Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 23, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:04110
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Some city employees will get a five percent Increase In take
,home pay after the Starke council voted unanimously Tuesday
night to pay retirement benefits for non-union workers.

The motion by Commissioner Joe Warren and seconded by 4 Salute .1 '
Commissioner Harold Epps, touched off a discussion of what the July ( ;

five percent would cost the city in dollars. Speaking as a citizen, .,
-- Jesse Wolbert' attorney for the police department in I I '

H i Loading a Cessna "agriculture truck" prior to another ap- Service Marlanna! and Bill Sims, also with the low bid bargaining, said he would be curious to see what this would cost. / '
r] plication of !Mirex In Union and Bradford counties are (I-r) Ed company. Wolbert viewed it as 10 percent,with five percent contributed by Plans ;I'
l\ 'urlee, plant pest technician I Department of Agriculture. Mirex was applied to 10,000 acres In both counties In a two day the city, and five percent the employee does not pay that he Jelling
''ji Division of Plant Industry; John Chalker. pilot for S&S Air period June 2021. The two planes used the runway at Florida receives either,on his retirement or termination. ,
I if{ State Prison and had fuel hauled In by truck. "It Is how you slice the pie," Kallos told the board the

said Mayor Charles Schaefer. money was there for the
Schafer said the city hasn't summer months since there Organizer Says"It
changed the payroll and this had been an interim period ,
State Battles Fire Ants \was the most economical and before Miss. Godwin was -
feasible way .to give the named director.A .
Is all coming Church will be the 7:30 p.m..
,, ,employees a raise. It would letter from the bond together, :
,, cost he city twice as much for trustees recommending an said Harry Green, coordinator preacher< and Rev. Jasper I
i Jan across-the-board five outside consultant be hired to of this year's Old Fashioned Williams of the Bethlehem
percent said Schaefer. Fourth of July Celebration in Free Will Baptist Church will
study the city-electrical: plantset
Mirex From Plane The difference in take home off a round of discussion Bradford County.An preach at 9:30: p.m.,
Spread checks will affect only nonunion between commissioners. Joe
, employees.. Union Warren said he was opposedto old time camp meeting said singer already
members and those spending tax money for a Sunday; July 3, Is planned to confirmed are. Evergreen
represented byla! consultant. Hi start off the festivities Green Baptist Bethlehem Free Will
The fire ant has been a month's time there should bea contact your local County Mississippi l Louisiana, agent salaries are determine agreed to let the; was clerk finally check said. Roman Alvarez will be Baptist. Calvary'Baptist and

growing problem for nine noticeable difference in the Agent. Georgia, a large part of Texas by negotiation. around and see what amount the officiating pastor and Don Pine Level Baptist Churches.
southern states since the second number of ants., Brown said he knows that and South Carolina 'the The council left the final of money they would be Denton is helping to coordinate Also participating will be
using chemicals of this type! southern of Arkansas "the Grace Methodist and Lawtey
quarter of the twentieth portion implementation date up to about to have community tent
century, and Bradford and As far as the side effects are scares many people and his] and North Carolina and our< City Clerk Merrill Edwards to talking make a study a consultant and meeting.i Methodist Churches.
concerned representatives'from office has done all they can to own Sunshine State.
Union counties. have been no have the bookkeeping
make a recommendation Other interested in
exception. Brown's office said it is alleviate these fears, but often; To this date the ants have, machines programmed for to Singing will begin\ in Brad groups
Monday and Tuesday, according "one of the most environ- that is hard to do. He said : multiplied their colonies until the new system.Representing the city commission. ford Memorial Stadium at participating should contact
safe" chemicals to chemicals often be- from to In other business before the 6:30: Sunday night. Rev. Rev. Roman Alvarez or Don
to Ralph Brown of the mentally using they number five ten ,u .. the recreation p.m.
'State Department of Agriculture '':,use; especially 'in, the" concentration : "comea'an "emotional thing'" billion and.occupy-about: 130:1-: 7bwra, GtwwMloiv( ,urged the* council went into, executiveSee ,George United pastor of the would Denton.be Green said there
solicitation the
Division of Plant Industry in which it is used. with many people, where it, million acres of land. The ant city to get into a business 1'8'.11.- First11: Methodist'I if part of no The en only'
any group.
the insecticide !Mirex It's hard for an indi- shouldn't be. hill, more often termed operation that would be self- thing costing money will be \'
was applied to Bradford, There have been numerous mounds, are evident whereverthe supporting. Warren agreed he I
vidual to pick it up, as one has ser refreshments.July .
and tests done with the chemical land Is cleared and warm, '
Union Alachua Marion too look hard to was in favor of a possible 1\
really see one \
counties in the effort to curb of its brown grains.Mirex which costs about 30 cents an and often damage farm swimming pool as a joint 4 festivities will! begin
the fire ant problem in the acre to use but we can't tell machinery and are known to venture between city, county with, a parade starting at 2:30
area. : is also used in a solid the people hat many of them interfere with plowing.The and,school board that would "" "!J''> ;".." ..- p.m. from the north side of the
About one pound or .016 form, as opposed to the liquid are asking. That is, "What sting the ant inflicts is support itself. Epps said it Q JlA high school. on Washington

ounces of Mirex was appliedper form many other chemicalsare will happen with the food we often feared more than the would appear that the county ,' ...... ._ Street said Green. Fire
acre with 5,000 acres to get used in. Brown said. "A eat 25 years from now" if this chemical because if a hill is needs to put in more money myt' trucks from all)) the departments
the Mirex In Bradford County i liquid may cause damagesome chemical is to be used. disturbed not one, but an into recreation to compensatefor in the county will participate -
and 5,000 acres to get it in distance away, but witha National Geographic termed army of the ant defenders will the number of county along with the American
Union County, 4,000 of those solid," he said, "it can only the chemical an" "en- leave the hill to repel the in residents using recr D Legion, National Guard,
Union County acres are state go one way, as it is heavy." vironmental hazard. but truder. facilities. The county .. ._ jyr Boy Scouts, Shriners, 4-II.
Brown still has faith in its f fir
land. A victim is gripped by the presently contributes $11,000to ; i/J ., Jaycees the Bassmasters and.
This amount of Mirex:, Two Cessna Agricultural effectiveness and the safety of skin by the mandibles of each the city's $48,000. ; the Forestry Service.
which is mixed with soybean Trucks, a form of single the chemical if used with ant which then arches its In other recreation business
oil and corncob grits before it engine fixed wing aircraft, caution. : Green said those groups had
back and will jab with its Schaefer agreed to accompany -
is applied, is way below the will be used to apply the The ants, who invade stinger at least a dozen timesor members of the joint w'j: already confirmed but any
harmful level, according to Mirex, and each plane can pasture and crop land and and several thousand city-county recreation board other group wishing to parti-
which' named for their, r should contact him at
Brown. haul about 2,000 pounds at a are stings be incurred within Tallahassee to pro test losinga ) cipate
Mirex. a chlorinated hydro- clip.The planes can apply the fiery sting, come in two I'' seconds of the ant attack. $50,000 grant for a ballf ieid. IiU 964-8011 or Bill Wilson at the
carbon, takes about a month !Mirex to a path 110 feet wide, species. Both species are Schaefer reminded Kallos Chamber of Commerce, 964-.
before any noticeable effectsare according to Plant Pest throught to have arrived! The sting has been known to that hiring temporary sum' p_ 5278.
observed. The chemical is Technician Ed'Curlee' and aboard ships from South] cause allergic reactions in mer help was the prerogativeof -
eaten by the ants for about can stay up without having to America probably landing in I some people resulting in the recreation board, but Trophies for the best
four days after which it be- come back and refuel for two Mobile, Alabama. shock but it also raises. fulltime help must be ap- I commercial best church best
comes rancid. During this hours at a time, depending on The black ant Solenopsis j blisters that burn. The ants do proved by the council. school and the best youth
richteris, was thought to have some good by killing ticks and float will be
four day period the chemicalis how large an area they spray -- group awarded
hopefully transferred to and how much moving around arrived around 1918 and the1 I flies that damage sugar cane The issue came up as a ,Green said. The parade will

other members of the community from area to area that has to red member of the family, and bother cattle and insects, salary adjustment for Ben Frank William of Hampton shows customers June Miles and stop at the courthouse for flag
who is
By the' end of aSunday be done each time they are up. Solenopsis invlcta arrived but there are also wildly Moxley Jr. receiving Helen Stanley of Hampton Lake jars of wild flower honey.' raising sponsored by the
$22 week more ($162))
around the early 1930's.Since exaggerated tales of fatal attacks Williams and other local American Legion and then
In order to ,have Mirex then the ants have upon chicks, piglets and Cheryl Godwin made was an US-301 growers. are at the Farmer's Marketon continue to the, fairgrounds
Saturday, 10 a.m. to.4 and and Thursday
p.m. Tuesday
assistant in that
applied to your land you must spread through Alabama, calves. 4-6 p.m.Produce. where the first event at 4 p.m.
will be the battle of the barrels

Apartments Conform To! Present Zc 3ning Available between partments.all the county fire de

Some of the events already
confirmed said Green are the

J But Not To Land Us Plan watermelon eating. tobacco I
Proposed City, pole, horse shoe pitching a
"This is the second time this and the Junior Foods store on calls for In areas of the city residential 1-3, or up to three horse show by the Bradford
ISTi. has hafpened. and I am tired Madison Street conform to the. and certain areas will be non- dwellings. vegetables at Starke 'couple: said they Were Roping Club and a Softball
June 24 of It, said Harold Epps present zoning they both do conforming,said Epps. Epps took exception to the reasonable prices are offeredto getting $6 a hamper for peas game.A .
during the regular meeting of not conform to the proposed time set by Mayor Charles shoppers at the retail and beans and 50 cents a pint
Reception Honoring the Starke Council Schaefer for public hearing on baking contest will servea
Tuesday land use plan. produce market located at the for black berries.
Rev.and Mrs.Jim Love referring to the nonconforming The land use plan developedby the land use plan. The October Bradford County Farmers Market Bob Allen double purpose. Ribbons will
I "It is not fair to the people of the North Central Florida manager
Fellowship Hall issuance of date set by Schaefer seemedtoo Market on US-301. said the success of the market be awarded for the best en-
I, First Christian Church' building permits In the city. Starke and"the people who are Regional Planning Council far in the future for Epps. Direct from the field each year depends on the tries. Then the entires will be
investing, Epps said. A (NCFRPC) and local citizens
3-Sp.m.Pultllc copy Schaefer' defended the fall produce Is brought to the weather and crops but con- served as dessert along with a
of the should be handy in has the Cherry Street area as '
Invited map date saying he was under the market from 10a.m. able to dinner prepared by the
Saturday sumers are get good
Epps said while the triplex city hall to show people what single family dwellings. That
'Impression from NCFRPCthis to 4 p,m. and ''Tuesday and fresh produce from local Lawtey Theressa, Brooker
'apartments on Cherry Street the proposed land area is zoned R-I.
use plan now and Bradford
I j was the "best possible Thursdays from 4 to 6 p.m. fields at reasonable rates. County, fire
Tuesday,June 21 time and it would take 60 days and sell directly to the con departments The dinner of
for the to clear channels bar-b-que pork or beef with all
plan sumer. There is no charge to
Bradford County Youth Rapes Woman 66A and also to have the city local growers for using the Blanding LeadsIn the trimmings will cost $1.50.
Zoning Board !Election over with irregardless facilities., Green urged people to get a
Clurtllouse7:30p.m. .& : of who will be sitting on The market, in operation for RainfallCamp ticket in advance at the
66-year-old black woman the cut-off road that circles] to'the trailer, and left runnln,. the council. four years, currently has a Chamber of Commerce. Hot
was raped in the early morning the lake. The Clay County Sheriff s attorney George Pierce variety of produce. Blanding led the area dogs and hamburgers will also
hours Saturday at her The victim attempted to call'' office is investigating the said the Interim the current Clarence Moore, a retired in rainfall during the period be available, said Green. -

Thursday,June 30 trailer home near Kingsley a nearby neighbor, but the crime, but had no informationto zoning must be followed or the Dupont employee, specializesin June 13-21, measuring 3.93,
Lake. phone was out of order, due to, release a* of Wednesday city. might be facing law suits. tomatoes. The home grown inches. The baking contest is being
Bradford County Living alone,, the woman an electrical storm early no on. 'It' was determined another pear tomatoes )sand Walter's Keystone Heights was supervised by Lola Johnson
School Board awakened, she said runner-up with 2.4, and and anyone interested should
was by a Friday night so she waited project. 40-one bedroom were selling Tuesday for $5 a
Special Meeting young white boy, with long until daylight and made her' fair Charged dwellings on Andrews Street, 37 Ib. box.Another. Bradford County's three fire call 964-5001 for further in
7pm. ,'ha ir.who told her r. her physically, other nicknamed locally "the cat {Jfit/i' BurglaryTwo 'railroad will fit into the land Williams of Hampton said he 2.2 inches. Desserts can be brought to the
Heaviest rains at Blanding
than the sexual attack. house," where she told an use plan and the clerk wasi fairgrounds between 2-4
"wtey Athletic Assoc Although she had a dim night acquaintance of the attack Starke' men were i directed to write the Housing likes to grow things for the came Saturday} with 1.75 and the judging will take pace
I with grand larceny. enjoyment of:watching them Inches and Tuesday with 1.86 at 4 -
Sports Banquet light burning in the trailer and was brought to Bradford charged and Urban Developmentoffice p.m.Speech
Hamburger FryAUchool 1 she was unable to get a "goodlook" County Hospital.. She was and burglary for the May 12 there was adequate grow. Williams had watermelons Inches. An electrical storm
at cents for his
of the Bradford- 73 Friday night brought little making and awards
at the youth's face. later transferred to Clay burglary facilities for the area.
Memorial Union Vocational Technical sewage customers. The retired rain, but knocked out power will cap the celebration in the
Investigating officers from released Hospital and back. and was School, according. to Starke. Schaefer said a check: would telephone company employeealso 'service for several hours in early evening.- 'Colonel
G... r.1 the Clay County Sheriff's home ,Investigators. r I be* made ,In response to a had ol'llonsl okra the,Klngsley Lake area. '. Howard Dunn of 'Keystone
office found large barefoot 'fThe men charged are AIaooMasters question by Epps if a mobile eggplant, and wild flower Louis Hill led the three Heights, former Vietnam

Qlrjr l U!mmunttg prints leading to and from the Other than the rape,she was ,'' 20, and Carlos Armstrong home / on Sinclair Streetwas'approved. honey. Bradford!: towers >,with 3.7 prisoner of war, will,be the
junk trailer Indicating the Intruder not harmed physically, but 22. Epps said he Peas and black: eye peas sell inches during the past.week, main ,speaker, '
,&tatt had come from the directionof was under observation due to The men were placed In ,.had ; understood the zoning real good according to Tlncy compared with\I.' for New
the Old Kingsley Lake cut a heart condition and possible Bradford County Jail, and, K-,3, board had denied approval as and William DeSue.They said River and a little over one Instead of fireworks this
Acs.wn....iw.r.a Ua off, road.. The woman lives shock. ding to Investigates/ are had the city council and the the market Is Inch at Santa Fe.:'So. far'' in, year, Green said the National

f.W N T..pMIt..._'....W.....e.Cir*. I close behind an auto repair The barefoot prints In- t out, on bail but 'are,<&;;I;trailer ",.is'' located there Saturd8l because of June, rainfall in Bradford has Guard will put on something.

'shop, between 'Highway! 16 and, dicated that the youth walked awaiting l \triaL.. ';anyway., .more : sellers,The averaged JMJnches.., ,:spectacular Ml *". t.,W.*

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Drew Barry Honored At Reception Robyn Tinsler\ and William Warren I

Mr.and Mrs.Paul G. Brown Orange Park.Receiving Wed June 11 In LawteyMiss
entertained Saturday, June guests were Mr.
11, with a reception at their and Mrs. Paul ,G. Brown
home, 1569 Bessent Road, Drew Barry, and! his mother Robyn Kay Tlnsler and
I honoring Andrew Jackson Mrs. A.J Barry. William Michael Warren were ta' ,y.'lr
Barry,, II, a graduate of St. The focal point of the dining united in marriage Saturday,
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June 11, at 7 p.m. at the First ,
John! s Country Day School in table was a brass candelabra
Church in Lawtey with
centered with an epernge Baptist .
Rubye Hodges containing baby's breath and Rev, E.C. Harvey performingthe .
red roses. On either end of the nuptials.
table were Williamsburg
Celebrates hurricane. shades containing The bride is the daughter of
candles. Throughout the Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker
Birthday Brown home cut flowers, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert
plants and lighted candles Tinsler of Lawtey. The groomis
were placed at vantage points.A the son of. Mr. and Mrs. JI
The children of Mr. and c
William Warren of Orange
II' Mrs. Evon W. Hodges honored Williamsburg glass punch Park.
their mother, Mrs Rubye bowl was situated in the ;
center of the patio which was C
Picture taken at a R.A. Palmer family reunion In 1974 at Montgomery( Bell State Park, Dickson Hodges, with a birthday also decorated with flowers Miss Cheryl Williams,
Tenn. front row 1 to r: Mrs. Mary Frances Palmer Weyandt. Mrs. Martha Palmer Poland, Mrs. dinner the home on Sunday of their, June son-in-law 19{ at plants, and candles. cousin of the bride, organist,
Louise Palmer Copeland and Mrs. Ruth Palmer Jef and Mrs. Peggy Dobbs,
Sarah Palmer Stewart, (deceased) Mrs. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Assisting in hospitalities
Palmer, Alfred II. Palmer, Frank W. Palmer, soloist, presented a programof
ferson. Second row: Jeff W. Palmer, E. Lucien Carl Edwards In Brooker. were Adrienne Barry,sister of
James M.Palmer, Robert A. Palmer,II and Hugh L.Palmer. Three 8-foot tables were set the honoree, Mrs. Charles E. nuptial music.Decorating '

Held up In the dining room, of the Hutcheson, Mrs. Charles the altar was a
Sixth Reunion To Be By Edwards' home where Blalock, Mrs. Pete G. Felos, single candelabra with white j.

greenery, fresh flowers and Miss Jana Godwin Mrs Gus tapers flanked by two basketsof t "
Descendents Of R.A. PalmersThe candles decorated each table. Kopelousos and Mrs. FrankW. yellow daisy mums and .
Seated at the head table Palmer, Sr. gladioli and a unity candle.
hosted this by Mr. and During the hours of 7:30: to .i
year were Mr. and Mrs. Evon W.
Scott Tinder brother oi the 1.-
descendents of RobertA. Sumter, S.C.; Mrs F.J. Mrs. Frank Palmer at their Hodges, Mrs Mary Etta 9:30: approximately 75 guests attended
Palmer and Rebecca Jefferson (Ruth), San Antonio home, supplemented by Hodges and Mr. and Mrs. Carl from Gainesville, Newberry, John bride,Tlnsler, brother as best of man the 6
Mrs. F.A. Tallahassee Jacksonville and
Harrison Palmer formerly of Texas; motels nearby.. Edwards. ; k5
Alachua, will hold a Palmer Copeland (Louise), Valdosta, Approximately 75-80 Others attending were Mr. Starke attended. bride, was usher.
family reunion June 23 Ga.; Robert A. Palmer, Jr? descendents are expected to and Mrs. Jim Rae of Guests included Mr. and Miss Kimberly Hill of }
through June 26 at the High Springs; James M. be present. Daily meetings, Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. F.H. Kramer of Starke, Miami attended as maid of
ICingsley Lake home of Mr. (Jim), Fort Myers; Martha cookouts and other EW. Hodges, Jr. and Mark, maternal grandparents; out- honor. She wore a floor length
and Mrs. Frank W. Palmer. Palmer Poland, Valdosta? associations will evolve about Mr. and Mrs. Randal Hodges of-town guests Mr. and Mrs. gown of yellow dotted Swiss
r The late Mr. and Mrs. H,A'Calmer Ga.; Frank W., KingsleyLake the home of Frank and and Aimee of Hampton Lake, William Barry, Sr., paternal featuring short sleeves,
f were the parents of ; Alfred H. Lewisburg Martha. Mrs. Veleita Lovelace of grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ruffled V-neckline and a satin ilTY
twelve children of which Tenn.; Mrs. Paul'E. Weyandt Each year since 1971, the Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barry, Newberry; Mr. ribbon at the empire waist.' ,
/J eleven still survive One (Mary Frances), Arlington, Palmer family has held these Jimmy Gnann, Barry and William Barry, Newberry; She wore a yellow rose and .
I daughter, Mrs. W.O. Stewart Va.; E. Lucien Nashville, family "get-togethers" goingto Stacie of Middleburg, Mr. and Miss Julianne Barry and Miss baby's breath in her hair and
(Sarah) of Hinesville, Ga. Tenn. and Jeff W. of Denver, a different location each Mrs. Ivey Bennett and Tonja Kathy Barry of Tallahassee McDonald carried two long stem yellow
passed away last year. The Colo. year. Last year ((1976)) was the Patrick of Lawtey, Mrs. and Mrs. Emily roses. I.
other children are: Hugh L., The annual! reunion is being home of Jeff and Norma Jean Ralph Morgan of Starke, Mr. and Miss Liz Bennett of Missie Miller, cousin of the .
----- Palmer in Denver, Colo., then and Mrs. Eddy Hazen of Jacksonville. bride, was flower girl and .
on to the mountains near Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Following the reception, wore a floor length yellow and .
LEARN ALL ABOUT Bailey. Colo. for a few Davis. Tammy and Chris of Mr. and Mrs. Brown hosted a green dress with accordian
days.The before that dinner party for the immediate -
years Orange ParkMethodists neckline. Wannis Walker,
were in Tennessee and several family at Sea Fox in
HDRSESAn brother of the bride, was ring-
locations in South Carolina Gainesville. bearer.
with an average of 75 family Hold Given in marriage by her
Expert From Purina Will Talk About members going to each place LoVon Drivas father. Albert Tinsler, the
The Care & Feeding Of Horses And Will and being together. Bible School bride wore a white, floor
'The 11 brother and sisters with slight train
Answer Your Questions. length gown
their spouses and many of the Music aroundthe
with lace
This edged daisy
Thurs July 7 Everyone FREE Coltee WeekThe I
Palmer grandchildren and hemline. The daisy lace Mrs. William Warren
7'30 PM I Is Invited a Donuts Hold Recital
great-grandchildren are
and First United Methodist accented the bodice and high covered with a white linen and Mrs. Caroline Hodges.
anticipating being present
DErB FARM SUPPLY enjoying the fun and Church held its vacation Students of LaVon Drivas bouffant neckline. sleeves The long terminatedat illusion cloth with wedding bells at the Following a wedding trip to
church school this week from four corners and centered the Smoky Mountains the
Nw 100 South Starke 964-9909 fellowship of "just being had their first annual spring daisy lace cuffs.She wore a tiered in
with a four wedding couple are residing
A together". 9 to 11:30: a.m.Children recital June 18 in the waist length mantilla edged
cake decorated with yellow Jacksonville.The .
from 12
2 through
Fellowship Hall of the First lace and
with matching daisy
enjoyed singing, games, roses The cake was encircled bride was a 1974 honor
Church. of
crafts, stories and bible studyat Baptist Piano students were Lois she yellow carried roses a and bouquet baby'sbreath with yellow and white daisy graduate at Bradford High
and Miss School.
the daily sessions. mums greenery.
Bennett, Joby Clark, Karen .
The offering will be going to Whittaker Loree Walker, step-sister of !Mr.Warren graduated from
Kapellen,.Frances Miss Cindy Warren,sister of
wecouldsellyouthisr the Hunger Fund of the the bride, cut the cake. Orange Park High School in
Michelle bookin
Johnnie Clark the
Church to help feed the the groom,kept guest Presiding at the two punch 1970 and is a graduate of St.
Poston, Denise Griffis, the church at a
the lobby of
children of the world. bowls at either end of the table Johns River Junior College.
Johnny Sweat Daryl Naz- table holding an arrangementof Mrs. Pam Steele, aunt of He is employed at the
Adults and youth assisting were
Sandra Crawford
ALONEPEffa in teaching and helping in the worth, yellow roses and greenery. the bride, Mrs. Geraldine Jacksonville Post Office at the
school Included: Mrs. 'J.C. Lorrie Chappell, Donnie A reception was held In the Norman, Mrs. Kathy Hardee bulk mail center.
Goolsby, Lydia Starling Church Fellowship Hall where
Dukes Mrs. David Fenton,
Joy Starling. the bride and groom their .r ,
Mrs. Rex Brown, Mrs. Bobby Guitar students were and attendants stood
on Beauty and Wue alonebutwewon't. Ferguson, Mrs Randy Michael Crockrell, Diane in parents the receiving line.
Newland, Miss Anne Haynes, Bizier and Dennis Chesser. The bride's table was CREW PERSONOF
Miss Debbie Spengler, Miss
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Mrs. Doug Gray, Mrs. Paul Fellowship Hall of the First Kevin Johns, Sherri Norman,
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166 entries !In the annual
t needlework competition,. this ,Rvre7+p+'rr-r QTY Mrs. Jean Darby, who it. i ,
past week sponsored by The moving to Gainesville the firstof I'i
Magic Needle in Starke, Mrs. July was honored at adessertbridge
Sara Pepper of Gainesville Saturday afternoon -
took the Sweepstakes Awardby in the Pecan Room of
popular vote on her large r the Garden Restaurant given
crewel framed picture by Mrs. Charles Darby and i
entitled "Verdant Gardens." Mrs. J.R. Wainwrlght. II j jI
She also took a first place As the guests were seated,
ribbon awarded by out-of- dessert was served at the four
town Judges for this work, in 't r tables after which bridge was
addition to an engraved played and prizes were
plaque. awarded.
Her crewel clock entry also Preceding the party Mrs. I !
took a first place ribbon. uJJ Charles Darby entertained the
i i} out-of-town guests, Mrs. Phil I, ;
Cheryl 1 Godwin of Starke McGuire, Mrs. C.W., Chalker I
won first place with her and Miss Elise Jones of ,yy .
"Painted' Needlepoint Plcture" Gainesville, along with Mrs.
L. Jean Darby, at a luncheon at t ,I ,
Other big Merit award '. .tIi- her home on Bessent Road. >
winners of the show, receiving "-" ,'G t"".... .. __.._
plaques for their workmanship Cookout Held At Mr. and Mrs. Carl T. Edwards I
In various categorieswere
Eloise Loudon of Starke Cheryl Godwin's needlepoint lion won her first place In the Bill Wilson Home Carl T. Edwards Celebrate I
who displayed an approximate painted needlework division of The Magic Needle's annual A. i
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Smith 9 x 5 foot latch hook needlework show.The entry, which took Miss Godwin about four 25th Anniversary I
rug; a handmade baby months to complete since she started It about the time she For Fair Assn.The :
Honored on 50th Anniversary Christening outfit made by became the Starke recreation director, was second in the voting Mr. and Mrs. Carl T. Ed- Howard Douglas, Mrs. J.R. I '
Martha Palmer of KIngsley for the sweepstakes prize. Board of Directors of
wards celebrated their 25th Mott, Mrs. Doris Kelly, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Smith, of North Walnut Street, were Lake' a needlepoint chess the Bradford County Fair Mildred Green and Mrs.
honored on their Golden Wedding anniversary with a reception board, made by Cotella Bevis ribbons. Association and their families wedding anniversary on
place Green all of Brooker
tries.Mrs. Sunday, June 5, at their homein Stanley ,
given June at the Pratt Street Recreation Center Gainesville .W. Gardner of Palatkawon had cookout last Friday
by Mr. and of and a petite Esther Willlama of Starke a Brooker given by their and Mrs.J.D. Erwin and Mrs.
Mrs.' Bert McGee. Guests on this occasion l Included members of point bell pull, exhibited and In the Borgello won a first with her crochetedand evening at the home of Mr. daughters, Mrs. Joey Bennett Don Rich of Gainesville.
the Senior Citizens Club in which the Smiths take an active made by Margaret Samuels, needlepoint division with four knitted baby clothes. and Mrs. Bill Wilson in and Mrs. Eddy Hazen. Mr.and Mrs.Edwards were t.'
part.; They were married 'In 1927 In Norfolk, Va. and have lived also of Gainesville. junior entries Marla Reddish, Latch hook rug and wall Lawtey. Attractive arrangements of married on June I, 1952 at the
In t since 1948. Forty friends and neighbors enjoyed this Around 21 first place rib- Connie Browning, Jerk Terrell hanging pieces awarded first Tennis, swimming and gladioli, daisies, bride's home in Brooker. I
occasion with the honor guests. bons and Gil Brown first cookout by the 37 pompomsand
were awarded In the taking place were done by Jimmy was enjoyed carnations highlighted Approximately 100 guests
categories of needlepoint, places for their various en- Reddish and Sandra Reddish, attending between the hours 7 points of interest in the party called between the hours 2 and
Gassett-Denmark Wedding Date Set crewel, crochet, knit, cross tries.Mrs. both of Starke. and 10 p.m. rooms for the occasion.The 5 p.m.Mr .
stitch, latch hook, and W. Gardner of Palatkawon The first place cross stitch cake table and punch
Miss Adrianne Gassett. at 6 p.m., in the Friendship Borgello work. in the Borgello pillows award went to Beth Rogers of table were covered with
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bible Church.A In needlepoint work, which division with Linda Wharton, Penny Farms. Mrs. E.W. Hayes spent last handmade floor length, dotted
James H, Gassett and reception will follow included exhibits in bell pulls, Keystone, taking first placesin week with Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Swiss cloths. The cake table and Mrs. John Miller,
Richard F. Denmark, son of immediately in the church pillows, pictures, and foot the crocheted afghan and Each year, Mrs. Marty Hayes in Miami and attendedher was centered with a three- Kevin and Mary Anne spent
Mr and Mrs. M.F. Denmark fellowship hall. stools, and Christmas bedspread divisions.. Barry,who owns and operatesthe granddaughter, Helena branch silver candelabra with last Thursday night with Mrs.
all of Keystone Heights, will All friends and relatives of stockings! first place ribbons Marguerite Hall of Starke, Magic Needle shop in her Hayes' graduation from high white tapers. At one end of the Miller's brother-in-law and
be married Saturday, June 26 the couple are invited to at went to Vee Mason, captured a first place with her home on Bessent Road in school. Another grand- table was a three tiered sister, Mr. and Mrs. W.M.
tend. Gainesville; Ada Reddish, crocheted shawl. Starke, celebrates her an- daughter, Hannah Hayes, wedding cake and at the other Meng and daughter Dana, in
Starke; Beth Stith, Citra; In the knit division, Mary niversary with a needleworkshow returned with Mrs. Hayes for end was a silver punch bowl. St. Petersburg. They spent
Rev. John Flynn HonoredAt Bunch Powers, Gainesville; Cahill,and Thelma Townsend, displaying the works of the summer at her home at Assisting in serving were Friday to Tuesday at Sanibel
I Latrelle Hamilton, Lake both of Gainesville, took first many of her customers. Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Terry Cranford, Mrs. Island and Daytona Beach.Don't .
Birthday-Picnic Butler Gainesville., and Gall Alcorn, 1

Rev. John Flynn was Episcopal Church with Mrs. Katherine Mosely of Lawteywon Mrs. W.H. Hart and Mrs.
honored at a birthday picnicon Wayne Jordon, Mrs. Jerald In the beginners Ella Moody have had as
Saturday afternoon at the McPherson and Mrs. George needlepoint division with four visitors Mrs. Fred Tyner of
George W. Brown party Brown serving as hostesses. junior entries,Marla Reddish, Gainesville last Friday and
house, dockside, at Kingsley Swimming and boatingwere Connie Browning, Jeri Terrell Mrs. C.W. Beasley and Drop Th Anchor
Lake. enjoyed by the group and Gil Brown taking first daughter,Joan,of Gainesvilleon
The covered dish supper along with a picnic supper places for their various en- Monday
was attended by 35 members during the party hours between -
and families of St. Mark's .4 and 9 o'clock.
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Connie Chasteen, Carl Riherd
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To Wed Aug. 20
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Mr. and Mrs. James Roy Mr. Htherd was also a 1973 ..
Chasteen, Jr. of Miami, graduate of Bradford High $1200plua Let Us Print I ""' .
formerly of Starke, announce School. He received his :
the engagement of their Bachelor of Building Con-
Loretta Constance to struction on June 11, 1977, pole l Be prepared for a comfortable
daughter if ua" YourEnvelopes
required.Right t '
Carl Doke Riherd, son of Mrs. graduating with honors. I I car And take
Robert M .Riherd of Starke, The couple will be married now Mr ;y = comfort in a lowGoodwrench
and the late Mr. R.M. Riherd. Saturday August 20 at 8 p.m. Is price \\l.
in the First Baptist Church of offering a special
Miss Chasteen was a 1973 Starke with the wedding low price on air y KEEP THAT ,. .98
graduate of Bradford High reception following the t 'conditioning service GREAT .
School. She received her ceremony at the Starke Hell recharge the GM FEELING Letterheads 'C ,-
Bachelor of Sciences In Woman's Club. refrigerant check the WITH GENUINE -
Agriculture June 11, 1977 All friends and relatives are entire system forleaks '' CM PARTS
graduating with high honors. invited. checklrs} hoses adjust Brochures Years
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for: ,"' Sales Books
Jerry Hatch, the over the punch bowl and proper I 11 I' '. j joutput. 3 -
former Karen Griffis was recorded guests in the .;;:i\\', i ',]1\\' r 'I In
honored at a bridal shower register.The j.1 'i-li; .. I '"
June 16 at the home of Mrs. color theme was green Garage repair y,.'' ,
and yellow with a center pieceof
Philip Lowell, given by Mrs. yellow daisies and yellow Let do the Tickets .
,\ Joan Forsyth. candles. us dirty Business

Mrs. Karen [Hatch, bride, Punch and cake were
work and
Mrs. Mavis Hatch, mother of served after games were give
the groom, and Mrs. Hazel played and prizes awarded.
I\ Griffis mother of the bride Among the twenty-five you a special price. Contracts -
were presented corsages of guests, out of town guests In
I yellow and white carnations. were from Old Town, ::>change\ Filter and Lube:
Miss Debbie Bobo presided Jacksonville, and Hampton. Booklets -

I; Bill Chelune Celebrates BirthdayBill Taking$ 9"care of your car yourself 1 Direct Mail Pieces Our

Chelune celebrated his until .4 p.m.Attending. can sometimes be a dirty
at were Eddie JOb But it's our business So
12th birthday a pool party
t given by his parents Mr. and Winkler, Billy Tison, Hal right now,if your GM car is You Name It .
Mrs. William Chelune, Jr. of Colston Ron Willis, Dale ready for a lube job oil Trade
the Starke Motor Court. Buchanan, Doug Douglas, change and filter why not ,
\ Hot dogs and the fixings and Douglas Green, Glenn Cor- let us do the work ,-
\ swimming were enjoyed bett Danny Jordan and includes '
This special price I
during the party hours of 12 Randy Bell. :
1 a five-quart oil change, a new oil
filter proper chassis lubrication, and Area
t Vicky Turner Celebrates BirthdayMiss a check ol differential and transmission fluids, It'sa
good way to help keep your car running smooth. .

Vicky Turner occasion with Vicky those KEEP THAT GREAT GM FEELING I
celebrated her 22nd birthday from out-of-town were: Kay WITH GENUINE GM PARTSYou //1 .....
at a family Turner and Bob Johnson of
Sunday evening
Jacksonville and Brant i-i-
birthday dinner given by her You Are Always A Winner When You Buy From
mother, Mrs. Janet Turner. Turner Gainesville.and Sally Lassiter of i
Among the 12 enjoying the

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Mrs. Marie Morrison,
v a >oi sins rna.see rsaoSTARKE
Supper June 25 mother of the groom was
among those attending the FLORIDA .
Starke chapter No. 224, Gladys Coleman and David .
Order of the Eastern Star,will Morrison wedding on June 4. ,, or Later Your Favorite D .le'"

have a covered dish supper,
Saturday, June 25, at 7 p.m. in
the Masonic Hall. :
All Masons and their
families are Invited to attend.


Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hazenof
Gainesville were Saturday
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M.F.

Hazen. In Business Since 1897 ,

I L.C. Smith of Vidalia, Ga.
was last Wednesday overnight L

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Faulkners Have Barbecue .
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k Dinner SaturdavMr. e I .,, : '
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Mr. and Mrs. Jim Faulkner '; ( >
j of the Buffalo Tank Co. of .. .
\\ entertained at a barbecue -
Jacksonville where Mr. :
., dinner Saturday night at their Faulkner Is employed. Mrs. J.M. Vickers of Mr. and Mrs. Watson : ,..{i.
, home on Route 2, Starke. ,
The guests played Softball Brunswick, Ga. and Brown of Atlanta were : .;.
4 The 35 guests were the and had relay races before the daughters, Mrs. Milt Minter Friday guests of Mr. and lit '.
p f. employees and their families barbecue dinner served.
was and daughter Heather of Paul G. Brown. ',",
r Morristown N.J. and Mrs. ., r ".
i Tinsler-Warren Wedding W.L Shaffer and children, Billy and Mary Ann Di '
I Max and Dori of Atlanta were have moved to Jacksonv 3 A
Tuesday guests of Dr. and where Mr. Duke is emplo; 1
Party Entertained Mrs. H.H. Adams and Mr. and with the State Department f
Mrs. S.G. Denmark. Commerce as a Workma < "

Mr. and Mrs. William William and fiancee Robyn Compensation Field Age'
t ) Warren of Orange Park entertained Tinsler following the couple's Mrs.J.M. Edwards, Sr. and Mrs. Duke is attending, r'
d at a dinner party wedding rehearsal.The granddaughter Keli Thomas, University of North FlorU
f Friday night. June 10 at the 24 attending includedthe visited Mr. and Mrs. John majoring in Elementa '
Western Sizzlin Restaurant couple's parents wedding Pare in Orlando last week. Education.On ,:, \;,.

in Jacksonville for their son, party, and families. ,
I M i Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Meister the Dean's list at LC(

and sons. Matt and Clay, of for the spring quarter wer ,. ...-.c
Pensacola, were last Wed- Joey Adams Leroy C. Be ---
1 [ nesday overnight guests of her Sandra Ebling, Charlie I So,
.BIRTHS 2d uncle E.L. Matthews at Foster, William Roy La
Kingsley Lake. Matt and Clay Devone Oliver Richard I
remained with Mr. Matthews Sundell, George W. Sykei e yy
and were joined by Mr.Matthew's Gus A. Turner and John 1
Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Mr. and !Mrs. B.M. Pharesof
Watson, all of Starke.
Wheeler of Starke announce Winter Park and Mrs. sister Mrs. H.B.
the( birth of a son, David Henry Rogers of Waldo( were McLendon of Orlando from
Miss Elizabeth Lawson
Wade born June 10 in Alachua Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Wednesday to Monday. ant
Mrs. Yates of
Kitty West
General Maternal O'Hara.
Hospital. Henry i
Palm Beach and Lake Walesare
Beverly Janet Millette has
grandparents are Mr. and
\ Mrs. Clarence Moore. Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy been named to the Deans list spending this week with ,
I Paternal grandparents are spent Friday to Sunday with at Florida Technological Miss Lawson's parents, Mr. .w
and Mrs. H.A. Lawson
Mr and Mrs. ll.F. Wheeler of their son-in-law and daughter University for the just. while! .
completed Spring quarter.Mr. enroute to the Caskill i
Starke. !Mr. and Mrs. David Men- _
Mountains for
a vacation.
denhall at Stone Mountain
Ga. Mrs.Mendenhall returned and Mrs. C.L. Cooper '
visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
\I ith her parents for a visit
:Mr and Mrs.John Whelchel until'July 5. Mr. Mendenhallwill Lord in Cross City and Mr.
of Sanford announce the birth join the family on July 1. and Mrs. Walter Stewart in Local admittances to
nf a daughter Christie Lynn, Also visiting the Mendenhallswere Trenton on Sunday.Mr. Bradford County Hospital this
horn June 15. Maternal !Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ivey week include: Frank MI;
grandparents are Mr. and and son of Eugene Oregon. .and Mrs. Eugene (Chip) Strickland, Eddie Jackson
:Mrs. T.ll. Slade of Starke.JJ The Iveys also visited Mr. and Gunter, III of Goldsboro, N.C. Mrs. Mary Greene, Oliver
Mrs. Ivey. Sr. at Tucker Ga. are spending a week with her Hutto, Michelle Phillips ,
The junior Iveys returned grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith, Freeman
with the Hardys for the George W. Brown at Kingsley Rhoden,George Prevail, Mrs.
: Y".J now summer. Lake. Janice Goolsby Alfred Un-
derwood and Mrs. Emma

Mrs. James Barron had as Mr. and Mrs. Vic Nettles of Garber of Starke; Mrs. Helen
:\lIs8lichl'lle: Kecourt of
Sunday luncheon guests Mr. Lake Butler were Sunday Egelund of Melrose; Mrs.
.l.ii-ksiiiiMlK'' was last and Mrs. Jim Burton and dinner guests of her grandparents Maggie Hodge of Brooker; '
Thursday guest of Gil Brown. family of Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. Maxie and Laddie Kravcik of Lake .
Carter Sr. Geneva.Mr. -
:Mrs.Jim Haley of Asheville,

:\; C visiting( her parents, returning Erika and today Alisha, Gruen Thursday are, Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Casey, and Mrs. H.A. Lawson Seeing Double? I
fir.|) and :Mrs: \II G. Bollinger.this .
neck. Joining the family from five days visit with their Jr. and family were in celebrated their 49th wedding Seeing/ double is a good possibility at Starke Elementary grade daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Michael West; Bridget and
lor Ihl'\\\\t'ekend ere Mr and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Orlando over the weekend anniversary at a dinner at the School.: ( The school has eight sets of twins and four of the sets are Brena Skeen 8, third grade daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
where attended the Homestead Restaurant inKeystone'
Max Gruen and aunt Becky they In the third grade. I). Skeen; ten-year-old Debbie and Donna
Mrs Jan Douglas of Moody are (the
'I'A dlah.issee. Guerro in Miami. wedding reception for Mr. and Heights last Twins are (bottom I-r): seven-year-old Robert and David daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Moody and are in the fourth
Mrs. Rick Potter. Thursday night by Mr. absent
given !)
Thorpe are the first grade sons of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
-- ---- and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen. Thorpe; Amy and Andy Tison 6. first grade children grade.Top): Donny and
---------------------------- of Mr. and Danny O'Neal, 8. are the third grade sons
1 Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade Out-of-town guest was Mrs.. Mrs Harry Tison: Janet and Lisa Kennedy 7, first grade of Mr and Mrs. David O'Neal: and Karen and Sharon ;Marlin, 8.
have returned after three Fort of Jacksonville.Mr.
Lynn daughters of Mrs. Rub Mae Kennedy. daughters of Mr.and Mrs. Martin
MIKE MITCHELL Bahamas. Ralph are also in the third
months in the
(Middle! ): Nine-year-old Chris and Tracy West are the third grade.
and Mrs. D.W. Lee of

WAR HEYL LINCOLN MERCURY INC. I Mrs. George Anderson San Antonio, Texas were
II I returned Tuesday after three Monday visitors of Mr. and Guard Unit Weekend Training Session On I
1 2201 N. Main St. Gainesville Fla. weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. C.G. Hill at Kingsley Tap

Mrs. Dale Beach VanSickel, Cal.\ in Lake. The local National Guard hours as they had in the past. hicle repair, signal repairs, as will be attended by SP5:
: Newport unit the 631st Maintenance The unit will conduct an well and machine
372.4251 372.4251 Laura and David Jackson of as welding George L. Reddish. SIM Bart
DM Mrs. Sinclair and Mr. Texas Company will hold a MUTA-4 audit and inventory of all tools shop work. Also weapons will O. Tanner will attend the NCO;
are spendingthe
Clyde Arlington
I I and Mrs. T.H Slade attendedthe summer with their father training assembly this and equipment at hand during be inspected and cleaned by school during the same
I weekend at the National this weekends' training as- members of the unit.
1 period. Both schools will be
Slade reunion at St. Bill Jackson and grandparents
I "More Cars For More People I Simon's family Island over the Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Guard Armory located at 720 sembly. The inventory is Five people enlisted at the conducted at Camp Blanding."We .
1 weekend Jackson. Edwards Road Starke June necessary and required," said end of the annual training but will stress the thing!
Than Anyone Else" TI j 25 and 26. Supply Sergeant John Wayne there are still two or three that we were found weakest in
----------------------------, The MUTA-4 provides that Hersey "after our recent 15 more openings for qualified during our annual training at
the members will receive two days training. at Camp personnel, according to AI the Armory training periods"
days military pay if the unit. Blanding.; The unit won the \t l ''Crosby Warrant Officer.. said CPT David Bennett, Unit
conducts two training periods second highest rating possible either prior service or non- Commander "While we re-
each day of not less than four for those 15 days of training. prior service personnel. ceived a very high rating it is
and a half hours apiece. This Other activities during the Members of the unit train necessary to have good
SEAVICTIRE type of pay came about when weekend training will include: one weekend per month and training and attempt to improve -
the National Guard started administrative records, attend 15 days annual the overall unit operations -
i training on weekends, insteadof supply records and movementof training, for which they and effectiveness at all
once a week at night for two supplies generator and year receive 63 days pay. Unit times."

members earn approximately "We will take some part in
SERVICE ...... .. \.. $200,000 per year extra incomeby the July 4th celebration and
belonging to the National hope that many others will\
I Guard. take part in our Nation'sbirthday
Officers Candidate school celebration." he
CORNER OF WALNUT ST. & HWY 16 STARKE 964-88O1 will be held from July 8-24 and said.

I. All Day, Old-Fashioned Family

,\ in Starke I
POLYESTER THRU 4th Planned At Stephen FosterWHITE

Ire SALE SPRINGS The country."
CORD JUNE 25 TWOBIT.ALEEvery annual Fourth of July The all-day\ event at the
> Celebration at the Stephen Foster Center has been
Foster Center here "will\ be planned as an fashioned
big, busy and diversified, with event with particular emphases
special acitvities scheduled on family activities
I I Monday & Tuesday +> from 9 a.m. until dark," appealing to all age groups

Full 4-Ply White Walls Thelma Boltin, program Florida's Gamble Rogers
I director of Florida's cultural and Jim Post of Texas and
I HAPPY DAYS MENU arts center on the Suwannee California will alternate .on

'REMINGTON I ( r River said today. the stage all afternoon to

-I I ; = BEEF HAMBURGER..................25 "This historically rich provide the crowd with great
i TIRES Monday marks not only the songs and superb

FRENCH FRIES......................25WORLD'S 201st anniversary of the" showmanship.Gates .
United States as a nation will open at 8:30: a.m.
A78 x 13 521.95 A78 x 13 523.90 DQ SHAKE 25< Miss Boltin noted, "but also and more than 35 craftsmen
GREATEST ............... ,the 151st anniversary of the from Florida, Georgia.
: B78 x 13 $22.40 B78 x 13 $24.45 SUNDAE birth of Stephen C. Foster and Alabama and Texas will
DQ ..........................25e ,the death of John Adams and demonstrate and show their
I C78 x 13 523,40 C78 X 13 $25.65 Thomas Jefferson, the second specialities in an open-air art
and third presidents of our and crafts show. A wide
B78 x 14 522,95 E78 14 527.80 selection of handmade items
X -
.fia will\ be displayed and on salt
C78 x 14 523,45 F78 X 14 $28.75 ALL BEEF c 2JuJ U.J< ". by these outstanding artists
BITSZS Old fashioned games and
1 E78 x 14 $25.40 G78 14 HAMBURGER contests will begin 10 a.m.
X Mr. and Mrs. Jay Pattersonand
under the direction of
F78 14 526.30 children of East many
x civic and business
H78 X 14 531.45 Palestine, Ohio are guests for
in the
G78 two weeks of Mr. and Mrs. organizations area.
x 14 27.75
,t G78 X 15 $30.55 fJi ttl F.U. Kramer, The Foster Center will be

H78 X 14 $28.80 FRENCH TWO o C open from 8:30: a.m. to 8:30
H78 X 15 $31.70 !5 J.B. Whitehead was a p.m., 3 hours longer than
G78 X 15 27.90 524'40 FRIES BITS \JjES '4 patient in Riverside Hospital usual. Picnic tables will be
560 X 15 with pneumonia for the past available at many locationsfor
H78 X 15 $28.95 iV three weeks. families and groups

.: 600 X 12 $22.55 bringing their own lunches.
L78 X 15 530.75 Mr.and Mrs. Paul G. Brown There is no charge for the
600 X 15 26.00 had as Sunday evening dinner all-day program other than
560X 15 522.30 : rfSBoQ SHAKE BITS 25CX guests: Mrs. A.J. Barry the admission fee for entry
Adrienne and Drew Barry, Liz into Florida's Arts,Crafts and
I Bennett of Orange Park, Mr. Performing Arts Center on the

Above Prices Plus Federal Excise Tax ; and Mrs. F.H. Kramer Mrs. Suwannee, the stream immortalized
c Ted Kamareddine of Miami in song by StephenC.
Mounted t Balanced FREE No Trade-In Necessary and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Pat- Foster more than centuryago
terson and children of East and adopted by Florida in
c Palestine, Ohio. 1935 as its official State Song.


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Macon Man Critically Injured As Motorcycle Runs Off SR-16 t ,"WG t'!I," ""'If'tf'!! -- i iy r $33,767 Budget

Three traffic accidents The motorcycle traveled on the pole, owned by the city. was passing Gorden's car at {qtt ,
dotted this past week, sendingone its own another 210 feet fur An estimated $50 damagewas 20 mph on the right as the door Set For
man to the hospital, now ther, striking a parked done to the pole and about was opened, veared further to Hampton,
listed in critical condition, unoccupied car in the rear. $200 damage was done to his the right to avoid the opened .-
The is owned Junior 1965 Ford. door, and came to rest in the
car by
doing over $1850 damage to The Hampton Budget and sheet She worked up had a few
automobiles, and over$325 in Bass of Starke, and there was At this point, only possible front yard of Edmond Adams. Finance Committee went changes in it from last year's
property damage. an estimated$50 damage doneto injury to the driver has been 1107 Lamar St. through the first evaluation fo budget sheet, as far as,
A 29-year-old Macon, his 1972 Ford. reported by Starke police. About 18 feet of chain link MrthN its General Fund Budget for categories in the budget are ,
Georgia man is in intensivecare The' building Hall struck, Approximately $250 in fence was torn down in the the fiscal year, beginning concerned I
and on the critical list at owned by James Smith of 816 property damage and $300 in process and shrubs were 5 October 1, 1977 and ending Mrs. Allen said she felt bad
Shands Teaching Hospital in Brownlee St.,Starke, suffered damage to automobiles was damaged. September 30, 1978. about Taylor getting mad and
Gainesville, .a hospital $25 in damage.Hall incurred Friday night when Lumpkin's 1968 Dodge W4I. i After this evaluation, the leaving, but only wanted to
spokesman said, after his who was first taken to the door of a car was opened sustained $150 in damage. An estimated revenue totalled help out by condensing the
morotcycle ran off SR-16 Bradford County Hospital and while another was passing, equal amount was Incurred to $33.767 and the total estimated budget sheet.
while traveling at high speeds then transferred to Shands, leading the second car into Gorden's car. appropriations totalled The special election in I
Tuesday around noon, according was charged with careless neighboring( shrubs, a gate No injuries were reported 33768. Hampton to be held August 23 '
to Starke police driving. and a fence.' -' from the Gorden car, but of The Committee, which was cancelled at the end of the
reports. 20-year-old Starke man Joe Nathan Gorden, 21, of the two passengers in the consists of three of the city'ssix meeting as those members
Nathan Ray Hall was has been charged with driving 922 E. Brownlee St., was Lumpkin car, Willie F. councilmen, A.C. Dennison present felt it would not be
traveling east on SR-16 at 55 while intoxicated (DW1) and parked on Lamar St., 400 feet Dunway,53,of 808 Hall St. and Eugene Taylor and worth the effort to hold suchan
mph when he ran off the road driving without a license when' off Old Lawtey Road, when a Willie May Lane, 67, of 1101 John Allen, decided must election, as they feared
and hit a trash can, causing he damaged a light pole while' passenger,Doris J.Brown, 22, Pine St., Lane was reported to I. meet again,as being only$1 in voter apathy. ,
him to lose control of his 1976 backing up Saturday night. of 1108 Lamar St.. opened the have possible injury, according the black is cutting it a little The election would have
Suzuki Motorcycle. The driver David Morrison, Rt. 2, Box front passenger door of Gor- to Starke police close.Ted Curtis, councilman, eliminated an elected Mayor,
was ejected from the 30-2, was driving on ChristianSt. den's 1973 Pontiac. A second reports. Mc 'was also present at the Marshall and Clerk and
motorcycle, police reports 50 feet North of Center St., vehicle, driven by Ella Lock Gorden was charged with meeting. change it to an appointedMayorCommissioner
stated, and struck a building. at 5 mph when he backed into Lumpkin,63, of 808 N. Hall St. opening vehicle doors. Also at the evenings Mar-
meeting, one member shall and Clerk. These three
Eugene Taylor, got a little fed positions would be appointed
I Foster Parent Program; Not Just For ChildrenWhen up and left. It seems, ac- by the council, with the
cording to City Clerk Mary Mayor-Commissioner being
most people think of older people, people who need Allen, that the new budget chosen from the council Itself
foster homes, they think of the care that parent can give
homes for children. But when them, even though they may FHP ReportsOver 3 Accidentsreported
Mrs. Katie Smith thinks of a be over 65. Mrs. Smith, said r
foster home, she thinks of one though, that the adults range '
for Williams and her
$600-in damage was
for adults. from, 18 on up.
Mrs. Katie Smith is All the foster parents and reported by, the Highway seven-month old passenger,
; Patrol in two accidents this Kevin Richard Williams. No
the adults they are caring for
seven area residents
house adults 'who honored each other at their Lisa Mitchell and Trophy past week, one involving the damage was done to her 1969
under the annual picnic Wednesday, Lisa Mitchell,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman RegisterII Lawtey Fire Department. I Falcon. Guyton's car'
Department of
Social and of Starke, Is pictured with the trophy she won as second Late Saturday afternoon, a
home of Mrs. sustained $200 in and
at the damage
June 1
Economic Services (SES). it!; 'r ,!
Mrs. Smith Smith in Lawtey.She 1 i runner-upin the Newberry Watermelon Festival June 17- 1975 GMC Pickup truck was he was charged with Careless
always wantedto 18. Miss Mitchell was also this years Bradford'' County headed west on SR-100 at 25
be a foster parent, but said said they all sang, Driving, No Driver's License
the thought of having a bunchof played games and ate, and I,1.Foster Strawberry,Queen. mph when he ran into the back and driving while intoxicated.
kids running around was one of the major points of of a car stopped on that road. Monday afternoon, about 3.2
discussion for the afternoon Diane Adkinson Williams, miles north of Lawtey on SR-
not what she wanted, she said
9 Win Awards At FFA MeetNine 26, of Tallahassee, said she
she would rather take care ofwan. from those placed in the 200, an Atlantic Beach man
homes was, "When are we was stopped on the road for was notified by a passing
going to have another picnic local members, out of Others receiving placquesat traffic,when the truck,driven motorist that the U-haul
?" nine competing of the Senior. the meet were Dale Tenly by J L. Guyton, 41, of Mid- trailer he was towing was on
The residents of the area Chapter of the Future Far for Production, the team of dleburg, collided with her fire.
who house foster adults are: mers of America won awardsin Timmy Gaskins and Butch automobile. '
Faulkner in the said he didn't Orani Vernon Jones,23, was'
Bee Wilkerson of Lawtey who --. the 49th Annual FFA Marketing Guyton
houses one Joyce Walker, Convention, held in Tampa, Division, and Mike and Randy realize Mrs. Williams was the driver of the 1973
also of Lawtey; with three; parents and foster adults at their picnic at the home of from June 1316. Andrews, also for marketing.Two stopped until it was too late, Plymouth with the trailer
Bertha Johnson, Lawtey, two; Mrs. Katie Smith' of.Lawtey, Wednesday, June 1 members, Zed Highway Patrol reports state. attached, where $400 in .fur
Katie Smith, Lawtey, two; Lake City. A member of the "Just like it was, a big Out of the nine, the local Hamilton and Ken Tenly, Guyton left 16 feet of skid- niture damage was done. The
Helen Hardenbrook, Starke, Health Department is also family." chapter picked up one first received their State Farmers marks prior to the collision. Lawtey Fire Dept. was calledin.
three; Mary Kitchens,Starke, involved in the evaluation, to Edgar Crawford, supervisorof place award under the Hor- Degree at the Convention.The Only possible injury was No injuries were reported.
.,.:. two; and Gertrude Lee, four. see if the home is in proper the adult foster parent ticultural Demonstration Chapter heard Insurance
In order to house adults sanitary order as far as water program was present at the category with John Tatum's Commissioner Bill
under the Foster Parent and plumbing are concerned, picnic, and Mrs. Smith said presentation of "The Silent Gunter and Commissioner of
'Program and SES, you haveto she said. he's the kind of man you need World of Plants," an artistic Agriculture Doyle Conner Old FashionedPotato
through the same Once everything is checkedout 'to handle a program such as arrangement. speak at the convention.
channels as you would in ,the family is then issued a this "You can talk to him." Paul Hutchins, Sr. attendedas Donuts
obtaining a child. license by the state to house a "When you're in a situation Second place winners under his daughter,
You must first apply foster adult or child. From such as this," Mrs. Smith the same heading, but in the advlsorhand Sonya
through the SES, and they go then on, periodic checks are explained, "you want a well use division, were the team of Tenly.All 10
through the process of made on the family and the rounded out family, not Sonya Tenly and David those placing received Each
gathering information on your foster person, as there may something like an institution." Harley with their presentationof large placques and the
background, according to come a time, this is true moreso "Golden Kernels",, for Future chapter, on the whole, was
Child Welfare with children, when they Another problem that is Use," explaining he freezingand given a superior rating.
Linda Johns,
Worker with SES. are ready to return to their constantly faced, is that there UWI3 iYaJturu: i pOD(!
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original home. are more prospective canning corn and S1RlxtJ
who is applying t
Edgar Crawford, supervisor The have person their ability to take "It's a rewarding thing," parents than there are Dennis Bennett, in the Land "STARKE'S OWN BAKERY"
of the Adult foster parent must Mrs.Smith said. She takes her children to fill the openings, scape Design division with his
I program under the Depart- on evaluated such, which a responsibility is done by a foster adults to church, to but for the adults, many more presentation of "Planning] by L 138 E. Call St. 964-5890
ment of Social and Economic out of Bonanza to eat and on trips to prospective parents are Design", describing how to Fanatic
unit working
Services special Gainesville, and she said it is, needed. landscape a lawn.America's The Devil's plaything. .

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,, DAILY 9.9 831 S. Walnut' Youth Camp
I Two Bradford High School
I students, Timmy Cissy and
.Ay. rI .4 ,C t' + r. '' h Bobby Rehberg are among 57
ill I boys participating In the U.S.
Forest Service's Youth
$ tfwuuio- Conservation Corps 8-week

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PERSONNA 74 The Youth Conservation
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': -.M-SHAMPOO4 ", SERGEANT'SEXCEDRIN work-learning ,
TUNGSTEN STEELBLADES program aimed toward !improving I
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Presbyterian: Takes First Win In, Men's Playoff ,

First Presbyterian led all in the top of the sixth. Wayne An inside the park home run two errors, a single by Joey three of which led on to runs. and Joey Bennett brought this weekend, I might have scored when S. Griffis came In
the way Tuesday night in Teston led with a double, Gary. by Pete Puckett, followed by Bennett, a sacrifice by Calvin Gary Grable led the First them all home with a three. ripped a tendon or two." on his single. But in the
getting a 9-6 win over Madison Osteen was admitted on an an error admitting Randy Pace, a triple by Gary Osteen Baptist team attack with a base hit. Gareth Jones of Madison! second, the Senior Boys ;
Street Baptist in the first outfield error, and, all three McGovern with Dale Haas fol. and a double by Lamar pair of singles. Greg Alvarez For the game, Bennett and Street Baptist, who saw the racked up. with each player
game of a best 2 of 3 series to scored as Lamar Williams lowing with his home run for a Williams. had a double while Mark ,Tetstone came out 3-for-3, and accident from the dugout said, scoring one run, leaving the
determine the championship singled, Garilh Jones flied to 3-0 Presbyterian advantage. Milner, Drew Barry and J. Duncan and Blaclock were "He was too close to the base score 11-1 at the end of that
of the Men's Church slow pitch leit Held, and Calvin Pace hit Steward Duncan singled and Madison St. 11.First Baptist 1 Crosby, Jr. each singled. both 2-for-3. when he decided to slide." inning.
Softball league sponsored by his. second double. scored during two infield outsas Right from the start the First Baptist was down 6-1 First Baptist eventuallywent
th Starke Recreation First Presbyterian addedone Madison Street made it 31. Madison Street routed First game looked awful bleak for in the second when Benjamin on to lose the game 11-1. C. Colbert had a triple
Department.The more run in the bottom of Presbyterian made it 7-1 in Baptist 11-1 as Madison Street First Baptist with Madison Moxley made it to first on a along with L. Brown, who
two teams ended the sixth with a home.run to the top of the second on four pounded out 15 hits to lead the Street scoring three runs in walk.A Grace 0.Sr.Boys 15 went 2-for-2 for the game.
regular season play last week bring the score to 96. hits and an error, including a assault against the First the first Inning and three in hit and Moxley began to Dinky Kilby. Steve Grlffis
with identical 13-2 records. In the final regular season triple by Mike Saunters and Baptist team Monday night. the second with First Baptist run, but slipped too short Into The Senior Boys shut out Jerry Blalock A. Chapmanand
The Senior Boys finished thirdat game Tuesday night First singles by Larry Paterson, Stewart Duncan scored only picking up one in the third base and jammed his leg Grace Baptist 15-0 Monday Randall Crews all l hit
9-6,First Baptist was fourthat Baptist,, drew a win when .Pete Puckett and Dale Haas. three times with a home run second by Drew Barry. That on the base itself.. night when Grace Baptist was singles and M. Kitchens and
5.9, Morgan Road Baptist Morgan Road Baptist forfeited Wayne Testone tripled and and a double. Eddie Blalock one run proved to be the only So it was home for Moxley unable to score in this four W. Winkler rallied for the
fifth at 2-12,and Grace Baptist when it could not field a scored on Buddy Patterson's had a pair of singles and Joey saving element keeping First again; and home he said he'll inning game. team with a home run apiece.In .
sixth at 213. team. sacrifice to make it 7-2 in the Bennett led the attack with Baptist from being shut out. stay as this was the first Grace Baptist did manageto the third the Senior Boys
Second game of the'play In other Men's Church bottom of the third. Dale two doubles and a In the fourth, Madison game he had played in a get five singles out of the picked up two additional runs
offs Is set Monday, June 27, at League games last week: Haas' fly ball to centerfieldand Osteen and Laman upped in Street picked up their other couple of weeks after injuring game though, by RonnieRatlifii from Crews;who hit a homer
7:30: p.m. at Westside Park. If two errors allowed two with singles.P.D. five runs, scored by Stewart the same leg a couple of weeks M.B. Futch. who had bringing in Lamar. Brown
a third game is necessary a Sr Boy 110--Grace .Presbyterian runs to .Cain had a single and a Duncan, who got his start to ago playing ball. two, Clifton Griffis and after his single.
doubleheader will be played score, making it 92. double and Mike Gaskins the bases by a walk, Blalock, He said it's "just swollen"but Dwight Elder Overall, Griffis was 2-for-3,
Monday night. Three early runs proved the Madison Street scored threein helped out with a single W. who>> had a one-base hit. added "I don't think I'll In the first inning for the Blalock was 2-for-3 and Crews
First Presbyterian got a 1-0 difference for the Senior Boysas the bottom of the fourth on Tetstone had three singles. Tetstone, with a one-base l hit be playing in the tournament Senior Boys, only one run was was 2-for-2.
advantage in the first inningof they went 10-7 by Grace
the play-off game when Baptist last Thursday night as
Pete Puckett was admitted on both teams had late inning the date tells
a fielder's choice behind Mike rallies. you
Sanders' single, and scored on A two base error allowed it's fresh!
a double by Dale Haas two runs for the Senior Boys, FOOD
Madison Street tied it 1-1 in coming after Gene Tanner the color tells
the top of the second when doubled with Wade Winkler you
Joey Bennett doubled and ahead of him in the first inning it's fresh!,
scored on a Gary Osteen The Seniors opened a 3-0
single lead in the second on a triple the taste tells it's
BEEF you
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got his second hit and scoredon Ronnie Norman's sacrificefly
a single by Dale Haas. to center field scored PANTRY PRIDE 5.' tUIW U.S.D.JL FOOD STAMPCOUPONS
Madison Street made it 3.2 in Randall Crews and Al HALF GAL. AMY SIZE I!
the top of the fourth when Chapman, who had doubled, 1 ICE :
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scored on Gary Osteen's Grace came back in the SCREAM 59: j DOZEN EGGS i I
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H.3 with two runs in the bottomof second innings and went on to
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Badcock Nails Down 2nd Place' '- 'LJ-;:

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Badcock's Furniture nailed helping round out the score 4-0 total In the third and fourth Lawtey opened with two hits The Merchants cleaned up 0tl h 0ipn. b )'
down second place in Men's in Badcock's favor. inning but came back to and no runs and the Merchants in the sixth scoring nine runs f Pa l :
Open league Softball Wed Dupont plated four runs In knock out seven with nine runs sent three up and three on five hits including a lead-
nesday, June 8, walking over their second inning try after in the fifth and sixth innings. down. Lawtey pitcher Wayne off home run by Ronnie
Dupont 197. base hits by Glen Shuford Eight t of those runs came in Duncan flied two out and Thomas. Buddy Bishop
The win over Dupont Dale Mollerup,Willie Lee and the sixth, with Badcock ahead number three batter Tom Roger; !Mitzel and Steve Byrd tI
eliminated the need for a Jimmy Saunders. But an 11.7 after the fifth. All but one Reddish was thrown out at all popped singles in the sixth
playoff game between Bad- appeal cancelled Lee's run, batter in the lineup scored third base. while Ron Strickland knockeda I
.. cock's and the Merchants to making it out number three half on hits and half on errors. double. The rest gained baseon I
determine the second place which automatically can Dupont's leading hitters were The Poor Boys scored two errors or on walks t
team. The Merchants' win celled Saunders' run since he Mollorup with three singles runs in the fourth inning after Leading hitters for the I ruff' 'k' r fiA ,
over Badcock in an eight crossed the plate after Lee. So and three runs scored Lee Harold Higginbotham gained Merchants were John Watson K' tluro w
inning game June 6 would instead of a 4-4 tie Badcockhad with three singles and one run, base on an infield error, and with a second inning homer -
have put the Merchants into a 4.2 advantage. and Saunders at 3-for-3. after Daniel Sommers' and a single with three runs UZ '
the running for second place double. scored. Blsh Bishop with a
I had Badcock lost to Dupont Ricky Solze, Doug Jones, single and three runs Dan r f
June 8.The tiadcock opened their Merchants 19-Lawtey 5 and Harold Higginbothamscored Heed with two singles and rI
Merchants are the third second inning with three home Although the Merchantswon in the fifth accounting three runs and David Kilb,' al
place team with four wins and runs off the bats of the first the game the opening for three of Lawtey's five runs 3-for-3 with a double and Iwo(
three losses. Lawtey is 1-6 and three batters,Jimmy Alvarez inning must have been scary. in the game. runs.Members iYt ..-
is 17. The Misfits .ku
Dupont are Larry Mercer and Brian
the league champions, having Johns. Those three finishedthe
won the first half championship game with four hits for
and having lost one five tries; Alvarez and Mercer I
less game than Badcock in the had doubles, a homer, and Second place winners In the :.Men's. Open Badcock te'in are: U-ri'( ) kneeling! Dale Brown I
second half after Badcock's scored three runs, Johns was e Deuuxne llardre Emmet Akridge.Larry :Mercer and T' .my Eiland.Slundinglt'llburS'alers: ,
,, loss to the Merchants June 6. 3-for-5 with two homers and Steve'ubbedgeJimLessisEllis' Griffis, Brian Johns ar Jimmy Alvarez. I
Had Badcock won that game, three runs.Badcock's.
a playoff would have been second inningwas
necessary to determine the productive with six hits I' r ------
second half champions. and six runs; number five ,
batter Dwayne Hardee
Badcock 19-Dupont 7 ,singled, Wilbur Waters
''I Badcock's scoring began in doubled and both were sent in -
the first inning when Brian on catcher Jim Lewis' triple. :
Johns socked a single, sending Lewis scored moments later _
in Badcock left fielder Jimmy from Mercer's double. _
Alvarez, who had gained baseon Neither team did any
a double. Larry Mercer damage in the third inning,
singled after Alvarez's hit, each being retired after four ?
sending him to third, and at-bats. Dupont recorded
Johns' single sent Mercer three hits and one run in the .
home. Dwayne Hardee t t tAt
fourth, singles by Mollorup,
doubled in his first trip to the Lee and Gary Norman.
plate and eventually scored Badcock had only two hits

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: Silver Queen Corn 250 Bu Dan Reed, and Steve Byrd, Standing U.K. Bishop. :Mike Clance. John Watson, Tommy Reddish
:Mike Branson. Ronnie Thomas and Tom Paladino.

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Tuten of Palatka put consecutive win on the tour. 17 division stroking even par
: FRESH LOAD OF WATERMELONS together rounds of 3634.70 for He needs only two more to 72 for the 18 holes. He was two -e.t-fI .- -.111-..... ...... 1"-., '"
FRESH LOAD OFCANTELOUPES the low score of the day on the clinch his division. under par 34 after nine holes,
North Central Florida PGA Taking a second in the 14-15 but couldn't keep up the paceon
3/$100 Junior Golf Tour played at group was Robert Burns of the final nine and had to :Members. of the Dtil'ont t,1I11I artItoltom -.
Ironwood Golf and Country Lake City. He carded 42.37.79for settle for a 38. rim Wainwriqht Farms Club Monday June 20. 20 points. Third place, Another Gainesville junior, !'itandinl-Honilid, lien !Shuford, ,iim\: Lee, t'oiit-li..
Competing in the 14-15 age worth 19 points went to Ed Stuart Menzies took a secondin Fred \\heele r. |I.t rt l Milliard.
division. Tuten was even par Colgate of Gainesville. He this age group. His first
I 2 Mi. E. Of Starke On Road 16 36 after the first nine. He stroked 42.3981.. nine was a mediocre41, but on
bettered the back nine by two Rick Shumaker of the back nine he charged back
._-----------,--- -. strokes firing a two under par Gainesville picked up his with a three under par 33 for
34. This is. Tuten's second second win in a row in the 16- 74 strokes.
al.i,'a LogsIleightsalsofound d on oKeystone" '

',to his liking. He scored a back 42-35 nine.- } 1

BINGO MAGIC IS THE MOST 77 points.for third place and 19

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UPTO Remy Richard Second stroked Marls place 384381.of Gainesvillewho went to --r r

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Hirko of Lake City scored 60 Members,!! : of the Poor Boy's team arel-r( ) kneeling) Timin\ Smith DOUK) Jones. 1I.tllliln.) ) :
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THIS WEEK Metz In girls second competition with 93. only In Women's Church SoftballBaptist I

f one antrant In each age group _-
played.: Receiving 21 j points)
each were three girls from Blue and the Angels and Eve Futch scored on (the third and Helen Hersey didit
r Keystone. Danielle Reed each took a game Monday Janie Ratliff's home run on again; in the fourth and the
posted 93 in the 16-17 division; night both with substantial errors. sixth, after one-base hits.
leads over their opponents.The .
J Sharon Brown stroked 94 in made Overall for the Helen
,4 Angels came out 10-3 The Herseys a good game.
bracket and Mimi
the 14.15 ; over Grace Baptist where the showing right from the start Hersey was for-3.. Mary
for nine holesin
Reed totaled 88
with Helen and Mary Hersey Hersey was 4-for-2 Dora
name kept popping up
and under division.
over and over agin. both socring runs in the first Triest was 3-for-3 and Jackie
There will be no competitionnext Baptist Blue shut out along with Grace Searle and Hersey was 3for2.
week June 27, due to the Clairnell Branham.
Junior State PGA Championships Baptist Gold in a 15-0 game B. Blue 15.B.Gold 0
After the three runs Grace
1,[ filled in walks, errors and
at Disney World. In the Women's Church
fielder's choices. Baptist scored in the first all
The next scheduled tournament they managed to do the rest of league game Monday night
) is set In Green Cove First Blue shut out
Angels 10.Grace Baptist3 the game was get five base Baptist
: cJI Springs Tuesday July 5. The hits, by Sarah Faulk. Janie First Baptist Gold 15-0.
following week, MOnday July The Hersey name Ratliff Deborah Gray who Baptist Gold couldn't seem
a.ils'lr.w R" 11. Quail Heights Golf and good showing in Mondaynight's did it twice, and Sherrie to make a hit throughout the
Country Club at Lake City will whole game and only got to
::1 Roger L. Jones Rt. 1 Box 324-I Cynthia L Bunnell At. 1 Box 460-A host the tourney. versus the game Fellowship of Grace Angels Baptist Huggins.The Herseys kept up their base on walks, four errors anda

Lawtey (Highland) Fla. Lawtey, Fla.r 77 l with a combination of seven starting serge with Helen few fielder's choices.
3 Even with their dominatinglead
hits and six runs between the scoring on her two base hit in
I c three Herseys I leading the the second, and Jackie on her throughout the game.
= one base hit in the same in Blue only had six) hits with
Angels to their 10-3 victory.
$10000 Winners This Week .
i Grace Baptist got off to a ning.Clairnell. June Norman for-4, A. Berry
Branham and at l-for-4, Tracy George at 1-
good start in the first with
: Carlene Daw kins Jenny Black Louise Renner The earth'i third largest island three runs. Sherry Huggins Dora Triest both came in In for-4, Martha Grable at l-for-4
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Giants Lock Up National League: TitleThe

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Giants, sponsored by It seems though, that the Kenny Davis hit a home run in scoring three runs. In the fifth five out of eight ,
Badcock Furniture, are the Giants almost gave the the second bringing in Mike The game was just about Pirates who made it to buM J
National Champions, already Pirates the game, walking Colvin, who made it to first on overafter the third though as were walked two of them I I;j
'a I determined even with one batters 21 times in five Innings an error. Six of the next seven the Pirates had already Jason Polk and Jeff Pow ell. j&
walked scored 14 of their total 17 runs made it home, along' with ,.'
r __________ more game to play. It was batters were
__ determined after Friday's The Pirates did work for The Giants put on their by this time, to'the Giants' ('raigsappwhrnnadeilhome d
: game against Lawtey Blue, some of their runs,,though, as strongest showing In the third, three. on his one base ,hit. .. j jI
tM % when the Giants won, 114. I I
Mj Lawtey Blue has a 3-3-1 for the
,_ second half, and is in second GatorettesThe And Dominoes Tied 4-1 For Lead :!


Dodgers, sponsored and by second half of the picked up an extra five runs The fifth inning, the home MacDonald's had three
Norman Farms, is 2-3-1 and Women's Open scheduled to and had four two-base hits by run by Coltrane scored Violet consecutive outs in the first ; "
the Pirates in fourth place finish play the end of this Mary Felton, Mercer Kendall, who was on first witha and when the Gatorettes came
sponsored by Guaranty month, has two teams tied for Bryan and Karen Power one-base hit. The Dominoes up to bat, seven runs were
Federal, is at 26. first place at this point, the MacDonalds was scoreless, scored one more run in the scored out of only I 11 I chancesat ,/
Giants 11 -L. 81ue4 Dominoes and the Gatorettes, ending the game 179. bottom of the fifth but .It the plate. '
Giants pitcher Randy with 4-1 records wasn't near enough to close up Runs were scored by Karen
Parado came close to pitchinga Dupont is in third place with Gatorettes 17.Dominoes 4 the 13 run lead the Gatoretteshad Purpura. who singled;
no hitter In Friday night's 2-4 and MacDonalds is fourth, accumulated. Carolyn Redding: :Mprri" ,'.,
with 15. after her bingle:;
game against Lawtey Blue, The Gatorettes had an Ormsbee.
with only two hits made by impressive 17-4 win over the Linda Cubbed e. alter her
Dominoes 21 Dupont 0 entrance to the bases her
Lawtey Blue, both by their Dominoes last Thursday night on
DuPont MacDonalds 9 The Dominoes swept 21-0 by Susan
pitcher Bruce Simmons with the Gatorettes scoringtwo single; Blalock. not
In the first, a three-base hit home runs, one in the Dupont In Women's Open long after her double: and l
Bruce Simmons walked DuPont took a strong 17-9 second by Carolyn Reddingand Softball Tuesday night. Vorease Jones.MacDonald's.
by up
win over MacDonalds at Pratt one in the fifth by Frances There was only one base hit picked up
the and by
---. ._ -.._ IUIV... ,.. .w" _....., -... 1 one Blue only for run the Field last Thursday night in a Coltrane. throughout the whole game their one run in the second
when Lawtey the hit brought in game Owen game loaded with walks from The Gatorettes started the for Dupont a single by Jan when Belinda Kilby came in

Sutherland, who was on baseon MacDonalds' pitcher Belinda !game off right with six runs in Powell. on an error after getting her
Men's Open League: slow pitch Softball champion Misfits are: (CI-r) kneeling Terry Gaines a walk. The Giants started Kilby the first inning aided by base The Dominoes kept the start at the bases on a fielder's
Wayne Harper,Tommy Wise. Lloyd Gilpin and Fred Wheeler. their eventual 11-1 lead off The first inning brought in hits from Terri Coburn and scorekeepers busy though choice.
Standing J.J. Wheeler Randall three runs for DuPont, all and racking up six runs in the
Thomas Ralph Gilpin Claude llardee Donny Wise Ricky slowly, with only one run in Carolyn Redding two-
Kenned, and John Ramsey the first, brought in by second three brought home on errors. base hits by Violet Kendall, second, seven in the third and The Gatorettes didn't lair
MacDonalds was scoreless in six in the fourth.Cassandra .
Linda Cubbedge and Susan
baseman Jason Bennet who the first. very well in the second lit
Johnson had
had base hit and was 3- Blalock. The Dominoes remained a with their
a one least compared
In American DuPont
IJeaflleBraves pick up any scoreless.In single and a double going 2-
for-4 for the lirst inning
game. runs in the second, but for-3 for the and bamboozling !
the second inning, the
Blue had three in
Lawtey They only brought one run.
MacDonalds brought three in, Whitehead scored four runs,
home run brought in two addi-
consecutive outs for the next scored Frances I'oltram1
one on a base hit by Elise had two doubles, and vent' 2- by
And Mets BattlingFor two innings, but the Giants Johns, the other two on errors. tional runs, upping the for-3. In the third, the .iiitorette;
Gatorettes to nine with
score ,
picked up six runs Billy In the third were back to their. old Mull
inning, Kilby Terri Parrish scored three
the Dominoes scoring one for
Aaron, third baseman, scoring live run.
walked five, with DuPont runs and had a double in the again.
the third
that In the
brought in Bennett on a three inning. two home runs om out
picking up eight runs on the fifth, and Joy Maines scored getting
Second Half DYB TitleThis base in hit after, Greg he singled Wilkersoncame and walks and on base hits by Gatorettes runs, with picked the score up anothersix at the three runs and had two of Irom Carolyn Terri)KpddinK.uml Coburn.! with IHH'
Teila Mercer, Faye doubles one in the third and
bottom of the third at 151.
stole two bases, and Randy Violet Kendall Jones md
is the last week of to steal more bases than most Braves Angels 1 Parado scored one after his Whitehead and Murley The Gatorettes first one in the fifth Coltrane chipping! in with run
scheduled games for Dixie teams will in a full game. Blankenship scoreless inning was the Overall Dupont Pitcher
first due to mill l
start on being an and one single; a piece :a
Youth Baseball, but in order With their 9-2 score against S. Hudson and Vince error by the shortstop. The fifth and sixth inningswere fourth, but the Dominoes Sheila Cox walked six and the double respectively
determine the winner of the Lawtey Gold racked up before Culverson led the Braves' Three of the Lawtey Blues scoreless for both teams picked up two runs on a two- team made 12 errors.
second half (the Braves the game was called, the attack Monday night in their were walked in the fourth, but but in the seventh, DuPontA base hit bv Terri Parrish. Btht' fourth inninu!
sponsored by Gem Jewelry.may Angels had stolen 19 bases and game that was called after still no runs came in. The MacDonald's didn't wane in
have to make up one had an inside the park home two innings on account of rain, Giants did a lot of stealing in Salaries Gatorettts MacDonald's 1 give up the fight, but had three
game( of the three that were run by Bernie Akridge. with two home runs In the first that inning, two bases by Higher Luring The Gatorettes showec consecutive outs Tin-
rained out. Pitcher Mitch Williams for inning, and the Angels scoring Richie Fender after his one- what they were made of in Gatorettes obviously! lell
If the Braves should win the Lawtey Gold had a hard time only one, for a 4-1 win. base hit, two stolen by Parado Tuesday nights game as they thirteen!; unlucky lor llwni
second half there will be a getting the ball across the In addition to his home run after his one-base hit and one Prison Into went on to beat MacDonald's so they !scored! one additional
playoff between them and the plate. With 21 players comingup Hudson also hit a two-base hit base stolen by Larry Saucer, Employees 141. run. ending; the garni1BEFORE
Mets. sponsored by the to the bat, Williams walked in the second, but was unableto after he got to first on balls.
Chamber( of 'ommerce, for 13 Angels.In score. John Bennett, catcher, came
the:second half championship, the first inning Akridge up with a homer bringing all Better Fields YOU REPLACE YOUR
the Mets won the first half knocked the home run, Paying
as Jeff Taylor and Michael Le those on base home for the
The Braves are 6-0 in first followed by four walks on Mire also scored in the first. rest of the game as there OLD HEATING SYSTEM..OR
and the Mets are second at 54. Blaine Dyal, Sam Griffis, Three consecutive outs retired were two consecutive outs, a wide difference in salary gap both in state and local
l..atey Gold is in third place Billy Reitz and Shane John- the Angels scoreless in base on balls, and a one base levels is drawing the best salary schedules.A ADD CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING
at 2-3. and the Angels, sponsored son. Dyal was the only one to employees from recently-completed
the firstbut in the second, a hit by Bennett followed by the away study
l by the Elks Lodge, come home, but only after he three-base hit by Blaine Dyal, Giants' third out. corrections and into law en- found that the average Ask about the amazing
stands in fourth place at 27. had stolen two bases. who eventually sacred was forcement in Florida, ac- starting salary for a state
For the Gold Eddie Herdon the Angels' only highlight of Pirates 17-Giants 4 cording to the state's correctional officer is $8.641)) General Electric
Angels 4. Mrts 10 was the only one to score aftera the game. Jeffrey Johnson did The Pirates put on a strong Correctional I Standards per year while the starting
In Friday nights game of the walk and a double by make it to third on his one- showing Tuesday night in Council. salary of a Florida Highway ,i
Angels versus the Mets, the Williams. base hit but he wasn't their game against the Giants The council has recom- Patrol Trooper is SlO.GKo. The WEATHERTRON
Mets put all their force into The second Inning saw Jeff brought home. with a 17-4 win. mended elimination of that report also notes that the
the first two innings where Johnson,. Akridge, Dyal. beginning Trooper earns more HEAT I PUMP
they scored seven out of their Griffis, Reitz and Fred Connerall than the starting salary of a
total 10 runs, beating the walk with each one steal r 111 lrn. Correctional Officer I III. or
Angels 10-4. ing at least 1 additional base. o Lieutenant who is usually a
In the first inning, the Reitz and Johnson stole two shift officer responsible for an
angels scored one, with base and Morris stole three. Kevin i entire major correctional ONE '
hits by Jeff Johnson and Sam 'Griffis stole three bases, but institution! between thehours, .
1 Griffis and a wild pitch. The only after he made the only 0 of 5 p.m. and 8 a.m. 'j rll'lr
. Mets chalked up two runs on a base hit for the team for that r "I 4 The study also found the jsyour
three-base hit by catcher inning. Morris and Johnson w s si average starting salary for a
Jimmy .Schoening, a doublehit made it to the plate a second county correctional officer is
by second baseman Jeff time that inning, and both : $7.616 while the average
Coltrane and an error to the were walked. starting salary for a county
shortstop on a hit made by Runs were scored by 4 4 law enforcement officer is entire home quietly,
Lionel Griffis. This
pitcher Johnson, Akridge, Dyal, Sam 9039.
followed EmmetWatkins' y.y The dependablySwitches
was by Griffis, Reitz Johnson and -t discrepancy efficiently,
one-base hit and t naturally draws the best
Kevin Griffis.
three consecutive strike outs. employees and potential
It was a fruitless second
The Angels were able to inning for Lawtey Gold with ,,, ,1 I employees away from from heating to cooling
pick up only one-base hit 'by only one man coming home, t V rroig corrections, the report states. automatically as required. The ,,, ,
Reitz in the "Yet "' "
Billy that
pitcher Jim Norman, who made it to experts recognize Weathertron system uses much 'I'
second, but the Mets scoopedup regardless of the efforts of
first on a walk and a twobasehit less energy than an ordinary
four runs with base hits by by Brian Camp highly paid social workers, electric furnace. Delivers more than
Coltrane who went 2-for-4 for ,f i counselors and
psychologists r FF
The game will not be 7J 1'/4-2'/4 unitsol heat for every unit of l :
the game, Lionel Griffis, who it will make a it is the correctional officer electricity it uses and operatingcosts r4 y'', K
went l-for-2, and Emmett difference in the standings i wfNyi; who has the greatest contact are surprisingly! low. It's easyto
Watkins, who went 3for2. with, and influence on the Install. Requires no fuel storage
The third inning had two incarcerated inmate the
Warren MotorsTo tank no chimney or gas /
strike-outs for the Angels report says. connection.
followed by a center fielder- "The training not only gives
shortstop combination, Play Here the officers some of the nuts
I ---- --
I retiring the team for the in and bolts stuff on how to do
ning. The Mets picked up two Sunday, 1:30 p.m. things, but also gives them CALL TODAY FOR FREE ESTIMATEGORDON'S
additional runs in the third on Summer Reading Program Begins something on understandinginmate
I Jimmy Schoening's, 2-for-3 Warren Motors from reactions"
for the game,double and Allen Jacksonville, defending world Seventy-four"book trekers" launched the first program Monday watching the film "Window of The council's statewide
Prevatt's, 2-for-2 overall, and national slow pitch softball the LlvingSea. The film about killer whales, porpoises and sharks began the summer children'sreading survey found that the highest
single. champions, will be in program it the Bradford County Public Library. Each "book Ireker" received a bookmark starting salary for a county i I AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING
The fourth inning was town Sunday June 26, to play on the.first visit. correctional officer is $10,749 1 I i

uneventful for both teams three exhibition games. The next program will be Friday June 24. 10 a.m. with live music, clapping game and much, per year paid in Dade County Hwy 100 Between Starke & Keystone
with no runs scored only one Hasty Green of Starke much more said Dan Smith,director of the library. Mrs.Smith, operating the projector, seemi to The lowest county correctional -
hit,a double by Prevatt of the number one in state open be enjoying the movie as much as the children. officer salary listed in 473-4777
Mets.In league softball, will face the survey is $5,020 per year in
the fifth, the Angels Warren twice Hasty Green of Baker County
picked up two more, but when Ocala, number two class A Local Scouts Win 2 Firsts In River Raft RaceAdult ------------ -_------------------------------.
the Mets took the bat, third team, will play Warren

baseman Cory Frounfelterstole Motors one game.. Nineteen boys and six adults John Schmidt was the adult on' on board was! Mr. W.F
3 bases after a base on Play will get underway at completed six days: and five the float Todd Schmidt was Kblmgamt Captain was Larry
balls giving the Mets their 1:30: p.m. Sunday at Westside nights fo the 1977 Suwannee captain.The crew consisted of, Saucer. On board as the crew
final score of 10. Park, according to Cpach River Raft Race, Saturday Dirk Schmidt. Mike Rieske. were Andrew and Vincenl
There was only half of a Ronnie Thomas of the Starke sponsored by the Suwannee Lester Randolph and Jeff and Thomas. Bobby Thomas and I
sixth inning played, as the team. River District. Terry Belcher. Scot Sellems.
Angels were only able to pick Starke Troop 70 rafts won The "Rat Hole" grabbedfirst Other adults on the trip
up one run, ending the game two first places and one place in the Canoe and were: David H. Montgomery: ,
10-4. second place during the ex Pontoon Class. Adult on board Broward Capps and Bob ,
cursion. was Dr. Wayne: Whiffen. Paterson.
Angels.L.Gold 2 The largest casino in Puerto The "Phantom" took first Captain for the crew was > i
With only two innings Rico can be found in the new place for the Drum and Float Michael Whiffen and the crew The Troop 70 would like to BIGELOW !
played as the game was called Holiday Inn hotel at Condado Class with a time of about consisted of Kary Bramble extend their thanks to the !
due to rain,the Angels seemed Beach. three miles in 39 minutes. Dr. Chris Felos and Kevin Ran- follow ing individuals for their DENSE ,
help: Woodrow Griffis. Dr.
-- dolph. '
The"Silver Streak" was the R.S. Mullins, Tom Grant Bob NYLON ---- -
I second place winner in the Firth. Jack Eaves and the
Canoe and Pontoon Class. 631st Maintenance\ Company SHAG

Farm Acreage, Livestock NumbersTo '
I Carpet !f

Be Developed For Market Plan

Estimates of 1977 planted port situation have created $ 95 '
acreages and livestock more than the usual numberof 5 rt; ,
numbers will be developed uncertainties in agriculture ,
$773000 w.C. from a major nationwide Small pointed out. Sq. Yd. Win Scttckfird For Eas, Ch..iif l .

survey to be launched in late Procedures are especially
.. SMYM May and early June by the vulnerable at times like these :

.IMlahy, tllllllf. & 591-1p: H...".. U.S. Department of without influence the market stabilizing official CONGOLEUMNoWax
Agriculture.The provided by
J I.. Of Dillart o. crop and livestock estimates. '
24140 ,... program will be Rumors and trade guessescan Vinyl

a-Illy II.... directed in Florida by the upset delicate marketing
11..11. Florida Crop and Livestock situations

All H.... Brill'' T. M.tf.D.. Reporting Service headed by 'he survey, using a $ 3 ,99 '
Neme Richard Small. representative national Sq. (d,

Sp..IfI.dI.M" A" f.L A..">.f.4. The goal of the survey sample of agriculture, will
Small said, is to provide include personal interviews
Florida farmers and ranchers with some 80.000 farmers, and

Starke Home Center e I with impartial current information reliable and to and several hog thousand producers.cattlemen Ad- 1"eel I TilvCr Carpet

assist them with productionand ditionally, thousands of other
u.s. 301 N. Stark 964-8741 marketing plans. Present farmers will be asked to E. Call. Starke.Old( Stump Building) 9647423rr '
farm prices and productioq report by mail their acreage
costs, the economy, and ex' planted or for harvest.

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10 TKLKXiK.APII JuneM:I. 1977

";; 'c : ::::,;1ii: :;;:::Wt2?
Keystone "derive from a
combination of factors, some
known and others unknown."

If Col. Matthews had visited
the area ten years later he
would have been further

amazed and mystified by the I
scene that confronted him II I
the same lakes that were
flooded in 1949 were now
s- (after several years of below
normal rainfall) reaching
their historic low levels.

e Brooklyn always the
4+' hardest hit of all area lakes

during these cycles, was just
beginning to refill after
t L! dropping 20.20 feet to reach its
b historic low of 97.23 feet above
sea level, recorded in
E-- February 1958.Brooklyn .
I t
is about the "
., /
-. 4 : middle of a chain of lakes that .. .-. .? -
"Ve" start with Blue Pond In the _r..r" '" ...::

>: :. LAND OF :'':';ff:., Camp Blanding reservationand

-::-:;., ,: I' are connected by streamsto Pictured In 1959 flood period the floor of this boathouse at Gold (Head Branch State Park I
end of the cha in in the
7 '* ..... -=-:? -- ,'".",,. prairie the area around Putnam on Lake Johnson once stood on piling two feet from the water's.edge. ,

:: :: --: CREEPINGWATERS '' ;<0''
.... : ,, _. !.. ,,,,'" Hall. In a prolonged dry
!"I.c..r .._- the streams cessible by boat from
'y period connecting one to May about five feet'above In the meanwhile Warren
... cease to flow and Brooklyndid the other.In its historic low. Leve. of the U.S. Geological
; In I1I4II! this house stood. on dihtod. nt Old Field. .' not start to refill until the Recent summer thunder-
.;| foist neon K.*>sl IIt'i hl!!. i'iiluiTcl. here us it //4, the 18 years since 1959 showers have reversed the Survey office in Jacksonville,
..,.;; 1..k.'tIIIlIItI.I!) ilumiird pine trrrs 11..111.. ghrraly' note tolhe.ceue. :'" water level in Magnolia Lake Brooklyn and its sister lakes trend once again and is not overly concerned about

:: ,- c,,:,: ': ,:. flow rose sufficiently of water to through resume Alligator the- have maintained a near Brooklyn has shown a slight the problem. "These lakes go

.. "-- .. :. Creek into Brooklyn. normal level until another dry Increase in June. But it will up and down all the time" he
'. ,.,.' take several years of above It's probably been hap-
-- says.
of below normal rain
1 During the dry period en- 1 period normal rainfall, or some pening since time im
starting in 1973, touched off
Looking now at the ding in 1959 Brooklyn was i hurricane-induced floods to memorial. All we need is a few
presently depleted water broken up by sand dunes into another decline causing bring it back to its historic good rainy seasons and
levels in lakes of the Keystone' eight or ten ponds, inac- Brooklyn to drop to 103.79 in high of 117.43. they'll be back up again."

.. Heights area it is hard to believe
floodwaters -- ---
that 28 years ago
VIEWPOINTProduce were" lapping at the '
eaves of a house under con- /

struction on Old Field Pond County Agent's By
and the level of Lake Johnsonwas '
half way up to the roof of Bobby "
? Purchase ? the boathouse at Gold Head NStebook
Branch State Park. Highway
100 was inundated between 1
Or Just Sit ? ; Keystone ]Heights( and
Grandin and dead pine trees I won't say tha our droughtis growth since the last clipping re
cast a dismal reflection in the broken but rains are finally rather than the number of
water. coming in most sections of our days that have elapsed.A .
Ask ti. do/en H'opk connected with area. The rains are welcomedby
( If the City could obtain such
a man ona
"Creeping Waters" was the rule
good of thumb is to
most folks and
th'l'it'what are con-
the I best' solution would be I--
temporary employment basis to come title of an interesting article in sidered better late than never. mow often enough so that no
for Starkf's imnvntlinu; r.mwtr shortage: in and make the necessary study of the October 1949 issue of more than one-third of the 1
and you'll get a dozen different answers. present needs potential needs the "Florida Wildlife" describing Unfortunately for many of total leaf surface is removedat
"dozens of shimmering lakes farmers the rain too
was a given mowing. Another
generating plant and the entire (in the ) that do late. I don't have
One will say we can purchase powerfheajitT Keystone area any accurate way to think about it is to
'than it distribution system it would be perhapsthe not seem to fit the landscapethat estimates on how much was leave twice as much leaf
we ears generate best investment ever made. A few look as if they were just lost on vegetables water surface as you remove at any
I therefore we !should buy more power thousand dollars spent in this manner poured upon the countryside melons field corn and pastures single mowing. .
from Florida Power and Li ht. by some playful deity." but it appears greater -' L,
might save a million or more in avoiding '
also includes .
than any year I can. Proper mowing t4 4v -
Another will maintain that with :an future mistakes through educated (or The Keystone Heights area remember. other considerationssuch .
uneducated) KUl'sses.Stitch boasts more than 60 lakes, as using sharp well ad- h
efficient plant we (,)uld produce power nearly all above average as It was discouraging to visit justed mowers and equip-

cheaper ban I w i> can buy it, therefore we productive fishing lakes, ac the Brooker area last week ment. Check your mower and
should buy another\ 1 generator at an cording to the Wildlife article. and see good fields of watermelons mower blade before your next

investment of approximately a million in Time "Not too many years ago plowed up being because abandoned of the heat or Job. II.
these were wellbehavedlakes
dollars.A that respected the dry weather and poor market
formalities of sand beaches prices. Also bad is numerous Top Lawman GradPaul
Property owners on Kingsley Lake
third will should seek tie-ins
sav't'' and official acres of corn that have made 1 Servicemen I
will soon be getting a letter notifying survey maps.
with other municipal plants (Gainesville Then almost no growth this year. At
something happened.The
them of a meeting for the purpose of least one hay cutting has been C. Stegall with Sheriff Dolph Reddish at graduation
I1wntiom'to\) lakes to at
was ( purchase excesslawer began rise, ceremonies
from Lake
lost and cattle have been City Community College. Stegall,
organizing Kingsley Lake very part.
a protective
first then
| from them w, hen needed. One ty slowly more rapid short Pittman Receives time jailer and part-limp deputy sheriff,
on grazing. completed
official said this (tie-in with, Gainesville) association.This ly, until birds found their nests Army Promotion requirements for certification for the IfiO.hour basic corrt'cllons"

could be done at a cost of around$173.0X floating, creeks became Many cattlemen who have"toughed" standards training course lie also graduated first in his class at"" .
straits, and more than one it out for almost. Kircn Gons. Germany the 8radfordUnltJn'oTpch ..
is action that
should have
an been 320-hour police standards school.
: ()(). Anot thersaid the would be
owner of a lakefront home four years of bad conditionsare Samuel L. Pittman Jr., son of
more like $175,000 |IlI.'r mile.A taken twenty or thirty years agobut found his residence located now saying they have had Mrs. Lydia D. Pittman Route Owner of Paul's Drive-In Cleaners in SUrke. Stegall is
better late than never. not a few yards from the enough- Poor prices for cattle 2, Starke, recently was married and has three children and lives in Keystone Heights.
fourth city official might say the nearest dry land. higher feed fertilizer andother promoted to Army private

Ix-st solution would IKto rev-up the Kingsley (and perhaps others in the lakes beautiful production costs along first class with the 3rd Armored TIMELY TAX TIP
present switchgear equipment at the area) are like the weather. Everyone "The are as with poor pasture production Division In Kircn Gons When the Internal Revenue
as they are mysterious.
plant' :it a cost of some $150.000 to give agrees/ that they are deteriorating more Oldtimers claim that they makes it almost impossiblefor the Germany.Pvt. lr Service tags your return for
folks to in
rapidly with passing but rose early in their lifetimes some stay audit it will pay to know the
additional generating capability to every year no cattle business.We Pittman is a tank
present! engines. one does anything about it. only to recede as quickly and driver with the unit. questions they will ask. "How
inexplicably as they had need some kind of breakso to Sum vi*a Tux Audit"digests'

Another might recommend come. Still other oldsters say our farmers can stay in He entered the Army in an official IRS auditor manual
reconditioning The traditional pattern in cases of this they never remember the business and continue to June 1976 and is a 1976 and 18 available for S2 from
; all the engines already on line kind is to wait until the damage is done lakes quite as high as they produce an abundant food graduate of Bradford High Re.Mtnnt Associated, 29-N

to see if t they could product more if and then rend the skies with screams of have been in recent years supply at a bargain price to School. Revmont Ave?Rye N.Y. 10580

operated\ efficiently.The anguish over "look what's happened to the magazine continued. the consumer. The more
farmers that are put out of
our The most evident explanation -
truth is that no one involved has of this wealth of water is business the more likely pos
for certain food
the expertise to know what, the best A lake starts dying/ according to the that of excessive rainfall. sibility shortages and higher food "We edit the Monitor so that

solution would he because no definitive warning of an eminent marine biologist From 1W1 through 1947 an- prices.

study t has been made to determine justw when it is born. And the misuse and area nual average stood at 61.43 rainfall inches in the- when the reader is through

hat it is costing the city to produce and abuse to which Kingsley and other area ten inches above a previous The rains are making our

distribute one kilowatt of electricity. lakes are being subjected only hasten 20-year average but even lawns start to grow and look

Without that information: all else is pure that death. this extra drenching doesn't better than they have all year.I reading it he's not in apit
speculation.In : account for all the water. have talked about fertiliza ,
Where. then did it come tion and irrigation, before,
The time to take action is before the from? and would like to suggest of
I the meanwhile, due to the varyingand despair.We describe
damage has reached the of
( point no checking your mowing
to what the
conflicting opinions as based the
"One theory, on
to make this
That program sure
return. wasn't done in the of
should do to meet its needs- writer's observation of lakesin '
power practice contributes to the attractive
I lake and solutions!
not only of the present, but also of the Apopka, now that once- lower Michigan holds that appearance of your T .

future nothing is being done. favored fishing"dead.area" is for all intents andpurpost's cutting timber natural years watersheds agodestro'ed lawn. fs

causing lakes to recede and Mowing can make or break Jnll/ / Ii IIflII,'" Is

We are not attempting to fault anyonefor that improved forestry in your lawn regardless of the Edifore"1.Uronffr/ "
this lack of expertise in a field that ishighly If the people of this area stand by and recent years, particularly in type of grass you have or how The chrbfireSrirnrejlnirar'( t tIsn't
technical. Councilmen and let their lakes be despoiled they have the Gold Head Branch State well it is otherwise main
City has restored tained. Mowing too low or this the kind of news you'vebeen
only themselves to blame, and the Park area waterto
Bond Trustees are, after all, laymen will have lost the lakes."Neither close weakens the grass and needing?The Monitor fix-uses
region of its fi
in other businesses and one most on significant regional, national and
t engaged( can cause the sod to thin out.
) professions as a Im-lihcxxl. and do not valuable assets and resources. the rain theory nor This encourages invasion of international events,then gives its a

have the data or the working the forestry theory can fully weeds and makes the grass readers what they need:constructive,
necessary / There is no one cause for the explain the" strange more susceptible to Insects solution-oriented reporting. ,eel,
knowledge to make a judgment in a Wildlife
I deterioration of lakes that is now being cluded.phenomenon, con and disease. If you are interested in a clear;,
of this kind.
fair appraisal of world this
experienced but the causes need to be Mowing too high produces a your t
r studied and corrected-- whether Considerable research of ragged unattractive lawn and award-winning newspaper should be
But it is vital that SOMEONE: : have effluent the "creeping lakes" was a. buildupof your key daily news source. To
the necessary information on which to from faulty septic tanks or carelessly done during the 1959 flood per thatch encourages or spongy layer of plant subscribe to The Christian Science k ,
base an intelligent/ decision before tossed beer cans and bottles. Although iod by the U.S. Corps of Engin debris. Thatch is also havenfor Monitor just call toll free:' /
the damage from one source alone might eers. Florida and U.S. Geological Insects and disease and 80022,7090.Or ; .
taking action that would increase thCity's /
/ and the Florida
Surveys, harmfulto use the below.
negligible the sum total means makes drought more coupon
bonded indebtedness.Such .
State Board of Conservation.
ultimate devastation. the grass. 1

Col.! A.G. Matthews
information can be obtained only (retired) Chief Engineer of The proper cutting height News.The
from someone with a practical Plans now are to hold an organization Water Surveys and Research depends on the growth habit way you need it:

I knowledge and long experience with meeting this summer while most of the speculated at the time that and texture of your lawn
do best at
power plant operation and managementnot out-of-town residents are occupying subterranean channels from grass. St.inches Augustine and and TI-E SCENOE
2 to :3 carpet -CHRISTIAN MONITOR I
their lake
and and
with cottages can attend. The Georgia. Alabama areas should be main- .
just someone an eongineeringdpgrt'l' -
centipede ---
farther north rI ---------- --- ---- --,
whoso experience with electrical sooner the better Kingsley Lake is one even were tained at 1 to 2 inches. I CHRISTItNSCIE\'C5- ''I
pouring excess water into : MOMTKK:
of kind and should be for the I
a preserved
generating is limited to turning on alight North Florida.These streams Box I 123.Attar Station,Button MA U.S.A.OJ1.BIPlvue :: I
bulb air enjoyment of present and future he said, could become clogged Mowing frequency Is determined I lUrt the Monitor I
or an conditioning unit. of I commit In the mall ewry Monday through' Friday fun
the growth rate I
I generations. from time to time forcing by O 3 months$12 _J I U mnnth*$:lrtD
the which in turn I
underground water to the grass
: months$.'4 UOneyearunlyttn.tantawving| i > ,
surface. depends on weather condi- I
tions and the lawn main ( PeiuechanreCMnnUrClimirt:: ->I t; BiinkAmeiicani I
tenance program being followed Fill in ctvilit cant nunilx-rhtfrw I
pRIQ' Matthews'concluded' that is best i i i r i i I I I I Ctvdt' cad. _. 1expl..dul4t
E Frequency t I I I I
the lakes I I M'l { I I I I I I I _
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UCI Inmates Assembling Solar Energy: Panels F. "U.. .. . "' i I i

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Inmates at Union Correc- of domestic uses will be box a high grade of heat- the tubing. This is the most but significant data is not yet "ti ,;,,: : : -
tional Institute are saving provided for'' the approximately resistant, flat black enamelfor time-consuming task in the available."It .:"i. ;:; ,.:(:

taxpayers money while 100 Inmates the panel and a special operation.The appears, however, that ni i'1 S
learning potentially lucrative expected to be housed there. type.of strong, clear plastic- soldered unit is then savings will be between 25 and
skills in what appears to be a The solar panels will heat like material to fit over the sent through an iron 30 percent over conventional "
growing field solar energy water which will be circulated open side of the box which phosphate treatment, then a means of heating water," :):., .,
water heating. through two 7.500 gallon underground faces the sun.Assembling. clear water rinse and finallyan Conner said. "If these units :
The collector plates, tanks. City water acid neutralizer before It is and the equipment at Tampa
designed by the Solar Energy will be piped through heat all of these painted. A metal box is built to CCI prove efficient as
Laboratory and built by exchangers in the large tanksto materials takes a total of enclose the unit. It is not made preliminary tests indicate, .
prison Workers at UCI will be gather heat on the way to about 25-man-hours with the air tight, but is nearly so afterit production could be expandedas .
Installed by the Division of faucets and showers within present equipment, mainly is lined with the insulation part of the DOR prisoner
Forestry at six Florida the building. Other water will material. When the clear rehabilitation programs and
Department of Agricultureand be piped through tanks and hand tools and a press to covering is set across the face the heaters manufactured for .

Consumer Services through radiators in the clamp the copper to the sheetas of the box and sealed on, the use in state buildings." % -p.:. .' ; ..c
housing units and a Tampa rooms when heat is needed it is being soldered. unit is ready to be taken to the Conner, a member of the .; :
work release center. during the winter. About 50 feet of copper tubeis site and installed. There it State Cabinet, serves as '
What is believed to be the Materials for the panels are bent into( a continuous zig- may be installed Independently project liaison to the Cabinet. .
only institutional solar four by eight foot sheets of 18 zag across the face of the or in connectionwith The University of Florida r
heating system in the country guage cold rolled steel, one- panel and then soldered with a a conventional system. Solar Laboratory, under the t
will be dedicated Friday, June half inch copper tubing, high continuous bead, which is Operating costs for the direction of Dr. E.A. Farber, i
24, at an open house at Tampa tin content solder to hold the necessary to( ensure that all Division of Forestry solar supplies the expertise In the \ ...
Community Correctional two together, a metal box to the heat absorbed by the units have been recorded design and construction of .' .. +
Institution. The 166 four-by- put them in, one-inch, foil metal is transferred to the since their installation solar energy equipment and ';, ..... .: .
eight-foot collector panels coated insulation to line the water which will flow through Agriculture Doyle Conner said, systems. t

have been meeting 80 percentof About inmates working in ,.,.' .;""
the prison's requirementsfor the presently-operating metal

hot water and space Sur shine Acres Needs SupportTo furniture factory have been '"
heating, according to a involved in construction of the /
Department of Offender units so far, under the
Rehabilitation ( DOR) supervision of W.L.
spokesman.Installation. Help Clients Help Themselves Mooneyham. If demand for
of the systemwas the units increases a separate
started in July 1976, at a factory can be set up to make

cost of approximately $60,000. Sunshine Acres will have a tracts with, other companies only panels so they can be e w
DOR estimates that it will pay new home July 5 moving from such as the ones with DuPont produced more efficiently, A
for itself in about six years the present location, the old and Clay Electric making M according to a DOR aaurarL
based on anticipated costs of Moose Lodge on US-301 north, survey stakes. Old tools suchas age spokesman. DOR inmates
normal electric demands for and that manufacture a number of
to five acres leased from hammers saws Discussing solar energy panels produced In the metal furniture factory at l'nion' Correctional
water heating. needed. products, but they can only be
Mark Olin on SR-16. could be repaired are sold Institute are Dr. E.A. Farber of the University of Florida (left) and. I\grlculturall'onllnisllioner
DOR reports 30 gallons of Operated by the Bradford- M to governmental units. Doyle Conner.
water minute at Instructor The same remains true of the
per tem- Union Association for Re- Workshop Jimmy The only Institutional solar heating system- in the country Mill be dedicated June :21!I. at an open
peratures of 170 degrees for said would like to solar panels. p
tarded Citizens, the non-profit Gay they ( house at Tampa Community Correctional Institution.
space heating and 135 degrees sheltered workshop is par work toward a point of self- w

tially funded federally by the sufficience. He teaches the
Health and Rehabilitation names and uses of the tools
Services administered and sets up a production type Board Votes To Keep 7th GradeAt

through the state. The work operation for the workers.
shop relies heavily on dona- Instructor Ruby Hersey
'S tions of time and materials to teaches good work habits in a
help the clients. learn work classroom setting. Clients Lawtey Brooker HamptonPlacing
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skills. ,
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The Workshop with 25 full :.I the emphasis on Casey would rather have this are below in math. internal accounts for the
reading, writing and arithmetic be successful rather than Casey said 30
time clients and one part time year percent of school system by Pat Farn-
client began in November 1976 the Bradford County overcrowding, but he did not high school students require swnrth at a cost not to exceed
with 10 clients. The men and .tr School Board voted Monday rule out a move at a later date. additional leachers for basic $3,000.:) )() .
night to keep grade seven at The shift said would skills.In .
omen in the program range 1 .----.. Casey -Authorized advertising for
from 18-45 years of age. It has Lawtey Brooker and Hampton give students at Starke and other action, the board:: public hearing a rule change
been estimated there are 103 Working on wood crafts are Elementary schools with Southside Elementary schools Approved payment of concerning comparability and
,retarded persons in Bradford Benjamin Crug r. Drew the same districts and shifting the opportunity to build basic $724,768 for bills $1.088 federal funding.
und Union counties at the McAfee and Charles Ellis. grade six from the two Starke skills, and receive more attention payment toCraig Salley on re- -Casey told the board a
present time who" would be BUARC Instructor Clark elementary schools to with a Title I teacher roofing county schools. feasibility study on a return to
Johnston said the clients Bradford Middle School. addition to Awarded
eligible to enroll. in. a regular a typewriter a one-route bus system was
The building on SR-16, would like to( get Involved In The plan approved by the classroom teacher. The repair contract to low bidder !being made.
located next to Olin's Mobile making novelty items. board will allow "back to superintendent said the basic Nordyke Business Products ol -School board attorney
Home Park, will have 2.400 basics" with smaller skills seem to be very good at Gainesville. Jesse Wolbert reminded the
leet on the five acre Margaret Williams, voca- enrollments at both Southsideand Hampton, Lawtey and Tabled for study seating for board members if GovernorHl'ubm
square tional aide, teaches arts and Starke Brooker. the middle school '
site.. A trailer will be added to gym. l Askew signs a new
be used for office and crafts, and :yarn art. She is schools, said superintendent In response to questions by Tabled a bid from Register linancial disclosure law, they
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the kitchen can be used to responsible for teaching some Tom Casey. Projected board member Vernon Oil Co. for a comparison had "best be prepared to
Charles Kills: count his teach cooking skills. of the clients how to quilt, em- enrollment at Southside will Parmenter, Casey said he study prepare the new lorms." by ,
I weekly for the work he broider, hand sew and make be 622 pupils, a decrease of 82 could not insure a teacher -Dropped bids for ti July 15.Four.
has done.During. pay. Getting ready to cut survey pillows. Participants in the from the 1976-77 school year;. would not be teaching a keypunch machine.In j of the board members!
Program said director Bob stakes for local businesses is program make and sell these Starke Elementary, 647, a combined class. Casey said in the two hour meeting the Hot.( t the post meeting munchiesand
Trifiletti have much the better building Donnie Griffith. products in an effort to become decrease of 92. Middle school the smaller schools it was Bradford-Union Guidance gathered. again at a local
lighting selfsupporting.Along enrollment of sixth and impossible to break classes clinic received permission to restaurant. They were joinedby \
the and
than present facility learn to use the telephone, on with the pre-struc- :seventh grade from Starke evenly to get a 1-2S ratio. He use a school bus to transport Wolbert and
will be large enough to have the job behavior, and take tured training is social ad- schools and eighth graders said one grade level might'' 40 children, ages 7-12 years commissioner K.W. lodges.1 .*
several activities executive going on. drivers' education. Trifiletti' justment and community ad- from throughout the county is ha ve 30 students while another old to Camp Quiet Thunder at The same members, sans.
'J'1'lfiletti said the clients are more dependable justment with eventual place- projected at 720 pupils close to would only have 15 pupils. Camp Montgomery Mrs. Spengler also gatheredat
director Vincent Ruby envision than many other ment in the community work''' the 1976-77 enrollment. Parmenter said it was only -Authorized an audit of ter a special June 6 meeting.Young .
fur the a grounds garden,and a green an area house to workers on jobs world, said Trifiletti. Casey added the projected last year parents in Hampton ,.... 4 .y-. .. '- --..--- S
enrollment at BHS is 1,200 and complained of over crowded
build picnic tables'as part of 330 at Lawtey, within the classes and received another
the setting. decision capacity of the teacher. "Now you want to do
Milking retarded citizens schools, and 175 each at it again," said Parmenter. He
useful, productive members Brooker and The he to iI
Hampton. emphasized was opposed t
is the aim of .- \i::!.[
of the community "
'J\. '" school budget is calculated on any move that would put two
workshop' but instructors those numbers said with teacher.
A. i'. Casey classes one
have found the lack of community for FTE funds, and might be a Casey said the Hampton
support makes it slow ;i,. little bit on the conservative student population fluctuates
\ going. Instructors say they usually with larger numbersat o- +
need more community sup- side.Along with the shift the the beginning of the year %
-...JI port in the form of donationsof board approved one additional and then tapers off. el
materials equipment to portable classroom to be Only question from the
use training aides. Donation constructed and placed at audience of about 30 asked
/ his 19th birthday of time has not Lawtey. The board approved about extra-curricular ac- w
part Uonnie Griffith shares materialized as they had employment of a part-time tivities of those students who ,
I (he moment with Richard hoped for when opening. vocational instructor until would be attending seventh y

George September 1 for constructionof grade in the outlying schools.

_._- Presently the workshop has the portable at the Vo-Tech Casey said some items wouldbe
four volunteers, a vocational f School. "sacrificed" as band and
instructor and a vocationalaide r Although the board approved industrial arts, but the ad-
along with Ruby, the grade shift it ministration would try to'
Trifilleti. and secretary tabled Casey's recom- make most items available in -
Debbie Miller. mendation for staffing at all each center and if it becomes -
Trifiletti said the workshophas the county schools until a critical enough, there mightbe
come a long way and it closer look could be taken at "exceptions. Boys Kill Rattler
+ rt generally takes from three to Dennis Lockridge prepares- to cut survey stakes for contracts budget figures for the upcoming Casey said he would presentthe

five years to get a full program with local companies. Looking on are instructor.Jimmy Gay and ( school year. The staffing chart again at the Undaunted by the five foot rattlesnake- they killed with sticksare

going. He said they are Richard George. > recommended additional 14 June 30 special meeting. He (ll-rH): Billy Ray 8, Asaac, 7, Anthony III, and Timothy, III,
working toward placing units in overall staff would indicated to bring students to Miller.
workers in the community for add $140,000 to the budget, a basic skills level would The children Theressa! and Tyson Miller, the boys killed. the
on-the-job training. The Casey said. require the additional help. snake Monday.June 20, near their house on Florida Street.
program director said the Some of the additional units Casey said percentages from
clients could "do a good job as .uaauc would be for a guidance a test given in the middle of
maids maid helpers, janitor teacher at the Vo-Tech two the year showed of the 252 City...... (From Page I)

Iii .y helpers, dishwashers and f, C special education teachers, a students who will be seniors,
laborer's helpers." } ? visiting teacher and a music 27 read below a seventh grade session for collective The present leasor.'Shaw and
The workshop, exempt bylaw teacher to divide time bet level, 11 percent of the class; bargainingThe' :. Keeter, indicated thl'Yere
from paying the minimum ween Hampton, Lawtey and and 38 were below that level in board re-named city not interested in doing
wage pays clients an hourly Brooker. math. hall as the number one business with the city after

... .... wage based on their ability. Casey said the delay in Casey said 73 students who priority in resubmitting ap several cars were wrecked, ,
Friday pay day Is looked staffing would not make a will be in the 11 grade were application for additional said Uo"en.
Joe Byrd at work on a forward to by the clients, difference this year as they do below a seventh grade reading public works money. .
dresser. Refinishing furniture some of whom are saving for a not have to search for level and 81 below in math. -Advised police chief Jimmy -On a lighter note the city
I und antiques Is one of the special item. teachers, but only place themin The number increased as the Bowen continue a crack officials and employees
projects that can be done for The workshop is also interested the positions in the school students got younger, the down on littering in the city. challenged the county to a
area businesses. in expanding con centers. upcoming 10 grade, 98 in Bowen said he was preparedto softball\ game : at the
Casey said he did not reading, 105 in 'math; and "prosecute." Bowen. told fa i rgruunds' in conjunctionwith
recommend the Hampton freshman, 161 read below a the council he was checkinginto !! the July 4 festivities.
Unidentified Man Found Dead district to include Theressa. seventh. grade level 1 and 141 leasing three police.cars.

Killer Sought
Near Hampton,

The entire Bradford-County from an operation on his chest Car wash at Holiday Inn Gulf station attracts customers and 3BEDROOM 1 BATH ALL-BRICK HOME
blue cotton
Sheriffs office, along with and was wearing a enables clients to receive a salary. Clients with supervlsor.1.eoMcKormaclr.
and silver
members of the Florida western shirt ., operate the car wash a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday
Department of Law En-' metal-frame eyeglasses.An Friday.
forcement and the FBI, is autopsy Is being performed $
searching for the killer of an according to Sheriff . 16,850FTMMAt DIIDURLDTORDURS

dead unidentified Saturday man by found a wooded shot Dolph Reddish. I I. Dwight Slater's ,

road near Hampton, dead of le4t: itf7I

multiple gunshot wounds Food & Seat = oumitirM.. STMAMIITCHEN u.irviMM. Central Air Conditioned And Heat
mostly in the trunk area. I 525 "

The victim, presumed to I Open US. 301 S. .Carpe't. .
have died some time Friday, 1 7 AM -12 PM Walnut Sf CW'OIT
is thought not to be from flla+ Dishwasher -
Bradford County, according to r SCHAEFERBEER i

The Deputy dead Sheriff man was Don describedas Denton. COLT 45 IL .Energy Saving Package

a 5'11". 185-pound black 8 Pk.
male approximately 35yearsold \ : 2 Ot, I 1 19mtmmm
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and wearing a class ringw determine the N.R. B1Is.SeIiLITZ. rEARiH OEV. CO.: :----i i14131HW13.hSt..tOl. j
the A way to jI
ith the 1961 on it .
year I
initials" BAJ engraved upon it.- tttrfrtnc in the weight of __ For More Information Please ( no.32605' I" ,;
and liver w.s dia I G-villo, I

The the Sheriffs ring belonged office l Is not to sureif the fold covered by the *Greek r- MALT MOTOR OIL .1 Fill Out And Returh'ToUs I NAME . . .. . . ,'.j. '!:+ *1 '
and I .. 'H .t
mathematician inventor ADDRESS. .' .; : .

victim.At this point, the Sheriffs Archimedes, who accidentally 2 01. I | 19 31 $ 1 o or. Thank You I CITY, S''TE- . . ZIP 1 :''':+( N''I-:'L ::' : ..
office is circulating photos of learned how = '. I 1'(1ii:w Sri; \
the victim In the hope of much silver alloy was In a .It CALL 373-3787 CiLLECT L ...; ___ _.;..___ .
identifying him and getting gold crown by the amount .. U .. ..
extra water It
possible leads to his assailant;
scar submerged In a tub | ..
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Anethetist Discussed ...-. tlWtls4...-....'-..--..-...-
Details 1t1h1-
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J i Brad. Co. Board

By Hospital... chairman was_ not BillyDampierwho present I at!,: the! IJ'

Further details of the hiringof anesthetist or contract for pressing surprise at theboard's responsibility it was to find a meeting. n pt1 9 k"q!
those services. action. He said he standby anesthetist when Trustee George Shuford ..
an anesthetist for Bradford minor Douglas was off under his old indicated that if Douglas was
motion thought there were only '. 1 1r
County Hospital were ham- Prefacing his said he 'conflicts In the contract with contract or who would be the doctors' choice that wouldbe {, F T, r v',11,
mered out by the hospital'sboard Dan Williams 1a II
trustee Douglas that had to be workedout responsible if under the proposed his choice also. Board attorney ,
of trustees in their regular had been ready to vote at the the anesthetist Richard
and added, "I don't see plan was Welty reminded -
meeting Thursday, June May 10 meeting because the why you have to change it," an employee of the hospital. the board they had already -
I 16. board had debated too long The chief of surgery voted to make the posi-
r' The board moved a step and it was time for action."I referring to giving Ed- challenged applicant Mary tion an employee of the
closer after nearly five feel that t our interests will mondson the authority to hire Kay Piper of Ocala who wouldbe hospital and that put Douglasout
rather than the board for the
months of deliberation, voting best be served by having In- responsible for getting the of the picture as far as his
May 19 to hire an anesthetistas contractual agreement.The .
house personnel, said contract was concerned.but
an employee of the hospital board and Douglas have standby if she was hired.
Williams. explained he had he could apply like anyone
said she had promised
since Piper
rather than contracting for negotiating
nothing against present- else. ,
Edmondson she would
the service. The anesthesia January on his new contract help
anesthetist Ron Douglas and Shuford made the motion to
find someone to fill in when
after the doctors found fault
with Ron Douglaswill
made the motion which'' rescind the board action, but
expire August 31. passed 4.0 to give administrator with the number of days off in she" was off want his motion died for a lack of a
f don't promises,
his old which putit
The anesthetist would worka contract expired
K.D. Edmondson second. Shuford asked Sun-
327-day year as contrasted March I, A one-month extension down in writing, said
the authority to hire an dusadee, who agreed to speakto
Sundusadee. He told the board
with for had been granted and
a 235-day year anesthetist as an employee of Douglas, to make an application
members Douglas was the -
Chairman Douglas has been working
regular employees. on
the hospital. to become an em- -.; : --- --''''
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Billy Dampier presented a day-to-day basis since then. medical staff's choice and ...:;;;; ..
Moments after the vote ployee of the hospital in the
that information was to have
which he said showed Sundusadee told the board
that a proposed$22,000 annual Sundusadee.chief of surgery arrived, Dr. Kiert ex his concern was whose been passed on to the board by position of nurse anesthetist. Day School Students Perform For ParentsSome

for the anesthetist
would fall within the new pay Contract: nightfor
Inhalation last
School Friday
scale considered by the board. 70 parents and pre-school\ children gathered at St. Mark's Day

However, in light of the an end of the term parent get-together and covered dish supper ,
miscalculation last month The children: led by School Director Martha Jean Weldon and Teacher Aid Lynn Taylor
shared finger play,and drama for the enjoyment of the parents.
which mistakenly awarded a BoardPending songs .
I Hamilton
Approved By Hospital Farnsworth, Kill Hamilton. Brad
school Allison
contract to the wrong bidder Children enrolled In the day are (; l Don
Freeman Register lIry
Eric Brown
Dampier admitted he was "a DanikaRichardson, David Elder, Derek Spearman
,, little gun shy" with his Brewer. John Stanwix-llay. Jill McPherson, Link Bishop Pam Morgan. Stephanie Agintnce:

figures. ago wnen tormer inhalation Medicare coverage, an out average of 72 percent, up from Robinson AndrIa Fenton Jesse Davis,Julie Shlnholser,and Aimee Ferguson.FORESTRY" .

Auditor AI Crippen\ did some adjustment, therapist Chuck Rigby, who side administering agency 71 percent in April. Occupancy -
Bradford Hospital
ol his and County PMS be best. in the 47-bed hospital
figuring own concluded was employed by resigned might
a nurse-anesthetist Board of Trustees agreed and worked for In other business administrator went from 22 patients May 1 to
turning $22.000) for :)27) days during regular meeting Hospital Services of Florida, R.D. Edmondson a high in May of 43 to a figureof by Richard Schroeder

would make the same per day Thursday, June 16, to approvethe the low bidder for that ser announced the hospital is now 43 on June 4. IN BRADFORD COUNTY( County Forester
contract with Professional
us an employee earning in round two of its applicationfor "It looks like June should be
$16. M) for 255; days. This !Medical I Services (PMS) of vice.Welty suggested the wording a $779,000 federal construction fairly good again," Ed- .

figure Crippen\ said does fall Orlando services.for inhalation be changed to read that grant Bradford mondson said. The administrator palms involved the deadeningof adapted than those raised in
within the pay scale for therapy the hospital would not solicit County is applying for a totalof said he had WINTER DAMAGE TO the entire crown. New South Florida. Also, considerthe
hospital personnel.! Board attorney Richard the services of any employeeof $4.4 million from the granted temporary hospital TREESAs green fronds appearing now benefits of native trees

Hospital administrator K.D. Welty objected to a paragraphthat PMS, or drop that para- Economic Development Ad- genera to Dr. J.F. Henry, a far as trees are con- may have brown tips from and shrubs. These are the
KUmondson was instructed i to would bar the hospital graph altogether.Final ministration. practitioner who recently cerned, last winter was a where they were exposed to ones growing wild in the area.
gel! ; together with attorney from hiring an employee of agreement between moved from Gaines- rough one. Trees that were freezing temperatures. Any Dogwoods some maples,
Richard Welty and work out a PMS if that employee were to PMS and the board rests on Only counties with an ville to Keystone Heights. The living in this area for frond showing green or living poplars, cedars, many typesof
contract which would assure leave that company and take a the company's acceptance of unemployment rate of 6.5 privileges are temporary until years suffered from many the tissue should be left on the oaks and some hickoriesare
the hospital the anesthetist! job with another company a change in the wording. percent over a 12-month for permanentprivileges freezing weather. Dead or tree.The lower fronds that are but a few. Because these
would be available uhennvedcd. that would contract with the Trustees heard a study period are eligible for the Is considered.The nearly dead palms line our completely dead can be cut off trees are found in native
i. They are to report hospital. The paragraph said made by auditor Albert H.! money. The second step, a contract: of attorney street and stand in our yards. near the trunk, or pulled by forests, they're also used
kick to the trustees at the next the hospital would be prevented Crippen concerning the certificate of need Is being Richard Welty was renewedfor Other types of trees were hand when they rot and droop more extensively by wildlifein
regular meeting July 21. from directly hiring feasibility of an in-house worked on now by Edmondson one year by unanimousvote damaged as well there are downward. Either treatmentis this part of the state.
Discussion at the May 19 that employee.This respiratory therapy service. and the North Central Florida of the three trustees even cases where some; of our better than leaving them on Whatever you decide to do.
meeting centered around would insure not Crippen concluded that since Regional Planning Council. present. George Shuford and hardiest trees sustained some the tree, for it will avoid remember what has happenedthis
tether( to have an in-house having a repeat of a situationthe 100 percent of professionalfees The trustees were told that Charney Williams were absent damage. having to pick them up after a year. Inspect the trees

hospital was in three years could be deducted under occupancy in May was at an from the meeting. Now warm weather is here, storm or In. the case of larger you have for freeze damage,

--'r. '" ""II and many homeowners are trees having them fall and and if any need replacing
g wondering what to do with possibly damage something.By carefully consider what typeof
Ken Quaranta, Assistant Consumer ae; < their damaged trees. Here are this time of year, tree to replace it with. Your
Services Supervisor { ;; some ideas: however dead palms can be decision now could make a
Florida Power a Light 'i' J ? ru Palm trees are by far the recognized as having no greenor difference during the next
most affected. The amount of living tissue on the entire cold winter.

damage depends upon the plant. If the top of the tree can

"'.: ,' x. z+ apt, species, location, and size. be seen, the bud at the centerof
/ 3 V The damage may appear onlyas the crown will be brown, 25 Deaths
bt -- t.y. Rt X 74a a browning of the very tipsof and all of the leaves will be
'\7 the fronds, or leaves. This dry and brittle. It it hasn't
damage is slight and will not begun to recover by now Predicted
substantially affect the healthof chances are it never will, and
the tree. No action is needed should be replaced at the

from the owner other than the owner's earliest convenience. Over 4thTALLAHASSEE [
usual care and maintenance.More Other trees showing freeze
severe damage to damage in the general area

\ TT' include Eucalyptus, Cam, 'The
Don't Scratch' phor Australian Pine, Norfolk traffic for
fatality prediction
Island Pine, and Silk Oak.
I .1 IJ Some of these trees will this year's Fourth of July
Warns FMAUnfortunately weekend is 25 w ith the'

t, tI\ \ c specimens recover of but these types smaller may holiday period persons beginning and at 6

;<,". '" I I0 minor insect surrender matter what to care the damage is given.no pm. at Friday midnight July I Mondav.ending -

.,',- bites are as much a part of Avoiding damage to landscape July, says the Florida Highway -
>;: summer as picnics and Patrol.
and ornamental trees is
I pleasant difficult Smaller specimenscan
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of bites
: The most common -
Fourth of
:: be covered for protection corning July
). gO
those from and
will be
but larger ones cannot. The IndependenceDay
'.(- gO.J chiggers will disappear in best advice in this regard is to for most of us; however
time if left alone. The Florida for the families of those
consider our situation before
,I '
Medical Association warns replanting. We are in a unique tralfic crashes it will be a
I. O against scratching the bites biological area, on the border ':Memorial Day" said Colonel
'.y... and breaking the skin a between temperate and Eldrige Beach: Patrol
(- '' '" ; temporary relief from itch zones. A lot of director.
i; that may result in infection.To .
trees that do well 100 miles to
soothe the itch instead,
Patrol records show that
the south have a hard time
.t sponge off the area with 26 lost their
surviving here. Likewise, year persons
4 IJy alcohol and cover with a many plants which thrive to lives on the state's streets and
t suitable lotion.
Alternatively, the north of us do not do well in highways during the 78-hour
apply aromatic spirits of this general area. Fourth of July holiday period.

y I '.. ammonia directly to the bites.If Select trees for landscaping Beach urged every driver to
bites become
badly his with the determination
using these facts. Mall order start trip
(, r 'J ki swollen, it may be a sign of plants from great distances to follow common
allergy to insect poisons or
away will probably not do as sense rules to protect himself
infection in which case the
well as plants grown locally, and his family in highway
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4 care family physician
and trees and shrubs grown in traffic. Failure to consider the
; should be sought. this area should be more hazards of highway travel can

) 'k dl dle change mare. .a holiday into a night.

5 x For those drivers who turn

I deaf ears to appeals for safe
I'' Y courteous driving Beach
I'I' offers the reminder that

I't CLEANta{ DIRTY CARPETS "every available trooper will
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be on patrol duty over the holiday -
with orders to maintain
i 1 r.t: ; STEAMLINERCARPET strict and impartial enforce-

; ment of the state's motor.ve.
: I v CLEANING CO. hicle code."

1 1I "Fasten your seat belts

Soil!! Extraction Method each time you ride in a car
I Deep
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The difference between these '' "
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;' thermostats can save you up to 40% FREE GRAND ESTIMATES OPENING Accepting 15% Oft Calls With 9.9 Daily A I 'j-Itl TfU..yo- ,

on conditioning Brooker, Fla. Minimum Of ,200 So. Ft. Storks because can,their stand Joints on are one self-leg
I your 485.1528 Thru June 30 1977 locking.

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But one little degree can make quite a difference in the cost of dows.) It's another good way to keep the heat out, the cool in

cooling.! Approximately eight percent in the average fully air- and the costs down.
conditioned home:! .. TIlE AMAZING .
Shade your sunlit windows with awnings shutters or solar film.
When you stop to consider that can still be comfortable -
',\ you Unshaded glass panels, when exposed to direct sunlight will -
78 degrees and well which .
at save on your air-conditioning costs as .
greatly increase the workload of your air-conditioning unit. '
one would choose
Use light colors I on your walls and roof reflect the sun. Th
Setting the thermostat at a"comfortable" setting is only one to
lighter the color the less heat absorbed. Rabbit !
way to save money on your cooling costs. Here are some others: .

,.;,. If your thermometer isn't marked in degrees, place a good therShade your air-conditioning unit with shrubbery, but don't I

mometer in a room out of the air-conditioning flow to be sure block the air flow. That way it'll operate more economically and

you're maintaining 78 degrees. efficiently. .

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FUND by Dolores Meng races. The .-,
Mrs. 'Ina Phone 468-1913 Go Right Vandy ACTIVITIES By Elizabeth Terry Professional Women's Club
of the American of to be winter time. lie Church of God; Sunday Convention at the Dutch Inn,
Cancer people Hampton are
best condition School 10 Mrs: Kenneth Jones, visited in Lake Buena Vista from
am. Worship ,
Society Fund in the of complimented also for
Hampton, reports that City a totalof making this drive successful. had good care Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m; them on Wednesday. afternoon Friday to Sunday. ,
training. We are .
$15871 has been Prayer Meeting Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. J.W, Thomas
from this area. collected,, SENIOR CITIZENSThe made the darks 7:30: p.m.j; YPE Friday at 7:30: Mrs. Marian Hall, of and Jay, of Live Oak, Mr. and
She said happy! by Elizabeth Given.Walker Jacksonville Beach, visited Mrs. Chuck Moore and Ryanof
Mrs. Evelyn Mr. and Mrs. Phone 964-6683 p.m.Evergreen her sisters, Mrs. O.J. Anders
Baptist: Sunday Lake City visited their
Vaughan was Pot Luck Dinner
a big help of. conducted
in and family were School Ser- and Mrs. Hester Hicks on Mr. and! Mrs. Fred
10 a.m. Worship parents
fering transportation by the Hampton Senior senior Citizens:
to make
enjoying boating oJ.m. Women will be in afternoon.
her work vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Friday Moore on Saturday. Mr. and
Citizens Club last
more effective. Friday
The the lake Sunday. charge, with Mrs. Dorothy Friends of Arlie Dobbs
Mrs. Kevin
Training Danny Thompson
evening was very successful hosted a cookout first meeting of the Moore speaking. 3pm. the Wednesday ; regret to learn that he is a
at adn of Jacksonville.
Prayer Meeting Bryan
with a good attendance and an Strands Senior Citizens
hit with men will be in Rev. Vincents
a big charge. patient in St.
Mrs. Todor Brad and
Gayle ,
abundance of delicious food. held Wednesday night, Willie Huffman will deliverthe 7pm.
Jacksonville. Our
area. Faith Baptist: Radio Hospital Scott, of Orange Park Mrs.
Among guests at the dinner 15 in the REcreation
FLORIDRTHEHTRE Steven Spell message. Program on WPXE, 8 a.m. prayers are with him. Seeb Andrews of Wildwood, &
Jones from Re
were: Mrs. Mary Florida Street.
r on Free
Friday after CanaanPrayer Mrs. L.H. Harper of Starke
Palatka, Mrs. Myrtice! Crim of cake and punch Sunday; Bible School 10 a.m.;
the week at Meeting Tuesday 7 dinner
p.m. ; Worship Services 11 a.m. and was a Thursday guestof
and Mrs. Ina Horne. Mr near Switzerland. served. The next Tarrying Service Wednesday her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey, of
STARKE 964.8451 James Nessmith was the so well he plans will be held July 6 for 7:30: p.m.; Bible Study 7:30: 7:30 Wednesday: p.m.; at Prayer 7:30: Meeting Carl Prevatt. Other guests Starke, came on Sunday. The
lucky winner of a prize that return trip later election of officers. We are Friday night; Sunday School Grace 'United Methodist p.m. : were their grandson Tommy occasion was to honor their
evening Summer meetingsfor mer. to make this a suc- 10 a.m. ; Morning Worship 11 School Harper of Starke, who was a father, Fred Moore on
fRL i" '7Es.6Lb the club will be discontinued organization. The help Sunday 9:45: a.m.; Father's
a.m. ; Evening Worship 7:30: Worship Services 11 a.m. and Saturday dinner guest. day.
due to vacation time is needed.
senior citizens Jerre and
CITY p.m. Mrs. Ruth Stemhouser of Starling, Miss
Choir Practice'7p.m.
and the next meeting is scheduled Greater Bethlehem 7:30: p.m.; Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Robyn Day of Perry visited
: on Tuesday
: OVER Fe2JR for September 16. Chairman Ted Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. Freewill Vacation Bible night.; David Johnson of Atlanta, his parents, Mr and Mrs.

sided at the School was held beginning Sunday, June 26th the Ga., visited their cousin, Mrs. Charles Starling and familyon
Hampton[ City Chapter 168 will meet Monday from 6:308: :45 June church will have a "No Excuse O.J. Anders Saturday af Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
;,fill( SURPRISE VISIT the City Hall June 23, 8 p.m. in 20 July 1. Sunday School Sunday". They will haveno ternoon.Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Others present Masonic Hall on Brownlee 9:30: ; Morning Worship 11 excuse for missing church and Mrs. Glisson, and Wilkison and Dana, of
Burt RaynoldS Wilbur and Jeannette cilmen John X. All members are In a.m.; Dinner will be served that Sunday. For those who baby of Starke visited their Jacksonville, were Sunday
Prevatt were pleasantly surprised Dennison, and to attend. 12:30.: Sunday is Trustee Day. stay up late on Saturday night, aunt, Mrs. C.R. Crews, on dinner guests of their parents,
In Saturday evening by Clerk Mary Lee The Youth will be in charge. drops will be A Friday afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald
:1 cV"7 the visit of Howard and Helen torney Richard Church News Evening Service 6 p.m. eye television set will be providedfor and Mrs. Lynn Boch Wilkison.
Ison of Little Rock, Arkansas. several Notice! The ladies will sell dinner of
l" those who don't want to were Sunday guests
...,1' LLyLF ,..m.. They have corresponded for Attorney Welty Allen Chapel- dinners from the kitchen miss their Sunday morning their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. George Kelly went
.. .... h/LL, 21 years since Wilbur and that a new City night 7:30: Prayer Friday and Saturday.Mt. programs. Cots will be Joe Adams and son, of with Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Howard were Air Force drawn up in and Class meeting; MorlahTuesday provided for those who say Brooker.Mr. Troxell, and spent a week with
04"r- buddies in Texarcana, must be read at School 10 a.m.; 11 night Prayer Meeting 7:30: ; Sunday is their only chance to and Mrs. Jim Cham- their daughter Mrs. Patricia
Arkansas. While visiting they The General Presiding Elder R.E. Wednesday night 7:30: Choir sleep late. For those who berlin went fishing over the Hayes, of Boca Raton.J .
[[PG_ enjoyed Disney World, the duled for team.'N" will hold the third No 2 Friday night Choir No. 2 is too cold we have blankets.For weekend. C. Prevatt Jr. of
A UNIVERSAL Pictum lechncolof 'Hall of Fame and Wax Councilman conference. All will have thier anniversary 8 those who say it is too hot, Wayne Cribbs, Jr., flew to Gainesville came to bring his
Museum at Orlando and that water Is now are asked to have a p.m.; Sunday School 9:30: ; 11 we have fans. For those who Rumson, N.J.' to spend, the Dad Carl Prevatt a gift and
Busch Gardens.To make their the Recreation report. 3pm. the a.m. Administrative Trusteeswill say the roof might cave in if summer with his grand- visit with them for a few
301 first trip to Florida completethe of Churches will be
Stray and meet. they came to church we will parents, Mr. and Mrs. minutes Sunday morning.On .
[Ison's accompanied the remain a big Rev. Leroy Young will Pleasant Grove- Monday have steel safety helmets for Raymond Sanborn.Mr. .
DRIVE-IN Prevatts on a deep sea fishing Hampton. A 7:30: Bradford County Branch them. and Mrs. James Andersof Tuesday June 14th Mr.
STARKE 9S4-74S4 trip from Monty's Marina in advised that First Born-Tuesday night N.A.A.CP.'meets; Tuesday There will be a covered dishat Palatka were Sunday and Mrs. Stanley Fedak of
,1 Mayport. The day was breezy which had been : Prayer Service; Friday 7:30: Young Junior choir is the church after services dinner guests of their mother. Starke, and Mr. and Mrs.
and the rough sea did not must be used with 7:45: Tarrying Service; held; Wednesday night 7:30: Sunday morning honoring our Mrs. O.J. Anders. Gene Pearson and grand-
F lr. SAT. agree with Chad but they all expertise. The School 10:30: ; Morning Prayer Meeting; Thursday new Pastor and Mrs. W.C. Mrs. Tommy Clayton and daughter, Robyn Tatum.
had a good time and the Ison'sleft posing of these 11:30: ; Y.P.C.W. 6 7:30 Bible Class; Sunday ser Wright and daughter. Tom of Jacksonville called on attended a Dance Recital of

GENE 111.' t.OERs'1 again Monday morning.Mr. humane way .; Evening Worship 7:45: ; vice will conclude with Sun- Highland Baptist: Sunday her mother Mrs. C.R., Crewson Michele Lee, another grand-
Meece& costly for the city.City are welcome. day School 10 a.m.Ebenezer School 10 a.m.; Worship Saturday afternoon. daughter, of the Pearsons
and Mrs. James Clerk Lawtey Freewill Baptist Baptist- Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Mr. and Mrs. Ronny Mosely which was held at the Civic
Arneth returned Friday after that the financial night Prayer Tuesday night 7:30: Bible Prayer Meeting Wednesday at and Tammy of Maxville were Auditorium in Jacksonville.
visiting their new grand city is good due and Bible Study; Class; Thursday night 7:30: 7:30: p.m.Laura. Supper guests of their Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt
daughter, Loris Alicia, sharing School 10 a.m. ; Prayer Meeting. Baptist: Sunday parents, Mr and Mrs. Harold were Sunday dinner guests of
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. It was noted Worship 11 a.m.; New Bethel Baptist- School 10 am.; Worship Eunice on Friday evening.Mrs. their son-in-law and daughter,
it Jeffrey Meece in Stewart, such as tables Worship 5 p.m. The Tuesday night a special Services 11 a.m. and 7:30p.m. Glen Shuford, Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. L.H. Harper of
Miss. They also visited Mr.Meece's the City flail is invited. meeting was held 8 p.m. ; Prayer Meeting and her mother Mrs. Hester Starke. Other guests were
.t twin sister, Pauline turned in Miracle and Wednesday night 7:30: Bible Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Hicks,carried her sister, Mrs. their children, Mr. and Mrs.
,( Powell and family in Memphis Councilman Sunday School Study and Prayer Meeting; Northslde Baptist: Sunday Cora Hodges to her home in Tommy Harper, and son. and
Tenn. Their son, Jeffrey, the motion to .m.; Morning Worship 11 Sunday School 9:30: ; Morning School 10 a.m.; Worship Macclenny on Thursday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Harperand
does bookbinding and is an lending of this :; Evening Worship 7:30: ; Worship 11 a.m.; at 3 p.m. Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Wayne Hardee and family,of Daytona Beach,
timBPO avid tennis player.IIVMPTONLAKE. which was Band Meeting Monday members from both churcheswill Prayer Meeting Wednesday at children visited her parents, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Councilman 7:30 p.m.; Prayer! attend the Fellowship of 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carter of Harper and son, of Starke.
motion passed. Thursday night 7-30: Churches. Evening Worship 6 St. John's Missionary Maxville, on Sunday af The occasion was to honor
-PluS-. Some streets ; Friday night Bible Baptist: Sunday School 10 ternoon.Mr. their father, L.H. Harper, and
E'Uot'Gould Happy Birthday to Dolly blacktopping 7:30: ; HYPU is Sunday. p.m.Rev, L.R. Davis will conduct a.m.; Worship Services 11 and Mrs. Wayne Berry their grandfather, Carl
Simpson who received a voted to : p.m. a Revival in GainesvilleJune a.m. on second and and family of Laurinburg, Prevatt.
"'WHIFFS"5Uf1 lovely gift from George on materials to do MU Zion A.M.E. Church- 27 July 1. for Rev. fourth Sundays; Prayer Band N.C. spent a week with their

."Juna' 15'! William Day will be observed Eugenie Gainey, pastor; of Mondays at noon. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Keeffee Harrell of
gralulations to Mr. and with Sunday School First Missionary Baptist Doc Mosley. Teresa Wyke
Smyrna Missionary Baptist Jacksonville stopped by to see
: P1orm/ 7uECHRTTER8oX1e Mrfwl farnQSQTheir.' Connie quarterhorse Clark and, $235 questioned for the the .m.; Morning Worship 11 Church, S.E.. 15th Street. : Sunday School 10 a.m; came with them and will Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore. on
Worship Services 11 a.m. and spend the summer with her Saturday afternoon.
,Go RigHtyandy did just thatSaturday"evening to and and Mrs.
Park. lie said "I 7pm.; : .; Prayer uncle aunt Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly
in the Sun- Girl
said Scout News meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. Jerry Vogler and family of visited their cousin Carr
shine Race heldat previously
Cup Handicap\ New Smyrna Beach. Colley, of Macclenny on
Plus Pompano Park. Vandy is ballfield was Troop 669 really appreciate her driving. PERSONALSDixie Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Grill Sunday afternoon. While there
I about foot years old and although Chairman Curtis how to have a camp Those making the trip In- Youth Baseball 1977: and family, Mrs. Mary Taylor they also visited Miss Enza
NINE LIVES o not favored to come been improved, They spent Wednesday to' cluded Adviser Laurie American and National and children, and Mrs. Harry Blanchard and Mrs. Maude
out so well in that race which tea ms are good for of last week ata,3, Mullins Patty.Mullins, Irene Leagues Second<< Half of-Play.... .WUketson gathered at the Rowe, of the Nursing home.
RITZ the CAT went for 660 yards did make cause they give on Sanibel Island. 'Wainwright, Catherine Monday, June 20th, 5:45 home of Mrs. Darlene Nor
the fastest record this year in thing useful to do. left at 7 a.m. on the Schoening, Lynne Johns, Mets Lawtey Gold, LawteyA man and sons, for a family get
R (his particular race after previously further that the Yawn, Violet Myrick, and meal Mr. Bill Hamilton and
RI\-rE o Church bus (big Betsy ; Tuesday, June 21st, 5:45: together honoringMr.
team is doing well daughter, Beth, of Jackson-
winning two other you to the church) ; Sarah Biggs, Andrea Eaves, Lawtey Blue Dodgers, Harry Wilkerson onFather's
in second place in ville came down Sunday June
Sandra Darley, Cana Sch-
II1 several 'pit stops' we ar Lawtey N; Wednesday June day.
Mrs. Wendie
Chairman Lott 19th to visit
I ae at the Gallery Motel midt, Carolyn Eaves and 22nd, 5:45 Dodgers Lawtey Phil Eunice, of Graham,
the Breslin at the home of her
in supporting Cookie Chairman Lili Rae visited his Mr, and
-i about 3:30.: Blue, Lawtey. Rescheduledfrom parents Col. and Mrs. Wm.
The next two days were Yawn. The trip was financed June 10th. Mrs. Harold Eunice, on Wilson.parents, Beth celebrated her

iA.vj j 4 i5i s j vipi4U) *WWHWJP* spent in the Gulf, swimmingpool with cookie money. The troop Mr. and Mrs. John H. Sunday morning.Mrs. 8th birthday while here. It was
shelling resting, lying in earned 25 cents a box for Morris Jr., and Deborah Flossie Rosier at-
all around the house also their aunt Miss ErmaWilson's
the sun, taking in the local selling cookies and averaged returned to their home in tended a Banquet at the
birthday an
points of interest, etc. Really selling over 100 boxes per girl. Rockville, Ind., on June 6th' Florida Correctional Institution .
n great fun.Saturday. Great! after spending 10 days with at Lowell Friday,
HOUSE PLANTS Rep es' 49' we stopped in Ft. .Y...Y,:...........N........ their parents, Mr. and Mrs. June 17th in honor of retired
Patrick Graduates employees, and others who and Mrs. Wm. Wilson
Reg '2" Myers to tour Edison's Home Hubert Priest and Lamar.
SCHEFFELERA $210 and headed for Clearwater to From Recruiter School Barry Lee Watts went into are employed there presently.Mrs. entertained at their home for
eat at the Kapok Tree Inn. It SAN ANTONIO Master the Army June 12th. They left Flossie Rosier retired the Fair Association on
SHRIMP PLANTS Reg(> '2'Y 2" The typewriter was patented was a beautiful place which Sergeant William B. Patrick, Jacksonville for Fort Knox, May 1st 1970 after 20( years of Friday night. The ones who

Reg '4" in 1869.ROWN. most of us enjoyed At this whose parents are Mr. and Ky., on Monday, June 13th. service with the Division of attended were: Mr. and Mrs.
CROTONS $346 time we had a slight bus Mrs. W.M. Patrick of Rt. 1, Friends of Bill Dobbs, Corrections. Tommy Hamilton Mr. and
"' ore Rea..a problem, but handled it Lawtey, has graduated from regret to learn that he is a Donald Sikes of Hollister Mrs. Warren Carver, Mr and
,lP ? CARISSA BOXWOOD '2" $231 smoothly and arrived back in the U.S. Air Force recruiter patient in Bradford County spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Ray Bryan, Mrs. Hazel
1 1 SPOTiKl Starke about 10 p.m.I school at Lackland AFB, Hospital. Our prayers are his grandparents, Mr. and Paulk, Mr. J.R: Kelly Mr.
,4'.s AZALEA Reg '2' $2" certainly cannot say Texas. with him. Mrs. Doc Mosley. .' and Mrs. Jess Walbert. Mr..

riAll enough about our bus driver, Sergeant Patrick who will Miss Elizabeth Terry spent John Tinsler returned home John Bradley, Mr. Bill Clark,
Margie Wade. She came be an official Air Force Tuesday to Friday with her with his grandparents Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Hersey, Mr.
OTHER NURSERY PLANTS YOUR' LAWN ? through with flying colors, recruiter at Beckley, W.Va., sister, Mrs. J.P. Wyrick, of Mrs. John Steele of Monroe Ray Norman, Miss Nancy
never panicked or missed a was selected for the special Tallahassee, and Mrs. C.E. Tenn., Scott Tinsler, also Lee Mr. and Mrs. E.W.
10 % Off Call 964-5745 turn. We really enjoyed school and recruiting duty as Strickland of Gainesville. All returned to Old Hickory, Hodges, Mr. Jerry Thompson,
UK INSPK MOM having her with us and surely a volunteer with an out of them attended Vacation Tenn. to visit his aunt, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Taylor,
.H..Y.....H..H..I standing military record. Bible School for adults at Norman Steele and children.. Mr. and Mrs. Walcott
8. f s I'M' Alf \ Let Us Help You : The sergeant was trained in North Central Baptist Churchin Mrs. Gene Pearson, Mrs. Wescott, Mr. and Mrs. John
Put Your Best Foot : the Air Force job Gamesvile during the week. Joe Shuford, Mrs. Frank Sigman, Mother and Dad Mr. ,
1'I : Forward With : classification system, testing Mrs. Wyrick returned homeon Camp, Mrs. James Bowman, and Mrs Sigman, Mr. and
r I LOAIIA PersonalizedBusiness procedures and other related Thursday and Miss Terry and Miss Della Rosenberg of Mrs. Harold Davis, Mrs. Pat
'' ttTONTROI Cards : areas required to present Air came home on Friday. While Kingsley Lake attended the Scog ins, and Miss Kathy

Bradford Printers : Force career opportunities to. there their cousins, Mr. and State Business! and Strum.
964-6.105; : young men and women.
Sergeant Patrick, a 1962
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-Need Letterheads : tended the University of
: Envelopes; etc. : Maryland. His wife, Reginia, (5dV
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Youths Vacation/ of St Edward's delicious breakfast enjoyed by RECOMMENDED REGULAand 'autt ortty was therefore OEiVRCB
givenIv!: the Secrwtary the >:C i.Z7IC>R9
invited break-
Parish were to many parishioners. TlON: 3-24-77 46 MPH Speed and .-. -
: To Panama City fast in the Parish hall in ob The following! young people Zone establishment ofsame the AIR tjAPTTST
servance of Father's Day last from St. Edward's attended placing of the proper markingOn FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Bethel Baptist Church

: Sixteen of the young Sunday St. John's Camp near Swit recommendation of the and signs lIS Indicated; also. for Rev.CHURCH O.D. Brooks Rev.'Ben Bryant Russell Davis Pastor

from Pine Level Baptist Members of the CYO zerland from June 12 through Director Road Operations the the dim TSV.eKistlng con- School Sunday School 10 am.;
Orange Street Sunday: Sunday ,
Church took their Senior tripto prepared and served orange June 17: Andy Fanton Jim above traffic end sPeed trds indicated. Morning Worship Morning Worship 11 a.m.;
Panama City last Thursdayand juice, pancakes sausage and and Juan Nguyen Douglasand regulations! were determined to Billy G. pihto -_ Director ''SUNDAY: Sunday School 10 ((11: a.m.; Church; Training, 6:15: Evening Wednesday Worship Prayer 7:30: Meeting p.m.;
coffee as a special treat to all Tod Samons, Stephen reasonable and
Friday. necosaary DEPARTMENT niupon TRANS a.m.; Worship Service 11 p.m.; Evening Worship 7:30: 7:30: ( .m.PINE..
Making the trip were Cindy fathers who responded to their Spell and Kevin Tyrrell the basis of the engineer. PORTATION a.m.; Evening Worship 7 p.m. p

Beth Davis, Donna Thornton, invitation Decorations were Reverend Father Michael !ing and traffic investigations WEDNESDAY Prayer p.m.Monday: Youth Choir 7 \
Crystal Thornton, Valerie furnished by Donna Samons. Trainor was assisted by Sister 1tchg6/23 Service 7pm. LEVEL BAPTIST

Jones, Virginia Kenney Mrs. Victor Ashline, Mrs. Carol, Sister Louise and Sister ......................................................... p.m.Wednesday: Regularly REV.ROMAN ALVAREZ

Richard Milner, Bobby Peggy Sheller Mrs. John Mary Teresa in conductingthe --- scheduled activities; Hour of SUNDAY: Sunday School,
Milner, Timmy Jones, Bobby Samons and Mrs. Beverly religious program at the Power, 7:30: p.m. 10 a.m.; Worship service 11
Smith, Jackson Cowart, Tyrrell assisted the young camp. The group also enjoyed ALLEN CHAPEL '> Friday: Youth Recreation 7 a.m.; Choir Practice, 5:30:
Dwayne Carlton, Ken people in preparing the archery canoeing, hiking, A.M.E.CHURCH to 10 pm.; Bible Study, 6:30: p.m.;
Friendly Church"
Steve Gockley Gibson, Robert and Gockley.Don and :;::-ss-'::: :::::::.::::-fti:: ::::::::':V::'::.'::V:::':"':':'.':':::%fjj besides handicrafts plenty and of good swimming food. MONDAY. JULY 11, 1977 IN THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERSROOM 749 Pine St.,Starke ---_. Evening WEDNESDAY Worship* 7 Teachers p.m.

Brenda Hallgren. ij jj Card Of' Thanks \: Those assisting in transporting FIRE AND AT THE EXTENDED BRADFORD COVERAGE COUNTY ON COURTHOUSE THE FOLLOWING FOR Rev.R.GlIea Ole Pastor PRESBYTERIAN Meeting, 7 p.m.; Mid-Week
The left the church at the children were Service 7:30 Choir
: p.m.;
group ::iE. .. . .. ...::; COUNTY BUILDINGS: SUNDAY CHURCH
for :."::..:::.: :::: : ::." .: ... Reverend Father Patrick : Sunday School Practice 8:30:
7 Thursday morning :> ::: :;::::;:::: -: ;;>>>: :;! :: Dr.Jack Hand minister p.m.
Miracle Strip, Panama City's Foley pastor Mrs. Victor 9:30: a.m., Morning Worship ---

largest amusement park. CARD OF THANKS Ashline and Mrs. John 11 a.m., Evening
BUILDING loveeast SUNDAY: Sunday School, SL Mark's '
COURTHOUSE $1.000.00000 Episcopal
There they enjoyed the rides We grateful to Samons. pm. Sunday only:
and a stroll along the beach. friends are and sincerely neighbors for their ...._ ......... CONTENTS OF BUILDING 100,00000 7:30: p.m. Friday before 9:30: a.m.; Morning Worship Rev.John Flynn
first ,; 11 a.m. Sunday: 8:30: a.m. Holy
That night they ate at Sambo'sand many kind acts of sympathy Sunday
-- THURSDAY : Choir Eucharist; 9:45: a.m., Choirs
then went to sad bereavement.
during our BUILDING 70,000.00 CALVARY BAPTIST practice 7:30: Practice 10
Fellowship Church fora Our appreciation cannot be DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CLINIC p.m. ; a.m. Morning
CONTENTS OF 15,000.00 Prayer.Tuesday
devotion retiring for adequately expressed. TRANSPORTATIONSPECIAL ----
Jim Black Pastor
the night. The pastor of the We would also like to express TRAFFICREGULATIONS GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH : 9:30: a.m. Prayer

church is Rev. Frank Starling. our deepest gratitude to SUNDAY: Sunday School Highway IOOA South Group In Church Building.

Friday morning the boys all the staff of the Bradford
fishing with MAINTENANCE SHOP RD. DEPARTMENT 26,000.00 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship SUNDAY: Bible School 10
went deep sea Dr. David
boat : CONTENTS OF BUILDING 6.000.00AGRICULTURE 11 a.m.; Evening Worship 7 a.m.; Morning Worship 11am.
Bert Raffield. The
Capt. Turner and Dr. That the Department of Trans- Wed. SMYRNA rfAtTIbl CHURCH
Services 7:30:
left the dock at 5:30: a.m. and Hernandez for all they have portation at its meeting of April p.m. p.m. ; Children's Choir Elder IC.Williams
returned at noon There was a done for us over the past six 28 1977 gave consideration to BUILDING 80,00000 Practice 6:15: p.m.; Training "On the search for a
between CONTENTS OF BUILDING 8000.00 F1KST ASSEMBLY OF Union 7 p.m. ; Evening
tie for the largest months. They will always the requests relating to special friendly church?"
Steve Gibson who caught a 33 GOD Worship, 8pm.
remain a precious memory traffic: regulations and in each
"The Happy Church WEDNESDAYSunday- .
pound black grouper and with us. case made a review of the traffic Welcome to Smyrna
AUTO INSPECTION STATION 20000.00 Hwy. ISalWeldonSt. School Warkciui Maauiig, 7
Youth Director Don Hallgren, The John R. DeVore Family with
investigation report along
CONTENTS OF BUILDING 5,00000 Starke prfB-5 Bible Study and Prayer
who caught a 33 pound amberjack SUNDAY
the recommendations of the
en- : Sunday School,
SUNDAY: Sunday School 7:30 p.m.; Adult Choir
CARD OF THANKS at the location loca- 10 a.m.,
or Worship
gineer Service 11
Panama City is known for COUNTY JAIL 80,000.00 10 a.m.;, Morning Worship 11 Practice 8:15: pm.
Words cannot adequately tions described below: a.m., B.T.S., 5:45: p.m:.
having the whitest beaches so CONTENTS OF BUILDING 10,000.00LIBRARY a.m.; Evening Worship "A Church Where Every
express our deep appreciationfor Evening Worship, 7pm.
Mo body is Someb'dv"Vacation
while the boys fished the girls
the many kind and sym COUNTY: Bradford Youth All visitors are warmly
went swimming. The boys pathetic acts that were shownto ROAD: 100LOCATION Bible School June welcomed.
enjoyed the beach and us by the Archer-Tanner : Section 28020 In CONTENTS OF BUILDING 100000.00 meeting 7 p.m.; Bible Study 15 through June 24, 9 a m. to 12

swimming while the girls Funeral Home at the time of Starke: Existing Speed p.m.Pastor noon.._ -eee
went deep sea fishing. FIRE E C AND V& M M Robert Harden ---
our recent bereavement Restriction From SLD MP
and all! -
On Friday afternoon a fish These kindnesses meant so 10.505 to SLD MP 11.100 45\ Welcome one GRAHAM BAPTIST STARKE
fry was enjoyed by the group much to all of us. MPH. Recommended Change POLICY TO BE EFFECTIVE JULY 15, 1977 ---- Rev. James Starling CHURCH OK GOD
6/232tchg 6/30/ FIRST CHRISTIAN Rev. M.E. Drake
before they returned to The John R DeVore Family From SLD MP 10.506 to SLD .
Starke. CHURCII SUNDAY: Sunday School,
MP distance 0.173 mi.
10678 ----------- Jim Love Minister 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 Sunday: Sunday School, 10

On sale a.m.; Training Union 6 p.m.; a.m.; Morning Worship, 11
Ir, bn EtaGLE Thursday, SUNDAY: Sunday School WEDNESDAY: Mid-Week a.m.; Evening Worship, 7

Ml ttU II IMUnulur a BNINAHMCAAe Friday and Saturday! 9:45: a.m.; morning service Prayer Service 7:30: p.m. p.m.

W KMUIBUCM.. 10:45: a.m.; youth group, 8 Wednesday : Family
p.m. ; evening worship 7 ---- Training Hour 7:30: p.m.
ebyf JrlceI .
p.m. ; Choir practice 8 p.m. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Friday: Prayer Meeting

WEDNESDAY : Bible Rev.Paige Brown 7:30: p.m.UNITED.
StuJy( r, 8 P.m. ----
SUNDAY: Sunday School
---- 10 a.m.; Morning Worship 11 PENTECOSTAL

PINE GROVE a.m.; Church training 6:30': CHURCH

dollar day Ie! METHODIST..Ben L.Coleman CHURCHRev. p.m.p.m.WEDNESDAY; Evening Worship 7:30: 204 Rev.N.O.L.Water Wells St.

SUNDAY: Sunday School, : 7:30: p.m. 10 SUNDAY a.m.; Worship: Sunday services11am School

9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship .w.w .. ., and 7pmWEDNESDAY.

Get- your. dollar's worth anS moreflat Eagle! 7:30 11:THURSDAY a.m.p.m.; Evening: Services Prayer MORGAN BAPTISTSUNDAY: Sunday ROAD School, Study FRIDAY 7:30: :p.m.Young: People's Bible

J Meeting-30: m._ 10 a.m., Morning Worship and Service 7:30: p.m.

SAVC47% SAVE 18% SAVE 12% 8AYE1f% FIRST METHODIST Services for the Deaf-11 a.m., ..........................n.
KWIK KOVER tA); 10W-30 -) 60LCHONR PKO.OPM CHURCH Training Union 6:30: p.m.


1." I I 1 OT. CAN NEAPPLE NAPKINS5R$1 Sunday: Church School for WEDNESDAY: Mid-week
$ all ages 9:45: a.m.; Morning Prayer Service and Bible

3S. 1 2s'1ASSORTED 2$1 Worship (Nursery provided) Study 7:30: ( p.m.. Choir Area :Ministers
11 am. Practice, .8.15: p.m
WAS 3/t.q WAS Utgt, WAS 2t14SA OW
..,. rtHf1 I WAS Situ. ElectedTo

............. .. .. .........
Ltla.s"UtlLn ; Ministerial
SAVE 25% ICE( .
H -
/VOVp VE 15% SAVE 10" SAVE2.U A / ,;NOTICE

S JERQENS ) VINYL SUITOR COLORFUL LEYVB BL E_ ANS MEN'S WORK SHIRTS The School Board of Bradford 10 speed. Serial 1849611. AllianceOn
t. WASH 9 OZ. I I ASHTRAYS TRAVEL SA / SWATTER w 11.ORI 0 WAS 2 $7 hold a Public Hearing on Varsity Manufacturer; Color Schwinn, White;; Model Type the recommendation of

$1 $1 $1wAT 3 0 $1 SkrlnktoNIwl.h.l.htNI cotton M..ttse otrnwrq Rd.Mn. .Ile Proposed Rules on the Student Boys 10 speed. Serial I none. the nominating committee led
Section Code of
SbR a s.,.:IFS I_ Mrod e..r.w S,q L XLYA concerning and you are required to file your by Rev. George L. Harper the
j wAst/rst. Disc,PRICE +s; WAS Conduct, and Plan of Pupil daims within 30 days from the Bradford County Ministerial
Progression and other student
date of this Notice on Dolph E. Alliance recently elected
I rules, starting with Rule 6110 officers for the coming
i! Reddish, Sheriff Bradford year.
; through 6419 on June 30, 1977 Those elected areRev.: .
VALUe PLUSI \ VALUE PLUS! County, and/or show cause"
VALUE PLUS: SAVE 29% et 7 p.m. in the school boardroom Mark'sEpiscopal
John M. Flynn, St.
I within 30 days from this date.
I I RETRACTABLEREELTYPE C't\ STAPLER W/ POP.UP ENAMEL 1 OR offices.of the County Administrative why the property should not be Church president;
STAPLES "N PHONE 1 Rev. Jasper Williams
t OT. PAN OR $ forfeited and sold by publicationin
KEY CHAIN REMOVER 1 Copies of these proposed Bethlehem Free Will
INDEX "FRY PAN t the manner provided In Baptist
\t $ Rules may be obtained from theSuperintendent's Chapter 50, Florida Statutes. Church; Rev. Patrick Foley,
1 1 $1 Office on St. Edward's Catholic
$ DATED THIS: June 7, 1977
North Temple Avenue Starke,
Church and Rev. Jim Love
DISC.Pact a St DISC.PRICE WAIt Florida. SIGNED: Dolph E. Reddish ;
7 Sheriff First Christian Church.
GAVE tall; L iJsr" This !Is in compliance Florida Bradford County Courthouse Rev. William Wright who

Statutes, Chapter 73-310 as has recently been assigned as
751 No. 964-6280. Ext.
VALUE MEN'S KNIT POLOS CREW NECK POLOS enacted !by: the 1974 Florida Telephone of Grace United
PLUSI 286 pastor
LUSWAS' PRICE, 00 Le elature. 6/16 4tchg 7/7 Methodist Church of Lawtey.
SHOWERCURTAIN 1 l\ 2IM.I: Thomas L. Casey Jr.
welcomed the and
3VS" HANQINQ ....................... was area
I STONEWAREVALUE p.cSH4&l.cSH.Innt M ....... .. Superintendent of Schools ...... into the Ministerial Allianceby
If 0.15.121 PLANTER ooion*mmn*re.S lo XL. tP..,...../eee.n...IWLS.I..st 6/163tchg6/30 members at the

f ............................ NOTICEI present
.1 I will not be responsible for meeting.
msc.rrnci DtBC.""ICI HI % BIDS debts other than my own after .............................
The Bradford County Hospital June 16, 1977.
will receive bids for the following Lester Willmgham upon or object to the modification -

SAVE 37* I jF used and excess hospital equip 6/16 4tpd 7/7 of Operating Permit No. DO

VALUE nus ment and electric motors. Pease 04-2116 or to the proposed

M".ID' submit bids to the) office of the permit limitations and conditions
ELECTRICAL HANDY BRASS Administrator Bradford County are invited to submit them in
" PVCTAPC WATtRINQSPRAYER Hospital, 911 E. Call Street writing within thirty days of the
Ii Starke Ra. no later than 12.00 DEPARTMENT OF EN- date of this Notice to the officesof
$1 noon, June 28, 1977 the Florida Department of
SAVE UP TO 0% VIr 1""
'i'i wort L1x Electric Motors- Environmental Regulation at the
TUBES OR SHORT WEDGE SANDALS 1.100 HP 230/440 3 ph. following addressee:
t 2.CO HP 230/440 3 Ph.
IIiJ WA.UPTO WAS Notice is hereby given that
2 R s3 3.00 2-40 HP 230/440 3 Ph. St. Johns River Subdistrict
i Aye 37% VALUE nUll SA VEas% LUEPLUS/ Air Condition Equipment- City of Starka has applied to the 3424 Bills RoadJacksonville

i) Sip OAS SEASHELLPLANT 13 OUNCE MINI. *{n MbW*M.KIM LIb.cimta,s-is. Sir.'A" .Peti--.......-._.....t-M.-. 3-40 Ton Compressors, State Environmental of Florida Regulation Department for of Florida 32207
I TREATMENT SEER/SODA HURRICANELAMP 1-100 Ton Water Evaporator Copies of the application are
iJ iJI OZ. CAN MANGER TANKARDS 1.60 Ton Air Condenser/Fans Modification of Operating Permit available for public inspection
Number DO 04-2116 for its
1 Mac. & Scrap Metal and copying at the above office.
flM2fi1BICYCLE* acs11SAYE 25 $11 s1DISC. incinerator Municipal Sewage Treatment

101M 1-Dishwashsf' Plant to continue its discharge of All comments received within
WASUf:1: ( w. : Effluent Waters Into the
Alligator -
I I .MICE 2.BOVM, Cautery the :30-day period will be considered -
I 2.Oxygen Tent Coolers Creek beyond the present in formulation of final
expiration date of June 18 1977
determinations the
[ ALOE PLUSi/ 3-Stenlizers regarding
until December 31, 1979. This
15% Film Processor modification of Operating Permit
receiving stream Is classified as
No. DO 04-2116 Where there
-- MetalR. is
3 1 Scrap
PKQ.OF3KITCHEN t OZ. ASST. SAVE 11" Class III waters recreation, propagation
I II LOCK AND RLp 11 HENUZIT '. .D. Edmondson, Administrator! a significant degree of public
WOMaN'S and management interest in the
M" CHAIN REFILLS TOWELS9i.1 Bradford County Hospital applicant'srequest
COOKIES I fish and wildlife. The receiving
WAS for modification of its
8AVt23% 623NOTICE
I k4& 2.00 6/162tchg water basin are !Lake Rowell and

3 1 3s1 BASKETBALL SHOES Lat... r..krr. Y.y.. r............................ Lake Sampson. Operating Department Permit of Environmental the Florida

DISC met DI.C.PRICE WAS situ w AS8AVC wku.a rr.aew.,FIS OF SEIZURE The above named applicant Is Regulation will hold a public

3.0 0Wrdqs NOL BA PT AND ORDERTO not presently. complying with hearing. After consideration of

a .roh ,{, SHOW CAUSETO State requirements for wastewater all written comments and of the
aAVE 17% IiI 12% .NM kip.. Shin'.r-12. : All persons, firm. or corporations treatment and Ie seekingan requirements section 403.068,
BAVE 13* VALUE PLUS( ,266UMLOTION extension of the expiration
SELECTION CHROME 'ry owning, having or Florida Statutes and appropriate -
OF KITCNEN STACKING WOODEN FORKS ON claiming any Interest In these data of its existing Operating regulation, the Florida
TOOLS CERAMIC INDIVIDUAL SPOONS SAVEP4" properties. Permit No. DO 04-2116 from Department of Environmental

MUGS SALAD BOWL MA June 19, 1977 to December 31, Regulation will make deter
6Os1 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that 1979 pursuant to section: minations regarding modification

3$1WAS 41DISC. WAS S1 '>& 1.49 pursuant to Chapter 705, DolphE. 403.088(4)( ), Florida Statutes, and of this Operating Permit.

WAS ItrBArYE ( $11'1SAWS1 ,pmci KNIVES..3/1.00 2i1WUV't Reddish Sheriff Bradford Administrative Rule 171.254( ) Pease bring the foregoing to

I i ll OLI County. Florida has made a Florida Administrative Code. the attention of persona you
I >
II report that me following properties The proposed modification of know will be Interested In this

I have) been seized: this Operating Permit may matter.

iris PAYE to" SAVE 99% I sw17w.. Manufacturer, Raleigh; Model contain permit conditions and

OSCKXATMOPUSHBUTTON N LL SAYS 11% I was 9A Record; Color blue; Type ads the following limitations on t the. STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT -

I GRANULAR IOITASLEGRILL,." PITM BOYS'COOL 10 speed; Serial 36493. amount of pollutants the applicant OF ENVIRONMENTAL
S-MCHPAM m. CHLORINE TICKFLEACOLLAR) .FN' r \ SAYS 1I1 Manufacturer, Ross; Model, may discharge REGULATION

'17 i 40 *4.A. *2 s1 TOOTHPASTE ] Type Grand Boys Prix; 10 Color speed;Lavender Serial I; 1. Row: 0.830 million gallons Joseph w: larders JR.

S3* 9G6779.Manufacturer.. per toy. SECRETARY
WAS eel ..... 2. BOD 97
WASla7. WAS't in & Sttiger; Model 5-day : pounds per 2S62 Executive Center Ode: ,
'1' GADS IIJ. Commodore; Color. White; day daily average. East, Montgomery Building

L: 12'Ir. M.'III. CIGARETTES HtU aKiNGrJoav i : 'AULPACK! Type, Boys 10 speed; Serial I 3. Total suspended solids: 170 Tallahassee, Florida 32301
none. pounds per day daily average. 1tchg6/23/
14-7511 I puft Tax' $411 $41 50* Manufacturer Lamans; Modal

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Priorities DiscussedFor

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for study from the open ditch is a threat to their WANTED i HOUSES FOR SALE]) ADDING- MACHINE FOR SALE mobile home ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS -

I May 16 meeting the School four-year-old daughter multiplies ueee tape, excellent Varta. and supplies. OLiN'S eucccuful living
Board met In a special works condition. Good buy MOBILE HOME SALES for people who want to
I slon Monday, June 6, to In other action the Council WANTED tld refrlgerstors CRYSTAL LAKE HOME at (85. Phone 782-3660 alter Highway. 100 Wsst Stark. STOP drinking and STAYtopped.

discuss priorities for capital instructed City Clerk Merrill washer. mad 90 ft. on lake, fenced. brick 5 pjnTTFchg.GARAGE phone.. 964-8606. TF/Chg ," Meeting Thursdayand
outlay money. Edwards to inform the new stoves la good condition, fireplace. Price reduced to ---- -- Sunday 8 p.m. Phono '
owner of KOA Campground Phone Dahmer'e Discount"L 36500. L.K. Edwards HI A SALE 9 a.m., UTILITY BUILDINGS 964-6709<< or 9645434. A, 1 trtuiHt ar

The board took no action Vincent D. D'Avanzo that a 9 .:!! !:..2.!. __. Asaoe Inc., Realtor. Phone Saturday three families. aluminum, prewired re- --- "------ -

during the! work session but $1,687 sewer tap water tap. 4734903. Itchg 6/23 N.furniture Walnut, clothing St. Itpd etc 6/23. 513 ceptables. light' switch. LAWN Reasonable SERVICE rate*. ALSO- ,

after discussion voted in and footage assessment on MOTORCYCLES J 2 BEDROOM HOUSE lights tongue and groove child care, housework. other Lrv'
regular session to purchase services to the campgroundhad --. ---- floor delivered. and set up. odd Jobs Phone 964-5452. -
three 65 Just out of city Call owner, HORSE Bay, part Ap. Financing available, up to 48

buses at a cost passenger of $14,159 school each not been paid by the SUZUKI OF STARKE 964-6593.. 6/2 TF/chg___' palooM, 4 .yrs. old. 1150. month to pay 60 aha. *. Itpd---- --- ----- -
original owner of the propertyand suthorlied Suiukl Bayle Hwy 431-1176 or Suzuki Stark. .964-6020 3 i1
and one 22 your 3BR.larp AVON CALLING to bay
passenger busequipped FRAME HOUSE with 964-8725 Itpd 6/23 5/12 NEW LOCATION!
that D'Avanzo was being dealer. Phone 9644020. 1640 TFcfcgPERSONALS 7552807or
sell Avon phone
to handle or
handicapped utility building
held responsible for the debt. South Walnut south la ---- 205 N. TEMPLE
((301 410 W. AndrewaSt. writ Lome Clyatt P.O. Cecella Terwlllegar
students. large lot.
date the Delivery Council ordered that unless 8lnrke.TT/Chg|_ on. $8,900 cash. Contact 1972 Chevy 10 window van, Box 221)Lake. City, Florid. STARKE, FLORIDA
on buses is .
not expected $1950; 1973 Impel. 2 door
until late in the fall. delinquent fees are paid Tolbert McCoy. 964-781S. I1895; 1972 Suzuki. 750 t \ TFChg PROPERTIES'
within 30 days sewer and AUTOMOBILESFOR ,tpd 6i.DOUBLEWIDE..') w/extraai 16' fIberglas HENLEY ELECTRIC PREFERRED
board water services to the ------ ----- -
cam- .
The agreed it would finding boat and trailer COlllP ANY-residential
like to get back on a regular pground will be cut off. 3 BR. 1976 1275. Keystone lite., 473- MAC'S AUTO RECONDITIONING commercial IndustriaL. TUCK'S DRIVE-IN *31 S. Walnut valuable

buying plan to update the SALE 1973 Deteun take M Homo. Nothing' down, 3559 keep trying. Itpd 6/23 Buffing waxing, Phone 431-1700 Ralford. property in everybody's opinion Wonderful
In a letter to the KOA S. over payments.Or Interior cleaned, carpets TF/chg location
county school bus system. The 400. Great gas mileage. v for any business!
purchase horn and cleaned. &
dated dyed engines ------------
June .
14 the and for See at
owner buy 11000.
cost of the buses will city
come .. for 15500. Write for SPEED EQUIPMENT FOR special vinyl
clerk advised him of Standard Station, SR-100 & painted CHILD CARE Hour. day
partially from the approximately the action 21, Keyatone Heights. tin/- appt Rt. 2 Box 68F, Starke. SALE 10 percent above For free week. ; any age. License Country living 12 acres attractive CB home with

300.000 available and stated that the G.3 11'1'< i/A;:; coaL Olln'a Mobile Home estimates. & appointment. nursery, fenced shady. 3 BR 2 Bath, LR, DR, FR, screened back porch

in capital outlay funds original owner and his at. chg------------ ---- ------- Service. Highway 11M1VV., Phone 964-6809. Itpd 6/23 home cooking Instruction In doubic;", garage, CH-A carpet.
that were earmarked for torney were aware of the DODGE CORONET 1975. BRICK HOME 3 BR. 2 Starke.. Phone 9645606.TFChlf --- pro-kindergarten. basics

projects in 1976.77 that have unpaid lees and it was their 4-door. good condition new Bath double carport, utility SE.W1NG MACHINES crafts, arts, etc. Paf DayCare BESSENT ROAD Attractive 3BR 2 bath, LR

not been completed. responsibility to so advise tires. low mileage; (2,400. room, nice lot drapoa, repaired all make. Waldo D. Thompson, DR office, den CH / A, carport and storage

D'Avanzo at the time of the 547 W. Madison St. Itpd appliance, Included.. Phone BLUEBERRIES U-Plck.. 50 cleaned oiled and adjusted. 321 Butler Terr., Starke.. building. _______
96-1 630. I". We Pick, 75
Will FHA cent
Funds available are $noooin purchase.A 6/23 go or per 17. Work guaranteed.JamssStrickland 4tpd
earned Interests VA. 1 tod 6FOR/ cent per lb. Off Earleton corner MorganRoad ------------ Looking for a tax shelter Distinguished I unit,
indirect costs $144.000 capitaloutlay request from Hubert PANEL TRUCK 1965 Road northoiSK-26then. (I200-A1 1.8 1/Z miles mile and Highway. 16. 3/10 BILL'S SAW SHOP corn- modern rental apartment on Temple Ave. Ample
Cooper for the closing of one plate sharpening service,
and Chevrolet. 1970 motor,good -f I SALE f TF/ChR parking area.
$132,000 in the block of but west. Longneckers, 4732702or circular .band, carbide,
platted unopened ------
general fund balance. Moneynot condition. II.. good body 475-1151. Open 8 ..... to BULLDOZER WORK-land chain. mower blade hollow
included in the Prather Street running east and rum good. '1400 or will\ 7:30 Monday through Spacious "Old is Better" home on Madison. Large
budget thatis pjn. road sitepreparation. ground and balanced.. Leaveat .
PEAVEY clearing building
and west from Thompson St.: AMP. a FENDER -
trade. for Phone 964-
Saturday tfnchgWATSON'S landscaped lot with storage house.
available is .
$68,399 In. to the railroad was reportedby 7761. Itpd 6/23 SPEAKER Excellent Phone Edward!: Jackson Building Supply,
surance settlement on RJE Clerk condition. 495. Phone 961- ---- ------ Dsvls, Glen St. Mary, 1-259- Starke or Keystone Heighte.TfChg .
Edwards. The clerk
and $60,000 that was not spentin ; 5875. &lpdAKC HOUSE .OF 3569. "Live the Good Life of Hampton Lake" We have
teachers salaries for the 80 said that Cooper owned the VW Superbug. 1973,yellow, VACUUMS many brands 4/14 tfnchgVACUUM the best for the discriminating buyer.
property on both sides of the A/C. excellent. condition GERMAN of new vacuums. Used .
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working days in which the only 8,000 miles on rebuilt SHEPHERD PUPPIES 5 machines available Expert RALPH BRYAN
Needed $25,000 Homes in .
salary boost was not in effect. so-called street and in fact is engine. 1300. Phone 904- males/2 females Extra large repalra, all makes. Farts and CLEANER REPAIRS : good repair.!

growing a garden in it at this 5875. UpdDODGE bUck. and tan $75 each.. accessories. for all vacuum. all makes, all Real
In establishing priorities theboardsaid time. Edwards said the street Phone Thomas Hogan, 284- Built-in central vacuumayatema. model Starke Sewing Ceniter D Just outside city limits-frame home on 2 and one

it would like to see would serve no worthwhile DART 1975 6 9274. Itpd 623WHEELHORSE 404 NW 10th 215 964-8312.<> East Call Street. half acres with wide variety fruit.trees,flowers, and"

the high school auditorium re- purpose even if opened sinceit cylinder A/T A/C P.s., Avenue, GslnesvDle. Phone phone 4tpd Estate great garden spot.

Iceive air conditioning and bisects Cooper's propertyand AM/FM 8 track excellent. Lawn and 3767110. TF/Chg ACALTOR

:good lighting so it could be deadends at the railroad. condition. (100 plus payoff. garden t..do.6 hp 32"c..t. FOR SALE Diamond MOBILE HOME MOVING 2117 N. Temple Yes, we do have something on Kingsley Lakel!

used for community cultural The clerk was authorized to Phone 964-6038 after 5 p.m. I4SO. Phone weekday. after needles for any "stereo, over also mobQe home hurricane Office 964-8788

events: refurbish the high publish the required legal Itpd 61Z31II0NTE 7 p.m., anytime weekend 247 different ones, wo h.v.t".m anchoring and mobile POTPOURRI I: Excellent Investment -. 1))
4681140. 6/23 2tpd 6/30 all. Dahmer'a Dis home roof coating. 011.'. SR 16 WEST
school and middle school home with grounds-zoned
notice for closing the street.A CARLO Demorest spacious
1976 count. TF/Chg Mobile Home Service Phone --- ----- --
cafeterias and the school
mall equity, take up low PETS AKC Irish setter 964-5606. Highway 100W., 22 High A. Dry Acres.
gym. low bid of $150 from payment. Excellent. condition pup for aak 8 wk* old, MOBILE HOME tank.LOT Small with Stsrke. TF/chg Pecan, Pin. A Oak. tree ((11 Green Property with home (needs renovating)

Also listed as priorities are Rockenstein Tree Service of loaded with. optl.... wormed and shots. Phone down well and septic Phone 4681551. (no cpr..1) 27000. on 1 acre plus large wooded lots.
Gainesville was accepted for Phone 533-2496 or 964-7934. 2897355. Itpd 6/23 payment. ----- ((3)) Nearly new pretty home in Green Acres.
covered 6/8 TF/Chg
walkways at BUS removel! of six tree stumps on 6/23 2tpd 6/30 24 Acres 2 budding -
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and Starke
BMS Elementary
N. Walnut Street and removalof YARD SALE June ever 1,000 ft. on highway.. .
resurfacing the Friday GUNS FOR SALE 22's, Cecelia/ T. TerwillegorUI /
area at BUS for tennis and chips.A FOR RENT ( "Saturday, June 25. Baby, 25'a, and 38'a sold at Dab- 138000. Term
children. and other clothe
track; paving the middle recommendation from the miscellaneous. 656 Mac- mer'sDiscountTF/Ci.!! GEORGE. --ROBBTtlTSHSUMMt- ..- LAVVTEY AREA 205 N.TEMPLE
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school entrance and parking City Recreation Board for 2 BR MOBILE HOME 12' Mahon St. Itpd 6/23 FARM FRESH PRODUCE INC.UK I A 2 Acre lot High A 1 ( STARKE, FLORIDA

parking at Hampton and a employment Cheryl Godwinas ..1010. A/C. dishwasher. Misty" Dawn Gardena. 3 mm Dry House. or Mobil

play area at Law ley. director replacing Randall 1110/month. Forayth Road. OKRA FOR SALE 35 cents miles South of Starke on US .STARKE..Norm Temple, FLORIDAV' Ave. Home from 3900. | OFFICE PHONE 964-7776

Davis. at the same salary, Phone 964-5261 Itchg 6/23 per pound Buck Murray 301. 5112 8tpd 6/30 Owner financing. R.LAL HOME PHONE
The board discussed if a _____ -_____ I 714 Lafayette, 9647326. -------- ---- --- --
$204 per week. was approved. '
decision is made to keep the COTTAGE ON LAKE Itchg 6123WEIMERANER COUCH AND CHAIR SALE 21/2-5-71/2-10 up to 180 ----- .

seventh grades in Hampton Permission was given to Johnson (125/week 169.95 op Dahmer'a Acre from

Law ley and Brooker a Chief of Police Jimmy Bowento awimmlDg and fllahlng. Full Discount. 2/3 TF/Chg l,300/Acr Owner

minimum, three portable attend in Phone. 473-2108. 6/23 4tchg blooded female, well financing.
a meeting Tampa. REFRIGERATORS.gss and
buildings would be needed. If 714TWO trained. ALSO electric 3 BR LR DR. Lg. HAMPTON AREA Floriland Realty
June 21-24, to review new electric ranges, air conditioners Family Room, Fireplace on
------ stove. See at U"dr..o.dMDt.I. .
purchased from a manu- in 110 and 220 --- --- ---
the field of law v.
FURNISHED 20 acres with barn, N.Temple Ave. Lillian C. Pearson
1 4 mi. Non 301. Itchg
would about 40 to 225 Acres from
facturer they cost BARGAIN CENTER. Hwy
enforcement, passed by the bedroom. Phone 6/23 Graham terms. Starke Fin.
$15.000 each. The board discussed 1977 legislature. 964-8071.apartment Itpd 6/23 301 South. 6/2 THe..... - 1625/Acre. .011.9647700I .Real Estate*
construction by the AIR CONDITIONER Club Estates 2 ----
VCH '-. .Q) -4f9MOBILE *.-+_ Country
tech buildings and trades 10,000 BTU used 4 month, .NA USED FURNITURE lots very reasonable.New acre with. 2 fully
HOME Unfurnished excellent c.ndltlo..eed. no couches, chairs, THERESSA AREA equipped layer kousee.20x400 STARKE
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of about
class at a cost ) $10,000 -
double wide ------ --- '
on special wiring. S150. Phone Congoleum floor covering block home In town, 3 one egg cooler 3 BR frame house CH/A.
each. Other school systems CLASSIFIED AD Crystal Lake. private miscellaneous. items, 1-7-10-up to 137 Acre off with extra .
964-8240. Itchg 6/23 BR, 2 B, LR C/H4A, etorage fenced corner I.t. S15.00O.
found this to be a satisfactory swimming and boating. 1125. Anything you need for a SR 100 from l,100/Acre - -
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quit area
solution to needed space RATES Phone 7823326. Itchg 6/23 LARGE TENT Good home, come see ua. corner lot.Several owner financing.RAIFORDAREA. Id.all.r Family Nursery 3 2 BR frame wnn carport enFla.

several board members said. condition, large enough for BARGAIN CENTER. Hwy - ---- BR home, 8.7 ..".' with Power 5,000..

The school board is ex THREE BEDROOM Mobile 4. Can .be seen at Conerly 301 South.. 6/2 TF/chg commercial on Hot Houses. on 301)) owner -- ---
pected to discuss retaining the Deadline for Insertion Home Phone 9648816.' Itpd Estates. Phone 9648790.' 301. 20 Acrae-Dairy barn will hold mortgage. 8.7 acres-car, 10O-S at 100-
Tuesday noon preceding 6/23 --- A, reduced. to 113500.
seventh grade at outlying Itchg 6/23 - well A $30,000.
Zoned lor Trailers. 10
Thursday before publi-- 3 I bath block or -- ---
schools the --- BR construction
at regular meeting STROUT
June 20 at 7 p.m. cation. MOBILE HOMr HT country, YARDSALESaturday. 9 REALTY: INC I LR, Family 3 BR Furnished. House. on A, 15 lit percent*. down,choose 10 acres lacing SR 230 and
your Wilson Road 122.000.
furnished children welcome. ..... to 4:30. Baby items, 964-5196! Room in town. paved road $15,000.KEYSTONEAREA. -- .
Minimum charge$2.00 Phone 964- 114 or 473-4777. clothes, much more. Old - -- -- ---
Cost correcting a 1 Acre Hampton 0.....
land 5V.cre*facing two graded
4/7 ? acres pasture .
(Covers 15 Words) TF/chg Lake Butler Rd.follow sign*. -
drainage ditch problem off St. H reasonably. priced just' oil -- road 9000.
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Clair Street may run in excessof Each word over 15 SUMMER COTTAGES on Itchg SR 16, N.W. of town. Silver Sand Lakefront. 1.7 AereswiIhlO7'on 301. -- ---

$10.000 and could go as highus 10 cents Klngsley Lake by week... Food manufacturing. - 3Br Furnished. House Going Business. & nice Apt. 36.35 acre S58,500
SIL\EROUEEN CORN and business '17.000. Books. --
$20.000 if the project is A/C Call 533-2366 alter 6 Very nice large frame 28000. LAWTEY
All classified ads BIG BOY PEAS. Phone 782- available, business Is house on corner lot la town) 181' on S. 301 with oae
Street 5/26
continued on to Water p.m. TF/chg ----- Small 5 room frame hens*
be paid for in advance 3481. Itchg 6/23 profitable.Two 3 BR 2 baths C/HAA. 1 12x12 bldg., one halO
the Starke City Council was must -- ---------- Acre lotsHouses. or in 1.4 acres S12.000.
told its June 7 meeting. unless you have FOR RENT 40x60 block. ----- ---- --- ----- large garage. Mobil Homes Owaer bldg.one 30x40 bldg.and n .. __
at an established account building,12'celling. Ideal for NEW AND USED window house on I acre. - financing from $4,500. well. Talk. to me. 2 I BR frame home completely.
In most' business Stark. and doors, porch rocker. Property .has barn, abed. 15.20 acre tract high land ----- - furnished incl. new washer
Telegraph. any
Obviously surprised at the with The area. $250 per month. Phone low and high' .back.stained; 4 cro-tenced for animal. oai paved road Grahamarea. Waterfront Sworn and 100'xlOO' lot near School.. and dryer Si3,200.
projected cost of a project that event II extra 964-8606. TF/Chg and 5 If. Porch swings. ; One house I Ie rented Term. Ski on this. beautiful clearwater -- -- .: .

they had off-the-cuff charge; for billing. Not ladder-back dlnl.s'ch.lro; Entire properly I26.50O. - lake. 100' on 3 Bedroom. House CBCHA Commercial bldg. SI5.000.

estimated to be in the area of responsible for error PRIME BUSINESS SPACE slat-seat chairs stained. 1-3-6 acre homeelte 2 water. Only 3 lots left at ; Stove & Bel. Included; ----

$5.000. Council advised city when given over the located on Lawrence Blvd. BARGAIN CENTER Hwy Older home In repairable miles N.W. ol St....... 112,500 owner financing.MISCELLANEOUS Fenced Backyard. 29 acres 33500.
Is and Flamingo In Keystone 301 South. 6/2 TF/chg ----
Merrill McMillan to phone or when copy condition 9900. --- ----- --- --
surveyor pottypedand brought to Hts. Inquire at Standard Very nice. double wide, W. need lI.tilll.- Beautiful farm, 51.8 acres
concentrate on the worst office. Station or phone 473-4907. "screened porch added CR- acreage, with house on 301. Brick home with 2

segment of the ditch. from St. the T.F.9________ Six-room and house, newlypainted A, on one acre lot with West Madison: 3 BR. large ---- fireplace 3 BR 2 Bath.
Clair east and forget the paneled riseUrge 1.cr. plenty of trees.Commercial DR, carport, two porches, CaII9647700Vernie CH & A, barn, fenced
Waler to St. Clair section for OLIN'S SUBDIVISION .. room on -- -- asbestos siding, good P.Odom planted paature S195.4OO.
the time being. 1/2 acre lots, $30 per month, HELP WANTED S18.000. property In condition, corner I.t. Reg. Real Estate ----
and furnished.For --------- Need email A
water sewage town, over 15,000 square. 28900. Broker acreage
I HELP WANTED : Inlormttlon. phone Mark Experienced Nice 3 bedroom home on 10 feet. Excellent buy. ----- Even Inge 964.5476 bldg lot Lawtey area
The east.west ditch. noweroded
Olin Olio's Mobile Homo beautiful acre, all cross- customers
-- ----- waiting.
to a depth of 8-10 feet. Serv'tc.Highway 100 West" fenced.. The lawn la huge.. 3 BR 2 bath CB home with t Acre A 3BR CB House Pearl Andrews,Asaoc. -- ---
Well Driller off Brownie Road. .
with a width of 10 to 12 ft.. COUPLE FOR chicken. laiaj. Starko.. Cypress fence in front. large FR In town. Very. $24,400.Grttfls 964-7739 4BR.2 BathDouble Wide.
carries surface water from an Free trader ...I aalary. Phone 964-5606. 113TFChg 134000. nIce ----- Mobile Home, W/ChAA.
3 BR frame
area starting at the Seaboard Ph... 4851482. 6/lt 2tchg' Cable Rig --- - boo**on Beautiful Acre lot1 1.7 acre w/complete hookUp
railroad and flowing eastwardby 6/23 Two house on I lot .* thst Mobile home with large 14500. for 2nd M.H. $17,000ASSOCIATES

the city park on Church) St.. --- ---- ---- Or Rotary rental Income la available, addition on 1.8 acre off --- FAULKNER91A -- ---

running along the north 12x70) 2 Bedroom lovely setting. Close in, 301 South. Owner finan Restricted building. lot

boundary of the Calvin Johns IIELP WANTED Mobile :Home experiened Front & Rear Model Top Pay near 126.500.schools. Good area cing. near Country Club .Net E 7823397.Lillian Lola Ztpperer. 964-7154 or
- left -
property on, Water Street. Silver Olin's Mobile ._ I bath, CB home many Pearson ,
Mobile Home Call 3728031For --- 3 BR, financing. !
Phone 964-5606. 8-
1I0 1P. nice, REALTOR
McMillan was instructed to with FR, very -- ---
16 TK-chg pool. In town House A 3D Acre off Lawtey, Florida
contact property owners !in- Excellent Buy At Appt. STRUCT REALTY swimming SR 100 South just beyond- rot"I' 'L 782-306

\olved In connection with BrokerOn GEORGE ROBERTS JR. clt: ,. Fin stand of timber 126 S.Water St.! m
easements for the drainage B.U.A.R.C. 7.000 lOll '..t" I 1/4 Mile Reg. Real Estate Broker. $50,000. Storks. ,riorlda 1 .. ..

structure. as well as temporary needs an From Inleraection ol 301 Phone 964-7826 -- --- 964-5065 W....IfIIUi,
construction Executive Director OLIN'S and 100 !South' "WE HAVE OTHERS y .....................

easements while the project is OPEN Saturday A.M. ---- 2" thru 6"
tn Only four I S. In Special education or 4 Mobile Home SalesHwy EVENINGS 2 BR 18 frame hoaa* In
... buttnest I town. Separate 1BR apartment .
involved: y. experience --- ------- Fast Rotary
property owners are wording with II.'.,....Clt...... 100 West Stark : L.jit Ralph BryaoRealtor 964- rented .... Excellent
M.A. Payne. Harold Glasgow Mutt be avellsble' Immediately., At Carradine'sFor ".. condition.
and Mike Phillips along the Send) return before July Ik lot W4 ;' ;\ .' S." %i208rt Patray, Associate ----- Drilling Equipment

north side of the ditch World.and Retarded Sradtord.UiOfl Cltlisni.Allocution II... c.tar. Mobile Home our summer sale. we 'i.oa sa\.E Office Manager 473-2039 Duplex apartmoat .. 1/1 STATEUCENSEd
the Each unit ...850
of acre.
Woodmen have 267 .1 JUSTIN Wayne Douglas .pp'
name Paint center r o. Bo pairs s..sseIss.e
owners of the entire property lit]. ft.r... ".. lint Service Poles boots. and hundreds a! pair Associate 964-6593 Iq.- It.

along the south side. Work on of WRANGLER ....t.. ----- !
the is conligent upon 100 AMP 11I NAILS" i.'s OFFICE OPEN 7 DAYSA Large Rlverbeat Style .
the Come la and boot. I WEEK! ....., LR. DR. 4 BR,
owners donating HOOF TRIMMING & 12O* save on New & Used
property for the entire family. O'v.' lees$ eulI.b1e LIST WITH US {Bath*, den, sleeping

necessary easements. CORRECTIVE SHOEING 2OO AMP_ WE HUSTLE! perches areend heaae. Sales-Parts-Service

._08M: CARRADINE'SLEATHER COPPER WIRE 195295 lot with beautiful

Glasgow said that when he DEPENDABLE REASONABLE SHOP UMM. |'.M4 oak. poe.... shrub. E-Z Terms
"it Owner transferred. Price
moved to the area in 1940
was just an ordinary ditch Have Managed Quarter t Trtlned State FL:4tlTr., : .*>_ 1 mil South Lawtey ,121 PaL.Vt._ LONGCHAMPHome reduced. .
Champion aAppsloosa ------
that you could step across. .. U.S.301: and Building Plumbinq
Horaat. 4M1155a DELUE Paal H. F........
eroded Phone 7824400MOBILE
Over the years it has Materials Rtoltor se..esfl.e.s..fle
rt w w "M Mwe fit
until a giant oak tree on the For Appt c.n J.rry 431-1424 / */it-r> ...11. .... Cells. ,..... -WEBU1LD- - New Installation
House Cleaning
Phillips property is Horse's Feet & I.* '.*... 'IS'" 'YourPlana Or Oun Associates
undermined and they feel the Save That -- I,... L. FaulkaerSusaa
HOME SpecialAny Your Lot Or Ours 9644142 Remodeling

Single Story UTIUTYSHm FREE ESTIMATES M. ........

HELP WANTED PARK House U9." lilt ",.< .h Remodeling Repairs 914-SITS RepairsPUPP.

Two Story House ... .. .
.sss sees s 55 see 555
National. G..rd/Bradford County .has tie following. .p...... Registered! Real Inside. City Lla.lt 39.95 to 69.95 rialr4 C..... '"'" Additions
VI Program Estate Broker Walk 10 Bradford Square Homes Bought BRASINGTONCadfflae .
under. the CETA Title Or DowntownSSOPerMaath None Higher ..........
Mobile Home 19.95 SoldTradedACREAGE OUnnobile

M".".... CustedlaaM Fred Sackett This Is a pressure and PIUNBINI SUPPLIES Sale. A Service PUMPS& SUPPLY

1100.00 M..................* araaads. Reterv. aad move supplies. U.S.Broker 301 All city CeuToaUeee. chemical cleaning FOR Pint StUctio Of Used
.. ..... to FORMIC
painting ap.riSS Military Fire.Pelle ...to.lI... guaranteed remove Curt 7ti .n On
ZSZJZvtfS. 7v.w.r.rd.Hi!.! c.-.idh.;; Hampton,fl..idaPbOllf mildew, bugs Ita Ins. SALE
Must City G...Water andSewsr CodHtoe Trodtl Ave
week. .. .. a member ..1f.Iyr.e.vIU 964-6853 864 N. Temple
.... iMoleye.. tor 15 .. mar* : N..IU.. 2001 N.W.13 37N3Oi
AFDC b.1- .. 18.U'17.t 468-1753 etc.Call Collect 944-8961 OHM .... SouthStarke Stark
,10.101. Stati E.Ie.1 ottEt&rw.eLii Str..I.Stark. .: Jo-Lu Motel. after(p.m. let III B. ....... Highway GAINESVILLETFCIw

., FL. TF- hg M4.8810-rr.il' e/ie-r/7 ".*.... 964-7061

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it; SalesTotal$618,166 ,
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Continuing a slow first Jon C. Harrison and wife to Lucile E. Johns to Buford Co. subdivision 28, T 6S. R 22 :N ;':, Z 1.f.!...... "" r. .. '/''..
March land sales Habbaba and Marc and wife, lots 7,8 9 E. $1,000. 1. i- '
quarter, 1977 Saad McKinney r. -.' -- r
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totaled $618,166 in Bradford Habbard lot 1 block B, of block B. Dalewood sub- Gracie Monk Hutto to R.L. .-: .""", .. """it, -,=,$,- '_ ...1 -ii";:.:
Morgan, Sr, and wife :'. A-rM ,,, I "
County.In Seminole Ridge, Unit 4, division of a portion of SW Vt of .,. IT" '
14800. S 21, T 65, R 22 E, $4,000. beginning at middle least line .... .(% ,. .., :..""",'". A ,"Iii FIORI A, ..' m:4 "'":"
comparison with this Frank Porreca and wife to Inez A. Green to Marla of Lot 3 of block 29 Peeks I i ._' "i '{'", ,,,._ '."" "ATI.x(, "
sales and wife Susan Cunningham lot 12, 13 addition and lots, 5,6,7 of block e ,,
year, January were Wayne Reeves a m M + ,. ..
$890,351; and February part of E'4 of NWV< of S 14, T and 14, of Temples addition to 29 Peeks addition, $3,000. [ 'fiZ. .. t"''''' ..1 -:; ., 'i'
$560,999. March 1976 land 6S R 21 E, $27,000. the town of Starke in S 28, T Gene D. Adams to J.C. J- ,: : : ., f ,,' 0',"" .,_. 1
sales were $647,398. Frank and wife to 6S. R 22E. $100. Wynn and wife, a cancel in INMT"A".. ... J I "'- .: ..----
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to tract 2C of Mt. Pleasant fin 0" ;,,;: ;;: ... //.. II IIl
Prices of transactions are Willard L. Jordan and wife, a The Ott Corporation e "a '" ,'1'1 -- I I Io
figured from documentary tax parcel in NEV of NE!4 of Salvatore P. Varni and wife, Silver Lake, $37,000. / ..: t"fL:
stamps affixed to deeds filedin NEV4 of S 24, T 8S, R 22 E, lot 11 of block A of Seminole Jeff Baker and wife to Boyd ", ..', Ft;&,,,: : [; ; )': =-I."u. ." -1

the office of the county $6,500. Ridge, unit 41n S 12, T.:9S, R 22 Dean Baker and wife,a parcelof .:;.4 :-.fl\\' t ,rt! c;:": .;:J :
clerk. James H.Wilson and wife to E, $12,200. land lying in SEV4 of SWV4 H : '" -

March sales are: Charles R. Edwards and wife, Keystone Heights Cemetery of S 31",T 7S, R 22E, $100. TANKC .' .. 9 ,1 No. -. ....,::- .. ".,,--I
James Kirby Smith and wifeto a parcel in SEV4 of S 12 T 9S, R Association, Inc. to Edna M. LeRoy Addison and wife to .. ", ... "Co"r" .. ,- ;-z- .. "'!!i"-

Herbert J. Secrettl Jr. and 22 E, lot 7 of Seminole Ridge, Clark, and Lois C. Meyers, L.G. Dail and wife, lot 10 Pine I"-.3-a."!L t I. 'I '- '::.... i ...... C .ou .."' ;
.w41e' lot 18, block 4 Saratoga unit 2, $46,500. north Heights $20,000.Charles V.L. Starling and wife to S l/, of lot 27 Keystone Heights of SWV4 of S 3, T 7S, R 22E, l = / ..'H .:-. :

Wilburn Tatum and Harold R. HiUKinbotham( and Cemetery first addition, $200. $100. :__ .. ,C ;< = :Jt :" l
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Oliver E. Pearson and wifeto __ '
wife to T.W. Tatum, Jr., northof and Mary Lee Crawford, a Keystone Heights Cemetery ." ... ,.:. R ..- -1r. ..
graded road of the N 900 portion of NH of NWV4 of NE Association, Inc. to Vera D. Franklin D. Camp and wifei ..'............... ;;. .... I ,, .1- -
feet of'that Dart of SwH4 of V< of S 23, T5S, R 22E$11,000.Ethel Lambing SV4 of lot 28, 1 acre ,in SEft of : :' :" -f-r'o':?' ',.. -' '' wr;K .h .
SW 44 that lies W of old SR13 in Casey to uesta Dyal, Keystone Heights Cemeteryfirst NV4< and the NE V 4 oCA1Kri4 -\.JJ'' ?';v ; ; -1 ::': en
S26 and that part N of graded Judith R. Berard, Delbert addition, $200. in S 23..T5S, R 22E, $100. o .'v- ." '
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road of the EH of SEU of Casey, Beryl Casey and JohnP. Frank Porreca and wife to Mack Leonard and wife to .' L ) Leo ..:," -:Dt? : ...... iJ.I, .i/tA L.., ,'

SE',4' Section 27, all in Town Casey,4 acres more or less, Eugene B. Taylor, and wife, a Julius Edward Harden, a II : .. -" \... .I -- .j
ship SS, Range 22 E, one acre N 487feet of south 975 feet of part of NE'/4 of NWV of S 14, parcel in S 18, T 6S, R 22 E, h p ;( .: : .. '" 1.J : ..

more or less $700. the NEU of SVV4 that liesE of T6S, R 21 E, $100. $100.E.L. \'... .., '" ."x'.0" -- '" :;r:. .. L.:
Dan Hankerson to Benjamin SR-200 in S 3, T6S, R 22 E, $100. Charles Jackson and wife to Kelly to James B. .. _:... ._".", -,: '- >< ' Hankerson and wife, E".i of R.O. Simmons and wife to Jesse Dean and wife, lot 7 of Christmas, Jr. and wife, ) _, ., ".' ,.,. "',,'''_ "", .:: I
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NW'4 of SEN in S 18, T 6S, R Sea Vic Fuel and Fire Service block 17 of N Reno and 5 feet of parcel in block A of Mt. _' w'V'.. =- 1 = "., : r.

22 E. $9.100. lot 8, 9 in block 11 Temples lot 6 of block 17 of N Reno, Pleasant on Silver Lake in S .... ,>. .. I'.J I'rRJ ";: ... '
Addition, $8,500. $800. 13, T 8S, R 22E, $9,500. 4' '-rt... t--1-! .. ; ; : :; ;i7 '1" -" I > I
Hazel Dyer Cressler to Douglas E. Briggs and wifeto '"'Jr' \ P- ,""' ,'" ,.71'c, ; t Sampcln It 1 .,'}; ..

George N. Trull and wife, George A. Simmons, a ,:1"/ il; .. J' ';::';' 1': f? ... -.;';.' ,
l* Good Cars Great Buys *1 o; parcel in S 28, T6S, R 22E in parcel in S 9, T6S, R 22E, and J, ,1t"J, ( ... __ ,=. ;(! y r ;:;.;;,
block that portion of E'i of NW'/4 of m .. : : T- ; ;
( 1 original town of ,, ...: ;'" 1-:.' c ,. :, '"1 /c.\ 1.j.---: 1 ,
m f D( OO0' AUTO Starke 14000. NE V4 of NEV'4 of NEV of SR 16 1"1 'f'" "L1h' << .... .... 1 ) ;
north of Water Oak ,
Leroy Burton and wife to lying "' .. Bennie Terrell, commence 210 Canal in T 6S, R 22E, $2,500. ,"' .( '"" fL ,t .yiFJif., .. ,," .. ) I
feet W of NE corner of SEtt of Lossie W. Daugherty to ';: : : '. .
: ate: B L! t1ffi SALES SEV'4 for a point of beginning, Wayne Moore and wife, 2 "'- :! ,:! if1 : ". 'L"' !:.: ._ ..'_ (: .. '' .

L continue W 210 feet, S 210 feet, acres in NWV4 of NW'/4 of Sll, L V ; _, /:- ....u=.. .-". 1 r,. -." "t l.: .
E 210 feet N 210 feet in S 9, T T 7S R 21 E, $1,500. 'w__ r. I -v = ,,- i -f:' 1
C 1972 CHEYELLE 1971 CNEY.M ._ '" '" '" M.I'-{ ... .
6S, R 22E, $100. John L. Hagan to L.F. ''I: -' I. n. r I
9c A/T Ps 6 Air Ramon A. Waldrop to Dinkins and wife, lot 6, 7, 8 : "7- "' ,. <-:,: .f. I .
2 Door, AIT block 1 of the original town of : 'A ''''-''; 1
White lot ;
Dorothy B. 21 of if ""- __,M.I. } It": ':' ..
Seminole Ridge, unit 6, Starke, $100.DEPO e ;"- "" '-. ; !. I. -, ti'
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Investments, Inc. to P .' ;
$600 $550 $27,400. ..1 '< "" ,:F""I _;-- "'
3n 'Earl Boone and wife to Charles Wayne Manning and .:. ,'_'''_' .-
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Loren Boone and wife a por- wife, a part of lots I 1,3 town of I : J _, ". I il
1973 tion of EH of NEV4 of S 14, T Lawtey, 8000. L a.; Y:! j-.i-: ..} _1 .. o

c DATSUN 1912 DODGE : 6S, R 22 E, 5 acres more or F. Brooks Herman to F. = "I S _;;; ,_,,.., --. ..,.
g PICKUP less, $100.Mary Brooks Herman and W. Wade o J.l: )." ,.-
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Ella Coleman to Baty, d-b-a McMeekin Land ,."" "-..
Edmon Edams and wife, lots Developers, Inc. Sao of SEV4 of .- 11 ,,oY
$1595 $1200 3, 4 of block 13 of Livingston S 28, T 55, R 21 E. less northerly "' ___ 0 ." _,.. .,,..-". --'.-r1'..: ;,:I'.!
495 feet and northerly .g; 0 i.J "''''f
Truby and Co. Subdivision in '
15 of NEV4 of NE'4 in S ___ ..' : -n
1 S28 T 6S, R 22 E, $100. acres __ : .-
: Ic Olen L. Bendenbaugh and 33, T 5S, R 21 E, $30,000. ,.:".,--=-" ""'" ,. ,),,." .. '. .. : 'c5, ::;'
1976 :
CHEY. 1977 OlDS OMEGA :; =
: wife to William C. Rhoden, N William C. Phillips to ,,$'=. 0--. '- "
U Loaded Extra Sharp, rt 50 feet of that portion of sub- William C. Phillips and wife, ==- "" ,,.-.;: ";." 11 -.. ..

'E Under 4,000 Miles division of SW V4 of SWV4 lyingW lot 32 Whispering Pines,unit 2, ...."=,.. ..:'::__:,=.-_-. _.A"iiI'. r.. :

of hard road in S20, T 7S, R $100.Woodrow .-:=___-_.-wYYY.wwwMYa 't' "",.. L
$4350 22 E, $1,200.Leonard Griffis and wife to __ 4 .' ':
$4995 ==-_-."" .
F. Smith and wife Woodrow Griffis, Jr. and wife, ., f-ww ( -." .
William C. Smith and wife and a parcel of SV4 of N twothirdsOf :; I
of of S T6S R '=
Thomas L. Smith and LeonardF. N V4 SW'/4 10, _::

Smith to Judy Griffis, a 22E, $100.James = =;=_ __..,......==-...'. -- '
: This Week o portion of NE V* of S 33, T 6S, D. Bradley and wifeto -=,--..-...,..--..=- ".
R 22E. $25,500.'Hobert James T. Wood and wife a w
L. Brown, Jr. and portion of NEV'4 of NE of Map of Bradford County showing the townships, ranges and Bradford County land atlas and plat books are available

a Specials wife to J.R. Bullington and NE"/4 of S 27, T 55, R 22E, section lines. from the county zoning office In the courthouse for $5. The 1977

l wife, lot 52 Parkwood, $27,000. $28,500. book also has an Index of county owners. .

m '7 Vernie E.Thornton and wife Eddie D. Allen and wife to SWVi of S 31, T 7S, R 22 E, acres in S 18, T 6S, R 22E, William G. Kirby and wife. Tobie O'Neal, a parcel in SE4>
toThorntonA. Sayre and wife, E. David Allen a parcel in $1,500. to James G. Younts and wife of S 1.T 85, R 21E, lot 28, 30 on "
: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS g' a parcel 0.26 acres In SEI(4 of S SWV of S 31, T7S R 22E, $100. $100.Eddie D. Allen and wife to Thomas S. Williams and a parcel in S 4, T 6S, R 22E, Cypress Ave, $8,000. ,
24. T 6S, R 21E, $1,133. Eddie D. Allen and wife to Cordelia Ann Norman, a wife to Allen Johns and wife, $21,500. Tobie O'Neal to Leslie N.
L Mary Ella Coleman and Joseph M. Allen, a parcel in parcel SW V4 of S 31, T 7S, R all of block 1, SR 4E and all of Ramon A. Waldrop'and wifeto Boone and wife, lot 28,30 on
l 413-4410 & 413-4078 : Willie Washington to Mrs. SW '/4 of S 31, T S, R 22E $100. 22E. $100. block 1, SR 5E in Simon J. Larry G. Manning and wife, Cypress Ave, Crystal Lake
Emma Williams, lot 2 of block Eddie D. Allen and wife to Catherine G. Barrett to Temple subdivision in SE '.. one acre in NWV4 of NWU of S Homesites, $7,000.

Good care Great Buy. 15 in Livingstone Truby and Geraldina Baker a parcel in Keystone Heights Cemetery of NWW S 22, T6S. R 22E, 6, T 6S, R22 E. $25,000. Enoch Strong to Annie Ruth

Association, S'z of Lot 123, $13,500. Keystone Heights Cemetery Buckhanon and Shirley Mae
Keystone Heights Cemetery Shellie H. Gerle to CarolynH. Association to Barbara C. Peeples, NE'. of NE'. of

\tardccr\ first addition, $100. Redgrave lot 1 and Owens, NI of lot 48, Keystone NWI4 in S 36, T5S, S 22E
Harry Young to Harry southerly 25 feet of lot 2B, 3 Heights Cemetery first addition
Young and wife, a parcel of Temples Addition in NW'4 of $100.Michael $100.Hazel Crosby Carleton to
SWV4 of NWV4 of S 21, T 6S, R NEt Of S 28, T6S, R 22 E, S. Redfearn and Hugh E. Crosby, 1 acre in NW
22E, $100.Lulu 3100. wife to Charles D. McCullough corner of NW '4 of SWI,. of S
W, Sparks to Johnnie : : Neil Phillips to and wife, lot 30 of Smoke Rise 16. T 7S, R 20 E, $100.
D. Sumner and wife, all of lots Virgil M. and Tressie Jordan, subdivision, $31,000. Frank Porreca and wife to
e 5.6,7,8 of block 4 Alvarez a portion of NE',4 of NWV4 of S OH Corporation to Ralph H. Wayne Reeves and wife, a
Addition to the city of Starke, 26 TITS R 22E, $8,333. Aligood and Benney J. part of NE'4 of NW' of S 14.T6S. ,
2500. Ronald E. Newman Sr. and Aligood, lot 14 of Seminole R 21E. 9000.
Bertie M. Blair to Roy B. wife to Drew L. Hopkins and Ridge, unit 7, $9,500.
Braddock and wife and wife, a parcel in S 27, T 6S, R Frank Porreca and wife to Food StampOfficeClosed
Dwight Braddock and wife 21 E and lots 4, 5 Sampson James H. Addison and wife, a .
and R.A. Travis and wife lot Lake Shores, $8,100. parcel in S 14, T 6S, R'21 E, .
31 of New Hampton Beach, Elizabeth Crews to Ray $5,000. July 4
$30,000. Crews and wife, 0.45 acres in James H. Addison and wifeto
Angelo Giardina and wife to SEI'44 of NE',4 of S 16, T6S R22E Wayne Reeves,a parcel in S Food Stamp offices in
Mark Lee J. Harris and wife, $100. 14,* T 6S, R 21E, $8,000. Starke and Lake Butler will be
BUY ONE CHARBROILED DELIGHT 21 acres in S 3, T 6S, R 22E, F. Groff II and wife toKennet Ott Corporation to Robert C. closed Monday, July 4, for the
$30,000. D. Cooper and wife, Blair and wife, lot 43 of holiday.Representatives.
ONE FREE. Margaret McBride Hunter lot 7BC, Seminole Ridge unit Seminole Ridge $4,200. of the
GET to David M. McMillian, l'/i' 4, $10,500. Gene F. Tracy and wife to Social Economic Serv ices said

the office will in Lake
Bring the tickets below to any participating our famous Big TWin,and our superstar.Hardee's Butler at the Agriculture
and be treated to three of the Big Deluxe. Now buy any of our charbroiledthe
Building Tuesday, July 5, 8
second free. Get two
headliners in the Hardee's Variety Show. delights and get a one
of at the Hardee's Variety Show! a.m. to 5 p.m.The Lake Butler
There s our all-time favorite Cheeseburger, for the pnce one
Food Stamp office Is open

Pool Owners : Join the new Tuesday each week.and Thursday of

BUYONEY The Starke office, 102 E.,
wave of convenience! Call St. will be open for

BIG DELUXE; selling, Wednesday, July 6, 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. The Starke

office Is open Monday,

i J GET. ONE Install the E-Z Clor o Wednesday and Friday

J FREE. Automatic Pool FHP Predicts 25 I

I Bring'Init ticket to any participating' ChlorinationSystem Traffic Deaths
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;, traffic fatality prediction for
BIG TWIN more measuring chemicals. rmlNo 1w this year's Fourth of July
; No more tedious hand-feedmg.
1 weekend is 25 persons with the
E-Z Clor mea
Let the System ,( I
holiday period beginning at
ONE'I and deliver an even flow I
GET sure lUPER-eo-
6:00: p.m., Friday, July 1. and
i Of stabilized chlorine! to your Q.oft Me
..automatically'The ,:::'::.-.=- ending at midnight, Monday,
I pool. I- July 4, said the Florida High-
1 1 FREE. E-Z Clor Automatic Chlorinator way Patrol.
I r T. iy installs quickly Into your are effective long-lasting tab- Colonel Eldrige Beach,
./. I Bring tt> and lickat:on any*Iraa participatingHardaas B g Twin: pool filtering system. Rugged. leted chlorine shielded against Patrol director said "The :
V i (2 cnarbroilad bell paniaa wiln l nucelwn all-weather plastic no electrical the.sun's"rays. One. Clor Pac coming Fourth of July holidaywill
tt I *.and
On. Coupon P.r Customer Plsne Expire June 29, 1977 4 of your pool. pool size temperature and bather load.mT most of us; however, for the I
families of those killed in I

BUY ONE ," traffic crashes, it will be a '
E-Z CLOR Memorial Day. I

CHEESEBURGER I -i; I Patrol records show that I
last year, 26 persons lost their ,
t (OR HAMBURGER), lives on the state's streets and '

j ., K\ highways during the 78-hour I
GET ONE E-Z .CLOR Fourth of July holiday period. I
,I Beach urged every driver to I
FREE. I:.Z CLOR SUPER-901 CLOR PACS start his trip with the deter- j

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MvdM Sandpr_namb er'eww and his family In highway
9 CnNNw hN tun ant
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