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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 18, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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the Bradford County School Board voted Monday night to go

Hired with the new bus route plan, which would change the staggered
Engineer : school openings to a uniform opening and Closing of all schools

,., and would use a six period day. .
__ The buses would have two routes as before, but they would be'

To New more centralized routes, with each driver being responsible to
-- r. Design one school instead of one area and would eliminate,driving

WIND AND RAIN DAMAGE FARM BUILDING hours from each route.

P Board member Arthur trying to obtain addItionalbuses

Nelson Griffis (roof and J.B. Whitehead (ground) start Whiteheads farm In western Bradford County the afternoon of Gaskins voted for the but cannot get in touch

repairs on the roof of Whitehead's egg cooler building. Aug. 9.Whitehead. Central, LandfillIn measure a turnabout from with the proper authorities. If
reported the noise from the storm. "knocked off the last meeting of the school he can locate some buses he

the roof was damaged when heavy winds and the rain hit production tome." ;a- special meeting drainage for the landfill designing board on July 28 when he said, a board meeting can be
the "cells" from called a motion to vote on the called within 48 hours to vote
Thursday night Commissioners
County "Out of Order" and it, and he will not hesitateto
measure on
which dirt will be
ESTIMATED LOSS decided to hire a removed to
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from a July 18 meeting when call one if the situation
registered sanitation engineerto hold the garbage, to build a
design a landfill that will two lane road and a fence Gaskins voted in opposition to arises.

meet the requirements of the barrier to keep out stray the bus route plan. Tuesday afternoon, Casey

Winds Rain Damage Buildings"Trees Department of Environ animals and to prevent Only utterance from was members in his of the office with :

mental Regulation ,,(DER)., erosion. I' Gaskins was when he told L.B. operations ;:
staff working the bus
on new
Williamson said he could director of .
get Register,
Presently; all garbage in the opera. The blackboard .
routes.
the plans for the fill and get it tions, he "has his work cut out< was
were bending over the J.B. Whitehead farm on she reached the doorway be- inside due to the force of the county is just placed in the registered with the state for for him" in implementing the filled with names written in
of Norman's tween the dining and living winds, looked out a back exlslt g landfill and covered, different colored chalk '.
and nearly touching the SR-235 west about$3,000. He said he would bus driver's routes. representing / ..
ground" from the force of high where high winds folded back rooms, Mrs. Norman saw the window and saw "trees were but, r fl according to DERregulations start the project Friday, and the different routes to :

winds and, possibly, from two the roof and allowed rain to winds "whipping everything bending over and nearly the site lacks he "won come for any. Gaskins opposed the new be used and one could hear ;;
small tornadoes which swept thoroughly wet the inside of a around with glass all over." touching the ground." many; of the qualifications money" until he makes the bus plan because he said there Casey and associates talking '/

the northwest sectionof cooler used to refrigerate eggs now necessary. was not a sufficient amount of about putting which driver .
across .
plans. _
The winds At the same time, White- On August 1, commissioners buses to implement it. Supt.
Bradford County last from Whitehead's 35,000 layer were blowing Williamson completed the where and sending him or her: .
head's two 6employees met ;with DER agents to set said it would be "
afternoon farm. lamps, 8 track tapes, and were 'Tom Casey on which route.
Wednesday 10. Aug. pictures all around the living at his chicken farm picking up dates for the completion of the same type which project has in been Baker In tight, but the program would The school board has run

Other area residents had room. Mrs. Norman stood eggs. According to Whitehead, landfill, which-Is located off County, 'be feasible with the amount of into controversy in the j
for pastJliI
two with
Harry Green, chief of the roof damage from high winds there for one or two moments. his employees crouched down SR-100 ne'ar Keystone budget operation of about years$39,000, a- buses the school now has, over its bus schedule. ; 'l.. "
Bradford County VolunteerFire which they were able to repairin She said it was real 1 dark in the against a wall on the outside Heights. f $40,000 a which amount to around 30. ears ago, the. board* ;, 1), f '
and outside where she wall of the cooler until the Th UER set September 15 year initiate '' '
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Department (BCVFD), a day or two. $500 here and room He also said he has workedout Three additional buses have a staggered
estimated damages at around $500 there would soon add up" could see.While storm passed. as a dfte to begin preliminarysite a system with Baker been opening system, with buses '
and
in the doorway At about 3 p.m.the preparation, with a completion -, purchased will be double .k
$30,000 from roofs lifted off Fire Chief Green says noting standing for1' running routes and bus;
County part-time available for
aroundNQVfmhPt
buildings, sheds blown over, that a good many sheds TV Mrs. Norman saw rain employees came to the house, date-set for March 15, ptovr r In ., use drivers handling about f r4l.3'
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'J Ketteringham and George!! Jacksonville he year," Casey said, "but it will buses needed from 33 to 20.
H andWhteheadsections Carter said the DER was whereby better.
onSR- S get Casey recom- This change was made in
keeps a steady check the
225 and SR-235 after being dis- mainly interested in gettingthe landfill and does bridge on mended this change and asked order to reinstate 12 aides who
I patched by the Sheriff's sanitary disposal system and the like. the board to use "a lot of dis- had lost their jobs because of a
Office. in operation and closing the surveys cretion" and have "a lot of lack of funds.
He told the commissionersthat
existing landfill, the permit patience" until the programhas Now the board seems to be
after his initial work is
for which expired on July 1. had time to smooth itself unhappy with the system as
j No one was injured in the through here in Bradford .
Carter said 'an they say it is a hardship to
escape
County that possibly he could out.This
wind storm. ,
1riu1 form of bus routing who have
.a clause was built into the work out something where he parents children
schedule ,and they: also would be working parttimefor would open the schools at 8:30: attending different schools,
afitl" and close them at 2:30: having their children
a.m. thereby
Heaviest damage was sustained t4' ir. ,i operated on "good faith. both counties and maybe
by the E.L. (Nook) The engineer, Glenn F. leave his in Jacksonville. p.m.,and would make the first leave for school at different

Norman home on SR-225, Just Williamson, of Macclennywashired All this job up in the air, students picked up at around hours of the morning.
north of the intersection with 1m in order to( develop the however.All 7:05: or 7:10: a.m. Casey added that with the
SR-229, where the force of the landfill so it meets those the commissioners Casey said this plan could new system, the amount of
1 wind caused the picture regulations. The work he at this 20-rninute "slide a little" during the time a driver would be on the
window of the Norman hometo would have to do includes: present winter months, when it is still road would be cut from five
special meeting were en-
be blown in and shatter, and determining where the water dark until 7:25: a.m. hours and 25 minutes to about

I, !" table is, designing the proper (See Page 13) Casey said he has beenIn three-and-a-half hours.



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School Board's regular School $522 964, a $56,000 the financialand bus driver examinations, pre-
ThursdayAugii the increase over last -Approved school physicals, athletic
meeting Monday night, yearStarke
for the
cost
1976-77
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physicals; primary care and
board approved a proposed
County Road ElementarySchool school yaer presented by
, further development in the
tentative 1977-73 budget of
I Hearing $560,300, a $60,000 increase business manager Eddie health curriculum.
Lake City approximately SSt million. over last year. Douglas which showed an Rubin explained that no

3p.m., Nrt r,7 7( A The board also approved a -Brooker ElementarySchoo unappropriated fund balanceof matter what the Income, any-
request for advertising a $175,513 a $41,000 increase $485,500 as of June 30, the these services

public hearing on the budget, over last year, official end of the school year. would' given them.
Friday Aug., to be held at 7:30: p.m. August -Bradford High School
-Voted to increase the cost Rubin also said most of
29 and decided to hold a work $1,066,015, a $59,000 increaseover
of a lunch for grades K-8 from these services would be avail-
Pop Warner session on the budget on last year.Lawtey 40 cents to 50 cents, to make able to the schools whether or

Football -...- _...- Tuesday, Aug. 23.at 5:30: p.m. ElementarySchool reduced lunches 20 cents to not they give him the $12,000
Pratt St. Cantor The board approved a 6.4 $288,538, a $50,000 increase continue the no cost lunches he has asked of the school

I p.m. WIND DAMAGES HOME millage levy and advertisingand over last year and to keep the lunch cost for board, but, he explained, with
when In
Mrs.Margaret Norman had her living room. rearranged. heavy winds blew a picture a public hearing on Aug. -Bradford Middle' School grades 9-12 at the present 60 ,the extra money, another
window 29 for the rate. The rate set is $689,803, a $110,000 increaseover cents. nurse would be hired to further t

Monday,Aug. 22 gush through the open picture and told Whitehead the roof of the minimum that can be last year. This was done due to a guarantee a nurse being
antennas and awnings were Total for each individualcost
f levied by the school( order to
blown down. window soaking her carpet, the cooler unit had been center is still to- $55,000 built up in the reserve ready to respond to a call at
Francis SIIlt'a.m. be eligible for state funds subject lunch school fund which all times there
as
furniture and tapes. The glass riooed awav and bent back. Casey are
One resident, Bob Paterson. the county's planned workshop
under the Florida Education
The main house recommended should not be occasions when all the nurses
said the high winds lasted ripped the drapes. The force is some 235 : this Tuesday and to the
Finance Program.
MS about three minutes and thatit of the wind blew the doors off yards from the chicken public hearing scheduled for enlarged. are out on call in the county.
Lawtey Budget Total estimated revenues, said the Board member Pat
rained 35-40 minutes. Green the stereo cabinet. houses, with a large cornfield 29.The Casey hlghschool
7:30p.m. about obstructing the view betweenthe remittances, transfers, Aug. lunch prices will remain the Spongier said $10,000 was set
"storm" struck estimated is
said the revenue
he and After the force of the wind two places.Whitehead receipts and balance amountto same as there will be an aside in the proposed budgetfor
the best of federal direct
3:45 p.m., died down. Mrs. Norman got a $5,690,901 with the expendi- made up attempt to "get quality health, and she moved to
Tuesday Aug. 23 Paterson could determine. tures amounting to $5,688, 597 funds amounting to $38,600, Rubin's .
blanket and "tried to keep and his Ion better. There will still be the accept proposal.
There was apparently At more theWhitehead's some of it out" but was unableto Jerry, went to the chicken for 197778. This leaves a state sources amounting to usual three lunch periods Casey agreed, saying the'
Norman's.
: Lawtty Brooker rain at the keep the blanket up to the houses and with their hands balance of $1,304.Expenditures $4,176,583 and local sources school with a little over 200 students amount "would be

Hampton damage winds. was window. bent the tin sheets back over for fiscal year made up of district able to be fed at each sitting. appropriate,',' but board h
Land Use'He"II'1II mainly from high Mrs. Norman has never to cover the roof of the cooler. 1977-78 include:. taxes, tuition and interest from member A.N. Holliday asked
proposal .
Chief Green said from his seen a tornado. Her description They placed logs on the out -School Board of Bradford amounting to $908,789 for a Dr.-Approved Jeffrey a Rubin of the the board to accept the ;

7:10 p.m. investigation there were two of the time immediately side edge to keep,the tin down. County, $69,882, an increase of total of transfers$5,123,977.from The In- Health Dept. to expand the proposal;;' but leave the

small tornadoes, or two paths prior to the window blowing in about $20,000 over last year. coming special services the health department amount of money to be allotedthe
funds
amount to
School Board of high winds.'> Green said it was that it was very quiet, no Inside the cooler Whitehead -The Superintendentsoffice revenue already has available to health department to be

BudgetWorkshop was impossible to say from wind no rain then the wind found water dripping from, the $115,102, a drop 15000. decided at the budget hearing.The ':,

1 reports if there actually were burst upon them all of a plaster roof onto the cooler amounting to $121.000 from From the beginning of the Council parking, drives and: :

5:30p.m. tornadoes.At sudden. floor Insulation between the last year.Operations. year balance, there was a Postpones paving projects were given

plaster ceiling and the tin was maintenanceand $68,758 reserve for final approval by the board '
any rate, Green said, the Action On BudgetTown '
I I debris In the area seemed to Damage outside the soaked thoroughly, he said. transportation in the encumbrances and $485,SOS In and will cost an estimated' .'
Wednesday.Aug. 24County two different Norman home included schools, $172,282, a $5,000 In- unappropriated fund balance Auditor Pat $58,000. Casey recommended; V.
follow
t shingles ripped off, TV crease. giving the board the granstotal this be sent to Tallahassee for
directions, leading him to Green gave Whitehead an Farnsworth had checked the ;
Budget think there may have been antenna blown over, and a estimate of $5,000 for repair -Fiscal Control of the of $5,690,901 to spend. budget and told the council the approval and then come back,
Hearing' schools, to the board where bids will be
$94,852
two small tornadoes. heavy dog house was blown work but J.B. said he didn't a $1,000 drop figures balanced but the
lp.m. from the back of the house to figure it to be that much from last yearCUrriculum, The board's expendituresfor council of John Allen, Ted opened up for it on Aug. 29 at 7

Margaret (Mrs. E.L.) the edge of the woods behind unless the insulation and and. l instruc 1977-78 has a $404,433 sec- Curtis and A.C. Dennison delayed p.m. The budget hearing will ,

cm -... Norman and daughter their house, about 40 to 50 plaster had to be ,replaced. ion $150,783, an $18,000 drop tion on projects which Include accepting the budget take place shortly after at 7:30.

Margaret Ann were home at yards.. from last year. fencing, walkways, surfacing, until councilmen Hank Lott' p.m. \
fl1 t 'Community(!! the time of the storm. They At his farm, a mile west Area residents last week -The Vocational Technical paving, buses, key punch, and Eugene Taylor had a Casey! recommended,, '

8 tatr dank were In a back room. Mrs. down SR-235 from SR-229,J.B. were awaiting visits by Insurance Center $881,933, a $100,000 Increase maintenance supplies the chance to see it. renovations of the high school
,t Norman came to the front Whitehead was on the porch of adjusters to determine over last year. $6,000 allocated to CUBn due cafeteria., auditorium, and "t

__'......iq. mL.na. Right before she got to his brick home. It was raining just how much damage they Hampton .Elementary to l losses during the April fire .The council moved to accept gymnasium be moved high on r
t, .T.lio.ooo kr I the living room she heard a and strong winds were had{ sustained from the wind School $ a $30,000 In- at the RJE school, roofing and bids for trimming' trees on.city the boards project'prIOrity /.

........ De-" _e-' "terrific roaring noise" When blowing. Whitehead went and rain starch., crea re over, last year. $10,000 allocation for health.! property. listy.'f I! )

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Darlene! Hobbs, at 7 p.m. in the First United and groom, immediate

dauj!...erof Mr. and Mrs. J.C Methodist Church in the familes, Rev. and Mrs. (jtaJyiWIooly .S Jitor 964-7608
HOODS, of Starke, and Gerald presence of the immediate friends.Harper, and a few close t.ity t

Brown, Jr., son of Mr. and Families. r
Mrs. Gerald L. Brown, Sr of Rev. George Harper Chasteen
Starke were united in performed the double ring The buffet table 'was Thressa Jones and Ajidrew$ Williams Connie ;

I marriage Friday, August 12, ceremony.The covered with a white linen Carl Riherd
couple Is residing in cloth and centered with an
Wed July 29 at Washington; Springs
Macclenny where Mr. Brownis arrangement of yellow and '
Wed
McClanes Host employed with the Sands' while daisies and baby's ", .' "\ I ITo Aug, 20

\ Chevrolet Co. Mrs. Brown will breath.The wedding cake was 411"i" Miss Thressa Carol Jones,
OutOfTownGuests to the University of ., : Miss Connie Chasteen
return decorated with yellow rose : : of Mr. and Mrs. and
i in to finish ," 0'. V'e. daughter Riherd will
Florida September buds. \\. "" Bobby Jones of Brooker, and Carl be united in
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Saturday her senior year.Following Assisting in serving the ': ,. Andrew Robert Williams, son marriage Saturday, August
the wedding Mr. approximately 25 guests were ....otj. of Mr. and Mrs. Robert !20( at 8 p.m. In the First
Mrs. Hichard Hobbs, Mrs. Baptist Church of Starke with
and Mrs. Huston and Mrs. Hobbs gave a buffet Williams of Worthington
Mr.
McClane entertained at Open dinner party at their home on Jimmy Hobbs and Mrs. Springs, were united in the wedding reception fol--

House Saturday night Church street for the bride Wilbur Barry.9ersonald' ,:.;:. ;f marriage Friday, July 29, in lowing the ceremony at the'Woman'
Club of Starke.
Sardis Church
Baptist ,
honoring Mrs their IIG overnight Cisne of Leslie Oladell Worthington Springs, with ; All friends and relatives are
guests, r- E =-- -"" -" Invited to attend.Baptist .
T.H. Waters preformingthe
Rev.
Urbana, III. and Mrs. Jack
Scanlan of Lorraine, Ohio. James CrosbYJr.To nuptials.
Mrs. Cisne and Mrs. Mrs. Lila Caldwell spent Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones and The bride chose for her Youth

Scanlan will be rememberedas last week with her sister, Mrs. son. Phil, sang on TV channel Wed Oct. 1 wedding dress a long A-line ,
the former Ruth and Lillian Esma Yongue in Fairfield. 20, Gainesville on Sunday appearing white crepe gown with scoop ''Attend CampAt
Stern berg, who lived in Starke on the Jenkins Boys neckline and white lace
I with their parents. Mr. and Mr. and !Mrs. L.C. Smith, program which is aired from 8 Mr.and Mrs. Mario Oladell, trimming.
I Mrs. Nut Sternberg, approximately who have moved from to 8:30: every Sunday evening.The Jr. of St. Augustine announcethe Janine Willingham attendedas Harmony Bay
. 25 years ago. Vidalia. Ga to Winter Jones family will also engagement and approaching maid of honor. I'' I

: The refreshment table was Springs. Fla., and Mrs. Lorie appear on a program at Pine marriage of their Ralph Seay served as best,, Eleven First Baptist Youth
covered with an Army and Phares of Winter Park were Grove Baptist Church, daughter, Leslie Dianne, to man. Zed Hamilton was ''attended Harmony Bay Youth
Navy cloth over deep rose weekend guests of their Gainesville, on August 27 at James Vernon Crosby, Jr., usher. Music Camp near Panama
" linen and centered with a mother !Mrs. Henry O'Hara. 7:30: p.m. son of Mr. and Mrs. James The bride is a graduate of II'A City, August 8 13.
' porcelain kneeling doll container Vernon Crosby, Sr. of Starke. Bradford High School. Mr. Those attending from
'I with o pink and rose Mrs. Hobert Cantrell of Sonny Loudon left The wedding will be, an Williams graduated from Starke were Pam Pratt,
fruit arrangement. Jacksonville was Sunday Wednesday for Salt Lake City, event of October 1 In St. Union County High School. Karen Kimbril, Esther
I Approximately 30 guests visitor of her brother-in-law Utah to begin his junior yearat Augustine. The couple is residing in Pearson, Michelle and Mark

: called between the hours 5 and and sister Mr. and Mrs. Brigham Young University. New River.Crosby. ;:Sapp, Cindy VanEek, Denny

8 p.m. Hobert Green. ,George, Alisa and Melanie
Sunday morning Bill Jimmy Prevatt leaves Reunion Morris: Karen and Sandra
I Graham was host to Mr. and I Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gruen Friday for his treshman year ;JJ Yo.JrlDW Chitty and Robbie Pierce.
Mrs. McClane and their and family spent the weekend at Livingston University, Melanie was chosen honor girl
I guests at breakfast at the with !Mr and Mrs. Marion Livingston Ala. Mr. and Mrs. 'Mack August 21 camper of the week.

I Branding I Iron Harrington at Ormond Beach. Williams, Mrs. Harold Lake ButlerThe Mrs. Margie Pratt Mrs.
I Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Godwin and children, Jay and At \ Joan Chitty and Mrs. Debra
I Richardson of Marion, Ala. Jana, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank ... 'Alvarez served as deans of

I. An invitation is extended to you to were Saturday to Tuesday Williams attended the funeralof annual family reunion ;:'Mr and Mrs. Andrew Williams girls and counselors. Bill
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.G. of the descendents of the late
attend an informative meeting and Mrs. V.E. Williamson in George and Greg Alvarez
Loudon. Waycross, Ga. last Phillip A. and Clarissa M. were bus drivers.Shannon .
Open House at Sf.Mark's Day School, on Wednesday and also visitedMr. Bragg Crosby of Brooker will Connie

Wednesday, August 24th at 7:30 p.m. and: Mrs. Charles be held this Sunday, Aug. 21, Chasteen Entertained
Mrs. Breon Morse of Vivian, McQuaig in Waycross.Mrs. at the Lake Butler Community ,
Martha Jean Weldon Director of St. La. and Mrs L.G. Teutsch of Center. At Three PartiesMiss HicksCelebrates

; Mark's will give a short talk followed by Oral City, La. were guests last J.W. Ritch and The Crosby's had 16

question and session. The week of Mrs. L.N. Pickering. daughter, Mrs. Tommy Johnsof children. Five children are Connie Chasteen, Riherd of Lake Butler.
a answer
Macclenny, visited Mrs. still living: Claude of West- whose marriage to Carl The hostesses presented the
School classrooms will be open for you Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hitch's sister Mrs. A.M. connet area of Jacksonville; Riherd will be ,an event of honoree with a casserole dishto 4th BirthdayShannon

to visit. We hope will attend. Mitchell have returned from Moore, in a hospital in Eugene of Brooker; GertrudeC. August 20, was' honored at her chosen china pattern as
I you two weeks' vacation in the Waycross, Ga. on Saturday. Waters of Dundee; Sidney three parties in the past week. a memento of the occasion. Hicks celebratedhis
The Board of St. Mark's Day School New England states. Mrs. Moore had a )leg May C. Mott and Beatrice C. On Thursday, (August 11, a fourth birthday Tuesday
Futch of Gainesville. The
amputated. Coca-Cola was given for r '"
I party afternoon, August 9, at a party
I deceased children are: Clara
Miss Chasteen by Mrs. H.C.
at McDonalds Restaurant
The River Club in
Bell C. Dukes, Robert G.
,
Ritch H.M. Richarde
Mrs. ,
'given his 'dr. and
Jacksonville was the settingfor by parents
Truman Seaborn, Ben T., Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and Mrs.
Glenn Hicks.
Mrs.
; a lovely luncheon Monday
I Ardell, Avery, Hugh Butler T.H. Slade at the home of the
.. and
The Ann
Raggedy Andy
--:1-: / Crosby Nancy C. Gainey and given for Miss Chasteen by
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latter. .
r" Lillie F. Crosby. Mrs. S G. Denmark and Mrs. theme was carried out in the
Guests were greeted at the

: : r ; : : O o\r\ \ \\ The August reunion of is held each annuallyin year. door presented by Mrs.them Sinclair to the, who receiving centered H.H.The Adams.four dining with bud tables vases were decorations.prizes After the several eight children games with and

X492.Jci1.teA' Friends of the families are In-
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\ line composed of the
i : : : ) : : V UtCC' vited to come. Family and honoree, her mother, Mrs. place holding cards rose buds.marked Bridal the parents and enjoyed cake. hamburgers.Cokes .

: friends are reminded to bring J.R. Chasteen, and mother of seating arrangement for the Among the guests wasShannon's
a covered dish. Further
the prospective'groom, Mrs.
<' 4I information be obtainedby 16 guests. Among the guests greal-grandmother
,r may Joyce Riherd. Each was pre Mrs. J.R. Chasteen and Mrs. Myrtle
t o ei AI were
I o t 1 I calling. Crosby ((964- sented with a :corsage and of Starke.
Mrs. Joyce Riherd mother Baumgartner
I 5074)) or Marilyn Vellenga
Miss Chasteen was also given and
I .' ((964-7624)) both of Starke or the boat to her chosen prospective motherinlaw -
gravy the honoree.
of
,. Mrs. Donald (Janet) Carter of
casual china as a memento of The hostesses Heidi
Raiford (431-1462)) or Philip the occasion. presentedMiss SappCelebrates
: Nichols ((473-4707)) Keystone Mrs. Slade invited the Chasteen with a carna-
J I tion corsage and a cookbookas
Heights. guests into the! dining room a memento of the occasion.
where the refreshment table
; p was covered with a beautiful 1st BirthdayHeidi
I + a white linen cutwork cloth and

.' centered with arrangementof ;
Several couples from the a culture of white coral ;JJjo.J; / now Nickole daughter of,
Charles P. Sapp
I t Strawberry Swingers went to interspersed with day lilies. Mr.and Mrs.
I a square dance in Tallahassee This was flanked by two white Jr. of Lawtey celebrated her

i ... Saturday night where four ceramic doves., CocaColaswere Mrs. L.W. Strickland of first birthday lawn Saturday.
at
13 a party
couples earned their August
served from a crystal Wildwood is visiting her
I II Knothead Badges (i.e. to where the Raggedy Ann
bowl Mrs. A.Y. sister Mrs. W.H.
by Covington. Hart, and
carried in the
out
travel 100 miles to a dance and theme was
Caring for the guests were family for a week.
back in one night). Attendingwere decorations.
Mrs. Jack Trawick, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Ritch and Mrs. Richarde.Approximately Heidi and her guests were
Rardon, Col.! and Mrs. H.M. served Raggedy Ann cake, ice
Hatcher, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. called during the hours SO( guests 11 and Mr. and Mrs. Jan Douglas of cream and punch.
Larry Bruner, Mr. and Mrs. o'clock. Hattiesburg Miss and Miss
John Greene Rev. and Mrs. 12 Deanne Douglas of Starkville,
John Flynn and Mr. and Mrs. Miss. were weekend guests of ltu'l .II. (tatUn
Bob Ferguson. Dr. and Mrs. H.G. Bollinger. /Birthday, Aug.21
Tuesday, August 16, Miss Mrs. W.R. Gdtlm. Sr. of

i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chasteen was complimentedat Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and Starke will host a surprise
I Beasley of Haines City were a lumcheon at the Garden daughter, Betsy of Starke. birthday dinner for her husband ; -
1! Thursday to Saturday guestsof Restaurant given by Mrs. Mrs. W.H. Edwards! and Russell Sunday, Aug. 21.
U Mrs. O.L. Beasley and Mrs. A.Y Covington Miss Della daughter Susan of Kingsley at their home on Edwards Rd.
J.W. Kincaid. Rosenberg, Mrs. Jack Lake, and Jimmy and Terry
I( Trawick and Miss Lillian Yawn of Gainesville attendedthe

Mrs. J.H..Fields has had as Stump. last Thursday afternoon

= Staunch and True! visitors Mrs. Mary Bates and Mrs. Trawick greeted the graduation of Dianne Yawn 1 ffioitafi .
l three. grandchildren of guests at the door and and Cynthia Edwards from
standing in the'receiving' line Santa Fe Junior College.
Phelps, N.Y. recently and Mr.
I and Mrs. Robert Tanner of were Miss Chasteen Mrs. Miss Debbie Mitchell will
Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Chasteen and Mrs. Joyce Local admittances to return Friday after doing missionary
American
-= Colong Charles Fields of Jacksonvilleon Riherd Bradford County Hospital this work with Southern
Sunday.Dr. The luncheon table was week include: Mrs. Zella Baptist Churches in Chicago
centered with arrangementsof Frederick, Mrs. Mildred Ill, for the summer.

and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen roses and mixed summer Sapp Mrs. Veda Fuquay,

: ... in Mellow Hand-hewn Oak Finish and son, Michael, returned flowers. Bridal place cards Mrs.! Sue May, Mrs. Inez Carlton Faulk has returnedto \
marked the seating arrange- Mrs.
Davis Lollie
j
King,
Friday from a 25 day vacationin his senior year at Troy
ment for the 20( guests. Among Charles
Germany, Austria and Bryant, Mrs. Dorothy State College.
Italy. the' guests were Mrs. J.R. Harris Scott Salazar, Eugene
)s Chasteen and daughter, Tina, Edwards, Donna
i r 4PC. SUIT OF GENEROUS PROPORTIONS Daugherty Miss Martell Johns of
Mrs. A.J. of Miami, Mrs.! Joyce Riherdof Mrs. Lois Newmans,
Barry, son, Drew, Jacksonville spent the
2jO III WITH MAR AND STAIN-RESISTANT PLASTIC and daughter, Adrienne returned Starke, Mrs.! Carl A. Doke Augustus Frame and Mrs. weekend with her grandparents
and Miss Pam Doke of
Nina Wade
of Starke
from Mrs.
Sunday ten days ; Mr. and !Mrs. Maxie
,ir TOPS, INTRODUCTORY PRICED AT ONLY vacation in Washington, D.C. Alachua and Mrs. Paul M. Eunice Lindsey of Melrose; Carter, Sr.
and Mrs. Iryna Iwanciw of

Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Jacksonare

s rI Triple Dresser, Mirror, MANof Mr. and !Mrs. visiting her parents. !Mr.
$ Butch Smith of
M -I 1 I i'' 34995 and Mrs. Stanley Merrill in
\ ;,: 5-Drawer Chest and Bed....... Houston, Texas visited his Melbourne Sunday to
the aunt, Mrs. J.E. Wilson last Thursday.Mrs. .

Borrow a touch of the past and put "it in your 'living,, now' Her is Friday.Mr. .

.4l -ray a handsome country-look in bedrooms that is equally at home in Fred Guy of
.
and !Mrs.
Warren
,-%' the city, Designed. 'for lasting\ appeal with strong uncluttered MONTH Winkler Gainesville spent the first of
are
;:: '' lines, '0 perfectly accent the deep graining and rich) oak "finish' 1'' week In London vacationing this the week at the Adkins' homeon
England.
it'r. _.,:=-' All cases hare dove-tailed and center-guided drawers. See this f Kingsley Lake and visited

'fantastic bedroom value today and look at companion open stock for Mrs. Mary Wall and!Mr. and friends in Starke.

i r ; ,i pieces now priced at similar savIngs' Night table '49>< extra. !Mrs. Craig Watkins and Mrs. W.F. Herlong has had as
I- -- children of Jacksonville were .
j"f JULYJOHN guests Mrs. Roy Layfield, Mr.
.' r_ .;::; OUR TERMS LET YOU ENJOY IT NOWI last Thursday visitors of Mrs. and Mrs. Eddie Mikovisky
J.E. Wilson.
Tf*-r- and sons and Mrs. Betty
Herring and son of Belle
I ffl !Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wigginsof Glade
E. WATSON and Mr. and Mrs. F.V
Smalr, f.J.ital. D..I Bachelor Chnq It's A Fact You Can Do Better At Fairburn. Ga. visited his Herlong of
I Jacksonville on
47.18,31'H. .. '1C9 30I8.3I'H......., 89"Larar parents, Mr. and'Mrs. Orie Sunday and Mr. and Mrs.

March Smoll Hutch. ...<:,; ,. Wiggins on Tuesday and I W.H.
Field Steinmeyer of Jackson-
I > .' Representative
rrlo.as'H...... 69 30.10.4S.H..54. .: \, Wednesday. ville
on Monday.
tI:.. > 1 i

''' ,:::-.,. .. LLOYD O. ANDGRSOH/ CUJ AND ASSOOATES TUB BRADFORD Maxie Carter, Sr.and Oscar

I .. ;:=-JdEii RR' r ;iiJlT Rf: -::...:= 601 N. MarjxJa I Avenue I I Published COUNTY every TELEGRAPH Thursday Carter Springs after three returned Ark. weeks last Thursday in Hot

f, )J, Orlando 643-2760 at 138 W.Call Street :

Starke.Florida 32091 Mr. Thomas
and Mrs.
I AGENTS FOR Madden of
Waverly, Tenn. are
Second Class
postage paid
,
spending a week with their
r
GUARDIAN LIFE INSURANCE I COMPANY a'Star'e! ,FloridaSubscription son-in-law and daughter, Mt.

Rateii and Mrs. R.GJ Little They:
OF AMERICALIFEPENSIOMHEALTH6ROUP In trade : brought back their grandsons,

'. I 1.\I I W I nil-ion _. :year; 14 areai$7per fix month Steven and David Little who
had been :
visiting them for '
1'10",1' nth, ,I-."lt.7: ",mrl.r) f fur, iduti week. Michelle Madden will
Outside trade area! $8peryear return with her .rtera
parent*
I
; 14.50 si* months week with the Littles. |

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Smokey Lectures On Fire _
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t a Prevention To End Summer le


I '14 Reading For ChildrenThe t '


Children's summer children's program! Book '' +
reading!! program for 1977 at Trek to Other Worls. Puppet r :_
thepublic wiih shows flannel r .
library ended a films, board r
Grr! Grr' stories, wood carving iind _
magic shows were just a few .
ji
A shaggy( brown bear in hat of the activities held this yearto +j.
and trousers, alias Smokey promote summer reading ,
r
closed the program with a "Bradford" I the pull'iclibrary's r
brief talk forest fire '?
on
robot \\'IISon
in /a 4 0
prevention and a film on drawing of all book trekkers!
Friday July 29. Every child present. by Eddie; Teniiiint. 1.Y .
present was given a "Smokeythe Jr., 9, son of Air. mid Mrs, !
Bear" pin. Edward G. Tenmint
This ended the six weeks of Preschool r
story time
adventure and fun in the
resumed Monday, Aug. 9 at 10 5T4
I a.m. and will be held the _

Pigs Hold Up second Tuesday of every -;'

Florida State month at the same time. '..\ puppet Know at the! Bradford Public Library captures! the
Institution Employee, Prison Employees Brooker Children from the age of 4 attention of all the children with the exception of one lilllr gill ,
through 6 years old are who Is more! Interested In the photographer.The \ .
I.aw ley Correctional Institution employees who have just Florida Slate Prison Employees and invited. Stories, records, films puppet show Wednesday. July 27, was put on b l > .VngelaKpps ( I
participated theOorrectlonal Training Institute at Raiford are Council Meeting more will be presented; .: and Tina Hest. with the help of:Mrs. Lorraine.Smith.!
(11-1'1) : Wallace Taylor and Sharon Norman. Florida State Prison employees who have just participated in the activities i last approximately -
the Correctional Training Institute at Raiford are (1-1'1>: David K. "Otis will be here as soon as ::10) minutes. -- -.- .
!Lehr, M.J. McGowan Raymond Blye and Bradford D. Phillips.
he rounds up his pigs Somt.thinfishy/ will Ingoing '
Corrections Officers GraduateThe announced Marshal KennethTwiss on in the public libriron : \ ll
after making some August 29 at ::1:111:: p.m. Thi- j jTo
Department of Offender the promise of a modern Starke Nursing HomeSummertime quick calls to round up a full feature length movie "1 In-
Rehabilitation has announced correctional system. quorum for a Brooker city Incredible Mr. l.iinpot" will -
thiit Florida State Prison The participants will con- council meeting last Thursday be !showing free ut t the put lie'
employees, Kamond Blye. tinue their training with an has brought volunteer, Violet Cain. Violet night Aug. 11. library for) all JIHI-.S.( Come sec facilitate parallel parking try if possible to see the
David It. Lehr Michael J. additional 160 hours taught by many visitors to the Starke spends each Wednesday after. True to his word, Tetstone full color the transformation car's' reflection in a store window. It shows you where I
:McGovcrn; and Bradford I). regional instructors, on an in- Nursing Home. noon grooming the ladies'! hair arrived' 20 minutes late, of a man into a fish. the rear of your car is going.
Phillips, and l. iwtcy Correctional service basis, at the various Among those visiting from This .service is greatly apologized\ ) for being late and
Institution employees correctional. I facilities located out of town were: Mrs. Jackie appreciated. tor his appearance, and the
!Sharon :Norman' and Wallace throughout Florida. Kelly Lynn and Billy Elgin Employee: of the Month meeting got started.
Ta. .>lor. recently participated South Carolina, visiting Mr. We salute Mrs. Viola Brew- "Did you catch your pigs The Steak Man
in the 'orrectinal and Mrs Wilmer Holtzendorffor Otis?" Twiss asked.
I Training Focus On Women ton as our "Employee of the
Institute at Haiford. a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Month." Viola has been with "No, six of them are still out

This is the lath;; CTI group toenroll Courses Offered Percy Carlton of Atlantic the Starke Nursing Home four there somewhere," Tetstone Has Cone Bananas
in the minimum stan- Beach, visited Lois Clarke years this month. She has replied, switching from bring ( ,yAt )

, danllI'lIrriculum. which is required During Fall'77 Mrs. Virgil Threlkeld, been married twentynineyears home the bacon to seeing howit ____
11w law The Training Middleburg visited Mr. and has five lovely was spent as the council got /"
Institute program( is !taught in Term At SFCC Threlkeld and brought him a"Huge" grandchildren. She says down to working on the ;. ./.,. .,. "
conjunction with Luke City birthday cake for all cooking is her hobby. Viola budget. I!'"#' "),,
Community College. The "Focus On Women" coursesare the residents to enjoy on his attends New Bethel Baptist Councilman George Pierce 'J: 11:1': .''wi' <
J<((1'udlllllesl'arn nine semester being offered during the birthday July 29. Becky Church where she is a choir and Steve Nipper were pre "".. .,'f .
credits lor successfully completing Fall '77 Term at Santa Fe Bowers of Keystone Heights member and serves .on the sent at 7:30: p.m. when the J'fff' 'l ,. !";/' ''-
tin lull time 1MI; 1 hour Community College. Many of and Terry York of Orlando, Usher Board. Viola works on meeting was called, but three oo:.'" ,.""',,,, ." .
course.The the courses may be taken visited their .grandmotherMrs. the 7-3 shift. are needed! to make a quorum. Ij"; #.>: "
program( includes either as an elective or for re Lillian Bridges. Mr. We want to say "Thank Quick calls to round up a 1,', =
instructions in the Criminal college credit. While Cleveland Sullivan was You" to this very kind and quorum found Councilman ,4 "! ; I
,JII"tll'l'-i. .'slem, Legal! Aspects those teaching the courses Sunday dinner guest of Mr. gentle person. Zoltan Jacobs was at church ii\\
ol ( orn'I I Ions. Operational I have indicated they will focus Percy Sullivan at the July birthdays were: Mary and councilman C.J. Stal- ..
Procedures Principles of.supervision. on women's concerns and Branding Iron. Miss llarden- Johns the 13th and Virgil naker was not at home. r q
Human Relation needs! all Santa Fe studentsare brook Orange Park, visited Threlkeld the 29th. August
und'I'echntcal'1'raming( Skills invited to attend the Mrs. Agnes Snead Sunday.She birthdays are: Christianna HR' 2) J
which includes Firearms, classes. Examples of a few of brought along her youth Moore the 12th: Cleveland ( ; Banana Split Sale :
choir and blessedthe
Fil'Iotill mid Fire Fighting the courses are: Biology and they really Sullivan the 17th and Mattye
residents. lona Anderson
t'l-lnnques. Human Values (emphasis on Kept ins tall the 23rd.
The Correctional Training women and biology) ; enjoyed a cookout Beach Sunday at We want to welcome our Friday & Saturday Only
St. with
Instituteuis certified) by the Marriage and the Family; Augustine Mr. new residents: Ethel Tidwell,
and Mrs. Millard Jordan of
Florida Coirettlon.il Standards Music Appreciation Hampton: Lillian Bridges
Council i i'SCI l in :'olin-. i emphasis on women l awtey. Avon Park; Frank France, Reg. 80' OnlyPOWELLSDAIRYFREEZE 49'
would like
We to
197\ ((. us a training center for composers and performers): say a big Melrose, and Ana Cardenas .;
"Thank You" to faithful
correctioiuiI personnel. The and Women. and Society. a Lake Geneva. .
I Council I was empowered by SKCC has also scheduledtwo !
The United
tin- Legislature inIi.J 1!, to courses to accommodate Household Stale produces
Hintsby
establish minimum standards I those students who cannot more candy than any
other in the .
lor t the certification I of attend\ several times a week. country world
: correctional' olficcrs and The course Women. in Literature Mary S.."earta'our'ounly."tt'n51011 QUESTION: I've been World Book Encyclopedia re

training centers. The is being offered on \ sewing for years with no ports. About $1,320,000,000 1212 N, Temple 964.6567
Home Economics Agent worth of
. curriculum CII' training. is designed Tuesday mornings during the trouble. Lately I have all candy is sold each
.1 i. QUESTION: : What are "socalled" year in the U.S.
kinds of trouble. What have at wholesale.
to intensity thl'.t Fall Term and the basic
.t exposure ol the olficer and to course. Principles in natural foods? (Mrs. you done to the thread? (Mrs.

:i develop him \prolcssinnull; It\ :Mathematics, is being taught C.C.ISSWIR: Natural foods .8.1)
IS ant mp.ilr l that I the training on Thursday l mornings. A ANSWKH: Actually, whatwe
II' gtaunadlhelpmutetaahizeObituary student can enroll in either of are food produced by nature have done is to producenew ;' 0 ti c :.vier 'IR
and are eaten without -
any
these courses and earn three treatment other than washingor threads specifically for YOUR( PHI'EST'StORE
VAN H
semester hours of credit. hulling. They are use with today's new fabrics '; .
Plans are also underway to and today's more
necessarily organicallygrown.
accommodate the sophisticated machines
children of
is
There
the women( students. intrinsically safe nothing about Learning these new products how to cope should with not Is Ready For BACK TO SCHOOL
:Mrs. :M.irgie Underhill nature. Toxicants occur
[During the Winter Term the be considered any more of a
:Mrs :Margie1clae\ : "Focus. On Women" programis naturally in foods such as problem than learning how to
fndcrhill.Wi.cliod in Bradford offering a course w hick may mushrooms, almonds, and use the washing machine, the AgainThis
C County Hospital ut noon he taken at home via one'sown spinach. Concentration rather automatic arive... on a car, or
\\t-dnosd.iy, August I", alter :II television set. than mere presence of a sub other modern invention Is The 52nd Year
any
!lengthy): illness .Eligibility: for admission to stance is responsible. for the that makes life easier.
Funeral/ !services were' incomplete t the credit courses is based on toxic properties of many
\\cdnesdax pending high school graduation or foods. Food from your gardenor QUESTION: What do food And The Assortment Is The Best Yet !

notification nl several !grand- being 19 years of age and the commercial farm is additives do? (Mrs. V.B.)
fhidrcn who.. are out III'siall" older. Classes for Fall credit basically safe.Cll'tSTIOS ,\SS\\En: Enhance flavor
this week Archer-Tanner courses begin September 7, : : What are food and
"examples are spices
Funeral I lame III' Slurke is in Application and registration additives? (Mrs. J.TANSUKIt .> natural and synthetic flavors. CHECK THESE SPECIAL BUYSPACKAGE
charge of arrangements should be completed before ,: : Food additivesare Stabilize and thicken -
:?Mrs l t Cndcrhill is the widowof substance added to
this date. In order to take any any Starch, pectin: gelatin, gum
the 1IIe.1111'1' I'mlt-rhill.( a ol the Community Education foods to perform one or more arabic, agar and methyl
lormw Itradlord County courses an individual simply specific functions. cellulose are among those
farmer ;unit caltli>nian. !She is needs lo apply, register and used
survived 1 b> two sloh'rslrs.: pay. fees on the published UI'F.STIOV.: : Why .is my Neutralize; or alter! acidity OF 3 WRITE RIGHT
<;iul\s I F.du.irds: and Mrs.: dales. Community Education jelly too soft? ( Mrs. T.T.I) or alkalinity quality
Il.i/C'l !P.iulk. and nnc son. classes begin! October :i. AVSUKKi Too soft jelly is production of baked goods, BIC
lick t ndcrhill nil ol !StarkeerbonaEJ caused by too much juice in soil drinks, and confectionery

For flit her mlornulion call the mixture or too little inquires this.I'revenhon. : FILLER
lr, Ann Bromley) at SFCC\ sugar, or the mixture is not oxidation and SCHOOL SPECIAL \tI ,
:377.311I I I acid enough. or you made loo spoilage' People have long 'I 300 Count
BALL POINT PENS t
p big a hatch at one lime You used. salt, sugar, vinegar, -
might try improving. the jelly heal, freezing, smoke, and 11f
: by re-conking/ it. Jelly might spices prevent or delay foodspoilage. 2 Medium points, $ 100 88
|he sirupy because of too little 3PKGS. -. For
Mr .ind :.Mrs Ken 1(11\\ 1,11111 pectin acid or sugar.( Or a Modern. science has 1 Fine point per pack I ,;
cod I :Mr iiinl :Mrs t i \\illi.nu developed preservatives suchas
Caitrr iind, lamely. spent last !great excess of sugar. sodium and calcium tGGE

week in (duplex and SI

icorgr's,: N.md 10 PENCILSTO 3 RING BINDERWith


Hrr.il! Donna gl'anlllllulhl'rII'I.'I'hllrnlull'isill'd: her. Itaf: : ([IlUI1(! ( (!] qcGLGLLLE'CCtti

\l 1,11'1111IIUl'I': in Jiiiksim'ville Ask PACKAGE Handle Complete With Filler
1.Io1cc'k: ( (!: :J: ( ( C;

Charley 2 Packages Paper Subject Index And Zip Kit

I Kli/iihelli: HIM ell spent last THE a
week with her )grandmother.: E. 0 Value'
Mrs \I'Ie'IIl' How el I. m $ -100 $298
EAR For For
.Jacksonville.i John PIERCING 4.6 V

:Mr. and :Mrs Huh I Dulls utJacksonville >''A careless act can cause

t 1'h'lI11'' : and another person to lose hit SPECIALISTwill
:Mrs It J Knnri: last.. F'ridIynight dight..hiii masculinity..and
READY TO WEAR
): result In a law suit for "

$100,000 or more. The be at 'rl ARRANGER
:Mr. iind :Mrs. Gerald;
\lIrmanisitl'l :Mr. and :Mrs..vViirren usual (10,000 personal BOYS AND GIRLS '' J'l
Johns in ,Jacksimxilli, liability policy la no longer '

Sunday adequate.. Can the Charley GEM JEWELRY .* DRESSES, JEANS, POLYESTER I IIBy I

E. Johns Agency Increase: .
.,
:Mr. and :Mrs. I Lunar Sbawiind _
PANTS PANT TOPS. HOSE : : 1
:
Comprehensive
sons have returned from my 2 Days Only Aug. 19 & 20. 1977 ,( Write Right Spiral
lea dil\,,' cruise to the Albai'it Personal Liability toSIOOOOO..evea SOCKS, POCKET BOOKS ';r//
Islands: in the Itt ha 1110$. SI, OIOOOfor PIERCING V Composition Book
FOR THE GIRLS : 1 <
just a few dollar more. .
'K.I.. : premium ;. I 60 Count
: Matthews.I I t ,
uccomuiinicd by his sister. FREEWith \
:Mrs. II Mi-Lendnn.: und Charley E. t SHIRTS, JEANS DRESS PANTS.I' 1.1 \' With

':land\Irs., :MiirthnIMHT.spent List \I'I'kllh, of :Mail- JOHNS AGENCY Purchase Of Our, Starter 1 BELTS FOR THE BOYS '. \\ 2 File Pockets

Mrs.: l I.ila :-ihil.I. her cottagein .
131 S. WALNUT
ST.
(.('1'1011.1'=\ STARKE Earrings At Only .
PHONE 964-5070 17 \ COMPLETE LINE OF UNDERWEAR i L\) r \ 66 I


WE WANTGOOD $500 FOR GIRLS AND BOYS ,J ...- =.

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USED SURPLUS RESTAURANT EQUIPMENTOF Babies To Crandm.othersGEM '

MOST KINDS CONTACT US

AND OH YES WE HAVE THE BEST DEAL JEWELRY VAN H.PRIEST COMPANY

FOR YOU WITH NEW & USED RESTAURANT
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Page TELEGRAPH August IS, 1MT


,1. 600 Carolina Guardsmen At BlandingMore '



BRADFORD COUNTY than 600 South B. Rodgers of Columbia, SC'j ratings from'' U.S. Army Enlisted in August ((this J:

Carolina National Guardsmen Is Battalion Commander and evaluators during the annual month) were: SP9 Roger'J

are staging annual training: MaJ. E.L. Bailes III of training at Camp Blanding. Arnold, SP4 Jimmy Lavender,

at Camp Blanding, near Walhalla, S.C., is Battalion Military leaders viewing the SP4 George Hamilton, PVl

BOARD Starke, during the Aug. 6-20 Executive Officer. training included MaJ. Gen. Ernest E. Tanner, PVl Irvin
SCHOOL period. Robert L. McCrady S.C. J. Frasier, PVl Linda'''

During the two week Adjutant General; Maj.{ Gen. Holland, PVl Randy Shelton, I

The Guardsmen are training period the units are John N. Brandenburg, and PVl Jimmie Tyson.
members of the Second
participating In field exer- Commander Army
1977-78 Battalion, 263rd Air Defense'Artillery cises, with firing by the tanks Readiness, Region III; Ma.

I ,which consists of M- focused on ground and radio- Gen. Nicholas J. Del Torto,
;. 42 tanks equipped with twin controlled air targets. Night Commander. 26th Infantry YANKEE INGENUITY: The .

40-millimeter guns. Units of' firing also is included in the Division; and Brig Gen. T. first patent granted an American .

the Battalion are located in .training. Eston Marchant, Troop invention was for a

' Anderson Clemson, Seneca The Second Battalion has Command 251st Support scythe-grinding machine in

\ District Summary Budget and Easley, S.C. Lt. Col. John consistently received superior Center, Columbia S.C. Massachusetts in 1645. I



V APaymentsCan Be Deposited Directly In Bank I



Pursuant to the provisions of Section 237.081 of the Florida Statutes
Almost five million eliminate worry over lost or credited to tehir' accounts test. 8,720 individuals chose
notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held by the'! School Americans 232,406 of themin stolen benefits checks and will each month. the checkless deposit system.

Board of Bradford County Florida the hours of 7 p.m. on August 29, Florida can now enjoy also result in an initial annual The account can be In a By -the second month of the H

one more benefit of the savings to the nation's bank or a credit union or test participation had nearly

1977, at the County School Board Budget of said county for the fiscal computer age having their taxpayers of $1.3 million. savings and loan association doubled, to a total of 16,835

which is Veterans Administration The new program is part of holding a state or federal recipients.Blackwell. I
30 1978 budget
1 1977 and ending June
year beginning July compensation or pension payments VA's participation in a sophis- charter. said veterans or

summarized on these pages. A detailed and itemized copy of the budgetcan depositedelectronically ticated computer system VA's Blackwell said a their survivors who elect to

in their bank called Electronic Funds recent test of the Electronic participate in the new
Office in the County
from the Superintendent's
be obtained savings and loan or credit Transfer. Funds Transfer system program can have their first

Administration Building. union accounts. Beginning August 1 among compensation and benefit payment deposited

1 William R. Blackwell. veterans or survivors 01 pension recipients In Georgiaand automatically as early as

\ Director of VA's Regional veterans receiving VA Florida demonstrated October 1.Blackwell.

The millage levy required to participate in the Florida Education Office in St. Petersburg, said compensation or pension acceptance of the newprogram. urged eligible
today the agency's newest checks can ask to have the veterans or survivors of

, \ Finance Program is 6.4 mills. 'The millage levy proposed for current \ service to veterans will payment automatically In the .initial month of the Veterans who have questions

I operating purposes is 6.4 mills. 'i- concerning contact their the new nearest programto VA

Arthur Gaskins, Chairman office or call on the Regional
DISTRICT SUMMARY BUDGET
I Office's toil free lines. The toll
I
School Board of Bradford County free number from Gainesvilleto

Thomas L. Casey Superintendent ,. the 51. Petersburg Regional
Office is 376-5266. If you do not
Assessment And Tax Levies
Bradford Schools :
County __ reside in one of the areas

1 1I 1. ........ 01 V.I., .1 Propurtl I. Inn ,I.I.o. ..x.. tbu I .rrnOn listed above you may still
1I I Cel.trl (Proptp. ........., ,Irop.,.'el7 '.11I., .. 111118)') 116' :t telephone TOLL FREE to the
I 'I..\iu.L'J.: '! I VA Regional Office by
c.) N.-1I 111'5.017.00 (lo) Dlotrlrt Iehnol
..... .J.o- 6.4 dialing: 18002828821.
I I (CO) 1.0t (.. ',,) .0, (b' rrpttal, I.3r.rornt 'I. : -
GENERAL FUND SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS Tan .- .. +=-0. -
C.) 10_1 .0- (.J Intrrea ..MMdlelmLl Youth
) t Methodist
I 000).t

Estimated Revenue Estimated- Revenue TOTAL "ILU Collect $413.94

ACGrl'N71331 ACCOU1rr Recapitulation Of District Summary Budget:
/ D6IC1" Jt. Fro, ",. D'.FOT, ""';""U I CancerSociety
..d.... I....... Cvrrcnt .......... 171' __r.--1b0CX00! ....d .tart 130IAI.T.U o v 1 1.1/dl. AI I'x'X'4..1 Ian
I'.I' ; Clrll I Mlehtt Art TlCI. IV 110Ind.Chlnu. 1030, V'LOII I TAX LVIII 1317I( 1114.1.74 M7' hl'9 1'716
... Ir2 =.Jj :; I1M 111MproNnaw
.1. P'om. 00700 .. and heat didn't
bplolrnt ...,.... Mt (etTA) 170Co.nnllp 71 Rain stop
"Action Prolrw 110POIISL the Methodist Youth last
40417 3CLIVID T..C". TH' IfATII. Nr7C 111 0.t _.
I V".I" ld.....tlon ..... 2171 Saturday as they, went on to
I "....... Dol.... ..v...... Mt 210' 307no collect $413.94 for the
I rM" .& 2.'90.OL "."'AI. W4lY,, IRcu.m 7X3001H"" Till UTAT11Yucot American Cancer Society,
I, Lnul .......0. runts 201
I C..h....... ....1.Tro'.'., Mt CtTA) 270Ylu.vnl III ( C.n Pu bringing the Bradford County
..." &OICdb. .. ... 2
I rood.. .d....... ......1 P...,.. 310 7,471.Ie9.00 Mlult. .Ir.1.and rdneallon e1ond rp buts Mt 211C.rnttr 240 Chapter over the $4,920 goal,
... .. 711 .,. "to rr
for the
Inatrv1 l1 l Xt1 UZ collecting $4,94995&
coil. ........1. (., ...1.1........ 1.p.n.. "I '.4".0.1.. 111mI.YnNll.al' fdueU. ....ion..bll."Mt...(4PIA... 201 the amount
C..p.Mn.tr. H..l.h ........... 717 Nell.n.1 I.ho.l Lunen At 260 2317. "" 10,07. FSD4 409.010 (11 A RIO Oh) RI 7 107 137 47 year largest ever
I' ... 1e"1. Mt 732 ..d..., TI".h ..... 210CO collected by Bradford County
IIO Ltr 'hool Propro6 ltd Certification
..........1 hlld support NMN 1711n.uurtlun.1 for the Cancer Society.
........... puns 7)e 44.519.82 ,nt" ...,.r,I.
Pain. Coonl..... ...... 741 S0.000.00 : 270tat. 4.000.00
I ...... Fund 1421tat. 1.-1 'hl--ryhrul 1 certify that thin .. copy of the Dletriec Sieuury ..d.nt approved end r.roraeu. In tht> Mrs Oleeta Hardenbrookwas
i I L...... T.. 34" 10.O00.UO ."....I..r that. Boerd end. that it .. In compliance with F... U'.14CI. director of the youth
!1ad.nt:: Uw.loprnt S.r...... 751 r.c-AOl.ol 114 SI M4INCI9ITr.n.p.tntl.l group road block

.. u k. I 32.000.u A-0O Innrto,'(. I.c1IdIN .Pro/1t.an 1..t.3t. 470 41. )( Youth working in the road
-,--,..r 1_.__.. ..... Clfl. Grnntr, and I 3l U
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1.3001! O_ rod Aervlro, 400 at. '7'11 '" DISTRICT wPu1NrcNlrrN' '100"IT.n $ Eoline
block
......... ... Mut..1. 757 '.'00.00 were Green
Nelson Green, Diane Crews
LOCAL 40IRCISI, 473117A3118' ID91 UII7NS 500
D....... .h..l T.... Ill 114.2".00 Kevin Miller, Jay Eaves
OP noKlDA." OUAJmttirT or KOUCATIOM"" "" TALLAHASSKIOf
..... .
F. .1I 1NO1/117' TMN POI Vicki
Carver Carver.
Terry
Tultlen .20 ...'u.gjI", .... Cv.....4 puts 110 t. 010 00I
1.l 425 :0.001.00 .... C.p1I.1, ..0J.1t. ru... 430In1.ru3. Doug Reddish Christie
I Ineld14 ltof It e4 ,.......... 4)17 bn4.red.. .P.r...UIM. Redding Tammie Denton.
11 .1.04' ,
"....11.-. Loc" ......... 490
OlIo" C1.N911IL4N44" 4UUIA1IUNIII After the collecting was
71044 1'.0 3EVO0t AID TIMIr1IITITM 6U. "' "
McDonald's donated
IIVLIJ6. 5.111,'05.2'D.ITT. over.

."" "' .eVt. r '''' '' 6.M4u1.'::rvAuT,:31/1XIU4W110ro.r: ; : : ::AII I "i"" 1110 117;, hamburgers and coke for

Tro..po........ 510 On,' .'r''I..d' Vlld ...... ....L 27.0... "'7 Xl 13* -. workers.
I at7<
0.10.0 .n1. 120 'MA'' 17 nn MIANCI. ii.AL 02IMcDNINO
r
"" T......... I.II 11 1..IINA7rf. ."" .M.... .""n_... TKAOPDIIv I
D.bt lent pry. 420 MI. 001131, 670.78.11'7I :'
I C.pt.1 / :). ...... 610Pr. CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS
I 330.4.1 ....... Fund. Indtr.ct c... 640 10.000.00NON

Estimated Revenue, Transfers And Balances

MIVIMII. IICt1ITN1 TS 0 .... 10ft ,... ".. un ,""
8.) of 11tH AxxrtA u.

I toTAl UTI..nD 11tvTI0n. A01ItTANCI, .. TM4SPW 6 .n.PT'. 5.1".30'.02 R..orr.U0.Ppreprl.t fnr ::: : ::.:... I ; ; .. Ac000T TITIS ACCT TOTAL OO6DS CIC POI 700 IOtD1 COIL''. 01R1 111 .
1 tot.) IuM ) 05. LI.?.12 I 4.... (old) _nLlvc.c1
601."a At 431100134' O. 17.31.
....... ror ....-....... 2610 6.."..,. k. 20
1 tIr. t. Diot ct
U L.3TOTAL rop r 1.1 N'
'NO OAUUIC' _ _",_.,_,'.1T a..U_ a. 1d P.d m
OEd....
TOTAL tlTlHATfO HeVtKUIS" _En..CU. "" ...... ""ClEFT* 1.701.730.71 .... D1.t Co I rn .a
I AND BALANCE 0nt 101104102 0. on .. .
82 .f 10

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS toh.. .. tI 0

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$ IIIC 776X41413.Fr. .
Appropriations .. .001.012 I. 610 :.:
Po b. ....... Fundy 610Pro.
.TiAlAI.S PL2LAC01IMTACCOUM 5,11... R....... F.nd. 6,40STIItATID ,

TIn CCT TOTAL 'Al.UlES PLO\fI PCRC..Ei 6 CAPITAL 1mI. OF squn. 6 ;'.
!cooa IDfEIITS STOVICU SUPPLfU OInIAT WU4t Ll-r 10. .
:
.00 00 300 400 700 REv2r1': : AID TM.S.:
I AT 1101024130 0I 10A4'
N TRI N v RM.r..d for ncu.br.0 IS 2610OMPPr.pr1.tN

up'oat u .Po..1 O.Vlcts'Pv Sent. 6100 ". ,... NO ..... NO .... nn I / 977 lad ...... 'L I9! 5U.72IJ.46 U7.996.U 104.786.00 292,947.7) : .
In..1 0.41. S.nlu. 6200
0(41. UTIIATU UV :0JZ. "FUS :
In.1ructlo I Cuutcu .. D... 6 00 WADCE$ 6U.22'7.18 1"711.8' 166.70 292,947,77 :
...". Iona S.f Tr .In 6400
Board .f TAuculon 7100
C.or" M.lnl.traISc, /7U0lchool ."
MIIn1.1ra1. 'tan" 'JOO GENERAL FUND
F.cU't! At). L Cerfc. 400
"... ........ 00
Food 50,..... laOO Appropriations
Central ....".. 1U0run.
.. 1600.ration
otutlun .vl. XAI41 WIAC09EIl.0c000tf .
Snot... 29MflnlluMC. 00 TIna 1ACC'1 TOTAL IAJ.UIII DOWTU l'UICIIUGI 6 CAPitAL onua 00 IQPT 6
.
S.rrlc. 100C..It COD lantl IUI010 lJPPLIU 001141 lilt Lila oas
::; ::
S.rvlr c. 910nAL I IUP".T 100 100 )00 300 600 700
tnsTlutnoM Any.
S.CU 6008O.6.. ))8020.J"I: 68.1\0'.67 20,276.47 210 '''6.711 13.18')8 I I'TTAJICU III T1WCT 011 V C
".C.,..
9.001Ar5FEI5. : .. ..... 6' 173..7' U7.HJ.66 U.2U.11 12.7. 1.8n.DO '.000.DO
I c.r .
T. c..1. Pond! 19 vn 00 96 72.493,4k 7.343,47 0,240.00 6.3470.00 Q00o. _
TO It" Po ..ct.UTAL ,". ,
1(4(0 0
.
1o. : WarrAoo 0 !HI

MP40Pt1ATlONI. 3C1I7ANCfTAAMSUS .
6'10,830.69' 4d.
Wtr
... .. A( WAMCU:
:.
d..rr. r.nwrr 2020
....... 0' Indln C..4 .. 610 n 71r
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"'f'OP': : :I 1luNMO: WAnCC71: 2710 1".111 n. .rrr

0'10.. 5 1.'d 2710 Ho. .. rv 020FAL .
al 815C6'.10 6 FIND" ..: 1.90d.10OTAL t rv

5 Apr.II: LITTMCES.rt 7'I. "St1WCtlOI1...,.... AJIIISUPPOIIT ,,569219.2 ,,'7",010.41 591 9n.14 411.023. "01. .nnA.U 'A >on.. 1H.. ..

IIDOI Af 9itYBFtUI

........ Pu.d. 979o ...-"
DEBT SERVICE FUNDS
C. 1.. ro n I r 1.7AL .


Balances 4PPIOFtM1102f. NL'9.iMCI 40711 ....,.....on. For 0.. ..... 600 6 900 net ... .POI:',.l by PIO..t .n 32020 1J 6 (Ie.i. >.
Estimated Revenues, Transfers And --i.-....: 7 602 '18.n T". :O'" .blvn tota). eW ........ .. 1.t41i '. Irv D 11 6 6..... b. a. .,........ .".

.., 361.2414 41(0 IAA3 Ul '
1 11 1 f" 5' 11' :;
p.8.1,. 101 thv.,00ry 1.3.r0 .
ONLACCOCIT OK 6 41111 SPECIAL ALT SLCTIOM .64101 VEMICL4 3111613 1T1il&"m( ) .
toTAL o
TITL! co D 00105 BO'.0I 27. f .S :" ))100hw Fnd 3.1. 71
M108.g4 Y 1.0 d ....bl. Property n014 r01u. UL.o pri,64.d vAL '. ..P
I f Lev .. n. 21.10 ror .I. u.." 01.1.1 .
roil J4CZ1IDs Inn.. APP.. OTMITFMICII.TIA48. .
: r butts to Cav..Uu. 121 .0101 Im01 0101 -lID .. 375. 6 IALlOt
v 2 ...... ".aaa m ::
Coot o uuln....M 2' ..m. ...... mW and uoc .' ,
n ._U'O '..d. 41 0m 6.001wutt6sl ..
LOCAL CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND

T.... (1)7.1 A6 .. Ma..at
01. Plat rtlt. 410"' 7.6.6 737M 01102 %A 7W Appropriations
..... .lud& r0 1 ....,... 4)
O.hU Local_Source.1MCONINO 110 no no 140 no 160 : ;:

0 n.ra ttANSrlul Puts elo ... .. 21.55L.21 ACCOUNT TIna TOTAL 0068 COO MM ill 10951 COli .776.11 :' .
rw C241861 'ro ..' .nd 710nt..fuM I-- mat (old) N./
n.bt ..,., Onl 6)0

:foacu.: : ': :i'
.1. _70_ I tIWr E:

S!.AT IICINNL:".or 1 _, .. ?
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1c (Jo) ,171 '7AL "' '' u .." _. ..

..... m'IAno ALY 1PAY1. 1 ..........,.S .. ". ,... ou... NO ,., ... .. .. ... ... .,.,." ." .. ,
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XPLrD. 6 COIL SPICML ; IOC 731.71 D' HlIlPlJln: ) 1 a .;
toTAL .m SAl 7 / il? 4fI 1n:: = ...1.- re lt 4o ..
',' V bItf .
I 1 :
I RM6tt4o1NETT. ::, 8271 167 172.6' t 10' 000.00 2'.972.6' 10,000.00In. ".
I. ..... 2 t :
i// Du. ... .... 3211000.00 lem I ;
'( APP10PIl ATI044nrLL
.. t IP79)01) ft. ;.
L... "tI. I :
) and 79) ..
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r.04: -rL.I. !WS': 1ru i". 1 L1 404.)81.10 I 709.215.59) -0'P 481:66: U4:66': :., pvsAL Y-- ..T...... .....'.fUS. .n.m.Jot. 15l.fM.b I. 166.7111.00 i m.",." :tii:

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City OfStarke Committee To Study Rewriting ;r. ba.L .w's

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Revamping the City of ment would more than offset fee. Schaefer said if costs Orange and Adkins Streets. "I offered the city 64 available -Accepted the resignationof appreciation to Wiggins, who present cars expires Nov. 15, I
Starke's garbage collection the loss of revenue Warren proved too much the city can't blame those people for dwelling units if 64 owners veteran city official One served 14 years on the city Bowen said.
ordinance as suggested said. might even ask Miss Rahn to ," said CommissionerWilbur could be found willing to rent Wiggins from the board of council and is a former chair.
by Councilman Joe Warren, help out with the cost which Waters. The council at $64 per month for a 2 bed- bond trustees. Wiggins who man of the council and mayor.
got off the ground Tuesday In other action: could climb as high as $15,000 agreed the vo-tech employees room house. Wilson termed recently had a leg amputated ; ;Ji >
night when Mayor Charles -Agreed with a committee Ira lift station is required. The should abide by the city the program unrealistic wrote the council he cannot Voted, at Police Chief
Schaefer accepted Warren's recommendation against council was to seek an opinion ordinance pertaining to trash. asking how the city could tindsuch get around enough to attend Jimmy Bowen's request, to
proposal to appoint a commi-- allowing a mobile home to be from vacationing Streets housing with rental the meetings. Mayor Schaefer allow the Police Departmentto
ttee to study the situation. located) at 700 Lafayette Supt. S.R. Hicks on whetherthe -Assured Councilman property as scarce as it is Instructed that a letter be ask for bids on leasing new
Warren Street. M.J. Falco, speaking line will flow by gravity. Warren the city Is in compliance \? written expressing: the city's police cars. Leases on the Eagles mate for life and return I
.and Commissioner for his brother-in-law George with the competitive bids to the same nest every year.
Harold Epps were appointed Randall, said the city zoning -Agreed to repay John rules under the second phaseof --
to study a new garbage board had refused Randall's Torode the $4,216 it cost to the 201 planning grant
ordinance. City Attorney application before hearing the pave' a portion of Andrews which amounts to $690,000. f
George Pierce and Streets situation. Falco said several Street by Sept. 30, 1978. Attorney George Pierce
Superintendent S.R. Hicks retired members of his family Torode offered to have the explained that bids on
were named ex-officio wish to locate together in work done now if the city construction under the grant
members of the committee.At retirement. The council would repay the cost, and the. will be asked under a scheduleset
pointed out it isn't In a position city took him up on the offer. up by city engineers.
the August 2 meeting to act at present because of
Warren said, he had alerted imminent public hearings on -Agreeu to work with the -Received word that the Announcing
the council to some of the adoption of a new compre county In any way possible to county and state have each
problems of the garbage hensive land use plan for the replace the Myrtle Street approved the city's proposed R New service
department which comes city. bridge. Replacement of the comorehensive use plan.
under Supt. Hicks. Residentsused bridge has been a problem for
to haul away large items, -Agreed to investigate months, but the city is more -Took no action on a state
such as old stoves and extending sewer lines 310 feet hopeful on getting it replaced proposal tor the city to hire an '"
refrigerators, themselves, eastward to a residence being since the county has agreed to administrator to oversee) a
Warren said. But since the built at 1698 East Call Street county offered a local Section 8 federal housing
new pollution rules they have by Miss Myra Lou Rahn. The railroad tanker car for: a cul- program to aid the elderly and
been uncertain how to disposeof sewer and water lines vert, but the council said that disabled.Under the programthe
such items. Therefore the presently end at the Buddy won't work according to federal government ATTENTIONPete
burden has fallen on the city, Bishop residence. Miss Rahn reports by the City's S.R. acting through the state, HARRY GREEN
Warren said."There offered to pay for the pipe and Hicks and County Road would subsidize rent to provide
the labor for) laying it if the Foreman Loen Ellington. decent housing for the
are appliances city would waive the $720 elderly and disabled. No BartonIs
scattered all over this town" sewer tap and impact fee. -Instructed Clerk Merrill building program would be AUTO PARTS
Warren said. "People think Mayor Charles Schaefer Edwards to write School Supt. included; the program? would Now Associated With Us
the city is supposed haul explained the city is obligated Tom Casey in protest of the depend on existing housing.
them off and residents are under the 201 planning grant debris (ice boxes old motors, 320 E. Call St. As Shop Foreman .
piling such items beside the to extend sewer lines up to and refrigerators etc.) which Chamber of Commerce
streets." 8,000 feet outside the city vo-tech center employeesleave Executive Bill Wilson,visitingthe 964-8011:
limits, but cannot waive the at the intersection of meeting; said the state API ,
Warren asked lor a AWe
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problem and "spell it out" to 0Yl Are EquippedTo ru"
residents how to dispose of the

clear items.it The is not council contemplating made it Nip'pY 'Vn Do Machine Shop

hauling off
appliances for .
commercial customers."If l Work On
in Starke
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trash it takes ordinance a new, then garbageand I'm TWOB1TXALEEvery iY'NEW A StUIJ: r BRAKE DRUMS '-

for it," Warren stated empha- DISC. ROTORS
tically. The present garbage FROZEN DAIRY DESSERT --k '
ordinance is antiquated and I I HEAD WORK L.OJj\\
Monday Tuesday.
meaningless in today's situation 70 CALORIES THAT TASTE LIKE A MILLION
Warren said and FLYWHEELS r
attorney Pierce nodded his IOOHHUPPY" DAYS MENU 6-PACKS .STRAWBERRYPINTS '
head in agreement. BAeLE' > HAMBURGER..2S. CHOCOLATE STARTERSGENERATORS

Warren whose seat is up fora FRENCH FRIES..,..................25' CUPS aflBX. VANILLA I
vote in the upcoming Sept. 13 WORLDS f
election, also suggested that GREATEST DQ SHAKE...............25' ALTERNATORS

an incentive is needed to have DQ SUNDAE.........................25' RE-BORING .INSTALL CAM BEARINGS
residents package their irJ> PRESS PISTONS PRESS AXLE BEARINGS
urbiige( neatly and leave it on
Breakfast For Taste
the curb. As an incentive Every M.r"
Warren proposed a reductionof Saved Daily, From 6 AM 10 11 A K'EJJJ : i

$1 per month to residentswho Ham, Bacon. Sausage, Hashbrown, FOP All Your Auto Parts find
bring their gargage to the Gritt ft Bntttrnik! Biscuits TO CaloiMl Po 3. Fl I O* CYo
curb. That would mean a $4
per month garbage fee rather Machine Shop Work
than $5.The Dairy 'Queen

savings in time and 1401 N. Temple Ave Starke Fla. 964.7478 Come To Harry Green Auto Parts

effort by the Garbage Depart.



14l S 111 West, Call St. Starke a.. ....




OUT OF BUSINESS





NOW IN PROGRESS

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EVERYTHING
Itn'sLEISURE -

"- Tables Of Merchandise '
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COATS Short Sleeve LONG Reduced
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", -r'#a,\ .< SLEEVE ,.--' 4O% To 75 % And More -'
Reduced Aaaln DRESSSHIRTS ,'I.i/ / ; r, ,

$790 I i"DRESS ,'
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ALL NEW 1977
SHIRTS : ,. ,.I'
ALL
ReducedApaln
w TIES & $ r I FALL MERCHANDISE '
: Reduced Again ;
\$690 I :
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Has BeenREDUCED '
r BELTS Yr
r ., !1 i $590 Il ; 1 .. 3tf

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;+ 'i nIc$390/ GOLD CUPSOCKS LJ j r. GOWNS For Your And Savings Going Fasttff t.// tot j'I' S

ALLBRAS
_., Makers Like Ailoen
5 MEN'S '.as iFr Reduced & I'I
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,y DRESS GIRDLES Boffin Knit it i

t Bobbie Brooks f

SLACKS. SPECIAL GROUP /3 off Many More t ';I1(!


Values To 16" ALL MEN'SHATS
MEN'S TENNIS SHOES M" }
$690 t Ladloes Are selling I II
Now
BOY'S TENNIS. t

I SHOES =Zoo / Fast ; ,' .
"16" To 22'* Values I'r:' : I

f MEN'S CAPS : i Hurry, Down Before Your .

tla Nod $1 090 R1 alnd i 1" ... ,g : Size Is So Id. '' '


LEVIS Men's Pre Wash, .V Irj- Bey'S Values$39ir : ; DRis 8-12

1.-' Reduced Again V A r PULLOVER .. SLACKS

Straight JEANS $ 1Q90MEN'S "r \ ,
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L>f < SHIRTs.vauesTa11.\\fA/ RedUCed.490 ,
fl I oy'. \ \ Again '


$1 00 i.,c: ': SHOES. IHANESREDUCED'UNBERWMen's III \\h:;: li\ i *4" I,1.- I : BOY'S- PREP SIZE 25-30 REDUCED .

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FLAIRS er's NEDSj Reduced O tf% f
BACKTOSCHOOLSAVIN6S II' \ \ \:,\ v K Q U
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u NEW SAVINGS EVERY DAY .- SUN NEW FALL MERCHANDISE IS ARRIVING DAILY""
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City Will Offer i- -- --- -. --- 1 Winning Cross Country'fakes





Art And SportsThis Miles Of WorkWhile



Fall the Starke Tuesday nights while the 4 f nv always seems shorter than country has been Increasedfrom
Retreads Department will women will meet on Thursday + f most people might just running in a straight 1V4 to 2 miles this year, a
tend to think of
cross
countryas change that Linda thinks will
nights in the of the old line Merri said.
gym ,
offer for both the
something j a fall sport for three Brad- with Merrl. be an asset for her.
athlete and the artist. armory. ford County girls it has turned Cindy agreed
: Flag Football tops the list of The leagues, which are opento into year-round lob. "I like to run in town be- "I know from track last

activities for Full with a anyone over 16, will have Cindy Griffith, Linda cause" you see people when you year that when I'd run the

men's league, girl's league, their organizational meeting Richardson and Merri run, Cindy said.mind the mile I'd be nervous but when I
and mixed on September 6 at the armory. "You get your on
boy's league a two miles I'd be more
scheduled Women will meet at 7 p.m Ormsbee will be running for people and not on your bodY ran
league relaxed I'm just more
,
t and the men will meet at 8 the Tornado Girls Cross and how bad it might feel/ with the longer comfortable

A league for boys 10-12 will p.lII. country team this fall but Merri added. distance," Linda said.
play on Tuesdays ands Anyone interested informing r.t their training for this season Linda, however, prefers the A
Thursdays at Pratt Street a team or getting on a started just after the state countryside to the city streets. Merri and Linda also agreed
team should attend the meet that ended the '76 "I like to get away from
while for
a league boys 13.15 when I Linda that this year they'll be under
run,
meeting. season. people
will and :
play Monday
more
pressure
said, I run and dream at the
Wednesday at Westside Park Tennis classes for women "We all ran after the season same time," she added. "You need at least two good
will be held on Tuesday ended in November to stay in While the biggest part of years to have any chance of
A league for boys 79 and mornings from 912. The shape for track season which their training comes from getting a college scholarship.We .
girls 7-10 will play on Mondayand classes are scheduled to start started In January, then after running the girls also are involved have more pressure on us
Wednesday at Pratt September 13 and last for 10 \; ts track ended In May we started ) in other activities that because we're seniors, it's
Street field.Girls training again for the fall," them in shape. now or never for us," Merri.
11-15 will have a weeks. The class is limited toa Merri said.Training. help keep said '
with
works out
league!; that plays Tuesday and maximum of 10 students. Merri times week in "We want to do so good, so
three
Thursday at Westside Park. Call the recreation depart- for distance weights a tennis bad, it's going to be hard to
-- addition to ,
ment at 964-6792 for running is no piece of cake playing keep under control," Linda
The men's league, for men information. even under ideal conditionsbut swimming and playing said.
18 and over, will have an with the temperature in Softball.
organizational meeting Repousse', the art of raiseddecoupage' Merri Ormsbee, Linda Richardson and Cindy Griffith of the Lady Tornadoes Cross Country the 90's and the hot summersun Linda plays tennis in the While the girls' have been
'I Thursday, September 1, at 7 will be taught team have worked all year round getting ready for the upcoming season. beating down, running becomes summer while Cindy swims working mainly on distancethis
p,in. in the old armory this fall at the old armory. even more difficult but and rides her bike. Cindy also summer they said when
Anyone interested in having a still the girls keep running. got a lot of exercise this actual team practice starts
team, or interested in getting There will be a Monday State Raises Camp FeesAn Linda runs 2',4 to 3 miles a summer when she worked in August 22, they'll also be
i \ on a team should attend! the night class from 7-10 or a day, Cindy runs 6 to 6/4 miles tobacco."I working at shorter distances;
J t meeting Wednesday morning class daily while Merri runs did a lot of heavy lifting "We'll be running halves

\ from 9.12.Students. increase in camping fees camp for the base fee and can Cook noted. He also between 8 and 12 miles every working in the tobacco fields and work on varying our'
"
Information on Leagues for in Florida's state parks from exceed the maximum numberof reportedthat this summer, Cindy speed," Cindy said.
I girls and boys will be passedout must be at least 16. $3.50 to $4 a night will eo( into he charges for primitive day.Merri explained.One While most of the summer
at school. For more A minimum of eight studentsis effect Oct. 1, Harmon Shields, persons per campsite, youth camping for groups says she likes variety aspect of training that work has been on an indi-t
information call the recreation required to form a class. executive director of the said.Fees for extra such as Boy and Girls Scouts in her running courses so she all three girls found most vidual basis Linda said the,
department at 904-6792 The class will last six weeks. Department of Natural cars at a will be increased from 25 has about eight different difficult was getting mentallyin
will be
Men's and women's volley For information call the Resources, announced today. campsite from 50 cents to increased cents to 50 cents a person courses she runs that vary shape. team's success will rely on
$1
nightly,
ball leagues are scheduledthis recreation department at 964- Shields said fees will be increased nightly. between a straight away on "Thats the hardest part for team work.
Fall. '1'he men will play on 6792. to$S for parks in the Griffis Loop to a course that me,"Merri said, "I don't havea "I have to want Cindy or
Florida Keys. twists and winds throughtown. strategy for the firstirace," Merri to do well just as much,
The executive director said she added. as I want myself to do well,'?
II Pop Warner OrganizingJohn higher operating costs and a "Going through town The distance for girls cross Linda said. :

legislative mandate that state --
parks increase charges in
Koch, a representative oriented atmosphere. order to be more self-
from Jacksonville Pop Pop Warner also sustaining make the higher is o
Warner football, will be in specifically tries to keep the fees necessary. lie noted, 3
Starke Friday at 8 p.m. at the players free from J pressure of however, that the $1 chargefor
Pratt Street Recreation any adults' ambitions and use of electricity at the !

Center to discuss the personal glory. campsites will remain the BY NEIL CRAWFORD
organization of a Pop Warner j, In order the play football same for the present.
team in :Starke.i -; > during the season players Explaining the$5 charge for
i must maintain passing the three parks in the Florida In behalf of the club I would Bryan, Donald Spencer, Jon
I I Pop Warner is tackle football t- grades. Each year the Keys, Shields said operatingcosts like to extend a welcome to Thompson,Don Brown, Julian
: for boys I 11-13) ) and is the National Association gives are much higher in the two new members, Donald McRae and Pat Welch.'

ladle organization for junior $1,000 scholarships for the south Florida area. He said Spencer and Donnie Evans I told you about this fellow
I football in the U.S, boys and cheerleaders.The parks affected are John These two new Bassmastersare Donald Spencer, after his first fir
The c organization lists Jacksonville Pop Pennekamp Coral Reef State capable of outsmartingthose tournament he holds down r ,
sportsmanship and scholarship Warner League is presently Park, Key Largo; Long Key black bass, so I'm sure second place. Donnie Evans is '
as its two main objectives gathering football equipmentfor State Recreation Area, Long you will hear more about them tough too so all you older bass is
I and it is designed to teach the luture Starke football Key; and Bahia Honda State later in the season, good luck. hookers had better tighten
I play era football fundamentals lea in. Recreation Area, south of Bassmasters held their your drag.
e> mill allow players a chance to 1'or further I information call Marathon.An August tournament at Bassmaster Classic will
play in a !supervised safety 9!M>4 5787 annual camping permit Dunnellon Backwater be held Aug. 27 at the
'I available only to Florida Saturday Aug 13. Dunnellon Backwaters. The
__ citizens also will be increased, I'm sorry I had to miss this classic consists of the top 12
( going from $75 to$100 startingJan. one because the club landed Bassmasters The top six fish
I T 277 Ibs. of black bass, a club for prizes,while the second six
1, according to Shields.
At Coach Hurse's command these Tornado griddr go airborne in the opening practice' for 1177.
for the
ride and for
He said the permits are sold record go along )
"Within Your annually at the first of each Eddy Bryan and Don Brown saftey J
II year and are effective from said the going was slow until it The top six are: Harold
Means Now Jan. 1 to Dec. 31. rained. The rain almost blew Branham, Earl Muse, Don Football Starts Smooth1yBradford
Other changes in camping them out of the county but Thompson W.T. Smith, Norm *
charges and regulations were when it stopped, and cooled l Phillips and Pat Welch.
I 'i Peace Of Mind explained by James Cook, down the fish began to bite. The Bassmaster who comesin High football got and who won't,'; Hurse said. .
he did his homeworK
first at the end of 12 month summer ;
Earl Muse and Harold
chief of Park Operations for off to a smooth first day of Hurse,unlike some coaches, '
I for the 77
the Department's Division of Branham said they never ly tournaments is auto practice but Coach David doesn't make the first season including a
practices
clinic from Bill Yeomen of the
Always. could locate the fish, but matically Bassmaster of the
Recreation and Parks. He Eddy Hurse said the team is goingto the hardest but
said the maximum number of Bryan found a hot spot, right Year.In have a long three weeks gradually builds the University of Houston: the inventor
behalf of the up of the Veer, the offense)
club I would
under Earl's boat
covered by the basic ahead of them
campers getting ready amount of work practice.
per
the Tornadoes.
used
fee at a campsite has been reduced Eddy was trying to show like to congratulate Harold for the jamboree. by
,4c ft e r Jannergt4neralJIome from 10 to four persons Earl and Harold what bait to Branham for winning this "We' bring them along
"
"All other campers up to eight use; he convinced: them. honor for the 76-77 season. Thirty-six players attendedthe slowly because the muscles While Hurse may be-
persons allowed at each site At 8 p.m. all boats returnedto Harold worked hard for this, first day practice, which aren't ready for the kind of worried about experienced
US 301 South Starke, Fla will be charged $1 each," he the landing for the weighinand he had to over take a tough included a morning skull work we'll demand from players at several positions
reported Edwin Johns was de- Earl Muse who finished a session and an afternoon one area he says he has no'

Serving Bradford & Surrounding Counties Cook said exceptions for the clared the winner. close second. workout on the practice field. them," Hurse said. "During worries>s is at manager., *

Modern Facility. $1 a person fee will be made Edwin fished with Pat Earl says he will have to the second week we'll be "Our all "'
Complete Hurse said the purpose
deluxe
players reported -
for all familes with minor Welch as a guest and prospective learn more about Dunnellon, working to maximum," he '
Serving All Faiths dependants (under 18 years member. Edwin also and also figure out a methodto back in fair condition added. up returns manager, Kelvin Cruger,
old). "These families can landed the largest fish of the keep Eddy Bryan from from the Summer break and with the for his "final season
fishing under his boat. he estimated about 85 per cent Big Red Hurse said-?
"Our Goal Is To Be WorthyOf JV Footbull day.In behalf of the club I would The 76.77 season was a of the players had worked out Hurse said during the with a wink,

like to congratulate Edwin good year overall! for the during the Summer,

Your Confidence"Funerals Starts Monday Johns, Eddy Bryan and Bassmasters, but we are "Our inexperience if ;.
.
Donald expecting to make the 77-78 - - - - -
Spencer for an I outstanding '.
Anyone interested in goingout obvious, Hurse said, "Our
at Dunellon.As season even better
day
964-5757 Monuments for the ninth grade or JV See all 12 at the most obvious weakness is on
August kicked off the you top '
football offensive line, he added.
should
meet at the
new it's good to see classic Aug 27, 7 a.m. sharp. CW6d.4L7 f. IIJiLWdiV.jWELL
year
field house The Tornadoes are putting a
Doyle M. Archer Archer M Tanner August 22 at 9 a.m. some new faces among the Bass Wishes,
For information call 964- lot of emphasis on strengthand
L.F.D L.F.D. '\5470.N leaders.The top six are: Eddy Neil Crawford flexibility during prac DRILLINGSales

Accidents On SR-18 lice

"About 50 per cent of all & Service

TO THE BEST OF NICE PEOPLE WE MAKE THIS OFFER injuries occur during the first I Drilling 4 to 16" '
three weeks of
practice, and
i Injure Three Seriouslycenter we're trying to prevent those "If it don't flow you don't owe."

injuries this year," Hurst Residential, Commercial, Home and Farm Irrigation

Truly A Great Bargainonly Three persons were ot Mt-100 traveling on said. Au
seriously injured in two to the east shoulder of SH-100. MOBILE HOME '
separate accidents occurringat The motorcycle then bounced "We'll have to build more
the intersection of SK-100 21 feet struck the ditch and strength during the season UTILITY HOOK-UP
and SR-18 last Thursday bounced another 24 feet, an than we have in the past,'
$ 650 0 Couple morning.In additional 9 feet and slid 27 Hurse explained. A weight WATER WELL
Per a 2.40: a m. one vehicle feet before coming to rest. lifting program is part of daily SEPTIC TANK ELECTRICAL
accident, Steven Christofer Roberts was thrown 30 addi practice and will be continued '
Roberts, the driver of a 1975 lional feet and his passengerwas into the season on an ever) ONE CALL WILL DO IT ALL

Harley Davidson motorcycle, thrown some 36 feet. other day basis. We use All equipment Licensed.
Beach and his Scott Roberts charged with Sto.R.te ,
1 To Use My Private ? William Smith passenger of Lawtey, reckless driving.was Spirit during practice was pumps radio dIspatched bonded & 'injured d

*ere both transferred to In a two vehicle accident pretty good, according tc 24 HOUR SERVICE .. FREE ESTIMATE'I
'
Jacksonville hospitals. later that same morning, at Hurse, but he thinks it's a'
k ...

SEVEN DAYS OF EVERY WEEK According to the FloridaHighway 9.55: am'at the same intersection little early to judge' that' I 13 72-80311 I ."..,*."..,. 75-7272

Patrol report, the Myrtle Harris of factor. DAYS ..III..IIf.' | NIGHTS
two men were traveling down Waldo was seriously injured "Until they've been through couin .. -
SU-18 at 70 mph. They passedthe when her vehicle, a 1971 Ford, a hot long practice and had the
'
JUNE JULY AUGUST 1ft stop 'sign at the intersection struck a passing International monkey on their back, you If No Answer, Call 376-O255
went airborne
at the' tractor-trailer.
won't know who will stand up =
A.M. t* S P.M. ..-<,
-- - -
-

All .. af the fteJ ( .. .. _MMIT1I ..
473-3775
John *
BrowAiEn
Don t delay Confirm Now and we will make necessary preparations receive: our MOitllt COSH
GUESTS come June 1, 17a after first acknowleding their acceptance by issuing r--i OH, MY THEY PUT
each a GUESTSHIP CARD of identification In order to avoid the freeloaders enteringour sox toB.
site of private beach.The state setback lines prevent us from using the best of our KCVSTON HOUSE
,FLORDA
land for constructions so we hope to utilize In the manner outlined here. Should we ? TRAILER NE
fail to interest enough GU ESTS to warrant the effort and expense we will cancel out it j Im 4rA XT DO.OR :4

and refund all remittances,the option of accepting or rejecting applicants remaining :
exclusively with us. All letters of application must be accompanied by check or /4j. (1" .Jr a. .. ,
money order,no cash please In the amount of Ml.00 In full. The letter must give full
particulars. to the name address place of business or employment,phone number
if you please. In due time and well ahead of June 1, 171, we will either acknowledge
your acceptance In our GUESTSHIP LIST and sent your card of Identification or
refund your money In full. We would hope to renew this offer annually to a select. I t f II ; d I'k / '
number of nice people. Remit by check or money order, no call please, to: M.I.
Bowen, landowner, 403 Ramona Boulevard Jacksonville, Florida 31205, we will

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Starke Police Crackdown On City Speed Limits


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Starke Police Chief, Jimmy slow down on their own, but Mrs: Eva Anderson of 355 N. then went 45 feet turning side section with Madison St., in corner of Walnut and Jackson proper'' drivers license In a around the unknown vehicle
Bowen found the fear of this didn't happen in Starke."I Church St. was charged with ways and came to rest in a back of a car driven by Carol Street in Starke. Thursday morning accidenton and didn't see the ItruxJeri
paying a $57.75 fine for.speedingdidn't think the fine is too high_ failure to yield the right of shallow ditch. Darlene Starling 20, of Charles Bryant of Rt. 1 Box Call Street in Starke. vehicle in time to stop.
slow motorists but we aren't going to put up way in an accident at the Dent was traveling 70 mph Starke, 439: Starke, is in satisfactory James struck the rear of a Four passengers in the
down so starting today with speeders," Bowen said. corner of Church St. and when the accident occurred.The When the light turned condition at Bradford County truck driven by Terry Alan Rhoden car were unhurt.
'(Thursday, Aug. 18)) the Bowen cites an increase in Water Streets. Mrs. culvert he collided with is Kite began to move green ahead Hospital while Terrence Lee Gaines of 504 E. Laura St., Police estimated damage at
Police Department will begin traffic accidents caused by Anderson's car collided with a owned by Gerald Burns of before Miss Starling did Boatwright was treated and Starke as he was attempting $500 to the Cashdollar auto
strictly enforcing the city'sspeed excessive speed as the reason car driven by Clarence Starke and the damage was Very little damage was doneto released. to Dark. and $15 to- the Ithoden autoA
limits. for the crack down. Williams Jr. of 913 Crosby St. estimated at $50. both vehicles 16-year-old Iawtey girl
Bowen said he didn't agree "$57.75 will slow people as she was attempting a left Over $200 in damage was A 12-year old Bryant was charged with Police reported $150 escaped Injury Thursday
with the high fine, and had down real done to the 1967 Ford Dent was Lawtey boy running a stop sign in the
quick, Bowen said. hand turn on to Church Street. ran Into the path of a vehicleon accident. damage to Gaines's 1977 morning when her pickup
hoped the motorists would In accidents this week: Williams was taken to Brad- driving. Walnut and Call St Friday Chevy pickup while James'car truck went off the road) and
ford County Hospital where he Freddie Monroe Stephens, was not damaged. she overcorrected coming
evening, July 30, and was
was treated and released. Jr. of Starke was ejected from taken A High Springs man back onto the road and the
Concerned APuppy's Three people escaped! his car and later taken to to Bradford County escaped serious injury Sunday Seven persons escaped truck flipped over, coming to
for
About Your
serious injury Tuesday in a Bradford County Hospital last Hospital to the treatment Starke according -. when he lost control of his injury in a two car collision rest on its top, according to
two car collision on SK-210.: Wednesday evening, July 27, police.No truck, skidded J off the highwayand Friday afternoon at the Inter. Union County Sheriff's "
The highway patrol reported a after his car went out of accident one was charged with the rolled into a ditch. section of SK-18 and Hhodcn Department reports.No .

Nutrition? car driven by Elaine Foster control on SK S-100A. Andrew Wayne Brooks of charges were placed on
Dickens of 624 N. Lake St. Stephens was rounding a The pedestrian Mitchell Box 1199, High Springs was Road. Vickie Lynn Norman Kt 1
Let Us Introduce You To Our Starke collided with, a van curve at about 30-33 mph when Williams, 12, of Lawtey got treated and released followingthe Margaret B. Cashdollar of Box 100, Lawtey' for the
driven by Charles Nolle as he went through a sandy spotin out of a car and ran across accident that occurred Rt. 1, Box 19, Keystone accident..
Dickens was backing from a the road, Florida Highway Walnut St. into the path of a Sunday morning at 3 a.m. on collided with the 1972 Dodge The accident occurred on
All New And Complete High driveway on to the highway. Patrol reports stated. The car driven by Alfonso CurtisJones Ellington: Road one mile northof driven by Pearlie Davis SH121hlle Miss Normanwas
Nolle, Dickens and Sara vehicle started: to skid out of 17 of Starke. Williamswas SK-16. Rhoden of Hampton as Mrs. traveling at a speed of 5j .
Protein FormulaSale Gunner an 8 month old control, skidded off the pave. treated at Bradford Brook's passenger, Cheri Rhoden was attempting to mph. About $tux in damagewas
passenger in Dickens car ment and hit a culvert, County Hospital and released Starling of Box 1023, Starke turn left on to Khoden Road. done to (the 1170 Ford
were not injured. Dickens was ejecting the driver was not injured. Police said an unknown pickup she was driving
Begins Aug, 13, 1977 charged with failure to yieldby Stephens was treated at vehicle that was travelling Sheriff's report imlicaleiJ,
entering a through high- Bradford County Hospital and Two men wer injured Sharon Diana James of Box behind Khoden and in front of contributing circumstances to
way. released. Thursday afternoon when 196 Law ley was charged with Cashdollar stopped suddenly. the accident as being careless
JAZZ The Florida Highway Patrol their cars collided at the following too closely: and im Cashriflllar tempted to go driving.Francis's .
reported another accident
The Florida Highway Patrol involving a man charged wtih
FIELD & reported an accident Tuesday DWI when they Investigated Suit For Principal Job
SHOW ,. .GMPG 7.w evening Aug 2, where a an accident on an unnamed
,
c Raiford man was charged county road Thursday night,
.
(jro.rnl
with driving while intoxicatedand July 28, about 2.10 of a mile
Puppy Food no inspection sticker after west of Sr-100. To Open Monday In Circuit Court

his car ran off the road. I Harry William Baker, Jr., -
David Lamar Dent 18. of 26, of keystone Heights was Charles Francis has voted for Francis
Reg '6io just Holliday to Francis said he felt the duties. He said he just "dues
$575 Raiford, was driving north on heading north on this unmarked recovered! from heart by-pass assume the principalship he reasons the school board what Supt. Casey tells him to
25 Lb. SH-16 when his vehicle road on the wrong surgery but his heart isn t all had held for the previous five rejected him were not adequate do."
crossed the southbound lane to side of the roadway. As his
that will be opened
was or up. years. to comply with these PresentlyFraneishas been
the west shoulder of the road. vehicle entered a curve, it On Au22 the Gaskins the
Monday, /( explained main laws. working on the upcoming: !!
-5: The car then traveled 129 feet went into the eastbound lane, case involving Francis suing reason for Francis' denial of Francis said he "anticipatesa schedule for the fall year and:
down the shoulder and into a then into a ditch. The vehicle the school board in the appointment as being that judgement in favor" of the school budget They have
-" ditch collided with a culvert traveled 52 feet in the ditch, to win the seat of Francis was "not followingwith been
attempt approving his appointment.. working it on a six-pi'iiiwl
J %r AND FOR THE struck with a culvert, then principal of Bradford County school board policy day even though the actual
traveled 27 feet more to a High School will be opened up (with) past high school Francis said he "lost" the amount of period have nod
FOR SALE resting place. before the circuit court. critical audits while Francis case last year already, as itwas been determined due ti> the
t, ADULT DOG A Hampton! mail was Francis filed suit January was principal." never brought to trial be- uncertainty of the bus
\ LATE 1972 DATSUN PICK. charged/( with following too 24 after the Bradford County Parrish had explainedJo'rancls' fore the close of the last school schedules.
"fOOD UP TRUCK: New Paint closely Thursday afternoon School Board rejected Super- .lack of year. He said that in essence. Francis said it would lake
Reg. '7" $ Runs Great. Only S49S.OO July 28, when he was stoppedat intendent Casey's recommen- professionalism as being the this is the second case he has from 10 days to about two
6 75 a traffic light and pro dation of Francis to become reason and Parmenter agreed against the school board. weeks working 12.15 hours a
R T ION Jack Eaves ceeded to move ahead before Right now Francis said he
50 Lb. principal. Francis said the with both reasons. day to make tip a new
Forsyth Road the car In front of him had. board failed to cite "just The three had also said that "doesn't have a job." He is schedule.)
Starke, Florida Leroy J. Kite 50, ol cause" for his rejection.Not Francis lacked firmness in still receiving the same The bus schedule situation
Itpd Hampton was headed !south on long after Francis filed dealing with discipline $20.300:!( salary he did when he is set to come up before the
US-.1U1: stopped at its Inter. suit. Supt. Casey joined in the problems at the school whilehe was curriculum director but school board in a inciting
Come In And See Us For All Your suit with him, stating the was principal. he doesn't have any specific Monday night.
same reason for the action.
Animal Field Requirements.LAKE LIVING TEAMLINEt LIVING About two months ago, the
ROOM t ROOM two cases were consolidated Operation Gives Francis
CARPET J'LEANING ROOM} before Circuit Judge
BUTLER & HALL Benjamin! Tench.
& HALL Francis was nominated for

25.25 35.35 the position of principal twice, On
,
FARM CENTER once on Jan. 4 and again on New Lease Life

Steam' Clean.Deodorize And Tint April 18, the board rejectingthe
nomination both times.
At This Low Price According to Florida law When you're told if you don'thave tube (catheter) is used to the he would liquid first into him.fell a h lint<- was MMIS.I told
the school board must inject dye into the coronary
a heart operation you'lldie
Hwy 121 Lake Butler lion, then experience nausea/
WE GUARANTEE consider the recommendations The dye allows X-rays
artery
don't have much
Betty Smith HOME-4 85-1 528 "you and limiting followed hy'> IIse'cre
South 496-3921 of the superintendentand to show in what places the
OUR WORK time to think about it, said headache. Francis
24 Mr. 3723009 "may not reject such Charles Francis, 44, a little artery is blocked. attested! to nil these .'IISU'tions
recommendations except for over three months alter his Francis described the
just cause." heart bypass operation ordeal as being placed in and dl'st'rib'I1 the' heaol
The board denied the .Francis; who.had his operation something similar to a "litterbasket" ache l b y placing both handy
recommendation; made on in May; baid- his ,doctor and then you are securely on either side of his '
Jan. 4 by a 3-2 vote, and made came into his room after the rotated around. Once the fluidis head
a repeat performance of the catherization and told him in your system he The actual operation
ATTENTION TAX PAYERSIt's vote in April.Board that he had scheduled Francis explained, pictures are taken. consisted of removing Ji I 14-
members voting to tar a heart by-pass lit 8 the "I 1 could sec' the screen" inch artery from his left leg
reject Francis' appointmentwere next morning and if Francis while they were doing it. he
Arthur Gaskins J.T didn't have the operation he said. "You can see" all your and putting it in place of the
Parrish and Vernon would die. arteries and veins. damaged!( artery. Francis
Parmenter. Board membersPat A cdlhi-rualion is when a When they began shooting explained as lie oponcd his

Time To Be Heard Spengler and Arthur shirt straight and down lured tin a :2i! >middle.inch scar of


mJBL1Jf0! [ IruJBt(! ( ;? his chost

Francis said ho had. no fearsof
166 W. Call St. Starke 964.6757 either the operation or the

Our Government Bureaucracies Have Taken Us For GrantedToo ESTABLISHED TO SERVE. YOU BETTER SINCE 1940' ratherization as both!
processes have. a I !'Ml percent
Bring Your Ne.t Prescription Free City Wide, Delivery Senior Citizens, Savings success rideDuring
Long! KTo Koch'' tSav Patient Profile, Cards Friendly Courteous ServiceDEOOORANf
H the week lie was
hospitalized at the North
SALE FOR DIABETICS Florida Regional I hospital

This Proposed 2.7 Mill Tax Increase Is Unwarranted & Unnecessary I SPECIALS Thurs. Fri. CLL\rTEST24'S (Francis said he never Ihoughl
of the possibility of dying Certainly Everyone Needs A Raise To Counteract Inflation BUT: 3 oz. Secret Roll-On Sat. & Mon. In Fo.l SI M SlnpiRecj $1.34 Ken: with a major aitery that
Sale $1.38
$1.72 he
Reg. was !94)) percent l hiotkert.l
LILLY TESTAPE said he '"ilidn t think
Who Considers! Our Senior Citizens On Fixed Income? They Now 2.5 oz.Sure Roll-On IOOUrintT itRlV 'l' about itFrancis."just

Reg. $1.69 Sale $1.37 >1 10LILLY $2.34
Eat Cat Food & Otherwise Subsist In Substandard Methods. Yes We HaveNaturslim said his condition( ,
7 oz. Tussy Spray INSULIN was due to his cholesterol
level hereditary lactorf and
Keg..79c Sale.62c
MPH M.U-100.?..._..* 1Lente.
.. ...U-100 .. stress and strain. Francis also"used"
12 oz. Arrid Extra Dry ? M.. SUI
to smoke a couple ol
ELECTED
OUR OFFICIALSMust
Reg. $3.09 Sale $2.48 1O ft 30 Day Regular..U.100..U.42 packs of cigarettes per
I' 12 oz. Sure Spray PEARSON SAKIIINii4oi Francis said since the operation

,:, Learn To Economize As We Businesspeople Do To Meet The Reg. $2.23 Sale $1.87 Supply AcAdvertised A>o 11 of ,,.fiq he has cut his cigarette
intake to one-half pack a day
Crunch By Trimming The Fat From Their: Proposed Budgets. Our 1 oz. Secret Cream NORWICH SACCHARIN and said that hopelully\ soon ,
Reg. .89c Sale .69c that habit should! disappear, "
,
.
Court House Clan Can) .Easily Save Enough To Pay For Needed 10Mi'Rig'i l'4 s $1.12:! altogether

Employee Cost Of Living Raises. Francis is also on a low
COSMETICSWe cholesterol diet and'alks
five miles day,
three to I.
Max Complete Line Of Make-Up, For
We Now Carry th" early!
usually during
Creeping Socialism Is Upon Us But Unless We Revolt Complete Eyes Lips Face morning hours.


Socialism Will Bankrupt Us And Our County The More We Permit HUDSON VITAMINS Indication Mrs. Francis of anything said the wrong first


Government To Expand The More We Will Pay To Be Governed GERIBAN VITAMINS KELP-LECITIDN. "IF6" PROTEIN Rich Natural WAFERS Protein with three her of four husbanduis weeks before iilmut the.
Compare to Gerltol. R.9 PrlctSOS sale!
SO'..... ...........1219 1100'*--7S0mg-.51.50 I actual operation. She said h*
53
Excessively.The ..lOO'I. .....u' 99 his
-- I 250'*..._750 mg--.3.SS | was having pains in
._. MHH shoulder and his head hut
ALFALFA TABLETS VITAMIN B-6 100'S LECITHIN none in his chest. (lnl'eIll'

Natural Vitamin I H.9 Price XI. ,
I 100'.......?8grain.........S3.4fmmmmamim 11.99.........lOOmg....__SX1 From Soybean saw him bending over in the
Commissioners Have Only Heard From The SO mg. Reg. Low Price $2.ff I ioo'....?...grain__*3.0 i yard with pain.
County VITAMIN{ B-12 25 mg Reg. Low Price $1.1 1 JSO's.........I grain....-...5S.M | Francis went to his private

I IOO'...._...2S meg,..-.......'>< m fmmmmmmmmm physician 'and EKG an electro: '
Raises And Increases. NowIs ( )
was-
cardiogram
People Wanting Pay Budget 100..IOOmc _...$2.9e A 100'S IRON TABLETS but showed
taken nothing
250'1.__50mcg...,.....S2,if VITAMIN,, I00's._.5 graia..99c2f0'1..JOOmcg I up
The Time To Let Them Hear ,From The Tax Payers Who ...........99 R*tt l.e e......tO,000 i>nit*_-S1.2 Sal.! 250' ._"...Sgraln_,?.?.$2.35| on the it.hospital.llis physician sent him to

HB BBH! mmmmiiiimmmmmmTAMIN B It was at the hospital that

Will Be Paying For These Raises Etc. Potassium B COMPLEX CALCIUM LACTATE the blocked artery was found
1001__ 9'.5 mg..S2..9 and doctors said the pain was
I .... 2SO'IOgra11L.$2.T9100'x I |
-
Magnesium R., Tablets due to the lack of oxygen his'

,... .SOO mg..SU9 t2.A''_...100'x... $1.092S0's brain was receiving<<; becauseof
TO A TUNE OF 51 % INCREASE IN TAXES ?? Zinc Rtg. Low Price SS.tfVITAMIN BEEF WINETONIC IRON and the blockage.Mrs. .

100'L.... _.lO m0..........$1.19 Francis also Haul tiun
IHMMHHVITAMIN C 100'SAicorble Ida____-__2.7, as far as his health now,
B 1 ( Acid) mtm "everything is just fine:"

Attend The County. Commissioners Meeting' (Thiamin Chloride- ) "The SolarVIt.mln"1IEAT GERM OIL Now that Frances ,i.

lotl..._ S0mg.-S1.2f SI..9.--2S0 _99c I I00'*....j minim*... _$M,I recovering from this ordeal
Wednesday August 24 At, 8 P.m. \ 100' ..--ioomg.....-1.7f { t2.4f.__100 mg mg._t1.4f 1I00'..;.__ mlnlm-' ..1.ff| he has another. to face next

I4.7S. .1000 r.ig..._. J3.lf week.
VITAMIN. E 100'S 145u.}>>LUV UN '

In The Courthouse. & Be Heard *... VITAMIN C Hematlnic, High Potency Francis On Monday.will go to court Aug.as the 22.. .
.. '. ,. .100 i.u_n." | Cbewabl.Tablets Iron TenK far Yovng win
R?: v Ad PaidorBy'I Concerned- "BusinessmanIt u -,,....oo (.1.U-S2. KO' _...lOOmg.- $l.4f And Older ,. plaintiff Uieattempt to
This ,. One .'" S5'"_.,..4oo I.U---$4. \ OO's..2CJMQ.-I2-49: .'0" ... .4Perswns. the right to become principal I.
lrnf the Bradford) County, High.
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HAMPTON AREA NEWS'By "
and enjoyed
SCHOOL REGISTRATION appointed Preventive Main- It will be necessary to have their property on tile lake. relatives in St hiking Philip trip over a the campingand week.
Hampton Elementary tenance Supervisor for Brad- combination grades from the Dolores Meng Mr and Mrs. David Meng Augustine Sunday. end near Gatlinburg, Tenn
School is open for registrationall ford Countv SChoollj; and we second thru sixth grades sinceno Phone 468-1913 and Tina Marie returned Gerald Meng, Jimmy Cissy
this week and next prior to know he will 'uable in additional teachers have home on August 9 after ten
Hank Lott is the racetrack was hard
this capacity.Tom been provided unless enrollment recuperating at very
school classes
beginning on days visiting relatives In
home following spinal and Vandy along with some '
August 29. Kindergartners is considerably surgery Toledo, Huron and Bowling \
other horses suffered Injured
recently. TO-RENA
should be five years old prior Paladin Is working Increased. The school will Therapy is be Green, Ohio They camped in
but still feet. will staying in
to January 1.I 1978, and have hard as the new school have a Physical Education necessary painful for Vandy the Smokies and enjoyed
him and New York for further
training
received immunizations and custodian and is doing well teacher however, so that the we hope he will soon Cherokee, N.C., Clingman'sDome '
be feeling much The Clark family enjoyed RESTAURANT
Principal can attend to his better \
health examinations to be making the changes Mrs. Viola Long Island and saw the and touring the Lost
duties full time. Lefebvre returned upper
for accommodationof
eligible for admission. necessary Sea In' Tennessee. The
home Statue of Liberty, the Empire
I Wiley Sweat, the former the 7th grade which will be two months on visit August with 9 after her State Building Times Square, weather was quite hot Under New ManagementAdel
OUR SICK
efficient custodian will be attending Hampton Ele- throughout their trip.
children and and strolled down Broadway.
missed by all the school. mentary this year We were sorry to hear that grandchildren in Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng, Goetzman Owner
Colorado and Before coming home they ,
I Connie Clark said Dottie Mitzel was struck by California. She
However, he has been Principal time in Washing- Mike and John, visited Mr.
i lightning on August; 9. She enjoyed sightseeing and spent some -
visiting and also jon, D.C. and visited the and Mrs. Bill Meng and Breakfast Lunch Dinner :
S ----- -- was emerging from her car on enjoyed a
daughter, Dana for several
I I Senior Citizens -1 SR 100 when the bolt struck trip to Mexico where she sawa gravesite of Jean's uncle at week., They also DAILY SPECIALSFOOD
her, burning her feet Spanish wedding when she Arlington National Cemetery. enjoyed visiting Sea World, -e o'
attended her Mass there. They enjoyed Mt. Vernon and v
She
internally. was When AvalleDle
Official word was received Oak at 9:30: a.m. Monday hospitalized at Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Connie Clark other historical and education strolling on the beaches and Dod Nom Cooked Food. Frseh VEDeubbe

from Sen. "Buddy"MacKay's Aug. 15.There. County Hospital for several and children,Scott,Bryan and points of interest. doing Mr. some and Mrs.shopping. Taibi Come Out And VIsIt Us Soon ,
secretary Mrs.Samelia King, will be a public days and had severe head- Amy, enjoyed an interestingweek Friends of June and Jinx and family from Joseph New York To Rene Raeteurent /
that he would appear as the hearing, Areawide Programfor aches as well as numbness in in New York and Dunn and daughters, Laura, Mr and Mrs. 1a0D N. TemplsAv., ,
City are visiting
principal speaker at a mass the Aging, for counties her legs and feet.We hope she Washington D.C. While in Kristen and Melody enjoyed Edward Clayton and other Starke, Fls.
meeting organized by the including Bradford and Union will recover completely very New York they watched their seeing them again this week- relatives in the
North Central 0 Florida for which financial assistanceis soon racehorse Go Right Vandy, in end when they came from area.
Coalition of Senior Citizens to sought from the Depart- a race there. Unfortunately Ocala to snend four days
he held in the Civil Defense ment of Health and Reha-
Building on North 301 in bilitative Services of the State
Slarke on Tuesday, Sept. 20. of Florida. This meeting will
Kill Wilson, of the Starke be held at the HRS office in
Chamber of Commerce, has Gainesville on August 17 at
given( us invaluable assistance I 1:30: 2002 N.W. 13th St
r. in promoting this meeting. All elderly persons who can,
The membership of the and are able, should attend
Bradford County Senior Citizens this public hearing.Bus .
1 Club voted unanimously connections for the You
1 \ to support this gathering and Senior Citizens who wish to
we have been assured of travel to Gainesville every FAi R
j, support by the Hampton Friday ca n be made by calling
I I Keystone Heights Fellowship 4732112.: Extension 214 one
Club Keystone Heights Service day in advance This bus from
Center and we have Green Cove Springs and
contacted 50 Senior Citizens Keystone Heights, will pick
organizations within Region 3, passengers up at their home
16 counties and return. SAVE ON
A registration Tee of$1.50 is PANTRY
Through Karl Hoist,
asked for in advance to help deceased; his wife, Ada,
I defray expenses which will in- Civitans Blood Bank Foundation THESE SPECIAL
tludc' lunch. Arrangementshave C
Starke Chamber of ICE
been made with Jim
.
Commerce, Rep Frank :
Mullms manager of Williams, and Bradford
BUYS!
MiUonald's on South 301 to County Senior Citizens a LIMIT-1 WITH $7.50 OR
the food.
supply Community Blood Bank has
Tins mass meeting was discussed been
established in our
and agreed upon with County. We think this is a boonto
MacKay hill' I
Son
was
community health servicesand
anointing. a five-day Resident should be wholeheartedly Bargains in Grocery IUHfI I "" '"VlD.
I ial Institute""Senior Citizens supported. Who knows when
Action conducted atFlorida
s I, I in State University in you or a loved one will need !,P
blood to save a life?
I pit-eious
Tallahassee last April .... ....
I it was voted unanimously to COMPARE OUt .0. .OU
.
sponsored by the Florida .o..oe. y.IO
contribute $25 by the
I I Aging and Adult Services members of the BradfordCounty [ 3oz CAN
Department of Hum PIM tou m uumo'tiwots ,
Program
Senior Citizens Club to '
Health and Rehabilitative Toaster Pastries 49t 6'
I the Civitans Regional Blood ]
SI'r\'iel'S." ipso' can*an $
Othl'rotate,county, and citylimlaries Center Green Foundation.Ed contender. for Lemon Juice 574 12' f /
have been invited
< ) City Council, Group 2, spoke
loxii| tmp.ite in this program.Miftinus Bon 1 .
Ami
: to be attended by' briefly at our last meeting.We Cleanser 41/ 16'
Mill club member are a non-partisan organization tollWI
I are the Cosgiovc.Ke>stone Fellowship and do not endorse any Tomato JuiceeiPeas 59t s fAVI
candidates or
Club !
.\utsusl 11. and HARP Club.MHioso. Our next meeting will be 1
41/ r4'
I held all p.m. August 23 at the
: on August 18.
Joe Keirigan will meet ith Center Pratt We Street have much Recreation to do. SW CANPam Aerosol 2/s/ 1 sac
I the .North Central Honda
So come along and join us.
HI'iun,1'Iannin/ Council itufx' a(uN1I IIMII
on
!
I "Kldeih: and Handicapped Give us a helping-Joe hand. Niblets Corn 31/ 1 I"PITH a

Rural Transit Slud>'" in Live KerriganFarmer's ,ran ,IM count>..
I Pantry Pride Cold Cups 89t _0, A A

Mutual Set Black nm mm w< ,aII 69! : "
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Membership Appreciation Day Round XI CWIWII Tomatoes 39t lo' '

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I The Farmer's Mutual are invited Flavor IceUNTXY 198 ra
I Exchange: ill hold its Door prizes and a business
:Membership Appreciation meeting will be held at 11:30:
I P.iv.Aug.W from 8 a.m. until a.m.
I I I : noon in its building on 2226 N. Refreshments will be 7 'A u'
Bradserved.. 1 T lot
'li-mple Avenue at the PKIOC
ford ('ounty Fairgrounds. For further information
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES Services 11 a.m., and 7 p.m. United Methodist Women LAWTEYBy h inompson, Mrs. Alma Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamson spent Sunday with Mrs j
CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday Prayer Meeting Wednesday at met at the church on Tuesday Thompson and Mrs. Ruby Crews. '
l School 10 a.m., Worship 7:30: p.m. YPE Friday at 7:30 with 15 ladles present, with Elizabeth Terry Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth and family Thompson, Mr and and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. Daniel Masseyand
sons,
p.m. Mrs. George Roberts, Sr., Phone 782-3300 Burnell Wilkison and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Jones sons, of Naples and their
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: presiding. Mrs Frank daughter of New Brounfels and father Elder A.E. Ma&sey{ ,
Sunday School 10 a.m. Porreca had charge of devo- School 10 a.m.. Worship Services them being a first year Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Frank family Goolsby, Mr. and and Mrs. visited Elder Massey a
Mr. Mrs.
Worship Services 11 a.m. and tional. After the business was 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. teacher. It is expected that a Starling, Edwin Starling, Mr. Claude and brother and sister-in-law Mr.
7 p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. discussed the meeting wasadjourned. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at near capacity enrollment will l and Mrs. Freddie Stephensand Mr. and Thompson family, and Mrs. Robert Massey of
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Next meeting will 7 p.m. begin school on Aug. 29. sons Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Ricky Montgomery, Ala. From
and
r a t 7 p.m. be at the home of Mrs. Hubert ST. JOHN'S MISSIONARY Parents who have not Douglas Scott Mr. and Mrs. Thompson daughter Mr there they motored down to
I The church conducted a Priest on Tuesday Aug. 23 at BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 registered their child for Rusty Witt and sons, Mr. and and Mrs. Venton Thompson New Orlenas La., for sight.
Call 964.57451011A I youth revival Thursday to 10 a.m. a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. kindergarten are requested to Mrs. Wailen Sapp, Mr. and Mr.and Mrs. Fred Crews Mr. seeing Super Dome and. other
i Sunday. It was very inspiring HIGHLAND BAPTIST: and 3 p.m. on Second and do so as soon as possible. All Mrs. Steve Williams Mr. and and Mrs. Lester Crews, Mr. Interesting places..
and it is felt that the Youth children who and Mrs. Dearwood Hicks, Maxie Reddish and
.I Sunday School 10 a.m. Fourth-Sundays. Prayer Bandon are starting Mrs. John Sapp and Mrs.
will benefit greatly from these Worship Services 11 a.m. and Monday at noon. kindergarten must have a daughters, Donna and Danna Mrs. Lettie Thompson, Mrs. son, Randall of State Farm
services. 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting SMYRNA MISSIONARY physical examination record, Markhem, Terry Taylor Mr. Alice Thompson, Mrs. Millie were Saturday dinner guestsof
FAITH BAPTIST: Radio Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 an Immunization certificateand and Mrs. Blaine Thompsonand Thompson and Mrs. Alice their parents Mr. and Mrs.
Program on WPXE 8 a.m. on The Church conducted a a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. a birth certificate numberon sons, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crawford Lily Stokes, Pearl .Lea McClellan.
Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m. Vacation Bible School Monday and 7 p.m. BTS 5:45: p.m. file in the school office before Grier, Mr. and Mrs. Azure Hodges and Cleaton Hodges, John Otis Roden and
Worship Services 11 a.m. and through Friday, with an Prayer Meeting on they will be admitted to Johns and daughter and their Evelyn (Stokes) Johnson and daughter of Shreveport, La.,
ONTROI 6:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting enrollment of 70 and an average Wednesday at 7 p.m. school. mother Mrs. Verdie Johns Herschell Stokes. were weekend guests of his
{ Wednesday at 6:30: p.m. of 60 present.' They had Mr. and Mrs. HowardThompson Friends who were attendingwere parents, Mr. and Mrs.- Ben:
I aa.ul r GRACE UNITED commencement Friday night. SCHOOL NEWS PERSONALS and daughters : Mr. and Mrs. Mark McCulley. His son, JohnnyLee
METHODIST School Those the andKaren Harris and family, David returned home with them
: Sunday Saturday the Sunday School Lawtey Elementary will attending Douglas McKelvey Ann
9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 and Vacation Bible school welcome its faculty and staffon Thompson and Stokes Floyd, Teresa Alicia Hunter, Mrs. Ruby Kowatch after spending the summer
a.m. and 7:30:: p.m. Choir members enjoyed a picnic Monday Aug. 22. This year Reunion on Sunday August7th Tomlinson, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde and Freeman Starling with his grandparents. .
practice 7 p.m. and MYF 7:45on : combined at Kingsley Lake. five new teachers have been at the home of Mr. and Buster Bennett and daughter Mrs. Jackie Smith, Hub Mr. and Mrs. Paul West of
Tuesday. LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday added to the staff with one of Mrs. Sebe Harris were: Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joey Bennett Harley, Mrs. Douglas Scott Lake Butler were Saturday
and Debbie Linda Cindy and dinner guests of their grandparents -
Ann Clara Turner Katie Mr. and Mrs. Les .
Long Donald and Trecla McClellan.
WHEN Wilkison Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Gene Pearson returned
YOU Wilkison. Jr., and foster sons home from North Florida
Elbert Delong, and Douglas( Regional Hospital In Gaines
PICK'YOUR FOOD Hulett, Dottie Wilkison and ville on Wednesday, Thursdayhis
Carla Griffis. sister, Mrs. Martha
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Strickland and daughter of
Thompson and sons, David Hazelhurst, Ga., visited him.
OWN and Kenny of Buffalo, N.Y. His sister-in-law Mrs Nellie
spent the weekend with their Moyierga and niece Mrs.
FA I R aunt, Mrs. Elva Reddish.Mr. Micky Litchfield and her
and Mrs. Henry Hodges daughter Michelle of St.
PRODUCE !
attended the funeral of their Stephens S.C. spent the week.
brother-in-law, Elbridge
end. Sunday afternoon Mrs.
Smith, of Orlando on Monday. Selita Lee and daughter
s Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Velez Michelle Lee of Jacksonville
DOZEN and grandson, Michael visited them.
LARGE -- Desenne, of Virginia, Mr. and Charles Starling preached .
j: ;; 1fiM wearepleasedlD-accept Mrs. Lester Page and family, at Lake Butler on Sunday.Mr. :

...., U.S.D.JL FOOD STAMP of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. .and Mrs. John Tye, Jr..
Joe Harley, and family Mr.
were hosts for a birthday
: and Mrs. Steve Cox and for their his third
son on
57c tlIllIJ party
EGGS FRESH COUPONS family Mr. and Mrs. Charles birthday on Sunday. His
tit Norman and baby, gatheredat Mrs. John Tye
GRADE A' NOW GOOD ON ALL IMPORTED FOODS ALSO! the home of Mrs. Myra Grandmother grandparents.

Rafuse Sunday for a family Mr. and Mrs. Hason Hilliard
gathering and meal. Mr. and Mr.and Mrs. Fred L. Roberts
f' Mrs.' Eugene Velez and and Mrs. J. Hilliard all of
grandson Michael remainedand Jacksonville and and .
i Mr. Mrs.
ALL ITCHI AND MICH HOOD ,NUR{.. AUG. 1*. THItu MD.j Audi 2.. 1917. QUANTITY. RIOHTI' MSiKVEO. M will spend a week with
| Tommy Talley and son were
::
in Meat
Bargains Mrs. Rafuse.
crlrr iRTM"cENOT guests. The patio was
t Miss Elizabeth Terry and decorated with balloons and
Miss Arthurine Blanchard
Lf I 11(11''II,.e ..lugflwre visited her sister Miss Enza streamers. Refreshmentswere

ON-COR rSB" OMOtTACCKKI Super Discount : Holly Ridge Bacon M09 Blanchard and Mrs. Thelma Mrs.cake Mabel and Boyette ice cream.and Mr.

-.....11@tlOII SSBBsll J Kit nc iiicio Wilson at Baker County and Mrs. Hal Hamilton of
FREEZER QUEEN LB PKQ Fyne Taste Bologna 88C "' Nursing Home at Macclennyon Jacksonville visited their

MANAT.PATI.L.u.1.. .... I llu PUUKI. WMIISS' Tuesday afternoon. brother-in-law and sister, Col.
....... LOTS OFCHICKEN ,
"' MIST ISLSI Paul McClellan, of Vidalia
99 C Try Fyne Taste Franks 68C 201IMMII and Mrs. William Wilson over '
DINNERS Ga., spent sometime with his the weekend.Mr. .
WWIIO III nQ grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Lenora
<
Sliced i Cooked Ham 99e toItil Les McClellan, and Mr. and Swindell of Jacksonville,

3 LEG QUARTERS WITH BACKS Ole Dun Mull Mrs. Mark Sweat of Raiford. were Friday overnight guestsof
sort 3 BREAST QUARTERS WITH BACKS SAYE Ass't. Variety Pack M" 30 His parents Mr. and Mrs. their grandparents,Mr. and
3 WIMGS-3 NECKS-3CIILET PKGS. Ronnie McClellan and son Robertson.
C Mrs. J.F.
( 31t /Ml in llu
j
3O
Pork 'Roil, Sausage 79" 20' Darren, of Vidalia Ua., spent Mr. and Mrs. John Tye. Jr.,
FLORIDA the weekend with their and family went tubing on the
PREMIUM FAMILY SIZE PKG. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ichtucknee River with Mr.
BONELESS GRADE ORGEORGIA McClellan and :Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Bill Gaskins and
t "11 on cmwi M mat'
SHIPPEDCOMPARE Boneless Stew Beef ,. *'I 4it Sweat. They were Saturday other relatives on Friday.
31' overnight guests of their Donald Wilkison attendedthe
CHUCK 1I1It I uun U sal CllCllti OIIIIIBI Dull C4CB brother-in-law and sister Mr.
"""" Army Reserve of
"" ""' w" Cubed Chuck Steak and Mrs. Maxie Reddish, and
::: 31' Kingsland Ga., this weekend.
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.
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DAIRY DEPARTMENT' "' f '4 M mt.u 41NgLM1M.gIY, M.NIdI.A, ,(. + *t'" >V I' family, of Statp Farm. Mr. and Mrs.Seeb Andrews,
t ROAST Fryer Combo Pkg. UUC fit Mr. aod Mrs.'James Anders of Wllduood. visited their '1-+
,
wiirnw 110 N IIVV
and Alma, of Palatka and Mr.
!Mr. and Mrs.. Fred
parents
"
t Single I Cheese Slices 98 Round mmvutiiusoi Roast aIU..nnUIlIIIIO S 1 138 31' and Mrs. Billy Anders, Sr., Moore on Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
sr'E r fuim tin MI aSpred/ .1 and daughter. Lisa of Del Dougherty
L d11D 9.9c 20' (fllSHUkllTUSDI CItDoCIII"
Cottage Cheese Jacksonville were Sunday
attended the Reunion of the
cllolc I mini, cHalc Rump Roast 1o Illsf ?,1" 3.. dinner guests of their mother 1962 graduating class in
Fyne Oleo 3/M/ "' Ieuval1TIssANDIU"' Mrs. O.J. Anders. Jacksonville at' South
'198' Misses Lynn and Kelli
Eye Round Roast _1111.1. Jacksonville Women's Club on
Whaley, of Starke, were Saturday night Aug. 13.
it io' I it m' Sunday dinner guests of their Mr. and Mrs. Russell
grandmother, Mrs. Nellie Miscally enjoyed a week's
Wilkinson and aunt, Mrs. vacation at Kingsley Lake and

SMOKED Daisy Boch. went fishing and swimming.Mr. .
Rodney Rentiers,of Charleston -
and Mrs. Jerry Fish-
PICNICS S.C. spent a month with burn and son, Mr. and Mrs.
his uncle and aunt Mr. and Lloyd Griffis and daughter

: Mrs. O.J. Boyette and family, Mr. and Mrs.J.T Padgett and
cxau1OUA Mr. and Mrs. Frank Campare family, and Mr. and Mrs.
visiting their brotherinlaw Lacy Brown all went to Silver
and sister Mr.-and Mrs. Springs in Ocala on Sunday
Gene Pearson. We are happy and had a wonderful time.
Ions'ln that he is feeling better. Mr. and Mrs. Brooksey
. Mrs. Hilda Woodard spent of
Futch Lakeland
in Produce were
Bargains Sunday overnight with her Thursday afternoon guests of
PANTRY mother Mrs. C.R. Crews. their cousins Mr. and Mrs.
sass 1OJNISN CRISP, O I SAVE Other guests were Mrs.:Vera Les McClellan.
SLAW OR SALAD illiG. 39* SWEET WESTERN CALIFORNIA PRIDE 10 Clayton and son Tom and
their Mrs. Inez Teston
"liT FLAVORS MtAHSTONC 001 JAR DONUTS aunt
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NEW CROP SAVE 20 LOUPES GRAPES 10'' 3 3'.s Phone Margaret 431-1685 Richie I

NORTH CAROLINA
POUND SAVE 10'LARGE / The children can look Ludwig' Padusnak be sure
RED forward to a Halloween they all have their
DELICIOUS 5 9 Y SAVE 20' 5 9 C Carnival at the Civic Club in immunization records up to
27 SIZE addition to the school's date and have a physical
APPLES EACH LB I.1ht .1. Halloween celebration this They can't be enrolled without
fall. Also the 'SP-UCI them. .
Employees' club will hold A teenage dance Is
MOUNTAIN GROWN SAV I0 SAYE 18 activities for the children of scheduled this Saturday at the

FRE'.M GMEENCUKES PANTRY PRIDE prison personnel. FSP-UCI Employees' Club.
WESTERN BOILING SOURDOUGH Mr. and Mrs. Noble A live band from Gainesvillewill
"B* OR | +/ Scroggins had their grandson, be there. Admission is
BARTLETT BELL PEPPERS | PEANUTS OR ENGLISH Scotty Kline visit them for the $1.50 per person. Punch will be
s ST K-/Th MUFFINS weekend. He kept both served. Also Mrs. Nit
99 grandparents hopping but all Richardson tells me they are
PEARS WT three had a great time! 1 in dire need of chaperones for .
The Phil Esfords have this event. The dance will be
returned from vacationing in from 9 p.m. to midnight.
New York state. While there Anyone who wishes to be a
they also motored to Canada. chaperone can call Mrs. ,
Wl WANT YOU TO ABOUT, OUI The fishing trip sponsoredby Richardson. at 431-1021 or
'---.. the prison employees' club Mrs. Raymond Massey at
mWAHTTOUTO2 was enjoyed by everyone. 431-1856.. They will
There was a bit of appreciate any support In this
seasickness I'm told but not' -
O.TI quite as bad as the previous area.We were so glad to see so
fishing trip as the water was many people at J.D.'s
much smoother. campaign kick-off shindig ,
fORD CRYSTAL PRO s Ken Bessho is patient in last Friday. I'm sure J.D. win
y FREE nd sot of prints from" your Bradford County Hospital.Ken be making 'a trip to
FINAL DAYS* Kodacolor Film" at tint* of has had major surgery Tallahassee to qualUy. At the

developing at our SNAPSHOT and I am sure would enjoy time of this writing, he hadn't
Our Special Low Prices will continue until rogular low prieot.OffW Pinlry PrM Photo C.ntor111 -| hearing from his friends. decided whether to qualify
MMWM. M.IIMMUM... SPECIAL Hurry up and get wellKen., here or to appear In person at
Aug. ZAP 1977 to help you complote'your Crystal .M4_l t2.U 14.07 Practically all the parents the Secretary of State's office.
week Mr. and Mrs. Noble
AUGUST. 1877 ..:=- :=.. ...N.r.wNINA ...-.NY. 5---: : :=:= == I've spoken with this will leave soon to
... .. have taken their children to Scroggins
HURRY-SUPPLY IS LIMITED TO ,,,
BUT __ ._. eW IMI/Ma __ w. .00. My
.w.III-.....NW Lov'm Loavo'om YM"IwYNAww. the Disney movie THE vacation at the Grand, Ole ,
PRESENT PIECES IN FOOD FAIR STORES NOW. nIL or RESCUERS. Everyone has Opry and will then travel to'

f,,. .1 really praised the movie. .Kentucky before returning
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Good entertainment for the home. \
SAVE 5'' CASH eI P young children. Don Richie had an article
DAWN ZEST For those of you who will be published in ALL HANDS a
I, 32oz enrolling your children in Navy magazine. Mr. Richie is
SUNSHINE SOAP school for the flrt time, a Chief Journalist in the Naval
I I DISHWASHING AQUA remember readiness tests Reserve and wrote the article
I HYDROX I I will be giyen at Lake Butler following his two week of
-- $113 ,111'1"" c ',Elementary School.next week. active duty in March ;
P.i--; ; .', DETERGENT S3 Call the Khool for more week has a good ..
.1TH '
1'ujo;; .. _7 iJr it i'. JI H information. School will begin rains sure have felt
L1 Aa------------- August 29.?For kindergarten good It's a shame they didn't
YOUR DISCOUNT'SAVINGS ADDRESS-320 SOUTH WALNUT ST. .and'-fint"graderl',entering 'arrive In time for the crops.
.school for the first time See ya'U next week.


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Hurricane That Devastated Miami i:

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One of the few "EXTRAS"ever razed houses torn to bits wind subsided and residents -The Is Miami.. Beach cause- ,
published by The scenic roads a mass of debrls.1and thought the worst was over way gone. _
Telegraph hit the streets of estimates of the dead and but the nature of hurricaneswas -The News top tower of the Miami I :..*)I r _
Daily was blown
injured o J Je
into
running
Starke on Monday,September not so well understood at off...
thousands. ___
20, 1926 announcing in box-car
I that time, and the lull was -Miami policeman shot to
headlines the tragic! hurricane Food and medical suppliesat only the "eye" of the storm. kill looters in the devastated _
that had struck South Florida
Fort Lauderdale were business district... .a1"'
of
Many people came out their
the
over weekenddevaslAting
virtually exhausted and the -With 38,000 people liv the
homes, thinking the dangerover
Miami and Fort Lauderdale.
I few left on hand were worth area homeless and the list of nit
only to be struck aboutan t
Stories of the hurricane and
l its effects filled the for less due to water damage. The hour later by winds much injured placed at 2,000, first 't l: ti ( p .ie 1 1VV r I
paper true of Miami and
same was efforts were directed at aL
more severe than the first.
the next two or three issues
Hollywood.The .
reaching the people with food
tales of horror told
relating
by '
u refugees arriving in Jacksonville storm began about mid News accounts described and medical supplies.? A
on the first trains able to night Friday night with raging conditions that were unbelievable -Property damage
winds until 7 a.m. Then the at that time: estimated at over
leave the area- ,.cities $125,000,000() ..

Starke Mayor Comer L.
Peek Issued a proclamation
calling for contributions for
the devastated area, and the
'?. : -I Starke National Guard unit
.
spent Sunday night at the ,?cJf : 't'
armory awaiting a call to ff:1c

report for duty in the afflictedarea. r --..; U.
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One member was placedin '. ', 0 I- ':'{
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the county jail, under a 25- '-0, d"3 0" ..:'.
: :; '
: PLANNING day sentence for failure to 0

report when summoned. ,
I I'I Fear was high for the safetyof
ltt Is Not A 'Dirty Word' "homefolks" visiting or Street Shows Were Popular Attraction
I
I working in the stricken area,

since lack their of fate communicationsmade doubtful. On Call ,Street in Early 1900'sOh

I j \ It is hoped that the series of public 23, at 7:30 p.m. in the County Commission E.W. Hayes, Bradford

i i ''I hearings now being held on the county chambers. The first hearing was County tax assessor, receiveda what is so rare as a the east and a good crowd of store (probably J.W. White's, tended by' large crowds all
l and city comprehensive plans will help held August 9 with a fair attendance of wire Monday morning from "street fair" in Starke in the spectators has already which stood on this corner for week. "The Old Plantation"and

i to dispel the unfavorable connotation interested citizens, who seemed to have' his brother Maston Hayes, early days of the 20th gathered at the corner where many years). the "Electric Theatre"are
of schools
superintendent at Century? the old Florida Bank now Several spectators, markedin above the average of this
word have few the itself.
that the "planning" seems to specific objections to plan Moore Haven
saying:
stands. The two-story frame handwriting, are M. class of shows and have been
I in the minds of a large segment of the The main concern seemed to be who "Moore Haven- swept away. This picture from the building then occupying that Leviton (derby hat), an early thronged to their full capactiyat

public. would have final authority over the plan, My family" and S.S. Dowling'ssafe. collection of the late Mrs. L.S. site, housed the J.G. Gid) Starke tailor; Joe Sistrunk every ., erformance. Two
I and any alterations that might be !Mr. Dowling then Hutto of Starke shows one of Alvarez general merchandisestore. and Verdie Sistrunk (now other shows in the aggre-
teaching Moore! Haven wasa the traveling carnivals of that Mrs. C.A. Futch) children of gation have also been well'
be considered in the future.
Planning seems to a necessary
1900's with
long-time and respected period (early ) the G.M. Sistrunks. patronized. The Ferris Wheel
I "dirty word"by some critics who seem to principal of Bradford High tents and canvascoveredstands issue
Men in the windows of the In its of January IS, and merry-go-round are very
associate it with being "socialistic" or The second, and possibly the final School. pitched in the street at upper floor of the tw-story' 1909, The Bradford County popular.with the children and
the should drawa Among others who had not the busy intersection of Call brick building at carried the and
even "communistic. hearing on county plan right were Telegraph following young people, are
larger crowd next Tuesday with more been heard from were: and Walnut Streets.A probably employees of the news item about one crowded at all times.
Maurice Edwards of the
pulled by a team Starke Telephone Co. which such event: The large crowds in at-
The truth is that planning has nothingto public input concerning specific recom- City of Miami engineering of horses wagon and probably was located there at that time. tendance are good natured
do with but it has mendations and and his sister, THESTREET FAIR
political ideology a suggestions.But department, carrying the carnival musicians Between telephone poles Is a and everybody is having a
lot to do with determining whether the Lois, visiting him at the time. and performers is .chicken coop (with boy sittingon The street fair arrived good time. The shows will

state and its counties and cities meet the those who attend the hearing son-in-law Mr. and and Mrs. daughter"of D.T. Clark: coming down Call Street from top) in front of a grocery! Monday and has been at- remain here until Saturday.In .

future with confidence and preparation. should approach it with an open mind, N.D. Wainwright of Starke.

I I II knowing that the county has no choice Cyrus Hoover, deputy
DuPont
:i As a matter of fact planning is but to formulate a long-range land use customs collector of Miami, Geologist Tells Rotarians I
I I, word. plan since it is mandated law. and his brother, Don, sons of
actually a very "capitalistic" by state County Agents By About
!Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoover.Mr. Mining Operation Here
I ...
Without planning, no business,from the Also, it should be obvious by now that and Mrs. Ed Neff and

i smallest mom-and-pop roadside stand to with continued rapid growth of Florida, family. Mr Ncff was formerly Notebook Bobby i\ .- "Starke contrast with eastern

the largest corporation in the U.S. would which is beginning to reach even this engineer in charge of road Taylor J< of being the can zircon claim capital the title of Australia, where ilmenite is

long survive. Even the family unit re- north central part of the state, the one construction work in Bradford .' the world," Tom Garner, mined from beach deposits by
for the time of County under the first bond .. hand. Garner said the DuPont
quires planning planning right our pioneer settlers to do geologist and research asso-
I |I present and the future if it is to continue whatever they pleased with their land, issue and of was later works chief!!engineer in- ciate with the DuPont dredges mine 1,000 tons of ore

i to hold together in spite of the disruptive regardless of the rights of others, is no Miami Beach.drainage Seems like of this will be for a Up until this year a fairly Rotary Company Club.told. the Starke four per hour.percent Of this amount is useful, only

elements in that O.J. of and record year problems safe pesticide called Sevin i
our society are longer possible.At Phillips Lawtey farmers. I've talked be- I minerals, while 96 percent is
seeking to tear it apart. Dennis Kellum of Long our fore about our extreme would do a good job, of killing Garner said that although pumped back to refill the

one time, with only two or three Bridge, both members of the weather conditions that armyworms ifs applied ilmenite is the main product of excavation behind the dredge.
Miami fire department. correctly at the first signs of
the Starke and
Garner said that six inchesof
Lawtey
But for some strange reason, just let a families per square mile, it made little M.2. Sullivan, formerly] of caused production problemsin infestation. I have reports that DuPont plants, the zircon ob- topsoil is removed and set

city or county planner mention the term, difference what a man did with his land Theressa.- mentioned most of our low crops.market I've prices also several farmers have gottenno tained as a byproduct is more aside before the dredging

"long range planning," and some people since he had no neighbors to take into Most of these and others that have pretty much pre- control at all with this than that produced anywhereelse. operation. It is then spread
from this area were later reported material this year. This Zircon is used in the mined-out
begin to see red.Isn't consideration. But they aren't makingany vailed for all products we over area to
to have throughthe prompted some needed action
come
more land, as the saying and have produced this year. ceramics and in castings by support a planting of grass
goes by our' ..Governor and
uninjured.1KdgarM
experience ; ; the auto industry. Chief use of and trees;completing restora-
it just as important to plan for with the mad scramble on for Floridan! \ Thomas of Starke, :We now have "another Commissioner of Agricultureto ilmenite is as a paint pigment. tion of the land.
I the future of a state or a county or a cityas property, it is more important than ever who had been in the Miami- problem that is serious in get permission for farmersto New markets for mineral

it is to look ahead in business, or plan to see that the best use is made of what area buying produce. many of our pastures and hay use Lannate.On of the sands produced here are ;
I for the future of a family? The mistakes little there is left. One of them wrote: "One of fields. Armyworms are notified August the 10 Environmental, the Governor mining operation is staurolite, beginning to open up in
the greatest things that impressed appearing in large numbersand which is used as an ingredientof Europe, Garner said. He
of the for which
past we are paying me was the terrific are not being controlledas Protection Agency that he was estimated there was
enough
today, prove that it is. If you want a voice in this future force of the water when the easily as they have been in issuing a 15-day crisis exemp- cement, and is also ore left in the DuPont tract
planning, attend the hearing next storm was at its height the past. tion for Lannate (methomyl!) marketed as an abrasive along Trail Ridge to continue I
under the trade name, "Star-
I throwing the yachts and to control armyworms in
The second of two scheduled hearingson Tuesday night. If you are satisfied to let larger ships anchored and pasture and forages in North blast." mining operations until the

the county's comprehensive land use others do the job, then stay at home docked in the bay right up into It did not come, so Cyrus Florida. The crisis exemption year 2005 or 2010.

plan will be held Tuesday night, August but don't complain in the future. Hoyal Palm Park where they and I went to look up the began on August 11 and will
were stranded high and dry. Motts found them o.k. then extend at least until August 26.
The breaking of the main we went to the beach to look During; this time, farmers FORESTRYbyltichardSchrOPd I IIN
dike at !Moore Haven loosed for Mitch Edwards. Did not who leave a restricted pesticide r

OUTSIDE AID the flood waters of Lake find him, but from what we permit may purchase and II BRADFORD COUNTY County Forester
Okeechobee onto the town, could learn he is all right. use Lannate in pastures for I ITrees
I flooding the streets to a depthof "From what we saw, armyworm control. Lannate,
So int Needed Solutions 12 to 14 feet and entirely wrecked buildings and dead like any pesticide, should be
met .
e for covering houses in the lower bodies littering up the ground, used correctly and safely to have long been recog- condition. Therefore, the
sections. one could readily believe that get good control. nized for their role in soil and planting of trees and the
The causeway connecting Miami and the nearby towns Lannate should be appliedat water conservation, but only natural establishment of new
Miami with the Beach is were completely ruined and the rate of one to two pintsof in recent years has their forests ,is, doubly important.
The City and County have both A meeting was scheduled to be held normally six to ten feet above thousands of people killed. Lannate L ((1.8 Ibs of active importance in producing the
taken recent steps that seem logical in Wednesday night attended jointly by the water level of the bay. "Cyrus and I have been ingredient per gallon) or '4 to oxygen we breathe in and consuming Trees and plants, also absorb -

preparing to cope with problems that the City Council. City Bond Trustees, During the storm's height six busy every minute since the > feet of water rushed over the storm and we have the roof Lannate Soluble Powder per breathe out been realized. dioxide from the air, but over-
are big enough to require the attention and members of the public who were in- causeway.A back on the house where we acre. This material should be This transformation which doses of these pollutants will

of "outside" know-how to help solve terested enough to attend. Although letter received by his are staying. Of course, we did used in enough water to get means so much to animal and kill them Jensen says.

them. outcome of this meeting was not knownat family in Starke from Don not put it on alone we had good coverage of the grass. .human health, takes place in All this should be and
the time of this writing, it is hoped Hoover gave an interesting plenty of help, but we workedall The low rate should be used the leaves through the processof encouragement enough reason for
Faced with a March 15, 1978 deadline that a meeting of the minds was reachedso account ot what it is like to go the time and at times we for light infestations of worms photosynthesis, says Tony homeowners and landownersto
i through such a storm: were in the water up to our or on light or thin forage, and Jensen, Extension forester.
for completion of a sanitary landfill that that the city will have some directionin And that reminds should be plant a tree or establish a
"C>rus and I are still on belts. me the high rate used on Florida Cooperative Exten-
will meet the requirements of the moving to fulfill its obligation to earth and unhurt. The storm that all the clothes we have heavy infestations or heavy sion Service. patch mises.of woods on their pre-

Department of Environmental Regula- supply an adequate source of power for awakened Cyrus at about left are the britches shoes and forage. parkways Developers, and subdivisionswill of parks,
tion, the County Commission moved last its growing needs.Presumably 1215.: :; It was blowing quiteha shirts that we had on. Cattle and other livestock Photosynthesis is the food also do well to include
rd fastenedw "Neither of us had a must be removed from the manufacturing
and
s.o h/ got up process
Thursday to employ a registered sanita- trees in their
and but minute's sleep since the littlewe field before spraying and carried on plants plans, not only
this solution could be \\s doors it kept by whereby for the
tion engineer to design one that will increasing so fast that he be- got that night of the storm, there is a 7 day waiting period water absorbed by the roots amount of precious
meet specifications. This will include a floating another bond issue to purchase came uneasy and awakenedme before it started, and we are before grazing the field or and carbon dioxide taken oxvllen but also they because can manufacture, 0

study of the water table, designing another generator; updating its present about all in, but not one of us cutting of hay. from the air are combined to make they can

proper drainage structures for the equipment and modifying its switchgearto "We backed his Essex in this house got a scratch Best control is obtained form a simple sugar. As the livable any area, and more desirable beautiful -

landfill, designing the "cells" from which produce more power with the sedan in front of the door that for which we thank the Lord. when the armyworms are word "photo" implies, light Jensen ,
we thought was going to blowin "The people that are still small and before extensive supplies the energy. Oxygen is says.
it has
dirt will be removed to hold the waste generators already ; purchasingmore set the brakes and blocked living down here after this damage to the grass is done. given off as a byproduct.And In
the battle
material, and the construction of a two- power from Florida Power & Light the heels w ith stone so that It awful storm ought to try and This means that pastures and to clean up the

lane road and a fence barrier to keep out Co.; or effecting some tie-in with would stay in front of the door be better than they have been. hay fields should be checked how much oxygen do atmosphere to be,an trees ally.have been

stray animals and prevent erosion. another city that has a municipal plant. and protect it. About o'clock I know that I am going to do daily during this time to spot trees produce?Scientists have proven make the environment They healthy help'
the lights went out trees better. Neither- Cyrus nor I early Infestations. estimated that for every
Up until now, the difference of opinionon began to blow down and have a cent -our money blew pound of wood a tree produces much and our world in general a

Even though operation of a sanitary these possible solutions has been so windows blow in. away with our clothes. We Drought Problem ,it consumes almost two With these more being pleasant facts 'place.
landfill might sound like a simple matterto varied that "I 1 was trying to hold one of have some grub and plenty of Is FundedI pounds of carbon dioxide and. fancies Insteadof
no concrete has ,
planning the doors when it blew in drinking water, so we will get I understand that the releases about a pouira and a everyone should
the layman, it is highly complex whenit been accomplished. It is hoped that with carrying!: me with it. Someway along o.k. drought conservation pro- half of oxygen into the lAke a greater interest in trees

comes to meeting DER requirements, the advice and guidance of a long-time i Cyrus caught me and tore "I 1 am too tired to write gram for Bradford County and atmosphere to be breatnea oy and. whenever possible, plant

and the County Commission acted plant manager, with an impartial viewpoint me I louse from the door before more at this time, but will 34 other counties in North and man and animals. This one.

wisely in employing an engineer with some definite conclusions be I could be jammed against the write again and tell you more West Florida has now been becomes important, he adds,
can the destruction and loss announced and funded. This
about when
other side of the house. Wetried one considers that the
experience in this field to do the job. reached. Martin I
is to help GraduatesIn
life. drought-
of
to tie the doors and block .Don Hoover program average man consumes about
There time the windows but it was no use stricken farmers by cost- one pound of oxygen daily.: Fire Control |
The City Council also made a wise comes a when the growthof they kept blowing in and There were many more sharing up to 80 percent of the These same scientists have

move when it finally decided to call in a city or county makes it necessary to finally the roof blew do\\ nand harrowing details of the big cost of certain farm practices.The also estimated that an acre of August 10 Navy Fire

outside help in an advisory> capacity to call in outside help to solve its problems. we- were sure that the house hurricane of 1926 in the program is healthy well-managed trees Control Technician Third
This is expensive, of course, but may be was going( down too as it kept September issues of The administered by our county can supply the daily oxygen Class Jay L. Martin, son of
help seek a solution to its power the best if d.mcing a jig and rocking Telegraph in that year, but ASCS office located In the needs of 18 humans. Mr. and Mrs. Alan D. Martinof
the
money ever spent right
problems. back and forth. Cyrus and 1would I this is enough to remind those Agricultural Building In Route 3. Box 272 A. Starke
answers are found. who were living at that time, Starke. Farmers receive ,
have left the house but can However, only young and was graduated from Fire
the lady who owned it had two or to give those who have help In establishing vigorously growing trees can Control Technician SChool.
little children and we could never experienced a major permanent pastures, planting produce this amount of "
LQRI411 RKADfNb frJtttE' not leave them. We all got storm of this kind a faint idea temporary cover crops likerye oxygen, Jensen points out. Asa During the %23-weeK course
close to a door so that we could of'w hat it must have been like. ryegrass or clover, forest matures It becomes at the naval Training Center

SSyxfe jump out if the house began to. Florida has been fortunatein ., and less efficient as a producer of Great Lakes Ill, he received
N escaping the fury of a hurricane improvements of Instruction
Irrigation
(tLrtrgrap1r fall. excess oxygen, as more and on the electronic
v l ) Finally the wind( began to for about ten year now systems' and developing livestock more Is used by decaying weapons systems installed
Q / A0y grow less violent and at 5:30: it but with weather patterns apparently water to prevent. 0 vegatlve matter. and Increased aboard current U.S. warships
was just about gone. But 15 changing, some forecasters erosion.. res iratfon.-. Mature He studied the operating
JriTfay BUN( G fERG'JSON JOHN M. MILLER minutes later started up and are predicting that we The initial sign-up for 'this trees and old-growth forests principles and procedJres 01
/OW- PublishersIVH.s.'i.'d may once more be in the pathof program Is August 1528. radar, digital
for a little time seemed to may consume as much or
.. P.K-II t TlHiriJ.iv' .im" ) ,.iUHe as !st-corxl Class M.itter at the Post Office at ta.It1. f\a\ under blow just about twice as hardat one of these big blows. U to, Farmer who have suffered more oxygen than they related SS&
Aili'f, hewh( .< !'rt"J it had done the first tune. the congestion of populationnow l losses from the drought and produce.Thus, harvesting and used to control theft-Ingof

SiilfctHlK, |) '," ral...rjVaroa' $7pt>ryear' $4 so.menln". When this was over we went to on the East Coast and the .desire cost-share for these use of mature trees not only' guns missiles and torpedoes.
lut>"lflriti'.iri. $8 $450 density of homes and ;com'mercial practice should contact our and "'-. '
a per yev sic months.I a little stone house In Lemon keep our forests young,
"u. r-i! lk1!, Stake Fla City as it.was reported that ", buildings may. make .ASCS office as soon as possible vigorous but also keeps the A19911graduateofBradford
the damage! even worse than it before August 26. County High School, he Joined
another hurricane was on the environment in a healthy the Navy in
was in 1926. August 1976.
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1 Blaze Destroys Room In St. Mark'sQuick

B. T/A/
F. +Goodrich Belted

responses by a Fireman Cecil Crawford said which burns real fast," Craw "When I got home noticed historic 'landmark in Starkethe
neighbor and the Starke Fire the department was lucky to ford said. the lights were going dim and educational building also
Department Sunday morning limit the fire to just one up- the fan was running real slow held a place in the cities
helped to quickly control a fire stairs Sunday school room. The fire was discovered by then the street light flickeredand history. Bold Raised White Letters
in the educational building of "The building is old and Mable K. Jones, who lives we heard a loud pop" "The building was
St. Mark's Episcopal Church. made of fat-lightered pine next door to the church. Miss Jones said. originally a cotton gin,"Flynn
explained. "But it was movedto
The loud brought the the Racy Looking High Performance
----- -- pop present spot In the 1880's ****
whole Jones family out of bed and served as the original
church and the rectory,"
"We smelled smoke but we Flynn said.
thought it might be coming Flynn said the fire damagewas 70 60
i from the electric plant but contained to only one i
then we saw the .flames Sunday school room upstairsbut .
upstairs next door Miss there was smoke and Series Series
Jones said water damage in some of the iC r
other rooms. iC
: The electricity for the Jones While the fire will not hinderthe Wide Wide [
home comes from the same operation of the day school t
pole as the church which may Flynn said some other
have been the reason for the arrangements might have to
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W LOY Jone's lower power level. be made for Sunday school Style
Itrrl Q Firemen think the blaze classes.
II I II may have started in an Crawford said the fire iC
Ij I electrical circuit in the up- department had the flamesout *
j stairs room. within 10 minutes after .
I they arrived but spent another ., Most Sizes In Stock Compare Prices
I Father John Flynn said his hour clearing out the hot
first reaction when he saw the spots.
I fire was relief. Flynn said the room and its
"Mrs. Jones next door said content were destroyed but 60 Series Radials AvailableWe
the church was on fire and plans are already underway to
when I saw it was the educa- restore the room. The fire
tional building I was relieved. department estimated the
There's no way we could damage between $8,000 and Also Have Mug Wheels.
r replace the church, they don't 10000.
build them like that any- "Miss Jones and the fire
I e more" Flynn said. department really helpedsave
I While St. Mark's Church is a the church," Flynn said Hurry drive lllTodayf..

Highland Sawmill Victim of Fire


I F.M. Herndon's sawmill at having purchased another
Highland was the target for a mill which he will move to his
A CHARRED BIBLE AND SUNDAY SChOOL BOOK direct hit by lightning about present site.
These two books offer evidence of the intense heat in the Sunday morning fire at St. Marks 9:30: p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 4, The loss was estimated at Goodrich
Episcopal. and was completely destroyedby around $10,000. with no insurance BE: rwere
j 1 fire with the exception of coverage. He says
two large motors which were insurance is too expensive to
jI & Mrs. carry on this type of operation -
I Herndon started his ,and would cost over$200 the other guysSEA
I, sawmill business 30 years ago a month in premiums.
and has operated it The Bradford County and
continuously with the Lawtey Volunteer Fire VIC TIRE SERVICE
exception of several years Departments helped fight the
when he was employed at fire and were instrumental in Corner Walnut & Hwy 16 Starke
another job. He built his pre-- saving the two motors and
sent mill about ten years ago keeping the blaze from IVlon-Fri 7:3O To 6OO Sat 7:30 To 4:30 Ph: 9648801:
and plans to be back in spreading to his large stock-
I .J I business around September 1, pile of cypress lumber.

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FIRE HITS ST. :\\KKS EDUCATION BUILDINGA
Sunday morning fire at St. :Marks Episcopal Church did between 18,000 and 10.000 damage to
an upstairs Sunday School room.
Father John Flynn reported that none of the contents of the burned room could be salvaged but
the fire would not hinder operation of the church's day school here.



Communications May Be Hitch



In Hampton Fire Dept. OperationIs (


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there really a Hampton starts the trucks three times a "We can t answer a lire call _
Volunteer Fire Department? week and keeps the tanks full unless we receive: one," Davis F
Hampton Tire Chief George of water said.Davis
Davis says yes. County Davis said that most of the said the problem in
I. Commissioner George problems he experiences are Hampton is the policeman is
Roberts says yes but it's not in communications. only part time and the
functional.At "It's long distance for department can't keep a man II
a recent: commission people to call Starke Sheriff. in the fire station all the timeso Ill '
meeting Roberts mentionedthat Fire Emergency, (964-6161)) so there is no place for the ''
the Hampton fire depart. they either call the Waldo fire residents to call and alwaysget 'l11 I I II n
ment was no longer active, a department or 911," Davis someone.
comment that caught some said. Sheriff Dolph Reddish said
Hampton residents off guard. Robert Foster, chief jailerfor that a 911\ number for Brad
"I don't see how they can the county and man who ford County had been dis
{I''I!' call us inactive; our trucksrun answers the sheriff's line cussed at one time but no .,,;.'.,'.1'0'/l'/l,:....\'..,'.'';...i,:"0'';:;,'il''.::,:,;. '.,;::.:,(',".,1'0"' ,',.;' ":',';''I,.,"':!i,',"" ,.;
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said. Alachua County Sheriff'sOffice 11 I
Hampton Councilman direct line for the people in
"What I've heard is they which is supposed to Hampton and Brooker to call
haven't been responding to contact the Bradford County the sheriff's office would cost
fire their pumps don't work, Sheriff's department so be the fire the county around $70 a month Here's an interesting fact about home .30% on cooling costs if your house is fully
can paged.
their trucks don't run and plus a $40 installation fee.
there was no way they could Davis and other members fo Norman said to have such a insulation.In air-conditioned. Multiply the savings by all
the department have
respond to a fire Roberts pagers line Continental, North

said.Davis said he doesn't know which are office.controlled If there from is thesheriff's a Florida would and be Bell used.Telephonelines Norman cold climates up North, it's used to the years you're going to live in your home

where information Roberts on the got Hampton his sheriff's fire the pagers office gets beep a call until from the added month it to would set up take such at a least line.a keep heat in the home. Here in Florida, we and you could wind up with very respect

department. one members.of the department Davis said that during the can use the same insulation to keep heat able savings.To .
"They've never been out winter the department responded -

want here to to come check down anytime w e'II start they the Davis communications said the solution problem for only three to of about the calls 11 calls were and in out of the home. So Florida Power &. Light find out more, stop in at any FPL

pumps the trucks" Davis and said.test the would residents be could for a call local and number reach said the city the of department Hampton. Davis has wants you to know more about it. office for our free booklet on" home insula
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Davis explained the depart the sheriff without having to received no calls since the When do FPL thinks
tion.
ment has hired a man who call long distance. spring.to Because it can help you save money. you you'll be

Consider, for example, the effective R-19 convinced that home insulation can be of

I Gainesville Man Arrested In Tire TheftA level of insulation. If you have it properly great help in. keeping your electric bills

Gainesville man was rested and charged with the Starke '
investigators. installed the attic could to down.
,j arrested there in connectionwith : theft of the tires valued at Investigators said they soon in you save up .
the June 7 robbery of 82 2050. The men charged were found the tires had been removed -
trailer tires from the Starke 27-year-old Junior Hodge, of from the home centeron
Home Center located on N. Rt. 1 1. Box 98A. High Springs four different occasions I Temple Ave. and 28-year-old Michael Ray May 12. May 19. May 24 and ... .
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Jessie Anthony Bracewellwas Vause. of Kt. 1, Box 321 May 26, with about 20 tires = =I ::. -:' .. ,
arrested charged ith Gainesville. taken on each date. .. ., I I "'... : ,
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division of Guerdon Industries Ocala .. FLORIDA POWER A LIGHT COMPANY "j.h.t"
to Starke on each date and sold to ., p. n. r iT.j *.( '''1
investigators.The reported the tires a salvage yard there. The two I -.
tires have not yet been missing to Starke police and men were paid a total of$2,000 ;"',' ..'..,{..,.:.,:\..- .' i ./,.. ......,.,' ..'..,_So .,'
recovered.On said he thought they must for the tires. ,1'j. !V'> .. '. .:" .. I" 'I" '. '\ .
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of the home center were art previous weekend according theft is continuing. "
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Abide By Bargaining: Ruling, City Told In Circuit Court t tCity



electrical I workers have The City of Starke must plaintiff's petition to have the compromise, the arbitrator eight percent retroactive to around the aspect that the city comply with Florida Statute decision was sent to both the ,
got their eight percent pay abide by an arbitrator's city abide by the ruling ruled the city should give October 1, 1976.According could not be bound by the 447 In replying within 10 days city and the IBEW, and the ;,
raise, held up since the decision in negotiations between reached by an arbitrator after electrical workers an eight to the attorney decision of an arbitrator with in the positive or negative. IBEW waited until the desired "h
summer of 1976,after a circuit the city and the contract negotiations in public percent pay raise. The city for the IBEW, Rod Smith of approval of the Starke City[ The city presented a letterto period of time before it went to f.
court ruling last Thursday International Brotherhood of bargaining between IBEW refused, and IBEW took, the Gainesville,the case basically Council. The plaintiffs case that effect to the judge, but the city for enforcement of the ,'_
afternoon Aug. 11. Electrical Workers (IBEW, and the city came to an case to court to force the cityto revolved around two Florida centered around the fact that there was no proof that the arbitration ruling. I"j
ruled Circuit Judge' Wayne M. impasse. comply statutes, which state the the city was bound. letter had ever been mailed or According to Attorney ',J
The decision still awaits the Carlisle. The IBEW, repre IBEW had asked a 10 per The judge granted the manner in which labor Deciding factor in the case received by anyone in the Smith "The city sat on its t!
official signature of the judge senting the city's electrical cent pay raise for city IBEW petition to have the city relations impasses are to be seemed to be the fact that the IBEW. thumbs and never did anything j j.!
and the city still has the optionof workers, got its long-awaited electrical workers; the city Increase! the rwv scale of the conducted.The city, once receiving the letter The city and the IBEW with IBEW" as far as i it 1
appealing the case. hearing and the judge granted offered five percent. In a city electrical!=. workers by city's case revolved from the arbitrator did not reached an impasse during notifying them. This state- :
negotiations during the ment refers to the letter that
summer of 1976, and in was never mailed. ;
I Use Of FairgroundBuilding ForFunctionsUrged CC VPUse September, it was decided "Can the city do nothing and .
By '
that an arbitrator would be then say we didn't know what ;
used to solve the impasse. we were doing?"asked Smith. :
Hence Alfred Goodman, arbi According to the attorney
of the building at the ors. Use of the building wouldbe Mrs. Spengler said. Rental of Reporting on the constrUCt which also will include tennis problems he has yet to solve. trator,and the last man on the for the''' defense, Jesse t
Bradford County Fairgroundfor free of charge except for the armory for a dance costs tion of two softball diamondson courts, volleyball courts, The oounty has promised to scratch-off list, brought his Wolbert, the city
public functions by clubs cleanup.The $125, for instance. the city's industrial park on shuffleboard courts and more. haul clay for the ball services to the city of Starke commission acted under the I'
and civic groups (is being Edwards Road, Wilson told diamonds. Wilson said he will and the IBEW. statute and reflected' the proposal
encouraged by Bill Wilson' matter came up when Wilson then offered the fairgrounds the governors work should A bull dozer provided by the oversee the project for the James Franklin Osteen, of the arbitrator ,
executive vice-presidenl of Mrs. Pat Spengler mentionedthe buildings free of begin within two weeks. The Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Chamber, but that no negotiator and assistant unanimously and then referred .
the Chamber of Commerce."We need for a community charge, saying it is his feeling chamber undertook sponsor Center will do the initial Chamber funds will be business manager for the the item to the city
center which young people that the buildings should be ship of the project two months clearing of the site, Wilson involved. IBEW. felt that both parties attorney for further action. ,
want people to use the could use. Prices of local utilized.He ago. Plans announced by said. Trees need to be pushed Expansion of the vo-tech were bound by any statementby
buildings," Wilson said at last semi-public buildings such as down, and the site leveled and center is requiring that the the arbitrator, as just be According Judge Carlisle, r.
Thursday's meeting of the the armory and woman's club got no argument from Wilson include eventually graded.The Softball diamonds now in backof fore the negotiations began, everything done in the causeof
any member of the board of! building a recreation complexon biggest cost will be the school off Edwards arbitrator Goodman asked if the proceeding was "four
chamber's Board of Govern are high for young people governors. the industrial[ park site poles and a fence, Wilson said Road be moved. both parties would be square" except for the
obligated, and Osteen said rejection of the arbitrator's

I Resident Says Pine Forest Apts. Are "Falling Apart"Charges both City agreed.Clerk Merrill Edwards, proposal.If the proposal Is not
negotiator for the city, said rejected with the rejectionsent
the council never gave him the to the IBEW within the
that the new Pine apartments any time they said, explaining that the tubs repaired, Mrs. Smith added. was favorably impressed, she Rent starts at $133, plus authority to bind the city, he specified. days, then it is
Forest Apartments on West wish. All they need do is cal are one..piece moulded plastic said utilities, and goes up to a never had the impression he deemed as being accepted.This .
Madison Street ore "falling Floors are sinking and bath costing about $130 each. The' The apartments, built undera All 50 units of the I..i;, and 3 maximum of $250 per month could bind the city, and he was the only thing that
apart" were made to the tubs are coming away from tubs have settled in some $700,000 Farmer's Home bedroom apartments are for a 3-bedrrom unit, doesn't ,ever remember didn't absolutely follow, said
Starke city commission the wall, Ballard told the city instances, but it is the tub itself Adminstration loan, have rented at present, Mrs. Smith depending on a person's making any binding state Judge Carlisle, and for that
Tuesady night by a resident of council. and not the floor settling, been inspected by FHA with a said, adding if she had the 30 adjusted gross: income, Mrs. ment with the arbitrator. reason, the application for
the complex. Mickey Ballard. Contacted Wednesday she added. favorable reaction, Mrs. additional units now she could Smith said. Anyone earningover After the arbitration was compliance with the arbitration
Ballard suggested the city morning, the manager of the Some tubs have come away Smith said. An FHA have them all rented. $15,600 per year adjusted completed, a statement of the ruling was granted.
might want to withhold federally funded apartment from the wall from ia-Inch to representative from Washington The apartments are gross income is not eligible to
approval of the additional 30 complex, said Ballard has not an inch, she said. When that D.C. came down to federally) subsidized housing rent oneof the apartments, More About Lunrl Il............... '.1
rental units the owners, D. S & complained to her. Residents happens the cracks are inspect the apartments and for middle income persons. !Mrs. Smith added.
N (Davis, Sabis, and Nadau) in the complex have had
of Gainesville have application nothing but compliments on thusiastic about the projectand ? miles west of Keystone
in for across SIt-1W from the apartments, Mrs. Smith Starke Man, 19 Gets Months In UC Burglary about Williamson himself Heights.
l the present units. said denying the apartmentsare DER has been pushing the The county has also asked
Ballard suggested that the falling apart. Johnny David Sumner, Jr., Judge Benjamin M. Tench in Louis Varnes in the Johnstown Tench gave Sumner a three county for the past two years the City of Starke for per-
oity might want to withhold "Of course there have been 19, of Starke was sentenced to circuit court in Lake Butler.He section of Union County year sentence,then suspendedall to complete its solid waste dis mission to locate a dumpsteron
approval of the additional 30 things we've gone back and nine months in prison and two Sumner, who had earlier but nine months and made posal system.At the Old Lawtey Road at the
rental: units until the existing done, like in any house," Mrs. years and three months pro was arrested along with pled guilty to burglary of a the remainder of the term site of the old city dump.
units have been inspected by Smith said. "We spent money bation Monday for a Travis Clayton Norman, 29, dwelling, asked the judge .'o probation. Sumner's sentence this point, along with People still pile garbage at the
t tfie city, constantly to improve the December 1976 burglary in and Mary Rachel Norman, 18, be lenient, saying that he had will be credited with the 75 bringing the new central landfill gate to the old city dump, now
apartments.The Union County. both of Lawtey for breakingand given up drinking and lound a days he has served in the at KH up to standard, the closed under the new state
The manager of the apart bathrooms of the apart Sumner was sentenced by entering the home of job. county jail. next steps are to regulations.The _
ments, Beany Smith, said the ments are one of the features compete the last three of five Brownlee Road site is
city is welcome to iaspect the residents like best,Mrs. Smith compacting and dumping the only place other than the
AAA Urges Motor Safety For Upcoming School> Year stations central landfill where garbageis
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MIKE MITCHELL 1 "Kids, kids, and more kids Mr. Rodoir explained that patrol member, and obey percent of all pedestrian acci three sites is the Brownlee Elsewhere garbage is '
1 -it can only mean that school the beginning of school is an school zone speed limits as dents annually" Hood section where the dump hauled daily to the cr-*-41!
has started once again," exciting time for most young well as the directives of adult !Mr. Rodolf concluded by near the Union County line has landfill and covered daily.
VAR HEYL LINCOLN MERCURY INC. remarked John Rodolf, sters, and adults crossing guards." asking for a cummunitywideeffort been set for closing. The The county is building the
I I Director of Traffic & Safety must be thereforei lookout, in tackling the county is looking for land any new landfill system with a
I 2201 N. Main St. Gainesville Fla. I Affairs, of Peninsula Motor The AAA spokesman pedestrian problem. "Remind where in that section for a $200,000 loan from the
.. I Club AAA. "The beginning "Children are active, Inquisitive stressed the motorist's role in yourself that school crossingand compactor site. Farmer's Home Ad i j
, 72.4251 fJIl'l :o'I.! 372.4251 1 of the academic year is tradi and impetuous, and never helping to keep kids safe. advance warning signsare ministration.TRAVELADVEIHUR. k
W It'I :. I tionally the starting point for miss an opportunity to explore now back in use again. There will also have to be a
I I the School's Open Drive something that interests them "Newcomers to school are compactor site built at i
I Carefully campaign. And it even if it means venturinginto coping for the first time with Responsible motorist Hampton. There was a dump
"More Cars For Mora People I presents each and every the street. As a result, be the responsibility of crossing behavior is the most impor at Hampton, but it was the EDUCATION f.
I streets. And unfortunately, tant step towards and first in the to be closed
motorist with a safe driving especially careful when you county
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L Than Anyone Else"/ Tl challenge." see an orange-belted safetyNOTICEOF [ accident-free school year. under state pollution control Kelly Navy
.. ________________ _________, statistics bear out the fact that regulations. Hampton residents Recruiting Station Starke ;
,'children under fifteen years of Let's work together -we can now have to travel to the Monday 10 A.M. TII 2 P.M.. '
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I AIR PARK BAPTIST FIRST METHODIST SMYRNA! .tAl TIS1 CHURCH
The CHURCH CHURCH Elder T.C.Williams
Churchmen
inter
: Elizabeth G. Walker Sunday Greater 5:30: Bethlehem p.m. HYPU.Freewill Living God on August 21 at 8 ML Pisgah A.M.E. Church: nationally known trio will be Rev. O.D.Brook "On the search for a
Phone
964-6683 Baptist Church: Monday p.m. The public is invited to Wednesday night choir singing in the Starke Church Orange Street Sunday: Church School for friendly church?"

t SENIOR night of each week cleaning attend this gospel fest. Come rehearsal 8 p.m. Sunday of God. 422 N. St. Clair St. this all ages 9:45 a.m.; Morning
, The Strand CITIZENS Senior Citizens night. Tuesday night Prayer one.comeall and left: enjoy the School 10 a.m.: Morning Sunday August 21, at the 11 SUNDAY,: Sunday School 10 Worship (Nursery provided) Welcome to Smyrna
Worship 11 a.m. a.m.; Worship Service 11 tl .
Lord in Psalms. a.m. service I
a.m- __
_
. I '7:30 :
Meeting,
:
j met Wednesday night and p.m.
" .i Ebenezer Baptist Church Free Canaan: Prayer a.m.; Evening Worship p.m.- SUNDAY: Sunday School
Wednesday night 7:30: choir : The Churchmen MADISON
. enjoyed a wonder activity. are con- WEDNESDAY ST BAPTISTRev.
Meeting Tuesday Prayer 10
\ Tuesday night Bible Study night 7:30: a.m., Worship Service 11
< Mrs. Olie Mae Cummings was rehearsal. Thursday night 7:30 Tarrying Service Friday night sidered among the best in Service 7 p.m.ALLEN. Charles R. Swartz a.m., B.T.S., 5:45: p.m.:,
honored guest. The Story lour, a t the church 7:30: : p.m. Prayer Meeting Gospel music groups. They
group 7:30. pastor.
: Sunday School
10 a.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m.
Thursday night 7:30.: Friday -
sang "Happy Birthday" to p.m. Sunday is Pastoral Day come to us from Cincinatti -- -
,
The is vacation. night 7:30: Business Meeting, Morning Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Sunday School 9:45: All visitors are warmly.
her. Cake and punch were pastor on Ohio and they travel through.
Sunday School 9:30 B.T.U. Evening Worship 7:30.: CHAPEL Morning 11 welcotlc\J.] ..___.__
served. There are three or Sunday School 9:30: a.m., : 5 Greater Allen out the nation presenting the a.m., Worship
I?<. more on the birthday list for Morning Worship 11 a.m. pm. Evening Worship 6:30.: Church ChapelA.M.E. gospel of Christ in songs.iu/e/ A.M.E.CHURCH a.m., Children's Worship 11 STAKKE
i next month. Dinner will be served at 12:30.: New Bethel: Prayer : Tuesday "The Friendly Church" a.m., Church Training 6:15: CIIUKCIIOKGOD
I Every Senior Citizen is Evening Worship 6pm. Meeting and Bible Study 7:30.: night Prayer Meeting and cordially invite the public to 749 Pine St., Starke p.m., Evening Worship 7:30: Rev.M.E. Drake
Class this
attend sln
invited to attend these Visitors are welcome. Sunday school 9:30: B.T.U. 6pm. meeting. Sunday School soiration. Itev. R.G,Ileastie, Pastor p,m.
10 a.m., Morning Host Pastor M.E. Drake.
. 1 activities. Plans are in the First Born Church: Tuesday a.m. Choir Union 3 Worship 11 Nursery provided for all Sunday: Sunday School, 10
making for games to be night 7:45: Prayer Service. SUNDAY: Sunday' School services. a.m.; Morning Worship 11
played in the next meeting Friday night 7:45: Tarrying Obituaries m.Card Of ThanksWe 9:30: a.m., Morning Worship. TuesdayBible Study 10 a.m.; Evening Worship 7

. which will be Wednesday, Service. Sunday School 10:30.: 11 a.m., Evening Worship, 5 a.m. ___| 'pm.
..". Sept. 15. Morning Worship 11:30.: Home wish to take this We wish to. express our p.m., first Sunday only: love KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Wednesday Family
,' I\ the Concerned Citizens of Mission, 6 p.m. Y.P.C.W. or Mrs. Nina Sanders 55 opportunity to thank all of our deepest gratitude to all our feast 7:30: p.m. Friday before Rev. Paige Bowman Training Hour 7:30: p.m.

i-.: Bradford County will meet exchange service with friends and neighbors for their friends and relatives for the first Sunday SUNDAY: Sunday School, )Friday: Prayer Meeting

.1 August 23, at Greater Allen Gainesville Church. Mrs. Nina E. Sanders 55.\ of many prayers kind flowers food and cards of Bethel baptist Church 10 a.m.; Morning Worship 11 7:30: p.m.UNITED.

;1 i" Chapel A.M.E. Church at 7 Pleasant Grove Church: Starke died Thursday remembrances lovely sympathy during the loss of Russell Davis, Pastor a.m.; Church training 6:30: ----

;\ p.m. All interested citizens Every first and second morning, August 11, followinga flowers and food during our our beloved husband father Sunday School 10 p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: PENTECOSTAL

i\ and members are asked to be Monday night Young Junior long illness. recent bereavement.The and grandfathE'r.A Morning Worship 11 am...; pm. CHURCHRev.
\ present. All citizens are askedto Choir rehearsal, 7:30: p.m. Born April 1:1. 1922 In Union special thanks to Archer Evening ; ; WEDNESDAY: Mid-Week O.L.Wells
Worship 7:30
become a member of the Every Tuesday night Young S.C., Mrs. Sanders lad livedin family of Lettie B. Tanner Funeral Home for Wednesday Prayer: Meeting p.m.; Prayer Service 7:30: p.m. 204 N. Water St.
: Concerned Citizens group for Junior Choir rehearsal. Starke since 1945.She was a Crawford their kindness to us. 7:30: ---- SUNDAY\/ : Sunday School

a donation of $1 per year. The Wednesday night 7:30: Prayer member of the First Christian -The Johnny Bennett familyIN p.m.-_ 10a.m.; Worship services11
.
ST.MARK'S
I' membership committee Meeting. Thursday night Church. MEMORYIn CALVARY BAPTIST EPISCOPALRev. a.m., and 7pm.WEDNESDAY.
members are asked to make a Bible Study 7:30: p.m. Sunday She is survived by her CARD OF THANKSWe CHURCHJim .John Flynn : Bible
at the School 10:00: a.m. Lovefeast 3 mother, Mrs. V.E. SUNDAY: 8:30: a.m. Holy
j report meeting August loving memory of our Black, Pastor Eucharist Study 7:30: p.m.
23. p.m.ML (Margaret) Howard. mother Margarett Albert 0> ; 10 a.m, Morning FRIDAY Young People's

Morlah: Tuesday night Funeral services were held the family of the late McCloud who passed away SUNDAY: Sunday School, Prayer.TUESDAY Service; 7:30: p.m.! _
CHURCH NEWS 7:30: Prayer Meeting. Saturday afternoon August mother Daisy Mae Jones, August 14, 1974. We will never 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship : 9:30: a.m.
God's Miracle Church: Wednesday night choir 13, in the DeWitt C. Jones would like to thank all of our forget the precious moments 11 a.m.: Evening Worship, 7 Prayer Group in Church ever,
Building.
Sunday School 10 a.m., rehearsal. Morning worship 11 Funeral Home chapel with many friends and neighborsfor that we had together here day p.m.: Wed. Services 7:30: p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTISTRev.
Morning a.m. The United Methodist Rev. Ben P. Bryant, pastor of ----
11
Worship a.m., all the cards flowers, by day and are striving to ---- Roman Alvarez
Evening Worship 7:30: meet 3pm.First the First Baptist Church, and and in
p.m foods other acts of meet you .that heavenly FIKST ASSEMBLY OF PINE GROVEMETIIODISTCIIURCH SUNDAY: Sunday School.
Born Church The Rev. James C. of
Love
Prayer Band Meeting Mondayat : pastor kindness shown during the home.
Excelsiors Gospel Singers of the First Christian Church GOD 10 a.m.; Worship 11 a.m.;
,
7:30
: p.m. Thursday night bereavement of loved
our one. Rev. Ben L. Coleman
"The Happy Church Bible Study 6:30: p.m.;
Jacksonville will be Burial in
officiating.
appearingat was
Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Elmore Cannon and
Friday night Bible Study, the First Born Church of the Crosby Lake Cemetery. -The family sisters HWY.. leatWeldonSt.Starke SUNDAY: Sunday School. Evening WEDNESDAY Worship:7 p.m.Prayer

-- SUNDAY: Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship Service, 7:30: p.m.

I On sale Thursday 10 a.m.r; Morning Worship 11 11 a.m.; Evening Services
1 "ft's faxtI E GLE a.m.; Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. --------

I I MM? laaru.uW ciMirrm Friday and Saturday! 6G'WEDNESDAY THURSDAY : Prayer GRACEPTISTCIIUU'II

nun LlLoa..; : Youth Meeting 7:30:: ..p m_ Hwy 100A South

I t [UUMHMMky? arktl pric.-- meeting 7 p.m.; Bible Study SUNDAY : Bible School. 10
L ; tAN..MfAIWDI ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC
I are p.m.Pastor a.m. ; Worship 11 a.m.;
I en angered '.. r Robert Harden Training Union. 7 p.m. .
1 specheS art Welcome one and all! .. Rev.Patrick II. Foley Evening Worship. 8 p.m..

---- WEDNESDAY: Prayer
FIRST CHRISTIAN Masses: Saturday 7 p.m., Meeting 7:30: p.m. "A church
CHURCH Sunday 11 a.m., Monday 7 where everybody is

Prices smashed Jim Love Minister p.m., Tuesday 8:30: a.m., somebody."
I Wednesday 6:30: p.m., SSSri

SUNDAY: Sunday School Thursday 8:30: a.m., first FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
9:45: a.m.; morning service Friday ofmonth, 8:30: a.m":: Rev Ben Bryant

10:45: .; youth group fi Confessions: Monday 6 p.m. SUNDAY: Sunday School.

before school p.m. ; evening worship 7 6:45 Parish: p.m.Council, or upon request._ 9:45 a.m.; Morning Worship

i I Super savings opens p.m.; Choir practice 8 p.m. fourth Monday of each Meetings month. lla m.; Church Training ft1:!
WEDNESDAY Bible
: Evening Worship 7)0::)
p.m.;
'f rZI __ Altar Society Meetings _
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Study, BomFIRST
SAVE 20% ____ 1st Monday!. .. of each month. p.m.WEDNESDAY: Hour of

C -I) SPIRAL It JUST LOOK AT THE PRESBYTERIAN ease MORGAN Power, 7:30: p.m.

SCHOOL I SAVINGS ON THESE CHURCH ROAD

THEME Boos t POLYESTER SLACKSI! Dr. Jack Hand, minister BAPTISTSUNDAY Telephone indexes by Bates
PAck : Sunday School
;jQI + i' / 4 10 a.m., Morning/ Worship and THE OFFICE SHOP. Ph. 9S1-
{ 5.88 SUNDAY Sunday :School
I j \ Q.LL SA VE38% Services for the Deaf,.!( a.m., 5764
1 0 9:30: Morning Worship,
: \\ l7)@J mt7B \\ BRIEF FOLDERS weea.dI 0 DISCOUNT,MICI WAS 7sa 11 a.m. Training Union 6-30: p.m. Eaton stationary THE
y Evening
\ MULTIPACK69c Worship, 7:30: p.m.
B@)@). TN. to top uaUty| / ml THURSDAY : Choir WEDNESDAY: Mid-week OFFICE SHOP Ph. 964.5764
Q rock bottom "pricol 100% practice 7:30: p.m.
y c-: knit f.ar to, Prayer Service 7:30: p.m.
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9T SAVE 38% / ootora. Sam lightly"' ir.ratutor .
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,I I SAVE 200LLOYD'S CRAYONS CRAVOLA PAPERMATE FLAIR PEN VALUE PLUS! -; zs.a.I LEGAL NOTICESDepartment J

: Crayol oxaf BLACK SLUE MEN'S CASUAL SHIRTS ,i I
CALCULATOR I
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,; = 12.88 44cWASJ. 33cSAYE33 PBICI DISC 4.96LlfMwoigM f ,

f S u..hriunctlon.. including. tJ WASSSC gMllo-tlko fabric 4 NOTICEJulius aforesaid statute.
..........,. With .......... -' Illmlt 21 w/long sic...hi 8 M.LJIL. lawtey Correctional 'Institution
Donald Hurst owner
will accept bids through close of
D. Eunice will not be business September 15th, 1977, Dated this 18th day of August
I V /' SUPER BUYS responsible for debts incurred by 'for the removal of used kitchen A.D. 1977 at Starke, Florida.
\ I IMEN'S other than myself. 8/18 4tpd 918NOTICE
\ BLUEDENIMSHORTS anyone grease for the period September
0 Julius D. Eunice 30 1977, through June 30th,
PrniIE '1 ASST.STYLES, "' ,%0.a1z352rss 210 N. St. Oar St. 1978. Copies of the Invitation to
11 1 1I Starke, Ra. 32091 OF INTENTIONTO
Bid may be obtained from the
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: II I I' 1 ck REGISTER
: Purchasing Agent Lawtey
: .44 8/18 4tchg 9/8/ FICTICIOUS NAME
?;.a : yS. Correctional Institution, P.O. '
866.09Florida
--- Pursuant to Section
--. .-: k wEREAAr Box 229 Lawtey. FL. Phone
PA 7823811. Statutes notice is hereby -
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SAVE 3.00 SAVE 18%? given that the undersigned
SAVE 111.GAL. % MEN'S/BOYS' JOGGERS Notice is hereby given that the
Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Milligan. 1 1012
I HAIR DRYER/STYLER PRESTONE II QT. 10W-30 MOTOR OIL DISC. Y YVALUEPLU8f Bradford County Planning and Butler Road Starke Florida;
88
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"RIC_ Zoning Board, the designatedLocal NOTICEI
business under the
32091. doing
WAS- 9.88 3.44: 2Rs1 Nylon upon*, orltHudo. 1.' Planning Agency for Brad- I, Charles J. Schaefer, Mayor- firm name of "MINI-GOLF
.Moifi T.boys'**. MEN'S SOLID ford County and the Commissioner of the CIty of
Pro 1200 wan model/ wlourMoling Provonlt corrooton In your Nigh dvlorgont, holp kMp 3 COURSE 2000< ) N. Temple
cooling. ) po.II........ cooling.,...m,...'OUfIdltar! your etc running smoothly. COLOR DRESSVALUE Municipalities of Brooker Starke, Florida by virtue of the Avenue Starke. Bradford
i SPORT SHIRT u Hampton and Lawtey will hold Authority vested to 'law
me by ,
S. M, L. XL. /- MEN'S DENIM JEANS County Florida, 32091, intends
public hearings on the 9th and do hereby call a First Primary
t" said fictitious name
2.9i Dlea.S 94 23rd days of August 1977, at Election to be held at the Fire register
7:30 p.m.. In the County Station In the foresaid: City by incise the provisions of aforesaid
DISC.PRICE\
: ,1 Wnmnntntt awttm, rolnfofoadlltohlng. Commission Chambers County qualified voters on Tuesday statute.
.4 pockot*.2S-M. Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Milligan ,:
nV se Courthouse Starke Florida. September 13 1977 A.D.. for ,'
: I The purpose of the hearings Is to the purpose of electing the owners
SAVE 11%
SAVE 10% receive public comment on the following officers: Dated this 28th day of July:
I 4 BOYS' BLUE proposed Land Use Plan element CITY CLERK, TWO YEARS A.D. 1977 at Starke. Florida.

\ I BASKETBALL SHOES C- DENIM CUT- covering/ the unincorporated POLICE CHIEF, TWO YEARS 7/284tcht 8/18
-..... 0 t OFFS.k area of Bradford Countyand ONE COMMISSIONER, GROUP
SAVE ZOO 'UPERlUY' % 2.64 l, 3.44W1M the Incorporated areas of 2, TWO YEARS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT

CASSETTE RECORDER LOCK ASSORTMENT LIGHTER/FREE SHAVER ....... ........ m...'. 7-11 Brooker, Hampton and Lawtey. ONE COMMISSIONER, GROUP EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF
102. >M Copies of the proposed plan 4, TWO YEARSINSPECTORS
WCP.CUP Q boy av-* youth ? FLORIDA IN AND
= 17.88 8C 83C :
A 4 .i may be viewed at the Zoning FOR BRADFORD COUNTY

Sull'-, eondn mlk.bottorloo Choooo .long or short nock Ol Via .hit r fr.. wllhpurchM Bradford County FOR SAID
,oorphono, AC cord.8AYE .. combination tack or padlock. *o
VALUE PLUS, VALUE PLUSISTYROFOAM Town Halls of Brooker, CASE NO.77.:324:
Hampton and La Mey. Both ELLA MAE CHASTAIN

written and oral comments are ANNIE P. HOLTON
BATTERY. In The ''
re:
I Marriage of REMER'
\ OPERATED 30 QUART VALUE PLUS! welcome. RUBY HOWELL CREWS
husband and MAMIE
ICE CHES I PEGGY SHALLER .
GARDEN 3tcbg 7/21 8/4, 8/1B LEE CREWS wife.NOTICE .
SHeARS VALUE PLUS! BOYS NAVY ANN WOODS
1.97
rDISC. DENIM JEANS OF SUIT
9.98 .MICE ". NYLON POLO SHIRTS SIZES S-1S SHELUE GERLE' NO PROPERTYTO

Dl8C.MICR MEN'S WORK SHOES NOTICE OF INTENTION TO BARBARA VAUNSKI : MAMIE LEE CREWS'
r BA VE 32% 8 94Wnuln. sic[ 2 .96 4.94 1' PURCHASE UNDER BULK KENNETH STRUTH (Address Unknown)

I r VALUE MUSI Y MK MM!piec....collar. ,buner.sdpocket. DISC MICE 4 SALES LAW TO ALL IRMA BUFORDALTERNATES YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat

. i'l ADJUSTABLE SAVE UP TO 25% INSULATED thGALLON .000dyw u.It.onen..llon. A..L c./or.SML.SAVE PERSONS HAVING CLAIMSOR art action for dissolution of
.S" lush, 1.12. ) FOR SAID
DEMANDS AGAINST marriage has been
'I a HI.INTENSITY HANGER ASSORTMENT PICNIC JUG 1PQ VALUE PLUS filed against
DESK LAMP ELECTION: / you and you are
required to
. \. wine UPCnooo 660 4 1.00 WOMCN l 'a1 BOYS'TEESWCONTRAST LEIGHTON MATHEWS DBA MARGARET WILUAMS serve a copy of your written

5.96 a Irouoor, a tklrl, WAS IA? NOVELTY, SMLWOMEN'S M and G TEXACO MRS. R.O. DANSBY defenses if any to it, on theplaintiff'
TOPS
, r DISC.PIIICI 4 drooo or a owl kangon. TRIM, Ft M attorney, whose name
196 66 The undersigned intend to In Testimony whereof I hereunto and address is

purchase In bulk the nock of subscribe my name and DUDLEY P. HARDY, Esq.
VALUE nuslFLUORESCENT SAVE 10% good wars or merchandaa ate: the Seal! of the town to be PIerce & Hardy P.A.

3-PK. YELLOW BAVC 12% and/or the business fixture or hereunto affixed this th*2nd day P.O. Drawer 1030

TENNIS BALLS equipment used In connectionwith : of August. 1977. A.O. Stark. Florida. 32081
DESK LAMP, FROM ENGLAND .. WOMEN'S WEDGIES that certain business or CharteJ.SchaferMaycrComrniaaioner and file the original, with the
15 WATT,13" enterprise known M M & G clerk of the
1.96 above styled
carton
1.77WER Texaco located at 231 N.
9.88 aAVEiOQUILTED before
or
August 2fl h
1977
P.1, ropswadg. SA 1VALUEPLUBI 1\ Tempi, Starke, Florida and to ATTEST: Hems Edward CIty ;
.
otherwise
DISC.PRlCI BEDSPREADS [ AV ::==",F/0. II conclude such Clerk a Judgement may be
purchase
I 4.00SOLBS. WAIAfcM VALUE PLUS! SAVE 13% August 28 1977. Al parson on 81114tiS1g 9/1 entered against you for the relief
9.88TWIN PASTEL KNIT BOYS'TEKRY demanded in the complaint or
,A SS% 10 OZ. ORTHO MEN'S CUSHION PANTS. *-i| TUB SOCKS, I' having claims or demands petition..
aiD CREW SOX 10-13 E-//E 11 against the vendor are
S GRANULAR HOUSEHOLDINSECTSPRAY WITNESS hand
my and the
2.96WER
5l_ CHLORINE ws 11.88 admonished to notify the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO seal of said Court on Jury 26
I 2i.tnAAa.1r. ) $. 54DISC. undersigned. at that ddrw on REGISTER 1977. '
I 9.88 puu. aaa 1.35 or before said date. FICTITIOUS NAME
jhim w.ii_. H ";. MICE GILBERT S. BROWN As Clerkof
WAS_ ..yto(prods In floral.print. DISC.PIIICI a '! said Court
I ,Q:} :>; Doted at Stark Bradford( ). P\lrwuIII'It'to Section 866.09 By: Marian: McRae, A* Deputy
.I--- Florid Florid Statute notice to hereby Clerk

EAGLETHE CONVENIENT FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES 173 LOCATIONSI given that the undersigned 7/28 etch 8/18

trVE Sill surmifs MOflCpooi Anocialed Bonded Escrow f Co. Donald Hunt, P.O.. Box 187.Wtlh..ou. -

THAN FMf AMVOMtIN CrVriPlCSOUfM' 312 W. Madison 5t CIGARETTE c/o MANAGEMENT MAROON Of SERVICES.OCALA **, Florid. 32220. Thank you note. THfi
doing businee under the firm, OFFICE
.1 100'8 ALL 1215 N.E 42 Ave., Ocala. Ra. "RIGHT-WAY OF SHOP Ph. "..,7.4
BKNG PAqS name Stamp pad THE
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i'rl 964-7513 4 1 4 9 1 50' WHiwn H. Taylor FLORIDA.. ", P.O.Florida Box, 32220.187.Whhehouss SHOP. Ph. "H7'4 .

w. r*>*>*>rv. the right to limit qu.ntltl..l 8/18 tpd Intend to register said fictitious: Stamp pad Ink? THE OFFICE:
name under the provision of SHOP. Ph. 3S4S7HIt'



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Senior by Carolyn Eaves Williams Todd Schmidt and

Scouts enjoyed an Allen Montgomery.Those .
outing and
campout at
completing the First
Itchetucknee and .
Olustee Aid Course
were Patty
State Park August 8-9. Mullins. Betsy Yawn Sharon

Tubing, cookouts campfire S
nature hikes and swimming Williams Laurie Mullins j I ..... .....
Irene
Wainwright Cana
,
were enjoyed by the group. Schmidt, Jay Eaves Andrea 5 S sr ... .1

A surprise birthday party Abrahms Judy Dukes Janet _
was given for Irene Wainwright Klmutis
,Carolyn Eaves Todd

ine Schoening., Betsy Yawn Cana Schmidt Cather- Schmidt, and Dirk Schmidt.. LOST & FOUND PERSONAL" SERVICE FOR RENT FOR SALE FOR SALE t


Irene Walnwright Patty
-------- --- TWO FURNISHED .
Mullins Terry Mundorff LOSTi, la Starke Aug. 5, -
Todd Schmidt Miss 2 4-IIer's Leave B.l.. Wallet, Cord very LEW'S WELDING Gaa, APARTMENTS, one 1 BRand YARD SALE II weather ---- -------- :/ J J1
Kathy Electric Brazing hitches ono 2 BR. El... and hot Sat. MOBILE HOME PARK
Important to owoor. Keep permits Aug. 20. 9-fl. 3
Casey and Mrs. R.S. Mullins. For ca.... Reword phono 4733932. Installed Trailers c...... water. Ph... 964-8071. families men, women, and Tree shaded. 10 .p..... L / muillrrjar
Congratulations to those Special CampTwo !! Itpd 8/18 Built Whispering Plnea Itchg 818Rebuilt baby clothes. Other Items. Center of Lake Butler )

who recently completed their Motel.3 ml. South of Starko, ---- ------ -- 1002 Butler Rd. Itpd 8/1S 8900. Phone 964-8746 after I

Red Cross First Aid Course on 301 Box 327, Star... Fin. 2 BR Duplex with --------- -- 5 p.m. 8/4 tfle", REALTY :

and the Life Saving Course. It local 4-H'ers left tf/chg rang and refrlg. aupplled. 1979 Jacobaen S II.P.? rat ----------- -
WANTEDWANTED
was a full week of hard work Monday for 4-H Watts and ----- -------' tl25/month plus security riding mower. S275 1970 10 FOR SALE) Console piano, ;

for the Life Saving and Wheels Camp a statewide HENL ELECTRICCOMPANY deposit. Phone 964-0500 speed NI.hI..llat. mono bike Call for appointment to see: G ,

we activity conducted to teach 4- used retrlgaratora : residential after 5 p.m. 8/18 tlchg $75.Call 964-7334 8/18 2tchg 473-2210 day or 4734648evonlnga. .. '
really are proud of all of
them. H members more about the washers, nndstoves commercial Industrial. 7dsye ------ ---- -- 8/25 tf/chg NEW LOCATIONf205 -
Many thanks to the Instructor s week. 24 hr. service. BRADFORD VILLAGE ----- ---- -- N. TEMPLE
electricity and automotive In good condltLtn.I --- -------- I
Bill Shearln Laurie Mullins projects. ... Dahmor'a Discount: 431.1700, Kalford 8/18 5tpd APARTMENTS: 1 BR BABY GRAND PIANO, CITIZEN STARKEFLORIDAREALFACISONREALESTATE I

.lanpf Klmutls. Patty Mullins 9647923. TF/Ch. 9/15 modern, tern,. AC, carpet, Granted Bach 1923-27 model. COMPTOMETER: 1
Irene Wainwrlght ----- ------- walk-In elonet,walled garden
Betsy 350. Needs some repair Multiplies usee tape,
Yawn. Susan Edwards Diane Randy Blankenship and WATKINS PRODUCTS: patio off street parking. 315 Phone Rev. Mel Drake 984- excellent condition. 75.!! Many persons feel that homeowners should

Yawn. Cindy Edwards Chuck Steve Douglass both Store at your door since W. Washington St., Phone 5445 8/18 tfchg' Phone 782-3660 after 5 p.m. make the largest downpayment possible to

, members of the 4-H HELP WANTED 1868. Call 473-3064 for Free 964-8601 before 8 a.m. 8/18 ----------- tt/pd decrease the amount of interest and monthly \ T
Douglass ....ple.. Box 58 Hampton, tlchg payments which have to be made on the mortgage. ,
Club left --- ---- ----
for Camp Fl. 32044 8/18 --- --------- This Is
but there's another side
Itpd ---- ------ -- LIMEROCK FOR SALE good thinking to
McQuarrie near Astor Parkon - - - ----- ----- NOW AVAILABLE on 1 PATIO COVERS! 10x20 for Phone 782-3172 after 6 the coin. Should you have to sell the) house) quickly,

CLASSIFIED AD Monday. They will returnon NOW APPLICATIONS BEING ACCEPTEDFOR ARE BRADFORD SEPTIC ACRE Nicely londeeoped. 2 homes and mobile homos. 7/14 tf/chg p.m. the smaller your equity, the faster you can find a
1199 ,
Friday August 19. TANK SERVICE BR Trailer with large Installed. 1159unlnatalled. buyer. It's common sense that there are more
FULL AND PART- : -- ---- ----
attached living GATOR prospective homeowners who can Invest $2,500 than
residential, pump-outs, S40. area plu.
TIME WORK. Apply In Fast service porch deck. Option to buy. ALUMINUM. Phone 372. FOR SALE Diamond those who have $10.000 to invest.Of .

person at your local Handy 964-8121.guaranteed.Phone Hampton 325 South 3 ...11.. 9767. 4620 N.W. 13th St., needles for any stereo, over course only you can make the final decisionon
4tpd
Deadline for Insertion Way Food Store in Starke, till olgn. Itpd 8/18 Gainesville. 8/11 tf/chg 247 different ones we have how to Invest your money. We have a number of
Lswtey, Ralford LakeButior ---- --- -- ----------- them all. Dahmer's listings from which
Tuesday noon preceding NORTH CAROLINA Brooder. 8/18 -- -- - DI. you can select. Let us show youa
Itcbg 7 ? ------------
count. home.
before f BR Brick Duplex hady TF/Chg
Thursday
publi- ------""-
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bedroom rmllc'' ceMn on I 'I a.cr. VACUUM front and back. yard Nice Feeder Pigs: Yorkshire and
CLEANER
cation. .. BUSINESS RE- COUCH AND CHAIR SALE
el wooded mountain lend. PAIRS Hampshire .ro... 8 wks. old.
Tirrlllc view of mountains OPPORTUNITY The an makes, allmodel. neighborhood. fu to. Fat and $15 and 120 169.95 up Dahmer's
large Healthy.
BARGAIN Instant
Doublewide 3 BR,
$155/month. : housing. 2
Minimum charge 12.00 rock fireplace. ......... .beam American Dream (open Starke Sewing Cen 964-6766 473. each. Phone 964-7251 Itpd Discount. 2/3 TF/Ctig.
e.Wn,. ter, 215 Host Call 4141. Itpd 8/18 bath, 94x485 lot. Owner going into ministry. Call
large redwood dick.ipr4ns within. 3 weeks) Own Street
8/18
(Covers IS Words) .. ".1.,..1.,_.".Nt down own fully stocked Jean your or phone 964-8312. 4tpd ------------ BAHIA HAY: Argentina, today.
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Each word over IS ttum* loan. LARGE APT. Adults only, highly fertilized phone 964-
10 cents I *crs.n large ruihlnf mountain Indies fashion .hop. Everything no peta. Apply at 405 N. Upright Piano In good 6071.!/ tIchgBLUEBERRIES Wordless delight" Charming country brick home
:
trout strain Waterfall nearby. provided. Your coot BULLDOZER WOR -I.lId Church St. 8/18 tlchg condition. 1275 cash. Call __ plus another home nearby. Nice trees, some out.
Good accesi. u.foe. 17900. Call Mr. Weeks 431-1960 8/18 2tpd 8/25 .
Good
Ttrm. buildings. Raiford
Owner has moved
--- ---- area. to Jax
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All classified ads clearing road building, ..Itopr.p."tloll. -- -- tONE : U-Plck. 50
collect 904-764-7612
bedroom Itpd
cabin on I ten. ooodrdon ------- -----
Phone Edward TWO ROOM APTS. Double. cents II.. We-Pfck, 75 and will consider financing.For .
must be paid for In advance toot. Good .ce.... Own.r 8/18 CHICKEN BARN per
.
Davis, Glen St. 1-259- single sleeping room. A/C. coats lb. Off Esrleton
mods to Mil. tll.wo. Mary, p.r
unless have tirmi. ---- ------ 30x300 metal roof.One 8
you Furnishad. Como to Under ton your consideration i a neat, 4 old home on
,Theie arc a low ol 1,000 llstingi. BUSINESS 3569. Road. |(200.AI.| 1.8 miles year
un established account We have oil types ol .property 4/14 tin/chg wood Motel.:301. 4 miles N. feed tank 12 brooders, 2 north of SR-26 then 1/2 mile Fla. Power, lust off 301 North. Owner transferred.Are .

with The Telegraph. In luted from Mot per .e,. and .,. OPPORTUNITY Own ahi1hIy --- -- ----- Star..... 8/11 2tpd 8/18 medleatora,and waters. Call west. Longneckers, 473.2702
.
beautiful ..adprollt.bl.
that event II extra w.kiwi small or large tractl. W. ------------ --- ,.. ------ -- 473-4510. Itpd 8/18 or 4751151. Open 8 a.m. to you the "discriminating" person with money to
Jean and Junior
olio have ....,.. caMns. -- ----- -----
noum KINGSLEY back taste for
LAKE For
luxury, Informality'
BILL'S up your yet
Charge for billing. Not SAW SHOP complete 7:30 pjn. Monday through
old forms, ale. Wrlla or call lor Sportswear Shop. Featuring 23 BLACK ANGUS COWS
COTTAGE Furnished 3 you we have on Hampton Lake: el I) a marvelous
responsible for errors Irao listing brochure.Vie con ...11lro. tko, latest In fads sod sharpening service, I Herford Bull. Arthur Saturday tfn/ehg
BR. t2SO/month. brick home with extra lot, complete with dock and
SeptemberJune.
.of ell." circular hand carbide, ---- --
when the by dialing SOS-4M-
given over fashions. 12500. lnclud.ab.gianing
Mll.wrltsorcall today Cherokee chain mower blade hollow Phone 533-2633. 8/11 Gasklns 782-4140 2tchg 8/18 MOBILE HOME LoF with boathouse, and ((2)) unpretentious yet elegant,
phone or when Is Inventory, ---- -------
copy Land Co., Murphy. N.c. 2SW4. ground and balanced. Leaveat 2tpd 8/18 well and septic tank Small brick and redwood completely furnished.
and training and Grand Opening Two Beagle Bluetlcka
rot typed brought to pup.
Jackson ------ ------ down Phone 468-
the office. I- ./ II Jtpd. 1/ 2a Promotion. Call anytime for Starke or Keystone Building Heights.Supply, FURNISHEDAPARTMENT to good home Have had 1551. 6/9 payment.TF/Ckg Of particular Investment Interest' ((1) a modern I.
Mr. WHkerson (15011) 847- shots.Pay the S10 vet
puppy
: 1 bedroom unit apartment house or office complex (2) ideal
TFChgALCOHOLICS ----- ----- --
4050. Itpd 818COSMETOLOGIST. -- available bill and the pup. are yours. location for restaurant
Aug. 15. or related business, (3))
----- ---- -
-- --- --- -- Can 473-2529. 2tpd 8/18
175/month. Phone 9647521. property on 301 N. with unlimited potential.
Salary ------- -----
8/11 2tcha 818COTTAGE Floriland Realty
Licensed Broker plus commission. Phone 475- ANONYMOUS: successful 16 Foot Hoble Cat
: purple
or
living for people who want to ----------- Nearly new brick home) on Madison with CH I A: 3
2210 sod 475-2852! blue
Licensed SalespersonCAN ) day STOP drinking and STAY ON LAKE hull white and purple N.Temple Ave. BR, 2 baths large lots also large frame home on
nIght 8/18 2lchg. 8/25!! JOHNSON "aIr conditioned. sails. Gator trailer. 2175. Starke, Fla.Otl. Madison.We .
stopped. Meeting Thursdayand
----- ------- 533-2940 Itpd 818WATSON'S .964-7700
YOU SELL??? Person to work on Egg Sunday, 8 p.m. Phone /Swimming and fishing. -- -- -------
Farm. Phone 964-5579 964-5434: or 964-6894. TF I(125/week. Phone 473-2108. have two homes which require a very small
or 7/28 U/e" I Acre, with or without down payment.The .
964-5693 Experienced only. ----- --- HOUSE OF trailer.
---- --- ---- VACUUMS brandsof
Your own full-time Franchise in Real Estate llpd 818WANTED SEWING MACHINES many
PRIME BUSINESS SPACE new vacuums. Used crea k of a barn door17 and one-half acres with
right in the Starke area. And NO franchise ----- -reliable--- -femaleto -- cleaned repaired oiled- and all adjusted makes located OB Lawrence Blvd. machlnee available. Expert 3 BR Brick and CB 2 trailer hook-ups plus well plus 28x70 concrete

charge. National Company. established in babysit: for inlant part 17. Work guaranteed. James and Flamingo In Koyatono repairs, all makes. Parts and House on 1 Acre block barn. S25.000. Hurryl I ICeceia

1900 largest in its field. All advertising all pm.time.Itpd Call 818DELIVERY 964-8156 after 5 Strickland Road and Highway'corner 16.Morgan 3/10 Station Ht. Inquire or phone at Standard 473-4907. accessories Built-in central for all vacuums vacuumaysteme. House on 1 acre, withfurnlshinga. / T. Terwillegor

signs forms supplies furnished. Professional ----- --- ---- TK/Chg< l'FJc __ ___ ___ 404 NW 10th NEW LOCATION!
---- --- -- Avenue, Gainesville Phone
Training and Instruction given for rapid SALESMAN 205 N. TEMPLE
2
BR wood frame In
HANDYMAN All home MOBILE IHfiML .In cuuutry,
development from Start to $ucce$$. LP gas experience pre repairs Interior: and furnished children welcome. 376-7.2"/C!! city. m STARKE, FLORIDA
ferred. Oil Co.
Nationwide advertising brings Buyers from Register exterlon remodeling, house- Phone 9644114 or 473-4777. OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
308 S. Thompson. 8/4 3tchg 4/7 TF/chg GUNS FOR SALE 22's, 3 BR D.W. trailer on I
Everywhere. Can you qualify? You must have 8/18 washing Special rat and e/terme painting.for 25', and 38's sold at Dab- Acre HOME PHONE 964-5145

--- ---- ----- ,, '. Discount. TF/Chg
initiative excellent character' (bondable), senior citlxans. Free !! ..! -
PART Tl.MEi Occasionallocal HOMES FOR SALE 3 BR Stucco House
eotimales. Phone 964-8961
sales ability be financially responsible. work verifying msjorserialised. UTILITY BUILDINGS-AI1 CHI A, and Appllancea.Busineaa .

Commission volume"opportunity for man- ., merchandise at alter attention.9 p.m.7/28 for 4tchg Immediate 8/18 aluminum prewired re j ,, '- ." ..""" -,,.. .- ,....... BOOTS
stores for manufacturera, ceptables, light switches I;
womari couple team That Can Sell. Will sacrifIce SU.OOO double property on
or --- ----- -
banks during week days.Mature wide mobile homo for lights tongue and groovefloor 301.
individuals.Invenchek LAWN & GARDEN delivered and act up. At Carradine'sBackto.school
110000. See It and realize Ha GEORGEROorfeTS
STROUT REALTY. Inc. Box 76680 SERMCEt: Also householdrepsiro. .houseworkand value, 964-8746. 8/11 tf/chg Financing available up to 48 Farmland Acres and days are
Atlanta Ga. 30328. 8/4 3tpd general months to pays: 60 sites. WSURMCC..C
------ ----- up.
P.O. Box 894Casselberry 818Ledger Reasonable rat... Suzuki ol Starko.964-6020 "'f ,.... near.
Fl. 32707 Phone 961-5452 anytime. 3 BEDROOM HOME with 1 Call.964-7700 ,I*North Temple' Ave That means boots I
964-6021. 5/12
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8/11 Stpd 98ALUMINUM 1/2 bath. CB and brick. Verni. P.Odom STARKE FLORIDA We have
binder sheets,
CH/A fireplace, fenced
Real Estate
-- --- -- Reg.
STROUT REALTY, Inc. anything for a bookkeeping SIDING: yard stove, dishwasher. BrokerEvenings for your children

P.O. Box 894Casselberry system THE: OFFICE SHOP. Awnings, gutters, ..llIdo..., 1029 Southgate Drive near 964-5476 PERMAWELTCHILDPROOF
Ph. 9 ".5764 etc. Joseph D. Garrison SouthHide. Phone 064-5146. ----- BOOTS.

Fl. 32707MAINTENANCE Phone 964-5205. 8/11 tf/chg Itpd 8/18 Pearl Andrewa, Assoe. Large 4BR, frame house Unconditionallyguaranl.ed
LR family on ten
--- --- -- -- 964-7739 room
--- --- -- -
AUTOMOBILES USED DANCING BY OWNER: 3 BR. 2 Bath acres just olf SR 16.

In - material
Landscaped
LESSONS: Starts Wed CH/A against
8/24 and Thu..., 8/25. Excellent condition. S24.0OO. 301 North 3 BR. LR and workmanship)
MECHANICElectric FOR SALE 1973 Datsun Beginner classes run for 10 Phone 904-5667 8/18 4tpd. 1,440 square feet of frame house,on ten acres, ,

400.Great gas mileage. Save weeks. at 13 per lesaon. 9/8 living space on SR-100: tractor and equipment. Come In and let us put a
and for 1000. Sea at fenced 1.2 4 B R.2 .. child.
buy Contact Pam SaudI 1-752. -- -- --- -- --- acres pair on your
Standard-Station SR-100 A 6432 Lake. City. 8/11 2tchg LARGE HOUSE In need of Bath Central Heat and Several commercial lots 01
Steel Mill in Baldwin. Fl. has Immediate 21. Keyatone Heights. Un70 /- 8/18 repalra. Make a reasonable 2 Air units. Owner vArY10 301. _ They will like them.

--- ------- offer. For Info. Call 964-6937. anxious to sell. Price I You will like them.
openings for skilled maintenance mechanics. --- --- -- Sc- 9 acres pasture lead
Ford Custom: 4 door p/a, 8/18 tlchg reduced to 117500. reasonably priced just oil You will like US for

Positions require a minimum of 5 years mechanical P/B Air cond.. Radio and --- --- -- --- -- SR 16, N.W. of town. saving you money.

heater Good condition. (550. FOR RENTFURNISHED BRICK HOME) with S BR.2 I..K.Edwards. - -
experience In maintenance and repair of Industrial Phone 964-7231 Itpd 8/18 Bathe, double carport on & A..eI.te..llle. It'( 1-3-6 acre homesites 1 Belts in sizes 18 to 54.

---- -- -- Large lot. Drapes and Realtors17349lEi ...
equipment and plant facilities and a good knowledgeof miles N.W. of St.r... Try us, you'll like) us.
68 Ford: 2 Door AT/AC appliance Included. Lowdown : : -- --

electrical maintenance. Salary '614 per hour or good condition. 600. See at HOME 200 ft. BRICK Lake payment and take over Very nice double wide,'
Register Oil Co. 308 S.Thompson on Phone 9o4463uItpd screened CH CARRADINE'S
paymento. added
Florida Gea. .. 2 BR, A/C Mature, porch
higher depending on qualifications. Steel "
St. 8/18 3tchg 9/1 8/18 lot with LEATHER SHOP
A.
en one acre
offers -- --- --- adulta. $200 Mrs. Hopper -- --- -- -- RALPH BRYAN Real Estate of trees.
liberal company benefits. Apply in person 786-6044 J... 8/18 3tpd 9/1 plenty 1 Mile South of
1971 Vega 2dr Hatchback 4 NEW HOMES: Low maintenance m -- -- ---
f 10 RIP A STEEL CORPORATION .pd. tr..... 495. 1970 -- ----- -- -- brick, 3 BR.2 Bath 2117 N. Temple 9648788. Two 20 acre tracts very Lawtey on U.S. 301
ONE: BR HOUSE 962 N.
OFFICEOPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY -
Rambler Ambassador 4 dr '.t.S fireplace. Keystone area reasonable just off Sit 16 782.3400

Vollow Walar Road SR 217 A/C Arr. 595.!! 390 32091 Temple Tel.Ave.964 Starke-5193 Fla. above Keystone Oaka. No H&ALTcm OPEN SUNDAY BY APPOINTMENTSR paved road.
Itpd
Engine and Auto Trans closing route. Priced from --
clot Ol' Baldwin Fl. 32234 8/18 16 WEST
IAn 275. 200 Engine and Auto 135.000. Adams BaUdero. I BR block house, Bedford
Tr....(150. Phone 7823321. --- ----- 4732056 or 473-4078 8/18 .......
Equal Opportunity Employ r M/F 2 BR MOBILE HOME: : A/C. 24 acres 2 buildings over 1,000 ft on highway. 38000. - -
Located I ml. North of tlchg
In Country. 964 5261 or 964- 'Terms. 3 BR, 1 bath CB home
Lu.t., on SK-125 Went 1 - ------- -
1/4 mi. on left. 8215. Ichg 8/18 LAWTEY AREA with FR, very nice
--- ---- swimming pool in town Lillian C.Pearson
-- --- -- -- BRASINGTON
5. 10 and Lew do... payment owner
1973 Yellow "Superbug"AC 1. 2. acres up. RealEstate
Cadillac Oldsmobile
1500. Call 964.5875. insnclng.[ Houses or mobile homes.BROOKER 3 BR. 1 bath block home In
PRODUCTION WORKERSElectric 1/4 mi.eft.\ 2tpd 8/18.25 Sales &. Service -AREA- Starke. City Limits.
FAULKNERE Fine Selection Of Used
-- --- --- f STARKE

1971 Toyota Corona: 4 door Cars Taken On Fine 3 BR 2 bath brick home on 28 acrea, with one.fourth 3 BR frame house CH/A

Steel Mill In Baldwin, Fl. has immediate sedsn. 4sp. manual with air. rn A Cadillac Trades mile on paved road.Too many extraa to mention. GEORGE ROBERTS JR. fenced corner lot, S15.00O.
850.
9648087. 8/18
4tchg Reg.Reel Eatate Broker -- -
2001 N.W.13 378-5301
9/8 THERESSA AREA
Phone 964-7826 2 BR frame
wun carport on
openings for production workers (4" per hr. or GAL'ESVILLFWef
- --- ---- t0 sLt.r" L .'10. Power I1S.OOO.
1974 Mazda RX3. 4 speed 126 I.?, 10, up to 137 acres oft SR 100 from .1100/....' owner OPEN Saturday; A.M. ----

higher) Training provided. 3 week rotating shifts. 29.000 mil... Excellent htarke.S.Water Florida St. m 19o linanclng. 8.7 acros-cor 100-S at 100-

condition, good tire.. 25 l-54H)5 RAIFORD AREA A. reduced to S13.500.
>
Liberal company benefits. Apply In person mpg. 964-6768 or 473-4141.- I y ......... brffIln9 LONGCHAJvlpHome -- --

Itpd 8/18' ----- 20 acres dairy barn...II.lId pump(30.000. 10..r.. facing SR 230 and
-- --- --- -- 2" thru 6" and Building
Frame house on83'x135'lot. ----- Wilson Road 122000.
Super 2nd car-carry all. 70 11000000. 3 BR furnished house oa paved road 15500. Materials --- --

FLORIDA STEEL CORPORATIONYellow pi,.Station wagon.(500 533- ----- Fast Rotary -WEBUILD- S'/icrea facing two graded.

2252 Itchg 8/18 Old houae on 100's.lOO' lot KEYSTONE AREA roads ".000.
Road SA 217 Drilling Equipment "Your Plans Or Ours
Water Ia -
town. Prked to sell. --- --
East Ol Baldwin Fie 32234An ----- Silver Sands lakefront 3 BR furnished house, 28000. Your Lot Or Ours" 36.35 acres, S56JOO

t.t.PERSONALS 2 and .....h.1f acre with STATE LICENSE ----- FREE ESTIMATE
12'*70' mobile bo.... s..esssefle 1 Aero lot. houses or mobile homes. Owner financingfrom LAWTEY

Equal Opportunity fmp'oyer' M/f 0.500.. Good term. Purnfaa $4,500.Waerfrents. Remodeling Repairs Small S room frame h....
CLEAN UP -----
YOUR HOMEr -- -- Additions >n 1.4 acres SI2.000.
bus: We will\ preasare 6 and one-half acres with 3 awlm and ski on this beautiful, clear water Homes ---- --
wash your homo, also cool utility bldgs. Well Septic New & Used .lake. 100' on water. Only 3 lot. left at 112.500] owner Bought Commercial bldg. 115000.

...1. Call 964-5196 for free and electric. financing. Sold TradedACUEAGEFOR --- --

Eel Itchg 8/18 ----- Sales-Parts-Service MISCELLANEOUS 29 acres 133.500. -

3 sad ...
.Iourt.
acrefarmette. -- --
HOME EVA'S y-c iii-h-:. I 2! BR, 2 B house E.Z TermsPlumbjmp' West Madison: 3 BR.I.rlO DR carport 2 porches,asbestos Beautiful farm, 51.8 acres

"... for 5 mere children with apartment and siding, good condition, earner lot. 26900. SALE on 301. Brick home with I

ages 13. Far mere Information workshop Included. 9646853Highway fireplace 3 BR S Bathe,
-----
Inquire nt 1105 Butler Stocked, flab pond.Ws !! CH A, hare, fenced
Rd. Itpd. 818MOBILE Griffls Loop 3 BR frame house on beautiful acre lot: 301 South
FOR SALELovely --- --
--___ .. ____ have commercial 14500. Starker planted pasture (195,400
New -----
property .. 301 north and Installation Batia.be'uble; Wide
Restricted building lots Bear Country Club. Not many left 4 BR,S
south. financing.House Mobile H.... W/(;..&.A
Brick and Block Home, 3 BR, 1 HOME Remodeling owner ----- : ;: 1.7 acres /complete hookup

Den LGI Kitchen.CH REDUCED FOR QUICK sad 30 acrea off SR 100 Senth,Juat "beyond city. Fine lor fad MH. $15,000
LR DR PARK SALEi 10
Bath, room, :2 bath Repairs stand ot timber. (50,000. -

Garage Large Double h...,. Many ...r.'.. ----- a 20 acres with Hah peed. 1
/ A. 3 Car Inside CIt, Limits C...s..aoeee.ness...
Close Walk 10 Bradford Square Good Appreilmstely 11/4 ..r.. We have lot., acreage, henssa and farms la Bradford Clay = mobile. home ....-.P.....|
driveway.
Landscaped Lots with Downtown 123.000. location. Price Dur".nc and Union: Counties li city,county and waterfront.Evealsgi .' bars with water sad eke.

Hospital and a..IIfl5'SIesfle..ss ---- 133,350.
to Elem. School and Weekeadai
.
Downtown. Priced to Sell. Call 964-5103 130 Per Month Paul H.Fastiaer PUMPS&.SUPPLYI -- a JIiL ASSOCIATES:

All tMy Conveniences Ktaltor I Ralph Bryan,Realtor 964-6208 Lets; 4-7154
Zkaperor OT
after 6 p.m. Shown by appointment fir.,Pence Prolectloe. - COMPANY 784397. I...

City Gaa,W.tera.4 Associates Art Pat ray, Salesman 473-2031 Lillian Penraea
only. $39,900. firm. Sewer Irene L, Faulkner 864 N. ,Temple Ave. REALTOR

818 4 tchg 9/ 8 Jo-Lu Motel 4-SHt Starke964e7b61 ,W.,.. Deuglae,Solo,..."" "513
Susan M.Balkan Lawtey.FhsrUa

964-8810 963372 LIST WITH US WE HUSTLE! 182-1841I

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]Raiford City.r Council Sets Tentative $19,950': Budget:


Raiford City Council has set before into their budget, while always the whipping boy" .Whitehead told the council said they must first look at tar the council, attorney, and 3
the town's tentative budget for this year, they kept this Whitehead said. Union County there Is one' deputy in the their own budget. Which, after mayor. The salaries, which t ( t
the 1977-78 fiscal year at $16,630 surplus separate.The gets the cheapest law( enforcement county for every i.eoo people, the county commissioners and must be approved by the t
in the state and White- which is one of the highest In sheriff excused ,themselves ,
$19,950 at a special finance voters in the October 18, w {M T ,
work session Tuesday night, council had a few head said he sees no reason the state. In contrast, Bradford from the meeting the councU election, would be$25 a month .
Aug. 2.The visitors at the start of the why the city of Raiford can't County has one deputy for members proceeded to do. only if the person attended the ;t'iJ
workshop, as county contribute some of its moneyto ,every 690 people. By the end of the meeting, regular monthly meeting that ri
final commissioners Blair the department.At In further defense of his request the council found,I itself with month.
still awaits t
budget from the city of Raiford, $16,630; In surplus funds of i
I approval, which will be doneat Harrison Sam Johns and i .
Whitehead said Lake '
the council's next monthly Gerald Griffis and Sheriff one time Raiford did Butler which any portion'could go to Another pay increase x f'
meeting, to be held Sept.; John Whitehead made an contribute money to thesheriff's will contribute[ at least 18,000 the sheriff. Nothing definite approved was for pollworkers + vs ..
this to aid his
department but year department was decided. at elections. While their '
Council members decided at appeal to the council for r
the last regular to Raiford to contribute money stopped the practice because (they may Increase this The council also discussedthe salaries would increase from /MN ,
meeting
i. keep their millage'' rate at 3 for police protection. council members said they figure) and Worthington possibility of buying land $10 to $20 per election, the ? j
the, kind of Springs gives$4,000 a year for for recreational '
mils, because it it was weren't getting purposes witha number of pollworkers would 4 1'r
changed, the city would lose Sheriff Whitehead submitted service they needed. sheriffs department protec portion of the surplus. drop from four to three.,.
the a budget $236,000 to lion, which is the only meansof The council budgeted a In other action, the council
revenue sharing they like pay
the county for approval, but Whitehead said he's to law enforcement protectionin decided to at the next
receive from the state. the increase from $60 to $75 a propose Raccoon Visits Public LibrarySusie
this $25,000 increase over last give Raiford more services, county. month for .town clerk meeting to rescind a decision
Raiford's budget took a year's' budget comes at a time but said all he could promisewas Council members Joyce Kathryn Alvarez., They also made at last week's meeting! the raccoon,shown being held by her surrogate mother
$5,000 dip under last year's when the county is trying to "We'll patrol in the day Norman and Sid Martin said set office hours of 1-5 p.m. on to install a telephone in the Marjorie Harris of Hampton, when she came to visit the young
budget of $24,863. This was cut back on spending. and in the night and we'llcome they understood Whitehead'sposition Tuesdays the town hall for town hall. A business phone sters at the Bradford County Public Library Tuesday Augi9.Mrs .
because the council added the when we re called, but but couldn'tpromise Mrs:Alvarez for the hall would cost around
t.; surplus funds from the year "The Sheriffs budget is that's all I can do for you." him anything They Also budgeted was a salary $400 a year.tt"Thomas. .Harris found Susie and her brother George, about three
of four months ago with their mother lying dead next to them.

Brooker Council Employes To Study Improvement To: Water System They'were so small and Mrs. Harris couldn't get them to eat,'ISO
she went to the library to ask It they knew any way to feed the
babies
',I Upon approval of the con Earlier the council learned the city was approved but he Total price of the packagewas cost of the project thus said.
tract by the town attorney, the from Jim Thomas of the said he was concerned with estimated at $240,000 lowering the cost per-unit. In other action the council A book on raccoon's was found and In the book was a formula
Brooker town council hired Farmers }Home Administration per-unit cost of the system. which would cost residents Eng said by going from appointed Steve Nipper as to feed baby raccoons,and surprisingly enough,they ate It.
the engineering firm of that the city was eligible The package called for an $6.34 more a month for water elevated storage] to ground recreation director and set
Sverdrup and Parcel to study for a loan and grant to help elevated tank, new. building,, a price Thomas thought wouldbe storage a considerable rules for the use of the Com Susie was brought to the library to visit with the children because
the town's water system and pay for the system. renovation of the chemical too high. savings could be made. munity Center. she Is the more mild-tempered of the two raccoons. She
: offer suggestions and alternatives Thomas said a pre-appli- treatment system and the Ralph Eng of S&P said his Nipper, a member of the likes to lay on laps, make a chattering noise somewhat like a
;1 for its improvement. cation package submitted by addition of fire hydrants. firm could try to cut the total "The first concern is adequate ,council and the recreation squirrel and will suck on your arm.
water for storage and committee, said he'd been
fire protection," Eng said. serving in the position in an
Brooker Sets $32,390 Budget; Taxes Up .04 MillsThe deferred Cost of until the study after would the loan-be unofficial capacity.The Ciaad Cars Great Buys >i7ro

grant was obtained. The FHA new rules for the com
Brooker Council agreedto balance the $32,390 spending The police budget cut $500 utilities, $1,400 for new tires would offer 50 per cent loan 50 munity center require a $5 m ([JDjJW I AUTO !
seek a .04 mill tax increase bill. marked for a police radio, $49 for the fire truck and$2,766 for percent grant on the project. deposit for use of the center. I'
rather than lose $21.000 in marked for a new police light street repair. Thomas did caution the The fee is refunded if the hallIs "
state revenue sharing monies, The original budget and $8 marked for a new The Council approved a council though: cleaned after it is used. : (r11J(! is eCID SALES '
which amounts to twothirdsof proposal made by the council magnetic light. motionarihefiredepartmentto Other rules include prohibition -
the town's $32,390 budget. had contained $4,800 in obtain a truck from the "Be sure the people( know of liquor and drugs and a L .
I revenue that was already The recreation departmenthad county that could be converted what you're obligating them requirement that an adult be O 1974 CHEV.AT 1972 OLDS CUTLASS''
earmarked for the water $600 trimmed from its to for because the in when the center is In '
I The increase is necessary to a quick response they're one charge ,, r:S, PB: Air. Cond.
comply with state law that re system but was missing $1,000 budget. The money was medical unit. that's going to have to pay for use Loaded
a town to levy a tax of the town received from the designated for a set of weightsand The truck itself Is free but /:0---: ..... ,'-. .._ Extra' Clean, Go
quires three mills to qualify for county for recreation. the moving of playground Councilman George Pierce : '
$1 9 9
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revenue sharing. At present Biggest cut in the proposed equipment into a fenced area. said the$2,500 allocated to the Via i 2795O ,,8.
Brooker's millage is set at 2.96 budget was in the emergency The council decided the town from the county for fire '
mills. reserve fund which was playground equipment could protection would have to be n
trimmed from $2,831 down to be moved with volunteer helpto used to restore and equip.the LEADERSHIP 1913 SPRINT GMC 1972 CHEVELLE
Town Auditor Pat Farns- $770. cut down the cost but the truck. THROUGH A/T and Air. Comforts MALIBU "0M
a SERVICEDeWItt D
worth said the increase would budget still contained, $50 to The council will hold one Of A Car And A Truck
j I mean only about $40 more in The fire and police depart- pay for the material to make public hearing on the tax C. Jones Funeral Home O Combined Auto Trans. & Air$45QOO'
taxes for the entire town. ment took big cuts with $462 the move. increase before the final D *
I The council had to cut near- trimmed from the fire budget budget can be accepted. The has achieved a position of $2395
t I I I ly $3.800 from the proposed that was marked for new hose Largest expenditures in the date for a hearing has not leadership by providing nn 1
budget Thursday in order to and $100 marked for radios. budget were $1,900 for been set. excellent service M a
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pride In giving the best ClU
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II Nine Given Guilty Verdicts In Traffic Court service to all families who I ( :

call, regardless of the price Extra Clean Loaded HI

: administrative hearing in improper turn in Bradford Lawrence Wayne Nethers, In Bradfotu[ County: fined ;,i of the casket selected. I II ttOi 1995 2495
I County Court before County County. charged with unlawful speedin $58.75. Caskets are available in all i Io !
Judge Elzie Sanders Leonard B. Cleever, the city of Starke, t fined Elvin Wayne Whitaker, i, price ranges, but there is" ,
:. I Thursday August 11, 12 charged ith careless driving $58.75. charged with careless driving 't' only 'one high level of service, '
I persons received verdicts on in the city of Starke. in the city of Starke, fined : This Week'sSpecials
contested traffic violations Those charged and found Larry David Hunter, $32.50.: DeWItt C. Jones Benton Futch ,
with nine of the twelve receiving guilty were: charged with unlawful speedin Pauline Edwards O
guilty verdicts and Lois Brock Mersey charged Bradford County fined Newmeyer, charged with un Harolu Jonnson a '
-196.25 in t traffic fines with unlawful speed in 5875. lawful speed in Bradford
: collected. Bradford County, fined a
$58.75. County, fined $57.75. ivV
Those charged and given Marshall Jackson charged Asher Gerald Sullivan, ; DeWitt Jones ,
not guilty verdicts were: with unlawful speed In charged with unlawful speedin Sterkl, Key.ton. -
Lawrence Bradford Bradford County, fined "" H KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Budget charged County fined $58 75. IUI4.e200: Funeral Home n
with careless driving in Sheila Tullis Kagey. $8500 c era at reA. a
I Bradford County charged with unlawful speedin u -- M
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