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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 8, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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During the second public hearing for a 57 percent tax hike for Mrs.; Joy Norman waits her turn to tell the assembly taxes In -

Bradford County taxpayers. Mrs. Lucille Green shakes a finger Miami are lower and more services are received. After three1r,4 a last ditch effort, about 200 Bradford county taxpayers
at commissioners, admonishing them for not listening to all the hours of talk, many people began drifting out leaving the others' attempted for three hours Wednesday night, August 31, to per. M i I
people In attendance and not giving the satisfac {
taxpayers pictured to the
any ponder Increase
tion. ;, commissioners to no avll to lower a 57 percent millage increase ,

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The second required public hearing was a rehash of the first
FOR $396,116Best held,'August24$ asking commissioners to "cut the fat" from the
$2.2 million budget. County taxpayers will be paying an- additional -
$27.50 on each $10,000. worth of assessed property a 2.75
mill increase. 1 ft I
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The school system recently Commissioners, with Chairman
Western Motel .set Its millage at 6.59, of which George Roberts leading
6.4 is the required local effort the way defended the increase -
and '19 mills will be used to by saying cash carry.
make the last payment on a overs and reserve funds used
1968;:bond issue to build the in the past to balance the I
I high- school auditorium. budget are not available. + II
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this will set county "It has,caught up with us I
Tons Tnlv Pfoiyfiftv SalesCombined 14.166. this year, said Roberts,
v Roberts, corrected a state-
-I--- tJIII".I" ment made in both the
Gainesville Sun and The
Telegraph.1 None of the 2.75 oa i ',
The sale of The Best purchase from the Kirkland division, together with a center line running N and S mill increase will be used to'
Western Motor Inn for $396.118 family. parcel identified on said plat through same containing 4 build up a reserve; it will be -
brought land sales to a peak In comparison with as not included in this plot and acres, more or less, $30,500. used In the operating budget, ; '
$1,236,833 for the month of previous months this year, bounded on the N by Madison Geneva Lake Estates, Inc. said Roberts. t'
July.Sale. January sales were $890.351; Street,on the W by Bay Street to Frank D.Aston and wife, lot w Over the past three years 1P
of the Best Westernwas February $560,999, March on the E and S by aforesaid '' 20, Geneva Oaks Subdivision, the budget Increased 17
from William B. Black- $618,166, April $777,263 May block I, $27,200.Marian $38,000. percent while taxes did not.go
well and Hugh -E. Hudson to $674,500, and June $288,800. L Crosby to Philip Geneva Lake Estates Inc. r up, said Roberts. Pat n1\\.')
.John Fixari and wife. The Prices of transactions are Vellenga and wife, a parcel of to Virginia B. Hood, a parcelof worth, acting as the.b___ tf,
motor inn contains 1.447 acres figured from documentary tax land lying in the NEll 4 of the land situated in S36, T6S,, auditor, said last year it-T Ski I
lying in the NWV of the SEV4 stamps affixed to deeds filedin SE1/4 of S9. T6S, R22E R22E. Bradford County", .4' f cash carryover of$199,19 ... Ir r
of Section 21, Township 6 the office .of the county $13,000. '. $10,000. '> a $22,845 transfer tfJ I
South, Range: 22 E. clerk. J.B.: White to Wiley P. Frank Ilgen and wife,- to' track funds. to balai .'" !
July sales were: Sweat, begin at the NE corner Raymonde Shank, lots 1 and 2 budget t rr
The Flxaris have moved to -'"' _. .. : ,. ?.xof-.a.an. .unrteCOl'ded..1JIaL.-CIl.. ww "..i artbertimat.dtIWrg : .
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*Starkefmrn'chlcago;Illinois/ R22E, and run south to south ,Paradise Shores, $4,483. r "may be $150,000 left over at continue:* following l ; the puolic; ; r"iit'lh '
and wife
They have two grown Douglas a parcel line of SR A 100 to'a point, Geneva Lake Estates to the end of the present fiscal county initiate( Increase. Representative Frank Williams talks I
daughters and the motel of land containing 8.79 acres Thence continue S 110' feet Donald J. Hall and wife, lot 8 1 year. He also said the county with Fred Mueller of Starke. Behind commissioner! Made
business is a new venture for lying in the NW1 / 4 of NE1/A, thence W and parallel to south of Geneva Oaks, $5,000. has been notified it will receive Carter edges towards the exit: after three hour's of taxpayer
them. Section 20, Township 6 South, line of state road, rightofway $195,000 in complaints.
The sale of the motel from Range 22 East 514,100 Ernest E.- Triest, Ervin S., revenue
125 ft. to the point. Lying 'In a sharing, but past experiencehas
Triest Lily Mae Eiland and standing room only
Blackwell and Hudson of west Margaret Prevatt Williams in the NE corner of SEl / 4 of crowd shown the county often receives -
Florida follows their recent to Elton Ward, a parcel of land SEl / 4, S33. T6S, R22E, Eva Mae H. Kuykendall Raulerson ,and to suggests George to Cardin less. Overall, Farns-

lying in the SW1< 4 of SWl,'.4 except: right-of-way of wife Tommy, the portion of the El / 2 commissioners taxpayerscould county worth said the board has Council Seat
of S28, T6S. R22E. $100. Seaboard Airline right-of- oftheNWl/4oftheSW1/4of put up with less services showed "conservation, but
Andrews and ElizabethS. in NE $8,000. inflation is them "
Guy way corner and less taxes. eating up.
S35. T7S, R22E, that lies E of During the
?#rt a miQlriier Andrews, to Elizabeth S. Joil D. Parramore and wife, the GS and F Railroad right- August 3t meeting Cardin Taxpayers not satisfied with
Andrews, all of lots 1,2 and 3 to Irwin Luxton and wife, all of-way,consisting of 6 acres, suggested long with other explanations they were in
and 6 and 7 except the that portion of NWl/ 4 ofNEl more or less, 20000. speakers. that an increase in favor of less services and Before Voters
southerly 60 ft. thereof and / 4 of S26, T5S. R21E, taxes might cutting salary increases
& .'- mean a change of
:.::.. :.: : the northerly 16.83 ft.of lot 5 of lying and being north of SR225 J. Warren Carver and.wife, commissioners next election given. "The cost of living
;: blcok 1 of Pearce's Re sub and E of a drainage ditch (See Page 4)) time. raises are more than some
{ !fJ people make," said 'A.B.
Whitehead. Jr. To the enjoyment -
"\\"' 'V T i of the audience Whitehead Next Tuesday ,

w:' City Sewer Lines To. Be Probed ,a request told commissionersafter for service for

Thursday, Sept..5 Roberts to come look at a and is
Starke voters will get a reason honesty trust a
problem eight years" ago, "heaan't chance next Tuesday, bid issue in this campagn.
Reserve Tickets got there yet. September 13, to fill the Group Green added.
OnSaleBHS Roberts repeatedly asked 2 city commission seat Warren was elected to his
For All Horn* Games As Part Of $1.85 M-II- ProjectPop the audience cuts with for specific choosing between newcomerto first term in 1975 unseating
budget !taxpayersreminding I IB
S13S0 : the political arena Ed 10-year veteran city
them they were Green, and incumbent Joe commissioner Jimmy McRae.
Warner With over $600,000 of a $1.85 camera, and a smoke test to sewer system evaluation has saved the church educational elected to serve the people andit Warren. A radio and television
General Meeting million sewer renovation and find places where water might been set by EPA, but that a building from burning this was their job to say "no" to A native of Bradford instructor at the Bradford -
5 p.m. Pratt St.Saturday.Sept'O. extension project already enter the system. first of the year completion is August 14 in an early morningfire. county departments. County Green is an auto- Union Area Vocational .
approved by the U.S. Purpose of the evaluation is more realistic.In Councilman Silcox said Particular sore spots with motive technician for the Technical Center in Starke,
Environmental Protection to tell whether a sewer line other action, the council: he has heard good reports in taxpayers, along with salary Florida National Guard at Warren is a Starke native anda
Agency (EPA), the Starke can be repaired from inside or -Succeeded in having that and other instances about Increases were the county Camp Blandmg and has livedin member of the National
city commission Tuesday whether it will have to be dug Councilman Harold Epps both the Fire Department and zoning office, mosquito control Starke for 10 years. He is a Guard. lie received a BA
and road and ditch
Pop Warner night put its stamp of up, Ruckman told the council. withdraw his motion which Police Department. Father past member of the Starke degree in Vocational
RegistrationAges approval on an $8 .500 The evaluation is a part of the never received a second to Flynn praised the city complaints.Roberts defended in- Police Department Auxiliaryand Industrial Education from the j
1-13 evaluation of. the present engineering-firm's project give non-union employees the firement for their courtesyand if salary all a past member of the University of =North Florida. )
saying
a.m.-5p.m. system. preparation. Ruckman said, same benefits union efficiency. creases pay Bradford Sheriff's Warren is married and has f
AtTCAY Sanitary Engineer Don but the outside firm is being employees won In the recent -Approved write-off of raises were reduce eliminated it Department.A one child.
Ruckman, of the firm of employed to do the work since bargaining and resulting utility bills totaling $1,486. half would mill.only The chairman the levy said member of Grace Baptist Warren said the issues in
. Road Bessent, Hammock and Bessent. Hammock, and court decision. Including the -Was favorable to Clerk control Church, Green serves as an this election are the electrical
,! la.m.-'p.m. Ruckman of Jacksonville Ruckman doesn't own eight percent pay increase. Edwards' request for a $2,850 the mosquito receives state department funds usher. He is married and has power problem which must be
before the councilTuesday Clerk Merrill Edwards said to validating machine to replacethe businesslike baiss. When
for appeared There should be no used at the landfill and the three children LeeAnn, 15, on a
, Vanessa Powell/* night to explain and customer disturbance from give all city employees an present one in city hall must comply with Billy 13, and Bradford, 8. you have a product for sale
Cancer VictimSRUandUS301 obtain approval for the latest the smoke test Engineer eight percent pay raise would which Is "falling apart." The county comprehensive planning or Green said the biggest issuein you get that product here
step in the project that has Ruckman told CouncilmanJoe cost somewhere between clerk said he has entered the the state will come in and do it this election year and one of you can get the lowest cost,"
been under study for the past Warren in to $45,000 and $55,000. Besides, amount in the new budget. and withhold the most concern to the citi- said Warren.Cu .
answer a revenue sharing.
Monday Sept. 12 l'/i' years. question. Edwards said the city pays Attorney George Pierce said This set off a chain reactionof zens of Starke is the high cost tting the minimums backon
I The sewer system "But I think you'll find a lot retirement for non-union the new machine will have 16 comments the' state is of electricity and the sewer, garbage, and water a
, Commission evaluation, required before of customers who employees but not for union department totals. Edwards allowed to dictate to the electrical service they are which were raised to
County are
EPA will release funds to on city employees. Epps said he'd do said it will do much work his getting compared towhat they compensate for the loss in the
much. Roberts
and too said
f:30a.m. are not
: sewerage getting county
repair the present faulty billed" Ruckman added. The some homework, "But I'll be office staff now does by pencil. only 46 percent of the budget are paying for. power plant suggested 1
sewer lines, It the final part of smoke will come out of the ready next time.Scheduled ." -Reacted calmly when comes from ad valorum taxes Another issue Is the honestyin Warren. "This would give
: Step One of the $1.85 million a Wednesday Clerk Edwards reported that a candidate said Green. those people on fixed incomesa
vent
TuesdaySept 13 pipes over houses the while the rest comes from
project, Ruckman said. EPA engineer pointed out. September, meeting of the city's bond rating has been sources such as the state and "This has been a quiet few more dollars to spend
(o has already approved an Ruckman department heads to meet reduced from A to BAA. which campaign because people are each month on groceries"
Election Starkt said he's federal governments. The
seen
infiltration inflow analysis as with the.clty's accountant on will mean a higher interest) disappointed! and disillusionedin Warren added.Unopposed .
And high as 20 state has final over the
Hampton
percent new
the next time the has say
I, and a facilities plan. customers found In such a new accounting proceduresthe rate city budgets of the sheriff, tax false trust and broken for the two year
Step Two will be a design of city must institute by to borrow money. The lower promises," said Green. I have term is police chief Jimmy
P BUARC test, "So, that's a side collector and property ap-
1 the sewer facilities, the first benefit. October I as required by the rating resulted from lastyear's said Roberts. people tell me, what is the use Bowen who was the first
S Sunshine 7iJOp.m.Acres phase of which is approved by The entire sewer program Federal Power Commission.Was poor audit report and praiser On hand for the tax to vote, everybody's all alike candidate to'qualify Bowen
EPA Ruckman said. the sorry state of city I believe for this will be serving his th'rd termas
,
o t Weston SR.1" should start moving very told by Clerk finances, Edwards said. He discussion, RepresentativeFrank anyway
Step Three will be actual rapidly now, Ruckman told Edwards that R.W. Beck & noted that rates Increases Williams said the police chief. He served on
) Brooker Council construction of the sewer the council. EPA has cut two Associates of Orlando has adopted this past will people have sat back and Rifle Discharges, the city council from 1969 to
7:30 p.m.Wednesday project, phase one of which is months of the schedule, he promised to have a cost improve the financial year taken what the governmenthas 1971. He left that seat to run for ?
y already approved. Ruckman said.Ruckman proposal on the electricity this year but that it will picture cost "thrown at them. Part of Killing Youth, 4 police chief. In the 1975 race
I. stated. Actual construction of asked and rate study by the next councilmeeting thousands to get the A rating the blame is that only 20 was opposed by Jesse t.t.he .
the is expected to September Rosco Bellamy, a four.year- Branson and Bill Chambers.
d Sept. 14 project received permission to begin 20. percent of the people vote. .
: begin next May briefing the council monthly -Agreed for Clerk Edwardsto back.Okayed lease of three new There; is a point where you old from Starke was Veteran city clerk Merrill
I .Hampton Council Southern Line Cleaning: of on progress of the program., reply favorably to a requestb Plymouth Fury police cars at can't afford everything," said accidentally killed Sunday Edwards, seeking his ninth
'Orlando has been retained to He will meet with the Y'the Florida Municipal Williams. when a rifle he was playing term of office, is unopposed
month from Gator
5 p.m. carry out the sewer system Sanitation Committee for half Utilities Association (FMUA) $349 Leasing per Company of One of the leaders of the with fired striking him in the Edwards has only had 1
evaluation, Ruckman told the and hour prior to the first for a central dispatch study Gainesville. The lease taxpayer turnout, insurance head. opposition twice in the 18
''The firm's for a statewide present Police that years he has held the position. j
council. reported
C..n.r 01 price Tuesday council meeting. electricity tie- expires Nov., 17. Chief Jimmy agent Merritt Williams, told B
under In. FMUA Bellamy of 905 Thomas Street Unopposed also is Vernon :
came in some $13,000 Ruckman agreed with' wants all cities Bowen said. The city is the commissioners, "you all 1
The (Hcmmunitu.T. the $85,500 approved for the Councilman Vernon Silcox' Including small ones, to paying Shaw and Keeter now of have got the messagewecan't Apt. 20 was playing with a Silcox, holding the Group 4 :;
loaded .22 caliber rifle. Whena seat on the commission. He
observation that sewer participate Edwards said. stand "
more taxes.
Gainesville $350 any
;; &ta It #iunkM..4 Evaluation of the system service Income Reacted with pleasure but that firm" per month to Paraphrasing President companion Howard Lewis was opposed in the 1975
will Include a dye test the extra customers expect when the clerk read a letter month was going up Lincoln's for the Johnson tried to take the gun election by Gem Jewelry I
In
the
$450 per new
.. 1..uf. Urdl infiltration tests, emulation of to be found and if water loss to from Father John Flynn of St. contract. The Gator Leasing people, government people, away it fired.Bellamy Store owner N.L. Woodburn.
conditions Mark's was pronounceddead Voting at the fire station will
120.000k rainfall an Episcopal Church Williams said government Is
..- L.-.C'_ inspection of the Inside of the cut.Ruckman said a November thanking the Fire Department labor contract or covers tires.only The parts present, not "01 the politician, for the at 4:45: p.m. at Bradford open at 7 a.m. and continue to >1 t t'

sewer lines with a television 15 completion date for the* for Its quick action which contract is complete. ) (See Page 4) County Hospital. 7p.m.Tuesday,September, .,1, I I Ir



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. Wed August 27 in Gainesville'Miss Chism I q <64ide l 9"Ae Jvew'bl ] ;



Martha R. Johns,
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daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wooly SocUly ...
Leonard G. Johns, Jr. of Fort -4 .. __ __ ____ ____ ____-..... ..- u --:---
McCoy, formerly residents of

Hampton and Thomas W. 9I 1 Woman's Club Turknett Weds
Chism, son of Mrs. Geraldine Miss Cynthia Lynn '

Chism of Phoenix, Ariz were ro Hold First
united in marriage Saturday Robert Alfred Hayes Jr. In KH Ceremony
August 27, in the Calvary I f? -1 14y Meeting Sept. 14 .

Baptist Church, Gainesville, J _.-A.---rllll_
with Rev A.D. Martin officiating The Conservation theme
will be carried out at the first Miss Cynthia Lynn Each wore pale yellow
of silk chiffon
Turknett, daughter of Mr. and gowns over
The
bride wore a dacron Fall meeting of the Woman's
taffeta. A soft chiffon
polyester organza gown, r. r Club: of Starke on Wednesday, Mrs. Roy LaMance Turknett, elbow yellow covered the
Jr., and Robert Alfred Hayes, length cape
style, high neck and
empire ept. 14, at 12:15: p.m. .
halter bodice. The
ruffled sleeves. Venise lace luncheon Jr., son of Mr. and .Mrs. empire top
The committee
Robert Alfred all of tiered effect, created by the
Hayes
trim and pink ribbon
accen- Paul
will be: Mrs. Bridges,
Keystone Heights, were flowing cape, was further accentuated -
tuated the raised waist and hairman, Mrs. Willie Mae
married Saturday,Sept.3, at 8 in the style of the
bodice. Attached chapel train enton, Mrs. L.H Gibson,
with hemline flounce completed Mrs., H.T. Godwin, Mrs..John p.m. in the Keystone Community -skirt They, by carried a tier of chiffon. of
Church. nosegays
the Mrs. William Wilson
Griffin
gown. ,
Beverly Meng attended as Irs., Carl L. Johns, Mrs. The Rev. LeRoy Lewis officiated yellow white and coral
colored carnations and
maid of honor. Uydc: Terwillegar and Mrs. during the candlelight
Kenneth L. Johns was best C.A.: Futch. service. Mrs. W.A. Nail, chrysanthemums, highlightedwith
man. organist, accompanied Mrs. dainty baby's breath and

After a wedding trip to James McMurtry who offered greenery and were compli- r
Jacksonville Beach the couple Pam ChapmanLinen several vocal selections mented' with long coral 5
during the colored streamers. The
is residing in Anthony Ma ceremony.
., RCSf Shower: The couple exchanged matron of honor's bouquetwas
M1
+ n nuptial vows before an arched distinguished ,by coral vv'-

Pam Chapman Honoree Aug?25 candelabra flanked by two colored sweetheart roses in
spiral candelabras and two the center and cream colored
MichaelGaskins tall baskets of yellow coral streamers.The .
lTY Miss Pam Chapman was and white arrangements, attendants wore hair
To Wed Sept. 9 i k onored at a linen shower created with gladiolas pieces of' coral and yellow w

hursday August 25, given by chrysanthemums carnations, sweetheart roses.
!Miss Pam chapman and > Michael Gaskins will be rt Kenny[ Chitty and Mrs. Edward lighted with greenery. Potted the flower girl wearing a

united in marriage Friday. <:'Abo,_ ._'--? "--' .u Ripplinger at the homef palms extended on each side yellow print gown accented 5aMrr
Sept. 9, at 8 p.m. at New Oak :Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. Chism f the latter on Palm street. of the candlelighted focal with the green and coral
Grove Baptist Church in A fall color theme was point completing the scene for colors of the wedding party. I

Alachua with a reception c'arned out in the decorations.The the wedding party and guests. She carried an organdy basket
following in the church Bridesmaid's Luncheon For refreshment table was Bobby Grayson was best and threw coral colored rose C
Fellowship I Hall I I -' c overed with white linen cloth man. Groomsmen were Larry pedals.A .
All friends and relative are Pam Chapman a nd centered with an arrangement Turknett,brother of the bride; reception followed
invited to attend'BIRTHS. of roses. Mrs. Chitty Jeff Batts, Wayne Harmon. immediately in the Keystone

Miss Pam Chapman was cloths and centered by dried s erved the cake and' Mrs. Glen Moyer, Robin Henderson Heights Woman's Club.
bridesmaid's fall arrangements. J J ackson presided at the punch and Bret Cole. They all wore The bride's table covered
t- honored at a ;
S -- luncheon Saturday given by The 13 guests attending D owl "" dark green tuxedos compli- with the bride's great-grand
l i her grandmother. Mrs. included the honoree and Games with prizes :and mented by yellow formal mother's handmade lace
efreshments cloth, featured three tiered
were enjoyed by shirts. a
Geneva Dukes, two aunts, attendants. J"
-.' silver candelabra adorned
le 20 guests. The bride given in
Mrs Jerald Hicks of Jacksonville Miss Chapman was presented -
Jennifer Ann Joy ner and Mrs Bob Matthewsof with a peignoir set Mrs A.W. Chapman, marriage by her father, appeared with a center floral arrange.
lother of the honoree and ment in the bride's chosen
hostesses in an A-line styled
and cousin.. Mrs. from her as a
!Mr and Mrs Randy Joynerof Calvin Starke.Pace of a Lake Butler memento of the occasion. "Irs. Arthur Gaskins; mother'f gown of white silk chiffon. Her colors of yellow and coral.
the
Providence announce 0:f F the prospective groom, gown featured a camisoledice' Centering the table was a
luncheon held at
birth of their daughter. The was ''ere each given a rose bud accented by Swiss four tiered wedding cake
of Mrs Dukes N. Vickie Hazen
Jennifer Ann born August 23 the home where the on fall T'he honoree was presented embroidery on a yoke .of which featured a lighted
al AUchud General Hospital. Cherry street with, a corsage and bedspread English net. Bishop sleeves flowing fountain between the
theme carried out in thelower
was Michael Beck
f 1 rom her hostesses as a were accented with appliquesof first and second tier. It was
Maternal grandparents are ( arrangements. memento of the occasion.JBIRTHS. Venice lace which was decorated with yellow roses
Mrs Louie Lyons of Alachua covered The buffet with table was lace To Wed Sept. 10 further carried out on thegown's and wbite doves and topped
and Lamar Tanner. of an ecru
with three wedding bells.
chapel length train.
cloth and centered by a fall
1'rovidem.e dried flankedby !Miss Vickie llazen and She wore a long cathedral Mrs. Frank Hadley. grand
Paternal grandparents are arrangement Michael Ronald Beck will be length mantilla handmade in mother of the bride: Mrs
Mr. and :Mrs :Neil; Jojner of f burnt orange candles.
The two round dining tables united in marriage Sept. 10 at Brussels, Belgium which was Jack Hogan aunt of the bride
htaike were covered with ecru' lace the Northside Baptist Church. attached to a Juliette cap and Mrs. Robert Kendrick
embroidered with Swiss aunt of the bridegroom
\Mr.and !Mrs Philip Nichols
embroidery and bordered greeted guests as they arrived -
of f Starke announce the arrivalf with Brussels lace. A receiving line was : ami :Mrs. Robert .\. lIa H. Jr I
a\
,f a baby girl Monica
She carried a cascade of featured following the cere-
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I-, t : Suzanne, born in August St. Vircent'sMedical 30 at yellow roses highlighted with mony in the church vestibule the Florida Keys! the couple and Southern College ofoptometry
; tl j ; 1 1.13: a.m.
ti coral colored the Others assisting during the ()
; Center in Jackson- roses in will make its home in Talla- in Memphis Tenn
I center and baby's breath. reception were Mrs: William hassee where the bride is The bridegroom is also a
'ille 'j 1 Mrs.Jeff Batts sister of the Edwards. Miss Pam Ogden, employed by Drs. Walker and graduate of Keystone High

Maternal grandparents are bridegroom, served the brideas Miss June Redfearn Miss Taylor and the bridegroom is School. He is a graduate of

\\Ir.I and Mrs. One. A. Wigginsf her ,matron of honor. Nancy Nickell, Miss Leann a student at Florida. State Chippola Junior College< and i is
Starke. Bridesmaids were Miss Chris Martin. ', Mrs. Robin University: now attending Florida State

Paternal grandmother is Brokas, Miss Teresa Farris, Henderson' Mrs W.A. Nail The bride is a graduate of University majoring in
; he late Mrs. Myrtice Ntehols Miss Pam Farris, all of' >Mt* Ray,Farris directed the: Keystone I Hefghts! 'School criminology.
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of Starkeo't? :., Keystone and:Miss Con tk t' ding".tAt-t'-' ; :; ''\ ,; .,. Erwin of Oklahoma City. *.BplIowlng3> 'wedding.Trip foR r.

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Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Welty
BowlM Honored held their annual picnic on Wednesday after a
Speaker 12 Richard at the home of Mr. weeks vacation to West and family spent the weekend Airman Amy Blalock Idaho
] H Sept. Reverend Father August 28 Mrs. E.P. Renner returned Key with her mother Mrs. Jane C/ Mountain Home AFB, ,
Bowles celebrated Mass at St. and Mrs Francis Meng on Sunday from three weeks visit and Sanibel Island. Ward, at Cocoa,Beach and daughter of Mrs. James H. for duty with a unit of the I
$ Mrs. W.G. Stroup. Edward's Catholic Church on Hampton Lake. with her brother-in-law and attended the after- Blalock of 902 Bulter Road, Tactical Air Command. I
- -" missionary from the August 31 With the pastor, Besides good food those sister Mr. and Mrs. J.W. .. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy noon wedding Saturday of her sister Starke, has graduated at Completion of the course i
Phillipines, will be guest Reverend Father Patrick attending enjoyed swimming, Prather In Temple City and Wiggins of Jacksonville MaryAnne Ward to Nelson, Chanute AFB, III, from the earned the individual credits I
Foley. horseshoes, trampoline visited his Mr. and U.S. Air Force technical associate in
speaker at the First Baptist Lake Arrowhead. She also parents Black where Mrs. towards an
Church WMU general meeting Father Bowles who was jumping and other games. spent a week with a niece Mrs.Orie Wiggins on Monday.Mr. matron of honor. Welty was training course for aircraft applied science degree I
Monday, Sept. 12 assigned pastor of St. Mrs. William Cash, Mr. Cash pneudraulic repairmen. through the Community
Mrs. Stroup and her hus- Michael's in Pensacola after Luckey Winner and family at their ranch at and Mrs. Don Neel are Local admittances to Brad- Airman Blalock who was College of the Air Force
band have served recently in leaving St. Edward's met Mac Baldwin was the lucky Shadow Hills, Cal. celebrating their 25th wedding ford this trained to repair aircraft graduate of Bradford High
County Hospital
.the Mission field in the former parishioners and winner of the side of beef anniversary with a trip to the week hydraulic 'and pneumaticunits School.MAN .
.Phillipine Islands. friends at the covered dish given away on Sept. 4 by St.Edward's Bahamas Sunday to Friday. Mrs. include: from Starke, is being assigned to
Joyce Gregory, Mrs.
dinner held in his honor Parish Council.Altar .
'.* The luncheon will consist of following Mass. Mrs. Betty Jane Salmon Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Elouise Siemer, Michael
authentically prepared Also attending the receptionwere Society Meeting Sutliff, daughter of Mr. and Fancho Jacksonville visited Scott, William Burton,
Phillipine cousine. his Mr. and Mrs. Albert Salmon of Starke Howard Ochler and Mrs.
parents St. Edward's Altar Societyis her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Baptist women will not wantto Mrs. Leo Bowles of Jackson- scheduled to meet graduated August 26 from A.B. Whitehead on Monday. Alma Starling; Willis Broughton ,
miss this interesting ville. Wednesday evening, Sept. 14 Florida-Tech with a from Raiford and '
program and novel luncheon. >The head table covered witha at 7:30: p.m. in the Parrish exceptional child learning Mr. and Mrs. Mack Clarence Ritchey of Keystone of the -
A cordial invitation is
white cloth held an arrangement disability Master's degree. Williams have had as visitors Heights..
extended to those who have
of red roses and a decor- HaU.Members are requested to Previously Betty Jane John Williams of Titusville
'i not been attending and to in 1961 Mrs. Freda
BHS
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along filled 'Thursday to Saturday and Mr. .
\ those working women who can Parker In bring graduated from St. Johns Mrs.Albert Sanderson in Fort
Mrs. Tommy was Bags to be distributed to Lake and Mrs. Ben Williams and
: coordinate their lunch hours charge of arrangement for the River Junior College with an children Lauderdale the past two '
Suzanne and
City Veterans. Mark,
with the luncheon time.
j. received a weeks.
AA in 1965
The regular business reception., Members are invited to also degree ; Educationat of Savannah, Ga. Sunday to ,
BA in elementary
( will be held the bring a wrapped "What BugsMe" Tuesday.
meeting in St. Edward's Picnic Florida-Tech in 1973. She -- -- -
from their home as
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sanctuary at 11:30: a.m. Members and friends of St. feature. taught mental retardation in AUGUST -
entertainment
{'Immediately following the 10 Edward's Catholic Church an Brevard County for three RUSSELL CONTRACTING CO.
i a.m. council meeting in the years and taught at Riverview
; lounge. High School in Sarasota for 2731 Dennis ur Orange Park. Fie 32073
1'I The luncheon will be served Julie Padgett Shower Honoree two years. Betty Jane is "Serving You For 6 Years" JOHN E WATSON ID
I in the recreation room at 12 married and has two children, ALL: ALUMINUM MAINTENANCE FREE CONSTRUCTION ,
}.o'clock and the program will Mrs.Julie Hazen Padgett, a and Mrs. Janice Jones at the. 12 and 9 and lives with her VINYL WINDOWS AVAILABLE I
.? be presented at 12:30 p.m. recent bride,was honored at a home of the latter. husband and famility In Sara- FREE ESTIMATES. CALL 269.1200 Field Representative !
A cordial invitation is bridal shower, Monday Aug. The 21 guests enjoyed. sota.
extended. 29 given by Mrs. Glenda games and refreshments between
the hours of 7:30: and 10
Mrs. Sandra Ross
Padgett THE BRADFORD LLOYD O. ANDERSON CO) AND ASSOCIATES

: Vickie Hazen pm.The refreshment table was COUNTY TELEGRAPH 601 N. Magxta Avenue
DUPLICATE BRIDGE covered with a white cloth Published every Thursdayat
Shower HonoreeMiss CLUB RESULTS with silver bells and matching 138 W.Call Street Orlando 843-2760
Jeff Wrenshall and Eva napkins and plates. The table Starke Florida 32091 \

Vickie Hazen. whose Mathewson were the winning was centered with a cake AGENTS FOR
marriage Michael Beck will couple at Duplicate Bridge topped with a shower or- Second Class postage paid

be an\ event of Sept. 10, was Tuesday night. 'Marie Dent nament. The punch bowl was Starke, FloridaSubscription GUARDIAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY !
honored at a bridal shower on and Lora Francis were second at one end of the table and a :I
Saturday. August 20, given by and Charles Riddle and Jack flower arrangement at the Rates: OF AMERICA I
Mrs. Shyrel Crawford, Mrs. Burnette were third. other end.Among In trade area: 17 per _
I Jean Norman and Mrs. Lois the guests were the year;$4 six months
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refreshment table was Padgett the honoree's
covered with a white lace grandmother, Mrs. Evelyn
cloth and centered with an Nine couples from the Norman and her sister Miss
arrangement of pink roses. Strawberry Swingers were in Vickie Hazen. rV layaway .1!
Tampa Friday to Monday The honoree received a 45 T

The enjoyed a social attending the annual piece set of ironstone dinner-
guests
Knothead square dance ware as a memento of the
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"t"'J and Delano Thomas to
Fla., $30,000.James lying and being In the NWV4 ofSEI4 Richard E. Welty and wife, a
West of the of the SEV of NWtt of
being County
portion Cleveland Sullivan\ and wifeto
to Chyler W. Green and NEll 4 of the SEll 4 of SS, situated
M. to of Sec. 35 of land in S21
wifei Courtnay T6S R22E. Road parcel ,
Graded $6,483.33. 34, T5S, R22E, lying West of Percy E. Sullivan and FelixM.
lots 6 and 7 of block R2213, T8S, R22E, $100. '
Robert Brownell and wife, lot $4,000. T6S, R22E, $20 000.
Charles E. Zipperer to Lola right-of-way of SR13; and contaIning .Sullivan,NWV4 of NEV4 ex- !
Livingston, Truby andCompany's Ray Crews and wife to IHcKowen
1, Lake Hampton Oaks, lying James Albert Wanton and George F. and
Mae Zipperer.' Lot 1, Block 3, 9 acres, more or less; cept right-of-way except
Addition to Elizabeth Crews, a of
parcel and in Section 25 TS7S wife to to Billy P. Spreacker, S's
being Shirley Walker, theE Bessent Manor Unit No. 1, said Road 13 now being SR 200 drainage easement and wife
Starke, $15,500.Edwards land containing .45 of an acre, R21E, $3,800.Geneva beginning at the NEcorner of Lot 23, Woodlawn, containing
$ and U.S. 301, $10,000. that East of SR
$9.000.! except portion
Building Supplies, lying in the SEll 4 of NEll 4 and
Lake Estates, Inc. of the of 4.14 acres lying in
NWV4
theNWV4 .
Lawson and wife to MUlia A. Dampier to Mlllla .100, and except that portion
Inc. to Leonard C. Cone, the of S16, TGS, R22E $100.
to Heman Bucy and wife, lot Of 525, T8S, R22E 40 S12, TSS, R22E. $5,000.
El/2 of the NWI/4 of the W.F. Moore and wife to Sarah B. Cooper, two parcelsof A. Dampier, that part of W% West of County Graded Road,
F. Shaw to Klert
12, Geneva Oaks, $38,400. yards S to a point of land comprising portions on of NEVI which lies N of Santa and one acre In SW Eugene
except
NWI/4 of S34, TSS, R21E, Kenneth Wayne Shuford and
Charles A,Devane and wife thence W Sundusadee and wife. LoU 2
beginning,
70 yards, the WMi of Block 1 South, Fe River, containing 14 acres, corner to Hall, and
containing 20 acres, more or wife, a parcel of land
of lots Alice Claire Devane; andItarvey thence S 70 yar ,thence E 70 Range 3 W: the EV4 of Block more or less, situate lying acre in NW corner E of County and 3, Block 1, The Woods,
less. $100.Linda compromising portions
Walter D. DeVane and wife, yards,thence N 70 yards to the IS, R4W, OJ the Eva of BlockIN and being in Bradford County, Graded Road to Felix 13000.
M. Clark to 7 and 8 of block 15 of Lawtey: B. Blackwell and
Williams and Sons, Inc., Commence at the SW cornerof Mary F. DeVane to Curtis point of beginning, containingone ,R4W,and the W Mi of BlockIN $100. Sullivan,all lying and being In William
Sanders and wife, the W 36 acre more or less, $100. all In Hugh E. Hudson to John
the R3W; Simon J. Vernon V. Mobley, Jr. and 535, T7S, R22E, $100.
Parcel A: part of NW1 4 said block 15 for point of and wife all that tractor
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and two-thirds feet of lots 5 Peggy H. Thomas to Bill M. Temple's Subdivision, $16,500. Vernon Mobley to The Norma L. Cardell to Norma
of the NWl 4 of S2, T6S, beginning, and run E along of land
R22E; Parcel B: part of the the southerly boundary and 7 of Block 17 in the Osceola, north 200 ft. of Efe of Judith Alkire n-k-a Judy A. Trustees of Victory Temple Rivers Jr. and wife, a parcel parcel In containing the NW'
SWl / 4 of the NWl 1 of S2, thereof 150 ft.; thence original town of Starke; also, SEV4 of NEV4 lying E of Moody to Benton Belcher, Church of God, the S'/i of the of land situated in S12, T9S, 1.447 acres lying S21 R22E 4
T6S, R22E, $1,000. northerly and parallel with from the intersection of Call County Graded Road knownas from the SE Corner of Intersection following parcel: Lot 19 East R22E, Bradford Co., Fla.; and of SEV4 of T6S. ,
Harry A. Douglass and wife, the westerly boundary of said and Walnut Streets at the SE Forsyth Road in 54. T7S of 3rd Street and West- Lawtey, Fla., and commencing being Lot 39 of an unrecorded 39611667. and wife
Barker to
corner of lot 7 of Block 17, per R22E, $100.WH moreland St. in the City of at the NE of map of Seminole Ridge Unit James
to John P. Hileman and wife, a block, 140 ft.; thence westerlyand corner Alexander and wife
of
Joseph
parcel of land located in the parallel with said plat of the original town Eddy to Carlton E. Starke, run East on South Lot 19 East L.awiey ana run No. 6, $42,100.
SE1 / 4 of S12, T9S, R22E, southerly boundary. 150 ft. to Starke, 35700. Lipsius, the SVi of the SWV4 edge of 3rd St. 253 feet to a East along the South Side of Lamar Dupree, Individually Lot 12, Block. 2. Santa Fe
locally referred to as lot 21, of the westerly boundary of said Parrish to J.T. Parrish : and the WV4 of the SWV4 of the point; thence South 250 feet to Lawtey and Middleburg Road and as a joint Shores, $12,900.George's Ltd.
an unrecorded plat of block; thence southerly along Parcel: all of the SVi of NVi SEV4 of Sec. 35, T7S, R21E, the point of beginning; thence 80 feet, thence South along the venturer of a joint venture Properties, to
Seminole Ridge Unit 2, said westerly boundary, 140 ft. of NEV4: lying West of Branch, lying north of the Santa Fe continue South 250 to a pipe; West side of Edwards St. 274 consisting of James W. Charles M. Mosely and wife, a
$55,000. to point of beginning, $3,400. in S12, T6S, R30E containing river, $19,050.Samuel thence run East 104 ft.; thencerun ft., thence West and parallel Tompkins, Lamar Dupree and part of the SW14 of NWr.ofS6,
25 acres, more or less. ParcelII Craig Salley d-b-a Executive T6S, R22E containing 3 acres
Robert W. Morris to RobertW. Lee and wife to northerly along a fence with Lawtey and Middleburg ,
: SWV4 of NEV4 and SEV4 of Warren W. Stevenson 250 feet to a point thence Park a Joint Venture to Craig and a part of the SWri of
Morris and Elizabeth 3.D. Wright, Sr. and wife to Lots 18- ; run Rd. 130 feet, thence North and
Stubbs, the S80 ft. of the N 170 James F. Ward and wife a NE',4 lying West of McKinney 26 and Lots 28 and 29, West and parallel to the South at right angles to Lawtey and Salley,portion of the SWVt of NWV4 of S6, T6S, R22E containing
ft. of the E 440 ft. of the portion of Sections 13 and 14, Branch, all in Sec. 21, T6S, Lakeview, together with an line of 3rd St. 100 ft., more or Middleburg Road 74 feet to the the SVVV4 of S28 T6S, R22E, 6 acres, more or less,
TS6S, R21E, Bradford Co., R20E, containing 55 acres undivided 1-21 interest in and less, to the point of beginning, SW Corner of Lot 19, thence $100. $6,100.
and wife
more or less. Parcel III: to Lot 5 of said subdivision all save and excepting there from East to the SE Corner of Lot Stanley S. Noegel to RobertG. J.L. Waters to
beginning at the NW corner of lying in Bradford County, the N85 ft thereof $100. 19, thence North to the point of and Eula Mae Carlton, a James S. Waters and wife Lot
the NWl4 of NEV4 and run Pla., $22,000.Elliott Benjamin Clark and wife to beginning being in East strip of land containing 2.76 6, Block 7, Lawtey, Fla.,
TIRE REPAIR South 440 yards, thence east to Tyson and wife to Timothy Clark and wife Lawtey, Fla., being the North acres on the East side of SW4 $11,800.
McKinney Branch thence t of the NW 44 of the SW In SlO Robert F. Bell and wife to
Jimmy Tyson, a parcel of land commence at NE Corner of 274 feet of Block 18, West of Vi ,
north up branch line of the containing 0.5 of an acre, lying SWV4 of SE V4 and run westerly Edwards St., East Lawtey, T7S, R22E $2,900. D.V. Harper and wife Lot 11
We Only Use Rema Patches { NWV4 of NE'/4: thence to in the SE'/4 of NWV4 of S18, along North Line 208.75 ft. fora $1,800. Walter G. Harvey and wife of Sampson Lake Shores. Unit
P.O.B. said lands being in T6S, R22E, $100. point of beginning; thence Raymond Nash and wife to to James E. Houck and wife 1 I. being in S35 T6S, R21E.
Section 12, T6S, R20E, con Helen F, Jones, Personal continue West 208.75 ft., Vernon E. Olin and Eloise M. two parcels of land located in 8000.
& Boots (No Plugs) taining 25 acres more or less, Representative of the Estateof thence run southerly 208.75 ft., Olin, the southerly 5 acres of the SEV4 of S22, TSS, R22E, Gladys Crosby to RobertAke
$100.Wayne Lawrence W. Batten, Sr. to thence run southerly 208.75 theN of SEV4 of NEV4 of Sec. $35,000. and wife, a parcel of land
E. Douglas and wifeto Helen F. Jones, two parcels of feet, thence run easterly 1, T6S, R21E, $9,700. L. Dean Cassels and wife to containing 12.14 acres.!vine 1 in
Marlie Sanderson and wife, land lying in Sec. 18, '.TIS, 208.75 ft to S.W. Corner of Gilbert Q. Crosley and wife Michael O. Woodfin and wife, theSW of NE'' of S36, T5S,
\ a parcel of land lying and R22E, $24,000. Benjamin Clark, Jr. Lot. to Evelyn Powell, parcel of parcel 7: a part of the E'- of R21E. $14,700.Raymond .
being in the NEV4 of NEV, Eva Hall Bradley to .W.V. thence run northerly along land lying In SIS, T7S, R22E, Lot 60 of Woodlawn Subdi D. Rhoden to
I7L' S20, T6S, R22E. $40,000. Forsyth, Jr. and wife, Lots 5- West line of Benjamin Clark Bradford County, Fla., $2,200. vision. S31, TSS, R22E, $2,500. Raymond D. Rhoden and wife,
( J.M. Edwards and wife to 14 in the E.W. Hayes' subdi- Jr. Lot 208.75 feet to the point Joyce T. Futch to Edward Robert J. Shannon and wife the South half[ of 1 acre square
John Sanders and wife, a vision. Also those parcels of of beginning lying and being and Madeline Roberts, the to Robert J. Shannon Jr and lying in the NE corner of that
parcel of land lying in the land adjoining above in NViof NEV4 ofSWV4 of SEV4 South 10 fl of the East 130 ft. wife, a parcel of land con- part of NE 4 of NE'4 as lies
eaa=est. sll SW\4 of NEVi .of S33, T6S. described property as of 526, TSS, R22E, containing 1 of Lot 4, Block 16 in the Townof taining 1.0 acres in the NW'4 West of Graded Road running!!
R22E, $900.Ginny described in quit-claim'deed: 'acre, more or less, $100. Lawtey as mapped and of NW (4 Of S35, T6S, R22E, through same in S28, T7S
1\\ 0\is 4k,4 B. McLaughlin to dated March 15. 1955,save and Lester Slade and wife to platted upon the public $100.Robert R22E, $100.
t Leon J. Marcel and wife, Lot excepting road right-of-way C.W. Slade and wife, the West records of Bradford Co., Fla., J. Shannon and wifeto Tax Increase...
*' % CARS 8, Block 1, Shady Oaks Subdivision across above described land, 468 feet of the NEV4 of the thereof all lying and being in Ray Crews and wife, a
,* % lying situate in Sec. 8, $66,000. NEV4, South of SR18, in Sec. Sec. 23, TSS, R22E, $100. parcel of land containing 1.0 <( PICKUPSLARGE T7S, R20E. 24100. Margaret Reddish to RobertJ. 29,T7S,R22E and containing 3 James K. Lloyd and wife to acres, lying in the NWU ofNWI4 politician, and by the
Bessie McCray to Clyde T. Evans and wife, a part of acres, more of less, $100. Earl W. Schultz and wife, a of S35, T6S, R22E, $100. politician."
TRUCKS McCray and wife, a parcel of the Amelia Crawford Clara of land situated in Lots Catherine Dell Dean to
W. A r.eiH. SE4 0l? Tx 5S" 521E- parcel Edward Much of the audience bagan
24 J.M. Richardson and
land lying in the SEa of NE'
4 Earl
$13,401) R21E, Burger Crawford 5 and 6 of Unit No. 3, Inidan drifting out as the hour beganto
Of Sec. 16, T6S, R22E $100. Vesta Dell, a parcel of land
TRACTORS Gerald
Crawford
Anthony Lazarczyk to Larry J.B. Beach, $39,500.Rayford .
Your e..iMu. grow late. Taxpayers were
Leslie Franklin Glisson and containing 1 acre more or less
Crawford
Baugess and wife, that portionof Edward Crawford, English to Ranell hear the
FLEET DISCOUNTS I wife to Ted T, Newman, Jr. the S'4 of SE of SEV4 of and Doris Martin Roe to Larry English, an undivided Mi interest Spec. in the SE',4 of NWi4 of commissioners'commenting minds were
and wife, a parcel of land S15, T7S, R22E, lying and M. Crawford and wife a in Lot 4, Block 5, Stephen 18, T6S Simmons, R22E, $3.000.and wife already made up. and were

,. ---.- ---.- __.......___._ ............._ Lincoln City Subdivision, $100. just going through the
formality of the hearing.
Ken Quaranta,Assistant Consumer Asking for a poll indi
< Service Supervisor a < PUBLIC AUCTION vidually on the board's
proposed millage increase
Florida Power a Light Fri. Sept. 9, 1977 At 7:30: P.M. commissioner Dave Shuford

Furniture, Appliances, Clothing, said he would vote for it. "do
what is best it is the best way
.., ,4 Household Items out for the best of the county
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f ; ? 4t k4 Glass Ware, Collectables, Tools, my Suggestions mind is made were up.made" that

Sew Auto Supplies & Much More next year the tax payers
should get in the process from
Drawing For Cash Award the beginning as each budgetis
submitted from each
301 AUCTIONHwy department. Freddie
Watterson said if
301 N: Starke;Fla: Old Moot* Lodg. Building dissatisfiedwith
the current laws and'the
way' state money *l is
A9i ;Y St'W distributed get in i touch
s r Jordan Agency At Starke with committee the consitutional gathering revision


1 R'I 964 -5 2 37 the Information constitution.about changing

6 When Roberts called for the-

.., S/ IJ? k MOBILE HOMESDEDICATED vote all commissioners to adopt a resolution voted yea.to

Taxpayers filed from the up
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I ": HAMPTON AREA NEWS Annual Meeting; Of Farm Starke Rotarians, To Join !,

Bureau Set I II
September 17
t.( ? ,Congratulations By Delores Meng Joe Meng landed I' I
a 6V4 .
"*,I u'u'Mr.', and Mrs. Thomas andnl Phone 468-1915 pound bass while fishing in The annual membership President George Hugginssays World Understanding WeekThe I
Hampton Lake
Carla King are the proud Mark, Mr. and Mrs. Randy with on Labor Day meeting of our Bradford this is expected to be the

parents of a baby boy, Hodges and Amy, and Mr. and Randy Scoggins who _County_1.-'..'_"Farm.___ Bureau. .is._ best annual meeting ever.
J I-Michael Paul, born August 1. Mrs. Ralph Morgan. Other caught The the Joe smaller Riddick fish. 9"" : ,r, during the more than 30 years members of the Rotary Another local citizen Mrs. developing nations, Kev. !
L: at Alachua General Hospital visitors that day were Richard entertained with family Obituarlesr of organization in Bradford Club of Starke will loin with Jerry Parsons, has been Harper said.Rotary I
.,.and weighing 7 Ibs. 11 oz. Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. Randy cookout and a lake County.An more than 800.000 Rotariansin submitted to Rotary International is in
Maternal Jones of Starke. boating skiing on extra delicious Farm the second of a
grandparents are Labor 150 countries the week of International as a candidatethis year nine-year
;h,.',Mr. and Mrs. James P. Meece Mr.and Mrs. Matthew Baun Mr. Day.and Mrs. Mrs. Zella M. Frederick Bureau special ham supper September 11-17 to observe year in the same cycle whereby each club in
,w.of Hampton. Paternal grandparents are home after three months Stefanelli Henry will be served, beginning at World Understanding Week, one country Is matched with a
are Mr. and Mrs. in New Hampshire where they were Labor pleasantly Mrs.Zella M. Frederick 55, 6:30: p.m. in the Starke according to Rev. George program. If selected she will club in another part of the
,., Floyd King of Starke. helped their son, Errol Wayne surprised the visit of on Mr. and Mrs.Day with of Plant City died Friday, National Guard Armory.A Harper, president of the club. study the methods for world for furthering the goalof
'. Leslie Brown celebrated his Baun, and his bride celebrate Luke of Fort Lauderdale.Dave' September 2, in Bradford special exhibit of Farm World! Understanding Weekis world understanding. I,
; 8th birthday at the home of his his birthday. Mrs. Baun's Also County Hospital following a Bureau products for sponsored by Rotary teaching the handicappedused '
parents Mr and Mrs. Gerald sister accompanied them on visiting their Henry and Antoinetteat brief illness. agricultural use, will be set International for the purposeof at Oxford in England. ethical standards in business
(ji: L. Brown on Sept. 5. sightseeing and visiting trips. son, Robert Lake home Stefanelli were their Daughter of the late Robert up. Attendants will be presentto advancing international Rotary clubs throughout the and professions and
j Charlene Campbell cele- They especially enjoyed family and and and Leah Knight Nettles of answer questions. Door understanding, goodwill and world will exchange international peace. The local
brated her 19th visiting the Shrine of Our Sally Winters of will be club, which has 50 members
birthday on Gainesville and Starke Mrs. Frederick was prizes featuring edible peace, a continuing aspect of approximately 5,000 high-
Sept. 5 with a weekend trip Lady of LaSallette in Enfield Russell Norman Mr.of and Mrs. born in Callahan and movedto Farm Bureau farmer Rotary said Rev. Harper.The school age students from was formed in 1937 added
?,' visiting friends in Atlanta. She N,H. and viewing the White Hampton Lake Starke. Starke at an early age. She produced products. Rotary Club of Starke Rev. Harper.
had a nice time even though Mountains. Labor was lovely moved to Plant City in 1935 Huggins and each memberof will observe the week with the country to country ; give
;I'; she missed the "Surnrise Happy Birthday to E.W. John over Day weekend with and made her home there. the Board of Directors urge appearance of Linda Rockwellat overseas study awards worth The Rotary Club of Starke is
Hodges on Sept. 1. His Preisler's pretty all Farm thousands of dollars; and an organization of businessand
",f Birthday Party" arranged for sailboat, several Mrs. Frederick was a Bureau members to the Rotary meeting
I li,, her.. by friends Saturday daughter Kim, entertained on and the beautiful float jet ski boats member of the Baptist attend and enjoy their annual Wednesday, September 14. cooperate in projects to professional men. Its
,? evening. Sept. 4 with a family cele- boat recently Church. meeting, provide aid to communities in aims are service to the ,

'.' bration which included her Dolly acquired Simpson.by The Georgeand Survivors include one ............................. Ms. Rockwell was community promotion of high I
husband Ralph warm sponsored by Rotary to visit _
Election Day Morgan daughter, Mrs. Mary Lee r aa.Iara r i
weather also Thank notes THE - - ;
brought out you -
whose birthday is England Sweden France and
on Sept. 13. Eight Plant City two sons,
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Polls will be Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliver many swimmers, boaters and Gus and OFFICE SHOP Ph. 964.5764 other European countries to
.1. open at have returned home skiers, besides several fishing Frank" Frederick Stamp pads THE OFFICE study their methods in PANELING( ) 1
..r.Hampton City Hall on Sept. 13 after amonth's boats. Plant City; four brothers: SHOP. Ph. 9S4-57S4 CENTER !,
from 7 a.m. until 7 pm. to vacation in Franklin Melvin Herman and Grady teaching the handicapped. ;
afford city residents the N.C. Enroute home they Noltlon nil of Stat-lro Anti .--- ---- l
I op- -
? Hampton ElementarySchool i
.i portunity to elect a new mayor visited their granddaughter, Harry Nettles of Fort Worth: OOO CajI
1 I;; and three council members Mrs. Lenora Knox and Texas; four sisters: Mrs. Mae
'i i The candidates for mayor are children Chris and Felicia in Enrollment at Hampton Combs, MacClenny Mrs I I 'iu1Ja? o0 Ji 40 i mfJ( i
Gordon P. Wadsworth Fayettsville Ga. They also Geraldine Blossom Olean
Jr. and Elementary on Sept. 6 I II
..,William H. Summers. The traveled through Plains Ga., numbered 172. Two new New York; Mrs. Violet I "STARKE'S OWN BAKERY" iI II I
I ;'!),' three council members will be finding things quite normal kindergartners coming in Stewart Starke and Mrs. 138 East Call St. Starke 964-5890 I 14x8 I
I .? selected from incumbents, with only a few tourists there. brought their'number to 28. Winnie Quick Apopka; and
;>., A.C. Dennyson and Hank Lott They feel rested and relaxed' Donna Bates from Trenton nine grandchildren. ,
who are in the running with after this wonderful trip. Mrs. Ga. joined Carole Shields'seventh Funeral services were | ,I
I ,. Ernest Green Donald W. Oliver says, "There is no grade class. conducted Monday '' SPECIALS THIS WEEK SHEETS
,11) Helle and Roy Roark. place like home"although it it The first PTA meeting of the September 5, at the Pine ,
Hampton residents nice to get away occasionally) Valley CongregationalHoliness ,
.
report held ,
year was Tuesday I
I ." campaigning relatively light. Mr. and Mrs. Randy evening Sept. 6. Church north of GERMAN CHOCOLATE ENGLISH FRUIT FAN

However, letters have been Scoggins entertained with a Inspection by the school Starke with Rev. Ivory Luke 9" CAKES 1 LAYER COFFEE CAKES r
family cookout at their homeon
., received from William auditor on 6 found officating and Rev. David
., Summers to qualified voters Sept. 4. Members of their thing in good Sept.order. every Hodges assisting. Burial was I $159 Sec Us For Your Kiffjchcn

and those living outside city family attending were her,, Insurance forms were sent in Evergreen Cemetery in each 89 each Cabinet Needs
Mr. and ]
Mrs.
limits expressing his concern parents Paul home with school children last Bradford County under the
for a better and safer city withan Meng and sons, Martin, Joe, week and should be returnedas direction of Archer-Tanner I, & Panelling Accessories
for Mike and John, and ,Funeral Home. c
appeal more efficient soon as possible DUTCHY KRUST BREAD 49 i '
daughters Joyce and
>.'postscript spending of to tax the monies.letter requests A- Beverly. Mr. and Mrs.Carlton lunches In order students to qualify for free .............................. VAUGHN-JOHNSON CO.
must return
Meng and Open Mon.Sat.. Til 5:30 P.M.
giving poll workers a'I. Angela came from properly filled out forms greens pears cornbread :
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'I.big greeting to compensate for Jacksonville.Bill Mr and Mrs. which have been sent home milk.WEDNESDAY 1| l40S, Thompson St. OPEN SAT 9-3 964.5711 I t
Meng and Dana
''i their long hours at the polls. were with children. : : Pizza
't there from St. Petersburg corn, green beans peaches Corner Of S R. 100 Tf Starke !
./> Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Theron Hunter, Lunch chocolate cake, milk.TIIURSDAY T G"Y
Adam and Renee were also : Boiled : ; 'i111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111i11111111

11; Installation of Hampton Mrs.present as well as Mr. and Sept. 12-16 beans rice cole slaw peanut 1 II mmllli IIImlll I I I 111111111111111111 II'II'I
'>mayor and new council Kenny McClure and MONDAY: Beans with butter sandwich, apple crisp II
members will take place at Kasey. Tim McLaughlin who franks cole 'slaw., banana milk. FABRIC SHOPS I1
ih.the council meeting on Sept. 14 spent the weekend here also pudding, rolls milk. FRIDAY: Sausage buttered -|
I at 8 p.m. in the city hall alongi attended. Mr. and Mrs. AI TUESDAY: Ham candied potatoes tossed salad, I I
> with other business matters. Lagasse and Mr. and Mrs. sweet mustard fruit cup biscuit milk. I :
I ','i Mrs. Mflrv Williamo to KaIiserving ./..t ,Francis Meng also enjoyed, potatoes
-as-postmistress;; i t ; -following j- the family reunion. '
two Mr and Mrs. Malcolm Dunn
JH enjoyable weeks
she' J and her husband George and daughters from Ocala
son How ell, and Charlie Baker spent the Labor Day weekendat ra
I v enjoyed on a trip to Nova their lake property.Mr. and ta
, -.Scotia. Mrs. Charles Dunn of Bartow

I ,!-,,> Going up to Canada they were guests of June and Jenx f
I ,. stopped at South of the Border for the weekend and enjoyed ,
t and other points of interest.They swimming skiing and F
., crossed the socializing with their friendsin
Bay of
I Fundy, at St. John's New the area. :"dift I ;

:1< Brunswick to .Digby Nova Mrs.' Russell Gilbert ofUic.aaopI "ALL VEGETABLE & ., a.rwrtw a {
; 4i Scotia on the-Ship. Princess >Wa.wit""".a- .e w
1 rlj.Acadia. On their return trip baby shower given by Mrs :r., I Ir It
.. Eugene Meng at the Francis ,
PLANTS
1 they stopped at Montpelier ANNUAL
: nVt.,where they visitedIr.and! Meng home on Labor Day .. "j,':, t

,, ',.b1rs. Melvin Hamel and Mrs. Gary Keys from Fort Myers w if. ;: Favorite Varieties Plant NowReq.
Mina spent the Labor Day weekend .
Lynch Mr. Hamel's
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, visiting friends here.
't|mother. They also stopped in 59'2,96c1

1 '. Flat Rock Ala to visit with ..1....H.......H...1...HMof ,'; ,
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I, yioAmong the highlights of theirf PINE BARK PINE BARKNUGGETS
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. NewsDell 7 Accidents But No Injuries Over Labor Day I


Schudder of Gainesville at the when it hit
439 Lake St. was
- -- II The Labor Day weekend violation of right of way when
started off with a bang in her car collided Friday with a corner of South Street and sometime between 11 a.m.
Chapter 168 O.E.SDell By Elizabeth G. Walker Macedonia Freewill Bradford County with five car driven by Edna Holly Wellof Thompson Street in Starke. and noon Sunday.
Chapter 168 0 E.S. will Phone 96-1-5583 Baptist Wednesday night accidents Friday but things 221 Raiford Road,Starke, at There were no injuries The Smyrna Baptist Church
meet Thursday. Sept. 8, in the 7:30: Prayer Meeting and Bible quieted down with only two the corner of SR 16 and US- reported in the accident. bus, driven by Percy Roose-
Study Thursday night the accidents In the fourth accident velt Green of Starke, skidded
Masonic Hall on Brownlee other on Sunday 301. Police reported that Mrs.
Street The activity will be a Juniorcnoir and Junior Usher Greater Allen Chapel Community Chorus will reported. Bennett was attempting to Friday police reported that into the rear of a car driven by
covered dish (Chat and Board will rehearse. Sundayis ,\.J\I.E. Church: Tuesday present a program 8p.m. at Francis Xavier Breman of Allie McCloud of Starke was Zeporah Pelman Jennings of
Chew). There supper will be a short Young People Day. Sunday night Prayer Meeting and Macedonia Baptist Church. Ocala collided with Olla turn left onto SR-16 when the attempting to pull onto Clark Lawtey on Sunday evening:
All members are School 9:30, Morning Worship Class Meeting Wednesday Sunday School 10 a.m., Reeves Warren of Raiford as accident occurred. There Street when her car collided on SR-225 near Lawtey. The
program.invited to attend. 11 a.m. Dinner will be served night the Silent Workers Club Morning Worship u' a.m., Mrs. Warren was attemptingto were no Injuries in the with a vehicle driven bY'1 1 highway patrol reported that "
12:30.: The Home Mission will met Sunday School 10 a.m., Evening Worship 5pm. pull on to SR-100 from a accident. Martha Christine Hock of Jennings had slowed down to
I be in charge of service. Morning Worship 11 a.m. The Antioch Missionary private drive Friday. There Starke.There were no.Injuriesin avoid hitting a dog when the
:-..i..A.C.Iet'ting: Mt. Zion A.M.K. Church Young Choir will sing. The Baptist! Prayer Meeting were no injuries. Mrs. Warrenwas Joseph Ridge of St. Die accident. accident occurred. Neither of
Law ley: Sunday School 10 Annual Men's\ Day program is Thursday night p.m. Sunday charged with failure to Augustine was charged with Zelphla Chambers of Starke the drivers or any of the seven
Bradford County Branch a.m.. Lovefeast Service 11 in the planning stage. The School 10 a.m., Morning yield from a private drive. failure to yield when his car received minor injuries bus passengers were injured.In .
:N.A.AC.P will meet September a.m., Communion Service 4 pastor is asking each memberto Worship 11'a.m.., Evening Marycille Darly Bennett of collided Friday with a car Friday when her car collided an accident on r.
:20. B pm. at :MlPihgah t. p.m. cooperate with the activity. Worship Lawtev was charged with driven by France Carney with a car driven by Kathy Wednesday Aug. 31, Willie '\.
A.\U: Church. The First Born Church of God: Fish will be sold from the Choir rehearsals for New Alvarez Denson of Raiford, at Cashmore of Starke was F'
program scheduled for last Tuesday night 7:45: Prayer annex of the church Friday Bethel: Choir No. 1 will re- the Intersection of Madison injured when his car smashedinto
month will I be held this Meeting Friday night 7:45: night. The ladies will sell hearse Saturday afternoon 6 Hospital Get and Bay Street Chamberswas the rear of a truck at the
Employees
meeting Robert Scott Sr. will Tarrying Service. Sunday dinners from the kitchen p.m. The Junior Choir will\ re- charged with violation of corner of SR 16 and US 301.
speak and the Community School 11 :30, Morning Worship Saturday. All members are hearse Thursday night before right of way in the accident. Police reported that the truck
Chorus will sing. Everyone is 11 :30 a.m. Y.P.C.W. asked to support all efforts. the third Sunday and Thur- Bradford County High driver, Raleigh Roebock of :.
invited to attend. All interested 7:45.: The help of everyone is sday night before the fourth Pay Raises Month EarlyEmployees School Principal Charles Tampa had just started from I''
l citizens and members :\It.Iorlah: United needed Sunday 6 p.m. All Choir Francis had an estimated $650 the light when Cashmore hit '.
:Methodist Church : Prayer members are invited to be but rio funds damage done to his car the back of his truck. Roebock "'
for
of the Bradford salary, gets
Sunday wnen it was struck bya
each and
Meeting Tuesday night present. was uninjured Cashmore
will which is shown
County Hospital get their money as hit and driver. Police
run
Senior Citizens Sunday School 9:30.: The :New Bethel Baptist School News was charged with careless
raise month aftera profit!
pay a early the -
parkedin
reported car was
United Methodist Women will
Church: Prayer Meeting and driving.
\ speclal.meeting' of the Dampier said employees front of Francis's house at
The Strand Senior Citizens meet 3pmPleasant. Adults. can enjoy the
Bible Class Wednesday night op-
hard
? board have also worked at
will meet Wednesday night, portunity of attending school hospital Tuesday night
7:30. Sunday School,9:30.: granted the raise. cutting waste costs at the 3 Charged With Stealhi2,000 I
Sept H. instead of Thursday, Grove United Family Day will be observed and achieving In. academic The move was considered hospital by better
Sept 15. a correction from last Methodist Church: Every first 11am. and 3 p.m. The'public .skills by attending pight during the last regular', management of paper
week and second Monday 730 is invited. each member is school for self:Improv ment:" juvenile were charged with
: meeting of the board but the products, linen and food Two employees of Fat Boys
Adult choir asked to donate$23. Learn to read and write and burglary and taking the cash-
Young rehearsal. raise couldn't be granted until services and they deserved a and a third man have been
Every Tuesday night Young The National Baptist conven- learn math and earn a high 'of box containing over $2.000 ,.
the board found out if the reward. arrested for the theft a
Church :News Junior Choir rehearsal tion will start Sept. 6-11 at school diploma or learn a hospital had the money to fund The board also passed a cashbox Sunday containingthe from the Tillman home at 814
Miami Beach Convention skill. Ths' -.classes are sA, the W. Pratt St. Starke.
Wednesday night Prayer the raise.. motion made by board restaurant's receipts from
(.011'8liracle: Church: Meeting 7:30.: Thursday night Center. Rev. L.R. Davis will Voc-Tec Center' and* the The raise,' which" increases member Dan Williams to puta the home of restaurant owner Police said Tillman had
Sunday School 10 a.m !Morning Bible Study 7 p.m. Sun.$y attend J's recreation center; in Reno on salaries an average of 7.12 letter of appreciation from taken the money home to
Worship 11 a.m., Evening chool 10 a.m. V Florida Street. For informa-!' percent was scheduled to go the board to the employees in Richard Tillman. deposit it when the banks
Worship 730: p.m. Prayer Free Canaan True Church tion call 9646150. into effect Oct. 1. But the with the paychecks.In Jimmy Carroll Lee, 22, Rt. I, reopened on Tuesday. The
Band Meeting Monday 7:30: or God: Prayer :Meeting Church of God In Christ: Girl Scouts board's action gives other business hospital Box 282-A. Starke, Richard money was taken around 3
Thursday night Prayer Tuesday night 7:30.: Friday Sunday School 9'30: Morning employees the raise for both Administrator R.D Eugene Starling 19. Bradford a.m. but the theft wasn't discovered -
Meeting 7:30.: Friday night night 7:30: Tarrying Service. Worship 11:30, Y.P.W.W. 6 Girl Scouf Junior Troop 684 September pay checks. Edmondson gave members a Mobile Home Park, Starke until 11 a.m. Sunday.
BIble Study. Sunday 5:30: p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m., p.m., Evening Worship 7:30 will meet Tuesday Sept. 13, By granting the raise a report on the latest inspectionof and a 17-year-old Starke Investigators found several
HYPU Morning Worship 11 a.m. p.m. Tuesday night Bible 3:45 in the annex of Greater month early the hospital had the hospital by the fire palm and finger prints at the
Greater Bethlehem Evening Worship 6 p.m. Bank p m. Friday night 7:30: Allen Chapel A.M.E.tCburch.; to spend $3,600 more to cover marshal. scene and they said only a few
Freewill Baptist: Monday Kbenezer Baptist Church: Pastoral Teaching vLawtcy and Elizabeth G. Walker and Ms.Audrey" the raise but all board The board agreed to replace Hampton Man people knew where the money
night is cleanup night each Tuesday night 8 p m. Bible Prayer,, M. Griffin, .l leaders.iites memberS thought the money doors in the kitchen, linen was kept in the house.
week. Tuesday night Prayer Class, Thursday night 7:30: ...... would be well spent. room and storage room and to Starling and the juvenilewere

Senior!Meeting,Choirrehearsal Wednesday night <.Prayer.:..nhnn'. ,n Meeting. ......n. TI Sunday_.. T_, Reinsti Parking -Ban Board Chairman. W.E.. install a sprinkler system. in Charged With both employees and of were theroctnitrflnt
"vv..v. m. iiitr my ui Dampier said he supportedthe the storage room to meet fire '
Thursday night Story Hour at Choir will sing for Sunday increase to help safety standards.The TheftA questioned Sunday mo'ii

the church. Friday night School. On West Side 0 fUS-3OHnCity employees keep up with the report also pointed out Battery, had By Sunday recovered afternoon all the cash police but
cost of living and so the $3,600 that several interior rooms of
could be shown on the cost the hospital needed a forcedair 21-year-old Hampton man checks from the box had been

After receiving approva I by Robert Scott set the report filed with the federal ventilation and exhaust was arrested Monday on destroyed.
Funeral Costs every from the state Department o:f parking ban from the light government. system. The board turned the charges of battery against a Investigators said entry was
price range but only one Transportation, Lawtej I pole, 60 feet north of the Dampier explained that the project over to the hospital police officer and theft of a made through an unlocked
door.
council members Tuesday. intersection of Waters store hospital is reimbursed architect for study. fire armSheriff's
HIGH LEVEL OF PERSONAL SERVICE September 6. voted to E'nforcEtheir ; and US-301, South to the alleyr through Medicare and Next scheduled meeting of spokesman
original parking ban foi beside the shoe store. Truck Medicade for reasonable the hospital board is Richard Green said deputies 1
disturbance
the west side of US.301.Commissioners loading zones will apply fromi allowable costs such as Thursday Sept. 22. were called to a
Funerals are always available in every price received the light pole north to the Gulf at a small bar in Hampton I

range!; from HEWITT C. JONES:: FUNERAL letter giving them approva I Station Hampton Election Set Monday evening where they '
Sullivan of
HOME.Every: after the council voted July 5! Seconded by Ben MtCulley, TuesdayCampaigning found Larry Gene Sullivan !
Box 118 Hampton is
to erect no parking signs 01 i the motion was unanimously
the west side of the four lam- approved. The state will put has begun to Uncontested was the position charged with kicking Sheriff'sdeputies I ,.
: family served: receives the same: highway Discussion centeretin i up signs designating the area, pick up and will get heavier of marshal. Incumbent John Dempsey and I I
considerate personal attention, regardless of July on whether no parkin!I the council members learned before the election Tuesday f\, Steve Varnum qualified two Don Denton when they tried to '
the price of the funeral. We value the confidence on t the east side would wipe ou t In other business thee September 13, according to minutes before the deadline. put him into their car. Ask l i
l families produce peddling on that sid council Hampton city clerk Mary The remaining two council Sullivan was also chargedwith ,
place in us. We hope: to justify the x for Allen. held John Allen the theft of a 32 caliber
/pr f highway opening cal I'Raised water deposits seats by and Charley :51v A :
this confidence by continuing to give our very .' deeds i IB to the lane of traffu c rental property from $10 to Up to this election issues Chairman Ted Curtis, and the revolver from Alberta Dell
best service to all the families who call. and,: mt-trucks parking al 1 $20 but kept the same $65 feer have been "kind of quiet" said seat of Clerk Allen will not Deputies had been called to E.
inigfXwith motors running foi for hookup and $10 deposit for Mrs. Allen, with emphasis come up for vote until next the scene by Mrs. Dell who .
told them Sullivan had been
air condItioning. new homes. placed on priorities rather year.
DeWitt C Jones Benton Futch The council member!s Heard a proposal fromt than issues. The candidatesare drinking, had stolen her gun JOhn"A

Harold learned in August they dip iflussell Miscally to vacuum concerned with full time City Man Charged .and was causing'problems' c4relqM..< qt....can cause
Johnson with her'children.
._ bill recreation :
\
:> have the authority to i' the paved.streets in Lawtey police coverage
another lose histighLJrie
... DeWitt C.JonesFuneral parking and rescinded:!'ini e The council members will get funds, the Hampton Volunteer Wi'fli Sexual Buttery In other police action police of person: to
Rosier
earlier motion. a demonstration when the news Fire Department and arrested Jennifer masculioity..andrelUlt
The streets and Lawtey on charges of welfare in a law suit for
Tuesday meeting wai: equipment arrives. sprucing up A 25-year-old Starke man
Home postanedwhileallthecouncimern6'rs{ 1 Gave the go ahead fork vacant lots said Mrs Allen. was arrested Wednesday.Aug. fraud. Rosier had failed to $100,000 or more. The
Starke Keystone Hats went outside to *ool continued removal of dead Six candidates qualified for 31 on charges of sexual appear for arraignment on usual $10,000 personal
98462111, 33,76 and measure before th e tree limbs that are a threat ton the seats of mayor, marshaland battery of a juvenile Jan. 20 on the charge. Her liability policy la no longer
husband. John already
motion was made. The motioiCOMPARE and three council positions up was
property persons.. Ruebin Rhymer Howell of adequate. Can the CharleyE.
-Approved unanimouslythe lor grabs during: the two week 1002 Butler Road, Starke is given one Jear's probation,
fined $51 an $296 to the Johns Agency increasemy
The qualifying period In July.
1977-78 budget. $80,498 being held in the Bradford
budget is bated on three mills The two candidates for County Jail without bond for state on the same charge. ComprehensivePersonal
local effort are Gordon P Rosier is accused of Liability to
to
> receive mayor the incident that occurred
I I OUR SPECIAL I feral and state revenue Wadsworth. Jr., a Hampton Aug 20 No details of the receiving $346 in state money $100,000..even $1,000,000
funds. retiree, and William H. and she was not entitled to.
sharing incident have been made for just a few dollars more
The council also heard Summers, who was once a Friday, Sept. 2. police "
public. ?
that t Qualifying for the council member and returnedto arrested Sandra E. Covington premium
PRICES I I AND I Istd VALUESAFFORDABLE after 30 of 922 E. Brownlee Road on
December 6 election will the town a year yI Clr of shoplifting. Charley E.
charges
begin noon October 2 and closeat absence.'. l
for the three Covington is accused of
noon October 17. Last day Jockeying JOHNS AGENCY
for vqtep registration is council seats are incumbents attempting to steal ablouse

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Lott, Donald W. Store. 1 PHONE 964.5070NORMAN'S
The' five positions up for Helle, newcomer to the poli- o
grabs are three council seats, tical arena, and Ernest Green, In 1925 it was possible to .
the marshall and city clerk. who was once mayor and Roy buy an automobile for as
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: IN UIUEF: Old-Fashioned Country Revival Vaughan Selected Lawtey ASK! Supt.


by Jeanette Prescott Set At Grace Methodist Church Jerry L. Vaughan, 32, was Beginning in the Florida
Phone 485-1715 appointed assistant super- correctional system as a

some country-: ientendent at Lawtey Correc- classroom teacher, Vaughanhas
l.iOspellike
difference Is worth
you spiritual
UH\KfoH: ELEMENTARY: ;: fruit cup green lima beans, will not believe, said pastor the distance, said Rev tional Institution announced worked at the Receptionand
buns milk. ex. potato chips. : Medical Center at Lake
School started last week Will Wright. superintendent James T.
Wednesday: Tuna salad, Wright. Butler and Florida Correc-
with 166 students The Wainwright in concurrencewith
present. '
Present Rev Wm.C. .
lemon pie, buttered corn or There will be pastor Florida Department of tional Institution at Lowell
old
school day for the students is fashioned "will" Wright also an
& carrots rolls, milk. Correctional
and at
peas Community
from 8:15: to 2:4: :>>. Kindergarten hymn singing under the Evangelist who bills himselfas Offender Rehabilitation
Thursday: Meat sauce & direction of Director Ramon Centers In Jacksonville,
students are dismissedat local L Regional
country song "The Country Preacher"said
cheese sticks, garden salad and
Tallahassee Fort
1:15 I : New teachers at leader, George Huggins he invites all those bored Gray.
school this year are: apple crisp, french bread, a former Bradford County ruralagent. church "drop-outs" that Vaughan, who has workedin Lauderdale.

Rita Nichols 6.7; Joan milk. Ex. spaghetti. The open door at Grace would like to hear the old ', the Florida corrections Vaughan graduated from
Friday: Hamburger'( on bun \ ; been Florida State University in
Methodist since 1969 has
Watson 4-5, Judy Burrows. lettuce tomato Church located in fashioned Word of God i'' : system
Title 1 Heading; Ben Moxley pickle, purple the heart of strawberry preached every Sunday in an ;, assistant superintendent at 1968 with a bachelor's degreein
plums, french fries, milk.PEItSONAI..s and
criminology corrections
I P.L- Madeline /Hendrix. country and blue grass music exciting manner to drop in Lantana Correctional Institu- .

Exceptional; Students; Lavone in Lawtey is developing quitea any Sunday morning at 11 tion. .

Drivus. Music. Gerrl Phillips Mr and Mrs. Paul Emery, Rev. Joshua SpearsAn reputation as the friendly a.m. Y'all come, said Rev. -
Teacher Aide for grades K+2. and of "Country Church" where the Wright/ ---
son Greg Quincy,
Last week students took OHVRO
visited their mother Mrs. Eva
home the new Discipline! Code. "Old Fashioned"
llarrell, Saturday & Sunday. --
Parents are encouraged to go August 2728. Country revival is scheduledat Obituaries -

over this code with their Mrs. Jewell Summers of the Grace united Methodist AIR PARK BAPTIST FIRST METHODIST "SMYRNA BAKTISl CHURCH
children VerleE. Mrs. Hill of CHURCH Elder T.C.Williams
Wauchula also Mrs. Eunice Church in Lawtey. September Ennis daughter, Gaylord CHURCH
The P T A Executive Washington of Tampa 8-11 Thursday, Friday, "Jack" Adrian, Michigan; and five Rev. O.D. Brooks "On the search for a
Committee met Tuesday visiting their sister and are Saturday and Sunday grandchildren.Memorialization. Orange Street Sunday: Church School for friendly church"

evening to make plans for the brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. evenings at 7:30: p.m. Verle E. "Jack"Ennis will be by j all l ages, 9:45: a.m.; Morning
school year I' T A. Officers Lloyd Barry this week. The evangelist is one of Mr. Verle E. "Jack" Ennis, cremation with burial at a SUNDAY:: Sunday School 10 Worship (Nursery provided) Welcome to Smyrna
fort his year are Tommy Cox, to return home Theyare this Methodism's top "Country 71, 1017 W. Madison St., later date in the Lenawee a.m.; Worship Service 11 11 a.m."
president: Jimmy Kendi ck weekend Sunday Sept. 4. Preachers", the Rev. Joshua Starke, died Sunday, Sep Memorial Hills Cemetery in a.m.; Evening Worship 7 p.m ---- SUNDAY: Sunday School,
vice-president.; William Spears, pastor of the Pine tember 4, at his home. Adrian,. Michigan. DeWitt C. WEDNESDAY: Prayer KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTISTRev. 10 a.m., Worship Service, 11
I Hiirrell: treasurer: & inn The Brooker 4-H Club will Grove united Methodist Born in Pulaski, Ohio, Jones Funeral Home is in Service 7 p.m.ALLEN. .Paige Bowman a.m. B.TS., 5:45Evening : p.m.:,

Starling/1. secretary.S'IlOOl. hold its first meeting of the Church a fast growing November 29, 1905, Mr. Ennis charge of the arrangements. ......... SUNDAY: Sunday School, Worship, 7 p.m.
!. l.t'M'H: MK.M: new 4-11/ year tonight "country church." "Josh", as moved to Starke from Adrian, -- 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 All visitors are warmly

dept I2-1K iThursday.. Sept. 8)) at 7:30p : he is affectionately known by Michigan two years ago. He Tillman R. Mcintosh CHAPELA a.m.; Church training, 6:30 welcome. __

MMil.( \ -. Hamburger steak. m. at the Community his peers, preaches with a was a retired meatcutter and .. .CHURCH p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30 STARKGCIIUItCII :
peanut butter cup. mashed Center rural jargon that is easily had been employed by the Mr. Tilman R. McIntosh
54, "The Friendly Church" p.m.WEDNESDAY OF GOD
potatoes. green beans or This 4-H meeting is open to understood by all. He plows a Adrian Rock Company. Mr. died : Mid-Week
August 31 in
Wednesday 749 Pine St.SlarkeRev.It.G.lleastle Rev. M.E. Drake
poach luilves. biscuit milk all without regard to race straight furrow with the Ennis was of the Lutheran Avon Park Prayer Service, 7:30: p.m.
following heart
'lursd.ix<< : Cub.in ,...,"<1leh.. color or national origin. Gospel and never looks back. faith. attack. a Pastor ----
School 10
His wife Barbara will Survivors Include his wife, ST:MARK'S EPISCOPAL Sunday Sunday ,
SUNDAY Sunday' School 11
: a.m.; Morning Worship
accompany him and sing Florence P. Ennis; one Born in Gainesville Rev.John Flynn
Sep-
9:30: a.m., Morning Worship a.m.; Evening Worship, 7
tember 28, 1922, Mr.Mclntosh SUNDAY: 8:30: a.m. Holy
11 a.m., Evening Worship, 5p.m. p.m.
Family Special! had lived in Avon Park for ., first Sunday only: love Prayer.Eucharist; 10 a.m., Morning Wednesday : Family

. several years. He was a feast 7:30: p.m. Friday before Training Hour, 7:30: p.m.
Senior CitizensUp former resident of Starke first Sunday TUESDAY: 9:30: a.m. Friday: Prayer Meeting,
where he had worked as a Prayer Group in Church 7:30 .
Every Thursday to date the response and is of great theraputicvalue. radio operator for the Starke Bethel Baptist Church Building. p.m.UNITED_
If have some clothor Russell Davis. Pastor ----
from 50 organizations we you Police Department and PENTECOSTAL
I All Day contacted to send delegates to tools which you can sparer operated a movie projectorfor Sunday School 10 a.m.; PINE GROVEMETIIODISTChiURCH CHURCHRev.

a mass meeting of the North please call 964-7699. a local theatre. /He was an Morning Worship 11 a.m.; .O.L.Wells
44 Lb. BIG BRAZIER FRIES Central Florida Coalition of The Civitan Blood Bank Army veteran of the Korean Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.; Rev. BeivL,Coleman 204 N.Water St.
Senior Citizens, is good. This mobile unit was in Starke last War. His parents were the: late Wednesday Prayer Meeting SUNDAY Sunday School
SHAKE meeting will be held on week. It is depressing to hear Jason and Alice McIntosh 7:30.: p.m.. SUNDAY: Sunday School : services
Tuesday. Sept. 20 at the Civil that only 16 people donated ._--- 9:45 a.m.; Morning Worship, 10 a.m.; Worship.
Defense Building, Highway blood and. ironically, these 16 Survivors are: one brother. CALVARY BAPTIST 11 a.m.; Evening Services, a.m., and 7 p.m.WEDNESDAY Bible

99C :301 North in Starke. people are the same ones who J.W Mcintosh of Atlanta Ga. CHURCH 7:30: p.m. :
We urge all senior citizens give their blood every 10 Jim Black, Pastor THURSDAY : Prayer Study, 7:30: p.m. People'sGrvice,7:30
FRIDAY: Young
who are able to attend this weeks. Graveside funeral services Meeting,.7:30: p.m._
School : p.m
SUNDAY: Sunday ,
important meeting. Sen. were held in Crosby Lake
1 Kenneth ( Buddy ) MacKaywill One never knows when he or Cemetery Saturday, Sep. 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC

address the group, and she will need some of this pre-- tember 3 with Rev. Bob 11 a.m.; Evening Worship, 7p.m. ----
other prominent dignitaries cious fluid. One pint of blood Cooper officiating. DeWitt C. Wed.. Services, 7:30: p.m. Rev.Patrick II. Foley PINE LEVEL BAPTISTRev.

Mill be present. donated per family will Jones Funeral Home of Starke ---- Roman Alvarez
that with blood Masses: Saturday 7 p.m.,
Committees have been set provide family was in charge of arrange- MKST ASSEMBLY OF SUNDAY: Sunday School,
up to handle registration, transfusions for one year. ments. GOD Sunday 11 a.m.. Monday 7p.m. 10 a.m.; Worship, 11 a.m.;
\CW 1 52Dairt from 17 to 66 ., Tuesday 8:30: a.m.,
food and other necessary details Persons years "The Happy Church Bible Study, 6:30: p.m.;
become blood donors. The Wednesday 6:30: p.m.,
i can Evening Worship, 7
p.m.
Guidance will be 16atWeldonSt.
posters llwy.
.. ..
r r on display at the entrance to procedure is very simple and :::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::' Starke Thursday 8:30: a.m., first. WEDNESDAY: Prayer

the C.D. building painless.This SUNDAY: Sunday School, Friday month. 8:30: a.m. Service, 7:30: p.m.
,.
1j j
v .y V is a worthy cause, so Card Of Thanks Confessions: Monday 6 p.m.
Sept. 13 is election day for ::: 10 a.m.;' Morning Worship, 11.
mark calendar to give a 6:45: p.m., or upon request. --------
0 o a I' t Starke City Council candi- pint of your blood next November.You ::i:: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::m: :::::::::::::::::::;: a.m.; Evening Worship, Parish Council Meetings -
; dates. Absentee ballots can be fI-*> GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
fourth Monday of each month. '
JJ.\ filled in at the City Hall from will be notified again as to WEDNESDAY : Youth Hwy 100A South
WE Altar Society Meetings -
now until election day. Per. the day and date. We express our sincere meeting, 7 p.m.; Bible Study 1st Monday of each month. SUNDAY Bible School, 10
The homestead tax was for the kind '
HAVE sons who are downtown appreciation 7 a.m.; Worship, 11 a.m.;
amended with a measure that treatment of the Starke p.m.Pastor ---- Union 7
shopping or paying their Robert Harden Training p.m.;
Ir All! utility bills can use this ser allows the elderly to defer Rescue squad. DeWitt C. Welcome one and all! MORGAN ROAD Evening Worship, 8 p.m.

vice. There is a great laxity in payment of taxes until .their Jones Funeral Home and our ---- BAPTISTSUNDAY School WEDNESDAY: PrayerMeeting
home is sold or until the tax is friends and for : Sunday
the neighbors "A church
people using privilege to FIRST CHRISTIAN andServices 7:30 p.m.
10 Morning Worship
should paid by their estate.II1POItTANT flowers and food. a.m., is
vote. Vfe begin now to CHURCH Deaf where everybody
the
for II
a.m.,
All
: members "
| perform this civic duty and Jim Love Minister somebody.
make it a habit. of the Bradford County The Verle (Jack) Ennis Training Union, 6:30 p.m.
Queenbrazier Club member Vernon Olin Senior Citizens Club Inc. Family School Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. MADISON ST. BAPTIST
SUNDAY
: Sunday ,
Mid-week
should make every effort. .to WEDNESDAY: CHARLES R.SWARTZ
REV.
took a large package of attend our next meeting at the 9:45 a.m.; morning service, Prayer' Service 7:30: p.m .'
kinds of
various remnants and
10:45: a.m.; youth group, ep.m. ----
left over pieces of cloth to Pratt St. Recreation Centerat 1'I\F:1'.11.I.FY: : evening worship, 7p.m. THURSDAY Youth tc
: ; BAPTIST
1 September 13. FIRST Golf
p.m. Putt-Putt 7
Sunshine Acres. This materialis (' )"; Choir practice, 8 play p.m.
IKfi; ; VIIOIIOI.INKSSUIIIU ; p.m.
\
/ .18 invited. \1.|
gainfully used by retardedjK'rsons'17 Visitors are cornially WEDNESDAY Bible Sunday: 9:45: a.m., Sunday SUNDAY: Sunday School,
: : :
II'
: years and upward. -Joe Kerrigan Study, 8 p.m.FIRST School; 11 a.m., Morning 9:45 a.m.; Morning Worship

__ __ ___ Rev_. Davfdlliil.e.. ---- Worship! ; 6:15: p.m.. Church 11 a.m.; Children's: Worship 11
m training; T.M:; p.m., evening a.m.; Church: Training eis: :

PRESBYTERIAN Worship. p.m.; Evening Worship 7:30:
1'>l'USund.I': School ID
CHURCH Monday: LABOR DAY
ii 111. nrship Service. 11 Dr.Jack Hand, minister office closed. p.m.NURSERY PROVIDEDFOR
a m. amt 1 7 p m. Tuesday: 3 p.m., Jr. Choir ALL SERVICES.

EDGREEN SUNDAY: Sunday School. and Music Maker; 7 p.m., TUESDAY: Bible Study

TIIL'ItSD.11'lidweek" : I 9:30: a.m.; Morning Worsmp, Deacon's Meeting. and monthly luncheon 11 a.m.
service., hi:!<> p inl .
Youth and
11 a.m. Wednesday: Regularly WEDNESDAY:
.v. '.' THURSDAY : Choir scheduled meetings and Children's Choir 7:30: p.m.;
'" :l Imill'l'l: : III l :iiil. turn on tint services at 6:15 Service 7:30
beginning : Mid-Week
: practice, 7:30: p.m. : p.m.;
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every one. I am convinced that the citizens of the CITY OF STARKE hold the key to many THE ACID TEST.:

of the answers to our problems! in the city. If elected I would welcome advice from these

people and work for and with them in every way possible.
I don't let a year go by may need lime.

.tgainsomeof! the I<...ues and Ideas I would support and am in favor of are: that I don't have the soil ...., So don't wait around till

on my form sampled and problems start showing up.
1. More efficient electrical serice at the lowest possible cost. :
analyzed. Find out what your

I II 2. llespon-ible and THRIFTY BUDGET SPENDING. Soil conditions can pH is, and if lime is needed,

change so rapidly that I can apply it now.

3.1 I would !support any organization that has the! interest of the City at heart, whether it really be deficient in some Just call Gold Kist
lx the tit on an's Club or the Au\ Police Dept. or any other Civic Club or Organization. --r your
I nutrient before I know it. crops specialist at your

1. Fair and Impartial Zoning Practices. So I don't take any FMX.

chances. I have always have my god checked every year." Hell do the sampling
5.1 I would !support a citizens committee chosen to represent the citizens in order to gain Eugene Ruark.Bishop,Georgia ,
their advice and knowledge in any given issue. crops specialist map your farm start a file

here from the on your fields, and make his

(5.1 I support recreation for the young and old. Mutual recommendations


the soil samples. Next year hell have all


I You The Citizens Of Starke Are Needed On Tuesday complete It's all crops part Whatever"I this too information and youTl save to draw a lot of on,



Sept. 13 1 To Vote And I Earnestly Solicit Your Vote. for that you.puts it all ,n)u time Gold and trouble.Kist.


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Call 964-5736 For A Ride To The Polls Ag'chemicals. for the things farm fW .:


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I Highland;*; Once Called 'TrailRid&eS Was Rough BRADFORD Cn"" III0



Some 16,000 cars and trucks through North Florida ridge runs off Into creeks and onGoing Early-Day Trains 'if :: ; >},

pass Highland daily on U.S. because Its elevation offeredthem rivers and finally reaches the I I
301, but few, if any dry trails to follow, and Atlantic, while that falling on g 11

realize passengers they and are drivers riding or other Trail advantages.Ridge, as Highland the settlement .... Gulf the west of Mexico.side goes into the Over The Hill .. .... "plV

across historic Trail Ridge, was known In the 1850's ,
one of the highest elevations and earlier-was a "layover The writer of the 1925 article I
above sea level in the State of point" for stages that carried said that southbound trains,
Florida. passengers over the old approaching! Highland from : "

There is nothing left now to Alachua Trail, which also the north "must:by means d ,> .'
followed the ridge to a point six climb the .,' <,,' "\t
curves, steep
hint of the '
give a area's Inter- '
just west of Kingsley Lake, slope of the ridge. This took \ ... ,..., County Agents ,
esting past, but old of ''',10.' ''' ';:;1->1/-: By :rr
maps curved the south- a ,a ";.I ....
Florida show that the site where it to every stick of wood the tender ,.n\r.& tI\(.... ..m I '
now \. J'j .
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occupied by the Highland west into the "Alachua could hold, and the supply had ; Bobby I
Lands." to be replenished when the top Notebook
community was once called "
"Trail Ridge," taking its According to a brief history, was reached. <, Taylor 'A... lit
name from the high, rolling : ;:
appearing in '
1925 ,
spine of sandhills that t start egrahdu, The railroad cars in those
i issue of The Te r ng
near the Georgia line and the construction of pthe first days were without brakes of Sometimes it is difficult to (about 5 percent) have con-
extend down into the lake railroad to connect the any kind, and the guage being make the printing deadline fora tained toxins'' produced by
region around Keystone Atlantic Ocean with the Gulfof wider than that of other rail- column, especially if you molds that are hazardous to
Heights Mexico (Fernandina to ways, "foreign.or"Yankee"cars ,,, I,)",, delay writing until the last animal health. The problemwas
equipped with brakes, '! J' minute. missed last week be- associated with
Cedar Key) in the late 1850's, x t+rIt generally
Highland sits the could not be included in the _
( atop
wide there was some doubt about cause I was trying to get the stored feeds. However,
which is about two miles trains. Consequently latest information about the and insect In
drought damage
where to locate the other rail-
It ItIY
and follows the line the ola"Alachua" {
between
stations but engineers on corn mold (af la toxin) that is 1977 has created favorable
way none I
Bradford and and "JJ.Dicklson" .
Clay counties
whatever about Highland.The showing up in most corn fields conditions, for mold growth
through this area. The ridge is with painstakingcare this year.I especially Aspergillus flavus ,
also the location of the Trail navigated their trains so which produces aflatoxin Bl.
Ridge and Highland plants of name Highland, was that their centers of gravity got the information, but I Corn being harvested from the
the DuPont Company and the given to the station because it would be at the crest of a hill, did not meet the deadline for field during 1977 in the South-
scene of their ilmenite mining was located on one of the high to prevent rolling forward to tEF our paper. Here is some eastern U.S. has contained i
operations.Trail sand hills of Trail Ridge, Lawtey or backward to information about this mold high amounts of aflatoxin. i
which forms the "great Baldwin. (Editors note: The and should tell you that mostof During August, 40 percent of I
Ridge (the geological divide," or watershed, in this old "cabbage-head" enginesof the corn with this toxin is the corn tested in Florida con

formation Indians in) was their long migrations used by section of Florida. Rain those days were given ...........-----................,-..... ":'._-_..... .._. still valuable and can be usedif tained more than 200 parts per
falling on the east side of the names by which they were mixed with certain amountsof billion (ppb). Corn examined
clean corn and fed to cer- from counties exceeded
Highland's "business center" In early days. This frame building housed II.C. WImberly's tain livestock. (Call me if you 1000 ppb.some These levels are
store, the office, and the railroad station In Besides ,
Highland post early days. being storekeeper have questions or problems.) dangerous if fed to
Mr. Wimberly was postmaster and railway agent, a position he filled from 1891 to 1929. he Is potentially livestock and
standing, third from right.familiarly ., In most years, occasionallots poultry.
t3TOn1ALSr.! #1 of corn and other feeds Research has demonstrateda

mgn correlation between the
known. Capt. J.J. presence of aflatoxin BI and a

- of this )
F area. taminated corn that producesa
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According to the 1925 ar
fluorescence in
blacklight.The
ticle, after the train was safe-
blacklight.365 nm, can be
ly balanced atop the
"Highland Hill" the hard- utilized to screen corn prior to
Public Input on Taxes worked Negro fireman would purchase or use for feed.
Generally, kernel
one glowing
take a nap, while the brake-
per pound represents about 20
men piled on wood after
chocked the ppb; 10 positive kernels per
EarlierAlthough having rear
Should Start
wheels to prevent a backwardroll pound, about 200 ppb. "
Occasional false
and secured the front by positives I
occur with this screening
stout stake aheadof
driving a
method. Therefore,
assay or
the "cowcatcher" (the
those who appeared before county government and spending, and wedge-shaped iron frame on testing by official methods

the County Commission at two budget. suggest changes that could save tax front of engines in those days, should be utilized the to levelof accurately -
dollars. Each Commissioner would to knock aside anything that quantitate
hearings in an attempt to block a 57 per aflatoxin suggested by the
cent increase in Bradford County's tax: nominate three people to serve, and obstructed the train, such as blacklight screening method.

millage might have a feeling of frustra- applications would also be accepted from cows on the track.) This requires submitting

tion in that their efforts were in vain, we the public. Meanwhile, the conductor samples to your laboratories I II IIat ,
did have (the man in charge of the train your County Agent's officeor
feel the interest expressed or
would other commercial labora-
and its crew) bargainfor
will have, some beneficial effects.If Another good suggestion was one coon and deer skins tories equipped and qualifiedto
made near the end of the meeting when brought in by the native conduct testing. The tests

nothing else, it served notice to Fred L. Watterson commended the "backwoodsmen" who results can be utlized to assess!

office holders that their budgets are not Commission on "keeping its cool" under trapped or shot animals for tL the problem and aid in any

going unnoticed, and in future years such heavy fire. He called attention to their hides. decision for possible use or

they may be held accountable for full the fact that the Constitutional Revision After his nap the fireman ii salvage.

explanations of any proposed increases.The Commission is now holding hearings in would stoke up the boiler fur- Here are some other

explanations may be adequate and various parts of the state to receive input nace again, the engineer .. statements and considera-
would pull his stake and tions
perfectly acceptable but at least they from citizens as to what needs toot the whistle up to warn Handsome home of the R.G. Cook family at Highland,'showing attached greenhouse in back aflotoxin.concerning this t

will have been made and to the tax- changing in Florida's,. basic law and passengers who had left the wide verandas and unusual roof treatment. Mr. Cook operated a large sawmill at Highland In the

payers ;-:... those 'who," 'in the-'final- "suggested would be-a good time"* traiir to Shoot'squirrels; that 1MQ .The home burlK'd.ln1910'1) '-- __ ,- i _--- +w "/.* M, .-<'"the -F.D.Ahas seti..a..- I
analysis, pay the bill. to let these state leaders know that we they had better jump aboard. tolerance level of 20 ppb (or. -
(Photos by courtesy of Mrs Nelson Green, daughter Mr.Wimberly.,) feed shipped interstate. The !
object to too much power being exertedover When the conductor had
F.D.A. also allows a 20 ppb
heat of some
In the controversy our county officials' budgets Jpy satisfied himself that they a layover station by stages on the northwest shore of After the timber was "cut level in grains to be processedfor
things may have been said on both sides Tallahassee bureaucracies. "Let them were "all present and accounted I hauling passengers and Kingsley Lake and Mrs. out"in the 1890's the saw mill human consumption.
that probably would not have been said know want these returned to for,' he swung his hat freight over the old road that Green recalls going there overa was moved to another location Feeds and grains in violationcan
in a cooler moment. That is why, it we powers and yelled, "Let 'er roll!" followed Trail Ridge north graded road "we called The and a shingle mill, and be confiscated.
would be preferable, and much more the counties, he said. and the train, after being and south. Avenue" which the Cooks had turpentine still, other High
started,'would roll down the built to reach the lake from land industries, also went into Generally, levels up to :200!
productive, if the citizen input had come The Revision Commissioners have hill to Lawtey' by its own "It had large fireplaces with Highland. The road ran south decline as the years passed ppb do not cause adverse
in the early stages of the budgetmakingprocess been traveling around the state in the weight.. mirrored mantels, a bar, anda to Lawtey and then turned and empty dwellings were effects. At levels slightly
rather than at the tail end, room probably used for east through the area knownas moved away or destroyed by higher slower growth! rates
in had al- last few weeks to hear hundreds of citi- In the 1880's R.G. Cook gambling with cards and "Cracker Six" to reach the grass fires. stunting! jaundice, depression
deadlines ,
when some cases zens offer rich, diverse, and sometimes moved his family down from other'' games," Mrs. Green lake, Mrs. Green said. The and poor conditions may
ready passed, and even if the Commission well-thought-out ideas on how govern- Lockhaven, Pa. and built a said. !She also recalls being present hard road from All that is left now is one occur. As levels increase t
had chosen to start wielding the ment services can be improved or large saw mill at Trail Ridge. told some "tall tales" about'' Lawtey to the lake follows that small store a modern Baptist further rough! hair coal t. I
knife they could not have done so. The mill workers brought in shootings and other "roughstufr' portion of the old Cook road Church a Forest Fire Tower. hemorrhage bloody urln)!.
changed to. better contribute to their their families homes were going on in the place, fairly closely straining and death ma\'
This is not to say that the situation is lives. built, and other structures and one oldtimer said there the Highland Zoo. and a result.
cluster of small houses and
If erected, including a hotel anda was .a regular "boot hili"cemetery Mrs. Green well remembersthe
hopeless at least for future years. where the mobile homes on both sides of
Swine
frame building nearby, difficulty experienced by are relativelysusceptible
one-tenth of the opposing input from Unfortunately, two revision hearings used two-story as a Masonic Hall up- victims were probably} the old-time trains in "gettingover the railroad track. But High- to adverse affects I
citizens; had come while the commissionwas have already been held in Gainesvilleand stairs and a church down buried. Mrs. Green does the hump" at Highland.In land still has its Trail Ridge! of aflatoxin. Poultry are

holding its series of budget work- Jacksonville, but it is possible that stairs. Several of the families, remember seeing a large starting up the long grade, elevation varying from 200 variable and there is apparently

shops earlier this summer, or even while others will be held within travel distanceof including the Cooks, were cul- cemetery in the area when she they would have to "break the to 215 feet above sea level brl.'M'arlalion in
holders and heads of depart- a delegation from here who would like tured people and beautified was a child, but all traces of it train in two," pull one half up which makes it one of the susceptibility. Some studies
office
the about much their grounds with trees and have since disappeared. the slope and then send the higher spots in Florida a indicate a greater! tolerancethan
their
ments were making up their budgets in to let feelings so con- flowers. engine back, over the double good place to head for if the shown above. Ruminantsare !
the spring, the questions and trol and interference from Tallahasseebe Besides their home at Highland track to bring the other half peninsula is ever threatenedby very tolerant except for

suggestions may have had more effect. known.Perhaps other counties would Mrs. Nelson ((Boots) Green, the Cooks had a cottage up the hill. a tidal wave.Randy young! calves! under 3 monthsof !

At least, the communications would join forces in registering such a protestto who now lives on U.S. 301 be- age. Pigs! under 40 pound! t
and chickens under fi weeks of
have been better between those who make it more effective. tween Starke and Lawtey, Jones
age are also more susceptiblethan
remembers "the better days"of
pay the taxes and those who spend Highland, where she spent Our Readers Write older animals.
matter mentionedat
Another significant WorkAsAppraiser
them. the early years of her life. Her Begins
the final hearing is the fact that the father was Harry C. Wim- Credit '1".1,nru"Fu'orilt' _

That is why a "citizen budget study budgets of three offices county tax: herr, who was appointed rail SUMMERS SAYS list of tickets issued. First 'a

committee for county government," as appraiser county tax collector, and agent at Highland in 1891\>1 "R\RIN' TO<.0': warning, but flagrant abuse of
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proposed by the Alachua County sheriff are submitted to Tallahasseefor and served his death in this in 1929.capacityuntil Mr. Dear Sir speed limits is not to be tolerated ---- ''Of Con Artists t p pIn

Commissionmight, do some good. Those approval, but the deadlines for Wimberly also wore several : and no negative action
is to
who truly believe that "we're the ones County Commissioners to appeal should other hats, being post master, At 75 years young. I am be because allowed fine If your increase friend or rt the realm of consumer

who pay the taxes so we're the boss" they wish to do so, are fixed BEFOREthe and the owner-operator of the "rarin" to go for my second mine> is killed or maimed the p Ie fraud credit cards have

would then have a chance to make their budget hearings are held.Therefore, town's only general merchandise try for Mayor of Hampton. I $5775 fine will not bring this become one of the con artist's

complaints early not after the mistakes when the hearings are held it is too late were store.conducted All three under occupations lot in confident 1975, but today.am I much can't person back to life again. favorite tools of the trade.

or unneccessary expenses have already for them to appeal, even if they wishedto the same roof in an old frame help more thinking about a $1.000()) Even: $1.000 this. I cannot to induce accomplish )First of all. its so easy for a

been budgeted and approved. do so. This would seem to defeat thepurpose store building where Mr lobs on a 1962 dump truck, anda folk hope to join and crook to obtain a false card. A

of the hearings at. least. in the Wimberly leased space to the loss of $6,250, half our younger replace the older folk (dike card can be stolen .
railroad and the post office deposit on a new fire truck, intercepted in the mail, orerrool'Ously
of the three offices mentioned.
In drawing up their guidelines the case department. The building was when Hampton could not or myself) in city government. issued through j
Alachua Commissioners said the Although the time schedule is set by located on the east side of the would not accept delivery on And I hope to negate the adverse misinformation on a credit

committee should not only examine the law, it. should he changed! so that railroad, near where the it. to continue water to works try to publicity correct application.Card .

budgets of departments and programs Commissioners could still appeal if theyso Highland Baptist Church now this stagnant situation and thieves use numerous
desired in of information stands. A new City Clerk, a better ploys. Some crooks use fake
under the commission, but also look into light search for active ways to put
has
the budgets of sheriff, county clerk, tax brought out at the hearings.In Mrs. Green recalls that the meant functioning City for Council Hampton back on the map in cards to purchase expensive
a plus Hampton,yet
favorable light. I planto Randy Jones began work items, then fence the goods fora
collector, supervisor of elections, and Cook family (Mr. Cook had there is much more room for a more
his job of percentage of the retail cost.
check to see if Hampton is Tuesday on re-
constitutional spite of disillusionment and died earlier) owned a block of improvement. If elected, I
the
property appraise1 "I think interested in an adult softball inspecting every commercialand Others buy airline tickets with
officers aic. willing to cooperate frustrnl ion expressed by some of the tax' property, facing in the the heart railroad of Highland and intend to contact the head of team male and or female, to residential structure in false credit cards, then sell

," one Commissioner said, "because increase protesters attending the had a fine large home Seaborad-Coast eliminate the tie-up Line to on try the to have more useage of the the county in a program required the ticket to bargain-hunting

we've got something l here that will do hearings, we do not believe the controversial several rental houses, andalso tracks, Impeding Sunday Field.thousands" spent on the "Rec inspect each by state parcel law of taxable to re- been travelers.known Still to use others false cardsto have

something goal for this county:' dialog was entirely without owned the two story morning ChurCh trattic, and property In the county at least obtain cash loans from _
benefit, and hope that it will eventuallybear building used for lodge and also fir apparatus. With more "git up and go once every three years. banks. But not all con artistsare

It was proposed that the ten-member fruit locally, as well as in the hallsof church small purposes.girl I visited"When in I wasa the I am an honorary memberof even not though at present his compensationis satisfactory, Existing structures will be ackownledged pros. Someof

committee would have a year to study Tallahassee, if it is pursued that far.miliijfttp4 home frequently and was Impressed the Florida Sherriff's Asso- the Marshal will be "tootinghis remeasured, as well as the perpetrated most clever by otherwise swindlesare
the fine silver and ciation and I to seek horn" for better
by plan an own checked for additions, or removal reputable business-people.
furniture had and also interview with for and more
they ; "Dolph compensation of buildings, by fire or
the number of servants who his suggestions on Improving effort by him now will have otherwise, that might affect If you own credit cards, and
ARID served the table In high our local conditions. And I Hampton backing him the appraised value of a parti- almost everyone does, hangon
style." The home, which was suggest that our Town.Marshal financially.Show cular piece of property to them. Letting a credit
equipped with a large, attached go out of his way to show this initiative now, so County Appraiser Jimmy card out of your sight can
N etnvt greenhouse for his appreciation to Hamptonfor the results will follow. If Alvarea Mid the reinspection mean letting a crook rip you
growing ornamental plants, tuition, gas, and con- elected I plan to continually could be the basis of raising off.
was destroyed by fire in 1910. tinuing l him on the payroll all push the new City Council at tome appraisals or lowering j f
OC '"Q All of the other old homes at the weeks he was In school In every meeting for their ideas others, depending on the information again to comply with the
BUU G FERGUSON' JOHN M.' MILLER Highland during! that period Gainesville.I and advice in improving the gathered. law," he added. I
7'/O *M &>"* s Publithef have also burned. good city of Hampton for
am anxious for better Alvarez said the inspection Jones Is a 1968 graduate of '1
Hl otoml Class Muter St the Post Office at btarki, cla under everyone s benefit younger r
Ix.i-nil Vti Thinsdnv Mrs.Green also remembers rapport, between the !Mayor folks our senior citizens, would be a continuing process BHS. and a 1970 graduate of
r r' rArnI i $7'J going with other children "to the Marshal and City Hall welfare recipients In other since it would take three yearsto Santa Fe Community College. ,,
Std.cnphpr: 'rota'"i,rode//tea: 7 per year: 14 aeikasntrnrxleaaa mantra
deliveredweeklytoCity '
poke around" In what they with a daily report, words, for every Hamptonlte. cover the county, section by He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
$8 pot year: M 50 sh>month called "the white house" Hall which will William H.Summers section. "At the end of the Ermle Jones at Starke and )Is +'
Stark. FIB.I
1 .1: &4H( the deserted "hotel" which mention each day'a activities Fla. three-year period It will be married to the former

she said was ore time used as a dally ,odometer-.. ,report. and Hampton, time to start the cycle over Vore..e Patrick of Law'ey.t ti


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r-rrrss.k. -" s tr tsar -r Ataaaaaalalat wla aaaila aatnll oar afar r.r 1--t
"' r ttttr tr ararrrrthis Grace School 10 a.m., Worship ford Texas visited his In the hospital for surgery on Highland.
REVIVALIThere area to come out to LAWTEY brother-in-law and Mr. Crews returned
the Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. sister Tuesday. Mrs. Pierce
Methodist in Lawtey, and Mrs. H.W. Bennett and home from Bradford County
where the Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Mrs Ethel Reddish and
is a Revival plannedat "Country Church,worth the 7:30: p.m. YPE Friday at 7:30: Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Joey Miss Arthurine Blanchard Hospital after going there
Grace United Methodist difference Is p.m. By Elizabeth Terry Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph visited their sisters Mrs. Wednesday afternoon as a
Church in Lawtey Thursday, distance. Evergreen Baptist Phone: 782-3300 Darley and family, and Mr. Thelma Wilson and Miss Enza result of a wreck.
September 8 through Sunday, Sunday School 10 a.m. 7:30: p.m. metic in accordance with the and Mrs. Vaughan Prescott Blanchard on Friday at Mr and Mrs. Phil Eunice of
September 11. The servicesare FIRE Worship Services 11 a.m. and Northilde Baptist Sunday' Pupil Progression Plan. and family Monday,, to Baker County Nursing Home Graham were Sunday dinner
to be in the evening LAWTEY Union to dis- Saturday, On Thursday nightall guests of their parents Mr.
DEPARTMENTTwentysix 7 p.m. Training 6 p.m. School 10 a.m.. Worship Services Parents are requested at Macclenny.
beginning at 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. cuss their child's progress of them gathered at the Mrs. Marian Hall and and Mrs. Harold Eunice.

The Evangelist will be the LVFD membersand 7 p.m.Faith. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at with their teacher especiallyin home of Mr and Mrs. H.W. sisters Mrs. Cora Hodges of Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard .,
Hev Joshua Spears, pastor of Baptist: Radio 7 p.m.St. regard to the basic skills. Bennett and family for a Macclenny and Mrs. O.J. Harley spent the weekend '
families enjoyed an
the Pine Grove United their have been given family get-together and meal. weekend with their son-in-law and
dinner Labor Day Program on WPXE 8 a.m. John' Missionary Students Anders spent the I
Methodist Church a fast" impromptu the home of Judy and Sunday. Bible School 1Q a.m'l Baptist: Sunday School 10 copies of the Code of Conductfor Mrs. Joyce Futch of Black- with their sister, Mrs. Hester daughter Mr. and Mrs. '. .
Church. at ''
growing "Country schools shear Ga. was a Tuesday Richard Chesser and family of
Russell Worship Services 11 a.m. and a.m., Worship Services 11 Bradford County Hicks ;.
"Josh,' as he is affectionately Russell Mlscally. must be dinner of her sister, Sanford and ()Monday they. '
sheet ,
the guest
in smoked and barbecued a 6:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting a.m. and:3 p.m. on second and and cover Mr. and Mrs. Tom Whaleyand
known preaches the Gospel the school soon Miss Elizabeth Terry. While went to see their sonInlawand ,
and all the Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. fourth Sundays. Prayer Band returned to as daughters of Tampa and
terms that bring it alive to dozen chickens who here Mrs. Futch visited Mr. Mr. and Mrs:
\
daughter,
side dishes. Grace United Methodist: on Monday at noon. as possible. Any parent their daughters, Misses Lynn <<
ladies brought
small town and rural Good food, good friends, good Sunday School 9:43: a.m. Smyrna Missionary did not receive a copy of the and Mrs. Carl Prevatt, and and Kelli Whaley of Starke, A.Q. Smith and family of ; I
audiences. 'time. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Baptist: Sunday School 10 Code of Conduct should come Mrs. Selma Eunice and spent the weekend wih their Auburndale, and returned'. .'11 I
There will special singing LVFD 7:30: p.m. Choir Practice at 7 a.m., Worship Services 11 by the school to pick one up or others.She left Starke for Live mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson home on Thursday.

under the leadership retired of local Mr. members Next and Saturday families will be p.m. and MYF 7:30: p.m. on a.m. and 7 p.m. BTS 5:45: p.m. request that their child be Oak on Thursday afternoonand and sister, Mrs. Daisy Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Crews of( :.'' .:
George Muggins, Tuesday. given one to bring home. was an overnight guest of Boch. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacksonville visited their
Itchetucknee to Prayer Meeting Wednesday at .
to '
county agent, which promisesto sojourning Come Highland Baptist: Sunday 7 Parents are reminded that all her cousins Mr and Mrs. Carl Smith and daughters and mother,Mrs. Pierce Crews, in I
float downstream. joinin
be a treat. Rev. Spears will the fun! School 10 a.m., Worship Services p.m.SCIIOOL NEWS school disciplinary action is Moore. Danny Luke were their Bradford County Hospital on'I I
be accompanied by his wife, will be next 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. subject to the provisions in the Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jenkins Sunday dinner guests. Friday afternoon. Other .
LVFD meeting
Barbara opening night and All Prayer Meeting Wednesday at The P.T.O. Executive Committee code and that enforcement of and baby of Jacksonville Miss Arthurine Blanchardwas visitors were Mr. and Mrs:
13 I
she will sing some Gospel Tuesday Sept. is visited their grandmother, Hermie Kelly and Miss Ar
7:30: p.m. met Tuesday night and the rules a primary a guest at a luncheon of
prospective
specials that always bless members, school Mrs. O.J. Anders Wednesday Blanchard on Thursday i
of the on thurine
members and interested residents Laura Baptist: Sunday plans were made for the year. responsibility her cousin. Mrs. Pat Powell of '' I
people invited. School 10 a.m., Worship Services The date for the Halloween principal. afternoon. Their, Jacksonville, honoring Mrs. Mrs. Jack Harris of I
Rev Will Wright extends a are 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Carnival n.__ set ._ October mother Mrs. Johnny Jenkins Powell's mother (Nell State Farm and Mrs. Ruby
welcome invitation to folks in Church: of God: Sunday Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 22. was IUT and sister, Mrs. Jennie Lou Blanchard Landers) on her Atwood. On Sunday Mr. and I I
Green and children visited Jack Harris of State '.
-- -- Students at PERSONALSJack birthday. Other guests were Mrs.
Lawtey are her Thursday morning. Farm came and brought' ',
I working on basic skills in on Mrs.Powell's daughterinlawand ,
Weather- Mr.and Mrs. Cecil Atkinsonof dinner. '
of
JohJohnBrown'473.3775 reading, writing and arith Darley mother-in-law, Mrs. Don '
Attlsllr.M.rr6ar91 ? oNr MY GOSH 1NEt' PUT r Homestead Fla. (some of Powell, and her aunt, Mrs. Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey and .
ti A O RX 6 you may remember that he is Agnes Basford.Mr. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. '

.5,.yf'aRa... t't' HOUSE TRAILER NEXTQp FUQUAY'S CARPET CLEANINGSTEAM the son of Mrs. Louise and Mrs. Lynn Boch and Mrs. D.R. Brown and I I
R 4P Blanchard Atkinson) visited were Saturday evening dinner Cynthia were Saturday
their aunt. Miss Arthurine guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward evening dinner guests of her I

CLEANING OR SHAMPOOING Blanchard enroute from McGee of Starke. daughter, Mrs. Wyolene Day, '
FREE DEODORIZER Lancaster, Pa. to their homeat Mr.' and Mrs. O.J. Boyette and son, Keith, of Jack-
WITH CLEANING Homestead on Wednesday and family went to Seawall in sonville.Mr. I
DEPENDABLE SERVICE afternoon.Mr. Orlando Wednesday and and Mrs. Hermie Kelly
illalUh / I .and Mrs. William Wolfe Thursday. While there they spent Thursday to Monday of t

Work and sons, Billy and Danny of visited their aunt, Mrs. Ruth last week with their son and t
Quality
J li I II III'' Cape Coral were Friday Matechett. daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. I

dinner guests of their mother Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cham- Wendell Kelly, and family of
FREE Estimates Call Today Mrs. Hester Hicks and Mr. berlin went fishing Saturdayat Lake Worth.
and Mrs. Glen Shuford and Nassau Sound. Miss Linda Crider of I

964.8596. family as they came by on Miss Chris Dobbs was a Jacksonville spent the I
Close Out On All 1977 Modal their way to Wilmington, D.C. Saturday overnight guest of weekend with Mr and Mrs. I

to see their father who will go Miss Denise Hardee of George Kelly and family.
Mobile Homes In Preparation ForThe New 78'$ Just A Few Left. Also' Tile Floorl.T9a Mrs. Robert Lee attended a

.. ,... A...".."..".".'... ,... ... ,... - postmaster's meeting on
You'll Save Hundreds Of Dollars On These Models At John Browns ? Stripping & Waxing I Wednesday at the Hilton Inn I

C.wd [ 7ZuUAamQ r in Gainesville.
t Jimmy Moore of Jackson.

-11 I ,if's 8 l fKf... On sale Thursday, WELL DRILLING .' ville guest was of his a parents Sunday, Mr.dinner andMrs.


64 IUI tfrl;:m:HOtUta ::;:. Eagle's E I-.aGLE Friday and Saturday! Sales & Service >> Mr.. Fred and Mrs.Moore.Hermie Kelly

.1011 hawk visited their cousins Mrs.
fc ? prfcef I _..fl ,
on hiah /.. Drifting 4 to 16" Hazel Smith and Mrs. Beula

I "If it don't flow you don't, owe." Revel of Palatk, on Mondayafternoon
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AaII and daughters of New Smyrna
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MOBILE HOME Beach, were Sunday dinner Every price cut > guests of their parents, Mr. I
UTILITY HOOK-UP > and Mrs. Doc Mosley. I

WATER WELL Prevatt Guests of during Mr. and the Mrs.week Carl I]

SEPTIC TANK ELECTRICALONE were: Neal Elder and Mr. and ]


Just look at these fantastic Eagle values! We use CALL*WILL All equipment OO IT ALL Licensed, ,> last Mrs.Kinglsey week.Cecil Lake Wednesday Whitehead on Friday night of of


i inaaiaM'i"n i i *. Sta-Rite pumps radio dispatched bonded & insured ', Marla Norman and her S.S.

'- 1 teacher and class came and
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l 1 372-803J1 :I:!.'.:*' &75-7272I with Cecil prayer Crawford; Friday and afternoon Wayne ''I
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Fran
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and Edward
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3.33 Church Mrs. Fonzo Prevatt I I'

and family; Sunday afternoonMr.
WERE 3.1P and Mrs. Hermie Kelly.
,..... handaoiM Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp
P '
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and Bryan the Labor
you go! Carafra* scats, Red spiders, Scale. spent
for
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VALUEPLUSI polyaatar/cotton e. Day weekend with their ,
White Flies and other in- '
Y 100* poryaatar look brother-in-law and sister. Mr.
SAVE 100 SAVE! 1.09 SAVE! 21% KEDS I.T.A. SNEAKERS \ =;.. m or aoHda.pattama In sect pests from wintering and Mrs. C.R. Mozingo of 41
SPRAYSHRUBBERY ever by having us I
24 GAL GARBAGE CAN 1rio".SO' VINYL HOSE 2PK. HUDSON TISSUE DISC. mm..1... aMLXLPRIC5 spray Stephens S.C.
a now. Mr. and Mrs. David Gard- I

4.96 :3.88 si Famous makes quality ner and son of Jacksonville
: 38<=
: mm'* 7-12,bey'3w-. Call l l now and have us schedule visited Mr.and Mrs. Doc
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Sturdy plaatlo with lock lid Strong..! vinyl construction F.ciN.UNity two-ply tlaaupa i, I your spraying..It Mosley on Sunday afternoon. I
handla lo pr.v.nt.pol.t with aolid br...coupling. M d.corstiv. .tal ahadaa.omul 41 must be done well ahead of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Warren '

frost. are spending their vacation I

NOW with their grandparents, Mr. ,I
-- qJf and Mrs. John Steele of <<
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Monroe, Tenn.
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Inspection Jacksonville were Sunday
p; ONTROL I
dinner of their
/ guests parents, .
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....,. <""..' Wilkison. I

SA VE 33K- SAVE!'".00 SAVE! 5.00 SAVE 1.00MEN'S / 9645745CENTRAL Barry Lee Watts of Fort I
1 Knox Ky. spent the weekend
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with his parents.Mr. and Mrs.

Vl 9 59 =39.88 .=19.88Appov.d win 8.94 J ., Barry Mrs.Watts.Lavon Wilkison and t

lor ut. in Ford a 65% granular' formula k..... Piano. kay control' ....III-In S"uppara,g.nuln.0oody.w WALL children moved back to
a O.M.u'o Ona quart can. pool weber claan A..nll.." mika.Sallarlaa. ._. wait.Tan mono aizaa 7-12. VALUE PLUS? SAVE 1.00
Lawtey Sunday from Ark. and
I SAVE 11" SAVE 11% FASHION KNIT SHIRT LEISURE JACKETS will be with her In-laws Mr. ;
9R1N1LB.CAN I FURNACEBy and Mrs.B.L.Wilkison, Sr. fora I
13 OZ. CARS ORTHOI' PgICE3a97Ra5 88 few days.
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''I colora.Man'a S lo XL. m.kMM.n'.hwMLXL Seigler Mr. and Mrs. Charley

1.77WAA Wilkison of Starke, spent the

1. >! WAS 1.11 1 1SAVEJ The Last Word In Comfort parents Wilkison long weekend Mr.Sr. with and her Mrs.grand-B L. I t


% AVE13I % VALUE PLUS Mr. and Mrs. J.F, Robert I

DISPOSABLE OZ. TASTY SAVE ZOO CROSS-STRAPSANOAL8 BTU son were Sunday dinner
LIGHTER IN rs0t 65,000 guests of their son-in-law and :
FIRESIDECOOKIES DYN AM TABLE RADIO
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WAS.SC A ,, Whita cabin. Mack control. Jacksonville.Mr. .
WERE 3' panol.top mount.d.pwk.r I
f and Mrs. Robert Vance
i Up To and grandson Jimmy from
\ : 11HCUrry Scotland, Ore,are visiting her

4 f mother Mrs. Lilly Bores, and
6 family at Middleburg. Mrs.

r !r Elsie Norman and her grandsons -, .
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RoomsWall
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T4sOO G M e 96 Mr. and Mrs Donald I

'I SPORT/DUTYOXFORD P.eky. ol 3 l-ahlrta Whlla with contraal wok and Wilkison spent their vacation'
or knit
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S-pc. apong vinyl lugHANGER ASSORTMENT POPULAR PLASTICS I'tIICI 3 a 88 i Thermostat-Keeps law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
aal m blua orcraam
gaga Donald Edker
toll trlcol-Hrwd _.. of Mosspoint
with uppar opanIngt vinyl up ?; .
big pockat. DISC88 Mlta DISC. -7 C crapa aokta.In woman'a ato.Choooa i Even Temperature t/ Miss.
Tola_ S la.22"_ 14.U, Mrs. Waldo Pringle of ,
*4"__ 11 U.T',_? 24.U; from aklrt, blw w. Pal raadar.Vt-gallon docantw, dAVET4% y Counter Worthington Springs .
O"....IT M.; Sal....13 40 alack or avar-door hangora. Bolanoor,paper towal hotdar MEN'S ORLON Flow-Pulls Sunday afternoon with spent her '' :

VALVE PLUSt a'i 9A YE??% DRESS SOCKS I P Unused Heat Off Ceiling And SpreadsIt sister Mrs. Pierce Crews. Mr. ''
FIT 10-13
9AYE15! "
and Mrs. O.J.
d Boyette visited
RAG MULTICOLOR RUG IN p .l r !c4 TAME RINSE CREME ft ADORN HAIR 2 R P$1 k, Back' Evenly Over The Floors Where friends in Valdosta Ga. last' ,

24x45" SIZE CONDITIONEROZ. SPRAY-130Z. j 11.i week. .
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I s yyy wagtut You Need It Economical to Install And Misses Cecelia: and Laura i

.i 1s/7 ; f / 1a 27 Chamberlin, and Mrs. Cheryl I
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Economical to Chamberlin, went to Crescent

Disc. i,,; > WAS t7e' i t Operate'I.!I Beach for the day on Sunday.' '. ,,
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% VALUEPLUSI S SAVE?!% SAVEIF% 19A Rear And Side Vents Assorted de Index card flit '

JUMBO BATH VANITY MIRROR SECRET t BOY$'SHORT SAVE IS* 15% At, Small Extra Cast'Ptlw installation 57.THE OFFICE SHOP,.Ph. 914- .. .
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cleaner, .. THE
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ELEMENTARYNEWS SOUTHSIDE Tuesday Deadline Thursday CLASSIFIED noon for before preceding insertion AD publi im ( f'f .' .' .. __.




cation.Minimum(Covers charge 15 Words$2.00) : : $:.IFIfOo I ; :,2; _;, trwilltJlaaI :-



Each word over IS .;," ...". <; '.;!";-""' ,. "':' ;:''f ; _mn REALTY
Opening day for students at are invited to come meet the 10 cent ... 1 ft> ....1.. ..........."... ",-' i '

Southslde, August 29, went staff and talk with teachers.An V .r;

very smoothly, *in fact, one of open house will follow the All classified ads WANTED FOR RENT FOR SALE- FOR SALE (

the smoothest opening days in meeting giving parents a tuust be paid for In ad- '., NEWLOCATIONI

years. stated principal Dewey chance to visit rooms and talk vance unless you havean \,' 205 N. TEMPLE

McKlnney. with their child's teacher. established account RELIABLE MIDDLE. APARTMENTS: completely REDUCE SAFE and fast COUCH AND CHAIR SAlE ..,54i STARKEFLORIDA

The total enrollment now Plans will be discussed for the with The Telegraph. In AGED COUPLE deilre furnished TV A A/C. with GaRage Tablet and E- 1169.95 up. Dahiner'iDiscount. PREFERRED PROPERTI

stands at 595 students including Halloween carnival which will that event II extra Immediate work on Restaurant and l lounge Vap "water pilla" from !! .. 2/3. ..TF/Chg. -
104 kindergarteners. be held on Saturday October for Not egg/chicken. 'farm. Phon adjoining Underwood Andrew Pharmacy 356 W. Over 7000 sq. ft. CB building at 416 E. Brownie
billing. BAHIA HAYl
charge 4752778 Motel.U JJ.301.4 mile.N. ol Madison Starke.. 9/1 Argentina
between 79 ...... 4tpd
Kindergarten registration is 29. Southslde Is anticipating responsible lor errors and 8.11 9/22 highly fertUlted. phone 9046071. known as the D and W bldg..Could bo 4 separate

not complete yet, however enthusiastic community when given over the -p.m.-- -Itpd--9/8- StreBa.t.JW.- -- - ----- 7/21 tl/chg stores or one... Prime commercial location...priced
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and parents are urged to participation in this the main phone or when copy Is ......- CAMPER TOP FK long -- -- -- right!

attend to this as soon as fund-raising project for the rot typed and brought to HELP WANTED ON 12x6 KINGSLEY mobile home LAKE with: bed window Chevy Like or Ford.D...Bubble(200 well MOBILE and HOME leak.LOT Small with NEW LISTING: Peace and quiet In Earlton. 4 BR, 2

possible. school year.Statewide. .he office.PERSONAL. screen porch washingmachine Phone 4311680. Itch; 9/8 down payment.septic Phone 46S- :aths, CH A, fireplace. Pecans from 5 large trees
Southslde welcomes the assessment tests lot dock. the taxes. Economical well and 3 septic tanks.
,' large -- -- --- 1551. 6/9 IF/Chg pay
following new personnel: in Reading CommunicationSkills Available until June, CEMETERY LOTS: 4 graveplotCrosby
SECRETARY lull tI..... -- -- - --
Joyce Sanderson. substituting and Mathematics will Typing required shorthand couple, no pets. Lake Cemetery.S PATIO COVERS 10x29( for Are you the "discriminating" person with money to

for Susan Nichols kinder be given in October to all desirable, Imagination, work 160month. Phone 533-: grave plot Klngaley Lake. home and mobile home back up your taste for luxury, yet Informality? For

garten( teacher,who has a new students in grades 3, 5. 8. andII. with adult and youth. 2468. 9/1 2tpd 9/8 Cemetery. Phone 9648413. S199 Installed. SI59unlnetalled. YOU we have on Hampton Lake, (1)t ) Brick home

baby girl; Vicki McKinney It is hoped that the resultsof SERVICE Apply In person at B.C. - -- -- Itpd 98YARD GATOR with extra lot. complete with dock and Boathouse

first grade teacher tnns- these very important tests Agricultural Bldg. from 9 FOUR BEDROOM HOUSE -- -SALEs-- -- ALUMINUM, Phone 372 (2)) Unpretentious yet elegant, brick and redwood

ferred from will be available in ...... to noon. PosItion Saturday, 9767. 4620 N.W. 13th St.
December. ,
Starke open .
SEWING MACHINES unto on 80 acre farm. AvailableOct. Sept. 10. 8 ..... tO. Corner furnished _____
Elementary; Sandy Joha.on this 9/19. EQUAL op. 1. ISO/month. Rent Gainesville. 8/11 tfchgWATSON'S
Again year Ms. repaired all make PORTUNITY MadUon and Walnut, Raiford: Charming brick
EMPLOYER. --- -- country home plus
Title I teacher tran&feued Lawrence has the accelerated cleaned oiled and adjusted. 9/8 2.e"91t5" adjustment for couple who Clothing, book. some -- another home for rental
Nice
nearby.
(tram Starke Elementary. classroom The difference this 17. Work guaranteed. JamesStrickland can manage cattle herd furniture, other Itchg( 9/8 HOUSE OF trees some
-- -- - $43,000.00.
-- VACUUMS outbuildings Owner will
and/or maintain and many brand consider
lanet Neighbors. Martha corner MorganRoad repairlencea -- ---- -----
being that she has
PART-TIME
year a HOUIIE., ,
etc. Cad Jai 268- ol new vacuum, Used financing.
and Highway 16. 3/10 BRAIIMA BULL 3 old,
Siefferman third grade Title I combination of second third ; WORK. Muat have own 9372 weekday 9/1 Ztpd 9/8 yr machine available. Expert t

teacher; Claudette Peterson. and fourth graders. Tr/Chg_ ___ transportation. Phone 782- ------ ---- 782-3594.Pure bred Itchg no' paper 9/8 phone repair, all make Parts and Nearly new brick home on Madison with CH&A', 3 I

fourth grade teacher trans Mrs. Freeman-Siefferman's JR. REAMES HEATER 3154. Itchg 9/8 KINGSLEY LAKE. Winter ---- --- accessories for all vacuum Bedrooms 2 Baths plus large lot
ferred from llampto.i; third grade class is studying CLEANING AND REPAIR: -- ------- rate, Sept. June. Central AKC Registered Pekingneao Built.in central vacuumeyetems.

Ihelma Knight, fifth grade about the ocean and sea life. Winter li comki$. Its time to Busmen i I. great and we Heat A/C. Mobile Home. Dog: Call after I p..... 964 404 !1SW 10th OF PARTICULAR INVESTMENT INTEREST: 1.

Title I teacher transferred Lisa Nettles brought shells so have year heaters and need help! We need an cotlaf Call 533: .2366. 8/25 9621. Itchg 9/8 Avenue, Gainesville. Phone Modern 8 apartment house or office complex. 2.

from Lawtey; Shirley that each: child had one to take furnace. cleaned and experienced mobile home tlchg ---- - -- 3767410,_TF/Chg!. Tuck's Drive-In on 301 South. 3. Vacant property on
fifth checked.. Call Jr. Ream. ervlceman. Top wage, ---- -- -,- ---- SINGLE BED nearly N. with unlimited potential. 4. Demorest homeon
Johnson grade Title I home. The students a re enthusiastic 782-3328 or 964.8962. benelH : new, UTILITY BUILDINGS: 301
teacher Esther today. company mileagepay PRIME BUSINESS SPACE complete with built-in Park Place to Starke Shopping Plaza.
; Casas muse about this subject so 8/25 Ttpd 106HANDYMAN and the chance to grow aluminum prewired rteeptablei. adjacent
teacher; Kathy Metzler P.E. that learning about sharks. located on Lawrence Blvd. drawer. 100. Electric light witches,
-- --- - with a growing .
instructor who was at whales, fish and all sea life : All homo by our office company.Come at Starke and Flamingo In KeystoneHe. heater 220 volt, 25. Phone light, tongu and groove The creak of a barn door i 17 Vj acres with 2 trailer

Southside 1972 to 1974 has rejoined should be fun for them. repair. Interior and e.. Home Center 301 North of .. Inquire at Standard 9647024. Itpd 9/8 floor delivered end set up. hook-ups plus well plus 28x70 concrete block barn
Station or ph..o 473-4907. -- - - .
Financing available, to 48 with bathroom) $25,000. Hurryl I
us. Paraprofessionalsnew Mrs. Han-ell's fourth gradeis tenon remodeling house- Starke. 9/1 2tchg 9/8 TF/chg -. SEARS CEMENT MIXER: month to pan 60 up aLses.Suxukl a

toSoullteide this year are presently studying about washing and painting. -- --- --- S75t 55 gallon fuel ..n. (20( at Starke.9644020 Large frame home on Madison Street in excellent
Special rat.*//terma for LIVE IN To cook and .keep ON, LAKE:
Barbara Brown transferred early man. They have viewed : COTTAGE Phone 964-8483. Itpd 9/8 94-6021. 5/12 TF/chg repair for $27,000.
senior elt".". Free mall house for aeml.retired JOHNSON air conditioned. _ _
from Law ley, and Linda some excellent films on the : - - -
,Aldjy transferred fromStnike subject and discussed and .....t... Phone 9648961. man. Central heat and air.Reply Swimming and fishing.$125week. ADD ANOTHER FOR SALE Console piano Neat 4 year old home on Fla. Power, lust off 301 N.
after 5 pjn for Immediate to Box J c/o Phone 4732108.
"BEAUTIFUL Cad for appointment to seer Owner transferred.
Elementary seen artifacts of the HANGING
early / 5'ACnM -
.ttcmtion.9/1 3tchg Starke. pd
Telegraph. 7/28
tfchgHOMES 473-2210 4734645evening.
I he first PTA meeting will Indians. Students are en- >. BASKET. Good variety day or
-- -- - -- -- -- -- --- --- .
lie held Tuesday, September couraged to bring arrowheadsor BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Your choice, 3. toms earlyto tl/chf Yes we do have listings on Kingsley Lake.
\ ; CLEANER: REPAIRS Dempsey Motel. Phone - - -- -
27. l 1977! at 7:30: in the other artifacts Excellent
pm. they
may opportunity
all makes. all FOR SALEBY 9647591. Itpd 9/1 GUNS FOR SALE 22'.,
Southside Cafeteria. Parents have found. In Starke .
are Large Cecelia/ T.
model Starke Sewing: Cen ---- --- - 25's. and 38' cold at Dab.mer's Terwilleqar
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ter. 215 Kant ('all !Mrect. corporation h. outatandlng CITIZEN Dlarxunt.. TF/Chg
sale opening. Must have m NEW LOCATION I
phone 964-8312.: 4tpd OWNER: 3 BR 2 B.lh. COMPTOMETER --- -- --- --
manageability ambition and 205 N. TEMPLESTARKEFLORIDA
---- -- -- LIMEROCK FOR SALE.Ph
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CH/A. Landscaped In Multiplier, use tape :
A la h ain a Ma n Nabbed LEWS WELDING: Gas, ahow progress for age.. Excellent, condition. 24000. excellent condition 75. ... 782-0172 after 5 p.m.
Business
Electric Braalng hitches or sales background Phone 964.5667.' 8/18 4tpd Phone 782-3660 after 5 p..... 7 n4 tl/chg
PHONE
Installed Trailer helpful. Starting 964-7776
Custom
9/8 tf/pd --- --- --
Built Whispering Pine alary (780 per month. For - -- --- FOR SALE Diamond .
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I'orArea Con; GaIn M l.I.3 ml. South of Stark, peranoal! Intervelw, ,Call FOUR BEDROOMS. 2 bath. DON'T DIE WITHOUT A needle for any atereo ever
on 301 Box 327, Starke. t la. ( Ineivill 318.1551.,9/1 WILL: Protect your family. 247 different one, we have
3tchg 9/15 Living room dining largekitchen. them all. Dahmer'a FVULKNKRNEWItt I
tf/chf Furnished or unffurnlihed. Two .OIlona. pius booklet Disceunt. /
-- -- -- "How to Make and Break. TF/Chj
An Alabama man suspectedof Heights and $1,200 of bad I acre, deep well. E
HENLV ELECTRIC Will. (3 guaranteed.Order ---- --- -- -
operating( check fraud con checks in Starke. The coupleis AUTOMOBILES USED 113,500. Phone 473.2164. 9/1
COMPANY Ethel'. 1L9. Rt.
Dept.
reeldeotlal today. BEING
TRANSFERRED. Lillian C. Pearson
with banks in Starke. also suspected of passingbad 2tpd 9/8 m
(Mine commercial industrial 7 1 Box 395-A Raiford. 32083. Must sacrifice Singer Automatic A
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Keystone and other north checks in. Lake City and day a week. 24 hr. aervlce. -- -- - DBS. HOME A OFFICE 11roomi,3bathWW Itpd 98GERMAN aewlng machine lop Real Estate

.Honda towns has been in Gainesville. 431..1700 Ralt ref 8/18 5tpd 1973 FORD RANGERi -- --- ----- ..model does everything 'l.tl. ".-'. L
In addition to the in 9/15 LHB A/T A/C PS. CB carpet. POLICE DOG
Khcambia: County near charges : automatically. Need someone 128 S. Water St.
said - tape player radio. 360. new A/C. huge lot good Female, 3 old. 3 BR.2 Bach (0 Home.: ('H
I I'ensaiola, Florida. Tomasovitch a -- resIdential area, yet close to spayed yr in area to take up payments Star..... Florida T
BRADFORD SEPTIC: ; tire, new dual exhauet. Quiet well mannered. Good 112.84/month & A. closed garage nice
the James .
Starke investigator George couple using names businesses.. Convert to apt.or or pay 964 5065()
TANK SERVICE Sliding rear window, rail., companion and watchdog.Need balance 283. Phone 94- lot, quiet neighborhood
Tom.iM.vitch said James and Connie Cald"( ell is wantedin ollice. 426 N. Walnut. Y
residential black and chrome. 12800. to find home Phone assume 51/4 I / percent mtg.
140. 7084. Will
pump-out., deliver
no obliga
New York for 9645390. 9/1 9/8
I low nrd Caldwell was arrested issuing -4,000 Phone Ztpd
Fast aervlce guaranteed.Phone Phone 9648466. Itpd 9/8 964-7652. Itchg' 9/8 tl ion. Itpd 98Floriland 3 Bedroom I 1/2 S11.000:
\ith bond set at over of bad checks and an unpaid --- - -- -
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964-6121. 4tpd ----- -- -- bath concrete block.. Lowdown
$'.().Olio while a suspected phone bill over $2.000 : 1971 Toyota Coron. 4 door HOUSE In choice location; 2 TRIM OFF POUNDS with payment with 3 Bit frame home: ("II A A.

lemale accomplice is still at Tomasovitch explained that BILL'S SAvrs"ilOP i :- corn- eedan. 4.p. manual with air. or 3 BR. carport patio lire- GoB... Grapefruit Extra monthly payment according fenced corner lot. (li.0110.

large the couple that worked in plot aharpening service.' (800 or beat offer. 964-8087. place, workshop. access to Strength Capsules and faat- Realty to your income

Tomasovitch said I'aldwell Starke and Keystone would circular ".ad. carbide 9/8 lake.. IH/A. Phone'4732217., acting Tablet Andrew 393 N.temple Av.. 2 BK frame, ref. & dose on
chain, mower blade hollow 9/8 3tchg 922.BRICKBLOCK. Pharmacy, 356 W. Madison I Ia. Power SI 5.11110.)
Nice Bedroom
is charged with! passing $1.51)0) enter the bank and open an - --- -- Starke, Fla. 3 frame
I ground and balanced. Leaveat --- - -- Starke.
St., 9/1 3tpd 9/15 ,
I account with a bad check 011.964'1700B.rber house In town with extra
in Kid hocks in Keystone 3
Jackson. HOME \ furnishedmobile
Building Supply -- -- lot., Frontage 2 cry neat
on city
written on an outoftownbank Stark or Keystone* Height. MOTORCYCLES BR I bath LR' DR. den. BOAT MOTOR. .tTaller, and Beauty shops, .. home Kith. large
I then w ril -chedls on the 'rl"Cio- *\'... "".. rAl large kUchen."CHTA.-3 ear"".*..tr... Run well. 525. all equipment with. Ilehig Htreefel. _. addition Must .Nee to
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Household Hints new account .to buy merchandise .-----r-------t-.C'Olio'/ .KS: .""."*. '" garage, double landscaped Phone 964-6969 after 8 p..... quarter. .. 3 Bedroom t frame* home appreciate $13.100N )
SUZUKI CTl 380 1975. lots with fenced -
and for
cash. driveway). Itchg 9/8
of hrniti. !Nice
out
just city
.
In Keystone the couple purchased ANOMMOLS: : ; : auccesalul excellent condition 1700. backyard. Close to Very lIie. OW mobile. lot ;. bargain at (100011. .7 acres, 210 on 100S) 562'deep
l b\' Man) S.' WurlaN microwave and living for people who want t.n'II' Phone 473-430!) after 4 p..... elementary school. hospital home on beautiful lot near : It 3.5110.S .
a oven
| drinking: and STAY Itpd 98SUZUKI and downtown. Priced to W "l'r 'r fUn. Klngaley La.....
N ( mini} KxlensioiiHome rote $600) worth of bad Meeting: Ihursday 964-5103 .............. ... ... HANDYMAN SPl:CIAL:
-- - -- -- ell. Phone after 6 1/2 .....
I : .\ lot block acre quiet
65' with
toMomics genllilKSllON. concrete
r checksiorcashat the bank. In
and H Phone
Sunday 3 2 B. Brick home,
p.m. OF STARKE p.m. l for appt (39,900 firm. 2" BR 19.0UU<
thru 6"
in 1'I..50U.
building town
Starke the couple purchased 9tU-543 1 or 964-6N94. TF authorlied Saaakldealer. Itchg 9/8 with CIlIA outside city

: :'; : Do >'ouKi.oniiT.eiul appliances at Winkler -- ---- -- yeur ___ ...: limits. __ '
Phone 904020. 1(40 -- Fast Rotary 2 story, 3 Bedroom bath 36.35 acre: 1311)) on I S
I the uaterglassiiu lectnc: LAWN A GARDEN South Walnut (1301 mirth .in NEW HOMES: Low maintenance : 80 Acre larm. home and need finishing touchea. 301.Terms fSK.SOOLAWTr

'HICK! of preserving eggs? Tomasovitch got a tip on the SIRMCEi: Alao housework St..1. ) TF/Ch. brick, 3 BR, 2 Bath Drilling Equipment barn Equip. optional. 5000.
i:Mrs Kf.s ) operation from Wayne and general hou..hold fireplace. Keyalone area __ :\'

.\\ \\ Kit: : Prior to the days (Fulmer and !\Iy'rtlct Carter of repalra. Reasonable. rot... above Keystone Oak. *. No STATE LICENSE 3 BR B; ;j.ud CB 28 acres approximately.only .

of i l'l'l rlgt'I'U t ion terglass the Community State Bank in 8/ll5tod9/8 Phono 964 5432 anytime.. FOR RENT closing coat Priced from ........ ... .. House on I Aero (900 per acre!! Small 5 room frame homeon

uas used "\(\l>'1..i\'l'I>. as a Starke -- --_ -- -- 35000. Adama' Builder. Paul H. Faulkner I 1.4 acres $U.1100.
Pumpm House on I acre, with
4732056 or 473-4078 8/18 Rvaltor
inelhiKl ol keeping eggs It is "The check they opened ALUMINUM SIDING !! larnlahinga.
tfchg 4 BR 2 Bath im MobileHome.
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inoie) practical I in northern their account with came back Awning, gutter, window, NICE LARGE APT with S
-- -- --- Asaoclateo CII4A. I .7
di maleshcMt1 heotlll'l'tI etc Joseph U Garrison, and furnlahod. New & Used 3 BR D.W. trailer 1 on
eggs can real quick and when we room bath on '
| Irene L. Faulkner acre*. hook up for 2nd Mil.tlSOOO .
Phone 964-5205. 8/11
) in .1 i tool plaCe.ctualiy checked on them we found out tl/chg Hot water and light fur Sales-Parts-Service Acre ___ 964.6142 ( .

," if eggs are placed in about their record in New niahed. Phone 96.a.807t.lleh FOR SALE i BR Stucco, House Suntn M. BakUfn '

an airtight t container and York. so we called the police WANTEDISED 9/8 E-Z Terms CHA, and Appliance _..964.6172 20.Acrea JUNt off 'IR 225M .
stoied ;JI) degrees r"itlrigeialor fish pond 2 Mobile Home
in and let them know about it. 3" ROOM""APARTMENT TABLE Regulation4x7
POOL
.. Business property on Mobile ho k.up.. hog barn.
lhewill keep Home
Fulmer said.Tomasovitch.
Partially furnished; I child AMF genuine elate. 301.
al,out I li mont hs and t hey ale said he BOAT TRAILER: only. 403 N. Walnut. $300.. ALSO Mt. air jet Plumbinip! I Acre, with or without Service Poles SJJ330:;

flUSh easier to use Freezing worked for about two hours on 200400 lb. capacity. CASH. 175/... nth: Itpd 9/8 hockey ,aID.. (60 Phone u.ller. 29 AcresI.S 3111.S13.5IH: ( )

also i is an easier method to the phone calling all banks in Burt. phone 9645580. Itpd - -- -- 964-6009 or 9644230 ..t. New Installation .Call.964.7700 1OO AMI* .

piesei\e eggs the area trying to find out 9/8 APARTMENT 2 bedroom. 212. 9/1 tlchgSILVER' \ernieP.OdomReg. ",t.8rr... I S 301) -
---- --- -- -- - -- lao"
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inlormation and also sent aw unfurniahed carpet range. Remodeling Real Estate large brick" home('It" A, 3
tll'I'SlIU'O: : I How tan > ou arning out on the police tele- COMPANION HOUSE refrigerator, CH/A. no pets. RlfOE Broker 200 AMt! BR. 2 Katha. 2 fireplacea
KEEPER for whit
(ellhin .1 i \\ .llIll' is done*' t type net warning police elderly (165/month.. Phone 964 Evenings 94.8476 fenced planted pasture,
In Jax. Good
lady working DIVISIONOVERLOOKINO( Repairs'Durr'ancip
7574. 9/8 tf/chg SUB
( :?\Mis .1) II. i departments all over north conditional Tranaportatlooprovided -- II if)..400I .
-- --- --- Pearl Andrew A....,.
.\\s\\l: I l1t: I nlessou, h.ne i
: Florida Reply P.O. Bo. 28.Starke. A SS\-\\ 'rES
MOBILE IIOMfc: u"country
an fleet ric lion. which signals The police in Escarnbia 9/8 2tcg 9/15 furnished children welcome., : 964-7739 Ff47 I lola Zlpperer <*6I-7154 or

when I tin1 \\at lIe is done t the County put the message out to ---- ---- "would Phone 9644111 or 4734777. SILVER LAKE f .................... .. Janet 782 Starling'398 '823397.

lies) test t is to uatih for the bunks in their area and an attendant CHRISTIAN LADY 4/7 TF/cha Lillian Pearson
PUMPS & SUPPLY
moinenl when I the steam like t* do houeework. ...dorear. REALTOR
at a drive-in window for the elderly. Personal In BradfordrCounty

stops escaping recognized the name of relorences farnlabed. LONGCHAMP Near Keystone COMPANY La*try, Florida

('aldt.11hen he pulled in Phone 964.688S. Itpd 9/8 Home and Building m: 78..3806
U KsTION: : Does citrusEiIll The attendant notified -- --- ------ I Heights. Spacious 864 N. Temple Ave. RALPH

alter it is puked I :Mrs police who arrested CaldwellTomasovitch WANTED Deed r* Materials BRYAN
('.<.'.1 trigerator. ....h.r., andatoves -WEBUILD- Building Lots For Starke Rt-AI TOR

.\NNrHMnle: : citrus said the couple ia good condition. "Ymir Plans Or Ours I Homes, Sensibly 964-7061 Real Estate 0E ROB Tiu5JftfC

hints do not ripen off the tree were very clever and had used Phone Dahmer'a Discount YourLotOrOurs"FREE [ ,.,

in I the same l \\aus some a string of aliases in opening 964.:7923. ..TF/Chg_ I Restricted. Easy 2117 N. 61
ESTIMATES Temple nsa Nom Temple Ass.
flints some changes do occur accounts and even used different Terms. S'AAKI.I'LOAIDA

during !storage. Fruit begins I cars and tags each time Remodeling Repairs NORTH CAROLINA 984-8788

to lose weight l IS soon as it they went to a different bank. BELTSBOOTS Additions Investment Prices! OFFICE OPEN ALL DAY

leaves the tree. There isgenerally "In Starke they used a blue Homes Bought a bedroom rustic cabin. on I I I SATURDAY OPENSUNBY 1.440 square feet of I
a slight loss of Alabama CRS acres off weeded mountain '..nd.Ter..llC -
van with tag 25 on !SR-10O,
living space
Sold
Traded view' ol mountains Lar*. APPOINTMENT large 4BR frame house
\ It ill1\in ( and soluble solids while In Gainesville they used racO "....,.... e,00sed. teem LK. family room on ten fenced 1.2 acrea. 4 BIt. 2

Although sometimes these an Opel with Alabama tag ceiling, .ares redwood deck NEW LISTINGS .er... just oft !SR 16. Bath Central Heat and
constituents will increase due D\C; ; SMO." Tomasovitch said. ACREAGE FOR MELIA K. IICEN : spring. "water alt soo.II.ooo down -- 2 Air unit. Owner

to overall loss In weight material assume lean North 3 LR anxious, la ..11. Price
The purchased SALE 1 Acre en large ruthing mountain 3 acres WDson Rd. East ofStark. 301 BR
with the bad checks has not At Carradine'sJUSTINWRANGLER 964-6853 REALTOR trOut .......... Waterfall ,t.srb5. .. Owner financing frame houae, on ten acret reduced to 117.500.

UlFSTIONi: :'; : there anything been recovered but Good ....... 11 MO. Goad Term tractor and equipment - -
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Starke garden spot. GoOd accost Owner" family room, countrykitchen. Several. commercial lots 4 Aioocialen.lnc.
and \peaches from turning investigation might uncoverIt. needs to sell 111,100. Terms Realtors
Boots for the entire family Iranch 47S-17IS beautiful 301.
lark after they are peeled and He said investigation was Best .el.ctios, beet prk. Moires* ,Tho.. are a few" of I.000 listings. lot In eft. on,. Fenced backyard acre. 471: .41111):
sliced I t\lrs.: J.A.) continuing also to gain information We .have all fypet of property 9 acre pasture landreasonably '
ANYWHERE IS and
....... pecan trees
from 1400 and
per acre up. priced just oflltK
.\:-';Sun't's: there is. for prosecution
We nave small or large tract Wesite grape arbor. < 16. N." of to...
These Fruits and sev al Belt aiie IS la 56.. Licensed Broker or have several cabins, houses. BeforeYou
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others such as' pears and Licensed Salesperson old farms etc Write or call for 3 BR block house In one at 1-3-6 acre homeehe S
LOsrF..U.h All I. finest "..thar.MOBILE free luting brochure. You can call .
contain that nicest sections of town.Very
apples enzymes mile :II.\\. of Starke.. A
free of i.l0O'431742i. Buy
charge by dialing
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Springer Spaniel neat In good
combine with the I m : - -
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Male, Aa...,. to Buckwheat CAN YOU:SELL??? WrIwercall. today Cherokee* condition. nice double wide.!
the air and discolor the fruit Land Co., Murphy, N C. 'S.04. Very
color the 14 mos., aver and CARRADINE'SLEATHER I "screened porch added CHi Mobile
For bright dip white with Black laco. L.. SHOP 3 BR 2 baths, family room A. rot witS
on one acre
Your full-time Franchise in Real Estate I II 7lpd "',22
fruits In a dilute lemon juice I. Lawlejt aroai (100 own fireplace, nice lot, fenced plenty of tree*.

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grapefruitjuice. Coating them Itchg 7H-34M charge. National Company. established -.in I ---, Two 20-acre tract ".ry''

with citrus keeps the oxygen W* have lots acreage, reasonable, ju.t off SR 16 Sec
1900 largest in its field. All advertising House Cleaning
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and your fresh fruit will re 'lklWOrUL COlt tb> signs forms supplies furnished. Professional Clay and Union: - -

main bright and colorful HOME Training and Instruction given for rapid SpecialAny counties- city, country I BR block home, Bedford. John

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available in most super. Nationwide from : 3 BR. 1 h. home 3/7S
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markets that will have the water Iromagei' MS down. MS ......* City Limit Two 8.< same effect without! Introducing monthly (Cash pnc M 975, 105 Walk to Bradford Square Everywhere. Can you qualify? You must have 3995 to 69,95 Realtor swimming pool. In Iowa

another flavor pavmentaof, 165 FmancachrgofIt Or Downtown initiative excellent character (bondable), None Higher
.91} APR' 8'% I 0"' .. lot.. near Mobile Homes 19.95 ART PATRAY-473 3 BRASINGTON
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dcru. noted for in beautiful .developer. and read u.before ogrxnganything Sewer. STROUT a...Real Estate. Inker-.
flowrri and MUD neither. approve" REALTY, Inc., etc.Call Phone 964-782 J JOPF.'t Cadillac Trades
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value' ol th* property a. an ....." 964-8810 after p.m. : '. .'
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I Errors Cost Tornadoes Good Showing Jamboree I ILack




of mastery of ele clipping penalty gave Santa Mistakes plagued the was off target. On fourth down Buchholz had to go to a tiebreaker the period ended in a 0-0 dead
mentary fundamental skills, Fe possession again. Again Tornadoes. Tyson mishandledthe the Tornadoes attempted ,a in both its quarters, lock.Buchholz
such as starting on the proper the BHS defense held, Duane Santa Fe Kickoff and, as a field goal from the 30 yard line but ended with wins over BHS was pushed backto
result, got back only to the 11 the 14 line in twu triesat
Intercepting a yard
count and receiving the snap Cummings but the snap to center was 3-0 and Gainesville High 7-6 [In
down at the yard line. Three successivefive running into the GUS
from center, left Bradford fourth pass fumbled. the final period. Eastside
High gridders on the short end Tornado 31 yard line. yard penalties followed A Buchholz player pickedthe seemingly much stronger defensive line in the tie.
The Tornado offense drove for motion or offsides, andBUS loose ball breaker but the Bobcats hit
of two quarters of game actionin up, and had a than in past seasonscameback
the preseason football nut two first downs on simpleoff was pushed back to its clear shot to the Bradford after the losing 6to) paydirt on a 14 yard touch
jamboree Friday night on tackle handoffs before the own four line. On third down endzone. But Bradford defen- Santa Fe to upset CHS 7-6. down from Darrell Dickey and
Florida Field in Gainesville. mistakes began. Marvin fullback Reddish lost the foot. sive back Esau Bright caught In the Eastside victory over Derek Hill. Gainey kicked the
Mistakes led to a 14-0 loss to Tyson, up from the J V, provedthe ball and Santa Fe's David him from behind on the GHS, the Purple Hurricanes extra point
a sharp looking Santa Fe workhorse for Bradford. McCullers recovered at the Buchholz side of the 50. muffed the first snap of the It took Gainesville only two
eleven in the first period. Running low and into a pile BHS 10.Backup. During regular play in the quarter and the Rams fell on tries to get in to the endzone on
Tornado gridders fought of blockers and tacklers on Raider quarterbackFred quarter, neither Buchholz nor the ball at the Gainesville 27.Alter its possession in the tie
standstill four Robinson executed a fine Bradford mounted moved breaker. G1IS went for a two
Buchholz to a in first down Tyson got a serious a holding penally
their second outing, but lost 3- yards over right guard. New draw play and running back threat. Buchholz completedtwo the Rams back to the 35, point conversion but quarterback
Williams
0 on a fourth down 22 yard QB Jeffery Norman got five Ezra scored with passes for 16 and 4 yards quarterback Terrell Williams Kyle Knight's pass fell
field goal by Bobcat Jim good yards around right end 1:26: left in the period. The and had three straight first hit on a pass to the 14 and untouched into the end/one
Gainey after the Big Red on the keeper and second PAT made ItSanta Fe 14-BHS downs, but Bradford's Allen 1 M three plays later quarterbackNolan
defense had stopped Buchhjlz. down, then Tyson dove into 0. Norman ended that budding Williams sneaked the

on the four yard line in the the Raider line for the initial Buchholz 3-lilts 0 threat with the second Tornado final yard for the touchdownwith
first three plays. first down. pass interception.Santa YOn 8:40: [left [in the quarter.
When the Tornado offense Stanlev Williams, senior Bradford High and Fe and Buchholz both Gainesville came back late in
could started runn>ng back, got five yards Buchholz battled to a 0-0 dead notched double wins in the the quarter and it took a goal r
get a play right,
lock in their of
quarter play in
defenseto
jamboree. the Ram
pre-season Exceptfor line stand by
that Is, get off on the same the third of five periods of the ::
around right end on the optionon an early touchdown pass stop GETS running, back
count safely receive the snap first down of the second jamboree. Buchholz got the 3- by Santa Fe the Eastside Victor Jones on the one half W ::
from center, and avoid a possession, Tyson dove into 0 win on fourth down of a defense also line time out. GIIS ':
well and
played yard as ran
fumble, the Big Red machine Esau Bright puts his head down and drives as Buchholz Bobcats -
sudden death playoff when
the middle for three, and full- of
Rams pulled the biggest upsetof thought Jones had gone out
moved the football. The swarm over him on third of Bradford High's sudden death
back Doug Reddish dove twice Jim Gainey successfully con the with bounds with second seconds
night a 7-fl win over 11
Tornado offense this season is playoff against Buchholz. Bright got four hard earned yards, but
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for a yard and the second verted a 22 yard field goal. Gainesville the clock, but
High. remaining on
playing with a completely new Tornado first down. The Bradford defense had BUS was penalized for an Illegal shift and the play called back the seconds ticked off and the
backfield and an offensive The first of many Tornado stopped Buchholz at the four quarter was ruled ended. J'S
front wall fortified with just penalties, which just kept line after three downs, forcing
one returning starter. cropping up,came on the third the field goal. BAD Week Of Practice Santa Fe downed Eastsidein !
Tornado defense
The was first down of the initial series The Tornadoes then had the second quarter on a 4 K
solid; the offense gave up the when split end David Walkerwas their turn from the 10 yard yard scoring strike from
points. called for offensive pass line. A motion penalty on first quarterback Buddy Bernardoto
interference. The penalty down pushed Bradford back to Brings Poor Performance"I'm Vince Campbell, who outran a
Santa Fe 14-B1ISO pushed BHS back to its own 40 the 15 ;yard line. Tyson lost everyone into the endzone.
Bradford gridders opened yard line. Tyson got two three yards on the rerun of From there the Haider
1977 action against Santa Fe, yards, but on second down the first down when the Bobcat the offensive line Coach "Considering our [inexperience defense did the rest
the sharpest and probablybest snap from center was mis- defense swarmed over the a firm believer that Bob Hancock: found little to and that it was our first Gainesville High pushed l U lld\\'alker'lUmbl'rlol! Is
drilled team in the handled and the football rolled Tornado offense. On second you only play as good as you cheer about. game situation we did pretty down to the Buchholz 30() yard (6hut lit- didn't stand a
Gainesville jamboree. Santa onto the ground Santa Fe down the snap from center practice and last week we hada "We didn't come off the ball well," Coach Denny Hansen line in the final period of play chance of catching. \ this pats
Fe proved it can play in Class defensive end Fred Terry was fumbled, but Bradford terrible week of practice," well"Hancock said. "Whenwe but that was as close as either thrown 1 b.\ LIB( Jeffery I
competition with the win finally got a handle on the recovered.On Coach David Hurse said aboutFriday's didn't make mistakes wedidn't said.Hansen's backfield had team could come to scoring as :Norman.-';
over the Tornadoes and football, after chasing it some third down an illegal .
two losses."We're
jamboree look too bad but we ust changed since last week with
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F.astside. rambled shift penalty was called. From
and into the
yards, not as agressive as made too many mistakes,' he Allen Norman, David Carter,
Santa Fe received a Bradford endzone for the first score the 22, on the third down replay we should be and we made far added. Dale Rogers and Dwayne SAVE ON LUBRICATION
kickoff to open the with 246; remaining in the QB Norman threw too many mental mistakes. As While Hurse wasn't happy Cummings starting in the
jamboree. The BUS defense period. The extra point madeit toward wideout Stanley inexperienced as we are if we with the offense he did he secondary."We .
say
held the Raiders, but a 13-yard 7-0. Santa Fe. Williams in the right flat but make mental mistakes, too, it thought that most of the mistakes did make some W. Hm Win Filters And Qukmfatt.. Kendall And

could be a long season," could be corrected before periodic minor mistakes butthey're SA" Mark l.bi&Ollt.
Hurse said. the opener against Ocala the kind that can be
FootballForMen Hurse wasn't pleased with Vanguard. easily corrected" Hansen think Tbs FlmitIrirlctHi.
W. They Art ,
Flag part of the offensive said. :
any game "We've looked much betterin "We had two Inter-
and, he added, everyone coulddo practice this week and ceptions in two quarters and $ 5 0
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much better. we're correcting our mistakes always had people around the '(set CholCS, 8 ,--'g1
"We call ourself a veer and working on fundamentals receivers," he added. ,
team but right now we're not said. Hansen that the ,
Hurse emphasized Filter ,"
Season 1..1. Oil Oku.s ft N.e
Begins SundayThe running the veer we're just On defense Coach Mike secondary still had a long way
handing off or keeping the Sexton said he saw both good to go though because of w......., t ftwiJif 0.1, tl.
ball," Hurse said. and bad in the game films but inexperience."We :
Starke Recreation Monday Sept. 12 from 7 p.m. continue through Sept. 30. The Hurse thinks that executionis as a whole he was have a lot of ground to /" 1.. '
Department is finalizing plansfor to 10 p m. at the old armory. first practice for boys and the key to his offense and disappointed with the defensive cover to get everything 100 ,."
the Fall programs with Classes will also be given in girls 8-9 will be Sept 9 at Pratt said once they can execute front seven. percent right Hansen said.
mens /flag football scheduledto the morning starting Sept. 14. Street. Competition will be properly they should be ableto "They're not agressive, or Overall Hurse said he's glad
open this Sunday. Sept 11. The Wednesday morning held for boys and girls 813. move the ball. operating as a unit," Sexton the Tornadoes will have an r
The six team mens flag classes run from 9 a.m until There are still openings in "We made only one physical said. open date next week to
football league's first game noon. Classes are free but ousse' classesschedule mistake all night and that re- "I 1 don't know whether we're practice before playing
students must pay for their for Monday sulted in a touchdown for the hitters, he added. Vanguard. Earlier Hurse
pits [LVVCI against Draw Titeat own material The instructor evenings and Wednesday other team," Hurse said One bright spot for the though 'he open date might bea
1 p.m. and Merchants: is Lillie Ann Johns.Registration mornings. Friday, September referring to a fumble that was Tornadoes Friday may be in disadvantage since
against the Country Boys at is still open for 9, is deadline for registration.Call picked up by Santa Fe and returned the play of the defensive back- Vanguard opens its season We Apprec iate Your Business

3.31): p m. The Sunday gamesare boys and girls flag football. 964-6792<< for information. for a score. field. this Friday.
scheduled be Practice for boys 7-9 and girls
to played on
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the high scnuui practice neiuNext September 14. at Pratt Street i Rodeo Comes: 1'0 Jax

: Thursday September Field at 3:300: .m. Practice for
15. Badeix.k takes on Kitchens boys 10-12 starts September 15 r
I Tile in a night game at at 3:30: p m. at Westside. Time will turn' back for a steer wrestling, and saddle Something To
Westside Park.Ceramic Registration for the Punt glimpse of the old 'esthen bronc riding. Other events will c:: I
classes will open Pass and Kick contest will the Jacksonville Jaycets include comedy acts and trick '.
bring the Third Annual Dixie riding. ;; ,

Wa Sk Classic Championship Rodeo Professional riders from all
tcr i ;
ChUlIlJOIlShipIs to the Jacksonville Coliseumon over the country will be Kick About
September 1618. 5 e a a '.
I competing for the estimated

ExeitiugForKlf Girl This Dixie Classic is the $12,000 purse. ,
Southeast's largest indoor The Rodeo will\ be held at We Now Offer Raised Letter
rodeo, and is sanctioned by the Jacksonville Coliseum at 8

n> Kai fii t'rosier. morning. Freezing in 60 the Professional Rodeo Cowboys p.m. on Friday and Saturday Printed
degree weather I still did it1! Association. September 16th and 17th, and o ""

Keillor's( :Notr: The Salt water is slippery and Cowboys and cowgirls will at 2:30: p.m. on Sunday, '
following i is !I'l"! National: iirl made my binders loose so on be participating in bareback September 18th. Business Cards ,
IIrst'pass I had a lot of For tickets contact the
Water Ski (hunipioii Karen my riding Brahma bull riding, :
('roder'spersonal \iC'of her trouble barely getting calf roping, girl barrel racing, Jacksonville Coliseum. / 90
trip to California and the through itI For 12
tnunia limit.> I got 2.780 points, not my 1,000 ::
best but good enough for first .acJ i -W'asoeae unaenae; ausaxharerK.Ia :
This was the 1977 =National place. Karin Roberge was v r,
Water Ski (,hamplOn hlps at seventh place. I beat her by S = S 1de,6 \ ;

Berkeley. California which is KM points, putting me in first LETTERHEADS ;
right near San Francisco and place overall, going into the I\\rrYc
Oakland slalom event
\\e (1Il'1Inlo the San This was very exciting because / *
Kiancihco Airport arriving at the championship depended ; 500 Plain Black Ink 259S

2:13: a m on August(\ 17 The on this.
tournament started the 17th. Karin Roberge had to get .o''
hut I did not ski until Thurs five more bouys than I to get ..''
the Overall : Clearance Specials .'
day> so our family i my Championship
sister Kim. my mother and It's a lot of buoys, but she is a
father I and also grandmother lot better slalom skier than 1.I I.I I.I I.
Vivian CrOSier my ) drove I went out third to the last, OLIN'S MOBILE HOMESLAMPS BHOf-TO-SCHOOL f
all around San Francisco meaning the committee ex SPECIALSWe
seeing Chinatown the famous pected me to get third place. I Iknew :
Fisherman's Wharf. Alcatraz I had to slalom my best Assorted Sizes From 7' H M2" ..'
and the downtown area. ever to keep my lead. I was ""..
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Thurstlaarternoon I really feeling good. NAILS Assorted Sizes MS'/ 50 Lbs. .
jumped [In'this event I knew a I got credit for three bouysat

felot hers were better 28 feet off the rope. Karin COFFEE TABLES & End Tables '2S" 35" Ea. :::
jumpers than I I. My plan was Roberge had to make the 28 i
just to stay close to the winners feet off pass and two at the
so I could be in (good\ next pass. She made all six BATH TUBS (Porcelain) it Ea.
shape for the next day's trick buoys at 28 feet off but before
event as far as the Overall you enter the course, you haveto CAirn '2" -'S" /. Sq. Yard
points (goI go through two bouys called
1 went out third to the last gates The judges said she WATER HEATERS (Rheem) 20-30-40 Gal. 1
skier, which means the didn't do this so she wasn't
'$4" fo'"=4"
i !ol'l'dinocommltll'e(\ expectedme credited for this pass.
I to get third place While she was skiing. I was

really:My II warm first jump up jump was!for just me skiing more nervous I wasn't than sure if hen she I Ias was NEW 4 USED FURNITURE Have The Hard To Get School Supplies Come See . :

to (get\ used to the salt water going to take it all away from
I and the feeling of the jump's me or not.guess 12-2 Wire With Ground 1SV Ft.
surface. It was an 89 foot I the people in the
jump stands thought I was a little |t-o Aluminum Entrance Cable 16" Ft. ,.!1 1gA

:My second jump was 96 feet strange walking back and :t.
and the third jump was 98 feet, forth, but I was really IH'l 10' Ea. a
which tied my longest( ever I sweating it out. ?
was a bit disappointed I Ididn't But when I look back at this llJ'l 7$ Ea.
i nk it was long enoughto it was really a lot of fun. When
pla the two. they announced I was the 29" '
in top ROCKINO CHAIRS Ea. ,':
The next girl lo go out was slalom and overall champion :.:
Tish t'amlhe ho all I turned around, saw the

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my good days and the dread-- : ;
site.She jumped 103 feet to receive :
ful bad days, my sister, Kim A I :.
first place, so I got a
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second, unexpectedly, but still
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by five feet and that I didn'tget "
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Bradford IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Collector 'Wants
County's Proposed 1977-1978 Budget BRADFORD COUNTY, LEGALS

FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION, Wooden Nic files

The Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County will RECREATION: NOTICE Equipment may be Inspected at *
meet DEPARTMENTS IN RE: ESTATE OF
on September, 19th Issued Here ;in 5 7
Proposed 1977-78: at 10:00: e.m for .the flnlll adoption of the Starke Recreation Department . . .. . . 1,000.00 1 DOROTHY B. WHITE, Bradford High School Field-
County Budget Theressa Recreation .-00- Deceased Associated Southern Millwrights house, North Temple Ave.,
George W
Chairman Roberts Jr. Pleasant Grove Recreation .-00- I Inc. has made application Starke Fla. Norman Fletcher, a

Uncoln City Recreation Department . . . . . . .-0- I File Number 77-383-CP to the Bradford County 4. All arrangements includingcost collector of wooden money
Gilbert S, Brown Spaedville Recreation Department . ., .-0- I Division 1-2685 Zoning Board for reclassification of removal shall be borne. by would like to have one nickles"or more
of the "woode
of the property described below the successful bidder
Total Amount For Equipment .
Clerk of the
Circuit Court issued souvenir during the
Hampton Recreation Department . .. . . . ,000.00 NOTICE OF from OR to MS 1 acre in Section as Centennial lebratlon
Lawtey Recreation 14 TWP 7 Range 20E App. 4. Bids will be received until 7:00: Starke
Department ? . . . 1000.00 ADMINISTRATIONTO x
Brooker Recreation Department 1/2 miles west of Graham on left p.m., September 19 1977 at the In 1957.
GENERAL FUND ALL PERSONS HAVING of State road 18 for light manu Bradford County School Board Mr. Fletcher already has
than 15,000 pieces of
facturing. offices at 582 North TempleAve. more
Bradford Public CLAIMS
County .41962.30 OR DEMANDS
wooden In his collection -
Starke Fla. The Board money
ESTIMATE
OF
REVENUES AND RECEIPTS AGAINSTTHEABOVE ESTATE
known
For the Fiscal Year Ending September 1978 AGRICULTURE AND HOME ECONOMIC AND ALL OTHER PERSONS This change in classification is reserves the right to reject any including all
TAXES ,, subject to a public hearing to be and all bids and to waive any issues in- Florida except the
valuation' Salaries
37l5oiT? on assessed) Agriculture/. 19966.00 INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: Starke Centennial. lie would
of $ ; . . .$483$7.00 Matching Cost-RET/FICA ... . 2152.25 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat held on Tuesday Sept. 27, 1977at bidding irregularities.
like for having one or
State Grant to Ubrary . ..! ! ! !. .. .5.552.00 Group Insurance . .303.40 the administration of the 7:30: p.m., in the County Itchg more pieces anyone of this "money"to

.. Bookmobile ' ' .3 RBR nn 4-H Program SuppliesandExpenaes . ,1,200.00Office estate of DOROTHY B. WHITE, Commission Room in the Bradford write him at P.O. Box 222
City Grant to Ubrary; . . : 706000: : Supplies 1,300.65Demonstration deceased. File Number 77383CP County Courthouse. At this NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO St. Louis Miss. 39520. Or
Federal Reimbursement Civil Defense ! .' ..11,166.i Materials and Supplies .250.00 is pending in the Circuit time all persons interested shall/ REGISTER if Bay you will bring the wooden

-'-,: Federal Revenue Sharing. . . . .195'ooo'oo Auto Allowance and Travel In-County . . . 3890.00 Court for Bradford County, be heard for or against the FICTITIOUS NAME moles to The Telegraph we
: : Insurance Agents License . . . . *45000 Auto Allowance: and Travel Out-County .40.00J Florida Probate Division, the proposal, as specified in the Pursuant to Section 865.09! will be glad to contact Mr.
; Mobile Home License . Conservation address of which is Zoning Code of Bradford
f .7100.00 Post Office Florida Statutes, notice i la Fletcher for you.
: ,... Alcoholic Beverage License . 2'l8900 Comprehensive-NCFRPC . . . . . 16800.00 Drawer B, Starke, Florida 32091. County. hereby given that the under
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.,1::+::j!. Mosquito Control State I .'. . is'ooo'oo Bradford Historical Society .5,000.00Referral The personal representative of A.R. Kiefer, Chairman signed Richard A. Jordan, P.O.

: Mosquito Control State II ' ' 210000 Services. .'... .-. . . .493.00 the estate is VICTOR WILDE Bradford County Zoning Board Box 1256, Starke, Florida 32091 444x I
::: : Contractors Registration . . . . :. :. ::400:00: TOTALAPPROPRIATIONS .926.750.00 whose address Is 5905 West L.M. Gaines Director and Joseph A. Jordan P.O. Don'I jump to conclusions
:.."';%.; State Revenue Sharing. . . .101.113.00 RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES: 12th Court, Hialeah Florida The Itpd 9/8 1479 Live Oak, Florida32060( iihoul your neighbors: If OOPin
Refund Ta>Homestead Exemption . . ..36215 00 COUNTY: 11,000.00; MVI 500.00 1 1,500.00 1 name and address of the per. doing business under the firm n member of the Teamsters

Occupational Licenses. . . 7'452'oO Property Appraiser sonal representative's attorneyare name of "JORDAN AGENCY Union don't a.sMime IIO'H the
Clerk ofCircuRCou.. ,4o'l97'oO Clerk of Circuit . . . .600.00 set forth below. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR AT STARKE 864 N. Temple, stereotyped truck driver A
City Grant Mosquito Control ! ! !' .5:000:00 TOTAL BU DGET.-. ..939,86ooO BRADFORD COUNTY Suite A, Starke, BradfordCounty leamster may In u* lender in I

City Reimbursement to Civil Defense . . . . 2500.00 All persons having claims or FLORIDA Florida, 32091, intendsto I the United Way climu.iiun. \ II
Rent . . . . . . . . . 144000 demands against the estate are CIVIL ACTION: register said fictitious name deacon in a church and a very
Zoning:: Unincorporated . . . . . . . 12000.00 GENERAL BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL AND EMT required WITHIN THREE Case No. 77-357 under the provisions of aforesaid (good neighbor,

Zoning: Incorporated . . . . . . . . .7.779.00 ESTIMATES OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF statute. + *
Motor Vehicle Inspection For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30 1978 THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF IN RE: The Marriage of Richard A. Jordan. ,Joseph A. When your rhild and u

Unincorporated . . . . . . . . . 17.580.00 TAXES "1.115 Mills on assessed valuation THIS NOTICE to file with the PETER SAMUEL ALOGMA, Jordan, owners. iiriulihor'H! child.' have u serious
Incorporated . . . . . . . . . 9420.00 of $137. 15.017. . .'. . . . . . 152995.00 clerk of the above court a Husband, Dated this 25th day of f quarrel| remember lh.il
Delinquent Fees . . . . . . . . . . TOTALESTIMATEDRECEIPTS152,995.00Miscellaneous written statement of any claim and August A.D. 1977 at Starke, the ncilh! bur .probably I IhinkH
Less 5% ... .-. . . . . . or demand they have. MARTHA GLADYS ALOGNA,
Revenue . . . . . 108300 7650.00 many Wife. Florida. (Ihal his child is rllht( also.
Additional Disability Exemption. . . . . ,' 4744.00 93(6 Of ESTIMATED RECEIPTS. 14534500 Each claim must be in writingand 8/25 4tpd 915NOTICE
'
Revenue From Surplus Property TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES . 145345.00 must indicate the basis for
.722.00 NOTICE OF SUIT
Child Support Enforcement Incentive . . . . .. .2,000.00 the claim, the name and addressof TO: PETER SAMUEL ALOGNA OF SHERIFF'S
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . 989.316.00 the creditor or his agent or C/O Mrs. Yvonne Alogna SALE LEGALScessful
Less 5% . . . . . . . . . . .49466.00 GENERAL BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL AND EMT attorney and the amount 182 Noble Street Notice is hereby given that I I.
99X OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . . .. .-00- Estimated Expenses : claimed. If the claim is not yet West Haven, Connecticut 06516 Dolph E. Reddish as sheriff of
151 LIQUID INVESTMENTS For The Fiscal Year Ending September, 1978 due the date when it will Bradford County Florida under bidder in writing. If not
(COST) . .. .. ... .. ...-
c0BredfadCounty Hospital and EMT . . . . become due shall be stated. If and by virtue of Writ of Execution corrected promptly the Contract
1980TRANSFERS) . . . .. . . '" . .-00- 14534500 YOU ARE HEREBY
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS TOTALAPPROPRIATIONS .145.345.00 the daim is contingent or unli to-wit: will be considered
AND BALANCES .
(mt II age Levied Last Year 3.021 Estimated This Year 3.527). )939.860.00 TOTALBUDGET: . . . " . .145.345.00 quidated, the nature of the Support NOTIFIED and that Child an action Custody for Execution Issued out of breached and the next bidder in
uncertainty shall be stated If the County Court of Bradford line will be notified.
Without Dissolution of Marriagehas
claim is secured, the security County, Florida pursuant to a
GENERAL FUND shall be described. The claimant been filed against you and Final Judgement for Town 5. The City reserves the rightto
ROAD& BRIDGE shall deliver sufficient copies of you are required to serve a copy Finance Company of Starke reject any and all bids.
of written defense if
ESTIMATED! EXPENSES the claim to the clerk to enable your any Florida and against Frank E. &
For the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1978 ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS the clerk to mail one copy to to it on RICHARD E. WELTY, Mary Gwen Dickinson defendants Bids must be turned into the
For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1978 each personal representative.All Attorney for Petitioner whose in the amount of $589.98 City Clerk by 8:00: p.m., Sept 14,

Board of County Commissioners Salary . . . .$32,810.00 TAXES 1.118 Mills on assessed valuation persons interested in the address is 114 Box N. Walnut 995 Street and Interest together with costs 1977. All bids must be sealed
Post Office Starke
Other Personal Services. . . . . . . . 12,340.78Matching of $137,215,017. estate to whom a copy of this and file the of collection. and will be opened at the regular
Fund RET/FICA . . . . . . . 8612.00 GuaearidMotmploymentGrent 15,300.00 Notice of Administration has original Florida with 32091 the Clerk of the Have seized and have in my City Council Meeting Sept. 14,

Group Insurance . . . . . . . . 8704.89 i been mailed are required Court before possession the following described 1977.
: above-styled on or
Workman Compensation . . . . . . .. 5000.00 PourOverut WITHIN THREE MONTHS 26 1977 otherwise personal property to-wit:
Unemployment Compensation . . . . . . 2000.00 Reimbursement City Temple Avenue FROM THE DATE OF THE September be entered a 1966 Plymouth, 4 dr Sedan MARY LEE ALLEN City Clerk.
Miscellaneous Supplies/Expenses . . . . . 7146.89 Surplus Gas Tax .13550.00 FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS against Judgment may for the relief I.D. No. RL41B67293421Tag. 9/1 2tchg 9/8

Auto Allowance and Travel I . . . . . . "2,669.52Insurance Dump Permits.250000 NOTICE to file any objections demanded you In the Petition. No. 11-38591
and Bonds . . . . . . . .20,000.00Subscriptions TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . 474o75oO| ] they may have that challengethe WITNESS my hand and the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
'. 1000.00 Less 5% .23 704.00 validity of the decedent'swill As the property of the above EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
-
" " " " seal of the said Court the
;:'. Advertising': . . . " " " 500.00 95% OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . .450.371.00 the qualifications of the 22nd day of August, 1977.on named defendant and that on FLORIDA IN AND FOR
.' Communication: . .. . . . . . 12000.00 BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH . .11.761.50 1 personal representative, or the GILBERT S. BROWNAS Monday, the 19th day of BRADFORD COUNTY.
Maintenance Equipment .6,000.00North TRANSFERS 10866250 venue or j jurisdiction of the September, 1977 at twelve CIVIL ACTION
: " " " CLERK OF THE SAID
Central Florida Regional Planning . . . ; .2,428.00 TOTALESTIMATEDRECEIPTSBIACE..570,796.00 court. COURTBy o'clock Noon on said day on the CASE NO. 77-366

;. New Equipment $100.00 or More . .. . .,. . . .4,728.34Land ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS premises of the Bradford County RONALD J. BIRT Husband
. . . . . . .. . . . .. .7000.00 ROAD & BRIDGE AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO ; Beulah M. Moody, Deputy Jail I will offer for sale and sell Plaintiff
: County Attorney and Discharge Fee . . . . .5,000.00County FILED WILL BE FOREVER Clerk. to the highest bidder for cash in vs

: Attorney Retainer Fee . . . . . . 2425.00 BARRED. 8/25 4tchg 915REQUEST hand the above described KATHERINE A. BIRT Wrfe,
ESTIMATED! EXPENSESFor
Date of the first publication of property of said defendant to
.'. PROPERTY APPRAISER the Fiscal Year Ending September 30 1978Salaries this Notice of Administration: ''t. satisfy the aforesaid Execution. Defendant 1

,. Property Appraiser Salary . .. . . . . .. .18,739.00Salaries Other Personal.Services ..... ..180566.00, September 1, 1977.' FOR BIDS NOTICE OF SUIT
and Wages/Other Employees . . . ... .49,907.65Salaries VICTOR WILDE Pursuant to section 274.06. Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff ., NO PROPERTYTO
1 Nonpayroll . . . . . . . . 400.00 Matching Oil & .26,814.00Gas As' Personal : Representative Florida -Statutes- the--Bradford e., Bradford County, Florida : KATHERINE A. BIRT:
,
Matching Cost RET/FICA . . . . . . . 10,194.03Group MatenialaForUpkeep R&B . . . . . . 25000.00 the Estate of DOROTHY B. County School Board does YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
Insurance . .. . . . . . . 2400.00 Miscellaneous Supplies & Expenses . . . . 3000.00 WHITE, Deceased. hereby request sealed bids on 8/254tchg 9/15 an action for Dissolution of
Mscellaneous Supplies and Expenses . . . . 11625.00 Small Tools Under $25.00 (ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL the following piece of Marriage has been filed againstyou

Office Supplies . . . . . . . . 1250.00 Road Tax Due Municipalities . . . . . . 11215.00 REPRESENTATIVE: equipment: UniversallSpartacus| NOTICE Katherine A. Birt 4125
Travel . . . . . . 15 Station St.
: Auto Allowance and 5000.00 Insurance, Fleet W. Comp. Health . . . . 30000.00 Paul D. Newell Weathers Salem Oregon,
-.: Capital Outlay-Equipment . . . . . . . 350.00 Maintenance County Barn.8,500.00 Post Office Box 654 Weightlifting Machine: J.R. Wainwright has made 97308 and you are required to
. . . . 1. Condition of equipment -
: Tax Collector-Fees and Commission. 81,000.00 Equipment.70,000.00 Keystone Heights Florida 32656 application to the BradfordCounty serve a copy of your written

.,' Maintenance Of Equipment Tires Parts, .40,000.00RW 'Telephone: ((9041) 473-4928 2.Poor Originial Cost $3030.00 Zoning Board for r defenses if any to it, on theplaintiff's

:.+ CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Paving Recording Easements . . . . 4000.00 '9/1'' / 2tchg 9/8/ reclassification of the property attorney whose name
.; Clerk, Salary . . . . . . . . 21156.00 Maintenance of Secondary Roads . 125000.00 3. Equipment ins pection described below from EA to R1A and address isGeorge
:> Clerk Assistants Salaries . . . . . . . 77244.00 EEA Grant For ." " located 2 miles East of Starke off H. Pierce,
: Expenses Other Than Salaries .'. . . . . . 31000.00 TOTALAPPROPRIATIONS Transfer to Road and Bridge Fund . . . . 108662.50 1 the South side of Hwy. 16 120 P.O. Drawer 1030
.'r:, Equipment . . . . . . . . 1000.00 RESERVEFORCONTINGENCIES.1,400.00.569,395.00 Transfer to Fine and Forfeiture Fund . . . . 29000.00 acres in Section 25, Township 6 Starke Florida 32091
;:' . . . . . 223250.00
: TOTALAPPROPRIATIONS and file the with the
TOTALBUDGET: . . . . . . . 570795.00 South Range 22 East to allow original
.--:. SUPERVISOR OF ELECTION TOTAL BUDGET. . . . . . . . 223250.00 the sale of lots for homesites. clerk of the above styled courton

Supervisor Election, Salary . . . . . . 12816.00 This change in classification is or before October 31, 1977:
Salary, Supervisor Assistant . . . . . . 5418.00 FINE & FORFEITURE HEALTH FUNDESTIMATE subject to a public hearing to be otherwise a judgement may be
:. Salary Nonpayroll . . . . . . . . 1200.00 held on Tuesday, September, entered against you for the relief

:'r Matching Cost RET/FICA . . . . . . 2708.00 ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTSFor 1977 at 7:30: p.m., in the County demanded in the complaint or
: Group Insurance . . . . . . . . . 55.00 Commission Room in the Brad- petition.
For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30,.1978 the Fiscal Year Ending September 30,1978
:f.: Mscellaneous Supplies and Expenses . . . . 1208.54 ford County Courthouse. At this WITNESS my hand and the
1.491 assessed valuationof
TAXES assessed
valuation Mills
:; . . . . . . . on TAXES .325 on seal of said Court on August 26
Office Supplies . 1500.00
of $137,215,0171lls.204588.00 137215.017 . . . . . . . . ..44.596.00TOTAL time all persons interested shall
: Auto Allowance and Travel . . . . . . . 150.00 Fines and BondsIncorporated ESTIMATED RECEIPTS. . . . .. 44,595.00 be heard for or against the 1977.
: . . . . . . . GILBERT S. BROWN As Clerk
; Election Expenses 4000.00 .. .. ,'w''! Lass . . . . . . . . . . 2230.00 proposal as specified in the of said Court

COURTHOUSE Unincorporated . . . . . . :. . 70450.00 95% OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . . ?< ..00g Zoning Code of Bradford By: Beulah M. Moody As
: -.CaviIFees I . . V TOTALESTIMATEDRECEIPTSANDBALANCES..42,366.00HEALTH County.
.: Salaries Custodians . . . . . . . . 15,527.00 .5,500.00 A.R. Kiefer, Chairman Deputy Clerk,
-Violent .
1404.00
:. . . ?_ 9/1 4tchg 922NOTICE
Maintenance of Building and Grounds . 4,500.00Utilities Bradford County Board
Physician Fees t": .. 7V1 t .1980.00 Zoning
:: and Fuel . . . . . . . . .. 16,255.35Other Inquest FUND Itpd 9/8
; Miscellaneous .
:
: Administrative Buildings 4100.00
" " "
(Milage last .849 Estimated This Year 1.491)
.year OF INTENTIONTO
:: of Chamber of Commerce 6500.00 ESTIMATED EXPENSESFor
:: .290,014.00: the Fiscal Year Ending! September 30 1978 CALL FOR BIDS REGISTER
:: : .Sent to State Board of Health Under Chapter Sealed bids will be received by FICTITIOUS NAME

:. Veteran Service Officer Salary " " 4064.00 95(, OF ESTIMATED .275,513.30BALANCES 154.02 Florida Statutes . . . . . . 42,365.00 the City Council of the City of
:: Miscellaneous Supplies and Expenses . . . . .. .10.00 TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH TOTALAPPROPRIATIONS . . . . . 42,365.00. Hampton, Fla. until 8.00 p.m. Pursuant to Section 865.09
.: Postage . . . . . . . . . 40.00 TRANSFERS . ..29.000.00TOTAL TOTAL BUDGET. . . . .. . . . 42365.00 September 14 1977, at which Florida Statutes notice ishereby
: Auto Allowance and Travel . . . . . .. 400.00 ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES . 304513.30 time and place all bids receivedwill given that the undersigned
be and read
opened
publicly
Donald Hurst, P.O. Box 187
SINKING RESERVEESTIMATL aloud on the following item:
FIRE DEPARTMENTS
Whitehouse Florida 32220,
FINE & FORFEITURE
v Bradford County Volunteer . . . . . . .. .9,000.00Restrictions Persons to check for decayed doing business under the firm
;j; -Theressa Volunteer . . . . . .. 2000.00 OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTSFor limbs and trim large oak trees. name of "RIGHT-WAY OF'
t i::: Lawtey Volunteer . . . . . . . . 4500.00 ESTIMATED EXPENSES the Fiscal Year Ending September 30 1978 The City Council reserves the FLORIDA P.O. Box 187
Restrictions-Hampton Volunteer . . . . . 4100.00 State Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1978 Permanent Transfer from Building Reserve . . . 85588.00 right to accept or reject any or all Whitehouse Florida 32220

}. Starke . . . . . . . . . 8700.00 Supplement Attorney .4,000.00 Interest on Investment in C.D. 74259.00 X 6% . . .4455.00 bids. intends to register said fictitious
:;: Brooker Volunteer . . .. . . .. . . .. '.,... Supplement Public .2,499 80 ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . . 90043.00 City Council name under the provisions of j
: Witness and Jury Fees ..3.716.50p' . . .. . .. .74.259.00 The City of Hampton
Fire Control Services Contribution . . . . . .7,011.51 151 LIQUID INVESTMENTS (Cost) aforesaid statute.
..: Other Court Costs. . .-,.. H. ... 20000.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES . 164,302.00 ByMary: Lee Allen, Donald Hurst
Maintenance County Jail .1200.00 City perk.912tchg. owner.
ZONING" Dated this 18th of
day August
: Zoning Salaries . . . . . .. . . . ..29,144.00 Inquest for Physician Fees SINKING RESERVEESTIMATED 98NOTICE A.D. 1977 at Starke Florida.

Zoning Non Payroll . . . . . . . . 300.00 8/18 4tpd 9/8 1
Matching Cost RET/FICA . . . . . . 4328.00 SHERIFF OF INTENTIONTO
Group Insurance .1,1.40 Sheriff Salary .21,161.00 EXPENSES TAKE BIDS

Miscellaneous Supplies/Expenses . . . . .. 200.00 Sheriff DeputiesandAssistants..125.74800 For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30,1978 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat NOTICE
'; Office Supplies . . . . . . . . .. '808.00 Rnirett:.>artt Social Security and Other Benefits . . 30310.00 Retirement of Bonds Courthouse Issue. . . . .. .30.000.00 the City of Hampton, t
;. Auto Allowance and Travel-Inspector . . . .. .3,200.00 Expense Other than Salaries Retirement of Bonds Solid Waste Disposal Issue.. Florida will accept sealed bids Julius D. Eunice will not be
:. Auto Allowance and Travel-Director .. . . .. .500'00 Investigations .. .3,63.3Attorney Interest on Bonds Courthouse Issue . . . .. .35.588.00 for the collection of garbage and responsible debts incurred by
'.; Fees and Discharge .... . . . . ..2000.00 Equipment .1 < .. ?. . . 19100.00 Interest on Bonds Solid Waste Disposal Issue . ...10.000.00 trash.The Contract awarded will anyone other than myself.
::1 Capital Outlay Equipment . . . . .'. . . .400.00 RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES:. . 296013.30 Printing of Coupons. . . . . . . . ". .75.00 be for the term Oct. 1, 1977, Julius D. Eunice
SHERIFF ((10< 6 of Total Budget) .."... . . 1000.00 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS. . . . . . ., 85663.00 through' September 30, 1978. 210 N. St. Clair St.
Other. . . . .
'.% MOTOR VEHICLE INS. CTION i . 7500.00 RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE CARRIED FOR- The Contract will provide the Starke Fla. 32091

:+: Salary Motor Vehicle Inspection . . . . . 1S.803.00 TOTALBUDGET: WARD . . ' ' . . . . : ..73,639.00 following conditions:
'..: Group Insurance . . . . . . .. . .. 700.00 TOTAL BUDGET! . . . . . .. . . i64.3ca.oo 8/18/ 4tchg 9/8

,.; Matching RET/FICA. . . . . . . '' .' 2346.50 LAW LIBRARY FUND 1. Garbage must be picked up
..; Mscellaneous Supplies and Expenses . .; . ., .5,190.00Auto once per week on the day set by

:r.h Allowance and Travel .. . .. .. .. . .. . 100.00 ESTIMATE OF REVENUES CAPITAL OUTLAYESTIMATE the Sanitation Committee and NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
,', AND RECEIPTS the successful bidder. In case of REGISTER
CIVIL DEFENSE For the FIScal Year Ending September 30. 1978 OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS rain, the garbage will be pickedup FICTITIOUSNAME
... . . .. .?.. ...., Filing Fees Ordinance 73-2 County _, ... 1.55000 For Interest Certificate
Salary, Civil Defense. . . .." . ., the Fiscal Year Ending September 30,1978 on on the next working day. Pursuant to( Section 86509
: MatchirgCost-RET/FICA. . . . . . .. .. 2545.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS .1 150.3. ( of Deposit 175,000X6! . ". . . .. .. ,. .. ,. .10500.00 2. Only garbage In plastic Florida Statutes notice is hereby I
Group Insurance . . . ... .. .. . > .. ..... "700.00 Less 5% .. 7750 Interim Financing on Solid Waste Project ... .. .. .. .. ..44,000.00TOTAL garbage bags will be picked up. given that the undersigned
J Materials(Construction or Maintenance) ... . .... .. .6,926.00Miscellaneous 95!%! OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . .V472'sO ESTIMATED RECEIPTS. . . .. .. . .. .54.500.00LESS5 All l containers must be set in the Walter & Dianne. Westcolt KOA
Supplies and Expenses . .. .. -. ., 5498.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES .. 1472.50 1 *, . . . . . . ., . .. . 2725.00 driveway or some other conven- P.O. Box 173 i
Office Supplies . . .. .. .. . .N. .. .'.250.00. 95%! OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . .. ... .. ... . .. 51775.00 ient place near the roadway. Starke Campground Florida. 32091. doing,
: Demonstration Materials; i and;. Supplies .. .. .. .. .. .. 250.00 BUILDING RESERVE BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH... ... 2S.OOO.UO business under the firm name of
: Auto Allowance and Travel . .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. 750.00 151 LIQUID INVESTMENTS (Cost) . .. .. .. .. .. 175000.00 3. Trash (limbs, old tires, "HAPPY HOE FARMS"
: : Insurance Bonds . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .fSO-OO ESTIMATE REVENUES AND TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES ... ,.251775.00 leaves etc.) will be picked up Crawford & Starling' Rd.
= Capital Outlay-Modulator Monitor .. .. ... ',. -. .. .. .. ..1625.00 For the Fiscal Year RECEIPTS once per week as arranged by ftt.rke. Bradford County.
Ending
1; Control Breakdown . . .. *.." .. .. ... .. 63675.00 September 30, 1978 CAPITAL OUTLAYESTIMATED the successful bidder and the
Mosquito Racing Monies . ... . .. . . 22325000 Honda. 32091. Intends to
.. . ... ....
MntalHealth-Contributxin. .. d. *" .36,000.00Tubercular TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND Sanitation Committee. AN limb register said fictitious name
; Care . .. .. .. .. .. .. \..... .. .250.00 BALANCES . 223250.00 cut to a maximum of four feet In under the provisions of aforesaid
; Welfare Pauper Burials : : : : : :: :. ... .. .. .... ...fi.. .. 900.0O EXPENSES length all trash must be placed statute .
: Welfare: Medicine/Doctors .. . .. .,, ..r'. .1. ....3.500.00 BUILDING RESERVE For the Fiscal Year Ending September 30,1978 by the side of the road. Walter & Dianne Weitcott
,
b Future Construction Chapter 129.021641.( ) . .. .. 207,775.00
Incompetoncy Hearing .. . '.. ivf, <. u1'!&!t..l. .500.00 .. owners. "
. 44000.00
c . .. .. .... .. .... ..18.313.00 Completion of Solid Waste Project. ,
1H' Medicaid* Hospital . . ESTIMATED EXPENSES TOTALAPPROPRIATIONS .. .. .. ...251.775.00 4. If the job to not done satisfactorily Dated this 'seventh dey' d
!;: MedlcakJ- Nursing Home. . ... w. .. .-.". ..--..l-21.6.00 For the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1978 TOTAL BUDGET . .". .. ... ". .251.775.00 the Sanitation July, A.D. 1977' /.' StwkeFlorid. 1
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Community Service Aged { -.3,984.00 Transfer Sinking Reserve Fund .'. *., .. .85,587.50 Committee will warn the sue* .. 8/25 4tPd ')1/15 "

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I Puppet Show Draws Rave Reviews As Kids Enjoy Library :Production I....

1t Todd said he was looking fora The premiere featured A crowd of nearly 100 pre help from his family and Mullins and Lila Ray Yawn
project to do when library "Boy Meets Girl" a story of schoolers were spellbound by friends on the Community also helped with the stage and
director Dan Smith suggested two newborns trying to guess the show the previous Friday, Service Project. Todd's father handling the puppets
A the theater. their sex and "The Wumpus"a August 26. The only interrup-- and mother John and Verna Dan Smith said at the pre
I''s' .
N I 1 Ir "We'd put on about five marionette show about a tions being' several 'HI. and his brother and sister, sent there are no shows
shows last year but all we had "bad" monster who turns out Grover's" during the opening Dirk and canaball helped. scheduled for the stage but
for a stage was a box on a not to be so bad after all. show. Todd attending there will be shows plannedfor
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y" y table Smith said.TOdd Florida Southern In Lakelandthis the future.The theatre will
said he had no ex Both shows were producedby While Todd Schmidt put in fall.Betsy. be on display the week of Sept '
rArb perience with puppets but said the girl scouts with "The many hours of work on the Yawn Willie Vogeny, 12-17 and will remain a per
he did like to build things so he Wumpus" featuring hand Imaglnarium, he received Irene Wainwright Patty manent part of the library
decided to give the project a made marionettes and "Boy
try. Meets Girl" ,featuring two
"I was supposed to put in a Muppet Grover puppets.
minimum of 60 hours for the Nine students from Mrs REGISTER L. P.. GAS CO.
project and I ended up with Anna Clayton's middle school
over 200 hours," Todd said. class enjoyed the presentation
Middle schoolers Sharon The stage Is a far cry from a Friday September 1. After G !f REGISTER OIL CO. (A
Hodge Ruby Elmore Corby box on a table. It is built so out the front show to the meet puppeteers the audienceand came 308 S. Thompson St. Starke Fla. 964-5888 '
tlroonie and Terry Albert shows can be given with either oil rY..l ip ass
let them handle the hand
hand or marionettes,
show examine Friday puppets, September following 2,the at and has puppets lights and curtains. puppets and marionettes. Now Serving This Area With LP Gas Cylinder & Delivery/ Service ,

1y 1''y the library. SusieLott Heads Hampton CampaignMrs. And A Cash & Carry Dock . I '-

y1 While the white ties and WE CAN FILL YOUR 20-30-100 Lb. TANK AT A SPECIAL LOW PRICE
tails of a hollywood premierewere Susie' Lott will lead bronchiectasis, said Mrs.
missing the crowd still local volunteers. Hamptonin Lott AT OUR BULK PLANT. .
; gave rave reviews to the organizing a Door-Door Approximately one of every You Will Receive The Same Prompt Delivery Of L.P. Gas That We Have Offered With
opening of the "Imaginarium Campaign in September.The 1,500 babies is born with
puppet theater at the Bradford funds raised during the Cystic Fibrosis which is still Fuel Oil For Over 40 Years
County Library campaign will go to support incurable. CF is inherited
For All Your Fuel Needs
The theater was built as a research and care programsfor when both parents carry the
public service project by Todd children affected by lung- recessive gene for CF. It is Kerosene No. 2 Fuel Oil LP Gas
4 Schmidt as part of the work damaging diseases like Cystic believed that one in twenty
kl. Scout.required for an Eagle Badge chronic Fibrosis, bronchitis severe asthma, and, persons gene. and carries of this Call Register Oil & Gas 964-5888

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Junes ll"xli| <>s examines puppet held b\ Irene \\aiuwiinlit, 22 CAL. LONG RIFLE make T.G.&Y.
behind is i link\ Si-hniiiU.\ The 11MS students are in :11's.nlla HELLS "TO
('i\lax ton's and also the
l room were accompanied: lu library by '
Box of 50. V ',b
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The Magic Needle NYLON 66 AUTOMATIC 22 CAL. RIFLE

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L I, Starke -- 5498 ---4 _l, stock and forearm. Holds 14 long rifle cartridges. 64.9 7

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MODEL 700 ADL 'BOLT ACTION RIFLE '
Starke, B!'allr-:rd County, Florida g'
3006 Deluxe bolt action. game rifle. .
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BALLOT __..SMODEL 1100-AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN-PLAIN BARREL r1:
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Star! *, Bradford County, Florida #6934/30/46/48 l'r' // '

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Starke, Rradlforrl County Florida"ptt'mnt'r _=_ MODEL 336C LEVER ACTION

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__ Lever action 30/30. side ejection, gold
plated steel trigger
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scroll 28" barrel. Full chokes
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COMMISSIONER: (;IWUP()
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for'Two Year!* Vote For One Tan vinyl with embossed saddle ana
tip. soft rubber; tipped molded handle,
EDWARD N. GREEN I tt family centers full length zipper.; i


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