Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 11, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I\ 2.2 'Million For 77-7B: -( '

In fifth and sixth budget session county comissioners previously agreed. The other forecasted a tax increase 'in ;'1

....,.,. ... finished off the rough edges in a $2.227.750 spending package commissioners finally relented 1977.
which will boost millage by 2.754 to 7576. a 57 percent increase and approved; the :Millage In 76-77 is 4.7$&.'
TREE DAMAGES: L.'TECAFETERIA the first since 1972. change in the budget. lower than the ,838 in 197576. "\
In a final budget sesslonTuesday. commissionersmade With that change and a 'few It would take 4.822: : mills to
A large tree located behind the Lav" lev Elementary School Principal Jim Duncan laid there has been'no equipment last minute August 9. minior last minute mathematical bring in the same amount of
I Cafeteria fell onto the cafeteria's roof last Sunday afternoon, damage yet. and unless It rains, no problems should be cent raises for two1 adjustments to the budget.. including five per changes the. revenue that 4.766 mills

July 31, after heavy "winds ripped through all parts of the count.*. experienced. the insistence county of commissioner employees.At Hazel Paulk salary increases commissioners set August24at brought in last >ear. based on
Duncan said feeding the students'when school should
opens up for
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p.m. a required 93 percent current years
The tree"was cleared off the root of the building,this Monday present no problems also and Duncan expects the roof to be re- were reopened for agriculture employees Mrs. Paulk public hearing before the increase adjusted value, according to r
morning but as of yet. no damage estimates hate been made. paired before school opens Aug. 19.SchoolAction. Tomlinson.said on review! a five of year prior employee budget sessions was receiving she found only Mary a three Sue in millage can be certified Property Apppralser Jimmy

percent raise and Anne Greene a half time employee received a to the tax collector. Alvarez The new county
raise of $19,23 cents for a year. The Bradford budget took a millage figure of 7.563 mill is
I 'It is not fair at all." said $377.000 jump this year, from reached by adding 4 822:! mills
Mrs. Paulk referring to the 7' SI.85 million last year. The as certified bv the propertyappraiser ,
most a budget has been growing and the 2.754 mill 1..
percent county
employees received.Chairman approximately $200.000 per tax increase.A .1
Roberts year for the past three years. mill this year is worth !,
High School Cafeteria Gym And Auditorium reminded the George board it was the from 51.3 million in 74-75 to $137.215. Bradford County.property .. '>
intent of the board to equalize $1.5 million in 75-76 and SI.85 owners will pay a |
salaries among all employeesdoing in 76-77, total of $13.72: per $1.000 worthof

; the same. job. When it The commission'used reserve assessed property value '

Top The List Of Renovation PrioritJ came time to poll the board. monies to balance last next The year.2.754 mills of new i
Proiect es Roberts stuck to leaving it as year's budget but at that time fund
property taxes to the '
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Discussing renovation of the some school systems are courts at Bradford High of a lot of people." Casey saidin the board consider building a taxpayer would have to fork tout
Bradford High School borrowing as much as five School and a parking area at arriving at the list. Chair larger cafeteria estimated Opinions Vary $150 (In 1977 compared
cafeteria. gym and audi \ears in advance on state the county administration man Arthur Gaskins said he cost $575.000 and renovate the $95 on the same $20.000) assess .
torium school board funds which is allowed That building. 552.000.. was for striking the health structurally sound cafeteria ment-a 37 percent increase.
members in a Thursday. also insures the legislatureswill Three new buses. $43.000: department the paved area at for classroom County" taxes provide per-
August 5. work session, began continue state funding. covered walkways.S40.OOOfencing 1 BMS.: and trucks for the Vo- .' County's, ,J, 1| 'center $1.390.541 of the total
setting priorities for $408.000 Casey said. : around BHs Tech center or 60000. The board discussed, if :'. ; .;budget.:' federal and state
available in state funds and Casey listed on the black. athletic field. $10.000: a room Board member J.T. Parrish renovation 1st\ done the revenue.sharing and race
$416.000 In unencumberedfunds board other projects for the addition at Law ley. $9.000 : a said the board has"talked and possibility of''i; installing a track funds pros Idl!..almost all
remaining from last board's consideration and room addition at either talked" about renovation of central service center for Tax :Increase .the balance.'
>ear's budget. possible action at the monthly I Hampton or Brooker $9.000; the BHS cafeteria gym and electricity. School board Commissioners remained
The state money must be board meeting August 15 at 7 last payment on the 1958 bond auditorium for over a year electrician Jerry Wadsworth adamant on refusing to fund
used for construction or repairof pm. These projects would issue. $27.554; payment to and it was time to go ahead.At reported he and:city utility Opinions are divided about a property). owner. He said individual recreation
safety to life projects that come from the $416.000 in surplus CUBB for fire damage at a prior meeting architect director Merrill Dees have proposed 2.718 mill tax hike Bradford County was having programs in Theressa.
are listed on a state priority funds. This money comes RJE. $6.000; 3-4 ton van Craig Salley estimated looked at the situation .and for Bradford County property "growing pains" and higher Pleasant Grove Lincoln City '
list made in February 1976. partially from a $60.000 insurance $6.500: keypunch $6.200; bringing the cafeteria soar termed It. ""dangerous' and owners with some very taxes came with it. and Speedxille even after a
Superintendent Tom Casey settlemert on RJE. trucks for training at Vo-Tech. up to'minimum standards this would te the time to adamant about not increasingtaxes Pete Nadilo. who has livedin delegation from Theressa
listed three possible site 522.000 in earned interest and $43.000: : paved play area at which would cost about construct a transformer vault, while, others are not the Bethel Baptist Road 'appeared before the board
expansions for classroom 560.000 not spent in teachers BMS.: $5.000: contract with 140000. Several safety code pleased but say reality must area for 17 years, said he has Tuesday. |
space that might be eligiblefor salaries for the 80 working Bradford Health Dept., violations are present in the Before beginning: an executive be faced. given much thought over the The' board praised\ the ,
a portion of the state funds. days in which the salary boost $10.000: BMS bleachers, building now. including a lack session on teacher Interviews conducted years to some of the areas in Theressa group for having a i
Additional space at-Law ley. was not in effect. $8.733; roof for administration .of heat\inn.,.Salley said, ',r'" ..bargaining the board also Was Monday evening. August 8. at both the city and the county good program and expressed ;f fa .
1 S23Do0:;Brooker. 10000. and Possible uses lorth'e' "building, 517,000 and, a,fund ad\jb\ d of ,an liHcnjese: ,Ij,of :'..BradCjcji'SquaYe revealed' 'that nftod improvement before' ,, wish.they: cont4puet.but. said
;.5 the Vo-Tech center. $12.000. $416.000 are: reserve of 100000. However. Salley said he $1.593 for the impact fee to tie residents would like to see taxes are increased. because of auditing procedures i
, 'S Safety to life items on the Paving projects including In totaling up possible would not recommend into the sewer system. Casey more services In the county Nadilo said before the they must tighten upon ''
priority list are fire parking space at Law ley projects the list came to refurbishing the building because said a letter in May 1975 from with tax money County roads county raises taxes they needto distributing funds to groups ,
extinguishers and emergency Hampton and Starke $416.987 without project sites the space available city clerk Merrill Edwards to receiving the most dis look in the rural areas and that are not incorporated. The '
lighting for enclosed areas or Elementary schools a new and using a figure of $73.000 would not comply with the contractor set $725 for approval.A begin a systematic cleaning of commissioners said $2.300
where night meetings might access road at Bradford for five buses rather than minimum requirements now sewer connection service to millage increase from ditches and mowing along side would be added to the Starke
fc be held. Middle School retopping the three at $45.000 said Casey. in effect for a high school of phase 4 and 3 at the high 4.822 to 7.54 mills bv the roadwa Nadilo said that recreation budget to purchase
B Casey also told the board parking area and tennis "We eliminated a want list 1.500 students. He suggested school and now it "was $2.320. county commission would add while his road is paved there equipment for use by all the
I $372.950 to county revenue for are others in the county that other areas. I
197778. A $1.956: million and Roberts said this would not
were promised years ago
I BHS Class Schedule Uncertain Until Bus RoutesIn DecidedThe budget would mean property still remain dirt roads. He hinder individual programsand
owners would pay $13.72 per added he has seen no any groups that planned I
$1,000 worth of assessed mosquito control in that area an expansion of a recreation
an attempt to resolve the members spent a portion of a in the salaries of the drivers rather than travel to other current proposal which property value. this year at all.Outspoken. program could take that up
school bus routes controversy work session Thursday, but the old drivers would get school centers. has the sanction of school When first faced with the Nadilo/ said the with the board on an
Bradford school board August 5. debating the merits first pick on the routes and the administrators would have question of what he thought city and the county should individual basis. Representatives -
) of the proposed modified number of hours they wantedto Gaskins said such a system all the schools in the county about a possible 58 percent tax investigate ways to build a from Theressa said they
t double route system that drive. would take 33 buses and was open at 8:30: a.m. and close at increase. Starke resident recreation center and a wanted a sympathetic ear
x m t mOunt (drier! would allow all schools to open similar to the single route 2:30: p'.m. George Childree. said he swimming pool for Bradford adding "we are first rate taxpayers
Casey first proposed the system used in 1972. Casey though taxes were enough County residents and not second rate
5 t and close at the same time busing plan at the July 18 said there were 28 bus routesin Following discussion about now. After a few moments especially)' give young peoplesomething citizens in the boon docks."
each day.School. board meeting but the motionto 1972. Two years ago, the the bus routes the board reflection on hearing county to do. Sixteen people from
adopt resulted in a 2-2 dead. school board initiated a members discussed $416,000 employees will probably receive The city did not escape Theressa showed up in
.t. schedules are lock. A second attempt July 28 available in unencumberedfunds the majority of the in- either. Nadilo suggested after' support of the recreation and
presently staggered because was passed 3-2 but was staggered school opening left over from the 1976- crease, he said "they deserveit years of talk something be I volunteer fire department and
of the present 21-bus double blocked by chairman Arthur system having buses run 77 budget. and probably need it." done to provide access to the debated for 1'j: hours the
route bus schedule. Gaskins who ruled the motion double routes. The system cut Bradford County native hospital across the railroad merits of having a separate
"out of order" the number of buses from 33 to The budget. school Simon Mitchell. Jr. said taxes tracks. He suggested an Theressa unit or becoming a
Thursday Aug. 11 I The board discussed the prioritites and bus routes are were high enough now and he underpass for emergency part of the Bradford County
possibility of purchasingeither Gaskins opposition to the 20. This change was made in expected to take up the major was very opposed to any vehicles only. perhaps at a low Volunteer unit. Ernest Triest.
Hampton Council three or five buses in plan came in using 23 buses order to reinstate 12 aides who portion of the upcoming increase. point by Alligator Creek. John Hersey and Percy
I p.m. addition to the three that are making two trips, and lost their jobs due to lack of. monthly meeting of the board Hattie Humphreys said although Lawtey resident Charles Sullivan led discussion and
expected in November eachto basically serve one school funds. Monday. August 15, at 7 p.m. she did not have any Rigdon said taxes are high eventually swayed commissioners
cost around $15,000 to property in the county she enough and he did not receive Maxie Carter and
12 implement the improved could relate to higher taxes in services or a paved road for Hazel Paulk to take another
Saturday, Aug.
school schedule. School Millage To DropDuring Slightly! terms other mother who is on the money. Rigdon said his look at their organization.
Cancer Society a fixed income and couldjiot taxes on nine acres zoned Roberts and Carter agreed to
ROADBLOCK Three bus drivers told the afford any increase. Mrs. agriculture have tripled in meet with a committee from
$400 NeededTo board members they were in Bradford school board the'' work session .22 the millage could be set at. Humphreys said there would five years. Theressa and BCVFD. The
Reach favor of the Casey proposed members learned In a work board members heard 6.62., also be others in the county in A Bradford County school same amount as last year.
B C Quota In system, a short route and a session Thursday. August 4, Superientendent Tom Casey that same predicament and teacher said she thought taxes $2.000. was put into the budget
Cancer: Drive long route which would cut they will be able to "burn the The board Is expected to could not keep up with were already enough and tied pending a future meeting.
down on the number of hours bond," from a 1958 bond issue say the tax millage for schools hear budget proposals at the inflation.A to high utility bills some Roberts told the group the
most of the drivers are next year alter final $27,554 could decrease by eleven Monday. August IS, 7 p.m. gentleman who asked not people have a hard time reason the commissioners had
Monday,Aug. IS currently on the road. Casey payment this year. hundreths of a mill. The state monthly meeting.: to be identified said that while making ends meet.A decided to go with one county
set millage requirement for nobody likes to see taxes go 30 year resident of the unit was to get better value for
School Board said the average for a drivers The final payment is S7.446 The county Is considering a up "reality must be faced." county said a 58 percent Increase the tax dollar and improve
7p.m. is now 4 hours and 15 minutes less than previous paymentsand schools last year was 6.3 mills 2718 mill tax hike to 7.54 He said he personally) would would certainly be fire protection all over the
with some driving as many as will also allow a slight de and tacked on locally was .33 mills, which added to the like to see a system where noticeable, but the way everything county. He added the county
Elk A EIIIe"e 5'. hours. The maximum crease in property tax millagefor for debt repayment for a total school levy of 6.22 would set county money is not based on else is going up the could not fund individual
Dinner 7 p.m. driving time with the proposed schools this year, board of 6.63 mills. the county millage at 13.76. property tax. He said while he county will have to raise departments sprouting up In
I system would be 3'j members learned.The did not have a solution taxes. all areas of the county.
Meeting Stark 1102 p.m. hours said Casey. The year the legislature This would mean Bradford perhaps an investigation into One lady summed the whole In prior budget sessions.commissioners .
LedgeTuesday 1958 bond Issue for approved 6.4 mills, up one County property owners other areas might reveal thing up by shrugging her whittled bud-
I The superintendent said $430,000 was used to bwld the tenth of a mill, but with the would pay a total of $13.72 per other sources of income to shoulders and saying, "I don't. get requests which* .totaled
there would be an adjustment high school auditorium. local effort for repayment at $1.000 worth of assessed value. take part of the burden off the ever think about such things. (See Page 13)

Aug. 1*

Stark 7p.m.Wednesday Council. Sheriff Reddish Only.. OfficialSaying To File Net Worth Statement Locally II I

,Aug. 17 he has nothing to losure including a net worth collector; and county judge disclosure bill, but Governor include a $25,000 home, 25 poultry and two parcels of business entity] Roberts
hide and his assets are open to statement sources of income Elzie Sanders Reubin Askew vetoed it, acres worth $25,000 and one property.Commissioner. listed Wallace Mooneyhill
Chamber of Commerce public scrutiny. Sheriff Dolph gifts, and other information. The disclosure law requires saying it would have extended quarter interest in 396 acres of Dave Real property three parcels.
BLOOD DRIVE Reddish is the only local All but the net worth statement thousands of state officials full disclosure to too many timberland valued at 50000. Shuford. Shuford's Amoco Roberts also fifed a
'a.m.4p.m.o.amber public official to file a net which is filed with the including appointees, to appointees. Reddish attached a joint savings certificates and three memorandum of voting con-
Office worth statement and a copy of Secretary of State in identify sources but not the Secretary of State income tax return for 1976 parcels of property.Commissioner. flict, although Insurance soldto
202 S. Walnut his 1976 income tax with the Tallahassee are filed with amounts of income, assets and offices has been flooded with showing his salary at $24,579 Hazel the county is on a bid basis..
office of the county clerk. county clerk Gib Brown at the liabilities. The Sunshine requests for copies of net and paying $3.179 in federal Paulk. saving certificates and -County Clerk Gib Brown
Stark Council Reddish said his financesare courthouse. The disclosure Amendment requires about worth statements since the taxes. two parcels of property.Commissioner lists his salary as his sole
On' an "open book" and he covers the period from 1.800 elected officials to file August 1 deadline and had to County officials who filed E.W. source of income.Superitendenl.
Ekctrlclty7p.m. believes in keeping the January 1. 1976 to December net worth statements listing close up shop temporarily. A the required statement of Hodges Suntec Paint and two of elections
Information locally where it is 31, 1978. amounts of assets and call to that office Friday revealed financial interest locally parcels of property. Jeneva Finn salary. 1
more easily accessible to Constitutional elected liabilities plus either a copy of they are not able to showing primary sources of -Commission Chairman -Tax Collector,- Kelly, ;
c--.eI residents In Bradford County. officials required to file net their federal Income tax return send copies of disclosure income with the largest George Roberts, George salary, prepare tax returns, 'J!
While other local officials worth statements in additionto or a sworn statement forms immediately or to verify source first excluding public Roberts Insurance and and real estate salesman. ,
JZUjr ((!Uommunity I had the option to file locally In the sheriff are: superintendent listing sources and amount of who filed but as soon as salary which exceed five George Roberta Real Estate. Zoning Director. L.M. I
addition 'to filing in of schools. Tom Casey; Income exceeding 1000. they sort out the mass of percent of the gross income Also listed is a business entity Gaines, salary and seven '
staff.: Sank Tallahassee, none did so by the five school board But there .b no penalty paperwork they will be able to received and real propertywere source of income listing parcels of property.Property
the August 1 deadline. members; the five county provision ,in the Sunshine comply with requests. : owned, directly or indirectlyin -
AN... ..... u. The state's financial commissioners Gib Brown, Amendment Legislators were Bradford County Sheriff excess of five percent of the Appraiser Gene Long salary. ,
T. $aepa0. W disclosure\ law requires all county clerk; Jeneva Flynn supposed to provide penaltiesby Dolph Reddish filed a statement Commissioner Maxie total assets or capital stock of -Property Appraiser
....... Dw.r 1.-.....c:... elected officials and those superintendent of elections; passing a law to implementthe that his net worth is Carter, Florida Power and any business and: received In Jimmy Alvarez salary as }
appointed to policy making Jimmy Alvarez, property amendment. The $94,374 and listed liabilities of, Light J.C. Marsh and Sons, excess of 10 percent of the FSP correctional officer
boards to file financial disc- appraiser; J.R. Kelly,, tax legislature passed a $2,481 tad 3145. His assets. sultry and Pine Air Farms, gross income from the (See Page 11) 5

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ston grower Florida's has J.P.been Peanut champion Sandlin named of peanut one Grower Willi-of county peanut Sandlin, J.P.Sumlliii grower agricultural a rancher was selected agents.and of ; ;thif / SPtde @/ &&B Jf w.i !

Florida's "Outstanding Men for the award from farmers in
\ in Agriculture," by the states North and West Florida. It '
was presented at the annual f;; Socl.ty t'Jiloi-, 964- 7608
Carrie awards breakfast Jacksonville.'r :!!! -==
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To Celebrate Agricultural Agents. Diane Davis Connie Chasteen

: 85th Birthday Mrs. W. F. Moore Shower HonoreeMiss t. Honored AtLuncheon

: All friends and relatives are Mrs. Tom Casey gave a Ria i the Diane Davis, whose FridayMiss
invited to Carrie Edwards'85th birthday luncheon marriage to Lester Johns will
birthday celebration Wednesday, August/ 3, for her Mrs. be an event of August 20, was Connie Chasteen.
Sunday August 28, between 2 mother, Mrs. WF., Moore. and honored at a bridal shower whose marriage to Carl
i, and 6 p.m. at the home of The dining table was Tuesday, August 2, at the Riherd will be an event of n
Mildred (Edwards) Tetstone, centered with an arrangementof Starke Church of God Fellow- August 20, was honored at a
709 S. Westmoreland Street. yellow mums and white of singer were ship Hall. r bridal luncheon last Friday
a The refreshment table was noon at the Garden
covered with a pink linen cloth Restaurant. '-
and Centered with a bride doll Hostesses were Mrs. James ,
standing under a pink um- Reddish, Mrs. Joan Chitty. -c
rd.I brella surrounded by flowersin Mrs. Drew Reddish Mrs. J,E.
miniature wicker baskets. t sl Denmark, Mrs. W.B. Mundy, ,
The bride-elect was seatedon Mrs. C.N Christy, Mrs. L.A. "
HOT DOG a platform which also helda Canova and Mrs. J.E. Hardy. 1
wishing well decorated with Guests were greeted at the
wedding bells and pink door by Mrs. Hardy, Miss
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checked ribbons.
gingham Chasteen. Mrs. Joyce Riherd
The gifts were placed in the Phyllis Harrell, mother of the prospective Gissy
wishing well. groom and Mrs. Carl A. Dokeof
The honoree was presenteda Alachua and Mrs. JR. Jodie JohnsonTo
corsage and bedspread from Billy PatrickEngagement Chasteen Jr. of.Keystone

LOOK WHAT YOU GET the hostesses Mrs. Jqey Heights grandmothers.The Wed Oct. 8
Reese, Mrs. Tommy Wynn T-shaped tables were
," and Mrs. Charles Schmitt. centered with multicolored
Games were played and Mr. and Mrs Joseph A,
and Mrs. L.C. Pete) arrangements of summer .
refreshments were enjoyed by Harrell of Eastman, Ga. flowers and a trailing ivy Gissy announce the engagement
ONLY $1.00! the 55 guests between the down the center of the tables. and approaching
AT HARDEE'S FOR hours of 7:30 and 9 p.m. announce the engagement of Place cards marked the marriage of their daughter.
Miss Gail Rhoden Miss their daughter,Phyllis Ann to for the Karen to Jodie V. Johnson
Darlene Rhoden and Miss Billy Murl Patrick son of Mr. seating arrangement son of Mr. and Mrs. Jodie
and Mrs. Murl Patrick of guests.
Nettie Wynn assisted in Johnson.Jr. of Miami.
Miss Chasteen was
serving. Milan, Ga. pre Miss Gissy is a graduate of
I The wedding will take place sented with a corsage and
Bradford High School and received -
"if her stainless table-
j Sept. 10 -at New Daniels piece her B.S. degree in
Baptist Church in Eastman, ware by the hostesses as a educational media from
I Domino's Team
memento of the occasion.
Ga.Miss Florida Atlantic University in
Has Cookout Harrell attended Boca Raton. She is employedas
I Starke Elementary and Brad- Connie Chasteen media specialist for Grove
ford Middle Schools and was a Park Elementary School
And Swim
1976 graduate of Dodge Orange Park.
n County High School. She is Honored At Mr. Johnson graduated
M Mr. and Mrs. Don Bagwellwere presently employed by Dr. from Reid Ross High School in
hosts to the Domino's S.J. Harden. Kitchen ShowerMiss Fayetteville He receivedhis
Softball team party Saturday, Miss Harrel's grandparentsare B.S. degrees In chemistryand
August 6, a t the home of Kathy the late Mr. and Mrs. Connie Chasteen was biology from (Florida
Whitehead on Rosa Lake at Newn Warren of Starke and honored at a kitchen shower State University In
Melrose. the late Mr. and Mrs. Luke C. Monday night given by Mrs Tallahassee. He is currently
The 14 girls, dates and Harrell of Eastman Ga. Janet Turner and daughter, employed by Marriotts' Great
r ,.. families enjoyed boating, Mr. Patrick graduated from Vicky, at their home at America in Gurnee, III as a
jI skiing, swimming and a cook- Telfair County High School in Country Club Estates. circus performer.The .
j out.La 1972 attended South Georgia The refreshment table was wedding will take place
ter in the evening Mr. and College and is employed as a covered with a white October Sat the Gissy home in
Mrs. Bagwell presented each farmer. crocheted cloth over green Green Acres. Invitations will
member of the team an linen and centered with an not be sent locally but all
individual trophy as a L.R. Starling arrangement of pink and friends are invited to attend
I :' i personal gift.The girls in turn green caladiums and ivy in a
gave Mr. and Mrs. Bagwelland porcelain pitcher. Mrs.James
,1. ,' John H. Hudson gold Family Reunion Barron presided at the punch Little Women

j : y 1n,5---- .NA9st. .- al fr' cigarette lighters. Held July 31 bowl.Each\ guest wrote out her Take Disney

favorite recipe on a recipe
Y The children of the late card for the honoree. World
c BIRTHS Lonzo R. and Villa Starling The gifts were presented to Trip
had a family reunion on Miss Chasteen in a large
Sunday July 31, at the wicker laundry basket which Members of the Little
Mr. and Mrs. Don Hardy of Brooklyn Lake home of Mr. was given tothe honoree along Women's Club enjoyed a trip
Bring the below to Gainesville announce the and Mrs. J.T. Kirkland Jr. with a pair of crystal salt and to Disney World and Sea
coupon any participating birth of a son, Donald Edwin The sons attending were: pepper shakers from her World over the weekend
Hardy, Jr., born August 4 in Marklee, Lonzo R., Jr., hostesses.Mrs. Enjoying the trip were Ann
Vernon (Dick), Paul and Joyce Riherd. mother Allen. Cindy Canova. Teresa
Alachua General Hospital.,
Hardee and you get three delicious 'Hot Dogs Harvey all of Starke of the prospective groom was Hobbs, ''Nancy' tlildrerrK*
Daughters attending were: among the 25 guests. Christie Heddi ng. Nick!:,
Grandparents are Mr. and Nettie Ruth Marie
Kirkland Norman Gail l'ra\\ ford.
for only $1.00! Mrs. Charles Hardy of Starke Brantley, Inez Patten, Naomi Darlene Griffis and Brenda-
and Mr. and Mrs. Epifanio Starling Lugene Baxlen of Kelly Duncan Sapp.
Romero of Okeechobee. Ocala, Ruby Harris of Sponsors accompaningthem
Jacksonville and Delores Celebrates3rd were :Mrs Robert E.:
McCormick of Dothan, Ala. Allen Jr. and :Mrs George;
.--.es---I TilE BRADFORD The 85 attending Includedthe Canova.
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Ytardeer T a_ partictpatingHardee'sand Published>> every Thursdayat grandchildren, and 14 great Diane Davis
: I 138W.Call Street grandchildren.A Ann Duncan ,
!I) ._... ''' 4 you can get three Hot Dogs Starke, Florida 32091 covered dish dinner was daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim
for only $1A01! served at noon.bb"bbtoitt. Duncan celebrated her third Lester JohnsTo
The taste that br',,1'gSytx1 back._ I -t;.. One coupon per customer. I Second Class postage paid birthday Saturday August 6,
SUrke., FloridaSdbscription *' **JL1 with a Raggedy Ann and Andy Wed Aug. 20
I '. theme party.
301 South .Starke I
H3rdm Rate*: n.,4.riv Sharing the enjoyment of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Davis
J / )In trade area: $7 per the party with Kelly Ann were announce the approaching
I The tat that bring you back. I year: M six months Mr. and Mrs. Harold Farnsworth Jonathan Ferguson Brian marriage of their daughter;
and Jason Canova John Margaret Diane to Lester L-
Jr. of Starke
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L Offer Expires, August 31 1977 64 Outside trade area: 18 birth of a son, Harold Graham Michael Ripplmger. Johns son of Mrs. Louise
- - .. percent:(LSO six months! Charles Farnsworth, III. born Beth and Michael McKinney Johns all of Starke. -
August 3 in Riverside Brian Dobbins and Scott The wedding will be an
Duncan. event of August 20 at 7:30
Hospital. Grandmothers are : p m;t
Mrs. James Lewis of Starke Kelly Ann, who was three in the Starke Church of God1}
and Mrs. H.C.Farnsworth, Sr. years old on August 7, assistedin All friends and relatives are.
of Tampa. serving the refreshments. invited to attend the weddingand '
reception following the
ceremony in the church-:

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Enjoy Beach ij"1
Mrs. Maxie Carter, 'Sr. Mrs. C.W.
Beasley of
Miss ,Elise Johns is visiting( Mrs. W.H. Thomson is attended the funeral of her Gainesville spent last Friday For Dist. 15 House Post I
Party Saturday her uncle and aunt, Mr. and returning to her home in cousin, B.C. Butler in Orange wtil1 her sisters Mrs. W.H. .
Mrs Zack Crawford in Monticello .Monday after Park.on Monday.Mrs. Hart, Mrs Ella Moody and poultry farm in Raiford. If I
The Christian Messengersof Augusta, Ga. for ten days. spending the summer with her Mrs. Pearl Colson. Mayor J.D. Griffis of Griffis will hold a free ca m- *
the First Christian Church sisters, Mrs. John W. Griffin J.R. Chasteen, Jr. of Raiford last' week formally paign kick-off chicken pilau
enjoyed a beach party on Dr. and Mrs. -J.P. Young, and Miss Lillian Stump. Miami Is spending several Kevin Crawford of Ocala Is announced as a candidate for supper Friday, August 12, at
Saturday, August 6, near St. Jr. of Jacksonville will be days with Mrs. Joyce Riherd spending ten days with his the Florida House of Representatives 6:30: p.m. at the golf course in
Augustine. weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. Thelma Mendoza and and the weekend at the J. R. grandmother, Mrs. W H. District 15 to fill the M Macclenny. Everyone is
Members of the group who Mrs. C.G. Hill at Kingsley Mrs. Gloria Grimes of Chasteen Sr. home on Lake Hart. < unexpired: term of new U.S. invited.
enjoyed this event were Doug Lake. Jacksonville were Sunday Geneva.Mr. Marshal George Grosse. I
Douglas, Robert Carver, afternoon visitors of Mrs. Members of the Starke In announcing Griffis.said i
Bruce Johns, Terry Goodge, M:. and Mrs. Tillman Hutto Carrie Ritch. and Mrs. Huston Little Theatre group attendedthe he would attempt to see as Man, 28Arrested
:Marcia Goodge, Christie and Mrs. Mable Denmark of McClane spent the past ten "South Pacific" per many people as possible in the
Faulkner and Carol Hayes. Jacksonville were weekend Mrs. T.H. Slade spent last days at Panama City Beach formance at the Sunrise district, which includes For Burglarizing
Visitors who joined the guests of Mrs. Carolyn week with her son-in-law and and Tallahassee.Mr. Musical Theatre, near Fort Baker, Nassau, western 1
'group were Sherree Shinn. Redgrave and family daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M.W. Lauderdale during the week Duval, and eastern Union Handy Way StoreA I
Renee Williams, Lori Shinn, O'Brian and! family in Miami. and Mrs. R.G. Little end. Those attending were Mr. counties.
Mary Frances Goodge and Mr. Slade joined the family and family returned Sunday and Mrs. Richard Jockel, Mr. Griffis, 41, is a native of Gainesville man was arrested I
Brian Dobbins. Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Odom Thursday to Saturday from a weeks visit with rela- and Mrs. Don Neel, Mr. and Union County the father of and charged with
The young people were and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie tives In Waverly, Tenn. and Mrs. Grover Howard, Ms. two sons, and a Methodist. He burglarizing a Handy Way
accompanied by sponsors Mr. Braswell returned Sunday Mrs. Leslie Biggs of Atlanta attended Grand Ole Opry.. Carolyn Canova and son, is also active in civic and store located at the Intersection I
and Mrs. Fred Dobbins Mr. from three weeks trip to South and Mrs. A.B. Baker of Their sons,Stephen and David Paul, Betty Davis, Joe fraternal organizations in of SIMS and 225 near I
and Mrs. Steve Wright and America. Jacksonville visited Mr. and remained with their Williams and Paul Hutchins. Florida State Prison before
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Love.wr.o.o.o.o.orow Mrs. Vernon Silcox last grandparents. Mr and Mrs. The Starke Theatre group >r.V22nailord. dawn Monday when the store
Marlie J. Sanderson has Wednesday to Saturday Thomas Madden in Waverlyfor plans to present "South was closed.
accepted wtih the Little's Pacific" here Man ArrestedIn Presently of Raiford, Witnesses said
o o+mOrd a position a week. Mrs. in January, mayor they saw a
North Florida Regional Mr. and Mrs. Adolph sister, Michelle Madden he has served on the town man at the store and called I
Planning office in Gainesville. Barringer of Wauchula spent returned with them for a 1978.Mr. council. He is a member of the officers, Sheriff's representatives !
YuJnow the weekend with Mr'', and weeks visit. and Mrs. R.R. Turnip- ShootingA board of trustees of Union reported. '
Susan Budd of Jacksonvilleis Mrs. Lloyd Padgett and seed, Jr. of Arcadia were General Hospital and former Dennis Edwin Blake 28, of '
Thedescendents H.O. and spending Tuesday to attended the Waters reunion Local admittances to Brad- weekend guests of Dr. and Lawtey man was shot in a chairman, a member of the Gainesville and Garden City, '
Zula C. Lawson held their 30th Saturday with her cousin, at Lake Butler on Sunday. ford County Hospital this Mrs. H.H. Adams. noisy argument at Kelly'sNight North Central Florida Health Mich. was apprehended infield a
family reunion August 7 at the Mary Anne Miller. Mary Anne week include: Mrs. Agnus Limit in Lawtey early Planning Council, and a near the store by
home of M.L. Lawson: on old will return to Jacksonvillewith Mrs. Gail Bass of Bartow Thomas, Mrs. Nettie Prevatt, Mr.and Mrs. W.J. Sunday morning, leaving a member of the board of super- Sheriffs Deputy Don Denton. :
Brownlee Road. Susan to visit until and Mrs. Linda Ross and two Mrs. Florida Baldree, Jimmy visited Mr. and Mrs. George Waldo man in the Bradford visors 'Of the Manpower Blake's bond was set at $2,000
There were 71 present, 68 of Wednesday.Mrs. daughters of Tampa attended McClellan, John Crowson, Mozo at Atlantic Beach Sun- County Jail.Lottie Council, which administers during a first appearance
the family, two friends of two the Waters reunion on Sundayand Mrs. Alice Clark, Diamond :lay afternoon. Williams, 35, of funds for public employment.Griffis hearing before County Judge
of the children and one first Emma Campbell and spent Sunday night with Luke and Floyd Barnum of Lawtey was shot, according to has been a memberof Elzie Saunders.
daughter, Jessie and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Norman.Mr. Starke Kennth Bessho of Sheriffs representatives. He the Union County Democratic
cousin, Myra M. Lawson from ; Mr. and Mrs Donald C. taken to Bradford I r..,
Dothan. Ala. Ann Forbes of Seminole and Raiford; Miss Jackie Hall of Wainwright recently attendeda was Executive Committeefor ,
Mrs. T.L. Brown of and Mrs. hospital where he was treated the past eight He is
Hamptonwere years.
Harvey and James Euniceof
A basket lunch was enjoyedby Hampton; Hagy family reunion at a and released. Quick copy while you wait. I-
last active in the Lake Butler
Wednesday Edwards several
are spending .
all. Descendents came Lawtey.Mr. (Ky.-Va.) state park. They at a reasonablt
500 copies
Cleveland Woodard, 27, of
of and Club and is Mason
luncheon guests Mr. days this week with their son- Rotary a
from Lakeland Auburndale, also visited relatives in THE OFFICE SHOP.
Mrs. Raleigh Brannen at Bed- in-law and daughter Mr. and and Mrs. Douglas( Waldo, was charged with aggravated and a Shriner. price :
Jacksonville, Panama City, Williamson, W.Va. They were Ph. 964-5761 '.
assault in the
C->\\ffis is former
ford Lake. Mrs. Joe Hill in Ocala. and Mr. and Mrs. a employeeof
North Carolinaand Hardy
Tallahassee, accompanied by Jeff Wainwright -
shooting and is being held in
the state prison system and
Franklin Ritch of Gainesville j'f
Starke. and Junior Schoening. {f
Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early returned Mrs. Vivian Harley of spent the weekend at Nassau. the county jail. operates a grocery store and a
Sunday from six weeks Merritt Island spent the week- I'
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Mrs. Ann Gruen of Miami visit with relatives and friendsin end with her parents, Mr. and :\
and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Anna 111. They also Mrs. Barney McRae
Fender of Gainesville were attended the funeral of Mrs.
weekend guests of Dr. and Early's brother, Henry Raderof Misses Jean Mundy and T ;r
Mrs. Harry Gruen. Peoria, 111. while there. Sharon Sofford of Tallahasseeare
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and visiting relatives in and family. Gillingham and daughter,
Virginia.Mrs. Kathy, and Mrs. W.B. Mundy SHOPSmaterialize
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hartzelof attended the Dawn Sfeele -
Jose Alvarez and Orange City and F.E. Steven Howell wedding at
granddaughters Hannah and Bollinger 01 Gainesville spent Lake Placid on Saturday.
Harrietta Hayes returned to the weekend with Dr. and
their home in Miami Monday Mrs. H.G. Bollinger. Mr. and Mrs. John Dukes :
after three weeks visit with and children spent last
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hamiltonand
to Saturday in
Mrs. E.W. Hayes. Wednesday
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Hamilton of Madison Heights Grand Ole 1 t '
Mrs. E.C. Long, Mrs. Opry.
Martha Blom and two Va. were Friday to
Wednesday guests of Mr. and !
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Sanford attending Opry
Howe and family in
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TURF VINYL 1 The Dominos second place finishers in the city Women's Open league are (cl-r): Knrdinx(
1 Terri Parrish, Cassandra Johnson, Bat boy Shane Johnson, Linda I.<'(-. HHly Jwin Hudson and
Mrs. Don Bagwell. Standing Coach John Henry Hudson. Carnrllillianis! ;Minion U.ilmslcy.
; Joy Mains Kathy Whitehead Pam Kisk. Kaln Lunn and Manager Dun UagHII.It: pictured
are-Sheila Forsyth Judy Broughton.Alice Atwood and IancyIcC'al.; : ; .
f a $279Yd. $199 The Dominos are sponsored by the following merchants: Kadcock Furniture CommiiniU Slate
Bank Torode Oil Andrews Drugs! Kochs Drugs,Archer Tanner Funeral Home, I.arrj' Florist.
Klip and Kurl Beauty Shop, Register Company City Fish and:Mrats. Kentucky Kried" Chicken,
I Florida National Guard. Draw-Tlte, Andrews Enterprises. Slarke :Motor Parts handing; lion
.:,.. Noegel Auto Sales Holiday Inn Gainesville Sun, hears of SUrke, Olin :Mobile Moini'S. Faulkner
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FLOOR TILE Junior Golf TournamentSet I

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Junior golfers have one Randy Mauldm is leading the Palatka for first place
r.r more tournament left to try to 12.13 group with 82 points
i Ir/7 make it into one of the three Steve Greek of Keystone In the nine and under
top spots of the various age Heights, who has three out of division Jonathan Toland of
divisions in the North Central three wins to his credit, will Palatka was the low scorer
i PRINTED CARPET Florida PGA Golf Around need to record a win on the stroking 78 for nine holes
r competition.Billy last round in order overtake Da'idll.'tz) : of Palatka was
I Tulen of Palatka Mauldm for the top spot, or a second with a 103. Sean
clinched first place in the boys second place to tie Pacctti of Palatka holds dOn
100% DENSE NYLON SHORT SHAG With Rubber 14-15 division Monday, August In the 16-17 division. !Mark first spot with 84 points. MeU
$ 9 9 Sq. 8, at Lake City Colt and Blakewood now has 83 points is second with HO points.
BIGLOW SURETT $88sq' 3 Yd. Country Club, firing a three which should guarantee him The seven week tour will
Yd. Backing under par 69, the low round of the second place trophy. His conclude :Monday August nat .
the day. His two nine holes 4037.77 was the low round in Starke Golf and!! Country}
scores of 34-33 included four this age group Monday. Andy Club. Following( conclusion o'f
Come See Our New Show Room With.r birdies. This win gave Tuten O'Brien of Gainesville was the final tournament lunch
a.. the maximum) 84 points second for the day with a 41-\ will be served! and awards
i Thousands Upon Thousands Of Samples Of Carpet That You Can Afford.w. needed for first place. 41-82 presented by Herb Herri's
The 15 year old Palatka Rick Shumaker or Gainesville professional! at the Stark,
golfer added two more has first place secured Club( and! director of the Golf
prominent titles to his collection with four wins and 84 points. Around All participants arc
Teal this summer by winning Julian McGinmsof Palatka. requested to bring swimming
Tile Er
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Championship in June and the three of the tournaments. play-off between the top
PeeWee National in July. scored 45 for nine holes to winners of the :North'; Florida\
Robert Burns of Lake City record in the 10-11 ,iJacksonville
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131 N. Cherry 964-7423 Starke Fla. ., scored 38-36-74 for second group. If McGinnis scores :North'; Central Florida junior
place In the 14-15 division for a Another, win in the final golfers will take 'place
total of 82 points. tournament next week, he will Thursda, August 18, at the
Another Palatka .junior tie Kenny Bankhardt of !Marke Golf Club


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0 ihI Schatz has a big job. and he said a lot of his work to have a very specific conditions corn in January, February ;
Schatz is the wildlife manager r centers around the deer In for nesting, he needs a and March when food is
.... ..' for the Camp Blandin g the Fall and the Spring food living, mature, long leaf pine, hardest to get and hens are '
y'' : '. Wildlife Management Area plots are planted, deer countsare that is sap bearing and has trying to build their bodies up i :
tl im!; : ..'ID.. I ; I all 72ooo acres of it. taken, and during hunting heart rot, (rotten wood in the! for egg laying, we figure the
Schatz has looked after the season the size, weight and center of ,the tree,) without extra food they get from the
Bradford Bassmasters held couple of casts with a 9 inch area for the past six years number of points on the antler those five conditions the bird feeders may help them hatcha
their July tournament at worm,, then I felt something Qif along with) its 2,500 deer, for each deer taken in the area won't nest," Schatz said. healthier clutch" Schatz I
Rodman Reservoir Friday taking that flip tail to deep sr hundreds of wild turkey are recorded.Not Schatz says another contri- said.
night July 29. water, so I took the slack out thousands of squirrels and all of a wildlife buting factor to the birds Schatz's interest in wildlife I''
All boats were launched at of that 25 pound Stren and set numerous other wild manger's work deals with problem is the long leaf pine, Is goes beyond his job. In his
Kenwood Landing at 8 p.m. the hook. creatures. wildlife though some of it is not as economically suitable time he is an avid
Friday" evening and returned I tell you something when While Schatz's jobs are just plain hard dirty work. for pulp wood so less of the hunter and wildlife photo
Saturday morning at 8 a.m. you get a seven pound bass on varied they seem to follow a During the Summer Schatz trees are being planted. grapher.
for the weigh-in. in Rodman around the sticks 'w J7i,1'i's seasonal pattern. In the late mends fences, paints and fixes "A long leaf pine Is a slow His collection of slides taken I I
Roman the night on logs, you had better have two t fall and winter Schatz becomes signs and posts. grower and the slash pine over a five year period at '
is not the worst thing things a good man on the net part law officer part During the Summer months that's being used today foe Blanding contains pictures of
a Bassmaster could do, but and a good line. (I had both). while In
on accountant the Schatz also has other projects pulpwood is a fast grower and most of the animals found in
the other hand, it isn't like Col. Bell missed a couple summer be becomes jack of brewing such as building much easier to plant," Schatz and around the wildlife
riding through Marlboro more on the worm then I f. ;J.a all trades. nesting boxes for wood ducks said. management area includingdeer
Country either. landed a five pounder and had During the winter months
and doing population and wild hogs skunks fox
By 8:30: p.m. each boat had my' 20 pound Stren broke Schatz controls the hunting in nesting studes of the Red- Red-Cockaded isn't the and wild turkey."I .
only endangered or
settled down to spend the twice. p'p'x the management area and
Cockaded Woodpecker.The threatened really like the job and
species found in
night doing some serious Daylight came fast as we v keeps records of all game working outdoors," Schatz I
Red Cockaded Wood- the Schatz
management area.
fishing. approached Blue Springs. We taken, its size, approximateage '
This was the last tourna fished back down Blue Springs and other data. pecker is currently in the has reported seeing several I
ment for the 76.77 season and Hun. Time was running out so "The winter is definitely the endangered species list but Indigo Snakes, a few Wood said.More
some of the Bassmasters felt we headed for Kenwood. t< busiest time around here, Schatz has found several nest Ibis, and alligators in the Sports !
they had to go all out to be After all boats weighed In, most of the hunters obey the holes in the management area management area. ( I
assured a spot in the classic. we found Harold Branham rules. Only about five percentof and has marked the trees and I
Another project of Schatz'sthat I
Col.) Bell and I had a couple was first Neil Crawford was them cause problems but kept records on which trees Page 7kjnow II
keeps hunters
of spots we felt would produce second. Harold landed the theyf really keep me busy," currently have birds in them many I
some bass! so we followed our largest bass, seven pound 15 Schatz said. and on how many he sees. happy Is a set of turkey II
plans. ounces Neil had the secondI Jim Schatz Wildlife ManagerThe Schatz said most of the "The Red-Cockaded.has run feeders placed throughout the I
landed one bass in the open largest; a seven pound bass hunters are interested in deer in to problems because he has management area. ,I
water on a Devil's Horse, but W.T, Smith had 10 poundsaction "We stock the -faorlcai-a----. with...... your

missed was a couple slow. Col. Bell for Eddy the night.Bryan and Pat Welch Grid Practice Starts MondayIf l* Good Cars Great Buyn *1; Carpeting

had battery trouble. ..
Dark came fast as we
moved slowly across the grass Don Thompson, and Sam practice makes perfect, week, practice would concen- cause it's hard to make up," VT= AUTO s
flats to the mouth of Blue Wise had a nice string of bass. the Bradford Tornado trate on conditioning and the Hurse said.Experience. aJDL
Springs Run. Red Murphy landed a nice gridders have six weeks to basic offense and defense. is one area the
As we approached we found bass. reach the plateau as Monday "The first five days we'll Tornadoes are hurting as '.
a couple more Bassmasters The 76.77 season is now August 15 marks the begin- work out in shorts. We won'tbe Horse and his staff are having d UIfl11 B LEL l!: [!(IJ SALES R KEN TEAL
headed for the same spot history don't look back, look ning of football practice. in pads until the second to rebuild the entire offensive A
(W.T. Smith and Roy Bryant). ahead to the new year that will Coach David Hurse said week," Hurse said. backfield and defensive u 1976 TOYOTA OLDS '
Colonel and I turned up a start Aug. 13 at Dunnellon there would be practice at 9:00: Hurse said during the first secondary.The j
slough while" W.T. and Hoy Backwaters. and three weeks of practice he'll Tornadoes will get no Long Bed 18,000 Miles Cl
a.m. Monday, Wednesday iC
continued up Blue Springs In behalf of the club, I would be evaluating the offense to help from their schedule this
Run. like to say Thank You to Mr. Friday mornings with skull see if the veer will be used year either.Hurse pointed out FAT FIBERS
We fished for awhie'! and Bob Ferguson and his staff for sessions on Tuesday and during the season. that this year's schedule 3950 $1995 i Skinny fibers in shag .j j
then decided to cut through a job well done Thursday mornings. "If we can execute we'll should be real tough. carpets are gone with
the sticks stumps, logs, etc. I'm looking forward to the keep it, if not we'll make up "We start off against the wind. The trend now I'..
Still no action. 77-78 season. In addition to the morning our mind then on what we'll Vanguard and Buchholz, two u 1973 SPRINT GMC 1973 GRAND PRIX? is carpets made with !. '
short fat fibers.
there will be do, Hume said.
Bass practices of the toughest teams on the
We made it back across to Wishes "B Comforts 7
AIT :i.
evening practices Monday "Our biggest challenge is to carpets are proving
Hurse said.
Neil schedule
Blue Springs Run. I made a Crawford Dot f A A Truck Low Miles M durable. and I
through Friday at 5 p.m. take inexperienced foot- Hurse will get his first look more 1I
Hurse said he encouragedall ball players and In six weeks at competition In a September easily cared-for than I
players to report, "in con- get them ready for a ball 2 Jamboree in Gainesville, $299 5 the long shags which
TO-RENA dition' Monday at 9 a.m. game. We can't afford for when the Tornadoes meet iC $2395 were so popular a ,
Hurse said durinc *'... first anybody to miss practice beFIELD Santa Fe and Buchholz. 7 couple of years ago. ; ,

RESTAURANTUnder :8: 1973 TOYOTA iII. Shags manufactured ,
Dove V.W.
And Rail Seasons Scheduledthe U & AirI 1973 with fat fibers are not as i
4 Speed
: likely to crush down and 9
New ManagementAdel 1977.78 hunting season Virginia rails 25 singly or in third and final opening become matted. The fat )
will officially begin at one-half the aggregate; and Florida December 17 and ending I $1995 $995 | fibers have a resilency !
Goetzman Owner hour before sunrise Thursday, gallinules, 15. January 9. which allows them to
September 1,with the openingof hours : bounce back to their ori
Breakfast. Lunch Dinner rail and gallinule season. one-half Legal hour shooting before sunrise' are During all three phases, a M ginal shape even after i
shooting hours will be from
The Game and Fresh Water hard
until sunset. noon until sunset with a daily !! usage. I
Fish Commission reminds
e) DAILY SPECIALSGood hunters that purple gallinules Dove hunters will again bag limit of 12 and possessionlimit : This a !
Available have a three-phase season of 24. Week'sC Come in today and
When in Florida. The
Home Cooked Food Fresh Vegetables are protected
with the first phase beginningat has also look over our latest t
for rail and Florida 'The Commission
Come Out And Visit Us Soon season noon on Saturday, October a selection of shags, and
in principle,
will for
gallinule run 70 con- approved Specials
That will wind other beautiful
1. phase floor
M To Rene Restaurant + secutive days ending up seasons for two other webless J
e Ia00 N Temple Ave.Slerke November 9. October 30. migratory birds. Woodcock rnI- coverings. We maintainan t'l
The second phase will begin inventory of the
FlaWING very
and will be from December1LthroughFebruary
limits for
Bag Clapper November 12 and continue season latest styles.Teal .
King rails are 15, singly or in through November 27, 19 with a : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS .S ...
the aggregate' ; Sora and with daily limit of five, and sniper
Tile Er
-- --------- will from
----------- season run
------------ r
I i I November 12 through S *
: February 26 with a daily bag Carpet
I I of eight. Good cars Great Buy* Ii

LEANING & HALL I 2201 N. Main St. Gainesville RP 1 1I I
25.25 --

Steam ClanDeodorize And Tint, 372.4251 H5BS-- ---'- 372.4251 I To The Voters Of Starkek _

At This Low Price
I "More Cars For More People

WE OUR GUARANTEE WORK HOME-185-1538 I Than Anyone Else" TI .I Thank you for allowing me to serve you on the Starke City Commission I I
24 Hr.
-------------- I for .the past two years. ;

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ENGINEERING in the past two years on the Commission than I could

have learned In 10 years of college.

1I I

I would like now to put what I have learned to work for you and let you I

speak to those who want to READ MY PALM.


St a rk e's Big Problem
r The most pressing problem the City

M currently has is the Municipal Power Plant. In September of 761 I reported to you that the Plant was

losing money. In January of 77 I was backed up when the Audit Report showed that the NET


; name is Q.U. turn up.

4 Lively I'm a farmer and a Mmight 11 follow up, too, cost to produce a kilowatt of power in the plant is between 4 and 5.6 cents a kilowatt

Gold Kist patron. lab tests, such depending whether the Plant is operating on Fuel oil or natural gas. One hundred yards down the
street at the FPL Substation is all of the that the needs for
I I want to tell you as tissue testing. power City 2.6 cents per kilowatt. WE
about \vliat happening in Finally comeback ON TO THE PEOPLE OF STARKE. If the
t savings were passed on to you. it would mean more money i
the photograph anove. /' _' ,, .k...J tome with complete for you to spend in Starke. A business would receive a double break because their overhead

The man }TUU see in .t .rf'... 'f. report; and togetherthe would be less and they would be getting the extra money you have to spend. Another way of
--r, looking at it is, the money spent for fuel oil and repairs goes out of Starke and when that happenswe
field is a Gold Kist j" $\ 1 i well use it to lay outcrops
specialist doing aservice U. Georgia: my seed, fertilize;; andchemical MIND AND ASK THEM IF I MAY BORROW THEIR ERASER.
I wish I I I'd had all Q Lively.a11eSboro, programs for

.i the years I've been farming. insects;the type soil I have next spring.

He's checking my and any deficiencies that We've been doing

fields this }*>ear sol I can this now for a couple of The GROWTH OF STARKE DEPENDS ON IT ,

better .o''a and it off.: '
next year'scrops.
plan my years, pays
: He's inspecting t1 All it takes is a call Don't Forget To VOTE 0 n Tuesday SEPT. 13 >- ;,

what I've got planted now; to a Gold Kist crops

. what the condition my yield of looks the crop;; ,. Mutual specialist Exchange.at your Farmers Elect Joseph N. ( Joe) Warren w

and where I may have .. 4, '"'!'A.. Gold Kist. .'

poor results. ; I. r y "" \I, ,!I Good things CITY COUNCIL GROUP 2 ''/:) ,

And he's relating ... j for the farm Em :s ,

all this to my last soil test; Tillman Swilley, General Manager and from :" .' ...,1

the weather; weeds and 2220 North Temple Ave. the f farm. \, TEACHER I .VO-TECH ..
Stark. Phone: 964-7871 "

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._ i By Dolores Mrng,
Phone 468-1915

... :,.:...:ii;,.::>,;;;,,:. t..}:::: '::..i.1'Yf: ::.::.:. :.:.:.':;::ij.f. :i.: \..$;::: !;:;:r:':';: :fi: ;: ;:,:;:. : {, :: : ,.:. .:,i.d': i !! ;':it.;: d::::)/::: :; ::ffti.! it: ;:";t \';:: Mlimi1:; ;\\\; ; ;: 1:., I P.,. .., .l. .' Waters left on
; August 9 as a representative
: of the Hampton 4-11 Club,
PApER }i selected to participate in
g;, 19J : Citizenship '77. He will he receiving

t\ o 0a7aW11N'a AQUA AFRIN J;1't.,:. knowledge some of government first hand

/ _. PAK t, REGUlAR $ J !( functions and legislative
. / NET NASAL SPRAY .29-UM'T/ / ONE activities. ,
I 1 1:9. OF w 11Vflj f! : Friends of A.T Andrews
: I Ii 0 HAIR DECONGESTANTSPRAY "I, ,!:: county agent for Alachua
40 SHErr ; County, were happy to hear

i PERSONNADOUBLE 74 ''j BINDER WlRIBOU"D i 1 L\ one that of he the was state's recently top extension named

EDGE 15 ML. i; directors.
REGULAR & v NOTEBOOK A.T served about 30
LIMIT ONI E : years
BLADESSELTZER HARD TO HOLD //LFPIII" ;t..E8 OF 41 i.' ago as an agricultural instructor
:: in Bradford County. From
AQUA NtT '+ ANIASAL 0. .'0. E 149 .:.;:.ar; :{, there he went to Gainesville to
{ SPRAY .OG.2.8, REG, f91, : assist in agricultural work of
59' :t\ij\ that County. A.T. has been a
LIMIT 2 94 69 12OSCilLATING : good leader in 4-II programs
i,"" '.
ONE { PORTfOLIO ."'" .,.,",'! and earned for outstanding the governor'saward leader.

I'Oarns INDEX REG. ; ship with youth activities. He
\ AND fAbiENERS 39' lwi' was also cited for his civic
: leadership programs
\ ;'
CARDS ." ", f assisting with recreationaland
it ';''' housing projects.A.T,, and
\, 6 'i : Mary are scheduled to be
! ; honored on October 2 !in Hartford .

35' F 8'8t % < ", --- ..;."1 Conn. by the National.
I RUBBERIZED 39 Association of County Agricultural
II I 3x5" }:? Agents.We know that
II FABRIC COVERED 0. ""i'REG ', Mary's mother Mrs. Bessie
I TWO SPEED LIQUID RULED Maxwell who lives here in
ALKA- SURF RIDER PAPER gj Hampton, is mighty proud of
Thi0LBOj her family and their many
9" IANy CORRfCT/O" flUID friends in the area share this
REG. 7.97 l joy.
., lIaUID
FOR SPEEDY RELIEF -. YrN\,\'I"t"i.2,, 588 pa"" YOUR :ii! BIRTHDAYS
1699 i -.,' lOOK TYPINGo : : Happy Birthday to Gene
:=:;.:-,:;: .... ,':: I -( o REG. ;li Joyner on August 9. Michael
\ S .
s-: : .OG. 61,10. 39 r. 23; .r'e ') I\lowry also observed a birthday
12 CT 53 :: L J' F9R :. on Aug. 9, his 2th()
LIMIT. ONE '. k WITH ii'! Michael lives in Lake City
ROPE! '.'., working as a firefighter at the
MODEL 2154 r airfield there. '
JOOY J REG. 19.99 .;.fi
It is good news to I hear that
)it. Hank t.ott returned home on
August 6 after undergoing
STANADYNE Cadmium plated ned l with spinal surgery at Shand's
I TOUCH n cover and bulbin had pad. c: 22 INCH CUT WOOLITE NESTEA jtf t? Hospital about three weeks
:, CONTRO' Adjust to 7 positions. Asil. SELF PROPELLED ago. We hope he continues his

POND'SCOLD \ MULTInPOSITION LAWN MOWER i I 16 OZ. ICED :.& steady improvement.
/ STRATTON 4 CYCLE x TEA .......... Sympathy is extended to the
Wadsworth of Jacksonvillewho
20910 :';
SIZE COLD WATER MIX ....' died suddenly on July 29.
LIMIT ONE PULSATING She was the mother of Gordon
88REG. WASH! ;'
\ 9 --- WITH LEMON :: Wadsworth and grandmotherof
SHOWERFORA : REG. $1 .59 [Nesteal AND SUGAR '," ':' Jerry Wadsworth. For

>y PEG 141 88 ''iced tea ; many years she owned and
rorv so. if operated an exclusive dress

HwCHM :.:. MASSAGE IN 12.88 JM9ONE .... shop in Jacksonville and renamed -
YOUR OWNSHOWER 888 GRASSUTAER era |240Z 137| :'.':i very alert and active
REG. T1E e | JAR ?:.; even though she was 89 years
7. age
1 ;
1299 ;:;'i:
REG 9 99

w Mr and pKit.so.vt Mrs. Wallace

W POWER EDGER PLANTERSDRY family reunion at their home
recently Among those
J Cdr'epi 2 Mf 4. cmt. MIGGSAND ROASTED tf) Steven who will soon be
COFFEE FREE POSITIONS"" .(CHI INCH WHHISMONT leaving to take advantage of
I WHffl IS ADJUSUftlf fOU f
BARBQUETOOLSI the football scholarship he has
Tube 3 INCH been awarded at Mississippi
REG. 1488 I : College David and Debbie
88I : Earnest and little David III
TAMPONSBENGAY 'j? MODEL 200 89 i came from Venice .'Ia. and

REG. 36.99 their daughter, Mrs. Lynn
1088 PLANTERS Knox and children, Chris and
BOX> OF 8 REG. MCASHIW5 1 Felicia attended from
PLUS 8 53 1 119 1 88 t Atlanta! Joyce's parents, ;Mr
Y and Mrs. Joe Oliver also
12 IN X 16IN I 144
FREE! 3288UDIES GRILL ON WHEELS .. .r 2488 REG. enjoyed the day with them
After for
} WITH 3 PIECE B-B Q -- going along
2995 J.
TOOL SET FREE' : several months with .1
relatively good record.
vandals broke into the

2'/2' GALLON fit*. SERGEANT'S ;;;;: over Hampton the Elementary weekend. t.f,School Mrs

rGaY BLOUSES '. ;--_-':" -- c:: ,.4Q.. SENTRY IVCOLLAR '{1. covered Margaret the mischief Wadsworth hen(she li>

I PICNIC JUG came to work at the school m
o '- connection with CURB lunch
ZEBCO 202 H on Monday. Evidently << .
i 4 BUTTON ORe ;- ...... some youngsters( are
I 'f'<..'... ,f' "h., ,\ PULLOVER. '7 FOR&EASY CLEANINGREG. FILLING ROD & REEL __. -----T\_ FLEA 8. :;:.; they with will inactivity soon find and construe we hope

}1/ '. ;,} PRINTS OR TICK COLLAR I '::;:, tive methods of spending
ti i BLADE BOTH BLADES MOVE'' III'' .:: '.. AND CATS .,;.; Approximately 60 commu
-- 1t nity members took advantageof (
O7I .'fl ti.\;. 88 REG. the free X-Ray program
1a OZ 1I 1\ 588ACCENT $25.99 2188CHILDS 599 Sergeants' 79 'J. brought to Hampton on

I! LIMIT nNFI $6.98 som.1V..........COUJII..._,.. .:,.::: came August from 2. This Jacksonville mobile unit and

I III \UC, I J \ REG. 4.99MEN'S ... 2.69 REG. }J was Division The sponsored Bookmobile of Health.by arriving the State at

I OR WHITE NAVY TABLE SEA- GAF .t{ every the Hampton Tuesday Post from Office 12:10::

I I until 2:30: p m is appreciatedby
BREATHER residents.
I DECK SHOES 16' WIDE 16' TALL 16" DEEP SWIRLS. WATER 126-12 4 many

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fri'ese
99 LACE.UPI R2.E9G9 LEAKPROOF # 1375 are home again after enjoyinga
TOOTHBRUSH 3 REG 5 99 188ICNILDS FILM : week's vacation at Silver
-- ; Lake. Jolene's sister Joyce,
REG ;t\ Kuykendall, and their father
788fi1 S1.6lieiaLi 19 '.' also enjoyed the vacation"with
35 40 OR 60 them.
89 79C Tommy Meng celebrated
REG I 29 his 18th birthday August 5-by

C WHITE AND YELLOW SWIM CAP 1. .79. .1 REG. 1.25THE //ji mowing little lawns all day and a
lIMIi party with family and
\ 574 ,
friends in the evening. On
: REG. Sunday he put another rattle
WHITECAULKING WINDEX SHELL 1.29 : snake in the freezer w hich was
'I I : + given to him by Bill Stone w ho
found it at his back doorstep.
GLASS r riNG TWICE PRINTS f Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Clark

'COMPOUND Get an ex Ira set of prints with every roll :'0; and son, Kenny, moved into
CLEANER biy INSECT y of color or black and white dim develop- their new elevated Frame
REG. 65' ed and pruTO nted f home during the past week.

TWICEInd 1 1Whan THE FILM .'. ... then moved into the former
NATIVE .::. Tommy Clark home.
you i pick up your developed film .:;
print, buy two rolls of Kodacolor ,:'i'.
or '" '
77 69t 84I black and REG, 8'/r OZ 89wa lNSECiWt clone ... !:.:' Berry Stationed

; Kitzingen, Germany-
OIUMOO nnimlC m>M MOJJkMLlUlSo crr I a y GWECES 000 THRU Army Private Alphonso J.
M 4 Pw-tr soli MMFw,AwMIN. > IMmm M>IOMI C III IIICMSIttlM I I] AY Berry son of Mr. and Mrs.
ft WHIT!*MM ni f MM e tRzc I M 1w
... Willie
1 we. ... OttN DAILY SAM SPM Berry Lawtey recently -
389 OKN SUNO IOAM T PMSLIMItED was assigned as a cook
SOME ITEM: SUPPLY t with the 3rd Infantry Divisionin
Kitzingen Germany.Pvt. .

PEOPLE TRUST ECKERD'S FOR QW ALITY PI\ESCRI. 1 }?i Army.last Berry January.entered lie is the a

'7/. SERVICE... AT L ) LOW PRICE! I. "tt1.:;.A, High 1973 School.graduate of Bradford

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Local Community Can Alter ..I

D 117 West Call St.

Comprehensive Land Use PlanWhat's e Van e 5 StarkeSTARTS

to be done with the ford County, but the hearli.g; Kiefer si I''e expects no county, but he is happy with
land in Bradford County Tuesday night was only for the real oppositions to the plan as the present plan and thinks
Twenty.six area residentswere municipalities of Hampton there have been many that as a base to work from, it
present at the first of two Brooker and Lawtey, meetings In each individual l is a good one tNtIOf
land use hearings Tuesday The citizens present at lIe municipality to discuss the Next scheduled meeting to
night to tell the Zoning and meeting seemed to have no plan and most of the changes discuss the land use plan is
Planning Board exactly what objections to the plan itself. were made there August 23, Tuesday, at 7.30;
they thought of the County Their main concern was who Ik said he knows the plan p.m", but the zoning board
Land Use Plan that is still in would have final authorityover will change with the years, as stressed that if the people feel
its tentative stage, but the plan and who would you can never accurately another meeting is necessary
nearing completion have the authority to alter it, ,I predict the development,of a there will be one.
The land use plan is part of It was made clear at the
the Land Grant Comprehensive meeting that the state only I
Planning Act which "reviews" the plan and sends dttJI m TIRE II
stales each county in Florida back its opinion on it, but can
must compile( a land use plan take no action It is each Individual YOUR I MONEY I CAN i iI BUY. .
by July I 1. 1979, or the state municipality that has I
will step in and compile one the authority to alter the planor JOIN I THE MOVE I TO I IY1ICHELIN! ,
for them This would mean a leave the plan as it is alter ,, i
substantial fee which would be the plan is finalized
taken out of the revenue The plan is supposed to be August SALE
.sharing for that area one that will last until 1995
The plan covers all of Brad- when the population of Brad- -" THURSDAY AUGUST 1.1,19.7.7
ford County 'IS expected to ,
247 Attend VBS reach approximately 24.000.<(< )
"The plan is set to be as
At First Baptist flexible or stringent!,: as you 15 % ,. \
want it to he," said Sam
An average attendance of :Much, planner for the city of Q
t9Is\ i reported at Vacation (:ainl'svilleho is working Bi NO I
Bible School> at the First with Bradford County in compiling MUST CHARGESNO
Baptist Church by VBS the county's land use OFF \
Director Travis Kimbnl plan # iji LAYAWAYSEVOTING
The 247 students at VBS. tQ@
First Baptist Church, lastwlt'k \

experienced many Bible zoning of the county but the
centered activities, Kimbril plan will take precedence over FINAL REFUNDS
Balanced FREE I IW
states They enjoyed a unv zoning in existence In

like washed eaten each in other's Bible feet times, as, other change words an! area if ,you the want zoning to Golf Cap Free ", H Mt tkhk tf laving Stork milk*it tint t.Hj ttt ,f fttr 8.,1-rII..111 :

Jesus did, acted out Bible would have
to be changed to
.stories and participated in conform[ with the land use BIB With Purchase Ml mirlnki. rill It tu way it ttfl "THANKS, BRADFORD COUNTY" .j

many activities. Kimbril plan, according to Art Kiefer. THEMICHELIM

.states The, First Baptist Church member Planning Board of the The Zoning land and use / MAN Entire Stock of Mint. and Boys ,,, I

Puppeteers\ performed for the plan would mil be altered l to ,
students. conform with the zoning. SEAVICTIRE Maretaiullse Mist Go At Unbelievable y I II I

Sa.lntl Discounts Up To I ISO

I Howard ResignsAs SERVICEDeWitt ft Monl'! /i 1 1I I

All !(..< Mint ..,....4liit. Finh, Ltwl Nsspr. / ,r I

Track CoachAlter Vic Nina. M.riM*. R.. R'|. 'ltt, I...".., Mrl.Mm. -

C.JonesFuneral R'MI' Ci.', Am, Vri.|lir, Au i
says ht.'tI miss is working toget
live vear's as head .
scholarships for individuals
I track and cross country coach
<(Grover areas that lit ward sees a HomeDeWITT Men's TIES
coaching position so he can
chance lor expansion in the
taste mare t lime to his
and studies, coming( years. Pre Wash .
\\1111 the new programs at BELTS *
lloutiiil.;.. t\ho is working on :Santa he Community College" (J 6.M,| *,'
his in.istu' iltKiou in math offering scholarships to HAROLD A, JOHNSON
education and supervision and athletes in the area: weshould JEANS 90 I $990 -' r\
said hl'l'uuldn't $690 :
administration t divide his! time between sit more of[ our students" STARKE KEYSTONE :: $4 .. I I
gelling scholarships ,
Mthing. teaching( and 964.6200 473.3176 ,
Howard\ said.Iloward (
studios and KIM( equal \\hoI i II continue s $ 12 90 Famous. Name Brand MltileJaniarSportstftar &i. 4 .,, .
attention to all three loteaihmathat Ml IS,said t the RENTALS A
/{ '
Inward I said he enjoyed his work on the masters degree; is ft Prims. .
work coach beiMuse of the
\',iiKttr.ick as offers and t thestudents very"I 1 dt'hllltl'I'a:1t important to: him to get rnymasters Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs : -i Entire stoekMeit, Gel! rr".
ho worked! withIn
; there no money to .
Iraikou have 16 -' '
ho made< in classioom' & Crutches
different vvvnH bored; there, it is noway leaching' he explained Men'sSPORTS PANTS BLOUSES VESTS f jfi t '
to gel really How aid! said he will try lo
keepsou Howard said on your toes, help out with C'ross ('ountrv JACKETS KNIT TOPS-PRESSES] \ )
until a "replacement is found I

Track sport is more and of I an really Individual Athletic Director David City Fish & Meat Market Alliin, RJ E'*. (>4l I* Knit, likkl Irub. }
Hurse said a replacement lor '
enjoyed working with these How aid hasn't t been found but COATSN E.Ibp T..., Viclty Filr' Trilliy Ctr, Frin. .Ii \
kids!" he added. ho \\illl begin inten'ie.oon! 60? E. Br....lM SI. Nil II..... J. rill, F/J.. Jiitl .
One of major
accomplishments BUS was for the job 964-8077 Values To '69"' + ... M.<"* .".. i
\\'l"l't'sorry to lose Grover:
the initiation of the Bradford
Ik1 worked real hard at

he Relays says he three hopes years the meet ago w and ill coaching have to lonk and for were a good
continue replace a girl! man," 11111't' so % Knit .
Another area t that Howard said Haggar ;:. ; '

Normans CHUCK ROAST t l +
& MORE ((2 Groups) r-
State TourneyThe .
79 r
.. RACK OF l

latorettes: and good us possible but our RIB OR BRISKET STEW Lb. COATS \ : ; : :
Normans Farm both dis- hitting was off, Sandra .1:
plod strong defense in the :Norman; of :Normans Farm Values To r35oe !
.stflteslowpitch tournament in said SHOULDER; STEAKOR SOCKS95e .>
Boca Haton but neither team "Weere the strongestteam ( $990 .
could generate enough offenseto bfar in the tournament ROAST $ 4 9
bring the state title home totarkl' but we just eouldn get things 1 Pair k
going y
Normans dropped two one- :Normans has two weeks toork RIB STEAK OR ROAST Lb. StlietiM OfNla't \
run games( in the finals to \\ on hitting before they ,
finish second and earned a leave for :Mobile, Ala, for the Men s .'
w.... ft CMUr.. ( Shut ?t
trip to the Hl'ionLils!,: while the regional tournament August datoreltes: managed a r fifth 1'J. Jl) and 21 ; BUY SEVERAL PAIRSIBOY'S I SUITS ::...
place finish Four players from Normans i V' 4 SAVINGS t -.;
l) 1
In the opener the Iwo teams were named to the All Mate ) Values To '950'
faced each other Tournament team: Diane HANES UNDERWEAR
"It seemed funny to drive Jordan first baseman.; Lori Thursday, Friday & Saturday Only $990HANES I '
:iuo miles to face a team from Champagne, second base; T-Shirt A-Shirt values TO '3- $5990
home town," Susan $ .-
your fielder and
saId. u> \f
Blalock of the Uatorettea Sandra :Norman; utility -
"But It did take some of the '
play yr. HEADS OFF lbS 329 \ I UNDERWEAR
pressure off of us not having a For the Gatorettes Frances ,, J'i\ i
hometown crowd root against\
Coltrane was the leading i
us she added hitter for the tournament witha LARGE MULLET t. 49' Briefs Shirts A-ShirU \ ,,..., .. l
through The t two five teams innings battled until even a 471 bv average' Linda ('ubhlodgl'and was; witha followed FRESH BREAM PERCH Lb.93C 1}? ,\', i' Values To $ Q9Q ../ '

ball hit to right field by Peggy ,4JI average.; or > 4" M I
Kosandes was mishandled allowing '. l'\: I II, I
her to round the bases I 1, I 1 t I
and driving in Barbara Koontz I lV", Boxer Shorts '
from first "
I 'i Values To $ A 49 t

The 4.2 two win runs and gave knocked Normansa the WATERS \t' 't L j L I 5"
Gatorettes Into the losers'bracket '' i /A1
'' CHILDREN + } :: \ :

The Gatorettes managed a / SHOES (/sits"'! "" :
11.4 win over the Crestview

were Merchants eliminated Stutzman and a before by 7-O the victoryover Blue they BULLDOZING MENS DRESS SHOES S6ID 1' {((1II!l I 1;

Machine"We did 7-3.really well. This is $1290 BOY'S KEDS }>f't ,, "

only the second year this team TENNIS SHOES tj.'t 1"I'

has been together usually a LARGE & SMALL DOZER WORK. Values To '7" $ 99WOMEN'S "" ,.4
team as young as ours doesn'teven .
get to go to state." MEN'S KEDS .
Blalock said about the GOVERNMENT SPECIFIED PONDS ,

In Norman's second: game ; ,,; Values _To_ !11 .
they edged a local favorite LAND CLEARING LAND FILL : Sandals a Casual' ; '
Beach Green is98 $790
the Boy ton 4" I Values 'To *14"
Machine S-4 in nine Innings
and then beat the home town
Boca Raton Jaguars 1.0 to
advance to the'ftnala Wilbur Waters 964.6941
The Boca team came backin '' NEW SAVINGS EVERY DAY!
the finals though and edged Starke 782-3592

the Normans championship.1-0 and .2-1 to take Our New rail Merchandise Is Arriving Daily & Must Oc i Sold .

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Your Own Two Feet


t Americans' ever-increasing reliance welfare system and improve on his!

;.' on the public dole and the public payroll ideas. Getting people to stand on their

l is a constant source of concern. What own two feet is a worthwhile goal, even

; will happen when there are more people if it costs more than simply keeping

feeding from the public trough thane people on the dole.BILllgel .

workers who pay taxes One cannot help rr

( but wonder, and cast fearfil glances at

t\I:. the plight of England today, where tax 338
'!J-,. rates and inflation are all but out of

!i/' control. HearingSet .


I \:: Therefore, we can but applaud sr R, ,r
) '. President Jimmy Carter's announced '

I i attempt to make Americans stand on August 24, CowCamp -4d4) ,'

: their own two feet through a $30.7 :.

; billion program of jobs, tax breaks, and Our county commissioners Tuesday '
d i'. cash assistance. Carter eschews: the night put the finishing touches on a $2.2 cq
term "welfare." million budget for fiscal 77-78 that increases w -. M+ i

property taxes 57 percent. Lake Klsslmmev State Park recreates an IX7B frontier cow camp

programs The present!, group collectively of public assistance termed Miltoge rate is set at 7.576. up 2.754, in -- ..... ._-. .- .- -.. -..... .- .----... -,. .. ,--- -_. .- -

"welfare," President Carter says is shot the new spending bill which is costingmore i

through with "waste, fraud, red tape, in almost every category. Biggest
and errors." That is something we've increase is the pay raises given county 1876 Cow Camp Recreated In State ParkI

long suspected but which the govern employees.A .

ment has been reluctant to admit. We I
Mr. Carter for in public hearing. on the proposed TALLAHASSEE -- Lake will lx assessed lit some hammocks, providing cross- bunkhouses as one of the looking, Lake Kissimmee. ,
praise standing
up allows, hafts C'I'a vitt'11'ty olhirdlife
section of
future date. panoramic scenery state's living history interpretation1'
is set August 24 at 8 in the Kissimmee State Park located
and it like it is. budget p.m. ,
public, telling
18 miles east of Lake Wales on typical of the central Florida ;'. Attired in authentic ( and s\\isI"nit| scenesol
county commission meeting room in the Camp !Mack Road was James Cook chief of the region dress "cow hunters" us the lun k's limil-viipc.;

President Carter proposesTo : courthouse.In scheduled to open August 5, Bureau Park Operations for The state site is bounded by Florida's cohoYIIl'I'C .
according to Harmon Shields, the Division l of Recreation and some; 12 miles of water including called l, they t lake turns tending( To give. motorists cliitnceto :
observe I the park's
brief conducted Monday executive director of the Parks, said picnicking Lakes Kissimee, 11 herd IIfllcr3\\ny rlm cattle
end the food aid a survey IhreiMiml-a, hall
stamp program, Tiger and Kosalic. Hooterscan' and iilxiut their daily diversity a
facilities going
Florida of an
afternoon by The Telegraph' opinion Department ,mail wind i,
mile paved
families with
to dependent children and Natural Resources tower, marina concession reach either coast of chores. The ('nhunh'I' untidy '
varied whether the tax increase is through (Ih,' terrain'' ; to I the
supplemental security income. The on building and cow camp are Florida by going to the slops( ) whatever he is
three programs would be replaced witha justified. Some thought the county is Shields said the first phaseof ready for use. Because of the Kissi mmet. River from the doing/ to answer questions! main!>I' area, The liintlsiMi1ch.iimes
single monthly lump sum payment. A faced with inflation like everybody else development of the low water table boats can't be park. It is also in ti central from visitors" hut will i I not go! ; Irom, ,.east In wit-l.'
with Like liosalif Iwo leet
family of four would get $1,200 per year, and that county employees needed the sprawling, 5.030: acre former launched from the ramp but" nll location)ile. for access hall. 10' beyond IH7H in his "responses.Since higher! ) Hum Like, 1\ISM 1111111'('

\ compared to $3,200 now in Bradford pay raises to keep up with the cost of ranch kind is completed except he visitors assured.can fish in the canal, Park planners have used a the stale! has been in Maple; and hlackiiiini; urtm.dung

: County. living. Others thought the county should for paving of some roiids. "Hul>t ic Florida Frontier dUII'gl'of'lhl'acreage! w ildhfe I ."r.nlie. and I then tall
offer more services to justify the Lake Kissimmee State Park Kanch" theme in structures. luis increased in numbers.' | 1 increase. "WeNantedlogo head and was purchased by the tale in Hoard batten and wooden Peer, ha III eagles!! sa lit 111111 ,slopes, toward I .,.ikeKissimmee.
-As many as 1.4 million jobs or job open the park to t the public sis IH70\ lor the W.C. Xipprer shingles give the buildings a cranes and turkeys, are seen '; live miks |I'>i'''
training slots, with child care benefitsfor the main access road and 1 family hich had owned the \vcather t lxalcn\ look. more often and bobcats' and ,dominate, and I tlien, ,, t tin1 I,
I single parents. The jobs could cover Whatever your thought on the other facilities are ready" land since 1KK5: operating it as ,\ citeramp typical of. 1 It'll\ tin1 ran\ Florida !panther; arc prairie.:
I, such things as installing security devicesin budget, the August 24 public hearingwill Shields reported lie said no a ranch. The park encompasses further curries out the theme sometime glimpsed.
homes of the elderly, cleaning up be about the last chance the public admission ill he charged( l at u floodplain prairie Park Hangers maintain (he 'I lie park is ,.tll'lI.I."I\. limn
neighborhoods, and improving school will hove to address the commission on present but an entrance lei' pine llatwoods, marsh and .reconstructed camp and An observation lower over it a in 'to Miiiilimii

facilities.To the new budget and expect to have anything

make sure "work will always be / done about it. Send-A-Dime Letters Fish Muddling

more profitable than welfare" through/ a So if you want to comment on the ,

provision. that those who can earn a budget, get to the hearing!

I living will lose benefits if they turn downi
i : job. And CWA Privies Marked Depression

Of course, there are critics of the Dollar-a-Gallon ? Remember the song too many people without a popular sport of "fish The technique of fish some local.) l'llizenhn!
r proposed program. The monthly lump "Brother can you spare a dime to spare broke the chain muddling" This was possible muddling was probably termed) it II "disgrjicp." and
I sum payments have been likened to a dime?" If you do you re also and one more "get rich quick" only after a series of heavy learned from I the alligator an offense to the finer
guaranteed annual income The jobs ; T old enough to remember! the scheme went the way of most rains which filed} the,ditches and required nr special sensibilities of the public.:
may hI l dead end not leading to employment 'W'e'll Buy! "Great'Dt>pression" !iof the others. and'streams water so training./ The only "gear" The July 27. l t114! issue nl!
in the private sector it Is said. early 1930's when few if any Another method of fightingthe that the fish could swim", from needed is an old hoe handle or TinTrlrgnipli' ; "i'l'Islrlf, f this,
Americans had dimes to depression and keeping a the lakes into nearby ponds a long stick. crisis iit I nlln\\''*'
The price of gasoline soon will reach spare. little food on the table was the and bays. The muddler sallies forth. I'lIihltn:: : I 1..1'' the I local|

II HEW Secretary Joseph Califano was $1 a gallon, predicts U.S. Secretary of The financial hardships of finds a nearly dry hole. in II KH.Vs Sanitary project\ ( ha--
asked Sunday on the TV news program those days gave' birth to many pond, branch or railroad hecn moved( ) ii. disl.mcc' lit t ::1"
Transportation Brock Adams.
"Face The Nation" if it is not less expensive schemes for getting money ditch and stirs up the water \iircls.! Cause nl' !rciniixal
I back in circulation but one of (Complaints\ bv iiitii.-iinefl. '
and mud until the fish blindedby
I to simply subsidize some That seems unheard of in the USA, the most unusual was the County Agents By t'\ the silt. could be scooped ", II.tllhal! the, ,rxliilutiis' ,i
I poverty level individuals rather than to where we've long been used to driving "Send A l>ime" chain letter r: up by hand or net. "f'ill' ""al''ln the 'linvn." :No. I IUS
I attempt to train them for employment. craze that hit Starke and the Notebook \ on no ilimlil' 1.,11I:1, ; tin
I anywhere, anytime we wanted. But nation in the spring of t 1935. Fish living in such lurgid com|>leteMiniliiriiniliil, what.
Secretary Adams in interview Taylorbased 4. .. waters naturally had u muddy "('a.1
I an In the May 3 issue of that A. is now known as
is this
It of
thrust PresidentCarters
precisely published in this week's edition of U.S. year The Telegraph reportedthat taste hut a fish on the tablewas privies"
proposal, however, that is most News and \Vorltl Postmaster Fred F. better than two in the 1'hl'h.hit: wa-; painted" ;i
appealing.. A key element of Carter's Report says a pond in those il.iys mid fishmuddlersweren'I 'title uncl"-) .
I / combination of federal tax increases Stump said the "Send A Soil activators, soil condi on quotes from glisleiiing ti
plan called "Program for Better Jobs on Dime" letters!! were beginningto tioners, plant stimulators soil "experts" who have no expertise in a position in-t"lh'lllI'lIr! the sidewalk. nr
I ,and Income" is an effort to "break the gas and the possibility OPEC oil producers show up in the Starke officeas inoculants "natural" whatsoever in to quibble over the fine points the grounds! ', the-, Icx'.il( KltA:
welfare cycle" by will hike prices of crude oil will the result of a fantastic minerals liquid liming agronomy. Such "experts"include of gourmet cooking. office so it could If used l fur
weaning recipientsaway soon drive gas to the $1 per gallon at the scheme for bringing materials, seaweed fer- M.D.'s. veterinarians And w ho does not rememberthe instructing, the nnli'iirii'il I in
from dependence on governmentand pump in the country. prosperity ba.k: to the nation.It mented' manures, crushed lawyers and even television so-called "Chick Sales" he( methods ot titndri, ,n,
I into jobs. About 42 percent of the was said to have. originated mineral (rock) materials, personalities. Their involvement the modern outdoor privies sanitary livingIlowl't !
jobs to be created probably would be in Denser Colo., and humic materials, and even may be financial that were one of the depression 'er, workmen, were
I' "The price at the pump already is the letter receiver backing and of the busy.
l filled by persons now receiving benefits promised coal-like materials are amongthe are probably projects sanitary early Thursday niurnmgso !
: under the Aid to Families with Dependent around 70 cents in many pUces Adams that for an investment of one "miracle" products being veil-meaning, but are largely program sponsored by I the mmif you want In sitKxlubil '
I said. "The wellhead tax will add dime he would get back a offered for sale to farmers. uninformed in the fundamentals ERA Emergency( Relief Administration : :No. 1 tmi ergot! l III un!
Children program: between 4 and 7 cents a gallon. The return of 1562.50 if (and avery Such products have been of soil chemistry soil ) to offer jobs! for around to the hark i III llihouse. '
t IF) "brokethe fertility and plant those out of work. .
big no one around for some time
federal quite
I Those responsible for a child age gasoline tax being proposed chain" but seem to be increasing in When asked how their One of these units was "And (that's where prme;
seven through/ 13 would be required to will tack on another 4 to 6 cents. The plan worked like this: numbers in recent years. products can produce the placed on prominent display ought! to III'." snorted, out*
lake school hoursif And if the OPEC oil producers should You get a letter from a remarkable results they in Starke. arousing the ire of indignant lady.
a part-time job during hike prices next year something we friend or relative with six The promoters of these claim, the promoters often
one is available. If they turn it down can't. fuel names listed) at the bottom of products often make fantastic answer, "We don't know why.
could be
prevent prices
benefits will be reduced. the page and are requested to claims for their beneficial but it works.". They may FORESTRY
around the 90 cent tol-level. mail a dime to the person effects on soils and crop suggest it is due to some Itichiiiil, ,,5 I :: ,:;:

and childless whose name and address growth. They are sometimes "unknown" natural process or J'I
Single persons coupleswill A rise in the federal gasoline tax was appears at the head of the list. billed as "cureails"hich ingredient, or perhaps that the IN BRADrORD COUNTY (rol"> F'urc.lcr.
l be> required to work. If they refuse a defeated in the House, but has yet to hi Then you make five copies of can be good for nearly anything ingredients and how they t
job! or training, they will be ineligible/ for considered by the Senate. the letter leaving off the top that might ail a soil or work must be kept secret to
any rush! benefits. If they accept a job or mme and adding your own to plant. They may also be protect their investment, New Mrfhml for Starling Trrv
training or earnings, at minimum wage, the bottom of the list. recommended as a livestock Another approach is to use a
i $2.30 and with $3 under consideration Adams continued the /get-tough theme And here is where the profitwas feed additive and claims are conglomeration of scientific Hooting of plant pieces or wood/ III t the vlciim-d ....l.iI.
f now President Carter has: introduced into supposed to come into the made for improving the nutri- terms in a sales pitch which cuttings!, is nothing new to rush a rooting ''I\\lh'r
their; income will rise so much administration assessments of picture If a person you tive value of both feed and may sound legitimate to specialists tlicy have Ix-eu available at must. nursery
they will no longer- be eligible for conservation needs. energy mailed a letter to carried out food crops. I recently read a laymen not trained in the doing it for years to grow! supply I>tort'!<, mi 1 the Mound
l benefits.IVrsons. his part of the scheme and claim that the use of a seaweed sciences necessary to fully ornamentals! and improve iinil I \\rllp in ,plastic, him
sent a letter to1 five of his product foliarly on corn understand such terminology.The strains food crops.! lollovied h l > aluminum toil
President Carter says the public is not friends your name gradually this past summer overcamethe miracle products are
who are blind, aged or disabled paying attention to his calls for advances on the list until it effects of drought and usually used in very small Up until now. though few :Six weeks liiler' i fcxir' or I i\t'
or who are responsible for voluntary reductions in reached the top and is con- tripled corn yield.Promolional quantities on an acre basis tree species haw been rooted. weeks t lor oaks and some nl hertkirdttoodsi
children under age 7 will not be requiredto energy con tamed in 15.625 fetters netting some as little as 2 ounces :per Cot ton woods ;and willows can ( !! t the cuttings JUT'
work. sumption and may need to IK- forced' intoit you if nobody broke the material for acre. Claims for one product be readily grown this way. but ready) In lie unw rUI'III..I|>| milt
by a new "scries! of crises." chain 15.625 dimes. one product called a soil tire that 2 to 3 gallons of it will tempts Jit other types have inslxw| 'Itd. Select the l beat ones
The Post Office\ Departmentin conditioner and plant stimulator produce the same soil acidity been less successful.. lor rooting, looking for small
President Carter is correct you If gasoline! dix-s go to $1 a gallon, no Washington branded\ the claims it willcut neutralizing benefits as 2 to 3 has lumps near I the won ml
should work if you can. You should earn doubt it will have entire scheme as illegal but in the use of fertilizer in half or tons of agricultural limestone. Now a new technique these arc I the beginnings! ( of' the
the been found trees hRro'ing "
quite to start
an impact \
your own way in this world if you can. on spite of that fact, by the next eliminate it altogether, There are too many of these It works now "roots. The teal ones can
public, as Secretary Adams says. issue of the paper on .May 10 revitalize worn out soils and products to conclusively test cuttings. removed from I lie Irw and
with both and hardwoods,
the avalanche root rot In such all pine rooted using ti milk
of dime letters eradicate them by sound research one-qiuirt
If able to work but Lick skills and the needed available
are tools
are -
you Maybe when were paying a dollar a was beginning to hit the agricultural I crops as cotton." procedures.: The limitations carton and more plastic' film.
to cost.
you !should seek training to make you gallon we'll really believe there is an Starke postoffice and Mr. It further claims to, "- on dollars for agronomic research .The key anyone't to the at process: is Details on general rooting
employable.This Stump was getting applications release nutrients bound in the at the agricultural
energy ('risis.1.1Y: ht' it will curtail the girdling the shoot a month or l procedures cun he obtained I
for -reduce
in hadto
jobs) case he soil. caking colleges prevent doing every
driving of some people. But we'll still two before cutting.: This from any garden( supply, storei
( put on extra help to handlethe characteristics in soil and thing that might be needed
have tol't back and forth mail. soil tind there prevents it from losing its > your) county ugeni.: In addi
is the thrust of Presidt'ntCart'r's / to work.What'll build structure. are higher prioritiesthan foods and through the lion : )
sugars your county forester hitsmore
The post office root growth stimulate testing "miracle"
departmentwas improve
to Americans
inner bark and allows! them to information on particular
to stem the tide circulation in the products.
trying by
We will we do if to $l-a- accumulate shoot! after tree ,
in the
independent. hope Congress gas goes the letters of types that you may
ruling violation\ plant, and provide trace Therefore judgments haveto
take President Carter's proposals! on revamping gallon? Pay it, of tourse. What else can the lottery law because at the minerals to plants." As if that be made based on scientific they move up through the lie Interested in.

the present unworkable we do? lime a person gets into the "wasn't' enough it is further knowledge and a limited inner part of the stem.have At last there is a
chain he has no knowledge of claimed to. "-adjust soil pll amount of research which has Basically: if In you a easy and inexpensive reasonably method
the extent the chain has already to favorable In been done on such particular tree your yard
a range. my products.The and wish had more of to get( those; trees you've
progressed and has no opinion any product that research which has been you Canted in
your yard.
CAf0q r them this is the The COM t
E rJ guarantee that he will receive could do all of these, is truly a done in various states by competent procedure: III small and the benefit
/ may
arCfI anything in return. miracle! agronomic researchersdo For best results girdle hardwoods III' vigorous healthy (rev for
Qiil p4 "It is a violation of the not support most of the tira postal fraud statute becausethe Sales promotions are claims being made for most "pi iliK. when leaves have expanded -
I scheme is economically usually based largely on testimonials "miracle" products. fully. Midsummer,
0 0 unsound and cannot possiblywork from farmers that Further, the vast amount of however. Is the best time to
'._.,_. Bl u ERGMSON' 'rOHN M Mil i.EH out as contemplated because supposedly have "success scientific expertise available cut pines and other conifers. -
.... '}lot. Publishers, there are neither peoplenor fully" used the product. ThereIs within the ranks of agricultural Select a branch that is well announcer: "The
money enough in the an absence of scientific research researchers nationwide exposed to the in the lower following program may not
r Cl 'M-ittt ,it the f 1lrre'II si-i.ii'Kt iss "st : if "andeS
+ is be
a' '.r"wln suitable
l' i :
t : : country to assure all of the to support the claims. has not found validity in part of the tree. Remove ,the for viewers
.. '' ." participants receiving what If research is quoted it Is most of the claims for such leavesfrom a two-inch section whose seoslbiliUt can "m
riinnKir.it'iii'r.MVtiroa' $7iM"yiir SJsunituifiiutvMli taken of In- ,be offended"
often out context
1 they are promised. products. of the branch about 6 to 8
I tJ 1 ,r.nli .'?( $8|ii i-rv Mi $-' DOsunxmths, But that didn't stop the complete and attributed to The answer to the question, inches from the end. With a ... llcrrv.
St.rk Fl.l.
avalanche of letters. The someone In a distant state. in the: title of the article seemsto pocket knife remove a one- NewspaperEnter: q-she! ,\A.It.
I craze Just wore itself out when Credibility Is sometimes, 'je, no.r..1.1 Inch ring of hark down to the

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Ity Elizabeth Terry Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis Mr. and Mrs Roy Shuck of Melissa Harris, nine year and sons. Mr and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Dick Starling.P.M. .
Phone TH2-3HIO: and family and Mrs. Maines Shelbyville Ky. visited their Elizabeth old girl is visiting her Frederick Prescott, Mrs. .. Herndon Rev. and Mrs.
Griffis and children of uncles and aunts, Mr and By Phone 782-3:100 Terry: counsins. Rev. and Mrs. Irene Crews Mrs. Zettie John Chastain, Mr. and Mr*';.
('lIl'H'IIU'TIVITIES Palatka were guests of their Mrs. Tommy Barnes and Leonard Melton for a week. Padgett Mrs. Beadie Joseph Starling and son. Mr.
mother. Mrs. Nellie family and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Norman Mr. and Mrs. Albert and Mrs. Guy Anderson and
Church of find_ Sunday Wilkinson and sister, Mrs. Manuel Stephens during the Vacation Bible School at the Reunion at Hart Springs on visited Mike Oglesby in Norman, Mr. and Mrs. family. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
School 10 a.m.. Worship Daisy Bach on Sunday week. Methodist Church. He returned Sunday.Mr. Shands Hospital and Gene Eugene Austin Mrs Iris Austin. Mr. and Mrs. Lacy
Services II a.m and 7 p.m. afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Crews, home with his mother and Mrs. James Waters Pearson In North Florida Pendarvis and daughter, Mr. Norman, Mr..and Mrs. John
Prayer Meeting Wednesday and Mrs. James Andersof Jr. and &on.of Jacksonvillewere Mrs. Day. attended the funeral of their Regional Hospital Gainesville and Mrs. Cecil Hardee and Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Lester
7:111:: > p.m. YPK (Friday at 7:30: Palatka visited their Saturday supper guestsof Mr. and Mrs. Sammy cousin, Mrs Onnie LaFatera, on Sunday afternoon. Denise, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Austin and family. .
p.m. mother Mrs. O.J. Anders. and their grandmother, Mrs. Eunice are the proud parentsof of Valdosta, Ga. on Friday. Miss Patrice Towey of St. Hardee and family. Mr. and Mrs. Opal Marshburn of
Evergreen Baptist- her grandson. Donald Green Pierce Crews. a daughter Tina Marie Mrs. John Tye Sr. and son Augustine and Mike Marstonof Mrs. Eugene Norman Mr. Jacksonville spent last
Sunday School 10 a rn. on Tuesday. They went home Mr. and Mrs. Jim born Wednesday. August 3 in John, Jr.? visited Gene Jacksonville were Sunday and Mrs. Melton Coleman and weekend with her uncle and
Worship Services n a.m. and with them and they brought Chamberlin went fishing on Alachua General Hospital Pearson In North Regional guests of Miss Billie Doreen family, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin aunt. Mr. and Mrs.Hermie
7pm. Training Union 6 p.m. them back home on Thursday Lake Deborah in Ga. on Gainesville. Grandparentsare Gainesville on Wilson. Padgett and family Mr. and Kelly. They carried her home
!'rayeMeeling: Wednesday at afternoon.Mr. Sunday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Friday night. Mrs. Martha Miley and Miss Mrs. J.D. Padgett and family. on Sunday afternoon.
7 p m. .and Mrs. Bill Baker and C.R. Crews spent from Eunice and Mr. and Mrs. Dana Wilkison one year old Art urine Blanchard were
Faith Itaptist Radio daughter.. of Sanford visited Sunday to Friday with her Albert Batten. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. guests of Miss Esther Mason .h-nu/-' .......- ....- -- -
!Program on WPXE 8 a.m. on their brother and sister-in- son-in-law and daughter. Mr. Mr And Mrs. Wendell Kelly Daniel Wilkison of and Mrs. Irene Borkey at
law. !\Ir.and Mrs. Earl Teston and Mrs. and Jacksonville, Doctor's Lake last Thursday
Sunday. Bible School 10 a m., Tommy Clayton of Lake Worth spent from spent Thursday
Worship Services Ham. and and family, on Wednesday Tom of Jacksonville. They Wednesday to Sunday with to Sunday with her grant afternoon. Miss Mason and SPECIAL _
1i:1II:: p.m. Prayer Meeting afternoon. and their aunt Mrs Inez their parents. Mr. and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Miss Blanchard were former _
Wednesday at 6:30:: p.m. Friends of Wayne Harper Teston brought her home on Hermie Kelly ,Wilkison, Sr. She attended roommates in Jacksonville. .
Grace t'nltpdIt'thIHllot: (grandson of !Mr. and Mrs. Friday and then left to visit Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Moore. services with them Sunday Those attending the t .
Sunday School 9:4f!I: a.m. Carl Prevail) regret to learn Mrs. Teston's brother, Solon Bob and Ryan of Lake City morning. Her parents, Mr Norman-Padgett Reunion at f' ON
Worship Services 11 a m. and that he is a surgical patient in Teston in Sanford. spent Sunday afternoon with and Mrs. Daniel Wilkison Highland Baptist on Sundaywere FEEDS
7':11I: () pm. C'hoir !Practice 7 Alachua General Hospital Mrs. Cheryl Chamberlinwent their parents. Mr. and Mrs. came after her Sunday : Mr, and Mrs. Vaughan
luinesvillc. Our prayers are to Ichtucknee Springs Fred Moore. afternoon. Prescott and family Mr and
I) m. and Tui'sday; with him. Sunday with Mrs. Avie Davison Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mosley Mrs. Leonard Norman, Mr. Au,. 11 thru 17
The church conducted( a Mrs. Jennie Lu Green and a picnic. Kettering of Titusville were went to Hollister Friday to see and Mrs. Carl Norman and 'J .
Vacation Bible Sl'hoollond.I: )' sons of Milliard were guests of Mrs. Joyce Futch of Sunday overnight guests of their grandson Donald Sikes. family. Mrs. Darlene Norman
through (Friday morning. her grandmother Mrs. O.J. Blackshear, Ga was a Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCulleyand DOG FEED 6".u
Thi'ir l'nrnllml'lIlHIS 4:1:I and Anders. "'rida'afternoon.. Tuesday dinner guest of her Johnny Lee. )- -- a frI ,
the Her son Donald, who stayed sister. Miss Elizabeth Terry. Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Fitting Feed ( Steer
\ average attendance< was lY1r.rt ) 311 so Lb
IH: 9. They had Iwlpl'rs.11HIS a very good( ) home with her and anotherson. his son-in-law. Fred law Mr and Mrs. C.K. I II Starter Booster
Bible School and<1 enjoyed; by Avery, stayed for a visit. Robertson of Macclenny, Cowan of Jacksonville and
till ('omml'nc'I'men't Hilly Anders Jr. went home came to visit his brother and son Bryan (who Is away on CENTER'I 1! I (Calf Manna)................15 SO Lb.
with Donald for a visit. sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. leave from the Coast Guard
.t (They'xt'rrihes'r served (cup Friday cakes night.and :Mr. and :Mrs. Lynn Boch Arlie Dobbs, on Thursday. Academy New London, .' 16 % Dairy Feed..?,..............??,......S 3J a do Lb
punch lor refreshments.IliKlihind were Sunday dinner guests ofHr' :Mrs. Pierce Crews visited Conn.) Sunday morning. I I II
Itiiptist- Sunday : and :Mrs. Daniel Trujillo her sister !Mrs. Waldo Bryan will leave for school Laying Mash..............!3 IS 60 Lb
School III a m. Worship of Jonosville. Pringle of Worthington! August 21.Friends. '
13 % :
Services II a.m and<1 7 p.m. :Mrs. Tom Whaley and Springs on Thursday. They of Gene Pearson I ,., ; /: ,\ I Hog Topper 134:0 Lb .
I'ray er :Meeting Wednesday at were business visitors in regret to learn that he is a I II "
daughters of Swat Stock '
Tampa spent a ?
in North '
7:111: p m. lew days with her mother Gainesville patient Regional SHEETS b' t',1 50 Lb
:- I II.
l.iitini Ha p1kl- Sunday :Mrs. Nellie' Wilkinson, and Mrs. Cecelia Chamberlin Hospital Gainesville. Our I I ', :,:,' Rabbit feed. S
S'hnnlII\ a in.. \\orship rode her horse in the Callahan prayers are with him. ."...........rji'-so Lb Y
!sister, :Mrs. Daisy Boch. also
Services 11 a m. .inl7i::)( p.m. her daughters. Misses Lynn Rodeo on Saturday night. Lorrie Ann Schwartz of \ Horse Pellets i34$ 50 '
,7 II .......
and Sarasota I.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed McGee spent some time
fray er :M eel ing\\( nosckiy at and Kelh \\hiiley. of Starke.
7 :IU> p m.Noillisidc. :Mr and :Mrs. Glen Shulord sister of Starke x\*ere Saturday with her grandparents Mr. Shell Corn.," ... .. J..6".ootb! da
Kii|_tisi- Sunday were hosts lor a birthday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Waters. "" ?
School.. Id a 111. UorslupMrvices party Honoring their, and :Mrs. Lynn Bach. Dottie Wilkison daughter of See; Us For Your Kitlchcn CHECK ON OUR TON DISCOUNT
Friends of Harold Eunice !Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wilkisonof
II a.m and 7 p m. "daughter. :Nancy: on her S thbirthday. 500 Lbs. Or Mora
I'ra>('\ll''llIIjt: Wednesday at The party was at I the regret to learn that he is a Starke, spent a week with Cabinet! Needs|
in Bradford County her grandparents. Mr. and
7 mSI. patient
Skating Rink in town onMondu Our are !Mrs. B.L. Wilkison. Sr Other & Panelling Accessories FARMERSMUTUAL
1. John's :Missi..iiiir> : > ...11 ernnon. Therewere Hospital prayers ,
I'uI with him. guests are their grand. .
Itapti.tSunday|' I Schiiol'
ii I nl. \\ UI'!>>hl P Services II they 21! young reported people wonderful presentand Ill'nrHodgl's and children daughter Cherrl Griffis, and VAUGHN-JOHNSON CO. EXCHANGE
a in. and;:l {p I I in on !second> and lime lUMreshments attended the stock car races in daughter Carla of New I
I lourlh Sund i I.i,, s. Prayer Hand ice and werecake Luke City on Saturday night. Orleans, La. I 2228 North Temple' Ave ,
Ull1: ulld,,,' .at noon :Mr. ill d1.cream: ,... Carl :Norman:punch. :Mrs. J.B.: Taylor Sr.. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs George D. 1140 S. Thompson St. OPEN SAT. 9.3 964.5711 I Sr.h.pnon.984.7871*
Sinrnii \110,1"11 I rKaplisl > ;and son and :Mrs.! I Darlene Wyolene Day, and a little girl Kelly attended the Kelly Of S.R. inn Tt I
:Sunday I School| < | 10am. :Normaiuind. hays. visited I their tram Jacksonville spent - -Starke- uw- !
\\nrship Services: II Saturday with Mrs. Taylor'sdaughter
rnimsins. Mr :Iind :Mrs. Roy -
anti and II p $m R'1SraIpm.I'i'aci' : ) Smith and other relatives at l Mrs Lucille T
:Mr and Mrs. D H.
:Heeling on l\ey
S"\llIt' fur
.1 i
WcInesdI, \ at 7 p m W.I\i nl' ,and Sandy, we miss Brown, and (.'\nthia. All of 1
them enjoyed ii fish fry for
\ou. and are prcising 1 I for you
I'KIOONI.S: Kiss :Margaret; bar us. supper. Keith Day attendedBROWNSPOT 'J ." .
:Mrs Joyce. Futch of "
:Mr and :Mrs John Slnneluive (Hlticksheur.!> (!ia was a guestol 1
( learned! I Irom. I the I KdCross ( :Mr and :Mrs. Bill Dobbs ;
Ili-it Ilieir daughter. and lamely on Tuesday ::c '
Hetlie. and 4-\tvir-oldduighter. alternoon.ieiu. .
C'hristie.,, hil\e l"'cn (; Perry ol Jacksonvillevisited INYOUR ,
loiuul l b> the lard 1 Cross( alterIKMIIH :Mike Dobbs in
lIilS"lIIjt week the LAWN ? ,. i
a I in S.llurrla11'l'! \ enjoyed\
.liilinsloxMi.\ I'a.IknxlBRINKER boating. iit Slrirklanils

1..ln.hlll on Kinglscy I.uke.Mr Call 964.5745lo : . ;: J
j" ;
\ and :Mrs. Charles lUiy, fKll IN'tPfCJION New : ;
Kite und sons- und Mrs: 8. IMIMATll rates '\" *

('hl'lslPaulk\ ; of MicldleburgUTO ,
Saturday : guestsol r't
b'ol, ht'r.jn law and .
I 1\: Bit IE''; ..i..tl'rIr:\ and :Mrs. Floyd( 111A .'.
:Norman and :Mitchell. EsT ;

:Mr\ and :Mrs Ralph Fult'h\ OMTIoLh make !
und tonal ol Black :Mountain. t
Ih. .Iranettr 1'rv.cott' :N C spent from' Thursday 10Sundl ? l1 a..nt a
rininr IX.VI.IJ \ with their parents.Mr .
: and :Mrs. \\ 11111. Green MONAI Pf ST CONTPOlINDFB
l'imillU'iiniiNi IUIIIIITht' talked! lo
: and \ niBt. 1IO-M OFOIIA
Kni-nds iiid rdahvts of ThoI their aunt. :Miss\ Elizabeth If (NIOMOIOC.. !
I'resent, .tI I and "Fouler Families\ Terry on I the phone.
art i I'nnndril I the 1 liimily
ri'iiniiin\ is xrhedulpd for) savingelectricity
SIIIOLIy: .\ulu.I1.t in/ llniokeril
: the ('UI11 imiinlv IVntcr Its
loin.in. .ill.(I.i> ;iilfiiir KMT.Viino ; I
i I" united 1 and bruin ailinner Yard'n Garden
i 1 Bargains

< "\11-:1: : IHU'I': : (l
more important
'l'Il'lIlb" l and rol.itixes ire" *
rcnnnilfil I he .inmuil seine END OF SEASON
levy cleaning nl lIuujtlll"l't'III1'1' PINE BARK
\ > in I'liion (.'nunt is FERTILIZINGS'189
"-rlifduli'd Silurd.iAugust" MULCH
:in! The |).iunli>'. I IhiCflinoiLs' than
and Id'H-ir' families Grotone
.1 11(1 nil other. liiinilifs rtprt1M'lilttl Rea '2 Pellets.5"Req. ever
in I the wnu'lery\i ttct0j0m
.ill tr0 oils and rcluliM's : .
them "lor iI i\\nrk. and '1'lIu\\' '2" 5159 Weed &
.hll> day KrmiJ ii dinner uitlinii.
> |. (Cnnu a> early as posslbltI" | >, Feed .........!7"

i lore UK- heat m-ls teal| hul. 10 -I 0 -10......' 4" WE'RE CONCERNED.Using our historic: rate structure, the rate increase

recently granted because of inflation would have amounted to ,
1 three! (i irnrruliiHis. ofMrs. 6 -6 -6 100 % ...
The state regulatory has concluded that FPL's
Birthday.: agency about 15%. This new structure works so that the heavier user

ROSES Organic .......!4. new rates will be based on a conservation incentive: If you will pay a substantially higher increase-up to 27%.
: t I Diiiiiiit, I'mrish. her
1IIII !hll'r. Mrs.: I Runic \\righl.iind : 4.1.5......... s4/ use more than a base amount of electricity per month, the On the other hand the minimum user will pay a 6.4%

I their ,son Little! CircKnnhl. i Rep '3" S275S479 rate per kilowatt hour will go up. We're concerned, because increase.The 1,200 kilowatt hour user will pay about 15%
\\ age :l." all <>.I l HANGING bill increase more than We want our
l.iu-hooclu'i' lornit-rly ..il your may you expect. more and anyone using over 1,200 kilowatt hours monthly

('1ll011 ('ounl\. will celebrate'" BASKETS customers to have the facts-and to have ample opportunityto will pay increases from 15% to 27%. \'

.their\UIIL..t lirth(1.isidnesdaj.:H.Int. ( Rep. '6" Rea ,1.. 1 .determine wise energy management.. Now it's even more important to practice wise

:\ Wright's on. Tixld. Pig energy management to.help control ;your' '
lull celebrate his fourth birth- Rap eaNIJ 6 / AFTER YOU USE 750 KILOWATT costs. We don't like higher bills .
ILl\, August :3u.I'FitsIr. .
HOURS IN A MONTH THE RATE any more than you do, so we want td tom""-
: 1111rs ([II ,
to help you conserve in every way -.
: Jean Hart and we can.FREE.

daughters.spent Missy three weeks and UeeIKtv in EAST STARTING According to the regulatory agency's order FPL will for \

\\ ut.'h."ter'a.. visiting her DEPENDABLEECONOMICAL the first time,have an"inverted rate"structure.This means OUR FOLDER

mother and other relatives. that the first 750 kilowatt hours you use in any month will be
I' Grady came up after them ON "HOW TO SAVE
We Have A "Just Right" Model For ,
iiiul! accompanied thorn back at one rate, and all electricity you use above that during the

(homo. They arrived home, t Every Yard. Push Or Self Propeled monthly billing period, will be at a higher rate. MONEY, ON YOUR' I
Fridjy. July 2'J. '
Sherry Chris and Russell Recoil Or Key-Lectric 19 21"CutPRICED ".Cons New Costa It ELECTRIC BILL". ,
Ths-ntar.. of Starke. spent KHOMitt Old (Invtrtfd Historic RiltHauni -
Sunday.! July 31' through FROMx14995 Rate Stnictml) trtit Strocturt Applied Incrtata I
Wednesday.. uSI 3 in Its loaded with tips hints and .
Brooker with I their grand. 750 $ 27.27 S 29.01 6.4% S 31.38 '15% ideas have Q !
'' parents Mr. and :Mrs. .Paul 1200 40.78 46.98 15.2% 46.90 15% on ways you may never

' Prescott and Johnny 2000 64.82 78.87 21.7% 74.51 14.9% thought of using. Stop in at any TA

t Donnie :McCarthy Lutz and arrived son. 3000 94.85 118.75 25.2% 109.04 15% FPL office and ask for your free copy ,
Shawn, of
:Monday. August I to visit a WE TAKE 4000 124.89 158.84 27% 143.56 14.9% today. I I

Mr. and Mrs. TRADE INS "
few days with All the above figure Include applicable franchise fee.
Orea Prescott and family. ,._\.'1\ Y
returned I
Thursday they '
r osIs f:* 1
home, Mrs. Prescott. also E SERVICE WHAT <. .
Anne and Rhonda accompanied ,

them back to spend a WE SELL ... : to,1
week or t+yo. before the girls CoNThiL r
have to start back to school. .. .- :
e tlwCALae GARDEN CENTER ...' .. ,
BIRTHDAYS ,\ ... 's v1 /,
V- '. ... ; 1.
I -_ ... .. "- (lc..scrving: people. ,.' .f'..""' .. .* -Jl' ,
' 17 u -'--" -- --
Irving Hodge. August : .
Sharon Hodge. August 18. .
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Possibility Of 80 Housing Units Aired City "In7.rV ,

Prospects for m) additional the original !M units were Florida Regional Planning Torode said extensive of discussing Starke's power 1
a It housing units for Starke were rented and they had a waiting Council since it is in renovation was planned at the problems, and the best courseto I.
I ;<< aired in discussion at the City list of 21; applicants. They requested conformity with long-range!( Dairy Freebut the bad pursue in assuring an ade-
Council meeting Tuesday the Council to sign an planning for that area, and condition of Andrews Street in quate supply of power for
6. night" affidavit slating that sewer adequate! sewer and water wet or dry weather presented present and future needs.
''J City Clerk Merrill Edwards: and water facilities were facilities are available. problems of excessive dust or Mayor Schaefer said that n
t rend a letter from I>SN adequate! for the extension John A. Torode owner of mud and was a handicap to while the meeting was
. 'oipoiMtion of Gainesville; Estimated cost of) the projectIS the building occupied by the operation of the business.The primarily to get the council ,
builder or the Pine "'orl'St'I' $P>H8.6H( ). Powell's Dairy Freeze City Clerk announcedthat and bond trustees togetherwith
't ,\pIII.tml'ntsonSH.IOIII\\'l'St() I.f' i I. received approval of the a joint meeting of the Kelly. Any interested
' slating their intention to Also noted was the fact that Council to pave one block of Council and the City Bond member of the public is
f' Prime! Builders Southeast, Trustees will be held with welcome to attend.In .
_, construct i I un additional :'Id Andrews Street between tJ 3.
' units on t their property west t ol Inc is applying for several 301 and Clark Street, with the John O Kelly, former utilities other action at t the
" funds under Section 8 to manager for the city of unusually brief session
the I'hasp I construction t estimated cost of $4,216 to be
, a The builder said that all of"t construct 5U ime-bedroom repaid to Torode( by the city Gainesville, at 7 p.m, Wednes (adjourning at 8:30): ) the L '
: units t to( be known as the within one or two years. day. Aug. 17, for the purpose Council:
Andrews Street Apartments.

TRAVEL ADVENTURE, The project would be located
; ',' on the north side of Andrews New Students Requested To Register EarlyParents l .
i EDUCATION Street east of Powells) Dairy I

i ; See Chief Kelly US Navy "'1''l'ze. Section 8 is a rent can save time and day of classes, administrators Brooker Elementary, lit
Recruiting Station Starke subsidy program confusion( by registering( new said registration will be held Wednesday 17 Friday, 19, 8am
10 A.M. Til 2 P.M. administered by IIUI elementary students and first in the school offices during the to 4 p.m.Hampton .
: Monday .' time kindergarten and first week August 15-19 Elementary, Receiving a plaque and pewter stag from Hartford Insurance Co. for X6 years of continuous
i Bradford Square ? toJ 12 The project has received graders at area elementary Monday, 15-Friday, 19, 8 a.m. service locally are members of the George Roberts Ins. Co.
clearance Irom :North'; CentralSTARKE'S schools next week rather than Southside Elementary to 2:30: p.m. From the left are: Nancy Roberts,bookkeeper; Keith Glllingham, life gent; Eulu :Mae Smith,

wait for( the first day of school, 7:30 Monday: am, 15 to-3 Friday:30 p.m., 19 from Early registrations will help agent; Ann Godwin, secretary, and owner George Roberts.

August 29.School Starke both the parents and the
administrators said Elementary school insure a smooth
; children entering school for Monday. IS- Friday 19, 8 a.m. opening day of school, said a Stag Plaque Presented George RobertsIn
4IJL[ ( lY QQ4 m1Y( to 4 p.m.
the first time must present a school spokesman.

birth certificate, a signed - Honor Of Hartford's 86 Years HereFor
OWN BAKERY"SPECIAL doctor's certificate available Woman Arrested In DisturbanceA

from the Bradford( County
138 East Call St Starke 964.5890r Health Department or school local woman was arrested investigators. representing Hartford Peek and James L Frazier Archibald J. Thomas. It was!

r offices, and an up to date shot and placed in Bradford Insurance Company con- beginning in January 1891 It the Harold Call Agency
I record for DPT, polio, County( Jail Friday August 5 Lt. J.D. Parmenter was tinuously for 86 years, George was the CL Peek Agency from October 19J! until t the>
THIS WEEK measles rubella and mumps. on charges of disorderly responding to a distrubanceon Roberts Insurance Company from May 1891 until January present owner George
: To avoid long lines and intoxication and reckless 916 North Street that of Starke was presented a 1895 when it became J.R. Roberts took over the reins in
insure having a student'sname display of a dangerous Firday evening where he arrested plaque for continuous service Davis & Co. It remained J.R. January l lUhH.; although ht had
I POTATO ROLLS & on the roll for the first weapon, according to Starke Vivian Burch. and a pewter stag, symbol of Davis & Co. until 1916 when been associated with the
Cracked Wheat Dinner Rolls 5 9 c PQ the Hartford Co. the name changed to Jackson agency since Hlti I.
I County Receives Heating Assistance Richardson Davis & Co.

Decorated Cakes For Most occasions 11 Presenting the plaque J. Charles:; Ridgely Ensey was Wall said he thought the
iiSUMMKK The Community Service The allocation of the fundsare fuel. Richard Wall senior also associated with the !local continuous service with!

III Administration ( C.S.A.I.) to provide emergency marketing representative, agency. Hartford tor tll; \ears is one ol
HOl'ltS{ I office of public affairs financial assistance to eligible Assistance will be granted gave a history of the agenciesthat the oldest) associations in I Ihl'
Washington D.C. granted households which because of only to households that can preceeded the Roberts In 1923 and 1924 (the name stale of Florida The pewter"
(July & August) I Bradford County $0,899 to help large unpaid energy fuel bills prove their financial need at and the dates they served vas again J.R. Davis & Co. stag is i only given to agencies!
Mon. Thurs 6 30 a m. to 330 pm. IIrOQOC1 and Starke. and associated with the that have been associatedwith
pay the high cost of fuel had their utilities shut-off or the time of application as a
Fri & Sat 6 30 am to 5 30 pm3OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC. I utilities in preparation for threatened with the inabilityto result of paying large fuel Hartford was first repre- agency were W. Ellery Davis Hartford lor Over Mi

future winter months. obtain delivery of heating energy bills in whole or part. sented in Starke by Comer L Rawson J. Davis and year's.

Cancer Fund Road Block Set SaturdayIf I
.. tl't': !hcf_
.. .. E GLE :
La 1... Lillian Stump chairman of
High' 64 s7555v.s.J._:.._ you see some young folks there for yours, the Bradford C 1unty chapterof
prices with cans in their hands About 10 youngsters from the American Cancer
i I .AMI.'CUO' .,,an ..r' /rkEf, Saturday morning at the the Methodist Youth will be Society. said she hopes to '

a endangered) corner of SR-16 and US.301, collecting funds for the raise the remaining; $4iHi to
i Ea4& they won't be out there for American Cancer Society reach the l liradlord (Count.
I their health, they'll be out from 9 a.m. until around noon quota of 54.9II.:! )

I 3 day price plunge ----- Raiford News -----, I Iby

Margaret Richie following surgery last week. I 1'\1' |lust finished one of I hiIx'sl -
i I Phone 411-16X5 Jeff Richardson was books, 1'\,1'I lead in II i longtime
I II The FSP-UCI Employees'Club visiting his parents. Mr. and I II"d always thought ol
prices hit record lows this Thursday, Friday and Saturday! at the prison will! sponsora !Mrs James Richardson.while Dan Rather as alwavs In-Hit(; .1

teen-age dance August 20 on leave from Hawaii broadcast .)iniiinalisl 1 with
from 9 p m. to 12. Jeff has re-enlisted and will CBS-THis book IMFCAMKI .
'. t = TERRIFIC BUY ON Admission is $1.50 and the soon be leaving for Germany. : <."\ :\..:nIC: { HI.INKS:

HA .:- .. : ..-4; 4wu.w. 'r POLYESTER PANTSI dance will feature a Gaines. The Youth Choir will pre chronicles his career

"". ". '.'1 : ... .." ..-,\. ... ville band. Punch will be sent a special service at the IX'11mll1l1I.th! courage i ol
,:;S'V. : :. : ; ,_ 5.881111H11f served.Mr Haiford First Baptist Church the Kennedy iI 1I1.1tllI11lt'1I)
".".: ,'..- .\-:\,.. .. and Mrs Raymond Sunday August 14, at 7-10: CBS news had: I IhentnrmatIon
;: -:
have returned from out Ii minulL-s prior to other
''''. .:, \ :,,\. WAS Massey p m There will be music and
I .' : '!: ', ,,,\ rar'dapishbperIqro. an extended vacation throughthe All stations Mi Rather also
:- -. \: :' a cantata. are invited l to
I f1U 1t0E3ti ,..\..... ::.r ii.iis.r.i. .... Si* tor quality.. ...... MiM west and southwest. They J41t1efNt.t leads you along I he [path ol a,
rASr110147I J .t._ tea.' : "LK'".:ay. ...\ <,--;* ( Ictr 111.Tnwsw710awpolps.-k rkh -- 4 visited Texas. Nevada,' Everyone knows that our working(; journalist t In \'icln.iniand
I I tiATt LRIF.s -. ,-,\; .,.. P 40 tA.nM's Colorado and I the ; Drake
ai ;\ '\.,,( pleide alia 2t-tt. Arizona, other Mayor, J.D. Gnlfis, is through Greg
I I 51 4 g AI"I't-" ... states. planning to run for election to Johnson and :Nixon
I B SAVE 11% V, 1CAGL 1\ \ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyson fill Representative Grosses administrations IIou have

I MEN'S MESH CASUALS I I and family have returned seat t which is now vacant. To the time and! opporliinitv thisis :
1i falrarltlAaM! J from a vacation at Disney kick off his campaign, there .ill excellent .(omnal ot' the
iii 3 a 33 1iSAVE30 World and Chattahoochee. will be a free chicken pilau life Ii of me ol our lop T\I '
% SAVE400 SA VE 23% While at Chatahoochee journalists
Open weerfO nylon In wMte.bljck they dinner on the grounds( of the
0-CELL BATTERIES NTH DRY CHLORINE DISPOSABLE LIGHTER or brown, tan T-11 UP TO U% visited the McCalhsters !Macclennv Golf Course I hope I'M-rjline. has a gull!
Mrs. Roberta Lehr was discharged week I 111 be in ionl.nl with
29.88 MEN'S UNDERWEAR Friday. ,August 12 at 6:10::
na47c oF ::s 6 8 c WAa/M/.4e 4.00 from Alachua p m There w ill be a band vou lor inlonn.ition on .vourlaniilv
wA91a hr General Hospital Tuesday there. happenings(
O.p.nd.ba.bun line bat Keepe pool water sanitary, Adiuttablo butane flam. big Potyeeter/cotion ........* orkml
I.....m economical, 2-pacM 65V. 0'arwlar formula.35 Ibs fuel capacity Assorted colors bnef*In Beckege. *at'.


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SAVE U% w"... DISC
-VALUE-_PIJJi! VALUE PLUS! awN.. -. pRlt! .66 1 Phone 964-6683
REOWOCD LAWN CHAIR ''aR Brown vinyl w/paddad collar
3 1 00 CHLORDANE } odnwu.nt.ol..ASn'.7.12PRICE NOTICE Monday through Friday. a m. :Morning\\orship 1 11 I a in
DISC 9,94 DUST Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. will August 12. 6 to 7 p m. prepara- Eveningorship 5 p m
WAS3M 17 : 2.44 '- / not meet this month (August). tion for closing, closing 7-8 Church of God In ('hrist-
25 ot gold, color cod ... Wsalharproof aluminum' frama :;! / All meetings will terminate pm. Business meeting 8 p.m. The funeral of :Mrs I Daisev
"' ot bier ..., DISC.PRICE _
glass or r.dwood back
glass with and
w SUPER BUY? SAYE until September 8 at 8 p.m. in Sunday School 9:30: Morning Jones of 1223 N. Keller SI
VALUE PLUS' 1 KNIT POLO BNIITB MEN'S POCKET TEES the Masonic Hall on Brownlee Worship 11 a.m., Communionwill ) Starke. will be held Sdturd.r.
., .P" ) CAST IRON 1 .r Street be given in the 6 p.m. at 1 pm with Elder D K
I : 'eS'It"I WITH WA9 /- WAa 71E 1.39 Bradford County Branch service, Williams of fit idling. Chestnut
NAACP will meet August 15, Ebeneier Baptist Church- and Haile in charge ol
(; [ WOO:97: knll.N..117,last..17105 Colon.In S a ro n-aaa.XL, colon 100% w/h.edy e.tton '::'...pop. a 5.XL4I at New Hope Baptist Churchat Tuesday night 8-9 Bible Study arrangements. Burial will In
8 p.m. All members and Thursday night 7.30: Prayer in Odd Fellow's) Cemetery!
( r-- DISC PRICE concerned citizens are invitedto Meeting. Friday night 7:30: Sunday' School 9'10
9 V-: attend. The speaker will be Choir No one and Ushers :Morningorship Ham

I/f.t. Mr. Robert Scott, Sr. of Board No. one are to fellowship YPWW 6:30: Evening Service
t 4I': ., GARAGEMEN'S OXFORD r Lawtey The Community at Jerusalem Baptist 7:30.: Tuesday' night Bible
VALUE PLUS! VALUE PLUSI" ?J 2':1'.;.= P+So;: SAVE 100 Chorus will sing. is Church in Olustee on) a Choir Band. Friday night Pastorial
VINYL LUGGAGE SET ., WAS invited to hear and enjoy this
COLORFULBOLORUQ y 3.00 anniversary. Sunday ScholIO( Teaching The public i I'
Ilu. or cr..m sponga vinyl h/lt// :.:1: 38" KIDDY POOL wonderful group. a.m. The pastor and invitedMt. .
Buy 1 or allStTola 24.45" '1Ii/ ; !: WAS Ze 9 6 aldq.d .o/s., .lirdy vln5up.. The Strand Senior Citizens congregation are invited to : Zloo1.: .K.: 'hurch-
22" :14 S M U. 2S'-2r 24: -2455 18 1 "77 &!t $.f.&! i ,UI P.,..oatord ay10.7-12, '; met Wednesday night and en- attend Family Day at Mt. Church activity Revival!

24"_ 1. u, Sat' 84 40 .*PRICE* ?frsrfja,1use './/*;> ::=>g] colorful Tough' no-load martna dasigrt plastic' ..with",.. joyed Refreshments a wonderful were evening.served. Pisgah A.l\t.E. Church at 3 started August, last I I. :Monday with PrayerMeeting. night

,4 r., SAVE 1.00 pm.God's :Miracle Church- Preaching started
y- 16GALLONPLASTIC CHURCHNEWS Sunday School 10 a.m.. Monday August 8. and runs
Morning Worship 11 am. through Kndav. August 12.
TRASH CAN -' Free CanaanPrayer Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. Everyone is invited to attend
.1 236 SAYE t00 dAY! 19% Meeting Tuesday night 7:30: Prayer Band Meeting Monday Greater Allen. '
... p.m, Tarrying Service Friday 7::30. Thursday night"Prayer A.M.E.: Church- Tuesday
w4a nrf ..... ., MEN' CUTOFFS. IIOYB' NO-IRON SNNITS night 7:30.: Sunday School 10 Meeting 7::30. Friday night night Prayer Meeting and

...a. :3.96 2 96 a.m., Morning Worship 11 Bible Study, Sunday 5:30: p.m. Class Meeting Sunday School
VALUE ....... B am, Evening Worship 7.30: HYPU. 10 a.m., Morning Worship n
S! : VALUE PLUS! reenruiik cotton dsnim. 4 Ch.o.s hank..lido. ......... Greater Bethlehem a.m. with the Young Adult
lAve 5.00 SAVC101 o...... SPORT/DUTY OXFORD Mnd7 pxkaa.Ia.M-3*. ,.--. _--'S.IS. Antioch Missionary Baptist Freewill Baptist church-: Choir singing.
44-QUART / / ,, Church Thursday night Monday night was cleaning Notice! The Grand Father
SWING-TOP PalcE3a 4 Prayer Meeting, 8pm. night. Tuesday night Prayer Clock will be given 'awav.
WAa WASTEBASKET Disc. + 7 GIRLS* 100% Friday night the Senior Choir '
NA 9.88 88 Meeting each week. Sunday evening at 5 pm. at
\ PRICE a Tricot hn.d vMfI MOOS'S w/ w POLYESTER will motor to Dulustee: for the Wednesday night Senior, the church annex.
2.96 ao10.. women. }1a. SIZES
Handy 14.,14' irta.stands 11nign Tough pasta a malal caso. TOPS, Choir anniversary at 8 p.m. Choir rehearsal 7:30.: Mt. Morlah Monday
on sturdy black laga w.s.er" 9i3l1'Vaito.{old elan. y c a JX A r 11 IITIEIey Sunday School 10 am.
Thursday night Story Hour at night 7:30: Young Adult Choir
-u.I SAYE1% y 1.22 Morning Worship 11 aim,. the church at 7.30: ( Friday' rehearsal. Tuesday night
NEWT t WAS*** ... Baby Contest 3 p.m", Evening beginning at 11:30: the ladies Young JuniorChoir rehearsal.
:.:. ..i SON II WILKIN'II RAZOR / Service 7 p.m. will start selling dinners from Wednesday night Prayer
\ Ir. 1 1I First Born Church of God- the kitchen. Friday 6:30: Meeting Thursday night
=- \ L ii 2.29 Tuesday night 7:45: p.m. Junior Choir and Ushers will Bible Study Sunday School 10
AL- -; -- SAVC31* Prayer Service. Friday night meet. Saturday 2 p.m. No 2
TONI 7:45Tarrying Service. Sunday Sunday School class will sell a.m.Mount Pisgah AME:
I PERMANENT School 10::30, Morning ice cream and play games at'' ChurchThe: pastor,
1111] "k\\\ \ fmWAS2M 1 }b t Worship 11 :30. YPCW 6 p.m. the chunh.: Dinners will bee'' officers, choirs and members
,I' -- _- I SA 21% SAY ?0% ( Evening Worship :45. sold from the kitchen also. cordially invite you to attendour
SAYE20% Visitors are always welcome Sunday. School 9:30 a. church Sunday 14 at
SUPERSUY9 LAOIES PULL-6 3-PK.LADIES'PANTIES The Excelsiors Gospel Morning Service 11 a.m. Rev. 3 p.m. to help celebrate
: i A" TABLE! RADIO SHOWER MASSAGER POLYISTERSHORTS .' Singers of Jacksonville will be
Zt..aoo Savage from Salem Bible Family Day A very rich program
I DlIC.. 9 88 PRICE-, JOHNSON'S BABY 6.3.OOWASSatfT appearing at the First Born College in Salem, Fl. will be is being prepared for
POWDER, 14 OZ. 1 Church of the God
wsa/ra4 Living on the guest speaker Dinner will you. We are hoping to have
MMn e.MnN, bleb control W.II-......."'medal sreicUiaivapulsating I S.V1.17Limit Casual, draaa or work sock* 2/,3. SMOM awoti August 21 at 8 p.m. The publicis \ be served 12:30.: Deaconess your support to make this daya
P._,top modnt.d spW.. ..._Adustabll| ( |) Mi iMhion color 1O-1J. Was .1" I IWMM :at taajo. 1-7. cordially invited to attend meeting will be held at S p.m. success. Yours In Christ,
this gospel fest. Come one, Evening 8 Mr. Arthur Hill
Worship p m. steward;
X712 Iadisoo1st. "t I"u come all and let's enjoy the Macedonia Freewill Mrs Mary Lee Shaw, chairperson
CIGARETTES $451 $451 50e Lord in Psalms. .ptbt ChllrchWednesday ; Mrs. Gladys Hill, co-
; 4.751 ? Pius Tax New Bethel Baptist night 7:30: Prayer Meeting and chairperson, and Rev Leroy
: C lu..chBible Study, started Bible Study. Sunday School 10 ,Young, pastor.Page .

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August.1977 TELEGRAPII Mage13: :

More About Financial Disclosure ......."..............""""""""""""""" ..,....1.....,...................,.........:,................................1............1...,.;..... .... ......S ;
1 memorandum of voting political body it Is subject to AI Crosby Joyce Riherd, Carl temporary board as the city member of ;b.b;; :; t to outline
conflict listing: the Commu- local disclosure. Haile and Donald Wainwright.The planning committee might the duties and responsibilities I
(From Page I ) nity State Bank. -City zoning board ethics commission possibly be required to file and request a ruling
.-Brooker city clerk Eva -Trustee S.G. Denmark, -Zoning board member, members that did not file are: attorney said members of any but It would be up to a from the ethic commission. '
-Superintendent of Schools Clark, social securityCouncilman Denmark Furniture. and six Art Kiefer Keystone Tube co.
parcels of land. Otis ,
parcels. Hancock retirement
--School board member Pat Tetstone city of Brooker.Not -Trustee Hazel Hardy, business entity. Steel
Spengler salary.School Charley Johns insurance, Corporation of Texas. 4)) .
-- board
member filed were Councilmen bank certificates and co. -Zoning board memberswho
Arthur Gaskins, poultry farm. C.J. Stalnaker. Steve Nipper owner of Charley Johns did not file were: Rex
"-School board member Zoltan Jacobs; George O. Agency. Smith. Don Uardon Bill :
J.T. Parrish farm in Lake Pierce and town. Marshall -County zoning board Wilson and newly appointed jL.
Butler septic tank business. Kenneth Twiss. member Jerome Johns Gator member Art Schulz.. ___ -
-SChool Board member Art Lawtey Councilman Freightways, Jacksonville A call to the office of the -..,."... 7=_
11.11.Holliday Adams.funeral director Dr Robert Scott, eight. parcels of Jerome Johns Oil Co. Charley ethics commission revealedthe fh Whatever You Call: It .'
property. Johns Insurance and six opinion that as long as any '
School board member Not filed were Lawtey parcels. Johns also. filed a board is appointed by a LP Gas Liquified Petroleum
Vernon Parmenter. Office Council Chairman Marvin
Shop salary. Rosier Councilmen Ben ( 1 Propane Metered Gas Bottled Gas1'

City-Police elected chief officials: Jimmy: Buster McCulley Bennett John clerk Robertson Lucille (MONEY TIGHT 7 ? YOU NAME ITIUgite

Bowen. city salary.Councilman Shuford and town. marshal ;opa'g;; ,
Vernon M.M. Jordan. Learn A QUICK Way to Save 75 % .
Silcox, insurance .
salesman -Appointed positions filed
On Your "
two parcels of property.Councilman city attorney George Pierce Clothing Expenses. j : ,
Wilbur law practice Pierce and
Waters Dankel Sod Co. St. (Hardy.School board attorney ENROLL NOW IN STRETCH SEWING CLASS
Cloud. V.A. schooling.Councilman J.J. Wolbert. law practice. August 15 To September 26
-- Joe Warren, Appointed Santa Ke
Bradford County Board of Community College trustees. 9 a.m. to '12 Noon Registration Fee MO00
Public Instruction National -Trustee Guy Andrews DISCOVER THESE BENEFITS
Guard.Mayor real estate broker real estate STRETCH SEWING SHOP

National-Commissioner Guard.Charles Schaefer Harold, developing maintaining., leasing repairingand 123 S. Walnut Starke 964.6398 ( J FOR. YOUR HOME TODAY!! ( 1

Epps. Florida National wurwwwwLngP Ugite propane gas is cheaper than Ugite propane gas is clean burning so
Guard National
Slarke. Thomas Realty Guard one D W electricity and competitively priced it aids in combatting air pollution. W
parcel of property. Yr with fuel oil.
Opponent, Ed Green
:National: Guard Starke I tat ( J Ugite propane gas is delivered to your Ugite installs, sells and services gas W
National Guard. appliance in the same manner as gas appliances and equipment.
-City Clerk Merrill t in StarkeTWOBILALE natural gas.
Edwards, salary. ..).. ff W
-Hampton Clerk Mary Ugite maintains a complete service Ugite offers convenient budget billing
Allen salary. ; department for customers. and insured payment plans, for heating,

Uennison.-Councilman city of Hampton.Clayton ---, ----- OZEN IDAIRY DESSERT ; customers. .4))

-Councilman John Allen. Efiry Monday Tuesday 70 CALORIES THAT TASTE LIKE A MILLION CALL DOES IT ALL
Social security retirementstale

Greens;Opponent Welding.Ernest: Green, ,teL sr HAMBURGER..................25' PINTS H| CHOCOLATE

.-Mayor: Arthur Bruno FRENCHFRIES......................25' CUPS .l lfiSlV VANILLA EQUIPMENT FOR HOME-BUSINESS-INDUSTRY

urocerv.Council members w ho did not OBEPALT ET 9 DQ SHAKE................25'

file) were: ll.inkl.ott. Eugene DQ SUNDAE.......................... 5'r CALL TODAY ?
Taylor, Ted Curtis Town : :;:iidI:
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:Marshal Steve Varnum.Opponents Breakfast For Every Tastes (
( not filing are: 316-5392 3765392rrrH'iD
Gordon P. Wadsworth. Duly From 8 AM la II' A V: A .
William II. Summers DonaldW Eggs lam. lac... Sausage, Nisibro wns, !
Hello and Roy Roark. Grits I Bittermilk Biscuits fO Calor** P.* 3f CI 0* Cup 2826 N. Waldo Rd.2B2:0NU Waldo' Rd.

More A boat Dairy Queen ( J Gainesville Fla. l J ,.

nu'llf" .From Pane I II:8iUII:
about J62.000() more than anticipated 1401 N, Temple Ave. Starke Flo. 964.7478 )
income. the ENERGY PeopI.' lilt 1111 ( ( ( l i.
Biggest budget cuts '
commissioners made in I'
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spending requests was to trim I h it I
salary requests from 10 percent I
as requested back to 7'a'
percent Most county

workers employees percent percent receive,, while and will will 5 some percent receive few receive personnelwill long the time 712 10' You Can Direct A Winning'( !

Taxes 1.118 mills, will .
provide $153.406 for the road ; .
and bridge budget. The state
through various rebates, Effort By Calling Signals
provides almost all the rest of
the revenue for the $570.795 I
budget. Largest expendituresare f

512.-).OOO$180.566 for for maintenance salaries and of On

the records.The county's general budget secondary will A Tenneco Driveway i t'

balance at 939850. with
$-48.1.957: coming Irom 3.527 in

milliigc.$195.000 The county in will federal receive Starting a career? Still undecided? No experience? Tenneco Oil Company holds a special opportunity I

$101.1U revenue sharing in state and revenue another for you regardless of your status. We're building a winning team I That's why we depend on the


Separate from the general take-charge leadership of our driveway attendants. Full or part-time positions are now available for i

budget! budget is the at health$42.365 department or .325 individuals 18 years of age or over. Join a winning effort .

(of a mill Bradford County
Hospital and emergency and take advantage of our excellent working conditions -
medical services will receive

$0.890 t 1.115 mills from last or year.$145,345. up as well as our attractive fringe benefits. Starting sal-

The budget is still subject to ary is $240 to $260 per hour with review for increase -
another mathematical check,
said accountant Pat Farnsworth after 2 to 4 weeks. And there are good
who has been helping
the board with this years
opportunities for personal advancement.
figures If errors are found
and adjustments made
another meeting of the board
(might be necessary, Farnsworth -
siad. .
The board is required to ,.
hold a public hearing within TENNECO ;
seven days of an advertise-
'ment to raise the millage. The .
millage increase must be I
certified to the tax collector
within 30 days after the boardof + sw
tax) adjustment meets. They Tenneco Oil '
met July 26 .
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Starke, Florida )

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Vallowe/ / Speaker At Hope BaptistThe LaIz.

"Four of has taught the Book of the Pastor Merle *- cmiam and .-
Hope baptist Church, ness Signs the
located on/ Highway 100 Second Coming" "Israel and Revelation more than 900 the members of Hope Baptist one year of experience. SHELUE GERLE jndar the provisions of aforesaid clerk of the above styled court

between Keystone Heightsand Russia in the Middle East times in Bible Conferences.He Church cordially Invite the DUTIES: Performs painting' BARBARA statute. on or before August 2flth, 1977;
Starke. begins its first "Deamons and Seducing will apply the light of the people of this area to share In such as the exterior arid Interior KENNETH STRUTH VAUNSKI Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Mlllgan; otherwise a Judgement may be

Annual Bible Conference on Spirits," and "UFO's and the Biblical prophecy to the con the ministry of this Man of of building sheds and other IRMA BUFORDALTERNATES owners. entered against you for the relief

August 17 with Evangelist Ed Invasion from Outer Space." temporary world events God., A nursery will be provided structures to Include walls Dated this 28th day of July demanded In the complaint or
during this conference. each service woodwork and fixture A.D. 1977 at Starke Florida petition. .
F. Vallowe of Forest Park, This service begins at 7:15 : Prepare FOR SAID ,
Ga. as the speaker. each night. Wednesday night surfaces for painting or repainting ELECTION 7/28 4tcht 8/18 WITNESS my hand and the
Thursday through Saturday through Saturday night at Calling All Lutherans by scraping old paint, MARGARET WILUAMS seal 1977.of said Court on July 28,

mornings at 10:30: he will be 8:30: he will be teaching the rust etc., by use of scraper MRS. R.O. DANSBY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT GILBERT S. BROWN As dark
speaking on "The Creation of Book of the Revelation. What t would you do if you knew of a small group of families paint remover. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF of said Court

I the Universe". Wednesday Rev. Vallowe is a well were Lutheran and moved to in the area that were In Paces putty or filler In naB holes In Testimony whereof I here FLORIDA IN AND By: Marian McRae, As Deputy
I through Sunday night, he will known Bible teacher who is in Starke? terested in forming a church a defects. Uses'brushes, roller unto subscribe my name and FORBRADFORDCOUN1CIVIL Clerk

be speaking on such subjects great demand for Bible Con A quick look in the yellow and she had contacted Grace end spray gun to apply paint. cause the Seal of the town to be 7/28 tch 818NOTICE

I as: "The Mystery of Godli- ferences across America. He pages shows no Lutheran Lutheran in Jacksonville for Erects working scaffold and hereunto affixed this the 2nd day ACTION
must be able
to work from
church and that's what Gayle help in setting up a church. ladders a high of August 1977, A.D.CharlesJ CASE NO.77-324
I I ; Obituaries Davis found when she and her Schaefer OF INTENTION'
family moved to Starke from Logala. APPLY TO: Apply within 5 day Mayor-Commisaloner TO REGISTER
to Florida State Employment In re: The Marriage of REMER
Deacon Sherman Michigan."I CREWS, husband, and MAMIE FICTITIOUS NAME
spent 30 Office (Old Court
House) Call
Mrs. Myrtle Barnes Bell 82 ATTEST
years in the United States couldn't believe Starke Street & Temple Avenue : Merrill Edwards, CIty LEE CREWS, wife.NOTICE Pursuant to Section 866.09
didn't have a Lutheran Nonce' Is hereby given that the Clerk OF SUIT Florida Statutes notice Is hereby
Mrs. Myrtle Barnes Bell, 82, Army, he was retired at the Church. The city we lived In in Bradford County Planning and Starke, Fla.SALARY 8/11/ 4tchg 911NOTICE NO PROPERTYTO given that the undersigned,

of Rt. 1, Keystone, died time of his death, and was a Michigan was about half the Zoning Board, the designatedLocal : Salary will be In : MAMIE LEE CREWS Bobby W. Crisp and Elizabeth S.
Sunday morning t August 7, at deacon at St. John's M.B. size of Starke and it had a Planning accordance with school board Roberts P.O. Box 245,
Alachua General in Agency for Bradford approved salary schedule. OF INTENTIONTO (Address Unknown)
Hospital Church in Lawtey.He "
Lutheran Church, Mrs. Hampton, Florida 32044 doing
County and
Gainesville following a lingering is survived : The above position is
by wife said.
Davis business under the firm name of
Municipalities of
BroOker. FICTICIOUS NAME an action for dissolution of
illness. now open under the C.E.T.A.
Mrs. Bell who lived on Hermia L. Sherman; four Mrs. Millie Winkler found Hampton and Lawtey, will hold Title II Program. All applicants Pursuant\ to Section 866.09Florida marriage has been filed againstyou "FRIENDLY SHELL STOP."
daughters; six grandchildren the situation when she 301 North
; same public hearings on the 9th and Statutes and Hwy Lawtey,
Hutchinson Lake, was born in must be Bradford County notice is here- you are required to
seven great-grandchildren; and her husband moved herein 23rd days of August 1977 at by that the serve a of written Bradford County, Florida,
Ulster County New York, December four sisters and one brother. residents, unemployed 30 dove given undersigned copy your
i 31, 1894. She and her Funeral services 1974. 7:30: p.m.. In the County and economically disadvan- Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Mlllgan, 1012 defenses, if any to it, on the 32058, intends to register said
were held "There are no Lutheran Commission Chambers, County Butler Starke plaintiff's attorney whose fictitious name under the provisions
husband taged. Road Florida
to the
Key- Saturday, August 6, at 11 a
m. churches in Gaines of aforesaid
except Courthouse Starke Florida. statute.
Itchg 8/11 32091 doing business under the and address is
stone Heights two and
area a at the St.
half months from John's Baptist ville, Lake City and The purpose of the hearings Is to firm name of "MINI-GOLF DUDLEY P. HARDY Esq. Bobby W. Crisp and ElizabethS.
Kings- Church
ago with the Rev. Willie
Jacksonville and that s too far receive Roberts, owners.
public comment on the COURSE, .2000 N. Temple Pierce ft Hardy P.A.
land Ga. She of the
was Huffman
officiating. Chestnutand to travel, Mrs. Winkler said. Land Dated this 13th day of July,
proposed Use Plan elements I Charles Avenue, Starke Bradford P.O. Drawer 1000
faith. Haile Funeral Home Schaefer, Mayor
was Mrs. Davis and Mrs. A.D. 1977
covering the unincorporated County, Florida, 32091 Intends Starke Florida 32091 at Starke Florida.
Commissioner ,
She is survived by her In charge of of the City of
arrangements. Winkler are now trying to find 7/21 4tpd 8/11
: area of Bradford County t" register said fictitious and file the
Starke name original with the
husband, Howard Bell; one out if there is anyone else in- Florida by virtue of the
and the
son, Byron H. Bell of Keystone Mettle Aileen terested in forming a Missouri incorporated areas of Authority vested to me by law ---. --- --
Brooker, Hampton and Lawtey.
Heights; two brothers: do hereby call a First Primary
Brac well, 38 Synod Lutheran Church in the Copies of the proposed plans NOTICE INTENTION
I Harvey Barnes of Hollywood Maltie Aileen Brace well, 38, Starke area. For informationcall may be viewed at the Zoning Election to be held at the Fire TO ADOPT SUDOBT POM FISCAL vaAlll1m II
I Cal., and Howard Barnes of of Rt. 1 Box 38 Lawtey died Mrs. Davis at 964.5870 or Station in the foresaid City by Legal Malice
I St. Marys, Ga. ; three sisters: Sunday August 7 at Alachua Mrs. Winkler at 964-7925 in the Department Bradford County qualified voters on Tuesday NOTICE TO ALL TAXPAYERS OF A PUBLIC HEARING ON THE ADOPTION Of A PROPOSED BUDGET BY THE
Mrs. Edna Lapo of Hollywood, General Hospital evenings.Mrs. Courthouse in Starke, and at the September 13, 1977, A.D., for ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT' AND INTENT TO LEVY A TAK TO FINANCE, A PORTION
an Town Halls of Of SAID' BUDGET.
Cal., !Mrs. Emma Miller of the purpose of electing the
Island N.Y. and Mrs. extended illness. Davis said she already Hampton and Lawtey. Both following officers You are hereby notified that' IIM Governing Board will ItoM public bearing on It.*following date and pieces for me
Long :
Misd Bracewell was born in written and oral purpose ol adopting a budget or as the same. may.amended:
Elizabeth Bergman of Jacksonville and has lived in ::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ;: comments are CITY CLERK, TWO YEARS August' I' 177. Fine Art BulWlog. P.'.'''". Florid

Newark, N.Y. ; three grand- Gainesville for the welcome. POLICE CHIEF TWO YEARS beginning at Z 00 o.m.
children and seven great- years. She was a member past of 10 |1 Card Of Thanks 1: 3tchg 7/21 8/4, 8118POSITION ONE COMMISSIONER, GROUP August It. 1977. Civil Service Bard Room

grandchildren. the Baptist faith. 2, TWO YEARS Duval County Court House
Graveside funeral services She is survived her :::::::..:::::::::::::: :::::: :::::::::::::;:;:;: ;:.;:;:::::::::::: ONE COMMISSIONER GROUP Jacksonville, Florida

were held Tuesday morning in father, Mr. Everett B.by Brace The family of Willie VACANCY 4, TWO YEARSINSPECTORS August I Wiz 2.00D Kehler'' m.Piaia Hotel,

Keystone Heights Cemeterywith well 01 Lawtey; two sisters Southerland expresses their Coil East, Ballroom
Rev. Thomas P. Poston Mrs. Ann L. White of Jackson-, appreciation to the family and POSITION: C.E.T.A. PAINTER FOR SAID \ISI E. Washington

officiating ville and Mrs. Corlne Corbettof friends who donated flowers WHERE:' School Board of Brad- ELECTION: Orlando Florld4111OCJ.ooDm.
and food and especially for the : .
Lawtey ford County Operations Center,
; one brother Frank many prayers that were madein ELLA MAE CHASTAIN All person their attorneys or agents owning real or personal,property subject to taxation, "In the following counties are
B. Bracewell 619 N. Orange Street West
JohnSherman of Jacksonville. their behalf during their ANNIE P. HOLTON Invited to appear before said board .nd./Iow their! obi colons 'lo said, proposed budget, which .hereinafter, Is published In
Funeral services were held Starke, Florida. full:
I I II Wednesday afternoon in the time of bereavement.The DESIRABLEQUALIFICATIONS RUBY HOWELL Counties partially
I Deacon John Sherman, 74, Evergreen Family Of : Graduation PEGGY SMALLER Camillas District WlthM me District
I I of Law ley, died Friday, July Jacksonville. Cemetery in Willie Southerland from a standard high school and ANN WOODS Brevard Alachua
29, at home. Clay Baker
I I Ouval' Bradfordtake

I Indian River' Marlon,
I SI Johns Orange
Semlnolevolusia Osceola



District. Wide' Oklawana Basin Greater, St. Jaunt
Fund It Fund IS Basin PvndN Totals
I Funds on Hand Bee/Inning.
October I, 1977
Estimated unobligated tar
Net Balance Hand'
beginning el 1977 71

t : fiscal year '
VAl.ua Fund Id. .
i Dtitrlctwtde ((1107.5771
SALE ENDS SATURDAY Deficit Obligation

August 13 1977 ol Amt fund reflects borrowed repayment la.-' ., :'' ., ,
II -
operating e .pensesSlh
a".rter-ty' .1976-77 lr r-

LADIES' BOYS dvev/M'77 .,
I Oktawahe B.Slflhlnd .
Unobligated, Balance' 5765 6S. .'.
I KNIT SHIRTS balance Upper SI. Johns Basin.

I SWEATERS .: unobligated funds \309.060
,' Totai' of funds on hand beginning
I ..' ,'. .t r- October 1. 1971
I TOWELS $ Income October I, IS77September .' 1507.142
$ Q88 '
> ," p.: 1 ::10. ISIS .,'
(:< Anticipated+ 'Irom State LegislatureGeneral -

Reg.s 1ar ":: ., :... '_":;.. Or ants In AID, 100000 300000 400000
WeAP CARDIGANS V- Costal Plum Study ,!, 50000 50000
WITH iLf ON R Aquatic. '

$ '., \ STRIPES SOLID COLORS fc Weed DA Local Control 11.130 U.l00 65.00
22Ea. '. Works Grant
1 f. \ SIZES: 1-12 Permit FeesInterest 700.000 20.0OO 200.000
on Certificates' 5

IRREOULARS ol Deposit J.OOO 7.000 5.000 17.000
SMI a Anticipated 'trAm OKtrlrt
Wide Ta.es I.633.3SISI.7iO.7S3
I 1.631.355
Anlr.on..d, Oklawaha Basin '
Anticipated' (Greater SI Johns 440,419
SHEETS 9".201 944201S4.7W.5SI
Total' Anticluated. Balances
.. Receiptsttacemmended
;; .y AppreprialMnsDeleter 5e44It,3 SI.70I.MSUV.J71

ROLLER ,. 1m. September M. 1"1

BOTTOMS $6 rK $1 AdministrationPersonal/ Services S2'5.629 II4MI, 179,611

("on'.cfu.ISer\/lcn/ ".S9! e.175 0.450 "' .110
CommoditiesCurrent S.375
( 75 150 5,600
Charges It.oSO
I '7 BLACK SUEDE \ I Co il.OUII.v, 16X1
BRUSHED M6OStaa3.IV 6 435 '12.S70m at.to
l Totals' .
OR BROWN I SJ9M4SIH 793 1577.541U34.1
"" % Resource Planning a> ManagementPersonal
""- SUEDE.
W 3 FLARE LEO Services S7.1M .S70 WOO.935 9
SIZES .10 1 Contractualervlca'
STYLING. \19101 34.1914.J09 54.79
Commodities 100
'" _.....0- no ....... SIZES: Current Charges 7275 7.91 1 115 12.190 4.000

... 4-7 C.olt'Oull.v' S5 .335ttaiaia 10.MS.50Q 19.155
TotalsGeneral SOItlSIMI' 6757,077
Services 14J4.5IO

DISPOSABLE t4 r '' Personal, Services US.124 _.291
I ,
1)2.315 21490 .
I9.15O 193.IoS
I DIAPERS Current Charge 17.270 2.516.720 IL.70 S037 fl.lSO
Construction OutlayCauital 701.400
Outlay .. 77.973' 7.475 .._ ZOI._
Totals l ,. ,1610."I MH2ttl S '. 35.146
2 $150 wafer Resources Department U4I.U1

OR $? i .$1 Commodities Personal' ServicesContrertual Services. "49910,112 SM3.Sal II*.741 Y39.4Jf 164.77

31.SM> 19.55
Current Charms 151.445

.' PACKAOEO.12 PI I L LOW TotalsCnviranmental Capital Outlay. 99 14.2iVUI 4J 77.7J7'I7.MJ "76,750 6.517

j .642 il.OI9.4MlS.7,4 "..1.110
100"- COTTON Science
t i. ff DAYTIME AND 8 4 SIZES: Personal" ServicesContra.luul 516.130
4 SI526O6
Services '. ""
A475 J -, a 17S
$1 ,
w OVIRNIONT CASES X CommoditiesCurrent 1 10(00
4, CharnesCapital 9.J06.2200 .k. ,--XV8140:.- J200 ,4.400,._
22.24S 6' 70.2.
_-' CMM, ServiceRvpiyment 5117.006 r.".., 5110.735 '

30 CT. FILLERPAPER of Principal interest I,.
ASSORTED BOYS & GIRLS on Loans \316./
M4er Plot. $776.. !

PLUS DECAL HAND TOOLS BOXER LONGIES Wadio, fcuuipmenlFreight:fc. tiprettTest ,.I 1000 M.OSO
,1.1100' :
Drilling 1.000JO.
FANTASTIC VALUE! 4 Pumping ." s 'Pi .
Motor vehicles" : JO.OOO .000
.. '
t 6 $1 $1. <)0:1.," tnu: .umcnlTotals .. 517900 JJOQOa 59._
FOR 4.210'j
-. \9.5011 .1010 *-/IO
Taajtsastf4 Collectors' .. ':t. 27iioU1007 SIJ.1QD $1D\710

6 $1 CemmisMem. ? S

IACHPKG FOR Contractual deserves services S.1I.I7)S7I.479 11.03 SU04S 29,171

I cr\'J t 'J).IJ/1S: /! NASA ItSt COTTON Meservestor '
.,;;'tl; ::0,"!-l., "MUVU"COM't' 1 SIZES. UtMID Contingencies,,"""...'errWeWnce ., 150,0W IIS*.434
z'yf ,
9Uy. CNA.Ap1R a SCREWDRIVERS 100.000
y / HIAnAN" A OPEN WAIST f To'fund Isl quarter fy too,oooUS
..) sw .... DlCAl END WRENCHES MACHINIWASMAM.I HST.,due H lack -

"!!-;-. !!!! INCLVDlD. of cash on h.neIl...said
-...... i ISDirriRENT -** Quarter I '
LIMIT 1 ol els
Final TotalsAppropriations ;. S6J.007 150.000 *.414ta.
,, '
tMMl/tJ 914.1 *l.Ml.swat
Thuf atlCI*.m'i.. DubftfWd' Ie MOOI'M' 01"" "lrlCl '"tcorolt .27.it i
NolhT9l W..IsUlSlinal.ws' .
Dud IIIIS 01 .
July A '

155 W. CALL ST. ChairmanAttest H T. CI.,. .

by' Frederick
o Rouse?
9:00: -5:30: Moi Sat. ticecuiive Director '" '
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August II. 11117 TELEGRAPH Page

....... Girl Scout News
..... House Cleaning

By Carolyn Eaves songs by Stephen Foster for Special

Neyati Girl Scout Day Camp their The Songster Cadettes Badge.worked Any Single Story,

1977 was very successful with on Home UI .9S
their Swimmer First-Aid and
30 scouts Two Story House
Child Care Badges. Bettie Sue
Each day was filled with 39.95 to 69.93
assisted with First
diriferent None
activities Higher
which Aid and assisted
Kathy Casey
continued rain Mobile Home 19.9S
or shine. The
with Swimmer. The Cadettes
Brownies were This I. a and
busy with pressure
gave party for the Pixie Unit
crafts and -
nature chemical cleaning

as well as. cake decorating adventures and and ments the for boys Child to meet Care.require-Pat guaranteed to remove WANTED FOR RENT HOMES FOR SALE FOR SALE

cooking. mildew bugs, stains,
Welty was Unit Leader for
Sharon 1
Williams etc.
Cadettes and Rose Lancasterwas
Lennon were: Unit Leaders Call Collect 964-8061 SMALL FURNISHED ----------- :,r
Unit Leader for ------------
with Catherine Pixies. after WANTED lined r. APARTMENT! (75 per BRICK HOME with 3
Schoening and p.m. MOBILE HOME PARK,
Lynne Johns as Of course the favorite thingat frlgerators, .....r., and month.Available August 17, bedroomi, 2 baths, double Tree ahaded. 10 apace ?
Program Neyati is swimming in ... condition.Phone Call 864-7321. Itehg 8/11 J itrWiJl'9aQ
Aides for the Brownies H. In good carport on large lot. Drape Center el Lake. Butler
Junior' Fly-Ups Kingsley Lake and Kathy Dahmor'a Dlaconnt 2- BEDROOM* fuVnl7hed and appliance Included 18900. Phone 964-8746 altar

Water Fun worked on Casey was at the waterfront 964-7923. TF/C... Low down payment and takeover 5 p..... 8/4 tl/chg "
Songster apartmeat. Fractal
Prints A big thank to all Phone. 964-
you the payment ------------ "CREALTY
and ..... .....
Backyard Fun .I. P. 964-5951. Itchg ,
Badges. 8630.'
staff who" made the week a -- ---------- t!4 *14. rI. '
Janet Kimutis was Unit great for NORTH CAROLINA WANTED: Sleeping room In 8/11 : ::___ AKC IRISH SETTER :
Leader with Patty Mullins and experience Starke In private home for ------------ PUPS! 3 mo. old, .hot Awormed. .Jb
everyone.My 1 bMrcotn rustle ennui on I I II 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED ASSUME PAYMENTS 01 .$75 each. Highland. .
Cana Schmidt end her nether
as Program favorite cm. ol weeded mountain limE lady a few air r' "N EW LOCATION I203 I-
Aides. thing of the day each ....'h. No. apartment conditioned. 1973 Parkweod Mobile 12897355. 8/4 Ztpd 8/11 ,
week was the flag Terrific view*(mountain. Large $75 per month. Call 9647767. Horn. 12x70 with expand ------- ----- N. TEMPLE
Juniors ceremony rock llrsplace, "pol.d .exam .m.... .. Write V. Gray, 829
were busy with the staff had Itchg" 8/11 living room.Phone 964-5579 CITIZEN STARKE, FLORIDA
Toymaker. on Friday. All the g.iIing. large redwood dick N.E. 35th St.. Ocala, Fin. .. ____
Storyteller units had done a great ceremony print water.52.SQO.ts.oog"'down 62670. Itpd Slit 8/4 2tchg 8/11 COMPTOMETER: REAL FACTS ON REAL ESTATE'
Rambler, Songster. Backyard all week but I thought a.ume low ;. .._ ......__ TWO FURNISHED APTS, ------------ Multiplies, uae* tape,
Fun and Observer. Laurie I Aero on lario ruining mountain.. One I BR and oa. 2BR. excellent condition. 75. Get the highest possible dollar for your property
Mullins and Sarah Morris the one by staff was really im trout "lOm. Waterfall ...,by. Electricity and hot water, Phone. 782-3660 niter 5 p.m. when you (.Ml Give u* an exclusive listing and we

were Unit Leaders with pressive. Good. arcsi.. Htoo. Good Torm. PhoM 964-8071. Itpd 8/11. FOR SALE tl/pd will negotiate for the very best possible' deal I for you.
Betsy bodroom cabin I
included Dawn on aero. Good \
Campers -- ---------- be for I IIf
Yawn and Irene Wainwrightas garden loot. flood .c.... Owner --- ---- --- -- We will working you
Program Aides. Schoening, Carmen Eaves Audi. la loll lll.joo T.rm.. FURNISHED HOUSE FOR PATIO COVERS: 10x20 for LIMEROCK FOR SALE: you want house painted, call a house painter.If .

All of these Serina Clark Pertema ,Th... arc a few of 1.000 Ilitlnai. RENTi 2 BR, 726 Laura St. home and mobile liD..... Phone. 782-3172 alter 6 p.m. you are sick, go to a doctor.. If you wish to sell
units enjoyed Brown Donna wo nave all types of SEPTIC' (150 monthly 964-7228. Itpd 7/14
Thornton property (199 Inatalled. (159 tl/chg property, see us. We are professionals who want to
ice .
making cream taking Ililod from MOO per aero end 8/11
Michelle Kimutis Karen up TANK SERVICE anlaetalled. GATOR --- --- -- --
nature walks and Wo h.".small or largt tr..... WIalio (40. work for you. Depend on us to get top dollar for your
learning Kimutis residential pump-oute, ALUMINUM Phone 37Z-
Kathy Lancaster
more about nature with Terry ,several cabins houees. Fast lervlce ,..1'..'..... 9767. 4620 N.W. 13th St., FOR SALE Diamond property
Mundorff. Penny Flythe Lenore Welty old l rmi etc write or call 'lor HOME 3 BR, spacious needle for any stereo, over' Don't put it off another minute. Call now and ask
also 964-8121. 4tpd Gaineavllle. 8/11
They improvedthe Dianne 'trie listing brochure.. You con callIresolckarg. Phone tl/chg
Wood Rosaland ground Garden epot. No 247 different onea, we Tiav for a representative to come out and give you a
and by dl.II.1100041. -- -------
quiet area the -
nature Lennon, Melanie --------- ... them alt. Dahmer'e Dl,.
tra il. Wood Vonda Mil.Write,call today. Cneronos uUIIl. No objection to 2 FOR SALE On. Chicken. professional opinion. Selling property is what we do

Kay Hall Allison Denmark Land Co.. Murphy, N.C.: 1"". VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS mall children. No pet. 782- barn 30x300 metal root one count. TF/Chg best.
A special treat _
with was baton Erica Gruen Chris West aO m....., all 3279 Itchg 8/11 eight. ten teed tank 12 COUCH AND CHAIR SALE
Gruen several Elizabeth Kopelousos Tracy I I/ II 7tpd '/ 22CLASSIFIED model Starke Sewing Center --- --------- brooder, 2 meditators, and (169.95 up Dahmer'. 40 acre farm great financing set up, lust outside

days during the week. West Belinda Melson. 215- East Call Street, TWO ROOM APTS. Double water Call 4734510. Itpd Dloeount. 2/3 TF/Chg city limits.
The Juniors invited their Jennifer Johns 964-8312. 4tpd elngla sleepIng rooma. A/C. 8/11
Cindy Harris phone
Furnlehed.. Coma to Under BAHIA HAY: Argentina,
parents to camp Thursday Daphne Heastie Brooke ---- Kingsley Lake several listings. Also the best of
wood Motel. 301. 4 miles N.Starke. CAMPER"AC. highly fertilized phone 864-
for PICK UP .
evening hotdogs at the lake Williams Sheila L.ke.INVESTMENT.
Shannon 8/11 Ztpd 8/18 6071. 7/21 tfchgBLUEBERRIES Hampton
Queen sloe bed. Sacrifice.
followed AD
by a of
program WenDee
Hall: Denna Chesser --- ------ -
BULLDOZER WOK\-I..d --- --------- 782-3046. Itchg 8/11 -

Adrianne Welty Elizabeth clearing road building, ait 3 BR MOBILE HOME en ------------ : U-Plck, 50 OPPORTUNITIES: ((1)I 8-unlt
Rowell Chuck Williams Jay preparation. Phone Edward. Griffin Loop. 964-8816. Itpd GARAGE SALE New cent per lb. We.Pkk, 75 apartment house, ((2) Tuck's Drive-In, 301 S.; ((3))

Eaves Rick Kimutis Jason Davii Glen St. Mary, 1.259. 8/11 Dingo Boots, *......, cent per lb. Off Earleton N.
The Best of 301
Servicemen 3569. --- --------- Road (1200-A), 1.8 miles
Welty Pat Mundorff, Will Deadline for Insertion Converse Sneakers, Dreaaahoe
4/14 &fll/ FURNISHED north el Slt-26, then 1/2 mile
'" wardrobe and
Lancaster Len Eaves and Tuesday noon preceding
- --- ----- APARTMENT) 1 BR large Item.. Everything w..,. Longnecker, 473.2702
Maria 'Thomas.Thanks Thursday before publi Valuable older properties: Cl) Large horn on
Montgomery living room Kitchenette.Very or 4751151. Open 8 ..... to
Infantry Training Completes to Jim Schatz for cation. BILL'S s w-s'ii P --complete ; :- nice. No children or and must Sunday go. Friday 9-5. ,2 Saturday 1/2 miles, 7:30 p..... Monday through Madison; ((2)) Demorest home on Park St., with 1.75

Marine Private Willis L. sharing one afternoon with us, .....peaia. servIce, pet. Phone. 9645033. Itpd North ol L...,., en 301. Saturday tln/chg acres adjacent to Stark. Plaza.
really informative and interesting Minimum charge$2.00 circular band carbide, 8/11 Itpd 8/11 ---

Montgomery son of Izell and we hope to see (Covers 15 Words) chain, mower blnde hollow ------------ MOBiLE HOME LOT"with Double Wide '73 Tiffany Harvard: 3 BR, :2 full baths
Montgomery of P.O. Box 908, more of him this coming scout Each word over 15 ground and balaaced.. Leaveat ------------ YARD SALE: mtaceDaneoue. well and septIc tank. Small completely furnished off 301 S. Owner moving

Starke. has completed the year. 10 cents Jack ton Building Supply, KINGSLEY LAKE items, some clothea. Sat. 2 down payment. Phone "68. away. _
infantry combat training Also thinks to Don Starke or Keystone Height. COTTAGE: Furnished 3 1/2 mile on 230. Itpd 8/11 1551. 6/9 TF/Chg
course at the Marine Corps TF/Chg_ BR, 250month. September --------- --- ---- --- ---- Next to HI Lo Store in Raiford- brick home and
Hardenbrook and "friends"who All classified ads
Base Camp Pendleton C 'lif. -- --- ---- June Phone 533-2633. 8/11 GARAGE SALE Sa t. frame home pecan trees, grapevine and room to
made the much must be paid for in advance GUNS FOR SALE 22'a,
During the six-week camp ALCOHOLICS 2tpd 8/18 August 13 from 9 ..... til 8 Dahroer' garden.
course cooler. unless have .25'a. and 38' sold at -
Montgomery received class- you ANONYMOUS: aueceieful ---------- -- p... L..,.,. Turn west oil
an established account living for people who want to FURNISHEDAPARTMENT 301 at Lawtey Elementary Diaceunt. TF/Chg Good .
room instruction and participated building lots: Hampton Lakel Bessent Rdl
with The Telegraph. In STOP drinking and STAY ) I bedroom School. Follow elgas. Itpd Green Acres) i
in field exercises Involving that event fl extra topped. Meeting Thursday available A... 15. 8/11 WATSON'S HOUSE OF

infantry tactics; the FOR SALE charge for billing. Not and Sunday, 8 p.... Pkene 75month. Phone. 964-7521. --------- --- VACUUMS many brand
construction and camouflageof for 964-5434 or 964-6894. TF 8/11 2tch 8/18 CARPORT SALE Baby ol new vacuum. Deed Small home unit: and one-half acres on Rd. U. Also
Roll Bar. Will Fit responsible errors 3 BR, 2 bath unit with CH-Aoff 301 N.
fighting positions; and the when the -- --------- ------------ home of all kinds Somemlicellaaeoua. machine available. Expert
use of mines. demolitions and Short Wheel Base given over SEWING MACHINES COTTAGE ON LAKE Sat. A... repair, all make. Part and

intra-company communications Ford With Pair Of phone or when copy is repaired all make. JOHNSON: air conditioned.Swimming 13th. 900400.: Follow algnn acceaaorle for all vacuum. We are ALWAYS looking for homes In good repair. .,
rot typed and brought to cleaned oiled and adjusted, ; and flehing.125week. oil Collty Rd. 9648059. llpd Built-in central vacuum
equipment. Ills KG ((15.000 CP) Lites the office. (7. Work guaranteed. .I..... .. Phone 473-2108. 8/11 .,.t..... 404 NW 10th
specialized training centeredon Wired Through Bar. Avenue, GalneevOle. Phone
Strickland corner Morgan tlchgKITCHENETTES -------- Cecelia T. Terwillegar
the operation employment Also Have Fiber Glass Road and Highway. 16. 3/10 ------------ YARD SALE U"weather 3767110. TF/Chg
and maintenance of rifles. TF/Chg : utQltle permit 318 ChrlaUan St. NEWLOCATIONI I

Montgomery joined the Tool Box With Sliding -- ----- ---- Included! totally turnlohed; Ibehlnd. County. laSt| Sat. 10- UTILITY BUILDINGS.AU 205 N. TEMPLE .

Marine Corps in January 1977. Tray That Sets Inside HELP WANTED HANDYMAN: All home weekly. or monthly .rate. 4 pjn. Itpd 8/11 aluminum, prewired re- m STARKE, FLORIDA
repair. Interior and 880 light switches,
Bed. Tempi Motel N. --- ---- -- -- ceptablea
---- ------- eaterlort remodeling, heueewaahlag Temple, Slor.... Phone 964- YARD SALE: Friday 001,. light, tongue and groove OFFICE PHONE 964.7776
Call Steve Thomas DELIVERY SALESMAN and painting. 7357. 7/28 3tpd 8/11 9:00: 400.: Butler Rd. Baby floor delivered and set up. RCA, HOME PHONE 744-5145

Physician on phone: "Yes LP ga. experience pre Special rnten/term for ---- -------- h..... Children clothe. Financing available, up to 48
this is the doctor. My 964-7385 ferred. Register' Oil Co., senIor citizens. Fr. PRIME BUSINESS SPACE taree equip and much month to pay; 60 also*. I
answering service is busy at After 6 P.M. ; 308 S. Thompson. 8/4 Stchg estimate Phone. 964-8961 located on Lawrence Blvd. more. Itpd 8/11 Suxukl el Starke.9644020

the moment." I Or 964-6246 ] 8/18 alter 5 p..... for Immediate and Flanugo In K.,.,... -- ------- --, 964-6021. 5/12 TF/chg

-Ray Morin in I During 8.5 P.M. i -- --- ------- attention.. 7/28 4tchg 8/18 H'.. "..Ir. at Standard FOR SALE Console plane,. ._ (TOLillian
PART TIME - --- ---- Station .. .
The Wall Street Journal Oce..loa.1 : er ph. 473-4907. CaB for appointment to ee!1-' .1

local work verifying major LAWN A GARDEN TF/chg. !: __ ___ ___ 4732210 day or 473-1648 Selling O tAll oao.RG.R05rOTS
serialized SERVICE Also housework. .
merchandise at : evening 'f/c.. '
gloria for manufacturers. .nd general household. MOBILE HOMfc In country, ------- --- 1 55155CC.,.. C. Pearson
lit 'Ui CliM V. bank, during week. days. repair. Reasonable rale. furnished children welcome. Real Estate
., -Carpi Mature Individuals Phone 964-5452 ...'11.... Phone 964-6114 or 4734777. NURSERYSTOCK ... North Tempi.; A...

lavenchek. B.. 76680 8/11 Stpd 9SALUMINUM 4/7 TF/chg JTARK. FLORIDA '
I w. Use The Famous Von Schrader BOOTSAt _. -
9 Atlanta, Ga. 30328. 8/4 3tpd ------ ---- -- ----------- STARKE

I Dry Foam Method No Heavy WettingNo 8/18 S I D ING: SUMMER COTTAGES Carradine's 3 BR i....* hoiiae. CHIt, ;

Odor ------ ------ A..I..., gutter, window, Klngaley Lake. by week. In Our ____ fenced corner lot, 5.000..

: Carpet Ready For use The Sam Day etc. Joseph D. Ga.-rleon. A/C Call 533-2366 after 6 Our New Styles Are In Large 4BR frame house, --- t

_. ._ Phone 964-5205. 8/11 tf/chg p.m. 5/26 TFcbfHOMES Stock. We THINK we I Hot i House LR family room on. ten 2 BR frame wiin carport on
Sttlifiitli" 6ritfiie! AUTOMOBILES USED BELLYDANCING------- ----- -------- ---- offer the largest and acrea, Just off SR 16. Fl*. Power (15.000.

best selection In --- -----
Call For Free Estimate 984-8312 LESSONS Start W.d. FOR SALE .50 Each 301 North 3 BR LR. 8.7 acrea-cor 100-S! at 100-
------- -- -- 8/24 and Thura.. 8/25. northeast Florida. We
PLYMOUTH DUSTER: Beginner' claaaea run for 10 KNOW we have the best Taking The frame hOIl..oa ten acrea, A, reduced te (13500.
Stark Sa Cinttr 1973, AC PS PB. Good tractor and equipment. -----
liif at (3 per leiaon. prices anywhere. _ I0acres SR 230 and
onditioj. low mU..... Only ------ ------ Count'Dealers facing
215 E Call St SI.,..., Ftc ;11950. Phone 964.9492. Itpd 6432 Contact Like Pam Bnuell 8/11 1-752- Will sacrifice (15,000 double Belts to Size 56. All in ''Several commercial lots on, Whoa Road., (22,000.

I 1/11 8/18 City. 2tchg wide mobile hem for the finest leathers. .. OnlyPhone 301. -----
(10,000.See it and realise It. ; I..d' 5V.cree lacing two graded
---- ---- --- CARRADINE'SLEATHER .n- .
---- --- --- 9 pasture
value 9648746. 8/11 roads (9.000. I
1 1974 PINTO WAGON.Large Retired tlchgBY SHOP oft
1I man want part tun :fti reasonably priced just
I motor air work.. Experienced gardener bVdreom SR 16, N.W. ol town.
South of
OWNER 3 1 36.35 acre I56.JOOLAWTEY
ondilloned,diM brake,low and maintenance.Phone 964- 9646029RALPH _
;..D..,.. 9645.190: 428 N. 6653. llpd 8/11 frame ben., newlyrenovated Lawtey on U.S. 301 1-3-6 acre ho-It.' 2

Energy Savings W r alnut St.Starke. Itpd 8/11 -- -- Urge shaded lot, 782.3400 mile\ N.W. of St."' ". Small 5 room frame house
---- --- --- CLEAN UP y1 T "heml convenient. to shopping -- in 1.4 acre 12000.
II I 971 VEGA (595i, 1970 .. 5F. will pressure wash. ...t.r. M.., see to Very nice double wide' -- ---

I RAMBLER: 1695; SR 125 your home. Also cool eeal. appreciate. (15,000 I-I, BRYAN Real EstateLi screened. porch added CH2!BR frame home completely

[)ne Mile west 301 7823321tpd Call 964.5196 for free Est.Itpd negotiable. Phone 964-5157 A, on. one acre lot with' furnished, Incl. new washer
CENTRAL HEAT & AIR : 8/11 8/11 Itpd 811DOUBLE 2117 N. Temple 964-8788 plenty oltrees. and dryer (13.200.
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-- --- ------ bld.-SU.IMIO.:
WIDE MOBILE -Z .:: ; Commercial
.ondttlon, (300. Call 96<1. HOME: 24 60, 3 BR. 2 Bath, reasonable, juat off SR 16 --- -
Completely Installed :1852. Itpd 8/11 FOR RENT LR, DR. Den Kitchen. SR WEST paved road. 29 acre (33,500.
Furnlahed. CH/A. 6600. --- -
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Phone $64-8933. SatTuea.anytkne. 24 acre 2 bulldlngai; ovsrl,000 ft on highway. (38,000. I BR block. house, Bedford Beautiful farm 51.S acres
I FOR SALE! 1973 D.e.... 2 Bedroom block. home aid Wed.Fri.alter 4:30 Term ....... on 301. Brick home with t
IOO.Great gaa mileage, Save traler .,.ca. Call 9644690r p.m. Itpd 8/11 LAWTEY AREA - fireplace 3 BR 2 Bath
964-8335. llpd 8/11 3 BR, 1 bath.CB home, A barn ...oJ
.nd buy for II.IMIO. S. at ------------ CH A ,
--- ------ with FR nice,!
i itandard-Malloe, SR-100 & 1. 2, 5, 10 acre and up. Law down payment, owner very planted pasture (195,400.
11, Keystone Height tin/- p BBASINGTONCadillac financing. House or mobile .borne. tswimmlng pool la town. -- --
: $1,590 __ 4 BR,2 Beth-Double Wide
Floriland Realty Oldunobile Mobil Home W
BROOKER AREA 3 BR I bath block. home In /C.&A..
Sales & Service 1.7 acre w/complete hookup
393 Temple Av. Stark City Limlta. .
FAULKNERE Starke. Fin. Fine Selection Of Vied Fine BR.2 bath,brick .bom. *a 28 acre, with onefourthml __ for 2nd !,!!...(15,000.. I
en. paved road.Too many extra te mention.
Off.964-7700 Cars Taken On
20 acre with flab pond t

2 TON SYSTEM IBI A Cadillac Trades THERESSA AREA GEORGE Reg.Real ROBERTS Eatat Broker mobile horn boot-Up.."'gPhoaeS6l.7826

t BR Fram.,1 1/2 bath. 2001 N.W.13 378-5301 barn with water aad .1...
137 SR 100
1,7,10 up to acrea off Irom SllOO/acrei; owner
ipanlah type stucco,3 BR, OPEN Saturday A.M. ASSOCIATES

126S.Wat.rSt.Starke,Florida rrt 1 Home, t Bath. .. RAIFORD AREAtO _ _ _ Lola Zip parer 964-7154 er.

.5065 ,_, WiiYll 'rtffin' barn well and 7823397.
964 10 Acre Farm with : acre dairy pump. (30.000. Lillian Peariea
nemoImber. ..................... --- LONGCHAMPHome
1 FREE HOME ---- 3 BR furnished house en paved road 15500. and Building REALTOR

, Frame b..... oa 83'z135't Lots 2" thru 6" Lawtey 7112.JJ1MM Florida
on Sampton Lake. Materials
\ (10,000.00. I 100' en Water. Fast Rotary KEYSTONE AREA WE BUILD-
--- -
(lid houae on lOO'ilOO' lot Silver Snide lakefront. 3 BR turnlahed house (28.000.
,?Uckea Farm "Your Plans Or Ours
or Drilling Equlpmen1STATE _ _
Ia tow.. Priced te sell. --- --
.. .
u* give
you Your Lot Or Ours"
mobile homes. Owner
----- I Acre lute hence ar financing
:he facta.
1 and one.half acre with2'i70' LICENSE Irom $4,500.Waterfront FREE ESTIMATES
__ =___IMlIA mobile hem.. i i 10 s..n..s..n.New --- --
er soaed
for Remodeling Repairs
110.500. Good. t.re. iloblle horn... 20 percent Pumps! swim and. ski en thl* beautiful clear water .
--- -- 10.... lake. 100' en water. Only 3 lot. left at (12,500; ewnerfinancing. Additions
I and one.half acre. with 3 Homes Bought -

tlUty bldg. Well Septic & Used MISCELLANEOUS Sold Traded
nd electric Call 904-7700 ,

:: :: --- -- VernleP.Odem SalesPartsService: 1 l/2acr.lakeletat. Lake
West MadIson, 3 BR,large DR ..carport. perches, asbestos
I and ene-fenrth. a,.. Reg.Real Estate condition, corner lot. 26900. ACREAGE FOR Hampton 0.... (14400
aiding, good
'mnett. 2 BR. lB..*.. Broker E.Z Terms 2.9OO dawn ewnerfinanced.

'ftb. apartment aadoerk.b.p Eve Ings 9845476 ...en.0511.a.es.e.Io 2 Acrea A 3 BR CB .....-ell--BrewnUe- Rd..(24,400. SALE j
tecked. flak pond. Pearl Andrews. ,A._. ---- 1/2 ncr let LakeHampton.
.. .. 964-7739 .* !!.I!. 'II.. 3rUfle Loop: 3 BR fr... hoaae en beautiful acre lot Highway3OlSoiith Oak (1.9JO.

fie have commercial (14400. S tar/Ice Restricted residential
---- -
reperty en 301 aorth and New Installation Restricted lots C.'r Clab. Not leftiewner ......1&... Have builder
building (ear many
Service On All Makes Of ..t". who. wll build .hem te nil
24 Hour Expert MOBILE NOME Remodeling financing. : (el yeejr need

:EDUCED FOR QUICK House and 30 acre ell SR 100 South:; ,Jast b..d cIty Fine --- -
Air Conditioning & Heating Equipment ALE 10 ream, I balk PARK Repairs stand. el timber iO.OOO. Hem* en SR 100 *. I j
.>.*.. M.., ...r.'.. ---- acr... Owaer mvigonly -

.prxlmntely I 1/4 acre laaide CII. Limit w. have lots, acreage, borne and. f.,... I I. Bradford Clay. 11 120,000
led letallee. Price Walk to Bradford SfureOrDownttvm 'purra'ncj.11PUMPS& ., a -_i- -
: and Union C...110. la city',ceaaty and .rtr. '
15000. ---- 1 cere let en SR 100 13,500

SAWYER: Evening and.W.......... -----
Paul H. F...... 'UG P.,M..III SUPPLY Hwy frontage 1 MS* hat enSR

RioltorAsaeclaUe An city Ceavaaieeeea Ralph B.,...Realtor 964-6208 301 South .. StarkSjMM .
- Fire,Peace PreUcdeeiCity COMPANY r ( ..... financed.LJl. .

Air Conditioning C.a.Water and Art Patray,Salesman 473-203 p.ij1I
Irene L. Fauniaer Sewer -. 864 N. Temple Avx I EdwaTdT,nf

es4-mt Jo-Lu NotSiJ641810 Stark Wayne Douglas. SaI.....M44S93 A.........In*.
Madison StarkePh. SaeanM.Bakkaa. Real..
337 W. ffi-urt 964-7081 LIST aB US WE HVSTLEI 473-4904

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,,. CrGtl ;{r,.., t f.aLa "+{ 8 OHM 25 Watt Foam
? i front, 25 watt with 9' Cainnf'.pd. -

House Pain*' fall Paint 77.77

3 BuILT.IN 1 Pi '**0 MESS-Iry Mpllq DRy-WALERCIE _

( ) Hander" drink
1. uu I IIIIiiiq, i IIII, glass. Also or Coors.Bud, Schlltz

I II VII I/ [ a a..l LIP 31 oz. .73
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a ww. .uw ww. _
11041 :rsm Easy to apply, fast drying, soap & water I POTTINGiMiJi. % .Mw .....0......0
'z=::: "s clean-up in white, ceiling white, antique SOIL .

white. .. .. .
7 .96I :: ; 'j 8 LB.
I on smooth with excellent coverage. .... WITH INTERNATIONAL
I Long-lasting beauty. White and antique COUPON m7fpon

white only HI L 8ceahn 40 CHANNEL C.B. BASE ,
i I 8.96 L STATIONAM f

I PLL tuning delta tuning
n. at II : 157 77
GOOD ONLY THRU antenna warning indicator
L I SALE DATES light. PA switch. Ir I


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20 Lb.


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family e nt r>

I I H I 33 oz. sugar sweetcanister COUponI
I i I pack makes 10 GOOD ONLY THRU 1PGL E9IVDOW 7 t 4
I qts. grape orange, SALE DATES .
I cherry or new tropical
.... 1H l I .h punch.included.Handy scoop CHARCOALSTARTER

It I 1 Qt.
Big selection of nail polish, 2 FOR
i WITH lipsticks, eye shadow, lip
.....0... .... LIMIT 3 COUPON LIMIT gloss, liquid foundation and
NET 1 GALLON G er gel blush. 1 00
I t1 ur..r....
1 gallon size. 1 gallon size.
Assorted colors. Assorted colors.
Safety+ Economy! Chain brakes for 8 4ORVHO' 8 8
2.97 4. mulliseconds stopping .


insect spray
I 6 ft. 200 Ib. duty" Insect Spray 'l
rating. On.Ip..d.. blue
pluhC blades
10.66j'// 11 Inc nol I.C'summer ldeal,for weather &

1 Gallon.Highest quality. 1
DROP INSECT 0, Jt I : ,HHIK 9Af..Rne
PLASTIC LATEX >; mart' I'I '".cudwdh
8 oz. Kills in- SPRAY Pint Insect .d1 n" : {
CL9.THD DROP CLOTH CAULK sects for 2 to 3 8 oz.for fruit trees, spray. "bon l03 wheel l ho D.(gh.uu.men',.".radlul.bl.weeks. ', .
; Heavy duty. 10 x 20 11 oz. vegetables and ass! a"rdmeh.ryUl.
., ..:' ft. \I ornamentals.
.96 .63 u 99.99

-- '. latex 1.97 1.97 2.97



7 pc. kit with 9" roller and 2 Dry Chemical. .
jumbo tray :- 5BC': Non-toxic
2.66 :,- materials. rco7 y]

FaTTT =a
J \"PI 1 Nappy' T. *| Fc r home fire protection. Complete Early warning solid state detector" ( T-

I I LIMIT 6 I\\f. N.f.Vs.II TM*w..MMT.. |1| wi th 9 volt alkaline battery. Replaceable 12.6 v. battery. ftwjaor"Nt :
ll\ iii.r.4 wiik /
X TMf ,>....... 19.96 3'1.88'
", 100 count. Fits. all cup typecotfeemakert. .5 3 L I"J'. I

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