to know the job and young enough (age 33)) to do the job as desired -
land lying in Sec. 28, T5S sold Jack to E.Charles and Clara and T. Hazen Evelyn Hamilton sold to Holtzendorf two parcels of and deserved by you, the people of Bradford County
R22E for $100 Effie Brian Hamilton of Orlando a Walter Williams & Sons, land lying in the NEU of Sec.
Lula Belle Terrell sold to Alvarez of Jacksonville Lots parcel of land lying in Sec.: 27, Inc. sold to Jimmy R. and
36, T6S, R21E for 15000. I make
Richard J. Griffis land lying 14,15,16 of Block 3, City Park T6S, R22E for $1,400. Linda K. Turner of Fred J. and Juanita this pledge to you, "If you will give me a chance and elect me as your
in Sec. 9, T6S R22E for $.400 Subdivision for $33,000. Richard E. and Patricia A. Middleburg a parcel of land Barker sold to Richard E Faye and school superintendent in 1976, you will re-elect me by a landslide majority in
M F. Wiggins sold to ManaL. Triangle R. Enterprises, Welty sold to Joseph A. PierceIII situated in Govt. Lot 4, Sec. 14. Patricia A. Welty three 1980.:'I will truly be the peoples superintendent of schools.
Wiggins of Brooker four Inc of Keystone sold to WalterE. and Joan. Pierce a parcelof TSS, R24E, Clay county for parcels of land, all lying. in theSWi4

parcels James of E.land and for Diane$100. M. Gainesville. and Eleanor a parcel J. Ripke of land of R22E land for lying 46000.in Sec. 26, T6S, 9000. of for SE\4 of Sec. 26, T6S, I plan to personally see as many of you as I can prior to the election of Sept. 7,
R22E $68.466
Hazen of Alachua county soldto situated in Govt. Lot 1 of Sec. James Earl and Sue R. R L. and Margaret Reddish (lean A. Lewis sold to Roy C. and would appreciate you calling any of your concerns about our schools to my attention -
Ramon A. Waldrop of 38, T8S, R22E for 5800. Whitehead of Lake Butler soldto sold to Claude and Carolyn and Lula M. Carroll of .
Gainesville, Lots 8 and 9, Gladys Collins sold to Curtis Robert G. and Carlene Hoyle, Claborn M and Alice Brooker a parcel of land lying
Shady Oaks subdivision for and Sandra G. Lee 5 acres of Dawkins land lying in Sec: 23, B. Hopkins, and Mary Reid Please
in See T7S R20E write
> of : 8, and Lot me a brief note and tell me the things that you consider the most
land in the north
R22E for
lying T6S $500 Rice of
4000. 'i Jacksonville 9 65 acres Block
SW\,4 of Sec. 35, T6S, R22E for Lloyd C. and Doris King sold lying in the NE' of Sec. 36, 22 subdivision 2 for of$30,600 Shady Oaks important items for me to work on after you elect me on Sept. 7, I will carefully
Bernice Epps sold to J.T. 6000. Skippy Timothy and Sandra TSS, R21E for $9,700 read each suggestion, will categorize, and publish in a future newspaper ad, the
and Phyllis Y. Carver a parcelof Community Church of Elaine Crawford 5 acres in Keystone Heights Cemetery top priority items as provided by you.
land lying in Sec. 26, T6S, Keystone Heights sold to Sec. 27, T5S. R22E for $6,200. Clark Apparel. Inc sold to Assoc. sold to Jack 1\1.
R22E for $19,000 Keystone Heights Cemetery Walter Williams and Sons, Loyal Order of Moose, Starke Courtnay, Marilyn R. Please write
L.K., May Belle, and C. Assoc. a parcel of land Inc., of Jacksonville, sold to Lodge No. 2035 1 acre of land Courtnay, J. Brooks Brown, me today with your concern, at Rt. 1, Box 2-D, Starke, Florida I
Scott Whitehead sold to Steve situated in the NEV4 of theSE Robert L. and Dorothy M. lying in the NEI4 of SE'4 of and W. Ros Covey a parcel of want to hear from you.
Whitehead one acre lying in 4 of Sec. 13, TBS R22E for Terry land in Sec. 35, T5S, Sec 33, T6S, R22E for 29000. land situated in the NE 4 of
Sec. 3, T6S R22E for $100. $100 R22E for $7,500. The Ott Corporation of the SEU of the Sec. 13, TSS,
T.J. John Gunsby of Ohio Longchamp Homes, Inc. Walter Williams & Sons Keystone Heights sold to R22E for $100. A Vote For DEWEY McKINNEY On Sept. 7 Will Be A Vote For
sold to Lindsey A. and sold to Freddie M. and VondaG. Inc. sold to Fred A. and JoyceE. Maryann L. Gee of Atlanta Arthur B. and Barbara W.
Anniebelle Wanton land lying Stephens Lots 8, 9 Kite of Jacksonville a Lot 9 of Seminole Ridge Unit Patray sold to Larry J. and
in Sec.: 25, T8S R22 for $1,200 Pinebreeze for $16,900. parcel of land situated in No. 7 for $12.500 Amanda J. Baker Lot 2, Block The Man Who Will Make The Bradford County School System
Robert F. Bates sold to Millard M. and Barbara J. Govt. Lot 4,See:. 14, TSS, R24E 4, South Gate Replat for
Bernice W. Epps 1 acre in Lot Jordan sold to Warren and for $28.900 Peter D. Fancher Ill and $23,300. Truly A School System Of The Citizens.YOU
32, Woodlawn for $100. Linda Boatwright of LawteyLot Walter Williams & Sons, Rita M. Fancher sold to Philadelphia Equities Inc. .
Gilbert Q and Louie Bell 21 and portion of Lot 18, Inc. sold to Robert L. and Richard L. and Susan A. of Ocala sold to James and
Crosley sold to Richard R. and East Lawtey, Fla. for $15.000 Dorothy M. Terry of Dugger Lot 11, Block B, George Stelogeannis, also of WILL BE KEPT INFORMED AND YOUR VOICE WILL BE HEARD!
Pauline S. Sobzack a parcel of Jennings W and Morris E. Jacksonville land in Sec. 35, Pinehurst Subdivision for Ocala, land lying in Sec. 32,
land lying in Sec. 7, T7S for Starling sold to Jennings W TSS, R22E for 7500. $18,500. T6S, R22E for $15,000.
$1,900. Starling of Graham 1.35 acres Walter Williams & Sons C.H. and Elizabeth F. Lacasibu Properties Inc. of Thank You
and 9.48 acres both located in Inc. sold to Claude W. aniShirley Nasworthy sold to George and Ellenton,Fla. sold to Jack and ,
Richard R. and Pauline'S.Sobzack Sec. 30, TVS R21 E, and the A. Crlbbs of Lawtey Louise Hernandez the south Vfc Mary S. Catoe of Jax. 10.34
sold to E. Jeff and WI,2 of the EI,2 of the SEV4\ of land in Sec. 35, T5S, R22E for of Lot 3, Block, Garden Acres acres lying in Sec. 20 T7S, Pd Pat A*,. Dewey
Phyllis A, Stafford of See 19. T7S. R21E for $23.860. $8050. for $ .000. R22F. for $40,000.



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Thomas-Pritchett TrialMarvin I \ .,",' s, ,r.; > >>

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Pritchett and employees working there. meeting, althOugh "not word area.. He said he heard his son near S.E 7 Avenue and operation in the S.E.7 Avenue '1
attorney Wayne Carroll were Thomassaid that the propertywas for word." She confirmed the Pritchett tell Thomas that 9 Street Thomas said that the area before the city council
at it again in circuit court in within the city. The two substance of the argumentand either the ditches were on lines were being run in for 12 granted permission for it to be ,
Lake Butler July 30 in a case agreed to have the area sur- the fact that each man private property or that the families living in the area. done. ,',
Involving a heated exchange veyed and that the party in had agreed to pay the survey street markers were in the Throughout the controversy i
between Prltthett and L.S. error would pay the sur or's bill if he was wrong. wrong place. In addition, the UCTA Thomas has main
Thomas at an October 15, 1975 veyor's bill. Thomas, who Judge Elzie Sanders sustained Shadd,who was president of retained an attorney and a tained that he had done Ii I
special meeting of the Lake hired the surveyor and paid an objection by Gordonto the UCTA at the time, added private investigator to check nothing improper or illegal. t
Butler city council. his bill: said the survey having Johns read the min. that he was under the into charges that Thomas was Judge Sanders promised a :
Pritchett. the Union showed him to be right and 'utes, but they were admittedinto impression the two men had directing a land-clearing verdict in the case soon.
County taxpayer's that Pritchett refuses to pay the record without object made a "bet." He said the :
Association (UCTA), is being the bill. ion. Sanders was filling in for UTCA did not know for sure
sued by city councilman The first witness called by Union County Judge A.L. that the street markers were Canaday Seeks Seat
Thomas to recover a $245 sur- Carroll was his client, Driggers, who was out of town in the wrong place when they 1 py
veyor's bill.The court took the Thomas, who recounted the on an emergency.. had pictures made of the site
case under advisement. city council meeting and the Wayne Dukes a Gainesville two days before the council On Appeals CourtArthur
The argument concerned argument. Under questioningby surveyor, then testified that meeting. '7"r -
the location of ditches on S.E. Pritchett's attorney, Selig he surveyed the area on Pritchett then took the ,
Ninth Street near Seventh Gordon, Thomas denied that October 22, 1975 at the stand, saying that he had told C. Canaday, a former vate practice and almost !s
Avenue in Lake Butler. the exchange was a "bet." request of Thomas. He said the city council that city aide to U.S. Representa three years as Askew's chief Bradford County's delegation to the Florida 4-11 delegation at
Pritchett alleged at the Lake Butler city clerk and the survey showed the ditchesin equipment and employeeswere tive Charles Bennett (D-Fla.) lawyer. the University of Florida returned from that week-long event
meeting that since the ditches bookkeeper Jackie Johns testified question to be within the being used to construct a and more recently GovernorAskew's "My experience in public July 30.Pictured.
were located on private property that she rememberedthe city, and that the $245 bill for ditch on property owned by legal counsel, is a law will enable me to imme above in meat Judging competition are Tammie
it was out of line to have exchange between the two the job had been paid by Thomas' son, James, near candidate for judge of the diately assist the court in Johns, Stacey Hayes Junior Combs Cindy Bryan Sherrie
city equipment and city men at the_ city council Thomas. Seventh Avenue. He said First District Court of Appeal.In tackling the large backlog of Croft, and Gene Joyner.
Responding to a question Thomas argued with him and announcing his candi cases and in adding expertiseto The4-Uers also participated in assemblies on 4-11 topics suchas
from Gordon, Dukes said that that the two made the bet pubic Canaday made full and a panel which deals sub- "Tomorrow Begins Today" and "Our horizons" Special
We Rebuild the street markers were not concerning the surveying. disclosure of his private stantially in public and ad- events Included 4-11 awards and a "Happy Birthday America
shown on the survey. Gordon Thomas later admitted to him finances. "The highest ministrative law," Canadaysaid. Party."
then asked him to mark on the that the street markers were professional standards are an "The people not only Not pictured is Fashion Revue contestant Tasha Livingston
survey his estimation of in the wrong place, he said, so absolute requirement, but still deserve fair and impartial but Mho was practicing for dress review
(Starters Generators! where the street markerswere he didn't bother contacting a not enough," Canaday said. expeditious handling of the
the day he did his surveyor because he thoughtthe "Unquestioned integrity is large caseload."
survey. Comparing Dukes' matter was settled. Shown the most important quality, Governor Askew praised
marks with photographstaken recent photographs of the site, and I will continue to give this Canaday for his work in the Night Driving Triples Death Rate
Alternators two days before the taken by a private investigator standard "my unswerving administration: "He was an
surveying, Gordon showed the he hired, Pritchett said dedication, he added. outstanding General Counsel. TALLAHASSEE Special --When leaving a brightly lit
marks to be off by 150 feet. the markers had been moved. Canaday filed with the Sec- In this sensitive and vital studies show that the mileage restaurant or service stationat
for trucks Judge Sanders then ruled Under long and sometimes retary of State the financial position as legal advisor to the death rate is nearly three night, remember that it
equipment
cars heavy
against Gordon's request for a testy questioning by Carroll, disclosure advocated by Governor Governor, Art served with times higher at night when takes your eyes several minutes
directed verdict of acquittal. Pritchett said that he had Askew for all public distinction, the highest Integrity vision is limited than in the to get their night vision
it.
you name Gordon said that the case driven Thomas home from the officials: a statement of his and an unswerving dedication daylight, states the Florida back so drive accordingly f I
involved a wager contract, city council meeting that night net financial worth and a copy to a lawful and just Highway Patrol. --With limited visibility, .
which he said was "clearly; and told him again that either of his income tax return for society. He will make an out Patrol Director Colonel drive at a reduced speed
B&MStarter illegal under Florida law. the site was private propertyor 1975.Canaday standing judge of the First Eldrige Beach reports that because you may not recognize I I
Carroll argued that it was an the street markers were in resigned as Governor District Court of Appeal." even with Florida s mileage stop signs or dangerous
"oral agreement" and not a the wrong place. Thomas Askew's chief legal advi- death rate at an alltime low of situations in time to take pro- i
& Generator wouldn't answer him, he said. sor June 22 so he could carry A native of Jacksonville, thousand, nighttime per action. 1
bet.Next on the stand was The controversy goes backto his campaign for the appellate Canaday earned a B.A. degree crass continue to take a "We know you would not let .'
Lowell Shadd of the UCTA, last year, when the UCTA court to the :37 counties in the from Princeton University.He deadly toll. Mileage death a blind person drive your car
238 E. Washington St. who said he had attended the accused Thomas of using his North Florida district.A is a graduate of the rate is motor-vehicle traffic but failure to observe these
city council meeting as a influence as streets chairmanof former assistant attorney University of Florida Collegeof deaths per 100,000,000 vehicle common sense tips could have
Behind Greyhound Bus Station member of the association the Lake Butler City general, the 43-year-old Cana Law. miles driven. The U.S. death the same results," Colonel
because he was planning to Council for his own benefit. day has had wide legal experience He served in the U.S. Army rate is 3.5 per thousand.The Beach concluded.
bring up the subject of They charged that Thomaswas including three years as Infantry from 195456. j
Operated by Ed Green improper use of city having water and sewer Congressman Bennett's chief Canaday is married and has following tips for safer
4 T'Chg8'H" equipment in the ninth avenue lines run onto land owned by assistant, three years in pri three children.Here's nighttime driving are offeredDo : FUl1'rnIIlOll1t. OpenThe r
not wear colored tintedor
and face Archer Funeral Home
polarized glasses P
Inmate Fails shields while driving at night hud its formal opening and ;
as this positively restricts reception Sunday. August 1.
your vision. However they Bradford County Commissioner t,
To Return may lessen eye strain when Hazel Paulk dedicatedthe i'
driving in bright sunlight. building hailing it as
-Keep headlights and taillights "another service lor Bradford
From Furlough clear of mud and bugsas County." i
this can cut illumination in Rev Raymond Buer led the I ;i
lean tender slices half. When driving at night crowd in prayer before the
A Union Correctional and meeting another car do door was opened and guests \
Institution inmate who failedto not look at its headlights; try were greeted 1 by Doyle! Archer ': '
return from a day-long to look at the right side of the and Archie Tanner I
furlough Sunday still had not road. Employees guided guests '
toasted turned up Tuesday morning a -Replace windshield wipersas throughout the building.! i
of Beef on a prison official said. soon as they appear to be The funeral home Iwated
deteriorating enough to on L'S-301) near Lomgchamp
Douglas Romine reduce vision. Homes.LIW .
administrative assistant at "' '''' .. !e ll\ISl'im!! ...mIiI :&.Jr_"
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, PV u often in order to participate in To in meeting death expenses there is
'. + ti community anti-crime a lump sum benefit. in practically all cases where

Yf At returned programs as, and scheduled.had always the deceased was covered by Soc at SecurityThis

I amount. S2S5.00, can be paid to the qualified
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. eta ,e? '.-. "We just don't surviving spouse. If there is no spouse thento
.J ;>yL- know..maybe there were the person who assumes responsibility for the
t r41 some mitigating funeral .
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disheartened" said Ronnie. M. ARCHER. L.F.D496L2
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Y 1971 life term for murder, hast
relatives in Miami and 496-2056
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all-points bulletin has been 9645757Volunteer
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Hazel Paulk, county com-
missioner and member of the +
Board of Directors of CUBB ,. .-- -
Agency of Union, Clay, SSefef ,Sotarcaine:
Bradford and Baker counties, I
and Homemakers Service, rid i LOTION
serving the needs of the O" vr .,, "'"
elderly met with the Bradford ..uo .u" O ,_
County Senior Citizen's Club ro 1---. I LONE ? m
Tuesday, July 2:1.Commissioner. I I
Paulk .1
reported that the official: Bicentennial CRYSTAL
period extends
until the end of 1976 within 100 CT. PRELL
PAMPERS
which the Bicentennial Char-
ter for older Americans pub- ISOPROPYL
lished by the Federal Councilon 3 OZ. CONCENTRATE SOLARCAINELOTION
Aging, developed by the TYLENOLWITHOUT DAYTIME
1961 White House Conferenceon
ALCOHOL
Aging is cast in a Bill of SHAMPOO
Rights for Older Americans.No ASPIRIN BOX. OF 30
specific bill of rights for
the elderly was needed in 1776
because the average life span 1 6 OZ RELIEVES
was only 32 years. SUNBURN
The Charter proclaims that LIMIT LIMIT PAIN 59 99

elderly right to:Americans have a ONE 77 ONE 93 LIMIT ONE LIMIT ONE

1)) Freedom, independence,
and dual the initiative.free exercise of indivi- -ti .

2> An income in retirement
which would provide an ade- i5
quate standard of living
3)) Opportunity for employ-
ment free from discriminatory -
practices because of age. I \ TEXAS INSTRUMENT
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4) Opportunity to participate -
in the widest range of TWIN PAK 8-DIGIT MEMORY /
meaningful civic,educational, 3 SPEED "'&
recreational and cultural activities ; ft
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5)) Suitable housing. 12" FAN! 1. I FULL FUNCTION 3 99 Cy j 0 IrE
6)) The best level of physicaland
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Commissioner Paulk Potato 11" 1 MANY DESIGNS Ml a'f

very recited, very two old old scrapbook.poems from She a Chips CHOOSE m. COUp0ryG_ $$&& a *i
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was given thunderous YoOOTkRUAUG E 1 ]
applause. Thank you, Commissioner

Paulk. CANVAS I _
Petitionsere\ read and r
signed in protest against GALF 12612COLOR SELF PROPELLED '/ft.1

Senate Bill No. 1. This Bill W 22" CUT.3Yz H.P. SURF RIDER =
restricts individual liberties PRINT
and Freedom of the Press. MOWER
Section 36 subchapter B FILM WITH I 770
entitled "Offenders, with a Pve'e k
mental Disease or Defect) I- ROPE
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would make it easier to put a .' REG. 10988 REG
person accused of a crime in a $1.25 .. 7.97 _
mental institution without a a '
trial. These petitions were p .-
sent to Senators Stone and 4 i '- i BRIGGS& -
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We highly commend Repre- 89
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District 25, for his diligent SUBSTITUTE FOR POOL OR BEACH
efforts with us to establish a SUGAR
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Starke area of Bradford Thsssnobinersft.r' tana .
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Happy Birthdays were LIMIT 2 H.P. GASOLINE 'C9'' SAFETY LIME AND 370
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Mary ONE 'PANTY LENS YELLOW ,-
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A 1976 graduate of Bradford l FLOOR TO CEILING WITH DIAMETERGRILL d.v.lop.dandpnnt.d. .TODAY :
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Agreement' : Being Worked Out To Lease UGH To Private (FirmA 41 I



lease agreement presented The drawn for the boardto assured that took over and if they were I
hospital. county would ments up county leases to a non-profit be an account I
... to the Union County also no longer be obligated to inspect at its next meeting.The organization, it will not be would be set up to guarantee stable enough to continue the I
Hospital Board which would use the approximately $36,000in required to the federal payments of the semi-annual operation of the hospital.
: ,relieve repay
the county of the race track funds for retiringthe lease proposal pre grant money that was used to payments. Boxx said $18,000 Boxx responded by saying ,
: : hospital's indebtedness will be hospital's indebtedness.But sented by Bernie Boxx of build the hospital in 1969. would be placed in an escrow that the amount placed in the I Io
.presented. to the Union County the Union County Commission Health Care Services of Fort The total indebtedness of account established to make escrow account would dependon
Commission after scrutiny by meeting Tuesday, Lauderdale, stated that the the hospital is $876,875, payable the next payment in January, the hospital's physical
attorneys. decided it had to approve any group would assume the ave on the first day of Jan- and that money would be inventory and financial
If approved, the agreement lease agreement, since the rage annual indebtedness of uary and July for the next 25 deposited monthly to meet the status
would return to county coffers title to the land and buildingwere $36,000. He said his group years. payments as they come due. Dr. M.L. "Buck" Jewell
about$55,000 of the three mill in the commission'sname. formed a non-profit organization He also said that an account said the hospital would not be
tax levy which originally The commission then to lease the hospital from Union County Commissioner with funds for operating self-supporting for about a
amounted to $75,000 and is voted to go along with the the county. According to gov- Paul Riherd asked expenses would be set up. year depending on operating
used! for operation of the trustees and have legal docu ernment regulations, if the Boxx if the commission could Board attorney Hal Maines efficiency' and occupancy 155 W. Call St.
ratio He said 16 patients were
said the lease presented to
-.J. trustees was "entirely Inadequate presently in the facility; a Starke. Fla.CLOROI.
," and said the board previous study indicated that
Hospital Lease Subject To Approval By CountyThe should see a financial state the hospital would be self-
ment of the corporation to supporting when used by 13

Union County Commis- Florida statutes, it would be at their next meeting August fire-fighting equipment. determine its financial stabil patients 1 daily.
sion waded No date for the transitionwas WHY PftY
through legal necessary to advertise for ity."A
questions surrounding the bids for 14 days before sellingthe 10.In other business, the com- -heard a request from corporation could be set; but board members
proposed lease-purchase of hospital. After some discussion missionwas : Muriel Lee of the Regional Information worth $500 or $500-million," instructed Maines to meet
Union General Hospital before ,Maines told them that told by president Joe and Referral Ser- Maines said.Maines with Boxx and his attorney to
deciding that it would have to for a lease agreement, advertising Schretzmann of the volunteerfire vice for $326 in matching was also concerned work out a satisfactory lease. MORE?
okay any lease agreement probably would not be department that an funds to maintain the ser whether the corporationwould Theyhoped/ to give their
made by the hospital's board necessary,but if and when the agreement has been worked vice's toll-free "hot line" for have enough money to, approval to the agreement at
of trustees. hospital was sold, it would out with nearby Columbia referral to social service cover operating expenses of the August 10 regular meet.
The commission decided to then become necessary to county residents to reimbursethe agencies. She said that last the hospital the moment they jog: J!ts!t tS
give notice that it will receive advertise. department for runs made year Alachua County provided
sealed bids to execute a lease- Maines said that he would outside of Union county. funds for the entire 10-county
purchase agreement to the he conferring with Health Schretzmann said the depart area, but that this year each
successful bidder to be Care Services attorneys during ment had a "moral obliga- county Is being asked to con-
worked out with the board of the week, and that a lease- tion" to serve these people, tribute its percentage share. Thank ;
trustees.At purchase agreement would since funds collected from Approximately 100-200 Union
issue was whether it's up probably be ready for the them had paid a large portionof county residents use this ser I
to the hospital board of boardof trustees' inspection the cost of several pieces of vice each year, she said.
trustees to lease or sell the
hospital, or whether the you
county it. commission should do The Steak plank II .-

County Hal Maines
told didn't the see attorney commissioners how they could he Has Gone To TheDDGS I Am Truly Thankful That I Am BLEACHI

agreement.possibly enter into a lease Unopposed ForThe Office Of I I

"Only the board of trustees Reg. 88H"L "
and the hospital authority can County Tax Collector.
run the hospital. The board of --

county have any commissioners authority doesn't to be "" THIS OFFICE IS YOUR OFFICE AND I

running the hospital,so I don't AM HERETO SERVE ALL OF THE
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see how you can lease it, '
Maines added. f' ''"'I'f"' Wi,;; .. r It' PEOPLE
Bernie Boxx of Health Care
Services of Fort Lauderdale, 1<<" .' /1)) If I Can Be Of Any Help To You Please _
which proposes to lease the
hospital with an option to buy, Call On Me And You Will Receive Every Limit 3 _
said the board of trustees -- -
wouldn't be the ones to leaseor Assistance From My Personnel & Me I
sell the hospital "because Every Thursday Nile Special I
they don't own anything." Serving You Is All I Am Interested In
The county commission act
ually "owns" the hospital, Food Long 3 P.M. Till 10 P.M. And I Cannot And Will Not: Take Any
said Maines,because the land,
Part In Other Races For All The I
building and equipment were The ,
HOTDOG Way You Like It, I
all purchase in its name. An
Candidates Are Fine Persons And
ggcFRENCH
agreement to lease or sell the Jergens Lotion MildSOAP

hospital commission would approval be subject, he said.to FRIES & SMALL DRINK My Friends.It .

"Well, whatever we have to Mians A Lot To Me To Feel That I Have

sign do sign it it,and"with said whoever, let's Boxx go we ahead have and to ooaaaa( tDUI( (r113E L L J] //; Confidence.r Sincerely r****. **.

The question then came up I An/Truly, Grateful

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I GM Successfully Defends District Softball Title..; I


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Green Machine men's slow runs batted in (RBI). in that game were Jim RBI's, and Randall Symonswho score 4-4, and held Senne In the fifth inning the out with consecutive home runs in put their minds to it. I don't,
pitch Softball team won the The Machine began Friday Garlington and Marcus went 4-for-5 at the plate. scoreless in overtime play in look was still good as Falcon, the seventh. think anybody" could'vestopped
area district championship for night by whipping Glenn Rhoden who both went 3-for-4 Saturday morning GM beatRay's the seventh inning. batting first walked up to the GM had to score three runs them, Hatcher saidIn
the second consecutive year Bland Realty 21-5. Standouts at the plate and had four Metal Works 26-3, which GM finally broke the tie and plate and slapped the ball over in the bottom of the seventh to addition to Carlton, sever
winning four of five games in was surely sweet revenge for won the game in the top of the the left-center field fence. By win, but could only managetwo of the 12 GM players finishes I
the eight team tournament at Golf Winners AnnouncedPartial the team that lost to Ray's inStarke's seventh when Carlton lead off that time home runs had become from a two-run homer by the tournament over the .501 J
Tourney Flight mark with the team
Westside That meant GM had averageat
park Carlton.
July 30AugustStarke's invitational last June with a home run. Bobby so regular that a groupof
.547 and 40 home .
I, results of the Starke Patterson; tenth flight :27.Thirteen Stevens got on base with a boys with gloves had to play one more game Greene runs.finished
Hasty Greene, Golf Club tournament have winner, Fred Dobbins, homers were single and got a free trip homeon gathered outside the fence to against Senne to decide the fourth Hasty in the competition
sponsor of the tournament, knocked out that three Donnie Falcon homer. district championship.Not win-
been reported, with the only Ken Shuford game a get fielding practice.
runner-up and
placed fourth in the weekend ; to be second ning two losing two
remaining match in the eleventh flight winner, Paul apiece by Eddie Douglas and The two remaining runs were Watson and Garlington both wanting
competition, with Waldo'sRay's championship flight series Hutchins, Don Carlton, and two each by John provided by a hit from Sy- got on base following Falcon's best, GM solidly whipped "We just didn't" play up tc
Metal Works placing between Bill Adams and Bish Andrews. runner-up Watson and Eddie Hazen. mono which scored Randall walk around the bases, and Senne in the final game 33.9. our potential, said coach
third. Second place Senne Among others Carlton and McGee and Watson. McGee brought Watson home Hatcher said the turnaboutwas Lane Sibley whose team hat
Lumber of Melbourne Bishop being unscheduled as due to errors made in the not fared well in recent tour.
was put of this week.Scheduling. Douglas also had six RBI's Senne then went into the with a single while Garlington
into the loser's bracket early is apiece, and Douglas had five loser's bracket to play Ray'sfor advanced to second base. previous game which "kept naments.He .
by GM. Senne came back to being BHSGridders hits for five trips to the plate. the right to challenge GM After advancing to third, Gar rallies going for them said his team has only :
beat GM 21-20 in the first hampered because Adams has in the championship game. lington came home on (Sense)." played about 60 games !this
playoff game, but GM won the been in Minnesota qualifying Reminded To Run Beating Ray's placed GM In Senne won, which assured Rhoden's single over Senne's He said GM made only five season, compared to the 120
for the National Pub- inx the winner's bracket final the tournament, needed for a team to be well in''
championship game, bombing them of a trip to Bradenton. second baseman's head. The errors during
tournament. He finished
in the
Seene 33.9.Holiday. against Seene Lumber of but three of them came in the practice.
Bradford High footballersare "We were hoping Waldo final run of that inning cameon
Inn of Starke top 16 there and plans to Melbourne. The pair had splita against Senne and Green Machine will travelto
encouraged by Head would win the game and havean a Carlton fly-out in which game
for the
U.S.
donated the tournament'schampionship qualify Amateur two game match with In a allowed them to beat GM. Bradenton this weekend,'
Coach David
tournament. Hurse "to run as opportunity, to play in the McGee tagged up and scored.
trophy, and much as possible between now previous tournament in Titus- district tournament," Hatcher By then GM led 19-18, but However no errors were madeIn August 6-8, to play in the state'
although a most-valuable- Results for the and August 16" when fall ville. said scored no runs in the fifth inn the final game, which must open class tournament The'
player was not chosen, GM follows remaining first football practice begins. GM beat Senne in a low ing. Senne hit a homer in the have made the difference first game will be August 8 at''
flights are as :
coach Harry Hatcher said it flight winner, Butch Whidden, "Our boys need to run a lot scoring 9-4 game Hatcher The second game against sixth to tie the game 19-19, and "I think our players realized 10 p.m. against the host team"
attributed the low
probably would have to scoring to what was at stake and they Wilham's Nursing Home.J J
gone runner-up, Bryan Karvonen; to get their legs under them at the Senne was characterized by widened their lead by two runs
GM third baseman Kenneth nervousness plate I
Carlton if it had been second flight winner, Steve Coach Hurse says. He also because both teams realized heavy scoring in the first .,
awarded. Carlton Simmons, runner-up, Vernon requests that players get to that winning this game would three innings by GM, who fal- I
finished the Silcox third the field house as soon as they tered in the later innings and Gamewith
tournament with .714 batting ; flight winner, assure a second place spot anda Berry Reports For Aug. 6 All-Star
can to up a of shoes.
Jim Hester, runner-up, S.G. pick pair berth to the lost 20-21.
average, 10 home runs, and 21 state tourna-
Coach Hurse wants the boys to
Denmark; fourth flight ment in Bradenton."It Two run homers were hit by
winner, Delano Thomas, get used to their football shoes Carlton who drove in Symonsin Wayne Berry, Bradford eager to be selected for the all- Georgia Tech.
Misfits Knocked Out runner-up, Ben Moxley; fifth so they won't come up with was an excellent Softball the second inning; and by High's all-area basketball star north squad. The first
flight winner, John Smith, blisters the first days of game in that neither team Eddie Hazen and Carlton, player, has reported to the was Abie Williams three years Berry lettered three years
Of State TourneyA runner-up Gary Bach; sixth practice. made errors," Hatcher said. both in the third inning. University of Florida's ago from the BHS team that in basketball at BITS and
flight winner, Jerry Players should also reportto His only criticism of GM was Those two homers broughtin Alligator Alley to begin competed In the state averaged 17 points and 12
disappointed sixth.place Wadsworth, runner-up, Paul a local doctor for their that although they had numerous McGee and Symons, and practice for the annualFlorida tournament. rebounds per game for the
finish in last weekend's Dis- Harris; seventh flight winner, annual pre-season physical hits, they left too many coupled with round trippersby High School All-Star 1975 Tornado squad. He has
trict II Clas A Amature Softball Danny Hayes, runner-up, Tom examination as soon as runners on base without scoring Watson and pitcher basketball game to be played Standing six.foot-four and signed with Valencia
Association tournament Mobley; eighth flight winner, possible. Waiting until the last Stevens, made the total of six there Friday,August 6, at 7.30: weighing 220 pounds Berry is Community College in
ruled out the possibility of a Ed Cole, runner-up, Wayne minute could cause a delay Senne lead in scoring lead runs scored that inning-all pm. the brother of former BHS all- Orlando and will play
berth in the upcoming state Helms; ninth flight winner, because everybody would be ing 4.1 in the fourth inning.. By supplied by over-the-fence state eager Donnie Sew ell who basketball there on
tournament for the Starke LM Gaines, runner-up Bob going at once. the sixth inning, GM tied the home runs. Berry is the second BHS signed a football scholarship scholarship.

Misfits. .......
The Misfits came up with a Adams Finishes 9th
1-2. win-loss record in last

weekend's district tourna- In USGA TourneyStarke's
ment held in Lake City,to take
sixth place in the 12-team Bill Adams
competition. Only the top two finished ninth out of 159 WE WANT
teams in the district meet golfers from all over the
were tapped for the state tourney nation in the USGA National ...
Pub-Links Championshop in
Starke's Misfits droppedinto Minneapolis, Minn. recently.
the losers bracket at the Adams tied for eighth in FAIR YOU TO
district play-off after a first medal play, with a total score
round loss to Jerry's Cateringof for 36 holes of 74-74-148, to
Daytona Beach last Friday qualify for match play from
night. The Daytona club which the tournament
jumped on Misfit pitchers for a champion was determined. SUPERMARKETS
22.run total, while the Starke The local ace, recognized as 481 OFF 361 OFFBiCentennial
men were held to a 12-run output the top golfer in this area, was Join Our
beaten by one strike by the
The Misfits lone district Eddie 1/2 GALLON I 46oz CAN
tournament win came in Mudd of Louisville, Ky in 1 PANTRY PRIDE HAWAIIAN
Saturday afternoon competition match play. Adams tied for Sale!
when the Starke club ninth in the tournament.By ICE CREAM 39"NJ. i PUNCH 19 J.I
defeated tourney host, virtue of making the low Get The Spirit ,.
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Meats of Lake 85. Pitcher WITH THIt COUPOM."AMTHV MHOC OH O/ City for
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BRADFORD COON I Norman's Farm Girls Defend Title, Head For StateNorman's


trap1SPORTS
Farm women's Realty of Palatka, who had winning their first two games The second game against The Gatorettes were eliminated the sixth which sent in Blalock
slow pitch Softball team won recently eliminated the Saturday and losing Saturday Inland Equipment ended in a from the loser's for a score. ,
the District II tournamenttitle Gatorettes from the loser's night to Norman's Farm, and 4-0) shutout in the Starke bracket after playing Cat Norman's Farm's first '
last weekend, July 30- bracket, and any chance for a again Sunday against the team's favor, with Blalock Realty and losing 139. Colgame in the women's state I
August 1, by beating four trip to the state tourney.Norman's tournament's second place and Kendall each supplyingtwo trane, Herndon, Kendall, and tournament (held in conjunc-
opponents with a combined shut out the team Cat Realty. hits. One of the four runs Redding each had two hits In tion with the men's open class
score of 61-4. Palatka team 10-0 with a 14 hit The Gatorettes opened was again the result of a Red- the game. tourney in Bradenton), is
The victory in the District team effort. Pitcher Cathy against Cat Realty and won ding sacrifice fly which sent in One of Redding's hits was a scheduled for 10 p.m. Friday,
tournament gives them a Blackburn allowed only one by a narrow margin of 13-10. Kendall. fourth inning double which August 6, against the Chick-
chance to try and better their hit in return, and led her teamat Claudia Alvarez, Susan Bla- knocked In two runners, and lets of Sarasota, the tourna
second place finish in the the plate with a perfect 3- lock, and Cheryl Crosby all The Saturday night game the second hit was a triple in ment's host team.
Sportsman
Hunting, CalendarSet State tournament last year. for-3 performance. Other had three hits in the game, Jokingly termed a "disaster'1by I
They will travel to Bradenton leading hitters were Overman and Christy Brokas and Violet coach Mark Kendall, was
By Game Commission August 6 to compete in the and Johnson with 2for3records. Kendall each had two hits. again a shut-out, except that
-- tournament. One of Kendall's hits was a the Gatorettes were on the losing
The sportsman calendar of Managed bear hunts the Norman's Farm's first vic- Johnson finished the tournament triple in the fourth inning end to town rival Nor- f1 C m ''L(JtIBffi(
archery, muzzle loading on tim was Commercial Air of with 11 hits for 15 tries which sent Blalock across the man's Farm.Norman's .
guns
and bear hunts for the 1976-77' Apalachicola Wildlife Man- Lake City who was toppled bya for a ,733 batting average. plate to score. Carolyn Red-- won the game 12- -
hunting season has been September agement Area 18 through will take October place score of 183. Norman's 24 Overman turned in a .588 average ding's sacrifice fly in the fifth 0. Leading hitters for the L 0L JeUm0(!
announced by the Game and made 24 of their tournamenttotal and Blackburn finished sent base runners Frances Gatorettes were Gigt Hern-
and
3, the
on Osceola
Fresh Water Fish Commis- October area on of 73 hits in that game. with a .545 average. Coltrane and Christy Brokasto don, Blalock, and Redding,
1-3, 8-10, and
1517.
Leading hitters were Vicki The Gatorettes placed third, score for the Gatorettes. each with two hits.
sion.The Special archery hunts will Overman and Debbie Johnson
statewide under archery season take place in the following with four hits for five tries, 'is -by Neil Crawford
gets way September
areas: Lochloosa Area, Ala-
Sandra Norman with 3-for-5,
4 and continues through September chua County, September 25- and Linda Cubbage and Sue r1 7 ws
26. In addition
18 wildlife October 24; Camp Blanding
.
Triest with 2for3.Norman's
management areas will be Area, Clay County, October The Bassmasters elected This will kick off the new
open for bow hunting during 16-17, 23-24, 30-31, and November next victory wasa new officers for the coming year, so lets all bj present
the season limited to weekends 6-7; Raiford Tract, 20-1 onslaught over the season beginning in August because if you plan toe in tile
or post season hunts or Union County, October 9-17, Royals of Leesburg. Norman's and ending July, 1977. top six next year it is ajmost
knocked out 23 hits in r
held in combination with Primitive weapons hunts : -7J Pat Welch was elected imperative tha you make all
muzzle loading gun hunts. will take place in the followingareas their effort to win. Overman president, Jody Starling was tournaments. (P.S. and
went 4-for-5 at the
again plate, elected vice-president catch fish).
: Camp Blanding Area,
Eight wildlife areas will be Clay County, October 30-31 Williams followed by both Triest at and 2for2.Jean Tommy O'Brien was elected Right now everyone I is in the
open for primitive weapons and November 6-7; Raiford Montez turned in r secretary and W.T.Smith was same place, but Saturday,
3-
which includes: both bow and Tract Area, Union County, for-4 performance.Wynn a lri'"a .v. elected tournament chairman* morning someone will be
_
and and treasurer. Number One
arrow muzzle loading November 13-January 9. Norman's then took on the
guns. The primitive weapon Bowhunters and muzzle other Starke team in the Neil Crawford will resume
season opens January 29 and loading gun hunters are tournament, the Gatorettes, his role of public relations On behalf of the club I would
continues: until February 13. required to possess a valid and won 120. Angie Nix and chairman. like to extend a word of sympathy -
Archers and muzzle loading hunting license. In addition, Debbie Johnson both had With the above elected leadership to R.F.Bryant and family -
gun hunters may obtain copies archery permits must be three hits, and Wynn and Sharon we anticipate having a who lost a brother a few
Green Machine's Ronnie makes
unsuccessful
Griggs an at
of the attempt getting to first before
wildlife carried
managementarea by bowhunters, and a days We
Hughes each had two hits Senne's shortstop could field his hit.As productive and enjoyable 12 ago. ore sorry to hear
hunt maps and special wildlife management area in the crosstown matchup.In tournaments during the next this.,
it turned out irlggs was the last batter In the Sunday afternoon game that UM: lost 211-21.
area regulations from stamp must be carried by I would like
to wish
any the last Sun- 12 months. each
office of the muzzle game played Since It was their first lows (;:\1 had another change: in the double flimitutiim tournament, and
hunters.
Commission. loading
gun day, Norman's played Cat back the to beat ,thus Our August tournament will bassmaster a safe and prosperous I
came same day Scans:II-f: assuring( themselves a berth in the state tourney.
be Friday, August 6, at Santa year as he seeks out I',
Fe Lake. Boats will launch at old! (Cmicropterus salmoides')
the county landing and the big mouth black bass.
ABOUT OUR tournament will begin at 8:30:

p.m. sharp and end at 6:30: Bass Wishes,
FRUITS & VEGETABLES a.m. Saturday. Neil Crawford
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'T M e i iN Iv7r rrt


Youngsters Find Fun i







In Sum m ProgramEverv taN 1 t y



kid can't wait for IP P
school to let out In June, and dL, ,, !f ,J axf
for those lazy, free days of I '
summer to begin. I *1

But for parents it can be a
problem-how to get the kids 01
out of their hair and into ,
something safe and fun. z'

solved That for problem about 100 has children been 1s11UFLAWC, 1 1l

from 4 to 14 who attend the I
city of Starke's summer ;4--r 4j
the Pratt Street
program at I
Recreation Center. There they If
Co+
are divided into age groups 1

and engage.. in activities tt
including tennis 1

shuffleboard, softball ;
recreational sports, arts and 4'i
crafts, and special activities
sue h as talent shows and a tripto
Ichetucknee Springs.The .
eight week program
ends August 6 and is under the
daily direction of 22-year-old i 4 l ;
Cheryl Godwin daughter of
James Godwin who/ is the
superintendant of Raception
and Medical Center in .. j +
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Raiford. and Donna Prevatt, lI" l! k A'J naL"dti ti7s' a PL,yl1 > 1 i.. w

who Donna's will be mother 20 in December.Wanda '----. Tiffany Little look .. If she U seeking even the little shade Barbara Smith u-never mind!" to the hot sun and swing to

Prevatt, is an administrative .. .... I pole will offer, while Jennifer Brown Lori McKinney and their Mart'l delighLI

employee at Bradford High .Nobody


School.Tiny tot activities for ...Donna 1'revatt is no exception as she succumbs to little Roping ClubWinners
children aged 4.6 are charms and him have In her -
?? Mike Rlpplinger's lets a seat lap :
scheduled in the mornings on H no COil Id... /... during tiny tot game lime -
Monday. Wednesday and I I Igar Named

Friday. They are supervised
in arts and crafts and games The Bradford Roping Club

and are led in sing-a-longs. On irtt has completed another weekof
some mornings they sit competition July 24 and has
quietly in a circle during reported winners in the fog
story-time while one of the i i L'e lowing categories:
girls reads to them. Toddlers: Daren Williams;
second place Kristi! Braddy;
The mornings during the
Dean Underhill second
remaining two days of the Pony ;
Jeff Clemons Small
place ;
week/ are filled with archeryand
recreational sports. The a Fry Randy Conner; second
archery includes both target r e, place Deanna Braddy; Junior
Girls Cindi Jordan Second
: ;
and cloud-shooting, and for a
/ place, Melanie Pringle:
those who are unaware, cloud-
Junior Boys: Dwight Braddy;
shooting involves shooting an
arrow into the sky, arching it 1 s \1v'' Y second place, John Bryan;

just enough!:! to reach the target Powder Puff: Barbara Hin-
place on the ground about 50 EI3x son; second place. Jane
yards distant Seigmund; Seniors: Ronnie
f Williams; second place. Bud

The afternoons are for the I- Clemens. Jack Benny
oldest of the youngsterswho Catetory winner was Donald
in Conner: second place Gerald
participate
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tournaments of all types,

watch movies, and compete in
special events such as sack
races. Free play gives the kids
freedom to shoot pool, play J M
games or cards play ping- r
pong, or play bumper pool.
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Cheryl and Donna agree thatit

can ,!pet difficult competingwith j .. : 9Mwhn
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/ the heat and the noise M, i -
while trying to keep an eye Kathy Morrow and Robbie Godwin watch Jimmy Scheming line up a shot on the pool (able at
(on the building full of milling, the recreation department building Ask 1
yelling youngsters. If they had

lo choose, they said the tiny '
tots are the most fun to work Mary K. SpellIs Lawtey. completed a series of tests Charley N.
\F Enlistee\ Airman Spell entered the which qualified her to enter
with because, as Donna said
Enlisting in the United Air Force's Delayed Enlist the Jet Engine Mechanic fieldof EJohns
'They're fun to be with. Theyare States Air Force is K. .
more loving and they like Eddie McGee S ) of Chris-
the attention.' afternoon Softball ga me outside the recreation department center on Pratt Street. pal, daughter Mrs. permitted her to depart on a six weeks of basic military
t ine Hughes of P.O. Box 8.I selected date within the next training at Lackland AFB,

six months. She selected Texas.A .
Starke Senior October 8, 1976 as her entry 1976 graduate of Bradford
I Boys Third In State Softball Tourney date for active duty, althoughshe County High School, Airman About This Question:

is already accruing timein Spell was enlisted into the Air "So many los.e can

Starke's Senior Boys slow McDonald's again mounted a from three Senior errors. In the plate and Seniors one, McDonald's. The Seniors lost service for pay purposes as Force by Sergeant Frank happen in business theft ...
pitch softball team sponsoredby scoring drive, putting five the bottom of that inning the making the score then 126. In again but by a closer margin a Airman member of the DEP Secula of Office.the Gainesville Recruiting glass breakage ... customer

the Starke Recreation runs across the plate and Seniors plated one run before the next two innings the of 5-4 in eight Innings. Spell successfully injury ... destruction of
Department placed third in widening their lead to 161. the game was postponed. Seniors scored nine runs while Although the Seniors outhlt property or records. These
the state Amateur Softball The senior's final two runs When the game resumed, Grandpa's could only manage McDonald's by three, they lost are but a few Does the
Association tournament July came in the top of the sixth Starke could score no more three to give the Starke team the game by a close margin of :f11 fearninq cJLotf9 Charley E. John Agency:
30. inning, and McDonald's and the score was 4.1 at that their first win 219. Dinky 5-4 in eight innings. Shortstop recommend a free offirm'
Errors gave the Senior's plated one more run in their point. Kilby and Gene Tanner each Kilby combined with second survey
first opponent, :McDonald's last at-bat to make the final The next inning, after had three hits in the 18 hit baseman Scott Hull to make a Dog Grooming & L a risk and matching
Plumbing of Fort Walton policies to be certain the
had scored
Grandpa's one game against Grandpa's.
double play from Hull to first rf
Beach a 17.3 win. 173.Starke's second game was run, Starke finally explodedand Kilby again had three hits in baseman !Mike Kitchens after Bathing insurance doe fit the
Three fielding errors in the postponed for about four hours put 10 runners across the the next game with Deland. Kilby fielded a McDonald's All Breeds rinks?"
first I inning allowed due to rain, during the second plate from eight hits. Bret and joined by Donnie Thomas hit.
:McDonald's to take an early 8- inning. They met Grandpa's Marchant hit a double over and Eddie Akridge. led the The Scorps from Satellite Charley K.:
U lead from five hits. The Sen. Bakery of Fort Lauderdaleand the centerfielder's head send team in the 8-4 victory. Those Beach won the tournament 404 W. Madison St. Starke

Ion held their opponents to make up for their first ing in Jerry Blalock and one three Senior players with an undefeated record and Closed Sun 4 Mon JOHNS AGENCY
three runs in the next three game loss by winning 219. other Senior player.In accounted for nine of the 15 Can Fnr Appointment
will play in the upcoming Next To 131 SO WALNUT ST
( Piggy Wiggly)
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fifth !lead in the lop. of the. ..second:!. ... Grandpa's putting two across team was a rematch against
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THIS REPORT ADVISING YOU HOW THESE FUNDS HAVE BEEN USED OR OBLIGATED DURING THE YEAR FROM JULY I. 1975. THRU JUNE 30 1976 THIS REPORT ADVISING YOU HOW THESE FUNDS HAVE BEEN USED OR OBLIGATED DURING THE YEAR FROM JULY 1. '1975. THRU JUNE 30, 1978
THIS IS TO INFORM YOU OF YOUR GOVERNMENT S PRIORITIES AND TO ENCOURAGE YOUR PARTICIPATION IN DECISIONS ON HOW FUTURE FUNDS THIS IS TO INFORM YOU OF YOUR GOVERNMENT S PRIORITIES AND TO ENCOURAGE YOUR PARTICIPATION IN DECISIONS ON HOW FUTURE FUNDS
SHOULD BE SPENT NOTE: ANY COMPLAINTS OF DISCRIMINATION IN THE USE OF THESE FUNDS MAY BE SENT TO THE OFFICE OF REVENUE SHOULD BE SPENT. NOTE: ANY COMPLAINTS OF DISCRIMINATION IN THE USE OF THESE FUNDS MAY BE SENT TO THE OFFICE OF REVENUE
SHARING WASHINGTON! D C. 20228. SHARINO, WASHINGTON, D.C._2022e.

ACTUAL EXPENDITURES Clnclude Obllgatlona} THE GOVERNMENT ACTUAL EXPENDITURES (Include Obllgatlone) THE GOVERNMENT

1,101) CATEGORIES (fBI) CAPITAL (IC) OPERA" INa I OF LflUTEV CITY (CAt) CATEGORIES (IBI) CAPITAL I IC 1 OPERA ING I OF HAMPTON 0: ITY

PUBLIC SAFETY has received General Revenue Sharing 1 PUBLIC SAFETY has received General Revenue Sharing
S S 2,005 payments totaling S 5 .5 7 8 S S __ V. payments totaling $ 3 ,96 1

2 PROTECTION ENVtRONMFNTAL S S during the period' from July 1. 197S tnrj June 30. 1976 2 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION S S during the period' tram July 1. 1975 thru June 30. 1976

3 PUellh' ACCOUNT NO. 10 2 004 003 3 PUBLIC I ACCOUNT NO. 10 2 004 005HfiMPTOH
TRANSPORTATION s 589 s TRANSPORTATION S S I
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4 HEALTH S S CITY CLERKP 4 HEALTH S S CITY CLERK

0 DRAWER G HAMPTON FLORIDA '
I III I RECREATION 32044V
5 RECREATION
s 3,646 s LftUTEY FLORIDA 32058 S S

LIBRARIES' I LIBRARIES
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7 SOCIAL SERVICES 1 SOCIAL' SERVICES' '
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15 TOTALS 7 Total Funds Available, ..... -a.5'J L 15 TOTALS 7. Total Funds Available" S ..6.912F
5,69 6 S .
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NONDISCRIMINATION REQUIREMENTS HAVE BEEN MET 8 Tolal Amount Expended REOUIHEMEN' rS HAVE B EN" MET S. Total Amount Expended
IEI CERTIFICATION I comity that I am the Chief Executive Onicer and. (Sum of 'line, 15. column B and column C) S_ _.__ (El CERTIFICATION I c.rtlly, 111.11 aril me Chief Executive Othcm and, (Sum of line 15, column B and column C) S_
with with respect to the entitlement' funds I 2.000
reapect to the.nhtl.ment Lundd reported hereon I certify Ind they reported hereon certify that they
have not been used in violation 01 eimel Ili. pnorlry expenditure 9 Balance' m of Juno 30. 1978 _IItQt'I have not been used In violation, 0' either In. priority expenditure 9 e'ance.,0IJun"10' 1979 t h
AntSac funds rs ulrem.ft4Secaon 103) or the funds Section, .Q.1.,
re n ) 103)) or matching prohibition (Section matching prohibition (
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REPORT HAS BEEN PUBLISHED IN A LOCAL NEWSPAPER OF GENERAL CIRCU- REPORT HAS BEEN PUBLISHED IN'A LOCAL NEWSPAPER OF THIS
GENERAL _
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AND RECORDS DOCUMENTING t' THIS REPORT AND" RECORDS
01 hie aeCUti ate THE gna.u" 01 cnel f Eaedtiv. D.1e DOCUMENTING THE|
PE McCULLEY MAYOR QfISSI'DMNam. CONTENTS THEY ARE OPEN FOR PUBLIC SCRUTINY AT .CITY HALL,_. \ X&1Qr': CONTENTS THEY ARE OPEN FOR PUBLIC SCRUTINY AT-ritLJ1.
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,y Looming in the near futureis need. If you can't contract
t ,. this fall a time of decisions. your yearlings for desired
Worried over winter feed supplies prices, the marketing specialists
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v r w y i't, the cow-calf producer believe you should con
must decide how and when to sider feeding the yearlings out
'aanh -tt s market his 1975 and 1976 calf yourself, either at a custom

/, ( + crops, and how deeply to cull feedlot or on your farm. Feed
his cows. grain prices this fall will
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determine the feasibility of
Problems facing cow-calf this t
strategy.
men this fall are serious and

solutions are practically non This year's calf crop presents .
existent. How the cow-calf an even bigger problem.
I man markets his cattle this Forward contracting mayor
fall will determine to a large may not be successful. If it
editorial 1 extent when he will return to amore isn't and if you have available :
profitable situation. feed, you should consider i I
carrying calves throughthe
Conditions this fall your
hinge winter. The calves will
t t '' it i greatly on feedgrainSrices. A command greater prices per
Jimmy The ;, s large corn
; PopulistPopulist ducive to cattle feeders placing and pound become as they more increase attractiveto in size

; '' more cattle on feed, thus the cattle feeder. Placing
:, k maintaining feeder prices
r these calves
: A member of the People'spartyWebster's programs, and funding for mass transit close to current levels. If the first quarter on feed or growing duringthe

( new 20th Century (liberal programs). feedgrain crop doesn't meet them through the summer are
Dictionary, Unabridged). USDA predictions, prices will alternatives that open up after
According to one of his staff, Mr. Car be higher, causing unattrac the first of the year
Jimmy Carter Is a self-styled "popu ter combines liberal concerns for the five feeding margins and

list" and has told reporters that his con needs of people with conservative con t ; and reduced yearlings.The demand. for calves calves Last year that the went bigger directly, fatter to

vention acceptance speech reflected his cerns for good management. He Is for a 1 slaughter generally brought
leanings in that direction balanced cow-calf man's customer
budget morality in govern more per pound than thinner
ment fervent the feedlot is calves. 1
patriotism and tough II pace
"I think the speech, not inadvertently, still reluctant to light
crime control. But when he sees the weights feed The cattle !
on
shifted back and forth between liberal Probably the most; important
need, he can embrace liberal policies, tir feeder wants the heavier practice is to know
and conservative he your
said.
"But I think
such as expanding economic .y feeders so he can shorten the breakeven costs. Know
programs
it was uniformly populist in tone. That's / y x feeding period, and turn
over how
a federal consumer-protection ar..y exactly much it costs to d(
what I Intended for it to be." agency cattle numbers in his yards
and a stronger central government. He more rapidly. produce a calf in your oper I i
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ation and base
Now knows that has no hesitation about moving new jour market I
everyone Jimmy Carter
around
ing strategy this priceA
is a registered Democrat and is his programs to Washington if he feels thatis Increased supplies, reduced

party's nominee for the highest office in the best, most direct way of getting m in IIISTORV I ) demand make profit and opportunities lower prices for flood of cattle on the market .
the this fall could be disus
job done. While he
the land. So when he speaks of being a supports certain the cow-calf man slim this trous to the entire cattle
"populist" he is speaking in terms of conservative concepts the major Innovations fall. Past marketing practicesof dustry In the short run low in
philosophy rather than actual party that he plans to bring to his ad selling the calf "right off prices will result for both

affiliation. As a matter of fact, nothing ministration, if elected, have liberal The old Seaboard Air Linedepot" (looking south) as it appeared frigerator Works. mistake the cow"this will fall probably, be a feeder and slaughter cattle In
much has been heard of the overtones. These include: was a focal point of during strawberry season, the according to the long run prices will
Populist with The cars were built to hold marketing specialists.
horse-drawn remain'
activity in Starke when these wagons, depressed until short-
Party since angry farmers united briefly loaded up to 380 crates of berries, and
with
Taxes (the rich would pay a larger picture postcards were in circulation crates of berries would also accommodate ten What can you, the cow-calf ages eventually occur: The
in the 19th for
century to fight their cause share), back in 1907, shipment to northern mar. tons of ice. They were man, do then?! First try to cow-calf men still in (ho cattle
against the rich, the powerful, and the kets. contructed so that berries forward contract your feeder business at this time nextear.
special interests in Washington. --Health care (mandatory coveragefor ]In scene at left two "hacks"are could be placed in four separ cattle for fall delivery with the may well be the on'sI ho
all). waiting at the hitching Lower right, the Southern ate compartments and idea of looking in a small profit choose to alter their market
But modern day "populists," (using posts to carry passengers Express Co. platform, at shipped to four different desti or at least salvaging your ing practices from the traditional '
the term philosophically) all -Welfare reform (remove costs from (possible strawberry buyers north end of the depot was a nations. break-even price. In light of method of simply ship
may range arriving for the season) to the busy place, with berries wait the declining market, it may ping calves to market "rightoff
the way from conservatives, such as the local levelHousing ). old Commercial Hotel on Call ing shipment to the North. The The cars were invented by be too late to get the price you the cows"
Governor Wallace of Alabama, to lib. Street iced.down refrigerator cars Joseph Thomas who had beenin
erals, in the mold of Sen. Wolter Mon (build two million units a which carried the berries the refrigeration businessfor

dale of Minnesota. year with federal aid). west Top side right of photo the shows the were manufactured in Slarke several years.Underhi110pposinhldilliams Mnii Arrested FOI' lit't'eis ink
depot yard by the Truby & Thomas Re

Obviously the Carter ideology -Transportation (increase funding for Stolen P roprrt\
mass transit).
springs from a Southern tradition that

combines conservative and liberal ..Reorganization of the bureaucracy.We Timothy Wayne Kirchaine, Kirchaine is presentl)>
values in an unorthodox manner. An 25, of Hampton was arrested awaiting trial on similar

example of this conservativeliberalmixture like to think of the Democratic and jailed Sunday, July 25, by charges of receiving stolen
A 37-year-old freelance The conviction involved the Underbill i l l assisted i Bradford County Sheriff's jewelry belonging to Johnny
came in his acceptance speech Party as "the people's party" and promoter has qualified to run use of a stolen gas credit card Jacksonville in apprehending deputies on charges of D. Sumner, Sr. That offense
when he advocated better management believe that Mr. Carter is admirably against incumbent Frank by someone borrowing two robbery suspects. receiving and concealing was committed March 2::>

of the bureaucracy, tough defense, and equipped, both philosophically and Williams for the District 25 UndechuTs car. Underhill was stolen property. Kirchaine was arrested) June 4{ I
r seat in the Florida House of He Sad) that he plans, to by Sheriff's deputies Me was 4f J
support for free enterprise (conserva energetically, to provide the leadership Representatives. sentenced to a suspended two- spend the next several months Kirchaine has been charged released on June) R after (
tive items) as well as mandatory health necessary to implement his people year sentence and place on traveling around Clay, with receiving March; 3, this posting $1.500( bond

care for all. expanded federal housing oriented program. Charles E. 'Red' Underbill probation! for three years with Bradford and St. Johns year a stolen Homelite power Bail has been set at $1.ri)0()/
of Green Cove Springs says he Probation counties listening t o the saw belonging to Guy Harrell for the !March :.1 offense
plans to bee lobbyist for 75,000 terminated a year later after people' and ascertaining what
people when he gets to their needs are.

I Those Troublesome TagsIf Tallahassee, explaining that .
he plans to confer with the
people and see what they think -= ..
needs to be done.Underhil I -- ..

you're confused about when to case for the past year, when the law who does ,
for renewal of auto license was changed to allow a car owner to
apply
your promotions for record and Steve Spurrier says. ,
tag, how much it wi II cost and how longit keep his tag when he traded cars. He publishing companies says he

will be good for--join the club) A lot of pays the difference or gets a rebate, has been planning to run for "As the Nation Celebrates the Bicentennial,
depending on whether he has traded up public attic for 20 years, saysa
other people are in the same boat 1970 mail fraud conviction is Guaranty Federal has something NEW for

or down. 'nothing to hide. I
want
Florida is phasing in a new system of you. "
people to know that a man can
Since D's, W's, and WW's don't mean a
renewing auto license tags and, as is come back after one mistake.' INTRODUCING THE tI
the case with anything new there is a thing anymore, the State will begin -

lot of misunderstanding on the part of phasing-in a different type of tag next Putnal Seeks

"renewees." year. Instead of the traditional prefix AllAmerican
numberindicating the population rankof
'
The new system is designed to make the county as it was in 1937- and the Senate Seat "" .

everybody happy to eliminating those letter (if any) designating weight or use Account

long, hot lines at the tax collector's the tags will have three letters followedby Terry L. Putnal, a 27 year
office\ each August when everyone has three numbers (for example ABC. old farmer and businessman .i ,

to apply for his or her auto tag at the 123)). The reason for this is that some from Mayo, Florida filed July Maintain a balance of only $200 in your When you maintainabalanceofjustAllAmerrcanAccountandrecelvethese

same time. Eventually all vehicle counties have become so populous that State 19 for Senate the District seat. 5 Florida / $1000. in your All-American Account,

owners will be buying tags before or their license plates have become difficult helpful services: you'I 11 I receive aU! the preced ing services

during their birthday month, but it will to read. Putnal will be running for PLUS the following:
PRESTIGE CARD
the seat vacated by Senator
take 15 months to get the entire plan
The use of three letters and three Bob Saunders of Gainesville, Get emergency cash when you are DIAL-ACCOUNT

into operation.This numbers will permit up to some 17 who is running for reelection.In out-o/-townatover3,000participating/ Keep your money working by earning

year, every vehicle owner must million combinations without the need a statement released locations all across the USA. interest. Then just a phone call will

purchase a license decal in the tradi for more than six characters. As an after qualifying Putnal said, *TRANSMATIC transfer fundsdirectlytoyourlocal

tional July to August 20 period which economy measure, however the Legislature leadership"My campaign and will broad stress Make regular savings deposits or pay checking account.

has been in effect for ten years. But the decided this year that the new experience as necessary loan payments. .automatically. *FREETRAVELERSCHECKS

decals received this time will vary in lags would be {issued only if existing elements in serving the *MONTHLY STATEMENTS* No service charge for 1st National City

price and length of validity from four to tags have become unreadable. Auto interests of the Fifth District Bank Travelers checks to All-American//
will make that My experience in the You'll receive an up-to-date statement of
IS months. inspection personnel
legislature, in agriculture and Account holders *
ic your A II-A merican Account every
determination .
For example, a compact car owner in business are the biggest month, .and a special envelope for filing *FREEMONEY ORDERS '
in the
with a November birthdate will pay just Bradford County Tax Collector J.R. problems advantages that face solving our area" your statements. (Quarterly statements Save on service charges for Money Orders I

$5.67 for his decal but will have to Kelly said last week that tag sales are Putnal said in a statement will be Issued when there is no Pith your American Account I

return In October the month prior to his lagging behind with only two more released after qualifying.A *ADDITIONAL SERVICES
the account.)
activity on
birthday to purchase a 14-month decal weeks to renew. Some of this is due to
fourth generation Additonalserviceswillbeoifered from
*5.25% INTEREST RATE
costing $14. misunderstanding on the part of some Floridian Putnal graduatedfrom
vehicle owners who have the wrong Lafayette'County High When left to compound daily for a year, timetotimeespeclallyforAf/-American

Those born in October will pay the idea that they don't have to renew their School in 1967. He was activein your savings will earn a 5.39% effective Account holders

highest price, $17.13, for that weight permits until their birthday month This the State 4-H Club and won yield growing for today and tomorrow AND...
will be good state and national
numerous
decal
categorybut the will be true in the future but not for the honors in livestock, swim and *DIRECT DEPOSIT Each insured account is covered for

until. Sept. 30, 1977. present renewal Kelly advises. ALL agricultural projects. [In 1967 Protect your Social Security, government $40,000 by the Federal Savings and Loanchecksorstockdivldendsbydirect

Registration of all companyownedcars owners must renew before August 20 in he was elected State 4-H I Insurance Corporation.

will be handled each May. the present case, and Kelly advised resident deposit \to your All-American Account. SO...

coming in as soon as possible In order to While in his last year of high FREE NOTARY PUBLIC Stop by any of Guaranty Federal's offices

In past years, the prefix lettersor avoid the last-minute rush. school, Putnal assumed a TODA Y and put an All-American/
AfreeservicetoAAmericanAccount/
lack of them-- on a license plate leadership role in the Florida .
indicated the weight class or type of use And now, if you're still cant used-- just House of Representatives by holders. on yourfinanclalteamby

of a vehicle, but that has not been the hurry and buy your tag anyway) acting Retirement as and Director Personnel of Passbook savings accounts are available, ,if you opening your All-American/ Account
Above services and rates subject to modification
prefer
Committee. upon 90 day notice

In 1969 he was elected
QRjD president of the student bodyat tt tlr '* * I SriAllAmerican
North Florida Junior '

miiijjiitjt4BOB College in Madison and also I I __. ...l I
served as administrative IIF ''
i assistant to (now U.S. Account 395 W. Madison Street -
y Senator) Dick Stone, who was Starke I
then a state senator from
c ,.rs G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Miami.In Gainesville, Keystone Heights w""'r.
Federal \
/inn-** Publishers outlining what he Guaranty Lake Butler I andClearwater } .

Published each Thursday und entered as second pees Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla. under considers to be major Issues in S.vingsBLoenAssaletlonol0elnesvllle Beach'I ;.ri \; 1.e oa"ie.

the campaign, Putnal pointedto
Actot March 3, 1879 Subgcrptlon| rate in trade area/7: per year: Max months. three problems of the rural -
Outside trade area., 68 per year: $4.50 six months. Northern Florida counties:
Starke, rid. Ineffective -- --
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I LEGALS LAWTEY ObituariesA.H.Henry,84,oro.er.r 4 HAMPTON AREA NEWSThe


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Hampton Community by DolornIeng! Tommy Rodriquez has
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF CHURCH ACTIVITIES by Elizabeth Terryof welcomes Mr. and Mrs. Phone 4G8-I91S returned home from a five
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- Church ot God: Sunday Funeral services will be Melvin Dishman who recently of week camping trip at Camp
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Miss Green and her par-- held at 11 a.m. today (Thurs- all ages will take advantage Crystal Lake.
moved to Villa. on
FORD COUNTY Hampton Montgomery
ents Mr. and Mrs. Ray r I Augusts) forAH. this service.
vices day.
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Henry, They recently retired and Mitchell Thomas, Michael
CIVIL ACTION Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: Nugent, Thursday night. They 84, of 628 West Lafayette moved down from Baltimore, Carroll and Tommy
p.m. YPE Friday at 7:30: p.m. attended a music recital at Street, Starke, who died in a Personals also attendedthe
Md. of
the llardenbrook
CASE No. 76-206 They are parents
to Sammy
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday Pablo Beach that night. Jacksonville hospital early Happy Birthday
Mrs. Duane Mitzel Mrs. and enjoyed hiking,
old
Marvin (ft. ; Caulk who was 18 years camp
School 10 Ser- Andy, Dale and Tuesday following
a.m. Worship a long 111-
and arts
LORENA KINSEY BENJES, vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Norman, Janet and Debra ness. Dishman is also the sister of July 26 and to John Alexander archery swimming

Wife/Petitioner vs. ERIC FRED- Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8 Griffis, Pam and Cindy Tay Ca rot Born April 13, 1892 in Kiss- Mrs. Ruth Shanbarger, a Hawkins who celebrated July and crafts. returned
Starke resident.We wish them Lundgren
ERICK BENJES, Husband/Res- Shu- 26! Kenny
tor, Philip Crews, Ray immee, Mr. Henry lived in via Amtrak
p.m.Faith peaceful, happy retirement! celebratedhis home recently
pondent Baptist Church: ford, Tommy Barnes, Sam Starke over 40 years. He Jimmy Joyner weeks with
Mr. and Mrs, after spending two
George shared
Kenneth and Kevin birthday when he
Radio Program over WPXE Norman, retired in March 1976 after
NOTICE OF SUIT Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sunday: Sunday School, working as a carrier for the Rahmes and daugher, Denise, cake and ice cream with his relatives and friends in New
NO PROPERTYTO School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Wilkerson, Mr. and Mrs. Leo- 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, Jacksonville Journal for over recently moved into town family and friends July 22. Jersey
: ERIC FREDERICK BENJES vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. nard Norman, Mr. and Mrs. II a.m.; Church Training & 34 years. Mr. Henry,was an after having lived on a farm Mr. and Mrs. Otto HiCks
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Carl Norman, Mrs. Ruth Grif- Puppet Group, 6:15: p.m.; Army veteran of WW II and a for many years.Congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hicks Hampton Lake News
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 7:30: p.m. Bible Study. fis and Mrs. Mary Taylor, Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. member of the Oak Grove to Linda and Mrs. George Williams Jane Simpson left August 2
for DISSOLUTION : Vacation Bible Bowen and Jimmy O'Steen of via Eastern Airlines for
an action Grace United Methodist: were guests at a McDonald's Monday: Baptist Church. attended the wedding
OF MARRIAGE has been School ( thru who were united in marriageon Uhrlchsville, Ohio after
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor- dinner party on Wednesday Monday Friday), Survivors include his wive Valerie Gray and Tom
filed against you ERIC FRED- ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: evening honoring Jim Nor 9 am.; Youth (age 15-17)) Lila Anderson Henry July 16 at the home of Mr. Stalnaker in Jacksonville's spending two weeks with Mr.
ERICK BENJES and Vacation Bible School ; a son, and Mrs. Earl Rhoden. We and !Mrs. George Simpson.
you are p.m. Prayer Circle will be man on his 9th birthday, 7 p.m. Patrick A. Henry of Starke Trinity Baptist Church on
required to serve a copy of your observed every Wednesday which was given by his Tuesday: Lorena Epperson two daughters: Martha Saun-; welcome this young couple to Friday evening, July 30. They enjoyed vacationing in
written/ defenses, if any to it, on morning at 8 a.m. at the mother, Mrs. Darlene Nor- Group, 2:30: p.m.; Ida Darby ders of Lake City and Mamie the community. They are Valerie is the oldest daughterof Daytona Beach and visiting
the whose 2:30 presently residing at the homeof Bob friends while she was here.
plaintiff's attorney church Choir Practice 7 p.m. man. Group, : p.m.Wednesday Norman of Jacksonville Reverend and Mrs.
name and address is George H. and United MYF 8 p.m. at the Mr. and Mrs. Tommy God : Family Night sister, Mrs. Bell Holland; of a Mr. O'Steen. Gray former Hampton !Mr and Mrs. Malcolm Dunn
Pierce, Esquire, P.O. Drawer church on Wednesday. win of Gainesville visited their Super, 6:15: .m. ; Sunday Jacksonville, seven grand- residents.Mr. of Ocala enjoyed weekend
1030, Starke, Florida 32091, Highland Baptist: Sunday brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Workers Mtg, GA's, children and one greatgrandchild. 4-11 News and :Mrs. Don Fort campoul at their property on
and file the with the RA's Acteens World Friends Harold Waters, Jr. and Lake. Their friends
original School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- and Mrs. Harold Eunice on recently attended the reunionof Hampton
clerk of the above styled court and Mission Friends Gene Joyner, members of the this are always happyto
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday afternoon. 6:45: Services will be in Pine the 339th! Corp of Engineersof in area
on or before August 19 1976.: Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Miss Elizabeth Terry and pm.; "Hour of Power," 7:30: Level Baptist Church with Hampton 4-H Club, attendedthe World War 11 at French see them.
otherwise a judgement may be 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Joyce Futch of Starke pm.; Adult Choir, 8:15: p.m. Rev Roman Alvarez officiat Stale 4-H Congress held Lick, Indiana. Enroute home
entered against you for the relief Laura Baptist Church: Sun- attended the funeral of Mrs. Thursday: Visitation, 9:30a : ing. Burial will be in Crosby from July 26 through July 31 they enjoyed the beauty of the
demanded in the complaint or day School 9:45: a.m. Worship Janice Brown at First Baptist m.; Visitation, Deacon-Led, Lake Cemetery. al the University of Florida in Smokey Mountains. BROOKERIN

petition. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Church, Jacksonville Beach, 7 p.m. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Gainesville. Harold and Gene Mr and Mrs Herbert
WITNESS my hand and the Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Friday afternoon.Mrs. Friday: Vacation Bible Home is in charge of were on the Meat Judging Hofler and children of BRIEFby
seal of said Court on July 12, 7:30: p.m. Martha Miley and Mrs. School Family Night Service. ments. arrange Team and attended various Spewartown, P 1976. Northslde Baptist: Sunday Mae Wells visited Miss Enza 7:30: p.m. classes and lectures. It was visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Blanchard of Baker County Saturday : Bus Ministry also a fun week for them as Duane Milzel and family and Jeanette Prescott
Gilbert S. BrownAs vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Nursing Home at Macclenny Visitation, B:30 a.m.St.llurk Fred Mason, 79 they met interesting people !Mrs Ruth Shanbarger while\
Clerk of said Court sharing their interest in 4-H to Death>
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at on Monday.Mr. en route Tampa.
7:30: p.m. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs "s Fred Mason, 79, of Crystal Club activities. They enjoyed !Miss Denise Khanies is Our smypathy is extendedto
By: Virginia F. Darby-As Deputy and daughter, Terri of Jack Lake, died Friday, July 30, in swimming, tennis, bowling visiting relatives in West the family and friends of
Clerk PERSONALSPaul sonville, visited their parents, Episcopal' Church North Florida Regional among other entertainingevents Palm Beach. Mr. Phillip E. Ward. lie
Lock and Bob Huffmanof Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs, Hospital, Gainesville, after a around the University. !Mrs JoAnn iehron of Fort resided at Avon Park at t the
7 15 4tchg 8/5 afternoon.Mrs. Lauderdale !is a visit time of his death, but was n
Green Cove Springs left Sunday Sunday August 8: 8:30: lingering illness. Born in Lan- enjoying
-- --- -- -- Hester Hicks MeetingThe sister Mrs. Wallace native of Brooker. He wait
Sunday by plane for Hanover, spent a.m., Holy Eucharist: 10 a.m., chester, England on Nov. 1, with her
Hampton City Councilis horn here in 190!). His father
Ind. They will combine busi- Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Morning Prayer. 1896, he had lived on Crystal Collins und family
CITY OF HAMPTON O.J. scheduled to meet in Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliver are was the late !Mr. Will Ward.
ness and pleasure. While there Phillips. Tuesday, August 10: 7 p.m., Lake since 1937.A .
CALL FOR BIDS they will visit his parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Fate Redd Women of St. Mark's Meeting. veteran of the British regular session on Tuesday, spending( a month in North His funeral was held at New
August 10, al 8 p.m. in the City (Hope Baptist Church,
Sealed and Mrs. Albert Lock and returned to their home in Army of World War I, he wasa Carolina'Isitmg their friend
bids will be received
by Hall.
other relatives. Macon Ga., Saturday after Mason, a Shriner, a memberof :Mrs. Mary llughcy, and Wednesday July 21, with
City Council of the City of after week Morgan Road l the area. burial in New Hope Cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Williamsand noon spending a # the Scottish Rite, and sightseeing in
Hampton at the City Hall, in Hal, of Wellborn, visited with their mother, Mrs. O.J. attended Hope Baptist Churchat Sick List Mrs. Belle Brown enjoyed PALLBEARERS: Mr. Guy
Hampton Florida, until 800 their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Phillips, and brother, Danny. Baptist Church Theressa. He was a retired Members of the communitywho double pleasure with the Harrell, Mr. Zedra Hamilton,
PM. on Tuesday August 10, Mrs. Hubert Priest Sunday Friends of Jack Estes electrical contractor. will appreciate prayersare recent: weeklong visit of her :Mr N.G. Haves, Jr., Mr.
1976 at which time Bids will be : Nelson Carter who is a Ernest Edwards, Mr. J.V.
afternoon. regret to learn that he is a surgical Sunday Services Survivors include his wife twin granddaughters Cynthia
opened and read aloud on the Miss Elizabeth Terry spent patient in St. Vincent's Sunday School 10 am.; Clara D. Mason; one son,, patient al Gainesville'sVeterans und( Natalie who arc II and Edwards, and Mr Lloyd
following items. Jacksonville. Our Hospital, Marklee live at Park. They also Harry. :Some: 01 tne others
Tuesday to Thursday with her Hospital, Morning Worship & Servicesfor Harold Mason, Wigan, Eng Orange
sister, Mrs. C.E. Strickland of prayers are with him. Mrs. Deaf Norman who is hospitalized at visited their uncle and aunt. attending the funeral from
the I lla.m.; Training land; two stepsons, Don Neelof
1. Remodeling of one door and Gainesville. Their Tuesday Estes spent the week with Mr. North Florida Regional in :Mr. and Mrs. Tops Drown Brooker included): Mrs. Eva
Union 6:30: p m.; Evening Starke and Wilbur Neel,
window painting the exterior of evening dinner guests were and Mrs. Hermie Kelly. Worship, 7:30 Jacksonville Gainesville, Mrs. Lois Brown und( family and :Mr and :Mrs Harrell. Mr Malcolm Harrell,
the City Hall, and exterior of Mrs. Keyda Wester of Gaines- Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Wyke p.m.Wednesday Sen ice daughter, Mrs.; Inez one Triest step-, who recently underwent Raleigh Brannen of HedtordLake Mrs. Ruby Hayes, and Mrs.

equipment building ville and Miss Eve Futch of and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mid Week Prayer Service Keystone Heights; 11 grand- surgery at the Bradford Xcdra Hamilton.
Starke. Miss Futch spent the Berry and son Kevin, and Bible Study, 7:30 p.m.. children, and eight great- County Hospital and !Mrs. :Mrs Carrie Laughbaum: of
2. One set of concrete steps, Shirley Parker, a patient at Personals
night with them. returned to their home in Lau- Choir Practice 8:15: :Melrose and :Mrs Pauline
and hand rails on west side of Kevin KirkJand of Greensboro rinburg. N.C. Sunday after p.m. grandchildren.Funeral services were heldat Bradford County Hospital. We' Aiken ol Crystal LaJ..l'l'nJO\'I'd Mr. :N' G.I Hayes Jr. and

building. N. C., the grandson of spending a week with Mr. and 11 a.m. Monday in Hope wish them all a speedy a visit with Mrs Belle Brownon children Uremia and Stanley
Mrs. Alice Voiles of Keystone Mrs. Jerry Vogler and family 1he Old.1imWl Baptist Church with Rev. recovery! Sunday. August: 1 :.Mrs accompanied by :Mrs. Ruby-
Specifications may be obtainedat Heights, was a Sunday over- In New Smyrna Beach. They Merle Packham officiating. Brown will be celebrating: her Hayes, also Mrs Eva Harrell.
the City Clerks office of call rule guest of Jerry Lock. were Sunday dinner guests of Interment was in Hope Ceme- Church News Kith birthday, on August 21 spent Updnvsday. July 28.
4681201 The City Council and / The goal ol 230: persons to the Paul : in
Sincere Sympathy is extended their parents grand- tery with Masonic rites at the Mr. and :Mrs Richard visiting fml'ry's
reserves the right to accept or to Mr. and !Airs. Terry parents, Mr. and :Mrs Doc graveside. DeWitt C. Jones attend the August 1st Sunday :Mowry und l'hlldrl'n.onna\ tjuincy \Dwight returned
reject any or all bids.City Futch and other relatives of Mosley. Funeral Home was in chargeof :Morning Worship services at and Greg; have returned home with Mrs. lIa rrell.
Council Jacksonville Beach due to the Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of arrangements. Hampton Baptist Church was home after an enjoyable three The community wishes to
Mary Lee Allen death of their mother, Mrs. Graham visited their parents, exceeded when 236 were week' camping trip One of the welcome Mark and Cathy T
City Clerk Janice Brown, Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice, ro.o o oxonc counted. Congratulations to highlights!! of their trip was Gentry; and daughter to
.1/292tchg!. .85NOTICE ------- morning. on Sunday afternoon. !Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie :\Ieltonwho attending the Scottish \Hrooker! We hope you enjoy
Mrs. Pauline Devore and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman "lie admits that there are Dangerous Despite Pranks were credited with bring- Festival at Urn illl', NC your new home in the Shady
OF INTENTIONTO Mrs. Elva Reddish visited her and sons spent the weekend Despite its pranks, lightningis ing in the largest number! vVe Performers of Scottish ancestry (.iks) subdivision.
REGISTER sister, Mrs. Nettie Nolan of with their cousins, Mr. and two sides to every question-" no laughing matter, the hope they enjoythe steak entertained with field
FICTITIOUS NAME Jacksonville Wednesday Mrs. Roy Smith of Seville. bis own and the wrong side National Geographic Society dinners awarded as a prize for events, fife ami drum hands ---

Pursuant to Section 86509 morning. On their way home Mrs Joyce Futch of Black- says. It annually kills more their efforts.Bookmobile. und dancing in native costume
Florida Statutes, notice is they stopped by to see Mrs. shear, Ga. and Jackson Prevail IJA JF'rE1" people in the United States The :Mowry's also Washington A ball game
hereby given that the Reddish's nephews and of Starke visited Mr. and than do tornadoes, floods, or enjoyed camping undersigned James C Nugent, nieces, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Mrs. Carl Prevatt Saturday played after which Miss Car. hurricanes.Golf The Bradford County land Falls\ in l Kentucky long before Columbus arrived.
Rt 2, Box 85A, Starke, Florida Mizelleand Mr. and Mrs. Leo afternoon.Mrs. ter opened i her gifts. Refresh- courses and other open Bookmobile is scheduled 1 to l.ookoutInuntam: in Virtually every Middle
32091 and Ronald W. Nugent, nard Ellison, also of Jackson- Thomas N. Curran and ments of cake and punch were areas are especially vulner arrive at the Hampton City Tennessee and Slum- American rum contains at
Rt 1 1. Box 269, Starke Florida, ville. sons. Nick and Matthew. served. There were about 50 able during electrical storms, Hall on Tuesday. August! t in.) al :Mountain. Georgia; Knroutc least one court where teams
32091, doing business under the Miss Ruth Green of Middle- returned to their home in guests present.Mr. making golfers, farmers, 12:30: ) p m. It will remain until home they spent some time played a ball game that is still
firm name of "J & R Nugent burg came for her aunt, Mrs. Fairfax, Va. Friday after and firs D R. Brown swimmers, and hikers prime 2:30: p.m. and will follow the with :Mrs :.Mowry's parents not perfectly understood
Electrical Contractor", Rt. 1 Box Mae Wells Wednesday. Mrs. spending a wel'kIth their and daughter Cynthia, went to targets sume schedule each: week It :Mr and :Mrs II (' Ilow.-ll in :National': Geographic says.
269. Starke, Bradford County, Wells was the overnight guestLEGALS grandmother, Mrs. Flossie Perdido Ala. Friday to visit is hoped children and adults of Panama fits
Florida, 32091 intends to Hosier. their mother, Mrs. Lottie LitaL
register said fictitious name :Mrs. Pauline Roden and Brown. Saturday night Mr
under the provisions of aforesaid children of Shreveport, La. and :Mrs n.R Brown
statute and :Mr. and Mrs Scott Davis attended i a class reunion of his
James C Nugent Ronald W. and son Brent, and Miss Mon- class in Mobile Ala NOTICEOF
Nugent joint owners. The name and address of the ica Duncan of Pensacola, :Mr and Mrs. Fred Carter of
Dated this 29th day of July personal representative'sattorney spent a week with their parents Maxville spent Sunday after-
A.D 1976 at Starke. Florida are set forth below. Mr. and Mrs. Ben noon with their son-in-law and
7 29 4tchg 8/19 McCulley and David. ddughtl'rIr! and Mrs.
- -. - All persons having claims or Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Davis Wayne Hardee and family.
demands against the estate are and family' Muskeegin, While there they took their TAX INCREASEThe
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO required WITHIN THREE Mich moved to Starke on Sat- grandchildren, Karen and
REGISTER MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF urday and will live near their Stephen, to the zoo.
FICTITIOUS NAME THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mr and ilrs.Iark! Newell,
Pursuant to Section 86509 THIS NOTICE to file with the White. missionaries from Ecuador
Florida Statutes, notice is here- clerk of the above court a Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harperof S.A" are spending some time
by given that the undersignedLarry written statement of any claimor Starke were Sunday dinner with their mother !Mrs. Waiter City Of Lawtey ProposesTo
R Alvarez, P,O. Box 422 demand they may have. Each guests of their grandparents, :Martin, and other relatives -
Keystone Heights Clay County claim must be in writing and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. .
FlCrida. Mark T Kendall P.O. must indicate the basis for the Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Carter Mr. and !Mrs. forl'dIoore:
Box 1257 Starke. Bradford claim, the name and address of and daughter Shelly returned \'isitedIr! and :Mrs Danny Raise Your Property Taxes
County. Florida and Claudia C. the creditor or his agent or Friday to their home in Thompson and) sons of Jacksonville
Alvarez. P 0 Box 422. Keystone attorney, and the amount Columbia. S.C. after spending and Mr and !Mrs
Heights Clay County florida, claimed. If the claim is not yet two weeks with their mother, Seeb Andrews and family of
doing business under the firm due the date when it will Mrs. Flossie Rosier Wildwood. who are vacationing Public Hearing On The Increase
name of "GATORLAND become due shall be stated. If Jerry Starling of Perry at Kingsley Lake Sundayat
HOMES CONSTRUCTION CO the claim is contingent or spent a week with his parents ternoon
,intends to register said fictitious unliquidated, the nature of the Mr. and :Mrs Charles Starling :Mr. and :Mrs. Kenneth Mar-
name under the provisions of uncertainty shall be stated. If the and family. tin and family. :Mr and Mrs. Will Be Held Thursday August 1 19
aforesaid statute. claim is secured, the security :Mrs Vivian Less Geleskey Don Martin and family Mr. ,
Larry R. Alvarez Mark T shall be described The claimant of East Palatka is recuperating and :Mrs. Clifford :Martin and
Kendall and Claudia C Alvarez shall deliver sufficient copies of from surgery on her leg. family Mr and :Mrs Kenneth
co.owners. the claim to the clerk to enable Mrs. Barry Watts, her aunt, Prater and family of Jacksonville -
Dated this 1st day of August the clerk to mail one copy to went down their to stay with :Mr and :Mrs Ralph At 7:30: P.M.
1976 each personal representative.All her- and the children for a few Martin and family gatheredat
8 5 4tchg 8,26 days. the home of their mother
persons interested in the Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Lee Mrs. Walter :Martin, for a
NOTICEI estate ,to whom a copy of this and John met Mr. and Mrs. family get-togelher on Sun In The Lawtey City Hall
I will not be responsible for Notice of Administration has Larrie DuBose of Decatur. day Other guests were Mrs.
any debts other than my own. been mailed are required Ga., at Tifton. Ga. and they :Martin's sister :Mrs Sidney
Grady Williamson WITHIN THREE MONTHS visited the Agrirama at Tif Hansen and :Miss Dorothy
Rt. 3. Box 144 FROM THE DATE OF THE ton. Before coming home Swanbom
Starke Florida FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS they visited friends and rela- The occasion was a birthday
Explanation Because of
8 5 4tchg 8'26 NOTICE to file any objections tives in Enigma. Ga. dinner honoring( Mrs Phyllis : a slight increase in tax
they may have that challengesthe A Gospel and Blue Grass; :Martin ;Newell; and :Miss Dorothy -
-------------- Sing was conducted Friday Swanbom
assessment values in
validity of the decedent'swill the City of Lawtey the city
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR the qualifications of the through Sunday at the Blue :Mrs Joyce Futch of Starkewas can
BRADFORD COUNTY, personal representative, or the Grass and Gospel Park. a Saturday overnight
FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISIONFile venue or jurisdction of the Approximately 100 persons guest of her sister :Mrs C.K; raise the same number of tax dollars in 1976-77 with
Number 76.222CPIN court attended over the weekend. Strickland of Gainesville.

Wm. Harris. :Mrs. Stokes They attended Sunday School slightly less millage. To raise the
RE' ESTATE OF CLAUDE W. ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS and son Donald, and :Mrs and church services at ;North; same amount of tax
OWEN SR., Deceased. AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO Wordie Melton of Ocoee were Central Baptist Church Sun-

FILED WILL BE FOREVER Saturday overnight guests of dayScott dollars in the coming year the city would have to
NOTICE OF BARRED her son-in-law and daughter.Mr. and Brad Torod of levy
ADMINISTRATIONTO and Mrs. Lonnie Teston. Orange Park are visiting( their
ALL PERSONS HAVING Date of the first publication of Their son-in-law and grandparents: and Mrs. 2.936 mills, slightly less than the 2.971 mills levied last
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS the Notice of Administration: daughter. Mr. and Mrs Char- "'redIoore.: for a few days.
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE July 29th, 1976. lie :Mosley and family of Highland :Mrs. Ina Cribbs of Jacksonville However is
year. city required to
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS were Sunday dinner was a Saturday overnight levy at least three

INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: Marvel M. Owen guests. guest of her son and daughter-
As Personal Representativeof Mrs. Robert Lee spent Sat- mIaw.Ir: and :Mrsayne mills to receive state or federal revenue sharing
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat the Estate of urday with her parents, Mr. Cnbbs and family. monies
the administration of the CLAUDE W. OWEN, SR. and Mrs. G.L. Peterson of Mrs. Daisy Boch and
estate of CLAUDE W. OWEN DeceasedATTORNEY Dow ling Park. mother. :Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson thus the city will incur a very slight tax increase in 1976-
SR., deceased File Number 76- Mr. and Mrs. Danie :Masseyand were Sunday dinner
222Cp. is pending in the Circuit FOR PERSONAL family of Naples visited guests of her son-m-law and 77. Though the increase will be
Court for BRADFORD County, REPRESENTATIVE: their father A.E. Massey and daughters.: and :Mrs Vir- hardly noticeable on tax
Florida, Probate Division the George H. Pierce other relatives for a few days. gil Griffis and family and Mrs.
address of which is Stdrka, P.O. Drawer 1000 United Methodist Women Mamas Griff and children of bills the city is required to label it a tax increase and
Florida :32091. Starke Florida 32091 were hostesses for,a.,hpdal Palatka. ad-
The personal representative of TELEPHONE: 964-5701 and 964- shower for Miss Brenda Car. Mrs. Darlene Norman and ,
ter at the- home of Mrs. Arthur vertise that it is raising
the estate s Marvel M. Owen 8168 sons attended homecoming at property taxes.r. .
whose address Is General 1/292tchg 8/5 Gaskins last Thursday night, the Baptist Church of Olusteeon
Delivery Starke, Florida, 32091. _ h __ July 29. Several games were Sunday

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Church News ,d erson pastor Duel Day wille ..... ._ .... ,,-MIiN1'>>' ..- ---' \ '
Pleasant Grove and nPERSONAL _IIojjS\'lI\Tm' f liD !! n''t. 'lt'WU'\NIIVI-
Morlah United Methodist Mt. i b observed beginning at 10 _,.....k M __ N JoI"".'."... ."__ :,, __
,a m. with School.
Sunday At 11
Rev. Willie .
Parish. Stitt
pas. o
a m. Rev. Wilbert Johnson
tor. Weekly services started \I''ill deliver the FOR SALE FOR SALE Floriland Realty393N.
message SERVICE
Monday night with the Young Dinner will be served at 2m. - :
Adult Choir rehearsing. Tues- - - FOR SALE Yamaha electronic L1
i
Ave.
At Temple
I' 3 Rev
the j p.m. Dennis For Sale By owner, 20 ... ; C i.srs'on. :/ '
day night Young Junior S trong and congregation will BUILDING remodeling, acres. 10 Improved pasture, organ excellent c/a.s f"!'

Choir rehearsed. Prayer 'rl] ender service. Visitors are repair, room addition, garages 10 wooded. Well and electricity condition cover 'Included. 48 Acre. Farm with horn. 1/2 ml.on /l
Meeting was held Wednesday ,a Iways welcome. and earporta enclosed, $1,200 an acre. 964- $1200 negotUblo. C.I964.\ St. Rd. 229. REAL .ESTATE : triuillrgar

night. Thursday (tonight) Greater Allen kitchen, bath & roofing. 5546 Itchg 8/5 5875 after 4. tlpd! .___ .._.' ... v .
AME
Chapel Free ..tI..t... 4732108. Galot ;"h
Bible Study at8 p.m. Saturday (c'hurch Rev. R.G. Heastie Marcus W. Crtflli. 7/15 storage Bldg. Large 4 BR 3 Bath 2-atory REALTY
night at 8 p.m. Elder A.L astor. For Salet Maple bunk beds SINGER SEWING - home 4 .
; Service schedule as 4utig" 85DON'T SALE frame on acre ,
Tankard will { desk. $40. MACHINE Flip & New Duplex In City.
present a pro. allows) : Weekly services $95. Matching Sow Model No. 774. Free Many extras 38000. G --

gram. The public is invited, i b egan Monday night with the THROW AWAY Both for $125. 964-6774. Arm Sewing. Save 18000. New:-3DR - '

Sunday services will begin 1'my Tots rehearsal. Wednes- those broken 8-track or Itchg-.! !! ..8/5-______ Now Colemana Sewing Home.Nearly Brick Acreage 5 acre e\ up good :

with Sunday school at 10 a m. ,d ay night the Young Adult cassette tape Tike. them to Center 150 N. Water St., price good term. Y4

At It a.m. the United Metho-i C: Bahroer'a Discount House Starke, Fl. Phone 964-6363. Need
hoir rehearsed. Friday night For Salet Beauty Salon good Hating on 2 to S acre. - -
112 E. Call St.
dist Women of Pleasant tlchgJAR Fafthlonmate Cecelia TerwillegarReal
will have ) Grove ,II lev Heastie and the congre location, In Starke. good W/Front Drop-In Zlg-Zng bobbin 8.13 A. & Bu....... on :301. 3 BR CB 6 percent mtg.
a meeting. ation will clientele Call 964-8547
8/5
g in
Fellowship ser 117,500
Electrical
Nugent Now 1HS.OO. 7/15 - -
Mt. Morlah United Mt'lhov ice at New Bethel Baptist Contractor Mobil. hone 2tchj! !! ..!/!!______ 4tp 8/S - Facts on Real Estate

dist Church activity Weekly i('hurch in the Revival. The pole ..."ic., houee wiring, Pearl Antlrtwi,Auoc. 3 BR .r.....,CH&A tl5.000
services began with Prayer '"I'oung Adult Choir will render old and new. 964-8641, 8/5 For Sale: Milk cow, 2 heifer FOR SALEs Swimming poolHaerlllce. s64-rrs9 - Energy Is still a big question mark and It Is note.

Meeting Tuesday night. Choir .s ong service. Ztchg! !! 8/12_ calve*. 782-3715. Itp 8/5_ lowing manufacturer VERNIEP.ODOMReg.. Broker. 2 BR frame 1 acre .7,500 worthy that an experimental prototype of a solar
rehearsal for Choir No. 2 Sunday services will and dfatributor .... aluminum energized city Is being constructed In Xerox SquareIn
begin 9M-M76' !954-7700 - -
Tuesday. August 17. the third <\I.'ith Sunday School at 9:45. BILL'S SAW SHOPi Complete For Sale Sear LT/10E rectangular pool. left over from. 2 BR fraineS,400terms Rochester, N.Y.
Tuesday at 7:30. All choir ;1\lorning at sharpening aervlce, circular, Lawn Tractor 10 hp., 36 In. 1975 Mama, 1/2 price, guar.anteed The modernistic city is known as Two Suns Arco-
Worship 11 a.m.'ith - -
blKtallatioa and
hand carbide, chain, mower cutter, 9 old. $600 term
mo* call
members are asked to please designed and constructed by Paolo Solerl
logy
\I, the Junior church in 'all collect JeckaonvlUe. day.or 8.7 acrea la Starke 115,500
blade hollow and 7823520.
cooperate and attend. Sunday ,c harge. Services will terrain- balanced. Leave ground at JackaonBuilding Itp 8/5..____ evening 9U4-398-61U3. tlchg. I. under a special grant from the Xerox corporation.In .

School will be held at 9:30: a.m j a te for the day. Supply Stark or Key- For Silei (Lucille's 12 acre, well pole & septic the future solar energy may be the answer to the

Church of God in Christ Plans are in the making for done Height. U..... Irish letter AKC .RegUtered Call 964- WATSON'S IIOtSE (OF Lawtey area 115,000 short supply of energy. We shall wait and see. ''I

Elder D.R. Williams pastor i t tl he annual Men's Day cele- 8709 alter 5.pup.Itp 75 1ACVUMS: Many brand of Plunder - In the meantime, conventionally heated and

Church activities as follows: i b,ration. Chairman Ira Leg'ett 10 x 20 PA110OO"'ER.'h Homee .. ___ new vacuum Used. machine 40 acre wooded 144.500 cooled homes and offices will have to suffice. See us I

Friday night. August 6, g i Co-Chairman Hembrick and mobile homee. 1SO available. Expert Repair, eJI House - if you are looking for property to buy or lease.
weekly services begin with Installed 140 uninatalled. make. Parte and aoreNwriee! lor
II lorris. All members are FOR SALE OR LEASEI Call anytime 782-3806:
Prayer and Pastorial Teach- i a sked to cooperate with this GATOR MOBILE HOME SERVICE Commercial building with all .vacuum. BuiK4n centralvacuaso 1534 S. Temple Associates" 964-7154 & 782 PREFERRED PROPERTIES
ing. Sunday services will CO. Ph. 372-0767 GaIn_ living quarter 102 E.BrowDI. cleaning ayntenw. KH) COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES Lovely brick homeon
a for 3397
ctivity
success. !\W loch
Awe Ualnpmnue. 376-
begin with Sunday School at The second phase of the v 1.. tlchg.MOBILE .., corner ot SR-16 7110. ....... -.--' beautiful -I: or 4 BR. 2B, LR. attractive kitchen .

9-30.: Morning service at 11-30: |h uilding program has begun. and Walnut St. R.C. Dampier AntIquesUsed LAW,,, Fit.78238O6. with large dining area family room, CH&A.
HOME MOVING:Also Phone 964-7721. tfchg .
will be deliveredby transferred.
The message 1'he cooperation of) every mull). home hurricane anchortag 10 29 PATIO FurnitureOpen ; ,, Owner
COtFR
Elder D.R. Williams. Communion : x : L______ "ftT *.n rOa) w ft ,n ember is needed for and mobile home roof coattag. I""talledS.oo.!\ uniwulledSI
will be in this FOR SALE: Small quiet LOW DOWN PAYMENT We have several nearly
given iiccess Mine MOBILE Hnme Ser- horse, chain aaw, rocker. NUN). Gator; Mobile HomeService. 11 A.M. 7 P.M. -
service. At 5:30: YPWW with vice.' 964.5806. St. Rd. 16W & new tent 10' z 14', 372-9767. tfchg.! United Farm Agency new homes with attractive financing.

Sister Jimmie Thomas in CLASSIFIED AD RATES Jet. 233, StarkB Fla. tfchgflEWING compressor car 8-track tap ----- 7/29 8'26 ----

charge. Tuesday at 7-30: ) Bible player. 984-5003. 7/29 2tcbg Inc. CONVENIENT Adorable CB 2 Bedroom 1 B,

Band with Mother Daisey Deadline for insertion Tues. 8/2 FOIl SALE Diamond neec e. large LR kitchen & dining beautiful hardwood

Jones in charge The public is day Noon preceding Thurs. : MACHINES: repaired, fur any Mereo,over 247 dtlfenatone Reg. Real Estate Broker floors CH&A, panelled throughout enclosed gar.
all make. cleaned. oiled and we have them all. Dah-' MOBILE HOME 206 S.Water St.
invited to day before publication. CLEARANCE .screened porch on corner lot next to Episcopal
cordially worship SALEI Clark age
'
NsHooal .
adjusted, $7. Work guaranteed.Jamra ..... Dbcount.FOR Advertising
with us.Fbenezer. Strickland corner Morgan Apparel. Material hanger, Paul Faulkner-Broker.. Church.
: and New Bethel Minimum Charge $2.00 Road & Hwy. 16. tI.... children'. pantault, from PARK Irene Faulker.. -AaaodateSuaan ----

Baptist Churches! Hev Lit\ (Covers 15 Words) pin to machlnea everything SALE\ : 38 Snub\ "now handgun Bakken-Associate OUTOF CITY LIMITS- Brick: BR ii j Bon 1/2 acre

Davis pastor Service activities Each word over IS must go. 2nd house on $55.: :22 hand gun $24.95.2 Walk InUeCttyLhniU 964-5055 on Road 14 East, new carpet, sunny kitchen with

as follows: Ebenezer 10 cents PAPPAS ACCOUNTING left 8/5, Grlltl Loop Rd. Itchg automatic gun from $49. 5.IWirwrs OrDuoownI3oPerMonth Bradford Squire large eat.in, inside utility, carport, high and dry

Church services will begin SERVICE. US S. Court ___ IUHcaunt. ttchg. AM YOU R hDV TO SEll land, room for garden.

with Prayer Meeting\. Thurs. All Classified Ads must be Starke. FL. 9647612. 6/24 /-il YOUR PROPERTY? ----
Watch for Super Sale mid
paid for in advance unless lOtchg 8/26 FOR SAlE, Mlle Home Part All City Convenience I SAMPSON LAKE 130' lake frontage 700' deep,
day night. Sunday services Sept. Jim'. Furniture, Lake. and Hupplie. Ol.IVS: MODII.K jr/ Our tl.000,000peopli
have an established --------- --- Fk-e, Police \Protection home with :3BR 1'a B.
will with Schoolat you Butler Ftc new
begin Sunday Itchg 8/5 /iiiIlIl
AI.COHOLICSAOSYMOUS !. !. IIUIEI.E.' $. Hwv. UN) V*. Cltu.W.terand Sewer ... I art I
account with the Telegraph --- -
10 am.Hevival. : N.n.e. 45WI6.! ) trchg. I
will continue at In that event 50 cents extra living for : who Successful Yard Sale Macrame hanger Jo-Lu Motel 'lIIITIIIIIIII lipotedtoournitionil PROFESSIONAL OFFICE & HOME Large brick
people want to ---- --- -
New Bethel until Saturday _charge for billing. STOP drinking and STAY and jewelry, household home with CH&A on 301 across from Fat Boy's &

night with preaching nightlyby topped. Meeting Thurs. & Item, odd and end.. Fri- Kill SI"FbIl.: home lou 964-8810 i-- -"iL. id"irtumg, I Wishbone Chicken..Unique opportunity.
$95 down.Few l loot Mill available
Rev (Davis. Service time B FOR RENT Sunday 8:00 p.m. 964.5709, Sat. 705.,W. Pratt_St.jtpg5Yard In wvpral Hibdfvlrfun, Iti. M)8- zayi1 '..k seek I - -
_._ !9644431.! : 6/24 12lp 10/9 1551. tfchg. OLDER HOME ADJACENT TO SHOPPING

pm.Sunday services will begin FOR RENT 12 It. wide ____ ____ u Sale: 601 Alton Rd., 9-6 CENTER CH&A with acreage.
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Friday, only. Clothing 3 BR Frame house onapprox.
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with Sunday School at 9:4: :> mobile home outside city
.
appliance, plant, etc. Itp 1/2 acre. Fireplace,
473-4777. Ralph Bryan SWIMMING POOL Neat package in Saratoga
am. Morning\. Worship at 11 limit 964-6114 or HOUSES FOR SALE 8/5 HOI SES FOR SALE neck bar, air cond.,
tlchg ---------- Heights.\
a m. Holy Communion serviceat - Real EstateSpecializing carpeted & panelled.
4:30: p.m The public is ------------ Orange Park CakeDecorating Here I I. what you' have always $15,900 $600 down with --- -
invited. No qualllylng.24 I (8 Mobile south dc-died... monthly payment of TWO BEAUTIFUL ACR ES Madison St. with comfortable .
Supplie
FOR RENT: OlaVa SubdM,loa home, private lot. 13.000: 22- In Lola and Acreage. $135.00 month. home.
Blvd. left per
1/2/ .late, $3000: month.Mater down or rent 2.2S month. on Blending on .
acre Mobile
per For Building -
MTlCEMt. :! 375-1120. B, 1/4 mile down on left. :3 BR 1 1 K Bath hound, 5 month - ---- -
Call GalneivQle
& furnished. For
Executive Board Sewage Phone 264-3604, clod S.t. old. C.B. ConxtructMH on 1JO'IronUge -- 3 BR 1 bath block houae. SPRING LAKE KEYSTONE 80' on crystal clear
: Sinai information call Mark 0110.UIn'o t en
Bring ad for 10 percent off by TIMfdeep\ hit at Roomy 4 bdrm., 2 story $18.500. $1400 dawn with skiable lake split level with CH&A.
will meet at 10:30: a m. August Mobile Homee Safe, Hwy. 1MOTORCYCLES 8/5 HI 9/23 "'mp.n ...... beautiful corner lot In city $138.00 per month.
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.14 in Gainesville at Friendship 1110 W., 1 btarke.! 964-S6IB.( tf Reduced for quick sale - -
-- ---------- ONE ACRE OUT OF CITY LIMITS All electric
Baptist Church All memo FOR SALE Farm & Bill'o..on\ BrokerHH4ttKU 114,000. 20 Acre moetly cleared with

bers and board members are For Rent: 2 bdrm, home - construction mach-equlp-ve- \ - creek. Large Barn part tally 3BR, 28.PARADISE.
-- -
asked to please be present.! overlooking Kingsley Lake. MOTORCYCl hi..... Open Monday thru Lot on Sampson Lake 100 ft finished. Perfect set up for
8:30 6. Con- Call] Wayne Dmiglss fInanc that farm youve alw.,. LAKE Large home on 2 picturesquelots.
moderator. to
Kev L,R Davis furnished or unfumiahed SL'ZITU OF STARKE Your Saturday, on water. $73tt> owner
The First Born Church of yearly or 10 mo. Adult authorized Suzuki Dealer. Phone9D46H3I. Ignmcnt welcome. North- tin 964-6593 Inl. dreamed of. .

The I.hlnl God. Elder S.V. only no pets. 533-244S 8/5 304 Last Cal Street ...t Florid Equipment -- -

Cohens pastor Service activity ". !!J_ tI..... Auction. US-17. North Acreage and lot., largo and POTPOURRI 20 acres plus modern home..Com
Green Cove Spring, 2H1- small. Several location ERASES: GTON mercial property on :301 lots on Crosby Lake.

as Tuesday follows:night Weekly at 7 services 43- For Rent) 2 bdrm. partially 5977. tfchg 3 BR Brick. bath and \I2, owner lioancing. CedIIbeOId..O.Sa" Green Acres, Bessent Road & Little Lake Santa Fe.

W. Madison For Sale 1975 Honda 450 LR DR. Central heat on e 4 Servire&wSe1ectm - -
turn houae, 534 : ----------- - -
Prayer service Friday nightat S,. No children. $125 mo. motorcycle. For more Information FOR SALE: Laying h.... nice 1 acre lot outside city / Of Uied NEEDED Nice home on Kingsley Lake.

7,45 Tarrying Service Sun 9 l-75218/52tchg8! 12__ call 782-3808: after some rooster and some limits RALPH BRYAN Care Taken On
_
.
day is regular pastoral da> : .!!1!.!!!.____ mall chick. Call 964 6538.Itchg IB Realtor 3101 N.W.13 Cadillac Tradet
will begin - 378-5301
Sunday services 8/5 night
964-8788 day or
furnished
with Sunday School at 10 30 For Rent: 2 bdrm.8071. 8/5 5-10 acre tract" high land on a GAINESVILLEBefore: Cecelia T. Terwillegar, Realtor2O
964 Itp --------- -- It""v
lIornlnurohlp at II 30. apsrtment. LOST AND FOUND paved road. Graham area. West Madison Avenue, Starke Florida
For Sale: German Shepard - -
YPCW at 6 p m Evening Worship - puppies born 6/11/76. All l I... Frame home on comer lot In

at 7'43: Visitors are HOUSES FOR SALE LOST Little white toy color, 1 female, 6 m.lee. city. Clone to tthupping area.

always welcome - poodle bat Sat. evening $50. 964-7789 after 5 p.m. - U OFFICE PHONE 964-7776

Greater Bethlehem Freeslll HUME fOR SALEi 4 bedroom from 640 Gardner St. OfferIng weekday, anytime weekend 3 to 0 acre clear, -I mi. Nit'rA THOMAS You A HOME PHONE 9645145Going

\ Baptist 1 Church. Kev Jasper *. 2 baths living room. $25 reward. If 'found, call .!:.8/5 .Jt.l.E !Marke. Buy

Williams. pastor Service dining room .kitchen family 9f447M&6':.. _____ - REALTY rrk --r-
schedule as follows: Weekly room with fireplace, central For Sale: Coastal Bermuda 1 & 2 acres miibUe home ike*. Mobile

services began Monday\. night heat-air. 964-5784./ 7/29 hay, $1.50 bale. 488-19H5tlchj N,W ol !Starke. Icrma. 621 North Walnut St.

with Tiny Tots rehearsing at 2lchgJ2_ AUTOMOBILES USED ;._ (.FOIUFR: ; :
7.30: Tuesdav night Pra.ver - Keg Rent.,Estate Broker
'
Meeting at 7:30: Wednesddv FOR SALEi 4 bedroom brick 2 For !Sale: 1976 Ford Elite, For Sale: Liquid chicken 964.7116: ( A.J.Thomas Out Of:

Senior Choir rehearsal bath large Uv ig room den and low mileage, lull power. $500 fertilizer, $10/ton. 8 ton. to If Real Estate) See
....
.
I landscaped the truck. Delivered and
room on and
glow lake .
Thursday night Story I lour at FxtaUi: house. No. 6. over payments.For for W.A. Bu.Ia..Opportunlt, :3000
spread
the church at 7'30) .Friday (oneriy'''''lMt Itaxuda\ :?Nkhol 964- 533-2676.: '..Itetig. 8/5_ ___ Prevail. 468-1985 you.Hampton .q. ft. CB Building on 301 John Business i Sale

night Junior Choir rehearsalat with overhead office anditorageome
HI W. tfchg. FJa:...t.tlclig! MULTIPLE
6 30.: Also Prayer Band ----- SaId: 1967 Chevrolet equipment 473 3775
-
truck. 6 ill
pickup cylinder
Sunday - -
meeting Friday night For Sale: Hanging plants, LISTINGS !
services will begin with Sunday FOR SALE. 2 bdrm, mobile new.. tire. *,.good. .!cond. L.5FOR ceramics, all klnda' ol knickknack 3 BR. 2 bathe LR DR. Urge All Mary Carter

School l at 9':11I: ) :Morning home on I 3/4 ......2 mites .. 514 Epperson St. Itp FREt) S-\CKETT. modern equipped .kitchen. f-----------,

service at II a.m. with the est ol Stark. Only $11,000. SALE: 1965 Ford C- 8/5_ REALTOR plus much more on beautiful I fI
in charge 1 Dinner Call 9646479 fter 5 p.m. 800 Cab over .b...... S.. at 233! ISO corner lot .- Nice Well Drilling PAINTS AT
young people and air Close 60
Central heat %
will be served at t U 3D 7/292tpS/2_ __ Register Oil Company, 308 For Silel 12 It. fibergla.s
St..... Office' SOi 964-6522: : to elementary achool.
at B m South! Thom1eonFOR tlchg_ fishing boat with trailer. -73: 2" thru 6"
Evening Worship p 205 N. Temple IVS-3IM: ) I - -
/Ion .VMK: Church, MFG Challenger, with du.1p.op. acreage Fast
:.Mt.
MISCELLANEOUSKnow Rotary Of Retail Price
SALF.i 1975 PontiacCatalina electric' engine, 2 bat-
Bethel 468-1 733 -
Kev Richard Hampton (iifice9O-l -
l.awtey.
Friday night there will - 2 Door Hard Top terte. $500 or offer. 964- 6 mile South of Frame 2 story single Drilling Equipment

pastor Small tak 8.:1.tz.1."!. _______
board meeting at your blood pressure Equity up pay- Stark on I S-301: residence PAINT
be MARY CARTER
special
a STATE LICENSED
Call alter' 5
menu. 964-
Day or :Night Anywhere! p.m. - -
askedto l
7 :3o. All members are Accra R* check. "warning 5 M.Mi.tf_ pd_ For Sale AM FM 8 trick lUmpton-5 BR. 2 1/2 bath Large acreage 100( acre plot

attend Sunday! ser ices will Inn" Instantly right on the and CB unit all-in-one. like S2N.900.) ) .$I,000anacremany more 102 E. Brownlee 964-7721 l"
with Sunday School at 10 FOR SALE 1972 Pontiac a.w.IJOO offer. 964-8100. Pumps
begin put. 12.95\ at Koch Drug. or llampton-7 lots $1.000.) - -

a m At It a m Lovefeast ser- 7/29 5tp8/26 I_ ___ ___ Catalina, 2 door, vinyl top, Hp8/i__ Marke. BR. I bath 11500. Business opportunity 7 22 76 8/5.76
vice. At 4 p m. Communion AC. PS PB. deluxe wheela, Starke 3 RR. I 1/2 bath Lovely building on :301 with

service, good condition Call 964- For Sal: RelrlgeratorFreeier 121,51"1. ipprox. 2450 iq. ft. plenty ol New& Used I

True Church of God in PERSONAL SERVICE 8026. Itchg 85WANTED / 20 cu. It. 1 acre lots $3.5110. parking space npproi. 600 Now Open Under I
iSales-Parts-Service _ _
double wide $26.500. sq.ft. with central HAcall
Ice maker 3 .
L'nhty Elder Sampson \\ hlte. - ide-by-side. auto acre
schedule as iMNrOHPORITN1TY I like new $200. 964-7604. Up I 1/2 acres, single wide loday.llamptan. The Management

pastor.. Service RIght : \ : Have n 8/5_____ 112500. - E-Z TermsPlumbing LONGCHAMP Of Frank and Joyce
follows Tuesday ---
: ol Lake. 90' x 190''en..d
dress hop your own. - I Home and
Prayer Meeting\. starts the featuring name brand first Many Other lot :North Shore Building Sutton .The Old
MsterialaWEBLTLD
weekly services Wednesday qualify manhandle $14400 HELP WANTED: Part-time Com In sod see us Mobile Home. 120' Dock, !

night Tarrying Service r ri- Include Inventory fixture. male help needed In Starke GARAGESALE I2i20 Utility House. UnderwoodRestaurant
Sumlay and grand opening. area must have dependable :Nile -- -
day night Bible Study training, "Kour Plant Or Our
services will begin with Sunday Call collect anytime for Mr.Berrler transportation .work 3-4. PHC Sports Wear Bill TrI1ll4f1642 1 Residential, total area New Installation YovrLot Or Ouri" t
week. For Information
|19041| 7647612. 7/29 afternoon n Dick( Con 964-6364 tOO a 150.3 block. from High
m..lorRlng: -FREEESTJ\IA1"ES: The Coldest Beer
School at 10 a call 3ZS-3632. Across From School.DOING Serving

Worship at 11 am. Evening :2tp8/5 ______ __ Collect.5. .' .2tp..8/12__ Johnson Feed Store Remodeling I Reniodelng-Repaire Additions In Town. Entertainmenthioniesiiau&t

Worship at 6 p m. ( BISINESSONLY: Repairs Fri & Sat. Nights
CHILI) CARE Licensed.hot 9,5 Sat July 24 Manor I _
BaptistChurch. Mimosa
Anllochlhl..ion.IrY: raesls lanced yard. WANTED: Farm A IN REAL ESf"TEII' ) Sold -Traded By Big John and

Rev Dennis Strong. 961 M461. construction tnach-equip-ve-. Clothing Items
!Supervised play. Durranc1.PUMPS The Southern Ramblers
pastor. Weekly services began tic hgVtIIL hlele.. Let v* sell your 10 Pieces 'l Mobile Home ParkA .Delano Thome ACREAGE. FOR SALE

with Prajer Meeting Thurs surplus lor you. Open :Nice Place ROlf Real Estate Broker & SUPPLY 964843Hwv. 9/5-8/12
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day night. Sunday serviceswill -- Monday thru Saturday, 8:30 :2 Dinette Sets To u. M HM7 5332210ASSOCIATES .

begin with Sunday Schoolat BABY Sir for any age to 6. Northeast Florida Specially Priced : I COMPANY I II .901 South,Stark
Worship at child in my home. 964421.Itchg. : Equipment Auction. tS-17 Urge Late Judy Flyna.Mgr. Eldon stackable trays TilE
!Morning I II II
10 I
a m. 964.6344:
North Green Cove Springs, Upholstery Pieces lard Car _ _ _
OFFICE Ph. 9645764.Olin's
11 am. At 3 pm the pastor 284 977. tlchg 50' And UpHICKS Garbage Canshex. Harold Epp I 864 N. Temple Ave. I II SHOP .
and congregation will render 964-6616 I ,
>hH ..
Starke
service at Raiford (for Rev A>CALLING.. To buy or aelAvon. Mawr Steve Simmon. I I II
Free ill Call 755-2W7\ or write Help Wanted: Middle-aged' D64 5881
Hudson at "
Henderson P.O. Bom 23)Lake ..... .. to Central"icwag. Plant I 964-7061 I II
Baptist Church. Evening Worship ljlnaflyat& .omp.'on/hou.with Lake .- Pickup To.1ST.. SELL L..__________"
thy, Florida tlchg. Uv* In a lady on I Subdivision
at 7 pm.Iacedonla Santa Fe near Metros.. 373- 2 Car ParSingfanoeta

:\ Baptist. Church Church., Rev tome 0.i.Li.iIlg! 8/5 fl"rPOODLEGROOMING" Improved. Streettlectrlc Patio. -.--- --- I
Freewill Baptist ACT :NOWi Turn spar : o I III
!Service to
G.N. Butler. pastor.Ien's! into $$$! Be A SANTA'S
will be observed. At 11 Demonstrator, earn cent- Want nice lady to Hve I. SIO Ampere.Metered. 5

Day congregationwill millions up U 30 per cent with 80 yr. old .... privateroom Gas
01 i a.m. visiting of services.At OR have n Toy A Gift Party and hath pine ..Ier,. Two Full Time 964-7604 Promp t.
be in charge Move In HornsFRZ -
Rest r ree- la your home and earn 964-6061. 8/5 3tp 8/19. ...-- GroomersAppointments Service'BOB'S '' I
3 p.m. Pilgram tREE: Glftal Our I9th Yesrl

will Baptist Church of Lake Call or write SANTA'S WANTED: Used r.frig.r'stars For I Month Rent APPLIANCE SERVICEServicing Per Mo. Water &

land. Rev D.L. Bright and Parties, A.... C.... 06001. ,.......*,and stave. In Hectric Hookup /, A cr. L 011 For R.nt 3000 b.WQ.FUm.d:
congregation will be in chargeof Phone 1 11031:: : \ 673-3455. good. condition. Call Dah- Your Convenience
service. The public is ALSO BOOKING mere Duwaunt. 964-7923. tin 964-7837 PIII%E 964-7498 I All Electrical Appliances Call Mark Olin ...-.." Hwy ," Morqan RdCommunity '

Invited to attend. pRTlES.7F1S7tej6. a/24

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WEIR'S USDA ORAOI 'A FRESH mOZIN
THfS SAVE SOc ON
MONET SAVING iSPEGAl PRICES D WHOLEFRYERS
THIS THRIFTY MAIDTOMATOES :
GARDEN BOUQUET EFFEC 41 E 6 $1
FINE CHINASAUCER SAT. 1a
SU'N'' thN ;:
AUG. 1 -7
Limit; 6 with$7.50 or more pu<

1 I 1 44-c

LB.
ONIY IACH MAXWELL HEINZ
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WITH (VfRV 13 00 FURCHASI HOUSE
SAVE 15 lB.
COFFEE i KETCHUP .
U. S. NO. 1 REOULARPOTATOES BOB WHITE
l-LB. BAG '. J SAVE 21- SLICED BACON

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8 $1
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limit I with $ limit 3 with$7.50r
r mr* purchase mr*|>ur*
VINE RIPE excluding excluding SWIFT'S PREMIUM WHOLETOMATOES
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cigarettes CANNED HAM


00 GREEN ASTOR FANCY BEANS CUT SOUTHMayonnaise DEEP KRAFT
3 $1 $499
: 00 3-LB. SAVE
L8$ 4 1e CANS o:$1 MayonnaiseC CAN $1"
32-oz. JAR 32-01.: JAR
EXTRA FANCYCORN W-D BRAND1GROUND00% PURE
SUPERBRANO USDA GRADE 'A' IRISH
LARGE FLORIDA EGGS fUC 3 BEEF

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POT PIES HINDQUARTERC

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$100 9-0.. C 00 PORK SHOULDER (SAVe JOel)
C 3 -.R. 2 BOXIS 8 8 2 24.0.$1
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BASKET Jp21' )99) ::; WHOLE BONE.IN 20-23 LB. AVG.
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GtllM PEANUTS . 3 LIS $1 1 1 Tenderloin LI. *.259

CABBAGE 3 HEADS $l)00
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I Changes In Store At BHS For Student Return In FallBradford I



High School Prin- The first changes to catch lines, then a prominent trendin students, so partitions and them what they need to do it." upwards of$200 Ior classroom: tive classroom for students applications of math, an area
cipal Tom where he feels the school
Casey has "
been the Teachers in supplies"if the budget holds, who for whatever ,
huddling with eye are physical. Walls education. Each classroomhad doors will be utilized this year. participated in- reason are have been somewhat'negligent.
teachers administrators are going service sessions said Casey. causing disturbances and hindering -
training over
School officials
and students, up separating only two walls and was are hoping One hundred twenty-
classrooms from self-contained the summer aimed at discovering Some administrative the learning process in
the each other open on the other two sides, that the teach-
nine students have
over summer, and already
some and what changes are planned,too.Two classroom.
specific alterna- the regular They
creating self-contained but this ing areas will be more conducive
arrangement was
changes are in store for the learning areas. proving somewhat noisy and to learning. tives were available to the assistant principals. C.C. will be given special attentionand signed' up for the course, be'said. .. ..
school's
.
1.100 students when BHS was built seven years distracting to teachers and Materials and doors for con- school for improvement.Casey Anderson and Charles Hall funnelled back to regular
The of
they return this fall. topic special educa
placedIn
ago along "open classroom" taining the classrooms were said a definite consensus are being specifically classes as soon as possible.
previously used to divide emerged for grouping charge of buildings and Another decision made during tion also came up during talks
areas for teachers' offices but students according to ability. groups of students. Andersonwill meetings this summer to this summer
teachers will now be assigned Previously a single class be in charge of the math close the campus has an offshoot "We all agree that our first
$2. Million Treatment specific classrooms for their usually included slow, Inter. and science building and ele- that administrators are priority students is to mainstreamthese
own use. mediate and fast learners, venth and twelfth-graders, excited about. Since studentswill as quickly as
it while Hall will handle the language allowed off possible get them back into ,
"It all boils down to this and was quite difficult to not be campusfor 1
said Casey. "I don't want adapt the material according. arts-social studies any reason except by per regular classrooms said
Plan Okayed Bv City things like the physical plant ly. Work is almost completedon building and the ninth and mission of school officials, the make Casey.sure"Also that we if they need are to J
groupings of students or the rescheduling all fall classes tenth-graders. school plans to open a small
.., absence of supplies to hinder into homogenous groups of Casey said the men will store selling lunch items and gifted Ina particular area, .I
v a.vmentraut's/ the teachers. They're the pro- students.In have their offices in the build- snacks. If successful it could that they be allowed to ,
In 4-1 each teacher ings and be entirely respon-- eventually realize a profit of achieve to their ability in that
a vote Tuesday night, U.S. 301 would be the best said fessionals; they know how to addition For had
area. instance
report we
way sible for classrooms
the Starke will be allocated disci- $20,000 or more, according to
council do their I probably
approved for the Job and want to give
201 Water Pollution a city to go In meeting a that based upon economic, pline, etc. In addition Bill Casey. He also stated that one student in a special education -
Control State '
Facilities Plan mandate to stop discharging environmental, and technical Costello will head internal school clubs could work in the class that was fantastic in
said which effluent from its feasibility the most cost. Backs activities In the vocational store and receive credit for it, art and several who were
engineers would cost the sewer treatment plant into effective alternative for treat- County building and Mike Sexton will possibly eliminating club good in sports. We have to
city $263,000 per year in oper- Alligator Creek.Armentraut ment and disposal of waste- be handling other activities dues. make sure that they work to
ations. costs for the next 20 said the overall water within the 201 Planning such as music and driver'seducation. Casey also feels that work- their ability in those areas."
years.Bill cost of this""No.alternative" Area would be for the city to It is hoped this ing In the store would be of A reading program is also I
the Armentraut, represent. would be $2.852,000 of which purchase approximately 263 Board On SR-225 arrangement will create spe- practical value to the students being instituted this year for
ing engineering firm of EPA (Environmental Protec- acres of land which is now a cific responsibilities and them how to students of all levels. Casey
teaching
Bessent, Hammack &: Ruck- tion Agency) would finance portion of an existing cattle smoother workings in the make change and deal with hopes to have every student in
man said his study had con- $2,139,000 with the city's ranch (old airport) on 301 school. other He added that the school become a better
cluded that a spray irrigation share being$713,000. Deadline South to for Rezoning DenialDuring people. reader matter what their
use spray irrigation An "alternate school" will the school is also starting up no
system on the old airport for completion of the project is purposes under city be located in the core building an applied mathematicscourse present level of ability he
property south of Starke on August 1979. ownership. The recommended Casey said.This is an alterna- to deal with everyday said. I IJ
crop to be grown on this area a short meeting Jesse Wolbert zoning board
would be decidious hard. Monday, the Bradford County attorney explained the
Tougher Rules Set woods, for use as pulpwood. Commission voted to uphold board's view: "There are
I Other alternatives considered the zoning board's denial of a already eight people living in aQQ000a0Q J (! [ 'iIJ(3( ( (!J ((3UJUGJBrnV' (
To but rejected for request by Frank Porreca to the area of Gaskins' farm who
Stop BrucellosisThe environmental, technical or have eight acres on Bayless are complaining about the 0 J LLa( (BjJrn1{ ffi1I1 ELLD
flies and and it just
financial reasons included Highway (SR-225)), 1 mile odor
Florida cattlemen will face alternative would have pumping the effluent to an north of SR-100, rezoned from doesn't make sense to rezone urn tu Q Jrnrn
tougher rules August 1, been a quarantine Issued by irrigation area on the Camp open rural to RlC so he could the land and have 16 people
designed to aid in the eradication USDA against Florida, Blanding reservation or disposal put homes on half-acre plots. living there and complaining.The .
of brucellosis (Bang'sdisease explained a Florida Farm of treated effluent by injection Porreca said he didn't board couldn't see making Teal Tile & CarpetE.
disease of cattle
), a Bureau spokesman. into deep saline aqui- understand why a camp- a problem that already
transmittable to humans.Florida's If a calf has positive reaction ground is being allowed in the exists worse," he said.
Animal Industry to the brucellosis test, the fers."Are we past the point of strictly agricultural area, but In other business, the com Call St (In Old Stumps Bldg.) 964.7423
Technical Council, after pub- herd will be quarantined and having to do this?" Commissioner he is not being allowed to missionwas :
lic hearings In February and the entire ranch tested. Jackson asked the bring in permanent residents. read a letter from the Open 9.5 Mon-Fri
May, adopted uniform rules Exposed cattle moving from engineers. "It boils down to He was told by commissioner Suwannee River Maintenance I I
for the eradication of quarantined herds will be these environmental officials George Roberts that a campground District offering to send 9.1 Sat.
brucellosis which have been identified and must be moved being a bunch of idiots. does not permanently someone to commission meet.
developed by the U.S. Depart under permit only to immediate He was told that EPA had alter the nature of the land, ings. The commission agreedto 1
ment of Agriculture. slaughter or quaran- determined the amount of but that permanent residents the idea.decided. X*
tined feedlot. nutrients entering Rowell and would. to send out letters
Brucellosis is also known as Sampson Lakes were suffi- asking those pollworkers who
BookmobileSchedule. contagious abortion or Bang's cient to threaten them with "These agricultural areas are working the first primaryto : 'C
are due protection from en- 1 : ti7
disease in livestock. In man overfertilization, causing the work the second also.There
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it's known as undulant feveror growth of algae and other croachment by" will be a September 2 work. \t
Malta fever. plant life. These lakes drain developments said Roberts. shop for pollworkers.\ \ &.
The Bradford County into the Santa Fe and Zoning director L.M. Gaines -received an audit report ate -. CARPET
Library announced that the Suwannee Rivers. The noted that often when indus- from the Department of tv '
My Neighbors CQl
bookmobile trial plants in residentialareas Health and Rehabilitative
county began service engineers said there was no \
this week and will make choice in the matter since are the target of com- Services for the period ending \1'
six stops at various locations EPA was backed by state and plaints, the plants are forcedto June 30, 1974.
around the county weekly. federal regulations. cut back operations. -was introduced to Richard I
The bookmobile schedule is L Upon motion by Commis- Willard Gaskins, who has a Schroeder the new county O1'
as follows: Monday-Starke sioner Joe Warren secondedby poultry farm near Porreca'sland forester for Bradford County. *\O
Nursing Home, 10 a.m.lla Vernon Silcox, the Council maintains that if the -heard a request from civil
.; Tuesday.Midway Corner voted 4.1 to accept the conclusions land near his farm were defense director Jerry
,Santa Fe Lake, 10 a.m..12p.m. of the engineers. Jack settled any more densely, Thompson for$1,195 to erect a IndoorOutdoor Short NylonSHAG
., and Hampton Post son cast the negative vote. there would be unmanageable 150-foot-tower to be used by
Office. 12:30: pm.230: p.m.; Initial costs of the system complaints about odors and the civil defense and fire
Thursday-Brooker City Hall may be funded by a bond flies from the residents. departments. The money will CARPET
10 a.m.-12 p.m.; Friday-Law- Issue but the city must pickup "We have to consider that be in the budget he was told.
tey City Hall, 10 a.m.-12 p.m., the $263,000 annual tab for we may be pushing" a man out -corrected: a deed for the
and Handyway at SR-16& SR-. operation of the plant. Cost of .of. business, said Gaines. -New liver Baptist Church. ."
225, 12:30: p.m.-2:30: p.m. y operating the present sewer Roberts noted that it was 8 -The county issued an Incorrect i $ $ 95J f
Your pet rock attacked met" plant was estimated at $25-30 question of "putting restric- deed to the church when it
- per day. tions on the" man that was requested additional right-of- per yd. + per yd.
there first. to widen the road.
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County has again $30,000 increase from 197576. retirement and group insurance $29,038,243. lative to $14,000) to $20,000, and contractual expenses this year. Commis- Public works, involving ,
been successful In holding County employees will receivea and various necessitiessuch County commissioners will increase budget Insurance show a big services from $2,000to sions and fees in the circuit mostly mosquito control, will ,
down expenses county commissioners five percent pay increase to as office supplies and receive a $390 raise, bringing due were to increases and 4500. court were the only items to receive $32,012. down from
were told Tuesday cost $13,000.Only equipment maintenance. their yearly salary to 7302. bonds Inworkman's Total legislative administrative show a big jump, from $5,600 $35,325 this year. Ambulance
j as they tentatively approved a items increasing There will be no increase in The clerk's salary increases compensation and budget is $107,784, up to $11,000.) This fund pays for service Is going up from<
I 1976-77 budget totaling appreciably are fixed expenditures taxes. Millage remains at 5.75 $5, from $6,803 to $6,808; premium payments, and con- from $96,001 this year. witnesses before the circuit $18,192 to $21,522 in 1977. .
tractual services. These
998683. such as matching and assessed valuation property appraiser $20,409 to include ser- Costs for the offices of the court, court reporters and Agriculture and natural:'
The budget represents a costs for social security and jumped from $23,331,445 to $20, 623; and tax collector, vices the purchaseand property appraiser and tax other expenses. resources expenses are up':
l __ .. $16,838 to $16,990. maintenance of office collector are up to $88,372 Building operation and about $2,000., from $15,914 to;'
f The only items In the legis- equipment. Insurance and from $73,934. maintenance is $26,407, up $17,914.
---_ "-.-. .:: bond expense went from $10,000 of this increase from $24,724 last year. Most of In the receipt column, Union;.'
.LI almost the entire amount the increase is due to County will be receiving;
i went to the property apprai increased costs of materialsand $33,000 in federal grants next
Mi" R' ser's office. Adaptation to supplies.The year, compared to $35,537 this'
SUM- SpecialThurs. computerized property sheriff of Union Countywill year. License monies, from
appraising with the attendant be paid $20,527 next year, racing Insurance agent,*
'- I .-.. need for hiring temporary and expenses are up about mobile home and otherr
IDr I & Fri help while the changeover was $15,000 from this year. The licenses, totals $127,250, down,
I .. I Ir being made were given as increase will include salaries about $100 from this year.'
I .II. I. Aug. 5 & 6 reasons for the Increase payments on and purchase of Total receipts will be $648,419,'
I Both the circuit and county equipment and other compared to $631,904 this

courts held the line on year.Road.
expenses.
Cup Inventory Changeover The fire department to and bridge fund

City In Red..... receive $7,165. is seeing sharp expenses will be $202,395 and
---. increases in the cost of gas oil receipts, from state revenue
The 900 Yankee Doodle \ (From Page 1)) and lubricants, and in mis- sources and taxes assessed at
cellaneous expenses. .50 mills will balance expenditures
Dennis Shake Cup Orange Streets was the city's ,

Used 24x70Doublcwidc 197612x602BR.FK 1970 12x60FK Remaining In Our problem.Authorized write-off- .$786.74 the in delinquent clerk to TWO Qlla//,f.Y"... My Neighbors I

Needs Must Bt J. utility bills.Assured. (From Page 1)) r.i \II _I III"lie's

$5400 Some Work Sold \11:1 ii- McMillan- that surveyor no reflection M.G.on bents have previously qualified e
for re-election: Harold
his honesty was intended by
Air. Cond.
Just
Right Epps in Group 3 and Charles
recent discussion of the replacement t
Flavor
Y/ith'600
DownS Any a of a corner post on Schaefer in Group 5. Epps
For
2 Bath the property of Mrs. R.F. 41, has been on the commission
$8000 PerMo.FHA Shake For
Handyman Young on Christian Street. since 1974 and the 48- ,
.Ideal For McMillan stated he had not year-old Schaefer is seeking a
8895 29 C been paid to perform such third two-year term. Schaeferis
N ewely Weds Z995 While They Last work as reportedly stated by presently serving as mayor.
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Mrs. Young to a member of commissioner.

2 Single Wide Repos For $250 Down Remember Our Family Special the-In Council a move to tap all avail- August Qualifying 24. said deadline city Is clerk noon. _\ 'r"ii Mol... .,._

Priced At $4995 able sources of revenue. Merrill Edwards. Registration In one of his moods
Every Wednesday Councilman Joe Warren has already closed for and there l&n'l a good mood I
brought the of voting in city elections. "
up subject them!
among
BIG BRAZIER & FRIES CQc vending machines and was r
told the city was not enforcinga
Olin'sMobile All Day Wednesday $3 license fee on such unitsat /J11t/p' Struggle.....
the present time. This
includes soft drink and snacks (From Page 1)) if
Starke Dairy Queen Brazier machines where in use in the
and Forfeiture five where no I
city. It was estimated that The Fine ing percent ,
HomesHwy "Fund however is a different raise had been requested.
more than 500 such units
1401 N. Hwy 301 964-7478 are story Estimated income for County fire departmentsalso ,
in use, and the Chief of Police
76-77 is $179,573 some $62,000 had healthy increases
Res. U.S. P.t. Off., Am D.Q. Corp. will be instructed to make a
100 starke 964.5606 FHA Available On New Homes less than the income in 7576. included in their budget
(Ce) Copyright 1975, Am. D.Q. Corp. survey compiling a list of
Ask M.icK Olin About The Firm Retardant Champjon, Mobile Home Advertised On Television, r locations, and owners will be Requested expenditures how. requests. The commission
billed for the licenses. ever for 76.77 are $276,857, up agreed to hold the line whereit
some $24.000 from 7576. The was. the only exception
difference totals some $97.000, being $2.000 granted to the
just about the amount the bud Theressa Fire Dopartmenl

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S'fOKI ANOMUTCMIN&ON SPCKHV AND SPCBAV AND SPRY AND *>( "IY AND SPffftftV AND SPCftftV AND *fHHV ANO SMHRV AND OSPtflllV AND Pe RAY AND SPIMMV AND SPIMftV AMDHUTCMINSON
: : MUTCMINSON : HUTCMINSON MUTCMINSONi : 4UTCHINSONJM : MJTCHINSON : MUTCMINSONJM :MUTCHINSONsw : HUTCMINSONUw : MUTCMINSON e> MUTCMINSON MUTCMINSONJM : The sheriff's budget whichis fire departments are: Brad

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= now set at t$246,000( for 76-77 up $4,465 Hampton $4.09R,
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\Iftt**ftMtOtMUTCMINSON : ar- 'NNewNWUwe Iso I..rrwo ,IIINr! M/AIw1 IP.aMM10 IttkMiMMD 76-77 budget request is for The hoard served notice to
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/reRNY ANO Sul NNY AND some $10.000 in pay raises to a central departmentwith
HUTCHINSO' S and funds toward a new car a fulltime man on duty to
---_ H. for the new deputy. react quickly to calls. Clerk
Sheriff Reddish agreed to lib Brown was instructed to
= Jw =. live within whatever budgetthe write letters notifying each

:=.i S&H Green Stamps faster .. come commission up with for is his able office.to department figure and of of the forthcoming the budget

1 L j Reddish promised the board reorgani/ation. \

S SS 1 S..eauv he will not appeal the budgetas The hoard noted July 21! it ,.
SP.RSV ANO .. ANo S he has authority to do under sees no possibility of budgeting !!:
> HUTCMINSO HUTCHIN8ON S Chapter ::10) of the Florida Sta the $5.000) requested by the

---- always I shop t h. -- tutes. historical society us matching
: The board is planning to use funds to obtain federal funds
the reserve funds and to hold for renovation for the interiorof
taxes at the 75.76 the old county courthouse.Four .
= S&H Green merchants = 11'wrw' property
i r i Stamp MN level. That will mean millage thousand was also

..." M will be lowered very slightly stripped from the City of
.S S S S S S S S. .... . .. below the 75-76 level of 4 aH.:) Starki Recreation 1 Department I
p Sp( Nv ANo or 4.766. Leaving millage at request of $1.>.(")11). The
MYICNINSONLi 4 838 would raise more money recreation department did get(
since property values are up. a $1.0110) increase, to Sll.ooo)
ii REGISTER FUEL OIL i but the board feels itould not Funds for a new car for a

HAPPY STOP No. dW : want to advertise it is raising proposed new sheriff's! deputywere
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4 Gu.* 308 S. Thompson (Gulf) \.. gain. request. The new deputy will
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: =ti .- : U.S. 301 & SR 100 .. : Three members of the commission have to use a car with KO.OOO) ( )

.. ... .. Ph 964-5888 .. ... .. Dave Shuford. :Mrs. miles already on it. said
SPKtnv AND SSPRNY ANDXNLMINDN Hazel I Paulk and Itnlph Sheriff Holph Iteddish The
: : DOUBLE STAMPS with All Fill UP DOUBLE STAMPS with All Fuel Fill Up :MUTCMINSONMUTCMINttON : Bryan are up for reelectionthis sheriff however, said he realizes
>t>ar. There is no desire the position the commission
With This for any kind of tax increase in is in with the budget.li.itevor .
CouponMITCHELLS Over
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.. _. r =Y .. J. .. ..LUI' Mrt-. .. uses its reserve this year, and sioners. "Any thing you set fit
.. . .. .. .. . .... if expenditures continue to to do. ),'ou'll hear nothing nut
..iNNv AND ......RY AND climb there probably will IK of met quite honestly"
.. HUTCMINSONiB no alternative next year but to The bard agreed to the
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levy. request for the same one mill
= ::: The Bradford budget has plus! Sl.VOOO) in race track lax
GEM JEWELRY : been growing approximately: funds! for "ti-77.\ the same as
DRUGS $2MHMl:!( ) per year for the past last vear Hospital administrator
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.. years It I D. Kdmondson said
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SNUTCNINSOi HU'CH''O' 77. The (commission faced last technician to the rescuestaff

-- DOUBLE STAMPS DOUBLE STAMPS With All Purchases \Vedm\sdav the task of trim. .
i With All Prescriptions ? i ming nearly $:!IMIIMIfI) out of the A $:.!I,02.1! request was mad.
JlJi a to proposed expenditures to I h\' the Bradford I'mon Guidance ; -
: ; With This Coupon i a With This Coupon : ; bring the new budget down to (Clinic up from IH.51.I;
.. =- '-;':'-' : .. .. ;:: .: the $1.7\ million. last year, The board did not,

=-, --..=- S Vowing not0\ raise ad cut the request Iwo asked D,'.
5- I Y.I l1 Mrl ; valorem taxes this car the Bill !Lennon lo sec what he 0
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A .SS SS.S S. .
.N 0 Sire NNv ANDS board waded through theentire could do about trimming the
HutCH''O'' .. S. MUTCMIN9O .. budget item bv item. In request himself! 1'
Jhe process! some $100.000) was The hoard even got into its

_ _ cut out. Itoiid and Bridge budget, cut-
h The bard \began by agreeing ling $.10.004): ) from the new
= I J.q to limit POI' raises to fivepercent equipment fund al the insistence
S = PAULS DRIVE-IN thus cutting some \ of Commissioner Ralph
-Y; I'R m PIGGLYWIGGLY : $:!5IIHI\c( ( > \ ) $10.000: from budget Br.van Rods! committee head

.. ...r. .. ..-. .. requests. Some officers had 1 Dave' Shuford agreed saying
..aRNr ANo CLEANERS 3 430 W, Madison S e r'eS. HV ..S S asked! for more than five percent "1St"' II patch up and do without
.MUYCMIN SON S MUTCMINSON' some had asked nothing. The hoard doesn't owe
: __u. : 418 W. Call Ph. 964-5498 : : The board went through the anything now for equipment,
: : Check Our Advertising Circular I : : budget trimming every salary but DC'I'lI; lo buy a new' road
DOUBLE STAMPS 1& request in excess of five percent grader sometime during the
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