Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 30, 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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I ,. Old-Fashioned 4th Set For ,Nation's 201st Birthday *&& "I

American The greased pig contest. Lawtey, Brooker Theressa kind and pies. Apvnne ''t
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Church and trucks from all departmentsin Flag on each p.m.
said Calvary Baptist
An old-fashioned softball start the holiday, coordinator the county will vehicle or float. Anyone else sponsored by American and Bradford County fire Interested can call 964-5(.\1 for :
and Green. the choir from the Bethlehem participate !
game between city county Harry that would like to participateor Legion Post 56 will start at 5 departments.The more information. .
officials with a new fangled 16- Roman Alvarez will be the Free Will Baptist Church and along with the Strawberry .
inch ball Is one of the events officiating pastor and Don soloists from the church. Swingers Boy Scouts, needs a spot in the lineup .p.m.. baking contest being Dinner will be served
should contact Green 964- Horseshoe pitching between 5 p.m. and 7:30: p.m.
Shrlners, 4 H, Jaycees, the at com-
planned for Bradford County'ssalute Denton is helping to coordinate supervised by Mrs. Lola
to the nation on its 201st "the community tent The 9:30: p.m. preacher will Bassmasters, the Forestry 8011. Green also said Bradford petition will begin at 4 p.n. Johnson Is open to the general and will consist beef with of bar-b-cue all the
birthday this Monday, July 4. meeting." be Rev.Jasper Williams of the Service, National Guard units Roping Club members should Monday. Finals of the horse- public and will have two dlvi-' trimmings ,
and will cost
Bethlehem Free Will Baptist both locally and from Camp meet at 2 p.m. for the parade. show pitching are set for 7 along, adult and youth. Green said advance ticket$1.50.
Blanding complete with a
The Independence Day Church. Other singing groups p.m.The
Green said gospel singing Trophies for the best com Softball game Entries will be received can be bought today'Thur..sday (
celebration will get under are expected to round out the pitting '.1 i
way June and at
Sunday, July 3; at 6:30: p.m. will begin at Bradford evening and anyone interested mercial, best church, best city and county ,officials from 2-4 p.m.' on the Fourth in the Chamber, 30)of Commerce.Friday !I
M emorialStadium at 6-30: school and the best youth against each other Is set for 'the Civil Defense at
old-time should contact either Don Building f'
with ,
an camp Hot dogs and will : !
meeting with gospel singing p.m. Sunday night with the Denton or Roman ,Alvarez. \ group float will be awarded 5:30: p.m. City officials and the fairgrounds. Judging will also be available.hamburgers The of *
and preaching at the Bradford Frampton Family, singers *ill Green said. The parade will\ employees have challenged begin at 4 p.m. Entries will be price
the dinners is
set to
High football stadium from Evergreen Baptist Green said lawn chairs can : stop at the courthouse for flag county officials and county judged on appearance, tex costs and will not be used defray to

Director Harry Green said the Church The" from"SomethingGood the First. be brought for closer seating '* raising American sponsored by the employees festivities.as part of, the ture,and taste. All entries will .raise money, said Green. ;f,
camp meeting Is shaping up Singers, Refreshments will be avail- Legion holiday be donated for the celebration Speech making and awards '
Methodist Church and the *
as the biggest event of the two- Church Choir. able, but there will not be any Entertainment planned Is a and should be on cardboard, will cap the celebration In the 11;
day ce.ebration.. First, Baptist solicitation on the part of any :*: The parade will continue to square dance demonstrationat paper plates or on non-re ,early 'evening Colonel I
-tc turnable items.
group, said Green. the fairgrounds where the 6:30: p.m. by the Strawberry Howard Dunn of Keystone II
A parade'Monday afternoonat The first speaker will be tank.Also Green said a trophy first event at 3:30 p.m. will be Swingers and a horse show by Ribbons will be presented to Heights former Vietnam It
2:30: will kick off July 4 Rev,George Harper,pastor of will be awarded for the best the battle of the barrels the Bradford Roping Club.A the first three places of each prisoner of war, will be the .I.
activities. the First United Methodist JULY4EVENTSJuly decorated bicycle" in the between all the county fire' lot in both the adult and youth main spekaer. :!
Church at 7:30: p.m. The 8:30: departments. A trophy will be baking contest will servea divisions. Lots will bet Instead of fireworks this
pm. preacher will be Rev. 4 festivities will begin parade. awarded to the winning team.A double purpose. Ribbons will speciality breads banana year, Col, Harry Hatcher has
July EVENTSThe Ben Bryant, pastor of the with a parade starting at 2:30: be awarded for the best en- orange, dat -nut, etc; plain ,coordinated "something
First Baptist Church Other p.m. fron the north side of the Green said everyone in the watermelon eating tries.Then the entries will be cakes layer cakes, specialty, spectacular" that will even bea I II
old time camp meeting gospel singing'will be pro high school on Washington parade should meet at 2 p.m. contest, sponsored by the served as dessert along with a cakes, prune, oatmeal, etc.; surprise for everyone I including
Sunday. July :1 .U nlanned to vided by the Ladies Group of Street, said Green. Fire to line up, and try to have an .Starke Jaycees,will begin at 4 dinner prepared by the iced cakes, cupcakes six of himself said Green. J .

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99th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 15 Cents
9th Issue Thursday June 30, 1977 Copy


,II i .l 'r a t P r.;, 1977 Session'Was


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d "Strangest of the 12 regularand "no new taxes" stand and Williams is trying' to
special sessions I've stuck to his guns throughoutthe catch up on his office
attended," says Dist. 25 Rep. session.' The District 25 business this week, his First at
4 A Frank Williams, D-Starke, of legislator also campaigned on home. After the July 4 holiday
i )1 s the 1977 Florida Legislaturewhich a promise to take laws off the the local legislator plans a few
adjourned Friday af- books;' therefore Williams days' vacation to become re- i>
ternoon after passing a $129.7 introduced only six bills (none acquainted with his family.,
t A ? dzf million tax package of which affecting Bradford County), 'Williams blames a lack of

f 'b>fs Williams disapproves. :* *,6 fewest' of any'. state, _.leadership '.inthe, Florida I.
Williams says her voted coo 'u,gisla or. House of Representatives for ."

slstently against the new the strange House ,session. ..
"I would have been pleasedif
taxes which go into effect at House Speaker Don Tucker
midnight tonight (Thursday, ,we had lived within the ,
his to .
was on way Washington,
Williams said
June 30). budget
D.C. and nobody knew wbo
Williams campaigned on a Tuesday from his Starke
was boss, Williams says. Then
the urban coalition came into

the worst he has ever power and caused much in-
..Thestunted and shriveled ears are
.Brookt'r farmer Clyde Cone stands among part of his 24-1 acres ternal political fighting that
had laid Cone. Farming In the same spot for over 50 years. Roll
offield corn that isa75to60percent loss. Cone laid| ,, he and his, son, John( will| plant| corn again| next year 1977 Tax took business.attention Tucker's from the appoint-state's

ment to the federal Civil Aero-
nautics Board was announcedlast

DROUGHTBrooker Up $6 MilionQver The week.only bill he knows of the

House has to pass is the appropriations -
bill, Williams
says. "1 don't see why we
Farmer Having Worst Year Since 1928"It couldn't have done that in
76 LevelBradford regular session. The lack of
leadership and people .
stumbling over each other is :
has been the worst year lief through the federal Agri- damage to pastureland corn I ": County's pre- George Roberts. County the only reason," Rep. I
I've ever had," long time culture Stabilization and soybeans and peanuts. A- liminary 1977 tax roll totals school taxes can be levied on Williams stated Tuesday. "'
Brooker farmer Clyde Cone Conservation Service. gronomists estimates 80 per rr"m1: J approximately $137 million, $136 million, slightly less than During the session the
said Tuesday as he led a Telegraph ASCS assistant program cent of Florida's corn crop has yrt up $6 million over 1976 which the county. House didn't know who the I
through rows Freda Griffis said been wiped,out by the drought. I
reporter director could mean a slight revenue School boards cannot levy new speaker would be, I
of field corn shriveled by so far there are four applica- County agent Bobby Taylor increase for local govern- taxes on senior homestead Williams said. 1977.78 House \
drought. tions on file covering 359 acres estimates a couple of ments, some$66,000 at current exemption, but the countycan speaker is Rep. John Ryals ofUfllM '
Cone is only one of severalarea in Bradford County. There is a !
thousand of acres of overall millage rates. under state law. The 1976 !
farmers who have applied possibility of more farmers field crops were affected by millage levy of 6.33 will net the "'
for drought disaster ret applying as they determine the drought not includingcover There has been no general school board about $36,000
what can be salvaged from crops which would run t re-evaluation of county more in tax revenue, bringingthe
shriveled up corn fields. the acreage up considerably. property in 1977 says amount of property tax the
Under the feed grain '! Property Appraiser Jimmy school ,board collects up to
i disaster program, farmerscan Tar.lorsaid heat and dry Alvarez. Increase in property about $850.000. Work on the
conditions around the first of values comes mainly from school will
plow up their corn after an new budget begin o
appraisal is made by the ASCS April affected strawberriesand new construction Alvarez begin July 12 with a public sw I I'f
they experienced a 25.50 said.Notices Information session
and receive payments aver-
in of value will be
aging about 57 cents a bushel percent cut production. mailed The City of Starke has tax-.
Friday on some 1,700
based on average yields Pastures did not respond the parcels of land on which the able property totaling ::1
established in 1964. The pay- way they should have this value has been changed Reci- $37,591,984. At the same 1976 .
I ments would apply only to the year and most farmers pients of notices! of value have millage of 3.441 the city ..
feed grain base, or allotment, missed to two of council will receive about
one cuttings 17 days, until July 22, to file a
set for Individual farms at hay Taylor said. petition to meet with the $4,000 additional revenue over Uq'I.......- IJ
that time, regardless of the Parrish who also Board of the 1976 level of $125,<488. 113.. Mill... U,.. "III'". :
Wayne Adjustment.No
I I Thursday,Jun 10 current acreage planted. planted 43 acres of water. notices of value will be The small towns, Brooker, ..p.rl.. ...*- r .'

I Wayne Parrish, another melons in addition to the corn mailed to property owners if Hampton, and Lawtey each Art.y CI."*.*hw.r.
I Bradford County Brooker farmer, with 40 acres crop said he only made 20 did t the value did not change from may receive a few dollars Hillsborough County. Rep.
School Board of McNair 508 field corn feels cent of his melon crop and 1& + 1976 more under slightly increasedassessment Hyatt Brown of Daytona i
Special. Meeting. he won't be able to get any- not realize a profit. He placeda The Board of Adjustmentwill Beach was elected speaker for .
7p.m.Friday thing from his crop. Parrish figure of$100 an acre loss on meet July 26 this year. Breaker's taxable property 7879. t
I said he is going to notify the his corn. The taciturn Parrish Members are yet to be named, totals $1,132,925 which at the Williams said that duringthe .
I July 1 ASCS office and then after the said he would plant corn again but the adjustment board is 1976 millage rate of 3.072 will special session when .1

Miss appraiser comes out to look at next year even though it takes ZAiT composed of three county bring inn $4,214. up. $1,100 over legislators were wrestling \
Crowning Th.rsssaFlame his fields he can make a more and more each year for commissioners and two school 1976. with the tax package "not the '
; If 77, t p.m. decision. Mrs. Griffis said the equipment costs and ferti- board members. Taxable property in first time did we have any of :
t Th.r.... Community appraiser from the state office lizer. Middle school eighth) Hampton is set at $1,288,527 the bills in front of us that we .
,, 1 Center will help the farmer deter grader,Guy Wayne 12 said he There is some$160 million in for 1977, up very slightly. The were voting on." Even though I
: Frt 'let Cream So6:30p.m.: mine whether to plow it up or plans to follow in his fathers non-taxable property in the same three mills will net the Williams was voting "no" be- .".
I Gospel' SingingIndependence take what you can to harvest footsteps.". county bringing the total tax town government $3,865. up $7 cause of his stand against new
I and keep a record of the yield. roll to $297,000. 'Personal over 1976.Lawtey. .taxes the Starke legislator '
The drought the
I Day Both natives of Bradford following exemptions comprise the has taxable said he would not have voted '
I Celebration July 3,4 f County,Cone and Parrish will winter been freeze Parrish "said. largest portion of the $160 property of $2,624,841. The for a bill he favored under .
I turn their cows Into what corn "has pretty rough million in non-taxable sametbree mills levied In 1976 those circumstances.: i .

II See Story there is if the price is too highto Clyde Cone said he was not property which>, lso includesall will net the town f7.l7tln 1977, The Senate refused to"buy ,
I salvage the corn for feed. hurt too much by the freeze, public bindings' ,and _" up about $200.Figures the House voted one-penny 'I
: Tu.sdayJuly S Cone said he is waiting for the but had counted on the corn churches. in the preliminarytax sales tax increase and proved I.
ASCS appraiser to come out for feed and if he is not able to Wayne Parrish and lon Guy Wayne, compare the growth ate The county'commiulon rolls may vary, up or far more ,conservative than I
I .Stark. City Council and look at the crop and they get enough from his fields he stalk of field corn to the stunted corn on their 40 acre. Affected stands to receive an Increasein down as errors are found or the House in adding to state I !i
I 7p.m. would "figure the best way to will have to buy feed. Cone by the lack of rain Parrish laid his con crop will be almost a revenue of some $30,000 at as adjustments are made in spending. j I
Uwtty Council go.. said he had three varieties of total lost.The Brooker farmer said he only' made 29 percent of the 1976 millage. rate of 4.766 assessments by the Board of Williams said he agreed
j )0p.m.. corn planted this two his watermelon crop also. mills. That will not cover the Adjustment. with the Senate and never did
, year
Ralford Council Bradford County has not Coker 18 Pioneer and county's 1976 deficit of some Mlllages which will be buy the sales tax Increase because '
early, ,
I 7:10: p.m. ,been named as one of the 30 later Coker 64., a place ,when he was seven would have to take a total loss $$200.000 which Vas met this certified to taxing authorities it would have brought In
drought-stricken Florida years old and has farmed that on that amount. budget year by dialn Into by the office of the property too much money almost $400
I 'counties that would be eligiblefor Cone who farms with his land by himself since 1928 and "H seems like the rains reserves. Commissioners said appraiser are slightly higher million, -
"Pt C-eI:: low-interest disaster 1 fans son John, plus a hired mansaid this time was the worst year don't come like they used last year they had reserve to than 1976 millage levies be- "Frankly, I was opposed to .1''
) m IlTe (OJommunttgfctatr if federal officials approve he planted five acres of he had ever had in farming. too."Cone said. he said he felt balance the budget but predicted cause,; the Department of It because I am opposed to
,' GOY Reubln Askew's request creme peas which were also Cone estimated a 75 to 80 the winters were getting l a to Increase for 1977. Revenue form used requiresthat another half million dollars
'I VanhACCMMI that certain counties be de- caught by the dry weather. percent loss on the 244 acres of colder and the summers mUlages be figured on 98 worth of government! says !il
clared a disaster. Cone said he was planning on field corn he planted with the hotter and with the price of The'county will hold its percent of the actual assessments Rep. Williams. I i
"' _'_". ... planting more acres of peas only portion making anything equipment, plus double fertilizer Initial 1177 budget session the to allow for errors. The state budget- was Increased .
T........ Officials estimate the total for the fall. on a section of low land that he and spraying for weeds, afternoon July 11,&meet Millage actually will be leviedon $118.2 million In the '
8, pwlra....,.,_..c_ drought damage at $133 Bom at Crosby Lake Cone has. Cone said hS had planted it was getting. harder, to raise a the regular monthly taxpayers on 100 percent of I'
million ,with extensive said he moved to.his present over his corn allotment and crop. according to- Chairman the taxable .value, however. \ t 9)p.
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i... Mrs. L.D.Vining has had as Mrs.Lex Green, Mrs. Curtis Mrs. C.M. Patrick and { l/Y1te WJ

7 Visitors, Mrs. J.C. Vining 01J Sanders, Mrs. L.H. Jenningsand daughter, Cindy, of West
Palatka and Miss Elise Wood Mrs. Clyde Terwlllegar Florida are spending Mondayto society tr Jitor, 964-7608
J of Douglasville,Ga.on Friday attended the bridge, luncheonand Friday with Mrs. Patrick's .. .
> and Mrs. Charlie Wiggins of fashion show at the mother, Mrs. Gladys Weldon -- --- --- -- -
Stockton. Ga. on Saturday. Woman's Club In Jacksonville
on Wednesday.Mr. Mr. And Mrs. Love Honored
t.Mr.. and Mrs. Philip Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Gaines

i"Vellen a and daughter, Joy, and Mrs. X.M. Smith took their son Richard, and Sunday At Reception!
Z' Orlando returned Scott Roberts to Tuscaloosa,
; were in Tuesday and daughter Terri,
through Saturday where Mr. Wednesday of last week froma Ala June 18 where the boys
Rev, and Mrs. James Love, The refreshment table
attended school at was
Vellenga! attended the School weeks vacation in Boone,
who recently married, covered with white
Administrator conference. N.C. the University of Alabama fora were a eyelet
week.While the boys were at were honored at a reception embroidered cloth and cen-
the school Mr. and Mrs. Sunday afternoon in the First tered with an arrangement of
Local admittances to Brad- Sen. and Mrs. Charley
Gaines vacationed in Mobile Christian Church Fellowship white daisies pink gladioli
ford this Johns the three
County Hospital spent past
Hall given by the Ladies and breath. Silver
and Montgomery, Ala. and baby's
week include: Mrs. Belinda weeks at Glenville, N.C.
picked them June 25. Council. trays held party snacks.
Bell Mrs. Honor Sweat, Mrs. up I
Mrs. Gerald Griffis Mrs.
Penney Roberts, Mrs. Jennie Mrs. T.H. Slade is visitingher rti ',
Fred Dobbins and Miss Diane Il',
; Ferda, Miss Julia Waters, son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Spenglerand 4
Debbie, Mrs. Warren Carver and Gaskins poured punch: from a
Whelcheland daughter spent
Frank Strickland Arthur Mr. and Mrs. John
and Saturday at Mrs. S.W. Hamilton greetedthe crystal punch bowl at a table r
Lockwood and Samuel Bryant family, in Sanford from
guests at the door and covered with white linen
of Starke Mrs. Lois Taylor of Sunday to Thursday. Daytona Beach were Mrs. pre- a
I Spengler, Arthur Gaskins and sented them to the receiving cloth. Rose buds encircled the
Lawtey; Mrs. Emma Roberts -
line of the
composed honored bowl.
Parmenter attendedthe c '
of Melrose; Mrs. Eugenia Among those attending the
couple and Mrs. Love'sparents in
Post Legislative Assisting serving were
; Mackey of Raiford; Willie George Ward Joan Goree
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mrs. Edwin Williams
School Board meeting. Mrs.
Southerland and Larry wedding at the Arlington !Nies of Ormond Beach. Lola Mrs. John h
Barnes of Lake Butler and in Zipperer, 1
; Methodist Church Jacksonville *
Mrs. Steve
Wright kept the and Mrs. Delbert
Etta ) of Graham. Shanbarger
Mrs. afternoonwere
Dyal Saturday
guest book. Mrs. Fred Brown .
-- ---- ------ Thressa Jones Casey.Approximately
and Peek
: Mr. Mrs. S.L. ,
and Mrs.John Arthur Reddish
------------ SALE AT LEILA'S 50 guests
J Jr. and daughter, Katherine,
SALE AT LEILA'S Bathing Sultl A Andrew Williams invited the guests to the refreshment called between the hours of 3
Mrs. Lamar Shaw and son,
Bcthlnc Salt A Short ReducedBIRTHS table. and S p.m.
and Mrs. T.H.
Marty, Mr.
Short Reduced 1/3 at Leila'. ToldMr.
Slade Mrs. Clyde Sinclair .4 Engagement
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Mrs. H.M. Richarde, Lisa Coleman Honored With Two ShowersMiss
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gissy Darby and Mr. and *0 Brooker announce the Lisa Coleman, bride- Miss Coleman was honored
Sand children Karen, Denise, Randy Johns and famil engagement of their daughter, elect of Joey Sapp, was at a bridal shower June 27 at J
Jimmy and Cindy; Mike Thressa Carol, to Andrew honored with a bridal shower the home of Mrs. Edward
Mr. and Mrs. E.R. SfrLargo % Robert Williams, son of Mr.
fr Sherman; and Kim Huff of St. _.. \ Williams June 24 at the Morgan Road Williams.
the weeke and Mrs. Robert of
:Augustine had an all day spent a Baptist by the Guests were greeted at the
picnic at Itchtucknee Springs her mother, Mrs. crfr\!. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardyof Worthington Springs. Ladies of the Church! door by Mrs. Gary Coleman.
Pearce.SALEAT. A weu'Jing
July is planned.
The bride-elect and Mrs.
ron Sunday. Also attendingwere Seattle, Wash announce the
: Mr. and Mrs. Glen birth of a daughter, Sharon The cake and punch table Hilton Coleman, mother of the
.Harris and son Ryan of LEILA'S" -- Michiko, born June 27. Beth WimberlyCelebrates was covered with a white lace honoree, and Mrs. Joe Sapp,
Keystone Heights, and Mr. Bathing Suite A Paternal grandparents are 'over lavendar cloth and mother of the prospective
'and Mrs. Norman Phillips and Short Reduced Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardyof 85th centered with a centerpiece of groom, were presented cor
; daughters Debbie and Diana 113.1 Starke. lavendar candles and green- sages.A a
Loll.---- 3rtltr
of Brooker. ------ ._-- Birthday FridayMiss green and yellow color ;
.. ery.The theme was carried out with a
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jarvisof bridal
table decoratedwith centerpiece surroundedby
gift was
Starke Beth cele-
announce the birthof Wimberly
a daughter, Cassandra brated her 85th birthday last a lavendar umbrella.The white greenery zinnias and yellow and
STRETCH SEWING bride-elect flanked with
CLASS III Leah, born June 21 in Alachua Friday night at a family birth- presented of was green candles. a
HIS. WalnutStarts General Hospital. Grand- day party at the home of her a corsage Tup- The
items. guests were served lime 4
parents are S. Bruce Jarvis sister, Mrs. Nelson Green. perware punch and wedding cookies. __, ...__ _... !"
: July 7th 7-1 Opm and Mr. and Mrs. James II. Fifteen members of the Games were played and Games were played and
Pearson of Raiford. family helped Miss Wimberly Mr. and Mrs. John D. Cribbs
prizes awarded to the win- prizes awarded to Barbara
--- celebrate the occasion. ners. Kirkland and Ida Sue Schmitt.
i Teenage ClaSS 1 1-4pm Beginning July 7 Mr. and Mrs. Michael cream Birthday were served.cake and ice Toyce Bullington And John Cribbs"

'10 Registration Fee a Reddish son, Michael announce Shane the birth, born of -e a S S--- Three onored At Birthday LuncheonMrs. Wed June 3 At Airpark Baptist Church

June 18 in Alachua General
Rev. and
;: Come In And Register Now Hospital. Grandparents are Dunagan of Uvalda Mrs., Ga.W.M.were L.H. Jennings, Mrs. members of the First Baptist Miss Toyce Faye Bullington! Her only ornament was an
,; ,TAB.. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hersey Sunday visitors of Mr. and L.A. Canova and Mrs. Leola Church Helen Masters circle and John Douglas Cribbs were antique cameo pendent a gift I
and Mrs. united in marriage on June 3 of the
P.D. Reddish. Mrs. R.O. Dansby. Roberts were honored .at a and Mrs. W.B. Mundy's groom.

:L !luncheon! Saturday. .the Sunday school class.Guests _. at with; Airpark Rev. fJ Baptist. \. B Church**.fficiating. ..._Miss,..... Bullington_. and Mr.
Holiday inn celebrating their were seated at a u- roos u.- V.HULKI, sun ui Mr. and Mrs.

: 0mlJtJlJtJ(31( ] IBI1(3( (aiia I ( ( uaooooa Maxie birthdays Carter given, Sr. by Mrs. shaped table was table centered where the with head an and The bride. daughter of Mr. M.E.graduates Cribbs of Bradford are both High 1976

I Place cards marked the arrangement of pink and blue Mrs. J.R. Bullington, School.
I seating arrangement for the hydrangeas. A garland of ivy wore a floor-length gown of Mr.Cribbs is employed as a
25 extended the of beige and carried a nosegay of building contractor with his
guests which included the length the two
( gaoao( LLUVLLLlL( : side tables. baby's breath and white roses. father.

After A_short: wedding 'rln...... to
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Junior Club Cookout Held Lee Anne Ashline the couple
EARLY AMERICAN 1 June 18 resides at 346 N. Cherry

BROYHILL, SOFA The Junior Woman's Club Jerry Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Shower HonoreeMiss
N' 'held a covered dish cook-out Robert Autry, Mrs. Robert Game Party.Held
on' Saturday'June 18, at 3:00: Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Henry, Lee Anne Ashline, July
/, BROWN PLAID HERCULON FABRIC pm. for members and their Mr. and Mrs. Gareth Jones, 16 bride-elect of Eldon Gerald At Jim FaulknersThe

$ EXPOSED WOOD ON WINGS & ARMS families. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dampier, was honored at a
I The event was hosted by Mr. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Maxie miscellaneous shower given Ladies Council of the
# Reg' $ 95 SALE PRICE FROM $1190 and Mrs. Freeman Register, Norton and Mrs. Sharon Friday evening, June 24, by First Christian Church gave a
1 $528 0 CLEARANCE 419 III, at their home on Hampton Hyres and their families.A St. Edward's Altar Society in "game" party Saturday
f Lake. very pleasant afternoonwas the Parish Hall. evening at the home of Mr.
Those attending, including enjoyed with swimming, Miss Donna Samons con- and Mrs. Jim Faulkner on Rt.
EARLY AMERICAN SOFA TRADITIONAL (LOOSE PILLOW the host and hostess and their boating, water skiing, ducted the games where 2, Starke.
G family were; Mr. and Mrs. socializing, and plenty of prizes were won by Mrs. Ruth The nine couples from the
Larry Crawford,Mr. and Mrs. eating. Meng, Mrs. Richard Richardsand church attending enjoyed
with MATCHING CHAIR BACK SOFA Mrs. Beverly Tyrrell. pool cards and refreshments
i The refreshment tables
during the hours.
Reception To Be Held
Friday Night were covered with white

$47983 CLOSE-OUT $39995I Reg. CLEARANCE $32995 For NewlywedsAll green centered and yellow with streamersand arrangements !( Leaton Morgan, IV

I of flowers. The
friends and relatives spring
3 99 are Sherri Brown of Twin Falls, tables held a crystal punch Celebrated 3rd
Invited to
a wedding reception Idaho and Dean Johns, son of
bowl and assorted snacks.
Friday, July I, from 7:30: to Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E.
I ONLY EARLY AMERICAN BROWN- Green and Birthday SundayLeaton
t CONTEMPORARY SOFAWITH 9:30: p.m. at the Church of Johns of 'Starke, were united yellow streamers
the honoree'schair.
also decorated
Jesus Christ of Latter Day in marriage June 23 at the Salt
LOVE SEAT MATCHING CHAIR Saints on Bessent Road, Lake Temple of the Church of Morgan, IV, cele
the Mrs.
Starke, given for Mr. and Among guests were
Mrs. Jesus Christ of Latter Day brated his third birthday Sun-
MULTI COLORED STRIPE FABRIC Dean Johns. Victor Ashline, mother of the
Saints in Utah. day afternoon at a party given
bride-elect and Mrs. John
LOOSE PILLOWS SEAT AND or'the by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
--- Dampier, mother
I ----- -------- L.U. Morgan, III at their
Reg. Friends of Mrs. Edith Steve Edwards spent the prospective groom. home on Morgan road. i
1995 SALE $19995 SALE PRICED $49995 Christiansen will regret to past 10 days with his brother S a S S S S S- A Mickey Mouse theme was
'599 hear she is in serious condition and sister-in-law, Mr: and carried out in the party decor. ,
following surgery last Friday Mrs. Jerome Edwards in. Mr. ana Mrs. Norman aliens held in the yard.
3 QUEEN SIZE SIMMONSHIDEABEDS in New Orleans La. Naples. Redding were vacationing The refreshment table was
recently in Nassau and overlaid with a Mickey Mouse
!Mr. and Mrs. Philip Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper, cloth that was decorated with
SOFA SLEEPERSSALE Vellenga and daughter, Joy, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper streamers and balloons and
I and Mr. and Mrs. Ray and son and Mrs. Betty McDonald Donald R. Sewell was on the centered with birthday cake.
HERCULON PLAID COVERS Stanwix-Hay and family were attended the Stewart Dean's list at Georgia Tech in Following games and refreshments -
vacationing June 17.20 in reunion the 11
family at Hart youngsters
the.spring quarter,
Atlanta. Springs on Sunday.! were given favors of watches
; OFF REGULAR PACE FROM $ 5 .. .1>... .....L....... for the girls and whistles and
I j SAVE $1 00 PRICE 249 balloons Assisting for were the boys.Mrs. Travis

Woods and Mrs. L.U. Morgan,

I PRINT SOFAS Matching' CHAIRS TRADITIONAL CURVED| Jr.Among the guests was.Mrs.

Iva McKinney of Starke, great
COLORED FABRICS grandmother of Leaton. ,


Reg. 349oa & 369 679QO $54995 J .o Mathewson and Jeff
I (f Wrenshall were the winning
TRADITIONAL couple at Duplicate Bridge
BROYHILL SOFA : Tuesday night. Tieing for ,
1 ONLY SOFA BED I second were Mrs. S.W.:;
: Hamilton and Mrs. F.J. Shaw
t I HERCULON PRINT FABRIC and Dr. and Mrs. Jim

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every Thursday

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Bridgman-Steve : Ollals .' v

Wed May 27 At Trinity and Mrs. Ralph Bryan Fort LAWRENCE MOSLEY
vacationing at
1 __ 1 and the Grand
Miss Diane Islands last week.
daughter of Mrs. Mildred V
Bridgman, of Lake and Mrs. Robert Hurt
became the bride of Mr. Steve and Mrs. Dennis Hurt ; BMFM GOODRICH
Kas. last
Arthur Saunders, son of Mr
and Mrs. Arthur J. Saunders and Friday guests
also of Lake Butler, in a and. Mrs. Leo Cham
candlelight ceremony Friday
May 27,at 7p.m.in the Trinity

Butler.Baptist Church of Lake '; and.and Mrs.Mrs.J.D.C.N.Seymour Christy U.S.301. TIRE CENTER 9646600IsHavinglts /. -

Pastor Tom Neal performedthe Harrington Mr. and Mrs.and'

double ring ceremony.. of Ormond Beach, I
Some Fr_
150 guests attended. '
Vows Seymour of Jackson- .
were exchangedunder
Ha Hie of
an arch covered with
magnolia blossoms. Two spent Sunday ,at
matching tree candelabraswere Seymour cottage at
on each side of the arch Lake.
entwined with garlands of FirstBirthday
and Mrs. Carl Walker of
daisies. Palms also accentedthe
Background. Ga. wcr Saturday
Mrs. Randy Wilson of Lake guests of Mr. and
Butler presented a program of G. Brown. It
wedding music. Mrs. Alvin
Griffis of Raiford "If" Bruce Ivey and
of Fort Lauderdale
and Given"More.in "marriage by her r,4/: visiting her grand- o
brother In-law. Woodrow Mrs. Gordon Lewis
Hicks, the bride wore a gownof at Kingsley Lake.
silk organza over peau de weeks.
soie. Peau a'ange lace
. plique enhanced the fitted ap Kate Sheppard visited
i bodice, illusion neckline, and in Fort White last Q
I scalloped hem of the A-line
skirt. Wide cuffs with
y WRSr and Slade of
a ))2' Stodghill
covered buttons accented the ; ';
are visiting their w
renaissance sleeves. The
tubular train was edged in and aunt Mr. and Mrs.
lace. Her veil of illusion was Baker end family for
made by a contoured toque of .'s
matching lace medallionswith Mr. and Mrs. Steve Arthur

tiny pearls. She carried a
cascade bouquet of white A reception was held covered cz1 1pt"liglti"
roses and daises accented following the ceremony at the cloth and Mrs. Dan Willoth i
with a white orchid. Lakeside Community Center. punch son, Jonathan, of
Serving as Matron of Honor Guests registered in the bowls D.C. were week
was her sister, Mrs. Woodrow Bride's Book presided over by fresh Ivy.Punch of Mrs. Myrwin J. .
Hicks. Mrs. Richard Yar- Sandy Saunders, sister of the p4', '
brough, Miss Merrell Hart groom. The table was overlaid Jean IgaLoll:2 : wn We'reONE
and Miss Debbie Box, all with a white lace cloth and and Mrs. Gilbert
friends of the bride, served as featuring a large bridal Glen Mr. and Mrs. Ray
bridesmaids.The memory candle surroundedwith Others Mr. and Mrs. Mike YEAR OLD 4iJ
attendants all wore white roses wedding Mr. and Mrs. Dale ,
floor length mint green bells, and strands of pearls.A Cleatus and their families and -
polyester crepe, empire lovely pale green, three Elixson, W.H. Peebles had a
dresses with chiffon sleeves. tiered wedding cake Saunders.The lunch Park.Sunday at Ocala And Want To Say
They wore bridal hats, ac- separated with white columns
cented with matching bows and topped with a pair of wedding and Mrs. J.
and daisies. The attendants white doves centered theBride's outfit and Warren
carried nosegays of white table. A garland of bouquet. and family have Lawrence Mosley
daisies accented with Baby fresh Ivy was draped across After ,from Starke N. the Cherry late street Drew To You The Fine People
for the Matronof
Breath except
the front of the table and held Daytona homestead.
Honor, who carried a
at the corners with white now

daisies nosegay accented of yellow with and white Baby daisies.Serving cake were Mrs. Lake : % nh. Of Starke And Bradford County.

Breath. Janet Walters and Mrs. Alice : v1
The groom chose as best Frankenberger, both of \ Special
man, his cousin, Greg Ward of Gainesville. Mrs. Bill Thomasof Come In And See For Yourself
Lake Butler. Ushers were Lake Butler served the [
Richard Yarbrough of Worthington groom's cake. Opening
,Jack McGill and Bill On each side of the Bride's
Thomas of Lake Butler. table were two round tableseeeaeSS spending Patty "1' Sunday What I Mean About

ponat, ---... parents Williams, : July39am4pm' FAST THOUGHTFUL t, AtD| COURTEOUS SERVICE t

Misses Jean Mundy and Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Jackson weekend.Mr. Our Main Purpose Is To PLEASE YOU.
Sharon Sofford of Tallahasseewill
visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray of you ladies
spend the long July 4 Tilley in Hollywood Friday to had a chance to

weekend Kingsley at the Lake.Mundy cottageat Monday. and were / us especially, so we for will you be With Our Staff Of Friendly And Concerned People; '-

--S LE-AT i: IL""SBalhl.1 guests of Sunday. We /invite/
Mr. and Mrs. CooS Bowers of
to come by and
Fort Lauderdale will be July 4 Short.( Suit.4 Mr. through our Th YOU CAN'T GO WRONG!

weekend Mrs. R.G.guests Paterson.of Mr. and I 13 at ReducedDavid LeUa'. and Branham selection' of HAPPY r HAPPY
Branham A Artificial

Mrs. Lee French and McQuaig of Way- Grundy, & Flowers B B
daughter, Renee, of Umatilla cross, Ga and Mr. and Mrs. Monday what we have to :
were Tuesday guests of Mrs. H.P. Bell of Currie, N.C. were Branham you In the line of I
W.B. Mundy.Mr. Saturday and Sunday guestsof Sunday. Fishing SuppliesBait I
Mr. and Mrs. Mack A Tackle
and Mrs. Wil Mendettaof Williams. Mrs. R
Jacksonville were weekend : be disappointed : R
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Mrs. Jean Darby is movingto I

Moncrief. Gainesville on Friday. previous Florida : BUSH'S T T

Mrs. Sybil Bettes and Miss & Tackle ,
Nina Nan King of Quincy and Kevin McIntyre of Ponte --- .301-(In tin old H rrft I
Mrs. Ann Fuller and Mrs. Vedra spent last week with his Dowllng Fruit Stand) I j H
Beth Miller of Moultrie, Ga. I grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Starke D :
are Tuesday to Friday guestsof J.H. DuPre. a Fantastic Fourth!
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Mon- D
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Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan of A
Live Oak, Mrs. Andy Jordanof Are To
We Introduce Our Y
Lancaster, S.C. and Mrs. Happy Dennis Brown, Susie King & Tommy Baker ,
Luther Grant of Ocala were Y
last Friday guests of Mr. and ForThe Next 10 DAYS
Mrs. H.A. Lawson. New Hair Stylist AtKEITH'S 1


Short Reduced

IiSatLell.-- B.F. Goodrich
--- -
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Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison :
visited Alan Harrison and Mr. Polyester
and Mrs. Richard Reed in .
Fort Lauderdale over the
weekend. Hwy 16 A-78-13 L78I5to

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Mrs. Robert E. Allen, Jr. /
and daughter, Ann and 964.7067 ,
\ Dennis Rhoden spent June 16 mmm
24 at Disney World, Sea
I World. Key West and the SHEILA
Bahamas.Mr. Plus FET I Plus FET
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and Mrs. Rodney Keith's Salon Now
Beauty Offers An 1..tJ
Herlong. Mr. and Mrs. F.V. J... .a FREE Mounting &
\ Steinmeyer Herlong and Mr.of and Jacksonvillewere Mrs. Bill Electronic System Jo G ive You A PAT 1 Balancing .

Herlong visitors during of the Mrs.weekend.W.F. Perfect Perm. And Every Size In Between Is Also At A Fabulous Savings. ..1 .


\ McLendon of Jacksonville ,HEADQUARTERS FOR : ,;'
'I\ spent the weekend with her They Are The FlrstlnThe Area To Combine Solid State .
Dr. and Mrs. L.H.
parents. Front End Alignment Air
Jennings. Electronics And Acid PH Chemistry For Pefect Conditioning
P Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. : Balancing
McAteer and son, Bill, of Perming Every Time. < r

i. week Cairo.of Ga.Mr. and are Mrs.guests George this HEADQUARTERS. For Four Wheel- Drive Tires & Wheels '

\ Flynn. Jr. at Kingsley Lake ...
\ The Sensor Perm Electronic .I Instrument Is Programmed -
} Gary Bruce Bakken of f

\J Chanute home for AFB the ;long III,weekend.will be. By Your Hair Dresser For Your Exact Type And \ LOOKING FORWARD. .

Mr. and Mrt. Ed Hudson arrive of Condition Of Hair To Produce A Perfect Curl Every Time a\t" .
i Blountsville. Ala. TO SEEING YOU !
(\ Saturday her mother.spend Mrs.a week Nelson with Call 964-7067 Today'For An Appointment : ; .

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'I Pagel TELEGRAPH I..n*.A. i'77



r Student Conduct And Discipline. -Code To Be Discussed TonightIn :

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response to the state of grade to grade in the Bradford skills, pupil retention Is to( be student's operation regarding a mended for retention a second criteria will be used to determine the approval of the classroom In the grade groupings he
Florida Educational Accountability County Public Schools is used as one administrative- grade placement; year Is to be referred for an promotion or placementInto teacher stating that in the must meet 2 of the 3 criteria
Act of 1976 the based upon an evaluation of procedure to provide pupils the final decision as to grade evaluation by appropriate the major grade teacher's Judgement the above. (However administrative -

Bradford school board will each pupil's achievement in with additional time to master placement, however, is the specialists e.g. groupings listed above.A student should be promoted. placement proceduremay
terms of appropriate instructional :- skills required for success in responsibility of the The student be implemented)
hold a public hearing on a principal. psychologists, reading ( ) must scorea
pupil progression plan for goals. The basis for the next higher grade. 8. The assignment of a pupil specialists, etc minimum of 10th percentile NOTE: (IC) Special Education
county schools tonight making the determinationshould 4. Including kindergarten a to a higher grade which nationally on the total battery students must meet only the

(Thursday. June 30)) at 7 p.m. reflect teacher judge- student should complete the results In the student skipping 10. The grade placement of of the CTBS test. (A) If the student has never teacher judgement criteria. :
in the school administration ment based on the following: primary grades (K-3)) in no a grade or part of a grade, students transferring from (B) The student must scorea been retained during his stayIn

building, at 582 N. TempleAve. progress tests, classroom more than five years, the should be made on the basis of other states or private schools minimum of 70 percent on the grade groupings such asK Promotion In Grades 9, 10, I
assignments daily observa- intermediate grades ((44)) in exceptionally high will be determined by the the Reading Section of.the -3, 4-5. 6-8 he must meet all 11. and 12.
s The plan put together after tions,standardized tests, state no more than four years, and achievement by the pupil and principal of the receiving State Assessment Test which criteria above.B .
Input from the countywideschool assessment and other objective the middle grades ((7-9)) in no evidence that the pupil will school. follows the minimum skills as In Ninth: In 9th grade a

advisory meetings heldin data. The primary more than four years. Under benefit more from the Instructional :- 11. Children who will be five outlined in the document.C ( ) If the student has been student must earn 2 credits to
each school center duringthe responsibility for determiningeach most circumstances, a program at the ad- years of age on or before ( ) The,student must have retained once during his stay be promoted to the 10th grade.

1976-77 school year states pupil's level of performance student may be retained only vanced grade level.. The January 1 of the entering This .leaves. 3.more: years to
that it is not to be interpreted and ability to func- once in the primary grades probable long range academic school year will be placed in earn the remaining is credits.
as representing consensus tion academically sociallyand once in the intermediate social and emotional kindergarten. An exception to Jax Murder Suspect IN TENTH ELEVENTH.
opinion but rather one which emotionally at the next grades, and once in the junior effect of the decision should be this is: Children who will be AND TWELFTH GRADES a
represents the staff's attemptto grade level is that of the class- high grades; however, on the considered. The principal has age 6 prior to June 30 of the student will earn the re-
consider all opinion to meet room teacher, subject to recommendation of the the responsibility for making entering school year are maining number of credits
the intent of the school board review and approval of the principal and with the approval such assignments. A child will eligible to participate in the Arrested In AtlantaThe needed to complete the 20 re-

and legislative action. principal. of the superintendent, not be accelerated without Early!' Entrance to First qUire credits for graduation.
Intent of the legislature in 2. Minimum districtwide a student may be retained a parental consent. :Grade Program. When the -
the accountability: : act in partis standards for promotion are second time in the primary The student's cumulative child successfully completesthe suspect in the murder of time to( time as he has Basic CoursesA.
to guarantee that each established in this Pupil intermediate and-or middle guidance record and report state-mandated require- a 35-year-old Jacksonvilleman relatives there. Reddish said.

student receives the same Progression Plan. The grade groupings. The time required card should be noted 'to 'in- ments, placement in first was arrested in Atlanta Identity of the victim was All students not scoringat
opportunities for an education average pupil should perform to complete senior high dicate "accelerated grade grade will take place duringthe Ga. early Monday morning by discovered by a class ring least a 7.0 grade equivalenton
well above these standards. Atlanta Police, according to dated 1961 with the initials the total math section of the
without regard to geographic school will depend upon the placement," major reasons( ) first 20 days of school.
Bradford BAJ it. The schools
differences and varying local Meeting the minimum time necessary to earn the required for the assignment, and the 12. A child may be retainedin County Sheriff on name county-wide CTBS test in the
economic factors, guaranteethat standards does not auto- credits and upon the name of the principal who has kindergarten only with Dolph Reddish. had been worn off. preceeding year will be sche-
each school system meets matically result in pupil type of diploma or certificateof made the placement. parental consent in com- The suspect, Charles White After scouring Stanton High duled in a Basic Arithmetic
minimum performance promotion. Considerationmay attendance the student will Parents should be notified pliance with Florida statutes. 20, of Jacksonville, is being School yearbooks in Duval class. These classes will be of
be to other factors held on charges of auto theftat County the victim was finally' reduced size and without a
standards and insure that given be granted. formally in writing that their 13. Pupils who have been a
each student receives at least such as general progress attendance 4. Parents or adult students child is receiving an accelerated retained but who( could meet this time, pending further the identified new-defunct to be a graduate all-black of grade level designation.B. .
the minimum skills necessaryto sense of respon- must be notified at any time grade placement to promotion requirements in charges of murder. All students not scoringat
function and survive in siblity mental and physical during the grading period the next higher less than a full year should be White was found in the Stanton High. least a 7.0 grade equivalenton
The murder which took
today's society. health maturity, work habits when it is apparent that the of this notification should counseled into a summer possession of the victim's 1972 the total reading section of
June committedwith
Mark IV Continental and place 17, was
After adoption as a rule and attitudes. student may fail or is doing placed In the cumulative program when available and the county-wide CTBS test in
change by the school board, 3. Pupils who in the unsatisfactory work( in any guidance recorft re-evaluated at the end of the other personal items at the a .22 caliber pistol. Jones with the proceeding year will be
of the shot
the plan is subject to review teacher's judgement do not course or grade assignemnt.An summer. Their assignmentfor time arrest. was eight times scheduled in a RWSL
by the Department of satisfactorily achieve acknowledgement of such 9. All students who appearto the following year could be Sherriff Reddish said the most shots centering around (Reading, Writing. Speakingand
trunk The
Education and the Secretaryof established objectives for the notification should be ob be having difficulty adjusted, based on their motive was apparently the area. body was Listening) class. These
with sexual found on a dirt road about two
State. grade to which they are assigned tained. Report card grades achievement during the overtones" classes will be of a reduced
meeting promotion requirements miles northeast of
The standards and the will be assigned to the must clearly reflect thestudent's should be evaluated summer. but would not Hamptonon size and without a grade level

procedures for implementation same grade for the next school level of achieve- carefully by the professionalstaff 14. To the extent that resources elaborate Police at were this led point.to the Sheriff June 18.Reddish said he has designation.

of the pupil year or given an assignmentto ment. The opportunity for a to be certain that the are available each information that the
progression plan are based ( a special program e.g., conference with the teacher or child does not require excep-- school should create special suspect, who once lived with will extraditionand says Certificate Attendance
the victim waive
primarily on pupil special class within the principal must be provided tional child assignment. classes of a reduced class size Bobby Allen Jones suspect should be back to A Certificate of Attendancewill
in brought
achievement and is not school, summer child who Jacksonville( by leads be awarded to students
an regular the parents of any Students who are to be re to emphasize basic skills Bradford within the
in Jacksonville. County
automatic process states the program etc. These pupilsare may be retained. instruction for those pupils developed who have completed the 20 required
tained must receive counseling Authorities said White next few days.A .
plan. to be provided instruction 6. A pupil who has been pre- and be who require more( intensive was credits.
services may expected to be in Atlanta at
designed to continue their viously retained who still has for evaluationby instruction.
General Procedures For progress toward mastery of not met minimum standards, recommended Jazz Festival. O .f"N Academic DiplomaAn
if the principaland !. 'MJ ;J
specialists The suspect was raised in
Promotion. Special Assignment the required standards. Since
and who not benefit from Additional RequirementsFor
and Administrative this school district is com- special may assignment In the teacher feel such a referral Promotion and Hampton, and, when 14, was light year \is not a measure- Academic Diploma will
would benefit the child.
Placement. Grades K-12 mitted to a continuous same grade, may be ad- child in elementary or Placement From: convicted of breaking and ment of time but of distance.It be awarded to students who
entering charges and sent to
progress diagnosticprescriptive the (1)I ) (Grade 3)) to a have completed the 20 required
ministratively assigned by junior high who has been re- Primary is the distance a ray of light
boys school in Marianna. At
I I. from in the basicDesperate credits and who have
Pupil (
promotion program principal to( the next higher tained one year and Is recom- Intermediate (Grade 4)) 15, he moved to( Jacksonvilleto would travel in one year,
grade. In cases where (2)) Intermediate (Grade 5)) passed the State required
about six) trillion miles!
live with his mother, but basic
------ skills and functional
r student has not been retainedat to Middle (Grade 6))
uw w lw: w least once in the primary, Albert W. Nichols, 88 ((3)) Middle (Grade 8)) to would.come to Hampton from literacy test

intermediate or middle grade Albert Walter Nichols, 88. of Senior High (Grade 9))
63Area Residents Return
S oaaoaa( J groupings (as outlined above, 511 N. St. Clara St., Starke Saturday
item 4), the principal must died Thursday morning in In addition to meeting I
receive written authorizationfrom Gainesville after an extended regular requirements as pre-
From To
Weekend Cruise Bahamas
To Sell the superintendentbefore illness. viously outlined, the following ,
t administrative place-- Son of the late John and
By Owner In --------
ment can take place. all Jesse Nichols of Bradford
Sixty-three area residents and Brenda Roberts won the Jackson, Lisa Davis, Gerald
798 W, Pratt St. cases the student's cumula- England, Mr. Nichols was Mrs. Maggie Hodge 73 returned Saturday from a five dance contest over all the Brown Deborah Mosely,
tive guidance record and born April 13, 1889 in Bradford Mrs. Maggie Hodge, 73, of Diane Cocherhan
day and four night visit to the other students. Carolyn
3 Bedroom 1 Bath, Central Heat & Air, Inside Utility report card should indicate, and moved to East Thompson, Brooker died Tuesday Bahamas.The Redgrave, Jerry McGriff,

Room, Panelled Throughout Nice Shady Lot Near "grade assignment by" ad- Conn. in 1910. He worked for morning in the Bradford 39 graduating Bradford Margie Tarmarchi. and Joan
residents the
ministrative placement. the the American Woolen Company on
Schools County Hospital after an extended High School seniors and 24 Forsyth. group leader.
major reasons( ) why the until his retirement Jn illness. cruise were: Carl Torode, Another weekend
tN adults left Waldo Amtrack. cruise is
placement was made and the 1955 when he moved to Starke.: on Steve Earnest Betty Sullivan,
25,000 or $2,00000 Down Born in Baker County. Mrs. June 19 and the planned for October said Mrs
Sunday, spent
name of the principal who initiated He was a Presbyterian. Hodge moved to the Brooker im Miami before( boar- Keith Carter, Eolme Green Forsyth -
& Take Over Payments the placement. He is survived by his wife, community 40 years ago. She night the Italian Brenda Roberts Deborah .
Parents should be notified Mrs. Irene Nichols, of Starke. was a member of the Churchof ding Flavia. cruise ship Coleman, Gwendolyn Savage,

Someone Will Be At House All Day Saturday 2 formally in writing that their Funeral services were con- God Prophecy.She Pam Chapman Lee Casey,
July child is being ad- ducted at 2 p.m. Friday in the is survived by a Terry Long, Linda Sue Jones, y..J-_ .
& Sunday July 3 or Call ((912)449-4569) ministratively placed in the Chapel of Archer-Tanner daughter Mrs. Blanche Personalized locally Travel through Linda Settles Bill McRae,
next higher grade. A copy of Funeral Home with Dr. Jack Taylor of Lawtey three sons, the local Agency Ann Allen,Betty Allen, Dennis Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sch--
this notification should be' Hand of the First Carl and Irving Hedge both of group was part of a Rhoden, Jean Alvarez, Anna wab of Merritt Island and son.
cruise with
placed in the cumulative Presbyterian Church of Jack- Brooker and Harlon Hodge of seniorsfrom group Alvarez Geneva Bowe Tina Eddie Schwab of Gainesvillewere
guidance record. sonville officiating. Burial Lacoochee, Fla., two sisters, other parts of the Brown, Gina Brown, Gwen weekend guests of Mrs.
7. School personnel should was in Crosby Lake Cemeterywith Mrs. Ina Sheppard and Mrs. country. Zack. Lynn Moxley, Lynn Myrtle Anderson. Mrs. An-
r 1 utilize all resources to achieve Archer-Tanner Funeral Onie Allen both of Mobile, the Booked by Joan Forsyth, Pierce, Gladys Pierce, Gwen derson also had as Sunday

IIAPP parent !understanding and co- Home of Stai'ke. in charge of Ala., three brothers, Chamers ship group while they stayed were aboard in port the at Moxley, Brenda Prevatt. guests Mr. and Mrs. Max
arrangements. Nettles of Lake City, Lonnie and Nettie Norsworthy, Jimmy Siech and children of Cello.
I Nassau and left
Clark Dean Brown.
Nettles of Alberquerque New the Dorothy Germany and Mr. and Mrs.
ship each day for tours of
... Ann Brown Geraldine
.. Mexico, and John W. Nettlesof the island Brady, Otto Lohmann of Tampa.
I Queen in StarkeTWOBIT.ALE Mobile Ala., and seven scuba diving, Lewis Cooper Karen Glover
at visiting the beaches and Jay Godwin Gene Tanner
TERWILLEGAR shopping the local markets for
Funeral services will be straw and Earl Biggs, John Riggs "The following students trom
held Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Mrs. Forsyth jewelry said items.the food Dwight Hewett Danny Craig, Starke and Lawtey have
MOTORS Church of God Prophecy in aboard the Sharon Crosby, Gayle completed requirements for
ship was very good Shuford, Perry Nicula, Sherry graduation from Lake
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Student Conduct And Discipline Code To Be Discussed TonightStudent

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conduct and Application Code among the staff and with the Grievance Procedure The first step taken is with 1. Names) of all persons dure as outlined in the School progression plan for county .
will be aired at a students.It the member of the staff In- involved; Board Rules. schools, required under the I
public hearing tonight The solution to a problem or Some students may feel that volved in the disciplinaryaction. 2. Dates( ) on which the Also up for public hearing Educational Accountability
(Thursday, June 30)) at 7 p.m. the resolution, of a.conflict: .Is the' responsibility of they have been treated unfairly If the grievance is not student feels there was unfairtreatment tonight will .be .the pupil Act of 1976. :
by the Bradford County School within the educational setting parents-guardians to: under this Code. The resolved after Initial contact, ;
Board in the board meeting usually can: be accomplishedon 1, Establish and maintain steps are to .be the student may Involve the 3. A brief statement as to
room in the school ad- an Informal basis by the in the home, a positive attitude follow in attempting to parents( ) at that step and why the student feels there
ministration building at 582 N. people most frequently involved toward education; resolve a grievance. each succeeding one. was unfair,: treatment..
Temple Avenue.. : the teacher and the 2. Show an Interest in their In steps one ((1)) and two ((2)a )
The 25-page conduct student. It is expected, there- child's school work and progress 1. Student-teacher con- guidance counselor may be
booklet available at the fore, that every effort will be through regular com- ference involved at the request of the The student shall receive a
school board office, is the made by the teacher or other munication with the school; 2. Student-administrative'' student, parent teacher or written response to the state- e
result of county-wide advisory member of the school staff, to 3. Assist their child withdressindln assistant conference (if appropriate administrator.If ment within three ((3)) school ONLYF17 I
meetings held at each school handle the situation with the a neat, clean, and ) the grievance goes days.
center during the 1976-77 student at the time the unac- well-groomed manner; 3. Student-principal con- beyond step three the student If the student and parents( ) N. !
school year.Mandated. ceptable behavior occurs.If it 4. Insure their child's regular ference. must submit a written state- feel that they have not received -
by the state is misconduct of a serious daily attendance; 4. Parent-student- ment signed by the parents( ), satisfaction at the
legislature last session the nature, more drastic action 5. Report and explain any Superintendent conference to the next level of the school level, they may ,
code amends Section 228.041 of MUST be taken immediately.Good absence to the school; 5. Parent-student-School Grievance Procedure. The proceed with steps 4 and 5.
the Florida Statutes. The new order and disciplineare 6. Inform the school of any Board hearing. statement must contain: using the due.': process? proce-
law says that all terms as a MUST. Establishing condition or circumstancewhich
suspension, expulsion, cor- firm discipline at the lower may affect their child's { We Can Save
poral punishment, and grades and being consistent as ability: to learn, to attendech Zoning Change Denied AutoShop
alternative measures for the student progresses should t.?? regularly.. \or to partl- For, ou HundredsPrice
students with special needs reduce the need for extreme c 1 pate I n "" ."UU' activities, ; c
must be spelled out. methods of discipline. As 7. Cooperate with the school The petition of Alden dence on the site, but the the proposed county compre- 01 ot Dollars On
Section 230.123 of the law students mature and advancein when their child is involved in Morrow for a change of zoning present OR classification requires hensive land use plan. At the Quality Homes
states a code of student con school, they are expected to a disciplinary matter. from Open Rural to Business one acre for this pur- request of K.B. Platt. 6095 r
duct will be available to all assume a greater degree of (Automotive) to permit pose. The board explained, manager of DuPont's Trail
teachers, school personnel, responsiblity for their be For each unacceptable operation of a body shop on however, that it would not Ridge and Highland plants, a Nos O
students, and parents or havior. It should be noted that behavior in attendance, a State Road 100 South was help his situation to rezone the map change was authorized to Dellvuy
guardians, at the beginning of while these rules are writtenfor consequence Is offered and for denied at the regular monthly property R1C, since that show a mining classificationfor
the 1977-78 school year and students K-12, many of behavior for meeting of the County Zoning classification requires one- certain lands currently Starke Home
every school year thereafter.It them apply primarily to older general conduct, student Board Tuesday night. half acre for a home, and he being used by the company in Mdse
further states the code students. Accordingly the dress persons and property would still be unable to build. this county.A .
shall include, but not be type of disciplinary action free speech, assembly, schoolpublications Two adjoining property work session on the land Center
limited to specific grounds for .taken may vary with age and and privacy owners appeared to questionthe Permission to advertise for use plan narrative was set for
disciplinary action; proce- situation,as well as the type of consequences plans are listedaccording uses that the proposed public hearings was grantedto 8 p.m. Tuesday. July 5, (fol-;
dures to be followed for acts misconduct. != to severity. zoning change would permit, William E. Finucan, lowing a 7:30: meeting to heara v USe 301 N Sfarke 964-8741
requiring discipline, Including Under appropriate When infractions are minor stating they had no objectionto seeking a change from OR to request by the County Com- r
corporal punishment; and an headings, the Code outlines and call for Plan A, it is the the way Morrow main- BP on property 6..Mi miles mission for rezoning a land fill ALL HOMES. BUILT TO H U D SPECS and U C
explanation of the respon- those kinds of student be- responsibility of the teacher to tained the property at present, northwest of Starke,off Rising site. APPROVED
sibilities and rights of havior which are considered handle the situation. As more- but expressing fears that a Road, to permit relocation of
students with regard to at- unacceptable, and the consequences serious Infranctions occur the zoning change might open the his saw sharpening shop&?; andto .. R .. RRS .
tendance, respect for persons of such behavior. booklet calls for plans B, C, way for the operation of a Michael Bryan lor a cnange MMHHBM1M M V -
and property, knowledge and With a few exceptions,a range and D. The age of the student "junk yard" or similar type from R1C to BA to permit an
observation of rules of con- of consequences has been and the degree of cooperation business in the future. auto repair shop two miles F TEST DRIVE I
duct, the right to learn, free provided for each incident'of should determine which plan The reclassification was northwest of Starke on High-
speech and student publi- misconduct. This range is will be followed, says the denied after several membersof way 100. W.G. Hartman and
cations, assembly, privacy, offered in order to provide booklet. It also states when an the board expressed reluctance D.W. Locklier were given per- THE AMAZING .
and participation in schoo school personnel with some administrator is applying the to permit a repair mission to advertise for a
programs and activities. flexibility in dealing with unacceptable consequences, all action taken shop on property located change from Exclusive Agri-
Once adopted as rules behavior when must be documented and it is between two residences.Ray culture to R1A (residential) .
changes by the school board, there are special or unusual not necessary to use every Crews withdrew his request on 23 acres 2% miles north-
copies of the code must be sent circumstances. However, item in the plan items may be for rezoning a .45-acre west of Starke on the left of
to the State Department of these circumstances, and any skipped.The plot three-fourths of a mile State Road 16. The owners I F.
Education and the Secretaryof actions taken, MUST be docu-. booklet also spells out north of Starke on U.S 301 were represented at the Rabbit
State for their review. mented in detail. procedures to be followed for from Open Rural to R1C. meeting Toy realtor Ralph
In summary, when applyingthe agrevance.| [ ._ Crews wished to build a resi- Bryan. ;
Purpose consequences the following -
circumstances shall be Norton Inlow and D.M. Hale
Public schools have the considered: Ditch Repair Could Run $20,000 presented a revised plat of a
moral and legal responsibilityto 1. age and-or grade level of subdivision Silver Ridge // .
provide an education for allchIldren. student serious McMillan instructed (formerly called Mount !
; Cost of correcting a was to' ,- --- .- -
Students have the 2. frequency of misconduct; drainage ditch problem off St. contact property owners In- Pleasant) on Silver Lake. The i \
responsibility to take advantage 3. seriousness of particular Clair Street may run in excessof volved In connection with subdivision originally showed
of the opportunities misconduct; $10,000 and could go as highas easements for the drainage 56 lots of approximately 18,000
provided.The 4. attitude of the student and- $20,000 if the project is structure, as well as tem- square feet,but was revised to
purpose of this docu- or parents( )' continued on to Water Street, porary construction show 52 lots of over 20,000 l'222 MILLER-BROWN 1 MOTORS i.
ment is to provide a guidelineso 5.' degree of cooperation of 'the Starke City Council was easements while the project is square feet each.
that: student and-or parents( ). told at its June 7 meeting. in progress. Only fourproperty After the zoning meeting
1. Students will know what In addition, school per-- Obviously surprised at the owners are involved: adjourned Samuel A. Mutch, N. W. 13th ST. U.S. 441 NORTH GAINESVILLE
behavior is unacceptable as sonnel are encouraged cost of M.A. Payne, Harold Glasgow, local assistance planner, con- i.
well as the consequences for employ realistic and ap projected they had off-the-cuff a project and Mike Phillips along the ducted a second; hearing on U .. . ...

such behavior; methods of discipline es ti ma fed t.it. KA_ Stt n. the area .ftt.. north side nf the. ditch and
2. Students will be assured not necessarily out- $5,000, Council advised city Woodmen of the downers '. '. -.. .w '' ,
that will be treated IH/II C t1 Jl S'
they lined In this Code. For surveyor Merrill McMillan to of the entire property ,
fairly; example, students have Indi- concentrate on the worst along the south side. Work on
3. Students will know that cated that being asked to remove segment of the ditch, from St. the project is contigent upon
the Code will be applied con- gum from desks, floors, Clair east, and forget the property owners donating the
sistently in every school in the etc., is an appropriate form of Water to Sl Clair section for necessary easements.'
County.It punishment for chewing gum. the time being. tlC"T
should be pointed out that Likewise, washing or painting The east-west ditch, now
although parents and students walls, making minor repairs, eroded to a depth of 8-10 feet, eo
have many rights guaranteedby etc., seems appropriate for with a width of 10 to 12 ft,
state and federal laws and vandalism. carries surface water from an .
court decisions, these rights Reaching the goals outlined area starting at the Seaboard
end when and where they requires cooperative relation- railroad and (flowing eastwardby When he was president, .Ar
begin to interfere with the ships among student, parent, the city park on Church St., Lyndon Johnson had special
rights of others. Most Importantly and educator and may be running along the north Ups dispensing cold soft
students need to more easily achieved through boundary of the Calvin Johns drinks installed In White
know that every right carries acceptance of the following .property on Water Street. House sinks.
with it the responsibility to responsibilities.It .
exercise that right wisely, and 'b
that failure to do so may resultin Is the responsibility of
loss of( privileges. Essen- students to:
tially, then, the responsibilityfor 1. Attend all classes on
conduct is in the hands of time; _
each individual student, and 2. Prepare for class with assigned ,
disruptive behavior shall work and appropriate
result in certain consequencesas materials; ,
specified in this document.The 3. Account for one's own << "" '"
intent of this Code is to work; EX-LARGE S.CAROLINAFREESTONE I
help students turn unac-' 4. Dress in a neat, clean and
ceptable behavior into acceptable well-groomed manner; I
behavior. Used 5. Conduct one's self In a safe PEACHES "
properly by students, parents, and responsible manner; r'. : ", 1 1I
teachers, counselors, administrators 6. Show respect for and show ... I
and all other consideration to all Indi- '.. "". 1
3 1$1
school personnel, this docu- viduals and property; j/J/ I, ri., d
ment should be an instrument 7. Abide by the rules and -I/t/ .
which will help provide an regulations established by the I II
atmosphere that will enable school and the classroom SUPER ,.. ,,&]{ II I
students to achieve the goal of teacher; II'I '/";" r I
a basic education thus allowing 8. Seek change in an orderlyand SWEET p, ", I
them to be competitivein acceptable manner.. "'twr : .
the adult world.Jurisdiction SANTA ROSE
It Is the responsibility' of (he
of Code school system to: PLUMS 3'1TOMATOES I

1. Make available adequate I
This Code will be in effect on student services: guidance i
school property during services; psychological ser-- al
regular school hours as wellas vices; visiting teacher and
other places and times school social work services; '
where teachers and school administrators occupational and placement e8E y" ..
have Jurisdictionover services; evaluation and &j 3$1OKRA w

students school spon- testing! career education: ; \ I IY I
sored functions, field trips, health services. .v ,
and athletic events. This Code 2. Provide and maintain an '
also applies to students when conducive to good 1 49CLB.
they are waiting (for buses at behavior and learning; I
designated bus stops or are 3. Respect students by 4ge
being transported on school treating them fairly- and '
buses.It ,impartially; SEAFOOD I
should be noted that 4. Plan a flexible curriculumand MED. !
various state laws and School activities to meet the
Board policies mandate cer- needs of all students 'and
tain administrative functions provide the materials necessary SHRIMP $289 GETS YOU A GLASS WITH k .
which are not part of this to Implement' those ''
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either to restrict or to 5. Develop within the school a .',
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,!I t TELEGRAPII June 30.1177

I It..:: Keystone's Our Country Day' Celebration To Provide Weekend Of 'Fun For AreaKeystone's

I eighth annual new events added each year. dedication- of Keystone's- blvd.,ending at the city park.A In the area with the first Our in order for the younger parti- can be enjoyed t b'y fake area lake residents and visitors will
Our Country Day festivities Is Carrying over from two lasting Bicentennial project, new event this year,scheduled Country Day Golf Tourna- cipants, sponsored by the residents for several miles, witness the outstanding fire
slated for a roaring start this years ago, when the city of "76 Theme Park, which was to begin at 4 p.m. that ment set Sunday at the Keystone Junior Woman's Club. will be a U.S. Marine Corp works display, over $2,000
Saturday.July 2,at noon for a keystone celebrated its 50th started last year and is afternoon is the Kracker softball Golf and Country Club. This will be followed by the Flag Pageant held at the Keystone worth, presented. by the Key.
three day celebration of the birthday in conjunction with nearing completiontoday. game, featuring two Tickets for this all-day annual Rotary Fish i'rywhich Beach. stone Volunteer Fire Department
nation's 201st birthday of its the July 4th celebration, a mixed teams, the"Stars" and affair can be purchased at the supports their annual This impressive'ceremony ,from the center of Lake
independence street parade is set to kick-off)( The parade will follow a the "Stripes." Standard Station on SR-21 and Swim program each year. was Introduced to the Clay Geneva. .
Over the past eight years, the festivities at noon route from the Clay Electric Players were picked this 100 or at the pro shop at the I County area last year duringthe This will conclude the July
lot down Rotarians will begin servingat 1 Bicentennial celebrationIn 4th, celebration I
of the activities have Saturday.This warehouse parking year by city residents club. Independence Day
carried many} through, with several will be followed by the SR-loo then through the main nominating their favorite Individual prizes will be 4 p.m..and are prepared to .1 Orange Park. in Keystone until next I
part oi town down Lawrence players and is sponsored by given to the winners but no feed hundreds of people. Just as dark takes over year. I
the Keystone Recreation trophies awarded.To Just before dark the annual ,r--------i --------.. !
Miss Tlieressa Flame Contest Winner Association. start things rolling boat-rama will begin forming
I II, Later on Saturday evening, Monday, July 4, local skate- at Nelson's Point file on Lake I I VACATION .SPECIAL ; i iI
Geneva. will l
I To Be Crowned Friday, Gospel Sing SetThe !beginning dance, open at tree 9 pm.01 emu a street RC w t board beginning competition at 10 a.m.will be at held the judge's stand They at the by beach the I I Thurs.Sat.AIIKTPies'i'8. .. I II

the will be held between 6 p.m. and 7:30: p.m.
public in the Community Church
crowning of Miss various items they had "It is reassuring to know Co-op parking lot off SR-100 lot. The Free Whelln parking Skate- Trophies will be awarded in I I to. I II
I Theressa Flame (for 1977 will donated to the rummage sale. that these girls are giving up at the main buildings. board team demonstrationhas several categories to the best I
be held Friday July 1, at 8 "Anytime you have one of their time to help raise money David Burkhalter co-op and been cancelled. decorated crafts., ,I I II
; p.m. at the Theressa Com- these sales it takes a lot of for the fire department, when band Afternoon This boat-a-rama,one of the Closed July 4 thru July 10 Open July 18
Kerry Page's the activities will I I
munity Center. hard work and these girls they could be doing other Southern Knights,will provide into full swing at the get carry through events for the w.QaDGJ I II
Activities will begin at 5 have done an outstanding job things, now that school is out music for the Public Beach past. eight years has been one I' 1 "
lively enjoymentof across from the 1 ( 'i1m. 0 pOD' I Ii
p.m. with homemade ice to make this a success," said and it is time to relax," said both the young and the old. city park. of the most popular. of.-the. I '" _.
cream being given away until Percy Sullivan, Jr., cochairman Elbert Hersey, treasurer of celebration.Just i i '
An added attraction was Beginning at 2:30: pm a "STARIE'S, OWN BAKERY" I II
6:30 At 6 gospel of the Miss Flame the Theressa Volunteer Fire before the grand finale
: p.m. p.m.
planned this year for golfers watermelon eating contest is I St.
I : 'singing will begin with the CommitteeFLORIDR. Department. of fireworks display, which .I .138 E. Call 964.5890 I
Frampton Family,who live on .-- ----------------.

Starke the Forsythe; The Mobley Road Family near, Y IF ITS FRESH VALLEY

from Hampton and the .
Gospelaires Quartet from THERTRE U.S.D.Aa
Jacksonville. The singing will FOOD
break at 8 p.m. for the
STARKE 894-5451 CHOIC I =
crowning of Miss Theressa =
Flame of 1977, said contest coordinators I
Iaxt1 =TuES + I

After the crowning, singingwill BEEF rl
resume until 9 p.m. whena SUSAN PETER FAIR
drawing for a gas bar-b-cue
grill will be held. Tickets for SAINT fens FONDA
the grill will be available
during the preceding acti-- JAMES
vities from fire department

members.Refreshments available will Ban %j S.DA.
be hot dogs. Pepsis and

|<- i popcorn.The contestants for the Miss : fues I IPG''f frn .

Flame Contest are Tammyand s ,.
Tressie Baldree _.c .....""- ........
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. ---0 A ----. ...........rt
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Charles Baldree; Charlene Hare'ethebgnewbrand ofbeef< )-Fresh the ...-._............ CM..r. ....."-
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Beam, daughter of Mrs. Naturally tender USDA Choice Valley G tells you ... r w' -.. -. a- --
heavy western beef .
Barbara Beam, and Dora ------ -. r. r w
301 trial has been especially selected tor tenderness it' ----. --,- -.
I Triest daughter of. Mr and and flavor And every package i doled tor fresh-.. fresh! -----..- -wrNOws.strtt
Mrs. Ernest.Triest! Come try Pride for delicious Fresh
The contestants have been DRIVE-IN Valley Beet You noted it 1 anywhere else) the color tells you
raising money for the
Theressa Fire Department STARKE a54.7484 It's fresh!
and that money will be con

with verted the to most points points and will the girl win 6-'DAY 11' ) fq the taste tells you It's Fresh Valley,Ijjg Beef!

the contest All money must wed.
fp; thru
be turned in by June 30 to |. Putty Matur*.C m-r* 1
Jessie and Marcia Lee who PPM*VaMy Brantf *
will total the points and give H UEV Wz1i7E6Y'Wlty < 2O< OFF H9 -- 'CIre4IM
.. the winner's name in a sealed FOndQ.. FREE flB FREEVOGUE IMOACMOtCCnnoiomnxnii
envelope to the master of IA hi 401 -'raCA--' *. iiinnitn.*tuit_ ...
ceremonies.. Elbert Hersey. -'l,w.w.-a.rUMMIHMO...>WMMM- n --
The contestants have had NO SEA MONSTER ANY SIZE ; I UJJW M.M Ir grlrl-.e..M.....r.wa-... 1 Nr
various activities of their own MYTHh.GEND ,
from bake sales to car Of HALF SO DEADLY DOZEN EGGS I TOILET TISSUE we welcome
washes. Saturday June 18. IS THATAC'IUAILYEXISTSI | J ONLY AT

the contestants had a rum- ONE ...,m.tr-*MMSI,....MM.I.... --M.r-I..I-*'*,,ii..?"?.-1.1 .|,.cmi L ...... 2 ROLL PACKAGE.. ,mafllimr? I
sale. Baldree | ..
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Tressie Baldree sold Pepsis r .
Charlene Beam lemonadeand

pony rides; Dora Triest, in Meat ALL .ft"I AND PRIG' [. OOOD IMURwr. 3D, tMO..... JUtf a, |*77. worm *l MTt ftCSMVEO. -
Bargains '
candied apples and potted **
plants, in addition to the GROUNDBEEF AND


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luoc.ir! collision oecuired begun!( to. pass a vehicle. hitting the I
left side of
Tiii'sdii oxviiiiitt./ Nl'mllnj! Olll'mmT Raymond Dale Khodcn. 26, Rhoden's 1964 Ford Sedan driving in the rain Friday ,Johnson St., Starke, and -I I
to llradloid, County was also on &H-18, one car' with the front of the night. William Tucker 13, of the
lluspil.il for t Ireatnwni I I and ahead of Carlson. motorcycle Delmar Kllby of Rt. 2 Box same address as the driver. !
catt&tng'ovcr to botheliifles$.">(1111) in damage!( Ithoden began to make a left Both vehicles traveled 25 14E, was southbound in a 1967 Tucker ..rW
involved onto(Ithoden Chevrolet pickup truck going was westbound on 3 1 1
Road at the
William l same after impact coming to a Bessent Road at about t.
Douglas 40
Ciirlson. time Carlson too fast in the'rain, Highway mph f
20. of was passing the rest on Khoden Road. Carlsonwas according to '
Keystone Heights!( was vehicle in front of him. thrown 30 feet Patrol reports stated,when he Highway Patrol IJ.1n'
driving\ east on his l<)72 on to the reports, when he
Suzuki Carlson collided with Rhoden north shoulder of SH-18. He lost control of the vehicle afterit entered a
Motorcycle ON SH-1H curve too fast and lost
us he Khoden went through a water controlof
was turning/ left. was taken to Bradford County the
I -s puddle. The vehicle' skiddedoff The car then o
Hospital where he
was x- skidded
.. -----:--------- -- the roadway and struck a off the road and into a
>i ---------- rayed bandaged and ditch ,
--- striking a culvert.
r culvert. ;
released .
-i;li MIKE MITCHELL. 1 Four hundred dollars The accident occurred 1-10 violation Tucker was charged with
of mile of a restricted
I damage was done to the a north of Starke and 3-
ii I 10 of a mile north of Market driver's license and careless
!| VAR NEIL LINCOLN motorcycle, and Rhoden's car Road. .driving
INC. suffered $100 damage. "
I! I I The car that Carlson Early Saturday evening, 19-
2201 N'. was
Main St Gainesville Fla. I passing was driven by Robert year-old Joseph Edward A 42-year old Lake Butler
1' L. Tucker hit a culvert after man incurred over $300 in
1 I. Richardson of
372-4251 l 372-4251 Hall} Fla.Carlson. Putnam taking a curve too fast and damage to his 1976 Dodge Van Six Prison Employees Complete "i"l .
l'J':! losing control of his vehicle. Monday evening when he hit {
charged with
I careless Tucker of 212 N. Bay street one of three deer who ran Into
driving. did over $300 damage to his the path of this van. Six employees of the Department of Offender Rehabilitation have
recently completed) I I"MIf :
I';j'1 "More Cars For More People A 16-year old Starke youth 1967 Plymouth Coupe In the Henry Monroe Douglas, Rt Correctional Training. .
was charged with failure to accident that injured none of 3,Box t>76, was northbound on Those completing! the minimum standards curriculum are: II.rl( ) Daniel Thomas and Alt' iUKhn
: Than Anyone Else" Tl use trol due of care his after vehicle he lost con- I his two passengers, 14-year SRS231 at 55 mph when the Golden Williams from and Mike 1.awley Correctional Institution and (front) T.I). Roberts 1/.E. Uuters.< l lie,,n,
while Parker
----------------------------I old Greg Johnson of 314 accident occurred. from Florida Stale Prison. ,

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Bargains in Grocer -r '?,'_ ,".. ..;q it jy,,1*.tk Bradford' t'ount> l.ibrarvlimiliiv. : / .. .niinn. Hill. I lu.himI..!.
;; Son of !\Ir. and :Mrs. 1\mi.iht' ('li.-liin.'. M.IM Ih..IIII..I. .
.!; 'x:10."wm': presenting the hhow.f lr said he ha' been cluing. this .....e..r IhiiiK
,., for a year now.
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COMPARE 0.:':::;:: .a...q '' Sausage 3/M/ l 29' Bill also sanK a honK before lie did Ills slum. .mil. Ms, mtilher
y' rv afo r s wr Icr said'"lie's was singing into u jump rope ulieii. lie u.'" ;' "Itr'i
(II1NYY1nNM1111111 old
Whole l Green Beans 3/M/ 1 Niblets Corn 3/M/ l 11''

nu>ui nitwit KRAFT I1HJIIMI" OK
Pudding. & Fruit Cups 69C "' BARBQUESAUCE Flea o'Jlars 79 204M .GA2Cs5N

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Pears 3/M/ 1 29' Llm Beans / 56'

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Corn Meal Mix 79C 10' The gardenia named
was not for where it grows but
tllCU .OYI> Evr __ w I ASSORTED FLAVORS18oz s after a botanist called Alexander Garden

QuickGrits 79C w4M BONUS PAK ..

00 Hot cuiimni Dog Chili / 1 1s 34' DelMonteCATSUP R. C. COLA SYMPATHY UNDERSTANDINGIs

BTL orDIET What You Get From
s Sack t Crackers 49C 'nr8M [" DeWitt C.Jones

i Canned Drinks / 1 '5- COMPARE rw:IYaCts: : :. .V.X.01 jj Funeral Home. .
Iced Tea Mix.9 30 iln tu PINTS niH' 57! We Are An Old Established
Pork & Beans 4/51/ 16'
III uuui nu YYfY 1607.BTL. c J} Firm Very Experienced In'
49C < 'At I
Paper Towels. ts'c l 'fWTn HIM, }4u t, 40' r< Assisting Bereaved
91 PANIIT HIM' CtUO u."II/I'S' at Drink Mixes 89 .
49C Families Through This Time
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? We Can Help You Make Advance Funeral

Pantry FULL STRENGTHALUMINUM PUNCH LIMY Arrangements And limit Cost I.
SNACK LEMON LAUNDRY Now Would Be A Good Time To Visit t

Acquaint Yourself With The ServiceTreyOffer I

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COMPARE ,' ..., .". Bargains in FrozenHealth & Beauty Aids 'ClO Y/.0
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I Folding 7J KCH 171 cI Vinyl Chair {gas 1 i 110 COMPARE .0.....o..u..:.'e.."wro..... COMPARE ..",.."nNn'ro'?., s.IPSO".... Kendall Motor Oil 59e 24' '-964.6200- 473.3176--

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Page TKLKtiKAPII; ] June'30, 1977 .

ii 5 Percent Of Bradford High Students Retained At End Of 1977 TermSlightly : ,, ', I

more than five schools and the middle school and basic math Ttiis would add 14 additional positions and Casey; has said in previous settlement on LIE and 335 pupils tested in the eighth math. Of 314 tested In the lOlh
percent of the student population were retained. Bradford High give students In K-5 that need add about $150,000 to the board meetings money for $60,000 that was not spent in grade read 48 percent below a grade 23 percent are below
of five schools: Bradford School does not retain help access to a Title I teacherIn budget. The board preferred basic skills could come from teachers' salaries for the 80 seventh grade reading level seventh grade in reading and
County were retained at the students but students must addition to a regular classroom to wait and see what the new $430.500 in available funds. working days in which the and 42 percent were below 26 percent in math Of 252
end of the 1976-77 school: year. have 20 credits for graduation. teacher. budget figures will be. The money would come from salary boost was not in effect. that level In math. In the ninth tested in the 11th grade, 11
County figures show 143 Southside Elementary had The board tabled In May Casey said the staffing plan some new money and from Based on projections and grade of 299 tested 33 percent percent are below a seventh
students in four elementary the dubious honor with 61 re- and again in June a $145,000 would add one basic education capital outlay money ear- scores on the California Test read below'a seventh grade grade level in reading and 15
tained in grades K-6 with 12 in request by Casey for each of teacher at Brooker, two at marked for projects in the for Basic Skills. Casey said reading level and 35 percent: In ,percent in math.
kindergarten and 27 in the the 180 classroom teachers in Lawtey two at the middle 1976-77 budget year that did
first grade :3 in the second 7 the county to receive$750 each school two at the high school not materialize. Already approved -
CommunityNews each in the third and fourth for spending an additional 100 with no significant changes at by the board are expenditures -
grades 2 In the fifth and 3 in hours working with students Starke Elementary or South- of $85,659 for re- / DailyLuncheon
the sixth grade. consulting with parents and side. Each school will have a roofing projects and $54,000 luI I
Bradford Middle School retained recording test results. decrease of about 100 pupils for three new 65 passenger Buffet,
47 students 21 in the Casey said the Management with the shift of the seventh school buses and a 22
by Ellicbclh Givens Walker seventh grade and 24 In the Information System to be grade to the outlying communities passenger specially equippedbus 11OOam: 2:00pm: ,
Phone'M4-C6M/ eighth grade and two special Implemented as part of the to transport handicapped
education pupils. accountability act would The other additional children. wwof Nightly
VISITING Starke Elementary retained require additional record teachers Casey said, would
18. with the largest number, 6, keeping. Casey said the be two alternative school Funds available are $22,000in Special
Sergeant and Mrs. Leroy in the second grade. teachers would need to learn teachers, one at BHS and one earned Interest, $4,500 indirect StarkeU.S.
Thomas Jr. and children. Lawtey retained 7, with 5 of the procedures required by at BMS; a physical education costs, $144,000 capital 6:00pm: 9:00pm:
Roselyn and Terry, are those In the first grade the law and in-service teacher at BMS a PE teacher outlay and $132,000 in the 301 North 964-76OO
visiting: parents in Starke. Brooker retained 10, all in training would be offered each at Brooker and Hampton general fund balance.
Sergeant! Thomas Is the son of grades K.2.Retention. which would also be in addi- relieving the principal: Money not included in the
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Thomas figures from tion to the regular school day. from those duties; and a 1976-77 budget that Is avail-
Sr. Mrs. Jacklyn Thomas Is Hampton were not availableat Casey said part of the cost guidance person. able is a $60,000 insurance Back By Popular Dim and
the granddaughter of Mr. and time.A could be covered by $32,000 in
Mrs. W.,J. Lee of Starke. They press three-part back to basics funds appropriated for com- Page Completes L
are stationed In Ford Ord!, following guidelines pensatory education by the Recruit' Training
Monterey California. They program legislature this year. This Mlk
in the Educational Accpunt- row
Recruit general
Seaman military subjects
leave.MKKTIViS would be to three Navy
are on a thirty-day ability Act of 1976, has 'been equal
teachers Casey said. The in- Donna L. Page daughter of designed to prepare them for
: : ; put before the Bradford, service would begin Mr.and Mrs. Lonnie. Page ..
: School Board by Super program further academic and on-the- la Oaf loan9
P.O. Box 50
of Route
intendent Tom Casey. July 1 this year and end on or Jr. completeilrecruit job training in one of the
Bradford County Chapter before June 30, 1978. Lawtey has Navy's 85 basic I
approved the occupational
NAACP will meet at New board Already are 19 Title I teachers by The board also tabled June training at Orlando.the Naval fields. Thursday, Friday & $afar Jay' I
Bethel Baptist Church plus six additional teachers in 20 a county staffing chart Training) Center, the II
Miss Page joined Navyin
I Monday night July Itt, 7:30.: that field to concentrate on Casey recommended for the During the eight-week April 1977. II I
All interested citizens and. reading speaking listening 1977-78 school year that would trianlng cycle. Page studied I
i members are invited to attend
I f
The Strand Senior Citizens
meeting Wednesday

July,in the recreation center SERVICE .. at low, low prices!
I on Florida Street. 7:30::( All
senior citizens are Invited to
al tend
Notice! There Mill be a
public hearing of the Concerned
Citizens of Bradford

('uunly.July II. 1977. 7 p.m. at 10 LB. BAG /r
the Vo-Tech Center. All I
citizens are invited to be COPPERTONE U 30 QUART



First Horn Church I ) BLEND IIG G r BRIQUETTES j
Tuesday night 7:45: Prayer g |ICE CHEST
Service; Friday night 7-T: 8 OZ. OIL _
Tarrying Service: Sunday s-" Ideal/orpen.eorPatio luncheon. + -
School 10:10.::\); Morning Worship ; OR LOTION WITH HANDLE
Home Mission 11:30:: : I t71s r'I REG, 99' r.- pphus REG, 1,29 REG. 2.59 rI
Y.I'.C'.W.6p.m. and exchangeservice I I .
with Gainesville
'hurch.. I
(ir"alprII"n Chapel' '
.\.M.K.: : Tuesday night 209
Prayer Service and Class j I as I ;

Meeting(: Friday night July 1 I. 0 ou t
l-ovefeast Service: Sunday I. ile.
; School! loam. Communion
I Service I II I and 5 pm. All J j ereoz 1'
I members and friends are in- \ L\t'4. .p\ .
sited to ..lend I pt

The Sunday School con |- .
J. \entionwillbehcld!in Aljchua' .,,a- -.-'- -- -- r
ill St Luke A.M E Church.
I'he delegates/ a re Kim Cohens'
and Tcna Brown.
hurch of (..d- Sunday PEPSI-COLA
Srsuol9h: ). Morning( Worship
II-Mi::\ with minister Dewey FR
'l.i.vlor( inchilrg.I'.W.W.. ; 5 LIMIT TWO 8 PAKS 8 PAR

I pin. 12 OZ. CANS READY
Khrnrrrr: HaptIM Bible
Class Tuesday night 7W:: :
Thursday night Prayer
:Muting' 7-TO.: ; Sunday School
\1.:111: : Deacon and Deaconess
anniversary Sunday' II and :3 l lp
in All tnemhvrs and friends I

are, welcomeNr llrlhrl. IhplllllI I GALAXY # 2151OSCILLATING 3' x 5' AMERICAN '

I Prayer :Meeting and Bible .
('III( .IMSrdnesduy 7'30::\ ; FLAG KIT
I Sunday School !11\11>:: Choir re- BOTTLE OF 100 LIMIT 3 SPEED WITH 6 FT METAL POLE i,
I lHMrs.il Saturday before (he ONE
"c''wIII Sunday.1 6 p.m. All choir ASPIRIN 16" FAN.i5 REG 549
irn'mntTs are asked to attend ECKERD '
:Ml. Pisgah.3tk: :.-
Sund.iy' School Hi a.m BODY POWDER 88
:Morning l "r'iceI\ lI.m All OZ, TRIAL SIZE LIMIT 19WA 3991MEN'S
lI\1'mh.'rli are asked to co- TO SHOWER 34
operate with all atli\ities of SHOWER

the ,'hun'h.irplJtpr. REG. 39.99
( Hrlhlrhrm
\ic.ilion Bible School ends 8 OZ NON-AEROSOL LIMIT II
.lul>' I I. Dinnerlll ix> sold TW
/Iron) ho kitchen Saturdaystarting -. VOS HAIR SPRAY & LADIESZORRIES
( M II .1.m. ; Saturday! ay SURFERIDERf '
teacher meeting fiU:: ) p m. ':':"' f

Tins Tots SumlilSI'hc)1 rehearsal Saturday' -:' \ 70 CT LIMIT ONE 79 j WITH CRAB ROPE ,
7:141:: ) IIJI:: ; I' :

:Morning Worship II a.m.; WET ONES TOWELETTEf . . FOR BEACH OR POOL.
Dinner Mill IK* served 12.30.:: ; MOIST REGULAR 7.97
!riniiitforship: (6 pm.Frrr \ I

:Mwling! Tuesday'anaanPrayer al 7 pm.; ;: _\ BOX OF 10 REG., OR SUPER LIMIT ONE 394J. 5375'16;

T.irryinn. Service 7W::\ pm. "
WII1l'sdilBible; Study TAMPAX TAMPONS .. .. . .
Friday 7zp1:; :Morning Worship ;
II .1.m. : Brining: Worship IA" r*
OR 774
ricusjnl loroIInd :\11. t/ i. 6.4 OZ. REG

every:llIrlllhPIl'asanl, first and second(irove "'-.' ClOSE-UP TOOTHPASTE .. .. .. 27" X INFLATABLE MEN'S SLIP-ON

:Monday.: \'oundult Choir AIR MATTRESS
ivhwirsitl 7pm. TuesdayYoung // DECK SHOES


7.m.:: ;Thursday Prayer Meeting Pra.ver' uSi__''M :: LISTERINE 20 OZ. . . .. . .- REG 99 t 3 99 GORE DOUBLE
:Meeting 7 p.m. ; SundaySchool $1 69
REG 5.99
10 a.m.. :Morning ."
\\m-shipll a m.; Communion SAMPLER BY GILLETTE LIMIT ONE l<
Service ::1 i p.m. 1 OZ. 29

night:Ml ;:::10:IorlahTu'sda) I'raerIeeltn: :' RIGHT GUARD STICK . . . TAKE-A-LONG 'TIKI TORCH I

WvdiH-sdjy night Choir rehearsal -

11:141torning: ; : Worship; II GILLETTE PAK OF TWO LIMIT 1 PAK. 2' 9 '
:Ml..ion A.M.K.Duel: GOOD NEWS RAZOR .4. .; . 288 ADJUSTABLE ))99-6 .FT.
l hay' way a success a Trustee GRILL
vlforl for the rf..ovation. \ REG. 3 49
project for !hc ".- TWO- REG i
members and 15 .1'29 '"""""'e'
1;raUiul; to "j'' LOTION .. . . I : / .
make the rally i i _.._....i.II JERGENS LIGHTER -. ; --
II raised' was luel't,> hundred PADS
three, dollars. \" '
Cis-: Mhu ounuu; .CBmm.! .. .. .. FAST AND ,
:Mliou.. o a.m Morning .1 ..4 9 44 ; ,
I V.'orxh:; I II t am,. Evening REG 69' ))99
7 OL
Worship. 7'.141. Prayer Band 1 1 2 II RIG. 439
Mretinr' 7:10Ionday:: ( : :
I l'rj'i, Meeting Thursday .
,::Mi, Friday Bible Study 7:30.::\ ; BABY CAMP STOOL. SUPER QUART"ALUMINUM
11\'I'l'}\ I. Sunday at :5:30Kcv : I 4aail' 841h11ing I .

I..If OIl'II ill con- \ SHAMPOO )99 FRAME WITH 88 IT''IIII''o!

Uirt t u revival I iiir4-iing' ini.iinesville NYLON SEATS'.REGULAR .4 *250.,
now,, f'uy't1 0,94'
< for HtUll'IlI': \ THRU JULY 2. 1977 '. 2.19, < .REG: .- -'
tim; = 0' '
Pastaof =
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.L Y 77 session Was
I Strange ......................... ...................................'................e:........................ Youth, 14-

1977 Legislative tr rum rage 1} what the legislature has done. Additional taxes to cover ..oS originating in Florida for Penalty for over 50 cartons Is Still CriticalA
almost session with Williams said he expects more the Increased spending were instance, on the receivable of one year and 1000.
more everybody crying for information the latter part of levied mostly on alcoholic an auto dealer who orders a The Idea pushed by Askew 14-year old Slarke youth Is
money because of rising this week. beverages and cigarettes. r car F.O.B. Detroit. earlier in the week to put a still listed In critical conditionat
,two costsandinflation.Inthefinal days of the There is more money in the Consumers will be able to buy $700,000 by increasing the one-cent tax on soft drinks Shands Teaching HospitalIn
session the second special new budget for education these commodities at present filing fee for corporationsfrom died in the House Thursday. A Gainesville after he was
bills House and Senate prisons and roads. Williams prices only a little longer. $5 to $10. proposal to make the tax four trapped beneath a tractor for
$129.7 passed to raise a total of says his counties Bradford State beverage agents will The cigarette tax started at cents was voted down 88.28 about 15 minutes Sunday
$118.2 .to cover the Clay and St. Johns are up visit all retail outlets for one cent but legislators concluded and the bill died on a voice afternoon.
million in increased from 13 to 20 percent in school cigarettes and the 39 liquor, that with any tax from vote. Lawrence Todd, Jr., son of
spending. The tax package funding. Bradford is to four cents, the Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Todd,
the up 133 beer and 88 wine distributors one price "It is bad, regressive tax,
$3.69 upped total state budget to around 13 percent he says.' Friday morning to put would be raised to a nickel In said Rep. Steve Pajcic, D- Sr.,of Brownlee Road Slarke,
billion Including an Education comprises 71 the new taxes into effect. the machines so the tax shouldgo Jacksonville.The was using the tractor to pull a
million'work capital percent of the new state The new tax package was up four cents.A Legislature also passed log 'vhen the mishap oc-
budget, Williams saays. recommended by Gov.Iteubln V number of in- a bill to give $20.5 million curr N.
Almost legislators,
every area of the Prisons were a Askew. The Senate took it Oil, Mining' T..,Liwipholr(.lain* tax relief He was pulling the log back-
state budget Is up, according big area for up :;"l'MH.: ... 111; Minim:. cluding Rep. Eric Smith D- property to businesses wards, when the tractor hit
to more state spending,Williams and forced the House to Jacksonville, objected that and industry as sought a
state legislator although even the notes. The legislature pro- curtail its spending plans to ''o'd.' mit-Unlon the big increase would increase by Askew to help the state stump, causing It to fall over
had Art by Clivtan Powtr
not received vided for on the youth according to
over 1,000 more beds wind up with the compromise bootlegging.To drive for new firms.
final information, as of Tuesday the in prisons, and more per $129.7 million tax package.The claiming land at 25 cents a equivalent of their homestatetax. The assessment for Todd, Jr.'s uncle, Ed Todd,
I. on exactly sonnet.jr new taxes are: ton. A Georgia who bought in ease those concerns and property taxes on inventorywill also of Brownlee Road
I I.I L $459 million for alcoholic $41.1 million from raising Jacksonville would pay 3 gain support for the tax hike be reduced from 25 to 10 After the tractor fell on the
beverages. The tax on liquor severance tax on oil from 5 to percent An Alabamian who the Legislature passed a bill enpercent of actual value, effective boy, family members rushedfor
will go up 20 cents a fifth to 93 8 percent of value. bought In Panama City would tightening the law against with 1978 tax help from Ed Todd who
Free Estimates cents on 96 proof and under $16 million by requiring that pay 1.5 percent. persons hauling untaxed payments.The lives about a mile from where
and $1.91 over 98 .proof; on documentary stamps be $3 million by tightening the cigarettes from another state. House insisted and the the accident occurred.
I ..:::.. t beer, up penny a can to Scents placed on the mortgage rather definition of residency In the It creates Senate went along witH a Ed Todd said the family had
.CIEANEa, !JI. ; on wine, up 15 cents a than the note when land is estate tax law. This puts a presumptionthat requirement that a trust fund to get another tractor, to pull
..' quart to 46 cents. purchased. The mortgage has Florida in a better bargaining a person with over 50 be set up to Insure that the the one that had fallen on the
STEAMLINEFt CARPET $416 million from a four to be recorded in Florida and position for a share of the cartons is going to sell them state repays cities and youth off of him. Ed Todd's
CLEANING cents a pack increase on some persons have been estate tax: for persons who without a state agent catching counties for lost income.In tractor was used for this
Deep Soil Extraction Method cigarettes to 21 cents, highestof avoiding the tax by going to lived part time in Florida and them making a sale. After the accident occurred,
any state. another state to take out the part time in another state The penalty for the boy had to be rushed to
Jack $15.1 million from an increase note. for instance, in Palm Springsand I three to 50 cartons is reduce a New York newspaper, Bradford County hospital by
KendrickBrooker on phosphate mining $2 million by ending sales New York. to 6 months in prison and $500 "FOR SALE golf clubs Sheriffs Deputy Don Denton,
Florida 485-1528 from 50 cents to $1 a ton, and tax exemptions for out-of- $1.3 million by placing the fine and the charge can be that shoot In the low 80s." as the county's. only operating
keeping the repayment to state auto buyers and requiring one mill intangibles tax on settled by the arresting officerby -Earl Wilson Field rescue unit was In Gainesville,

phosphate companies for re- them to pay the accounts receivable payment of twice the tax. Newspaper SyndicateWE'LL transporting_r.nuvnrwit ..__..__ another T.vM___ .n.,patient.._.._. ......-.
vived after his heart had
stopped for a short period and
was taken to Shands by the
BE OPEN Union County Rescue Unit.A .
MONDAY 4th JULY hospital spokesman lists

OF with the boy head In and critical neck condition Injury in

., "' \ ., I'Q.' ""Q., the unit.71 pediatric intensive care

f Building

t f' HOT'N COLD / V, tFb BEACH COOKING TABLETOP .. 115 X CAMERA : Seventy-one were issued building by Bradford permits -

County during period.

/ CUPS G u- TOWELS G OUTFIT REG.1299 -=f June 1554.420.! 1-28. for a total of
... -II" /. .. MINUTE .. m Thirteen single family
.r. -'--.1 _. REGULAR 59'PACK __ Celere9ltrrrrrlM.en ..__ .!:! .a COLOR FilM.CAMERA.MAGI- =:! dwellings led the dollar
... S volume accounting for
tow**.A. d _
.. : : ... _'
..- OF 50 : wits :-or BURGER $302.700 of the total Twenty-

-=:- fa,,, -=- ;; -=- s. nine Issued mobile for home SI70.37U.permitswere ;; 19

r"' .a1T i. -. .... COOKS \ ;J!r I four miscellaneous docks. $;;.totaled 4W;<
REG 88 HAMBURGERS 9- mercial permits I8.0H(( ; and
I \ 3 IN ONE TO 999 \ 99 : two farrowing $111.21.<
.i 39 ( -. ;.4.99 / 3 MINUTESTH ... ,, !1.I Fees collected pens. totaled

$1.622. and 138; building inspections -
I jJ : i jJJ.REG. 2.99 "it were made duringthe

A period

: fPilA' ,. -- 4a" -k SummerSdlool)

.j. Begins Tuesday. .
: H: ,' Summer' school l ,; begins

r PLANTERS OR Tuesday, July 5, at S a.m. for
those Bradford County
HipS students interested in
1fpOt POTATO enrolling.
.. Classes will be taught in
ChQt English Math American

TWIN PAN! _.. j. History Science Physical and will Educationand be given


r. LAWNFURNITURE REGULAR 89' I 4' I courses there needed are there any must other be
New from
AU "OI'BLID at least 15 students requesting
COOL-RAY* ay* N.P..22 SNCN cut I it to set up the course.


REG 10" BLANCHED Bradford County receivedan :
I -s811988 I'' .'" 13.99 r PEANUTS average of 3.4 inches of
OFF :\ ; "1 rain during the week. June 20-

REG. CHAISE 27.Louis Hill fire lower at
COOL-RAY' pmrV f. REG. 8 oz. JAR Highland led the area with 4 6
polarized lenses CRASS REG -,, J':.=l 23.99rt 19" 77'CERTRON REG. 89' PE ye inches! : Santa Fe tower reported -
stop reflected glare up to 99%. CATCHER 9 99 .t. LIMIT UT ::1.9| inches and !New
TWO ap
t Inches.River tower received only 1 1.9


... POLAROID ZEBCO 404 .Smack up Damages


TYPE 108 FILM Over $1.000< in damage was
TAPES I incurred Tuesday night whena
woman pulled from a
I 99REG I T E parking space into the path of
M WITH PACK O another car.Margaret.
479SnVANIA 28 LINE! 0' Diane Davis. 17,
j High density fiberglass -=. of 527 N. Cherry St., Slarke
;a tS rod. Reel with spring .3 BLANKS 1 was pulling from a parking
IK .: REG. 1.99 loaded drag REG 1.49 space leading south on SH-2UO
as Andrew Charles Knight, 17.
SOUTHBEND of Hi. 1, Box 60, Law'ley, was
630 going south on SK200 at 30


l causing UiH: )in damage. Seven
I FOR FLASH USE BAR WITH CAMERAS 179 L KILLER BUCKET hundred Irdollars in damagewas
FLORIDA FORMULA 127 99888 done to Davis' 1973 1
Dependable blue dot Quality. REG. 11.79DCOM 6 FT FLOATING BAIT Dodge.
10 guaranteed Hashes 2 PC 9 9 BUCKET THAT Davis was charged with a
FIBERGLASS 3 KEEPS YOUR violation of right of way.

t- 3 Till METAl iceii SPRAY RODEckercfs BAIT ALIVE I
REG. S 88 Jax Crime Lab
To Serve Area
OUTLET AND 688 .... Y REG. ".29 74,. HELP STOP CRIME
"! =." program was successful in
REG. .8 88PAl .
':..-' / making the public more
famousTWICE I / YI aware of the tough Florida
PRICES law that gives a minimum of
'PLAIN OR OF 100 STATE GOOD three years in prison without
P RULED QUAKER photo offer THRU ,
I_, parole for crimes with guns
INDEX CARDS OUTBOAIDM01010lL WED according to the Florida
rGW Sheriffs Association.
THEPRINTS OPEN Before the"3 Years to Life"
REG. 400/ IY 83 DAilY campaign was launched In
32 OUNCES Gel'in extra" .el,ol.print 9TO9 f February 1976 only 19 per-
39' F I __ REGULAR 1 09 whit' every roll of color or cent of the people questioned
bKck and white print film OPEN statewide were aware of the
developed end printed SUNDAY 1975 law.The follow.up survey
REG. RUIIEKBATH TODAY AND EVERYDAY 10TO7 results showed the awareness
'SOUP'R MUG 99- level had Increased to 49 per-

r MAT rnw ( O I.WW Oe cent among the. target age
I I. TWICE I .group of 16-23.
.. I
BIG AS A SOUP NON-SUP A you pick up your Sheriff's Association
BOWL WITH A h k. developed Mm end prints,,
'C spokesman and
V HANDLE LIKE. 64C I FlEO.. ,9> 9 K buy two roue of .Kodacolor f LEJi! W Q general Robert I...Shrvln attorney were
I A MUG, 1202.STACKING :,1e9s;\ or black and wise print enthusiastic about 1 the awareness ,
film.for IK* regular price Increase which they said

ol TODAY AND EVERYDAY :: 131 S. Walnut sentence would make law the more ntuntuilory effot-tivt*

.IM a crime nVtorrptil.r .

r t 1 1! a

J.- _


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Page 10 TELEGRAPH June 30. 1977

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.' ;, Long 1 raditio Being Ke vive din 4th of July Celebration HereWith


the return of the old- big business-getter with a until the fumes of the
fashioned Fourth of July celebration sponsored by the "white According to a newspaper
lightning" he had
consumed account "Only one little l hitch
celebration, starting with Board of trade (1914 version( of evaporated. occurred in the dinner
religious services Sunday and the Chamber of Commerce( ),
continuing with festivities and it was estimated that As usual at such events of programme. Before the tables
through Monday, Starke is more than 3,000 visitors) from that period the main featureof were spread and the food 4 ; t
returning to a hallowed Bradford and adjoining the day was the old- cloud distributed a threatening rain
tradition of its early historyone counties "came on foot, on fashioned picnic and barbecueat stampeded the crowd 1
which had fallen by the horseback in automobiles( by and Sheriff Denmark took the city park on Church and the an assualt was made on t
wayside in recent years. rail" and every other meansof extra precautions to preventany Street where the good ladles clean tables of food.!' were swept
transportation to join in the disorder that would mar of the town brought baskets .
Back in 1914, for instance fun the day. but only one loaded down with chicken 'Tickets for free automobile
the enterprising merchants of celebrant imbibed too freely pilau and pies and cakes .of rides- novelty in those days- k
"Starke promoted( the day as a Chief of Police Silas Kite and was taken into custody every description. were issued by the hundreds

and the proud owners of cars
worked overtime for several
hours furnishing joy rides for
guests of the city. Free motion
I --::*' :: .t-; :::::'"** pictures were shown to

packed houses at Hopson's
::.t- -.. I Theatre on Call Street, and
'. dancing was enjoyed duringthe
afternoon at the old armory -

I WHY Highlight of the day was an
I ; : afternoon baseball game
; between the Starke Grays and
. c the Jacksonville Red Sox at
Duncan Park in the northeast'
section of town.
There are several "whys" that need to be an- The courts have repeatedly ruled that a land.

::{ swered in the continuing controversy over issuance owner does not have a vested right in the existing Business men of the town

::' of building permits by the City of Starke for pur- classification of his land. On the contrary, the financing contributed the liberally affair and toward the \ ir

poses that will become a nonconforming use with enabling acts which authorize the enactment of good wives of the community

;# the adoption of the city's comprehensive land use zoning ordinances provide for the amendment of furnished the baskets of

s plan. such ordinances.A landowner's right to establish a ;: eatables that have made

:: particular use can be summarily terminated by an Bradford County famous.
i The first :"why" that needs to be answered is
amendment which reclassifies his land and outlaws The celebration in 1888 took
==1 WIlY the City does not take a more aggressive use in question" according to th*' "Law of : the form of a picnic "at Spark-
position in discouraging the issuance of permits Zoning." man's bridge near the elegant ,. : ,
that weaken its comprehensive land use plan and I.I.the residence of our esteemed -

2. could become a source of future trouble both for the friend Mr. Wade Sp rkman." CL'
actual of
city and the permit holder. Mere contemplated use is not an use where more than 400.
land which is protected by the courts as a vested merrymakers gathered. A

1 right and purchase of land in reliance upon the pre- {:@ platform had been erected
There are 168 pages in 'The American Law of vailing classification does not gain for the purchasera i and dancing was enjoyed with
:ii: Zoning" devoted entirely to court decisions and music provided by the
authorized such : ..
vested right to commence uses by :
Baisden brothers of Starke. --'- --
;::: interpretations concerning "The Creation, Limitations classification after an amendment which is more

:::; and Termination of Nonconforming Uses. restrictive.The "Following dinner, Mr. N.C.
Ample precedent for action to discourage or even Petttt, heading a crowd of
;: halt the construction and patriotic citizens called on Years
operation of a non- Ttventy Ago
courts have further held that purchase of
: Mr. S.F. Gardiner to read the
::; conforming has been
use, even after a permit
loan and P:
land followed by negotiation of a Declaration of Independence
r::: issued, is contained in those 168 pages. If the City is execution of a lease is not sufficient to authorizethe after which "the merry belles .Starke has held many great celebrations over the years. but none more ti;:: sincere in its effort to' establish Centennial In 1957.
an effective comprehensive tripped the light fantastictoe.
::: plan, the question naturally arises- establishment and maintenance of a nonconforming ... while elegant breezes Pictured In upper photo are some of the top-hatted dignitaries in the renewing/ stand
use. 'The investment of money in prepar- I only known to Florida when the big parade passed down Temple Avenue:.(from left) Mayor VV.T.Jackson Centennial
::1 r.=; has it not all our
why explored avenues of discouraging ation fora particular: of'land does not establish a climate wafted their gentle Chairman Guy Andrews. State Senator Charley E. Johns. Governor Leroy (Collins
:: and preventing instead and Commissioner of .
nonconforming/ uses of Agriculture Doyle Conner.In
vested right to' the proposed use, even where waves and large live oaks
:: taking a defeatist attitude? furnished lower photo are the best-dressed Centennial belles competing in the costume contest. :
shade to
tti money is spent for architectural drawings, ac- crowd." From left: Jessie Young, Faye Andrews Joan Hurst Pattie Crawford, and the last lonely
cording to decisions cited in 'Zoning Law." lady is unidentified. II
The second "why" that comes to mind is WHY ,
#';: any realtor, developer, or property owner if fully ''. __Lawtey!; _took the spotlight! inwicurauiiis i
Other court decisions have held that: The : the Fourth in lOW,
:; informed about the possible detrimental effect of a when the big day was ushered I
issuance of a permit or )license is not sufficient to News Needed
nonconforming use would knowingly place himself In with the ringing of bells and /
establish vested right to the permitted use and BY'
r and his backers in a position that can result only in a the booming of cannon at County Agent's BecauseOf
entitle the applicant to a nonconforming use. Early
sunrise. Old Glory was unfurled -
:: headaches at best and litigation and loss of his y
}' "...payment of architects and persons making test in the breeze from the Bobby 11.
investment at worst? Notebook 4
staff of the July Holiday
borings on the land has been held to be preliminary lofty Academy

;. The third "why" is WIlY the City Council would expense and the cost with of land contractors clearance and and materialmen pre- the building town and were all busy the in youth various of Taylor I ."It The Telegraph_T.,1.... t..i.office. i will r_ ,.beclosed .

ask ten or twelve busy citizens to devote hours of liminary negotiations ways and all degrees of "of'Independence ecelebration
: their time in developing a comprehensive plan for has been considered expense of preparation to uproar, from cannon down to I hope you will join me in urge our homemakers to
Day. |
: : and it shot full use rather than actual use." Ih Chinese. crackers welcoming Mrs. Mary Yearta participate In the baking
and then sit .
the City supinely by see .j 'as ournewExtension Hotn pt-.,.,contest,oC, the .,4th.. of{ ,July.. News for the July 1: edition'of
of holes before it can go through the routine of "Many enjoyed the picnic at Economics Agent.. Mrsi\, celebration.( :This contest is an the Telegraph requestedby
In addition to these obvious drawbacks to a non-
ai enactment? Lake Kingsley others attended Yearta comes to( us with ex- opportunity for almost every Friday wherever possible.
conforming use, the courts have repeatedly allowed a lawn fete at the cellent qualifications exper- household tq be a part of an News on Monday may be slid
is There has been some mention of the fact that the municipal legislatures to impose a wide variety of beautiful country residence of ience and recommendations.Mrs. exciting and worthwhile under the office door. News

;r: Council may ask the present planning committee to limitations upon nonconforming uses a power Mr. Sayles, and still more took Yearta graduatedfrom activity that cannot be turned In until
in the excursion Chattanooga
:::: become a permanent commission and continue with which is widely exercised by municipalities. Many spectators to Gainesville Bernau, Ga. with College( a B.A.in in Mrs. Lola Johnson has Tuesday morning is requestedas
:; the arduous task of the agreed to be coordinator and early as possible Tuesday
two-year developing many assembled on the spacious Home Economics and went on

;% of the just- ompleted map is only the first segment. based in large part on the premise that if the nonconforming the Burrin House to watch where she was in Home p.m. on Monday 2pm.July 4, at the display advertising is 5 p.m.
:::: Several members of the present committee have already uses are restricted as to change expansion =;( and participate In the great Economics Education. She Civil Defense Building. Com- Tuesday as usual. However
::1 voiced their alteration and the like they will lose croquet tournament. This was working on a research petent judges will "place" the news and ads that can be
reluctance to continue with this i exertion was followed by an grant in occupational home ribbons turned in earlier will aid the
:;: thankless job and if the present situation con vitality and ultimately expire. :oJ elaborate dinner including economics while there. be baked awarded goods for and the first three will Telegraph staff in meeting its

::::: tinues it is quite likely that even the most dedicated broiled chicken rich soups, places in seven categories of usual Wednesday evening
The is that of land thus toothsome sweet corn mealy Since then she has worked publication despite the
=1 members will resign in pure frustration. assumption a use both the adult and youth
beautiful with the extension services in
:'.::: restricted will not long survive the forces of and potatoes homemade bread Broward County in division. holiday.

:;:, Much of the confusion could be prevented tf the economic attrition obsolescence, physical decay, Charleston S.C. and has Entries will be judged on Social news may be phonedin
;: City would face up to its responsibilities and at and acts of God. Nonconforming users are commonly Fourth But by of 1922 the traditional intoa worked with the Alachua appearance, texture and to Society Editor; Gladys
July was going
the that will without authority remodel their premises+ or to' : County Older American's taste. After the judging all Moony anytime over theweekend
;; least inform applicant for a permit slump because of the adventof .
Council.Herhusband.lIarshallls or !Monday at !M>4-
M ultimately be in a non-conforming use, of the make major repairs. Consequently, the restrictions the automobile which entries will be used as dessertfor 7008.
insure their becoming dilapidated and provided transportation for in the 4th of July celebration
: : hazardous and tenuous position in which he is property
with most families to nearby lakes .Medical School in Gainesville, supper. Correspondents are
progressively more incompatible adjacentuses. ?
=cif; and his In all to
placing himself associates. fairness and beaches or to larger<< where the couple and their -- requested, if possible to turn
;.:is. the applicant, this should be done. l celebrations in Jacksonvilleand two-and-a-half-year old Several insects and related in some) of their news early.
other cities. The of then late of the
streets daughter reside. news July 4
For instance the simple matter of "good faith." "With a minimun of legislative help the courts Starke on the Fourth looked pests are this common in of lawns in holiday can be turned in
:::; According to "The American Law of Zoning," have concluded that the public interest demandsthe something like Goldsmith's Her first day In the county Chinch area bugs spittlebugs year. Tuesday morning and addedto

;: courts have held that in order for a building permit ultimate elimination of nonconforming uses be- "deserted village" leading a was Tuesday.June 28, and sill and bermudagrass mites such ( the column.

s to be valid, it must have been obtained "without cause to prolong them indefinitely would con- Telegraph the editor of the day to( calls is already and busy requests catching for up in-on plant juices. Some such as
write following requiem:
r::. knowledge of the pendency of a restrictive or- travene the general purpose of the zoning ordinances formation that has back- mole crickets white grubs Food Stamp Office
::: dinance." Thus a landowner who acquires a ," says "American Zoning Law." The "The Fourth was celebratedin logged since Becky Giebeig and billbugs the live in the soil I "
$' Starke by a grand or- left in April. damage plant roots. Closed. July 4
:; building permit and commenced construction with courts have likewise held that expansion or Others including sob web-

:: knowledge that the municipality is in the process of enlargement of a nonconforming use offends the as chestral quiet silence.as the The North town Pole was Mrs. Yearta will spend next worms and armyworms eat Food Stamp offices in

fi:: amending its zoning ordinance to outlaw the spirit of zoning regulations.In i after Dr. Cook had left for week with our county dele- the grass leaves.To Starke and Lake Butler will be

proposed building does not do so in good faith home, and as deserted as a gation at 4-H Camp In Cherry these can be closed Monday July 4, for the
fi within the meaning of that term as used in the cases an effort to combat nonconforming uses the hall in which William Jen- .Lake near Madison Florida. added other groups Insects and related holiday.
She should then be back in the
.:.;:.::. where it has been decisive. use of amortization( provisions have become evolution.nings Bryan lectures on county getting acquainted pests such as fleas, Representatives of the

". common imposing limits upon commercial and :j with our folks and organizedto earwigs millipedes chiggers Social Economic Services said
i The Supreme Court of Arizona has held that industrial uses located in certain restricted resi- jj "The only small boy conduct our Extension sowbugs and snails that t do not the office will re-open in Lake

"...financial loss, no matter how severe (if Incurred dential districts. These set up a schedule of years | remaining in town had saved Home Economics program.: damage nuisances the lawn but because may become of Butler at the Agricuture
Building Tuesday, July 5 at 8
after knowledge of an impending ordinance: ) does up a small firecracker from
depending the amount of the investment their biting
on .
Christmas. He came out and I'm sure you will be hearinga people or crawling a m. to 5 p.m. The Lake Butler
not, of itself give parties a vested right to continue allowing the owner a certain number of years in exploded it, but in the pervading lot about the program and into houses garages, Food Stamp office is open
::::: a business, no matter how long it has been con which to recover his investment after which the distilled and filtered will want to participate. In the swimming pools etc. Tuesday and Thursday of

ducted..." nonconforming use must be abandoned. silence it sounded as loud as a meantime, call or come by her Insects are only one of the each week., '
cannon cracker and the poor office if you have questions or causes of out The Starke office 102 E.
S;: In another case where a property owner had boy frightened out of his wits, need information in the home off-color many thinning in or Call St. will be open for selling
These are just a few excerpts from the 168 pages home and hid under the economics line..The office is in areas grass. Wednesday
:i completed per cent of an apartment building ran Diseases nematodes, dry July 6,8 a.m. to 5
i with knowledge that a pending zone change would dealing with the complicated aspects of noncon- bed." the Agriculture Building on weather and nutritional dis- Monday Starke office is open
forming uses. It is offered here as information North 301 In Starke. She can orders Wednesday and
: prohibit multiple dwellings in the area, the court frequently
be reached the Friday.
;:f:: held that the investment and construction did not which should be common knowledge in the community ,. County Courthouse through phone responsible for such Injury. It
and to officials Is important to be the
1 establish a nonconforming use because the especially public during this number 964-6280 Extension sure of
period when comprehensive plans for both the cause so( the proper treatment The front legs are short and
developer had acted in bad faith. ,- be used ,
s promptly to stout and well for
and the One such 284."I'm adapted
county city are pending. nonconforming -
correct the trouble
: without the
= here to( help In any way tunneling through the soil.
f:# It would be extremely hard for anyone to argues use has already been allowed to ease r I can" Mrs. Yearta said. needless waste of pesticides
::::: that he had obtained a building permit without under the wire in the city and another is presently '"And if I don't know an an- and without further damage to Since mole crickets have

;=1;= prior knowledge of the impending rezoning required proposed. Doubtless there will be other attempts j swer I'm not too proud to ask the grass. only one generation per year

:;:i by the comprehensive/ use plan after before the comprehensive plan can run the gamutof The atttst speed at which a and ,find out." Mole crickets live in the soil and during most May nymphs it Is hatch to

:: two widely advertised public hearings had been red tape that surrounds the adoption of such a j giant tortoise can crawl Is and feed on grass roots. The prevent most possible which
Mrs. damage
II) ., about five yards a minute Since Yearta did not adults are about 1-14 Inches
I i:= held on the matter, in addition to saturation news project. | arrive In time I would like to long and light brown In color occurs later in the year by
1 i coverage and editorial comment not only locally proper timing- of insecticide
,, but in other area news media. But aside from the detrimental aspects to the RIQ applications.

N city and county planning efforts there are the I BRADFORD C4Q Pesticides should be appliedas

{ In addition to the good will question there are interests of the permit applicants to be considered ? damage appears during

,r ::1 other hazards that the proposed nonconforming at least those who are acting in good faith miligi i iAYAItI July Irrigate August before and September..

I user must overcome. In a great preponderance of without knowledge of the impending zoning after applying applicationand Do
:? cases cited in "American Law of Zoning" the changes. r not irrigate after applying

:: requirement of actual use. as distinquished from ''Vai,ore ay BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M.: MilLER' baits. ,

i planned or intended use was imposed by the courts. They should be warned! and thoroughly informed *7O1 Publisher Mole 'cricket' baits with

This precedent is reflected in cases denying a nonconforming about the risks they are taking in pursuing this Pub9ahed Mcrtjhureday and amaed. as'second Oast Matter at the Post Orflc at btarKi, tea.l under various amounts of active
use upon proof of purchase with intent course of action. Then if they choose to proceed Actof Wbreh 3.1879.Subscription Dursban Ingredients of Baygon
for and will ( rate in trade area: 17 : W.ii monttw. Malathion. or Tox .
I preparation use application or issuance of a they do so at their own risk.: per year phene
permit. ; *,'Out*"*"**ai a: ISpwyMr: M JO i month*. are available to home-
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.; directions: on tile
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I .,. f oHV-zazrrc e-a "''' Madison Street Baptist Young People Busy Lwg.1s II

AIRPARK BAPTIST The Madison Street Baptist and a Watermelon Party. Santa Fe lake. The youths
CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH PINE LEVEL BAPTIST Church has been keeping their Approximately 16 young met at the church at 9 a.m. PUBLIC NOTICE

Rev U.D. Brooks Rev."Ben Bryant REV. ROMAN ALVAREZ members busy these past two people enjoyed a day of and left for the outing where NOTICEI The School Board of Bradford
Orange Street Sunday: Sunday School' SUNDAY: Sunday School, weeks with a ski party tubing swimming and water skiing they had a hamburger cookout I will not be responsible for debts County Stake Florid, wi
10 a.m.; Worship service, 11 down the Ichetucknee RiverMadison and spent the rest of the day Incurred by Judy M. Norman or
9:45: a.m. Morning Worship last Saturday June 18 hold Public
on a Hearing on
other than E.D.
SUNDAY! Sunday School 10 11 a.m.; Choir Practice, 5:30: swimming and water skiing. anyone myself.
Church 6:15
a.m.; Training, : Norman. Proposed\ Boise on the Student
a.m. ; Worship Service 11 p.m.; Bible Study, 6:30: p.m.;
p.m.; Evening Worship, : BaptistsTo Section concerning Code of
The 9th 12th 6-302tpd77
a.m.; Evening Worship 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 7pm. through
Conduct and Plan of Pupi
WEDNESDAY t Prayer p.m.Monday Youth Choir 7 WEDNESDAY: Teachers Patriotic graders of the church
: Present town Progression; and other student
Service 7 p.mALLEN. Meeting. 7 p.m.; Mid-Week Saturday June 25 tubing
rule, starting with Rule 6110
p.m.Wednesday Service 7:30 Choir the Ichetucknee River. They NOTICEI
: p.m.;
----- : Regularly Practice. 8:30 p.m. Madison Street Baptist made America great) and left at 9 a.m. and took lunchesfor I will not be respomfcle for through 6419 on June 30 1977
scheduled activities; Hour of .-0n others. the day of tubing. debt other than my own after at 7 p.m. In the school boardroom
Church will have special services -
CHAPEL Power, 7:30: p.m. June 16, 1977. of the County Administrative
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL Special The Sr. Citizens at Madison
Sunday July 3, starting music will be
A.M.E. Friday: Youth Recreation, 7 office.
to 10 Rev.John Flynn with a patriotic service at the presented by the choir and Street enjoyed a watermelon Winngham
"The Friendly Church" p.mS__C. SUNDAY: 8:30: a.m. Holy 11 a.m. service. minister of music. social at Mrs Gladys 6/164tpd 7/7
St.. Starke Eucharist; 9:15: a.m. Choirs The service will include a The sermon will be called Wasdins' house on Saturday Copies d these proposed
Rev H.C, I lleaslie, Pastor FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Practice; 10:00: a.m. Holy pledging of the Allegiance to "God and the Declaration of evening, June 25. Rules may be obtained from the

SUNUAVi, CHURCH Eucharist. the American flag, Christian Independence" presented by PLYMPTON SIGNS Superintendent' Office on
9:30 Sunday School Dr Jack Hand minister TUESDAY '9:30: a.m. flan and lIoly Bible. Various .the pastor. North Temple Avenue, Start.
: a.m.. Morning Worship, Prayer Group in Church members will present read- The public is invited to come NOTICE Florid .
Ham.first Evening Worship, g i SUNDAY: Sunday School. Building. Ings about America (what and share this day of worship Legate NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR This I Is In cornptence Florida
p.m., Sunday only: love! 9:30: a.m.; Morning Worship Soso
ANYONE DOING Statute, Chapter 73-310 as
feast 7:30: p.m. Friday before! 11 a.m. ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Don. larding SelectedFor
first Sunday UNDER THE NAME OF enacted by the 1974 Florida
CALVARY BAPTIST practice, 7:30: pm. Rev. Patrick II. Foley Youth ConcertDon AND ORDER TOSHOWCAUSE THAN THE IMMEDIATE Thomas L. Casey Jr.
CHURCH 000 FAMILY. Superintendent of School.
Jim mack, Pastor GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH Masses: Saturday 7 p.m., Harding, son of Mr. tural horizons of the youth TO: All persons, firm, or corpor Signed 6/163tchg 8/30
Highway IOOA South Sunday 11 a.m., Monday 7 and Mrs. Thomas B. Harding, musicians.Don ations owning, having or John W. Plympton

SUNDAY Sunday School, SUNDAY! Bible School 10 p.m., Tuesday 8:30: a.m., Jr., of Odenton, Maryland and claiming any Interest In these Ztcha 6-30-7-7

9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship am.; Morning Worship, 11 Wednesday. 6:30: p.m., paternal grandson of Mr and plays the trumpet and properties. ............................
Thomas B.
Thursday 8:30 a.m. first Mrs. Harding
11 a.m.; Evening Worship, 7 am. ; Children's Choir plans to attend the Universityof
p.m. Wed Services, 7:30 p.m, Practice, 6-15: p.m.; Training Friday of month, 8:30 a.m.. maternal grandson of Mr. and Maryland in College Park YOU ARE NOTIFIED that INVITATION TO BID
esn Union 7 Confessions: Monday 6 p.m. Mrs. J.T. Lawson all of this fall and major in music. pursuant to Chapter. 706, Dolph
p.m.' ; Evening 6:45: p.m., or upon request. Starke has been selected to E. Reddish, Sheriff, Bradford BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Of BRADFORD -
Worship, 8pm.WEDNESDAY. THE
FlltST AS.KMBLY OF Parish Council Meetings participate in the "America's -------_ County Florida, has made a COUNTY WILL RECEIVE SEALED BIDS AT 10 A.M. ON

"The Happy.Oil; Church Bible Study and: Prayer, fourth Monday of each month. Youth In Concert" 1977 Nathan O.Tillis report that the following properties MONDAY JULY 11. 1977,TN THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERSROOM
7:30: p.m.; Adult Choir Altar Society Meetings program. Nathan O. Tillis, 82. of 509 have been seized: AT COUNTY COURTHOUSE FOR
Hwy. 16 Starke atWeldunSt. Practice, 8:15: p.m. 1st Monday of each month. The program is sponsoredby Highway 575 Dade City, Manufacturer Raleigh; Model FIRE AND EMENDED COVERAGE ON THE FOLLOWING
"A Church Where Every ---- the Universal AcademyFor Florida died Tuesday!, June Record; Color, blue; Type. Girls COUNTY BUILDINGS:
body is Someb."Iv"ceen Music, Princeton, New 2lst 10 speed; Serial 36433.
10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 SMYRNA riAtTISI CHURCH Jersey. Funeral services were held Manufacturer Ross; Modal

a.m.; ,Evening Worship, Bethel Baptist Church Elder T.e.Williams Purpose of the program is to June 25th from the Chapel of Grand Prix; Color Lavender; COURTHOUSE BUILDING tl.000.000) .00
6*> Russell Davis Pastor "On the search for"a demonstrate internationally Coleman & Ferguson Funeral Type, Boys 10 speed; Serial I CONTENTS OF BUILDING 100.000.00HEALTH
WEDNESDAY : Youth Sunday School 10 friendly church the and fine 905779.
a.m.; high quaVy Home in Dade City with Rev.
meeting, 7 p.m.; Bible Study Morning Worship 11 a.m.; character of American youth Marvin Strickland, Pastor of Manufacturer Staiger; Model

7pm.Pastor Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.; Welcome to Smyrna while enriching and ex- the Oak Ridge Baptist Church Commodore; Color. White; CLINIC BUILDING 70.00000
Robert Harden Wednesday, Prayer Meeting panding the musical and cul- officiating. Type, Boys 10 speed; Serial! i OF BUILDING 15.00300/
Welcome one and all! 7:30p.: SUN'DAY: : Sunday School. none. CONTENTS
-.00-e05Mrs. Graveside services were
---- names 10 a.m.. Worship Service 11 Manufacturer Lama,.; Model
held 3 at the
FIRSTCIIRIiiTIAN: GRAHAM BAPTISTRev. a.m., B.T.S., 5:45 p.m.:, :Mabel II.Johnson Brown at p.m. Saturday in Starke Sport; Color Green; Type Boys
('1 II''IU'II .James Starling Evening Worship 7 p.m.All Mrs. Mabel H. Johnson 76, Florida Cemetery with burial following., 10 speed. Serial 1849611.Manufacturer. MAINTENANCE SHOP RD. DEPARTMENT 26,00000
JIIII.ovt.I\1inlder! visitors are warmly of St. Augustine died Wednesday -
A native of Bradford Schwinn; Model BUILDING 6,000.00
SUNDAY! Sunday School, welcomed June 22 at her home.A CONTENTS OF
County Mr. Tillis came' to Varsity; Color White/\/ ; Type.
SUNDAY: Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 .0so member of the Calvary Dade 41 from Boy 10 speed. Serial I none 80,00000 '
9:4: am, a.m. Training Union, 6pm. Church Mrs. Johnson City years ago AGRICULTURE BUILDING .
: morning service,, ; ; STAKKKCIIUKtllOFGOI Baptist Starke. He was a retired and you we required to file your BUILDING 8.00000
10:45: a.m.; youth group, t i, WEDNESDAY:' : MidWeek ) had resided in St. Augustine carpenter for Lykes Pasco j 'claim within 30 days from the CONTENTS OF

p.m.; evening worship, 7 Prayer Service 7:30: p.m. Rev. M.E.Drake for the past 43 years. Packing Company lit. Da del .date of this Notice on Dolph E.

p.m.; Choir practice 8pm\ nsKINGSLEY Survivors include: five City He was a member the Reddish, Sheriff Bradford AUTO INSPECTION STATION 20,000.00(

W.UNfSIIA'Bible: LAKE BAPTIST Sunday: Sunday School 10 daughters, Mrs. Margie Pine Level Baptist Church of County, and/or show. cause CONTENTS OF BUILDING 5,00000
Study, 8pm. 11 llubner, Flora Home, Mrs. Starke. within 30 day from this datewhy
eon C Rev.! Paige Brown a.m.; Morning Worship Alma Revels Palatka Mrs.
the property should not be )
Survivors include two
PINKCROVEMElllODISTUIUKH: : ; SUNDAY: Sunday School a.m.; Evening Worship, 7 Mrs. COUNTY JAIL
Blalock Starke
Faye forfeited and aid by publication ..10.000.00.UBRARY
daughters Mrs. Geneva .
10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 p.m. CONTENTS OF BUILDING
: : ; Carol Sasser and Mrs. Betty In.he manner provided In
Norman and Mrs Nona "Ma"Baker
Rev lien I L.ColemanSUND.11' a.m.; Church training 6:30: Wednesday! : Family Oladell both of St. Augustine; Chapter 60. Florida Statutes. )
7:30 both of Dade City one : 85000.00
p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: Training Hour : p.m. three sisters, Mrs. Eva Hall ; BUILDING
: Sunday School, p.m. Friday: Prayer Meeting. Melrose. Mrs. T.R. Gornto son, James O Tillis of DATED THIS: June 7. 1977 CONTENTS OF BUILDING 100,000.00(
WEDNESDAY: 7:30 7:10: p.m. Nokomis Fla.; one brother, SIGNED: Dolph E. Reddtab.
9:45: a.m.. :Morning Worship, : p.m. and Mrs. Jewell Grainger,
---- James L. Tillis of Ft. Myres Sheriff FIREECANDV&MM
II I a m.; Evening Services ---- both of Grandin; nine grand- '
is also survived
Fla. He by 18
7:11I:: children and nine great-
p.m.TIIUI1SIAY BAPTISTSUNDAY CHURCH grandchildren, 39 great Telephone No. 964-6280; Ext. POLICY TO BE EFFECTIVE JULY 15. 1977
: Prayer grandchildren.Funeral grandchildren and 5 great 286 6/Z3 Ztcnfl o/J
School !
Meeting? in p m : Sunday services were held
10 a.m., Morning Worship and 204 N.Water St Friday June 24, at. Calvary great grandchildren. 6/16 4tchg 7/7

t'mSTUTIIOIHST#..:.. .:..,... Services i for., the Deaf i a,m., SUNDAY: Sunday School' Baptist Church in St.viiimu ------------
Training Union, 6:30: p.m. it) a.m.; Worship services"" u Augustine with Rev. Carl
Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. a.m., and 7 p.m. Franklin officiating. Burial
Sunday Church School for WEDNESDAY Bible Tax Official's ServIces
WEDNESDAY: Mid-week :
all ages 9-43: a m, Morning Service and Bible Study 7:30: p.m.
I Prayer Craig Funeral Home of St. I
Worship (Nursery provided) Study, 7:30: p.m.> Choir FRIDAY: Young People'Augustine was in charge of SUWANNEE RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT 181 Property Appraiser's and Tax
II a.m., Practice 8:15 Service, 7.30: .! Collector's Fees 15,000(
: pm

.". Sub Total .. ...,. '" .'IC,tvvi_ ..,.* :w J .,
You are hereby notified that the Governing Board of the ,
Suvvanoee River Water Management District will hold a public Contractual Service
hearing at its Headquarters White Springs, Florida commencingat

10:308.m.,July 21. 1977, for the purpose of adopting a budget, or 203 Printing and Binding 6.000 -
as the same may be amended, for the fiscal year commencing October 204 Publication of Notices 4.300
SEAVICTIRE 1. 11T7 and ending September 30 1978 Said hearing may be 205 Maps and Blueprints 2.000
continued from day to day until terminated by the Board. 207 Postage 2,500

214 Cooperating Agencies 13,500
All persons their attorneys or agents, owning real or personal 215 Photographic Expense 500
property subject to taxation In the following counties are Invited to 219 Surveys/ and Inspection O-
SERVICE appear before said board and show their objections to said proposed! 221 Public Meetings Exhibits
tentative budget, which is hetlnafter published in full: and Conference Expanse

332 5000
Counties In District Columbia, Dixie Gdchnst Hamilton
964-88O1 222 Promotion of the District
CORNER OF WALNUT ST. & HWY 16 STARKE Lafayette, Madison Suw rwwe. Taylor Union. 226 Travel 20,000

Counties Partially In District- Alachua Baker Bradford Jef- 227 Utilities 8.500

..Person. Levy Putnam. 228 Communication Expense 14,000
229 Maintenance and Repairs
Remington Michelin FUNDS ON HAND BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 1977 (Buildings and Grounds) 14.60Q.!

)) IEE RE i Goodrich 230 Maintenance end Repairs (Mobile) ".000'
Tires :. 1 231 Maintenance and RepairSuppord( ) 2,500
( Estimated unobligated or net balance on handat
Iff" 290 Other Contractual Services 15,000
beginning of 1977-78 fiscal year $34.600

Sub Total 1 107.800 ,

* * but Estimated unexpended balance(Waccasassa on hand committed Basin) 6,000TOTAL

''iAGR D SO1 e 40,600

: OPENING INCOME OCTOBER 1.1977-SEPTEMBER30,1978 Commodities

Anticipated from State Legislature 301 1.000
Pests end Fittings
* * * * General Appropriation 375,000 302 Office Materials and Supplies 8.500

304 Fuel and Lubricants 7.500
Estimated from permit fee 18,000 :305 Small Tools and Minor Equipment 2.200

Sale Prices 308 Book 50
Estimated from Interest on certificate 307 Chemical Supplies -0-

of deposit: 2.000 309 Photographic Supplies I 800
Good S 310 Lumber and Wood Products 800
Anticipated from local district taxes 446,400 311 Metal Products 500

Thru 313 Agricultural Suppfes 1,000
TOTAL f 840,400 315 JanItor' Supplies 2.000

July S 318 Laboratory Supple _3,700
L Unobligated fund available 34,600

2 .. 320: Drafting SuppNe.. 3.700
f 4t. TOTAL .J 1875,000EXPENDITURESOCTOBER1,1977SEPTEMBER3 390 Other Commodities 1,500
>, 1978
., Sub Total 33,250
g Capital Outlay Current Charge

e.. 039 Land -O- 401 Rental of Office and Buidng -O10,000-
q4'v 040 Buidbigs 20,000 402 Rental of
t.4 Equipment
4, 041 Books 300 403 Insurance Surety Bonds 500
042 Office, Lab & Field Equipment 15,500 404
Insurance Workman Compensation 6,000
0. 0
vS 046 Mobile Equipment ;

O\o 046 Other Capital Outlay 1,000 405 Insurance Auto Fleet Liability
o. "" '
408 nurence Budding Burglary. 3.000( .
Sub Total $ 36,800
407 Insurance Building

*X. Personal Service 408 Insurance Other ***

... .. .' 490 Other Current Charges ,. A. ... 1.000
4J4w 101 Ftofesnoral Fee and '
S Consulting ". ;. "
..... Services 18,000 Sub Total S 21.000
c 103 Salaries 360,000

it ".- Surplus or contingency to fund first quarter
:!j.O Sub Total $ 366.000 i Fiscal Year 1978-79 due to lack of cash on!hand

r during said quarter and for other oontingancie
,. oar :District Matching Share which may arise during 1977.78 Fiscal Year 178,000
,. '
0 .. 60 0' 120 Group Insurance i .700 TOTAL 876.000v ,
121 Retirement Contribution .
33,000I {
: 0" 0\0 I 123 Oairr for Unemployment .. .p ,I :. .. .r'
,. Compensation .".,... ) i 4}
125 Employees FICA Payroll I

Contribution 23,500 Based! upon the latest available 1978 tax roll, the e*Brat d nispe
:C N .3 necessary to raise said$448,4001*approximately.36 mil*
Open Sub Total 8 61,200

..%. .. Daily ''Otfier Personal Service I .."''I' ") 'r I., Ial Donald O. Morgan
o I
% Hon. Sat. IwM40' Common and Casual Wags 1 13!x i,. 'i' s.OOO( Donald O. Margin

141 Part-tima AHtants '- ,12,950 u Execurtw Director:
7:301.6:00Closed: : 142 Student Assistant Program .. 10.000 ; .; 's un nn** Rrr WrMrxjsrnnt ''
150 USGS Co-op Program. 30,000 District

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1\f\ Braves Beat Lawtey Gold 8-6 ; Win 2nd .Half DYB American Title I II

points in the games was their type playoff Cor the Recreation two out of three tournament.The first managed to pull a 10-10( tie bottom of the sixth start,scoring three runs in the!
I Two consecutive wins by the stealing ability. In the first Department's DYB Braves started off The game of the Dixie from the Braves, thus forcingthe The Braves managed to first by John Francis, Scott
: Braves, one Monday and one game of the playoff three American league champion, strong, scoring four runs in Youth Boys playoff games Braves to play one of the bring In two more runs,one by Hudson and Michael LeMire,
Tuesday both against the bases were stolen in just one the Braves, and the DYB the first Inning, and then sat began Monday night, with the three games that were rained Tranus and one by Hudson In all getting to base on walks.In .
!Mots gave the Braves the inning with scattered National champion, the back and didn't score in the' Braves taking it 10-6 against the sixth, but that's as far as the second they picked up
Dixie Youth Baseball dealings throughout the rest Giants, will be played. next two. Every player from the The Mets. out.The Braves played Lawtey they could go. three additional runs, but .'.
American League Championship of the the Braves Meta got off to an early Lawtey Gold made a surging .
game. got to base on Gold Thursday night In that They got on base three more
in best two out of three The Mets had won the first Braves Mets S lead scoring all of their six shot to tie the but came :
-- either a walk or a wild Ditch the extra game, where they won times after that,on a single by game .,:; ;
runs by end of the
play. half of play and the Braves the The Braves mopped up the except John David Francis, It fourth. the game and the second half Vince Culverson and both up one run short, leaving the
didn't look
Neither wins was by any second in DYB American tournament Tuesday night who made it to base on a too good for the of championship, 8-4. Raymond Workman and Rick score 6-5.
great margin, the first game play leading to the playoff. when they pulled it out over fielder's choice. Braves at this point, as by the The Braves led all the way Welch were walked, but no The rest of the game was '..
10-6 and the second 9-5. Time permitting In the next the Mets 9-5 in their second The Mets tied themselves up end of the fourth they had in the six inning game with one was able to get home, pretty quiet, with the Braves ;
One of the Braves strong two weeks. n World 3;;,.rlo.. consecutive win in this best with the Braves in the third only scored one run. John D. Tranus getting three ending the game 1010. scoring another two runs and -
----u In the fifth
inning, scoring three to they really In that decided the Lawtey Gold another run, this
runs singles, scoring four runs and a game
w1p--1 I 9 Lk 1 1rt add to the one they got in the packed it in,and though, scoring getting 3-for-4 ,overall and outcome of Dixie Youth one by Eddie Hernden, after a '.''
seven runs taking the -
first. lead.A Scott Hudson had two singles Baseball American League single '.
The Mets weren't able the second the Overall, Williams went 3-
to of and scored two runs, leaving play for half
score the rest of the lot bases were stolen In ahead of for-4, Lex Parrish l-for-4,
game, that inning also. One each him with a 2-for-4. Braves came out
the Braves picked another by Gold 8-6 thus James Williams l-for-3 and
up The Braves picked up their Lawtey ,
five, winning the game. Vince Culverson,after his single; runs a few at a time throughout becoming champions of the Eddie Hernden 2-for-l, for
after his
Even though the Braves the game. second half of play.It Lawtey Gold.
came out ahead, it wasn't due double land and by Charles Strick- For the Angels, Fred was a close game all the For the Braves, Francis,
after his
their single. Connor rallied to the forefrontin way and it must be said that Hudson, LeMire and Charles
to The
hitting ability. Threeof Mets had little action In
Strickland all went l-for-4.
the sixth, with a home run, even though Lawtey Gold
the men who made it home the last two innings but the
during the fourth and fifth Braves picked an addi- bringing in Blaine Dyal, who ultimately lost, they put in a Even: though regularly
did tional up was on first with a single. good show with six hits to the scheduled American League
innings so after two runs and three
they Three of those play Is over, this game was
made After which Billy Pietz got Braves four.
it to base on walks. more stolen bases, two by
made third base- played to make up for one of
Two of the Braves, Charles Hudson and one by Mike himself a single and later hits were by
Strickland and Mike LeMire Waters.In scored on it, leaving the game man Mitch Williams. the three games that were
for the the The Braves off to a good rained out for the Braves.Don't .
made it home after their the Angels last game of 10-8( Angels at got .
doubles. the season, Wednesday, they

13,14 Year Olds Offered

Drop The Anchor

Baseball For First Time

Na Since Pony LeagueThe When You Need Printing. .


\ .". T season is coming to a After that, the Merchants just
close for Dixie Boys baseball couldn't seem to pull them-
with their end of season selves together, striking out Let Us Print
AMKHU'AN: = .STARS tournament to start July 7, but man after man, with intermittent -
First How Left lu KlKht: John l>a\i and ;Mitch\\i 11I11 111". I
Jimmy Schot'ninllikt': \\utrrs.Jeff Taylor the Dixie Boys themselves. walks. II
Srcmid How l.pftto Might: Grunt William! Emmett Watkiiis. Handy Conner Blaine Dyal, This is the first that
Viiivr C'ulverson,Scott I Hudson, Hilly Kritz,a Anthony \\illiaim. Coach Mike !IMcltae Is missing there has been a year baseball Keystone didn't make it ..II Ii 98
from' the picture. program for 13-and 14-year through an inning without ,.....
olds in Bradford County since scoring at least four runs, but Letterheads -
the Pony League of three when the fifth inning rolled
years ago. around, it seemed as though Brochures .. Years
There are two teams now, they weren't trying any more,
the Merchants and the only scoring one run to add to Sales Books -
Civitans, but, Recreation their already overwhelming I In
r Director Cheryl Godwin said Garage repair
she hopes this number will up
itself to four by next season. By the bottom of the sixth Tickets -
There are about 47 boys inning, the score was tied 5-5, Business
leaving the Dixie Youth Boys with the Civitans at bat. The
tr League this season and, Miss Civitans were unable to score Contracts -
Godwin said if they stick with that inning,even though one of I In''
T11T it, the Dixie Boys numbers their players Rowdy Waters Booklets -
r et r will be growing. had made it to third base.
I When the Pony League was The Merchants were unableto Direct Mail Pieces
>"... around, Miss Godwin said, pick up any in the seventh Our
# there wasn't enough feeding striking out the first. two
from one league to another, players, and the third flew out You Name It .
but she said she thinks this to the second baseman.The Trade
trend will take a turn for the
better and we should see the Civitans brought in two
} I', Dixie Boys around for awhile runs in the bottom of the
r yet. seventh by S. Allen and E. Area

In the league, the Mer- McGee, winning the game. I
chants are 4-1-1 and the
Civitans are 25. For the Merchants:Goodgewas
r 2-for-3, along with Clark I
.t i s ClvlUns Merchants 5 and Polk. For the Civitans, K. I M
::. 1 y. ').t Griffis was l-for-2 and C.
rya It was a tight game for t the>4 Johnson'. -w Z.f4J,."" ',
Y Merchants and the Civitans rnsr
Monday) night, but the
Civitans pulled it out in the KII Merchants 1
bottom of the seventh, endingthe
First How Left to Bight| : John liennrlf, flay :Norman; Andy (Chaff Brian Williams. Johnny game 7-5. match The Merchants for Keystone were no in
Itrowii," Robert ('arter. and :alike Colxin. The Merchants /
only run was Tuesday night Dixie Boys'play
Second Bow Left to lliltht:'Slim ;Norman; Aaron. Itichie Fender Little
Billy Stephen Randy .scored by Kenny Griffis, after as Keystone stomped the r
picture.Parado, Bruce Red berg, Kenny D.iUs and Larry Long, Coach Jim Kurney is missing from the his single in the first i"<'in0 Merchants 26.1.Athletic v

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;Stunnterl:: f, Jackets i', i

Credit Offerrrd In Business Since 1 1'897m
Students in grades( !9-12 can Up

earn physical one-half education a credit( this in EARTHWORMSe Award jackets for those --
( (Dt! ( (D
summer through a program students who participated in
beginning July 5. Can You Answer "YES" to These Questions'" summer sports at Bradford ilfir r iEroQULtOLQL
r'K: instructor and athletic
School be
I Do like! Irvestork'1. High can now pickedup
director David llurse said you tawny' "
at the field house
iin>one in grades 9-12 interested 2 Do you want a business, of' your own-' accordingto
.. Coach David Hurse.
in participating( 3 Do you need rvtiTvrwnl or extra ,inrutiu* TEI1EEI::: ( ( ( :
should report to the field 4 Do you have A 1>+,.0.yard nr nthr Umtf 1ft) aE1I Hurse said the field house
house next Tuesday July 5. at opens each week day at 9 a.m.
!9.i l i m to signup, Coach llurse PERHAPS YOU CAN BECOME A WORM GROWER! for students to come by and 135 W. Call Starke. Fla. 964.6305
I said all activities will he offered pick up the long awaited
including softball ,jackets.
Uiscball. handball and tennis. IF ACCEPTED AS A PRODUCER. WE OFFER

Also opl'nill bt the grin D.oe, ,.:,,.,31 I! (--1 Mar ketin Service: -
ro eExchange.v"u wane g
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t wsN Madison Street Baptist Second I

"1 Invitational Softball Testj: i

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Madison St. racked an second, where they scored overall r.
.... Eight teams competed this first game to the Gospel impressive 14-5 win over up First five runs, and the seventh, Cain brought in the third "ti "',
Lighthouse from Jack-
of the
,W weekend in IS games sonville 118. Baptist in that game, scoringsix where they came in with run after his single ''
h Madison Street Tournament
t "-. runs in the fourth inning seven runs. Duncan, Blalock, Starke First Hdptsil played 'v t /
They played ball
some good
.. with Starke's Madison and getting five singles by Teston, Williams, Allday and two games and even though .
the loss
; second though despite ,with a
Baptist taking place. singled and Osteen couldn't a out of
Osteen, Cain, Williams, Chitty gota they pull win
home run by Bennett and
had 5-2 an
? Madison Street a
Overall, Blalock was either of them, T
Christmas and Chitty and a triple. they played
infield by Osteen.Some
overall for the tournament.The
2-for-4. Bennett was 3-for-5, ball <
double Bennett. some impressive <
-," ', first place winners, the outstanding overalls for the Testone 3-for-5, Williams, 4- Their first was 'i:
winner Bennett game
;I, '" .. Ht ),' Church of God and Prophecyout game were by Eddie Blalock Trophy
,",.t:: could do no wrong in this for-5, and Cain 2for3. against Church of God where ,4.
with 3-for-4, Bennett witha
of Jacksonville, had a 4-1 a : 3-
tournament record. for-3, and Osteen with a 3-for- fourth game for Madison St., The sixth game gave they lost 16-11, but Barry .4
Madison St. a 16-4 win knocked home and '
racking up a fourth home run Baptist two runs a *
fielderfor 4.
Joey Bennett in the sixth Inning of this game over Jacksonville Church of single for the team.
the In the second
Madison Street, got Street game fareda against Faith Temple of God and Prophecy, the First Baptist also got 19 hits i.
'., best batting average trophy Baptist Jacksonville. Madison St. ultimate winners of the out of a total :IJ at bats.
for the tournament, with an little better, beating Lawtey
tournament. In their second and last
the 17- t
ultimately won game
18-for 26 overall fora .692 LWCI 13.10 with Bennett
Madison St. had 26 hits out game against Jacksonville }
\ batting average. Eddie rallying for the team again 11.The fifth inning was the of 56 chances at bat, with Faith Temple they lost 14.5. ':
with three-run homer hit in
Blalock had second place a
killer for Madison St. scoring Blalock getting a perfect 4-for- hut !got a homo run slammedin
the second, with Duncan,
with .689.
"..." batting averages a nine runs and getting singles 4 for the game. l bJ J'ruillt in the seventh.
Third in the tourna- Blalock and Chitty on base.
place from Duncan, he hit two of The last game of the tournament There were four out of t the fiverunti'
Duncan and Pace for-3
ment went to the Gospel Lightof were
t pitted Madison St. scored in that Inning
these, Blalock, Bennett,
Jacksonville and fourth for that game and Teston hada
Teston, Chitty and triples against Church of God again "done l with Milner coming inn !
place to Faith Temple of 2for4. from Osteen and Cain. this time the Church of iod :"" I'rualt's homer after hisnun
Bennett just couldn't
Jacksonville. stop 1
-- In Madison Street's fifth pulling it over on Madison St. single and Moxley, eenv
them out of the ball
e Starke First Baptist was Bennett did it 8-3 But Bennett went out with ith his injured ankle, coming
game again
also in the tournament, butdidn't during the tournament,
PRESBYTERIAN park hitting his third home run in getting a home run and two a flying finish, two home runs in tilting with Carter, who had.
Kneeling(l-r): Steve Thomas Mike Sander, Buddy Paterson. and Pete Pucket. out of last the long.first Losing two two Madison Street's third game. singles, going 3-for-S overall. for the game with 11 2-for-3 a I'inJtII' I
Standing ((1-r): Randy McGovern. Matt llerres. Phil Vellenga. Randy Martin, and Larry'Paterson. First Baptist was quickly games out Teston also came to the Madison! Street Baptsit won
Hack Row: Dale Haas and Bruce Jackson. team's aid in the this game over Jacksonville :
of the running. game
Madison Street didn't get off against Gainesville's First Gospel Lighthouse 16-7 with Baptist Blue Angels :1
to a very good start, losing the Baptist with a homer. outstanding Innings in the

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in the first inning Grace
t. ; This week's play slow for theWomen's Baptist picked up eight of I
Church pitch their 19 runs, but five of their I
Softball, sponsored by City players who made it home got
Recreation Department, to base on balls. In fact there
showed some high scoring were 17 walks for Grace
games with Grace Baptist Baptist throughout the game.
getting it over First Baptist Even though Grace Baptist
Blue 19-15 and the Fellowship
ultimately) won the game, they
Angels beating First Baptist only had two hits to First
Gold .
155.Grace Baptist Blue's 16.
Baptist's strong win For First Baptist, June
was mostly due to the 17 walks with
Norman went :3-for-4
they.got from First Baptist three singles, two of which she
LADIES GIRLS 2 TO 6x MEN'S Blue. scored on;Tracy George,witha
After this week's play, the
2-for-4 and two singles,

INDIA IMPORT 2 PC. SHORT SETS KNIT SHIRTS Fellowship Baptist a tie Blue for Angels first, both.are place with caughtin with 3-1 singles Martha, going Grable:3-for-4 had, Michelle double three

Sapp had a single, a
records.Grace is third
GAUZE SHIRTS Baptist and a triple for a 3-for-4 and
with a 2-2 and First Baptist
Esther Pearson was 2-for-3
,r Gold is trailing in fourth, witha .
with two singles.Throughout
.V\, .. 0-4. i the game.
2 $300 $200 Grace Baptist kept at least a
three-run lead over First
994 'F' { SETS Grace 19-FB Blue IS Baptist Blue.

Grace and First
"I Baptist
FB Gold 5-Fell.Angels 15
1 Baptist Blue were racking up
rr. .>M Solid color box.r thorti MADE TO.IlawroeN the runs in Monday night's Monday night's game
I Cl.v.rlyroordlno.d game, but Baptist Blue didn't seemed be
to match for the
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,. prlnt.d loptMachln $3" Grace Baptist went on to win went 15-5 over First Baptist
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Phillips was hoping to land a
$15 and Norm
z: trophy bass as he pulled out of "Pat was picking".
was grinning.
his driveway Saturday landed nine ,and
) $387 Norm a
morning,June 18, and headed bass
=- for Dunnellon Back Waters for
"- 'Popul..pullO", : the June tournament. along" with several smaller
11."c w.1.1. ;)ass. Norm won the tournament -
But he about
as pondered
S"ch." TO the day ahead, he also kept thewith the base pounds
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1 "M', rolyN'.r ann 787 like to congratulate Norm for
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and also J
\ try something different. He his superb fishing
also knew he had Pat Welch as congratulate Don Thompson
/ who also Is always a com
a partner Pat knows these
----- waters pretty Rood, and if petitor.
4 ROLL DELTA BOYSY there are bass close by, Pat All of the bassmasters are
will show one. capable of landing a trophy,
Several of you the bassmasters but those 10 pound bass are
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Bass wishes,
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IL Madison Street; Takes Men Church Championship I

J. I one right up to the end, but in PLAYOFF GAME the sixth. game of the playoff games for -
: Madison Street
t A turn in
Mad. St.8-F. Presby. 7 the Men's Church League
Baptist's favor came about The second game of the Tensions were high as they
Monday night, when, after the second game, Madison St. !Men's\ Church Playoff gameswas entered the seventh, with the whelming proved an win easy for Madison over-
losing the first game of the walked over Presbyterian.Joey a close one, but Madison score 8-7,but Presbyterian got Street Baptist as they
last 2 of 3 playoff to Bennett was the big
games three consecutive
Street edged it out 87. outs, on an First
First Presbyterian, they wenton gun for Madison Street in both the stomped over Presby. .
At the end of the fourth error to shortstop, a short terian 195.
to win two consecutive, games, hitting one home run had baseman combination '
inning, Madison Street stop-first P
it ?
Joey Bennett was again,
beating Presbyterian 8-7 and! m the first game, and two in scored eight runs, and would ,and a fly out to the center l hitting two home runs for w,
of the second.
19.5, for the champion score no further for the rest of fielder, ending the game. Madison ww -
Men's Church League slow terian were both 13-2 for the the game.Presbyterian. Both Madison Street and the
pitch softball sponsored by the season, causing the playoff. had only Braves managed to get 13 hits Presbyterian couldn't seemto
Starke Recreation Depart- The Senior Boys were third scored three by this time, out of the game and each team get it together, remaining p ..ra.
ment. with 9-6 record and First picked up another one duringthe had one home run. Madison scoreless in the first three +w
Baptist was fourth at 59. and another three in St. got theirs from Joey
The first game was a close fifth, innings, having one hot streakin
Bennett, who had socked
the second where they s sE
PlaceIn seven out of the field for picked up their on ly five runs,
Gatorettes Take First Madison St.. in this weekend's and not scoring again in the NS IAv
I tournament. First Presbyterian fifth. t .3 dipO 11es
got theirs from Dale In the fourth inning,
Women's Slow-Pitch SoftballFirst Haas, who also hit a single in Presbyterian got four singles, ?i

the game, going 2-for-4. one each out of Mike Sanders,.

the game as they did not have Steve Thomas, Buddy a
place winner of the enough players. more than five players up to Overall, Gary Osteen went Paterson and Larry Paterson,
Women's slow-pitch Softball bat in an inning, and only had 3-for-4, Bennett was 3-for-4 and doubles out of Dale Hans
league Open was determinedin four singles throughout the and Dwayne Alday was 2-for-3 and Randy Martin.
Wednesday night play, as MacDonalds 12. DuPont 8 whole game. for Madison St. for Presby- Madison Street came up -
the Gatorettes shut out Coltrane and Linda Cub- terian, Mike Sanders was 3- with 19 hits for the game, with !MADISON STREET BAPTIST
MacDonalds, 8-0 in the city With MacDonald's win over bedge were both 3-for-4 and for-4 with three singles and four of their players going 3- Kneeling (l-r): Eddie Blalock,Joey Bennett,Kenny Chitty, Edward Christmas, Bob Patterson,
Recreation Department DuPont in Wednesday night's Redding was 2-for-4 for the Randy McGovern was 2-for-4 for-4. They were Gary Osteen, and Stuart Duncan.

sponsored play. Women's Open play, this puts Gatorettes. with two singles. Bennett, Wayne Testone and Left to Right Standing: Randall Davis, Calvin Page, Gary Osteen, Gareth Jones, Dwayne I
With the Gatorettes over- DuPont and MacDonalds tied Overall for the season, the Lamar Williams. Eddie ,
Alday George Shuford, Mike Gaskins, Wayne Test on, Lemar Williams Harold Branhem and
whelming win, this puts themin for last place in the league Gatorettes are 7-1 and the 1\IadSt.l -F, Presby.5 Blalock was 2-for4 and P.D. Charles Blalock missing Is P.D.-Caln.
first place with a 7-1 season with 2-6 for the season so far. Dominoes, 53. The third and. deciding! Cain was 2for3.
record and no chance for the Even though MacDonaldswon
Dominoes, with a 5-3 record, ,both teams got 11 hits out :
to catch up, as there is only of the game. April Land Sales Total $777,265 I
one more game for each team. Mary Felton for DuPont SIDE
Wednesday night's play went 4-for-4 with four singles, 'ctiES i
leaves DuPont and Mac- and Teita Mercer went 2for4with

Donalds tied for last place, two singles. Land sales continue their Whitehead and wife to RonaldE. wife, Lot 10, Pine Acres Park of NEV4 of Sec. 3, T6S, R22E,
with 2-6 overall records. For MacDonalds Sandra slow pace in this start of the Tomlinson and wife, N"i of Subdivision, $7,233. $100.Earl
Dominoes 19. Big!Mac 1 Darley was 2-for-3 with two second quarter, with April NE'4 of SW>/. of Sec. 3, T6S, William R. Alderman and Lynn Braden to
singles, Janice Jockel was 2- sales totalling $77,265 in R22E $4,200.Stanley wife to Carl T Darrah, a Gertrude Lorraine Braden,
It was no contest for the for-4 with a double and a Bradford County. R. Miller and wife, parcel in NWV4 of NWV4 of parcel in NE corner of' NWV4of
Dominoes Wednesday night, triple, and Karen Macy was 2- Compared to other sales of to Town and Country Homesof Sec. 5, TBS, R22E, $100.. SEV4. Sec. 22, T6S; R21E,
June 22, as they stormed 19-1 for-4 with two singles. this year, April sales'were E. Central, Fla. Nto of Louise Snyder Renner and $13,000.
over MacDonalds.The MacDonalds led all the way .g above the average, with NEW of SW'/4, of SEc. 3 T6S, Fenella Snyder Prather to The Ott Corporation to
Dominoes racked up 22 during this game, taking an 'January sales being $890,351 R22E, one acre, $2,500. David W. Moore and wife, E'i Richard C. Martin and wife,
hits in this game and got 13 early 4-1 lead in the first Inning February sales, $560,999 andMarch : Keystone Developers of of Lot 17 of Block F, New Lot 12, Block A, of Seminole
hits and 13 runs in the fourth and staying at least two sales, $618,166. Bradford, Inc., to William Crosby Lake Cemetery, Sec. Ridge, Unit 4, Fractional Sec.
inning alone. MacDonalds, runs ahead of DuPont Prices of transactions are Lenard McKinly and wife Lot 30, T6S, R22E, $700. 12, T9S, R22E, $9,000.
never managing to get more throughout the whole game. figured from documt.ntary tax 18, Block 15 in Keystone Club Annie R. Kelly to Gene K.
than five players to bat per stamps affixed to deeds filed Estates, Unit 1, $3,500. W.C. Terrell and wife to Kelly, Emilene K.. Mayers,
inning, came through with Gatorettes Dominoes 0 t! in the office of the county Keystone Developers of Marcus M. Pace and Jane A. Warren S. Kelly and Loretta
their only run when Ginny clerk. Bradford, Inc., to George J. Hardwick, East 396 feet of Shaw, an undivided one font,rh
Kelly made it to base on The Gatorettes shut out the April sales were: Hermes, Lot 2,Block 15, Unit 1 Lots 55 and 56 of MM, of SWV Intel est to each, SE',4_of.I'IJ:' :,'/'
errors and was brought home Dominoes in Wednesday night Vida Jean G.. Beall to Keystone Club Estates, of SWV4 of Sec 23, T6S, R22E, .of Sec. 36, T5S, R21E and all
on a fielder's choice. Women's Open play 8-0. Robert W. Milner, Jr. and 3500. $7,000. east of SR16, one acre, $100.
This game leaves the In this game that would wife, .3 acres in SEV4 of SEv4of Keystone Developers of Marcus M. Pace and JaneA. Florida Bank at Starke to
Dominoes with a strong first determine the league winner, Section 28, Township 6S, Bradford, Inc., to Herbert H. Hardwick to Albert A. Jeremy Sean Bayer, Lots 1,'2'
place lead of 5-1 in the the Gatorettes showed what t Range 22E, $24,300. Lauth and wife, Lot 9, Block 2, Keuning and wife, east 396 of Block 4, Security Home
Women's Open and Mac- they were made of, scoring Betty S. Williams to John A. Unit 1 of Keystone Club feet of Lots 55 and 56 of N4\ of Sites, a subdivision, of a partof
Donalds still trailing in fourth, four home runs throughout the Torode, SWVi of SWV4 of SEV4 Estates, $4,100.Georges SWV4 of SWV4 of Sec 23, T6S NW"4 of NW'i of Sec. 35,
at 16. game, two by Frances lying west of SR-225, Properties, Ltd., to R22E and one 12 foot by 52 foot T6S, R22E, $4,000.
In Wednesday nights game Coltrane and two by Carolyn (Kingsley Lake Road), Sec. Gerald Griffis, a portion of Belmont Mobile Home, Warren W. Stevenson and
of DuPont vs. the Gatorettes, Redding.The 25, T5S, R22E, $1,600. NWV'4 of NWV4 of Sec. 6, T6S, $19,500. wife to Samuel Lee and wife
DuPont was forced to forfeit Dominoes never got Richard E. Rummel and R22E, 1 acre, $2,500. Lester Slade to J.L. Slade. Lots 20 and 21. New Hampton
wife to William David Gerald Griffis to Larry Nth", of NE'4 of Sec. 23, T7S, Beach W'2 of SW',4 of Sec. 24,
Wilkerson and wife, SEU of Padgett and wife, portion of R21E, 80 acres more or less, !'IE'4; of SE'. of Sec. 23, iTS,
Sec. 24, T6S, R22E, $23,900. NWU of NWVi of Sec. 6, T6S, $7,300. R21E, $60.200.Virginia .
Jl JlI The Ott Corporation to R22E, 1 acre, $22,900. Lester Slade and wife to E. and Samuel S. ',
Robert Wayne Dilliard, Lots Evelyn .Newsom Williamsand Joann Slade, Lot 8, Harrison Lee to Warren Stevenson,
17 and 18, Sec. 12, T9S R22E. John M. Newsome to Subdivision, of Hampton NE'4 of NE,4 of Sec. 2, TBS,
Seminole Ridge Unit 6, $6,200. David A. Barnes and wife, Beach, Sec. 23, T7S, R21E R22E, and N'j of NW I Marvin M. Williams and Sec. 28. T6S, R22E portion of $7,300. NE 4 of said Sec. $19,200.
To facilitate parallel parking try if possible to see the wife to George Fred Randall McKeekin Land, $3,500.F. Town and Country Homes of
car's reflection in a store window."* It- shows you where and wife, SE corner of Brooks Herman and W. William F. Bliss and wife to East Central Florida to
the rear of your car is going. Lafayette and WestmorelandSt. Wade Boty d-b-a.Developers Keystone Heights, Cemetery Stanely ,R.. Miller and wife
., run east 353 feet for pointof to Sidney Porter and wife, Lot Association, E1* of nor Lot 7 and WV?,>of Lot 8 .of,
PRE-4th of JULY SALE beginning, run south 500 16 of Whispering Pines theasterly 'i ot Lot 12, Hardy's Addition, 25000.,
.n feet, east 60 feet, west 60 feet Estates, $2,800. Kevstone Heights Cemetery, Frances A. Simmons and
to point of beginning, extending F.G. Armstrong and wife to first addition, .10Q, husband to Thomas C.
HOUSE PLANTS R.g 89' What was billed as a softball triple-header featuring world south 167 feet, lying Amuel A. Waller and wife, lot Leonard M. Booth to Town O'Bannon and wife, parcel in
champion Warren Motors of Jacksonville Hasty Green of and between Sec. 29, T6S, 27 of Sampson Lake Shores, and Country Homes, Inc., Lots Sec. 27, TBS R22E, Lots 2 and
SCHEFFELERA nee >*" $2" Starke and Hasty Green of Ocala: quickly turned into a home R22E, 1500. Unit I, $5,600.Eugene 11 and 12 of Block 6 of 3 of Pumpkin Patch, $60,000.
run hitting contest. De Po Investments, In- F. Shaw to DeweyB. Carlotta Unit 1, $2,800. Irma M. Langford to Robert
.. ., -- "-SHRIMP PLANTS R*! > '2" 2" corporated to Eugene F. Shaw McKinney and wife Lot 3, George Ricks and wife to L. Cain, part of W Mi", of SW V4 of
Players from all three teams seemed to be able to put the ball and wife, SWV4 of SEV4 in Sec. Block 3, The Woods, a sub- Thomas F. Mixon and wife, SE'/a' of Sec. 30, T7S, R21E,
CROTONS R'fl <44 $ 3ARISSA over the fence at WesUlde Park at will, as was exemplified in 25 and W V4 of NE',4 and Eihof' division, $6,533. Lot 1 of La Floresta Sub- containing 1.7 acres, $100.
\r such scores as Warren Motors 43,Starke Hasty Green 29. NWV4 in Sec. 36, T5S, R20E, H.C. Wynn to Lester L. division, $7,500.Francis ., Bradco Development Corp.to .
/ ; BOXWOODR.a. 2" Here WM: center fielder Ray Fleetwood belts another one out $175,000, a farm. Johns, one acre in NEU of Gerald F. Baker and wife,
:..b':: .. of the park. R.A. Colson and wife to NWW of Sec. 11, T7S, R2IE, M. Williams and part of SE 4 of SW'4 of NW',4
I ... .,..' -* AZALEA R.g '2" 201 Kenneth J. Young and wife $1,500. wife to George W. Ricks and of Sec. 34, T6S. R22E, $13,500.
.*7: Lots 8,9, 10,11,and 12 of Block Martha Powell McClaneand wife, Lots 1 and 4 of La Nolan Woodburn to J.E.
i Speed Control 14, Ward City, Sec. 8, T7S, James Huston (husband) Floresta Subdivision $6.000. Milligan and Roger Jones,
ALL OTHER NURSERY i BROWN SPOT 1 R20E, $9,000.Charles to Edith Gowans, a parcel in Wesley M. Luke and wife to Lots 1, 2. 11, and 12, Block 4,
I A. Baldtree and SEU of SEU of T6S. R22E, W.M. Harris and wife, a City Park subdivision of
10 % Off IN Is Form Of wife to Donald Paul Spencerand 4500. parcel SW' of NE'. of Sec. Weatherly and Carmen's

wife, SW V4 of Sec. 25, T7S, Keystone Developers of 15, T6S. R22E. $100. Addition to Starke, 8000.
nULCH CONSERVESMulching YOUR LAWN ? Self Control R22E, $7,500.Dorothy Bradford, Inc.. to Charles Alease Williams to Alease
: Yaggie to Jessee Hall and wife Lot 24, and Oscar Leroy Williams,
Is Extra Important In A Dry Season It Slows Call 964-5745 ALLAHASSEE"Speed Raymond E. Yaggie and wife, Block 15, Unit 1 of Keystone Lots 9 and 10, Block 16 in Local Police
i control is a form of self control 6 and 51-100 acres of S'<4 ofSE'I. .Club Estates, $3,300. Green Addition of Block 16,
Evaporation Keeps Soil Temperature Down Retards I' ." states the Florida High of SWV4 of Sec. 3, T7S, Keystone Developers of East Lawtey, $100.
: Weeds and Dresses Up Your Bed Too.. H, I : M A 1 f way Patrol. R22E, $7,000. Bradford Inc., to Charles Elizabeth Crews to Robert Get No Benefits
I "Drivers must stay alert to Carl D. Haile to Emma Jessee Hall and wife, Lot 25, Pew and wife, a parcel in
PINE BARK 3 CU. FT. SJ 49 all conditions which affect Williams, Lot 1 of Block 15, Block 15, Unit 1, Keystone SW 4 of NE'. of Sec 16, T6S. The Police Benevolent
Reg. 2" 4101Iu their driving and maintain Livingston, Truby's and Club Estates, $3,500. R22E $300. Association, a labor organiza
MULCH V ISI1NTIOI only a speed consistent with Company's subdivision, Gloria Kissel to Paul D. tion, has been using "boiler
other conditions. Speed in $1,000. Newell a oarcel in SE cornerof EugeneF.Shaw to Irving T. room" tactics this past weekin
PINE BARK 3 CU. FT itself is not dangerous bu Robert James Ellerson and SW'4 of NW'4' of Sec. 12. Clark and wife Lot 3, Block 4, the attempt to sell ticketsfor
2" $189Reg. i when other factors such a. wife to Robert James Ellerson TBS, R22E, and SE corner of The Woods, $6,500. an August 14 country-
a aasr m road car and traffic condi- and wife Lot 5, Block 1 Sunny SWi4 of NW'4 of Sec. 12, (lBS, Alphonso Jenkins and wifeto western show at the Ocala Jai-
NUGGETSKILL tions are considered, speed Acres Subdivision, Sec, 21, R22E. containing in the George Holiday and wife Alai Fronton, the proceeds of
becomes extremely important T6S, R22E, $100. aggregate 5 acres, 20900. Lot 8 of Block I, Nat Halls which to go only to the
FLEAS ii er For All ," said Colonel El- L.K. Whitehead and wife, J.D. Wright, Sr. and wife to Subdivision, Sec, 22, T6S, Alachua County PBA.A .
House dridge Beach, Patrol director I Steve Whitehead and ScottViking George D. Cooeland. and R22E $3,500.Eugene .
On Animals i And wife, portion. of VV'a. of NW'4 F. Shaw to MorrisB. PBA spokesman said'
"'- 1 Plants 01 :sec.: 13, Tab, K21B;, con Williams and wife, Lot 6, there are a number of young
"--Jl-"I/; Insects t on llttO-tiL:: I taining 2904 acres, 29100. Block 2, The Woods, a subdivision high school students working
Flowers I Eugene F. Shaw to Carl 6500. each night from 5 p.m. until 9
slvsiousr Vegetableswith _--:-:. Shrubs Randall Cory and wife, Lot 2, T. Herbert Lindsay and wifeto p.m., soliciting these funds,'
5% 0 Block 2, The Woods, a sub- William R. Dixon and wife, and getting paid $2.30 an hourto
Trees division, $6,500. east 160 feet of Loll, Block 8. do so. The spokesman said
i The Ott Corp. To Howard R. Town of Lawtey, west of rail- the students are not paid on
SEVIN DUST 1 LB. BAG Vegetables Boree and wife, parcel in road in Sec. 23, T5S, R22E commission.

3 LB. BOX fractional Sec. 12, T9S, R22E, $10,000. Many people in the
4 Lb B ago pep.rise Reg. $4.500." Eloise Monetta Williams to Keystone and Starke area
Reg. r1., $169 $157SAVE 322 Boree Decorating and James C. Carter and wife, Lot have complained of harassingcalls
5 Painting Inc., to Howard R. 14 of Sampson Lake Shores, and "insulting remarks"
Boree and wife, a parcel in Unit I, Sec. 35, T6S, R21E, made during the conversationif
I Sec. 12, T9S, R22E,Lot 24 of an 9666. they refused to buy the
MO l unrecorded map of Seminole The City of Starke, a tickets.
Ridge, Unit 6. $4,500. municipal corporation to
on a TORO GRASSMASTER Cora Eva Crow to WilliamR. Bradford County, a political The spokesman said no one
I c9 )&ep Alderman and wife, SW subdivision of the State of is obligated to donate the
Powerful-Quiet Economical-Vacuums ; corner of N\4 of SW., Sec. 5, Florida, a parcel containing funds or purchase the tickets
'I a9i > TBS R22E$43,333. 2.07 acres In the NE'4 of NW and that the reason people in
k SELF-PROPELLED Rgg. Williams R. Alderman and Of Sec. 22, T6S, R22E, $100. the area have been called, is
I e 2U'" $ a599S ', wife to Cora Eva Crow, parcelin Stephen Lee Murphy and because they are listed in the
WITH NW 4 of SW>4 of Sec. 5, wife to Horace R. Havertv and Gainesville phone directory
-' / TBS. R22E. $100. wife, 14 undivided Interest InE''a
KEY-LECTRIC of SWV4 of SE(. of SEV4 in The proceeds gathered is
Reg. ; IMAGINE THIS William Alderman and wifeto Sec. 5, T6S,. R22E, $100. used for organizational expenses
349", 30995 Cora Eva Crow, parcel in and for legal defense,
An All Electric Circle Kitchen NW"t4 of SW'/4 of Sec. 5, TBS, Gene D. Adams to Richard but only for the Alachua
Rau and wife Lot 2 and BlockC
R22E, $100.William ,
I SAVE .3102a 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths with a Garden Tub and Shower R. Alderman and a replat of Mt. Pleasant on County receives PBA any, benefits.no other county
wife to Mollie H. Darrah, Silver Lake, $3,000. "I(
TORO WHIRLWIND Massage In the Master Bath, Beautiful Furnishings parcel In NW'4 of SW'4 of Sec. Ernest Thacker to Ernest According to Police Chief

a Complete Perfect & 5, TBS, R22E, $100. Thacker and wife, a parcel of Leonard Jones, the Keystone
Prettyl William R. Alderman to 10 acres in N1\* of SWU\ of Police receives

21 Self.Propelled R g2t9" $ 8888 John Brown has this 24x56 Poker ""Dream Home" William E. Crow, parcel in NEVI of Sec. 26, TSS, R21E no benefits Department from this
with Bagging NWV4 of SW 4 of Sec., 5, TBS, $100. organization.
William C. Rhoden and wife
waiting for you. R22E $100.Wilham .
to Robert Earl Rhoden andwife
1 R. Alderman and
WE SERVICE wife NV* of one acre square in Starke
; John Brow n 5 to Carl T. Darrah, a Police Chief Jimmy
LORIDA WHAT WE SELL parcel in NWV4 of SWV of Sec. NE corner of NEV4 of 1SWV4 Bowen said that neither he nor
5, T8S, R22E$100. west of graded road in Sec. 28, the Starke Police Is associated
Mobile Home Center Carl T, Darrah to WilliamE. T7S, R22E, $100. with these solicitors in any
; PONTROL A lDEN.cINTEil. .Crow and Mollie H. Darrah Ralph Dickey to Pedro who
Hwy 21 N. Keystone 473-3775 Alvarado and wife of areycalleddtovBeware.
Ngts. about two acres in SW corner a parcel ." '
a ssMwcs cor of NH of SWV4 of Sec. 5, TBS, land, Lot 41, Geneva Lake
COME SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF EXTRA NICE. USED.HOMES R22E, $100. Estates, 4000. Chief Bowen Is conducting
4 NOW 14' WIDE SINGLES L.G. Dall and wife to Ina C. Martin to George an Investigation Into the

l. Lawrence Lee Smith,.Sr. and! Gary Martin,a parcel In NEV4 matter.'ak. .

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Hampton HilitesBy _. S S I S 4. I I

I Delore. Meng Ii ... IIi

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Phone 469-19U : ifli.

Bradford Cason on May 25. She weighed
County Public
I Library sends the Bookmobileto 7 IDS. 3 oz. and Is the grand- : 'll' _

the Hampton Post Office Preveatt daughter of Mrs. Mae I ....u ... ..
of Starke.
area_each Tuesday. from 12:30to : S. I .. .. IIbIeIII ISsI I.L1' .
- -
2:30: p.m.iney bring along
HAMPTON LAKE --------....
reading material HOME GrlfflaLoop. --
good for all Ii MOBILE on -
age groups. James Edward Nessmith p py Phone 964-8816. Itpd BILL'S SAW SHOP complete COUCH AND CHAIR SALE SPEED EQUIPMENT FOR

who recently graduated from 6/30. sharpening. service, 1169.95 up, Dahmer'iDiscount. SALE 10 percent abovecost.

Ormond Beach High School circular, .hand, carbide, 2/3 TF/Chg Olln'a Mobile Home

CONGRATULATIONSJustin visited his MOBILlTlToMr: country, chain. mower blade hollow Service. Highway 100W."
Wadsworth cele. and Mrs. grandparents James Mr. furnished. children welcome. ground and balanced. Leaveat PEAVEY AMP. A FENDER 8t...... Phone 964-5606.

brated his 8th birthday June Nessmith Jackass Building Supply, SPEAKER Excellent TF/Chg
Phone 9644114 4734777.
23 with a swimming following his Nassau cruise or Starke or Keystone Helghte. condition 495. Phone 964- ______;;==
party at 4/7 Tr leh. .
the Starke Golf and Country with l his graduating class. His vaunt mm.en.ew eamt mum mum nan*am*e mi.mm.. ) TF/Ch. __ ...___ __ 5875. tfpdWHEELJIORSE MOBILE HOME LOT with
Club. Besides his parents Mr. and Mrs. Tom SUMMER COTTAGES on well and septic tank. Small
family CHILD CARE Hour day, Lawn and .
Justin's grandparents, Mr. Nessmith of Jacksonvillewere Klngeley Lake by week. weekj any .... LIcense garden tractor,6 hp 32"cut, down 1SS1. 6/9 payment.TF/Chg Phone 468- 11k ( REALTY

and Mrs. Joe Sullivan from visiting at the same A/C Call 533-2366 after 6 nursery, fenced, shady, 450. Phone weekdays after
Waldo! and his friend Eddie time. ,.... 5/26 TF/chg. home cooking. Instruction lapreklndergarten 7 p..., anytime ....lIeael.. --------- -- -
Lloyd. helped him enjoy the Among those enjoying FOR- -RENT---.--40-.mTbiock. hasten, 4681140. 6/23 2tpd 6/30 GUNS FOR SALE 22., .,

swimming at Crescent Beach ; 12 e.OIA.ldeal fur' crafta aria ate. Pat's DayCare 25'., ..d 38' sold at Dah-
day.Susie LoU celebrated her during the past week were: J.OST AND FOUND building meat nay business, SUrke Waldo D. Thompson, REFRIGERATORS' gas and mere. Discount. T.FCh.F.OR ._ tt1 NEWLOCATIONI205 -
321 Butler Terr., Starke.. electric air conditioners N. TEMPLE
Beverly:Joe Mike John and ranges
June S250 month. Phone
birthday on 28. area. per
Chris Meng and (/ t. 4tpd 7rVACUUM 110 and 220 v. SALE mobile homoparta Cecelia Terwillegar STARKE FLORIDA
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brown, Joy --- ---- --- 964-6606. TF/Chg .- ---- BARGAIN CENTER, Hwy and supplies. OLIN'S

Sr. celebrated their 21st Williams hamburger LOST)Miniature Sob eeU.eT,, PRIME BUSINESS SPACE 301 South. 6/2 TF/chg. MOBILE HOME SALES
Williams. Those grilled aalt/pepper colored.Loet oil I CLEANER REPAIRS 100 West Stark,
wedding anniversary on June located on Lawrence Blvd.. ---------- -- Highway FOR THE DISCERNING... .
23.' hamburgers tasted mighty 8-2IB, near Keystone,,. and Flamingo I. Keystone all makes, ..11.odel. NEW AND USED FURNITURE phone M4-56M. TF/Chg .
good and the Children heartbroken,. .. Starke' Sewing Center '
Mr.and Mrs. Gerald Adkins boys brought\ Hta. Inquire at StandardStation couches, chairs. Just minutes from Gainesville and Starke... this
,. ,
back several Phone 473-3728 after 6 p.m 215 East Call Street floor UTILITY BUILDINGS.AU
starfish. or phone 473-4907. Congoleiua covering
enjoyed the visit of Mrs. artfully and meticulously designed waterfront
Itchf' 8/30. phone 964-8312. 4tpd mlscellaneoua. Itema.Anything aluminum, prewired receptable -
Adkins's brother A.W. Gerald Meng celebrated his -------...-- -- .TtJeIl,-.-- need for a *. light switches, home captures a sweeping view of Lake Hampton.The .

Priester of Fort Pierce who 21st birthday on June 27 OLIN'S SUBDIVISION -. home, coma you see ... light, tongue and groove. carefree, sunfilled life awaits you In this 3 BR,

spent some time with them canoeing on the Withla- 1/2 acre lots, 130 per month, ALCOHOLICS ANONY. BARGAIN CENTER, Hwy floor delivered. and set up. 2B CH-A home, boasting a handsome den with fireplace .

recently while enroute to coochee River with his ). WANTED water and sewage fumlahed.. MOUS successful living. 301 South. 6/2 TF/.... Financing available. up to) 48 furnished If desired.
for people who want te month to 60 elan*.
Jessup, Ga. brother Tommy, and several For Information phone Mark --------- pay
friends. Olin Olln'a Mobile Home STOP drinking and STAY OKRA TOMATOES 35 Sushi Starke,964-6020
Many area children from Escape the city life to this unspoiled set-
Congratulations to Lisa WANTED U..d n,ii Service, Highway. 100 West, stopped. Meeting Thursday cents po..d.Bllc..lIt.rn. ,. 94-6021. 5A2 TF/chg
3 through 18 have been tlng..tranqull living in the country. 12 productiveacres
ages ... ... and Sunday 8 p.m. Phone 714 964-7326.
the Mitchell who was awarded a frigerators .....r..Dd 8t.. .. .
enjoying lunches with large comfortable CB home also attractive
providedby 9645434.
or Itchg 630.BLUEBERRIES.
nice tois In food condition. Phone 964-5006. 1/13
for her
the CUBB Agency. These tropy competitionin nearly new brick home on one acre.
Phone Dahmor'o. Discount! TF/Chg ---------- --
meals are served from the Watermelon Festival In FAULKNERE
a.m. until 12:30: and consist of Newberry! HOUSES t 'FOR SALEADDING t cents per Ib. We-Pkk, 75 "What dreams are made of".year around fishing

sandwiches, fruit, cookies and Norman Phillips decided to I FOR SALE] cents per lb. Off Earletoa [H ALE and swimming on beautiful Kingsley Lake. Yes, w*
fruit have the almost 10 lb. bass Road 1.' miles-
milk or juice. Mrs. MACHINE ((200-A], do have listings! _
mounted which him .
Margaret Wadsworth assistsin gave first north SR-26,the. 1/2 mile '
serving these lunches daily prize in competition with the 3 BR HOME with 2 bathe, multiplies condition., nsee Good tape, excellent west. Longneckora, 473-2702 I1EALfOI1. L Five year old charm ing contemporary ranch brick

at Hampton Elementary Bassmasters Club. He caught SUZUKI OF STARKE CH/A.; .hardwood floors, *85. Phone 782-3860 alter buyat or 4751151. Open 8 ..... te IZ8 8.Water St. rn home. ." insulation in walls and ceilings, 3 BR. 2B,

School. this beauty near Dunellon your authorised' Suxukl landscaped yard. Phone 5 .m.-Tt/e..... 730 p-m. Monday through Starke" ,Florida 1 LR DR K, den CH-A, fireplace enclosed garage,
Gerald Brown Jr. Steven June 18. Perhaps he will be dealer. Phone 964-6020. 1640 owner 964-5667 6/30 Stcbg ------------ Saturday tin/chg 964-5065 _. paved drive, sidewalks, drapes carpet. stove dish
South Walnut (1301 south taSt.r..1 '7/14. ------------
Earnest and Linda Jones able to get that big one which OWNER MOVING washer.. Low maintenance superbly constructed,
are TF/Chg_ ------------ FOR SALE Diamond
among students enjoying the has been escaping him in 3 BR HOUSE LR, DR. Sacrifice deluxe 63,000 needles for any. stereo, ....r I BR, IB fr.mebos.e In all near town.

Nassau cruise during the Hampton Mr. and Lake.Mrs. Kitchen complete, for portable(l,500.You above-pound move.. .1 year pool 247 different ones, we havethem e.....Separate 1BR apartment Historic frame home set on 1.75 beautifully landscaped
Henry remodeled. NX. all. Dahmer'a. Dlicount.
week. They returned via Stefanelli have been AUTOMOBILES Woodburn old. 24 ft. diameter 7 ft rented now. Excellent acres. Also, a brick home on Call & OrangeSt.
enjoying 718 Laura St..964-5211 6/30 TFCII.'WATSON'S .
Amtrack to Waldo late their lake home 4uhg 721.SPACIOUS. deep, all accessories* Call condition. on one acre plus another beautiful lot.....withsome
following -----
Saturday Robbin Wadsworth tired and happy. their recent travels. They flewto CHEVY WAGON 1973 ______...;, 7/7 Palatka, 328-6678. 6/30 2tpd HOUSE OF Duplex apartment en 1/2 Imaginative renovation these could be cosmopolitan

enjoyedher Indianapolis where they LaGuna, excellent condition, HOME with.3 VACUUMS. many branda acre. Each unit approx.850 exciting and elegant.
recent visit with her ---- ---- -"- .. ..... Used
great visited their son, Mr. and Mrs. air,new tlr.., 12,200. S.. at BR. 3 Baths. LR. DR, den, TRAVEL of new .e. sq. It.Large.
grandmother, Mrs. Katherine 1610 W. MadUon. Itpd 8/30. double car carport on 8 lota. TRAILER 19', ......Ia.. available.. Expert ---- Private world In Green Acres.... custom-built home
Wadsworth in Jacksonville.The Raymond Stefanelli and (;10.. to echoola and downtown. sleeps 6, like. new, sell con repairs,all makea.Parta andaccessories
----------- Riverboat Stylohouse ready lor you to move into. Owner in Saudi Arabia.
Elena Maria and tained bath, retractable
trunk showing of new Paul. They 1967 OLDS A/C good Appt. only. Shaded for all vacuums. LR DR. 4 BR

clothing: at the Dress Shoppewas also spent some time with condition, 500. Phone 964- fenced landscaped yard. 7972.awning Itpd 2495.630SEVERAL Phone 964- Bullt-la central! vacuumaysteme. ZBatka.. dea. sleeping Investment opportunities modern, attractive ,.
their 404 NW 10th
daughter Mr. and Mrs.
Phone 9646318. Itpd 6/30. .
5520. 6/30. around hoeeo.
and Itcbg
Interesting Robbin Avenue. GalneavOle.. Phone unit apartment house; also restaurant on 301 S. In a
James Biggs and Buddy in ------"----- 95x295 lot
----------- : ITEMS'QUARTERHORSE! with beautifuloaks
brought some of her most location.Acre."e .
376-7110. profitable
favorUes. also Frankfort Ky. They rode 1970 OLDS 98 Good COUNTRY HOME stud TFChgMOBILE pecan, ehr. be.Owaer .
enjoyed back to Starke with Elisa and condition, equipped with all concrete block. and 5.7 acre transferred.. Price
lunching at the Ponte Vedra have been relaxing since then. option available.. 4 new 01 land. Phone 9648993. ltpd ,easy$1200)handling TRACTOR. can do, It AlllnChalmer all, I I reduced! some of it one step beyond the Imagina

Surf Club. teal, belted radial tlr.*. 6/30. HOME --- tion. Create your own world ol utter
Paul and
Mrs. '
Meng rune good (585 .
; Faulkner"Rtaltor
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph For ------------ Paul H.
S1095. Into call 533 2275.Itcbg .curlty..S1100 an acre.
Francis HONDA 350: 1973
attended ,
Meng the 2 BEDROOM HOUSE ;
Contois are the proud grand- 630.COURIER. .PARKInside
wedding of Teresa Knepperand oak TRAILER tandem axle, I _
floorstiIe bath. Kitchen
parents of a granddaughter, ------------ SxlO 1210 FORD 351engine I Unique 2 and one-ha II acres of lush tropical garden
Tommy Young at St. equipped with stov.. Nice City Limits Associates
Alena Adele who born inJacksonville's TRUCK with with B home with ,
was and auto hans,1200. 2BR. 1 sun porch garage utility
Williams Church .in Keystone overhead. camper, 1975 In yard with 5'chain link fence. B'adordSqljtJr. Irene L.Faulkner
St. Vincent'sHospital Phone 9648993. 6/30. natural 21900.
Good Investment Itpd Or Downtown room gas
Heights June 25. food condition. See to ap at $8,000. 96406141
to Susan and Ronnie ---- --- -----
preciate. Low mileage. Phone 964-6212.. 6/30 Ztpd I Susan M.Bakken
OKRA by the bushel half
Phone 964-6186. Itpd 8/30. 7/7J bushel or by the pound. '(30 Per Month 96.- HI. Cecelia T, Terwi//e// >gor
--- ------ --- .
Summer Bluegrass FesiivalSet ----PICKJUp"l966 FRAME HOUSE with 3BR, Phone Dub Rhoden. 9647197. AU city ConveniencesFire NEWLOCATIONI I "
CHEVY Itpd 6/30. .Police Protection, ,
I food tires and mechanical Urge utility building, 20x40, City Gas,Water and RALPH BRYAN.IB' m 20$ N.TEMPLE
---- --- ----
on large lot.410 W. Andre... .
condition. 327 engine, 1695; Sewer STARKE FLORIDA
This Weekend In Lawtey SCAMPER POP-UP 1966. St. 18,900 e..... Contact N. .
Cherry St. 3 families sale Jo-Lu Motel Real
sleep 8, h.. alnk .""'., Towort. McCoy. 964 7818. OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
from 8 .... until on July 2, 964-8810 p.i(:AL I 1-R i .

How about spending a few Bluegrass Music. Icebox. ei.etrlcalwaterbookup .... Saturday. Itpd 6/30. Estate HOME PHONE 964-5145
795. Phone 473- -------- --- :
with ridge ? The event will be held July ---- --- '
days a runner 2133 after 7 p.m., all day. DOUBLEWIDE 3 BR. 1978MHo. AlT MALTO
No it's not a bird. The 1.2 and 3 and will feature The .... CENTRAL CON.
weekenda. Itpd 6/30. Nothing dews -
DITIONER :3 fit 211 17 N: Temple
or 4
of Lincoln County Pardners take .
Ridge Runners are one six ---------1 over paymanta. r
bluegrass bands that will be George English and the FOR SALE 1973 Dateun Or purchase homo aad 5 tone, excellent 964-5447 condition.Phone 9645335.. Office 964-8788 Floriland Realty-

appearing at Lawtey's 7th Blueridge Gentlemen, Conrad 400.Great f aa mileage.Save acrea for 15500. Write for 6/30 2tchg 7/7 or 393 N.Temple Ave.Starko .
annual Summer Convention of Henson Family Chubby and buy for II.000. See at appt Rt. 2 B.. 68F, Starke. SR 16 WEST Lillian C.Pearson Fin.Off. .
---- -- -----
Anthony and Big Timber, The Standard Station SR-100 A U. Z.tpd '-JIo,; ''FARM FRESH PRODUCE ;--.- .. Real Estate .964-7700
21, Keystone Helfhta. tin/- ---------- -- ..
Flat Top Travelers American Misty Dawn Gardena. 3 ,
2S---S---! 0
Control chg 2 BEDROOM HOUSE .... r. 7 acres with 2 fully
lIydrilla Bluegrass Express and The ..0.. South of Ste. en ( .
------------ Just out of city. Call owner equipped layer houses.
301. 5/12 8tpd 6/30
Ridge Runners. MONTE CARLO 1976 9646593. 6/2 'fF/.... ----- STARKE 20x400' one egg cooler
Studies The convention will be heldat ------- ----- 24 Acres 2 buildings 3 BR frame house (;H/A. .
email take low ----- -- ---- with extra atorage.Ideal
equity up NEW .
the 40-acre Law ley Blue- Excellent AND USED wlndowaand over. 1,000 ft. on highway' fenced corner lot, 115,000 -----

weed Music Park SR.225W payment con doors; porch rockers, 38000. Terms.LAWTEY --- for Family. Nursery. 3
on loaded .
Aquatic specialistsfrom grass dition. with optiona.Phone
seven governmental two blocks off US-301. There 533.2496 or 964.7934. PERSONALSSWIMMING low and high-back. Porch, staIned;4 AREA 2 BR frame......D carport enFin. BR .home 8.7 acres ...ltIIH.t
and 5 ft. swings; .
Power 5,000.
agencies gathered in Gainesville will be hookups for campers 6/23 2tpd 6/30 ..deler..ek dining entire! --------- Houses on 3011 owner.
June 20-24, to discuss including lights and water, at elat-seat chairs stalaed. 142 Acre lots High A 8.7 acren-cer 100-S at 100- will hold mortgage.
the $10 for the weekend.: LESSONS BARGAIN CENTER. Hwy Dry House or Mobile ----
ways to combat growing Private. and ,all levels, A, reduced to 13500. 1.7 Acres,with 407' on 301.
: Home from
t HELP WANTED group 13,900.
The 301 South. 6/2 TF/chg
of weeds in event sponsored by
problem aquatic at Klngaley Lake. 6 yrs. Owaer financing. -- --- Going Busmeaa 4 nice Apt
Florida's fresh water. Ken Clark James Waters and experleBce, certified Red :.. 10 acres facing SR 230 and --- -

The clinic sponsored by the Buck Lee will begin at 7:30: HELP: WANTED: experlened Cross. Phone 5332031. Mobile Home LAST CHANCE! Price WIsoa Hoed, 122,000. 30 acres off Morgan Road
In- Friday lasting until mid- Increase S100 off -- --- --- -
University of Florida's p.m. Mobile Home Elaine. 6/16 2tchg per acre
stitute of Food and Agricul- night. The music begins again driver Olln's Service Poles //6/77. 2, 5. 7, 10. up to 18(1 S'/eures: facing two graded 181' on S. 301 with one
Mobile -- -- ---- 14x30bldg
road 19,000. 12x12 Iold, one
tural Sciences (IFAS), is Saturday at 2 pm and will lIom Phone 964-5606. 616 LAWN SERVICE .- 10O AMP acres Owner. financing.HAMPTON from l,300/nere. -- ---, ,."30x40 .bldg and n

aimed at educating county last until midnight. Sunday TKchgCOTTAGE Reasonable rate*. ALSO. .OlllI- T.L J --- 36J5 acres 156500 well. Talk to ....
extension personnel and representatives music starts at 10 a.m. and child care, housework oth.r 110"20O lIIS.fUCL
I' ----
from other lasts until 4:30 p.m. odd Job. Phone 964-5452. AMP sea mmf AREA LA WTEY We ....elllatl..rea ...-
.. .
ItpdHENLEYELECTRIC se Merm Temple Ave.TARKU.PLOCIDA. 40 te 225 Acrea from Small 5 room frame house
of Admission for adults is $4 'fOR .
public agencies on the scope -- 20 $ 1625/Acre. .an 14 acre $12,000. .. ,.. with house.
water weed problems. Friday. $5 for Saturday and ----
MTHKBAr* -----
techniques of control and $3 Sunday. Children under 12 ,ON LAKE (;OMP AN Y-residential 44-117 2 BR frame home completely Call-984-7700

methods of research. are charged $1 per day. A 3- Johnson (125/week commercial Industrial. SV.MO44S21S5 'V. 'THERESSAAREA furnished, Incl. new washer Vernle P.Odom

Instructing in the clinic are day pass is $10 and all cam- winning and flatting. Phone 431-1700 Ralford. : and dryer. _: 913,200.Commercial : Reg.BroilerEve"Ia.904.5478 Real Estate

representatives from IFAS. pers must purchase 2-day Phone 4732108. 6/23 4tchg TF/chg r* WCM r*. 1.7-30-np la 137 Acres off bldg. 115.000.
SR 100 from (1,100/Aere
weekend 7/14 -------- -- -
the Florida Department of tickets or a pass. i rp -----
3 LR DR. -
MOBILE HOME MOVING Lg. owner financing.. ----
Natural Resources (DNR). The park gates opened 29 acres 33500. Andrews,Aaaoc.
------------ .... mobile Family Room Fireplace
home hurricane
Florida Game and Fresh today at 9 a.m. for this KITCHENETTES .....orlDI and mobile 20 acres with baA,1< RAIFORD AREA ----- 964-7739

Water Fish Commission. "stricktly family entertainment" utilities Included; totally BOOTSAt Graham. tsnns. ---------- Beautiful farm 51.8 aeree
home roof coating. OUn'eMobile
20 Acr.-D.lr barn, ..301. Brick homo with 2
Environmental Protection weekend. furnished. weekly or month -' -
Florida I ly.ratea.Temple. Motel 880 Home Service Phone Country Club; Eatatea 2 well 4 pump, 30000. fireplace. 3 BR 2 Baths. B.U.A.R.C.
Agency. Southwest N. Temple Starke. Phone 964-5606.. Highway 100W.. lots very reasonable.New ---- CH oV A. barn, tented
..... Carradine's needs
Water Management District St. TFcjSEWING !! : an
964-7357. 6/30 3tpd 7/14 3 BR Furnished House en planted pasture 1195.400.

the Army Corps of Engineers -- -- --- ----- MACHINES block home In town, 3 paved. road $15,000.KEYSTONE --- -- Executive DirectorS

and the U.S. Department of CLASSIFIED AD MOBILE HOME 12x60 repaired all make For our summer sale we BR. 2 B, LR C/HAA, AREASilver Need. email acreage A

Agriculture.The furnished. 2BR 2 Bath. 101 cleaned. oiled and adjusted have. 267 pairs .1 JUSTIN .large. garage, ojaite.. area, ---------- bldg. lot. Lnwtey area I. I" Special' Education or 4
hydrllla plant is RATESDeadline ft. en Canal Santa F. Shoreenear 17.Work guaranteed. James boots and hundred. of palrtj corner loLSeveral Sand Lakefront '_ customer waiting. yurt business esperlencew.rkiflq
with Retarded Clt........
Florida's major aquatic weed Keyitone. 1100/... and Strickland., corner Morgan' of WRANGLER boots - 3Br Furnished. House 1 4 BR,2 B'Duble; Wide, Must be available. Immsdiaielr.Ssod .

This DNR will deposit water A. aewer fur Road and Highway 16. 3/10 commercial Iota an 128,000. Home resume before Julf.. tl ter ,
problem. year Mobile W/ChAA,
for Insertion nlehed.Phone 9114'7972.1tpd Come la ."d' boots] .301. .. .. .
save on
fund $500,000 for aquatic weed TF/C". ----- 1.7 acres w/complete .._... Mord Union AttoclatMe) forRetarded..cnitenK
of the Tuesday noon preceding 6/30 --------- lor the entire family. I Acre Iota House see, ce
research and the bulk it or for' Ind M.H. $17,000ASSOCIATES .
up ,,
Thursday before publH! --- --- -- --- BULLDOZER WORK-land 3 BR, bath.> block construction Mobil Home Owner 5'" P1int.ent 0. ass
funding will be for hydrilla LR, ----- na. stsJil,4f51., i
cation. clearing. road building site CARRADINE'SLEATHERSHOP Family financing.. from 14.500. .
control. Much of that researchis MOBILE HOME two Phone Edward Room, In town.f f ,
preparation. -
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carried out in IFAS labs in 12.00 .bedrooms, S100 per month. Davis Glen St. Mary 1-259- - Waterfront Swim. and I Lola Zlpporer 964-7154 or

Gainesville and Ft. Lauder- Minimum charge Phone 964-8253. Itpd 6/30 3569.: 1 mile South of Lawteyon acres pasture land Ski .. this beautiful clearwater 7823397.Llllla. o.I11ii.
(Covers 15 Words) --------- --- 4/14 tfa/chg. U.S.301 reasonably. priced just off lake a Pears.s .
dale.DNR Each word over 15 FURNISHED TRAILER 7823400COPPER SR 16, N.W. of tows.Very 100' en REALTOR 5ee S Se I IS 55 less
.... Phone I
estimates that 200,000of -------- -- water. Only' t lot. loft ttS12.500
acres 10 cents 12 wide, 3 BR. 1 1/1 .bath, - owner Law toy,Florida 2" thru 6"
million finaacing.MISCELLANEOUS
Florida's 2.8 with 12x16 bnllt-on addition, alee large frame 712-3806 -

of fresh water is heavily infested All classified ads heat/air acre let. 300 ft. ell 12x70 '2 Bedroom' house aa comer let m t.... ----- Fast Rotary

with hydrilla. Some In adVance SR 100. S140/month phi a 3 BR, 2 bathe, C/HAA
for -
hydrilla can be found in must be unless paid you havean depoilt. Phone 496-2842. Front & Rear Model ;; *.;:;i: p'ss.F0 % large garage. Went Usd1.. ... 3 BR. large LONGCHAMPHome Drilling, Equipment
of fresh Itchg 6/30. - -
another 500,000 acres account DR. carport two perches. and BuildingMaterials
established Mobile Home .
siU1 landea .
"--- ----- --- 15-20 acre tract.high STATE 'UCENSEDl
water. asbestos. .lell.
In ., geed .
with The 2 FURNISHED read Graham.
APART paved ..
Vandiver. IFAS ceadltlea Sl 55 s cc seesPUmps.
Dr. Vernon corner I.t.
weed told that event II extra MENTS one and twe "bed Excellent Buy At area. Terms. 26900. -WE BUILD-
aquatic specialist for billing. Notresponsible roo... Pb... 964-6071.1tpd - -
various charge ---- Your Plans! Or Oun .
the group that for errors 6/30. 7.000 NAILS S. $ 1-3-8 acre hemesKee 2mUss [ 5 5 5 5 5 0 e S SI'
mechanical biological and N.W..f Starke. 2Acre.. SIR CB Heft .... YO'UrLot Or Own.*
over the ------------ New & Used
chemical control methods are when given when copy I* FURNISHED 2 BR Houeo OLltl'S'f i. llsssesl AeslI.W ----- Browaleo Read 124.400. FREE ESTIMATED

being studied with the hope phone or and brought to. convenient. te chopping.Married Vary. nice double. wide, ----- (SalesPartsService]
typed VIMllt CrfMa Loop 3 BR frame Remodeling RepairAdditloea
from r etreeaed added, CH- ;
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that "the best elements couple ,
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the ... !
will 1115/menth. lot
all three control methods Phone 964. MM inane1DEHXE A. ea aere with E-Z Terms ...

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infestations of <<: Club No
near Country -
L'LLLtLL'; ;; ( : town ever 15,000 square. S
upset the biological :, .. .any left ownerItoanctog. .. p
hydrilla can : _.WI. .... CtflM TaMtatlaeTtMsi feet. ExceOeat ,. ACREAGE FOR 'New
in fresh water House Installation
balance Cleaning ---- -
of ---- EPLEU1L J .. ----- SALE
limit ,the effectiveness .. f$ 3 BR I bath CB h_. with

drainage systems well as ,J- SpecialAny .large. FR In tew*. Very SR Hens 100 4 South SO Acre, Just beyond- off 964853Highway Remodeling

access: to the water by the \ Desperate To Sell Single Story .. UTILITY SlltS nice. '_ thy Fine ...... el Umber 301 SouthStarke

public, Vandiver said. ."i' By Owner House 129.95: lilt ..1".,,. I h I Mobilebemi with" .large; 150000. Repairs
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798 W. Pratt SI, 39.95 Story to 19.95 House sea.,4 C.usi $1IS'PIPMlI addition en 1.S acres etf WE HAVE OTIIERS I bu i seIeee555O.e
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chemical cleaning with FR nice.ewimmml .

'25,000" or '2,000 Down guaranteed to remove Sift aeel.rr. to_. I Patray, AssociateOfOea *StUction OfUttdCartTaktnOn COMPANY

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a.m. on Second and and Mrs. Leon Wilkerson all
CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday United Methodist Women ,fourth Sundays; Prayer Band Mrs. Pierce Crews and her Prevatt, Jr., of Gainesville of Lawtey. Mrs. Nellie,
School 10 a.m.; Worship met at the home of Mrs. Mondays at noon. by Elizabeth Terry niece Mrs. W.F Atwood and Friday and their nephew andniece Wilkinson's family presentwere
I Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Hermie Kelly with Mrs. Vera SMYRNA MISSIONARY Phone 782-3300 son were business visitors in Mr. and Mrs. Paul : Mrs. Daisy Boch, Mr.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Dyal as hostess Mrs.Idolle School 10 Jacksonville Norman on Sunday afternoon.
BAPTIST: Sunday Lizzie on Friday. and Mrs. Lynn Boch, Mr. and
Friends of Fonzo Prevatt Mrs. Johnson and
t 7:30: p.rn.; YPE Friday at 7:30: Boyette vice president, pre- a.m.; Worship Services 11 Misses Cecelia, Laura and Michele Lee spent a week Mrs. Griffis and family,
sided in the absence of the and BTS 5:45: regret to learn that he is a Mrs. Ruby Dobbs, of Jackson Cheryl Chamberlin attendedthe with her grandparents, Mr. Virgil
pm a.m. 7pm.
ville and Mrs. Maines Griffis
in Bradford spent Thursday after-
Mrs. Frank Coss County
EVERGREEN BAPTIST president. patient Bad and Mrs. Gene Pearson.Mr. .
Meeting Company Concert in
I p.m. ; Prayer Hospital. Our noon with Mr. and Mrs. Arlie children, of Palatka, Mr. and
the devotional. There prayers are
gave and Mrs: J.C. Beach of
Sunday School 10 a.m. ; Wednesday at 7 p.m. Dobbs. Jacksonville on Saturdaynight. Mrs. Robert Smith and
Services 11 and were 16 ladies present. At the with him. Jacksonville visited their '
Worship a.m. PERSONALSBill I'
close of the meeitng a Mrs. Doris Harrison of Mr and Mrs. Robert Lee and Mrs. J.F, family. Other relatives Mr.
Dad Mr.
7 transferred Dobbs and parents,
| p.m.; Training Union6pm.; Dobbs was daughter of
Jacksonville visited her visited their brother Robert and Mrs. Jerome Sweat, Mrs.:
delicious luncheon servedby aunt,
was Lake Robertson. Their daughter,
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at from Bradford County Butler and Mr.and Mrs
the hostesses assisted Mrs. O.J. Anders on Saturday Whetsel,in Veterans Hospital, Rebecca Chesser, Mr. and
by Dobbs Mrs. Edith Swinney, has
7 St. Vincents Marjell of Madison
}[ p.m. Hospital to Mrs. John Chesser, Mr. and
Miss Leonette Dyal. morning. Gainesville, on Sunday\ after- moved back and will live with
FAITH BAPTIST: Radio Hospital,Jacksonville. He had visited Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Mrs. Wesley Wilkinson, all of
: WPXE, Sam. IIYLAND BAPTIST: fs in Mrs. Loedith Hewitt of noon. Dobbs them.
Program on surgery on Thursday. He on Saturday.We Jacksonville. Mrs. Tim Blackburn -
Mrs. Pierce visited Mrs.
Sunday Bible School 10 Sunday School 10 a.m.; is Tallahassee is spending some are to that Pastor Leonard Melton
; a.m.: intensive care and no one glad report
and Mrs.
Worship Services 11 a.m. and time with her parents, Mr. Rosalee Brown, of Starke on Fort Bliss Texas with Henry Reddingof
Worship Services 11 a m. ana allowed to see him except his Bill Dobbs was better on wenl to Starke Nursing home.
7:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting 7 { Prayer, MeetingWednesday immediate family. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Thursday.Mrs.. Cecil Wade of Sunday. His wife Mrs..Peggie the 3396 U.S. Army Reception Mr and Mrs. C.A. Allen and
Arlie Dobbs returned home Tampaand
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. at 7:30: p.m. Friends of Mrs. Mary Dobbs and daughter Chris Station for 2 weeks. In the
of Valdosta Ga.
Mrs. Fred of Fair- family were
Vincents Boyer
St. ,
LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday from Hospital Interim Rev. Charles
f GRACE UNITED Norman of Highland, sister of spent Saturday night at home. dinner of Mr.
Sunday guests ,
field weekend of
METHODIST: Sunday School School 10 a.m.; Worship Mrs. Tim Wilkerson, regret to Jacksonville on Thursday and were guests Mr.and Mrs. Phil Eunice, of Starling supplied at Ever- and Mrs. O.J. Boyette and
their brother in-law and
9:45: a.m.; Worship Services Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: learn that she is a patient in is improving slowly. Theirson Graham, were Sunday dinner green while Bro. Melton was
I ; and family at their home on Inter-
sister Mrs. Fred
Dobbs of ,
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Choir p.m, ; Prayer Meeting St. Vincents Hospital, ,Casey Jackson- guests of their parents, Mr. gone. His wife Mrs. Melton lachen Lake. ,
Practice 7 p.m.;. MYF 7:45: Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Jacksonville Our prayers are ville visited them on Satur Moore. While here they attended and Mrs. Harold Eunice. and children spent the time Col.! and Mrs. Wm. Wilson
r of
p.m. Tuesday. NORTHSIDE BAPTIST: with her. day.Mrs. a wedding Henry Hodges and children, with her mother, Mrs. Louise Civilian
attended a
in Jacksonville
The church took MYF to Sunday School 10 a.m.; Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Owens Tom Whaley and nephew attended the Stock Car Races'at ,Messer in Orange Park. Relations at
Worship Services 11 a.m. and daughters of Tampa spent a The Ladies Council of First Mr. and Mrs. Wetzel, community
Ichtucknee River on Thursday and family, of Angler, N.C. Lake City ,on Saturday Scotty Cocoa on Thursday and were'
Christian Church of Starke
7 Prayer Meeting few days with her daughters, of Jacksonville
June 30th for a days outing. p.m. visited Mr. and Mrs. W.R. night. were Sunday overnight guests of Mr. and
Wednesday at 7 Misses Lynn and Kelly gave their pastor and Mrs. Mrs. dinner of Mr. and Mrs.
The administrative board of p.m. Dixon and other relatives for a Willis Starling of guests Mrs. Wes Houser.
ST. JOHN'S MISSIONARY Whaley of Starke. All of them Jim Love a reception at the Lonnie Teston.
the Whitehouse
church met at the churchon few days. was a Sunday
and Mrs. Gene
Sunday June 26th at 7:30: BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 Mr. and Mrs. Johnny attended the Wilkinson Fellowship Hall,of the church dinner guest of her In.laws Ben McCully and Barry and Mr Taylor Mrs.
p.m. .; Worship Services 11 Jenkins and family of Family Reunion at Highland Sunday afternoon from 3 to 5 Mr. and Mrs. HubbardHarley Watts visited Mr. and Mrs. Darlene family'visited Norman and
Jacksonville and their Church on Sunday. p.m. .Their grandson Craig John Davidson and son, of sons,
___a__.__ _- -- mother Mrs. O.J. Anders, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Boch Sincere sympathy of the Smith of Auburndale spent Jacksonville, on Friday.Mr. Sunday afternoon. '
attended the Adams community is extended to Mr. Miss Deloris Teague an
Family some time with them. and Mrs. Daniel
LEARN ALL ABOUT enjoyed an outing at Strick- Reunion at Brooker and Mrs. Ira Gowens and and her aunt Nan both of
Mrs. Lucille T. and her Wilkinson and Dana, of
lands Landing on Kingsley Ivey
other relatives because of the Keystone Heights and Mr. and
Saturday night. Their grand- son-in-law and Jacksonville, weekend
HORSES Lake on Friday.Friends of Sumter. Harley mother, Mrs. Rennie Ogburn death of their mother, Mrs. and Mrs. D.R.daughter Brown, and Mr. guests of their were parents, Mr Mrs. Ernest Grider, of Starke.of
and uncle and aunt, Mr. and Gowens on Sunday morning. Cynthia, attended services at and Mrs. Donald Wilkison. were Sunday dinner guests
regret to learn that he is a
Mr. and Mrs. Ben
and McCulleyand
Mrs. Ogburn of Winter Mr. Mrs. Jim Cham-
Henry Grace The Wilkinson
i An Expert From Purina Will Talk About a patient in Veterans Hospital, Haven,and another uncle and berlin went fishing on United Methodist Bryant Johnny Lee.
Gainesville Our are church and the dinner on the Family Reunion was held at '
The Care & Feeding Of Horses And Will with him. prayers aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Deborah Lake in' Ga., on ground afterwards on Sunday. Highland Baptist Church on Mr. and Mrs. Billy Melton

Answer Your QuestionsThurs Miss Elizabeth Terry and Ogburn, of Gainesville, also Sunday.Mr. Mrs. L.H. Harper of Starke Sunday June 26th. The Leon and daughter Belinda, of
and Mrs. Fred Moore Starke, were Sunday dinner
attended the reunion. Their
July 7 Ev.ryon. FREE Coffee Miss Arthurine Blanchard came and prepared dinner for Wilkerson family presentwere
of Mr. and Mrs.
visited their sisters guests
Invited grandmother, Mrs. Ogburn Mrs. her parents, on Sunday; Mr. : Mr. and Mrs Harold
7:30: PM la a Donuts visited her sister, Miss Enza Charles Starling and '
remained in Gainesville for a Mamie Lou Edwards, of and Mrs. Lonnie Teston Jones and family, of Jacksonville family.
Blanchard and Mrs. Thelma
and;will to Starke,and Mrs. C.Y. Mayo of They enjoyed home-made ice
few come
SUPPLY days visited them on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. David
D&B FARM Wilson at Baker County
for visit with Mr. Tampa, who is visiting her on cream in the afternoon.
Lawtey a night. Other guests of the Wilkerson and family of
Home at Macclenny and
Nursing Mr. Mrs. Dobbsof
Mwy 100 South Starke 964.9909 on Friday afternoon. and Mrs. Lynn Boch. Saturday morning. Prevatts were their son, J.C. Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville came Casey back on
Raymond Wilkerson, of
Sundav to visit their
n-' parents
nauora, Mrs. Linda Crawford
and Jennifer, Mr., and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Wilkerson and Glenn, Mr. and
I Mr. and Mrs. Timothy of Mrs.Macclenny Harold, ArlieOobbs'I I

'I'G8 0. Wilkerson and family and Mr. the week.

A I I Raiford NewsBy


: Margaret Richie,

|ff( | family centers There's a long weekend Phone 431-1885 fairgrounds Harbeque din-

OPEN THE 4th FOR YOUR SHOPPING will coming have up for out-of-town everyone.guests Many, $1.50.ners will be available for

many of you will be taking Friday night the employeesclub
LYr1ArLI1 LLa1! Lllli.C Starke Fla. CONVENIENCE. trips. Call your news items in of the prison complex
301 S. fie to me at the phone number held a barbeque for the
above or send them to Rt. I, members. The next planned
Box 121, Raiford 32083. activity will be a deep-sea
MENS MENS''' This being my first column, fishing excursion on July 13.
MENS LADIES I have few news items, but I Mr. and Mrs. R.D. Masseyand
am counting on my readers family will be taking an
POLYESTER CASUAL PUTTER for future items to make the extended tour of the south-
POLYESTERPANTS column interesting. west. They plan to leave on
I A few ideas for your Fourthof Wednesday, June 29. We'll be
PANTS July week-end. Oleno State looking forward to a report on
PANTS SHOES Park near High Springs the trip on their return.
provides facilities for picnics After a weekend of sun and
and swimming and for nature fun for those of you whose
ELASTIC lovers and hikers, a winding skin is dried from the sun try
$ 8 8 $ T88 SPECIAL $ 9 trail along the Santa Fe River. adding a few drops of baby oil
,, 4 49' $988GROUP At Lake City, there is the to your bath.
WAIST Olustee Battlefield Memorial Having a lot of trouble with
There is a museum where the flies in this hot weather? Paint
story of the Civil War battle is ,your screen door with
told and interpreted. There is kerosene and flies won't enter
also a tour that leads you the house. Roaches are
LADIES LADIES CLOSE OUT around five acres of groundsand another hot weather problem,
JUNIOR past markers that show if you use mock oranges
LADIES the actual development of the (kumquats) around on your,
DOUBLE KNIT LONG SLEEVE battle that ended in a hasty shelves the roaches will go.
Union retreat. It's open daily A reminder to parents with
DENIM JEANS JUMP from 8:30: a.m. to :S p.m. Admission children starting school in the
TOPS is free.Ichelucknee. fall. Physicals are requiredand
SLACKS Springs 16 the Union County Health
SUITS $988 miles northwest of High Department will check your
100 %
POLYESTER REG. Springs has picnic facilities, youngster on Mondays. Call
$ 8 swimming and scuba diving the health department for details -
$ 88 $ 44 a 98 and the spring is bordered and times.
2 a12 88 with a variety of plant and With our soaring temperatures -
I $11 animal lifeStarke those of you who take
is planning an old pets shopping with you please
fashioner "urth starting be sure to let the car window
with reli",.. services with down. Not enough for the
plenty of singing at the Brad- furry one to get'out but enoughfor
ford High School football air.
I stadium. A parade is Hopefully the next column
\ / scheduled for Monday at 2:30 will be better, please call your

POLYESTER \. I MONDULA p.m. followed by games at the news items in to me.

I Boat Safety Week July 3-9 I

TALLAHASSEE-July 3.9 September and issue decals
See Our New HOMESPUN has been proclaimed Florida for a "little more than half of

Boating Safety Week by them Thompson siad.
Selection Of Governor Reubin Askew, Much of the credit for last
DOUBLE Harmon Shields, executive year's safety record, the best
director of the Department of Florida boaters have seen in a
LADIESFALL Natural Resources, announced decade, should go to boating
GAUZE safety education programs
Each year the Governor's sponsored by the MarinePatrol's
district offices and
emphasis on boating safety
coincides with National the U.S. Power Squadron
KNIT P Boating Safety Week, Shields Thompson believes. In 1976,
said. despite a 14 percent increasein
"There is no better time to registered boats,' reported''

'] I4i14; : PRINT exercise safety consicousnessthat property damage decreased
the July Fourth J200.000 and the number of
weekend," Shields said.. deaths dropped from.70 the
ON BOLTS "Usually, more people are on previous year to 44.
Sizes 3 to 24V? the water during this period Thompson also attributesthe
: than any other holiday," he drop in accidents and
noted. severity of injuries to better
; \ Nearly 500,000 powered equipment and a general in-
88ro. watercraft are registered In crease in safety consciousness
38 Florida, according to Maj.] among the public.Henderson .
Jack Thompson head of the
Marine Patrol's Boating PromotedTo
Safetey Program. Power boat Petty Officer II
operators must make room
iVAP4fffl for thousands of nonmotorized -' Charleston, South Carolina
canoes, rowboats and -James Michael Henderson i
YD. small. sailboats, Thompsonsaid. son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. I
Henderson of Raiford, has
HEG.M" "With the number of boat been promoted to the rank of
/ /, \ registrations rising between 7 Petty Officer Second Class. I
and 14 percent yearly, it's Henderson Is serving with
obvious that millions of the U.S. Navy aboard the sub-
Florida boaters are going to 'marine USS Techumseh Gold. ,,
TEMPRA I CANYON 100 % have to start thinking seriously He Is a 1972 graduate of I
SUPER PREFERRED ,SCARF about safety," Thompson Bradford High School.
COTTON explained. Married to the former
DISH BY THE Thompson believes one of .Phillis Griffin of Hampton,theHenderson's
the best forms of Insurance
reside in
DUCK DRESS TOWEL SQUARE CLOTH SEER- agianst safety boating Inspection accidents offered lathe Hanahan;South Carolina. .

boat owners by the Marine

Guard Auxiliary. As a courtesy r.fi
to the J :
Reg. '249 Reg. '1" Reg '1". Reg. '2" Reg 11" Reg 24' safety officer boating thoroughlycheck public :

all on-board equipmentand
issue "Safety Checked" "You never know what It :;
$177 $138 $118 1 X 149 .$,1,3', $1177 decals, he said. nough until you know',

cation"If last, we summer will probably Is any Indi-inspect whit' Is more than snouyh'William "11

about 20,000 boat by "

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