Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 21, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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.99th Year STARKE. FLORIDA 15 Cents '' :I
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I Firefighter from five area departments assisted in keeping fire from spreading to nearby ,. I ,
t II Strickland's Landing and MIter buildings. ..t .,

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W '' The City of Starke is ready to move in an effort to solve its

power problems, but wants to be sure it goes in the right dlrecden. -

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.. This is the message received by a group of big power users,
+ S ... ., who faced with electric bills running as high as $7,624 (at '
; Holiday Inn! ) for the sweltering June billing period, sought some '. ., x
,: : ,. answers at Tuesday night's,Council meeting.. 1 i
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But .to the question "When At least two members of the
4 Will we get some relief?" Council, Mayor Charles ,
4i there was no definite commit Schaefer and CommissionerJoe 1 ,. ,
i ment from the City... only the Warren said the city could I!
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,,' ., assurance that immediate purchase power from Florida
i '''C't'' ', steps will be taken to obtain Power &Light cheaper than it
'; expert advice on which direc could produce it, but Schaefer '

'," tion' to go >- whether to added that Starke must ,
'" ,- generate or buy the needed continue to operate !its plantfor ./, !
i a'd T ,,,, ',aii power and where to adjustthe a portion of its needs is"i

i ,,.''tJ: : ,' ,j,,: r rd < .. (I present rate schedules. according to stipulations in ,.
,' which managers 'of some the bond issue.

d ,'If large businesses say are Warren said the City should' ,
oppressive threatening
"buy all at 2.8 M.
we can get t"r
continued .
their operation.But "
'cents the price currently

the big users were not being paid to Florida Power & ,?
promised they would receive a Light for power "dumped" at "
lower rate, even after the the new substation, and does ..' c ,Ir
not Include the cost of distribution j
study is completed.' \ if r ;:
... over the City's power '
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day cheap lines.. .
electricity is over," Mayor .
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I' Black smoke billow over Kingsley Lake. as flames consume New Kingsley Lake pavlUon In Charles Schaefer said, "Starke is In the wrong BOWEN j I
$250,000 fire stressing the importance of business, trying to produce QU1L1f'IES. 1
conserving power to help power," Warren said. "There Starke Police Chief Jimmy Bowen, left presents a check for f i
lower billings. Is no way we can generate $605 to City Clerk Merrill Edwards, in order to qualify for the \ I
Fire power as cheap as we can buy upcoming city election. Edwards, whose position will also be up t ,
$25OOOO Destroys City Clerk Merrill Edwards IL" for grabs come September, has yet.to qualify. t! }
held out some hope for a
ychange next January Warren presented a "cost \

Beach :Pavilion: .' '" announcing! that the group ofFioiida' which analysis he of"said buying'covereda'.power" ThreeQualif' : "" : j t
Kingsley : municipalities, y :
including Starke, had won a period of July 1. 1976 to June ,,. : I "
'suit against Florida Trans 30,1977 and showed the city's
J Volunteer firemen from five dance halls, a gar.ie room anda Camp! Blending. Bradley said open. The manager said the mission Company: which cost of producing power For Election/: !
feet he was unsure of how building and contents were this City
departments were credited pool room was 320 long many should result In more gas during period was S.8 :;
with saving the surrounding by 60 feet wide.Manager gallons of water were pumped valued at around $250,000 and being available for operating. cents per KWH. .
Bill the Cram building and were insured for about half
of the area on
and from the the plant next at a
trees year
' Sunday buildings afternoon fire that Helsabeck. said at the time of surrounding area, but two that amount. The only ilemstruckspumpedwatertromthe possible saving on the more told Warren the said substation he had been tie- Qualifying for Starke's up. Vernon Silcox, currently L t..
completely destroyed the the blaze there were 40 to 50 saved from the building expensive diesel fuel now'' present coming election in September holding spot four on the city /i
in with FPL could
recreation pavilion valued at people In the building, but he lake. according to Helsabeck was a being used almost exclusive be up is scheduled to end thisTuesdavJulv28.butasotyet council is seeking reelection i I
was able to sound the alarm Camp Standing forester, sateweighingoveralonandaW.W graded at a cost of $40ooo to handing in his qualifying '
$2.riO,000 at Lake ly. "But this benefit could be ,
Kingsley and get everyone out of the Hood, said by the time juke box that were p'ulledthe lost if the government supply all the power that the oily three candidates have check July 18. i
F.W. Strickland, owner of building without any injuries. units from the National from the burning building. removes controls from City would need under its peak acknowledged their intent to I

Strickland's landing just southof Guard camp arrived the fire Money from the machineswas natural gas," he said. substation load. The initial cost of the run. ,The third qualifier, Joe I "t'"t'I
the blaze, said he was one of Head of the Kingsley Lake totally) out of control and melted together from the heat was $50,000. Warren now holding spot two ,

a few who called in the alarm fire department, John Brad they worked to protect the and salvage operations were Bill Roberts, manager of "I believe that the City Is' Jimmy Bowen, current on the city council, handed in : 1
about 5:30: p.m. and the fire- ley said after his unit receivedthe adjacent area. going on Tuesday to sort out Starke Holiday Inn, was obligated to provide to Police Chief, is seeking his his $120 check Tuesday/July ,
men worked to save the call they arrived only a Deputy State Fire Marshal money from trash. spokesman for a group of four the commercial user power as wellas third term in office. Bowen 19. .
surrounding area from few minutes later but the fire John D. Turley, Jr. determined Kingsley Lake firemen re or five big power users, the residential under was the first candidate to
damage or the loss could have had already breached the Monday the fire was mained on the scene until 1 including: Piggly Wiggly, T.G. the cheapest means user avail Qualify, handing his check to Bowen, who has had
been much higher. walls. Bradley said in additionto accidental and was caused by a.m. Monday morningan & Y., McDonald's, and able," Warren's said. City Clerk Merrill Edwards opposition in his previous c'
The frame building owned the two trucks from electrical short. releasing the other depart- Cadillac Uniforms. He said the first day of qualification> elections, is standing alone in i
by Buster Paul of Jacksonville Kingsley,there were two from Helsabeck said although ments to return to their own the Inn's'electric bill had Jim Clark, manager of July 12.Business. this race that cost him $605.20
for 24 years is thought to have the Middleburg Volunteers cleanup was going on In preareas.. almost doubled, going from Cadillac Uniforms in Starke, 01* S percent of his $12,105 a
been 30 to 50 years old In some two from Bradford County, paration for building a new The only reported injury $3.643 for 105,000 kilowatts said the company needed to ; ..Men'sFellowship year salary to enter.ISiicox' ,
portions. The building one unit from Penney Farms recreation hall, the beach and was a minor laceration to one used during the June billing expand, but is now looking at ;j jor
containing a restaurant two and three units from adjacent camping facilities are still of the volunteer firemen. period of 1978, to $7.624 for other areas for expansion because ; ; qualifying fee is $120 ,
116,000 kw's used duringthe of Starke's high power To Meet July 23A five percent of a council-
same period this year. rates. He said this expansion man's2,400 a year salary. '

Tax Assessment Petitions Both figures included the 43 would have meant a minimum No one has qualified for the I
: percent surcharge.The' increase 40 jobs for the local: dinner meeting of the city clerk position, which

raised rates last plant.;, Starke Chapter of the Full Edwards has held for the past

Due 22 Alvarez SaysOnly January City on big power users, F.M. Settles, manager of Gospel Business International Men'sFellowship will 18,years. To qualify, Edwards

July saying the 2.5 cents per kw the Starke T.G.&Y. store said be held Saturday July 23, 8 must pay five perceflt of. his
then being charged in the that in addition to high rates, p.m. at the Garden $15,017 !Salary or.$750.

higher brackets "is what's businesses were subjected to Restaurant. The public is For those' who have''' not

u : two days remain for Bradford County's preliminary Figures in the preliminarytax killing us." other high costs due to power invited. registered for the Tuesday
1977 tax roll totals rolls may vary up or down, surges low voltage, brown Sept. 13 election, the books ;
to that
property owners pick up Edwards reported Featured speaker will be i..
found outs, and blackouts that '
approximately $137 million, as errors are or adjust- close for voter registration
and file a petition to in Patrick of ;
'' appear negotiations are now progress Rev. Riley, pastor
TlwradayJuly31 $6 million over 1978 which ments are made In assess placed a strain on expensive 29 at 5 Registration ,
before the Bradford up July p.m.
County with John O. Kelly, the Melrose Church of God,
could slight revenue ments the Board of Adjust equipment. "I counted 37 held in the I
Board of Tax Adjustment if mean a by former utilities manager for who traded his motorcycleand is being County
Bradford in minule
they want to protest tax increase for local govern- ment. the City of Gainesville, to pulsations" one 30- beer-tab vest for a bible Courthouse, and, according to I .'
Hospital Board period, he said, "and we
ments, some $66,000 at Supervisor of Elections, Neva IJ.
assessments, property in .
serve an advisory capacityand five ago.Reservations
_7p.m. appraiser Jimmy Alvarez. currents millage rates. Millages, which will be make recommendationsto were shutdown by power years Flynn, 2,397 people have j
certified to taxing authoritiesby least interruptions for 30-minutes are necessary registered( to vote thus far;
the City for at a partial
commission the on three afternoons in one and be .
The county by for dinner may made
Saturday,July 2J4H The deadline to file an stands to receive an increaseIn aredsllghtiyrhlghrer solution of its problems. A month." Settles said it cost by calling Don Wilson in '
joint meeting of the Council If have not voted in an
application with the clerk of from to you
of $30,000 at levies be- $1,200$1,500 replace Waldo Bill
revenue some than 1978 millage 468-2066. or
Car With and the City Bond Trustees election in the past two ,
the court is Friday, July 22, to of 4.766 compressors damaged by the years
the 1978 millage rate cause the Department of Atwater in Keystone Heights
be held with need As of
ta.m.-! will Kelly sometime to re-register.
p.m. before the board In the you
appear and the school board Revenue form used interruptions.Clark
mills 473-2616, by noon Saturday
requiresthat ,
Hurst Shell Station courthouse July 26. So far only in August, Edwards said. Jan. I, 1978, though, this two
will net about $36,000 more in millage be figured on 95 July 23.Persons.
the owner of a small parcel on He added that Kelly had al said it cost Cadillac year time period will increase
US-301 has picked up an tax: revenue on the 1978 percent of the actual assess said he thought the City $1,200 in lost production time unable to attend the ,ill four years, so you need only
Tuesday,July M millago levy of 8.33 mills ment to allow for errors. shod f for minute shutdown. four
application from the stay In the generating every dinner portion of the meetingare vote in one election every
appraisers office and is bringing the amount of Millage actually will be leviedon business for at least a portionof invited to attend the years to keep your registration !
Stark Election property tax the school board! taxpayers on 100 percent of> (See Page 10) "
its needs. minis portion at 7 to date. r
power | try p.m. up
Qualifying Ends scheduled to appear at 10 a.m. collects up to_about 850000. the taxable. value, however. rI
before the board, said I

10a.m.Adjustment Court Board home Alvarez.Notices of value were School Board Deadlocks Fall Bus Schedules w I m mgigantic '

mailed July 1 on some 1,700
Brooker Council parcels of land on which the {

7t30 p.m.Hampton value has been changed. No A proposed move to have all Casey said with the defeat of The plan would cut 180 miles since they would be operatingwith improvement in the Bids on food, milk, bread, t

Council notices of value were mailed the schools in the county open the recommendation the perday from the rout system only two spares at the. school system. __ pest control, paper products I
,to property owners if the value and close at the same time school system is now without a and shorten the longest route beginning of the year. Three chemical bids and small
7:30 p.m. I did not change from 1978. and to cut 180 miles per day off bus routing system to start the by an hour. per day, 30 new buses on order are not The board accepted 3-1 the wres for food services were '
Bradford the bus routes ended in a 2.2 school year.The board did not minutes each in the morningand expected until November. low bid of $8,733 for three referred to the county staff to ,

Board County There has been no general tie Monday, 'July 18, during move to reapprove the afternoon, said the super Director 'of banks of seating for the evaluate and report back on
Zoning Operations.Lennard ,
7i30p.m.Wednesday reevaluation of county the regular monthly school existing system, intendent. Register, said 30 middle school gym the lowest or best bid at.the I
said Alvarez. Parmenter, the lone next meeting.
in 1977, board .
property meeting. "
of the 197677routes buses would be "idea!. and it
The proposed dissenter,said he was opposedto
value transporta
Increases In property from Deadlocked In the 2-2 split tion routes called for each had students arriving' would be "touch and go" spending that much in one hi other action:
mainly new
July_27 comes construction, he added. were J.T. Parrlsh and Pat school in the county to begin at at the high school at 8 and 9a.m. especially during football school after moving the I-The board received
Spengler for the, proposal and leaving at 2 and 3 season.Register added he was I
8:30a.m.: and end at 2:30: p m. seventh grade to the outlying information about the possibility tI
made superintendent Tom for'7
Puppet Show The Board of Adjustment is by with the earliest of riders p.m. Starke Elementary "all < the proposed schools and not providing the I at the school system a
with the sanction of the
Library, 10a.m. composed of three county Casey of the schools.Saying getting to the campus at 7S3: students began arriving at transportation routes from a"standpdntotcurriculumand tame facilities or equal entering Into a specific: agreement .
commissioners and two school principals a.m. and the latest leaving at 3 8:30: a.m. for 9 a.m. classes. facilities for those students. with the Bradford
C-.01: board members.This year the he was opposed be Bus loading began at 2:50: p.m. discipline, although he knewit Gaskins said he agreed with County Health Department to
cause the plan was and continued until 3:45: p.m. was not going to be the and the board would health for school
board wiU consist of county p.m.The point render care
and "
the (!Community commission chairman George would"impractical lead,to impossible overloaded 23 buses would each Answering questions from "Utopia. keep In mind"giving the other .student*and personnel. Casey .
&tafr Sank Roberts, and commissioners buses" was chairman Arthur make two trips but would Gaskins and Parmenter, Casey said be ..d-tbe i students down the road something said they would be talking in I
George Shuford and Maxie Gaskins. Vernon Parmenter basically serve Me school Casey' said he would be the support of all the principal! lethe else." Panrtoh said for UIe112oo0nlgenoppaedtoa ;
'mwn Up Carter. Representing the voted with Gaskins. The fifth rather than travel to other first to admit the system school system and UM plan the other schools the board ,yearly "street cost" tI I ,
A"-r.sNSesMpNrM M school board are Vernon member of the board Art school centers to''! pick up would be tight If there were would offer the "best education could provide "relief !In other .... "" g.111" _.' I
CMF and J.T. students breakdowns with the buses program and make a Iron. "
DAMN IMMMN Parmenter ParrUh. Holliday was absent.. said uey. ".",A J '

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:1 j '.. To Wed Oct. 8 Lisa Coleman tfceial SPule !

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f l\l,1:\ \ iftooker:;r..And Mr, announce.Cecil Melvin. the of Rehearsal DinnerMr.

::1 engagement and approaching and Mrs. Joe Sapp, Sr. {' SocUty .Jitp, 964-7608
), ,marriage of their daughter.. entertained at a rehearsal
I Ctariene Faye to Brian Terry dinner July 14, given in honor
I '. Thomas* ion of Mrs. Seteeta of: their son, Joe Sapp, Jr. and
.' Thomas and the late O.L. i fiancee, Lisa Coleman'at the Bobbie Lea Rivers and Thomas Parker
Thomas of Starke. Morgan Road Baptist Church I

) .. The wedding will take place 1 IL SCharlene Fellowship Hall. Wed July 2 At Evergreen Baptist Church
The T-shaped tables were
October 8 at 7:30: p.m. at the ,
:'J .' Brooker Baptist Church., covered with red cloths. The
Miss Melvin and Mr. I ,head table was centered with Miss Bobbie Lea Rivers,
Thomas are both graduates of y an arrangement of straw. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
\ Wallace Rivers of Raiford and
',' Bradford High School. Miss berry plants, red tapers in
Thomas Harold Parker,son of
silver candle holder were
Melvin is employed at
Mr. and Mrs. G.R Parker of
Melvin with strawberry
; Southern Bell. Mr. Thomas Is interspersed
at Santa Fe Junior Terry ThomasDUPLICATE plants. The other tables were Gainesville were united In
employed identical to the head table. marriage July 2 at 2 p.m. at N

All friends and relatives are Place cards of miniature Evergreen Baptist Church in, k
BRIDGE Raiford with Rev. Leonard T.
strawberries marked the
Invited to attend.
CLUB RESULTSEva Melton performing the _
seating arrangementThe V A
honored couple pre nuptials.
EASTERNSTARSUPPER Mathewson and Jeff sented gifts to the wedding! pr' Highlighting the altar were 3
Wrenshall were the winning arrangements of giant white
JULY 23 party. '
couple at Duplicate Bridge The hostesses for the mums, daisies and baby's /. d e
Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. occasion were Mrs. Jack breath against a background
I Starke Chapter, No. 224 Jim Womack were'second and Griffis, Mrs. Gary Coleman of palms, greenery and brass
.J 1 Order of the Eastern supper Rhea Johnson and Lora and Mrs. Charles Schmitt candle holders with burning
Ii have a covered! dish Francis were third. white tapers. !
Saturday,July 23, at 7 p.m. in Calvin Kirkland,. pianist,
the Masonic Han. LEILA'sSummer and Mrs. Glen Jordan soloist
All Masons and their Clearance Lisa Coleman sister of the groom, presentejaprogram ? t.
families are invited to attend. 113to1.20HI : of nuptial music.
Shower HonoreeMiss
Mrs. Cathy Welch attendedher
1 sister as matron of honor.
Lisa Coleman, whose +
y She wore a green knit lace
marriage to Joe Sapp,Jr. was ; .
: and carried of
I gown a bouquet
JIY' _
'iJW DOa4tJ4 J (] ( an event of July 15, was yellow daisies. .
honored at a bridal shower Miss Jackie Bea Rivers
"STARKE'S OWN BAKERY" July 12 at the home of Mrs. attended her sister as maid of

138 East i: Call ''Starke '964-6890 Mike O'Steen. honor. She wore a yellow knit
The cake table was centered
lace and carried
: gown yellow
with candles and wicker daisies.
baskets of summer' flowers. Rodney A. Parker servedhis

The double wedding bell Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Cogdill cousin as best man. GaryR. t
SPECIAL THIS WEEK shaped ke was at one end of Parker, brother of the 3wLlveya
the table and crystal punch
bowl at the other end.. Mr.. and Mrs. C.W.Cogdill, groom Beverly was usher.Jean Hatcher 1

Wicker baskets of summer cousin was flower girl andThomas
} : Fruit Cluster flowers were placed at Celebrate 40th' Allen Welch, nephew,
: Anniversary
points in the
79' vantage party
"' 4* served as ring-bearer. Mr and Mrs. Thomas II. Parker I
Coffee ; rooms. Mr. and Mrs. C.W.,Cogdill home of their daughter, Mrs. .The bride, given in
Games were played and Brownlee marriage by her father and home of Mr. and Mrs. C.T. encircled with a garland of
were entertained at a family David Lawson, on
prizes awarded.The Woodall In Raiford. Guests and daisies.
It. luncheon bunday; July Road. mother, wore a white satin yellow!
171.to "
hostesses Mr Carol celebrate their 40th weddinganniversary .A two-tiered wedding cake gown with empire waist line, were greeted at the door by
: O'Steen, Mrs. Margie Wade, at the home of decorated with, yellow andwhite lace bodice, long lace sleeves Mr. and Mrs. Woodall and After spending some time
: ; Melt-'Away. 19 Mrs.Mrs. Patsy Betty Griffis Ann Griffis presentedthe and their son. Lee L. Cogdill on rosettes and topped with and lace cathedral train. She Helen Sieberling kept thebride's with their guests the coupleleft
$1' Morgan Road. two white doves holding wore a tear drop pearl book. on a wdding trip to
with set of
I. a Also acting as hosts were wedding rings centered the necklace on a silver chain and Atlanta, Ocala and Crescent
Corning Ware and a toaster as The bride's table was
1 their other children: WilliamC. table and was flanked by her white net veil was securedto tiered Beach
a memento of the occasion. centered with a
I Cogdill of Deland; Mrs. yellow candles in crystal a crown decorated with
.... ---- John P. Judd (Mary) of holders entwined with fern. pearls and rhinestones. She wedding cake and held an .'
Mrs.R.P. McLendon cousinof carried a nosegay of white arrangement of yellow and Mr. Parker will enter the
David ,
**&** NEW SUMMER HOURS9338 Keystone Heights; Mrs.
whitedaisies. Welch cut
... Col. and Mrs. H.M. Hatcher, Lawson (Pat) of Starke; Mrs. Mr. Cogdill, assisted in daisies, baby's breath and Cathy Air Force July 21 at Lackland
it (July & August ) Jr. returned Saturday from Jerry J. Hall (Hazel) of serving the cake. Homemadeice .yellow sweetheart roses with the cake AFB Texas. Mrs. Parker will
two week's vacation visiting Lawtey; Gene Cogdill of cream also was enjoyed by long satin streamers.A Mrs. Glen Jordan presidedat join him after six weeks basic
their son-in-law and daughter Middleburg; and Miss Terne the 50 friends and family reception was held at the the punch bowl which was training.
MONDAY THURSDAY 6:30a.n.: to 3:30p.m: Mr. and Mrs. Ken Weaver in Cogdill of Starke. members who attended.
Lawton, Okla. and sight. Later in the
day a surprise
,, FRIDAY > SA TUI DA Y' 6:30a.m.: to 5:30: ..mc and seeing Louisiana.in Oklahoma. Texas reception was held at the PresbyterianYouth Hazel Hardy Appointed As SFCC

I,. ,' HaveWeekend Trustee Gov. Askew

Retreat By
Demands ,
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IALOVEBy Fourteen young people from Mrs. Douglas (Hazel Ritch) Commerce. A member of the
Hardy has been appointed by .Starke Woman's Club. Mrs.
the Presbyterian Youth
l SalrCantiimt Fellowship and eight adults Gov. Reubin Askew to fill a Hardy was chosen by the
had a weekend retreat at the vacancy on the Santa Fe members as "Club Woman of
-- the Year" for the
Community College Board of past year.
RtF :11 David Montgomery Camp on
r the Suwannee River from Trustees.A Mrs. Hardy will replace
former trustee James Blood-
Friday to Sunday. Janet and Fr t'f Bradford County residentfor worth for the six year positionon
F Mattress Alan Attending Montgomery were Kevin 35 years, Mrs. Hardy is the board. Other Bradford
for the corporationfor trustees
secretary County are Guy
Tillman, Cindy and Susan
Charley John's Insurance Andrews and S,G. Denmark.
Edwards,Diane Yawn, Larry,
Active in community Mrs. said she is
Agency. Hardy doing
Terry, Jane and Janice
Thornton service projects she is on the her homework and will "put
Saucer, Donna ,
board of Governors of the my best into the appoint
Jennifer Jockel and Buddy
: of "
: Bradford County Chamber ment.
3 days only! Paterson.
They were accompanied by
save MO to '80on Mr. and Mrs. David Mont. Methodist Youth Have Retreat
When ,
you } gomery Mr. and Mrs. Harold I
MAIOIVE Firm Gay, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. NftMC
At New Smyrna
this mattressTi : -- .
buy : 1 ; Murphey and Mr. and Mrs.
Extra Firm and Super Bob Paterson. Members of the Methodist 'treat at Cormeth Retreat
-- Youth Fellowship had a re- House at New Smyrna Beach
Firm bedding sets. Mrs. Ilatel; Hardy last Friday to Sunday.
Kevin Crawford Attending were Eoline and
1' : :- % Mr. and Mrs. Rick Jackson Nelson Green Diane Crews,
.' : -: :1 rlF4 have returned from a week's =- Celebrates 6th Allison and Stacey Denmark
vacation at the Bill Rice
Kevin and Mary Anne Miller,
and this matching! \ Ranch at Murphreesbcro, Mrs.T.H.Slade was Sundayto Mrs. Birthday July 9 Vickie and Terry Carver.
Tenn. Wednesday guest of
Pam Pratt. Rhonda Stern, Jay
box t T.G. Ritch in Jacksonville.Mrs. Eaves, Reddish, Susan
spring I Mrs. Clyde Sinclair spent Kevin Crawford celebratedhis
the weekend with Mrs. Bill V.V. Hazen of Gaines- sixth birthday Saturday, Ebling and Lynn Loper.
0. Slocumb at Jacksonville July 9 given by his parents, They were accompanied by
s'y1 ville Sunday visitor of Mr.
was Mr. and Mrs. Donald Harden-
Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Neil R. Crawford
and Mrs. M.F. Hazen. brook Mrs. Doyle Crews and
t' at their home on Rt. 16.
A western theme was Mrs. J.E. Denmark.

carried out complete with a
ifJ AT TH E little fort built by his father.
We .Will Include -,. During the party hours 11
,; r,711U/c, am. to 1:30: p,m. the young-
The Frame. ) ( 'MAGICNEEDLE sters enjoyed pony rides and BIRTHS

I. won by
games Cain
Freddie and
I' :wLAL)
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I'r. At noon the children had a
r. .. f\\ cookout. The Joyner, Jr. of Hampton
1517 Bessent Road announce the birth of a son.
'' refreshment table was

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and Indians.
"' Selection Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hazen of
: Starke and Mr. and Mrs. R.R.

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AND ALL DELIVERED.. "FREE"M Published COUNTY every TELEGRAPH Thursday and Mrs. Norman

1 Rug WoolalYyj I at 138.W.Call Street Walker of Gainesville the

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Navy Airman Recruit Gary \OR7NEfiN
A. Braddock son of Mr. and .
S Mrs. Tillman R. Braddock of ;
Route I, Box 108, Raiford, has
"completed recruit training at ., .
the Naval Training Center,

studied Orlando.training During general cycle the military,eight-week trainees sub- ,1111I11"111I11'"' '" ..11'

jects designed to prepare .>
,them for further academic '1.'
;f and on-the-Job training in one I family centersblanket N .I!I,, 1
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;:Occupational fields. Included ,
;;.1n their studies were seaman-
:C ship, close order drill, Naval .f :
:::history and first aid .
'.*.'.? Braddock joined the Navy In ,I I
f -April 1977. j

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Perlonal6 I i'>

:"Mrs. Joan Chitty and l ,,"'

daughters, Sandra and Karen, -5/-a KING/QUEEN I I ;
,were sight seeing at Orlando I
:.and Lake Wales over the CANNON \
: weekend. They left Sandra at SIZE BLANKET ,
.:.the Lion's camp for the ::
.visually handicapped at Lake I Fantasy 102X90", solid colors, light blue, green, .; t f
:;Wales for two weeks. brown and gold.* ;, I

.Mr.and Mrs. Maxie Carter, -: 8.88 ., ,
Sr. had as Sunday visitors t u .
..Mrs. Lucian Johns and
,daughter, Martel, Mr. and U
Mrs. Edward Starling and 'OFtTHERN SOLID COLOR .
Harold Baker of Jacksonville, r ; I r ,. I
'r Mr. and Mrs Victor Nettles of r' DUAL CONTROL .
Lake Butler and Mr and Mrs. ? BLANKET J
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Donald Spencer and family of "j aa '': ELECTRIC !' N
'""Orrnond, Beach. ; ; ... Cannon*-72X90",comes In gold, royal blue
? "L; BLANKET and

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VSummer Clearance s. po Iyester/20'% acrylic. I ;;.
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Mr and Mrs. R.R. Chism 21.88 .. t I
and. son, Robin, returned 1'i' i I Ii .
Friday from two week's vaca- '
tion at Clearwater Beach and ) !
points of interest close by.

Mrs. James Barron spent i
last week with Mr. and Mrs n il.
Joseph Lacayo in Tallahassee M\ u .
They were joined by t
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Barron of I' I
Norfolk, Va. for the weekend Last Winter ? ,.

Blackshear and w
Mrs.James M 11 j
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Miss Audrey Carlisle were in on
Ocala last Wednesday and

Thursday aunts visiting, Mrs. Agnes MissCarlisle's I I // i 4-PC. REDWOOD j ''I

Lord and Mrs.Olivia Strother. \ SEATING GROUP I
y I
Andrew J. Barry, son of / I ,
Mrs. A.J. Barry, a recent + hamesd T.O.AY.W DELUXE i, ,
graduate of St. John's High ./ -_ spring construction. REAR BAGGER
School in Orange Park, has + 2 MOWER
been admitted to Birming- chair & 1 I
ham-Southern College chaise wI 20" cut 31"* HP.Bas englrw
beginning with.the Fall term, -J Recoil itart engine/ shroud
/ sapphire- with deluxe' .
linger-Up 6 posi
September 4. lion wheel sdjustmenl ",
pattern height : y 1 :
n / cushions chrome V to 3*handle".Delu.e.dluetab| .,t ...: .....;{ .l
LEILA'SSummer and one 24table ,
Clearance '

1/3to1/2Off STEEL 99.00 j !

Local admittances to Q" PAPER PLATES 65.00
Bradford County Hospital this CHAIR 1

week William include O'Neal: from Mrs.Starke-Ethel 100ct pkg.White j > P Heavy gauge steel- Reg 118.88 j
Breeze BoxFAN
frame with white
Holtzendorf(, Mrs. Antoinette O/ zo I
Utley, Leslie Prevatt, Mrs. LIMIT / finish. Seat size 1
Mitta Kersey, Miss Sandra 19x\ 19". Back :, '
Booth Mrs. Jessie Lazenby, 14.88 size. 20JT; x 19 ". I Ir1 'I
James Thomas, Mrs Mattye ....t. cooro.I g
Sargent Calvin Harris, John I
Brantley and Mrs. Huldah L
Lee; from Lake Butler Mrs I 8.88 .
Leona Dukes and Mrs. Marie -s-:
Dicks; from BrookerMrs.. ;
Ollie Rivers; from HamptonMrs. -
Katie Saxon, Mrs. Belva [.a
Lloyd and Don Smith; from pNq }tOTrpRlk4 PAPER TOWELS y yOR !

Lawtey Mrs Bamer COQ, FOAM
Lowery Mrs. Polly Prevail.
'Mrs. Lillie O'Steen and 120 ct., 2-ply, jumbo roll.
Williams from i CUPS '
George ;

Melrose-Holtzendorf and Mrs.Mrs. Eunice Lena 81 oz.,51 ct., I mQJ&IVI LIMIT I. cz::::: .::: C'j
Lindbey; from Lake Geneva- White FOR.fI' :::
Mrs. Lois Simons and Mrs. SOFT -
Florida Baldree; from Sfi1yi'o CUp LIMIT 8
Keystone Heights Ernest ".3307
McCarty.Mr 43IABSORBENL2.7- ,
240 ( .
and Mrs. John Miller '
spent Marineland the weekend at Y 1 r43.ir _

Capt. and Mrs. Johnny I FAMILY NAPKINS 'I

'Warren, son, John. Jr. anddaughter. TI4I: AOVCimSID MINCHANDISt POLICY M" iw i rlr IHCIIS ii i f t I ION
Whitney, of( I-- IMN.MMI.a4 NI4 fun., '
ctMMflr PdKf tl t* itauyt KM *J/*tiM4WClUntllM t
.Fayetteville N,C. spent the M tfff.Mtf.WMlr*M"IINN' III INtvtnl Wwill 1 t "'
past two weeks with his *-NIYNNYW.lltt 4dMttiw4 iMfCfurWiu tau Mil M AM Nrr M A ilrttf fCNtb. dMt ,N f x p r l r i ;
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.D. fot rtxmit NN rcIN11MNNtMMron.N f bM1wMIP t S I Ii T.G.&Y. NAPKINS
Warren. The children remained -xuw, Y rw NN WttMW NuIN NIII/ 1 MAwAIeN, II 160 ct. pkg rNrcAMAYN,1iMINMrcNNUMMNIYpIN ) i
with their grand- = White. '
M M ul Mr" tl N ? / 1
parents for a month. Joining ROTARY MOWER I !l
the family over the weekend 8PKCS :
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff( .'
were Warren and son, Mathewsonof } 3 Finger pull start 3, HP B & S -. .
Brandon. They all visited FOR engine. Shroud ball bearing

Disney World during the wheels. of w
weekend. \

Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar T 18.00 1I ,f:,
Jr. has returned after visitingMr. \
and Mrs. Cale fi'
Yarborough and Mr. and Mrs. P3357 ,'
Vernon Floyd in Timmons- *
ville S.C., Mr. and Mrs. Reg. 48.88
Richard Truluck and Mr. and "'
Mrs. Keith Truluck in Olanta, I !
S.C., Mr. and Mrs. William I
Rentz in Columbus. S.C. and io .
vacationed at Surfside Beach, t. S
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for a study lamp" replied the .'. t
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college student. .
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lent the lamp." ''NTIiRNATIONA&: JVmirXTBFtlslATIONAi: .f ltaakflvaelsteln; :

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Printing get It from the pro- C.Buoff, with controls. Exter .
leiilonal. Serving Stark for swi ch STATION "

*s year 301 $. Shoppmg, Center Starke, Fla. ).
Bradford Printer $ '
f....305 99.99 AM PLL tuning,delta tuning. ,
157.77 '
US W.C.IIS 8ht.antenna PA switch.warning Indicator Ad .Good_ Thru. Sunday July.. ., ...24. ., .. "1977", '

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'TELEGRAPH July 21,1 I IbJy..J

: < . Coleen Johnson Kirk Hunsinger Vickie Hazen, Michael Beck Lisa Coleman and Joe D. Sapp, Jr.

.41'I ,'I Dr. and Mrs. Carlos To Wed August 17 Wedding Sept. 10 ._ Wed July 15 At Morgan Road BaptistThe

,of! : .I1t._rnnnrl.,._n____ am Carlos.. And----
daughter, Yolanda, have returned Mr. and Mrs. William C. Mr. and Mrs. Harley L.
from two week's Johnson announce the Hazen announce the engage- Morgan Road Baptist
ment and Church was the setting for the
vacation. They were on a engagement and approaching approaching
I I w ek's.. cruise to the marriage of their daughter marriage of their daughter, marriage of Lisa Gail Coleman
Dominican Republic, Puerto Anita Coleen, to Kirk Vickie Dianne, to Michael: and Joe D. Sapp,Jr. July
, Rico and Virgin Islands and Hunsinger, son of Mr. and Ronald Beck, son of Mr. and r 15 at 8 p.m. with Rev Bob r
,, visited friends and relatives in Mrs. Roderick Hunsinger, all Mrs. C.J. Beck, all of Starke. Cooper performing the
Miami for week. of Starke. Miss Hazen, granddaughterof nuptials.The
1 I i, The wedding will be an Mr. and Mrs. Othma J. bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Colemanof
I Norman of Lawtey and the
J late Martha Alice: Hazen of Starke. The groom Is the
,I, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. h
Sapp, Sr. of Lawtey.
THE STEAK' MAN Miss Eve Futch, pianist,
and Donnie and Denise Craw.
IS ford, guitarist and soloists, ,
I presented a program of t
'"M nuptial music. .
Vickie Hazen The table in the vestibule
.' event of August 17 at the homeof held an arrangement of
( HISBUSINESS Betty Ann Phillips. Hall daisies and thin tall lavender
tapers in a white china swan '-
r ,. =- bowl flanked by tapers and Mr, and Mrs. Joe l>. Sapp, Jr. I IIInd

and Mrs. S.G. Denmarkand Tuesday."i greenery.
'. I Mrs. Martha Dorko attended Birthday Decorating the altar was a baby's breath in their ated with greenery and doves.
I the Furniture Mart in candelabra with white tapers hair. They carried white All the tables at the recep-
Michael Hall cele- flanked two baskets of covered with white
j Atlanta from to by wicker miniature parasols tion were
l Silt You his second birthday lavender daisies, purple and lined with the capelet lace cloths over purple liners.
Will Tuesday. with a party given by white gladioli, baby's breath material. The parasols were Baskets of greenery were
1 Ursula and Lisa Cooper of Mr. and Mrs. and tall white tapers. Palms filled with ivy, lavender placed at focal points. An arch
_y Edwards. Calif are spendingthe Hall of Starke. accented the background and daisies and baby's breath. was centered I behind the cake
"P9,1.,' Our DaW. / month of July with their in the shape of a pampas grass was placed on Shana Schmitt attended as table and was covered with
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. and homemade ice- the choir railing The pews junior bridesmaid and was smilax and two large white
C.L. Cooper. They alt had were served. were marked with bows made dressed identical to the wedding bells in the center
Will Soon B. Able' To Sir* lunch Sunday at Cedar Key the 22 guests were from the floral chiffon of the attendants except she carrieda and the bride and grooms
and later visited relatives in Mrs. David Tetstone attendants capelets. The unity white lace wedding fan names scrolled on while
You Bettor Chiefland. of Starke. candle was placed on the covered with lavender daisies ribbons.
... piano which also held an and butterflies.
arrangement of two large Apryl Joy Coleman was The bride's table was
) hearts, greenery, baby's flower girl and carried a centered with a four' tiered
1 We Will Be Open breath, wedding rings, butterflies flower basket accented with wedding cake accented with a
STOCK CAB RAGING and daisies. lavender daisies and butterflies fountain and columns and
Butch Prevatt attended as Wayne Prevatt was ring decorated with swans and
During Our RemodelingSO best man. Ushers were Mike bearer and carried a ring doves and lavender daisies
O'Steen, Hilton Coleman Jr. pillow decorated with an and butterflies topped with a
and Glenn Sapp. Gary Coleman orchid and lavender butterflies bride and groom standing in a
COME SEE US. J EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT I a junior usher, carriedthe petite garden house. The cake
bride's white bible, a gift Given in marriage by her was flanked with two large
from the church. father, the bride wore a long white candelabras holding
Carol Ann O'Steen attendedher white A.line gown of silk lavender candles. White swan
Or Call Mood And Your Order WARM-UP 1st RACE sister as matron of honor. organza and chiffon. Ruffles dishes held mints. Mrs Betty
'I I \ Bridal attendants were Becky of chiffon and Peau a'ange Ann Griffis and Mary Ann
:1 Will Ba 964-6567 a 7:00: P.M. 8:00: Coleman. sister of the bride lace accented the fitted Lyons cut the cake.
: Rudy Sheilia Sapp. sister of the bodice illusion neckline and The punch table held two
,, Late Models & Hobby Div groom and Mrs. Diane Callan. hemline. The gown was crystal punch bowls and was
They wore long A-line gowns enhanced with white daisies centered 1 t>' an arrangement

(IWlllll0( (JJB( (coE( E! E 1 Columbia' Coanly Speedway of capelet lavender of lavender crepe with floral a and tiny had white long silk sleeves butterfliesand and of breath lavender and thin daisies tall ,lavender baby's

chiffon. They wore chokers trailing train. Her veil of tapers with two hearts interlocking -

1212 N. Temple Ave. 964.6567 ,Hwy 41 at 1.75 ELLISVILLE and earrings of lavender daisies and silk butterflies with wedding rings.
butterflies, a gift from the reached her waist. The gown Joyce Coleman and Ellen
I bride; and lavender flowersCB's and veil were designed by Martin poured the punch.
,; Mrs Charles, Schmitt. who Mrs. Denise Thomas cut the
\ also directed the wedding. The two( tiered chocolate groom's
\1 bride carried a cascade cake which was decorated
at bouquet of white miniature with a ball and chain, cuffs:
carnations, baby's breath and and) billy jack.
ivy Attached was a corsage of The children's punch was
.. ... the same I lowers She wore served I by Bunky Sapp from a
\ 30-70 % white silk butterfly earringsand crystal punch bowl on a
choker a gift of the pedestal surrounded by ivy
groom. and daisies.
A reception was held in the Rice bags were passed out
savings church Fellowship Hall. by Kelli Jo Dyal and "thank
Mrs Gary Coleman and you" scrolls passed out by
Mrs. Charles Schmitt greetedthe Kathy Martin.
guests at the door. (Following a wedding trip
Standing in the receiving line the couple are residing in
were the bride and groom Law tey.
4 their mothers and bridal The bride and groom are
attendants !Mrs Carol both Bradford High School
Prevail\ kept the bride's hook graduates The bride works at
at a table tovered with white Cooper's Nursery and !Mr
lace cloth over purple and Sapp is employed at Florida
held a lavender taper decor State Prison.

,9"1 -PerjOna "'E -u I

Kev. Jim Shaw and mother,
!Mrs Juanita Collier
and Mr.
Mrs J.II. Fields
was in
and Mrs Hall
:North; Florida Regional Lynn were last
last hid.ldinner)/ guests of Mr
Monday to
and Mrs. K.A.
RETAIL SALE Brannen at
Friday for' observation and
PACE ( treatment Itedlord Lake.
Channel icpn .
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard F.
deluxe 5149.95 $59.95
digital Synthesized Huf
LEILA'SSummer fmgton. proprietors of The
CB-145 Clearance Pastry Shop, have returned
Mobile with 2 weather 149.95 69.95
crystals 1 .' 3to I/ 2 Of IMr. from two weeks' vacation in
CB-1000M Normal. Ill, where they
Mobile,69-channels, Side Band 299.95 149.95 visited relatives and attendeda
;: family reunion.
3 Channel Johnson and Mrs. Clifton Hayesof
Over stockinghas TTO-A i;. tr "t Albuquerque last New Mexico( Mrs. Bertha Pearce has hadas
were Wednesday
Telephone type mobile 199.95 79.95_ .1\\\;' luncheon of visitors, her nieces, Ethel
'""*" guests Mrs. E.VV.
Simmons of Richmond, Va.
f forced us Mobile with LEO and S/RFO/ meters 179.95 59.95_ I layes. and Clara Swails of Camilla,
Ga and a sister, Hattie
r 223 Mr. and trs. Charles
Thomas of Valdosta,Ga. They
Mobile with mechanical filter S/RFO/ meters 249.95 109.95 and Mr. and Mrs It.W.
I I ALL toured South Florida and also
to sell our A Miner Jr. attended "SouthPacific" visited Martha Itaynes in
a at the
$:.C riannelSBE_ ; ISSEI S Country Winter Haven.
g Ihnner flay House ut St.

CB equipment... Catalina III, mobile, S.meter 149.95 afternoon.Petersburg Saturday LEILA'S
SBE 34 CB Summer Clearance

Brute,23-channel minimobile'SBE16CB 144.95 as* Mrs. W.II. Hut Mrs !JuraBl'U..It'Y 1 310 I/ 7 OH
Some at Below-Cost and Mrs. :Maude
Console, SSB base station 0174.95 259.95 Stricklandisited their sister. l\1r.and Mrs. Lamar Griffis,
40 Channel PACE Mrs .Edith: ('hristian en. and the former Barbara Godwin.
prices. This sale BOOS icpn I..y RUTU relatives In New Orleans last have moved from E. Adkins
Monday to Friday street into their new home on
Mobile i S-meter, PA, ext. spk. 139.95 89.95 Legion Terrace, off Orange

will never be 2300C Mobile,S.meter, loc/dist/ PA 199.95 129.95 LEILA'S Street.

1000BCSSB Summer Clearance Four students received their
base, S.meter, NBclarifler 0199.95 299.95 1 310 I i Off degrees from the University
repeated Channel Johnson '*. of Florida on June 1 11: Louis if.
m wean Jp
.* et.LUt1o Garner, MED Edward M
4120 Kevin Miller
is attending
Powell BAE Carl D. Riherd
. Mobile, LEO, ch. indicator,ext. spk.jack 129.95 The Glenn Wilkes Basketball BBC. Wendy S. Teske. BAE.
4170 School at Stetson Universityat

S\-\O\ RPp\::>\OS Mobile. LED, NB switch, PA.loc/disl/ switch 2..... 159.95 Delaitd Sunday to Friday.Mr. Mr, and Mrs. Kent Booher
O 423QBase. recently returned from a
{ 6
and Mrs.
: fI I\c\Ou-1: G LEO,anl switch, PA, loc/dist/ 24995 }r,9. 5 I 'y Walters of Martinsville.Lynwood Va. month's trip to her father's

\J I a\feaO'l\ Plus many more mobiles & base stations : -.,-. are visiting his parents. Mr. summer Damariscotta, place Maine. Inter-in

I I KNEW 'IoIi\" the \ \. and Mrs.S.L. Peek, Jr. for ten mediate stops were made in
ulncatocsthr\ o ceandekot\ 6 Good Couctuwlesmena'ee.penencednal'' Cuucri s CB technicians, are licensed by the | Richmond Va. to visit friends
,,, phases ol'CB operation' and installation ol 4 Federal Communications Commission, to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
LOP 1 and relatives.
gtad! \00. Reasons C8oqUOpmvnIThey.lIoIdvseyouaboul ?yureTOOeeIRUximumpertamancelromy "
C 'ooC8COo"e\ \., .,out Brownlee Jr. of New Orleans
y M;;'i .. A Ollef 112miai gef nseOf sa\e ITem J' bet'0J Of to Buy) boil.hr.hCB'oIdo.anlennolor.occesSOfln.I\I dud,'your communications. needs \ your'equipment were in Starke !Monday and Mrs.James Blackshear and
She \ EXPERT CUSTOM INSTALLATION Tuesday of last week visiting
(\\f'I. 0 f aVet d I cectn9ecClps; COMMUNICATIONS EXPERIENCE .. Ottis Geiger and
maKe Sol at Couch takes the ""yOUlol''nstalhngnefaO friends
; CO 0 \( you \ ft 0 CB from Couch shaabee."elhngserneanan0, 5 you.C8equpmenlbyollertnoacompl.I. ; daughter spent Friday to.
\ a
' 0(1 W\ ,iratollinq CB radios' has Iheuiixtlence Sunday at Daytona Beach.
,-\0 2 sine 1964 and custom installation service'
DPepeaCe istlghtaticle.She1\ Mr. and Mrs. S L. Peek, Jr.
necessary to help you with your
.r 1lywlllhttention. 'Nnveh neen.\ CouCh communCalunsrevuuenems EASY CREDIT TERMS spent last Monday to LEILA'S' "..
I \lam \ f /ftie\Ce-.Ni\ NAME BRAND EQUIPMENT CouchSmakespayna' your CB purchase| Wednesday at St. Petersburg. Summer Clearance
\ \ _l Couch handles only the best name brands. b'ease', through Master Charge Tampa and Clearwater. Mrs. lIUol'20ft
tESaSSSSa1Save J ,in CB radios' and equipment assuring, you ol E\ankAmer.cardtVISAlorRevoIVlngCh"g.\ Terry Walters and daughter
!\t1Gen5eto \ the lines!quality CB products money can buy payment'plans Christie of Gainesville staydwith ;; Mr. and Mrs. Bud Duke of'
their grandmother, Mrs.
were Sunday
e4uat Shn Gg ladlotheir Wit. Holland, during their'
, overnight guests of Mr. and.
absence. Mrs. I1.A. Lawson.

1COOCH'S N I ELECTRONICS Mrs Lynette Baxter of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett

'. C MNCE I'l MIN Starke and Mrs. Marlyce Gahagan of Bluffton, SO.
Sohm and daughter Maria, of 'were Tuesday visitors of Mrs.
GAINESVILLE Green Cove Springs left L.G. Powell and other
up to 15 % on all CB Sunday for a visit in North relatives.Mr. .
Walsham, England and sightseeing
& sories 616 NORTH MAIN 378-1562 In London and and Mrs. J.C. Dukeii
antennas ag Scotland. They plan to return and daughters were in Green*
t.r -August 1. ville, Tenn last week visiting
4 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brookins.

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July 21,1977 TELEGRAPH Pages

r I \ Over $6,000 In Auto Damage Due To Accidents_ This Week I i,

Law enforcement officials Saturday evening. a Raymond Crews $6, ot crossing both the eastboundand was stopped for a red light,
reported over $8,600 in automobile Hampton man ran a red light Starke was driving north on westbound lanes of SR and the automobile which
damage and $50 in striking another automobile SR 200 at 20 mph with Ward 100, left the road. and struck a followed it failed to stop In
,- property damage In accidentsover on the right aide Forest Landis. 47, of Lawtey, sign.Damage time striking the rear ot-the I
this past week. Eldon Lason Cox 66, of not far behind driving at 33-40 to the sign was first car.
Friday evening, a Starke Hampton, was driving northon mph. As Crews began to slowdown estimated at $50 and $300 in The cars were headed south
man was attempting to makea SR-200 at 20 mph when his Landis failed to noticeit damage was done to his 1973 on SR 200 when the mishap '1.
left turn across SR-200 when 1973 Chevrolet collided with and the two cars collided. Ford truck. occurred. ,
his vehicle collided with Haven Crosby's 1965 Cadillacas Reports stated that Landiswas Rooksberry was charged The first car, driven by
another automobile going she was driving east on Call exceeding safe speed and with driving while Intoxicated Charles D. Blair 25, of Knoxville :-
down SR-200. Street. he was charged with careless careless driving and Tenn. had an estimated
John Edward Test 19, of Cox's automobile had an driving. violation of a license restric- $150 in damage. The second
Starke, was going south on estimated $800 damage and Over $1,500 in damage was tion concerning his glasses. car driven by Michael 0,
SR-200 when he attempted to $400 in damage was done to done to his 1974 Chevrolet, and Two cars collided early Woodfen, 25, of Boynton
; make the turn in the path of the Crosby automobile.Cox damage to Crews 1968 Ford Monday afternoon, Starke Beach also had an estimated
,. Mildred Hazel Cox 41, of was charged with was estimated at $1,000. police reported, when! a car $150 in damage.
$ Waycross, Ga., who was running a red light. Highway Patrol reports also
traveling north on SR-200 at 30 showed a Waldo man for '
mph. getting an intersection was :
Over $600 in damage was Two cars collided early there running through It, and City Fish & Meat Market
: done to each automobile and Sunday afternoon the Florida striking a sign.
Tost was charged with driving Highway Patrol reported, Billy Jones Rooksberry, <
while intoxicated and Improper when .one car- was slowing Box 434, Waldo was driving 607 E. Brt.al..t St.
turn. down to execute: a right turn, south on SR 18 at 50 mph and 964-8077 '
Cox was taken to Bradford while the other vehicle failed when he came to the intersection 1I'1
.. County Hospital where she to slow down in time, running of SR 18 and SR 100, .
Dirt Road Gets BlacktoppedFor was treated and released. into the first vehicle's rear.: went through/ the intersection,

a long time,the road that stretched between SR-IS and SR-229, about two miles west of Us. EEEL :
301 has been covered only with dirt. That is changing now. Drought Credit Availablecent
The road is being built Into a two-lane 20-foot wide blacktop road.It Is a State Highway project U.S. GOOD BEEF
that started about three weeks ago.
The road will stretch for 1.3 miles and the contractor. Jensen of Jacksonville has been given f
135 calendar days to complete the road. Now that Bradford County and additional credit no more than 10,000 population. CHUCK ROAST
has been designated a drought needed to restore farm .
impact area by the federal production at a rate of eight County Supervisor James C. CHUCK STEAK C
Dropping Auto Insurance government emergency I percent. All loans are repayWilkinson said applications 79
credit programs from the able to get necessary credit for emergency assistance can FRESH GROUND BEEF
Farmer's Home from commercial sources. be picked up at the Farmers Lb.
Administration (FmHA) are Emergency loans or grants Home Administration office RIB OR BRISKET STEW r
Invitation For Law Suit available for the farmers and also can be made by FmHA locate Bradford County
community water systems for permanent or temporary at Green Cove
according to FmHA County measures to provide new Springs. SHOULDER STEAKOR
Compulsory automobile Liability coverage protects drunk drivers the surchargeis Supervisor James C. community sources of water Applications for farm loans I'
liability coverage has come to people in the other car when' $200. Wilkinson.The supply or improve existing or water system loans andsystemsadverselyaffectedby ROAST 4 9 :
an end. according to Attorney 'you are fault in an accident. In order to qualify for rebates designation was issued grants under the special $1 I N
General Robert Shevin but Insurance CommissionerBill from the fund motorist by the federal Interagency drought. drought emergency program RIB STEAK OR ROAST
cancelling this coverage could Gunter has also urged must carry the previously required Emergency Drougt Loans may be made for mustbereceivedintheFmHAterms ,
motorists not to drop the once liability The county office no later than lb.r
incur more expenses: in the coverage. Coordination Committee in up to 40 years at an
long run than the average required insurance.The rebates will not begin until Washington. This designation interest of five percent. Sept. 30. Water system
motorist may be able to new law was in questionfor next July 1 and are expectedto makes Bradford County Projects financed I through projects funded under the PORK LOIN END
afford. awhile as to when it was average about $10 a year. eligible for various emer- FmHA may serve the special program must be 9 8 c !: t
Local insurance agents scheduled to take effect. It The only insurance still reqUired gency services of the Depart- countryside and rural towns of completed Nov.,30., PORK CHOPS Lb. I
,was not known whether the is $5,000 worth of ment of '
concur with the fact that Agriculture.. ,
dropping this coverage couldbe law was to take effect July 1 or Personal Injury Protection Commerce and Interior and Sheriff Reddish Wails For Word ..
a detriment to you. In fact Sept. 1 and the Department of insurance (PIP) commonly the Small Business CENTER CUT
there have been very few Highway Safety and Motor called no fault. This type of Administration under the! On Where Parolee Will Be Taken 59
people who request the Vehicles would not inspect insurance pays for injuries to drought emergency PORK CHOPS $1
dropping of it, and if it is requested 'cars unless the driver showed all members of the householdno assistance program initiatedby Sheriff Dolph Reddish is beaten, but not seriously, Lb. !
most agents try to proof of full liability coverage, matter who is at fault. President Carter. waiting word whether parolee while Buckley' .was beaten
discourage it.lIazelllardy.. as was previously required. The average driver if thereis .FmHA administration loans violator John Henry Coul- with the shotgun used in the ( I Iu.7 .
such a thing according to to farmers will cover losses thurst wanted in a robbery- robbery and admitted to a ;? -SEAFOOD
agent for the Shevin after''' carefully insurance agent Hardy would caused by drought and will assault here 2'/i' years ago will local hospital the sheriff's
Charley E. Johns Agency in examining the bill, decided save up to 50 percent on his help to restore normal farm be returned from Dade County department saidCoulthurst. }):; p :
Starke, said she doesn't that the legislature meant for yearly insurance costs by production and the loans and directly to Bradford County or then 214, and
expect: any motorist to drop it, it to take effect July 1. dropping liability coverage.The grants will help to install or to the Medical and Reception Schultz then :io. gave county $1 89 :
and if they do. ,"They are A good driver was also few drivers who have improve rural communitywater Center in Lake Butler. and city officers a chase us LARGE SHRIMP HEADS ON 1
inviting a lawsuit in the event established by the new law. come in requesting only PIP systems where droughthas Coulthurst and Paul Ernest they fled in a stolen car. They LbO I'
they were at fault." The fund estimated at $44 coverage "changed theirminds" affected water supply. Schultz: were charged in 1975 left the first car, stole a $ 98
Representatives from million was raised by levying as soon as they found Farmer emergency loans to with robbery, aggravated second car north of Starke LARGE SHRIMP HEADS OFF Lb, "
Allstate Insurance in Starke surcharges of $30 on moving 1 out exactly what it could cover actual losses are madeat assault and aggravated which was found abandoned in I
agree with Hardy's opinion. traffic violators and for entail. an interest rate of five per- battery stemming from a the interstate. MEDIUM SHRIMP HEADS OFF $21b I
March 31, 1975 incident on Dade police caught Schultz
Hampton Lake. four days later. He was triedin
Sheriff's spokesman said Bradford Circuit t Court July LARGE MULLET 49 CLb
Jerome Peter Buckley, then 23. 1975 and received a 15 year i
.' .. 28, and Jack Watkins Hunter, prison sentence. CATFISH 98'
: i ; Jr., then 24, both University of Coulthurst at the time of the ,Lb I
., ,t.: ..... Florida law students were robbery had been paroled
I assaulted and robbed of $200 from Union Correctional FRESH WATER FISH 98e Clb
b y i* 7t1 <,. ,at/ their rented home on Institution only 30 days I f
.Hampton Lake. Hunter was earlier.
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Lowell I'arrlsh Bradford Union and Baker counties 4-11
agent :Mrs. Mary Yearta new home extension economist for
Bradford[ and I'nion Counties Mike Sweat. Baker County 4-11 : I
agent( and Jackie Thomas Baker County 4-11 agent enjoy a
moment of rest from the activities they have been coordinating r r t
during the recent rive-day stint that local 4-II'ers enjoyed at 1 1
Camp Cherry Lake 4.11 CAMP CHERRY LAKE / 7 1 1

Area youths enjoyed five days of "Fun In the Sun" at Camp iLAA w .
Use Native RangelandFor Cherry Lake a 4-11 camp where they were given lectures on
gun safety electrical safety and electrical generation. The
youths. practiced different crafts and a class on manners, and
enjoyed nature study and swimming. ';
Cattle Grazing Pictured above are some of the youth attending the camp: 0' o 0'4d'
Sitting on the ground II Mary Page McGUI and Jill Hayes. On
the bench are Wendy Iledman, Mary Anne Miller Jenecia
Using native rangeland for practices as under improved Bright Michelle Mace and an unidentified youth. Pictured t t.Q
cattle grazing is a virtually pasture techniques.With standing is Evette Bright. 8i&5 ,
untapped resource which .
could: relieve part of the cost current market prices. CV J
squeeze that ranchers face in White said the improved
beef production pasture ranch operates at a LAVA AsH Sof1J INDY11oNE ,
loss even before all productioncosts cK T ) -a

This is the opinion of a range are included. An i -
ecologist at the University of improved pasture ranch reqUires -
I'lorida'sInstitute of Food and $40 per hundred weight The toil in Hawaii it very fertile because it is composed of
Agricultural Sciences. per calf to break even before lava" ash and loft sandy stone.TRADE .
land labor and management
"Such land could providelow costs are included.. A native UP TO
cost roughage for main- range ranch however, requires I
taming a cow-calf herd while only $12 per hundredweight ,
allowing" more efficient use of .: per calf.Maintenance. TORO i I
improved pastures for rapid If f J ;;
of calves and costs on any ,
weight potential gain stocker operations" ranch must be less than $70 to We'll Take Your Old Mower In i

said Dr. L.D. White of the $80 per animal unit per year
School of Forest Resources just to break even when Trade Regardless Ol Condition rt:4
and Conservation at IFAS. weaning 80 to 90 percent of the V HIbro J
calf crop. But most improved Jil'
Ranchers could also pastures costs $120 to $150 per ma.b r
capitalize on range-timber resources animal unit per year to main-

or lease hunting tain. The Grassmaster Has A Big
rights for wildlife resources.
The use of forest-range landin Finally doubling the Capacity Rear Center Bag
cattle production has grazing capacity of improved "
alreay proven economically pasture ranges costs about$60 A., 12 Cu. In. Engine !

superior to the use of per animal unit per year (Nearly 5 H.P.) That i.
In to $10 native
improved pasture land. compared on
fact, the same! calf weightsand range ranches. White said. Delivers Extra Cutting, Power }
weaning percentages can
be achieved i under good I i range Only 228 of the 7,600 cattle To ''The Blades Reduces
operations in Florida use .
forest-range land alone while Noise & Is Easy On Fuelt r .
4.171 use only Improved
BROWN SPOT pastures. t Bags Mulches Or : I
However the ranching ; II I
industry in southern Florida is Disperses Clippings

YOUR LAWN ? shifting toward management greater s Qraaamast I
practices incorporation of range foragein Priced from $ WILL GET YOU TWO.
Call 9645745INTIOI their beef production 2599S
White said. II "
programs Meanwhile, cattle oper Other Toro'a I Take this coupon to any participating Hardee's and get not II ,.

ations largely use in improved northern pastures Florida Priced, From $1 1 J 51 Q95 one but two Big Deluxe Sandwiches for only$1.00.That's ,

despite extensive range -' I right Two Big quarter-pound charbroiled burgers -,

101t1A resources. IOBIDAST WE SERVICE WHAT .with all the Ixln's at a price that can't be beat. }J
"The largest relatively un- : :
tapped range forage resource ; WE SELL I One coupon per customer please. I
occurs in large industrial 4&

i aesrrt forest holdings In northern ONTROlCMtMKMC 'AIILKUK 301Wdees (., ,I,:"' ),. '. "
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The : '
Florida. greatest beef a Offer '''11 !'
production potential exist on ; Expires! ? t"".

Intensively managed and ; B CH.fd..-ifood 8yit. ..Inc..1.78 CharbfOfl Burgers, Augmt 2...1077* 84 [ 'J :
clear-cut pine plantation i I' 'r'tJ.: ."
,areas_" White_.c..said_ "J,:" ... _ _ tt .. '::.." : .;oI.

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''I. By Elizabeth G.Walker
v T .pan..we- GAF Phone 964.6683PERSONALS<<

ECKERD Daisy Caldevlila of Miami Is
__ MUSK HERBAL 11O-12 D-CON having an extended visit with
SHOWER OR LIME-LIMIT ONE P friends Sherri Norman and
: VITAMIN v COLOR"'FILM ANT AND family in Starke. .

.i, I IpNE$ If ROACH ML Zion A.M.E. Church:
STICK tcoa The Junior Choir will cele-
8 OZ. BODY 200 I.U. brate their second anniversary
/ BOTTLE OF 10O DEODORANT i 3s 89iJ 11 SPRAY beginning Thursday
POWDER night 7:30: with Rev. Freddie
FOR MEN speaking. Friday night Mr
_isSti IIIIrM/fl/ i{ Herrnon Johnson, speaker.
: tm< 179 Sunday School 10 a.m.;
It7LpulCf' 1 REG. 77, Morning Service 11 a.m.
= r 1 where Kev. Grimmage will
LIMIT _- = = _
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Il : speak; 3 p.m. there will be a
f ONE"o, musical program. The publicis
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.1 TWICE AS _. 32 OZ. --:- -- = .. New invited Bethel to attend.Baptist: Bible

I FAST AS ASPRIRIN === ___ -- 4= = Class Wednesday night 7:30: ;
_, \ Sunday School 9:30: ; Morning
: = 1 00'5 8 Oz. FAMOUS NAME ." Worship Churches 11 a.m.3 p.m.; Fellowshipof
7" r I == MEN'S & LADIES' :..firo Notice! Bible School will
BUFFERINTABLETS I I COPPERTONE begin August 812. There will
-- z & GARGLE .. be classes for all age levels
'I TANNING WATCHES Including adults. Any child or
? ? adult is welcome.

; -_ \\BUFFfHlH iCoppertonel LOTION MANY STYLES FOR Choir Rehearsal will be for held the Thursday Junior

PRICE BOTH MEN & LADIES! L July 216 p.m. Ebenezer Bible
= I "*" LIMIT ONE ___ Class Tuesday 7:30. Prayer
-==- =f 'KEarASras* Ei I I _
139 -
Meeting Thursday night 7:30.:
: 119 Suntin lotion : The First Born Church:
8 Tuesday night 7:45: Prayer
ONE REG.2 28 service. Friday night 7:45:

Sunday Tarrying school.service.11:30:10 a.m.a.m.

Morning Worship. 6 p.m.
Y.P.C.W. Evening Worship

!II -- GASOLINE WHITE A.M.E.Greater The Allen State Chapel Tri-

8-PACK RAID LAWN EDGER A CAULKING IN CAULKING Jacksonville convention began with Monday classes in

:-r 2 H P. BRIGGS & STRATTON CARTRIDGECOMPOUND conducted at Edward Waters
II MOTOR. 3 WHEELS. FINGERTIP College, 1822.God' .

I II > / / .1 I INSECT KILLER CONTROL. CAULKING GUN. .__ Sunday Morning School Worship 10 a.m.7:30: ;;

12 1 OZ. REG. 65C Prayers Band Meeting
I'. 3 MCTRIUl" / Monday 7:30: p m.; Thursday
= CANS .....,.. KILLS UP TO ,. night Prayer Meeting; Friday
= 13 LIMIT TWO ''; !,.j':: 4 MONTHS night Bible Study 7:30.: Sunday

I u j : PACKS ".'taM, REG. 148 E'u 119.88 REG. 39 are 5:30: welcome.p.m. il.Y.P.U. Visitors

: fp $1.99 Antloch Baptist Church:
: Thursday night 8 p.m. Prayer
n E ._' Meeting; Saturday night 8
Choir rehearsal Sunday
a wooit 8ii4 DOUBLE (DG( eiaoi p.m. ;
: BIG 16" IGLOO. 25 QUART 3000 cur TING SIROKIS PIR MIMJH School 10 a.m.; Morning
EII 7,1 TWO FOOTWOODEN Worship II a.m.; 3 p.m. Choir
.. I F I ICE CHEST Union in Putnam Hall; .m.
F will
a musical program be

3 SPEED FAN The 25 Quart Chest' stores a load ol BLACK & DECKER held.Macedonia Freewill

(itilMW r hversdtreshandcaldLi, and de 25QUART HEDGE TRIMMER STEP LADDER Baptist: Wednesday Bible
it s easy STURDY All = Class Sunday School 10 a.m.
to carry with its new handles,and it -PURPOSE .
LADDER FOR IN OR OUT Morning Worship II am.
MODEL 2151 hasanewhongedlld LETS YOU CUT IN ANY DIRECTION '
SIDE. Evening Worship 5 p.m.;
QUIET MOTOR I) = Visitors are welcome.

3488 REG.39.99 .. 13 $ $ III 1 WHENOFFIGGER 2188 344REG. Methodist Mt. Morlah: Tuesday United!night

= r IS RELEASED. 1. Prayer Meeting. Funeral
REG. 17.88 REG. 25.99 4.59 = Services man Williams for Mrs.will Carrie be Cole-held

.. ......... ................,.. .... .Yt......,.....t .... ..fir. ........... ... ........ .. ..;:......i..t.;_..:. -_ Saturday Hail 2 in p.m.charge.with Chestnutand Sunday
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: HO a EAST POUR SPOUT! churches at 3 p.m. All
I ; :: members are asked to lie-

';;: .. \ J UTILITY PRINT Free Canaan: 7 Prayer
BABY C Meeting Tuesday p.m.
::.\ ONE Wednesday 7 Tarrying
:: p.m.
9 Yi'
.:';i: WPLASTIC SWIM FLOAT GAS CAN Service; Bible Study Friday
WASH CLOTHS ::,. PILLOW. r ASSTO: PATTERNS at7:30: p.m.: Sunday School 10
am.; Morning Worship II a.m.
:. I:.; Evening Worship 7:30.:
/;''-.. :.. 66 Pleasant Grow: Every: first

Jff.. ..::.:.:: :: FlORAl. CITRUS, HERBAL, UNSCENTED .:0.. REG. 99 4 6,9958.8 and Young second Adult Monday Choir rehearsal night 7:30::!;

: :..:::: ':: 2 OL DEODORANT :;: 1.69 REG. 5 69 Every Tuesday night 7:3(1: !

.\; '-:?:: :\. I Junior Tuesday Choir 7IU;: : Wednesday rehearsal

.:... .. : TICKLE :
: '0 : 4 ... Prayer Meeting 7:10:: ):
:: :! :: : : : : : ASSORTED PLASTIC Thursday Bible class 7 pin..
i' :: : MEN'S
::': : : : i-iSOUTH.END 730 VINYLSPINNING Sunday School 10 u.ni
ROLL-ON' LANE Sunday; Sunday! school will
? WASTE BASKETS CASUAL SHOES conclude services for the day.
: .Y' Church of (;od: Sunday
:::i-: : _
: .., :::';: COMBO CHOICE OF TULIP. PLEATED. COMFORTABLE School 9:30: a.m.Itrnm:
:::: fhCko"- \ WIRE WRAPPED IIADESFLICKER o\:;.'o PAGODA. WICKER CASUAL STYLE. 1, = Worship 11:30::!!) a.m.: YPWW :
\ DESIGN p.m. Evening; Worship Klo::
; 9 9 ... REG.. 5.99 Dell Chapter iftx O.K.S.: is
t :
[ commit
rJi .. I ONE s i::! 9 : 2 sponsoring the Feast of (theFive
Tables on July :30 in the
LADIES SHAVER j: l< annex of Ebenezer; Baptist
'..:., :. fool fiti tiptrlubulv .99 488 Church. All members and

.:::;'::.:., ', ... .,. .... ....... .'...'. : ,, .... ..' .* .. .,\.Ji: REG. $13.88 rod.,2 R pi K l hmulitplt IIbN- REG.1.39 there friends will are invited be a to musical attend
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: : ; :" ... .;:.. . err aN
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_-CaiKr drive in L8. \\ttoy.
Mrs. Inesta Franklin land
collected $100 for the cancer
POWER MOWER I_ RAIN DANCE 1.99ASSTO. drive. They are grateful! for
SCARVES 4 the cooperation of all participants.
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3Vi H.P.
WITH NUTS Greater Bethlehem Freewill
ail _- : Sunday School 9:30: :
h ullo- 14 02.-PASTE OR 160Z. ::- ..
INITIALS 7 OZ. j 'Rro8 Guest teachers are No.1 1 E.G.
lN LIQUID. YOUR CHOICE + Walker No. 2 Mrs. S.J. Morris
8 REG. ti L s DRY ROASTED No.3. Mrs.Glory Jackson,No.
09 141,88 r 4, Mrs. Victora McCrary No.
1 REG. 9 REG. 09 S Ms. Willester Davis. No. 6

. CATCHER CRASS .VJ.xca .7" : 1 4.35 29 / ./1 Jllr 1.49 LIMITTWO l 1 E Mrs.Rev Morning G.G.Rebecca Worship Mcauther at Daniels.11 with and

congregation from St.
..... Augustine In charge of
tcKttnflMOtfS service. Dinner will be servedat
PAK OF SIX ODORFREE 1 p.m.At 3 p.m. Mrs. Perlie
fHOTOOffU TWICE THE PRINTS 3 INI Hampton will speak. Devotion
l FLEA & TICKCONCENTRATE will be led by Mrs.
Got an extra set ol' prints with every roll of THERMOCOASTERS Whilhelmenia Brooks. This
color or black and white' dim,, developed and will terminate services.
.i a printed, TODAY AND EVERYDAY
When: you pick up your developed Mm and 1 REG. Rl'Celvesllploma!
prints, buy two rolls ol Kodacolor or black and I ; ::1.49while Army Private First Class
'film, lor the regular price of one 2 f ; Kenneth B. McKinney. whose
TODAY AND EVERYDAY 774 Y parents, Mr.and Mrs. Charles'
88 REG.
iI B, McKinney,live at 1130: Neil
FOR REG. Court, Starke, recently
received a diploma from Ft.
Riley Adult High School.: Ft.

L IDlltIJIjfD: : I Riley.An extension Ken. of Junction
W ( CJJL Q R I City Ft. Kan.) High School the
Riley school: is designed
exclusively for servicemen to
831 S. Walnut complete their school
::1 edueal lan.-Graduales.,of.the
I school must meet the gradua-'

We wrap our reputation around every prescription? .DHUGS .of lion PFC Kansas.requirement McKinney for entered the state the

Army In January i 1976.
His wife Ro e. jive at
Newton, Kansas. '

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July 21,1917 TELEGRAPH PageJ

Commission Mav... Find Itself In Road 'Construction Business .,

Bradford County Johns Road) to Crystal Lake Interests that would pose a Pierce to spent only the $531 struction of garbage
Commissioners may find turnoff. conflict of Interest, and net left In the budget. compactors will be paid off T
themselves in the road worth. Elected officials have when a loan from the I
construction and maintenance Already let for bid is con the option of filing a federal -Accepted the resignation Farmer's Home Administra sa
business sooner than tract for paving the Pleasant income tax form or listing of James F. Bloodworth as a tion is received
expected, they determined Grove Hood, 1.3 miles north- each separate source of board members of the Brad ;,
during their regular monthly west of Starke, between SK-16 income exceeds, looo.) ford-Union Guidance Clinic. -Heard Irom property
meeting. July 11, with the and the Brownlee Road. appralserJimmy Alvarez that
arrival of a letter from the Commissioners indicated they Gov. Reubin Askew recently -Heard a report that $1,521 the Board of Adjustment will
state Department of would also like to follow with vetoed a proposed disclosurelaw had been collected from the meet July 20, 10 a m. to hear
Transportation.DOT the paving of the Crawford requiring appointed selling of garbage coupons to himself. Roberts appointed {
advised the Settlement Road in( the members to disclose their use the county landfills chairman and ss 1
county the Lawtev-Keilbronn area. fihances. commissioners Dave Shuford :, -
second gas tax, including the Approved a request to improve and Maxie Carter would be ; i;
HII(> percent administered by The retopping for the 25 In other business 1 lake front footage on the county representatives to i
the DOT became the miles is expected to cost$10.00) Commissioners: Lake Geneva. The requestwas be joined by two members of if
responsibility of the county per mile, a total of $250,000.) filed on behalf of Herbert the school board. f
utter July 1. The services of -Heard a request from the Kulman by realtor Melba ,
letting design contract The board awarded low Brooker Volunteer' Fire ligen. Before! the afternoon tour of c F' t:4: ;
and contract bidder George Robert's Department (o purchase the county and budget ;, ;
administration. Of the Insurance Agency a three emergency medical suppliesin Approved extending a sesssionallthe "
secondary roads would now betaken year policy for fire and excess of $500. Brown was $1T)5,000 loan for three months. commissioners adjourned to a 'A
over by each county in extended l coverage for seven advised to contact George O. The money for the con- ,local restaurant for lunch.Escapees .
the slate. The DOT will not county buildings and the con- ; 1j

undertake any new work for tents of the buildings. The low .. ... "..... -' c,1I ,
which construction would not bid of $1,789 was $134 lower :''r .."",..':"
be completed. by July 1, 19HO. than the bid submitted by the ; ". e", ,
Charley Johns Agency, the 'I---, _
Previously the state has ; .
next lowest bidder, end $616 'to .,r
been) holding the fifth and less than the highest bidder, .j.,. ""''.
sixth cents of the 8 cents per Farm Bureau. y,
gallon state gas tax money : .
and giving the counties credit
for rl'surfal'inglnd maintenance Merritt Williams '. i Commissioners Check Illegal Dumping
of the secondaryroads. representing State Farm, told ..
the commissioners his i. I
company would not bid. p. County Commissioners Maxie Carter and E.W. Hodges check out Illegal garbage dumping on
"If they move as slow as 'Williams explained when it -. 'I 'Dog Pound" Road offUS-301near Container Corporation property.
the>' have in the past, we are came time to bid compensa Commissioners are studying steps to begin prosecuting offenders and plan to crackdown on
dead, now," commented tion and general liability, the 4 \legal dumping in the county with surveillance techniques.
commission chairman George "bad business" State Farm All the commissioners following the regular monthly meeting Monday made a driving tour of
Kohcrts. He added the county would not bid. Williams told ,: k ., portions of the county under discussion.
was not equipped\ handle the commissioners under
that t tpl' of construction.Also those circumstances it was M 1 .
) to be turned not right to bid for the "good
buck to the counties by business." r: Higher Room Rates Salaries
October is the responsibility of In other action the y4r'J', .I
maintaining the secondaryroads commissioners were reminded ,,; -

in the county. financial by disclosure clerk Gib Brown forms :::, : 'i'. I TalkAt BCH FinanceSessionThe "

Currently the county has must be filed with his office by :"" .,
five retopping projects July 15. Auditor Pat Farnsworth +, ., .. ..;\"SI .'(;+ P ; finance commitee of the Also included in the the hospital. Their bid price
totalling 25 miles to be let for on hand for the after ....,.'?.. ..#'. ..... ", Xrx W Bradford County Hospital proposed new budget is an increase was $54.420 for the 34.322
bids. The retopping{ of SK-225, noon budget session, clarifieda .a s Board of Trustees looked into of 7.12 percent in total square feet of roof space. The
7 mill's, SIM00) north toSIM6. portion of the forms must be its budgeting crystal ball salaries a move which roof the company wants to install -
the Kivless Highway Isl'xt.Itd filed in the clerk's office by Thursday night, July 21, and I Edmondson said would bring is an inch-thick coat of
to bo let for hid in July 15, while the other portion Canal Not Draining Crosby Lake saw increased salaries for the salaries up to the state urethane foam coated with
August t, other roads on the and the form to the employees and increasedroom scale. two thin coats of silicone
priority list: are SK-235: 7 Secretary of State must be rates. The new salary figures have rubber.
miles, from SIMM) SW to filed l by August 1 1. Checking on a complaint from the state Department of Environmental Regulation, county Rodger Young, a certified 14 hospital adminstrative per The urethane-silicone roof
junction of SH.2:1at: \ Brooker; commissioners look at a canal between Crosby Lake and Sampson Lake. The group discoveredthe public accountant associatedwith sonnel receiving more than could be poured on top of the
SK-221. H,5 miles, north of Financial disclosure for canal I was not draining I Into Sampson and w III notify the DEB it is not causing the water level in board auditor Albert H. the average 7.12 percent increase present roof without making it '
Uiutcy from DuPont to New county and other elected Crosby to drop. Crippen, gave committee with Edmondson receiving necessary to close the hospital :
liver: SH.2K( '\. 2.0 miles, officials must include primary The commissioners on their afternoon rounds of.the county following the monthly meeting members copies of the a pay hike of 23.6 per- while the work is being done .
Irons If/S. :WI. south of Lawtey sources of income, source of Monday also discussed using around$5.000)accumulated from selling fishing and hunting licensesto proposed budget for 197778. cent. There are 17 other A letter from Urethan .
to junction of Slt-223 in business income, creditors, build a boat ramp and picnic area possibly the area of Sampson and Crosby Lakes. The proposal included costs of employees who are to receive Systems, said that their roof
1..1l1t.SH"H' ono-luilf mile real and intangible property, Shown looking at the canal are!Mrs l Hazel) Paulk,E.W.Hodges, Dave Shuford and Mjxie Carter $70)) for one of four private salary increases greater than offers annual utility savings of
Iroin SIMOO) (the Charley intangible property, business while Chairman George Roberts checks out another view. rooms and $65 for a semi- 7.12 percent. from 25 to 30 percent.
private room, which are According to the new salarylist Edmondson also read a
increases from the presentrate there are 20 administrative letter he received from Sen.
of $r 5 and $r.I<). personnel and 89 other Lawton Chiles. Chiles wrote
r-------------------- However/ !Mrs Inez Green employees at the hospital.The that he does not favor price
said she favored a .17 percent entire board of trustees controls for hospitals because
ReportedStill increase to $110() for a privateroom will take up the budget tonight that would necessitate: a de'
I! MOVING I IWE SAlli and $70 for a semi- (Thursday) at 7 p.m. at the crease in goods and services
private room, and fellow hospital.In Ilealso! said he would look into
I I / At LargeTwo board member Dan Williamsand other actionEdmondson : the low mileage reimburse
hospital administrator revealed that ments for ambulances and ,
i ,___ ________________J Florida State Prison R.D. Edmondson agreed with Urethane Systems Inc., has county vehicles in Bradford
inmates; escaped early her submitted a bid for reroofingvice County.was .

ARE MOVMO TO 131 M.: CHERRY ST.irxDwrkh( Ado Pvtt) Satiirdf>y..ri6rninn. and after '
eludm $horiff's deputies and : :
tW other l law enforcement offi- f.Fuqua's r:
Mobile Office
By The End Of July fled cials the over state the and weekend are still have at .

large, the Department of

i I Hi' t L i Every Hem In Our Store b Offender reports. Rehabilitation To Visit Starke Wednesday ,

Henry/ Bosch. 37. and Scott
L' Reduced To Murl Milks, 22, were tracked I Congressman Don Fuqua's in a district as large as pleased with the response 1
1 Drastically through eastern Union County mobile office' will be in five ours." Fuqua said. "The from people on crevioiw lam ,
r 1L along the New River with communities in Bradford mobile office gives us an throughout the district, and,
bloodhounds after their 5:30a : County on Wednesday, July opportunity to talk to people that many problems had been I
Prevent Us It.
s w Moving m. escape and it was reported 27. face-to-face, about their cleared up by "cutting:
,,4: :;, that they attempted to Fuqua said the office will be problems! and concerns." through some of the 'j
steal a compact pickup truck parked at local post offices in The Congressman! said he bureaucratic red tape."
I i from Homer Hart, owner of each of the towns.
Mart's Feed Store on II W 100 The schedule is as follows: TitinuH Naiiiecl Service Manager '
: at the Bradford-Union County Broolcer. 9:30:! 10:30 a.m.;
line Graham 10--43: 11:45: a.m.. I
For Continental Co.
On Monday, between the Hampton 1 2 pm.; Starke Telephone ,
: vs i hours of 1 a.m. and 7 a.m, the 2:15.3:15: : pm,; Lawtey, 3:30-: "
escapees successfully stole a 4:30: p.m. Charles Titmus has been "We are changing from a ;
1976 Buick from Marvin "I( try to be aboard as oftenas named as Local Customer vertical type organization to
Pritchett of Lake Butler. I can," Fuqua said. Service Manager for the ", hatIe refer to as the
The car was recovered near "However, when Congress( is Starke area for Continental customer service department .
Corbin, Kentucky, Monday in session a member of n>y Telephone Company. concept! Itoach said. "Under ::'
V S night by Kentucky State staff will i be in the office to discuss Titmus! will have direct this customer service depart- I
'Police, but the escapees. are and try to help people responsibility for the Plant. ment concept all of the functions .
still at large. with their concerns. I would Commercial and Service directly effecting our
Busch was sentenced in 1973 like to invite anyone with a Center operations for the following customers are. brought to- ;
to 15 years for robbery- problem concerning the exchanges: Kingsley gether under the direction of 1
Dade County and Milks 22 Federal Government to stop Lake Lawtey and Starke. one manager a customer
was sentenced in 1974 to three by." Titmus has 17 years in the service manager who is-
iah& years for breaking and However/ Congressman telephone business. He beganhis responsible for the overall
entering'!: with intent to Fuqua is in Washington at this career as a lineman for direction of tht'Se'arious '
commit t a misdemeanor and time, and ,he will not be General Telephone functions.
\ \\ '# Carry conspiracy, a felony. accompanying his mobile Electronics in 1960.; He joined "As I see it, this arrangement
office unit during this visit. Continental Telephone in 1973 should improve the
Once Ii U | <-9 er Members of his staff will be as a CPU Engineering quality of service we' can
Slori there to answer any questions Assistant in Weaverville provide to our customers, because .
life Bon. Chv1oW At the age of 22. Ludwig un you might have. North Carolina.In all the various elementsthat
Beethoven paid 19 cents to Fuqua said the mobile office 1974 he was named are a part of telephone!
W. lnatall take his first music lesson service was initiated earlier Outside Plant Supervisor and service will be more tightly IscEoordina !
from Franz Joseph Haydn in this year to help better serve from 1976 until this recent ted." t:
Vienna. the people of the Second promotion, has served asLocal Hooch went on to say. "In }c
CARPETREMNANTS jAJi/ONGOLEUM Congressional I District and is Plant Supervisor in addition to the Customer i
TRAVEIADVENTUREw on a regular schedule of visitsto Starke said W C. Roach, Jr., Service Department we will ,
towns throughout the 23- Gulf Division Manager for have a Network Services
No Wax EDUCATION county district. Continental. Department which will he

'See Chief US "The increasing number of Continental will be Implementing responsible for facilities 'J
Kelly Navy
problems being presented to a new customer administration. operator
SHORT VINYL12x9 'Recruiting Station Starke our Washington office and our oriented organizational structure service, and central office
'Monday 10 A.M. Til 2 P.M. two district offices points out to become effective switching, and we will also ..
SHAG .Bradford Square lain 1 -?-1? clearly the need for such ser- August I I. said Roach.F have a Network Design r
THRU 12x12 Sq. Yd.$550E Department which will be .I :.
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l.222! 1 MOTORS I weapoN.instruction They in. also field receive radio

Teal Til* & Carpet operations tank maintenance, map reading and repair.and ,

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I ti 1II I Page 10 TKLEGRAPII July 21.11177I

*."( i iiii I Dream of Being An Outlaw Led To Death of Prisoner

A boyhood dream of beingan Broward counties, conducted into the slaying.
outlaw in the notorious parently killed with a bloody _
WANTED WANTED James gang led to prison and piece of sharpened scrap During his three-month oa
\ death for Joe Saylor, 34. who metal found next to his bodyon robbery spree in late 1968\ and i
F I, Good Used Surplus Restaurant Equipment was slain with a sharpened the floor of his six-man cell. early 19119; ,Saylor worked witha
piece of scrap metal in his UCI partner known as "Jesse

Of Most Kinds Contact Us cell<(

:.: \ And Oh Yes We Have The Saylor was so obsessed with

his gangster illusion that he SFCC President at Rotary
; Best Deal For You With New even called himself "Frank Sneaker
James" during a string of
I. i & Used Restaurant Equipment Etc. more than 36 robberies that Alan J. Robertson president operation In the U.S. will'be
centered mostly on con.venience of Santa Fe Community located In Bradford High

i The Restaurant Equipment Co. stores. College; : was guest speaker at School and should be ready for '
Saylor. who had been sentenced the Starke Rotary Club last service during the coming
925 W. Adams Jax. to three life terms for week. term.
: I robberies in Dade and

Robertson described!' a new The speaker was introducedby Employees Complete Minimum Standards Curriculum

computer assistance service,. Guy Andrews a member of
r provided by the college, which the SFCC board who also Department of Offender Rehabilitation employees recently completing minimum I stan IdaIda
: will soon be placed on-line to introduced Mrs. Hazel Hardy, curriculum in the Correctional Training Institute at Raiford are: Randall McCoicrn: and
HAP4' aid students in making a a new member of the board Nicholas R. Pescara from Law ley Correctional Institution; Jack I.. I.unkfoi-d. nudnlllh l l| Itliodon
career choice based on their who was recently appointed to and Harry W. Gerhardt from Florida State Prison.
individual values lie said the succeed James Bloodworth The curriculum of training Is designed to Intensify the exposure of the officer mid to develop
atTWOBIT&LE 1 in Starke Ewt\ first such terminal placed in who resigned. him professionally. The program Includes instruction In the Criminal Justice S> sli>m, Legal
ff Aspects of Corrections, Operational Procedures Principles of Supervision. I Ilu.man Relations und
Technical I Training Skills which Include firearms first aid and fire fighting technique

; FROZEN DMDESSEiffTO Inmate Death Was Murder, Not SuicideThe lire A "boat

Every Monday & Tuesday -O-
CALORIES' THAT TASTE LIKE A MILLION death of FSP inmate lI/1d/ a suspect is being held Tatro. 3D had been found RatesC

6-PACKS STRAWBERRY Hobert Lee Tatro. first According to information per. dead in his one-man cell at the it
thought: to be suicide is now sonnel with the Department of prison Sunday night. July 10 >ti
; BEEF HAMBURCER..2S. PINTS CHOCOLATE said to have been murdered Offender Rehabilitation with a sheet wrapped aroundhis ( ( 1)1 )

neck. lie was on the floorof Merrill Deus utilities!
FRENCHFRIES.....................25 CUPS fe ittL VANILLA ..... his cell located in in open manager, said some ol tin-

I ARE.:TE61 DQ SHAKE................25' Now Taking Applications population housing wing of the interruptions i were necessary oil
prison. All cells were locked at in switching iron I fuel to

DQ SUNDAE..........................25' the time of the incident. natural gas and l wore
I ((I'I'f For Sewing Machine Operator The incident apparently unu voidable, '
oll l'ilhl III l
Breakfast For Every Taste begun us a scheme to get Out of town

Saved Daily, From s AM 10 1 11 1 A A' ( Experience Helpful But Not Necessary) Tutro transferred to the .. jtfir' Holiday I Inn and J l'iniilVViKKly \
I hospital ward according to : said that power nilos!
1 (Eggs, Ham, Bacon, Sausage, Hashbrowns, Apply At Asst., State Atty. Tom Elwell, r in Starke wore the highest 1 ol
Grits & Buttermilk Biscuits TO C 'iont 's' 32 'I Oi Cup but ended in homicide.The any of their npc ritioii.s: in
o.i o. inmate suspect who Florida, find hid, juiiiuil.|
Queen was housed in an adjoiningcell since the last rate il1l'l".IW.
i Dairy Weekdays til 5:30pn:: had planned to aid Tatroin from six percent( of Miles to !12:
964.7478 faking a suicide attemptthat percent, figure lh.it \\a -
1401 N'. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. Ito
L Saturday til 2pm 496-3601 jOn involved hanging, Elwell :starting |Il'l.p.rww> tin'
described according to what SUCCCSslllI operau1)1) 1)1 tlll'll,
'- witnesses told him. The bus!ness.Unbelts.

/lost E fSr/_ I1a sale Thursday, suspect'took the end of the also (questioned| Hit'.
E LE sheet from Tatro the I Jlal I stilt'harge oll"> prictMttper
Li"Wt .. and !
Friday Saturday
nul $" Eaglet beginning of which had been { month Iud ,.d |11I-111I1'111
64 a t9Mk tied around Tatro's throat. surcharge which heaid
why? print, The bedsheet could not be should be variable, lo, u'stubonly
BAN.AMnIrARff pulled up over the bars, Elwell Crosby Attends the price ini-i'en-i1 in\ lucllle'uas .
related so the suspect pulled load lli.il Hi.- tit'\ h.f..
Tatro along the floor until he Guard AcademyWarrant cli-cUk-d the I ll.il I charge, |IK'i I
I reached the door of the cell. ninth hilRl1 Its iliMlplllCI'.
Tatro's head was them Officer I Al billing :systemundd<1 II..M\ lube

jammed against the door and Crosby assistant ii'pniiiMimiu'ier! >
f the sheet was pulled until headquarters, comnuiiul.int of IllOlltll III OI'clCI'/ III I'lll'Cl a
Tatro suffocated the Florida National Guard; change in surcharge rule
The suspect had put both :\1 ilita Academy, looks over In oilier iiclioi .ii the
feet against the wall while the day's work sheets at his k'lin'ltv imt'lui. iln, t uiiiii'il
Record breaking savings of up to 41 % pulling the sheet that was desk.V(> Crosby, attending proved ..<.- oiII i l i"oii'-
choking Tatro and then threw tWit weeks active training/ at ,iiccilinu| gnil 1,1.lolaiin,' ,
water on Tatro's body to the Academy, is the siiJI.HJ';:! : : lor h.i-o t II and
I determine whether he was Administrative Supply,.. IMi.iM1': III 01| lit,- cilx cut I
dead witnesses told Ehvell. Technician tat the Randall t'. ''xpan.inll{ : suit waste,, dl pn"al
!7 -:1 i r' Representatives Irom the ('hiuyrmory in Sliirke. :.\:-.I'm. It aUii. ;uitliofi/r l 1 thrnl
I : MEN! WHY NTS1641S DOK said it is expected that culling l hi>id> bur iii.

k1 FOR charges would be brought "'iigl net'rliig linn to) eondiii't

: + POLYESTER SUCKS? against the suspect, which I I'ha.l'1 II which\ piovidt's\ lor
p until that time will remain televising sewer\ lines, 10

unnamed by the end. of this ( yhb/ice/i I determinehii/ e repairs are
kosher Jpicklt'M : 8 8 month. needed I I'li.f-o III iifoicli": lor
I r I'4ob% y' itl Talrohucntel'ed prison in the purc'ha..iw 'it, 'land loij,' an

0 l'J7i.'\ (; was serving( 11 five-year Some people believe that irrigation spray ,systfin.:
HaneaXMne tsilurlxed sentence in connection ith dropping a bunch of key. Couneil cilso signed the lieu
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Premium whet dill* Irssb- Mylon-relnlorced( vinyl with $aemlees molded pintle wVALUE r Service reveals that Florida Indiana Minnesota,
PLUSI \\ full meet with the
packed hi.reusable Jarl sturdy sottd braee coupling. snap Nd.Gr..n wlblxA lid. 1 Farmers are behind $107.2 Kansas.
IIIKI; electricaloikers!
The news did not surprise
MEN'S DENIM JEANS Million dollars in cash
Florida members of union on Thursday and pie-
i DISC. 5.94 receipts from marketing the Agribusiness grower Institute sent its itsreiUfsl| tollieC'inmc'il 1
PRICE r'I SAVE compared to the first quarter
13% who have been seeing red ink in .in (executive session atpin. a:
Prsshrunk, denim, reinforced.. I I 'CREW SOCKS of 1976. all season. The freeze, the TIII'hd..IY. July a: < stitching 4 pok.t 2-M. January through March drought unfair foreign The lollovMiiy lou bids \\ereaccepted
AS 2R1.o 0
1976 statistics showed competition rising production h:>' I the found I on

:- 1OO* cotton w/ollan-.raek farmers' cash receipts from costs. and inflation have used city t |iiipmentA -
nylon cuahkxi tool marketing at $8890 million. plagued farmers for months \\' lnulsof* Jtiiksonvilli1. -
This year for the same periodthe While growers and agri- l.4iid<< for :ll used
amount reported was businss related repre- translorrners.:
rs down $107.2 million sentatives indicated too much Thornton Salvage ('0. of
9AVE 23: % VALUE SAVE 21% $781.8.
PLUSf last This as their main Starke, l.-4ltlto.i for sevenused
tit ht OBVSfSB from year. represents government
r a 12 percent decrease in problem energy costs,
F1 DISC. / cash receipts for Florida inflation and shrinking profit $$235:;: :; lor two tons of scrap
::.68 C 1894 'i1 F +
PRICE SAVE 13% farmers. margins give them consider

AdN.tMN Name, large. fuel hewer curtain, msr* win Choice of three fregrsncesnon : BASKETBALL SHOES //1 The U.S. total was 21806.1 able worry.
".Aseorled color. dow curtain*,two lie back. (..- ,pin*or Kara) 7 ox. million which had increased Florida vegetable and citrus

3 43 $490 million since last year. farmers battled the freeze,
i increase faced the toughest
The average per compe-
Arch lupporl tor comfort O +
Some sepal* Moos 712. state came to $436.1 millionfor tition ever from foreign <(From< Page" 1 II 1

the first quarter. Florida's imports and saw their farm Sltt.WHl;: ( lor the services! The
$781.8 placed our state in 9th production costs jump. superintendent said this! Mould
't Y
I 0 SUPER BUYII ER 8 .( come to about $.S per student

I MEN'S PAJAMAS CHAMBRAY SHIRTS for health care Some of Ihe
services the health department .
I WAII5 44 3
would pro vice would be

I ,,,ti tr Long ........ long "a.. In Elio Cotten eh.mbrq, hod screening programs, health
SAVE 2.DO VAUJEPLUSI SAVE 41* Vn '" prim.. or.aid..A.B.C.D. .N.w.,M to XL,kng.. OWN AN AUTO education and Hive bus
6O" PLASTIC POOL 48" VINYL CANOE EAGLE 9V BATTERY : drivers annual physicals

I Wa WAS 7. 96 MDISC 2 97 .Tae 23c SUPER \1+ 1SICtI PARTS CENTERSecurity system which now s1:) each.cost the school

I p MEN'S MESH CASUALS VALUE PLUSI -The board heard a request
No-took. pots con.truc11cn. Sturdy myt with. safe. Row Long-loding performance In WOMEN'S COOL ( from ('uun I director Sally
...orlydea/orlWd..fgnw nht. .bright.animal. ."' ..18n.I r.dlaedteulaa*,elc. ?WAe ati 3.44 SUMMER TUBES sf + Nelson to furnish a check for

I SA VC 1.07 Open war. nylon in whit, can be assured for you and the $9,000 requested from the
1 E66
\ board
I f CORNINGSUNSENSOR black or brown. 9l eti 7-12. to replace equipmentfor )
.I. N DISC PRICE your family in a wide choice of locations. Head Start that was! lost in

'I f at I SUNGLASSES rWas.4e Stretch tube styles In h.041W. Excellent Income potential as owner the May fire at RJE. !Mrs.
J .. ...._,I.M.I.. CN: Nelson said she was mislead
. I 88 y 'A of an auto parts center. by newpaper reports that the

SAVE ist Partial financing available./ board had already voted to
u AND STRETCH KNIT give Head Start the amount
L SHORTS TO MATCH requested from the insurance

/ VALUEPLUSi )'l. Contact: Pat Henderson settlement and building.
Gaskins said the paper was incorrect -

; LAMP WITHREFLECTOR CAST IRON SKILLET Pull-on style w/eleslk> AMERICAN PARTS SYSTEM, INC. cussion had taken place no
I TOTE E88 VAWEPLUS i waiel. AMI.colors, t-le. N action had been taken Mrs.
: BAG 3.99 PRICE3. 97 SPORT/DUTY OXFORDS 450 N. Lane Ave. Nelson was asked to presentan
2T-14M24: -- 1t M; itemized list of
i -WJe; 2S"-tietfjn; DISC.MICE 10..." diameter w/rwatpro** Due, tine > Jacksonville Fla for expenditures
study by the board.
: wood handle. ,hanging ring 3 I t 1 ;32205
Zc -The board approved two
I II SAVE 11* White trid-lin.d trkiyl with phone additions to the school board
II II I SAViM* In women' 9-10.
or.p..04.* rules for
I I CN p1CET VASELINE f I ,,_..'""" ...... 904-781-7434 a reports and form
I U INTENSIVE t W management control system
V -'n N \1 i/ and a paragraph that "all
" lotlaARu ray / 7/,. 8/4
l \ i1.29 monies allocated for text-*
I regular or lrhherbal. ii books, library
/ resources and
.i other
instructional materials
'i/ .
970 fa- \ and supplies shall be providedon
wAei4e 1r Free Estimates an equitable basis to all
i l y schools."
I AVE 17* SAVE 2 C SAVE 14% 4 1 -Also approved
REDWOOD TRELLIS OR VASELINE SURE AMTI- -- SAVE 19% SAYtllft SAW 11%_ I ...... Instructional were 17
Letlon- 10 e*., P non-instruc;1
... r.:1.64 eitra-elrenetti. 83 3 fAe WAS Il A n$ w4t 8(, :::3.44 Ich.w STEAMLINER CARPET CLEANING tional instructional appointments I personnel, summer,

a IL 5-f.., 1.39 () WA.SSd ,_ 100% eotten t.rry. SI.t. E..r-..- aetysslareeMesiIn .fere* ear t lied feneissnim. Deep Soil Extraction MethodJack leaves of absence! transfers
--.-.......ldrir WAS 1M (LMMI 2)) .s7i .s M...In Irw wnnN.1 c.l .t _..c_..Coys'tta.JlZW.MadisoiSt. .wi whs,..,*'SA and resignations.
I The school board set July 28,
E.AGLE THE CONVENIENT H 1 100's 'ALL PACKS Kendrick Home 485-1528 7 p.m for a special meeting.
I FAMILY DISCOUNT CIGARETTES 5tU4a11KING Brook, Florida 24 Hr. S rv,' 372-3000 Following Ihe niceluiK the

.. i Open "..'Iv 9 tol9 SundV t,6 6 964-7513 Plus Tax $411' 50' Tf teacher board reconvened |II> Uiscumi
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Jul\21.ts77y TELEGHAI'IIPage II

Aftermath of A Fire FORESTRYIN


BY Richard Schroeder i
:l::::.k'::*: Phone 1164-65S4-. }" y I

Ordinary as it is, pure, fresh !
cool water is a subject of
concern in Florida. Citizens in
the ever expanding Central
and South Florida populationareas
are wondering how
much of this precious
resource there Is left to meet I
future growth needs

The Florida Division of
Forestry points out that the
state's' woodlands like

wetlands, are an importantkey
to the growing water

"Forests Influence the .
water cycle in many ways" I
explains Division Water
Kingsley Beach Quality Specialist John Greis.
George Kowaiski manager were busy Bill lIelsabeck (left) and helper. The coins, about$1.00 worth were then hauled i way in a garbage i
burned coins from pinball Tuesday morning emptying ( can: for shipment to the Federal Reserve Hank where they : Most often the headwatersof
machines and screening them to will be redeemed for -
remove trash shiny new ones. great American rivers
1t\ originate from mountains and
'- m tMpI ,' t ----- : 4 mountain forests-unless they
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do the reverse like several' I

EDITORIALS I O [ wetlands.Florida rivers, and are born in I I,

Charred tree stands. a symbol of Sunday's fire at Kingsley Beach In the midst of rubble all
,..-. -_. ", ra that if left of the 300-ft. long frame building where thousands sought recreation on the shores of Trees, by their very nature,
Kingsley Lake during holiday weekends. are part of this vast intricate .
hydrologic process making up i
the rain cycle. ,

I CODESNeeded Parents Asked to Observe New Dress CodeIn floods The forests themselves don't they prevent do : .'. .

in School As Well As in Life moderate the peaks and lows I ,
and work as efficient blottersto F
Shopping For Back-To-School ClothesParents reduce water loss while

Parents of Bradford County public rights end when and where they beginto controlling loss. valuable topsoil i

school students will soon be receiving interfere with the rights of others
of school age safety which are not allowed"the "When forests cut and
copies of the new "Student Conduct And are I
children should be guided by following are listed: subdivisions
Discipline Code" recently drawn up and As pointed out in the Code "The most provisions of the new dress replaced centers by t
chopping highways or
approved by the School Board "to help effective learning takes place in an code In making purchases for a. Bare feet.b. industrial developments

your son or daughter gain the greatest atmosphere of cooperation, mutual back-to-school clothing: for ;l. Zori, thongs or other potential valuable ground
benefit from his her their children for the 1977-78 : footwear securedto water off surface
possible or school respect, and pleasing appearance. school term not properly runs as dirty
starting August
experience." In order to do this "The the foot. water Greis explained.
Schools are a preparation for life. 29, according to information -
school] is in need of your help and Success in adult life is dependent upon supplied by the School Board a aLd c. Sunglasses inside When water is retained

cooperation" the preface to the code courtesy willingness to cooperate, and office. buildings, unless a medical where it falls, the swamps
states. factual permit is on file hammocks and even the dayuplands .
appearance, as as Copies of the new Student its ,
regenerate purity
knowledge." Conduct and Discipline Code d. Hair improperly secured
That is about as plain as the School by percolating action gently
purposeof recently adopted by the for hazardous locations and-or "releasing it to the rivers and
the code could be stated for unless Every student attending school has Board in compliance with a a activities (shop etc.) streams for recreation and t I

the student gains "the greatest possible the right to obtain an education under new state law effective July 1, Clothing and styles fishing, or to city watermains i
benefit from his her school will be distributed to studentsas to replenish the ( Isumers' I
or experience" thirsty con
conditions that conducive to the hazardous to health and-or
are take-home item at the Under the heading of
a b Shorts (except in elementary
the time of the child has been safety which are discouraged: supply' ; ,
learning experience without the opening of school with a Unacceptable Behavior the school). ,
wasted, the time of the teacher and ad- distraction of disorderly conduct, inap- return sheet to be signed by code lists the following as "In- a. Shoes with metal taps, The forest is the best of all I
ministrators has been wasted the tax propriate dress, obscene language, or the student and the parent. appropriate and-or distracting c, Caps hats, or helmets at natural covers for minimizing
money of the parents has been wasted, appearance and school (except for' special b Shoes with excessively overland flow.> runoff and
other code violations the of those
on part However in order to dress": occasions such as sub- high heels or platforms.,
erosion and it is the
well funds the state. most :
provided by
as as
who have never learned where their prevent parents from pur- normally cold days, etc =not
The greatest waste of all, perhaps is the rights end and the rights of others chasing items of dress that a. Bare midriff, see-through to be worn inside buildings). it c. Hair the fashioned such that practical the purity answer and usefulness to stabilizing of

loss of earning capacity of the studentover begin. may not be in conformancewith clothing without appropriate d. Lack of proper under covers eyes. our water about which so ;
a lifetime of employment when he the code, the School undergarments halters, garments.e. Parents are asked to clip out many are concerned.
Board has made an advance backless dresses, tvbe tops these guidelines and refer to
has taken of his full
not advantage That is what the code of conduct and Clothing
release of information con- (unless covered by appropriate improperly them when making purchasesof "Our threatened water
educational opportunities to realize his discipline is designed to do, and parentsare cerning unacceptable student outer garment) fastened. back-to-school items in the resources are dependent,on
ultimate earning potential.To asked to assume their share of the dress. .(except K-3)). next few weeks prior to the ,conservation or" our '
f. Clothing with words .opening of school. woodlands as a --whole not <9 f
responsibility by: .1' .
reach this desirable goal I of "the. u r .' t phrases, symbols pictures, just, our wetland..;: ..Greis 1, .
patches,or insignia which
are All students will be expectedto -
greatest possible benefit" from the Establishing and maintaining,in the obscene, profane, or sug comply with the code, and emphasized. j ji. ,i

school experience, certain rules and home, a positive attitude toward / gestive.g. infractions will be dealt with i..

regulations are necessary, just as theyare education. Count/ Agent's By *.... Hair grooming acces- by disciplinary: action ranging :
exacted in life from the cradle to the Bobby a sories in hair; or combing,' from student-teacher con
Notebook ( brushing or otherwise ferences to suspension from ij i \
grave.In Showing an interest in their child's Taylor dressing hair anywhere school and all school acti-
school work and progress through vities, depending on (the
\ in restrooms.
a statement of purpose, the School regular communication with the school; ,. except seriousness of the offense and Ninety percent of the U.S.
Code says, "It should be pointed out that Under "Clothing and styles the number of times > grape crop is grown in

although parents and students have Assisting their child with dressingin Looks like we are finally or throughout the orchard.; If hazardous to health; and-or committed. California.

many rights guaranteed by state and a neat, clean, and wellgroomedmanner getting some much welcomed needed necessary webworms can' be -1
rain. This is by killed with a spray application
federal laws and court decisions these
; from home- I-1
most everyone containing sevin or other
rights end when and where they beginto -Insuring their child's regular daily owners to folks with pasturesand approved insecticide when the "
interfere with the rights of others. livestock.So worms are small and before

Most importantly, students need to attendance; far. I haven't heard heavy feeding has begun.If a

know that every right carries with it the Reporting and explaining anyone fussing about the rainor there are not many
responsibility to exercise that right any thundershowers even colonies or webworms it may
absence the school
wisely, and that failure to do so may to ; though some fishing trips or be practical to remove the
other outings or vacations webs from the trees by
result in loss of
privileges. Essentially, -Informing the school of any might be slightly interrupted. pruning or burning the webs
1 1t 1w
then the for conduct is in
before the caterpillars have
condition or circumstance that
may .j.jt
the hands of each individual student, and Most of our lawngrasses left them and before they
affect their child's ability to learn to
ornamentals, trees and other
disruptive behavior shall result in certain have done much feeding. Usea "
attend school regularly, or to participatein plants have been under stress long-handled tree pruner, or
in this
consequences" as specified school activities; Because of the heat and dry bamboo pole with a hook or t .
document. conditions. Seems like plants lighted rag that has been
under stress are more soaked in kerosene.Of ,
-Cooperating with the school when yL
For whatever reason whether over susceptible to diseases
indifference in the their child is involved in a disciplinarymatter insects and nutrient course, use caution when -
permissiveness or
deficiencies. If this is insecticide .
so a applying any or w
home; a general laxness in the rules of critical time for your plants the home remedy of burning I

conduct, and the letdown of moral and I suggest that you be on with a ong-handled torch.
be worthwhile
The Code imple-
standards because of the constant can a the lookout for pests and initiate -
bombardment of off-color material in ment in achieving its stated objective a control program as There are several other In- .
but only if it has the cooperation of all early as possible. sects that attack our pecan I'
movies television and publications -
trees that damage production
three elements involved the school,
many young people, as well as adults, Speaking of pests I have but their evidence is not so t.
the parents, and the students seen quite a few trees and unsightly as the iChildren i--
have lost sight of the fact that their pecan apparent J
with fall webworms. These fall webworm. Things like the
caterpillars feed in colonies nut and leaf casebears, shuck. I t.I .
and make unsightly webs on worms, aphids spittlebugs .
'HORRIBLE'Describe the trees during the summer mites and several other
and Fall. Usually all the species can attack the tree
I members of the colony hatch throughout the year. ages( 714. are shown during their afternoon at McDonald's just ;finishing up the
Florida's New Traffic Late from a mass of eggs depositedon drinks they made themselves as part of the tour of the hamburger restaurant. The children also III'
a leaf by a_single moth. To control all Insects. and enjoyed a movie about hamburgers, a tour of the restaurant and received :McDonald's hats and

was all he was going to pay. The caterpillars feed on the most serious disease of puppets.
Apparently the 1977 Legislature both surfaces of the leaves pecans called scab, requires a Tiny Tots Get Look At McDonald's
created a Frankenstein monster when it County Clerk Gib Brown said the new and enlarge the web as they definite and regular spray 'I IIttADtORD
passed Florida's new "safe driver incentive law would require at least one additional need more leaves for food. starting about mid-April and
plan" more than doubling the fines his office to handle the continuing at three-week Two all beef patties special program got to try their hand They were given a
employee in When fully grown the intervals throughout the sauce lettuce cheese in McDonaldland. Tuesday McDonald's hat and puppet
for moving vehicle traffic violations in paper work which Includes listing all caterpillars are a little more summer. The spray-control pickles: onions on a sesame afternoon, 19 youths from the and saw a film about ham 1
order to pay a puny "bonus" to driversto cases of traffic violations in the county, than one inch long and are program also requires ade- seed bun. yes area youths ages 7-14 had their turn. burger history. t J
go through the year with no although the law applies only to covered with long white and quate coverage of all leaves have been singing the praisesof .
black hairs. this chain The youths were taken The children even got to try 1 l
blemishes their record. vehicles They spin flimsy and twigs and involves equip hamburger this
on accidents involving moving ; their own hand t the fast food
and a
cocoons beneath loose debrison ment that is too expensive for week as over 30 children through the storage room (.
making monthly distributions of the or just below the surface of the homeowner with just a few received tours of Starke's freezer and shown how to business as each child was ,'* ,\
Bradford County officials are joining portion of the fines due the State and the soil. Usually there are two trees. McDonalds's, arranged by make hamburgers, French given the opportunity to fix' 3
those all over the state who are de also the various municipalities in the broods per year" with the Store Activities Representative fries and shakes. their own drink i U A

nouncing the bill as "monstrous" and county, If the accident occurs within second brood being larger and My suggestion Is to follow a Mrs. Betty Allen, of
"horrible."They predict that most of the their limits; and then the final rebate at fall.more damaging later in the good fertilizer and possibly Starke. Water Well Permits Increase ;1 1''

additional fines paid by the victims will the end of the year to drivers who have irrigation) program and hope Monday morning. 15 'd I

be gobbled up in increased costs of not had a conviction. In addition to this Control needed of only the fall when webwormIs the In- a insects damaging and disease factor will, for not tree be division children of from the Starke the Tiny Recrea-Tots In Suwannee River District ;;;I \ ,}
and in
administration on the county level expense, there will be increased costs in the tree growth or nut production. .' I 1I
sects are numerous tion summer youth
The Division of Of the 238 permits 214 were
Tallahassee so that even the good because more drivers receiving citationswill ..
the Suwannee River. Water for domestic use, 16 were for
drivers will receive only a few dollars at trail rather than
demand a jury pay Management District reports Irrigation six were for public: +,
the end of the hardly enough to for speeding fine QRIQ \\ t ? l
year the $57.75 required a that the number of permits supply and two for Industrial
make it worthwhile to go through the and the up to $462 that can be levied for issued for water wells have use. Suwannee County had the i ;

red tape of applying for it. driving while intoxicated convictions. iligr P4N'o been averaging well over 200 most accounting for 45 t
ACiwtN per month for the past four Columbia County was second
Governor Askew is under pressure to! Awwsla months. At the District with 42. and that part 01 ,!l

The new law was less than a week old call a special one-day session of the: O o t.7C (1""* White Governing Board meeting In Alachua County within the SUo ,
\ Butt( G FfRG'JSON' JOHN M. MILLER Springs Headquarters River Water Management
from and far wannee
before it came under sharp'attack Legislature to repeal the law, so 1'IOM. Publisher Sid Allen, Division Chief of the District was third
the roots level all the way to the he has resisted. But if the protests get, Permitting section reportedthat "
grass with 31.
btafkl. highest
second Class Matter the Post Office et ; la. under e
at ,
entered as
of those hit Pul Jisimt tMchTlHiridav ml issued
Florida Supreme Court. Many louder and longer,as more people get 238 permits were If the number f d
A. lot Much :.1 1879 for the month of .
who are paying the heavier fines in by the heavy penalties .he may find it; SiitJscnpiKXi, rate n',ade area. .7 per year: $4 s.montnv ,bringing the total through May of water well permits is any" I r

Bradford County are doing so under prudent to relent and give the law- Outside(trade;.w a: $8 per year;$4 50*.months.' c"llof".a May:31, 1977,to 2.869 since this Indication 01 growth, then this

protest, and one remitted only the customary makers a chance to correct what appears! 6.1I1, b f'rn' Starke r.Fla., < ,sytem was put into 'effect area Is beginning amount to. show a

$25 with a letter stating that to have been a serious mistake. January 1,, 1978.. substantial

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PaMadi TELEGRAPH St.. Thi Is77 ,., Presbyterian Fourth, In Men's Church Tournament I

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Third place in Men's for Madison Street was Joey had taken over them and kept only one run until the seventh, single and a double.
Church Subdistrict Tourna Bennett with two singles and a throughout the game. where they seemed to get hot. For First Presbyterian,
ment this past weekend was double. Eddie Blalock had a Eddie Blalock did have two Parkview scored one run Pete Puckett and Pete
handed to Madison Street single and a double and Mike singles for a 2-for-3 for the alter J.-three and it Capassa had a single and a I Lk
Baptist with First Gaskins and PD. Cain had game and W. Testone had a would have double and Mike Sanders went r E t4
Presbyterian taking fourth two singles each. single and a double.Presbyterian the chance to pick up the other with two singles for the game. ryp 1
place out of eight teams. First Presbyterian took the picked up two needed to tie the game, At the top of the seventh the _
The other six teams playingin plate in the fourth game of the their first win in the tourna- when they flew out twice score was Presbyterian 4, ____
the tournament at Westside tournament, but didn't ment when they took New consecutively, their third and Madison St. 7. Presbyteriangot r n t Na, _
Park were the Lake City manage to take the game River 9.5.Leading. final out being a fielder's two consecutive outs, and I
Calvary Temple, New Riverof against Wesley, as they lost the hitting attack choice. then started to get hot. They :' ,
Lake Butler, Gainesville 11-5 for Presbyterian, the team Presbyterian's next game came in with two runs and had
First Baptist Gainesville Dale Haas was rallying for racked up a total of 15 hits for against Ridgeview was for Puckett on base after a single. ; !
Kidgeview, Gainesville Presbyterian during the game the game was Dale Haas who feited as Ridgeview had an illegal The score was tied six to six
Wesley and Lake City despite the loss scoring a went 4-for-4 with a home run, player giving
Parkview. home run and a single. Steve two singles and a double. Presbyterian another win. now.The
Thomas came up with a single Buddy Paterson had three The two Starke teams got next player was out on a t ,
First Baptist of Gainesvilletook and a triple and Buddy singles and Steve Thomas, J. their first chance to play each pitcher-first baseman v iuv vly, ; ,,
first place and Gaines- Paterson had three singles for Womack and Randy Martin other in the twelfth game of combination, ending the .
I ville Wesley grabbed second the game. each had two singles.To the tournament, with MadisonSt. game. _
place.Madison. Madison Street came up for recap, Presbyterian and Madison St.'took a loss in r ;,
Street's first game play in the fifth game of the Madison Street are both 1-1 at coming out ahead 7-6. their last game against First
against Calvary Temple tournament against First this point.Madison. Madison Street had a slight Baptist. with the final score
proved an easy win, as they Baptist of Gainesville, but Street's next game lead throughout the game, but 11-4
took the game 10-3. took a crushing loss of 153. was a close one, as they beat up until the end, the win be- Madison St, got off to a good
By the end of the fourth Gainesville's team was Parkview of Lake City 4-2. longed to anyone. start, getting six hits and four
inning, which was Madison hitting them all over the Madison had picked up their Leading the hitting attack runs in the first inning, but -
Street's strongest, they had place, but even with the nine four runs by the end of the for Madison Street was Joey after that all Madison St
taken a 10-1 lead over Calvary hits Madison Street had, it third inning, and scored no Bennett, with a 3-for-3 and seemed to do was fly out. They
Temple wasn't enough to even come further. Parkview, on the three singles. Lamar Williamsand only got one hit in the rest of Madison Street Baptist
Leading the hitting attack close to the lead, First Baptist other hand, remained with Eddie Blalock both had a the game. The
Madison Street Ha ptlsts. taking/( second place In the Men's Class "B" District Tournament,
I -. kneeling:' (tI-r) Eddie ISIulmk. Joey Bennett Kenny Chitty, Fdward: Christmas Bob .Patterson

I Dixie Boys All Stars I jA Starling Girl and Standing Stuart Duncan.: Randall Davis. Calvin Page. Gary Osteen Garrth Jones, Dwayne Alday George

I Shulord. Mike Gaskl'', Wayne Teston. Lamar Williams. Harold Branhant and Charles Blalock.
Wins First Missing Is P.I. Cain

Lose To Gainesville

I Skiing RaceCheri
Ke r .
I Starke Civitan All Stars in hit for the game that one from ell .
the Dixie Boys League made it Kevin Griffis in the sixth who
I I .. Starling, IS, daughterof
Gainesville for tourna brought in the.only run.
I to a 1, Mr and Mrs. Paul E.
ment Wednesday and -
Starling of Kingsley Lake
In the second the All
Thursday evening but that is game won the Powder-Puff slalom
where it ended. Stars managed to pick up
seven hits and four runs, but itwasn't skiing competition sponsored $rl
Ski-Skats Club of I
by Orange e
nearly enough, as they
The All Stars played two Park
lost 12-4 to Gainesville East. Sunday. .
one Wednesdayagainst
games This was the fifth event at '
Gainesville West and Doctors Ihlet, but the first rha r
Gaines- Bill Goodge had two singles
one Thursday against competition for Cheri, who
ville East, but they couldn't and came in on one of them managed to slalom the two-
seem to win either of them.In during the game, giving him a and-one-half mile buoyed
for-3.. Ricky Edmondson also
course for thirty minutes
their first game, where had two singles, giving him a Dixie Boys All-Stars without falling. Cheri and her
they lost 7-1, their only run 2-for-3.. Front row was made by Eddie:: McGee, bat boy Dude Paladlno, Ricky Edmondson, Chuck Johnson happening to take along her
who had made it to base on an Since the All Stars lost out in Middle row- Kevin Grlffls, Cary Bramble Randy Waters, ski is, with no hopes of a boat f
error. both games, they will not go Scott Polk Zane Duncan. being there without a skier ;
The All Stars only had one any further in the tournament. Back row- Tom Paladino Kenny Clark Michael Jackson, already signed up. Irtt

Scott Allen, Kenny Griffis and Kenny McNeal. As luck would have it,
driver Earl Stillwell of
Jacksonville, with a purple
Women's Church Season
Tourney Begins -
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THEATRE Mercury engine was there to ,

STARKE 984.5415.1. Fellowship Angles Take First Of Three Games enter the with men's competition, .
along approximately 30
F"fU: + SAT. There was some exciting It was a tight game for the a double for the game and other He consented men entries to drive Cheri ; __
Fellowship Angels and First had two
action in Women's Church Christie Redding for the powder-puff competition -
League Softball this week Baptist Blue for the season singles. and it was worth the
with a three-way tie for the championship game Tuesday effort!
but the Fellowship 12-B. Blue 2
championship of the second night Angels Cheri, skiing at approxi-
half being broken and a game Angels pulled it off 10-8 in the Even with only six hits for mately 57 mph was the only
that went into extra the the Fellowship
for the championship of the game game, girl of eight
due to an 8-8 tie. off the first powder-puff
entire season going into extra innings Angels pulled entries not to fall during the
innings.To game of the three way tie First 1'resbjterlun
entire 30 minutes of skiing
l The lead changed hands in playoff beating First Baptist
.I, aRahr start with, First Baptist the early innings of the game, Blue 122. fact Still that more Cheri amazing had was the The First Pre sbj terlan, taking fourth In the Men's Class "B" District Tournament, kneeling 11 lr l-

Blue, the Fellowship Angels with First Baptist blue takingon skied the course, nor Doctors never ) Steve Thomas, Mike Sanders, Buddy I'alersonand Pete Puckett.
and Grace Baptist were all a 4-0 lead after the first two It seemed to be almost Inlet, now with Earl Stillwell Standing: Handy Mcioverntatt! llarres, Phil rllenga.. Handy :Martin and Larry Paterson

'- tied for first place for the innings then the Angels,.. anyone's game in the.ftrt. driving. .. > Back How:. Dale. Haas and Bruce. Jackson. .. .._.._ .. .
nn '
second half of the season with pulling ahead strong in (ther.third three innings, as the score by 1& :1< -1
49 4.2 records. picking up seven runs the end of the third was the =:::--::= -
Monday night play had First I leaving the score 74. Fellowship Angels 3, First ; .'
Baptist Blue pitted against the Baptist Blue 3. But the fourth The ancients considered the "Blue !\Ion Fellowship Angels in the first The Angels were scoreless i inning. was the clincher.The ruby to be an antidote to and errant sailors. were flogged until they were black and blue, I
game, with the winner of that in the fourth, but picked up poison.
game to play Grace Baptist. one in the fifth. First Baptist Fellowship Angels
Grace Baptist had not picked up three in the fourth, picked up eight runs in that tftC
beaten the Fellowship Angelsin and were scoreless in the fifth, inning taking on a substantial
I \ second half play, but had tying the game eight all. 11-3 lead. First Baptsit Blue
beaten First Baptist Blue con- just couldn't seem to make a BRADFORD
Cr3 sistently. Players on the Both teams were scorelessin comeback, picking up only E COUP
Grace Baptist team, there- the sixth and seventh, as the one run in that inning, and
fore, were rooting for a First game went into extra innings, getting three consecutive outs
Sun Mon.-Tueeorc Baptist Blue win in the first but in the eighth the Angels in the fourth and final inning.
ga me of the play-off. scored two runs giving them a :
e oecjcxl& 10-8 lead. Angels 15-Grace B.I Lrtrrapb
Fondn Things didn't work out in Winning the first game of H
nne-. favor of Grace Baptist though, First Baptist Blue flied out the playoff sent the Fellow-
as the Fellowship Angels took in their first at bat. Next they ship Angels into battle with
the game Grace Baptist was got a single out of Tracy Grace Baptist, where the
"FUN WITHDICK&JANE badly beaten in the next gamein George, followed( by two Angels walked over Grace
their try at the second half consecutive outs, ending the Baptist 151. 1977 Subscription SpecialSubscribe
:,t championship game. In the first inning, Sherrie
r1 Fellowship Angels now Huggins gave Grace Baptistthe
PG -' second half championshipwinners Even though the Fellowship only run they would get for _.--

_____ 'It;, were pitted against Angels took the game. First the game when she came in
First Baptist Blue first half Baptist led in hitting with 15 after her double.
championship winners, for the hits to the Angels 11. After that, Grace Baptist
301 season championship. The Leading the hitting attack was scoreless and just about To The
game between the two for the Angels was Wanda actionless, getting only two
'M inning teams was a close Bishop with] a double and a more hits in the rest of the
DRIVEINSTARKE one but the Fellowship Angels triple. Alma Packham went game.
came out ahead 10-8 in the with a single and '; double and
964 7484 game that went into extra Jan McRae red two singles. The Fellowship Angels TELEGRAPH
innings due to an 8-8 tie. hitting attack was led by
I Fftx. SAT. For First Baptist, leading Loretta Ross who went for-3
I To win the championship, a the attack was Debra Alvarez with a triple and two singlesfor
j I DAVID CARRADINE team must take the best two with two doubles and a single the game. Dora Triest and
.1 KATE JACKSON out of three games. The deciding and Tracy George with a Wanda Bishop were also '
It's ISO Proof Fun games will be played double and two singles. pulling strong for the Angels 1 Year For '. : "'
I Friday, at 7:30: p.m. Teresa Hobbs had a single and with two singles each. "

I: ::1fIUJlI 'Dominoes Take Third PlaceIn .

,I 1IKtJI Titusville District PlayWomen's \0M $ 6 O 0

I PGqon -.......... n; Open Team, the against the Rookies from isn't so bad for the girls who
"crN.urro ---- Dominoes, took first place in Patrick A.lr Force Base. had a rough last half of city
7'f6: : \ : the city league, won the sub- Again, the Dominoes couldn't league," a team spokesman

district tournament on July come up with the hits they said. You 11 VS A Week
Li e9uarld" 11. but at the District Tourna needed, so were out of district Manager of the team, Don Pay Only
ment in Titusville on Saturdayand play. Bagwell, and wife, said they
Sunday. July 16 and 17 o."inItJ In third in District! are "proud of them all."
: Sun: Mon: Tue. they just couldn't seem to pullit r And Get It Delivered To Your

: j "Slumber off q'N
The Dominoes won their .
I !;. \ first game at Cola Saturday Door Free
Parjry"a. against the Homes of

.no Ueland. They played again at By The U.S. Postal System s' ...
I I 5 p.m. against Cat Realty of
Palatka, taking this game ,

\ i also.Now
the Dominoes sat back
RERaqJ'ile.me.ewale until Sunday at 9 a,m. when
I they took on Flagship Bank of

[R; Titusville, and were sent to
the loser's bracket.
/ : Pm nUMn Color
,I At 1 tam., they met up

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!i Now Booking Oct. 28 Bahama being built next to the Elk'i Lodge on US-MI almost complete
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Starke Misfits Take First Place In Men's Class "B" Tournament

by Wayne Harper Misfits take on Don Enter the fifth inning. Leading the and pulling together as a 'The Starke Misfits will
prises from St Augustine hitting attack was Lloyd team, the Misfits defeated participate in the Men's Class
: T i : winning easily 133. Tommy Gilpin with a home run and a Moose Lodge in the 'B" State Tournament
J Starke Misfits took first single, Wayne Harper and Championship game 71. scheduled for July 29-31 in
place In the District Class "B" Wise l lead the hitting attack Steve Cox with a double and Coming to the plate in the West Palm Beach.
Softball tournament held in with a double and a single two singles each, Donnie Bag bottom of the first inning, the The Misfits players and
Deland July 15-17 with a1, Claude Hardee a triple and well with two doubles and a Misfits bombed the Moose their families wish to express
r record,the only loss coming at two singles ,and Lloyd Gilpin single, and Donald "J.J." Lodge for six runs on eight their sincere thanks and grati-
.. ,- the hands of Moose Lodge with three singles. Wheeler with two doubles. base hits. tude to the Merchants of
from Merritt Island The third game matched the ,The fourth game played For the remaining six Starke who sponsor the ball
4 The Misfits first game came Misfits against the Palatka Sunday against the winner of innings of the game, the Mis- club for their financial
'r. h
: Rt r..v against Today's Newspaperfrom Merchants with the Misfits the losers bracket Moose fits played flawless defense backing, support and cooper
.. Merritt Island with the winning again 19-11. This win Lodge,provided the only loss turning three double plays ation.
Misfits winning 103. Leadingthe assured the Misfits of no of the tournament for the MIs- aided by spectacular defen- The are:Bradford
hitting attack was David worse than a second place fits by a !score of 93. Leading sive play by pitcher Steve Cox County sponsors Florida
Bennett with a home run and a finish and a trip to the State Misfit hitters were Claude and outfielder Donnie Wise. Bank at Telegraph\\ Tile and
: c single,Donald"J.J."Wheeler Tournament Hardee with a double and a Leading the hitting attack was Carpet, Sonny's Barbeque,
with three singles, and Donnie The and and
9 fourth inning proved to single Wayne Harper Wayne Harper with three Branding Iron, Starke Paint
Bagwell and Lloyd Gilpin with be the David Bennett with two
Merchants downfall as singles, Donnie Wise, Donald Center Laws Tavern,
t A two singles each. the Misfits exploded for eight singles each.Gathering. "J.J." Wheeler, and Randall Wishbone, Williams Jewelry,
The second game saw the runs and added four more in their thoughts Thomas with two singles each. and Hurst Wrecker Service.

: Qualifying Open 'For Five Hampton Posts I

City elections are coming up and three council positions up members have decided to nice we just can't sit back and to different situations arising
4 for Hampton, and qualifyingfor for grabs. keep it just as it is now at the let this happen." "You'll lose in the city.Marshall.
the five open seats began The three council seats up 3 mill rate required by the the road," he said. Varnum also told
Tuesday, July 12 at noon and for contest are those now state in order for Hampton to The next budget and finance the council that as of Jan. 1.
a y ? 4 will continue until noon occupied by Hank Lott, A.C. receive state revenue meeting was set for July 26, at 1978, anyone wishing to holathe
Friday,July 29.according to a Dennison and Eugene Taylor. assistance.The 7:30: p.m.to finalize the budget office of policeman must
report given by City Clerk The seats now held by Mayor yearly budget from the that was discussed at the last be able to meet police stan-
Mary Allen at Tuesday night'sHampton Arthur Bruno and Marshall state Department of Revenuewas budget and finance meeting of dards,which includes being a
City Council. Steve Varnum are also up fora read, and Hampton is set June 21. The budget was set at high school graduate and '
I Men's District Class "B" Tournament champions, the Misfits are (I-r): kneeling Terry meeting. vote. to receive $23,220 from the $33,767 at the last meeting.The having no record of felonies.
Gaines Wayne harper,Tommy Wise, Lloyd Gllpln and Fred Wheeler. The election, scheduled for The remaining two council state. possibility of gets ng The council plans on
standing J.J. Wheeler Randall Thomas Ralph Uilpin. Claude: llardre, Donny Wise, Ricky Tuesday, Sept. 13, will have seats, held by John Allen and Eugene Taylor brought to full time police protection in checking with city attorney
Bennett and John Ramsey. the seats of mayor, marshal! Ted Curtis,Chairman, and the the attention of the council the the city was discussed, but no Richard Welty, who is on vacation
Green 1' T nfi seat of City Clerk Mary Allen, fact that the state wants to definite action was taken. right now, to see if
I Hasty Goes To i TourneyMen's will not come up for vote until "abandon" SR-18 where it Marshall Steve Varnum was there might be some sort of
i 1'V WS next year. stretches SR-100 and give it present at the meeting and provision they can put into the .
Open play is will include the winner and fi Qualifying fees for the seats to the county. If that happens, told the council that even qualifying for the Marshallseat
continuing, even though city runner-up of each subdistrictand are $30 for each council seat Taylor, explained then the though the amount of citations to insure the council they
play ended a few weeks ago the host and defendant 921 for the mayor's seat and part of SR-18 that runs had gone down, he still re- will not have to worry about
for the men's open teams. champion teams. $120 for the seat of marshal through the town of Hamptonwill ceives numerous calls at all electing another Marshallcome
For the Green Machine, Green Machine is playing in ,"' In other action by the become the work of the hours of the night to respond January.
Coach Harry Hatcher reports the defendant champion spot. "c4P council Tuesday night, the
that his team will go to the resignation of Fire Chief city.Taylor, with all council
District Tournament this The Green Machine have George Davis was announced. members concurring, have H.
weekend in Merritt Island. played in a few other tournaments Davis told the council that he urged residents of the area to New .. i
recently, in the Cocoa would be willing to act as contact their state
About 10-12 teams will enter Firecracker Tournament and Assistant Fire Chief and
and their
this tournament. The teams In a tournament held in Mary- it .T. would respond to all calls, but state senators to request Crystal lake H.. ...Ite.S .
HOUSE WASIIIIIPAUSTlIl. ville Term., where the Green S no longer had the time to act repairs on the road without
Machine tied for 7th out of 32 as chief. The council is now. going to city expense. "SR-18 18 Paved Road
teams. seeking a replacement. is a good road going out to
The millage rate for the City Brooker,"Taylor said, "and if No Down
WALL PAPER NANOIriO.. Coach Hatcher said the of Veterans Money
Hampton was voted and
on we want our road to look asGirl's
14 Y..ri Experience team will be playing exhibi
FREE E llm.l.. tion games shortly. There will FHA As Low As M.150 Down
Charles Boyer 964-8906 be three in Palatka and also u Softball
games in St. Augustine. x9i
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BEING TAKEN AT THE BRADFORD-UNION He Found Ills Thrill The girls will! be pitted
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DEADLINE IS JULY 22, U77. CALL M4-61SO FOR Billy Aaron,12, (above right)son of Mr and Mrs U.L.Aaron of Starke, and Benjamin Moxley, against three other teams in
INFORMATION. Assistant Director of the Recreation Dept.. are shown as they sang "Blueberry Hill" In a talent St. Augustine Thursday, July
contest sponsored by the Starke Recreation Dept. Friday afternoon. Billy took first place In the 21, at 10:15( : a.m. for a round
EXAMINATIONS ARE SCHEDULED A. uit 1-4 contest. Robin Tournament: 473-313)
I... 1:00 p....10:00 p.m., An|..t 5 from 8:30: .... Above left is Jamey Carver, 7, son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Carver of Starke as he was being For future information
7/4:00.. PJB.Ztahf 7/21 interviewed by Emcee Moxley. Jamey, who I took on the role of Superman and "stood on hishands" about the team, contact Or Come See S-18 Off Fla. 100
throughout his whole performance,took second place in the contest. Cheryl Godwin, Starke
Third place went Jamey's brother Jeff,4.who sang"Take Me Out to the Ball Game." All the 6792.Recreation Director. at 964- Affffcriril.* ..... Of NatWa
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imo'' r Whrrl! Whrr! Space vehicle NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S OR 114 P g 143 3-29-73, 100, PROVIDING FOR THE REPEALOF

r 1 from outerspace. crashes. at SALE SEC: 16, Twp>-S, R22. CERTAIN ORDINANCESNOT

r the public library and two Name In which assessed Mealy INCLUDED THEREIN,
Notice is hereby given that I
Y McConnelAH
+fn aliens have been
N seen lurking
,M around the bookshelves.All Dolph E Reddish, as Sheriff of of said property being in'the LY PROVIDED; PROVIDINGFOR
.7 t Bradford County,. Florida, have THE MANNER OF
r drM children In Bradford in County of Bradford State of
my possession the following\ Florida. AMENDING SUCH CODE OF
County are put on the alert.
described property: Unless such ORDINANCES AND
certificate PROVIDING
The aliens can be seen at the or
) certificates will be sold to the WHEN THIS
public library on July 27 at 10
l, said Manufacturer, Raleigh; Model highest bidder at the courthouse ORDINANCE SHALL BECOME
a.m. library director. Don
r1; Record; Color, blue; Type, Girls door. on the 17th of August, EFFECTIVE
10( Speed; Serial No. 36493. 1977.

Iu r I i 'err } y from. Could outerspace this be an?invasion 'Your Manufacturer, Ross; Model, Dated this 21st day of June, YOU ARE FURTHER GIVEN

4iIu i Grand Prix; Color, Lavender; 1977 NOTICE that a copy of said
r assistance is urgently' Type, Boys 10 Speed; Serial GILBERT S. BROWN, CLERKBy proposed ordinance is available
UestL"CI Be there
c at the
No. 905779.Manufactuer.
I library and be prepared. for ? Beulah M. Moody for your Inspection at the office
r Scalper; Model of Circuit Court of Brad
; "A Visit From. Clerk of the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
a Commodore; Color, White Florida
; ford County Bradford County Courthouse
puppet show, said Smith. Type, Boys 10 Speed; Serial 7/14 41chg 64NOTICE/ Starke, Florida.
No., none.Manufacturer. EACH AND EVERY PERSON
having any interest whatever in
t'l Pine Level Youth Sport; Color Green; Type, Boys FOR the enactment of this proposed

Drake, an internationally famous woixloarxor, has a r 10 Speed; Serial No., 849811. TAX DEED ordinance should appear and be

studio at 402: \.SL
Ciotrrnnirnl he ar\tocl8:1: foot long Alaskan Bald Kagle: .: that Ism .., a Varsity: Color, White; Type, that H.V. Saxon the holder of herein prescribed.
exhibit In the Great Hall \\asthinglon./ D.C" surf will be onpt"rmanl'nt The Young People from the Boys 10 Speed; Serial No., the following certificates has BOARD OF COUNTY
exhibit in the President It-raid Ford Library.. Th Pine Level Church none. filed said certificates for a tax COMMISSIONERS
t"olllncl, II half foot high eaglets valued. at$2:>.1"11I./ I Hcv. Drake Shares Skill At Library will hold their. second annual deed to be (issued thereon. The BRADFORD COUNTY,
The above described property certificate numbers and years of FLORIDA.

Ke*.. :\h'llIrall.., pastor of the Church of God In Starke und Friday rummage July sale 21-22.Thursday and will\ be sold at 12:00: o'clock on Issuance, the description of the By: Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk

ObituariesMilliamA. world famous umidcurvcr. shows! children at the Bradford Monday, 1st day of August property, and the names in Itchg 7/21
The sale will be held at
Comity Library Summer Heading Program the steps he takes {in Starling's old store 1977, place of said sale being which it was assessed are as
curving his famous! birds. Volley on Bradford County Jail at corner follows

< ..", ) Mclntuoh Samuel M.: Bryant, Sr.Mr Stalling with a rough; piece of Mood Rev Urake carried! the the corner of Brownlee and St. of Pratt and Broadway Streets, Certificate No. 126
of the articles farsale .
Mr. William A. Drew( )IMclnlosh. youngsters through all the steps including the painting( of each Clair. Some Starke, Florida. Year of Issuance 1975 ORDINANCE NO. 77-2
.62.of Ilillcrcst. died : Samuel M I Bryant. Sr.. bird tie eaves; On exhibit", in the nation's capitol is a white clove will include fresh produce Description of Property 1 LOT105'E6WBy6212'NftSIN

Saturday. July 16. at his 74. died Tu'sd.IJuly 111.\ in lcDrake carved valurU at 11.5(1(1.( ( eggs bakery items This sale being held in compliance NOTICE OF INTENT TO
residence Saturday after. a the Starke :Nursing f Home fol l n.( >\ Drake !says his main job I Is! pastor! of the church but turmlureappliances. clothingand to Florida Statute Chapters NW COR OF SE1/4/ OF SE1/4 CONSIDER THE ADOPTION OF

short illness. loving a lingering illness. \\mxlcar\iitj4 Is a great avocation and /good therapy. much more. 50 and 705, to-wit: seized or OF SE 1/4 SEC 19 Twp 7- S, AN ORDINANCE ASSESSINGONE

A native of Live uo". Mr Born, Moultrie.! Georgia, abandoned property. R22. DOLLAR ($1.00)) AS
I Mcintosh lived in Hillcrest for !May 2, IJOJ.1! ): : r. Bryant had Beiiluh Revival Set Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff Name in which assessed L.G. COURT COSTS AGAINST ALL

three years coming from. !herd in Fitzgerald, ia.( for Pine Level Sets New RecordSunday Bradford County, Florida Johns. PERSONS CONVICTED IN THE
Ocala. He was a retiredcorrectional manyoars before moving.to Beulah Baptist Church. in 7/21 2tchg 7/29 All of said property being in the COURTS OF BRADFORD

officer. having Starter two years ago. Mr. Clay County on Road 21 will County of Bradford State of COUNTY. FLORIDA FOR
worked at the state prisons at Br'anlHIS, ) a retired l building July 17. was ience a summer. slump that have a Revival August 1-7, to Florida. VIOLATIONS OF STATE
Kaiford and Lou'ell and an materials salesman aveteran "Jubilee Day" at Pine Level affects many churches this be held at 7:30: each night. Unless such certificate or PENAL OR
army veteran of WW II. ofVV I and a Baptist! Church setting a new time of the yearKev The evangelist will be John certificates shall be redeemed CRIMINAL
.record of 428 attending Alvarez said he( first Robinson. NOTICE OFAPPLICATION BRADFORD
Survivors include his wife member of the First Baptist according to law the property
:Martha II. Mcintosh; one Church of KitgeraldSurvivors Sunday School. week of July the church had There. will be spec al singing FOR described in such certificate or COUNTY ORDINANCES
daughter Mrs. Sandra Milikin include his The church has been experiencing 300 in Sunday School and the each night. K.L. Taggart is TAX DEED certificates will be sold to the EXCEPT PERSONS
of liillcrest: two brothers. mother. Mrs (0 A. Turner' of a steady growth since second week the attendance pastor.. that H.V. Saxon the holder of highest bidder at the court OF STATUTES OR
Tillman Mclntosh of Astor h'itzgerald..Ga two sons. the first of the year said was 314. Sunday July 17, u asset house door on the 17th of
the following certificates has ORDINANCES RELATING TO
Kev Ben I P of Starke pastor Roman Alvarez and he as "Jubilee Day with a August, 1977.
Park. and J.W. Mclntosh of Bryant
filed said certificates for a tax THE PARKING OF VEHICLES,
Atlanta; and three grandsons. and Samuel M Bryant. Jr of challenged the people toaverage goal of 400. Having never had Legals deed to be issued thereon. The Dated this 23rd Day of June AND INCLUDING ONE
300 in attendance for 400( in School
Sunday in (hechurch's 1977
Funeral services held Pittsburg. one sister,
the month of certificate numbers and years of DOLLAR (1$1 00)) FROM EVERY
July. and
Monday July 18. in the DeW itt Mrs. :May) :Morgan of Hastings history since it Notice is hereby given that the issuance the description of the GILBERT S. BROWNBy BOND ESTREATURE OR
Realizing this is the middleof was the middle of the
and nine summer Beulah M.
C. Jones Funeral Home grand.liildren.( Moody
Bradford County and
Planning and the names in whichit FORFEITED BAIL BONDS
the summer. and so the people went to work property
to seta
Graveside funeral services Clerk of Circuit Court of
Chapel in Keystone Heights Board the
Zoning designated OTHER THAN
take and was assessed are as follows: AN
with Kev.'Thomas P. Poston will beheld Thursday July 21, out people of town vacations for. various are the new attendance record said Local Planning Agency for Bradford Certificate No. 78 BRADFORD County, Florida. ESTREATURE OR FORFEITURE
officiating. Burial was in 2 p m. in Evergreen; Cemeteryat pastor. 7/144tchg 84NOTICE
County and the
of Issuance 1975 THE PARKINGOF
reasons, Kev Alvarez. said he The reached
goal and
Crosby lake Cemetery. inSlarke. Fitzgerald. ia.! with Kev felt if the church could main Kev Alvarez said he Municipalities of Brooker, Description of Property LOT 23 VEHICLES AND PROVIDING .
Ben P. Bryant offll'iating.OeWi tain an of 300 announced Hampton and Lawtey, will hold OF BLK 2 IN GAHAGAN SID OF INTENTIONTO FOR THE PAYMENTOF
It C Jones average 428 were present m
Funeral throughout the month of July Sunday public hearings on the 9th and SEC 21, Twp-6-S, R-22. REGISTER SAME TO THE CLERK OF
Lyai Ii.('rm.b>, fill!l li Home of Slarke is in charge( of the church would not exper recur School setting a new 23rd days of August 1977, at Name in which assessed Hamp FICTITIOUS NAME THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
arrangements. 7:30: p.m., in the County Cohen Pursuant to Section 86509 BRADFORD COUNTY.

L}on It. rosoy.. hH...., of Commission Chambers, County All of said property being in the Florida Statutes, notice is hereby FLORIDA, TO BE USED AND

ir.'n-.hl'o: dlI'S.llurd.IY..Ju' Courthouse Starke Florida. County of Bradford, State of given that the undersigned EXPENDED FOR LAW
'" Hi./ in Tallahassee alter. along w CHIIRCH The purpose of the hearings is to Florida. Walter & Dianne Westcott, KOA ENFORCEMENT EDUCATION

illm>ss. : /(SERSTICES::: x. receive public comment on the Unless such certificate or certificates Campground P.O. Box 173, EXPENDITURE FOR BRADFORD
('robHIS) lH>rn in Brooker proposed Land Use Plan elements shall be redeemed Starke. Florida, 32091, doing COUNTY LAW

und mm i>d 1 to Greeasboro in Alit PARK BAPTIST FIRST METHODIST SMYRNA ilU TIM CIIURCI! covering the unincorporated according to law the property business under the firm name of" ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS

II.U.h're! : he resided until CIICHt CIIIBCII IId..r: TC' \\illiams" area of Bradford Countyand described in certificate or certificates "HAPPY HOE FARMS' PURSUANT TO THE DIRECTION
his illness. He was a retired I Rev. U.D. Itrooks "On the search for a the incorporated areas of will be sold to the highest Crawford & Starling Rd. OF THE JUDGE OF

(farm supply. merchant a OrangeSlrrrlSUNDAY Sunday Church School( for. frl..ndlyehnrch?" Brooker, Hampton and Lawtey. bidder at the court house door Starke Bradford County BRADFORD COUNTY COURT

member of the Greensboro all ages 9:45: a.m.. Morning Copies of the proposed plans on the 17th of August, 1977 Florida, 32091 intends to AND THE SHERIFF OF

Kiwams Cluh and a member : Sunday School 10 Worship (Nursery provided) N'elcomeloSroyrna. may be viewed at the Zoning Dated this 23rd day of June, register said fictitious name BRADFORD COUNTY.
of the Greensboro United a.m. ; Worship Service II 11 am Department, Bradford County 1977. under the provisions of aforesaid FLORIDA UPON APPROVALOF

:Methodist Church a.m.; Evening Worship p.m. ---- !-il'SU.Sunday: School, Courthouse in Starke and at the statute. THE BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS

Survivors include his wife.Mrs. WEDNESUP..ay.: .... :MADISON. :; ST. BM'IIST 10 a m.. Worship Service, II Town Halls of Brooker Walter & Dianne Westcott, OF

: Thelma Crosby of Service. .7 p.m. n.".Charles! H. Swartz a m. H.T.S.. 5:45: p.m., Hampton and Lawtey. Both GILBERT S. BROWNBy owners BRADFORD COUNTY.
(; boro; three sons Bill -., VACATION:\ ItlHLIi:: Evening Worship 7 p.m: written and oral comments are : Beulah M. Moody Dated this seventh day of FLORIDA. AND PROVIDINGAN
-('rostiy of Greensboro. Wright. ------ -- .sCHOOLi July 21. 22 and Julv\ All visitors are. warmly VVfJI come. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradfad July; A.D. 1977 at Starke EFFECTIVE, ,, DATE.

Crosby of Tifton. (ja, and ALLEN: ('II.\l'ii.:: 23-27: with commencementservices welcome,-1 -- 3tchg 7/21, 8/4, B/18 County, Rorida. Florida
I tarry Crosby nf Jacksonville: A..M.K.CIIUUII"The: : Wednesday. July 27M'MMY STAKKK 7/14 4tchg 8/4 7/14 4tpd 7/28 TO: ALL CITIZENS

Iwo daughters, :Mrs. KudeneKouan Friendly t"hun'h"7tlI : !9:45: a.m. SundaySchool TAXPAYERS AND OTHER
Pine!St.SlarkeKev. : : : : Drake OFAPPLICATION
:Mrs. Annie I Dominey ot K.Ci.: I leas tie. PastorM'MV Worship; 6:1: : p.m. Church FOR NOTICE OFAPPLICATION FOR YOU AND EACH OF YOU die
:McKu.via. three Training 7341 p.m. Evening: TAX DEED FOR
: slitters, School 10 TAX DEED hereby and herewith given
:Mrs. (il'rtrudt'Ilters of :: School. Worship : NOTICE IS HEREBY TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN notice in accordance with
Sunday 11
: a.m.llrnin: Worship
Dundee Mrs. May Molt of MAugu.slinc. :Nursery': provided! for all : GIVEN that Harrington NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Section 125 66 Florida
t ll.)0::) a.miormng: \\or!>hlp. am.. Evening Worship 7 that M. F. Wiggins the holder of Statutes
and :Mrs. Beatrice II am Evening; 5 semcesItev. Chandler the holder of the that H.V. Saxon the holder of the following certificates has that the Board of County

Fulfil of Came! >vile.! : I IwoIdothirs pm. first Sunday. Worship.only: love KI'i-ol.EY;!--I.\K"--R\.TlST pm Wednesday. Family following certificates has filed the following certificates has filed said certificates for a tax Commissioners of Bradford

Claude ('ro.bof least 7-M:: p m. Friday before Paige Kowman Training flour 7'30: p.m. said certificates for a tax deed to deed filed said certificates for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The County, Florida, at a regular
to be issued
thereon. The
.l.iekxoiiMlle I and Kugonc: (' first Sunday Sl'hnol.JO Meeting be issued thereon. The certificate certificate numbers and years of meeting to be held at 9.30 a m.
M'MIXY Prayer
Sunday Friday:
Crosby grandchildren years Commission
issuance, the description of the County
: 11 I Ia .
Worship 7:111: )
Morning m.L'MTKD
a m. :
p issuance the description of the
und one great Bethel KaptM Churrh issuance, the description of the property and the names in Meeting Room Bradford
grandchildFunrral Itn'l,..lIlhlls. Pastor m.. Church training. 7 6:30:-30 YFNTEC'115TALCIIUR'll. property, and the names in r livening Worship : :
!<.serMces were held Sunday School 10 a m.. pm which it was assessed are as which it was assessed are as follows. Florida on Monday Aug. 1.

:\Innd.,,'. July IK, at theGreenstxiro :Morning Worship 11 a.m., p mWEDSKSDW follows. follows. Certificate No. 9 1977, will consider the adoption
; l'rilledI..thod! ,!>t Evening: Worship 7:3U: p m : ; : Uev.O.L. Wells Certificate No. 112 5Certificate No..130 Year of Issuance 1975 of an ordinance relating to:
Prayer Service 7:30:: p m. 204 N.Water St.BUNUAY Year of Issuance 1975
Church with I lhe.' Hl'SI'ph..n Wednesday. Prayer. Meeting! Year of Issuance 1975 Description of Property LOT 3
!Miller offlt'lat''" Burial'was 7 :30 p m. --- : Sunday servicesUa School Description of Property COM Description of Property COM AT OF BLK 8 IN TOWN OF NEW AN ORDINANCE ASSESSINGONE

in I hiiHdan (C'cinelary ---- ST.t.ltK'S: KIMSCOI'ALKr : 10 a.m.; Worship. AT SE COR OF r>N-I1/4 OF SE SE COR OF SW1/4 OF NE1/4 N RIVER SEC: 24 Twp 6-S, R.20. DOLLAR ($1.00)) AS
Brooker tilth the lecher CAIAAKYBPIIST' '. John Flynn, m, and 7pm.WEDNESDAY Bible 1/4 ft RUN W 280/ FOR A POB :3301, W 529.', To POB CONT W Name in which assessed COURT COSTS AGAISNT ALL

.' ."III'r'l1oml..f' Luke Butler ( 1Il'lil'llJim M'.ND\Y: : B-.W:: a m. Holy. : THEN RUN N 105', W 210 S 300" N 200-, E 300', S 200', TO GRAND UNITED ORDER OF PERSONS CONVICTED IN THE

,1 in I'h.irRe.. ol arrangements Black. Pastor Eucharist.: 10 a.m.Iorning: Study 7:30: p.m. 105', E 210' TO POB SEC: 32, POB SEC 30. Twp-7-S, R-22. ODD FELLOWSAll COURTS OF BRADFORD

Pra>'or nUDYoung: People's Iwp 6-S R-22. Name in which assessed Carol of said property being in the COUNTY FLORIDA FOR
MAHAY Sunday School. Service, 7:30: pm.! & Paul L
: Nugent Nugent, Jr.
TCE.SDXY: : 9:30: a.m. Name in which assessed Clifford County of BRADFORD, State of VIOLATIONS OF STATE
!1:45 i:: ii m.. Morning: Worship Prayer. Group. in Church Chandler All of said property being in the Florida. PENAL OR CRIMINAL
I II I am. Evening Worship. 7 County of Bradford, State of
Building ---- All of said property being in Unless such certificate or certi STATUTES OR BRADFORD
p m Wed Services 7':141: p m --- PINK LEVEL: : \I"I1STItt" the County of Bradford, State of Florida ficates shall be redeemed COUNTY ORDINANCES

---- '. Roman.Xl\arez Florida. Unless such certificate or according to law the property EXCEPT PRESONS
sI ftlh. )! :METHODIST: fllCltCII 10 a m. Worship! II a.m : certificates shall be redeemed according to law the property certificates will be sold to the STATUES OR

I "The I Happy Church He\. Bet l.. Cnlenian Bible Study.
II llwy 16 at\\t'ldonol! l. Kxenmg: > Worship( 7 p m. described in such certificate or certificates will be sold to the on the 17th of August, THE PARKING OF VEHICLES.
I Slarke Sl'\I\\': Sunday School, WEDNESDAY: : : :: Prayer certificates will be sold to the highest bidder at the courthouse 1977. AND INCLUDING ONE

I.l Sl':\\U.11': Sunday Sthonl.in'a 9'45! > a m Morning: Worship. Sen'ice. 7'30:: p.m. highest bidder at the courthousedoor door on the 17th of August, Dated this 7th day of July, 1977 DOLLAR ($1.00)) FROM EVERY

.l m Morning: \\orshiu.. :,1 a aII I 11 I iI m.. Kvenmg: ( Services. on the 17th of August, 1977. GILBERT S. BROWNBy BOND ESTREATURE OR
Chulejri m Kvenmg: WorsmpKIMSI 7::hp/ m 1917. Dated this 23rd day of June, Beulah M. Moody FORFEITED BAIL BONDS

sf, Tlil'KSOAV : Prayer, (dt \('.: IS.11'T'ISTIll'It'll 1977. Clerk of Circuit Court of OTHER THAN AN

i I E. Fi \\ : : : I) \y : Youth I :\14.'t'tin'W!i 'W p m._ llwy I Inn.\ SuuthSl GILBERT S. BROWN GILBERT S. BROWNBY Bradford County, Raids ESTREATURE OR FORFEITURE
meeting./ pin. Bible :Study, :\U.\\' : Bible School 10 By: Beulah M. Moody Beulah M. Moody 7/14 4tchg 84ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE PARKINGOF
I 7 p m. ST. Kl\\: '.XHD'S CATHOLIC' a.m. Worship 11 a.m. ; Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Clerk of Circuit Court of VEHICLES AND

.I Johns Pastor. Hubert. Harden 'Training Union. 7 pm. : County, Florida. BRADFORD County Florida NO77-3 PROVIDING FOR THE

MA tsvetoM act can V ekome; line and all! ltr\.l I'a trick 11. Foley Kvenmg: Worship! / p m. 7/14 4tchg 8/4 7/14 4tchg 84NOTICE BRADFORD COUNTY PAYMENT OF SAME TO THE

cause'aao -- -- WEDNE.NDAY: : : : PrayerDheling FLORIDA CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
I hfr person to lose hit KIHSTfHKISTIAN! : !Masses Saturday 7 pm. 7-30:: p m "A church OF INTENTIONTO COURT OF BRADFORD
-'ht.Jib maoculinity..an Sunday II am. Monday 7 is CETA POSITION REGISTER
result fa a law, wit for Jim Lot! Minister pm. Tuesday 8:30: a.m., somebody ANNOUNCEMENT: FICTITIOUS NAME CONSIDER THE ADOPTION OF USED AND EXPENDED FOR

. $100,000 or more. The.oast Wednesday 6:30: p.m. ---- (Applicants must meet new Pursuant to Section 86609 AN ORDINANCE ADOPTINGAND LAW ENFORCEMENT

. 910,000 personal Sl'\1)\\': Sunday School. Thursday H'30: ( a.m. first FIRS XPTIST CHURCH 1 CETA Title VI eligibility Criteria) Florida Statutes notice is here ENACTING BRADFORD EDUCATION EXPENDITUREFOR
945 Friday month. 8:30:: a m. It.Ut'll by (given that the undersigned BRADFORD
MattHty poBey fa : am. morning service Bryant COUNTY CODE ESTABLISHING COUNTY
.adequate. Can the no longer 10.43: a m. youth. group( f: ('onf'ssions.Iondy: 6 p.m. Sl' U\\': Sunday School POSITION ((1)) County Analyst Bobby W. Crisp and Elizabeth S. THE SAME; PROVIDINGFOR LAW ENFORCEMENT

I E Charley pm. evening worship. 7 6-45: pm.. or upon .request !J:4": n m Morning: Worship. ((642.56 monthlyl) Roberts P.O. Box 245, THE REPEAL OF CERTAIN OFFICERS PURSUANT TO THE
John* Agency, increase pm. Choir practice H p.m. Parish Council :Meetings I 11 I a m. : Church Tralnmg. 615: Responsibilities: Compile Hampton Florida 32044 doing ORDINANCES NOT INCLUDED DIRECTIONS OF THE JUDGEOF

: .y Comprehensive \\ ..:\\'Ii: EStlBible: fourth :Monday of each month p.m.. Kvenmg: Worship. 7:30: statistical data and submission business under the firm name of" THEREIN EXCEPT AS HEREIN BRADFORD COUNTY

PerMoal Liability to Study. 8.pmMUST Altar Society !Meetings p of reports to program planner "FRIENDLY SHELL STOP, EXPRESSLY PROVIDED COURT AND THE SHERIFF OF
: .IOO.ooo..evea $1.000,000 i --- l.st Monday" of each month. mWEDNESDAY: : Hour of suprvise out reach workers and Hwy 301 North, lawtey PROVIDING FOR THE; BRADFORD COUNTY,

: ---- 7:30 develop detail map of data Bradford County, Florida, FLORIDA
't for hut a few doOan Power. : p.m. MANNER OF AMENDING UPON APPROVALOF
more l'ltlili'nm.S(1Il.It1I:! : 32058 intends to register said
Qualification: Must have a car fictitious name under the proVIsions
i: I, Charley E. Dr.JUik (Hand minister : !>.\\': Sunday School. G J and valid Florida Driver aforesaid statute. ORDINANCE SHALL BECOME THIS BRADFORD COUNTY,
rk W. Cnsp and Elizabeth
Lscense. Bobby FLORIDA, AND
lOa m :Morning Worship and EFFECTIVE. PROVIDINGAN
I Sl''IiOSunday: School S. Roberts owners.
j AGENCY Services for the Ueaf.SI a.m.. DATE.
9:3:: ( am.tormng! Worship Training Union. 6:30: p m. POSITION (1)( ) Out-Reach Dated this 13th day of July, TO: ALL CITIZENS .

:: : 131 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE II a m.TIIUNSUAI'. :v..ni:1:g Worship 7:30: p m. "You never know what i Is Worker (562.30( monthlyl) A.D. 1977 at Starke, Florida. TAXPAYERS AND OTHER YOU ARE FURTHER GIVEN
I Choir I
; ; PHONE 964-5O70 : \\I-U: \IS'Ild.week: enough until you know Responsibilities: Perform out 7/21 4tpd 8/11 INTERESTED PERSONS. NOTICE that a copy of said proposed
I practice 7:30: p.m. Prayer. Service 7:30: p.m. what is more than enough." reach for data collection pur ordinance is available for

I William Blake '' poses; and aid County analyst in NOTICE OFAPPLICATION YOU AND EACH OF YOU are your Inspection at the office of
--------------------------- developing community prOfile
the Clerk of
;: : 1t FOR hereby and herewith given the Circuit Court,
Qualifications Must have a notice in Bradford County Courthouse
TAX DEED accordance with ,
t MIKE MITCHELL car and a valid Florida Driver Section 125.66 Starka Florida.
Cheerleader Clinic NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Florida Statutes
Uscense. that W.R. Alderman the holder that the Bradford County EACH AND EVERY PERSON

I I I TAR HElL LINCOLN MERCURY. I Il I Aug. 1st Thru Aug. 5th. 9.12 Noon Apply At: Florida State Employ of filed the said following certificates certificates for a has tax County Commissioners, Florida, of at a Bradford regular the having enactment any interest of this whatever proposed in

, : I 2201 N. Main St. Gainesville\ ment ServiceZoe deed to be issued thereon The meeting to be held at 9:30: a.m. ordinance should appear and be
W. Call Street
I Thru 6th heard
Kindergarten Grade certificate numbers and years of in the County Commission at the time and place

: 372.4251" Sprite,. Florida Issuance, the description of the Meeting Room Bradford herein prescribed

372-4251 j property, and the names in County Courthouse Starka,
I III. I Ij $1 L .J Per Day Clueing date 1977Suwannee for application ia which it was assessed are as Florida on Monday August 1, BOARD OF COUNTY
.I'1 July 28 follows. 1977 win consider tit. .option:: COMMISSIONERS

I j For Additional Information River Economic Certificate No. 29 > of an ordnance relating to: BRADFORD COUNTY
j I More Cars For More People Council. Inc., Equal Year of Issuance 1975 FLORIDA
I I Call 964-7641 Ask For Vlckl Employment Opportunity
Description of THAT
: L Than Anyone Else" Tl I Affirmative Action Employer. Property By Gilbert S.
PO. 7/14 Tisf AND ENACTING BRADFORD Brown, Clerk
_______ _______ .
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Hampton Hilites .. .t. ... ..., .....
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I>V Dolores/ Meng Jean Keyes and family orr et t ttt t..0..r0 00

Phone 468-1913 former residents of Hampton 0000 orr a t t e
Lake, now living In Fort tt t t I

Bookmobile Meyers Junior Keyes who a oe t t HOrrrrrrr / t

was' injured in an automobile N ore r rt r.

The Bookmobile which !Is. accident is now recuperating fa0 r00rrri0r0rt .e Ir

sponsored by the Bradford at home. 0 t iir :
n-- .r.e9/.00 .
0t .
a .. 1
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County Library In Starke :

remains the "Beat Bargain"in Congratulations 1978 OLDSMOBILE Station
town! Everyone Is invited .Wagon. ...6S0. Phone 64- RENT Morgaa Road. Phono repaired nil make* LAYING HENS ana ,.... FOR SALE .....1. .... J( ,

to take advantage of these Randy and Stella Joyner are 6062. Itchf' 7/21 984$942Itpd1/2l .cleaned, ailed and adjusted, old commercial .brown egf pert and ..,,,.*.. OL1IV8
services which the proud parents or a son ------------ layer Nw" Holland Hay MOBILE HOME SALES, I
are availableat -- -------- 17. Work guaranteed.JameaStricklaad .
the Post Office each Uoyce Randle Jr., who was ., corner MorganRoad Baler 150. It workil' Pbono Highway 100 Wait, Starna, '_ '
Tuesday from 12:30 until 2:30 born July 3 at St. Vincent's I 2 BR MOBILE NOME A/C and Highway 16. 9/10 984-79..2. Itpd 7/21 .h... 004-MOg. TF/Cby: -1,
: (100/month. Phone 9644253after ---- --- -----
p.m. Books are available for Hospital in Jacksonville. MO.rORCYCLES: S p.m. Itchg 7/21 T F/Chjr________ FURNITURE upholstered :

preschoolers, to Senior Little Randy weighed 8 Ibs, 13 ----------- BULLDOZER WORK- Ind 3 pe. living room net, (50. .BLUEBERRIES. U-Pfch, M trwillt,0ar (r'I
Citizens. Paperbacks are oz. and measured 20'< inchesat SUZUKI 750 1972. water FURNISHED APART clearing, road building tip Chair, end table, cheat, ...ta par Ile. W.'PIck. 75 1
Off EnrleteaiRoad
available birth. cooled.., low DIll.. .. Phone bed. Mnil cell. Phone 9647741 .ta per Ib. ;
as well as Big Print Happy grandparents MENT Largo, adult only, preparation. Phono Edward ((200-A). 1.8 mile REALT C
books. If you are unable to are Mr. and Mrs Jack Hazen 964-0005 after 6 ,.m. week No. pet*. Apply .t 40S N. Davla, Glen St. Mary, 12593569. Itpd 721HOLSTEIN DOI1II.1 SR-SO.than 1/2 mil

find a certain book, the of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. dayst all dsy weekend 7/14 Church St. 7/21 TF/chg ---- -------- ....t.LaaKBoekara, 474702r I

librarian .will try to locate It Royce Joyner of Hampton 3tpd. 7/28 -- --------- 4/14 tfn/chg COW Pur',. 475-1151. Opal 8 ..m. UTiSO
---- ---- -- NICELY FURNISHED --------
for you. Mrs. Bobbie Murner and -- bred, will calve thin ...*... .... Monday IbnmgbSatnrdajr. '
: .p..tm.at,3 room, utOltle BRADFORD SEPTIC
Kecreatlon Board daughter Dolly visited Phone 782-aT22. Itpd 7121 ttn/cbg .
bike, goad shape, asking furnished Suitabl for :
on TANK SERVICE ;.. ..__ 205 TEMPLE
Bobbie's mother Mrs. ----------
Dolly /200.Lawlay,782.3578.1tpd pe,.... Prlvite entrance.Inquire residential pump-oup. ''0. BAIIIA HAYi Arjentlna, Cecelia Terwlllegar STARK, FLORIDA
Mrs. Bobbie! Shepherd, Kidd. for two weeks recently. 7/21 .t 803 E. Washington F..t **rvlce guaranteed.Phono .. SPEED EQUIPMENT FOR
fertilised 9646071.
chairman of. the Hampton They brought along home her -...-- ---- -- -- A". 7/14 TF/chg 964-8121. 4tpd 7/7 highly. 7/21 tf/ehe, phono SALE 10 percent start REAL FACTS ON REAL ESTATE
; .....
Olln' Mablla. HeeaaServlea.
six old
Recreation Board, Invites nephew, year John --- --- ----- 7/28
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----- ---
(those who have excess'planlslowers Whittington. who enjoyed PRIME BUSINESS SPACE ------- -----. .- Highway 100Wn Ra I.slat*values continue to Increase and bring
or shrubery to several days with them before HELP WANTED \ located on Lawrence Blvd MOBILE HOME MOVING LAND FOR BALEr 22beautlfal Stark TPCYgMOBILE. P...* N4-56M. dividend to Investors. Real citato) Is on of the

donate them for planting at returning to Tampa Dolly and Flamingo In Keyitono ale mobile home hurricane nerei, high and -- -- ----- really sound Investments In this country.

the city recreation grounds. looks forward three times ATTENTIONS PARTY Hti. Inquire at Standard anchoring and mobile dry. Only (700 per acre. HOME LOT.rlth Property values stayed high while many other

Water is now available at the weekly to the visit of Mrs. PLAN Manager & Demontratert Station or phone 4734907. home roof coating. 011.'. 2,000 d..... Owner wall and naptl tank. Small business interests suffered during the downward

park and the plants can be Lola Johnson who assists with needed.. In lhl. andOver TFk __ __ __.:.. Mobile 9644606.Home Service. Phone financed. Phono /88.1551.7n4 down payment. r...* 4 S1551. spiral of the economy. Business Is on the upswingand
100 .
) tended academic work. Dolly missed 400 fait.celling Itemi.Beit MOBILF.IIOML: uTc6untry, Highway W., 4uhg 8/4 lit real 1 estate Is still
properly to. The St...... TF/chg TP/C1g---- a good way to Invest those ,
Heateia Award. furnished, ---- --------
No children ----
Recreation Department has many days at school due to Inveetraent.Call Toll.Free 1- Phone 9644114 or 473-4777. ALLI9 CHALMERS Model hard-earned dollars. And should you need caili. the

been instrumental in ''furnishing illness 800.243.7808. or write 4/7 TF/chg VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS W. T.....,. Excellent GUNS FOR SALE Zr. property serve as collateral for short-trrm loans.

balls, bats and suits to Charles Prevail from New SANTA'S TOY PARTIES .._----'"- all make, all condition with" die harrow. 1$'., ... II'. ..... .t Dabtn We have a number of properties available. Telephone
local teams as well as funding York City visited his mother Avon, Co..., 06001. Also SUMMER COTTAGES( onKlngsley model. Sartre Sewing Center 1100. Phono .../-3092, ..1& .r.*. Dlecoent. T'/ '. today and let ui go over our listings with you.
card tables (for the Senior Mrs. Clifford Prevail, and his Booking Partle 7/21 2tchg Lake by week. 215 Eat C.II Street, lor Bob G...... 7/14 Ztpd
Citizens Club. sister, Mrs. Marcelline 7128 A/C Call 533-2366 after 8 phone 9644312. 4tpd 7/21 UTILITY BUILDlNGSi.AQalnmlaam

and m. 5/26 ----------- ------------ .. ,,1,.. SEECECELIA
Mrs. Lucille Ivey from Campbell, family over the ---- -- p TF/chg reeepUblei -
weekend Although Charles riIBB ECONOMIC -- ---- ---- Ught. awltcka,
the Lawtey who Is a member of had to walk up 15 flights of AGENCY now has the FOR RENT 40x60 blakbulldlogl2'eeUing.ldealor plate ibarpenlng .."'I ., Phono 782-3172 altar 8 .... bgbt, league and ........ Hampton Lake -3 BR.2B. CH & A. Handsome den
Hampton Senior Citizens stairs the foUewing CETA poiitloni circular, band carblda. 7/14 uthgADDING; floor, doMvored and.lot np.Fktanckig with fireplace furnished If desired.
during recent
Club is reported in improved avaiUble for a W etherization moit any builnen, Stark chain, mower blade hollow ------------ ardW k,ap te.48montb .
electrical blackout he did
condition. Program: ENERGYCOORDINATOR ..... (250 month. Phone ground and balanced. Leave MACHINES: t* pay 00 iba*.
Hank Lott suffered a' reversal witness the looting and wasn't HI 964-S606. per at Jackwn Building Supply, multlplUe. men tape, .:- SmtmU at Sterka.M4e020M44021. <<1 Three bedroom 2 bath home with CM A on lot

of his back problemand without power as long as some MJ5/hr. Reiponilbletor the TF/Chg!! Stark or Keystone. Height. collent condition. Good .bay Sill TF/... 142 I40 off 301 N. 4 Years Old Under $30,000 e
sections OLIN'S SUBDIVISION at (85. Phone 782-3060 altar Owner transferred.Escape .
Is a patient at Shands of New York. overall phyileal operation of TF/Cbg

Teaching Hospital. Hampton did seem quite calm the' p.o...... Two year 1/2 acre lot,(30 per month, S pair TF/ch.(. FOR SALE Db. .... '
and cool to Charles and he enjoyed college or two ,e... related water and lewage fumthed. ------------ ........ lor stores, -
Mrs. Katie Saxon Is in satisfactory ear aver the city life to this unspoiled ..et.tlng..tr.nquil -
experience. CREW SUPER For /Information phone Mark LOT FOR SALE! ....Uf.1 ,
his visit back to FOR 247 dlfbrant one, we bava
flying SALE
condition at Bradford wooded lot Boa living in the country. 12 productive
N.Y.C. VISOR |121| 14.50/hr. Olin Olin'i Mobil Home building on tbem all. Dekmer'i Dieeoaat. -
County HospitalJimmy 'Monday afternoon Reipooaiblo( for work per Service, Highway 100 West, Straat In Groan Acr*. Tf/Ckg acres with large comfortable CB home. also attractive -
Hawkins was admitted from the Gainesville airport. formed.Moot have at l least 2 Starke. -- -- -- ---- Paved streets, city ...... nearly new brick home on one acre.
to Bradford County Mr. and Mrs Clyde year con it ructllonexperieac Phone 964.5606. 1/13 BEEF FOR FREEZER: 65 and water, sidewalks to

Hospital with leg injuries suffered Nicholson and Tom from *. LABORERS |181| TF/Chg cent per poNd Clifford to.... (5,500. ....5663 ar eMlawel "What dreams are made of".year around fishing

in a motorcycle accident Sanford are visiting Mr. and (325/hr. Two ,...* training ( Martin. 984.7145.1khg 7/21 964-8397. 7/14 4Mhf 8/4 and swimming on beautiful Klngslty Lake. Yes. we
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on Monday Larry Moore a days.Mrs. Tim Nicholson for a few experience.or on* year construction HOUSES FOR SALE FISHERMAN: LARGE 19 FT BOATS 1973 M......, ..itq s.eP do have listings

passenger on the cycle CLERK/TYPIST 111 3/hr.. RED WIGGlERS for ali, Magic-tilt trailer 70 ...
escaped injury.. Mr.:and Mrs. Gerald Brown High School graduate with II per ICO. Phono 9644653.Itpd Chrysler. ..tbo..., IS gel. (OAS I ELECTRIC) world
Private In
'and family attended the Green Acre*.....custom-built home
Lori Stone is happy to be at but one year experience.. BRICK HOME with 3 721WEIMERANER built-in fa* paY 6 gal.portable CUSTOM BUILT to
ready for mov.lntG. Owner In Saudi Arabia.
Arledge family reunion in St --- -- ----- Ilia you
home again after four days at Able to type 45 wpm. bedroom. 2 bith. double preserver TRAILERSHITCHES
the Shriners Children's Augustine on Saturday They Knowledge.. Federal ociel carport on large lot. Drape PUPPIES: paddle, anchor. compose,
Hospital in Greenville S.C. were accompanied by M r. and program helpful. All and npplianc Included. AKC welped June 0, depth *o.n.... CB. (2,500. INSTALLEDALL Investment opportunities modern, attractive; I-

!Mr and Mrs Weldon from Mrs Eugene Meng and all enjoyed applicant mud colds In Low down payment and takeover wormed F. Stephene, 964- Phone 964-8905._Itpd 7/14 WORKGUARANTEED' unit apartment house;also restaurant on 301 S. Inmost a
} the bar-b-qued chicken Bradford County and have payment Phone 9648630 7173. 7/21 2tthg 7/28 ------- ---- profitable location.
Jacksonville assisted in transporting
7/21 7/28 ---- -----
and other delicious food awn transportation. To be 2tehg COUCH AND CHAIR SALE
( letrland her mother in eligible for any of rhea -- -- -- -- CLOTHES DRYER Sear (16995 .p, Dahmer'* VUtptrlei. flan ....1
the Shrlncrs mobile van. games, swimming and poiitloni, a perion mutt NEW MOBILE HOMES Beat all fabric, need onto. Dlicount 2/3 TF/Chg 3 Miles Unique 2 and on0-'hall acres of lush tropical gardenwith .
Xrays( indicate Iori'8 condition reminiscing. meet the Eligibility Title VIgnldeline from factory outlet at aupereavingi Metal wardrobe, porcelain South 2BR 1 B home with sunporch, garage, utility I

improving. She has been Sandy hnese. daughter of for the to you. Phone 9648741. top table. Many ether WATSON'S HOUSE OF Of Starke On 301 room natural gas *21, 00.Ce .'
Mr. and Mrs. Paul hemi. No weekend .. .
outfitted w ith a new body cast Friese. is economically diiadvantaged. Itchg 7/21 VACUUMS many brand
and keeps occupied with her happy to resume normal Apply at the llorida State --- -- -- -- 782-3254. 7121 2tpd 7/28 .1 new ".c..... Used
(H radio her poodle dog. activity after suffering a Employment: Servile 209 NEW HOME! with a -- ---- ---- machine available. Eiperl >ce/ia/ T: rwi//egor//

: her doll collection and broken collar bone about six"eeks' W. C.U St., SUrke. Equal variety of "'Iu... footage.We FARFISA ORGAN repair,all make Part andcceisorlss FAULKNERE
Missy Portable, duo keyboard, NEW LOCATION
She has been Opportunity Employment. otter VA, MIA, and for all vacuum I
I ho regular visits of her ago. 120O,cell for 1475
I tutor 7/21. Conventional financing. ampcut m 20SN.TEMPLESTARKEflORIOA
Itchg B.II..I. contra! vacacmv.tm fQI"'LIOQ
cautioned not to climb trees
:Mrs. I..ola! Johnson. Betty was Phone 98J.8741. 7/21 or belt offer. L..t.", 782- LB
-- ---- -- -- Itchg *. 404 NW 10th
hut does enjoy boating and
.il lc to Msit her while 3578. Itpd 7/21
> parents OWN A HIGHLY PRClt..r.ABU -- - - -- Avenve, Gainesville. PhoN9T6.7110
swimming with her family -- -- ---- OFFICE PHONE 964-7774
OWNER 3 frame
Lori received medical ; and beautiful I.adle* BY : BR. aid TF/Chg .'".
.1 .
at lent ion. now. ranhion nhoppe or Jean h......, newly renovated, YARD SALE Friday L HOME PHONE 964-5145 :
Shoppe featuring the lateHtIn large shaded lot, convenient Saturday. Electric hot water U'S.W.tarSt, m
l.idlte laihlon 111,500.Includeu : to ihopplng center. M..t.. .. heater and other BRASINGTON Stsrke,Florid
Hampton lake mlecellaneou item 527 N. 964-508}
to opprecl.te.1SOOV CndlDne
Inventory Oldnnobila
Cherry St., Itchg, 7/21 Y RALPH BRYAN
negotiable. Phone 964.5157.HehS.
residents CLASSIFIED; AD rixture*. Training and Sale tit Service '
Lake welcome'irRinia -- -- ---- -
(.randlpeaing. InveHtment T/l< Commercial' \:., ,
wileZOO' .
Fine property Real
\ and Sam Lee who IRISH SETTERS: 2 Selection O/Uied -
reionll -- - --- --
lecured mdxe \011
>' moved into the home can fully b. open In by.* little a. 15 3 BR IIOISFC' LR. DR. female. 1 1/2 and 2 112 Cart Taken On North.frontage Block en Hwy building 301 m'

formerly occupied by Warren darn,' ('all Mr.\ Byron 19t111 Kitchen) complete, year old. AKC registered.Phono Cadillac Tradet Included gnat lac....*. Estate
Stcvermon Sam operates a TV Deadline for Insertion 721398N'FGA remodelpd :N L. Woodburn 964-0195. Itchg 7/21 2001 N.W.13 378.5301 -- -- Lillian,C.Pearson REALTOR
718 Laura St, 9114-5211.8/30( -- -- -- ---- -
repair shop at his Silver take Tuesday noon preceding - 7/21. ALUMINUM SIDING GAINESVILLFLONGCHAMP Handyman Special. .House Real Estate '

.home and is now milking an Thursday before publi 4tchg owning, gutterr, window, ...d. Itaing on beautiful. let 2117' N Temple
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addition( to their Hampton cation. RENTBRADFORD \ etc.Joieph D.CarrUoo, 964- --. -- Office 964-8788
lake homo 5205. 7/21 2tchg 7/28 6 and ... hell. aero with. STARKE

:Mr. and :Mrs\ icorge :Minimum charge 12.00Covers t PERSONALSALCOHOLICS t ---- --- nlc. 3 BR. Mobil Home, 3 BR tram* ..11... CH/A. SR 16 WEST
Simpson .lov' Williams and ( n Words) VILLAGE BIG YARD SALE: 237 Home and Building lurafehed.Apprnimalely fenced corner lot, 15000.
Kill \\ilson t'njcned Floral Each word over 13 APARTMENTS: I BR, Monroe St. Behind Eagle Materials ----- -- --- 24 Acre t .bandlngo. -
n modern, lurnlihed. AC, ",ON.Trdler.zlae. ,U'.".23 IO.0." with 2 BR frame wnn carport on over 1.000". an highway"
Association co\ered dish 10 cents carpet,.a'.ln' cloiet walled T-body and trim, antique -WEBUILD- mobile homo. 795' Iron legs. Fla. Power 115,000. (38,000. Term

picnic nt Ic'orgetow n on garden patio off.itreet ANONYMOUS: tar! : .: who lucceanlulliving clock, much mo... 9 a... "YourPlans Or Ours .. Hwy 100 --- ----
Sumli\". All classified ads parking.31S W. Haihington people want toSTOP until Friday cod Saturday.llpd Your Lot Or Ours" -- --- S 7 acr-cor. 100-S at 100- LAWTEYAREA
'Alan' Ciinstme! is recovering/ must be paid for in advance St, phone 98J.BBV1. 7121 drinking. .od STAYstopped. 7/21. 3 BR.28 an oat acre Needs A. reduced. to (13JMM. --- ----
unless have Meeting Thuradayand FREE ESTIMATES finishing touches. 115000. ;.. I A Acr Ida High a.
from If/dig (
!an injury he suffered you ------ ---- --
Sunday, 8
when si lest tote from his an established account --- or 98J4A94TFNouseCleaning p.m. Phoge9810J3J Remoaeling Repairs --- -- 10 acre* lacing SR 230 andWliou Dry Houooo or .M.MkHsn. .
FURNISHED Beaallf 3BR. 2 full bath .. tram
Road. i22flOO.SVawro (3.90O.
with The Telegraph. In .
l'hl'milltrsl'1 broke and Additions
required APARTMENT 3 and -- --- -- BOOTSAt brkk ham*. rormel living Owner financing.I .
room -----
several stitches. His thai I'vent.1 extra bath) no children or peti.Phono Homes Bought and dining rooms, tarn!, facmg two ...... ----
mother Umi (innstmc. is one charge for billing. Not 9648021. Itchg 7/21 Sold Traded room, kitchen with ...et read 19,000.36J5 I.I S, 10 acrea, ... Oweorinane

of t the slur players on I the Keystone responsible for errors --- --- ----- arradine's bar large pot ram.Nice +- --- ( .lag.
Heights! softbali (cam.Annette. when given over the FURNISHED: SpecialAny neighborhood. acre t58,50O ----

Hill jind Teresa phone or when copy Is APARTMENT. I bedroom, Single Story JUSTIN WRANGLER ACREAGE FOR ----- HAMPTON AREA

Itaulrirre enjoyed I several r ot typed and brought to large living room kitchen, House 129.95 SALE 10-30 WANTED, with Approximately wlthonthouia. S LAWTEYB..II roam frame h.... 40 la 225 Acre -' from

\,,'('kll'isif with their jrindmolher iJie office. etc. .Sorry, no children or Two Story House Summer ale now going anBest 9t34- i8531ligh14xiyJ01 acre. Bayer. waiting ar with ,M IA acre (12,000. (625Acra.THERESSAAREA.
Phone 9645033.
:Mrs. :Nellie H.iuldreo 7/21 pete llpd 39.9510 69.95 selection" Beit Prices South ...11. ---- \

in Alford Klnnd.i ItilK VMISunforlunile None Higher Anywhere. 2 BR frame homo completelyfurnlabed
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rmmnh In be hit 2RR rlRMSIIrn: APARTMENT Mobile Home 1995 CARR \DlNt.S: Starke Paul H. FaafcaeT loci new wisher

Its' it ring( hut Wiis not nerioush' WANTED with A/C. This Is a pressure and LEATHER SHOP KtaltorAieoclateo and dryer : !.I_, OO. I.7.10-up to 137 Aero. aft

hurl Teres.i And Annette lire (90/menth. Phone 964.7767 chemical cleaning - Commercial. bldg._115,000. SR 100 from tl.lOO/Acr

nowi ilinK( the dcorgeShires' after 5pm. Itpd 7/21 guaranteed to remove I mile South Lawtiy Before -- --- ....., fniencmg.RAIFORDAREA. .
Irene L.' .11&...
fRmilin -- ---- ---- on I.S.301 29 acrer 133,500.
('hnrhxhtn mildew, stains
WANTED ltul r.fdpnl.n bugs, .
9S4 SHI8naanM.Bak.koa :..
S.t' who have Ixvn :No\v 1 BR FURNISHED Phone 7S2-3400 '
washer, and .
You A --- -- .
Buy -
APARTMENT with AC. etc.Call Beiutlfel .. .
: f. 51 S onoN
friends of the iiildrees for stsvec In good Collect 964-8961 "4.1I'n. 20 Acre-D lry barn.
7S/month. Phone 984.7787 301. Brick
home with Zlrepkcu
\t'urs..t'ltn': H.iuldrcetepiirts D....'. Disceant; after '
8 .ell" 130.000. "
otter 7/21 p.nt.MODILE pump.
5pm Itpd : Mobile / 3 BR 2 Basks,
that Imnmess il the 9g4.712aTFC6gAUTOMOBILES: :
-- --- -- -- CH A, barn, fenced
/ixtiiir HcM.iiir.ini they nwn 2 BR MOBILE HOME and 2 I 12x70 2 BR. planted padare195,400.. 3 BR Fardel.l Henea a* I ;.;

and openite in Wuldo'ill ening BR HOUSE both on BayleiiHighway. Home paved rood $15,000. I

.In i .\ many pleased > j Phone 9644861 or47J3831'ltchg B & % 4 BR,2 Beth.Double Wide, KEYSTONE AREA
customers.Mrs 7/21 HOME MebUa Ham. W/chAA, r,
:\ 'Nancv: 1 Padgett and. MF.RCIRVCOI'CAR.: 1972 -- -- -- -- PARK Front & Rear Sec oeonoa *>ooeiiTSMtVIMCt 1.7 acree../".," hookup Silver Sindi Lakefroat"3Br -

daughter. Ite.nt her from 2-dr h.rdppY1, vinyl, tap, 3 for BR....ple.HOUSE. Tolbert ISO/month McCoy, 56995OLIN'S. -.' for 2ndMH._ _(15,000. Farniohod. H... '
Inald Llmlte John 111,110O.
Sindnrd. are \'Isiilinlt :Sir and radial tin, new Intro ells City KM m.twe .
410 .
W. Andrew St. Starke.Phone 71/2 acre, ...1.0..., >
!to Bradford SquareOr r ._ --- --
:Mrs\ 1>1I'idIenR: for severalda.vs i rotor. A IC. AM/FM M Temple Ate
9647818. Itpd 7/21 ml** W.*.. r.t off SR 1
) Acr lets Hose.
:: is sisler.nnd stereo r..". Up dock GT Downtown 473 3775 or
Nancy Cheryl's -- ---- ----- 125. (13.000. Manila
... Hsmei Owner
paekap glamour plot,
her Sheila Starling BEAUTIFUL MOBILE
cousin. (2,200. Ala. Oed ., 8 '130 Per iiip"- ASSOCIATES llnanclng. from S4.5M.!
cyl. HOME Montb Mobile Home SalesHwy !
from Law t is also enjoyingn CK/A. furnlehed .
py. vinyl tap. A/C. P/S good All say CoivenlencsoFlra ..... Zy p.nr 804-7154 .. "

visit w ith David.. Cheryl' and. ... ma.go, (1700 Pbeso (150plui ulilitlc. Fhone per 964 month.Adalteoaly ,PoHca Protection, 100 Weal WiYflfrtff'i: ," 7824317. Weterfrent Swhn. ...
Tina. M4-890S.. ups 7/14 .7121.lIeh. City Gu,W.pr" Stirko r...e..e..n..e.t .. ,Lillian Peareoa- Ski on tUs .....Uf.1 door. .
J"ffreHnker. David Grittier REALTOR water .lake 100'
--- -- ------- Sewer on
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and Kevin : the DART 6 2" thru 6" .t.,. Only 1 lota left at I
\Ieng'spent DODGE 1975 MOBILE HOME Two Jo-Lu Motel Large "., fr... loan, '
weekend with Mrs Frankie cylinder, AT AC, PS. bedroemi, on Grlffli Loop.Phono LR, family room, on ten Lawtey' ,F'Jr". I2J508 t-Nr fmaaemg.MISCELLANEOUS. ,1
AM/FM I freak Coed 9648816. Itpd 7/21. 964-8810 .- Fast Rotary acre, lad all SR 10.' :

eh. .. (2300. Pbsn 964603 .. .. I
pMnlttBt -- --
Conniv: .'.Bond,;Sale' altar S .... llpd 7/21 NsItIB Drilling Equipment 301' Nectk. 1 BR. .LR.frame Went M........ I BR..large j 1
-- --- ---- --- hoae
SALE a* tan acre,
Total S15.239 1170 FOlD LTD 4 doer FOg STATE LICENSE tractor and ....,.../. DR. carport, two porcbae. I
odor. P9. PI. AC. radial) PRODUCTION AND ....u....... - Realty askestoi. .1.1.., goodsendltlan r

t>,.... Eu...... condHlan.Can Several commercial lets oe 391 N.Ta.,.. A".. coraor' let, i
Bradford County June sales .*. nl Hnrt Shell. (.tMMI.P. MAINTENANCE WORKERSNew NAllSl1Eq Pumps! 301.t Rtorko,Fin.OH. ( ,101. d
for Series E and H United ..... 473-2726. lt hg 721lMl - .964-7708 -----
Bonds were ---- ---- tlhremf AttgrMr New 8 Used .land I Acroi SBR CB Bonn .
States Savings electric steel mill in ant peon 3 BR, 2 Bath, Stucco J
$13.239 said ,SL. Peek. Jr. VW BUG, G... reaoowabre prfcod J.at eO Ii...... style oR Browabe Road w...*. .,
volunteer for the traaspertatlen. Make erter.Phono Baldwin Ft. has immediate COPPER WIREPI19XI, SalesPartsService 8R It, N.W.1 lawn.
chairman a.
Erime oj
(...s"I3.' ups 7/21 EaVriderT Loop I fraaM
4 .a, Walking ,
county. -- ----- --- openings for production tl.I.HII.".... E-Z Termse..a..e. wr. tea**.. Bawtn| Ann M y
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said 144 .......*, t dlotanc Bleiaoes.Lot :'i
The county chairman FOR SALEi 1973 Datson ...* N.W. ef Starbe..Very ... -- '14,5 0.teeukud. t
workers ( 432 Per Hr Or ...
Bradford County reached 65.2 400.Groat..*.11.....Save *. Sampson Lake. 20 ----- d

June30i8alesofSerlellEand and bey far 1000. So* at Higher) and one skilled elect. Plumbin! .9. .. i;. 1oa1N. ...., percent ...... bo>Mine. late. .11
goal Standard ........ SR.100 .'-'pweII adood.CHA. : -- -- .ear Country Clwb:. Nat '
II, K..e.. Helfhte.. tin/- maintenance mechanic Ntkll ...! C* 'M TiWotQTIIITYSIIIS !lot will may loft awaormeacblg. q
H United States Savings ( 684 New Installation on on* acre Lot hi Hampton Leke u... .i
Bonds in June were 1183 '' t Cal TtNts. 'as" pleoty *4 ...... t
Per Hr.1')) 3 week rotating --------- Lot r rfl
million.$4.S million over June Plympton ,Signs Remodeling Twe '20-acre Creep. .veryreatanebw. BuiUmg In coy H...* aTM ATr7a ettl
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1976. January through June Will Not Be shifts. Liberal com any ,treat aft SR 16 30 Acree off Morgan Rood R 100 Sa.tb.Jnat borealJty. !
sales totaled $101 million, an paved road], PIN ..... of tlmbir.
in ,. .
benefits. Apply person. Repairs --- ;1
tall .ilf...
increase of $6.7 million over Closed BecauseOf *. .b -- -.u
JO Aero S
the same six sate months attained of 47M last 'The DisabilityOf FLORIDA STEEL CORPORATION t1lllnlEtwly 8,1e// .Durranc.....t..t......... 9 BR.black. .....T BedfordLake. I Fairy. equipped.It Layor. Heuse. WEBAVEOTBEU'EVENING.___ ;
years --- --
Itt annual *aus. Yellow Water Road SR 217 ....................... Mree near c.,. Good
gurieJd 30. i John W. Plympton East Of Baldwin Fla. PIOMIINOMM'' "PUII! PUMPS& SUPPLY ,!! _alU. i lor- beeao., aJtetR.t.R.aJEths. ,

.,- ....f W* WM Bt Doing fualnaae. An Eoul Opportunity. Employer Mir : iaF.j'. .-.t...... ). NgdditwROr; ttl/. i t,

From ed.ln tnt .em- ,1C* tit4 .COMPANY \
an On A .Urn I tail BMW. : krt Pntrny Attaku rr
ployment.oppprtudtkacdumn =:=s===i .
"oi. i BrokerPaarlAneVww MUne Manager 47J48M
U4fff* If.*' 884 N. Temple Ave.
In the Dayton News! t :'SN,4rJ Olla K.WIt .*.. .Rani Ct raharrbMetMToM Croalap 1184tT4r '
"H rrled couple or II lngl I. Bmtlmttt Stark ---- aod.ra 4-4W4
person parents", serve. .al. house. ""tan .Jr..r ::Lr,., Fruit upnragu should map when broken; .. let tMY atlu/. ?. 964-7061 ..oti li.Med.ZA.11. *.Anna.04T7M uBV stir uB

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,! agrl' TELEG RAPII .July 21, 1877

t, LAWTEYby -
Mr.:and Mrs.Paul Moore of
I CHURCH ACTIVITIES LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Mrs.Charles Starling la much Mrs. Maines Griffis and Sundayafternoon I
[ CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Stephens and granddaughters Elizabeth Terry better and plans to come home children, of Palatka. Jacksonville, were of their
;L School 10 a.m.; Worship Services Services 11 am. and 7:30: p.m.; Shailia and Phone 782-3300 during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Richard M.- brother and guests
"i' 11 a.m., and 7 pm.; Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Shalene Stephens, visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Young, of Daytona Beach, sister-in-law Mr.
,'( Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. their mother, Mrs. Maude their grandmother Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kelly Carter of Columbia, S.C. are visited Mr. and Mrs. John and Mrs. Fred Moore.
7:30: p.m.; YPE Friday at 7:30: NORTIISIDE BAPTIST: Stephens of Richmond, Ky., Gladys-Evans, of Northshore. and son, of Jacksonville, were visiting their mother, Mrs. Tye,Jr:,and family on Friday Joe C.Scarborough and lon
Dale of Jacksonville
Sunday School 10 a.m.; from July 6, to July 11. She Jacksonville. They carriedtheir Saturday dinner guests of Flossie Rosier for sometime. nfght on their way to Atlanta, were
i pm.EVERGREEN BAPTIST Worship Services 11 a.m. and enjoyed having them spend grandson, Andrew their uncle and aunt, Mr. andMro"GeorgeKellyandtamily Casey Dobbs was a Sunday Ga.Mrs. Saturday evening guests of
Sunday School 10 a.m.; 7 m.; Prayer MeetingWedcesday her birthday with her. Crews with them. dinner guest of his parents, .Martha Strickland and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pearson.
Worship Services 11 a.m. and at 7 p.m. Miss Arthurine Blanchardand Mrs. Marian Hall, of Mr. and Mrs. Harry High- Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dl) bs. daughter Patricia, of Hazel Cecil Whitehead of Kingsley
." 7 p.m.; Training Union at 6 ST. JOHN'S MISSIONARY Mrs. Allie Strong enter Jacksonville Beach, and Mrs. smith, of Jacksonville, spent Mr.and Mrs. Michael SoCks hurst, Ga., visited her brother Lake,, visited Mr. and Mrs.
; Prayer Meeting BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 tamed the patients at Baker Cora Hodges, of Macclenny Saturday afternoon with their and family of South Amboy. and sister-in-law Mr. and Carl i Prevatt on Saturday
", Wednesday at 7 p.m. a.m.; Worship services 11 County Nursing Home[ at spent: the weekend with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. N.J. were recent guests of Mrs. Gene Pearson on morning. .' .
Wordie Melton and
,, FAITH BAPTIST: Radio a.m. and 3 p.m. on Second and Macclenny honoring Miss sister, Mrs. Hester Hicks. Fred Moore. their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Saturday. Her daughter. son
;., Program on WPXE 8 a.m. on Fourth Sundays. Prayer band Enza Blanchard on her 89th Mrs. Cathy Hardee and Mr.and Mrs. Johnny Wyke, Mrs. Gene Pearson. While Maria returned home with William Harris, and
Sunday; Bible School 10 a.m.;i. on Monday at noon birthday on Friday, July 15. children, of Highland visited and son Tommy, of Laurin- visiting their mother, Mrs. them.. grandson, Donald Stokes, of.
Worship Services 11 a.m. and SMYRNA MISSIONARY They served cake and ice her parents, Mr. and Mrs. burg, N.C. spent the weekend Stanley Fedak, of Starke.. Ode Dobbs, of Lake Butler Ocoee, spent Thursday to '
6:30: pm.; Prayer Meeting BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 cream to all the patients and Fred Carter, Thursday afternoon with their parents, Mr. and They spent a week in the spent Monday with his brother Monday with her son-in-law
Wednesday at 6:30: p.m. a.m.; Worship Services 11 employees After refreshments and went swimming in Mrs. Doc Mosley. They took Pearson Trailer at St and sister-in-law, Mr. and and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
GRACE UNITED a.m. and 7 p.m.; BTS 5:45: Miss Blanchard one of their fish ponds. their daughter, Teresa back Augustine Beach also. Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Lonnie Teston.
METHODIST: Sunday School p.m. Prayer Meeting on opened her many gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Richard with them and left Tommy for Mrs. 'ordie Melton, ofOcoee "
9:45: a.m.; Worship Services Wednesday at 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs.'Leslie Sweat, Chesser and family, of two weeks. ........er of Mr. and 5.* EiC.odCara! Great Duya *b
11 a.m. and 7:30: ( p.m.; Choir of Macclenny, were Friday Sanford, spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mrs. Lonnie Teston, visitedMr. ny'3.'
Practice 7 p.m. and MYF 7:45: PERSONALSMrs. overnight guests of their with their parents, Mr. and Collier, of Starke, visited Mr. .and Mrs. Earl Teston and 3rif i/Trf flllTQ *
p.m. on Johnny Jenkins and sister, Mrs.O.J. Anders. Mrs Hubbard Harley and and Mrs. Carl Prevatt, on family Sunday afternoon
The Unite Methodist son Robert, and friend Miss Chuck Moore and Bob, of carried their daughter home Wednesday afternoon. Mr.and Mrs. Gene Pearson, .
Women will meet at the homeof Lisa Dyal of Hilliard,, and Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. with them. We are happy{ to report that their granddaughter, Robin SALES :.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox, Mrs. Jenkins' mother, Mrs. Wesley Thomas and son Jay, Tatum, and niece Maria :: WE1J[ (B o( ffi
of Waldo,on Tuesday, July 19, O.J. Anders were guests of of Live Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Hunters Strickland of Ilazelhurst, L .
at 10 a.m.Rev. Mrs. Anders' sisters, Mrs. Tom Casey and family, of Primitive Weapon Ga., spent Tuesday at Silver 73 II
M.E. Myers, of Marian Hall, and Mrs. Cora Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Springs. 1:1: 72 CADILLAC PONTIAC
Melrose, will preach at the Hodges of Macclenny, on Michael Moore spent Reminded Of BlandinIlltnt Mr. and Mrs.{ Paul Ray and AlTP/S aD
church while Rev. Will Wrightis Sunday of last week. Saturday with their parents, --- -- ., daughters, of Jacksonville, LOADED
and Mrs. Fred Moore. archery hunt and 150 in each spent Sunday afternoon with
away at Chandler School of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futch Mr. Primitive on
Theology at Emery and family of Jacksonville Brian Bowman is still enthusiasts are remind by special muzzle loader hunt. their aunt Mrs:John Tye, Sr. $2595 $1250 ac
University, Atlanta, Ga., for Beach came for a short visit spending two weeks with his the Florida Game and Fresh "The huge popularity of the John Tlnsler returned homeon
four weeks. with their aunt Miss Elizabeth cousin Robby Bowman at Water Fish Commission to use special hunts necessitated Tuesday July 12th after a n
HIGHLAND BAPTIST Terry on Tuesday at Satellite Beach. They are establishing the quota system visit with his grandparents,
: hunt
the special applications 1913.
Sunday School 10 a.m.; noon. Miss Terry returned enjoying swimming and green to apply for either the for the first time this year, Mr. and Mrs. John Steele of 1971 FORD
home with them and returned fishing. Stafford said. "Choice of Monroe, Tenn. .
Worship Services 11 a.m. and muzzle loader
archery or g
bus Mrs. Mildred her weaponry will also segregatethe Miss Billie Doreen Wilson ctdExtraClean OLDS.DELTA 88 MX1250
7 p.m.; Prayer Meeting home by on Friday after Tye son hunts to be held in the Camp
hunters admitted to the
I Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. noon.: and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Blending Wildlife Management spent the weekend with -
Mrs John Tye, Jr., and area Stafford pointed out. friends, Mr. and Mrs. Alan :
area.According $2395
family visited Mr and Mrs. "In the past seasons we've Withers of Tallahassee. )
I I Frank Camp and family on allowed muzzel loaders and Mr. and Mrs.James Waters
Saturday night. to Steven K archers in unlimited numbers visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert 1974 CHU a ,'
Energy Savings Miss Arthurine Blanchard Stafford. Wildlife Biologist, in the area at the same time" Sappenfield, at Melrose on :u: .
:: spent the weekend with her the applications for the he said "and we feel, as do Sunday of last week. Friendsof CAMARO 72CHEYELLEO
cousin Clarence McCloud October 15-16 and Oct. 22-23 many of the hunt dintuasion Mrs. Sappenfield will be 6 Cyl. PIS 3 Speed '
whose wife Bertha passed archery hunts and the Oct. 29- that the mass happy to know that she is On The Floor
away Sunday morning. While 30 and November 5-6 muzzle approach detracts from the home from Alachua General $
CENTRAL HEAT & AIR there she attended the funeralon loader hunts are available quality of hunting available." Hospital, Gainesville, after o 2 9Q5 $600 a
Tuesday. Afterwards she only from Commission re having recovered from a
visited his sister, Mrs. gional offices and not from the BROOKERIN heart attack there.
Completely Installed Catherine Johnson.Mr. usual license agents. Mrs. Lois Tucker and
.and Mrs. Ronnie Mosleyand Stafford said a quota of 300 BRIEFBy granddaughters, of Jacksonville ThieWeek'e5peclal ;:.
daughter, of Maxville, hunters would be allowed to were guests Sunday
went to visit their brother, participate in each special Jeannette Prescott afternoon of her brother-in-
Jimmy Eunice of Atlanta, law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Ga., and will bring their __ Phone 485-1715 Earl Teston and family:
mother, Mrs. Harold Eunice Y Miss Elizabeth Smith is m
$1,590 home with them. Mrs. Eunice PERSONALS visiting her uncle and aunt, ,'
visited her son and daughter ; .e / -J Those attending the Hinton Capt. and Mrs. Russell Lines KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ; ;
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Emory & Wetherington family in Sumter, S.C. = :
Eunice and family at reunion, held at Cocoa Beach, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and
Chattanooga, Tenn., before The word pattern conies from also the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Daisy Boch were 4.7'3-4470 8l 473-4078 :
2 TON SYSTEM coming to visit Jimmy in the Latin pater meaning Mrs. Kevin Wetherington, in Saturday overnight guests of
Atlanta, Ga. father. Just as a father ought Titusville over the weekend their relatives Mr. and Mrs. .
Mr and Mrs. James to be a good example for his from Brooker were: Mr. and Virgil Griffis and family, and *" Ciaad cars Great Buy.
(PLUS AN ) Bowman enjoyed a family get family, a pattern is a model Mrs. Tommy Cox, and
for whatever is done.
together Saturday night with being children, Bradlee and Deena; -
Mrs. Lucy Edwards,
by her Mr.
accompanied son
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By Margaret Richie lor Mr. and Mrs. Noble wedding. Saturday night( .
Phone 431-16KS Scroggins.: Ernest Edwards ,
Looking back over some of accompanied by his daughter,
The next Raiford town the Union County Times, I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Prevatt dial direct :
council meeting will be came across a history of of Gainesville, Mrs. Cherie

August 2, at 7:30: p.m. The Raiford and here are some of Hinton, accompanied by her ... .. .....d..... .,.. ._...
primary business on the the interesting facts I Daddy, and family Mr. and
agenda will be the budget for learned: Mrs. Bill Hinton, who were ;
the coming year. This small northcentraltown here visiting from New and save
Mien There are still some started several years Orleans, La., Mrs. Inez Green
openings for the fishing before the turn of the century and daughter, Shirley.
expedition scheduled by the when Hunter Warren Raiford, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
I Carrier prison employees' club The a native of Havtkinsville, Ga., Wetherington of Merritt Continental operators like Gwen Lewis
trip is to be August 13 and came here to build a tur Island, served as host for the
would like to remind that dialing direct
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,I by calling Don Richieat Mr. Raiford boarded with members were together the where available" ..and making your out-of.-
1 431-1685 the late Dora Tyson at her entire weekend. it was a very
2f' Hour Expert Service On All Makes Of Frances Griffis and George home on the SE side of joyous occassion. state calls station-to-station..lower your long
Fischer were admitted to Kaiford Mr. and Mrs. Walter
I A Conditioning & Heating EquipmentSAWYER Union General Hospital this Mr. Raiford established the Atkinson, Jr. of Donaldsonville distance phone costs.
past week. We do wish them a turnpentine still and also hada ,Ga.visited relatives that
speedy recovery. Commissary store for his included, Mrs. Joyce Castlen,
Did you know that if you dip hired hands. In this Com Charlie and Eddie Thursday, Dial your access code, the area codeif

bacon in flour before frying it missary store the first post- July 14. Little Patricia ( different from yours), then the number. This
Castlen returned home for a
will not shrink and it gives the office opened and it was
bacon a good crusty flavor. named Raiford and this is how visit with her uncle Mike aunt eliminates the need for operator assistanceand
The weekend at the the community started. Next Debbie and Josh to Long
Air Conditioning Scroggins residece had all the week, we'll have the Beach, California. passes the savings on to you.
. earmarkings of a drab two the shoot-out and a sort Mrs. Alpie Parrish. of
.!- days but things perked up history of the railroad here. Auburndale are spending this You'll
save even more by using
t 332 W. Madison StarkePh. when the 10 month old Ya all have a good week and weekend with her neice, Mrs.
; grandson a waned Little please call me with your Joyce Castlen, Charlie and lower long distance evening and weekend
964-7701 Scotty Klein things up social items. Eddie.
rates. Check your directory for details.

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