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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Bradford County school employees 'received'a "back to ... 1\\
school" raise coinciding with the opening day of classes in the "I
county when the board,In a special session Monday night, August 1'i
taN t' 29, approved raises for everyone. !

Raises for the 410 county employees will add i E II M
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the budget, according ,to business manager Eddie I ,

Two hundred and fifty teachers were recipients
contract for a $500 year across the board pay I
ments of $100 for each year's experience for
teachers and $200 for continuing contract teachers .1
more per employee for insurance and three paid
School year. The raise amounts to about a $2.55 a ))1

dayS .
a year ,
School l board approval came added "I can't .
after the teachers ratified the offer a year's .I
contract 187 to 17 August 24, relented after ,
:Voting in each school center. same provision \
'The teachers. had priginally ,years temporary ; I

is a2fll /1 ,asked for a nine percent; raise; adopted by the ,
.. .
.. ._ _._- -... <- -- according to chief negotiatorfor absence of.a

These Starke Elementary school students' were all aet for the Jumping off the bus Is Barney Colllngsworth, followed by the board Eddie Douglas, Board ,,!
II opening day. of school with their book satchels Monday August Dean Padgett and Laurie Griffin. Principal Richard Jockel which would amount to in- learned the I
29. reported the first day was "very smooth" for the 616 students. creases ranging from $738 fora package must be
new teacher up to $1,143 forth be forced I I
highest paid teacher negotiations.
Under the, new ,contract the other \
II Schools Report Smooth Opening .starting salaries for beginning agreeing he
teachers was upped from reserved the
.a.: ... '-" $8.200 to 8700. At the top of sabbatical

"School'' Days, SchoolDays present: K, 91flrst; 103; wasK, 96; first, 114;, second, first day,just a fraction above i the pay scale! teachers! place will dividuals who '
," the familiar chant of second, 108; third, 98; fourth, 76; third 92; fourth, 98; fifth, the projected enrollment.. receive $12,700 in set. must board.get final. f
105 fifth 105 and six 96 and 10 education. .$12,200 previously the I'I
generations of school children ; special special '
Duncan said the seventh the board came Mrs. Pat, > ,
could almost be heard as over education. grade will be in its regular unanimously, after chairman responded it
3,700 students trooped back to Southside principal Dewey classroom by October 1 and 'voiced Intention of the .J
his
Arthur Gaskina
With number of
Bradford County schools McKinney said the first day quite a new I
Monday, August 29. was "a very good day" with students in the school will ease any overcrowdingthat objection to including..pay for reject'a ;, :
might occur. Enrollment* sabbatical leave.. Gaskins :there "
582 Attendance' is Law Elementaryprincipal
ley
Throughout the the county it I expected present.to increase to the 622 Jim Duncan said the K. 45; first, 48? a combined:. ,71 hove thoroughly'read it, members on the {
was reported day .
nwent first went fine". first and second.23; second, anc and could vote On hand for"
exceptionally". "Only on the roll after Labor Day, day "just approve
said McKinney. Duncan said of 342 on the roll 26; third, 52;: fourth,. 32; a. for'*-it (the contract) 'with one signing were!

p. .such minor.as hitches'.the afternoon.. were_noted I' bus">'F;"'rEnrollment: 'S vrhslde' "325: were in attendance the ', ',Page) >* .' : :;1'Et- -+-rAUoR. ..'k..taft. .'!.&..r'tipuel, ,..I.i Education spokesperson: : : J

schedule
experiencing a Julia T. .
downpour in Starke at the

arrived same time at school.as the buses Disgruntled Property Owners BEA Clarke president
BEA VP

"It was a very good day tha- treasurer :
smoothest have ever seen and secretary
until the ram, then a pure The all-lady
/shambles" Starke Launch Tax Increase'Protesttx : negotiating i
Elementary principal the all-men 4)E ;
Richard Jockel said with a big negotiators.
grin on his face and an expressed the
exageratted of The county's proposed $2.2 wanted to get
gesture ,
throwing his hands million budget for fiscal 1977- completed i)
up.
78 remained a bone of conten- the school year '

Jockel said he had forgottenhow tion this week as disgruntled they made
much fun there was in an property owners launched get this !i
their second attack within '"
elementary school and was Last year, '
surprised how easily everyone seven days in a so-called '.: negotiations |'i
settled down to their work by "taxpayers revolt" against a settled after a $
':30 of the first day. The 57 percent millage increase.A the teachers in <

principal praised all the telephone campaign/: was .> Those
students with the smooth day in progress early this week ., about four
/Ii"
and lunch period "withouteven and CB. radio "good bud- : u 1 school year
one tray dropped." dies"were using the airwavesto master had to
Starke Elementary began urge dissidents to attend the The settlement r
the first day with 61S students second and final hearing held + yam January, and the '
made
Wednesday, Sept. 1. & t? ". I
December 13.

m t damn Erirr!! Revenue The State and State Department legislators of t,. .... ." ,' same decision pay gave raise the 'I'I

"who pass laws letting too board had

Tallahassee much power be bureaucrats"emerged relegated to .: .. beginning.Last year's .1')"

as joint whipping- t,
1 what also began I
JlFriday boys at a sometimes torrid ....'"' ... \.. heated look at '
the .. .,
.first-hearing on proposed ,
A 2.75.mill tax increase Wednesday ., member Vernon ; f.
.
1 night, August 24 who in this

County Commissioners, .... .. .. ..... provided the 3.2 1 ,
Stpt. 2 under fire from a group of -.llfl. "' '...'... .- ,,- with Spengler
-I. ;;". the board
said
some 125 irate property ..... i.;".;.
SIr'tlplratlon7130p.m. owners, expressed sympathyand ; a7 j'. mislead last
| willingness to "join in the : i ... .. t. ?:,. about the ,
,United Pentecostal Church fight" against the concentration : : 'i* being 11 percent I
the actual 17
204 N, Waters 5'., of power over county ,

affairs in Tallahassee, but "We aren't going to pay higher taxes" said Merritt Williams, ion >ve, as he launched an attacK Douglas Business told the
stood their ground In maintaining -
the Increased officials and predicted a taxI|>ayers revolt at the August 24
Monday,Sept. S they had no control budgets 9f county had not been lied
over the "constitutional of county tax increase: hearing.: cost of the '

Labor Day Holiday fices" of County Tax Appraiser "We've tightened our belts until we can't tighten them any mor. e," Williams added "It's time for the :
-. and County Tax for the courthouse people to start tightening theirs too." said the
Elks a Elk.tts Collector in budgetary tape to be
I
Starke Lodge 1102Dinner matters. anticipated revenues rather reduction you're talking about : inspecting all structures in the Mrs. Spengler II
than raise the tax levy. we would have to cut out some county residential and motion for the I
M 7 p.m.. "Their budgets are for- Chairman Roberts said the major services such as the commercial, to. pick up errors'I .$630 annually ..1
ip.m.Tuesday warded to Tallahassee to the Commission wasn't given any emergency rescue unit, which In previous assessments, J
;': Department of Revenue for credit for "holding the line requires a one mill levy." and making changes either (See Page \I
with increase additions deletions that are: $10,000 for a fence aroundthe
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approval, Commission no millage since On a question by Williams or
,Stpt. Chairman George Roberts 1972, and probably would have some of the group indicated could raise or lower the appraisal BHS athletic field $40.000
said. "In the case of the escaped criticism "if we had they would be willing to give ;Alvarez said that August :RainfallAverages for covered walkways; $18,000for -
Starke Council Property Appraiser, the board been raising it a little every up some services rather than. ,., state law requires every construction: of additions.
7p.mLaw1. ., could appeal if it disapprovedof year. But we put it off as longas pay. higher taxes, parcel in the county to be re- ,1O.6 InchesAlmost at Lawtey and Brooker or "<'If j
his budget but the DOR we could, dipping into our inspected every three years.) Hampton; $15,000 safety to life ,
., Council "We're asking you to say no equipment; $15,000 for supplies Ii
would overruleus reserve hoping to replace it
7:30p.m. undoubtedly to all these salary increases," When 'the' number of employees daily showers plus heavy rains Aug. 19-21 pushed ; $10,000 site addition at .?f
,for they have repeatedly with revenue increases which rainfall four inches above the of .
72
6
50-
Williams said. "What's wrong In the Tax Collector's August year average Brooker; $6,000 repayment to \
Raiford recommended that "this office didn't materialize. with saying we're going to pay office- came under fire inches to 10.6 Inches this month. CUBB for RJE fire; $7.500 for ; I.
,7:10Thursday employ more help. Roberts Merritt Williams, Starke the same salaries as last' Roberts said. ."The Tax Heaviest rainfall in the county was at Lawtey where the Louis health care. Bradford County :I.,
.- pointed out that the TaxCollector's insurance agent who said he year? They're already overpaid Collector is an elected official I Hill Tower recorded 12 inches for the month. During the three Health Department; $17,000 i
office operates was serving as" "spokesmanfor Lots of courthouse like us.We can't tell Mr. Kelly days of heavy rainfall Lawtey has 1.1 inches on the 19th 16 re-roofing the administration )1:,;;,!
under the fee system and Is his peers. launched an secretaries he work inches on the 20th and 2.7 Inches on the 21st. '.
Sept. I are drawing more how many people can building; $8,733 seating in I 1
attack "the increased
allowed a percentage of taxes on of now than those doing the same in his office,:or" what he can New River Tower on SR-IPO west of Starke at Forest Service BMS gym; $6,500 for a 3.4 ton i
collected tobe used budgets county officials
and fees in recorded 9.3 inches for the month On the same
Lawtey Little League work in private business. pay them.His office is on a fee headquarters van; $10,000 for maintenance .
Association operating the office entirely at and predicted a taxpayers Vernie Odom. Stark system. prescribed by the three days of heavy rainfall the Santa Fe Tower. recorded 10 supplies; $45,000 for three \
the discretion of the Collector.The revolt "We aren't going to _
: and 1.0. .
Inches 1.1.
7p.m. legislature board has no buses; and $8,200 for a key :.
higher taxes, he said."We've realtor' asked, "What's the .'
At School fiscal budget pay in the control over his budget"Williams The:Santa: Fe Tower,on US-301 at Hampton Lake, recorded punch machine. ,
new year new employee PropertyApDralser' I
tightened our belts total of 10.6 Inches of rainfall for August 1977. During the three .
shows anticipated Increase office to
an going said "I think days of heavy rains the Santa Fe tower recorded 1.' inches, .9
until we can't tighten them The board received three
in general fund '
c-Aihe of .$111.600 ".
001"No there are too many employeesin inches and 1.7 inches. ..
more, Williams added, bids on paving at five sites II
a any. answered the
expenditures. requiring one these offices. We want a recorded 9.0inches of rainfall for" the month of
+ BUndlng \
I m (Qommunttototr millage Increase of 1.105 in "It's time for the courthouse question.Property. Camp thatwaubouU35oooovertbe' .,
.Remainder people to start tighteningtheir's working clerk; tax appraiser, August.It rained more than on.Inch on one day In August In the expected $52,000 cost School '
Bunk this department. ( Appraiser. and tax collector: who will putIn ,the 2lst.There was no recorded on 11 days in August I
01 the Increase (1.MS mills) too. Jimmy Alvarez told the Tele, 40 hours week and rid camp rain architect Craig Salley said he .
Roberts said "If we a get In the camp would confer with the "r .
contra \
the "
would to suppplement the "
go graph Tuesday that newman ,
the He
,, A.-wr.r4. ..... u.', county's reserve fund which eliminated. pay r.IIeS.1t Randy .Jones,: who of unneccessary'The! help. of Average temperature recorded in the camp during August ctors about the high bids and
''T.i .taps W was tapped for $250.000-this would reduce the .levy.only reports to> work September charged- ,".... Department. ,. was 91.1 degrees?, the average low temperature ,was 6894 then make a recommetld: t1Oft.) ?'I,
...... : }
t>s-r t..r cse 5'1 degrees.The thermometer topped 100 degrees C One>> day, Aug. 15.
Kind "
year to make up a shortage in half) a mill.To give the of 'wtU'!spend. his full time See.' Pale...,U., ; *. I to the school board., ) !
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!*:2: TELEGRAPH Septemberl,1977



r : _. To Homemakers Resume 8 64.id--@i77 Mw !

i I' Meetings Sept : 1f


The Bradford .
-N ., County ,)ocie/y .,
l Homemaker's Club will meet w+ .r.r---" w w.
Thursday, Sept. 8, at 10 a.m.

US-301NT in the Agriculture Building on Connie Chasteen And Carl Riherd ------.1

Mrs. Clarice Stephens will

demonstrations present a program on(roll-on Artez Repeat Vows Aug. 20 At First Baptist

decorating).
The Bradford County r Miss Loretta Constance
o' Homemakers club is a groupof Chasteen, daughter of Mr. and
homemakers in the com- Mrs. Jim Chasteen of Miami,
munity that meets monthly i 1 and Carl Doke Riherd, son of
rT4 Sept. May to exchange ;/ Mrs. R.M. Riherd and the late
ideas, learn new skills and is i Mr. Riherd of Starke, were
t"
open to anyone who would like y'1t united in marriage Saturday,
to attend. August 20, at 8 p.m. in the
First Baptist Church, Starke.

""' ....- '-- Mrs. Prevatt Sr Dr. M. Chandler Stith, uncleof
? !the bride, performed the

'f Mrs. Creed Honored by RotaryA Surprised With nuptials.

Centering the altar was an

plaque bearing the Rotary emblem and the Inscription "To Birthday Party; 9.t' arrangement of white gladioli, "...
Inez Green for Service Above Self"was presented to Mrs.Greenat pompoms and baby's breath
.
I the Starke Rotary Club meeting last week by Freeman Mr.'and Mrs J.G.: Adklns of and pink and white rubrum )'ti:4,!: :..
Register III,past president. Mrs.Green has served as pianist at Hampton entertained at a sur- ( lillies. On either side were two PNr I
., the club for more than 20 years.At right is Rev. George Harper, prise birthday party Sunday sunburst arrangements of the
club president afternoon at their home for same flowers. In the back-
their daughter Mrs. E.M. ground was an arch of light .
Prevatt, Sr. of Starke. .f qn ,+ candelabra with fern and two '
'Shower For Mrs. F .-
Saturday PhillipsMrs. The refreshment table was .. stairway-lo-the-sky candel- ..
covered with a heirloom : -;,!". .; ,'I'.0-'' abras with burning tapers. .-
.Fred Phillips of Starkewas lighted the table. crocheted cloth over blue liner N'I .-;.-' ... Throughout the setting were ..... :';, .,
honored at a baby shower Hostesses Lydia Sellers and and centered with a large fern trees along with fern '
Saturday, August 29, at the Evelyn Simmons greeted sheet cake decorated with ; Mr and Mrs. William Crosby balls.\ r r': ,"
home of Mrs. Gene Sellers of guests at the door. yellow roses,green leaves and i' .
Starke. The honoree received many yellow birthday candles. Mrs. Cynthia Hamilton And 1 William Crosby Presenting a program of .' ;-.-: '. .
Centering the refreshmenttable useful gifts from those at J.W. Prevatt and Mrs. E.M. nuptial music were Mrs. ; : ..,-
was a yellow and white tendmg.'E Prevatt, Jr. served the cake. Wed July 3O In Gainesville; George Canova, Miss Cindy U'; .:.;. .. ..
cake decorated with a baby in Assisting in serving were Canova and William McRae, --.......f. r '
a. cradle made by !Mrs. Mrs. Calvin Richard of Ocala Miss Cynthia D. Hamiltonand gowns with waist length organist, pianist and soloist. .. ; ,
?r. Phillip's mother. An arrange Archie Green of Miami will and Mrs. Joel Smith of William W. Crosby were chiffon cape. They wore a Greg Hi herd attended his /. I'- ', .
ment of yellow and white visit his mother, Mrs. L.J. Jacksonville. united in marriage July 30 at 6 brother as best man. Ushers 1t "" -- I'
summer flowers also high Green,! over the long weekend. Among the 33 attendingthose p.m. in the University Avenue yellow! bow in their hair and wereJ. Roy Chasteen brotherof 4. ;
: veil and carried and .. ,
yellow ,
from out-of-town were: Church of Christ in Gainesville the bride; Kerry Doke, Pat ., t'f
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sparksand with Larry Cline per. white daisy and baby's breath Crews, Robert Much, Lavren ,
son David, and Mr. and forming the nuptials. nosegays. Smith and Kent Graudons. \
Mrs. Ernest Edwards.of Michelle Nutt was flower Miss Chasteen chose her
'ilU(3( ( DCJ( J '4i4 EpOD(! Brooker; Mr. and Mrs. J.W Mf.The and bride Mrs.is the N B.daughter Hamiltonof of girl ringbearer.The and Stanley. Harrell was sister Miss Tina 'Lea
Prevatt of Gainesville; A.L. Gainesville is the granddaughter Chasteen. as her maid of
"STARKE'S OWN BAKERY" Hunt and Mr.and Mrs. Joel R. of Mrs. H.II, bride, given in honor. Bridal attendants were ""
Smith Sr. and family of and marriage by her father worea Pat Kuoping, Vicky Turner, ,
0 138 East Call. St. Starke 964.5890SPECIALS Hamilton of Starke nieceof
Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and !Mrs 'Lynn princess style white satin Carol Bloodworth, Pam Doke,
75 P.L. Morris, Jr and grand- Hamilton of Starke. gown with white chantilly lace I Debbie Spengler and Diane
bodice and front) ,
daughter, Carle Morris of panel Milch. They were gowned
is the of Mr.
The groom son .
Macclenny; Mr. and Mrs. C.L. and Mrs. E.H. Crosby of trimmed with seed pearls and alike in mint green, halter 's y 1. "
THIS WEEK Smith Jr. of Miami; Mr and I Hawthorne. had a white chantilly lace gowns of moonglow material "\
; Mrs. Calvin Richard and The altar train. She wore an elbow with matching chiffon Jackets.
highlightedwith
was
white bridal net veil
daughter of Ocala; E.M. length They carried cascade
BROWNIES DONUT ECLAIRS Prevatt, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. daisies an and carnations arrangement againsta of and carried a white daisy andbaby's bouquets of rubrum fillies Mr and Mrs.. Carl Riherd I
breath .
E.M. Prevatt, Jr. and son background of branched nosegay.A accented with pothos foliage,
c C Mrs. Lill Ayre and daughters candelabras. reception was held in the jade foliage and greenery.The rubrum lillies pompoms and 11, graduating with high
13 18 and Mr.and Mrs. church Fellowship Hall where bride in breath.
Guy Padgett Susan Farner and !Mark given baby's! Cutting the honors.
each each Maurice Edwards of Starke. Hudson the ushers greeted the guestsat marriage by her father, worea cake were Mrs. Vernon Silcox Mr. Riherd was also a 1973
nuptial presented music. a programof the door and Lynn Nutt!kept. white silk organza gown and Mrs. Janet Turner. graduate of Bradford High
45 Bud Crosby attended as best the bride's book. with a scoop neckline, capped The food table was centered School. He received his
BUTTERKRUST BREAD Ushers Bert The bride's table was sleeves and bodice entirely with a five-branch candelabra Bachelor of Building Con
Laura and Beth Goldwire of man. Kevin were Hamilton, centered with a candelabra appliqued with Venice lace. arrangement of rubrum struction on June II,
Crosby.
Ocala spent the weekend with decorated with yellow and The eleven yard circular skirt lillies, baby's breath ad graduating with honors. He is
Mon Sat Until 5 P.M. Closed Labor their Mr. and Charles Floyd and Handy white daisies. Folsom
Open Day grandparents Keffner. Jay cut fell from a bias natural waist- pompoms accented with working for Columbia County
Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire. Cathy Hamilton attended as the wedding cake and line. The chapel length train springer! and pink satin bows. in Lake City.
maid of honor. She wore a Jeanette Hamilton and Diana was edged with four-inch wide The punch table held silver
lemon yellow backless Floyd presided at the punch Venice lace ending in a punch bowls encircled with
evening gown with chiffon bowl. Louise Harrell assistedin scalloped\ effect. The huge springer!, pink carnations, FLORIDA
Denmark Furniture Company floor length She serving. skirt was over-all appliqued. pompoms and baby's breath.
cape. wore a i I-
Following a wedding trip to
yellow bow 'in her hair and Her matching mantilla. was Assisting in serving and THEATREStarke
carried .a yellow daisy ands III South Florida the couple is fingerlength and repeated the caring for the guests were
breath Y residing in Fairbanks.The flower Venice lace. She 'Mrs. C.N. Christy, Mrs. Jim 964.5451
baby's
s SEPTEMBER SALE Attendants nosegay. bride and groom'' are carried a cascade of white Bloodworth Mrs. Ben
were Lynnette
I
Hamilton, Sandra Johnson, both graduates of Eastside roses, stephanotis and pothos Moxley, Mrs. L.F. Dinkins, HELD OVER
Nancy Fox and Penny High School in Gainesville. and jade foliage. Mrs.A. Russell Norman,Mrs.
Vachon. They wore lemon r A reception was held in the Lavern Outlaw, Mrs. J.D. For 2nd Week
yellow backless evening Woman's Club of Starke Warren, Mrs. W.B. Mundy, Fri Thru Thurs.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim where Mrs. H.M. Richardeand Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mrs.J.E.
TRAVEL ADVENTURE McLendon and children of Mrs. Charles Darby Hardy, Mrs. Levy Canova,
Blowing Rock N.C. are greeted the guests at the door Mrs. Joan Chitty Mrs. Clyde
EDUCATIONSee spending three weeks with his Miss Anne Haynes kept the Sinclair, Mrs. T.H. Slade AA.ct.
bride's book. Mrs. Herbert Rltch, Miss
Chief Kelly US Navy parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.P.
McLendon. Tommy The bride's table was Lillian Stump, Miss Della
t'u'i Recruiting Station Starke McLendon of Tallahassee covered with a white alecon Rosenberg, Mrs. A.Y Covington ..wenr --... ..... ..uaxp
Monday 10 A.M. Til 2 P.M. the family over the lace cloth over a pink liner Mrs. H.H. Adams, Mrs. =---
Bradford Square 2.''r0.1/1/,', joined weekend. and had a white flounce tq the S.G. Denmark and Mrs. V.J. [ ., "'.,=::?-.....:;:' .m.,
floor. The table was draped Spengler
with a springer! garland Following a wedding trip to
accended with pink satin the Florida Keys the couple is
,1f' e bows.Centering the table wasa residing in Lake City. 301 DRIVE IN
T ill e four tiered wedding cake' Miss Chasteen was
r >1k3 1M / topped with rubrum Miles, valedictorian of the class of Fri & Sat.
I a
f white roses and baby's breath. 1973 at Bradford High School.
Flanking the cake were two ,She received her Bachelor of
a candelabra arrangements ,of Sciences in Agriculture June RONNOWARD


N II II'c': l t'R. tl zc p4y Joyce Riherd- '' .;Hostess-- !-r :* At- 4 D

4a'' 10 Off Rehearsal Dinner ..

Flavored Product Miss Connie Chasteen and and Mrs. M.C. Stith of Salt
Any Strawberry fiance Carl Riherd were Springs, Mr. and Mrs. J.R.
rlsr. honored at a dinner party Chasteen, Sr. of Lake Geneva, 1
Free Strawberry Patch Friday, August 19, at the Mrs. Louis Kleiman and son,
PLUS Starke Golf and Country Club Louis, of Vienna Va., Mr. and
Pocket With Purchase following their wedding Mrs. Grady Hilley and Mr.
rehearsal, given by his and Mrs. Tom Rueping of
mother, Mrs. Joyce Riherd. Dalton, Ga. and Mrs. C.A. new WOULD' RCTLIeLETROcoLOR
Off [1PGiPLUS GD
Anything Strawberry The tables were covered Doke of Alachua. ;<
with white cloths accented
with white streamers of Ann Allen
,r v greenery interspersed with

HApp'I,1))i Yr. Every Monday ft Tuesday white pompoms.table The held honoredcouple's an Shower HonoreeMiss Jackie Terence GleasonIn Hill

arrangement of pink carna-
% Ann Allen, Nov. 5
: tions, white gladioli and
bride-elect, was honored at a
B EE r HANBURCER..25. baby's breath. The Nice
1 shower last
lingerie Thursday
!I at Miss Chasteen and \Mr.
FRENCH FRIES......J5' Riherd presented their attendants night given by Mrs. Eddie
Guys Finish
Douglas and
WORLDS daugher,
tWo I -/ALE I GREATEST DQ SHAKE........25' Out-of town with guests personal were gifts.Dr. The refreshment table Gayle.was First ForAChdnge
DQ SUNDAE. s'FROZENDAIRYDESSERT covered with a white polyester
BIT .
cutwork cloth and centered
t DUPLICATE BRIDGE with an upside-down yellow
,111 CUB RESULTSMrs. picture hat filled with an MR.BIULIOIV
a arrangement of dried fall .
R.A. Green and Mrs. flowers in the fall shades. .
C.B. Terwillegar were the Games with prizes and
ro CALORIES THATTASTE LIKE AMILLION
winning couple at Duplicate refreshments were enjoyed by "
STRAWBERRYCHOCOLATE Bridge Tuesday night. Mrs. the 25 guests which Included IPO) COLOR iiV'
S.W. Hamilton and !Mrs. F. J. Mrs. R.E. Allen, Jr.. motherof CD DE LUXE( LtIIIIJ
sw\ were second. the honoree; Mrs. W.C.
VANILLA were Marie Dentgand Rhoden mother of the
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\\'I mm bare i Mle, "llh..I.i ,,. Mlciliini'' of Iii. /(-!Roi -iil I hncl< lor iiiinioli.iiciKliii 6-PACKS Rhea Johnson and Jeff prospective groom, and Mrs. '
Wrenshall and Eva Emma McCallum of Gaines Sun. Mon
\ Si ii .mil ilioiftc om |iM' ti i"c! bur \otir dome Ititi nl .ill. ihcViv on '
..dl. ,.. inn '.lit'Sale PINTS Mathewson. ville, grandmother of the Yvette Mlmleux
CUPS honoree.
r r "" '
The hostesses presented In

priced as> low asSaveUpTo$79. . . . .. . . . S 1 7900 ro c><..".> Miss Allen with a floor length
e.. ii n ot eat Mrs.: J.M. Edwards, Sr of pink gown as a memento of
Starke and daughter Mrs. the occasion.
t J.M. High and children of
Breakfast For Every Taste Jacksonville, have returned THE BRADFORD
from ten days vacation in the
11\: fact You Can Do Better At p!1, Served Daily Front 0, A.M.: to 11 A.M Smoky Mountains, Publlahed COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Eggs, Ham, Bacon, Sausage', Hashbrowns, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert at 138 W.every Call Thursday Street

Grits & Bntttrmilk Biscuits Goldwire have returned from Starke.Florida 32091

two weeks trip to Toledo, Ohio Second Clan
where they took their grand- postage paid
tSlarke A NEW WORLD
PICTURE
'WE- sons Hal Greg and Ryan back ,FloridaSubscription
W4i'ThVI [ ,
tQ 7ftjfl to their home after' two Rates -METROCO OR
HAVE Dai months visit here. :
: i itat n 964-7478 Enroute In trade
area:n per
they visited Six Flags Over
IT ALL! Queen Georgia Stone Mountain. year; M ass! month PLUS"Cry
: .('IIII lreet 1401 N. Tempi Ave Cherokee, N.C. and points of
'v Plume, 94, ; $ I interest. \ Outside trade area M '
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Julie hazer And Gregory Padgett Carrie Edwards Marks 85th Birthday In August 28 Observance. '-'il''

I ,-........ ,. .., ,,,,,,, .. _.
Wed August 16 In Folks ton, Ga. employed. """ :c '"::r' !!:!I""'"'" '"1''" "" "n :m."",;"", '=->J<'''''''''For"' i is3f1"
Mrs. Carrie Dean Edwards, ,
who was 85 years old on Mrs: Edwards married the :
Julie Catherine Hazen of late Doc) Edwards, Jr. .
August 30, celebrated her Lacy ( -- .
Starke daughter!; of Mr. and birthday at a party August 28 on June 18, 1928 They hailthree [ __ t .-..- t, if
Mrs. Harley L. (Johnny) given by her family and children, Bobby Edwards
Hazen of Keystone Heights, friends at the home of her Mildred Tetstone and *
and Gregory Allen Padgett, daughter, Mrs. Mildred E,' Tommy Edwards, all of .
son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Tetstone, on Westmorelandstreet. Starke. Among the childrenare I
M Padgett ,Sr. of Starke, 12 grandchildren and nine
were united in marriage greatgrandchildren.Mrs. .
Mrs. Joy Tetstone greetedthe
August 16 at 1:30: p.m. in the guests at the door and also Edwards was well
Charlton County Courthousein kept the guest book. = r known in Bradford County as
Folkston, Ga. with The refreshment table was a political worker for Sen.
Honorable J. .
S Haddock
the per covered with a avocado lace r r Charley E. Johns and Rep.
forming nuptials cloth. Serving cake was Mrs. Inman.
George
Everett M. I
(Marty) Kathy Sweat and Miss Cindy During WWII, she rented
Jr. I
Padgett attended
his 44
Tetstone. Presiding at the 0r
brother as best man punch bowls were Mrs. Nicki) f
Miss Vickie Hazen, sister of
I Tetstone, Mrs. June Edwardsand
,
__ .
the bride was maid of honor. Mrs. Norma Jean Tet- .I -we. ,"!:;y1a" oIo.-.1\:1I d
She wore a street length dress
with empire waist and scoop Carrie Edwards 85th birthday celebration August 28, 1977.

neck with teardrop attachedand

bow of pine green. IHITCi stone..
Amy Jones niece of the Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Approximately 80 guests Mrs. Edwards Will Be
Padgett
'groom was flower girl. attended between the hours of Remembered:
The bride wore a white 2 and 6pmOutoftown. Mrs. Carrie Dean Edwards
street length crinkled gauze guests were;: came to Bradford County r -
sun dress with gathered Pam Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, from Jonesboro Ark, in the r ., .PAST tT'norm .,? __..,.-. .
bodice and thin straps and a Mr. and Mrs. Willie Buick, Mr. early 1920's with Mr. and Mrs. 57 Years Later ,
matching coat with long Shower- HonoreeMiss Ed Blick and son, William. I
and all of
w, Mrs. Ralph Milsap,
'
r celebration
aYd,; Carrie Edwards with William flick at birthda
sleeves and trimmed with Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. She was a nurse and housekeeper
lace. She wore a teardrop Pam Chapman, whose Harry Edwards and Mr. and for Mrs. Blick, who August 28. 1977.
birthstone necklace and marriage to Michael Gaskins Mrs. Bob Austin and Kim of died in 1924.Meanwhile.
carried a nosegay of summer will bean event of Sept.9, was Jacksonville; Mrs. Herbert Mrs. Edwards rooms in her home which was county
flowers in rainbow colors with honored at a china and crystal Hildreth and daughters and owned and managed a Gulf then located on N. Water
baby's breath and streamers.A shower August 23 given by Mrs. Louie L. Wainwright of Gas station where Garden street to soldiers and their Mrs. Edwards bought her
reception was held at the Mrs. Lamar Williams and Kingsley Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Liquors is located today on wives and also spent a great first car in the 1920's from I
home of David and Janice Mrs. Charles Blalock at the Leo Edwards of Fernandina, US-301 deal of time helping soldiers One Wiggins.which was the
Jones Janice Jones sister of home of the latter of West Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Tuckerof Mr. Blick and his son returned finding a place to live in other first car he ever sold at his '
the groom cut the cake and Euclid street. Ocala, Mr. and Mrs M.F. to Arkansas in 1926 Carrie Edwards and ,private homes around-..- the- Ford dealership. 1
was assisted l by the groom's The round refreshmenttable Denmark and Lacy Conway of Until 1971 there had been no William Blick In front of Mrs : : : :.- 1 _

mother Glenda Padgett, was covered with a floor Keystone Heights; Mr. and communication between Edwards'Gulf Station In early
sibler-in.law of the groom, length yellow checked cloth Mrs. Roger Tetstone and sons William Blick and Mrs. Edwards 1920 where Garden Liquors Members of the Methodist R.L. Epperson. Sr. of St
kept the bride's book. of Lake Butler Mr. and Mrs. until Mrs Edwards' presently stands on North '
and centered with an arrange- ; Youth Fellowship friends and Petersburg spent Thursday to
The bride and groom are Henry Sweat and son of daughter, Mrs. Mildred Temple Avenue. The wheel of with
ment of white Fuji mums and Carrie Edwards on steps of parents with -ID attending Monday :Mrs George
both graduates of Bradford Tetstone of Starke, came in the Model A Ford at is
right
yellow daisies. Bradford County Macclenny, and Mr. and Mrs. attended Cross and Sword Anderson and :Mr and :Mrs
old in
High; School, she graduated in the Carl Edwards of Brooker. contact with Mr. Blick at the first car ever sold by One U.J.
One gameas' and Epperson
St.
played
1920.
1977 and he graduated in 1973. : Courthouse In early Sunland where they are both Wiggins. Augustine Saturday night
the won by Pam'sgrandmother ,
prize
:Mr Padgett is produce
Mrs. Geneva
at Winn Dixie in :
Starke.manager Dukes, who gave.the prize to
Pam.
Attending the quiet The hostesses presented the
'ceremony Mrs. N.
were Betty
honoree with a set of ice tea
I lIazen. mother of the bride; 1 /
glasses in her chosen patternas
:
':Mr and Mrs. Padgett Sr,
a menento of the occasion.
of the Mrs.
parents groom Among the 23 attending be-
: :Norman' ,
Evelyn grand tween the hours of 7:30: and ;
mother of the bride Vickie I
9:30: p.m. were the honoree'smother INVENTORYmirlpool
I Li/en. sister of the bride
Mrs. A.M. Chapmanand
Mrs: Janice Jones sister of
the
prospective groom'smother
the and
groom daughter,
Mrs. Arthur Gaskins.
Amy. :Mr, and Mrs Marty
Padgett brother and sister-in-
Idw of the groom and Handy.Bl'njie ,

brothers and of the Kary groom.Padgett ;Wyu-.Xnow s REF Don't Miss This



Philip CrosbyDescendants Miss Adrienne Barry spent
the weekend with her grand- Super Sale MAGIC CHEF

parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.N.
Barry in Newberry. Bl III '

Hold Reunion Tenn.Carolyn Thurman were Dixon Flippm Wednesday of Nashville and Miss to, g : Every Thing Must Go f[=----- 3

A L Crosby Jr., of Starke
TRADE
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
-
was elected permanent presi- Don Tilley, Mr. and Mrs. vly _
Ray
dent when descendants of f
Philip A, and Clarissa Bragg W.E. Tilley and Mr. and Mrs. N0 fl I. rv r- \ :
Robbie Shaller THAT OLDRANGE ] I IRef.
.
Crosby gathered for their Yes We Have Terms ,-
.
annual the Lake Frost
reunion in
.
Mrs. L.H. Jennings Mrs. Mi .
Butler I Community Center on 't. "' "
Maxie Carter Sr., Mrs : /
; ,,
Sunday.) Aug 21 Mrs. Eunice Searing. Mrs. W.BMundv E Or30-uu-90Days ys
Clarissa Davis of Land o' ii
and Mrs. L.A. Canova

Lakes manent was secretary-treasurer made the per attended training course the WMU at Lake statewide Yale = Same As Cash I IN NOW 5I

The Crosbys who were I
married on February 12, 1884, Baptist Assembly August 22- I I
had 14 children but only three 24 for the new year planning. On A New 0

!survive at the present time. W/Trade
One.Wiggins is a patient in '-
They' are Eugene Crosby Vincent's # Big. 19" B&WT.V. Chef '::'
St.
Brooker. Gertrude C. Waters Hospital. Model Magic n

:Dundee Molt of;Gainesville and Sidney Beatrice Mae Mrs George Flynn. Sr. is EDT171NK poly $34800 ._' "'- ,. ..._ .. Range C-

Crosby Kutch a retired confined a broken In St Luke's hip received Hospitalwith _= L1NNH1-- I L1
teacher died since the i
of last week in a
Wednesday
.
reunion date.Gathering ,_ Price ;
fall at home.
; for the dinner I
and were 162 I Start 9UwYECONOMY
program and DeWeesof I At
descendants of the Phil Dannett Maryn PRICED
.m
Jacksonville spent last I ===
Crosbys, .whose farm near (
week with their grandmother,
Krnoker landmark
ua a for
Mrs. Carrie Ritch. Mrs. Hitch
CONVERTIBLEDISHWASHER
many years list luncheon performance II
had
The reunions are held each also as Thursday -
guests Mrs. Gloria I TELEVISION
year on the third Sunday in
Glines and Mrs. Thelma CLOSEOUT
August!' ;lI.t the Lake Butler ,r
center Mendoza of Jacksonville

J
-
Mrs. Ovid Bennett of WhileThey ... .. .... n.." I>J I
erionaiA Jacksonville spent Saturdayand
Sunday with her mother,
Mrs. FJ Shaw. .p 'W
:Mrs A.G. Loudon of Starke Ffifeg. '189'Model t;. !!t1

and! son.in-l.iw and daughter Donna Barton and Sheryle Last
:Mr and Mrs. Marvin Barn- Phillips of the Bradford This //YJ, XA4225WD $ 4800Ohly
hart and daughter of Miami County Hospital have completed 1 1 I
spent Friday to Monday in the nurses course at Now Only
Vail Colo.Matthew. Shands Teaching Hospital at Special \.I_"
the Unversity of Florida.Mr. .
: Iterrcs left Sundayfor ; oscaso $19800
six months training at Fort and Mrs Felix Sapp of Free Delivery
Leonard Wood. :Mo ills sister, Starke and Mr. and Mrs. "
latainand Deborah Tresslerof Emory Cribbs of Williston
Tampa spent the weekend spent Sunday to Wednesday of
with her parents. Mr. and last week at. Dunellon and Wait Now Whirlpool
.:Mrs Herb llorres and to see Yankeetown i Why Buy
':Matthew off

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd An- WhirlpoolWASHER
:Mrs\ W.\1.: :Mcng and dersen of Naples were week
And Save
slaughter Dana of St. end guests of her sister. Mrs. FREEZER SALE "

Petersburg is spending" Harry Mooty They visited DRYER
Wednesday to Monday with their cousins. Mr. and Mrs.
)jeer father K.L. Matthews Milton St. Peter and family in
and with Mr and Mrs. Paul Gainesville Saturday after :J. Your Appliance YOUR .
:Meng at Hampton Beach Mr. noon. f-
:Meng will join the family over
weekend Tina Brown Is Worth More r
the Gina Brown. "
CHOICE
.:. ,
and Irene Wainwright have .. ; :
Local admittances to been inducted in The Societyof .. ---- ..- At Trade In At
Bradford County Hospital' this Distinguished American ;
week include: from Starke High School Students. The NOW :

:Mrs Hettie Sapp. Clifford Society which is one of the I 1 SladeLDE3000 _. _
Henderson. Mrs Alice nation's foremost high school Sawyer Y
('allaghan.Iiss! Mary Lyons. honoraries inducted the ONLY
Bernard Barrenger. Joseph' students because of their :-d -

Rice Jr., !Mrs Clyde excellence and leadership in I .. ..
_
Tomlmson. Jimmie Simmons church and civic achieve- .-_ -
\ Frank Barncord Vasco ments according to The Rev. .
Underhill Miss Bennie John M. Flynn. pastor of St. $ 0 .
Puckett and Roman Alvarez; Mark's Episcopal Church., 318 -

from Lawtey- Mrs Clara $38'800 EEH151
Hansen Mrs. :Marie Harris. Dr. and Mrs.. R.E Dopson LDA3000 Both Only Model EAV16B ,
Mrs. Elizabeth Kaiser. Mrs. celebrated their son
Mary: Crawford and Mrs. Christopher's fourth birthday
Wordna, Prevatt; from August 20 with a trip to Disney I
Haiford Mrs. Mazie Red- World and a small birthday
ding and Susan Milliard; from party when they returned
Keystone Heights Mrs. Sunday for a few friends. Sawyer Slade ;

Willie McVeigh: from
Hampton Mrs. Doris Nipperand
Marion Gatlin Sr. Mr. and Mrs. S.E. Simmons
of Miami were last Friday

Stan Reddish, who attendedthe overnight guests-0(,Dr.i and i, Appliance I Center
Key West Naval Air Mrs. H.H. Adams. The
Station training the past two Adams' also had as Sunday
weeks is home for several overnight! guest Mr. and Mrs. 332 W. Starke. Fla. Ph 964-77O1 t
R.R. fumipseed,Jr. 0( ,A r.
before to the
weeks returning .. _
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11.' .................."u................................................... Futcll To ,Join DeWitt Jones 9 Complete First Aid CourseA
Pay (From Page
Aid Workshop was Susan Starling, and para-
16 $20,410. with various suggestions Phillip Steven Futch, son First Multi- professionals Sheila Me-
The only administrator to cipal years to Nathan Hall, a
for the by
$2.50 day 252 given
per administrators."I day a speak before the board Dewey McKinney .add certain people with the of Mr. and Mrs. M. Benton media First Aid instructor, at Clellan, Alma Norman and
year Southside 11 final outcome increasing nine Futch of Starke graduated Helen Shuford.
principal, ,
spent the day doing although more were present in 19635. years of 25 positions.All Friday, Aug. 19, from Lawtey Elementary and 26. School ........!....................
the near capacity audiencewas August 24, 25
research, I want everybody to MortuaryCollege
non-instructional
Lucille director of -
test
Payne, the
get more money," said Mrs. Southside principal curriculum, 16 years, $21,010. sonnel received the $630 per-a In Atlanta, Ga. Nine people passed 26. Criticism Is a study by
Friday, Aug.
Spengler. She added it is Dewey McKinney. given were important
raise which which men
Lou Rahn BMS broken grow
Myrna year :
told the board it first aid Instruction
McKinney of the
"grossly unfair to give Graduating in the top 10 ass r
down Is $2.50 a day for the and formidable
assistant principal, 14 years, 252 Duncan,
Jim
the dollars but the
not Principal
was is
eveybody else a raise and not they work a his class, Futch rejoiningthe
18600. days year. ,
the administrators." appreciation for the job that staff of DeWitt C. Jones teachers Debbie Bigham at very small ex
The salary schedule for
Cissy Santangini, special Claudia
should the raise. Robert Paterson,
said in her prompt A 1973
Mrs. pay Home.
Spengler Funeral
projects coordinator,10 Base I, 252 days, an eight hour pense.
years Ripplinger
added the Peebles. Julia
found He principals were Bradford High
research she some non- 18580. day ranges from $3.29$6,637 to graduate of .Samuel Johnson.
had taking on added responsibilityover worked for Jones
instructional personnel he
School
Ted Oglesby, Vo-Tech a $4.09 $8,245 for a 16 year i
received raises of$2,937 while the past years and didn't Funeral Home while at- --I'J -'"
director, 16 years, $21,010. employee; Base I, 200 days, )
"hassle about
had received expect a a school. _
principals no tending high
hour .
Lennard Register, directorof eight day begins $3 29, .
pay raise in three years raise.Prior to the vote Pat menter operations, 16 years, $5,268 yearly up to $6,544 for
to last and his wife,
previous year. Steve
$21,010. the 16 year.veteran. Base I, needleworkclasses/
said he agreed the principalswere of Mr. ]
"It is my business to be and the Phil Vellenga, Brooker 193 days 7.5 hour day, $3.33 Monteen, daughter
responsible only Brewer of
Informed," said Mrs. thing he had against the raises principal, 9 years, 18425. $4,813 up to $4.13, $5,978 andBase and Mrs. H.W.
the salaries The 17 salaries total II, 252 days, eight hour Hillcrest Lake near Keystone -
"to get
Spengler the
last
year were way they will\ reside in
II' f
In front of me before I voted on were gotten. "But two wrongsdon't $333,148, Which is $28,959 day, $2.92, $5,891 up to $3.34, Starke."I Heights.
the administrative raises." '" above last year's $304,189. The $9,739.
make Par-
a right, Approved by the board 4-1 Better Stay / Week Of Sepf.l;
salaries ,
Irked by Gaskins saying he menter said before joining 1976-77 were $30,209 Mrs. Spengler casting the am very glad to be backin Funeral Director (to aged Classes Beginning
above the
pf did not want to get In a big Spengler and Holliday in the salaries. $273,9801975.76 vote saying she preferred nay to Starke and I look forwardto mourncr--How) old are you? I C_) Morning Class 9.30 11:30: I
.': argument, Mrs. Spengler vote. follow the an interesting career and 97 be 7.00 9.00
superintendentsrecommendation Aged Mourner-I'O ; Class -
Administrator salaries Superintendent Tom Casey Evening
,
I countered, "let's do It. being able to help people,
will receive were: 98 next month.
alphabetically, and years in $22,988 this year, said Futch.
the system are: a $16 a year raise., A.V Technician and Funeral DirectorHardlyworth register now
C.C. Anderson, BHS School board members will warehouse, Base I and a going home is It? call for Information

Tax Revolt ..... assistant principal, 16 years, receive $8 more a year supplement bringing that ........... ..... .............
e' 1) $18.910. bringing those salaries to salary to 10300. ..... ,
(From Page Millard Brown, adult $4,334. Accountant, Base I plus 5 I..I H.//a..1' Florida's Walt Disney The Magic Needle
World is located 25 miles
Revenue is a bureaucracy principal, 16 years, 19510. Debated almost as $2,400. supplement bringing salary to from Cypress Gardens in
dictating to the people." Carl Clark, Vo-Tech thoroughly were raises for Bus driver, $4.35 per hour 9500. the center of the Sun- 964-549} 964-6300 1517 Bessent Rd.
plus $50 for each Mechanic II, Base I II
assistant 16 years, $19,510. non-instructional personnel years ex- plus shine State. Starke
L.K. Whitehead questionedthe perience to 15 supplement bringing salary to
Eddie Douglas director of with tile board finally working up years. I
authority of DOR and business, 7 years, $18,438. backwards to set supplementsonto Cafeteria managers Base $8,300. .
asked the Commission to Jim Duncan Lawtey base salaries for what II plus $75 per food service Mechanic helper, Base II;

contest it. "Their authority is principal, 13 years, 19045. they considered specializedjobs course, limit five courses. para-professional, Base I. "-" 473-3775
- not in the statutes," he said. Charles Francis, BHS for people in charge of Carpenter Base I and a Payroll officer, Base I plus John Browr.. ?

"They have" assumed it by principal, 16 years 21310. other people, over and above supplement bringing that 2400. raa'uRau' cr.,Ea : MY COSH THEY PUT A 3
regulations. Charles Hall BItS assistant the recommended salaries salary up to $9,500. Plumber, Base I plus D aRsvanxs'
Roberts said the group principal, 9 years 17825. given by superintendent Tom The two custodian heads supplement bringing salary to nooa HOUSE TRAILER NEXT
should go after their state Richard Jockel Starke Casey. Base II plus supplement $9,500. ( D00

legislators who pass such Elementary principal, 16 The plan to overhaul the bringing salary to 8000. Preventive maintainance.
i. laws, taking home rule away years, $20,410.Jesse recommended salary Custodian, Base II; date Base I.Safety. ,
from the counties. Moore, BMS prin- schedule hada snowball effect processing officer, hourly rate officer, Base I
Williams said he had talked as teacher. maximum for 180 days, three
with({ep. Frank Williams who Delivery man. Base I.. (5-fl < hours a day.Secretary .

was opposed to bureaucracyrule School I Opens...'.. (From Page 1)) for 180 days, fullscale balanceof I, Base I.
and added that the local year, 3.5 hours bus driver, Secretary II, Base I.
legislator was not at the 180 days). All the salaries approved for
tremendous
.F hearing because of a previous fourth and fifth 29 see progress all county school
combined ; said Francis.He said he would Electrician, Base I employeesdo
r commitment St. Augustine.A.L. and seventh not include the individual
sixth
fifth 29; 31; not have a breakdown by maximum,' plus supplement
.Crosby, Jr. made a sig-- 31. grades until the classes bringing salary to $11,000. increments.

suggesting nificant the observation group might be principal Hampton Connie Elementary Clark said, stabilize in a few Tom days. plus Executive 1500.. secretary, Base I adding The a board sixteenth also year approved to the Close Out On All 1977 Model

knocking at the wrong door. "this year got off to the best Superintendent Casey Groundsman, Base II. salary schedule for the school
"If our courthouse officials start I have seen in the 18 with said rain"while it was we were a great unlucky day. Chief Mechanic, Base I system and the same insurance Mobile Homes In Preparation For The New 78' Just A Few Left.
had proposed lower budgets, I have been in Bradford maximum package for all
years plus supplement
we wouldn't be here tonight," County." well"Everyone," Casey said.cooperated He said real he bringing salary to 12500. employees, $62 per year, moreas You'll Save Hundreds Of Dollars On These Models At John Browns
IIP said. Clark said he did not have a approved for the teachers.
expected to add 5 to 10 percentin Mechanic I, Base I, plus
Crosby had two final breakdown on the attendance after Labor
suggestions: numbers in each class but said
The
I. We need to talk to the there were 165 present and 179 Day. superintendent
r'' people who make up these on roll and concluded with it the buses were running a little
budgets in the first place real fine late on a few routes followingan i/llf'/ ,.
day.
was "just a :
afternoon rainfall coin- ODC lt
U-lore. they are ever .submitted Brooker Phil Vellenga Elementary principal also had at cided exactly with the wj t
dismissal of school. With the
2. \\e need to talk to our 166 present for a "real nice __
and demand that addition of three more busesin .
legislators first day. The principal November and three moreto I I I I.
they return authority to the credited the children for being
arrive after January 1,
counties: to run their own eager, parents for their
Casey said the bus system
; I justness. cooperation, and the teachersand Cloud Labor Day
would be in "good shape for
said after
Chairman Roberts staff for being preparedfor "

the Aug. 24 hearing the board the good start. permanent Casey said routing.as he visited Salt Ends Sat. Si i. 3 1977 1
had no plans to meet again had K,
Brooker 15first; : 21; schools
three it obviousthe
was
during the past week on the second 24; third 21; fourth, good effect of reduced
budget( t Many of those present 15; fifth, 24; sixth 24; and loads in the classrooms and ofa

in the filled-to-capacity to which seventh 21. shortened day at the high MEN & BOYSUNDERWEAR BOYS NOVELTY INFANTS- MENS & BOYS
upstairs courtroom the buses
"The rain threw
school for both teachers and PRINT
the hearing was moved after into a little tizzy" said Middle students. NOVELTY TUBE SOX
th<' county commission School principal Jesse Moore : FRUIT OF THE LOOMPACKAGEOF3 t KNIT SHIRTS KNIT TOPS
meeting room downstairs was but he added the day "went Director of operations ,
mi-i-l lowed by the crowd said real 1 good." Lennard Register termed the A PAIR
titer the 3'a' hour meeting Moore said while he did not first day "average" \ 2 $1

they felt hopeless about having have a breakdown yet by acknowledging they had a few r;p.Reo.MENS:; BRIEFS $3.00 $1 ':;"': !.T'Vj'Vx;..; FORt
anything done about the grades the first day the school bus problems, but "nothingout .. Ii ";' $1
tnilldge They said they felt had 737 of the 760 on roll of the ordinary" '1 MO. MENS \. : \ :'
$3 50 .
T 1.'i: \'-, ;: ..
futile
their efforts present. Register said the bus "\ ly s4ors; SHIRTS _\ ,, '; ,.
BUS principal Charles drivers are experiencing a J, ?, 1 BOYS $2 Long and Short \
Francis commended teachersand little difficulty getting : ,alto BRIEFS .20 ;p rr" ; \ FIRST tlew Sites .' _
students for being younger elementary school r--: v'; \1110; BOYS \ :<... QUALITY 1).

:by"KlWw prepared for the start of children home as early as !2." T SHI TS>2.40LADIES .... ?, 'OiT';;: :.J l I I 2 TO It 1.h45 \ '- ,
school. many .parents feel they shouldbe 0
All)'son. Chris and Donnie Francis said he was real arriving but are aware of
Tlmmpson.Jr. of Jacksonville pleased with the attitude of and working on that aspect of
N AS! !great grandparents! and students in attendance on the parents will bear withus T-SHIRTS MENS BRUSH DENIMJEANS
; Mrs Leo Champion Their first day He added as he we will try to do our best," JEAN TOPS
(I.ii, ents Lt. and !Mrs. Don walked by each class the added Register. He said he r:
TluimpMin spent Friday overnight students were already busy at expected the routes to smoothout # )
\\ ith the Champions andS work and he felt the basic after Labor Day and get 2s ) 2
''lUrda morning they moved skills program has had a better with the three new A FOR $3
to, :'\ol'lolk. Va where' they will "profound" effect on young buses expected to arrive in
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('red Platen of Gainesville
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Council Candidates Answer Questions Put To ThemIn _


how getting out of the garbage have the same increases' the same as mine obnoxious and detrimental *10
I don't see them. They
What of do GREEN::
an to provide the the gas (that they will get out 5. type growth collection business and that and yours does. others.
attempt garbage collection going cost of living increase
favor for the much believe that
simpler I
voters of Starke with Informa- of the lawsuit against the gas you city, could be. The garbage to private companies because else has. Bread 8. With the ever increasingcost WARREN: !
light everyone of mobile homes
allowing industry,
tion about each candidate for company) Is enough to last heavy the companies could then If of purchasing a conven- the place
it the garbage go costs the same everywhere.
stops;
small commercall truck comes the
industry, should follow
the upcoming September 13 until 1981, I think it would be is loaded and taken to the up on their service and there they deserve the raise they tional home are you in favor of Mobile compre-home i
city council election, the Tele- foolish at this time to say buy apartments, apartment and the customer pays would not be much the city should have got it without mobile homes within the city? hensive plan.
to Starke reckoned with
to ? be
complexes come dump must
graph asked both candidatesto all the power from FP&L. could do about it. Should mobile homes be living
for it. Now that
If is not happeningthis having to fight
GREEN I would favor the bill. future and must be I
shouldat : any in the they
submit brief WARREN: The city 7. Unionized confined to parks allowed to
opinions electrical or
on city should showit
the city needs to have it they
then they
of in the of where have
type industry way they
this time all its city placed
eight questions.Just purchase workers and police have both locate anywhere.
homework in its own in their work.
Starke that would jobs do some and living
provide
room
two candidates are power needs from FP&L. recently won raises. GREEN: Yes, I would be in adequate
As for, a private pay For the city to maintain the
for the citizens of Starke backyard. for in
conditions, as provided
for the While the city is getting all its What do favor of mobile homes within
vying single Group 2 that the wouldsupport it might be more you see in the future increasing cost of living they plan. ,
seat open on the city council- power needs from FP&L, the provided such city company economical for the city but for the city to maintain In- are going to have to Better the city and not especially the comprehensive*
incumbent Joe Warren power plant should be madean any industry creasing costs of living? confined to mobile home GREEN:! have answered the
not for the citizens. control over budget spending.A
certainly
without cost to the
completing his first term, andEdward efficient operation which, anymore GREEN: It is true that the crackdown on efficiencyand parks. This would have to be above questions to the best of
Green, a newcomer at the present, is anything else taxpayer. I personally think WARREN: The garbage city police and city electrical preventative main- on an individual basis as to the my ability. I believe that
.' to city politics. but an efficient operation. The that the city has enough Jiffy collection service needs to be workers have recently won a tenance in all departmentswill need or hardship and oeoplc honesty and loyalty in the
of the inefficient power plant is not stores and gas stations here raise. Well I in the area in question should trust put in an official when he
,.< Each two candidates revamped.I am not in favor of pay am glad for certainly curb spendingand
don't need
) submitted his answers independently due to the plant supervisor now. We anymore overhead have their say. I believe that if is elected is the two most
Neither was Merrill Dees because he has of these. unneccessary a person owns land and pays important attributes than an t
aware of the other's answer. never had the chance to close WARREN: I am in favor of Just over a week is left in the 1977 city campaign with the bills. I foresee the city venturing taxes on it he or she should be elected official can have. I
The responses are listed the plant down and bring it all types of growth for the cityas election set September 13. The Telegraph has just one more into to profit make making extra able to do anything on it that thank you for reading this and
efficient status. The long as it follows the before the election. projects and is not please vote on Sept. 13.
,alphabetically: into an edition, that of Sept. 8, One in particular that improves Its.value !
1)This has been a very quiet plant cannot be operated at comprehensive plan. Thepurpose If any reader has a question for either candidate or both, The would money.serve the people and
and its of<$he comprehensiveplan to the two candidates for the
campaign, what do maximum capacity Telegraph will put that question
you make would be a city
consider the issues in this efficiency improved at the is to provide for planned Group 2 city council seat up for a vote,and publish the answers in cab service.money This is just an {
growth. PUBLIC AUCTION
election vear' same time. Once the plant is the Sept. 8 edition. idea, and new Ideas and some-
to it should be 6. Garbage pickup service should be submitted to The Telegraph office by
brought up par
has .come before the city Questions one with the guts to push them Fri Sept. 2, 1977 At 7:30: P.M.
put on a standby operationuntil Monday, Sept. 3. If the office is closed when you arrive, please is what it's to take.
it proves feasible to need council to recently. Do you garbage see a write the question or questions,on a piece of paper and slide the WARREN going: As a city Furniture, Appliances, Clothing,
it again. Also the revamp door.
crank under the office
plant together up with FP&L tie collection? Would it be more paper The questioner's name must be signed to his or her query, although commissioner I have an Household Items
obligation to the city em-
would take care of Starke's economical to have a private will not be published In the newspaper.
they well the Glass Ware Collectables Tools
ployees as as people
this ,
I : needs for the next 15 years due company perform service ,
of Starke. Their cost oflivmg
"tn. growth. ? Auto Supplies .A. Much, More

ESTABLISHED 19041Broijhill Drawing For Cash Award

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Ed Green Thurs.Fri.Sat..

GREEN: The biggest issue
and the one of most concern to 3rd
jlafc September
the citizens of Starke now Is ;
the high cost of electricity and
the electrical service they are
getting compared: to what they Open All Day Sat.
are paying for.I .

particular think another campaign issue in this is IN STOCK MERCHANDISE ONLY

honesty in a candidate. This

has been people a quiet are campaign disappointedand because &* Save Up To .

disillusioned in false trust .
and broken promises. I have A<\ SAVE UP TOk
tell "what is
had people me, _

the alike use to anyway.vote, everybody'sall I believefor $10000nf _$ 5O % ON LARGE l
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and ;
this reason honesty =- : \ _
trust is a big issue in this ,;: .

camnaien. '! 4 SELECTION OF 9x12

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f NEATERS .Reg. I O -- .-- .--
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election are: The electrical
power problem which must be 00
;
on a business like basis. By $199
this I mean that when you '249"L 50,000 BTU Oil F FCIRCULATOR..Re9 ,
have a product for sale that Reg.
you get that product where .
:x15999$9995:= :
you can get the lowest cost.
Cutting the minimums backon ...
sewer, garbage and water
which were raised to compen-'
sate for the loss in the power
plant. This would give those 2 Drawer
people on fixed incomes a few
more dollars to spend each CHILDSLADDER
month on groceries. FILE
2.Do you think financial disclosure $
by elected officials Reg. 7995 4995
infringe on his right to BACK CABINET
privacy? : _._____
GREEN: Yes, I think
financial disclosure violatesan
elected official's right ot CHAIR 5OoffReg.

privacy, but since elected
officials serve the public I Handy ManSpecials
know it is a necessary viola- O ,..
tion in order to curb stealingand 3'5 sO SH
graft in corrupt officials. 8 15
WARREN: I do not believe 1uuuul OIVI. "
that financial disclosure by /
elected officials infringe on 2 -
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their right to privacy. This
law is meant to protect the
public from those elected Used Alliance!
officials who might use their
office to promote their own k

private interest.
3. Recently a recommendation -
was made to the city 5 Washers
commission for an engineer to
undertake a study of the city's
utilities( rate structure. Would Many Other Items
you be in favor of such a 3 Ranges
study?
GREEN: Yes,I would be in

favor of such a study providedthat New & Used
I could see that the cost of
the study would not overridethe
benefits that would come

from such a a study. 2 Air Condi.
WARRENI: am not in favorof To Choose FromAt
a utility rate structur study
because it would only cost
money and probably not be
used once if it was made. The 1 Refrigerator

last rate structure study the Huge Savings
city had made in 1966 was
never used.You do not need to
be an engineer to figure out
what the rates should be. OUR' NEW MERCHANDISE FOR BIO' SAVINGS
4. Should the city of Starke COME .IN AH* CHECK

purchase all its power from
Florida Power and Light or I '-SBCitdGO
,. maintain a city power plant?' Tw..T e Savings
GREEN: My being a candi- UTMUUMO IIMFamowl
date and not an incumbent I It d
: .
cannot quote figures, but it is fJ 7.

;., my personal view that all DoubU Galore i
} FURNISHING CENTERS
GUARANTEE HOME
.: power from FP&L would be

: like the federal government y .I C.m,Ul. c"......., 8 1 j L .
giving you all your money. At S.rid..e.. n .f y.", B DALE BROWN OWNER ]
_. ...... ....
this time I would favor purchasing M B .4
as much power as it Slid by r.w ky ih l 1..1. la l lnd 4..1.N.w. 128VS. Walnut,- Ph 9645289AieJU" You Cm'l Mill I OA U'n Swa tlGre.r.aN

takes' to supplement our own .
; power plant to provide ef-, ?d1 94d I I--
r'l'1 ficient service. Considering

the fact that Starke'share of -. -
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I.. Fall Jamboree Gives BHS Gridders First: Bis Test '. III


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I This Friday's Jamboree in perienced football players are at those positions last 'year ways tor us this year," Ilurse "All Jeffery needs now "What we need are the Hildebran' has shown improvement the position and' have made
Gainesville at 7:30: on Florida going to have to be at their would help them play better said.Hurse Is a little confidence/7 Hurse fundamentals and timing. The especially in techniques good progress, Hurse said.
Field will open the 1977 football best to cover some of the mis- together.At said he's also been said: team that executes the best in : David Carter,' Dwayne

r! season and give Coach takes our inexperienced" the other offensive tackle pleased with the Improvement Marvin Tyson seems to be the veer will win," Hqrse said. Fred Woods, who came for Cummings, Esau Bright and
David Hurse an idea of what players will make, Hurse slot Kevin Neel is continuing of Ricky Johns in the guard the Tornadoe's biggest!! running (the first time last spring and Donald Reddish continue to"
ft kind of team he'll be taking said.Right to show improvement since slot. threat from his halfback DEFENSE worked his way into the hold down the top four slots in ..
Kvinto the regular season now lIurse singles out the spring. Hurse said if Neel At center, Hurse said position. Doug Reddish has Alton Moore rind Rowland starting line-up,still continues the defensive b4c frht"We're \
,opener against Ocala lack of game experience as histeam's continues to improve he will Marcus Cruce continues to been working at the fullbackslot Cummings are holding down to improve."Fred .

j-"vanguard. major weakness."If turn out to be a fine offensive improve while back-up center, as the back-up quarter- the first team position at has shown as much coming" around
"We're we can just hold tackle. Mike Muse has shown improvement back. -- slowly but surely, Coach
},. going to be looking ball defensive end. Hurse said both improvement as anybody out
Dennv Hansen said. .
first two .
the
r( overall through Hurse has been '
have
JOT improvement
since using Esau players shown a lot of here.. He's learning more on
i I- 'the spring," Hurse said. games we should be ok, Rowland Cummings will be Josh Southerland seems to Bright and Allen Norman in improvement but because the how to use his quickness,"
The Hurse said. the only Tornado going both have the inside track on the Hansen said the jamboreewill
jamboree should give back-up running back position is so complex there is Nurse said.
purse a fair meansof corn- ways this year as he is guar snapping the ball when Cruceis slots. still a lot of work to be done. At the other tackle slot two give him a chance to see
t":parison. since he'll be facing OFFENSE used as an offensive kicking extra points and Overall Hurse said the Marty Chastain and Danny year letterman Marty Russell. his players in a game situation.
Hurse said the offense has and a defensive tackle.
the field goals. passing Is farther Hildebran
same two teams he faced game along have been workingat continues to work hard.
fin the Spring jamboree shown good Improvement "Rowland has a great atti- Quarterback Jeffery than it was at this time last back-up defensive end. Lawrence Patrick and Isaih and a chance to get a' good
|r:Buchholz and Santa Fe. during this weeks practice.At tude for what he's doing and Norman continues to improve, year, and the entire offense Hurse said Chastain has Jenkins at linebacker have look on film of the defensive
'" The Tornadoes meet Santa tight end David Walker he has the ability to go both Hurse said.Recreation .. has been implemented.attend shown improvement while moved and adjusted well to0 backfield ,

[ Fe In the first quarter and and Kenny Rodrigue are on .
schedule according to Hurse,
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Buchholz in the third -

Pin t;to:stopped, Buchholz the spring Santa 100.jamboree quarter.. BHS lost and action.Bobby both players Smith should has been see Department Plans Full Fall Schedule. .II


f Hurse said he was pleased moved back to his weak-side

I with this week's practice but tackle position and Isaac interested In being a part of' a meeting will be a $10 charge and the will
P he still had Cummings has been moved by Cheryl Godwin on Tuesday, through September 30. 'A Clinics be held for those ,
&:; "Even though reservations.we're back to his weak-side guard The Starke Recreation the city league, please plan to; September 6, at the Old Ar- course will last ten -weeks., seven-year-old who will reach who would like to'receive
pleased attend this meeting. 1 mory. Women's teams will Classes are tentatively
With overall position. Department will offer a full their eighth birthday on or instructions and practice.
long play to we still have Coach Bob Hancock said he slate of activities for the fall meet at 7 p.m. and the men scheduled to begin September before December 31, 1977 may Clinics will be scheduled qn

M way go. Our exI felt the experience the two had including flag football, volley MEN&WOMEN'SVOLLEYBALLLEAGUES.i should meet at 8 p.m., 12 or 13.REPOUSSIV. compete. 13-year-old who SepterRber 9, for ages 8 and 9,

\a. ball, tennis and craft classes. becomes 14 on or before September 16 forages 18 and
TENNIS CLASS CLASSA December 31, 1977 will not be 11, and September 23 for ages
MEN'S FLAG The Recreation Departmentwill FOR WOMEN repousse' class (a will'a of eligible. 12 and 13. The Clinics will
I BHS Volleyball FOOTBALLMen's be offering a volleyball' The Recreation Department raised decoupage') be Scoring is based on distanceand begin at 3:30: p-m. at Pratt
Flag Footballfor men program for men and women will offer a class for women in offered through the Recreation accuracy, with one point Street Field Alsq, each en-
16 and this fall. -
I 18 and over will hold a,, ages up tennis this fall. Department on Monday added for every foot the ball is trant when; registering( .
Plans for a men's league to At the present time, the nights from 7-10 p,m, and receives free '
meeting Thursday, September kicked and a FP4K
punted, passed or Tips
|1 Returns 1, at 7 p.m. in the Old meet on Tuesday nights andthewomen'sleauge class (Is still open for anyone Wednesday, mornings from 9 a' point subtracted for every Book. ,
I Only 2 Armory to discuss the coming to meet on Interested. The class will be am.noon.. foot it lands off the center line., For more information, .
Thursday nights is the tenta-
on Monday or Tuesday There is a $10 charge that
at the call
season. Competition begins come by or the. Recreation
If you have a team and are tive schedule. mornings, from 9 a.m. to will help cover the cost of local level on October 1; 1977 Department, 964-6792! .
J8 Coach Inez Harvey has a conditioning. Practice has Any team interested, should approximately noon. There some of the materials., The and moves to zone, district, i
been handicapped because the class will last six weeks and
K'major rebuilding Job with the area,, divisional and national
nets have not yet been mast have a minimum of 8 FLAG FOOTBALL ,
Jady Tornado
levels. No fee
entrance
)(; volleyball team or
'this year with only two experienced errected and no scrimmagecan New Challenges Seen people to hold the class. If you special equipment is required. FOR GIRLS IfOYS
: girls returning. take place. are interested in taking the :Athletic shoes are required for. Ftag football registration is
gf ,"Emma Murphy and Betty The many new faces on thisyear's course, call the Recreation all levels, with shoes con now being held at the' Starke
team may give Harveyan < Department, 964 C792. Recreation Department
:Jean Hudson are my only sisting of materials such as ,
,returning lettermen. This iswfthe added dimension, height. canvas, suede soft leather or Pratt Street Center, for boys
first time out for the other "With some of these new For Girls Cross I'UNT, I'ASS nylon. No special footgear and girls, 'ages 7-15) ,
:,.-23 girls,'! Coach Harvey said. girls, I could start a line-up CountryWith AND KICK such as football shoes or. ,Age divisions will be made
that averages over 5 feet 5 Registration for the annual as! follows: 7.9.
$'w Harvey said Hudson is an boots, or any spiked or hard- 10-12, 13.15 for
-
inches, Harvey said. Punt, Pass and Kick boys and 7-10-and
'excellent setter while Mur- program toed shoes can be worn. No 11-15 for
Ffehy's[ specialty is The added height might also a much larger and district, on last year's squad. Merrl 'miles a' night. sponsored by 'Terwillegar barefoot kicking or punting is girls. Registration will be held
passing. alter Harvey's style of play. a longer course less depth Ormsbee,' Cindy Griffith, "Right now Merrl and Cindyare Ford is now being held at the allowed through September *13, 1977.

:.shown promise in practice, of set-pass-place attack instead country team may havean McNeal, Laura Chase and half miles a night while ment, Pratt Street Center. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place tropics should register between 3 and
battle reach
(according to Coach Harvey. of just bumping the ball up-hill to the Virginia Crawford are all Virginia and Linda are run Registration for the compe- for contestants in each of the 5 p.m. .If you have any
Janice: Jockel, Terry Thomas, back over the net. state meet but she thinks this .back.. ning between five and six," tition for youngsters, both six Entrants questions call the Starke
age groups.
will be
Sylvia Williams, Janice "To use the setpassplacestyle years. team meet the strong five 'Two new comers to the team, Howard said. boys and girls, 8 through 13 compete against their own age Recreation Department, 964-
"In a only
Williams Vonda Brown need top In addition to running will 6792.
you tall girls that are Tamara Ethridge and years of age remain open only. .
:;Terry: Parrish and Sandra.arty can spike the ball and Ihaven't girls place and we should be Judy Hankerson Howard has been using weight group .
C= all have looked good had that in the past," rea 1 strong in the top five slots Coach Howard' said she's training and running the -- -- ,
rand have been saidHarvey with a real battle going on for stadium steps as aids to get '
% improving, Harvey
been trying ,to get and seventh slots
the sixth
jXoach Harvey said. said she will trim Howard said.Howard who have Just come out the team in condition. The ,ONE WEEK ONLY., {-,
< Harvey spent the first week the roster to 15 girls before the running about three miles a conditioning will be for a two
rot practice working on passing match Sept. 15 at has six girls who mile race this year up a half
opening night and In two to three :Aug. 29-Sept. 2 '
lettered last .
returning,
:Rand; setting skills and in Hawthorne. year .mile from last year.
weeks work them to 10
4 and all six were in the tan in up "Right now what I need is

.. ".. ,ninth graders, who are in-
terested In running, or 8, F, Oiorirleh Tire Caster

LGLLLLL: Blanding Range: anybody with an interest" and I ...* OHM. AWOFF, epr.B1A .
need them badly, Howard

said.With only two newcomers' so

Closed ,To Hunters{ far Howard hasn'tblen

able to build the depth
Hunters beware of "duds' .that. she had on last
.. ? "This area isis fact, so year's
in the Camp Blanding wildlife dangerous that the Explosive ,, ,,squad
BY NEIL CRAWFORDI managameit.4 aea\ when! Ordiaance Dispouil,MKOD( )' ::Tm really.golng ,to.be
hunting season opens Nov.,13! Unit: thaf:supports Camp hurting next year because I'll

..r didn't work in the backwaters According to a report from Blanding, is prohibited by be losing four seniors,"
;I Enthusiasm 'was high because there were too many the Florida Game and Fresh federal regulation' from Howard said. ,
Saturday morning, Aug., 27. stumps. Water Fish Commission, a searching this i particular The girls season opens Sept.
*";at 6:30: a.m. as each member The wind began to pick-up hazardous situation has area" said Col J? Robert M. 24 at the Palatka Invitational.

?,launched his' boat for the early and those trolling developed within a 4,000 acre Brantly of the[Game and
Classic. motors had their work cut out artillery range located in the Fresh Water //Fish Com- Pop Warner
'* This was my:>fiflf trip to for them. southern portion of the wild- mission. /

I these backwaters on the'Wilhlacoochee This is one place you don't life management area, "An explos n' of any of Plans ElectionPat .
River and I this
following
wonder if will hit past summer'sNational "
you a stump, these duds ran/and/ will kill, Welch named
'was a little skeptical about Guard training was
wonder how
you just many he added. "They should never
chairman of the
this stump infested hole. sessions. acting
( will hit.
,a At 7 am:' the six boats :you At 6 p.m. Harold and I, Don This area, located in the be approached than or touched trained by Bradford County Pop Warner'
other
roared down, the| Withla- Thompson. Don Brown, Norm south range, will be closed to anyone ) a Junior Football Association at'a
Pcoochee 'River headed .for. Phillips and Jody Starling hunters this season due to the EOD technician.{ meeting held Aug. 25.

[their favorite ,hawg hole.: began to work our way out of fact that the area contains This 4OOoVcre tract will be Welch along with Ron
Thibodeaux Linda
the wood pile and head back some 14,000 unexploded 40mm for their ,
Harold posted and _Hunters, i
Branham and I and Loretta
closer to the landing., projectiles, 42 of the lOfl mm encouraged to Gillingham
({headed for, the bottom end of At 7 p.m. all classic projectiles and 60 of the 2.75 own observe safety this;are posted area. Marchant were appointed to
[the lake near the dam. members had returned safely rockets, which cannot be recommend a slate of officers
51 Things. were going smoothly remove and 'propose by-laws that,
to the landing for the weigh in. Although tls area will be
until lost sight of the would be presented at a
we
After the top six bass- closed to hunters\ In the south,
:markers, (the markers are Starke CoCo meeting on Sept. 8 at 8 p.m.
masters from last huntrs will be allowedto ,
year range, t
and hold the
'very,poorly displayed), The association will
weighed in the results were:
slowed down to ease exclusive charter for the area
we the//
Harold Branham. Ibs. 14 Hosts Tourney, use Precinct, Varnes
through the woodpile.' and all boys 8-13 will be
oz.; W.T. Smith, 9lbs. 13 oz.; Lake andf Ridge roads to
to to .
"A. we began get Norm 8 IDS. 8 travel th the eligible register.To
out the prop Phillips, oz.; Friday, Sept. 2, lathe final ough areas. date 38 boys have q
Earl Muse. 5 Ibs. :3 I oz. Pat
straitened roads 'wil be cleared and
;
of those stumpsand day of registration for the registered to play football and
Welch :I Ibs. 1 Don
5 oz.
broke a blade off. ; Annual Starke Golf and made safe by demolition registration clanks can be 40 %
We hobbled on down to the, Thompson nothing caught. Country Club Open Tennis experts btfore hunting season found at Sears and Brett and
The results of the second six
end: of the markers, shut down were: Neil Crawford, 11 ibs.13oz. Tournament.The opens. j Jerry's Athletic House.- -
the big motor, and began tournament will feature
Larry Noegel 10 Ibs. 3
the motor. ; five different divisions for
using trolling heard the oz.; Jody Starling, 7 Ibs. IS oz., and men's andwomen's Efficiency
i ,You have story Wayne Mundorff, ribs.; Tom singles play GFs Highest :
about Johnny ,Appieseed open divisions in -
O'Brien. 2 Ibs. 1 oz. Don
planting apple trees by Brown nothing caught.; doubles. Central Air Conditioner
i scattering seeds all over the Noegel landed the The tournament is open to Ek'ecutive -
ountry side. ,According to Larry blic. Entry fee is $5 for .-
largest bass for the day, 7 Ibs.
history he did a good job. 4 The club landed ; singes and $3.50 for doubles. wa
oz.
approximately will be for first Regular Non Blom Price
Trophies given
'But let me tell you 85 Ibs. of bass for SESLESSELECTRICITY
something the fellow that the day.Congratulations'. and second place in each II.

planted those stumps in the to Haroldfor division. .Double .
for
Dunnellon backwaters winning the Bassmaster The semi-finals for the belted fiberglass .

planted them deep and thick, Classic for 1977.Congratuations. tournament are scheduled for long mileage
of seeds too. for Sept. 17 with the finals on
and he had plenty to Larry '
They are six inches under landing that nice bass. Sept. 18. Polyester cord body- for strength f '

water and very solid. Bass Wishes, For information. call 964- '
My advice to anyone who Neil Crawford 5441."Within. Blems are, structurally sound. tires r
decides to fish this lake is to units! '
take a couple of props (you r than many other comparable with appearance variations,,. only: 'y .

might even take a couple of .
-
boats).
'While you might not need Your r General Electric's Finest

the extra boats you had. Regular pecial F.E.T, .
better move slowly when you Means Now Central Air Conditionerwith Size Non-Siam Price Blem Price ,

'get to the markers, especially ..
IiI you are in doubt. / high. quality features Whitewalls :

Our good buddy Red Peace Of Mind make it your best E78.14' '48.80 "'29.00 '2.26 .."'.. 'r

'Murphy came along saved with our the day.tools he to P buy in central F78.14 "50.90 '30.00 '2.42'

change our prop. Red was also Always. air conditioning 018-14 '52.40 ; '31.00 '2.58. ,

the roving reporter and photographer +r, Ifltownct II.......w H'.* 016-15 !S4,90 33)0) "'2.85H78'15 '
for the classic. g 3' .TY.r.w.a.M.. 'S7.8Q :' '2.88L78.15 .
3400
r.nwr..N.d 1.C'II ..,-
to a little
get
The sun began Ac k.- :Ja" '
c-p. a 37.00 3.12
warm; as we flipped those ". I a .uw.aw s.,...,..."11I.c ', 62.30'
worms in all directions but ww.r wa.-.e.nr w..w.I '
fishing seemed slow at first. :}"". ralJJo 1ft", .- ', : : 13'ackwall' "
.I : .=. :..
Harold and I missed several US. 301 South Sl.rk., .f\\-., ...._mOa .
_.fcf AM* uen that may 18.14 '3890- '1.88
23.00
bass before we began to land .....-ww.S
some.1 Serving Bradford& Surrounding{ Counties TCMIWB<.Mr. *"p,ol elnmrty E7S-.4' '404.80' '26.00 '2.26
.
Starling Norm came Phillips by ,headed and Jody for ,;Complete- Modern, Facility.. ft {"! i'. er.rOMlYr.r.r..ar|MMin.. _15,1, 18.15 \.SO.40. '30.00 '2.6S '
w.-
their favorite spot and Don, Serving All Faiths! J I # '-, r.e...T....!..<....1..,...' BanhAmerlcardStarke ,
Master Charge
Thompson and Don Brown't .,.- ,
V 'NWO* .
anchored over one of, t' .>.**.
were their favorite holes. I "Our Goal Is To Be Worthy Want Mod Mormttionf/ B. F. Goodrich .

Pat Welch and Tom O'Brien Of Your'Con ficlenee" d ,-, CALL. FOR. FREE back river -
had stopped up C
while! Earl Muse and Wayne GORDON Tire CEnf r

Mundorff were settled down. in Funerals 964-5757 Monument .rf

the woodpile.Smith 'and Larry 'AII.CONDITININGIHEA,' TING 3O1 N. Starke 96466OOptember
W..T Doyle M. Archer' Archer M.- Tanner : Hwy o. ,

j where Noegel W.T.were tried back out up his river new,, L.F.D. LF.D. If' 'Hw'f 100 B.tw..n Silks. i I K.y.tfln. 413.,1'1' '. '

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From Communists in Vietnam"I've



had the opportunity to Already speaking several

visit a lot of countries in the languagesFrench, Chinese FIRE DEPARTMENT
world, but I can tell you one and Vietnemese Dr. Kholhad { COMMENDEDThe
thing-that the United Statesis no difficulty in learning

the nicest country in the English, which he did by ( following letter to the

world, and the American studying textbooks, with no Starke Fire Department was a
people, too. I am thankful to outside help. released publication by the ,

the American people and am Rev. John M. Flynn rector of I.
lucky and happy to be in the He also successfully passedthe St.Mark's Episcopal Church.)
M U.S.A. This country is my ECMFG examinationwhich
z country now, and I will try to is given to all foreign Dear Mr. Sapp:

deserve all I have been medical students wishing to We would like to tell you and I

granted here." qualify for internships or residencies your men once again of our

in American hospitalsand grateful thanks for your quick
These words
phrased in
other institutions, and at-
excellent work the
and on
correct but heavily accentedEnglish
the Miami
The lis and spoken with tended University morning of August 14 at St.
people speakand Ie II1"11e School of Medicine for a four Church. the
Mark's It was
heartfelt sincerity keynotedthe
months course under the Indo-
message brought to Starke action of a fine fire companyand
Rotarians last week by Dr Chinese Program. one in which the people of

Khoi (pronounced Koy) Xuan of at Starke can take just pride. We
ProcessIt Learning an opening
Budgetary Dam, youthful looking 36- the new Lawtey Correctional honestly feel that in a few
year-old chief medical officerof more minutes our Educa-
Institute, he applied to DOR '-
rjIj tional Building would have
the Lawtey Correctional ( of Defender
Department
been total loss if had not
Institute who "lost everything Rehabilitation) for the posi- a you

I had In 24 hours" in a tion, was accepted, and has Dr. Khoi and his wife Tam, pictured In front of their responded as quickly did. and as

is hard to maintain an objective Under the fee system, the collector dramatic flight from Saigonnow been serving as chief medical residence at 419 N. Cherry St. with their two young sons efficiently as you

viewpoint during: an uproar such as them submits his budget to the Department of his( wife Ho and Chi two Minh small City)sons.with officer there since last Chuonz,. 4. and They, 7. In addition to their fire

, > < now being heard following the Revenue but not to the County Com- fighting techniques, your men

Bounty's proposed increase of 2.75 mills mission. He is allowed to spend the full "I lost everything I had were kind and courteous and
to save
heped us greatly
meet expenditures in its $2,002,868 amount returned to him for the opera' that freedom is everything, without exceptmy which articles of furniture and my

ntdget> for! fiscal year 197778. tion of the office, but may return to the nothing else would matter," library from water damage.In .

county any amount not used when he Dr. Khoi said. Ills voice tensesas our state of stress and con-

unity budgets are extremely submits his financial report at the end of ,he describes the days of fusion, this was a calming and

tuple, with many variable factors the He has full control over the depression after his arrival in reassuring effort on their

liM-h make them hard for the layman to number year.of employees in his office and America, practically )penniless part, above and beyond their

ii"il tr r.tand. Without attempting to and without knowing a 1. r1r
the salaries paid to them. duty.We
word of and of
,1.I Ige! who is right and who is wrong in English- most are grateful to say that
all due to the finality of the
,mi",> present controversy, we should we are already in the processof
from his
The Sheriffs budget one of the separation parents, a rebuilding and should be
i--ognize that it is easy to jump to sister and six brothers with
largest, though apparently not out of back in full operation within a
whom he dare not
in correspond
conclusions to
i'IIIR trying interpret
line with those counties of comparablesize month.
because of reprisals that
''M\ nr" "s that might look out of line on
to Bradford showed an increaseof might be brought against
, .iici.,, but may have a logical explana- Once again. our heartfelt
$20,718 in the proposed new budget, them because of his escape thanks!
when all the facts known.
on" are from the country. The
up from $246,879 to $267,597. Most of John M. Flynn,

the increase was accounted for by cost of Vietnamese government has Y Rector, St. Mark's
threatened to all
Mso not generally understood are the imprison Episcopal Church
living increases in salaries paid. and
men between 17 45 who try
,irious procedures by which the
to escape the country.
'imifretsof> ; { the county's different depart- LETTER TO PERSON
Here again, however even if the }
-tits are made up and submitted for The separation from his a WHO RAN OVER LAWN
Commission should elect to contest the
pproval. At last; week's hearing, themmissioners relatives was especially hard .
'' ...
budget for any reason the sheriff has Dr. Khoi said, because the'
To The Editor:
( seemed unable to con- Dr. and Mrs. Khoi stand In strawberry patch that looks much
the of to the of family structure in Vietnam,
right appeal Department
like Bradford that straw Is used Instead
County except
irate I that they do not mulching
IIt'P! ; taxpayers before the Communist take-
Administration which has a past historyof of black plastic used here. This letter is meant for the
have: control over the budgets of several such in favorof over, was stronger even thanin small,. mean vindictive
usually deciding appeals
. aunty departments, but a close this country. Parents and person who, in the night,
the county sheriff. As in the case of grandparents were includedin October He likes the work the becomes engaged. *
, Diminution: : of the budgetary processes couple of Vietnam. His highly prized drove over our lawn:
the Property Appraiser, the sheriffs the family unit since the and of confer
disrlo'-es that such is the facilities that are Both sets parents together picture albums, which are one
actually case, budget has already been approved by children were obligated to available and, if mutually agree of the few possessions he I don't know what you expected

''i nil practic.nl I purposes. Tallahassee and the deadline for appealing take care of them in their old Dr. Khoi said medical able, the couple becomes managed to salvage in the to gain by this mean

1. age. engaged. After a "super sudden flight from his homeland act but I will tell you what you
was August conditions much
Much( of the criticism at last week's "But all that is changednow are superiorin vised" courtship of six show trees, flowers, and have done. You have greatly
those in
the U.S. to
months, if everything is still other vegetation that resembles idea of neigh!
changed our our
seemed to center around the
' \Iring Dr. Khoi said.
"There is
Vietnam, where there only
are
In the case of the other three elected agreeable to all concerned, those of his adopted borhood. For three and a half
iilices of County Property Appraiser courthouse officials salaries of the freedom.no family.Husbands..no religion..no and wives some 4,000 doctors to serve the marriage takes place.Dr. home state, Florida. "We years, my husband and I have
about million and
20
people,
"III! Tax Collector two of the
County even have pine trees and grow worked hard to have a nice,
County Judge's office are paid by the are separated and to
assigned overcrowdedthat
Khoi
whose hospitals are so and his family like "
offices the Com-
ruin
budgets strawberries. he says with a attractive home and sup
work at different
State under the recent judicial reform 'reeducation sometimes two or three American food, but still
'MiUsion !' it does!' not control.I warm smile. "Not quite as roundings. We have been
where
says 'brainwashing'
camps in bed.
legislation. In the case of the Clerk'soffice patients are placed one usually prepare Vietnamese
takes and large as the ones grown here, proud to have lived among
and the Supervisor of Elections place, dishes for the evening meal. but to eat." nice Then
good such
visit each other ..very people. you
I procedure for the Appraiser'sice may only In contrasting customs of One of the main differences,
the Commission may approve or disapprove infrequently. Their childrenare the two countries Dr. Khoi he said is come along. Now our views
the
i is tn suhm its budget at the same Vietnam customof And these similarities are different And did that
the overall total> amount requested taken away and placed in said courtship and marriageare having soup to be eaten no doubt contributing factorsto : you
the (Commission and the
''into I County in one act.
but may not dictate how it is Communist nurseries and much more formalized in along with the meal instead of Dr. Khoi's decision to applyfor unnecessary

'vpjirtnu'tit of Revenue in Tallahassee. spent, once it is approved. schools." Vietnam than they are here. such liquids as coffee, tea and U.S. Citizenship papers as We used to brag about the

viler" Tallahassee approves (or dispprov's Dr. Khoi told of Most Vietnamese marry wine. soon as possible, in 1980 and nice people and area we were
., the Commission one example between the ages of 28 and 40, his announced intention of
) I thebudget, how in but you have done
the away
All of this sound children are tricked
h.is I the right to appeal if it thinks the might confusing into Communist thinking: and the approval of parents on They like Florida becausethe making Florida his home "for with that faith we had. ['Now;
because it is. And part of the trouble both sides is necessary before climate is similar to that "
the rest of life.
budget, is out of line. If DOR denies the They are told to pray to God my we will suspect everyone and
between the and the"rl."volters"
"budgeteers" for candy which they do that is a shame.
then the Commission make
repeal' may
is no doubt due to a lack of but
no candyis forthcoming.Then SERVICEMANBa =
.1...r final appeal in a hearing before the communications especially in the they are told to pray to McLendon to AutographNew = I hope you realize you have

;Ji I ale Cabinet, early stages of the budgetmakingprocess Ho Chi Mihn for candy and done more than destroy a

The "right of DOK to overrule the the sweets "miraculously"appear nks Completes lawn.. That can be replaced.
when citizen input should have
Training At Ft.Knox the
towards
Booh But our feelings
( aunty Commission in budgetary been at its peak. at LibraryStarke's neighborhood will take a lot

neuters was; upheld several years ago in Although a native of North Ft. Knox, Ky. Army longer to mend.

, Court in Vietnam Dr. Khoi to Private Thomas C. Banks, Jr.,
i Supreme ruling a suit brought Perhaps one answer to this lack of came own James

I In. the Calhoun County Commission.The communications and shortage of input Saigon at an early age, later (Spanky) McLendon will be at son of Mrs. Mary L. Sorrells To you innocent people
attending medical school and Route 1 I. Lawtey, recently
the Bradford
County Libraryon around us, I lam this had
lie in the formation of a "citizen sorry
might receiving his degree there. He completed training as an
Friday, Sept. 9, from 3:30
:
to happen. And to who
experience of the has been you
; past budget study committee for countygovernment" went Into private practice and to 5 p.m. for an autograph armor reconnaissance committed
this act I know
,
1 hat DOlt usually recommends that such as was recently proposed was also chief physician of the session for his newly specialist at Ft. Knox, Ky.. you will get yours because

\pprai l'rs employ more help to keep by a member of the Alachua 7th District CommunityHealth published book, "Death- The training was conducted everything comes back to you,
.tppraisaU' updated State law requires County Commission. Center in Saigon from work." Copies of the book will under the One Station Unit in one way or another.
1973 to 1975. During this time
be available at the library at
I hat every parcel of property in the he treated the children of this time Training (OSUT) program

county( I lw inspected at least once everyI Commissioner Shellie Downs, who many Americans who were which combines and advanced basic combat indi- The Sylvester Smiths

I hree years. For example, DOR has been made the proposal said the group stationed in Saigon with the "Deathwork" is of special vidual training training into one 13-. Hampton Villa,

"recommending for the past two years an should not only examine the budgets of military. interest locally because the week period. Hampton, Fla. 32044
action in the novel takes r
.ulilitional employee for the Bradford all departments and programs under the When the Communist take- place The armor reconnaissance

\|,,,riasl'r's office. Commission but also take a look into the over by North Vietnam was against a background of the specialist course consists of
threatening Dr Khoi Raiford State Prison and the weapons training, including
budgets of the sheriff, tax collector determined leave the plot concerns the execution, mines and demolitions,
(On the basis of this track record the property appraiser court clerk, and country with his family if all in one day, of four murderers maintenance of armor

( 'ommission\ ;; takes the position that the supervisor of elections.He possible, rather than lose three men and a vehicles, map reading, com-

,.fl.nice of obtaining a reversal from DOR One of the woman. munications, and artillery
their freedom.
American ............" ............ adjustments.Pvt. .
be worth families
could not the time and ex- expressed belief that the consti-- with whom
he had become the of : : Banks entered the
friendly McLendon Is Mr
of| son VETERANS' AFFAIRS
use appealing.
\
IN / and would be
tutional officers others
Army in May 1977. He is a 1975
agreed to help him get to the and Mrs. R.P. McLendon of : by William Haas :
willing to cooperate because "we've got U.S. Starke, and his father was a : Veterans Service :. graduate of Florida Junior
The "tax revellers" urge such a something here that will do something Officer : College (High School Cy Young of the Boston

challenge, however, as the only way to good for this county" "One day they called my long-time employee of the Program). Americans pitched the first
State Prison
buck the "Tallalussee< bureaucracy." But office and said a plane wouldbe system. The His father lives at 13749 I perf.ct major Itcguc baseball
author himself was employed Lanier Road, Jacksonville. I game on May 5 1904.
leaving for the U.S. in 20 The nation's veteran ,
in I this particular case it is already too The proposed Alachua County briefly the Division
minutes, carrying American by of Corrections population increased by
late for such action\, as the Appraiser'sluidget committee would: be given a year to refugees and also some M8.000 during the past year to

has already been approved by study county government spending, as Vietnamese. That is all the The public is invited to 29.607.000.

I >OK, and) the deadline for protests to be well as income, and suggest changesthat time I had to collect my the library Friday after-cometo GUARD OPENINGS
diploma, a few other Figures compiled through
tiled was August 15. papers and chat with
McLendon
could save tax dollars. Each com- noon revealed the
and a small bag with some June 30 number
missioner will nominate three people to clothing. In one day we lost about his sensational new of Vietnam-era veterans exceeding -

\nother instance where the Commission the committee, and applications will be everything we had our nice book. the 8-million mark for AUTO MECHANICSWELDING

claims" lack of control is in ex- accepted from the public as well. home, our automobile, and .the first time. The .largest IN, -

penditui of the Tax Collectors office.The our professional jobs." His Lawtey Hearing segment of the veterans
wife taught French.He population continued to be 13.4 RADIO REPAIR-ENGINEER EQUIPIIIEIIT-
Bradford collector's office is under Whether or not the "tax revolters"are million World War II

I the "fee system"which returns a percentage successful in their present efforts, Unattended"They veterans, down 200.01)0) from REPAIRS-SUPPLY ADMINISTRATION '

of taxes and! license fees col- the exposure that has been given to the given and MP insignia his family to were the previous year.

Ifctfd by the t office, for the operation of problems of budget making could have a and the bus drove directly wear to, must be satisfied or Nearly a billion veterans
they would have been here
the office. wholesome effect if it resulted in the the aircraft. It was a sad complain Lucille Shuford to, Include ears of age or older. 20 POSITIONS AVAILABLETo

formation of a citizen study group that moment, leaving his family,, Lawtey city clerk, said after a were 867.000' World
In the fiscal year 197(5-77( these collections could improve communications betweenthe and friends, but Dr. Khoi and public hearing on how Federal War I veterans, 100,000 fewer Qualify You Must Be 17 Years of Ageor
his Tam than last Their
wife breathed a sighof year. averageage
t brought the office here $70,000 Revenue Sharing
taxpayer and the office holder money
relief as the plane lifted off was 81.
while the projection for the next fiscal during early stages of the budget- the ground and a l life of Communist should be spent failed to draw- Some 675 Up Openings For Men And Women

veari i. $.H1.0X( ) an increase of $11,000. making process. enslavement was left any citizen response. veterans SpanishAmericanWar were the elder

bP1IiMt Mrs. Shuford said the statesmen among the former
council decided to use the service members. Their FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL
After a brie stop in Taiwan as in the past for
$3,800 96.
was
average age
.. CRIDA \.1( A. ut UHf) and two weeks in Guam the and
recreation safety Nine states continued
4! \; rr'otiro to. ''
? 631st MAINTENANCE
plane landed at COMPANY'
Eglin Air
house more than half of the
Iif ; f. Force Base where Dr. Khoi "Our new recreationwilding veterans 15.7' million 'al
(!tilirtrapl'1' and his family spent the next : U funded partially by though five of these leaders
FLORIM ARMY NATIONAL GLAD
m ... two weeks. He Indicated a' these funds and we also use it showed declines in veteran

0\ s ,, o ti desire to officials there to to buy .equipment for the population over the 12-month
obtain a sponsor in this kids" Mrs. Shuford said., period.The '64. J20
c/a'- BUH G FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER country and they contacted largest state Increase-

f' Publishers Faith Presbyterian Church in The money also helps to buy 39.000boosted Florida to
1.2.
.".o' .M11 n"11I" "',4 wtered i'" second Odsa Mater at the Post Office, at btarki.ca.\ under Tallahassee. Soon after that the cities insurance and work- million, moving the Sunshine ;JOIN THE NATIONAL GUARB
the
church
', ". h .1. 'K"j J sent for Dr. Khol man's compensation. State into 7th place ahead of

S'd5), riuiionMlrtiri'rdcVarea''' $7p year: $4si.niootn$. and provided the family with a Michigan in veteran population. 49.20 To '1O0.TS'P.r Wotktid
rent-free ..
apartment for three
i'sui.lr.n. ('' .ing $8 per e.lr. $4 50 sin months! California continued to
'.. 4 Stark. Fla. months, gave him a car,$40 a The next regular meeting, lead the '788.00 'a '1'.1".r.Y..r"
week for food, and necessary for the Lawtey council I Is nation with 3.3
textbooks. Tuesday,Sept. 6. veterans, up 29,000 over last

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f 7.12 % Pay Increase SetForHospitalEm.pJoyees ""I'



.. ,
-
A double check on year end Edmondson said the year Blue Cross has 30 days to she was"very upset" over the said I
figures for Bradford The board decision to hirean heating system. DampIer
County end balance should cover the review the length of time It was taking to
Is proposed room concerned about the
hospital the only anesthetist as a salaried was
thing
$3,000 it would take to cover rate increase to $75 for a come to an agreement with I'I'he I
the
needs of
future
holding up a month early 7,12 the employee will cost about the energy I
increases
percent salary increase for September, since for the the month salaries of semi-private private room room.and $70' for a along Douglas.with"We him have since been March going f same as the $22,000 Douglas hospital, but to considered it for a i i"gamble" '
employees recommended received under a contract. spend money
by were lower without the per Young made some hurried and if it was up to me I wouldlet
and then not receive
trustee chairman Bill Dampier said Douglas will receive a plan a \
"
sonnel to fill
the vacancies. him said Mrs. Green.
calculations and said his go,
Dampier during the two advantages, his grant. Dampier called a !
regular Dampier and
Green praisedthe showed the Increases The board began
figures
salary to receive
monthly insurance will recent attempt
meeting Thursday malpractice
employees for being cost negotiations with Douglas last
August 25. would be over the come under the umbrella funds under the federal public
conscious and working doubly budget and asked for time to December for changes in his "
The Increase will cost J coverage of the hospital and works project a "fiasco.
hard
op.II during the past contract After numerous "
year. rework the figures. The board '
proximately $36,000 per year Dampier said the salary boost members agreed the proposed delays the board decided in :r he will not be responsible for Edmondson reported the
Dampier his
it proposal met no would help the employees raises could be made retro May to hire an anesthetist as a providing coverage during application for a $779,000 expansion '
resistance from off.Under.
trustees Dave "meet their needs." active once a decision is an employee of the hospital J days had been turned downa
Shuford Inez
.' Green and Dan Young told the board it appeared made rather than a contracted posi- < an organizational second time for funding
Williams. Charney Williamswas the hospital would end tion and met with several ", chart approved during the under the public works bill
out of town. The board the fiscal year with $28,000 as In another end of the year prospective employees. board meeting the and read' the board a letter
chairman prefaced his recommendation a bank balance the board from Don
probable after move, unanimously anesthestist will come under Rep. Fuqua calling
'!, saying the local all the September obligationsare approved a recommendationby Douglas also applied tor the the director of nursing. Three for an investigation and
y 'salaries are "not com taken care of. He said the Edmondson to pay directorof position as an employee with other departments also are in hearing about "gross in
;it., mensurate" with surrounding balance In the prior year was nurses Mike Oswalt one the recommendation of the direct line of authority from equities" in the funding bill.
'' areas. Dampier said the $98ooo before the ,hospital month's salary about $1,000, medical staff and Ed the board and the executive The board also asked for
,hospital had trouble hiring found out it had to repay for pulling 21 extra shifts over mondson. A 90 day extended director. An assistant for pro- more information about the
nurses because of the low $100,000 to Medicare for over the past several months. period with Douglas was j fessional services, assistant cost of purchasing a
wages.Hospital. payments.The Oswalt was praised by the supposed to end August 31. for support services and a defibulator and a blood
employees received budget for 1977.78 trustees for doing an out- Board attorney Kichard Welty comptroller, a new position. chemical analyzer.The .
k' an eight percent hinges on a rate increase the standing job and the supporthe said the agreement was being :Making a final check: on the recently| Installed nurse call In other action the board, board heard Dampier
'October across-the-board pay increase hospital has requested from has given to the hospital. looked over by Douglas' at system at Bradford County Hospital are trustee chairman Bill -Asked for further In- report that the new nurse call
1976 with the under. Blue Cross to cover increased Oswalt said the hospital was torney. Dampier president of Westside Communication of Jacksonville formation about a federal system is in operation and
'.standing no more money was operating costs and to bring still understaffed by two RN's Board members Dampier Cli.irlesC.rey,.the low bidder, and hospital administrator Dick grant for a solar water working satisfactorily.I .
"available for future rasies in the salaries of employees up and two LPN's.The Shuford and Williams indicated I'.ilmomlsvn.;
the current fiscal year. to state level. Young was they were satisfied with The system at a cost of fl7. $uo/ serves 43 patient beds, the __ II
The fall, 1976 increase came asked if there was a meeting's only sour the negotiations as they were operating and emergency: room and the blood bank.A patient Is
i behind ''a two percent raise of the note able to call the central
possibility increase came when the progressing.: nurse station. The
system gives the
n given earlier in June to bring being denied and replied he discussion centered on an "I I am still not happy aboutit loca lion of all nurses in patient rooms and allows a nurse to call I Would Like To Announce That I
t t. nurses' salaries more into line thought chances of being employee agreement betweenthe I don't think we would have for emergency help. A green light over each doorway shows
i. with other area hospitals. turned down" were "slim or hospital and anesthetistRon let another employee drag it what rooms have nurses In them and a flashing light shows an Heath's Auto Service Is now located At The
The
Y. 7,12percent increases remote. Douglas. Mrs. Green said out." said Mrs Green. emergency
.are figured into the new
.budget beginning Oct. 1. The Gulf Service Station I


I iby i.Dick heartier;, hospital Edmondson increase administrator was "as viewed a Marshal Resigns When Criticized In Breaker Meet Hwy 301 Lawtey Fla.


were morale cautious booster."The about trustees Sharp used my own car and pay When Joe Robinson some of the speeders- down fire department should take We offer Parts and Service for all domesticand i
approving night's Public own insurance. The only questioned the spending of and cut down on some of the the inventory before any more
)' the raises until accountant most all foreign automobiles, specializing in
budget of the the city furnished me $1,500 to buy a Police car it hell raising going on in the equipment is purchased.
1 Roger Young could enforcement middle of the night," Twiss Adams said he knew of Mercedes Benz and Volkswagen.Our .
'j determine what the end of the a badge and $5 a week for was the last straw for Twiss. equip-
balance will be. Brooker Twiss said. "As of right now you don't said.The ment that was stored awav work is of the highest quality and our
iyear
resignation o have a police department," police department that wasn't even being used. prices are reasonable.
Kenneth had said earlier in the Twiss said as he tore up his wasn't the only area to come The, subject of the millage
believe that tune constitutes
We
more
II that he thought most police ID and stormed out the under fire during the evening, increase brought few objec a up
people in Brooker didn't door. the fire department drew heat tions since the increase Is than replacement of plugs and points, but a

Building; Permits law enforcement in the Twiss said he'd ran for the from both the council and necessary to keep over $20,000in thorough analysis of .your Car's problems and
unpaid marshall position because I residents that attended the state revenue Sharing installation of those parts needed to correct

I he wanted to do some- meeting. money for the city. them. Also that a brake job is more than the
'Increase what I see we don't thing for the town but it just Brooker presently has an of brake shoes but inspection
any now," Brooker didn't work out "That's too much for any assessed millage of 2.96 but replacement a thorough -
Tommy Raulerson "I didn't try to harass any one department in my book the state requires cities to of all parts and replacement of those
back at Twiss. body but I did manage to slow Councilman C.J. Stalnakersaid levy at least 3 mill tax to worn and unsafe.I .
A new schedule on the The of the $7,823 budgeted to qualify for revenue sharing am a former Technical Instructor with
square footage cost of con- by board \ the fire department.. money. ,
Benz of N.A. and have had wide
struction, used by the County Wilson who Hampton Campaign Quiet Stalnaker suggested rather "It's costing us more to Mercedes a
!Zoning.' office in computing being hit than spending so much moneyon advertise the increase than range of experience in all types of internal

,tees for building permits was by spiraling for three Jockeying for the three new equipment the council we'll get in higher taxes," combustion engines from Aircraft to lawnmowers

approved by the County wished to seats in Hampton has council seats are incumbents should save the money so a Pierce said. .
Zoning Board Tuesday night more in "kind of ac AC, Dennyson and P.II."Hank" full time fireman could be Pierce explained the city
as well as an Increase from $5 a decision. clerk quiet" hired to man the fire station. has had to pay $60 in postageto
to Uott Donald
city W.
..to$10 on the minimum permit His but is expected to Mary be Helle, 40 a bookkeeper and (Councilman George Pierce, advertise the increase while At *. l..tf,4..Hri Offer W. Hm
adoption of who is also fire chief for the the city gets only $40 more in
fee.The heavy in the last week newcomer to the political
revised schedule will be for lack of a Brooker Volunteer Fire taxes. Oil CHANGE t
the election Tuesday, arena, Ernest Green who was
recommended to the County Upon Department disagreed with Mast people aren't objecting -
5Qt8
13. once, and Roy Roark.
Commission for adoption at its Scott, candidates qualified for mayor Stalnaker though. to the tax increase but FILTER & LUBE 9" alas

September meeting. new District seats of marshall "The city couldn't afford to in how the money is allocated -
Director L.M. Rex mayor The remaining two council ." Raulerson said.
Zoning ceeding three get a full time fireman
council
Gaines said the changes were voted 3.1 for positions up seats held by John Allen and Pierce argued. Raulerson was also criticalof MiffUu Till Piper iMHllatU. SUflt Eshtittltmft
grabs during the two week
recommended to make schedule: as <:chairman Ted Curtis. and the Pierce also said the equipment the fire department budget i
period in
construction cost estimates Gaines. July seat of clerk Allen, will not he'd asked for in the and he suggested the money ...!.'< tips

more realistic in view of In other of marshall.was the In come up for vote until next budget was needed by thedzs.rtment might be better- spent, on. ill
.continued inflation, and the petitioners Lyons"I Steve year. Equipment included roads. -
Varnum
..raise in the minimum fee was mission to two minutes before a new hose, ladders, The next hearing on the 73 Ckvillt 507 ft 350 6 crt
necessary to bring it more in rezoning deadline. Mrs. Allen said I the issues in truck tires and communica-' millage increase and budgetwill '

line with the actual cost of September two candidates for this election are not what tions equipment. be Tuesday, Sept. 8. At (E(.tt StatiM *..*.) 45

making an inspection.The were: are Gordon P. areas need work, but rather Ex-councilman A.B. Adams that meeting the council can
minimum fee charged J.R. Jr a Hampton setting the priorities. Issues suggested to Pierce that the adjust and adopt the budget.

under the present schedule is and William II. are full time police: coverage, 71-72 ChmUtBtUIr Blreayae
$5 while Gaines said it cost two miles who was once a recreation funds the Hampton -
around $9 "to crank up thetruck" south side of member and returned Volunteer Fire Depart- LIVING TEAMLINER LNft Caprice 1..11 10"

: and make an averagerun. Exclusive Ag the town after a 30 ment, and sprucing up streets ROOM
year
family .... and vacant lots. CARPET "
LOLL DtWM3 ROOM ISO 400 E.j.

The cost of construction of Inmate Draws 20 Years & LEANINGSteam 45" & Tu

the "living area" of a single 25.25 's35
family dwelling is now listedat proximately prison inmate had 20 probation after', he pleaded .35
$15 per square foot in State Road added to his sentence guilty to possession of 1t70 Fern! Cult. Gtliilt. LTD

computing the building permit of Graham Aug. 29 in Circuit marijuana on Nov. 16, 1976. CleanDeodorize And Tint ist 450'
cost.: Under the new schedule, to MS (light ) for crimes committed in Braxton "Doc" Moore of At This Low Price EM
this type of construction wouldbe Director on Nov 16, 1976. Lake Butler was given three
computed at $17 per square the name of Phipps was sentenced years probation after he WE GUARANTEE Call 782.3067
foot which Gaines said was U.S. 301 Wayne Carlisle to 15 pleaded guilty to aggravated HOME-485-1 528
still below the actual cost now the District 4 for escape and given an assault. The charges stem- OUR WORK 24 Hr. 372-3009 For Prices On Other Cars. ,
generally estimated at $20 per the five years for med from a knife attack on
square foot or higher. wards of of a firearm. John Charles 'Todd in

,The cost of garages now and inmate Russel December of 1976.
figured at from $6 to $8 per under had been accused of Tony Martin Griffis was < )
square foot, will be computed board. entering the given one year probation after
at $10 per square foot under of Frank and he pled guilty to petty larceny.
the new schedule. The various Lynn Brady and stealing a Griffis was charged with
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H School Policy Announced On Free, Reduced Price LunchesBradford I n I Ir Starke Elks Tour


? 3J r .New Harry AnnuChildren's
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County School parents, said Mrs. Morgan. coordinator. at or below the levels shown if you qualify," Mrs. Morgan
board has set its policy for Additional copies are avail- Under the provisions of the above.In said HospitalElks
free and reduced price meals able at the principal's office in policy the principal of each the operation of child The National School Lunch
for children unable to pay the each school. The information school will review applica- feeding programs, no child Program was set up to and their wives from
full price of meal and milk provided on the applicationmay tions and determine will be discriminated against provide hot, nutritious meals Starke Elks Lodge 1802 madea
served under the National be submitted at any time eligibility. If a parent is because of race, sex, color, or for the children who are trip to the new Harry Anna
School Lunch Program. during the year. The application dissatisfied with the ruling of natinal origin. eligible for free or reduced Crippled Children's' Hospitalin
Local school officials have forms contain a state- the official, he may wish to Each school and the office of price meals and to provide low UmatiUa,Saturday, August
adopted the following family ment above the space for signature discuss the decision with the the Bradford County School cost meals for the ,children 20
size income criteria for deter- certifying that all determining official on an Board has a copy of the who pay full price. The hospital is finished and
basis. If he wished to
information furnished in the informal complete policy which
mining eligibility from July 1, may be 4 now occupied by the children.
1977 to June 30, 1978. application is true and make a formal appeal, he may reviewed by any interested Silver Anniversary The local Elks reported it Is a

,, ".' beautiful hospital and a great
Family Free Meals and Free Milk' Reduced Price Mull Set At Stephen ""I{ tribute to the Florida Elks
..
....: who paid for and built it. It has
.
.
Size Weekly Biweekly Monthly Annual Weekly Biweekly Monthly Annual Foster, Sept. 2,3,4,5Starke every piece of modern equip-
ment imaginable, including a
7' .. swimming pool and large
1 160 1120 $261 $3,140 1117 1235 $ilo $6,120 violinist W.B. ---- The hospitalwill
recreation room.
2 7' 158 344 4,130 154 309 670 8.050 McKinney, accompanied by
100
3 98 196 425 5,no 191 383 830 ',no Greg Alvarez on the piano, Kindergartner Mark Parado doesn't seem the least bit happy accommodate
4 117 234 507 6.090 228 456 990 11,880 will perform at the Florida about his first day at school.Ills teacher at Starke Elementary, children from infancy through.
5 134 268 582 6,990 262 524 1135 13.630 Folk Festival during the Miss Deborah Gray, was able to say Just the right thing and 15 years of age.
6 151 303' 657 7.890 295 591 1281 15.380 morning program, which Mark did not flee with his lunchbox. Tori Kelly looks on, un- Making the trip were
Ruler and Mrs.
Exalted Nealy
725 8.710 326 653 1415 16.980 Labor daunted by Mark's misery.
7 167 335 starts at 10 a.m., on McConnell Past Exalted
8 366 794 9.530 357 714 1548 18.580 this Sept. 5.
183 Day Monday, Ruler and Mrs. George
9 855 10.270 385 770 1669 20,030 noted violinist in North
197 3'5 A -- Dominianni Don and Gloria
,
10 211 423 917 11.010 412 825 1789 21,470 Florida, McKinney has "
978 11.740 440 880 1907 22.890 .. Rawlings, Bob and Marge
11 times at the o .
225 451 performed many =- -
: : and Goss and
Wolff,Joe Gayle
2025 24,310
935 _
12 23P 47' 1039 12.470 467 Florida Folk Festival. In and
John Warren Dorothy
Monday's performance -
Cook.
FOR EACH McKinney will render Stephen : 'J"i
4DDITIONALHEMBER Foster songs and hymns. -
The Florida Folk Festival\ Ilia first successful manned, heavier-than-air flight was
ADOChildren 14 28 60 730 27 54 118 1,420 will celebrate its silver jubilee Mtnilo'. In n glider in 1853.

with its performance this
weekend at the Stephen
from families correct, that the application Is make a request either orallyor Each Foster Memorial at White
whose income is at or below being made in connection with in writing to C.E. Douglas, school cafeteria will Springs, 12 miles north of Always Ready To Serve -- z
the levels shown are eligiblefor the receipt of Federal funds, director of business, 582 N. serve a Type A lunch each Lake City on SR-41 and three
free or reduced price that school officials may, for Temple Ave. phone 964-6800()), day. Students may buy lunch miles east of 175.
meals, said Delores Morgan, cause, verify the informationin for a hearing to appeal the for 40 cents at the elementary Instituted in 1953 as a local
food service coordinator. In the application, and that decision The policy containsan schools and at the middle event, the folk festival has Calm And FriendlyA

addition, families not meeting deliberate misrepresentationof outline of the hearing school. BHS lunches are 60 grown into national Calm And Friendly Voice Answers Your Phone Ask
cents. Extra milk at all
information subjectthe procedure.If prominence enabling
these criteria but with other may .
unusual expenses due to applicant to prosecutionunder a family member schools will be 10 cents. thousands of people to relive, Call To DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home At Any Hour
unusually high medical expenses applicable State and becomes unemployed or if Since many young children see and experience life as it Charley
the and older students eat light Of The Day Or Night
,shelter costs in excess criminal statutes.In family size changes, was in pioneer Florida.
of 30 percent of income, certain cases foster family should contact the breakfasts or no breakfasts at Ox-drawn cart rides, toy E.
special education expenses children are also eligible for school to file a new application. all, parents should provide makers and artisans talentedin
due to the mental or physical these benefits. If a family has Such changes may make some type of lunch for their various crafts will be ComfortThis John.
the children of the family children, either a bag lunch Modem folk music
condition of a child, and foster children living with featured. Comfort That
'"
The
for reduced price from home or cafeteria lunch, will Is An Introduction To A careless: act can cause-
disaster or casualty losses are them and wishes to apply for eligible and folk music of the past
urged to apply.Application such meals and milk for them, meals, or for additional bene- said Mrs. Morgan.-"Do take be part of the three day Comes From Knowing That Competent And friendly another person to lose hie
forms are being they should contact the school, fits such as free meals and advantage of the free or showcase. Visitors will have People Are Serving You. ight.Jiis masculinity..and

sent to all homes in a letter to said the Bradford County .milk... ., if the family_income falls reduced. price lunch .program the opportunity to sample result in a law suit for
,
.n 9ar'w+ r" T.i -
'I:: ''{') ;' \ foods from tige-old recipes $100,000 or more. The
. Relief Loan Deadline Sept. 30 '.! ".. ''t. !l.' 1. 'f.1o1';'. which have been handed down Immediate Answers usual $10,000 personal'
.
.,"t.f:1t'. ,
,. ... ".:it. through the years.
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": ,.. '' : .. The DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Staff Are
The Farmers Home Ad- Green Cove Springs, before .... ,7 .I 1 '1f! l' ..... t. Admission to the 250-acre liability policy is no longer
ministration is continuing to the close of business Sept. 30, J L.... m 1 I. Memorial Center will be$3 for Prepared To utave Immediately To Answer Your adequate. Can the CharleyE.

accept applications and 1977 adults, for all day, and Call. Johns Agency increasemy
process emergency loans in Applications will not be accepted 'f' children under 15 years of age Comprehensive
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the 35 counties in North and 1977. after September 30, -. -c-r: ,r will be charged $1. DeWitt C. Jones Benton Futch Personal Liability to I
FmliA #
West Florida Acting 100000.even $1,000,000for I
State Director, John D.
Carver Jr. said today. Recycling StopsSet Harold Johnson just a "few dollars more
Farmers and ranchers in premium?

Bradford County, may be For Sept. DeWitt Ce Jones Charley E.
eligible to receive an -

Farmers emergency Home loan Administration from the- Citizens of Bradford Countyarea i The eyes of an owl cannot Funeral Home JOHNS AGENCY

if they sustained production are receiving 17 cents a move in their sockets so the Slarke Keystone Hgts.
or physical losses as a pound from Reynolds .e6W bird must turn its head 064-6200 473-3170 131 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE
result of the severe drought Aluminum Recycling Com- from side to side to see PHONE 9645070"OUT
which began in the 1976 crop pany for their clean, house-

year which ended on hold aluminum. ....... .. .
December 31, 1976 and-or During September, the 0.
during the period Jan. 1, 1977 mobile aluminum recycling 1S. e :
,
through Sept. 30, 1977. Those unit will be in front of the TG t GOINGS
who suffered losses and needan & Y store, every Tuesday
emergency loan to assist from 9:30: a.m. to 11 a.m. to
them in recovering from their purchase aluminum from the OF BUSINESSCONTINUES ',
losses may apply for such a public. S'e
loss at the Farmers Home

Administration Office at Reynolds pays 17 cents a

pound for aluminum beveragecans 6Cb
and other clean house-
WE GOWEIJ! hold aluminum items such as '
9 :,
pie plates, foil,frozen food and .
The Telegraph did not dinner trays, and dip, puddingand ,:
publish notice of the secondtax meat containers.
increase hearing held by .
the Bradford County Com- "

mission on Wednesday, Aug. CORRECTION!
31, at 8 p.m. in the county WITH GREATER REDUCTIONS

courthouse.The A portion of a school board
advertisement, required story that appeared in the
by Florida law to be Telegraph August 18, was TABLES TABLES OF GREAT
published was submitted to misleading and needs
The Telegraph office two clarification according to
weeks prior to the Aug. 25 Bradford County health BUYS REDUCED AGAIN
publication date County Clerk director Dr. Jeffrey Rubin. h
Gilbert Brown personally delivered All Bradford County Health
the copy to the newspaper Departemnt services are not
office at the same time offered regardless of income. A seat of learning Is usually thought of as a center for higher
he delivered copy for the tax Most services are available to learning, but In the case of these Bradford High School studentsit LADIES LADIES SHOES '
increase advertisement for medically indigent only. Is orientation lime
the first tax increase hearing However, preschool physi- BUS Principal Charles Francis said on (the opening day of ,-"
held Wednesday, Aug. 24, at 8 cal exams athletic physicals classes Monday, August 29. he delivered.a "sermon" and was LINGERIE .
p m. in the courthouse.The immunizations and venereal "real pleased with the response." Francis said he expects REDUCED AGAIN
Telegraph staff failed to disease and tuberculosis "tremendous student progress"if the next 118 days go as well a* h"'!, "
the first REDUCED AGAIN ; (
notice the date change in the diagnosis and treatment are two.
second piece of copy, thinking available to the general public
it a duplicate advertisingorder without regard to income ,< 'J" TO $790 -
of the Aug. 24 hearing status said Dr. Rubin. .
Therefore, notice of the Athletic physicals are arranged l'llW QU'Q4' L I
BEGJOMll' (
(
second published.The .hearing was not appointment through only.the school by GROp TWO GREAT BUYS ON \ I' $588 & $400

Telegraph apologizesfor The Telegraph regrets any / /
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the error. inconvenience the misunderstanding -r LADIES GOWNS __...:,..-:. .u /
The Editor may have I' .
ED GREEN '
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EARNESTLY SOLICITS YOUR VOTE 1 ;;
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., W* Use The Famous Von Schrader On September 13. It7 .- .0 _
Dry Foam Method, No Heavy Walling
No OdorCarpet If elected I pit-dice! my vote on issues to represent "
MEN'S DRESS
the. of BOY'S REG. & SLIM
majority
Ready For use The Sam DsySttltfutiM people concerned and in the best interestsof //la
the City, of Starke.WELL.

OiarirtnJ Thank You. I PANTS 1Q9 PANTS $490 : ,

Call For Free Estimate 964-8312 Values To2200 '

Sizes 8-12 ,
Stark Si.l" Ciirtir MEN'S

218 E Call SI Starke,, FIs Cll.ll1i! l. nszwMJmJl' ALL TIES

MEN'S PULL OVER
DRILLINGSales Values To I8
BELTS ._
& Service SHIRTS Sizes 8.20 rS s4 i.1,
$390
RUSSELL CONTRACTING CO.
Drilling 4 to 16"
2131 Dennis Or Orange Park, fit 32013 $390
"Serving You For 0 Years"ALL 'If it don't flow you don't owe. Clip On 2"a & 380 Values fo '8 $390 r rf

ALUMINUM MAINTENANCE FREE CONSTRUCTION Residential, Commercial, Home and. Farm me-
VINYL WINDOWS AVAILABLE.

FREE ESTIMATES. CALL 269-1200 'II skMOBILE HOME r MEN'S S890 Pr, BOY'SDRESS ;

UTILITY HOOK-UP PANTS dAeg1" SHIRTS .

WATER WELL
1\
SEPTIC TANK ELECTRICAL BOXER $290

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I We use All equipment lcenssd ot Y-SHIRTS SHORTS

Sto-Rite, pumps radio, dispatched banded 8 ,insured \ I-SHIRTS BOV'S' I
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e September I. 1977 TELEGRAPH Cage 13 ;

BROOKER IN BRIEF ..
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DOUGLAS CEMETFRY: By Jeanette Prescott weeks. The others returned .
CLEANINGThe Phone: 483-1715 home Sunday, Aug. 28. f''
G f3TC i,: 1 a kn w t l
annual Douglas ? I
Cemetery cleaning, in Nor. held Saturday, Aug. 20. It wasa PERSONALSMrs.
thwest Union County, was joyous occasion, being with f'J.
our relatives and old friends. Lucille Baxter and son
Some distant relatives who attended Charles of Jacksonville, J..
from Brooker, Mr. and visited Mrs. Lula Mae Baxter,,,
SPECIALBAND Mrs. A.I. Mann, and his sister, Thursday and Friday, Aug. 18
Mrs. Mildred Green. Their and 19. Mr. Kelmer Baxter of I
paternal grandmother, Aunt Louisiana accompanied by his 1I 1
Francis Mann, was my grand aunt, Mrs Vera Cellon, of
father's, Mr James Gainesville visited her, Mr
sister. Then when Ciemons'l and Mrs. Ronnie Harlon and
over we had car trouble and daughter of Jacksonville
INSTRUMENT hud to pull our car back to visited her Monday, Aug. 22, I
Brooker, as the starter in the afternoon.Mr. .
wouldn't work. Before we got 1
all the way home the car that and Mrs. Mike Emeryof Y'r ,
TRIAL was pulling ours had trouble.So Quincy, newly weds, visited p rr y 'itA
we really had bad luck. But their grandmother, Mrs. Eva !
we managed to get throughthe Harrell, Friday through
weekend. And not miss Sunday, Aug. 19 .21. Saturday
PLANfor anything really important. they all took a trip around Salt
Springs, visiting with old
friends, and returned by .
Palatka and visited where, 4
beginnersSchool I'OWLEII Pit ESCOTT Mike lived when he was
REUNIONThe younger Then Sunday before
the Emery's returned home, xl ''bay j' ,
Fowler Prescott they all attended Chruch
Reunion held at the Com services at New River Baptist
munity Center in Brooker Church. J

didn't have as we'd as many hoped.participants The- : ;c '
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Prescotts had more than the Mrs. Linda Davis visited !
Fowlers, all told about 40 at her aunt, Mrs. Eva Harrell, on ..
tended. Mrs. Ruby Williams, her way home to Tallahasseeon F. I'I'J
of Plant City, came early Monday, Aug. 22, after
Sunday morning in time to being in Tampa with her
attend church services at mother, Mrs. Donnie Ed-
Rrooker Baptist Church. She wards, while she underwent L

was accompanied by Mrs. surgery on Wednesday, Aug. .p Nrr; 1 yt .
Jeanette Prescott 17. She's improving nicely. J
at the night r I Ij
services. When the Ginns Mrs. Ella Harrell of St. + J
for home Petersburg visited relatives in
-
departed Laurens,
S C.. Monday, Aug. 22, Mrs. Brooker Sunday, Aug. 21, Mrs.Joan Miller Seize was trapped in her car for over 45 minutes while men the car rolled end over end comlne : J
Ruby Williams accompanied through Thursday 25 which worked to pry the doors so she could be removed. Mrs. Solze had lost control of the Regional Hospital with bruises to rest nn itt them. She plans to spend a included Mr. and Mrs. as she was west bound on SR16. She hit a culvert and a telephone pole before belt at the time or the accident. and lacerations. She was wearing a seat j
Malcolm Harrell
Mr. and
bands are startingnow week or so with them. Even .
so have your child though they had to borrow a Mrs. John Neighbors, also
ask his school band car in order to make it to Lake Mrs. Eva Harrell.
director which instrumenthe Butler in time Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ambus Ginn of
Laurens, S.C. visited relativesin
Paul Prescott and
should play. Then bring Johnny at.
Brooker, Friday, Aug. 19.
him in to choose from our tended their cousin's, Mrs.
Monday, Aug. 22. While they
complete stock of famous Ruby Lee Henry's, funeral
name Band Instruments Monday afternoon at 2. It's too were here they attended the
designed especially for bad that cancer stills claimsso Douglas Cemetery cleaning.

lives. Sat. 20, with the Paul
students. many
Prescotts. They all attendedthe Is it
Fowler and Prescott rr tli
KING SELMER-BUNDY Mr. and Mrs. Alton Nichols, Family Reunion at the Com- r5 ,y irk
CLEVELAND
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CONNARTLEYMAC'S accompanied by their munity Center in Brooker, 4
children. Adrian and Kitty Sunday, Aug. 21. rjltr +
Johnson and baby daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Benny Hunter
MUSIC SHOP
Tracy of Lakeland arrivedfor and baby son stopped by their
222 N. Temple [ a visit with their sister, aunt's and uncle's, Mr. and
Starke :Mr and Mrs Paul Prescott, Mrs. Paul Prescott, on their r
964.7391 Saturday Aug. 27. Mrs way to Tampa, from Alberta,
8.27.9.9 :Nichols: plans to spend two Canada, Saturday, Aug. 20.



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Buddy (Hardy (center) escaped serious Injury when his truck over turned on through the rear window of the truck. Hardy was charged with careless drh-ing in I
your phone calls US 301 Sunday evening Hardy and his passenger Natalie Graudons escaped the accident.




pays off? Four Hurt In Traffic AccidentsBradford LEGALSCALL


County was SR-16 west of Starke, struck a before hitting the pole and Starke, managed to get out of
plagued by traffic accidentsthis culvert, clipped a telephone rolling. the truck by crawling out the FOR BIDS
week with four residents pole and rolled over. Telephones were knockedout broken back window. Sealed bids will/ be received by
Continental has valuable tips to help you save receiving injuries. The highway patrol in the area so rescue units Hardy was charged with the City Council of the City of
Joan Miller Solze was injured reported the car traveled 108 were called via CB radio to the careless driving. Hampton, Fla. until 8.00 p.m.
on long distance calls. Plan to call direct during Monday afternoon when feet after striking the culvert scene. Hardy received several cuts September 14, 1977 at which
and travelled another Witnesses said the and bruises and Graudon two time and place all bids received
she lost control of her car on 348 feet car
off-hours after five in the evening or on rolled end over end before fractured ribs.Fouryearold. will be publicly opened and read

weekends when discounts are highest. Plan what coming to rest on its roof in Traci Bell of aloud on the following item:
the driveway of Olin's Mobile 706 MacMahon St., Starke was Persons to check for decayed
you want to say, then jot it down. Tell your party Home Park. injured when she ran into the limbs and trim large oak trees.
. Sttanrtt c Jh1ceIr Mrs. Solze was trapped in path of a car driven by Luke The City Council reserves the
your call is Long Distance. Advanced planningcan the car over 45 minutes whilea DeSue of 407 Georgia St. in right to accept or reject any or all
rescue unit, highway patrol Starke as he was travellingeast bids.
cut time and costs. Telephone service and passers-by worked to pry on Weldon St. City Council
ff the door and remove her. Mrs. Bell reported Traci The City of HamptonBy I
( ) open
to be save lrJigJh1tt
continues a bargain. Helping you '
She was taken to Bradford had no broken bones but :Mary Lee Allen,

an important part of Continental's job. County Hospital and tran- received very bad abrasionson City Clerk.
sferred to North Florida her side and head from the 9/1 2tchg 918NOTICE
r Ti i iIt Regional Hospital in accident.No .
Gainesville. She received charges were filed.
(c\J.:: Continental Telephone SystemAn several bruises and OF INTENTIONTO
lacerations but remarkaolyhad TAKE BIDS
Equal Opportunity Employer
Stores To YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
---=== no broken bones. Many
Just prior to the Solze accident the City of Hampton,
a Tampa man was Florida, will accept sealed bids d
I p'I''1 injured when his motorcycle Close MondayFor for the collection of garbage and I
p I collided with a car in front of trash.The Contract awarded/ will
I the Bradford County Court be for the term Oct. 1. 1977,
House. Labor DayA through September 30,' 1978. i r
Roger Lloyd Waight The Contract will provide the
received multiple fractures on following conditions:
his left leg when he collided check of local businesses
with Develyn Mathews of show most will be closed for 1. Garbage must be picked up
Melrose, as she was at. the Monday, September 5, once per week on the day set by
l.! .._1 tempting to turn left into the Labor Day holiday. the Sanitation Committee and
= = courthouse. All banks will be closed as the successful bidder. In case of
.r If4g 1 1I' 1o Mathews was charged with well as county and city rain, the garbage will be pickedup
failure to yield the right of government offices. on the next working day.
Shoppers will still be able to 2. Only' garbage in plastic

..,... way.Two Starke residents purchase food and drugs garbage bags will be picked up.
escaped serious injury early locally with the open All containers must be set in the
I I Sunday night when their pickup businesses keeping regular driveway or some other convenIent -
Ir truck overturned on US- i hours. place near the roadway. .
I 301 in front of Hardee's : The Bradford County
I Restaurant. Telegraph business office will 3. Trash (limbs, old tires,
.J,' L.- -.- +-- Police reported that not be open but news can be leaves etc.) will be picked up
"Buddy" Hardy of slipped under the door. once per week as arranged by
Stare was southbound onUS Chairman of the city zoning the successful bidder and the
-301 when he lost controlof .board AI Crosby said the Sanitation Committee. AD limbs
.. his truck and it rolled over. regular planned meeting of cut to a maximum of four feet In

.... Hardy and his passenger, that board Monday has been length, all trash must be placedby
the side of the road.
Natalie Graudons, also of cancelled.

Now, you can modernize your kitchen
4. If the Job is not done satisfactorily -,
with this beautiful new 66", cabinet $299VAUGHNJOHNSON the Sanitation
for the low of.. .
introductory price FUQUAY'S Committee) will warn the successful
This new PLAZA ONE series CARPET CLEANING bidder in writing If not
from Kitchen Kompact has the rich corrected promptly the Contract -

,. beauty of deep-grained oak with the will be considered
STEAM CLEANING OR SHAMPOOINGFREE breached, and the next bidder In.
I II rugged durability of Durlum. Handsome DEODORIZERWITH line will be notified. t ti
brass pulls and self-closing hinges CLEANING
compliment this handsome cabinet DEPENDABLE SERVICE 6. The Qty reserves the right y
= = making it America's f 1 Cabinet Value. to reject any and all bide.

Come for QUALITY WORK
see yourself.
FREE ESTIMATES Bids must be tumid Into the
CALL TODAY sty Clerk by 8:00: p.m., Sept 14,-

-. s :, y- = zi- : CO. 1977. All bkfc must be MeleeS
L 9441591 and wfl be opened at the regular..

140 S. Thompson St. Comer Of S.R 100 ALSO TILE FLOOR Oty Council Meeting- -Sept-14.,

7ff 964-5711 StarKe, Fla,"".. \: STRIPPING A RE-WAXINO 1977. t.., t
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES St. John's Missionary LAWTEY
Baptist: Sunday School 10 LAWTEY LITTLE LEAGUE the weekend with her arents. Mosely of Highland were afternoon. While In town he

Church of God: Sunday a.m.; Worship Services 11 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Whaley and Sunday dinner guests of their also called on Miss Arthurine

School 10 a.m.; Worship Ser a.m. and 3 p.m. on second and Lawtey Little League By Elizabeth Terry daughters of Tampa.Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Blanchard.
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; fourth Sundays. Prayer Bandon Association will meet Thurs Phone: 782.3300 and Mrs. W.S. Crews Teston. Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Me-
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Monday at noon. day Sept. 8 at 7 p.m. at Sr. of Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schwartz Clellan and daughter Mrs.
7:30p.m.: ; YPE Friday at 7:30: school. Interested persons are FIRE DEPARTMENT fleers are: 2nd Sergeant their mother Mrs. Pierce and Lone Ann of Sarasota Margie Reddish visited their
p.m. invited to attend. NEWS Charles Carter; 1st Sergeant, Crews, on Wednesday af were Thursday to Saturday mother Mrs. W.H. Hall of

Evergreen Baptist : Smyrna Missionary Carl Norman; Lieutenant J.S. ternoon. guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Jacksonville on Sunday af-
Sunday School 10 a.m. Baptist: Sunday School 10 SCHOOL NEWS LVFD Ladies Auxiliary Waters; Captain Danny Charles Dobbs of Waters. ternoon.

Worship Services 11 a.m. and; a.m.; Worship Services 11 sponsored a covered dish Waters; Assistant Chief Don Jacksonville visited his Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Robertson -

7 p.m.; Training Union 6 p.m.; a.m. and 7 p.m.; BTS 5:45: Lawtey Elementary openedon dinner at the fire station Brown; Chief Russell grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. V.A. Nicholsof were Sunday dinner
p.m. ; Prayer Meeting with enrollmentof Saturday Miscally ; Secretary- Arlie Dobbs on Saturday Starke of their
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at at 7 Monday an evening with more were Friday evening guests daughter, Mrs.
7 p.m. Wednesday p.m. 337 students grades K7. than 20 persons attending. Mr. Treasurer, Jim Bowman. afternoon. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Edith Swinney, ot Jackson
Faith Baptist Radio This year there are four new and Mrs. Wilbur Cox were LVFD is looking for new Henry Hodges and children Pearson. ville.
faculty members.All special guests and members used-to-be- attended the Stock Car Racesin
Program on WPXE 8 a.m. on prospective
Mr. and
Sunday; Bible School 10 a.m. Mrs. Leslie parents are encouragedto members. members to become active Jacksonville on Saturday Mrs. Jack Wainwright of
; Prevatt Gail
and
sons Brian again and inactive membersto night.
become Tallahassee
Worship Services at 11 a.m. knowledgeableabout was a Friday LEGALSIN
and 6 p.m.; Prayer Meeting and Tracy along with Mr. and the Code of Conduct that Wilbur and Louise just builta begin coming to meetingsand Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson spent overnight guest of her mother-
Mrs.
Travis
Wednesday at 6:30: p.m. Prevatt spent the will be applied during the new home in Strawberry social functions. the weekend with her son-in- in-law, Mrs. Truby Wain- THE CIRCUIT COURT,
Grace United Methodist: Visitors week at Kingsley Lake. school year. Parental Acres, having moved here LVFD meetings are the 2nd law and daughter Mr. and wright. Her grandson David EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF

Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; !Mrs. Hazel during the week were cooperation is a major step in from Jacksonville. Wilbur is and last Tuesdays each Mrs. Robert Smith and Wainwright went home. with FLORIDA IN AND FOR
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Bradley and son maintaining good school employed by the Jacksonville month. Ladies Auxiliary family. his mother after spending the BRADFORD COUNTY.
J.C., Mr. Randy Harley Mr, Fire meeting is the 3rd of Those the wed-
attending
7:30: p.m.; Choir Practice at 7 and discipline. Department and Louise Monday summer with his grand CIVIL ACTION
Mrs.
Sam
p.m. and MYF 7:30: p.m. on other Pacchioli and Parents are asked to visit works for the Duval County each month. ding of Miss Alice Atwood of mother.Mr. CASE NO.77-366
friends.
Tuesday. A very enjoyable the school whenever possibleand School Board. Starke and Mike Clance, of RONALD J. BIRT, Husband,
United Methodist Women week was spent. They become familiar with the Welcome, PERSONALSMiss Keystone Heights at the First Plaintiff
returned home neighbors.New and Mrs. James Waters
Saturday of class work that t is Baptist Church of Keystone
type
met at the home of Mrs. required vs
afternoon. Billie Doreen Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schwartz -
Hubert Priest with Miss of the students. Fire Heights Saturday night were: (KATHERINE A. BIRT, Wife,
Department of- a week with the Withers and Lone Ann visited
Arthurine Blanchard as ._._..... ._.. ....._._._...._. _._._._._._._._............... spent Mrs. Onie Thornton Mrs. C.D. Defendant
hostess. on Tuesday co- ----ouuou------ .ou.---- -U n- mu'uuUUUUm.......-........................-.....--......................................... in Tallahassee.Mr. Sellers, and Mrs. Althie Mr. and Mrs. Michael Waters
morning and family of Middleburg on
with 16 ladies present. Mrs. and Mrs. Tim Wilkersonand Parrish, of Auburndale. From NOTICE OF SUIT
Thursday night.
George Roberts Sr. presidedand I 1 family spent Saturdayand Union Springs Ala., were Mr. and Mrs. Freddie NO PROPERTY
Community News Mrs. Ruth Rivers Mrs. Carl
also gave the devotional.Mrs. Sunday at Silver Springsand Peterson and family of KATHERINE: A. BIRT:
Hyman and son, Greg. From
Francis Hamilton was in Six Gun Territory near Pierson spent the weekend YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
Jacksonville, Mrs. Higdon and
charge of the program. After an action for Dissolution of
I Ocala. with their sister Mrs. Darlene
I daughter. From Danville Va.
the meeting adjourned Marriage has been filed
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shinn Norman, and sons and their againstyou
refreshments were served. In SCHOOL NEWS By Elizabeth Walker Dewey Taylor delivering the and family returned from Mrs. Lillie DeBoe. From brother-in-law and sister Mr. Katherine A. Birt, 4125
honor of Mrs. Wilma Wain- Phone message; YPWW 5:30: ; Bible Starke was Mrs. Iva Weathers St. Salem, Oregon,
: 964-6683 their home in Charlotte N.C. and Mrs. Carl Norman and
School bells Band Tuesday 7:30 McKinney, and Mrs. Pierce
wright's birthday Mrs. Priest rang for : ; Prayer where 97308 and you are required to
Bradford County children activity. and Pastoral Teaching Friday Thursday they spent Crews of Lawtey. sons.
had a birthday cake which serve a copy of your written
the past two weeks. Their Elizabeth Smith has been
was part of the refreshments. Monday, Aug. 29. Smiling night 7:30.: W.F. Charlie Sims of Jacksonville defenses if any to it, on theplaintiff's
father Shinn also of visiting her uncle and aunt
faces were greeted by the CHURCH NEWS Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. visited Mr. and Mrs. Arlie
Next
meeting will be Sept. 6th attorney, whose name
Charlotte, N.C. came home Capt. and Mrs. Russel Lines of
Church Choir rehearsal Dobbs af-
teachers : on
at the church. for the 1977-78 school Wednesday and address is
is First Born Church of God Wednesday night 8 with them and will spend two te-noon. Sumter S.C. She will spend a
Highland Baptist: Sunday year. Everyone working fora : p.m.; George H. Pierce
School 10 a m.: Worship Ser- successful school year.N.ACP.MEETING. Tuesday 7:45: Prayer Service; Sunday School 10 a.m.; Com weeks.Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Mr. and Mrs. Daniel !Masseyand week. and with Mrs.her Wm.grandparents.Col. Wilson and. P.O. Drawer 1030
Friday 7:45: Tarrying Service munion Service 11 a.m. sons Daniel and Douglas
vices 11 a m. and 7 p.m.; ; Starke Florida 32091
Barnes
and family spent then will start to a private
; second and fourth Sundays Philadelphia Baptist: of Naples. spent the weekend ,
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at and file the original with the
school in Jacksonville.
regular pastoral day. Sunday Sunday School 10 a.m. A Tuesday to Thursday visiting with their father. Elder A.E.
7:30: p m.Laura relatives clerk of the above styled courton
Baptist : Sunday The regular meeting of the school 10:30: ; Morning Wor- Mission program will be held in Shelbyville Ky. Massey. His grandson Daniel Keeffee Harrel of or before October 31. 1977:
Friends of Mrs. Jacksonville visited Mr. and
School 10 a m.; Worship Ser Bradford County Branch ship 11:30: ; Y.P.C.W. 6 p.m.; Sunday 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Sidney Massey, will live with his otherwise a judgement may be
Hansen learn Mrs. Fred
to that Moore
vices 11 a m. and 7:30: p.m. ; NAACP will be held Sept. 20. Evening Worship 7:45.: Greater Allen Chapel: she is regret in granddad and attend Santa Fe on SaturdayLEGALS entered against you for the relief
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at The place will be announcednext Visitors are always welcome. Tuesday night 7:30: Prayerand a patient Bradford Jr. College in Gainesville. demanded in the complaint or
7:30: p.m.Northside. week. Pleasant Grove United Class Meeting; Friday County Hospital. Our prayersare Friends of Carl Prevatt are petition.

Baptist: Sunday Methodist: Every first and night Lovefeast 7:30: ; Sunday with her. Lotysh and son happy to learn that he returned WITNESS my hand and .the

School 10am.. Worship Ser- Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. will second Monday night. Young School 10 a.m.; 11 and 5 p.m. William Mrs. Mary sold their home here home from Alachua seal of said Court on August 26,
vices 11 a.m. and 7 meet Sept. 8, at 8 p m. in the Adult Choir rehearsal is held. Communion Service. General Hospital, Gainesville 1977.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday p.m.at Masonic Hall on Brownlee Every Tuesday night Young Stewardess Board No. 2 will and Palm have Beach gone to live.back to West on Friday. He has improved a NOTICE OF SHERIFFSSALE GILBERT S. BROWN As Oerkof
7pm. Street with a covered dish Junior Choir is held. Wed- serve. little since coming home. said Court
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Talley Mrs. Lillie DeBoe of Danville Notice Is hereby given that I,
supper. All members are nesday night Prayer Meeting. By: Beulah M. Moody As
urged to cooperate with this Thursday night Bible Study 7. Notice: The ladies will sell and son returned from their .Va and Mrs. C.D. Sellersof Dolph E. Reddish; as sheriff of Deputy Clerk
All meetings are scheduled for dinners from the kitchen vacation Thursday. They Auburndale spent the Bradford County Florida, under 9/1 4tchg 9/22
7:30.: Sunday School 10 a.m.; Saturday beginning at 11:30.: visited in Houston, Texas and weekend with their sister, and by virtue of Writ of Execution -
Morning\ Worship 11 a.m.; 3 All members are asked to cooperate while there they attended a Mrs. Pierce Crews. to-wit:
P1 Communion Service. with this activity. football game in the Mrs. Selita Lee and Execution Issued out of
; p.m. NOTICE
.,,.4.s. Mt. Morlah: Prayer Astrodome. They visited relatives daughter Michele of County Court of Bradford
: : SILVER STRAND CITIZENS in Pasadena Texas and Jacksonville County. Florida pursuant to a
\ spent Saturdaywith
Meeting Tuesday night 7:30
: : ; Julius D. Eunice will not be
other of interest in the
points Michele's Final Judgement for Town
Wednesday night Choir rehearsal grandparents
incurred
responsible for debts by
: 7:30: ; Sunday School The Silver Strand CitizenswillmeetThursdaySept. area.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pearson.Mr. Finance Company of Starke other than myself.
9:30:' ; Morning Worship 11 15, 8 Hester Hicks was a and Mrs. CharlesLEGALS Florida, and against Frank E. & anyone Julius D. Eunice
a.m. Visitors are always p.m. in the recreation centeron Saturday overnight guest of Mary Gwen Dickinson defendants
ZQE4TD6 welcome. Florida Street. All senior her sister', Mrs. O.J. Anders. in the amount of $589.98 210 N. St. Clair St

Off Free Canaan Church: Rev. citizens are invited to be Mrs. Daisy Boch and Miss and interest together with costs Starke Fla. 32091

Sampson White will observethe present. Lynn Whaley of_Starke spent of collection. 8/18 4tchg 9/8
pastor's anniversary Have seized and have In my
Any Strawberry Flavored Product
beginning Monday Aug. 29 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR possession the following described .
through Sept. 4. Monday night OFFICIAL BALLOT BRADFORD COUNTY personal property to-wit:

Free Strawberry Patch Waldo Church was in charge. FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION.IN 1966 Plymouth 4 dr Sedan NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
Tuesday night Philadelphia FIRST PRIMARY I.D. No. RL41B67293421 REGISTER

Pocket With Purchase Baptist was in charge. RE: ESTATE OF Tag. No. 1138591As FICTITIOUS NAME

Wednesday night Greater DOROTHY B. WHITE Pursuant to Section 86509
Of Allen Chapel was in charge. GENERAL ELECTION Deceased the property of the above Florida Statutes notice is here.
Anything
Strawberry Sunday 3 p.m. Rev. L.R. named defendant and that on by given that the undersigned

Davis and congregation will Starke Bradford County Florida File Number 77-383-CP Monday. the 19th day of Walter & Dianne Westcott. KOA
,
be in charge. Sunday School 10 Division 1.2685 September 1977 at twelve Campground. P.O. Box 173.
a.m., 11 a.m. Free Canaan September 13. 1977 o'dock Noon on said day on the Starke, Florida. 32091 doing
will be in charge. NOTICE OF premises of the Bradford CountyJail business, under the firm name of
.pp'fDA.'Yt'Eny Monday & Tuesday New Bethel I will offer for sale and sell "
Baptist: C Initials of Issuing ADMINISTRATIONTO "HAPPY HOE FARMS,
_
Wednesday night 7:30: Prayer >\ Official to the highest bidder for cash in Crawford ft Starling Rd.
11 \ \. hand. the above described ,
Meeting and Bible Study; S ALL PERSONS HAVING ike Bradford County,
illililrrHAMBURGER.. .. ..... ..25C Sunday School 9:30: ; Sept. 11th CLAIMS OR DEMANDS property of said defendant to Honda, 32091 intends to

\4Hjpr FRENCH FRES| .. .. .. .. .. .....25' is Family will Day.be held This observance --------. ------- AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE satisfy the aforesaid Execution. register said fictitious name
"ORLL. 11 aim AND ALL OTHER PERSONS under the ptovisions of aforesaid
Rr-< DQ SHAKE..25' and 3 p.m. All members are .'---------------------------------- INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff btdtute.
T9.'ALE DQSINDAE asked to cooperate. Saturday Signature of ElectorOFFICIAL YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Bradford County Florida Walter & Dianne Westcott,
.. 25' Mt. Sinai Auxiliary Mis- the administration of the owners.
sionary and Education con- estate of DOROTHY B. WHITE 8/254tchg 915NOTICE Dated this seventh day of
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vention will hold a luncheon at deceased. File Number 77-383- July, AD. 1977 at Starke

New Bethel Saturday Sept. 3' CP is pending in the Circuit Florida. R/25 tod 9/15)
FROZEN DAIRY DESSERT at 3 p.m. All members are Court for Bradford County OF INTENTIONTO

Q.\ asked to cooperate. Florida Probate Division the REGISTER
o& 1R IA li! 'HIMl I ONSTRAWBERRY Ebenezer Baptist : BALLOT address of which is Post Office FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
Tuesday night 8 p.m. Bible Drawer B. Starke, Florida 32091. Pursuant to Section 866.09

Study; Thursday night Prayer FIRST PRIMARYGENERAL The personal representative of Florida Statutes notice is FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME
'fJJ. CHOCOLATEW Meeting\ 7:30.: Sunday School the estate is VICTOR WILDE hereby given that the undersigned .

., VANILLA 10 a m. whose address is 5905 West Richard A. Jordan P.O. Pursuant
.eJ Greater Bethlehem ELECTION 12th Court Hialeah Florida. The Box 1256 Starke, Florida 32091 Florida to Section 865.09
6-PACKS Freewill: Monday night is name and address of the personal and Joseph A. Jordan. P.O. Box Statutes, notice ishereby

PINTS clean up night each week. Starke, Bradford County, Florida) representative's attorneyare 1479, Live Oak, Florida 32060 given Donald that the undersigned
P.O.
Hurst. Box
Tuesday night is Prayer set forth below. doing business under the firm 187
CUPS Meeting. Wednesday night September 13,1977 name of "JORDAN AGENCYAT Whitehouse, Florida. 32220.

Senior Choir rehearsal. All persons having claims or STARKE," 864 N. Temple, doing business under the firm*
:: Thursday night Story Hour at Initials of Is- demands against the estate are Suite A, Starke, Bradford name of ""RIGHT-WAY OF

.. the church. Friday the Ushers N2 149S suing OfficialS required. WITHIN THREE County, Florida. 32091 intendsto FLORIDA. P.O. Box 187,
Board will sell pies from the MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF register said fictitious name Whitehouse Florida. 32220
Breakfast For Every TasteServed kitchen. Friday 6:30: Choir No. THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF under the provisions of aforesaid intends to register said fictitious

2 and Ushers Board No. 2 will ., THIS NOTICE, to file with the statute. name under the provisions of
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Daily From 6AM to 1 tAM 1 rehearse. Saturday Usher M"l E clerk of the above court a Richard A. Jordan Joseph A. aforesaid statute
Board No. I will sell dinners written/ statement of any daim Jordan. owners. Donald Hurst owner.
Eggs, Ham, Bacon Sausage, Nashbrowns from the kitchen. Saturday 5p.m. or demand they many have. Dated this 25th day of Dated this 18th day of August,
the Little Church will Each claim must be in writing August A.D. 1977, at Starke, A.D. 1977 at Starke, Florida.
Grits & Buttermilk Biscuits meet with Mrs. Lee. Florida. 8/184tpd 9/8
Saturday ----- ------------------ and must indicate the basis for
6 p m. Sunday School teachers the claim. the name and addressof 8/25 4tpd 9/1R'

WE meeting. 7:30: Tiny Tots re the creditor or his agent or NOTICE
in Starke hearsal. Sunday is pastoral OFFICIAL BALLOT attorney. and the amount IN THE CIRCUll COURT: FOR I I. Charles J. Schaefer Mayor-

day claimed. If the claim is not yet BRADFORD COUNTY. Commissioner of the City of

HAVELJ.tI1)b 964 7478 Church of God In Christ: FIRST PRIMARY due. the date when it will FLORIDA Starke. Florida by virtue of the

Sunday School 9:30: Morning become due shall be stated. If CIVIL ACTION: Authority vested to me by law.
_ _140 I N Temple Ave. Worship 11:30: with; Minister GENERAL ELECTION the daim is contingent or unli Case No. 77-367 do hereby call a First Primary

quidated, the__nature of the Election to be held at the Fire
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Starke uncertainty shall be stated. If the IN RE: The Marriage of Station In the foresaid Oty by
Bradford County, Florida claim is secured the security PETER SAMUEL ALOGNA qualified voters on Tuesday

YOU CANNOT September 13,1977 shall be described. The claimant Husband September 13, 1977 A.D., for
AFFORD NOT
shall deliver sufficient copies of and the purpose of electing the
the claim to the clerk to enable MARTHA GLADYS ALOGNA. following officers
:
T 0 INSULATE YOUR HOME NOW To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot, the clerk to mail one copy to Wife. CITY CLERK. TWO YEARS

mark a cross (IX) in the square at the RIGHT of the name of the each personal representative. POLICE CHIEF. TWO YEARS

Cellulose Insulation Is Proven To Give More R Factor person for whom you desire to vote. All persons interested in the NOTICE OF SUIT ONE COMMISSIONER GROUP
.. TO: PETER SAMUEL
estate to whom a copy of this ALOGNA 2. TWO YEARS
: Notice of Administration has CIO Mrs. Yvonne Alogna ONE COMMISSIONER GROUP
: IL CITY CLERK been mailed are required, 182 Noble Street 4. TWO..YEARSINSPECTORS
: Than FiberglassAWALL
\ I For Two Years! VoteForOne WITHIN THREE MONTHS West Haven Connecticut 06516
FROM THE DATE OF THE FOR SAID
& CEILINGS INSULATED
: FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS YOU ARE HEREBY ELECTION:

I '. -- *SAVE ON ELECTRICITY MERRILL EDWARDS n I I NOTICE to file any objections NOTIFIED. that an action for
Support and Child ELLA
: 30% In Many Cases they may have that challengethe Custody MAE CHASTAIN
r validity of the decedent's Without Dissolution of Marriagehas ANNIE P. HOLTON

I .( ,.. NON-TOXIC .. FIRE RETARDANT CHIEF OF POLICE will. the qualifications of the been fled against you and RUBY HOWELL
personal representative, or the you are required to serve a copy PEGGY SHALLERANN
We Also r / For TwoYears Vote For One venue or Jurisdiction of the of your written defense. if any. WOODS
_ court. to it on RICHARD E. WELTY SHELLIE GERLE
Have I .1 ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS Attorney for Petitioner whoso BARBARA VALINSKI

C- SEAMLESS ____________________ JIMMY BOWEN AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO address is I 114 N. Walnut Street KENNETH STRUTH
FILED WILL BE FOREVER Post Office Box 995, Starka IRMA BUFORDALTERNATES
::: ALUMINUM BARRED. Florida 32091, and file the) .

SIDING Rolled-On< ) Job IISSIONERGROUP2 Date of the first publication of original with the Clerk of the FOR SAID

this Notice of Administration above-styled Court on or before
:. ELECTION:
Is Your Home Brick Or Block ? Overhangs Done No Painting! For Two Years Vote For One September 1. 1977. September 26. 1977 otherwise a MARGARET WILLIAMS i
r Judgment may be entered MRS. R.O.
The way t.. buy Inaulatlon l I. by lie fl-Uctor (reelatance to Heet tranefer). And Inch lot Inch our E DW A R D N. G R E E N 1 n I VICTOR WILDE against you for the relief DANSBY
| celluloae fiber givea you a better fl-laetor than glan liber. For Inalane' you would need 7 Inche ol I Aa Personal l Representative of demanded in the Petition. In Testimony

glaa fiber to much the R-factor of |lust 4 Inch. of celluloae liber. Plu. cttlulote doean't aettle or II the Estate of DOROTHY B. WITNESS my hand and the subscribe whereof. I hereunto
Irritate' your akin. And If* UL Llated and V A. and F.H A. Approved. Our Irtenda Florid* Power Light JOSEP H N. WARREN I WHITE Deceased. seal of the said Court on the22nd cause the Seal of my the name and
town to be
tell u* the! moat Florid home need.n R-factor Ol at Ie..' R-19 day of August, 1977. hereunto affixed this
the 2nd
GILBERT S. BROWNAS day
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL of August. 1977, A.D.
COMMISSIONER CROUP 4 REPRESENTATIVE CLERK OF THE SAID
Free EstimatesofouAlcl.llQII Licensed COURTBy Charles Schaefer:
Paul D. Newell
Locally Owned and Insured For Two Post Office Box 664 MeyorCommisslontrATTEST
p. Q. Box 788 Brownlse st. Years Votel"orOne
Keystone Heights Florida 32666 ; Beulah M. Moody. Deputy
Starke, Phone 533.2225 Jacksonville) Phone) 204-0210 Clerk. : Merrill Edwards.. Oty
VERNON SILCOX I nJ I Telephone: ((904)) 473-4923 ClerIc
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The oddof Cr-m-;;
recovering )
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Servicemen cataract are great Surgery FOR RENT HOMES FOR FOR SALE
can restore vision in 95 per- AUTOMOBILES USED SALE FOR SALE .

Darned Completes cent of cataract catei for - - .. _ _ _ I I NEW LOCATION!
Basic TrainingSan which it ia recommended. FORD WINDOW VAN 3 BEDROOM MOBILE FOUR BEDROOMS. 2 bath. JEWELRY. 1/3 to 1/2 off.Thursday COUCH AND CHAIR SALE kfr 205 N. TEMPLE

5s S Econollno 200. Good con HOME with air conditioning.Phono Living room, dining largo Friday, Saturday. '- 1169.95 up, Dahmer'e STARKE FLORIDA

Antonio Airman The odds are 1 in 20 that dition. 1200. ALSO.ear..r' %4.5261or 9648245. kitchen.furnished.. Furnished I acre, deep or well.un 544 W. Call St. Itchf 9/1. Discount.!, 2/3. ...!!/f!>-,-
your preschool child Buffers sale: Saturday. Sept. Itpd 9/1 -- -- -
REALFACTSON REAL ESTATEThe
Roger A. Barnett. whose from a vision problem. But 3, 345 N. St. Clair St., ... -.--- -- -- $13,600. Phone "73.2164.9/1 ADD ANOTHER BAH1A HAY Argentina,
parents are Mr. and Mrs. 2tpd 0/8 highly 'fertilized phone 964-
Starke. Phono 964-7221. LAKE "BEAUTIFUL
it be ON KINGSLEY HANGING:
can detected early and basis of a real estate transaction Is to tran.
Howard E. Barnett of --- --- -- 6071. 7/21 tt/ebg
Starke 91DODGE
with BASKET.
Itpd home
12x65 mobile Good
variety.
corrected. One aid In detection HOME sfer the ownership of a particular piece of property
OFFICE 11
been DBS. - -- - -
has assigned to KeeslerAFB. ---- --- -- screen porch washing Your choice. 3. Coma early
Miss., after completing is the Home Eye Test DART 1970 4. machine. Urge lot, dock. rooma,3bathi, W/W carpet, to Dempsey Motel. Phone MOBILE HOME LOT with from one person to another So why Is a real estate

Air Force basic training. available free by writing door slant 6. AlT, 1500negotiable. Available until Jane,. A/C huge lot, good 9647591. Itpd 9/1 well and optic tank. Small agent necessary, when he Is a third party A real'

During the six weeks to The National Society for Phone 964-7147 couples, no p.,.. residential area, yet close tobusinesses. - --- down payment.. Phone 468- estate agent Is necessary because he Is a very Interested .

at the Prevention of Blindneu, alter 6 p..... 8/25 2tpd 9/1 160month. Phone 533- Convert to apt. 1551. 8/9 TF/Chg third party. He has the knowledge the graspof
Lackland
AFB. Tex., the SN. 79 Madison Ave.. N.Y. 2468. 9/1 2tpd 9/8 or olllcea. 426 N. Walnut. SALE ON PLANTS Potted -- -- - the legal details and the personal concern for all
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airman studied the Air and .... ..
Force Phone 9644390. 9/1 2tpd 9/8 hanging Rooted PATIO COVERS: 10x20 for
1969 Chevrolet of his clients.
mission. organization and Impala 326 121 70 MH"with 3 BR r2 full --- --- - cuttings,etc.' Must bo sold at homo and mobile ho....
Good 2nd Cor... Call 964-6558
LOS1&FMJND Being real estate agent Is like being a lawyer a
customs and received special after 4:30 baths, furnished. Two acres.highway House with garage and largo ball price. Roass landscapeplanta 1199 In.talUd. 1159unloetallod.
p.m. or weekends. hibiscus, old bottle doctor or any professional man. He has a dedica.
instruction in human Itpd 9/1 100 West. Phone lot. Butler Rd.964-8084. 8/25 GATOR

.relations. Completion of this LOSTi Large orange half- -- -- -- 4962842. Itpd 9/1 2tpd 9/1 antiques, depression gLass, ALUMINUM Phone 372- tion to his profession, and his profession is one of
training earned the individual round front boat cuihloo. -- - -- - -- - crocks and juga. Come and 9767. 4620 N.W. 13th St., service to his fellow man.

credits towards an associate Lost on Cr011. Loop. If FOR SALE 1973 Dataun FURNISHED APART. NEW'1I0MES.: Low maintenance get them. CARNES GeineavlUe. 8/11 tl/chg Why not call or come by today? We are waiting to

applied science lound.eall964.51173.ltpd 9/1 400. Grsat gsa mileage have MENTi large rooma, nicely brick, 3 BR, 2 Bath NURSERYt 23 MIles S.E. of --- - serve you, to help you find the property that you
the degree - - - and buy for If.000. See at furnished. Utilities fur fireplace. Keystone area Starko at Florahome. Phone 'WATSON'S HOOSE OF need.

through Community Standard-Station, SR-100 & nished. Private entrance. above Keystone Oaks.. No 6592165. Itchg 91WEIMERANER VACUUMS many brands
College of the Air Force. - - -- -
MOTORCYCLESSUZUKI 21. Keystone Heights tfn/- Inquire at 603 E. Washington doling costs. Priced from PUPS 2 of now vacuums.' Used NEW LISTING P.aceandquietin Ear(ton. 4 BR, 1

Airman Barnett will now receive Avo. TF/chg 135.0110. Adams Builders. males, AKC. (50 each. machine available. Expert :.athi CH I A, fireplace; Pecans from S large trees
specialized in - - -- -
the air operations training field. OF STARKEpeer PERSONAL SERVICEWILL FOUR BEDROOM HOUSE tfehg 4732056 or 473.4078 8/18 Phone 9647173.. Itchg 9/1 accessories ropalra .11.makes.for all ParU vacuums and' pay the taxes. Economical well and 3 septic tanks.

nuthorlssd - --
Suzuki -
The airman is u 1977 on 80 acre farm. AvailableOct. - -- - CITIZEN" Built-in control vacuumyatona.
of Bradford dealer Phone 964-6020. 1640 BABYSIT In 1. ISO/month. Rent 404 NW 10th Are you the "discriminating" person with money to
graduate High Sooth Walnut my BY OWNER 3 BR 2 Bath COMPTOMETER.
(1301 couth In
School !St.rse.) .home. ..... to 4 p.m. Large adjustment for couple who CH/A Landscaped la Multiplies, uses Avenue, GatnoavOlo. Phone back up your taste for luxury, yet Informality? For
TF/Chg yard, quiet ro.... Griff can manage cattle herd Excellent condition. 24,000. excellent condition. tape 175. 3767410. TF/Chg YOU we have on Hampton Lake ((1)) Brick home
Depoc PromotedToljtmeCorporal -- -- -
SUZUKI: 1915. good" coo L..p.l.. Starke .1'... Plentyof and/or, maintain etc. Call and Jax,repairfences 268. Phone 964-5667. 8/18 4tpd Phone 782-3660 after 5 p.m. UTILITY BUILDINCSi.AU' with extra lot. complete with dock and Boathouse

dition. .less than 1,800 .11... 1666.."perl..9IHANDYMAN... Phone 431- 9372 .......d.'.. 9/1 2tpd 9/8 9/8 tl/pd aluminum, prewired reeeptoblec. (2) Unpretentious, yet elegant brick and redwood
Ph... Itpd - - - furnished.
9648857. Itpd 9/1 light switches,
Marine Lance Corporal - - ______
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John H. Depoe. son of Derrick SUZUKI- -TM- -lOflT 19711.- -rdlrt : All homo HOME FURNISHED 200 ft. on BRICK Lake. FOR SALELAMBItETTI FOR SALE Console piano, lights floor, delivered tongue and and set groove up. Raifordt. Charming country brick home plus

I I. Dcpoe of Starke. has been bike I. good condition repairs, Interior and exterior Geneva. 2 BR, A/C Mature Call for appointment to see Financing .".Ilallle..p to 48 another home for rental nearby. Nice trees some

promoted to his present rank Owner must aacrlfico for ; remodeling house- adulta. (200 Mrs. Hopper 4732210 day or 473-4648 montha to nay; 60 .ta... outbuildings $43,000.00. Owner will I consider

while !serving with :id Marine 1350. For Info phono 964- washing andpainting.. 786-6044 Jax. 8/18 Stpd 9/1 SCOOTER evenings tf/chg Sunkl ot Stance. ,964-6020 financing. _
Special rates/terms for 1967.MI25". parta for sale. -- -- --- -
8994 alter 5 - - -
Division on OkindwaA pjn. Itpd 9/1. 9644021. 5/12 TFchgMOBILE
senior eltla.... Freeestknates. One room HOUSE No Everything except piston. Nearly new brick home on Madison with CH4A 3
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ll'7i(; of - - GUNS FOR SALE 22'a
graduate Bradford ,
"" Phone 9648961& 160 for all or separate parta
children! Phone 9645193. and 38's Bedrooms 2 Baths plus large lot.
25's sold
Volitional Technical High HELP WANTED after 5 p..... for Immediate John Morrla Itpd M'l I for different prices. ALSO at Dah.ELECTRIC

School. Depoe joined Ihe attention. 9/1 3tchg 9/15 - - -- radio for 1940 Ford sedan mer's_Discount.!! :...TF/Chg_ HOME OF PARTICULAR INVESTMENT INTEREST: 1.
:Miirine Corps in March 1976. -- -- - KINGSLEY LAKE. Whiter working. when removed. 950.
office 2.
ORGAN house or complex.
Modern B apartment
Knight('ompll'tl'MEIt'I.tronic'4 WOMAN Dependable, VACUUM CLEANER RE. rates. Sept. June. Central Phone 964-7751. Itpd 9/1 Double ...,bo.rd. built In PARKInside Tuck's Drive-In' on 301 South. 3. Vacant property on
needed ,.live In sad --- --- --
mature
PAIRS ell makes. all Heat A/C Mobile Homes.cottage. rhythm maker, excsllentcondition. City Llmlte homeon
School 301 N. with unlimited potential. 4. Demorest
REGISTERED YORK.
for .
care elderly lady. Pl. ..
Call 5332366. 8/25
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models. Starks
Center
leave name and phone Sewing tfchg SHIRE PIGS: Males and Beginner's guitarwith Walk to Bradford SquareOr Park Place adjacent to Starke Shopping Plaza.
21V East: Call Stre..t.phon. music 120. Call 964.
:M.irmo Private John II. number for call to be gilt. Phone 7823675. Itpd Downtown
re 9648312. -- - -- 5454. 8/25 9/1
Knight\ son ot :Mr and :Mrs. turned. Phone 964-3888. 4tpd BEAUTY SHOP FOR 9/1. 2tehg The creak of a barn door 17 /2 acres with trailer
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Itchg 91Businoas - -- - '(30 Per Month plus well plus 28x70 concrete block barn
.1,1 UK'S I IJ. Knight\ of Koute I. LEWS WELDING: Gas. LEASEI S. 301. Bonnie's LIMEROCK FOR hook.ups
Krnokcr.) has completed t the - - -- Electric Brazing hitch. Hair Stylbt. 9127295096. YAIWSALE: Potted plants SALE- AU city Conveniences with a bathroom $25,000.Hurry I
I. great nnd we Installed Trailers Custom 8/25 2tchg 9/1 lOc and 25c. Clothing, smallapplianeen. Phone 782-3172 after 6 p.m. Fire Police Protection,
Kiidio )
r'leld Operator'sCourse. need help! Wo need an Built Whispering Pines - - Saturday and 7/14 tl/chg City Gas,Water ansi Large frame home on Madison Street.. in. excellent
: experienced mobile home Motel. 3 ..I. South of Starke, 2 ROOM Ap"TS: Double Sunday.. Rt.18. 2.01 .house oil -- -- - Sewer repair for $27,000. '

I During\ I the :seven-week aervlcoman. Tap ".,... en 301 Box 327, Slarke. Fla. single sleeping roo.... A/C SRIOO. Itpd 9/1 FOR SALE Diamond Jo-Lu Motel. _____
course: at. I the :Marine Corns! company benefits, mileage If/chg '..r.. 964-8349. Come to - ---- -- needles for any stereo, over Neat 4 year old home on Fla. Power |just off 301 .N..-

Communication .KlectronicsSc'iool. : pay and the chance to grow ... _ _ tnderwood Motel. 301. 4 RIDING LAWNMOWER 8 247 different 0..., we have 964-8810 Owner transferred.

'! TWl'III ynine Palms with a growing company. HENLY ELECTRIC mile. N. Starko 8/25 2tchg hp. (110 or best offer. Phone them all. Dahmar'e Die- .

Ciilit ho ,ri'ii-iMfl, instruction: Come by our office at Starko COMPANY: residential 9/1 964-6560 niter 5 p.m. Itcbg count. TFChgMobile Yes we do have listings on Kingsley Lake.
Home Center. 301 North of -- -- - 9/1
commercial, Industrial. 7
mi I the I installation. ud Floriland Realty
Ster..... 9/1 2tchg 9/8 PRIME BUSINESS SPACE --- -- - Home
liislnuMit and t operation of I the days a week. 24 hr. service. Cece/iaT./ Terv/illegar/!
: - -- -- 431-1700 Kalford 8/18 Stpd located on Lawrence Blvd. POOL TABLE Regulation4x7 393 N. Temple Avo.Stnrhe .
l.iclical radiosusedbv: '' :Marine FAMILY SERVICE AIDE: 9/15 sod Flamingo In Keystone AMF genuine slate Service Poles Fla. m NEW LOCATION!

('utps ground and .uiation 57420month. CETA -- - Hte. Inquire at Standard 3OO. ALSO. Sit. air Jet 011.964.7700 205 N.TEMPLESTARKE

units I lit-1 tIlldll'd'oic radio po.it Ion. Will certify food BRADFORD SEPTIC: Station or phone 4734907. hockey game 60. Phone 100 AMP Berber and Beauty shops FLORIDA

in iit><'luir. com nnmiciit ions tamp applicants.
'l'I'UI'II"lid I Ihe use: of cn- : 2 ,ra. of college and residential pump-outs. S40. COTTAGE ON TAKE 212. 9/1 tt/chg AMP- PHONE 96 .7776
own transportation. Contact -- -- -- -
i' iypl I i 11111 > in c s s it i g o Fast service guaranteed.Phone JOHNSON: air conditioned.
YARD SALE ...4Saturd.y.
tie. State EmploymentService : Friday 208VUKe
siTiminlinn"equipment l > 9648121. 4tpd Swimming and fishing. Very nice DW mobile
Rain shine.Little .
for certification or
125week. Phone 4732108. >AV* home on beautiful lot nearKingsley
:
Knight! joined I hi'larml' Starke, 9648092. Itchg 9/1 BILLS SAW sllOp"l i corn: 7/28 bit of everything. 8 L.....
(nrps in February l 177!' - - - plete sharpening service. tfchgFURNISHED a..... until. 1 1/4 mile West ofLawtsy 44ila)7; W.M. FAULKNER
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LIVE IN: To cook and .keep circular hand carbide, I BR on SR 225. Hchg 9/1 3 BR 2 B, Brick .homo. E
amsll house for semi-retired chain blade hollow -- -- - -
mower APARTMENT Very nice. with CH/A outaMe ai"JIIII' Lillian C. Pearson
( ...... Central heat and air. ground and balanced. Leaveat 514 S. Epperson St., Phone GRAPES S..p.per.lMu.e.diD. \ .. ___ .
I.ASSIHKHAI IBA
Reply to Box J c/o Jackson Building Supply 96 .s07l. Itpd 9/1 .. Easy to Acre farm tome and Real Estate- '
80 ,
Pick.
Telegraph.Stcrke. pdBUSINESS' Slarke Camping nearby. Openeveryday
or Keystone Heights. - -- -- -
-- fl/ck- ROOMS FOR RENT Nice 8 ..... til dark.' born, Equip. optional. 114A1jCe, L
3 BR.2 Bath CB Home (.It
OPPOR. Sponeer'e Vineyards SR :
,
ladies. 544 W. Call St. Phone 3 BR B Tic"and CB 1Z6S.W.urS,.
TUMTYi Excellent ALCOHOLICS 235A. Alochua. Phone 462. NORTH CAROLINA rft & A, closed garage nicelot
opportunity 9/1
9645483. .
1
Hchg House on 1 Acre Starke, Florida
llcaillinr for 1I.l'l'tiOl1"lIc."II.1 ANONVMOIS: : : successful neighborhood
In Starke er... Largo ... 1329. West of 175. Alachua quiet
.
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- 964.5065
\living for people who want to fc" tvtfroom rustic cabin on I 1 A a assume 5 1/1 percent mlg.
\ niMiii precedingHiiirs corporation: has outstanding MOBILE rK>M in'coiflitry, exit. Itcfcg 9/1 y
crt of wooded mountain land. House on I acre withfernlshlnga.
.l.i> before publi- ...1.. opening. Must have TOP drinking and STAY furnished. children. welcome.' -- -SAFE7n"tast Terrific. view of mountain Lares 35000.

cut ion.Minimum. manageability ambition and topped. Meeting Thursdayand Phone 964-6114 or 473-4777. REDUCE rock firs l.c.* txpo.*cl bm NEWt!! 3 Bedroom. I 1/2 '
how progress far .,.. Sunday.. 8 p.m. Phone 1n TF/.h. with GoBeio. Tablets and E. calling largo rodwood dock 3 BR D.W.t lI.r on 1 bath concrete block. Lowdown 3 BR frame home: CH & V

Dullness or ..I.. background '' 964-5434 or 9646891. TF Yap "", .1.1' pills" from tpring wator. $2M o" ".000 down, Acre payment with fenced corner lot, $15.0110.)
I I 52.011c51'l'd __
hurgp - - -- Andrews a.tuma loan.I '
helpful. Starting HOMES FOR SALE Pharmacy, 356 W. monthly payments according
I l; ,,) alary (780 per month. For LAWN A GARDEN Madison, Shr..... 9/1 4tpd Acre on largo ruth ing m ami tain 3 BR Stucco House to your Income.' 2 BR frame ref.& stove on
l l-.u:: h word O\ er l 1.1III personal Intervolw, Call hERMCE Aba housework 9/22 trout 'front m. Waterfall noarby. CH/ A, and Appliances. Fla. Power (15.0110.
......,
DOtBLEVHDE: MH 60x24. Good ta.fOO. Good Ttrm.
)cents '.1.,11I.378.1557.; 9/1 and general household --- - Nice 3 Bedroom frame
..
.droom cabin on t aero Good
3 2 den.
BR. bath.
Reasonable Partiallyfurnished. "withGoBese Business property Very neat furnished
3lchg 9/15 repsira. rates.Phone TRIM OFF POUNDS garden toot. Good acct.t. Owner on house in town with extra
Phone
Ml classified: ads 964-5452 anytime. 8500. Grapefruit Extra needs to ..... I3SQO. TermS 301. lot. Frontage on 2 city mobile honir with large
964-8165 after 5 .
must l hc' paid for in lid' 8/11 Stpd 98ALUMINUM 9/1 p.m. Itpd Strength Capsules and f..,. %Tho.a are a tow ot 1.000 ll.tingv 1 Acre, with or without rests. addition Must nee lo
WANTEDISANTED - - - acting Tablets. Andrews Wo liens all typos ot prOperty appreciate (13.400))
tuner UIIIl'1i1iCIlI lme.in - -- - trailer.
SIDING I listed from MOO and
: Pharmacy. W. Madlaon par acre up. 3 Bedroom frame house
,..established account : PART TIME Awnings gutters, windows, NEED A HOME? Call us at St.. Starke. 9/1 Stpd 9/15 Wo have mall or largo tract. Wo Call-964-7700 just out ot city limits. Nice 8.7 acres 291)'on) I()HIS) 91i2'dcep
964-8741. We mobile alto have several cabin hovioo,
\\ ith 'I'hc' Telegraph. Inlli.it JOB In .....1.,.. Odds and etc.' Joseph I). Garrison homo factory outlet are n so --- -- old tarm, ate.' Write or call fortroo Vernis P.0010. 10';. bsrgsln at 110000. : (13.500.
$1 extra Phone 964-5205. 8/11 tf/chg youaaveBIG'
\iiil ends Jobs. Phone 964-6563. ,listing. brochura. You can callfrao Reg. Real Estate
iluige. for billing. Not between 7:30: ..... and 3:30p : -- - -- money. 15 homes Wiiyr Drilljnipi charge. by dialing 1..00.03. Brok.rE".ID.96464711 HANDYMAN SPECIAL 51/2 acres quiet. area
of all sizes
aik. for JR. REAMES HEATER sro presently on 7421. Write or call today. Chtrokta 65' lot with concrete block 19.000
fur Rick.
responsible errors m.. Hchg 9/1 ...... ...
reduced .
ot _
CLEANING AND REPAIR: display prices.ltchg Land Co., Murphy N.C. 2...*. In town. S2.500.
the - building
when \er - --
ni\en Winter I. CD"".. Its time to 9/1 2" thru 6" 36.35 acres: t 1310' on I"
uhrn is WANTED Vied re Pearl Andrews, Asooc.
phone or cop - -- - -
have your healers and s' 11 7tpd 9H 22 2 3 Bedroom 3 bath 301-Terms (56.500)
rut I l.ipcrt and brought to trlgeratora washers. andstoves .... cleaned and DOl"BLEW IDE 24x60: 3 Fast Rotary 964-7739 needs story finishing touches.

,.tie office. in good c.nditloa.Phone checked.. Call Jr. Reames BR. 2 bath carpet, range, $15,000. I.AWTKI: '

Dahmor's Discount. today. 782-3326 or 9648962. dishwasher Copper wiring Drilling Equipment _

.:!!!LfY--! 8/25 7tpd 10/6 and plumbtnc. CH/A. I 1 i RALPH BRYAN Real Estate 28 acrea approximately, Small 5 room frame home

Partly furnished. (11,995 STATE LICENSE .. only 1900 per sere It on 1.4 acres (12.000.
House Cleaning AUTOMOBILES USED SE W N-G--M'A"C"HIN"ESrepaired cash or (4.000 cash and 5 ee.I ci 55 Se 55 L I, ... I 2117 N. Temple 964-8788 PoulH. Faulkner

all makes. 115/mon. Phone 9647194. .... OFF ICE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY Realtor/ 4 BR, 2 Bath I IIW Mobile
cleaned oiled and adjusted \Itpd 9/1_ PujrnpaNew I.?
Specialn B&ALTOfl OPEN SUNDAY BY APPOINTMENTSR - Home, l.It&.oon
1971 Toyota Corona: 4 door 17. Work guaranteed. JamesSlrlcklaaeV Associates ....r.., hook-up for 2nd Mil.

\n> Morjllouir ..d... 4sp. manual with air. corner Morgan BOOTSAt & UsedSalesPartsService 16 WEST Irene L. Faulkner (15.000.
l.'tt! .!S3TwoStort : IMO. 964-8087. 8/18 4tchg Road and Highway 16. 3/10 961.5141
House' 9/8 TF/Chu 24 acres. 2 buildings; over 1,000ft on hlh...,. (38.000. Susan M. Bakken 20 Acres ju.t off SR 225\\

T.r.... fish 2 ;Mobile Home
:39.!US to 65.93! - - - C undine'sJUSTISWRANGLER 9646172INSUIAICI. pond.
:\on.lllllhf'r1..bllt' LONGCHAMPHome E-Z Terms LAWTEY AREA hook-ups, hog barn.
33350.
\ Homes l lf! 93 BRASINGTON and Building .. ......... ......... I. 2. 5. 10 acres and up. Low down payment, owner

Tim is ii pressure and Cadillac Oldaraobile Materials financing. Houses or mobile homos.BROOKErfAREA. 29 Acres: I N 301(3.1.500)
Plumbintp I. !
ihrniic.il cleaning Sales & Service -WEBUILD- Many .',Ie..AII.I.... Beet .
guaranteed( U remove Fine Selection 01 Used prices anywhere. Now is 51.8 AcresIS 301 -

1I..ldf'bUK". stains.rtc. Cart Taken On "Your Plans Or Ours the time to let us put boots New Installation large brick home (11&A. 3
Fine 3 BR 2 bath brick homo on 28 acres, with cosfourthmils "OSS TI
children.Belto BR, 2 Beth, 2 fireplaces.fenced .
on
Your Lot Or Ours" your
Cadillac Trade an paved ro....Too many axlrante mention. ,
tall Collect % .I961 Remodeling ...a.to planted panture
FREE ESTIMATE
2001 N.W.13 378-5301 IS to 56 in the THERESSA AREA fl'.f 195400.

after 6 p.m. GALNESVILLF Remodeling Repairs finest of leather. Repairs'purranc'tV f.*Norm T.mol.iiiJJjj1.OA..ve. ASSOCIATES

Additions 1,7,10. up to 137 acres oft SR 100 from (1100/acra; owner Lola Zipperer 964-7154 or


EX.SERVICEMEN: We hive a military Hometf Bought W. have Indian moccasin.kne..highlace.up : financing. RAIFORD AREA 782-3397.Lillian Pearson

position lor you in the Army National Sold Traded "boots In - -. REALTOR

Guard. You already have training experience brown suede for men and 20 acrea dairy barn,well and pump. 30000. Large 4BR frame house,

rank and time Invest.d. Use It for ACRFAGEFORSALE ...0..0.CAARADINE'S. PUMPS & SUPPLY -- LR family room, on ten L..t.,.Florida

extra cash other benefits and opportunity 3 BR furnished house D. paved road, 15500. acres just off SR 16. 782.3806

Earn "0.94 to $104.7 for COMPANY - -
for advancement. 96443853Highway KEYSTONE:/ AREA, 301 North 3 BR, LR.
one weekend each month. You may be LEATHER SHOP N. Temple Ave. .
864 frame house, on ten .c,..
overlooking a very "Good deal" for your. 301 South Fin. Silver Saoda lakefront; 3 BR lurnlshed. house< $28,000. tractor and equipment.
Lowtey, Starke
StarFceSiLVER - -
self. - -
781-3400 964-7061 1 Aero' lota hou... or mobile horace Owner financing Several commercial. ee

from $4,500.Waterfront 301.
1 __ _
RIP0E --
CALL ) swim and ski on this beautiful clear. water 9 scree pasture lend'reasonably ''

SSG JOHN WAYNE HERSEY SwItWISIONOVIRIOOXIMO lake. 100' on watsr.& Only 3 loto left at (12400; owner priced just sIll .
iJlst MAl NT CO ("".5320)) Licensed Broker or SR 16. N.W. of '0"' .. 1.440
financing. living )
STARKE. - space MI.1'I
720 EDWARDS RD Licensed SalespersonCAN MISCELLANEOUS 1-3-4 acre homesHos :2 fenced 1.2 .
SILVER lAKE
miles N.W. ol Storks.Ver. Bath Central
Woet Madison: 3 BR.largo DR. carport 2 porches. .,nabostoaaiding - 2 Air ..
YOU SELL??? good condition, comer lot. 26900.. nice double wide, anxious In .
In Bradford
County .. reduced (
-- screened perch added CH, to

HOMEFOR Near Keystone Your own full-time Franchise in Real Estate 2 Acres A 3 BR.CB house Brewnleaa. Rd. (24.400 A, on one acre lot with -
-- plenty of ,1'.... I..K. .: ... .,
Heights. Spacious right in the Starke area. And NO franchise Grtffla Loop 3 BR frame house o* beautiful acre lot -- - - oV .

charge. National Company. established in 14500. Two 20-ocre tracts very '
SALELovely Building Lots For -- -- roaaeaable. just off SR 16 47.1.4< :
1900, largest in its field. All advertising aU
Homes Rsatrktod building lots near Country Club. Not many left paved road.
Sensibly signs. forms, supplies furnished. Professional owner financing.' -- -

Restricted. for -- -- I BR block house Bedford.
Easy Training and Instruction given rapid
Brick and Block Home, 3 BR, 1 House ODd 30 acres off !SR 100 South,juat beyond dty. Fine LU.'
_
development from Start to $ucce$$. -
Kitchen.CH T erms. otsod. of timber (50.000. '
LR OR Den, LG.. S'BR, I beth CB ....
Bath, Nationwide, advertising brings Buyers from -- --
Large Double Investment Prices !!,. We .hove lota acreage' homes end farms U Bradford, Clay with FR, very' .1...
/ A. 3 Car Garage, Everywhere. Can you qualify? You must have and Union Counties .* to city,county end watsrfroat.Eveelnge swimming. peel In &0....

Landscaped Lots with driveway. Clos initiative excellent character (bondable), "

School Hospital and sales ability be financially responsible. end Weekends.. 3 BR.1 jeth.'blech home m
to Elem. Starke City Limits.

Downtown. Priced to Set !. Call 964.5103 Commission volume opportunity for, "man., Ralph !"...!:t&or M4-6208 ,L.GEORGE1IOUERTSJ-.-"
.. :
appointment woman,. couple'or team That Can SellSTROUT ..
after '6 p.m. Shown, by Art r.tn,,Saleemaa 473-2039 *."

.... Reel Estate Broker
only. $39,900. firm. REALTY Inc. Wayne Dentine,Salesman 9644593' P...... to4-78t I 1,
98't I Key.teM Heiehft. P.O. Box 894Cageelberry
8/18 4 tchg :
4752272iraeo LIST WITH U s1 WE: HUSTLE .. 'Of R(*Saturday A.M. \
tram. 47S-37I FL 32707 Aw.


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| HAMPTON AREA NEWS, Bible Conference Set Monday, At Pine Level Obituaries I

r 'Tuesday, Aug. 30, in Bradford Funeral Home, of Starke in
A Labor Day Bible Con- County Hospital after a brief charge of arrangements. In
by Delorti Meng prised on August 28 with a HAMPTON LAKE ference at Pine Level Baptist Illness. lieu of flowers, donations may

Phone 488-1915 party given by her parents, Happy Birthday to Ruth Church will begin with Mr. Cauffman was born in be made to the Memorial

SCHEDULESHampton Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkinsat Meng on August 291 "dinner on the grounds" at Washington, D.Cand lived in Building Fund of the First.
Christian Church: their home here. Her sisters Mr. and Mrs. David Meng noon Monday, Sept. 5. Bradford County for many United Methodist Church.

Rev. James Shaw, Pastor and other relatives were on and Tina Marie attended the There will be services in the years. A member of the

Sunday School 10 a.m. hand for the celebration which 92nd birthday celebration of afternoon with lots of good Methodist Church, Mr. Margie McRae Underhill

Morning Worship 11 a.m. included a lovely decorated Mrs. Nancy Starling in rra. singing and preaching. Supper Cauffman was treasurer of
Ladles Council Meeting, Sept. cake, ice cream and fruit Lawtey on Aug 16. Tina's will also be served at the Moose Lodge 2035 and Mrs. Margie McRae Underhill .*

7, 7 p.m. punch. grandmother Mrs. Adel church between 5:30 and 8:30.: manager of Eastern Oil ,Co. 90, of''Crosby Lake,

Hampton Baptist Church: Goetzman was also present as /( f -r The evening service will for several years. died Wednesday, Aug. 17, In
Richard Mashburn, Pastor. Alvin Murner is home again were her great grandmother, begin at 7 p.m. Special Survivors include his wife, Bradford County Hospital.

Sunday: Sunday School 10 after two weeks of rest and Mrs. Lois Tanner and her speaker for Monday night will Mrs. Georgia,! Ann Gunter Born April 19, 1887, Mrs.

a.m., Morning Worship, 11 relaxation which included great-great grandmother, be Dr. Curtis Hutson from Cauffman; two daughters: Underhill was the daughter of
a.m., Bible Study, 6-30: p.m. visiting his aunt in Lakeland, Mrs. Adel Starling; therefore, Atlanta Ga.Everyone. Mrs. Judy Dukes and Miss the late Barney and Louise
Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. his grandmother, Mrs. Dollie this was a five generation get ..' r. is invited to attend Debbie Spengler, both of Tarratus McRae and was
Wednesday: Prayer Kidd in Tampa, and Disney- together. these special services.In Starke. married to the late>t Walter.

Meeting, 7:30 p.m.Thursday world. Mr. and Mrs. Albert \ demand all over the Funeral services will be Underhill, local tlmberman,
: Shirley Sisters Mrs. Bobbie Murner and Stefanelli and family spent the nation for revivals and soul held Friday morning, Sept. 2, farmer and cattleman. Mrs.

Club, 9 a.m. Churchwide Dolly enjoyed a recent trip to weekend with his parents, Mr. winning conferences, Dr. at 11 a.m. in the Chapel of Underhill had made her home

Visitation, 7:15: p.m. Teen Six Gun Territory with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli. .. Hutson last year spoke In 70 .Archer-Tanner Funeral Homein for the past two years with her
Visitation, 7 p.m. and Mrs. Fred Smith and Mr. and Mrs Francis Meng different cities, and, including Starke.Burial will follow in daughter, Mrs. Gladys Edwards

Saturday: Bus Visitation, 9 Barbara. hosted the St. Edward's his messages on a dally Crosby Lake Cemetery. Rev. of Crosby Lake.

a.m., Work Day, 9 a.m. Teen Mark Joyner,son of Mr. and Parish Picnic on Aug. 28 when sunday, October 4, the Gethgemane Quartet will be broadcast, averaged speaking Ray Williams ,will officiate. Survivors Include one son,
Activity, 7 p.m Mrs. Royce Joyner, enrolledlast approximately 100 presenting a special gospel concert at the Pine Level Baptist 20 times a week, said Pastor Jack Underhill of Starke; two

Aug. 29 thru Sept. 4, week at Lee College in parishioners and friends Church to begin he Church's. Labor Day Bible Conference. Roman Alvarez.Dr. daughters, Mrs. Hazel Paulkof
Revival: 7:30: p.m., Dr. Hugh Cleveland, Tenn. This college enjoyed good food, swimming, .Hutson served two yearsas Starke and Mrs. Gladys 1
Pyle. Is under the direction of the trampoline jumping, horse- The nationally known quartet has recorded eleven albums, president of Baptist Mrs.Lois Perryman Edwards of Crosby''' Lake;'

Church of God. shoe pitching and other and they have sung in some of the largest churches In America. University of America, whichIs seven grandchildren; 14 great
BOOKMOBILEThe Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon games The, quartet comes from Greensboro, North Carolina. located in Decatur, Ga. He Mrs. Lois Peek Perryman, grandchildren and two. great-
Bradford County Book drove to Winston Salem, N.C. Mrs. Ruth Meng returned The concert will begin at 3 Sunday afternoon. There will be is also the adult voice of Tel. 88,141 W. Madison St., Starke great grandchildren.

mobile is available at the last week with their daughter, home via Eastern Airlines on (to admission charge. evangelism International, an died Thursday, Aug. 25, in a Funeral services were held
Hampton Post Office each Joy, who is in her Junior yearat Aug. 24 after spending a weekIn evangelistic telephone ''Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Friday Aug. 19, in the Chapelof
Tuesday afternoon from 12:30: Piedmont College there. Piqua, Ohio, where she Reception HonorsDeparting ministry used In a number of hospital following a short the Archer-Tanner Funeral
until 2:30.: All types of good Valerie Jones accompaniedthem attended the funeral of her ? churches all over the nation. illness. Home with Rev. Charles

reading, materials are offered on the trip. aunt. It was sweater weather Church Workers Last year over five million Mrs.'Ferryman was livingin Swartz officiating. Burial was'In
free of charge for all age Mr. and Mrs. James Pope there, so Florida felt quite Baptist people called and listened to the same home In Starke in the family plot in Crosby
groups. Approximately 100 and family have returned to warm when she returned. Dr. Hutson's recorded salva- which she was born and was Lake Cemetery.
persons have been taking their home in California after Bill Martin from Columbus, The Congregation of recently moved to Alachua, tion message. Of this number, visiting Pennsylvania at the !

advantage of this service spending some time with his Ohio, is on an extended visit ,Madison Street Baptist Fla. over 90,000 called back, were time of her death. Parents
weekly.CONGRATULATIONS. sister and brother-in-law, Mr. with his aunt and uncle, Mr. .Church held a farewell reception The Choir presented the dealt with personally by a were the late Col. Comer L. Herman Geiger

and Mrs. Edward Saxon and and Mrs George Simpson. on Sunday evening. Aug. 'couple with a Silver Coffee trained soul winner, and Peek and Harriett Patterson, Herman Oscar Geiger, 63, of
family. They also visited their Since he has always enjoyed 28, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Service and the Church pre- trusted Christ as personal pioneer settlers of Starke and 427 N. Polk Street, Starke,
Mr and Mrs. George parents in Eau Gallie while on Florida and the hospitality of Jerry Williams. sented them with a Crystal Savior, Rev. Alvarez said."Prescott Bradford County who movedto died Sunday morning, Aug. 28
; _..._ _..._......._. ._
Haefeker are the proud vacation. his relatives here, he may Mr. Williams is leaving Hanging lamp. A time of PromotedTo this area from Georgia in in Shands Teaching Hospitalin (

parents of a baby boy, Jeremy Bobbin Wadsworth spent make his home in the area if :after having served the refreshments and fellowshipwas Staff ,1876 Gainesville.
David, born August 26 at her last week of vacation with he finds employment. Bill church for six years as enjoyed by approximately SergeantLAMOGORDO Mrs. Perryman was the Born February 10, 1914 in

Alachua General Hospital, her aunt, Lila Barber in arrived just In time to cruise Minister of Music. They have 100 people. N.M. widow of Judge E.K. Soperton,Georgia, Mr. Geiger>
weighing 7 Ibs. 10 ounces. Jacksonville. She enjoyed the the lake on the beautiful float Paul D. Prescott, Jr., son of Perryman,. Sr. and taught in lived in Starke over 50 years.
Paternal grandfather Is beach there and dining at the boat recently acquired by Mr.and Mrs. Paul D. Prescottof ,the public school system for He was a retired heavy equipment '

henry Haefeker; paternal Ponte Vedra Country Club. Dolly and George. I Brooker, has been pro- many years. Active in the operator. He was the son
great grandmother is Mrs. Mrs. June Haddock was Beverly Meng served as Obituaries moted to staff sergeant in the Starke woman's Club and the of the late Oscar and Susan

married last week to Gordon Maid of Honor in the weddingof U.S. Air Force. Daughters of the Con- Glover Geiger,

Happy Birthday to Mrs. Wadsworth. They have returned Marty Johns in Gainesvilleon Mrs.Beatrice Futch Sergeant Prescott, a safety federacy, Mrs. Perryman wasa Survivors Include his wife,

Emory Prevail Sr. on August to their home after a Aug. 27 Mrs. Paul Meng John C. Brantley specialist, is assigned at member of the First United Mrs. Dorothy Gandy Geiger;
Beatrice Futchof
26 She was pleasantly sur trip to the Carolinas. and son,Joe,also attended the Mrs. Crosby of Holloman AFB N.M., with a Methodist Church, of which two sons: John E. Geiger of
Gainesville
wedding. John C. Brantley, 72, of 802 formerly unit of the Tactical Air she was an honorary Steward. Gainesville and Herman
Starke died Aug.
Mrs Phyllis McClure was W. Pratt St., :Starke, died Saturday Command She served as the church Gerald (Jerry) Geiger of

Jordan AgencyHOMEOWNERS At starke hostess for a Rubbermaid Thursday, Aug. 25, at his 27, in North Central at the Florida The sergeant, a 1966 organist for over 30 years. Starke; a sister, Mrs. Retha
products party at her home on residence following an apparent of Regional Hospital age graduate of Hillsborough High Survivors include two sons Bennett of Starke; six grand-
Aug. 27. heart attack. 81. School, Tampa, attended Comer Perryman of Kingsley children and one great-
964-5237 A native of Brooker she was
Born in Glenwood, Ga., Feb. Sante Fe Community College, Lake and Emmett K. grandson.Funeral.
the widow of L.H. Futch, and
HAMPTON ELEMENTARY 25, 1905, Mr. Brantley movedto the of the late Philip Gainesville. Perryman, Jr. of Bethlehem, services were held
SCHOOL Starke 18 months ago from daughter Fa: and two grandsons. Tuesday morning, Aug. 30, in
A and Clarissa Crosby,
School got off to a smooth New Orleans, La. A retired settlers of Bragg the Brooker ObituaryRichard Funeral services were held the Starke Church of God with
start on Aug. 29 with 166 Civil Service employee from early Monday, Aug. 29, in the First Rev. Gene Bass officiating
students in attendance. the U.S. Navy, Mr. Brantleywas area United Methodist Church with Burial was in Bethel Ceme-

DEDICATED TO SERVING YOU INTEREST Several who have registeredare of the Baptist faith and a Mrs.A retired Futch had school taught teacher for, B.Cauffman pastor, Rev. George L. tery near Lakeland.

either still on vacation or member of Bradford Lodge Harper, officiating Burialwas DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
in the public
not quite ready for the regular 35, F.&A.M. : over schools 40 of years Bradford Countyand Richard B. Cauffman, 55, ofens in Crosby Lake Ceme- Home of Starke was in chargeof
routine. Survivors include his wife, died with DeWitt C. Jones
o Center _SL, Starke., tery, arrangements.
other of the state. n ---
REGULAR ELECTIONCITY Principal Connie Clark was Martha Mersereau Brantley; areas .
She member of the First
the students was a
on hand to greet one daughter, Mrs. Helen
United Methodist Church of
and personnel, and to be sure Maltby of Neptune Beach; two CHURCH I
Starke and the Association of
everyone was properly brothers, Jordan Brantley of SERZFICES .
OF HAMPTON Retired School Teachers. .
equipped and cared for. Miami and Byron Brantley
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Kindergarteners number living in Indiana; four sisters, Surviving are two brothers Brooker AIR I PARK BAPTIST FIRST METHODIST S\n'R\: .\ H'\t TISl CHURCH!

September 13, 1977 26 so far, including twins, Mrs. Pearl Starling, of Ocala Eugene Crosby of CHURCH CHURCH Elder T.C. Williams
.., Brian and Sheila White. Their Mrs. Virginia Purdee of and Claude Crosby of Jacksonville Rev. O.D. Brooks "On the search for a

teacher;:Mrs. Noelle Silk re- Deland, Mrs. Ruth Colemanand ; and two sisters, Mrs. Orange Street Sunday: Church School for friendly church?"
\t mar':cd 1 how well adjusted the Mrs. both Sidney Mae Mott, Gainesville, all
; Alice Coleman ages, 9:45: a.m.; Morning
Gertrude of
Waters
and Mrs. ,
plA lif ,*ones were although a few of Starke and two grand- Land of Lakes, Fla. ,SUNDAY: Sunday School 10 Worship (Nursery provided) Welcome to Smyrna
Mamas had tears. daughters.Funeral. a.m.; Worship Service 11 11 a.m.
held
-- ----- --- -- -- -- For those who aren't quite services were held Funerallervices were a.m.; Evening Worship p.m. a0eeKINGSLEY SUNDVY:\; Sunday School.

Signature Of Elector sure of the schedule this year: Saturday, Aug. 27, in the at the 2 First p.m.Methodist Sunday, Aug.Church 28, in of WEDNESDAY: Prayer LAKE BAPTISTRev. 10 a m., Worship Service. I U

Classes begin at 8:30: am DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Service 7 p.m Paige Bowman a.m., B.T.S., 5:45: p.m..
Initials of Issuing Children stay in the school Chapel with Dr. Jack Hand Starke with Rev. George SUNDAY: Sunday School. Evening Worship. 7 p.m.
and Rev. Don Denton -
Officer until buses come at 3 p.m. officiating. Burial was in Harper --- 10 a.m.; Morning Worship. 11 All visitors are warmly

No. __ ___ __ Kindergarteners are free to Kingsley Lake Cemetery officiating. Interment was inCrosby ALLEN CHAPEL a.m.; Church training. 6:30: welcome\1r .__'
Lake Cemetery under
leave at 1:30. School lunchesare Worship. 7:30:
: under the direction of DeWittC. direction of Williams-Thomas A.l\l.E. CHURCH p.m.; Evening. SfAKKK:
40c each with extra milk
Jones Funeral Home. In p.m.
"The Church"" '11UIt'll1)FGOD!
Funeral Home of Gainesville. Friendly (
sold at half WEDNESDAY Mid-Week
lOc per pint car lieu of flowers donations :
----- -- may
.:. Drake
749 Pine St.,Starke It ev. :\1.
ton. Mrs. Blonnie Derkman be made t ID: the Hope Haven Rev. R.G. Heastie, Pastor Prayer Service. 7:30: p.m.

I Stub No. 1)) still serves as cafeteria Children's Hospital in Jack ---- Sunday Sunday School. 10am
:
manager; therefore, lunchesare sonville. Curd Of ThanksCARD ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL
Worship. II
School
SUNDAY .
Sunday
: Morning
well balanced and Rev.John Flynn
9:30.a.m.: Morning Worship, n.m.: Kvening orship.. 7
delicious. beans, carrot sticks, fruit cup, SUNDAY: 8:30: a.m. Holy
OF THANKS 11 a.m., Evening 5
Labor Day will be a holiday roll, milk. Worship Eucharist; 10 a.m., Morning pm.
REGULAR ELECTIONCITY first love Family
pm Sunday only: Wednesday :
for children and school
per WED'tIESDAHamburger: : It is so hard to find words to Prayer.
(feast 7:30: p.m. Friday before raining' Hour 7.30: :) p.m.
sonnel. steak, rice and gravy, turnip our deep TUESDAY : 9:30: a.m.
express appreciation first Sundav .'rlda1: Prayer :Meeting
OF HAMPTON greens, applecrisp, corn- for so much was Prayer Group In Church 7:10: .
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA LUNCH MENU bread, milk.FRIDAY done for our mother, in the Bethel Baptist Church Building. : p.m.UNITED----
Sept. 5-9 : Fried chicken, way of care by members of Russell Davis, Pastor ---- PENTECOSTAL
September 13,1977 MONDAY: Labor Day. mashed potatoes green peas, the Bradford County Hospital, Sunday School 10 a.m.; PINE GROVE CHURCH

TUESDAY: Bologna cup strawberry shortcake, biscuit, the skills and untiring devo- Morning Worship 11 am; METHODIST CIIURCII Rev. O.L.Wells

Initials of Is macaroni & cheese, green milk. tion of Dr. K. Sundusadee.To Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.; Rev Ben L. Coleman 204 N.Water St.

suing Officer our friends who Wednesday, Prayer Meeting SUNDAY: Sunday School.
remembered food 7:30: .mCA'LVARY'BAPTIST. SUNDAY: Sunday School.
us by p
No.__ ___ __ ____ 9:45 Morning Worship, '10 a.m.; Worship services, 11
Save On Wheel cards, visits, prayers and : a.m.; a.m., and 7pmWEDNESDAY.
floral offerings, we are most 11 a.m.; Evening Services, Bible
:
-- ----- humbly grateful. CHURCH 7:30: p.m. _
Jim Black, Pastor THURSDAY : Prayer Study 7:30: p.m.
Also to the members of the People'sService
AlignmentMost Archer-Tanner Funeral Home Meetlngt7-io: p.m. FRIDAY: Young
SUNDAY: Sunday School | 7:30: p.!!'. _
for of and
Stub No. 2)] a service quality
ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC
9:45 a.m. Morning Worship,
: ;
1. deep concern, we are most .,;
11 a.m.; Evening Worship, 7 --
SA Most Tires Are Designed To Last A Long Time, But appreciative.The p.m. Wed Services 7:30: p.m. Rev. Patrick II. Foley PINK-LEV-'KL H.\f PTISTRev. '

Tires Will Wear Out Too Soon If A Car's Wheels Are
CITY ELECTIONCITY Family of Margie McRae ---- Roman AlvareiSU.MUV
Get All The Tire Life Masses: Saturday 7 p.m., : ; Sunday School.
Not Aligned Let Us Help You Underhill FIKST ASSEMBLY OF \ :
11 a.m., Monday 7
Sunday Worship. 11 j rnr
GOD 10 a.m.: ;
You Paid For
OF HAMPTON Gladys Edwards, Hazel "The Happy Church p.m., Tuesday 8:30: a.m., Bible Study. 6:30: p.m.. ;
FLORIDA Paulk. llwy. ISalWeldonSt. Wednesday 6:30: p.m., Evening' Worship, 7 p.m. "
BRADFORD COUNTY,
o* 1200September Thursday 8:30: a.m., first
Jack Underhill, and Grand Starke WEDNESDAY:\; : Prayer
13, 1977 ul r Friday month, 8:30: a m':
Most Cars. Parts Extra children. SUNDAY: Sunday School, Confessions: Monday 6 p.m. Service. 7:30: p.m.
10 a.m. Morning Worship 11
r
6:45: p.m., or upon request. --------
a m.; Evening Worship, Parish Council Meetings "
:Mark an >i In the Box' Opposite Wednesday & Thursday Only'Your CARD OF THANKS 6. ', fourth Monday of each month. CRACK: \PTISTCHLRCII: !
,
IOOA South
WEDNESDAY : Youth llwy
Choice Altar Society Meetings -
meeting, 7pm.; Bible Study, SUNDAY: Bible School. 10
JJ1 t BELATED THANK YOU: 1st Monday of each month.
a.m. ; Worship. 11 am ;
Words cannot adequately 7pmPastor ----
I \ s Robert Harden Training Union. .7 pm.i

FOR MAYORVote I ( express the many our deep kind appreciationfor and sym- Welcome one and alH! MORGAN BAPTISTSUNDAY ROAD Evening Worship. 8 p m.WEDNESDAY .

For One Term Two Years pathetic acts that came to us ---- : Sunday School, 7:30: : "A Prayer church
Meeting p.m.
pss1VILLIAM the time of bereave "'IRSTCHRISTIAN and
at our 10 a.m., Morning/ Worship is
where everybody
to CIIURCH for the Deaf,"I a.m.
1 If SUl\I\1EHS; I N ment. Services "
6a Jim Love, Minister somebody
Unidentified dishes are still Training Union, 6:30: p.m.

G.ImlP.. W.11)S\\'OKTII, JR. .. at my home, please claim Evening Worship, 7:30'p.m.: MADISON ST:BAPTIST
SUNDAY: Sunday School,
,
eiaSAVE them. WEDNESDAY: Mid-week SWARTZ
., REV CHARLES
,", ON The Charles Laurie 9:45: a.m.; morning service, Prayer Service 730: p.m. .
+.", \\" McKinney Family 10:45: a.m.; youth group, 8 ---- THURSDAY: Youth to

p.m.; evening worship, 7 FIRST BAPTIST Golf
Putt-Putt 7
COUNCILMAN ,
play p.m.
p,m.; Choir practice, 8 p.m.
WHEEL
BALANCE WEDNESDAY : Bible Sunday: 9:45: a.m., Sunday SUNDAY: Sunday School,
CARD OF THANKSWe School; 11 a.m., Morning 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship r
Vote For Three Term Two Years Most Tires Are Not Properly Balanced And This! Creates Study, 8-Pm.FIRST -- Worship; 6:15: pm, Church 11 a.m.; Children's Worship 11

training; 7:30: p.m., ,Evening! am.; Church Training 8:15:
take this
wish to
Vibration And Tire Wear Our -
Computer opportunity
A.('. I IFNNISON)}: Balancer Will Do to thank all of our PRESBYTERIAN .Worship p.m.; Evening Worship 7:30:

The Job friends and neighbors for their CHURCH Monday: LABOR DAY,
ERNEST GREEN kind Dr.Jack Hand, minister ,office closed. ,pm.NURSERY PROVIDED
I many prayers, Tuesday: 3 p.m., Jr: Choir FOR ALL SERVICES.
remembrances lovely
1)ON:1t.I) W. mLLE:: Oti1 100i flowers, and food during, our SUNDAY: Sunday ,School, 'and Music Maker; 7 p.m., TUESDAY: Bible Study

recent bereavement.The 9:30: a.m.; Morning Worship, Deacon' Meeting. -. -. and monthly luncheon 11 a.m.
1'.11. III.inkl LOTI, JR. 11 a.m. Wednesday: Regularly WEDNESDAY: Youth and
Pick UPS a Mag Wheels Extra Choir 'scheduled and Children's Choir 7:30
Family of late Mr. Henry THURSDAY : meetings : p.m.;
1l0Y IWAHK Mondays & Tuesdays Onl Clay practice, 7:30: p.m. ,services beginning at 6:15: Mid-Week Service 7:30 p.m.;

(Buster)' Jackson ,p.m. ,Adult Choir,8.30: p',m..




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