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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 12, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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li'M:.,. yq.,1i4Y.\1YI....f' ,. 41NM- .. y 1 / i :Scathing CriticismOf William Sabisof DS&N said Tuesdaythat the firm plans to present ,
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.'I t, .::"I"nel""M1.n14,1.Mba\.: In 4'11oni4. ': a $914.000 loan has been approved by the Farmers Home Administration I
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: BFI:::: ::::P':::.::::' !,14 pnnt: ;:. limit has been the object of commission then considered
I : :..:.::" .. ::; : M1 N hot controversy since it was withdrawing I the agreement.
.::VI'1.Vn1:: : : : .. :.::;:: ,, ", scathing attack on Florida's that inmates are treated so first proposed over a year ago. but the proposal failed on a t-2:
...;::' ... ........ ..... correctional system well that they no longer have When the development firm \'Ull'1.1: \ or Charles Schaelersaid !
4 .:?::;.::::::: = ::::MIFw.1/: :: t I was voiced at the Starke any fear of prison and return first applied in July 1973! for a ...llhl' time that the
: ,:::::::::;:: :"',::::. ,,;: : ( : Rotary Club last Fran again and again because it is zoning change that would not be- annexed' to Ufl'alIould the

.,::', ::Vhti Ixry 4tn.; .;:.OJ1' State Representative easier than living on the out- allow multiple-family. dwellings city unless (he city provides
"r .: r1'. ':::M4. ::: -. I Williams who accused Louie side. in the area residents oil utilities
.. .:.: ...:..:: .......... ...... L. Wainwright head of the "We've got a lot of people in complained that the development lo (the apartmentrumple.
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...:'!'<:::-: .: ::: : :::-"!:... ... system and how it works. abiding citizens" Williams by residents subsidizedby citi/ens. the commission then
Williams said that ex-con- said. "All they think about is the !federal government decided-n| I October lo with
Among the advantages of West German designed chicken The chain Is seen In the bottom trough attached to metal victs "are being hired as cor- the interests of the inmates." The Bradford Zoning ell'Ihl' commitment: to lur-
houses! are the simplicity of construction and maintainance.Mrs. pieces which pull the eggs along to the central collection area as rectional officers rapists and While 58 to 60 per cent of Board voted to allow the zoning fish utilities. Two days! later
: \V.A. Prevail and Lorn Carter are pictured here usiniz a they drop from the cages. The trough will be filled with a substance murderers are being sent to crimes are related to the use change, but the decision the Clearinghouse Committee
special tool which brings slack into the long conveyor chain so to prevent the eggs from breaking when the chicken the state universities and a of alcohol there is no programon was. appealed to the county of' the :North: Central' Flond.iKcgionni

that a link may be!' added. house goes into operation. person convicted of armed alcoholism in the prison commission.! Residents told I ( Planning Counciltlclcrred ..
robbery was hired as a system. Williams charged He the commission they feared \ approval' ol the cuntptex
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records officer in the system said there is no doubt that the development would until lurther( studies'

and promoted to sergeant "crime pays" when only five increase noise, crime, trallic could. he undertaken regarding
German Made Chicken HouseIs after 13 months," over the out of every hundred criminals and litter They were also environmental I l problems
heads of some longtime are ever convicted and worried about integration in I the area.The .
employees. they are soon turned out againon lowering property: values :NCFKPC. cununttttr'
Williams said the division of probation or parole. In August Hi7.. though, the cited! |M>ssibl<> Hooding mill
corrections' rehabilitation Williams advocated a commission upheld the zoning. possible I costly additions lo I Ihe
Clean Automatic Operation programs are a joke and that return to work programs in hoard. \\,,!>II'IUll'r.11'111, as foremost

$178 million is being poured the prisons, where inmates The next item of contentionwas Sun illig'I hi'I env. i Iron. ;
41 t .... into the prison system and could at least pay a part of the annexation of I the menial problems.,

wasted on such frills as "plush expense of keeping them in properly by the city. In ./.lime.lilT.i. In the meantime city conl.iv -
., Bradford County's first Farmer Automatic will house honor houses" He charged such "a good environment." city officials u I''d to err 'r ii>
West German-made chicken 21.000( chickens while the .J b.Bradford. .., .
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strutted and according to hold only about 6.000.( In termsof ," ,: ::7r1. \'
owner Wilbert A. Prevail the price per chicken the '
advantages far outclass con. "'arml'rutomatic runs about Teachers Tentatively OK
\.t'nlional American made $2,83 for the house and equip-
chicken .
counterparts.The I1Il'nthlle American '
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Farmer Automatic houses average about $3.27 s
,I chicken house on the Prevatt's per bird. 1
farm south of Hampton, lives In addition to price and ease 4;=+; ja9itaHr: .

up to its name by: being completely of operation, another advantage F
J automated Eggs; are is ease of assembly ThePrt''att's ( ,.1'tiil;! School Board Pay Offer
t shuttled by a conveyor: belt to 230: foot house was ., .I

one gathering area manure is ready for chickens in three .... .. .
deposited! by chain-drlven \\l'l'ks. and was put togetherby -.. -
scrapers into a pit at the end! l'revatl00(1. ( his wife Helen; I, Education Asso- during the second or third dayof posed contract package( on lalively accept Ihe miilnirl,
of the house and ft'I'IS\ distributed Beatrice Carter; Steve ciation representatives tentatively pre-school planning.! August 1 ::1.) pro|>os.il. I sullied lo ralilicii
by similar chain Starling an employee on the accepted the school Teachers are to report August Since last Tuesday's negotiating lion bv the teachers, .according .
driven conveyor belts.In farm, and Glenn tlendrix. a board's proposed teacher con- 23 for pre-planning session I.opcr said, his. to Lopcr

comparison, eggs! must representative of the Register tract package which includesa group had made a''concertedeffort" i l.opcr's ailiiouiu-einrnt ,InIciil.ilivclv ,

U1 I gathered by hand along the Georgia, firm who distributes new salary schedule calling George Lop r, chiel negotiator to reach every member accept' the promsed -
entire length of a conventional the West German rr ,1 for total teacher pay raises in for the BKA: which is of the teacher's bargaining | contrail t drew noimmeduile 1
house, which could chicken house. excess of $200,000, Monday representing. all Bradford unit, by telephone, to response, tram the surpnsmglv
mean This photo picturing one of Prevatt's conventional housesdemonstrates obtain their reactions to theboard's small audience "I l lleathers
walking twice the length of a "It's just like the pieces of a the difference In looks and construction betweenthe However final acceptanceor County public school teachers contract! k.ige unit media
pac pro
football I Held. While COo'I'nllOn.lll'hlckl'n ," said Mrs. rejection of the new teacher during the bargaining talks, represen
jigsawQtuzle two systems. posal. The !teacher's bargaining ( l.ilives. intending Monday's
houses do have 1'revalt in emphasizing the The manure which collects underneath the cages here wouldbe contract package was announced the decision to tentatively unit. l.opcr later negotiating. session.
motor-driven manure simplicity The only bolts whisked away by continual scraping in the Farmer Automatic reserved for the teachers accept the board'sproposed explained, being all. ol Hrad- teacher l't'I"\'M'I1I"1 wsmd
the cost to themselves by the BEA bar contract package
scrapers replace a required in construction are ford County's public schisllteachers the school hoard's negotiating .
broken cable could team. The during the opening momentsof
reach gaining tentatively
for the metal framing, most of
$1.000( ); if the chain breaks in the rest interlocks together.The of the manure out of the house Prevatts is the first in the accepted contract package Monday's negotiating ses or over 200 peopleAn team rcliirnrd to tin"*

the farmer. Automatic a 5(1( conveyor chains are into the covered pit. county, it is not the first in the which includes a new teacher sion. Loper's announcementcame "inahlh! to reach. a high Ixirgainmg. t.ible Tliesd.iv In
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Ihe lent.itivclv I
cent link is the only expense' driven by a three-quarter Although the West German area. About four others are salary scale is subject to ratio just six days after the percentage of people" mlll"lnl'onl'luSI'l' sign ,, iicccptcdconIract
located in proposal'
outside
Sanderson ,
fication by the teachers at a school board's bargaining results.
The most 1 persuasive point is horsepower electric motor chicken house owned by the I During bargaining sessionsto "
Macclenny. general meeting to be held team had presented the prompted the decision to tenApproved -
pro.
and if
the : for anything
price SSH.Wio) a complete goes wrong to Tiiesd.iv's signing.
2IU: () tool chicken house warning lights on a central K.\ representatives had suecesslullv
that takes' three weeks panel indicate where the
to iirgiicdlor numerous

assemble compared to about trouble as.Prevalt. $1.85 Million BC Budget Tentatively Set"All rev isions and sev oral. comprnmises i .-
$);Ki.inHi) bur American made said that anyone: : lo the school) board's.

chicken house. The 2:10: foot who buys a West German '-" eI proposed! contract, package(
chicken house is! automatic Among I the ncnt.Ihi' teacher's, ,
ally in the manure business I can say is be thankfulwe The F&F fund showed a reflects very conservative The biggest I'ounlbudl<(('1. .- u I tourmonthextension I bargaining 1 ": unit imorimratiilinto ,.
because of the method of had the foresight to lay deficit of $34,436 at the end of estimates of income in orderto the General "Fund was balanced on a $14o. "oo loan :
the contract! 1\1'kujll'
wlJt! mOWn Q(firirr manure handling. It is something aside" said Com the current fiscal year, plus avoid another deficit next at $1.1 million after from I the Florida Iink atStarkc weir recommended |changes<

'" scraped into a pit at the end of missioner Ralph Bryan after the fact that expected incomein year. transfers to the F&F' Fund borrowed lor interim .lo tltiuscs concerning:

the house and is then forced the Bradford county board 76-77 was again outstripping Brown said it is always difficult were included The Road and financing on the board's reopeiu-rs.' teacher evaluations l.
into a larger covered one dug 10,000 into reserve funds revenues. Biggest portion of to calbulate Bridge budget set at $522.65:1: S2iHi.noo garbage(. ( disposal pro and faculty ineetings.
1 where it is pumped into a to balance its 1976-77 proposed the F&F budget is the sheriff's how much the accurately after increasing the reservesfor ject. The "Farmer's Home Ad I-
truck and sprayed: over fieldsas budget at $1.83\ million. budget which this year went will money from the county transfer to the F'&F. fund mlnlslr..tion11O't. release the TheHK.Vs: suggested( _
1)Y fertilizer up from $217,000 to $247,000 receive state, The F&F budget is set at saw.iMKi) I the board hIS approval rcopciKT' clause, attepted lithe \ .
I The board tentatively after the board trimmed out making it impossible to have a $276.857 after the transfer in to borrow" until the pn>.|ccl school board's bargaining,:
I County Agent Bobby: Taylor approved the new spending $10,000 a $30,000 increase. true picture of estimated F&Freceipts. from reserves of $40.MX() ( ) to complete.! The board made team mils lor an annual
poinll'tlilt\ that since the bill and set a public hearing on wipe out last year's deficit plans \Vednesdav nighl to three-week period during I

Farmer Automatic operateson the budget for its next regular The commission was critical plus! the transfer in of S'tf.ooo move on its second live disposal w hich eil her side max request
a wet manure removal system meeting set for September 13. of a state-set schedule of Property tax rates will in reserves to balance the 76- I sites, I this! one at a return! to negotiations" and a
THURSDAY. AUG. II the manure must be The new budget totals $150,000 fines which board members actually decline slightly in 77 budget. The Health Depart Brooker provision! extending talks
\ removed from the covered pit more than the 1975.76 spend- think is limiting fine and for- Bradford County due to an ment budget is set at $40.056. an additional two ui't'ks The
H j Brooker ut least I twice weekly. The bill of $L7 billion. Increase in property values.
ing feiture revenue so that income about the same as last year.A terms of 1 the reopener agreement
J CITY COUNCIL' farmer then must either have cannot match growing costs of The millage set by the com Interest lon the 51 U.lHHllllan, extend over a three-year
I 7JOp.m.: available market or some the law enforcement and court mission is 4.766 less than the comparison of the is costing the county $2.1.:! a d.iv. period
other place to deposit the Still holding firmly this systems. current rate of 4 838. Had the increases over last year would according to ('lerk ItrownThecompletiondaleofjuly Teacher's representativesalso
TUESDAY. AUG. 17 manure. election year to its stand on board left the millage the not mean too much since the I 22 amended, evaluations
American chicken housesuse not increasing property taxes, Accountant Pat Farns- same as 75-76 county transfers \have been added m has passed. The county plansto clause to include one additional
Starke the dry system in which the board dipped into cash: worth called in by theboard would have coil .ed some each budget. For a comparison try to cut cost on the next < observation Inr public
CITY COUNCIL the manure drops from the reserves built up over the past in a further effort to trim $10,000 more in pr perty taxes to be realistic an item by four dumping site rumps by school instructors on continuing :
7 p.m. cages and forms! cones which several years to balance the growing budget figures, attributed than last year. The board item examination of each doing most of the constructionitself. contracts, and. successfully
lire removed only about twice: budget. The board went over the deficit in the F&F decided it was not worth ad. spending fund would have lobe Four more ramps must! 1 argued to limit the-miniUT -
THURSDAY AUG. 19 monthlyTaylor the budget item by item July fund to overestimates of reve vertising a tax increase to made.In be built. Only I the one ut Lavv- of (acuity meetings to 24per
said that overall the 29 trimmed some $100,000 nues when the budget was receive the extra $10.000. The tey is complete year. (two less than called!
West from spending requests, but 4.766 mills will net $626.000 in other action last Wednesday -
Bradford CountyHOSPITAL German system is satisfactory made up last year. Clerk Gib lor in the school board's
BOARD but would not endorse was still some S131.OOO short of Brown said the F&F budget property taxes for the county. the commission: contract package. proposed

7p.m. me system over the other bringing spending requests in --Authorized Clerk IIrol\n.* B.represenlallVl'S.; also
- liecause the two were just alternative line with expected income. at his suggestion, to open an incorporated !Ie'eralordlng

BUARCBoard choices. investment banking account changes in clauses of the tentatively
Due On All 20
Meeting Renewal Tags By Aug. at Guarantv Federal
I 'It'sju 1 a different system, The General Fund and Road Savings accepted contract,
School Board und to each their own. It's like and Bridge budgets balanced - and Loan. the county. Brown but failed to gain the !school
Meeting Room 11<1'Inords and Chevys.. I after July 29 but the commis- Tax Collector J.R. Kelly owners to come in as Kelly says, however that explained, could deposit board negotiating team's
7:10p.m. don't think it's to put the sion could not bring the burgeoning said yesterday that auto tag soon as possible in order to ALL vehicle owners must get operating funds! in such an approval on suggested
going
C.wt.. of old system out of business" Fine and Forfeiture renewal sales are lagging far avoid long waits during the renewal decals before the account and gain daily inter changes to clauses concerning
y Taylor said.Besides budget expenditures down to behind sales In previous last minute rush. August 20 deadline est until the funds had to he supplements paid holidaysand ;
Chr (Emmmuiitu.tatf meet receipts. The move years with only one week left regardless of birthday. The spent. That would be better terminal leave.
the material advantages made in the final budget ses- before the August 20 deadline. The collector attributes the decals received this time will than allowing the money to The school board's contract
iBankAccount Prevail said that their sion last Wednesday night. lag to a misunderstanding on vary in price and length of stay in checking accounts package proposal Included a
new chicken house! is cleaner Aug. 11. was to transfer some Kelly said that sales so far the part of some car owners validity depending on the gaining no interest the clerk revised! salary schedule lor
Now liwurd. UpT and more pleasing to look at $110.000 from reserves into the have just passed the 5,000 who have the false impressionthat owner's birthdate month. pointed out. Brown said the Institution the county's public school In-
120.000 by than the conventional house. F&F fund to balance it at mark with another 3,000 to go they can wait until their After the current renewal, would make trans. structors calling for a
,......1 .-. _..... c_. The unpleasant smell is $278.573. some $36,000 over. before the end of the day next birtndate month to renew tags tags will be obtained In the fers in accounts via a phone reported total teacher pay
reduced by continual scraping last year's level. Friday. Kelly urged all this year. month of the owner's birth. call when funds were needed. \N' 1'iiise" : Iii

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I .gel'' Brenda Carter Honored At Bridal ShowerBrenda

Carter. August table was covered with a lace serving. Y26th1 SPttleWooty J/I/ ; !
Je- lect, was honored at cloth over green linen and was Games with prizes were /-fYlte J
"":3tal shower Tuesday night centered with a white cake enjoyed by the 35 attending
last week givea by Mrs. decorated: in blue and green. Among the guests was Mrs.
,' eon Starling and Mrs. The cake was flanked by Esther Carter and Mrs Oscar Society Jito,, 964-7608

Jecrfe Shuford and daughter green tapers in crystal Carter mother and grand 1L 1 ...
/ Gayte. at the home of the holders. Mrs. Gwen Jackson mother of the honoree.
latter in Lawtey. presided at the punch bowl The hostesses presented the Rudolp'h
/ A blue and green color motif and Mrs. Joe Shuford and honoree with a set of bowls as ,Lid otrNtow Joyce Clemons And Thornton I
was carried out in the party Mrs. Glen Starling assisted in a memento of the occasion.

decoration The refreshment Wed 23 In Holiness Church
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hintson, July Cong.
Teresa Wooten Tina Kelley Honored At Bridal Shower James and Michael Bar from

Birmingham Ala., were Miss Joyce Marlene
Charles Craven Miss Tina Kelley, August 20 cloth over white and centered guests of Mr. and Mrs. Horace demons daughter of Mr. and
bride-elect was honored at a with a white cake decorated in r Williford this past week. Mrs. Walton C. Clemons
bridal shower Saturday, July yellow and green topped with became the bride of Rudolph V .h!
ToWedAugust21 3J, at the home of Mrs. Octa- kissing cupid dolls. Pvt. Richard Clemons and Thornton son of Rev. and
vian Nicula. Games with prizes and Cpl. David Tombs of Fort Mrs. W.J. Thornton all of
Mrs. Agnes Thomas The refreshment table was refreshments were enjoyed by Jackson S.C. spent Tuesdayto Starke Friday, July 23, at 8
announces: the engagementand the 40 guests. t in the Pine Valley Con-
covered with a white lace Sunday with Richard's parents p.m.
approaching marriage of Hostesses !Mrs Nicula Holiness
were Mr. and Mrs. Gene gregational Church
her daughter Teresa Elaine !Mrs Glen Shuford !Mrs U.J. with Rev. David Hodges per
Wooten of Starke. to Charles Marsha Delugach, Bo>'ette and Mrs. Raymond Clemons. forming the nuptials.
Loren Craven son of Hazel w
Durban.
Highlighting the altar
Lorraine Craven and the late Jim Hall ShufordTo Mrs Nancy Gunter has were
two standing baskets of white
returned from three weeks
Raymond Ashley Craven Sr.
of Starke. Wed 21 visit with relatives in Temple gladioli and pompoms with : :,
August carnations
green against a
City and Los Angeles Cal. and
The wedding will take
place
Mr and Mrs. Harvey background of an arch candel-
Saturday, August 21, at 10 The wedding of Marsha Edwards visited her son-in- Las Vegas Nev. abra with burning tapers and
a.m. at the First Assembly of Belle Delugach and Jim Hall law and daughter. Mr. and greenery panels.
God In Starke. Shuford will be held August 22 Mrs. Richard Dennis in Charles Mrs. Wayne Mobley. pianist -
Rev. and Mrs.
All friends and relatives are at 6 p.m. in the Temple Israelin Callahan last Thursday. Stacey Cowart, Swartz and daughter will and Mrs. Ralph Thornton -
invited to attend.
Memphis Tenn. soloist rendered
return Friday from two weeks a program
Wayne WeeksTo vacation in North Carolina of nuptial music.
., and Florida.Mr. Otha Miller, cousin of the

The Steak Man Wed Sept. 3 and Mrs. A.S. Harrisonof groom Ushers, were served Ralph as best Thornton man., 4l;:

Starke and son-in-law and brother of the groom and
Mr. and Mrs. Zade Cowartof and Mrs. Dan Tommy Morrow.
daughter Mr.
Has Gone To TheDDGS Macclenny announce the Meyers of Atlanta returned Mrs. Jimmy Nugent cousinof aYrc
engagement of their daughter Monday after two weeks the bride attended as
Stacey. to Wayne Weeks, son watched the matron of honor. She wore a
vacation. They
of Mr. and Mrs. James Weeksof St. Louis Cardinals tryouts on mint green, long chiffon gown V rc ; r
Green Cove Springs. Sept. 31 where the Harrison's with long sheer sleeves and ,
Miss Cowart is a graduate of rounded neckline. Her mint
grandson, Danny Meyers
Baker County High School and participated. They also toured green veil was secured by a
attended Lake City Community the Smoky Mountains and green bow with streamers.She .
College Old carried an arm bouquet of
Grand
attended the Opryin .
Mr. Weeks is a graduate of mint green carnations with
Nashville, Tenn.
.. '4 ,''R. 'lay High School and attendedSt green streamers.
1 "I'' 1-' : .'.. Johns River Junior Mrs. J.R. Kite and Mrs. Miss Gail Crawford cousinof
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1C .., .,. -'.. ,'' '''. College Malcolm Pownall returnedlast the bride, and Miss Darlene :
r A poolside wedding is Wednesday after four Thornton, sister of the groom
planned for September 3 at 8 weeks visit with friends and were bridal attendants. They
p m at the home of Mr and relatives in Coatsville Pa wore mint green and beige floral ..
:Mrs It.II. (Dickie) Davis inIacclenny. and Hamilton, N.Y.JBIRTHS. chiffon gowns with long .
l :\ draped sleeves. Their head-
Every Thursday Nile Special All friends and relatives of pieces and bouquets were
the couple are invited to identical to the honor atten-

Foot Loua 3 P.MTIU 10 P.M. attend. dant.Karen Hodges served as flo-

wer girl and wore a long mint Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph Thornton
HOT DOG The Way You Like It, c DUPLICATE BRIDGE green gown with sheer sleeves
99 CLUB : LLTS Mr. and Mrs. Farelon and carried a basket of daisy ered with a white lace cloth the bride's book.Following .
Bill Trigg and Cecilia Ter- McClellan announce the birthof petals. and centered with a three a short weddingtrip
FRENCH FRIES & SMALL DRINK willegar were the winning a son Joshua Lane born Brian Clemons, nephew of tiered cake topped with a to St. Augustine the
couple at Duplicate Bridge July 22. Grandparents are Mr. the bride was ring bearer. bride and groom. The cake couple is residing at Kt. 2, Box
Tuesday night. Rhea Johnson and Mrs. Robert H. Fill of The bride, given in was flanked by silver candel- 106. Starke.
oaaQaa9(! oaoQ( Ilmll] a and Lora Francis were Kingsley Lake and Mr. and marriage by her father worea abras with white tapers Mrs. The bride and groom are
second. Tying for third were Mrs. Henry P. McClellan of full length satin gown with Wayne Clemons cut the cake. both 1976 graduates of Brad-
Bernice Bnnke and Mrs. P.A. Sampson City.BEULAII. layers of lace that extendedinto At each end of the table were ford High School. The bride is
Johnson and Mrs. R.A. Green a train. The gown had a crystal punch bowls encircledwith a transcriber operator at
1212 N. 964.6567
Temple and Mmou Wainwright sweetheart neckline and long white pompoms.Jrs.! Union Correctional Institutionat
BAPTIST sleeves that were full to the John Clemons and Mrs. Dale Haiford Mr Thornton is-
CHL'RCII REVIVALA elbow and fitted to the wrists. Clemons poured the punch. employed in the produce
revival will be held at the Her pearl and sequin head Miss Carol Thornton keptOt department at Winn-Dixie)
Beulah Baptist Church Clay piece secured her waist length
County, on SR-21 on Monday, veil of illusion. She carried a
August 16, at 7:30: p.m. to Sun nosegay of light green carna
I day, August 22. tions with white daisies andbaby's
The revival will close Sun breath. JnteMAt, to- Wl .' 1
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-' iTi1 day noon with a Fellowshiphour. A reception was held in the I '

) fflJ Ie. church Sunday School room
The evangelist will be where baskets of white ..
1 of Middle- s 'se i
(Connie) Johnson gladioli and pompoms and
burg. There will be special carnations used at Mrs Myrtle Anderson Mr and Mrs. E.M. Norton.
green were
visited Mr. and Mrs. John
singing each night. focal points. Sr. and daughter Sarah spent (
R.L. Taggart, Pastor The bride's table was coy Anderson in Callahan last the August 1 weekend in Col-
Monday to Thursday quitt.Ua.: .visiting the Ben Holt
family. They spent last week\
Mrs. Gladys Weldon has returned at St. Augustine Beach and the
CENTRAL HEAT & AIR from three weeks visit past weekend in Jacksonville
with her son-in-law and visiting Mr and Mrs Richard
: daughter Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Macheda and daughters.Mr. .
.aJ %4ALNE srt"'' h yaall Patrick and family of West
Let us explain our energy Florida
and Mrs. Vincent J.
Melissa and Priscilla Jack :Montuoro and dlUghter.Iary:
liIomiiurpEdc Kay of Vero Beach and :Mr
saving system son spent last week with their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. James M !Montuoroand
II.E. Smith in Williston. daughter. Christie of
Jackson. Tenn. were\ !Friday

Mrs Avalee Kozie and Mrs. overnight guests of Mr and
COMPLETELY
Pauline Koenecke of Jackson- :Mrs. !Mac Baldwin.
S L.E I'It1C'E
1 1y Mile Beach spent Wednesday
to Sunday with Mrs. J\I.C. !Mr and !Mrs John Pare of

; INSTALLED Wells and also visited their Orlando are visiting her I
.far.
:; brother Mr. Wells in the entsIr: and !Mrs
Sr this week.
Gainesville VA Hospital. Edwards

;:;;; Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Stein Mr. and Mrs Herbert Green
L of Jacksonville and Mrs. J.H. Fields visited
meyer were
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j Herlong.Mr. evening.Baldwin last Thursday


and Mrs. Anthony Hill
and family of Panama City Mrs. Harold Godwin son
((2-TON SYSTEM) and Mrs. A.B. Hill of Laurel, Jay and daughter Jana and
V Darr.
Jeffery Norman last
Miss were Thursday to Sun spent
plus any necessary day guests of Mr. and Mrs. week at Panama City Beach.

electrical work C.G. Hill at Kingsley Lake.

Mr. and !Mrs Marion Harrington .
Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Loudonof and daughters of

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People People --------------------------

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green Mrs. N.P. Riccardi of North United In Marriage July 24 Ray Stone is a medical Miss Karen Gissy has Mrs. Stanley Davis of Belleville -
and grandchildren, Bobby Miami Beach Is visiting her patient in the North Florida moved to Tallahassee where III. is spending two
Chris and Michelle Genereux brother-in-law and sister Mr. weeks with her son-in-law and
eyed'with a white linen cloth Regional Hospital. she has accepted a position as
visited Six Gun
Territory and Strickland Mr. and Mrs. John
and Mrs. F.W. and in lace and centered for Lemon- daughter
edged resident manager
Silver Springs on Saturday. family for several weeks. Todd Schmidt participatedin Schmidt.
tiered complex.
with a seven wedding tree Apartment
The grandchildren
will return the 175 mile bike ride from
encircled with fern. The is returning to FSU
cake Miss
to the home in Westfield Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Thomas Brandon to LaBelle last week Gissy work Ben Taylor of Belleview
flanked continue on
cake was by two silver this fall to
Mass. Sunday after six weeks took Mrs. Tillie Corbbitt and candelabras with white which was sponsored by the her M.S. degree in Home spent Thursday to Sunday
visit with the Greens. Mrs. Nolie Lewis to Fort Mrs. Don Newman Methodist Florida Conference Economics. with his niece Miss Norma
tapers.
Camp Program. Cana Canova.
Myers over the weekend and Mrs.John Howard cut the
Mr.and Mrs. Robson Duffy where Mrs.Lewis will remain cake. Schmidt and Patty Mullins
andDave Corbbitt for several will take in the canoe tripon
Miss Beverly Eggers with Mrs. The two silver punch bowls part
Byers of Jacksonville weeks. 4I$ .: the Suwannee River August
visited Mr. and Mrs. B.J. covered 16-20 from White Springs! to
Eggers on Sunday.Mr. t; r y Y the Suwannee River State
Mr.and Mrs. Roy Turner of .l 4 edged with lace.The table was
Park which is also in con-
Dorchester S.C. were last centered with
an arrangementof
.and Mrs. Sidney Emanuel Friday visitors of Mrs. James mixed summer flowers. junction with the Florida Con- Dollar
of DeBarry were Sunday Barron. Mrs. Linda Johns greetedthe ference Camp Program. ,
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. guests at the door. Mrs.
Eldon Sapp and visited Mr. James Mrs. Annie Mae Ensor of
Mr. and Mrs. Hoppe Robert Marton kept the Queen
and Mrs. Tullie Norman in the and daughter Melissa, of bride's book. Standing in the Jacksonville visited her Day
mother Mrs. Bertha Pearce
4F
afternoon.Mrs. visitorsof
Tampa were Saturday receiving line were the bride
over the weekend. Joining the
and Mrs.
Mrs. O.L. Beasley and groom and their parents.
Ira Wells of Gulf J.W. Kincaid. Melissa Assisting were Suzanne family on Sunday were Mrs.
Breeze is visiting her parents remained until Thursday. Melton and Betty Holliday of Mary Beth Peacock and
Debbie of Jackson-
daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae Lake City and Mrs. Don Alvarez
this week. She was accom- Mr. and Mrs. Kasper Dun- of Raiford. 4 Regular
panied here by her son. Steve can and family of West Point Following a wedding trip to ville.Dr..
and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen $100
Crawford who had spent several Ga. were visiting friends here the Smoky Mountains the
weeks with the Wells. Sunday afternoon while for couple is residing in Lake and last son Tuesday, Michael after returned three Braziers For
enroute to St. Augustine a
Mrs. Bill Phebus of Evansville vacation. City.The bride is employed in Dr. weeks in Germany Austria ALL DAY THURSDAY AUGUST 12 1976 .
Ind., Mrs. Steve Wigginsand ,' Robert Mark's dentist office. and Italy. They also visited
Derick of Mt. Car- and Mrs. Mrs. Whiffen's mother Mrs.
son, Mrs. Lex Green % The groom is attending
mel, Ill. and Mrs. Horace Tol- attended the Anni! Jollenbeck in Berlin.
L.H. Jennings pharmacy school at the Uni- 1401 N. Hwy 301 :
bert of Lake City spent the wedding and reception of Mrs. versity of Florida.Mr. (We Have
past two weeks with Mr. and Myrtle Jones to Luther Bow Mr.and Mrs. Robert E. Bit-
Mrs. David Montgomery. man on Saturday afternoon in good of Theressa will return 964.7478 Slaw Dogs Tool!)\
Callahan.Mr. today, Thursday after five
Mary Ann Harley of Merritt and Mrs. John Miller, weeks in Hope Valley R.I., Rafl. U.S. Pet'Off.. Am. D.Q. Corp.
Island is visiting her grandparents and Mrs. Joe Gissy and son Kevin and daughter Mary Massachusetts and Rhode (c) Copyright 1975 Am. D.Q. Corp.
,Mr. and Mrs. Barney children, Denise Jimmy and Ann spent the weekend at Island visiting friends and
McRae for several days. Donald visited Mrs. Gissy's Jekyll Island. relatives.
parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Beau and Cortney McClaneof Kreyenbuhl West Union, W.
-
Del Rio Texas spent last Va., last week and also visited \\ij!
week with Mr. and Mrs. Hus- relatives in Ohio North Carolina
ton McClane and they all and Georgia. They also q AApDAGA 1
visited Dr. Glenn McClane in visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mr, and Mrs. Steve Newsom 1 ry
Tallahassee on Friday. They Blakewood in Walterboro
also attended the rehearsal Ga., who were former Starke
dinner Friday night in Jack residents. Miss Donna Marton daughter Gillen of Lulu.
sonville and wedding of Judy of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mrs. Doug DeLoach of Val- -Th
Kirton to William Heiss on Mr.and Mrs. Larry Eneix of Marton of Raiford and Steve dosta attended as matron of Op
Saturday night at the Beaches Fairmont W. Va. are guestsof Newsom son of Mr. and Mrs. honor.Bridal attendants were fl1flGtc
Chapel at Neptune Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gissy this Gladwell C. Newsom of Lulu Miss Linda Sue Alvarez and
the reception at Sea Scape.Mr. week. Mrs. Michael Johnson were united in marriage July Miss Susan Sanderson of Rai-
and children of Atlanta are 24 at4 p.m. in the First Baptist ford and Ms. Ellen Andersonof
and Mrs. Bud Duke of Thursday overnight guests. Church in Raiford. Lake City and Mrs. Carol
Rev. Jack Stolte of the
Auburndale were Sunday to Scott of Jacksonville. 'a
Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs.J.M. Vickers of Bruns- Macedonia Baptist Church in Angel Lunbert of Lake City Lawrence Mosleys ; "
Mrs. H.A. Lawson and rela wick,Ga.was first of the week Jacksonville performed the was flower girl and Bryan i
tives. guest of Mr. and Mrs. S.G. nuptials. Griffis of Raiford was ring '!tjV! i if.
the altar
Denmark. Centering were bearer. '
Mrs. Myrtle Young under- two baskets of mixed summer Given in marriage by her f. .'f .
went eye surgery Tuesday in Miss Norma Canova Mrs. flowers against a backgroundof father, the bride wore a long 'I-
North Florida Regional H.L. Speer Mrs. G.J. arch and tree candelabraswith white English nylon gown with -. ,
Hospital. McGriff Sr. and Mrs. W.B. burning tapers and wrist length sleeves and .
Mundy whose birthdays fall palms. cathedral train trimmed in j
Local admittances to Brad- in August were honored at a Mrs. John Green Sapp pianist lace. Her veil of illusion was
ford County Hospital this dinner party Sunday at the and Mrs. Robert Cason secured by a cap of pearls and
week include: Mrs. Louise LeChateau Restaurant in soloist presented a programof sequins. She carried a white / ,
Forsythe of Lake Geneva; Jacksonville given by Mrs. nuptial music.. wicker basket of white baby's :
Mrs. Catherine Thomas of L.H.Jennings.Several friends Mr. Newsom attended his breath daisies and mixed flo Hwy 3O1 N. Starke 964-660O \\A
Hampton; Herman Nettles enjoyed the occasion with the son as best man. Ushers were wers.
Mrs. Miriam Faulkner Mrs. honorees. Bobby Marton of Lake Butler, A reception was held in the F
Ida Rhoden Mrs. Darlene Doug DeLoach of Valdosta church Fellowship Hall.
Blanton Randolph Mrs.Thompson Erma Knight San- Ga.,Tommy Banks and Scotty The bride's table was cov- Home Of Fair Prices t/ i

tiago Wallace Luther Green
Mrs. Miriam Johns Mrs. Floy x r
Sullivan William Pope. Floyd 60 Years Of Service To Quality i
I Barnum and Calvin Harris.of I. -. .," Highest ',

Starke. Bradford U nion Clay Residents '..k j

Mrs. H.M. Richarde was in I Lowest Prices
Palatka Saturday to Monday 1/
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lyle
That's The History Of
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Buck family. '

Miss Thursday Lillian Stump from returnedlast three I In RnN DeWitt i C.JonesFuneral "WESELL TO SELL AGAIN" ;

weeks tour of Europe. She was
accompanied by Mrs. W.H. n n Homey
Thomson who remained in
New York City until Wednes- Full 4 Ply Polyester Tire
day to visit Mr. and Mrs. P.E. \ Your FriendIn LOOK .
Jacobs and family.Mr. \
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Lisa Thompson to Steven II Of Need. 30
Crosby in Jacksonville Satur- Y tA $22
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INFri quoted a price for the function of providing facilities the
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I Page* TELEGRAPH August 12.976
.._ ..... .......... Chevrolet: I
2 Brothers ,Become Fathers tLir Burning Oil Ignites. Blaze At Baldwin
I' A fire at Baldwin Chevrolet to the rear of Baldwin's. the building's south wall to
y..J< ., At Same Time Friday, August 6. resulting in Employees said they had the blow off. Before the gas line
Of Daughters about $800 in damages was fire under control with fire extinguishers was shut off, the escaping gas
Misses Marie Phelps and .., caused by burning oil in a when the unit Ignited into a jet of flame
Connie Warner of Miami and who had made the trip to the ditch outside the building, arrived. '
which one employees estimated
Sonny Register and Miss hospital seven hours earlier, according to Fire Department Bob Patterson, an employee
to be about three feet in
Janice Hicks of Lakelandwere of ., named their daughter Selina personnel at the scene. of the city's natural gas
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weekend guests of Miss J ... .., Ann. Both babies were 19 .a \'. JC The Starke Fire Depart department, said the heat length and set fire to the trees
Denise Winkler. t..: tr 4 inches long and weighed about ment responded to the call at caused a diaphragm on thegas outside the building.
l' ''N:'I.. eight pounds. I 10:35: a.m. and sent one truck regulator on the outside of
A' n____ __n -
Mrs.Josephine Cumber and M Byron is a correctional officer ,
son, Tommy of Lakewood, at the Union Correctional Ii-
Ohio former Starke residents Institution and Earl,who lives ? Elect
have moved back to Starkeand 1. .... in Jacksonville, is employedas 4
are residing on N. Cherry a security officer for a priM
Street. vate firm there. Dewey BufordMcKINNEY
Mellsa and Sellna

Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne SewinClau
McRae and children were Two brothers became
i camping at Anastasia State fathers of baby daughters just August 27
Park last week and visited seven hours apart July 27; Pants ForBoy's Ranch .'
Disney World Monday and both babies weighed just The Second Stretch
Tuesday of this week. about the same and both were Class will be held Sewing Lillian Stump left,and Evelyn Griffin of Starke are presentedwith
August 26 in
born in the same hospital. the old armory from 7.10 p.m. a Lifetime Plaque from the Florida Sheriff Boys Ranch by As Your
Bradford County Sheriff Dolph Reddish. I
Todd, Cana and Dirk When he neard that his brother's There is no charge for The sisters owners of Stump's Department Store la BterM,
wife had just had a per- valued at tM U t Superintendentof
donated 400 pairs of new boys' trousers f %
Schmidt and Jody Atchison sons
baby, Byron Phillips, 18, of previously attending the Boys Ranch. Any citizen donating $1.000 to the Boys Ranch t*:
attended the Youth Music Lawtey, and his wife Sherry class, and a $10 charge for x
Workshop at Florida Southern also 18, set out July 27 for the new persons. Gloria Holmes is presented with a Lifetime Plaque. .
College in Lakeland July 26- Pureal! Medical Center in the instructor.
I 31. Orange Park for a visit. ;; 1

the Methodist .. -.. .. -- Schools
Attending
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They stayed a little longer .1
Youth Fellowship retreat at than Soak oven racks in detergent overnight to make them
House in New they expected. __ .
CorMeth Potatoes easier to clean. ..- w
Smyrna Beach Friday to Sun refrigerated for a QUALIFIED EXPERIENCED HONEST CONCERNED
Driving over, Sherry began week may develop a sweet .
Diane Crews .
day were and Nelson Green, experiencing labor pains, and taste because some of their Old Man Little Old Native son of Bradford County. Graduated Bradford High School 1961.
Susan Eoline Ebhng, !Mike Whiff en, gave birth to a daughter starch changes to sugar. To Dirty Lady Awarded 1 1st 4 year Scholarship Loon by Starke Rotary Club 1961.
Karen and Debbie Glover shortly after their arrival. improve flavor, store them .. Bachelors Degree University of Fla. 1965
Mrs.Doyle Crews,David Harper They named her Melisa Ann. at a higher temperature for AnybodyMotorized .. Masters Degree University of Fla. 1968 Selected to Phi Kappa Phi National
one or two weeks before
and Mr and Mrs. Don Byron's 20-year-old brother using. Honorary Society
Hardenbrook. Earl and his wife Linda, 19, Transportation 27 months as Commissioned Officer U.S. Army

Up To 25 mph Street Legal 8 years experience in Bradford Co. School System as teacher and principal.
No Helmet RequiredNo 1968-69 Mathematics Teacher and Athletic Coach Bradford High School
SPECIAL Drivers Ucense Required, I 1969-71 Physical Education Teacher Southside Elementary School
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fie yn 8 oKUr) Principal and Physical Education Teacher Brooker Elementary School
1973-76 Principal Southside School
2 Sq. No Tag, No Insurance,j Currently assigned Principal Elementary Starke School
OOUtihty r Elementary
GARAGE5 ; $ 2 995 No Inspection ....Former Cub Scout Master of Pack 513 Starke
WORKSHOP 150 MGG *.Married and father of 3 children ages 9 ((5th grade at Southside Elementary
GREAT FOR SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION School), 4 and 2
Member of and Sunday School Teacher First Baptist Church Starke
Door Window .. Member Starke Civitan Club
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Home owner and tax payer in Bradford County
-tI' THE PERFORMANCE CHAMP IS HERE!

ALL NEW Dear Fellow Bradford Countians: .
w HIGH.PERFORMANCE4CYUNDER Thank you for your fine response to my ad of August 5, through letting me
n ddw j : STROKE know many of your concerns about our school system. I plan to publish muny of
FROM SUZUKI the items presented by you, in next weeks paper. If I haven't seen you as yet and
1 0c I : ..'Door FOR 1977 a you have a particular concern about our schools that you wish me to look into
OT7 i after you elect me on Sept. 7, please write me today at Rt. 1 Box 2-D Starke.I .
16 Door
26' GS750COME I WILL BE THE PEOPLE'S SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLSA

-22' Vote For DEWEY McKINNEY On Sept. 7 Will Be A Vote For

: C.B.Boxed Structure Eaves G.K. (Gerry) ELY All SEE 76 Models/Financing IT Available The Man Who Will Make The Bradford County School System

Shingle i I Roof BUILDING CONTRACTOR Truly A School System Of The Citizens.YOU .
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Wilbur Waters l.ocuIEmlloyment l
Non-Instructional
Administrators Employees
Survey Set Aug. 16
Seeks Sturke

Council Seat .%R Get Pay Increases In 3-1 Union School VoteAdministrative local Bureau Mrs.representative of Norma the Census Foray of, will the the

conduct a survey of employment -
and non- students in the county schools divided between PYA Paper and Hi Neighbor Insurance of Lake City; and in this area during the
Instructional personnel In the next year.In Monarch Jeffries and Wholesale; for workman's for bakery products, Dandee work week of August 1621.
Wilbur L. Waters, a former Union County schools will get other action, the board: Josephs companies; for dairy compensation, Ed Wheeler Bakery.Heard.
city employee, qualified as a raises worth $29,549 -awarded bids to the lowest products, Farmbest Dairy; Insurance of Lake City, for -- announcement of The survey is conducted for
candidate for election to the the school board decided bidder on several items: for for school lunch fleet automobile insurance recipients of the Esther King the U.S. Department of Laborin
Group One City Commissionseat Tuesday night. purchased food, award was divided between Florida (buses). Cotten States Scholarships for a scientifically designed
on Monday August 2. The eight school They are: Gerald William sample of approximately
Waters, 27 served as city administrators in the county White, Glen Lanier Clyatt Jr. 7MH()( ) households throughoutthe
Seeks Starke Council Scat
fireman and then as a city will receive$6,751.The 60 non. Seeber Goodman Christopher James Lawson. United States.
police officer for three and instructional personnel, suchas -.. Timothy Roberts McGill and
seeoer u. uoouman
.: owner School Board from
one-half years prior to his secretaries, cafeteria of Goodman's Service Station, County Lisa Melanie Read. The
1W.6-74.;
resignation last June. He is workers and maintenance awards are based on merit
recently qualified as a candi.date Educated in the public
presently employed by the persons, will receive raises for election to the alone, the parents' income
Group schools of Bradford County
Dankel Sod Company of St. .
totaling $22,798.Neither level not being taken into
WILBUR WATERS One City Commission seat. Goodman has owned and
Cloud,as a foreman) operatingnut has had a pay consideration Each is worth
group Goodman, 54,
qualified
of Starke.A on operated his business here
raise in two years, Monday, July 2l>, for the since 1947, lie is married andis $3.000.
Superintendent James Cason Group One City Commissionseat the father of three daughters approved personnelrecommendations
native of Bradford
) Countyand ) Waters was educated in the
noted, so calculated on a and the
which is held
a resident of Starke for public schools of Bradford yearly basis, the raises are presently by July. 1976 expenditure r'portit'
the past six years, Waters is County and served six years smaller than what they Commissioner Marc Jackson. ___ ____u .
Incumbent Jackson "I'" uLIL ,IW111a4a
basing his qualifications for active duty with the U.S. Navy to be. ( .
appear announced several weeks
the city commission on his prior to his employment with the board ago Ask
Voting 3-1.
that he would not seek re-elec August
prior experiences as a city the city. While in the U.S. approved a 5.5 percent SpecialUnder
in the
tion
upcoming September
employee."I've Navy, Waters served a two Increase for the w 14 city balloting.A New ManagementBonnie Charley ,
seen the city's prob- year tour of duty overseas, as administrative personnel and y
:; life-long resident of Brad
lems for three and and worked one-half around them," a communications specialist. an 8.5 percent hike for non- t--.::. ,I. 1":. "" ford County Goodman says E. Murray E.John.. "
years ,"':'-4/ i i'tf.
instructional personnel. '.: .. \- that if elected he will "cooper
Waters "Unless ,::
you've says worked adding with do the former Waters Kay is Colson married, daughterof to the absent.Member Donald Dukes was ...:.;.. ..; -,. {.....'.. ate bers with in running other council the city memo on a Vt\f.'S HAIR? Sty I .
not #
problems you really ... .t'Ii" ( '
Pam Thomas, voting "
know what they are." Waters Mr. and Mrs. Ressie Colsonof the proposal, said .::\.,, ..... ,. 1.1, business-like basis \)
has two against V J'
feels he will be an asset to the Starke. The couple faltik.tr; r Goodman previously servedon Get
"I'm not a AquaintedCathy
voting against
children. the city commission from About This Question:
commission. raise. I want to see these SEEBER GOODMAN l26f; and on the Bradlord "My !guns and luggage;
people get a raise..it's just (
Safe stolen from my car.: My
that I would like to have a lookat Taylor Lort.ta RossOperator were
the budget first. ELECT DONNA Operator insurance: agent is an
TOMATOES
Told by Superintendent of employee of the insurance
Schools James Cason that the company: and seems to betaking
00 budget would probably not be FAXONDemocrat Lamaur Organi Curl Protein Perm their part in trying to
4 Lbs. 1 ready for the board to look at reduce mv claim.Why didn'tI
before September 1, and "we $1000 Includes Haircut realize the n..ed'for an
feel we can live with these for State Senate I independent local agent
figures"in any event,Thomas Any Style when I bought my
GREEN replied that she'd still like to District 5 C\a\ti0d Noq Homeowners Policy?"

PEANUTS 29Cb. study Cason the said budget the first.only way Paid Political Advertisement, Paid for ......eSQe 1iJ'e'0: P(\::. Hair s200 Cut l\'eCe.ooI'J1.Sc1tyl1e'Jt I Charley: K.:
they could get a preliminarylook c:. Monf
if by John Adams Treasurer P.O. Box \(\ o <<:
at the budget would be S\1\e JOHNS AGENCY
0Or
the teachers' contract is 411, Gainesville! FL 32602 y..i\ 3 Mi. S. On 301 V9lS.
PEACHES 29u negotiated soon, but that I 'IJ1 SO WALNUTS'PHONE
negotiations for the contract 149.9/7 964.8200 9R4-SO /OHere's
depend somewhat on What is .. 'T ,.. I
in the budget.
Home Grown "So I don't know which
comes first here, the chickenor
YELLOW SQUASH the egg," Cason said.
As for the teachers, the
board decided unanimously to
pay them last year's salaries
29'Lb. until current contract
negotiations are completed.The .
only exceptions, Cason
slices
said, will be teachers who lean tender
CUCUMBERS425c
WE ACCEPT have professional earned training credit over for the ,

summer.They will be paid for
.S9Dv that according to the 1975-76

I schedule training, he for said.professional of Beef on a toasted

S11MFCOUPONS' The board also heard a
Fresh report on the free and reduced
C lunch policy. The program is
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OKRA run on a matching funds basis
Lb. with the federal government
providing 75 percent of the
funds, and that state 25 J
Norman's Farm percent.
This year, though, the state J
didn't come up with its shareof
the funding,said financial
Produce Market director William White and
counties are being assessed

>17 N. Temple population.proportionally Union's according share will to -

be about $1,000.Income ie'1
964-6O71 levels for the
program have been raised
Open Man-Sat White said, and the programwill ,
cover more than half the

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To: The Citizens Of Bradford County


I Earnestly Solicit Your Vote And Support September 71

I'm Trying Very Hard To Contact As Many Of You AsI '
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. Sverdrup- & Parcel First Choice To ]Do Lake Butler Sewer Study


A preliminary contract for a 111 the event that the COUncil'S HutchinsonSCE, Civil ing of the project. Federal of the present system and Its design of possible solutions to ual construction of addItion the new of SE Lion 5th of SE and 7th SE Street 6th Avenue between
facilities the
stud of Lake Butler's sewer first choice. Sverdrup & Par- Engineer of Jacksonville approval of the application. problems. Infiltration of the clty's sewer system prob- or which Is directly behind the
Improvement needs was to eel Is unable to present a swt- Beach.The council was unanimous will result In 75 percent funding ground water through pipe. lems. These solutions may needed parts of main Inspection
have been presented by the able contract for the sewer in its selection of Its of the sewer improvement leaks resulting In the overloading take the form if simply repairing Bids for the construction Union County
of the needed facilities to bl' determined StatiOl1.
firm of Sverdrup & Parcel Improvement study. fourth choice, which followed project. 250.000 gallon the system, or possIble would be Thomas, who owns the
John Shaw Initiated seconded Sewer improvements will capaCIty of the present system expansion of the In Step One
: Consulting Engineers, of Councilman a motion by Spires, present sys- the design adjoining the currently .
when property
Gainesville, during lastruRht's the motion that led to bv White. progress In three steps after Is apparently the main tem. accepted stretch of
Impassable
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Is completed.In
of the the selection of S\erdrup After completing their acceptance of the apphcation. problem.Step stage Step Two
regular meeting
councIl. Parcel as the council's fIrst priority listing of the prospective Step One will consist of study Two Involves the Step Three would be the act. other business during the city street,says he expects the
city him about 1500.
August 4 special session the project to cost
of the tentative preference and the motion firms council
W Ith receipt engineering He plans to purchase four
council approved a request
contract the council may was seconded by Councilman members commented Butler resident loads of limerock, Install a
from Lake
begin negotiations with the Jimmy Whitehead.L.L affirmatively on their first Apartment Builders Set To lJlove... .... T.S Thomas Jr., to open a culvert at the west end of the
of Its services. Lee and Associates of choice.
firm on the cost
and to have thetiml'rock
street
city street at his own expense. pay
bUilders of the "Their extensive
Lake -
CouncIl membersoted City present experience :
and spread to a width of
f From asked for
unanimously to name the Lake Butler sewer sys has far exceeded any of Page 1) impact fee (cost of pollution At its Feb. 3 meeting. the Thomas COOncll'S 16-feet at a depth of slx.inches
GalResvllle-baoed firm their tem \\111 19621, was the coun- the rest" Spires stated to the suiting engineer Don Ruck control)I. DS&S agreed to pay city decided to reverse itself received the per- the street
tarst preference for conducting cd's second choice on a motion council "And they have done man, said that If the city these costs again and agreed to provide mission to timerock the sec along
I the study during a special by Shaw seconded by Councilman small 201 plans," White refused utility service to the The city, IIIohich had already utIlities to the complex.
I session August -I. Tom Spires. The council added. The 201 plan Is the type! area inquestion. a proposed 52 received $39,000 in planning Since the Impact study had "
.; A total of four engineering was not unanimous in Its Lake Butler seeks to con- million utilities grant from the funds under the grant, was not yet been completed and : Bar olal
in
firms came before the councils decIsion on the Lake City struct. EPA would be in jeopardy told that refusing utility ser- DS&.S had not yet obtained Z ha w
IR recent \\lekstoekl g to be firm, as Councilman Bill Lake Butler Mayor Margie Ruckman's firm Bessent, vice to the proposed complex financing for the develop- 4
.elected: obtain the contract White cast a lone dissenting Cason said she would notify all Hammock and Ruckman had would endanger the future of ment. It was assumed at the &
for I initiating application for vote four engineering firms of the been working for several the grant. time that the project was Dog Groomlnfl'
federal funding of the project A Tampa firm Watson & council's action and would years to obtain the grant for An October 31, 1975 letter dead. rlt BathIng
md drawing up plans for the Company. Engineers: Architects request SVl'rdrup & Parcel to the city. from the Environmental Protection Original plans called for the
needed improvements to the and Planners was submit the preliminary contract The grant Intended to Agency to the council concrete-block apartment All: I Breed...____
city s SC'oer system named the COunCIl'S third prior to the council's revamp the city sewer system confirmed that the city stood complex to contain -10. and o
Council members listed 111 choice by a unanimous vote regular meeting held August and bring it into line with state to lose S2 million in grant eventually 90 unats. Proposed 404 W. Madison St. Starke
.order of preference all four tollowlJ1ot! a motion by Vote 15. and federal pollutionontrol: momes. rent for a one-bedroom apart.ment..as5105permonth Closed Sun. 11 Mon
firms which had appeared which was seconded h\. White'head. When the contract Is standards, requires that utilities City Attorney George : 512. Call For Appointment
before them I in recent weeks approved the engIneering service bl' provided to PIerce advised the council to for a tllloo-bl'droom unit and (Next To Piggly Wiggly, ,
during the August -I special The councIl's fourth and fIrm will proceed to initiate areas within 8.000 feet of city withdraw its refusal. At the 5t.a5 for a three-Ix' cession The action was taken final choice 'but' .lames :Neal; application for federal fund- hmlts. same time Ruckman said If
-- At the time the withdrawn
--- grant was the grant money were -
awarded, the city agreed to the government could
G.LLfLLLLLCCCL[ LLGCLCCLCLL this, provided the utility user make the city complete the
was willing to pay the cost of sewer project wIth Its own Elect
running the water sewer and money and Cine it up to 525,000 __
(i tLL L: Li LL'Lt L t LLL I:LLLL'LL electrIc lines, and pay the a day until it was completed. .. -'


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Teal Tile G Carpet hike In excess of 5200,000 for with the arger ,
the 1976-77 school year. The increases going to teachers
pay Increases are to be funded with 10 or more years on continuing ARMENTER '
E. Call St fin/ ota stumps Bldg 964 7423 from some 5400,000 in new contracts.
state monies, which the board The starting salary for a
Open 9 5 Mon.Fn r expects to receive during the new teacher, under theboard's School Board Member 4
t..i upcoming year from the Florida proposed salary sche- I& )
9.1 t Sat ,. Education Finance Program dule, will bl' $8.200. representing District 4
because of increased a S500 Increase over last j
lit
\ pupil loads in the county. )ear's $7,700.Salary
\
:' The proposed salary schedule increases for

\ poml"was In holding termed up a negotiatIOns "main- teachers. under on continuing the proposed contracts A Candidate Truly Interested In Quality Education

". \\ z by school board new schedule call for
:zCt" following representatives last increases over last year's pay For Every Child In Bradford County .
week's scale of about S500 at three
\( bargaining session as
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& f were insurance contrIbutions. and four years: S600 at give
ARPEI The board's proposal con- years: $700 at six years; BOO Vernon IsA Senior AtThc University Of. North Florida
at seven years: 59UO at eight
c.\\\ Insurance contribu-
cerning
\ tIOns remains unchanged as it and nine years: and a $1.300 Majoring In Accounting .
\\, before the teachers for pay hIke over last year's salary -
goes ratification. It stales that the schedule for teachers with lie has Worked In Various Segments Of Business In

,,(\\, board w III contribute not more contract.to years under a continuing Management Capacity .
\" than 5208.56 per year to its
sponsored i insurance program Items not proposed by PTA .
Past President Hampton Elementary
for teachers. The figure is the either side dUring the recent.
same amount contributed by bargaining sessions and incorporated Of Bradford County .
Indoor Outdoor Congocurn; Nu\Vax\rinvl the board last year. in last )'ear's contract Native
School board will remain in effect an
at the bargaining representa.tl'es talks the new contract. Married \\'ith 2 Children .
CARPET
FLOORING said the drawn proposed up for salary the 1976.77 schedule TilE tm.\lWOHU Member Of First Baptist Church Of Stark .

school year will see the ('ul'\TY: TtUHI'll: ;
teachers A Candidate Of His Own Choice. I
$ county's receiving Published "VU\Thursday tlie
3 $249&l'p pay raises from a low of 66pecent at UK tl .('a'il Sheet

per vd. high of .15 or-1:1:5500 percent per year or 51.-170, to a StarILe..I..ld.II11, :\:! Does lot Represent Any Special Interest GroupLet's

Second('lass postage paid' Education Back To Our Schools. !
alSta rke. FloridaSubscription. Bring Quality


Your ___= 1 In trade area It: 11 ales per: Vote For ParmenterHe
year: 51 six monthsOutside

VAN I-I. PRIEST STORE rIs .\tt
j trade area: 114 Is Qualified Honest & Concerned
\per year: Sl.disis: months
Ready For BACK rro SCHOOL Again ,y""
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This Is The 51st Year

And Tire Assortment Is Tire Best YetI! NOTICE


CHECK THESE SPECIAL BUYS



40 Count c-:4: WRITE OF TAX INCREASE


'VRITE RIGIIT RIGHT


THEME BOOK l- FILLER The City Of Hampton Proposes



I :3ge \\\W\ 300 Codnt3Hirlg 88e To Raise Your Property Taxes



I _: A Public Hearing On The Increase

BIC SCHOOL


II ti VINYL Reg. 59' Ea. SPECIAL Will Be Held Tuesday August 17 ,

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BINDER

h. I rfti Now Ink Pen 2 Ea. At 25' 50 '

t 98 e C Auditor Pen 1 Ea, 49' At 7:30: P.M.

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t: I 99' Value In The Hampton City Hall


: i Boy's & Girls READY TO WEAR


I Girls No Iron Dresses 3 6x 411S To 1791i Explanation : Because of a slight increase in tax

i Girls No Iron Dresses 7 14 1591 To 198 .,,14 assessment values in the City of Hampton, the city can

Petite Juniors and Misses Dresses, Assorted Styles 11 OIlS To 1148 .
raise the same number of tax dollars in 1976-77 with
Back To School Pocket Books 1"8 And Up

Misses Printed Shirts '298 And Up t slightly less millage. To raise the same amount of tax


0\11-; : NOW WIIII.E: SEI.ICTIO\: : ; : GOOD cif dollars in the coming yea the city would have to levy


GirlS Panty Hose 59'. 89' And slop 2.923 mills, slightly less than the 3.0 mills levied last
Underwear Of All Kinds For Boys And Girls 1

"-..,,HCIn.PlerChlefS': Hose Shoe Strings And All The Little Things Needed year. However, the city is required to levy at least three". .
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i, ] Ijf. \ Boy's Jeans Size 6.18'39 To 5595H71
I '- I thus the city will incur a very slight tax increase in 1976-
/ / -J Boy's Knit Pants 6.18 16118 1l.

'< J--J Men's No Iron Shirts 1391 And Up 77. Though the increase will be hardly noticeable on tax

\ y nr- Men's Knit Pants '811S
l. bills, the city is required to label it a tax increase and ad-

VAN PRIEST CO.
< l\\ vertise that it is raising property taxes.

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Sunday: Sunday School HERBAL' ESSENCE KLEENEX
9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship ALI9IHll
Deacon Election. 11 a.m.; NON- re
Church Training, "Sunday ASPIRIN I SHAMPOO FOIL 200 a. FACIAL
School at Work, 6:15: p.m.; PAIN THREE TYPES YOUR ;. ,'
Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. TISSUE
CHOICE LIMIT ONE
Monday: Youth Choir 7 I RELIEVER ; REG 39" EA.-LIMIT TWO

p.m.Wednesday: Sunday School Sa1eNon AsWtf a IlEtbal : :
Worker's Met, GA's RA's. ',
Acteens, World Friends andMission : ,. .
Friends, MW(
6:45: pm.; '
"Hour of Power," 7:30: p.m.;
Adult Choir 8:13: p.m. ,. F
Thursday: Visitation 9.30: 100 '

a.m.; Visitation 7pm. CT. :: .. .
Friday: Sunday School Mini
Conference at Lake Vale, '
LIMIT ONE ;. LIMIT TWO
Aug. 20-21.(
Saturday: Bus Ministry
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Sunday: 9:45: a.m., Church THREE SPEED20"FAN COPPERTONE sELF-PROPELLED 'j, I
OSCILLATING ..
School for all ages; 11 a.m.. ,I

Snack provided Morning Supper Worship; 6 Nancy p.m.-, Nursery Robertsand UMYF 16" FAN .' .: % :': SUNTAN LOTION ''; POWER MOWER --GRASS-

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; 3.5 Briggs& Stratton cycle motor
Sue Winkler; 6:30 p.m.. (I:, BLADE Adjustable height from IV
r'i 5 cutting
UMYF! Itll<
Meeting and Recrea t CATCHER
3" 139 88
; Regular
SAFETY '
tion. ; iGoppeitonelSiintan 8 OZ, 9 .
Wednesday: 7:30: p.m.. 3488 .1 GRILLS LIMIT 19 REG.
Chancel Choir Rehearsal. n = REG. 22 99 ONE 8
9
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St. Murk's 3 speeds with fingertipcontrol. lotion '
.Whisper quiet ,_
Episcopal Church optrttion..T.mlJer.p.oof ;,
grill. ,
Sunday: 8:30: a.m., Holy REG. $]9.99 :.
Eucharist.Eucharist; 10 a.m.. Holy '; GASOLINE ASSORTED

POLAROID PROCTOR = POWER EDGER COLORS''

Madison' Street SUPER SHOOTER TOASTER/OVEN =: CREST 2 H. P. Briggs& Stratton motor. WITH ZIPPER
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Church Makes lawn edging t pleasure I
Baptist CAMERA MODEL -_ TOOTHPASTE ': not a chore.

Charles R. Swartz, pastor. 0404 VINYL
Sunday: Sunday School. BUILT.INFtASH ', ,
9:45: a.m.; !Morning Worshipand 8888
AND DIFFUSER
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Children's Worship at 11, 7 OZ TOTE BAG
ELECTRIC EYE
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Church Training 6:15: p.m.
REG OR
AND SHUTTER .. y 89
Evening Worship 7:30: p m. MINT ;, 15" SIZE
Tuesday: Bible Study, 10 REG 10997 88
a m ft LIMIT ONE REG. 5.99 3
Wednesday: Family Night REG 9 7 FULL RANGE j .; THREE
Supper 6:30: ; Youth Choir 22 BAKING AND WHEELS
Practice; !Mid-week Prayer 25.95 POP UP TOAST :;
Service, 7:30: p.m.; Adult ING \s 16 INCH "E.V.". 5.88
Choir Practice 8:30: p.m.
Thursday: Sunday School t 17 INCH BE. .9.99. 7.88
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meeting for Division directors : 1 ,
7:30: p.m. DRY f MOUNT by Dater Pik" \ ..." ,

SIYHS.lISS10SARY: PHOTO ALBUM SHOWER It ; :: RAID 1 '! SHELLHOUSE !

BAPTIST Corner of CHURCH W. Pratt NO PASTE I MASSAGER i! ,BRUT 33 ANT & ROACH I -_ &
and Myrtle Street
OR GLUE 1'--
Sunday: Sunday School, 10 REG $19 95 KILLER
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SPLASH-
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night services, 7 pm. / I :' 41 .
Delivers
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ing. 7:30: p m. 169 ; C:1I: c with pulsating -, LOTION .; SPRAYREG q
Elder T.C. Williams .P e. bursts that soothe r' ''* 1 109 ,,,,, REG. 99
Welcome. & 7 OZ -LIMIT 1 '
Pastor. Everyone stimulate. SM 2 $1 .49 ..; 1 69
resurrection\Ve preach the, and death coming burial ..

again of the Lord Jesus Christ. SYLVANIAFLASHBAR r GOLDEN TIPTEA -


First' Christian "': :, :i. .,.; ;. .:. ': ::': :': :: ': ': ; 24-INCH, PORTABLE

Church FLASHES'GUARANTEED' BAGSBOX iEA6AGS .; BAR- -QU GRILL

OF 100INDIVIDUAL 5OZ. '
Starke.Florida
Invites you to worship and T 9 WITH USE ,. BAGS DIAL '
fellowship with us. Jim Love 1 FLASH 99 MAKES DELICIOUS
;Minister. BAR TEA HOT OR COLD VERY DRY SOLID 8 8 PERFECT SIZE FOR BACKYARD
Sunday: Bible Study, 9:45: CAMERA REG. 1 19 .' 8 OR PATIO, FOLDING
a m.lormng; Worship, 10:45am. :
.; Youth Meeting, 6pm.; ; LEGS, 4 POSITION GRID LEGS
Evening Worship, 7 p.m. MEN'S WITH SCENTED FOLD FOR
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Wednesday: Bible Study COLLAR alai UNSCENTED ; REG 1088 STORAGEtnYliRT
and Prayer 8 p.m. FOR YOUR 4 BUTTON OR 99 ,'
DOG OR PLACKET HERBAL

Adventist Church \ CAT! KNIT '. -' LIMIT ONESOLID" 15 QT. MOLDED PLANO, 3-TRAY

Sets Bible School
The Starke Seventh-Day VAPORETTE ICE TACKLE BOX
SHIRTS 4
Adventist Church on S230ABethel
( Baptist Church ;' LIFETIME LATCH-3 TRAYS
FLEA COLLAR
!Hood), is sponsoring a VacatIOn '' CHEST 25 COMPARTMENTS #6300N
Bible School Aug: 16-20. REG 8 8 ',;.
Planned for children aged 5- KILLS FLEAS UP 4.99 3ASSORTED ;: ; Moldedolhlghden.
classes will include stories TO 3 MONTHS utv.polyithyUnt.Ideil 9
crafts, games and prizes. 66 .chest for picnic' 79
964-5836.For more information, call REG. 99' COLORS THERAGARDS 'M'VITAMINSMINERALS .; oreuting.

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Obituaries PLANTERS 2 LADIES : CHOICE OF REG,
l 100 +; .$999 APRICOT ORAVOCADO 11 ss
John W. Thomas,85 POLY Th ds TABLETS ,
SUNFLOWER -
TWIST i.1 LIMIT ONE '
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Route 2, Starke, died in the NUTS SANDALS ,,q .
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Kentucky Born October Mr. Thomas 22, 1890,had in o 9 SUNFIOWE. COOL COMFORTABLE 299B .. ? ;. :... :, r.... ::' COMBO REG. $15.9B '
1 WITH SLING BACK 6/4 foot fast taper 8 8
lived in Starke since 1950 .,' tubular,2'piece fiberglass 12
here from Nashville
coming retiresawmill ; : rod. Reel has
Tennessee. He was a '. : multiple disc drag
fireman and a member system.Dr.Qiatelier.s'.
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Church of Starke. ...
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Griffis of Jacksonville; a sister S..1W1N. .+ 119 .. film and prints, buy two rolls of
Mrs. Bertha Karr of aU"StOES p" WpNfi ." r Kodacolor or Mack and white, for
Texas; a brother. Herman .. < LIMIT ONE srAOe w ,.. th..lIri..o'TODAY'AND/.EVERYDAY one...
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Funeral services were held %

Sunday DeWitt,C.August Jones Chapel 8. in with the ii'JI1 .::5r., OPEN DAILY 9-9 OPEN SUNDAY 10-7 PRICES GOOD ONE FULL WEEK! TH1)RS.) Aug. 12 THRU WF". Aug. 18'I" e '


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Pages TELEGRAPH August 12.1976


BC Administrators Actually Get 16 Percent Pay IncreaseDid


Bradford County School Hull assistant principal at the position currently paying $3,065 raise over last year's annually. principal and that positionnow Elementary- paid $19,235 last received 'a $2,664 raise over
administrators receive an 11- middle school, resignedleavingopenthe513,92SSalary $17,660, while another BHS $15,815 salary, and that A $2,615 raise went to the pays$18,850 per year. The year. last year's $15,000 salary for.
percent or a 16-percent salary : assistant principal received a position now pays 518 880 Starke Elementary School principal's position at Starke Southside Elementary's that position, to $17,664. >.
increase for the 1976-77 school of coordinator of special $2,673 increase to $18,280 from principal received a $3,545 The operations director for
year? projects which has been last year's 15605. salary increase over last schools
Bradford County was
The answer is apparently spread over the remaining 16 Board Of Adjustment Denies Its Only[ Tax Appeals year's 16235. to a present awarded a $3.380 raise over
both. positions.School. The Bradford Middle Schodl salary of $19,780.Brooker last year's$17,000 salary, with
New monies going into Board member principal will receive$19,780 Elementary's that position now paying
administration 11 Gaskins The Board of Adjustment denied automatically.The the current had to be
$30,209 or Arthur R. quizzed salary this year, up $2,285 appeal will receive a $17,640 $20,380 annually.
percent. But total raises going fellow board members during from last year's $17,495. denied two property appraisement Desert Isle Motel on US- denied.An principal this $2,035
to the 16 administrators Monday night's meeting, after appeals Monday one of 301 north of Lawtey,owned by salary year up A $3,380 raise was awardedto
currently on the payroll he checked the figures and The Bradford Middle them because the appealing the New Life Temple was exemption request was from last year's raise $15,605.A went to the the county's curriculum
excluding the superintendent found that Die percent total School's assistant principal party never showed up. seeking exempt status as a necessary because property $3,275 School director over last year's
total $44,134, or 16 percent. increase approved i by the was awarded a $2,420 raise religious organization The appraised for the owner as of Hampton Elementary $17,000 salary. The positionnow
The and that positionnow
Last year there were 17 board for administrative over last year's $15,395 with two appeals were the motel was bought in April January 1 of the assessment principal pays an annual salary of
administrators in the salaries for the upcoming that position now paying 'an only ones out of approximately 1975 for $114,000 from Carl year In this case, Harris was pays$18.880. The position 20380.
Bradford school system. Joe year, actually worked out to a annual salary of $17,813. 8,500 property apprai Harris and the profits go to the still the owner of record paid $15,605 last year.
sals handled this by the The $304,189 budgeted for
I or $2.758 annual year temple.To according to the assessment.
16-percent The Lawtey Elementary
property appraiser's office. administrative salaries for
average increase per person.Gaskins' TheVo-Tec11 School director School principal will earn a the 1976-77 school year does
Legal; statement will earn a $20,380 salary this Gilbert Nelson, appealingthe receive taxememptstatus Board of Adjustment members $18.260 salary this year, an not include the superintendentof
prompted fellow board however the temple are Rodney Hall and Pat increase of $2.340 over last
year up$2,885 over last year's assessed valuation of school's salary, which is
Charles. Schaefer, Mayor- member J. T. Parrish the to $17.495 salary for that $22,553 on his home on south would have had to file an Spengler of the school board year's 15920. for that paid by the state. Bradford
I comment, "I 1 was under .
position. SR-100 the exemption between Januaryand and George Roberts Dave position.The
of the City of was not present at County's school
Commissioner that
we were
Starka, Florida by virtue of the voting impression on an 11-percnet The Vo-Tech School board meeting. Under Florida March of the assessmentyear Shuford and E.W. Hodges of Director of Business for superintendent earns an
Authority vested to me by law, raise. Both Gaskins and assistant principal received a law, such an appeal has to be which was not done so the county commission. Bradford County schools annual salary of 23535.

do hereby call a First Primary Parrish cast dissenting ballotsin
Election to be held at the Fire the board's 3-2 decision to
Station in the foresaid City by award the county's school
qualified voters on Tuesday, administrators a $30,209 total
September 14, 1976, A.D., for salary increase on July 22.
the purpose of electing the following Although Gaskins' question
officers: sparked some debate, it failed WE WANT
to result in any board action
GROUP 1 during Monday's meeting."Its .
ONE COMMISSIONER TWO all public, I've got

YEARS GROUP3 Jockel Superintendent nothing said to hide.Tuesday Richard" School H.in FA I R YOU TO

ONE COMMISSIONER TWO explaining the matter to .
YEARS Telegraph reporters. He said I!>
the $30,209 figure did
GROUPS represent an approximate) 11- SUPERMARKETSClip

ONE YEARS COMMISSIONER TWO $273.980 percent total paid increase out over the in The ValuableCoupons 31 OFF 67*:, OFF

salaries last
administrative
TERMS OF OFFICE year.Jockel. in this Ad & P 5 LB BAG b I I ALL VEGETABLE 3 LB CAN i
CHANGING LENGTH OF pantry '-d e
presented an I I I '
TERMS OF CITY CLERK, CHIEFOF itemized listing of Save Up To... O V CRISCO:
POLICE AND CITY COMMISSIONERS administrative salary totals : 781PURE
SUGAR i i i
FROM TWO for both the 1975-76 and 1976-77 SHORTENING trr"N
YEARS TO FOUR YEARS BEGINNING school (Editor's Note: $1 QA !
years. 101.COurOM PANTKy PRICE' OH a a roots WIO AUG.II. WITH. THIS COUPON AT PANTHT MIDI OH O d use{WIO AUO 11.TMNI I
OCTOBER 1977. this information was not WID AUG' It 17. IIMIT. .. 1 or OCH CINTSOF'COUPON WITH A.7'M"U..J L WID AUO IB 178 LIMIT' Of tCM CINTS O"COUFOH WITH. *.T SO 0: )
available at the July 22 W V.JAIL'S OHOIN PRODUCTS EXCLUOttO .MORI rood OBDIH TQIACCO mODUCTS CKCLUDf .
(VOTE FOR EACH OFFICE SEPARATE - Ew - -ww - Ew - Ew Ewe
meeting.) It shows that 17 t
) administrators were paid
CITY CLERK salaries out of last year's
FOR A Four Year Term ( I .
$273,980 total,while this year's a ALL ITIU1 AND PHICif GOOD WIO.AUO II THRU
AGAINST A Four Year Term budgeted $304,189 will be usedto WIO.AUGUST 1*. 1.T. OUANTITV HWMTS RUfRVIO
I I pay 16 administrators one +

less than last year. ....... .... .. ,
CHIEF OF POLICE \
The awardedin COMPARE ..
total amount .0. "'., ..'0 Ddltantt COMPARE r.:..K'rwro
FOR A Four Year Term I I raises for the county's 16 / r SqA/YE
AGAINST A Four Year Term r rlwm >t>n nu cMixed
school administrators for the '
roN M|MTRT N7 [
. I I Vegetables 4/1/ 1.
1976-77 year was 44134. Toaster Pastries 49 2' 1 R1
However, the position deleted ruin NNI (in ui
3CITY COMMISSIONER from this year's M""w's i' 1 '-' Coffee Creamer sht 20
FOR A Four Year Term ( I administrative salary budget 1'a : tar rwmrwt
AGAINST A Four Year Term paid an annual salary of Mum PtiM IN + 5'71 79t '
'
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I ) $13,925. The $30.209 figure Dip N' Chips '
approved by the school board r' Ital i
INSPECTORS FOR SAID ELEC for administrative salary Sweet t Peas 51/ 1 2S SAYE a SAYE
TION EveryDayLowPriceDelMonte
: increases was obtained by ts 59t
nNwrn PM KI mi HIM
Peggy Shaller subtracting the $13,925 from Breakfast Drink J 139
Ms. J C. Dukes the $44.134 total.
Louise W. Tenley Jockel explained that the )hj ItlUMI
Barbara Vdlmski county's Special Project Pink Detergent 3/M/ 1 Ir
Bobby Fay, Chaff Coordinator position will not PARKER LABEL 19 OlflOII CUT GREEN
Mefill Struth be filled this year. The Charcoal Lighter Fluid 3/M/ 1r'
Rut* Hawed position was vacated by'Miss
Diane ;Tierney Myrna Lou Rahn who was IUU KM 65MM BEANS
Ella Mae Chdstain appointed assistant principalat Salad, Olives COMPARE 011,1 uw a1r.r.r uerv rer w Yr/ro
.
Polly HoltonALTERNATES the Bradford Middle School lam It ClIO ;
69 "' ""'w""" .
following the resignation of Trash Bags 2/89t.
Fruit Drinks /
FOR SAID Joe Hull. Miss Rahn will l ww1,?M 28oz
ELECTION continue to assume special Pork & Beans 4$1pwrar / '" w rwm ItEt 69t 20' CAM 3lPEAS
projects coordinator mi urn. I UTI lit st n Black Pepper
sheltie Gale responsibilities, while servingas Paper Towels 2/89/ r IMI riNiiT mi .
Grace Jordan $ .
assistant principal at the Iced Tea Mizu' M2S
Mrs. R 0 Dansby :Middle School. Jockel said.
Margaret Williams Under the recently
In Testimony whereof I here approved administrative ion to' m' ii' ru iii
unto subscribe my name and salary schedule the principal MY TV ME
cause the Seal of the town to be of Bradford County High PANTRY PftlDf Pantry Pride SCA CALL NIBLETS
hereunto affixed this the 11th School will receive an annual .::. GRATEDTUNA LEMON Chicken & CORN
lay of August 1976. A.D salary of $20,680 up $2,030 Tea Bags ICED TEA Dumplings
from last year's $18,650 for -CORN MM MML
SUCAU Sur.ARltSS
Charles .J J Schaefer Mayor that position.A too "
Commissioner Bradford }High assistant r I COUNT 3/l
ATTEST Merrill Edwards, City principal received a $2,895 OX PACK
Clerk salary increase over last
8 12 4tchg 9 2 year's $14.765. with that


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Augult 11,1171 TELEGRAPH Pages


We Rebuild COMMUNITY NEWSDell BY Elizabeth Given,Walker


Chapter Weekly services began with Greater Bethlehem Freewill Church of God It Holiness Sunday School at io a.m. The building activity is in
Starters Generators 168 OES choir rehearsal Saturday Baptist Church, Rev. Inc., Elder I.Z. Montgomery, Lovefeast service. at 4 p.m. progress. All members are
Dell Chapter 168 OES will night at 8 p.m. Sunday ser Jasper Williams, pastor. Ser Sr.overseer; Elder J. Osgood, ML Morlah activities as asked to cooperate with the
not meet in the month of vices will begin with Sunday vice activities as follows: pastor. Service activities as follows: Choir rehearsal fund raising activity for the'
Alternators August. The next meeting will School at 10 a.m. Morning Wor- Monday night the Tiny Tots follows: Weekly activities Tuesday night at 7 p.m. for success of the work.
be held September 9, the ship at 11 a.m. and Usher Board No. 2 Met Monday evening at 7:30: Choir No. 2. Prayer Meetingat Plans are in the making for
second Thursday in Sept The First Born Church of 7:30.: Tuesday night of each Prayer Band Thursday 7:30.: Sunday School will the annual Men's Day acti-
ember. All\ members are The Living God Elder S.V. week Prayer Meeting at 7:30. evening at 7:30.: Miracle begin services Sunday at 10 vity. Chairman Ira Leggettand

for cars, trucks, heavy equipment asked to please be present. Cohens, pastor. The Weekly Every Wednesday night Prayer Meeting. Sunday a.m. Morning Worship at 11 Co-Chairman Hembrick
services began Tuesday night Senior Choir rehearsal. service will begin with church a.m. Administrative Board Morris are very desirous of
you name it. CARD OF TIIANKS PrayerServiceat7:45.: Friday Thursday night 7:30: Story School at 10:15.: Morning Wor- meeting at 3 p.m. The United the cooperation of every
Words cannot adequately night Tarrying Services. Sun- Hour at church. The Ladies ship at 11 a.m. Evening Worship Methodist Women will meet at member to make this effort a

express our deep appreciation day service will begin with Circle will meet at the home of at 3:30: p.m. Everyone Is 4 p.m. success.
for the many acts of kindness Sunday School at 10:30.: Home Mrs. Allen at 7:30.: Friday the welcome. The Church of God In Christ Sunday services will begin
B&MStarter shown to use during our recent Mission at 11:30: a.m. YPCW 6 Junior Choir will rehearse at 6 Pleasant Grove and Ml.Mori Service activities Friday with Sunday School at 9:45.:
bereavement. For food, p.m. and our exchange service p.m. The Prayer Band will ah United Methodist night Prayer and Pastorial Morning Worship at 11 a.m. At
flowers, cards and prayers with Gainesville Church. meet at the home of Mrs. Church Parish Rev. Willie Prayer and Teaching by Elder 3 p.m the Choir Union will be
& Generator we are deeply greatful. A spe Visitors are always welcome. James Prince at 7:30.: Friday Stitt, pastor. Weekly services D.R.Williams.There will be a held In Lake Butler The
cial thanks to the doctors and New Hope Baptist Church also. Saturday noon dinners began at Pleasant Grove with business meeting imme- pastor and congregation will
nurses of Bradford County Rev. L.VV. Mosely, pastor. will be sold from the church the Young Adult Choir diately after this service. Sun- render service in Alachua, at
238 E. Washington St. Hospital.. and a1the\ Revival will start Monday kitchen. Sunday is Pastorial rehearsing every first and day services will begin with St. Luke's AME Church Rev.

employees for their concern. night,Aug 30-Sept.3, after the Day Sunday School at 9:30.: second Monday night at 7:30.: Sunday School at 9:30.: Morning Reed, pastor.IN .
Behind Greyhound Bus Station May God bless you all. fifth Sunday, with Rev Hen Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Tuesday night the Young Worship Missionary acti-
-The Walker Family derson preaching nightly Dinner will be served at 12:30.: Junior Choir rehearses at 7 vity with Missionary Evenlyn MEMORYIn
Operated by Ed Green through Friday night The Evening Worship at 6 p.m. p.m. Wednesday night Prayer Taylor in charge at 11::30 a.m. remembrance of our
CHURCH NEWS public is invited to attend The public is always welcome. Meeting. Thursday night YPWW at 5 p.m. Tuesday at mother Margaret Albert
4 T'Chq 8/19 Ml. Pisgah A.ME: Church. Choir rehearsal will be held God's Miracle & Deliverance Prayer Meeting at 8 p.m. Sun 7:30: Bible Band with Mother McCloud who passed away
Rev. John Farmer pastor. Saturday night, Aug. 14. Outreach for All People day services will begin with Daisey Jones in charge. The August 14, 1974. Sleep on dear
public is cordially Invited. mother, it is God who thought
Elder D.R. Williams pastor. best to take you from this

ABOUT OUR BEEFWHEN Philadelphia Baptist world of sorrow To a lovely
Church Rev. Willie May- place of rest. Day by day we
berry, pastor. Sunday School strive to meet you In that fair
YOU BUY OUR BEEF, YOU CAN REST ASSURED FOOD will begin at 10 a.m. Morning heavenly Home.
THAT IT HAS UNDERGONE ALL THE PROPER GOVERN-
Worship at 11 a.m. Evening -Mrs.Elnora Cannon
MENTAL CHECKS AND CARRIES THE PROPER GOVERN- The
3
Worship at p.m. publicis
03332O MENTAL SYMBOLS TO ASSURE THAT IT IS WHOLESOME.BUT Invited In all
vices. to Worship ser Blye-Carter

OUR BEEF HAS SOMETHING ELSE GOING FOR IT
Ebenexer and Bethel
SOMETHING YOU CAN'T GET ANYWHERE ELSE. OUR Wedding Set
FAIRSUPERMARKETS Baptist Churches, Rev L.R.
QUALITY INSPECTION-THE FIVE POINT CHECK THAT
Davis Service activi-
,
ASSURES YOU THAT YOU'LL ALWAYS GET MORE JUICY, pastor. Deacon and
Mrs. A.C.
TENDER ties as follows\ : Ebenezer Car-
FRESH MEAT FOR YOUR MONEY.GOVERNMENTAL -
INSPECTION STANDARDS MAY CHANGE, BUT Church weekly services began ter announces the approaching
OURS NEVER DO. with Bible Class Tuesday marriage of their daughter -
night at 8 p.m. Thursday night Darlene, to Raymond
< OFF YOU SEE, WE HAVE OUR OWN PACKING HOUSESOUR Prayer Meeting. Sunday ser Blye on Friday,August 27, at 7
OWN MEAT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM OUR OWN MEAT vices will\ begin with Sunday p.m. in the Greater Bethle ,
I WAREHOUSES. AND AT EVERY STEP OF THE WAY, FROM School at 10 a.m. Morning hem Freewill Baptist Church. !
I FEEDLOT TO MEAT COUNTER.OUR INSPECTORS STAND Worship at 11 a.m. Evening Miss Carter is a student of
I ANY SIZE I GUARD TO ASSURE THE FRESHNESS AND QUALITY OF we are pleased" to accept Worship at 6.30: p.m. nursing at Santa Fe Community
I THE CORN FED BEEF WE BRING YOU. New Bethel weekly services College Gainesville. Mr.
DOZEN EGGS i FOOD STAMPCOUPONS began with the Deaconesses Blye is employed at the Florida -
I SO ANY TIME ANY PIECE OF OUR MEAT YOU BUY iJr1Y meeting Tuesday evening. State Prison as a correctional -
DOESN'T PASS YOUR INSPECTION FOR ANY REASON I officer.
.Twn COUrOM AT f Meeting and Bible
AMTDV MUM OK O/d TOR W O AUa II.TMIU Prayer
L no,Aua is, r..uurr i or IACM CINTI or*COUPON WITH A*r.M on-.J WHATEVER.YOU CAN RETURN IT AND GET FULL REFUND. Study Wednesday evening. The public is invited to
MORI FOOD 0010.TOUCCO rttODUCTt UCUIMD. OUR BEEF IS 100% GUARANTEED.
attend.
..
will conclude
services
---- - -- - Sunday
with Sunday School at 10 a.m.

The True Church of God in
Unity, Elder Sampson White, BROOKERIN
Bargains in Meat i pastor. Service schedule as
follows\ : Tuesday night
BRIEFBy
ALl I7IMI AND MICA OOOO O AIM.11 TMMIwio
/ .,Auamr M ISTa ouAirrmr 0 manr RIMIIVID.COMPARE Prayer Meeting. Wednesday
night Tarrying service. Friday -

COMPARE :o:nK1Y. 'uro: SAYE ; -....-.-.. --wnIMIIS -. night Bible Study. Sunday Jeannette Prescott
School will start services Sun-
/ MMIM it '''? mr muni 120 II FowlerPrescottFamily
day at 10 a.m. Morning Worship b
M58
California Steak a'l K>i iw CHOI IHMI iMnmu win Reunion
I ; :"A79t' : ::aChuck at 11 a.m. Evening Worship The Annual Fowler-Pres-
Combo
mm 1 1 in r HOTCTII OAK MI Fryer PkgjyJL'II .at 6 .
p.m.St. :
Eye Fillet Steak,.S1" .>? .....ulln.HAM M Johns Missionary cott family reunion has been
9at .,. changed this year. It's to be
1 m t HtftOII CM III Beef Chuck Steak Baptist Church. Rev. Willie held at the Community Center ,
Chuck Pot Roast u1" "' O mm tiuiu Huffman pastor. Service i
B O ... in Brooker Sunday August 15. I
eel Burgers $259 activity as follows: Weekly
O Anyone may come as earlyas
G O services began with t'rayer
1 UMMII lfVMI If I II Ml" 10 a.m. Please plan to joinus

Super Discount SAVE 1 SAVE Sliced Beef Liver II 59 t 10" noon.Band Wednesday meeting Monday at 5 p.m at and bring a covered dish.

11 20 ....
11 MftVlMMUt .IIIIICI\ 'IJtt Ml '
Bible Class and Prayer meeting
Personals
American Cheese EHmi r 98 held.
combine was Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Polk
CENTER CUT BEEF inn I ifti.ru day at 5 p.m. Choir rehearsal. and children, Darrell. Randy
6at ., Friday night at 7:30 the Able
Skinless Franks Michell and Johnny, are visit-
SIRLOINSTEAKS Gospel Singers from Gainesville -
their Mr. and
11An u.I YPs.a Iw'tSmoked ing parents. '
Sausage will appear at St. John Mrs. Ocie Vann in Polk City
5V'a Church. Everyone is invited to this weekend.

:2% Low Fat orHOMOGENIZED L Lykes k Grill Franks : attend. Mrs. Lizzie home Prescott with her returned -

Is m T ND am Alan NOTICE:! children. Mr. and Mrs.
Cubed Chuck Steak II S161 10' Mt. Sinai Executive Board Charles Truett and children.
MIL K
U.S. GOV T Mum nut n will meet. in Gainesville Angie. Kevin and Debbie to
INSPECTEDCORN Sliced Bologna 89tlO': August. at Friendship Bap- spend last week visiting relatives -
tist Church. All members and
9 and friends
FED in Georgia
ONE $15 IMS*MM rMBoston board members are asked to .
99t.. She returned home Sund.tAug. .\.
GALLON Butt Roast please moderator. Rev L.K 8Happy.
.
Davis
Birthday to: Irving
Greater Allen Chapel AMK.:
u io it io is io' to' Church, Kev K.G. Hvastie. Hodge Claude- August Prescott 17.Is laved up

BONELESSROUND FYNE SflUD FRESH PORK pastor. Service activities as with his back. We wish him a
follows services
> : Weekly
SLICED OLEOQUARTERS Neck Bones Meeting speedy recovery.
SHOULDER Tuesday night. Prayer Weare glad to have Mr. and

STEAKS BACON or Pig Feet bined.and Class Meeting com- Mrs. A.L.Green and Joe home
alter a month's vacation in the
44 western U.S and the Canadian .
Obituaries Rockies. Tht'Y'sea.
tioned in Yellowstone
1'i JenniferSimsJennifer National Park Jasper. Banff
ya and the Peace River ValleyOn
.I the way home they visited 1
M. Sims age 3 their John Green and his
son
Bargains in Produce Bargains in Bakery fit months, died Thursday at Ft. family in Dryden. Ontario. e

PICK Belvoir, Virginia. She was Niagara Falls and Washington
PANTRY PRIDE
FLORIDA.SAVE 20' 12 FOR I1w1 born May 3. 1976. D C
YOUR HOMESTYLESANDWICH or la .r, Survivors include her parents Marynn Rogers of CJuincv
FRESH LIMES 49* GOLDEN OWNS Mr. and Mrs. John Simsof is spending some time with ,
Washington. D.C.; one bro- her Mrs. TO
FRESH BOILING. SAVE 18PEANUTS grandmother 'I'
*" BREAD 144 ther, John C. Sims IV; paternal Rogers. Her !sister-m.laws.!
YELLOW
> u. FOR rr 1 grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie: Lee Davis of
e Mrs. John G. Sims of Seneca. Brooker and Mrs. Effie, Mae

SAVE BANANAS 16oz 4Iv South Carolina, and maternal Wheaton: of Apopka. visited
LOAF grandmother Mrs. Eunice with them Sunday afternoon.
Searing of Starke. Aug SMr. .
Funeral services were held and Mrs. Wilson and
11 It [ ryP SWEET JUICY 15 Crosby Lake Cemetery with Michelle of Memphis, Tenn. r
PECAN Rev. Travis Kimbril officiating
short :
recently a
were visiting
CaliforniaNECTARINES POUND DINNER CINNAMON DeWitt C. Jones Funeral time with their aunt and :ii i

ENROLLS Home arranged the local ser uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Evan "
t1 TWIRLS vices. (lIod es. They also had their i

grandchildren. Jimmy and ""
MOUNTAIN GIIDWN
U. S. NO. 1 a 3/l Clara WilliamsClara Bobby Gnann of Jacksonville '
I BARTLETTPEARS WHITEPOTATOES FRESH visiting them last week. Their .

CARROTS PANTS HIM' IHll Williams of Lake But great granddaughter. Teena !.
ler died Friday night, Aug. 6. Hunt of Gainesville joined
( Size Bread 1 10-
King 3/M/ in the Veterans Hospital in them for the weekend Also

POUND Till 'ACUUDutch Gainesville after a brief ill- their daughter :Mrs. Doris
Snyder, of Jacksonville
Pie 79tI to'
Apple ness.Miss Williams was born in visited them over the weekend .
New Paltz N.Y. She lived In .
New Jersey and operated a
HEALTH t BEAUTY AID ITEMS Bat laundry until she retired and {'In'COUNCIL
I SELSUN BLUE LOTIONSHAMPOO OT moved to Miami 20 years ago. The council meeting was not
Miss Williams lived In Lake held Tuesday as originally
SUFFRAGE C Butler for the past five years. scheduled but Is to be held
88 Ss She was a veteran of WW I anda tonight Thursday, at 7:30:

; HAIR SPRAY 13oz CAN 2PSCHICK BLADES PLUS PLATINUM V88 member of American p.m.The
DOUBLE EDGE Legion Post 29 in Miami. public is invited to
attend.
Survivors include a sister,
SCENTED FRUIT OF THE LOOM Mrs. Leona Martin and a
SURE ROLL-ON ft UNSCENTED 99 KNEE HI'S GIRLS FANCY ORLON 99 nephew, Doyle Archer, and Mann-Varnes
2.501 PAIR his family, all of Lake Butler. .Family Reunion
Funeral services were held The Isac Mann-Henry

Sunday, Aug. 8, in the Archer Varnes families joined toge
SCOPE MOUTHWASH 2 Tte 99 HAIR SPRAY VITALIS Sox 77 Funeral Home Chapel with ther in reunion"at Mt. Zion
SUPER HOLD Rev. James Tompkins officiating "Swift Creek, in Union

Burial was Monday, County Sunday, August 8.
SCENTED UNSCENTED Aug. 9. in Hollywood Memorial They reported a very joyous I
t Park in Newark N.J. occasion. Some of the family
ggt pPSODENT T
SUREANTIP ANT CBoaAN -c" eso.TUeeEI; : { members and friends from

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/ ,."."...:-o.-' ".:,.: .>>:...:.:.:.:.....:...:.:.:.: :'.t communities who attend

\ -- -- -- -- --- --- <4 r.Ctrl' | were Mr. and Mrs. A.I. Mann ,
r MAX PAX r Modaf: 1i-----------:11i-----------:: Of Think and children Sandy and I
Cold I In memory of the late Mr: Jimmy, also their sister, Mrs I

I Lii COFFEE I I I I I I II George Goodwine, who Martha Johnson, all of i
FLOUR HAMBURGER or TUNA GRANOLA departed this life two years Brooker; also other children !

I RINGS ,II: I II I HELPERST.SaiPKQ..ALL II I II ago August 1, 1974. and their families Billy and 'J i
LAIN OR SELF RISING CEREALS Asleep In Jesus' blessed Jane Lynn Robbie and Naomi '

24OUNCEWtTM I I 5 LB BAG I FLAVORS II too PACKAGE I sleep, from which none other Hines of Gainesville. Lemuel
I THI COUPON AT VANTNV M I nTH TW I COUPXM AT*AMTH< MIDIon I I .ITM TMlt. COUPON AT PAN1NMq1 ffTM THIS COIirON At MimiT Mb, wake to weep and Elise Griffin of Boll Harmon
00I0DII..0..T._... ... .:J- \ o/.< TOSS.wio.. .AIM.. 11.TwiuID J 0010.0. AIM. II.TNSU 0010.0.1. ,TPUU -Loving wife Irene and Ethel Underhill and '
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Old Courthouse Was Imposing Structure, :' '-f vs Blending HQ Building I


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Standing Alone in Downtown Area in 1906 Second Lieutenant KennethA. Academy parade field in frontof

Cullen,the only graduate of Cullen Hall

f ;''''' 'r' P the Florida National Guard Lt. Cullen entered the
'/f': "In splendid isolation" the burned several years later. Office Candidate School killedin National Guard in 1962 and
old courthouse stands in this Barn-like structure in right ; combat, was memorializedat graduate of the 1965
it was a
foreground is on property f
scene from a 1906 postcard, the Florida National Guard Officer Candidate School.
looking much as it does today, which is now part of the Mag Military Academy (FNGMA) with the 269th
duty
.,. Hotel After
except for the 1936 WPA addition nolia grounds, across at Camp Blanding Saturday, Engineering Company,
from the Florida Bank at
n which now extends on the July 17.The. Florida, Lt. Cullen
i Starke. Chipley,
north
side.
Academy's volunteered for active difty

,., ,,., s ,,. ;,.w The photograph was taken, Due to the sparse surround I ; headquarters building was and was assigned to Fort
irt t ', l 1 looking west, from a point ings, the courthouse presentsa named in honor of the Banning, Georgia, where school.he
about where the Woman'sClub very imposing appearancein Panama City guardsman who completed parachutist
is located today. Court this photograph and was was fatally wounded April, He later volunteered for dutyin
Street had not been opened at undoubtedly "the pride of 1967, while on a search and Southeast Asia and arrived
that time, and the little white Starke" when it was build in clear mission in South for duty in South Vietnam in

I "outhouse" on courthouse 1902 at a cost of 12500.+ Twice Vietnam. He was buried April January 1967.Assigned .
A hM grounds is located near the that much was recently spenton 16 in Panama City. as a platoon

corner now occupied by the restoration of the building's .. .-r.r Dedication ceremonies leader, Lt. Cullen was amongthe
P. old county jail, constructed in exterior. An additional $3,000 the first making the combat
1910. grant has been received from FORESTRY officially renaming Cullen parachute jump in South
building "Kenneth A.
the National Park Service for
Vietnam, He also participatedin
Call east- of the
Street, running Hall" were held in front
restoration work on the inter IN KAIFOR8 and
COUNTY the "Iron Triangle"
side of court-
west along south two-story structure as
ior, but must be matched .
house, appears to be bordered before it can be used. members and families of the "Big Springs" operations.

with young oak trees, and the Richard Academy's Officer Candidate Death claimed the young
large, white frame building at This photograph was the by School Class 16 and 1976 Non lieutenant on a Sunday
far left once served as a hotel, work of Hoover Bros. Studio. Schroeder commissioned Officer Class afternoon while on a search
or boarding house, until it looked on. and clear operation. He was

editorial :J Maj. Gen. Kenneth C. killed by small arms fire.

..... Bullard, FHG Adjutant Lt. Cullen's body was
n General delivered the
TREES AND received In Panama City by a
HAY FEVER dedication address followedby military honor guard April 14.
of the Hall'smemorial
the unveiling
Two days later he was buriedin
ct How responsible are trees plaque by Mr. and with full
Rather Be + : his home town
Safe { 't {' +yv' for hay fever? Mrs. Stephen S. Cullen, Jr., military honors.As .
1 parents of Lt. Cullen.
Hay fever is an allergy that FNGMA headquarters,
tl can be triggered by pollen Prior to the dedication Cullen Hall is the chief

Comments made at a recent City "You don't actually know what's goingto t from grasses, weeds and, of ceremony, Lt. Col! Richard S. administrative center for the

Council meeting indicated that at least happen until you do it," the engineersaid ? rfa course, flowers and trees Pinson FNGMA academy which trains the
Commandant, conducted a bulk of the state military
three members of that body are not com- explaining that testing during a 12- ,,1 So, generally, the hay fever review of both schools on the organization's officer corps.

pletely sold on benefits to be derived month annual rainfall period should answer 7 season Is any season in the

from Starke's proposed 201 sewer and questions about the operational fea + '" year in which species of plants!
that
,J are producing pollen is
waste water disposal project although sibility of the system. toxic or allergyrelated.In .

according to new environmental protection .
regulationsthey have no choice Similar questions about spray irrigating most temperate zones County Agents By ,
asked in other tree pollen is produced in 1
being
are
systems
but to proceed, full speed ahead. Bobby
The Via'
early
early
parts of the state. During the recent spring. spring Notebook
of fever is rather
type hay
During the discussion of the $2.8 legislative session a state representativefrom Phillip and Clarissa Crosby posed with 12 of their 16 children mild and of short duration Taylor

million program, MayorCommissionerCharles Volusia county sought a $750 thou- for this photograph taken around 1938. at the Crosby farm near
Brooker. during an early family reunion Pictured front In subtropical zones, suchas
Schaefer said, "I believe we sand appropriation to finance a study of are
row, from left: Robert G. Crosby, Phillip Abraham Crosby, south Florida, the reverseis
should just sell the government the sew "land spreading" or irrigating in five Clarissa: Bragg Crosby and Lyon B. Crosby. Back row: true. Many trees have fall It's good to get away but it is sometimes difficult when the

age plant The best thing we could do counties, chosen because of their "pre :Nancy C. Gainey, Gertrude C. Waters Mae C. Molt Llllle or summer blooming seasons. also good to get back. This weather is bad because

would be to let the government come in carious surface waters:' Crosby Claude Crosby, Beatrice C. Futch, Ben Crosby, Ardell Melaleuca, the cajeput tree, is was the case as I and my growers don't have an
and take the system over:' Crosby. Eugene: Crosby and Hugh Butler Crosby. The photograph considered one of the sourcesof family spent last week vacationing approved and ellective residual
sewage "We don't want to pollute our water is from the collection of :Mrs. Marian Crosby of Starke. greatest misery in Florida. at Kingsley Lake. It insecticide to break the

This remark was in the realm of wishful supply too close to the surface, and and blooms as many as four was nice to have no particular fly life t'>cle. Most growersare
work their
sanitation
times each The most eating sleeping, or ruling quick step-up -
thinking, of course, as the council research would enable counties to deter- Pro fc; Crosby profuse blooms year.occur duringthe schedule for several days. practices and do everything
well knows that the city is stuck with its mine the long-term effects of land Family rainy season (June The place we rented had no possible to avoid a fly

sewer problem and has been ordered to spreading," the Volusia representativesaid through September) telephone to answer, and was problem.

stop discharging effluent from the plant whether it is safe, "or if its effectsare PlarfsReurtiortAu; ;ttst 15 What other trees contributeto somewhat highway traffic secluded from Speaking/ of poultry, some of

into Alligator Creek by July 1, 1979. ultimately harmful bacteria and/or hay fever? This informationmay our growers are still trying to
virus:' help planners of urban As I said, this was all good, establish some kind of VOice
The city's engineers have recom The 33rd annual reunion of Brooker;; Lyon Crosby, environments to be more but by the end of the week..w and say-so with the companies
mended that the most "cost effective" The five counties were chosen because the descendants of the late Greensboro, Fla.; Gertrude C. careful In selecting species of had been back home several they grow birds! for Presently

plan for disposing of waste water within they had water tables close to the sur Phillip Abraham Crosby and Waters Dundee; Mae C. Mott, trees for streets arid for times to "check" on things, growers have a tremendous
Clarissa M Bragg Crosby of and Beatrice C. Fetch, both of homeowners to be make a few telephone calls investment in build-
Starke's 201 Planning Area would be to facea significant factor, since the 265 Brooker will be held Sunday, Gainesville. The deceased siderate of their neighbors.more con- and see a few folks. We had ings, equipment( and labor and

purchase 265 acres of land on U.S. 301 acres suggested for use south of Starke August 15, at the Lake Butler children are: Clara Bell C. already begun to miss our the companies own the birds

south, using this area to grow hardwood has a water table ranging from three Community Center. Dukes, Robert G. Crosby, Primarily, the chief offenders routine and began thinking and supply the feed, medication

trees for pulpwood, using effluent from feet below grade to ground level, Truman Crosby, Seaborn have been those trees about being back at home and and supervision. The
About 150 people are Crosby, Ben T Crosby, Ardell that produce their pollen in work. ., companies offer a batch by
the plant for spray irrigation to make according to the engineer. He added that expected to attend Sunday's Crosby, Avery Crosby, Hugh catkins, such as oaks, pecans One thing I did
the trees grow faster. cutting additional ditches in the area reunion, which is being spon Butler Crosby, Nancy C. hickory and walnut, says John lake was house flies that much per pound of meat pro
should lower the table to a range of from sored by Claude Crosby of Gainey, and Lillie Crosby. O'Meara Reforestation would come to our snack duced based on a feed conversion
But there are still some unanswered Jacksonville, one of Phillip Florida Divisionof also
four to five feet. He estimated that sub- Supervisor areas at the waterfront. This ratio The companies
this and and Clarissa Crosby's 16 chil- Phillip and Clarissa Crosbywere of
questions concerning project, Forestry, Department reminded that houseflies mandate minimum specification -
ditches should
surface drainage (deeper ) me
Commissioner Marc Jackson voiced dren. married on February 12, Agriculture and Consumer don't need for buildings and equIp-
necessarily
75 cent of the sprayed water 1884 in Bradford County, poultry
carry per Services ment, and also have control of
some of them, asking the engineers if Fourteen of the Crosby's farms or livestock barns to
according to Mrs Marian
back into Creek after
Alligator ( purification feed and medication delivery.
they knew for certain that such a system children survived infancy, Crosby, a daughter-in-law of In many cases, their feed and breed. I mention this
would improve the water quality in by filtering through the sand) and and six of the couple's chil- the late couple, who resides in obvious plus-qualities (suchas because I know a lot of peopleare The poultry grower has
the remaining 25 per cent would be dren are alive today. They Starke. shade nuts or attractiveness seeing flies and immediately little or no say-so in the con
Sampson and Rowell Lakes, which are absorbed by evaporation. Little if any of are: Claude Eugene Crosby, ) m'ay be overriding blaming our poultry tract or management of the

fed by Alligator Creek. The answer was the effluent would seep down into the Marian Crosby, a former factors. The period of pollen producers for the problem. operation (except do the work

something less than positive: "There is he predicted.It :'::::::::{::{::}:'::::::::::}::::}::Y.G.S.'a'ti:::: : :':'tiySJtii:: :::: :::}: :1 supervisor of elections in production of an oak or pecan My point is that all needto as directed by field man) even
underground aquifer, we
no way of knowing for sure until it is SS !$ Bradford County, is perhaps tree is short, in contrast to the be careful and help with though he has such a high investment -
:ii j YETEHr1NSAFFrtIR3: the foremost the our
authority on of
long season ragweed pro- in the business.
tried: is reassuring to know that actual ;;: She fly problems by being as clean (
:: byilliamS.llaas :: Crosby family's history. duction in the fall. And there
construction of the system will not be :: \\' ::|? maintains an extensive recordof are many lurking causes that and sanitary as possible.Our This is just one of the many
The answer did not satisfy Commissioner undertaken until after the 12-month i::: S'eterans5ervkelfficer ;S the family's early history in have nothing to do with plant poultry growers are examples of the farmer or

Jackson, who commented, "To trial, and that the 201 plan must be sent .x Bradford County, including pollen Including dust, mold, constantly aware of the fly food producer being at the
me, it's just throwing money down the several old photographs and and "aromatic emanations"such situation and are mercy of our society even ;
to DER and EPA for review, and to the GI loan eligibility was using every though he is the
drainand it's all taxpayers' money, numerous newspaper as perfume or heavy- means available to them to biggest reason
of the restored to than
Department Forestry, Depart more 12,300 clippings we enjoy some of the
the scented flowers, contends control flies. This control is
whether it from the city or
comes ment of Agriculture, the Soil Conserva veterans and servicemen who O'Meara. cheapest food and highest
federal government:' tion Service, the Department of Ad were released from liabilityfor Phillip Crosby was born in standard of living in the
their former GI loans dur the New River section of Generally, the irritation world
In a later discussion of this point, the ministration, land the Division of ing 1975. Bradford County in 1858, caused by pollen is from the
engineer doing most of the preliminaryplan Archives for their comments before according to Marian Crosby's extremely large quantities of LETTE S My thinking is that our

work on the project told The Tele major construction is started All veterans should request records. He worked on the the pollen dustlike particlesthat farmers should have some
releases when they sell homes passenger boat which tra tickle mucous linings of voice or control of his destiny
graph that there has been no actual field With all of this input, it seems unlikelythat purchased originally with GI versed the canal between the nose and throat. especially if' all other working

testing up to date, but added that the Starke will make a $2.8 million mis loans. Waldo and Melrose as a young Property Issues WarningTo Owner people have a sight to bargain

engineers proposed to use five acres of takeand that is good. At this point, we The reason for obtaining a man, and later worked for the Ironically, some tree species in their chosen vocations. I
the suggested 265, for one-year trial release the railroad which ran from Jack produce enormous quantities The Editor: hope we will see some attention
simply can't afford an error of that mag on mortgage payments sonville south to Waldo, Mrs. of wind-borne pollen, to this problem and
test of their design concepts. nitude. be held is that the seller could Crosby said.Clarissa and yet the pollen is actually In the July 29, 1976 Editionof improvement in the situation
financially liable allergy-free. An outstanding the Bradford Telegraph before too many of our
should the purchaser defaulton Bragg Crosbywas example is the pollen of the you printed several articles farmers lose out.

I. SurvivalAlthough mortgage payments. born in the Monticelloarea Florida pine. Happily for the regarding property owners
Green( The Veterans Administra around 1860, and cameto forest industry, this pollen has who were negligent in main
tion grants releases providedthe Bradford County shortly very little, if any, alergentic taining their properties. Co. D SetsWeekend

veteran's loan is current, before her marriage to Phillip toxicty. I wish to offer the followingas
the Fourth of July parades Soil erosion is a $1 billion a year loss the prospective purchaser is a Crosby in 1884. fever is not a response and a reaction:

have long since passed, and the fire nationally and can be slowed by plant good credit risk with sufficient Mrs. Crosby said the couple: or Hay very well understood a pleasant ail-- To those who are guilty: At

works have faded away, this is still the ing shrubbery, trees, and grass to hold income to meet assumed took up farming soon after ment. Specialists always note Blanding

Bicentennial year, and those who do not the topsoil. Vegetation alone will not mortgage payments. their marriage, buying up that it is a complaint: peculiarto Are you one of the people

feel they have made a contribution hold steep banks in place during a heavy Prior to December 31, 1974, acreage in small parcels, and the human species. Some who"NO are TRESPASSING"guilty of tearing signs down, Unit Starke's, Company National D (Maint Guard! !))

l toward better America and better rain, but leaves will break the veterans could qualify for re eventually accumulatingsome how, in the transition and will
a a plant up of loan 400 acres near Brooker. growth of the brain, a gland throwing trash, bottles, beer 53rd Spt Bn, conduct
storation
way of life for its citizens, still have timeto raindrops, lessening their erosion of the the VA had been eligibility if system that once helped us cans or riding horses on 329 weekend training Saturdayand
relieved
do so. ground. liability and if the of Family and friends are cope more gracefully with our Center St. (In the vicinity of Sunday, August 14 and 15.
propertywas reminded to bring a covered environment the recreation hall and ball at Camp Blanding.
The was superceded
water quality crisis has been disposed of for what was
dish to Sunday's reunion. Further field on Pratt St.) If so,
Survival Bicentennial you
The Green project described by more complicated gray During the weekend train
building up for decades, and is now full as "compelling rea ( information concerningthe have been using my propertyas
is one that concerns itself with the sons." cells. ing, the local unit will make
blown in of the
many areas country. Use upcoming reunion may be a garbage dump-short-cut,
several
environment, and one in which every minimum amounts of water while takinga In that year however, Con obtained by telephoning Al This probably is very little and I resent it. tactical several moves and

man, woman, and child can participate. shower or a bath, and by turning off gress removed the compelling! Crosby of Starke. comfort to the sufferer. But, As a responsible and civic experience problems, The unit aggressor will be

It concerns itself with air, earth, water, the water while shaving or brushing reasons restriction, and a veteran's perhaps it will help others to minded property owner in tested under tactical condi
and sound and calls for home- entitlement may now show regard in their selectionof this I to
sight, teeth. Use detergents city, try maintain this tions on such matters as air
your non-phosphate be restored if the landscape species.
property rental property in a manner attacks
owners,municipalities and other entitiesto ground attacks, communications
check plumbing for leaks, and has been disposed of and the
Blood Tests that will be pleasing to us all. I first
trees and to the ':o y w security
; $
plant shrubbery help loan has been : SY2wk
catch rain for repaid.
water your plants. Offered Free feel that this is important aid and chemical operations.The .
cause along. The Seventh-Day Adventist always, but particularly so in testing is to be conductedby

The downgrading of our surroundingscan The law also provides that PEACE Church will provide free blood this time of our Bicentennial senior officers from the
Clean air is our most vital resource, the original veteran's liability
be reversed history. National
by proper landscaping, will be removed automatic r pressure testing Friday Guard and the regular
and we can live only a few minutes with 13 at Bradford U.S.
by using a litter bag in cars and boats, ally if another veteran purchases August Squarein If you should be the parents Army.
out it, Trees, shrubbery, and other ve and by using living plants in homes and the property and sub The word pay comes from front of Winn-Dixie from 10 of those children who have The
local
sweeten the air by taking in the Latin Pax meaning am. to :3 p.m.Everyone National Guard
getation offices. Trees and shrubbery also serveas stitutes his VA loan eligibility peace Is welcome. been committing these misde unit received a
carbon dioxide and other gases, and re sound barriers around the home, the for that of the seller. by way of pacare. to appease meanors,then you are equally a recent superior audit and ratingon its
Plants also clean the air culpable and liable! I would
leasing annual
oxygen. office training at Camp
streets, and highways -------
by trapping airborne dust and dirt particles strongly suggest that you Investigate Blanding In !May.
to insure that
leaving the air we breathe just a Almost every aspect of Green Survival QR O children are not to blame.your

little bit cleaner.To is touched by the gifts of nature: air Hunter Reunion
milijiitp4BOB This is to advise that
the
earth, water, sight, and sound. All p
"'" authorities have been
help keep the air clean, don't burn to notified Set August 22
depend some extent on green growing regarding these trespassesand
your leaves and yard clippings place trees shrubs Oauwaq other
plants, and grass. C malicious forms of
them in a compost pile where they will 978 G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER conduct. I have tried to be tolerant The annual Hunter Reunionwill

serve a double purpose as mulch, and Green Survival is not something you ION Publisher* in the past of these be held Sunday, August
add humus to the soil. Recycle old wrongdoings; however, in the 22,at the Live Oak Suwannee
news
watch, like 4th of fireworksit's
July Matter Office Starkj Ha
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class at the Post at under future 1 propose to prosecuteall County Recreation Center in
r papers, plant a garden or even a windowbox something you do. So get [in the act and Actof March 3, 1 1879 offenders as the law Live Oak.
and have your car tuned-up two or help make America a more beautiful, Subscription rate in trade area.: *7 per year: $4 six rrantlr.putailsredearea:48peryaer:44.50a&rrwniM. allows. Beware!t

three times a year to keep obnoxious more liveable place during the remain All descendants of William
fumes and gases out of the air. der of this Bicentennial Phone 964-6306: StarVe, Ha. Propertyowner Miles Hunter are urged to
year. J.W. Underhill attend. A basket lunch will be

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Defensive Rebuilding Job (, ill I ,, Grid PractlceBegins MondayBradford



Football head
t 3( '111 '', coach David Hurse has


]Faces Tornado Gridders f.1] "" I.J) August announced football 16 practice and that junior BUS will varsity varsity begin


practice will begin August 21:
.t} ?.1 1 pI Hurse said the first five
"DefenM\el; we've got a behind him Jay will more than experience. Hurse says could experience at linebacker "'111.' 't ." I ,,'T4r days of varsity practice wouldbe

rebuilding job" says veteran hold his own" Hurse says. see a lot of action this fall. :NeelIs came on strong in the spring )/. 1 ,1 y ty, T rw with shorts and no pads

head coach David Hurse of the Keith Carter couldn't be a junior up from the J.\' and did a good job for us." to, Workouts will be on Tuesdays

1976 Bradford High football kept out of the starting line up Kenneth Cruger. 170 pound Coach Hurse notes.> "lx-e has and Thursday beginning .it 9

leamI will begin last season He was starting roved! to be strong the ability to be 1fane\ 2 a.m" and "skull sessions", or
preseason drills August t 15 defensive end until a knee and quid as a cat last season linebacker All he needs to
But five experienced injury) grounded hIm. When Inserted into the game on play the position"Luisre'nce -.,. Wednesdays .and Frid.ivs

lettermen ill return to forma Willie Perry took over kicking situations Cruger's Patrick, a 6.1 1 175- A(. a. Hurse emphasized that

nucleus; around which Carter end post he \won" it for quickness enabled him to pound junior up from the ;I. V "fll persons reporting must\ : have

defensive l'o.l'htak.: Sexton good, one of the pleasant block several punts and extra junior varsity, was a "very f physical examinations before

can build a defense: Returning surprises last season Carter points. As a junior Cruger has pleasant surprise during the 1 practice begins( for both 1 I

will be defensive end Jav came back off the injured the job of filling the shoes of spring Patrick moves well 'l' varsity and junior \'ilrslly I

(iodwm. h.Jane! JlU starting knee and played at tackle, outstanding middle guard and is continuall around the _, squads Medical examination

taikleMartv: Huell.ho: ; will splitting his time between Scott Pooser lost via ball Hurse notes, Patrick is ."I :, forms are available lit I Infield
t be a junior at JW! pounds there and end This coming graduation Cruger backed up probably' working as hard as '.',i .\ t house

Jimmy (Clark )6.2 and 220. who season he's expected to hold Pooser last I season and really anybody' this summer to Hurse added that ainono

will :start at strong!! linebacker down the other defensive end came on strong in the spring improve himself" notes who intends to repent :shouldrun

as well as: at fullback Erie: post opposite Godwin Coach Ilurse note's Hurse a plllniI hil'h the and work nut on weights
will Coach David Hurse uses this board to keep up with the positions of his defensive pla prs. The
Biggs;. 150 and 3.8.I ho Keith has good experienceat "We expect Kenneth to summer work conscious much as possible h"fo"l'pral.t "
as
return at t l'urn"l'b.I'k w here he end since he started there provide up with another lough coach. \\Oll't t miss l11alk..y/ tags with/ the name of a playprrltt..n on them are constantly juggled in the spring) and il'e
begins
:started five games last; before We think he'll go a noseman like we've had tor Also weirkinR\ at linebackerwill summer as the veteran grid mentor tries lo fit the players Into the slots where they'll/ be the

:season" and speitKter; Kt'nnyl'o" good job for us the past three years. tlurse5i1'S. be I Hal Higgmbeitham, a 5- strongest.The .
.\\ IIi;> and59. the fastest, Junior Roland Cummings t IhO.pound junior up from theJ places where there are one tag or maybe two means there' is a hole' to be filled bv. a promising

man on the squad. will returnat will bea third d.'fl'nsl\t'l'nd at Backing up Crugt'r111 be \. Higginbotham was sophomore, perhaps, that unexpected new' player who will turn up in the falls/ often York I raiSophAt
free safetvCc 60dnd 17:> tospellCodwin: and his younger brother. Kelvin injured I the second week of the happens, at a small high school nobody turns up and coaches are forced to moldy el uneil her player |

,1.1 ill :MikeSexton\ always Carter Cummings had a good ('rug.'r.lhocame up from the spring and gut in very little with hard work and determination making up for lack of size and skill.

has an agressive defense I :spring at both tackle and end junior varsity in the spring practice but is a good Tllt'Oludt,11L'lor :

don't'I see this as an exception but more than likely. Horse W ith a lot of hard \ork.. Kelvin defensive linebacker. prospectand position, Hurse says "He can cover a on rr ens__.. _-. Coaches fee,-I I

I think hv the time the first says, will concentrate at end could see action. Hurse sajsI will have a I chance to fight Essau Bright, a 5.10 155- lot of ground and be in positionto however that :Norman; is u \' Shermanork.sem olMr 'I

game rolls around he will this fall Cummings is quick his wav into the line up. pound junior up from the JV, cut off a lot of long runs." natural safety Norman will : and :Mrs J W Sullies of

have an auressivcgroup." Hurse" says. and coaches I/.Int'bat'klng Corps ('aseI'alrick and is tabbed a potentially good Aycox will also be used be worked at safety this fall incase Starke, is among the care

Hurse: says lit l his top assistantwho expect him to be involved! in Captain Jimmy Clark headsup Higgmbeithain; toll have to football player "Bright offensively at running back. he's needed fully-selected cadets who

has coached the Tornado things!! this fall the 197f> Imebackmg corps take up duties of the should improve"" with each David Carter a b foot 155 Erie Biggs, u :58 fid: .pound comprise this years training\
d.ofl'JIlIr eight years David Best h-U and 160 The b.2. 22tt().pound is returningas graduated Curtis Crawford day's practice Hurse says. pound junior up from the JV senior is expected! lo be Ihe cadre at The Citadel

"I I eel we h.IH'lh., potentialto pounds( and a junior, is a a starter as a senior both and Paul Jenkins Kenny Ay'cox. a 59 165- will back up Aycox and shows starting cornerbatk He

have a good( dclense" :'d SlIur"l' newcomer out for the first at strong "side linebacker and pound senior a starter last excellent potential. Coach started five! games there last The cadre will report lo the-
!
noting the d'fl'n.l'Imprcll'd : time After Best t gels a littleexperience offensive fullback As a Secondary! I"pl'rit'nl'edIonstt'r : year at free safely, "is the Hurse Carter improved Hi lora
says Richard military l'oll'lelIgu"t(
prettv well in under his belt he sophomore Clark was a :\ man Emmett: fastest player I've ever tremendously in the spring season after! Iishleywas :

spring drills"Really could see.1lot of action, tlurse starting strong side offensive /Bright and deep backs Jerome coached," Hurse says. Aycox and did a good job in the injured! Biggs had! goodquickness before wt-ek the 11111.11"IrOlllllllA freshman cadets
and
didn do that tackle As he started who runs the 40-yard dash in good I speed.
\ve t says: a junior Reddish and Richard Lashleyalso the Head Tornado l'.IIIr't'art.
jamboree of the
:Members\
lud. a job I ; in the lamhoree." half the games( at linebacker graduated from thesecondary 4 5 seconds, showed fans a showed great improvement in arrive
Carter and
to schedules/
says is expected see the : Coach Hurse : making(( up ;
while sample of his speed and spring says
the headI'orna(10added.It the HU"'I'IIIt'turn starting every game in still. COill'hfursI./ .' considerable action next arrangements. I bur receivingprocessing .
dtlen-c docsnt: come around :\Iart Russell started! everv.game the offensive backfield indicates the secondary will determined! running on a long season. Big ts\llil be played at weak ami training the
it'II lIl'ilJ"oml'lhln in the ( at defensive tackle last Coaches tried to hold him out be the strongest part of the kick-off return in the side corncrback so he'll be /( ill
cadets who w armeugusl( :
current i I coaching..t plans went sc-ason as a 220 pound of the defensive line up as defense as the season opens jamboree Allan !Norman; 5.1165./) covering the split end most) t of The cadre will then con
2:1.:
awry Die. philosophv of "sophomore As a junior much as possible to preservethe Three of the four I starters have "I feel Aycox will be a pound junior is the startingpro the time Biggs has quick leel duct! training( lor the-
special
Coach I lluise is that if an Russell, now 'do and 230 big )ounstpr's stamina experience Charlie Revel at definite asset at free safety" man (wide receiver) on and is tough/( enough to come new cadets: (if the !Irishman I

opponent 'iII'-l t score on him it pounds could develop into one but as a senior 'lark is being monster man Kenny Aycox at up on the sweep lass
cant! I beat I him here I is no of the t lines: ddl'nSI\'l'lln.'ml'n groomed to go both uajs free safety and ErIe Biggs at
1 leason our that lo change/( lor in the area. Coach f Ilurse says. "Jimmy i showed tornerback 4-H Club Open To All Youths 'Wet'xpe-ct Biggs to be one .
of the football
toughest( A seiphomore.il mililaiycollege.
IH \t season even though( theollense Russell is termed! a hard tremendous improvement in "I'd have lo say, right now, / ;
players \\\11 have next tall, lurk holds I the lank' ol
it cuirentlv ahead of worker who loves to play the spring Unfortunately! he the secondary is the strength o'our-II is an informal practical and Agricultural Sciences at (
the ilt'lense fcxitb.ill injured himself a couple of of our defense. due to the Il'armngby.dOlng edu the University of Florida It is Hurse savsKichard corporal He I is .in \ir Kind-

"'I'he 'one t hll1Ill'/( lad! to I Dennis Brown t HO and 182 days before the jamboree But t'xpt'ril'nl'l'll' have back cational program \which, helps the youth arm of CooperativeExtension Hall 5-10\ Hi: )'pound HOlT :student and! Ins, name-

impiove em is '1Ull'kIW"Sl' pounds came up from the we feel he found himself as a there." Coach /Hurse says youth establish real-life goals Service and head. ".'mor.l'aml' out for football in also" appears on the I'UIllI1Ii1I1dllll's

aced lo I pick up more Junior varsity for spring linebacker, and I think Jimmy "Ierbudbal'k: there will and become competent productive quartered at the Agricultural the spring alter a years I Distmguisheil :SriviceI -

quickness: ." lluise" savsUe'ieslowci practice This newcomer feels the same way" says hit you i I hope the secondarycan citizens Center on :North. 301 la off Hall was a pleasant I I.t, fur supeiior militatv\ |1"1'i

lh.iiuisu.il, but llf shows t line promise. Hurse Coach Hurse keep the' IOpptllll'nt'sl( Four gives young peoplean Today's 4.H program is for :surprise in I the spring( lorm.nue

we- can pick up quickness this savs Coaches expect Brownto ""e're counting on Clark to offense contained" prevent the opportunity to take an all youth rural and urban ,

will help offset. our lack eif. lake over I the starting provide the aggressivenesswe'd long run to give the front active part in learning about from all racial cultural

port|) defensive tackle :spot vacated like our defense to be seven time enough to gam and solving problems that economic and social backgrounds We Need New Leadership

Players \"l.turllinl10\ the In the graduated Wane known Cor," Hurse states playing experienceMan face them and their communities It reaches boys and

I I'lTli' I Ulls elc'lense .tie Scott ('IJrkilS appointed captain Often the knowledge and girls in variety of ways, but
I.Mis' I 1\;: M'MMKM.: : 1;I Dennis is a (fine bv Coach horse The coaches : with the most skills they develop Itl1 the club members: '

.lav tiKlwm( held down a competitor We expect him will also select a co-captain experience is monster: man aid of 4-H leaders opens these and through special interest In Our City '

olailing de' vu'lye end to be a :standout! tackle," for each game this fall Charlie Bevel! a 5.H l 1V: :>pound doors materials supplied to the

pi>siinn List season as a Coach Hurse says Lee Casl')'. a starting "t'nlOrI ho played! behind In Bradford County.. 4-11 is schools

,liinior' 'I'his e inning/( '.'a..on the offensive guard last season, Bright/( last season sponsored by the Board of The program may' reach err

i ii'J:!. 'Jn:! pnunile i is "'wt'v It'd to Toughoseman will be given a shot at the "Wl' f eel llevjl will improve County Commissioners in young: people throughout GovernmentVote ,

IK- a i -1,1111| alt in the /BUS Junior Kevin Seel is weak side linebacker spot A tremendously says Coach cooperation with the L'nited Bradford County'. Activities I '


"\\ a vi.ai s expel'lenee who with a little more and 170 pounds with little from Recd for the important lure and the Institute of Food homes of members or their

leaders in schools or other

community buildings Four.HIs

. Starke's Joey Herres Places Third In Final Junior Golf Around leaders found are hl're\'er available volunteer to c-nn

duct the program.

/Bal'biqiieel. hatnluii gel"s and lied withHl points Blakewood Kevslone Richard Club in Jacksonv'ille The first Quail Heights 84. D Brown Young people in the :Ird

awaiils cnnchiile-d the 'linaltoui aided .M41! Kll torah 21 O'l Dohoghue walked awavwith three winners in each division Keystone 8J, J Herres through 12th grades may join

'/nameiit l ol the :Ninth points'" am! a tie p 1 \ >evvith the 1011 1 first place will compete in the Starke. 80: E Colgate. 4.H if there is a club i in their

(inli.il I Klonda. Junior /I'C\ ( ;Iret'k one :stroke back with a trophy with a total of 84 points championship tourney Gainesville 79 S, Greek community' Four-Hers have Wilbur Waters

gull .\round was plavedMondav 41 1.411 .HIBlakewood Blair Turner Palatka Keystone 76.; K :Mauldm. projects and participate in a
: \ \ug !'i!, at lju.nl captured the bumped Robby Jell Total point standings for the Pa'latka. 69 G Becker. variety of special activities

Heights( (mil and Country second! place Irophv I bv Ke.v steme, out of second plate M'n'n'k t mrnev' were Gainesville 6R. It. Up:hurch. just for them. For further information City Councilman

(1'11111 defeating Greek on the first in 'a sudden death play -off !Palatka.! 65; S, :Montgomery on starting a 4,H
Keith KirkiT. Green Cop hole eil a sudden death play after! t tymgJettwith 80) points li>-17 division K hirker Palatka. 63 HIl'tz.: club in your community. con. Group One

springs, tnnk the first place nil I Sean Pacetti !Palatka Green Cove Springs;. 11-1. :M1eigsdon Keystone. 62 B. Reed tact Lowell Parrish or Linda

tiophv in theH>, IT hey ..1111111H'II.. Keystone, and totaled 84 points for first placein ( Keystone, III. K: Keystone\ 57. J. Wadsworth Bennett at !9*>4-6554,

division I with 1 the maximum K4 Uuh"l't'. :Mauldm: Palatka ,9division Andy Hirko Bravo (Gainesville 79 T Starke. 4 3 Wilbur Knows First Hand The

|loom total ''''IIIIII )lItI' went each totale'd H.> I strokes to tie Quail\ ( tlt'ljthts.I as' second Knight Green Cove Springs

to :Mike" I I.II '.doll ot Ke-v stone for third lowest round of the* with 80 points 7$. K Shumaker Gainesville ,10. II division: KODonoghue My Neighbors
Heights/( with HI points and elav in\ this group. In girls competition. 40(). K Waldron Quail Heights: \ Keystone. 84. B. Problems Facing Our City. He Has

I ddie Kravo damesv; ille1. Kohe-rt( t Hums of Quail Danielle Reed of Keystone 34 Turner Palatka 80.: B Jett -.

placed thud with T't!! ptiintsIII Heights. /giahlied( his fourth was awardenl I the first place -H'13 1 division: B Tutel. Keystone 80 -, Worked With And Around The
I '.IMI shut t the low round\ ( ol vein ol' I the1 seven week tourneytoasMiie trophy for I the 1 14 15 group suwui
Palatka. H4. :M Blakewood.Palatka. .
the. diy stroking. 't\.17 7J lie himself\ a first place Second was Kathy -89 division: S Pacetti. MINI '!
HI I. H Greek. Difficulties The Faces
nilliil in loin IMI'die's on the' \\lI1l11lh.- 12.1.1 boys division :MetKevstone* with BO pUIl1IS.In Kevstone. 81 K :Mauldm.Palatka. Palatkd 84. A. Hirko. Quail :4r' nUet City ,
lirst nine holes and added. two I let tu\'tsl a.t7 ;W .7i; to jII''llIm the 12.1:1: group( Sharon Heights. 80 .'-
76 :M Tuttle Green coif
iiiine on the 1 Uiek nine a i total eil' H4 points 1 David Brown K"ton.as the ,

|Hock{ Munnakrr ol Hi'nun was; avvarde-ei second winner and Lu.lnnd1Jndorff.: Cove Starke Springs 71 ((It, Games 76. S .Roberts -14.15 gIrl's division D Our City Deserves The Best
Starke
,iilllll'1 lilt. was. uiustioke. ,place, with K.:! points and Joev Quail 1I'lghls.as second 1i1.! G :Norns; Lake!City 69, Recd Keystone 84. K :Metz.Keystone. ... I' ,TO':\
h.I.llh. a .H.,17 .7::1.< lollowc'dbv //I"l'n'i :Starke. took third Pro Herb Herrcs, director of : 80
B (Green G.nnc-sville J,
""'"''' with4(1( .,IK 7K vnth' Ho points the teiurnament announcc-d hH Dependable Concerned & Honest & EnergeticPaid
Heed Key..tone 66 plundurCr. ,
In the 14 1" die 1"11I11.lllh/ lime's: heat out Kd: Colgate then would be a play off :\ Starke, 58. :MaKnette -12,13 girl's division: S, --r
lull" 'n I'.il.iik.i w.is, the ot (:.aine-sville: I lor the third tK.'I\\ .''n the Jacksonville I area Jacksonville Brown. Keystone 84 I. f

i h.impuin' tutu H-l points spot 'hm>ling .1 44,41 I H"i: leir Jn junior and I theN: ('K juniors Kaleusch Gainesville.53' 56 D ;Mundorff. Quail /Heights 82 Pol Adv By Wilbur Waters

Muk. IiIdM's41wb. I'alatka" pointlirown came m uith .i Ihursdavugust 19. at \M a m

and Hiissi'M\ (,reek' Keystone 4:, -I! !Hi.. .e., San lose: Gulf and (ountrv I..I! H division H Burns, --- -- -- -
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Win State Slow Pitch TournamentNorman's i


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Farm Women's Johnson were named to the who had reached second base In the finals of the winner's the double elimination hits with three for four tries :
slow pitch Softball team won all-tournament team. earlier on an error.Norman's bracket playoffs, Norman's tournament. Overman turned In a home '
the State beat defending run and a triple and drove in
Amateur Softball champions
Leading hitters in the losing
four of the team's
Open Class tournament In continued Surburban Realty of effort were Sandra Norman at runs seven
.r ss s s,.ss.ri s ssss.. Bradenton August 8,defeating Norman's opening game winning after an 11-8 win over Pensacola 10-7. However they 3-for-4 and Deborah Bleasdaleat run total.
"Within Your Means Now Peace Of Mind Alwava" the team that has held that ended in a close 6-5 victoryover the Blue Machine of Boca lost to Suburban later after 2-for-3. Norman's Farm will
position for the past two the Chicklets Sarasota. Raton. Norman's developed a represent Florida in the I
YOU NEED A WILL years. Norman's trailed 5-3 until the well balanced scoring attack that team had won the loser's Not wanting to be second regional tournament In I
sixth inning when the game by scoring in the second bracket final.When Norman'sand best for a second season, Jacksonville August 20-22.The
Ev.ryon. should have a Will because It I I. anisvntlal Vickie Overman of was tied and sent into extra through sixth innings. Debbie Suburban met that second Norman's put on a defensive top two finishers in that
document that will .om.day b. Norman's Farm was named innings. Norman's clinched to Johnson led at the plate with time.< ,Norman's lost 2-4,which show to stymie Suburban's tournament will travel to the
n..d.d.lf you do not alr.ady have a Will. make the tournament's Most win in the eighth inning when two hits for three tries, and meant that the two teams scoring in the championshipgame national tournament In
arrangement with an Attorney to have oneprepared. Valuable Player, and players Sandra Norman's single sent Montez Wynn followed with 2- would have to play again to and .won 72. Sandra Chattanoga, Tennessee, to be
If Sandra Norman and Debbie in runner Kathy Blackburn, for-4. decide the championship in Norman again led the team in held at a later date.
you do have a Will, plan to r.vl.w It
periodically to make certain It till expresses
your wishes. A properly prepared Will enables HEADS FOR REGIONALMachine

you to direct the administration of your affairs 11

offer your death, exactly as you wish. Call your

Attorney Archer today and Funeral make yours.HomeDOYLE Co :ntinues On Tourney Trail :


M. ARCHER, L.F.D -
Lake Butler, Florida Green Machine Men's slow GM placed four players on defeated by a disappointingscore Hammonds the slammed seven runs each by favorable wind conditions had
pitch Softball team, after the 10 member All-State of 3-12 in Sunday's final tournament's defending the end of the game. changed to the disadvantageof
496-2008 496-2056 wining sub-district and Softball team; third baseman game against Hammonds of champion, came out of the GM then had to face Smith both teams.
district tournaments recently, Kenneth Carlton, second Tallahassee. loser's bracket after havinglost Terrell of Fort Lauderdale, a "The conditions had
964-5757 placed second in the State baseman Donald Falcon, out Hatcher said the score was to the Machine in their team that had just defeated changed drastically.The wind
Open Class Amateur Softball fielder Marcus Rhoden, and 4-2 after two innings of play, third game. The third game their first opponent 50-5 with blew directly into the batter's
Volunteer Ambulance Funeral .Monum.nts Association tournament in pitcher Bobby Stevens. and GM received a blow in the score was 34-20, and 28 home runs. Hatcher who face and changed the
Bradenton August 6-8. GM's showing enables themto third when Hammonds scored Hammonds scored 12 of their had characterized Terrell as complexion of the game
--- - continue on the tournament six runs. 20 runs in the last inning. GM "powerhitters", led his teamin entirely," Hatcher said. Both
DOOM'S trail which leads to the "We Just weren't Hater hit a total of 17 home runs, taming the squad 2822. teams were held to a mere
Southern Region playoff in anything together. four by Falcon and Stevens, Stevens knocked In nine runs three home runs during the
said. He credited much of three by Carlton, and two by and hit three home runs,
Orlando August 20. Last course of the
GM fourth in the state year Hammonds win to their playerin Rhoden and Eddie Douglas. including a rand-slam homerin game.
VcLJ(!J 0IJUB( ( ( ($ tournament.placed the left field position who Falcon Stevens, and Rhoden the fifth inning. G!\lIed 10-5 in the bottom of
was awarded the Most each had four hits in six tries, Following GM's 3420in the sixth inning following a
Coach Harry Hatcher was Valuable Player trophy. and Carlton went 5-for-6 at the over Hammonds in the third two-run homer by Carlton anda
generally pleased with his Hatcher said the player plate.GM. game, the two teams met home run by Randall
PROMPT & DEPENDABLE team's performance saying, snagged GM hits that should opened the tournament again in what t could have been McGee. But Hammonds tied
"It just wasn't in the stars for have been over the fence with a high scoring 34-8 the last game of the the game 10-10 in the bottom of
us to win." His team was homers. victory over Wilham's tournament if GM had won, the seventh sending the game
i REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES Nursing Home. since GM was the winner's into extra innings.
"It was a real good openingwin bracket leader. The Machine failed to scorea
for us; the game had ideal But GM lost to Hammonds run in their next at-bat, and
COLOR-BLACK & WHITE CLL QCL U C4L J softball conditions," Hatcher as they would do again in the the game ended when
:' said.Carlton and John Watson next game to settle for second Hammonds scored their
-ANTENNA took advantage of the wind to place. The final score was 10- eleventh run in the bottom of
REPAIRS- sock two home runs the eighth inning. Hammonds
apiece
lI: OClD v(! 0 accounting for four of the 11.While Hatcher was carefulnot then went on to win the last
i seven hits by GM in that to shrug responsibility he game 12-3 and took the State
game. Those two players also did say that the previously Open Class title.
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147327331Tired r -by Neil Crawford

2nd BigIntroductory '

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Daylight was vanishing fast say's the one that got away
as the Bassmasters started was a beauty. Keep on plug- Offer !
their engines and headed for gin Earl.
their favorite Hawg hole. At 6:30: a.m. all boats (
Of Snowy Pictures? Leonard Noegel and 1 had returned to the landing for the From Gary Bach 1
only a few minutes of daylightto weigh in. After all boats had
make some last minute weighed in we found Neil and
ANTENNA COLOR T.V. checks before settling down to Leonard to be the winners. Back HomeImprovements
Bach
spend the night with "microp- Leonard and I sure fished Gary
terus salmoides." hard for this one. I landed six
SYSTEM FOOTBALL TUNEUPINCLUDES Leonard and I began to get bass, Leonard landed five
strikes as soon as we began to bass. I 2117 N. Temple Starke, Fla.
I toss the bait. We settled down Second place went to Earl 3 r
:
INCLUDES: and fished for five hours Muse and Dwayne Alday. Phone 9645726 468-1169 Nite2O ,
"30 Ft. Telescoping Mast "Service Call & Labor straight before starting the We are certainly sorry to
16 DB Ant. Amp. Clean Tuner & Align engine. We lost several nice hear that Julian McRae's Years Experience
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bass during the night. mother has been ill. We wish '
4.12 Antenna Converge Color Leonard got tired of losing her a speedy recovery. Bill
17-20 Antenna Coaxial them, so he picked up his Tilley has also been on the
Wire Fitting All Ad'JUs t menf'eg.oo ts Necessary dragline and began to lift sick list,we would like to wish 2O% Off On All Home ImprovementsListed "
them over the boat. P.S., him a speedy recovery. P.S.,
300 OHM Splitter "have you ever seen flying "You can't keep a good man
6 76 bass?" down." :
$17
,2 Don Thompson and Earl
$16995Starke. !Muse had one big fish duringthe Our next club meeting will
a night, but old big mouth be August 17 at 7:30: p.m., so Aluminum Siding Aluminum Window Casings
Keystone Heights Melrose ONLY was too smart for them. Earl be present so you can have a
landed a couple of nice bass, voice in the club. Patio Covers Gutters
The next tournament will be
the Classic. The Classic con ShuttersAluminum Re-Roofing
sists of the top six fishermen

This fishing will with cap the the next 1975-76 six best.sea Boxing And Awnings
ERWILLEGAR MOTORS
son. Soffit Systems

This tournament will be
206 W. Madison 964-7200 Starke Fla. held at Rodman August 28.
from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., Ken- Never Paint Again !

.I DEALER wood Landing.I'm sure the.grass will be a
FORD factor in this tournament. 30 Years Guaranty
6 R.F Bryant says he plans to

hope bring he the is bacon my partner home.for 1 sure the Many Colors To Choose From ,

classic. I
See you at the meeting !

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I LEGALS n LAWTEY P OaO OwO"9 ON0 0' pN


.________ this week and
-- CHURCH ACTIVITIES held at the church Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Mrs Carl Norman sons.

NOTICE become due shall be stated. If Church of God: Sunday Mrs. Joe Sherrill was the By Elizabeth Terry returned home with Mrs.Jack Mrs. Vivian Guleski and

James E. Creamer has made I the claim is contingent or un School 10 a.m. Worship Ser director. Miss Arthurine Estes on Sunday and Mrs. children of San Mateo, are

application to the Bradford II liquidated, the nature of the uncertainty vices 11 a.m. and 7 pm. Blanchard, Mrs Frank and Denise Hardee were hos- son and son Glen, Mr. and Susan Tyree, of Denver, Colo., spending a week with her
County Zoning Board for reclassification shall be stated. If the prayer meeting Tuesday 7:30 Porreca, and Miss Cheryl tesses for a Stork Shower for Mrs. David Wilkerson and brought them home on Tues- uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.

,, of the property I claim is secured the security p.m. YPE Friday at 7:30: p.m. Boyette. were the teachers. A Mrs. Wayne Gustafson of of Jacksonville and day. Mrs. Jack Estes was a Barry Watts and Barry Lee.
son, ,
I shall be descnbed. The claimant good time was had by all. Mr. and Mrs. C.K. Cowan of
described below of
from OR to MP: Evergreen Baptist: Sunday Green Cove Springs on Thursday Cheryl Norman besides the Wednesday overnight guest
Located 1 1/2 miles West of shall deliver sufficient copies of School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- There were 24 students. Pas- night at the recreational children and their the Kellys and the Kellys took Jacksonville spent Sunday

Hwy 301 (North) on Ferguson I the claim to the clerk to enable vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: pm tor and Mrs. Jim Hall and building at the First Baptist Jimmy Crofford, and granddad Mr. anaMrs her to Baldwin on Thursday afternoon with their parents,

Road, In Section 28 Township 5 I the clerk to mail one copy to Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8 family took a group of students Church. After some games Williard Brown, of where she joined Mrs. Tyree Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Robertson.

South Range 22 East, to have a each personal representative.ALL to the Union Correc- were played, Mrs. Gustafson Lake. received and they carried Mr. Estes Cecil Whitehead of Kingsley
Junk CLAIMS AND p.m.Faith tional Institute Chapel to hear Sampson They home Lake visited Mr. and Mrs.
Salvage and Sales of Cars. Baptist Church opened her gifts. Refreshments several gifts. Ice cream, cake from the hospital.Mr.
This change In classification Is DEMANDS NOT SO FILED Radio Program over WPXE the Christian musical group"Manna" of cake and punch were and punch were served. .and Mrs. Vernon Teston Carl Prevatt on Saturday

subject to a public hearing to be WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible on Friday after then served to the 27 guests Mr. and Mrs. Tom Whaley and family, of North Little morning.Mr. .

held on Tuesday, August 31, Dated July A.D., 1976. School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- noon. The Bible School pro- present.Mr. Jana. and Midi moved to, Rock, Ark., arrived on Friday and Mrs. Clyde Wain-

1976 at 7.30: p.m., in the County I vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. gram was held Friday even- and Mrs. Harold Jones Tampa over the weekend and will spend a week with wright and family of Eaton

Commission Room in the Brad- I Earl Dale StillsonAs Prayer !Meeting Wednesday ing. and family and Mr. and Mrs. where Mr. Whaley has been their parents Mr. and Mrs. Park were here for a visit with

I ford County Courthouse. At this I Personal Representativeof 7:30: p.m. Bible Study. Highland Baptist Church: David Wilkerson and son, of employed for about 4 months. Lonnie Teston. On Sunday their mother, Mrs. Wilma
I time all the Estate of Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship to visit Grandmother Wainwright, this week.
persons interested shall Grace United !Methodist: Jacksonville, spent Saturdaywith In the meantime they went
I be heard for or against the Jerry E. Stillson Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor- Services 11 a.m. and 7 their parents, Mr. and happy to have Mr., and we Mrs.are Mrs. Wordie Melton Jack Wainwright and son, of

I proposal as specified in the Deceased ship Services 11 a.m and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- Mrs. Leon Wilkerson. Other Lynn Boch of Jacksonville and other relatives, at Ocoee. Tallahassee, were Saturday
I 8/122tchg 8/19 day at 7.30: p.m. Jeff of U.S. Air Force overnight guests of his
Zoning Code of Bradford p.m. prayer circle will be guests were Mr. and Mrs. and Misses Lynn and Kelly Cain
( Laura Baptist Church: Sun- and Miss mother, Mrs. Truby Wainwright -
his
County friend Shirley
-------------- observed every Wednesday Jimmy Crawford and Jennifer Whaley live in the Whaley
day School 9:45: a.m. Worship
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF morning B a.m. at the church. of Baldwin who spent Satunlay home here. Vachon, were Sunday dinner
IA.R. Kiefer, Chairman FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL Choir Practice 7 p.m. and Services 11 am. and7:30pm. afternoon with them. Mr. and Mrs. Carrell Smith, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Her- Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan

I Bradford Co Zoning Board CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRAD- United MYF 8 p.m at the Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Brownie and Girl Scout of Dade City were Saturdayover mie Kelly. attended the DuPont Picnic at
pip I 8/12 church on Wednesday. 7:30: p.m, Mark and Shan Swindell of Trail Ridge on Saturday.
FORD COUNTY FLORIDA Troop No, 461 camped this night guests of their cou-
..-------1 Northslde Baptist Sunday Dale
: Mr. and Mrs.
School Jacksonville Ray
Vacation Bible was week at Camp at are spending a
Neyati sins, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter

School 10 a.m. Worship Services Crafton of Austin Ind. and
week with their ,
CASE NO.74-209 CP Kingsley Lake. Mrs. W.M. On Sunday, the Smiths grandmother
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 11 a.m and 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Edith Swinney and his mother, Mrs. Maxine
((1-2211)) Randolph was their leader. and
Mrs. Carter attended the
REGISTER Prayer Meeting Wednesday at of Hanover Ind.
Crafton ,
LEGALSINVITATION The Girl Scouts spent two Sam Norman Reunion at Lake grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
FICTITIOUS NAME 7:30: of
p.m. J.F. Robertson. were Friday night guests
CLARA BELL and
IN RE: Estate of nights qualified and won Butler Community Center.
Pursuant to Section 865.09Florida her and niece Mr.
,
Capt. and Mrs. Russel Lines nephew
Deceased their Four
RIDDELL, Badges.
girls Mrs. C.R. Crews and
Statutes notice is TO BID PERSONALS: / became Senior Scouts. and Jacqualine, of Shaw Air and Mrs. Paul Lock and fam
hereby given that the THIS IS A SECOND Herbert Lindsay 2nd celebrated Granddaughter Darlene
Force Base S.C.
James C. NOTICE PUBLIC his 1st at the Mr. and Mrs. A.Q. Smith Woodard, who had been with Sumter ily.Mr.
undersigned Nugent REQUEST: Birthday have gone to Hurbart Field, and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison
Rt 2, Box 85A Starka Florida SALE OF PROPERTYOF The Board of County Com- home of his parents Mr. and and family, of Auburndale her for 5 weeks visited her Fort Walton Beach, Fla., for Jr., and Geneva of Jacksonville -
ESTATE week with their
bro-
spent a son-in-law
32091, and Ronald W. Nugent, missioners of Bradford Countywill Mrs. Thomas Lindsay on and daughter Mr. two weeks. were Sunday afternoon
Rt 1, Box 269 Starka Florida, Notice is hereby given that August 2. Eddie Jack ther-in-law and sister Mr. and and Mrs. Tommy Clayton and
receive sealed bids to be Marty, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Moore, guests of their parents, Mr.
under and by virtue of that cer- Mrs. Wayne Massey and fam- Tom of Jacksonville.
32091. doing business under the opened at 10:00: A.M., Monday and Sissy Norman, came to Mrs. and family of Moultrie, Ga., and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison Sr.
the above and other relatives
tain order in styled ily
firm name of "J & R Nugent September 13 1976 in the help him celebrate. They Hilda Woodard, of Largo, dinner Mr. and Mrs. Marcue
were Saturday guestsof
Electrical Contractor", Rt. 1 Box cause dated July 30 1976 I County Commissioners Room at served ice cream and cake. Mr. and Mrs Timothy Wil- went to Jacksonville on Wed- their Mr. and Mrs. Jerrett of Jacksonville, were
offer for sale and will sell to the kerson and Mr. and !Mrs and her parents
nesday brought
269 Starke Bradford County, the Bradford County Court- Miss Elizabeth Terry and Fred Moore. Sunday dinner guests of their
Florida 32091 intends to highest and best bidder for cash house for the following\ : Miss Arthurine Blanchard Harold Jones of Jacksonville mother Mrs. Crews and Dar- Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vogler adopted dad and mother Mr.
the following described property were hosts for two birthday lene home and
said fictitious visited her Miss Enza they were her
register name General Liability Insurance for sister and family of New Smyrna, and Mrs. Donald Wilkison.
under the provisions of aforesaid situate in Bradford Bradford County 50/100/25 Blanchard at the Baker parties for their daughters, overnight guests on Wednesday with their Last Monday Mr. and Mrs.
County, Florida, to wit: Charmin Wilkerson and and returned home on spent Saturday
statute limits Complete County Nursing Home at and of
specificationsmay Doc Wainwright family
the Southeast Samantha parents Mr. and Mrs. Doc
Commence at Jones of Jackson-
.
James C. Nugent, Ronald W be picked up at the Clerk's Macclenny on Wednesday Thursday.Mr. Jacksonville, were Monday
corner of the NE 54 and run West ville on Saturday at the homeof and Mrs. Edwin Knightof Mosley.
Nugent joint owners. Office. afternoon of
their
444 feet for of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Darlene Norman and overnight guests
beginning Wilkerson
point ; at 4
Baldwin were Saturday
Dated this 29th day of July Mrs. Henry Hodges Mrs.
mother Mrs. Wain-
thence North 769 feet. West 711 o'clock. Billy: and sons, were Sunday dinner Truby
Scotty, afternoon of Mr. and
guests
A.D. 1976 at Starka Florida Gilbert S. Brown Hardee, Mrs Wayne She returned home
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo- wright.
769 East 711 Michael
feet. South feet. Cribs Anders Earl Wilker-
Mrs. Harold Eunice.
7/29 4tchg 819NOTICE feet to point of beginning 8/12 2tchg 8/19 and Misses Lori Shinn nard Norman and Mr. and with them on Tuesday and

----- stayed until Saturday.
EXCEPT right of way contain-

OF INTENTIONTO ing 12.52 and acres more Section or less,34 all Jl'i fWfondunrno E L Ew- of Mrs.Jacksonville Ethel Prevatt spent Wednes-and son
lying being in
FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME Township 6 South. Range 22 1M IOW TAiAat l !!!!!! day Mrs.afternoon Carl Prevatt.Mr. with. Mr. and

East, Bradford County Rorida. nun UTWMMan
Pursuant to Section 86509 a not and Mrs. Les McClellan
STOftfS
DrSCOUMT
bfIj! fAMILY
Subject to the following con-
Florida Statutes notice is here- ..hr? print visited their son-in-law and

by Larry given R. Alvarez that the, P.O.undersigned Box 422, ditions No bid: of less than $30,000 daughter Reddish and Mr.family and Mrs., of Maxie State


Box Florida Keystone 1257 Mark Heights Starke.T. Kendall Clay Bradford County, P.O., net rency Court will;or a be duly deposit satisfactory certified of l 10%check to in cur the for 3 -I"Y PRICE PLUNGE Farm nephew Col. and on Tuesday Andy Mrs. Wm.Bo night.Wilson's of


County Florida and Claudia C. said amount shall accompany Jacksonville down and
came

doing Alvarez Heights business P.O.Clay Box County under 422. Keystone the Florida firm each!sealed Honorable bid and, and Gilbert presented each bid S shall to Brown the be 3 ff/GMySt TNURD y FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Their spent Boyette the mother, spent week, the Mrs.with weekend Mabel them.


name of "GATORLAND Clerk of the Circuit Court at his lORHUIUM: *""* B / A'> -. with them.
= -
office on the First Floor of the
HOMES CONSTRUCTION CO:
Mr. and Mrs, Gene Donn of
r<< : ,..Q
Bradford County Courthouse
,,, }
intends to register said fictitious 1
) Starke of Mr. and
were guests
F'
name under the provisions of before or at 12.00 o'clock noon No-Pest ;G YOU COULD PAY IK $u
on the 7th day of SeptemberA.D. '-Ir.' I/o Mrs. Carl Prevatt on Satur-
aforesaid statute. ., 1976. The Court reserves f, Y -< AID MORE FOR TIESE TOP J! day.Mr
B
R. Mark T
Larry Alvarez !
A" .., -.j and Mrs. Robert
and all -
RXAND
Kendall and Claudia C. Alvarez, the right to reject any / r.'& WESTERN SHUTS McClellan and son Jeff of
CO owners. .aI
'. Dated this 1st day of August bids.The property involved will\ be I I I ,p""' ''!IIi. 0 I.I and Starke.sister-in-law.visited their Mr.brother and
59I. ,
.:: 1976 open for parties inspection between to all 10:00 interested : I 'I' I ., I\" 1"1" .- + Mrs. Ronnie McClellan and
8/5 8/26
4tchg a.m. and 3.00 p.m. on the 21st l sunn tow DISCOUNT rtici ,U family of Vidalia Ga., Fridayto
-------------- P Sunday.Mrs. .
'. NOTICEI and 28th days of August A.D.. I'I.t4 1/ --t': j' g > _- SUM if 1Md .Wth. P Aa w ,.. Wm. Wilson entertained

I will not be responsible for 1976.Dated .'. --- / :iCj. ..JI' It! hi WHtin mr Ate A 19 children from San
this 5th day of AugustA filii Of : ;*.rSIVE .. -- () hAdalMtM Aid )1l 1r fY
any debts other than my own. .D.. 1976 J un 21"% cist! tba.s. ri.a. e Jose Episcopal School in
Grady Williamson 31L-6i1 _. $, IA' r Jacksonville and Miss Peggie

Rt 3, Box 144 IsLawrenceW.. Batten.Jr 21% SAYE 1.11 2 97 IIItt ItrIhT.tt.Idly ..1 ,, Butterworth and 4 mothers

Starke Florida Administrator of Estate of Milts, .htf duns.SMTMtoCtlM ..- Some of the children hadn't
8 5 4rchg 8/26 Clara Bell Riddell 48e 351Li 6 6 8.83 DISCOUNT PRICE WAS.M4ECS SII.L1L ever been on a farm and It was

Deceased 1 PSLYESTER mis 'IN 1 ;t. something unusual for them
--------------
Itchg 8/12 DISCOUNT PRICE WAStS"HM8C DISCOUNT PRICE WAS jell DISCOUNT PAIGE WASJ4T 51P PUNTS-SCU101ESISIS Mrs. Eldridge Niblack of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. fm ti Mir eat to cm .fw I IMSMrrtitw Jacksonville visited her sis-
0------- YBVR BWR UB UVE2UlU SHELL KO-PEJT STRIP STRETCH (IT MB RELAX!
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF RI8R. BETER8EIT1BW1B Killi flies md mosmiitnet.' IMITICBLIR WU-UIHIIIN kM ft tiitt S.M LXL ter-in-law Mrs. Elva Reddish

FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD. NOTICE OF ELECTIONBe M8TIR OIL, HUT works up to 4 \mouths Mdoori. euusi WTO pismiRS on Sunday afternoon.
FORD COUNTY it known that I I. Bruce A. .. .. Mrs. Lou McWilliams und
Smathers Secretary of State of .. ;: ;; Mr. and Mrs. Seeb ll.irris of

CIVIL ACTION the State of Florida do hereby .H4 4t' f InTISIWIIIISISWIS Starke visited Mrs. Elva Reddish .

Case. No.76-240 give notice that a GENERAL r -\ ) } d UTMWU1T Sal IT $11 Tt 114 on Saturday afternoon
nine TIITUP. ,; .
ELECTION will be held In Brad- "
Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence
V. A. ::: ', Ii --'? : .
Mary Allene Dougherty. ford County State of Florida on -- ." ".",., .. r. :,. ; 319 9 Crews and Pamacationld
Plaintiff vs. Dewey Clifford Tuesday next succeeding the .lctJuc'., '::: ,:, seven days at Lake George.
Dougherty Defendant. first Monday in November l.ttoUSI p ...r.. < sin 14'\0 : SUPfItLOW DISCOUNT met two days in the Dark Continent
A.D., 1976 the said Tuesday .
of Africa
I Busch
Gardens
the SECOND ''Ir'IIoo. .t4 .I calfmjfSAVE p'TM c.N .....! dirt Mrt |MCMM
NOTICE OF SUIT being day of NOV. ..... WIITI.JI"' 2 9 6 ( ) and two days at a family
a* I tW! tar \te'MMni

: Dewey NO PROPERTYTo Clifford Doughterty offices EMBER: to fill the following VALUE /LYS. NrE 1,01 .... DISCOUNT MICE .......f 'I, ,.I I I I :f aim tip.Mw fills! ,sserid htrM. reunion in Millen, Ga.

(Address Unknown) United States Senator.Representative SUP urn m OBBUIESS irItrifMt I ir IIILsArE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat in Congressfor 2.94 6 88 8 88 AT1/5 IUI 2IAElIEWDAT /% Children Entering
CMtat M Homer
an action for Divorce has the Second CongressionalDistrict SUPER SOW DISCOUNT MICE DISCOUNT PRICE WASMnSOZLI DISCOUNT PRICE WASynr' luttH. nluM. 1.12. criptf I-u First Grade Early

been filed against you Dewey run, TONS Relit wm SINE STUIS TBII8BT ISIS Pf 1..m.llIlEEPE.1! 5 tf
Clifford Dougherty and you are State Treasurer and Insurance T50PIC-TESTU MJL ON 811 FUHLT-SIZI14" ULFU 8-H6rf ELECTR8RIBeuetuTiR :. ... / f Must Be Tested
required to serve a copy of your Commissioner. WHITE urn purr,SAL PBRTUU BUIICIE BRILL wm UTTUT .' .\,,,. .,.I .I 2. .1
written defenses if any to it, on One lal) Commissioner Florida '. ;. :
According to Florida Sla

name the plaintiff and address attorney is William, whose E. Public State Service Commission. .;;;J;; d a ......:) VALUE PtUI! \: We_. lutes, a child who, bt-comvs six

WNtlev 805 Northwest 13th Attorney : : nra J SUBWURBRUICREII .. : years old by June 30. 1977. tan
Public Defender. r ,rw.v'A" "E,., ... -r enter first grade at the beginning .

32601 Street, and Gainesville file, the original Florida with State Senatorial Senators Districts for the: 5.following 'l .lito..-- ItU 12 I1.49c. : .j ; ) g "-.... of the school year if tit-
demonstrate
J- can his
readinessfor
UYllI%
the clerk of the above styled Members of the State Houseof /"l' :: "! a first grade program.
court on or before September \
Representatives for the following 'I Discount islet I.
Charles
7th 1976: otherwise a judgment House Districts 25 : 4 00 Irancis.. Director
: r' '
j r of Curriculum
: for the
may be entered against you for Clerk Circuit Court. I v. L ,
\ the relief demanded in the complaint Sheriff AYE 2,11 SAYS 11" DlSCOUNT""CIW..S., 1 Bradford County School
I -... Board warns, that there
.. are
or petition. Property Appraiser sin 21" Ers UB our mmUB ;: ((1
it WITNESS my hand and the : siui ATIUTM i !NRAYocal. .- possible dangers in placing a
Tax Collector 6 9 6 1 77 f.-L-- 'I \
SUIT 14 BZ. child
in first grade earlier
seal of
said Court .
on August 4th. !
Superintendent of Schools. '""'=-="*"" turn nttti ctt. mt touts. rt .. than usual and
1976 of Elections. DISCOUNT PRICE WASJ.al' DISCOUNT PRIce w..s.J..tT' M HM. WMtE/MKI Mn JII. encourages
Supervisor m-
II.AU. I I .,. U. PI:1fJ.( T_ \ parents to consider this step
of Commissioners.
t Board County HUE TI Urn LWET1IER 1111515" Tit PATIO) :;...0" \ carefully. A child
Gilbert S. Brown Districts 1. 3, 5. STEEL .0-5111.1., ... CBLBRFIL .." HEW. TALUS IC. I 1 r I 1 ..JIUUllrITIPUfllUnlnp profits Ay
I_ As Clerk of said Court Members of the School B* mm TRIPBB UBS w"S..ur'J A ( I' / '' hawing a year in kindergarteneven

By: Marian McRaeAs Districts 3, 4. \' \' though he has attended
Deputy Clerk Board. :"'\. ':I ; ( nursery school or Headstarl
In Whereof. I have .
Testimony i
8' 12 9'2 11 uY 1l.UYE 1l.- The kindergarten
4tchg hereunto set my hand and % ii% Z fT program is
-4 more structured than most
------------- affixed the Great Seal of the FUNISRUunmnu.. .' '' IB-PICK un 1'" IJ VE 11%
"
0 people realize
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR State of Florida at Tallahassee lJa )h '""'"""'.."..... ... BLUSWUE.im including in its

BRADFORD COUNTY The Capital this the Sixth day of :rtIW',22142" '"'"""'"" I BZ. SUE YALII 3.33 3.33 curriculum math readiness a reading and

FLORIDA A.D.. 1976. '" program.
August :..: ..
1.00 ... """J 2.47 DISCOUNT""CIWA'J.It'DlSCOU met WAMLBER """'wa There is an approved stateWide -
PROBATE DIVISIONFile Bruce A. Smathers WlRI"e" ;;: w..s"7. 96 procedure M" hich is being
KBIT BF T1R UBMUTS UR BBRBfTMR TIRR R1BHT1III used by all Florida school districts -
Number Secretary of Stare BRKRWEU, nor IF JTitatt 0111$0SU121115
.
DISCOUNT PRICE WASJ.M' for
76.215.CP(1.2492: ) 8/12 4tchg 9'2NOTICE UYE n" AYE 31" "------.....,; '--t"lII m Wilts S-ta..*.. n pDntM-ctttH, hi determining achild's
I WAn W'IISHO WITBBBRiriRTUU .I CIt If fW CMrfVt aim SMXU. prate' mt nM i an aIL M. readiness to enter first
LAVE."
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IN RE. ESTATE OF JERRY E. 9 9-. 1J-BZ. IRS LOW RISE ;: grade early
STILLSON. Deceased. OF INTENTIONTO r/N/01 TUURB *As,1+Atiaaf bM>ur Mil, k.. The first step is the completion
REGISTER SWIM raft DISCOUNT PRICE WAS IrtT CLEM BUSS raihtat MM. Wkwt dm! 111 of an application form by
APION
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO FICTITIOUS NAME 2.471 77iIT" Vim UR "' \ the parent or guardian and
ALL PERSONS HAVING Pursuant to Section 865 09 wm IIUMI ::m.us: 2i1! !II eq completion of a medical form

CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Florida Statutes notice is here- wAAJ.M':, FIB PMLSIBC BR BAIPSm .;.. by a doctor. These forms may

AGAINST THE ABOVE by given that the undersignedTerry J be obtained from Charles
ESTATE: A. Games 504 East Laura II'liSI / Francis at the School Board

Within three months from the Street Starke Bradford IF t i Iat111Lt R"fl 1" I, I 1 Administration Building on
32091 s2. .\ North
County Florida doing Temple Avenue
time of the first publication of ruin AWlOejtJ.N'0.SPATS SI11P//, AI and
j-
this notice you are required to business under the firm name of PIUBW r itsrauu/1 1..Z.IIZI t ) ) must be completed by August
't''t'l/ \ --dfj
"FLA. FIRE ARMS 23. A
readiness
tile with the clerk of the Circuit I f!! test (paper
UNLIMITED", 144 W Call J4 and pencil) Will" be given to the
Court of Bradford County. Florida 1 /LJ
Probate Division the Street Starke Bradford slldle ISge I i /J 'I'' .l.. ( child and if he does well

address of which is Post Office County. Florida 32091 intendsto -2Ii 46eo\N ,,;)1 \-- enough on it. after a conference
register said fictitious name : \ VSnl21 the child will be
Drawer B, Bradford County SAY l2j X".._. Al0E7T011.1YAL 1/tli I given a
Courthouse, Starke Florida under the provisions of aforesaid more in-depth individual

32091, a written statement of statute. I UYE2//% readiness evaluation. All of
any claim or demand you may Terry A. Games sole owner % 1.34 3.88 1.66 the information gained from

have against the estate of JerryE Dated this 11th day of -- "" 9(: DISCOUNT PRICE WASifm SUM lOW DISCOUNT PRICIFIM8BS SOPtR LOW DISCOUNT PRICtmutf these evaluations will be used

Stillson deceased. August A.D.. 1976 at Starke 1 0 0 5 9"A. BITV HB-IRBH. T-SBIRT nl-w"o.IUIS II'fUIUImU to decide whether" the child

, Each claim must be in writing florida. DISCOUNT PRICE w..s.J.If'. DISCOUNT PRICE WAlJflniKiTTi DISCOUNT pica' WASTfPUf wm muna RIMRUKs FIR .JRRIMS MB RUSES nu If SNNNS'U should have early entry to

and must indicate the basis for 8/12 4tchg 9'2 WURBT TMf 1IH" Bill MUTI FUll PER frrvlti Hurt Iw InlM, fit. w.Mdout tR.4. Yail. halo. tar ...... tars ft sao rM. first grade.

the claim the name and address -------------- LICE IMBSTUU. IMUIBEAGLETHE pun. ... BZ. 110...at I Out! MmtiMittM.! IRO. 0500 MW ,..,. MM! HI III SdtMM. Saul.SInI INL

of the creditor or his agent or NEED TO CLEAN FOR SALE. Cool r.gl.t.rp.p.r "
attorney and the amount TYPEWRITER Com 1OIR ,.' 312 W. Madison PACK REG. m.*i ..... !I. "' .<...
claimed If the claim. ie not yet Tim Ottlc. Shop sad pick. by FAMILY CIGARETTES 17047H Call!III t. ... II ... hive y..rbr

due the date when itAll\ .am. liquid or ..b..t cbaa," up rIft Pp n d ily 9'til 9 id -9-64-75 3-. _i 418 414 sue ., ..... III cad jaet
,..., tfp.wr. t.r. .w.. at T'. Office 8 up.


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Winn-Dixie __ :-. ._ ?!! : _

Reports 1976 .#DzI'.JLTl.Zzz=1'c > zzus I--


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Sales IncreaseSales W
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exceeding $3.2 billion 8. f .J / I

and an indicated increase in ":. "

earnings for fiscal 1976 were tlc7 K ... uzeKIt f

reported today by Winn-Dixie rlI/ lIP' .

Stares Inc., operating a number
of supermarkets in the --.. : <'rWlr :,_ .;:
.r.r.:1::::
local sector. 'P .._ -- .. ....-. --- : r"l.-.--.....!.-!-!..-_....B...._.-..-_ _...-....m..........__... -.... '" ... ." .. -------.1 erne,.--!j

based The chain retailer largest Southern-sales PERSONAL SERVICE FOR RENT FOR SALE FOR SALE floriland '

volume for the reported fiscal ......................... ........................ ..._......... ... ........ ......................... Realty THOMAS o
year BRAND NEW DUPLEX For Safe German Shepard
: FOR SALE: IS ft. equipped
.
ended June 26 was PAPPAS ACCOUNTING FOR RENTi 2 BR. centralatr. puppies bore 6/11/76. All boat and trailer with 65 hp 393H.TempleAve. .

$3,265,915,629 a gain of SERVICE 118 a. Court .1165 a month. NO PETS. color., I female, 6 males, Mercury motor 800. Phone - REALTY .
(303,731,016 or 10.3 percentover Starke. FL. 964-7612. 6/24 964-7574. Itp 8/12 50. 964-7789 alter 5 p.m. 7823808. Itp 8/12 48 Acre Farm with.home 1/2 ml .. ,. .,/ fIf" \,,;
the previous lOtehg" 8726 weekday, anytime weekenda. oa St. Rd. 229. y
year. 621 North. Walnut St.Stuke (
Commenting on results for FOR RENT OUn'e Subdivision 8/5 ttchg' 8/12 FOR SALEs Feeder pig. Cur kit - Florida 32091 J .
with
fiscal 1976 President Bert L. ALCOHOL.CSANONYMOVS 1/2 aero lot. I30M per month. Dnrocka, .bear, '71 storage Ifldg. 9644162 '
Thomas said: "When final fin- Suceea.lul Water A Sewage hr.......... For For Sale Coaatal Bermuda Maverick 46S-191..l&p 8/12 - (Formerly A.J.Thomas C1nWilltJlar I
ancial results are available U"lnllor people who want to Information' call Mark Olin, hay, (..50 bale. 468-1985 New Duplex In City. Real Estate) REALTYfirL
STOP drinking and STAY - -
OUT tfchg
MoMe Romea Salee.
Hwy. ,
we expect full year earning Mopped. Meeting Tburi. e\ 100 W. Starke. 964--608. tf DOUBLE-WIDE TRAILER Nearly Nw, 3 BR Brick Buelne.aOpportunity '
gains to be in line with for rent, 24 65 win share. Home..
our Sunday 8:00: p.m. 964 5709, For Sale: Liquid chicken m "*q. R. CB Building oa 301 Jo.
rate of sales gain." 9646434. 6/24 121p 109BILL'S with gentleman. Underwood - .
FOR RENT Two BR mobile tertHlier, 110/ton. 6 tone to with overhead office aadtoragteome -- __
Winn-Dixie opened 53 new home la Lawtey. 782-3806. the, truck Delivered. and Motel. Hy. 301 north ofStarke. Need. listing) en 2 to 5 acre*. equipment.. "

stores and closed 45 older tfchgAUTOMOBILES' spread far you. W.A. lip 812KITCHENETTES 8.13 A. A Businem oa 301. - Cecelia
units last year leaving 1,003 SAW SHOP Complete Prevatt 468-1985 Hampton, - 3 BR 2 b.lho. LR DR. large TerwillegarReal
+
stores in operation on June 26. sharpening service, circular, Eta tfchg. lor rent, moder equipped kitchen,
The units hud, carbide, chain mower furnished with .111I"... Petoi4n*, Ana plus much. more on beautiful
new .
averaged 22,325 Facts Real Estate '
blade hollow ground. and USED GO CART FOR SALE: Underwood Motel Hy. 301 9164.7739VERNIEP.ODOM 233 x 150 corner lot Nice on
square feet in size. ............. Leave at J..._ ........................ Almost new, 3 1/2 HP Eng. north of Starke. lip 8/12 Central heat and air Clone
Directors last month raised CaD any time. 4732366. Reg.Broker to elementary school. Why do you see to many masonry homo In

the cash dividend on common FOR SALE 1972 PontlacCaulina Itchg. 811PUBLIC SALE: Bedroom and living 9646476 964-7700 - Florida? Simply because) concrtte blocks and other

stock from 12 cents to 13 cents 2 door vinyl top room furniture, electric Small. acreageFrame masonry buildings an cooler In the summer than
AC PS, PB. deluxe wheel,
for July August and 10 a 20 PATIO COVERS: Home. good condition. Call 964- AUCTION: Farm typewriter chairs, awing - other type structure

September representing an and mobile homee. $180 8026 Itchg 8/S and construction machinery machine Health. Gym. Call t story alngle real Houses of wood construction art Highly rated in

increase in the annual rate Installed, 140 unlnstalled. ...........-a........ equipment vehlclee. Sat., 9646339. lip 8/12 dence.20. acre In city limits the North because) they are taslly heated and retain

from $1.44 to $1.56 per share. GATOR MOBILE HOME SERVICE FOR SALE: U75 PontlacCntallna Aug. 21. 10 ..... Ride the Ralph Bryan - heat longer than masonry construction. So most of

It was the 33rd straight year CO. Ph. 372767, Gainesville 2'Door Hard Top new "Rain or Shine". Bidder Large acreage100 acre plot the homes the North are mad of wood. Of course,
.
tfthg.MOBILE (1,000 -
an acre more
Real
Bu. Estate many
that dividends have been Small Equity, take up>> payment Consignment any house that Is properly Insulated will be com
- -
raised and the 42nd consecutive *. Call after 5 p.m. 964- welcome, NE Fla. Equipment Bualae opportunityLovely fortable In hot and cold weather.
HOME MOVING: Abo Auctba, Green Cove SpedaUrfng In Lot. and .
year that dividends have 5806. tfpd Acreage building on 301 with Real estate is our business. When considering
mobile home hurricane anchoring

Springe.
2845977. For .
been paid to stockholders. and. mobile borne root coattag. FOR SALE 2tchg' 8/19 8/12 HOUSES FOR SALE Building- -Mood- Home .*. 2450 .... It. plenty ol selling, or buying let. professional handle the

OUn'i MOBILE Home Ser : 1975 Chev.Monte .. ........................ 2 por..I.I'.p.c.. appro 600 transaction
Carlo white Interior Roomy 4 bdrm., story on
Kith central IIAcall
"q.It.
vice. !I64-
600. St. Rd. 16W AJtt.
Medicare loaded. Will consider Tradein. .beautiful corner lot la city
Coverage Orange Park Cake
!
: 233. Slats, Fla. tfchg HOME FOR SALE: 4 "bedroome today NEEDED:
964-6020 or 9646021.Itchg Reduced for quick ante
Decorating mouth
S.Pllle. 2 bathe, living room, - Approx. 20 acres with 3 or 4 bedroom home.Cash .
8/12 114000.
"
Detailed In Book an Standing on 22- dining room, kitchen, family Hampton. Lake !90' 190' !
BySSAdminktration B, 1/4 mile down oa left. ream with fireplace, central - fenced lot North Shore< .
JAR Nugent Electrical Phone 284-3604 closed flat beat-alr. 964-5784. Lote. oa .....- Lake 100 fton Mobile Home, 120' Dock Large home in good condition. Children want
Contractor. Mobile home 1972 Toyota Celia ST 4 Bring ad for 10 percent off. (7,800 -owner Bran 12x20 Utility Houae. horses.....In the 40000. bracket.

pole aervke, hou. wiring, peed economical need 8/S 8t 9/23 -- .log - Country home with at least 3 BR couple only
old sad new. 9648641. 852tchgJ812 tire -SHOO negotiable Siamese 3 Residential, total area $10,000 cash and payments $160. mo.
Medicare approx.
A new handbook HOUSE FOR
.
kitten. SALE 3
6 week
old.
FOR SALE Farm A
: block from
Acreage and let, large and 1001150.3 High
information what bedroom, 1 balk Nice home on Kingsley Lake.
including on 20.00 each. .96.2950 alter 5 construction mach-equlp-ve- on 4 acre. School.IUOINC.
...
expenses Medicare will (and p.... Itp 8/12 blcle. Opel Monday thru Two mile south of Lawtey .11. Several location* -----

won't) pay is now available. DON'T THROW AWAY Saturday, 8:30 to 6. Consignment on 7370.301. CaD any time. 964. owner fiaenclng. ( BUSINESSONLt'IN THE ULTIMATE .2200 sq.ft. anlarg. rooms LR,

Persons 65 years and older thoie broken 8-track or FOR SALE 1967 Chevrolet. welcome. Northeast lip 8/12 - REAL ESTATE) DR Kitchen, 4 Bedrooms, two tile baths Brick

and the permanently disabled cassette tapea. Take them to pickup truck 6 cylinder all Florida Equipment RALPH BRYAN fully carpeted CH&A, Paved driveway 1 acre only

who are eligible for Medicare Dahmer'a Discount House new. tire. Good condition. Auction. US17. North FOR SALE: 12 g 64 Mobile IB Realtor F.Delano Thomas. 2 years old out of city limits.

may request a copy of the 112 E..:.Call.! St._ttchgaEWING Phone 7823808. Up 8/12 Green Cove Spring, 284FOR Ho.... Ferawoed withexpando. 9&UI788..ay or night Reg. Real Estate Broker -----

handbook from the Social 5977.. tick#*............... Small. equity aadaaaume otALIOR' 964 (507 533 2210ASSOCIATES COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES Lovely brick homeon
964-6323
Security office 409 S.W, 2ndAvt'nue. MACHINES repaired FOR SALE '72 V.W. 411.u'o..IIe SALE:: Mobile Home ........ or 904-5747.paymeat lip 8/12 Judy llynn.Mgr.: 2 beautiful lots 3 or 4 BR 28, attractive kit.
all make cleaned, oiled and :
Gainesville. 17. Work transmission and and eupplie. OUVS MOBD.EHOME 964-8:184Uorold: chen with large dining area, family room, CH&A.
adjusted. guaranteed.
Included in the handbook air condition. .4 do.r.la SALES. Hwy. 100 W. Epp Owner transferred
Morgan goodcondition.
James Strickland corner
Starts, 964-5406. FOR SALE: 3 BR Home, 410
medical trchg. 964-6616 -----
among expenses 1200. Call 782-
Road A Hwy. 16. tI....
Medicare does not pay are: 3848. Up 8/12 W. Andrew Street, MOBILE HOME Steve Simmons. LOW DOWN PAYMENT We have several nearly 1 1new
7900.00 C..... T.lber'McCo
-Preventive medicine suchas FOR SALE: Swimming. poolmanotariurer ,, Rt. 2, Box 143.K, PARK 9645881to homes with attractive financing.
routine annual check-ups acriflce. Leadug. Starke, Florida. Phone 964- JST: MERCURIUS -----

when no symptoms are indi PULPWOOD CUTTER: FOR SALE: 1965 Ford. C- and datrfbutor baa .a.....um 7818. 8/12 Zip 8/19 CONVENIENT Adorable CB 2 Bedroom IVi B,
cated. Needed for acattered pine. 800 Cab over ch....*. See atRegister rectangular .pools left over from Walk InoJd.CIt, Lknlt large LR kitchen & dining beautiful hardwood

.-Over-the-counter drugs not 964-7717. Up 8/12 South Thompson Oil Company tlchgWANTED 308 1975 eeaaon hwtattuioo, 1/2 price and,term guaranteed HOUSE FOR SALE: By Or to BrarordSqus.l >WIItown HOUSES. FOR SALE floors CHAA panelled.

prescribed by a physician. ---------- Call; collect, Jsckaonvule owner .3 Bedroom CB house -----
days
or
-Treatments not considered I WOULD LIKE to baby.lt evening 90398-5103. dchI on partially fenced lot with (30 Per Month Here I I. what you have alwaysdeeted OUT OF CITY LIMITSBrick 3 BR IVa Bona acre

reasonable or necessary evenif for your Infant In my home ( CA A CH. located oa road All City Convenience ,.. on Road 16 East, new carpet, sunny kitchen with
..eekd.,.. Pie... call: 964- 100 la Smokerlee near K.,. Fh-e Police Protection.
provided by a doctor in a 6153. lip 8/12 ............... .......... WATSON'S HOUSE OF .1.... Lake privilege. City h Gas,Water and Sewer 3 BR 11/2// Bath Hume,S month. eat-in utility, carport.PROFESSIONAL .
hospital or nursing home. Want nice lady to live In VACUUMS: Many brand of 1Z5. oo.00. 964.7767 964- old C.B. Construction on 130 -----
------------ ............. or OFFICE A HOME brick
Some types of medical services with 80 yr. old man privateroom new Used machine 5146. Gary W. Brewer. 8/12 Jo-Lu Motel frontage by 70V deep lot at Large
are covered only under ACT NOW: Turn spare time. and bath plus dory available.. Expert Repair U 2tp 8/19 .Sampson Lake.Ml home, CH&A 301 across from Fat Boys & Wishbone
certain conditions or specific Into t/3t. Be A SANTA'S 964-6861 8/5 3tp 8/19 make ....and aceeosorleo for 964-8810 Chicken.
... .
all vacuum*. Buikfe central!
circumstances. Demonstrator, earn com- Powell-Broker -----
"Many beneficiariesassume miftlona up to 30 per cent vacuum cleaning .,1IIe.... ..M No qualifying, 24 i 68 Mobile 9B44-IB4. OLDER HOME ADJACENT TO SHOPPING

that whatever their OR .have a Toy A. Gift Party WANTED: Accountant! NW lath Ave. Galnecvile. 376- home, private lot. 3.000 CENTER CH&A with acreage..
; in your home and earn Prefer some college back- 7110. lid><<. down or rent (225 month. Call Wayne Dough
for their -----
doctor prescribes FREE Gilt.? Our 29th Year! !grqund In accounting, typ CaD Gainesville 3751120. MULTIPLE tin 9646593
treatment is automatically Call .r write SANTA'S .. Call 473.3360. tfchg 10 a 20 PATIO COVER: tfchg SWIMMING POOL. Neat package, Saratoga Hgts.
----
covered under Medicare saysa Partlea. Avon Conn. 06001. LISTINGS
Installed HS6DO. imuMtalled _
Social Security spokesman."This Phone 1 |203)) 6733455. I WANT TO BUY n need $1100./ Gator MooOe Home Before TWO BEAUTIFUL ACRES Madison St. with comfortable .

Isn't always true and ALSO BOOKING utility abed, something for Service. 372.9797. tfchg. FRED SACKETT- home.
we hope that the new hand- PARTIES.. 7/15 7tchg 8/26 around S10O. 431-1489. Itchg" REALTOR -----
A
book will clear up this miscon- 8/12 You Buy SPRING LAKE KEYSTONE 80' on crystal clear

ception." AVON CALLING: 'fobuyoraelAvon. --------- FOR SALE: Diamond needles skiable lake split level with CHAA.
Call 755-2HU7 or write for any stereo aver 247 Afferent ANNOUNCING. Starke Office 904 9646522 Mobile -----
Lama Oyatt, P.O. Box 220, Lake WANTED: Used refrigerator one, wo hors then- all. Dan- 205 Temple [US-3011
ONE ACRE OUT OF CITY LIMITS All electric
tky, Florida, tI.... *,wasters,and Move la oars Dbeounl.i LJt. Edwarda III A A.....
good condition.. Call Dab-. Branch Office Hampton Office 904 468-1753 Home 3BR 2B.PARADISE.
My Neighbors mere Discount 964-7923. tfa 206 S.W.t.rSI. emlleaSouthofSlarkecoUS301. -----

CHILD CARE: Liceneed Stark.Fin.. 32091 LAKE Large home on :I picturesquelots.
hot meek. fenced yard FOR SALE OR LEASE: See .

Supervised. play. 964-8464. HELP WANTED: Parttimemale Commercial budding with Suian Bakkea. Associate Hampton-5 BR, 2 1/2 "bath -----
tfchgWT1J. help needed bt Storks living quarter 102 E. Paul Faulkner. Associate 128.900. home..Com
modern
John POTPOURRI 20 acres plus
area, must have dependabletransportation Brownlee corner of SR-16 Irene F.ulk..r-A..od. Hampton-7 lots (9,000.
---- -------
mercial property on 301 lots on Crosby Lake
work 3.4 and Walnut St. R.C. Dampier Starke 2 BR 1 bath (11,500
BABY SIT for any aged afternoon n week.. For Information Phone 9647721. ttchg If you are Interested In buy Starke 3 BR, 11/2 "bath 473 Green Acres Besient Road A Little Lake Santa Fe.
1d In my ho... 9646821.tlcg. call 3253632. ing or selling property call 21500. rhi.TI

Collect. 8/5 Zip 8/12 FOR SALE: Mobile .home lots I acre lots 3500. Cecelia T. Terwillegar/ Realtor

(95..._.Few Iota till available 9643065 3 acres,double wide 26500. 206 West Madison Avenue Starke Florida
,
Middleagedeempaoloahou.ekeiper fa several. eubdrvufan Ph. 4681551. I 1/2 acres, single wide ,
Help Wanted: Mimosa Manor
MISCELLANEOUS tfchg. 964-5142 12.50O.
to ::::

......................... live la F.with n lady Melroee.on Lake 373- suirox' Today! Many Other Mobile Home ParkA U OFFICE PHONE 964-7776

NEED TO COMMUTE? Santa 'near 8/5 FOIL SALE:: 38 Snub man .handgun Come. used see us Nice Place HOME PHONE 964-5145
From Starke to Gainesville S 0301.lltchg 'M.ZZ.ham)gone(24AS 25 To Live

> days a week. 964-6276 after mimatle gams Nit IHA, tOIV

Determination 600.: lip 8/12 WANTED: Farm A DkJmean-. tfchg. Bin Trigs 468-1642 Lots
Dick Co..964-6364 Yard
------------ construction' machequipvehicle CareCerbairatan

KNOW blood pressure Let u* ..0 your -
your
Day or Night Anywhere! surplus for you. Open FOR SALE: Yamaha elec l.oJ'" r 9'e...s'o"- Mob Bones .

CLASSIFIED AD RITES Accu-Rx chech "Warning Monday thru Saturday, 8:30to trealc.tage organ, excellent United Farm Agency Water LONGCHAMPHa HICK'S

.Ip" Instantly right on the 6. Northeast Florid. condition, cover Included REAL.ESTATE__ Ce ami s..lIpl'lant and Bdk5ngMatrW. .
Deadline for insertion apot. (2995. Koch Drug. Equipment. Auction. US-17. 1,200 negotiable. Call 964- .' .-- ---,- Inc. C.ebgePidmp *
7/29 5tp 8/26 North Green Cove Spring. 5875 alter 4. Ifpd Ample Parking
Tuesday Noon preceding HICK'SIff"I'POODLE
3 BR frame CH&A (13.000
Thursday before 284-5977. tfchg Reg.Real Estate Broker "Improved Street -WE BUILD-
- :206 S.Water. bt. llertrk TOW flam Or Ovi
For Sale: Beady Salon, good Service
publication. 2 BR frame, screened porch
FOR SALE: Medium pointOflire National Advertising Your Lot Or "
location, in Storks. good 2UO Ampre.Metwedt Our
Shop pone. 19 cents FREE clientele. Call 964-8547 8/5 (10.000 Paul Faulkner-Broker :. -FREE FSrlSL TFRtmdelogRep.lr. Two Full Time

Minimum Charge 12.00 each, (1 80 do.. When buying ......................... 2b/l2 - Irene Faulker-. Aasodala GroomersAppointments
(Covers IS Words) .8 do*. do>. coat I I. SI65. Buy FREE KITTENS: 2 while, 6 2 BR frame (8,400. terms. Susan Bakkea-Aamdata Mive la Bonua AddHionaHomes

Each word over 15 12 do*. and the price per doi.U weeks old 1 striped mother FOR SALE Kohler-Camp- - 964-5(165 FRI7IMomh Bought For
2 BR frame, 1 acre (7,500
10 cents II..50. Buy our pea sad ,font Sold Tndod
cot. 9646756. lip 8/12 bell Console piano. Fruit Your Convenience
.. .. The Office 110 W. - -
Shop ARE YOU READY TO SELL Electric
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you have an established FOR RENT .... ............ ....... 3 FAMILY YARD SALE. financed pwplt art I I"pelt' Hwy XI South, Star** Now Open Under
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acre* *a Scfeehim Of UttdCanTakmOn Serving The Coldest BeerIn
mobile home In country FOR SALE Approximately 2tp 519MOVING WlaonRd. Rl-A" (22jOOO cock bar air coed.,
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53 Girl Scouts Camp At Kingsley ]Lakes Raiford To Keen 3-Mill Tax Levy

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About 53 Girl Scouts from Residents of Raiford will be land. The council last year -Griffis said he would get has not been covered to pre
I'f!' Bradford and Union counties paying the budgeted $7,000 for
same taxes next recreational four empty oil drums to be vent garbage from falling out;
have been camping August 2-eat this and fire
year as year as the Rai- departmentuses. used as trash containers for inconsistency In the time of
Girl Scout
Camp Neyati at ford Town Council .
approved day that the truck reaches
the baseball field. Prices were
Kingsley Lake, enjoying the In other business the
continuing
current 3.00 tax council said to range from $5 to $10 certain households; complaints
everything from nature trailsto
millage during its regular : drum. that certain articles
swimming to washing monthly meeting Monday per-Agreed to purchase fill dirt have not been removed when
dishes in the outdoors.
9. Airman David
August Lee to be placed in front of the residents placed them out for
The town was said to be in Assigned to Lowry town hall. pick-up.
"It's very 'primitive, butthat's good financial condition by SAN ANTONIO Airman -Voted to send a list of -Gave approval for con
said Camp
tip good Eaves. Mayor\ J.D. Griffis after being David A. Lee, son of Mrs. complaints to Thelma Thorn- struction of a cook-out grill by
Director Carolyn
told by clerk Kathryn Alvarez Agnes E. Thomas"of 538
the Fire behind
ton who contracted the town's Department
"They learn if you forget your that !Kaiford had BrownleeSt., Starke, has been
ert $2,139 in the Some of the town hall. The grill wouldbe
IW do without a garbage pick-up.
r ,a matches you contingency fund still assigned to Lowry AFB, Colo.,
campfire. If you forget your after those outlined at the council available for use by resi
untouched. The fiscal completing Air Force
year that the truck dents of Haiford.
were
meeting
do without.
jelly you They ends September 30. basic training.During .
learn to take the Initiative. Alvarez said she would havea the six weeks train
draft of the 1976-77 budget ing at Lackland AFB, Tex., i
The week-long camping prepared for consideration by the airman studied the Air Demo Donkey Banquet Sat.
program is in its tenth year, the council during the Sept- Force mission, organizationand
and part of its purpose is to ember 6 monthly meeting. customs and received Speaker for the Clay County
give girl scouts a chance to Griffis said that he would special instruction in human Democratic "Donkey"Banquet Tickets can be obtained \
move up in rank. Browniesare consult with Union County relations. set Saturday, Aug. from members of the Clay
the youngest, and from officials for the purchase of Airman Lee will now 28, will be Secretary of State Democratic Executive
there come the cadets junior land near the Haiford baseball receive specialized training in Bruce Smathers. Committee, or by phoning
fly-ups, and juniors. field for location of a combination the munitions and weapons Committee Chairman Ralph
basketball-tennis court. maintenance field. The banquet will be held in Ingle, 264-4133; Hazel W.
Some of the scouts have III'I( said the council could get a The airman is a 1975 gra the Clay County Shrine Club Ryan 282-4392 or Evelyn
> been spending the night in the 100-year lease from the duate of Bradford High School S209 in Green Cove Springs. Cooper. 284-9991
Camp Neyati wilderness, county, but added that he and attended Lake City Com A social hour begins at f p'rnT: :
which has been from
a change Mould rather munity College.
of the favorite: activities of the campers at Camp Neyati include the nag ceremony at the previous summer camps. The purchase the 14
end of the lj\,
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change was made in part to ------- ----
Gir1; Scouts carrying; out the solemn duty here are (\l-r) Marla Thomas. Tasher Allen Adrianneelty. prevent vandalism which
\\ "alt'rlt'lc'loud.: Brooke Williams, and Belinda Nelson. struck the camp last year !
when someone slashed tents

overnight.The that were. left unattended E\ect\ !


scouts have their favorite ;
activities, and some of (
those include such unlikely JthMSA'
chores as setting up the tents \
4f and washing dishes. The difference -
between washing
dishes at home and at camp is ,
that it is done outside, "so AREZ
they can see everything," AV.V .
explained unit leader Beaulah
T Lennon of Starke. .

Other favorites are hiking, CPROPERTY A I'.,"

s singing new, cookouts friends. and meeting APPRAISER



camp Funding comes for from the camping summer You Have Fl Right To KnowYou
fees, and the balance is made
up by the Gateway Girl Scout

T Council Council of also Jacksonville.provides The the Have A Right To Know What's Going On In County Government. Taxes

the many girls.tents that are used by Are A Necessity And I Believe Most Citizens Are Willing To Pay Their Fair

Share.
"It takes a lot of planning j
beforehand, a lot of work dur
ing the camp,and a lot of work" But I Don't Believe You Should Be Expected To !
afterwards to clean up, i

group Eaves of said young, surrounded campers by a Pay Those Taxes Blindly And Without Question.

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"But the greatest thing With Every Responsibility There Comes A Privilege. Paying Property TaxesIs
Ta"h..rIt'n\ I(\\.i, and Jenni Pfieiter look
like
they are trying; to assist Len Eaves in cleaning his about camp is swimming in
shoes. Not math\because., though\ it's just old-fashioned curiosity and clowning around. The two girlspumped Kingsley Lake, Hight" A Responsibility Of The People Of This County, But With That Comes The
in turn
\ lucky for !Len the pump was out of order that ilj;>'. "Right! comes the chorus

Privilege Of Asking Questions About How Your Property Has Been Appraised.

4 Girl Scouts Promoted

I ." s The People Of Bradford County Are Entitled
To First
a'.1; L \\ Cluss
tJ 4IIl[ ( __
\ County Offices That Will Welcome Questions Rnd
Four area Girl Scouts were out-of-doors, and health In M
recently promoted to First addition to that they had to
Class rank the highest meet four "challenges" or Offer Courteous And Efficient Service.
possible in Girl Scouting during tests of their knowledge in
the summer at certain
camp complicated interest
1 Camp Neyati.Three areas. If Elected, I Will Provide Those Things For You, The Taxpayer Of Bradford
Starke ninth graders
received the award: Betsy "I pushed them and made County, And I Will Always Be Available For Your Questions Or Problems.
Yawn of Lila Rae
daughter
them w ork. We are very proudof
Yawn Catherine ,
daughter S;, Schoenmg of !Mr and; Schoenmg and Mrs Lynne Herman scouts them accomplishment," aid Eaves of the Because I Believe You Have A Right To Know Pd Pol Ad

f Mi r Johns/ daughter of !Mr and
Mrs Robert J. Johns. The i
three are members of Cadet
Troop 520 of Starke led by
Carolyn Eaves and I Laurie I
:Mullms.
FINAL i
The louith to receixe I the
alurdlit... II i Lake City ninth
grader\ Jake J( \\ainwright\ ,
daughter of[ :Mr and :Mrs Ed 1
\V \\airmright Joyce is a
I
member of the Lake City IuvcricQLV
cadet troop
I I.Mine ./lohns. \\ "" "promoted to the rank of First t Class the high. Class rank, which is comparable
esl possible in C dirt s,''itits, h\ .nil-1. Troop leader C'arolxn Eases to the Eagle rank in Boy
K Campevatl:, l-riil.it. Vigust! <6. Scouts, the girls had to earn

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