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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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didn't dampen the spirits of Fourth of July celebrants .
both Sunday night and Monday as local residents turned out for t.i
Student Conduct It the old-fashioned camp meeting, parade and fairground events ,
in a rejuvinated Independence Day salute by Bradford '
Na, .countians. ; ,
Speeches marked both the opening and closing ceremonies for .
the county's observance of the nation's 201st birthday World '1 r.
War II veteran Al Crosby opened the'' celebration with a flag )II' '
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.. Adopted raising, sponsored by the Starke American Legion., at the t
.; Courthouse. Vietnam War Veteran Col. Howard Dunn, closed
the day at the fairgrounds. .
Crosby prepares to raise the flag at the courthouse during the Fourth of July celebration Both speakers in their own style told listeners to be proud of
The flag raising and dedication sponsored by the Starke American Legion America and proud to be able to participate in such a day of

School"' Board freedom as July 4. From two different wan, both speakers
By urged dedication to God, country, family and friends.
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Bans Coordinate: Harry Green Wet winners in the battle of
Lawtey ParkingOn said Tuesday he was "realpleased" the barrels between all the
Plainly wanting to tighten were assault coercion, theft with the crowd county fire departments Mere
down on more serious student larceny, initiating a false fire estimated around 700 for the Pat Henry Wilbur Waters and
conduct offenses, the Brad- alarm and trespassing when it Sunday night gospel singing Denton DeVoe from the
ford County School Board, in was pointed out by and preaching. Green said the Starke Fire Department.,
West Side Of US-301 special session Thursday, administrators in the slow drizzle kept some away j
June 30, established manda- .audience these offenses were and they beta few in the move All'sizes of children tried
tory consequences for often done on a less serious to indoor facilities at the fairground vainly to shinny up the t
students committing criminaloffenses level by elementary grade: .. but still felt it the greased pole to capture a $5 |
Citing hazards to traffic three i hour meeting, the street works and summer and optional school children.The shift gave highlight of the celebration. prize. Contest chairman
trying to turn beside the council: CETA workers and any inmates consequences for less serious administrators leeway in' Rev. Joseph Williams "really finally awarded the prize to '
grocery store onto US 301, the '-Heard a report that the the city has working.Bell misconduct.Led ,setting punishment from three poured it on them" when he Jay Dawson who was able to I''
Lawtey town council voted additional new well Is will receive$3 an hour for by Chairman Arthur plans according to the age of preached late Sunday night, climb the farthest. Runnersup -
Tuesday, July 5, to erect no completed and has been In the 30 hour a week job. Gaskins, the board, in its new the student, severity according to Dep. Sheriff Don were second place, Wayne ''
parking signa on the west side operation since July 1. -Voted when a holiday: fallson student conduct booklet, out- frequency, attitude and Denim, himself a preacher. Slocum, and third, Shawn
of the four I lane highway. -Voted to purchase and a Monday, they would auto. lined cooperation of student and Strotliers. .'
keep on hand six culverts for matically meet on the mandatory conse- parent. Framed by the sky 'and Green was satisfied with
The council was divided on' city residents to purchase at Tuesday following the quences for arson, homicide, palm trees is Col. Howard Monday's Independence Day The corn shucking |
whether to have the signs on city cost and have installed holiday. The council was ad- false bomb threats and sex The board outlined appropriate Dunn of Keystone Heights who salute and felt the cooperation sponsored by the Starke
both sides of the highway or on free for use in city ditches. vised by Bud Barber when a offenses. Gaskins said he felt"harsh" steps to be taken by told listeners to devote themselves between everyone was real Jaycees was won by James

one side and called upon The culverts will cost about holiday does fall on a Monday needed for consequences certain were administrators for specific to God, country family good. "Although a few things Saunders. Second place went :
Mayor Marvin Rosier to cast $100 each. garbage would still be picked unacceptable offenses ranging from and friends. didn't work out," Green said, to Doris Rayburn and ,
behavior and indicated
the deciding vote. -Approved installation of a up that day and again on automatic rather possible suspension for "I was pleased with the Maryann Griffis was third. I .

"I am inclined to agree with "safety factor" at a cost of Friday.Heard. than principal expulsion involvementwas unacceptable general conductto attendance." Jack Stanley provided the J
one side to see how it works $650 to automatically shut from three needed. mandatory expulsion and Sen. Stone corn Robert Foster, 'John f
I L and we can always add the down the water system in the representatives from the rail board '' police involvement for wil- "I feel like I have done my Bradley and Denton DeVoe > J
The
other side said Rosier. The event of a break in the lines. road and viewed a safety film gave a cursory' f\JI.S! tt JIIt firo to real oryiircc civic duty to get the idea handled the contest lor the ]
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look- the serious offenses
; vote was split with The situationaros.recentiy.. after the council complainedof listed in the student conduct :: :*;, Pcspertvi'ieRSifiuig\ To 'Visit_ __ Btartedp_-it fo w> to somebody -, .Starke Jaycees ,..wc l. ), J .f
councilmen "Buster" Bennett when the' backhoe excessive speeds through in a sex offense of a lewd and else to carry the ball, for < w
and John Robertson wanting Installing a bridge culvert Lawtey. The town, with three and discipline two hours code, devoting what lascivious act, taking the life future local celebrations," Monique Chandler was i ,
defining
both sides and' council near Carter Road broke a guarded crossings and one unguarded over should be meted of another individual or initiating .said Green. Chamber awarded the first place trophy
members Ben McCulley and water line. was told there was out punishment for serious offenses. a bomb threat in public Here Fri. Manager Bill Wilson, who for best decorated bicycle. [
Robert Scott opting for one Approved the employ. not enough traffic to warrant schools in Bradford, County? hustled supplies and people Ribbon winners were second
ment of Frank Bell to replace another $50,000 guarded Shifted to unacceptable while Green arranged events, place. Donna Sofka, and tied
side.Discussion centered on Spurgeon Massey to supervise crossing. general conduct behavior Recommended by the board You'll have a chance Fridayto says he's hoping for a bigger for third were Jake Downing, 'i'
whether no parking on the for less severe offenses were brown bag it with a U.S. and better celebration in 1978. Ron Willis and Michael Sofka. 1

east side would wipe out suspension optionalrecommendation senator this Friday and tell
that side for expulsion A light sprinkle Monday An error filled softball game
produce peddling; on him how you think things
of the highway opening car 14 Instructional Units' and police involvement should be. cooled both parade marchersand finally had the city team out .

doors into the lane of traffic for blackmail, burglary, Sen. Richard Stone, D-Fla., watchers as the over 30 maneuver the county tram I
and semi-trucks parking all extortion, possessing, distri- will visit here Friday, July 8, unit parade halted at the The city team waft! a trophy
night with motors running for buting, selling, or using fire- from 12:30: to 1:30: p.m. on his courthouse for flag raising and not be left out the countywas f
air conditioning. Council arms, knives, explosives, and annual tour through Bradford ceremonies given a second place
members were concernedwith Added To Staffing PlanBoard other dangerous weapons, County.Sen.Stone plans to eata ribbon. An accurate score t
objects, and substances AI could not be determined from
automobiles beside andselling I brown bag lunch at the Crosby, Jr. a veteran of
Waters Store unable to see robbery, vandalism, county agriculture center WWII, was the speaker at the either side team members.
traffic traveling south on US- distributing, using, or auditorium on US-301 just courthouse. Crosby has
Acting on superintendentTom member Vernon and recording test results was possessing drugs or alcoholic north of Starke served as Post Commanderand Eight finalists earned their
301.The council unanimously Casey's recommendation Parmenter questioned the defeated 32. beverages.In Northern Area way to the horseshoe pitching i
agreed to grant patrolman the Bradford County need for a visiting teacher if The Management Informa- 'U-you are on your lunch Commander of the American finals sponsored by I he Sta rke I
Charles Carter $10 per week School Board, as part of a five the position was not filled tion System to be implemented addition, parents can be break please bring a sand. Legion, Supervisor of Civitan club. Plen Gnann. '
pay raise as discussed at a hour special meeting Thursday before. Casey said when he as part of the Educa held responsible for up to wich along and eat with us," Elections for Bradford Dewitt Mersey. Charles
previous meeting. This pay Increase June 30, approved 14 had been superintendent be- tional Accountability Act of $2.500 restitution for destruction Sen. Stone writes. County, County Veterans Gunter Leroy Griffis. Terry
Is retro-active to JulyI. additional instructional posi- fore he had a visiting teacher 1976, requires additional of or damage to personaland "It will be my pleasure to Service Officer and Personnel McCarthy, Terry Wallace
I. They also approved a state. tions adding about $150.000 to and as the head of the school record keeping and teachers or real property. have the chance to talk to Officer for the local National Wayne Mundorff and Cookie
required $25' monthly raise to the school budget, but denieda system it was his responsibility would learn the procedures Other changes to the Bradford County residents Guard Unit. Crosby urged the Mundorff. The first place
Patrolman Skip Phillips as required $140.000 in-service training to check on truants and required by the law, said proposed plan added a gradeof about federal government and listeners to stand up for the trophy went to Wayne
for Police. Standards.! request.Tabled. see that home visits were Casey. zero to work missed if a to hear your views and principals of God, community, Mundorff; a ribbon for
June 20. the county made. Mrs. Lucille Payne, who student left a class without opinions. I shall look forwardto state and nation. Post second. Leroy Griffis: and a
In further business in the staffing chart recommended Chairman Arthur Gaskins will take over the position of permission, but remained on seeing you Friday. July 8, chaplain Rev. Lee and Post third place ribbon Hewitt
by Casey for the 1977.78 schoolear questioned the need for director of curriculum, told campus. A student leaving between 12:30and: 1:30p.m.: at commander Bob Paterson Hersey
> added one basic educa- special consideration for the board she felt a great school without permission receives the Bradford County each spoke briefly. ._
iI Il'; ... tion teacher at Brooker two students who disrupt regular responsibility for the In-ser- a zero on missed work. Agriculture Center Crosby, who was at Pearl Atrophy was awarded to the
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-- _. .-" -- basic teachers at Lawtey, two classrooms. Administrators vice program, and while the The board changed the auditorium." Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, when Strawberry Swingers Square
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, ; ::;: at the middle school and two Dewey McKinney Charles board had voted favorably on jurisdiction of the code to be in the Japanese attacked, quoted Dancing Club for the best float
.-. -- -- at the high school.. No signi- Hall, Lucille Payne and L.B. the proposed pupil pro effect on school property On leaving Bradford presidents John Adams in the parade. The club also
I --:-:":- ficant changes were made at Register defended the alter gression plan earlier in the during regular school hours as County, Sen. Stone will next Harry' Truman and John F, gave a dancing demonstrationat
: r.. -=* Starke Elementary and native school program bene. meeting, the In-service well as other places and times stop in Union County from 2- Kennedy and urged listenersfor the fairgrounds. Second
: Southside. Each Starke school fiting not only those removed training was necessary to where teachers and school : at the UnionAgricultural the country's 201 celebra- place float winner was the
r -::- ::Ii"I will have a decrease of about from regular classrooms, but carry out the program. High administrators have jurisdiction Stabilization and tion to "stand up for Civitam, tied for third were f
.I ::- 100 pupils with the shift of the those students who are deprived School principal C.C. An- over students, school Conservation (ASCS) office, America." the Jaycees and the Bradford I
, .1.:.,: seventh grade to the outlying from learning when derson said without the In-ser- sponsored functions, field then later in the afternoon will County Volunteer Fire Dept
, : communities.The disruptive students are in vice you would be handing trips and or participants in visit In Baker County. "We recognize that serviceto Ladies Auxiliary
regular classes. Gaskins teachers a pupil progression athletic, school sponsored our country and her cause I
I Friday July* other additional explained following the vote booklet August 29, only a few functions, field trips and or does not end with the military The Bradford Roping Club .
! teachers added were two he was in favor of the programto days before students came to participants in athletic Clerk, ChiefTo service, we continue our occupied the afternoon with >
Dine, National alternative school teachers rid the classroom of school.. events. The code also appliesto endeavors in behalf of an events in the horse arena.
Guard ArmoryIp.mmidnight one at BUS and one at BMS: a trouble-makers for thuse The board split 3-2, Gaskins. students when they are honorable world peace with a Over 500 beef and pork
I physical education teacher atOMS students who wanted to learn. Parmenter and Parrish. being transported on school Run Again feeling of profound gratitudeto dinners were served to the
"Archer Bank Band : a PE teacher each at Each school center was defeating the proposal. buses. God and to the men and hungry! fourth celebrants
: Rock 'n Roll and Acknowledging they will be
Brooker
Hampton voted on individually and all women who gave their lives as along with numerous hot dogs
: 12 each relieving the principal from were unanimous except the In other business at the tail The code will require a tossing their hats Into the their part of the cost of this and drinks.
I B.Y.O.B.Monday those duties: a guidance per- middle school, addition of a end of the five hour special signature of student, parent or political ring City Clerk noblest cause. All Americans
I at the Vo-Tech school anda Merrill Edwards and Police Colonel Howard Dunn of I
son female PE teacher, one basic meeting, the School Board: guardian at the beginning of should join in this cause. Out
I ,July 11 visiting teacher. education teacher, one alter. -Approved expenditures of' the school year to be kept with Chief Jimmy Bowen said they of blood and sweat we learned Keystone Heights ended the i
Casey said with the additionof native school teacher and aparaproCessional $17.335: for industrial arts the students' record at each are seeking re-election in the of purpose, sacrifice, tolerance evening with a speech
Bradford the 14 positions the ratio on school. fall. reminding people to be civic.
for the and
new bravery discipline.
for the equipment .
Commission school Discussion during the doers devote themselves to'
County the primary level to the ,
f:10a.m.Courthouse:: would come close to 1-25 and 1- trainable mentally retarded teaching area at the high stunt conduct and pupil proposed Starke Council meeting "These are the solid foundation their families 'and be patlellland. '

27 on the Intermediary level. program. The vote on BMS school.Gave the staff the. came in the form progression of a, Tuesday, July 7, centered 'stones upon which a great diligent. He said people
Casey said the money' for staffing was 4-1 with Gaskins go-ahead to award county to the low letter from the Bradford qualifying dates from July 12 nation is built. In our con- should be "proud to sap fjiiry *
To4 y.July 12 reducing the load in the school casting the nay vote. Education Association asking to noon July 26. The books will tinuing quest for a safe and are Americans." .* /,
best bidder contract for
Tabled in and or a
would come from in excess of May again in for teacher close for voter registrationJuly sound world peace we must A prisoner of war for seven
167 Items of classroom more involvement
Budget Discussion $350.000 in funding plus. $32.000 June a $140.000 request by materials in both proposals.The 29. S p.m. and the election cultivate these virtues," years, Dunn said, he bad
School Board available in .basic education Casey for each of the 180 : of air pupil progression plan will be Tuesday September Crosby said. plenty of time to think and the
classroom teachers in the -Approved repair
Adm. Bldg Casey said the $32.000 The parade was composed four things that are worthyare
money. to receive $750 each for conditioning equipment at the was outlined by current 13.City 1
1:20: p.m. for compensatory education county spending an additional 100- round-house at the Vo-Tech director of curriculum council seats up for of units from the Starke Police faith in a heavenly body, a
' Public Welcome' funding passed by the hours working with school. Richard Jockel. He explainedthe grabs this term are spot two Department, the Bradford dedication to our country, .
legislature would roughly pay parents biggest change would be currently held by Joe Warren County Sheriffs Department. concern for the future of our
Hampton Council the salaries of three basic additional requirements for' and spot four held by Vernon surrey's from the' Starke families and concern for
7s JO p.m. education teachers. More Warm Weather ExpectedContinued promotion and placementfrom Silcox. Qualifying fee for Shriner Club, four units from friends. 'p
Positions on the grade 3 to 4; grade 5 to 6 those seats is SI20 or 5 percentof the local National Guard can Dunn was a POW In North
\ Brooks Council chart questioned by school warm and humid 3 was one-half inch at Louis and from grade 8 to 9. To be the 12.400 yearly salary. from the Starke Elks, Rotary Vietnam for seven years and
I 7:10 p.m.Community. board members were the weather with scattered Hill Tower at Lawteyone-half promoted students must meet who has had Club ClviUns and Jaycees. was kept in solitary confinement .
visiting teacher and alternative afternoon! and early evening inch at the New River Tower regular requirements and also Edwards,twice in only the 18 Fire department vehicles for over three rears la .1'!'; r'''

c.r.4t school personnel. thunder showers Is the and .4 inches at Santa Fe must score a minimum of 10th 'opposition he has been in office, were from Lawtey Brooker. what he describes as a "dirty
On the non-Instructional 'weekend forcast provided by Tower on US301'south' of percentile, nationally on the years Starke Theressa and bole of a cell: more like aca.
he ( chart a substitution ,,'as' the Florida Forestry Service. Starke. total battery of the CaliforniaTest must pay S percent" $750.. of his Bradford County. Also in the ..." The former Marine
$15.017 salary or
made to add a preventive Dispatcher Ken Huguleysaid Totals for the month< of of Basic Skills Jockel parade were local Scouts. Dyer reminded the 190odd.persona
fctatr Sank maintenance person delete a 10 to 20 percent chance of June, according to the said, a student must also scorea Chief Bowen. who had opposition Smokey' the Bear with the present for his end of
f maintenance foremen and showers is predicted for the Forestry Service, were 7.5 minimum of 70 percent on in both of his elections. Florida Forestry Service the the' day speech that, "you
atawun.hW.U0. change a job'desert from three will have to a Bassmasters. decorated could: live off what threw
I i next days- Friday. inches at Louis Hill.! 4.4 inches the reading section of the state pay qualifying you
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p..f.I, _a.N..Y..........'."_"r ..,.__ mechanics" helper. U, chanicII. Saturday and Sunday.. at New River and 6.2 inches at assessment test which follows fee of $605 five percent of bis bicycles and a conti gent from away here today because I b
f Cora Huguley said rainfall July 1- Santa Fe Tower.
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I Teresa Engagement Spivey,, Dennis Told Dowling ri / 64.fideP7k f I



Mr.and Mrs.W.H. Spivey of :
Starke announce the engage-
ment and approaching t ye Woo/y Society CJito,,
marriage of their daughter I
Teresa to Dennis Aaron
Dowling, son of Mr. and Mrs. veto STARKE NURSING I
D.A. Dowling of Lake Butler. flOME NEWS
The wedding will be an The Starke Nursing Home is
event of Sept. 3 at the First r really buzzing with the soundof
Baptist Church in Starke. y youth since the Summer r
Miss Spivey graduated from Placement Program consisting e.a
t Bradford High School in 1977. '%IP of eleven students
6 Mr. Dowling graduated from
u came into effect June 13th
Union County' High School in These students are working
{ 1975. in every department of the
I All friends and relatives are nursing home throughout the
invited to attend.
summer. The residents and

employees them. both welcome j 1t

Miss Dorene Neumans We also welcome our new
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2> 1j..x-.
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rr P r. residents Mrs. Edna Clark, of t
Teresa Splvey. Dorene Neumans Luke Geneva, and Mrs. I _
Maude Tucker of Starke, who
Dennis Dowling
Mrs. Arlin McKnight James Davis Jr. also has a birthday July 8th. 5
returned last Friday from ten
Wednesday afternoon June
days visit with relatives in To Wed July 16 15th Elizabeth Lawson, Diana

Columbia Charleston, S.C.Manning and Mr.and Mrs Ernest Harold Woods entertained and the Melody residents Woods with \
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Neumans of Macclenny
Eating!
ballet, tap dancing, and acrobatics
Mr and Mrs W.E. Tilley announce the approaching / dx
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under the direction of
Rrtwluh ROT w.s HUCV lady During'in*laic' 1 N t
.... .... marriage of their daughter
cifclM IMOO. ,Now toullrr- uf_ lh.. dahfllll ol CMftnary' celebrated their 30th wedding Mrs.Salazar.They were awed I
ywj can*rrv IS. m your own home anniversary Saturday after Dorene Elizabeth, to James
their talent and
1Oouim.t?.0ombeMon.I 10". Inr IM on.mow_....than chops 20.toct ham) noon at a small party for Aaron Davis, Jr., son of Mr. by thusiasm. en Brannon left Installing officer, discusses Rotary affairs Tom Slade (center). Rotary Foundation Chairman. congratu-:
pad, dorm at altar toudt family; and a few friends at and Mrs. James Aaron Davisof They thoroughly enjoyed a with Rev. George Harper, new president and Harry Hatcher lates Dr A.Y. Covlngton end Freeman Reglster.IlI. upon their
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,M>.vul.Umb or in_..10.....for...pork....urnJChifww poultry their home on Blanding street film, June 23rd pn the Miami Jr., new secretary of the Starke club. new status as "Rotary Fellows"
.hoM..0.-.01.10....._ given by their children Mr. Miss Neumans is a 1977 Seaquarium presented by Dan
,"- ,lur puftt.cruchtn..Mloo i and.... and Mrs. Steve Tilley and graduate of Baker County Smith of the Bradford
County
---- Miss Donna Tilley. High School. Starke Installed At Ladies Night
You uw"j pound otvnuown Library. We look forward to Rotary Officers
.hulirr ... nMr Htint Mr.Davis is a 1974 graduateof his return with more films.
ENroMIdn..M furmtrwd Bradford School
pre mod Sprdly' ._doored High We salute Mrs. Hazel back to this countrynew arms,Jess Wolbert; Board of
... N Silver Queen Corn The wedding will be said the Starke club had bringing
an
.of$1 25 h pmirMMl' onUs Browder Dr. A.Y. Covln ton and Bill Neil
of Haas.
< .,.......UO, as our "Employee techniques being used at Directors.
iPwogh__ event of Saturday, July 16 at achieved 100 percent ratingfor
mbwl' 'h..So. Owen Alvarez the Month." Hazel has been Freeman Register III were She Tucker Dr. Robert Mullms
f| school in London. was
in the First for its a
7 30 the le
itftHiNin y.mSprA&Mywamdn : p.m. Baptist named "Rotary Fellows" at past years
associated with the Starke Richard Welty and Sam
Bayless Highway nominated for the scholarshipby
wrenwnwl0n"
Church in with contributions to
Macclenny a
teh installation banquet of the membership
'w Nursing Home since 1969. She .Adukiewicz
Prosperit,Inc I ?T-lJ 60. doz reception following in the is a quiet and gentle person. Starke Rotary Club last the foundation which provides the Starke Club. of
? Hill president
Brannon
0.. tir* POt,.3250.Fofl Pwc. Hoti" ''d'1I4'O 964.5219 church Fellowship Hall. Visitors never get to see Hazel Friday night. funds for the exchange Henry G. Motes of Jackson-
All friends and relatives with the Keystone Heights Rotary and
are student program foreign ville, was guest speaker
for she works on the 11 p.m7a.m.
installed the following
invited to attend. countris Club, of the
discussed
The awards are made some
shift, but we just want to
for the new Rotary
officers
"Thank You" for annually to members who Mrs. Jeri Parsons, now techniques of successful
being
say July 1 :
for of the year starting .
have contributed distin- competing one salesmanship.Approximately
such a loving
J Playing person.such as guished service to the club scholarships in the field of President. Rev. George. 100
shuffleboard games, bingo, volley- and the community. mental health, expressed Harper; President-elect, Dr. members Rotaryanns, and
ball, and card games is such a 'The awards were presented hopes of winning and described Wayne Whiffen; Secretary, guests enjoyed a steak dinner
Hatcher Treasurer
ERI' good way to release tension, by T.H Slade, Rotary what a year of study Harry Farnsworth; Ser eant-at- preceding the program.
Pat
and everyone has such a good Foundation chairman who abroad would mean to her in ;

time. One very thoughtful aide
made a churn of homemadeice Lisa Coleman Joanna Knepper and Norman Young
cream to eat after one of

our Submitted volleyball by Beverly games.McGee; JoeD.SappJr. Wed June 25 In Keystone Hts. CeremonyMiss

Activity Director. ToWed July 15
Joanna Mary Knepper,
daughter of Mr and Mrs.
Shower Honoree Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Leland P.
Knepper ?sTarkt*.
ALEI Coleman of Morgan Road .
and Norman Thomas Young, .e' .1I
Lisa Coleman announce the approaching son of Mr. and Mrs. NormanJ.
marriage of their daughter, Young of Albany, Ga., were ,
MI Lisa Gail to Joe D. Sapp, Jr., married June 25 at noon in St.
Miss Lisa Coleman, July 15 son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. William Catholic Church in
I bride-elect, was honored at a Sapp, Sr. of Lawtey. Keystone.
\ bridal shower June 28 at the The wedding will take place Father Michael Williams
\/is. home of Mrs. Butch Prevatt in Friday, July 15, at 8 p.m. in conducted the marriage in
Lawtey.A the Morgan Road Baptist Christ candle and marriage
lavendar and white color Church. banner nuptial rites before an
theme was carried out in the All friends and relatives are altar flanked by baskets of
decorations. invited to attend.
'white gladiolus and
The cake and punch table marguerite daIsIes.
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was centered with" a 9&an Providing the traditional

..i centerpiece flanked by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Peterson wedding marches was Mrs.
lavendar tapers, greenery and and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gloria Allen, organist. Tom
lavender zinnias. John Heller of Largo, Miss Prevost provided several )
The hostesses Mrs. Butch
vocal selections. I
Rose Heller of Clearwater and
1 Prevatt, Mrs. Dory Ranjabarand Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Stoner and David Knepper and
Miss Shelia
Sapp pre- Mr. and Mrs. John Stoner of Laurence Knepper gave
sented the honoree with
an during the \r '.h
Ocala were weekend guests of scripture readings y
electric fry-pan as a mementoof
Mr. and Mrs. George W. ceremony, and altar server
the occasion
Brown at Kingsley Lake. was the brother of the bride
elect Francis Knepper.

N [ Harvey Young, brother of
the bridegroom, served as
1 1r Now Is A Good Time To Start That best man and the usher was Mr. and Mrs. Norman Young

Larry Knepper of Gainesville.The .

Diet You've Been Talking About! empire bride styled, gown wearing of white an James Duncan Celebrates5th I


11(5( DOa4( Q m(OD dotted marriage swiss by ,her was father.given in Birthday. June 30

Her gown featured a high
is CLOSEDthru neckline bishop sleeves and James Scott Duncan, son of and John Ripphnger, Terri
an empire waistline accented Mr. and Mrs. Jim Duncan of and Traci Crawford. Tim and
July 16 with Venice lace.The hemlineof Starke celebrated his fifth Amy Lewis, Brian and Jason

ForVaoationWe the gown featured corresponding birthday Thursday June 30, Crawford, Donnie Francis,
Venice lace, along with an afternoon party at his Bryan Bagwell, Lisa Brown,
Will Reopen On Monday, July 18 with her Cathedral length veil home in Pinebreeze sub- Freeman Register and Kelly
of illusion head
piece. division. Ann Duncan.
i Miss Teresa Knepper, sisterof Attending the party and
----------------------------, the bride served as maid of enjoying ice cream and cake
honor. She wore a gown of were Beth and Michael 2).J y.-K-IM .
MIKE MITCHELL I yellow cotton, flocked with McKinney Julie, Aimee
roses and daisies, featuring a Jonathan Ferguson Michael
1 high neckline, cape collar and Dr. Bill Lennon of the Brad-
VAR HEYL LINCOLN MERCURY INC. I cape sleeves. Yellow ribbon DUPLICATE BRIDGE ford-Union Guidance and
1 1I trimmed the waist line and Mental Health Center in
I 2201 N. Main St. Gainesville. Fla. A neck and she wore sprigs of CLUB RESULTSDr Starke attended the 1977
---- 1 baby's breath in her hair. Summer Study Program on
I I 372-4251 I BEE! 372.4251 1 1U"'S and Mrs. Jim Mine- Rural Mental Health Services
1 -------- singer were the winning
held the
I BB on University of
-.-= I I. Miss Sue Morris and Fabian couple at Duplicate Bridge Wisconsin campus June 2024.
I' Saxon of Pompano and Mrs Tuesday night. Mrs. Lela
"More Cars For More People 1 CL. Landon and daughter, Albrecht and Mrs. Charles
1 Natalie, of Phoenix, Ariz. Kidelle were second and Jeff Mr and Mrs. Herbert Green
\ I Than Anyone Else" TI 1 were weekend guests of Mr. Wrenshall and Eva Mathewson and son. Charlie and Mrs.
Denmark were third. J.H. Fields spent the weekendin
Mrs. S.G.
and
----------------------------
Cocoa visiting friends and
relatives and attending the
Softball game.

Local admittances to Brad-

Snapper picks upVhere most ford County Hospital this
week include: Joe Griffis,-
Mrs. Margie Holtzendorf,
mowers leave off. Mrs. Lucy Herlong, Mrs.
Linda Thomas, Mrs. Winifred
toRacks (Boots) Green Mrs. Bertie
Myers, Miss Sandra Booth
Snapper riding mowers Snapper mowers vacuum Mrs. Nina Sanders and

vacuum as you mow as you mow. Nathan Raulerson of Starke;
Optional.bushel Large capacity bag k' Mrs. Ida Jones of Graham;

grass catcher. mounted between + Mrs. Debra Broughton of
,
With proper attachments handles for total ,. Raiford; of and Mark

of Quality .,, Snapper can solve many maneuverability.yard Cavanaugh as Hampton.--
care problems 18"or 21"cuts.
with IF YOU NEED
ease.
Summer Printing get It from MM pro-
fmsionals. Serving Starke for

I I Clothing ,8 years Bradford Printer

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_oIf :.. COUNTY TELEGRAPH

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Miss Adrianne Gassett Richard Denmark -..--- ;
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pePeonalo
I Mrs. Ted Barney Cato of Alachua is Mrs. Susan Stodghill and (<'.11. Kramer was In North ,
Kammareddine of
guest this week of Mr. and Bill Brewer of Melbourne Florida Regional
Hospitalover ,
Repeat Vows June 25 In Keystone HeightsMiss Miami Is visiting her aunt '
Mr.and Mrs.Steve Tilley of Mrs. AJ. Barry for several Mrs Raleigh Brannen at spent the weekend with Mr the weekend for observation 1
Bedford Lake. and and
Mrs.
Baker
Larry
Nora Adrianne Tampa spent the weekend weeks before joining her hus- treatment .
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. band in Saudi, - -- - -- -- .
Gassett, daughter of Arabia. .
Mr. and
Mrs. J.H. Gassett, and W.E. tilley. 1. . .m
Richard Franklin Denmark, Archie Green'of Miami "
son of Mr. and Mrs. M.F Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh spent the long weekend with f
Denmark, all of Keystone Brannen had as July 4th his .mother!; Mrs. L.J. Green. TEST IPKIVE .1 I ;j,
Heights, were joined in the guests Mr. and Mrs. Tracy A
holy bonds of matrimony June Jones of Hampton and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin :
5 THE AMAZING .
Jones of
25 at 6 p.m. in the Friendship and Mrs. Rothelle spent the long weekend with
Bible Church in Keystone. Theressa and their families.BIRTHS' their son-in-law and daughter!( ,
The Rev Richard Hoover, Mr. and Mrs.James Montuoroand "
asssited by the Itev. Merle daughters in Hopkins- I
Packham of Hope Baptist ville Ky.
Church officiated during the
double ring ceremony, Rabbit
Two large baskets nf white Mr and Mrs. Mike May of =
gladiolus and chrysanthemums Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ocala visited her mother, I
pink carnations and Colson, Sr. of Brooker Mrs. W.II. Hart on MondayDr. 1 '.
straw flanked
purple mums a :
of ,
announce the birth a son _
large candelabra centering Michael Dougals Colson, Jr. and Mrs. H.H, Adams 1
Garlands the front of the church. ,: born June 30 in Alachua and Mrs.J 11. Moseley visited '.. I
of .
white roses and A -
and
General Hospital. Dr. Mrs. J.E. Moseley in -
greenery ran along the tops of 'Grandparents are Mrs. Pearl Knoxville, Tenn. over the Jt----- .
the railing and the church
Colson of Starke and Mr. and weekend.
pews were decorated with f Victor Jones of Brooker. 1
Mrs.
white
satin ribbon streamers.
!Mrs Jeannette Overmoyer a ------- Claude Crowson visited his l4222 MILLER-BROWN MOTORS I
provided organ music, with NEED TO CLEAN YOURTYPE"RITtR7 sister, Mrs. W.W. Sellers In
Robin Lane at the piano. : I .. \ : Con by Burlington, N.C. last
Soloists ere Ashley Dckle. 'iGrr 'i\ A The ONleo Shop .nd pick up week. N, W. 13th ST. US. 441 NORTH GAINESVILLE

the!Mrs. bridegroom Sherri Howell, sister ho was of typewriter ome liquid clener for your :. RI IIOEEEEEE ...

accompanied on the guitar by '
her husband Earl How ell. 4 yt I ,
M (F.Denmark served as his
son's best man and groomsmen -
were Brian Gassett I 1
hiolhi-r of the bride; Paul
t
LCI no. Michael Chance Jerry
Tt'Skelurk! and Bo Davis, r
ncphvws of the bridegroom. ,
The bride appearing in a
self designed gown of bridal I i 1 1hrfpe4
I'alin.IUS given in marriage
b>' her father. ,

o.t'rlaof The bodice Chantilly featured lace an ", / J.. 1 1I'

sheer puffed sleeves complimented ..... i
w it h lace cuffs. The A. "
I line skirt, which ended in a '
Chapel length tram bordered rN4i ..' Yrr. 1 I'I'I '
at the hemline with a lace
tuffle. was overla.ved. ilh .. I
sheer polsester A satin
fumberbund complimented Mr. and Mrs. Richard Denmark

thfUciistline which tied In the carnations trimmed with. Guests were greeted at the
Ixick in a large bow trimmed f us hi a ribbons. door by Mrs. Joann Patray, Ii
with t tins seed pearls. The flower girl was Lori Mrs. Lou Patray ands I Mrs MODELS
A fingertip veil of bridal Lynn Davis, niece of the Chris Patray. HEW
illusion trimmed in Chantilly bridegroom. Gary Don Assisting with the receptionwere
lace und gathered in a Juliet Brewer, cousin of the bride, Sandra Sargeant, Cu
cap' adorned the bride's head was ring bearer. Debbie Weeks, Marianne aTRWU- C I :
and she carried a bouquet of (following the wedding a Boatw right,. Terri Aljets and PR
white roses reception was held in the Marlynn Patray.
The hride's sister. Suzanne (Fellowship Hall Following a wedding trip to
iaisett.: served as maid of Floral arrangements of pink Gallmburg Tenn the couple MUST MAKE
honor wearing a lushia and l'arnalions.hite chrysanthemums will reside in Orange Park.
hluc Moral print on a rose pink accented with a Both graduated from the ,
hlll'k roulld. Her gown touch of purple, and a silver Keystone Heights High 1 1A (
featured a beige lace yoke. l'andlelabraIth burning School the bride in 1977 and ROOMS!
lace trimmed cape sleeves tapers complimented the the bridegroom, 1971.
and a tiered skirt She wore a room. The groom received his BS 4
pink hat trimmed with white A three tiered wedding degree in sociology from the
eyelet ribbons and carried a cake, trimmed with pink University of Florida in 1974 Great forOlJICs '
I Iriuquel; | of white roses. flowers, cherubs and bride and is presently a Lieutenantin .
Her attendants wearing and groom was topped with a the u.s. Navy stationed at
similar 'Ins.ere :Mary dove of peace ornament. the Naval Air Station, in Opportunity .
'13\hill' Leigh Brannon. Beth The punch bowl was 'Jacksonville. ,
.nirl, Briar Patra and"Pam', Kay trimmed with greenery and SAVE! SAVE!'' L
Klankcnship white mums and the chocolate SAVE!
:Mallard Thl'arried 1 '
noseti.ivo -
room'tcake with
was topped FLORIDA r
nl, while mums! pink glared( grapes. f(

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:Miss IVggl/ / Corded, A blue, yellow nnd white u.rw ';.":."':": 1 I Mi" eu.raaee ,
daughter( ofIr: and Mrs. color theme was carried out in 1'% '
Charles Dillon the bride of J<,u of'koonvillebecame fwightMurphyonJune23at2p flowers at. the wedding( andrl'Ct'pllon. uu: r1o uTaes. wftrade esker aerie.

: m at Mrs. Janet' Baker made the. JULIE CHRISTIECARRIES
the. Morgan /Head Baptist wedding cake decorated In A1' .
Church with /Rev Robert yellow and white, as a gift to THE wi
Cooper officiating the bride and groom. Mrs.
Mr. Murphy's family is Marilyn Larsen cut the cake 'DEMONSEED i
from Boulward Heights. Md. and Mrs Baker presided at
The bride wore a floor the punch bowl.
length, white gown with a Miss Pamela Cordell. sister Sawyer Slade
cathedral length veil and of the bride, kept the bride's
carried a bouquet of daisies book. U
and baby's breath The couple Is residing on Fear for hr.
Glenda Polatty attended as Morgan Road In Starke after a'
matron of honor.Connie Higgs wedding trip lo Disney World. R MGM IkMtedattlstsPt
was bridesmaid. Appliance Center
They wore -------- uS
floor length blue print dresses
trimmed in white lace.
Glenn Leach attended as Patrick McGriff and lon tt '
best man. Stephen Murphy Patrick McGriff Ill of CAR
was usher. Milwaukee. WIs. sp"' the Rt
Donald Cordell and Scotty past week with his .her I u.n.....","" 332 W. Madison St. V,
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Summer Bluegrass Music .. .. .. d" ....." .,_ ," Councilopens Jobs :
I I riYYw I

Show Was Good One"We i To All Comers "I


.. :} :" four point resolution lor the
had a good one," says is the big fall show, set October show will also feature -, \ .. Divided over whether there Interim before the land use
,
promoter Ken Clark of last October Red White and \ qualified city
7,8, 9. October entertainers Bluegrass -- are enough Is by state and
weekend's annual summer will include The Eddie Fisher and the Dixie _C,' residents to fill vacancies In local approved officials Warren
Bluegrass Music Show at Mayor and Buford, a Bluegrass Boys, Flat-Top city Jobs, the Starke Council proposed buildings or structures
Lawtey's 40(-acre park. nationally known country Travelers, Mark Pruitt and \ voted 3-2 Tuesday night to not in conformance with
Clark placed the number of comedy team, and The Boys the New Country Grass from '1;;'" I' rescind a prior resolution requiring future'Iand use come under
Bluegrass music fans visiting From Indiana, the top rated North Carolina, and the < employees to live in of the
thescrutnity: council to
the pa rk Saturday and Sunday vocal group Cor.Bluegrass American Bluegrass Express. ,,; the town limits. show the Intent of the council
at from 1,200 to 1,500 The music for three consecutive Last weekend's show was '" Explaining his motion,. toward land
summer show is usually the years. covered by'Jacksonville tele- commissioner Joe Warren use.
'
.
smallest of the three. "Just to see 'The Mayor and vision station Channel 4 and Iw tt said in some Instances Starke City attorney George Pierce
Next show slated for the Buford' would be worth the featured on Channel 4's news 6 .,r was not large enough to be pointed that while Warren was
Law tey Bluegrass Music Park whole show," says Clark. The Sunday night. The TV station \ ."i'4.,. / able. to fill vacancies with basically right the city wouldbe
was also filming for a special ., '.t better qualified people.. "begging the question of.
m be aired this fall all ". .11;' 4\\ Wilbur law suits" not to follow present
to on typesof ', :> : \\'i1\ Commissioners
in the
Prc entertainment in the local ,{ Waters and Vernon Silcox zoning interim.
\ ,' .. I ; with Following defeat: of the
area. Several state news- \\I. voted In agreement
SALE also covered the show, ( J. .. 1 \ Warren motion commissioners agreed

Inventory Clark papers said.4.H'ers. .I't,. JIll..';. :'.fuf''''; .,';,'..;,:.".. \ ,\ 94i ; I: were In opposition mayor Charles to the Schaefer motion to let to the the resolution planning council be passedon as

"
commissioner Harold "food for thought only.
Camp ( \.i. 1 'i l. ... ... : and said he felt with In other business before
SATUROAYJULY9 J '. ?. \ Epps. Epps
:
: :H. going Into executive sessionon
,, 6ii .. i i.i city unemployment at 8.8 percent
s.ONE DAY ONLY This Week i"lll''' : I". L It;! plenty of people could fill police bargaining the
% tk : 1. city vacancies if they knew council:
0\ ".J when a position became -Approved city rnillage at
Off --
13 At Lake 3.532 to receive about $6.6UU
ROSES Cherry : George; English and the Blue Ridge Gentlemen from Marietta, Ga. are shown vacant.We should take care of our additional revenue over the

performing on the Itage at the Lawtey Bluegrass Music Park.. own,"said Epps."If it workedfor 1976 level of $125,488. The cityof
VIBURNUM-LIGUSTRUM Approximately 30 4-H'ers Starke has taxable
a whole year, no reason to property
from Bradford County are '' totaling W7,591,984
change it, he added. Epps
NORFOLK PINESCROTONS camping at 4-H Camp Cherry said it was like taking bread -Was reminded by Mayor
Lake near Madison this week Schaefer that the deadline for
for the people who paid the
Along with 40 4-H'ers from :
SCHEFFLER PALMS : commissioners salaries not to elected officials to file
1t .
Baker and Union Counties "' r at 8 hire them as vacancies financial disclosure forms
DRACENAJUNIPER they are enjoying a week of occurred. with the county clerk is July
learning, fun and relaxation. 15
Warren
Another motion by
PITTOSPORUM CROWN OF THORNS During their stay at camp did not fare as well and died -Epps said the proposedland
these young people are involved use plan is now availablein
for the lack of a second.
in classes on fire arm city hall for interested
X Warren said after recent editorials -
safety, electricity, grooming
he began work on a persons to see.
manners, swimming and
One Week Beginning July 7, 1977 more. i
kA91 ;'
The 4-H'ers and agents left k 1976 Was Disappointing Year

Monday, July", and will i R I

return 4-H'ers on Friday participating, July 8.from q ari a s In Florida And SE Job Market

PINE BARK this county are: Evette
had unemplo ent rates often
MULCH Az?. '149 lOp G HAND Drawdy Bright,, Jenecia, Terri Bright Parrish, Jody southeast For Florida, .1976 was and a disappointing the- percent any above

LIf year, both in the
FNUGGETSlag CARD Melanie Parrish, Michelle small number of jobs theregion's Trade employment in the
Stilwell David Stone, Randy generatedand state rose for several months
9 economy
-t"ICONCRETE 'I" OD Balkcom, Tammy Baldree, in the summer and fall ending in March but then fell
Budd Belanger, Mary Anne F.a1 erosion of earlier job gains. to a lower level. than during
PATIO, tt* Miller, Tasha Livingston, tyt The Florida Chamber of the recession.
O/ Mary Sue Wright, Khandice
Commerce said the winter
PICNIC TABLE _
Stroud, Pete Hodge,
Tiny and spring Drought great promise The southeast saw a six per.
w/3BENCHES HARD Hodge, Belinda Melson, Butch hll'ersOffToCnmp for recovery, but theI cent drop in construction employment
TOOLS Faulkner, Deborah Roberts, Pictured above are the youths that will I state teetered in the summer while Florida had
Reg Attend 4-H camp at Ca mp Cherry Lake near Madison,
149", $ 9S 10 Gene Joyner Darla Roberts, where they will enjoy rive days of learning,fun and relaxation.They are pictured just before they and flopped in the fall. About around a 10 percent drop and
0 % Camilla Uvingston, William boarded the bus on Monday, July 4, that would take them to camp. The youths are scheduled to 110,000 workers left the South there was a two percent decrease
Off Cruce, Regina Rasnick, Don
return on Friday, July 8. last year to fin, work somewhere in government employment .
Green, Doug Green, Tammy else ant I Florida still .
Barnes, Eddie Barnes, Stacey


GO 95 VALUE -.,. Hayes and IFYOUNEEDPrinting Jill Hayes. Soil Surveys Necessary For Proper Land Use, IFAS Saysby I


get it from the pro. Joe Boyd Implement soil and water con. talists also use these surveysto capability and the uses of the of Agriculture.:
fessionals. Starke for Student AI.lltantIIIIIUtute servation measures. More rev understand and plan for the soil. The project originally had
Serving u
GRASS CATCHER or cently, planners, best utilization,
/ VI ,.ars. of Food engineers, managementand 10-year deadline as its goal.
architects and others con- conservation of soil and Until 1973, the' federal
and but
Bradford Printers Agricultural some limitations in fundIng -
r70 CASH rJ! ,v<: U4-4305 Science cerned with building and water resources. government was the primary created a manpower
,1M.W. Call r University developing are using soil surveys source of funds for developinga shortage and it is now, estimated -
DISCOUNT f of Florida "*":-' for Information that is The survey is an acre-by-. state-wide survey. But officials that the project will be '
wy vital to the construction of acre inventory of the soils realized that with the completed in the mid.19KU'sIn
i IN GAINESVILLE The importance projects and the area around found In the state. Covering level of funds then being provided

On Purchase of any new PRINTINGSee of proper land use in them. the land on foot, samples are a comprehensive map the (1976-77 year, most of
STOCK I a state with a growth rate as taken at various points and at could not be developed until the survey activity will be
Us For All Your rapid as Florida's cannot be With the information that a various depths by professionalsoil the year 2015. It was decidedto concentrated in 10 counties;
HAHN RIDER understated. For planners in a soil survey offers, an engineeror scientists. boost the funding by using Jackson Lee, Leon, Martin.
LIMITED Printing Needs. wide variety of agencies and builder can determine state and local monies as well Pasco, Polk, Santa Rosa SI
fields to accurately plan the during the planning stages The soil is examined in detail as the federal funds to map Johns, St. Lucie, and Vol usia.
.
Letterheads, Envelopes. way land should be used, an what conditions he can expectto In a soil laboratory by roughly 21 million acres of As the are completed .
surveys
(IORIDAV WE Business Cards, Fort. extensive soil survey, Is encounter. In some cases, it technicians of the University Florida land within the next 10 they are published in
SERVICE Books Sales Books. Eta: necessary. has been possible to save the of Florida's Institute of Food to 15 years. Much of this the regular USDA series by
tfT WE SELL cost of entire buildings and Agricultural Services acreage is located in areas the SCS making them
accessible -
) through the use of the IFAS). Complete which forecasters will
POWELL surveys physical say en- to and
c PRINTINGRay Farmers and ranchers have public private
ONTKOlI
by locating the proper land for chemical and mineralogicaldeterminations counter heavy growth in the users.
GARDEN CENTER 'long been aware of the need to construction.
are made for near future.
1CMIMCA1.Ce I Powell, Owner know the capability of the land The process of determiningwhen
the individual
layers of each
75 SW. 2nd Av Uk Bultar$. support certain crops and to Ecologists and environ men- profile These an area gets surveyed is
analyses aid in The accelerated survey is based on a three-level priority
496-3377 proper classifications and being conducted by the IFAS list. The list rates local, state
I provide the basis for pre Soil Science Department and and federal level con
Y dicting soil behavior and the Soil conservation Service siderations with local needs
making interpretations on the (SCS) of the U.S. Department carrying the most weight.

fl hHliNll I I.. o I w I Among the local conditions
II ; officials look for in assigning
I I I VIII I dairy a high priority designation, is
pressure in that area from expanding -
II ,' t'' I at l F in StarkeH Energy Savings commercial housing.developments.industry and

I Also considered Is whether


YOU'RE TWOBIT./ALE> CENTRAL HEAT & AIR and to local the Water governments survey Conservation and if contribute the District Soil-


GONNA LOVE Completely Installed assitance needs that the the technical survey

could provide.
<+- Every &
Monday
Tuesday > On the statelevel, area of
critical state concern as designated
THE CHANGE. I by the Environ
i* HAPPY DAYS MENU mental Land and Water

Management Act are of principal

The change in the BEEF HAMBURGER..................25 $1,590 concern. Areas that are
Weight Watchers Program. planned for land-use changes

The change it FRENCH FRIES......................25' such as highways are also
can
WORLD'S among considerations on the

m t in you. I GREATEST DQ SHAKE.,...........,..25'M 2 TON SYSTEM list.On the federal level of the
\nd the change we'll put in i '
SUNDAE priority list, defense installations
yc pocket, to give you your I ..........................25' (PLUS ANY NECESSARY ELECTRICAL WORK and areas applying
first taste of it. 1 ) for federal assistance

What are you waiting *- 3 S loans programs are considered.such as housing

for? Start !
; FREE HOME SURVEY

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r. ,sr SW5.3ss.o1 Tem\1"Qo'...3through'hlp explained the minimum the principals skills. Jockel asked

1 end rod { 1 for a score of 60 percent to
or' r8.\o\fIt\fle\ reOl0". \ IfI' el.t allow for test flexibility. The
JI.I&\ e"'O'I a .\0. mllnOs .. .ace N board voted to keep the 70 per-
afl 0\ the ueua9ht WstchMay cent as recommended by the
1 c"o\ State
\&ua Department,
a\ of
-
1y _
/T on -- Education.
911 Georola. _
tee \ -
u\130 S.E _-- Other requirements the
aafl are
't&.E.f\OI'I --- 1 1nchtse FROZEN'DAIRY DESSERI student must have the approval -
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or
1 S --- "WEIGHT MII7A the classroom
--- eacher.: u a student has
30 70 CALORIES THAT TASTE LIKE A MILLION been retained during l his never
\ : stay
_- Carrier i In the
.. WATCHERS CHOCOLATE VANILLASTRAWBERRY grade groupings, K-3, 4S .-
and
6-8 he mUSt meet all
criteria, if he has been r
L The Authority; t tained once during his stay re-in ...,

________..-__....-__ ... _0' .______ CUPS PINTSPACKS QUARTS 24 Hour Expert Service On All Makes Of t the meet grade two of groupings the three lie criteria.must J

Air Coudrtionmg & i.I.. Also aU ?*?. Jockel explained.
Heating atuden'not'
f EquipmentSAWYER scoring at
TOlh t the total< math
METING NEAR section of the
Lady Over 40 Ta C. county wide
test 10 the pre'
f RECREATION CENTER -: } _dinl year will be scheduled ,
7 Hours 'Daily :. 6 Day'starkV1"C: In-a basic arithmetic clas :
PLATT STREET-STARKE 'swaaw' not scoring
a 7.0
Apply In Person Anytime : grade .
equivalent
on the total
'
MONDAY, 7 P.M. Air Conditioning readlnQ section will be
i QI S Jcheduled In a I
Dairy
For more Information call toll free -800-342-9155 ,! ..rliln.. speaking reading and.

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Land sales have taken over Leslie Franklin Glisson and the SW corner of the NW>,4 of '210 feet'then west 66 feet to Bradco Development Corp %
I 10() drop in May, with 'wife to Robert A. Moody and Sec. 12 T6S R20E, containingtwo point of beginning, lying and to Act IV Corp of Gainesville,
-..w .., Bradford County wife, a parcel of land lying In acres more or less, $100. being'In Sec.-29, T7S, R21E, all of block 23, Livingston, ;; r II
totalling $874,500 for May the NW,. of SEU: of .Sec. 3.V! Gilbert Q. Crosley and wife 6500. Truby and Company's Addi- l1
compared with $777,265 in T6S R22E.1.000.. to Wiley P. Sweat and wife a Beatrice Shelp Kimmons to tion to the City of Starke In "'a. T
April sales.Property. W.M. Harris and wife to parcel In the S\Vy of SWI,!. of Thomas H. LeFevers. Sec. 28 T6S, R22E, 1500. "
transactions in George E. Bell and Jeanette Sec. 14, T6S, R22E, $2,500. beginning 105 yards west of Eugene F.Shaw James L. J .
May 1976 were SM4B75, over II. Crews the S'a' of NEV4 of Wiley P. Sweat and wife to the west 'edge of the T&J Womack and wife. Lot 6, o
$270.000 1 more than this May. SE 4 of NW'4, save and excepting Emmett L. Vickers and wlfei Railway right-of-way, on the Block 3, The Woods, a sub- ..
Compared to other sales of : a parcel in the west a parcel in the north side of- the Starke and division, $7,000. ?
this year, May sales were side reserved in John Uglow, the SWV of Sec. 14. T6S, Brooker Highway in Graham.
below the average. iilso, the S''yof NW',4 of SW 4a R22E and one 1969 Marlow Fla., then 70 yards to point of Jewell T. Roberts to 1 '.
Prices of transactions nrp of NEI/ ull in Sec. 15, T6S. mobile Home Unit, $7,000. beginning and lying and beingin Richard Eugene Starling and 17 SYf!' 11yM11 rt ",
figured from documentary lax I122E, 8.5 acres more or less, Lester T. Prevatt to Ray Graham, also the west 319 wife, a lot 60 feet by 100 feet in L, '
stamps affixed to deeds filed $28.000. Knight and wife, the S>/4 of the feet of 3.5 acres of land> Lot .4, Block 4, Town of / y e
in the office of the county Stephen L. 'Beckwith and SEU of the NEV4 of the SEV4 beginning at a point on the Lawtey, 5500. t
clerk. wife to Fermin Santos and of Sec. 22, T6S R22E 2000. west side of the T&J Railroad W.H. Hall to Frank D
May sales were: wife, Lot 40, Geneva Lake May Belle Whitehead and right-of-way where it crosses Genest, the SMi of theSE ,
Estates: 4000. LK. (husband), to Dewey B. the south line of the NWV4 of >/4 of the MEV4 of Sec. 34,. c aa
W.ll. Noe l'I and wife to !\J.C. Roberts to Patrick C. McKinney and wife, a parcelin the NEV4 of Sec. 29. T7S, R21E T7S, R22E, containing 20
Armond. Lehman and wife Dickens III and wife the west the SW V4 of the SWVi\ of Sec. and running north along said acres more or less $22,600.
a parcel of land containing 301 165 feet of the north 147 feet of 26, T6S R22E, 1000. right-of-way line 70 yards to a o ... b .. .
Liquors a bar and lounge, the SI"< of Lot 22. and the east Stevenson Construction Co., point of beginning then run .
located in the SIS' of the SKot :> r 435 feet of the north 147 feet of Inc. to Mark K. Milner and west 170 yards north 124 and 'l/ :' '. :: ,. 1;' J i
Sec. 1(1( TBS. H22E the S'':j of Lot 23 of Woodlawn wife Lot 15, Block 5, 2-5 yards, east 224 yards to \ .
commencing at the E'a' of the Sec. 18. T5S K22E two acres Southgate Replat, 31000. railroad right-of-way and r "
SW' of said SK'i and run more or less $13,500. Henry E. Browder and wifeto south'along said right-of-way
zero degrees and 20 minutes The Ott! Corp. to Robert Robert E. Hall and wife, a 124 and 2-5 yards to point of ->
oust along the westerly Allen Lash, Lot 33 of an unrecorded parcel containing five acres beginning, $5,500. "!"-
boundary of said K'-j.:' 89.13 map of Seminole more or less, lying partially in
foot to point of beginning Ridge Unit No. 6, 3200. the NWV4 of the, SEV4 and George J. White, Jrto'':;
$7: .OUU.( Geneva Lakes Estates Inc. partially in NEV4 of SWV of Charles W, Tatum; Tom W.
David L. GOd l'y and wife to to Robert Wilson Sevales and Sec. 5, T7S, R22E, 9500. Tatum Sr., and Tom W. .' .Yarnpvur
Douglas,: M Gray: and wife 50) wife Lot 29 Geneva Lake Garland Mallory and wife to 'Tatum,Jr. and undivided one-
legit north and south on Walnut Estates, a subdivision, $3,500. William D. Lancaster and third interest to each as / j
Street and running( through Alfred C. Boree and wife to wife, a parcel of land in the tenants. 11.63 acres more or ,
(lock 9 east t und west In Leo V. Hilsinger and wife, Lot SWVi of the NEV'4 of Sec. 6.TGS. less, parcel A, lying and beinga T 'j I ,
Tl'llIple'sdlhlion to the City 6, Block B, Seminole Ridge, R22E containing 11.12 part of lot 62, in the Town of
nl Sturke and <>42 N. Walnut Unit 4, $63,000.Calvin acres, $23,000.Thomas Lawtey, east of the railroad.
SI rift. $17 51NI. Varnes and wife to H. LeFevers to 11700.
Hetty A Phillips, Merrcll! F.G. Armstrong and wife a Thomas H. LeFevers and Keystone Heights Cemetery
Di'i'S and wile, the south 25 parcel 210 feet on each side wife,beginning 105 yards west Ass. to Charlotte Gregory, the ni NYC ..
Iwt of Lot' 3: mock 5. lying in the SW corner of the of the west edge of the T&J Wokf the SV4 of Lot 27 --
Soul hgate( Hopl.it.t $1.000. W'i': of the N'2' of the SEI of Railway right-of-way on the Keystone Heights Cemetery I
the NW'j' of Sec. 25, T5S north side of the Starke and First Addition $100. It : .- 11
H21E one acre more or less, Brooker highway in Graham. Act IV Corp. of Gainesvilleto t ..
!May" Charity Tucker to 6100. Fla., and run west 105 feet, Bradco Development Corp., 1
Katie !Mae I>a\'is. I the frac- Dora J, Haisten to Donald then north 70 yards then east all of block 3, Livingston.
tional SK; corner of NIi': of K. Bagwell and Robert C. 105 feet and south 70 yards to Truby and Co.'s Addition to :' co .. .
SVV'i' of Sec. 22. T6S. R22E. BJgwell, commence at the point of beginning lying and the City of Starke, a sub- .;" 1 ,*-. + r.
run then north 200 feet to pointof southerly corner of the land being In Graham, Fla, and 3.5 division, all being in Sec. 28, ''! Evelyn M. Vaughn and Boree Decorating and Gladys C. Edwards' to L... '
beginning( run north .200 conveyed to Kenneth Bagwell, acres beginning at point on the T6S R22E, $1,500. Evelyn V. Powell to Arthur Painting Inc., to Mike L. Lucille E. Broun Jones, a I _" '"',,' 'B'
feet lo a canal run south 86 run north along the easterly west side of the T&J Railroad Bruno; Lots 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,10,11, Hanks Lots 8 and 9 of parcel containing 8.3 acres ita I Ra".". .
degrees w est tilling/ canal bra boundary of said property 180 right-of-way, where said Gilbert Q. Crosley and wife and 12 of Block 7 In Hampton, Seminole Ridge Subdivision more or less in the SW'j of -_
ch lalll'l' of ISO:; feet then south feet then run east 90 feet, then right-of-way crosses the south to Welcom Corp of Gaines- '.Sec,.30, T7S, R22E, $7,600. $8,000. the SWU of See, 21, T6S, \ ...,nry, .1 I N. I
1:00:: feet then north III(; degrees south 180 feet more or less to line of the NWtt of the NE',4 of .ville. Lot 35, New Hampton ... Leslie W. Harper and wife to Larry M. Easton and wife to K22E In Starke, 9000. : :
neat along canal, run east I:>0 the northerly boundary of the Sec. 29,- T7S, R21E, running ,Beach 75000. ,Kerry H. Harrell and wife, Howard R. Boree and wife, a MildredG. Glisson to DavidL. .. .
lees to point of beginning $UK). county graded road then run north along said right-of-way Jim Toney to L. Toney 'Lot ,,30, Deerwood, a' subdivision parcel of land situated in Godsey and wife; a parcelof ....... C'L. I
:Neil: 11. George to Peggy J. westerly,, and along said line 70 yards to a point of begin at the NE comer of the ;. of a portion of Sec. 5, fractional Sec:12, T9S, R22E, land containing one acre in .,. ...,; : I
.h'nninjos.) ( the south 170 feet of northerly boundary 90 feet beginning then west 170 NEVi: of the SEV4 of Sec. 21, .T7S-; R22E. $7.000. more commonly known as Lot the NWU of the NE'4' of Sec. ". .:: .n
Tract! I-A and the south 170 more or less to point of yards, north 125 and 2-5 yards T6S, R22E, run south 312 feet r Aaron Charney Williams 15 of Seminole Ridge Unit 5, 35, T6S R22E $500. l, .
'lift (if (he east 100 leet of beginning, all lying and beingin and east 224 yards to a' for point of beginning from and wife to Robert Dale Johns $30,100. Gene D. Adams to Jewell ., : !. :
Tract 2A. !Mount Pleasant on Sec. 16, T6S. R22E and one 'railroad right-of-way then point of beginning:run west 200feet. and wife, a parcel of land in Eileen Hartley, of ,
Silver lake Sl l.MM! ). Brigadaire Mobile Home, one south! along said right-of-way, north 100 feet, east 200 ,the) NE'/. of the SEI/. of Sec. Percy Rosenbloom Jr. to land Tract 2-C a of parcel Mount .' .,
I. Khitehead and wife frame dwelling and three tool 124 and 2-5 yards to point of feet to west right of way line 29, T6S, R22E. 4500. Kenneth L. Carlton situated and wife, a Pleasant on Silver Lake, a -r. I .',. .. .
in the
and Sieve Whitehead und C. houses and all contents 'on beginning; $100. of public street, then south ',Aaron Charney Williamsand parcel of land subdivision, 1 .
\\hiteheadtoJerral Lee above said properly $100.: along' west right of way of wife to Carl L. Johns and W i of the NW'/4.of Sec. 15, .$29,500. I.ne .
Johnson and wife, parcel No. Joel M. (Hull. Sr. and wife to James A. Griffis and wife to public street 100 feet to pointof R. Lamar Shaw d-b-a T7S, R22E, $7,500. Walter Williams and sons. t'
e. a portion of I the N'a; of NE11nl James C. Penmnglon and Thomas H. LeFevers and beginning all lying and Builders a parcel the NEV4 James Abner Jones, Jr and Inc. to Wallace Bradley and "
SW'' i of Sec. 3. TITS; K22E wife Lot 13 of Conerly wife beginning 105 yards weal being in Sec 21 T6S, R22E, of the SE4 of Sec 29 T6S, wife to Samuel L. Sprouseand wife. Lot 27A,part of the SW'4 '
one acre $2.500. Estates 49000. of the west edge of the T&J $100. R22E $4,000.Irving wife Lot 24 Block A, of the SEI4'' of See: 35, T5S, \
George 1-' Kaufman and Gloria Jeanelle Black and Railway right-of-way on the R.E. Jones and wife to T. Young and wife to Cypress Beach 23500. K22E, $11,000.Robert Mary M. Humphries t to John
wife. to Elmo II. Cannon. Jr.. husband to Robert L. Black north side of the Starke and Kenneth L. Reeves and wife, Irving T. Young, IV and wife, Shi Anne Shimer to David L. Hamrick and wifeto Anderson and wife a parcel of
and w ife. Lot 6. Block 2, Keystone and wire, a lot of land 150 feet Brooker Highway in Graham, the E of the SE 1of the a parcel of land in the SEU of Jones Sr., and wife, Lots 5, 7 Robert G. Bitgood and wife land lying in the NW' of t hf'I
Club Estates: Unit 1. northerly and southerly by 100 Fla., and run north 210 feet. NWK of the SEV4 of Sec. 34, the NWU: of Sec. 20, T7S, and 8 of Block 6 of E. W. Lot l 11 l on Palm Ave., Crystal SEI4 of Sec. ,34. TGS. R22E. '- .
$::17.HKI.( ) feet' easterly and westerly in then run east 66 feet run south T6S R22E 2800. R22E $100. Hayes a subdivision,; 3000. Lake Homesites. 2400. $1.400.
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Precast PipeExpected AT ECKERD'S YOU KNOW THE PRESCRIPTION IS '., ;


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A program recently ENTIRE SELECTION w I a_h N.ie
developed the r Y4
by Florida REG. t& HARD TO HOLD
Department Transportation
(DOT)' working closely with I I LADIESSHOES "
contractors will benefit TWO RELIEF, MAKES
Bradford County by about JUST EIGHT ,,,,
$1,000 QUARTS,,
Florida DOT Is working WONDERFULPROFESSIOHAl &
closely with contractors to 100CT
produce cost effective designs
PAK OFTEN
through use of the value en- EXTRA STRENGTH HAWAIIAN PUNCH I
gineering incentive program HAIRSPRAY SANDALS I
which provides !the contractor CONTACMULTI DRINK MIX OR
Incentive to
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better techniques to completea WYLER LEMONADEMIX
project while reducing con- l CAPSULES
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quality.First beneficiaries. of the I IYS 12
program are Bradford County 159 HOUR 09
and contracting firm Jensonof RELIEF YOUR
99rry' 00 OFF
Jacksonville. The sug LIMIT CHOICE I
gestion by Edward F. Jensen LIMIT ONE REG. 1.39
president of the firm was to ONE
substitute precast rather than
field poured concrete mitered REGULAR PRICE
pipe ends on driveways along
Pleasant Grove Road. As a
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Grove the DOT.Road Since work Pleasant is being I ....- r : GALAXY COMBI! LOUNGECadmium MOWER '
financed with Bradford (Cop ertol18 LOTION OF 40 35 H f BRIGGS STRATTON .r4
4 CYCLE INGINE EAST .
County secondary funds plated Heel with SPIN STARTER NYLON /
$1,000 will be returned tocounty's 2 oz. TUBE ; 12 INCH covet and built.in head pad. SCARING. ..CONTROLS tLj
coffers. LIMIT ONE Adiuttt to 7 positions Attt. TRASH BAGS ON HANDLE
On the surface this suggestion ; 3 SPEED color combination, REG 88 "it
seems Insignificant; but 11'- 20 GALLON '141 88 119
when this procedure is III II II ,
adopted state-wide, it offers a r FLOOR FAN 988REG. SIZE.REG 299
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Alcohol Leading a, MODEL DELUXE 2153 22 99 .

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the Florida Highway Patrol. e *
"Records for 1976 show that RUBBING :rCALCULATOIGIR8DT ECOLOGY GRILLA 2000GRASS.,. EDGER
drinking alcohol was the ANT &
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can impair driving skills, the 995 SWITCH ;
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percent pound person limit exceed after the three 10 JOHNSON'S] KODAK AX-15 50 QUART FOAM GARRITY -Xy .

drinks within one hour" LIFE LITE i
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Gunter announced today that Ii.I t
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partment's Gainesville "I,
Service Office will be
relocated
effective July 1. 'S FAMOUS PHOTO OFFER Film Prints Kodak Film ; -

facility The new will location be 901 NW for the 8th ARM & HAMMER '" TWICE THE PRINTS Get an extra set of prints with" every roll of 41: When you pick, up your developed film, and wi
color or black and white Mm developed and buy two rolls of Kodacolor or black ry : I
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I Auto Smashes Into Front Of Community Bank



The Fourth of July fireworks and $10( to Lee's 1974 Janey, 72, was towing a was reported t to only one of his Assistant Police
may have shattered a Chevrolet. The City of Starke travel trailer when the three passengers Teresa Harold Crews 53, of I !
few ears, but for the sign that was hit by Brown accident occurred and Bartolomey,, 18, of Tampa. was Involved in a (
Community Slate Bank, all after he left the roadway had Investigation revealed that collision early
that was shattered was a front $25 in damage. Damage to the the rear' tail lights on the The Starke Police reported morning when he I It
I window. Community State Bank was travel trailer were not on at another accident later on the
I Monday morning, long estimated at 2500. the time of the collision. afternoon of the 4th, when a an automobile after
before festivities for celebrating James Brown Three hundred dollars in
Charley was Lake Placid Fla. girl ran a garding a traffic signal
the Fourth of July treated and taken to Bradford damage was done to Dyal's red lightshe; said she didn'tsee was northbound on
began. Charles James Brown County Hospital after the 1973 Chevrolet. Damage doneto it in time to stop. ha
: 73, of Hampton was traveling accident, where he is listed in Janey's 1965 Volkswagon according to a report
I west on Madison St.at 40 mph. fair condition according to a was estimated at $100 in Tommie Anne Steele 15, of Florida Highway
As he approached 1 the Walnut hospital spokesman. He was damage was done to his travel Lake Placid, was driving easton D.C.. Roberts. iI
Street intersection, the light charged with running a red trailer. Call Street at 25 mph when I
had turned to red but Brownran light. Possible injury was As Crews was I _
,
red the ,
the light on
through it. The desk located directly in reported for both. she ran 1972 pickup truck '
Call and
of Water '
Billie Rawls Lee of Crystal back of the smashed window Janey was charged with corner Streets. Manuel Hills 21, of vehicle driven by h' :q :!1i1.:
River, was traveling on would not have been empty if defective tail lights. Palatka, was driving north on Alloy Driggers 70, of
Walnut St., but could not stop Monday hadn't been a Sunday night, 'Jose Water St. at 5 mph when was westbound on SR .,
in time to avoid colliding with holiday. The desk Is usually Bartolomey, 23, of Tampa, Steele's car collided with the As the vehicles H
Brown. occupied by bank executiveBill was charged with speed too left rear fender of Hills' 1969 the intersection, L .,,' t. ii
After the collision Brown proceode to cross ,
Tilley. fast for conditions, when his Pontiac. t
left the roadway and traveled Friday night, Clarence B. car hit a puddle in the road the light in his
120 feet, striking the front of Janey was driving south on SR causing him to lose control of Hills' car was knocked 180 Crews failed to t 4 ;,
the Community State Bank 200 when a car, driven by his vehicle. degrees around coming to a the traffic light for
building. David Eugene Dyal, 20, of Bartolomeywas going southon rest heading south. SR 200 was red. -
Damages to the autos Hampton Lake, didn't see SR-200 at 45 mph when the Crews then skidded -
involved were estimated at Janey'scar, and collided with mishap occurred. After he hit and collided with
All three of
Hills'passengers
SfiOO to Brown's 1003< i Chevrolet the rear of the car the puddle and lost control of Point of impact was ]
Rose Lane
the car, he left the roadway on ,andRobert 17.- west of the east curb : j
Sammie Wright, 17,
the side and traveled 145 SR-200 and 22 feet north
right Brown, 18, all of ----
south curb line of
culvert with the -
feet struck a
then Palatka and Hill himself; Damage to Driggers Fourth of July a Heal Smash
the and
left side of car,
CommunityNews traveled another 15- feet to a suffered possible injury. Oldsmobile was pre'T
final rest. $300. Damage to Crews remnants of the front window of the Community State Hank after it was shattered in u
Over $200 In damage was Tommie Anne Steele was truck was about $100. Chief Bowen is pictured on the phone coordinating the aftermath of the accident.
done to Bartolomey's 1973 charged with running a red No charges were Jim Epps Is looking on.

Pontiac and possible injury light. against either party


Blind ] White Cane When Walking
One For ,The Road'Could

by Elizabeth Walker 17 at New Bethel. You are TALLAHASSEE to avoid injury to the visually handicapped the =
Phone 964-4WiK3 invited. motorist should be pedestrian. respect and consideration -
Macedonia Freewill Cost You $450Slow aware of the pedestrian ways motorists can they deserve," Colonel
NAACP Baptist: Tuesday night uses a white cane traveling safer Beach concluded.
Bradford County Chapter Prayer Meeting; Thursday bering that the blind are:
NAACP will meet Monday night Bible Study; Sunday down! The speeding normally "levied for such traffic are the only cues check both PRINTING Ask
July 18. 7:30: at New Bethel School 10 a.m.; Morning ticket that used to cost $25 conviction. visually for pedestrians and
Baptist Church, There will be Worship 11 a.m.; Afternoon could now nick your bank And: "Any driver convicted pedestrian has, the traffic before See Us For All Your IllU'ley
u program with the youth in Service 3 p.m.Antioch account for$56.25 under a new of a violation of Sec. 316020 Highway Patrol says out of driveways or
i-hurgv. All citizens and Missionary : law effective July I, shall be assessed an addi- "With parking spaces. Printing Needs. f
members are invited to be Thursday night prayer And if you value your tional civil penalty or fine of 30,000 legally blind to pull up to but Letterheads Envelopes. E.
present. meeting B p.m. ; Sunday dollars even 1977 inflated $200 per conviction." Sec. in Florida, drivers the crosswalk.lines. Business Cards Forms
!Notice': There will be a School 10 a.m.; Morning ones-think twice before 316.020 provides penalties for constantly alert for the right of way John.
public hearing of the Worship 11 a.m.; 3 p.m. getting yourself arrested for persons convicted of D.W.I. or pedestrians. Although: Books. Sales Books Etc"A careless act can cause-
Concerned Citizens of Bradford Jerusalem Baptist Church of D.W.I (under the influence), driving with ,10 per cent visually handicapped POWELL PRINTING '[
County at the Vo-Tech Olustee will be in charge of or even for driving with a .10 alcohol content in their blood. sons have learned to use Beach concluded another person to lose hie
center July II. 1977 at 7 p,m. service. percent alcohol content in The extra money will go into cane to be a safe : : Ray Powell Owner dght.Jila scuUnity..and:
All citizens are invited to be The Silver Strand Senior your blood. Under the new law the State's so-called "Good they need the need to be aware 7ft SW and *.. U. Bulk, result In a law suit for
present. Citizens met Wednesday nightat you will find yourself payingan Driver Incentive Fund" others," said cane as and an self in-, 496-3377 $100,000 or more. The
IIrli ('haptl"r 16D.E.S.: the recreation center on extra $200 in addition to administered by the Department -' Eldridge Beach of safety usual $10,000 personal
,
and
Dell Chapter 168 is Florida Street. We are asking what the judge fines you under of Highway Safety and; the Florida Highway the blind give liability policy Is longer
sponsoring a banquet, the the cooperation of all senior his discretionary powers. Motor Vehicles, with the According to no
Yeast of the Five Tables on citizens. That last drink could very well purpose of rebating the Statutes a white red ALL ABOUT adequate. Can the Charley
July :\\0, in the annex of cost you a total of $450) (to say "profits" on a pro rata basisto cane signifies a E. Johns Agency: increase,
Kbcnezer.: Baptist Church. All nothing of suspension of your good drivers who stay legally blind. Any HORSES my Comprehensive
members and friends are driver's license). within the law. approaching a blind Personal Liability .to'.
Im'ited to attend.There will be The new "high cost of Counties must report to the? with such a cane is reql 100000.even $1,000,000''
u musical program presented Obituary driving while drinking" is a State monthly on fines to take all necessary From Purina Will Talk About for'just. few dollars '
with a forum. result of a committee substi- collected, with the first report j The Care & Feeding Of Horses And Will more
Mrs.Pennie Mae Corbett tute to Senate Bill 1181 I. which due at the end of July. So far Answer Your Question/ premium?
Cllt'liCII NEWS: Services were held the Governor allowed to county court officials have TRAVEL ADVENTURE Thurt July 7 Everyone FREE Colfi Charley E.
Greater Bethlehem : Tuesday, July 5, near become law on July I 1,1977. It received no instructions concerning -' .< EDUCATION 7'30 P M l I. Invited & Donuts
Tuesday Prayer Meeting; Waycross, Ga. for Mrs. provides that: "On and after the manner in which' JOHNS
Thursday. night Story Hour. Pennie Mae Corbett, 68, who the effective date of this act, the rebates will be See Chief Kelly US Navy DG-B F..d and Farm supjD AGENCY
i ilomghl) 7:30: ; Friday night died Sunday morning, July 3, any driver convicted of a distributed to good drivers, Recruiting Station StarKe S. WALNUT ST. STARKE
7ui:: Junior Choir rehearsal; at her home at 738 Alton Roadin moving traffic violation shall but it is assumed that such Monday 1O A.M. Til 2 PBradford Nw 100 South Starke 964.996"I I PHONE 964-5070" '
Saturday night Choir No. 3 Starke. be assessed an additional civil drivers will have to make Square 2/ioa/iZ .
rehearsal 7:30: ; Saturday Born in Coffee County, penalty or fine of $30 in application if they wish to -
dinners will be sold from the Georgia. Mrs. Corbett movedto addition to the amount collect_ their share.SPECIAL .
kitchen. Sunday is Youth Day. Starke 24 years ago where ,. .'
Sunday School !9:30: ; Morning she has resided since. She wasa .v\ ..
Worship II a.m.; Dinner will member of the Congrega- J\
be served 12 noon. Evening tional Methodist Church. HARDEE3 jI;
Worship 6 p.m. with the Suvivors include her husband ONKx :

missionaries in charge. Joe R. Corbett of 1O Portrait .
In
Notice! Revival will start x
Starke; a daughter Mrs. Ann l A
July II, through July 22. AllChoirs Davis of Blackshear, Ga.; two Itfiiiiliful Living! dolor:
of the city and persons sons. Melvin Coroett of Starke
interested in singing solos or and J.R. Corbett of Palatka; \ j:9: ,
groups of singers are asked to four brothers; W.L. George, O "1.\""mn '17 Idm', I'rl"hmryro ". ROAST BEEF.GETS
call 4-5136 to be Elige, Ezra and Lamar y I',.hn? ....., .,n:."hI .
programmed, EvangelistWillie Gilliard all of Waycross; two jC I, ,np,,,. ,m.."'""' ""Nlj
Hampton will conduct sisters Mrs. Rhoda Chesshireof -.4 .tllm. ..(HIM,Mil...H<"iurv I
I he meeting.( The public ism Waycross and Mrs. Leno r\t tlnhpMnln.lw' k m!I...wrkU >
iti'il to attend. Harrell of Winter Garden, 11nm"", fin: .mA.nlr, ", .
hurch of God: Sunday Fla.. nine grandchildren and ...
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klsol9:30 l ::!(>: Morning Worship three greatgrandchildren.Funeral / our liih mum quality*offer......,l..nl ti n.urinu an Iniradunwn>*d IOWVPTMP b, *
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I llm:: : Yl'WWSpm.. Evening services were held :00 to 5:00: Naturally lid awl h..N.olourlr' pnnu _..,..obbcaiioA. ..., *ill. be tpurrhaw 1 I YOU TWO
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Worship 6:30.: Tuesday at 3 p.m. in the Zion .nIL" .x n."u *uw
(.irealer Allen Chapel: Hill Freewill Baptist Church Friday 8 Saturday -July 8 S 9Thu
Sunday Convention will startin near Waycross with Rev.
Akichua. July 6, 7 &<< 8 at W.D. Corbett and Rev. David Teal Tile Er Carpet ,
take AMK Church. Inman Burial :
officiating. If think
$1 doesn't
you buy much these
Sunday School 10 a.m.; followed in Zion Hill ,Ji.CallStr Stark '$4.94z3: haven't been to Hardee's days, you
:Morning Service I II I a.m. with Cemetery. lately.
the Young Adult Choir in Archer-Tanner Funeral 1''OI''IE"h' bfi 1 T" Tnl'S sTt mo With the coupon below $1 buys you two big beautiful
charge. Home of Starke was in chargeof Roast Beef sandwiches. Slow-cooked juicy roast beef .
First Born: Tuesday night arrangements. sliced thin and stacked high, with your choice of three tangy
7:43: ; Prayer Service; Friday ,) sauces
night 7:45: tarrying service, x''. Take this coupon to
Sunday School 10:30: : Morning any participating Hardee's and try
f :a a big beautiful Roast Beef sandwich Or two.
Worship It ::30.: YPCW 6 p.m.; '
Evening Pleasant Worship Grove 7:45: Young p.m. Pool Owners: Join the new t You've never had it so good.Yfardegsr..


first Adult and Choir second rehearsal Monday every wave of convenience : \ :

night 7 p.m., Tuesday 7 p.m. J r N The taste that
rtngs you back.
Young Junior rehearsal; u
Wednesday night Prayer ,4

Meeting; Thursday night 7 Install the E-Z Clor -
p.m. Bible Study; Sunday
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School the will day conclude servicesfor Automatic Pool : _

ML Moriahi Tuesday night ChlorinationSystem _
7:30: Prayer Meeting; Sunday '
School 9:30: ; The United ;
now. .
Methodist Women will meet :3

p.m.Free Canaan: Prayer and save. : I o'o ant p ,

Meeting Tuesday, 7 pm.; %( JCJ.
Tarrying Service 7:3t:: chemicals' i
No more measuring ro
Wednesday; Bible Study _
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No more tedious hand-feeding i
Friday at 7:30: p.m. Lei the E-Z Clor System mea- sH+ 'T y :;
Mt. Zion A.M.E.: Friday sure and deliver an even flow 11': "art{ I b c t aMtr .r ,,.________
7:30 Conference Sunday
night : of stabilized chlorine to your clop Me I
School 10 a.m.; Morning pool. automatically ::.==-,
Worship Lovefeast ; i
Communion Service p,m.; The E-Z Clot Automatic Chlorlnatof f :: E-Z Clor Super 90Clor Pacs
Visitors are always welcome. installs quickly into your -- are effective, long-lasting tab-
G4's Miracle Church: pools filtering system Rugged leted chlorine shielded against,
Sunday School 10( a.m.; all-weather plastic, no electrical the sun s rays One Clor Pac
Morning Worship 11 a.m.; connections, Guaranteed for the life lasts up to 4 to 6 weeks depending on
Evening Worship 7:30: Prayer of your pool. pool slzetemperatureand, bather load

Band Meeting 7:30: Monday; ', '
Prayer Meeting, Thursday {
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7:30: ; Friday Bible Study 7:30: ; E-Z CLOR halallla_llall ____. d

Sunday Ebenewr HYPU Baptist 5:30.: : Tuesday AUTOMATIC CHLORINATOR '-i';., '" '1.' t / ....,e w' .......,).'>. ,. ""';,.".";I "i <1 GETS YOU TWO I

night Bible Study 7:30 p.m.; '.-. .., '. 8 .

9:30 Thursday Meeting: conclude 7:30: ;night Sunday services.Prayer School 1. E-Z CLOR I p M BIG BEAUTIFUL! ROAST BEEF !

New BethelBaptJahWednesday Eq4 JAllSSUPERgO* CLOR PACS SANDWICHES'
night 7:30 '
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Prayer Meeting; Saturday 6 !SYSTEMS : I
Choir No. 1 rehearse; (
p.m. I
Sunday School 9:30: ; Morning I

Communion Worship Service.11, 6 P.m. I 3 018ortM r--r r rr

teaching At our church Minister you will that find will a DURRANCE PUMP & .u+fi Starter : ; rr

help you and a teaching SUPPLY CO. :'. .
ministry that will inspire you. 964-7081 i,
You are invited. / a.fa.HQ. ene capon_._,...._ I
The Sunday School and BTU North Temple Ave. Starke Florida 32091 .--- Offer Erplnp" Jut! $2,551?"
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I Worm Farming, A Slimy Business At It's i I' .;.


by Linda Wharton advertised in the popular -The Hybrid, .a smaller During the peak season. !/ "
Raising a mess of worms is
sportsman's Field hires three extra
magazine,
specimen, is also used for Aguilera
a slimy business but
one that and Stream. worm pickers in additions to }
fishing, but Is mainly used for
supports his Manuel Aguilera and In season, Aguilera sells on gardening purposes as a soil the three members of his on !
"family comfortably. an average of 100,000 worms a additive. They are purchased family who help out. Pickersare
('U never" get rich, but it week and.four to five million cheaper than the larger bait paid so much per 1,000 ..
supports us, Aguilera said of
worms in one year. Some re- worm.A worms harvested.
his 10,000 square feet farm tailers order on a weekly large barn, located on the They are then placed in to
located on the south side of basis, some on a monthly farm, looks somewhat like a 5,000 lots and freighted out to 1 '
Lake Geneva off SR-214. basis and some only once a nursery green house and is his commercial buyers. Heals : '
During the peak season, year, he stated. Some just used as a hatchery..Temper !) sells the smaller hybrid lie .,
which is during the summer want enough to get their own atures must be kept In here 1 worms by the truck load and t..L.''
months, the Keystone Worm farm started, he added. between 70 and 85 degrees. these can be purchased 50 per- i
Farm raises from five to 10 In order to gather 100,000 cent under the bait size 4
million worms. worms per week, his farm Worms are started with worms. .
u "If someone doesn't. like needs to be stocked with 20 around 100 per square surface He also bags and sells the of
that number," he said in his times that many for the and In six inch deep soil. They worm castings, (the fertile A
broken English Spanish accent worms to carry out their four are fed with worm feed,whichIs soil left after the worms are '
"they can come out and month cycle of laying and approximately 20 percent sorted out) to nurseries and and
r count them.." growing.On protein. The amount of feed I individuals locally.
} During the past month, the the Keystone Worm they receive determines their a I j .
worm business has been Farm,two types of worms are rate of reproduction and one Aguilera has, a word of
booming, with Aguilera raised, each for a different egg will produce from one to warning to those who think ?
packaging and sending his purpose. 20 worms. they might like to get into the the t;
product by parcel post and air "It takes about four monthstill
-The Giant African Night worm business.. He said there Y
freight to his many retail Crawler, the larger of the two the worms are full bait are a lot of "rip offs" and i .
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buyers all over the United which is mainly used for fish. size, from four to six inches," suggests that people consult of +: .
States. The farm is nationally bait. Aguilera said. with a reputable worm dealer and ,'j\ .
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.5 One way to cool off Is the battle of the barrels. Eventual t
winners were Starke Fire Department members Pat Henry,
----- Wilbur Waters and Denton l>eVoe, f
Framed by the umbrellas is AI Crosby urging listeners to stand up for God community, stale
and nation Kay Bryan of Lawtey gives a frlC'ndlyau as the parade
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And What It Means. to Bradford CountyTake




a ride around the county and companies, including power and tele- Y

you'll see 259 new mobile homes and 147 phone services; ,health departments .a

conventional homes that weren't there (especially the septic tank division);

this time last year. building inspectors, and county commis-
sioners (especially the road and bridge

That's over 400 new dwelling units in crews); law enforcement officers and ;

the county, and does not include permits last but not least the school system. ,1

issued for n'ew homes in Starke.
Receiving: the first plate trophy' for best float was the
From a monetary standpoint, we find Strawberry Swingers Square I Dancing: Club.
Their total value of almost $5,000.000: our county real property valued at

accounts for eighty-three per cent of the $137,000,000 up some $6,000,000 over ",,-, ,-' --- 1ttY

$6,000,000 increase in total value of the preceding year. Even the tedious
the of budget-making is affected Corn shuckers hard at work. The winner was James
property appraisals on county's new process by f
what is in the woods M3 Saunders; runners-up were Doris Kay burn and :MaryamiGriffls.
tax roll. happening county's County Agent's By ,
and farmlands. 1 **

Growth, of course, creates new opportunities Notebook Bobby
but it also creates new Continued growth will eventually Taylor I Jim SllillerAccepled '-
problems. Some businesses, city and affect us all. No one, regardless of socialor '\ I I ,rfti'y.y

county governmental units, and even economic standing, will escape the For West PointJames
home individual citizens may not be prepared opportunities as well as the frustrating I'm hoping the second half poor Prices were seldom
of 1977 will be better for above
our harvesting costs and
for what might happen in the problems brought about by simply farmers than the first half of many growers abandoned r

county in the not too distant future. having more people living within the the year has been. Seems like fields after picking only a few William (Jim) .. ,
boundaries of Bradford County. we have constantly discussed melons. Shiner Jr., son of Dr and ,!' ...
adverse weather conditions Mrs. J.W. Shiner, former resi- "
According to projections by the North
Some Concentration is wh.it it lakes
of of our corn growers dents of Starke, has been accepted -
high costs production, In.
Central Florida Regional Planning Fortunately the county is getting into to climb Mile.Researchers ,
ferior yields and low farm have had big losses this year for enrollment at the a greased (
Council, the county's population should position to cope with this impending prices for livestock and crop because of the drought. Many U.S. Military Academy at
almost double from its present (estimated growth more objectively and effectively products.I'm will try to recover some) of West Point. He will begin his ,
) 13.000 to around 25,000 by 1995. through its Comprehensive Land Use their )Josses (along with some cadet basic training on July. 6 0- Seek
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reminded about the \'egetableand watermelon) at the academy. ,4' !
which has "
Plan been in the making since '%4' Y 1
storv of t the farmer being growers) by planting soybeans -
Another indication of growth, 1973. Good planning requires projections asked what he would do( if he or grain sorghum Shiner is a 1977 graduate of ,: To Manage Jatorw
w hether good or hud, is the clearing of and predictions of the future, had a million dollars. ills Slippery Rock Area High ..
land on every primary and lateral road allowing the public sector to anticipatethe reply was that he would Hopefully, the summer and School in Pennsylvania, The University of Florida
proba bly farm with the money (all growing will be better and where he was a member of the I tUF) Fightin' Gators ul'c'n'l I
in the land that demands that will be
county was formerly placed upon until it was gone our' growers can recover National Honor Society, .4,. the only gators known( lor
devoted! to farming, forests, or even sub-- land available for development and to enough to start all over again Historic Games Club band their bite.

marginal land that was once considered plan for the provision of necessary com- We don't have many far. next tpringI ith renewed faith announcer for all four years of A report by t the Florida
I fit habitation only for I frogs or alligators. munity facilities to serve adequately the mers who started with a and enthusiasm, high school and emcee at the* Game and .'resh'iltC'" "Hsh,
new developments.With million dollars, but wed() have County Band Festivals and Commission points out that
some who hivjust: about exhausted -" One bright spot this springhas numerous other functions. lie there have been 22 illIuc'k"" l by>
Some of us may not have felt the full their own funds and been our home vegetable did the play-by-play an alligators on Flondian if" ,
effects' of this growth up to now, but the aid of its land use plan, Brad- their sources of credit May he gardens. Most\ folks producedas nouncing for football games cently. 16 of Which were other segments of (community life have ford County should be in position to encourage production and prices will much as they needed even during his senior year; received finitely unprovoked(

already felt the demands that are being the orderly, harmonious, and improve soon( so they can stay though we vegetables had some problemswith Tomato the American Legion "The Florida alligator has
some ( School Award in 1973, and the made remarkable
in business, i a comekick
made, andre pre'parinfor/ even judicious use of its land, and to providefor bacterial wilt was very bad Hugh O'Brian Youth Founda- Digest and 'Boy Scouts ,of -iIKe the "'"..fI'/I.when it'
greater demands in the future. Already prolongation/ of the functional: life- Early in the year it looked und some folks had difficulty tion Leadership Award in America, and has taught was considered an endangered
fully conscious of the situation are utility time of the land and its resources. like cattle prices might making irish potatoes. But 1973 sponsored by the Wilderness Survival classes species.: says lr
strengthen. As soon as this most gardens have filled the Jaycees and the National for college students and adult \\avne Marion. wildlifeecologist
was indicated, extreme cold tables, freezers, cans and jars Association of Secondary participants during the ut the \'s School nl
held down winter pasture plus the table of neighbors and School Principals. He won two years: past Forest Resources md t'on
II I Beat The Heat growth( and created a demandfor friends who did not have a first place in the area contestof servalion "There has been ai,
additional hay and feed because garden I hope you have had the National Public Shiner is an Eagle Scout anda apparent increasein tin
winter pastures Mere your share of vegetables this Speaking Contest In 1976, Vigil member of the Order of number and the state now h.l-
making little or no growth year sponsored bv the Reader's the Arrow. He participated in roughly!( 4iKMMi' ) ( to ;;uW.ONI alb
I Our extremely cold winter is now 2. Dress sensibly. Light-weight, light- Additionally, a change in the Eagle Scouts' trip to gators a resource that must
being followed by an extremely hot colored clothing reflects heat and sun- weather in April and May to Washington, D.C. to serve as a now be manager( l I If it isn't I
summer and most of us who vowed last light, and helps maintain normal body hot( and dry prevented growthof FOR E S TR Y- guide during the Bi- the encounters between alb
Richard SchroederIN
spring and summer by centennial Year, and has !gators( und people will
January that we would never complain temperatures, Cotton clothing is coolestof pastures County Forester participated in, the Ptulmonl increase"
again about the heat are you guessedit all. BRADFORD COUNTY programs, The l'l-"s Institute of Fool!
complaining' about the heat. These conditions forced and Agricultural Sciences!
3. Add less fuel to your already overheated many cattlemen to go ahead Shiner also participated in llFASi and the Commissionhave !
and sell cows that they would the International Seminar in
Hut there IS something we can do to body. Foods, such as proteins, increase have held through the summer Forestry Camp Pittsburgh a program to joined forces the to seekways

I help decrease the discomfort of the hot, metabolic heat production and. This, in addition to Young people from across Florida as our population sponsored by Rotary Inter- population(manage through( relocation alligatoi
humid weather of July and August/ besides also increase water loss. supply and demand situations Florida( ate now getting( ready expands," Bethea added In national and the Rotary Clubof harvesting and counting
making it a topic of conversation. throughout the county caused for the opening of America's addition, the students will ( f Slippery Rock to educate The Law Inlorcenll'ntlhI: I
4. Don't let yourself dry out. Drink more cattle on the market and largest and oldest forestry studyr the tYPicall'oooland high school students in area sion of the ('ommis!>iul,
plenty of water and other resulted in lower prices for and national cultures. He Is
fluids. Unlessyou're training camp near High environment for an apprecai- answers annually 7XH( ) in
Extreme heat can be as uncomfortableand cattle being sold( The -llrd: annual presently participating in a
on a salt-restricted diet, take an Springs tion of the interconnected 10.000 complaints about all,
almost as dangerous as intense cold. occasional salt tablet or salt solution I have heard several Florida( Forestry Training parts trees, plants wildlife, television program. "Back gators, many' of these in south.
In average year, some 175 Americansdie when worked veteran cattlemen that Camp, beginning July 10 at soils and water play in the Packing in connection with Florida Marion says OIM-
from summer' heat and/or too much you've up a sweat. even though they have say lostmoney U'Leno State Park is expected delicate ecological balance, Survival member Unlimited.of the United As a third of these complaints rr

sun. Of all natural hoards, only the excessive 5. Vary the temperature around you. ( trying>' to stay in the and senior to high attract school 200 Future junior( "However, it's not all Methodist Church he has suits nuisance in relocation alligator of Hui tin

cold of winter (not lightning Try to escape the heat for at least a few 3'i cattle' years business they during have the had last all Farmers of America study" Rowe said. "There's served three years on the' relocation doesn solve tin

hurricanes, tornadoes floods, or earthquakes hours a day. If it's too hot at home take they can take and will sell ample time for typical attends Administrative the youth Board and problem, he points( out. smtc
) takes a greater average' toll. advantage of cool public places like their herds Some will continue "More and more studentsare camping activities including School Class. Sunday the alligator may become n
interest
expressing an in swimming, sports, movies nuisance in the new location
shopping malls theatres, or restaurants... to grow grass for hay forestry as a career and we and other special programs in Since the
gator is
while now considered
In order to help the public) cope with production others may hope that this week will offer the park" During their residence In threatened
lease a rat he
the so-called "heat syndrome" the National 6. Don't get too much sun and or hocan rent to other cattle. them an insight into this expanding Starke Jim's father, Dr than endangered species the i

Oceanic and Atmospheric remember that you can still get burnedon men better conditions.afford to wait for field which is playingan their The school FFA'ersareselected Vocational Agriculture by- (U Bill Shiner, was employedwith Commission can allow t..
Administration offers the following Sunburn contributeto increasingly vital role in Hercules Powder Co. limited number of nuisance'
suggestions a cloudy day. can life advisor and should a
styles and Mrs.
our explainedJohn Shiner
Looks like now that of taught In alligators to be killed II
by
heat exhaustion marked many the ninth
: by profuse M Bethea the directorof have completed Southside Elementary Schoolfor
our vegetable and field censed trappers This is being
sweating, weakness, dizziness, and will also have a cropgrowers bad the Florida Division of grade and had at least one a w hile.' Dr Shiner is now a done in several counties nl
1. Slow down. Heed body's early Sunstroke be fatal. Forestry. year of Ag. Education. In professor and chairman of the
your cramps. can year Many\ will not get their addition to enrichenmg the north Florida, as part of) II i
warning signs! (fatigue, headache, seed and fertilizer money for the of the particular Department of) Parks and pilot) management
mental and physical inefficiency loss of The old remedy sitting on a cake of back, much less realize a Operating, which expenses is conducted by experiences student it enables them to State Recreation at Slippery\ Rock a statewide plan for dealingwith
Their
camp .
and ice is no longer possible. The ice man profit for their investment and achieve skills needed for the College. daughter. the alligators is needed
appetite, heavy sweating, high pulse labor, the state forestry agency, are Beth. 14. will be a freshman In Marion believes.
rate). Reduce your level of activity cometh no more with a cake of ice, and paid by Florida forest In- Annual Forestry Field Day ,high school next year. Harvesting alligators of
who could maintain his her Production and dustries. Bethea said held in October. The camp u
and cooler or dignity ) for
prices
immediately !get: to a en- certain age or size has worked
and staff made
vironment if possible sitting in a pan of ice cubes'lmiliiji all most year.vegetables: The has cold been winter low 'Two one-week sessions" areschedult'd of faculty Division of Forestry are per-up 1 I| Servicemen 1 1| well However In Louisiana because he says.

III.. ., caused for this year, said sonnel-this year the County fresh water
: replanting south
in Camp Director Mason M\ Foresters from Alachua habitats of north and central
Florida and caused of
most Howe, "The second session Bradford Putnam and Union Williams Serving Florida are very different'
Dq ('OUp our harvested Honda at vegetables about to be begins Sunday, July 17, for Counties will be involved In In Germany from those in Louisiana or the
: the same FFA students from the northern the Everglades, research on the
time. This always has a depressing part of the state," program. Kirch Cons,' Germany alligator in those habitats i Is
pq affect on local prices. Army Private Wilbert C needed before the effects of
i ; \\hileat the facility, the students Williams, whose guardian management schemes may be
This has been one of the are introduced to traditional Blanch Peter ma a lives on Rt predicted,
worst watermelon seasons I forestry practices Including JqI 1. Brocker,, recent '' 'as'assigned ,. Techniques for ,counting
v ir>-/ BOB G FERG'JSON JOHN M MILLER that many of our growers can reforestation, timber -tx_ as a personnel carrier gators and their movements
'//OH Publishers remember. Dry weather de- management, forest fire control I SK driver with the 3rd Armored are being studied by graduate
t lay ed growth( and fruit andprevented genetics.utilization and Division In Kirch Gons, student T.M
set Goodwin
lyl+r.'lrrlwt I Tln.'Ml.iv ii"1' ,utermtas! 'Concl) Class (6tau'ral! !the Post Office at btarkt!: cla under; and
.. < harvest of) a good marketing. Germany, A.R. Woodward under
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"I""IlIt'" | '"tMI>ti .t< ii.irra per year; Pvt. Williams
melons at the "We also stress suchas entered the ,
right t time:Also, areas The'mMf common sumime currently
|lrllk'.u a 06|per year $4 50 sis months r and Army in October 1978 and are
M ,. ..; Ud"1!, Starke. Fla melons from) several areas urban recreational in the United State it Smith. I Is a f. evaluating light'counts lit
came In at the same time and forestry which are becomingmore CloM to 2.5 million Smiths 1973 graduate of Buchholz night on New-nans hike list 11
demand for local melon .was and more important to reside "ere. High School in Gainesville censusing technique.


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!. National And American League All-Star Games To Begin July 16 'W r I



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last week and the two teams
are scheduled to begin play This Is district play. I
The Starke National play t
Saturday July 16, at Walter ;.
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Odom Park in Orange Park.
Saturday, July 16, in Orange .'
There will be eight teams Park and later at 6 p.m. the ''I
4 competing in the week long Starke Americans play
competition, the two Starke Middleburg.
teams, the Union County The All-Stars were chosen I
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team Middleburg, Gainesville on the basis of ability, batting )
East. Gainesville West, average and attitude. '


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Tournament play begins on Badcock at 9:30: p.m. j
I i Friday at Starke'sWestside The Misfits will play the
JI, ., : : : f J: night Park. winners of the Disco's and the
?+f .4, Fem viI Athletics game Saturday at 8
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include the Disco's versus the
In order to play in this
4 4 AThletics at 7 p m., Register's
tournament one must play in a
Amoco against Lowe's at 8:15:
league, be an in-county
Seven teams have resident and have registered I
----- registered for play, among by June 1. The highest level
them the Misfits of Starke theDisco's one can go in this type play is
NATIONAL ALL-STARS AMERICAN All-STARS the state.
First row ((1-r)I John Bennett, Clay .Norman Andy Chaff Brian Whllams Johnny Brown First row (l-r)I John David Francis Mike LeMlre.'Jeff Coltrane Jeff Johnson Jimmy City Athletics.of Alachua Register'lAmoco the Lake "I .
Robert Carver and Mike 'ol"ln. Schoening Mike Waters Jeff Taylor and Mitch Williams. .
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of Lake City,Lowe's of
Second row: Sam Norman, Billy Aaron, Richie Fender Stephen Little Randy Parado, Bruce Second row Grant Williams Emmett Watkins Randy Conner Blaine Dyal Vince Culverson Alachua Lake Butler and tournament will go on to i
Rehberg Kenny Davis and Larry Long Coach Jim Burney Is missing from the picture. Scott Hudson Billy Reitz and Anthony Williams. Coach Mike McRae! : is missing from the picture. Starke's Badcock team. district play in Deland I Ii i



Giants Take Braves 8-6 Women's Open Softball Ends 1. "'I


Gatorettes Number One Team I I

In World Series r I
PlayWorld Women's Open Softball Coltrane and Redding at 3-for- ,
., came to a close last Thursday, 4. Cubbedge at 3-for-3 and
but even with two games to Karen Purpura and Betty i
Series play between to pull them ahead of the this five and one-half inning play that night, the Gatoretteshad Bennett both at 2-for-3. i '
Dixie Youth Baseball Giants,who took an early lead game, seven bases stolen already taken the tournament -
American League Champion. and kept it. by the Giants, two by the K Dominoes 11-Dupontl I
shions, the Braves began The Braves were scorelessin Braves. In this last game,the Gator- In this last game of women's '
Thursday night, with the the first, but the Giants Overall, Jason Bennett was ettes just chalked up another open Softball the Dominoes I'
Giants" taking the game 86. started off the game by 2-for-3 for the Giants and Andy win for themselves in the went out in style taking
The Braves managed to coming on strong taking in Chaff Randy Parado and I.I Starke Recreation Department Dupont 111.Dupont's.
score two runs in the game five runs. John Bennett were all l-for-3. 4 W sponsored play. only run was i
both on homers by Scott There was also a good deal For the Braves, Scott Overall,the Gatorettes went scored by Jan Powell, after '
Hudson. but it wasn't enough of base stealing going on in Hudson was 2-for-4. 8-1 for the season, the her single in the fourth.1'
Dominoes were second at 6-3 Karen Lun and Terry
and Dupont and MacDonald'swere Paverish were both ralleyingfor
tied for third at 27. the Dominoes, both
coming out with a 3-for-3
Udtorettes 16-Mac 0 overall and both getting two .,
MaDonald's was no match doubles and a single. t r
for the Gatorettes in Thursday Feverish came in on all
night women's slowpitch softball three hits and Lun scored on
as the number one team one of her doubles.
the Gatorettes, shut out Mac-
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The Starke Girl's Softball team pictured left to right. Front: Jane Saucer l.orl Muse! Julie
,t1lMrr three home runs in the secondby
f ; NI Grlffis Beth Francis Brenda Wilkinson and Teresa Harley. Middle row: Tom nil Sue :Marshall. IF YOU NEED :j
Lynn Loper Tina Ratliff Debbie Parmenter, Dawn Schoening and Terrl Powell. Back: row: Terri Francis Coltrane, Carolyn Printing get it from the pro- I* !

-, T'r 1 j I / Thomas, Patrice Tankard. Debbie, Ratliff. Redding MacDonalds and Luida came Cubbedge.out with fesslonals.,8 years. Serving Starke for

only two hits in this four and Bradford Printers 11
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newly organized girl's Lori Muse was ralleying for for the game. Some outstanding overallsfor ..................... .
Softball team started off the Starke herself. as she brought The Starke girls 'Softballin ,the game were Violet II ,
wfMp1 season right last Thursday, as four runs and went l-for-4 team's next game in July 14. Kendall. Terri Coburn
I they traveled to Lake City to ,
take Lake City's team 17-6

.y F racking The Starke them in, team scoring was run

Tb T' after run in this seven inning ANNOUNCING 'i
ar game. Julie Griffis was 4for6 -
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a singles and a double, scoringon
all four.Dixie.

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National League Champions the Bddcotk: Furniture Giants: Front row(I-r): Gary Tyson Andy Play 13 SHOP
Chaff Tommy Crosby! Tony Dings Greg Wilkinson. Middle row: Brian Williams.Jason Bennett July STARKE PRINT
I Billy Aaron tarry Saucer: ,Timmy T>son. Hack: row: John HenneU Larry Long Richie .Fender
Handy I'arado. liohbj Epps.jTI: The Dixie Boys All Star
Tournament begins July 13 in ,
/ Gainesville. At this point 18

boys have been chosen for the 107 E. Call St. Phone 964-8925 I :
Starke team two of which will :

; be Those alternates.two have not yet been

:: decided.Four teams will compete in

the All Star play, two from We Are Equipped :1
Gainesville, one from Starke ; :
"s and one from Clay County. ; ,,, ,
yaAY Recreation Director Cheryl \ i t
Godwin will be attending a
meeting in Gainesville on July
11 to discuss the plans for the ;
tournament. Anyone inter
ested in obtaining more information
about the tournament ToHandleAllYourPrinting
should call Miss Godwin at the
rwr
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American League Champion the Gem Jewelry Braves: Even little folk like to try
Front left: liohn Edmondion: Chase Atchison: Mike LeMire John David Francis. Middle row their hand at horseshoe II
(lI.rl): Tony Billiard Charles Strlckl: nd,Pete lleiken. Rick Welch. Back row (l-r I ): Mike Waters pitching. In the back are first STATEMENTS ALL TYPES OF BUSINESS FORMS ,
Raymond Workman Jeff Taylor Vince Culverton, Scott Hudson. place winner Wayne Mundorffand j
rutner-up Leroy Grlffis. .
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First Baptist Takes Over First PlaceIn i'"{

Rubber Stamps and Name Plates Made To Order

Women's Church League Softball 'tJ'tJI

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for the Blue's win over the Fellow Grace Baptist's most active KB Blue IB-Fell.Angels I I
Tuesday night play ship Angels put the Blue's in inning was the third, where The Fellnwshio Angels were
f !
J Women's turned the Church tables concerned.as League far as the first Fellowship place with Angels a 4-1 and tied left for themselves they picked mostly up nine on runs errors.for no Blue match In i Tuesday or First baptist night Come By And Let Us Show You How Our Now

first place was second with Grace Baptist There were four singles for Women's Church League
Before Tuesday night play that Inning though, by Janie play, as First Baptist Blue f
the
First Baptist Blue and Grace I1-F Baptist II Ratliff, Linda Thomas, Sarah walked.. over the Angels.
Fellowship Angels were tied 3- It was a close game, but Faulk and Sherrie Huggins. First Baptist Blue showed Quick Printing Process Can Save You Time
1 for the lead Grace and Baptistwas First Grace Baptist didn't even Overall for Grace Baptist* off their hitting ability in this
second with 2-2 at 0-4. have to finish the sixth inning, Deborah Gray was 2-for-S, six inning game, getting IS
Baptist Gold was fourth taking the game 17-16 over Thomas was 2-foM Faulk hits to the Angels' 6.
First Baptist Gold. was 3-far4, and Huggins was Some outstnading overalls
Grace Baptist's game only ..also 3for4. for First Baptist Blue were And Money
put them turiner in tae nose The score: was 17-9 i in the top June' Norman and Martha
with a 0-5 for the season so far, of the sixth with Grace Baptist For First Baptist Cold, that Grable, both with two Ingles
the
but Baptist Blue's win and >leading. First Baptist made a last minute Inning gave them for a. 2-for.4, and Teresa "
Fellowship Angels loss valiant try for the win pickingup five of the total eight hits they Hobbs and Christie Redding
PRINTING FOR
changed the standings. seven runs In that inninll' made during the game, with both with a for-5.. Hobbs had "QUALITY LESS"b;
Grace Baptist took First but it wasn't enough to s \ Ruth Reddick at 3-for-4 and two doubles and a sing!. and b
Baptist Gold in Tuesday night Grace Baptist with 17 ru n Joan Hurst,Gwen Moxley and Redding went with three
play, leaving their season their side. Wanda Prevatt all at l-for-4. tingles
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----Raifo rd News-----_gf; l I IUy

I :4 r Household Household I II

Margaret Richie survival is slim. Try whipping one can of Eagle NOTICE NOTICE
Phone 431-16K3 Need something to read??? Brand milk, one envelope of bereaponaiblefor debts
& D.W. (will not
q 1 W.G. Hartman
I All the parades The Bradford County library powdered drink mix and one Judy M. Norman or
fireworksand Incurred by
the contents of the Locklier has made application to
affect
not provides a wide range of of Cool Whip. Put it into D.
E.
I ItY Mary S. Yearta barbeques are cup a other than myself,
the does not over until the Bradford County Zoning anyone
can as long as can
materials. The cracker
reading crust chill
Your County Extt'nslonIt' Labor Day. Hope you all had graham ; reclassification of the Norman.
leak. However, if the can is a Board for
IleuneEconomicNAgent<<: and safe charge for non-county resi- and serve. Makes a terrific
t happy Fourth 7.1PLYMPTON
of described below from 6-30 2tpd
if the ends July '
leaking, or are property
dents is $10.00 Someof
1 It'' There is a correction for last per year. dessert. located 2
EA R1A 23 acres
havean to
bulged or if the contents '
the books still
Ol'KSTION' : What foods abnormal odor or appearance weeks colunn the Employees' new are I'm waiting to hear and one-half miles Northwest of
FALCONER by John from about visitors.and'
must be canned In a pressure Club everyone ,
discard the without fishing trip Is Starke on the left of Hwy. 16 In SIGNS
can
J.A.) Cheever, which Is number two 'special events in
runner and why? (Mrs. I scheduled for the 15th of your 6 South
July 6 Township ,
Section
In such ,
tasting the contents.
'J/ the best fiction list.
selling
ANSWER: ALL vegetables and the 13th of August. Somespal'Cs on family. Nothing is. too NW of
have 22 East quarter NOTICE
ALL cases, spoilage may A biography of VIVIEN unimportant. We do want lots Range
except' tomatoes) are still FOR
available. For of SE and
meats fish and poultry must taken place. tt" further information LEIGH by Anne Edwards, of news and information for SW quarter quarter NOT RESPONSIBLE
call Don of NW of SE DOING WORK
SE quarter quarter
)I..< canned in a pressurei ii \ Richie who was also Judy Garland'sbiographer the column. Have a good ANYONE
at
4311685.
r QUESTION: Is it safe to .. il',, :"" J.f. ; T is also in the new week. quarter and a portion of SE UNDER THE NAME OF
i .iniirr because they require a Numerous litter
"ll" of
of SE OTHER
NW
leave unused portions of puppies quarter of quarter PLYMPTON SIGNS
-.J. .. additions. THE THORN-
of 240
: 1,1''l'ssintemperature( have been found
( / foods in the after .. \ along the side to sell lots for con IMMEDIATE
canned can : : quarter THAN THE
I ,degrees or higher to be safe ; f: of the road BERGS by Colleen Mc-
lately
.rttis Please
if
..: ventional homes.
that opening? (Mrs. C.C.) t Cullough which is currently FAMILY.
I the bacteria ca se have
Hum
ANSWER: : Yes, it Is safe toleavefoodintheopencan.ltis you unwanted puppies or number one on the list has also Legals This change in classification is Signed
: lixitl. poisoning. You must use bless Mary Yearta kittens take them to the subject to a public hearing to be John W, Plympton.
I to obtain J been added. For the
team 'under pressure shelter in Gainesville
where held Tuesday July 26 1977
however to place on 6-307-7
,
important youngsters, the summer NOTICE OF INTENTION 2tchg
these high temperllturl's.i will have
they a chance ,
to be
the can in the refrigerator, at 7:30: p.m., in the County
i, 1 ''ssure of 10 pounds' or more would other Begins; Duty As adopted. It is sad to see a reading program will presentthe TO REGISTER Commission Room in the Brad-
just as you any
for
movie THE FORREST
be NAME
11I''lll'llind' it must kept FICTITIOUS
small
animal
'is that
has been
At this
cooked food. Acid foods, such ford County Courthouse.
: constant" throughout the re"IlIft'l dissolve II Eco 110m ;is t left for a long period of time ages 6 and up. Everyone is Pursuant to Section 866.09 time all interested shall SEIZURE
For.illiludes as grapefruit juice, may o in e in the heat. The invited to this and there is no Florida Statutes notice Is here- persons NOTICE OF
: iraboverseallevell little iron from the a A for
good
., add A new county Home Extension :: charge. way young by given that the undersigned
in the
i \pound for I the first 1.000) feet if they stand\ in the refri- Economics Agent, people to spend a few hours.I Walter ft Dianne Westcott, KOA proposal, as specified SHOW CAUSETO

.oaf 1 _. pound for each tiddi- gerator for a long time. This Mrs \Mary Yearta began her Servicemen am interested in having Campground, P.O. Box 173, Zoning Code of Bradford : All persons, firms or corporations
metal is not harmful or dan- County
having or
: 1 initial I I.MK( > feet.Processing duties June 28 for both Brad- some Raiford history in the Starke, Florida, 32091, doing owning,
gerous to health, but may column. If of our senior of A.R. Kiefer. Chairman claiming any Interest in these
I I ime.varies with ford and Union Counties. any business under the firm name
i In1 loud I Those with no acid or cause metallic taste in the Mrs. Yerta graduated from Lovelace SelectedFor citizens would like to con "HAPPY HOE FARMS," Bradford County Zoning Board properties
loud. If you are not going to TrainingSAN tribute, please call me and I'll Rd B SR 16 P.O. Box Itpd 7/7
\,'TV lit lie add require longer Bernau College in Gainesville Starling \
eat such an acid product stop by and see you.PERSONALS. Starke Bradford County, \YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
pioressiiiiS times: ,Ga., with a B.A. in Home 173, ,
;No; aCid foots are: Meat, M ithin a short time, empty the Economics and went on for ANTONIOAirman Florida, 32091, intends to pursuant to Chapter 706, Dolph

I '''ul trv. Fish Seafood, contents into a glass jar or her M.S. at Florida A & M David L. Lovelace, son of : register said fictitious name NOTICE E. Reddish, Sheriff, Bradford

Mushrooms and Eggs. other container. where she was in Home George C. Lovelace of Rt. 1, Hettie Durrance was 'ad- under the provisions of aforesaid County, Florida, has made a
William E. Finucan has made
Brooker, has been selected for mitted the Union General that the
Low acid foods are : Economics Education. She to statute. report following proper-
Artichokes, QUESTION: Can the jars research technical training at Lowry Hospital July 4. We all\ wish Walter D Dianna Westcott, application to the Bradford ties have been seized:
\sparngus. working on a
Ittussel Sprouts, Beets, with screw-tjpe lids from was in home AFB, Colo., in the Air Force her a speedy recovery owners. County Zoning Board for Manufacturer, Raleigh; Model

liioccuh.: Beans, (Corn Cauliiiiiwir. commercially canned jelly grant economics occupational while at A&M. avionics systems field. Skippy Richie son of Mr. Dated this seventh day of reclassification of the property Record; Color, blue; Type, Girls
OR
Carrots Okra, Peas old preserves be saved and Since then she has worked The airman recently completed and Mrs. Don Richie, cele- July, A.D. 1977 at Starke described below from to BP 10 speed; Serial 36493.
6 and one-half miles
spinach Squash, Pumpkin, used for canning fruit md extension services in basic training at brated his fifth birthday at a Florida. located Manufacturer, Ross; Model,
"Potatoes, Yams, Grape pickles? l Mrs! J.J.I( with Broward the County and in Lackland AFB, Tex.? and family party Tuesday June 21. 7/7 4tpd 7/21 Northwest of Starke off Rising Grand Prix; Color, Lavender;
I ANSWER: : Such jars are and has studied the Air Force mission,* Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Road, 20,000 Sq. Ft. of the left Type, Boys 10 speed; Serial I
raves S.C.
These Charleston. of the road, in Section 14,
called "one-trip" jars. and
organization customs and Thornton have issued an Invi- 905779.
with the Alachua
arc made for the one purposeof worked received instruction toall and friendsto PUBLIC NOTICE Township 6 South, Range 21 Model
special in tation family Manufacturer Staiger ,
()KSTIOV: Is it safe toprocess American'sCouncil. ;
Older The School Board of Bradford
County East allow the continuation of
that commercial to
holding human relations. attend fish to be held Color White
food in the oven? Completionof a fry Commodore; ;
Mrs JF ) product. Such jars seem to Mrs. Yearta left for 4-H this training earned the Sunday July 10, at their hold County a, Starke Public, Hearing Florida, will on the operation of a saw sharpening Type, Boys 10 speed; Serial t
NO! seal tightly but actually the individual credits towards an home. The event is to honor shop.
ANSWER: : :NO! :NO! in Lake none.
near follows
Cherry Rule
lids InaOT!; form an airtight Camp associate in Proposed as : This change in classification is
science their
Joseph Lamans Model
applied Manufacturer
(iiM'ti canning is dangerous. Madison Fla. on July 4, andis son. Captain A. Addition 3110 D. ;
-
foods canned in subject to a public hearing to be
seal. If not
The are degree through the Com- Thornton and his wife, who Sport; Color, Green; Type Boys
.l.irs explode.
may scheduled to return July 8. "All monies allocated for textbooks
seals the held on Tuesday, July 26, 1977at
with airtight munity College of the leave from his base
jars Air are on at
: innprnitureol\ the food in the Mrs. Yearta does cross line resources and 10 speed. Serial 9 849611.
in
7:30 the
I library : p.m., County
product may spoil or evendevelop Force. Fort Va. Ladies
\ Eustis are
I.Hilurinn even processingduos work for both Bradford and ether instructional materials and Commission Room In the Brad- Manufacturer, Schwinn; Model,
food
: nut Ret high enough to poisoning Union Counties. She said her Airman Lovelace is a 1976 asked to bring a covered dish supplies shall be provided on an ford County Courthouse. At this Varsity; Color White; Type,

insure (destruction\ of spoilageli.K'leriil organisms. main duty is meeting with graduate of Union County and a beverage. The Thornton equitable basis to all schools. time all persons interested shall Boys 10 speed. Serial 9 none.
I in vegetables.JL'KSTION High School in Lake Butler home is one mile north of the and are required to file your
advisory committees throughout Federal funds shall not you
ha>.' asked program be heard for or against the
Perhaps
you intersection of highway 121
claims within 30 from the
and days
the two counties effect this equitable distributionof
If proposal, as specified in the
( :' : \\ hen hometnn some oilier questions. so. finding out the people's needs.When and 16. In case of rain, the fish funds." date of this Notice on Dolph E.
contact :'Ilarv'l'arta., County will be held at the Raiford Zoning Code of Bradford
loods 3 Melrose Church fry Bradford
.1 I d sire over tears Home Economics she finds them out, her County. Reddish, Sheriff.
nlii.. us it sate lo use them? J-xtl'l1"ion; ", main objective is to solve any Community Center. This Public Hearing will be held County, and/or show cause
I Drawer A.R. Kiefer, Chairman
PI) 1028
Mrs. GA.i1SWFn i i Slarke.gent, .Florida 320U1.) or call problems the people have. Sets Bible SchoolThe Captain Thornton of Union is a 1961 July 18, 1977, at 7 p.m., in the Bradford County Zoning Board. within 30 days from this date
: : Yes if: These problems are usuallyin graduate County School Board Room of the 7/7 why the property should not be
Itchg
''I'I You know how they arepruresscd me on weekdays from 8 a m.lo the categories of: food and High School, so all the class- County School Administrative forfeited and sold by publicationin
a" Wi4-) 2KO.\ .Kxlension Church of God in
:5;
pm. mates in this area should findit
and
,,
meats inC
i nutrition, clothing, home Offices. This Is in compliancewith the manner provided
2M. has set the week of
Melrose
M'HetaMes properly education interesting to stop by and 50 Florida Statutes.
prolexst'd furnishing, consumer Vacation Bible Florida Statutes, Chapter apter
July 11-15 for hello and talk of old times.
"' in pressure canner; health education, say 73-310, as enacted by the 1974 DATED THIS: June 7, 1977
School to be held each evening NOTICEI
'nuts tomatoes, and picklespmcessed Tce4HOMEMAKERS& housing, human development, Come on out and say hello. Florida Legislature. SIGNED: Dolph E, Reddish,
in boiling Mater 7 p.m.Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Griffis I will not be responsible for Sheriff
life.Tmheretohelpin.
and family Thomas L, Casey, Jr.
Patrick J. Riley said a debts other than
after
luihi' spent the last week of June at my own Bradford County Courthouse,

.' i There is no evidence of I can." Mrs. Yearta any said way, $20 gift certificate will be Kingsley Lake. June Superintendent 28, 1977 of Schools June 16, 1977.Lester Telephone No. 9646200, Ext.

imiKige.. : Because of t the ape of You know the given to whoever brings the Need a dessert in a hurry? Willingham 286
TIps To Help "and if I don't answer Bible School. 7/7 2Jchg 7/14 6/16 7/7
to 4tpd
''IK" I aids, I there likely could be I'm not to proud to ask most people weeklong 6/16/ 4tchg 7/7
... change!: m color: texture Staple A Roof? and find out." Events planned for the
Bible
tl.iuir met appearance There It's The Latest Technology Mrs. Yearta's husband magic school arts are and puppets crafts, a NOTICE TO ALL TAXPAYERS OF A PUBLIC HEARINGON

'- .ilso:: loss in nutritive value Experts estimate that 3.4 :Marshall is in Medical Schoolin clown, and refreshments. THE ADOPTION OF A PROPOSED BUDGET BY THE Tax Official's Services

Gainesville, where the SUWANNEE RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
homes will need new who needs ride
million Anyone a or
QUESTION : I Does damage roofs this year. These homeowners couple and their two-and-a- more information is asked to AND OF INTENT TO LEVY A TAX 181 Property Appraiser's and TaxCollector's
,in. the outside of the can mean slash installation half-year old daughter reside. said Rev. Riley. TO FINANCE A PORTION OF SAID BUDGET Fees 15,000
can call 475-2662,
i lie ("KlIIS! unsuitable bur u"e"11" have been .
The 2 counties
costs if they select the right The Church of God is located
\ I.I) I without the services of an You notified that the Board of the ,
roofing contractor. The modern Highway 21 in Melrose.Obituaries. are hereby Governing Sub Total 6 15,000
.1NSWEli: : !Not roofing contractor installs extension home economist on Suwannee River Water Management District will hold a public *" 1

'MI n'ss.irilv Kust" or dents do shingles with a heavy-duty since the resignation of Mrs. hearing at its Headquarters in White Springs. Florida, commencingat Contractual Services

air-powered stapler Becky Giebeig last April. 10:30: a.m.,July 21, 3977, for the(purpose of adopting a budget, or ,. 'I. >

as the same may be amended, for the fiscal year commencing October 203 Printing and Binding 6,000

1, 1977 and ending September 30, 1978. Said hearing may be 204 Publication of Notices 4,300

I R Arthur C. I.ockwood continued from day to day until terminated by the Board. 205 Maps and Blueprints 2.000

gSSERSTICEB: 4 1 Arthur C. Lockwood, Sr. 81, 207 Postage 2,500
""' of Keystone Heights died All persons their attorneys, or agents, owning real or personal 214 Cooperating Agencies 13,500

r \\It\ 1'\ItK BAPTIST Jo"IHSTIETIIOI: >1ST SMYRNA rt.Vl TIS1 CI1CRCT1 Friday, July l I. in the V.A. property subject to taxation in the following counties are Invited to 215 Photographic Expense 500
i OlUltUI CHURCH Elder T.C. Williams Hospital in Gainesville appear before said board and show their objections to said proposed 219 Surveys and Inspection -0-

i Hrv. (.I). Brooks "On the search for a following a long illness. tentative budget which is herinaftar published in full: 221 Public Meetings, Exhibits

t Orange( Street Sunday. Church School for friendly church<<: ?" Mr. Lockytcod was born in and Conference Expense 500
t Counties in DistrictCoI'Jmbia, Dixie Gilchrist, Hamilton, 332
all ages, 9:43: a.m. Morning Big Rapids, Michigan
S .-1 I MMY : Sunday School 10 Worship (Nursery provided) I'melcometoSmyrna February 20 1896 and had Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee, Taylor, Union. 222 Promotion of the District: .- -0-
Counties in District Alachua Baker Bradford Jefferson -
j in\ Worship Service 11 11 a.m lived in Keystone Heights for Partially 226 Travel 20.000
.. in Evening: Worship 7 p m. -- aKINCSLEY Sl'n.Sunday: : School 20 years. Mr. Lockwood Levy, Putnam 227 Utilities ssoO!

\WEDNESDAY:\ \ : Prayer LAKE BAPTIST 10 a.m., Worship Service, Ii retired in 1951 after 30 years 228 Communications Expense 14.000

f! -,-1\ Ice 7 p.m. Kev.FiiiRelirownSUNDAY a.m., B.T.S., 5:45: p.m:, service as a meteorologist for FUNDS ON HAND BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 1977 229 Maintenance and Repairs

-- ---- : Sunday School, Evening. Worship 7 p m. the U.S. Government in (Buddings and Grounds) 14.500,
i 10 a m. ; Morning Worship, 11 All visitors are \ warmly Columbus, Ohio. lie was an 230 Maintenance and Repairs (Mobile) 4,000

\l.l.ENdl.\PEL: : a m.. Church training, 6:30: welcomed!... __ Army veteran of WW II, a Estimated unobligated or net balance on hand 231 Maintenance and Repairs (Support) 2,500

; A.M.E.CIIUUril"Thf: : pm.: Evening Worship, 7:30: S'fARKE(1IUII'lI : member of Magnolia Lodge, at beginning of 1977-78 fiscal year 934,600 290 Other Contractual Services 15,000

,: Kriciill\ ('hurch"I pm. OF' Gill) No. 20, F. & A.M. in Columbus

I 7lll'inrSt..SlarkrHc : \UDESU7:30: : : : p.m. nt'v.1.: .":. Drake Ohio and a member of the Estimated, balance on hand committed Sub Total 5 107,800

i \. !B.(;. llraslir. Pastor ---- Jacksonville Scottish Kite but unexpended (Waccasassa Basin) 6,000

:Madison St. Baptist Sunday: Sunday School, 10 Bodies.

I M.NHAV: : Sunday School Hev. Charles n. Swurtz, am.; Morning Worship, 11 Survivors include his wife, TOTAL S 40.600
1 in) i Morning Irma Mae Dennis Lockwood;
: am. Worship Pastor am.; Evening Worship 7 Commodities
1 :il I a.m. Evening Worship Sunday: Sunday School 9:45: pm. four sons, William E. Lock- INCOMEOCTOBER 1,1977. SEPTEMBEA30,1978

: I'i> in first Sunday only: love am. ; Morning Worship 11 Wednesday : Family wood, of Millbury, Ohio, ..,.J r k Parts and Fittings 1,000

: roost 1 7ll::! p m. Friday before a.m. ; Church Training 6:15: Training Hour, 7:30: p m. Arthur E. Lockwood Jr: of Anticipated from State Legislature 302 Office Materials and Supplies 8.600

1 urst" Suiulav p.m., Evening Worship 7:30p : Friday : Prayer Meeting, Columbus, Ohio, Robert G. General Appropriations '' 375,000 304 Fuel and Lubricants 7.500

: Urlhol Baptist Church m. ;; Nursery Provided l for 7:30: prn.UMTKD. Lockwood of Virginia Beach, 306 Small Tools and Minor Equipment 2,200
Va. and Roy E. Lockwood of
all Services a e a a Estimated from permit fees 18,000 306 Books
: Ih''t'llIII' \ Pastor go
Jacksonville two sisters
Wednesday Children's & PENTECOSTAL ; 307 Chemical ,
Supplies
: School (>
: Sunday 10 -
am.; Mrs. Edna Evensen and Mrs.
Youth Practice 7:30 CHURCH Estimated from interest on certificatesof '
: p.m. ; 309 Photographic Supplies '
Morning Worship I II i am.lwimig > 800
; Emma Robinson both of
!Mid Week Service 7:30 Rev.O.L. Wells deposit 2,000
: t : p.m. 310 Lumber and Wood Products 600
!! Worship 7:30: p m.ulnesday. .; Bradenton Fla. 13
grand-
Adult Choir Practice 8:30: Water St. ; '
:N.
: \le : p.m. 204 311 Metal Products -
Prayer :Meeting 500
': ;i'1' p m. a..a as SUNDAY: Sunday School" children children.and six great.grand- Anticipated from local district taxes '. 446,400 313 Agricultural Suppfes 1,000

---- ST. :MARK'S EPISCOPALRev. 10 a.m. ; Worship services, 11 315 Janitor's Supplies 2 000
Funeral services with
*
: r.M.VARY HAPTIST John Flynn a m., and 7 p.m.WEDNESDAY. Masonic Rites were held TOTAL $ 840.400 318 Laboratory Supplies $ 3,700
Bible
: ('lll'R'IIJini : : 'ttr
Sl'l'ilJ.8:30: : a.m., Holy Monday, July 4, in the DeWittC.
: Kluck, Pastor Study, 7:30: p.m.nUD.Y Unobligated funds available 34,600 320 Drafting Supplies
Eucharist: 10 a.m. Morning Jones Chapel with Kev. 3.7n
: Young People'sService 390 Other
Commodities

....l"USunday: School Prayer.TUESDAY : 9:30:: a.m. 7:30: p.m. Leamon Memortalization Ward officiating.will be by TOTAL 875,000 1900

'> .1 Ii i: a m ; :Morning Worship Prayer Group in Church -aaGI1.111.IM Sub Total i 33,250
I 11 I a in Evening: Worship 7 BAPTIST cremation with burial at a EXPENDITURES OCTOBER 1 1,1977 SEPTEMBER 30, 1978
Building. later date in Columbus Ohio
: |pm'l'd.. Services, 7:30:: p m. CHURCH Current Charges
a an DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Capital Outlay
--- Rev James Starling!! Home in charge of
arrange-
I FIKST AS..EM1ILYOF.:: \ HINECiROVEMETIIODISTCIIUIU.il.: SUNDAY: Sunday School, ments. 401 Rental of Office and Building -0-(

: GUI; )) : 10 a.m. ; Morning Worship, 11 039 Land 50- 402 Rental of Equipment 10,000

: llulljpp Church Rev DenL,Ciileman a m. Bible Study, 6 pm.; 040 Buildings 20,000 403 Insurance Surety Bonds 500
041 1 Books 300
I 1I".16alWl'ld"nSt. Prayer 6:45: p.m. ; Evening 404 hraurance Workmans Compensation
!Mrs Doris Dent Osborne 75 042 Office, Lab ft Field Equipment 15,500 6,000
School .
; Clarke SUNDAY : Sunday Worship 7pm.WEDNESDAY
sl\l\Y: : Sunday School 9:45: a.m. ; Morning Worship, : : Midweek Funeral services will be 045 Mobile Equipment -0- 406 Insurance Auto Rest liability
046 Other
Capital Outlay 1.000
'in a in Morning Worship 11 11 a m.; Evening Services, Prayer Service, 7:30 p.m. held this morning Thursday.. 408 Insurance\ Building Burglary 3,000
: .c. III. Evening Worship 7:30: p m.THURSDAY. ---- 407 Insurance Building
July 7)) for Mrs. Doris Dent Sub Total I $ 36.800
; ":) I : PrayerMeeting GRACE BAPTIST Cllt'RCIIllwy Osborne 75, who died Monday -
'WEDNESDAY: : l: Youth 7-30 p n. 408 Insurance Other 509
: 100A South
in S.C.
4.
--_ July Lexington, Personal Services
; 'nivtitig. p m.; Bible Study SUNDAY: Bible School, 10 Born April 13, 1902 in 490 Other Current Charges: 1,000

: p m ST. EUWAItU'S'ATIlOLIC1tl'V a.m. ; Worship, 11 a.m. ; Columbia, S.C., Mrs. Osborne 101 Professional "Fees and Consulting
Pastor Robert HardenW Training Union, 7 p.m. ; had lived in Keystone Heights Services 16.000 Sub Total 21,000

; elcome! one and all! Patrick II, Foley Evening Worship 8pm. from 1969 until 1975. She was a 103 Salaries 360,000

a a a aIlltt4ICIIRISTLtN WEDNESDAY: Prayer retired proof reader from the Surplus or contingency to fund first quarter .

; Masses: Saturday 7 pm., Meeting, 7:30: p.m. "A church newspaper industry and a Sub Total 366,000 Fiscal Year 1978-79 due. to lack of cash on hand
i OIUUII Sunday 11 a m., Monday 7 where everybody is member of the Keystone during said quarter and for other contingencies

: Ji"ll.ou'1inlsll'r: pm., Tuesday 8:30: a.m., somebody" Heights First Baptist Church. District Matching Share which may arise during 1977-78 Fiscal Year 175.000

Wednesday 6:30: pm.. ---- Survivors include a

: SUNDAY': : Sunday School. Thursday 8:30: a m., first FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH daughter Mrs. Patsy Lee of 120 Group Insurance 4,700 TOTAL S 875.000

9:45: a.m. ; morning service Friday ofmonth, 8:30:: a.m. Rev. Ben Bryant Columbia S.C.; a son, JamesL. 121 Retirement Contributions 33,000

10:45:: ; a m.; youth group, e Confessions: Monday p.m. SUNDAY: Sunday School. Osborne of Blue Jay. Cali- 123 Claims for Unemployment ,

p.m : evening worship, 7 6:45 Parish: pm., or upon request. 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship fornia; two brothers Compensation i -0-

'. pm.. Choir practice, 8 "m.j Council Meetings 11 a.m. ; Church Training 6:15: Townsend Dent and Eugene 125 Employees FICA Payroll
j WEDNESDAY: : : : Bible fourth Altar Monday of each month._ p.m.; Evening Worship 7:30:: Dent, both of Orlando; two Contribution 23,500 Baaed upon toraise the latest said available 1970 tail rolls, i the estimated millage

Study 8. pm.. Society Meetings sisters, Mrs. Rae Ingram and n.cesa&y t446,400.approximately.35ntiflIs:
1st of p.m.WEDNESDAY
Monday each month.
--- Hour of
I. : Mrs. Thelma McCormick, Sub Total $ 61.200
---- Power, 7:30: p m. both of Keystone Heights and
.FIRST PRESBYTERIAN:
CHURCH MORGANROADBAPTIST ---- four grandchildren. Grave Other Personal Service / Donald 0. Morgan
i PINE:' LEVEL BAPTISTRev side funeral services will be

Ir.Jackllandminlster SUNDAY: Sunday School Roman Alvarez held at 11 a.m. today in the 140 Common and Casual Wages 6.000 Donald O. Morgan

f SUNDAY! School 10 a.m., Morning Worship anilServices SUNDAY' Sunday School Keystone Heights Cemeterywith 141 Part-time Assistants 12,960 Executive Director

: Sunday for the Dealft/ a.m.. 10 a.m.; Worship, 11 a.m.; Rev Raymond Scruggs, 142 Student Assistant Program 10.000 Suwannee River Water
9:30:: am.; !Morning Worship Training Union 6:30: p.m. Bible Study 6:30: p.m.; Jr., pastor of the First Baptist 150 USGS Co-op Program 30,000 Management D.trfctr

pant! Evening Worship, 7:30:: p.m. Evening Worship. 7 p m. Church: officiating. DeWitt C
THURSDAY : Choir WEDNESDAY; ; Mid-week WEDNESDAY : Prayer Jones Funeral Home Is in Sub Total 68,950 6-30 2tch5t. I

practice 7:30: p.m. Prayer Service 7:30 p.m Service 7:30: p.m. charge of arrangements.


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Kaiford City Council With the possibility> of the /:
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members are still waiting for new park and communitycenter S S S 59 S S S S S S S S S S .

word on whether their to be built in Raiford it
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application for a grant that was suggested that Raifordset f WANTEDuu1.\ FOR RENT 40x60 block BRADFORD SEPTIC RED WRIGGLERS for sales SPEED EQUIPMENT FOR 0J ; \
would enable them to build building,12'celling. Ideal for TANK SERVICE
a up a woman's club. The 50 for 100. Phone. 9646653. SALE 10 percent above
new Community Center and club would in turn jBe "handedthe moat any buslneoa, Starkoarea. residential pump.outa. 40. Itpd 71YARD eo.'. Olln's Mobile Homo J
Union WANTED WILL PAY lor 1250 per month Phono, Fast service guaranteed.
County Recreational to Service. Highway 100W.,
keys" the
community -- ---- --- .
rid. to J.. [IC..." Aval 964-5606. TF/Chg Phone 904-8121. 4tpd 7/7 .
Park would be Starke. Phone 964-6608. ,
passed. center to run it. This must Monday thru hour. 7/28 SALE Friday JiyS .. .- .-
,
Friday
The grant. which was first be approved by the Union OLIN'S SUBDIVISION -< and Sunday, July 10. Desk TF/Chg .__ I .
7:30 5 Phono --- --
a.m. to pjn. -- --- ---- -
discussed at Tuesday month. SERvlcEt calculator potted plants, / tVWillrnar ..' .
night's County Commission. 9647760. Itehg 77"WANTED" 1/2 acre lota, 130 per LAWN MOBILE HOME LOT with .
meeting/ the Raiford City Joyce C. Norman vice- water and sewage furnished. reasonable rates. ALSO.bou.e..ork. ,ehalra, odd. and ends. 1503 well and septic tank. Small _--1 I r c' a t' .
JW. Pratt. Closed
Council would amount to over president of the council was Tj7el refrloratora Information phono Mark other jobe. No Saturday, down payment. Phone 468-

$25;;<>.(MK) and] would be used to appointed at the meeting to washers, and OlIn;: OU.'. Mobile Horn Job too. small. Phone 964- Itpd 77ADDING.____ ___ 1551. 6/9 TF/Chg I RELTY
rebuild the stoves la condition. Service, Highway 100 West 5452. Itpd 7/7/
existing set up the club and she has > good MACHINEimultiplies --- ------- -
.
Phono Dahmer'. Discount Stark --- --- ---
Center -- I I'
Community and scheduled .
the
create first ,
meeting 1/13 uses tape excellent
9645606.
Phone GUNS FOR SALE 22'
964-7921. TF/Cb HENLEY ELECTRIC ,
u recreational park for the for July I 14, Thursday at 7:30 --- _. condition. Good buyat .
', L TF/Chg 25', and 38's sold at Dab.mel"
p B COMPANY-residential.commercial. ;
county. $85.Phon. 782-3660 after &li NEWLOCATIONI205 -
p.m. at the Raiford Town Hall. I Industrial. Discount. TF/Chg

Even if the grant is not LOST AND FOUND COTTAGE ON LAKE Phone 431-1700 Kaiford. 5 p.m.-Ttlc..... 205 N. TEMPLE I,
The is ------- ---- mobile homo \
money federal awarded the county said it Johnson (125/woek. TF/chg FOR SALE Terwillegar STARKE, FLORIDA
money but the park would be would sell the and tlshlna.. OWNER MOVINGSacrifice parta. and supplies.. OLIN'S
land but Head swimming : --- ------- -- "
controlled by Union County. Start should stay where it Is. LOST Pu... with ".'", ID Phone 473-2108. 0/23 4tchg MOBILE HOME MOVING delnx. (3,000. MOBILE HOME SALES

Members of the council In other council action an card. Tan, trimmed I. 7/14 aloe mobile home hurricane for portable 1500.above-ground You move. I pool Highway 100 West' Stark, FOR THE DISCERNING...
year 964-5606.
black. phone TF/Chg i'
hope that by getting this ordinance went through Its Loot Friday l InLawtoy. --- --------- anchoring and mobile old, 24 ft. diameter. 7 It
rant. it would make it second and due to a vote .Reward. Phone 964- KITCHENETTES homo roof coating. OUa'a deep, aD aceeaaorlee. Call UTILITY BUILDINGS.AH Just minutes (rem Gainesville aiW Stark... this :: -
7622.LouNeD
necessary! for the county to eliminating the third reading. King. Itpd 7/7 utilities Included; totally Mobile Home Service. Phone Palatka 3284678. 6/30 2tpd aluminum, prewired re- artfully -meticulously designed waterfront ,.;
-------- ----
rind a new place to house the and last vote on an ordinancethat LOSTi White/Brown whne- furnished weekly or monthly 964-5606. Highway 100W., 7/7 eeptablea. light. swltchee, home captures a sweeping view of Lake Hampton. -

Head Start Program which is would give the Mayor and haired terrier la vicinity of I N..ratea.Temple Temple!Starko.Motel Phone, 880 Starko. TFJVACIJIJM !! ---- -------- Ughta, tongue and groove The carefree unfilled life awaits you In this 3 BR (

now run out of the existing the council members paymentfor Lake Brooklyn may bo 964-7357. 6/30 3tpd 7/14 BARGAIN Custom made floor, delivered and eat up. 2B CH-A home, boasting handsome den with fireplace .
Community Center. wearing red eoU... Howard. CLEANER REPAIRS ping-pong table. great for Financing available. up to 48 furnished if desired.
attending meetings. They ----- ------- ".
all m.k.1/ ... 35. montho to pay 60 alxea.
Ph... church ,
473-4817. Itchf 7/7 family or
would be MOBILE HOME 12x60
paid this model. Starke Sewing Center Snaukl Starko 964-6020
----- ------- stove. 20., dress form, life to this set fj
Griffis the unspoiled
MayorJD. said that compensation per meeting or .furnished 2BR 2 Bath 101 21V East Call/ Street, gas 964-6021. 5A2 'rFIchgBLUEBERRIES Escape city
I council has no objection to per month (the council FOUND Bull yearling cam. It.on Canal Santa F. Shores phone 96>1-11312. 4tpd child' phonograph and ting..tranquil living in the country. productive j''

having Head Start in the meets monthly). to my peituro. In March near Keystone.100/mo and record., caU. 431.1109 7 n : U-Plck. 50 acres with large comfortable CB home, also at. : ,
Owner can have Illd.aUlled. ......, 75
water A fur centa lb. We-Pkk.
the deposit ; Itpd. per tractive nearly new brick home on one acre.
community per se. only Next hurdle for the
pay lor ad and pasture.Phono nished. Phone 964-7972. Itpd ALCOHOLICS cents per lb. Off Earleton
ANONYMOUS ------- -----
objection: is that when anyone ordinance is to be to 9645722. 7/7 2tpd
put a
6/30 'WATSON'S HOUSE Road |200-). 1.8 mllea. ,
auceesaful OF
else wants to use the center referendum vote at the next 7/14 living north olS R.26.then 1/2 mile "What dreams are made of".year around fishing
-- ---------- for
people who VACUUMS
they must first wait for Head ------------ want to many brandaol and swimming on beautiful Kingsley Lake Yes/ we
general which is 473-2702 .
election MOBILE HOME two STOP drinking" and STAY new ".ca..... Used west. Longneckore 1 ,
Start to rinish for the day. If scheduled for October 18, bedrooms, tlOO per month topped. Meeting Thursdayand machines available.. Expert or 4751151. Open 8 a.m. te do have listings!

the community center is to be Tuesday ;AUTOMOBILES : Phone 9648253. ltpd 6/30 Sunday 8 p.m. Phone' repair,all make Part and. 7:30 p.... Monday through Five old charmlng.contempor.ry ranch brick .
for the community. it must be The council also decided .. ----------- 964-5709' nr 9645434. accessories for all vacuums Saturday tln/ehg year I
home. insulation in walls and ceilings 3 BR 2B,
-- -- -- -- ;
FURNISHED -- -
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available for all members of that the TRAILER -- ---------- Built-in central vacuum
next wouldbe
the community to use. dedicated meeting FOR SALE 1973 Datsun 12' wide, 3 BR 1 1/2 bath CHILD CARE Hour day, ayatema. 404 NW 10th PEAVEY AMP. A FENDER LR, DR K, den CH-A fireplace enclosed garage I }

If the Head Start to going over the 400.Great gas..II.....Save with 12x16 ....lIt... addition, week; any age. License Avenue, Gainesville. Phone SPEAKER Excellent paved drive sidewalks, drapes, c.rpet.ltove. dish- I
programas budget for the next fiscal and bay for 1000. S.. at heat/air aero lot, 300 It. oil nursery, lanced shady, 376-7110. TF/Chg condition. 495. Phone 964- ,washer. Low maintenance superbly constructed .
moved. this goal would be year. The budget must be SR 100. 140/month phis homo cooking. Instruction In all
Standard tatloo, SR-100 &; coutn. 5875. tfpd nearHistorIc town.
SALE. ___
met. approved by September.for 21, Koyeteno Helghta. tin/- deposit. Phone 4962842. pro-hlndargarten basics, : AND CHAIR -
chg t Itchg. 6/30. craft., art., etc. Pat'. Day 169.95 up Dahm.r'eDiscount. frame home set on 1.75 beautifully landscaped t I r

----... --- ---- Care, Waldo D. Thompson, 2/3 TF/Chg LONGCHAMP acres. Also, a brick home on Call & OrangeSt.

School Budget SessionSet MOTOR HOME.. 20 ft. will 2 FURNIsirlED""APART.. 321 Butler Terr., Starko.SE.WING FOR SALE Diamond Home and Building on one-acre plus_ another beautiful lot.....with

ell with or without truck. MENTS one and two bed 4)f) ':..4tpd!/ "..dl.. for any stereo, over Materials some Imaginative renovation_these could be cosmopolitan i

I Walk-In. .1110...., etovo. rooms.Phono 964-8Q71. ltpd ------ 247 different one, w* have exciting and .elegant. ,
refrigerator* fully ...IIa.tala.d. 6/30. MACHINES them all. Dabmer'a Die- -WEBUILD-
For 12,7:30An ---------- all/ makes <
July Phono 964-6020 repaired -
or count. TF/Chg "Yaur Plans Or Ours custom-built I
964-6021. Itchf 7/7 FURNISHED 2 BR H.... cleaned oiled and adjusted, Private world in Green Acres. : home .
Your Lot Or Ours" ready for to mov.1n76. Owner I" Saudi Arabia. .
----- ------- convenient to shopping. (7.Work guaranteed.. J. ., you _. .
DODGE 4WD Power Married couple only Strickland., corner Morgan FREE ESTIMATESRemodeUng
operating budget in a 14 county area, said Wagon 1971 Monitor US/month. Phone 964.. Road and Highway. 16. 3/10 12x70 2 Bedroom Repairs Investment opportunitieS; *medern,. attractive 8- I.. I,

Florida Madder U..., .pok. rim., 5417. Itpd 6/30. TF/Cbaj unit apartment house also restayrenrt on 30!\ S.;in a
excess! of$5 million will be the projected Education ____...:-:;.;_ Front & Rear Model Additions '

subject of a meeting plannedfor Finance Program funds available oft C.B...winch radio 5 318 ton with power take- MOBILE"HmiL"ufcoinftry: BULLDOZER WORK-land Mobile Home Homes most profitable location. 1.V-....*
power Bought-
citizen input with representatives for Bradford County will furnished children welcome. clearing, road building, alto
.t..rl. 36,000 mil...
of the Bradford be 3904418. This projectionis 12600. .Phono 964-6020 or Phone 964-0114 or 473-4777.- prepnrntlon. Phone Edward Excellent Buy At Sold Traded Acreage some of it one step beyond the Imagina. t. ,

County school administration about $300,000 above last 964-6021. Itchf 7/7 4/7 TF/chg Uavia Clen; St. Mary, 1-259- tion. Create yourown "world of utter j \

ear's FEFP .-_____4;.: 3569. security.$1100 an acre.
Tuesday. July 12, at 7:30 funding. This is
: p.m. -- --- --- ---- 7 .o 0 0 ACREAGE FOR
in the school board hearingroom. based on $824 per weighted 1970 FORD PICK-UP: SUMMER COTTAGES o. 4/14 tfn/chg
"
FTE, full time equivalence atandard shift long wheel- Klngslay Lake by week. ---- --.---- OLIN'SMobile SALE Unique 2 and one-half acres of lush tropical garden

bate ) ) rnHee A/C A/C Call 533-2366 after 6 9646853 with 2BR 1 B home with sun porch. garage, utility
The session is set aside for without the cost of living 47,000( ,

general( public discussion and adjustment for each school radio contained& camper kitchen.,.cl.l., bathroom Self- p.m.- -5/26- --TF/chg------- r FOR SALE 1 Home SalesHwy Highway 301 South room natural gas, 521,900. t ..-

information said student. Casey said this year'sprojected '
super. Starke
aleepa 6, 4 jaeke runeoil "
100 West ..StarK
_. inlendent Tom Casey. Also enrollment will be .. Cec'a// T. Terwilfegor
electricity, or truck HOUSES FOR SALE} WHIRLPOOLREFRIERATOR. -'.
present will be director of about 4,000 students. Last .
battery. Many extrae. phone ; : no front.S75. NEW LOCATION! f.
business. Eddie Douglas. years FTE dollar was $756. 4623374. Itchg 7/7 SR 16 West Forayth. TEMPLE

'asey said an explanation of The local tax effort is ---- --- ---- BY OWNER 3 BR frame Phono 964-5156. ltpd 7/7 RALPH BRYAN .m.I STARKE, FLORIDA

receipts and expenditures. projected at 851808. This is OLDSMOBILE 1972 real bo.... newly renovated. --- ----- ---- ; 1

what t funds are available and based on 95 percent of the tax cl.... PS, PB, A/C tit large abided lot, convenientto C.B. RADIO lor sake 23 ., ,- OFFICEPHONE964.7776 '. ,
setting priorities for the roll at 6.4 mills. Last year's ateerinf, power window, chopping center.Matt ... channel. Now for Soft.OO.* Lillian C. Pearson I[9Real RJ.A11 1 D. .

!schcx! year 1977-78 will be discussed local tax effort was $785,110 on 1972 power wagon ...t., CB to appreciate. 115.000 Phone 964-7329 9 to 5:30 0. HOME PHONE. ".-51..5. I. '
mile tinted
How decisions the 6.5 mills.In radio 42,000 negotiable. Phone 9645157. p.m. lUhf 7/7' Real Estate R.-LTOR .. ..
..
.1. completely loaded. .... .
Itchg. 7/7 -- -- -- --- .t- .
legislature makes affect addition to local effort Mild aell. Phone 964-7329 9 ---- YARD.SALE: Hammond 21 1 7 N. Temple .

schix! funding will also be and state FTE funds special to 5:30.: Itchg 7/7 MOBILE'HOME: 8x35 with Rd Friday and Saturday, STARKE Office 964-8788 ,

said Casey. funds as transportation ---- --- ---- screened .... BR I
presented. 8x32 partially bee. 9 Follow signs. 3 frame .house, CH/A FAULKNER
The school budget should be $152,000 instructional VOLKSWAGON.I968.oodco.dltlo. porch. Excellent condition. Itpd 77BEEF fenced corner lot, 115,900. SR 16 WEST .\ ''I
advertised in July' Casey materials $43,781 adult fees .. 695. Abo 4 Perfect for lake. river or -- ----- ---- --- -- ---- --- E
at the Vo-Tech. uied 1.55.13 steal belted cheap Uvln'g. Phone 462- FOR FREEZER: 65 Vt" 4'Z1. OEOROK jionetoTSmSU
said. lie said he has received 54522. bung 2 BR frame witn carport on .
individual budgets from all the budget figure to around tires Itchg, 77OLDSMOBILE 120. Phone 984047. 3374. Itefag 7/1 canto per pound. 'Clifford Fla. Power 15000. 22S--- ,, () ra[ I I CE..c lbHt >
--- -------- Martin 9647145. 7/7 Ztehg (
---- pr Il 'f IT
school and the $5 million mark.CLASSIFIED ,
the centers
county _:. I ..
--- --- ---- 2 BEDROOM HOUSE with 7/14. 8.7 acres-tor 100-S at 100- 'tAh I. L pie Norm Temple A.spRki.FLORIOA-

would begin correlating those : itatlon oak ftoore, tile bath. Kitchen -- --- -- ---- .A, reduced to 13500. 24 Ac... 2 buildings .t,
into an overall budget for the wagon, 1976. (4995. Phone equipped with ...".. Nice ---- over l.OOO'ft. on highway. 126 S.Water St. ,- j -
school system for presentation 964-6062. Itchg 7/7 yard with 5' chain link fence. BRASINGTO'NCadlDac 10 acrea facing SR 230 and 138.000. Tcrma. Sc...... Florida 1
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964.5065
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to the school board some- Good investment at 18,000. Oldsmobile Wilson Road 22000. LAWTEY AREA
time in Phone 9646212. 6/30 Ztpd ---- "
July. Sales & Service :1 1
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Casey just returned from a RATESDeadline [ HELP WANTED f 7/7. Fine Selection Of Used S'/auree facing. tw* graded 1 A 2 Aero lot. High A 2 BR, IB frame house In
----------- roads 9000.
superintendent's conferencein Cart Taken Dry Houses or Mobil town. Separate I 1BR apirt- FARMS:
On
Orlando where he was for insertion 3 BR HOME with 2 bathe, -- -- Homes fromS3.9OO.. meot rented now Excellent 3 BRi, LR, large family ..'
CH/A hardwood floora, Cadillac Trade 36.35 acrea (56,500 .oomIIr.pl., on 15acre. '
PART-TIME OR FULL. Owner
financing condition. '
elected director for theSuperintendent's
,
area Tuesday noon preceding :... .
TIME BUSINESS. B. your landscaped yard. Phone 2OO1N.W.13 378.$301GAINESVD.LE LAWTEY ., with bsrnGrahamterma. "s.
Association Thursday before publi-- own bo... Perfect for hue- owner, 9645667. 6/30 3tcbg" Small 3 room frame house LAST CHANCE! Price Duplex apartment; on i/2 Need. aome .-
cation. band .. 7/14. iner.... SI 00 p.r aero elf repair. '
and .11.. 5332815. TF tCIls .)0 \A ac... 12000. acre.Each unit approx. 830
Let's alt down and ..pl.... --- -- ------- ----- 16171.2.5.7.10. up to 184 sq.lt.. -- -
Murder Suspect Minimum charge$2.00 No obligation. Itpd 7/7 3 BR HOUSE LR. DR. 2 BR frame home completely cr.., from Sl,300/acro Large 4BR frame house t

Kitchen complete. furnished Incl. .....b.r Uwaer financing. ; LR. family room on ten
(Covers Words) ------ --- --- Mobile Home new Largo Riverboat Style I
Each word over 15 EXPERIENCED MAID: 2 remodeled. NX. Woodburn, and dryer.:. 13200.: -- house LR DR 4 BR. .e.lujIlO.!! ,
Returned HereThe 10 cents .. 6 bou,. dally. No phone 718 Laura St.,964.6211.6/30 Service Poles HAMPTON AREA 2Batha. den sleeping.
call.Jo.L. Motel.7/7 tf/chg 4tchg' 7/21. Commercial bldg. 15000. 40 to ZZS'Aeroa from ',orch.. around homo.195x295 301 North 3 BR, LR

------ --- --- 100 AMP ----- 625/Acre.. lot with beautiful frame house. en ten acrea,
suspect in the murder of All classified ads 29 acres (33,500. tractor and equipment. I
HELP WANTED: uperlenl.'d ;;; ; 120 ----- oaks pecans, shrub. ___
I
Bobby Allen Jones. Charley Must be paid for In adVance Mobile Home ----- Owner transferred.. Price

White. was returned to Bradford unless you havean driver Olin's Mobile l NAi 200 AMP! Beautiful farm 51.8 acrea THERESSA AREA .reduced 60 ac..., large 2BR LR.
County Wednesday June established account en 301. Brick home with 2' (frame house with ahadetreea. 1
Home. Phone 9615606. 6- 2O8: ------
29, and placed in the Bradford with The Telegraph. In 16 lire place. 3 BR 2 Bathe. 1-7.10-ap to 137 Acres oil Paul H.Faulkner One 2 BR rental
TF-chg
BILL'S SAW SIIOP complete WMKBAwSM11BT CH A A, barn, fenced SR 100 from Sl.lOO/Acro Rtaltor house, barns, fenced and

County jail. arrested in hat event' $1 1 extra sharpening ...rvfcircular ., i W.M.4.B113S planted pasture (195,400. owner financing.. .- - croae-fenced tractor and f fequlpm.Dt.
White. 26. was charge for billing. Not carbide ---- '
hand AeseciatesIreoeL.Faulkner ,
Atlanta. Ga.. on June 27. on responsible for errors \ :FOR RENT chain, mower blade hollow ii Need small acreage A RAIFORD AREA - / ,

charges of possession of a when given over the ground and balanced. Leave. bldg. lots Lawtey area --- --- ---- 964-SUi New block hone in town 3 .i

stolen car. That car a 1972 phone or when copy Is at Jackson Building Supply customera waiting. 20 Acrea Dairy barn, Susan 81.B.kkea BR, 2 B. LR, (;C/H&A

white Continental. had ,typed and brought Uj. PRIME BUSINESS SPACE Starko or Keyatono Helghta. -- well & pump S30.000. _964-61 72FkriiandRealty Urge garage, quite area,
.. Blvd.
Incased Lawrence 4 BR 2 Bath Double Wide,
.
: -- --- corner lot.Several -
/
He was hg-
belonged to Jones. the office. K..t... _
and Flamingo la Mobile Home, W/Ch&A 3 BR Furnished House on - "'
also in the possession of other Hie. Inquire at Standard MOBILE HOME 1.7 acres w/complete hook paved road $15,000.KEYSTONE commercial on ,

personal items belonging to Station or pb... 473-4907. B.U.A.R.C. up for 2nd MH, (15,000.ASSOCIATES 301. .
Jones at the time of the arrest. T..I--- needs an PARK AREA - J '
shot to death on SILVER QUEEN Executive ---- -- -- 9 acres pasture land
Jones was DirectorS
HOUSE
UNFURNISHED laalde City Limits Silver _
Saada Lakefront
reasonably priced Ju.t off
June 17. with a .22 caliber CORN with 2 BR. kitchen equipped. Walk to Bradford Square LoU Zlpperer 964-7154'or 3Br Furnished Ho.. SR 16, N.W. of Co.....
eight times mostly on the Owen Alvarez (100/month. Security S. In Special, Education or 4 Or Downtown 7823397. 28000. - -
trunk Bradford County dopeeit required firm.Phoas veers bullflii eupsri.nceWorkine Lillian P. a r sen ,
area Bayless Highway -- -- Very nice large frame
won *.,.ree REALTOR '\ 0L..t.FIM
Reddish 964-S157. Itchg 7/7 Cilli.ni.Mult ;
Sheriff Dolph be available. Immediately.Sand $30 Per Month I Acre lots Hou... or house on corner lot In town ,
reported. 6Qdoz ----- ------- reium. belsrs July II let AU city Convealeacea. .... .'- Mobile Hornet Owner 3 BR. 2 baths C/HAA '.

Jones' body was found off 964-5219 MOBILE HOME 12x65 2BR. aradterd.Union Association for Fir., Pole Protection, 7Q-3806. financing" froid"ISOO.Wterfro.t .Urge garage. \
A/C furnished located .,..... .. ,
Road in a woodedarea cu. .. Inc., c o City Gas,Water and --- -- '
Meng Dairy .. SR 23$. Ph... 9644630 Stunt Painf Center. PO. Boo SowerJoLo Swim and *15-20 acre.t.'t-' ; h .Und 1 ;.
on June 18. after 6 p.m. 1 tpd 7/7 111 Slarke. Fla. JJO l 4" WI9a this beautiful clear paved read Graham .
'rlffl on
The two had been house ----- --- ---- Motel l ,WiYf .I ..... lake ft
( a. 100' ..
before MO cYcLES lees.... ... ..... onwater. area..Terms. '
Jacksonville APART. .T '
mates in FURNISHED 964-8810 7 .' Oily :3 lets left at ._ J .
the murder. MENT Largo, adulta only, lT 2" thru :6."; (12,500\: owner finaacing.MISCELLANEOUS 1-3-6 acre homesnes 2 .' ,

When the body was first 1974 HONDA CL 115 *2M>. .. pete. Apply at 405 N.Church BOOTSAt ';- --- -- milee N.W. ot. tsrke.Veryi \.Ij
St. 7/7 TFchgHELP Fast
to RothrVDrilling I --- -
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found there was no S..al Wit.,. Eu.100: S. ,. _
------- double. wide,
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identify it except for a high W....., Starho. Itpd 7/7 ;;j0uss\
school ring with the initial Carradine'sJUSTIN .:;\\\1\ 11. Equipn. ,enl Wait Madieaa 3 BR, large crooned porch added.CH- t
itn""HONDA: szoo. DR. carport, two porcbee. A, on oae acre lot witb'
1961. *MI
BAJ it and the year SiLt J" '
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had been Needs .... work. P.... WRANGLER :fOl STATE UCENSECjPumjam asbestos aiding, good plenty nf tree. '
The school's name i
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inSUZUKI ..neieee.see condition, corner lot, -
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worn off.Through. ---------- Hkrt. Summer sale. ..w going on! 26900.. 393N.TajnpleAve.Starke .' C..ruizl'preperty. 18
leads establishedin Boot selection Beet Prices .J/ .- ---- ,Fl. Iowa, over 15,000 .....*
Sheriff Or STARK NAILS $ .Off.964-7700 I.... Excellent 1 P .
Jacksonville. ......1... Seinkldealer. Anywhere.. 2 Acres 3BR CB H.... buy.
year WANTEDMale Used
Reddish said. the body was Ph... M4-6MO. ISIS CARRADINE'S Q5. Sl.... *,.ll.ht. New & J oH Brnwnlee. Road 124.400. 5.7 ..r.. ,with 3 BR concrete 3 BR t bath i beea; with r

traced back to the now- Sooth w..... (Ml ..... .to.Starhe.l : or Female LEATHER SHOP Sales-Parts-Servicc --- -: bleak. ....... ...,10.. Urge.F* m ...... Very .}
High School CrHfle Loop 3 BR frame
Stanton ;
defunct ) TFCbgFOR / I COPPER WIRE. Highway. .alee. :
hone
hadworked on Beautiful Aero lot
Jones '
in Jacksonville. a Apply In Person 1 .1Ie Se.... .1 Lawtey 12-1 Wlt* 8.aol1tt.4i E-Z Terms 114500. ", '---- - I f
machinist in .
Tw 20-acre tenet
as a r. en U.S.301 30 acre farm land. veryroaaonabh ,
Jacksonville shipyard. SALE Pizza Hut P...... 782-3400 0 0.S.C.C..I....a...i a..t.i...-..--budding--, loU ----- .). Just nil SR 16pavedroad. 1 tl

Reddish reports that White 1961 Chrysler Wagon tact near Country Club Not S or 10 acre tracta 20 : 'f

will come up before the grand .". P/8.P/B, poriecl body 915 N. Temple Ave. DElwXI .. maay left -, owner percent down.Buildeag I BB block--beaoe---Bedford j ..
latter of this ..WI., lees c..... T.".. Imanc ----- I
jury the part murder .390 Stark.PARKING House Cleaning New Installation '. Me iaeit. ....... j
first degree ----- .
month ,
on \ _
111.t Ostsun fair condition a... Toll's. '2S11 - -
charges. He is not out on bail. .'4150PHONE SpecialAny Hone 100* a30; A.... ..11sa' 4 BR brick booaa see bleak I BaU 1 ...... CB .-. 1
Remodeling South just beyond \
with FB. ales, !
: 964-6223 PROBLEMS? Single Story UTIII'TY.SIE. clt,.. FhM' atanjl el timber. bean uptown ewimming pod very la town.
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-'- HOIIleU'.1S Several commercials
Lock at our 'large lot on US lilt 'tlt..", .. ----- '
Two Story House ....................... WEHAV&OTHERSEVENINGS : ..s spur. Us* ..... GEORGE: JR. '.
FOR SALE 301 In Stark* Business 3'.1S to".IS .,....,. e..... *'1O' Durranc ." .. --_--- S ........Jacd.: ....... .
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Diet rid. None Higher ....................... .' wilk. bsus.. .
Mobile Homes .... .... .-S.. .
Qlaatron delux model >> ".95 ----- --- .
18 Oil-street 3 LOMIINO. SUPPLIES SUPPLY .. ......."A.II..
parking on This to a preaiure and -r. ".Realtor ,M4- Cn90. -
115 Johnson power lilt, sides and a brick horn that chemical. cleaning VeraaeP.Odooaanj.lUnlEotnt. ::

':'can b. converted to guaranteed toremove FOB MIC A tilt COMPANY Art Patray, AseeetsteMMee I *) ---- .

asaurne payment commercial or ofllo mildew bug, ..talal.etc. Manager 47 -* BrokerEvening. FOR SALEs' Typ.wvlsreand
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One out of 20 P.r$"* 884 N. Temple Ave,, Wayne Dnnglaa. ..(4-(47( Adding ....... rtItHu

he an extra rib. but among 184.1101 SALE OH LEASE ,, Call Collect...-...l' OIlM. MUU.. ..... Starke teooatate M445M ----- 1 at the Ollla.. ..... p.41714. ....S .

those with spare fibs men Am for CII niter(p.m. g*< !ill .. I"',''. LIST WITH US Pearl A..r....,04._. *- .. *
lead women by 3 to 1. I ;I 04/9o4-88iO ''' '.7/7 ......... 964-7061 WE HUSTLEI 4-771t :-...-------- -
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) TELEGRAPH July 7, 1977LAWTEY


July 4th Activities I

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by Elizabeth Terry : ,' "'t.,".'
P r Phone 782-33IH) ,: '
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CIIUHCII ACTIVITIES and Mrs. Fonzo Prevail cameon and daughter-In-law Rev and I '
CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday Friday. Mrs. Leonard Melton on I :.i
School 10 a.m., Worship Mrs. Daisy Boch went to Sunday. .
1 I Services Ham., and 7 p.m.; visit Mrs. Geneva Redding in Miss Angie Garliz, of I .
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Wildwood. and her mother Callahan, spent a week with aL
730pm.: ; YPE Friday at 7:30: Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and her Miss Vickie Nicula.
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Mrs. Arline Armstrong and ,
p.m.EVERGREEN BAPTIST: and Mrs. Robert Smith and daughter Mrs. McMilhan of

Sunday School 10 a.m. ; family, went to visit her son- Lakeland, visited Mrs. Arm-
Worship Services 11 a.m. and in-law and daughter, Mr. and strong's sister, Mrs. Flossie
7 p.m.; Training Union at 6 Mrs. Tom Whaley and familyIn Rosier last week.
I pm. ; Prayer Meeting Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 4
i Wednesday at 7 p.m.Bible Mrs. Virginia Jenkins and Starling and David attendedthe It'n Oops, even a 18-Inch ball L L1
Vacation School was son Robert, from Jacksonville wedding of her mother to can be hard to hit as Gust
held this week with an aver visiledher mother, Mrs. Colan Hall on Sunday June KalloH takes a cut at the ball
age of 100 per night. OJ. Anders on Sunday Her 26th at her home. k
f I',' FAITH BAPTIST: Radio son and wife, Mr. and Mrs !Mrs. B,L. Wilkison visited
Program on WPXE, 8 a.m. James Anders were her her son and daughter-in-law,
,, Sunday; Bible School 10 a.m.; Saturday overnight guests. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Softball or shotput? City players took (the first place trophy
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Jason Waters, son of Mr. Wilkison, of Live Oak for a against the county. Score? No one l In talking
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7:30: pm.i; Prayer Meeting and Mrs. J.s. Waters, spent week
Wednesday, 7:30: p,m. time with Mr. and Mrs. Major James Dougherty
GRACE UNITY Tommy Barnes last weekend. called from England on ..j
METHODIST: Sunday School Mrs. Glen Shuford and Sunday, July 3rd and told his dfl. the Independence Dayflee I
9:45: a.m.; Worship Services daughters. Sheri and Nancyand wife he had found thenr a Starke American Legion sponsored it

I at'll a.m.and7:30p.m.;Choir her mother, Mrs. Hester house there. The family will raising.kAwr .
r Practice 7 p m.; and MYF Hicks visited her soninlawand join Major Dougherty in fMir'n fMir'v
7:45: p.m. on Tuesday. daughter( Mr and Mrs. England soon.
34 Youth went to Ichtuckneelast Floyd Martin and their son, Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Miller Y
Thursday and enjoyed a Darrel Martin and children were dinner guests of Mrs. ,
picnic lunch in the State Park from Buford S.C. They were Lucille T. Ivey and Mr and If"
at the river after tubing down dinner guests on Saturday. Mrs.\ D,R/. Brown and Cynthiaon r
the river. Henry Hodges and children Saturday They have tMti
Sunday night the church is attended stockcar races at bought some property near
cooperating with the Bradford Lake City on Saturday night. here and will move as soon as f
County Ministrial Associationby Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly they ran biiilrl a home.
attending the old visited Mrs. Lonnie (Futch m Mrs Wyolene Day and son. 1 4w.
(Fashioned Service in Brad North Florida Regional Keith of Jacksonville, and Mr.
ford High Sunday afternoon. Hospital, Gainesville on and Mrs. J B. Taylor. Jr. of
HIGHLAND BAPTIST: (Friday Jacksonville came to visit a ) Jn, t; .
Sunday School 10 am. ; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey and Mr. 4 e
Worship Services 11 am. and Whelsel attended services at and Mrs D R. Brown and L .
7 pm.; Prayer Meeting 7:30: the Grace United Methodist Cynthia on Sunday and they Do-si-do your partner as the Strawberry Swingers give a I
pm. Church on Sunday and were enjoyed a cookout. 'hildren enjoy ride on the Thrressa Fire truck Also Ajl dancing exhibition during Fourth festivities.

LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday dinner guests of their brother Monday night Mrs. J C, Tye participating were Miss Flame of Theressa, ('harl"ne Beam rn, rt
and her
School 10 am.; Worship and sister-in-law. Mr. ':nd and John Tye, Jr. and family, Baldree. court Dora Trlest Tressle Haldree and Tammy
I Services II am., and 7 p.m.; Mrs Robert Lee. attended a family birthday for
I Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Mr. andIrs.! Wayne Chris Talley in celebration of
7:30: p.m. Massey and family returned his third birthday. Fence pole sitters watch I
I NORTHSIDE \PTIST: from two weeks vacation Tuesday night Mrs. J C Tye the Bradford Riding Club H
Sunday School 10 am.; recently and report that they and John Tye, Jr., and family perform. I
Worship Services 11 a m. and enjoyed fresh fruits and vegetables attended the wedding of lYk? i
7 p.m.; Prayer Meeting at his uncle's house, at Robert B. Keith Ill and Miss l I'
Wednesday at 7:30: p,mNOUTIISIDK Ddhlongu!( Ga. Debbie Warren at the home of \ '
BAPTIST: Mr. and :Mis .1'VV, Thomasand Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Keith, COE r
Sunday School 10 am.; Jay, of Live Oak, and Mr. Jr., in Jacksonville. touE6E % 1; i iI
Worship Services 11 a.m and and !Mrs Chuck !Moore Bob Cecil Whitehead of Kingsley \

7 pm.; Prayer Meeting and R)'an. of Lake City, spent Lake visited Mr. and Mrs. i iI'
I Wednesday at 7 p.m, Saturday with their parents, Carl Prevatt on Saturday I
i ST. JOHN'S MISSIONARY: Mr. and :Mrs. Fred :Moore morning ItC41wt iI
Sunday School 10 am.; Mr and Mrs Jerry Voglcr( Mr and Mrs. Henry Hodges ? s ,
Worship Services 11 a m. and and children of New Sm>rna und children attended the l I I
3 p,m. on Second and Fourth Beach, and MIss Teresa Daytona :National'; Speedway The first coeducational col-
Sundays; Prayer Band Wyke, of Launnburg.( N C Car Races on Monday They lege in the U.S, was Oberlin '
Monday afternoon spent Sunday with their came home by Keystone College, founded in Qberlin, ,
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SMYRNA: MISSIONARY: ; : parents Mr. and Mrs Doc Heights and went swimming Local National Guard unit with bell for flag raising Ohio in 1833.
Sunday School 10 am.; Mosley with their brother and sister- ceremonies at courthouse. 1
Worship Services II a.m and Mr. and :Mrs. Lonnie Mellon in.law. !Mr and Mrs. Joey
7 p.m.: BTS 5:45: p.m. Prayer of Hampton visited their son (Crew
Meeting Wednesday at 7 p m Charlene Beam Wins :Miss Flame Title


PERSONALSMr. Cub Scouts Miss Charlene Beam,
and Mrs. Emory Preparing daughter of Mrs. Barbara Bicycle Judging Is hard work, Patelch and Harry Green;
Eunice, Darlene, and Deron, Beam was crowned "Miss ponder First place winner was :\Ionlque| Chandler. ,
; of Chattanooga Tenn.. spent Flame" in Theressa. Friday,
the weekend with their ForPliysicalFitness Test July 1.First.
t Youth 14 Loses liattle I'or
mother, Mrs. Louie Belle runner-up was Miss Life
Payne of Orange Springs, and Dora Triest daughter of Mr.
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her in-laws. Mr. and Mrs. Cub Scouts throughout the urea featuring old photos and and !Mrs Ernest Triest, Sr After lleing Pinned Under TractorAfter
Harold Eunice and other relatives :North'; Florida Council are momenloes of the Council's Second was Miss
this weekend. Mrs practicing their physical, early days.Along Tressie runner-up Baldree and thirdrunnerup suffering multiple Vehicle, us one of Bradford !
Harold Eunice went home Illness skills in preparationfor Miss t injuries last Sunday when a County's vehicles was thoughtto
was Tammy
with her for 2 weeks. competition! to be held at with a serious tribute Baldree, both daughters of ; Iri tractor overturned on him, be inoperative! and the
Miss Elizabeth Terry Camp Kcliotkotte: July 16. to the Contribution that Scoutmasters Mr and :Mrs Charles Larry Todd. 14, son of Mr. and other was already Intransport
visited her sister, Mrs. J P. 'ouncil competition will have made throughthe Baldree.All Mrs. Lawlrence Todd of ; .
culminate den and Starke, died Friday night in The'outh remained in
Wyrick of Tallahassee from packcompetition.
there will worked
years also be the girls extra
Monday thru Friday afternoon Each Cub Scout awards. for the oldest both in hard to earn money which was the Shands Teaching Hospitalin critical condition in the
They attended the pack is entitled to send a team and Gainesville. pediatric intensive care unit
the
age tenure converted to Miss
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church prayer group on composed of three boys, 8. 9.! the who youngest, points. i, Todd was driving a tractor until his death (Friday.
one came the far- Charlene Beam won with a
Tuesday, Bible Study on und 10 years old, They will theiest to attend the one with total of $287 The combined c ? backwards while pulling a log l Lawrence Todd. Jr. was
when the mishap that born in Bradford and
five County
Wednesday morning compete in events
prayer the most
Eagles histl'nul'I' total collected the
during by girls was
meeting Wednesday night, standing broad jump softball etc eventually caused his death was a student in the seventh
$770, said contest officials.
and spent the day with a throw push-up, sit-ups. and Bonds occurred. As he was pullingthe grade al Bradford Middle
the Savings were log, the tractor hit a School. He of the
cousin on Thursday. 50-yard(> dash. stump was Baptist
The new flag pole area is awarded to Miss Flame and
Sunday Mr. and Scoutmasters will be e and turned over backwards on Faith
evening (being constructed in front of the first All the
Mrs F.L. Roberts of Jacksonville honored at the 5th Annual the renovated Administration runner-up flowers top of him. He is survived by his
visited her sister Mrs. Days lo Remember programat Building and will be dedicatedto girls donated were presented Mrs Rudolph Thernsa Miss Flame contestants (l-r>: first runner-up Dora Todd was trapped parents !Mr. and Mrs.
by
J.C. Tye and family Camp Kchix'kotee. Sunday t the of Eagle Scout of Melrose. "Our Triest; Miss Flame.Charlene Beam; second runner-up. Tressie underneath the tractor for at l.a"rem'eTodd Starke: one
Guests at the home of Mr. July 17. 2::30 p m. other highlights Spencer memory A. Graves, a former thanks Dampier and Baldree; and third runner-up TammyBaidree', least fifteen minutes, brother, :Michael Todd of
and Mrs. Carl will include appreciation goes according to his uncle while Starke: four sisters. Mrs.
Prevatt duringthe !( Troop member of Troop I 185, Yulee. to Mrs. said
out Dampier,
week were Mr. and Mrs. reunions the dedication of anew his family rushed to get the Norma \'unalltIrs.: Darlene
the cintest directors. The entertainment broke for Volunteer Fire Department, aid of Ed Todd. the youth's Romania :Miss (Ellen Todd
Hag pole addi-
Baseford. and Mr and Mrs. ( area
Miss Flame and her court the drawing of a grill)) by
The Marina gas would like to thank all
we
Memory Plaque needed Eddie
Bobby Norman came on tion of names to the Memory uncle as they and !Miss Melissa Todd. all of
honors the of deceased rode on the Theressa Number "Miss Flame". Winner of the those who had a part in
Thursday afternoon, and Mrs. :Marina plaque and an (exhibit memory Todd's tractor to pull the Starke and his maternal
2 fire truck in the Fourth of grill was Bill Wolfe of
Scouters with additional making this event a big tractor off the boy. grandmother: Elminey
names unveiled each July parade in Starke. Keystone Heights success," said a fire Deputy Sheriff Don Denton Smith of Starke.
year at the Days to Before and .afterthe "On behalf of the Theressa department representative.
arrived the
at scene not long Funeral Services were held
Worried about GAS Remember program. crowning there was after, and transported the boy Sunday at 2 p m. in the Chapelof
All troops are encouraged to entertainment" by the'Gospelalres'1 of Summer Band Begins MondaySummer to Bradford County Hospital,. Archer-Tanner Funeral
have reunions at this annual w where he was revived, as his 1 lome of Starke with Rev. Jim
<-.il,fairs said Simon Smith, Jr.. Jacksonville. The Frampton band for all Bradford High School Band heart had stopped beating! and Black officiating
and OILAVAILABILITY Scout Executive. Family of Starke, and the interested band members will Room he had stopped breathing Burial followed in Dyal

Mobley Family of Hampton. begin Monday, July 11.__at the! Membership is free to all After he was revived, young( Cemetery under the directionof
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Bradford County students. A
Todd was transported to Archer-Tanner Funeral
time schedule has been set for Shands Teaching Hospital bya tome
? interested persons to attend. Union County, Rescue
Red Monday 9.930: a.m,

people.beginning band, for brand new It Caad Cars GrvatBuya *1 o

THEN THINK ABOUT (o'rom9IOa.m:: to 10:30 a mall !
Pencil former members of the I aJID: IJOOI AUTO 9wi I

General Electric'sWEATHERTRON sixth grade bands and

(anybody that was placed in SALESa
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HEAT PUMP I I"E k fnJOHN'S i upcoming the intermediate school band for will the : : ;( lB' (ED( '

year
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GONE CRAZY WITH HIS meet Lu 2 CADlllACS 73 PONTIAC.

I All members of the LOADED A/TP/S a i."leX1250

1S COOLS RED PENCIL . Bradford Middle School a
Advanced Band for the
/-/v upcoming year will meet from i 2595 ;.
HOME ; : 3d 10:30: am. to 11:30: a.m.
IBBR N A marching class will be n

U1 OKCI&rl held from 11:30: a m. to noon 0 1971 fORD 1973 '
for all
W11N interested students. "''I
This includes all graduated g std Extra Cleanx1250
\ OLDS DElTA a8 .MX2650
Ol100\ .
Bps or / I IUnbvli.vabie eighth grade band members. '

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Mora ."Ici.nllhan ordinary, electric r..i.Ianc.t ipaca healing .y.. .,;::;,. u
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lama,providai \110:1: unit ol heat lor vary heat unit, ol electricity, I-
It uaaa depending. on the outdoor tamparalura Saving r .r:,

achy Installed to adequate editing warm air ductwork II ,.- 4 fD
On Stock Units F
qulraa no coally plumbing no fual atoraga lank no clue or vent A I $550
Heal Pump ayslam. replaces both a conventional furnace and a '

central air conditioning/ yiiam. I Prices Are Marked On Refrigerators .aeS 4Qo J M .


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