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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Bradford County schools were still without a bus route system
after Thursday night's special meeting, as the board voted 3.2
k h S, Yt PER PressuringCo. not to stick with last year's system and chairman Arthur
Gaskins blocked a vote to go with the new bus route plan devised
by the administration. .
The new bus route plan was defeated at a July 18 meeting by a
To deadlocked 2-2 vote as board member A.N, Holliday was absent I
Complete from the meeting:Holliday showed his approval of the plan at "
the July 28 meeting as he seconded a motion to accept this new
plan.. r

The board seesawed back the schedule" and something. ,
Neva Jane Flynn. 17-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.cool place to be found other than an air-conditioned building Is Landfill: Project and forth on whether or not to must be decided.
George of Starke nostalgically ponders summer's one of the area's many lakes.You lUll caD't beat the natural air- .- .... accept the old plan or go with As of Tuesday. Casey said
end on ..hefshores of beautiful Klngsley Lake during the late conditioning of a north Florida lake, and the area ta lucky to As a follow up to a consent Hardy-told the board to be in ,, the new one. Chairman he did not have one possible
afternoon Tuesday. have many lakes although few can match Kingsley for order Department of Environ-' total compliance they must Gaskins said the new plan is proposal for the board. Since
With temperatureshooting Into the high 90'. about the only beautiful natural surroundings and a perfect summer hlde-a- mental Regulation agents met ,appoint'.or, hire someone to not feasible ,as .the county the main objection to the new
way. with Bradford County direct an affirmative action doesn't have enough buses to bus system was that there
commissioners Monday, program. Hardy and Sheriff keep it going.The new system wasn't enough busies-to; handleit
August 1, to set up dates for Dolph Reddish met revenue, would be based on the opening Casey,has put in requestsfor
I completion of the sanitary sharing representatives and closing of the schools at six new buses, If they are
It Was HT In Illllp. July landfill located off SU-100 near November 17, 1976 as the result one time. available the board may havean
Keystone Heights. of a letter written to that Gaskins said the plan, which answer to its busing
eI DER agents said the dates office claiming county offices states it would need only 23 of dilemma

The average higb temperature smothering much of the nation tinued below normal rainfallat west to southeast pattern, and set forth In the consent order used discrlmatory hiring the 25 buses (two would be If the buses ,are not
recorded at Camp showed signs of weakening least until next summer. thus have not tapped the cold were based on the temporary practices. Hardy at that time kept on reserve, would really available, then it's up to the
Blanding on the east shore of during the early days of Apparently the only of northern Canada and permit for the present landfillon said this was an investigation need 33. Three additional !board to decide what further
Kingsley Lake was 97.6 August with the advent of be- immediate hope for raising Alaska. SR-100 that expired July 1. because the county receives, buses have been purchasedand action will be taken.
for June, and 98 for lated summer thunder- water levels in drought-de- The agents said they met with revenue sharing funds and are will be available for. use This is not the first time the
July, according to records showers, which are still pleted lakes in the area wouldbe Some weathermen say'we the board to set a "realistic subject to federal checks. on November 1. school board has run into

kept br.the, State Quartermasters lagging far below normal. from hurricane rains this are under the spell of an un- date" for completion of that Gaskins said ', some controversy over its
Office. July usually a wet month fall if should landfill In other action the board any proposal busing situation. -
one happen to usual solar influence which sanitary rather than to ? : that was defeated .
The mean averages for the with from 12 to IS Inches of head this way. has an effect on the large discuss a notice of violation 'Received action would not be in previous fora Two years ago.. the school '
by
two months were June 82.7 rain, brought a slim averageof Sun John a report put up board initiated
; spots, some 93 million scale circulation of the atmosphere Agents Ketteringhamand commissioner Dave Shuford second vote and when board a staggered
and July. 83.5. 3.7 inches to Bradford, as miles credited said school having
away, were by "For periods of George Carter it was that''. portion of the P.O. member J.T, Parrish movedto opening system
Hottest period of the two reported by the three fire one meteorologist with several decades, the climateis not unusual to set overly opti- Reddish Road ,at Hellbronn accept the administration's buses run double routes with
months came during June 11. towers In the county. The Keys, causing, the record-breaking relatively stable," they say mistic dates DER'set was blocked it proposal, Chairman Gaskins the drivers handling about
12. 13, 14 which brought stone Heights tower reported heat wave that has swept mostof Then for some reasons notclearly September IS as a date to needed it. told him he .four hours of routes per day.
a bridge across was "out of
put
respective hiRhs of 100,. 104, ,5.5 inches for the month, while the nation. Another factor is understood, possibly begin preliminary site prepa.t The board said they would order." :The system cut the number of
.. 103 and 104. Record high was! Camp Blanding measured 5,25 'a change" 'course"'of"th a')complgtion ,n'ooKr; :,t""tfte"i\tlla\ tIorr before' .,}. Superintendent.Tom Casey* buses from 33 tq 20. ,
'reached!; on Julv 14 with 107 inches. "westerlies" which have been several years when we have date (March IS, 1978. The cost would be said the -ThiJ'.change".as! made'in'o\\ ( "
deciding. new plan would I
The great t ridge of high The long range predictionby flowing from west to east more variable weather -' ''Chairman George Roberts order reinstate 12 aides who
pressure blamed for the heat meteorologists is for con- instead of their usual north-, colder and hotter.! said the County was in the process crete about!$10,000 bridge.for a I 5. span con- "eliminate day of disorganized at least two time"hoursa lost their jobs due to lack of
of funds.
selecting an engineer
-Told subdivision owner that occurs because the
for the and invited Now the board
system seems to be
Bud Emery the county did not schools start at different
DER to sit in on those nego- have the men or the equip- hours in the and end unhappy with that system
Budget Trimmed tiations with the idea of morning it has become hard-
By County saying a
; ment to mow along county at different times in the
setting up a timetable. roads. Shuford and road afternoon ship to the parents who have

I Carter and Ketteringham superintendent Leon Ellington; After a 10 minute break in school children and in to more the than children one
said the DER was said they were lucky to get this meeting that was
mainly ho
themselves w often have to
Salaries Take Biggest Cut Interested in getting the around and do the county periodically distracted by the wait unsupervised before and
: sanitary disposal system in roads twice a year.Approvedc.. lights going out for about 30 after classes.
I I operation and closing the the minutes and the plinking of Casey added that with the
I Whittling at budget requests existing landfill and would be water dropping into a garbage new system, the amount of
fringe benefits involved ana appointment of Art Schulz to due
to roof
a leaky the
pail
totaling almost $2 million, up report back Wednesday night. willing to work with the the zoning board, replacing board decided to hold time a driver would be on the
I ($366.375 over last year's $1.6 The Road and Bridge county. Carter said an escape Rex Smith. this a road would be cut from five
million spending bill, clause was built into the -Passed special workshop after- hours and 25 minutes to about
budget request totals a resolution
(Bradford County Commissioners 574484. schedule and they) also noon (Thursday August 4)) at three and a half hours.
the of
up $52,000 over the $522,653 of requesting Department 6 decision
p.m. as a on the
operated faIth.
on "good
seemed determined The new proposal also
Transportation to complete may
Monday night. August I, to 1976.The Fine and Forfeiture The county is to decide on an work on the eight projects already busing must be reached. initiate some personal actionon

trim the fat from new money budget request is $304,513, engineer and keep the DER begun and identified in the part of each school involved -
up
requests. $26,000 from last L informed of developments. previous resolutions. Casey said he would work Casey said. With the
If original'budget requests $278,573. The commission year's has The county is to decide on a n -Also approved an up alternatives for the boardto new system, there would be a
were not cut. it would take already approved the sheriff's engineer and keep the DER ordinance adding $1 to decide on that may include certain number of buses
approximately 2.75 mills of budget request, which is informed of developments. criminal fines to train officersfor eliminating students from the handling each school, and
new property taxes to fund the $267,597 of the F&F budget the sheriff's department bus route if they do not live handling only that school.
new spending bill. That would and indicated it won't trim in The board heard a report -Received a notice that a outside a two miles radius of Casey said possibly due to
mean a taxpayer would have that area. from county: attorney Dudley DOT meeting will be held the school Buses now pick up "selfish" motives the
to fork out $ISO in 1977 com: General Fund requests total i: Hardy the office of Revenue August 18 at 3 p.m. in Lake about 700 students who live administration of that school r
pared to $95 on the same $1,090.036 up$80.ooo from last 4 q / i tN Sharing part of the Treasury City to discuss county road between> and two miles from may set to work on its own to
$20.000 assessment a 58 year's $1,010,404 total. The Department is still not satisfied projects.The. the school in addition to those implement ways that may cut ..
percent increase. Amount of General Fund was balanced f with efforts the county is board endorsed the living outside the two mile back on time for their particular
(the tax increase was tossed last year with $199.194 of re- 1 k1t' '"' t 1 making to comply with zoning board's approval of a radius, but only receive fundsto area. If a slightly different
around Monday but nothing is serve cash brought forward. affirmative action for zoning change for William E. transport those living out- route were prepared by
certain except it will take a .Estimated general fund employees. Finucan for a reclassificationfrom side the two mile radius someone from the school
tax increase to balance the income for fiscal77-78 Is down Roberts asked for a uniform Open Rural to BP radius itself, it would be an advantage
budget.But over $200,000 to 879527. employment form be made up (business-professional) for a Casey said he isn't "trying to the administration
the commissioners were ,The county general fund and used by all county saw shop on a half acre off to be popular" by a proposal also as it would cut back on
''to meet again last night budget gets the biggest chunk. departments and notice sent Rising Road 6>> miles north- such as that but the board is the time the students are on
I Wednesday August 7)) in a $419.329, from taxes $195.000 Rolling up his shirt sleevra..county commission chairman to the Treasury Dept. west of Starke. "hard pushed for time to meet campus and unsupervised.

fifth budget session where from federal revenue sharingand George Roberts tackles the mosquito control budget. Giving
they were expected to become $101,000 from state re- tenative approval Wednesday for the $63.675 budget including a
even, more serious about venue sharing. 7V4 percent raise for employees were' Robert, and commissioners School Board Studies
trimming budget requests. Commissioners went Maxle Carter and E.W. Hodges. Going over the budget Options
Biggest cut commissionersmade through almost all county de- with the commission i Is Darrell O'Neal, county sanitarian.If .
in spending requestswas partments in an effort to cut .1

to trim salary requests salary increases to 7'.t a budget increase over the percent for the other library
from 10 percent as requested percent in most areas while certified millage is needed the employees. Tentative approval To'Use $ $416.000Budget Surplus
back to Ira percent. > giving 10 percent raises to proposed tax increases would was given to a 10
Auditor Pat Farnsworthwas some long time workers. In have to be advertised for percent pay Increase for .&

amount asked of the to cut calculate. at which the some instances, commis public hearing. county agent Bobby Taylor Approximately $416.000 in Salley doesn't recommend extinguishing device in the the rains came to the city of r.
would hazard sioners cut 10 percent budget Already approved in a prior and 4-H coordinator Lowell surplus funds are left over doing this as the cafeteria is hood and the plumbing is Starke and to the inside of the 1:
nobody a guess requests to around 5 percentfor session Wednesday July 27, is Parrish and slight raises for I from the -
Monday night because of the 1976-77 school year not large enough to meet the inadequate Salley said. board room, and board '1
newer personnel. the $267.1>97 secretaries
budget request In that ;Supt. Tom Casey announcedat minimum requirements set by members were forced to
from Sheriff Dolph Reddish department. the special meeting of the the state The state says you The can wash area is speak with the 'plinking of .r to
Teacher With hisbudget up $20,178 Calling the county volunteer school board Thursday, July need 10 square feet per deplorable and there were a ,water into a waste pail in the :
Bargaining Reddish requested a six fire departments "touchy"Roberts :28 student and you must preparefor lot of exposed pipes but Salleydid background. Not long after
percent raise for his told Farnsworth
pay to
I 80 percent of your maxi- that the kitchen was the rains came the lights
employees, plus an additional figure the budget at the same At this time the school board mum total .enrollment clean say and "structurally, it is went and the board adjournedinto
Talks Going SmoothlyBargaining $2.000 to be used for merit amount as last for
: year \has available. an adjoining room where
.. raises at his discretion. The Law ley. Hampton. many options as to how still a good sound building. 4
Brooker
(this be used and what was left of the evening
and
1977-78"- money may a The root'is sturdy so are
for the the same salary as they were majority of the $20,000 in- and Starke. special ,meeting to discuss For the high school that doesn't sunlight lit the room and the
school year contract between 'earning during the 1976-77 crease is for salaries and an It was suggested Theressa J where it will has been would mean an eating area of the walls. Salley meeting continued.
Bradford County teachers and school year. School board $867 increase for the sheriff should become part of the, for go scheduled about !5.000 square feet wouldbe recommend tearing the
administrators moving negotiator and manager C.E. bringing his salary to $21,161 Bradford County Volunteer Thursday. August 4. building down.
; at 7 p.m. about an hour after required which is double In other action the boa rd
,along quite smoothly with Douglas said due to lack of Also receiving tentative 'Department since it Is not in the bus the 2.500: square feet they now If a new'cafeteria were to be contracts with approved
scheduled Clay
only five items left to be discussed -, fund that was all the board approval Wednesday was the an incorporated area adding to be proposals discussed.are have. Salley suggested using built, a round estimate of the County' and Sante Fe Com-
other than the three ,"could" offer, but they, are $63.673 mosquito control its $2.000' to the $9.000 Among the the the cafeteria for classroom cost would be $575,000, according -' munity College for the
major "items of I insurance, looking Into the availability of budget. Up $20.757 it includesa allocated to the BCVFD. money could be projects channelledInto space if It is decided a new one to Salley transportation of students.
'
,salary" .and calendar that,, other funds. 7''. percent pay increase for, Theresa, had asked for a i include either repairing should be built.If These contracts would enable '
'always seem .to cause dis' those employees. $4.400 increase. ,the present cafeteria at the If the paving were to be Bradford County to receive !
agreements.The Sharon Bower negotiatorfor Farnsworth was instructedto Another touchy subject was I Bradford County High School the board does decide to done it would run the county funds for students that they '
five Items remaining'Include the jacher's, stressed the figure 7'i percent salary In- recreation funds. Com mil- I building a new one or various upgrade the existing cafeteria 'about $54,000 and would transport to another county. '
: one section under the point that this could mean thata creases for employees of the sioners said they favored the 1 projects that would include there would be plenty of include, paving the tennis
teacher and union rights new teacher would be clerk of .the circuit court continued support of the {paving the existing schools work to be done as Salley said courts ,bus driveway and The board also
article one section under the, :getting the same pay as would supervisor of elections; Starke Recreation Depart-. J and! administration building. it is In "really bad shape. roads of the l high school, new $6,000 reimbursement approved a
'teacher's rights article one that has had motor ment to the tune of$11,000 and to j
one a year's property appraiser The ,existing. electrical pavement for the road and CUBB for '
section under the vacancies .experience behind them. vehicle Inspection,' and civil $luoo each to the municipalities If the board decided to system Is "shot," and over sidewalk of the middle school during the expenditures April fire In lost the
transfers and reassignmentsarticle The teachers will defense offices Commissioners of Brooker, Hampton
resume ,refurbishr4ht existing I cafeteria laoded, Salley explained paving at the elementary Head Start classroom
at the-
and two sections under their talks for a brief session asked him to look at and Lawtey. Commissioners t which Architect Craig causing motors on the coolersto schools at Starke, Lawtey RJE school. CUBB
the article,. concerning. paid 'Thursday at 9 a.m., August 4 total budget figures using a 5.3 said they were in favor of increasing Salley did not recommend, it burn out., and Hampton and paving at Nelson asked for director
leaves :and will meet for a full day percent -raise for ''library' the Starke donation would coat the school approxi The heating system is nonexistent the dministratlOll.bull. ng. ,Sally but the board would ",000.
or 'As of now/ the school board. some time next week. A date director Dan Smilrv ,a 10 by <2,:0) ratherthan piece-1 mately$13oooo'to,, bring the ;; the ventilation only give

negotiating team is only, 'hat not yet been determined percent Increase for the, meal it to Theresa Pleasantf' cafeteria :up' to .minimum system Is inadequate;' the exhaust After the! meeting had beenIn checking the agency and will$6,000 have without to look

planning to offer the teachers for that meeting. assistant director and 7'. (See Page 12)) i standards., i is bad.. there isno fire, session only a few minutes, i into the: !, remaining $3,000. 1

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Neumans-Davis Rehearsal Dinner :


Mr. and Mrs. James Davisof The tables were covered Alford and children of Glen St. [JJoeial flJidehiI: ; ; ; Wj !

Theressa entertained at a with white linen cloths edgedin Mary: and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff K----
buffet supper party July 15 at beige lace. The head table Turlington of Orlando.
the First Dopu. ..t Church inM"denny was centered with an Assisting in serving were

following the epergnette arrangement of Mrs. Oscar Davis and Mrs. WJootu/ S.,;.! a,.,, 964-7608'
jvedding rehearsal of Miss pink rosebuds, greenery and Lonnie Davis of Starke.DUPLICATE ... y -- ----
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Dorene Neumans pink tapers.At each end of the
Macclenny and Jimmy Davisof table was a pink taper Connie Chasteen
and
Theressa. encircled with greenery and Donna Kay Moore Jimmy

WE'I\E SOIlR white and yellow daisies. BRIDGE Party HonoreeMiss Duncan'I-'I
table CLUB RESULTS
the
Centering guests
Miss Carla Kosher, brides- were arrangements of white Connie Chasteen, Wed July 25 At Church of

maid, was left out of the Lee and yellow daisies. whose marriage to Carl
Anne Ashline and Eldon Besides the bridal party Rhea Johnson and Lora Riherd will be an event of
last those the Frances were the winning Miss Donna Kay Moore,
attending were
Dampier wedding writeup August 20, was honored at a R
week. Carla wore a mint bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. couple at Duplicate Bridge party Saturday, July 30, given daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
green gown with a V-neckline Harold Neumans, the bride's Tuesday night. Tieing for by Mrs.J.B.Godwin,Jr., Mrs. Clarence Moore of Starke, and
enhanced with a flower of the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. second were Jeff Wrenshalland Lavern Outlaw, Mrs. J.D. Jimmy Lee Duncan, son of
same color at the end of the V. Perry P. Turlington of Eva Mathewson and Mrs. Warren and Mrs. Vernon Mr. and Mrs. Emory Duncanof
She carried a nosegay of mint Orlando, Rev. O'Neil Sharpeand R.A. Green and Mrs. Clyde Silcox at the home of the latteron Lawtey, were united in
carnations white. son Kenny and Terwillegar, Jr.; Mrs. F.J Mimosa Drive.Attractive marriage July 25 at 7:30: p.m.
green Tami, Mr. and daughterl Shaw and Mrs. S.W. Hamilton al the Starke Church of God
daisies and baby's breath. arrangements of
were third. with Rev. M.E. Drake
performing
. and pink crepe and myrtle red roses were, used zinnias at / ; the nuptials. ,
1 11" An arch in the center of the
o points of interest in the party altar was covered with jade l..t
Y D rooms. : palms and lavender
Yrat' Mrs. Silcox greeted the hydrangeas flanked by two '
,
guests at the door and
presented baskets of fern and spiral
H them to the honoree Robin Deal
candelabras. The candle .
I : and Mrs.R.M. Riherd, motherof Jerre Starling unity '
placed on the piano was
in Starke the av
.l..f prospective groom. tf
accented by two long (
NLW Mrs. Warren
invited
the .
which
Robin stemmed white
.
Deal roses
guests into the ,
dining room .to their mothers.
were given .
l.1LE
TWO B1Tl' where the refreshment. table Jerre StarlingTo Mrs. David Kirkland .
was covered with an Army- organist, and Mr. and Mrs.
-- FROZEN DAIRY DESSERT Navy cloth and centered witha 1
Wed Aug. 19 Willard Crawford and Rev.
e Every Monday & Tuesday TO CALORIES THAT silver punch bowl. Silver Drake, soloists, presented a ,
TASTE ,LIKE'" MILLION trays held dainty sandwichesand
Mr. and Mrs. Deal of program of nuptial music. ;
cakes. Misses Carol Henry l'
HAPPY DAYS MENU
100 6-PACKS STRAWBERRY Bloodworth and Debbie Perry, announce the engage- Stuart Duncan attended his f
BEEF HAMBURCER..2S. PINTS ment and brother as best man and Mark
CHOCOLATE Spengler presided at the approaching ,
usher. Door

FRENCH FRIES...................,,.25' CUPS VANILLA punch Assisting bowl. in serving and Robin marriage, to Jerre of their Starling daughter son, Joyner ushers were was Doug Bennett, .

WORLDS GREATEST DQ SHAKE................25' caring for the guests were of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wayne Wheeler Duncan and Jimmy Mr. and Mrs. Jl nmy Lee Duncan

DQ SUNDAE...... 25' \Mrs. H.H. Adams, Mrs. S,G. Starling of Lawtey. Miss Brenda May attendedas with camelia leaves and white and doves and topped with a
.. ................. Denmark, Mrs. V.J. Robin is a 1976 graduate of
Spengler, bride and standing in a
( School. maid of honor and Miss carnations.A groom
VI Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs Taylor County High Trixy Moore, sister of the reception was held in the petite garden house. The cake
Breakfast For She is employed with the
Taste
Every George Roberts, Sr., Mrs.
flanked with two
bride, was bridesmaid. The church of God FellowshipHall. was large
Department of Health and
Served Daily From 6AM lo 11 A H': i George Roberts, Jr. and Mrs. Rehabilitative Service in attendants were attired alikein Mrs. Charles Schmitt white candle holders burning

Eggs, Ham, Bacon Sausage, Hashbrowns, Richard Roberts. Tallahassee.Jerre long lavender qulana knit greeted the guests at the door large purple candles. The
The hostesses presented the with of Gail Rhoden thebride's cake was made by Mrs. Farlm
Grits & Buttermilk Biscuits 70 beta er PH 31" Ol Cup honoree with the is a 1976 gradaute of capelets and Miss kept
cream and lavender
McClellan and to the
Bradford School.He floral chiffon. They book.Standing given
sugar servers to her chosen is County with High Blank wore a small bunch of in the receivingline couple as a gift. Cutting the

Dairy Queen the china occasion.pattern as a memento. of ship employed and Lee, Inc. en-in lavender flocks and baby'sbreath were the bride and groom, cake were Mrs. Donald May,
in their hair, and the bride's mother, groom's Miss Ann Moore and Mrs.
Tallahassee.
1401 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Flo. 964.7478 Invited to call between the carried a miniature parasol of parents and attendants. McClellan.
The will be
hours 4 and 6 wedding an
p.m were 100 of white wicker filled with ivy, Decorating the hall were The punch table was
guests. event August 19 at 5 m. at
Maclay Gardens p in lavender daisies and baby'sbreath baskets of asparagus fern, covered with a white lace
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Tallahassee.No accented with a bow jade palms and Yucca trees at cloth over purple linen and
and streamers of the capelet points of interest. Behind theide's held two crystal punch bowls
invitations are being material. table the wall and was centered with an
on were
88" Tuxedo Bed sent relatives locally are but cordially all friends invited.aaaaaaaa and. Little Miss Beth Moore, two large lavender hearts arrangement of lavender
Sofa niece of the bride, was flower trimmed with white ribbons flowers and tall tapers with
girl and was gowned identical and flowers. two hearts interlocking with
to the honor attendant. The bride's table was wedding rings. Misses Evelyn
'-- Mrs. George Armitage of Benjy Bass was ringbearerand covered with a white lace Duncan and Janet Duncan
m ;,, 1A7J \ J J; Lakeland Is visiting her sister, carried a heart shaped cloth over purple velvet and presided at the punch bowls
W 1 y -- I Mrs. Earl B. Searing, this pillow decorated with orchid centered with a four tiered and were assisted by Miss
--V W..l --- week. and lavender silk butterflies. cake trimmed with lavender Darlene Rhoden.

I'.H y Given in marriage by her flowers, butterflies Passing out rice bags were
r GET A FREE FACIAL uncle, Kenny Scarbro, the cherubims, and white swans Robin and Joy May,
bride wore a long gown of silk Following a wedding trip to
-,, \\Hicur,eorrnw organza and chiffon. Rufflesof South Carolina the couple will
chiffon and peau d'ange BPW Club Wins reside at Buford S.C. where
I : N lace accented the fitted Mr. Duncan is stationed with
a t : Ll bodice, illusion neckline and Four AwardsThe the U.S. Marine Corps.
: H' GLAMOURAMASaturday hemline. The gown was Mr. and Mrs. Duncan are
l enhanced with white daisies both graduates of Bradford
,' trpgl. ,, August 6, 1977 and tiny white silk butterflies; Starke Business and High School.
Professional Women's Club
fC 9 a.m. to 8 pm. it had long sleeves and chapel
train. She wore a fingertip veil won four awards this year and
Pratt St. Rec. CenterRefreshments of illusion, accented with were presented to the club at FLORIDA
1 white daisies and tiny white the state convention.
silk butterflies and gatheredinto THERTRESTARKE
.. Door Prizes a Juliet cap. She carried a President Sonia Camp displayed -
Large Matching *w' white wedding fan covered the awards and gave a 904-5441'
Tub Chair report of the convention at the
club meeting July 28 which 5
WANTED WANTED met at the Chamber of Com- BIG DAYS

merce building.New .
1 A God Used Surplus Restaurant EquipmentOf Fri. thru Tues.

member Anne Schultzwas
Most Kinds Contact Us welcomed to the club. RON HOWARD

Della Rosenberg conducted a n FuN* LAND MITER

And Oh Yes We Have The all brief parliamentary drill with. tutu men tfitt ntntn!
'- members participating.Faye
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With 2 ,_ .,-- \\' Best Deal For You With New
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and Lucille Shuford
In Durable Vinyl I Plastic A ,', .,,- To Solo Bed At Open Night The Restaurant Equipment Co. presented a program on i Ilt
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w .. Heavy frame construction with, yon foam euihioning' tn lovely .PLUS.
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Neumans and James ,Davis Jr.Wed

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The Methodist Youth Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Dukes. !
Miss Dorene Elizabeth Fellowship went tubing on the Schwab and son, Eddie, of and daughters are spending
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Neumans. daughter of Mr. Ichetucknee River Sunday Merritt Island spent the Wednesday and Thursday at \ 1
J and Mrs. Ernest Harold Reddish afternoon. Enjoying the affair weekend with Mrs. Myrtle Daytona Beach.
Neumans of Macclenny, and a surprise were Jeffery Taylor John Anderson.Mr. I
James Aaron Davis, Jr., son night at the David Francis. Irene Mr. and Mrs. Robert "
- of Mr. and Mrs. James Aaron Church Wainwright, John and Stacey and Mrs. Joe Gissy, McAteer of Cairo, Ga. and I
Davis of Theressa were service. Denmark Vickie Terry and daugters Karen and Denise, Mrs.Fred Field of Tampa are II
united In marriage on July 16 is moving to Kelli Carver, Jay, Len and and son, Donald, were vacationing guests this week of Mr. and I:
at 7:30: p.m. in the First to teach the Carmen Eaves Mary Anne in West Union, W. Va. Mrs. George Flynn Jr. at I '
Baptist Church of Macclenny. Spanish and Kevin Miller, Chuck, the past two weeks. Kingsley Lake. 'I'
Rev. O'Nell Sharpe performed and is looking Brooke and Grant Williams, I
the nuptials. a Shawn, Cana, Todd and Dirk Mrs. Marjorie Jones re- Mrs Joan Chltty and '
Organ music was provided people's Schmidt. Chaperones attending turned last Friday after two daughters, Karen and Sandra, I
by Mrs. Mary Hart. The month or were Mr. and Mrs. week's visit with her son-in- Mrs. Don Rardon and Miss i
soloist, Miss Tami Sharpe! a bible Don Hardenbrook, Mr. and law and daughter, Mr. and Pam Pratt spent the weekend \
was accompanied by Mike Spanish Mrs. Morris Williams, Mrs. Mrs. Jerry Tainter, and at Orlando after picking "
Hurst at the piano.A and Carolyn Eaves, Larry White family in Santa Maria, Calif Sandra up from camp at Lake t I
large candelabra with join the Rev. Cindy Smith, Mr. and Mrs. 'They visited Disneyland Wales at noon Friday. While i
running greenery centered the family in Pamela Chapman, Jay Carver and Mr. and Mrs. Knoxberry Farms and pointsof in the area they visited Disney /
front of the church, with green John Schmidt. interest while there. World. Spook Hill,, Circus
palms and candelabras was held in Michael GaskinsEngagement WorldStarsHallofFameand ''i
extending to the sides of the where a Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sparks re- Wet and Wild World. I
church. green color Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lenart turned Wednesday from two
Told and
Randy Hicks attended as out'in the five children of week's vacation in Williams- Mrs. Blanche Otto of
best man. Ushers were Stuart 4&f Lakewood, Ohio spent last burg, Va., visiting their uncle Seminole and Mrs. Mona
Duncan and Richard Hall. table was Mr and Mrs. A.W. week with their aunt", Mrs. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Weimer of Keystone Heights I
Serving as maid of honor Trucking."I"white linen Chapman of Raiford announcethe Josephine visited Cumber. They Murray In St. George, S.C. visited Mrs. L.A. Canova 'I
was Miss Rhonda Kirkland. linen and engagement of their Disney World and and several days at Jekyll Friday night enroute to
The' bridal attendants were Pamela Jo, to Michael Clinton Silver Springs while here. Island. Chapel Hill, N.C. II,
Miss Beth Davis, sister of the Gaskins son of Mr. and Mrs. .
bridegroom, and Miss Sharon tables Arthur R. Gaskins of Lawtey.The .I.'I

-pebbled:;Collins. pink Their dresses long pale were, with and white green wedding will be an ,- .. .. . .. \

:decorated with white daisies with event of September 9 at New
'with yellow centers, accented daisies. Oak Grove Baptist Church in TEST DRIVE I
"with green leaves. The 250 Alachua. .
dresses featured an empire enjoyed

sleeves.waistline Each and short attendant puff Miss Chapman and Mr. THE AMAZI NfiRabbit

;carried: a nosegay --- Gaskins both graduated from i :
Arrangement of white daisies !! Robert Bradford High School. She f
:with yellow centers and pink ri the past graduated in 1977 and he
satin streamers. and are graduated in 1975 and is em-
Little Miss Denise Alford, to ployed at Blalock's Meat
cousin of the bride, attendedas ... where they Market. i ii
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the flower girl. She was ,' home.
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Mr. and Mrs. James Davie Jr. i: CARPET J I!d111NG ROOM ROOM /'/ : I
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f attired like the bridesmaidsand and pink tapers.Following CLEANING & HALL ..-. ..-. -.. ,I
carried
I a white basket a
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with pink satin streamers the Smokey ,
containing pink rose petals. couple. residing In .
Given in marriage by her The bride is a 1977 And Tint MilLER-BROWN
father the bride wore a long of Baker High This Low Price MOTORS i
white silk organza over satin Macclenny. Mr. |
gown with a fitted bodice graduated from
highlighted with embroidered High School in 1974 HOME-485-1528
flowers and pink satin ribbon. employed by Davis 24 Hr. 372-3OO9 =
The gown featured a stand up . .. -

9 collar and double bell sleeves
edged in lace. The bride's
fingertip veil was edged in
scalloped lace and was
secured to a crown of pearls
and lace. She carried a
cascade arrangement of
daisies with yellow centers
and yellow sweetheart roses
Kim Tenlyi on a background of greenerywith
streaming pink satin
Rodney GriffisEngagement ribbons.
Following the wedding a
Told reception was held In the

Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Tenly church The tables Fellowship at the Hall.reception RANGE SALE NOTICE IF YOU PUN TO Bur A NEW MAJOR Need A FREEZER?
announce the engagement of were covered with white linen

their Rodney daughter Milford Kim Griffis Elaine, son, to of cloths bride's trimmed table was in lace.centered The This Notice APPLIANCE OR T.V. DON'f IIISS THIS FANTASTIC Cane n And See This Big Family

Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Griffis, with a four tiered cake ". J
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all of Starke. decorated with white daisies K ON. TEAR END CLOSEOUTS: -- __ Size j I
and yellow centers and green
leaves,topped with a little boy Big I-- NOw
Youth Enjoy and girl bride and groom. On '

Movie NightThe two both crystal sides of candleholders the cake were 30' Ony Yes We Have Terms Or r'V al

containing pink tapers. At
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each end of the table was an 30-60-90 Days Same Sale
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Christian Messengersof arrangement of white and Electric
the First Christian Churchof yellow daisies with greenery
Starke had a movie night ;on wicker trays. Miss Nancy
July 16 at the church on West ,Cruz and Miss Cheryl Lowerycut Range As Cash
Call Street. "The AbsentMinded the cake.Centering .
Professor" and the punch table
"Jason and the Argonauts" .was an epergnette arrange- MODEL J30Z*
were the films featured. ment of pink rosebuds with FREE & Service
Delivery
Popcorn and drinks were |greenery and pink tapers. o y
enjoyed by the Messengers ;Highlighting the arrangementwas
and their guests. a white stairway con- $ > 00
The was joined by 18 8 c \
group i taining miniature wedding '
members of the youth group i party. At each end of the table W/Tracte 19" Color T.V.
Big -
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from Orange Park Christian was a crystal punch bowl.
Church. The Christian Messengers who attended this Tina Baker and Miss Cindy FREE F R 00MocH
event were Bruce Johns j McLean. S288
Terry Goodge, Christie The bride's book was kept ,.I,,;, E Now Only
Faulkner. Lynne Johns Carol |by Miss RoxAnne Kirkland at E a !
Hayes and their sponsors. i iMr. ii a table accented by an FlySwatter's E rllEE
I i epergnette arrangement of E
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greenery

and Mrs. Bob Fergusonand For The D E Fo/' theiI OOI1$ 1
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Hank Kyle and son were THE BRADFORD E performance R kids '
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Page TELEGRAPH August,wl

Cynthia Hamilton and Lester Cockram Jr. Deborah Marshall and George Trinchet Pair Drug ArrestedOn Counts


Wed July 23 in Lake Butler Repeat Vows Julv. 2 At Community- Church Two Ralford men were
arrested during an apparent
cotton voile over a tafetta The bride's table was pot party Saturday night after
and carried
Miss Cynthia LaTrelle a single yellowsilk The Community Church in
covered with midnight at the
Dyal
a
skirt. The fitted bodice white lace .
of stemmed
Hamilton, daughter Mr. long rose. tablecloth and Keystone Heights was the
and Thomas B. Hamilton Bill Rink of Jacksonvillewas featured a sweetheart neck- an underlayer Cemetery.
Mrs. setting for the wedding July 2
of pink taffeta. In Dennis Rogers, 19, was
line and the sleeves were of the center
best and
of Brooker; and Lester T. man Blake and at 2:30: p.m. of Deborah
the tiered cake arrested for possession
" Cockram, Jr., son of Mr. and Zed Hamilton, brothers of the Venise lace. Her veil was of was topped Charlene Marshall of Waldo, of
Mrs. Lester ';1'. Cockram, Sr., bride, served as ushers. sheerest bridal illusion on a with a cupid ornament. daughter Mr.and Mrs. C.W. narcotic paraphernalia and
Lighted Glen E. Griffin, 19, was
candelabra arrested
Juliet covered with lace.
Master David Hamilton cap
of Bassett, Virginia were Marshall, Sr of SR-100 Westof of
I united in marriage July 23 at 8 served his sister and the! Tiny lace rosebuds embellished interspersed with fresh Keystone Heights, to for possession Bradford marl-
; pm. at the Lake Butler groom as ring bearer, the outer layer of flowers refreshment of pastel colors gracedthe George Trinchet of Waldo, son y jauna by County
Church of Christ. carrying the rings on a white illusion. She carried a nosegay table. of Mrs.Olga Serrano of Miami deputies.
of tiny pink sweetheart roses Miss Christy Benton and Both were released on bond.
Minister Larry Albritton heart shaped satin and the late Paul Trinchett of
performed the double ring Mrs. Thomas Hamilton, made of silk interspersed with Masters Tommy and Kevin Miami. 1J....K-- ,
mother of the bride soft shades of yellow.A Hamilton passed out rice bags
ceremony against a back- wore a Rev. Tom Poeton, pastor of
ground of palms, greeneryand long turquoise gown with an reception was held in the during the reception. the church, performed the Mrs. Esma Yongue, Mrs.
lighted tapers. overlay of chiffon, accentedby fellowship building. Guests Assisting in serving the nuptials.The Thelma Dean and Mrs. Ella
Mrs. Blake Hamilton was an orchid corsage. were greeted at the door by guests were: Mrs. Bill altar was highlightedwith Green of Fairfield were last
the bride's sole attendant. She The bride, given in Mrs. Ray Crawford. Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. DeWitt two baskets of white Friday guests of Mrs. Lila
wore a yellow chiffon dress marriage by her father, worea Carol Poque registered guestsin Brannen, Mrs. Ralph Read, daisies and two smaller Caldwell.
accented with a hat of yellow long gown of antique white the bride's book. Mrs. John P. Hale Sr., Mrs. arrangements of daisies on
Leo Hill, Mrs. Glenn
the bannister. Mrs. G.J. McGriff, Sr. returned -
..... Hendricks, Mrs. Ray Powell, Mrs. Sonja Lewis, organist, Saturday after three
, LEE & WRANGLER Ms. Ann Benton and Ms. presented a program of weeks' visit with her son and
Ernestine Courtney. nuptial music. family, Mr. and Mrs. Pat
D After a wedding trip to Randy Gaston of Miami b't McGriff, in Milwaukee WI|,!.
Virginia,the couple will make
Pre Washed attended best CharlesW.
\ as man.
40 % their home in Gainesville. Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and
Marshall, Jr.,. brother of
j the bride, was usher. daughters, Dianne and Betsy?
Ms. Dana Manning of went to Crescent City Friday
t. JEANS p.r60n t Keystone Heights served as and picked up their aunt, Mrs.
Off f1'! matron of honor. She wore a .' Danny Davis,and all spent the
", ") 'ijl11""/, pastel green floral print gown : weekend at St.. Augustine'.
/
r,. with empire waist tied in back .ff' Beach.
Baker who has been
Larry ,
and wore a matching pastel .
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of the Eckerd Main :
manager green summer hat. She ',it. Local admittances to
Street store in Gainesville the basket of Bradford County Hospital this
carried a matching
& StetsonsAsst.
Hats
Straw R past year, has been transferred yellow daisies and baby's .:t."il';$ week include: from Starke -
F back to StarkeEckerd's breath. .I f Mrs. Rose Addison, Soloman

.. Brands 4' store. Miss Tommie Sue Marshallof Jarvis Mrs.Sarah Strickland,
Keystone Heights attendedher \' Mrs. Edna Underwood, Mrs.
Jack Carter and
Mrs. son,
? Jay, of Douglasville, Ga. sister as bridesmafd floral She Silcox Nettie, Walter Crawford Starling, William, Mrs.
25% '? LADIES spent the weekend with her wore a yellow pastel ''l
floor length dress with ,. Dorothy Griffis, and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. A.G. ,". 'f"< '>1', 'r" .
Denim I Colored parents Loudon and attended theluneral matching summer hat and I : '.' '.., ;>1>'. Frances Birt; from Lawtey
Off of Mr. Carter'smother carried a yellow basket of t -1' r Mrs. Clara Brewer, Nathan
Mrs. Claire O'Quinn, yellow daisies and baby's .. Griffis, Mrs. Ruth Tyler and
SHORTS 400ff on Saturday.Mr. breath. r Mrs. Annie Starling; from
Little Miss Mary Ellen Keystone Heights Kenneth
and Mrs. Rex Smith of Jolley of Middleburg was iII!! -.II Reighard. ; from Brooker -
J '//4m MEN'S LADIES & KIDS Largo were Sunday and flower girl and Master Coy .- Daniel Moore.
of Middle-
BOOTS 10-30% Off i Monday mother, Mrs.visitors Bertha.of Pearce.her Robertson burg was ring-bearer.Jolley Mr and Mr. George Trinchet- Mr. and Mrs. Ted B. Stilley
Given in marriage by her of Jacksonville were Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke father, the bride wore a white at Summerfield, South of Mr. Trinchet is a 1969 guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.C.
WRANGLER SPORTS WEIR 30% and sons of Bradenton spent bridal gown of chantilly lace Ocala. graduate of North Miami High Buford.
weekend with her with a fitted! bodice, the The bride is a 1975 graduate School and is a bass player for
Pants, Jacket & Vest the mother,
Off Mrs. Shellie Gerle. sculptured neckline was of Bradford High School. a band.
accented with seed pearls and ----r. : I
MEN'S irridescent sequins and long :'
LADIESJUMP d Mrs. Mary Overholster has
? returned after six week's visit pointed sleeves. The dress
ESTERN SHIRTS with friends and relatives in was layered with lace which
Indiana. extended into a cathedral 9
SUIT Ohio and
train. She wore a fingertip Pharmacist has
Mr. and Mrs. Pete length, chantilly\ lace mantilla
% Off 30% OffMen's Strickland and three children and carried a white woven "tried them all.! .
r1 t of Platte City, Mo. and Mrs. basket filled with white
\ L.W. Strickland of Wildwoodwere daisies and baby's breath
with lace to match .discovers weight
'" Monday visitors of Mrs. accented .
4 Western Shirts fi W.H. Hart and Mrs. Ella her dress.A control
f Moody. reception was held at the programthat I
(Short Sleeve & Long Sleeve) home of the bride's parents.. .
Mrs. W.F. Herlong has bad The bride's table was realty works!
Lea Wrangler Karman Parnell covered with a white lace
as visitors Mrs. Lucy
cloth and centered with a
of Gainesville last Tuesdayand tiered cake Pharmacist Dan Smith ofBurger's _.....4
1% Off Herlong Mr.and and Mr.Mrs.and Mark Mrs. three decorated with wedding white daisies Drug Store in St. -.'.

F.V. Herlong of Jacksonvilleon and topped by two cupids. Charles, Illinois is a NaturSlim 'T _
This was flanked by tapered "believer"after losing 18 pounds "
Boy's Lone Sleeve Ladies Sunday. candles in silver .,.. ": '" \-\
yellow in just two weeks. After hear a '-;:;."
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WESTERN SHIRTS Mrs. Charles Fink and holders. The attendants ing so much about the NaturSlim ""a '" f
PURSES in front of
bouquet was placed "
children of Green Cove program from customers and seeing
the cake. Mrs. O.C.'Tarver of _
JiI
visited her mother '
30% Off Springs Jacksonville cut the cake. the excellent results they were' .,.
40% Off I Mrs.Ella Moody, last Friday Sandy Blankenship, cousin having, Dan decided to try it himself. "" _" .&._ \

Mathew Herres Is in Bella- of the bride, kept the bride's "In my many years as a pharmacist I've .J
fontaine, Ohio this week book. Mrs. Jesse Jolley of seen and tried numerous weight-loss plans
Pull Dyers Tank visiting his grandmother,. Middleburg presided at the but none have worked as well for me as NaturShm.
Wrangler Tops bowl. *
Mrs. Marguerite Herres. punch And NatuiShm is very nutritional too!"
Following a wedding trip to
After three months, Dan has not regained of the lost
Miami the couple is residing any
Off Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Loudonof
Halter & Blouses 30%
Tops Tampa spent the weekend pounds either as so often happens when "rebounding" from star-
with Mr. and Mrs. W.T. onat vation diet plans. He maintains his weight by taking NaturSlimonce
Ladies PURR-PANTIES LADIES SANDALS Jackson, Sr. and family. P.r daily. and eating normally otherwise.

Dan says, "It was surprisingly easy too! I didn't have to attend

Rag; 2 Pairs s 3" 40% Off Durwood Mrs. J.W.Jones Jones of Florence and, Mr. and Mrs.P.T. Nolin and any weigh-ins, starve myself or do any special exercises'::

S.C. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.Ona Cotton spent Sunday With the NaturSlim program, there are no shots drugs or long
T.B. Harding Sr. for .several with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cotton lists of forbidden foods. In fact, you are encouraged to eat a
Country Hub days. in Hastings.Mr. normal,well-balanced dinner every day.
The next time you are in the St. Charles area, stop by Burger's'
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen and Mrs. Orin Reddish,
Drugs and see Dan yourself Hell tell you personally what he
Jr. of Lake Butler were
and Mr. and Mrs. Winfred
thinks about NaturSlim!
i St. Lake Butler, Fla Hazen of Gainesville were Friday visitors of Mr. and
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Whitehead.S.T. .
Mrs. M.F. Hazen.
Dell of Gainesville
visited his aunt Mrs. J.E.
Wilson last Thursday. ;1
ur1i ::

THEMILKYWRT. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dobbs of
Lake City visited her sister, a nutritional aid to
Mrs. Elva McRae, on healthful weight reduction
Saturday. =:
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Mary Ann Stefanelli of ",
Gainesville is visiting her Available At:
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Stefanelli, this week.
KOCH DRUG STORE ::
Mrs. John Snead of Tampa .:
visited Mr. and Mrs. B.J. 166 W. Call St. Starke Florida
What kind of ,
feeding In September of 1976 satisfactorily, too, one of Eggers on Saturday.

program do you have? Gold Kist 20% RroBalance'dDairy the worst winters we've

How much is it cost' Pellets were introduced experienced.

ing you? into the Bassett feeding mix. But even on the coldest

How well is it paying off "We were pleased with days we didn't have any A ONLY 4 ..

in production and profits? the response we got. perceptible loss in milk N'rP;' ';

These are seemingly We were able to get our production, and this meant i kt .

simple routine questions. cows on feed more easily a lot to us7: -

But talk them over with than we have in past falls, In dollars and cents .- 00/

a Gold Kist feed specialist and we increased milk six to this feeding program meant V Cr

and you might be surprised seven pounds per cow over a lot too. 8x10Portrait

at the possibilities] for what we had in past years. The added cost of feed ..

improvements in the way We carried the cows ing FVo'Balanced Pellets was M

you feed. through,. the,winter vcrvTlllman $126 a day.

Consider the epe' //001.. : ..#, ::.... The return in increasedrienceofWiImerBaSsettof

"er--' 4 income: $1080 a day. No Appointment Necessary PI... 50. '11.. Ch.r.

Monticello, Flonda. ,;j Maybe you should talk Full Selection of.POM. LIMIT 1 P.rP.r..n J f.. Family
Mr. Bassett has a dairy feed with a Gold Kist feed No Age Limit 1..1' S.bi.ct $3.95

farm, milking about 1,200 Gr.1 SI.S *.. P.rt.n
specialist at your Farmerscows All Work Guaranteed

a day.Becase Mutual Ex hange.
of the size of his -
He can't "

5 herd pasturage is at a premium the moon but guarantee he might you help 'W'' ", Never Before At This Price

! ,and the cows are pri ;' you reach the Milky Way. .

It'. manly fed on bay silage,and \, Gold Kist ,

commercial feed. Good things 'j:r, .

I So feed costs: are critical of for the f farm Wi 'f. Montgomeryward

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"We made the state play the offensive line with Smith Marcus Cruce, 5-11 and 180. year at offensive tackle In a the spring Woods is a tough Lettermen Chuck Register.

Introducingour offs for the last three years, and Cummings providing the had never played center pinch Hutchinson could fill in hard worker and showed good 5.9 and 155. and Issah Jenkins.

but I'm is afrais our inexper" only game experience. before the spring but showed at offensive tackle on the improvement in the spring 5-9 and 160. will play the weak
ience catching up with us, "real' good improvement" this Couch Hurse Woods side linebacker
strong side season, but says. spot where
Coach
says veteran David OFFENSE making the switch from the will be factorin both will
new Coach Hurse is hoping his inexperience a ,see considerable
of the
Hurse upcoming 1977 Other than the two linemen
offensive guard and defensive depth doesn't run that the early season but he action
football season for which experienced offensive returnees tackle positions he played on should be an improved
shallow, because a big man player
partnerUUAYNE practice starters starts August will 15, are former wideouts the junior varsity where he would be a real asset to the with every game, Hurse/ adds, Monster man will be Essau
return and
Eight Allan Norman Jeffery was starter. Competition for backfield. Barry Morris, 5-11 and 160 Bright. a 5-11. 170 pound
from the 1976 Bradford
High Norman and split end Stanley the starting job will come will fight it out with Woods for letterman Bright will be
eleven which went 9-3, won the Williams, all lettermen. from Mike 5.9 and 165 the tackle
Muse
Dale
The DEFENSE spot backed by Rogers 5-9
district. 76 Tornado
Norman was backup
Jeffery
the starting JV center last and 150 I t I
eleven lost to Veterans Martv Russell, ,
only defendingstate last
champion Ocala Forest, quarterback and right year now as has a year who has also moved up to Roland Cummings, Kenneth \Mark Moseley a potential Cornerbacks will be I Donald I'':

and to St. Augustine, and the sophomore the inside track on the starting the varsity. Cruger and Lawrence Patrick starter at defensive end is Reddish 5-9 and 155; 1 Dwaym- j' I,
season playoff caller's Allan Weak side guard Ricky will provide the nucleus of lost to the team due to an injury Cummings 5-11 and 155 and
post game. job.
signal Johns, 5-7 and 150, showed Harold Waters 5-9 and l 15o.:
Coach Mike Sexton's defense, to his back in the spring.
Just two starters return to Norman will be switched to f
the starting offensive line. split end to take advantage of good improvement in the giving experience at end, Moseley will be missed very These players are up from the

FEEDS Tackle Bobby Smith 6-2 and his size, 6-0 and 180 pounds, spring after coming up from tackle middleguard, and linebacker much says Coach Hurse. Thatis JV have good quickness, and
215. and guard Issac and to give the team more the JV Due to his quickness what prompted the move of should be able to !get the job I
Johns could considerable .
see Cummings from tackle to done. Coach Hurse says.Free
Cummings 5-11 and 172 will in situations where
strength
action this season Coach "We expect Roland Cum defensive end, I
give the Tornadoes a capableand end in close
the tight moves as
offensive Hurse says. mings to be one of the most Alton !Moore 5.11 and 160 safety will be played J
experienced blocker.
-r weak side. Every other a Williams will be physical defensive ends in our has good speed and Is also In letterman David Carter. 6-
Stanley BUS will have a completenew district," Coach Hurse. 1 l'and 165 Carter
I starter will be a new face. moved to flanker back for the says line for a starting j job at has good
offensive backfield this Cummings will be moved and could :
defensive end with Cummings range bi u standout
If Tornadoes
tWi the to to
are upcoming season provide fall. Quarterback Jeffery from his defensive tackle Coach Hurse says.1 I
the football there.
I't move some new experience Norman 5-9 and 165 worked position, but learns quickly, ,
people who haven't played be- As flanker back this season .
hard this summer, Coach Russell moves well for a big
fore will have to come throughon with Williams will be Richard
RUSSELL CONTRACTING CO.
Hurse says. "We hope Jefferycan man, 250( pounds and is expected -
the side of the and
strong Milner, 5-8 140; Avery pick where he left off to anchor his side of the II
offensive line, Coach Hurse Shell 5-8 and 155. and Mark up 2731 Dennis Dr Orange Park, Fla. 32073 I
,points out. Slocum, 5.7 and 130. and start we we hope need he'll get the good line at starter tackle. He's a three "Serving You For 6 Years"ALL

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NP new. Letterman tight end David Reddish, 5-11 and 175; Marvin tackles last year at mid-
t tarr Four defensive starters FREE ESTIMATES CALL
? WA1M return around which Coach Walker 6-6 and 195 will be Tyson, 5-7 and 167, and dleguard. He's expected to be 269-1200...
$ used this season as both tight Eugene Hutchinson, 6and) the best nose man in the district
1 defensive Mike Sexton unit.must build Defensive a new end and split end. Walker got 202, Reddish, the JV quarter- and to> make even more
... varsity experience last back last season, will also be tackles because of defensive
%2N tackles Russell 6-1 and year
"i- ,nf1i M -wH- Marty letterman, and had a good spring, and is worked at quarterback on the changes Coach Sexton will
250 a two year much improved, says Coach varsity, but will be primarilya install to take advantage of '
ur had 0*.tr Roland Cummmgs, 6-0( and, Hurse. Letterman Kenny running back where he did a Cruger's ability rj'-
180, will return, as will nose
Rodngue, 5-11 and 175, backedup good job in the spring. Hurse Patrick is expected to havean .' 1 1'I
Wayne Feeds one of the oldest and best known guard Kenneth Cruger, 5.9 says >
college signee Steve outstanding season at lino '
and 185, who led the team in
names in animal feeds today has joined with us tackles in 1976 with his cat Earnest at tight end last year. backer. /He has grown to 62 'I

in our effort to better serve our customers. quickness Rodrique is expected to step in Speedster Marvin Tyson and 1W Patrick's range has 1 ,
and do fine was a workhorse backon and his ,
Linebacker Lawrence a job this season, running improved over-all pl.iv I II
Recognized as not only a pioneerbut an innovatorm Patrick is the lone starter returning .says Hurse. the JV for two seasons andis has improved lie should have I

Wayne Feeds is a leader in the development of to the defensive Starters Bobby Smith, who expected to be an asset to a good year Coach Hurse
missed spring practice due to the varsity backfield. Big man says. ,
for livestock pet and secondary. A
programmed feedlnQ poultry, grown
up a kidney injury the first day of in the varsity backfield will be At the weak side tackle spot I Ir
Patrick 6.2 and
specialty animalsWe expected, now to be a standout.192 is practice, and Issac Cummings Hutchinson, who lettered last is Fred Woods 5-9 and I 175 out Screen RoomsoPatio CoverstPool Enclosures

will anchor the weak side of for football for the I list time in Sa Ae 18
promise to do all we can to help our customers Letterman wideouts Jeffrey the offensive line. Grid Practice

increase their knowledge in the ewer.changing field also Norman and this Allan Norman But Hurse and his staff must I____ "" ""' ........"" .., .
of agribusiness, and help them to lower risk and does return Stanley Williams season who as come up with capable playersfor Starts Aug. 15 -

improve output and profitability) lettered at split end. the strong side of the

So there will be lot of offensive line, the tackle and Football practice ill begin
a
Together, we dedicate ourselves to find new and ,
will STOCK GAB RACING
guard be
positions filled
positions to be won in the August 15 at Bradford High
better to animals to improvethe
ways grow constantly month before the season either by a player who School with an organizational
quality and quantity of vitally rich protein foods opener with Ocala Vanguard develops into a varsity per- meeting set for !9 a.m.
and to increase your return on investment. un September 16. former, a player up from the according to Head Coach """

"If we can hold on at the JV or perhaps a new player David /Hurse I I EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT I i iI
who
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Feed for \ \ start of the season, we can bea moves into the commu- Players are requested by ;
i
L.l\1lJ( challenger in late season," nity. If one of those three Hurse to go to the Bradford
) things doesn't happen the County
the difference says Hurse. Health Department
.
I .fr""Jr.p: WAYNE .But we really have to get Tornado offense will be this Friday Aug. 5. 'for a WARM-UP 1st RACE '
Lr J
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hurting Hurse )
,
innovations candidly 'j
ANIMAL. off to a good start The boys physical examination which is .
must report in good condition admits. required for participation in I '\ 7:00: PM 800; P.M.
HEALTH
make. ." Hurse adds he is happyto 1m tball. Coach Hurse sa>s.

Feed Wayne "' AIDS say most of the players On the coach's preseason The team will practice at 9 / ) l Late Models & Hobby Div
have been working out real lineup. Kevin Neel 5.9 and a m and 5 p.m. each day for .
Ttln. veil this summer. 205 has the inside track on the the first two weeks Mondav

At this point, Hurse believesthe strong tackle job Neel was Wl'dnesdaand Friday: I Columbia County Speedway
Moon Light Enterprises defense is further along switched from defensive mornings will be devoted to

than the offense. tackle in the spring. Coach practice as will all afternoon '

Now Has 2 LocationsTo "I I think in the Spring that Hurse says he expects much sessions Tueosdaand" Hwy41 at 1,75 ELLISVILLE I

Coachlikel(! ) Sexton broughthis improvement from Neel this Thursday mornings will he -
Better Serve You fall. "I 1 think he can skull sessions.
develop
defense along real well.
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fine
into a offensive football
\\ere all
Nip 100 I. 4 Ml Lest Of Ilk liHir/ AM| It.. )I. not disappointed" at player,"
in the defense. ..
lit IvHtr. A. Rillru4 /pat, But the offense is not as ad Kirk Minton 5-11 and 165 .. '7 ."... 1
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now sUs alone the t
vanced. Hurse Coach in strong .: t .11 _
says. '
Call 496-2093 Open 8-6 P.M. Denn>' Hanson will have to rebUild guard. islot. Minton played ..1:>>f>l '""'r"h'" I'IAEE'S Ire \.
the defensive secondary. strong guard the entire spring t : :
:New: offensive) line coach Bob and Coach hurse is hopeful he

Hanson; who came here from will become capable of doing a .

Live Oak. will have to rebuild varsity job.




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Norman's Farm Women's Softball Team Heads For 2nd Try At State Tourney Win


By Andy Strickland home the state championshipfor champions and runner-ups tournaments like they did last play will be against the Starke
Norman's Farm Softball the second year in a row.: will advance to the Regional year, Norman's has compileda Gatorettes at 8 Saturday
Team will travel to Boca Tournament in Mobile, Ala., 36-16 record against some of morning. The Gatorettes just '
Raton this coming weekend to This Is the first tournamenton the weekend of Aug. 19,20 and the toughest competition in won the District II w I
defend their Women's Open' the road to the National 21, with the winner and the nation.
Slow Pitch title.Norman' Championship which will beheld runner-up advancing to the championship, which sent
hopes to bring! in Graham N.C. Labor nationals. Oddly enough, the first them on to state play in Boca Ir
Day weekend. The state Although not winning game that Norman Farm will Raton.Tournament N M M it N I
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I starke. Gatorettes: Head For State Saturday I I


Gatorettes jumped ahead in It.
By Susan Blalock the first inning scoring five With the bases loaded Karen I
tw Starke Gatorettes, city runs to Inland's 1. Inland Purpura hit a triple to clean'
league champions,went undefeated came back in the fourth to tie them out. Carolyn Redding
in District II in the score at 6 each, but the followed with a home run. ,
Crystal River this pas flay Gatorettes were hitting well getting the Gatorettes fired up
end, sending them on to the again scoring runs and to go on to win 16-5.
State Tournament in Boca pulling away from Inland for Leading the hitting attack in I
Raton this Saturday, the remainder of the game. this game were Carolyn
The Gatorettes opened There were 16 hits in this Redding and Beverly Kendall, I
yAK Saturday morning against game, with Carolyn Redding each 3-for-4; Susan Blalockwas
a Inland Equipment of leading the attack with a 4for4 2-for-3 and Karen
I Leesburg, winning 129. The and three home runs. Susan Purpura went 2-for-4
Blalock was 2-for-3 with one The championship game
Startte Men Win home run and Violet Kendall, Sunday matched Daniel's
Karen Purpura, Frances Lumber of Lake City againstthe !I
At SpeedwayStarke Coltrane each going 2-for-4. Gatorettes. This game
The next game pitted the played on a rainy, muddy field
F'f men were at it again( Gatorettes against the host saw very little action, with the -- -- -- I INorman's
at the Columbia County team, the Crystal River All- Gatorettes coming out on top NORMAN'S FARM (
Speedway Saturday night, Stars. The All-Stars jumpedout 30.All Farm Women's Softball team will travel to Boca Raton this weekend to defend their -
July 30, with five men placingin in front in the first inningby three runs were drivenin Women's Slowpitch Softball title
three different races. a 4-0 score But the by Carolyn Redding. The Pictured kneeling U-r) are: Angle Nix Sandra Norman, Kelly Richards, Kathy Carol, Montei ,
-- In the late model first heat Gatorettes came back in the Gatorettes defense held up Wynn. ,,
Oral Tanner, of Starke took third to take the lead and keep allowing Daniels only two hits.
Back row: Barbara Koontz, Jean Williams; Duane Overman
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........ Overman, Diane Jordan { 1
STARKE GATORETTESThe first followed by Jay ftI'v; i 'r -._:...:..::-_-_ '- -- '.t:"';";,.. 'I J""' ', 'I,'.I Peggy Rosander, Lori Champagne, Terri Lane, and Danna Hayes. Not pictured Is Debbie {\|
Starke Gatorettes, now headed for the State Championship McMatthewS of Chiefland I
In Boca Raton are ((1-r) kneeling: Dana Dyal, TerrI Coburn, second and Wayne Aldridge of i
Violet Kendall, Karen (Skeet) Purpura,Susan Blalock, Beverly Starke third.In !!;II,)
Kendall. the second Hobby first s' II JobDsOft.'I
Back Row: Mark Kendall, sponsor and manager, Edith Sapp, heat race, Ernie Howie of
Frances Coltrane, Carolyn Redding Linda Cubbedge, Vorease Gainesville was first, with ''I
Jones Randy Jones Coach. Not pictured: Merrl Ormsbee and Goober Garver and Robert
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Linda Blackman. Bowen, both of Starke, taking YI ,
second and third place.In I
the Hobby Feature,
Garver was fourth and Joe ,
TO-RENA Wilson of Starke was fifth. t I ,
Howie took first in that race H ul'' Ifl h, lr Y ,
Mickey Kervin of Bell was
RESTAURANTUnder second and Buddy Joyner. of .ra, '
Chiefland, third.
New ManagementAdel In the Hobby first heat, w
James Trowell of Lake Butler ,
Goetzman Owner grabbed first place. Ce
Racing continues this
Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner Saturday night at 8 p.mIn .

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Good Home Cooked Food Fr..n Vegenbles When Avelleble' Local youths scream for the "Red and White" as they L
Come Out And Visit Us Soon participate in a Cheerleading Clinic sponsored by the Bradford,
High varsity cheerleaders.The jile'B
? 1800 To Rsna N. Tempts Redleurenl Avs.Starke I the hope of rain at the be- youths above,from left: Khandice Stroud 11, daughter ofMr.
Fls. ginning of the dry season, and Mrs. William Stroud of Starke; Kelly Carver 10, .
e some Portuguese place a daughter !Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Carver of Starke and Tara t+ ,. .,.
dummy dressed for rain on Marchant, 8. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Marchant of ..!'; '
their rooftops! Starke, are practicing each morning this week from 9 a.m. until .. .! .1.. ".
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SENIOR BOYS HEAD FOR TOURNAMENT
The Senior Boys are on their way to Plantation Fla. for the State Senior Ko>slournament to
DeVane's"YOUR STORE" be held this weekend, Aug.5,8 and 7.
The Boy's first game Is at 9 p.m.Friday against \\altonBeach and a II games nil! he held at
Travers Field in Plantation.
Pop
St. Stark Fla
W. Call Eight teams will be competing in this tournament that hosts boys from the ages of 16-18. The
winner of the tournament will goon to regional play.
Members of the team are (l-r): J
Front row: AI Chapman, Steve GrifHs. Dinky Kilby. Ricky Norman, Chub Johnson and Louis

1@ Brown.Back row: Randall Davis Chuck Colbert Wade\Vinkler. Mike Kitchens, Jerry 1U,1'lCk. Gene. L
Tanner Randy Crews and John Chapman.



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FaraH Slacks Values To MS"_.._..........?........?............?......_..........?_......._..............._.....SALE B"

Farah Slacks Values To '22'.........?....?........__......._............................._........._.............._.SALE M2" '

Pre-Washed Jeans Best Makers, Farah, Male & Lee. Values To M8"_..._.?.?..SALE M2"

Large Selection Oi Famous Brand Dress Shirts, Long Sleeves Values M 8"........??.. SALE W CITY COUNCIL

Large Selection Of Famous Brand Dress Shirts Short Sleeves Values M 4.......... SALE 17"0 ,# I
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Men's Knit & Cotton Pull Over Shirts Values To M 2".............................................. SALE S" ,

Men's Knit & Cotton Pull Over Shirts Values To '1 B..??...?.....???..?..,........,......__..?_. SALE M 2" ,
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Men's Pull Over Shirts Values To '10"..._..?.........................................................................SALE '4" '
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Boy's Dress Slacks By Farah Sizes B Thru 12 Values To 11 1 Oa(............_._...._.... .?.._.?_..MW.M...._...... SALE 5"
is Ed Green and I Candidate for Council II. I
Boy's Dress Slacks By Farah Sizes 25 Thru 30 Values To "14i8.ra..?.?.?..................?......_....-.................. SALE "7is My name am a City Group
was born in Bradford County and presently reside at 1025 W. Madison St.
Boy's Pre-Washed Jeans Best Makers, Farah Sizes, 8 To 12 Reg. & Slim Values To "14.0._??...,.. SALE "7te in Starke.I have been married for 16 years to my wife Gerry and we have

Pre-Washed Jeans Best Makers Sizes 25 To 30 Waist Asst. Lengths Values To '168_M._...._... SALE 'S" three children Lee Ann 15, Bill 13 and Brad age 8. I am a member of
Grace Church where wife and I School teachersand
Boy's Dress Shirts Long Sleeves Famous Brands Values To '11".....................?_?.........,.__..........SALE V Off f Baptist my are Sunday
I am an usher. I have been active in Volunteer Police work with both

Boy's Pull Over Shirts Values To .8"._.._.........................................._..._.....?_...........?_._........_._..........-._...._ SALE "4" the County and City for the past 7 years. I served 4 years in the United

Boy's Pull Over Shirts Values To '10.. & .11 ?.??.....?...?......__....._....._......._.........__....._._........____...._....... SALE 5" States Navy. I graduated from Bradford High School in 1957. I have
graduated from Radio School in Norfolk, Va., Auto School in Aberdeen
Md., Diesel Mechanics School at Ft. Belvoir, Va., and Police Standard
School at Vo-Tech in Starke.These area few things about myself.I .
chose to qualify for City Council group II to try to be of further ser-
.etII SPECIAL BACK TO SCHOOL PROMOTIONS vice to my community. I realize that some of the issues forced by the City
are hard and complex and cannot be solved to everyone's satisfaction all
SPORTSWEAR JACKETS, VESTS, BLOUSES, PANTS, SKIRTS SHORTS of the time. I would like a chance to try and help. Some of the issues I
would support are:
"Selected Groups Of Famous Brands You Can Trust."

BOBBIE BROOKS AILEEN NODDY'S GOOSE 1.Better and more efficient electrical service without any more cost to
the users, to include business and residential users.

BODIN RUSS TOGS
2..Tight! !! Budget spending.
FROM 20% OFF TO Va PRICE -

!n i ,'.,' 3. I would support the recreation program 100 percent to include
) recreation, for the older people) as well as the young people,
;" Donnkenny Shells. Long Sleeves, Short Sleeves, i Sleeveless .'''i
4. Before taking a stand on any issue I would be sure that the citizens 1
SALE '3" and '5"t.. were aware of both sides of the issue and the consequences of a vote both

ways. I would solicit advice from the citizens and then vote in the best
SALE Ladies Purses Asst. Colors Vj: Off : :: interest of the citizens and the City of Starke.


J This is the way I feel about some of the concerns of the citizens of I
4A Starke. I hope to see and talk to you between now and September 13. If
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29* 2nd pair sale on our Panty Hose you have any questions please call me at 9645736.I .

Buy a pair of our $1.00 Panty (Hose for C\ I
c.. only .69* Buy the 2nd pair for only UA 1.1I ask for and will appreciate your vote and support. '

\I 1N 29* -.2 pra. per customer: PleaseDeVANE'S "?'VG

S Ed Green
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comprehensive land use plans Commission after which the BRADFORD COUNTY / ,4'' I
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LAND USE PLAN : :::: :::;
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An Landmark Commission chambers of the plan, and an enlarged section "
new courthouse at 7:30: p.m. showing the southeastern
Tuesday August 9. section of the county which is / .. ;r"'j'j
expected to show rapid 19771995'h
I A new proposed use for the old Historical Board of Trustees who would Purpose of the hearing is to the future are presented growthin in I

Bradford County courthouse has renewed like to see the historic building become a receive public input into the this issue of The Telegraph. /'h I

enthusiasm for completing viable part of community l life, and not land use plans for each of These maps should be studiedby 1"I

I restoration work on the interior of the just a monument to the past althoughthat these jurisdictions.A the public before attendingthe O :

I building to bring it into conformancewith is important too. It is believed that second hearing and the upcoming hearings. lr

the exterior work which was completed the theatre could be operated without final one before submittingthe Comments for public input I It

a year ago. interfering with other planned uses plans to the State Divisionof may be received in written or

such as a county museum public Planning will be held at the oral form. Persons unable to ._, I
same time and place on attend either of the hearings ...
meeting house, art shows and similar
Leaders of
the involved in
group Tuesday. August 23. on the 9th or the 23rd may forward '. r----- ---l ;
staging the widely acclaimed theatrical activities. their comments in ;: SIM 1I\.SCIh.,

productions here in recent years have Copies of the plans are '.. St.likn, Arr.l M.ip
shown interest in obtaining use of the Such a project would, of course in available for public viewing in ,..i I -, I, "

large courtroom in the old building (witha volve a considerable expenditure of the County Zoning Office on '' r I IYfy

seating capacity of around 400)) for funds. At the present time the Historical the second floor of the courthouse I
and at the town halls of
their shows, which have included such Board of Trustees has a grant of $5.700 Brooker Y tt1'ily '' I I tf'
and
from the National Park Service distri-- Hampton
hits as "Lil Abner "How to Succeed in Lawtey. yls
buted through the Florida Division of '
Business, "Hello Dolly, and Ar'Sc
others each one seemingly better many Archives. But this grant cannot be used Although a great deal of .1. .,::tiift.\. f L -,. ...rin
citizen input into the develop- < :
than the last. The production plannedfor until matching funds are obtained ( ,fz- I
of these has .
locally dollar for dollar. Later after the ment plans ", \?>, . the coming "South Pacific ." .: r.
season. occurred at public meetingsheld .'.:.Io "t,. .....r. I
should be the most ambitious all. Little Theatre is organized and in operation in various locations in the ,1.;" :." .".>,>'.Y
it is planned to use some of the county it is important that all ..I.....J" I

The show producers say they have profits from its productions for needed citizens take time to become

outgrown the present "show house" in improvements.In acquainted with the plans pro- \ ---- ---I'
for their communitiesand
posed
the Starke Woman's Club where facili-- .' I
to inform planning board
.
making a move like this. Starke and -
ties are not all that could be desired or members of their concerns '
even needed to stage large musical Bradford County would be following the and desires regarding the ,r'f -

productions. Then too, they would like a example of many towns and cities growth and management of --

place they could more or less call home, throughout the nation where historic their communities. I IJ

rehearsing and presenting the plays on a buildings are being used as theatres

schedule that would not interfere with adding atmosphere and enhancing the Future economies and M .. I
other activities. Such conflicts frequently glamour and interest of the drama itself.It efficiencies in the cost of providing '
public services are I I RURAL RESIDENTIAL MINING tit. A" II '
,
arise in booking use of the largely determined by land 00ililli
is an exciting concept, and it is
present quarters.
hoped that the interest already shown public development services patterns.as fire Such and kfi fH URBAN RESIDENTIAL iii{}I INSTITUTIONAL 1

will be sustained until the >r .
Such a use would seem to fit in well project police protection trash pickup -

with the goals of the Bradford County becomes a reality. water and sewer systems TRANSPORTATION ft \
and other services cannot be I.jffi.:<< | MULTI-FAMILY '' '' COMMUNICATION I

economically extended and .n 1.
maintained to areas which
have developed in a spotty and MOBILE HOME 4\, PARKS RECREATION-a -

I BEHAVIORImportant haphazard manner accordingto >I'.
r
county planning agent L.M.
Gaines. k<: 1 OFFICE CONSERVATION

Kit1 ment of Education
"In short the level of your COMMERCIAL D AGRICULTURE.U| JIiiVv'ifi5itiy f
i future taxes will be affectedby I

: Stricter rules for student conduct and the plans now being r
-Abusive language slander "
: public developed. Gaines added
dress called for in the Student WATERwriting
: are new accusation and racial ethnic or reli- The State Division of INDUSTRIAL

a Conduct and Discipline Code required gious slurs, etc. Planning has 60 days; after

J by State law and recently adopted by receiving the plans to makeits to the BradfordCounty
3 the Bradford County School Board. Arson: willfully setting fire to realor review and comments. Planning and Zoning

I. personal property. After that another 30 days is Board P.O. Drawer B, LETTERS

The changes in dress code have already allowed for advertising a final Starke. Fla., 32091. \ I
Blackmail: extorting money or
been discussed in a recent
threat of
Telegraph article and this week we turn property by exposure. ASKS MORE INPUTONSCHOOLCODE 7 .,
our attention to some of the new rules I .
-Burglary: breaking into an unoccupied :. t.i. :
:
:
governing general behavior. school building or vehicle for County Agents By f ... Dear Sir: .,,.'.1':\, 'dt.... ,> ,_..;:.,.,:'.:, :.:
the of removing personal or real ,::2 :.:; .Ii. ,, :;!,,' "
purpose 1- '' ; :
Under the heading of "Respon- property. Notebook BobbyTaylor t ,', Let me preface this letter by :(.,; ::f.,;' .;..:::A; fY2'J:; : _
that I for .
sibilities" we read that: saying am approxi i.'e: ,_
mately 99 percent of the new '; : ; :

-Students have the responsibility to Engaging in a sex offense or a lewd :"i Code of Conduct presented by i.}..., ., ..{ :t1;:' ) lT : ;: Yf1J';"" ;? \
,fl' .
and lascivious act.Extortion the School Board and as a 'i'" ';'1'1.:: : :' ';!,.l ..
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show respect for fellow students all whole would like to see it .:;..<.i. ,,,1.10t\: "'\{ >( : '
It is nearly time to start preparing in ', .: :;:..t
eggs your garden than if ."
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School Board .
personnel and authorized for the fall garden. had treated instituted.My :i. rt,:., "', .1-;: Jr.>...1(, '. 'J.
take the soil ,
: attempting to you with a v. t.;!: 't-'i '::11'r--: ;: ::""
campus visitors. Gardeners who have seen nematicide and then ;'oJ !.; -l"'IJ"\: ,;: .\.1i1. "" \ r/t
grown a ;: .
from another by concern lies in whetherthe '' .I{
property or money ... \: .
their ,. .. I.
galled or rotted roots on highly susceptible variety. ;"i.s.; '";".l- '.' 'J.: !.' .
threat or use of force. garden vegetables are School Board should insti- :.. \.A:: : :: "':.t,: ':;'Jf:\ .t
r 1IP"t :: .
-Students have the responsibilityneither spring tute such a major change in '. .l' ..,(:'f. ...:. ..' .".. : \' .
probably wondering how to Crop rotation will generally ; ;: .' ,;). 1 : .. .,,!! .; ,'i":.'._.
;" .. .
to take the ; .J! \ .: .; :
nor damage ;:"". < : '
school
propertyof Homicide: taking the life of another avoid losses to root-knot and help keep soil-borne diseases our system with an ".: t. ;: ": :' '.1 ... ; :;'; '". .,'." "..I':"':::'
other students or school personnel. other nematodes.The and nematodes at lower levelsif input of information from the '.:: :f "; :
.
individual. the alternative are not educational aloneor ':: :", ; ;" ; ',.;r.f. ::: (;:;t.,
crops community ..: .,.,?Jr '.:::f : (;"' 'Ln..:-'i ;.::,.. .:. _;
solution is .
easiest to
-Students have the responsibility to -Initiating a bomb threat. closely related. Among the would it be better for all .,.(<.. t..1..f-->. ri :" ,'.' .i.''
respect and maintain the property of the depend treatments entirely on chemicalsoil to kill better rotation crops for the a concerned if they sought ( = ; ;
vegetable garden are information from the parentsof y-1.i.--; :; : (
school system. Possession, distributing selling or nematodes (nematicides) be- bahia grasses. If you don't the community ..'..: .p1 ,,,::

using firearms knives explosives and fore planting but many prefernot have enough extra land to \ .:....,;i::l- .:.J......r.,..',:,.!!..\...".:.;. ".: ;,';:, "
: ;.
-Students have the responsibility to other dangerous weapons, objects, and to use chemicals. Even move your garden regularly On the first day of school ( 'j' -::"t.:'1..;' .... ..;::J'.t .'--
those who do use a at least you can vary the the school system will be '.
respect the privacy of the property and substances .rifI.-: : \: )
I'il
nematicides will have better location of various vegetables sending a copy of the code '"f .': .' : >..?;,
the individuals who live in the area sur results if they follow a within your garden. home with each student for /h": ;:" : f ". ;J" ",.
rounding the school grounds and bus Robbery: taking of money or complete program for Cover planted on the the parents to sign and return ;..;.:- :'.),,.:..'\.{. I..,
crops .1
stops. property from others by threat or use of management of soil borne garden site between crops can merely to acknowledge the H/ ?U
diseases and nematodes.The ;
force. be beneficial in several ways. code being in force. I :. .

Under the heading of "Rights" the program outlined in An early dense stand of a approached a member of the -d I. :
code ;stipulates that: Vandalism: willfully damaging Extension Circular No. 339 desirable plant will help keep School Board with the idea of : :. : ..fir,"

of students school personnel, "Control of Plant Diseasesand out weeds. Weeds often serveas adding an additional sheet for SOUTHEASTERN f : : ;
property .
favorable hosts for from the if .
comments parents "
Nematodes in Home
a : : :
-Students have the right to expect or schools. Garden" should be. an nematodes and diseases as they were !so inclined. .:1.: .ry

that neither their persons nor their integral part of every well as being a problem in That member of the BRADFORD : .: : :
board
characters will be violated by other Selling, distributing using or pos gardener's management plan.Let's their own right. Some cover : .
thought it was a good idea be. F1
students school personnel or sessing drugs or alcoholic beverages.The discuss how some of the crops may actually help
campus reduce nematode problems cause no member of the board :
.
visitors. practices outlined in Circular COUNTY. : I '
had the omniscience : : :
to realize 'uj
directly.Soil '
399 will help control nematode .

-Students have the right to expect range from consequences teacher of and such principal behavior in- garden.problems in the vegetable nematodes treatment and soil to control borne wants that the in their community school system.really I LAND USE PLAN : '; : ii : ::\\i iij11

was also told that I had to
school personnel to administer corporal volvement to police involvement sus- diseases. Two kinds of get ,
punishment only under prescribed pension or expulsion and mandatory Soil tillage: at least two available to the Superintendent to present
chemicals are re- ,
weeks before use of a this idea to the board for
conditions. restitution of up to $:,500 for destruction nematicide before planting duce nematodes in home proval. ap "

of or damage to personal and-or plow spade or till the soil at gardens. Multi purpose ij11 ;: "
such SMDC
Students have the real least 6 inches deep. This helps fumigants, as
right to expect property. (Vapam R or Fume -V R), When I approached the U, j
kill live roots and "
that their will be and any plant 'l
property respected allows break-up or removal of offer control of some soil- Superintendent I was given :,; ,
safeguarded by other students and Parents genuinely concerned with the large root in the soil. borne diseases and weeds as various reasons why the idea ... .
school'personnel. education of their children can hardly Live roots pieces or root fragmentscan well as nematodes. They are was invalid two of which stick ;" ; !f' \ ;. ::
the outlinedby and generally more expensivethan firmly in my mind. One was "
take exception to objectives protect nematodes : : .;
Students have the right to expectthe the new code. No child can achievethe other soil-borne disease DBCP and require between a that through lack of interestby : : : ( :
longer waiting period the there wouldn'tbe
school property to be attractive; and education to which he is entitled in organisms treatments from and chemical natural application and planting. sufficient parents response. This willingly speaks his :r

well maintained. an atmosphere of confusion or dis enemies in the !soil Weed and disease control are could be true but the least you However, the article
ruption. The code should be an instru- improved if a plastic cover or would realize would be the dismiss his reason for '

-Students have the right to expect ment which will help provide the needed Use healthy transplants: no light water seal the can treated be maintained soil. number of parents really In- jecting my idea.

sidewalks and safe walkways in the atmosphere that will enable students to matter how free of nematodes DBCP (over Nemagon R and other terested in the school system. I realize our
garden soil be,
school environment and adequate and achieve the desired goal of basic your introduction of nematodes may in brands) does a very good job The second reason was did that if system spent many

safe space at bus stops. education thus allowing them to be the roots of transplants will of nematode control but will the Superintendent approach working diligently to
the board with the
competitive in the adult world.That's defeat your purpose. Do not not significantly affect fungi the final draft of the code. an
idea it would be the same as
bacteria insects or weed should be just the
Under the heading of "Unacceptable buy visible transplants root-knot galls which on have their seeds in the soil. saying he didn't like what they unfortunately. It should be

Behavior" the code lists: what education is all about. roots. A gift of a few left-over Effective use of were doing.At to the final test. The test

plants from a friend who grew crop taxpaying parents.
rotation tillage cover crop first. I thought this idea
too many may be very costly
and green manuring causes Pr.'J
if the roots introduce a serious might have a little merit. Nowit Donald L.
there to be fewer nematodes
A of ORU ( ()(j N problem into your garden. present when the chemical is appears to be very little for Starke. of
ye When two specific reasons. One I
i 4 I ISNt4rap1 producing your own applied so the numbers '
plants use a sterile growing actually present when the think the board would realize (Editor's note: Back :
Nn medium or soil which you garden is planted and the the fact that the more of The Telegraph Indicate

have sterilized in your oven. potential for nematode injuryto information one has. the four meetings of the .
Q 0 Vs the vegetables will be easier it is to produce a work Parent Advisory Group V:-'>

/ BUM G FERG'JSON JOHN M. MILLER Resistant varieties: there proportionately lower. able system. Secondly. I don't been held with school )
4rlON Publishers are some vegetables which think the Superintendent is sonnet and parents at, ii:
have several varieties reo.slstant ,,? "I \' .. above saying that he disagrees school centers in the r.:;
I discuss
most common :; (l'f with the board as wit among other .
f"
< 1H7O
:\ lot Mirilt
< kind of root-knot
nematode. nessed in front various
your page aspect of the ..
$4samontns fiP4POp2 :
Sutb.rpilaustea'ractarea' .7 : .
;
p.year
t Growing a variety resistant to : article titled "Aug. 22 HearingSet code. In addition to
Oiilsid,trHh>.'" a $8p !year: $4 50 Sll'monthu.I >> the root-knot Ii
nematodes In for Francis. School Board public hearing
was held
StarkeFla by
'
'i fl dliar! > or.c laid that to look
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your garden may result In Suit which I II good. I'm School Board on the Code be S..
at king
having fewer nematodes and directly a can causehlindn" .
glad the meeting
I ... Superintendent on June 30. time)
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August 4.1977 TICLKG1UPII Pane II


Mary Ella Watterson Likes The Smell of. Cured Tobacco f '. .; ..-. .4<: d'I


.'I was raised f
tobacco" said up in this year. the same land he began Working alongside 10 for upper stalk tobacco, $1.24to tobacco to the next year. A
:Watterson as she directed Mary Ella Mrs. Watterson said this is farming in the 1930's. Mrs. youngsters, some first time $1.28. carryover is allowed up to two
her the fourth year she has Watterson and her workers and others One of
workers and husband. who have 15 area farmers years Carver added. This :i
Sn the hot cropped tobacco planted tobacco by herself. Freddie farm and raise beef worked with tobacco for growing! tobacco this year year tobacco is figured on a
'1MB hi acres noonday she has sun planted on the She planted with her father, cattle on their farm on the several years, Mrs. Watterson Mrs.Wattersonholds one of 106 1,500 pound average yield per J. I. 11, I I
W.C; for
"'" Ward many years on Bayless Highway. directed the gathering of the tobacco allotments in acre in Bradford County, said ;
-r- 'W.- lowest leaves from the last Bradford County,according to Carver. .
w. planting of Spec 28 tobacco."I Warren Carver executive The director of the ASCS ; I
I planted twice this year," director of the Agricultureand said the tobacco In the countyis I
S said Mrs. Watterson. She explained Stabilization Service. fairly well spread out and ,
to get a good stand Carver explained the was not hurt by the drought i
this year, she had to replant allotments are set up by the which affected corn and I ;1 ,
everything a second time, but federal government on the watermelons,especially in the ,. ..I,
was not affected by the recommendations of the US Brooker area. ,
drought and considers herself Department of Agriculture.The A county committe woman, '' wi.a
lucky. allotments are based on Mrs. Watterson said tobacco
Along with other tobacco an acreage-poundage systemof farming has changed over the .1
farmers in north Florida, Mrs. so many pounds per acre. past few years and it has been h 1 .1I
Watterson's crop survived Two different methods are several years since she used a : I
y. r f! rn < intact from the drought and used said Carver. The basic wooden barn to cure tobacco. era .1I
l r made it through in good allotment,which remains per- The modern tobacco barns are
hhape. Some farmers are manently on the farm can metal buildings with four
hoping for good market prices vary each year. This year in rooms that hold 36 curing I
to help them recoup some of Bradford County the allot- racks in each room. It takes I
the losses sustained on corn. ment Is 198 acres with a basic about six days to cure the
Mrs. Watterson said she will quota of 323,000 pounds, a 12 tobacco using gas heaters : I
be taking her first batch of percent decrease from last which replaced wood fires and ,J
tobacco to market in High year.There. then kerosene heaters.For the I
,
Springs this week and is is also an effective first 36 hours 100 degree '
,,1 Mtk hopeful the higher than allotment, said Carver, whichis temperature is maintained, n"t''
average prices will continueto 366 acres or 600,000 poundsin then 135 degrees to cure the J)1 J\\
y hold. Mrs. Watterson said which a farmer can carry leaves and finally 170 degreesto
she heard prices ranged up to over part of his unmarketed cure the stems for a total of
$1.36 a pound, but anythingover six days, said Mrs. Watterson.
HHlniK'the in,'lag rat'ks are Ellis Krlihcrjt. niidjrlffitli.,Mmja 11""liuiili, and John (
'olling!!- a dollar would be a good There are now electric
"' illi along "lIhIrs.: .
\\ntierson.mkiiiK )1
price. Opening day prices at tobacco pickers Mrs. (
H \\ tlli.1'0" but mil Known are !''Itnnl.Ih'o"I. Cill..kln.Inrk: market )
BHlfrilIB .. and .. TVrrv Pace Handy the Live Oak saw an Watterson said although she "
IrssiCollingsMorth.
average !90 cents II pound and has not seen one in operation.. ,
But some things do not + l- r
change, you must still spray '!
for horn worms she said. With < ,
PERSON the drought and no irrigation, v
mCREW Mrs. Watterson said she con- < J
"
j siders herself luckv to make a -? .
THE good crop and expects to get
.!. three or four more croppings'from
icDonad* her fields with about half
| MOTHMRS. || of the eight acres already
picked two thirds of the way
the plants.
.-"" v i vr .. up With part ready for market
this week, Mrs. Watterson ,
-- .- .... checked the bundles wrappedin '
Ellis Rehberg, 11, helps Mrs. Watterson fit the top of the
burlap and remarked how
curing rack on the tobacco. This is Ellis' first
i' she enjoyed the smell of the tobacco field. .year working In !i

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1'--' ,rl i iLOt pauses a moment In the door-
way of the barn. The tobacco
Timmy Gaskins puts the special cure racks into one of the four ready for market In background
EDITH THOMAS rllfmln the curing barn. Each room In the barn holds 36 racks Mrs. Walterson says
and is heated by gas. Timmy has worked for Mrs. Watterson for she likes the smell of cured

Mrs. Thomas has been with McDonalds since its four )ears. leaves.
opening in Slarkc She IS married, and has lour
children Edith likes all sports, especially basketball, Legion: Post 56 To Install New Officers"We
and also enjoys working with her flowers. Meeting lots
of people and keeping a 'last pace are important
reasons Edith,' likes working 'for McDonalds.' American Legion Post 56, meeting is expected to especially want all past
sell conduct installation of adiourn about 9 p.m. commanders to attend and all
ulficcrb for the new year others that can possibly make .
Tuobdav August 9, at 8 p m. "
it, said
Officers to be installed are: commander elect
installation of'o flFers willI post commander Otto F, Otto Siemer. "The Legion is
I
Hwy 301 SouthMCDonald'S concerned about the
state of
AA I preceded by dinner for Siemer,Jr.; vice commander
the Nation and our members
Starke ini-nilH-is and their wives at Bryce C. Titus, Sr.; finance
officer, X.M. Smith chaplain, need to be active in the '
I ;
: said commander
7 l tj
p.m.
/
I 964-8408 Hub I'a terson. Installation Walter Lee; historian, John community state and nation ry (- ,
Grew service officer, W.S. veterans are concerned about "
will begin at 8 p.m. and the ;
(Bill)) Haas; and sergeant at the security of our nation and
arms Gerald Roberts. the best way to voice that
I
concern is thru the American
Legion, said Siemer.
,
Post commanders will be t i
and the installa ir """ 1'1 ...r.q.4 :;. F..yl'.
Bl/ntf III recognized The food committee -:-- i
tion will be conducted by members are: C.J. Schaefer,

:; \\ William Inverness. Martin from Bob Paterson and Otto Raised up In tobacco, Mrs. Watterson checks the racks in the curing barn. It will take six
Siemer to complete the cure with temperatures up to 170 degrees.:Metal I curing sheds have replaced stick I
buildings and gas heat rather than wood or kerosene provides the heat.

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2 Local 4-H Club Members Participating


: AtE Yard'n L Garden BargainsSEASON In Short Course In State Government f'


Local 4-H'ers Harold the individual's role in this provide on Thursday a real
"'-- Waters and system. life
: ( Renee Johnson setting. I
leave Tuesday, August 9 for Renee and Harold, along Representatives assisting
t, c Tallahassee to participate in with some 120 other 4-H'erswill the 4-H'ers with their role-
FASHION PINE BARK SALE the fourth annual Florida 4-H be participating in a playing for the week are:
"LEVI LONG SLEEVEWESTERN Citizenship Short Course a model legislature session Representatives J. Hyatt
MULCH "learn by doing" experiencein complete with legislators Brown Auburndale; Pat
'. <. Same Items state government. lobbyists, committee Frank Tampa; James Harold
lor-FEET"' / -! Bradford County,along with meetings floor debates, Thompson Quincy; Eric B.
Reg. '2 $189 Only Half Price. other counties, is informal lobbying and show- Smith Jacksonville; George
: : : participating in a program to down and roll-call votes. The Sheldon Tampa and Herbert
Reg. 29"Olrli SHIRTS \ :: $15 All Other Items help young people understandthe chambers of the Florida Morgan, Tallahassee. Among
Reg 2" structure and function of House of Representatives and others assisting are William
: 2111 \ our system of government and House Committee rooms will Brown from the Florida Farm
10 % Off Of
Bureau and Wayne Ezell from

50 Off : Good Car Great Buys the Tallahassee Democrat.
Regular Price b 1 oI While in< Tallahassee, the
ladles .
delegates will have an opportunity -
MEN'S ROSES (D aaAUTOEWa!) : to use a voting machine
BLOUSES Come and to tour the capitol.governor's ,
mansion, the new

LEVIJEANSDenim Reg. 3 $ 275 Check Our Half = : B (LEE] ( (D SALES i' Archives Supreme Court.Building The and forum the

/" 5 0 % OffCORDUROY & Corduroy will end with a. banquet

i .. $ 79 Price Shelf Daily. L7 1976 TOYOTA 1972 OLDS CUTLAS Thursday night.Citizenship '77. is conductedby

:r' ( .. Reg. '15" Reg. 6/ 4 Long Bed 18,000 Miles Loaded CI the Florida Cooperative
We Want ToServe Extension Service. !More,
12 S Ors $1995 i. information about 4-H and the
$3950 4-H program in this area can
ft. You. a: be obtained by writing or
calling Lowell Parrish
: : .; 1913 SPRINT GMC 1913 GRAND PRIX" Extension Agent 4-H. P.O. I
jhYDENgIMt All Boy'i BOOTS and Air Comforts'I: Drawer 1028 Starke. Phone

EAST STARTING 001, A Car And A Truck Low Miles M 964-6280, Extension 229. i


x 12" 30 off j- rt DEPENDABLEECONOMICAL ,a Combined$2395 $2995 5 Monday Bikes Auctioned For *14O :


Sizes 8Y .". 6 -
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We Have A "Just Right" Model For
I What do you do when stolen :
NOw Every Yard. Push Or Self Propeled 1974 CHEV. SUBURAN : property is recovered and you \
SAVE Julia t T.flr ..... I!! Loaded Custom. Deluxe C-20 ".' can't find the owner? Sell it!
Recoil Or Key-Lectric 19 21"Cut And sell it was what the

a TEXAS BOOTS \ I A Real Work Horse $ nc Bradford County Sheriff's
r PRICED FROM ; $415 Department did on Monday in
AM ---=.z:: front of the county jail. 'I
30 % Off a MThiWeuk' There-were five ten speed
bikes put up for sale to the
4.x14995 highest bidder with the
M.
\ o money collected to be sent to
9:00: a.m. to 9:00: pm. Mon Sat. V WE TAKE ; the state treasury for the
benefit of the state school
TRADE-INS ISp.ci.IeI l fund. The rive. bicycles I
brought in $140.
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L'10A ''I

'RLD !TONTROL E SERVICE WHAT KEYSTONE HEIGHTS g' OLIVE GRASS CITTINO' :".

WESTERNBrian '.:. WE SELL b MGeedears SERVICE< i

< C ti cu ce GARDEN CENTER a For Large And Small 4
249 I .Hamilton '." Manager, J.
< Mowing/ ...PHV; .904.5583. ; .
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HI ore About" County It ml get (From Page i -------- -----------------.. .lS .lw .ly

Grove, Lincoln! City! and equipment or another posOlher items that are fix.edSpeell"ville. Commissioner Shuford said Estimated receipts are N-.r- LAW TFIY
Commissioners sibility would be for the as soil conservation, referralsaid when the county is done with $222,042 and estimated I i iI iI
they would send out county to purchase the equipservices, Incompetencyfeelers the North Central Florida Re- expenditures, $304,513. I, By Elizabeth Terry
ment to be loaned health gional Planning Council for The biggest chunk of ;
to director Cheryl out to those hearings, and mental money Phone 782-3300
Godwin if she would be willing communities through the contribution, were allowed to the county's comprehensiveplan for the F&F fund is $117,868 ..
i'i'yo
to oversee that money for county barn go as requested. he wants "off the train." from taxes and another CHURCH ACTIVITIES rtjinunne ciancnara visitedher
This year's is $16,800. $70,450 from fines and bonds sister Miss Enza
more than dole last year's from the unincorporated area Church of God: Sunday Blanchard at Baker County

7130. The road and bridge budget School 10 am.; Worship Nursing Home at Macclenny
Commissioners approved before a cut to 7V4 percent for N Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m; on Monday afternoon.
$5,000 be given to the Bradford employee raises was figuredat Meeting Wednesday at We are happy to learn that

Pool Owners : Join the new County Historical Society to $574,484. estimated receipts 7:30p Prayer: ,m.; YPE Friday at 7:30: Leonard Norman returned
match that amount available with a $12,000 cash carryoveris home Thursday from St.
from the National Park p.m. Vincent's Hospital Jack
$501,089. The largest items
Baptist :
Evergreen
wave of convenience Service Eugene Matthews are about$180,000 for salaries Sunday School 10 a.m.; sonville and Is getting along

i Richard Jockel and Judge and $125,000 for maintenanceof .i Worship Services 11 a,m. and fine.Mrs.
Elzle Sanders appeared the county's secondary Flossie Rosier Mrs.
Union 6
7 Training ;
" before the board soliciting the roads. Prayer p.m.; Meeting Wednesday pm.at7pm. Stanley Crawford, and Mr.

".... thA -CL7 dor funds to use on the interior of and Mrs Henry Carter visited
the old Courthouse. Taxes provide $79,859 for Mrs. Crawford and Mr.
I k ,llort' A l bout Budp,............... Matthews told the board the the road and bridge budget, Faith Baptist: ,Radio Carter's brother and sisterinlaw -
: AlllOllimiv* i v... building in the future could be but the state, through various Bucky: MelLon Completes Sunday Program Bible on WPXE School 8 10 a m.a,m i on,; Mr. and Mrs. Horace
V used as a museum and for rebates, provides almost" all Training At Fort Knox ; and Carter, and family and aunt,
ChlorinationSystem Services 11 a.m
;
community meetings. Jockel the rest of the revenue.Commissioners PVT Clarence W. Melton, Worship Mrs. Lottie McLemore of
said there was an interest in pointed out Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. 6:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting Albany, Ga., and went to
, at 6.30
Wednesday :
now. forming a Little Theatre in the that millage in the county has Clarence W. Melton, Sr. of Grace United Methodist pm. : Plains, Ga., Thursday, July
community and the upstairs of gone from 18,250 in 1964 to low Hampton recently completed School 9:45 21st.
am
and Sunday : ;
save. the courthouse could be used of 4,768 last year. In 1965 the training as an armor vehicle Worship Services 11 a,m. and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Melson
for such events.In millage was 6378 in 1966, crewman under the One 7:30 Choir Practice 7 and Belinda of Starke were
No more measuring chemicals -m-- I addition to the general 1967, and 1968 millage remained Station Unit Training pm. pm and ;MYF 7:45: p,m. on Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
, No more tedious hand-feeding I 1'>r fund, the county also has a constant at 6678, In Program at Fort Knox, Ky Tuesday.: and Mrs Charles Starling and
fine and forfeiture fund the years 1969, 1970. and 1971 family.We .
; Let the E-Z Clor System mea,1', OSUT is a 13-week period Highland Baptist: Sunday
budget. The sheriff's requestswill millage was again constant at are happy to learn that
sure and deliver an even flow IUPER! .: which combines basic combat School 10 am.; Worship;
90t
come from this plus 8317. In 1972 one mill was Carl Prevatt has been moved
of stabilized chlorine to your QORRAC with individual training. Services 11 a.m and 7pm.;
I supplements to the state added for the
from Intensive Care at
: =-.=- hospital
the students at
pool automatically- During training Prayer Meeting Wednesday i
-- attorney, and public defender. boosting it to 9,307. In 1973 it Alachua General Hospital,
The E-Z Clor Automatic Chlo- :: ,_ E-Z Clor Super 90Clor Pacs Also included in this budget is dropped to 8681. A rollback in learn duties of a tank crew 7:30 pm.Laura. Gainesville to a private roomon
the of Baptist Sunday
I rinator installs quickly into your are effective, long-lasting tab witness and jury fees, other millage by 50 percent in 1974 man including firing : 5th floor.
tank aramaments and small School 10 a.m. Worship
pool f filtering, system Rugged leted chlorine shielded against court costs, maintaining the brought it down to 4.871, it was ; Mr. and Mrs. Henry A.
Services and
Trainees also ,11 a.m. 7:30
:
" all-weather plastic no electrical the sun rays One Clor Pac county jail and inquest fees. lowered to 4.838 in 1975. weapons. receive Carter returned to their homein
I, connections Guaranteed lor the life lasts up to 4 to 6 weeks depending on instructions in field p.m.; Prayer: Meeting ,
Columbia S C on Friday
: of f pool size temperature and bather load radio operations, map Wednesday at 7:30: p,m.
your pool after two weeks with
spending
reading, and tank main- Northslde Baptist: Sunday
I DeWitt Jones tenance and repair. School 10 a,m.; Worship their mother, Mrs. Flossie
Ii I PVT Melton entered the Services Ham, and 7 pm.; Rosier Other guests of Mrs.
i E-Z CLORAUTOMATIC Army last Feb. 22 and is now Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Rosier were her son-in-law
I CHLORINATOR serving in Germany in the 1st 7 p.m and daughter Mi1 and Mrs
reEZ Funeral HomeDeWITT BN 13 Armor Division. His St. John's Missionary J,R. Jones, also of Columbia.
address: PVT Clarence W. Baptist: Sunday School 10 S.C, who spent the weekend
Melton, Jr, 263-55-7926, CCo a.m.; Worship Services 11 with her
E-Z CLOR C. JONES BENTON FUTCH 1st BN 13 Armor APO 0914 a.m. and 3 p.m. on second and Mrs. Joyce Futch of
N.Y., N.Y. fourth Sundays. Prayer Bandon Blackshear, Ga called on her
CLOU SIJPER- PLOR I PACS HAROLD A. JOHNSON Monday at noon. sister, Miss Elizabeth Terry.
Smyrna Missionary on Sunday afternoon She also

S17S'I'IMSDURRANCE, STARKE KEYSTONE 's, i Baptist: Sunday School 10 visited Carl Prevatt in
= a.m.; Worship Services 11 Alachua General Hospital,

-- ----- 964.6200 4733176RENTALS a.m. and 7 p.m; BTS 5:45: Gainesville during the
p.m.; Prayer Meeting on afternoon.
PUMP & /31AN Wednesday at 7 p.m, Mr and Mrs. Fred L
Don't tore onions and potatoes Roberts of Jacksonville spent
Onions PERSO'llALSGary : the weekend with their sister
SUPPLY CO. Hospital Beds -Wheel Chairs sprout together.or rot in the moisture can Mrs. John Tye.
: 964.7061 potatoes give off. Store Wilkens of Palatka; Rev. and Mrs. !\IE. Myer of

I & Crutches onions in a cool dry place.CB's called on his grandmother, Melrose were Sunday dinner
Ave. Starke Florida 32091 guests of Mr and Mrs. Hubert
864 North Temple Mrs. O,J. Anders, on Sunday
I, afternoon.Mr. Priest and Lamar.
and Mrs. Clifford Mr. and Mrs John F. Sharpof
Martin and family and their Starke are visiting their
at mother, Mrs. Walter Martin parents. Mr. and Mrs.! GeorgeJ.
were Sunday dinner guests of Sharp and relatives in
c ff tl her sister, Mrs. Sidney Hollywood and Miami for four


30-70 % -C? 4a.e Hansen.Mrs. Joyce Futch of days.Col. and Mrs. William

Blackshear, Ga., was a Wilson are spending their
Wednesday dinner guest of vacation with Mr, and Mrs
her sister, Miss Elizabeth Walter Lines of Heading Pa.
Terry. They went with their son-in-
i I savings Sincere sympathy of the law and daughter Cap! and

community is extended to the Mrs Russell Lines and
family of Mrs. Pete Crawford daughter, Jacqueline, and
because of the death of their also on the trip are Timmy
I mother, who passed away on \\ilsonand Elizabeth Ureslm
Saturday.Mrs. They plan to return down the
Darlene Norman and east coast.
Set49tGO sons and her cousins. Mr and Friends ol Walter Marling
Mrs. Marcus Griffis. and uncle of Mrs. Elsie Norman.
daughters spent their vacation regret to learn that he is a
viewing The Grand patient in Bradford County
Canyon National State Park in Hospital. Our prayers are
Arizona, and from there to with him.
Yellowstone National Park in :Mr and Mrs Donald
S Wyoming. On their return Wilkison went with Mr and
home they stopped at Mrs. Herbert Burney of
I pryland in Nashville, Tenn Jacksonville to Pappy's
They had an enjoyable time. Restaurant at St. Augustineon
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tuesday evening and enjoyed -
Fachtmann and daughter a good meal and fellowship -
Carla of Yokohama Japan ; with friends
visited' their aunt Miss Mrs. James Dougherty and
RETAIL SALE Elizabeth Terry, Wednesday children and Miss Erma
afternoon. They left for home Wilson visited a grandmother
Thursday and stopped over and i aunt in Jacksonville on
for a few days in Hawaii. Saturday
CB144 Mr. and Mrs.James Andersof Mr and :Mrs Donald
Mobil.S.meter, auto noise limiter Palatka were Friday Wilkison attended the Nurses
RF gain, PA 149.95 74.95 "" "0" luncheon guests of their Graduation Exercises of

CB mother, Mrs. O,J. Anders Florida Junior College. Jack
162 Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Boch onville for their daughter-m
Over Base station,S/RF meter PA circuit were. Sunday dinner guests of law, Mrs. Laura Jerrett ol
stocking I AUTOMATIC noise limiter Switch 179.95 _7995 their mother, Mrs. Daisy Jacksonville on Friday night

CB 230Q Boch, and grandmother, Mrs MrsVa>ne Ilardee and

has forced us deluxe PA switch mobile. S-meter., LOC/Dlst switch 149.95 s Nellie Mr and Wilkinson.Mrs. O,J. Boyetteand parents children, Mr went and to Mrs.visit Fred her

family spent Sunday Carter of Clay Hill on !\Ionday
afternoon with their brother They enjoyed swimming in

to sell ALL our 23,Channel SBE 1SBEJ :; 't and sister-in-law, Mr. and the fish pond.
Mrs Don Boyette, and family Mr. and !Mrs OR, Brown
SBE-29-CB of r Macclenny. and Cynthia and nephew Keith
Sincere sympathy of the Day of Jacksonville, went toSix
CB equipment.I Catalina III, mobile, S-meter 149,95 59.95 community is extended to Gun Territory in Ocala on

SBE26-CB Mrs. Johnny Bennett and Sunday.
FormulaDdeluxemoblleunlt 229.95 99.95 family because of the death ofher Mr. and !Mrs Donald Shinn
Some at Below-Cost SBE-16CB husband on Saturday and daughters, Lori and
morning. herree.. spent two weeks in
Console II, SSB base station 474,95 259.95 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and their home Mount! Pleasant

prices. This sale jOChannel Cwill ( (P) ) Chris guests of were Mr and Friday Mrs supper Morris N.C Courtney and visiting Dougherty relatives, son of
fiflflfl
Rushing of Jacksonville. Major and Mrs. James
Mobile, S-meter, PA, ext.t spk. 139.95 89.95 Mrs Flossie Rosier and Mr.and ougherty.. celebrated his
never be 2300C A Mrs. Henry Carter visited 12th birthday on Tuesday,
Mobile, S-meter,loc/disl.PA 199951000BC 12995 Mrs. Arnie Abstein of August 2, at the home of his
I Micanopy, and Mrs. Rosier's grandparents. Col!. and !Mrs

SSB' base, S-meter, NB,clarifier 499,95 299.E510E1P y sisters, Mrs Aleene William Wilson. His dad
repeated. : .. Armstrong of Lakeland, Mrs called him from England on
\oqoi Channel Johnson ",?"yayppCE .., Gladys Thompson ofissimmee. Saturday, July 30 for his
4120 and they visited birthday.Mr. .
Mobile, LED, ch indicator, ext. spk.lack 129.95 Disney and Sea Worlds atOrlando and Mrs.! J.F
4170 while there. Robertson attended servicesat

p11 Mobile, LED, N B switch, PA, loc/dist./ switch 249,95 159.95 Mr and Mrs. Ronnie Mosley t Emmaus Primitive Baptist
4230 and Tammy of Maxville, andMr. Church on Sunday and enjoyed -
and Mrs. Roger Eunice > a meal afterwards.
Base, LED, anl switch, PA, loc/disl/ 249,95 15995.d were Sunday afternoon guests During the afternoon, they

tin't ,Plus many more mobiles & base stations of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. visited their son-In-law and
Harold Eunice. daughter, Mr. and !\Irs.
p fi.7 PROFESSIONAL CB SALESMEN FCC, LICENSED TECHNICIANS Henry Hodges and children Charles Cowan, and son Brian
Its : 6 Good Couch s"salesmen are' experienced in all Coucti s CB technicians are licensed by the |
attended the Stock and Mr. and
Car Races Mrs
l>hasus! of CB operation and installation ol 4 Federal Communications Commission lo Johnny
tde$8n d Reasons 1 CB: equipment' They.will aUvise, you about insure, you get maximum performance from at Lake City on Saturday ,Cowan and their daughter,
l7 .1 5 Much. CB'tadio antenna or accessories will your equipment' night. Mrs. Edith Swinney of
g9chs"neUPES' 1 to Buy "" ..lsu,1 your.commumcdtions, needs Miss Pam Moore of Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Obl1e yfEA tyON -91 EXPERT INSTALLATION Homestead is her OJ. Anders
EXPERIENCE visiting was a
COMMUNICATIONS
M m
KE 95 imu Couch s lakes the worry out ol installing
ESHESE $ ts.: a i CB from CuuahWCbrersemco! servicing and 5 yoecaedurpmentbyoltenngacompIeteth grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.Fred Saturday! overnight guest of
nh 4 w >a ISmPEPomhg 2 1964 and has(the custom .installation/ service. Moore, for some time. her son-In-law and daughter,
A l2 indlee; & I'lpuiiuncft'' necessary. to help you,with your Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCulleyand Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins
c ann els gg9 w Pecewe tits S rference Couch'sAll ,,,iiiiiinuniCdlionb, 'oI\"emenl'\ EASY CREDIT TERMS grandson. Johnny Lee and Robert of Hilliard. They
Is 0 NAME BRAND InamebraidS Coucn t makes paying lor your CB purchase| went fishing over the weekendat brought her home on Sunday
ontroi ,
sVoWerzs6en18 in l Puls 6 easier through Master Charge
23 satla Couth handles' only the best Ray's Fishing Camp in afternoon.Mrs. .
s Ge BankAmenCardIViSAyaRevolvrngChargele9aj ( )
; output ut mQe ress'n9' a Ff 3 inCendrosandYVupmenl.YSsurtngyyouof' Georgetown and they actually Mamie Lou Edwards
0dtp USB redPp II fed9 |the lini-sl duality CB: products money can buy payment plansELECTRONICS and
to her
Bnd d fU BraCt caught fish. daughter. Mrs. Drew
NOISe Blanker ICB 0 traounfn9 Rev. and Mrs. Leonard fhof Starke visited her
i Melton and family went to sister-In-law, Mr.
; it- meter Hattiesburg, M Iss. for the past and Mrs. Fred Moore on
sales, final due to these low prices COUCH'S N I I two weeks. He attended amilitary Sunday afternoon. other
I guests of
school at University the Moores
No Refunds-No
Exchanges
cl South Mississippi and hisfamily their daughter Mrs. Gayle
camped out. Tcx1or. Scott and Brad 0'
all CB HHSBHH5HHJ IN GAINESVILLE Friends of Mrs. Clara I Orange Park.
Save to 15 %
up on Brewer regret to learn thatshe Mr. and Mrs. John Tye Jr
i Is a surgical .patient In and family spent the weekend
antennas & accessories 616 NORTH MAIN 3781562ii Bradford County' Hospital. with Mr. and Mrs.! Richard:
Our prayers are with her. Young and family of Daytona|
Mrs. Frank COM and Miss Beach.
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St.Edwards News Pine Level Youth HAMPTON Area Students May Register For SFCC, August 4 '. !II IIJ

AREA J ; ,
.
Members of St Edward's detailed explanation of the Return From for Wednesday'night: Basic late should contact' Director : ''I
Altar Society who attendedthe National Council of Catholic Registration Starke Richard Jockel at Starke '
Gainesville Deanery Women Commission Systemwas Summer Camp NEWSBy classes of Santa Fe Economics, Introduction to '''j I'I
,
Commission Workshop held at conducted by Mrs. Ercel Community College will be the Humanities, and Introduc Elementary, phone 9B4-6091. I II

Gainesville's St. Patrick's Hanley of Jacksonville. Ninety-three boys and girls Dolores Meng held Thursday,.Aug. 4, from 6- lion to Speech Communica

Activity Center on July 26 Deanery members from. Lake and their counselors returned Phone 468-1915 8:30: p.m. at the Starke lions I- :/ : "

'were: Mrs. Anne Samons, City, Jacksonville, High Saturday July 30: from a listened to them and Elementary School Cafeteria.Fall Thursday night: Art and I. I E
Gainesville Deanery President Springs, Chiefland and week long stay at Centenary Fire DepartmentTo autographed mementos sing for classes this year will be Appreciation and General HOMEMAKERSStaple l : !

Mrs. Carol Ashline, Mrs. Gainesville also attended the Camp near Quincy. Meet MondayThe them. Besides the held at Starke Elementary in Psychology 11.
.Antoinette Coss and Mrs. workshop. The young people from Pine Cantata "Great memorizing Men of God" the portable classrooms. All classes will run from 7 A Roof? Ap I

Dolores Meng. Level Baptist Church were Hampton Area which was led by Gerald Offerings are as follows: p.m. to 9:45: p.m. and are It'i The Latest Technology j
The workshop which gaveObituaries /ALTAR SOCIETY joined at the camp by 59 Volunteer Fire Department Is worth three semester hours '
the learnedto Monday night: College
Billingsley group Experts estimate that 3.4 ,
from the Fellowship scheduled to meet at the firehouse -
campers Classes
credit. start
hand bells and Accounting I, Principals of I
use
re million homes< will need new '
on Monday evening at 8
Mrs. Church in Panama
Antoinette Coss Baptist
Thursday, Sept. 8. The Fall
corders. They travelled by bus Mathematics, and Religion in roofs this year. These home I '
president the where Rev Frank
at City '
presided
Term ends Dec. 20.
meeting of St. Edward's Altar Starling is the pastor. p.m.George Davis, who has been to camp where they stayed in America. owners can slash installation :'I
held serving as fire chief, is In cabins and competed in Tuesday night: Marriage in Late registration will be costs if they select the right I
Society in the parish hall The campers enjoyed a time i I
Mrs. Lettie B.Crawford on August 1. Altar duty care of devotion, Bible study, hopes another volunteer will housekeeping duties with the the Family, Introduction to held the first day of classes roofing contractor. The modern

was explained by. Mrs. singing, skits, recreation anda take over this important work. boys making history by out Philosophy, and The Sept. 8 from 6-8:30 p.m. roofing contractor installs I
Mrs. Lettie B. Crawford, 68, Antoinette Stefanelli, the special service each Carl Dennison is faithful in shining the girls in this Individual in a Changing Students planning to register shingles with a heavy-duty j
of Route 1, Altar keeping the equipment in competition! Parents enjoyed Environment. air-powered stapler.
Lawtey, died Chairman, including evening, said a spokesman. listening to the results of the ___-.A. __ I
Wednesday afternoon,July 27, of altar linens. There were many different operating condition and more
in Baptist Memorial Hospitalin Members Were reminded to activities the campers were volunteers' are urgently weeklong voice training when HURO ) III IIIt

Jacksonville following bring along comfort bags to engaged in including volley- needed. children they brought on Saturday home, their Mrs. -- SER'V; =XOmS: .

illness. the next meeting which will be ball, soccer, Softball tennis,
distributed to Lake and Waters Attends Bonnie Baxter accompaniedMrs. AIR PARK BAPTIST FIRST METHODIST SMYRNA Af IS! CIIL'RCl' i.j'
badminton
Born February 18. 1909 in City jump rope Ruth Riddick when she .' Ii
('IIURCIIRev.
Elder T.C. Williams
Starke, Mrs. Crawford lived Veterans. Plans were made swimming. They also enjoyed 4-11 Congress CIIURCII
picked D.J. '
O.D. Brooks
up
her entire life in the Lawteyand for a bake sale and a 50.50 hiking and many other "Onthesearchrora 'I I I
raffle to be conducted on activities. Harold Waters served as a Ora nge Street Sunday: Church School for friendly church?" '
Starke areas. She was the The Riddick house
August 14. Mr.and Mrs. Floyd delegate at the 4-H Congressheld was quiet all ages, 9:45: a.m.; Morning I I
widow of the late Jack The rummage sale to be Spraggins from Texas cookedthe at the University of last week with Cassie gone SUNDAY.: Sunday School 10 Worship (Nursery provided Welcome to Smyrna '' I
Crawford and a member of held in downtown Starke on meals for the 152 Florida from July 25 through also to Tallahassee where she a.m.; Worship Service 11 11 a.m.a ,I
the Union Primitive Baptist August 27 was discussed. Mrs. along with Julia Alvarez campers from July 29. Gene Joyner also attended a Majorette Camp a.m.; Evening Worship 7 p.m. a r a a SUNDAY' : Sunday School, 4I: I i

Church. Josephine Gumber announceda Starke. They were assisted by representing the Hampton 4-H with Rhonda Griffis, Debbie WEDNESDAY: Prayer MADISON ST. BAPTIST 10 a.m., Worship Service, II i' \i j

Survivors include two sons, sale of religious articles to several others who helped Club attended as a member of Harper and Donna Samons Service 7 p.m. Itev. Charles Swartz a.m., B.T.S.. 5:45: p.m., .., .-'
Merrill Crawford of Raiford be conducted on August 7. serve, wash dishes, etc. The the Meat Judging Team. from Starke. Mrs! Anne SUNDAY: Sunday School Evening Worship. 7 p.m. *
-- -- -- '
and Harold Crawford of Reverend Father Patrick spokesman said some of he Samons and daughter, Cindy, 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, All visitors are warmly .

Lawtey; four daughters: Mrs. Foley, Pastor, invited many delicious meals served Bible School PlannedAt W.T.drove Cash the girls Hall to the Camp 24.at ALLENA.M.E. CII.VPEL 11 a.m. ; Church Training 6:15: welco.rpeJ aa I
July
Betty Rosenberry of Jacksonville members to contribute booksto included spaghetti, ham Hampton Baptist They spent about on four hours .flllHCII p.m.; Evening Worship 7:30: STAKKK

Mrs. Hazel Muze and the lending library in the burgers, chicken and rice, daily practicing complicated "The Friendly Church" p.m.; Nursery provided for all CIIUKCH' OF GOD
Mrs. Gloria Shuford both of parish hall. At the conclusionof fried fish, pancakes, ham and Vacation Bible School Is twirling routines including 749 Pine St..Starke services. Rev. M.E. Drake
Lawtey and Mrs. Vivian the meeting refreshmentswere eggs. The majority of the food scheduled for August 8.12 at twirling with hoops, knives Rev H.G, Heastie. Pastor WEDNESDAY: Mid-Week
McRae of Starke; four served by Mrs. Michelle was donated by the membersand Hampton Baptist Church. and fire. They enjoyed Service 7:30: p.m.; Youth St Sunday: Sunday School, 10 '
Parker. friends of the Pine Level Monitor Training will take SUNDAY School Childrens Choir practice 7:30:
brothers: Earl Edwards of socializing with twirlers from : Sunday a m.; Morning Worship II
from 15 -19. Dr. Adult Choir Practice
Mt. Dora, Guy Edwards and Baptist Church and the Hugh August will conduct the all around the state and also 9:30: .a.m., Morning Worship, p.m.; a.m.; Evening Worship, 7
Harry Edwards, both of FATIIKH: FOLEY HONORED: Fellowship Baptist Church. Revival Pyle to be held August 28 did some swimming. Mrs. 11 a.m., Evening Worship 5 8:30: p.m.KINGSLEYTAKE"BAPTIST pm. .

Jacksonville, and Leo 4. Ruth Riddick brought the girls p.m., first Sunday only: love Wednesday : Family j
Edwards of Fernandina Reverend Father Patrick through September back home on July 29. feast 7:30: p.m. Friday before Rev. Paige Bowman Training Hour 7:30: p m. !I.t

Beach: two sisters: Mrs. Era Foley was honored following GOLDEN GLEAMSThe High Winds Topple first Sunday SUNDAY: Sunday School, Friday: Prayer Meeting : W
Mass on July 31 in observanceof Lake News 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 7:30: J
lIampton
and ; p.m.
Browning Mrs. Louise Church Steeple Bethel Baptist Church :. 'I I
of criticism
his First Anniversary as pleasure Church training, 6:30: a a a a '
both of !a.m.;
and
Bell, Starke 17 Russell Davis, Pastor
grandchildren. Pastor of St. Edward's. The deprives us of that of The steeple of the churchwas Mr. and Mrs. George Sunday School 10 a.m. p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: UNITED PENTECOSTAL '
Catholic Youth group presented moved Simpson enjoyed the visit of ; CIIUKCH I
being deeply
toppled when tornado like
Funeral services were held Morning Worship; 11 a.m.: p.m.WEDNESDAY
him cake decorated
a their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. : Mid-Week Rev O.L. Wells
Friday. July 29. at 2 in by beautiful things. winds zipped through the area Evening Worship 7:30:
p.m. with a cross as a celebrationgift. p.m.; '
Don Kwitchen, of Columbus, Prayer Service, 7:30: p.m. 204 N. Water St.
afternoon about 3
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Jean De La Bruyere. Friday p.m. Wednesday, Prayer Meeting\ ,
Ohio, who spent the weekend -4te- ***! SUNDAY: Sunday School
During the same storm a tool :i7:30:
with Rev. James Cowart and
-------- with them enroute to vaca p.m.a services/11 '
Worship
shed was carried some -ee 10 a.m.; j-
Elder Don Hazen officiating. ObituariesJOHNNY distance into the field of Hollie tioning in South Florida. CALVARY BAPTIST ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL a.m., and 7 p.m. ,q
Burial was in Dyal Cemetery.Mrs. Gillispie who lives nearby. CHURCH Rev John Flynn WEDNESDAY : Bible | '

Trees were uprooted at the Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Mengof Jim mack, Pastor SUNDAY 8:30: a.m. Holy Study 7:30: p.m. -t
: : County community since 1968. Eucharist; 10 a.m., Morning I
BENNETT
64 home of Anton Zacek and the Jacksonville left off their FRIDAY: Young People'sService
.
.
1)0Ie 1. Durham
Prayer.
Survivors include his Zippy Mart on the corner of daughter, Angela, for a SUNDAY: Sunday School 7:30: p.m.! f.
Mrs. Dovie Lucille Durham. Mr. Johnny Bennett of widow, Mrs. Therese Aston US-301 and SR-18 were blown weekend visit with her grand 9:45: a m.i; Morning Worship TUESDAY: 9:30: a.m.

70. of Hampton passed awayon Lawtey died Saturday of Starke two daughters: about the area. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul 11 a.m.; Evening Worship, 7 Prayer Group in Church Saga

Saturday morning' after an morning at his home in Miss Denise Frances Aston of Meng, while they went p.m. Wed. Services, 7:30: p.m.F1KST Building. PINE: LEVEL BAPTISTRev.

extended illness. Lawtey after an apparent Starke and Mrs. Dorothy PersonalsSympathy scalloping at Tarpon Springsand e e a a a a a a Roman Alvarez :.
Born and raised in Stewart, heart attack. Willard of San Jose, visiting in St. Petersburg. ASSEMBLY OF P1NEGHOVEMETHODIST SUNDAY: Sunday School. 'j i

Mississippi, Mrs. Durham Born in Lawtey, Mr. California; two sons: MichaelJ. goes to the familyof GOD CHURCH 10 am.; Worship. 11 a.m.; ; '
moved to Lakeland in 1946. Bennett lived in Raiford for Aston of U.S. Navy Philadelphia Hobson Aston who died on Craig Buhler, who is employed "The Happy Church Rev Ben L. Coleman Bible Study 6:30: p.m.;

She resided there until 1972 many years, where he retired Pa., and William July 30 at the Veterans at a hotel in Panama llwy. 18 Weldon St. Evening Worship, 7 p.m.
when she moved to Starke, from the Division of Corrections Aston of Japan; one sister: Hospital. Reverend Father City, visited his family and Starke SUNDAY: Sunday School, WEDNESDAY: : Prayer

then Hampton two months and moved back to Mrs. Trilla Mae English of Patrick Foley conducted friends in the area over the SUNDAY: Sunday School 9:43: a.m.; Morning Worship, Service, 7:30: p.m.

ago. Mrs. Durham worked as Lawtey in 1968. He was a Hubbard. Texas. i funeral services on Tuesdayat weekend. 10 a.m.Morning; Worship, 11 11 a.m.; Evening Services, \
a bookkeeper until her retire member Rosary was recited Monday Archer Tanner Funeral 7:30 --------
of the Highland and a m.; Evening Worship, : p.m.
Beverly Joyce Meng
ment and was a member of in the Archer-Tanner Home. THURSDAY : Prayer
Baptist Church and Veteran of evening were hostesses for a Mary 8*> CRACK n.\PTlSTl'IIl'IU:1I
the Primitive Baptist faith. World War II.Survivors Funeral Home with Father Cosmetic at their WEDNESDAY : Youth Meeting 7:30: p m. llwy 1 UNA) South
Kay Party
s a
Survivors include a son, include his Patrick Foley officiating. Katie Saxon Is recuperatingat home on Saturday. Michelle meeting, 7 p.m.; Bible Study, SUNDAY': Bible School 10 y t

Boyd Durham of Hollywood widow, Mrs. Joyce Pinnell\ Funeral mass was conducted home following two week'shospitalization Lemmers from Gainesvillewas 7 p.m.Pastor ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC a.m. ; Worship. 11 a.m. ; .
Bradford '
Fla.; one sister !Mrs. Bernice Bennett of Lawtey; four sons: Tuesday morning in the at the Consultant and Robert Harden Training Union. 7 p.m. :
Behrens of Princeton New David of Starke; Danny and Chapel of Archer-Tanner County Hospital. demonstrator at the party.> Welcome one and all! Rev Patrick II.FoleyMassesaturday Evening Worship 8 p.m. .

Jersey ; and three grand Douglas both of Starke and Funeral Home. Interment a a S a WEDNESDAY: Prayer :... ,
Hank Lott remains in ..Il.t_ : 7 p.m., Meeting, 730; p.m."A church .if:J 1
children. Dean of Lake Butler two followed in-Crosby Lake James O'Neal from-West FIRST CHRISTIAN
; Shands Hospital following '
Teaching
Sunday 11
a.m.
Monday 7
;;1J. where everybody i is '1
Funeral services were daughters: Miss Diane Cemetery: surgery for a ruptureddisc. Palm Beach, who is enrolled CIIUKCH p.m., Tuesday 8:30: a.m., "
Tuesday at Rock Primitive at' Pope John Seminary in Jim Love, Minister somebody.
Bennett of Bristol. Tenn., and We hope he continues to Wednesday 6:30: p.m., '
Baptist Church at Broeker, Miss Darlene Bennett of make steady Weston, Mass., visited the 8:30 aaaa
progress. Thursday : a.m. first CIILTifll I
with Rev. J.Y McCormick of Lawtey; one brother: Mr. WILLIE SOUTHERLAND Francis Meng family on SUNDAY: Sunday School, Friday ofmonth, 8:30 a.m': FIRST BAPTIST ,
Hen
Winter Haven Fla.. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins Saturday. During the month of 9:45: a.m.; morning service, Rev. Bryant
Paul Bennett of Lawtey; three Confessions: Monday 6 p.m. School. I
Willie Southerland 73, of August, Jim, who is a former 10:45: a.m.; youth group, 6 SUNDAY: : Sunday
officiating. Rev. E.P. Stotton sisters: Mrs. Mildred Sapp of enjoyed the visit of her sister 6:45: p.m., or upon request.
of Lakeland and Rev. James Route 1, Lake Butler, died and brother-in-law Mr. and Starke Middle School teacher, p.m. ; evening worship, 7 Parish Council 9:45: a.m. ; Morning Worship
Mrs. Hazel
Starke. Tanner of Meetings 13
will\ be Catholic Choir 8 lla.m.; ChurchTraming.fi: I
Monday at the Bradford Mrs. P.L. Morris from assisting pm.; practice, p.m. ;
Starling of Graham Baptist fourth Monday of each month.
La" and
tey. Mrs. Pauline County Hospital. who Charities work in the Jacksonville WEDNESDAY: Bible p.m.; Evening Worship. 7i:: (
Macclenny, stopped by on
Altar
Church both assisted. Anderson of Lawtey and four Society Meetings -
; before to Study. 8 o.m.FIRST p.m.
Interment followed in the grandchildren. Southerland was a retired Thursday enroute to South classes area Boston.IF returning. ....._- 1st Monday of each month.MORGAN WEDNESDAY: : (Hour of .
employee of the Union County Florida and again on Sunday. near
church cemetery. Archer- Funeral services were held Road Department.He a a e a Power 7:30: p.m. I

Tanner Funeral Home of Monday afternoon in the is survived his wife PRESBYTERIAN ROAD
by Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Prevatt,
Starke was in charge of Highland Baptist Church, with Willia Mae Southerland CHURCH BAPTIST
two
; Jr. and son Emory III visited YOU NEED Dr. Jack Hand,minister
arrangements.Mrs. Rev. John Chasteen offi daughters, Mrs. Hazel Varnesof Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkinson Printing get it from the pro- SUNDAY: Sunday School. J

ciating. Interment followed in Lake Butler and Mrs. Iva Sunday. Little Emory is fessionals. Serving Starke for SUNDAY.: Sunday School, 10am., Morning Worship and
Evergreen Cemetery near Harrelson of Jacksonville; to serve as ring- Services for the Deaf,41 a.m..
preparing 98
: Claire B. () ( ulnn years. 9:30: a.m.Iorning Worship,
Raiford.\ Archer-Tanner two sons, Earl Soot her land of bearer at the wedding of the Bradford Printers 11 a.m. Training Union, 6:30 p.m. "You never know what is

Funeral services for Mrs. (o'uneraillome, S. 301 was in Alachua and' Bruce Adkins' granddaughter, Toye 964.6305 THURSDAY : Choir I Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. enough until you know.
Claire B. O'Quinn of charge of arrangements.IIOBSONC. Southerland of Lake City and Richard who plans to be 135 W. Call practice 7:30: p.m. WEDNESDAY: : Mid-week what is more than enough;
Jacksonville were held 15 grandchildren. married to Guy Padgett, Jr. Prayer Service 7:30 p.m. William Blake.

Saturday morning, July 30, in Funeral services were heldat on October 15.
: .ASTON 72 2 p.m. Wednesday, August
the chapel of Hardage-Krauss
3. in the Johnstown Baptist D.J. Riddick, Paige and O
Southside, Funeral home 4115 )
Hendricks Ave. Mr. Hobson C. Aston, 72, 'of Church near Lake Butler. Shian Roberts were amongthe

Rev. James R. Lloyd Starke died Saturday morningin Brother C.F. Durrance was Young Musicians Camp
officiated. the V.A. Hospital in Gaines 'officiating and the Johnson held at Lake Yale near Eustis .

Burial followed Saturday ville after an extended illness. Hayes Funeral Home of from July 25 through July 30. r I'l'+
Gainesville handled all The 250 who attended
were
Alabama. Mr. Aston
afternoon in Crosby Lake Born in r-4A-
to meet three _
privileged =
Cemetery at Starke. served in the U.S. Navy from arrangements.Burial -
followed in Brown'sCemetery music
Mrs. O'Quinn, of 5616 1949 when he retired. composers including :: =--
1923 to near Starke. Lee and Diane Turner who Whatever You Call1t.
Auburn Road, died Thursday, He has lived in the Bradford r W

July 28.Survivors. LP Gas Liquified Petroleum I
include a eon .- I

Jack F Carter of Jacksonville Propane Metered Gas Bottled Gas
; three sisters: Mrs. Nelle
Bright Mrs. Mollie Bolger Every now and then YOU NAME IT WE HAVE ITIUgite

and Mrs. Dorothy Byrd; a
brother. Joe Bright, and a \ '
grandchild Jay Carter. \ propane gas. ,/

Mrs. O'Quinn will be something % __
remembered as the former _

Mrs. J.F. Carter, and a -Tr- 4J
former resident of Raiford. *


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i Cord Of Thanks 1 I

1-.fir*::'rrrhShK,1Vh::r.Vr..Yrri: : :::::::,::1:1r:: comes alongThe { J FOR YOUR HOME TODAY! ( J.


Mrs. Kate Sheppard and M Ugite propane gas is cheaper than Ugite propane gas is clean burning so
family wish to thank their
their kind electricity and competitively priced it aids in combatting air pollution.
many friends for
with fuel oil.
thoughts remembrances flowers prayers and, joy of home ownership makes its stand against

food bestowed on them during inflation in a Guerdon Mobile home. Laugh at rising ( J Ugite, propane gas is delivered to your Ugite installs, sells and services gas, ( J
her confinement in the appliance in the same manner as gas appliances. and equipment.
Bradford County Hospital.Mrs. costs. Smile at'utility bills. Scoff at maintenance. And natural gas.

Sheppard has been into Comfort and convenience in Mobile W
ease a
transferred to Glynn. maintains
Ugite a complete service Ugite offers convenient budget billing
Brunswick Memorial Home built wide for you. department' for customers. and insured payment plans for heating<
Hospital, Brunswick Ga, customers.

31520. THEWIDENESS ; CALL DOES IT ALL .



1 would like to thank all our GAS SYSTEMS APPLIANCES AND .+' .
friends and loved ones for
their special kindness OF
EQUIPMENT FOR
/' HOME-BUSINESS-INDUSTRY.
thoughts, and prayers duringhis GUERDONSee .

illness\ .
Hank Lott FamilyThe
CALL TODAY

,. the model homes on display today at !

. family of the late Mrs. .

Carrie Williams STARKE HOME CENTER 376-5392 376.5392
acknowledges the many comforting

messag floral 2826 N. Waldo' Rd.FU. .
';tributes, food, and other expressions N. Temple Ave. 2826 N. Waldo.'Rd.Gainesville n n ,
of kindness evident .
Fla;
In thought and in deeds during -
Starke Fla. 9648741Blg o .
,
their bereavement. May God '_. "

bless all of you.Mary. Ella Colemar In Spac. Big In Variety. Big Where It Counts .-, In Vall4., d !) W 1
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and Family .be ERERGY Peoph w w w I

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iiaNOTICE Brooker News I Senior CitizensBack
IN THECIRCUIT COURT Notice is hereby given that the

Bertie McKinney wHI not be EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF Bradford County Planning arc by eaneUe Prescott in the saddle again. the city, with trees and grassy absence.
responsible for debts incurred by FLORIDA IN AND Zoning Board the designatedLocal Phone 485-171S That Is how It feels after a front and back yards. One moment of silent

Roy McKinney. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY Planning Agency for Brad- "' _._____.._L. month-long trip within which Construction of new wide meditation was oberved for
Bertie McKinney 'ord County and the Tootsie.wing musician's' t.rap Bellvtew, and picked up their my wife Peggy and I visited roads Is evident everywherewith three club members Dovie

Rt. 1, 175-G. CIVIL ACTION Municipalities of Brooker Tucker spent the son, Stoney who traveled on to my brothers and sister in "Flybys," overpasses Durham Albert Nichols and
week of
Starke, Fla.32091.Itpd CASE NO. 77-324 Hampton and Lawtey, will hold Musicians July 25-30 at the their sister's. Mr. and Mrs. Cambridgeshire. Englandand which connect highways Art Lockwood, who died
8/4/ public hearings on the 9th and Young Camp at Paul Prescott, and spent the
Lake Yale Glasgow( Scotland. As is around the city reaching up during the past month. May
hi re: The Marriage of REMER 23rd 1977 Baptist Assembly week with them
days of August. at and other
usual I rest in .
NOTICE OFAPPLICATION in Leesburg Fla. suppose, talking of old Into the Scottish Highlands they peace.A
CREWS. husband and MAMIE relatives
7:30 p.m., in the County July 2224.Servicemen. times when
FOR LEE CREWS, wife.NOTICE Commission Chambers. we were kids which to some extent mars
TAX DEED OF SUIT Courthouse, Starke Florida.County Lisa Tucker will be at were larded with hearty their natural beauty.It book "My Life In and Out

NOTICE IS HEREBY NO PROPERTYTO The purpose of the hearings to Harmony Bay Youth Music guffaws of laughter by the was on a trip to Glamis of Baseball" by Willie Mays
Camp West Florida Baptist comical occasions which Castle in the Highlands that was placed in the Bradford
public comment the
GIVEN. that Harrington : MAMIE LEE CREWS receive : on
Chandler the holder of the (Address Unknown) proposed Land Use Plan elements Assembly 3821 East Highway these reveries brought forth. Peggy fell in love with a small County Public Library in

following certificates has filed YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat covering the unincorporated 98, Panama City Florida Nuss Receives Sadness we avoided like a town named Anchterarder. Loving Memory of Houston C,

said certificates for a tax deed to an action for dissolution of area of Bradford Countyand 32401 between August 8-13, "Wings oT Gold" plague. This was a happy We stayed there for a week. Driscoll and his wife, Marion(
she asks all her friends to Navy Ensign Terry D, Nuss event after The shown Ward Driscoll both of whom
be issued thereon. The certificate marriage has been filed against the incorporated areas of drop many, many sun brightly everyday ,
numbers and years of you and you are required to Brooker Hampton and L wtey. her a card. whose wife Barbara is the years of abscence from the unusual for Scotland at died within one month last
of the Copies of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Old Country and above all I time.
Issuance the description serve a copy of your written proposed plans Richard Coss any
s property and the names In defenses if any to it, on the may be viewed at the Zoning Piano Lessons of 932 Raiford had an American wife to show Happy hours were spent faU.An
Road Starke received
which it was assessed are as plaintiff's attorney. whose name Department, Bradford County Nell Mann will be teaching naval aviator.Presentation, was designateda off among my Kith and Kin. talking to the natives who appeal was
follows. Courthouse in Starke, and at the beginning Piano this Our sojourn in England was were very friendly. Most of from the Civitans Regional
and address Is September. Anyone interestedin of the "Wingsof Blood Bank Center Foundation
Certificate No. 112 Town Halls of Brooker enjoyed in a temperature of 54 the time we were roaming in
Gold"
marked
DUDLEY P. HARDY Esq. taking lessons culminationof for the
should
Year of Issuance 1975 Hampton and Lawtey. Both degrees whilst it was ragingnot the Glens and Hills luxuriously asking support
18
months of
Fierce & Hardy P.A. contact her for additional flight training. Blood Bank's Building Fund
and oral
Description of Property COM. written comments are The aviation at home where temper- covered with Heather and
P.O. Drawer 1030 information and curriculum included
AT SE COR OF NW 1/4 OF SE welcome scheduling. basic studies atures soared in the high 90's Bracken In bloom and Drive. We think this is a
Florida 32091 Phone in
1/4 & RUN W 280' FOR A POB. Starke 3tchg 7/21, 8/4, 8/18 4851175. engineering and and 100's.Glasgow. watching hare rabbit worthy cause and should be
and file the original with the navigation; grouse,
P.O.
THEN RUN N 105', W 210 S generously supported
training flights in Scotland pheasant partridge and other
clerk of the above styled court Pastor Resigns simulators; is a ,
105' E 2101 TO POB SEC: 32, Box 1340, Gainesville Fl.
R.22. on or before August 26th, 1977; NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO We will miss Rev. Terry aircraft familiarizations; bustling city. Huge sections of wildlife which abound in the
Twp 6 S, otherwise a judgement may be REGISTER Cranford. He resigned as basic and advanced slum areas have been razed Highlands. But the days went 32602.
Clifford
Name in which assessed entered against you for the relief FICTICIOUS NAME pastor of Brooker Baptist instrument training; extended and the place where I was rapidly by and we returned

Chandler All of said property being In demanded In the complaint or Pursuant to Section 86609 Church effective, Wednesday, navigation( flights and born (Anderston) the only home to a sizzling 98 degreesIn Happy Allen Birthdays and truly were
petition. July 27 1977. landings aboard an aircraft buildings left St. Jacksonville. It Mary yours ,
the County of Bradford. State of Florida Statutes notice is hereby were was a great
Florida. WITNESS my hand and the given that the undersignedMr. Our prayers for you and carrier.A Patrick's Church and the holiday and we highly Joe Kerrigan. Many happy

Unless such certificate or seal of said Court on July 26, and Mrs. J.E. Mlligan, 1012 your family are God be with 1975. graduate of the Mitchell Public Library. recommend it. returns.

certificates shall be redeemed 1977 Butler Road Starke Florida, you in all your endeavors.The University.of. Colorado, Former residents were moved A tip of the hat to Vernon Next meeting will be August
according to law the property GILBERT S BROWN As Clerkof 32091, doing business under the Church Members Boulder with a bachelor of into government financed and Olin who chaired the meetingsof 9 at 1 p.m. in the Pratt Street

described in such certificate or said Court firm name of "MINI-GOLF arts degree, Nuss joined the built homes called "Council the Bradford County Senior Recreation Center.Joe
certificates will be sold to the By: Marian McRae, As Deputy COURSE" 2000 N. Temple Personate Navy in June 1970. Houses" in the perimeter of Citizens Club during our Kerrigan
Clerk Avenue $tarke, Bradford Mrs. Eva Harrell traveledto
bidder at the courthousedoor
highest the 17th of August 7/28/ 'Itch 818NOTICE/ County, Florida 32091 intends Quincy to attend the
1977 on f register said fictitious name wedding of her grandson, District Wide Oklawaha Basin Greater St. John I
jnder the provisions of aforesaid. Mike Emery to Miss Janie IF YOU NEED Fund 10 Find 15 Basin FUnd 20 l\lt.o1/1, .
statute. Cook on Friday, July 29, at 8 Printing get It from the pro- ----
I GILBERT S. BROWN OF INTENTIONTO Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Milligan, p.m. After a wedding trip they fessionals. Serving Stark for
Beulah M. REGISTER
I By: Moody will reside in Quincy.Mr. 98 years. J source Planning 6 HanaqEl1'lMt!
owners.
: Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford FICTITIOUS NAME
Dated this 28th day of Jury, and Mrs. Elton F. Bradford Printers
I County Florida Pursuant to Section 865 09 AD 1977 at Starke Florida. Watson and their daughter, 144.6305 Personal Services S 7.364 S 125.970 S 200.935 $ 334,169
7/144tchg 8/4 Florida Statutes, notice is hereby
115 W. Call:
7/28 4tcht 8/18 Ellen of Lakeland. came by
I given that the undersigned COntractual Services
1.500 19,103 .34,193 54,796Oamodities
NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Bobby W. Cnsp and Elizabeth S.
I
FOR Roberts, P.O. Box 245 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO :: 100. 7,981 4.309 12.3'10
TAX DEED Hampton, Florida 32044, doing ADOPT BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1977-78

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, business under the firm name of CUrrent Charges 2,225 1.775 4.000
that W R. Alderman the holderof "FRIENDLY SHELL STOP" Legal Notice

the following certificates has Hwy 301 North Lawtey, Capital Outlay 55 8,235 10,865 14,155Ota1s
filed said certificates for a tax Bradford County Florida, NOTICE TO ALL TAXPAYERS OF A PUBLIC HEARING ON THE ADOPTION OF A PROPOSED BUDGET BY

deed to be issued thereon. The 32058 intends to register said THE ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT AND INTENT TO LEVY A TAX TO FINANCE A ? S 9,019 S 163,414 S 252,077 S 424,510
certificate numbers and years of fictitious name under the provisions PORTION OF SAID BUDGET.
issuance, the description of the of aforesaid statute. You are hereby notified that the Governing Board will hold public hearings on the following dates and placesfor

property and the names in Bobby W. Crisp and Elizabeth the purpose of adopting a budget or as the same may be emended: General Services
which it was assessed are as S. Roberts owners\ /

follows. Dated this 13th day of July. August 17,1977: Fine Arts Building, Palatka, Florida beginning at 2:00: p.m. Personal Services S 181,6Bl S 28,124 S 46.297 S Z5u.1U:
I Certificate No. 29 A D. 1977 at Starke Florida.

: Year of Issuance 1975 7/21 4tpd8/11 August 18,1977: Civil Service Board Room Duval County Court House Jacksonville Florida 2:00 p.m. Contractual Services 152,355 21,490 19,350 l'.I.r! ,
Description of Property THAT

PORTION OF LOT 33 IN August 19,1977: Kahler Plaza Hotel, Eds East Ballroom 151 E. Washington, Orlando, Florida, 1 1:00: 4:00 p.m. Camoditiea 83.832 2,516' 5,032. 11,3011)
WOODLAWN WHICH LIES N NOTICE OFAPPUCATION

' OF HWY BEING 4-A MIL OCD FOR All persons their attorneys or agents owning real or personal property subject to taxation In the following Cturent Chdrges 37,220 8,720 18,520 b4,460
OR 114 P g 143 329-73 100, TAX DEED counties are invited to appear before said board and show thei r objections to said proposed budget which hereinafter -

' SEC. 16 Twp-5-S. R22. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, is published in full: COnstruction Outlay 20] 400 :!OI. ol1
Name in which assessed Mealy that H.V. Saxon the holder of

I McConnel the following certificates has Counties in District Counties Partially Capital Outlay __ 27,923 2,475 4Q48 1.SJ1Y'1blals
. All of said property being in the filed said certificates for a tax Within the District

I County of Bradford, State of u ea to be issued thereon. The 5 684,411 5 63,325 S 94,147 S Rll 4a'
Florida. certificate numbers and years of Brevard Alachau

Unless such certificate or issuance, the description of the day Baker
certificates will be sold to the ...no..rtv. and the names in Duval Bradford Water Pesources Departrmnt

highest bidder at the courthouse which it was assessed are as Ftegler Lake

door on the 17th of August follows. Indian River MarionOkeechobe Personal Services S 166,112 S 693.563 S 85" ,h""'

1977 S Certificate No. 130 Nassau *
Dated this 21st day of June, Year of Issuance 1975 St.Johns Orange COntractual Services 49,980 116.748 1'.t., -:.:
1977 Description of Property COM AT Seminole OsceolaPoIR

GILBERT S. BROWN.CLERK SECOR OF SW1I4 OF NE1/4 Volusia CcmnxUtlese. 31.950 119.595 Ul.H'j I''
J
By Beulah-. Moody .' Putnam 5JNA I n ."'-"It i 4
To POB CONTW
330-.W529 : .. .
4" .w. '

County Florida POS SEC: 30 Twp-7-S. R.22. TENATIVE BUDGET
7/14 4tchg 8/4 Name m which assessed Carol FOR Capital Outlay 99,275 77,2)7 t'.I.:! '
ST.JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Nugent & Paul L. Nugent Jr. FOR THE PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1977 SEPTEMBER 30. 1978 Totals __ S 361,642 S 1.0IQ.H.EI S 1,381,11'_ _
FOR All of said property being in the

TAX DEED County of Bradford State of .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Florida. Fxivironnental Science
that H.V. Saxon the holder of Unless such certificate or

the following certificates has certificates shall be redeemed Personal Services S 76.830 S 75.776 S 1r: .,.,1..
filed said certificates for a tax according to law the property Funds on Hand Beginning ,

deed to be issued thereon. The described In such certificate or October 1, 1977 Contractual Services 6.425 4,375 1 '
certificate numbers and years of certificates will be sold to the

issuance the description of the highest bidder at the courthousedoor Estimated Unobligated for Conunoditics 9.306 11,140 1'.1 h
property and the names in which on the 17th of August Net Balance on Hand at

it was assessed are as follows: 1977 beginning of1977.78 Current Chorqcs) ,200 2.00 1.1 u
Certificate No. 78 Dated this 23rd: day of June. fiscal year. .

Year of Issuance 1975 1977. Capital OUtlay .24o 20.J4' : : '
Description of Property LOT 23 GILBERT S. BROWNBY District Wide Cklawaha Baain Greater St. Johns

OF BLK 2 IN GAHAGAN S/D Beulah M. Moody Fund' 10 Fund 15 Basin Fund 20 totals Totals S 117,006 S 110.7)'j S :..: ... + '
SEC 21, Twp-6-S, R22. Clerk of Circuit Court of

Name in which assessed Hanp BRADFORD County, Florida District Wide Oklawaha Basin Greo1ter St. Johns
CohenAll 7/144tchg 8/4 FI.n110 District wide, ($ 107,572)) Fund 10 F\Jnd 15 Basin Fund 20 Totals
of said property being in the Deficit Obligation -

County of Bradford, State of I #tmt:. reflects repayment .

Florida. NOTICE OFAPPLICATION of funds borrowed! for .Debt ServiceRepayment .
SUnless such certificate or certificates FOR operating expenses. .
shall be redeemed TAX DEED 5th quarter-fy 1976-77 I of Principal i Interest

according to law the property NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, due 9/30/77 on Loans $ -376,697 $ 37hh'I7
described in certificate or certificates that M. F. Wiggins the holder of
\will" be sold to the highest the following certificates has Cklawaha Basin fund-

bidder at the court house dooron filed said certificates for a tax Unobligated Balance: S 265,654. !irotor Pool

the 17th of August 1977 deed to be issued thereon. The Upper St. Johns Basin '. '

Dated this 23rd day of June certificate numbers and years of balance of Unobligated funds $ 349,060 Radio Equipment S .6,000 S 6,000flright
I
1977 issuance, the description of the ,

property and the names in Total of funds on hand beginning > i I J t Express ) ,a00 1,000
which it was assessed are as October 1, 1977 S 507,142September i

GILBERT S. BROWNBy follows. iI'Test Drilling i Ptrnpiny 30,000 30.00t
Beulah M. Moody. Certificate No. 9

Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- Year of Issuance 1975 Income October 1, 1977 iobtor I Vehicles S 9,500 S 17.900' 32,000 59, dunutside
ford County, Florida. Description of Property LQT 3 30, 1978

7, 14 4tchg 8/4 OF BLK 8 IN TOWN OF NEW I O= Equiprent 4,210 4,700 0,911)
RIVER SEC: 24, Twp 6-S. R-20. Anticipated from State Legislature '. .

I Name in which assessed General Appropriations locals 1 S 9,500 S 22,110 S 73,700 S 105,310
NOTICE OFAPPLICATION GRAND UNITED .ORDER OF Grants in AID 100,000 : 300,000 400,000
.
ODD FELLOWS
FOR
TAX DEED All of sad property being in the Costal Plains Study 50,000 50,000 l'ax Assessors 6 Collt'CtorsfamussLons
County BRADFORD State of
.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Florida. DNR Aquatic Weed Control 53,704 65,434
11,730
that H.V. Saxon the holder of
the following certificates has Unless such certificate or certi- r Contractual Services $ 51,873 $ 24, (J3 S 53,045 $ lJ.1!
ficates shall be redeemed EDA Local Works Grant 200,000 200,000
filed said certificates for a tax
according to law the
deed to be issued thereon. The property
described in such certificate Permit Fees 20.000 20,000 Reserves
certificate numbers and of ]
i
years
certificates will\ be sold t5 the .
issuance, the description of the
highest bidder at the courthouse Interest on Certificates Reserves! forContingencies .
property and the names in door on the 17th of August of Deposit 5,000 7,000' 5,000 17,000
which it was assessed are as 1977. ',' S 75,429 S 63.007 S 50.000' .S 188.436
follows.
Certificate No 126 Dated this 7th day of Jury 1977 Anticipated from District :. Reserve for Cash Balance 100,000 ; 100.'IJQ)
GILBERT S. BROWNBy Wide Taxes 1,633.355 : t. 1,633,355Anticipated
Year of Issuance 1975 '
Beulah M. Moody I (To fund 1st quarter ty
Description of Property 1 LOT105'E
Clerk of Circuit Court of Oklawaha Basin ; -
1978-79 due to lack of
& W By 521/2' & SIN
Bradford County Florida Taxes 460,419 460,419 '.
NW COR OF SE1/4 OF SE1/4 ash: on hanJ during said

OF SE 1/4/ SEC 19, Twp 7- S,' 7/14 4tchg 8/4 Anticipated Greater St. Johns quarter= ) ,

Name R22 In which assessed L.G INSURANCE Basin Taxes 944,201 944,201 ?orals S 175,429 S 63,007 5 50.000 S 288.. Jo

Johns.All Santa Fe Community Collegeis Total Anticipated Balances ,

of said property being m the reviewing all Fire and Liability t Receipt $ 1,750,783 S 844.803 S 1,701,965 $ 4,297,551 Final, TOtals Appropriations
County of Bradford State of
Florida. Insurance coverages on all J S 1,750.781 S 8 4,803 S 1,701.965 S 4,297.5,L 1
properties owned or leased by
Unless such certificate or the College.
certificates shall be redeemed The College will for f'camended- Afproprlatlona!
negotiate October, 1977 Septertoer: 30, 1978
to law the
according
property purchase: : insurance: with area
described in such certificate or Ncerned agent who qualify I Administration
certificates will be sold to the according to College require This notice will bo published in tho 19 counties: of said District in accordance.
Personal Services $ 245,629 S 14,661 S 29,323 S 28 ,G13 .
highest bidder at the court ments. Final determination to be with existing laws.
house door on the 17ti of made by sealed bid --
Contractual Services 6,450 99.770 '
August 1977. Interested gents may inquire 84,595 8,725 J : I Dated this 28th day of July A.D. 1977. ,j, f ,.

Dated this 23rd. Day of June. in person to Harlem Trofholz Canrodities 150 5,600 ,4' .
5.375
75 .J .
1977 Associate D.anl, Business Signed r%

GILBERT S. BROWNBy Affairs, Building F, N.W. Current Charges 81,650 81,650 / 1a.; R.T. Clay, rtiiuii
Beulah M. Moody Campus of Santa Fe Community 14 &
Clerk of Circuit Court d CoII .. 3000 N.W. 83rd Street Capital Outlay 26,605 6.435 12,870 45,910 Attest by .
Frederick OT
BRADFORD County. Florida. Gaineeville. Florida

" 7/14 4tchg 84f 1tchQ 8/4 Total I 441,854 S 79,896' S Ill,797 S 522,543 Executive DirectnrI.tIaa -


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Williams Files Disclosure FormState .. .... ..4 ? .u. s66.. ....... I ',I,,


Representative Frank assets of $951,347 and

Williams D-Starke has reported liabilities of 286514. Largest

a net worth of $165,929 reported holding was $337,510 'I'II,'

In his financial disclosure in the Bar C Ranch at Lloyd :M ,

statement filed in Tallahasseein followed by $57,685 for a farm JfLJ

compliance with the so- in Starke. and stock in Gulf .i

called "Sunshine County Farms Inc. worth j J -: j I

Amendment." 67213. His largest liability w.', .- --- .-.,.. -1...U ...w'RIwoe-: C-I-. .. .. .. .. .. __._.-.J-.. ----- --.... ( !
The 34-year-old mortgage was $97,350 owed to Barnett ,' 1
----- ------- '
broker and former Bradford Banks of Tallahassee and RUBBERMAID PARTY BRADFORD SEPTIC ---.:...--- ---.-- ------------ t .., '

County Civil Defense director another $12,657 was shown as PLAN ...... demonitrntori. TANK SERVICE NICELY FURNISHED GOING OVERSEAS) Mnitacrlflce .FOR SALE mobile home I'
showed ownership of $143,000 owed to his own "office Part ., lull U.... N. residential. pump-onte. 40. apartment 3 r....., ntQItlaifurnished. Singer Fatnreaowlng pnrta and. mpplleo. OLIN'S I I

in real estate including a account." collecting. N. puk...... No Fait ..r.i.. guaranteed.Phono .. Suitable for one machine. top of the MOBILE HOME SALES ." "I
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... Private .... Need ........ .. .. t"
$38,500 home on Crystal Lake delivering. T.rowlrob.a. 964-8121. 4tpd ..r. entrance. area Highway 100 Wait Stnrhe, .. _-- I
and property In Lake Butleras .. P.... 14813128 Inquire. at 603 E. Washington to take np payment of pheni 964-5606. TF/Chg "" ,
his Pam B.... 7/28 2tchg" MOBILE HOME MOVING A.... 7/14 TF/chg .Jl/menth or pay balanceel ;
major
assets.and a CLASSIFIED AD ------- ----- 1283.Pbo.964-7084 after BLUEBERRIES 50
8/4 .... mobile homo hurricane ) U-Pfck i7ritwiiiecjar3:1J. r rI
real estate
000
$13, mortgageas 6 Will "deliver .. .
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pjn. cent He. Wo Pick 75
--------- --- anchoring and mobile TWO I BR apartment and. per ,
his primary liability.The homo roof eoatlnaOnn'l one t BR apartment. Elee- obUgntlon. Itpd 8/4 cent. per lb. Off Earleten I

third-term legislatorfiled MoMlo Homo Sorrleo.P.... Iris and hot water fu......... ------------ Road 1200-A], 1.8 miles I REALTY '
his 1976 income tax 'll WANTED f 964-6606. Highway lOOW. Itpd. YARD SALE Ram or ....... ..rt..f SR.21.thai 1/2 mile.. : 1I I I
f|A
return along with the disclosure Deadline for Insertion Starho.. TFchgVACUUM ITh! .---- Friday eV Saturday.. A little welt. L..c......, 4732702or -- r.-t. '
form and showed his Tuesday noon preceding PRIME BUSINESS SPACE bit .. everything.. 1 ml Wait 4751151. Open 8 a.... to _'C.'NEWLOCATIONI- I
before ----- -- CLEANER REPAIRS .Lawtoy.SR 225.ltchgSI4QUARTERIIOItSE 7,30, ... ,
income last year was )9,906) Thursday publi ----- located .. Lawrence Blvd.. p. Monday through '
WANTED STARKE aO make ---- -------- .
all Saturday
his cation. and Flamingo In Keystone, tfn/chg .
including
12000a.year WOODEN TOKEN .loaned models. Starke S.... MARE, 205 N.TEMPLE
Center Hti. Inquire nt Standard. ------------
salary as legislator. Minimum these 2 color rJekeli ter 1957 21* East Call Street Station phono 6 yr old. Game herae. P...... STARKEFtORIDA
Despite the new financial charge$2.00 ..._rear, ..ts....&.... Ifyo p...... 9648312. 4tp1. <' or 4734907. 533: -2825. Itchg 8/4 SPEED EQUIPMENT FOR

disclosure law as many as 30 (Covers 15 Words) ..... ,..... token., --------., T.F.J! ___....___=- --- ----"'--- SALE 10 p.r...' above I
lawmakers did not have the Each word over 15 pl.... ...&..&, N.r... BULLDOZER WORK-land MOBILE BOML fn'"cailntry, GARAGE! SALE) Several coat. OUn'e Mobile Homo. REAL FACTS ON REAL ESTATE

required forms on file in the 10 cents Fletcher, W..... Money clearing" road building. alto furnished,children. welcome ....DI... Saturday, Aug. 8.9 Service Highway. 100VV., Property values continue spiral upwards Wise I
State Elections Division of Collector. P.O. Boa 122 Boy preparation. Phone Edward Phoao 964-6114 or 473-4777. ..... until. Sonthgnto Drive, Stariie. Phone !HI4- 608. Investments In commercial or residential ..
as
All classified ads St. L.... Ml. 39520. St. 4/7 TF/chg Starke. Follow ...... Itpd TF/Chg properties will dividends
Tuesday. Itpd Davli. Glen Mary, 1-2J9- a _...___ __:... pay and the longer you .
be In ad. 8/4 35 9. ---------- 8/4 hold onto of
must for
,Among those, who waited paid "IKlngiley MOBILE HOME LOT with a parcel property the more) the yield. ''I
------------ 4/14 tindigBILL'S SUMMER COTTAGES ---- -------- How
until the deadline to file were vance unless you havean ._ Lake by week. AO..HA. MARE Cool Sue well and septic. tank. Small many times have you heard people telling
established account WANTED' u... *. -------- --- about the time when they could have purchased] I
Agriculture CommissionerDoyle SAW SHOP A/C Call; 533-2368 after 6 An.., 809 !968, Don color down pnymeat. Phone 468- apiece ,. \
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Conner formerly of with The Telegraph. In frigorateri, weaken, and. eervlce pjn. 5/26 TFcbgHOUSES 1170 cash. on top and 1551. 6/9 TF/Chg;. of property for a small sum and how It has In. I
plate aharpeaiag ,
.tons !t. good ....Utlo. creased in value? Make this
that event extra true
Starke who said his net worth $1 circular hand, carbide. ------------ Dodger. King on .bottom. ------- ---- come by buyingnow
DIec....',
Dahmor'a
was 664833. He reported 'Charge for billing. Not Phono chain, mower blade. hollow Championship blood llnea.Bait and selling later for a profit.
responsible for errors 964-7913. TFChgMOTORCYCLES ground and balanced.. Leave otter over ".000. GUNS FOR SALE 22', Many parcels of property are listed with us. Come "'i

when given over the nt Jackeon Building Supply, FOR SALE} Bryan, 782-3370. Itpd 8/4 25'.. and 3S'. cold at D...- by today and select a wise Investment.

5 Lawtey phone or when copy Is Starho K.,_... Height. --- --------- msr'l Discount. TF/Chg

rot typed and brought to TF/C.._._. PICK UP CAMPER A/C LOT FOR SALE! Beautiful
2 BR HOUSE to bo movedoff size bed. Sacrifice.
)
the office. queen wooded. building lot on Reo 40 acre farm great financing set up.I..t|. outside
Homes Pilfered lot. Phone 9647742 .r 7823046. Itchg 84FURNITURE
Street In Grion Acrei. city limits.
904-9929. Itpd 8/4 ------------
J\ ;FOR RENT Paved itreeti, city sewage I
1976 HONDA CB; 550i Like
----- ------- ) Varloniplocee.
24 and water, aldewalki to Kingsley Lake several listings. Also, the best of
July new aliiy bar and pad, 3 BR HOUSE CB ud brick Marvel Columbia,
... 15, 00. 9645663
Too Late ....Ia bar) S helmotot, lock COTTAGE ON LAKE 1 112 bath, CH/A. fh-eplsce, Coaorhr Eetatoa Read 964. ta. or Hampton Lake.INVESTMENT.
964-8397.! 7/14 84WATSON'S
and. chain. Jnet' &.... up. JOHNSON air conditioned. fenced yard itove, dishwasher. 8790. Itpd 8/4 4tchg
-- --------- '
Five homes were broken SM50 .r boot' offer. See nt swImming and flihlng.S123weeh. 1029 Southgate. Dr. ------------ OPPORTUNITIES ((1) -unit :

into in the Lawtey area early To Classify 830 N. Temple Are. Apt. S Phono 473-2108. HOW SoothoUe. P.... 964- AKC IRISH SETTER HOOSE OF apartment house, (2)) Tuck's Drive-In' 301 5./ (3)
Sunday morning July 24, the between 9 ..... and 3 p.m. 5146. Itpd 8/4 PUPS. 3 mo. old. shots VACUUMS mnny brand Drlck home from Wishbone I
7/28 tfchgKITCHENETTES across Chicken (4)
of nsw ......... Died ; ,
sheriff's Itpd 8/4 ----- ------- wormed. t7S .c. Highland.
department FOR RENT --- --------- Vacant 301 N.
...cb.... .".11..1.. Expert", property ,
-- ---------- ASSUME PAYMENTS 0. 1489-735J.: 8/4 2tpd 811IV
reported where guns television : utilities ..
1973 repair,all .k. Parts and I
Parkwood Mobile ------------
sets and various house 3 BR unfurnished Home .Included.; totally lurnlehed; ..... Valuable older propertl.ill \
Homo, 12x70 with oipcndo BOAT) 1970 Naiaan, .rI. for ill vacuums ) ((1)) Largo home on
hold items were taken. References Required. 150.00 l AUTOMOBILESVEGA weekly or Motel monthly' 1 880 ratea.T.inpie N.Temple living r.... Pbone !984.5579. IBberglas, Murray trailer 60 Built-in' central vacuumlyotemt. Madison; ((2) Demorest home on Park St., with 1.75 :
No arrests have been made month. Phone 964-5606. 404 NW 10thAvenue
per Starko. Phone 964- 8/4 Ztchg' 8/11 hp Jobaeon. 964-7240. 1205 acres adjacent to Starke Plaza.
yet in the five-home burglary Itch 7/28 8/11 ------------ Blinding. ltpd 8/4 GnlneivDle.. Phone ,
7357. 3tpd
which involved the houses of HATCHBACK 1972. DOUBLE WIDE MH) ------------ 3767110. TF/Chg: Double Wide '73 Tiffany Harvard: 3 BR 2 full baths
-- ------ ----
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.d. A/C radio
Lane Gaskins Fischer rowtire. excellent", condition, 3 largo CITIZENCOMPTOMETER completely furnished off 301 S. Owner moving
.. 650. Phone 782-3716. HOUSEi Available Sept. 18,
UTILITY BUILDINGS.All
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BR birch .
Gaskins Steve Backus Mrs. 3 BR frame .125/.... paneling .ID. away. .
84CHEVY Phone _
Itchg
FOR aluminum
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SALERoll ,
Winnie Sikes and Mrs. Winnie 9647521. 8/4 8/11 .lrtl.. Lease of land msy Multiplier. nil tape, prewired noteptabl. -
-- ---------- 2tchg coatlouo. 9995. Pb... 964- excellent ....dlll... 75. .., Ught switches, Next to Hi Lo Store in Raiford brick homo and
Woods off SR-225 West of Bar Will Fit PICK UPi 1970. ------- ---- -
7746 alter 5 p.m. 8/4 tf/ckg Phone 782-3860 after 5 p.m. Ufhte, tongue. and groove frame home, pecan trees grapevine and room to
FURNISHED
hort wheolboie.
Lawtey. Short 57.000 floor delivered .... let .
Wheel
Base ------------ tl/pd up.Fmincmg
A Sheriff's deputy said he .0..Mail .U. 875. Ph... APARTMENT) 3 room and DOUBLE WIDE MH 1976 ________ available to 48 garden.
up
belives all five crimes are Ford. With Pair Of 5332283 ..,t...... Itpd 8/4 bath.Central.., ..,..lak.d.AC. aid. 5 aero .1 land: .a JUKE BOX with record. months to pay 60 ibei.Sntuhl .
connected but have not made KC ((15.000 CP) Lites -- ---------- Juet rodeeornted.. Morgan Road Boar 8R-1O. Call Stove Broadway el Ster..... 964-6020 Good building lots: Hampton Lake) Bessent Rdl

arrests. Investigation of Wired Through Bar. FORD PICK-UP: 197. Private drive. 904-8021. 204 Und only 6 menthol, ban 3 K..t... Hti., 473-4732. 964-6021. 5/12 TF/chg Green Acresl!
any 1850. !964-6172 or 964-5065. W. Adklni. Itpd 8/4 BR. 12500. Phone 964-8744 7/28 2tpd. 8/4
the has continued over Also Have Fiber Glass
crime Itchg. 8/4 ------- ---- .
altar 5 p.m. tf/ekg ----------- Small home unit 2 and one half acres on Rd. U. Also
the past week leading the Tool Box With Sliding : M"uTiiv ;- i'74I MOBILE HOME 2 BR. nCrUfii ----- -- ----- FOR SALE Diamond 3 BR,2 bath unit with CH-A off 301 N.
department to Gainesville and Tray That Sets Inside PY Loop. tlOO/month. DOUBLE WIDE MHi, 2460 Diodlei for any etereo, over FAULKNERE
I Voyager. 10 paeienger Pb... !964-8253. Itpd 8/4 ....
Georgia.The Bed. 3 BR. 2 Bath. LR. DR. Dan 247 different wo have We are ALWAYS looking for homes in good repair.
: excellent condition. Radio, ----------- .
toal amount stolen has Kite"... Furnished. CH/A.; thorn. nil. Dnhmer'i Dlacount. .
A/C. Contact MOBILE HOME 2 BR, A IC.Pb.D. .
Elalo
S.
not yet been determined as Call Steve Thomas- Sanders 9647344 or 471- 964-5261 or 964-8245. 6600. Phone 964-8933. Sit.Tan. .. TFChgUMEROCK IB A
.
loss reports are still being 5 Itpd 84APARTMENT anytime* Wed ; FOR SALEs
964-7385 3031 after pja. Itpd 8iFOR Friday alter 4:30 p.m. Itpd. Cecelia T. Terwillenar!
comprised. Phone 782-3172 after 6
---- ------ ------- ---- p.m. BtMIOU. L
After 6 P.M. 8/4
SALE 1973 D.t..; ) Med.,.. l 7/14 tt/chg l26S.W.ter NEWLOCATIONI205N.TEMPLE I '
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Leaves Or 964-6246 400.Great ... ..II..... Save. BR furnished private hath, 2 BR DUPLEX, 83,090 --- --------- Starke.I'I.rlel.964:1I 1 [H
Shooting 8-5 P.M. No COUCh ;
During and buy for (1,000 See atStendnrdStatlon upitalri. pete .rclalldr. down assume payments AND CHAIR SALE 65 -T STARKE FLORIDA
...
Contact 1181.95
Elite
S. np Dahmer'a
SR 100 A Phono 9646766. Itpd 8/4
OFFICE PHONE 9fl76HOMEPHONE964.5145
.
Sands, 964-7344 473. Discount. 2/3
or TF/Cbg
One In Hospital K..t... U../ ---- I
; 21. Height ----------- .L"
LOST & FOUND 3031 niter 5 pjn. Itpd 8/4 BRICK Frame ..... on 83'xl35'' .
HOME with 3 BAHIA. HAY) Argentina. ,
----------- lot.
One In Co. JailA NICELY FURNISHED One bedroom. 2 bathe, doable highly fertniied. phone 964- 110.000.00. .
) t
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carport on largo lot. Drapoi 6071. 111 ...
------------ PERSONALSALCOHOLICS \ BR, duplex.", Utilities tf/chg Old. home oa 100'xlOO' lot
Saturday night shooting LOST, I female. 1 male lurol...... 815 N. Water St. and appliance Included.. --- --------- hi &.... Priced to sell.'
....... Low down payment and takeover
.c back walker ....d.. 7/28 tfchgBRADFORD LAND FOR SALE) 22
involved two Starke left ----
men Reward for Info payment Ph... 944- beautiful i
and
regarding ----- ---- -- .r. high 2 and. half
one man in Shands Teaching 8630. I'1( .... one acre with ;
....n..ut.. Jack Whitehead ANONYMOUS: successful VILLAGE rtll dry. Only 1700 per aero. 12'.70' mobile home.
Hospital listed in good condI- 496-3309! 8/4 Itchg living for people who want to APARTMENTS 1 BR, ------ ------ 82,000 down.. Owner 110500. Goad terms. GEORGE. .nose TSINSURANCE. .
tion and the second man in STOP and STAY financed. P...... Lillian C Pearson I
put ------------ drinking modern, furnished AC, 468-1551. ---- .'0.
the Bradford County jail. topped. Mooting Thuriday carpet,...lk.l..closet walledgarde fOR LEMOBILE { 7/14 4tchg 8/4 6 ind one ,*Jf aerea with 3 III, !.!>.. fIs Real Estate I
Willie Lee Pierce 18, of and Sunday. 8 p.... Phone patio, oll-ltreet --- --------- utility bldf. Well Septic North Temple Ave.

Starke was arrested for the t HELP WANTED ( 964-5-434 or !964-6894. TF parking.315 W. Washington and. electric -
------ ----- St., 9648601. 7/21 HOME PARK House Cleaning STARKE
shooting of Roosevelt Green phone ) ---- 4
24 BABYSITTING .In my homo tf/cbg Tree ihaded. 10 ....... 3 aid. ....fourth ncre JiF'P' 3 BR frame i...... CH/A I

the shooting took place at DELIVERY SALESMAN: or '0.'.. D.,. ..1,. Phone --- --------- Center of Lake Butler SpecialAny fnrmette. 2 BR. 2 B house fenced corner lot, 115,000
the LP ... experience"' pre- 473-3044. Itpd 8/4 OLIN'S SUBDIVISION 18,900. Phone 964-8746 after with apartment and ---- -
about 7:30 pm. in Reno ferred. Register Oil (;... ---- ----- -- 1/2 acre. lote, (30 ,..r "0.&.. 5 ,.a. 8/4 tfehgDELUXE Single Story workshop. Included.. 2 BR frame witn carport on
section in northeast Starke. 308 S. Thompien. 8/4 SUhg SEWING MA'CHINES water and ....... ..,. ... ----------- House,n.9SI Stocked fish. pood. -- -- Fla. Power 115,000. I I
Police have not determined a 8/18 For Inlermatlon .. Mark Two Story House
repaired all ..k.. .10. I ---- Large 4BR frame home, ---- -
motive. ------------ cleaned., oiled and adjusted) Olin; OUn'e M...... Homo 39.95! to 69.95 We have commercial LR, family room, on ten i.7 .cr.....' 100.S at 100A. -
PART TIME I On....... (7.Work guaranteed.Jamie Service, Highway 100 Welt, \\\. lh-iSPU; I None Higher property oa 301 north and. acres, just off SB Iii. reduced to 113,500.

National Guard local work verifying. ..j.r Strickland, corner Margin)' Storks. ... Mobile Homes 19.95 south. - -----
wrlaHsed. merchandise at Road and Highway 16. 3/10 P.... 964-5806. 1/13 fOR SAllCOPPER This Is a pressure and --- 301 North 3 BR LR 10 aerea facing. SR 230 lad

etorel for manntactnreri, TF/(;.. TFIC.. chemical cleaning Pal H.Faulknsr frame house on ten acna, "I.ou Road 22000.
Has GraduationCAMP books. during" week d. .. JtnoltorAieoclatei/ tractor and
--- ------- to equipment. --- --
: guaranteed remove
lII.t.r. ledlvlduali.. HANDYMAN: All homo - - 5'1..,.. facing. two graded.
BLANDING liveochek. Box 76680. repair. Interior and I I NAILS 5. i $ISOly. mildew bugs, stains Several commercial lots on rosde 89,000.

FLORIDA -Two weeks of Intensive Atlanta. Ca. 30328. 8/4 3lpd exterior", remodeling homo. CCU HEAD NURSE etc.Call Irene L.Faulkner 301. -----
training in the basic 8/18 .....1.. and pnlntlng. II Fee Paid Ils..eel AesllpW Collect 984-8961 964.5141 - 36.35 acres 856,300
of leader ---------- -- Special ratoi/termi for II '11.000M. after 8 p.m. SnianM.BikkeoRALPH 9 u,.. pasture land LAWTEY

principles military SALES SUPERVISOR: A. enter cllI..... Free II ........& WIRE 1164.6171 reasonably priced just oft Small 5 room frame house

ship ended for students in the excellent opportunity for the ."' ....1... P.... 9 4-8H11! Recruiter tl.1 VHS. 9ft.. SR 16, N.W. of town. in 1.4 acre. 112000.

Non-Commissioned Officer right ,.no.. If yen hive. at after t p.... for Immediate 1-904-356-8313 - -- ---
School of the Florida National ....t 3 year experfeece", ..teDtI... 7/28 4Uhg 8/18 _12. tAdfl 1-3-6 acre homeiltee 2 1 BR frame Rome completely

Guard Military Academy with .u per vising a ..... ..ollclt.110. .- ---- ---- -- cE: BRYAN Real Estate ..u.. N.W. of Sta...... furnished Incl. new wisher

graduation exercises. telephone room, wo ire ----- and dryer SI3.200.
Interested In talking. to ,... ...11. .... Coffee ,..... Very nke double wide, ; :
Sergeant II.D. Price of
Only t...... with excellent BOOTSAt Floriland RSALTOR 2117 N. Temple 9648788. screened porch .added CH- Commercial bldg. 115.000.
Palatka won the reference need apply for Realty393N.T.I.An. I." ,..... '2S" A. oa one acre lot with --- --

Distinguished Graduate Ibis high. salary poiHIoa that SR 16 WEST plenty of I..... 29 acres 133500.
Carradine'sJUSTIN -- ---- --
Award. Sergeant Peter Include override. Call for Starke.Fla. ----
Seelbach won the Leadership appt. Galneivtlle. 378-7648. 011.9647700 UTILITY SHEDS 24 acrei 2 buildlngei' over 1,000 ft on highway. 38000. Two 20-acre tricte very Beautiful farm, 51.8 aereain
Award 7/28 tf/cbg' WRANGLER lilt .ilbir.4 I* Ter.... reasonable, )Juit off SR 16 301. Brick home with 2Iheplicw
and Specialist 4 JamesE.
2 BR I and ...-.oJI Bath LAWTEY AREA paved road. 3 BR 2 Bathe.
Ilegas of Jacksonville won ...... Close; lo.Deubiewide ----
F. "
Summer .. new going eat! rseVsrJ c...., 6IO CH A A. barn, fenced
both the Academic Award and BRASINGTON Beat selection Rout Prices ---- I. 2. 5. 10 acrii and up. Low down payment ownerfinancing. I BR block house, Bedford planted pasture 1195,400.
Cadillac Oldsmobile M.H. .. Lake... -----
Physical Fitness Award. Anywhere.CARRADINE'S. H..... or mobile home
Extra Lot - 4 BR.2 BethDouble Wide.
The Sales A Service Landeeaped Let. PLUMBINO. SUPPLIES
46 graduates came to BROOKElTAREAFine 3 BR I CB home
avalmbw.I bath Mobile H..... W/ChAA.
the Academy from Guard Fine Selection 01 Used LEATHER SHOP with FR, very nice, 1.7 acres w/cempkte hookup .

units all over the state of Cart Taken On 3 I BR i Bath, Stncco.Spanlnh FORMICA tilt 3 BR,2 bath,brick .home on 28 acres,with. ine-toarth swimming. pool. In town for 2nd MH 15000.

Florida for the purpose of improving Cadillac Trades I mile South of Lawteyon St"Ia. mils en paved read.Too many oatrie"' to...Uo.. -- --- .

their leadership 2001 N.W.I 3785301GALNESVILLF U.S.301 ---- oust THERESSA AREA GEORGE ROBERTS JR. 20 acres with fish pond. 2
.11. .
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Phone 4 BR, E.. Tudor Walking mobile homo hook hog
ability.In 782-3400 R... Real Fatato Broker. -ups.
I __ dlatnkco to Bniinei.. 91 \III V. (.silo, 137 off SR 100 from Phone 964 7826 barn with water and. ilee.
addition to learning staff 1 I.7.10. np to acres (1100/ncret, owner -
-- -- .
... .... 133.350.
and management techniques J Lot .. Sampson Lake. 20por.Dt financing.
drill and ....... RAIFORD AREA OPEN Saturday. A.M. ASSOCIATESLola
ceremony x
Zlpperer 964-7154 ..
and MARK OLIN IS GIVING AWAY ---- '' .
weaponry map reading Lot hi Hampton Lake 0.... WiiYf 'r''n'' 20 acres- dairy barn,...ii and|>>.p.(30,000. 782-3397.

other subjects the students -- -- ..................... LONGCHAMPHome [Lillian Pearian
also learned to teach these HOUSE TRAILERS Building Lot'! I. City. 3 BR furalibed house on paved'road. ., (1S.50O. and Building REALTOR

subjects. This will prepare ---- 2" thru 6" L..t.,,Florida

them for the responsibilities of 3D Acres. oft Morgan Rend Fast KEYSTONE AREA Materials 782-3806
Rotary
-WE BlIWi !
higher rank become --- -
as they '-I--- .H. Silver Sandi ......fr..t3 BR turalahed .Sense 28000. i
senior NCOs which are the : :3O Acree, S Lnyer .. Drilling Equipment ; "Your Plans Or Ours
Fully iquieped ----
backbone of the National :.._ I Acre lota ...... or. mobile ....... Owner financingfrom Your Lot Or Ours'

Guard. -o. 10 .c,.. near .It,. Good STATE UCENSEDPumps $4,500.Waterfreatr. FREE ESTIMATE
...... .. .....
Today's graduating class ,.......Ia for .home lltei ----
..... and ski. thii clear Remodeling Repairs
was the second since the Come See A --- on beautiful waterkke. .
school was added to the dutiesof Need small M.H. Park and. 100' en water Only 3 lot loft at (12JOO; ownerfmaacmg. Additions

the Academy, along with 2x70 Diamond Tree 2 B.R. Roatenrnnt.- --- New & Used MISCELLANEOUS Homes Bought -

the Officer Candidate School. SoldTradedACREAGE

The program for the school Bath And 3For 6995 V.Df.C.I1-114.7700 P.04cm Sales-Parts-Service w.", Midken 3 BR.large DR ......rt.I.............. .. I 1/2 acre khe let at Lak

.was developed by Lieutenant Reg.Real Eatato E-Z Terms aiding, good ........., lamer lot. (2$,900. FOR Hampton Oaka 114,400 .
Colonel Richard S. Pinson. BroherEvonhigi --- 12300 down -. .IMr

Commandant of the Academy GIANT SAVIN0S ON UTILITY ....-647. .................... 1 Acroo* 3 BR CB.....off Bnwalee Rd.(24,400. 964-6853 SALE [manee- .
--- ----- i
-
who was Service awarded Medal the for Meritorious his BUIIDINO THESE PRICES Pearl Andre;..As.... !!! J.. Crtffle L..": 3 BR frame ..... en beautiful' acre lot! Highway 301 South 1/2 aero lot. Lake
964473'FliOmLE (14. 00. Hampton Oaks 82.95.
:efforts. Starke Restricted
--- reeldentlnl
i 8x12 For Only 8x16 A Steal At New Installation Restricted building.... near Cenntrv Club. Nit many left 1- .....It... Have builder
----.
: :: ---
owner fl........ who wll build. homo to oun
12x70 ,. 2 BR. '500 $70200 NONEPARK Remodeling --- Before year .......

Reuse sad 30 sense. off SR 100 SeatS,J..& beyond dty. Fine -----
RepairsDurranci otud ol Umber 50000. You Buy A Homo on SR 100 .. 13.acree.
B&,94Front 1 0x10 For 12x16 For 12x12 ----- Owner moving _

Rear ta aide City LIatJ, Wi have lets, acreage, home* and. ..,... I. Brndferd. Clay. only 120,000
& *595 780 walk lo fimd/ord S4Mri MobileHome
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40 Bradford, Union Youngsters '7-12 Participate' In Camp Ouiet Thunder



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Dr.Jack Childs coordinator of the children's program at the Bradford-Union, Guidance Clinic,, -,
helps In a problem solving session. ,A receives individual counselors while
camper attention from l Leonie Nelson and Candy Bell a I
nation meeting of the younger girls goes on In the background.,
I II For this year camp is over fun of swimming, crafts, Contracting for behaviorwill
I for -40 Bradford and Union canoeing, games and overnight continue when school
county youngsters who participated camping trips the 40 starts with the student,
I in Camp Quiet children were divided Into parents,and teachers forminga
Thunder at Camp groups or tribes of 10 each. contract for phase three,
II I t Montgomery on Crystal Lake The tribes two for boys and said Childs. Phase one, parent
between Starke and Keystone two for girls by age, each had training, began in April and w wJ+4v
Heights. three counselors. Within each phase two including summer .y i'Y ;,
Sponsored by the Bradford- tribe the counselors, would camp includes the entire
Union Guidance Clinic the work with the campers to help family and the children.
camp for boys and girls them relate to themselves, to Childs said some of ''the'
between the ages of 7 to 12 each other and to the larger campers are withdrawn
years old is in its third year group and community. while others are very active
and is partially funded by a Within each tribe the and have behavior that "turns
federal grant. youngsters work together to people off." Some childrencan
Camp Quiet Thunder find better ways of solving get along with adults, but
affords those children re- problems,said Childs. He said not with peers, said Childs.Thecounselorsallgraduate.
: jJf-j ferred by their classroom one of the methods used is to
teachers a chance to enjoy contract for a desired item or
four weeks of day camp and activity. In that a camper will or doctoral level discuss whatis
several overnight excursions.Dr. promise a certain type of behavior -' working for each child in the
Vote is taken in problem solving session before the group can Jack Childs, coordinator in return for a desired group while he is at camp and --'- ---.-
I i KO on to the next activity. Ur. Jack Childs. coordinator of the of the children's result what can be done for each Counselor Robert John
Fitzsimmons
program said when a vote( is taken the majority rules. program, said a bus loaned by Each tribe has a planning child through an individual activity. directs canoeing
I the Bradford County school session at the beginning of program.Followup.
system made the rounds in each day and decides what groups will be rr
both Bradford and Union activities they would like to do held on advances made by the
counties to pick the The rules children the Lacks ..
up by voting. majority during camping City AuthorityTo -. .. .
tof"r children each day and take and the other campers must period and a way in which .
them to the camp. go along with the chosen activities parents may follow up these '
Childs said alone with the said-- Childs.-------.,. changes in home _life.__u Ban ,Parking On 301'. ,- ..

Counselor Jutleann !Nelson;
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camper a quiet
Finding themselves without city pay the overdrawn moment.
the authority to ban parkingon portion for the fire depart-
,' w ...4.wy the west side of US-301 ment and forget it. "If they Arrested
Juveniles
4 Y1til through Lawtey, the council need money let them approach -
I members Monday, August 1, the council and ask for
f rescinded an earlier motion. it," said McCulley. l\londuy In TheftsThree
After a request from Danny The council voted unani-
s Waters and Frank Sutton to mously to pay the overdrawn juveniles were
I v remove the parking ban portion of the budget and pick arrested Monday and charged
mayor Marvin Rosier said the up "gas bills only" for July, with burglary and grand
city had been misinformedand August and September until larceny for the July 26 theft of
the city has no right to the new fiscal year begins.In military uniforms (ROTC
r y make such a move without other businessA : fatigues) from the Bradford t
iaaL.l.1&s permission from the state special meeting was County High School ROTC
Department of called for August 22 at 7:30: building, Starke investigators
Transportation.-: p.m. to discuss revenue reported.
4' Rosier said 'DOT would sharing. Their names are bring ith-'
% t study the traffic situation and -City general and water held.
make a recommendation. budget for 1977.78 was read.
Gelling ready. for a nation meeting before beginning the Discussion in July centeredon The budget totaling $80.498 All the property, 1lu(1'at
d.iy's activities of swimming(, canoeing and crafts. whether no parking on the will be read again at the over$100, has been recoveredThe
east side would wipe out September meeting and votedin same three juvenileswere
Land produce peddling on that sideof for the fiscal year beginning also arrested for the
City, County Use the highway opening car October 1. June 7 robbery of the BCIIS
doors into the lane of traffic -Water System Supt. Barry ROTC building where the
Plans Found CompatibleThe and semi-trucks parking all Watts will try to contact same items were taken All
night with motors running for authorities for a study to be the stolen items were
air Council done to add residents outside
------ conditioning. in that incident sis!
proposed land use plans lound to be compatible and recovered
have been A nation meeting conducted by counselor Robert John Fitzsimmons members were concernedwith the city to the water lines.
of I the City of Slarke and approved by the and Linda Anderson from well.
Hradtord Waters Store unable
Florida to see
Regional Planning
traffic traveling south on US-
Council at its meeting in
Jasper. on July 28. Fireman Busy With 3 Fires Last Thursday 301.that The time council and Rosier was cast split the at
According( to Starke City
Commissioner Harold Epps deciding vote. Energy Savings
who serves on the Clearing There were three fires in a The first fire of the evening,. The fire was along the With the notice the Lawtey
r (House Committee and is also a two-hour period Thursday which was called in at about Seaboard Coastline Railroad Fire Department had over-
director of !NCFRPC; the com evening, keeping the Bradford 5:50: p.m. involved an auto- right-of-way about a half-mile drawn its budget by $56 for the
mittee found that the city's County volunteer department mobile owned by Linda Kilts., south of Starke and was con- current year councilman Ben
plan "is not in conflict with pretty active.A Gasoline had ignited due to tained within the ri&ht-ofway. McCulley made the motion the CENTRAL HEAT & AIR
cither the proposed goals and mobile home was a backfire in her 1960 Falcon,
Ask objectives or the planning destroyed by flames, which was parked at her --------------'--------------i
guidelines being prepared by according to volunteer fire residence on SR 16 about three. I Completely Installed
Charley Council staff in the Regional men, after it was struck by miles east of Starke. I MIKE MITCHELL I Ii
Land Use Plan. lightning Thursday evening at
The city's is also in the 7:15: p.m. Fire Chief Harry Green'
E. process of being plan reviewed by Estimated value of the reported only slight damageto i VAR HEYL LINCOLN MERCURY INC.. I II
the State Planning Agency trailer, which is owned by the vehicle.
John before final hearing is set by James McCabe 10000. The Another fire was reportednot I 2201 N. Main St. Gainesville, Fla. I
the City Council in early fall. blaze, located just north of the long after at 6:10: p.m. the r $1,590
"A careless act can cause '''''' I II
intersection of SR 221 and US same night, with firemen;r 1. .372.4251 a..al" 372.4251
'another person to lose his! Gunsliop!! Robbed ; 301., was extinguished before rushing from the auto blaze to I} ...,. I
*ight..hm masculinity..and spread to a newly built home a woods fire. 1 I I'I
result in a law suit forI located nearby. I II
Items Recovered "More Cars For More People I II
I $100,000 or more. The I 2 TON SYSTEM
TRAVEL ADVENTURE r M09SE WASHIMMINTIN0 .
I usual $10,000 personal I I
:: liability policy is no longer Confederate Gunshop EDUCATION I I Than Anyone Else"We TI .I (PLUS ANY NECESSARY ELECTRICAL WORK )
located on E. Call St., was ----------------------------
\f adequate. Can the Charley broken into Monday night See Chief Kelly US Navy MAIL PAPER HANGING.
E. Johns Agency increasemy July 25. Starke investigators Recruiting Station Starke 14 Vein Experience

Comprehensive reported.The Monday 10 A.M. Til 2 P.M. FREE Estimates t .
FREE HOME
SURVEY
Personal stolen was harles 964-8906
Liability to properly Bradford Square 2/io/i :? Boyer
$100,000..even $1.000,000 recovered about 50 feet from
for just a few dollars more the store in the woods. \\
premium Starke police report that the
investigation is continuing.One .
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