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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 25, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Students Return To School Monday: E j1 ADFORO'' MCo& -G .

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When Bradford Countyttudents by the' school board to with displinary problems put year I with all classes *

,< start school this Improve the cost in a class where they receive beginning at 8:30: a.m. %
Monday they'll find a few accountability of teaching and special attention. The special'education
changes have taken place to help relieve overcrowding "The whole idea is to give program has been expanded .
Awhile; they've been on In the city schools, the other' kids a chance to in.}; the schools. Classes for
vacation. learn and help the student gifted children will be In each, trgrap1
The"alternative school" for that's causing the problem," elementary, and a class for j*
Probably the first change teaching disruptive studentshas Casey said. the profoundly retarded will jit..
'students will notice is that all been expanded Into all A new conduct and I dress be held at the meddle school. ,
schools will be operating on schools In the system. Last code has been instituted for And if rule and class .
the same schedule this year. year only the high school had this class year. Students will changes aren't enough "
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Classes will run from 8:30: such a program. receive more information on students will see many new .: ,: The Strawberries Side of Heaven :/ '.
Sweetest
am. to 2:30: p.m. for ell the code at school Monday. faces this year in the county :

schools. Casey explained that The high school and middle schools. Twenty-three new '",' 09th Year STARKE, FLORIDA Cents
School Superintendent Tom "alternative school" allows school have switched to a six teachers will be on this year's ,
17th Issue 19'17
Thursday,August
for teachers to have students for the school Copy
Casey said that all the school period day new 'staff.
bus routes would remain the
for the but 1.
same new year
pick-up times will be UTILITY ADVISOR TELLS COUNCIL

.different.
Enactment of the state's
" 'accountability act had a
"' major effect on the courses to
: be taught and on the money City Equipment Plus Natural Gas

! ':w spent The for accountability this school year act set ,


?,' minimum standards fork
I I" graduation\ and In every grade

level for,basic skills.

__, '''Starting in 1979 any senior Are Power Source
r:nrwho can't read on a seventh City's Cheapest
l grade level will not receive a

J diploma," Casey said. :

Casey said to help teach the

,basic skills this year in the Unqualified support of the city maintaining its own power generating plant was voiced by John
high school there will be "" '<.r.ri O. Kelly former long-time manager of Gainesville utilities at a solution-seeking meeting held.
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special classes for students Wednesday night, Aug. 17, in City Hall.
r that cannot read or do basic ': In addition, Kelly recommended that the city:
math on a seventh grade level. : 1)) Have a bulk power supply study made as soon as possible since it has a "a long long road to
explained the class i travel to effect facilities that will insure the city an adequate firm supply of power for future needs. .
load Casey will be reduced to about .' 2)) Have a qualified engineering firm make an overall updated rate study, including an equitablefuel
one teacher for every 20 J adjustment- charge- ; design Industrial rate,and inter-ties with other cities. .

students in these special Kelly's'' recommendation .
classes. lie added that a : were made to a joint meetingof
student would remain In the the.City Commission and
she had ft City Bond Trustees, with some
classes until he or t i Road Turnover interested
from several
reached the seventh grade ; Input

level. t .. 'l citizens and city employees.
In an attempt to equalize the cS't In answer to a question concerning
. 'cost of teaching students the oft-heard statement
Set October
throughout the county seventh I ...that the> city can
grade classes have,, been .w ''purchase power cheaper thanit
added to BrOOkerl Hamptonand can produce it..KeDy'said:
that no one is in a position to

schools.. I .[ In DOT Switch .make such a determination, '': .; .
While the out-lying .._ L 'j -- - until a study of all factors: involved
elementary schools gained has been ''made by"'" ?' ,
students Starke and Southside '.." Beginning October 1, 1977, Bradford County being among qualified engineers:" *> "
the administrative the last three to make the
Ii elementary schools have During his low-key t f. _
moved their sixth grade ... responsibility for construction move. The other two who are discussion Kelly made significant 1,
students to Bradford Middle programs of the road system last in making the 'move are observations in several
School.All will experience a change of Levy and Madison' Counties.: other areas of'' city' government -
the moving Is an attempt hands. The county will get the which he had observed ..
Roads will be reclassified as responsibility to do what the during his visits here. i
of that date, moving many DOT has been'' doing, which He noted that City Clerk
Per Capita state roads into the hands of includes, construction Merrill Edwards "doesn't '
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the county, bringing an added reconstruction and' right of have .any' backup' at the
burden to the responsibilities way work.
t ) m present time in administering'the
Income 54thIn FRANCIS WINS PRINCIPAL. SEAT, of the county. duties of his.off ice. "This
.. Roads will be classified on a Skinner said any new work presents a serious situation
Recently'seated Bradford High School Principal Charles occasions: both times the nomination being:ejected by the functional basis and will be for the county would not begin which demands the attention .
Bradford Francis Is pictured on the witness stand as he testified on schoolboard. Francis sued a. be did not fee Monday, Aug. 22, before Circuit Judge Wayne Carlisle.: had cited "just cause" on hU rejection. "' categories: the State Park until that time, all work in' citizens," Kelly said.

Bradford County ranks Pictured on the left Is school board AttyiJeiige'Woibert; 'and Road System, the State progress or any work '
fifty.fourth among the state's The suit arose after he had been appointed principal of Bradwith her back facing the reader-J'..Mrs., Pal Spengler. school Highway System, the County requested would be done All ":.If something should F. f: i I. .'
17 .[.counties in ..percapita ford County High School by Superintendent Tom Casey on two' 'board members.f '. '" Xr-%<.,__-.", IttLoTSystem' aid (the. City: this work-must toa-empletecU.happE"'*W.theclerk.orjieshould uA.,'" .J'-',;'.::""IL'
income level according to Street System. by July 1, 1980 he added retire it would leave a .
figures released from Talla The county roads will vacuum in the operation of the
hassee last week. Include all collector roads, all Skinner suggested for city's affairs,' Kelly said,
Francis 'Wins Principal's Post extensions into and throughthe Bradford County to join up adding that he had discussedthe
,. Per capita income here was collector roads and all with Columbia and Baker matter with Edwards who
$3,722 as compared with the local roads in the Counties to make a "big fat agreed that such administrative -
national average of 6441. unincorporated areas. contract" when they need backup was needed. Kelly
t The average per capita of the state work done. said that the clerk now often
Some present
!{income from Florida was As Judge Upholds AppointmentBradford roads to be handed over to Skinner said the DOT wantsto had to work as many as 60 or
be out of it as fast as
[$6,108.. Bradford County include SR- 70 hours a week much of it
possible due to hours in
manpower. after regular office ,
SR-16 SR-
of
out ,
225 Lawtey,
Union County was the No one has been fired. abreast of the
;< lowest in the state, with a per County High what Francis himself termedas School Boars represented by After the hearing Francis 18, SR-221, SR-21 and SR-230. Skinner said but the numberof work.In order. to keep
'capita income of $2,484. Other School has a new principal, a "demotion" to curri- Atty. Jesse Wolbert, and the sank into a chair and lit a The county has long known people have been cut. When ( interviews after the
I nearby counties and their Charles Francis.On culum director. plaintiffs, Charles Francis cigarette. He recently told the the road turnover would be someone leaves or retires no meeting several Commissioners .
rankings were: Alachua, During the trial, Gaskins represented by Atty. Brian Telegraph he was going to made but was again informedof new employees are being hire agreed with this
22 Circuit
54.813 Baker $3,267 Monday, Aug. testified what his Hayes and Tom Casey, repre- emit he had already cut down
on shifts
reasons
i ; ; Carlisle ruled the switch in road there are just occurring concept and said the administrator
Columbia, $4,484; Madison Judge Wayne were for the rejection ot the sented by Atty Robert from two packs to one-half maintenance practices at the within the personnel. if hired, would
school board did show
the
not
$3.344; Nassau. $3,928; and when proposal, even though Judge Vossler, rested their cases. pack a day, but said "Well, annual road hearing with the County Commissioner presumably have overall
cause" voted
i jSuwannee, 4397. against"just accepting they Superin- Carlise ruled the testimonyout Judge Carlisle went on to yes I'm going to quit" I just Department of Transportationheld George Roberts is concerned supervision of all city departments
tendent Tom Casey's appoint. of order as it Is not the say how Casey took it upon smoked a lot today last Thursday, August 20, about the new responsibilitythe with the possible
Francis recovered from
ment of Francis as principal. individual opinions that himself, after hours of just in Lake City Major problemthe county is acquiring. He ception of those headed by the
heart in .
matter, but those of the to nominate open surgery May.In when the inheritsthe
consideration, county will face is that it said county clerk and the chief of police,
1 m.1", iiJomn QIrriery Francis was appointed by "board." Gaskins said there Francis for this position. a general meeting of all has no means to pave roads. maintenance of the road who are elected officials.)
Casey on two separate were students "and not just a Judge Carlisle said each county teachers and aides The county will have to either they also inherit the "quality" Kelly also commented that
occasions, in Januay and few, but up: to 15 or 20 kids": citizen is entitled to due Tuesday morning at Starke get into the road paving ot the maintenance. "Who is the city has "completely,
April of 1977. On both who would be off the school process and Francis did not Elementary School when all business or contract out the going to be looking over our totally and wholly outgrownthe
occasions, the board rejectedthe grounds during school hours/ 'receive this when the board principals were introduced work,either on its own or with shoulders?" to make sure the facilities of the present
nomination 3-2, with board "The Handy Ways and members did not give !"just Francis was applauded whenhe surrounding counties. county keeps up these roads. city hall which is inadequateto
members Arthur Gaskins. Norman's Farm were feeding cause" for their rejection of was introduced as principalof on an efficient
Chairman, J.T. Parrish andVernon more students than the cafe-i his nomination."I Bradford County High Most counties within this "The citizens", Skinner operation.In carry.
LThursdsy.Aug.2 Parmenter voting teria was" he said.. guess this means he's the School. district, according to District replied.. his opening remarks

against the nomination. Board After only an hour of testimony -, principal," said Supt.! Casey Francis said "nice things" Engineer Walter H.Skinner of Skinner told the Kelly took a dim view of
,. members Pat Spengler and and final statements after the hearing. He said he always happen to him at the Department of commissioners present that housekeeping practices at the
A.N. Holliday voted for the from each side, the de-j, had a feeling this would be the Starke Elementary where he Transportation in Lake City, before the transfer is made, generating plant saying, "It
$ nomination. fendants, the Bradford County turnout. was principal for 11 years. have made the transfer with the physical system of any makes you wonder what kindof
Francis, who during the road transferred must be maintanance program is
E'i i + Pop Warner 1976-77 school year acted as equal to the shape any present going on."

Football Director of Curriculum county road is in, or if a road (Mayor Charles Schaefer
Registration Instruction, filed suit after the Teachers To Get 500 Pay IncreaseIf has not been resurfaced said Tuesday that he and
I Daily3Sp.m. first rejection. After the within the past 12 years, it, Commissioner Vernon Silcox
second Supt. Casey himself would be resurfaced and evenif had made an inspection of the I
Pop Warner Mfg. filed suit, joining Francis. it hasn't been 12 years but plant since the meeting and
I p.m. Due to the similarity of the the rating system says the that steps would be taken to
Pratt St. Center two cases, they were con- New Pact Is Ratified Wednesdaytop road needs resurfacing, it will correct the deficiencies noted

solidated into one. be resurfaced. by Kelly..)
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Bradford County Before the hearing Francis The Gainesville advisor said

Hospital Board told the Telegraph he had a Bradford County teachers I oard: business manager and took place on Wednesday, salary teachers now it was his belief that the rate
p 7p.m. feeling he would come out of with teachers each in receiving $12,200 would have Protozoan ImportTo after
have got a new three-year negotiator i I said the raises and voting engineers, a study,
the hearing as principal of contract, or at least they wilt increases I I in benefits were, their respective schools in the their salary increased to would "probably recommend
Bradford County High School if it is ratified by.the almost, "all we had In this budget" to contract. Votes were to be $12,700. Fight Fire Ant continued operation of the
Saturday Aug. 27 and his hunches were correct.He tallied after the 4 Last year teacher with
250 teachers in the county in said the board, balloting tallied after deadline to vote. negotiations were finally Fire ants, an accidental parallel connection," i.e., a
Dya'' CemeteryWorking according to Florida law, time Mrs. Mary' Osborn, settled after a $64,000 loss to from South America tie-in with another source to
Bring must state just cause in orderto Telegraph press president of the Bradford She said if the contract does the teachers in back pay. import obtain electricity when
Wednesday August 24. infested than 150
have more
Education: Association said
Mower Tools nomination not leaving negotiationsat
pass
reject
any at issue in this, i Negotiations lasted about In nine southern needed and when the source
items million acres
Come Early made by the superintendent. Major tU negotiators for the an impasse,a mediator will
contract are teacher pay| four months into the school states from Texas to NorthCarolina can obtain fuel cheaper to
teachers
This he said, the board did not are "disappointed"with most likely be called In ,
St. Edward's Altar raise, the insurance benefits the raise and with the year and a special master had and are causing produce the power needed
i of paid Mrs. Osburn said she has no be called in. than it can be purchased here.It .
to
Society Rummage do.Judge Carlisle, during his and the amount amount of holidays. They are serious crop livestock, and
how the will out ( pointed out in
idea vote turn was
the final
.
enough,
Sal le-'a.m..3p.m, ruling,stated in the minutes of holidays. The contract gives the but is "keeping an open mind"aboUt decision gave the teachers the interviews after the meetingthat
insurance increase
Corner Of school board though.
the April 18 month the chemical
Florida Power &
across the situation.If raise the school Light
teachers a $500-a-year Mrs. Osburn said two-thirds same pay
Madison And in which Francis'nomination
meeting board raise, board had offered them in the mirex was sprayed on parts of would be compelled by federal
Walnut St. was discussed the the pay 'Jl'; the schools in Florida the teacher contract is
board never cited "just increments of $100 for annual I receive: four or more paid passed,it must also be ratifiedby beginning.The Union and Bradford countiesin power regulations to transportthe
contract teachers and $200 for, I holidays, :'to Bradford the school board itself, new settlement was decidedin an effort to fight the pests. power here over their own .
cause. contract teachers, and the raises The July Issue of the lines even though it was purr
January
continuing .
Monday, Aug. 2f He said there were at least I County s three. teacher would receive $8.700 chased from another municipality -
"three separate occasions" $62 a year more per employeefor -The voting on the contract a year Compared: to $8,200 and were made effective as of southern edition of Agrl News
Bradford County where the board and superin- Insurance and three paid December 13, this being. the reports that entomologists in .) .

School Board tendent said "just cause must holidays per.school year. j Few Witnee Allo iced At. Executionsthe reason for the loss Florida and Ohio recentlywent Waters Commissioner commented that Wilbur
/p.m. be shown," but this was never The teachers had originally J During the course of the looking for some natural when the
done. asked for a nine percent Emergency: rules have been room, and the rules also bargaining, both sides have controls in' the jungles of from Florida city Power buys&power Light

Carlisle went onto say the raise, according to chief;, i established! by prison officials prohibit making. sketches of expressed the opinions that Brazil and came up with a "that is the wholesale price,
Tuesday Aug. M only reason Francis could not negotiator Eddie Douglas, i restricting the number of witnesses the execution. they want negotiations protozoan disease that couldbe dumped at the substatloa It
be granted the position" which would amount to i to ] Florida's first Department officials say completed bore the start of the answer to the problem. still has to go through our ;
Bradford) County without the board citing "just increases ranging from $738 i execution since 1964 expected another 12 witnesses will be the school year and both sides This disease organism is plant and be distributed to the
Zoning Board cause" would be if he did not, for a new teacher up to $1,143= ; to take place sometime allowed Into a viewing room said they have made now*being tested at the University consumer, and we must add
7IHp.m.: meet the qualifications of, for the highest paid teachers; this year. next to the death chamber anda compromises to get this 'of Florida to deter-' on our operation costs," In-
being a principal. The This was, brought down by Due to lack of seating, it was few members of the staff accomplished. mine the difficulty of infecting cluding electrical departmentsalariesmaintenance '
qualifications include a negotiators for the school to : c-, ., Master's degree and five the $500 acrosstheboard.raise. would be allowed to when the first condemned, Douglas said, he iwas effect of the ,,disease on the costs" .
replacement
of education experience watch the proceedings and prisoner Is executed. "optimistic", throughout I.
years Merrill Edwards
ants. Clerk
Qlhr (GJnmmunita! school. television cameras will be Governor negotiations that an end to
The
both of which Francis negotiator Askew Is expectedto
aim
be mix added that the *
method to city plant
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One might
\.taltlIank. pOMMe .' started with no Increase, then! barred from the death sign a death warrant before them would be reached before
\ ., j' 'Francui;was 'also principal: went up slowly'. to the $90Q chamber it.was'announced.Reporters the end.i 01 the year, and it the start of the school year, the protozoan spores with provides power fur ulrtvly" ,I t.twee

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... take a pad and into "a f teachers. delight/ for fire ants. 1
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Mr. and Mrs. V.R. Ferguson


Celebrate! 50th AnniversaryMr. T/teT/cthttfftk/e l The Mwcady4 !


and :Mrs. \ .K. Ferguson
ccle..ted' their 50th wedding
moofy SocUty Gdilor 964-76Q8
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jir.nlversary Saturday, Aug.
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small ---- ---- --- _
:2u/ at a reception givenh
their son and ,daughter-in- a-n
law, :Mr. and Mrs.. Bob Strawberry Swingers Celebrate Diane Davis Lester
Ferguson at their home on Johns"I
lU'sxent Koad': 1 I .l .l N ( First Anniversary With HoedownAt
At points jnierest in the Repeat VO'f's'' August

larml room were"containers Stake Golf And Country, Club .
ot l potted plants and an Miss Margaret Diane I Davit, I 3
arrangement of .yellow Celebrating their first skirts I Illled by yards of daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
fluhluis. anniversary 'as square crinoline which billowed when Oscar Davis and Lester ,4
The tea (table -wad-covered dancers the Strawberry they twirled. The ballroom of Laverne Johns son of Mrs.
wItha i 1 linen i embroidered doth Swingers entertained do-si- the club house was decoratedwith Louise Johns all of Starke.
mid centered! with two three-; do'ers from Jacksonville. red and green cutouts of were united in marriage Aug.
branch silver candelabras' Gainesville and Fernandinaat twirling square dancers. The 20 at 7:30: p.m. In the Starke
with gold taptrs.ssistuiK ., a'hoedown at the Starke tablecloth, napkins and Church of God.
.\ : in serving and Golf and Country Club this plates were decorated with Rev M.E Drake performedthe
caring: lor the: guests were past Saturday night Aug 20. strawberries. Red. green and nuptials.The .
Miss Luella Henbt'rgIrs! : : Some 60 square dancers white punch was also altar was centered by a
l Kiindy Johns .Mrs.: John from 10 North Florida clubs decorated with strawberries.The candle arch flanked with
:\1I11l'rand :Mrs. :Mert Boone of jammed the ballroom of the seven-branch candelabras entwined t'k
Kc>stone Heights. country club to capacity for large crowd with 12 with smilax. Two )
Approximately-30 dose the Strawberry Swinger'sfirst squares on the floor much of wicker baskets contained pink''

'int'iHts and "relatives, called\ _.n'__ _____ ..____ annual frolic. the evening, soon had the gladioli.,white carnations and
Ix-Hari the I hours three and :Mr. unit Mm.: \..R. Ferguson Members j of all three usually adequate ballroom pompoms. On either side were
livt- o'clockCarrie On iuldru \\eddiiiKAniiiersaryS. / Gainesville dance clubs in air-conditioner overworked huge fern trees and near the _
Gainesville. the Gil The Strawberry Swingersheld organ was a huge begonia c
EdwardsTo T.Squares the Starlight the dance in observanceof plant. The table in the
J. O'Steens Celebrate Twirlers, and the Grand their first anniversary. The vestibule held a hurricane
Celebrate85th : Squares, were present. Six club was organized August 19, lamp encircled with baby's
25th Anniversary Aug. 18 Jacksonville square dance 1976. A new class of local breath and pink crepe myrtle. .
BirthdayMrs. clubs, the Merry Mavricks, dancers graduated early this The pews were marked with
Mr. and Mrs S.J. O'Steen. decorated with huge weddingbells the Friendly Frolics and year and joined the club. ribbons and flowers.
: Carrie: Edwards will who were married August 17, and pink and silver Ocean Waves Western A second new class Mrs. David Kirkland.
celebrate her 8r:>th birthday 195:!. celebrated their silver streamer ribbons. The Cutters. Gator Promenaders, isscheduled to start Oct 3. An organist and Mr, and Mrs. +
Sunda) Aug.'( 2!H.. between 2 t r
wedding anniversary at a refreshment table was house is set Thursday.
and the Jacks and Jilts, were open Willard Crawford soloists
and K p m at a party given at party last Thursday night. covered with an ivory lace present. '.: Sept, 29 in the new National presented nuptial music. Miss
the homtv) oflildred: Aug. 1H. at their home on cloth over pink linen and Caller was Wayne Brooke Guard Armory on Edwards Kathy Taylor sang a solo ac
iMuurilsi': Tvtstone. 7(U9 Sl'lotmorelalld Griffis! Loop Road hosted by centered with a four-tiered from Gainesville who calls Road to kick off the new class. companied by Miss Lisa

. \\ Street. their son-in-law and daughter.Mr. wedding cake topped with a for a Jacksonville club. Any couple who may be Eckerd. .
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All IriemJs
and relatives are : and !Mrs. Jerry Hulsey. silver ornament with 25th" Most noticeable decorationswere interested in square dancingis Wynn attended as
Tommy I
invited! to allt'nd.cccccccccccccccc. Mr. and :Mm. .Littler JulniH
The party room was'itL on it and trimmed with tiny the ladies in their' huge invited to the open house. best man and ushers were
pink roses. The cake was Curtis Davis brother of the
ccccccoc------- either side two Standing in the covered with a white lace
- - --- --- --- --- flanked on by bride and Weasel Johns receivingline
11I crystal punch bowls. Dixon Sisters Have Joint cousin of the groom. were the bride and groom. cloth over pink linen und
The gift table was centered servedas their parents and bridal draped in front with smilax
Mrs
( ( lYiJ 'i1m 4 aa00 with a bride and groom. The Birthday. Auq.. 1 18 matron Tommy of honor.Wynn She worea attendants.The tied In love knoll The table
guest book was flanked with a coral knit hall was decorated with held u hurricane lamp und
I I 'ST ARKE'S OWN BAKERY" long stemmed silver rose in a'' Lisa Marie Griffis, ..8.j and The Ronald McDonald with long a cape collar crepe trimmed gown in pots of Yucca trees and huge burning/( pink taper and Hume'
II 138 East Call St Starke 964.5890 25th anniversary vase. sister. Tara Lee Dixon, 2, theme was carried out in the silver and pearl trim. The ferns. Behind the bride's table pen und bride's book.
The couple was presentedwith celebrated theirbirthdaysAugust decorations and cake Games collar was centered with alight was an arch covered with All the fern trees and plants
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many useful gifts by their 18 at McDonalds witha with prizes were enjoyed. pink and silver butterflyof smilax and hanging in the were u gift from :Mrs. ('.I..
guests between the hours of 5 party for 15 guests given by The children's silk. She wore a large light center were two huge white ('no per.
ii SPECIALS THIS WEEK and 9 p.m.Assisting. their parents Mr and ,Mrs.. grandmother, Mrs Effie pink picture hat and carried a wedding bells and the bride Fussing/ out rice bugs und
in serving were Willie l L. Dixon. Cooper was among the guests. Brandy snifter with coral and groom's names scrolled in thank >ou scrollst'I't' :Muster
:Misses Gail Rhoden and candle trimmed with long pink letters. Hilly :Meirs, :Miss :ManhnHrosky )
Darlene Rhoden, Mrs. Harold unit :Miss Su.ie't'11 .
JELLY APPLE Mark Joyner Going-Away PartyMark light pink streamers. !!
'bride's
table
Khoden and Mrs. The was Following
Ricky 11 wedding: trip toDisneyworld
cEach :closely Mrs. Leon Odom and Miss Cindy Davis cousin of centered t with u three tiered I I ho couple will
18 TURNOVERS29 Joyner,son of Mr,,and Mr. the bride and Miss Nettie
o DONUTS 'akt'ith fountain and ""
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'"of Farlin McClellan. youth \ res ideal >>Ii :N. Church Slrerl.
11I Mrs Royce Joyner Wynn served as bridesmaidsin
Each honored at directors, presented Mark decorated with coral rosesand The bride und /groom lire
I | Hampton, was a gown identical to the honor
!Mrs. Arlin McKnight of surprise going-away party witha brass lamp a memento attendant except they wort chvribiim, und iingols.topped / both graduates( of UrarilordI '
VIENNA BREAD 49 $ Starke and !Mrs. J.J. Hoke of Wednesday night Aug. 17. at from the youth. His Sunday white hats and carried the with u bride und I ugh School. She graduated( in
Loaf Columbia S.C. and Mrs. the Starke Church of God School class also gave him a same candle arrangement.Miss groom. : :Mrs. Itoycp Joymrund l 1917 and graduated in \l)7.Mr. !) ;)
!Misses :'Il'IdalllM'h': und
11 Curtis Young of Timmons- Fellowship Hall given by the laundry bag which had been Sissy Meirs. nicec of : Johns is emplojfd t utFlorida
Darlene Khoden cut the take
Open? Until 5:30: Monday Thru Saturdayiloooooooooooooooooooooooooooc ville. S.C. returned last Youth Department of I ithe signed by all the youth. the bride attended as flower : Stale Prison.1t'I'IIUIIIS..S'W".
l Mark left for Lee in The table
Friday after ten days in Church. College girl and was dressed similarto punch was
Huntsville and Willis. Texas. The L-shaped tables were Cleveland, Tenn. Aug. 23 the bridal attendants. She centered with a five-branch :11 : \n:
covered with white lace cloths where he will enter his carried a white wicker basket. silver candelabra holding pink (iCKSTOIUiAMSTMAim\ "
over blue liners centered witha freshman year. Master Doug Rule nephewof tapers Clanked by two crystal
globe! and picture "f Mark. the bride, attended as ring- punch j bowls encircled by Richard Hunter nl
t.4l.S l. bearer and carried a heart greenery and dark pink crepe (Gainesville cut'rentls in (the
SWINDELL REUNION Eastern Star shaped pillow with coral rtleandbaby'sbreath.Thetale :Musters! of irgin
we could sellyou thisMillONERegafR Sunday. \ 28TheannualSwindell 27 ribbon and white orchid. was flanked on either I'erlormanee und Secondary:
reunion Supper Aug. The bride, given in side with white wicker tables in I Harp will, U guest( urgiinis'lut ( 1
will be held on Sunday. August marriage by her father worea holding large fern trees a gift the I II I II m service Si n tis
,,28. at the Commumlyoisf' \ at Starke Chapter No. 224, long A-line gown of satin and from Mrs. Herb Herres. at the ,First l'l1ltt'd11'1: nudist' 1
Theressa. ,'. Order of the Eastern Star. will chiffon with embroideredyoke All the tables were covered. ('hul'l'h' ',
A basket lunch will be have a covered dish supper- end high stand-up collarof with white lace over pink
served at 1 p.m. Saturday Aug. 27. at 7 p.m. in small flowers Sheer chiffon liners. The bride's table was Don Denton
All friends and relatives of the Masonic Hall. accented with appliqued centered in front with smilax
and Value alone the late Scott and Doshia flowers draped across the tied In love-knots. The punch Youth DirectorAt
on Beauty Youngblood. Swindell familyare All Masons and their front of the gown which had table had a rope of smilax
invited to come and bringa families are invited to attend. long sheer sleeves of chiffon draped across the front of the Meth. ChurchDon
basket lunch. appliqued with drapes of cloth. 1 Misses Gail andDarlene
but won't. because
flowers. The chapel train of Rhoden and Lorissa
I Denton has
chiffon was edged with tiny Mosely and Mrs. Ervin Meirs joined the
flowers. Her Juliet cap of seed presided at the punch bowls. .First l'nltedIethodtst:
; The groom's cake table was Church stall us a part-time
;:1- \ve\vant pearls trimmed with peau
zion Youth Worker and will work'with
d'ange lace secured her covered with a white lace
r Studio
-ph /. ;a-' knowvhatyouare (; 6 fingertip veil of illusion decorated cloth over pink linen and the youth in their church'.
It' III! 1i1.: you to with seed pearls. She centered with a chocolate two- south activities.Denton .
104 W. Call St. Starke 964-7271 carried a cascade of miniature tiered cake topped with bride
) 1J.\ \ white carnations baby'sbreath holding groom's coat-tail I who lives onlirownlee
Road with his wife
and ivy and centered ornament flanked with a ball
a Portraits I Dorothy, and three children
Ml.//, with a detachable corsage of and handcuffs.chain.Miss billy Ju Jack and is employed with the Bradford i
ge. carnations.A .
)t Weddings served the cake. (County Sheriff's I Department
held in the groom's
t, I" a. reception was as a deputy sheriff.
: Photography For All Occasions church Fellowship Hall. Mrs. The child's punch table was
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;.] Receptions, Reunion, Etc.] Charles Schmitt, director covered with a white lace
i ;'", Commercial Photography greeted the guests at the door. cloth over pink linen and Denton is a part-time lay
Miss Marie Wells kept the centered with a crystal punch Pastor for United Methodist
e'c bride's book bowl on a pedestal surroundedby Churches He was pastor (for
greenery baby's breath the Grace l'nitedlethtldlst:
and dark pink crepe myrtle. Church in I.awtey for six
Mrs. Edie Kynard presided at years and three years ut the
this table. Cotton Plant United Methodist
; TERWILLEGARi The bride's book table was Church in Ocala.

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Alice Atwood, Pam Chapman Junior Women Puppet Show Set

Mike Clance ComplimentedAt Hold Coke PartyThe

Friday At LibraryA

To Wed Aug. 27 Bridal PartiesMiss Junior Women's Club of i '" .
Starke held their annual Coke'

party for members and Friday, August 26. puppets made arKt'operated
Miss Alice Atwood and Mike Pam Chapman, whose prospective new members on premiere of the BradfordCounty by the scouts.

Clance will be united in marriage to Michael Gaskins Saturday,August 20, from 3 to Library's new Puppet The theater was built by boy
I. .marriage Saturday, August will be an event of Sept. 9, has 1m'lpeslP. 4:30: p.m. at the home of Mrs. Theater will feature two scout Todd Schmidt as part of
*7, at 8 p.m. in the First h J 1 been honored at several i Robert Autry with 17 ladies programs produced by the girl a community service project.
Baptist Church of Keystone parties in the past week. present. scouts and the boy scouts. The show starts at 10 a.m.,
Heights with a reception On Tuesday night, August The. serving table was "The Wumpus1' and "Boy Friday August 26 and is free to
following the ceremony in the 18, a bridal shower was given covered with a white lace Meets Girl' will feature the public.
church recreation.hall. for Miss Chapman by Miss cloth, trimmed In blue fpu

All friends and relatives are 1 M1I. Linda Jones and Miss of Gina nautical rope with anchors Calvary Youth Have Retreat .
at the home the
invited to attend. Brown i3 J and was centered with drift- { .

;!tlF latter The on refreshment Geiger Road.table was wood, with various nautical J Thirty adults and While there they went sight
M. E. Drakes decorations adorning the young seeing around the area and attended
with white lace from the
covered a people Calvary
Alice Atwood table. Cokes and snacks were Ml three camp meetingsIn
Cherrle Ash cloth and centered with a Attend served. Baptist Church have returned I
white, blue and yellow Hall. after a week in the Blue Ridge Hendersonville Gafney,
Glen Prevatt The club's mascot,Patti the
Shower HonoreeMiss mark bridal arrangement. Mountains near Henderson- S.C. and Travelers Rest, S.C.
Conference pelican, was those
with and among Linda Jones vile N.C.
Cherrie Ash Games prizes present.A ,
,
Alice Atwood was refreshments were enjoyed by Rev. Mel Drake, pastor of reminder to all members: Kerry Sue Norman I
the 20 guests during the party Mike StanleyEngagement
honored with a shower given Glen PrevattTo the Starke Church of God, and the executive board will meet
by Mrs. Jamie Fisher of hours 7:30: and 9:30 p.m. Mrs. Drake spent August 2-8 Tuesday, Sept. 6, at 7:30: p.m. Marks 2nd Birthday
Mrs.
the
Among guests were Told
Jacksonville. at the home of Mrs. J.C.
in San Juan, Puerto Rico attending -
Attending were Miss Wed Sept. 2 Johnny Chapman, mother of International Dukes. The regular meetingwill

Atwood's friends and working the honoree, Mrs. Arthur Conference.The an be held on Monday, Sept. A birthday party for Keri !Kool-Aid and candy were
Training Mr. and Mrs. Rothelle
companions of the building Mr. and Mrs. Gratis Dewey Gaskins, mother'of the training conference was 12, at 7:30: p.m. at the club Jones of Starke B. Sue Norman, who celebratedher served to the guests and party
where she works. Knight Sr. of Macclenny prospective groom and Mrs. sponsored by the Church of house. of their announce the second birthday, was held favors were given out.1l.IIIA.lv .
Mrs. Fisher presented Miss announce the engagement and Wade Gaskins, grandmotherof God in engagement daughter, at the home of her
headquarters Linda Sue, to Robert Mike
Atwood with a blender as a approaching marriage of their The the hostesses prospective presented groom. the Cleveland Term. Mark McKinneyCelebrates Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. grandparents on Saturday, !
memento of the occasion. daughter,Cherrle Elaine Ash The church joins Rev. and Robert L. of August 20.
honoree with a set of Ironstone Stanley Keystone
to Glen Willard Preva.son 01Mr. The party was given by her
memento of the Mrs. Drake in inviting the Heights. Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Bettes of
Miss Atwood wall and Mrs. Arch Prevatt of dishes occasion.as a public to hear Chaplain Miss Jones is a 1977 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gary St. Augustine announce the
complimented at a shower Norman,of Starke, but held at
Hampton.Miss Schock speak this coming graduate of Bradford birth of a daughter, Christina

Morgan given by Road the Baptist Ladies Church of the Baker County Ash graduated High School from in ...... .. .. .. ... .... .. .. Friday p.m. night,August 26 at 7:30 7th BirthdayMark School with and Eckerd's is presently Drugs High employed of the Mr.home and of her Mrs.grandparents Raleigh, Noel Augustine, born General August 11 Hospital.at St.

recently. 1966 where she was a cheer Starke. Strickland, also of Starke. Maternal grandparents are
I Games and refreshmentswere leader and also attended Lake Miss Chapman was Heather seventh McKinney celebratedhis Stanley is a 1977 of Nineteen attended the party Mr and Mrs. V.J. Spengler.
complimented at a bridal SappCelebrates birthday graduate
enjoyed during the where the theme was "Winnie
City Community College. afternoon Keystone School and Maternal great grandmotheris
shower Monday night, Aug. Thursday Aug. 18, High is The Pooh."
evening. Mr. Prevatt Is a 1962 Mrs. Jerry at a party, at McDonald'sgiven employed with Kendrix Cattle Mrs. Emma Badman, all of
22, given by
of Paxon 'High A Winnie The Pooh cake,
graduate Alligood, Mrs. Neal Buzzerd, by his' father, Charles Company of Arvada, Starke.
Leila Mundy School, Jacksonville, and Mrs.Simon Boyette, Mrs. Bud 2nd BirthdayLittle McKinney.The Wyoming.
went to Aviation Ordinance
Alligood, Mrs. Lamar 10 children enjoyed Wedding plans will be announced
School. He is presently em- hamburgers french fries at a later date.w'luXnow .
Surprised'With Malphurs and Mrs. .Billy ,
Cloyed with Seaboard Coast- Alligood at the home of the Heather Sheri Sapp, cokes and cake after games M ErC TEXACO .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
were played.
Birthday DinnerThe The couple will be united in latter in Alachua. Charles p, Sapp, Jr. of
The refreshment table was
2 at 8 in Lawtey celebrated her second 231 N. Temple Ave.
marriage Sept. p.m.
covered with a beige lace Mrs. T.F. BrownCelebrates ; .
family of Leila Mundy the Clay Hill Missionary cloth and centered with a birthday Saturday, August 20, Starke Fla. 32091
surprised her Sunday on her Baptist Church on SR-218, Hallmark shower with a' party held at her ,
arrange-
70th birthday with a covered Clay Hill, with a .reception ment flanked by two pink grandmother's' Mrs. Charles Phone 964-8100
Mrs. C.W. Beasley of
dish dinner at the Mundy following. and candles. Sapp, Sr.
cottage on Kingsley Lake. roses pink with and The Bugs Bunny and Porky 88th BirthdayMrs. Gainesville was Monday Loa loan( ] oaoaoWaW )
Swimming and Meth. Youth Games prizes Pig theme was carried out in visitor of Mrs. W.H. Hart and (! (
by
refreshments were enjoyed
the party decorations. Thoams F, Bro\' of family.
during refreshments the afternoon.were enjoyed Have Swim PartyThe hours the 20 7:30 guests and during 9:30: the p.m.party Heather and her little Hampton celebrated her\ n 88th Members of the Methodist ( ] OO Jl( ] Jffi E OO(3lJU( ( ?
served
the 42 attendingthose friends were Bugs birthday at a dinner party
Among
from out-of-town were: Corsages were given to the Bunny birthday cake, ice Saturday night, Aug.20,given Sunday school class had a Hours Open: Mon Thurs 7:30: A.M. 9:00: P.M.
three and honoree, Mrs. Johnny dinner
Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Monk, Sr. elementary cream and punch during the by Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh party Monday night at .
four class of the First United Chapman and Mrs. Bill the Foxfire Restaurant in Frl Sat 8:00: A.M. 10:00: P.M.
of Mount Dora, Mr. and Mrs. Dukes. The honoree was also party hours. Brannen at Bedford Lake.
and Methodist Church had a swim Jacksonville celebrating the Sun 10:00 A.M. To 4:00 P.M.
H.L. Monk, Jr. and sons G.E. Electric Mixer Helping Mrs. Brown to :
and Mrs. Frank Walter and picnic party Thursday'morning given a FGDMFI celebrate the occasion were birthdays of Mrs. A.J. Eaves,
Mr. 18 at the Steve from her hostesses as a Meeting Mrs. Henry Godwin and Mrs. We Offer ServiceWe
Mr. Aug. of Quality
and family of Gainesville, memento of the occasion. Mr.and Mrs. Gordon Weest
Telken.
and Mrs. Frank Luken, Jr. of Denmark home on Kingsley CancelledThe Miami, Miss Jessie May Joyce

Leesburg, Mrs. A.Lee French Lake. . ... .. .. .. . .. . . Brannen of Bartow and Mr. Appreciate Your Business
and son, Thomas Allen' of Nine class members and August 27 dinner and Mrs. Lynn Hall of Mr. and Mrs.Leo Champion

Umatilla, Mr. and Mrs. visitors enjoyed and swimmingand Mrs. Freeman Register, III meeting of the Starke Chapterof Hampton. spent the weekend with their 1
Thomas A. Steele and familyof canoeing, churningice gave a bridal shower the Full Gospel Business son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
Raiford, Dean Stidham and cream for the picnic. Thursday, Aug. 18, at her Men's Fellowship and Mrs. Bill Thompson In
Jack of Lake Placid Assisting were Mrs. J.E. home at Hampton Lake for Ocala. .
Hendry
International has been Ink THE OFFICE -
pad -
H.M. Hatcher Stamp
Mrs.
Soffordand Denmark, Miss Chapman.A .
Jean Francis Mundy,Cannon Sharon of Tallahassee Jr., Mrs. M.J. Sanderson andMrs. bridal flower theme was cancelled.The next. meeting will be SHOP Ph. 964-5764 (See Page 11) needleworkclasses/ ]
S.G. Denmark teacher.
out in the
and Ms. Betty Palmerof carried matching September 24 at the Garden
Venice. tablecloth, dishes, napkinsand Restaurant.Mrs. .
Kathy Gillingham cake. SATISFIED WITH YOUR JOB

The 18 guests enjoyed -.
Sisters Given Celebrates12th games with prizes and i>0 YOU NEED MORE MONEY?
has
Weldon
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refreshments during the party Gladys Thursdays Beginning Sept. 15C.

Birthday DinnerMrs BirthdayMr. hours 7:30: and 9:30: p.m. returned after three weeks Morning Closs 9:30: 11:30:
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honoree with a toaster-oven as daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Evening Class 7.00 9.00 "
H.L. Speer and Mrs. and Keith D.
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G.J. McGriff, Sr. celebratedtheir a memento. of the occasion. "R.T. RETIME ALTt R NEEDS FULL register now I-i
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Shaw and Mrs.S. .
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3. Driver: JAMES WATSON Route 22 Driver: D.E. BOATWRIGHTRoute
This route wig begin at SR18 West at the County line proceed East on begins on SR225 at SR16 proceeds East to grade Road at Route 39, Driver: Undecided Route 71 Driver: LEOMA WHITEHEAD
SR18 to SR237, south on SR237 to county line, return to SR18 then Patrick's,thonce beck to SR22S and East to SR225A. Thence North to Route will begin on graded road at Pleasant Grove Church. Circle dirt Route begins on SR235 at Moody Store proceeding North, East to
East to Brooker Elementary School SR12S then East 2 miles to first graded road South. Proceed to SR225to road W. on SR229 on Pleasant Grove and pick up on Crosby Rd. East SR229 thence NW on 229 to County Une. Turn around and return to
Terry Road,then East on Terry Road to SR200A and to Lawtey Elem. toward SR16. Turn around on Crosby Rd. and return to SR229. Thenceto SR22B. Proceed on SR225to.-and graded road past Bayless Highway
Route 3A will leave Brooker Elementary, proceed East on SR18 to Pick up students for Middle School end High School. Middle School, High Schoool end Starke Elem. Church,turning West 1/2 mite. Then North to SR225, South miles to
Graham then on SR18 to SR227 proceed on SR227 to 301, North to Route 22A will begin on Market Road and Old Lawtey Road and proceed Route 39A will begin at Market Rd. proceed cast to Old Lawtey Road last graded road on left. Circle N. to return to SR225. Proceed South to
Bradford Middle School and Bradford HIgh School. South to the Apartments on SR16 and Mddle School. then S. to SR16 and pick up students for Southside Bam only. These SR100 to Starke Bern, Bradford Middle and Bradford High Schools.
two routes will be reversed In the afternoon. Afternoon route will begin at Middle School, Starke Elementary, Brad

A.M. SCHEDULE P.M. SCHEDULE A.M. SCHEDULE P.M. SCHEDULE ford High School and reverse) the morning route. II I

7:25: SR18 at County Line 2:30: Middle School 7:20 SR18 at SRZ25 2:30: Middle School A.M. SCHEDULE PMSCHEDULE I
8:00: Brooker Elem. 2:35: High School 7:22: Patrick Road & SR225 2:36: Apartments on SR16 7:40: Pleasant Grove A.M. SCHEDULE P.M. SCHEDULE
8:25: Middle School 3:00: Brooker Elem. School 7:32: SR225 and SR225A 2:40: Market Rd. at Old Lawtay 7:45: Crosby Road 2:30: Middle School 7:40: Moody Store: SR236/100 2:30: Middle School
8:30: High School 3.36: SR18 at County Una 7:35: SR225A and SR125 Rd. ., 7:55: Middle School 2:35: High School Starke Elem 7.60: SR236/229 at Faulkners 2:35: Starke Bern & High School
7:39: Graded Gaskins Road 8:00: High School & Starke Elem. 2:46: Crosby Rd. 7:52: SR229 at County Una 2:44: SR225 and 229

Route 21, Driver: CORA STALNAKER 7:46SR225: 2:45: Middle School 2:55: Pleasant Grove 7:54: SR225 & 229 2:59: Bayless Hwy. Church
This route will begin at the Junction of SR18 and SR231 East of 7:45: Terry Road 2:50: High School t' 8:05: US301: at Market Rd. 8:01: Bayless Highway Church 3.06: SR225 and 229
Brooker. Then travel East along SR231 to junction of SR18 to Graham. 7.55: Lawtey Bern. 3:05 Lawtey Bern. 8:10: Old Lawtey Road 3:10: Southside Elem. ale: SR225 and 100 3:08: SR229 at County Line
Proceed through Graham, turn right on SR225. continuing South to 8:10: Middle School 3:08: Terry Rd. 8:20: Old Lawtey Rd at SR16 3:20: SR16 & Old Lawtey Rd. 8:25: Bradford Mddla School 3:10: SR 235 and 229
County Line and return to Graham. Proceed down McKinney Road 8:15: High School 3:10: SR225 8:30: Southside Elem. 3:30: Old Lawtey Ro. at Market Rd. 8.30: Starke Bern & High School 3:20: Moody's Store at SR236/100

approximatoly two mites and then return to Graham. Continue on SR18to 3.16: Graded Gaskins Rd.
Brooker 8:25: Old Lawtey Rd. & Market Rd. 3:21: SR225A and SR125
8:25: Apartments on SR16 3:30: Patricks Road Route 42 Driver: MARGIE WADE

Route 21A will begin at the Ethan Sapp! Road to SR100 at the County 8:30: Middle School 3:35: SR225 at SR18 Route will begin at the North end of SR100A and proceeds to the South.

Line and SR100 to Bradford Middle School Bradford High School and Thence to SR100 and North to Southsida Bern, Middle School and

Starke Elementary.A.M. I Route 81 Driver: LINDA BOATWRIGHTRoute Bradford High School. Property Sales
II Route 42A dirt road by the Veterinary and
I will begin on US301 N. of Lawtey to Highlands and return to begins on Hospital proceeds
SCHEDULE P.M. SCHEDULE |Lawtey Bern. School. Pick up students for Bradford Middle School and to SR100 to Forsytha Rd. SRIOO. Thence N. to Southside Bern.? Middle
7:25: SR231 and SR18 2:30: Middle School |High School. School and High School. These two routes will be reversed In the

7:30: SR225 and SR18 2:35: High School |Route 81A begins on Market Road and Old Lawtey Road and proceeds afternoon.
In
7:35: McKinney Road 2:50: SR100 at County Une South to SR16 and Starke Bern. SCHEDULE Dip J une
-7:40 Graham 2.55: Ethan Sapp Road A.M. SCHEDULE 2:30: Middle School
...
7.55 Brooker Elam 3:00: Brooker Elem. A.M. SCHEDULE P.M. SCHEDULE 7:20: SR100A North 2:36: High School
7:25 US301 N. at SR125 2:30: Starke Bern. 7:30: SR100A South 2:40: Southsida Bern.
: Land sales took a dramatic 41, Sampson Lake Shores,
805: Ethan Sapp Road 3:15: Graham ;7:40: US301 at Highland 2:35: SR18 at Old Lawtey Rd. 7:40: Southside Elem 2:50: SR100A South dip in the first of the summer Unit II, in Sec. 35, T6S, R21E,
8:10: SR100 at County Line 3.20: McKinney Road ;7:56: Lawtey Bern. 2:40: Ok) Lawtey Rd. & Market 7:46: Middle School 3.00: SR100A North months. with June sales $5,100.

825: Middle School 3:25: SR225 and SR18 |8:10: Middle School Rd. 7:50: High School totaling $288,800.Representatives. Walter Perkins and wife to
8:30: High School 3:30: SR231 and SR13 f 8:15: High School 2:45: Middle School 7:55 Hospital: SRIOO at Veterinary 3.06: Middle School from the Esther B. Ellerson, the west
and Starke Elem. School 2:50: High School 3:10: High School
8:00: SR100 and Forsythe Road property appraisers office four acres of the NEV4 of the
I 8:20: Old Lawtey Rd and Market 3:05: Lawtey Bern. School 3:15: Southside Etem. .
8:15 Forsythe Road end SRIOO could give no definite reason SWV4 of the NEV4 of Sec.: 26
Route 24. Driver: FREIDA MOTT Rd 3:20: US301 at Highland 3:20: SR100 at Veterinary Hospital
South for this, other than it is the TSS, R22E, and containing
This route will begin of the junction of SR235 and SR231 North of 8:25: SR18 3:35: US301 at Lawtey 8 20 Southside Elem. 3:25: SR100 and Forsythe Road nature of the market to four acres more or less,. $100.
Brooker with a loop made at the Russell Green Road. The proceed to the 8:30: Starke Bern. 8:25:: Middle School 3:40: Forsythe Road end SRIOO fluctuate wildly. It is a long James Lee Goolsby, Jr. and

railroad tracks at New River. Then turn left on the R.R. Anders Road to 8:30: High School range market and people who wife to Herth M. Deal and
the Wily Kelly Road and then West to SR231 end then South to Brooker Route 49 Driver: ROBERT BANKS buy in June are affected by wife Crystal Lake Homesites,

Etementary. Proceed North on SR235 to SR100, then right or East on Route will begin at SR225 at the County Una proceeding to Lawtey Ele Route 44 Driver: WIWE WILLIAMS what happens a few months Lot 29 on Cypress Ave. at

SR100 to SR225, then North on SR225 to Crews Road, then West on School, unloading all elem. students. Repeat to county line picking up Route begins at Trestle Road at Sampson Lake, proceeds North to before. Lakeview Drive, $30,000.
Crews Road (circles behind Bayles Highway Church) back to SR225 all students grades 712. Proceed to Middle School and High School. SR100 to Edwards Loop and Alton Road to Middle School, High School Real Estate agents con- Van Wayne Bennett to
return to SR100 picking up students to pant of Crosby Lake Cemetery, Afternoon route begins at Middle School and reverses the morning and Southside Bern. firmed this hypothesis. Donald Keith Bennett and

proceed to Starke Elementary, Bradford Middle and Bradford High route, then to Lawtey Be. and repeat route. Route 44A begins on SR230 at the County line. Proceeds west to the Compared to other monthsof wife, a parcel lying in the
Schools. last entrance to Wilson Road. Pick up students on Wilson Rd. to Griffis 1977 June was about NE14 of the NW4 of the NW4

A.M. SCHEDULE P.M. SCHEDULE Loop and Bethel Church area. Return to Wilson Road and proceed to $400,000 under the average, of Sec. 23, T5S, R22E, the
A.M. SCHEDULE P.M. SCHEDULE 7:40: County Une to SR225 2:30: Middle School Southside Bementary Middle School and HIgh School. These two with April sales totalling south 279.59 feet of the east's,
7:05: SR235& SR231 miles N. 2:30: Middle Schoolof 7:55 Lawtey Bern. 2:35: High School routes will be reversed in the.afternoon.P.M.. $777,265 and May sales $100. '
Brooker 2:35: High School totalling $674, 500. Donald Keith Bennett and
8:00: SR225 et County Line 2:50: SR225 at County Line
7:20: R.R. Anders Road 2.45 Crosby Lake Cemetery) 8:10: US301 and SR225 3:00: Lawtey Bern. A.M. SCHEDULE P.M. SCHEDULE Prices of transactions are wife to Van Wayne Bennett, a
7:40: Kelly Road & Gas Plant 2.66; SR225 at Crews Road 8:25: Middle School 3:10: SR225 at County Line 7:15 Trestle Rd. at Sampson Lake 2:30: Southside Elam figured from documentary tax parcel lying in the NE 4 of the
7.50 Brooker 3.05 SR235 st SR100' 8:30: High School 7:25: Grade Road at SRI 00 2:35: Middle School stamps affixed to deeds filedin NW,4 of the NWU'of Sec. 23.
fm 3:15: Brooker EIem. School, 2:40: High School the office of the county the south feet
B.oo SR235 7:35: SR100 and Edwards Loop T53, R22E, 131
Inlra 2:45: Alton Rd.
8:10: SR.225 320SR235&SR2312me.N.: 7:40: Alton Rd. clerk. of the north 381.5 feet of theE1
20Crosby Lake Cemetery of Brooker Route 61, DriverHAZEL: SAPP 7:45: Middle School 2.55: SRI 00 and Edwards Loop June sales were: ?, $100.Donald.
825: Middle School 325 ".". Andrews Road Route begins N. of the State Prison on graded road, thence to SR125 to 7:50: High School 3:06 Grade Road at SRIOO Conley S. Bush and wife, to Keiii Bennett to

830: High School 355 Kelly Road & Gas Plant graded road by Lawtey Cemetery and SR225 to Lawtey Bern. School. 7:56: Southeide Bern 3:15: Trestle Rd. at Sampson Lake Charlie C. Cribbs and wife, the Van Wayne Bennett, Lots 45,

Unloads all students. NWv4 of the NW>/. of Section 46, 61 and the S'z of Lot 47 in
Route 14 Driver: ALBERTA DELL Route 61A begins on US301 at SR200A and proceeds S. on 301 pickingup 8:00: County Line at SR230 3:20: High School 33, Township 6 South, Range Sec. 29, TSS R21S:, as per platof

Route will begin at Hampton and South on SR325 to the County Une. students to Morgan Road, and proceeds to Bradford Middle School, 8:10: Wilson Road & Colley Rd. 3 3:25:30 Southsida Middle School 22 East, $10,500.Donald Woodlawn. $100.

Return to Hampton and Proceed North on SR221 turning East on Johns Bradford High School and Starke Elem. 8:15: Bethel Church 3::35 Bethel Church Bern. F. McRae and wifeto Bradco Development Corp.to .
Road for approximately 1 1/2 miles, turning South on Rhoden Graded 8:20: Southside Elem. 3:40 Edward Lee Wall and wife, Edwin Ray Nettles and
Road to SR 18. Picking up on graded road South on SR18 then back on A.M. SCHEDULE P.M. SCHEDULE 8:25: Middle School 3:50: Wilson Rd. the St-* of the NEU of Sec. 36, wife Lot 5, Block 7. ofTemple's
SR18 thence to Hampton Elementary School. Pick up students for 7:25: SR125 at Redding Road 2:30: Middle School 8:30: High School : County Line, SR230 T6S, R21E, $9,500. Addition, in Sec. 28,
Mddle School and High School leaving sufficient room for Lincoln City 7:50: SR225 2:35: High School & Starke Elem. Mildred G. Glisson and T6S, R22E, $800
students assigned to Mddle School thence to High School. The afternoon 7:55 Lawtey Bern. 2:45: US301 and Morgan Rd. Mary Jane Thomas to RussellD. Ina F. Horne and Jerry R.
route will begin at Middle School thence to High School and 8:00: US301 at SR200A 3:00: US301 and SR200B Route 23 Driver: BETTY GRIFFIS Stark and Beatrice Thornton Knight to Otis C. Forsyth and
Lincoln City and on to Hampton Bern., reversing the morning route. 8:15: US301 at Morgan Rd. 3:05: Lawtey Bern. Route will begin at Griffin Fish Camp. Proceed around Lake Santa Fe to a parcel in the SW cornerof wife, Lot 5, Kessler's Addi
8:25: Middle School 3:10: State Road 225 a point between the lakes and back to SR100. Proceed North on SR100 the SEi'4 of the NE'.4 of Sec. Lion Sec. 19, T7S, R22E

A.M. SCHEDULE P.M. SCHEDULE 8:30: High School & Starke Elem. 3:35: SR125 at Redding Road to Southside Bern., Middle and High Schools. The afternoon route 27, T6S, R21E, $16,000. 2000. _
begins at Mddle, Bradford High end Southeide Bern. Schools and .reverses Edward J. Rowe and wife to
7'30 SR325 at County Line South 2:30: Middle School B.T. Thomas and wife to
7.55 SR221 and John Road 2:35: High School Route 59 Driver: MARY BURTON the morning routes. Freddie D. Wilkison, a portionof James L. Andrews and wife,
8:00 Johns Road 2.45 Lincoln City the W*, of lot 60 which lies all that of Lot Block
: portion 4.
Route begins in Cracker Six and then proceeds to Dick Starling Rd., E. A.M. SCHEDULE P.M. SCHEDULE
8 05 Etem! 2:55 Hampton Elem. south of SR 125, Woodlawn 5. bound the west U.S.
Hampton on by <
1/2 mile and returns to US301 then N. to Griffa Rd. South on Claude 7:30 Griffin Fish Camp 2:30: Middle School
8:15: Lincoln City 2:58: Johns Road & SR221 Subdivision In Sec. 15, TSS, 301 and on the north by'
Rowe Rd. West on SR125 to first graded road, making loop back to 7:50 SR21B at SR21A 2:35: High School
8.25 Middle School 3:03Johns: Road & SR18 R22E,'$100. Container Road of"
Corp. right
SR125 then to Lawtey Elem. Unload all students. 7:55: SR21A and SR100 2:40: Southside Elem. Jones to
8.30 High School 3.07 SR18 in Hampton Route seA begins et US301 at Morgan Rd. procedding South to Market 3:05: SR100 and SR21A Arthur James way, begin triangular in form,'
3:15: SR325 at County Line David Jones and wile Lot 11 lying in the E.W, Hayes Subdivision -.
Rd. and W. to SR16. Turn right on SR16 to Crosby Store and turn 8:20: Southside Elementary 3:09 SR21A and SR218
of Block 6 E.W. Hayes' Subdi-
Route 62, Driver: BRENDA JONES around proceeding to Middle School High School and Starke Bern 8:25: Bradford Mddle School 3:30: Griffin Fish Camp 2500.
vision in Sees. 32 and 33 T6S
Route begins at SR18 and SR227 and proceeds East US301. North on 8:30: High School Lewis N. Tilley and wife to
US301 to SR221 thence South on US301 to SR18 and to Hampton A.M. SCHEDULE P.M. SCHEDULE R22E $100.James Cecil W. Waters and wife a

Elementary. Load students grade 8-12 to capacity at Hampton Elem. or 7:15: Cracker Six 2:30: Middle School Route 51 Driver: PATSY GRIFFIS DeSue to Veronica portion of the SEI4 of the

the City Hall and proceed to Middle School and High School. 7:25: Starting Road 2:35: High School & Starke Elem. Route will begin on SR16 at the CIty Umrts proceeding East on SR16 to corner DeSue,of commence theSEI' of at the the NW4of SE NWi4 of Sec 31, T7S R22E,
Route 62A begins on SR16 at the Apartments and proceeds to South- 7:30: Grrffis Road 2:45: SR16 at Crosby Store the County Une. Proceed W. on SR1S to Bowers Rd. to SR230. 8500.
Sec. 21, T6S, R22E, and run Gilbert
side Bum. School. 7:38: Claude Rowe Rd. 2:56 US301 and Market Rd. Proceed on Bessent Road to Southside Bern. Bradford Middle and Q. Crosley and wifeto
west 394 feet, run then north J.E. and
wife
7:45 US301 and SR125 3:00: US et Hammonds Bradford High Schools. The afternoon route begins at Southside, Milligan ,
180 feet, then east 89 feet for a
P.M. SCHEDULE at the intersectionof
commence
A.M. SCHEDULE 7:50: Lawtey Elementary 3:05: US301 at Morgan Rd. Mddle School and High School, reversing the morning routes.
of'
7:15 SR18 and SR227 2:30: Southside Elem School point beginning. From the south line of Center St.'
2:40: Apartments on SR16: there, continue east 208 feet, with the easterly line of SR-200
7:28: SR18 and US301 7:55 US301 at Morgan Rd. 3:10: Lawtey Bern. A.M. SCHEDULE P.M. SCHEDULE
7:35: US301 and SR221 8:00: US301 at Hammonds 3:15: Cracker Six 7:40: SR16 at City Urmia then north 208'feet, west 208 (U.S. 301)) run 18 degrees west
7:42: US301 and SR18 2:45: Middle School 8:06 US301 at Market Rd. 3:26: Starling Road 7:45: SR16 at County Une 2:30: Southside Bern. feet and south 208 feet to pointof along said esterly line of SR
7.50 Hampton El m. School 2:50: High School 8:15: SR16 at Crosby Store 3:30: Gritfis Rd. 7.55: SR16 at Bowers Rd. 2:35: Middle School beginning, $100. 200. 754 feet to point of
7.55 Hampton City Hall 3.05 Hampton City Hall 8:25: Middle School 3:38: Claude Rowe Road < 8:05: Bowers Road at SR230 2:40: High School T.L. Morwood, Sr. and wifeto beginning, continue south 18
8'10 Middle School 3:10: Hampton Etem School 8::30 High School & Starke Elem. 3:43: US301 and SR125 8.10: Bessent Rd. 2:50: Bessent Road R.C. Eddy II and wife, partof degrees west along easterly
8.15 High School 3.20 SR18 and SR227 8:20: Southside Elem. 2:55: Bowers Road at SR230 Lot 3 of Unit 3 of Indian line of SR 200. 150 feet, run
323SR18and US301 Beach Subdivision, $100. south 72 degrees 16 minutes
8:25: Middle School 3:05: SR16 at Bowers Road
8'20 Apartments on SR16 3:30: US301 and SR221 Route 29 Driver: GLENNA MORGAN 8:30: High School 3:15: SR16 at County Una Geneva Lake Estates, Inc. 10 second east, 250 feet, run
8:30 Southsida Elem. School 3.37 US301 and SR18 Route begins at US301 and SR200B and proceeds East by Lawtey 3:20: SR1e at CIty Limits to Louis C. Wengert and wife north 18 degrees east 150 feet,
Correctional Institution picking up all students for Lawtey Bern., Bradford Lot 28 of Geneva Lake run north 72 degrees 16

Mddle and Bradford High Schools. The afternoon route begins at 52 Estates, $5,400. minutes 10 seconds west 250
Route Driver ETTA FAY THORNTON
Route 1, Driver: JOYCE COLLINS Bradford Middle and Bradford High, thence to Lawtey Bern and : Cullen L. Raines to David feet to point of beginning all
Route beyiin., dt S13 East at theLiuun dory of the school attendance area, reverses the morning route. Route will begin In Starke and pick up students on US301 South to LeRoy Raines and Lynda lying in Sec. 21, T6S,. R22E
proceeds West to SR221 and South to US301 and County Une. Northon SR227,thence West on SR227 to SR225 to Sampson City Return same Raines Hatam, in Lot 2, from 15000. .
route to US301.: Turn South on US301 to Junction with SR221. Turn
US 301 to SR 18 to Hampton Etem Load Students (grades 8-12)) A.M. SCHEDULE P.M. SCHEDULE most northerly corner, south Ernest B. Jones and wife to
leaving 25 spaces to be used on route to Starke. Proceed on US301 to 7:45: SR200B and US301 2::30 Middle School around Bradford and continue Schools.route The afternoon to Southside Bementary, Mddle, and 49 degrees east, 50 feet along James R. McCarthy and wife,

SR100A (Edwards Loop) proceeding West picking up all students on 8:00: SR200B and SR225 2:35: High School Mddle and High Schools, and route will begin at Southside Indian Drive, then south 41 a parcel of land lying in theNWI.
SR100A to SRIOO then to Bradford Middle School, High School and 8:06 Lawtey Bern. 2:56: Lawtey Bern. High reverse: morning route. degrees west 440 feet more or of the SW>4 and partly

Southside Elementary. Reverse schedule in the afternoon. 8:25: Middle School 3:00: SR200B and SR225 A.M. SCHEDULE P.M. SCHEDULE less to Lake Santa Fe, then In the SW'4 of the SWr4 of Sec,

8:30: Bradford High 3:15: SR2008 and US301 7:40: US301 at Prevatt Creek 2.30: Southside Bern. northwesterly along said lake 26 T6S, R22E, 22000.
A.M. SCHEDULE 50 feet, more or less to the
P.M. SCHEDULE 7:50 SR225 2:36: Middle School Mable Bryant to Handson
: at Sampson City
7:15: SR18 at Theressa 2:30: South aide Elem. 8:00 SR225 and SR227 2:40: High School most westerly corner of said Cohen Lot 4 of Block 24 of the
Route 43 Driver
: BEVERLY MATHEWS :
7:25: SR18 and SR221 Lot 2, then north 41 degreeseast
2:40: Middle School North Reno Subdivision of the
8:05 SR227 and US301: 2:50: US301 at SR221
Route will! begin at the intersection of SR16 and SR229A at Heilbron :
7:35 US301 441 feet the north.
Une along
: at County
2:46: High School 2.55 SW14 of the NE'4 of the SE'4'
8:10 US301 and SR221 : US301 and SR227
Baptist Church Proceed W. SR229A to SR233 :
on junction with S. and
7:40: US 301 at ST18 westerly line of said Lot 2 to
2:50: SR100A and SR100 3:00 and the Wla of the SE'4 of theSE'
SR227
:
8:20 Southside Bern. and SR225"
return on SR233. Thence proceeding S. on SR18 and to Bradford :
on
7.50 Hampton Elem. 3.0rj US301 & SR100A point of beginning, $100 of Sec. 21 T6S R22E
3:10: SR225 ,
8:25 Middle School at Sampson .
Mtide SChhool, Bradford High and Starke Bern. :: City Ossie Wynn and wife to
3:10: Hampton Ele. 8:30 School 3:20 US301 at Prevatt Creek $500.
: High
8.05 US301 and SR100A 3.20 US301 at SR18 Anthony S. Wynn and wife, a Thomas D. Williams and
3:25: US301 at County Une Route 43A wll ll being: at the junction of SR233 and US301 Proceed W. parcel situated in the NWU' of wife to Thomas Lacey
a
3:35: SR18 and SR221 on SR233 to SR16 thence N. to Bill Reddish'1 Store. Proceed E. on dirt Route 37 Driver: Jackie Ellington the NW'4 of Sec. 11. T7S, parcel containing one acre in

3:46: SR18 at Theressa road to Crawford Settlement and return to SR16. Proceed South to Route will begin on graded road at Marklee Starling's. Return to Luke R21E, a parcel containingthree the NW>4 of the NW. of Sec,
Mddle School High School and Starke Bern. These two routes will be Road South 1 1/2 miles. Turn E. on Laura Church Road 1 1/2 miles acres more or less, $100. 2J|. T6S R20E.) $10.500
reversed in the afternoon. South 1/2 mile East 1 mile the Old William R. Alderman and
on Kingsley Lake Rd. Turn around at George W. Ricks and to
Route 4 Driver: JAMES WATERS P.M. SCHEDULE the County tine and travel W.2 miles on Stem Road. Thence Northwest wife to G.L. Lester, the SW George W. Ricks and wife;

Route will begin on SR200A:! turn W. on Dick Ferguson Road. Proceed 7:15 A.M.SR16 SCHEDULE and SR229A 2:30: Middle School 1/2 mile on the Ellington Road and return to SR16. Proceed on SR16 to corner of the the NW 4 of the from the intersection of the;

to first dirt road S. Circle around by Woodlawn Church continuing 7.19:: SR229A and SR233 2:36: High and Starke Elem Southside Elementary Bradford Middle and Bradford High Schools. SW'. Of Sec. 5, TBS R22E, south edge of SE'4 of the NE'',<
Northeast to first dirt road to left. Proceed on graded road to SR225 7:30: SR233 and SR16 2:40: Green Acres The afternoon route begins at Southside Bern., Mddla and High containing two acres more or of Sec. 16, T6S R22E with the
turn East and proceed to Lawtoy Ele. Pick up students for Middle School 7:36 Green Acres 2.46: SR233 and SR16 Schools and reverses the morning route. less $100.William. west edge of the right of way
and High School. R. Alderman and of SR 200, then northwesterlyalong
7:40 Middle School 2:56: SR229 and SR233
Route 4A will Market : A.M. SCHEDULE P.M. SCHEDULE wife to Ethel M. Estes and or the west edge of said
begin Road
on and Old Lawtey Road and proceed 7:46: High School &Starke Bern :2.00:: SR16 and SR229A ]
South to the Apartments on SR16 and High School. 7:30:: Marklee Starling's 2:30: Southside Etem. Oscar R. Estes Jr., in the SW highway, 284. feet to a point
7:46: Starling's Rd. and Luke Rd. 2:35 Middle School corner of the NWV4 of the of beginning, then westerly for
A.M. SCHEDULE P.M. SCHEDULE 7:50: SR233 and US301 3:10: Middle School 7:52: Luke Rd. & Laura Church Rd 2:40: High School SW l. of Sec. 5, TS, R22E con- 315 feet, along north edge of
2:30: High School 8:00: SR233 and SR16 3:15: High School & Starka Elem. 8:00 Old Kmgstey Lake Rd. taining two acres more of less
lands
2.50 Old Lake
7:25: SR200A and Ferguson Road 3:25 BiN, Reddish's : Kingstey at SR16 deeded by D.E. Knight-
: Store
SR16 8 08 Crawford Settlement
2:36 Apartments on 8:05' Old Kingsley Lake at SR16 $100. ,
7:40: Woodlawn Church 2:56: Old Kingsley Lake Rd at and N.L. Knight to Milton
3 36 Crawford
2 40 Market Road and Old 8:15: Bill Reddish Store : Settlement
: 8:15: Southside Etem. School Geneva Lake Estates. Inc..
Carter
7:46 SR225 County Line on March 6 to
: 1946 a
Road 3:45: SR16 and SR233
Lawtey 8:25: Middle School
7:56: Lawtey Elementary 8:25: Middle School 3:03: Laura Rd. and Luke Rd. to Lansing J. Roy and wife stake at the NW corner of said
3:53 SR233 and
School 8:30: High School & Starke Bern. : US301
Middle
2:46 Lot 3\ Geneva
: 8:30: High( School Creek Subdivision lands
3:10 then
8:10 Middle School : Starling Road & Luke Road northerly 205.5 feet
8:15 High School 2:50: High School 3:20: Marklee Starling's with easement across more or less to the SW cornerof
3.( Lewtey Bern. Emery Lane, $12,000. Othma A. Griffis land, then

8.20 Old lawtey Road and Market Road' 3:15: SR225 Walter T. Skelton attorney easterly long the south edge of
8:25: Apartments on SR16 3'20:: Wood Church Route 91, Driver: NANCY COLEMAN Route 41 Driver: JOHNNIE JACKSON in fact for C.J. Miller to Mack the Griffis land to the west

8::JO High School 3 Road 36 SR200A & Ferguson"" Route will begin at SR16 and SR225. Proceed W. on SR225 to the Rout will begin at Speedville then proceed North on SR100 to Soutsid and Ruby Elaine Lee, a por- edge of SR 22, then southerly
Faulkner Road, returning to SR225 and S. on SR229. Thence to Middle Bern., Mdde School and High School. tion of land in theSW corner of 205.5 feet more or less along

Route 33 Driver: MARIE MORGAN School High School and Starke Bern. Route 41A will begin at US301 S. in Lincoln City Proceed South on the NWV4 of the SWV4 of Sec. the west edge of HW 200, toe
T6S
Route begin on SRIOO(old)around Lake Bedford returning SR100 to SR100A to the second house past Owen Joist Proceed to Middle 22 R22E $1,100. point of beginning, which Is
Graded Theressa Road. Proceed to SR18, East on SR18 and proceed to Routs 91A will begin at the County line on SR16 end proceed to Middle School Hgh School and Southsida Bam. The second route wi .leave known Leland A. Brown, also 284.5 feet from the intersection
SR100 to the Batten Road and SR100 to Southside Etem., Bradford School High School and Starke Bern These two routes will be reversed first in the afternoon. wife as Artford Brown and of said south edge of
In the afternoon. to Jerry M. Hall and the SEV4 of the NE'/4 of said
Mddte and Bradford High Schools. The afternoon route begins at Bradford -
of land
wife a boundedon
parcel
f M dole, High School and Southside Gem and reverse Its morning A.M. SCHEDULE P.M. SCHEDULE the south section. township and range
route. A.M. SCHEDULE P.M. SCHEDULE 7:30: SR21A at SpsedviHe 2:30: Middle School by Sampson 1100.
r '7:15 SR22S at SR16 7:35: SR21A It SRIOO .2:36: High School Lake, lying in Sec. 27. .T8S., George F, McKowen and
t f A.M. SCHEDULE P.M. SCHEDULE 7:30 Rising Rd. at SR229 2:30: Middle School 7:50: Southeide Etem. 2:40: Lincoln Oty M US301: I R21E $8,500Dewey wife to Billy P. Spreacher. a ,

7:35: SRIOO (old) 2:30: MIddle School: 7:40: Middle School 2:35: High( School & Stark Etom, '7:56: Middle School 2,56: Owen. Joists wife to Sarnt B. McKinney and parcel containing 4.81 acres
7.46.: SR100 at Bedford Lake Rd. 2:36: High School 7:46: i High( School & Starke Elem. 2:46: Rising Road at SR229 Sarntinoranont.of comprising the S* of Lots 23,
7:50 SRIOO at Theressa Rd. 2:40: South.** EJem.t 3:06: SR225 at SR18 .' 8.05: Lincoln City US301: 3:00: Middle School a the parcell'inlln of the SWV4 and 24 of Sec. 12.; of Wood-'
t 7.57: SR18 at SR100 :* Batten Road at SR100 7:56: SR16 at County line North 8:20: Southsid Elam 3:06: High School SWV Sec. 20, TBS, lawn $43,500.Clara :

804 SR100 at Batten Road 3:03: f 2&1 SR100 ,8:06 SR16 end SR229A 3:10: Middle School 8.25: Middle School 3:10: Southside Bern.. R22E $28,000. B. Cook to Earl B,
8'20 Southede Elem. 3:10: at Theresa Road 8:25! Mddle School 3:15: High School & Stark Slam,. 8:30: High School 3-.2S SR21A 8t SRIOO ,wife_ Robert J. Atkinson, Jr. and ,Traxell and wife, a parcel In;
to
825 Middle School 3:15: SA100 r Railford Lake Rd. 8:30. High School & Starka Slum 3:35: SR16 at SR299A 3.30: SR21A at Speedvile Frank Sylvester' Williams, the Wok of the SEuof the4NWtoof

830: High School 3JO: SR100 (Ioldl) .. 3:50: SRIfl at County Una North Williams J. McAfee, Joint and tenants ThomasN. Lot T5S. 1E$9 the SWl.000.,.. of Sec. 2*



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& MONTH Alit o no PAKK' BAPTISTCIIUitcH FIRST METHODIST s n.n'l111: TIM CIIUIC1!

CIIL'HCII' Elder: 1'.(.'. Williams
:
Rev. O.D Brooks
"(In, the search fora
_ Orange Street Sunday: Church School for friendly church?"
all ages. 9:45: a.m.; Morning
SUNDAYt' Sunday School 10 Worship (Nursery provided) elcome to Smyrna
END a.m. ; Worship Service 11 lli a.m
a.m. Evening Worship ----
; 7pmWKDNKSUAY SUNDAY' )
dtJ : Sunday School,
I family centers Service 7pmALLEN: : Prayer 10 a.m., Worship Service, 11
FIKSTItXI'llSTtlil'ltCII a.m., B.T.S., 5:45: p.m:,
........
--- -- Krv.! Kon Bryant Evening Worship 7 p.m.
MJNDVY: Sunday School. All visitors are warmly

('llAP"I.A.I.l'lIl.UCIl. 9:43: a.m. !Morning Worship welcoming:. __

EEflBFEGB @Q(!J CJG3Q( $ SA VI I N G S "The 74<)Friendly Piue: St..StarkeRev. {""ure"" p.m.pm.WEDNESD.1Y II a.m.: Evening; Church Worship.Training 6 7'30:::15: Clll'KCIIOFGOI Rev STAHKE M.K.Drake. : )


.
301 south SHOPPING CENTER Starke It.G. lleastie, Pastor ; : : Hour of

Ad Good Aua.) 25, A.ua. 27, 1977 St'MMY' : Sunday School Power 7:30: p m. Sunday: Sunday School, 10

9 30 ., a.m.: Morning Worship. II
: ju m Morning Worship
Evening; Worship 7 '
a m;
11 a.m., Evening Worship, 5 S See 'I!
$8888 MANY p.m., first Sunday only: love KIM1SLEY; ; LiKE: BAPTIST pm.Wednesday Family ':
feast 7:30: p.m. Friday before
Itev.l'aigeBowmanSL'1D.IY Training hour 7:30: p.m.
first Sunday
: Sunday School Friday: Prayer Meeting
ITEM IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllllll Bethel Baptist Chunh 10 am.; !Morning Worship. 11 7'\W\ p.mUNITED.
1 A N D IL.JIt'7 N DI (
I Russell Davis Pastor a.m., Church training. 6:30: SSCe
o. A LECTgCP.1 COMPANY IIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. II Sunday School 10 a.m.; p.m., Evening Worship 7:30: PENTECOSTAL! :
Ni ; Morning Worship 11 a.m.; p.m Cllt'lUII'
WEDNESDAY.; : : Mid.Week
Evening Ul'v.n.l.'l'lIs
7:30
% PRICE Worship : p.m.;
NW3307 Wednesday Prayer Meetma Prayer Service 7:30: p.m. 204 N.Water St.
7:30: p.m. ---- SVi'l USunday School

e ---r MKK'S: 10 a.m.; Worship services, 11
F (\I.\\HV 1I.\1"1'IS1' '. EPISCOPALKrv. a.m., and 7pm.WEDNESDAY.
John
('Ill'KCIIJim Fly miM'MMY : : : Bible I
IN
Pastor : 8:30: a.m. Holy
Black .
Eucharist: : 10 a.m., Morning Study 7:30: p m.
""UIMYoung People'sService
,
Sl'NDXY: Sunday Schixil, Pray er 7:30: p.m.SSe.
CENTER UII! : : n.m.Iorning: : Worship, TUESDAY 9:30: a.m.
II a.m.; Evening Worship 7 j Prayer Group in Church
p.m. Wed. Services 7.H:: ) m. Building -
40 CHANNEL AISLE p -See I'IKI.KKI.IUI'IESI: :. .: :
---- KcKoniiin.\l\are/",
77-8828 F'1 ttST ASSEMBLY: ()F"ThellapiM PINFJVEME'f :: ;) : SUM: U.\\': Sunday School I I
CB RADIO SALE Gill; ) : ItODIST('I IUR'li lo .1 m, Worship. I II I n m.
Church It ev. Ul'lIl.,('olt'man Bible Study. 030:: p m "I
Reg. $1 0988 4 watt output. PA switch squelch control, -A Ilw y.1laeldon St. KMiinu: Worship 7 i p m.
Slaike Sl'\: n.\V: Sunday School
gain control.MEN'S \\ EDNEsnI'ra.Mr: : .
Sl'M\Y: : Sunday School. \\1:43: a.m.; Morning Worship Svi'VICP. 7:30:: p n,.
Ida m: Morning Worship. I 11i I I 11 tam.; Evening: Services I
& BOY'STENNIS ( m.; Evening Worship. 7-to: p m -SSSee Se

\. $3 6:?,) 1'lIl'IISU'Pra30'l'r <<<.Ie 1l.: It11"I'IS'I'l'Ill'It11 .I
SHOES \\ >
:
EDNISUYouth
I\ll't'tinW
S=_ INsy Mill \ Sonlh
t\- meting 7 p.m.; Bible Study. St'\Dti': : Bible :.School. HI

GIRLS 7 p.m.Pastor ST. EDWAKD'SCATIIOLICKev. ,1.111, : Worship 11 a i in .
\\ & LADIES Robert Harden I'tiion I
Training 7 JlI11.
TENNIS SHOES $ 2 oo Welcome one and all'' .Patrick II. Foley (Ku'innHorslnp.: K p.m.
S S S S W\MDMM: : : : I'r'u\I'l' !
TIGGS& FIKSrCIUUSTIANCIIL'KCII 1 :\ !Masses: Saturday p.m.. :\I'l'tmg 7':'III p m 'A Sunday 11 am. :Monday 7
; where, ..every!. hodx. is
Jim Love, :.Minister p.m., Tuesday 8:30: aim, Mll11l'h'Kf\ "
LADIES REAR Wednesday c:::111<) p m
CIGAR TYPE BAGGER Sl'M\Y: Sunday School" Thursday, 8:30: a.m.. first?' MADISON( ;'; SI. !UAPTIST!

100 % COTTON MOWER 9:45: a m.; morning service, I Friday' ofmonth. 8:10:: a m. Kev Charles I It.{ Swartz ,
10-15: : a.m.; youth group e 'onlessions: Monday 6 p.m. pastor. i I
SCHOOLBOXES 20" cut. yHP.. Recoil start. Engine shroud. Deluxe p.m. ; evening worship 7 (1:43;: p m., or upon request
TOPS finger tip 5 position wheel height adjustment. pm; Choir practice! 8pm. Parish Council Meetings Sunday : Sunday School
"EUNf.SUBible 'I fourth Monday of each month. 9:43: : Morningorship II 11

Study 8 p.m.FIKST Altar Society Meetings a.m., Children'sorship 11
S S S_ I 1st! Monday of each month. a.m., Church Training; (6:13: \;) I
S-M-L-XL 99.88 iS p.m. and Kxcningorship
FKESB: YTEH(IAN 7:111:: ) p m.Nursery.
CHLHCIIDr. :MOl'U.KOM( ) provided for all

.Jack Hand ministerSUNDAY \PTIST
$199 37'KINGERGARTEN Sl'.Nim: Sunday School. agesTuesday': Bible Study 111a I

HANGING BASKET : : Sunday School, ,10 a m.. Morning Worship and .m.
9:30: a.m.; Morning Worship. :Services for the Deaf,11. a.m., ednexdaMiducek: :
'
11 a m Training Union fi-30:: ( p m service 1:10:: p m. Children & I
HOUSE PLANTS
THURSDAY' : Choir Evening: Worship 7-.10: p m Youth Choir 70::! p.m., and
\\":D\: ISU.lidoH'l'k: : : Adult Choir Practice 11:10:: )
practice 7:30: p.m. : pm. i
LADIES I Prayer' Service 7:30: iI I iI
Reg. 2" $197 I

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flTS KOOL AID Haw kl'rsonsslgnl'd :Mrs. Virginia T. Townsend Ruby Andrews of Lake
SLACKS AsMortarmanBaumnolder Mrs Virginia Virgie( ) Butler: one brother Seeber
DRINK MIX Thomas Townsend. 72, of Thomas of Jacksonville and
Orange Park died Tuesday. 10 grandchildren.
,
Germany -
$ 77 $ 57 Army Private Steven August 23. at her home after a Funeral Thursday.services August will 23: beheld at
long illness.
1 Hankerson. son of Mr. and
$388LADIES 2 Makes 10 Qt Lake 2.30: ( p m. at the Lake Buller
Mrs. Vasco Hankerson Jr.. Born in Butler !Mrs
Townsend and her husband Church of Christ with Brother

Haute 2, Starke, recently was the late John Rich Townsend. Pt'rryman Dennison and
RED AND WHITE Brother Lee Drawdy I offi
assigned as a mortarman with lived for many years on
the 8ith I Infantry, 2nd Brigadein Kmglsey Lake She was a elating Burial will follow in
KNEE HIGH SOCKS Baumholder Germany member of the Lake Butler the IH'kle Cemetery under the \
200 COUNT Germany.Pvt. Church of Christ.Survivors direction of Archer Funeral
SOLID COLOR include three Home of Lake Butler

FILLERPAPER Pr.JERGEN'S. 99C Hankerson entered the sons, Lamar Townsend of Connie Kd>' I Hudson. IK
PANTSUITS Army last March.lie !Maryland Heights. Mo.
is a 1976 graduate of Roland Townsend of !Middle- :Miss Connie Kay Hudson.
Bradford High School. burg and Bob Townsend of 16. of Keystone. Heights died

J SOAPFacial Orange Park, one sister. :Mrs. early Saturday morning. Aug I
20. in an automobile accidenton
c SR-2L I 1.7 miles south of

$588 P kg. 7 Z Size 1 0 C FLORIDA THEATREStarke Keystone Bradford Heights County in the edgeof

BarDon't Born Sept. 20. lo in
964.5451 Chattanooga Tenn.. :Miss
Hudson was a student at Keystone .

7 Big Days member Heights of High St.School Anne's anda


Be Caught Friday ALQ 26 Thursday SePt. 1 Episcopal Survivors Church.include her
parents, :Mr.and :Mrs Zane G

A long time agojnaqalaxy jar Jar away... Tammy Hudson( ; three Adams sisters and: :Miss:Mrs


rLJ 0 .Jj "" Patty Sherry Hudson Heights Knms of both andIrs.Nt>\of\berry:Keystone ,. I j

look-a-head her paternal grandmother. '
:Mrs Adelaide Hudson of
Wilmington i'.C.; and her
W4aVA
AUTUMN FESTIVAL maternal grandfather!; John
S Kaymondof Yankeeown!
CANNON, FULL PRINTED Funeral ser'icesere held
''h Lw a FLORAL BLANKET! Ste'eop"onc Sound Monday afternoon Aug. 22. in

BLANKET PC.ruwiLCIMUNCCSUUESTEII( [ *: 001 DOLBY SYSTEM I J St. Anne's Episcopal Churchat
11r ti y 72X90". 50% acrylic501polyester \\' : Keystone Heights with the
Gold
Lockwoven. pastor. Kev Thomas o.
& Pink. Burial
Feainster officiating

3 0.1 DRIVE IN I was Cemetery in Keystone with DeWitt Heights C

S788 lay-a-wa Jones Funeral Home in
301 South Starke 964-7484 charge of arrangements.In .
lieu of flowers donations
may be made to the Connie
FRIDAY & SATURDAYPLUS Hudson :Memorial Fund at St

J_ "CABIN QUILT" \ Anne's Episcopal Church.

PRINTED PATCHWORKBLANKET r\MORTHERN : :& I :MO I MM AM"*" :Mrs. :Mary l.otke

sEACOf ELECTR'ICBLANKET ri 601DIEBAWN. :Mrs, Mary D: Locke 79. of '
Kt 1 1. Lawtey, died
a 7 72X90", needlewoven and per TUFPIIflMOIHUnmi Wednesday morning. Aug, 17,
manapped 60% polyester/40% -
at her residence following a
rr -rr'' acrylic 4" nylon binding w' ,t ; uuunninnu sudden illness.
.;,\ Single or dual control. ctlnOCIIIIIlIrI'11111
f.' 80o Polyester/20% .. Born September 12. 1897 '
.. !Mrs. Locke was raised in the
) 7.88 4 T'kti Acrylic x84'PULL Blue or gold. 72" King I Kong IlII1t1i'llII! ':! _I'lI.Ilm'"BLACK o Archer Fla. area and movedto
Law ley over 30 years ago.

_: ; Panacea, She was a member of the ;.
:
: lb Highland Baptist Church.
: Survivors include a
Ii-- "DREAM FLORAL"FULL t. a '
daughter, Mrs. Mary Frances
; SIZE SIZE Eunice of Lawtey; a son Leon

I PRINTED BLANKET; SINGLECONTROL SUNDAY Locke of Louisville. Ky..
'
v. seven grandchildren and one
17.88
;' 72X90". 100fa acrylic with 5* ( MONDAY great-grandson.
i polyester added for strength 4"S r Funeral service were held
r -' / taffeta bunging Blue with gold Friday afternoon. Aug. l 19, in

FULL SIZE the Highland Baptist Church
with Rev. James Cowart and
: 7.889' DUALCONTROL Rev. John Chasteen .i
21.88
SHAMPOO" officiating. Burial was In Long
'
'If
Branch Cemetery with DeWittC.
Jones Funeral Home of i
-4
.PLUS ....
..J4."I-.c..P ---.L Starke in charge. of .
Sr
arrangements. >



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8 T.LEGRAPII AUlIustzS.I977-: .



City Electrical Workers Pop Warner Organizing..



Will Get Their Pay RaiseCity ..e 3 Tackle Youth TeamsTackle




electrical workers will elgnt percent pay raise. The Carlisle stating the rejectionof football 8-13 In coaching fund itrising and physical contact a minimumof
get their pay raise for sure city refused and the IBEW the arbitrator's decision, may be coming to Stare this helping with other duteis," 16 hours of conditioning are
now. because according; to took the case to court to force but there was no proof this Gillingham said. required and all players must
City Attorney JesseeVolbert, the city to comply. letter had ever been sent or Fall.Parents interested in Pop Warner is divided into have a physicalMrs..
received by from the four different divisions, each Gillingham said.
the city has decided not to anyone attend
forming a team a
appeal .Judge Wayne M. Judge Carlisle granted the IBEW. Pop Warner may ThursdayAugust25at8p.m.inthe divided by weight and size. She added national rules re-
meeting -
Cat lisle's ruling to go with the IBEW petition to have the city According to Judge Carlisle )3 Junior Pee Wee for 8,9 and 10 quire all players to maintainat
increase the pay scale of the everything done in the cause Pratt Street Center. year-olds that weigh 50-80 least a B average in schoolto
arbitrator's decision. city electrical workers by of "
the proceeding; was "four Linda Gillingham said the pounds. play.
1 he decision still awaits the eight percent retroactive to square except the rejectionof will Pee Wee Division is for 9, 10
meet to form
official signature of Judge October 1, 1976. the arbitrator's proposal. If association group in Starke and an to and 11 year-olds weighing between The Starke teams would join
Carlisle. The arbitrator's the proposal is not accepted or elect officers. 65-95 pounds. Junior teams from Orange Park
dl'cisiunlitnIKI. the judge said The case revolved around rejected within the 10-day( "We need four coaches and Midget Division is for 10,11 Green Cove Springs Bel Med
two Florida statutes which period, it is deemed as being other and 12 year-olds weighing between Middleburg and Keystone
any parents interested
bemuse the city did not notify determine the manner in accepted 95 and 125 Ibs.
the union with 10 days as which labor relations This was the only item in the RATTLER SILENCEDThis Mrs. Gillingham said that Heights for conference play.
_ required that the impasses are conducted.The case not fully complying with -the group.will .organize..as In the groups first meetingon
compromise was rejected. Starke C.C.; Friday August 19, John
Florida therefore the divisions
law rattlesnake many as they can get
won't rattle Jim left
Wolbert said city said it was not any more! Conroe ( ) Koch the Clay
the County
city bound by the arbitrator's application for compliancewith killed the snake that his neighbor Kevin Tillman right had players and help for. A
commission does feel the the arbitration rulingwas stepped on earlier In the week. Hosts minimum 22 players are re- commissioner for
decision without approval of Open Pop Warner
court erred and the
case is granted.A quired for each team with a 35 Football
the Starke City Council. The explained the asso-
appealable. but the council voted unanimously Tennis man limit set as maximum. ciation rules how they work
commission said it would cost against' the proposal. Land Use Plan Finalizedreconsideration Tourney Mrs. Gillingham said the and how they are enforced. 'tat
Uixp.'ijers more lo appeal the Deciding factor in the case rules for the league are set-up
case (him it would to pay the seemed to be the city's failure Registration is under way by the Pop Warner national Koch said he'd already :ill j
raise retroactively. comply with Florida Statute for the annual Starke Golf and organization to emphasize started collecting equipment
4-17 which states the city must sparsely attended final of an area consideration should be givento Country Club Open Tennis safety scholarship and fun. for the Starke teams and has a
"leik According Merrill to Edwards Wolbert City said reply within 10 days to the hearing on the county's east of the railroad in Lawtey maintaining it for this typeof Tournament to be played "Before the kids have any 20 helmets so far. '.1
the electrical workers on the comprehensive land use plan lying south of Carter Road construction. Gaines said September 1718. '1
to the i
pay raises 14 city's ruling after receivingthe was held in the County which tne this would be discussed with The tournament will have f.
involved will
employees the city somewhere in cost the decision of the arbitrator. Commission chambers showed designated Lawtey for mobile map the Lawtey council when the competition in five divisionsfor !
James Franklin Osteen colored is singles and two divisionsfor
Tuesday night with little Wilson map presented.
iHMghhorhMHl/ of $10,114.14.1.It ( homes. said that .
and assistant doubles.
negotiator citizen
input and
was in the summer of 1976 business manager for them.w. controversial issues raised.no several new conventional type Ed Cremer, area forester In the 12 and under division
when the dispute over the pay single family residences had with Container FISHINCONE1
said he felt both Corporation boys and girls will compete in
been built in this and
raise for the International parties were bound to the The plan is now ready to be area that said that of the three or four the same division. In the 18
Brotherhood of Electrical decision,and when the desired submitted for state review. comprehensive plans that he and under and adult divisions THINGS BY HAND m
\Vnrkfi (IHKW: ) began. period of time had passed Planning agent L.M. Gaines City Approves had observed he considered there will be separate
IBKW.: has asked after (the IBEW itself had said however, that the county Bradford County's to be the divisions for men and women.In WILL BE CLOSED ;
originally received the decision of the plan would be held up until Mobile best. He observed that the doubles there will be a Aug. 27 Sept. 5
for a percent pay raise for arbitrator the IBEW went to plans for the three small HomePlacement plan must be satisfactory to men's and women's division ',.;
city Herliical workers with municipalities Lawtey most local citizens judging by open to all ages. We Will
the city offering live percent.An the city for enforcement of the Hampton, and Brooker, have the slim crowd present Entry forms for the Reopen Tuesday, Sept. 6 :i!
nibitrator was brought arbitration ruling. been approved by their Tuesday night. tournament can be picked up .t
in. and ruled the city should The city presented in its councils and all would be sent Two applications for at the country club pro shop
give electrical workers an defense a letter to Judge to Tallahassee at the same placement of mobile homes on Cremer said his companyhad and the cost for entry is$5 for GET r I
time. city lots were denied Monday the necessary permission singles and $3.50 each for
the from DER and also federal doubles. Deadline for
night by entry Is
HOOKED
Gaines plans to obtain Board and one was approve agencies for the clear cutting .September 2. ::t
- K & M PAINT CONTRACTORSInterior colored maps of the municipal Application of George they are now doing In Clayno Seml.fil1al'of' the m
plans and present them as Randall to place mobile homeon Bay in West Bradford: and tournament are scheduled for oh"our

& Exterior soon as possible at regular lot in Legion Terrace off S. Cypress Run on Sampson September 17 with the finals FALL WORKSHOPS o 0
council meetings in the three Orange St., was denied sinceit Lake. He was told that the held on September 18. SNow's
Pressure Cleaning a Free Estimates towns, at which time citizen would be in conflict with the county plan was flexible in Trophies will be given to the ...
inout will be received and city's proposed new compre- this area and could not winners and runners-up in The Time To Start 1\\
Phone 964-5503 council approval sought. hensive land use plan. prevent the clear cutting in each division. Making Christmas Gifts o.
One question relative to the Application of John Curies wetlands now being done by For further information call t

Serving Starke & Surrounding Area 'Lawtey plan was brought up to place mobile home on Container to obtain cypress. 964-8184. Stop By Today Or When We Reopen And 3
by Zoning Board member property at426 N.Polk St. was
William Wilson who suggestedCoolaids also denied. REGISTER FOR CLASSESDecoupage' I
The of Johnnie
application
G .. II. Nichols to place a mobile ST.JOHNS RIVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE Beginning Art
; home at 1313 N. Grove St., in ANNOUNCES: COURSE I, REAL ESTATE !
A Reno was approved.The PRINCIPLE AND PRACTICES PLUS LAW Children's Art

,r-1-at a I board's recommendations WILL BE HELD AT THE KEYSTONE CaS BY
,4 -' A eec were accepted at HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL. CLASSES BEGIN 1yA/ WatercolorMaerame
council
ZII Tuesday night's city
r meeting. However upon request AUGUST 29. 1977 AT 7:00: P.M. THIS COURSEIS "Z-
of a spokesman repre- THE ONLY PRE-REQUISITE FOR THE 0
senting Mr. Randall the STATE REAL ESTATE LICENSE EXAM. I- Rub Out Batiking
matter of his application was FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 473-
/ t t- referred to the City Plan Committee 3254. 150 W. Call St. Starke 964-7792
g-t r ,comprised of Commissioners
Harold Epps and Joe ::
l Warren for further study a

T S fl .Local, Robberies


Solved In Jax T a
s:
: Vi i
II Il 1 ke Fencing NetworkA .."

FBI backed fencing =
k
operation in Jacksonville has
: led to the arrest of two men in '

e County connection robberies.with two Bradford : ) ) 1-.

e ore Albert Cecil Jones, 37 and .
Lee Norris Jones both of
.
:;
Jacksonville were charged
a
with burglary in the August 8
tiiLAA
1 / } 11 r ..
-i l break-ins of the Annie L. 1 1 't..
e'' Browning home and George '=
I II Browning home. A. WJ
,I The two are presently in
.
1 Duval County Jail on chargesof .
\ t : receiving stolen property.
1k I Bond is set at 10000.
''i : Bradford chief Deputy P P r
Robert Green reported that ,4
lii several guns stereos and

\1 radios were taken from the .
4\ 1 homes but 95 percent of the '
i property was recovered.
\ Q VJ
1 The FBI had a warehouseset
\. : up in Jacksonville that
"t"fi\l" ..... purchased stolen material
"eYetrk(Y i"1 '.:cr: "'d 1 1 while investigating and 1 'M ? 1.d

.,, -d't..{\\J It ;, gaining customers.The evidence on
'
c. ''II
c.-r :.;'f'CI. "":'r1 t'''' operation led to the

':I. ....1 :J.\o\ arrest of sellers of stolen
v;;,: property in Jacksonville and
North Florida in what the FBI 11 I Ikl
has described as one of the
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Good Attitude Gets BHS Football Off To Fast StartCoach


David Hurse said he shape with a good attitude the biggest end Hurse said probably the most experienced backhand he's about 10 pounds any game experience from
was very pleased with the first and ready to play football" he'd ever had at BUS. part of the '77 football heavier and a lot stronger," last year.
full week! of football practice. Hurse said. the Spring Walker work squad, with four staters returning Sexton said. Hansen said right now the
"We got a lot more mostly at tight end, but this from last season. The weak side linebacker top four men are Carter at
accomplished In the first week OFFENSE Fall he is working at both tight Roland Cummings is back position was one of Sexton's free safety Bright at monster
than we have in past years" "Right now our biggest end and split end. from last year's squad but he worries in the Spring but the
Hurse said.Defensive, problem on offense are depth Running backs Marvin Is being converted to a defen- play of Chuck Register and back, Dwayne Cummings at
backfield coach and inexperience," Coach Tyson and Doug Reddish have sive end from the defensive Isiah Jenkins helped to ease strong corner and Donald
Denny Hansen said part of the Hurse said. both looked good this week N tackle spot. his mind. -' Reddish'at free corner.
reason for' the work But Hurse did have many according to Hurse. and have "Roland worked in this "Both players..had a real
accomplished during the first bright sports on offense to talk been working real hard. I position In the spring and we good spring and are off to a Hansen said the top four
week was that very few on."Our '"Right now Doug and feel he's going to be a good good start this Fall They both have been getting real stiff
players missed practice."In passing game is Marvin are our only two : ill e/I physical ball player for us at will possibly see action," competition for their positions .
the past we've had kids farther ahead than it was last running backs but we'll work that are still working or still year at this time," Hurse said. Allen Norman and Esau .. .. Cummings is getting The defensive backfield was by the players under them andit
on vacation but this year Hurse credits the improved Bright In to add more depth" competition from a new stripped clean by graduation, has really helped build the
we've had almost everybodyout passing of Jeffery Norman at Hurse added .. .t,.... commer Marty Chastain, a so Coach Denny Hansen has backfield.
here every day. It keepsus quarterback and the At flanker Hurse has been .. transfer student from South been busy rebuilding duringlast Hansen said that
from having to go over improved catching of end working Allen Norman and '!l: Carolina, and Alton Moore Spring and this Fall Allen Norman, Richard
things twice" Hansen said. David Walker. Floyd Williams both returning ., )t" .. .. and Danny Hilderbran, both "We've got a lot of good Milner, Dale Rogers and
Hurse added that he thoughtthe "Jeffery is executing real from last year's ,. .fA. '. up from last year's JV squad. people but not a lot of game Harold Waters has been so
main reason for the good well and David Walker has varsity and Avery Shell. .1. ,;:. To anchor the middle of the experience," Hansen said. strong there Is a chance that
practice was the attitude of looked exceptionally good While Hurse has concentrated ? i/J// ', __ defense 6'1 235 pound tackle Esau Bright and David anyone of them could be a
the players. catching the football, Hurse rebuilding the backfield ". ) Marty Russell is back for his Carter are the only men with starter.
"These kids came back said. first year coach Bob Hancockhas 1( "I- senior year Sexton said
from the summer In good At 6'S", 200 Ibs. Walker Ism been working with the ... ,. Russell is a real good ballplayer
.
offensive line. who continues to
-----. -- Weak side guard Isaac I Improve with each
Ol: = ==1IJ1 -- OG-70.-- ." practice.
Cummings and weak side : / ';,; Fred Wood is working in the GUARD OPENINGSIN
H m I HUMAN -1 I tackle Bobby Smith are the ;. ..'., other tackle slot.
only two returning from last "Fred came out for the first
year's offensive line. Hancock :: """' time in the spring and he's
IEI UNDERSTANDING rEIi said both --, :.. i shown to MECHANICS-
; players are looking .- an eagerness play, AUTO WELDING-
good. and he stepped right in and
i "Isaac is getting better caught on.' Sexton said. RADIO REPAIR-ENGINEER EQUIPMENT-
: HI A funeral director every day he's shown a lot of Kenneth Cruger, one of lastyear's
serves at low
people a point
improvement and he's a more leading tacklers is
: In their lives.To give this service he needs both "
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: HI technical skill and human understanding. The proficient blocker Hancock Contact was heavy and hard as the Tornado grldders moved back in the nose" guard-
said. Hancock said S'll"Cumming's Into full for this weeks iractice.titlon., position.
I Hi stall of OeWITTC. JONES FUNERAL HOME pads p
biggest asset is "Kenneth is quick and
very
1 EJ Is sincerely proud that they have the rEI his quickness. "Kevin is 100 percent Im- probably the strongest man on 20 POSITIONS AVAILABLETo
opportunity to provide a warm and personal' Smith is back from since "It's hard lot doneon Sexton said of the
1 service. coming proved the spring, his to get a our squad,
I I J bruised kidney injury which attitude has always been good the offensive line in shorts. 180 pound Cruger "We'll
W Qualify You Must Be 17 Years of
OJ caused him too miss all of but he's improved his tech- Starting this week in full gear depend on him to( hold up the : Ageor
i S DeWitt C. Jones Benton Futch rEI spring practice. nique and his strength," we'll find out who can play" middle," he added.
"Bobby is 100 percent and Hancock said.Hancock Hancock said. Lawrence Patrick will be Up.-'Openings For Men And Women
looking better every day" said he thought "I'm' pleased with what the defensive signal caller
1 m Harold Johnson rn Hancock said.Hancock Neel would be the key to uni- we've gotten in during the from his strong side line-
said Marcus Cruceis fying the offensive line. first week," Hancock said, backer position. Patrick is FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL
working at center after At strong guard Hancock "Some places I've been in .
.1 m DeWitt C.JonesFuneral m gaining experience in the has been working Kirk haven't got this much in after 'I.UK: BRADFORD
spring at the position. Minton. Hancock said Minton a month, it shows our kids are COUNTY TELEGRAPH 631st MAINTENANCE COMPANYFLORIDA
1 0 Slarka Keystone El "Marcus has put on weight has improved a great deal hustling both mentally and Published every Thursdayat
tU .noo I Home Hgla he's up to about 187 Ibs. and since the spring and has been physically" he added. 138V.Call Street
J Ill 473-3179 he's gained some strength" working hard on basic Starke Florida 32091 ARMY NATIONAL GUARD
Hancock said.Hancock blocking techniques.At DEFENSECoach
4 m.IGJ- 'EI 'S. said the cordina- tight end David Walker Mike Sexton's Second" Class postage: paidat 964-5320
tion on the snap between and Kenny Rodrigue are defense has also had a good htarke,FloridaSubscription .
Norman and Cruce had also battling for a position. first week of practice. In fact.
improved during the summer. Hancock said both playerswere Sexton said, "It was the best : Rate!: JOIN THE NATIONAL GUARD
r Kevin Neel is working this working hard and giving first week of practice we've In trade area" :$7 per
ED Fall at strong side tackle. each other a lot of compe- had In a long time." ;$4 six months '
year M9.20 To 106.76 Per Weekend
: "They've\ had a real good

North Cent ral Golfers attitude, they came back in Outside trade area: $Hperyrac 786.00 To '1 1681 Per Year
I good shape. : : $1.50 six months
GREEN Sexton's front seven is
1 1I
Take 3rd St:raight TitlePeter I I

; City, Council E .. ,.. ; I North Central Florida Oglesby of Orange i
retained the Park captured first place in
golfers
: Group HI Ll: junior team trophy for the third the 12.13 division stroking 42-
3880. Steve Greek of Keystone -
consecutive by defeatingthe
year
1 ED I GREEN STANDS FOR North Florida team 14V4 was second with 43-40 .
. 111 in the PGA Junior tour 83. Charles Raulerson of
district playoff Thursday Jacksonville tallied 424385 toIWgeRANTS I
: Aug. 18, at Starke Golf and and Randy Mauldin of I
H old Down Budget Spending Country Club. Palatka score4445 -89.
Bill Tuten of Palatka de- In 10-11( competition,
feated Mark Blakewood alsoof Freddie Benton of Ponte '
Organized City Government Palatka on the second hold Vedra was the winner with 4792J *
.. ... 45' Bankhardt ''of '
.. Kenny
T T,-*"" > Nti '%<,. '>' of a sudden death playoff to- !
win the medalist honor.: Palatka was one stroke back
'
N Tuten, competing in the 14- with 444993.. Richey Bryantof .
ecessities Only 15 division, and Blakewood in Jacksonville carded 49-47 .
v the 16-17 group, each cardedan 96 and Julian Mclnnis of
even par 353772 to take Palatka shot 454297..
Electrical
Efficiency first place in their respective Sean Pacetti of Palatka was
l divisions. the only competitor in the nine
Runner-up in the 16-17 group and under group He shot 51
Someone You Can Depend OnI was Rick Shumaker J of for nine hores.Individual .
Gainesville with a 344074.. trophies were
ti The two Jacksonville players. presented to the first place
Trust I Robert Goettlicher and winner of each age group.
Is Essential
Howard Sheffield stroked 40- Juniors from Keystone
3777. Heights, Starke, Green Cove
David Brown of Keystone Springs. Palatka Lake City
! Yes; Vote On Sept. 13 For Ed Green Heights finished second to and Gainesville were
' members of the North Central
Tuten in the 14-15 group with
rounds of 384076.. The North division and players from the ,
Thank You team forfeited this competition Jacksonville area, including
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I 5.7 Million School Budget Eyed In First Work Session : ,. .., : !


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Bradford County School He also told the board 28buses board members, with dissent Increases .were explained ,in board requested one. of these services froom of public hearing for the budget, for grades K-8 were lowered i
Board members took their are in running coming from board member the way of pay: hikes and Right now, $10,000 Is set charge as well.Discussion .- scheduled for Monday,August from .50 printed to .40.;; while the I
first official look at the $5.7 condition, and said this will Arthur Gaskins saying bethinks benefit Increases'because of aside in the budget for health of the subject 29, at 7 p.m. Telegraph an Increase
million 1977-78 budget in a leave the board operating with, the salaries should the pay hikes and the general but board member J.T. ended shortly after this, with In last week's school board from .40-.50. The Telegraph I
special budget workshop 25 buses instead of the 22 they' remain as they were in 1976- increases in operating costs.: Parrish suggested a figure any final decision left to the meeting, school lunch prices regrets the error. I II
meeting Tuesday night thought they would have. 77.Board When the capital ouUay more along the lines of$7,300. - -. I
Pat - - - :
August 23, and, overall, hadvery When asked by board member projects came up, some Holliday said even with this
few disputes over the member Arthur Gaskins Spengler disagreed with healthy discussion arose from additional' money It would !
various items in the budget. whether 'these buses were Gaskins, saying the teachersget the board members. still not assure the board;; of an YOU CANNOT AFFORD NOT
safe, Casey replied, "They'resafe increment raises and only This discussion was over the available nurse at all times.:
Before work on the budget though they may not be work 10 months out of the amount of money to be He went on to say he has
began, Superintendent Tom the best' as far as the year Administrators work all allocated to the health received numerous calls of TO INSULATE YOUR HOME NOW!
Casey brought up the matterof interior, etc. is concerned But year and get no increases, she department, which has opposition to this plan and
Casey said he would not put a said. requested $12,000 from the
the school bus schedule. He said by having the extra free
told board members he has bus on the road unless it was "When you accept a school board to pay for an service from the departmentwhich Cellulose Insulation Is Proven To Give More ,. Factor
spoken to authorities in safe for the children to ride. responsibility, you pay for it," additional nurse. ( would include free bus "
Orlando, and three (or The bus route schedule has she said. Board member A.N. This nurse would enable the driver, pre-school and football Than Fiberglass
however many the school not been formally accepted by Holliday agreed with Mrs. department to give schools exams) this would take away 11'1
board decides) buses shouldbe the board, but the schedule is Spengler's feelings. better service and a more from business other doctors in
available, or rather the printed in this week's editionof For the non-instructional secure guarantee of having a the area have even though r WALL & CEILINGS INSULATED
building of them should begin the Telegraph.The personnel positions, Gaskins nurse available whenever the these doctors oaten offer some
in early January. lie could not administrative salary seemed quite displeased. He ..- \ SAVE ON ELECTRICITY
give an exact date as to when schedule was the first item said the salaries of a 30% In Many Cases
they would be available. getting the eyeball from the carpenter and plumber shouldbe
brought up to the level of TO-RENA NONTOXIC FIRE RETARDANT
the mechanic chief and the
Management Firm Adds electrician, which are set at : We AlsoHave
I about $11,500.Mrs. RESTAURANT A, AFTER
543 Rooms To Chain Spengler's main t,
objection to the budget on the Under I
New
Mississippi Management, that our customer is our true whole was the greater amount ManagementAdel SEAMLESSALUMINUM.
Inc., managers of the Starke boss. We believe that dollar- of spending on operations thanon Goetzman Owner
Holiday Inn a Jackson, for-dollar satisfaction is the curriculum and instruction L
:Mississippi based motel only assurance of success in Going through the rest of the SIDING :J
Breakfast .
Lunch Dinner .
r
management company has the hospitality industry." budget, which included the :; o. :
acquired the three Baton expenditures for the school 'i DAILY SPECIALS Rolled-On Joby..:
Rouge Louisiana Holiday The Photographers board, the superintendent'soffice ryG/ M

Southern Inns owned Motels and operated Inc., according by- Stadium,features.it a Cypress professionalphotographer Gardens ). maintenance'I operations Good Home Cooked Food. Fresh Veg.tsbtes, When- .llabl* : Is Your Home Brick Or Block ? Overhangs Done* No Painting! ,

to a joint announce who m- transportation curriculumand Come out And Visit Us Soon :
ment Southern Motels and struck visitors on the J
by fiscal '
control
instruction
To-Rena Restaurant
and
best time light speedat
MMI.: wlmh to shoot the central service, the high eoo N. Temple Av.. Free Estimates oL?,u..tfchidon Licensed
Acquisition of the 543 rooms beautiful Water Ski Revue. school, middle school, five Sl.rke Fl. Locally Owned 'Insured
brings to 2479 the total rooms elementary school and the vo- p. Q Box 788 Brownlee St. and :
and thirteen the number of Over 49.000 water ..kish..ws tech school, no discrepancies Starke Phone 533-2225 Jacksonville Phone 264.0210
Holiday Inns managed by have been performed seemed to arise. Any
and:MMI: in Louisiana Florida since at its daily beginning Gardens 1
Mississippi. in 1946-the
longest c..n.tinuus -
-
"Our philosophy of business running show in the :i
Mississippi: Management, is world. '.


Power Source Here's the big new brand ol'beef-
I . . . --. Fresh Valley! .
Naturally/ lender USDA Choice'
(from Page 1)) heavy western beef that has been
Ne.h. cut Fri... Fully Mature,CornFadVallay OrMt FlavorWithout especially selected for tenderness
which he said amountedto
lights their plants and getting out of ,
wrapped with a Fresh rantf E..f
Extra Fat ,
and flavor.And
every package is
about
one-fourth
of the
the generating business. '
lhr.rrtMed Pmlus..s to Oavantmant Graded AIw...Kxpartiy
generating capacity. "If we Pierce "As dated for freshness. Come to Pantry
Attorney said Data Ev.rylaohge USDA CMOIC. Cul.ndYrimm.d
had to pay for that we might we have our bond -. ..... PrldefordellclouaFreshVatley8eef/ '. FAIR
long as rrM
a .r by on err Mrr..O- rw..w..rawMe./.e Iu1cMr..U
have =:. .. USOA=. = ., ::: =: ::: : You can.t'lnd' It anywhere else!
some dark streets at ordinance we are required to you knew yoi*.r S M UMM i Ttwi *own I rw.e
.. .
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4 idttwl P wean
yr.d.
rasa you buy Swear e.wl .oeugS w Good Ir.a always
night he said. keep our plant in operation. .....anLersaYO s hwas _,WIMM.wor wwI.cOMw.O..ary _..aleyL
In answer to the question After Kelly's discussion
"Moneywise will our equip- William Wilson, Chamber of
ment hold up another five or Commerce manager remarked -
ten years? Kelly replied: "I gather that you ARGEDOZEN
'Yes. with proper care and lean toward maintaining our we are pleased to accept
"
maintenance. Basically the municipal plant.
generators need to be relined Kelly replies U.S.D.JL FOOD STAMP
and regrouted." "Unqualifiedly. With the
Kelly suggested that the city equipment you have now, anda EGGS
is in position to realize some gas contract until 1981, it is FRESH COUPONSNOW
savings in electric productionwhile the cheapest source you can "' '
its gas contract is in have." LIUir-3 DOZEN PER CUSTOMER PLEASE. A NOW GOOD ON ALL IMPORTED FOODS ALSO!
effect until 1981 because of the However, when Wilson
lower cost of gas. asked "Would a rate decrease -

(After the meeting City in the foreseeable ."".'e :;4. wi,7rtr ..-...... ". ,-w,.,." .- ....'.".,.-....' f>7 C ,'.,,',, '.v."" .'_'.", ,.-., .,,,-'""1"',"-- '....; .
Attorney George Pierce said future be possible: ?" Kelly ((1; .
that the recent favorable said "The cost of electricitywill .. ,AU. ITIHS MO miCII MOO THUM,.,AO 55. TMUI M0. AM. 31, 1117 QUANTITY DIOMTI. DflCHVIO.ONCOR COMPAREaw' you w"
settlement of a suit by Starke continue to escalate, like Bargains in Meat yap
and six other cities against everything else. In time, we DELI DEPARTMENT
Florida Gas Transmission Co. ... '" .
cartel -
may see a giant energy r uwi i ii m .1
would probably mean about controlling oil, gas and other :AVI Holly Ridge Bacon flls M*.
$800.000 worth of natural gas sources of energy." He said rtssrMotTACCiou. 2 Super Discount
guaranteed to the city until the government had not donea .Moaan MM prnst J 'r Hunt Taste 88* 21'
19H1 as its share of the $19 good job in regard to In- FREEZER QUEEN .*PRa. \ s, Tyne Bologna
,
million Kelly settlement.suggested) tnai suring plants."the safety of nuclear wnrte..unw..n..a: ; < LOTS I OFCHICKEN rrw'fh Jl IN Meat tr11 Franks '."rrt 68e99d 21'

because of this saving the city When asked how long it DINNERS 99 nmmt awns"u m'ifei rw M n>'
might be in position to upgrade would take and how much it Sliced Cooked Ham 20'
its generating plant if would cost to obtain the \ IIM m. BUI MTII
that is what the study needed studies, Kelly said it 3 LEG QUARTERS WITH BACKS Smokie Links s1's 10'
recommends. He said that was possible it could be done .( BREAST QUARTERS WITH BACKS
some cities including Lake in 90 days but would ventureno (4 30f 3 WINGS 1 NECKS 1 GIBLET PKGS Super Discount j Iris eu rswa
City, now regret disposing of guess as to cost.Yard'n 2Dt Pork Roll Sausage 79t 20'

Pl OHIO* FAMILY SIZE PACKAGE
PR) Ml IIMU.S.O.A.
BONEIESS SLICED QUARTER slrsense.w.nles
Boneless Stew BeefI ells I 31'
Pork LoinCHOPS isi VAUlt rata omtmutamna
Garden CHUCK Cubed Chuck Steak .[ fuss! air
i Bargains COMPARE e..y..IMt y.. ........ ..-.........- .
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10.ores MR .M.O-- -l I M. ,
ROAST -r DAIRY DEPARTMENT Fryer Combo Pkg. u88 Y 1 H 1

Mam' MM 'lilt lea
98* "' """IWYIU".II
Cheese Slices
Single Round Roast's.5 liD.". alas al'Cottage
REMEMBER! LAWN PROBLEMS ram teat Mutt*
99C .. .
20' "" rtr
AUGUST IS Cheese Roast SI" J1mMMUfTlltA ,
THE This Is The Time \I....; Rump liD

FOR MONTH .. Of Year When FIne Spred Oleo 3/1/ 1 "' Eye Round CHMBV Roast tans 11" all

FINAL FEEDING Lawn Pests are

OF AZALEAS Attacking

a CAMELLIAS FLEAS FRESH PORK
GIVE EM jij''d'd

GRO-TONE SOD WEBWORMS 1If.t'c BUTTS


ARMY WORMS 98.

MULCH CHINCH BUGS

CONSERVES MOISTURE FUNGUSMULCH ::5u ,:f".::,: ,f., '' Ly .":..f-.':,'>:I\.;..,,$. '<...; :: .:.;.;.Wt ,..J'i.iiii1
PINE BARK ..::>'*'\ #{;'"
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J49 We Have The Bargains in Produce .

NEW"CROP NoT sioc..
R.g n' ,A ,
Cure For These *v> io' F. '
OR 394 ALL PURPOSE HyMSUR6tR .a
NUGGETS $179 SLAW SALAD 'IIG. Rls
U. S. NO. 1 /
A And Other SAVE 4< niMH ROLLS +
>2"
Rig
.GREEN CABBAGE ..10' YELLOWONIONS
ALL PURPOSE ti
3 Cu. Ft. Begs Lawn ProblemsHAHN 34M MAMTIM DNY aOAfTCD Mil 4lFRENCH
PEANUTS or*

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RIDERS 10 79 ,3 49' BREAD2'I TWIN

LB BAG. LI BAG
1, The Tough One >
SAVE 11cf SAVE 10' '
t With The 2 Year
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Warranty On HIGH IN PROTEINOLYMPIC
BARTLETT
Transaxle

.. l Plus Other' PEARS LARGECELERY BOILING HONEYDEWMELONS MEAL

ImportantFeatures. PEANUTS Regular c

MOUNTAIN .Sptlt- TOP Br..d 59
GROWN WIn CclorIM SAVE 10'.

We Have One To Fill i ,t 20, Oz. Loaf .' ,

Your Mowing Need.

See Hahn Now

ALL WISK GALLON CRISCO
LORIDA 49o7 BOX

esT' E SERVICE WHAT POWDERDETERGENT LIQUID SHORTENING


WE SELL

pCONTROl a CMawC ro GARDEN CENTER DETERGENT 3iS S1.89


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August 25.1977 TELEGRAPH Page II


Filed Disclosure Statements Found On More Local Officials


., .,
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Due to an administrative
slip-up 9 of 24 local officials tutional elected officials are in the clerks office but not in sources of income with the Food Store as her sources of checked earlier. Pierce listed members Art Schulz, Don commerce as his sources of I
were incorrectly listed in an foor'rm1Cecalledhea state to file a the file had been filled In the store's merchandise listed as income. She listed U.S. Bonds his salary from the Forensic Rardon. and Rex Smith still income.
Aug. 11 story in the Telegraph, net worthstatement last week of July and had just an asset. and bank certificates of Hospital In Gainesville as his have not filed. Board memberBill StarKe Zoning Board ,
as having not filed that shows the not been put in the file. Lawtey Councilman Buster deposit as assets. Lawtey source of income. Wilson filed on Aug. 11. members Al Crosby. Carl I
Statement of Financial a amount of his or her assets Donald W. Helle and Bennett and John Robertson Town Marshal M.M. Jordan Wilson listed Air Force retire Halle Joyce Riherd and I
Interest required by state income and liabilities. William Summers both listed social security as their listed the City of Lawtey and ment and the chamber of Donald Wamwright still have
laws. Constitutional elected candidates in the upcoming source of income while Handy Way Food Store in Brooker Councilmen Steve not filed. I

ounty Clerk Gib Brown officials include county Hampton election had filed Councilman Ben McCulley Crescent City as his sources of Nipper, Zoltan Jacobs and J D .......................".
said that many of the forms commissioners school board before the Aug. 11 Story.. Helle listed Navy retirement as his Income. C.J. Stalnaker still had not 51 are i-' 'JonaCJ Krn( Page 3) .11
were In his office but had not members supervisors of listed the Hei-le Bee F arm as source of income.. Brooker Councilman filed. Brooker Marshal
been placed in the folder whena elections county tax his source of Income. Lawtey Clerk Lucille George O. Pierce had filed in Kenneth Twiss also had not
Telegraph reporter checkedto' collectors, county clerks and Summers listed Social Shuford listed Farmbest early !May but his form was filed. Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Batesof
see which officials had county judges. Security investments,and Daries and the Handy Way missing when the files were County Zoning Board daughters. Diane and Betsy Jacksonville were weekend
filed.A The statement of financial mortages on two small motelsas were vacationing at Longboat guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robbie
statement of financial interest is filed locally with his sources of income. Key last week. Sha lIer.
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interest is from all the county clerk. The net Hampton Town Marshal Feed And Grain Disaster Payment ChangeFeed :
required worth statement is filed Mr. and Mrs. Warren
elected \ membersof with Steve Varnum filed on Aug. 17 Little Ashley Abbott of
boards the secretary of state In Talla and listed the City of Hamptonand Pierson is visiting her Carver and sons spent last
appointed by hassee. Officials also have the the Florida National Grain farmers who a natural disaster may be ment of the farm bill. grandmother Mrs. Sarah week vacationing in the I
political bodies. The form tells option to file a net worth statement Guard as his sources of have no acreage allotments or eligible for a payment basedon Farmers who wish to file or Fulgham and aunts. Mrs. Smokey Mountains and
of income
the source assets or locally with the county income. who have overplanted theirallotments the number of acres refilo a disaster claim should Mike Howard and Mrs. Oat linburg.
liabilities for each official.In clerk. Hampton councilmen Ted for these crops' actually planted for harvest contact their Bradford County Charles Schmitt. I
addition to statement of Many of the Statements of Curtis and Eugene Taylor still may become eligible for Carver said. In the past.. pay. ASCS Office phone 9646548. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin I
financial! Interest, consti Financial Interest that were has not filed. government disaster pay ments were based on the Jay Carter is visiting his attended the 1978 Oldsmobile i
Six officials from Lawtey ments under the farm bill farm's allotted<<: acres. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. showing in Atlanta Thursday ,
had filed in the last week of agreed to by Congressional In anticipation of possible A.G. Loudon this week while to Saturday. I
Prevent Aphids. July or in early August. Their conferees according to J. adoption by Congress and his parents. Mfr and Mrs.

//For,PiSPRAY & Beauty scale White, Red Flies spiders and other Camellia Seal InH, 'Hk when forms checked were not earlier.in the file servation Warren Stabilization Carver Service county and Agriculture Con-- and enactment to speed by resulting the President pay. Jack moving Carter from are in Douglasville the processof and Mr.daughter.and Mrs.Beth E.P.of Athens.Boland

ments
repre to farmers. Carver Gaisited Mrs. Boland's
sect Lawtey Council Chairman Ga. to Park.
pests from winteringover Marvin Rosier listed Rosier's sentative. said. ASCS will begin accepting When mowing your lawn Orange mother. Mrs. H.L, Speer. and !
now. by having us spray retail store and U.S. Govern Under provisions of the con- disaster claims from make sure the mower Is Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod points of interest in Florida I
ment Retirement as his ference bill a farmer who has all farms for feed grains sharp. A dull mower may tear Hamilton and Jim last week. I
son.
suffered reduced vields due to (corn,sorghum) However no out the new, weakly rooted
Call returned Monday from an 11
SHRUBBERY now and have us schedule payments may be made under grass plants. Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Stonerof
day vacation atCooper's
TEAMLINEL camping
your sprayingIt WING LIVING these provisions until enact- Ocala were last Wednesdayand
Creek
State Park,
must be done well ahead of of Mr.
frost ROOM. Ga. and visiting relatives in Thursday guests
NOW ROOM CARPET JLEANING DINING ROOM} Chamblee and Winder Ga. and Mrs. George W Brown.
& HALL Jordan Agency At .stark* ,
& HALL of
Mrs. Esma Yongue
c Steve Futch, son of Mr. and
FREE LOIIDA 25.25 35.3S, 964 23 7 Mrs.Benton Futch. graduatedlast Fairfield two daughters and Larry of Yongueand Citra
Friday from Gupton
Inspection tat Steam CleanDeodorize And Tint AUTODEDICATED Jones College of Mortuary were Mrs. Lila last Caldwell.Friday visitors of
ONIROL Science in Atlanta. Ga. Mr.
At This Low Price and Mrs. Futch will return to
& Estimates f
01 ? Starke Friday where Mr.
Call 964-5745 WE GUARANTEE HOME4i85l5282J4'Hr.3723009| | ; TO SERVING YOUR INTEREST Futch will be employed with RaifordNews

a ,2g ; OUR WORK |' ; | | | Jones Funeral Home.

Jim Hamilton left

....... Wednesday for the Florida
School of Art at St. Johns

River Junior College. by Margaret Richie:
4.H-I6M3: :
the date tells you Local admittances to School begins Monday.
it's fresh! Bradford County Hospital this' Won't the homes seem quiet
week include: Mrs. Rosa with the little ones trotting
adl the color you Tomlinson, Jimmy Martin off?.
it's fresh! Mrs. Alice Callaghan Mrs. School is ending for some of
Edith Andreu Mrs. Fronie our young people. Miss
the taste tells you' Johns Mrs. Verdie Ramona Sweat received her

FAIR BEEF Fresh Valley Eg3; Beef! McKinney Richard i Masters degree from Valdosta
Cauffman, Herman Geiger State College August 13 and
BRAND U.S. A; William Moss. David Hurse Linda Sue Alvarez will receive
and James Harris of Starke; her Bachelor's degree at I
James Moody of Lake Butler; commencement excercises at '
Mrs. Alma Bray of Lake the University of Florida
'
KRAFT' '18oz BTLS' Geneva; and Leo Meeuws and Saturday August 27. Linda's :
SAVE ON Mrs. Elise Hartman of degree is in Physical Educa I
Keystone Heights. lion and Ramona's is in
BARBQUESAUCE Education. Congratulations to
; you both.
THESE SPECIAL
39c Mr. and Mrs. Noblt"I I
SAVE sod Cynthia Cissy who received Scroggins will return :
L ASSORTEDFLAVORS her Associate of Arts Thursday from a trip to I
BUYS! : degree in June from St. Johns Nashville. Tenn. and Ky.
River Junior College in The UCI-FSP Employees'Club
Palatka has been awarded a dance for the teen-age
housing scholarship by the group was a big success. The I
Southern Scholarship Founda- young people really enjoyed I.

S%, ,ALL ITCH MO MUCH GOOD THIiaV.S AIM..Ss. TMUv'MD,. OUST 11. 14" OlMNTITV HI OUT* ;tSC"VtO. ." tion to attend Florida State it'
University in Tallahassee this The Raiford Civic Club will
fall. Miss Gissy plans to majorin meet at Raiford Town Hall
business management. Thursday August 25. at 7:30:
.. r w Miss Gissy is a 1976 honor p.m. in order to plan the
COMPARE low MK1Y tU.70 a graduate of Bradford High Halloween party scheduledfor
1 SAVE Dt BETTY CROCKER IS.Soz School where she was a later this fall.All membersare
t Sal member of the National Honor urged to attend.
,Vogue e Toilet Tissuelucuummiur 3/1/ 11' I -' CAKE BOXES Society, Society of The Sapp Cemetery
kp0 Distinguished High School Association has scheduled its
Quick Snacks MIXES
American High School Saturday August 27. at the
'>u s *r ASSORTED Students and editor of the BHS Raiford Comunity Center.The
Meat 5/1/ 25' annual Staff. meeting will begin at 11:30:
Cindy is the daughter of Mr. a.m. This is an open meetingand
U.I OHIUCM SAYE SAYE
Tomato Sauce 3/1/ 35 i 30 t 10 and Acres.Mrs. Joe Gissy of Green attend.everyone is invited to

II h> miFlavor I'm sure everyone knows by
Ice 79c 20' S f KING SIZE TRAVEL ADVENTUREEDUCATION now that we have a new post
master He's Merolan
PtNtl MiM ISo HCMU'II t"f HMI
Marshmallows 31/ 1 11 PUNCHDETERGENT from Frank( )Fernandina Holley. Mr. Holley Beach.is

6' See Chief Kelly US Navy Holley has not moved his
'Tomato Juice 59c A Recruiting Station Starke family here yet. He's lookingfor

MNiit, fM m count )u SAVE 10', Monday 10 A.M. Til 2 P.M. property and hasn't found
(Cold Cups 89C 0 r PANTRY 5 LB Bradford Square 21(o.?..1 f ,. any yet.

(I.R tM uC Tomatoes 39c 6 PRIDE BAG ,


Bon Ami Cleanser 41 1 I6' FLOUR49 84oz BOX Worried about GAS

'UMMCHIIH ,
Salad Dressing 69c 20 C and OILAVAILABILITY

ii'' ii' to' o it ti' la'' ,

MOSEOALE MONOGRAM

. LONG GRAIN ?

RICE _


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General Electric'sWEATHERTRON I

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HEAT PUMP"EI1S

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.Me 1 twrott 1 GENERAL MERCHANDISE ft COMPARE ou. tlat.: t-14 1
COMPARE .0.;Kra Bargains in Frozen HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS \MK w 00I

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YOU COMPARE w' "" '
IIM MOIIIMU 39* 10' COMPARE :70" wn, I! w._.. wro cog Food 6/9512'/ COOLS
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Mandarin Oranges itu asia ita nmiow i4u iwtui rwiN tawa/O.gt1sI1" ..
79c ( 7911 w MM .11..1.
iiu MNtn rttM Lambrecht Pizza io t Kitchen Towels Pride Corn389d/ "' '
49' Pantry
Snack Crackers 10.EvcryDayLowPricc If aUIMM I Mill..'" ? | HOME DAR
Morton Pot Pies 4/M/ 1 IS'I! Cannon Dish' Cloths 19c ">' '(OUR ,:S NOME

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34t Limeade 6/s/ 1 I 20' I. Comfort Top'Knee-Hi's 66C 8' Super \ MMER I I6ft' i

MU raw WMI If IH*> ;HNMUII ia Ol1001\ !
MCUI lUll
LIBBY Shoestring Potatoes 4/M/ 1. '+' Body Talc .. 1.. lot >1 W79e R.C. or ,
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numtiwMi nn.....CMICII" '"
DEEP BROWN Morton Dinners "var-55C:: : w'1 | Adhesive Strip +0'
DIET The Wealhartron' Heat Pump operate by eitracting '
heat from 'lha outdoor air In winiar; -from the Indoor air In summa
>ricc @ Mora efficient, than ordinary electric reaialance apace healing s,.-
f vcryDdyLowl !
eVr lam,provid..14S to 2 unit of heat for every heal unit of electricity
.
0K 4 MOLASSES SAUCE-PORK PACKFR.A.E.FRENCH It uses depending on the outdoor temperature.
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FRIES i 16ozBTL. .. no costly plumbing no fuel forage tank no flue or venl. A
Heal Pump system replaces both conventional' furnace and a i'

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Lots on Kingsley Lake Sold for $1 Per Foot in 1908 Folk Will Observe Festival




(The following article: Kingsley Lake, near Starke, prosperity which Is considered water is surrounded by Silver
extolling the virtues and often referred to as "Nature's a certainty by local magnolia, hickory, gum, and .., ': ; ;:.;.;.iJ.i1ll tA1 lttVt1l : JubileeThe

giving( some early history of Paradise," is increasing residents within the next 18 bay trees,and a forest of ferns .". :f'N, ...._,'''" ,
Kingsley Lake, appeared In allay tremendously in popularity as months. and palmettoes. Several 1. \' rich heritage of Florida ( (
1925 issue of the Florida an all-year resort for tourists subdivisions have been will come alive on the banks of I'. t tf
Times-Union.) The lake Is situated on an formed on the shores and the Suwannee River at f (
from all of the United
parts elevation 200 feet above sea '.'
much Stephen Foster Center near
is
activity
reported In 1
(By Russell W. Whitney, States, and plans are already level, formed from natural sales. j White Springs during the 25th -:

Staff Correspondent, Florida being made in Starke to care springs at the bottom, and hasa & annual Florida Folk Festival, ;. I
Times-Union) for the predicted era of depth of 90 feet. The body of Rivaling the famous Silver Sept. 2.5.Showcased. II I
Springs in Ocala, Kingsley
Lake has become popular during the four- ::160Foot
/' almost overnight The watersare day Silver Jubilee will be I

rd ItorlulTWO J sufficiently clear that one music, dancing, regional
may Identify an object at a foods and craft works from
depth of 50 feet. The lake has Florida's pioneer days. Parti-
an outlet through Black cipants will come from every
NEEDS Creek : part of the state to display
-u.11cL-: their talents and wares.
Kingsley Lake was ...
Recommended to Council considered a possible water The Folk Festival, a family
supply for the city of Jackson affair held the first time in

ville several years a go,but t. 1953,will start with an evening

Starke, like the lady in the cigarettead possible for one man to keep up with the subsequent'surveys proved S program at 7:30: p,m. Friday,
Sept. 2. There will be three
has "come a long way, baby." volume of work now required here and that a larger supply was programs on Saturday, Sept

that the clerk was having to put in as engineers necessary. have Jacksonville reported 3, at 10 a.m., 1:30: p.m. and

From an annual budget, running in much as 60 to 70 hours a week muchof favorably on the north ., 7:30: p.m. Two programs will

the thousands of dollars, back during it after regular office hours in an the Black Creek water prongof .t,4ly uFglYn .r., be presented on Sunday and

depression years, the current city attempt to keep up. supply, and Kingsley Lake r Monday. Sept. 4-5, at 10 a.m.
flows into this and 1-30: p.m. All will be
outlet :
income and expenditures run well over eight '
staged in the natural setting of
$2 million annually, and will likely be "The clerk doesn't have any backup at way miles City's northeast proposed of the project Gate. the center's amphitheater. ':

even higher during the next fiscal year. the present time, and if something Many unusual experiences

should happen to him, or when he retiresat Mayor Comer L. Peek Is await visitors to the festival

Problems have multiplied almost some future date, it would leave a given much credit for the Lazy Days tit Kingsley; who may see a genuine "old
development of the lake. "
beyond !belief in recent years, much of it vacuum in the city administration," he time medicine show learn
Nearly 20 years ago purchased This sporty'cl'artIth its dignified "cie '" shows what how to spin or weavetaste
uvll-diessed
men were weuiintf
occasioned by the increasingly rapid Kelly said. "There is no one now in this a large acreagebordering
\\Inle bodting on Kingsley Lake Indian frybread or chicken
60 of
some years ago. Identity occupants of the "Seniia" Is unknown -
growth of the city and its surroundingarea backup position with the administrative Kingsley Lake and pilau, or just relax in the

but there are many other problems know-how to fill the clerk's shoes on sold a number of lots for $60 beautiful natural grounds of

making the operation of our city govern- short notice if such a situation should the and $65 to Starke of residents for "Popularity of the resort is Mass., or Lake Merritt at the large number of Jackson- the 250-acre park. Free bits .
purpose encouraginguse each and Oakland Calif. These two ville have shuttles will transport visitorsto
who been
ment increasingly complex. Heading the ever arise. of the lake the growing year people people attracted -
by
list, perhaps,is the energy crisis and the recreation center. city as a from Jacksonville, Gainesville lakes are said to be among the to the resort, resulting all of the various activitieson
,Tampa, Lake Butler and most famous on the continentin : in the ultimate purchase of the grounds.
ever-growing demands of power con- From his years of experience and Peek's subdivision of 40 many other points spend their effect.J one or more lots. The Admission to the Festival "
is
sumption which must be produced with observation of city government, Kelly acres on the western shore vacations on the lake," Mayor of proximity of the Florida $3 daily for adults, and $1 for

fuel that has doubled and tripled in pricein advised the employment of an ad- was purchased by Mayor Peek said. "Many familiesown Peek L., and Peek W.son E. Yarbrough Mayor metropolis to Starke is the children under 15 years of agw.

the last few years, and is still rising. ministrator who would have general Peek in 1908 from a colony of lots and bungalows, whilenumerous' opened a small subdivision on cause of this popularity. No animals alcohol, or

supervision of the many facets of city Chicago land people in who plantedthe Their accommodations others on the water rent the north side of the lake Mr. Peek is a native of will be permitted. drug

Paper work has increased "to the government, as well as taking on the efforts were a failure oranges.(editor's front" several months ago, and all Sparta, Hancock County, Ga. The Stephen Foster Cent.,

point of no return," dealing with the time-consuming work involved in ob- note: due to the freezes of 1895 the lots were quickly sold. He came to Green Cove Is located at White Springs on
The property is said to be Another subdivision is Springs in 1876 moving to the U S. 41,12 miles north of Lake,
volume of statistics required in applica- taining and administering federal and later years), although :
section A.S.
in that
free This by
mosquitoes. is planned Bradford County seat three City :.j j jV
have
tion and administration of federal grants, such as the sewer program and satsumas proven parti- attributed to trout and other Strickland, an early settler of years later. He has resided ':

grants; as well as the problems of ones that might come in the future, in- cularly adapted to the soil. fish that are found in the lake. the lake, and J.F. Kickliter, of here continuously since that

negotiating with union officials and the cluding needed housing. Kelly said he Lots that were sold for$60 to Dropping a gentle hint to Starke, has taken 20 acres of time. Twenty-five years ago ':TI'n.F"IHS

PERC office in Tallahassee. Add to had discussed the matter with the create wider interest of the followers of Isaak Walton Mr the north portion of the lake he entered the real estate by WiIIlamSHaas "j

these, the problems of updating a deter- present clerk who was in agreementwith near citizenry$2,500, are according now valued to the at can Peek be declared seen clearly that at the a 50-foot trout Kingsley Heights business, abandoning a good Bradford County'I'tpraIlS
law SeniceOffucr
and the consisting of 40 acres on the practice. Mr. Peek has
iorating sewer system, keeping suggested concept, realizing Starke executive These lots depth. been of Starke without
abreast of the hundreds of other major there were not enough hours in the south shore, owned by Inman, mayor
dayto are occupied by small Many bungalows dot the Biggs and Andrews Starke opposition for the past three Based on a recent study the
and minor details of city administrationand get the job done under the present bungalows, while the unImproved shores of Kingsley Lake and residents, was purchasedeight years. His faith In Kingsley ten most common reasons for

you have a situation that seems set-up lots were recently several are now under months ago for $2,000 Lake is backed by the judg- delay in the receipt of
estimated at a value of $800 ment of a large number of veterans checks listed
almost insoluble under Starke's outgrown construction. Bath houses are The investors accepted an are
With the exception of a few the offer two to sell the Starke businessmen w ho have here. Check through them If
numerous, especially on days ago
system of operation, which might noted other need which back lots, 60 x 236 feet
Mr. ,
Kelly one western front.Construction. property for $8,000. purchased lots on the shores of any apply to you take immediate -
have been adequate at one time but was already well known that the practically all the acreage in the lake, and whose families action to remedy the

not in today's complex world. hall "is out. the western Peek subdivisionhas of a 50-room Probably one of the featuresof spend vacations there each condition to insure that your
city
present completely been acquired by a well- hotel, a paved highway the Kingsley Lake growth is summer. check comes on time.
grown and is unfit for an efficient opera- to-do class of people. around the lake, a modern golf Veterans are most guilty of
All of this led
to
some sobering "
tion of the and "necklace
city government. course, a of
slip-ups of:
remarks and recommendations by John The subdivision owned by lights" bordering the shore !

O. Kelly, an experienced power plant The Council has already given much east Mayor shore Peek of on Kingsley the south Lake and line, are the improvements FORESTRY by Richard Schroeder Veterans fail to notify VA
contemplated by several of change of marital status,
engineer, at last Wednesday's meetingto thought to a new city hall, but so far the consists of 90 lake front lots, 60 of the subdivisions II ounty: Forester (
owners IN BRADFORD COUNTY Ill'dl'pcndl'nts, or ailingto
discuss Starke's power situation. necessary grants that would make this x 200 feet, many of which have which face the water. Currentfor ii submit supporting
During his visit here he made some been sold. This tract was pur-
possible have not been forthcoming.But lighting will be secured documents like birth or
other observations that led him to warn chased by Mr. Peek nearly 20 from the municipal power marriage certificates.

about what he termed a "serious situation" the Council its years aRo.Kingsley. plant at Starke, it is proposed. FOREST FOR MOTORCYCLESMany
can proceed on own Lake is 20-( ... 2-Veterans failed to report(
the overload of a u.
present work in budgeting funds for the suggested minute ride from Starke' on Telephones have been local citizens either of all kinds will be a major to school changes in numbed

and responsibility that"is. placed on the position 'of city administrator and it. the Peek Road, which was recently installed on Kingsley Lake re own or have relatives or priority of southern forests, of credit hours or completion
office of City Clerk would seem the better part of wisdom to graded. (Editor's note: cently. The lake water is suffi- friends who own motorcycles and the Withlacoochie or interruption of training.
ciently clear for drinking espcially the trail bikes that approach is one way to meet
proceed along the lines suggested by an now a ID-minute drive over 3-Veterans failed to :
purposesbut residents of the are used for woods riding. the growing recreationalneed. notify
Mr. Kelly said it was not humanly experienced and impartial advisor. modern Highway 16.) The subdivision prefer to be Some people ask where they The Buttgenbach VA of address change '

Bradford Chamber of Commerce supplied from the springs. can ride their bikes without facility the first on public
4-Veterans failed to tell.
favors a hard-surface fear of trespassing or bother. land in the state has been
highway to the lake and The lake is located barelyover school of re-entrance, same
ing other landowners. For called the finest motorcyclearea
Son of Sam' Mayor Peek predicts the the Clay County borderline those people, this may be the of its type in the United school and program.
I completion of the paving 25 miles west of Green answer: States Veterans delayed in
within the next year. Bids Cove Springs, the county seat.
OverSensationalisedAnyone applying for of school
Coverage have been advertised for Approximately 250 lots have In 1965, Withlacoochie State Better yet from the forest and change

construction of the six-mile already been sold, and Mayor Forest, like many public and management view, it has or program.

road between MaxviUe and Peek says the property will! be private forests: had a helped to concentrate the 6-Therewas a delay in submitting -
Highland and work will be valued ten tunes as great in problem.. The 113,000 acre heavy motorcycle use in one ; Certification of Attendance
who read and was repelled by Apple's television news coverage, if started about June 1.Editor's the next few years.A forest in Central Florida was area of the forest, and helped card.7Someone.

the orgy! of sensational coverage given anything, was more deplorable. The being overrun by motorcyclists solve a problem without

the "Son of Sam" murders in New York penchant of TV reporters for shoving a ( note: this was a prominent city specialistwho many of whom were letting it get out of hand. failed to sign.

microphone in the face of bereaved segment of old Road 13- now visited here last year declared unaware of what pounding Certification of Enrollment
magazines, your
City by news -
newspapers traffic does to certain kinds of Old Courthouse
survivors of accidents crimes U.S. 301 and was the first the lake to be more .
tragic or
and television! must surely agree with paved road connecting: Starke beautiful than Lake soil, vegetation and wildlife,
the following editorial, reproduced from understandably has stirred disgust in with Jacksonville.: ) Quinsigamong at Worcester, or the headache they cause for To Be Placed
viewers.It other forest recreation-users 8-Someone failed to show
"The Christian Science Monitor" which many
amount of tuition and or fees
On Tourist; Guide
expresses so well our feelings in the "Luckily, this forest had a for less than half-time
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matter: can be argued in the "Son of Sam"case built-in solution that we were training.

perhaps, that widespread publicity able to use," said State Forest The Bradford County

Now that the furor that permeatedNew helped alert the citizenry of the need to County Agent's BY" Coordinator George Historical of Board the old of Trustees Bradford, 9-Someone failed to reporta
Allbritton A 2,600-acre portion owners
take protective measures. We support change in number of credit
York City during the tragic "Son of of the woodlands near County courthouse, have been
Bobby r'Tayler hours
Sam" murders has subsided, many thorough and responsible coverage of Notebook r Brooksville (about 40 miles notified that the historic or of completion or inter

journalists, lawyers, and uninvolved such events to the extent that factual north of Tampa) was reservedin building will be listed In the ruption training

the of accounts can help stifle unfounded 1972, for the rough and next Official Travel Guide
spectators are reviewing handling 10-Someone omitted en-
of dirt Director, published for national -
the case by the news media and police. rumors and help public officials and resi- ready"Mostly sport uphill and downhill biking., distribution. The listingIs tering number of credit hours

Like such reviewers, we are not dents make informed decisions.But done at no charge to the needed to compute training.*
many Looks like we have finally All this is to say that we an old phosphate mining area allowance. jt
pleased with what we saw and heard. gotten enough rain to make have a critical situation this called Buttgenbach Mines, trustees and will -call the 4.
it is difficult to excuse the our grass grow. I've noticed a year and we need to make has been set aside for the attention of tourists to the 1902

Not only were the killings and published post.capture interviews and lot of improvements in the last sure we are doing best job exclusive use of dirt bike red brick building on U.S. 301, r,
which is also listed on the Na-
of and Thisis cyclists, Allbritton said. '4-
few in lawns care management.
for New Yorkers instant psychoanalyses of the suspectedkiller days our and -
shootings a tragedy tional Register of Historic
which prompted the president of pastures throughout the important whether It is a The Division of ; :
should down Forestryalso sites.
but the case go as a sorry county or our lawn,ornamentalsor
the American Bar Association and crop established a thickly Restoration of the building's
episode in the annals of journalism. fruit and shade trees.
others to whether the forested buffer zone to reduce exterior was completed last frffI
and sensationalism sadly question alleged Our earlier showers were
Exploitation
for noise and help protect the year, with the help of a BIcentennial -
Check plants
not sufficient to meet the your today
be the for too in assailant, David R. Berkowitz, can now
appeared to norm many moisture and enable roots to insects and disease, and if you safety and enjoyment of other grant, and another
the media, and there remains a disturbing receive a fair trial. satisfy growth needs for water find a problem, start a proper recreation users. In addition, matching funds grant of$5,700is
that the alleged there is a spacious 40-acre available through funds
possibility and plant nutrients. This control program as soon as
mentally unstable murderer was en- The conduct of two lawyers who at- results in a stress situation for possible. Before starting the campground at the Buttgen provided by the National Park A penon who weighs 160 :
bach area, equipped with Service for use on redoing the pounds on earth would weigh
couraged by the widespread publicity tempted to sell taped interviews with plants months for), several weeks (or control program, however, showers, electrical hookups, interior of the building. only 30 pounds on the moon.

surrounding his deed to commit further the suspect to the media was repre- you should have positive barbecue grills, picnic shelter
hensible and rightly prompted an Identification of the problemor and facilities.
atrocities. Seems like plants under sewage ;
should know
Retires
You or Mathis from Vogue
pest
investigation by the New York Bar stress are always more understand how the pest As in all developed ;

Unfortunately the .44-caliber killingsare Association and the Appellate Divisionof susceptible to insects and recreation sites the state
on
operates or when and how it
disease. I've noticed of I
only part of a growing trend toward the State Supreme Court. To their lawn damage this year a lot from damages your plants. This forests, the motorcycle area is Will Manage Bootery Here

sensationalizing crime, sex, and gossipin credit, several members of the media re- Brown patch and other grass means understanding its life governed by regulations

New York City newspapers. Even jected the lawyers' offer of the tapes. diseases. Many ornamentalsand cycle, when it is most riders including must a purchase provision a $12 that.00 Stanley Mathis, owner of business 16 years ago. Five
damaging, where and how it
trees have lost branchesand Stan's Bootery in Starke, was later
before Australian publisher Rubert annual use or a $3.00 years Mathis bought out
Murdoch, noted for sensationalism, With "freedom of the press" comes an ( sometimes complete lives on the plant, what level temporary use permit During honored last weekend at a the Partnership and remodeled
,
plants) to dieback and other of infestation is economically in Nashville
retirement banquet the
inherent the the 1976-77 fiscal the former Canova
responsibility to serve goodof year,
bought the city's only afternoon when is
paper diseases. damaging, and most Division issued Tenn After 28 years as Drug Store building where
the Post the morning Daily News the public as well. Sadly"Son of Sam"will susceptible to a pesticide or 5,025 permitsfor territory representative for shoe store the
the riders is
area. Allaged still
Insects such
with the biggest circulation of any U.S. be remembered as a shameful earworms, as corn, other control measure if this Is ', may use the motorcycle area Vogue Shoe Co., a division of located I
armyworms
daily relied on such exploitation to missed opportunity to display that chinch bugs, scales, aphidsand necessary. this enables fannies) with Genesco to Inc.it "I "have he said.decided Mrs. Mary Lawson was

help sell newspapers. And the Big responsibility. mites have done extensive If a pesticide is necessary, it children below the age of legal 'hang up', manager of Stan's Bootery for

damage to lawns, orna Is very Important that it is licensing to use the area. Many Starke area residents 15 years until her retirementsome

mentals, fruit trees, pasturesand applied properly to get control As demands on our may not have become ac- time ago. "She presently -
g15ADFORD field crops. I have even and not damage the plants, works on a
ORIfq ('Ob shrinking open lands soar In quainted with Stan as he was part-time
seen some normally hardy environment, or the basis we
tE the are
E recreation previously able to work In the happy to
trees like the oak and that This means the coming years, "
0 pine applicator. store only on Saturdays. But announce, Mathis says.
have been damaged or killed. selecting the right material
he here
plans now being
iJlf ACIIVI QJhrap1 and applying it In the right on Mr. Mathis; son, Rob (a
i (MlM8I and more regularly as he takes senior at the University of
time
1J There has also been injuryto amount at the right following -
over owner-management
many plants this year from in the right way. a. his retirement from Florida) and daughter
oC' Karen
LLJ-X-// BOB G, FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER other causes because of the Vogue. Utah of Salt Lake City,
J"/OH/ .y Publishers drought that normally might These "rights" are like a attended the retirement
not be serious. Things like link in a. chain. The total Stan' was celebration in Nashville
Bootery
swcond Oass Matter at the Post Office btarki. Ela underA along> with' W I
PiibiiVu. each Thursday and entered ds nematode injury, program of control will be no originally known as the Shoe salesmen of the
,i.il. ,1.:11,: 4 187'J) materials, excess fertilizer or stronger than t he* weakest Rack and was formerly Vogue division.Mr. .

Sulihi-riptionrawin'rartearca, $7 per year: Mjixmontns. pesticides, or improper link. Make sure each link is housed In the building now and Mrs' Mathis
OiitsiilDtMctu.ina, $8peryear$450sfsrnonths.: Fia.J cultural practices tend to be strong when you are spendingtime On. Inch of rain contains the occupied by State Farm presented an Were
1 ", ..> Gay)!, Starke. more damaging when plantsare and effort to protect your Mm amount of was M 10 Insurance Co., when Stan and service for his engraved silver

under stress. Investment in your pUnU Inches of snow Charles R. Oakes opened the service with the romping of ..

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August ZI, 1117 TULfcUHAfn: rsge 13I


I New Telegraph Columnist Richie Tells Of Florida Historyby I



Don Richie which he was to become the of Florida has shrunk through Florida was the first plateau, lying under the Gulf distance from Jacksonville to just west of Pensacola is Travel with us, then in
La Florida new Governor, and he radically in size In more part of North America to be of Mexico, and hopefully Philadelphia Pa. directly under Chicago! succeeding weeks and months
; Pronouce" it, "La Flo-REE- considered Florida to be a modern times, it remains discovered it was amongthe someday, oilmen today's Florida is not pint-sized Take a ruler and map of through ,the backtrails ofFlorida's
Dah. What an exotic name huge outlying "Island" in the among the first areas in all of last to be developed.) Ponce de Leons may do so among the states! southeastern United States. fabulous history.We'll .
",'the discoverer and former chain. He claimed it for the the Western Hemisphere to be True to the adage, "the first in more than just an If you were to say to Monroe Connect the top of the eastern 'see Florida rise from
Governor of Puerto Rico has King of Spain. named.It shall be the last the last shall, exploratory way. County, "You're all .wet," it "leg" of Louisiana with the the sea and struggle toward
given, our soverign state 1 More of his story in later is the birthplace of North be first," Florida from a geological Truly,Florida is a sea-going wouldn't be an insult.A goodly top of the Florida Panhandle.The her ultimate destiny as about
It was during Pascue columns, but poor Ponce died America, at least as far as recorded standpoint. Is the state and due to its peninsular percentage of Monroe County, territory of Florida was the fastest-growing state in
Florida, or Feast of Flowers not knowing he had discovered history goes, In fact "youngster" of most of North shape,no matter where you go which has Key West for a still this big stretching clearto the nation We'll be with her
(Spanish Easter time) that the mainland of North became known as the America the last to emerge in the state, you can't get county seat- is under water. the Mississippi when we from the struggling primal
'Juan Ponce de Leon's expedition America, (at least as far as Continent of Florida as from the ocean. more than about 60 miles of acquired it from Spain in 1819. days of the pioneer to the
sighted "this pleasant the Spanish were concerned.) explorations continued, and We are living on the high the seacoast. Florida's so big, it's one of This made a nice tie-in with successful aspirations of the
land" on March 27, 1513. He considered La Florida an until the French and Englishgot part of a huge submerged It's a big state. Though the few states with two time the 1803 Louisiana Territory astronaut flung Into space
Ponce was actually looking appropriate name. into the act. (But that's a plateau, twice the size our Miami is only about 150 miles zones. Pensacola, In the purchase, which had doubledour from Florida, looking down on
I for Bimini In the Bahamas, of Though this once vast land story for later, as the.fact that state. If we are not rufed by from the sea-going city of Key Central Time Zone, is west of.' country in size with the the same coasts where Poncede
the sea, as Florida protrudesinto West, it is about 350 miles Montgomery and Birmingham 'stroke of a pen! Leon dared to explore, to
like thumb from Alabama Nashville seek his destiny amid the sandas
it a huge we Jacksonville 500 from ;
are certainly influenced by it. Tallahassee and 700 from Tennessee. In fact Mobile in The Indians of the Southeast we now seek our amid the
Sponge shrimp and other Pensacola. That makes a trip the sizable state of Alabama, didn't think all of this was so stars.
., -h fishermen operate otf of the from Key West to Pensacola and a few miles across the nice and we'll look into that at One could fill encyclopediason
L ""' : : Perdido River state border .s later date too.Representatives. Florida alone and perhaps
submerged part of Florida -850 miles-or similar to the
: : -T" U we'll write at least a book in
the columns and hope you'll
"Get Your Guurd Up" Announced By 631st Maint Co. collect them..
We'll at least let the Floridasun

CPT David L. Bennett, Their"Get Your Guard Up" Guard enlistments have been are' shine on the highlights of
enthusiastic about the expected the fantastic journey this state
Maint Co considered good strength
Commander 631st campaign is part of a nationwide
and other National Guard search for new membersin projections indicate a special results. They point out has taken In its habitat and
authorities here have an- both the Army and Air Na- drive is needed. that career opportunities are history as conquestadores
nounced their biggest recruiting tional Guard. The Guard's answer to the the best they have been for priests pirates and colonists
Even membership challenge is their years. carved a state out of a longleaf
drive in recent years. though National
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..................,......,........,.............,........, "Get Your campaign.Guard Up"It recruiting is The unit has recently received pine wilderness.and lovely sabal-palmed
>C N y'a an increase of 10 posi-
Prescott ReceivesCommendation Sergeant Prescott was de- described as a massive coordinated tions. We'll see that Florida's east
corated for meritorious total involvement and\ west coasts were explored
Medal service as a safety specialistat recruiting and retention effort More Information is avail- almost simultaneously and
Homestead AFB N.M. running from May 1 to able by telephoning SFC C.J. that Florida was "launching
Alamogordo N.M.The The sergeant now serves at September 30, 1977. Schaefer 964-6653; SFC J.N., pad" for many adventures
U.S. Air Force CommendationMedal Holloman with a unit of the Many local I activities will be Warren 964-6150; SSG Wayne when Cape Canaveral was
to
was presented Tactical Command. leading up to the August Hersey 473-3237; CPT David only a Spanish geographical
Sergeant Paul D. Prescott, The "Salute the Guard Month." Bennett 964-8453, or the location. Here it is Florida -
sergeant, a 1966
Jr., son of Mr, and Mrs. PaulD. in graduate of Hillsborough High They will include open houses, Armory 9645320. gateway to the future-with a
of Brooker
Prescott ,
center and Prior servicemen may fabulous past.
School, Tampa attended shopping displays
recent ceremonies at Santa Fe Junior College, evening visiting hours; at enlist in grade discharged for Next week: Florida A
Holloman AFB, N.M. Gainesville. Guard armories. one year more. High school Gift From the Sea.



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CASEY GIVES NEW TEACHERS PEP TALK

School Superintendent Tom Casey, above right, gives the 24 new Bradford County teachers a Unbeatable Bargains Save up to 41%
pep talk before their first day at school this Monday,Aug.29.
Casey told the new teachers, "We're all in the same boat professionally." He said they were all
together helping to make education in Bradford County a productive and vital experience. M"'TAPLl"-" .
Casey looked around the room of faces and told the Telegraph 14 of the new teachers are W/SUPPLY OfSTAPLES \ SHARP"t
Bradford County High School graduates.Of A 0 INBR WIjArcb .i
the new teachers entering the school, five will teach at BUS, one at Brooker Elementary % REMOVERSTtCOAT SUCTION
three at Starke Elementary two at BMS, three at Lawtey Elementary, five at Southside I CANVAS BOUND; .
Elementary, one at the Vo Tech, one will cover music at the Hampton, Lawtey and Brooker MHNQ BINDER L.- I BASE IAVt Lt2SPECIAL
Elementary Schools, one will teach exceptional education at Hampton and Brooker Elementary TARTER .RT\I\ BUY MEWSTENNISWALK
one will teach Physical Education at Hampton and Brooker Elementary and one will handle .-- .-- SHORTS
county wide Vocational Technical teaching. .. \\1/ '-: '!:
More teachers were added to the system because of the expansion of the Title I program and 4.96
because programs in the special education,alternative school and gifted children categories were WAI aM I-
exoanded. II' ........
New teachers entering the-Bradford County" School l system and their respective schools include: IAVmi.13 ___ w..../ ..-
SA VI'B" ..... ..... ...(- *.
Edward M. Powell. BHS, Alternative School; Linda Pfenniger BHS, Consumer Education; CONVERSE SNEAKERS awl A. .t sw ....In aMBMBitad
Joan Watson Brooker Elem.,Grades 4 and 5; Janine Sellers, Starke Elem.,Title I, Grade 5; Ann LOO..oLRA'WI. ., ... ,,.
KicedStarkeElem., Grade 5; Laren Duvas, Hampton, Lawtey and Brobker,Music,Grades K-7; =POUCH 9!!OI 6.81. PE .ea-I

JoAnn Brierton, BMS, Reading; Claudia Peibles, Lawtey Elem., Grades 4 and 5; Bob Hancock, WM%* A mkYALut .sNu,...
BHS, A.H. School; Jess Sandberg, BMS, Ind. Arts; Ramona Jordan, Starke, Elem., Phys Ed.; / I29wala.e <= vs.rpp.eTS MI'.T .A l1
Madelina Hendrix] Hampton and Brooker Elem., Excep.] Ed.; Kathy Casey Interning at Starke 'Ii .
Elem., Intensive First Grade; Joyce Sanderson, Southside Elem., Kindergarten; Ben Moxley .1"
Hampton and Brooker. Phys. Ed; Sheila Silberman, Lawtey Elem., Grade 1; Janet Neighbors, 00K8
Southside Elem., Grade 2;; Claudette Peterson Southside Elem., Grade 4; Debbie Spengler I1.. I
County Wide. Vo-Tech; Anne Miller, BHS, Business Ed.; Debra Alvarez, BHS, Business Ed.; SAVE ""
Doretha Hudson, Lawtey Elem., Title I, Grades 2 and 5; Shirley E, Johnson, Southside, Title I, SIC ..'
Grade 5; Martha L.Siefferman,Southside,Title I,Grade and James Tally Vo-Tech.Ad. 1 STAR .
SPECIAL
Remember Life Is Worth Than Time
69 ZWORK

When You Have To Stop For a School Bus wailed l
_ PLUM
Next school buses are transporting 5,000 more are transported on rm JOOOHM SNEAKERS
TALLAHASSEE over half a million school buses operated by private '
week the most priceless cargoto children daily in Florida.Over schools. Pena 8.88
be carried on Florida'shighways SUPER c .,
will be headed backto RING 1-IN. BINDER SAID I. Y CHLORINE ....,. ......s..iww.. .... rs i
school in those chrome- HJ>.15 MOTOR Oil.WA. -._ d r-1&

yellow buses reminds the C 48<* 54.8$
Florida Highway Patrol. Energy Savings .a71 WJXJMX*
"Stopping for a school bus wA4s.a UmMt Mod.rr.M 100% ...M .rW. ax ynsI ..cmuas L.sp.pd.Nw VALUE PLUS SA VI' .
may cause drivers to lose a ( ) to etaM M M.,.,4.w..i 0$. el.1.1.71 ai.we DICK" PANTS

little time," said Colonel
Eldrige Beach director of the 38196N. 7.74
Florida Highway Patrol CENTRAL HEAT & AIR
... p.ir U.rlwinw, III aw.r p.iyl iw wxl1 aMrww
life is worth more
"However __...........II,L,xLI M..'.>wL
than time. This rule is! designed +
to protect the lives of Completely Installed
our youngsters when travelingto .
and from school."
More than 6,000 publica4la

IAVE 11% 1.011
IAVILX CORNING"SUNSNSORB"
j $1,590 LLOYD'S CALCULATOR 9S"KIDDY POOLvALumrLuat VALUE PLUSi'VINYL

WAS 12.88 wins&er 8 2.96 DRESS BOOTS

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WORK \. -- TOWELS 1JV or SHELL
ELECTRICAL
NECESSARY )
KEN TEAL (PLUS ANY WITH COLO Q ANTS ROACH
VFUL DESIGNS INSECTICIDEDMC.PMCS VAL IN'PLUS? VALUE f.UtlMEN'S
SCENIC PRINT SMUTS SLEBPWIAR

FREE HOME SURVEY 3.93'ALUfHUU waiL4i ,,99 3.97 596

FAT FIBERS Mv ifMie N *M Mtta, tone
Skinny fibers In lug. IIII.V SUPER-PRO VAL.UfH.ua I v MS.M.L51.. tout! .hi Kwnl X. sC.
VAt.vgn.vsf -PLYWOOD CORDLESS
carpet ar. gon with
u. 10_
the wind.The trend now SO-OUAMT ICE CHEST TENNIS OAROEN
Is carpet mad. with RACKET SHEAR SAn 1._ BOYSSSIDRESS

inert, fat fibers. These 297 5.96 a.98 VINYL SNOBS '' OR
carpets are proving idra mo mw 1 SPORT'i
durable and more w.ar.a.atJ DISC Paid wins 4.88 I.' 'i

easily eared-far than. VALUE Fluff VALUSftUU' Mw. II.w.a...... ,.. e..n.4w1..t .. i '
the long shags which 1Y .. ......r. 2.6

couple were of so popular a r1j f+:i T ONS FLJTBp DOZEN 1 TOTE SIZES SAOSBROWNTAN ....... S. wSL....!
years ago.
MII7A y': f. oos BALLS MY"OOBLONOMIS 1'

Stags manufactured rr If"14"-4.11-US .11 SOCKMBS .. ,
with fat fibers are not 81 (8f fr 43.9 6 ; 1/ 4 .

likely to crush down and / :-- DiscplNCs 261AWI71
become matted. The fat
VALUE PLUS?
fibers have a retlleney SAVE IM TOf1% NYLOM
which allow m m to MEN'S ZIPTOMJTKIT FASHIONS BOYS'HOOOCD
bounce back to their original 24 Hour Expert Service On All Makes Of J-PC.BAMBOO POLE SA HACK GLAaaWAM M BLACK ROLL-UP SPORT HAT, CASUM /, RAMMOWT
shape, even after POM MEN 2 3N
w-rr.LONG VINYL.SiI b" r

hard usage Air Conditioning & Heating EquipmentSAWYER 1.88. ::: 1.47 2.9OI 1.22: ,'.,. t Ir96

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Come In today and .... s plro.
DISC PRICe .--... ...-. C.pSIdi r- -S waaR
look ever our latottselectien

of slugs, and HE CONVENIENT FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES-;; LOCATIONS,
EAGL.. "
ether beautlfvl floor I .

covering*. We maintainan W. Madison :Sf ;CIGARETTESREQ. I
Inventory of MM very 312 ;

latest style Air Conditioning .& MNQ 100's ALL PACKS r.\"

TvalTllvB- -964-7.51 3 51 5 58" ',
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332 W. Madison StarkePh. ..::.. '
.. Carpal Op.n dally S'tllS. Sunday 'til S .w..rvetlle a alwle.._.... ..1
964-7701
964-7423 Starke, Fla. ,
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Two Starke Homes Extensively] Damaged In FiresTwo j

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house fires this week the corner of Call and Church said seemed to be the hottest Mrs. Thornton said she was Mrs. Mosey. who'lived in tl
did extensive damage to Streets in Starke, diagonallyacross part of the blaze. pretty lucky but her cousin the home, was not injured but :
Starke homes this week.A from the city power "The floor below the couch lot in the tire. the fire department said all of '. : ,\ i .Tr4
fire in the upstairs plant. and the ceiling above it were Firemen reported that when the contents of the house were :ttrVCHI, ,, ..3'A" ,'.. :.: J.
apartment of Lonnie and Mrs. Olive said she heard burned almost completely they arrived at the fire flames lost.The '
Helen Olive at the corner of flames crackling and then through," Captain Dennis were already coming out the fire department said 63Y +
East Call and Church Streetson smelled smoke. She said she Rhoden said.Downstairs. windows and the doors. when they arrived at the
Friday gutted the upstairs got her children up and got out Mrs. Carolyn Fire Chief Eldon Sapp house at 10:45: Monday night
living room and caused of the house. Thornton, a cousin of Mrs. estimated the damage at the inside of the house was
extensive water damage to The children said the fire Olive, and her children $5,000. already totally in flames with :
the apartment below in a two- had started In a couch in the managed to pull many of their A fire Monday night at 909 fire coming out the windows.No s \
story frame rental house on living room, a spot fireman belongings from the house and N. Church Street completely cause for the fire has
save them from the water gutted a one story frame been determined and firement ih48Q4f
damage. home. listed the house as a total loss. 1 I


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School Girl
High Junior Dies !, I ',,,' ..J .'
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In Traffic Accident Last SaturdayMiss ''d' ,, '. .. I'

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KWIK KAR WASH Connie Kay Hudson vehicle Is Robin Harris, also 2220 SW 34th Street, I' "Mrn 1 f .5 niY M1't"',"., "'"
the daughter of Zane andJoAnne of Keystone, and damages to Gainesville, was rounding a '" q
Hudson of Keystone the car were estimated at curve on SR-121 about 1.7
1 Block East 301 Heights, became Bradford 1200. miles north of SR-100 when he
County's first fatality of 1977 lost control of his truck on the
On Sr 16 when she swerved the 1969 A Sarasota man was wet highway, the truck
Chrysler station wagon she charged with careless drivingin skidded across the road,
was driving, to miss a stray a two car accident on E. rolled over and came to rest Y b
dog.The Call Street Monday afternoon. against a tree. .Iw-r R I '1
accident, which There were no injuries in the Darsey was not charged in V
claimed the life of the high mishap. the accident. tcl tclk ;
_,_ school junior, occured at 1:55: Police reported that Curtis A Starke man was charged ,
a.m., August 20, as she was Lake III of Sarasota pulled with DWI and driving with a i
traveling south on SR-21, just onto E. Call Street from Water revoked license in an accident t4f
.' north of the entrance of Lake Street and forced Mary Sunday afternoon in Starke. ,
..... Geneva Estates. Eulalia Lawson of 414 WaterSt. Police reported that Robert
According to the Florida Starke to turn to the right Frank Bates of 111 East
Highway Patrol report, the striking a fire plug and the Washington Street, Starke, "
vehicle skidded 79 feet on the curb. ran into the rear of car driven vF
pavement and an additional by Mildred Louise Mundy of
. 146 feet on the west shoulder, Robert Thomas Cooper of 1321 Butler Road, Starke.
before striking a power pole Starke was charged with DWIin Mundy was stopped for a trainon
and overturning. Miss Hudsonwas a one car accident Sunday SR 100 in Starke when the
pinned under the vehicle evening. The highway patrol accident occurred.A .
and died instantly. reported Cooper attempted to Starke woman and a (,
Coin Operated Car Wash Donna Fillmon, a 15 year make a left turn into a Jacksonville man escaped Ir r
old companion on the pas- convenience store when he serious injury Saturday II
senger's side, received only struck a culvert and afternoon in a two car I
And Vacuum minor injuries. overturned the truck. He was collision on US301. Police
Owner of the borrowedIF not injured. reported Joyce Covington t
Perry of Rt. 3 Box 449 Starke FIREMEN BATTLE BLAZE ON E.CALL STREET
Come| | | | ln| Saturday| [ YOU NEED A Gainesville man received was pulling from Norman's I
Printing get it from the pro- only minor injuries Saturday market when she collided witha Captain Dennis Rhoden and Fireman Tim Crews edge along the roof trying to spray water Into i
fessionals. Serving Starke for when his truck overturned on car driven by Lewis Meritt a hole In the roof at this fire on the corner of E. Call and Church Streets while on the ground Bob ,
Bctwecn| | | | | | |8| |AM| | |.| |And| | | |5| |PM| | |. 98 years. SR121. Arrington of Jacksonville. Patterson and Julius Eunice handle the hoses. 1

Bradford Printers Barry Thomas Darsey of Covington was charged with I.
964.6305 of of .
For violation right way.A
leaning stop sign at the 10 Defendants Make Pleas Monday
corner of Jackson and Walnut
FREE Clarl Wash Ltt t 0* CI.! .. Vtw Cirptt Street may have been the

We Use The Famous Von Schrader cause of a two car collision Ten people were brought be- Attorney, Tom Elwell that the in the amount of $40. He has I I
.I Foam Saturday afternoon in Starke. fore Circuit Judge Wayne M. two sentences to be handed aid $340. Holley was
Dry Method No
Heavy Watting charge
Marie Blankenship Wynn of with unlawful
Carlisle Monday morning, down in the case run
Bring Auto Or Farm Equipment No Odor 1420 Pratt Street, Starke was Aug. 22, in the change of plea concurrently, but consec- possession of a controlled sub-
Carpet Ready For use The Same Day. eastbound on Jackson Street docket, with charges ranging utively to the time he is now stance and unlawful deliveryof
when she failed to see the from burglary to escape to serving. a controlled substance ir
SlII.... .. Oaf99h91 leaning stop sign at the grand larceny. 1975 and was given two years
Intersection 01'Walnut-street Edith Thomas, of Starke, probation on Oct. 31, 1975.
High Pressure Cleaning Call For Free Estimate 964-8312 and collided with a car driven Levi! Vernon Prevail, 20, of charged with issuing a worth-
by Geraldine Gay Lewis of Rt. Waldo changed his plea from less check
to the Starke Auto Roosevelt Green, 24, of
Stalks 3 .lf Cuts 3 Box 11, Starke. Police innocent to guilty for the Center, was .given 30 days to Starke changed his plea from
Especially Good For Dirty Engines 215 E. Cell St. Starke. Fla. reported no serious injuriesand burglary of a mobile home in make restitution on the check. innocent to guilty for chargesof
IJ.j there were no charges Brooker owned by Albert possession of a stolen
filed in the accident.A Grant Sparks. Velma World McCutchen, vehicle. Green said he boughtthe
Jacksonville woman and a 24,of Starke,changed her plea 1973 Oldsmobile for $400
Palatka family escaped Ronnie McCardle, of White from innocent to guilty on knowning it was a stolen
serious injury Tuesday, Springs, charged with Issuinga charges of grand larceny of vehicle and was arrested and
4iI GOING August 16, when their cars worthless check, did not $300 In receipts stolen from a charged on March 30.
: collided on SR-100. appear in court and Judge Mumford Majik Market
Police reported that Margie Carlisle set his bond at $5,000. where she was employed. Beatrice Jackson, 42,
;OUT DF BUSINESS Dylant Musselwhite, 26, of Willie Middleton, a Florida changed her plea from
,. .; 1 Jacksonville, was attemptingto State Prison inmate charged Melvin C. Gandy, 28, of innocent to guilty to chargesfiled
; turn into a convience store with aggravated assault and Lake Butler, charged with against her on March 5
when her car collided with a possession of a weapon by a escape, maintained his plea of for conducting a lottery, mis-
car driven by Clarence state prisoner, changed his innocence and Judge Carlisleset demeanor in the first degree.
e' G3"Z1 Edward Conner of Palatka. plea from innocent to guilty. the date for his trial for George McLenaghan was
Conner's wile Nancy, was Middleton charged with the Monday, Aug. 29 at 9 a.m. set on the Oct.3 trial docket to
;. slightly injured while his two stabbing of Robert T. Faison, Gandy was charged with answer to charges of grand
..er children Eddie and Patricia an inmate, after an alterca- escape. larceny. He Is in the Bradford
were uninjured. tion occurring at the FSP Aaron H. Holley 18, of County Jail after being a
Conner was charged with barbershop on Feb. 17,1977. It Starke was given until Oct.31, fugitive from this jurisdictionfor
improper passing. was recommended by State the last day of his two years one year. His bond was set
probation, to make restitution at $2,500.Household .
WITH GREATER REDUCTIONS

I Getting all your I Hints I I


I by Mary S.Yearta and plan package the meaty I I
SHOES OQ5$7hirts adventure from TV? Your County Extension pieces as you like. The less !
Home Economics Agent meaty pieces like backs, wing
QUESTION: There are so tips,necks, and giblets can be
many varieties of pre- frozen for later cooking or put
JUST SyO SQ e 6y ARROW packaged chicken on the into the pot immediately and
4kA market, it is very confusing.How stewed for such things as
RECEIVED\ can one tell which Is the soups, casseroles, curries.
j V7i'V & YAN HEUSEN best buy? (Mrs. T.E.) Freeze the broth for any of the
( I
ANSWER There are some many dishes whose flavor can
In SHIPMENT R bGi 30 different ways you can find be enhanced with the additionof
\ chicken packaged. To take chicken broth.
TIES & confusion out of the bargain
'
i For Men Women hunting, avoid all strange Note: extra bonuses are:
BELTS sounding variety packagingand the first joint of the wing
and Children w stick to comparing pricesof makes a wing "drumstick"
Reductions Or SLACKS the whole bird, chicken which is a favorite of small
MANY STYLES halved, quartered, or in parts children. Boning the chicken
'Y LEVIS GOLD CUPSOCKS thighs, drumsticks, thigh breast is not difficult and can
ALL SIZES and drumstick, breast and be an inexpensive, elegant
ft wings. meal for your next guest
GREAT j STRIAIG The whole chicken is usually dinner.
A ;, T the best buy, particularlywhen ,
95'r;
DISCOUNTS you find it on special QUESTION: Why do we use
LEGrVftN'S sale. The prepackaged partsdo additives In our modern food?
give a higher yield of edible (Mrs. J.B.) ANSWER: Man
'' meat per pound than the has added to his knowledge of
Instead of getting your excitement from watching whole chicken and food improvement and preservation -
Tennis Shoes LEISURE COATS the exploits of others you could be having some of to buy the pieces you permitsyou like for thousands of
your own years. Without modern additives -
By driving a tank. Or jumping out of a plane.Or best Whether it's wiser to we would not have the
spend extra for parts, or take
learning to sleep in the rain.
Or by learning a Job you never thought you the time to be your own quality and quantity of food
d l@d. P- could do. Or doing a job you never thought could be butcher, is the question.To now necessary to feed ourNation'
m cg v done.Or going places you never thought you would go. help you to compare cost Citizens. Also, food
) Or simply by putting on a uniform and getting per pound of the whole,ready- preparation is moving rapidly
f satisfaction from an old-fashioned feeling that you're to-cook with from the home kitchen to the
doing your best in the service of your country. parts that broiler-fryer provide equal food "factory," and storage

m@ @ Cali Army Opportunities amounts of meat, use the time is longer. Proper and
following guide: safe additives are necessaryto

,.. 786-5800 If you are a wise shopper, keep our foods safe, pure
& \. have freezer space, and don't and wholesome. _
&v FANTASTIC mind being your own butcher, QUESTION: Do organically
= >o's Join the people who'vejoined the Army.An you can realize a real bonus on grown foods taste better?
,:. SAVINGS Equd!Opportunity Employ, sale day. Buy several birds (Mrs. F.C.)

r' *\ ti$&& PULLN5t -OVER ON LADIES ANSWER! Taste, as well as
\ SPORTSWEARJACKETS F attractive color, is associated
MINI GOLF
"2 \. .1-\\V SHIRTS COURSE with freshness and maturity
of fruits and vegetables,

/ Men's ft Boy'sHAHES 2000 N., Temple Ave. methods.rather than to gardening

VESTS BLOUSES, QUESTION: When subotU
Starke
,, Fla.
UNDERWEAR
for
tuting honey sugar in a.
recipe, do I use the
PANTS SKIRTS
REDUCED FORBACKTOSCHOOL SPECIALSat. amount? (Mrs. J.J) same

SAVINGS SHORTS ANSWER: No. 1
'. honey is equivalent
to 1 y.cup
,/ sugar plus V4 cup liquid.

"ik SPECIAL GROUP LADIES GOWNS August 27th For further Information

concerning your household,
I SLEEPWEAR
.._ _..-- write to your County Extension
MEN' TENNIS SHOES 400 7s $ 10:00: : ,A.M..: ,3 P.M.. :, > "'7.S. ,, 'r. Home Economics Agent

'. Mary S.Yearta, P.O. Drawer
BOY'S. KEGS ". *2" BRAS ft GIRDLES .Ages 8-15- \ -. / < 1028,Starke, Florida 32091 or
V V call 9M4280.'This service is
75. free to everyone without
ALL SALES FINAL NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES NO CHARGES NO LAY--WAYS regard national to race, color, or
prlgln. |

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' August!H. 1971 TELEGRAPH Page IS

tHOUGhT OF TilE L .
MONTh GALS
tl "Why I Is il? A man wakes HELP WANTED
, up '
In the morning after sleeping NOTICE!OF INTENTION Olan Mill needs several

on an advertised blanket, I ir TO REGISTER lad I.s for' part ,time .

' bathe advertised in pajamas. He will FICTITIOUS NAME telephone work. $ $ :IftFItO S
; an advertised tub Pursuant to Section 865.09 Morning or Evenings.

, wash with advertised soao'shave Florida Statutes notice I Is 12.30 per hour. Sea Mr*.

', with an advertised hereby giver) that the undersigned Uhl Bradford Motel .:.-- -- trwillta;

razor drink advertised coffee Richard A. Jordan P.O. Monday at ..m. Ifchg /J
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after his advertised juice Box 1256 Starke. Florida,32091

cereal and toast (toasted I lii and Joseph A. Jordan, P.O. Box _

f t his advertised toaster), put on 1479. Uve Oak Florida 32060 ___ Lr9I'

advertised advertised hat.clothes lie will and ride anI to doing name business of "JORDAN under AGENCY the firm SILVER RIDGE AUTOMOBILES USED FOR RENTFURNISHED FOR SALEifLECTRIC FQR SUE

work in an advertised car, sit AT ST RKEl' 864 N. Temple 's" DIVIS 1011IOVERLOCKIIiO I '

I at an advertised desk, and Suite ''A, Starke Bradford I NEW LOCATION!
FOR SALEi 1973 Dat..,,
write with an advertised County. Florida; 32091 Intendsto !: ORGANS I Regolntle. 4,7 AMP pool t____ 205 N.TEMPLE
pen 400.Great (.* ..II.....Save BRICK Double. .keyboard, built I. tablet ..oJ.. '
etat
Yet this man hesitates saying r register said fictitious SILVER LAKE and HOMEI 200 ft. 300. STARKE. FLORIDA
name buy for I,000. S.. atStandardStation oa Lake rhythm, maker. excellentcondition. Also 1 8ft. air
Jet
that advertising does not pay under the provisions, of aforesaid 8R-100 oV Geneva. 2 BR. A/C Matureadulte. Beglnner'n gutter ....160. 94-6009. hockey

: Finally when his unadver. statute) In 21. Keystone Height tin/- 1200 Mr.. Hopper with, music $20. Call 964- 212 8/ZI Uchg' 9844280it. REAL FACTS ON REAL ESTATEAre
Used business goes badly he I Richard A. ''Jordan Joseph A. Bradford County f- --- ------ 788-8044 J5*. 8/18 3tpd 111 9454. 8/25 Ztchg 9/1

will then advertise it for Jordan Near 1968< Old. Dlmont 88. A/C jeam%r_earn earn enm ate_enm amr mo mm am old
I sale I owners. Keystone ------ ------ you ;"hnkerlngj" for the good country
heater, 4 door radio good
Dated -- -------- 23 BLACK ANGUS COWSi FOR SALEi Consols. .
this 25th day of Urea 395. plane, life? A country home may suit you. but will It suit
Heights. Spacious condition good HOUSE. ....n. Arthur
August Oo ream N. 1 herlerd Cal for nppobtment to
sect
1977 at Starke T Be before making an Inveifmerrt.
A.Oj, Call 4-6758. Itpd 8/25 your spouse >sure
LOST Florida. ] thadr.nl Phone. 964-5193. Gssklns, 782-3140. 8/18 4734210 day or 4734648:
Building Lots For -- ---- Jobs Morris Itpd 8/25 Ztchg 8/25 evening U/... Check out all the features. I Is the area served by
conTertlble
8/25 4tpd 9/15 VW 1967 very utility companies, or do you have to provide yourown
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English Sprlng.r Spaniel: 1 Homes, Sensibly good condition mechanically KINGSLEY LAKE. Winter GARAGE SALEI Fri. Sat.9 : water knd sewage facilities.Most all areas are

Male, Answers to I, Restricted. Easy and body S.. to appreciate. ..t.., Sept. Juno. Central a.m. to 5 p.m. Compact Ref. COMPTOMETER CITIZEN: served by power companies, but telephones may

Buckwheat 14 mot., liver NOTICE 1000. Phone 473-2217. 8/25 Heat A/C. Mobile Homes Like now, B.ddlngcwrtalaa, not be available. These are things you need to know

and whit with Black face.I Terms. 3Uhg 9/8 ...tta,.. Call 533.2366. 8125 converse sneaker. Ding excellent Moltlpllee,...dltl.naee ..'tape 879., before making a firm decision en acquiring a
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I Lost In Lawt.y area $SO Julius D. tfebg Boot. (25. a Mir. Many
Eunice will not be
Phone 782-3660 after 5 ... country horns .
Investment Prices! Super 2nd car carryall. 70 ... other Item..I 1/:1: mIles N. of ,
Rtward --- ---- ---
phone 781-3841.
: responsible debts Incurred by ply. atatlon Wagon 500.. BEAUTY SHOP FOR Lawtey. Itpd 8/25 tf/pd W. can answer those and other questions for you.

itchy anyone other than myself. 533-2252. Itchg. 8/25 LEASEi 8. 301. Bonnie'sHair ;,...----------- ----- ------ Deal with a real estate agent and be sure of what
: Julius D. Eunice -- --- --- 912-729-5098. BUSINESS PROPERTY LIMEROCK FOR SALEI'P. you're buying.OF .
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::. 210 N. St. Clair St. TOYOTA CORONA: T969.Engine 8/25 2tchg Stylist." 9/1 For nlo .. I.*** 340 .f. ..... 7814172 alter 6 p.m.
Starke Fla. 32091 Jut overhauled. ./5 7/14 tl/....
---- ------ -- metal bldg. masonry
MEIBA K. IIGENREALTOR condition. Phone ---- ----- -
Excellent --
-- I MOBILE HOME. 3 Bit .n offices attached 4 bath PARTICULAR INVESTMENT INTEREST 1.

: ... ;-::::; 8/18 4tchg 9/8 964-4183 after 0 p.m. Itpd GrUII. Loop. 964-8818. Itpd room, over 5000 of. total FOR SALE DUaiend I Modern S apartment house or office complex. 2.
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:. ," 8/25 R/25 area, 400_,. S phase ser ........ far any stereo. Ov er Tuck's Drlv .ln on :301 South. :3. Vacant property on
Keystone Heights DODGE"DART--1970-- -4- ---- ---- -- vice. Ideal for light Mfg. 247 dilleroat. ...., we nave. 301 N. with unlimited potential. 4. Demorest homeon
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO i 2 ROOM APTSi Doable. plant! good terms ph. 904- them. all. Dohmer'. Discount. -
An orange it about 87 per. REGISTER +7.n7it door, slant 0, AlT $500 ingle ....pla.; room. A/C 485-1594 or writ P.O. Box TF/Chg Park Place adjacent to Starko Shopping Plata.

cant water. Melroio aVomh- 47S-27M ..,otlob". Phono 904-7147 lu... 964-8349. Com to 86 Broolter, FL. 32622 8/25
FICTITIOUS NAME after 6 p.... 8/25 2tpd 9/1 Underwood, Motel. 301, 4 Itpd 8/25 COUCH AND CHAIR SALE Yes we'do have listings on Klngtley Lake.

Pursuant to, Section 866.09 nilei N. Sta.... 8/25 Ztchg" i------------ S169.9S .,. Datt...'.

.- !9 -- Florida Statutes notice is hereby SERVICE 8/1 PEARS 2.25 bu. 448-2445., Dlee unt. 2/3 TF/Chg Nearly new brick homo on Madison with CH&A, 3''

given that 'the undersignedWalter Mobile Home PERSONAL -- -- --- ----. Itpd 8/25 BAH IA HAY Argentina,' Bedrooms. 2 Baths plus large lot.
& Dianne Westcott KOA 2 Furn APTSi on. 1 BR and. ,-------- ---- highly fertilised, ph... 9646071. .

Use fresh, pineapple juice or Campground. :p.O. Box 173.' Service Poles LtVV'S WLLDlINGi G... one 2 BR. Elec. and hot ONE HAMPSHIRE BOARiApnrex. 7/21 tfcbgBLUEBERRIES' Large frame home on Madison Street In excellent
jlicei to Electric, Brailng. hltche. Phono 9648071. Itpd 225 Ih. 90. 782-
tenderize meat but Starke, Florida. 32091. doing 100 AMP metalled Trailers Custom water. -- ----- --- repair for 27000.
\ don't marinate longer than business under the firm name of 8/25 :3635. Itpd 8/25. U-Pkk, 50
Built Pine. .
12OM20O Whispering ---- ---- ---- -------- ---
:two hours. The natural en- "HAPPY HOE FARMS." Motel. ml. South ol Starke, 4 BR HOUSE. 2 BR trailer. HAY FOR SALE l M-8237.. coal per Ib. We-Pkk. 75 The croak f. barn door i 17 Vi acres with 2 trailer
Ib... Oil Eerleten
I 'zyme works fast. Crawford & J; Starling Rd. AMP on 301 Box 327 Starke. Fla. 964-0161. Itpd 8/25 Robert, Patrick. Itpd 8/25 eeato Rend. per IIOO-A), 1.8 mile hook-ups plus well plus 21x70 concrete block: barn
'r. rke. Bradford County. 2O8" tf/chg. with bathroom
---- ---- --- 1, n.rtk.fSR26thea 1/2 mile a 25000. Hurryl
} Honda, 32091 intends to *AT* --- ---- --- -- Rebuilt 2 BR Duplex with 197 Jacobsen. 5 H.P.25"cut west. Lo.'......... 473-2702:

LEG'ALSNOTICE register ''said ,fictitious name Ir7rr HENLY ELECTRIC range and ..,.1.. applied. riding mower. (275 1976 10 .. 4751151. Ope 8 .... to Raiford: harming: country brick home plus

I under the provisions of aforesaid Ir COMPANY reeldentlal 1125/month plus security speed Mishlkl Int. mesa bike 7:30 ,... Monday. throughSaturday another home for rental nearby. Nice trees, some
Ij Matute. commercial IndustriaL 7 depoilt. Phone 964-6560 75.Call (64-7334 8/18 2tehg" .
tfn/chg outbuildings 943,000.00.: Owner will consider
day n week. 24 hr. ..",1... 8/25
j Walter ft Dianne Westcott. M.rki after 5 p.m. 8/18 tfehg -- ---- -- .
WeiMe Mra > 4311700. Raiford 8/18 Stpd __ __ ____ __. with financing.Neat
v/e> onifT/te .J! --- ----- --- MOBILE HOME LOT
I I. Charles J. Schaefer Mayor- owners.
\ 9/15
\ Commissioner of the CIty of Dated this seventh day of -- -- -- ----- COTTAGE air ON conditioned.LAKE Upright condition. Plane(275 ..la.h. good Call well down and payment septic ta.P.........Small 488-. 4 year old home on Fla. Power ,fust off 301 N.

\ Starke Florida by virtue of the July A.D. 1977 at Starke BRADFORD SEPTIC JOHNSON and fishing. 431-1960 8/18 2tpd 8/25 1551. 8/9 TF/Chg" Owner transferred.
Authority vested to me by law Florida. R/25 dtpd 9/15 Swimming
TANK SERVICE ----
) 1125/week. Phone. 4732108. 1------- -- -- -------
do hereby call a First Primary residential. pump-outs 140. 7/28 tl/chg PATIO COVERSi 10x20 for FOR SALE BROWNING Are you the "discriminating" person with money te

Election to be held at the Fire Lawtey Correctional Institution NORTH CAROLINA Fast service guaranteed. -- -- ---- --- home sad mobile Ito..... 270 AUTOMATIC rSle 4 back up your taste for luxury yet Informality For

Station. in the foresaid City by will accept bids through close of Phone 9648121. 4tpd PRIME BUSINESS SPACE (199 Installed. (159unlnstalled. power flip....t Mono 1300firm. YOU we \have on Hampton Lake (1) Brick home
J qualified voters on Tuesday business September 15th 1977 bedroom ruttlc cabin on I I 2 -- -- -- -- located on Lawrence Blvd. GATOR. Lake Butler .494-2531 with extra lot complete with dock and Boathouse

September 13. 1977. A.D., for for the removal' of used kitchen .Terrific acrea off vl.w weeded of mountain 'land. VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS and Flamingo la Kejritone ALUMINUM Ph... 3729787. no collect call. ((2)) Unpretentious, yet elegant brick and redwood
mountain Largo 4620 N.W. 13th St.,
the purpose of electing the grease for the period September rack fireplace expoied beam all make. all lit.. Inquire at Standard. Gainesville. 8/11 tl/chg furnished.
following officers: 30. 1977 through June 30th. celling large redwood d..., mod.... Starke. Sowing Center. Station or phone 473-4907.:
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CITY CLERK. TWO YEARS 1978. Copies of the Invitation to .Bring...um.water I..,. tlt.500. $.ooo down 21S* East Call Street TF/chg__ __ __ WATSON'S HOUSE OF Realty Yes we do have some good buys for young people.
POLICE CHIEF. TWO YEARS Bid be obtained phono 9644312.: 41 pd 393: N.Temple. Ave..
may from the 1 Acr.on .large rUIn In. mountain MOBILE HOMt" In country, VACUUMS many brand
ONE COMMISSIONER GROUP Purchasing Agent. Lawtey trout stream. Waterfall nearby. -- --- WORrT-Tiand furnished,children welcome. of new vacuum. Used Stork., Fla. Approximately So.OOO. down and you can take over

2, TWO YEARS Correctional institution, P.O. Good .c.... 11,900 Good Term. BULLDOZER. Phone 9644111 or .473-4777.. machine available. Expert Off.94-7700 ..ym.ntson. lot on Lake Hampton 100' x 560'.
ONE COMMISSIONER GROUP Box 229 Lawtey FL. Phone bedroom cabin on 1 acre. Good clearing road building site Ill T5'chgHOMES repair,all ...b..Part aadncceisorie
garden spot Good .cc.... Owner preparation. Phone Edward 80 Acre farm, .homo and
4, TWO YEARSINSPECTDRS 782-3811. need to tell. for all vacuum Cece/io/ r: TerwJS/egor
tllsoo Term Davis Glen St. Mary, 1-259- ...... Equip optional.
,Tn... are e few of 1.000 listIng 3569. Built-in ...tn. vacuum ,
FOR SAID We have ell types of property ./14 tlnchgBILL'S FOR SALE system, 404 NW 10th. NEW LOCATION!
CIRCUIT COURT FOR lilted. from MM p.r acre and up. Avenue, GalneavOle. Phono 1 Acre, with or without 205 TEMPLE
IN THE
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ELECTION: --- --- m
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We nave mill or large tracts. We corn' :376-7110. TF ICh. trailer. STARKE FLORIDA
BRADFORD COUNTY alto have teveral' cablnt nou.... SAW SHOP House with garage and largelot.
ELLA MAE CHASTAIN FLORIDA old farm, etc. Write or call for pleto sharpening oervlce I Butler Rd.964-8084.8/25 OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
ANNIE P. HOLTON CIVIL ACTION: free lilting brochure. You can Call circular "hand carbide, 2tpd 91Keyetone GUNS FOR SALE! 22's, :. HOME PHONE 9&4-5US!
free of charge by dialing I-SOO-43S. chain mower blade hollow ... 25':! ., and 38's sold at D.... :I BR Brick and CB -
RUBY HOWELL Case No.77357IN 7411.Write or cell today. Cnerokee.. ,ground and. ltoJ....... Leave ---- -- -- -- ....'. Discount. TF ICh. Home .. 1 Acre .
PEGGY SHALLER Land Co., Murphy N.C. Jim.I Height area, ..
WOODS RE: The Marriage of at Jackson Building Supply ready to move, Ia.3BR 1 1/2 UrILITYBUILDINGS.AO '
ANN H.. on I acre, withfrnisbilsr"
Stark. or Koyatono Height
SHELLIE GERLE PETER SAMUEL ALOGNA I/. -rtpdeHELP ,.,../.22.. TF/Chg bath suu.deek....... sdcB,,' .t'.10......,-p.*wired," r.- "* *-
Husband ... [optional! Lake. privileges, ceptable. light _Ite....., BOOTSAt
BARBARA VAUNSKI ----- ----- Crystal. Lake. No money
ALCOHOLICS light, tongue and groovefloor
KENNETH STRUTH and down VA, FHA. and :I BR D.W. trailer on 1
delivered and est
ANONYMOUS successful up. MOHRTS
MARTHA GLADYS ALOGNA. GEORGI Carrad.ne'sWe
IRMA BUFORD living for people. who want to conventional financing avail Financing available. up to 48 Acre
Wife. able. 129,900. Phone for
3TOP drinking and STAY months to pay 60 alxe*. .,
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ALTERNATES FOR SAID stopped. Meeting Thursdsy directions 4734133.: lUhg Suzuki of Sta.....96441020 Are Stocked With
NOTICE OF SUIT 8/25 tat North Tehtel A o.STAIKI Pairs Of
ELECTION: WANTEDCOSMETOLOGIST. and Sunday 8 p.m. Phone 964-6021. 5/12 TF/chg 3 BR St..... House VLOHIOA Over 1000
ALOGNA -- --- --- ---
MARGARET WILLIAMSMRS. TO: PETER SAMUEL 964-5434 or 964-6894. TF CHI A, and AppU...... Justin And Wr.ngl.rQu.llty
BY OWNER 3 BR. 2 Both
C/O Mrs. Yvonne Alogna : Boats. We
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DANSBY
R.O. Salary CH/A In '
Landscaped.
182 Noble Street ..... Guarantee Our Prices )
plua commlaalon. Phone 475- SEWING MACHINES Excellent condition. $24,000. Bu. property on
In Testimony whereof. I here West Haven Connecticut 06616 2210 day and 475-2852 repaired nil make Phone 9645667. 8/18 4tpd 301. tram house, To Be The Lowest Any

unto subscribe my name and nlghte. 8/18 2tchg 8/25 cleaned oDed..od adjusted 9/8 Large 4BR on ten where
LR family room
YOU ARE HEREBY ------ -- --- 17.Work guaranteed. JamesStrickland
be ------------1 1
cause the Seal of the town to a 16.
J"to
hereunto affixed this the 2nd day NOTIFIED that an action for RETIREES OR SENIOR corner MorgnnRoad NEW HOMESi Low maintenance C.U-M4-7700 acres : .=: : Let Us Fit You And I

of August. 1977 A.D. Support and Child Custody CITIZENS ONLY Sec..- and Highway It. 3/10 brick 3 BR 2 Both Vereie P.04o. 301 North 3 BR, LR Your Family With Boot I

r. Charles J. Schaefer Without Dissolution of Marriagehas UrlaJ, typing and 'DI.,. 20 TF/Chg... fireplace. Keystone area feet of Roe.Real Estate frame houae.on ton acne, At Price You Can|
--- --- 1,440 sqaar
MayorCommissioner been filed against you and hours per week at minimum LAWN A GARDEN above Keystone Oaks.. N* on SR-100: B..k.rEy..H.1I478 tractor end .... '... Afford.
living apace
.. .. Applicant mustm.st
are required to serve a copyof closing costs. Priced from 4 BR S l - -
you SERVICE Also housework. fenced 1.2 acre. ,
Edwards Oty your written defense if any. minimum Income requlremenle sod general hoaeehold 35000. Adams Builder Bath. Central Kent and --- Sn..leo..ia.lot.. .. Belts To SUe 56. All In|
ATTEST Merrill Call
to qualily.
Clerk : to it on RICHARD E. WELTY. Starke 964-8382 or Lake repair. Reasonable ..t... 473-2056 or 473-4078: 8/18. 2 Air units. Owner Pearl Andrew,A._. 301. _ The Finest Leather.
for Petitioner whose Phone 964.5452 anytime. tlch- naxlou to eell. Price 984-7719 laid
8/11/ 91NOT1CEOF Attorney Butler 490-2347 for further ------------1 9 acre peeture
4tchg address is 114 N.Walnut Street Information Itchg' 8/25 8/11 Stpd 98ALUMINUM reduced to $.7.500. reasonably priced J.. eft CARRADINE'SLEATHERHOP

Box 996 Starke --- -- --- -- - SR 16, N.W. ol town. \ '
Post Office --- --- -- --- '
SIDING. L.K.Edward!.Ill - -
SHERIFF'S Florida 32091 and fie the BUSINESS FOR SALE .
of
......". I.1Ie. 1 Mile South
SALE with the Clerk of the OPPORTUNITIES Awnings, gutters, windows, & Aooo"t..ln. 1-3-6 aero *
original etc. Joseph D. Garrison, I Realtor N.W. of Stark Lawtey on U.S. :301
Excellent opportunity -
Notice Is hereby given that I I. above-styled$ Court on or before
Phene 964-5205. 8/11 tfchgJR. Vacuum cleaner, thermos 4U-400t: --
Starke Large
Dolph E. ReddISh. as sheriff of September 26.' 1m otherwise .ha are outstanding corporation ..... ----- -- ---- bottle radio table, valet Very eke double wide, 717-3400

Bradford County Florida. under Judgment may be entered opening. Must have mans REAMES HEATER recllner, toaeter lawnrecllner screened porch added, CHA.

and by virtue of Writ of Execution against you I for the relief ability, ambition sod show CLEANING AND REPAIR concrete lawn Real on eno acre lot wltr

to-wit: demanded In the Petition. progress for ....Bueineee. or Whiter I I. coming. It.tan. to furniture, 4 slice toaster RALPH BRYAN Estate plenty of tree.

Execution issued out of WITNESS my hand and the isles backg. helpful. have your heater and juicer, electric clock. electricflat [B 2117 N. Temple 964-8788. 'T.-.-ZO---..-.-tract- --
furnace cleaned and .... T.V. verjreaeonahl
Bradford said Court on the Starting salary $780 per Iron, small plct.
County Court of' seal of the OFFICE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY .*. just off SR Itpaved
Interview checked. Call Jr. R...... stand. Marvel Columbia.
1977. month. For personal -
to a 22nd of August REALTOR
County Florida pursuant day OPENSUNOAYBYAPPOINTMENTSR road.I .
BROWNAS call' Gainesville. 378- today. 964-7264 or 964-8962. 984-8790. Itpd 8/25 Lillian C Pearson
Town S.
Final for GILBERT -
Judgement 8/25 7tpd 10/6 -- -
Finance Company of Starke CLERK .OF THE SAID 1557. 8/25 Stchg 9/8 --- ---- ---- CHINESE"PUPPYI fawn 18 WEST .I BR block ho\io.. Bedford Real Estate
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Florida and against Frank E. & COURT LAWN CARE AND HOME female. 7 wka old. Can 782- 1.& acre I building! .;.; :ooo It on highway.. $38,000. ..ake.. ... _

Mary Gwen Dickinson. defendants MAINTENANCE 3046. S75. Itch 8/25 T..... 3 BR, 1 bath, CB home 3 BR,2 Bath CB Home CH
in the amount of (589 98 By; Beulah M. Moody. Deputy WANTEDWANTED Reaaonable ..t.*.- Ph... --- -- --- -- LAWTEY AREAI with FR, very nlc.. A. closed garage, nice

and interest together with costsof dark. 9644653. Itpd 8/25 swimming pool In town lot. quiet neighborhood, ,
--- -- -- ---- BRASINGTONCadiilsc
collection. 8/25 4tchg 9/15/, Used rofrl..to. 2. 5. 10 acres sad up. L.", down payment owner .....51/4 percent .tg.

Have seized and have in my I .., ...It.r., and Oldsmobile laanctog. Houses ., mobile. .homo.. 3 BR 1 bot". Itleek hem hiStarke $35,000.

possession the following described atove. I* good condition.Phono FAULKNERBf Sales & Service t "AREA City Limlte.
personal property to-wrt: NOTICE OF INTENTION D.It....'. Discount Pint Selection Of UaedCaraTakenOn i BROOKER---- 3 BR frame .hem.. CH A A.

1966 Plymouth. 4 dr Sedan 'TO REGISTER 904-7923. TF/Chg_ Fine I 3 BR 2 hath brick. bam. .. 28 acre,with one-fourth. fenced earner let, SI5.000.

ID. No. RL41B67293421 FICTITIOUS NAME ---- ---- -- [ Cadillac Trade mile on pnvod road.T.. many extra U...U.*. GEORGE R... Rail ROBERTS Estate Broker JR. 2 BR frame,ret,A eleve ..

Tag. No. "..38691Aa 866.09 LIVE IN: Te cook. and keep 2001 N.W.13 378.5301GAINESVILLF. THERESSA AREA Pbo. ** 984-7826 Fin. Power 115.000.
Pursuant to Section mall house for semi-retired

the property of the above Florida Statutes notice Is hereby ..... Central .heat and air. titAttij1. r. L 17I0up; t. 137: acre .B SR 100 from ...100flD. /....' owner OPEN Saturday A.M. Very Beat fernlebed.

named defendant and that on Reply to Des J .1. 126 S.Water St. ...... mobile borne wkb. Urgeaddition.
that the undersigned T... .. ... Stark.Itpd 8/2J
of gNarl Starke. FIo.Id" 1 '" Meet see to
Monday. the 19th day RAIFORD AREA
P.O. Box 1187. '
Donald Hurst 9445065,1 V.UbIffl.i! : 013,400
appreciate
September. 1977 at twelve .Florida, 32220. .. : :. LONGCHAMPHome
o'dock Noon on said day on the Whitehouse under the firm AUTOMOBILES USED 20....* dairy barn,well and p..,. (304KW. and Building
dang business ---- '.1 oc.... nV on 1009 962'deeps
2" thru 6"fast --- -
premises of the Bradford CountyJail. name of "RIGHT-WAY OF Frame h.... on 8313V 3 BR furnished .... on paved rood, "'.100. Material $13,400.:
I will offer for sale and selltothehighestbidderforCaah FLORIDA" P.O. Box 187 1971 Vega 2dr Hatchback 4 lot. 110,000.00. Rotary ; WE BUILD-

in Whitehouse!Florida 32220. spd. trans. (493. 1970 ----- KEYSTONE AREA 51/2 acres quiet oree
hand. the above described said fictitious Rambler Ambaamdor 4 dr V' Old houae on 100'xlOO lot Equipment ---- "YourPlans Or Ours $9,000
register Drilling
property of said defendant to intends under to *e provisions of S A/C. A/T SS93. 390 In tow*. Priced. to eeD. Silver I Said UkefreaU 3 BR (furalshod. ....., (28,000.IJAcr YmirLotOrOun"FREE
name and Auto Thai ----- 1340' US
the aforesaid Execution. Engine STATE LICENSED -- -- ...J5 acres on
satisfy aforesaid statute. 1275. 200 Engine and Auto Z and ...-...f acre withII'i70' .. .... lot. heuees or mobile. .home. Owner Ra..... ESTIMATES MI-Torme 056,500
.. mehlle It.... fl OICeS
7823321.
Donald Hurst! owner. Trans ISO. Pb. Remodeling Repair*
Sheriff from (4,500.WaterfroBti
Dolph E. Reddish. Dated thus 18th day of August Located 1 ml. North of (10300. Good term jPumpm! I __ __ AddJtioosHomes..t LAWTEY
Florida ...
Bradford County. SR-12S West -- -
A.D. 1977 at Starke Florida. Lawtey oa 1 swim and ski on this bt>ul.. clear waterlake.
1/4 ml. on left. 0 and one-half acre with 3 Small S me;frame .home
3 Iota loft ax C1I,50O oweorImaacmg.
8/25 4tchg 9/15 8/18 4tpd 9/8 ---- ------ -- utility bldg. Well. Septic New & Used 100'. on water. Only Sold -,Traded .. I A ..n.. (..a......
1973 Yellow "Superbug" and. electric. .
A/C 01 MO. Call 904-SS7S. ---- Sales-Parts-Service MISCELLANEOUSWest 4 BR. I lath. DW Mobile
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HOME 1/4--ml.-on--left.--2tpd---8/18-25-- 3,...sad..U.one-fourth. 2 BR, 2 B .house acre E-Z Terms Mediae. : 3 BR larg.-DR.--carport. I '.N..............'. ACREAGE SALE FOR ecr Homo...It., CH..-..A.for 2nd on MH.1.?

1971' Toyota C...... 4 door with. apartment and .1 Mine. good ......".. tenor lot. $96$00.i 11'_.

....... ".p. manual with. air., workshop Included. 96443853 "
S8SO. 904-8087. 8/18 4tchg Stocked lie.* pond. .Plumbinijj'! ,! GriStle Leopt, 3 BR frame' ;**** m .boeuuful acre lot Highway Wl South 20 A.....Just;ofISR *25W.

SALE t/8 ( 4,500. Stark fish. ..... 1M.... Home
FOR -.. ---- -- -- -- W. have commercial; New InstallationRemodeling i I -- -- ......-.,.. .he( ......
property on 301 north sad Restricted bufldhig let. near Ceuutry CI... Net many .left U3J50.II .

Block$ Home, 3 BR 1 MOBILE HOME south.REDUCED". owner financing.HOUO Before Ac... US 301-IUIM.
Lovely Brick and FOR QUICK clisR ioOSoutk Floe
and 30 acre ,just beyond city. ---
Bath LR DR, Den, LO.; t tKltchen.CH PARK SALES .10 rae.. S both' Repairs, sisal ol Umber 150.000. You Buy A 51 J Acre. US Ml -
Double ...... Many omtra'a.Approximately bw.e brkm. .....CH*".9BR '
/ A. 3 Car Garage, Large held CHr. Limit I 1/4 acr.' C. eeee.e..uasee.ee.. We have lots acreage, .home and farm U Bradford, Clay t Ba..ho. I firopmoeo,

with driveway. Close Walk to Bradford Sqw. G..d location. Price. Durranc and Uln. Catli .In city,._t, and waterfront.Evenings MobileHome loawod planted ......,

landscaped Lots and i Downtown 125.000. .........aSee.II lee.1.. --- -- sin.....
Hospital --- and Whndst.
School
to Elem. CaIl,964'51O3 ., .*M Per Month Peel H.FaoknorActfor PUMPS SUPPLY ., .ASSOCIATES
Downtown. Priced toSell,; All ctt*Convenience* if ICOMPANY [ Ralph. BryanlMoltr9.442 ....ahres96i4hd! nr
by1aPOifltmeflnly. ... .i TII ; '
Shown' : .Fire,Poke Protection- '- J SeeJohn -
after: 6 p.m. 801._.. 471-2039 LillianREALTOR Penraon '
City Gao,Water.. Associates Art P.'"", \
) $39,900. firm. Sewer Ire*. L, Faulkner 864 N. Temple) Avex :
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964542Sn. WrI>*....*.Jeman 96445(1 .
8/34tChg'9/8, Jo-La Mat.. ... M.Bakban' Stark .t r ......,Me :

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CllfRCII ACTIVITIES NORTIISIDE BAPTIST: Mrs. Kathy Hardee. They had lunch Friday at Kelly Hinson family performed. I' Saturday with Mr. and Mrs.
CHURCH OK GOD: Sunday Sunday School 10 a.m. played two games, after Elizabeth Memorial Camp in Flat Rock, From there to Nashville, Donald Wilkison.
School 10 a.m. Worship Worship Services 11 a.m. and which the bride opened her Terry N.C. with Calvary Baptist Tenn. to Opry Land. after I Mrs. B.L Wilkison. Sr.,
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. 7 p.m. Prayer meeting gifts. Cake punch nuts and Church of Starke, who were which they toured the'Smokey spent the weekend with her
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Wednesday at 7 p.m. mints were served for morning and Mrs. G.L. Sapp supper guests of their uncle camping there and from there and Blue Ridge Mquntains, son. and dau hter.ln-Iaw. Mr, f
7:30:: pm. YPE Friday at 7:30: The church conducted a refreshments. There were and Harold Eunice in bradford and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Earl home and arrived at home back through Wilmington, !, and Mrs. Hubert Wilkison of
pm. Vacation Bible School this thirty-five guests present for County Hos pital Teston and family. Mr. and 10:30: Saturday morning.Mr. 'NC and then home. Live Oak. While there they
KVKHGKKKN: : : : BAPTIST: week. The Principal was the occasion. Wednesday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Randy Hayes, and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Boch Mrs. James Dougherty and I enjoyed tubing down the
Sunday School 10 a.m. Pastor James Cowart, the en- ': Robin Deal, of Tallahassee and Mrs. Wayne Teston and were Sunday dinner guests of sons, Courtney. Christopher, I I Ichetucknee River.
Worship Services II a m. and rollment was 105 and the bride-elect of Jerre Starling, and Mrs. Ch rles family. They all' enjoyed a their parents Mr. and Mrs. Patrick, and Pete,.} ', left for 1 Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Union 6 attendance was 95. It of formerly of Starling and family Mr and Joe Adams and afternoonand McClellan .
7pm. Training p.m. average Tallahassee cookout. son U.T of England on Monday; < and son Jeff of
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at was Monday through Friday Lawtey. on Tuesday night at Mrs. Larry Norman and Friends of Mrs. Mildred Brooker. will arrive on 'Tuesday. Starke, spent two weeks with .I
7 p.m. nights from 7 to 9 p.m. i the home of Mrs. Kathy Rhonda Mrs. Ola Sta ling, Sapp regret to learn that she is Mrs. Waldo Pringle and which !Is Christopher's | their parents, Mr, and Mrs.
FAITh BAPTIST: Radio ST. JOHNS: MISSIONARY Hardee. They played two And Eddie Griffis. attended a patient In Bradford County grandchildren of Worthington birthday. Don Henley, of Jerlco Springs, .,
Program on WPXE: 8 a.m. on BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 games, after which the bride the Starling-Deal wedding in Hospital. Our prayers are Springs spent Saturday after- Mrs. Mabel Parrish and Missouri. They returned home .,
Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m. a m. Worship Services II a.m. opened her gifts. Cake punch, Tallahassee on ''Friday, with her.Friends. noon with her sister Mrs. daughter, Patricia.!: of Avon I on Saturday, Aug. 20. Their :::
Worship Services at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Second and nuts and mints were servedfor August 19th. | of Harold Euniceare Pierce Crews. Park, vlstied Mr. and Mrs. I,I i other- parents, Mr. and Mrs. :\
and Bio:: p m. Prayer Meeting Fourth Sundays. Prayer Band 'I{ refreshments. There were I happy that he was able to Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Harold Eunice on) Friday Les McClellan visited, them jon
Wednesday at 6:30:: p m. on Monday on noon. thirty-five guests present for Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Tfston return home from Bradford Thomas and Jay of Live Oak, afternoon.Mrs. : Saturday night. >
GIt.VE i l : UN: ITEI I I u S\I:\ \'ItS.IISSIOSR: \ the occasion. and family spent Sunday to County Hospital on Thursday.Mrs. spent Saturday with their Thelma Carter' of I Miss Candy Robertson of '
:MKTIIODIST: : Sunday School BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 Friday with their parents Mr. .' Nellie Wilkinson, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maxville stopped by to visit Jacksonville\ spent the '<
!I'-I:; a m. Worship Services II a m. .orshipServices 11 a.m. Miss Elizabeth Terry and Mrs. Lonnie Teston. yhile daughter, Mrs. Daisy Boch, Moore, Rick and Greg Mooreof her daughter Mrs. Wayne weekend with \Miss Billie ';3 r
u m and 7:30:: p.m. Choir and 7 pm. BTS 5M5: p.m. visited Mrs. Mildred Sapp. here they spent Wednesday and Misses Lynn and Kelli Homestead are going home Hardee and family on' Monday Doreen Wilson. -:
Practice at 7 p m. and !MYF Prayer Meeting on and Harold Eunice in Bradford with their mother and grandmother Whaley of Starke and Sue with them for a few days be- afternoon on her 'way to Those who attended the 91st ?
7 :m, p m. on Tuesday. Wednesday at 7 p.m. County Hospital on Mrs. Werdie Milton! Smith, spent the day Friday: fore returning home. They SUrke. Birthday Party honoring Mrs. '.
IIKilll.AM: BAPTIST: Monday afternoon. brother and uncle, William with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil spent a week with their grand-- Charles Starling supplied at RH. Futch. on Sunday August ''
Sunday School 10 a.m. PERSONALSMrs. : : and Lloyd Harris, of Ocoee Griffis and family, and Mrs. parents Mr. and Mrs. Moore. Johnstown Baptist Church of I 21, at Strickland's Landing on ;;
Worship\ Services Ham. and Kathy Hardee. Mrs. Mrs. Joyce Futch of Black- and their uncle and sister),_Mr. Maines Griffis and children, Sincere sympathy of the Lake Butler on Sunday. Kingsley Lake were: Mr. and :;
7 p.m. Praer Meeting Geraldine Norman. Mrs. shear. Ga.. and Starke, visited and Mrs. Sandford Stokes of Palatka. community is extended to Mr. Miss Dorothy Swanbom Mrs. Obed Pauley and Mr.and j:
XVvdnosday at 7:30: p.m. Marcie Taylor and Mrs. her cousins.Mr. and Mrs. Carl They spent Thursday at Mrs. C.E. Strickland and and Mrs. Francis Eunice and carried Mrs. Lissie Starling, f Mrs. Macel Pauley and son >
I.UUPTIST: Sunday Freda Griffis were hostessesfor Moore of Live Oak, on Crescent Beach. 1 granddaughter Miss Sarah other relatives because of the 'of Jacksonville. her daughter, Stuart. Mrs. Donna Solze.: :$:
School 10 a.m Worship a bridal shower for Miss Tuesday her sister, Mrs. C.E. Strickland, of Gainesville, death of' their mother, Mrs. Mrs. Elsie Norman and Mrs. Pauline Devore and "' '
Services llam .and 7:30:: p.m. Robin Deal of Tallahassee. Strickland and Carl Preveatt Mr.and Mrs. Vernon Teston were Friday overnight guestsof Mary Locke who passed awayon grandsons, Jim, Kenneth, and daughter Teresa, Mr. and *
I'ra>t-r meeting Wednesday at formerly of Lawtey. on of Alachua General Hospital, and family, of Little Rock, her sister Miss Elizabeth Wednesday, Kevin Norman to the Old Fortat Mrs.. David Devore and
7 :m\ p m. Tuesday night at the home of of Gainesville on Wednesday Arkansas were Thursday Terry. On Saturday they Mrs. Will Wright and St. Augustine and Marine- daughter,Angie Mr.and Mrs. *.j
visited other relatives in South daughter Cheri visted her land on Wednesday, They hada J.R. Adkins Mrs. Elnora ;*
Jacksonville. Mrs. Joyce parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl wonderful time. Privett. and Mrs.\ Alma "''
-1 HAMPTON AREA NEWSBy I Futch stopped by Miss Terry'son Etchison, of Muncie Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Norman Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
HAMPTON: ):. BAPTIST Conn. While on their trip they I her way home on Saturday while Bro. Wright attended Wilkison and Dana of McClellan Mr. and Mrs.
CIIV1U1I enjoyed camping for four days morning. Emory University In Atlanta, Jacksonville, spent.the week- Robert McClellan and Jeff.,
Revival is scheduled from Dolores Meng atStowe Mountain in Vermont Mr and Mrs. Earl Teston Ga. Weare happy to learn that end with their parents, Mr. Mrs. Ola Starling. Mr. and .
August 28 through September Phone 468.1915 with their son, Mr. and) Mrs. were Saturday and Sunday he made A's and B's. and Mrs. Donald Wilkison. \Mrs. Arlie levins, of Lenox .
4 and "ill be conducted by Dr. Edward Fontaine and' four guests of her brotherinlawand Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Mrs. Katie Smith, Martha Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph "
Hugh Ple.hampton. and Mrs. Frank Brown also Bragg. N.C. visited his wife. children. Sunsets I and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bill visited Rev; and Mrs. John and Dan Abney. and 27 others Rosier and daughter Nancy"
Christian came with Cynthia. Steven Debbie. and son Steven,.from mountain scenery were ovely Baker of Sanford.Mr. Steitz of''Rebecca, ,Ga., on from Calvary Baptist Church of Palatka. Mrs. Charley
Academy is testing this week and Laura. Mr. and Mrs. Saturday through Tuesday at and envigorating. The also and Mrs.: Glen Shuford Sunday August 14. Starke attended a Camp Rhoden and daughter and
for new students. Regular Raleigh Brannen of Bedford < the home of her parents. Mr., enjoyed a stop at ?yrtle and daughters and mother, Mrs. Gayle Todor and sons Meeting at Hendersonville. L !Mrs. Rhoden's mother of Clay ,
classes begin on August 29. Lake also attended the cele and Mrs. Charles Hicks. On Beach, S.C. Mrs. Hester Hicks, visited Brad and Scott, visited her' N.C. last.week. Billy Kelley Hill and Bobby Patterson.' "
bration. Monday they enjoyed a sight r their aunts and sister-in-law, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred was the preacher at the Blue Mr. and Mrs. John Tye. Jr.,
('flGItTUL..TlONSMr. ):. Happy Birthday to Mrs. seeing trip to Silver Springs. IIAMPTON LAKE Mrs.Leila Bradley of Johnson Moore on Saturday afternoon.Mr. .Ridge Camp Meeting. Brother and family and their mother .-
June Haddock ho celebratedon Mr. and Mrs. Joe Riddick, City Tenn., and i two aunts and Mrs. Benton Futch and Mrs. Black were over- Mrs. John Tye. Sr., visited her
and Mrs. Jose Moreira Aug. 19! Danny, Cassie and D.J. had an Beverly Meng traveled with Mrs. Myrtle Sparks and Mrs. and daughter E\e, and their seers for the Camp i Meeting. brother-in-law and sister. Mr. ;
celebrated years of Wallace Collins also exciting vacation when they Tim McLaughlin,of Miami, to Minnie Harold of Erwin mothers, Mrs. Regina Kelly Mr. and Mrs. J.F. and Mrs. Fred L Roberts of ':
married life together on celebrated his birthday on traveled to North Georgia and Pensacola on Friday where he Tenn., and spent two nights and Mrs. Joyce Futch, all of Robertson were' Sunday Jacksonville on Sunday after.
August 13. Best wishes for Aug. 19. He and Joyce were, South Carolina to shoot the participated in a Softball with their nephew and niece. Starke, attended their son and dinner guests of their noon.
many more happy years. Jose visiting their daughter, Lynn rapids of the Chattooga River, Tournament. They]' also Mr. and Mrs. Ross Broylesand grandson Steve Futch's daughter, Mrs. Edith Swinneyof Mrs. Jack Harris of State
and Anita! Knox and children Chris and the site of the filming of enjoyed swimming and'sight family, of Cherokee. graduation from Gupton Jacksonville and 'spent Farm. and Mrs. Pierce
:Mrs. T.F. Brown feels Felicia. on that day. They had Deliverance". They were seeing in the area. I I Tenn. They came back Jones College of Mortuary part of' the afternoon with Crews. were business visitors
wonderful after celebratingher taken Steven to Clinton MIss. equipped with paddles, rafts Mr. and Mrs. Francis'Meng through the Smokey Science, Atlanta Ga. The their son-in-law and daughter, to Gainesville on Tuesday.Mr. .
HHth birhday on August 20! here he has been awarded a and helmets and hiked to the visited Mr. and Mrsj Don Mountains Tenn., and spent graduation was at 10:30: a.m. \Mr and Mrs. C.K. Cowan also and \Mrs. Phil Eunice of
football scholarship. They point of takeoff.They all found Wiggins in New Smyrna some time there and also near on Friday, August 19. Mrs. of Jacksonville. Qraham. were Sunday dinner
\s Belle says each year spent several days with the experience exhilaratingand Beach last weekend. I( They Atlanta, Ga. Steve Futch arrived Atlantaon DeWayne. Janene and guests of their parents Mr,
represents! one happy note on Steven in the guest dormitoryat rode over the white water also enjoyed Sea World and A family get together was Thursday and returned Darlene Mosley. of 'Highlandwere and Mrs. Harold Eunice.
her piano of life. The kej' to the college. They enjoyed covering rocks and bouldersat dining at the Kapok Tree Inn held at the H.C. Harley home home Sunday afternoon. Sunday dinner guests of Michelle Lee of Jacksonville -
her youthfulness at this age is meeting with the football great speeds in good condi- in Clearwater. j August 6th honoring Mr. and Misses Lynn Whaley of their grandparents| Mr. and spent Sunday to
due to hard work lots of coaches and other personneland tion. Later in the week they David Meng celebrated his Mrs. Kenneth Thompson and Starke, Margaret and Cindy Mrs. Lonnie Teston. Thursday with her
walking and a keen interest in watched Steven work out took Robbm Wadsworth alongfor 24th birthday on August 20 sons, Kenny and David of Smith of Lawtey spent the Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Lock- grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
nil her family and associates. on the field while there. They an enjoyable time at with a family gathering. Buffalo, N.Y. Those who weekend with Miss Whaley's hart of Jacksonville, spent Gene Pearson.
On August 19 Mrs. Brown also visited Wallace's sister, Cypress Gardens. Cassie acquired attended were: Mr. and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs.
was joined by her children for :Mrs. Anna Gilley. in Dothan, a swivel ski which is HAMPTON ELEMENTARYSchool Clyde Starling and grandson Thomas Whaley and sisters
a family reunion. Those Ala.Mr. another challenge for her. LeRoy of Avon Park Mr. and Jana and Mindy of Tampa.Mr. .
present were :Mr. and Mrs. : and Mrs. Gerald Adkins Their family enjoys lots of Superintendent Tom Mrs. Fred Dollar of Palatka. and Mrs. Bobby Dyal
liordon Weest of Miami who enjoyed the visit of Mr. and, trick skiing on Hampton Lake. Casey visited the school on Mr. and Mrs. Willis Starling, and family of Jacksonville, pp
spent several days with her :Mrs. Otis Stephens of Palatka Mr.and Mrs. Wilfrid Aug. 22 when all teachers and David Mizell, Mrs. Nettie were Sunday dinner guests of I.
and presented her with a and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin, Fontaine are enjoying their personnel were on hand to Nolan Mrs. Joe Nolan and their parents Mr. and Mrs. 14' ,5
lovely decorated birthdaycake Richard of Ocala on August home after traveling 3000 begin a week of pre-planning..: daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Leo Dyal and Leonette.
:Mr. and !Mrs. Emory miles to visit their son, Mr. Principal Connie Clark) intro. Mizell,of Whitehouse, Mr. and Miss Christina Dobbs Pam
Brow also attended with 21.Pfc.. Michael Dale who is and Mrs. Thomas Fontaine, duced Mrs. Madeline Hendrixa Mrs. Freeman Starling and Crews and David Carter,
Kicky Reggie and Robin. !Mr with the U.S. Army in Fort and daughters in'Oxford, recent University of Florida family, of Sampson Lake went with their church.
graduate who will be teaching Mrs. Jackie Smith and son Calvary Baptist Church of
Special Education at the Craig of Auburndale. Mrs. Starke, to a camp meeting at Off
school. Mrs. Lavon Drvas; .of Mary Chesser and daughters. Hendersonville, N.C. I fast
I I Community News I ISnWHI. Starke was introduced:' the of Sanford Mrs. Elva week. While there they heard
school music Instructor.! Tom Reddish Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Evangelist Billy Kelly and Any Strawberry Flavored Product
Paladino was introduced as Massey and daughters, Mr. several more men of God.
l the school custodian.! Per- and Mrs. A. Harley and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal and
BElls By Elizabeth G. Walker 8. Thursday night Prayer sonnel returning front pre- daughters, Randell Harleyand daughter, Leonette, returned PLUS Free Strawberry Patch
Phone 964-663: Meeting 7:30.: Friday night at vious years are: Mrs. Noelle Edwin Starling.Mr. from a two weeks vacation
School hl'litanIondd! )' in 8 there will be a Talent Silk, Mrs. Jean Clark Miss and Mrs. Henry Hodgesand Thursday night. They startedby Pocket With Purchase
Bradlord/ County for teacher Wednesday nignt Senior choir Program. All members who Joyce Kuykendall Mrs. family were Sunday over- taking their mother Mrs.
pre-planning School will rehearsal at 7:30.: Thursday can and will, please donate $5 Arleen Rich, Mrs. Kathryn night guests of their sister, Neta Dyal of Starke to Of Anything Strawberry
*' lI1lor udents August 29! at night at 7-30 is Story Hour. or whatever (for the National Wigglesworth, Mrs. Ernestine Mrs. Dorothy Sweat of. Panama City to visit their
Friday the Deaconesses will Denmark, Mrs. Carole Orlando. visited sister Mrs. Ethel Ellerbee.
K 'III.1. m Parents are asked to Convention in Miami. Sunday They Disney
|>lease cooperate with school begin selling dinners from the School 10 a m. All membersare Shields and Mrs. Earselene World on Monday. They spent From there.they vent to Six
M.ilf lor the benefit of the kitchen at 11:30.: Friday at invited to attend the Zimmerman. Mrs. Maureen Monday night at home and left Flags Over Georgia then to '
Mudents Please help make H-io: pm. the Junior and, Fellowship Churches at Mt. Paul will continue as 'school for Georgia Tuesday eveningand Lookout Mountain Ruby Every .Monday & Tuesday
thlla banner cholear. Junior Usher Board will re- Moriah librarian. Mrs. Blonnie spent Tuesday night at Falls. and Rock City in
Vnur help is needed hearse. Saturday at 7:30: is Free Canaan True Church Derkman will be I again Macon. They spent Chattanooga Tenn., then to H 1OOS
Tiny Tots rehearsal. Sunday is or God in Unity: Prayer working as Cafeteria Wednesday and' part of the Greer, S.C. where they spent BEF HAMBURCER..25'FRENCHFRIS..25'
( I lit IK II nruhcu Trustee Day. Sunday School Meeting Tuesday night 7:30.: Manager assisted by- Mrs. night enjoying Six Flags Over two days visiting friends the
!9:30: a m. Morning Worship at Tarrying Service Friday night Neva Williamson. Ben Moxley Georgia. They then toured Conrad Hinson family from
\ Hope K.i p1(1st. Church: I 11 Dinner will be served 7:30.: Sunday School 10 a.m. from Starke will conduct the Tennessee Kentucky Wilmington. N.C. While there felt DQ SHAKE 25'
will observeomen's Da> 1230. Evening Worship at 6 Morning Worship at 11. Physical Education program. Virginia and North Carolina they attended the Blue Grass 'SALE .
Sumi.iN.! .ugust :2K! Sunday p.m. Evening Worship 7:30.: Teacher's aides also returningare Thursday and Friday. They Festival in which the Conrad BIT DQSUNDAI..25'
School Mi a m :Morning Mt. Zion A.M.E.! Church: Mr. Roger Rich:' Mrs.
\\orship. |II| The .speaker will Church of God: Sunday Rev. Richard Bethel, pastor. Margaret Wadsworth and
l Ill'> :Mrs. E KittIes of Lawtey School: !9-30 a m. Morning Sunday School 10 a.m. Mrs. Dolores Meng) Mrs.
Afternoon services speaker Worship 11 30. YPWW 5 pm. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Lucy Hodges is the efficient 4 e l. 'YlIlWMJ>>Ul FROZEN DAIRY DESSERt
will be Princes N'eoma of Evening Worship at 6:30.: Afternoon Worship 4 p.m. The secretary again working I at 4 0
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.irksonville( Everyone: is :\eUethel Baptist public is invited. the school. :? 70 CAlORIES THAT TASTE une MILLION
united! to attend It will not be Church: Prayer Meeting and Greater Allen Chapel School hours are scheduled WELL DRILLING ..
ii "Ul'l'eoslthout \ou :Mrs. Bible Class Wednesday night A.M.E.: : Church : Prayer from 8:30: a m. until 3 p.m. c: STRAWBERRYCHOCOLATE
Margaret: \Diggs is the at 7 30. Sunday school 9:30: Meeting and Class Meeting The school day was originally .I Sales & Service ''IiDrilhIng4tol6"
I'luirman am. :Morning Worship at 11 Tuesday night 7:30.: Sunday scheduled to end at 2:30p.m.. *
Jioil'i, Mirai-le Church: a m All members are askedto School 10 a.m. Morning but since buses will not' be arriving -. 3 VANILLA
Sund.is School Id a.m. attend the Fellowship of Worship at 11 with the Young to pick up the students; "If it don't flow you don't owe." p 6-PACKS
:Morning Worship at IIExcmng hurches :J p m. Itbtnl'ler i Adults in charge. All until 3 p.m., the school day.I Residential, Commercial, .Horn. and Farm Irrigation PINTS
h: Worship 7 :3D Pra er members are asked to attendthe was lengthened to compensate. .
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Kind :\Il't'tmgIonday: 7:30: : Baptist Church: Fellowship of Churches 3 for this. CUPS
|I' m Thursday night l'raer Bible Class Tuesday night at pm. Kindergarten will begin at MOBILE HOME
:Meeting ;'::111 Friday night 8:30: a.m. and end at 1:30: p.m. ,, so C... .'ap
Bible Study ;-::111.( Sunday 5:30:: ) Florida School lunches are priced at UTILITY HOOK-UP
Folk
p in IIYPi' Festival Set 40 cents with staff paying 85 WATER WELL
I'lcitsanl' ii'OMChurch, cents. : _
:\ l't t lirst! and second: The Florida Folk Festivalwill case Visitors 1l have the Principal Clark explainedthat SEPTIC TANK ELECTRICAL Breakfast For Every Taste
:Moml.iy IIIght Young Adult celebrate its silver anni opportunity to sample foods since 7th grade will: be '.ONE CALL WILL DO IT.ALL
Choir rehearsal 7'30 Tuesday \ersary with the Labor Day from age-old recipes which taught at the school this year, We Served Daily From 6 A.M. to 11 A.M
night 7 p m. Jr Choir re week-end activities at the! have been handed down it will be necessary to have use All equipment Licensed. Eggs Hams [Bacon Sausage Hashbrowns
hearsal.ednesday night Stephen t'osterIemorial: through the years. class combinations in grades 2 Sla: Rte, pumps radio dispatched bonded & insured ,

l'ra\er :Meeting 730.: Center at White Springs.The Admission to the 250-acre through 6, as no additional 24 HOUR SERVICE FREE ESTIMATE Grits! & Buttermilk Biscuits
event instituted :Memorial teacher has been assigned to
Thursday night Bible Study 7 m 1953as Center will\ be
Sunday School 10 a m. a local event has grown to adults. S3 tall day) and the school. j /37280311r1
1375-7272
:\ :Moriah :Methodist 1 national prominence enabling children under 13 will be Applications are still being WE
thousands of for students. I trt.. **. '1M. | Starks
Church: Prayer :Meeting people to relive charged St accepted new DAYS Li1TS '
Tuesd.iv night 7:30.:: Sunday see and experience life as it' The :Memorial Center is Kindergartners .re requiredto COUICIIff HAVE .
NhoolJlUa! :: m Fellowship( was in pioneer Florida. located at White Springs. on have birth certificates, f9' 964.7478
Churches :3pm All members Ox-drawn cart rides. toy ISIt.. 12 miles north of Lake immunizations and (health : No Answer, Call 376-0255 IT ALL!
are asked to be present. Choir makers and artisans talentedin City and three miles east of I75 I- records. School will officiallyopen _ 1401 N. Tempi Ave
No I w ill appear at Ebenezer various crafts will be on Aug. 29 at 8:30: a.m.
Baptist Church Friday night leatured :Modern folk music Florida law prohibits ,
on a Talent Program und folk music of the past w ill\ animals drugs and alcohol on .-iu-r_ -ia..j1.fLJir .. & -- -.
The First Born Church: be part of the three day show- the premises of the Center. .,
Tuesday. night 7T> Praer .our. A73-3775

Services Friday night 7 43 John Brown4- _ _
Tarrying Services Sunday HOW TO LOSE WEIGHT
School 10 ;!111 a m. :Morning AND KEEPON LAUGHINGIts *
Worship 11 :30. Women in
\\hi te celebration will be heldon tasy to maintain your .n.e of humor when you're
Sunday. August 28. at 3 quickly dropping unwanted pounds inches and... (
pm This special program is Experiencing no Maintaining
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being sponsored by hunger pangstaking energy & vitality
:Missionary Barbara Cohens. no drugs No meeting
Come and enjoy this occasion eating meats and total nutrition
with us. Y P.C.W. at 6 p.m. salads No
monthly due
Evening: Worship 7:45.: Drinking milkshakes A Saving
eating regular foods
r :Macedonia Freewill food substantially bills on 0ffif0flf'V I !
Baptist Church: Wednesday
night Prayer Meeting and '
Maybe It* time you discovered why thousand art
Bible Class 7:30.: Sunday
School 10 a.m. laughing all the way to tile regular site rack. 1
Morning
They've lost up to 30 pound In the first month and ?
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Worship 11:30.: Evening
that's no |oke. What more they haven't suffered doing .
invited.Worship 730.: The public is It. j

Greater Bethlehem Wouldn't that be worth j,looking into .-., II ; :

Freewill Baptist Church: Corrlne Thleman t _
Monday night in each week is R'.2f Box 464T '

cleanup night. Tuesday night Meliw. Fl. :MMe : ; "" .;
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