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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 28, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I ., ;'.; r i i Only one city commission seat will be decided by Starke voters in the September 13 city election
as Ed Green qualified to oppose Joe Warren for the Group 2 seat.
,;Jpy u7y ,, ) liyf native Bradford 1 County Green qualified Just before the noon Tuesday deadline paying$120,
or 5 percent t of a councilman's $2,400 salary. Green said he always wanted to serve the public by
J' z being on the council and when he was approached by people in the community urging him, he
,, decided to run for office.
zb Green said another reason
i i"f he chose to seek the post was
> Warren was"elected this past
term on promises that he has
failed to fulfill." A ug.22 HearingSet
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r An automotive technicianfor
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the Florida) National
'' '' il'{' NrIMq/ Guard at Camp Blanding
Green has lived in Starke for
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i k 10 years. He is a past member For
of the Starke Police Francis
t Department Auxiliary and a ,

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County Sheriff's Department.A .
Playing with the hot stuff the city line crew makes connections necessary for its hands on some 400 a mp series trip colls. The switch box came 'In with 75 amp member of the Grace
a new circuit entering the city substation on East Call Street. The new circuit breakers which won't carry the 300 amp load the city will-place on the circuit. Baptist Church, Green servesas School Bd. SuitSeven
will be the third the city hat on Florida Power &Light feeder lines. The city now Crewman working on the ladder on the hot lines are Lester Willingham and an usher. He is married and
has 2Vi of Its four circuits using FPL produced current. Bill Chambers, Power Plant supervisor George Graudons, who looks as If he ,,"-- -------." -'" ,...,...- '..:..7". "'.
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might be orchestra directions at left. Crewman Cecil "
directing an gives .. "... 1
The new circuit Is connected and ready to go as soon as the city crew can lay Pressley is at bottom right. .j .,. ,.':/:!"4ii'1' months ago the Not long after Francis filed
.I' :. 'f'fA'I Bradford County School suit. Superintendent Tom
.\ Board denied the nominationof Casey who nominated
I It Takes Juggling Act To Keep City Lights OnJuggling :: Charles Francis as Francis for the position of
IIi" ." principal of the high school. BUS principal, joined in the
On Jan. 24, Francis filed suit suit stating the same reason .',
the city's record electricity is currently far busy getting the new circuitry have fluctuated from 2.2 centsto most 'natural! gas available against the board stating they for the action.
electricity demand between less. Because of several installed over the weekendand 2.8 cents per KW. It costs here in three years. Even that had failed to cite"just cause'for About a month ago the two
Florida Power&Light and the problems-Inadequate switch until late Monday. They the city more than four cents is only enough to run one his rejection. cases were consolidated
city's overloaded and gear,a failing turbocharger a had trouble getting the new per KW to produce a kilowattof engine, the 1.850( KW Francis will finally get his before Circuit Judge
struggling power plant, 1,000 KW engine down for circuit to hold Wednesday because electricity in its power Worthington; the other 5 chance to be heard, as his case Benjamin M. Tench.
Merrill Dees and George overhaul and less efficient the switchboxordered, plant. generators still this week comes before the Circuit Francis was nominated for
Graudons are managing to operation on fuel oil, the with 400 amp breakers came' must Jburn expensive fuel oil. Court Aug. 22. the position of principal twice,
keep the lights on in Starke, power plant could now sustain! in with 75 amp breakers. There Is simply no way once on Jan. 4 and again on
but it's a constant battle 5,000 KW for a short peaking Tuesday afternoon was spent with the cost of fuel oil and the FOP the months of August rp April 18, the board rejecting
hot period according to Dees and rotating.lines to balance the scarcity of natural gas, for a September and October thisyearhe SchoolOpens the nomination both times. .
the weather this is allocated
During Graudons. load to make the breakershold small power plant to compete city over *
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to Florida
June when According law
temperaturessoared 15.OOTV.MCFI But the No-
r Latest which hit and in hunting up higher .with huge nuclear or hydro
problem the school board must
to 105 and 106 degrees allocation is only 9,251.
last week, Is the failing turbo- amp breakers to Install.administrator electric plants. flees .llIIIlstl.. verojfc/ .
c'ortslde'rr 1
the city recorded a record MCF and the December allo the .... '.
'peak load of 9,154 kilowatt charger on the city's newest cation dwindles to 2,058 MCF. recommendations lit the .
hours of demand (KWH). It and largest generator the The figures below, expressed in cents per kilowatt-hours superintendent and "may not
was the highest load the city 3,300 KW Worthington. That are a comparison of what it cost the city of Starke to producea Furthermore every engine Ed Green reject such recommendationsexcept
I ever had since records were engine is now putting out only kilowatt hour of electricity in its own plant versus what the in the Starke power plant Group 2 Challenger for just cause."
t started back in the late 50's. 1,800 KW Dees believes .the city paid Florida Power & Light for current. needs overhauling. There has has three children, LeeArn,
turbocharger has a bad Note: the city was receiving some natural gas when its been no chance, because of the IS, Billy 13, and Bradford, Aug. 29For The board denied the
The record demand was met bearing; the unit will run at cost was under four cents per KW in May and June. tight capacity limitations, for i eight. recommendation made on
with a 5,500 KW output from slow speed but not at high anything other than' Jan. 4 by a 3.2 vote, and madea
the city power plant plus a speed.A diesel generator runs Month Power Plant FP t L emergency maintenance to be Warren was elected to his harried parents relief is repeat performance of the
3,654 KW output from the efficiently only at full load. 10-76 .04534 .02935 done on the power plant in the first term in 1975 unseating 10- on the way; Bradford County vote in April. Those board
city's tie-in with FPL. Dees points out. 11-76 .04592 .02800 past three years says year veteran city schools August 29, members voting to reject
under the 12-76 .04594 .02612 .commissioner Jimmy McRae.A reopen one Francis'
Acting emergency Groudons, the power plant day earlier than last year and appointment were
Peak load of June 1976 was conditions Dees who is I'77 .04536 .02810 supervisor. teacher at the Vocational end June 9, 1978, one day Arthur Gaskins, J.T Parrish
recorded on June 28 at 7,300 superintendent of the city's 2-77 .04370 .02800 School, Warren is a Starke later. and Vernon Parmenter.
KW with 6,100 KW from the entire electrical department S-77 .04820 .02700 Once the third circuit, which native and a member of the Although the date for school Board members Pat Spenglerand
power plant and 1,200 KW went to the local FPL's 4-77 ..04000.02600 runs north from the power National Gua rd. He received a opening was approved by the Arthur Holliday voted for
from FPL. Peak load of all service supervisor for the *-" .03070 .02410 plant on Cherry Street to BA degree in Vocational school board in the spring, the Francis to assume the
1976 was 8,372 KW recordedlast Starke area.Sam Adukiewicz 6-77 .03320 ,02655 Clark Street and then heads Industrial Education from the board deadlocked July 18 on a principalshlp he had held for
September.Over for help. FPL had told the city west to Pratt Street Is University of North Florida.' busing plan presented by the previous five years.
that two circuits was all it switched to, FPL the city
The latest problem "Five years ago I wouldn'teven superintendent Tom Casey. Francis Is
now acting as'
should have
would supply current for in enough capacityto
the the
past year city have suggested that the Casey proposed all the
illustrates how the
just city Coordinator of Curriculum. .
take the KW
Starke. big 3,300
But Adukiewicz
has been forced In-
to of the schools in the county at '
became hero when has been gravitating toward city get out power producing Worthington off line and open C.C. Anderson is acting as
creasingly rely more heavilyon an unsung business but today it'sa 8:30: a.m. and close at 2:30:
getting more and more of its interim
he at Dees' investigate the trouble in the principal.
agreed to
Florida Power& Light.The request "
different Dees pointsout. p.m., rather than a staggeredday.
electricity from Florida story Gaskins the main
plant's output has been allow the city to tie a third turbocharger. But that can'tbe explained
said
power the had
Casey plan
Power& Light over the for Francis' denial of
past done until the KW reason
curtailed by breakdowns and circuit into FPL at the city'slocal 1,000 fMa the sanction of the principalsof j
engines down for overhaul. substation on East Call several years. Fuel oil went up another Superior engine now down for r > the schools < and the plan appointment as being that 1
The power plant's capacity is Street at Alligator Creek. Tuesday afternoon the city quarter cent per gallon on the overhaul is back on line. would offer the "best educa- Francis was "not following ,
plant was putting out with school board
KW but its told power two loads the city received ) policy I
theoretically 10,790 "They us we were tion and make
a
program schoolcritical \
about KW and the
5,000 city (with)
actual capacity to generate getting all they IFPLI( ) could Tuesday, Graudons pointed Meanwhile there was gigantic improvement in the past high ;
drawing close to 6.000 KW audits while Francis |
was
spare, but Sam studied the out. It is now costing the city 3,630,700 KW of electricity absorbed school system." '
from FPL at the substation. 38 cents for fuel in Starke in June, the was principal 1
-- .-r '._?;__'...4'iiti situation and said 'If you'rereally per gallon oil. With the defeat of the :
hurting'...," Dees The power plant can operate highest month on record to recommendation the school Parrish said Francis lacked J
added. What's more the city is more economically and more date.Graudons predicts a new system is now without a bus professionalism and !
-'L. ." .N"I. : The city was and is, buying electricity from FPL .efficiently on natural gas but peaking record this routing system to start the Parmenter agreed with both
::0r :; : :::::.- :;;..= hurting, so the third circuitwas far cheaper than it can the 15,875 thousand cubic feet September of 10,000 KW for u school year. Casey said the reasons. !l
" ---i: ::: :: shifted onto FPL Tuesday produce electricity in its own (MCF) the city has been one day when the hottest 'law required him to present The three also said that
: workmen plant FPL prices this allocated for this August is the weather hits and school opens. I
t:: ':"r':= :: night. City were year the most efficient and effective Francis lacked "firmness" in I
v. t.._... ____.. plan and the(board turnedit dealing with discipline ,p.
.;10,; -:: down and did not take actionto problems at the school while
..-.. reapprove the existing he was principal. Gaskins said
'W'. ":,L_, $1.8 Million Budget Set For BCH system.Teachers. that there had been numerous
23urs ... Joe Warren will begin the complaints raised by i
:-' Thursday July 21 Group 2 Incumbent school year with pre-planning businessmen saying that
Unopposed for the two year August 2226. students were roaming the
School Board term is police chief Jimmy The first holiday will be streets when they should have
7p.m. Room Rates up ; Salaries HikedIncreases Bowen who was the first September 5, Labor Day. been in school.
candidate to qualify, handing October 21 is a teacher
his check to city clerk Merrill planning day and November
Friday, July 2* Following the recommendation Dick with an Inch-thick coat of within a fiscal year Edwards the first day of 23 is a holiday for all. Free Chest
of the finance committeethe Edmondson receiving a pay urethan foam coated with two said Young. qualification. July 12. Bowen Thanksgiving holidays will
Voter Registration Bradford County Hospital hike of 23.6 percent.There are thin coats of silicone rubber The board minus Charney will be serving his third termas be November 24 and 25 and the
Closes Trustees Thursday July 21, 17 other employees who are to and cut down on utility bills. Williams who was ill, police chief. He served on Christmas holiday for X-Rays
,- approved a seven percent receive salary Increases Young said the budget was approved unanimously a request the city council from 1969 to .students will be December 19 .
r, salary increase for employeesand greater than 7.12 percent figured with a 20 percent In- for a$5 increase In stand 1971. He left that seat to run through January 3. Teachers To Be Offered
Monday August 1 a $10 a day Increase in According to the new salary crease in utilities for the year by pay. The Increase Is from for police chief. In the 1975 will have planning days!
room rates in a $1.829 million list, there are 20 administra $5 to 10 for a 16 hour stand by race he was opposed by Jesse January 2. January 27 and i\
County Comm. budget. tive personnel and 89 other Other budgeted items are and an increase from ".50 to Branson and Bill Chambers. March 24.Sfrlng Free chest X-rays wW be
V:10 a.m. The budget, which received employees at the hospital. about $16,000 for new equip- $12.50 for a 24 hour stand by. Veteran city clerk Merrill holiday March 27-31, available to all when the
Courthouse approval contingent on a full The budget prepared by ment and $9,000 for repair and Edmondson said the increase Edwards seeking his ninth wi! with the Bradford Department of Health and
financial review by Blue Cross hospital auditor Al Crippen of renovation of rooms. Also will add $150 per month or term of office is un(.,posed. County Fair which will Rehabilitative Services
Lawtoy Council Blue Shield to justify the Gainesville and presented by built Into the budget Is a 10 $1,800 yearly to the budget for Edwards who has only had run March 29 through April 1. Mobile Unit will be in Bradford
7:30p.m. room rate increase also Roger Young is based on percent increase for non- one person per day for the opposition twice in the 18 The last holiday of the year County the first week in
includes eight new positions at projections using the new salary items to cover infla operating room RN. years he has held the position will be Memorial Day May 29, August.
Elks Elkettos the hospital.The room rates of $75' up from $64 tion. Young said that is the In other action: paid$750 or five percent of his and school will end for Dates and locations are as
i' Dinner 7 p.m. new positions for the four private rooms in national average for increasesin -The board approved a $15,017 salary to qualify. students June 9. Teachers follows:
Mooting 1 p.m. accounted for about 7.5 percent the hospital and from $60 to hospitals. motion to continue to do Vernon Silcox currently post-planning will be June 12, Tuesday Office 2, from 1-4
Starke Elks Lodge salary Increase in the $70 for a semi-private room. Young said the 197 budget business with the present telephone holding the group four spot on 13 and 14.Holidays. p.m. -Post Hampton. ;
budget while the upgrading of Hospital revenue of Jt.682 increased from $1.718 millionto supplier Continental the city council is seeking re for 12 month per. Tuesday, August 2 from 9-4 p ,51
.- current employees to a state million has been projected at $1,829 an Increase of 6.4 percent Telephone Co. This concluded election handing In his sonnel are: July 4, 1977; p.m. Green's Store f.
Tuesday,August 2 scale added the other half to a 79 percent'occupancy rate. compared to the national presentation'by: Continental qualifying check July 18. September 5, 1977; November Brooker.
total of If percent overall. The The $147.000 balance of the average of t.7 percent and First Communication Unopposed this will be 24, 23, 1977; December 23. 26, Thursday August 4 from 1-4
Starke Council new positions added to the $1,829 budget has been presented Corporation over the past Silcox's third term on the, 1977; March 27. 28, 29, 1978; p.m.. City Hail. Lawtey.
7p.m. budget include a business to the Room rate Increases have to several months. commission. He was opposed and May 29, 1978. Thursday August from 9-8
manager-controller, four commission.. $132,000 ,.will be approved by Blue Cross- Trustee Dan Williams said in the 197S election by ,Gem The calendar adopted by the p.m.Reno Section, Starke..
: office personnel one medical come from a one mill tax levy Blue Shield the major he had checked: with the Jewelry Store 'owner ML. school board May 16 has 180 Friday August S from 1-4
c-- records clerk one emergency and $15,000 from race track insurance carrier 60 days in Public Service: Commissionand Woodburn.For student days and 13 teacher p.m. Piggly-Wlggly
m IIi, (Uammunity&tate medical technician and one funds.This is the same levy. as advance of .the increase. had learned the local those who have not planning days. Three teacher Parking Lot Starke'Friday
EKG technician.The last year. Young said he did not anticipate company: had received only registered to vote In the paid holidays, September 9, August 9 from 51pro.
dank new salary figures have Major repairs Included In any problems in getting three rate Increases since 1969 Tuesday Sept. 13 election, the Labor Day; November 24, Bradford Square
14 hospital administrative the budget are $95,000 for re- the 16.6 percent increase to$70 and his preference was to go books. close for voter Thanksgiving, and May 29. Starke (Winn-Dixie).
"'"-""_L..r.l Ur personnel receiving more roofing the hospital. A and the 14 percent Increase tom with the public utility; registration tomorrow Memorial Day were deleteduntil Saturday August from 9-
T...._.., than the average 7.12 percent Jacksonville firm said It could for the private room. (Friday. July 29) at S p.m. In the completion of teacher 12 a.m. Bradford Square
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Increase hospital re-roof the 34,323: square feet Hospitals are allowed two rate I Wage Uf. the county courthouse. .collective bargaining. (




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I'\ I ,' Repeat Lee Anne Vows Ashline July and 16 At Eldon St. Edwards Dampier The SPoeial SPtdeyt PI fT1te Mt


I Miss Lee Anne Ashline and
Eldon Gerald Dampier were ehior
Wlooly Soci.ty
united in marriage Saturday, 964-7608
July 16. at 1 p.m. in St.Edwards -.. -.- .... .. .. ""-
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with Foley Reverend. performing Father Patrick the Junior club Has Summer Felecia Rosier and Lauren Thomas


nuptials.Altar server was Alan Get-Together Wed July| 8 At Evergreen BaptistMembers
of the bride.
The bride is the daughter of of the Junior of roses. Other arrangementsof Evergreen Baptist Churchat
Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. Woman's Club held a dinner roses were used throughout Lawtey was the setting for
.. Ashline. Mr. Dampier is the party and get-together the party rooms. the wedding of Felecia
'.\IIII son of Mr. and Mrs. John Saturday night at the home of The 20 attending Included Suzanne Rosier daughter of
Dampier, all of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Autry at members and their husbandsand Mr. and Mrs. Bobby V
The back altar was high Country Club Estates. Mrs. George Roberts,Jr. Rosier, of) Lawtey to Lauren
rri,1f.N lighted with two vases of white sponsor, and Mr. Roberta and Freeman Thomas,son of Mrs.
gladioli white daisies blue The buffet table was Mrs. Curtis Sanders Seletta Thomas and the late
carnations and baby's breath. covered with a'lace cloth and president of the Woman's Club D.L. Thomas of Starke.
Under the main altar was a centered with an arrangement of Starke., and' Mr_Sanders. Rev. Leonard Melton per.
basket of the same flowers. .. formed the nuptials July 8 at 8
Mrs. Richard Coss, ASHLING DAMPIER ---------- p.m..

organist, presented wedding bodice, long sheer sleeves and three tiered wedding cake The altar was highlightedwith 4 r9tf'
music. flowing A-line skirt which decorated with blue roses and two large baskets of
Billy Smith attended as best curved to a sweeping chapel miniature bride and groom on yellow gladioli daisies and
man. Ushers were Bruce train. A camelot style head top. Mrs. Reba Hicks, cousin spider mums against a background .
Ashline brother of the bride, piece, covered with sheer )f the groom, cut the cake. of branched candelabra l
and Michael R. Beck. polyester, trimmed with seed Presiding at the two punch with tapers and
Mrs. Vicki Lynn Sisk pearls and lace to match her bowls at either end of the table decorated with daisies and,
attended her sister as matronof gown secured her elbow were Mrs. Nancy Smith and greenery. Garlands of yellow
honor. She wore a turquoise length veil of nylon. She Miss Linda Sue Jones. daisies and greenery ran
gown with short sleeves carried a nosegay of white Miss Susan Sapp kept the along the top of the railingsand
I II II trimmed in white lace and daisies with tiny blue straw bride's book. Todd Ashline the church pews were
white lace around the square flowers and baby's breath took pictures of the wedding decorated with white lace f
neckline. She carried a nose- centered with a detachable Following. bows and daisies. I
gay of blue carnations white corsage of white carnationswith a wedding trip to Mrs. Elaine Starling and
daisies and baby's breath. blue straw flowers.A .Disney World and Sea World Mrs. Sylvia Reddish pianist ( .
I Given in marriage by her at the and soloist, presented a program .
father, the bride wore a white reception was held in St. Ju-LouTrailerPark in Starke. of nuptial music. i'. ." < "
organza wedding gown with Edward's Parish Hall. Two The bride and groom are The groom chose his ,'",I.'". ,,1\',
I floral lace highlighting the vases of flowers the same as both 1976 graduates of Brad- brother Leslie Thomas Sr. as : ;(i<
bodice. Delicate cotton lace in the church were placed in ford High School. Mrs. best man. Ushers were Zack ., ,',1
traces the demure neckline. the hall. Dampier is employed by Edwards and Jimmy
.1 I Mr and Mrs. Eldon Uampler The bride's table was T.G.&Y. and Mr. Dampier is Wilkinson.) Leslie Thomas ..
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covered with an antique white employed at Winn Dixie in Jr., nephew of the groom, was )
I.I. linen cloth and centered with a Starke. 1

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ring bearer. A reception was held at the
First Baptist Church Of Starke Mrs. Debbie Norman Raiford club house.
attended as matron of honor. The bride's table was
She wore a green satin gown covered with a lime green
Vacation Bible School overlayed with chiffon cloth overlayed with white
sprinkled with daisies. She lace and edged with yellow
'wi carried of daisies and greenery.The four
a nosegay green
August 1.5 9:00: 11:30: Daily carnations accented with tiered wedding cake was
baby's breath. decorated with yellow roses
Children <. Yrs. 11 Yrs. 9:00: 11:30 MILLER-BROWN MOTORS | Mrs. Teresa Rosier, sister- and daisies topped with a
in-law of the bride, and Miss pearled heart shaped bride
Youth and Adults 7:00: 9:00: P.M.
Teresa Hart, cousin of the and groom. Also on the table
bride served as bridal were two small heart shaped

=- 'I. . ... and attendants.green satin They gowns wore yellow over. wedding cakes decorated cake one similar for each to the of
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lay eel with yellow and green the couple's parents. Flanking
chiffon sprinkled with. daisies. the cake were two silver

t They yellow carried roses with long satin stemmed bows. tapers.candelabra Miss Merrell with burning Hart and

( (Ywm. a /i For tfour IIoII'/ cousin Little of the Miss bride Lisa,was Griffis flower, Miss ake.Marian Damon cut the.

.. girl. She wore a white satin The punch table was'Covered
dress similar to the brides. : with a white lace
Given in marriage by her :::loth over green and held a:
father the bride wore a white :rystal punch bowl filled with
f bridal gown of chantilly lace fruit punch and a silver punchbowl
with a fitted bodice the I was filled with
sculptured neckline was champagne punch. Presidingat
accented with seed pearls and the punch bowls were Miss
(iridescent sequins and long Terry Lyons and Mrs,
pointed sleeves. The dress Roberta Griffis. .'
was layered with lace which Mrs. Betty Edwards:
extended into a cathedral directed the wedding. Floor
train. Her toque headpiecewas hostesses were Mrs. Nancy,'
't9h covered with satin, Edwards, Miss Denise Griffis,.
trimmed with seed pearls and Miss Debbie Hart Miss Cindy:
sequins and secured her veil Anderson and Mrs. Rachel;
of illusion trimmed with Griffis. ;
matching lace with Miss Glennelle Crews and'
irridescent sequins. She worea Miss Chris Anderson passed:'
,.. gold butterfly choker a gift out rice bags decorated wtih-:
of the groom, and carried a lilyof-the-valley sprays with'
1 nosegay of yellow roses, two gold rings tied with a:
greenery and baby's breath white satin ribbon. .
accented with three cattleya Following a wedding trip to I
orchids with lace bow and Tampa the couple are residing.
streamers. in Lawtey. "
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V :: ia Alice Atwood SI Sower Honoree

Miss Alice Atwood, whose candelabra. AIm on the table j
I marriage to Michael Clance was an arrangement of E{;
II typ will be an event of August 27 summer flowers. Mrs. Vernon
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I I { was honored at a bridal Smith served the punch front;
f )--- L ii shower July 21 at the home of a crystal bowl. '.I.
; ,b Mrs. Tom Smith
I on Morgan
'T Atwood of Starke
7 PIECE Road. Mrs.W.F.
The refreshment table was mother of) the honoree and.Mrs. ,
covered) with a chantilly lace M.S. Clance of Keystone'
: ; I ( WI ttstnSfi/JeGt, cloth and centered with an Heights, mother of the.i}!

antique bone china prospective groom were-
"' 'i "' '" F I 1u. 'kt presented with corsages of-
AN UNBEATABLE y '
silk roses. },
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:p s r J b u 4 Fifteen friends of the
v,4, .\ ;Ak VALUE! ;
i> i 4 7 i >> ,,, j i honoree enjoyed games and'
f n Ike >*r.f.f. r refreshments during the party'
I r hours. ''
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The hostesses Mrs. Rose::
; : :_ dll 7 Pieces Only Smith, Mrs. Allegra McRat,

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: Wed June 17 At Heilbronn Baptist ,former Mrs. John Toyce D.Bullington Cribbs, ,the a Thornton Whitehead.A and Mrs. A.B. Celebrate 50th Anniversary July 24Mr.

,recent bride was honored at a yellow and white color
i The Heilbronn Springs liq4J bridal shower Tuesday, July motif was carried out in the table.
Baptist Church was the 19 at the Pine Level Baptist decorations. The refreshment and Mrs. Volley ,
A 50th wedding anniversary I
I setting for the marriage of Church Education building. table was covered with a Starling celebrated their 50th
.Lola Evern Hilliard, book was kept by Mrs. Gina
daughterof white linen cloth wedding anniversary Sunday,
over a yellow I
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I ... Mr. and Mrs. Tommy L. Hostesses were: Mrs. skirting and centered with an July 24, at their home on of Jacksonville.The .0:
Milliard, to Ricky Lamar Roman Alvarez Mrs. Jerald epergne holding yellow Kingsley Lake at a surprise dinner was served -:
Faulkner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin, Mrs. .games Davis, candles and yellow flowers. covered dish dinner given by under the covered dock at the

William J. Faulkner. all of Mrs. Don Hallgren, Mrs. The gift talbe was covered their. son-in-law and daughter, lake. the 55 and .
Starke. Thornton Johns, Mrs. John with a white lace ruffled cloth Mr. and Mrs: William E. Among family ,
Rev. Junior Ogburn per- Kenney, Sr., Mrs. John over white linen. Yellow and Hardee of Newberry.A sisters friends, Mrs.attending Nettie were three bt r
formed the nuptials on June 17 Kenney, Jr., Mrs. Mark white daisies were pinned at three-tiered Simpson,
wedding cake Mrs. Wilmot of Jacksonville
"tat" 8 p.m.Centering. Moody, Mrs. Bishop Myrick, each corner and at the center. decorated with yellow rosettes andMrs.Amy Violet Underhill I
the altar were Mrs. Jessie Ricks, Mrs. Games with prizes and
and topped with two of Starke.
yellow
'two sunburst arrangements of Woodrow Thomas, Mrs. refreshments
were enjoyed by
bells
wedding centered the The received
.yellow and pink pompoms Jimmy Thornton, Mrs. Joe the 32 guests between the couple many
,with baby's breath and fern Thornton, Mrs. Vernie hours of 7:30: and 9 p.m. :jjMr
:with branched candelabra
Iwith burning tapers in the 4,4Li
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{background. Each window Connie Chasteen, Carl Riherd BIRTHSGrandparents ---
:was trimeed with a candle and and Mrs. Volley Starling
,daisy arrangement. Reception HonoreesMiss
I Eddie Frampton and Miss Earl and Lila Rhoden are Mr and lovely gifts and were pre
{Delilah Loadholtz, organistand Connie Chasteen and Butler and Mrs. T.W. announce the birth of a son, Mrs. Leroy Rhoden of sented with an engraved
.1"{ soloist, presented a Carl Riherd. whose weddingwill Williams assisted Mr. and Robert James, born July 7 in Hampton and Mr. and Mrs silver tray from their
[program of nuptial music. be an event of August 20, Mrs. Norman in entertainingtheir Alachua General Hospital. Dewey Fowler of Starke. memento daughter and of the son-in-law occasionCOURSE as. a
I Gracing the organ was an were honored at a reception guests. ._ I I
[arrangement of yellow and Saturday night by Mr. and Mr.and Mrs. J.R. Chasteen,
t green pompoms. Mrs.A.Russell Norman at the Sr. of Keystone Heights,
;.r t-J' Michael Hilliard attended I Norman home on East Call grandparents of Miss
;as best man. Ushers were Street in Starke. Chasteen and Mr. and Mrs.
:fJoey Faulkner, Greg Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Faulkner Mr. Norman and Miss Neil Dukes of Lake City: and
'Faulkner and Tommy the bride's book. Assistingwere Kathryne Epperson of Lake Mr. and Mrs. Bill White of 1
-.,Milliard, Jr. covered The bride's with a lace table cloth was and Mrs. Glen Sellers, Mrs. Butler greeted guests at the Lake Butler, aunts and unclesof MINI-'
'I itMiss Teresa Hilliard centered with three tiered Doyle Loadholtz, Mrs. C. H. door and presented them to Mr. Riherd were among the
*attended as maid of honor. cake decorated a with Hilliard and Mrs. Ray Miss Chasteen, Mr. Riherd guests.Mr. .,
She wore a pale dress wedding R.M. and Mrs. Norman
green Workman. and their parents, Mrs. pre--
;.with lace sleeves and white pastel pink, green and white Riherd and Mr. and Mrs. J.R. sented the couple with a silver GULF .:
with bride Rice passed out
florets and topped a bags were
;gibbon trim, a white hat with little Beth Tanner and Judy Chasteen, Jr. and Miss Tina low compote and a rose
and groom. Mrs. Doyle by
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green ribbon and carried Chasteen corsage for Miss Chasteen anda
-|three roses in an arm bouquet. Loadholtz cut the cake. Workman.. The decorated boutonniere for Mr. Riherd.
party rooms were -
The punch table held an The bride is a 1977 graduateof
Miss Allison Craig and arrangement of white, pink Bradford High School and is with Mary B. Roses. 0 :
':Carolann
Thornton
were The table, covered with a
and at Western Auto.
and yellow employed
bridesmaids and Misses Beth pompoms
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",'Workman and Susan Hilliard crystal Miss Keena punch Hilliard bow greetedthe Mr.the Faulkner National Guard is a memberof and is green centered damask with a cloth beautiful was .;JJ'IJo-Know ......'S--.:....

.:They were wore junior pale bridesmaids.green dresses guests at the door and kept employed with Owen Alvarez. silver arrangement epergne of flanked roses in by a Mrs. P.D. Reddish is a :{ f, 2000 N. Temple Ave. :"J:..

',,with daisy highlights. They silver candelabra holding tall patient in Alachua General :::1'g::: ..:....:..:..
'; white hats with Celebrated8th for observation and ':; {:. .. .. ..: .. ,
wore yellow Robyn Bryant pink candles. ,Hospital : y Star k e ............. ,
;ribbons and carried arm Mrs. James V. Crosby, Sr., treatment. .::::. ... ..../..
";bouquets of two roses. Birthday July 12 Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs. S.L. ": ; :--:0.: ...........:..:....
Mr.and Mrs. Charles Fields \,T U R E : : : : ....................
Little Miss Hilliard
y Carolyn Peek, Jr., Mrs. L.A. Canova, 'to II :: ' ,
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father,the bride wore a white, day, July 12, with a party for Mouse cake was a centerpiecefor ... .
long satin gown featuring a V- her family and friends at the the table. The' Best Insurance I\1\\\
1 neckline of lace and sheer long home of her parents Mr. and Cake, ice cream and punch THE ENTIRE

;:-sleeves with tight lace cuffs. Mrs. Roy E. Bryant on SR-16 were served to the guests by d And Sound AroundfoBERNZOMATIC ,i HOURS
:"'Her lace and satin tight fitting East. Robyn's mother and aunts, :;:::;:;:;:,: ;
';:cap secured her floor length Mrs. Linda Smith and Mrs. FAMILY .;:.:..:.:..:.... Mon Thru Fri
Blackburn.
;,;veil of illusion. She carried a The Mickey Mouse theme Betty ;{ I
bouquet of pink, white and .ft;;; 11:00: a.m. to 11:00: p.m.
yellow pompoms with baby's DUPLICATE BRIDGE ,,4h ::" I
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reception was held in the J.W. Griffin and Mrs. Mrs. Charles Riddle and Dr. Call For DemonstrationF. !
church reception hall where WH. Thomson were the and Mrs. Jim Minesinger. !
arrangements of summer winning couple at Duplicate Rhea Johnson and Lora Gomes 782.3020 1/TP ,
flowers were placed at pointsof Bridge Tuesday night. Tieing Francis were third. .f
interests. for second place were Mr. and

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Mrs. Linton Taylor ol Steve, spent Saturday and SAWYER-SLADE
Jacksonville, Mrs. Penny Fox Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome
of Gainesville and Miss Pat Edwards in Naples.
I Humphries and Mrs. Bob They brought back Mary Lou ANDANDREWr
y Black, and .
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Ferguson of Starke, former son Wally who
BUS classmates, had lunch at had been there for a week.

I the Garden Restaurant last Miss Neva Jayne Flynn S DRUGS
,' 1:1: Friday. visited Miss Anne Noble at

Christine, Karen and David Clearwater last week. '

Black returned Wednesdayafter Mr. and Mrs. William
H visiting with their Brannen and daughter, Heidi HAS JOINED TOGETHER :
father, David Black, Sr, in of Largo and Mrs. Jessie May .
Salt Lake City, Utah for four Brannen of Bartow
were
weeks. weekend guests of Mr and TO OFFER A SUPER i.{.
I Mrs. Raleigh Brannen at Bed- ,
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David Hodges and Mark ,rip ford Lake. '
Milner of Liberty National 9 o0 SIDE WALK SALE ;w
ir Life Insurance District officein Mrs. James Barron, Mrs.

day qualified Gainesville company to attend the business recently three Miss Toye Richard were Godwin HM.Tuesday Richarde.and Mrs luncheon Mrs.J.R. Kite Eve WITH SUPER VALUES :i rDon't ,

meeting in Miami. The annual of Mrs. Joe Wallace guests In ,"
Toye Richard
LE meeting known as the Torch Jacksonville.
Miss it .:
Club, is held to honor various
I i district leaders and top agents Guy Padgett, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Travis
throughout the company Klmbril and family were
/ Engagement ToldMr. vacationing the past two
pT'a& Mrs. Betty Ritch of Hialeah, weeks in Washington, D.C
Mrs. Mary Dowling of and Mrs. Calvin R. and Blue Ridge Mountains.Jeff .
Ii I S Orlando, Mrs. A.P. Terrell of Richard of Ocala announce
i Columbia,Ohio and Mrs. R.S. the engagement and Taylor, Tommy
1 1 Gibes Mrs. Thelma Mendozaand approaching marriage of their Crosby Chuck Goodowns,
j. + __ Mrs. Dianne Dewees and daughter, Toye Clarl, to Guy Beth Francis,Shian and Paige 1 2 'I
daughters of Jacksonvillewere Merlin Padgett. Jr., son of Roberts, Kay Allen, Lori pt1e11August P.M.SALE
last Thursday luncheon Mrs. Eva Rock and the late McKinney and D.J. Riddickare s Iii 5
guests of Mrs. Carrie Ritch. Guy Merlin Padgett, Sr., of at the Lake Yale Music .
Starke. Camp this week
I The ceremony is planned to
I Baby Walker Completes Exalted ruler and !Mrs. take place on Saturday, Steven Moore Moran son of
Nealy McConnell and past October 15, at 6:30: p.m. in the grandson Hazel and of Jerry Louise Moran Moore and of All Below

The Fifth exalted ruler and Mrs. George First United Methodist Kingsley Lake, is on a six
GenerationMiss Dominianni of Starke Elks Church of Ocala.
I Lodge 1802 returned last week The bride-elect is a 1974 week Island tour Youth with Orchestra.the Long Half Price
Elizabeth Ann Walker six months, show a happy grin from the Elks National graduate of Ocala Forest High
Steven who is 17 and a recent
us she looks o'er the back of the chair at her great-great grand. Convention in New Orleans. School and attended Central of Bradford
graduate
I High
mother, Eula N. Carlton of Starke. They reported that Elks Florida Community College. is London
School visiting ,
Elizabeth completes the fifth generation of the family All five from all over the U.S.. She is presently employed by Corfu Island
Greece Athens, NOTIONS
:, generations were' represented at Elizabeth's great. Panama Canal zone, Puerto of Offender ..HARDWARE'I
I Rehabilitation Volos Cairo Egypt Nairobi,
grandmother's recent wedding held in Lake Butler. Rico and Alaska were there. in Gainesville.The .
Mombasa South Africa the
Holding Elizabeth is her mother, Faye :Marie Walker of The best part of all was future bride-groom is a
Seychelles, Colombo, Sri
Jacksonville.To Florida State Elks winningfirst 1972 graduate of Bradford PERFUME KITCHEN UTENSILS
.1 the left is Elizabeth's: grandmother, :Mrs. Lillian Davis! of place for their exhibit on High School in Starke and is Lanka Madras,, Bombay Ceylon New Kandy Delhi, .
Tallahassee, and standing on the right in the picture is Eliza: the Harry-Anna Crippled employed by the Departmentof
all in India, Teheran, and thenfol'
beth's Kreat-grandmother, :\Irs. Huth Andrews AI Id r edge of Childrens Hospital in Transportation Office of COSMETICS CORNING WARE
week in Tel Aviv. He Is
a
Lake Butler. Umatilia which is completely Materials and Research alsoin
expected home about the "
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supported by the Florida Elks. Gainesville.The
middle of August and is I
bride-elect is the
... Miss Sue Morris of daughter of the former Miss registered for the fall term at Andrews

Pompano spent the last three Helen Adkins of Hampton. Tallahassee Florida State University Music in. Drugs .
weeks with Mr and Mrs. S.G. A reception will be held at as a Major.He ,
the bass and
Denmark. Miss Morris and Golden Hills Country Club plays string
Mrs. Denmark spent several following the wedding. played with the Alachua 356 W. Madison Starke, Fla. '
Youth Orchestra while 1
days this week at Disney Friends and relatives'are County
Mr and Mrs. Wil Mendettaof Mr. and :Mrs Bob Fergusonand World. invited to attend. he was in high school here.
Jacksonville and Mr and Mr and !Mrs Larry
!Mrs. :Merino Mendetta of Bruner attended a square
!Miami were weekend guestsof dance in Tallahassee Saturday -
!Mr. and Mrs. J,HMoncnef. night,
.
!Mr and :Mrs. John H.
Mr. and Mrs. Ruddy Sapp Anderson and son. Joshua of
returned Wednesday of last !Miramar are Wednesday to
week after a visit with Mrs. Friday guests of his grand-
Corine Nooner in Benton. mother, Mrs. Myrtle
Ark., four days at Cherokee. Anderson.
N.C. and attended Grand Ole
Opry in Nashville on :Mrs Pauline Taylor under-
Saturday.Mr. w ent surgery last Thursday in
North Florida Regional

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Cherrie weekend Cowart in Orlando spent hereIrs. the daughter:Mrs. Philip and Vellenga!Mrs,, Bob and W' '( Nlxioe l APPLIANCE OR T.Y. DON! MISS THIS FANTASTIC Cane: h And See This Big Family I

!\ Norman attended the Ferguson and children visited
Amway Convention. Silver Springs on Tuesday y All Gas SALE ON YEAR END CLOSE OUTS Size
Mrs. Vellenga and the -
children went by Amtrak and Big y 0 Rang S
Mrs. Roselyn Rhodes of a

Mr.Eustis and was Mrs.weekend George guest'( B of the Mrs: depot Ferguson in Oca> met la. them at 30'O Nw Yes We Have Terms Or III. b pjl f fr NOW

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rl>'nn. Jr at Kingsley Lake I
!Miss Heidi Sanders of Mrs. George B. Flynn Jr. '
guest Birmingham.this week Ala. is their and Mrs. R.W. Milner, Jr. Electric She 30-60-90 Days Same sale
were in Tallahassee Tuesdayand
Wednesday attending the r --ate,
Mr. and !Mrs. LaRue .
State Elections Seminar. '
Williams and sons of Ormond Range As Cash FpTe1
Beach are spending this weekat Mrs. Bob Ferguson and
the Sale
cottage on children of Starke and !Mrs
Kingsley Lake. Peggy Slanwix-Hay and ? MODELJ302R
children of Gainesville FREE Delivery & Servic \
Mrs. PT Nolin: and Mrs. attended the Hansel and
KO Dansby \'isitedIrs.: .
Gretel at the University
play 00
Alice Register in Riverside
of Florida last Friday 8U

Andrews Hospital in and Community Michael afternoon. W/Trade Big 19" Color T.V. l

f- Hospital in Orange Park last
\V ednesdayMr .
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and Mrs. R,O. Dansby $2
of Starke and Capt. and Mrs. BROWN SPOT t R .E f'bN f 0
!Mickey Dansby of Gainesville
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were Sunday guests of Mr\ IN Fly Swatter'sFor E E
and :Mrs, Rodney Hall in E rq'EE
Theressa and celebrated YOUR f LAWN ? 8. ,
Richard Hall's lath birthday The E For /11/00/18
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Brown visited their son-in law performance
and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. & fMIMA 11 sNI 1st 100 Oust. L TELEVISION Y S

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; Madeline Waters and Mark Richardson .
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I 'I'l Dr. and Mr. and Mrs. Foster Smithof Mr and Mrs. John Greene
Wed July 16 In Providence Mrs. Harry Gruen Mr. and Mrs. K.B. Davis of
and visited
son relatives in
and children spent the Texarkana, Ark. were Bladenboro, N.C. and Mr.
ifMiss Mr. and Mrs. Charles weekend in Tampa where Dr. Monday overnight guests of and Mrs. Robert Wiggins of Waclssa last week. John and :'
Madeline
Waters, Gruen attended dental Norfolk, Va. were last week Anne square danced five
Parker and family of Miamiare a Mrs. L.N. Pickering.
ydajighter l of Mr.and Mrs. L.V. nights In Tallahassee, >.
meeting. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orle
Waters: of Lake Butler visiting relatives here and Monticello and
and Quitman, Ga.
In Jacksonville Mrs.J.G.Slmsand son have Wiggins.Mrs.
this week.
T4brk' Richardson, son of'Mr., Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison returned to their home In r \
Mrs. James T. visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles P.E. Jacobs and sons Mr. and Mrs. George 1
Sen. ,and Mrs. Charley Washington, D.C. after two
taitbardsonr! of Raiford, were Johns returned Wednesdayafter Meyers in Atlanta last week. weeks visit with her mother, of Roslyn Heights, N.Y. arrive Huggins and Mrs. :visited! I IMcKae : .
;tumted In marriage Saturday a month at Glenville, They all spent several days in Mrs E.B. Searing. Lt. Sims Sunday to visit Mrs. J.W. and children i!
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:July 16, at 7 p.m. at the J.J.T Nashville, Tenn. where they joined the family over the Griffin Miss Lillian Stump Mr. and Mrs Oler Crosby in '
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;Church of Jesus Christ ofLatter N.C.Mr. attended the Grand Ole Opry. weekend and Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Fort Myers last Thursday to |
': with Day President Saints In Providence and Mrs. M.H. Burge Searing and family of Womack. Dr. Jacobs will join Sunday. \;;
Ernest
the family Thursday.
Sheppard of Brunswick. Ga. Jacksonville were also
;Ti.; Peacock performing the Local admittances to ,
and Mr. and Mrs.. Ed Mr. and Mrs. David Van Sunday visitors. ,;
Bradford
nuPtials.: County Hospital this
Hook of Portsmouth.Va.were
Sheppard of Demopolis, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Mrosko .
1 Centering the altar week include: from Starke, I
1 was a spent the weekend here guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Eggersand and son, Nickie of t
Edwin '
unburst Mettles Mrs.
arrangement of their Neel several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Margie .
mother Mrs. Tullie
visiting ,
jwhite gladioli, daisies, mums 1 Youngstown, Ohio are visiting Underhill Stanley Fedak '
sand Kate Sheppard, who was a Norman visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Duffy
yellow rosebuds Dock Martin, Mrs. Louise
against a Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Vining of
patient in Bradford County Rob Duffy in Jacksonville on at the Bradford Motel for two
background of and
: Tenly
palms and Wyman Manning
Palatka were Tuesday supper ;
Hospital following a stroke Monday.Mr. weeks.
;Jgreenery. t' from Lawtey-Mrs. Gloria
1 MW a. er't last Thursday. Mrs. guests of Mrs. L.D. Vining
{ Miss Sheryl Mooneyham ? { v while enroute home from Crews, George Williams and '
and Mrs.
transferred
Sheppard was to George Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gissy
Miss Lisa Mrs. Rosie
ftnd Baxley from
Mooneyham, a4 Stockton, Ga. where they ;
Glynn-Brunswick Memorial Lawson and daughters of Old and children Karen, Denise
+organist and soloist, presented attended the funeral of Mr.Vlning's Hampton-Mrs. Belva Lloyd;
Tenn.
in Brunswick
Hospital Ga. on Hickory were Sundayto and Donald are visiting from
a of Keystone Heights-
program nuptialsjpusic. father, Jesse Vining.
of and
Tuesday Mr.
Tuesday. guests relatives in West Virginia Rudolph Bryan and Franklin
5-; Steven Richardson attended _... Mrs. David Montgomery. Georgia and North Carolina. Ileltzel.
:ifiis t l :>brother as best man. ,
-Ushers were Duffie Harrison
an :Richardson was ring bearer. tr
:ft Miss Rita Croft served as
>maid of honor and bridal attendants -
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Richardson. They were attired -
: alike in yellow chiffon FABRIC SHOPS '
:gowns over satin featuring an .
empire; waistline. They wore
Vide brim hats and carried
:yellow rosebud nosegays with

'Terry satin; streamers.Dicks Danika '

-RIchardson and Jennifer double knit
:Richardson were flower girls. .
I Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore a white
satin, empire waist gown *-
trimmed with chantilly lace. 58/GO" WIDE
The gown was a gift from Mrs. L
Virginia Jordan of Lake 3il 100% Polyester. Machine wash warm tumble

Butler. The lace headpiece -----.- dASSi dry, remove promptly, and never \on.
Secured her elbow length veil -
:i>f illusion. She carried mother Mr. and Mrs. Mark RichardsonMiss I

:of pe inlaid Bible,which the Jean Waters kept the Seay and Miss Cindy
groom's father brought back bride's book at a table covered Busscher.
from Jerusalem which he with a white linen cloth and Following a wedding trip to $
purchased while stationed in held a crystal bud vase Fayetteville, N.C. and Gat- 1.57
Saudi, Arabia. Topping the holding a yellow rose bud and linburg, Va. the couple is residing Reg. M9T
Bible was a white orchid, greenery.The at Cocoa Beach.
yellow roses and satin bride's table was Mr. and Mrs. Richardsonare YD.
Streamers. The bride also covered with a white lace both graduates of Lake
ft'ore a pearl pendant. cloth over yellow liner and Butler High School. He
:ft: A reception was held in the was centered with an graduated in 1975 and she
church recreation hall. arrangement of white mums graduated in 1977.
$Mrs. Robert Driggers met white and yellow daisies andgladioli. Mr. Richardson is employedwith
the guests at the door and prejtaented .. At one end of the the Department o( Offender
them to the receiving table was a three tiered Rehabilitation.
Mine composed of the bride and wedding cake. Mrs. Patricia .
(groom, their parents and at- Waters cut the cake. TRAVEL ADVENTURE fabric
Ijendants.V'$ The punch table was also '
covered with a white lace EDUCATIONSee
cloth over yellow and was
'.: : Chief Kelly US Navy
centered with a crystal punch
Peroonad bowl. Recruiting Station Starke '
Assisting in serving were Monday 10 A.M. Til 2 P.M.,
Mrs. Jean Waters, Mrs. Bradford aquartt:: 2/10.7/1?,'
: Mrs. Lila Caldwell returned Jeanette Bielling, Mrs. Vicki _
f Tuesday from four days visit '
with Mr. and Mrs. H.K. Tyus _
.'in Tallahassee. \

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3RDr.. and Mrs. R.S. Mullins .IiJ::
sons Robin and Glen, and OWN All AUTO t
;'daughter Patty, of Starke, 2'
:Mrs. G.W. Mullins of Ocala
;ha ve returned from two weeks PARTS CENTERSecurity
vacation in the Great Lakes
:region including Nia ra Falls :
'''Chicago and Wisconsin.
IAccompaning them in
[separate campers were Mr. can be assured for you and

'and Mrs. R.D. Cunningham your family in a wide choice of locations.
.and daughter, Marla and Mr.
rand Mrs. Gerald Williams and Excellent income potential as ownerof

family( of Keystone Heights. an auto parts center.
f, POLYESTER
Partial financing available.

t Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson SHEATH LINING
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Lawson visited Disney World Contact: Pat Henderson 45" Wide. Lining fabric.

on Saturday Guaranteed washable. .
AMERICAN PARTS SYSTEM INC. Crease resistant. Static free. .
Mr. and Mrs. Jan Douglas of Color fast. Machine wash 1 29
.Tallahassee are Thursday to 450 N. Lane Ave.
Saturday guests of her warm tumble dry, and ...
Fla YD.
Jacksonville l
remove promptly.
parents Dr. and Mrs. H.G

Bollinger.Mr. Lc phone J2205: .,

and Mrs. Jerry LawsonOf i
: Fort Walton Beach spent .....e..N .....Y. 904-781-7434
last Tuesday to Sunday with
fais mother, Mrs. Ewell 7/14 8/4
.awson. FANCY WOVEN CRAYON
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1\\ I Beef Research, Information Program Disaster Aid Dill For Corn Farmers Household Hints I


Rejected Bv U.S. Cattlemen In Vote Passes House Of Representative" By young ((7 to 9 weeks old) and

that it has been frozen. The
had to vote and two-thirds Mary S. Yearta
Preliminary results of a referendum, 231.046 or 72 needed to vote affirmatively, Bill An,. 1 am extremely pleased before Congress last week Your County Extension redness is due to some of the
nationwide referendum show percent voted and of( those said Warren Carver, local the passage of this made the critically needed Home Economic Agent pigments from the marrow of
50.5 voted that is so important in formulation for the bone that have reached the
cattle have turned 130,464 or percent ASCS director. which change
I producers tissue.QUES'fION .
down a national beef researchand affirmative. This was 10.1 If the referendum had our farmers who have computing disaster relief. QUESTION Why do surrounding
information program the percent short of the required passed, two-thirds of one a double blow this However the provisions of the sauces containing sour cream : How Is
Department of Agriculture affirmative vote. percent would have been deducted with the freeze last bill did not apply to existing often crack? (Mrs. T.J.) vitamin C distributed
announced. from any beef sale in and" the drought this drought conditions in Florida. ANSWER: Because they throughout citrus fruit? (Mrs.
order to promote the sale of Fuqua said. Fuqua's measure made the are cooked at too high a heat. H.T.)
The Beef Research and
beef in the United States. has Fuqua proposal has the change! retroactive to January Remove the sauce base from ANSWER: In a test of 4
The Agriculture Information Act was signed ( of the Administration 1, 1977 include increased aid the heat and stir in sour cream varieties of Florida oranges
Stabilization and Conservation into law May 1976, but before U.S. Secretary ol to farmers suffering from the smoothly.Just before serving, and 2 varieties of grapefruit,
of the act could Hospital..........
Service, which conductedthe become provisions enacted beef Bob Bergland, drought this"year. heat gently. Do not boil the content of vitamin C and
referendum reports that eligible (From Page 1) publicly endorsed the its distribution was analyzed.
I 322,175 beef producers re producers had to register to bases during a recent visit "No industry is more QUESTION: When I shop About :II of the vitamin 6 was
gistered to vote in the vote and at least 50 percent Continental, represented by Second Congressional needed than a healthy .for meat-how can I tell whatis contained in the peel anu rug;

Bob Norman and Charles American agriculture tender and what .isn't? and about'I. in the juice. Peel
Titmus, expressed pleasure senUy measure now goes to Fuqua said. Farmers in (Mrs. L.J.) and rag residues ol citrus fruit
with the continuing businessof Sentate where Fuqua said North Florida; as well as ANSWER: 1. Check the may be considered: a fine

I ; 1 1I the hospital. 1950's, Is "hopeful it ,will pass throughout the nation, have grade of meat on the label or. potential source of vitamin C.
I First Communication Corp. hesitation." suffered dearly this year. ask the butcher. USDA beef Somewhat higher amounts of
representative Clark Leips Some are on the brink of grades of prime, choice, good vitamin C were found in the
I Flea Problems? said he was surprised with the plant. said the Farm Bill economic ruin. and standard come from
board decision to continue young animals and are more peel and rag of( grapefruitthan
I Get The Cure Here! r with Continental when, he Season tender than lower grades. of oranges( because there

n said, First Communicationcould Hunting Most meatat the supermarketis was! less expressed Juice in

I ... ... save the hospital about choice and good. Grades proportion to J peel and rag.
$230 a month over the present may also be listed accordingto
I FOGGERsi system on a lease-purchase Start Nov. 12In the packer's grades and re QUESTION: When a
arrangement. tailer's brands. recipe calls for one ounce of

Press Clip & Leave Board chairman William October 2. addition, the 2. Identify the meat cut fresh yeast, how much dry
I Dampier reminded circle Northwest round steak for example yeast! is substituted? (Mrs.!
I// It for a Couple Continental representativesthe Region Commission adopted the and consider the location from B.M)
,I ROSE have
Hours For The motion did not include again a primi- regulations for the 49 fish which it was cut-the hind leg ANSWER; : A package of
I Home acceptance of the new pro- The season management areas it oper of the animal. Muscles exercised dry yeast Is the equivalent of

I Mobile Home BUSHESIn posal only a motion to Water from January 28 ates throughout the state. frequently, such as the Vneou"ce (If rt'sh.
*>- or continue to do business February 12. In other action, the neck and legs, are less tender

enclosed outBuildings locally. in proposed statewide Commission voted to parti- because exercising makes CIUESTIOUo:\! : blood
Kills All Bud & Bloom -Edmondson reported the down season was cipate in the National RifleAssociation's them large and strong, and spots in eggs make them! unfit
exposed Insects. Many To Choose From nurse call system is expectedto by the Help Our Wildlife they are held together by a for use? ( Mrs. K.T.IANSWER
With the
be completed the end of pre--
I by tions which is already fairly large proportion of thick
program
02'e $ 9 July. Dampier said he wanted for complement and of per- underway in 25 states. connective tissue. In contrast, : : Usually
2r2Reo $ to check out the$17,000 system set the workload the handling of eggs for quality
The program is designed to tenderloin under the back |
lting from the dove
,I 299 before the contractor is those with
paid. eliminates blood
The bone has
and had
Size provide little
Large and other activities encourage a very exer
5327 R... $3e -Edmondson also advisedthe at this time, it was means for sportsmen to cise, and has small, short spots, but if very small spotsof
Reg 0441 board the position for a that report violations of wildlife fibers and very little con-' this sort escape detection,
I nurse anethetist has not been May of the additional adequate and hunting laws. nective tissue. they in no way alfoct the desirability
filled yet. The administratorsaid of that egg( lor
Authorized The next Commission
Manufacturers
would be
he had a proposal that he impossible. cooking
meeting has been scheduledfor QUESTION: What
cuases
was not ready to make public. which : turkey gobbler May 13 in Tallahassee. redness around bones of
would be March 4
SUMMER
SALE The board voted earlier to
Commission membersare cooked poultry? Is it harmful?
26 south of State
make that position an For further i information( t
: Randolph R. Thomas (.Mrs. A.J.)
employee of the hospital 50, March 11 through concerning household
Jacksonville; E.P. "Sonny ANSWER: No. it definitely jour
2 north of State Road
50
rather than contractual. The dates March Burnett, Tampa; Donald G. is not harmful. This is an indication write to your County Kx
All HAHN Riders 18 through April 9
termination date for the pre tension Homo Economics
Rhodes, Satellite Beach; that the bird is
Northwest very
sent contractor Ron Douglasis Region George G. Matthews, Palm Agent, I'D) Drawer 102K.Staike. .
August 31. Edmondson said and daily bat Beach; and R. Bernard Episcopalians Florida :.ami. or call
% either party can give 30 days rest of .remain the same as Parrish, Jr., Tallahassee. \WdWHO.) Extension 2IM. This
r notice. Set Fun service is free to everyone
1 e The board approved a one run VBS Successful At without regard to race, color.
month change of meeting timeto In The Son or national 1'1'11(11I.' (
the fourth Thursday in the entire
month. The next scheduled Madison St. Baptist Church
Y meeting will be August 25 at 7pm Members of the parish and
Your Choice Of friends St. Marks Episcopal
Model & Size 3 Madison Street Baptist with their wives, that pro- Church are invited to a Fun in
has had
a
Y very vided great leadership the Son Sunday at the home of PINKM.I.EV:\; : :
Vacation Bible
.Transaxle Backed By A Limited, Warranty For 2 YewsAutomotive : this year. throughout the school. The George and Margaret Brownon COM.KMiTIONI.( : .
and students
faculty have hada Kingsley Lake Sunday, HOLINESS: : ('111'R('II
Type Steering Floating Frontaxle For Even Cutlxig" held at night from 7 to great spirit of fellowship and
August 7, immediately after
Disc Brake And Mae See HAHN : p.m. for a week and a much.
accomplished .
i e n: :", t STEAM LINER A class was provided for One highlight was the swimming the 10 a.m., service with and It. \. D.ivitl limitsSUND
CUANER games
_iIfo family. mission offering The girls relaxing. ': \>': Sumla.v Sihool. \Id(
WE SERVICE WHAT CARPET (: enrollment was 155, and
LORIDA were to outdo the boys in Dinner will be provided at am. Worship Service, II
high attendance 133.
was weight of money, not in the cost of $1.25 for adult and a m aid 7 IiiTHURSUIV
csT WE SELLGARDEN night the 27th p
( Deep Soil Extn action dollars. There were over 130 75 cents for children under 12.

oNT1OL held program pounds of money given, all of We must know if you are : Midweek\
after house.
an
!
open which will to
CENTER go Foreign coming so please call Diana
the in service. 7-30:: p m
,
e CNI uCAI CO Jack Kendrick program Missions. The pastor C.R. McPherson at 964-5171: or

0 Brooker Florida 24 Hr. work.each and class songs presented they Swartz, Jr., wishes to thank Joann Jordan at 5.U-2r: : not :3) miles N. of :tot>1.; Iowa on InI u /
all who worked to make thisyear's
later than
in Bible School, a V.B.S. a success. 3. Wednesday. August toad l by Bradford furnitureS111RN.1d11'tltillitIU
made ice cream social

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movies that were made


/AIF\ (f <0> fR1 I(Q) /AIb\ H <0> 1"I) year's.were serving Each school.36 department in faculty 10 de SERVJCES CHJRCH: s I

AIR PARK BAPlistClURCIi FIRST METHODIST; : ; | I ( I U!

:. 200 Pine St Crystal Lake Starke I men serving, some along Rev. O.O. Brooks ('hIL'RCHSunday '..Idrr'I'A'.11 llIthph."rrhrura illia Ins :

OraageStreetSUNDAY : Church School for [r t'IIlIl'l'IlIIl'l'Il'. ?"
RO.Box412 all ages, 9:45: a.m., Morning
: Sunday School 10 Worship (Nursery provided) \\c Iconic to Sill)rna
LEE LAZENBY a.m.; Worship Service 11 11 a.m.SS

Jessie Lee Lazenby, a.m.; Evening Worship p.m. -S SI':Mm.: ..Suiulti' Sihixil, ,
retired school WEDNESDAY: Prayer MADISON ST. U.\I>"ISl' lo alii. Worship Service. I II I I't

(IlIY GJ [l1Il ( died Sunday, July 24, Service 7 p.m. Rev Charles! Swart in. II.T.S.. ;3:4 p.l11. .
an extended illness. _-..A.ALLEN-____ SUN1MY: Sunday School Kvoiiing: \ Worship. 7 p in
native of Lake Butler, 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship. All visitors met warmly' j jwelcotnej I
Lazenby lived at one Church 6:13
CHAPELA.M.E.Clll'IICll: 11 a m.; Training : -,
_,,__
in the New River section p.m., Evening Worship 7'30p ::

Friday Saturday & Sunday 1 P.M. Till 6 P.M. she in took the area a teaching school. "The Friendly Church" services.WEDNESDXY.m. ; Nursery. provided for all IU.C'IIC.4I11 S'f.\lClU! .. : ; ) I

Pine St.
e at Homestead, where Rev 749 K.G, Heastie.,Starke Pastor ; ; : Mid-Week I Itrv. :\1.1-) l 1)rake!

for many years, Service 7:30: p m ; Youth &
to this area after SUNDAY' Childrens Choir practice 7'30: Sunda' : Sunday 5t hixd. HIam d
and establishing a : Sunday School pm. ; Adult Choir Practice :Morning' ; Worship, I II I ,.
9:30:: a.m. Morning Worship, '
-
on the Suwannee River 8:30 a in. Evening; \ Worship.
: pm
11am Evening Worship, 5
Live Oak. After her -S S S p in
failed, she came to p.m., first Sunday only: love KINGSI.EY: LAKE IUI"11STn.vl"aige \\l'dn"hdil\ ,Family
I. ,; to live with her son and feast Sunday 7:30: p.m. Friday before Bowman '1 "lInmlt I llmu.: 7':'to\ p in
first
-law, Mr. and Mrs. 8UMIAY: Sunday School FI, 101.1) : 1'raver" :Meeting\
Lazenby. She was a Bethel Baptist Church 10 a m.; Morning Worship I II i 7 :III) I'| in _
of the Christian Russell! Davis, Pastor a.m,; Church training 6.JO:: -- .
I I II Sunday School 10 a.m.; pm ; Evening Worship. 7'J1):!() i'MI .KII IMM::. 'i-::1'OSTAI.

her son, she is sur Morning Worship 11 am p m ('lll'R'll I
I !I by seven grandchildren Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.;; W"UitSU.lhdWel'k:' : n..v. ).L. Wells'
I yn kr oor great-grandchildren. Wednesday, Prayer Meeting Prayer Service 7:30:: ) p m 2IM N, Water St.

n+ h services were held 7:30: p.m. SASS Sl'NUSund"y' School: n
1 I 1' a.m. Tuesday at the ---- ST. :MARK'S EPISCOPALRev. 10 a.m.; Worship services, IIi

) in Dekle Cemetery, CALVARY BAPTIST '.John Flynn I ; m.. and 7 pm. l'
I I Lake Butler, with Rev. CHURCH SUNDAY' \HU.i.SU.Uible: :. : n
: 8::30 a.m
,II I '.... ._ _-.. Delaney conducting. Jim Black, Pastor Eucharist; 10 a m, Morning Holy Study 7:10:: p.m. n
.... I were In charge Prayer. HtlDXY: Young People's<<
I 4", : Funeral SUNDAY! Sunday School. TUESDAY; Service, 7:30 p m _
: 9:30:
a.m.
of Gainesville. 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship.
',>," Prayer
f -- Group in Church
i : II a.m.; Evening Worship, 7
------ Building.
S
iS S
,/ 29,900 p m. Wed. Services, 7:30: p m. S S S S PINE: : 1.1:1.111'11S't': :
OFTHANKS ---- Ie{ Koiiiaii.Mv.il, e
FIRST ASSEMBLY! UK PINECJROVKMETHODIST: sl'NDSuiulav: Sthmil.

I GUI ('Ill'n11 I In a m, W 01 ship.; II am.
i See Just Completed 3 B.R. "The Happy ('hurchIIwy.18atWeklonSt. Rrv. Urn I I., Culenun: Hible Study. (6:10::!( pm I,

hours during my Evening: Worship. 7 p n.. i
illness and SUrke SUNDAY: Sunday School 'UUlslJ.I'rat'r: :\; :
1 l1h! Bath Enclosed Den s
i Garage ( Optional) liza tlon were SL'NDAY: Sunday School 9:45: a.m ; Morning Worship k rviee. 7:30:: p m.
Immeasureably by 10 11 a m. Evening Services, ,
a.m.Morning; Worship, 11 ;
i I Air & Heat Carpet And Sun Deck Lake acts of kindness by a m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: p m.THL'RSIA1'r. --______ r''

: I and loved ones. My 8Jr.l Prayer (:I1.lt'FIIIP'IIST'Hl'Rt'll: tIIH'
thanks. WEDNESDAY : Youth MeetingY7-.TQ\ : p m
: I Crystal Lake . Boots Green 7 Bible I 1110.\ SmithSUMlXYt
meeting p.m.; Study, ISlhll' School IIIa.m.i
: I ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC {

: Located On S-18 Off Fla 100 -----. 7pm.Pastor Robert Harden Training Worship Uni'm"7, II am p ni, ;.

I OF THANKS Welcome one and) all! Rev. Patrick II. Foley Evening; Worship. H p.m.

I TUt Metal I C.. it Oi U her ---- WEDNEMVS: : :
i PiplUtUJ Vest *. 999 'itlM' T. Cleat F,.. Masses: Saturday 7 pm., Prayer n
would like to thank FIRST ChRISTIAN Meeting. 7w:: p m. "A church:
I CHURCHJim Sunday 11 a.m., Monday 7 where is n
for the donation for everybody
Love, Minister p.m., Tuesday 8:30: a.m, "
!
; Special Financing Vets No Money Down Table and Wednesday 6:30: p.m., somebody
I S S S
for Air Park Baptist S
FHA 2995 Down Conventional Loans SUNDAY: Sunday School, Thursday Friday month 8:30: 8:30 a.m.: a.m, first: !IRST II'\'>TIST IIIURCII
I God bless each of you 9:45: a.m.: morning service, Conessions.Monday Rev lien Bryant
10:45: a.m.; youth group, e 6pm. SUM U.\\': Sunday School
Details 'and way. ,. p.m:;; evening worship 6:45: p m, or upon request. 1Iu.u, nt--.Morning Worship
Call 473-3133 For You'll Be Glad You ; Ray Myrtice Sir Qx "l' t 'Council Meetings! =: a
Choir
and Members p.m.; practice, 8pm. fourth I lIa m.l'hurthl'rall1i; : .lilj: ;
of
I Monday each month. 0
u' ------ WEDNESDAY Bible Altar pm.; Evening; Worship!\ 7:30::

; /AIF\ fF fR1 (Q) /AlL.\ H <0 MEMORIAM Study HRST I IS..D.PRESBYTERIAN.m.__... 1st Monday S Society S_ of S. each S Meetings,month.MORGAN .- pm.lower WEDNKSDXY; .7JU: : I' m. : Hour. of teJ ,,


of our loved one, 'CHURCH ROAII

: Mason, who left us one Dr Jack Hand, minister BAPTISTSUNDAY
200 Pine St Crystal Lake. Starke July 30, 1976. : Sunday School

is the memory that SUNDAY: Sunday School 10a.m., Morning Worship andServices

!I P 0. Box 412 and fade will; you never are not be. 9:30 It a.m.a.m.; .Morning Worship Training for Union the Deaf 6:30:,"I a.m.p.m.. :r

t you very much. Your THURSDAY' Choir Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. "You n...r: know whit if
Clara WEDNESDAY: Midweek enough until
== Family and practice, 7:30: pm. you .know
Prayer Service: 7:30 p.m. what is more than enough."

William Blake

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) Bradford Teacher Talks Proeressine: : : Bie: Issues s "ill"To Come

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Bargaining between Elementary teachers: Salaries have,not been dis- August 22, as salaries will not school board negotiating team There are two other major cost to them and this will' be a amounting to$65.886,would be-
Bradford County teachers and which is where the big controversy cussed as of yet, but are scheduled be retroactive.Last had originally presented to items besides the salaries that "tough one" to decide, too much.
administrators for the fall stood, were given 45 to come up for arbitration year, teachers lost them. Douglas expects may cause Douglas said. Even with the obstacles that
contract is still under way minutes of planning per day, Tuesday, August 1. over$64,000 in back pay as the Douglas said the two groups some problems. Those are the The school calendar now Douglas knows is ahead of the
and, according to C.E. with 20 consecutive minutes teachers took until January to would be meeting once a week items concerning insuranceand holds three paid holidays for two negoitating teams, he said
Douglas, business manager of being while school was in "Both sides are working reach agreement.A special until August 15 and then will the school calendar the staff and Douglas anticipates he's "optimistic" about
the School Board and a session. The teachers originally hard to reach an agreement," master had to be called in to probably meet each day a request to move that reaching a settlement. "At the
member of the Bradford insisted on having the Douglas said. Me said he help the negotiations which, thereafter in the He said concerning the insurance number to six. He said each same time last year I wasn'tso
I County Negotiating team, full 45 minutes while the hopes the salaries will be de- when completed, wound up to get the contract competed the teachers will paid holiday up costs the school optimistic, but this year I
negotiations are "moving students were attending class. cided before Classes start be the same proposal that the before classes begin! want increased benefits at no $10,980 and that six of these, am, he said.HAV' .
along real well." The work day remains at
i and half hours.
The contract still has a lot of seven Another one compromise came Valldejuli Would Like State To Buy 3,550
work to complete before it Is up when the teachers wanteda
ready for a final submission, 30 minute duty free lunch
but Douglas said that many of period each day that would Tract For Gold Head Park ExpansionThe
the differences have been have a stipulation saying if -
narrowed down and both sides they did I work during this owner of 3,550 acres of also made the area availablefor Parks inspected the tract in Oairti
i have been doing a good deal of time, they could accumulatethe land adjoining Gold Head use as a wildlife refuge 1975 and found that the at a I in Starke
compromising.Some time and use it at their. Branch State Park, near Keystone with no hunting allowed. Al- property consists of 32 percent KEW!!.1. staff
discretion.The Heights, is trying to in-, though he is not pushing the flatwoods, 30 percent sand
of this compromisingI board compromisedwith terest the state in buying the sale, he would rather see the hills, 15 percent improved Two BITJALE
I was done over the teachingI the teachers, ending in property to enlarge the park, land preserved in its wild pasture, 14 percent
I conditions in the contract and the same amount of time for one of the most popular state than developed for hammocks, four percent sand FROZEN DWDESSEKF7O
Douglas said that except for a the duty free lunch, but the recreation spots in Florida'ssystem housing or divided into pine scrub, and five percent Every Monday & Tuesday .
|I few points, that matter is just teachers would have to take of parks.A ranchettes. bay head cypress.Inmates CALORIES THAT TASTE LIKE A MILLION
i about settled. their compensatory time if state spokesman said, STRAWBERRY
6-PACKS
HAPPY DAYS MENU
There was a good deal of they worked during the lunch however that "chances are Valldejuli said he had 100*"
controversy between the two period within five working not all that good" for the proposed turned down ,a $50,000-a-year ChargedIn eeEF HAMBURGER..2S. PINTS' CHOCOLATE
bargaining groups over the days after the time was sale. The land was royalty offer from a sand Prison FRENCNFRIES..25 CUPS VANILLA
amount planning time the earned.As inspected by the state two mining company, and has had MurdersTwo
teachers would have and whenit far as the students are years ago for consideration some interest shown in the 61:A SVsT DQ SHAKE.25'
would be given them. concerned, the contract will' under Florida's Environmentally land by a Wisconsin dairy Florida State Prison .
DQ SU N D A E..2 S'
guarantee each student a text. Endangered Lands farmer Even though he has Inmates were charged by the i
High school and middle book, and there will' be an program, but was given a low ho pressing need for the Bradford County grand jury vl/
school teachers were givenone "effort" made by the board to priority.Officials said that the money, and his taxes on the Monday with the deaths of two Breakfast For Every Taste
planning period per day provide each classroom with a one-time appropriation of $200 land are only $5,000 a year, other prisoners. Servod Dally From 6 AM to "11 A t,'
that is equal to all other chalkboard and bulletin million for purchases of endangered Valldejuli said he would haveto James A. Callaham was
Eggs Him Bacon
Sausage, Hashbrowns,
instructional periods in length board. Lockable storage will' lands has mostly either sell the land or bull- indicted in the strangling
exclusive of other assigned also be provided in the class- been spent or earmarked for doze it into pasture if the state death of Robert Lee Tatro 30, Grits & Buttermilk Biscuits TO cua.! Pur 32 Fl Ox Cup
duties. room. other lands. refuses to buy. "I just can't sit on July 10 in the maximum-
Jorge Valldejuli, who has still," he said. "I'm a man security prison. Frank Joseph Dairy Queen
owned the land since 1951, has who likes to do things" Pittro Jr.,was indicted in the
Jury Awards $89,454In converted about 500 acres to A district naturalist with the stabbing death of Jimmie Lee 1401 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. 964-7478
pasture for his cattle, and has Division of Recreation and Wilson on Oct. 31, 1976. .
I

Car-Train CrashAfter


over two years of out these factors would have no I I
of court seesaw negotiationsand effect on Griffin's
four days of court testimony responsibility to support the
a Bradford County jury children, Judge Wayne M.
verdict will bring a total of Carlisle pointed out.
$89,454 to the dependents of During the trial, attorneysfor
Larry Griffin, who was killedin the plaintiff attempted to
a 1975 car-train crash. blame the crash on the speedof STYROFOAM .
Amtrak was found 40 the train and inadequate
percent responsible for the markings at t the crossing 100 CT. GALAXY 20"
collision and Griffin himself. while the defense attorney .
60 percent negligent, by the centered the case around the
six-member jury. fact that Griffin was negligentand
The collision occurred on that he had been drinking PAPERPLATES Clip
the night of April 17, 1975 at beer and shooting pool not
the railroad crossing at long before the 11:40: p.m. S BOX FAN
Market Road, which is accident occurred.
marked only by crossarms.
The speed limit for that loca-
tion, which is at the city limitsof ServicemenLovelace
Starke, is 20 miles per hour,
but the train was going 67
miles per hour officials ad- Graduates Reg. 99 67 C 43C Reg. '16', $1488
mitted. From Technical School
The total award made by Airman Robert H. Lovelace,
the jury, originally set at son of George C. Lovelace of
$223,636, was reduced as Rt. 1, Brooker has graduatedat
Griffin was found 60 percent Sheppard AFB, Tex., from
responsible for the accident. the U.S. Air Force technical .
This leaves Ida B. Griffin training course for refrigeration MEN'S DRESSSHIRTS
mother of the deceased to re- and air conditioning
ceive $16,572. Larry Griffin's specialist. a- r-Ir' '
'
daughter Kathy, 14, will re- Airman Lovelace now'trained :.,,
ceive $26.000) and his six-year- to maintain refriger :
old son,Larry Griffin,Jr., will ation and air conditioning & CX: a"
receive $46W)2.) equipment is being assignedto .
The damages were based on Kirtland. AFB, N.M., for
the loss of income they would duty with a unit of the Air
have been receiving had Force Systems Command.
Griffin been alive and the loss Completion of the course ttH
of guidance, instruction and earned the individual credits family centers
.. companionship Griffin could towards an associate in
have given his children. applied science degree
There was no evidence that through the Community
Griffin had supported his two College of the Air Force.
children and it was known that The airman is a 1974 LADIES LADIES KNEE HI
he had not been married to graduate of Union County
either of the mothers but High School, Lake Butler.


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I I Beef Research, Information Program Disaster Aid Dill For Corn Farmers Household HintsBy : I


Rejected By U.S. Cattlemen In Vote Passes House Of Representative) young ((7 to 9 weeks old) and

that it has been frozen. The
had to vote and two-thirds Mary. Yearta
t. Preliminary results of a referendum 231,046 or 72 needed to vote am extremely pleased before Congress last week Your County Extension redness Is from due to the some of the
nationwide referendum show percent voted and of those said Warren the passage of this made the critically needed Home Economics Agent pigments marrow of
that have reached
the bone the
I cattle producers have turned 130,464 or 56.5 percent voted ASCS director. that is so Important change In formulation for tissue.QUESTION .
down a national beef researchand affirmative. This was 10.1 If the our farmers who have computing disaster relief. QUESTION: Why do surrounding

information program the percent short of the required passed, two-thirds a double blow this However,the provisions of the sauces containing sour cream : : How is
Department of Agriculture affirmative vote. percent would have with' the freeze last bill did not apply to existing often crack? (Mrs. T.J.) vitamin C distributed;
announced. ducted from any and" the drought this drought conditions In Florida. ANSWER: Because they throughout citrus fruit? (Mrs.
The Beef Research and order to promote Fuqua said. Fuqua's measure made the are cooked at too high a heat Il.T.)
beef in the United Fuqua proposal has the change: retroactive to January Remove the sauce base from ANSWER: In a test of 4
The Agriculture Information Act was signed of the Administration I, 1977 to include increased aid the heat and stir in sour cream varieties of Florida oranges
Stabilization and Conservation into law May 1976, but before U.S. Secretary ot to farmers suffering from the smoothly.Just before serving, and 2 varieties of grapefruit,
of the could HospitalFrom .....
provisions act
Service which conducted become enacted Bob Bergland, drought this year heat gently. Do not boil. the content of vitamin C and
the referendum reports that eligible beef ( Page) publicly endorsed the its distribution was analyzed.
I 322,173 beef producers re producers and had to register to during a recent visit "No industry is more QUESTION: When I'shop About "i, or f the vitamin 6 was
vote at least
50
gistered to vote in the percent Continental, Second Congressional needed than a healthy: for meat-how can I tell whatIs contained +in the peel ana rug! ;
Bob Norman and American agriculture, tender and what ,isn't? and about'I. in the juice. Peel}
Titmus, expressed said. "Farmers In (Mrs. L.J.)
measure now goes to Fuqua and rag residues ol citrus fruit
with the continuing Sentate where Fuqua said North Florida; as well as ANSWER: 1. Check the may be considered a fine
of the hospital. is "hopeful it win pass throughout the nation, have grade of meat on the label or potential source of vitamin C.
First hesitation." suffered dearly this year. ask the butcher. USDA beef Somewhat higher amounts of
representative Some are on the brink of grades of prime, choice good vitamin C were found in the
Flea Problems? said he was surprised said the Farm Bill economic ruin. and standard come from
board decision to young animals and are more peel and rag of grapefruit
!, Get The Cure Here! with Continental Season tender than lower grades. than of oranges because there
said. (First Hunting Most meat at the supermarketis was less expressed juice in
I Ii could save the choice and good. Grades proportion to peel and rag

$230 a month over may also be listed accordingto
i i FOGGERs system on a Start Nov. 12 the packer's grades and re QUESTION( : : When a
arrangement.Board tailer's brands. recipe calls for one ounce of
chairman 2. Identify the meat cut fresh yeast how much dry
Press Clip & Leave October 2. In addition, the
Dampler Northwest round steak for example yeast is substituted? ( Mrs.\
/ It for a Couple Continental Region! Commission adopted the location B.M.)
IV and consider the from
o Hours. For The ROSE the motion did not again rave a prlml- regulations for the 49 fish which it was cut-the hind leg ANSWER: : A package of
Home acceptance of the season management areas it operates of the animal. Muscles exer dry yeast is the equivalent of

Mobile Home BUSHES posal only a from January 28 throughout the state. cised frequently, such as the i TCVe ounce; of I Iresh.QUESTION .
!** or continue to do February 12. I In other action, the neck and legs, are less tender
enclosed out locally proposed statewide : : \Do bloodspots
Commission voted to parti- because exercising makes
Buildings. Kills All In Bud & Bloom -Edmondson season was cipate in the National Rifle them large and strong and in eggs/!/! make them unfit

exposed insects.Many To Choose From nurse call system is down. With by the the Association's Help Our Wildlife they are held together! by a for use? (1M rs. 'F"T.I)
to be pre
completed by which is already fairly large proportion of thick
July. Dampier said complement of per- program A N S U K: It
t Usually
in connective tissue. In
Reg. 2" 197 O 99 underway 23 states. contrast
$ and the workload
to check out the$ of for
,
: from the dove The program is designed to the tenderloin under the back handling eggs quality
before the
Large Size 27 contractor and other activities encourage and provide a bone has had very little exercise eliminates those with bloodspots
3 Reg. 3" -Edmondson also means for sportsmen toreport and has small short hut if very small spots
at this time it
r ,
g was
Reg. M" the board the violations of wildlife fibers and very little con- of this sort escape detection
that
nurse anethetist has adequate and hunting laws. nective tissue they in no way affect the desirability
} of the
filled yet. The additional of (that egg for
Authorized Manufacturers The next Commission
said he had a would be Impossible. ('lMJki n .
has been scheduledfor QUESTION What
meeting : cuases
was not ready to turkey gobbler May 13 in Tallahassee. redness around bones of
SUMMER SALE The board voted would be March 4
Commission membersare cooked poultry? Is it harmful?
26 south of State
make that (Mrs. A. For further informal ion
: Randolph R. Thomas J )
employee of the 50, March 11 through Jacksonville; E.P. "Sonny,1Burnett ( ANSWER: : No it definitely concerning your household,
2 north of State Road
rather than 50 Tampa; Donald G. is not harmful. This is an Indi- write lu your County Extension : -
All HAHN Riders March 18 through April 9
termination date for Home Economics
Northwest Rhodes, Satellite Beach; cation that the bird is very
sent contractor lion Region. George G. Matthews, Palm Agent. P.O. I Drawer IK( '.!H,
a is August 31. and dally bad Beach; and R. Bernard EpiscopaliansSet I Starke. "Florida :32n I ( !'l, or call
either party can give t remain the same as Parrish Jr., Tallahassee. !WM-i2Wl.) E' tension 21\-1\ This
.
.
notice. Fun service is free to everyone

The board VBS Successful At without regard to race, color,
month cha of national t i .
nge ( or ) origin.PINKYAI.I.KY
In The Son
to the fourth

month. The next Madison St. Church
meeting will be Baptist Members of the parish and
Your Choice Of friends of St. Marks Episcopal
p.m.
Model & Size + Madison Street Baptist with their wives that provided Church are invited to a (Fun in
has had a
very great leadership the Son Sunday at the home of : : :

Transaxle BacKed By A "Limited Warranty For 2 VeersAutanotive this Vacation Bible throughout the school. The George and Margaret Brownon ('()IN: (;HKI\TIO\; ; ; ,
year.
faculty and students have hada Kingsley Lake. Sunday Il )l.INESSI'll'It'lllt :
Type Steams Floating Frontaele For Even Cult held at night from 7 to great spirit of fellowship and
alter
August 7., immediately
Disc Brake And More See HAHN : p.m. for a week and a much.
accomplished the 10 service with ".
a.m. 1'\ llatiil Hudge*
I A class was provided for One highlight the
cuAM' was swimming games and
family. mission offering. The girls relaxing. SUNDAY': : Sunday School HI
LORIDA WE SERVICE WHAT was 155, and were to outdo the boys in
high attendance Dinner will be provided at u m : Worship Service!. I II I
133.
was weight of money, not in the cost of $1.25 for adult and l
7
ant iii< p mTHURSDAY
WE SELLGARDEN the 27th
p1ST Deep night dollars. There were over 130 75 cents for children under 12.

program pounds of money given, all of We must know if you are : Midweekservice
CONTROL CENTER held, after an open house. which will go to Foreign coming so please call Diana
7ii: (> p m.
ckrmucu co Jack Kendrick the program, in Missions. The pastor, C.H. McPherson at 96 -5371 or
Brooker. Florida each class presented Swartz Jr., wishes to thank Joann Jordan at 5:13.2: ,01 not N. of dirt
work, and they, :3 i miles :ioi : turn on
songs all who worked to make this
later than
Wednesday. August road by Bradford Furniture
in Bible School a
year's V.B.S. a success. 3.
made ice cream social
4733133"I held. All
=== = ======== ==- '= enjoyed viewing
movies that were made -


fF rF lb year's were school.36 faculty t3ERYICES CHURCH 1
n ,
h11Jn1/ 0 .serving Each department in 10 de

AIR PARK BAH Sal FIRST METHODIST SMYR.N: ; \ 11.\1 'I MM 1 illfllCI!
200 Pine St Crystal Lake EPe I men serving!!, some along CHURCH Clll'RCII Elder: 1''.('. \\illia ins
lie,. O.D. Brooks "liilhekearrhfura: ,

Orange Street Sunday: Church School for fi ieutly i fhnri-h?"
O. Box 412 all ages 9:45: a m.; Morning
Sl'NDSunday: School 10 Worship (Nursery provided) 11 t'1"011I1' tol Sm end
LEE LAZENBY .; Worship Service II 11 am.a
Jessie Lee Lazenby, am ; Evening!! Worship p.m. | e e a SU.MY I :School.>
: Sunday

I ,-died Sunday retired, July school 24, Service WEDNESDAY 7 p.m. : Prayer MADISON Rev. Charles: .' BAPTIST SvvarU 11 10 in.alii.. B.T.S.\Vnrsliip. 3:4.Service: : II,

(!J IY ((31] I] (!J ( ( native an extended of Lake lived illness.Butler,. --- 9:45:SUNU.Sunday a.m., ; Morning Worship.School rlxeiimn: visitors Worship.are 7 p warmly'in.All pm.

Lazenby at one ALLEN CHAPEL I 11 I a.m.; Church Training 6:13: 1\I'll'IIIIII'-! ._
in the New River section a
7iu:\
pm.; Evening Worship :
A.M.! E. CHURCH
Friday Saturday & Sunday 1 P.M. she in took the area a teaching school. "The Friendly Church": services.pm.; Nursery provided for all SfAKKKcm it( iioFiionKfV. ..: .

p 7 49 .'ille--St.,Starke .
:M 1,1IIl'11kt.:
at Homestead, where
Rev.R.G, Heastle. Pastor WEDNESDAY: : : : Mid-Week
for many years!!, Service 7:30: p m. : Youth &
to this area after Childrens Choir Sum l.i v: Sunday School. Inam.
practice 7:30::
SUNDAY! : Sunday School
and Morning Worship.\ I II I
establishing!! a pm.; Adult Choir Practice
9:30 ,
: a.m. Morning Worship,
on the Suwannee River 8:30 am.. Kemnnur.ship.: 7
II a.m., Evening Worship.. 5 : pm.S
Live Oak. After her aKI .pm.
failed, she came to p.m? first Sunday only: love NCSI.EY"LAKE: : KU'TIST \\ eilnesiLiFamily.
t.- to live with her son and feast 7:30: p.m. Friday before Rev Paige/: Bowman Training Hour. ;.::111> II III
i r first Sunrlav
.. Mr. and Mrs. SUNDAY: Sunday School. Fllel",> : I'raver\ Meeting,
Lazenby. She was a Bethel Baptist'hurch: l0 a.m.; Morning Worship. It 7 :iu .p in
of the Christian Russell Davis, Pastor 'a.m.; Church training. i:30: ---- .,
Sunday School 10 a.m.; :p.m.; Evening: Worship. 7'i: < I'M I PENTECOSTAL':: .\1.

her son, she is sur Morning Worship 11 a.m.; p m. Clll'ltCII
WEDNESDAY: : : :Mid-Week Un. 11,1.. Urlls2IHN.
by seven grandchildren Evening
Mil I'I' PIi'JIf. Worship 7:30: p.m.;
I great-grandchildren. Wednesday Prayer Service 7'M:: p m. : Water St.
lh 1 I tilt Prayer Meeting<<
ra 1 ] services were held 7:30: p.m.CALVARY. aWaa SUNDAY': ) Sunday School

1 a.m. Tuesday at the ---- ST. :MAItK'S EPISCOPAL: ) 10 a.m.; Worship services 11
in Dekle Cemetery, BAPTIST4IIURCII Ke\.John Flynn a m., ami! 7 p m.
.- Lake Butler, with Rev. : SUNDAY \\It-: :< tSUBible:
: 8\0::\ a.m. llol
'... .- Delaney conducting. Jim Black Pastor Eucharist; 10 a m., !Morning> Study. 7w:: p m.HUDXY .
were in charge Prayer. : Young People'sService
:
'I 4'. .. rr'I Funeral. SUNDAY! : Sunday School TUESDAY: : 9:30: 7:30: \) p m. _
'..:.." __ of Gainesville. 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship. Prayer Group in Church a.m.
--.a'-3 II a.m.; Evening Worship. 7
'I : $ ------ Building a a a a
i p m. Wed. Services 7:30: m.
; p '
PINE .
a a a a : : I.EEl.: : IIPTIStHe !
I CARDS OFTHANKS ---- Human ,\h 11I'4"l
MUST ASSEMBLY OFGOD PINKUROVKMETHODIST: : !SUNDAY: : Sund.i,> School.

::1 j See Just 3 till'HI'II Hi a (ii.; Worship.II t a 111. .
Completed "The Happy Church Rev. Ben I L. Culeiuan. Bible Study, (il:: ()) p.m. .
hours during my llwy. IBatWeldonSI.SUrke K:'t'nnrg Worship 7 p m.
illness and SUNDAY: : Sunday School WEDNESDAY:. :: )
l1Az 1 Bath Enclosed Den Prayer
I Garage ( ) Illation were SUNDAY! : Sunday School 9:43: a.m.; Morning Worship. Service, 7io::\ p m.aaaaaa.
Immeasureably by 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, II 11 a.m.; (Evening! Services
: Air & Heat Carpet And Sun Deck acts of kindness by a m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: p m. as

: j and loved ones. My Ix, TIlt.'ICSUPrayer ilACE: << : .It ITISTCHURCHllw
Lake thanks. WEDNESDAY: : Youth Meetini 7:3:: (> p m.a .
: Crystal IIMIV South
. aa
Boots Green
I I meeting, 7 p.m.; Bible Study, !ST. tUWlW'STIIUI.Il" SUN;: II.1I1bl,' St'harl, IIIa.m" (
: 7pm.Pastor ( Worship n am. .
I Located On S-18 Off Fla. .-----. Robert Harden Training Union. .-7 p.m. ,
Rev. Patrick
OF THANKS Welcome one and all! II. Foley (Evening: Worship H p m.

; I TUi M.4.1 l Cal t* D ir Hi tit' 4 0* f.,. Let Our 501 nlM' T. ---- Masses: Saturday 7 WEDNESDAY: : : : Prayer
p.m.
I 'would like to thank FIRST CHRISTIANCHURCH Sunday 1a.m.\ ., Monday 7 !Meeting 7:111: l p m. "" church
for the donation for where everybody is
Ii i Special Financing Vets No Table and Jim Love, Minister pm.Wednesday, Tuesday 6:30:8:30: a.m.p.m.,, somebody,"
---
for Air Park Baptist -
: FHA *2995 Down Conventional SUNDAY: Sunday School Thursday Friday ofmonth.8:30: 8:30 a.m.: a.m', first: FIRST BAPTISTOIUIUII

God bless each of you 9:45: a m; morning service Confessions: Monday II"v. lien Bryant
I < way.
Call 473-3133 For Details You'll 8e : Ray. and Myrtice Sir ox -. p.mr.evening: worship -TafiSH"Council 6:45: pm l or upon Meetings!request.::: U ,.a 11t.-I\lormni'; Worship

and Members 'pm.; Choir practice, 8 p.m. fourth Monday of each month. lla m. ; Church Training. x:15:
I ------ WEDNESDAY Bible Altar pm.; Evening: Worship, 7O;:!


; /n\\lFfF( (g1g( n o ll. C MEMORIAM Study, 8"4 I.m._-< YFIRSTPR ..: \ 1st Monday a MORGAN Society as_of each. a Meetings,month.- p.m.Power WEDNESDAY:.;.7W::!:\ p m. : Hour of


) of our loved one 'CHURCHDr. ROAD

: Mason who left us one ,Jack (Hand, minister BAPTISTSUNDAYS
200 Pine St Crystal Lake July 30 1976. Sunday School, ;5.

is the memory that SUNDAY: Sunday School, 10a.m.? Morning Worship and J

1, P.O. Box 412 and fade will; you never are not be. 9:30 11: am.a m.; Morning Worship, Training Services for Union.the DeafHI 6:30: am.p.m..

I We miss you very much. Your THURSDAY Choir Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. You never know what i I.

= =-- wife Clara Family and practice, 7:30: WEDNESDAY: !Midweek enough until you know
1 Grandchildren. Prayer Service 7:30 p.m. what I I. more thin nough."
p.m.Il William Blake '
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July 28.1977 TELEGRAPH Pagel a/


Bradford Teacher Talks Progressing ; Big Issues Still To Come



., Bradford Bargaining between Elementary teachers: Salaries have not been discussed August 22, as salaries will not school board negotiating team There are two other major cost to them and this will be a amounting to$65,886,would be
County teachers and which is where the big con as of yet, but are sche-* be retroactive. had originally presented to items besides the salaries that "tough one" to decide, too much.
administrators for the, fall troversy stood, were given 45 duled to come up for arbitration Last year, teachers lost them. Douglas expects may cause Douglas said. Even with the obstacles that
contract is still under way, minutes of planning per day, Tuesday, August 1. over$64,000 In back pay as the Douglas said the two groups some problems. Those are the The school calendar now Douglas knows is ahead of the
and, according to C.E. with 20 consecutive minutes teachers took until January to would be meeting once a week items concerning insuranceand holds three paid holidays for two negotiating teams, he said
Douglas, business manager of being while school was in "Both sides are working reach an agreement. A special until August 15 and then will the school calendar. the staff and Douglas anti- he's "optimistic" about '
the School Board and a session. The teachers originally hard to reach an agreement," master had to be called in to probably meet each day to that reaching settlement. "At the ;
cipates a request move
member of the Bradford insisted on having the Douglas said. lie said he help the negotiations, which, thereafter in the He said concerning the insurance number to six.He said eachpaid same time last year 1 wasn't i '
I County Negotiating team, full 45 minutes while the hopes the salaries will be decided when completed, wound up to get the contract competed the teachers will holiday up costs the school so optimistic, but this year I .
negotiations are" "moving students were attending class. before Classes start be the same proposal that the before classes begin.! want increased benefits at no $ 0,086 and that six of these, am, he !said.
along real well. The work day remains at
i I seven and one half hours.
work The contract still has a lot of Another compromise came' Valldejuli Would Like State To Buy 3,550
to complete before it is up when the teachers wanteda O
ready for a final submission, 30 minute duty free lunch
but Douglas said that many of period each day that would Tract For Gold Head Park ExpansionThe AYr
the differences have been have a stipulation saying if :

have narrowed been down and both sides they did work during this owner of 3,550 acres of also made the area available Parks inspected the tract in -
I compromising.Some doing. a good deal of time, they could accumulatethe land adjoining Gold Head for use as a wildlife refuge, 1975 and found that the I in StarkeTWOBILALE
I time and use it at their. Branch Slate Park near Key- with no hunting allowed. Although property consists of 32 percent '
of this ) discretion. stone Heights, is trying to Interest -, he is not pushing the flatwoods, 30 percent sand- J'Stifff
done compromising The board compromisedwith the state in buying the sale, he would rather see the hills, 15 percent improved
was the
I over teaching the teachers, ending in property to enlarge the park, land preserved In its wild pasture, 14 percent
I conditions in the
contract and the same amount of time for one of the most popular state than developed for hammocks, four percent sand FROZEN DAIRY DESSERT
Douglas said that
few points, that except for a the duty free lunch, but the recreation spots in Florida's housing or divided into pine scrub, and five percent O- Every Monday ft Tuesday .
about settled. matter is just teachers would have to take system of parks.A ranchettes. bay head cypress.Inmates 70 CALORIES THAT TASTE LIKE A MILLION
their compensatory time if state spokesman said,
There was a good deal of they worked during the lunch however, that "chances are Valldejuli said he had 100' HAPPY DAYS MENU 6-PACKS STRAWBERRYPINTS
controversy between the two period within five working not all that good" for the pro- turned down ,a $50.000-a-year ChargedIn BEEF HAMBURCER,25' CHOCOLATE
bargaining groups over the days after the time was sale. The land offer from a sand
posed was royalty J Safa
FRENCH FRIES 5' CUPS
Prison .
amount of planning time the earned. inspected by the state two mining company, and has had MurdersTwo VANILLA
teachers would have and whenit As far as the students are years ago for consideration some interest shown in the WORLD'S GREATEST DQ SHAKE.25'
would be
given them concerned, the contract will under Florida's Environ- land by a Wisconsin dairy Florida State Prison
guarantee each student a text mentally Endangered Lands farmer. Even though he has inmates were charged by the DQ SUNDAE.........................25'
High school
and
school teachers middle book, and there will be an program, but was given a low no pressing need for the Bradford County grand jury
planning were givenone "effort" made by the board to priority.Officials said that the money, and his taxes on the Monday with the deaths of two Breakfast For Every Taste viiI
that is equal period to all per other day provide each classroom with a one-time appropriation of $200 land are only $5,000 a year, other prisoners. S.rved Daily, From BAM lo 11 1 A A'
chalkboard and bulletin million for of Valldejuli said he would haveto James A. Callaham
purchases
en- was .
instructional periods in Eggs, Ham, Bacon, Sausage, HashbrowRS
length ,
board. Lockable will
storage sell the land bull-
dangered lands has mostly either or indicted in the strangling
exclusive of other assigned also be provided in the classroom Grits ft Buttermilk Biscuits ro C.r' .. P., ii Fi, Ot Cup
duties. been spent or earmarked for doze it into pasture if the state death of Robert Lee Tatro 30,
other lands refuses to buy. "I just can't sit on July 10 in the maximum-
Jorge Valldejuli, who has still," he said. ''I'm a man security prison. Frank Joseph Dairy Queen
owned the land since 1951, has who likes to do things." Pittro, Jr.,was indicted in the
Jury Awards $89,454In converted about 500 acres to district naturalist with the stabbing death of Jimmie Lee 1401 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. 964.7478LIT17TRIiiiLiL11Tfl
pasture for his cattle, and has Division of Recreation and Wilson on Oct. 31, 1976. ,
I




After over Car-Train two years of out these factors Crash would have no '

of court seesaw negotiationsand effect on Griffin's I 1rT I 1
four days of court testi- responsibility to support the
mony, a Bradford County jury children. Judge Wayne M.
verdict will bring a total of Carlisle pointed out
$89,454 to the dependents of During the trial, attorneys
Larry Griffin who was killedin for the plaintiff attempted to
a 1975 car-train crash. blame the crash on the speedof STYROFOAM .
Amtrak was found 40 the train and inadequate
percent responsible for the markings at the crossing 100 CT GALAXY 20"
collision and Griffin himself, while the defense attorney .
60 percent negligent, by the centered the case around the
six-member jury, fact that Griffin was negligentand
The collision occurred on that he had been drinkingbeer PAPER CUP
the night of April 17, 1975 at and shooting pool not
the railroad crossing at long before the 11:40: p.m. S BOX FAN
Market Road, which Is accident occurred,
marked only by crossarms PLATES
The speed limit for that location -
which is at the city limits ServicemenLovelace ?
of Starke, is 20 miles per hour,
but the train was going 67
miles per hour officials admitted Graduates Reg.99t Reg. '
43C 1688$1488t
From Technical School 67"
The total award made by Airman Robert H. Lovelace,
the jury, originally set at son of George C. Lovelace of
$223.636, was reduced as Rt. I, Brooker, has graduated
Griffin was found 60 percent at Sheppard AFB Tex., from
responsible for the accident. the U.S. Air Force technical
This leaves Ida B Griffin, training course for refrigeration
mother of the deceased to re- and air conditioning 1
ceive $16.572, Griffin's .-
Larry specialist. t'
daughter Kathy. 14, will receive Airman Lovelace; now'0 G. ,9 '
$26,000 and his six.year- trained to maintain refrigeration
old son,Larry Griffin Jr., will and air conditioning & cx: 71# f fs
receive $46.882. equipment, is being assignedto .
The damages were based on Kirtland AFB N.l\I., for s
the loss of income they would duty with a unit of the Air '
have been receiving had Force Systems Command. \
Griffin been alive and the loss Completion of the course 4 fffami1ycenters '
of guidance, instruction and earned the individual credits
$
.. companionship Griffin could towards an associate in
have given his children. applied science degree
There was no evidence that through the Community
Griffin had supported his two College of the Air Force.
children and it was known that The airman is a 1974 LADIES LADIES KNEE HI
' he had not been married to graduate of Union County
- either of the mothers but High School, Lake Butler.


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TOSACCO PRODUCTS E=CLUDEO.000DTNRU SUNDAY.JULY 31,1177. TOBACCO PRODUCTS EXCLUDED.COOO TTMW JULY 31.177. FHOOWCTS EXCLUDED.OOOO TINY SUNDAY..lUl.Y 31.1S77. aw



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PANTRY PRIDE
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8/1 f 15'
Soft Drinks
TOMATOJUICE ;
Bon I4W Ami Cleanser 41/ 1 s'' f a

GrerYDayLowPrkt 111 4 RIGHT GUARD Libby Tomato Juice 59 6 t NESTEA ICE
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it"'" '..ltf l. TKI.KCIIAPII: July. ... IS77



Gas Lights, Dirt Streets Shown in These


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Two heretofore unpublished 'jtIf

pictures of Call Street as it .,,, ., .
.q.:-of": .V. h n. ,". .w N I '
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looked near the turn of the : : { t. .: 1
,
century were loaned to The .' .

HEARINGSComing Telegraph for publication by \I. .". .
Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and ,lift
are highly) prized as being
typical of that bygone era. :":' '
Soon on County's Plan "
They were the property of ,f': ;

Mrs. Redgrave's mother { I r YC F.

with and efforts aimed at Mrs. L.S. Hutto, and have
I :. Many significant factors, of value to public private been in the family for many
the attractiveness and
all who interested in BradfordCounty's strengthening years.
are functionality of the Starke business k ;
projected growth, are ij ijr
district," the narrative states, adding The scene at top is the
disclosed in the narrative accompanying
that commercial activities, southeast side of the block $i
"Strip
the land use plan which will be subject to U.S. 301 should be between Larry's Flowers and !
especially along Koch's
public hearings on August 9 and 23. Drug Store (at the ;
and indiscriminate
prohibited; present time), The Starke
spreading of commercial activities House was a "boarding

According to projections in the through the municipalities or along house" or hotel that was torn : 'i ; Y StARKx gv
narrative, the southeastern panhandleof down several years ago to -T'
arteries should be discouraged.
Bradford County is expected to be the major make room for a parking lot sJ"TZrrrsL'a3.

place where the action is during the next for the Community State
In itself to the of Bank. .
problems The
addressing woman seated on -Cy
two decades because of its proximity to
housing, the narrative predicts that by the porch is believed to be
the attractive lake region in that area. "
the year 1995 the demand for mobile Mrs. Tison who operated the 1"--

will have increased popular hostelry which was I '
home development famed for its I I1'Ill'1 Il
In 1975 this section of the county meals in those
sharply as the price of conventional day. One Starkeite still
contained roughly 1,700 people, but it is
increases. In of remembers that Mrs. -
dwellings anticipation Tison
expected that by 1995 this population '
this factor, areas for mobile home sent meals out on occasion, kyly
will increase at fast rate until '
figure a concentrations allocated and once sent enough to feedone
are throughout
some 6.000 residents are occupying this adult and two children for
the county. However, it's recommended 25 cents.
area. This will mean a need for 1,950
these units be allowed to
that
no longer
additional housing units, of which 25 per intermix with conventional homes in The two story brick buildingwith ,,, ,
cent are expected to be mobile homes. the sign "Printing
areas designated as rural residential. Office," housed the
This includes only permanent homes, general

I and no estimate was made as to how merchandise (dry goods, I
These are just a few of the significant notions and grocery) store of
many seasonal or "second" homes would N.J. (Newt) Jones, who cameto
factors touched in the
.: be in the area by 1995. on comprehensiveplan Starke from Georgia and they lost their home and .
narrative, but which will be married Bonita Richard, business. In later years Mr.

t In addition to more homes, this discussed more completely at the daughter of Capt. John C. Sistrunk operated a seed and l
feed store in Starke
growth will also call for more recreationareas hearings on August 9 and 23. Richard, one of the prominent retirement. until his
pioneer businessmen of
since the report shows only two
and has takenon Starke. He was the father of
City County planning Other stores in the block
such facilities there at the
present DeWitt C. Jones, of Jones
new significance in Florida since were the J.M. Alvarez men'sclothing
timethe Keystone Heights Golf Funeral Home.
store, just beyond the
of the Local Government
Course, and a public boat ramp on Little passage Mr. Jones' first store was a. two men standing on side-
Act of 1975.
Lake Santa Fe. "Sites along lake shores Comprehensive Planning frame building located on walk; the drug store run by
Not only does this act require that Madison Charlie Cason; and a corner
should be acquired by state or county Street on the site of
government units to provide public planning be done by every municipalityand the former office of Dr. H.H. grocery store on the site rr.Li

access to these waters," the narrative county in Florida, but once the plansare Adams. This building burned, J.W.occupied White for&many Son. years by ,, .. .
adopted, it requires that all public after which the business wasmoved

states. and private development be carried out to the Call Street The short man In dark suit
location. The end of the
in conformance with the rear standing under Millinery signIs
of plans. second floor used the
The importance protecting was by Joe Hoover of Hoover Bros.

wetlands in the county is also pointed up "Printing Office" where the Studio early Starke photographers 1Xh.

in a reference to the huge Santa Fe Development of the county's plan has Bradford County Telegraph. The other men are

Swamp which occupies approximately been underway since 1973 when the was printed at the time it was not identified but could be

Urban and Regional DevelopmentCenter purchased by E.S. Matthews Mr. Alvarez and Mr. Jones
cent of Bradford In .
County'ssoutheastern
twenty per 1893. > I .
at the University of Florida posing in front of their stores. ... .,
tip. It is privately owned ,... "
and consists of approximately 5,000 began preliminary work even before the Mr. Jones eventually J";' ...t .1wJy.- _.:-.1' ,... .' .'.4. ''d4 :n; ... ,t-'t' ...... : :"fl.:. '-
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Comprehensive Planning Act became wanted to expand his store to A water pump rests on a ,_ .... .... .i. .,;" :$ 4'_ ''''';''9. .. "
acres of cypress swamp, marshlands, have a cotton gin in connection brick base in front of the two .= ; ';, C "; 'O ...o;(.. .-4':':.. :. .......:..-

: and hardwood forests, and is an law. Since passage of the act in 1975, the with it, and made a third while horse and _.-.:.- t : _: '....]' ..'... .;.". ..,;:;;' (,.'f ..'-.. .__; '2_ :;_''...1.\/o".. /".,_. ; ",".!.:J'-'O".; ""
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important segment rigs are the largely -.4. ... -"- -. ::. .. :
occupying -: :' :
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Council the task of brick he constructedat : .. ;; ,, -
River. It is also an important rechargearea Planning was given the building of Call and vacant "parking spaces." -:7.9':_, Ww: wan&-" : ,:.. .::::J....... :\o...i.K.x......::':::" '. ;:-. :..:::.'i..;w'R
for the Floridan Acquifer which drafting a land use plan that would meet corner Other items to note are the
Thompson Streets now knownas
supplies water to lakes in the area, as, the necessary criteria. the Rosenberg building. He dirt street and the gas street

well as water for private wells over a also built another brick lamps which had to be lightedby Lower photo shows the red The frame house at left was Smokey The: Bi

wide area. The planners feel that the Now, after four years of work and building at the rear (still a man Mr. Sydboten. brick livery stable operatedfor one occupied at one time by

swamp should be preserved in its study, we are getting down to the wireon standing today) to use as a every evening at.dusk. Street- a short by G.M.time Sistrunk on W. Call and the Sistrunk family and later Visits Library

natural state for its importance to the plans for the county, as well as its warehouse and gin. Hidden behind the trees at his son-in-law C.A. (Charlie) 'the Morris Leviton family.
29 10
water supply of this section of Florida, several municipalities. Hearings have The Millinery -"Store next upper* left Is.the white two-' ,Futch. Mr. >'Sis trunk is 'Mr.tailoring Ltevlton" business was.,and In the his*, July A.H|

and notes that Bradford is already been held on the City of Starke's door was operated by Mr and story frame building, then occupied standing with the center
County brown bear to visit 1
Mrs. G.M. Sistrunk who horse and Mr. Futch Is daughter. Rosa now Mrs. Big j
plan, and it is now in the hands of by .J.G. Alvarez
to have the State of Florida public library on J!.
attempting Friday
moved to Starke from Cedar general merchandise firm standing In doorway at rear. Hugh Brownlee Jr. of New
regional and state planning agencies for 29th at 10 a.m. said Direc
acquire this property under the Florida Key soon after the disastrous and now the site of the OldFlorida Orleans, was born In this
Smith.
Dan
Environmentally Endangered Lands their suggestions. hurricane of 1896 in which Bank building. This building was located house. It was known then as

Program. "Drainage of wetlands in directly across the street from "the old Witkovski house," the Please do not bring a,
Bradford should be Starke developed its plan separately, the Jones store on the site of former residence of Lewis honey! This bear Is on t
County prevented,
the Van H. Priest
present Witkovski lookout for forest fire
and the hearings on August 9 and 23 will early Starke pr
realize their Store.
and a policy implemented to
highest and best use," the narrative be for the County and its three smaller County Agents By merchant mayor and county bear ventors.was When in costume-last seen hat artrousers tli

municipalities, Lawtey, Hampton, and Mr. Futch was later elected commissioner and the grand
states. I Iher' father of former attempting.. to b<
T Telegraph
Brooker.So Bobby City Clerk of Starke a positionhe like a man.
publisher, Eugene L.
Notebook held for many years. .
On the topic of commercial activities, TaylorThis Matthews. All summer ,readr; >

the plan states that: "continued use and far, hearings on the comprehensiveplans program treker's -'.are ii

support of the central business districtin have been well-attended, quested to remove bear tra
lETTERs and come to visit with Smokl
Starke is to insure contributing valuable input from the
necessary presenceof
which is and desired.In week has the Bear, at the public librar
an active and vital commercial center public, appreciated July 25-31. tion. Make sure everyone This will be the finchildren's
the interest of developing the best been designated as National working with you also under-
for the and recommends that readi
county" Farm Safety Week. I could stands what to do. summer
efforts and proposals designed to possible comprehensive plan for the talk about machinery and SAYS CROSBY LAKE PUBLIC SHOULD PLAY program for this year and w

t- improve and enhance the downtown county, it is hoped that attendance will equipment safety or a numberof Use the appropriate personal FAR BELOW NORMAL MORE ACTIVE ROLE close with a GIT! Grr!
.
should be encouraged. "Such initiative be even larger at the hearings on other things that could pos- shield protective from equipment harmful to Dear Editor: Each book''' trek r. prese
you Dear Editor
I should be coordinated and supplemented August 9 and 23. sibly help prevent farm contact with toxic or irritating : will have a chance in t
accidents if certain
pre- materials.Mix In reference to the picture I solicit the use of this official drawing for "Bra
cautions taken.
were and item in last "
Thursday's
column to offer my ford the public libra
accurately and care paper concerning the Crosby to the local businessmen appreciation robot. Let's find Bradford
Hot Humid Summer One area of concern for children pets, and Lake canal issue-it does not
farm safety that can also fully. Keep who combined their good home so be there!
tell all.
the
I I nonworkers out of area.
efforts with mine
apply to many non-farmers is concerning
Because Cleanup spills. Return unused It does not state that the the high utilities rates. nit

Brings Power Issue to Head pesticide chemical control safety.along with pesticides promptly. to safe storage lake below is now two and a half feet The meeting with the City Recycling.

normal level.
other pest control measures Council was educational for To Make Five
I has proven to be very effec- Thoroughly rinse and drain The
County Commissionwas all concerned. It !is felt that we
I I As Floridians sweat out an unusually This means, of course, that summer tive against a' number of empty glass metal, or plastic ordered several years ago learned the genuine concernof Stops In AugustThe

I sweltering summer, utility companies all bills for electricity will be almost double pests pesticides are now pesticide containers. Keep by the environmental peopleto our Council; the dilemma

j over the state are being pushed to last year's in some due to the being used by'' gardeners, empties (in a safe place until put the lake back to normal facing them at this time is August schedule for t
supply enough electricity to meet the cases home owners farmers and they can be discarded. Never which they never did. I wouldlike what can be done about it. It is Reynolds Afuminu

demand. unscheduled excess heat and rate increases resultingfrom commercial establishments. leave them lying around. to know why.If encouraging to know that an Recycling mobile 'uit has
Already, outages We need pesticides, but we "expert" in the field of utility stops scheduled for Star
I of generators have created higher fuel oil prices. Large also need them wisely Set application equip- '
: problems to use up you want a true story management is being The public mar redet
I locally! as well as elsewhere, and where commercial users of power in Starke are and safely. ment for proper dosage and send reporter with a camerato consulted for his advice and their recyclable alumimi

''I there has been ample capacity in the crying for relief and say the rates are reliable apply carefully for good my address any day after 12 recommendations. It is hoped every Tuesday from 9:
There isn't much with minimum '
I jeopardizing the continued profitable coverage noon. that his opinion will be am.a.m.. in front of TG
past, it appears this may not always be data on pesticide mishaps. draft. Avoid pesticide appli- Frank E.BarncordRoute3 Store.
.
'i I I the case in the future. operation of their businesses.The Each year some accidental cation on windy days. Box Florida 15M completely Influenced unbiased by any and local not Reynolds pays 17 cents p
illnesses and a few deaths are Starke
'I, ; The National Weather Service reports hot weather, combined with verified. Often the victims are Clean up your applicationand feelings or connections.The cans pound and for aluminum other clean bevera ho*

that climatic conditions have conspired higher rates, have dramatized the power small children who were exposed of- protective finished. Don't equipmentwhen smoke or POLICE CRITICIZEDDear reprimand given to hold aluminum items such

I to make this summer's heat issue, and the City of Starke is, to the danger because or other eat until you have changed Sir: each of us by the City Councilis pie plates foil,frozen food a

; unbearable, while drought somewhat improper storage and washed Well well heeded. We should dinner trays and dip, puddi
exceptionally belatedly, moving to get to user oversights. Worker clothing up. the Starke police have have been more concerned and meat contal Certi

conditions have prevailed over most of the bottom of the problem by having a mishaps usually involve Improper Post treated areas to warn done it again. First they triedto previous to this time. Our con- other items, "'includi)

'! the state. At the very time when the sun study made of the power rate structure, handling or application people to stay out. Williams lay an and accident that backfired.on Mrs. cern can be shown by taking a aluminum siding,'" gutte

: is almost directly overhead we've had and the right course to pursue in orderto methods recommended failure protective to use Store pesticides by them Second, the Telegraph, dated more active role In the affairsof storm door and',:' wind

: an unusual number of days when the sky solve the need for increased power equipment and other viola- selves in original labeled con July 7,cited three accidents in our city. I challenge each of frames and lawn' furnitu

: I has been cloudless and hazy, magnifying capacity.It tions of established safe practices tainers in a cabinet .room or which two (average citizens) you the to City attend Council the meetings first of a tubing pound are if also worth 17 ce

i solar radiation, which makes the heat or label Instructions. building that can be locked. red were charged with running a and third Tuesday every, 7 p.m. at This aluminum properly'must prepan be fi
However the thirda
i I feel worse than it actually is. has been a long, hot summer and we Mishaps can be preventedand Dispose of excess pesticidesas ( light.policeman) tailed to the City Hall. of all foreign materials, cut

I Temperatures have soared into the 90's hope that by the time the season rolls the suggested by the label or observe that the light had lengths not exceeding thi

; I almost every day in June and July, until around again, the months of June, July, served if the proper pesticides dealer. turned red and wasn't extended My appreciation to Mayor Schaeferand is also feet with and should JJjReynold. not JM' mU
break in the heat arrived with are used with unfailing care Identify pesticide storage charged.In cans.; .
i a wave amass and August will neither be so hot nor so the Council for their "Pen fro
and in accordance with es
strict with a sign at the building entrance ;
I of cooler air rolling in. expensive. label instructions.Here and another the doorto view of the upcoming ele- patience in the meeting last Heaven" donation progra

I I II the actual room or cabinet I ction, supposedly some of the week. Our group was well for the Muscular,Dystrop

I I are basic safety re- where they are kept. This will I gross miscarriages of justice received. Association beginsXAugust( ''
minders when using inform visitors and firefighters 'will be considered and William Roberts and continues through. Lat
i CRID,4 6 BRADFORD to pesticides. where pesticides are I possibly corrected General Mananger Day, Sept. 5. i
rtk Inn of StarkeA During this Umetaeynol;::{
Holiday
0 Select the correct pesticideand stored so they can take needed I selected
Starke as my retirement "oil donate
p one penny to I
N acrlvl Qrtrr pl applicating equipment for precautions. II I area because I con- Muscular Dystroph Assoc

yaMxsO ] the particular pest problem.The I II sidered it as a nice place to tion for every .round

oyC cardinal rule Is read II I live and even went so far as to .t aluminum recycled by t tcompany's

'- '; SgSbE ti purchase acreage nearby. 'nail wl
I BUN G FERGUSON' JOHN M. MILLER and heed the label! Follow all I However, maybe I acted In on
recycling
i all progra The
lot. Publishers' directions and observe I haste.
collections
171.\111. I each! Thursday .alit. entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office. at btarkl, ela. under safety precautions. Pay parti- y-r '_ _. exceed 10 million are ejected pound*.
cular attention to specific Voters of Starke
'' ,, please The
A, Ml IVtirih 1. IH79 first-aid penny a pound donatl
SubscrIption ralA.n'ra<1e area. t7 per year: $4 six montns. warnings and Only one opinion- poll reconcile: my doubts. I will be In addition: the
Outside. Irad.'.'" S8 $4 SO month measures.! Consult Jour ( ) national census is called pound .
I a per year: si> dealer Gallup'i correctly forecast John O.Gillenwater the
or County Agent ,
ThErecyclmay
for In the U.S. Conttitutlon. to
I ''in' *'. .01 S$15 I! Starke. Fla. President Rooicvalt's r<- 4207 Boulder Drive public.
have any question or any '
It provides that a counting ,keep that
elation 'In 1936.
I! aspect of usage of the produc- Dallas,Texas 75233 take place every 10 Y._, innate: It to gjoney



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3 Petitions Denied In Tax Assessment Hearing l

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raiser's Upholding the property ap- water on Silver Lake. morning and he only had 25 said, "the value Is there" and seconded by Parrish the re-evaluation to $48,000 from
located assessment of Appriaser Jimmy Alvarez feet. Bohannon said he ques- whether the property owner board voted unanimously to the appraised value of 55807.
property.eke In the on Silver told the board the two piece tioned even when the lake was chooses to develop it or not in deny the petition for adThese were the only three
southeast corner owned by Bohannon were up whether he had the 175 feet both the lake front and road justment. petitions that were filed with ,
f Bradford Tax,,Adjustment County, the Board assessed separately. 4.3 that appears on the plat. footage. Two other petitioners did the county clerk's office from I
t denied a acres, Including frontage on not appear at the appointed the 1,700 notices of value
etitlon by George R, SR-100 assessed at $20 per Alvarez told the board composed Bohannon told the board he time and the board routinely changed sent July 1 from the
Bohannon Tuesday of l July 26, foot, came to $ of county commissioners paid $6,500 in 1958 for the two denied the petitions. property appraiser's office.
lot. adjustment
taxable Alvarez remaining Roberts
4lue. The George pieces in the northeast corner
BvPohunnon, who $16,435was assessed on the Maxie Carter and Dave of the lake and the system of Scheduled was Homes No notices of value were
creels purchased owns In two lake front parcel including $70 Shuford along with school assessment at 100 percent he Enterprises of Lawtey, apmailed to property owners if
aid i valued 1958, per foot for 175 feet of lake board members Vernon considered "too high." When praised at $74,893 for the past the value did not change from
Dproperty at front footage. Parmenter and J.T. Parrish, asked by Alvarez if he would three years. Homes petition 1976. There has been no
piser's office was not apr Receding water levels on the Bohannon property was sell for the same amount he asked for re-evaluation to general re-evaluation of
hat much considering he worth the lake, Bohannon said, did assessed at the same value as purchased the property, $50,000. county property in 1977, said
have the amount of lakefront did not give him the 175 feet he other property around the Bohannon countered he certainly Th6 other petitioner, ColAlvarez.. Increases in
piot footage called for In the was assessed. He told the lake even though the lake was would sell it for what it chester: Properties Inc., property value comes mainlywas .
Jplat ,because of the receding board he had measured his down presently.The appraised. owner of the Wishbone Fried from new construction, he g 1e e ; ,7J
lake front access that very property appraiser' On a motion from Shuford Chicken in Starke. asked for a added.


Hi Hi: Long Distance Phone Rates< Pay Station Calls To Go Up 1y1



Starting at an unspecified Quarter In the slot instead of a and Is part of a $133.6 million rate increases of some 18 per The 18 per cent average Airport. It was predicted by
late, but within 90 days, dime. rate hike for "Ma Bell." cent on long distance calls, hikes in long distance tolls will staff members of the PSC that
nyone making a pay station The 250-percent increase in The PSC will also permit since Bell controls all long range from 100 per cent in- pay station calls would decrease (
telephone call in Bradford, as the cost of pay-station local Southern Bell to Impose distance lines in the state. creases for calls under 12 by 42 per cent under
Veil as 37 other Florida calls-now the highest rate in directory assistance chargeson The $133.6 million increasewas miles distance to 10 per cent the higher fee. ,
bounties. whose long distance the nation was approved the 2.2 million customers in $85 million short of the increases for calls above 250 The pay phone hike was delayed -
s i are handled by Southern last week by the Florida its coverage area. And all $218.3 million raise sought by miles. for 90 days to let Bell
..II' ,. will have to drop a Public Service Commission Floridians will see average Southern Bell. The Starke exchange of alert customers that it is

; Electrical Workers City Still In Court Continental the South Telephone(serving Starke Co. of, coming. I

I Lawtey and Kingsley Lake) The PSC staff said that the
said no information had been Florida operation of Southern
received concerning the new Bell has not been able to make Rattlesnake Killed t.
H- With Fresh Negotiations: Set To Begin: Soon rate schedule for long its fair rate of return since,
distance calls, or the effective 1968. The new increase is In- Darrell Davis and Gone Todd show off the 5 foot Shy Inch
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rattlesnake they killed three miles north or Starke on US-301, '
tended to the
date. give company a
'Starke electrical workers, senting the city and Rod Smithof Mediation and Conciliation prior'to the present 10 year Some areas In 15 states now profit margin of 8.62 per cent. Sunday July 24. '
The snake had 12 rattles and button and killed with !
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represented by the Gainesville IBEW attorney. Service heard arguments limit. At 10 years a' city have a 20-cent pay phone All increases, except payphone one was apine
Davis and Todd said.
I sapling
International Brotherhood of Wolbert said no ruling was from both sides and ordered, employee is now allowed to charge, but the only place at tolls are expected to :
I Electrical Workers Local made and Judge Carlisle set the city to pay the electrical save part of his vacation time, present with a 25-cent fee is become effective some time in I
1205, will soon be negotiatingwith August 11 to take further workers an eight percent up to a month and accumulatethat the Dallas-Fort Worth August.
the Farm Bill Amendment Pusses HouseAn j.
[ city on this year'ssalary evidence. This was Carlisle'sfirst salary increase, a time.
I proposal while lastyear's hand look at the parties in compromise from the 14 I
I suit against the city is the suit since he recently took percent the workers had Goodman ruled against the Coal-Burning Generating Plant amendment to the Farm The measure now goes to
I still being heard in circuit over this circuit from Judge union on two of the five issues. Bill co-sponsored by the Sentate where Fuqua said
[court. Benjamin Tench who heard originally asked. Goodmanalso He ruled against differential Congressman Don Fuqua, he is "hopeful it will pass j
Latest In a series of earlier arguments.The ruled against the city on pay up to 15 percent for Set for Putnam County. which changes the method of without hesitation."
[!hearings was held Monday suit stems from a ruling two of the other four issues. operators and ruled againstan .. calculating corn disaster

[July 25, in which arguments made in a September hearing The arbitrator said the city additional paid holiday for 'Seminole Electric Cooperative to water for cooling; rail and payments designed to increase Fuqua said the Farm Bill :'
I were heard by Judge WayneM. after the original pay packagewas should pay phone. bills for birthdays.The Inc. has unveiled plans water transportation facilities emergency aid to before Congress last week I.
| Carlisle. The 2ta hours of flatly rejected the City employees on stand-by duty, matter then moved to for the construction of a $600- ; environmental com- farmers suffering from made the critically needed
[discussion and rebuttal involved Council Arbitrator Alfred J. .and the city should provide for circuit court with a suit to million electric generating patibility; and reasonableaccess drought conditions this year, change in formulation for ;'
Jesse .Wolbert, repre Goodman of the Federal accumulation of vacation time enforce payment. plant five miles north of to an existing trans- has passed the U.S. House of. computing disaster relief. t
Palatka. mission system. Representatives. However, the provisions of the *
bill did not apply to existing 1
rime Rate Dropping Attorney General ReportsAll The 11-member system, SECI plans to build two 600- Fuqua said that the drought conditions in Florida. .
which includes Clay Electric megawatt coal-fired measure passed by the House "t
Cooperative of Keystone generating units. Target dateto bases payments on planted Fuqua's measure made the <
[/ across the nation the committed in 1976 were percent for the area; murderwas burglary down five percent Heights; serves nearly a get the plant on-line is June acreage. He explained that change retroactive to January 1
rime rate is dropping, andrtarke solved which puts Starke down five percent overall larceny-theft down nine million residents in 47 Florida 1983 with 125 permanent em- disaster payments are pre- 1, to include increased aid to |
seems to be no about 13 percentage points and 12 percent for the area percent and motor vehicle counties. "Our objective is to ployees and a $1.9 million sently figured on obsolete farmers suffering from the '
Jtception. above the state average, and forcible rape was up five theft up three percent. provide our member systems annual payroll. allotments set up in the late drought this year,
i Serious crime dropped nine which was 21.5 percent. percent overall and for areas with reliable power at the 1950's much less than actual
Jercent in the United States Uniform crime reports released with populations under 10KHJ Attorney General Bell lowest possible cost" a Officials said that during acreage most farmers now "No industry is more, t'
luring the first three months by the Federal Bureauof Robbery was down eight cautioned that the severe company official said. construction of the plant the plant. needed than a healthy
If 1977 compared with the Investigation comparingthe percent aggravated assaultup weather of last winter could company expects a $1.2
lame period of 1976, Attorney first three months of 1976 one percent burglary down have had a substantial influence The proposed site consists of million monthly payroll with The Fuqua proposal has the American agriculture,"
eneral Griffin B. Bell with the same period in 1977, seven percent, larceny-theft in the lowering of 2,000 acres between West up to 1,000 workers for a three- support of the Administration Fuqua said. "Farmers in
Innounced. show that violent crimes decreased down t 11 1 percent and motor ve- serious reported crime at the River Road (SR-209)) and year period before tapering and U.S. Secretary of North Florida, as well as
1 Last year Starke's crime three percent overall hicle theft down four percent outset of the year. Bostwick. It is the property of off. It will take about six yearsto Agriculture Bob Bergland throughout the nation have
kite dropped 17.7 percent and and decreased one percent for overall. For this area, murders led Huntley-Hansford in River put the entire plant into who publicly endorsed the suffered dearly this year.
arke was placed in the top 10 areas with under 10,000 For areas under 10,000 the decline dropping 12 Farms,.Inc., with a price tag operation, officials said. measure during a recent visit Some are on the brink of
Vrcent of areas comparable populations. population robbery was down percent, with forcible rape of some $2 million about to the Second Congressional economic ruin. I am proud
i size in solving crimes. Property crimes went down two percent aggravated having the largest increase of $1.000 an acre. The site SEC now buys power trom District."I that the House of Representatives
Over 34 percent of crimes nine percent overall and seven assault down one percent five percent. was picked for its availability several utilities in the state did not turn their backson
and owns 14 megawatts of am extremely pleased our farmers. Our entire
generation in Florida Power with the passage of .this nation, owes ,(U.gratitude to 4
Zoning Board Favors SR-16 West Subdivision Corporation's Crystal t River legislation that is so important, this industrY, d we need to "
III nuclear plant. to our farmers who have provide as mut Waid as we can
suffered a double blow this make available to help our

In a brief session Tuesday approximately half-acre lots across the road from his miscellaneous, $45,200; one obtaining a license. He Coal to generat power will year with the freeze last farmers through' this
the for conventional homes. A home. probably come by rail from winter and the drought this disastrous year Fuqua
ight County Zoning Board school (Lawtey), $16,800; one suggested sending a letter of "
|pproved two petitions for formal plat will be presentedto The petition of Michael church (Lawtey), $9,500; two warning to the operators in eastern Kentucky and West summer, Fuqua said. stated.You'll .
classification of property, the County Commission for Bryan was denied for rezoning docks $360; one swimming such cases. Virginia coal fields. The 600-
nd denied a third. approval and acceptance of 20,000 square feet of his home pool $5,000; and one commer- Gaines recommended megawatt generating station
the streets, which will be property, two miles northwestof cial (sign), $1,200. increasing the cost of building will burn approximately 1.5 t
[With a favorable recommendation paved Bryan said. The site Starke on the right of High- Fees collected during the permits which he said did not million tons of coal annually. want to remember
to the County adjoins the Mike Gilhooley way 100 from RlC month totaled $1,179 and 122 cover the expense of the
remission the boardproved property and Bryan said it (residential) to BA (business- building inspections were necessary building Inspec- aeeS-e0eNOBII how they look
the application of was very desireable being automotive) to operate an made. tions under the present :\
.G. Hartman and D.W. high and dry, with nice trees.AJso auto repair garage. The board Topics discussed at the scheduled. Gaines said each
klier for rezoning 23 acres members express reluctanceto meeting included means of inspection'cost the office a today .
2 miles northwest of Starke approved was the "spot zone" for an controlling the frequency and minimum of$9 and he did not
i the left side of Highway 16 application of William E. automotive business in the length of garage sales when think the taxpayers should
i Exclusive Agriculture to Finucan for a reclassificationfrom midst of what is primarily a conducted by the same Indi- have to pay part of this cost. 1
|IA ( single family Open Rural to BP residential area. vidual or family. Chairman He suggested a minimum 1j
fesidential II.Healtor ). (business-professional) on a In his monthly report. Art Keifer, said he had charge of $10 per permit and
half acre off Rising Road 6'i Zoning Director L.M. Gaines observed at least one instance also increasing the square foot j
[ Ralph Bryan miles northwest of Starke. showed 48 building permits where a garage sale is being value of a building from $15 to ,
presenting the owners, pre- Finucan said he needed therezonin issued during the period July conducted in the same loca- $17 in computing the building If you have a large well-
nted a preliminary sketch ofhe /(continue operationof 1-26. for a total of $408,060. The tion over a period of weeks. He permit fee. The board agreed shaped nose, some believe, HJ
proposed subdivision, his saw sharpening service list included: nine single said this, in effect was with this recommendation and it is a sign that you are noble
ying the owners planned to which he wanted to move to family dwellings $224.700; 16 engaging in the operation of a will make the necessary generous and friendly! I
another part of his property mobile homes, $105,300; 24 secondhand business without changes.
vide the property into 23
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I Over $1,650 Auto Damage ReportedOver


{ $1,650 in automobile Saturday Starke police re done to the windshield of Make Life I

image and over $400 in ported. Ropel's car. No injuries were
|roperty damage was Mary Bronson of Ocala did reported. \
erred this week due to over $150 in damage to her Another windshield was with a savings
attic accidents, local law 1976 Triumph and over $100 in damaged on Tuesday ,
nforcement officials damage to the handrail. afternoon three miles north of 5,1956)I
home
'oorted. Lawtey on Sit 200 the Florida or a
[Florida Highway Patrol replied Over $200 In damage was Highway/ Patrol reported.
a Starke man hitting a done to a Starke woman's car Wilbur Leon Waters. 28, of Guaranty
pole on Underhill Road Friday night when a horse ran Starke "damaged a hawk"
esday night causing$600 in Into her catch and collided when it flew into the path of
mage to his automobile and with the car, the Florida Highway his vehicle and collided with STATEMENT OF CONDITION AS

km() in damage to the light Patrol reported. his windshield., (Opened for Business July ) .
T
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ble. Gladys Aaron Hill, 52, of
[Fred Woodrow Stewart, 23. Starke was south on SR 200 Starke police report a ASSETS UABILITIES AND NET WORTH I
I Starke was driving on when the mishap occurred. Starke woman charged with
Inderhill. Road about 200 feet Saturday evening, a tractor careless driving when she Mortgage Loans and Other Savings Accounts: .." .. S93,114.442.20
nth of SR S-233 when he trailer was passing a car on struck another car stopped at tenon Real Estate' . $S89.230.t12:
a When heI't SR 8 I 11-10)) when apparently a a red light. All Other Lo.na.T....., .. 1069901.37 Advances from Federal Home 1
opped cigarette.
Real Estate Owned and Loan Bank.. ... .. .. ... 4,760.00000
\t to pick it up, the left front rock was thrown from his tire Mattie Jane Morgan, 60, of In Judgement.... ... .. ... .. 305,874.92! "
of the car caught the soft striking another vehicle's Starke was the individual Reel Estate' Sold on Other Borrowed Money.. .., ., .. .. 1,999.49782 r
ilders of the roadway re- windshield and breaking it, charged when she collided Contract lot Deed........ .. .. ..... NONE Loans Process.. ... .. .. .. .. .. .... 2,928,278! A professional
biting in his car colliding the Florida Highway Patrol with a vehicle driven by Sara Cash aNandandInBanks..588.02510 Other Liabilities\ ... ..:*.. ., .. .. .. .... .. 867.29361
lith. Stewart Odell Collins, 68, Sarasota '.I".II.Sacufitlea......',. .. 10.S13.846.40 Specific Reserves........ .... ...... ..129.749.31 .
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giving when she struck the Patrick M. Ropel, 22, of Morgan's 1970 Olds and an TOTAL ASSETS 1108,807.430 TOTAL NET WORTH LIABILITIES AND $106.807.43003 88 color' 'Hkurnutuls.
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\ 5 Vie For 3 Council Seats, 2 Vie For Mayoral Position In Sept. 13 Hampton City Election

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A a -- Tuesday was an eventful The deadline for registering to
fV ii day for Hampton, as the city vote in the Sept. 13 election is
I closed qualifying for the five July 29Council.
open posts and set their members have A
1 y'slfls. budget for the 1977-78 fiscal upped their budget by almost Ir,
,y I a $2,000 in its second reading as
Y year.When qualifying ended at the budget climbed from

noon, there were two candidates $33.767 to $3 ,.295.A .
for mayor Gordon P good deal of small adjust i t wA
Wadsworth Jr.. a Hampton ments were made in the
c. retiree and William U. budget, but one large increase
Summers who was once a was made that being in the
council member and who calls marshal's salary.
himself an "old Hamptonite" The marshal's salary was

returning to the city after'a; increased from $2,400 a yearto J / (
'fi'r thirty year absence.. $6,000 a year. This figure is k'
w not definite yet as the whole .qt %t / 5r
fh, Throwing their hats into the budget must be submitted to i I d.
i- ring for the three council seats the council for approval 1 6'tr
I.ONE MARSHAL open are incumbents A.C. Only two council memberswere 1 J I
CANDIDATE Dennyson and Hank Lot present at the meeting 1 +
The lone candidate for Donald W. Helle 40, a bookkeeper John Allen and Dennyson and t4 1 7h b M 1 1I
!Marshal Marshal and newcomer to the both expressed their approvalof
TilE TWO MAYORALCANDIDATES HAMPTON Steve Varnum present who qualified political arena Ernest Green, the raise. The two mayoral
I The two mayoral candidates! for the Hampton election are two minutes before the deadline who was mayor once and Roy candidates, Helle and Roark I I'fi

from left: Gordon P. Wadsworth. Jr.. and William II. Summers. Tuesday July 28.: Roark.At approximately 11:58: also the expressed increases.their approvalof t j 6 I t n,,. ,w

a.m., two minutes before The increase would be
II Starke Girls Third In Tourneyscore qualifying was scheduled to. implemented due to the
close Marshal Steve Varnum amount of time and work that
came in to qualify for another must be put Into the job of *
Starke Girls took third placeout was tied 7-7 with Muse Julie Griffis and Beth term of office. ,marshal.
of five teams In a Round Hastings only bringing In one Francis each with three 's
Robin Tournament held in St run in their chance at the singles. Patrese Tankard
Augustine Thursday July 21 plate. went"with, a double and a triple Cheering Clinic Set August 15The ---------
Starke girls had a 2-2 record and Terri Powell and Debbie
for the tournament with one Starke girls Julie Griffis Ratliff both went with two annual cheerleaderclinic The varsity cheerleadersuse
win coming from tile Flagler and Terri) Powell both made it singles! for youngsters in grades funds derived from this THREE OF THE FIVE COUNCIL CANDIDATESThree
team which forfeited due to to base on u fielder's choice The Starke girls had two kindergarten through six and clinic to purchase uniforms. of the five candidate In the ring for the Hampton City Council are from left: Roy Roa rk.
lack of players. and came home on a double by losses; one coming at the sponsored each summer by Fee is $1.25 per day per Donald W. Helle and A.C. Dennyson. The two candidates miming from the picture are Ernest
Starke's second win was Tina Ratliff giving them a hands of St. Augustine where child. The clinic will be held in Green and Hank Lott. There are three teats open In the Sept. 13 election
: against Hastings,9, with the one run lead and ending the they lost 16-1 and the other at the Bradford High varsity the Bradford High gymnasium
I Starke girls winning the gamein game. the hands of the Pernandma cheerleaders is set this August .
the last Inning. The girls did some fine team 18-3, who took first 1-5 from 9 a.m. until noon each. For more information Two Ohio Men Surprised During BurglaryTwo
At the top of the seventh the hitting in this game with Lori place in the tournament. day phone 964-7841.

Ohio men were filed regarding it. They occurred during/
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Emergency Loans Available For Farmers Hurt In DroughtFarmers surprised at a Zippy Mart November I97(;, January l'\ 77.
near Hampton before dawn This is not the first time that !March 1977 und April 1977:
in need of emergency supplies John U Carver Jr.. farmers are unable to pay for assistance.The AdministrationThose Monday by a deputy sheriff this particular Zippy \Mart\ has Some of these have been
loans due to drought acting State Director merchandise goods or services interest rate is 6 and communities who arrested them and experienced trouble On Sept solved
have various opportunitiesopen announced Tuesday and-or carry Inventories five-eighths percent. Applica-- suffering diminishing water charged the pair with 11, 1975 two men were
to them now. among Purpose of Economic Injury until the next crop as tions will be accepted until supplies caused by droughtmay possessing{ burglary; tools.. murdered during a robbery 4 Starke Drivers
them being loans from the Disaster Loans is to permit well as for other related purposes Sept. 30.For apply at f'mHA county The two men. Harry Delano there. The victims were Glen
Farmers Home Administration small businesses and farmersto attributable to the information and office at 425 Orange Ave. Downs 20, and Michael Lundgren. 19, and Keith Win At Luke CityFour
and the Small Business meet obligations which disaster. applications contact the (Bank of Green Cove Springs) James Bogle 18, both of Kirchdine 16.Additional.
Administration. could have been met had Loans may be made to Small Business Adminstra- before close of business Sept. Toledo Ohio and Miami were
farmers not suffered crop farmers for working capital lion, 400 West Bay Street 30. placed in the Bradford county robberies Starke men took their
Economic Injury Disaster losses as a result of drought purposes and to meet current Jacksonville Fla., 32202. The money may be used for jail after Deputy John occurring at the Zippy Mart places among the \\ winners at
Loans are available for small conditions. obligations which could have phone 9047913783. correcting almost any Dempsey caught them with a were in January 1976. August Columbia County Speedway
businesses as a result of Applicants must have been met had not the crop Cities towns water and drought-related communitywater fireax at the closed 1976 and September 1976 Saturday night, July 23.
damage sustained by farmers sustained substantial been lost and a reasonable sewer districts and non-profit system inadequacy convenience store at the inter- In the Hobby first heat. Joe
and farmers suffering substantial economic injury and furnish amount to meet obligationsuntil water associations with a well drilling or other well section of US 301 and SR 18. The murder was never Wilson took second place. In
economic injury in the evidence as to the extent of the end of the next crop population of 10,000 or less improvements tapping new Bond was set at $1.000 each by solved but all the robberies the Hobby Feature race.
counties of Bradford Union such injury.. Injury may be year.Personal. located in Bradford County sources of water, construction Bradford County Judge Elzie were Goober Carver of Starke took
Flagler. Putnam and St. indicated by a larger than and.or business that suffered from drought enlargements and Sanders during a rights third. Joe Wilson. Starke took
Johns as a result of drought normal volume of receivables assets must be used by the causing diminishing water extensions of facilities all of hearing Monday. In addition several I fourth and Carl Griffis of
conditions the Small Business lower sales volume slow applicant to the greatest supply may be eligible to these and others are included. A Florida Times-Union burglaries have occurred at Starke took fifth.
Administration! announcedthis inventory turnover extent feasible without qualify for loans and grantsfor Applications for loans and newpaper dispenser at the the Zippy Mart within the past Racing continues this
week development of delinquenciesin causing undue hardship to water supply assistance grants will be acted on store had been chopped open, two years said a Sheriff's Saturday with a double point
trade payables, and overcome economic injury. In through the Farmers Home promptly. but charges have not been spokesman. championship race at 8 p.m.
Farmers Home Administration delinquent mortgage payments addition private credit to the
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also available for communities Loans may be made for reasonable rates and terms
suffering from drought working capital purposes to must be used prior to
causing diminishing water small businesses because obtaining economic injury JUNK


I. Krooker Council Takes Look At Budget _


2 Brooker coundU members' $21,000 from revenue sharing Pierce directed all the city
met Tuesday July 26 for a according to state projections. departments to submit budget OR
first look'at the'budget and requests and for city clerk
determined they needed more Last year's millage of 3.072 Eva Clark to get in touch with
information from each of the raised $3,121 in ad valorem Farnsworth for assistance in
city departments and assistance taxes for Brooker. Certification preparing the budget.
from city accountantPat of millage from property The next regular meeting of
Farnsworth to preparethe appraiser Jimmy Alvarez put the council is August 9, at 7:30:
1V78! spending bill. this year's millage at 296! pm BARGAIN
I which would bring in about the
Council members spent same amount as last year's

about an hour and a half in millage. The Chinese! believe that agoil _
budget discussion and learnedthe lives in a jade palacein Fri A Stl. July 291k A 301k, 1977 f _
town should receive about Acting mayor George O. the constellation of Ursa
Major!

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Fellowship Angels Take Church League Season ChampionshipPlayoffs



Church' League for the Women's Blue, taking the game 10-8, ball game In r this battle, with ralleylng for the team was with three singles apiece. maintaining the tie. game each for First Baptist for the game;The Angels only
night as the ended Friday after it went into extra innings First Baptist taking the game Adrian Barry with three Both teams were keeping The seventh inning was the Blue and the Fellowship had six hits for the game
Angels won the Fellowship due to an 8-8 tie. over the Fellowship Angels 22- singles and a double and scorekeeper busy, with al last and deciding one with Angels, the two teams were getting to base mostly on
off after season play. The Fellowship Angels had 19 Debra Alvarez with two most four runs scored in each First Baptist Blue picking up forced into a third game to walks.
In this taking best the second taken one game out of the two Both teams did some Impressive singles and two doubles. Inning by each team. three runs in the top of the break the tie with the Angels Tracy George was leading
game three play. two out of necessary when they went Into hitting, though, with inning. The Fellowship)) Angels coming out ahead and takingthe the attack again for First
their second battle with First 23 hits for the Blue's and 18 for Leading the hitting attackfor First Baptist Blue kept the got three consecutive outs in tournament. Baptist Blue with a perfect 3-
Baptist Blue Friday night.B. the Angels.Leading the Angels was Wanda lead in the game, until the their turn at bat, ending the for-3 getting a double and two
The first game of the play. the hitting attack Bishop with a double and two fifth inning, where the score game. First Baptist Blue just singles for the game. June
tiffs was last Monday night Blue 22-Angels 19 for the Blues was Tracy singles and following not too became tied, 1717.In couldn't hit them the way they Norman and Adrian Barry
first half season when the The scores looked more like George, with a S-for-6 getting far behind was Clairnell the sixth, both teams Angels 11B. Blue 4 were hitting them In the first both had a double and a single
Angels faced First Baptist those qne might find in a foot- four singles and a double. Also Branham and Jan McRae picked up two additional runs, With the score tied one game, getting only nine hits and Paula Sapp went with two

singles.For .
I Green Machine Advances To State Competition In Jenson Beach Aug. 6-8 a 2-for-2 the Angels with a Dora double Triesthad and

single. Clairnell Branham hada
Boasting a 4-1 record during left-centerfielder, recorded a Melbourne. Veteran Softballfans cluding Jerry's Catering of the Green Machine has won years"ago and was sponsoredby The top two teams In the triple Jan McRae went witha
the open class district slow- .667 batting average for the will remember Senne Miami and Buddy's of Talla two other tournaments this Garden Restaurant. Then state tournament will advanceto double and Helen Hersey
pitch Softball)) tournament in five games. from the days when the team hassee. year the Hasty Green one year in Augusta they were the regionals. The top two went with a single for the
Merritt Island last weekend Kenneth Carlton hit .611 was perennial powerhouse Invitational and the July 4 nicknamed "The Machine" teams in the region, which Includes game.
the Green Machine now headsto with three home runs and 10 Satellite Beach Longhorns.The Hatcher said the team Firecracker Invitational in because of their professional Florida and Alabama
the state tourney in Jenson runs batted in. Coach Harry would get together two or Cocoa. The team finished style of play. Since the playerswore will play in the natlonai
Beach the weekend of August Hatcher III said that the team tournament wins give three times for practices and second out of 60 teams in an green uniforms the tournament in Palma Ohio. YANKEE INGENUITY: The
6-8. played all its games on a field the Green Machine a season exhibition games before they invitational tourney held in name became the Green first patent granted sn Amer-
with the wind blowing in, record of 4521. travel to Jenson Beach next Savannah, Ga., last month. Machine. The Green Machine finished Icon invention was for a
Randall)) Symonds led the making power hitting next to The road ahead is a tough weekend. Their next practiceis First place went to Ray's The team has been fifth in the nation last scytha-grinding machine In
team in hits during the impossible. one, said Hatcher as the state scheduled for Thursday at Metal Works of Waldo. sponsored by Pine Air Farmsof while Warren yeari MauachuMttt in 1645.
tournament play. Symonds, Second in the tournamentwas tournament will include Westside Park.In According to Hatcher, the Lake Butler for the past five Jacksonville won the
who is the leadoff batter and Senne Lumber of several powerful teams in- addition to the district.Nationals team was formed "12 or 15 years. championship.


I Starke Misfits On Their Way To Class B State Tournament In West Palm Beach FLDRIDRTHEATRE


STARKE 884..II45t
Starke's Misfits who won Beach this weekend to play in where all the players must where players may live any. encountered better teams in State championship is the Telegraph Florida Bank at
the District Class B slow pitch the first Class B state tourna- live in one county and also where. their play this year which is highest honor available for a Starke, Teal Tile and Carpet. FRI.! thru TUE.
I softball tournament in ment ever held. play city league ball; Class A, The Misfits won their sub-- their second year of existence. Class B team, and a team Sonny's Barbecue, Branding
DeLand two weekends ago There are three top classes where all players must live in district last year as a Class A The Misfits' first game in won't be allowed to defend its Iron, Starke Paint Center,
will travel to West Palm for men's Softball Class B, one county and open class, .team and finished fifth in their the state tourney will be at title the rules say that the Laws Tavern, Wishbone Fried
.. district. 10:15: a.m. Saturday, July 30. state champ must either play Chicken, Williams Jewelry,
Lloyd Gilpin estimated their As of Tuesday night, they still Class A or open class next and Hurst Wrecker Service.
record this year to be around did not know who their first year.

40-12,which he said was above opponent would be or even The Misfits are sponsoredby I'
tJWLiJ average for a Softball team. what other teams would play several Starke merchants. A/70W your'Carpeting'
L He said the Misfits have in the tournament. They are: Bradford County


3rd, Americans 6th


In OP DYB All-Star TournamentGainesville

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Starke teams picked up West 6-2 and the when National's Kenny Davis
third and sixth place in the Americans lost their game to took the plate and came out
Dixie Youth Boys All-Stars the Bel Med Americans 123. with a home run. That was all
Tournament held July 16-22 in Wednesday's play was not the scoring the Nationals did STARKE X14-T484
Orange Park. very profitable for the Ameri- for that inning. KITCHEN CARPETS
Eight teams participated in cans, losing their second When the Bel Med's got Don't forget the FRI & SAT
the event, in which the Starke game in-the tournament to the their turn at bat, they kitchen when redecorating -
National All-Stars took third Bel Med Nationals, 74. managed to get one man on your home. CarpetIs M suckiMt t4lOXf
place and the Starke Ameri- base and their next hitter the "In thing" for WIMMlPLUS.
can All-Stars took sixth place.In On Thursday the Nationalscame whacked In a homer, endingthe kitchens since the advent -
.1 very close to their game 2-1 for the Bel of MW synthetic
Saturday's play, the Na- second win but lost it in the Med's. fibers which are highly
tionals defeated union County seventh inning after the game soil and stain resistant.
7-1 and the Americans defeated went into extra innings at the The last game for the Starke Most all manufacturersmake
S 4r y, Middleburg 10-9. end of the sixth.The score was Nationals was Friday, July 22, at lust one style I A 1 .e1 arO la.-r lTU.r' ,i/I
44 In Tuesday's play, the Na- tied 0-0 between the Nationalsand where they lost to the Bel Med which Is designed for
4. / 71! war tionals took their game over' the Bel Med Americans Nationals 52. kitchens. *

L .. These carpets are "Trinity Is Stl
Football Players Get Safety Tips lightly tufted and will
STARKE MISFITS HEAD FOR TOURNAMENTThe resist liquids. Thus. My Name"
Starke Misfits are preparing to head for West Palm Beach this weekend. July 29-31, to spilled liquids simply
participate In the Men's Class "B" State Tournament. From American Medical AssociationFootball rest upon the carpet
Last weeks picture of the Misfits was one which omitted new members and left on members no Proper conditioning prior to until wiped away. Maintenance SUN. MON. TUE.
longer with the team. The Telegraph regrets the error and wishes to show the correct Misfits. season is coming'' The AMA suggests a the game is also recommended of these soil

They are: upon us again, with the thorough medical examination as the condi- resistant carpets very He doesn't mad
First row Second Row: Randall Thomas, Steve Cox David Bennett, Ralph Gilpln Lloyd Cilpin. Donald August 15, and the American playing the game to insure and increase resistance to ilstont stains, a foam He
Wheeler. Claude Hardee and Donny Bagwell. .. Medical Association vhas .a that there is no physical fatigue, thus helping to cleaner can be applied. gets even. '
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health tip for those ready to l condition that should be noted prevent injury.. The AMA Carpets are
play and those already in- before beginning the vigorous suggests at least three weeksof specifically designed
1 Fish have been seen at ocean volved in their own warmup training and hard knocks of prior training.A for every room of the THEFARMER
C.JonesFuneral of almost 7 miles.
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DeWitt depths the
exercises. game. lot of "goods" were also home. We have a complete
recommended by the AMA. line. Allow us to
list included: good advise you on the) selection -
HomeDeWITT Race Is Tightening Up For Top Three SpotsIn The coaching, good officiating of the right floor

good equipment and facilities, covering.

N. Central Florida Junior PGA Golf Tour good first aid procedures and T.al Tiles fr [RIca ...PLUS."HUSTLER".
BENTON FUTCH medical care with a physician
C. JONES -
available during practice Carpet
With only two weeks remaining the front nine, Brown began 36-71 for his fourth win and 84 drills and on the bench during .
HAROLD .A. JOHNSON on the North Central burning the back and was four points.Bobby. 994-7423 Starke Fla.
Florida Junior PGA golf tour, under as he came down the Mauldin of Palatka games.
STARKE KEYSTONE the race for the top three spotsin final fairway. A double bogey and Stewart Menzies of
each division is beginning to ended his hot streak and he Gainesville tied for second. "t'J8:'
964.6200 473.3176 tighten up. had to settle for second. His Mauldin stroked 40-33-75 and ear (SUM) .MI.. PUBLISHER'S COPY flute..nkflo. C _

rounds over the par 70 course Menzies carded 393675. Mark Consolidated R.porl of Condition of" CocmunUy.State..Bank of..Starke .. ..
RENTALS In Monday's competition at were 39-32-71. Blakewood of Palatka is pre.
Palatka Golf and Country sently holding second spot in of Starke In tht State of Florida andslomatltaubIdlariaAila.daeotbuInoaon .
-Wheelchairs Club David Brown of Billy Tuten of Palatka this group with 80 points.
Beds
Hospital Keystone Heights missed grabbed his third win in this Keith Kirker of Green Cove June .30, ., It .27.

tying for a first place win in division with a 373370. He Springs shot 38-38-76 for a ....
& Crutches the 14-15 age group by Just one now has 83 points out of a third place win. BALANCE SHEET ASSETS x !tsn! is!. M. T
i stroke. After stroking 39 on In the 10-11 age group I. can ..d d.. horn I.nkr C 7 -, 001. ia
possible 84. Bankhardt of Palatka U. T.....'" ...,.,..1''.. 1 1 I < 2I
Kenny Obiyalrona o'oth.. U..Govo.n..... ...neo..and drpoMen1 2 I iisflt I
stroked for nine holes and
Three Juniors tied for third 52 4
S I II.
4. Obbgall.ns or Sta. and po"I'C"' sdlalwln
worth 19 points. Richard now has three wins and one olha bond. no'." and d.batunr I 4 I N .n. II.
Gaines of Starke stroked 42-40- second for 83 points. Julian Capon" ,taw .. N n a
82; Ed Colgate d Gainesville Mclnms of Palatka came in 7. Tndm/.ant.cunt,' None ra
TERWILLEGAR R carded 45-37-82. and Mike with a 57 for a second and ,,,...,funds sold Ind_."'0"a"hMOd undo..,..m.n,.la....II D 4 ''lUU SS
McCranie of Lake City had 43- Scott McCall of Palatka was .. Lunt. Total (..cl.d...darned''ncoma) A 10 4 1041 ,.
39-82. third with 76. b.. Loan.L... R.N...", to.......... loon I....S. 50C. QQ, If.

,.... --u 10
10 Olr.t Nnancrn
I In the 12-13 division, Steve Sean Pacetti of Palatka II. Sank ...m''.... f..n.o'and haum. and otha .....npnanbn/. bank pr.aa. 7\ 11I2 .
Greek of Keystone added his carded 45 in the nine and Real, alai. o..n.. 0,"...h.n bank ,........ NJ11.! 12IS
MOTORS third win on the tour. Greek under group for his fourth win 'n..man.' In ancord.ldnd ..b...,... and .......... com..n_ NQ/1e. I.
........ ...... ... 8414is
was only two over after eight on the tours David Metz of 14 C. bsbit." w thIS bank on ou..nd.n.
holes but suffered a triple Palatka was second with 101. oth,awl a 7 7 554 399 15I'
TOTAL ASSETS (Ian'or It.m I thru. III I.
nine and
number Julie
bogey on In girls competition, LIABILITIES ten ,It.m C.
964.7200 finished the 18 holes with a 41- Waldo of Gainesville shot 414182 17 Dem.nd d....,.adnMwl. ,.. ....,.,....... and carp.ral.n If A --Z..426-J 17
206 W. Madison 3677. to record her third win in ,Ia T.me and.nnp d0p0a. 01 Idnd.n. pananMpL and caporal.enl. r II 1+C 268.;. iSIS
the 16-17 group. Sharon Brown Dpo.t. 01 Umid. I..... Oonrnn.nt F 2 A+.+C I'
Randy Mauldin of Palatkais of Keystone totaled 5253105 20 D.poi,. 01 ".... and poI.f.c" .ubdmron. r I A+I+C lCz..J 20
Whlla.. Tkay Lilt currently the leader in thisgroup to secure first place in the 14- 21 De..oll 01 lur..."_mm.n'. and aem.l. mNatOnl" r 1 A+S+C. ---+'-NmJe. 21
with total of 82 points. 22 Depo....01 com..IO' bank r S+8 A+I+C ItQnt 22
\\t'l. I a 15 division. ...,.... r 7 A 12 6.423
2J Cd.hd and ohaki -
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,In Monday's competition The juniors will have a day <. a"
2a. !4
; '1. 24 TotAL DEPOSITS (wm o' d.mb 17 ItW UI)
received second with rounds off next Monday August 1, Tana d.m.nd d....., r e A g9U /
i ,,,. Of 453883. since a number of the young b. total hono and ...n..d....... r a 1+C i I Ifn.
in ... ....... on 2'
golfers will be competing a r.darr land. and w.unt.iwld' andagrwm.nt.l..paohaa I 4 .
\.11 A third place win went to junior invitational at West 2., Vtn kabld... t0, .b.rrawd nOnry -"nn. 2.
zV Stewart Waldo of Gainesville. End Golf Course in 27. M....... ....dnw V
k He carded 46-48-94 for the day. :18.: Acc.pt.n.......u....b.aa ad.aa 01 inn bank and ou..nd.n. Nnn 2SM.
Gainesville.On Otar ,....,..to.. H S 414 29JO
I August 8, the tour movesto 11
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TOTAL LIABILITIES' ( .clud. .abnMnad stn and d.bMlum)
Rick Shumaker of Gaines- Lake City Country Club and .o.dlnatd. no..and dlbd.luna u. II
ville has clinched the numberone the final day of competition is CAPITAL
spot in the 18-17 division.He set August 15 at Starke Golf EQUITY
stroked a one over par 35- and Country Club. 12 .......-Nora a No .n",..wtal.drq hfggH Ihrww.l, 12
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Pagel4 IKLEGKAPII July 2H. 1977 1I
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Legal -
Local 4-II'ers Leave For CongressEight i,
property and the names In I
Charlene Beam and Harold certificates shall be redeemed of said Court Nugent & Paul L Nugent, Jr. which it was assessed are as
4-H'ers from Brad- Waters, who will serve as and address is NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO according to law the property By: Marian McRae., as Deputy All of said property being in the follows. I
ford County left for the delegatesat large; and Stacey DUDLEY P. HARDY Esq. REGISTER described In .such certificate or clerk. County of Bradford State of Certificate No. 128
Florida 4-H Congress Monday, Hayes Jill Butch Pierce & Hardy P.A. FICTICIOUS NAME certificates will be sold to the 7/28 4tchg 8/18 Florida. Year of Issuance 1975
Hayes,
\1 July 25th, to participate in a Section 1 LOT105'Ef2WBy5212'NftSIN
Faulkner and Gene Jovner P.O. Drawer 1C30 Pursuant to 866.09 highest bidder at the courthousedoor Unless such certificate or Description of Property
.kk week of demonstrations and who the Meats Starke, Florida, 32091 Florida Statutes notice Is hereby on the 17th of August, NOTICE OF certificates shall be redeemed /
judging events at the Judging compose Team. and file the original with the given that the undersignedMr. 1977. SHERIFF'S SALE according: to law the property NW COR OF SE1/4 OF SE1/4
University of Florida. The 4-H'ers will return clerk of the above styled courton and Mrs. J.E. MHIIgan 1012 described In such certificate or OF SE 1/4 SEC 19, Twp 7- S,.
Those 4-H'ers participatingare home Friday, July 29th. or before August 26th, 1977; Butler Road Starke, Florida GILBERT S. BROWN Notice I Is hereby given that I I. certificates will be sold to the R-22.
: Tammy Baldree, Food otherwise a judgement may be 32091, doing business under the By: Beulah M. Moody Dolph E. Reddish as Sheriff of highest bidder at the courthousedoor Name In which assessed LG.
and Nutrition Demonstrator; entered against you for the relief firm name of "MINI-GOLF Clerk of Orcult Court of Brad- Bradford County Florida haveIn on the 17th of August, Johns..
Pat Buchholtz, Public demanded In the complaint or COURSE" 2000 N. Temple ford County Florida my possession the following 1977. All of said property being In the
Speaking Demonstrator; Legal petition. Avenue Starke Bradford 7/144tchg 8/4 described property: Dated this 23rd day of June, County of Bradford State of
WITNESS my hand and the County Florida 32091. Intends 1977. Florida.
-------- seal of said Court on July 26, to register said fictitious name Manufacturer, Raleigh; Model, GILBERT S. BROWNBY Unless such certificate or
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 1977. under the provisions of aforesaid IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Record; Color blue; Type Girls Beulah M. Moody certificates shall be redeemed 1
Martin TrainsIn EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF GILBERT S. BROWN As Clerkof statute. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 10 Speed; Serial No.,, 36493. Clerk of Circuit Court of according to law the property
Puerto Rico FLORIDA IN AND said Court Mr. and Mrs. J.E Milllgan FLORIDA IN AND FOR Manufacturer Ross; Model BRADFORD County Florida described in such certificate or
Sergeant James W. Martin, FOR BRADFORD COUNTY By: Marian McRae. As Deputy owners. BRADFORD COUNTY Grand Prix; Color, Lavender; 7/144tchg 84NOTICE certificates will be sold to the
son of Mrs. Sidney B. Martin, Clerk Dated this 28th day of July Type Boys 10 Speed; Serial highest bidder at the courthouse
Lawtey, recently returned to CIVIL ACTION 7/28 4tch 8/18 A.D. 1977 at Starke. Florida. CIVIL ACTION No., 905779.Manufactuer,' door on the 17th of1'
Ft. Campbell, Ky., from CASE NO. 77-324 7/28 4tcht 8/18 CASE NO.77-319 Stalger; Model OF INTENTIONTO August 1977.
Puerto RIco. He and other Commodore; Color White; REGISTER Dated this 23rd Day of June,
members of the 101st Airborne CHARLES LLOYD ALLEN,
In re: The Marriage of REMER Type Boys 10 Speed; Serial FICTITIOUS NAME 1977
Division served in support of CREWS husband and MAMIE husband No., none..Manufacturer.. Pursuant to Section 865.09 GILBERT S. BROWNBy
training for the Puerto Rico LEE CREWS wife.NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the NOTICE OFAPPLICATION vs Lemans; Model/, Florida Statutes, notice Is here- Beulah M Moody
Army National Gaurd. OF SUIT Bradford County Planning and FOR MARY E. ALLEN Wife. Sport; Color, Green; Type Boys by given that the undersigned Clerk of Circuit Court of
The training included NO PROPERTYTO Zoning Board, the designatedLocal TAX DEED 10 Speed; Serial No., 849811. Bobby W. Crisp and Elizabeth S. BRADFORD County, Florida.
weapons qualification, : MAMIE LEE CREWS Planning Agency for Brad- NOTICE OF SUIT Manufacturer Schwinn; Model/, Roberts. P.O. Box 245 7/14 4tchg 84NOTICE /
NOTICE IS HEREBY
communications and artillery (Address Unknown) ford County and the NO PROPERTYTO Varsity; Color White; Type Hampton, Florida 32044 doing
survey. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Municipalities of Brooker, GIVEN that Harrington Boys 10 Speed; Serial No., business under the firm name o1 INTENTIONTO
Sgt. Martin entered the action for dissolution of Hampton and Lawtey, will hold Chandler the holder of the : Mary E. Allen none. "FRIENDLY SHELL STOP,' OF
an
Army in 1972 and is a squad marriage has been filed againstyou public hearings on the 9th and following certificates has filed YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Hwy 301 North Lawtey. REGISTER
leader with the division.His and are required to 23rd days of August 1977 at said certificates for a tax deed to an action for Dissolution of The above described propertywill Bradford County Florida. FICTITIOUS NAME 866.09
wife, Eifianga, is with serve a you of your written 7:30: p.m.. in the County be issued thereon. The certificate Marriage has been filed against be sold at 12:00: o'clock on 32058, intends to register said Pursuant to Section is hereby
him at the fort. defenses,copy if any to it, on the Commission Chambers County numbers and years of you Mary E. Allen, and you are Monday, 1st day of August fictitious name under the pro- Florida Statutes notice
that the undersigned
plaintiffs attorney, whose name Courthouse, Starke Florida. issuance, the description of the required to serve a copy of/ your 1977, place of said sale being visions of aforesaid statute. given KOA
The purpose of the hearings Is to property, and the names in written defenses if any to it, on Bradford County Jail at corner Bobby W.:Crisp and Elizabeth Walter& Dianne Westcott
-------------- -----------, comment the assessed are as the whose Campground, P.O. Box 173
------ receive public on which it was plaintiff's attorney of Pratt and Broadway Streets S. Roberts, owners
I proposed Land Use Plan ele- follows. name and address(is DUDLEY P. Starke, Florida. Dated this 13th day of Jury Starke Florida 32091 doing
MIKE MITCHELL ments covering the unincor- Certificate No. 112 HARDY, P.O. Drawer 1030 A.D. 1977 at Starke Florida. business under the firm name of"
FARMS,
I porated area of Bradford Countyand Year of Issuance 1975 Starke Florida 32091 and file This sale being held in compliance 7/21/ 4tpd 8/11 "HAPPY HOE Rd.
the incorporated areas of Description of Property COM the original with the clerk of the to Florida Statute Chapters Crawford & Starling
VAR HEYL LINCOLN MERCURY INC. J JI Brooker, Hampton and Lawtey. AT SE COR OF NW 1/4/ OF SE above styled court on or before 50 and 70S to-wit: seized or Starke. Bradford intends County,
I Copies of the proposed plans 1/4/ & RUN W 2801 FOR A POB, August 25, 1977: otherwise a abandoned property. NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Florida, 32091, to
I 2201 N. Main St. Gainesville Fla. may be viewed at the Zoning THEN RUN N 105', W 210 S judgement may be entered Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff FOR register said fictitious name

lof.lO'jU! Department Bradford County .105'. E 210' TO POB SEC: 32 against you for the relief Bradford County, Florida TAX DEED under the provisions of aforesaid
372.4251 H 372.4251 Courthouse in Starke and at the Twp 6-S, R-22. demanded in the complaint or 71212tchg 7/29 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN statute.
Ml HI.M'H I ( ] :! Town Halls of Brooker Name in which assessed Clifford petition. that W.R. Alderman the holderof Walter & Dianne Westcott
Hampton and Lawtey. Both Chandler. the following certificates has owners.
written and oral comments are All of said property being in WITNESS my hand and the NOTICE OFAPPLICATION filed said certificates for a tax Dated this seventh day of
"More Cars For More People welcome. the County of Bradford State of seal of said Court on July 22, FOR deed to be issued thereon. The July A.D. 1977 at Starke
3tchg 7/21 8/4, 8/18 Florida 1977. TAX DEED certificate numbers and years of Florida.
I Than Anyone Else" TI I Unless such certificate or GILBERT S. BROWN As Clerk NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN issuance, the description of the 7/14 4tpd 7/28
------------- --------------------- that H.V. Saxon the holder of property and the names in
the following certificates has which it was assessed are as
filed said certificates for a tax follows. NOTICE DFAPPLICATION
"'. .Iwt_ t EJaGLE On sale Thursday, deed to be issued thereon. The Certificate No. 29 FOR

mta.e0Y""am AI uw' [i.rlfIII! Friday! and Saturday! certificate numbers and years of Year of Issuance 1975 TAX DEED

W. wwly7 IIWI urriia lUll. issuance, the description of the Description of Property THAT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pike' property and the names in which PORTION OF LOT 33 IN that M. F. Wiggins the holder of
lAMtLV DISCOUNT STORES it was assessed are as follows: WOODLAWN WHICH LIES N the following certificates has
No. 78 filed said certificates for a tax
Certificate

Year Description of Issuance of Property 1975 LOT 23 OR OF SEC HWY 114: 16,P Twp-5-S BEING g 143 4-A 3-29-73 R-22.M/L, OCD 100. deed certificate to be numbers issued thereon.and years The of

OF BLK 2 IN GAHAGAN SID issuance, the description of the
Name in which
dollar day $ate! SEC 21, Twp-6-S, R-22. McConnelAll assessed Mealy property, and the names in

Name CohenAll in which assessed Hamp County of said of property Bradford being State in the of which follows.it was assessed are as

of said property being In the Florida. Certificate No. 9
County of Bradford State of Unless such certificate or Year of Issuance 1975
Florida. certificates will be sold to the Description of Property LOT 3
dollar's worth ana more at Eagle SUnless such certificate or cer highest bidder at the courthousedoor OF BLK 8 IN TOWN OF NEW

v S .. tificates shall be redeemed on the 17th of August RIVER SEC: 24 Twp 6-S, R20.
1 according to law the property 1977. Name in which assessed
SAVE r::1 I A SAVC2S% described in certificate or certi uated this 21st day of June, GRAND UNITED ORDER OF
'" OT. 10W-30 ACHROME' ''KWIKKOVER'. g. ficates will be sold to the highest 1977 ODD FELLOWSAll
HEAVY DUTY FORKS ORSPOONS SELF-STICK : : bidder at the court house dooron GILBERT S. BROWN,. CLERK of said property being in the
L1 MOTE 1 OIL r VINYL 1S" ::; the 17th of August 1977 By Beulah M. Moody Countyof BRADFORD, State of
I Dated this 23rd of June, Florida.
day Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad

\ 2 $1 6 R$1 : ._ 31.$1 J 1977. ford County Florida Unless such shall certificate be redeemed or certificates -

WAS : j WASt/tTMl uL::: WAS Sits; P.KNVES..311.00 } I 7/144tchg 8/4 according to law the property
-'" J
: .J /'' .'' r v Y I GILBERT S. BROWNBy described In such certificate or
I"" I : Beulah M. Moody. NOTICE OFAPPLICATION certificates will be sold to the
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: ; /' \ : I l Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford FOR highest bidder at the courthouse
SAVE 1% VALUE PLUS! (11 f; ::1SAVE"\ % ., SAVE 10" SA VE24" 5AVE1.88/ County. Florida TAX DEED door on the 17th of August

f 1 GALLON f( 2-: ASSORTED ROUND HOPSACK CASUALS MEN'S KNIT SLACKS 7/14/ 4tchg 8/4 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 1977.
WINDSHIELD 4'ft" CERAMIC r ;. PLASTIC that H.V. Saxon the holder of Dated this 7th day of July 1977
.
"" WAS WAS
WASHER ASHTRAYS / ,) ASHTRAY / 3 .00 '7w.; 6800 the following certificates, has GILBERT S. BROWNBy
'COLORFUL NOTICE OFAPPLICATION filed said certificates for B tax Beulah M. Moody
I Llghtw.lght eonttnicHon/ In Tdtorad polyMtM''nl'In''''''' '
$1 ( $12&$1\S _oftod colon.M.n'.7-12. Of plaid.m.n's 2-42. FOR deed to be issued thereon. The Clerk of Circuit. Court of
.
\ .. TAX DEED certificate numbers and years of Bradford County Florida
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wAe t44: DISC.PI ICE wa.2I':18: I : -n.
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1\1'- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, issuance, the description of the 7/14/ 4tchg 8/4
'1 i that H.V. Saxon the holder of
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YALUEPLUSI' .-- SAVE 11% + t.4 I i\ VALUE PLU"'I" ".:! VALUE PLUSI? ".r...:t -q : I ilI filed said certificates for a tax
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RETRACTABLEQ "KUTZIT" TWIN/FULL .. deed to be issued thereon. The
REEL TYPE I" "-.wit 1 PT. PAINT 1 .-a MATTRESS SALAD certificate numbers and years of Good Used Surplus Restaurant EquipmentOf

__ ,... KEY CHAIN liv"" REMOVER COVERS BOWLS ...... )} ; .. issuance the description of the Us
a't : ; ,.mr>,..rtv. and the names in Most Kinds Contact
$1 -A i.r.
$1 $1 4 $1 .;?
which it was assessed are as
\ DIIC.I'tIICI/ WAStL DISC.PIIICIP ; DISC.PRICI i+!: follows. And Oh Yes We Have The

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I July 2M.) 1977 TKI.KdKAI'll: : I'ugr IS

V.A. Payment
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Total '295,860 ( % ..,* 7h7KNrwn.l6lay S S S kfl.SIIII. S F.


In BradfordPayments :: .

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Count ians through the I

Division of Veterans Affairsfor r I II .. ..

the fiscal year ending June HELP WANTED I S. . .5

30. 1977 totaled $295.860 a-

according to information ATTENTION: : PARTY PINTO' STATION WAGON': : FURNISHED APT .I BR. BY OWNER) 3 BR home 2 COZY CAMPER Sleepslive FOR

received by William. S. Haas. PLAN Manager & Demon With A/C. Largo motor. diet A/C .1..., baa I,... bathe, CH/A hardwood has stove, icebox and SALE and mobile homo

County Service Officer. slratore needed In thin ..nl! b....... low mileage, 11900 Champion Apt.. Phone 964- 1100... landscaped. ,srd sink. Can be seen alter 6 and .arta supplies.HOME OLIN'SMOBILE

Haas said the total received Over 401)) last-selling Item. Phone 964-5390. 428 N. 7285 or 473-3096 for appt. Phone 984'5667.ltchg 7/28 on weekends. Phone 964- 100 SALES. .
about $ Beat HoHtrim Awards No Itpd 728NICELY - -- - Highway West. Starke, ::; -- '\:
here was up O.OOO over Walnut Itpd 7/28 7737. Itpd 7/28
In..lm.nt..11 Toll-r,.. 1- ---------j-- t969 ELCONA, Z BR, I phone.!!.. ....! "LT.f.l!!
the preceding year. due to the - -- --- - - -- -
larger number of 8002137606. or write \ECA HATCHBACK 1972. FURNISHED: One Bath. 12x60. SR 125, 5 ml. PORCH SALE July 29-11. 50 /
veterans BLUEBERRIES U-Plck.
SANTA'S TOY PAIITIES. 4 BR, duple Utllltlei W. at Lawtey. E.T. : trwillt..941r
and their families apeed A/C. radio now 10 .10. to 7 p.m.Uaed
I Ik. .We-Ptck, 75eenta
served and lurnlihed. 615 N. Water SI. Thornton). Itpd 7/28 cents per I
Avon ( nnn.. 060(11.) Aim tlree. 1800. Phone 7823716. furniture, mattress, drapes, lb. Oil Earleton
the cost-of-living increase in Booking Parlie 7/21 2tchg Itchg 7/2H 7/28 tfchgMOBILE - -- - clothes, odda/ends. SR 235 per ,
payments.Educational. T/2H .. FOR SALEi 4 BR. blockhouse Road ((200-AI. 1.8 miles REhLTYt
- - - -- New River area, lollow '
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1/2 mil .
benefits under -- - - HOME 3 BR, fur- big kitchen, CH/A 2. slgne. Phone Dot Reid 4S5- northolSR-26lhen '
the G.I. bill accounted for the KN: Interested In 12.hour PERSONALS nished spacious" grounds, ear garage paved drive. 1815. Itpd 72SWEIMERANER west Lnngneckera, 4732702or : ( )
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4751151.
largest dollar volume of hilt with 7 day off per pay l 1 1IIANDYMANs garden plot. Don't object ta swimming pool beautiful Open '.m. to
- - - 7:30 Monday through .
payments.. totaling $1)8,449) period? Union General email "children, no pets.lawlsy. yard lots 01 tr.... la PUPPIES : p.m. NEW LOCATION!-
Hospital L.... Butler Available Aug. 1. country. Phone 9618239. : Saturday tin/chg .
Fla.. 209 N. TEMPLE
the June 6
lor year. I. All home Phone 782-3279. Itchg 7/28 Itpd 7/28 I AKC welped -- - -- -
Interviewing
A breakdown of other qualified Interior and wormed. F. Stephens, 964- Cecelia Terwillegar STARKE FLORIDA
repairs
RN'e lor 'lull-time and - -- -- - - - -
payments is as follows: Call collectJim parttime. Lee.; exterior: remodeling house- TRAILER: Completely or' BY OWNER 3 BR.' frame 7173. 7/21 Ztchg 7/28 SPEED EQUIPMENT abovecoat. FOR REAL FACTS ON REAL ESTATE
and - - - SALE 10 percent
financial assistance for ser. D.O.N.. 4962323. MI. 30. washing painting. partly lurniahed. Two BR. house, newly renovated
DRYER Sean Olin'e Mobile Home
vice connected disabilities. Itchg 725SALES Special ratea/terme lor Phone 9648349. or came. to .Urge shaded lot convenientto CLOTHES : Service.. 100W. Sure. you want to shop around when looking for
used ,
all labrlc Highway
Beat once.
Free
cltltena. ...
$75.968: pensions and other - - .senior.Um.t... Phone 9644)961 Underwood Motel US 301 shopping center Muit Metal wardrobe, porcelala St..... Phone 964-5606. a home. After all this is a lifetime investment for
assistance for non-service SUPERVISOR: ?, Anexcellent North ol Starke. Itpd 7/28 to appreciate. 815,000 tablea. Many other TF/Cbf mOlt peopl.and you want to be certain that you are
top
Immediate
after 5 for Phone 964-5157.
(lor p.m. -- - -- -- negotiable. _ __ _
the
connected opportunity dollars to the best .
disabilities. attention. 7/28 4tchg 8/18 '7ilBRICK hema. No weekend aalea. spending your advantage.Handling
$04.771 right penon. If you have at PRIME BUSINESS SPACE Itchg. 7823254. 7/21 Ztpd 7/28 MOBILE HOME LOT with wise investments is our business. We
; payments on the --
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leant - - --- --
3 located Lawrence" Blvd. tank. Small
year experience on well and septic
death of veterans with G.I. Hupervlilng. a ..I.. eoUclta- SEWING MACHINES and Flamingo In Keyatonelite. HOME with 3 - - - down payment. Phone 408- have a code of ethics and high standards to

insurance. $2.244:! ; death tlon telephone room we are repaired nil m.".. Inquire at Standard bedrooms, 2 bathe double ALUMINUM SIDING 1551. 6/9 TF/Chg maintain. Our reputation for dependable, honest

compensation t und pensions to Interested In talking to you. cleaned oiled aid edjuetod, Station or phone 473-4907. carport on large lot. Drapea awnings, gutters, windows, - - - dealings has been earned over a long period of time
thoie $7. Work guaranteed. James and appliance included. etc. Joseph D. Garrison 9645205. and > intend maintain reputation.
widows. $27.522: ; Burial Only with excellent TFI" we our
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7/21 7/28
I.ow down and takeover 2tchg
allowances. SII.901l.<> relerencei need apply for Strickland corner Morgan' payment GUNS FOR SALE 22's.25's Allow us to handle) all your real estate
MOBILE HOMr In cbuntry. Phone 964- - - -
thli high salary position that Road and Highway 16. 3/10 furnished. pnymenta. nod 38'a sold at V.h.m. transactions for you. We take great pride in being
children
welcome. N630. 7/21 2tchg 7/28
Includea override. Call for IF/Chg Phone \964-6114 or 473-4777. FOR SALE Diamondneedlee Discount.:_TF/Chg. !! able to move property quickly at the fair market
-e a e e 0 e S appt. Galneeville 376-7646. - -- -- -
7/2H III.he ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS 4/7 TF/chu .. lor any stereo over LOT FOR SAI.Ki:, Beautiful value.

:MeltonAs ,\ IiIJnl'Cl( - - ; : successful SUMMiR-c FS ; j 247 different ones, we have. wooded building lot on Ree
all. Dahmer'a Diecount.
Tank ('re\ man Rl BBtR: A\I) PARTLY living for people who want to G onKingaley them Street 'In Green Acree.Paved .

Army Private Clarence W. PLAN need ilemonHtratora. !STOP drinking. and STAY Lake by. week. .TF/Chg. : !. streets city. sewage SEE CECELIA
ntopptd. Meeting huraday A/C Call 533-2366 after 6 CITIZEN .AII and water, sidewalks. to
:Melton. Jr.. son of !Mr. and Part or lull tim. No UTILITY BUILDINGS:
:Mrs. Clarence W. :Melton. collecting. :No packing.. NoTop and Sunday. 8 p.m. Phone p.m. 5/2U TF l.hlJ COMPTOMETER aluminum prewired, receptablea town. 1V500. 864-5663 or We need homes. in good repair.We .
\UOI-5l.lt 9646H94.\ TF - -- --- 9648397. 7/14 4tchg N/4
Multiplies, uses tape light switches,
Hampton recently was commissions. Phone - -- -- FOR RENT 40x60 block excellent condition. 175. and - - -
,
1-481-
lights tongue groove have a beautiful lot on Hampton Lake.
assigned( as a tank crewman 3I2N. Pam II.... 7/2H 2uhg BRADFORD SEPTIC building 12'celling. Ideal for Phone 782-3660 after 5 p.m. floor delivered and set up. Financing available.
with the 1st Armored Divisionin ft/4 TANK SERVICE meet any bualneee. Starke tl/pd Financing available, up to 48

Illesheim. Germany. - -- residential pump-cull. 140. area. 250 per month. Phone964:5606.TFChg - -- - months to pay; 60 aizes.Suaukl 12x70 2 BR.
I l'\t. Mellon entered the l INI.r-R\: lEvTKRWANTED : Fast service guaranteed.Phone !! PUPPIES 3/4 Beagle 1/4 of Sterlie, 964-6020 Hampton Lake-3 BR, 2B, CH & A. HandsomQ) den

Army in February of this : : lor part-time \904-8121. 4tpd 7/7 OLIN'S SUBDIVISION Baeaett: Nine healthy 96460ZI.IZ TF/chg B& % with fireplace furnished If desired.

: telephone work 7/2S lemalea. Free to good home. - - -
The private is a 1975 aurvey lota, *30 'month.
jeur. of Bradford starting early tall. Not a -- - .V--i- 1/2 acre and per furalehed. Phone 964-8210 after 5 p.m. BAHIA hAY Argentina, Front & Rear Three bedroom, 2 bath home with CH & A on lot
graduate High water
S'huCllln(( Starke. selling job. Give phone MOBILE HOME MOVING For Information sewage phone Mark Itpd 728KCLVINATOR highly fertilized phone 9R4-) 142x140 off :301 N.V 4 Years Old-Under *S30.000

number. Mu t have privateline. also mobile home hurricane Olin OU..'. Mobile Homo -- - -- 6071. 7/21 tl/chg 6995 Owner transferred.
and mobile Crost.f.e.r.f.I..r.'or .
Mail letter Including anchoring 100 Welt, - - -
Service, Highway
home. roof OHn'e 4 old 175.:
education work experience, coating. yre.
Slnrke.Phone. OLIN'SMobile Escape the city life to this unspoiled
and named ot relerencea' to Mobile Home Service. Phone 964-5606. 1/13 Riding Lawn Mower Scare LAND FOR SALE 22 in
Arbitron. Field. Operations. 9615606.; Highway 100*., CT/ II. 2 yra old. 350. beautiful ..r.s. high and setting..tranquil IIvin9 the country. 12
TF/Chg Home SalesHwy productive acres with large comfortable CB home
C1ASS1K1KI1)Deadline : 1320 StarkeTFchgACIUM Phone 964-5592. Itpd 7/28
Ammendale ltd. lltluville. .. !! dry. Only 1700 acre."
- - - per
:\hr)I.nd. 20705. An BRADFORD VILLAGE - - -- 12.000 down. Owner 100 Weal also.attractive nearly new brick home on one acre.
\ CLEANER: RE-
affirmative action employer.Mr. JUKE BOX with recorda. financed. Phone 468-1551.
APARTMENTS I BR,
PAIRS all makea all Call Steve Broadway, Starks "What dreams mad. around fishing
Itpd 7/2N 7/14 4tchg 84LIMEROCK are of".year
modern' 'lurniahed AC.carpet .
models. Starke Center
- - -- Sewing walk-In. closet walled Keystone Hie., 473-4732. - - -- and swimming on beautiful Kingsley Lake. Yes, we
for insertion 215 Kant: Call. !Street
7/28 2tpd 84DRESSED FOR SAlE, do have listings!
phone 964-8312. 4tpd garden patio oll..t,...
Tuesday noon preceding( - - -
parking. 315 W. Washington Phone 782-3172 after 6 p.m.
WANTED ---------
Thursday' before publi Bn.L1)IZt:1ORK: -land St.. phone 964-8601. 7/21 Freeh. 75 cent. RABBITS per pound.: 7/14 tl/chg Investment opportunities : modern, attractive B-

cation. clearing, road building site tl/chg Call and place order 964- - - - unit apartment house; also restaurant on 301 S. in a
....
ROOM ANO BOARD preparation. Phone Kdwardlavln. .. -- -- 5801. Itpd 7/28 COUCH AND CHAIR SALE Lillian C. Pearson most profitable location.

:Minimum charge $2.00 "A ILl: 7N yr. old man. Urn "t.I.ry.: 1-259-\! FIRNISHKD: APART- - -- -- 1169.93 up. Dahmer'aDlacount23T

c'o"l'rllli: Words) only one meal dailv. Will pav 3.r>69. MKNT: Large, adults only.No. YARD SALEFridaySaturday : ;_ ._. .!:Lf'L-! V Real Estate Unique 2 and one.half acres of lush tropical garden

Each: word over IS well. Write Mctor Illicit. """ tfn/chg : pete. Apply at 405 N. 9 a.m, with 2BR 1 B home with sunporch. garage. utility

10 cents Route 3. Box 225-t:, !ollr..... ----- Church St. 7/21 TF/chg untO. Some furniture. I mi. WATSON'S HOUSE OF room, natural gas, S21,00.
7/2H SHOP"com" - -- -- brands STARKE
964-MH1II.\ B and VACUUMS
Itpd BILL'S SAW South of Lawtey, 200 many
All classified ads - - plele aharpenlng service, NICELY: FURNISHED 301. Red Brick houae. Phone ol new vacuuma. Used 3 BR frame house. CH/A. '
carbide, apartment 3 rooms, utilities available. fenced corner lot, 15000. NEWLOCATION! ..
COl Pl.t: with It year old circular hand 7823229. Itchg 7/28 machlnee Expert
In adunce
must be paid for ion desires immediate chain mower blade hollow furnished Suitable for one - - repalra. all m...... Parts and o - S m 205 N. TEMPLE
\ unll'lIs011 have employment with chicken- ground and balanced. Leave perion. Private entrance accessories lor all vacuums.. 2 BR frame witn' carport on STARKE FLORIDA

an established account egg '.rm. Can relocate. at Jackson Building Supply, Inquire at 603 .;. Washington Built-in' central vacuumaystema. Fla. Power I15.0OO.

with The Telegraph.( In Phone 475.277(1.( Itpd 7/2H Starke or Keystone Heights. Ave. 7/14 TF/chg BOOTSAt 404 NW 10th - OFFICE PHONE 964-7776

that event $1 1 extra - - - TF/C-hg - - - Avenue. Galneeville. Phone 8.7 acrea-cor. 100-S at 100- HOME PHONE 96 .51A5

charge for billing. Not MANTKD: : Young lady "' f Carradine'sJISTIN 376-710.. .: << :..2J:! :!! A, reduced to 113.500.
responsible for errors room-mate to live with RENT" - -
lads in Lawtey ER HOUSES FOR SALE 10 acres facing !SR' 230 and
the young RALPH BRYAN!
when given o>er Phone 2690162. Orange WRANGLER: Wilson Road I22.0OO., Floriland Realty .4
phone or when copy is ... -- "*
Park. Itchg 7/2H ;*. - 'Real'
'r ot typed and brought tohe -. - - COTTAGE: ON LAKE DOl'BLEW IDE MOBILE' summer sale now going on' S'/aeres" facing two graded 393 N. Temple A ve.felarke. V
office. JOHNSON: : air "conditioned. IIOMK: Uofurnlahed. 24x64 Beat election Beet Prices roada S9.000.) Ha..
ANTED) Vied re Swimming and flaking. 3 BK 2 bath laundry room. - Uff. 96 .770)()
Irigeratora ....he... and built.in & lullycarpeted Anywhere.CARRADINE'S. Estate
oven range -
II25/w. Phone 47J: 21O8. 36.35 acres 1584100LAHTEY 2 UK I 1/2 Hath hou... ..t'1) ) 4
stoves In good condition. 7/2H total electric wilhClII
ifchgKITCHENETTES : !
Phone Dahmer'a Uiacounl? ,\. $15.01)0.) Phone 9645944. panelled carpeted wall
- - -- LEATHER: SHOPI 2117 N Temple
Small 5 room 'frame house .\.t'. unit Van healer mootother
( F.TA: POSITION' 96"-7923. T.-Ch. : : ; : utillOesincluded Itpd 7/28 I 1/2 acre lake. lot at Lake in 1.4 acres $12,000. 'lurniHhings.Doublewlde .

ANNOlNl'KMKNTjApplicant : : ; totally lurniiihed; ---------1.-- mile South of Lawteyonf.S. Hampton oak. (14.5OO) - - Office 9 4.8788

) weekly. or monthly rates.lemple 301 S2.900 down owner 2 BR' frame home completely Mobile' Hume
muni meet new01A i MOTORCYCLESSI Motel. 880 N. SRIHWKSI
Lew'sWilding Phone 7823400LONGCHAMP financed. furnished Incl. new washer on I landscaped acre,
titlel I
eligibility
lemple Starke Phone 964- - and dryer (13.200.: :Man ..Ur... \l.o rain 2
Criteria : .:. 24 Acres building
: 7357. 7/28 3tpd 8/11 1/2 lota Lake : :
acre adjoining lot.I .
V POSITION |III l | Counlv '/.IK I 750)): 1972. water Shop Commercial 115000. ( aver l.OIIO).) It. on highway
- -- - Hampton Oaks. S2.9SO\! bldg.
- -
\nalvst. ItUI.) :, 1I monthly I cooled low mileage. I'hone I.IN.IMIO. .lermH.
TWO I BR apartments and Restricted residential - I lilt. 2 Hath stucco,
(GAS & ELECTRIC)
Ketponelbilttlee Compile 91)44005) ) after 6 p.m. week-. 2 BR Electric 29 133.500. - -
Home and Have builder acrer
one apartment. Building homesitea. paninh style.Hit. I .
I.\W Ir.l: .\KtI :.\
.Isllalical dil nod aubmiseion duo all day weekend. 7/14 BUILT
( CUSTOM
: and hot water furnUhed. Materials who will build home to suit - .. -
"I reporta to program planner 3tpd 7/21 Phone 9H48071. Itpd 7/28 TRAILERSHITCHES tour needs. Beautiful farm 51.8 acres l.ng. ludi.r, Walking - - -
workeraand I 4 2 \rre lots High A
reach
Mipcrvlae out - -WEBU1LD-
301. Brick home with 2
-- on : ..
: - - - distance In Huint"
develop detail map ol data "lll;. TS j 25(1( 1977. 8 MoBilE; IIOMK on Crlffla INSTALLEDALL "Your Plans Or Ours Home on SR I loll( on 1.2 fireplace 3 BR 2 Bathe, - lIre Homes-. houses Irom or .1.9IHI.Mobile! .

collected.IICALIFICATIONi. weeks. old. Make. oiler. See I.oop. .:.Z. l.ee 9114 8816. WORK acres. Owner moving ("II A A. barn fenced lot nn 'ssmp.onl.skr.. 2U)) -
Or Ours"FREE Owner
Your Lot financing
- at Baldwin Chevy. Tom. 9D4- Itpd 7/28 GUARANTEED'Wilittrloe. only (20.0INJ planted pasture 1195.400. percent do..n.
Mu t 6170. Itpd 7274EOMO ESTIMATES .. - -
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have a car and valid Florida - - - PINS ....1 4 BR.2 Bath Double Ide. I. !5. III acres up. Ownerfinancing.
0'.: BEDROOM: APARTMKNTi Remodeling Repairs I acre lot on SK 1110 S3.500 Lot In Hampton lake. lInks .
Mobile H/ChAAl:
Driver License.POSITION : air Home.
conditioning 3 Miles South. - - .
-
- BItES n /month. furnished Additions hey frontage I acre lot on 1.7 acres w/eomplete hookup Building l.,,l. In <(<'it).
: |III| Out-Reach Phone 964-7767 after 5 p.m. 01 Starke On 301 Homes Bought "H Sal South ol Slarke for 2nd MH. II .OOO. - II \\11'1'"\ .\KK40 :.\

Marker 1 1562.30 monthlvl I Itchg 7282.BInitOOSt Sold Traded S5.000) ) owner llnanced. - 10 .\cren till Morgan' Itnad to 225 \..,. from
H..p.ulbWU.'lP.rlo.m outreach FOR SALES: 1973 Uateun - - - - 20 acres with fish pond 2 - *11I2/ \e...,

lor data collection purpoaeai 400. Great gas mileage. Save : APARTMF.NTi MOBILE HOME 1..11. d..rd.: III mobile home hook-up.,hog 'III.r..*. 5 l vir HtiuseH. .. -
and aid County ...1$,., and buy for $1,000. See at :: I air conditioning ACREAGE FOR o\ ,\.odu..ln.. barn with water and .1... IulU I- equipped.

In developing; community Standard Station SR.100 & lurniahed. $90/month. PARK Realtors 133.350. - 1IURtRt: : :.\
SALE
prolO 21. Keyetone Heighto. tin/- Phone !964-7767 after 5 p.m. 47:11111.1Before: ): ASSOCIATES Ill acres near fill. C.o"d

- Itchg 7/2H In tide City Limits 964-6853 Loin Zlpperer 964.7154 or putentislii for home site,. 7-1(1.up to 137 Acres oil
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES hostesses. Starke. LAWTEYBy Miss Candy Robinson of Danny, of Cape Coral, spent Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs,
CHURCH OF GOD Sunday HIGHLAND BAPTIST: Friends of Carl Prevatt regret Jacksonville, and brother the weekend with her mother, Jr., and family of Jackson
School 10 a.m., Worship Services Sunday School' 10 a.m. to learn that he is a Elizabeth Terry Phillip Robinson, of Albany; Mrs. Hester Hicks, and ville visited their uncle and
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Worship Services' 11 a.m. and patient in Alachua General Phone 782-3300 Ga., visited Miss Billy Doreen brother-in-law and sister, Mr. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Hospital, Gainesville. We hada and 'Wilson Saturday and Sunday. and Mrs. Glen Shuford and .and family on Sunday.
7:30 .YPE Wednesday at 7:30 Jenkins grandson,Donald spent a week with them. '
p.m Friday at 7:30: : p.m. report from him Sunday Mrs. Raymond Williamsand family. They visited Mrs. afternoon.
of
p.m.EVERGREEN NORTIISIDE BAPTIST: night July 24th and he is about Green dinner Hilliard, were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones, sons Stephen and Brian, Hick's sister-in-law, and other --------
School Sunday guests of their of Starke
Sunday 10 ,
BAPTIST were
: a.m. supper guests of Jacksonville of Maxville while
the same after Our and Mrs. O.J. relatives ,
,
surgery. mother Mrs. O.J. Anders of and Each: of the three show
Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mr. Mrs. Les McClellanon
with him and the Boyette and and here.
are Cheryl
prayers Donald will bunt drivers the famous
Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting spend a few days Saturday night. in
and children
family. Angela spent the weekend Henry Hodges .
7 p.m. Training Union at 6 Wednesday at 7 p.m. with his great-grandmother, Mr.and Mrs. Daniel Masseyand Cypress Gardens Water Ski' .
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts Anders. with their brother and sister- attended the stock car races in Revue performs over
Wednesday Meeting LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday spent from Thursday to Mrs.Friends of Leonard sons, Darrell and in-law Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lake City, on Saturday night. I.OOO shows a year. :,'
at 7 p.m.FAITH School 10 a.m. Worship with their Norman Douglas, of Naples, were Durban and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Tuesday son, Barry son, Jayson, of
BAPTIST: Radio Services 11am. and 7:30: p.m. regret to learn that he is'a weekend guests of their I
Lee, is who is the U.S. Army at Memphis, Tenn. Mosley and twin daughters,
: WPXE 8 Prayer Meeting Wednesday at patient in St. Vincent'sHospital father, Elder A.E. Masseyand Over 20( Florida
program on a.m. on Fort Knox Ky. Mrs. Edna Cason of Glen Darlene and Janine have returned quality
Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m. 7:30 p.m. Jacksonville. Our other relatives. St. from weeks vacation alira< linns arc within a
Friends of Mrs. Dot Bennett Mary, was a Thursday a '
Worship Services 11 a.m. and ST. JOHN'S MISSIONARY prayers are with him and the Jerri Starling and Miss I\\ii-hour drive :
regret to learn that she had dinner guest of her brother spent with their brother and Florida '
.
6:30: Prayer Meeting BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 family. Robin Deal, of Perry visitedhis press Gardens,
p.m heart in St. and sister-in-law, Mr. and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
open surgery which i in located In the:
Wednesday at 6:30: p.m. a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson was a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.
Vincent's Hospital, Jackson Arlie Dobbs. Vernon Teston and family, in center: "I'l the Sunshine:
GRACE UNITED and 3 p.m. on Second and Saturday overnight guest of Charles Starling and familyon
ville Monday. We are glad to Mrs. Wm. Wolfe and son. Little Rock, Arkansas.- State.
METHODIST CHURCH) Fourth Sundays. Prayer Bandon that she her son-in-law and daughter, Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
Sunday School 9:43: a.m. Monday at noon. report came through and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith Les McClellan spent r
and SMYRNA MISSIONARY surgery successfully is and family. Sunday afternoon with her (
Worship Services 11 a.m. still in the
Our II
7:30: p.m. Choir practice 7 BAPTIST: Sunday school 10 are with hospital.her and the Mr. and Mrs. Charlie D. son-in-law and daughter Mr. HAMPTON AREA NEWS
p.m. and MYF 7:45: p.m. on a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. family.prayers Sellers, of Auburndale spent a and Mrs. Maxie Reddish and --
Tuesday.The and 7 p.m. BTS 5:45: p.m. Friends of Mrs. Rosa week with their sister, Mrs. family, of State Farm.
church enjoyed their Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Baxley regret to learn that she Pierce Crews. All of them Sincere sympathy of the Dolores Bruno. Elections will be held On July 10 a birthday partywas
annual Schoool 1 7 visited the Sellers soninlawand is extended Meng September 13. A.C.
Sunday picnic p.m.PERSONALS Is a patient in Bradford community to Mr.' Phone on given at the home of Mr.
at Strickland's Landing on County Hospital, Starke. Our daughter, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Albert Sappenfield, 4681915BOOKMOBILE Dennison and Ernest Green and Mrs. R.V. Durrance-
Kingsley Lake Thursday Mr. and Mrs. T.C. are with her and her Keith Brookman and family of Melrose, because of the have qualified for Council honoring Mr. Durrance'1'
They had a large crowd pre Kellermon, of Miami, spent family.prayers of Tallahassee for severaldays death of their daughter Mrs. Mrs. Winifred positions. grandmother, Mrs. Dora
sent and reported a good time. Monday with their aunt Miss Miss Dorothy Swanbom and and from there to Dorothy White, who passed the Schneider Is Byrd. who was 81 years old.
Vacation Bible School will Arthunne Blanchard. While Mrs. Lissie of Cottonwood, Ala., and spent away Tuesday July 19th. friendly summer librarianfor PERSONALS Included in this celebrationalso
be held at the church August1st there all of them visited Miss Jacksonville Starling several days in the Sellers' Kim and van Wainwright the Bookmobile sent from Robbin Wadworth and her having birthdays were
through 5th each morning 9 Enza Blanchard at Baker Marineland, spent and Thursdayat home. From there to Union of Eaton Park and Cathy the Bradford County Library cousin, Dale Wadsworth from Mr. Durrance' wife Ann. his
to 11:30: a.m. Kindergarten County Nursing Home, at wonderful time. report Miss a Springs, Ala. and visited Mr. Waters, of Jacksonville, (whois in Starke. All are invited to Atlanta spent last week In daughters, Mrs. Pamela
brouse at this
unit which visits
and Mrs. Sellers' soninlawand Jacksonville with their
Junior Macclenny. grand-
through High. Swanbom spending the summer with Wheeler and Mrs. Linda
was a
welcome. Friends of Mrs. Daisy Boch Sunday daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hampton at the Post Office mother, Mrs. Katherine
Everybody
dinner guest of Mrs. Elsie them) will spend a week with each Hicks also his nephew
United Methodist Women regret to learn that she is a Norman and Mrs. Carl Hyman and visited Mr. their grandmother, Mrs. Tuesday from 12:30: until Wadsworth. Besides coolingoff Wendell Durrance.The .
met at the home of Mr. and surgical patient in Riverside Tommy Barnes, son Starling.of Mr. and Mrs. Sellers and Mrs. Wilma Wainwright. while 2:30: p.m. at the beach they enjoyedthe refreshment table was

Mrs. Horace Cox at Little Hospital, Jacksonville. Our and Mrs. Tommy Barnes Sr., Pierce Crews' brother and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. CUBB Art Gallery and Children's covered with a lace cloth
Lake Santa Fe near Waldo, prayers are with her. Her spent a week with his sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright, are on LUNCHES Museum. Robbin is back centered with a two tiered I'
with Mrs. Jim Burton, of mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinsonhas Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Barnes cousin,, W.S. Rivers,Sr., Mr. and Mrs. their vacation. While here Margaret lunches Wadsworth distributes home now and Dale is birthday cake placed on six
Jacksonville, co-hostess, with spent part of the time with at Briceville. Sellers brought Mrs. Crews they will attend Vacation CUBB furnished by the spending some time with her pedestals. A lighted fountain I
14 present. Mrs. George her grandson and wife, Mr. Friends of Fonzo Prevail home Tuesday of last week Bible School at Grace United Agency Mondays father, Gordon Wadsworth.. flowing! !/: with pink water,1\
Roberts, Sr., presiding. Mrs. and Mrs. Lynn Boch. regret to learn that he is a and they returned to their Methodist Church. through Fridays the at 11:30: until Mr. and Mrs. Richard beneath the cake was 1
Frank Coss gave the devo- Mrs. Lissie Starling of patient in Bradford home in Auburndale.Mr. Mr and Mrs. R.W. noon on grounds of Mowry Donna and Greg are encircled with orchids, and
Jacksonville is County and Mrs. Dobbs Hampton Elementary School. home after three weeks of
tional. Mrs.Frances Hamiltonhad spendingsome Hospital, Starke. Our Casey Edwards of Jacksonville, Children from the cake was covered with a
charge of the program. time with her daughter with him. prayersare Jr., and family, of Jackson- spent Saturday afternoon with ages 3 through camping in Virginia and the mound of pink roses.
After the delicious Mrs. Elsie Norman and her ville, spent Sunday afternoonwith 18 are eligible to participate in Carolinas. also campedwith
meeting a Mr. and Mrs. Johnny their parents, Mr, and Mrs. this They Out of town guests enjoying
luncheon was served by the brother Walter Starling of their grandparents, Mr. B.L. Wilkison, Sr.' program. Joan's sister and family. thisoctasionwere: Mrs. Ruby'
and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Mrs. Mabel Boyette, of SYMPATHY Mr. and Mrs. Elzie Bass and Green Mr. Durrance' mother
Tammy Barnes celebratedher Jacksonville spent the week George near Gatlinburg. They from Maxville. Howard
Condolences
SEA VIC TIRE SERVICE 13th birthday on Saturday end with her son-in-law and. and friends go out of to the enjoyed an exhibition tour of Durrance from Waldo. Mr.
with a party at the home of her daughter, Col. and Mrs. Wm. Dovie family L. Durham who Mrs.was a coal mine at Beckley, W. and Mrs. James Peterson and I

parents,Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Wilson. buried from the Rock Va., where the guide family and Mr. and Mrs.
Barnes. They served sand- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Primitive Church transported them by specialcar Buddy Grif fis and family from

joins the B.F. Goodrich team wiches and drinks for refresh- McClellan and son, Jeff, of July 26 under Baptist the direction on of and demonstrated mining Jacksonville. Mr and Mrs.
and
ments. Heilbronn Springs, were the Archer Tanner Funeral equipment machineryand Russell Bowen of Baldwin.
Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellanand Sunday dinner guests of their Home. explained some of the Mrs. Norabelle Green and
and SAVE Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Craw parents, Mr, and Mrs. Les hazards prevalent in coal daughter, Linda from
. buy now ford spent their vacation in McClellan. CONVALESCENTHank mining. Middleburg Mrs. Geneva
Georgia and camping and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Black- Lot is The Mowry family also Smith. Timmy and Shane
sightseeing in N.C. While at well of Atlanta Ga. recovering visited Fort Sumter where the Durrance from Maxville.Mr. .
,
We made from B.F. Goodrich from
The tire Industry is raising prices a purchase stop spinal surgery performed
Civil War
first shot of the was
camp in North Carolina they by for a short visit and Mrs. Lysle
prior to their' Increase and we are passing the savings on to our customers. enjoyed gospel music every and Mrs. Wm. Wilson Friday. Teaching on Hospital July 20 in at Gaines-Shands fired. They) concluded this Williams and children. Renee.

Below are our Prices for Glass Belted And Polyester Tires until our stock night. They left there and Mr. and Mrs. Paul West, of ville. We hope he continues to tour by going to Appomatoxwhere Melissa and Kirk., enjoyed
spent a few days sightseeingin Lake Butler visited their the war ended. This several weeks vacation
he has suffered
improve as
Is sold Tennessee and Virginia. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. back discomfort tour was educational also as touring the Western States.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Les McClellan Saturday months. many their guides showed films of They especially enjoyed South
out.belted spent the weekend with their afternoon. historical nature. Camping at Lake Tahoe with its cool

whitewalls brother-in-law and sister Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James Waters U.S.ARMY the Okefenokee Swamp was temperatures and snow
and Mrs. Larry DuBose, of attended the funeral of Mrs. Pvt. Clarence W. Mellon exciting and they enjoyed covered mountain peaks. In
Decatur, Ga. Dorothy White, (daughter of would enjoy hearing from his seeing the aircraft carrier Arizona they viewed the
Mrs. Wyolene Day and son, Mr. and Mrs. Albert friends at this address 263-55- 'Yorktown' at Kings Petrified Forest. Grand
:
.. ..". BFG's SILVERTOWN BELTED Keefe, of Jacksonville, were Sappenfield) Thursday at 7927, C Co. 1st Bn 12 Armor Mountain N.C. They again Canyon and Painted Desert.
,
1 ", Gives a strong Sunday dinner guests of her Crescent City.Friends APO 09140, N.Y., N.Y. Buckle, enjoyed the Scottish Festivalat They visited Karen Lyle and
cord/ SIZE PRICE cx. mother, Mrs. Lucille T, Ivey, of Les Prevatt, as his family and friends know Grandfather Mountain in family while in California and
polyester TAX and brother-in-law and sister. regret to learn that he is a him drives tanks with the Boone. N.C. The weather in enjoyed the Giant Redlands
fiberglass belledconstruction Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Brown and patient in Bradford County Division in Germany.He the mountains was not as coolas forest there. They hit
Army
\ for C7S.14 3010 201 .Cynthia. Keefe Day, their Hospital. Our prayers are lives with his roommate in usual, but they all enjoyedan temperatures of 110degrees 1 in

t durability and long grandson, and nephew, will with him. an old German Air Force Base interesting. and educationaltrip. Texas but found Death Valley ..
E78.14 32.10 2.28 quite cool. Upon returning
barracks which are estimatedto

mileage 078.14 34.10 266j.llt ;. Good Cars Grel'atBuya' *oE 1 crete be 250 construction.vears old and He of con HAMPTON LAKE were home visited the Williams for nine days family by l I.
enjoys
H78.14 38.70 Mrs. Sandra Bach and Betty Lysle's sister Mrs. Peggy
2 so life and
service appreciatesthe
No Trade-In E Dffi JOO AUTO lovely, varied in Ann Register hosted a Cleghorn and children from
07S.15 3550 285 i Germany. scenery Rubbermaid Party at the Winterset Iowa. On July 23.
Needed H78.15 3S.10 2'88 1 Register home on July 19. Mr. and Mrs. Lysle and family

L78.15 4080 3.12 : [alJ( ( B ( ffi SALES CITY QUALIFIERS demonstrator Mrs. Barbara of Carter this was the attended the wedding of
Balanced FREE Gordon Wadsworth and popular Cathy's niece, Georgeann
.
N William Summers have product.Mrs. Layman at Jacksonville'sLake
O 1973 1974 fied for the Mayor position quali- Mary Overholser is Shore Chapel. Her
enjoying her home after five
nephew Tony Masud. returned -
being vacated by Arthur
GRAND PRIX CAMARO CHEV. a weeks visiting relatives and with them for several
,------- friends in Indiana and Ohio. days visit.Tommy.

$2995 i While visiting her son. Meng kept busy
$2995 I Brooker News
cord tires | I William in Morresville. she Monday evening stocking the
polyester | also enjoyed a family dinnerfor freezer with rattlesnake! The
u n By Jean.tte Prescott I t about 75 people in Muncie Carlton family of W'a Ido called
1974 where she time him five footer
0 1971 spent some to pick up a
'
&. The SlLVEKTOWrVBHTItl'G's YOUTIIRETREAT with !Mr. and !Mrs. Lloyd they killed there. Just as he

I -;, is ( best 4pltire.. g CHEV. TRUCK fORD LID iI The Young People from Rowe. Cincinnati was hot and had that one skinned. Bobby
t Tr New River Baptist Church humid when she visited her Dennis presented him with a
-.J.. Polyester cord FED. $2995u attended a Youth Retreat in sister !Mrs. Elizabeth Turner, larger one he shot near his

,. 1 I body for strength, SIZE PRICE Tex $995"I the mountains of North there. home.
\\1 Carolina, on Otter Creek. July
long wear. Deep
:; I 878.13 2520 1 S2l' "III I 15.. .
t r tread provides long 078.13 28.10 209 CommunityNews I

'. l'l'r mileage and skid C78.14 2850 201 1972 CHEW.I 1971 CHEI. The Schedule consisted of

IY.a resistance. E7S.14 2930 223 Bible Study. mountain
\I, } F78.14 3000 237 climbing, sight seeina.
I .
s $495
atI 07S.14 3080 253 $900c morning vespers, and a talent I IB
No Trade-in 078.15 3150 259 3 show. They attended Worship
279 service and sang at the local
Heeded 60012 2780 1.53 J. MN Baptist Church Sunday and
580.15 25.30 177 had lot of good fellowship.

,',' ;', Balanced Free 800.15 2810 181 This W..kl. I There were 28 young people >' Elizabeth Walker Pleasant Grove: Every
N and 11 adults attending from Phone !Ml-fifiH.1: first and second Monday nightat
Brooker. 7:30:: Young Adult Choir re
hearsal. Every Tuesday night

Hurry drive in today!p theotherguys m Specials Miscellaneous Shower' Bridal UKLI.: CHAPTER: IM( at Young 7 pm.Junior Wednesday Choir rehearsal night

The home of !Mrs. Carl Prayer :Meeting. Thursday
Edwards was the setting for a Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. will night Bible study. Friday
: [ I KEYSTONEJIE1GHTS 84734470.ft miscellaneous bridal shower hold Its regular meeting night' the t'sher's Anniversarywill
SIEA VIC TIRE! IS ER VICE: honoring.Miss Theresa Jones. Thursday night at Rp.m. in the begin Rev. Burrow
J bride-elect of !Mr. Drew :Masonic I Kill. on Brownlee Hudson will preach at 7:10.::
Corner Walnut & Hwy 16 473-4078 Williams. Tuesday. July 19 at Street. All members askedto Sunday School 10 a.m. Allmembers

Mon-Fri 7:3O| To 6OO Sat 7:3O To 4:3O Ph: 964-8801 Goodcara Gr.aIBuy: v> 7:30: pm. for be the present Banquet to Feast make of ready the :Monahat II will a m.worship Rev. Walker at :Mt.

Seasonal Flowers and Five Tables Saturday night. will preach at .1 p.m. This will
-- Greenery decorated the table The cooperation of all conclude services for the day.
around the punch bowl. members is needed The event :\Mnriah; : Tuesday night t
; : 473-3775 Refreshments were servedto will be hold Saturday at 8 p.m. 7:30:: Prayer :Meeting. Sunday
John Browns 60 of her friends. in the annex of Ebenezer School 9.30:: a.m. At I 11 a.m. an
Hostesses: Mrs.I Sandra Baptist Church annex. The Education: program will be
...'a..u'.idA ""-. IIY COSH THEY Hazen. Mrs. Theo Dyal. :Mrs. public is invited presented. Dinner will be
OH4 PUT served 12:30.Greater: : .
80)( 10S8 A Dottie Cranford. :Mrs. Iva :
: DARN rI Jean Harrell. :Mrs. Beverly X.t.U'P MEETINGThe : : Bethlehem
:1 KasTON' t FLORDA NTRAILER Hamilton. Mrs. Donna Freewill Baptist! Church:
I G 4p 4pr NEXT Tolleson. :Mrs. Laverne next regular Bradford :Monday Is scheduled for
"', D OOR. Edwards. She received many County :NAACP meeting will cleaning, day at the church.
NN useful gifts. be held :Monday August 13. at Tuesday night Prayer
4G. 7:30: p.m. at New Hope Baptist :Meeting at 710.:: Wednesday
PersonalsMr. Church. All interested citizens night Senior Choir will

: and Mrs C.W. Edwardsof and members are invited to rehearse at 7:30.: Thursday
Bradenton visited his sister -attend. night 7:30: Story Hour. Friday
:Mrs. Eva Harrell. Also :Mr. The Strand Senior Citizens night 6:30: Junior Choir re
: : and :Mrs Paul Emery. & will meet Wednesday night. hearsal. Saturday 7:30: the
Dwight & Greg of Quincy August 10, at 8 p.m. in the Tiny Tots will rehearse.

IflJ1 It _j-g.) f visited her also. They all recreation center on Florida Sunday School 9:30.: Morning
; .1 Iill attended Homecoming at :New' Street. All senior citizens are Service 11 a.m. Mr. Hermon
invited to attend. You will be Johnson will
..: :._ :. River Baptist Church. Sun. speak. Dinner
highly entertained. Come and will be
: July 17.Mrs. served at 12:30.:
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":.'..-. "--...:.:'"':"': ;::-" ::',:'.''oo' ''....' .... ... : Donnie Edwards of You are invited. p.m.
.. ..1" '.-._ --. ..... .. .. _. _"... .. _do._.. .Salt Springs came by for a ('IIURCH I NEWS Greater Allen Chapel
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a : :" .;J, """" A.M.E. Church
ar"r...... -= .li"OO ..a'J' ; .. .>. f.eft' :'\I: _. ;. 'J.-'r.;: visit Mrs. Eva with Harrell.her sister-in-law.Thursday. New Bethel Baptist night Prayer Meeting Tuesday and
.. _;a..."":.,...._ ::...... .-;': : fl. ..,=-:::__ .J JI.h July 21. on her way" to visit her Church: The Pulpit Club will class meeting at 7:30.: Sunday

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill sponsor a service Sunday School 10 a.m. At 11 a.m. the

Don't Yo. Dart Blif. A Homt Withott $ John born Davis in Tallahassee.Mr. night 8pm. Rev. Ronald pastor and congregation Will
..1.g : and :Mrs. Paul Prescott. Strong will preach. Different be in charge of service at Mt.
j and son Johnny attended the choirs and soloists to sing. Zion A.M.E Church 'in

Wh., Prlet I It 'lm ofllllS..I.I .It ,. last night of the revival at Eb *eser and Bethel Lawtey. All members are
r. Klj pin I II New River Baptist Church. Itwas Baptist Churches will be asked to cooperate with his

a very good service, participating in the fifth activity. The motorcade will
I I Friday. July 22. Sunday Union beginning leave from the church at 10:43
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