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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 14, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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u budget session year's budget but at that time control, mental health and the "
Monday afternoon looked at forecasted a tax increase in office of the tax collector.Commissioners .
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money increase requests from 1977. If the budget is out of went over
almost all county depart.. balance by the amount of the budget requests from each I
I .4 ? 9 c ments that 'would add a increases, now at $100,000, department and encountered I \
minimum of $100.000 more to plus the deficit from last year, cost of living raises in almost ,
I \ the' 1977-78 budget than last $110,000, for a total of $210,000it each case. The only department j I
Senator Richard"Dick" Stone Brown Bagging It During Hi* Recent Visit To Starke years' $1.85 million budget if will take approximately a that was less by $30 was I '
all requests were granted. 1.5 mill increase to balance the Veterans Service office
Senator Richard "Dick" Stone, D-Fla., at right above, chats with area where he brown bagged it and asked others to bring their, lunch along with. this year's budget. with a budget of 4050. 'I
residents on problems ranging from the drought to beef production during his them. ,
visit to the Starke Budget increases would Departments submitting I
Agricultural Center
J Friday afternoon from 12:30: until 1:30: I come mainly from a $20,718, Millage this year Is set at budgets for a first look were

jump in the sheriff's department 4.822, up from the 4.766 last the clerk of the circuit court
$16,000() )( in the property year and lower than the 4.838 Gib Brown, who anticipated
appraiser's office. $16,000 in in 1975-76. The current 4.822 is expenditures totaling $138,000. ,
DROUGHT AID the clerk's office, $8,311 for expected to bring in the same Brown asked the i
; .the' library and lesser amount of revenue that the commissioners to give his
:, amounts, all for cost of livine lower millage brought last'year employees any cost of living
increases. Added to other requests based on 95 percent of the increases that would go to
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the additional total requested current years adjusted value.A other courthouse employees.
Sen. Stone Pushes To Include Bradford so far could add close Also included In the $16,000 in-

to $100,000 to the.I 1977-78 mill this year"la worth crease is one new employee.,

h : budget 'about $137,215; at that rate it L.M. Gaines, zoning
Senator Richard Stone, D- ineretore any marKet over The discussion then lead to is a free country and anyone Florida but has always had a would require 1,53. mills to director, submitted a budget
i'.I' Fla., brought his brown bag seas was stifled. Stone said buying items,and not knowing who wants to run may do so." special.feellnsi'!' for those Last year the board had to raiase 210000. for$41,137,The$2,400 increase
" lunch to Starke Friday after that this has led to decreased from whence they are coming. When asked if he expects any ,counties that are heavily dip into reserve funds to the included a $892 mile for I
noon, but a lunch wasn't all he prices for the farmers and increased Paul R. Clayton, Sr., a cattle stiff OPPOSltionilsfOl' example Involved with agriculture.For tune of$110,000 to balance the Accountant 'Pat Farna- building inspecotr Wayne
brought with him. prices in the stores. rancher from Starke, said he from D-Cocoa those wishing to write $1.85 million budget that was a worth, assisting the Mundorff and a $1,046 raise
Sen. Stone also brought with The best solution to this wants products to be labeled l Beach, Stone Just said he will Senator Stone,,w be can be. $150,000 Increase from 1976-77. commissioners at the pre- for Janet Turner, assistant
him the news that Bradford, problem Stone said, would be from where they are made; "continue to work very hardand reached at:, Cl3t North, I The Bradford budget has been liminary session, said while director and'secretary, $500
I along with four other counties, for farmers to store their Stone explained that problem get re-elected." Monroe St.. ,Suite 2MB,. growing, approximately' all the departments were more for attorney's fees and
would be added to the list of wheat. with this is that items are "I m honored to be .Tallahassee.,32304 or, for $200,000 per year for the past notified to have a budget $300 for'. extra help were I
those counties to receive "We had a great season this usually produced In one place associated with Florida legislative matters, he can be three years, from $1.3 millionin proposal ready for a prior to added.
disaster aid. The other four year," he said "and great and assembled In another and agriculture," Stone said. 'reached in care of Nancy 74-75 to $1.5 million in 75-76 July 15 session A 10 percent raise for public ,
counties included Union weather." "Next year the you never know what you're Every'' year, Stone told the Foster., Dirkson Senate to $1.85 last year. law, all had not responded. library employees was
I Putnam St. Johns, andFlagler. weather may be lousy and so getting from where. He said brown bag gatherers, he goes Officer Building!Washington Commissioners have yet to figured into the $42.989 budget
will the season." Stone said if he would be in touch with to each and every county in, D.q' The commission used hear from the Bradford submitted by the library t
Secretary of Agriculture the farmers can finance the consumer agencies to see director Dan Smith. The ,
Robert Bergland has been requested storage of their own wheat; what could be done about the 8 L' '-. proposed budget : 'j'

i by Stone to expeditethe until this "bad season" comes matter.. u_ _____u ._ ..__m :!_ '__ ..__ _.-'________ n y. ".Wilsom' M r: v from last year .br composeedoffive jj.
requests for disaster aid around it would lessen the President Carter's B-l items totaling $..09I paid "t .
and Stone said Bergland was dilemna on a long range basis bomber was also discussed by for from the general fund last
"very responsive" and Stone without affecting the markettoo Stone, and he said that the year that were unbudgeted
said he would "try to get it all much." U.S. was being bothered by 4 making the request increasefor

./ done next week." The 48-year-old slightly. the Soviets for a long time to jj jjI July funds formerly budgeted
"He's the greatest Secre graying senator said that halt. its production. When it $4,212.
tary of Agriculture we've ever price supports or cutting downon finally was halted, "We didn't I Elections supervisor Neva .
had," visiting Sen. Stone saidas the amount planted would hear a word of thanks." Flynn submitted a budget
he munched on an apple."He's not solve the problem. Stone said he agreed with SaluteSuccess totaling$30,068,up$2,978 from j'
a farmer, a dirt farmer, Beef support was also dis- Carter concerning the actual I last year. The only pay increase
and he knows what's best for cuseed by the senator. Since cancellation of the project, but is $1,260 for Carol
the farmers." the U.S. gets a lot of beef from not with the methods Carter Milner, deputy supervisor
Stone also spoke of the and New Zealand bringing her salary to $6,300.
Argentina used in cancelling it. _.. ..
Omnibus Farm Bill which he Stone said, something has to Stone said the U.S. should I j$ The remainder if for office
is pushing for and Berland is be worked out in the way of have used the "negotiatingprocess" uI Chamber of Commerce exe- supplies and expenses.A .
,__r. .. $4,842 increase was asked
endorsing. This bill would reciprocal treatment betweenall .
and "bargained the cutive Bill Wilson told the
for by the civil defense
provide for compensation for involved. B-i bomber away" )instead of q : Board of Governors last
'the current crop actually We have a case to make," just giving it up so easily. .; \ ., Thursday, July .7, be would his director$37,242 Jerry budget.Thompson Increases in
planted and actually lost" and he said. "If they want to use Concerning any future like to continue with the
would eliminate the losses In- our market they've got to asked were$1,210 for utilities,
campaigns Stone may be F4F A county Fourth of July celebra-
curred by those who planted share our market.," Stone involved in, such as possible I '.. tions because the 1977 $250 for travel and a $950 raise
more than their allotment said. t ; .1! for the director. $11,185 is 'J
re-election in 1980, he said "It 1 ., j ; festivities were a success.
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those who rent land and don'thave +d'9i .".-," -.. ,;;;- The Chamber did what it set
any allocation, and for ,.t".\. .,. out to do, Wilson said. That is, general fund if property spent.
those who rotate their crops. Bradford AddedTo '" "j" 1"\\ Budgets from county fire
'-- "Get the people out. Wilson l
: departments that submitted \
Sixteen concerned citizens ,. ,
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and farmers were present at -". .' "accomplished what we set were up over the previous ,
the informal luncheon 1 out to do" and that he year. Lawtey is asking
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gathering held at the Drought Aid ListBradford ri1"1.; I the celebration will be "a for $1,040 more in its $5,540
and
Agricultural Building on U.S. .._ .". budget Theressa
: thing.
) continuing
:. oJ requested $4,400 more in its
301 N. where the main topic Wilson co-anchored the 1977
discussed was the plight of the County farmers production ana emergency ,_ : L}..:::: observance $6,456 budget.
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farmers, not only those in along with four other counties water system grants for President of the Bradford
with Field Marshall
Bradford County. but have been added to the list of populations under 10,000 will County Historical Society,
extending to those farmers in 30 counties eligible for be handles by the FmHA. Harry Green. The Board of Eugene Matthews submitted a
Governors before the
the midwest. emergency federal assistance Cost sharing for drought AUTO COLLIDES WITH TELEPHONE POLE Fourth agreed the celebra request asking the board to
Wheat had a very good yearas because of drought damage.A and flood conservation is The remains. .,Larry Spencer Blue's 1977 Pontiac after it struck a telephone pole late Sunday tion. Wilson to sponsor estimated in match $5,700 from the
far as production was con- spokesman for U.S. Rep. handled through the night bringing down telephone and power lines across U.S. :Ml. Traffic had to be rerouted for an planning the affair that the National Park Service for use
Don Fuqua contracted the Agricultural Stabilization and on the interior of the old court
cerned. In fact Stone hour by Starke peace because of Ike fallen wires. Chamber would recover most 4
Telegraph Monday afternoon Conservation Service house.
explained, too much
had wasgrown. after Bradford, Union, Putnam (ASCS). Department of of its outlay, and told the Other budget requests that
Europe a good board be
he would if
and St. Johns and Flagler Commerce assistance (is surprised remained the same as last
growing season also counties were approved for available through the Sheriff Reddish AskingFor the Chamber ended up over a year were: $500 from the
the relief assistance along Economic DevelopmentAdministration few hole. hundred dollars In the Speedville Recreation

., .W..r with other north Florida in the form of Department, $3.964 match for
ow.-- ]In the dis-
counties, Including Baker loans or grants to local postcelebration the homemaker program
and Columbia.. offset cussion at the monthly administered t
Alachua governments to hard- through the
Fuqua aide Ralph Pugh said ships and business hurt by the $267,597 BudgetBudget luncheon meeting last CUBB Agency; and $2,428 to
apparently Bradford and drought can apply to the Small Thursday Wilson reported the the North Central Florida
Union did not officially request Business Administration for a' festivities had cost the Regional Planning Council,. i
to be included In the first disaster loan in a droughtarea. Chamber $350. The money based on 25 cents per capita
group of disaster areas when that will come from the for 9,710 population.
Calling his a "bare bones Increases besides the items remained Fund.
Community Project
the emergency board met In budget' Bradford County sheriffs salary;,and cost of constant werel5,830 for three County agent, Bobby
Gainesville the end of June.' Communities that have Sheriff Dolph Reddish led off a living raises were proposed patrol cars, $3,000 for the Taylor's $29,557 budget
-I Fuqua, along with Senators diminished water first look at the 1977-78 budget for office supplies an addi- radio's,$9,000 food for the Jail Ruled included a $193 Increase for
Lawton Chiles and Richard to the drought may ineligiblefor of county departments by tional $630 to cover mailing $1,500 care of prisoners, $2.580 Starling travel and office supplies and
Stone, following a tour of assistance in the form of asking for ,an increase of jury summons. Reddish saidmailing jail utilities, $1,130 jail $1,500 in salary increases.A .
f. Monday,July drought-striken areas. Rot In loans and grants, from the $20,718 before the Is now the easiest and supplies $4,000 telephone and Insane During seven and a half percent
}1 touch with U.S. Secretary cf FmHA. Available to cities commissioners in a budget cheapest way to serve telegraph, $18,000 automobile increase plus a new assistant
School. Board Agriculture Robert Berglardand towns and sewer districts and session Monday afternoon. summons and to hand carry equipment $300 jail equip- MurderRussell added up to a $16,000 Increase: ton
Adm. BWfl asked the disaster list oe ,non-profit associations the these would require full time ment, and $3.600 for investigations. Casey property appraiser Jimmy
7'.Ift.Tuesday amended to include the other money may be used to correct person doing nothing else. Alvarez' $100,115 budget I a
five counties. almost any drought related Following the morning' Other increases were $2,500 Reddish said his budget was Starling, 56, was Salary increases requested '
After a series of' meetingsand community water system regularly scheduled meeting recordbudget added to the contingencies "simplistic" in its breakdownand ruled legally insane Monday were $5 a year for the I
carrying it through inadequacy Including well Reddish- presented a fund, bringing it to $7,000 to he felt $11,889 would be by Circuit Judge Wayne property appraiser, bringing
July if channels both state and drilling or other well improvements totaling $267,597 fastyear' a allow for raised prices on enough to cover the 6 percent Carlisle when he shot. Elvin his salary to $18,719; a $937 tr
Stark Council federal the other counties tapping new sources of $20.718 Increase over other items said Reddish) cost of living and $2,000 to be Doyle Casey to death at increase for the administrative
7 p.m. were added around 4 p.m. on water,' construction, enlargements $249,879 appropriation. used at his discretion for Starling's home in Graham on assistant, $714 for each of
Monday said Puah. Rep. and extensions of The sheriff said most of the merit pay and vacation relief Feb. 18.Starling. the two deputy appraisers, r
Fuqua really went to bat for faculties. Increase, $11,889, would come Local Store for the office. was ordered by the $561 for the assistant i
the counties added to the list from a 6 percent cost of living judge to be committed and for
Thursday July "I would like to be able to go to a appraiser $8,000 a new
Put.ld, adding he thinks Fuqua's office ..Id' while Increase for salaries of. Reid.Up'londay;; ( one step further for those that state mental institution for position assistant appraiser.The .
Bradford a pat on the everyone is not automatically deputies and assistants. -. i are head and shoulders above ,confinement and treatment. property appraiser
Hospital Beard back for his efforts. eligible for all loans, each A Wart Brownlee convenience the pack to give them a little Casey was snot five times budget is determined and
7 p.m. Farmers who want to seek agency has separate requirements Reddish explained his $21,161 store was held up' something extra" said with a .22 caliber pistol that approved by the Department
assistance are to check: with and ,the fanner or salary would only be$5 a year Monday night about 11 p.m. Reddish. He added it would Friday afternoon at the of Revenue in Tallahassee,
c-..,.. 1 1QUjr the' local office of\ the' drought affected business or more since be was underpaid with the bandit getting around. not exceed $29 per employeeper Starling residence in Graham. but Is subject to local approval
Farmer's Home Administration government must apply by $ ,I14 each year for the past $100 according .to Stark. month for the fiscal yearas The reason for the shooting, er denial. !
(Community (FmHA) who can direct I September 30 to be eligible for two yean at. a salary of Police. 1 t "incentive and compensation according to Bradford County The tax collector's budget to
them to the several agenciesthat assistance. .,2M. wmtapollenaspaok: esman said athe for doing. a good job" Sheriffs office Investigators, determined by the fee system
&tatJankatl..gb can offer assistance Crop damage estimates of In the proposed budget decreases Reddish reminded the had ,been an argument the that Is used In that office..
depending .on.individualcircumstances $133.7 million were compiled were listed for travel, clerk, slugged her, demanded commissioners that his men were having as they sat After going through the requests -'
Ns.I.I.Ld uO : said Pugh. .' by ergencyboardsriand- other. criminal. related the .money, and apparentlydrove department not yet unionized in Starling's living room.. the meeting disolved
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T.__W Department of Agriculture es expenses, a part-time away hi a,car.1\ but there mlght"c me a Casey died In Shands Into little knots. of discussion
..... ----trio- emergency loans to cover 'viewed by the' state secretary' and radio. :..equip, U he had a. gun .tba. clerk: did lime when "the chickens Teaching Hospital the same among individual.
tosses and restore crop emergency board. ment not see: it, said police would come home to .....t.'* day as the snooting. commissioners '

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was honored at a bridal t.'ff"; .. .*
shower Friday night July 8, ; :. a -
at the Pine Level Baptist "I' ,. .,

Church Educational Buil ng. ._ .. j Toyce Cribbs Engaged Couple
Hostesses were' Mrs. Roman .'. '" \
Alvarez Mrs. Owen Alvarez '
\ Honored At Swim-
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Mrs. J.G. Broome. Mrs.
ly Barbecue .;
Jerald Baldwin. Mrs. A.B. PartyMiss .
Mrs. John D.
Cribbs the .
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;,.. Whitehead. Mrs. Jimmy ; former Toyce Bullington .. .; :
ThoratonMrs. John Kenney, ""i: : a F4i 8u Connie Chasteen and & rtfM..J.
recent bride was honored at .; .'If'... ''''If'
a Carl Riherd whose '
Mrs. Bishop Myrick, Mrs. ,, marriagewill '
bridal shower ) .
Mark Moody, Mrs. Joe i July 6. given by Wednesday Mrs. Clyde, be an event of August 20, {
John honored
Thornton Mrs. Saturday
Kenney were
Jr., Mrs. Don Hallgren and -- .. .. '.-' ; Lester Hersey at Crews the home on W.of Mrs.CallStreet. evening.July 9, at a swim and .,.
Mrs. Harry Faulkner. barbecue given by Mr. and
I KeW Whale
A pink, green and yellow ? Mrs.Jim Bloodworth, Mr. and
Gwendolyn Bright, fr Mrs. Crews the honoree
color motif was carried out in Mrs. Ben Moxley and Mr. and
her mother, Mrs. J.R. ,
decorations.The Kelli Mrs. Reddish at the j
the Whaley, Dolph
BakerTo Bullington and Mrs. M.E.
Gregory
refreshment table was Starke Golf and Country Club.
Cribbs greeted the
covered with a white, linen LukeEngagement the door. guests at 1',. ,, I..t4r Mrs. R.M. Riherd assisted
Danny
Wed July 16 cloth over pink and was Miss Denise Hersey invitedthe her son and Miss Chasteen in f I,

centered with an epergne ToldMr. guests into the .greeting the guests. d ,r
The Rev. and Mrs. Daniel L. holding pink roses and pink room where the gifts family The refreshment table, setup ,:
Bright of Lawtey announcethe candles. displayedThe were for the cocktail hour, was t J I I
engagement and The gift table was covered and Mrs. T.G. Whafey refreshment table covered with a white cloth.
approaching marriage of their with a white cloth over green of Tampa announce the covered with a white lace was Ivy and red salvia encircledthe
daughter. Gwendolyn, to and centered with an arrange- engagement of their daughter, cloth over yellow satin and punch bowls.A cheese ball Alice Atwood
Gregory D. Baker, son of) ment of yellow and white Kelli Marie, of Starke to centered by an and a variety of dips were Michael Clance
Novella T. Baker of Lakeland daisies in a wicker basket. Danny Lavelle Luke, son of yellow mums arrangementof and served.
and the late Walter Edward Games with prizes and Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Luke of The cake, made baby'sbreath. by The dining !tables.were Alice Atwood,
Baker refreshments were enjoyed by Heilbron Springs. Mrs. Robert M. covered in white,red and gold
Miss: Bright is a graduate the 40 guests between the Miss Whaley and Mr. Luke decorated with pastel Autry was cloths with ivy and red salvia Michael Clance
Bradford High School and hours of 7:30: and !9 p.m. The both graduated from Bradford flowers. spring, and bottle candles used as

.. Florida AAM: University.: She guests included Mrs. Earnest High School, she graduated in The honoree was presentedwith decorations.A Tb Wed August 27
1977 and he graduated in 1972. hibachi and outdoor
is employed as a RegisteredNurse =Neumans of Macclenny, a complete Jr
: at Lakeland General mother of the honoree.DUPLICATE Wedding plans will be madeat her chosen place settingof N1 cooking aprons were pre-
Hospital in Lakeland. a future date. pattern as a ... sented to the couple as a Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Atwood,
of the -- -- -
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Sr. of Starke announce the
of the occasion.
Baker is a graduate of BRIDGE Forty guests were invited to !Mr. and !Mrs. Dea John memento and
as a as as- engagement approaching
: Rochelle High School and CLUB RESULTS call between the hours of 4 and 'marriage of their daughter,
i. attended Florida Southern.married Jeff Wrenshall and Eva Miss Patsy McClure 6 p.m.aaaaaaar. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Johns Alice, to Michael S. Clance,
They will be Mathewson were the winning daughter of Mr and Mrs. Bob Juanita Gibson son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin S.
Saturday. July 16, at 2 p m. at couple at Duplicate Bridge Lewis, has been pledged to
Clance of Keystone Heights.
: Pilgrim Rest Freewill Baptist Tuesday night. Tieing for Zeta Tau Alpha sorority at Mr.and Mrs. Charles HardyandgrandcMldrenBeth Honored At Reception July 1 Raymond ClayTo Miss Atwood graduated
Church in Lakelandsamosa! Johnson
second Rhea
were Valdosta State College.
School
John from Bradford High in
.. and Lora Francis and Mrs. David and Donnie Francis and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Jones The bride wore a white Wed July 17 i 1975.
.. S.W. Hamilton and Mrs. F.J. Mr.and Mrs. were honored at a wedding princess style dress of from
R.W.Milner Mr. Clance
,Jr. graduated
: Mr. and :Mrs. Guy Andrewsspent Shaw. Mrs. Townsend Dent Debbie Spvngler is visiting attended the reception Friday. July 1. at organza with an overlay of
: last week at LittleSwitzerland. and Mrs. R.A. Green were friends in Pensacola this reunion McGauley family 7:30 p.m. at the Church of lace accented with seed pearls Mr. and Mrs. Eli Gibson of Keystone Heights High School
Sunday at Strick in 1971.
N C week Starke the
announce
third land's Landing. Jesus Christ of Latter Day and appliqued daisies with The wedding will take place
----- Saints Bessent sleeves, fitted cuffs engagement and approaching
on Road, long puff
Saturday. August 27, a:8 p.m.
Starke, given by his parents of lace decorated with seed marriage of their the First Church in
at
ANNOUNCING Baptist
I : G ED TESTS granddaughter Juanita
and
Mr. Mrs. Charles E. pearls and appliqued daisies
with
Keystone Heights a
Johns. and a high neckline. Her Juliet Griffin to Raymond
EARN YOUR: HIGH SCHOOL Cray reception following in the
Personalized DIPLOMA BY Mr. and Mrs. Dean Johns cap of seeded pearls and of Mr. and Mrs. Mack of
TAKING THE GED TESTS. St. church Fellowship Hall.
Petersburg.Miss
married June daisies secured her
were 23 in the appliqued
All friends and relatives
are
TravelTours APPLICATIONS!\ FOR THE GED TESTS ARE Salt Lake Temple of The white chapel train. She Griffin is a 1969 invited to attend
BEING TAKEN AT THE 1RADFORD-UNION Church of) Jesus Christ of carried a nosegay of white graduate of Bradford High
Anywhere Group or Individual AREA VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL CENTER.THE Latter Day Saints in Salt Lake sweetheart roses, white School. -as-----
DEADLINE IS JULY 22.177. CALL "'-tUG FOR City. Utah.Greeting. daisies and light blue minia- The wedding will take place
9645261Now INFORMATION. : the guests was ture carnations with baby's Sunday. July 17, in the Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison
I Mrs. Sherri Starling. Miss breath and leather leaf fern. Deliverance Center.Sarasota. spent the weekend with her
Booking Oct. 28 Bahama EXAMINATIONS: ARE SCHEDULED: Aicnt 1-4 All friends and relatives are mother. Mrs. R.T. Hipps in
Tour For Additional Information 4:00 I.....pj 1:00. ....10:00 p...; Avfut S frm ':30 .... Lynn. Pierce kept the bride'sbook. The bride's table and punch invited to attend Waycross Ga.

7/14 Zukg 71211W4"c Standing in the receiving table were covered with lace .
Call Joan Forsyth line were the bride and groom cloths over yellow liner and
their parents. Mr. and Mrs. were edged with smilax
Johns and Mr. and Mrs. roping caught up at the Christmas In July
Douglas Brown of Twin Falls. corners and center by blue
Idaho, and the attendants.The satin bows.
attendants were Brian
Johns Randall McGee and The cake table was centered
Dale Johns: bridal attendantswere with a three tiered wedding 1SS
Miss Deanna Blair Mrs. cake encircled with smilax. ockit9tmosGtriis
Jay Parrish and Miss Becky white fuji mums and baby's
Hutchins. breath. Mrs.Jerry Wilson and
C The bridal attendants wore Mrs. Dale Johns cut the cake.
long sheer, lined gowns in 'The punch table was 8. NtokU
shades of blue with bell centered with a crystal punch 'So
sleeves. They carried arm bowl encircled with smilax: U
bouquets of blue carnationswith and held an arrangement of T Choose
MattressSaI baby's breath, light blue fuji mums blue carnationsand
satin streamers and fern. baby's breath.On From
Jimmy Alvarez, at the the piano was an '

Prayer.organ "sang "The Wedding flowers.arrangement of the same : A Variety Of! !If terns:;

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3 days only! THE BRADFORD Assisting in serving were ,1.;'. ". fugs.
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Donna Kay Moore, ''F"a / ;"' Donna Moore Shower HonoreeMiss Pool Party Honors Birthday Celebrants 1\,1'\, \

I Jimmy DuncanTo 1 Donna Moore, whose The gift table was centered Mrs. J.E. Denmark and The patio and pool area end and a tennis set across the \ '':'
a marriage to Jimmy Duncan with a bride and groom Mrs. Joan Chitty honored were decorated with festoon middle of the cake, high- .
Wed July 25 will bean event of July 25,was 'centerpiece flanked with their daughters, Stacy of green and yellow lighted the party decorations. I
y honored at a bridal shower candles. Wedding bells were Denmark and Karen Chitty. streamers, and a large groupof Favors, water games and '.
July 5 at the Starke Church of hanging at points of interest with a Joint "Surprise PoolParty" multi-colored balloons were sports in the pool were en- II
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence God Fellowship Hall. throughout the party room. Thursday evening of hung in the center from the joyed by the young ladies who II
Moore of Morgan Road Decorations were carried Games were played by the last week, to celebrate their patio roof. were guests. '..
1't the in colors with the 35 guests and awarded. A supper, homemade Ice III .
r announce approaching out pastel prizes 13th birthdays at the home of Their birthday cake, decorated .
of their t bell theme. The hostesses, Mrs. Willard cream and cake were served "
marriage daughter [I wedding Dr.and Mrs.J.E.Denmark on as a tennis court with '
Donna Kay, to Jimmy Lee 'The cake table was centered Crawford, Mrs. Oscar Davis, Parker Street. two girl tennis player dolls during the party hours of 5.9 "I: I
Duncan, son of Mr. and Mrs. with a three tiered yellow Mrs. Bill Johnson and Mrs. holding tennis rackets at each p.m. on the patio and around I:':' : I
Emory Duncan of Lawtey. cake topped with two wedding Kenny Scarbro presented the the nnnl AMA- !i \ I t'
The wedding will be an bells flanked with yellow honoreee with a corsage and ::
Coleman Honored
Lisa At Luncheon r. ( I
Diane M
event of Monday, July 25, at I daisies and green candles.Mr. Individual gifts. Davis .
7:30: p.m.in the Starke Churchof Miss Lisa Gail Coleman '
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presented her with '
God. ::: : July IS bride-elect, was silk and a corsageof Shower Honoree r ,
: : ;i. roses a negligee. .
All friends and relatives are : : : : Honored At Barbecuefrom
:: :'\. Newlyweds honored at a bridesmaid'sluncheon Mrs. Hilton Coleman \ .
Miss Diane Davis
Invited to attend. was
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of the bride-elect, and .
Debra Hampton and Mrs. Charles E. Gary Coleman, Mrs. Frances Mrs. Joe Sapp, mother of the honored at a bridal shower ,-
buffet
a table covered Harrison and Mrs. Charles Monday evening, June 27, at
Johns entertained at a barbecue with linen prospective groom, were pre- her '
Debra a floral cloth. the home of cousin,
Hampton Schmitt at the home of the sented
supper Wednesdaynight corsages of silk roses. Evelyn Goodman in East
,July 6, a t their home latter. The six attendants attending
on i
Palatka with Ethel Goodman i \
Attending ;
The bridesmaid's luncheon
Gregory TaylorTo Pratt street for their and were Mr. and were Carol Ann
Ann Allen son Mrs. as co-hostess. ,,
Junior Hersey, Mr. and table was covered with a pink O'Steen Diane Callan, Becky ,1 I}(
daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs.
\"" Wed 16 Mrs. Wayne Hinson. Mr. and linen cloth and centered with a Coleman, Sheila Sapp, Shana The refreshment table was !' 1
July Dean
Dennis RhodenEngagement ; Johns,who left the next Mrs. covered with a pink cloth and '
Skippy Crawford bride doll three
Mr. standing on a Schmitt
day for Provo, Utah to make and Apryl Joy ''t2O' '
,. and Mrs. Arthur Hewett, Mr. tiered pedestal surrounded by Coleman. centered with a punch bowl. +
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ToldMr. '.".:. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby and Mrs. Van Payne and Mr. greenery and pink rose buds. I
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"1.C\ i: Hampton of Lake City held in barbeque the supper and served was and Mrs. Pledger Johns and The Junior bridesmaid'stable r
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and Mrs. Robert E. : ,,;. announce the approaching their families. was covered with a pink 20
Allen, Jr. announce the '. marriage of their daughter, cloth centered by a miniature FOR HOME AND AUTO USE "
engagement and approaching j'# Debra Diane,to Gregory Alan bJ:. y.K- bride doll surrounded by OFF .Off I
marriage of their daughter, Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. miniature flower baskets UNION Ij
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Emma Ann, to Dennis James Ervin P. Taylor of Lulu. holding greenery and pink
Rhoden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gib Brown EL. Matthews and grandson roses. Place cards of miniature -' j
William C. Rhoden, all of ,..: .. The wedding will be an and granddaughter, Alescla Kevin Miller, bridesmaids and parasols Tuff
Starke. accompanied by Mr. marked the seating of each at I
event of July 16 at College Odom returned Saturday from
Miss Allen Is a 1977 Manor Church of Lake City. three weeks tour of Yellow- Matthews' sister, Mrs. H.B. tendant. I
graduate of Bradford relatives McLendon, of Orlando, spent The gift table was centered
and
High All friends are stone Park, Grand Canyonand Tuff
School and is employed at the invited to attend. Waterton Glacier from Thursday to Sunday in with a parasol surrounded by, ,
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Bradford County Telegraph as National Park in Montana and Montego Bay, Jamaica, as baskets of greenery and pink Stuff Stuff.
a Compugraphic typesetter. Canada. members of the Florida Air roses The attendants gave the
Mr.Rhoden graduated from Louisa Weeks Travel Association. honoree lingerie for her IOAM.cL.ANaa Multi Cleaner
Bradford High School in 1972 trousseau and the hostesses
and is Captain of the Starke Louisa Weeks a
Fire Department. KARATE Announcing The OpeningOf For carpets, vinyl mats and
The wedding will take place Randolph PadgettTo upholstery,chrome and vinyl tops
November 5 at the First ftI Special IntroductoryOffer I
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Fellowship following Hall In the church t oak Cur*. ....I.| .!*| Juts If, 1977 St. Mark's Day School bring It In with you. '
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All friends and relatives are Mr. and Mrs. James M. I
"Presume" "Tulf Stud"Multl .
Invited to attend. Weeks of Green Cove Springs Tuesday & Thursday Kindergarten and MUTI on new Cleaner.Good July 14 ;
announce the engagement and through,.July 20.11177.LImit one : I
approaching marriage of their 7:00: 9:00: coupon per family.
daughter,Louisa, to Randolph First GradeFall \HIJruOO J lJiJ! [70EtY
At Middle School r
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Hiram Padgett Padgett, son of Mr.of Maxville.and Mrs. Enrollment OpenCall 20 2 N. temple Ave. Starke r20<]

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Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Ditto graduate of Clay High School
of Ocala were Monday and and is presently attending
Tuesday visitors of Mrs. E.W. Florida Junior College Schoolof
Hayes at Kingsley Lake. Technical Nursing.Mr. .
Padgett is a 1969
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sloan of graduate of Orange Park High
Miami were Saturday guestsof School and is employed by
Dr.and Mrs. L.H. Jennings. Callahan Timber Company.The Special
wedding is planned for ,i
Mr. and Mrs. Charles July 30 at 8 p.m. at the Beulah
Francis visited his mother, Baptist Church.All ,
Mrs. Ernest Francis in Wood- friends and relatives are CloseOutFREE
bury Wednesday., Tenn. Saturday to invited to attend.

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Merritt Island will spend Mrs. Ivey, Jr. and son will return v Pair .
to their home in Eugene, ,
Thursday to Sunday with his Ore Saturday after a month's i's 30-6090 Days Same '
parents, Mr: and..Mrs. L.H. ALL GAS ,s .
visit with her parents.Mr. 1
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The former warden of the 1961. He has been super- presented at a number of Paul Freeman and
I largest correctional Institution intendent of a school for boys, professional meetings.In The Mrs: demons and Mr. Lucy and
Mr. and Mrs. John Myers Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan of Methodist Women's fcene daughters Susan of
in Illinois has been
of warden of two adult institu- 1969 the John Howard returned last Thursday from Live Oak were visiting her Sunday School class had and visited Mr. oandnMrs. Nashville Tenn. were Sunday
appointed superintendent tions and administrator for Association, a non-profit two weeks vacation. Along parents, Mr. and Mrs. II.A. dinner at the Sea Fox son and family overnight guests of Dr and
Florida State Prison, (FSP)., operations of the state adult group involved with with sight-seeing they Lawson on Saturday and cele- Restaurant in Gainesville Jimmy Newman and Mrs. Mrs. H.H. Adams.Mr. .
'I! Starke, the Florida Department correctional system, all in corrections reform awarded ,,. Pompano and Mr.
attended Mr. Wednesday
of Offender Rehabilitation Myers 45th high brated Mr. Lawson's 75th night celebrating :Frank Parrish in Miami last
Illinois. Brierton its annual
major school class the birthdays of Mrs.
reunion in birthday.Mr. Doug and Mrs: W.S. Haas
(DOR) announced this to Thursday.
Brierton is a graduate of award, the John Howard Sunday
Michigan City, Ind. and Gray, Mrs. C.D.Thornton and In Winter Garden last
week. were
i Appointment of David Hugh studied Chicago at State the University Harvard ,Law and Award Corrections.for Innovation in visited friends in Washington and Mrs. Tom Long and Mrs.'J.E. Denmark. Friday on business. .
Brierton. formerly warden of School sons of Basking Ridge, N.J. SALE AT LEI LA'SBacks
as a Criminal Justice
the Stateville Correctional Fellow in 1972 and 1973. His Brierton is married and has DC.Mr. were Wednesday to Saturday SALEAT: LEI LA'S of Summer Clothing Mrs. Henry :O'Hara returned
Center, was made by DOR work has been published and three children. and Mrs. A. Russell visitors of his mother, Mrs. Racks of Summer Clothing/ 1/3to 1/200 Monday from two
I Regional Two Director Norman returned last Friday Myrwln Long. t/3to 1/2 Off ------------ weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs
j j Ramon Gray, with the from a week in Ridgecrest,; ------------ and Mrs. A.J. Eaves B.M. Phares in Winter Park
I((1 j concurrence of DOR Secretary -I Creek Indians To Address GenealogistsChief N.C. where Mrs. Norman Mr. and Mrs. Bill Parks and and Mr.family returned last and with Mr. and Mrs. L.M
attended the Baptist Media ,
t, of Operations David D. visit Herbrand at Daytona Beach
of Atlanta
Center Conference.SALE family were Mrs. Louie Bell Parks spent withreadvesifAme
Bachman. Neal (Tall Pine) traditional Creek ceremonies Monday visitors of his mother, last week with Mr. and Mrs. and
*, The appointment is cffecI McCormick, Principal Chiefof in 1972. He is the great-great- Mrs. Louie Bell Parks, Howard and friends in also attended the Early family Mrs. Charlie Wiggins and(
Kley !
I live July 18, Gray said Gray the Lower Creek Muskogee grandson of Chief William AT LI LA'S. enroute home from a week at Hollywood and also went downto reunion. daughter, Thari of Stockton,
has been acting super- Tribe, and his wife, Peggy McIntosh and the great Racks Summer Clothing13to120tf / Daytona Beach. the Ga. and Mrs. Dewayne
intendent at FSP since the (Morning Star) will be guest grandson of Princess Jane Keys. Mr. and Mrs. David Register of Mobile, Ala were
. resignation of B.J. Leverette speakers at the regular McIntosh Mitchell and Will ------------ Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Mrs. C.C. Hoppe of Burnsed and daughter of last Wednesday guests of Mrs. .
in May. meeting of the Jacksonville Mitchell, son of former Gov. Mrs. John Miller and Miss Tilley of Hollywood, Fla. are visiting her sisters Tampais Mrs.. Atlanta spent July 4th LD. Vining.

I FSP is the state's closest Genealogical Society at the David B. Mitchell of Georgia. Madge Middleton visited Mrs. moving back to Starke today O.L. Beasley and Mrs. J.W weekend with her parents,
\1- custody correctional Institution Murray Hill Branch Library, Mrs. McCormick, who is a Mae Jones in Jacksonville on (Thursday) and will make Kincald,. this week. Mr and Mrs. Albert Lee Mr. and Mrs. T.C. Chastain
(I I with a population of 918 Edgewood Ave. S. minister has writtern and Tuesday. their home on Bayless High Crosby, Jr.Stephen. III of Gainesville were July
j about 1.400 inmates. Jacksonville, on Saturday, recorded several songs way. 4th weekend guests of he.r:
Brierton, 39, began his July 23, at 2 p.m. narrating the struggle and the Mr. and Mrs. David Mont- SALE of Summer AT LEI LA'SRacks Clothing/ Hall, who is mother, Mrs. Clyde; Sinclair.Mr
career in corrections as a Chief McCormick was drama of the Creek Nation. gomery and children, Janet SALEATLEILA'S working at Disney World this
I correctional officer in the designated Principal Chief of The meeting is open to the and Alan, and Kevin Tillman Racks of Summer Clothing 1/3to 1/20ff-- summer spent the weekend and Mrs. V.J. Spenglerof : !
Cook County Jail (in Chicago in the Lower Creek Nation In public. spent last week at their camp 1/3to112Off ------ with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Starke and Mr. and Mrs
------------ in Theressa and Harold Spengler 6f Stone
on the Suwannee River. Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Haas returned Rodney Hall
Mr.and Mrs.Peter Alognaand Tuesday of last week celebrated his 21St birthday Mountain Ga., were Sunday
Mrs. Bob Ferguson and family of Cheshire Conn., from a three week's trip by Sunday. Attending the family guests of Mr. and Mrs. W J.
; ElIDim TERWILLEGAR children visited her sister, who have moved to Florida car seeing points of interest in party were his grandparents Spengler in St.. Augustine
4 Mrs. WM. Meng and Mr. are residing with Mrs. the New England states and Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby of
Meng in St. Petersburg from Alogna's mother, Mrs. Gladys Canadian Provinces of Starke and Capt. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp
Saturday to Thursday. Weldon, temporarily. Quebec, New Brunswick Mickey Dansby and daughterof spent last week in the Smoky
Prince Edward Island and Gainesville. Mountains.Mrs. .
MOTORS IF YOU NEED Mrs. E.M. Davis has returned Nova Scotia. Enroute home
ir Printing get It from the pro. from a months visit theypent several days in SALEAT LEILA'S Gladys Edwards and
fessionals. Serving Starke for with her granddaughter, Mrs. Camel Springs Md. visiting Racks of Summer Clothing/ Mr.and Mrs Wayne Edwards
91 years. Michael Nelson and Mr. Mrs. Haas' brother and sister- 1/3 to 12OffMr have returned from six weeks
206 W. Madison 964-7200 Bradford Printers Nelson in Hendersonville in-law. Mr. and Mrs H.H. ------------ tour of Washington, D.C.<,
4-<30S N.C. Joiner. and Mrs. Wayne Virginia and South Carolina
135 W. Call McLendon and son, Wayne, of and spent the past week at
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Take Wednesday visitors of her
parents, Dr. and Mrs. L.H. Mike Sheppard of
I Your Jennings. Brunswick Ga. was last

With 6895 Pic k HAP'I Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Stein- his Thursday mother luncheon Mrs.guest Kate of

I in Starke meyer of Jacksonville were Sheppard.
7 at 1 Monday visitors of her
Low .r mother, Mrs. W.F. Herlong. Mr.and Mrs. Michael Degni
TWO BIT/ALE St1U Mrs. Herlong returned home of St. Petersburg were weekend
I Monday after two weeks in guests of Mr. and !Mrs:

I I'I II II Mileage ---. FROZEN i DAIRY DESSERT Bradford County Hospital Lake.R.A. Green, Jr. at Kingsley
Every Monday t Tuesday +
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and sons of Bradenton spent Mr. and Mrs. George
100% HAPPY DAYS MENU 6-PACKS STRAWBERRY July 4th weekend with her Huggins were camping at

I BEEF HAMBURCER.2$' PINTS .CHOCOLATE mother, Mrs. ShellIe Gerle.SALEATLEILA'S Anastasia State Park Friday

FRENCH FRIES....:..25' CUPS VANILLA to Wednesday.

Full .WORLDS GREATEST DQ SHAKE...............25' Racks of Summer Clothing Mr.and Mrs. Tullie Normanand
Mr. and Mrs Homer
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Power ,'. Local admittances to Brad- Mr. and Mrs Obie Dobbs at
ford County Hospital this Hamilton Lake
Breakfast For TasteS
Every
week include: Mrs. Sarah
Air FM Stereo Daily, From 6 A'" M to 11 A""V: Strickland, Donald Jackson,
Eggs, Mam. Bacoi, Sausage, Haskbrowis, Mrs. Daisy Norman Mrs \Maj\ and Mrs. Harry Loper;,
Tilt Wheel ,. I Belinda Bell, of Alexandria Va.. are
Grady
Speed Control Cnts. & Buttermilk Biscuits TO CtlwlM *0 c II r Ot Cup
Williamson Lyle Northrupand spending this week with their
Cecil Messer of Starke' parents Mr. and Mrs. J I V,
351 V-8 Eng. Good Selection Of ;
Colors.
Dairy Queen Mrs. Helen Reynolds of Mel Bullington of Starke and Ben
rose; Mrs. Pearl Gordon of Loper of Theressa. Maj. Loper
Come See . 140/ ,N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. 964-7478 Lake Butler; and William assigned to The Pentagon ill)
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Brooker To Require Sign Up 2 Local Residents Auto 'it

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Alter reveiwing problems Miss Green also said some Two local persons David Driver of the tractor-trailert Tyfer, who was a mechanic, Rlechmann officiating. !
concerning the use and care of groups have been using the Lynn Tyler, of Keystone Charles Brown, was charged was born in Portsmouth, Va., Cremation followed. I
Brooker'a Community center community center without l ,Ifl Heights and Karen M. Jones with failure to use due car. and had lived In Keystone Tyler was the son of the late I '
the Brooker City Council cleaning n r of Starke were killed in auto The driver of the pickup, since 1974.Services. Carl W Tyler and is survived '

voted Tuesday night, July 12, Green up.suggested and the ,; wrecks over this past Robert McGailliard of were held July 11 by his mother, Mrs. Lois D. i (
to require groups, clubs, or council agreed, that persons ., weekend. Thomas ville, Ga., was for Tyler at the DeWitt C. Tyler of Michael and one 1 '
families to sign up for the wishing to reserve the center ; charged with improper Jones Chapel 1 in Keystone brother, T. Tyler, of I '
facility at least a week in ad- should sign up a week in ,II I I In Miss Ft. Meyers Jones, 20 after, died an Friday acci- change of lane or course. Heights with Dr. Roland New York. I.

vance.The action advance with the city clerk. dent occurring on July 5. She I; i
came after'acUng She also suggested that youth i died due to ;
injuries caused
by
such ,
mayor George oriented
Pierce groups, as the accident.
told council members that although churches and 4-H, be given i '""\' : ;\, !
the city supplied in- priority :
.; '
surance and utilities to the City Clerk Eva Clark was : According to Lee County
community center, the council Instructed to prepare rules for : Sheriff officials, both Miss r i
Jones
had and Donald Keys were ctw tiAtr .
no control over it use of the center, which will t
., In a 1977 I. ,
pickup truck
"Whoever could
get the key Include a $5 deposit to be refunded -
could get In and use Il..some- upon return of the key traveling at high speeds when
body needs to be in charge of to her. The council instructedthat the mishap occurred, f.:
.. critically injuring both Miss .
it, said Pierce. use of the center be .
Mary Jane Green, a ascertained by signing up with Jones listed and Keys. Keys is still ;

Brooker 4-H Leader, told the the city clerk during her office .. Lee Memorial in critical condition at I ,;

council that scheduling mix- hours every week day from .. Hospital.
The
driver .
which
has not I
up caused a Bible study class about 9-11 a.m.
to study outside on the grass In a related action, the failed been determined as of yet, :t. J
to have
once because of another group council granted Brooker's 4-H the vehicle '
'
under ,
left 1
the
control road
inside using the center. chapter the use of some city and I ',
traveled
'
396
feet
Neither group knew about the owned lumber that had before I 1
other, she said.Madison. belonged to the now defunct coming to a rest. A Lee County

town recreation department.The .,-_.-, found Deputy both arriving Miss at Jones the scene \ \
and
Street 4-H chapter will use the
i.
lumber to build shelves in the Betty and the Stephens Family, a Nashville gospel singing Keys lying outside the vehicle. 3 I ,
group, will perform at all services of Pine Level Baptist Miss Jones was living in Ft.
community center, and to
Baptist Sets Churches' Jubilee Day this Sunday July 17. Rev. Roman Myers and was employed in a
supply 4-H'ers with material
Alvarez has challenged his congregation to set a church recordof nursery at the time of the I Io
for wood
working projects.
Bible School. Councilman C.J. Stalnakertold having 400 members In Sunday School this Sunday. accident.the She was a memberof [ II II
Grace Church
Baptist in : I
the council Tuesday nighthe .
Saturday, will begin the Starke. .. I
will contact Brooker gar Jubilee Day Set This SundayAt
Vacation Bible School at the bage contractor Willard >
Madison Street Survivors Include her
Baptist
Grimes to sign a new contractfor
Church 900 West Madison St. the town's garbage Pine Level Baptist Church daughter, Jennifer; her
Starting with a parade around 'removal. .* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill
part of Starke with cars and The council voted to the Jones of Starke; two brothers,
bicycles at 10 a.m. Upon city's bills, the largest pay$955 to This Sunday, July 17, is Seber Jones, of Ft. Walton
returning to the church, the Starke accountant Harold C. "Jubilee Day'' at Pine Level BROOKER Beach and Keith Jones of ..
riders will. be served Farnsworth for auditing the Baptist Church. Starke; two sisters, Mrs.
refreshments. town's finances for the last Having had over 300 in IN BRIEFBy Janice Goolsby and Connie << '

Then on Monday July 18th fiscal year, and a $141 pre. Sunday School for the first two Jones, both of Starke, and _-. _.. $ ,
through Wednesday the 27th mium payment to Florida Sundays of July, the pastor, maternal grandparents, Mr. ( < 3 .
the main part of V.B.S. will be Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Roman Alvarez, challenged Jeannette Prescottby and Mrs. Sebe Harris of ... (. ti. ..::: Sf",.;;"- s i
held. Beginning at 7 p.m.:each Co. in Lake Butler for the members of the church to Starke. __..-r r- .) .. .' '"
evening until 9:15: p.m. classes of the fire station reach 400 for this Sunday. : Jeanette Prescott
will be held for the entire and coverage pump house near city hall Special music has been BIRTHDAYSMrs. ''Funeral services were held Don't let dreams be washed
family, adults to the 4-year and the community center.A planned for this Sunday with Jean Hart celebratedher Monday at 2:30: p.m. at the your away. "
olds. A nursery will be budget planning covering the Stephens Family. The birthday July 1, at her DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Start with
provided for the children of the 77-78 fiscal year was Stephens Family is fron home. Those helping to celebrate the Rev. E.C. Harvey saving us today. '
the adults attending. The scheduled by the council for Nashville Tennessee where were Brenda Willing- officiating. Burial followed in
church extends a warm July 26 at 7:30pm.: at the city Mr Stephens is the owner of ham, Missy and Dee Dee Beulah cemetery with DeWittC.
welcome to everyone. hall. Nashville Gospel Music Cake and Koolaid was .. Jones in charge.
Have started
you to think about building or buying your very
Distributors. The Stephens served and everyone wished
d have been singing for a her many more, Happy Tyler was killed instantly in own "castle"? If so, then open a savings account with us now.

number of years and have birthdays. Mexico Beach, Gulf County, You know you'll get a high interest rate with us which
I ObituaryVim been enjoyed by everyone who Fla., on Thursday July 7,
has heard them on television PERSONALSMr. when he was thrown from the means a solid return on your money. What's more, it's good to

their albums, and in person. and Mrs. Jack Hodge, back of a pickup truck and run know your money grows every day because the interest is
Prevail Muggins, 54, died Wednesday, July 6 in Bradford
The group will be singing in daughter Sharon, and Cindy over after the pickup truck
compounded.And .
County Hospital after a illness. Mrs. Huggins was a
lengthy struck from the
all services Sunday with surprised Mrs. Jean Hart on was rear by
a
native of Charleton County, Ga., but lived in Starke for the past 11 concert scheduled for Sunday her birthday by stopping by another vehicle. once you have saved enough for that down payment, .
years, where her husband was associated with Hercules, Inc. with cake and Florida Patrol in '
Pepsi's. Everyone Highway we'll help you finance the entire transaction. But don't delay. I
She was a member of the Pine Level Baptist Church. night.ee sang "Happy Birthday." Panama City report that the
Mrs. Huggins is survived by her husband, Herman Earlis e e S e e She received many lovely driver of Tyler's vehicle was Start saving today.

Huggins of Starke; two daughters, Mrs. Marda Shealy of Before the steel cable, the gifts, and had a most wonderful attempting to make a left
Georgians, Ala., and Mrs. Teresa Riggs of Ocala; three sisters, strongest line was one day. hand turn when the vehicle ..,.....
Mrs. Velma Beasecker and Mrs. Joelyn Brown, both of fashioned of walrus rawhide Mrs. Eva Harrell, returned was struck behind by a
Jacksonville, and Mrs. Jewell Roberts of Greensboro, N.C.; and according to the NationalGeographic home, Wednesday July 6, tractor-trailer attempting to Madison 964-5000 FSLIC

five grandchildren. Society's new after spending a month with pass at the same time.
__.,
Funeral services were held Saturday July 9, at the First LM Irr.a.aw
book "Clues to America'sPast. her children, Mr. and Mrs. Both vehicles, a 1975
Baptist Church In Folkston, Ga. with Rev. Roman Alvarez and ." Paul Emery, Mike, Dwight, Chevrolet pickup truck in
Rev. Gene McCollough officiating. Burial was in Sardis ,. .......
'National Geographic and Greg in Quincy. She had a which Tyler was one of four -r w-
Cemetery. Adkins Morticians of Folkston were in charge of r
Society very nice vacation. passengers and a 1975 Ford ,Guaranty
arrangements.AIR Mrs. Clara Mae Bishop, of tractor-trailer.were east.' Q

d ..... ..". -I' Mobile; 'Ala.- spent 'a week .tours}on US-SB,one fourth of a .. : .Federal; -,.. ,
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-- recently with Mrs. Pearl mile east of Bay County, when
CFILTR.C9P Markey in Brooker. Mrs. Iva the accident occurred at 2 Savings & Loan Association of Gainesville t"'N

Douglas accompanied Mrs. p.m.
p.ZFTC>I8
back home with her
Markey r
and they both spent a week f ;
PARK BAPTIST
SMYRNA
BAI-TISl
FIRST METHODIST CHUItCI with Mrs. Bishop in Mobile.

Rev.CHURCH O.D. Brooks CHURCH "On Elder the T.C.search Williams for Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green I
a spent two weeks with their I
Orange Street Sunday: Church School for friendly church?" children Mr. and Mrs. John BUY ONE

all ages, 9:45: a.m.; Morning Green, in Canada. i
SUNDAY. : Sunday Service School 10a.m. Worship (Nursery provided) 'Welcome to Smyrna Mr. and Mrs. Allen
; Worship 11 11 a.m.
a.m.; Evening Worship 7 p.m. ---- SUNDAY Messmore and children, Anna ,
: Sunday School,
Marie Laura and Lee
,
WEDNESDAY: Prayer KINGSLEYLAKE BAPTISTRev. 10 a.m., Worship Service, 11 Linn }
of Temple I Md. are
Service 7 p.m.ALLEN. .Paige Brown a.m., B.T.S., 5:45: p.m.;, spending two weeks with their BIG AND :

-.........- SUNDAY: Sunday School, Evening Worship, 7 p.m. parents Mr.\ and Mrs. Leslie
10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 All visitors are warmly Green, and other relatives.Mr. .
CIIAPEL a.m.; Church training, 6:30: welcomed and Mrs. Mike Castlen'
A.M.E. CHURCH p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: STARKE and son Josh of Long Beach,

"The Friendly Church" p.m.WEDNESDAY CHURCH OF GOD Calif., also Mr. and Mrs. Tony
749 Pine St.,Starke : 7:30: p.m. Rev. !M.E.Drake Castlen and children, Steve GET ONE ,
Rev. K.G, lleastie. Pastor ---- and Amy Joyce, of Dayton, FREE.A ;
Madison Street
Baptist Sunday) Sunday School, 10 Tenn., are spending two
SUNDAY: Sunday School Rev.Charles R.Swartz a.m.; Morning Worship 11 weeks visiting their mother, :
9:30: a.m., Morning Worship, Saturday: 10 a.m., Bike a.m,; Evening Worship, 7 Mrs. Joyce Castlen Charlie,
11 a.m., Evening Parade. Patricia and Eddie and other
,
p.m., first Sunday only: loveeast ,. Sunday: Sunday School, pin Wednesday I Family relatives. BIG TWIN HAS MORE MEAT II:

7:30 p.m. Friday before 9:45 a.m.; Morning Worship Training Hour, 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescott,

first Sunday 11 a.m.;Church Children's Worship, 6:15, Friday: Prayer Meeting Johnny, and Claude Prescott THAN A BIG MAC.
11 a.m.; Training : 7:30 visited Sgt. Tony Prescott
: p.m.UNITED
Bethel Baptist Church Evening Worship, 7:30: "
p.m.;
Russell Davis Pastor ---- Saturday and Sunday, July 2 1 ,
p.m.Monday PENTECOSTAL and 3. We picked him up at
Sunday School 10 a.m.; thru Thursday: CHURCH Martin Army Hospital in Ft.
Morning Worship 11 a.m.;' VBS 7 p.m.Tuesday Rev.O.L.Welis Bennmg, Ga., and took him
,Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.; : Bible Study, 10
204 N. Water St. home to Phoenix City, Ala. It
7:30 Wednesday, Prayer Meeting a.m.- SUNDAY: Sunday School. was the first time he'd been
: p.m. services *!! home in two months. He spent
---- ST.MARK'S EPISCOPAL 10 a.m.; Worship ,
CALVARY BAPTIST Rev.John Flynn a.m., and 7pm.WEDNESDAY. 3 weeks under a heart
Bible machine recently. We feel we
CHURCH : i
SUNDAY 8:30 a.m., Holy
: :
Jim Black Pastor Eucharist; 10 a.m. Morning Study, 7:30: p.m. did him a lot of good visiting l
Prayer. FRIDAY: Young People'sService him. Please remember him in

SUNDAY: Sunday School, TUESDAY: 9:30: a.m. ..7:30: p.jn. your prayers.
9:45 a.m.; Morning Worship, 'Prayer Group in Church
11 a.m.; Evening Worship, 7 Building. ---- :: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'::::::::':' ,

p.m. Wed. Services, 7:30: p.m.. PINE LEVEL BAPTISTRev. '
---- ---- Roman Alvarez \'s'[} Card Of' ThanksCARD j1:

FIRST ASSEMBLY OF PINE GROVE CHURCH SUNDAY: Sunday School, :(::'M--:: :: < :m-::;; ::;:::;:::::::::::
GOD METHODIST 10 a.m.; Worship 11 a.m.;
"The Happy Church Rev._Bell 1*Coleman Bible Study 6:30: p.m.;
Hwy. UilWeldonSI. -> Evening Worship, 7 p.m. OF THANKSOur '
Starke SUNDAY: Sunday School, WEDNESDAY: Prayer recent sad loss leaves I' I

SUNDAY: Sunday School '9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, Service, .7:30: p.m. us with grateful hearts toward
10a.m.t.MornlngWorshIP.1l 11 a.m.; Evening Services, neighbors and friends. Their

a.m.; Evening; Worship, .7:30: p.m., comforting expressions of 'Each Big Twin contains 2 two-ounce charbroiled meat patties, tangy melted t
THURSDAY : Prayer GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH cheese. '
and thoughtfulnesswill
sympathy l
4WEDNESDAY: Youth Meeting?:30 pjn._ Hwy 100A South always be remembered.Our crispy shredded lettuce, and our special sauce, all In a big toasted bun i,, ''i I

meeting, 7 p.m.; Bible Study, SUNDAY) Bible School, 10 special thanks goes to Two Big Twins for the price of one. It's an offer too delicious to resist.
ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC a.m. ; Worship, 11 a.m.; Archer-Tanner Funeral { f
p.m.Pastor Robert Harden Training Union, 7 p.m.; Home: they were like family :'.
Welcome one and all! Rev.Patrick II. Foley Evening Worship 8 p.m. and friends to us, rather thana r----------------- ,.:; ::L;, f
---- WEDNESDAY: Prayer business arrangement.The gHHWT"" !'!!"',*"*-* you b
Masses: Saturday 7 p.m., Meeting 7:30 "A church of "" BritngHthlsdCOUPO"dWlhth
FIRSTCHRISTIANCHURCH : p.m. Family t
,Sunday 11 a.m., Monday 7 en .
where everybody is Pennie Mae Corbett *1
/ 'p.m., Tuesday 8:30: a.m., somebody," '.1' i t
Jim Love Minister Wednesday 6:30 ._--- c. :); you buy one Big Twin, t

SUNDAY: Sunday School,. Thursday.month 1:30, 8:30 a.m., first FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CARD OF THANKS you get one free. ,\ 1:. ,iy t
Friday : a.m.
9:45: a.m.; morning service, Rev. Ben Bryant We would like to take this ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER r
Confessions 6 I r
: Monday I
y:4S): a.m.; youth group, t p.m. SUNDAYf Sunday School opportunity to express our > l !
p.m.; evening worship. 7 .- 8:45: p.m., or upon request. 9:45 a.m.*, Morning Worship appreciation to our many .oller expires/ July 19, 1977" I I
Parish Council Meetings i ;
Church Training.6:15 fnends and neighbors who
Choir 8 11 a.m:: : :
practice,
p.m.; p.m. fourth Monday of each month. Worship 7:30 were so wonderful to us during .
WEDNESDAY: Bible p.m.; Evening; : U .
Study, ftj-m. let Altar Monday Society of each Meetings month.- p.m.WEDNESDAY the recent loss of our belovedson. > >1 '
Hour of '
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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN ..MORC.ANROADBAPTIST.--- Power, 7:30: p.m., thank We would Don especially Denton and like the to '" naraRes: .

CHURCH wonderful doctor and nurses 1 ers. i a .
Dr.Jack Hand, minister SUNDAY! Sunday School of Bradford County Hospitalwho *. brings
WBMBI -. The
::10..m., Morning Worship and [t J worked so hard in our L taste that you backiMiHHiMMM '" .
SUNDAY: Sunday School, Services for the DeafM a.m., efforts to save our son'i life. - - 4 .
Morning Worship,:,, We will -
9:30: a.m.; Training Union 6:30 p.m. always be comfortedby e MBfdM 1 food Swai TM kM> "'tom
11 a.m.THURSDAYl' .>
Chopractice ."-r*...,W-' WEDNESDAY: Midweek enough until you know were so nice to us.The
7:30: p.m., *:Prayer Service ,7:30: p.m. what. Is men than enough:' family of
William Blake Lawrence Wayne Todd 301 South Stark

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CHURCH ACTIVITIES: 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting LAWTEY A.Q. Smith and Tuesday morning.
Mrs.
CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday Wednesday 7:30: Mr. and Auburndale for the Mr. and Mrs. Charles
School 10 a.m., Worship GRACE UNITED family, of Starling, Joey, Wayne and
free Estimates Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., METHODIST: Sunday School by Elizabeth Terry weekend. Mrs. Fred Moore Melissa, enjoyed a cookout
{ and
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 9:43a.m.: ,Worship Services 11 Phone 782-3300 Mr. their son-in-law and and swimming at Anastasia
7:30p.m.: YPE Friday at 7:30: am. and 7:30: p.m., Choir Coss gave the devotional. her sister Miss Enza visited Mr. and Mrs. Seeb Island State Park at St.
daughter
Cl1ANi s t p.m.EVERGREEN Practice 7 p.m.,and MYF 7:45: After the business meeting, Blanchard of Baker County Andrews, Randy and Andy. In Augustine on Saturday.Mrs. .
.. \ BAPTIST: p.m. on Tuesday.The they adjourned.Rev. Nursing Home at Macclenny on Friday after- Emma Crews, of Mulberry -
Springs
Sunday School 10 a.m.I men of the church Will Wright will attend on Friday afternoon. High and brother W.H.
r STEAMLINER CARPET'CLEANING Worship Services 11 a.m. and carried out a Work Day on Emory University in Atlanta Mrs. Dolph Fachtmann and. noon. and Mrs. Floyd Norman Andrews of Starke visited
Deep Soil Extraction Method 7 p.m., Training Union at 6 Saturday. The ladies Ga., for 4 weeks starting July daughter. Carla Joy, of and Mr.Mitchell Mr. and ]Mrs their cousins. Mr. and Mrs
i p.m., Prayer Meeting furnished the meal. Yokohoma Japan spent the Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly on Tuesday
John
Wednesday at 7 p.m. United Methodist Women 18th.HIGHLAND BAPTIST: weekend with her mother Prescott and afternoon.Mr. .
Jack Kendrick Horn: 485.1528 FAITH BAPTIST: Radio met at the church on Tuesday, Sunday School 10 Mrs.Joyce Futch, and brother of Vaughan Kingsley Lake familYd and Mrs. Charlie
Brook, Florida 24 Hr. Sorv: 372.3009 Program on WPXE, 8 a.m. July 5th. with 11 ladies present Worship Services 11 a.m.a.m'l and and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Austin Mrs. Mosley and family, of High-
Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m'l Mrs. George Roberts 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting Mrs. Benton Futch, of Starke. Darlene Norman and sons, land, wre Saturday dinner
TF Worship Services 11 a.m. and Sr., presided Mrs. Frank Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Mrs. O.J. Anders spent the Mr. and Mrs. Frederick guests of their parents, Mr.
weekend with her soninlawand and Mrs. Lonnie Teston.
LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday Prescott and Mr. and Mrs.
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mr.andMrs. R.W. ;
School 10 a.m.. Worship Carl Norman and sons were Edwards
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: Johnny Jenkins and son Sunday dinner guests of their and Bennie Wilkinson, Jr., of
p.m.. Prayer Meeting Robert of Hilliard. parents, Mr. and Mrs.\ Jacksonville spent Saturdaywith
SUMMER Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Misses Lynn and Kelly Leonard Norman. their patents, Mr. and
r NORTIISIDE BAPTIST: Whaley of Starke were Sunday Miss Nancy Prevatt, Mrs. B.L.:'Wilkison, Sr.
SALE Sunday School 10 a.m.t dinner guests of their grand- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Mrs. Charles Starling plansto
CLOSE-OUT Worship Services 11 a.m. and mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinsonand Prevatt Jr.. of Gainesville go to Baptist Hospital,
.
7 p.m.. Prayer Meeting their aunt, Mrs. Daisy. was married July 2nd to Jacksonville for surgery on
W* Wednesday at 7 p.m. Boch. Raymond Francis, of Gaines Tuesday. Our prayers are
+r- ST. JOHN'S MISSIONARY Robby Bowman, of Satellite ville. They were married in with her.
BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 Beach, spent last week with the Presbyterian Church. Mr. Mrs. John Tye. Sr., and her
NOW GOING ON AT a.m.. Worship Services 11 his cousin Brian Bowman. and Mrs. Bobby Norman and son and daughter-in-law Mr.
a.m. and 3 p.m. on Second and Brian went home with Robby daughters attended the and Mrs. John Tye Jr., and
Fourth Sunday, Prayer Bandon and will spend this week with wedding.Mrs. family and son-in-law and

Monday at noon. him.Rodney Burney Dobbs and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
SMYRNA MISSIONARY Rentiers of daughter, Mrs. Pat Welch of Tommy Talley and son Chris,
Van H. Priest Co. BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 Charleston, S.C., will spend a Jacksonville were guests of and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
few days with his uncle and
a.m., Worship Services 11 :their in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. Wainwright went Tubing on
i a.m. and 7 p.m. BTS 5:45: p.m., aunt, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Arlie Dobbs on Tuesday.Mr. Ichtucknee River on July 4th
Prayer Meeting on Boyette and family. and Mrs. J.C. Prevatt, and carried a picnic lunch.
DOWNTOWN STARKE'I' Wednesday at 7 p.m.PERSONALS. Bryan Camp is campingout Jr., of Gainesville, and Mr. Mrs. Donald Wilkison returned -
with Mr. and Mrs. D.E.
and home from Atlanta
and Mrs. Alan Gertshaw ,
Boatwright and family at babies were on their way backto Ga.. after spending from
Mr.and Mrs. Larry Normanand Kingsley Lake for a week. Virginia stopped by to see Tuesday to Sunday with her
;
L: 4 T. Rhonda and their mother, Chamberlin Mr. and Mrs. Jim their parents and grandparents mother, Mrs. Daniel Lewis
Mrs. Ola Starling went sightseeing were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Carl while her Dad underwent
to Great Smokies and dinner guest of their parents, Prevatt on Tuesday. Other surgery in the hospital:,
ALL READY-TO-WEAR Mr.and Mrs. Bill Chamberlin
visited Gatlinburg and guests were Mrs. Alma Crews Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch,
of Jacksonville.
Cherokee, N.C. and went to and son Red Crews, of of Starke, and sister Mrs.
Chattanooga, Tenn. to Look Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dobbsof
Jacksonville on Wednesday Dolph Fachtmann and
out Mountain. They came Gainesville were Sunday afternoon daughter, Carla
afternoon. Thursday Joy. of
back Sunday night and all of dinner guests of.their brother Mr. and Mrs. Dick Yakahoma. Japan, and their
Re due e d 1/3 to 1/2 them with Joey Starling wentto and Arlie sister-in-law Dobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and mother of Starke. mother, Mrs. Joyce Futch, of

.' St. Augustine on July 4th Mr. and Mrs. Julius Euniceof Mrs. Joyce Futch, of Black- Blackshear, Ga.. visited her
and went swimming. They shear. Ga., was their sister Miss Elizabeth Terry,
stayed until the evening and Starke were weekend Wednesday dinner guest. on Saturday afternoon.!
of their father Harold
enjoyed the Fire Works. guests Mr: and Mrs. Wendell Kellyof Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Griffis
1.19 Mrs. Frank Coss and Miss Eunice. Lake Worth spent the weekend and daughter and Mr. and
DOUBLEKNIT Mr.and Mrs. Hardee
Wayne
Authurine Blanchard visited with their parents, Mr. Mrs. Jerry Fishburn and son
and family spent the 4th of
I and Mrs. Hermie Kelly. went to Six-Gun Territory in
: Solids and Fancies and with theirjarents. Mr. Mrs. Gene Pearson Ocala on Sunday and enjoyed
Mrs. atStrickland's
I IF YOU NEED attended their 4 year old themselves.
Printing get it from the. pro- Landing at nephew Kevin Strickland's

fessionals. Serving Starke for Kingsley Lake. funeral in Hazelhurst, Ga.,
COME ON DOWN! on
I 98 years. Misses Cecelia and Cheryl
Saturday. Their niece, Miss
Bradford Printers Chamberlin spent a week with Raiford
Strickland home
Maria ,
-. 914-6305 their cousin,Johnny Kaulk, in came
with her to spend a week with
Miami Beach.
135 W. Call
e Jerry Hewitt of Tallahassee them.
News
came after his mother Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
LoEdith Hewitt, Sunday of Carter are the proud parents
I last week. She spent two of a daughter, Vickie Lynn,
i f'f'I weeks with her parents, Mr. born Thursday, July 7, in By Margaret Richie
and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Alachua General Hospital, Phone: 1-1568

I ( Misses Cecelia. Cheryl and Gainesville. The grand- There will be a meeting of
I Laura Chamberlin took their parents are Mrs. Lois Carter all the ladies of Raiford who
II horses to Crescent Beach and and Owen Carter, and Mrs. would like to form a Women's
I rode them there on Saturday.Mrs. Elva Kirkland.Mr. Club in Raiford. The meeting
I Edna Cason, of Glen and Mrs. Hermie Kelly is to be held Thursday July
: St. Mary spent Wednesdaywith went to see their cousin Mrs. 14, at 7:30: p.m. at the Raiford
I her brother and sisterinlaw Beatrice Futch in North Town Hall. For additional
Mr.and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Florida Regional Hospital information call Ms. Joyce
and children Gainesville on Thursday.Mrs. .
New Henry Hodges Norman.
rates attended the stock Edith Swinney and her
car races Did you know that nearby-
sister, Mrs. Frances Cowan of
; \ at Lake City on Saturday Jacksonville, visited their south of Cedar Key legend
night. has it that the infamous
: ..; ,-,1.1 .,,..-, .... .-.taf. Mr. and Mra. Leland parents, Mr.. and Mrs. ,J.F.. Lafitte hurried his pirate stolen
Robertson,for a short'whileon
Williams of Jacksonville
treasure?Seahorse Key is not
1 Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
were Sunday dinner of
guests open to visitors. There are
and Mrs. Hermie Kelly
Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard
iiialcesaving attended Donald Whitehead'sfuneral high sand dunes and a light
Harley. Other guests were house and the story of
their son-in-law and daughter. in Jacksonville Lafitte's associate Pierre

LeBlanc, who was left to
: Pro watch the treasure. But alas,
Mr. LeBlanc was beheadedone
SALE night. Local citizens
Inventory swear that Pierre LeBlanc
rides headless on moonlit
electricity nights still guarding his

ROSES treasure.PERSONALS

Mr and Mrs. Marion
VIBURNUMLIGUSTRUM Dowling visited family and
friends in Raiford July 9.
NORFOLK PINES CROTONS
Misses Bessie Sapp and

SCHEffLER" PALMS Debbie Lu Hunnicutt were
:i more importantthan shopping in Starke Saturday.
DRACENAJUNIPERPITTOSPORUM .
July 3, Mr. and Mrs. John
CROWN THORNS Green Sapp observed their
25th wedding anniversary at a
party tot family and friends at
Many Unadvertised Specials the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Wallace of Raiford.

Throughout The store Approximately 150 to 175
ever
guests attended the Thornton

Save Up To 30 % fish wishes fry to Sunday.thank Doyle The Archer family

and Owens Illinois for the use
of the tent and table and
chairs. Captain Thornton will
WE'RE CONCERNED. Using our historic rate structure, the rate increase Beginning July 14, 1977 be home until Sunday,July 17,

recently granted because of inflation would have amounted to 'if any friends wish to stop by.
The has concluded that FPL's Weekend visitors of and
state regulatory agency Mr.
about 15%.This new structure works so that the heavier user Mrs. J.W. Marsh and sons

new rates will.be based on a conservation incentive: If you will pay a substantially higher increase-up to 27%. PINE BARK Skeet and Steven were Frank

1 use more than a base amount of electricity per month the and Lorena Gibson, children
On the other hand the minimum will 6.4% '
user pay a *' Frank Jr. and and
kilowatt hour will We're concerned because MULCH ?/? *! Becky
rate
per go up. ,
increase.The 1,200 kilowatt hour user will pay about 15% teppjng Frank Sr.'s Aunt Martha all

your bill may increase more than you expect.We want our more, and anyone using over 1,200 kilowatt hours monthly i4 from Charlottesville, Va.
to have the facts-and have PNUQQETS2" Saturday they all went to
customers to ample opportunity
will pay increases from 15% to 27%. $19 Stones Middleburg and watched the
: to determine wise energy management. Union County Dixie Youth All
Now: i it's even more important to practice wise
(CONCRETE PATIO Stars (Minor
I League) play,
YOU energy management to help control your PICNIC TABLE Any and unfortuately,lose. Sunday
AFTER USE 750 KILOWATTHOURS Size
costs. We don't like higher bills : everyone went to Jax. beach.
w/3 BENCHES The Gibsons left Monday
IN A MONTH, THE RATE any more than you do, so we want f ; Reg. 20 morning to return to Va., witha

to ,help you conserve in every way % healthy start on their tans.
f 85 "
PER KILOWATT HOUR GOES UP. \ 149" Ms.Alma Johnson was ad-
we can.FREE
mitted to Union General
According to will,for ttMfj(":,;,,: Hospital July 7. We all hope
the first time,have an"inveertedrate structureThis means OUR FOLDER ;' she Is feeling better and is
i' .At. home soon.
that the first 750 kilowatt hours you use in any month will be ON "HOW TO SAVE :$i;: Skippy Richie, son of Mr.

'L at one rate, and all electricity you use above that,during the : : QQ 95 VALUE and Mrs. Don Richie, was
.df admitted
!! W to Bradford
monthly billing period will be at a higher rate.Kilowatt MONEY ON YOUR ; '. Hospital Tuesday. July County 5.

f "TIs the gift to be simple,
New Coiti,H ELECTRIC BILL": >.1'/'r'; .. GRASS CATCHER or / 'tis the gift to be free, "Tis the
DMRatt Nests(" Historic Rail '" '
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HOW ) litmus Structure Acpllt* !bicnise ; come down where we
I It' I loaded with tips, hints and ; 4V -1\ < r$7Q CASH : ought to be.
750 $ 27.27 S 29.01 8.4% $ 31.38 15% ; .' ., And when we find ourselves
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1200 40.78 46.96 15.2% 46.90 15% ideas on ways you may never have ii" a..< I-,,. 'k DISCOUNT MOn in the place just right 'Twill

64.82 78.87 21.7 thought of using. Stop in at be in the valley of love and
2000 74.51 14.9% any 1 : :: delight.

3000 94.85 118.75 25.2% 109.04 15% FPLofficeandas1cforyourfreecopy !!l Jff ,; 'f! Purchase of any new IN rail have a good week and

4000 124.89 158.64 27% 143.58 14.9% today. ,''Ii" please call me with your
LIMITEDtoRIDA social notes.
All MM above figures Include applicable franchise fees. HAHN RIDER

IF YOU NEED

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WE SELL
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Girl Scout O PEOPLE TRUST ECKERD'S FOR QUALITY ,j I


NewsBy PRESCRIPTION SERVICE AT LOW LOW PRICESSERGEANT'S kaNAaiAruA/ ,


Carolyn Eaves
Hope everyone Is enjoying'
their summer, which is half I
over already.Plans for Neyatl ,
which Is August 1 thru 5,
are
d Never refill.Never ratllnt. Never !, ;
underway. Please !
remember : LOVING rt! ,: '' : repilr.Light*flrat time. Every !
registration :
is AIM ; }
either at Council due July 16 'lj 'S rf time,Elegant Him contour. Y?'
Office -
with me.' All or S / I FLEA AND GARRITY r
girls grades 1 FLUORIDE CARE ;
!
thru 12
may attend. Fee for
scouts is $10, non-scouts $12. t \\DISPOZ..A4ITE
BY CLAIROL TICK SPRAY
An extra this summer will TOOTHPASTE I
be a first aid and-or life saving LIGHTER
course at Neyati July 23 thru III FOR
29. If are Interested .
would you like more information or 640Z. ASSTD DOGS& + ,
give me a call. ': LIMIT y SHADES '' CATS, -
Finance reports for 1976-77 ONE 77 119 ,
for all troops are past due. If r LIMIT r;' REG. REG.98. ,, I
you have forgotten yours : ; 91.69 !,
quickly' send it to .
Neighborhood Chairman
Janet Klmutis.
We are already thinking
about troops for next year, IT
you have an interest in being a
leader please don't hesitate to
call me. : COPPERTONE 1 Rli**.."*.* IV I I "% iV***
SWINGERSMOKER NO-PEEL-APART, NO GALAXY SELF PROPELLEDI '
SUNTAN OIL LITTER, NO-TIMING ,
'. 22 I INCH CUTMOWER f

""" KODAK EK6 THREE SPEED N
OR LOTION ; '
Cpet 20"FANTHE :
GRILL 8V4 HP BRIGGS Si :
Apr t' oo INSTANTCAMERA STRATTON ENGINE ?:i

4 Oz. MODEL .

LIMIT 139 WITH 3713 11988 ..
ONE ;;E REG. 59.95 SAFETY ,. "" i;
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: REG. 34,99 REG. 22.99 ,
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isr;.. ..h : Deluii modri bok denomel nn REG. a
; t: wrtr I ,41 88 %j
eir firi bowl. 18" > IB"
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cooking gnd Till away hood 98YOU'VE
Roll shoo wrmls.
BOTTLE OF 100ANACIN :
t GOT TO s
4 SEE THE COLOR ,
REG 9.99
TO BELIEVE
THE COLOR WHITE WITH BLUE BLADES GRASS CATCHER 7.11


Joyce Wainwright, LIMIT ., FAST PAIN RELIEF \ \ 1 =743 WOVEN GOLDEN BOY GASOLINE

Joyce Evelyn of Mr.Wainwright and Mrs. ELECTRICTRIMMER' I
daughter
OWER EDGER
1 1 i!
Edward C. RC1N .;
Wainwright was 133 t HAMPERS ,
selected to attend a National L N ,,:
2 H.P. Bciggs It Stiatton motor
Girl Scout Wider Opportunity, t ,. pd, rMknlewnedpngaplawnl is '
called "Tote'N Trek" on July WITHUDS EDGER not a chore.
.
22 at the Girl Scout National USE AS LAMP
Center West in Wyoming. TABLES, PLANTER
To be selected to attend a STANDS.13"x21". 88
MODEL
National Wider Opportunity is
one of the greatest experiences 1" 2488 sr
that can come to a Girl :343' REG. 2 99
Scout. Girl Scouts from all !
over the United States have SUAVE REG.1622"3.99 .2" REG. THREE WHEELS ;:
been selected to participate in t
02988
; EXTRUDED NYLON
this two-weeks event. REDWOOD ft ALUMINUM 20" 24".
x I !:
LINE WITH SPRING REG
SHAMPOO 344
Tote 'N Trek is an event /Tii\ REG.49:1.!: LOADED FEED. ,19B8 ,
designed to give Girl Scouts a FURNITURE
16 OZ. EGG. PROTEINOR EASY TO USEI
chance to backpack across
vast rolling plains, over unmarked STRAWBERRY m C.llloci t.RMwood iMtt ora tat*tubulvfrwvw
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ChM hM S" d MM mbwlHurv '
trails and to explore :. .,* .
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d armi with na.l.N..Uwr/ hM il n t''l'l 4.
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canyons and mesas on a 8-11 1A I
day back-packing trip to the CHAIR CHAISE = Ko'dak.

Big Joyce Horn, who Mountains.has been for in seven the LIMIT ONE 593c 9 9 8 8 Film Prints ,I When you pick up Film your developed film, and :;it.. ''

scouting, worked program from a 9 II Get an extra set of prints with every roll of I prints buy two rolls of Kodacolor or black
years up : ,
cadette earned 30 out of'47 : REG REG color, or black and white film, developed and r 'and white' film for the regular price of one
badges; and will enter the ;;s 11.99 23 B8 printed TODAY AND EVERYDAY. TODAY AND EVERYDAY.

senior troop 405 of Lake City in ,

the HouseholdHints fall. :j : ': ONE GALLON '3 PAl FABRIC COVERED AEROSOL; SHELL i

SURF RIDER
4 LB.
; CASSETTE FLYING"
EPSOM ', .r; PICNIC : WITH ROPE Y

t JUG i : TAPES $$ INSECT

by Marys. Yearta
Your County Extension SALT MOLDED PLASTIC o KILLER
Home Economics Agent v vls APRICOT OR AVOCADO 90AMPEX MIN '
k
QUESTION) How do honey .,
and other sweeteners REG. 2" 99 RTIN6 REG i,
compare with sugar? (Mrs. REG. 41,29 84
T.J.) LIMIT t $3.99 ..i
ANSWER i Sweetness Is a ONE 79 t I
quality detected by taste.Cus 7 REG1.97
tomarily sucrose is used as SOUTHBEND 630'UMBRELLA

the standard.Honey is slightly .' ....'._. ..%._ Clomp-On Type LLOYD'S DURABLE VINYL
acid and has a !sweetness) thatIs : ---
difficult totfompare with = MILITARY SSa:': "Gmry PLAY BALLS SPIN : ,
sucrose. Its sweetness varies # I

of with crystallization.concentration Some and degree honey '' PREVENT TRAVEL '" 88 RADIO 9YJ REG.8Sr INCH REEL .... '

is only 75 per cent as sweet as 't 2 INTERNAL TRIP BAIL. =i
SICKNESS 12 TABLETS mill- *" N> .
sugar while other Is 122 per Solid Slat* ruwtd p r ALL METAL GEARS. :r
cent. A good general rule Is 1 : Urv ttfap./look cat.NN8379 with carrying i 2 O. +jr ADJUSTABLE DRAG 1
to 1 substitution.
Generally glucos galactose DRAMAMINE REG. .399 i 6 ::?
maltose and lactose are less lADOl Sill ....
sweet than sucrose.Since corn IN OMMITie. )CCHOKFUl 599 0 0 .3.2 2 ,.
syrup is a mixture of glucoseand DAISY DOKAail r> TTI W N -TI MAMOf PEG 1.99 I a
maltose it is less sweet Hoot VINTl, LASTIC REG. 4.59'iJ" ,
than sucrose. Molasses is a .
rather acidic sweetener that :
contains a'number of : 69" =_
'? MEASURE RAIN ACCURATELY i "
Very dark a' : '
masses has a characteristic sIaajnlne,, \\::: MEN S "SEA VIEW" ;"

flavor in addition to sweetness i: n rm-. ."",, RAIN
that penetrates food. Due to "..;:':..'.:.;'..:. SWIM MASK :.. I.'
f
the differences in both : z+ ASSTD SANDALS
: l:. :;:
composition and concentration %!: : # .r COLORS HIGH QUALITY RUBBER WITH GAUGE .
it is difficult to : GREAT i.':;:. :.' TWO STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM SAFETY LENS. FEATHERED THIN ;

make definite statements as, FOR FINESSE ""J...:'::.: LAP DESK REG. EDGE. #E1050REG. 1.39 EASY TO READ GAUGE ;:; ,t' ;
sweetness of
to comparative \ !
TRAVEL -.:::,; 499. FOR THE HOME 3

honey QUESTION and other What sweeteners.is the' .;,!: FOLDING1' : WITH BEAN BAG BOTTOM l'. t

difference in egg sizes? (Mrs. ;'.: READ OR WRITE 89 '; \
0 49 : !
388. R7C '"
F.C.ANSWER) Eggs are 0 SYRINGE r''. WHILE OR. 'LYING REG.8.SITTING DOWN 99 499 ; J.: 1\;

Identified by size In this way:
'
Size- Extra large, large oy
medium, small. WOODEN.
Weight per dozen-. 27 011.; 24. -- ,0 POM POM FOOTSIE PACK Of 3 WOODEN LAMES HOWIAHD, PETALS 2 FT.
oz., 21 ox. 18 ea.QUESTION V: 149 .

low-fat cottage;cheese How differ does :;. ,, l L ONE T .':::\:,: FOOT SOCKS SKIRT PANTS OR SWIM ORBUMLE fa:_. STEP LADDER : \j.a j.

in food value from creamed 't .. :. :{! S
t :: \.; SUIT HANGERS !t STURDY 24 INCH r 1
cottage cheese? (Mrs. B.B.), yr'; ..:;;:?:::;:? .\?. 't'' STOOL FOR IN. '+ '
ANSWER Low-fat cottage r.. 4 r"% .,'oi. .::.,'..;..'.:.:.: 19% COTTON AND YOUR CHOICE CAP '!k;! DOORS OR OUT. t
.
cheese has very little fat and J- .. % :::..e.. 21% NYLON
vitamin A. Creamed cottage v ,: '..i.:;:::.( REGULAR .1.19JOHNSON'S !itea t .i
.
.
cheese usually has about 5 per '. ;:.,; If' '
cent fat and therefore ;V ':;;"; YOUR REG 344 1
..
furnishes more calories and :< REG CHOICE 127 1 \
vitamin A. i; DISPOSABLE DIAPERS \1' 774 1; 9 .81 REG.1.99 ,

DAYTIME 24' LIMIT ONE PKG. 'e: '

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County If some Perhaps so.of contact these Extension you same Mary have question.Yearta Home asked, I" Ilryil.+J4i' 2.19 1 j?:;'i';- :r.; >.1q; ; fii /j'JO, '\.Pj;Yj.tif,,::O!.: :%m ; ::'.e r ...ll&liiJ": &: iwB I ''


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TOBACCO PRODUCTS EXCLUDED GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY JULY 20..77. TOBACCO PRODUCTS EXCLUDED GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY JULY 20,It77. PRODUCTS. EXCLUDED.GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY JULY 20,1971.
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SCOPE COMPARE -L .IMKie' w oralLo
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70 tlu MLWMTI WKMI
I ,...(IN. o f EvcryDayLowPriccCASTLEBERRY 34 Green Beans 3/M/ 1 29'3H
i $1 169 C Suave uii WMOU MINH
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I Trash Can Liners 79 10'
T nil MHTIY' nmMacaroni' SNACKS
l ;! Dinners 4/M/ 1 16. 0c Super Discount
u imr Kir MOWN*st RAINS ASSORTED FLAVORS .
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I ; Misfits No. Badcock No.2 In Men'. Class 1 RiiKliefrir......., Play I
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Badcocks took on five area losses were at the hands of the lead in one inning in the game and take them on they did as with it for a 4-for-S. Badcock's Larry Mercer runs in the game, David the fourth,and tying the game
teams this weekend In MeVs Misfits. but Badcock wouldn't let It the Misfits stomped the David Bennetth and Randall scored after he singled and Bennett who came in with two after the Athletics one run In
Class B Subdistrict 2 Tournament Both teams will go on to last long rallying in the Athletics 24-4. Thomas came out with perfect William Malone homered in and Randall Thomas,. who the fourth. Badcock then
,. play and both teams district play in Deland this seventh inning with three Don Wheeler came through S-for-S's for the game, each thewinningnmwmrnngthegame scored one.Thomas was 4for4 moved on ahead with four
came out winners. weekend. triples, by Jim Lewis Steve with two home runs'' in that hitting five singles and each for Badcock.The and Bennett was 2for3. runs in the next two innings,
The Misfits took first place Badcock was the first Cubbedge and Jim Alvarez. game and a double and a coming In on four of them. two Starke teams had it Badcocks fourth game gave taking the game.
f' in the tournament with 3-0 Starke team to take the field William Malone homered for single coming out with a 4- The fifth game of the out in the ninth game of the them their third win for the The last game of the tourna-
record and the Badcock's and they edged out a 10-9() win Badcock in that inning also. for-5 for the game. Claude tournament put Badcock tournament, with the Misfits tournament as they went 9-6 ment pitted the Misfits
took second with a 3.2 as the in their first game over Lake In the fourth game of the Hardee also hit one out of the against Register's Amoco anda taking the game 132. against the Lake City against Badcock, with the
I two local teams dominated the Butler tournament the Misfits took ball park in the second inning. close game it was, with Bad- Badcock' couldn't seem to Athletics.: Misfits taking It from Badcock
I All cock coming out ahead in the pull it together during this Badcock remained scoreless again, 1410.
:II bottom of the last inning for a seven inning game, but Bill In the first three innings, Eight home runs were
'-Y-- ------------- -- 15.14 win Malone batted out a homer for with the Athletics taking a scored in this game with six
The score was tied 13-13 as them with the other run by four run lead by this time by the Misfits and two by
the sixth and last inning of the Wilbur Waters who scored But Badcock caught up Badcock.For .
game began. Amoco only after an error to the shortstop. the Misfits Don

MOVING -.- -_....,. bi----,_.....- Wheeler was hitting them out
of the park all Saturday
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I evening with three home runs
and an overall 3-for-4. Randall
Thomas hit one out of the park
for the Misfits, along with
4 )PI Claude Hardee and John
aQ ooa oaFMP1L (p Ramsey.For .

I II ?;y s Badcock, Jim Lewis
I I < P'' 'i iJ5 and William Malone came. up
with the two homers.
The Lake Butler team was
t out of the tournament after
D u I their first two games, in which
I III Loma they lost first against Badcock
'iPoaa 10-9() and then against the
..i Disco's 15-12.
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I luncheon meeting held at the
-'Starke Misfits Garden Restaurant Thursday
First row (l-ri) Terry Gaines Wayne Harper, Tommy Wise, Donny Wise and John Ramsey. July 7, the Chamber of
Second Row: Randall Thomas Steve Cox David Bennett. Ralph CHpln. Lloyd Gillpe. Donald Commerce has decided to
Wheeler Claude llardee and Donny BagweU.'m" ,_ help.Bill.
Wilson of the Chamber
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I ,.y ,,", has offered whatever
," .t } ? ',::' '. ); assistance it could to get the
i i t *i" jXO .. ,.to: \. ,:. built.
J new ballparks
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CARPET jA&/CONGOLEUM psi :"'\ .f'' H : drawn up as to how much
: .''i ( I"'" assistance the Recreation
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tIJJ.. "/ f ; Dept. will need and how much
No WaxREMNANTS ',. ..... ?7# the Chamber can give them.
The new ball fields are
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SHonr VINYL 4f # 'ff'!' '(' Westside Park is retiring in
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55 Badcock _
Ear First Row (l-r): Dale Brown.Wilbur Waters Bill Jackson.Dwayne lIardee Emmett Akridge Softball GameCancelled
and Bobby Dennis.
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Limited Selection Second Row: Steve Cubbedge, Larry Mercer, Tim Eilend-! Biu M'loneEuu Griffis, Jim
Lewis Doug Brown and Jim Alvarel.'

Everything We Don't Miniature Golf Course On US-301 North newly The organized second game girl's for softball the

team has been cancelled,
Expected To Open First Of Next, Week according to recreation
I Drastically Yd. Want To Director Cheryl Godwin.
There will be somethingnew in other ways besides the holein Their first game against
and should open the first of the Lake
for children one, too.MIlligan. City got the Starke girl'soff
your
your
next week with the grand expects the courseto to a good start, with a 17-6
and for
neighbors even
Move It your-
opening to be held
Reduced the
self to do in Starke, as there is be open from 10 or 11 a.m. win. But the second game,
I a miniature golf course in the following week. until 9 or 10 p.m.weekdays,all canceled Lake City, was
Milligan bought the land and from about due to transportation
day Saturday
making on U.S.301,next to the
four weeks and said the
Now IB The Tim To Buy Elk's Lodge. course itself ago should be 1 p.m. on Sunday. problems.

J.E. Milligan owner of the delivered by Thursday.The .
course said he built it not only course will be a Lomma ,
for the profit motive, but be- Championship Miniature Golf
Teal Tile cause, "There's hardly any- Course and the company that
CarpetE. thing recreational to do here: makes them sponsors many
Millegan said miniature golfis tournaments where the public OWN AN AUTO
the kind of game that every- can win free prizes and tripsto
Call St. Starke In Old Stump Bldg. one can play and enjoy. different places.
The course should be com- The course has 19 holes PARTS CENTER 1
pleted by the end of this week Milligan]) said and if one get a
hole in one on Number 19 he 1
gets to go another round for .
4733775KTrVTON free. Each round costs $1, he. )
r .Security can be assured for you and "
John Brown said. Free games can be won
: your family in a wide choice of locations.

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t IG ,f10ROA / HOUSE TRAILER Commits. SuicideA Partial financing available.
NEXT p 40ill prison Inmate at' the i
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found dead In his cell Sunday Contact: pat Henderson
r night prison officials
reported.He was the victim.of
an apparent suicide. AMERICAN PARTS SYSTEM, INC.
Robert Lee Tatro 30, was
ill I l found dead in his one-man cell 450 N. Lane Ave. .
I If '' with a sheet tied around his Jacksonville. Fla[
neck. .
Tarto was serving a five-' Z: :J2205:
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P.ayRaise, Longevity Increase Won ,For Unionized City Police I

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Negotiations between the' percent increase In take home sides," said Wolbert. "The a month clothing: allowancewill "The PBA gave a lot of schooling for each officer on the PBA in Alachua] and Brad- resort occurred to vulgarism in other that places has,"
:ity of Starke and the Police pay and longevity Increases city of Starke gave more than be given, said Wolbert. room to strike from previous an annual basis will be paid by ford County. said Wolbert about the Ii
nevolent Association repre- aid Jesse Wolbert, chief It really wanted, and the city City police will benefit froma contracts items that will] be of the city on an "if funds are All previous bargaining has negotiations. tI
lentativet concluded negotiator for the city. police received less," Wolbert program of recognition for benefits to the citizens of available basis," said taken place in Starke with the Wolbert praised the union as
hursday,July 7 after for Starke and Wolbert. final session held in Gaines-
nearly The three year contract yet added. seniority and longevity result in substantial -
wo months of bargaining to be ratified by both sides, Although pensions were nota professional officers, said savings, during the Although both parties must ville. Tenatlve policy well represented people by "very who
ivlng city policemen a five was "give and take on both part of bargaining after July Wolbert. A pay scale to be third year of bargaining,'" ratify the agreement, Wolbert negotiations had been reachedin showed professional deep concern not only
1, 1977 Wolbert said police approved by both sides gives a said Wolbert. said he did not expect any conflict prior meetings and a for the welfare and safety of
Westside Park To Host union employees would receive patrolman a base salary of Pertinent items called for In with council members bargain for accordance on the officer, but the welfare
the same five percent $169.60 weekly. After 90 daysan the previous contract were since he negotiated within the economic issues were reached and of the citizens of
I safety
Men's Church Increase as non-Union increase is given to$174.40, four floating holidays in boundaries set forth by the Thursday, said Wolbert. also."
Starke
Tournament employees would receive the which is in effect up to two addition to seven regular city. Local PBA members will "Both sides conducted The next regularly
a, city pays retirement benefit years. After two years $1 is holidays, that provision will have a membership meetingof :themselves orderly and in a icheduled council
I Westside Park will host the Wesley team. The city council voted added each year up to 20 years no longer be a part of the contract the bargaining unit to ratify professional manner and at no is city
en's Church Tournament Other teams participating unanimously June 21 to pick for a top salary of $193. A ser- if it is ratified. Annual the contract which ends the time was it necessary to meeting July 19 at 7 p.m.
cheduled for this Thursday,. In the tournament Include: up the five percent retirement geant will begin at$179 UD to a physicals for police officers process. Starke currently has "
Friday and Saturday, with Lake Butler's New River costs presently being paid by 20 year salary of $198. The will be paid by the city if funds eight members in the bargaining
itarke's Madison Street and team Lake City's Parkview each employee. Union same Increments are made are availalbe. The city will unit. Only patrolmen,
resbyterlan teams team and the Gainesville members of the electrical for a lieutenant from $185 to attempt to have them done sergeants and lieutenants are DeWitt C Jones
scheduled for play. Rldgeview team.Tournament department represented by $204. through public health members of the union.
Madison Street will start off play will end the IBEW will not realize the The salary schedule does agencies at a substantial Taking part in the negotiations
he play against Calvary Saturday at 7 p.m. with the pay increase until bargainingwith not include supplements for savings, said Wolbert. have been Wolbert;
emple at 7:30: p.m. first place team of the that union Is completed. completing Police Standards, ,The tenative contract provides Chief Jimmy Bowen Starke Funeral Home, '
hur day. Presbyterian's winner's bracket taking on the Uniforms and equipmentwill receiving an associate of artsor for two hours minimumand police Lt. Lane Sibley, i I
Irst game is Friday night at first place team In the loser's be furnished by the city a bachelors degree; whichare four hour maximum court membership representative of
:15.: against the Gainesville bracket.Ipominoes and through bargaining a $10 paid by the state. time for officers rather than the Police Association in
Not a part of the union, the provision two hours Bradford County; Alachua STARKE KEYSTONE I!
assistant chief and minimum and no maximum, County Sheriff Lt. H.L.
Take TourneyThe poke chief salaries are set by said the negotiator.. Also Meizuis, chief negotiator andJ. 964.6200 473-3176 i.
the city council. mandatory 80 hours of Larry Sikes, president of

Dominoes came out on team, Leather Luggage, who had three singles in the Arrest Is Made In Vo-Tech Theft TRAVEL ADVENTURE RENTALS
top in Women's Class B Gainesville's number one second game,for a 3-for-5, and --- '
Subdistrict Tournament play team, the G.P.'s and Alachua Betty Jean Hudson, who went Alson Charles Masters 20 Vocational Technical Annex EDUCATIONSee
Monday night, with a 15-0 number one team, Artemis. 3-for-4 in the first game and 2- of Starke, was arrestedTuesday building, according to Starke I Chief Kelly US Navy I Hospital BedsWheelchairs
bombing of Leather Luggageand Some outstanding play from for-4 in the second with five on charges of grand investigators. in Recruiting Station Starke _
a 15-7 shellacking of the Dominoes during the two singles.] larceny for the May 16 Masters was placed? Monday 10 A.M. Ill 2 P.M.. & Crutches
Aretemis.The games included Karen Lunn'ssix The,Dominoes will go on to robbery of over $100 worth of Bradford County Jail. Bra ford Square 2/1O/1) > i
Dominoes were pitted singles giving her a 2-for-4 district play. pipe from the Bradford-Union Masters was also arrested
against three other teams, for the first game and a 4for5In I
Gainesville's number two the second, Terri Parrish, I


Special Hunt Planned w\\ t. w

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Applications(L Note Available I t.f

Applications for sportsmenwho Bull Creek two archery ana
would like to take advan- two muzzleloading hunts on f
tages of the special hunts Camp Blanding, one muzzle-
planned in the Camp Blanding loader and two modem gun ,
wildlife management area hunts on Citrus, two muzzle-
are now available at any of the loader and two modem gun SALE ENDS SATURDAY l'l'I
regional offices or the Tallahassee hunts on Guana River, and l't
office of the four archery and eight primitive t
Commission. weapons"hunts on. Joe $'Leai I
Anyone wishing to apply for Budd.. l'I
t the special] hunts can either Applicants will be given I
pick up the application formsIn only one hunt, but may
nearest person or office call or write of the the indicate ten choices.Cheerleader t- I

Commission.Fred Clinic ,
Stanberry, chief of f t IJI)
wildlife management for the Set For Aug. 1.5 '
Game and Fresh Water Fish WIDE ASSORTMENT OF PRINTS AND SOLIDS
Commission urges all The Bradford High varsity 9 9
applicants to read and follow cheerleaders are sponsoring a 1 PERMANENT PRESS PERCALE AND MUSLIN [ J
the directions on' the applica- cheerleader camp for young- -
SOME FIRST QUALITY.
tion carefully. sters in grades kindergarten ,yam' V" V(>YlV 4 4I
"Little time spent readingthe through six this August 1.5 I
directions can save the from 9 a.m..to noon. .
'sportsman the possibility of The clinic will be held at the ONLY PILLOW CASES
having to resubmit an Bradford High School gym- :
application," he said. nasium. :i: + DOUBLE SIZE PACKAGE OF TWO '
Included in the special huntsare For information, phone :
a muzzleloading hunt on Vicky Norman, 964-7841. FLAT OR (H .


Starke Netters Take First PlaceIn TWINS . . 2.69 FITTED %b .

I QUEENS : : 4.49' ".,. .-. 1 ,.
Keystone" Tennis Tourney ', KINGS..55.49"BATH t

j .The Starke team of Janice singles but haven't played yet.
Jockel and Jerry McGriff won The Starke team of Larry
the mixed doubles White and Andy Crews lost the t
championship over the Starke men's doubles title 6-2, 6-1 to BED BLANKETS DRAPES I ,j .
team of Pam Tucker and the Keystone Heights team of :
I.i Kenny Rodrique this week in Russ Porter and James
)Keystone Heights second Stormer. Starke's Jerry '
annual "Our Country Day" McGriff and Randy Crews PILLOWS '
Tennis I fourth in the men's
'Invitational place
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'f',, Two Starke girls Candy Randy Crews and Cheryl : ,
,.Costello and Pam Tucker are Godwin placed third for 1
',,!in. the finals of the women's Starke in the mixed doubles. 44 SOLIDS;


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1 Women's Church Softball Ends. Three Team Tied For FirstThree I



teams are tied for Monday, June 18, at Pratt beaten First Baptist Blue tne game, they had eight hits FB Blue 14.FB Gold
first place In Women's Church field at 7:30: p.m. Grace consistently. Grace Baptist to Grace Baptist's 11. Most of First Baptist Gold was no
Softball after Monday night Baptist won the bye in this players,therefore,are rooting the Angels action came from match for First Baptist Blue
play as Grace Baptist, the single elimination playoff, for a First Baptist Blue win in the nine walks they got in Monday night Women's
Fellowship Angels and First which leaves them to play the the first game of the playoff.throughout the game. Church play, as Blue walked r .,
Baptist Blue all ended up the winner of the first game First Baptist has beaten the 14-4 over Gold ail ailL
second half of the with between GraceBaptist,even with This cat
season the Fellowship Fellowship Angels I both times the game was called afterin
4-2 records. Angels and First Baptist Blue. the second half of play so II.they were getting the sixth inning, as First
based on that First Baptist couldn't seem to get anywhere Baptist Blue had taken a 10
First Baptist Blue and the First Baptist Blue was the would be favored in Monday'sfirst score-wise' They scored two run lead over First Baptist
Fellowship Angels were tied champion for the first half of runs in the first inning, by Eve Gold.
for second place at 3-2 and the season and if any other game. Futch after her single and by First Baptist Blue had 1?
Grace Baptist was in first team wins this First Sherrie Hoggins after
playoff, In Monday games: her hits for the game to First
place at 4-1 before Monday Baptist Blue will take that double, but didn't seen home Baptist Gold's two.
night's games. Grace Baptist winning team on for the full plate again until the fifth when This game put First Baptist
lost to the Fellowship Angels season championship, F.Angels 10-Grace 3 Darlene Stancil came home Blue Into a three way tie with
and First Baptist Blue took according to Recreation The Fellowship Angels took after her single. the ,Fellowship Angels and
the game over First Baptist Director Cheryl Godwin. the last scheduled game of the Grace Baptist, with First
Gold creating the three-way Grace Baptist has not season 10-3 from Grace This game puis the* Baptist Gold trailing in fourth
tie. beaten the Fellowship Angelsin Baptist. Fellowship Angels and Grace place with a 0.6 record for the
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Women's Church Softball team the Fellowship Angels are In a three way tie with First Baptist
Blue and Grace Baptist, all with 4-2 records.
Front row (l-r): Treisle BaMree,Jackie Hersey, Loretta Ross, Clalrnell Branham and Helen
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Back row: Alma Packham, Grace Searle Mary Hersey Wanda Bishop, Brenda Lee Jan
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play-offs set Monday night. Grace Baptist had the luck of the tit. '';,0: .
draw as Coach Wayne Hersey of the Fellowship Angels drew his i .t.. I.
team and First Baptist Blue for the first game. Grace will play ( < 4. .1t :',
the winner of the second game. Grace Baptist Coach Cliff '<:' ; : :, J6 ;: ,t. ,., <::, ." >
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Dixie Boys All Stors Begin TourneyThe .,-' ..- ., !
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Tournament began second game, at 8 p.m., has .:Ned'r'
Wednesday night, July 13, in Gainesville East pitted FIRST BAPTIST GOLD ; .. : .
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Gainesville's North East against the Clay County team. Women's Church Softball team the First Baptist Gold's hold fourth place with a 04 record for ..... iL... "
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Park. The tournament will also season.Front fiut. I. .
The first game, scheduled hold games Thursday and row, (l-ri)I Loretta Marchant. Carolyn Sapp, Jean Roznowski Betty Bresee. Wanda 'Wf J. : ..
Prevatt, and Joan Chitty. I FiAJ. to
for 6:30: ( put the Starke team Saturday. \.1/ ';
Back row! Grace BUckley.Ruth Rlddlck,Helen Crosby Vicky. McKinney Marty Barry,Gwen fl8q06Jf 'c. .. h, f.t.
Moxley and Coach Crosby. .II
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FIRST BAPTIST BLUE
Apply At Adams with runner up Clyde Harry Riggs. with Women's Church Softball Team the First Baptist Blue's are in a three-way tie for first place
Championship Grace
Baptist and the
Fellowship all
Angels with 4-2
Trophies will be awarded at Te iIlegar. First place, Third flight: Front row(I-r) records. I
LAKE SURER APPAREL COMPANY the Annual Business meeting First place, First, flight, : Harold Davis. Runner up: Back row: Coach: Lynn Crble'Pierce.Martha Melanie Grable Morris, Debra Adrienne Barry and!Marie Ferguson.
Alvarei. Cassle
Weekdays tit 5:30pm: of the Starke Golf and Country Doug Gray Runner up: Vernon Silcox. Michelle Sapp.Teresa Hobbs Tracy George and Coach Rlddlck. Esther Pearson,
Barry.
Club to be held at 7 p.m. Bobby McRae.!! First place, Fourth flight: Not Pictured la Christie Redding.June Norman and
Saturday til 2pm 496.3601..... Saturday, July 23. First PlaceSecond flight> : Grover Howard. Runner up: Kathy Taylor.
The club champion is Bill steve Simmons. Runner up: Jim Watts.
First place, Fifth flight:
Ermie Jones. Runner up:

Military Active Duty Personnel' ; Nolan First Simmons.place, Sixth Flight:

Jerry Howard Wadsworth.Meyer. Runner up:

First place. Seventh Flight:
& Ed Miller.Cole. Runner up: George

First place. Eighth Flight:
Freeman Reed. Runner :
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Wayne Helms. 3v T i
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First place, Tenth Flight:
Fred Dobbins. Runner up:
Ken Shuford.
First place, Eleventh
Flight: A.B. Howard. Runnerup
: Ralph Bryan.
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There will be a covered dish ?
dinner at the meeting and the
finances for the year will be

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w. also come up for vote. W
The Country Club also
wishes to remind all tennis
players that from July 5
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courts are in use for lessons, Women's Church Softball team,the Grace
Baptist's are in
a three-way tie with the
NO from 8 a.m. Monday through Angels and First Baptist Blue,all with 4-Z records. Fellowship
Thursday and Tuesday and Front row(I-r): Terri Dya"Eve Futch Lanette Griffis Sarah Faulk and Ginger Jones I
Wednesday from 8:15: to 9
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p.m. Hugglns. Deborah Gray and Coach Griffin.



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11 As Obsolete as Starhe's Zoning Code 66 members of the favorite spot for area deer
Florida National Guard are hunters during the hunting
t h j
: double.timing through two season.

!t': HACK "an old -worn-out horse; a The new zoning code, when prepared, ., weeks of intensive training This is followed by a two-

\coach or carnage kept for hire..." .- should certainly be written to exclude a enroute commissioned to offIcers.becoming week summer camp training J i

Random House Dictionary of the residences from the commercial zone, y period, crammed with drill, y
>Enghah. Language. just as businesses are excluded from If they complete the physical training, classroom '
residential training and not all candi- work, more drill, map :.
Since hacks, as defined here, have been ; zones. dates do they will be reading, marksmanship and t
':Obsolete for at least 50 years, the fact awarded the gold bars of a weapons instruction, and f
Another obvious flaw in the present second lieutenant. Then, by more drill. Phase Three con
,that the word still appears in the index zoning code is the fact that the highest tradition, each will hand $1 to sists of 12 more weekend
:bf Starke's Zoning Code is an obvious residential: classification provided is R-l, n the first person who salutes training periods, followed by
:'clue that the code is as obsolete as the which includes "single, duplex or two- him. graduation in the spring.
:hacks that use to meet the trains
and Behind them will be 260
The NCO School is con- I
:transport "travelling salesmen" ordrummers" family and three family residences. In hours of training at the ducted during a 17-day period.
to local hotels for a night's other words, under the code now in Florida National Guard ,Graduation of the present
';lodging. effect there is no provision for Rl-A Military Academy, the class will take place July 24.
.
;:. zoning which is the highest residential proving ground for men and
We mention the fact, not because the women of the Guard seekingto Even after graduation, the
classification and is restricted .:" become officers officer's is
reference to "hacks" in the to single ? in the training not
city's Zoning family residences. In the interest of good various Guard units throughout complete. He still must attend
Code is a matter of'great importance, the state from Key West to a four week basic course in the
but because it is symbolic of the zoning, duplexes and triplexes are Pensacola. branch of the Army he has

outdated, outmoded, ambiguous, and customarily placed under the multifamily Other Guard members chosen as his specialty.

inadequate zoning code under which the classification' in a separate attending the Non.are Moore than 600 second .

city has been operating for the past two category from single family homes.. Thisis commissioned Officers Schoolat lieutenants have been molded

;:jdecades.; generally-accepted procedure under the Academy, aimed at instilling by inception the Academy in 1961. Some since have its

: the standards of good zoning, and should greater leadership served in Vietnam and many i
There are much more important certainly be taken care of when the new capability in the ranks "of more have risen through the.
I
enlisted members of the
;shortcomings in the zoning code than the zoning code is written. Guard. Currently attendingthis ranks to positions of FlorIda
reference in the
Amusing to hacks. For school from the Starke responsibility .

instance, the mystifying clause under These are just a few of the many flawsin Guard unit are Art O Tanner, National Guard.Lieutenant .

Sec, 25-8 (Commercial District the present zoning code, which is as of Lake Butler, and Randal A. Colonel Richard "

Regulations), which permits buildings to full of holes and loopholes as a slice of Massey, of Raiford. S. Pinson, Commandant of the

be constructed in the commercial zone Swiss cheese. The City should proceed, At 97 RosenshineIs Officer candidates begin Academy the Guard a,22-year who has veteranof risen .f
for "any use permitted in single, duplexor full speed ahead, with junking the Harry their training with a two- through the ranks from "

two-family, and three family, and present zoning code and writing a new weekend orientation at Camp Private to his present level.
multi-family residential districts." In one, from scratch, or the new Blanding, once a bustling He has been Commandant of I

other words, single family homes, comprehensive land use plan won't be Still Busy Selling ShoesA World War II training camp, .the Academy since 1970. .1.1I

duplexes and triplexes may be built and worth the paper it is written on. .1I I

occupied in commercial zones, making a I I

mockery of any attempt at effective The City Zoning Board deserves a man is as old as he feels, daughter guess I won't be here too II
zoning in these areas. better instrument they say, and. Harry longer- no one is here
under which to work I
Rosenshine finally admits to makes .' Mr. Rosenshine
Under the present interpretation of and reach its decisions. Otherwise, the getting a little age on him- Heights. philosophically. His

this clause, a mobile home (although thecode months of labor that have gone into the but then, who wouldn'tjust Rae, died soon after they
development of a comprehensive plan three years shy of the century to Florida in 1969 and is
is so obsolete that mobile homesaren't
mark? attending
will be for and the in Crosby Lake t
will
naught city ti, I
even mentioned) was recently meeting 4
Harry, a familiar :
figure
on
its of
approach new era growth with the
allowed to go into a commercial area on the streets of Starke for the County
weak and inefficient as long as he lives
St. Clair Street, after the City Zoning same documentthat past eight years? celebrated the Pratt Rosenshine hopes to
Board had refused the permit and the has resulted in haphazard growth his 97th birthday on June 12 Hall, active, an IRStn
City Council had backed its action. here for the past two decades. with a quiet family party at sang the desire'for a ,
the home of his son-in-law and Birthday, who travelled over 1,000
per week for more than
years as a wholesale i

I His Own Man"He Shoe for Company.the Stuart And 1 1j j

County Agent's in retirement he has
far from gathering moss. I

prospects at the moment. In spite of the Notebook still to Starke
comes \
is himself. initial criticism, he developed a day, riding in from i

This is the answer that has been givento successful record with Congress, and Heights with his
all the political analysts both privateand ultimately won the approval of public who recently Yes, Sir tilt, Main !
her with the
opinion. Looks like even though we Adult position !
professional, who have sought to
'label Carter-and place him' in .a-, ... -.".- ... .... ... .w- are getting a. few scattered than 5 County after' several Health 'J'" A.young Tampa woman with two children Is spending her Ii ;
Jimmy thundershowers, most of our economic summer drilling Florida National Guard troop*.as the lint w "
'pigeonhole of'conformity ever since his In the controversial matters of those area is still suffering from the Tail with a Gainesville female Tactical Officer In charge of an all-male platoon of .
.inauguration.But dams so dear to the hearts of drought. Some soybean readily Health Center students at the Non-commissioned Officers School at the I '

it i an effort that has completelyfailed. Congressmen, and the B-l decision that planting is delayed and treatment disembarks at the City Florida National Guard Military Academy now In session at I
President| Carter refuses to let meant the loss of contracts to industryand little pastures are making very with Shop on Call Street Camp Blanding. I I

himself be "type cast." He remains thousands of jobs to workers, Mr. growth. the genial proprietor Sgt. Wyatt returned as an NCO-TAC officer after graduating !
Johnson, is happy to let
.today as he was in January-Jimmy Harsh believes that Carter did the right There area few pastures, present make his headquarters. last year in the first class of non-commissioned officers trained
'Carter of Plains, Ga. He is himself. thing and will eventually be lauded for however, that are being cut times of still carries his\ shoe at Blanding. The NCO School is a new function of the Acadmey I.
.his foresight and courage. for hay. I have had a couple ferrable taking orders from and the current class Is comprised of 48 students.: Now, in
calls telling me that some hay early but addition to the OCS which has been training non-commlssloned I
His recent hard-nosed decision to scrap is being sold by the bale in the the customers torrid, officers since 1961 the Academy is charged with increasing the i
the multi-billion dollar B-l program "Mr. Carter can't always win out when field. With our present outlookfor quent weather unusually he has cut leadership abilities of lower grade enlisted personnel in the

:proves that he is neither the soft-money trying to do the right thing. There are summer and fall grazing, I nymphs some on his door-to-door Guard. j'
political realities to be reckoned with. suggest that cattlemen take a
the free-wheeling New which, until recently,
populist, nor assumedhe But he is certainly trying to curb look at their winter feed plans several miles of When the 17-day school ends with graduation at 9:30 a.m. 1'
Deal spender that many people 24, will return to her full-time position
and book
or buy hay now for nymphs Now Sunday July Sgt. Wyatt
wasteful He is pounding daily.
would be he in office. spending by Congress. recruiter for the 53rd Battalion In
once got the winter. My guess is that buildup his time in the as Support Tampa.
trying to move in the right direction on hay will be both scarce and aiding in spends with

As one political analyst has observed, welfare reform. He is plainly aware of expensive next December and winter customers shop conversing or dozing in the

Mr. Carter is not the wealthy aristocrat the increasing danger of inflation and is January. ___ not of the air conditioing, LETTERS
was Franklin moving to curb it about as fast as is since occasional time out for a :
turned politician, as
Since and feed
He has grazing for generally In spite of the heat he
Roosevelt... he is not an idealistic realistically possible. cattle is short this summer, it will not wears his customary coat
intellecutal like Woodrow Wilson... disappointed organized labor where it is more important than ever to cide noticed."I tie while making his SENATOR GLISSON:' ,.
should be disappointed but not control horn flies and other OPPOSES.. NEWS TAX
although conservative, he is not as some probably !!'" -- ----

have dubbed him, the most conservative more so than he has disappointed the oil external parasites.The continued Late long, active Dear Editor: have made a healthy and \'

Democrat since Grover Cleveland companies on the subject of energy. horn fly is one of the give began in 1880 in a Russian that needed contribution to \
Harry Truman could also be most serious and injurious lice as named Wolkowski. His It concerns me greatly freedom of ideas and freedom
conservative when the occasion "The one clear message that comes out pests of cattle.: optimum traveled over Europe during session serious the past considerationwas legislative of the press. (

demanded. of all this is that Mr. Carter cannot liquor products, and given to imposing a tax on These proposed taxes
the skin of control of
They pierce used to help him with
accurately be labeled as a man of the the advertising. I see such a tax against advertising are not
cattle to suck blood and for
may bookwork. "He seemed to
label Mr. right, left, or center. But he can be as a possible threat againstone the proper aspect of taxationto
None of these attempts to take up to 20 meals per day. species. I was pretty good at it. of our most consider at this time.Such a
country's
Carter in historical terms has been labeled as a man who is groping for the The irritation and blood loss- Dust recalls with his basic institutions-the small tax would literally force a

i successful because, as pointed out by decision which will serve the general cause reduced. weight gain of smile. press and other small news- large portion of the state'ssmall
Ibs.
0.3 to 0 5 per day. Large
columnist Joseph C.Harsch. "Mr. Carter interest rather than the special populations of horn flies may effective father was severly gathering operations such as media into financial
to interest. and while testing alcohol to local radio station. oblivion and would create a
is making a new record and will come cause open sores on the head I
monopoly in newsgathering
the label. and underline which can dust in a product and died What, at first to bea
be known by his own name as pre appears facilities for the entire state. '
He is himself. He is unlike any of his "There is a' general interest in'every dispose the animals to when cattle result of the accident. harmless and equitable way !
secondary infections of both to for the stateis. A tax advertising might '
what he is decision a President makes. The general emigrated to New raise revenue on I
will learn
predecessors. We with disease and parasites. Because These his upon closer analysis an sound, to some like a fairwayto I L
interest sometimes overlaps the City while in early
by his actions from day to day. of their piercing- tained in ominous threat to the very raise revenue but I assure \ :
Eventually, when someone says another special interests of special groups. One sucking mouthparts horn must pass joining who two were younger already existence of many small you that it poses a real danger .
; is a Carter Democrat, we willow way to run the government is to cater to flies are suspected of or every in the states. newspapers radio and T.V, to what I term an "American
person the interests of enough special groups to mechanically transmitting stance station several of whom have institution" -the small local '
i what'is, meant. command a working majority in anthrax and other diseases or water me everything was been operating just above the news operation. This tax, for I I'
within a herd. when I came to this break-even point for years. that reason if for no other
.' So far, a Carter Democrat is a man whop .Congress."Mr. Dusting ," Harry says. "I had should not in the forseeable '. J
known his position on Both fly numbers of 50 or well. English and become a This proposed tax would future be adopted by the state '
withholds making Carter is not doing that. He is more per animal are considered American citizen." Many have a devastating effect on of Florida.
f 'particular issue until a decision to be of economic im- the small media. It would .
some tive his customers spoke Jim
bow the Glisson\
forced at times to to of .
:
power
{ must be made, and then i it. is made portance. Extreme numbers languages in make the advertisers StateSenatorI1))N' ,d I.
? according to what seems to be the most some one or another special interest.But of 10,000 to 20,000 flies per dusting and his considerably more cautious Tavares,Fla.
and sensible course at the it seems that by and large his record animal have been reportedand Is : European and tight-fisted with their
p. practical shows an effort to search for the decision could make blood loss helped hIm advertising dollar and would, f
Z, moment. that server the general interest of the alone (0.5 gal-month) an Important cattle. with his clientele. ultimately, cause them to do Western World I'
r factor in reduced be less and less business with! J.
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? A trusted advisor used, to assureS entire American community."No production.The a level his eyesight and small news operations. Trek Set :
somewhat ,
are
President Truman that if one does heI 'one can know how successful he cattle tall louse is the to head come Mr. Rosenshine The large metropolitan
I right thing" he will be surprised to find, will be he continues this most Important damaging good health, for a man papers could possibly survive. For ;
fr how often it turns out to be the as on course. louse In Florida. .The cattle at mld. years. And as soon as the They would, most likely, be I; t
$ successful and popular thing to do. And But it is the best course for a President.It tail louse is a blood-sucking prevent cools off a bit, you better able to absorb the Library : i
L did the right is what all Presidents ought to do. It is louse, and extensive infestations during expect to see him back on impact. The small papers, on ", Iil
Mr. Truman frequently its not what all have done" may cause anemia in all sharp streets with his ever- the other hand, could never
thing, no matter how unpopular cattle. Infested cattle show and shoe catalog. bounce back from the blow. t
poor condition slower weight tear the And, as a result, one of the "Wear your boots and ten- I ,
... gain,low vitality, and reduced have basic institutions In our gallon hat for the next i'N
milk production. Heavy that ia first world glob was heritage will be choked out of summer reading program, ,J
: ,BRADFORD ('0 o infestations of sucking lice problem. in 1491. It showed' Florida history. Friday, July IS, 10 a.mT' I
s9RIO can cause abortion and should be In the mid-Atlantic be- l library director Dan Smith. t
.. anemia in animals and may Old and n Europe and Africa on I know that you as an editorcan !
milirtf: aTr should be right and India and Asia Smith said "Trek
i \ : have caused abortion appreciate this plea for a planned
N +r- problems In torn herds. they are left. understanding. I hope that to Western World" is set for I ,
"K"reu '
1JI your readers will also agree that day and visitors to the I
Q : library will and hear about
III that the loss of these strong. see
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:. rare BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER "" .'&,I. ......U.o" diversified'opinions Indian cliff dwellings, j i,
'4riow/ '._ Publishers' : represented by the small .geysers, blistering deserts! 1
:' entered as second ,Class Matter at the Post Office at Siarlc-f. "la. under ...... papers and other small and much more. ,
and
; "Pula,I Shed! eJ@h Thursday media will unalterably

.. //U.<0I M.i.ch3. 1879 Sut>>cr'pI'O' "tate on trade area;t7 per year: $4 e.s montns destroy a great element of our "All tired trailblazers will
OutSKIe trade..aria $8 pet year: $4 50*x months: ,. state. The small local media, treated to all the free cold
Starte Fla Th flu clrctimnwlgat>> tile globe In one trip MM not Magadan, who did it in two the voices of the rural and water they., can drink,". said ,
P1uare.16.Yt5:
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ADDITION AS RECORDED IN GIVEN that Harrington which it was assessed are as All of said property being in the

.- granddaughter Juanita PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 67, SEC. Chandler the holder of the follows County of Bradford State of
Griffin to Raymond 22 T6S-R22E. LOCATED ON following certificates has filed Certificate No, 130 Florida.
There will be a musical First Born Church: Tuesday Clay, son GROVE ST. said certificates for( a tax deed to Year of Issuance 1975 Unless such certificate or
t 1'hlllh'lh. |: Service.
I'II rllte!H"-4iliKI; : program instead of a program night 7:45: Prayer St. Petersburg, Fla. Miss 3: JOHN E, CURLES be issued thereon. The certificate Description of Property COM ATSECOROFSWIMOPNEIMN certificates shall be redeemed
NOTU'K:! presented by the >outh. 8 p.m. Friday night 7:45: Tarrying Griffin Is a 1969 of BEGIN AT NORTHEAST numbers and years of according to law the property
The Silver Strand Senior Ml members and interested Service. Sunday School 10:30: Bradford High School.graduate CORNER OF SE 1/4 of NE 1/4, issuance, the description of the 330', W529.',To POB COIMT W described in such certificate or

'ill/win \\ ill III"',- KruLi citizens are invited to attend.Cm'KCHNKUS am. Morning Worship 11:30: wedding will take The run WEST 335 FEET, SOUTH property, and the names in 300-, N 200' E 300', S 200', TO certificates will be sold to the

instil. Jul\I:"i. "-:10 p ni !in I hi1itvriMtimi am. 6 p.m.service Y.P.C.VV.with or Sunday. July 17, in place the 330 FEET TO POINT OF which it was assessed are as POB SEC: 30, Twp-7-S, R-22. highest bidder at the court
I sealer" on Klonii.i : exchange Deliverance Center Sarasota. BEGINNING, IN SEC. 29, follows Name in which assessed Carol house door on the 17th of

Sinvl I Ml Senior, i ,mi/on* weniMloii I'rett'aanan: Prayer Gainesville. Florida. All friends and TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE Certificate No. 112 Nugent ft Paul L, Nugent, Jr. August, 1977.
lo !I", present Yourimicpriilioii Meeting Tuesday 7pm. :\It.Iorlah: : Prayer relatives are invited to attend. 22 EAST IN BRADFORD Year of losuance 1975 All of said property being in the Dated this 23rd Day of June,
1 i is! !nwdiHlDellCluipler \\t-dnehd.i\ 7-110: : p m :Meeting Tuesday night 7:30: COUNTY, STATE OF FLA. Description of Property COM County of. Bradford, State of 1977

I I II till O K,: SI illI r.HT.Mnn\ Service Friday 7:30: pm. Sunday Worship School 9:30: a.m. !Mr. and Mrs. Levi! CITY OF STARKE ZONING AT SE COR OF NW 1/4 OF SE Florida. GILBERT S. BROWNBy
I hold,. its! n' III.II' meeting I'.ilileStucN Sunday School 10 Morning 11 a.m. 3 Hankerson'sson and daughterfrom BOARD 1/4& RUN W 280' FOR A POB, Unless such certificate or Beulah M. Moody
I'ridtt.lulx, 13!: ..111meimihirsILA i 1\11 II' u.rn :Morning pm the United :MethodistWomen Pennsylvania spent last CHAIR: AL CROSBY THEN RUN N 105', W 210 S certificates shall be redeemed Clerk of Circuit Court of
will
.irv I Wit' lo no present Worship Kvcningorship: Pleasant meet. first week with his mother, Mrs. CITY CLERK: MERRILL 106', E 210' TO POB SEC: 32, according to law the property BRADFORD County, Florida.
I VII Ch.ipler is sponsoring itUnuiifl \ 7 M: tGreater I p m sl'condIondav GroEvery: : Ella Mae Tyson. EDWARDS Iwp 6-S, R-22. described in such certificate or 7/144tchg 8/4
and 7:30
Bethlehem night : 1tchg 7/14/ Name in which assessed Olfford certificates will be sold to the
:Silurcl.i July :Ul, H
| Adult Choir
Freesill Baptist t Church: I"m Young Chandler. highest bidder at the courthouse
Iutlh'annexuiEhezenerILgHIst 1 :
|11111 I
I t'hureh.'t'he\ public is! Revival started :Monday night rehearsal. Tuesday. night 7 All of said property being in door on the 17th of August, NOTICE OFAPPLICATION
Junior Choir
Young FOR
invited lo cooperate( Title \\ith Kvangellstillie! t pm LeqaJg! NOTICE the County of Bradford, State of 1977.
rY.i-l. I .nl, the Five Tiiblosir.iiiilloul Hampton in charge through !rehearse. Wednesday night' MICHAEL BRYAN has made Florida Dated this 23rd day of June, TAX DEED
: ", County ranch .111) !h 22 All Choirs of the city 7'::11p/ m. PrayerIl'etmg.: application to the Bradford Unl 8lsuch certificate or 1977. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,

\ \ 'c'I'liII meet :Monda.vinuhl and 1 persons interested! in Thursday night' Bible Study 7 NOTICE County Zoning Board for reclasSIfication certificates shall be redeemed GILBERT S. BROWNBY that M. F. Wiggins the holder of

.: .lul) IK atcs. : 141'1111:11I,11'1II'IIIII'I'h : singing solos or groups of.ingers p i.o\vfeast m Sunday School 10 u m. PUBLIC HEARINGA of the property described according to law the property Beulah M. Moody the following certificates has
There will bei are asked to call !964- ( t 3pm. below] from R1C to( BA described in such certificate or Clerk of Circuit Court of filed said certificates for a tax

l IoIl-IIIt' meeting 7.:1'1:i 1 public is invited to attend SundaSchool 10 a.m. HELD AT THE CITY HALL Northwest of Starke on the rightof highest bidder at the courthouse 7/14 4tchg 8/4 certificate numbers and years of
(liurch of Gal; : Sunday :Morningorship n a.m. STARKE, FLA. MON. AUGUST Hwy 100 in Section 24 door on the 17th of August, issuance the description of the
"R !SALKi. :, All .kind ot SI'hoolll:11IIorning:: : \\orship! l':\'t'nmg 7'30:: p.m. Prayer 1, 1977 AT 5:00: FOR THE Township 6 South, Range 21 1977 NOTICE OFAPPLICATION property, and the names in
,
.. tidier, home, and school up- H-3H:: \ PWp.m'r; 'onl'I Hand :\Il'l'tmgIonday: 7:30: FOLLOWING PURPOSE East to operate an automotive FOR which it was assessed are as
lire tome by The Office p m Thursday' night Prayer PLACING A follows.
MOBILE
is \\elcomi1ire.itfi HOME AT repair GILBERT S. BROWN TAX DEED
garaga.
shop or phone 9A4-576-I for Meeting( 7:3(1: ( Friday night Certificate No. 9
i... <; .Urn\ Chapel THE FOLLOWING This change in classification is By! Beulah M. Moody NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
erl ,,;... hl'ud..lY Itible. Study Sunday 5:30: p m.II.1' LOCATIONS Year of Issuance 1975
\.M.K.: Ihurth : : : subject to a public hearing to be Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- that W.R. Alderman the holderof
night J Pru\er LVisitors ares ALL PERSONS WILL ford County, Florida Description of Property LOT 3
IF YOU NEED BE held on Tuesday, July 26, 1977 the following certificates has
eleomePhiladelphia. OF BLK 8 IN TOWN OF NEW
and Class meeting HEARD AT THIS TIME 7/144tchg 8/4
Meeting : at 7:30: p.m., in the County filed said certificates for
it from the a tax
Printing get
pro. BaptistChurch RIVER SEC 24, Twp 6 S, R-20.
: -
1 GEORGE RANDALL
undaSchool l III( am :
fessionals. Serving Starke for Commission Room in the Brad deed to be issued thereon. The
Morningorship! ll a.m : Sunday School 10 COMM AT THE S.E. CORNEROF ford County Courthouse. At this certificate numbers and of Name in which assessed
98 years
years n Morning: Worship 11 GRAND UNITED ORDER OF
a m.
Bradford Printers 1 'hoir Union ::1 p m LAFAYETTE ST. S. WEST time all persons interested shall issuance, the description of the
964.6305 The State Congress w ill Alternoonorship :5) p m. MORELAND ST AND RUN E.- be heard for or against the proposal NOTICE OFAPPLICATION property, and the names In ODD FELLOWSAll
135 W. Call tart July IH through 2'2:!:! in The Concerned Citizens 353 FT. FOR A P.O.B. THEN as specified in the Zoning FOR which it was assessed are as of said property being in the
'l.uksonville .Advisory Committee of RUNS 500 FT. EAST 60 FEET. Code of Bradford County. TAX DEED follows. Countyof BRADFORD, State)of

Klx-nf/er: : Tuesday night Hradlord County will meet NORTH 500 FEET. WEST 60 A.R. Kiefer, Chairman NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Certificate No. 29 Florida.
RAY'S PLUMBING Uible Class. Wednesday Thursday night 7pm. in the FEET TO. PO.B. EXCEPT Unless such certificate or certificates -
in Bradford County Zoning Board that H.V. Saxon the holder of Year of Issuance 1975
he J4th annual session of the reception room of the CUBS SOUTH 167 FEET LYING shall be redeemed
:! AND Itpd 7/14 the following certificates has Description of Property THAT
nJ ELECTRICAL oil ice. in the Old Jail House. according to law the
.. strict SundaS'hool und BEING IN SEC. 29TS.6 South. filed said certificates for a tax PORTION OF LOT 33 IN property
c i; T l' Congress! start at :Nuliithel Range 22 EAST. 700 deed to be issued thereon. The WOODLAWN WHICH LIES N described in such certificate, or
Starke. Florida : July 1.1-17: All !session :Mr and :Mrs. Eli Gibson of LAFAYETTE ST. NOTICE OFAPPLICATION FOR certificate numbers and years of OF HWY BEING 4-A M/L OCD certificates will be sold to the

dl be combined lor both Starke announce the 2: JOHNNIE H. NICHOLSLOT TAX DEED issuance, the description of the OR 114 Pg 143 3-29-73, 100, highest bidder at the courthouse
| 964.8628 c-hurches All members are engagement and approaching 1 AND N1/2 OF LOT 4, OF NOTICE IS HEREBY property and the names in which SEC: 16, Twp-5-S, R-22. door on the 17th of August

.isked.I to attend marriage of I their BLOCK 2, OF NAT WILLIAMS it was assessed are as follows: Name In which assessed Nealy 1977.
Dated this 7th day of July. 1977
I Certificate No. 78 McConnelAll
GILBERT S. BROWNBy
Year of Issuance 1975 of said property being in the
Beulah M. Moody
Description of LOT 23 County of Bradford State
Iff fact- Property of
Clerk of Circuit Court of
EtaGLE c ..aAn OF BLK 2 IN GAHAGAN SID Florida.
too Bradford County, Florida
4) 111'Sr SEC 21, Twp-6-S, R-22. Unless such certificate or
'
High 6JJ iu sAf1M1r1011A: Name In which assessed Hamp certificates will be sold to the 7/144tchg 8/4

prices fAMILY DISCOUNT STOftCS Wi f1 pm'aNIAuuiux0 CohenAll highest bidder at the courthousedoor

are an of said property being In the on the 17th of August, NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
) County of Bradford, State of 1977 REGISTER
Florida Dated this 21st day of June, FICTITIOUS NAME

Unless\ such certificate or certificates 1977 Pursuant to Section 865.09
3 shall be redeemed GILBERT S. BROWN CLERKBy Florida Statutes, notice is here-

dd"price according to law the property Beulah M. Moody by given that the undersignedWalter
plunge described in certificate or certificates Oerk of Circuit Court of Brad- & Dianne Westcott, KOA

will be sold to the highest ford County Florida Campground P.O. Box 173.

bidder at the court house dooron 7/14/ 4tchg 8/4 Starke, Florida, 32091, doing
the 17th of August, 1977 business under the firm name of

savings of 10 to 3O% Thursday, Friday and SaturdayI 1977.Dated this 23rd day of June, NOTICE OFAPPLICATION FOR Starke Bessent"HAPPY, Rd Bradford,HOE Rt 1, FARMS Box County 441",


TAX DEED Florida, 32091, intends to

-I I I'l' GILBERT S. BROWNBy NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN register said fictitious name
I -----
: Beulah M. Moody. that H.V. Saxon the holder of under the provisions of aforesaid

ounoEeR'1 nt LOOK AT THIS Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad the following certificates has statute.
II fol. TERRIFIC BUY ON ford County, Florida filed said certificates for a tax Walter & Dianne Westcott,
V1a :: : POLYESTER PANTS! 7/14 4tchg 8/4 deed to be issued thereon. The owners.
) : certificate numbers and years of Dated this seventh day of

a o0 5bnl 88 issuance, the description of the July, A,D. 1977 at Starke
O s NOTICE OFAPPLICATION property, and the names in Florida.
BURGESS
{
t'S which it assessed
FOR was are asfollow.
FLASHLIGHT r L ttf Vau'rf expect ta pay up I.i ** .. 7/14 4tpd 7(28
i BATTERIES r VIA I S1 fee ouaUly. Mka. HIM TAX DEED 126
/ Ttwy'r (wmiry 100% potya. .-' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Certificate No.
1 ? .. nI'0 rich aaUdapMfto. S that H.V. Saxon the holder of Year of Issuance 1975 PUBLIC NOTICE
aliaa 2 -ia. the following certificates has Description of Property 1 LOT The School Board of Bradford

filed said certificates for a tax 106' E& W By 521/2 NErSIN County, Starke, Florida will

BA YE11f% deed to be issued thereon. The NW COR OF SE1/4 OF SE1/4 hold a Public Hearing on
HEN'S certificate numbers and years of OF SE 1/4 SEC 19, Twp 7S, Proposed Rule as follows:
SAVE 1.0024GAL. SAVE 1.O6 SAVE 30* SAVE 13% R-22. A. Addition 3110 D.
ROU-UP issuance, the description of the
GARBAGE CAN 24" BARBECUE GRILL BURGESS BATTERIES HOPSACK CASUALS / SPORT property, and the names in Name in which assessed L.G "All monies allocated for textbooks -
r MATS library resources and
4.96 6.88 47c X3.44 other instructional materials and
1.47 *** BRING THIS AD7k**
supplies shall be provided on an
Sturdy .plMttc. with lock ltd A"IU.| '._ grtd. tripod' tog*. Phg of 2 D-cell ballon**, W hblo. lightweight up- .J
used) .10 ps1nt....H.. No bolt,wry to.......bI.. Last up lo 10 titno*longer! poro,crop*sot**. In mon's 7-12 WASJMf equitable basis to all schools.
Federal program funds shall not

M '1 c\E r EXTRA SPECIAL effect funds.this"equitable distributionof

e t
I C -
$ This Public Hearing will be held

t1 P ... *: MONDAY JULY 18 July 18, 1977, at 7 p.m., in the
a School Board Room of the

i1 tfipft5 'ui........ TUESDAY-JULY 198X10 County School Administrative
1 Offices. This is in compliancewith
q4
Florida Statutes, Chapter
I- ... 73-310, as enacted by the 1974

VALUE PLUS SAVE 25% YALUEPLUSI Florida Legislature.
S
l
Thomas L. Casey, Jr.
EAGLE POOL CHLORINE 4-PK. 9 OZ. GLASSES AM/FM POCKET RADIO CONVERSE SNEAKERS w
Superintendent of Schools
}y
1.991.47 f June 28, 1977
Disci: olea8.88 2.88 f
w 1 I 7/7 2tchg 7/14
Eglr'. lop qual" IIquod, Ctoar gins tumbl r. with Tough plullc m 1.1 l uw. / e
t cllloo'.1ft Iwo 1 gol. 1"9'. colorful .brand...m. Imprint. 5i3.1Vi"mi**. Solid.l.. BOVS'/VOUTHS sA yE 1!% SA YE 11%

r 11 VALUCPLUS VALUE PLUSI :;: 3.88 DRES8/BPORTSNIRTB MEN'S WALK SHORTS t Anyone interested NOTICE in mowing

WAS vacant lots and road right.of.
flAIDHOUsel j % PORTABLE MEN'S/WOMEN'S WAS 2 96 3 94
t i I GARDEN BUG 11"CAMP .3es- *4iOswstY ways with tractor and bush-hog-:
I I'' SPRAT 13W OZ. LANTERN M_'. 7-12, womon't 510.boys' Poly.Nrrc.It.nMprMN. w N.4r.n pywl.r.Baa/ M Indicate rate per hour.
,II i. Jor irouthl'' 10-J. MUd tan'.S.M.LJCL. _I.........auw_ 1,4 Send sealed bids to City of
= ""' 1.97 2.99
I. Brooker Town Clerk, Box 127,
.1 DISC PRICE Disc. PRlce y t Brooker, Ra.
Bids will be
opened 7/22/77.
8r ...
r Accepted bidder will be
SAVE 21% f notified within seven ((7)) days
VALUEPLUSI! SAVE13%( r 'IIiO LIVING
and work will begin within seven
IS LBS. DRY CHLORINE YELLOW WATT \ STEERING POWER i y/ 1 t ((7)) days.

DISC, 13 88 BUG LIGHT \I' ,;') FLUID,120L t>r / COLOR Itchg 714John

MICE 670 \. I I11'11oo 77c PORTRAIT
granular l formula kaap* VALUEPLUSf .';
pool wator elaan.__. wASa6 f wAB17a OF YOU YOUR CHILD,
MEN'S VINYL JOGGERS


Nom,, PRICt find 5 88 with rubber .. 4iP :;
lop cap
ao<.,vinyl uppart.7-1X '

e I SAYE 13% sblle"IIUY1-j I 'I lost: AM7(


COLORFUL 77c SOY!' TICS BOYS'WAS 3.66 MOIRONAN' AakCharley


Five.,.. M .eelSAl .R.R led pet .e se/
Uf TO 1.03 VALUE PL Ulf SAVE 23% pet y.l..SAVE $W. S.ML.XL. _As.l..Ie-..-.1I plut 676 h*id I ingenoup t P

f ptcTUMS MAM. AT
TWO POPULAR POOLS 3 SIZES TOTE!BAGS HANGER ASSORTMEN Eo

WAS ur> 3AVf12%' YOUR + 97c PER PERSON
2
.96 68c
I TOXVInHalaWa .ut4 4.88 WOMEN'S WEDGIES CHOICEI *

iM" Vinyl pool of1rt. Vown or tan vinyl, dp Chooio :2 tr_, 3: skirt. 4 WAS 19 6 CHOOSE FROM .VENAL POSESIN "A eareiew tm m
w-,.... pay pool. pock*). '5"-5 M; 1t"..N. draaa or 2 tutt hanaara. yr act can eauseanother -
LIVING COLOR
to lose
Foam cuahtMwd person hie
SAVE 13* .Awl .pia ropaadoa. ,' f al jlL.6L! IIIUe1&linJty..aad
VALUE PLUSISETOP2 SAVE 13% 4c
,, I OCPUVON M 'C mutt In a law suit for
HARD W000 aMAMPOO.SOOT NCWIAtPMNfDEC Y .ear HOURS: 10:30: A.M. To 5:30: P.M. 9100,000 or more. The

BAR STOOLS uoz. ANACtN-f toe usual $10,000 personal

7.98 1.29 1.39secFMCt SEARSCatalog + .ability poUeyta. Can the no(1l.TTey'E 1oozeradequate.

WAS
WASyM l John. Agency Increase

( ;alt my Comprehensive
//i' SAVE 20* SAVE 19% Merchant Store Personal l Liability to

VALUfPLUSVMYLTASLI [ r MAGIC j t SAVE 1 IAVV 11% 1100. 00-. ..ven 1,000,000

: .If' (MA VINO MEN'S STRETCH SOX OWLS' BATHING SUITS TANK ON TUBS TOPS for Jut few doOara morepcemiumr
; ClOTUJTlTVMZf POWDER 218 N. Temple St. Starke), Fla.

o 590 wAS's.aoo 2.44 66r"
1 97 + T.A''e"'I8e
Charley
I ...- ., wASytr OZ.wASJ Luiurlam alratan nyton' In.PH .... ... .-. 'AllJlTlIlUIT SELECT FOR MINOS E.
t .. palk__-
.iw -M.
*1O-11. '
t IT ONE PIlI PERSON UNIT DIll PIS fAMILT JOHNS AGENCY

EAGLE THE CONVENIENT 312 w. Maeisol at. CIGARETTES LNG 100'S 591 PLEASE TELL YOUR FRIENDS
FAMILY DISCOUNT STORESOpa 't4i1 lltlI 131 S. WALNUT/ ST. STARKE

>n daily 9 til H Sunday til 6 964-7513 Plue Tex *** BRING THIS AD ***: PHONE 864-5070"

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I On Use of AirportBradford :I I Iit j



and Clay Countiesare work together for the best In- it ,

In accord on their terest of both counties and I ,

objectives In regard to long am sure this can be done." I ,.

range planning for the The dates of August 9 and 23 I : I
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Keystone Heights Airport it were set for public hearings FOR RENT dozed block BILL'S SAW SHOP .. !
SUZUKI 750: 1171 water e. LOT FOR SALE: Beautiful
was disclosed at a special July on the county's compre-- ir...... .Ideal for .. .. .. FOB SALE mobile homo '
coated low ."..... Phone building, pl. sharpening rvic wooded building lot on Re* /
and .
5 work session on Bradford's' hensive plan. These will be 964-0005 after 6 p.m. ...k. meet any ......... Stork circular hand, carbide, Street In Green Aero -parte auppll OLIN'SMOBILE

comprehensive plan. held in the new courthouse at <..,.|eJl day weekend. 7/14 area. 1250 per..t". Phone' chain, mower blade hollow Paved atreeti. city ........ Highway. 100 HOME Wait SALES Stork.. ... ,
'
Clay County Commission 7:30: p.m. 3tpd 1/28 964-0606._ TFChgHOUSES : ground. and balanced. Leaveat and water eldewalke to pho.) 964-5606. -TF/ChV :; -- 1...: f

Chairman Hank Bruning, The workshop session ------------ Jackson Building Supply, town. 15,500. 964-5663 or ,

Clay County planner Dick followed a special Zoning 1977 SUZUKI TS 250i 6 who 8t...... er Keyeton Helghte. 9644397. 7/14 4tchg" 8/.. BLUEBERRIES: U-PIck 60

Post and Keystone Heights Board meeting at 7:30: ) for the eld.Low mileage) boat oiler. FOR SALE] t TF/C., -- ---------- cent per 'lit. Wo-Pkk 75 % ar : I

Mayor Ralph Barker had no purpose of reclassifying Pia... ((044170 Tern YARD SALE: Saturday. cent p.r Ib. Off E.-I.... .
objections to Bradford'sclassification B..... ltd 7A4 MOBILE HOME MOVING Hnhold Item, knickknack Road. 1200-A]. 13 mUen, CI.trWillt
64 In
approximately acres the BY OWNER I BR, frame also mobile home hurrlcaa .lIIld...' 3 then 1/2 mile T-- IID\LTY )
------------ *, clothing, ..rtlla'SR-26
of southeast ,
airport section of the county ... 473-2702
11. newly reaovated oacherlag and mobile famulo. shell Jewelry. N. weal. Longnecker,
property In Bradford Countyas from OR and R1A to "specialuse largo eluded 1.1. convenient .hem roof ...tI... OHa'a Myrtle St. follow ekjne.Itchg .r 475-1151. Open. 8 .... .. G ..5

'transportation and com for operation of a public [; WAN1tjEXPERIENcEDMAmI { ..tapping. ;...ter.Must eee Mobil B...S........ Phone 714FREE 7:30 p.... Moedey through. : .
r
munications." land fill'1 (garbage dump). HELP te appreciate. 111,000 9644608. Highway 100W., ---- ----- --- Saterda,. U.I.... tXCecelia NEWLOCATIONII I

Bradford Zoning Board The petition filed by the negotiable. Pkene ,".5157. Storhe.. TFchgVACUUM LOVABLE ------------ 205 N. TEMPLE :

Chairman Art Keifer said this Bradford County Commission 1te lung. II PUPPIES orphan, 4 wk. SPEED EQUIPMENT FOR Terwillegar STARKE,, FLORIDA

would not preclude use of the was unanimously approved. 4 .kenrn. ciaO,. No p.... ---- -------till- PAIRS CLEANER aB RE' old, already ..U... 6malesI SALE 10 percent above. \
NEW DOUBLEWUDE -
makes all
femele 964-6078)
airport. by light industry celli.J-Lu Motel.7/7 die It. eelee lot. of .....1.. Starko ) seat Olin'e Mobile Homo i
en Payment Sewing Center after 6 964-5262. 7/14
p.m. Service. Highway 100W.,
related to aviation, but would ------------ S1S7J8 Including laeuraaeo.Cad 215- East Coil Street 2lchg 121AQUA Stark. Phone 9646606. FOR THE DISCERNING... ; : ;.

give the county a chance to CLASSIFIED AD HELP WANTED i ex- Brian '""741. Itchg p...... 964-8312. tpd ---- --------

review each industrial use on perlened Mobile Home 7/14 MARE *ls ,**.. TF/ChK------------ Just minutes from Gainesville and Starke... this r '

its merits as the need arose. RATES driver Olin'a Mobile [ old excellent dlepoeltlon and MOBILE HOME LOT with artfully and meticulously designed waterfront I 't

Barker said that the City of Home. Phone 964-5606. 6- 1"BEDROOM HOUSE en FOR SALE4 ...flr..U... Great show. or well and septic tank. Small home captures a sweeping view of Lake Hampton. :

Keystone. owner of the 16 TF-chg nice lot .In city Unite. Well- game proopect.. n 195.Phone daw payment. Phone 468- The carefree,sunfilled life awaits you In this 3 BR. t: ,

airport, most of which lies in Deadline for Insertion to-well carpet stove A YARD SALES Friday and. 4734489. Itchg 7/14 1551. 6/9 TF/C.. 2 B CH-A horn, boasting a handsome den with fireplace '; ,
Tuesday noon preceding refrlgoreter." Cell 9644212.: ---------- -- I
Bradford County was In- Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 2'''. ---0--------- furnished If desired. I ,: l
-------- PORKER PIGS between
-- Welht
terested in incomeproducinguses Thursday before publi fOR NTOLiN'S ( DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE 710 MacMahon.. .St. Itpd J/J4 80 and 95 lb. Sea at GUNS FOR SALE 22'.. I

that would help maintainthe cation. HOME) Unfarnleked, 2..d., 1231 Butler Rd. Phone 964- 25'a, and 38'. old at ..- Escape the city life to this unspoiled setting..tranquil :: I I

property. "We do not want SUBDIVISION 3 BR. X b.tlt. laundry room TRACTOR FARMALL. Sam CUB toola.Muady' 8375. Itchg 7/14 mer'. Placount. TF/Chg living In the country. 12 productiveacres t ,.

anything these that would Minimum charge$2.00 built-in. oven & range, fully ------------ with large comfortable CB home also attractive
I/a acre Iota, '30..r. Booth, Produce Market.SR UTILITY BUILDIMCS.AUaluminum
(Covers 15 Words)
make a sewage disposal plant water and .._,. faraleked.. ,C' carpeted total electric with. 100 South of Sta......Itpd ADDING MACHINE: imultlpllea prewired, re.eeptabl.e nearly new brick home on one acre. ;
Each word 15
necessary" he added. over For Information phono MarkOlmi. CH/A. 15000. Phone 964S944. 7/14 uaea tape. excellent Ught switches, "

Post said that 10 cents ..... Home Itpd 7/14. condition. Good buyat ."Whatdreams made of".year around
OHne M. are fishing
Clay Countywas ------------ S85. Whose 7824(160( alter Ughta, tongue and groove
just starting on its Service, Highway' 100 Wool, ----------- YARD SALE Friday and floor, delivered and pot np.Financing and swimming on beautiful Kingsley Lake. Yes we t.

comprehensive plan while All classified ads 8t...... 3 BR HOME with 2 bTtne, Saturdays TooU, dishes, 5 p.... TF/chg. available np to 48 do have, listings! ,
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Bradford was much farther Mush be paid for In ad- Phone 964-5606. 1/13 CH/A hardwood. fI..n. mtac. 301 N. turn left by month to pay 60 alia. *. I It

advanced, At the present time vance \unless you havean TF/Chf; landscaped yard. Pken Hammond Dbcount, 6thhooco. COUrtl AND CHAIR SALE Suzuki'Stark. .964-6020 Five year old charming contemporary ranch.brick '

small of established account owner, 964-5667. ft/30 Jtchg Itpd 714TRAMPOLINE S169.95 up Dahmer. 964-6021. 5/12 TF/chg horn.. .insulation In walls and ceilings 3 BR, 2B ,' .
the triangle the TWO BEDROOM 2 bath Dlecount.. 2/3
7/14. ------------ TF/Chj
airport that lies In Clay with The Telegraph. la year round basis .. Crystal LR, DR, K, den CH-A fireplace enclosed garage. f
that event fl extra Lake -- -- : Phone 533- paved drive, sidewalks drapes carpet, stove dish
,AC
County is zoned industrial, but ,fully furnished 90 3 BR HOUSE" FOR SALE Diamond
Z,57.Up.7n.| Froriland
DR. Realty
for billing. Not ,. washer. Low maintenance constructed
Post said this was not In. charge It eand beach, con pica. no noodle for superbly
Kitchen ) complete, ------------ any stereo, over I
compatible with the Bradford responsible for errors pete, (180/meath. Phone remodeled. NX. W........... ENGLISH BULLDOGS 247 different one*, we. It.v. 393 N.T..pl.Ave. all near town. I

classification. when given over the 473-3581. Itchf 714SMALL 718 Laura St..9644211.0/30 White only 4. S50 each, 5 them all. D.b....'. DU- Stork,Fl*.
Historic frame home set 1.75 landscaped
when is ------------ 964-7700 on beautifully
Off.
said phone or copy 4Uhg 7/21. wa* old. Phone 864-5764. count. TFChgWATSON'S
Bruning "We need to .
rot and t4- APARTMENTl acres. Also a brick home on Call & Orange :
typed brought 714PIANO
-- -- Itchg
----- --- HOUSE OF
Phono 964-8420 .after 6 p.m. 5J acre. with 3.BR concrete St. on one acre plus another beautiful lot..with '
the office. ------------ t
Itpd 7143.8EDROOM IN STORAGE VACUUMS many brand block houee, B.'...* some imaginative renovation these could be cosmopolitan -
.. Hood
now vacuum
------ .
BOVSEiTlSOa PERSONALS f Beautiful SplnetCoaeeleetered machine available. Expert. Highway. exciting and elegant. t
Cemetery -- ---
Dyal .
month for couple.Tolbert locally. Reported like' repair. .all make..Part and farm land. I
30
McCoy, 410 W. Andrew. St., ALCOHOLICS now' Reepoaelble party can ........1.. for all vecu..... ecrea----- "Private" world In Green Ac.es..cusfom-bullt I.; ,

Association :AUTOMOBILES \ Starke. Phone. 964-7818. ANONYMOUS euceeeefulliving take balance... oa Writ.low before payment we Built-in central vacuumyatam 5 or 10 acre tract*- 20 ready for you to move Into. Owner in Saudi Arabia. .
404 NW 10th
Itpd 714APARTMENTI for who want to percent down.
people
end truck. Piano,
JopUn
Avenue, CalnervDIe. Phone Investment modern, attractive 8- I
Reports ProgressA ------- ----- STOP drinking and STAY ----- opportunities: i
PLYMOUTH P.O. Box 103 Panama City
VAN 1174V..r.
10 paaaoeger: Mode 1. atopped. Mooting Thursday Fl*. 32401. Itpd 7/14 376-7410. TFFCh1Interviewing Building. lots la city unit apartment house, also restaurant on 301 S. in a "
BR faralikod apartment and Sunday, 8 Phone ----- most profitable location.
pjn. ------
exceDoat condition. Radio, ------ ,
balance on hand of $1,256 with private bath upstairs.so 64434\ er 964-6894. TF YORKSHIRE BOAR 4 BR brick homo ono block .
a/c.Contact E.. S. Sander. : :
was reported at Die last at 964.7144 or 473-3011 alter pete or eMId.... Phone -------- ---- Registered, 11 month eld. Iron aptowa.S.v.ral Acreage- some of it one step beyond the imagina I

meeting of Dyal Cemetery 5 pjn.. Itpd 7/14 964-7344 er 4733031. Itpd APPLIANCE REPAIRS 200. Phon* 782-3635. Itpd .,.InoopMidtnl. luiInmsnun. ---commercialproperties -- tlon. Create your own world of uttersecurlty..S1100 .
7/14
Steve. weh.ra, dryer
Association. 7/14
--- -------- If are in an acre.
you now mobile for eale.We I
---- --- ----- water heater, etc. Phone
Officers of the Associationare 196S OLDSt! A/C good ------------ -
home service If
STORE FOR RENT repair you "'
: T.N. Norman, Rt. 2. Box condition. S500. Phone 96... Very 964-6020. Itpd 714WILL LAND FOR SALE: 2Z .- and one-half of Iu'sh tropical
deou-able b....... location are experienced equippedand nead Unique 2 acres garden
---- ---- ---- ..... I
tll,Starke. chairman; Vernie 5520. Itpd 7/14 across from Koch'a. Dniga.Phone KEEP CHILDREN 5 dry.beautiful $700, high and qualified to move. set-up acreage, with .house. with 2BR, 1 B home with sunporch. garage.. utility ,

P. Odom Box 517. Starke 1978---LTD----- --- 964-6491. Itchg 7/14 month to 4 ,...*. Monday S2.000 Only d.... per Owner ecre. and service new mobile ----- room natural gas $21,900. : I
two door A/C -
If have I
homes a good C.I1.98..77oo
secretary-treasurer; J.R. ---- -"----- Ethel Mae you
PS. PB 19,000 mIles S50O Friday. financed.. Phono 468-1551. Cece// T. '
NICELY FURNISHED reputation We have a deal VarnJeP.OdomReg.ReelEitat Terwillegar
Kelly. Drawer 969 Starke; take Oo.owner. Hankereon, 407 W. Georgia. 7/14 4tchg 8/4 '
Cecil Crawford Rt 1 Box 111 up payment apartment 3 room, utQItleo St., Stark Itpd 7/14 'for you LOCATION !
Phone 4963833. Itpd -- ---------- Broker. j
furnJihed. .
Suitable for on.person. ---- ---- ---- '
Lawtey; Gladys N. Carter Rt. 7/14 ALLIS CHALMERS ModelW. TEMPLE t
Privet entrance. BULLDOZER WORK ... Call collect Ev..98..476 m
-
1. Box 101, Lawtey, James --- -------- Tractor Excellent STARKE FLORIDA I
Inquire at 603 E. Weaning- clearing, road building, sit.preparation. Hoke Williams -----
Wainwright Box 229 Lawtey; MERCURY COUGAR 1972 ton Ave. 7/14 TF/chg Phone Edward condition with dice borrow 912/285-8930 Pearl ADd.......,41.._. OFFICE PHONE 9647776REALTOR !
.
1100. Phone.964.8092, ask ,
_
2-dr hardtop V-8 vinyl tap '
N. Whitehead. Box 1055.Starkemembers 964-7739
Faye ---- --- --- Davlo. Glen St. Mary, 1259. )[ i
for Bob Greene. 7/14
of the radial tl,.., new brake. die COTTAGE ON LAKE 3569. 2tpd HOME PHONE 964-5145 I
& rotore, A/C AM/FM 721LIMEROCK1 Before I
committee. JOHNSON) IIZ5w..k.8wlm..lD. 4/14 tfnchgBRADFORD
who has an stereo radio tape deck. GT end tlohine. Air -------.---- F': RS ,
Everyone package. gold glamour paint, eoDdiUo..... Phen 473-2108 L : RALPH \ .1
interest in Dyal Cemetery is 12200. Ale. Ddgi 6 cyl., 8/23 7/14. SEPTIC Phone 782-31t*after 6 p.m.* You Buy A .BRYAN! : .
invited to attend all meetings A/C P/S." good. 4teng TANK SERVICE 7/14 tfchgiff::' ""* J .
vinyl top. ---- ------- ______ _._- Real :
S1700. Phone realdentlal 'pump-euta, '''0. >_. ___I" Lillian C. Pearson '.j
held in the ,
which are County gap mOeefe
2 BR MOBILE HOME Air rn
of the 964-8905. Itpd 7/14 Fait **rvlca guaranteed.Phone YARD SALE: 112/ mile from Mobile OEORO ROBettTSIKSUMNCE. ; I i iIR6Al10R
Commission room new conditioned is/month. '
116"- 1Z1. 4tpd 7 n Strickland'. Store, Real Estate
--- ----- --- -
courthouse on dates Phone 964-5261 or 9648245.Itchg 7/28 .... Ma, Estate
Snturdey. SR 16, CampBlending. I
FOR SALE 1973 Unlace 714THREE Home aw i.
announced in The MM ittit
Telegraph. ---- ---- ---- 7/14 .
400.Great Saveand Itpd .Norm Ttmpi Ave. .
mileage. I
Any member would be glad gao. ---- -------- LAWN SERVICE STARKE ,
------------ sTitucs.PLOo 211 ?
for 11000. S.. atStandard N..Temple
to discuss the aims and bay !Station, 8R-10O e\ BEDROOM) 1 1/2 reasonable rate*. ALSO 19 FT BOAT: 1973 M..donna.Magictat See 3 BR frame house, CH/A. 3 -

objectives of the associationwith 21, Ktyetene Height. lid.cbg /. both Phone, on 782-3594.Crawford Rood. housework other ..... No trailer 70 bp. fenced corner lot, 15,000 P Office 964-8788 I '
Itpd 7/14
too email. Phono 964-
all Interested persons.At job Chrysler outboard. 15 gal. -----
the formation or the ,.. ---- --- ---- 5452. ItpdHENLEY built.In gee tank, 6 gal. John 2 BR frame who carport enFla. !SR 16 WEST i I
-- -- ------- NICELY FURNISHED air
'
-- --- --- ---- life Power (15.0OO. I
,
portable preaervera, .
Association $207 was on hand. conditioned apartment. 337 24 Arrea 2 building -
:
ELECTRIC paddlee, aochora, ---- I
compass 473
Since then members have 1OST N. Walnut St. Itchg 7/14 COMPANYresidential... depth sounder CB. S2.500. 3775 8.7 ..r.*.*. 100-S at 100. FARMS: over 1,000 'ft. on highway. .

contributed a total of $643 and AND FOUND ----- ------- commercial Induetrlnl.Phone Phone 964-8905. Itpd 7/14 A, reduced. to 13400. 3 BR, LR large family (38.000. Terme.,

burial have been KITCHENETTESntllltle Ralford.TFchg ... roam, fireplace' on 15 )
17 permits 431-1700 ------- ----- -----
issued at$25 each for a total of included! totally w... .r lf'n"' 10 acree feeing SR 230 and acres, with barn.Grahamterma. LAWTEY AREA :

FOUND: Bull yearling came furnished. weekly or monthly -- ------- --- ..................... Wilson Road. 22000. Needs ..... ':-
$425. to7 paetur .. March. .rate Tempi Motel 880 MACHINES BOOTSAt ----- repaire. 1 & ;Acre lota High A. : .
Owner have U Identified SOWING 2" thru 6" Houses !Mobile. .
cna '
N. Temple Starke. Phone nil make. 5'Mere feeing two graded -- Dry or .
repaired -
far ad and paeturo. .7157. 6/30 7/14 frame house Home from 13,900. ,
Mrs. Conner pay 964 3tpd cleaned oiled sad adjuated. Fast re.... 9000. Large 4BR
Phone 9645722. 7/7 2tpd ------------ Carradine'sJUSTIN Rotary LR, family room, on tea Owner financing. :
17.Work guaranteed.J..... ---- _
7/14 UNFURNISHED HOUSE 36.35 acres (56,500 acres, just off SR 16. --- -,
Strickland, Morgan (
corner
Files PapersFor ----------- with 2 BR, .kitchen equipped. Read. and Highway 16. 3/10 WRANGLER Drilling Equlpmenl1STATE --- -- 1,5.t 10 acres,' up. Owner
TWO DOGS Hound breed.Found SlOO/meoth. Secarity LAWTEY 301 North, 3 BR, LR financing. '
.In vicinity of Foreythand d.p..lt required. firm. TF/Chg LICENSED Smell room frame boos.n frame houee,on ten acres' -

Divorce Meag Rd*. S.. between P.... 9645157. Itchg 7/7 Summer sale now. going *.1! ... .......... .> IA acre_-_12000. tractor and equipment IIAP-:; AREA

44 1 ask. for Tony at ----- ------ Beet aelectloa Beat Price --- -- '
p.m 14x70 3 Bedroom Piimpm 40 to 225 Acre from
2!BR Iran home completely' -
.
Michigan Reach. Itpd 7/14 PRIME BUSINESS SPACE Anywhere.CARS.DINE'S ***) 60 acres, largo 2BR. LR, (625/Acr..
Tallahassee news reports -------- --- located oa La........ Blvd. Mobile home Fully furnished, loci new washer frame house, with shade ...
stated Tuesday that Commissioner and Flaming. I. K.'..... LEATHER SHOP New & Used and dryer_-. (13,200.Commercial .: t...... One 2 BR rental --

Ht.. Inquire at Standard. Furnished New bldg. 15000. house, barne, fenced end
of Agriculture WANTED Station er p...... 473-4907. i Sales-Parts-Service ..0..'fenced tractor and THERESSA AREA
\ mile. -----
Doyle Conner's wife the Dry.Wall Construction i South of Lawtey .
equipment.New 1 7 10 to 137 Acres off
Tr.5- 29 33500. up
U.S. 301 aster
on ... ._
former Johnnie (Kitten) E-Z TermsFMumbjnc
VA Financedpayments'136'0 Phon 7823400MOBILE ---- SR 100 from ".IOO/A...
has MOBlLrTHOMk." in country, I block home In 3
Mananna town
of
Bennett WANTED WILL PAY for furnished children welcome Mo. .. Beautiful farm, 51.8 acres owner financing., .
BR, 2 C/HAA:
B. LR
started i divorce ,
proceedings.Mrs.
ride te Js ICaaaat Av.}. Phone 964-6114 er 473-4777.. .. 301. Brick homo with 2
If You Qualify RAIFORD AREA
,
| large garage quit. area
Conner's petition was Monday thru Friday, hour 4/7 TF/chg .1 th-oplace 3 BR 2 Bathe, .
( lot.Several
corner --- --- ----
filed in Leon County Circuit 7:30: .... t* 5 p.m. Phen ----------."- OLIN'S CH eA.. bar, fenced - 20 'Acre*- \Dairy barn, .
Court Wednesday, July 6, SUMMER COTTAGES .. HOME New Installation planted p. tur* 195400. .
964-7760. Itchg It"WANTED" Mobile Home SalesHwy commercial lots on well\ & pump, 30000. :
stating that the 24-year-old IUD,.,., Lake. by w..... 301. ._----
4 BR.Z Wide
PARK Batb.Ponbl ...
"V A/C Call S332366 after 6 t -
marriage was "irritrievably Void r* 100 West Stark Remodeling Mobil House W/ChAA; 3 BR Furnished. Home on ,

broken." a standard term frlgeretore wahr. aadetqve p.m. 5/26 TF/chg ..a.I.U -- I laatde City Limit 1.7..... w/compbte hookp 9 acree. paeturo land paved road$15,000., :
------ ------ reasonably priced Jut off I .
In good eoedltlo Walk to Bradford Square .
used in divorce proceedingsunder
Repairsjpurpancjii '. for 2nd MH 15.000. SR IS. N.W. of town KEYSTOEARE4:
Dakmor'e Dleceut _
Florida's new no-fault Phone Or Count. own ---- '
- -
9647923. TF/Chg_ 7 1/2 acre, email home, 9 Very nice large tram Silver' Sands Lakefront; I

law.Mrs.! Conner asked for FILL DIRT '(30 Per Month asSes West; just off SR houa.on corner lot la town Stir rnrnlBhed Houae _

temporary and permanentchild AU city C..v....... 125. (13.000.. 3 BR 2 baths. C/HAA, $28,000.

for two of their MO cYcLES Fir,PoMce Protection, PUMPS SUPPLY ASSOCIATES .large garage. !

three support children as well as alimony Top SoilBACK City Gae,Water and Lola. Zlpperer. 964-7154 or7824J97. - I Acre lot. lIou... or
SewerJoLuMottl 15-20 acre tracte high. landoa Mobil. Ho.... Owner l
and title to their Tallahassee SUZUKI OF STARKE *" "l''irl, COMPANY L till .P.arsen paved road Grahamarea. financing from ..i,500.Waterfront (

home. authorised Seaakldealer. HAUUNG AGAIN REALTOR Terme. '
Conner. 48. and his wife year Phone. 9644020.164* I, 9848810re II 664 N. Temple Ave. - : Swim and

were married on July 28, 1953 Sooth Weleet |1301 coach .. Call 468-1873 Starke Lawty,Florid 1-3-6 acre ......It.. 2 Ski on thin. beautiful clearwater j

while he was a member of the Stark*.! TF/Chg 782-3808 mile N.W. ol Stark lake. 100' on I ,
State House of Representatives STEPHEN Mobile Home 964-7061 -- water Only 3 Iota left at '"
SMITHSTAR
Very nie. doablo wid.. $lZ,500onerftnnnbig.MISCELLANEOUS .
where he served as Service Poles. I '"
crooned added CH-
porch --- --
Speaker. HEtPWANTEDSTOREMAN"GE8 ROUTE HAMPTON. FLA. A, en one acre lot with I "'.
100 AMP FAULKNERE
"" plenty of trece.Cornerslal .
TRAINEE Dollar Star ..\\\. .... s.,, m ----- Wt.........:'S BR, largo 1

far Top saLE property .la DR. carport, two ...reh...
WANTED AMP
StarkeEiperleaeed _20O
HELP I. A
., Now Hew fOR La tome, over 15.000 equarefoot. aabeeto tiding, good .
----- 'j"
40 To I In retailer 108" Eieeueat buys conditionearner'. lot.
Over tALIJff; L ,
Lady -. 26900. ; ,'
I WTIIKBATt4wS11S7 .
releted fielda.Will batik
.... .tH V.W rirr 1. lb. tI'O 125 S.*st.r St. 3 BR 2 CB hem* with --_'_-*' 1 .11ti \
Breakfast train NAILS
Cook
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.r enthuelaetl. ...... Crfttal Ltkt Ntmttilit. KIM*>It Stark.Florida T nice.largo .FR m lew Very t Acre A 3BR CB House "
$ BhMtnt t.ll.We
9644065 eft Brownlee Rood 24400. .
7 Hour Dally. 5 Dy y I t tGra.
C.. ..,....flta t r WaHnto -. 20-cr -
W..k Apply In P.* on St. Rd. 'IS Paved Road Two tract very
A iI9LONGCIIAMP .. I
-- II I 31 corn Will ----- Loop 3 BR frame ;
-
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2 BR IB tram ...... hi reasonable jnet off SR 16 ......
a PM. en Beautiful Acre lot
Anytlm. Alter Apply *t store, tt-2 Vim. |f.... paved road.
155 WCaIISt. Veterans No Money Down t.ws.S.p.rat.. 1BR apartment $i4,500.It.strlcse.d. i
Dairy Queen 1VPag RDELuXE rented .... E.- ----- ----- I
3 BR block hence, Bedford
..... .
ceaditioa.Dnplem
.t
r Home andBailtiYngMaterial L...... balding lots
E.IOpr..rt..t
Temple FHA As-Low As ,150 Down ----- MOT Country Club Not
N. - -
1491 1/2 .:.
.. elf' TUH apartment en 3 BR, I bath CB hem many loft :*wnrfmeacag.
J -WEBUILD-: 1.141. .. .. **r..Each unit.pr..S5O .\.
7/14 with FR. ale
Starke Itpd Beautiful Lot 100x185On very ,
& &I..T.. 'IS" IIt- -----
"Your Plans OrOurtYourLotOrOuryf ..1..Ia, ....1. 'In town. ,
----- II.... A 30 Acre*.- off ,

2 RoadsLake Privileges Large RUerbeat Style !SR 100 South,just ..,."d
aTILm'lltS ......, LR DR. 4 BR GEORGE ROBERTS JR. J;
Yi I.*? FREE ESTIMATES R. .Real Eetate .It, Flue staid timber ;,
W > 1I..k.rP.
....... ." Remodeling Repair* tilt ,.111.,.,' I I.SISIIeIICINI9 Ie ZIathe. ..., aleeplag ....*964-7826 (50,000.WEHAVEOTHER9. ti t I
BR arenad Ia..... .
3 -1 V Bath Sun Deck p.r.he ---- '
Dtlwf.Evecy ,
Merchant., '
Ther. A Below WhoUsal-" AdditionalHomes 1IO'PLUMEINS 195a2 let with ......tlfa1.ak.

Bought-, .. ....... .lar.... OPEN Saturday A.M. \
ICTIOII$ Move In Right Away 0..., troaaferred. Price EVENINGS I

: F.eturlng Gen..1 Sold Traded SUPPLIES rodnceell, BRASINGTONCadJDac _- _...;__.._..4._ : 1

Mon At 11 ;30 A.M ,", ---'-- OUoBOvilB Ralph Bryan,Realtor 9646208 I
For !to .. Paul HFau.or'Thalt. Safe*Service V.' "
Description .. .: 1k-: ACREAGE FOR ;
Of Every '
chandi.. e.II.471IIUOr : SALE FORMICA II" .. Pint Selection OfUltdCariTotcrnO Art Patrafv AatodalaOffle .
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r
.. - Manoinr 413-2039 '
All Bu$ine8.M 96443853 A......... "

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r Dcloret Meng HAMPTON i AREA. ;NEWS Mr.and Mrs.Malcolm Dunn l.* Goad Cara JSraafc BuyaTirhnrxva ''ll;"
By
A; Phone 4S8-1SIS Club Josephine's sister''i, Mrs. program.Wallace. Collins, and Steven Hampton Lake I IlIamptoR411 the and family 4th of from July Ocala weekend spent ; ; JlOTO 1:*
Mrs. Frank Clark reports
Catherine Quill 4nd her and
Schedules Members of the Hampton Earnest visited David camping boating skiing I.

"I Richard Hampton Mathburn.Baptist Pastor days H Club of who camping returned at Cherry from 5 enroute O'Donnell companion,from who, Mrs stopped West Palm Mary there Earnest In Venice and Florida.family'last.week that Cancer collections a Drive late for over donation the$180 American for put the lake visiting lot..with It is friends always at good their to = Eli t ffi (o! ID SALES I 1

Sunday School10 Lake on July 8 were: Darla Michael and Susan see them again!
I Sunday: Gilley of .
lake .
Beach to their hom$ in New area. Congratulations L
Mr. and Mrs.
Roberts, Gene Eugene Meng
I a.m.a.m.;; Worship Shepherd's Service Class -- 11 3 Joyner and Deborah, Mary Anne Miller and York City. They all Nombrede enjoyed Wicksburg Wallace, Collins Alabama family visitedthe fora Shortstop Kenny Clark position''Is on playing the All attended a bridal shower on I.J: 72 CADILLAC 73 PONTIAC !II t
the Mission
Bible 6:30 .m. David Stone. Besides plenty of visiting few days July 10 for Mr. and Mrs. JoeyWhite t tIII
Study ;
I p.m.; : p Dios,the Fountain of Youth recently. Star Softball Team. Their AlTP/S r
of Jacksonville. Q
the LOADED
Worship Service 7:30: p.m. swimming they enjoyed On July 10 Mr. and Mrs.
Beach. team enjoyed a Bar-B-Que I
and the
driving along Mr.and Mrs. Francis MengJohn
Teacher and arts and crafts program Wallace Collins
Wednesday: The of Lions is of and son, given by the coaches recently. returnedhome
Bridge 1.
and Chris,
Officer Meeting 7 p.m.; especially tie dyeing, the special interest to them since Steven Earnest, travelled to Gerald and Tommy Meng, after two weeks visiting $2595 $1250j .
excellent ;
7:30 safety program was Tallahassee where
: p.m. met ,
they Griffis
Bill assisted in building( that James and Cindy relatives and friends in Toledo
\ Thursday Sisters where campers were tuaght and Mrs.'
Shirley Mr.
: Billy Roundtreeand Joyce Meng, Randy Pass, ;
bridge many years ago. and Huron, Ohio. They
Churchwide handling of guns as Keith,
Club 9 a.m.; proper son from Panama five
Wadsworth has Scott Salazar enjoyed a 1973"
Visitation 7:15: p.m.; Teen well as a unit on electricity. Jerry City, who will be 'Steven's the enjoyed taking the ferry to 0: 1971 FORD .
returned home after:spendinga day canoe trip on and the' '
also found the study of Put-In-Bay visiting
Visitation 7:15: p.m.; They roommate when he attends Withlacooch.ee River with
his :
week ctdExtraClean
with great
snakes Interestingand Toledo Zoo while there. Chris a OLDS DELTA 88
poisonous Mississippi College beginning
other friends recently. They
Mrs. Catherine
grandmother and John Several CB
Friday: Teen Activity -6:30: enjoyed learning about Jacksonville. August 18. Keith was Captainof saw snakes, lovely birds acquired
Wadsworth in
Putt-putt golf. various plants which grow in his football team, so he and and.the Buddies along the way! All '
fox
p.m. lie especially cooling alligators squirrels be back home X1250 X2395I ;
to
enjoyed were glad
Bus Visitation- Florida. Steven feel have
Saturday: off at the beach. !, they much In beauties of nature. They
a.m. Work day for all men-9 Lori Stone left for ShrinersChildren's common and enjoy similar and and enjoy the cool nights.
; I students ate the fish they caught
Among Hampton : Toledo stays quite hot all AU "
Hospital at and 1974 CHEV.
backgrounds ambitions. ,enjoyed the springs and shoals
in the I Summer
participating
a.m.Vacation Bible School: Greenville,S.C. on July 11 for Cassie Riddick is a memberof night,
and did lots of swimming.Gerald's CAMARO s ;
Band Program being flew to Miami 72 CHEVELlE ,
August 8 through August 12 further observation and ; the First Baptist Blues Scott's Beverly Meng '
and dogs f
treatment. She was conducted at Bradford High last week where she visited 'E' 6 Cyl. PIS 3 Speed
Softball
the Shriner'smobIle School are: Brian Clark, Team which will playoff were also good travelers and the family of Tim On The Floor II '
Church transported by
Hampton Christian a three way tie for first
the D.
on trip.
Granetta campers
Jimmy Joyner returned
Sunday Rev.: Sunday James Shaw School 10 accompanied van by her and mother was, Ramsey Wadsworth.MichaelWoodfin, Darla Roberts and place Pratt Street in competition ball field at next the Jacksonville The John Adams enjoyed family a family of home McLaughlin.on Friday She with Tim who :I: !19 95 $600
11 Mrs. D.B. Stone. We hopeLori's Jerry ( spent the weekend with the ...
a.m.; Morning Worship condition is much is in char e of this Monday night. reunion at their lake home on Paul Meng family o H .
a.m. July 10. ...
_.
If Bookmobile Improved. --------------- !
---- ------------------
Hampton Post Office Each Edward Saxon is making ----- i ,o c This Week ::

Tuesday 2:30: with from good 12:30: reading p m. to satisfactory following several progress months of MIKE MITCHELL i We're On Vacation And, 0 '

material for all ages free of treatment. His son, Timmy, is '" a Specials
charge. also doing well even though VAR HEYL LINCOLN MERCURI INC i 'iJl1I3'(
both arms are in casts as a I m
Lunch ProgramThe result of falling from a tree 2201 N. Main St. Gainesville!
D 0 J0UI] d pEJD
CUBB Agency sponsors house with Jerry Wadsworth :KEYSTONE..HEIGHTS ii'
free lunches at Hampton few weeks ago.He has learnedto 372.4251, ... 1 .101I .1 372.4251 1 .
Elementary School on take care of himself and ,i ''fill I r"'O! i Is CLOSED -
weekdays from. 11:30: a.m. even eat quite well his mother -_--- du 413-4470 & ,473.4078 :
until noon for ages 3 through reports.Mr. I I Thru 1 July 16 ,
18.Mrs. Margaret Wadsworth and Mrs. Wilfrid "More Cars For More People I We Will Reopen On Monday, Good cars Dr.at
*' Buy
H is on hand daily to serve these Fontaine and Mrs Evelyn July .18 *
lunches Vaughan made a business tripto I Than Anyone Else" TI.i a as
9 I ,. A.,. ,. A.. I
Wiley Sweat school Clearwater on July 7 -. --------+------------------- - ------ -- -
::1 custodian, is working hard enjoying the lovely scenery t I.'
beautifying the Hampton and dining at the Red Lobster I
Elementary School grounds there:
these days. He will also be On July 11, Mr. and Mrs. f- t
spending the summer gettingthe Fontaine travelled to St.
school interior in spic and Augustine where they met V-

span session condition August for 29.the opening &: i iltt



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