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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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97th Year Starke,Florida 13 Cents
46th Issue Thursday June,1976 Copy

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DOUBLE TAXATION OUTLAWED






City County Might Share '



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"We've tried to make the county sound like a nasty name,"
City Commissioner Vernon Silcox said Tuesday night as a new
era of cooperation rather than antagonism seemed to be dawn.
ing as a result of a recent Supreme Court decision outlawing BHS Bid Award Expected ::
"double taxation" of city residents.:

: "We won't have any city ad valorem tax and county ad '""
r valorem tax three years from now," Silcox said. "We're going ;
t A. to have just one ad valorem tax, and we're going to have to sit 'j'

f down with the County Commission and work this thing out." School Board j'
,' Silcox predicted that the city and the county must start con Today By 1

solidating some services in order to keep taxes at a level that _... -
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property owners can afford to
pay.
4 Bradford school officials Eddie Douglas said. These only the cafeteria and auditor-
....- County Zoning Director. and Gaines attended the meeting anticipate accepting a bid for state funds are earmarked for ium not replaced.The .

'..... Planning Coordinator L.M. Jo.. point out benefits of construction of phases and 5 capital outlay, and part of the board has not recently
'..- Gaines who has sometimes hav\, the city join with thecoutHy of Bradford High School today leftover funds will be used to discussed replacement of the
.._ met a cool reception when in a state-mandated (Thursday, June 3)) at 5 p m., build relocatable classroomsat final two buildings at the high :
suggesting the benefits of city- comprehensive planning program the apparent low bidder being three elementary schools. A school, but a cafeteria may be .

county cooperation in zoning which must be com Music and Worth Construction state survey team, which for in the next item to be considered ,
Cucumber must pass through five sizing grades and two USDA' quality grades before they are and planning efforts, found a pleted by 1979. Gaines said Company of Live Oak. merly disapproved using .
marketed. Eager hands grasp the right cucumber as belts convey the vegetables from crate to more receptive audience that total cost of the joint city- When bids were opened May these funds for the elementary
package. Tuesday night. county plan would be $37,000 if 27, the Music and Worth bid classrooms completed a spot .I I
drafted by the North Florida fell about 17 percent below the survey last week and found it .

Regional Planning Council. Of architect's estimated cost of appropriate to use capital out
this amount, $10,600 would be construction. The Live Oak lay funds for this project. Cyclist
f the city's share. If the city company bid $743,000 to build
elected to do its plan the approximately 25,000 Music and Worth under bid

.tL separately, the cost would be square feet of phases IV and V the nearest competitor, :'
, $12,900 Gaines said. of the school. Phase IV will Blosam Contractors of Jack

In addition to the lower cost, include space for exceptional sonville, by $49,662 for con.struction Killed
j there would be other benefits education, industrial arts shop at the high school.
from a joint city-county plan, and agriculture classes and Highest bid received for the
, Gaines said, pointing out that shop. Phase V will house home two new buildings was
t the city is a part of the county economics and business education $917,112 presented by Ajax By CarA
and that an overall plan wouldbe Construction Inc. of Ocala.
more workable than separ- Architect Craig Salley, who Triest Construction of Keystone
ate programs. Other expected bids to come in Heights bid $823,335, Bradford County Emergency
municipalities in the county- around $820,000( completed Piedmont Construction of Medical Techniciandied

I II I Lawtey, Brooker, and Hamp-- plans for the buildings after he Vadalia, Ga., bid $910,500 and Saturday afternoon May
tonhave designated the was hired in June 1975 by the Amos Construction of Valdosta 29, when struck by a vehicle
County Zoning Board as their school board to replace architect Ga., bid $876,312 to making a left lurn from Sit-
: planning Don Morgan. Morgan complete the two new phasesof 230 onto Parker Street
: ) Mayor Commissioner designed the first three phasesof BHS. James Earl Kigby. 27, was
Charles Schaefer appointed the high school which were riding his Honda SIlO motorcycle -
w Harold f Epps to meet withnZSfctesentatives completed in 1970, 1971 and Complete rebuilding of the east on SR-230) and tried i

of 1 North .173. .' ', '--' high school has been in. plans,..to .:":Uy.down"thv bikttpo? ,, ,.
Florida Regional Council and An estimated $1 i.1 million of the Bradford School Board avoid collision with an oniom- t

the County Commission to rests in savings to finance the since 1966. Completion of the ing vehicle turning left in front
explore the benefits and the building, business manager two new buildings will leave of him, according to Starke
mechanics of working up a Policeman George Kvddish

I 11T joint planning program. Former Principal Will SpeakAt The Honda never hit the car,

Epps had earlier in the which struck Kigby miduir
meeting stated his opinionthat with the front bumper,
the increase in paper BHS Commencement according to the report
Nellie Virginia Martinez\ 66.
work showered the
on city by Awards and diplomas will the New Bethel and Ebenezer driver of the 1970 Buick
state and federal
various be presented to 236 Bradford Baptist Churches in Starke. involved was nut injured in
made
ii i agencies the to hire it necessaryfor High School graduates at Following addresses by the the accident. A passenger,
city an employe
i commencement exercises valedictorian: of the class, Ethel Kaircloth. 79, ulso
relations director and
slated for 8 p.m. Friday June Teresa Devore, and co- escaped injury in the 12:25:
He said it had
planner. 11, at Bradford Memorial salutatorians Laura Kay pm accident. Mrs. Martinez
Brooker Market reached the that neitherthe
Handling clerk point commission Stadium. Thomas and Cynthia was charged with Improper
city nor Main speaker for the event Edwards, awards will be turning.
could read and
members will be Hugh B. Ingram, a presented by BHS principal Kigby died in the Rescue Ml
all
absorb the information
former BHS principal now Charles Francis. unit he had helped man for
received. with the Professional Diplomas will be presentedby three years en route to the
The suggestion of an additional Practices Council in Bradford Superintendent of Veterans Administration

Large Vegetable Harvest employe met a cool Tallahassee. Senior class Schools Richard Jockel.In Hospital in Gainesville. His
from CommissionerMarc
reception President Lewis Cooper will case of raincommencement brother Chuck, is a respiru-
Jackson who said. "We be mast er vt nl ceremonies I or exercises will I dry ..erapas t 411... .Dimiimu.__........
rant afford to hire a planner the evemng. be moved to the Bradford County Hospital Funeral sere

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::::: ::::,:::::::::: :.-' : :: ::,'o: BROOKER Increased dock with 42-45.000 pounds of 100 growers will bring produceto High auditorium and'ices were held Wednesday' in
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I i planting and more interest in various vegetables Shield the market each day, where i available. He said the county Devotional will be delivered graduates will be limited to Rigby's home town of Jelhco..

r I" farming has produced the said. Since the market opened 138 sets of hands are requiredto (See Page 6) by Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor of four guests each. Tenn.

r'M largest overall harvest of produce April 15, 460 laden tractor sort and package according
: : : in this area for several trailers have left for the to size and quality. By indus- BY LEGISLATURE

:$ years, causing the Brooker northern states, although VBJ try standards, there are no

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<::: almost round-the-clock schedule At least 90 percent of the area. Shield said
:r':::' d. Brooker Production at the Brooker Cost OfLivingSalarylncreasesFor
,,, .. = ., of packing and shipping produce leaving
.. to is around
-: : goes directly supermarket plant now starting 10
". : :' Martin Shield, buyer for Shield said.Brooker a m. and extending on till 1

if' THURSJUNE3. : : VBJ Packing which leases the like many north a m. utilizing two crews. As
i -- Brooker facility from April till Florida markets, thrives on the growing season winds
1 f CHAMBEROFCOMM'i"1 July, says that the market is the small farmer. As many as (See page 7) County Officials Terminated
BOARDOFGOVERNORS handling four times more pro- I
duce than last battling I I -
year,
Garden Restaurant :: both lowered prices and Automatic cost-of-livmg modest and do not jump salaries I. computing qualifying fees Commissioners $321.70;
! } IZilSp.m.: decay. I Will Run For I :salary increases for county lake the inflationary Currently, the qualifying fee School Board, $17860 ,'.
Recent rains have hurt the Casey Supt. ,officials will be terminated if cost.of-living index. for the various county offices The County Judge's I
FRIDAY. JUNE4' quality of cucumbers squash Qov. Reubin Askew signs a Qualifying fees for candidates are as follows: qualifying which is paid to
I ..!.- :. -- and beans coming through the Veteran Bradford educator superintendent, Casey beganhis bill passed by the Legislature running for these offices School Superintendent, the office of Secretary of I

GRADUATION I packing and shipping house, Tom Casey announced Tues career in 1949 as a teacherat I:this week eliminating a seven are based on five percent of $971.70; Clerk Circuit Court, State, Tallahassee, is 1300. ,
s,} Ip.m. s+ Shield says although not con day he plans to seek a third Lawtey Junior High From per cent increase scheduled to the base pay for the office, $871.70.; Property Appraiser, The qualifying period for
I
I : StadiumFRI.8SAT. $ siderably. Major problem at term as superintendent of 1953-59 he was teacher and begin: October 1. plus the population factor.The $871.70. Sheriff. $871.70; Tax county office begins at noon I
{s this point, is signs of decay in schools in which he will push assistant principal at Brad- federal index cost of living adjustment Collector, $721.70; Supervisor Tuesday, July 6, and closes at I
: :ij: the produce.As for increased emphasis on ford High; from 59-62 he was The legislative action would is not a factor in of Elections, $546.70; County noon Tuesday, July 20.
basic skills reading, writing principal at Southside Elementary I nullify a uniform pay bill,
:: __...JUJlE.il __ : thousands of cucumbers I
RUMMAGE SALE ;)::, rolled along belts for the and arithmetic. ; from 62-64 principal I passed in 1974 based on popu- Table showing increases in county office salaries since 1972-73:
at Bradford High, from 1964-72 lation of counties, and containing -
Methodist Church selection process by 17 sets of If elected to a third term as f
I Fellowship Hall :k hands Shield noted that only superintendent. Casey, now he was superintendent of I annual pay raises tiedto 1972-73 1775-76 Percentage
33 schools. He finished the 1973
:: Fri. 3.5 p.m. :: about three more weeks principal at Hampton Elementary I the Government's spiraling Salary Salary ol Increase
year as a teacher at Bradford I cost-of-living index.
Sat. 11-1 p.m. remain in the peak growing says he would work
:: for board Middle School and from 1973 School Superintendent 19,212 23.535 29% 1
k season, at which time VBJ a program of basic
SATURDAY. will further north skills at all levels. He would (See page 7)) Because of the speedy rate
, _..! :_ JUNEJRUMMAGE {11 move to Property Appraiser 11,000 21,113 92%
like of inflation, elected county
meet the peak season there. also to see a minimum I
, SALE level of basic skills requiredfor I officials received a statewide Clerk ol Court 11,000 21,113 92%

I Hwy 100*.5 miles f:: "It's( actually been a less graduation from high average 21 per cent pay boost Sheriff 69 I
12.000 20,258 %
south near airport than average year because of school. for the past two years with

8.Sp.m.Theressa ;:;: price. Overproduction has another 7 per cent scheduledto Tax Collector 11.000 17,480 59%
Fire Dept. ;: hurt us because of a limited "Tax dollars should be begin October 1. In Bradford
'.{ amount of sales," Shield said, spent where they can be the County the increases Supervisor Election 1,000 11.040 38% I

MONDAYJUNE7ELKSANDELKETTES although he admitted that most effective" in teaching at have averaged 62.5 per cent County Commissioner 3,919 4,517 64?
r .-------- cucumbers were a money- all levels, Casey says. since fiscal 197273, the last
$ making crop for larger "Discipline in the school year before the last law School Board 2,750 4.326 57%

Dinner 7 p.m. i growers this year. must be continually passed. The percentage of
Meeting 'p.m.Tupperwne Increase population has improved, enabling the increase has ranged from 29 The office of County Judge, under the new Judicial Reform Act, Is no longer classified asa
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Party been the rule rather than the teachers to do their job. per cent in the case of School c county office and was not subject to the automatic cost-of-livmg increase. Since Jan. I 1.

exception this year accordingto Casey would emphasizeA : Superintendent to 92 per cent 1975 the annual salary of this office has been changed by General Statute from $24,000 to
state market Bob for the office of County Property
THURSOAY JUNE 10BMS manager
..- .! :.: kindergarten program in 526,000.
Allen. Acreage the highest schools. Appraiser.
CHORUS CONCERT it's been in many years, and all-Students housed in safe, -(The Property Appraiser's salary Includes a $2,000supplement earned by qualifying as a

1 p.m. few growers have suffered comfortable buildings. The new act does not eliminate c certified appraiser).
50 cents adults heavy losses because of rain, -Continued development of salary increases based on
25 cents students he said. the area vocationaltechnicalcenter. population figures for officials
cwlJt :-,., Watermelons will be rolling Y who have not already reachedthe Chamber Hear Junior Achievement Program: Explanation
into the Brooker market In a -Continued maximum allowed by law
(Q Community! ; few weeks, Allen said, and development participationand of Santa Fe for the office held. Those still Gordon Lineberry, director Junior Achievement a anr Calf Scramble. The
BankT. ; quality is expected to be Community College. below the maximum includeCounCommissioners of a Jacksonville Junior community youth program cib. /eir-old Calf Scramble
&talr excellent.On and Achievement program will designed to teach youngster cane under attack at the last I

a heavy day at the A veteran of 27 years in the Tom Casey the office of sheriff. Population speak to the Starke-Bradford about business, is currently Board meeting, when
1..4 Up Brooker facility as many as Bradford school system as a ...plans to red office of superintendent increases in slow-growing Chamber of Commerce Board under consideration by the men.ners expressed hopes 4

I T. 120.000'":--:::::k:::*:::>>::-';:. 70 trucks leave the loading teacher, principal, and then of schools again. counties such as Bradford ares of Governors today board as a substitute for the that it -ould be abdl.hed




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Page TfoLI.:( Itu'1i June 3,1918

Cindy Mitchell, r 9fa Jfou* !

Jim Hardee "gg& 64.fide PI


Wedding June 12 I Wool :,

LARGE CHOICE The marriage of Cindy -----..----
Mitchell, daughter of Mr. and
Mitchell of Starke,
Mrs. J.F.
PLANTS and Jim Hardee, son of Rev. Jenny TomlinsonShower ia ,
and Mrs. A.G. Hardee of ,,ti r'pk .i
u
Madison, will take place HonoreeMiss r rT
AZALEAS $539 Saturday June 12,at 4 p.m. in '
tne First Baptist Church, Jenny Tomlinson, ', tti: .
Starke.All a t' ,' ''rCr
$4" bride-elect, was honored at a
LIGUSTRUM and relatives are
friends
bridal shower Saturday, May
Invited to attend the wedding 22 given by Mrs. Carolyn r rI
in the
VIBERNUM $4" and church reception Fellowship following Hall. T ;% Brown and Mrs.Joey Reese at ,
the home of the latter. ?
_
JUNIPER $4" ILEX $4" r, The refreshment table was !I
Susan Bean, centered with a natural straw r
basket filled with cauliflower r .
3" 54"WEED +
'.:ROSES SINENSIS Bob Edwards florets and mangos and
decorated with strawberry
,
GIVE w STOP PESTS Wedding June 26 1 -6' ). berry ribbons.ice Homemade cream was served.straw $

\ .. Easily WithFOGGER The sunporch was
Mrs. Patricia Bean decorated with hanging bas
\ DAD announces the engagementand i \, kets of flowers. The serving
The approaching marriage of table was covered with a +, ,
enuine\ her daughter, Susan Esther, strawberry tablecloth. >!
I to Robert (fBobl) Moore
e4 At points of interest in the .
.
Edwards: ,son of Mr. and Mrs. ,. "
g9 living room were
Kills Fleas and Other arrange
EATEREDGERMOWEFt :.; Exposed Household W.H. Edwards, Jr. of .I ments of roses and baby'sbreath. L r1 11h ? +. '

\>.. Pests Kingsley Lake. ft .- ........ I' tf ,
The will be ..
l wedding an -=- Fast & Easy ., 6 Oz. $181 event of June 26 at 2 p.m. in air and Mrs. Zedra Hamilton of Brooker at the celebration of attended between the hours guests 3 4 .
,;
Trimming .;4"Reg.2.29 1
the North Central Baptist their 50th wedding anniversary and 5 p.m. I
It's Amazing 14 Oz. $057 Church located at 404 N.W. The honoree and her
4.49 14th Ave. in Gainesville.All Mr. and Mrs Hamilton Honored mother, Airs J.E. Tomlinson,
Reg, friends and relatives are with
were presented daisy .
invited to attend.Sawyer With Golden with .
strawberry
Wedding Reception corsages
,-----, GIFT IDEA FOR DAD ribbons. The hostesses also .... .,
,
t
hliss'romlinson electric "
an
The sons, their wives, gave -
\ '( And We'll Take Any Mower In Trade grandchildren, and three can opener and knife

\ \ Regardless Of Condition f m ezjr and great-grandchildren Mrs. Zedra W. Hamilton of Mr. the sharpener occasion.as a memento of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Rivers


1 21" TORO s Wedding honored them Anniversary with a recap 50th Observe 50th Anniversary

tion on Sunday, May 30, from Magic Needle To
Bradford
1. I'." Precision EngineeringIs 2:30: to 4:30: p.m. at the Civic !Mr. and Mrs. George W. news in the County the
y I' Summer giving
I "I i,, Center in Worthington Hold NeedlepointShow Rivers of Graham celebratedtheir Telegraph of their
Yours With This Springs. 50th Wedding Anniversary following account
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aid_. Mr. and Mrs. Hamiltonwere Sunday afternoon with an wedding 50 years ago:
sws
-+-- ---- TORO June 10-13 "h1 r. George Rivers of
Rugged
SALE married on May 20, 1928 open house at their home in

Wlllli,,, ,, ,,,, ,f Model' 16169 in Ellenton, Fla. After resid Graham.Mr. Jacksonville and !Miss Ollie
: ,,, ing in the southern part of the The Magic Needle will and Mrs. Rivers were Kelly of the Brooker section
$13995 25% Off Of Any Item In Our Shop Just state for many years they pur celebrate its third birthday by married on May 27. 1926 at the were quietly married in

:..:r' Think A Tremendous On chased a farm and moved to having their second annual old courthouse in Starke. Theyresidl'd Starke last Thursday after
'"'" Savings Timely
is the oldest
5.,..y -. 'AV 1 I .. u- "\ ., 't, \.1 t.,!,',,;?,"", ,,:..1,""'" Limited the area west of Brooker with needlework show June 1013. for a number of yearsin noon. The of bride Rev. J.H. Kelly
DeHi-ctor. Bar VO:: v Offer Items While They Are In Season their twin sons, Thomas and Everyone is invited to bringa Jacksonville. returninglater daughter
James, in 1942. needlework entry to the shopat to Bradford County to and possesses a charming
Mrs. Hamilton is the former 1517 Bessent Road Starke, make their home in Graham. personality.
Dresses
Tank Tops Shorts Blouses Jewelryand
Elma Edward, of Brooker. by Wednesday, June 9. They started operating Rivers "Mr. Rivrs is the son of
Many Other Items This Is A One Time Approximately 273 relatives Judging will be held June 9. Store in 1943. retiring from the Mr. and Mrs. H.O. Rivers of
HAHN RIDERS and is a highly
$44995 friends, and neighbors Entries can be viewed June 10 business in 1971. Starke.
Sale Event enjoyed the afternoon of fellowship and 11 from 9 to 5, June 12 Serving as co-hostess at the respected young: man.
26" & 30" Cut 5 To 10 H.P. refreshments, and from 9 to 4 and on Sunday. open house was the Rivers' "Immediately after the
SALE ENDS entertainment provided by June 13, 1-4 p m. only daughter Selma Ellington ceremony the couple let tor
1 50Off The Crossroads Singers of Prizes will be awarded in of Graham. The Rivers Jacksonville where Mr.
FLORIDA \ Sat. EVE, June 5, 1976 Gainesville. knitting crochet crewel have three grandchildren and Rivers "holds a valued

embroidery needlepoint three great grandchildren.Grand position.
Es1 )GARDEN CENTER ,3SS CONVENIENT latch hook punch hook, etc. nieces of the Kixcr's
Wg LOMTROl J 539 E. Call|, St. BIRTHS Sweepstake prize for the A unique keepsake of :Mr.
best of show will be awarded and :Mrs. (Hivers is the original
Ca11964.5745Home 138 E. Call Mon thru Thurs. Sat. by votes of viewers clipping from the Brooker Shower Honoree
I Office: Gainesville Fla. Est. 1949 Also In: Ocala 9am 5:30: "I Dm9am6:00pm Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur W. Enter your favorite piece of
Starke Rogers of Raiford announce --------
I Crystal River & Palatka Lake City Staike Jacksonville needlework. :Airs Crawford
Wayne a
Travis Leon,
: Fridav the birth of a son, is welcome
ySt Augustine Tallahassee Everyone :'Irs.JB ( ud\\ ?
born May 25 at Lake Shore I'upt.iml In. recent bride was honored at a
Hospital in Lake City. The Jr. and daughter ur> Kurt Sill. bridal shower last Friday
f baby weighed 7 Ibs. 7 ounces. DL'PLICATEBRIUGF: 1 OkUi. spent the past 1 witkith given by the ladies of Iht-
Maternal grandparents are CLUB RESULTS: Ills parents. :Mr. and! Mr.: J B Graham; Baptist Church at the
SladeBargain Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ellingtonof Dr. and Mrs Jim iom\m at Lake Butler The church annex
Graham. Paternal grandparents Minesinger were the winning Irtt Tuvsil.iy for Kurt Konmnii. A green and yellow color:
are Mr. and Mrs. couple at Duplicate Bridge (la. fur "apt iMxhun's new motif was carried out in the
Willie Rogers of Raiford. Tuesday night. Jeff Wrenshall assignment decorations and table
Sale and Mmou Wainrightcre. appointments The
.
Days ---- second and Airs .J. Shawand Tilt S.inla Ko lake home refreshment table was
Mrs. S.W. Hamilton were )Hiiests over tin- It..lld.111.1. ) covered Ith a white brad.ll
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Craw third. weekend ul It.incU Chilly anilMr ; cloth decorated with little
ford of Hampton Lake : atul :Mrs rail HurM\\wo. bride dolls and centered with
announce the birth of a daughter ---- ---- Jnn llursl i>f l'rostprool.Andrew .. a ellow and white brid.il
Was A Tremendous Success Traci Micayle, born May I'nlrh.ird ot \\ca centerpiece.
24 in Alachua General Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Spongier I'alm Rcach'I'humds :Mathias :lira Tom Lefever
Hospital. Maternal grand visited their daughter Tampa\ mil :Michael Hnmn presided' at the punch bowl I
parents are Mrs. Betty W. Debbie at the University of of Orlando and l :'olrs.Ib'rl Spark.
Due To Popular Demand We Will ContinueOur Register and Freeman Regis West Florida from Sunday to served cake.lppruvimatcly
:Mr ..IIHIIrs
ter, Jr.Airs. Tuesday. : :Merrill :2.: !gur!*!'*
\\illianis rt'lul'lwdlunll.1: \ attended lift wren I the party
--- -----
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Waters from h'n l.i\s in :Mexico Pity hours.
Sale For Another Week. Grace Richardson of and daughter Deanna. visited and .\I'aplIl 'o.11"0.: Tlicxwore
? Largo was Monday visitor of Disney World and Sea World accompanied\ l h\ StateKami I
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson. from Monday to Wednesday Insurance ,agents IromJackson 1 Howard Osteens
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Mr. Raymond Crews Dishes (Bake Ware) / Ollie Brewton Beverage Set body-, for funeral the funeral.director will do everything in his power to IK- of acre ice to All Iho acct decorations data I by :Mr itndsonmu .

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I Starke Girl, 16 Enters 'I JO-KII _
/2eriona4 !(I'
I Ira Wells of Gulf Breeze
w I WM Members and their families
spent the weekend with Mrs.
Florida Princess
Pageant of SL Edwards! Catholic Wells and Mr and Mrs. Bar-
Mr and Mrs Don Harden
Church and St. Mary's Catha-
llI1 McRae. Mrs. Wells has
of Mr. I brook and Mr and Mrs. Joe tic ney
AM Ann Allen, daughter Church In Macclenny went been here the past three I!!
and Mrs. Robert E.,Allen, Jr., Bakken were fishing on the tubing on the Itchetucknee weeks during her mother, '
1 of Starke, will enter the Oklawaha River Memorial River on Sunday. Approxi- Mrs Mcltae's, illness.
Florida Princess Pageant In w Day mately 60 enjoyed the affair.
late July after placing In two
local Princess Pageants. David and Laura Jackson oC

Miss Allen, 16, was named Arlington, Texas arrived Sun
second runner up In day to spend the summer with THE Celebrates It's Third

competition at the Gainesville their father, Bill Jackson, and
r Mall and third In grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
runner-up MAGIC
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t r Birthday
r Daytona Beach during spring J.G. Jackson

Junior Women's Club newly Installed officers (I.r): Mrs. preliminary Contestants pageants., modeling Mrs J.W Kincaid and Mrs. NEEDLE NEEDLEWORK SHOW

Carolyn Autry, Mrs Linda Smith, Mrs. Chris Wilson, Mrs. Jan evening_ dress only, are O.L Beasley visited their sister .I

Norton, Mrs. Judy Dubs. judged on beauty, poise F\.L Mrs. C.C. Hoppe In .." .. JUNE 10-13
personality and modeling in Tampa from Thursday to

Junior Women's Club Holds the Princess Pageant. Four Monday. EVERYONE IS INVITEDI
divisions oC the state contest r.
will reveal a Teeny Princess, Alr and Mrs Robert Tanner ,
Installation Banquet May 8 .P Bring Your Needlework entry by
a Little Miss, a Junior Miss of Baldwin were Sunday visitors -
and a Miss Florida Princess of Mrs. J.11. Fields. Carolyn Henley 4 Wednesday June 9th .
TheJunior Woman's Club of Mrs. Pat Spengler pre- Julf 28-31.
Starke held Its annual May sented the officers with a I Miss Jean Mundy and Mrs Judging wlI, be on June 91h.
banquet and Installation of miniature American nag as a Sharon Sofford of Tallahassee Mark Hardenbrook
c.Uidoa..Know Entries con be viewed on June 1 10.11 I 1 12-13th
officers at the Garden Restaurant memento of the occasion. spent the weekend with Mrs
May 8 with all members Awards were given to Chris WB. Mundy at Kingsley Wedding July 2
and husbands Invited to Wilson for Woman of the Year T-Sgt. and Mrs Norman Lake PRIZES AWARDED IN KNITTING

attend and Joan Hall for president's Rigdon and family oC Seymour Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Henley CREWE CROCHETING NEEDLEPOINT
p Following steak dinner the choice. Johnson AFB, N.C will spend Mrs Rosa Lou Wainwright announce the engagement and AND EMBROIDERY
following officers were May 3 was the Junior the weekend with her parents, attended the Gainesville approaching marriage of their
installed: Mrs. Carolyn Autry, Woman's Club monthly meeting Mr and Mrs. George W. Christian Women's Club daughter, Carolyn Faye, to (SORRY CRAFTS ARE NOr ELIGiBLE) JJ J
president; Mrs. Linda Smith, which was discussed over Brown at Kingsley Lake brunch recently as guest of Mark Edward Hardenbrook,
first vice-president; Mrs dessert at the Garden Restau Mrs. Bonnie Underwood and son of 1\lr. and Mrs. Donald SWEEPSTAKE PRIZE FOR BEST OF
Chris Wilson, second vice. rant. Misses Kay Turner of Jacksonville Wanda lIandley or the Key- Hardenbrook, all of Starke.
president; Mrs. Jan Norton, At the close of the meeting a and Vickie Turner oC stone area. The wedding will SHOW I I J
secretary; Mrs Judy Dukes, surprise baby shower was Gainesville spent the long e1b take place July 2 in the First
treasurer. given for Mrs. Carolyn Autry weekend with their mother, Mr. and I\lrs. James L. United Methodist Church, NEEDLEWORK!
I ENTER YOUR FAVORITE PIECE OF
Mrs. Janet Turner. ?yN1i. Andrews attended the Fur- Starke.
man University commence Miss Henley attends
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson and Miss Ann Allen ments exercises in Greenville, Bradford High School. EVERYONE IS WelCOME

grandson, Eddie Schwab, of S.C. where their son, Jimmy Mr. lIardenbrook graduated

Gainesville spent the long prr..A/ Joe Andrews, received a B.S. from Bradford High School, The Magic Needle t
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weekend with Mr and Mrs. degree In Geology His sister, attended Santa Fe

Edward Schwab at Merritt Mrs. J.G. Caldwell has Joy Andrews, his grand- Community College and the 1517 Bessent Rd. 964-6300 964.5149'''
Island. mother Mrs. J.D Neill, his
returned from a month's visit University of Florida. I
aunt, Mrs Carl Higgs and
t
with her children, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs Douglas Bald- cousins Beth and Scott Higgs
Mrs. A.W. Anderson In Ventura -
win and family of Inverness of Independence, 1\10. and a
Cal. and !\Ir. and Mrs
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have moved back to Starke cousin, Glen Neill of Buffalo,
M.A. Garcia and In
and residing on SR-16. Mr. family Iowa attended the graduation Fabric Sale
Cal.
Baldwin Is supervisor for Camarillo They spent a also After a trip to the Smoky
weekend in Phoenix. Ariz
at Eastern Oil Co. Mountains, Charleston, S.C.
g x's Andrews visiting Mr.and and Mrs Leonard and Savannah, Ga they 1 st. Quality Burlington-
s b Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- baby daughter. returned to Starke where their

dale and grandson, Cody Mr and !\Irs. Charles guests will spend two weeks & Many More
Barksdale, have returned to with the Andrews. Klopman Many
Humboldt, Tenn after three Hardy, 1\lrs. Charles Francis
months at their home here. and Mrs. Robert !\Iilner, Jr. Miss Lillian Stump was In Name Brands Guaranteed
attended the wedding oC I
4r: Sandra and Samuel Martinsburg W. Va. Tuesday \ -
Mr and Mrs James Mon- Bagwell to Thursday to attend the funeral .
Jordan III In the First .
I
tuoro and daughter, Christie, of her aunt, IIIrs. Lillian
'
Church in Palatka
of Tampa are Tuesday and Baptist Harris, on Wednesday afternoon '
DOUBLE
Wednesday visitors of her Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. T-SHIRT I''
and Mrs. Milner
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mac (tardy
FIVE GENERATIONS. Baldwin.Mr. remained in Palatka Friday. Mr and Mrs. Obie Dobbs of MATERIAL KNIT
night and attended the birthday
Haines City were guests of
Five generations of the Moody family were represented at a and !\Irs. David Crow- dinner Saturday for Mrs.Hardy's I\1rs. Harvey Edwards, !\Irs. I
family reunion held !May 22 In lIazelhurst, Ga. (n.rIrs.I ) 1\Iillwr son of Smyrna Ga. were mother, Mrs G.E Homer Sterns and J\lr. and $49 $100.Ef! $98
('reamn of lIazelhunt, Mrs Willie of McGauley. All seven of Mrs.IcGauley's .
Moody, age 83 lIazel- weekend guests of his brother, Mrs. Tullie Norman from
hurst; :\lrs. !Dale (Connie) ClemonN, daughter; Alicia ('lemons Claude Crowson, at Bedford !\ children were. Thursday to Monday.Mr. Reg. & Up
6 months and James Creamer of Lawtey Lake. present for a weekend of visiting
including !\Irs. !Mary Fur-
and !\Irs. Gerald Nor-
Dr. 11.11. Adams attended a nas \Iassillon.! Ohio. man and children were visiting Complete Sewing Notion Line

/er9onal0 _____- ______ five day seminar on Family and Dennis Mr and I\lrs. Jimmy
Mr and Mrs Marlie San- Practice In Gainesville last DeVoe Victor of Moody Jacksonville Adams In Alachua on Sunday.

Mr and Mrs. Louin Red. derson of Tallahassee are. week. visiting Mr. and !\Irs. Guy are 640z. PEPSI R.C. & MEN(
ding with the Greyhound Bus moving 10 Starke thiS weekend Andrews al t Kingsley Lake J\lr. and Mrs. J.A. ERRers
and will reside at her parents Mrs. 11.G. Bollinger returned and children and N r. and Mrs. COKE
Club attended the Alhambra this week,
Saturday night from B.J of Jacksonville
home Eggers
l Dinner Theatre last .S G. Denmark's on
Tuesday E. Call Street while" Mr. San- two weeks visit with her son were Monday visitors of Mr Non Returnable 16 Oz.
night.Mr. derson is working In Jackson- in-law and daughter, I\lr. and Mrs Vaughn Willis and and Mrs. Tullie Norman
and Mrs. Charles ville this summer. Mr. and Mrs. William Breland, Ill and family of Orlando spent the Plus Tax $119
Parker and family of Miami Mrs. Denmark have moved to daughter In Glendale, Calif. weekend with her mother, r Mr and Mrs..Norman 79C i.
spent the weekend with Mrs. 420 N. Walnut Street, the and also visited Disneyland.Mrs. !\Irs. Edna Scott and Mr. and Walker of Gainesville were I; Tax & Deposit
Carolyn Iteodgraveand family. former Duncan home, which Mrs. Bruce Scott. They all Tuesday visitors of her grand-
they have purchased. Harry Mooty was visiting attended the Scott family parents, Mr and Mrs Barney
I\lrs. Jennie Henderson of her son-m-law and daughter reunion at the home of Mr. Me Hal'.
Allendale SC. and !\Ir. and -Mr. and Mrs Edward Lt. and Mrs. R.G Thorn- and Mrs. Hay Hooten in Pinehurst Grocery & Variety Store i
!\Irs. Millard Jones of Ridge. Starling and daughter and ton In Long Beach, Calif. the Gainesville on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W.A. McClane I
land. SC were weekend Mrs. Lucian Johns and daughter past two eeks." They spent a 1000 S, Water St.
guests of Mrs. Ewell Lawson. of .Jacksonville spent the weekend at Big Bear Moun- Mrs. Ma Ila, Walker of Sara. and baby daughter of Neptune
long weekend with Mrs. Maxie tain and also visited Disney sota is guest,: of I\lrs. Adolph Beach spent Memorial Day
with his parentsl\lr. and !Mrs.Ruston Located Across From Southside 'ementery' School 964-9935
llnd.II .
Hick Jackson was weekend Carter, Sr. Mrs. Johns and Gay for two weeks. McClane. I
guest of Mr and Mrs. Stanley daughter visited her father,
Merrill and daughter, 'lydie, Maxie Carter, Sr, who has ------ __
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THANK YOU NOTE past three weeks. 88" Tuxedo Sofa Bed
WI' would like to take this
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
opportunely to thank everyone Earn Your High School
for the kindnesses shown to us Williams and family of Keystone Diploma .
Heights and 11and: '-
during the loss of our loved --
Mrs Tommy Chastain of By Taking The GED Tests,
one.The Gainesville were Sunday --<-=
Family of Thelma\l! --
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Dyul evening supper guests oC Mr. Applications For The GED Tests k ) f
an Sirs. T.C Chastain. Fi ,
Are Being Taken At The Bradford-

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June 11 th From 8:30 A.M. To 4:00: P.M. RED -BLACK &

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PLANNED EXPENDITURES ANTICIPATING A GENERAL REVENUE

(CI) OPERATING SHARING PAYMENT OF $824A' I
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DECEMBER 3t, 1976. PLANS TO SPEND THESE FUNDS FOR THE PURPOSES Sofa Op.mn t!

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supporting documenla. a" open for publIC scrutiny 4 I pI

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I' HOUS'NG' S COM LEI ASSURANCES (R.Lr Instruction E) I .uun m. S.crol.ry bf In. Tnnury
MUNIT'I DEVELOPMENT S that the non d.crlmination and oduf Statutory regu/ram.nb/ Salad In Pan E of
y tn.Instruaaona accompanying this report will be compY.d wllh by thla racfpianl }Sw
.1:1: DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC S 9,: : > pov.rnment wI upec IM entltl.m.nt lunch r.ported h.r.on.TA .

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': utsiartidingFFA Members HonoredThursday .r




I'I I :,. Annual Awards BanquetFFA k rji1iFcg.-I "'


II ( members and their recognition ceremony. He also encouraging other FFA Peterson, L.M. Norman Joe LJ
parents recievrd and gave received a Star Chapter members to reach for this Harley and Kay Norman.Distinguished .
I recognition at (the annual "'a I ml.'r plaque along with honor, Hutchins told the service _
Bradford High Chapter of the* David Baldree. Baldree also gathered members to "set awards went to FFA( ,
I Future "'a rnlt'r's of America earned the forest your goals high, for this is the secretary Shirley Reddish and r }
banquet night May management proficiency greatest youth organization In Charles Blalock.* also by f
1:1.I' award plaque and the world today. Marr was a I Ir
Several outstanding 1'1i -',\ :agribusiness award. 1973 graduate of BUS and is Throughout the evening J
I'i members took home plaques Recipient of the Alvarez working with an festivities (FFA mottos were
: as 19 awards were presented ,Award presented for a fourth agriculturally related recited and remembered. One
l I following n chukrii dinner tear to honor outstanding chemical firm. of these obviously given in
I. served to about> 250 u,,-nth('t-s, leadership was Jeffery commemoration of award rak-
Zedra Hamilton received
II parents mill guests at the :Not; man president of the three Proficiency Award winners, was "without labor.
Starke Elementary: School Junior FFA chapter at BUS. neither knowledge nor
I auditorium Master of t\erett Haves received the livestock for crop poultry and wisdom can accomplish y rrr.A+'

I 1 ceremonies for the eveningwas Star Creenhand award for Trimm and production.Dennis Bennettwer' Bruce much" 1 w pItttfll
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FFA Senior I the most outstanding
I chapter >('illg honored
with
I president '1 11I11 my :Miller, who Itrst-yt'ar agriculture student. : The respect of those you
Proficiency Awards for public
led members and olficcis in respect is worth more than
describing I Itt, ideals, lund lion Jackie: Marr received speaking.By the applause of the
!'I / recognition for earning the vote of chapter multitude.
and of FFA
I goals: American Farmer Degree members lour people from -Arnold H. Glasow
Miller received the only the foul th such winner in the Starke community
I II Outstanding r.xluating; the 20 years BUS has had an received honorary Gossip unlike river water
,, Seniorwnril and agriculture! program. memberships tor their flows both ways.
'li.. Agricultui il Scii" \t\ i! durinthl', Iw hour,, i ul Iliitehins In They were James A (Random House> .. -, eta
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fi ESTABLISHED 19041Brotjhitl ,\uard-\\lnnin({ Bradford Future Farmers honored al |the|,
include l-r. front row: Ktrrrtt II.I,I".s.
annlla'; KK\ banquet
.'a'kipIarr: and /-i- V David,, i !( :
I t tI' ton Back row'Si'lrchapter: president Tommy :.Miller. l ,mis I

I'I'I I' ::: :Bennett Norman.; Bruce Trln.m and Junior. chapter president! .l.ffm



tLESrr OVER 150 STORES SERVING THE SOUTHEAST Camp Neyati Girl

JUNE IS I

I SERVICE Scout Day Camp Set

and Cadet Both Bradford and I moo
STORE Brownies'. Junior
R1)G
t' Girl Scouts will band togetherfor County girl scouts will,
+oe sa BEDDING MONTH a Neighborhood Fun Day participate in the da\ -
I activities, which begin ulam. ">
this Saturday, :May 15, at
II I Camp Neyali on Kingsley Activities will !Rive the
Lake to enjoy nature walks girls a taste of what to expo i
crafts games and swimming. Irom the :Neyati; Day Camp in,
be held this summer,
Badcocks according to troop Il'ad'r11': '-
I --AT
HIIS Cord n'nlt'n 1..luraIullins.: .
I I Plans are set unit
I' By 3 StudentsOne applications for the :Ney.iti'"
\ S
-lr rBrookwooct Day Camp are lie-ing acceptedby
J male and two female the Gateway Girl ScmiiCouncil.
t ww* juveniles were arrested and All girls ages li-17 .in
I' another male juvenile is being invited to attend the camp\
r sought in connection with the s'hl'dulfor\ August!! .' <,
JSil; beating of a Bradford High :Membership in Girl Scmitim:
coed last Friday afternoon at is not required.
the school. Activities in swimming' IIK
I III 4-c Starke police investigator and (crafts cookoutkit. *
George Thomasovitch said songs and games. hiking .m.'.'
L'
v _' that the four ganged up on the sports will be offered. I l-m. 1
) will
A customer yod+cts nlY coed. The three arrested juveniles more information
I lets P
our r.K
% ( die
comp that s0 have been charged with registering! for the day 1.1-" ,
c o a'w, 1 .
e o aggravated assault and contact I the (iiitewiiv i
I bell'9tr 1{ ba :{ 'e ,s your \\ 1eck r.oroMee turned over to juvenile autho- Scout Council Ser\ ice I' <.
r 'm lal nd cl 9 fof rities. They have also 1000 Shearer MiJacksonville. <
?Atha P chose deice, 0 ie; Thr s wntronrsbr ofi yerrcs k received 10 days suspensionfrom FI.. .32:!ir. iii i i3884tr >
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free I ,n.honw gvY school he said. ; 3.
norm h'dde ;
i mile' or oar CQRPORA110r
f'ers t
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I I M U$ i osfiuroncrn Thera oreho'' tha volye built BAOt t v Summer Job Open Juhn"ulIEurllo!

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'1 vl ,dear Badcockr a For Youngsters:,!:! St. Leo DrjiriM:,!: *

I r111i 14-21 Lee It. Johnson, -cm il;' 'I i
and :Mrs. It I. ./.InhiWii'Starke. i,(
,. t 11 f.1f1 ,I 'I Summer jobs are availablefor was aiming ','' I M.I.
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young people ages 14-21 duates to participate, in, ''hi.
through the Work Experience tenth annual comnn' "I'' ,m'
Program for the economically Saint Leo College1( "n" '

disadvantaged. :May 2.Johnson.
Queen sized Anyone interested or ix :!ding will r further information may f for> his. h.u-ln'
Slumberized Sleep Set 20% more space call 964.7103 or go by the officeon lor\s degree in rnmimilog\,
Edwards Road in the North in June
Florida Area Civil Defense
:' STOP BY YOUR NEAR-BY BADCOCK DEALER five inches longer Building.

r NOW! AND TRY OUT THESE MATTRESSES AND :Middle School

I SELECT THE ONE THAT SUITS YOUR SLEEPING COMFORT seven inches wider ;
bJ'lJou..Know Chorus To 1''I.rUI'1IIBradford ,

Heggie Flynn is home from :Middle School
4, \Medium Firm/ Sanford University. Birmingham Chorus will perform In
$5995 .And we'll convert Ala. for the summer. concert Thursday June \it l(>
.
; QUILTED QUEEN at 8 p.m. at the middle school
i Mrs R.O. Dansby visited gym.
TWIN SIZE EACH PIECE her mother :Mrs. Marvin Under the direction of
full
size bed
': MATTRESS OR FOUNDATION COMPARE S79.95 your to Andrews in Ozark Ala. last Mrs. Deborah Wood/in, the

11.. G1E FULL SIZE 53' a 75' i 69.95 each piece Compare 015 89.95 Tuesday to Thursday.Mr. middle school chorus will
I:' QUEEN SIZE SET 60' o80 5169.90 set Compare at $199.95 salute the bicentennial in
i KING SIZE SET 70 > 80 $269.85 set Compare at $309.95 Queen size FREE : and Mrs. J.T Lawson this third and final I concert of
I spent last Tuesday to Thursday the year. Admission for
with Mr. and Mrs. Henry adults will be 50 cents and 23!
when you buy the Graddick in Headland Ala. cents for students. Tickets

\, -. \ Firm may be purchased from any

; SLUMBER PIECESRQ95 bedding from Mr. and :Mrs Fred Field of door chorus member or at the
Tampa w ill be weekend guestsof
:Mr. and Mrs.
George B
ttaM.ilarf
ttof TWIN SIZE EACH 1904
MATTRESS OR FOUNDATION COMPARE $89.95 Flynn Jr. Kyle '\. hungerServices :,!:

FULL SIZE 53'a 75 $ 79.95 each piece Compare at $ 99.95 Mrs. E Montgomery: Jr.
QUEEN SIZE SET 60' .80 $139.90 tet Compare at $219.9C and two sons Kev. E.('. Montgomery : will be held Friday
: KING SIZE SET 76 x 80' $309.35 set. Compare at $349.85 Your full-size bed frame be Sr. James Mont. June, at 2 pm for Kyle I
can expanded -
I. gomery. :Mrs. George Oldham A. Lunger 76 of 723 :N;
t size and Mrs. Frederick Daniel of :McMahan: Street Starke. who
FirmSLUMBERPEDIC to without
\Extra / queen easily Lake City were Sunday dinner died Tuesday morning. June

k 87995MATTRESSOR extra cost. Because when you buy a guests of Mr. and Mrs. David 1. in Alachua General/ pllal
I Montgomery. in Gainesville following an ill
mattress and box spring set we'll ness of three months.
TWIN SIZE EACH PIECE Mrs. Nell McDonell and Born March 10 law! ) in Chen
FOUNDATION COMPARE J99".95 throw in $11.95 worth of adapter sons. Rob and C.R., of Tampa ter. New Jersey :Mr Lunger
FULL SIZE 53'ii 75' S 89.95 each piere" Compare at $109.95 visited Mr. and Mrs. R P. moved from New Jersey to
f' i OUEENSIZE SET 60' 80' S209.90tet Compare at $239.95 rails FREE Me tendon on Sunday and Starke in August 1971. //II' was
KING SItE SET 7B' HO $349.85 Hf Compare at $389.85 Monday.Mr. a retired painting and
j; decorating contractor a
I r' Then your converted frame can hold and Mrs. John II. Kit. member the Congdon Lodge
\ Super 95 chens and son of Jacksonvillewere No. 201 F & AM: of Bernardsville.

{ t FirmS89 a sleep set that rewards you with 20 weekend guests of Mr. :N J. and a Methodist
and Mrs. C.G. Hill. Survivors include his wife

ff per cent more space. Esther R Lunger: ; two daughters
\ TWIN SIZE Local admittances to Brad : Mrs. Paul Nystrom. and
(1": MATTRESSOR FOUNDATION COMPARE $109.95 ford County Hospital the past Mrs. Charlie )Foster both of
ttC f FULL SIZE 5]' 75 $ 9.95 each piece Compare at $119.95 Seven inches wider.Five week include: David Piper, Jacksonville; one brother
QUEEN SIZE SET 60 .80' $239 90se, Compare at $269.95 Hampton; Adolph Bonny, William Lunger of West
KING SIZE SET 76'H 80' $399.85 Compare at $439.95 Lake Geneva; Mrs. Glenda Orange N.J., one sister. Mrs
(ALL UNITS AVAILABLE FOAM INNERSPRINC) I inches longer. Stinnett Waldo; Mrs. Obelia /Hazel Kovacs of Chester N.J
.i. I Tetstone, Brooker; Mrs, three grandchildren and three
AT *ococ 's OO'I.L riMO co"f i.iT) tticcTiON or leooiKCTO Mamie Parrish
... Mrs. Regene great grandchildren.Rev .
CHOOSf Pear .o..u..oeoeCUDO'.GIS..D.l IH ace
t O'M ... IS Gu.'uO TO Gist SATISFACTION' Or TOUR tloetrucc. Julia
Gaston Mrs. Marcia pastor of the First United
Padgett Mrs. Ilah Joiner Methodist Church of Starke
Because you'll sleep better with big Mrs. Dorothy Bagwell, Bar: will officiate at the services in

from bara Davis Herman :Nettles; DeWitt C Jones Chapel
ger bedding Badcock. and Mrs. Mildred Thigpen, Burial will follow in c.r'Jbb: )
Starke. Lake Cemetery with n asoni(
rites at the graveside.
,
Miss ]Heidi Sanders of Birm DeWitt C. Jones (Funeral
ESTABLISHED
,,, 1904wetcome '
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SG/10 ingham
fl u.s0I l Ala. arrives Friday Home is in charge of arrange
ficscicoclt'.s' to be guest of Mr. and Mrs. ments.
t"' ryI1Fr5tcs George B. Flynn Jr. and SSe
Famous DoubleGUARANTEE family for a week. The person who invented
+c4 HOME FURNISHING CENTERS summer camps ought to get
MUL1ITRUCKLOAO and CARLOAD GKsAMIAICAAO Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson the Nobel Peace Prize.
i" |; .t C."plt..*.. cYe1..<. here Imasrei VUHMITUWI A> r t.iANC( f LOO< COV r IMO MOM I MTIMTAINMIMT attended the First Baptist Roger Alton In Grand

,.''- ... =-= E 3- I by S.e.ea tear Boch.local'.Iese.i d.el.r, ] 1 28 S. Walnut Starke, Ra. 964-5289 Church Butler on homecoming In Lake Rapids Press
Sunday.
That
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by Keystone Lawrence Blvd. 4732395a ,
..'- Cetparatton cDargt noon: they attended the Seth Some people are always
f- I SUPER BUYING POWER) Ili" Ri M" anniversary of Mr. and Mrs grumbling that roses have
4 4IIL A'Tlh'te'al. / Zedra
Hamilton In Worthing. thorns; I am thankful that
ton Springs, thorns have ruses.Alphnnxt! .
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Rev. Charles SWill tz Is New Pastor C. O. DEAN'S .... ........................ ....... ,il i I
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Community A T ST. LKOCOLLKGKLee

At Madison Street Baptist Church: Charles O. Lefebvre, 78, of CpBCOfXkl i! Card Of Thanks 1 l::1

Hampton, died Thursday Roy Johnson son of Mr.
Director of Admissions of the May 27, in Alachua General\ Church and Mrs. It.L Johnson of :;..":;,, ::; <<;:m-i': :: If""I

Association.Rev Hospital.I Born in Cohoes, N.Y. Church md a..! Street Starke, was listed among the Words cannot express! our If
News and Mrs. Swartz and on Jan.28, 1898.he had lived in Jackson 275 students on the Dean's List thanks for all the kindnesses !
their daughter Barbara. 14 Hampton for the past three Sunday. June 6--Holy for the Spring 1976 Semesterat rendered our family during the
moved into the pastorium at years. He was a retired Eucharist 8:30: and 10 a.m. St. Leo College near Dade recent loss of our mother. With I I
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401 S. Epperson St. June 1. musician and member of St Tuesday June Women of City He is a recent May 2 sincere appreciation.

ELIZABETH GIVENS WAlK--- .-.,!:".'". The couple also has three Edward's Catholic Church. the Church 7 p.m. graduate. .Family of Mrs. Polly Clark I
COMMUNITY: Greater Bethlehem married daughters and a Surviving is his wife. ViolaC. It
NEWS Freewill married son, as well as five Lefebvre; two sons Paul, u I
The First Baptist Church, !!
Born of The -
of Proscott, Ariz. and Alan ,
Rev. grandchildren. of
Living God. Elder S.V. Jasper Williams
Dallas Texas; three ''f'fII
Cohens pastor. Deaconess pastor, service activities:
Mrs
daughters, Julie Cornish
,
Zephiah L. Strong, reporter. Monday night began the MADISON STREET
San Calif.
The First Born Church activities with Tiny Tots BAPTIST CIIL'RCII Diego ; Mrs. Judy

schedule of weekly services rehearsal at7 p,m.; Tuesday Rev Charles R. Swartz Jr., Spell Barbara of Hampton; and Mrs 1I t
is: Tuesday night 7:45: p.m. night Prayer Meeting; pastor. Fitzpatrick, Tampa;

Prayer Meeting; Friday Wednesday night Senior I Sunday: Church School, great-gra 17 grandchildren nde hi Idren.and two 1 IS NOW 1'RIDING
night 7:45: Tarrying Choir rehearsal; Thursday 9:45: ; Morning Worship, It; The Hosary was recitedat OPEN II
Services; second and fourth night Story Hour at the Children's Worship 11 ;
7:30: p.m. Friday in DeWittC.
Sundays regular pastoral church. Junior Choir Church Training 6:15: ; Jones
Chapel. Funeral
service; first and third rehearsal at 6 p.m. Friday; Evening Worship, 7:30.: I
Sundays Home Mission Saturday the Senior Ushers Rv Charles Swartz. Jr. !Monday: Ladles ball game mass was held at 2 p.m. 0 t B l If
service. will sell dinners from the with Hope Baptist, 7:30: p.m., Saturday in St. Edwards }
First Sunday School pt kitchen at 6 p.m. Monthly Rev. Charles R. Swartz Jr. Pratt St. Park.Tuesday Catholic Church, with Father
"
10:30: a.m. Home Mission at Sunday School Teachers vill begin ministry at Madison : Ladies Bible Richard Interment Bowles in officiating. COME VISIT N. E. FLORIDA'SLARGEST ;
was Lake
11:30: a.m. 6 p.m. Y.P.C.W. meeting will be held.Sunday S Street; Baptist Church Sunday Study, 10 a.m. Men's Softball Crosby ii"
and-or exchange service services will begin with J June 6.Rev. game with (First Presbyterian Cemetery. '
with Gainesville Church.Mt. Sunday School at 9:30.: Swartz a Gainesville 8:45: p.m., Westside WESTERN STORE! :. "
Plagah A.M.E. Morning services at 11 a.m. n native comes to the pastorateit Park. BAPTIST HOMECOMING( ;
Church. Rev. George Dinner will be served at Madison Street from the Wednesday: Youth Choir RAIKOIU Everything Western....All Under One Roofl I !I!
Farmer Pastor Choir 12:30.: Evening service at 6 I First Baptist Church of Practice, 7:30: ; Prayer Ser The First Baptist Church of I
rehearsal each Tuesday p.m. i Highland City. He has also vice 7:30: ; Adult Choir Raiford will hold homecoming
night before the first and Notice! The annual I been the Minister of Practice. 8:30.Thursday: services June 13. 4' WESTERN WEAR EQUIPMENT :"
third Sunday. Sunday Vacation Bible School will I Education at the (First Baptist : Ladies Softball A picnic lunch will be servedat Men's Ladies i Children
services will begin with begin the week of June 1418. (church of Bartow. practice 6 p.m. 1 p.m.All and TACK :1" .
Sunday School at 10 a.m. From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Educated at the Baptist Friday: Men's Softball past and present ANIMAL HEALTH
Communion service at 11 Everyone is invited to I Bible Institute of Grace ville. game with First Baptist, 8:45: :>> members and friends are Quality Name Brands
a.m. At 3 p.m. Evangelist attend. I Rev.Swartz has been active in p.m,. Westside Park. invited to attend. PRODUCTS ''I..

W.M. Philmore gospel solist Pleasant Grove and Mt. t the: South Florida Baptist Leading Manufacturers BOOTS, BELTS !
and recording artist of Moriah United Church I Association. His wife Louise l
Nashville Tennessee will Parish Rev. Willie Stitt, i is also active in Associational : GUNS & HAND GUNS &HATS I
Pastor, service schedule .
render a program. Everyone : 1 work as secretary to the
is invited to attend. Pleasant Grove Young Adult Foundation Co. Ammunition Many Leading Brands .aWe
Paving
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Choir rehearsal first
New Bethel and Ebenezer every accept
and second Monday night at FIRST CHRISTIAN:; '
Baptist Church. Rev
Leroy '
ASPHALT PAVINGFill MASTER CHARGEBANKAMERICARD
Davis, pastor, service 7:30: p.m. Junior Choir CIIL'RChISTIRKI; 249 WESTERN
schedule: New Bethel rehearsal every Tuesday at 6 Sunday: Bible Study, 9:45:
weekly services began p.m. Wednesday at 7:30: i a.m.; Morning Worship, Dirt Grading BLANDINGBLVD. 264-3838 II
Wednesday Prayer Meeting. Thursday j 10:45: ; Youth Meeting, 6 p.m.;
night with at 8 Bible Study. I'Evening Worship 7pm. LandscapingFree !li.
Prayer and p.m.
Meeting Bible
Open Fri. nite
Sunday service will start Wednesday: Bible Study IiRED t ;
Class at 7:30.: Services will (State Rd. 21)) 1
,
terminate with Sunday with Sunday School at 10 j and Prayers. 8 p.m. Estimates till I 9 pmby !
a.m., Morning service at 11 - - -
School at 10 a.m. Orange Park :
Ebenezer Baptist Church a.m. Communion at 4 p.m. :;Salvane liquid typewriter cleaner Phone 964-7813 i
services began Tuesday Mt. Moriah Church -THE OFFICE SHOP, Ph. 964- 1 I I .j I.j 1 I
services: choir rehearsal 5764ChainLinkFence
night. The pastor met with .jJ'
the Senior Choir at 7:30.: Wednesday night at 7:30.:
Sunday School at 9:30: ; ''I
Thursday (
night tonight) .
Prayer Meeting. Saturday at Morning Communion 'j.Ti1URS. "
6:30: Rev. Davis will meet service at 11 a m. Visitorsare
with all Deacons and welcome.
Deaconesses. Sunday Greater Allen Chapel SuppliesFirst THRU MOM. ONLY
services will begin with A.M.E. Church. Rev. R.G.Heastie l

Sunday School at 9:30.: Mrs. Pastor service WHY PAYMORE
Betty Hudsin in charge. schedule: Weekly services

Morning Worship at 11 a.m. began with Lovefeast 155 W. Call St.
with song service by Choir service Friday night at 7 ill
No. 2. Evening Worship at pm. Service begins Sunday ?
6:31): with Sunday School at 10 QualityNo
True Church of God In a m. Communion service at Starke, Fla.
Elder 11 a.m. and 5:30: p.m. Seconds
Unity Sampson
:Mt. ZICln1.: ..;. Church:
White pastor service
Rev Richard Bethel pastor I
schedule: weekly services
began with Prayer Meeting Notice! Sunday June 6, InstallationAvailable ::1
Monday night; Wednesdaynight breakfast will be served
from 8 to 11 a.m. All
Service
Tarry ; Friday
night Bible Study; Sunday proceeds will go toward the
Ii
will Duel Day activity. "
services begin with
Sunday School at 10 a.m. Sunday June 27, has been HANDYMAN ''I
selected for the Duel
Day
Morning Worship at 11 a m.
Everyone is invitedPhiladelphia activity. Services will begin
:Missionary with Sunday School at 10 1-289-2141 I
a.m. The women will be in -
Baptist Church. Rev. W.G.
FREE ESTIMATE ,
charge with chairman Mrs.
Mayberry Pastor, service
activities Rellen Clark. The Youth will
there will: be Friday a musical night be in charge at 3 p,m. The Maxville, Fla. .t :,
chairman is Mrs. Oliva
program. Choirs On Parade.
:'
Sunday is Youth Day. 0 Scott.__ _ ,
Sunday services will begin '
with School 'I
Sunday at 10

a,m. and Morning Worship Color TV's ;
at 11 a m. The message will 1
be delivered by Rev George

Jones. Exemng Worship at 3 Large Quantity Of \.j CUT-OFF JEAN \ / ;1

pm.Church SHORTS IADIIS' of God In Chirst. Repossessed Color TV's Mrs DOUBLE KNIT MEN'S FHINTI MISSES' LADIES' A MISSIS
Rev. D.R. NYLONACETATESPORT KODEL POLYESTER 100POLYESTfRORNYLON .
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service activity. Friday SLACKS SHIRTS & COMBED COTTON KNIT TOPS PANTS
night Pastor Prayer and Both Console & PortableMost $
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Jimmie Thomas president SAYI ZO'
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Daisey Jones in charge. I IS'
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>J'ageB> T.U,;(;Jt.\I'1i June 3.1976



Employees Noiv Must Live In City,





Council Rules Ii > Tuesday Vote



KffectiM1 Junv 1 ull new City The new regulntion.ill nut it was said. X.M. Smith a bond trustee
In making the motion Epps attending the meeting, said
of Starke. employees must apply toemplovws already on
the if Ii\e said that employees living on that heretofore no record was
reside! within city uiuler the pa> roll. even they
action taken at Tuesday outside! city limits Hut p'rnight's city money should be paying kept of overtime performed
C'ouiu'il meeting on sons already I employed and city taxes and contributing in except a simple notation of the
other to the number of hours worked. The
million nl Commissioner living inside the city will lose ways city'sgrowth
Harold Kpps and passed una- \their jobs if they later move and prosperity council later extended the new
lumoasly outside municipal boundaries. Commissioner Joe Warren overtime rules to include all
expressed some qualms that city departments.
the new regulation might limit After observing that "we

I l\J(. HU (> Begins: Sin iiii ; Career: the city in hiring qualified are living" in a world of
people in some areas change Commissioner
_; _- ... ,_ "Thai's a farce" Epps Warren stated that "Starke
n.1I1: II 1 al.. son of :Mr and ... replied. "We have plenty of needs a change of attorneys.
Mrs 1 Dniiald K ((11111)) :McHaeof qualified people right in the
Slarke has begun IIprol'l.'s"iolllll city who are anxious to work (;i'y-y.; ........

singing for us." (From
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CIII'l'l'rlth :Musicana Singers City Clerk Merrill Edwards
performing a lloor show in estimated that 50 per cent of had the set-up for doing this
Melbourne this summer present city employees live planning work and asked
College ,Iudt'nls1'(' outside of Starke.In Gaines about the benefits of
auditioned all ovei the .fJt other action, Warren consolidation in this area.
country tor I the :MusicanaSingers. ]ft moved that the city pay a Gaines said he hadn't come
:McHae. who is $3.XH( ( (> bill owed to the State for to the meeting to make a pitch
gradiuling. HIPS quarter from unemployment compensation. for consolidation of zoning and
the l cp.iitinciit nl :Music at The motion was defeated with planning programs and suggested J
the I'lmeiMty ol Florida nas May>,r-Commissioner Charles the effort should he
one ol, :211! 'sludi'iits! chosen Irom Schaefer breaking a tie vote made toward coordination,

the entile coiinlry to perform .. by siding with the nays The rather than consolidation, in
w ith the :Musicana Singers He Commission had previously order to gain uniformity in
,
is a M>cahstMcKae \... been advised by its attorney zoning and planning for the \
: lei-ently\ presented 't"f, : that the bill must be paid since county
his seniorncal lecital at the \ \ tI t\ the city failed to enter a protest Epps held to his initial -
I K Kill is rtirrcntK president in the required time proposal and moved for
ol the t'lmiTMly' ('hamhl'rSInI'S I t2 against claims filed by certain appointment of a committee
IlIId' IIUSlIll'SSIIIag'r I'radfnrdliddlt': School students t'arninall/ A's during the I'armenler. Karen lloltz. Back row Jrt> Thorpe, Sherru Moll,
employees, even though they to investigate employe relations
"IA Demon. I'am I'nclerhill. Joey Kiggs was not a\ail.il>lr
fifth six weeks grading period include (II-rl front row : l't'tst'VYan. Tummy
,
:\ of the and
I'mversityChoir left jobs on their own volition. city planning duties.
He has. been nominiitedlor .. The recommendation of Schaefer appointed Epps and Scott ('raftjant' Ilizior. l.aura Oehler Cathy :\1.lI'thi. for the picture.
in I the ", :Middle row: Teresa llarley. Terry :Masse)'. Kathy llollz. Debbie
iiieiiilu'rship l bond trustees was approved Warren to investigate and
:National'; Mine Key leadershipscH'iely I"k' requiring that reports be report back to the council
made for overtime worked in Jackson asked Gaines to re- School
:Mcliiie w.is minister ofMusic Ilill 'II It",. the electric department, giving submit the plan he presented 17 Earn Straight-A's At Middle
: i .it \I\ ('!>bitll' liaptist information as to time out, to the Commission several -

Church in (amesville! untilnvenllv to) sing professionally. this location of work job per months ago for a proposed Obviously still studying as nears, 17 of Bradford Middle Set enth Grade Trad! Smith David Sparks
,hrn he was( chosen summer in :Melbourne formed, materials used etc. joint city-county plan the close of this school year School's 982 students earned Surveller Gainey. :Mae Jana Whaley Janet Williams

all A's during the fifth six Lovie Hollis, Joey Herres, and Melissa Winkler!
= weeks grading period ending Carol Hildreth. Charlene

1 t H'l fart... E GL- April 29.Another. Beam, Vickie Hersey. Brenda
1 man coimis 93 students earned Jenkins, Betty Kite. June Kighth Grade
64 'I i I THAR AH UMt AHTVHIM II IAHII BAN KAMER ICARD all A's and B's during the fifth Griffis. Janice Browning. Ann :Mary Brooks

.... O FAMHY DISCOUNT STOKCSfAGtfS six weeks, bringing the total of Paul !Noe: Thomas Kenny Gwendohn Keith, Sarah
.t .
,1 "kef middle school honor students Clark, :Michael Holmes Faulk, Timothy Gissy. Teresa
to 110. Hubert Berry. Steven Marks Knepper, Kevin :Miller
Earners of all perfect Margaret Bass, Kimberly Jeffrey Samons. TerrfsaGaskms.
grades in the sixth grade are: Brown. Vaunda Lynne Brown, Ginger Crews HljeaCorbett
PRICES ARC lOWER! Laura Oehler, daughter of Turosia Bright. Patti Chesser. Peggy Cooper. 1 David
Mr. and :Mrs. Howard Oehler Deborah Green, Peggy Jo Fussell. Denny George
of Rt. 1, Starke; James Scot Harden. Kimberly 1 Dawson. Janice Jockel. ("hull Johnson
Craft, son of Mr. and Mrs. Goerge Frank Loimcka, Beth Pat ray. Lisa ReddiMi.

3 SK DAYS: THUKSDAy. FRIDAY OHO SATURDAY! James Craft of Starke; Diane Elizabeth :McWilliams. Donna Barry Thomas. Becky Skeen
Bizier daughter of Mr. and :Marsh. Bruce :Massey. Jeff Brooker. Hichard Knight
r. Mrs Clermont Bizier of Rt. 3 :'olelissalayo: Luana Lay e (iordon Newmans and :Marion"
I .r Starke; Sherry Louise Davis :Mundorff. Cynthia :Norman'; I'uttman
lll YOU'D EXPECT THESE daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
i ;
:t :::/ I- I.. Davis of Lake Butler.
Terry
<< I I G IJII Ii s)1 .. ;",,' TOP SUCKS MAKER TO DRESS SELL and Lynn Mrs Massey Wayne daughter E Massey of Mr.of 'WhiteiVm.s' / HIS' Class Of, 197(> I

: \ O -\' FOR $10 TO'14 Lawtey Mary Catherine
'I. .
: \. G t\\ Martin, daughter of Mr. and As 97 (innluntv Tomorrowixh
;;a1 : j' I Mrs. Clifford :Martin of
1- ill I .
3 99
f- I Iill ( Lawtey. Teresa Ann Harley LAKE LU'TLKRCommencement ; F.ach nl' thcstsHiilcnls him-
I. '. SUPER LOW daughter of Mr. and Mrs. maintained! an .ivrragc lirltei
DISCOUNT PRICIllivi ) exercises for
I Andrew Harley of and than ::1 i ."
I Lawtey > Ihrouiilmut 'lour high'
: J it In Eil< ti com lIP wim I Union County Ihgh'sIi\ graduates
:-::::;;:::: < -:-<. .,' toy 1 Mi this'' TIN binri's MI v* Tamara Ann Denton, will be held I Friday! schoolears
.. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don
tit
., tmt toe JtyH. CMloit
....,... r.June 4. beginning at 8 p m. on Hubert i iv I
(
'I If._ ,.- I COM .,fly !r. iw mi. IUI. Denton of Brownlee Road the high school lootbail. field i. Hi nun !
Starke. Promoted I'K(
SRVE 24%
Valedictorian of this
year'sgraduating Ft G.I; :Min.fi
Seventh graders earning all Helming. !i
A's are: class is Gerald; Robert. (i Brown, ju son
77C 53C $140 88 25 1WAI2J.It' Sherra Mott, daughter of \\illiam White, who earned of :Mr anti :Mrs KoU-rt GBrown. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mott of the honor w ith a perfect 4. (o) Keystone I Heights,
'os IJ >RI Mo11pAcoocALLONGARiACE '.' 140 DISCOUNT PRICt WAS If.ItLAOT Route 1. Starke; Debbie grade point averagehite was promoted; toriii\
EAGLE HEW DUn lOW vANrrt 20PORTAILE 3SPEEI IRESS soeisFON Parmenter. daughter of11': will attend Lake City Community private first class. on :\1.11'1.11J
M* LINERS. MOISTURE DETERGENT MOTOR OIL, QT FAN WITH 7ELEMEHTMOLIEt ORION. It-It, and Mrs Vernon Parmenterof College this full on abasketball while] serving as a clerk in
PROOF, w TIES CLEANS AS IT LUBRICATES.sm SAFETY IUOE. Hampton ; Karen lloltz. scholarship Cosalutatonans Company B. 1st Battalion
daughter of Mr and Mrs are Donna Kay. ::>KIh Inlantrv ol. the litTth Infantry
Donald E. Holtz of Starke and Crawford and Glen Lamer. Hngade' at Ftlienmng.
Deborah l'h'aUho ha\e each main Ga
Joyce Thorpe.
IURCESS2Pll tolinI'd'
0CELLlAtlERT Eighth grade students 3 8 grade point average He l'ntt'n11! \ <' .\1'11I11'

taking home a perfect report April l'J7::> and completedbasic \ '
SUPER tow DISCOUNT pmct, card are: High honor graduates\ at training at Ft Jack'
Cathy Holtz. daughter of Friday night's ceremonies are ,on. S C
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Junes. 1976 TELEGRAPH Page
Injured In Cyclf-Car; Crush Capt.Ellis Completes
Advanced Infantry Course Tax Certificates Sold On 123 Parcels Of Land
A 31-year old Hampton limits. Riders in the 1976 (Casey (From Page 1)) . . . .
resident and his rider were Chevrolet sedan Doris Hill, Ft. Benning, Ga. April 16 -- certificate at the annual apply for a tax deed to be
Tax auc-
seriously injured Monday Jr., 20, Carnell Clark. 27. Army Captain Francis J. of certificates on 123 parcels tion, a buyer must the issued on the parcel, giving to present has been principal still under way which Casey
night when the Ellis son of Mr. and Mrs. JayW. delinquent tax propertywere pay at Hampton Elementary. started.
motorcycle Victoria Butler,5, and Donald auctioned off at the delinquent taxes and the him title after taxes have been
Camellia
Ellis,
they were riding was struck Hill, 3, Lane In a recent administrative
were not injured. courthouse parcel goes to the one offering delinquent for two years.
county
recently Tuesday
by a vehicle entering US-301 Damages were estimated at Keystone Heights the lowest interest rate. Kelly said that about half of realignment under appointiveSupt.
south of the completed a 36-week infantry afternoon with $17,690.76collected Richard Jockel, Casey is in mid-
city limits. $300 for each vehicle, according The maximum rate now the parcels were bid in at the Temple resigned
David Glen Piper, of to officer advanced course at the by the Tax Collector's slated to be principal at Brad- term and Jockel, director of
Shady allowed
investigating Florida by law is 18 cent, 18 per cent maximum interest
office in taxes, advertising
Oaks Trailer Park, and Glen- Army Infantry School, Ft. per ford High next school year. curriculum under Temple,
Highway Patrolman K.G. costs, and interest."It which must be paid by the while most of the other
da Stennett, 26, of Waldo were Etheridge. Benning, Ga. owner of the tax delinquent half ranged from 12 to 15 percent Casey succeeded former was appointed by Gov. Reubin
both hospitalized following\ the During the course, he was was the smallest sale In who has Supt. Harmon Morgan, who Askew to serve until an
the
property
trained in the duties at recent years, Tax Collector right to retired in the
accident, and were in sat. redeem his 1964 to superin- elected superintendent takes
My
isfactory condition at the J Neighbors company oriented and toward battalion infantry levelas JR.taxes Kelly which said became, stating delinquent that- time prior to property Issuance of at a any tax llroolicr . . tendency, without opposition.He office next January. Jockel's
for reelection
Bradford was unopposed commission from the state
County Hospital at deed to the
press time Wednesday.Doris z su operations. He also was April 1, were still being the person bidding in (From Page 1)) in 19,8.In reads he would serve only
Link trained in the responsibilitiesof paid by owners, with penalties property at the sale. The down sorting and packing until after the first primary in
Hill. 25, tax
certificate
.charged with failure to was\ r battalion, brigade and right up to time of sale. bidder goes to the may only take a half day. 1972 Casey lost by 55 September, but the error was
yelld
right of while division staff officers. In order to purchase a tax offering the lowest When the fall crop Is ready to votes to Jim Temple in a close discovered this week and his
way entering the interest
Ellis entered the rate on the certificate harvest in September, VBJ contest in which
Capt. issues
major commission
highway from a private drive until it is redeemed. now reads he will '
--------- -- The life of will return to
in 1971. He Brooker for ano- were administrative
Army April
about feet expenditures serve until the first Tuesday
50 soth of the
the
city received his commission Eaton stationary THE certificate Is seven years, ther two months of buying, and a multi-million dollar after the first Monday in Jan-
but
the
through the Reserve Officers' OFFICE SHOP, Ph. 964-5764 successful bidder may packing and shipping. school building program, uary8Hi .
Training Corps program.
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_ 1'ornadoesBow To Santa Fe And GHS In Jamboree



"\\t' looked terrible" said fullback Jimmy Clark sittingon vatt skirted right end for 14 plays. The touchdown came raced Into the end lone. The
Courh David Hurse after his the bench with a sprained yards before being chased out on a screen pass on which the extra point made it 7-0, GHS,
Tornadoes lost 6-0 to Santa Fe ankle wrapped in a towel full of bounds then was hit out of Tornadoes were completely with 9:24: left in the quarter.
and 14-0 to Gainesville High in of ice. bounds by the Santa Fe suckered. GHS quarterback Kenny Aycox returned the aM o'w
the spring football jamboree "In fact I'm sure it will" player,who was thrown out of Guy Knight retreated deep following GHS kick off 83 'AL- ,
played Friday night on Florida Hurse stated, reflecting on the yards for the only Tornado I
Field in Gainesville. night's play on the dew-wet score of the night. But GUS'
"1 lie losses! may do us more and slippery Astroturf of Carl Warren answered on the
good for next" season than awin Gatorland. Clark's ankle had following kick off which he
would have" the veteran been injured before the jam returned 80 yards for a touchdown -
Tornado. coach said standing boree but starting running- twisting out of the arms
on .i bent watching BHS and back Andrew Carter sat on the of several Tornado tacklers.
line ',ilml/KO at it with his star sideline almost the entire two The extra point made 14.6 with
quarters with a pulled thigh nine minutes left on the clock. I
muscle received Friday night. The Tornado defense settled
Players slipped and slid and down after that and held GUS
turned ankles as they tried to except for one 12-yard pass to
maintain control but couldn't. Burke. But the Tornado 1 1r
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Starting quarterback N offense was not potent enoughto 111WMAW e lWJg"I'enter
Jimmy Prevatt was put out of move the ball for a first
action early when a Santa Fe down either as the freshman

player hit the Tornado signal quarterback stuck to dives up ( Jeff Joikel alertly loose football fumbled by running bat'kndrt'w farter, on
piles on a
caller from behind about 10 the middle for two and three Norman had trouble handlingthe
at left. The Tornadoes and freshmen- quarterback Jeffery
ground
yards out of bounds after Prevail yards by Aycox and Bennett. the from center only onc-e.
mishandled
y football although Norman only snap
had run for a first downon Guards Waisel limes and
the option keeper. Prevatt back Dean Brown got down
reappeared only for an extra .w. under a punt GHS fumbled "I was a little bit surprisedby and it made our passing takes," said Bobcat coach
point attempt that failed. under the pressure and lines I my kids' performance" attack effective. We're still Jesse Herd.
Freshman Jeffery Norman Fullback Jimmy Clark is slammed to the ground by Gaines recovered the football to eli- said Raider coach Bubba not up to par with last year's "Our defense played well
took over the signal calling ,'IIIeIIIgh tacklers In the spring Football jamboree Friday night. minate one Hurricane offensive McGowan who is rebuildingwith team but we're working on besides those two passes to
duties on the sixth play from series. young players after a it." Burke. I'm pleased with the
1Lrr. scrimmage for the Big Red the game. The resulting personal and threw to wideout Jim Santa Fe opened the jam host of veterans being lost via Buchholz knocked off rival effort and the kids showed
and received his baptism of foul penalty put the Tor Burke who was all by himselfon boree by beating Eastside 9.0 graduation. Eastside 6-0) before losing 6-0 their great attitude out there
fire in varsity competition nadoes on the Santa Fe 33 witha the left sideline. Behind a behind the passing of quarter "They executed real well to its other cross town rival tonight.
against the night's two win- first down. wall of blockers who took out back Buddy Bernado and and I'm very proud of them. GHS in the final period of
rungest, teams Santa Fe and Big Jimmy Clark bulled his the few remaining defending followed that with the 6.0 win We got good protection from play. The Bobcats used a Eastside not only lost a pairof
Gainesville High. way through several tacklesfor Tornado deep backs. Burke over Bradford High. our backs and the front wall strong running attack led by games; the Rams didn't
Santa Fe scored its touchdown 12 yards and a second first - quarterback Pete Lang and score in either quarter.
to beat the Tornadoes on down at the Santa Fe 18 with fullback Bobby Lohr. Lohr "We did about what 1
the second play of the quarter freshman QB Jeffery Norman scored the lone Bobcat touchdown expected" said coach Rabbit
after Bradford High's Erie at the controls. Running back on a 22-yard burst Smith. "We have a lot of
Biggs mishandled the Raider Sam Bennett zipped through Lh against the Rams. young kids and they made
kick off and Santa Fe recov- scrimmage over right tackle We had a breakdown on some mistakes that hurt us.
ered the loose ball at the for 11 yards to the Santa Fe our pass defense against GHS But we have a good group of
Bradford 15 yard line. On seven yard line before the but we have a lot of young kids athletes out there and we'll
second down from the 13 bubble burst. 1 out there and we'll look at the just have to do a lot of work
Raider QB Buddy Bernado The Big Red was pushed 4tj4 films over the summer to with them. We did well
passed into the far right cor back to the 12 after an offsides work on these kind of mis tonight"
ner to end Vince Campbell for penalty when a guard lined up
the score. A bad snap foiled offsides. Aycox lost three
the Santa Fe extra point yards and QB Norman eight Norman's Farm Wins
attempt and the score stood 6- more before a Tornado fumble
0 with 11:03: left in the period. was recovered at the Santa Fe t
M.iiie I l-erguson gives the Kenny Aycox intercepted a 14. Slow Pitch Tournament
learn needed| | siipixirt as the Santa Fe pass at the Bradford Gainesville High returnedthe M
n
pains I IM n.iilix's show their Tornado kick off to the 35
38 to stop the next Raider ,
ladies in the final
:Norman's\ Farm softball game defeating
Sllllf drive. On first down QB Pre- then drove 65 yards in eight ,
Construction of Gainesville
second invitational
team won its Perry
_, II. '\ tournament of the 11-0. Norman's ladies put
'.. .. .. ., '" 1976season last weekend, winning together three home runs.
Tornadoes Better Than They Looked ,, ', '\ .,, ;:. six straight games
I (I.... :- ',," cnroute to the( Gainesville DAYTONA BEACH

.' ,."I': .... :' championship
In the first game of the :
::
4 ; aches Of BHS Performances \ .
() Say ) tournament :Norman's'\ beat .

I :Marketing Enterprises of -.. ,.
I I", ii.ulu. .liiiilhallers, are very hard over the summer if "Over all considering their Gainesville 1975 state Class A ", .
1 IK 'h'l i ih.nillifv demonstratedI I they expect lo be a winner inexperience. they did reallyan champions. 8.2. Leading I :Pt t
I. i .? night: 'in the annual next season" outstanding job." Coach ..... batters in the game were 1-- ::.-'.,
'|p'MHi, ,,: iinl; ..;omhon'l'. Brad. The7'urnaduesmissed a few Hansen staled Sandra ;Norman; who went :I" :: f
,ind, 1 high h roaches unam- players with nagging injuriesthat Richard Hall who played at three-for-four and. Debbie 'P''RTJ'' -' ::::
II IIilHUT hurl Friday night They weak cornerback. had no foot Johnson also three forfourNorman's
I i III 111 it pleased by any also had some mistakes by inexperienced ball experience whatever / ;; then shut out the .
-lii It Ii,ul I the imagination' but players or by prior to this spring Safety Zanderettes of Apopka 9'-), led .
I II kuiii' uhitwtcandu'says, players in now positions, David Carter up from last t by UK) percent batter Vicki
IP .nl C uitIi,. David Hursenvei alsopla'in Overman and :Mrs. Norman
year's junior varsity was
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Three sl"rtl'rsc're ho three
missing w again w ent -for-four
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In his first
varsity =
I '' all. we've got a better from the defensive backfield ; Erie r :Hand M Insurance of Orlando
competition. Biggs regular -
liuitli.ill,\ li';u1 than we had for instance, But defensive weak went down easily in the third
first
string cornertrick -
i List -..e.isiinie lust didn't secondary coach Denny Hansen was forced to play themonster :Norman's Farm victory 8.1 .
-In., \ itI was not down on the boys the leading hitter of the game --
on strong
I think (Ins ....hllIhl' who did play although they position : was Cathy Blackburn who hit
side. Biggs did a respectablejob !
|I'' .i | v tiles II have to Work did make mistakes for the first time he had / $ the MO' percent plateIn on three times at The Best on till

ever played that position. :
... : semifinal
Coach Hansen said Allan play of thewinners' Heath costs
bracket. ;Norman's;
:'\Norman who had practicedsix l
A HELPING HANDWe or seven plays at slrongsafl'ty. toppled Inland Equipment of less at theACaltllC011111.
did l.l't'!>burg 9.1ck, \'erman.
an adequate job
"We had a great deal) of inexperience :Milton Baker, I5IIS jumping wizard. signs I a scholarship lo Xlh.inv Mali College In Mb.int (ra.. Debbie Johnson. Angle :Nix'\
)
ore qualified in helping a family to clearup back there but we under the guiding hand of II ii drover; I low aril and his imillit'r. Hiiliv \I.... Kishri.Milton '. and Linda Cubbedge were all ( .

.many matters in which most families don't gained a tremendous amount two-for-four at the plate.Norman's .
know about. ut'experience' ." Hansen :'\ put the Daytona Beach doesn t have lo be
states. i Baker Signs Albany State Track Scholarship olympians of Jacksonville in expensive At the an new AcapulcoInn
I We take the surviving spouse to Social the losers' bracket you can have value.tilled"
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On the line defensively! the ,
Security Office. Tornadoes gave some goof :Milton Baker whoclci.1; high jump ate li'7" ,least once this season will goto Allunn Slate propelled by a home run and how vacation lo pay now'or w 1 We apply for the Veteran's benefits for the )ix'rformances. Coach :Mike College under a grant-in-aid scholarship! ,! this fall single by leading batter Angie value we have *lu"V> equipped
widow pension flag grave marker etc. Sexton believes. He hadn't Baker was signed primarily for the high jump according to coach Grocer ,Howard. although lie :Nix." Linda Cubbedge was two- efficiencies
3 We help families with Insurance forms. had a look at the game movies Isalso excellent" mother Ir"c'C'ntr "ul.h tint he long jump and triple jump for-thrce at the plate.lorman's The Acapulco Inn"is one of.the best' I
which have to be typed and notarized. Tuesday. but expected" : to find Holding school records in :all threes-rents. Baker placed second in the slate meet I this spring and ;; Farm ladies oceanfronl resort hotels, right on me I
some good things when he won the high jump at the Florida Relays of UtTii! The new' school record set by H.iki-r in the lung found I''sy'ictory after a Worlds, Most Famous Beach
These are just a few of the added services looked jump is 22'2.23"; and in the triple jump 43'6" second inning nine-run surge You re close to Jai.Alai, Dog R.icrig
which we are glad to provide In helping a familyin "We had a good spring We Baker will also play. basketball at the 2.5iM-student) four year school and tentatively plans to Daytona International. Speedwayand
any way we can. expected the" jamboree to turn major in physical educationMadison Little LeagueHa World lust and a short other drive great lo Florida Walt Disney
out better Sexton said attractions,
"Really we were disappointed
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M. ARCHER. L.F.D The Tornado defense is "a ( i () Ihe Book al you The Bicentennial
Lake Butler Florida little oung.." Sexton" points Guide, to Florida.Is. /** >.
out with four starters return : Street downedPresb.terian First Baptist took Ihe Street t Little League Official Summer But flurry' We ve only got / *-
496-2008 4962056Funerals ing"But ; 25-10 Friday second game of the night First Baptist and Madison > Camp begins June 20 at 200 copies' /
I think we're going to night. May 28. after breaking away from :Morgan Road Street now' sport records of 2.2 'the Southern Regional Headquarters
have real tine defensive ball loose from a third inning liewith Baptist )14-3. Leading the First each :Morgan Road and Pres- < and Training Center A C APUL c 7 I INN
Monuments club." sexton, says "Theseare 15 runs to put the game Baptist attack was Jim Duncan b>lenan are 02. I n St. Petersburg __ -
ire kind of bo who have oul of reach in Men's: Church with three base hits and All campers play a i p1iNiMe,,;; .;.::"'::::;;.-'1
Lt'enorklng real hard League softball sponsored by Mark Pa tray and Robert Best Presbvtenan! meets First t each day and are taught game 1 fr).D.tlfO'lM a the Starke Recreation Department with two hits each. Ricky Baptist Friday. night June 4. rat methods found successful for I -rnuem.' boon ai"' I

I Johns took three hits in three 7.'M:: and :Morgan Road I I.:x)>'s ages 9-15 vears Full m'ormalion I name. I
ONROUTC JlJohn Leading batter of the night trips to the plate for :Madison plays :Madison Street at H:4: : f ajout the I I
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hits. Bobby :Norman'\ Buddy Tournament ht'relay: :io Baptist Church
Palerson Bruce Jackson and Two other local golfers
Paul Parsons each smacked a Adams defeated Bo placed in their flights
pair of hits but couldn't Williams by three strokes Richard Odom look first place
match the :Madison Street after being behind three in his flight and Gary Viach
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[Inexperienced Tiger Gridders WinIlBoth Hasty Green






CHIEFLAND Quarters..... Of Grid- -- .laniboree, -- 4 o f'4 njt1p{I .',(' (f'a) l ,,\\t Sets To SavannahHasty Trip


ember A young 24- "It was a joy to behold," the five ready to score, a Mike Dukes with each drive, Green men's slow-
Union
County Tiger Yanossy bragged of the defen three-freshman, one sopho- in the unusually rainless even- f 4' pitch softball team travels to
I grid squad "kept the winning sive maneuvers that kept more defensive team held to ing. Tiger offense consisted of fJ ", 4" tJ Savannah, Ga., this weekendfor
tradition" at the spring jamboree Dunnellon the into four different all i 64-team tournamentafter
from scoring at the plummet scrimmage only plays, a
I here Thursday night, sudden death.Dunnellon up the middle, again pushing : winning two and losing
V 'l"S: &
I May 27, by downing both Wil- end of and ::: in the
regulation play. As a a pretty big Dukes in the halfback position e k Yl' two Lake City Invitational -
)iston and Dunnellon 60. penalty at the end of the regu- strong team, ran a straight T .". / last weekend.
4
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A Glen Kemp 35-yard pass lation time put Dunnellon on pushing at veteran linebacker In learning the best combin- M: HG took to the winners'
to Danny Johns on the 15 yard ations to look forward to next r ... r,1; 'r.' bracket early Saturday morn-
lime secured the one-quarter year, Yanossy said that I j ,19. j ing with a 17.1 victory over
RVm over Williston in the first Misfits Remain UnbeatenIn Danny Johns, at 6'3", 180 ,r rJ 11i "'-' .,. I Barnett Bank of Jacksonville.
quarter of Jamboree play. pounds, proved to have the \ i fl11J.W .1'11 Claudell Rhoden packed in
,;;Williston didn't look too strong knack for bringing down tJ \ ; two homers in three times at
[[,;,offensively, according to Slow Pitch SoftballStarke Kemp's passes. Best ball car- ?{! ) the plate for the Hasty team.A .
( assistant coach Frank
riers of the evening proved to second victory Saturday
I'anobsy, and Kemp played a be Dukes at 5'11"J80, and vet- night over Wood Hopkins of
(fantastic game after only two Misfits remain The team's 14-0 winning Members of the second place winning" men's nnflball team Green; :Machine, which liiMed a recent
eran Sam Jackson. Jacksonville put HG further
weeks of quarterback undefeated for the 1976 season record does not include Invitational tournament are prac- "They just came out with along in the Leading
tourney.
lice. after victories last week over tournament play. Misfits have Rhoden, Randall Symons. Jr., Johnnie Powell Tom Watson Donnie Falcon and Eddie: Douglas.
Kemp and Randall Griffis the Cross Creek Gators, the won two of three Invitational enthusiasm and did exactly Standing: Randall Symons sponsor Jack Hazen, coach Sidney Jackson: imiii.ixcr fownseiid hitters in the 20-7 win were
what they were supposed to Andy Harmon who hit
each had interceptions in the Starke Senior Boys and Bad- tournaments entered this sea- do StrIckland,Ronnie Griggs, Bill Kelton,Jim Bnrllnglon, Kamlall :McGee; ,John \\Iltso", Km Carlton on
Yanossy said of the team three-of-three and Joe
Billy
cock Furniture in the Men'sOpen The only losses
squad's
115 minutes of play, as the son. Gary Melvin, Bobby Stevens and Dennis Cravtfmd.GM '.
Slow Pitch Softball this season went to Casa stripped of all but five return- Sanford who connected on
defense held down all Willis- ing starters when coach three-of-four. Homers by
the DeCor of Gainesville and
League sponsored by
Jton maneuvers "pretty good, Starke Recreation Depart- Hance Construction of Fer- Jimmy Thomas resigned after Khoden, Claude Hardee, and
Yanossy said ment. nandina at the Waldo Invitational two weeks of spring training. Wesley Sheffield put the team
j Kemp, who replaced Paul Tournament May 21-23. Jackson ran the ball insidein Softballers HeadingFor way out in front against Wood
White in the quarterback spot Although slow in getting The Misfits will be hosting a power lays. Joe Norman Hopkins.
|two weeks ago when many re- started because of the rain, tournament at Westside Park and Daryl Williams deserve However, HG lost a toughone
turning starters quit, was all the Misfits topped Badcock 19- June 11-13, where 14 teams credit for effective blocking at on errors to Big 10 Tire of
over the place, threw several 3 at Westside Park Thursday, will vie for honors under tackle, and guards Tony Perry 11-10 Sunday afternoon.
|nice passes and only missed May 27. The team was still American Softball Association Roberts and Fred Clemons, Big Savannah TestGreen Arnett Lee went three-for-four
|one snap in the first quarter of plagued with Injuries from sanction. After the tourna- with Danny Johns at tight end, trips to the plate, and Rhoden,
[play, Yanossy said. Wednesday night's game with ment,the Misfits will travel to kept the Tiger offense alive In Gene Maldin and Sheffield
n An up-the-middle drive the Seniors, in which the Mis- the all-contact offense, each connected on two of
for another invitational
had
Anthony yet Machine slow "We ilidn't t 'loo Eddie Douglas a
pitch just (x-rluiin game
from the three
the
[ finally put fits chalked up a 10-5 win. Mis- Yanossy said, UU'l'e. llardee again spurredthe
tourney softballers will this well ll.itdicr ol the 4-for-4 at the plate.
compete poUt-t
says
Dunnellon
Tigers on top of 60n fits took a 14-7 win over the Union County's 24 gridders team with a home run.
the third after four Only one game was played weekend in Savannah, Geor- Moultnc: tUUI'I1.I1III'III. making: Simons and Uarlirgton wore
quarter Gators in Cross Creek will not hang helmets until
Macclenny
udden death overtime Mon- Monday, May 31, in which up gia's annual tournament that excuses fur the I't down the 3 fOI"-", and Eddie lawn 2.for- Surveyors
fall practice begins, although doused all of from
rising
Brooker went 14-5 the has of the Maclmieli.ul allot u its Then the second loss hopes
/periods/ beginning on the 10 day, May 24, in slowpitchplay. by many of them will stay in developed into one inning 3 came the losers' bracket for the
line. Senior Boys. top five in the country, first torn Muncut: thl'lt'k Mimltrie's: lUewer Costin
,yard, training, Yanossy said. Starke team,handing HG a 14-
.,
according to Coach Harry Ix-foie the \liiulliic': toutncy which Imished fourth in the
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Hatcher. The :\Iadlilll' lost the second loin mil II e III
Small Fry Softball slammed out two homers,
The Savannah features
tourney game a 7 to Fix & H\ lit>l {;u't'nIadline: used only 10( along with Danny McKinney
'( the top slow pitch soil- Orlando in what Coach IKUchor the Leading Hasty Green hitter
t Our players in tournament,
: Play UnderWay ball teams in the south, termed
s a "picttx good ktcpingseveral players on the for the tournament Khoden
Small Fry softball, for boys Jacksonville including Warren Motors of ball game" which !saw loiry bt'lIdllor fear of injury on the kept a 643 batting average,
,Jerry's Catering
fattetSa and girls ages 6-9, will be of Miami, and the Gainesville llardee go for-4 and Jim muddy field, followed by Billy Joe Sanford
played each Monday and Garlington go 2-for-3 at the 'I hi' Machine hit .470 ns a who averaged 615
Merchants who sixth in
were plate. Ken Carlton also (tie "not Hasty Green will host a
Wednesday starting at 3:30: team in touirumcnt.
{ \ the Class A play in the homered for GM. Fix & Fix too terribly bad|," Haulier tournament June 25.27 of 16

.\\\\\ p.m.Each team has 16 players local national team last Hasty year.Green Another, will went the on tourney.Knocked to take. second placein points out.Gatnrettes: teams Westside Park.

Schedule: Wednesday, June
also play in the tournament into the loser's
2: 3:30: Braves vs. Bobcats, (See other story in this issue..) bracket early, the Machine Chamber: Of Commerce: Super D.
4:15: Gators vs. Jaws; Mon. ,
::3 "A real critical tournamentfor
survived until the fifth!
c"a"ge day, June 7: 3:30: Gators vs. us," is the way Coach Hat game I
when 13 sixth
t X Starfires, 4:15: Jaws vs. Bobcats a run inning by
cher sees the Savannah test Brewer Costin of Moultrie saw Win In Dixie Youth Baseball Play
for the Green Machine which GM go down 186. Two GM

Farmers Market U.S. 301 North 964-7871 placed sixth among 16 teams fielding errors opened the Chamber of Commerce and night.. Chuck Johnson and
in the annual Moultrie Invita-
Sister gates Coach Hatcher sa>s. Super D teams came out on tommy Powell each had one
tional two weeks ago. The GM: was leading 4 2 going into top in double.header Dixie hit for the Elk's Lodge
Co-op Director 120 Tires Machine had its troubles in Die sixth.
Mary the mud and rain in Moultrie Youth Baseball action Friday Super D walloped Guaranty
that weekend. Donald Falcon, Johnnie night, :May 28, putting the Federal in the second game of
Powell and Ronnie Griggs( Chamber team in a strong the night, putting together a
"We need well
B-78-13 to perform were all 3 for-4 at the plate for first place with five wins, two 110 w in behind the pitching of
$176 Save 50% Plus 1.82 FET PalmReader up our there feet back(Savannah on the ground) to get," GM; id the second loss. losses, in play sponsored by Rowdy Waters and Barry
GM: opened with an 14-11 I win the Starke Recreation Department Johnston, who allowed no hits.
i, G-78-15 & says Coach Hatcher. GM has over All Sports of ,Albany Barry Johnston led the way
$2776 Save 26% Plus 2,65 FET played in seven tournamentsthis Randal Simons,Tei ry I Iial dee Chamber players swampedthe at the plate with three hits in
in six and
;t spring placed and Bill Kelton all went 3 for4at Elks Lodge team 13.3 in four times at bat and Waters
I. ''p H-78-15 Advisor. won one, the coach points out the plate in the win. the first game of the night. picked up two hits.

$2876 Save 20% Plus 2.87 FET Savannah The Machine at 8 ,opens in After the initial loss to t'ix & 'I he Chamber began by scoring Chamber of Commerce
a m Saturday
-Helps- Fix GM came back In the five runs on,two hits, answered remains at the top of the
.. "; B-78-14 against WXIA-TV out of third game to whip All Sports by two Klk's Lodge standings with a 5-2 record
2276 Save 20% Plus 1,96 FET You With LoveMarriage Atlanta.There are 64 teams in a second time, 11: 5, Randal! runs in the bottom of the inning Guaranty Federal and Gem

'. ,. +r ...'Jbe Savannah tournamentwith Simons went 4 for.5 and John Elks: picked up one more Jewelry are tied for second I .
JJ & 125 games scheduled. Watson and Jim arlington; run in' the second but were with 3-2 records Super I D now

Some Additional Director 120 Tire Values The tournament started Tuesday both went 3 for-4 for GM: held scoreless for the rest of takes fourth at 3-3 and Elk's
BusinessHwy night with local Savannah GM edged Buddy's of the game while the Chamberput Lodge is winless in five

teams taking part in play- Tallahassee 1(1-9( in the font thThank one man across in the games

E-78-14 2776 Plus 2.27 FET H-78-14 *327 Plus 2.83 FET 99 W. Lake City Fia downs this week, .. _. !second, four in the third and Friday. June, Chamber of
h Commerce tests its
three in the fourth inning. again
F-78-14 2978 Plus 2.43 FET I i J-78-15 34" Plus 3.03 FET you notes THE OFFICE skills against Guaranty Federal
1 SHOP, Fit 964 576-1 All 13 runs were scored on I at 5:30: pm. and (,I'm

G-78-14 297S Plus 2.60 FET78.15 35" Plus 3.14 FET CENTRAL HEAT & AIR Stamp pads THE OFFICE only three hits off Elks pitcher Jewelry meets Elk's Lodge at
SHOP, n,. 964 5764 Brian Thomas, Scott Hudson, 7 p.in, These two games will
I Eddie: Winkler and Kenny conclude the first half of the*

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I" r SPRAYER FENCE CONTROLLER 'FLORIDATHEATRE Gatorettes Win
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PLASTIC 115 Volt A.C.
Power Fence Women's Open knockers. Singletary led the
Softball team retained first Merchants with two hits.
A 3 Gal Lightweight Condition Light, COMPLETELY place in the league Thursday Griffis, Atwood and Hall each

r Ground night, defeating Brooker 14-0 had two hits for the Stump-
Heavy Duty Sprayer Condition I I r Fri. Sat. Sun. to bring its season record to 4- knockers.
Light
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Will Not Rust Out Thermal Break w i INSTALLED Department sponsored play. ettes, the Merchants hold a

Weed Cutter Leading batters for the close second place with a 3.1
\ Gatorettes Friday night were !season Mumpknockcrs are
76 Controls Up To 3 Miles ( Francis Coltrane and Carolyn third with a 1.3 record and
Save $294 17 '28 76 Heilding with two hits each, Brooker is winless in four
Save 5" Rhonda llarrell of Brooker games.

1490 also had two hits, but the team :Merchants challenge the
remained scoreless. Gatorettes at 7:30: tonight
STEEL PANEL GATES .--' In the second game of the (Thursday June 3)) and
-1: night, the Merchants took an Brooker meets the Stump-
.. Plus R5 win over the Stump knockers at 83.:
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Berry, has been selected to and weighs 220 pounds He is

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star cage game set August 6 at BUS all-state eager Donnie
Rugged Hinges Automatic Latch i.r SAVE $$ ON 301 the University Florida gymIn Sewell who signed a football

Gainesville scholarship with Georgia

MAGIC FINGER YOUR ELECTRIC DRIVEINShowtime Berry averaged 17 points Tech.Wayne is the second BHS

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PEA SHELLER Adjustable BILL : 8:30: the 1975 Tornado cagers at the play in the all-star game. The
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Shells Peas & Beans, WRENCHSET Carried new "SUPER Fri. Sat. play basketball with alencia ears ago from the outstanding
Community College in Orange BHS five that went to the
Shells Up Two 6" unit it now alto County. lie lettered three state tournament.

Bushels An Hour $876 I tie available efficiency), Demand comparison to IMNMI jjlgg 8g Henry. Earns Letter .it Southern ."iI. .

Contain' 1 each 4 In,8 befere you buy. IITTIESBUHGIalachi: junior year at USM where he
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alMl", packed In up received a football letter the leading punt returner
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I Moonlight Excursions Were Popular Pastime L ;,\:



Among 01l1l/{ Folks In The Gay '90s

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'Inspite of the disagreeable for "Christmas Races" 1'r ;
weather last Friday evening LFEG sponsored by the Starke
a large crowd took in the Racing and Athletic
moonlight excursion which Assocla tlon."Several.

was run by the A.S.R & G.Ry'. prominent
to Burnett's Lake. There must businessmen of Starke and
have been something over 100 Lawtey have formed a
people on board as two company which will go under
passenger coaches were the name of the Starke Racing
pretty well packed. The & Athletic Association. ,
excursion left this city at 6:30.: {
und returning, left the lake at The object of this company
11 o'clock" is to give a number of f{ '
interesting and exciting horse y
Railroad "excursion" tripsto races on the half mile track in "('1M f ti
various cities and North Starke on Monday, Dec. I
recreation spots in the area 26. Mr. Edward Middleton,
were one of the chief ESS <
our progressive liveryman,
diversions of the 1890'S and has charge of affairs at this t
were offered to the public by place and he will leave .N
the railroads at greatly nothing undone in order to
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reduced rates. Families would give the people an interesting } r1k
pack a lunch and climb and exciting day of sport.
aboard for a day of fun and +
recreation, returning home "The Association is workingto k
late that night. secure cheap rates on the
Cornet Band of this city this city and the excursionists two railroads coming into
An article describing one of furnished for the returned to their homes.
music Starke, and it is safe to say
these outings appears in the occasion, and played at every that a large crowd of visitorson
5, lrt' 8 of the "The people are all
\ issue young
Florida station en route. The boys our streets will be the
Weekly Advocate, a played remarkably well and eager for Capt. Tompsett to result of their labor. Mr. VJ, J
another
newspaper published in succeeded in livening up run moonlight" Shipman of Lawtey is ,
excursion to the lake.
Starke for several
years things at all stations along the president of the Associationand
around the turn of the
century. But railroad excursionswere
will do everything in his
The Advocate report line."A by no means all the power to make the affair a
continues: quartette composed of excitement provided locally success."
several members of the band for youngsters, as well as
"\\hile at the lake the
ladies and entertained the excursion on oldsters, in the Gay 90's, as Other items of interest from ;_ ----- _
vuung gentlemen board the train returning told by the following news the 1898 Advocate: .
enjoyed a delightful dance in home At 12:30: the train pulledup story in the Jan. 8, 1898
the large pavilion The Victor at the F.C. & P. depot in Advocate announcing plans WEATHER SIGNALS "lb '
Through the efforts of Mr. u'roSue'ef'fl"Ope1'l''f'iflff
LC. Hull and several of our

citizens, we have now a .
splendid weather signal The show will go on this Friday and Saturday nights, as the ,lrrrCutwrilpr., Jerry l'etrella.'rhird row : Jeff. JIK krl lieliiml

service.. If you will notice the Starke Woman's Club offers "How To Succeed In Uiixinoss... Dun :Neel' John Schmiill., i'li.nlcs, Mall, Jeanne Inpei. I'anl I
front of the Without Really Trying." :Members of the cast and production
the in
etHTOKlALS flags postoffice on every pole morning you staff Include, I-r, front row: Sylvia: Reddish. Kevin \.>el. (iroxerHoward. I liili'hins. C.irohn, ('1111"\, IMihieixiilfiii, :Nancy Hester.

can tell just what kind of .Janice Jockrl. Elaine Ca nova. Second ruOon: Neel. :MUli.iiHnlfiii.! :MOIIJ C.in weather to expect for the day Judy Goodowns Sandy Sanders Carol :Milner. Told Schmidt, .'"('krl.

following. :

Here is a list of the different Letter to Kdilor

Gray... Power Needed square flags and white their flag meaning means clear: A County Agents By .. Dear Editor: about these important years
in their lives.It .
weather; square blue, rain;
black triangular, moderate; Bobby I' My applause to Lois Bennett seems to me that there
white with black center, cold Notebook and others for their letters and should be more parent
U.S. Senator Richard Stone introduced the Stone bill, the $7,800 earnings ceiling wave. To.ylor' to the Telegraph, for its involvement I do not knoww '

legislation this week to allow Soc- would be adjusted annually to take TRAIN TROUBLE editorial against "the fence". hy t here is not a PTO or PTA

care of future inflation. A lot of parents, myself or PTSA., but perhaps if there
ial Security recipients to earn more out- Every night the log train
folks who worked included!, don't know what is were one, some mistakes
Many
blocks be Calves
side income without being penalized. The second Stone bill requires memo completely up may necessary. could be prevented, instead of
Pennsylvania Avenue and hard in their gardens this vaccinated at this younger being done or planned at
and( for the first time-- to make members bers of to Social Security school until after it's done. 1 regretted
Congress pay West Street, and parties who spring are now being age should be revaccmated at
of Confess, pay Social Securitytaxes. taxes to insure that they live by the wish to cross the railroad at rewarded with a lot of good approximately 6 months of believe we are all concerned Edna; II KnepptrHt !

:Senator:;; Stone believes that these same retirement rules they set for those points find them blocked quality fresh vegetables and age to get lasting immunity about how our children feel 3 Box 2.14 Starke

two bills would "correct glaring inequi- else "Placing members of up and consequently they are fruit. Looks like this will be -
everyone compelled to go four blocks one of our better years for
ties in the
present system. Congress under the system won't solve before they can cross.The city production even though we

Removing the work penalty will benefit all the problems but it will show our authorities should look into have had poorer farm prices
the matter. and more than our share of
faith in sharing the costs
good personally
:an estimated one million ablebodied insects and diseases. do know.
senior citizens who are capable of holding and trying to make the system more FOOTBALL POPULAR you .

down full\ time but equitable and more financially responsible Hope you have had samplesof
\ jobs, are now The boys at the Bradford
some of these fresh vege-
being discouraged: / from working by the the Senator said. County High School have a tables that are now in supplyat

stiff penalties that prevent them from When the Social Security system was beat.football The team members that is hard are to local markets the farmers about ourcustomer

earning over $2,760 per year first established, members of Congress Gardiner Anthony, Jonnie retail market, or from your.
own or neighbors garden.If
Under the present law a Social Sec- already were protected by the Civil Ser- Sydboten Richard you your have not had sweet

urity recipient between 65 and 72 vice Retirement Fund and they Ned Fernandez, Rodman Alvarez Jones, corn, tomatoes, peas, okra, or service
yearsof Powell, Cosmo ,
exempted themselves from Social Sec beans make it a point to get
age must forfeit $1 in Social Security Bowden Alvarez, Arthur this week.I .
some
payments: for every $2 earned over the urity. However as pointed out by Senator Ritch, Will Kerce, Carl

$:!,7f>O limit. The average beneficiary, Stone many workers today are cov- Knight, and Gussie Knight. I have had a couple calls

who is eligible to receive around $206 ered by private pension plansbut theyare !The'ist Saturday boys had a practice and game did about sick calves that have department ?
evening
still required to for Social Secur- to be the disease

!per, month, is cut off completely whenearnings pay some fine playing. proven Blackleg -
reach about $7,700 annually. ity. Why then the special treatment for People can get very
about this disease and
upset
There is no excess earnings limitationfor Congressmen and Senators? STILL NO WATER think that their herd is aboutto If you have a question about your bill or want a
Starke is healthy, but a good
recipients over the age of 72. Florida's junior senator believes that system of water works with even be wiped though out.the Fortunately disease is, change made in your service (such as a phone

The Stone bill would beneficiaries insuring the fiscal integrity of the Social pure, fresh water would serious and will kill few
permit this health conditionof a moved, an extension installed or your directory
should be foremost improve
Security system our cattle, it seldom reaches
epidemic
to receive as much as $7,800 a
year bills these things materially listing changed) call our business office. If
income from continued employment before goal. If his two are to bring proportions.

Social Security benefits begin decreasing needed improvements and make the ELECTRIC HEADLIGHTSThe Blackleg is an acute infectious your phone is out of order (the bell doesn't

at the rate of $1 for each $2 system fairer for older persons who are F.C. & P. is equippingtheir disease that affects
can't hear be heard havea
additional income. willing and able to continue in useful engines with electric mainly young cattle. It is ring, you or or you

employment then the added costs must head lights. An "extra" came found most everywhere in the continuing problem of any kind), call our
Although the Social increased down the line Tuesday night United States including Flo-
Security Administration be accompanied by revenues. service number.
with the electric light rida where wet heavily contaminated repair
already has plans to move Placing Congress under Social Security illuminating the surrounding soil favors persistence
the ceiling from the current $2,760 to would help provide these revenues. country. Quite a crowd of the diseases. Cattle Whatever your question about your service

.i: ,OOO in 1977, and to $4.000 by 1980 gathered at the depot before that are6 to 18 months old are look in the front information pages of your
Senator Stone describes these increases Senior Citizens are beginning to show the arrival of the engine as the most susceptible Calves

as "UKI little, too slowly" their "gray power" in getting; behind bright light could be plainlyseen under 4 months old and cattle directory for the number to call. Helping you ,

needed legislation dealing with the wel- several miles off. past affected 2 years with of age are rarely an important part of Continental's Job
Blackleg.
By going immediately to the $7,800 fare of those 65 and over. They woulddo

proposed in the Stone bill, the average well to get behind Senator Stone's Blackleg is caused by spore-

recipient's earned income could reach proposed legislation and give him the forming bacterial the soil for organisms (c\T:: Continental Telephone SystemAn
in
living
DaQa! years.
mtDWliJfl1
almost $13,000 before that person would support he needs in steering these two Heat, cold, drying, and disin- Equal Opportunity! EmployerP" I

lose! all Social Security payments. Under important bills through Congress. fectants have very !little effecton

( JVW0 them. The organisms enter -.- = --
the animal's body through .
-
small cuts or puncture woundsin ';;; :F5' =-
-
William S. Hase the skin or through grazing. = .
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West PointRetired
Women At
Veterans Service ---- -
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Officer Blackleg is not contagious, -==-' -"-- -- --
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that is, they do not spread by ;.;:' :: : ====:
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direct contact from one amt ==- =- --;
General William C. West The General said the decision to per- Almost 48,000 children ol t mal to another. Therefore ..----;;-;-::----'lIC- "'==----=---=-- =--- ,.-

moreland took) the words right out of our mit women at West Point was an overreaction veterans are receiving train most losses are sporadic or ===- ==- --- -'""".' ===- =- -'

mouth w hen he said it is "silly" to permit by Congress to the pressure of ing with financial help from I occur only in single animals ::;:=" F
.
the Veterans Administration or a few head at any one time
women to enroll at West Pointlilitary: feminist groups, and predicted the move More than 44,000 of the infected from a common ---- ---

Academy.The might water down the Academy's curriculum children are enrolled I in 1 source. =-=-= --=:: --=..: -:'-''1"t --. :-\
-"'! -
and could create morale problems"The college level courses.
general, who is retired now and Generally, 95 to 100 percentof .; ;
what he said that pendulum has too far" The Veterans affected animals die. Death '
can pleases recent gone \
Administration pays up to $270a may be so sudden that cattle ,
Congressional" :action :allowing/ girls to Westmoreland declared "They're ask- month to help educate children are found dead in the pasture .

enter the Academy "is depriving ing women to do impossible things. I of veterans who are per- without having shown any ---- --
young/ manently and totally disabled of illness. Animals with
don't believe that women can carry a signs
men of the limited places available from serviceconnectedcauses usually have a high
pack, live in a foxhole, or a week Blackleg
go
there. He :added that "the purpose of or whose parents diedas fever. Gaseous pockets form \
West Point is to train combat officers, without taking a bath. There are plentyof a result of military service. under the skin of the hips and -- "':

and women are not physically :able to jobs they can do in the military with- Also, eligible are children of shoulders where they cause =- .
out going to these excesses" servicemen still listed as stiff ness,lameness, or paralysis -- E -
lead our forces into combat." He ad. missing in action. Death usually results in 12 r"A
milled that Forgetting for the moment the fabled to 36 hours.
perhaps one in
woman of the child
Marriage is no
10,000 would be :able to do this job "but exploits of Joan of Arc we believe the barrier to their Veterans Ad- Treatment is of little. or no

!she would ho a freak :and we're not General is right. After all. how many ministration Educational value when animals are sick I
running the other Joan of Arcs can you think of right Assistance Generally, the ,
military academy for
is the reli-
freaks" off hand? child remains eligible until his Vaccination only
26th birthday. able means of control. Vaccinate {
all calves at 4 to 6 monthsof

The children may receiveup age. In some herds where i'I'age10 \
to 36 months of schooling losses) occur at younger ages, iI
\,CRIo BRADFORD Cqp OU or the equivalent of 36 monthsif vaccination at an earlier age : } =

enrolled part-time. The

n aggregate entitlement may
N ecrm (ILetirap1rC not exceed 48 months.
UK.MOCHTIC: COMMITTEE:
If eligible children under I 18 I TOMEETJL'NKI9:

's have graduated from high 1 The Bradford County
t
> BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER school or are above the age of f Democratic Executive Com

Tio Publishers compulsory school attendance mittee will meet at 7 p.m.
the V A, may begin this 1 I Thursday, June 10, at the
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla. schooling before they reach J I Vocational Community
under Actof! March Lawtey
3, 1879.Subscription
age 18. Some handicapped I Correctional Center a'
rate in trade area: $6 per year: $3 50 six month children may begin special 1 I Lawtey. The meeting was
Outside trade area: $7 per year: $4 00 six. month vocational or restorative 5 called by the new county
Phone 964 6305 Stark, Fla. with VA financial
courses helpas 'I chairman Jimmy Crosby Jr.
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mmNOTICE CHURCH ACTIVITIES WTE Saturday night

14 Church of God: Sunday Mr. and Mrs D.R. Brown,
JTeerrrrLy and their
and Cynthia,
School 10 a.m. Worship By Elizabeth
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. mothers Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey

Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: Major and Mrs. James Mrs. George Breslin and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. attended the Taylor .Reunionat

NOTICE OFAPPLICATION delivered to you within the Stateof and YPE Friday at 7:30: p.m. Dougherty and sons, Miss Elizabeth of Jacksonville, and B.L. Wilkison, Sr. Other Lake City Sunday.Mr. Ronnie
OFAPPLICATION FOR New York); and In case of Evergreen Baptist: Sunday Erma Wilson, Capt. and Mrs. Miss Erda Wilson of Palm guests were Mrs. Lavon and Mrs and their

FOR TAX DEED your failure to appear, judgmentwill School 10 a.m. Worship Russell Lines and daughter of Beach were weekend guests of Wilkison and children for Williams and Mr son and Mrs.
TAX DEED Services 11 a.m. Valdosta Ga. Miss dinner on Sunday.The parents.
be taken against you by : Billie Col. and Mrs. William Wilson. their
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, default tor the relief demandedin Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8 Wilson and friend Miss Chris Disciples of Faith, The Raymond Bryan.'islted Mr.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Steve Bires & Warren the notice set forth below. p.m.Faith Hawkins of Orlando, Billy and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Soul Searchers, Happy Day son-in-law and daughter, and
Jacobs
that Steve Bires & Warren Hunnicut, Jr. the holder of the Dated May 11. 1976 HURST Baptist Church: Wilson, Ray McAllister Wainwright and family of Gospel Singers, Miss Sharon and Mrs. Ralph
and Gainesville
Hunnicut Jr. the holder of the following certificates has filed & KING, Attorneys( ) for Radio Program over WPXE Miss Patty Rhodes of Orlando spent the weekend Beavers, The Spokesman'sQuartette Phillip of on

(following certificates has filed said certificates for a tax deed to Plaintiff, Office and Post Office Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible Gainesville, Col. and Mrs. with their mother Mrs. Truby The Revelators Sunday afternoon.
said certificates for a tax deed to School 10 William and the Gospel Revelators Henry Hodges and children
a.m. Worship Wilson's
be issued thereon. The Address: 130 Powers Building, mother Wainwright, recently.Mr. .
De issued thereon. The certificate numbers and years of Rochester New York 14614 Services 11 a.m. and7:30: p.m. Mrs. Mabel Boyette Mr. antiMrs and Mrs. Ed Rowe gathered at the Gospel Music attended the car races in Lake

certificate; numbers and years of issuance, the description of the NOTICE: The object of this Prayer Meeting Wednesday Hal Hamilton, Mr. andHAMPTON spent the weekend with their Park at Lawtey Friday night City on Saturday night.and his
issuance, the description of the property, and the names in action is to obtain a judgment of 7:30: p.m. Bible Study. May 28, for a Gospel Sing. William Harris
property, and the names in which it was assessed are as divorce dissolving the marriage Grace United Methodist: There were about 75 present mother, Mrs. Wordie Meltonof
which it was assessed are as follows: between the parties on the Sunday School 9:45: a.m. and the music was enjoyed by Ocoee, spent the weekend

follows: Certificate No.9 ground of abandonment. Worship Services 11 a.m and AREA all.Mrs. with her son-in-law and'

Certificate No. 62; Year of Year of Issuance 1974 The relief sought is, A 7:30: p.m. United MYF 8 p.m. John Tye Jr., and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. .
Issuance 1974.Description judgment of absolute divorce in and Choir Practice 7 p.m. on children of Pensacola arrived Lonnie Teston Other guests 1 Ii

of Property: W% Description of Property: SE 1/4 favor of the plaintiff dissolving Wednesday NEWSby Tuesday for a visit with her in- were !their son-in-law and.

of Lots 1&2BLK17ExN5' & of NE 1/4 Ex 1 A Cemetery, Sec: forever the bonds of matrimony Highland Baptist: Sunday laws, Mr. and Mrs. John Tye daughter, Mr. and Mrs. > .
WM of Lots 1 & 2 Blk 13 L.T. 13, TWP 6 S, R-21 between the parties in this School 10 a.m. Worship Delores Meng Sr., and other relatives. John Charles Mosley and family of j/p j
Co.D/ Sec 28 Twp 6-S, R-22. action. Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Phone 468-1915 Tye, Jr., joined them Friday Highland, for Sunday dinner. jj

Name in which assessed: Name in which assessed: Frasier NOTICE: To the defendant, Prayer Meeting Wednesday at evening and they will be here Mr. and Mrs Johnny .<

Anon H. Holley. Kelly Est. c/o/ Jessie Mae HaganAll LEUGUENER JACKSON 7:30: p.m. We are happy to report that banquet. until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins of Hilliard were.'.
GRIFFIN. Northslde Baptist: Sunday Bill Maxwell is recuperating Sympathy is extended to the Tommy Talley and son joinedthe Sunday dinner guests of their

All of said property being In of said property being in the The foregoing Summons is School 10 a.m. Worship ;steadily at home following family of Charles Omer family for dinner on mother, Mrs. O.J. Anders.

the County of Bradford. State of County of Bradford, State of served upon you by Publication, Services 11 a.m and 7:30: p.m. :recent surgery. Lefebvre who died on Sunday After dinner all of them wentto
Florida. Florida. pursuant an Order of the Hon. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Denise Rahme and Sharron Thursday, May 26, following Mr. and Mrs. Barney Bradford County Hospitalto

Unless such certificate or Unless such certificate or Marshall E. Livingston, Justiceof 7:30: pm. Williams students at Temple five weeks hospitalization. Laferta, of Oakland, visit Mr. Anders.
certificates shall be redeemed certificates shall be redeemed the Supreme Court of the Bible College, have returned Members of his family from California, spent from Joseph Starling and sister $

according to law the property according to law the property State of New York, signed the PERSONALS j home for the summer months. California, Arizona, Texas, Monday to Thursday with Miss Nora Starling, attended \>
described in such certificate or described in such certificate or 14th day of May 1976 at Newark Mrs. Marian Hall of Mrs. Gertrude Slade and Tampa attended his their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. the car races in Lake City on :

certificates will be sold to the certificates will be sold to the New York, and filed in the officeof Jacksonville Beach and her ;recently attended the high funeral Saturday at St. James Waters. Saturday night. .
highest bidder at the court highest bidder at the court the Clerk of the County of sister, Mrs. Cora Hodges of
house door on the 8th day of house door on the 8th day of Monroe in the City of Rochester Macclenny, visited their i Anthony, son of Mr and and Mrs. Carl Prevatt over Tallahassee spent the
June 1976. June, 1976. New York on the 19th day of sisters Mrs. O.J. Anders and Mrs. C.H. Hansley In School News the weekend were their weekend with his mother,
Dated this 5th day of May, May, 1976. Mrs. Hester Hicks Monday. Hamstead, N.C. Mrs. Noelle Silk and her grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Truby Wainwright.Mr. .

1976. Dated this 5th day of May 5/27 3tp 6/10 Mrs. Hodges remained with Friends of the Robert Cox kindergarten students were Wayne Harper and son, for and Mrs. Robert Lee
1976. Mrs. Anders until Wednesday. family, former residents of rather disappointed not to see dinner on Saturday. Guests of have returned from a visit
By Gilbert S. Brown. Clerk of Mrs. Wade Gaskins and Hampton, will be interested to their picture appear in the the afternoon were Mrs. with their daughter Karen and

Circuit Court of Bradford BY: Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk Mrs. Lois Carter visited their :hear their son, Chuck, is a paper following their trip Lonnie Teston and her her husband in Bisbec,
CountY Florida. Clerk of Circuit Court of NOTICE OF SHER IFF'S SALE aunt Miss Debbie Phillips of High School graduate of the three weeks ago to the mother, Mrs. Wordie Meltonof Arizona.: They also spent some

5/13 4tchg 6/3 Bradford County Florida. Macclenny Friday afternoon.Mr. i Orange Park School. Hampton Fire Department. Ocoee. time in Tucson; Albuquerque, .,
5/13 4tchg 6/3 Notice Is hereby given that I I. and Mrs. Wayne Bill Summers enjoyed the However they wish to thank Friends of Mrs. Les N.lSan; Antonio, TexasI; .

-- - --- --- Dolph E. Reddish as sheriff of Gustafson of Green Cove visit of his cousin, Mrs. Alice Fire Chief George Davis and McClellan regret to learn that and New Orleans, Louisiana. '.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Bradford County. Florida under Springs visited their i Calder of Ocala, during the his assistants, Carl Dennisonand she is a patient in Jacksonville Karen Lee Martinez f
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL NOTICE OFAPPLICATION and by virtue of Writ of grandparnets, Mr. and Mrs. past week. They were treatedto Richard Keys, for their Memorial Hospital In completed her nurses'

CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Execution, to.wit: Arlie Dobbs, on Friday i a delicious dinner at the kindness in showing them the Jacksonville. She entered the training and received an
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. TAX DEED afternoon.Mrs. home of Mrs. Garnet Studer. workings of the Fire hospital Friday. Our prayersare Associate Nursing degree
Execution issued out of Circuit Loca Raulerson visited Mrs. Calder is enroute to Long Department. They especially with her. May 14 at Cochise Community
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Court of Bradford County, her brother-in-law and sister, Island, N.Y. to visit relatives. enjoyed the trip back to schoolon Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman College in Douglas, Arizona.
IN SAMUEL REE: The Marriage of that Steve Bires & Warren Florida pursuant to a Final Mr. and Mrs. Harry Busbee of Mrs. Ruth Matchett was the rear of the fire truck and sons spent the weekend She graduated with high

CROCKETT. Hunnicut Jr. the holder of the Judgement for Jean E. Mllipan Jacksonville, Saturday pleasantly surprised Sunday and the demonstration of the with their cousins, Mr. and honors and is listed in Who's

Husband/Petitioner, and following certificates has filed of Starke, Florida, and afternoon. evening, May 23, when hoses and pumps in operation. Mrs. Roy Smith of Seville. Who in Junior Colleges of
BARBARA CROCKETT said certificates for a tax deed to against Paul C. Nugent, Jr., Mrs. Joan Jones and members of the Christian Mrs Carole Shields They enjoyed a cookout America.CLASSIFIED.

Wife/Respondent. be issued thereon. The defendant in the amount of children of Jacksonville spent Church and friends presentedher accompanied her sixth grade ------
certificate numbers and years of 51,051.50 together with costs of Friday with her parents, Mr. with gifts and a nice partyas students to the Bradford
NOTICE OF SUIT-PROPERTY issuance, the description of the collection. and Mrs. Leon Wilkerson. a tribute of their friendship. Middle School which they will

property and the names in Pastor Jim Hall attendedthe Mrs. Matchett plans to live be attending in the Fall. Manyof I
TO: BARBARA CROCKETT, which it was assessed are as Have seized and have in my Annual Conference of the near her daughter, Barbara, them were amazed at

address unknown follows: possession the following United Methodist Church at in the near future. She has seeing this different type of

described personal property to- Lakeland during the week. been a resident of Hamptonfor learning center and are rather
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Certificate No. 31; Year of wit: Mrs. Virgil Griffis and and her enthused about going there. FOR RENT: Furnished 3 bedroom .
many years
Petition for Dissolution of Issuance 1974.Description 1973 Ford 2 dr. children and Mrs. Maines friends will miss being with The students especially AUTOMOBILES 2 porches, mobile
Marriage has been filed againstyou of Property: SE I.D. No. 3J87A202648 Griffis and children of her and extend their good enjoyed the delicious lunch at home. Spacious grounds
and there is a demand in the 1/4 of SE 1//4 Sec 36, TWP 5-S, As the property of the above Palatka were Sunday dinner wishes in her new home. McDonald's before returningto USED garden space. No pets. 782-

Petition that the Court award R22. named defendant and that on guests of their mother, Mrs. The Junior Choir of Starke's Hampton on Friday. Manyof 3279. Itp 6/3

that certain property owned by Monday the 14th day of June, Nellie Wilkinson, and sister First Baptist Church are these students are leaving FOR SALE: Motor Home, 1972 - - -- --
you and your Husband Name in which assessed: 1976 at twelve o'clock Noon on Mrs. Daisy Boch. practicing for a presentationof Hampton School with mixed Lifetime 20' 350 Chev., 14,000 FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished .

SAMUEL CROCKETT as Valine Caldwell.All said day on the premises of the Mrs. Hester Hicks, spent the I the "Sound of America" a feelings, realizing they have miles, self contained. 4 KW house. Available. June
tenants in the entirety, located in Bradford County Jail I will offer weekend with her sister, Mrs. Bicentennial production to be had a wonderful year under Kohler Gen., sleeps 6, radio, 7. No pets. .782 3279. 1tp 6/3
Bradford County, Florida, and of said property being in for sale and sell to the highest O.J. Anders.Mr. given June 13, at 7:30: p.m. the direction of Mrs. Shields. tape 12,000 BTU roof air. -- - - -
more particularly described as: the County of Bradford, State of bidder for cash in hand the and Mrs. Casey Dobbsof Among participants from this They will also miss Mabel Excellent cond. Ready to FOR RENT: 4 room apartment,

The East 50' of Lot Thirteen Florida above described property of said Jacksonville were area are D.J. Riddick, Cindy Sanders who has been so travel $6,900. F. Delano no pets. Call 533.2252 after 6
((13)) in Block Sixteen ((16)), in Unless such certificate or defendant to satisfy the Wednesday dinner guests of Alderman, Shian and Paige helpful to our school and plans Thomas, 964-6507 after 5 p.m, tfchg.
East Lawtey, Honda. Recorded certificates shall be redeemed aforesaid Execution. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roberts. The public is invited on retiring from teaching in p.m. tfchg. - - -
in Book 72 Page 129 Public according to law the property Arlie Dobbs. to attend this worthwhile two weeks. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom mobile
Records of Bradford County, described in such certificate or Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of production. - - - home in country. 1 child. 1

Florida.to certificates will be sold to the Bradford County Florida Graham visited their parents, Students and instructors of Hampton Lake News FOR SALE: Motor Home 1971 pet. Ph. 964 8498. Up 6/3
highest bidder at the court 5/20 4tchg 6/10/ Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice the Hampton Christian Mrs. Paul Meng returned Dodge Champion, 23.000 - - -
your Husband. SAMUEL house door on the 8th day of - - - Thursday night. Academy attended a banquet home via Eastern Airlines on miles. Perfect condition. Only FOR RENT: 2,bedroom mobile
CROCKETT, as a lump sum June, 1976. $8,500. Ph. 964-6262 or 964- home air condition and water
Mr. and Mrs
Wayne the Monday following two weeks'visit
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT at Holiday Inn in
alimony, and you are required to 8417. 5/20 3tchg 6/3 furnished. Country surroundings -
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Massey and family spent the Gainesville Saturday evening with her mother, Mrs.
!serve a copy of your written Dated this 5th day of May, on SR 235. Call 964-5630
weekend with their uncle and Walter Mouch and other
FLORIDA IN AND FOR May 29. Achievement awards
defenses, if the Petitionon after 6pm. 6/3
to Up
any 1976.
BRADFORD COUNTY aunt, Mr. and Mrs. DL. were presented at the relatives in Toledo, Ohio. .
the Petitioner's attorneys, BY: Gilbert S. Brown Clerk Hogue of Fairmount. Ga. Jim O'Neal a former -
SHAW, KOPELOUSOS & Clerk of Circuit Court of t HELP WANTED 1
CIVIL ACTION Mr. and Mrs. Emory Eunice teacher at the Bradford
HEAD whose address is 142 Bradford County Florida. and family of Chattanooga, Aluminum Cans Middle School who now livesin

West Call Street P.O. Box 1086, 5/13 4tchg 6/3 Case No. 76-147 Tenn. spent a week with their West Palm Beach was a HOUSES FOR SALEFOR

Starke. Florida. 32091. on or parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold ]]Net Residents Saturday night guest of the
before June 11, 1976 and file the
HAVE A HIGHLY and
NOTICE OFAPPLICATION JOEL RODERICK HALL, Eunice, and other relatives. Francis Meng family Eugene profitable
original with the Clerk of this
FOR Plaintiff vs SANDRA M. HALL Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brownof i Meng went with Jim to Tampaon beautiful jean shop of your
Court either before service on TAX DEED Defendant Starke are the proud $1,740 May Saturday to attend the own. Featuring the latest in SALE: 4 bedroom brick. 2
Petitioner's
attorney or parents of a son, Christopher ordination of a priest friend at jeans denims and sportswear. bath large living room, den

immediately thereafter; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, NOTICE OF SUIT DeWayne, born May 20 in STARKE Last month the Sacred Heart Church $13,500 includes beginning in- and game room on 1 land-
otherwise a default will be that Steve Bires & Warren NO PROPERTYYOU Alachua General Hospital, :Starke's ecologymindedcitizens there. They visited friends in ventory, fixtures and training.. scaped acre, Conerly Estates,
entered against you for the relief Call for Mr. Wilkerson house No. 6 Contact
demanded in the Petition. Hunnicut Jr. the holder of the ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Gainesville. Grandparents were paid $1,740 by St. Augustine before returning anytime Douglas
(15011) 2243040. 5/27 2tp 6/3 Nichols 964 8158.
are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth home. tfchg
for Dissolution of
This notice shall be published following certificates has filed an action Reynolds Aluminum
--- -- -- - - -
once each week for four ) said certificates for a tax deed to Marriage has been filed againstyou Brown of Hampton and Mr. Recycling Co. for 266,800 Miss Delores Brown spent -
((4)
CETA Division of has FOR SALE 8x41
New
Forestry : Moon
and Mrs. Vernon Mobley of the Memorial weekend with :
consecutive weeks be issued thereon. The Sandra M. Hall, P.O. Box aluminum cans.
in the Lawtey. His great friends in Orlando and St. jobs available in FOREST trailer. Well built good condi
certificate numbers and of 244 Andrews, North Carolina
Bradford years
County Telegraph. During June, the Reynolds RANGER CLERK TYPIST. tion. Call days 964-7430.
Mrs. Alice .
grandmother, Petersburg.Mark
issuance, the description of the and you are required to serve a
DATED this 6th unit will be
day of May, mobile recycling
LABOR. For additional Information nights 9646945. 5/27
Branch of Baxley, Ga. came Mitchell and Tommy 2tchg
1976. property, and the names in copy of your written defenses, if four times in Starke.
to visit shortly after he was stopping Meng caught several nice contact. Fla. State 6/3
which rt was assessed are as any to it, on the plaintiff'sattorney
born. From 9:30: 11 a.m. every bass Friday in Employment Service, Starke - - -
follows;: whose name and evening
GILBERT S. BROWN Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts Tuesday (except June 1-due to Hampton Lake. Fla. 5/27 2tp 6/3 FOR SALE: 1975 mobile home 2
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Certificate No. 61; Year of address is Hon. George H. Holiday) the unit will be at
12
and B.F. McCulley attendedthe -- -- -- bedroom ><60. 9648318.
Pierce. P.O. Box 1030 Starke
COURTBY Issuance 1974.Description Bradford in front of
Square, 5/27 6/3
retirement party for Chief HELP WANTED: Cocktail 2tchg
Florida and file the with
of Property: EV4 original the TG & Y Store, to pay 15 BROOKERIN
Glen Ray Alford at waitress Fri. & Sat. - - -
the clerk of the above Mayport nights.
: s/Beulah Moody of Lot 4 of Blk 17 in L.T. & Cos styled cents a pound for aluminumcans FOR SALE
28. : By owner, 3 old
Friday, May
Holiday Lounge year
court on or before June 18, Keystone
Deputy Clerk S/D Sec: 28, Twp 6-S, R22. and other clean
Mr. and Mrs. BRIEFBy brick home 3 BR 2
1976: otherwise a judgementmay C.K. Cowan of Heights 473-3708. Itchg 6/3 bath, C/H
5/13 4tchg 6/3/ Name in which assessed, household aluminum such as & A. Between
Jacksonville the \ Lawtey and
spent
Arron H. Holley Est. be entered against you for weekend with their pie plates; aluminum foil, Starke, 28000. 9646915.
the relief in the parents, Jeannette Prescott
NOTICE OFAPPLICATION demanded Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Robertson frozen food and dinner trays, 5/27 2tchg 6/3
,
FOR All of said property being in complaint or petition, and sister, Mrs. Edith dip, pudding and meat t FOR RENT 1 - - -- -
TAX DEED the County of Bradford, State of containers. STORK SIIOWER
Florida. WITNESS my hand and the Swinney. Mrs. Lydia Polk was hostess FOR SALE: 2 BR block home.

Unless such certificate or seal of sad Court on May 17th Friends of Mrs. Elsie Certain other items, at a baby shower given in her Family room with fire place.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, certificates shall be redeemed 1976. Norman regret to learn that j including aluminum siding, home in honor of Mrs. Joyce FOR RENT: Mobile home. Reduced $' ,000. Now

that Steve Bees & Warren according to law the property she is a patient in Bradford 'gutters, aluminum storm door Starling last Friday night, 64x12. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, $16.500. Ph. 9646262 or 964-
Hunnicut, Jr. the holder of the described. in such certificate or GILBERTS. BROWN County Hospital, as a result of and window frames and lawn May 28. She received many furnished in Hampton area. 8417. 5/20 3tchg 6/3

following certificates has filed certificates will be sold to the As Clerk of said Court a car wreck Saturday night as j furniture tubing are also useful gifts for her expected Call 4681829. Up 6/3 - - -
said certificates for a tax deed to she was returning from workin FOR SALE
3
highest bidder at the court worth 15 cents a pound if baby. ------ -- - : bedroom, 1 1/2
be issued thereon. The house door on the 8th day of BY: Beulah M. MoodyAs Gainesville. Her mother, ,properly prepared. This FOR RENT 1 family bath brick home on 1 acre
certificate numbers and years of June, 1976. Deputy Clerk Mrs. Lissie Starling of ;aluminum must be free of all CITY CLERK summer land outside city 'limits
issuance, the description of the Jacksonville, Is here with her. cottage on $29.500.
/ 6/10 materials cut to Call
Dated 5/204tchg foreign 964-8360.
property and the names In this 5th day of May, Our with them. RESIGNSMrs. Kingsley Lake for rent by tfchg
prayers are --
three -
1976. - lengths: not exceeding Castlen - --
- Joyce resignedas week AC Call 533 2366.
which it was assessed are as Miss Rachel
follows Boyer of feet and should not be mixed Brooker city clerk at a spe- tfchg FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, 1 bath,
: Gilbert S. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Jacksonville, Mrs. Jewel with aluminum cans. den, $1,000 down take
By: Brown Clerk; cial Town Council Meeting overpayments
Certificate No. 100 Year of -- -- - -- -
; Wade of
and
Tampa
Issuance 1974.DesCl'iption Clerk of Circuit Court of TAX DEED Pearl Boyer of Fairfield Mrs. "Warm summer weather is called Thursday, May 27, FOR RENT: 12 ft. wide mobile $135 monthly. 964-
Bradford County, Flonda. just beginning and that meansan Mrs. Linda Robinson was 6062. Itchg 6/3
of Property: Lots the long weekend with heir home outside city limits.GORDONS .
5/13 4tchg 6/3 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, increase in consumption of appointed to finish out her -- - - -
11. 12 & 16 & an undiv 3/21 int brother-in-law and sister, !Mr. 9646114 or 473-
in Lot 5 Lakeview S/D/ & Lot 16, that Steve Bores & Warren and Mrs. Fred Moore. thirst-quenching"beverages in unexpired term. She assumedthe 4777. tfchg FOR
They alimunum cans, according to SALE: 24' Travel
Hunnicut, Jr. the holder of the June Trailer
Sec 13 8S appointment 1, 1976. -- --- -- -- -
: Twp R22. and Mrs. Fred Moore
Name in which assessed: SUPREME COURT OF THE following certificates has filed visit Disney World while plan to John Snellen Reynolds'district FOR RENT: din's Subdivision. fully equipped $2,500. Brand
Sandra W. Davis. STATE OF NEW YORK said certificates for a tax deed to are here. they manager for PERSONALSMr. 1/2 acre lots 33Q.OO per' new Duplex 2 bedrooms.
COUNTY OF MONROE be issued thereon. The Mrs. aluminum recycling."All and Mrs. Paul Emery month. Water & Sewage CIA_964-7574. Itp 6/3

All of said property being in certificate numbers and years of David, and Joseph her mother Starling those empty drink cans and sons, Mike, Dwight and furnished. For information call -- - - -

the County of Bradford, State of SYLVESTER GRIFFIN, Plaintiff issuance, the description of the Carolyn Holmes, visited, Mrs.her mean extra money for mother of Quincy visited their Mark Olin, Olin's Mobile FOR SALE: By owner large

Flor da. against LEUGUENERJACKSON property, and the names in Mr. and Mrs. youngsters on summer Mrs. Helen Emery of Homes Sales Hwy. 100 W., brick home, custom built, 3
Unless such certificate GRIFFIN Defendant. which ,it was assessed are as parents Newson Jim vacation, if they collect them Alachua, and Mrs. Eva Starke. 964-5606. tfchg. BR, 2 bath, family room,
or follows: and sisters Mrs. for recycling," Snellen added. Harrell of Brooker .... central
certificates shall be redeemed Mary Kuhne, Miss Nannette Friday - air, heat and vacuum

according to law the property Plaintiff designates Monroe Hughes ..nd family and Mrs. through Sunday.Mr. FOR RENT: Furnished bachelorapt. system. Reduced $3.000 to"\
County as the place of trial. The Certificate No. 27 Year of and Mrs. Hubert Croftof $42.000.
described in such certificate or ; Sadie Simmons of Melrose Assorted site Index card file Mature a/c $80 Located on Bessent :
certificates will be sold to the basis of the venue is Plaintiffs Issuance 1974; Description of Saturday night.! on THE OFFICE SHOP, Ph. 9645764. St. Petersburg visited her per mo. 633 MacMahon.person 9646279. Road. Ph. 9646262 or 964- .
highest bidder at the court residence. Property: A PARCEL IN NW sister Mrs. Eva Harrell, Itchg 5/27 !17. 5/20 3tchg 6/3 e
COR OF LOT 21 BEING 240' E & Sunday. -
house door on the 8th day of - - -
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June 1976. SUMMONS WITH NOTICE W. By 363N & S, in --4 -- FOR SALE OR RENT: Store or

Dated this 5th day of May Plaintiff resides at 21 Morgan Woodlawn. Sec: 32 Twp 5 S, R- 1976. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom mobile office bldg 1200 sq. ft. Cen-

1976. Street, Rochester New York, 22.Name home. 12x60. A/C. on waterat tral air and heat. 213 E. Call
County of Monroe. in which assessed, PaulL. GILBERTS. BROWNBY Kingsley Lake. Weekly for Street. Ph. 9646262 or 964-I
Crawford Jr. WANTEDUSED summer. 5332026. 5/27 8417 5/20 ,
: Beulah M. 3tchg 6/3 -
By Gilbert S. Brown Clerk of Moody 2tchg 6/3 :
Circuit Court of Bradford ACTION FORADIVORCE -- -_ <
All of said in --------- --
property being
Clerk of Circuit
County Florida. Court of FOR SALE
To the above named Defendant the County of Bradford, State of Bradford County FOR RENT: 2 room apt. and 1 : Approx. 1 acre with
5/13 4tchg 6/3 Florida. MOBILE HOMESPaid well, pump, tank electric
LEUGUENER JACKSON Floridd. 5/20 tchg 6/10 housekeeping room all utilities
GRIFFIN. Unless such certificate or furnished. TV & air. Also pole 2 septic tanks. Off hwy
--- -- ---- 301 behind
candle
You are hereby summoned to certificates shall be redeemed - sleeping room with refriger shop .
Thank you notes TilE serve notice of appearance on according to law the property - for or Nearly Paid ForOLIN'S ator. A/C & TV. Coma to between See Ernie Lawtey and Starke.t

OFFICE SHOP Ph. 964-S784. the Plaintiff's Attorney's' ) within described in such certificate or NOTICE: Underwood Motel, 3 miles at Candle Shop.
20 days after the service of this certificates will be sold to the I will not be responsible for North of Starke on 301. Itp 3500. 5/27 2tp 6/3 ]

summons), exclusive of the day highest bidder at the court any debts made by anyone MOBILE HOMESHwy 527FOR ----
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Baton: Stationary THE of service (lor within 30 days house door on the 15th day of other than myself. RENT: 2 bedroom--mobile- FOR SALE: 3 bedroom brick, 2 J

OFFICE SHOP Ph M4-57U. after the service is complete if June. 1976. -"aroldK.Norman 100, Starke, 964-5606 home. 964-8253 or 9644850. baths, large corner lot. Ph. '
this summons is not personally Dated this 11th day of May, 3:204tchg: 6:10: Itchg 6/3 9646064. 5/20/ 3tp 6/3
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- FOR SALE: Color TV GE 12", MULTIPLE floriland'Realtf

i PERSONAL SERVICE t FOR SALE J perfect 1tp 6/3 condition. 9648002. LISTINGS 393 N. Temple Ave. /

3 BR Cor. Lot $15,000.
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4 bedroom 2 bath Vi acre, out
.. 1 Acre Building Lots on RD 16.
SEWING MACHINES Well built house
, repaired( on double corner of town. Low down if qualified.
all makes cleaned oiled ami FOR SALE: Mobile home lots lot in city with 3 bedrooms - pJ

HOUSES FOR SALE adjusted, $7 Work guaranteed $95 down. Few lots still available 2 baths, living room, famllvroom 3 bedroom, 1 bath, 2 lots, out of 31 Acres, 1/4 mi. on St. Rd., I

.... .... James Strickland, in several subdivisions. nice kitchen, central heat town. Low down if qualified. Ideal For Subdividing.
Ph 468.1551, - -
corner Morgan Road & Hwy. tfchg. and air,?separate utility room O
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Farm with home 1/2 mi.
- 48 Acre
-
16. tfchgALCOHOLICS plus swimming pool. 3 bedroom, 1 bath, in city. Low
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom 2 bath FOR SALE $5 on St. Rd. 229
-- -- -- : Roll roofing per down if qualified.
mobile home C/A and heat ANONYMOUS: roll, shingles $10.50 per sq., 18 acres In Lawtey l X71
on 1/2 ACre lot. Woodland - Cur lot, with storage Bldg.
fixtures, Fiberglasstub
plumbing
114 Christian Street Starke, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 2 acres, out
Acres 4 miles 5-10 tracts, land - -
S. high
Starke on Fla. and shower enclosures. acre on
Thursday and Sundays 8 of town.
301964.6763.6/32tchg 6/10 p.m. Tues. 1 p.m. Women's THE BARGAIN CENTER, 301 paved road. Graham area. House for Rent $75.00 mo. tu $

-------- - Group. Call 964 5709. 964- South. tfchg. - Acreage of all sizes, from $700 - ,
Lg Frame house on corner lot in 8.13 A. & Business on 301
Criuillr/jar
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- 1
5434 or 964 6894. 16tp 6/24 per acre and up. It. \.
city. Close to shopping area. .
FOR SALE: New & Used furniture - -

new carpet & - 4 BR Frame, large lot, utility Cecelia/ Terwillegar;
PERSONAL SERVICELOTT'S I AVON FALLING: To buy or self I Congoleum, cloth 30 cents 3 to 6 acres clear, 4 mi. N/W of FRED SACKETT bldg., enc. by chain link fence.
Avon. Call 755-2807 or write yd., zippers 1 cent per inch. Starke. REALTOR
Lorna Clyatt, P.O. Box 220 THE BARGAIN CENTER, 301 - 205 N. Temple ( US-301) Pearl Andrews,Assoc.
Lake City, Florida tfchg 904 9646522, 468.1751 964-7739
South. tfchg. 1 & 2 mobile home
acres sites,
-- --- -- High pressure salesmen turn me off. How do you
OF BEAUTY: Special N.W. of Starke Terms. AssociatesBill VERNIE P. ODOM
--------- feel Probably the same way. That's the reason you
BOOKKEEPING Service '
in Broker/
my Reg.
savings on Uncperm, Reg. home) through trial balance FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose hand - -- Trigg-Nite 468-1642 964 5476 967700REAL won't get any "pressure" when dealing with this real
S25, $15.
now Call Sue at 468- $56.22 hand $24.95 Dick 964-6364 estate firm.
gun guns Coss-Nite -
and all Pick I
govt. reports. -up George Roberts Jr. I
1197.! 5/27
2tp 6/3 25 automatic from We have listings and want to
and delivery. Call 9647651. guns Mac McConnell-Nits 964 8789 many we truly help our
------- --- 6/3 2tchg 6/10 $49.95. Dahmers Discount. REG REAL ESTATE BROKER customers sell and buy. But, homes and commercial
KNOW YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE tfchg. 964-7326 : properties and shown in a businesslike manner and
--- -- -- ---- tf d1aflc'e
day or night anywhere! ....
REDUCE safe & fast with --- ---- ---- details are presented in a factual, clear presentation.An .
ACCU)* checks "warning earnest will be made to all
sign" instantly right on the GoBese Tablets ElEVap FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts "arr r 9 earon. questions.A attempt answer your
"water pills". ANDREWS and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE Mimosa Manor
spot. 2995. Koch Drugs
satisfied customer is our best advertising. See us
DRUGS, KEYSTONE HOME SALES. Hwy 100 W. .ESTATE
5/27 5tchg 6/24 HEIGHTS. 6/3 2tp 610MOTORCYCLES/ Starke, 964 5606. Mobile Home ParkA today and we will make a concerted effort to sell or
-- - - tfchg. Nice Place ;;:;:_'" :;-v----------: : purchase property in your behalf.
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BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete New 3 BR 1 1/2 bath stucco
To Live
sharpening service, circular, 10 x 20 PATIO COVER: Installed CH&A ww carpet, $24,500 PREFERRED PROPERTIES
hand carbide, chain, mower $18500. uninstalled 14000. Lots DUPLEX INVESTMENT. Two bedrooms bath,
Large
t - -
blade hollow ground and 1 Gator. Mobile Home Service. L.K. EDWARDS, III & Yard CareGarbage 4 BR 3 Bath, 4 acres $45,000 living room, kitchen-dining combination on each

balanced. Leave at Jackson 372 9767. tfchg. ASSOC.. INC. REALTOR Cans - side..completely furnished..nice fruit trees..within
Starke - -- ----- distance of town.
Building Supply or Mail Boxes 3 BR CB, 6% mtg. $17.500 walking
Keystone Heights tfchg 475-263 or 473-2669 Water
1976 Suzuki FOR SALE: 1 acre homesites, Plant - MADISON STREET Beautiful, large landscaped lot :
- -- FOR SALENew: Cent. Sewage 3 BR frame, CH&A $15,000
Lake Estates, 2 mi.W.
10 II 20 PATIO COVERS: Homes motorcycle. 60 miles. Only Crosby New 3 BB 2 bath home with,' access Garbage Pickup - with well built home... BVi percent financing..near all
of Starke on Rd 100. Owner 'to beautiful', Lake Brooklyn 131,000.
and mobile homes, $180 $450. Ph. 9646262 or 964- financed. 964-6488 after 6 2 Car Parking 2 BR frame 1 acre $9,200 conveniences. ,
installed, $140 urnnstalled' 8417. 5/20/ 3tchg 6/3 Lake Lot-near Keystone Heights Concrete Patio - j
,
GATOR MOBILE HOME - --- p m tfchg.------- paved drive' septic Ready 'for your Improved Street 2 BR frame $8,400, terms NEEDED: Small houses in good repair.
SERVICE CO. Ph. 3729767, -- mobile home$ ,500. Electric Service to
SUZUKI OF STARKE' Your' ------------ 200 Amperes - MINI-FARM Charming, rustic home with 4.29 of the
Gainesville, tfchg authorized Suzuki Dealer FOR SALE: Diamond needles Lake Lots-ona acre. OK 'lor mobile Metered Gas 8.7 Acres in Starke $15,500 prettiest acres you'll ever see on a paved road and
- Phone 964 6020. 304 homes clear water skillng lake - -
East Gill
only minutes to town.
for any stereo, over 247 ,
Prices start at $10 900 near
MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also Street tfchg. different ones, we have them Keystone owner'financed, ; Move In Bonus. 12 Acres well, pole & septic
mobilu home hurricane an ".- al. Dahmer's Discount. FREE tank, fenced, $12.500 SWIMMING POOL- Hot and tired? Have fun and relax
chonng and rrohile homo root -- --------- 3 BR, 2 bath good neighborhood, 1 Month Rent - -. in your own back yard family enjoyment plus ideal
Ohn's MOBILE Home near schools swimming pool Electric Hookup Need 2 to 5 acres North of
coating. entertaining. An attractive home with a marvelous
June 5, 'fenced
YARD SALE: Saturday, back yard.S
Service. 964 5606. St. Rd Starke buyers waIting.Call Florida
room. Easy financing.
FOR Across
SALE 1002 Rqad.
Butler
16W & Jct. 233, Starke, Fla [ J Acres: .City Co zoned agriculture Phone 964.7498
Street Baptist
from Madison Prices start at 18.40010%.\ down 10 11 anytime- also ,
tfchg. ballfield. Men's, women's acres also tvailabla, evenings GOOD NEIGHBORS Beautiful nearly new home in
gid'sand baby clothes shoes, (associates) Green Acres with everything you would want in a
BUILDING REMODELING FOR SALE..Swimming pool baby furniture and much Lake cottage on beautiful' 100' of 964-7154&782-3397 home. Owner is retiring from Navy and moving to

Repairs, Room additions sacrifice. Leading more 9 a.m. till -. tip 6/3 white financed sand Spring beach Lake.: $29000 owner ItS' LAWTEr Fit.78238O Mississippi. Ninety percent financing to qualified

Garages and carports manufacturer and distributor -- -- - - Ralph Bryan Real l Estate client. ,
enclosed, kitchens, baths and has aluminum rectangular Waterfront Lots on Santa Fe ,
'+ status wire a lour
roofing Free estimates, Mar pools left over from 1975 Residential Homesites$9,000 to Specializing in Lots and Acreage Tr INVESTMENT 1.74 acres adjacent to Piggly-Wirjqly
cus Griffis. 473-2108 5/27 season, 1/2 price, guaranteed FOR SALE: 1975 Suzuki T 500. $12,500 Good terms, For Building or Mobile Homes. plus a gracious, two story home with CH&A.
4tchg 6/17 1,000 miles. Like new. First - -- -
__ installation and terms. Call
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trailer behind Pinehurst LAND BOOM Florida is scheduled for a land boom in
collect, Jacksonville days or grocery Bradford County Beautiful Lots on Sampson Lake 100 ft UNITED FARM
INC.
AGENCY.
WILL BABY SIT for any age evenings 904-398-5103. tfchg 1tp 6/3 Viacre: homesites with access to on water. $7,800 owner 1978similar to 1920 consider 60 acres on Bessent plus
Real Estate Broker
child in my home. 964 6821. -- - ----- Santa Fa Only 7 lots left. $320 financing Reg home and trailer.
2u6 S.Water St.
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tfchg FOR SALE: Fresh produce on down, $40 a month.
the farm. Peppers, beans Notional AdvertisingPaul KEYSTONE PARADISE LAKE Large recently
- - -- - RALPH BRYAN J
WANTED-Residemial site for WATSON'S HOUSE OF cukes okra, etc. Call 9645219or Lake Hampton Ouks. I'h: acre FaulknerBroker built brick home in a jewel like setting which offers the IJ
pool. Leading VACUUMS: Many brands of 9648877. tfchg, lake lots 514,500. 1 acre [ Realtor Irene Faulkner-Assoc.9645065 ultimate in living comfort surrounded by plenty of
swimming new vacuums. Used machines
---- - property.
Distributor wants a nice backyard available. Expert Repairs all -- homesite 4000. atawe 964 8788 day or night
FOR SALE: 1973 HODAKA 150 - 2 BR Frame 90' x 100' lot
1976
to display new makes. Pans and accessoriesfor 100 in pasture 200 in
NEEDED 300 acres approx.
Wombat. Well taken Watch for :
care of, our opening of $7.90000
model of above ground pool. all vacuums. Built-in $350. Call ... timberland.
for Jessie 782- 14 Bradford County's "Keystone MOBILE HOME -
Top consideration given
central cleaning
Don't this vacuum after 5pm. Itchg 6/3 Oaks" a new residential subd. 5 Room Frame carpeted &
prime location. miss 404 NW 10th Ave.
opportunity. Call 384-5156 systems.Gainesville. 376-7110. tfchg -- - ---- -- one mile from Keystone with 1 PARKINSIDE panelled, air cond., 1 acre, Cecelia T. Terwillegar, Realtor

Jacksonville collect. tfchg 5/6 FOR SALE: Sears 3 wheel ac. and /i ac. homesites. Sites $15,91)000) 206 West Madison Avenue, Starke. Florida,)
---- --- -- CITY LIMITS
bicycle. Like new. Cost $189, available Immediately.Look -- -
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Swimming pool owner only $75. Ph. 964 6262 or 964- for model homes soon I WALK TO BRADFORD SQUAREOR 57 acres beautiful, land, frontageon
HORSES BOARDED, acres of transferred, must be sold. 8417. 5/20 3tchg 6/3 DOWNTOWN Hwy 301, $57,000 good terms OFFICE PHONE 964-7776

pastures, many wooded trails, Above ground aluminum, -- - - 30 Per MonthALL -- m HOME PHONE 964.5145
$2% per month. For further original factory crate never CITY CONVENIENCESFIRE We have several 20 acre tracts in
information please call 964- erected.: Will move & installon HOUSE FOR SALE improved pasture with pecan

7490. Wed., Thurs.. Friday your property. Pay balanceof Amway ProductsNew POLICE PROTECTIONCITY trees Some of the nicest land in
between 10 and 2. 5/20 4tchg $795. Call 721.0122 collect. Florida Here is what you have always GAS. WATER AND SEWER Bradford County.

6/10 5/134tchg 6/3 Distributorrrodiiclsl'orAII desired... Jo-Lu Motel -- -- -

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PERSONAL SERVICE 30-year- FOR SALE: 48 inch; chain;; link <<: 3 BR 1 1 1/2/ Bath Home, 5 964-8810 'TF CHG FOB SALE File,' I Luxes guides Jnilk Pup\ ) while \nl w.ull50O
: fence $1.55 ft. installed. Free months old, C.B. : topirs ut u rc.isiiii.il' !
old white female experienced) Estimates 12892141. 5/27 Home& PersonalCare Construction on 130' Sundays JIB 11 Jills., Evt'iylhiiH, ) you m-ed pike T I UK: 41Phll. h': :MIDI'.
and fur fixiii0 i filing system' All for
in elderly cancer patient !
6/17 700 lot at I'll. !'IM--iThl.:
4tchg frontage by deep
care. No live ins, own trans SANDERS 10:35: A.M. sale ot The Office Shop .
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portation. Call 964-5252 79 MONEY BACK
p.m.or 964-5142 daytime. 6/3 FOR SALE-Daylilies, all colors, GUARANTEEPhone LAWN SERVICE WPXE Radio:
Bill Powell Broker
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hybrids newest varieties
2tchg 6/10 Diploids and Tetraploids .50 !1-5673 964 6464 964-5529 1490 rrWcllDrillinq
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LOSE WEIGHT safely & last cents and up. Mrs. R.F. Or-lliH-2101 LICENSED INSURED ARE YOU INTERESTED?

with X-11 Diet Plan 300. Young, 203 Christian St. Kdllornsby; Call Wayne Douglas ..
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964 6693 tfn
Reduce Excess fluids with 2tp 5-2721p6-3: I

X-PW. $3. Koch Drug Store. -- -- I I \| I Are interested in securinga
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6/3 IStchg 9/9 "GRAPEFRUIT PILL" with Dia r

- - dare plan more convenientthan I 6" .
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YOUNG WOMAN, 38, desires grapefruits eat satisfy Long Champ 6Jhe3arkinj / .
Fast Rotary
position live in your home ing meals and lose weight a

and care for sick or elderly. Andrews Drugs, Keystone Home and Grooming F4H *JM ViW"! I Drilling Equipment I Are you interested in good
Room'board $25 per week. Heights. 5/27/ 2tp 6/3 I Dog \

Call anytime 468-1666. tfchg. -- -- BuildingMaterials ) (1 BathingAll State Licensed I wages ?

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LOVING child by CARE experienced for your Christian infant or fL HICK'SilPpOODLE -WE BUILD Breeds : I pump\\ : Are you interested in liberal

teacher. Daily or weekly. Call "YOUR PLANS OR OURS 404 W. Madison St. Starke
Mrs. Helen Murphy, 9647194. benefits?
6/10 YOUR LOT OR OURS"LFREE Closed Sun. & Mon I company
6/321p Call For Appointment
ESTIMATES- Next To Wiggly) New & Used
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REMODELING REPAIRS; i 964-5221 3lB-e, 1O SaleS PansService
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BRASINOTONCadillac Full Time ADDITIONS Florida Steel Corporationin
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Sales A Service GroomersAppointments HOMES BOUGHT r 1117 1. e tl I E-Z TermsPlumbing Baldwin is hiring hourly

Finn Svlvi, lion Of Used SOLD TRADED r

Cadillac Can/Taken Iraili-it O.t) For ACREAGE FOR SAL J & ID ROOFING-1 I I I production workers right

Your Convenience
2001 N.W. 13 371.$301GAINESVILLE 964-6853 .-n .i now. So if you are interested -

964-78379-20 e,24 Hwy 301 S Starke TrOlin's tI New Installation/
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Apply
now.
Jimmy Moore's !I:'!: Repairs

Sun Sports Subdivision I .-:.'!,.A-.... '. .. .. I An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F

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STARKE YOUR PH MONEY- 964.5791 TF I I I I I I All Types Roofing I II Pumps & Supply Florida SteelCorporation

COMPLETE OUTBOARD ASTERN Residential & Commercial

DRIVE SERVICE L$1L I FREE Roof Inspection I Company

AND REPAIR AF
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COMPLETE FIBERGLASS to I .New Roof Or Repairs I 864 N. Temple Ave.

REPAIR tt Acre Loll For Rent 30" Per Mo Water 8 Call 964-7 410 Starke Box 518 Baldwin Fla.

CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS Sewage Furnished I TF Off SR 217 East of Baldwin
Estimates '
Free 5/20,82 964-7061
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FISHING Call Mark Olin L
964.5606 Hwy 16 8 Morgan Rd. >.tv -i - -_ -S



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