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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 10, 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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What do you say when an newly-appointed superintendent we pat ourselves on the back that caused him to take drugsin duates from this pilot pro- Through this, men will con- ';.::.; ,.
inmate asks to" give you a B.J Leverette. for keeping a man dried out. the first place," Jones told gram have signed up for a tinue to sit down and help one .'
"warm fuzzy? "We are so glad that we We were treating the condi- the inmates. continuing program, called another keep the identity of 1tI.i
.k You accept. That is, if youdon't finally have someone with the tion rather than the situation More than half the gra- the Circle of Fellowship. (Seepages) : I
.., mind receiving a kind compassion and credentials to :
word, a compliment or a pat do something for us when we
on the back. are unable to help ourselves," .J i it : '
For many Inmates, warm said inmate master of cere-
r fuzzies do not come naturally. monies Jack Murphy in BRADFORD COL
However, at least 200 inmates thanking Leverette for Introducing E ,
have learned the importanceof the seminar. SINCE 1879 -
t small kindnesses at Florida "He has been a nice warm
State Prison through a per- fuzzy in this big cold prickly," mi
sonal growth workshop. Murphy said of Leverette. p4'97th
A warm fuzzy, according to Inmates and administrative
the book used in the course, personnel alike became
I'm Okay You're Okay, is involved in the 14 elght-day
4v anything you do to make ano- sessions. Each session, con-
,v ther person's day nicer. A cold ducted as an encounter group,
,ku prickly, on the other hand, is allowed participants to air Year STARKE, FLORIDA 15 Cents .. :
anything that makes your daya their problems, assume make- 47th Issue Thursday,June 10,1976 Copy r ,,'
little rotten. believe or real world roles and
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Concepts such as compas-



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: Section 1, Pages 1-12


Section 2, Pages 13-20



sion, personal identity, and learn more about themselves, Lawtey City Council ,

self-understanding have been Richards said. .
( el'21/t Pl'tlnll I incorporated into the Experience Jones attended such a work
Center Workshop, which shop a year ago with top man- ..... .....
Napes t3-1G graduated 31 close-custody agement from RCA, Volvo, Lawtey maintenance man he cannot live on a half salary. day night when the council Rosier pushed him for an
inmates and 273 others last and other major companies, Leo Dyal resigned Monday Dyal was put on full time In pressed for a decision on whe- answer. Dyal said he had to .
Thursday night. The course, he told the assembled gra- night amid a realignment of March, the city paying him ther he was interested in spend too much time on the 1.
Joan Cribbs and Ross Norris, about-to-be Bradford High graduates designed for executives to duates of the program. He jobs adequately care for the $180 per week to maintain the keeping his water system water system to also get other
practice flipping the tassel in a pre-commencement fun help with problem-coping, said he came away from the town's new water system as water system, collect the gar duties at 20 hours per week. work done. He pointed out he
in front of mirrors in the Home EC. Department.Joan was brought into the Institution $1,500 course a "better man." well as do work on the streets. bage and maintain city "Not under the circumstances collected garbage two days a
Is tile daughter of Rev and Mrs. Brandon Cribbs. Sr. of through the efforts of "We in corrections know we Dyal refused to stay on with streets. I wouldn't have any- week, and that reading water
Hampton. Ross Is the son of Mr.and Mrs. Bill Dowling of Starke. guest speakers Ron Jones, don't always have the answers the city half time to maintain "It's more than anyone thing to do with it," Dyal meters takes about two days
Adult Services Program and, in some ways, have completely the new water system, saying man can do," Dyal said Mon- replied as Councilman Marvin each month.
Director for the Departmentof missed. We have been -_.- Street chairman Robert
2 30 To Graduate Offender Rehabilitation, treating effects of what bringsa Scott has told the council at

and Lucky Stack, who donatedhis man to institutions rather the last several meetings the
knowledge and time to the than causes," Jones said. street work has been lagging.
BHS program.The "This program is as close to c Recent rains have made holesin .
Friday At program was piloted at cause-treatment as anythingI've the streets and council

.. FSP at the request of facility seen. For years, we have members have been receiving
More than 230 Bradford counselor Bob Richards and had drug programs, for which complaints. Scott said he had
twice during the evening.. tried to hire extra help but the
High School seniors will Members of the ensemble are $2.50 the city offered doesn't
march tomorrow night (Friday -
Cindy Bud Bayles
Cissy. interest
June 11)) beginning at 8 David Jordan and Stan W hite- Construction Set + Dyal apparently anyone. felt under
p m to the tune of "Pomp and head.
pressure from city officials,
Circumstance' as graduation Teresa Devore, valedic saying he couldn't seem to

ceremonies High Stadium.begin at Bradford torian of the graduating class, On Two BHS Phasesbid satisfy everyone.
will deliver the farewell Mayor Ben McCulley
B In former FCQ kL
Hugh gram address before presentation of a lengthy discussion
BUS with the Construction of two new included opened
principal now accepted eight ?
diplomas by Superintendent when he said the major
'
ques-
Professional Practices Council phases of Bradford High alternates mill-
Richard Jockel. The Bradford including tion before the council Mon-
will address the graduating High School band will perform School began this week after work, carpeting, lockers cov day night was whether the city
class before diplomas and and the Bradford County School ered walkways between
the processional reces can afford to hire a man 20
, awards are bestowed upon the sional marches. Board accepted a bid by school buildings and a sound hours week to work on the
1975.76 seniors. Class presi- Music and Worth of Live Oak system for the entire school per
Sam Bennett, Lawrence streets."I .
I dent Lewis Cooper will be at a short meeting June 3. plant.
Budgett Tommy Cannon, Lee don't think we can affordto
of for the Site preparation work began
I master ceremonies
Casey Jimmy Prevail Ann Monday by Parrish Farm Funds for the buildings will hire a permanent street
i evening.Follow invocation Allen, Pam Chapman? Annie Company ownedby come from about $1.1 millionnow employee," Mayor McCulleysaid.
V ing an by Equipment-
Dean, sandra DcSue and L>n n Prior to Dyal's fulltime
in earmarked for
I Hev LeRoy Davis, pastor of school board member J.T. savings
the Bethel and Ebenezer Bap- Moxley will provide usher and Parrish, working as a subcontractor capital outlay. A part of the post, the city hired street work
usherette services for gueststo done on a per hour, as needed,
tist Churches, welcoming leftover funds will be used to
the event. and V of the build relocatable classroomsat basis.
addresses will be delivered by Phases IV high
co-salutatorians Cynthia In case of rain, commence school, costing $743.000. will three elementary schools to In a special meeting May 27, '"'1
Edwards and Laura Kay ment exercises will be movedto include space for exceptional house sixth graders next fall, the officials cut back hours at ",...:
Thomas the Bradford High audi- education, industrial arts, and to build relocatables to be the new city-operated, county-
A group of senior musicians torium, and graduates will be agriculture, home economicsand used as a cafeteria at the owned, dumping site to 3.7
called "Sunset" will perform limited to four guests each. business education. The middle school. p.m. Monday through Friday,
YSeliool''vOut-1t' 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday,
and closed Sunday The dump
COUNTY: BACKS: OUT To celebrate the end of school and a family move, the Dailey brothers, David and Gary left was being kept open from 11
Monday on an 869-mile bicycle trip to Louisville. Ky. Gary, on rllht.ls 19, and has been attendingSt. a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday Saturday -
.Johns River Junior College since graduation from Bradford High, where he was a member of .
the wrestling team. David, 16, has just completed his sophomore year at BIIS after keeping in The move was made,
Administration Of CETA ProgramGoes shape with both football and track. according to Councilman Buster
"We're In pretty good shape but we sure don't plan to camp out every night" Gary said upon Bennett so that the dump
departure for the 15 day trip. The brothers put down 140 miles by Tuesday night traveling US-I41 operator Earl Barber, could
through Georgia. collect the garbage, thereby
Mom and Dad Nanette and Chester Dailey, and sister Deniseuill head for Kentucky June 16 to freeing Dyal for more street
To State Employment ServiceFacing meet the boys at their new home. Denise will\ have to part with her blonde Jacksonville friend work.
Carole Lennon,who visited Monday to witness the departure. Dyal said he had been told
by Mayor McCulley to be
final stages of ginal bidders rather than of the CETA program beginning when they rushed in and triedto ready Monday night to make a
planning for a fall takeover of accepting responsibility for Oct 1, 1976. Commissioners give it to us," said commissioner Moving To Buy decision on whether he would
County
the county's Comprehensive the program."It were urged to carry Dave Shuford. stay on with the water system,
)Employment Training Act will require extremely out the program themselves Florida State Employment and that he had been relievedof
tCETA) funds, the Bradford careful scrutiny to see that rather than allowing other Service and the Departmentof the street duties by
County Commission unanimously things are done right," said public agencies to do it, Community Affairs concur McCulley. The mayor said he
backed out Monday in commission chairman George because elected bodies tend to rently administered the 1975- Another Landfill Site didn't tell Dyal his street work
favor of turning the programover Roberts. serve the people better than 76 program. Since it is a year- had been terminated, but that
to the Florida State "At least this way it will be appointive bodies. by-year program, commissioners ., the matter would be before the

Employment Service. handled by an in-county will watch its develop- Making haste to minimize perty for a central landfill site day meeting, the commission: council Monday night."I .
On motion of E.W. Hodges, agency, and we can watch "I'm sorry we staggered ment and possibly reconsider complaints, the Bradford for Starke area residents. -Agreed to release bud- don't lie every"time my
Jr., commissioners decided to over it rather than being around with this. I for one taking control next year. County Commission is nego- geted funds for the HamptonFire mouth flies open, stated
I turn over the $78.000 CETA directly involved" commissioner didn't know what was going on Bryan proposed. tiating to buy 40 acres of prow "I've heard an awful lot of Department, which had Dyal
contract to one of the two oriateaiiiaittrripr- Hodges said in favor of criticism" from Starke area been withheld pending perfor Rosier again asked Dyal if
his motion. residents who must go to the he had resigned. Dyal
:':.:':::'::::::::::: : ::::::::::::::;:::: : ::;:::' mance of duties. Receiving
f ::: Final contract proposal was new Lawtey facility to dump, commendation from several repeated he had. "The work
presented to the board by ,. ., commissioner Ralph Bryan that's laid out to be.done, one
for
11h. .:it .,.. ".. .', commissioners its good can't do it said.
." :- Manpower Planning agent ,. said at the regular monthly work in the interim period, the man Dyal
? : g] Chris Kubinas earlier Monday meeting Monday. "We're Hampton Fire Department Councilman Bennett then
.:.tf- .-' -0 _..'.'. with commission approval going to get this one open as received approval to ahead called for a policy to be set up
i;' :. \a>, : rl expected after review by the soon as possible." go on who works with what city
with its
.. $4.000 budget.
.. .. .. '
.,::f' -- commissioners. A total of 13 g' r employees. No action was
The 40-acre plot, to be --Heard a semi-annual
disadvantaged Bradford ..... purchased on the Bradford-Union taken on that.}iowever.
'l\ at appraised value of report
-y would be
I I -j County involved citizens in the program, $750 per acre, is located out Guidance Clinic, which On Rosier's suggestion the
\ under the plan submitted, at a Lincoln City Road Just past revealed a growth of more council decided to ask Sammy
of ( the Owen Joist Company.. than 1,800 patient contacts Midyette of Baldwin, the man
total cost $87,224.
rFR'DAYJUNElI' q111 out the Dumpers will only have to travel over last year. Presenting the who has been training Dyal, to
bid
FSES to
.... carry Dr. William J. Lennon
the a few hundred feet past report maintain the water system fora
GRADUATION 11 1 CETA$87,198 program for countyfor where the paving ends on the said that 842 of the six-month's few weeks until the city has

8pm.Bradford 1 1 The commission had graded road to get to the new (Seepage 9) time to advertise and hire an
4 ? dump site, commissioners The council met
rtu 7 operator.
Hi Stadium :. decided May 3 to take charge
:
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agreed. County compactorswill Tuesday afternoon with Mid-
o SATURDAY JUNE H 1 1 Library Head J JI also be dumped at the Man Dies, yette and worked out that
: central site. agreement.The .
rr "HOWTOSUCCEED i The Lawtey compactor- Woman HurtIn council also set a special

;r: I IN BUSINESS..." ;::: Resigns Post : dump site, now running meeting for 7:30: p.m.
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Dinner Th.atr :: smoothly, has set hours of Monday, June 21, to hire the
:. Dinner 6:30 p.m. :: Bradford County Librariah Monday through Friday from ShootingA new operator. Only conditionset

;; Play 7:45 p.m.Admissions ,:# Martha Minx resigned as As the Monday morning mist rise over west SR-100. Troo per L.G. Manning and bystanders 3-7 p.m. and Saturday Io-a.m. on the job Monday night
.:j: :::: director of county week library to become ser survey the remains of both the horse and pulpwood truck whi ch: collided paths around S a.m. 7 p.m., Bryan reported. The Lawtey man died and a was that it will be 20 hours per
:: SUrkt Woman's Club ::;: vices effective this October, 1. Driver of the truck was not seriously injured in the accident. operator, provided by the Cityof woman was hospitalized (See Page 9)
:: .::: Lawtey,will be on duty only Tuesday afternoon in what
:t: Sunday marina ;::: Mrs. Minx, who will com during those hours. The Bradford Sheriff's deputies CommissionerWon't
:: Dinner 12:30: p.m. ::;; plete 10 years as librarian in I Man Horse Killed I dumping site will be closed describe as a "domestic
:: Play 2p.m.SUNDAY ;:;: September, leaves the posi Injured, Sunday. Shootout" on SR.200B near Run AgainLAKE
:.'. .:.: tion because "I ,Just want Moving toward getting a Lawtey.

JUNE 13 .y i.ys some time to myself" She has similar compactor site near Willie Turner, Jr., SO, was BUTLER Union
'. '.< ushered in the new library Monday SR-l (){) CollisionA Brooker for southern county pronounced dead on arrival at County Commissioner C.U.
this and to
: FIRSTBAPTISTJUNIOR facility year plans residents Mrs. Hazel Paulk Bradford County Hospital Crews announced this week he

"I': CHOIR see bookmobile the first routing before of leaving.the new pulpwood truck driver Starke with a load of pulp- on the side of the road after told the board she Is negotiating about 4:30: Tuesday afternoon.He will not seek re-election this
'Sound of America" with Container Corporation had received fall after four in the
: the official letterof remains in satisfactory condition wood. leaving pine logs strewn for multiple gun- years
Although for about three acres on shot wounds in the head.
7:30 position.
p.m.Ptrtormanca r resignation had not been at Bradford County According to Trouper L.G. some 100 yards.
SR-18, near Brooker. This Lillie J. Long 54, is listed in "My doctor tells me It is
"
after his truck was horse had brokenits
.. received Monday the Brad- Hospital Manning, a
dump would also serve Hampton fair condition at the Bradford time to take a less active role
'f: C-: "., :::: ford County Commission discussed demolished early Monday leap rope and wandered Troopers, sheriff's deputiesand residents.Commissioners .
area after admission with in public affairs Crews, 69,
a replacement for Mrs. morning upon striking a horseon onto the highway near the In- volunteers spent most of hospital
V1t ( ummuniti| :' Minx. Due to state regulations SR-100 and turning over. tersection of SR.= and SR- the morning clearing the agreed to gunshot wounds. Both victims said in a prepared statement
the commission will 100. When struck by the truck, roadway of the five-foot long buy the Brooker property at used revolvers in the Incident, which extends thanks to con
0 state dank :: have to hire someone with a Jesse Nevell Cumbress, 52, the horse was knocked off the pulpwood logs. Damages to $750 per acre, giving the seller Deputy Glen Moore said. stituents.
degree in public library administration of Jasper, was not seriously roadway and died. The truck the truck and trailer have the option to buy back the landif Details of the incidents are Crews is the only incumbentto
t r A.6 NOT s,b..a Vr :{y: although Mrs. injured in the 5:10: a m. accident turned completely over, been estimated at $4,500. the dump is ever do\_. away still under investigation by pull out of the race, which
{ T. tre,ooo : .. :<11: Minx received a waiver of that which happened as hewas. dumping its load onto the Owner of the horse has not yet with. Deputy Moore and no charges will go into full swing when
j: headed east toward road and to rest upright been identified. In other action at the Mon
came
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TELEGRAPH June 10.1976 _._,
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, Mrs. English Honored On 75th Birthday UDC Held Picnic



,I Jacksonville.Sandra Mrs. JoAnn Manire Wall and Miss of And InstallationJune 2 Mundys Yee9ciatiaiys 64.itk PI f71te Jf WJ!



Wooty Jw.Wy7or,
Thomas Family The W.T. Weeks chapter,
UDC, held their annual picnic
'' Reunion June 20 and installation of officers
L, cwh Wednesday of last week at the Mrs. Cooper Honored At Two PartiesMrs. Brenda Myrick and Stephen Cooper j'I!

; At Delilah Baptist Kingsley Lake home of Mrs. I
,
W.B.Assisting Mundy.hostesses were Stephen Cooper, the mother of the prospective Wedding May 29 At Pine Level Church J

The William and Louise Wilson !- Mrs. Charley Johns and Mrs. former Brenda Myrick, a groom,Mrs. Donald F. Cooper
Thomas Family Reunion Sale.A recent bride, was honored at of North Springfield, Va. 1
Guy two showers ----- Pine Level Baptist Church
and Annual Meeting will be recently.
held at Beulah Baptist Churchon short business meetingwas On Thursday. May 27, Mrs. On May 14, the former Miss was the setting for the
held at 11 a.m. prior to the
't : 4tht
bridal Myrick was honored at a wedding of Brenda Joyce
SR-21 in Clay County on Cooper was given a
Sunday, June 20, Father's led picnic lunch. Mrs. Mae Powell shower at the Pine Level bridal shower given by Mrs. Myrick daughter of Mr. and
.,; ;a the flag salute. Mrs. C.N. Baptist Church Fellowship John Myrick in Chattanooga, Mrs. Bishop Myrick of Starke,
i Day.All family connections and Christy gave the annual Hall. Hostesses were Mrs. Tenn. and attended by Miss to Stephen Franklin Cooper,

interested friends are cor- report. Owen Alvarez, Mrs. Jerald Myrick's college friends. son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald F.
buffet table
The
was covered
dially invited according to with a gold linen cloth Baldwin Mrs. Joe Thornton, Games and refreshments Cooper of North Springfield

Mrs. F. Delano Thomas, sec and centered with an arrange- Mrs. Mark Moody, Mrs. Jesse were enjoyed during the party Va.Rev.
Ricks, Mrs. Eugene Lee, Mrs. hours. Roman Alvarez performed
Mrs. Leona EnglishMrs. retary-treasurer. Beulah ment of day lilies in shades of
Church is between Keystone and Elva McRae, Mrs. Thad the ceremony on I
bronze.
yellow, gold
Leona English was Heights and Middleburg, Members and guests were Smith and Mrs. Tommy Lynda Clayton Saturday Miss May 29, at 7:30: p.m.
Charlotte Whitehead
about six miles north of Gold Murrow. ,
pleasantly surprised Tuesday seated at individual tables
evening June 1, when her Head Branch State Park. covered with gold cloths and Spring flowers in shades of organist, rendered nuptialmusIc
daughters !Mrs. Esther The program for the day centered with miniature blue in blue baskets were usedat Jeffery Baker ; a duet was sung by Mr.
Sanders and Mrs. !Minnie Lee will begin at 11 a.m. with wor arrangements of shasta dai- vantage points in the hall. and Mrs. John M. Myrick and
Manire of Jacksonville, gave ship services, followed by a The gift table was covered Wedding July 16 Mrs. John Myrick sang theLord's
her a surprise party on her covered dish luncheon from sies.Following the luncheon Mrs. with a pale blue cloth and cen- Prayer. 4
75th birthday at the First 12:45-2:30: : p.m. after which the J.W. Kincaid installed the following tered with a silver epergnette Mr. and Mrs. Edward The altar was decoratedwith h
business session and filled with flowers made from a large gold arch with
Christian Church Fellowship program officers: president, George Clayton of Hampton
will be conducted. the material of the attendants' standing gold columns holding 1-
Lake the
Mrs. Sale announce
engage-
Guy ; vicepresident
two containers of white
Hall.Approximately dresses and pale blue candles. gladioli _
.
100 ment and
guests ----- --------- Mrs. Lester Crews; secretary approaching pink and blue carnations i
attended including relatives, Miss Madge Middleton The refreshment table was marriage of their daughter, ,
and
white daisies
friends and out-of-town Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin ; treasurer, Mrs. C.N. covered with light blue cloth Lynda Sue, to Jeffery Lee yellow 14r
iris and
guests. and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Christy; registrar, Miss Middle edged with dark blue lace and Baker, son of Mr., and Mrs. yellow each plumosa fern.
Mrs. English recieved many Hayward of Gainesville were ton; historian Miss Norma centered with a blue basket Jeff Baker of Hampton.The Flanking side were two
branch
useful and beautiful gifts. in Sebring Sunday and Canova. filled with blue spring flowers wedding will take place gold candelabras with
white There
Refreshments were served !Monday on business.Mr. Approximately 22 membersand and white daisies. Friday, July 16 at 7:30: p.m. in service.tapers. Candles was a
during the party hours 7:30: 9 guests attended. Games with prizes were St.Edward's Catholic Church. unity were
and Mrs. Garl Mathews enjoyed by the 35 guests during placed on the white satin
p.m.Hostesses for the eveningwere visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce -------------- the party hours 7:30: to 9:30: Darlene Jones draped rail behind the gold 7i's'

Mrs. Barbara Griffis, Mathews and family in Mrs. Russell McRae is a p.m.Among archway. i
Donald P. served
Mrs. Isabelle Lee and !\Irs.English's Maitland Wednesday to patient in North Florida those attendingwere Cooper as I
Luther Powell best Ushers
were Leonard
the honoree's mother may.
granddaughters,
Friday. Regional Hospital. andYather's Adklsson, John M.
Mrs. Bishop Myrick
Wedding June 11 naker.Myrick and James Guy Stal- iV i-:

Mrs.John M. attendedas
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones King
matron of honor. She worea ?':
of Starke announce the
Vaya1e marriage of their long royal blue crepe dress
approaching with ruffle. The full sleeves
daughter Darlene Denise, to
gathered into a zippered cuff.
Luke John Powell,son of Mrs.
The front bodice and sleeves
Harriett Porch of
Mary were covered with white lace
and William C.
Keystone
overlay. She carried a nose-
Powell of Crescent Beach.
4 44r ,., .. gay of pink sweetheart roses
The wedding will take place andwhite r
pink carnations, yellow
June at o'clock at the
I 11 7 p.m.
daisies, baby's breath
\ home of the bridetobe'sparents.
and blue ribbons matching her
.
L' All friends and relatives dress.
: are Mrs. John Myrick, Miss
invited to attend. Donna Cooper and Miss Violet Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Cooper : I
Miss Jones is a 1975
Myrick were attendants and
Bradford Union their dresses. The matronof (
graduate of Miss Eshan King was junior junior material matching the
Vo-Tech and is now employedwith bridesmaid. They wore long bridesmaid carried a small honor's dress. Silver can-
x Mallard's in Starke. nosegay of the same flowers. delabras held white candles.
light blue with
1 Mr. Powell is a 1973 ruffle, full crepe sleeves gowns that Miss Rhonda Alvarez, Fern encircled the tiered cake
graduate and is now attending gathered into zippered cuffs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. made by the bride's aunt.
4, Santa Fe Community College. The front bodice and sleeves Owen Alvarez, Jr. was flower Flowers were made from
X covered with white lace girl and Blane Thornton, son material of the attendants
------------- were
overlay. They carried nose- of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thornton, dresses and decorated *the

4'i' Mr. and Mrs. Joey Bakken gays of pink carnations, blue was ring bearer. front center of the bride's
and Mrs. Pauline Griffis carnations, yellow and white Given in marriage by her table along with fern and
visited Victor Griffis at Fort daisies, baby's breath and father, the bride wore a gownof ribbons. Mrs. Loyal Percival
P i Gordon, Ga. over the ribbon streamers matching mirro-mist over white satin cut the cake.
r ry a weekend. styled and made by her The punch table was cov-
mother. The evening length ered with a light blue cloth
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gown had a fitted bodice, high edged in lace and underskirtof
,- l t waistline, round neckline with white satin. CenteringMhetable

Q THE Celebrates It's Third standup collar. The yoke and was a large silver fountain -
upper part of the sleeves were punch bowl encircled jjfith
made with tiny tucks, the fern and flowers
<*
I 3't MAGIC Birthday I I I lower sleeves were full below The bride's book table|Vas'
k 11 + elbow length gathered into a covered with a light blue

NEEDLE cuff covered with lace. The round cloth edged in lace over
NEEDLEWORK SHOW, back had soft pleats gatheredto an underskirt of pleated satin.A .
the bodice and extendedinto white plume pen was used
JUNE 10-13 a long train. The bottomof and the table was further
the dress and train had two enhanced with a
k I EVERYONE IS INVITEDIBring rows of ruffles. The sleeves, candle. memory

yoke and top ruffle were Mrs.Owen Alvarez, Jr., was
Your Needlework entry by trimmed with a wide lace. Her director of the wedding and.

Wednesday, June 9th long train-length veil was reception.
made of white netting Assisting were Mrs. Jimmy
Judging will be on June! 9th. trimmed in white lace. She Thornton, Mrs. Jerald Bald-
carried a cascade of bridal win, Mrs. Lee
Eugene Mrs.
Entries be viewed June 10-11 12-13lhj
;
con on
( white carnations
pink roses Jesse Ricks, Mrs. Lavon
; t- and white daisies
yellow Alvarez Mrs. Warren Partin.
I II t N + PRIZES AWARDED IN KNITTING baby's breath and imported Mrs. A.B. Whitehead, Mrs.

I CREWE CROCHETING. NEEDLEPOINT. ivey with white streamers.She Leonard Moore, Mrs. B M.
I wore a tiny cross neck- McRae, Mrs. J.G. Jackson
AND EMBROIDERY. lace, a gift of the groom.A and Misses Pam Stalnaker,

(SORRY CRAFTS ARE NOT ELIGIBLE) reception was held in the Priscilla Stalnaker, Donna
: ft church educational building. Thornton, Suzanne Thornton,
,, Guests were greeted at the Chrystal Thornton and Kathy
SWEEPSTAKE PRIZE FOR BEST OF
door by Mrs. Roman Alvarez. Starling.

'ird r3F4 SHOW I I Standing in the receiving line Following a wedding trip to
were the bride and groom and St. Augustine, the couple; is
their parents. Miss Karen residing in Chattanooga,
't t ENTER YOUR FAVORITE PIECE OF NEEDLEWORKI Alvarez kept the bride's book.A Tenn. ,
blue and white color The bride is attending
EVERYONE IS WELCOME theme was carried out in the Tennessee Temple College

) hall with arrangements of majoring in business. She will
gladioli, carnations, daisies be a senior this fall. .
: The Magic Needle and iris with plumosus fern. The groom has received his

t : :: 964-5149 The bride's table was covered bachelor of arts and willbe;
.1517 Bessent
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.,3 30 % Off Of Every Item In Stock June United meeting Methodist of the Women's Starke

4 meeting Tuesday lastweek,,
30% Deducted Off Of Present Retail at the church. '

Mrs. Henry Godwin, presi-
\%'c nov have one of the largest selections of La.Z.lorcdiners\ for immediate Every Thing Must Go NOW! dent of the UMW, presidedover

, lcli\er\ Slop and choose one just right for your home. Best\ of all, they're on the meeting. Mrs. Titus
.Pant Suits Jeans Olson
sale. So MH, presented the program.
sate'S .BlousesJewelry .Dresses. Following the meeting in the

Sale priced as low asSave. . . . . . . . 7900 = .Tank Tops sanctuary served a in buffet the Fellowship luncheonwas

.Shorts .Halters Hall. The buffet tablewas
covered with a white lace
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No Lay-A-Way Cash Or Bank Americard and Master Charge Only? arrangement of varigajed
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; ; Mad. St. Baptist Mrs. R. Sellers Stork Shower Honoree ,
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Graduates Honoree 1i : Mrs. Ronnie Sellers was ment.
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1\ :- honored at a stork shower Sat The hostesses presented the
Sunday EveningThe urday afternoon given by !Mrs honoree with a case of
W.T. Jackson Sr., Mrs. Tom pampers as a memento of the
q wI .' j Jackson, Mrs. Bruce Scott and occasion attended b.v 35
Madison Street Baptist Mrs. Marc Jackson at the guests
Church held a reception in home of the latter .
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honor of its graduating seniors A pink and blue color motif
Sunday night immediately was carried out-in the party Lt jg Barry Firth of
following the evening worship decorations and floral Corpus Christi. Texas has

......- ,..... fI service. arrangements.The been transferred to :Mavport
The school colors scarlet refreshment table :Naval'; Base.
::::: was
I i and grey were carried out in covered with a blue lace cloth
.. Gray Flynn of the
.. ... the decor. A refreshmenttable
.'- and centered with a baby girl University of South Florida is
.' was covered with a red
and floral
baby boy
arrange home for the
.,; summer.
cloth and centered with a
-: "'"(. ., '/1. large bouquet of spring -- --
.'. .. flowers. A cake trimmed with 1
,, 1 red and grey featured a LeilaJ.eJJ
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:::.: j'. 'jfiV2 and Red and
gown
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';,( 1976-7T officers of the BPW Club are tl-rl): Evelyn llanex., Faye Bowman Della Rosenberg, streamers the refreshment were table.used : &
t Sonia Camp and Lillian Pearson llso Sarah:Nichols'; BPW district Director. The graduates and their ,

L@ Club parents were honored by S
BPW Holds Installation
.... Ceremony being served and seated .""i, it or
J;ji Lillian Pearson1 as Members and guests I before the other guests. '.' ">
Installed; : president of the The youth director Gary .:" '
enjoyed a salad supper priorto '!t' 132 E Call
Starke Business and .., t; .
fy, the installation Osteen presented gifts to ; ;
;j.rf Professional Women's Club at ceremonyDe'el'n n. each of the graduates from the .'. Yj1.11;' Starke Florida
5-Its meeting last t week church, they are: Susie Bvers.. ,;\ Tt'"s
i Sen'ingIlth :Mrs Pearson Mathews of Roste Richardson. John "
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& will be Sonia Camp first Ielrose'as presented a Wasdin and Anthony Uasdin ;
r> vice-president Della savings bond bthe BPW s3 ..,.J'(.tl' A GREATSALE
club's vice.president. .
<-> Rosenberg second "ice.president Della ,'4!'
i j : "Faje Bo\\man. Rosenberg Methodist Grads .'f:r.i., .
fe recording secretar>'. and The bond was awarded to si' ..{\\ FORWOMEN
.:;:C; Evelyn Hane treasurer. Devlvn for obtaining a high Honored At -' : .''IMr -""
::# The installation ceremony scholastic average in business 1Iisl1I1Jf
.:;;;:; carried the theme of "Daisies during her senior sear at Dinner SundayThe : -
!*:>:: will Tell" presented bthe Bradford High School. ',.
j.; J: BPW district director. Sarah De'l'nas honored and Methodist graduateswere JUNIOR AND
:::$: :Nichols'; The new' officers presented the bond at the honored at a dinner Sun
;jj2:; received a copy of the BPclub installation day at the Homestead Restaurant MISSESSPORTSWEAR
.. ..::: ihstdlldtion ceremony' and a cere manheld. at the given by the United
:S; gift' from the district director. Chamber of Commerce. Methodist Women
::: ;: ,
I > Outgoing officers received
; a Attending besides the graduates ., ..
:t::: gift( from the president :Mrs lnivafa were Rev. and Mrs. STREET DRESSES,
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;: : Pearson! lor their xl1ew-i F.W
: and work George chairman and :Mrs. Marcy Sullivan I
coopc-rativt-ness! I Strickland, of campus LONG DRESSES,
jl l during the past ,ear Mr and :Mrs Clayton ministry, Mrs. H.T. Godwin
::='"" Honored guests of thee Sumner of Starke announcethe Develyn :MathewsJBIRTHS president of the UMW Terri Woods and Marcy Sullivan to
4 \eningweredistrictdirector.Sarah birth of a daughter. Teresa and Mr. Godwin.
:Nichols" Deslyn[ Rose born :May; 12 in Shands Rev. the
Harper presented Wed
22 At Home
May CeremonyTerri
J :Mathews who was presented Teaching Hospital.Grandparents graduates with a book "Our
;5j ti the outstanding( student are Mr and American
Heritage" as a gift
;:M business! award and the Mrs Aaron Sumner and Mrs from the church. Dawn Woods; daisies. Miss Terri Smith and 41/2
C-w assistant! district! director. Mary Ann MacDonald all of Methodist graduates are 'daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tho- Mrs. Sandi Alvarez cut the
Xl. l Laurel Barton Star e. Gloria Strickland, Sonja' mas R. Woods, and Marcy C. cake. OFF
.... :Mr and :Mrs Mike Rhoden Presiding the punch bowl
: : Sullivan, son of Mr. and Mrs. f
.... L-""- J Biggs, Laura Box, Gary Bak-
the birth of and In
announce a daughter James A. Sullivan were assisting serving were
: ken, Raymond Whittle, Larry
: :: Tracie Lynn born May 28 White and Mike Crews. united in marriage May 22 at 3 Mrs. Diane Daughtry, Mrs.
SOCIAL SECURITY in Alachua General Hospital. p.m. at the home of the bride's Carolyn Hardee and Mrs. -
Grandparents are Mr. and -------------. parents, 727 W. Lafayette Rose McConnell Fashion apparel
:Mrs VV.c Rhoden of Starke Mr, and Mrs. Gilbert Street, with Rev. Ben Bryant Following a wedding trip to
BENEFITSTo and :Mr. and Mrs. James Goldwire attended the performing the nuptials.The South Florida the couple is and famous makersportswear
Weeks of Green Cove Springs. McDaniel family reunion at living room was high- residing in the Hartmann J
assist in meeting death expenses> there is Great grandparents are Mrs. the 4H club at Twin Lakes, lighted for the occasion with Apartments on N. Temple .?'
a lump sum benefit, practIcally! cases where :Maggie Weeks of Green Cove Valdosta, Ga. over the two nine-branch candelabras Avenue. from our regular I
the deceased was covered by Soc al Security. Springs and Mr. and Mrs. weekend. holding burning tapers with Mrs. Sullivan graduatedfrom stock.
George Carter of Clay Hill. jade green fern at the base Bradford High School
This
S255 00 be
amount con paid to the quali-
I and a standing basket of and attended North Florida
tied survivma spouse If there is no spouse then pastel spring flowers consisting Junior College. She is
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lo th > person who assumes responsibility for the .JhB BarLi cJLot tff of pink and yellow roses, employed at the Pizza Hut.
fuor-ral: expenses gladioli,carnations, pompomsand Mr. Sullivan is also a Brad- D ,
,. baby's breath. ford High School graduate and !l'o.I:: !
,, -e A recorded wedding march attended Lake City Junior
A was used. College. He is manager of the
Archer Funeral HomeDOYLE jr11ntthk Herbert A. Green attendedas Starke Pizza Hut. On July 1 he
i
) best man. will be transferred to Crystal UC. l
M. River as of the Pizza
ARCHER L f.D Mrs.Sue Davis of Lake City manager
'.' lake Butler attended her sister as matronof Hut there. The couple will
Florida 404 W. Madison St. Starke 11 !honor. She wore a blue chiffon move to Crystal River at that
496-2008 4962056Volunteer gown and carried a nose- .time. I
Closed Sun.
Call For Appointment S Mon gay of blue and white carna-
Ambulance Funerals Monuments (Next To Piggly Wiggly, tions with flowing blue satin
964-5221 3/18 erioF ribbon. I
Given in marriage by her
,. _... father, the bride wore a lay
:. ered chiffon gown with Think Electric :
,
l" D ,'t' t scooped neckline and floor
length( tiered chiffon skirt. Her I
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1 t't'I tr. y&J chantilly seed lace pearls and secured decoratedwith her For i

I L 4A.i ILl t li_ She sheer carried illusion a nosegay cascade of veil.two A Second

orchids, carnations and
Or A Great Selection Of Gifts For GradsMen's baby's breath with white satin
ribbon. Her only ornamentwas
\() b a diamond pendant, a gift
\ O of the groom.
a The reception was also heldat
"' \O the Woods home, where
0, t !Mrs. Don Bagwell greeted the
guests at the door. Miss Pam
:0. Leisure Suits ela Woods kept the bride's
e 5'.0: book.
The bride's table was covered -
: with a lace cloth and K
.Gogba'I \ satin skirt edged with jade Ii1J '1 rol r A

,\\1 & ShirtsMen's I fern.five Centering tiered candelabra the table with wasa art

burning tapers with a floral
arrangement of pink and

I 1 Knit Suits & yellow pompoms roses and,baby's carnations breath n Si
flanked by a three tiered wed- i? r
ding cake and punch bowl fit
which were encircled by lea "r:.

Sport Coats { ther leaf fern, pink roses and 'iJ\z: \ &. 1. '_.,

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Shirts Leisure Shirts couple at Duplicate Bridge
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Bernice Kalfayan were
a'' By Van Heusen & Arrow second and Dolly Kunig and It Doesn't Need To Weigh 2 Tons
Hilda Dey were third.

1 Rack Of? -------------- Go Seventy Miles Per Hour and Burn
New Shipment Of Mr. and Mrs. Barney
Ties S Belts !McRae, Mrs. Ira Wells and Expensive Gas. It Does Need To Be Quiet,
Summer Pants Leon Conner spent the
Especially For Father weekend with Mrs. Marion Safe, Efficient And Downright i Cheap
Conner and Glen Conner in

Levi Burlington Socksor Orlando Conner's and graduation attended Sheila from To Operate. Visit Your Local CitiCar*

Dungarees I They Highland were Preparatory accompanied School.back Dealer And Let Him Show You Why Your

Bell by Margaret Ann Conner for a
Straight Gold Cup Dress Socks weeks visit. Family's Second car Should Be An

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Monday from St. Vincent's
1 Rack Of Knit 1 Rack Of Knit 1 Rack Of ,, Hospital where she underwenteye

SUITSWere SPORT COATS. KNIT PANTS Men's Hollis surgery.Hope Jr.Her of niece Atlanta, Mrs.is You Are Always A Winner When You Buy From

staying with Mrs. Vining this
89" Were 69" Were '16 To 18 PJ'SL & week.


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Mrs. J.M. Edwards Sr., cp8 zjcpg qJ(0CU xLMqA\ Rehearsal Dinner
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spent last week with her son-
in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Johnson and William Barret assistant Mrs. Mary Page of Paul Brown and son. Gill, Darby Peek of Lake City
Mrs. John Pare in Orlando. son of Tallahassee. are scoutmaster of troop 70. Alan Jacksonville spent Saturdayand are in Elkhart,Ind. this weekon was Sunday visitor of his Mr and Mrs. Donald F. The 32 attending includedthe
She also spent the weekend" spending ten days with her :Montgomery( and Kary Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. business. mother Mrs. S.L. Peek. Sr. Cooper of North Springfield, Immediate families, the
with her granddaughters the parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Padget, scouts of troop 70 Don Page. Mrs. Peek also had as Va. were hosts at a dinner wedding party and out-of-town
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Chism. were installed into the "Orderof Carlton Faulk of Troy State Tuesday visitors Miss Elise 28 for their son, guests.
JM. High, in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy the Arrow" Boy( Scouts Local admittances to College, who is home for the Jones Mrs. C.W. Chalker\ and peen Cooper, and Brenda I
,,htle their parents were in were weekend guests of Mr. highest camping honor) Bradford County Hospital this summer and Mary Addington Mrs P.F. Maguire of Myrick following the couple's Andrews Earn
Nassau. and Mrs. J R. Wilson in Friday night. They were. week include: Mrs. Bessie .of UF were Sunday guests of Gainesville.Mr. wedding rehearsal.The I
Orlando elected by their fellow scoutsas McCrary, James Thorpe. Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, dinner was held in the
the best campers and Frank Warr,Mrs. Inez Green Sr. Mr. Carter is home after Pine Level Baptist Church Honors, Degree
outdoorsman of troop 70. The Mrs. Nellie McKinney. Louis three weeks in North Florida educational building. The I
and Mrs. H.A. Lawson
initiation took place at the Regional Hospital. with Furmun U.
e Crews, Mrs. Helen Swindell and family attended the tables were covered From
Baden Powell scout cloths and centered with
camp white
Mrs. Gracie
Douglas. Ernest Mr.and Mrs. Carl Hurst and wedding of Andy Jordan, son
near Melrose. Renner and Frank white and blue floral arrange- Joe Andrews, son of
Cocciardi. family visited Mrs. Chester of Mr and Mrs.Joe Jordon of Jimmy
n.N Starke Dennis Dent, ments. The honored couple'stable and Mrs. J.L. Andrews of
; Mrs. Hadsock and Mr. and Mrs. Live Oak, to Ramona Grant on Mr.
Andy Denonn has moved, toCluton Nina Alvarez and Mrs. Addie Ralph Chitty In Lakeland Ga. Saturday night in the Anthony held two three-tiered Starke, graduaed summa cum
Ga. where he is Rhoden, Raiford; Mrs. Sunday and attended the Baptist Church, Anthony. The candelabras with two shadesof laude from Furman
working at a radio station. Martha Brown, Hampton; wedding of Mary Hadsock to Morar family of Panama City blue candles and a large University in Greenville S.C.
Miss Lynn Eichelberger Roger Touchton. and Charles Lawson family of flower] arrangement. May 29, being one of 458
:Mr and Mrs. Murray Cookof Keystone Heights; Mrs Tallahassee also attended the During the dinner the members of the 150th
Jacksonville were weekend Geneva Wilkinson, Lawtey. Stevie Rigdon of Seymour wedding and spent the honored couple presented personal graduating class.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson AFB N.C. is weekend with the H.A. !gifts to their attendants. Andrews, recipient of a
Johns at Kingsley Lake.Mr Lawsons. Bachelor of Science Degree
Mrs.J.R. Kite returned last spending the summer with his with a major in geology, also

PROTECT YOURSELF FROM FIRE- and Mrs. Guy Sale werein with Friday Mr.from and eight Mrs.days Ralph visit grandparents George W. Brown., Mr. and Mrs. ;W y.J-", received Excellence one Awards of two presentedto General

Tampa Wednesday and Collins in Pelham, Ga. and F.H. Kramer was admittedto Bud Lawson has returned to members of the graduatingclass.

WITH A FIRE ALARM For $3888 daughter Thursday and visiting family. Mr.their and attended their daughter the graduation Lisa Collins of, Hospital North Florida Tuesday Regional for Marion months with N.C.his after parents several, Mr. A.G. Loudon. Sr. of .
Mrs. Keith Gillingham. They from high school. Enroute observation and treatment. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson. Keystone Heights is a patientin ----
brought back their Putnam Memorial Hospital One TV viewti- to another:
:Mrs. Kite visited her aunt,
Call 473-3775 grandchildren. Kathy and Mrs. Glenn Terrell in Mrs. A.N. Holliday is a Mrs. W.H. Hart and sister, in Palatka.Mr. "1'11 say this for the
Keith. Jr. to spend the Tallahassee. patient in Shand's Teaching Mrs. C.W. Beasley of commercials-you feel your
summer Hospital. Gainesville attended the life isn't so dull after all
graduation of a nephew Lewis and Mrs. Albert Rhodesof when you see somebody get
Clayton, from North Marion Winter Haven were that excited over a paper
High School near Citra Friday weekend guests of Mrs. E.W. towel "that's more
night. Hayes. absorbent.

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I Hasty Green Finishes Ninth In Savannah Tourney I


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Battling fatigue from 16 but if we'd had some rest, leading batter in Gene Melvin, Coastal of Savannah. Melvin substitutions.HG again proved the power hitter Pizza Villa romping, followedby defense. Subdistrict play
straight hours of slow-pitch would have done a lot better," who tallied 13 hits in 14 trips to performed two for two at the won four of six games in with a home run. Ron Thomas who begins the last week in July,
Softball play, Starke's Hasty commented manager Lane the plate and took six bases on plate and Hardee connectedon the tournament, tallying a First loss of the connected on four-of-five. The and Sibley expects to be ready
Green team went down Sibley. balls for a 928 average. three for four to lead the total of 109 hits In 215 times at tournaments was to team slammed six balls out of for it"We.
Sunday morning 19-12 to finis Despite home runs by team's offensive game. bat for a team batting averageof Thompson Sporting Goods of the park in the midnight just have to work on
ninth among 64 teams in Although Hasty Green Claude Hardee, Danny "Defense killed us," .507, which Sibley said was Savannah, HG folding in the Saturday game, by Harmon, defense and fielding errors.
Savannah. Georgia's annual bottomed out in the loser's McKinney and Arnett Lee in manager Sibley said, totalling "exceptionally good." The batters' block to record only Rhoden, Hardee, McKinney, We also need to work on
I tournament bracket, the team easily' the Sunday morning game, 11 errors in the scorebook team also slammed out 17 three runs against 10. Ronnie Lee and Melvin all homering. double plays, since movingone
"We had a fine tournament, produced the tournament's HG bowed 19-12 to Georgia which also revealed severalII home runs during the two Thomas and Arnett Lee Although no play has yet man from the field to
days of tournament play. proved the best hitters of the been scheduled for this second base," Sibley said.
Beginning at 10 a.m. game, each cracking the bat weekend, manager Sibley However he said, team
II GM Errors Spell Defeat In SavannahGreen Saturday morning, HG begana two times in three hopes to line up a tournamentin morale is good and they're
., winning streak, stomping opportunities order to work on team working hard.
Southeast Welders of Another of victories
back with five in the bottom. of Randall chance to win and couldn't pair .
Machine men's slow ting Symonds, -
Wilmington\ N.C., 25-2 and ending around 3 a.m. Sunday,
pitch softball team is hopingto Although the team picked up Randall McGee, John Watson, come up with the key hit "
who Pizza Villa of Aiken, S.C., 12-9. put HG back on the road. HG Foundation Co.
make some changes to another four runs to play com Garlington and Marcus Rhosaid manager Hatcher, Wesley Sheffield, Hardee toppled Pinckney Realtor of Paving
improve deficiencies before a petitive ball, the defense !lent credited his squad with performing and Melvin all recorded Savannah 17-8, then
tournament in Lakeland June broke down in crucial sixth In a nine-inning endurance when they were perfect batting performances, faced Pizza Villa in the losers'again ASPHALT PAVINGFill
18-20, after taking 12th placein Inning play to let Savannah test, GM again came out on needed. Sheffield and Hardee hittingtwo bracket for a 28-11 win. Melvin
Savannah's annual Invitational through to the win, Hatcher top, defeating the Winter a month remains after home runs each in the again batted 1.000 for both Dirt Grading
last weekend. said. Haven Cougars 17-12. Leading Only first game. Two other homers games, hitting the only homer
GM toppled three teams in a In GM's final game of the hitters in the game were Ranthe Lakeland tournamentdall were hits by Andy Harmon against Pinckney Realtor. LandscapingFree
the American Softball
row Saturday in the 64-team tourney, Bisco 76 of Augusta dall McGee with a perfect 5- and Claudell Rhoden. Ronnie Thomas and Billy
tourney, then lost two crucial dealt a 4-3 decision to GM, for-5 performance at the Association official tourneys Melvin hit in every at-bat in Joe Sanford picked up six of Estimates
I determine
state
decisions on errors to finish when the Starke team was plate, Eddie Douglas, Terry begin to a the second game against the team's 20 hits against
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and national
far behind champion Warren unable to score needing one Hardee, Randall Symonds and regional what we're champ."That's Pizza Villa. Harmon, Pinckney, each batting three- Phone 964-7813
really
Motors of Jacksonville and run in the top of the seventh. Bobby Stevens. McKinney and Sheffield each for-four times at bat
second-place Gainesville Mer The team made a good "We were real fortunate to working toward. Our main connected on two hits for three Sheffield had five hits for
chants. showing, however, in the first win. Several times they had a goal is to win the state trips to the plate. Sheffield five times at the plate in the
"Errors became contagious three wins of the tournament,
and we just couldn't taking an easy 11-3 victoryover ESTABLISHED 1904 j
field the ball. Like any good WXIA-TV of Atlanta
team, our opponents took beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday
advantage of it and got hot," morning.. Leading hitters in
said coach Harry Hatcher of the game were Bobby Stet
the first of the team's two vens, 3-for-3 and picked up
losses in the tourney. four RBI's, Terry Hardee, 2-
GM went down 13-10 to for-3, and Jim Garlington who ItfSETep OVER 150 STORES SERVING THE SOUTHEAST
Castle Mobile Homes of batted .500. *
Savannah with defensive mistakes GM just barely slid past Va YOUR JUNE IS
,Hatcher said.The home Savannah Gardens in the
team managed six runs in a second game on a key home sEWJrSTORE
row in the top of the fourth run by Ken Carlton in the top
inning to take a 4-0 lead which of the seventh. Hatcher was A "
was quickly diminished by the pleased with the game, which eG ar iici
Savannah team, which came capitalized on the strong bat- BEDDING MONTH

I Hope Baptist Wins Over Madison St.

Broi/hill i
Hope Baptist defeated Crawford with four hits and
Madison Street Baptist Nan Hall with three hits led iceBadcocks
Church 17-13 Monday, June 7, Madison Street Baptist. -
in Women's Church League In play scheduled Monday,
Slow Pitch Softball sponsored June 14, Hope Baptist will alf.
by the Starke Recreation meet Grace Baptist at 7:30: _
Department p.m. and First Baptist will
:Mary Hersey led Hope take on Madison Street
Baptist with three hits. Karen Baptist at 8:45 p.m.


I AlulU! (leaded For State TournamentLocal

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golfer Bill Adams is "lie s in a class an oy
playing this weekend in the 72- himself around here," says J / \U-u --
hole State Amateur one of the top golfers at the v 11 Lrcoswmer *-
Association Golf Tournementin Starke club, where the rest of sotroloti w41 -: '
the golfers battle for a second \ ,
Haines City where he will lets ..
our an. ? d.e
face the state's top amateur place each year. tonf deM that '
linksmcn Two weeks ago Adams won = e
Adams is a three time the Lake City country club's bedding wtl Is ; Yc our I, '4.
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I Badcock Furniture Wins Brooker Softball TourneyBadcock I



Furniture went ,w .
undefeated) in five games to
win a 12-team invitational
slow pitch Softball tournament
sponsored by brooker's team A
two weeks ago.
Badcock team batting
average was .492 with seven of
the Badcock players hittingover
.500( Larry :Mercer was
the leading batter at .682. f

Skippy Dean Johns Crawford 600,hit Wayne.615, Orange Park. FIL S. of Orailge Park Malt

Teston .535. Bill Jackson 5w)

Cubbedge Larry In its Brown first.500.526 two and games Steve 4 i Z P 1is 1r 1- COME VISIT N. E. FLORIDA'S

Badcock Furniture hold close LARGEST WESTERN STORE!
calls before pulling out one
point wins in eight innings..
Badcock edged the High Everything Western....AII// Under One Roof I
Springs :Merchants 1.1-12: in the

opener Sanders High Springs Friday pinch night 20-16 hit outhitting A scored:Mike\ SSSB! RIDING EQUIPMENT

Larry :Mercer from second and TACK .
base for the win Wayne .* ANIMAL HEALTH Name Brands -
Teston, Bill Jackson each had r Quality
three hits; four others had two PRODUCTSby

hits.Bill J Leading Manufacturers BOOTS, BELTS
Jackson's home run I
with Skippy Crawford on basein L. .4C GUNS & HAND GUNS & HATSAmmunition
the eighth inning kept ti
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Badcock on the winning side rYl'
Saturday morning in a 15-14: A' We accept
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win over Gainesville's Red i C' *; MASTER CHARGE
Lions: Steve Cubbedge. Dean .I 249 WESTERN BANKAMERICARDBLANDING
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Johns and Larry :Mercer led I I wG I
Badcock with three hits each, f 264-3838
and Bill Jackson Larry BLVD.

Brown, and Dwight the Elder had f _IT.'>i ,*.. Nr ... ...S......r<,.,i..s. Kr__ WORLD Open Fri 1 nite
two hits each in (sletsRd.21))
from-bi'hmd win : pitch Softball team Larry !Mercer, and Dwight Elder till I 9 pm
The third game was close are (l-ri) Orange Park
the way( alter Badcock manager Dale Brown Back row: Dean Johns. Steve Cubbedge. Randy Gaskins,
Brooker the tournament : Wayne Teston, and Dale Haas. Not shown: Bryan Johns Jerry
each scored four runs in ", Skippy (Crawford Teston.
first inning But Badcock \
13.10 with 13 hits to
11. Teston and :Mercer
Badcock with three hits ; (
Jackson Elder: and ("ra\\
each had two hits .
In its first game WE WANT
afternoon Badcock the'h
the 1 Lake Butler :Merchants
2 for the fourth win The :
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r Ladies Tennis Tournament Set

i S A Ladles Invitational Tennis The tournament will be PGA Golf-Around Begins Monday At IronwoodThe

i Tournament for 1975 and 1976 played on the Pratt Street

,: classes sponsored by the tennis courts which will be North Central Florida Club, Gainesville, Monday, Club, will be in charge of the teeing off at 9 a.m. meligrap4SPORTS
Starke Recreation closed from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Junior PGA Golf Around will June 14. program. For the next several weeks
Department is set Saturday Saturday and from 7 p.m. open its 1976 competition at Herb Herres, professional Registration will begin at Juniors will compete on
morning, June 19, and until the tournament is Ironwood Golf and Country at Starke Golf and Country 8:30: a.m. with the first groups different courses throughout

,; f Tuesday, June.. 22. finished. Tuesday night. North Central Florida. This
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ON OtOUTB alJohn possibly nine, clubs involved
in the program said Herres.
Brown'aMotfif The program is open to any

A't KOMI HAW* Ij WY GOSH THEY P19T qualified female golfer amateur who male has not or

T BOX IOSB q D reached his or her 18th June 10. 1978 TELEGRAPII Page

. KEYSTONE FLORIDA: HOUSE TRAILER/> ? E birthday An entry by fee August of $2 9. will be

GIN Ana XT charged at the first
/ s 1/Al nnv DOOR f I tournament and$1 is requiredfor Merchants Tie For League Lead
each tournement after
1r that. Tee time each week is 9

E Et a.m.Divisions will be divided In Women's Open Softball Play

into five groups. Ages 16-17 Beating the league leading led
14-15 and 12-13 will play 18 Betty Nipper Brooker with
Gatorettes 8.2 Thursday nightin three hits.
holes; 10-11 and 9 and under
Women's Slow Pitch The
Open Merchants
shut out
will be in the nine hole
competition. Winners will be Softball League the Brooker 11-0 Tuesday. June 1.
Merchants picked two Emma
up Murhpy led
determined by the best five
games to tie the Gatorettes for Merchants going 3-for-3.

1 7. 4 ...:: ,vi- '': t out The of nine second scores.tournament is the Both lead.teams have Identical 5- The Gatorettes stopped the

; S''a'iYOd. lo.y;:: ::,.... xre slated Monday, June 21, at 1 records. The Stumpnockers 12.1 the
- .w, ... .-. .;" _,_. :,;..' ....... Y Starke. The third match is set Stumpnockersare in
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... : ... third with 2.4 second June led
: in place a game 1.
by
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:.?. "". .'. -w"- .".- __;.a-; iNry I. UV Cove Springs hits.
NMr ... The Merchants outhit the Belinda Kilby led the
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-: .T +FI"IR ++.Nr. Gatorettes 9-5 led by Betty Stumpnickers hits.
.I A tournament will not be Hudson. Kathy Whitehead and Schedule: Thursday June
scheduled on June 28 due to Sheila Forsyth. Whiteheadhad 10: Siumpnockers'S
12 Wide Mobile Home With Monthly Payments Under the Junior PGA Championshipat two hits one a home run. Gatorettes, 7:30: p.m. .
Disney World taking place The Stumpnockers beat Brooker vs Merchants H:4r: :
that date.A Brooker 21.8 in the second pm. Tuesday. June I 15Stumpnockers : ,
: $ final listing of all game Thursday night June 3. vs Urookor..
100 tournaments will be publishedat Marv Ann Pittman led the 7:30: p.m. ; Gatorcttc-s! vs
Per Mo.. Down Payments As Small As 10% DOWN a later date. Stumpnockers with three hits. Merchants, 8:45.:


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Baseball
play. Kecreation Department got record Super" 1> und Gem(
, under way Monday. June 7. Jewelry Uilh II.IMeon .1.::1
\ with Super 1) banging out an 8- records in lirsl half play
ABOUT OUR I win over Elk's Lodge Carries "'ridu\', :May 14.
Super 1) rolled along behind. were rained out Super I h ass
i ALL AMERICN FOOD the pitching and hitting of to meet Gem Jewelry and (;a.'
Howdy Waters v ho clulx-d his was to play ":Ik's Lodge Tin-
t NATIONAL BRAND second home run of the seasonin Ianlt's111 be made. up as! soon
his two hits. Catfish Cnffis us possible
t SALE! also has two hits for Super O. Gem Jewelry and Super' I D
Emmett Watkins and Brian also plaxed t to n (i-K lie in the
i YOU'VE ONE MORE WEEK TO STOCK YOUR FAIR Thomas each had 'two hits to first half a /game Hint I will
KITCHEN CUPBOARDS FILL YOUR FRIDGE lead the Elks. have to IK finished, when lime
I AND FREEZER WITH BEST-SELLER The loss ended an Elk win permits
NATIONAL BRANDS AT UNBEATABLE s streak at Iwo games.
t MONEY-SAVING PRICES. THE BARGAINS The first half of Dixie Youth SCllKIl'I.KCFnielColC) \ :: ..
ARE RED-WHITE-AND BEAUTIFUL! SUPERMARKETS play remains unfinished with Tuesday, June H. Ti>el.i\.
r' t one game rained out and a tie l1'hul'sd'iI.IUlIl'. lot al ;.Vm:::
: CONSUMER CORNER PATIO PICNICING game pending At present, the pm. Gem Jewelry will plat
I Chamber of Commerce teamis Super n.11 games "l'ridaxluxe
. .t ANY SIZEIDOZEN .ITIR'H. SIGOUTDOOROOUSUSUN THAN ....DUNINOTHIS, NCFNfFNNIIL' .FGIMSTHIS, VI Nff.ENDilASTeMAY AR 50Mf .UGGt STIOMS..t0 we are, pleased 1 to accept in first place in lirst half been camelled hl'l'UII"t'III '
l 20* ..... 10U. DOLl1R. ,.. play with a .">-J: record gradual ion
'" CU." "OLD UO LO"G.'AH C.U'.O''CI L.""" .uOCI. .ND
CO".. TURN ,INTOO.IAT CY.kSNAT DONY DILUttL' FOOD STAMP
. t
EGGS IF YOU PI GOING' TO GRILL, HAMBURGERS STE AS AND HOT DOGS ARC ftTILlFAVORITES
ALSO CONSIDER TOP ROUND '''OULO'. STEAKS ANO.ONELESSCNUCN 1IJ Misfits Set Slow Pitch InvitationalA II
IF YOU TENDERIZE IT MARINADINGOVERNIGHT
Oft HOUND CUBES THEY GRILL WILL
' NON TNI t01N0.A r1NTRI MME 0110 E etQf$AND AYNF S TY COUPONS
' D atoll itrrA IILM Tp IKN LANtI OFT tOYTON M1MA JIM 011 (N THE FRIGE' OH TON A FEW HOURS A* ROOM TEMPERATURE US!
AttOD-DI+ tOEAtt0N,00Y0r11+Cwr VINEGAR tOR LEMON JUICE OR WINE I MIRED, WITH SOME OIL AND &PICE&ANO First Annual Misfits game's.
I f MEANS DON FORGET CHICKEN' FISHSTEANft AND SWAN FRUITS
BV ALL
f I- 'NM'I./YIRJI/ Tlb Jq yu. Irr MI 11 JN hNN / +W1. .181 I OVER pg J Invitational Softball Kolreshimntsill lie
AND '.GfU.L.' CAN ALSO BE GHILLCO TOATNgSS
I / j '! 1 W (/ IN 111 Tournament is set for June 1 II- available in the concession
ALL ITEM AND WltCf 000 HID,JUMI R TNIIY WAD.AUNT le, late OUSMTmr.ION.1INYIDrC
13 at \\estside Park. stand. As' ;IM added, (lI.t'I'1.
[1i There will be1\: American there uill l" U i halt liiiiiiT lot

Softball Association: sale\ ::1.7) .p m :S.iliird.iN' June
B argalns In M ea t w wA f_ registered i reams' I 12:! .
r participating in the tourney
which is strictly ASA L L;;i<4LL'LLG 1LLttLt 1

nctioned. Tournament' ; : ti. \1u.:
... .
. COMPARE 0..D..1OU.'D"..'co.. U.to COMPARE i wniKii r i ioE. Director: will be Fred ; ;
SAVE \\ heeler '
'./5 per Discount < 31,1 HUT 110' 2f'-$1': 49 '20 The tourney otters I first and 2-
br Pl| Fish Sticks
Cream 53t r second plaee trophies' with Ba.ssma.stersill/ hold a
Cheese LYKES WHOLE ULNA. ,.".., individual trophies ,going to nigh I tiiui'n.niH'nt ;il 1I"tllllan"
it mt MNCTiinniiiiBeef .III.. 9at PORK SHOULDER Pork Roll Sausage 79C first place onl> Also up 'for |Hol( Saturday..lune I I.;!
I Chuck Steak II 2 'O"'S.'O''otiiti' fO'UOW' /.!I'ubsiII /he the Most Ho.its' \\Kiiiiuh nt 111'11IIf.!"
II...S KtnciiinMiuimiiiit Mil Pork Loin Chops M29 1 \alualile l'la\cr Irophx" and a Spring I.incline Saturday. ;il f iii
't Chuck Pot Roast II 5128 SMOKED ? Home HUll trophy p.111 i sharp. 'I'ournanicnthshmgvullendua '
:Misfits extend in Sunds
/
IMVMI N WCtl t If I II Nq$ 'E" an opennn
5138, SAVE Ration to all their I rieml" to I understand' l the hugs! and,'
'1 Bnls. Stew Beef II PICNICS Super Discount jjp
... 4th iimc out and Mipport.. (heir I11I1Mlll1ll1s arc.. haling f.IICHI.! 1'011
I i i "iti tui" tun IIKII 'tMi ni
S lirst' \t'lIlun' into hosting a.1I I.1 sure to bring l .plenty ol
Breakfast Bacon 129 10I TO 8 I Clu..n.lI1ll'Admission into lepellanl
"1 HIM M ( I the tournament ill he M I understand. Julian MtKae
AVG. LOTS OF a i 1
ar'M 'Yer Franks sly L6 5 9 donation fur all\ persons' met is really) looking! Inruard tolishinn

' MmIMIINit"" I it ITS the' age nl \12. including IHTSOII' Kodman! ill night. HeKIS
Cornish Game Hens ,,7ge '0' accompanying plajers. to the those. Ions und slumps

...,.......IIOI.'IO'.IS hfd baler. al night) on Ihirctimer
79c a 3 LEG QUARTERS WITH BACKS DAYTONA BEACH .props. lie sags I Ihl' only
Lamb Roast 0 DI
II 1 up r DiscountOUCHsi @ Super >Hint QyciMiin 3 BREAST QUARTERS WITH BACKS advautagc of lishinc' Koilniiindiii'iny
"
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.. 3 WINGS-3 NECKS-3 GIBLET PKGS. y : '" li\hyhl linui's> I IN! Hiit
S Snapper lIS 5139 70 :..!. cur i r -
Fillets ,
FLORIDA ..! you can sotthose slumps
.. 11""<" fMUH IllS I ow.!. ROUND SIRLOINSTEAKS PMCMIUM ,.-...... IvtttT' alter >IMI run n\er ;iml
: T159c '' GRADE OR them,
Dressed Whiting STEAK through,
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1 GEORGIASHIPPED -- -. .. Dale.luhns' iind AT (C"HIP"I',
l" |
...,
"""S.'O'IO'"IS. --. .
CS
T 5129 U TIKSMCTID $138 u. Beef Briskets II .0..0 INSOICWOCONN'EO ':;"I"-" ( must) ol the |.,<.nissin
..F"ooe-oo\: ; : \ )Hiiilni.in. 'I'hex' sun-K.-IM-it. /

Super Dl uti @ er D! c unffOSTOM i Su_ Dbeeuld'301 tu r Discount fy' .1 Hood iiicminu! I rUIn the lucks,
. to Ki'lUMind\ I Landing \last\
Pantry Pride turCHUCK .0..UII..f BLADt SOUTHERN PRIZE QUARTER ; .. :....-. .': .._... August I Ia" m liiKlniiin ,ileu
SKINLESS SLICED CUBE SHOULDERSTEAKS SHOULDERROAST SLICEDBOLOGNA FRYER di\s ago| and .the ,.:ru.*
needs nioxMnn again' so I rill
FRANKS STEAK HAS? BACON HO* O (MIASTS Mire Dale will Ininu/ I he
proper machine to clu the job

.. 1.J U***.OOVlI ICTIOOKMMO L11 138 PKG IB 69 Only June and July

: _ ,tournaments lull this >eir'' In
AuKUst./ ue'll kick off a new
sea.on.1'1w I'.175-7(1\ ;) (; season, has
The Best on the Teen a mite slow lor must of
'the \Kassmasters; (including
Bargains in Produce FRESH BAG OF '12 zs Bargains in Bakery @ Reach costs me i
vlcll FLORIDA See all >uu HdssmiisterH at

OWN LIMES 58 less at theAcalUlico Orange Springs.. !
MII\ GOLDEN TOP
pass Wishes
RED RIPE '. I Inn.
\$1 "" "/V .. FRESH EACHs rEACH DUTCH APPLE :NeiH'raulordl'rojmMi' 1

,1 FLORIDAMANGOES _
WATERMELONS
39c\V PIE Daytona Beach doesn I have to be
? !
(. I expensive, At(he all new AcapulcoInn tilunnl'r : ,
'r ,you can have a value-tilled,

';Y; V Sjflper Discount SAVE S l k FRESH zoZ 79c vacation how to, pay now.for' without,U,later And worrying'for' extra about' I4'i: i II.. .I II 114. I 16The

] : 1 value we nave fully equipped'
BAKED
(. / /i" at'r efficiencies, Summer Uecreation:

al 1 SWEET & MELLOWGolden The Acapulco Inn is one of the best rrogram, sponsored by the
89c Super Discount 'm III oceanfront resort hotels' right on'the Starke( Recreation i
Woilds, Most Pemous Beach
will gel: underway
PASTY riAMIor FMISH (ARID Department:
" RipeBANANAS CtOVIUllAf You close to Jai,Alai. Dog Racing next Wednesday, June 16,
Daytona International Speedway.
BROWN-M SIBVI with registration! under way
and|Just a snort drive to Walt Disney,
IMfyOayLPrice t= >ui>or Di> *unt y Iwc.yDayLPrlce CW DROLLS3l ea ROLLS World and other' great'Florida now
attractions' Registration began
FRESH FRESH CALIFORNIALEMONS FRESH r..*E.N IOOf 3/I For complete,info on how you can get yesterday (Wednesday* and
YELLOW YELLOWONIONS :a a the best for less send,in the cuupon will run through Friday, June
CORN IJ below Send'it,in last and we II throw \\1.11.1 and will continue Monday
I. ....... PATS. Inc the book al you The Bicentennial, and Tuesday, June 1415.

t jJI/EAfl t: 8 c I lAC or 58 C POUND French Bread 2/M/ 'Iat GuaeloFloKlalIS But,hurry'' We wooly free gelACAPOLGO /-""*?-*'>**>*. The Tiny Tot program will

12 .. ,
"H"'OI' | CIO[ C 01 I / he offered Monday
Cinnamon or Nut Buns 59' 20 Wednesday, and Friday from
IHHr \9.11:30 1 :: a.m. for ages 4. 5. and
Ii(i. To attend a child must be
-MASS:'.,;'Me. I: ; four years old before June 1 I.,
f 'lh.n.ti tot)ISIS alma'n I II II Structured classes will be
"o.o.ou"oUDI, I I -inrow iha' oook I II INAm1 offered in the morning forages
ERA WHORE \l.V
32oz OXYDOL 49oz BOX I I II 7-14 in archery and
FRESH SAC I recreational sports which will

LIQUIDDETERGENT LAUNDRY : Str tl AddresS I include ping pong billiards.
FRYERS shuffle board. volleyball and

$121 $ 133 39c : City, Suit. _lit., j: others.A .

DETERGENT A57SOOSMOSS000GYG5: ;: L..I special introductorycourse

MAIL TO *u>uieo' 'Inn IIOS Soulh, ilinnc Avmuti in tennis will bo offered
P.,... Midi Slwn fundl, 32010((904)! ) r>'l-UIO for children ages 7-9 and


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$ 1'1'1'1'1'1' I IS
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jamin L Moxley, a Georgia ''', ;,,"" ;' "..' '' "- ',.' .' I, DELUXE MODEL 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
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: : ;:-- 'f' V r" -" GALAXY 12" II
Southern College Student :,:: 11,1; ; 2153-THREE SPEED ,',,1,1,1,1, ,' 1 ,
from Starke, was a candidatefor
a BS In Education degree I:' 1 REG. $24 99 1'' y

duation ut the 4Bth ceremonies spring quarter scheduled gra I i! FLOOR ,,,1,111, 1 i

for Wednesday June 9. i: ';
Dr John 0. Eidson, Vice : ." -
Chancellor of the University :;:::l'l '
'" I '; / l '
System of Georgia and pastpresll'nt I"'i "' ; l-r ** FAN 1111', / '*].] ...
of GSC, addressedthe I'" I 'I
,',' '," ,
11'1 I I Ill S
1,075seniors and graduate ,',', ," ', ,
1
I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1
students on "Current Trendsin I''',"' '',',' ;]';]'. '.',I,7 i I+, i| {'''''til'1''1! I I ,I 11111111,1,1,1,1 I I I I, I, I, i I
Higher Education" 1'1'1'1'1'1, I 1, i '''
illl''
ECKERD DRUGS IS CELEBRATING THE ''
I 1 1 ;iT -: :
l-nlt'I'"ulI Enrll" 1 OPENING OF OUR SOOTH STORE. THIS 1!! -- :;} : 3
;: ;' J" ;
.
\\.r.nrolinu, : ilegree I'' MONTH WE WILL BE OFFERING YOU -,;,,"t ,-[J ) ;.,,, i 93 ; ; o ; ; ; ;

CULLOWIIEE, N.C. -- A MANY UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES. WE ,j'',;, ': : ; l STORE ,, !
Starke student was among 920 I
1
YOU'LL FIND PRICES THIS }, ' l'I' '
persons who received degrees DOUBT '1 i1 / Ili WriYIrICIrS 1'
I 11 I I I 1 1 1 1 I I
from Western Carolina 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,
University Sunday June 6. LOW ANYWHERE. 11111 ,
Hubert Paterson III O 1'I' , , I , 1111111I'I'1 / I
George ,, 1 li ll / 1 I, I I I I I I I I I , ,
was awarded the bachelor of '' 4_ e iiji'iV'X', 1 !1 1 1 ,';1'!'1 1'!1'1 I 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 1'I I I I l 1 l l l l l l l l l l l l l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II

!science in education degree
with a major in health and .
physical education. He is the i.
!son of Mr and Mrs Robert G. E a ) I
oz
the I .
I'aterson of Kt. 2. 4 LB,
r AEROSOL MEN'S & LADIES'
TvTil l; .its .. '
*
Summer Lunch ho should not cPPERTONE ;- EPSON
r \< RAINCOATS V
Program Set toppeitOl'
*
take aspirin..: TANNINGBUTTER
Cl'UU Economic Agency 1 ASSORTED SIZES 4"
will, be sponsoring the f* *' ,3( ei SALT
SumniiT Food Lunch Pro TYLENOL but ( I I
gram for children again this fl100's 4: S SSOT ':-
-3 C GET A t ? ".

year"Funded through the L' S.Department 4.. WILDEXOTIC { LIMIT REG3 1 49 ) o I a
Ott ONE ,
of Agriculture TAN'' 09 99 t
tin/ program \\ill begin June 7 rSLLIMIT ;
Laid continue through August B *- ONE I.r I. 9 ".
I 16 I97ti Lunches will be )f. LIMIT
o
served young people 3 to 18 ONE
years of age. It provides nutritionally k !
balanced free mealsto *
needy children! regardlessof

i actv. color, or national origin *:

All persons of Bradford
County interested l in this program I PEG SERGEANT'S SENTRY SELF-PROPELLED
phone !Itj-l.jtll9; ;
may 11995
-- 22 INCH-3H P
Neighborhood, Service Center m* -- IV FLEA COLLAR
in Starke from Bam to 4 p mMonday .r. (: POWER MOWER
through FridayHKOOKER 1 4 OZ -LIMIT ONE --- : +__. FOR MED & LARGE 1
4 DOGS OH CAT
KARAtE 12 COLLAR CONTAINS'
HAl KRACO 23 CHANNEL ifl) SING/1110/ SENGARO


IN BRIEF 1 AFT ER SHAVE "(B" MOBILE RADIO ,p u F ''I'!' KILLS s o .1

Foe 8
Sergeants PEG 13988 4.
CHANNELS SOLID STATE 4 18 !
By Jeannette Prescott I 40Z LIMIT ONE BUILT' ,IN SPEAKER LIGHTED 0288 SENTRY.".....IV....0.CnwIR,..'.'... MOS GRASS ,.
IlIItltlKEIt: 1 l'' BRONZE OR TALC VIEW' METER #2310 t 'P-- REG' 98 CATCHER 7.UGASOLINE

< I IX" :\1S:: dlel'e' GUARD"
Stacy !11,1)! l'S was elected RIGHT
pn'Mili-iil of the Brooker 411 SSI30 MAKES 8
flub election of new officers 1 I UPSOF GREATCOFFEE NORELCO IENGOg 99BICYCLE :
Thursilax.1I'll' ::1 i DEODORANT 77 99 REG 8 CUP REG LAWN EDGER
otlu'i'" 'new' officers are PLAYING
Prlxiriih I ) (!reen \ice-presi- COFFEEMAKER 2 H P BRIGGS & STRATTON
tlent. sln'li.1 Starling, secre MINT LIMIT' ONE MOTOR 'I
',11'SI"lron Fussrll! cor'ponilinn 1 640Z BEG OR CARDS
H'"; !secretary Jill II f 88
", >es. treasurer Mike CLOSE-UP 69 I 'f
Sl.ti\mi.. n'pllrler.1ichl'llc: :
SiIholl' i !special events/ rf rfNUT )n T ;:

I'.'MIIKiggs.. recreation TOOTHPASTE 12488 : ; 69 r
li'idcr I 111'1'nelrl's.. bong t1; / REG
Ii "nli'1-. hood Kussell.; meml 100 9KEEBLERlS" '
l Iw'a' .hip J
1'iojiils, chairmen arc Ann/ TABLETS LIMIT ONESONtlNEX .... -
St. and Helen Sander I 32 3 ...""'1." ,
u hng ,r OSCILLATING' JTIIL STIAINIIKICTftiCirr ;..' 4 BIGGS' CHOC CHIIJ/ COCO ,
: DOIS THI wOiWO \ onnttss r
.on si-MinK Jerry Phil.ipsTonimj 13 ': :
''Hh.III ) Cox. vood.l.iine l lUICf' '01 lltf IMO TPROCTOR :" .,t;; 'RII MOOR

\.1lrkuu4, \. Haves bcelMcicMh ,+ SILEX 'y "
stillwell' horsesI ; \ +; "
I nd'/ut Hie >'l'arparly sill bes I fOR SLEEP ELECTRICJUKER :-r : ;. 14''' OZ

t I.nl.l\,, ( .hll1(' I IJ at the hakr .) SHEAR .'
\ iti,T >k.itinn, ,rink : COOKIES
(

BIOOKEH: : vriisr a ,INSTANT BEAUTIFUL NAILS LIMIT ( \ s,> I:

('HI tunI ONE PAK t I r + '

'I the tiiiMtum' ,"IIn( / 'n'Irom,ItIO/1 the/ recvnedii emces ARRUS 59 1099 /L fij .1''REG 94 69' 1788JDECORATIVE

I ii Ileo,, ,'rill\ 1 by ')'11111111\ Cox last NAILS &{Ii LIMIT REG
in !l.i\ Vie express to Ue\ FINGER 1399 J.I.I 19 99V
l> i I i\ (('t i.mlurd ourini.ith> K \ 'I
.
in' Ins! illness! "
\.ic.ition' Bible School atr.M'okrr 12OZ CANPUNTERS ELECTRIC FIEX-UNE IA 'I
Baptist starts this WITHOUT I REG 89' I II
siiiiiiiiei' with a parade Sjtur LIMIT TWO WEEDGRASSTRIMMER
d. \ June' I'J. Classes\ begin ACCENT TABLE
:MoiiiJune" | 2and\ con f HIS> COUPON SPANISH -
tiniit through/ "'l'Id,1Juru..' .'.". I WOR"HIO 16' 16'x16' WHITE OR v 4 ;G
limn.. 7 i 9 I p m each( (day Com WILKINSON YELLOW WITH' .
ni'ni/ euu'at exercises' will IxInIll 11, COUP29) 003= GLASS TOP PEANUTS. :j
Sund.iN) night JuncJj .Mlflnlilieii ; n DOUBLE LANTERS 4988
are urged tu take [\\\\1.\\ 5 CT STEEL ':
put, t tee STAINLESS
t\ .1.16
Vliiiniiuiin suit drink ,'anp..p I 88 77
., EXTRUDED NViONINE
INSTANT
Ie '
4I
li'ps, and the' plash I Danish nu" STOP START
tons 'that hold I them will lx ms @\.w / p ,, SEED :
'HRL u REG 9 88 .
used in :Mrs! :Marx Jane 1 ,," CUUVUN
...
REG 59 99
cliis -
(1,1 ens project' She -- -
rcijiiests donations of these -
items. plus am plastic milk, ,_ DECORATOR SPRING SHOWERS
t 1 1i 1'tons WINDEX

\IMII \a; : SOI.KMNUKD:: : : t JUSTABLEHEAVYGAUAESIG AD TOSS PILLOWS IGLASS CLEANER OSCILLATINGSPRINKLER
METAL
\\e wish! all happiness for RUBBERIZED CANVAS '* :; l
:Mallene\ and Dennis Sitowewh'isc TABLE TOP GRILL ASSORTED SHAPES 8.r. SIZES WITH fREE SPRAYER -g
.
/mairiagf was! solem,\ / SURF RIDER (REG 59)' ''''' MODEL E. 100. REG 188 '
mind(i Sallll'd.June in # AEC ) 99
I'I\' linker Haptist Church TRAP un' p :

144 gas: .'-" < I <
I'KHSON\I.S I : | ij 8

!son Mr' of Lakeland and :Mrs Clyde accompaniedl Hobm 588 r r 4il ? OZ 49C1t f I

l 111'11'1./ L C are visiting/
Mi and :Mrs Dick Kaulorsonnnd ;
t l.unil Iy plus other rely '

I.1 ti\(i-s's. here\\ICl'. this is in/ week the I nicer while FLORIDA FLEX] 7 QUART MENS 73 FT. WEBBING '0:

sin of Florid :Medical Center : :'->1 U i
L
in t.IIIIt'IIIII': undergoing f1MONO LINE PARTY PORTER "'d'.J WALKSHORTS D .
te,'tWe pray the tests show / COLORSREG 94'ASS'
nothing. ; serious, and that Edna ZEBCO 202SPINCAST .... STURDY FOAM- I T l.l: ., 139 ; tpound .
a,ill l he, home soon/ I .... -; .- WITH HANDLE a I .
Mi and :Mrs' Irving Hodge! OUTFIT 8 spoolAli 18 8 O REG 99 air DACRON I Pr
and family I 1 ISltl'd11": and lEBt, ;PINI.A4, ,ill 48 ; tests Q PATTERNS'- I
:Mis ll.irlen !lIKIIIl'and family wr1 ,t:. ,is,'BERe)"Nt "I.1 i. ,t'' : 6 to 80 Ib9 4 r I IQMP
.i'.S' .Al. 1 It : ,; ,
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MI' I 1. iihoochcp June/ 4-4 I' A > WON" Reo i. J9 -" YOU'LL
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-= 77"F 488.-r I II

thE Old yi'n&'z D-CON HOUSE !:- YOU'RE k:

.:. SAFARI DOUBLE *
t'. l"i2J l AND GARDEN .
AI'I\)\, a1v J -COJj
\ ) I r- ; LANTERN h ousel PRICES GOOD ONE FULL WEEK I! OPEND llV990PENSUNOAV9.6 f TWICE THE every Getanextraietofprintswith o'colooblackand, *

: ; \ ., BUG KILLER 9a'ae' THURS. JUNE 10THRU WED.. JUNE 16 PRINTS whit film developed and print6V. ,'

\ V 1V\ \ I OPERATES i-.UOBESCtNl ON ", 02SPRAY ; I I. I I aJ [!:: I SHOP EARLY '7'.w. TWICE THE When adTODAY you pick AND up your EVERYDAY devel- 2v" >' '
\ A SOME ITEMS
J 3Jl Jl ,
BOTH BATTERIES' 19 9 9 88 -r FILM opal film;': end prints- buy two "
I AND AC HOUSE 8 SOUTH WALNUT LIMITED '--tL roll of' Koddcolor or black and -4IL
"A l lot of who 'RRENT PEG a.r,
people give '
up. .o."lnlfind Kricjing; /: : about u it.aubslitute" L:: .I _. REG 269' t 19, ST., STARKE SUPPLY r "ihiJ'lnl.Lth EVERYDAY! .TODAYANp! regular| price-r k Jj\ ,


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wI Retirement Ceremonies For Col. Harry M. Hatcher, Jr.

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Planned For Friday, 4:30P.M., At Camp Blending :I;

-
I Colonel Harry M. Hatcher, Ci, December 1946 with duties as Meritorious Service Medal, vice Medal with one Silver ul)
Jr., State Maintenance Commenda.IO't
Shop Officer. Good Conduct Medal, American cluster, Florida
Officer for the Florida Hatcher was promoted to Campaign Medal, Asiatic tion Medal, Meritorious Ser-
National Guard, will retire Captain, Ordnance, in 1948; Pacific Campaign Medal, vice Ribbon with clusters rl','AIII f
from active service on Friday, Major, Ordnance in 1953; European African Middle
Col. Hatcher is married and
June 11 after 36 of ser -
years Lieutenant Colonel Ordnancein ;
+ vice.A Eastern Campaign Medal has one son Harry Hatcher tt'it\'-:
1961 and Colonel, Armor in with one Battle Star, World III who is
4I, "" A retirement will married and lives ,
ceremony
be held on the parade ground April 1969.During War II Victory Medal, Armed in Starke, and one daughter, .dr!
his and faithful
Camp Blanding at 4:30: p.m. long Forces Reserve Medal, Army Gayle, who is a student of University -
career, his wide and varied
Reserve Components of
South Florida,
Colonel Hatcher began his
..- assignments have included Achievement Medal, Florida
military career by enlisting in r+ Tampa. Col. Hatcher and his *:
the Florida Army National tr Shop Officer, Maintenance Cross, Florida Distinguished wife !May live at 1715 E. Call

Guard in February 1939 with Officer Material, Officer Supply, Staff Officer and Service Medal, Florida Ser Street ;1

Myyl" x dH Headquarters Company, 124th Administrative Officer, Divi-
Infantry at Jacksonville. He sion Ordnance Officer, Unit ASPHALT SEALINGCHEVRON
was discharged in March 1940 Commander of Ordnance '.
and enlisted in the U.S. Army, Company,Ordnance Battalion JET SEAL .
He was commissioned a Executive Officer, Ordnance MAKES OLD ASPHALT LOOK LIKE NEW ,!
Second Lieutenant in 1942, Battalion Commander, Assis- .. I
from Officer Candidate tant Chief of Staff, Camp Protect Your DrivewayFROM

; riIaf School, Ft. Benning, Georgia, Commander, and at the timeof GAS LEAKAGE DIESEL FUEL ,y
and promoted to First Lieu his retirement, is serving as FOR ONLY 40 CENTS PER SQUARE YARD 'pAll
+ tt+IMbepartmentofOffender tenant in 1943 and Captain, in Col. Harry Hatcher State Maintenance Officer 'Ii
Rehabilitation
Director 01Adult Services (right),
presents
To Retire Friday Guaranteed ,
Florida State 1944. with to Work .
PrlsowInmale David Bog" a certificate of completion of the Experience Center assignment Headquarters ,.
Workshop j In background (I lrFSP) Superintendent' B.J. Leverett. Lucky Stack and Inmate Hatcher was released from and Headquarters ,
; Larry FREE ESTIMATES
over the diploma,designed by Inmate artist Dennis Whitney. active Federal Service in National Guard as First Lieu Detachment, Florida Army
Rel.0o1, April 1946 and assigned to the tenant, Ordnance, with the National Guard. TENNIS COURT PATCHING TOPPING
Officers Reserve Corps until 748th Ordnance Maintenance His decorations and awards "
Inmates Leant his appointment in the Florida Company, Jacksonville, in include the Bronze Star, Phone 964-7813

I ], (From Page 1)) able to empty them." also had praise for the
>self-assttrance and compas'trion Stack also told graduates he inmates, who had "performedwell
learned in the program, wished the world outside could and gotten something out .r
Jones said. know the beautiful people he of it." G
i'. had met at the prison, saying, Stack hopes to extend the FT t+
f-Guest speaker; Lucky Stack"related "You have proven you can program to all Florida institu- Y sew it. ,v
this quote from Louis improve yourself and grow." tions in the near future, in & .
Wainwtlght, Executive Secretary Stack described the programas hopes of "bringing reason to :
: of, the Department of one that gives a new look at this world of chaos" lie was :
;Offender Rehabilitation: "If self-image and a feeling of in Tallahassee Tuesday to and save'Stl! :
this program were implemented faith in humanity. speak; to prison officials about :1 I
: in prisons, we'd be Superintendent Leverette his plan f
FABRIC SHOPS



t Ii UGH Reopening June 21 with ,g i



-r' (LAKE BUTLER-Following take emergency room duty to 7-10 days and supplies will be .G.VY.O FABRIC
JS'& lively discussion of more augment my income, it's my ordered for June 21. No per ::4
-than three hours Union Genera business," Dr. Jewell told the sonnel will actually begin at .'
Hospital trustees decided board. the hospital until June 21, IuMeT "
In the presence of about 20 Acting against Dr. Jewell's because a prior orientation is ,('
'.county .residents to proceed request to be named acting "luxury we cannot afford,"
'jVlthopening the hospital June administrator upon the Dr. Jewell said.
., ,421...,=--- *. resignation of Eugene llard- Once bills are paid this POLYESTERDOUBLE
;**.Reopening date of June 7 val, the board voted to ask week, the hospital's funds will
*"was" postponed by the board of Hardval to stay on with the be deleted, according to board
_4 trustees last Thursday, whentdifficulty hospital until a successor has treasurer !Mrs Ruth Poppell, KNIT
arose in obtainingthe been named. Hardval ten- except for $10.000 in savings. knit
[ services of Dr. Vladimir dered a resignation effective Tax money collected to
.:-Holowatsch. This was the June 15. Board chairman support the hospital amountsto
Machine wash Tumble dry
latest of many opening post. D.M. Hale indicated that about $71,000, but this has warm, ,
:' Onements. A May date was Hardval might agree to the U'fii placed in a separate savings remove promptly. Spruce up your
abandoned due to delay licen- request. account. The board has summer's wardrobe. Easy care, 100%
i stire,rigid state safety regulaUonS Although no official openingwill promised not to touch the tax ,
-- 'and building require- be held until the hospitalhas money and accrued interest Polyester. 58/60 Inches Wide tT
1
'.J*1nen6 .:: a "shakedown cruise," until the hospital is officiallyopen. re o t
In 'solution to the doctor personnel will be hired. within .
,' pfobtem, the board received n .
4r
''- lone-ysar agreement from Dr. .
'';'Holowatsch to provide emergency Junior Achievement EASY-CARE! ;
room service in return I
{for 9285. This sum is to pay EASY-WEAR! 'sOur '


land Memo-dal malpractice insurance! Considered By ChamberA Low PrIce.. $267YD. ;

(premiums of 7485. ,I
Junior Achievement the national JA organization, ,
3..J Dr. Holowatsch will contrl- program may be set up in a fee of $500-1,000 per ",
f bute half of all professional Starke in the coming months, company would be charged.A .
t" fees generated in the emergency if volunteers and funds Junior Achievement Regular 2.97DOUBLE
f room to compensate for convince the Chamber of company begins its year in -
I"the rent and insurance, Commerce Board of late October and liquidates at CREPE STITCH
Governors to undertake the the end of April. The young
T Dr. M.L. "Buck" Jewell, project people select their own boardof
'who will become Union General Gordon Lineberry directorof directors and officers in the 4\\ KNITMachine
,:.' medical director upon its the Jacksonville Junior company, decide wages, pay
jjtDpemng. defended the ex pen- Achievement (JA) program, taxes, keep records and at the
:Uditure to the board saying spoke to the Board June 3 end of the year complete an Machine wash warm, Tumble dry,
'';that; :the cost to the board is about setting up the program, annual report.'JIIU'II'Y.. Remove promptly 58/60" wide. 100%
;;nominal compared to the total explaining that at least three
Polyester. Great for Skirts, slacks, etc.
anticipated income to beT volunteers from a community .
derived from Dr. Holo- business and $500-2.000 in

watsch's using! the hospital funding would be required for (From Page I 1)) I
-facility-: the six-month program.
rDr.. Jewell further stated A JA company, he said, is week since the water systemcan
I that $91,658 has been composed of about 10-30 young afford no more than that 97 "
expended by the hospital since people and three advisors, now
e''It closed for financial reasons who sell stocks in the In other action Monday Colors! 'I','
t1. in May, 1974. and urged the company, then manufactureand night the council:
"V board to open the hospital to sell a product.JA is a non --Asked for cooperation
Our Low Price
..t tffevent further losses with now profit organization that between the Law tey Volunteer .. ,
generated income. teaches the basics of business lire Department and the "
'sM.1, through experience. town's police force. Councilman YO, '
Dr. 'J well will man the Lineberry said. Bennett told the two "
room on Tuesdays !Most products are designedfor groups to work togl'therIar! "
"I"r Thursdays each week the housewife, becauseonce shall :M.M: Jordan has been
the coming year and the product is ready to without a key since he
Holowatsch will be on sell, door-to-door sales are resigned i us fire chief and I the a
emergency duty !Mondays and required. (locks on the fire department T G.tV.'f ADVERTISED MERCHANDISE POLICf .M.I .
Wednesdays. The two doctors $100-200 in stocks are sold by building \ebeen changed tokl't'l' BAN NAMEIICAROm
Our company i policy it to 'f' ton dvirtotd
will alternate weekend duty JA workers in $1 t shares (no hotter track. of the equip "onanmw' in tdtqum supply,in our lions. In ttitvtni Wt Will Bi "t
and will assist one another in one may buy' more than one) ment. Fireman James Waters 'tttt advtrtittd, mUCnodnet. ivaiiabif, dui r Hippy Tp r
surgical procedures. Emergency and at the end of the year, the said Jordan would be ;;iven anew to Goad unfoitmn upanraqutlt"'lOn"In.od,'G.1Mtlnm.cnndI.LI will piarm. a Ram may 1 Adrnrib Mini 1
services will be available money is returned with a key if he asked for one b, purchaitd It t tho silt" pi,,,, wise .it bKomtl 1 If/ TH Art, NM r "I
on a 24-hour basis. dividend if the company is Ik'iiiH'tt pointed out the police .vailibli, or you nay pur chit* similar" qualityintrciiandifaat Donna With I
,limilirprictreduction, It'.,....Dlref, ?ri.r.wOf
Two examining rooms and a successful. At least a 10 are on duty when firemen are TOIV to ... that you *rt happy with, yourpurchatts
consultation room III be pro percent dividend is paid from not :and could answer fires '.
.'vided at the hospital for Dr all Jacksonville JA quicker if they had access to
I...Jewell's private practice. HeAX.91.accept companies, Lineberry said. the fire truck .
: both walk-in and A sponsoring company or "-\\jis told bv Clerk Lucille
i:,'''appointment patients Monday companies within the !Million! that the town's t'ETA! itil
M through Friday 10 a m. until community is required to funds will end June 30 unless. ;t
t:noon except! Thursday, his day provide the JA company with another appropriation is
J off. He will also offer office advisors in management, l'ect'I'l'tl.'lrenHln! Waters PREFERRED SUPER DUCK PALENCIA
."hours !Monday and ednesday sales and production. Two and night marshal Charles
... evenings and Saturday mornings hours each week the JA Carter are both paid under the 'it
: he said company would be in I'KTA program. DRESS SPORTSWEARPRINTS BROADCLOTH ;.1
.
>JJ[ Some'concern wus production Lineberry told the -\\as. told that 56 water customers \\t
Dr. Jewell Board are delinquent. All but
impressed that t
t' .* "wofuld to If the Hoard joins with one are for meters that are not
:.be returning
r' Klsslrnmce'on his days off to Jacksonville in setting up its being used but when the system PRINTS SOLIDS !ili i i
5-: phase out his 28-yrar practice program a fee of$2.ooo wouldbe I was going in residents I
1 l Ihcre.'Dr. Jewell promised to'pphase charged for helping to set agreed to pay the minimum itii,i
, up as many as five JA even though they were not ,,'
the Klssiinmee Machine wash Tumble
out 44"/45" wide. warm. dry.
:t Machine wash warm, Machine wash warm Tumble dry
the
This fee would using water Delinquencies ,
companies.
"*i- ;practice within 60 days, bring- blouses. Remove promptly. 44V45" wide, "
> cover record books manuals, totaled S:191Ionddv: : 100% cotton Great for dresses or remove promptly. 44V45" Wide' "
"
''J-.'i inS "some patients His to Lake sales order books, purchase night. The council decided to 1000, Cotton. Great for Jeans and 65% Kodel Polyester, 35% Comb
Butler ith him proposal ed Cotton. Permanent Press with a
.S' met with board approval and order materials and trainingfor !give the delinquent customers Sportswear no,
full of colors.
additional 30 until range
advisors.If an days
June 21. "/rr
n.\led 10 the vote to open
off the Board becomes August 10. to pay w ithout penalty
ft-'t'JlO\\\er.lf on my days
i*, Jl i --Commended Councilman $198 $ 29 ;
Bennett on his supervision of Low Low $929 Low

I eftF (::0"-," Idlll(I1II. . (From Page U hall remodeling donated of b\ the the Seaboard new city Price ... Price.. Price ... I YARD ,

stone Oaks be rezoned to resi Coastline Railroad Bennett
,. :"* patients. : were children 1,150 dential. said the June 21 council meet- ,.
'weres' and 990 were .Requested the reappointment ing should be held in the new
& ttime with drinking problems.
\ -
of Col. Harry Hatcher to air conditioned building


5.;'.$7,253.Agency Insurance Accepted'Roberts suggested bid the received only Insurance that liability this for expiration the l\lentalliealth District of his V"Authorized payment appointmentfrom Board upon to June books I P m.Was 27 each ill to told be July weekday open registration 27 in from Law except ley 1.3 wcuataa( : iuxixa! J l3 .r5*


might
i"$100,000 limit policy National Compactors for the Thursday Clerk. Shuford said
.r produce credit deductions remainder of its obligation County Registrar! :Neva Flynnis inf' -
f 1 from the fleet policy through except for W05 charge for installation. trying) to gel. everybody eligible *
. '**,>* 8fv'hl1aJt I non-licensed, The new compactors registered for the September Shopping Center Starke Fla.June10,1976
)*?FtamTUactors.Approved'ehl'*leuucPl! KLroad' grader-... wilt not be installed primaries. Registeringeither 301 S. .

Zoning until new sites! arc prepared, In La\ley or the county
the
and will be installed by con nlfitv will qualify voters for
,...IIIIard.1f recommendation that tract. l I. iwley and county elections.
,; Y' .i'l' yal.lfi: : _Key

I



I ragei9 acaauaverae' June III, .'18 ,
----- -

Succeeds Like Success Finch Can Prove It ...- LETTERS
Nothing .: '" "U' '"
II I
f :, \ \ I"\ HOW ARE SUCHRAISESJUSTIFIED

'. ', .t ,. ; "

To The Editor:

J In one of the recent copies cf)
t your paper I see certain cost
s% of living raises have been
e ey meted out to certain county

officials, ranging anywherefrom
.-. 29 per cent up and to 92

,.", '. I" s per cent.

As a resident of Bradford

County and naturally a

t. taxpayer, I cannot, for the life
< a) r of me, understand how these
.1
s '+r types of raises are justified.
1
t It would seem, in some fat-

J cat's eyes, they are; however,
if I get a little 5 per cent raise-
"" 1'.' that is inflationary, and is
:: ; going to cause the country to
';;)- go broke.If .

someone can explain this
I Ii to me, it certainly would be
s appreciated.

.... i -James S. Holly
Box 283-B, RL 3

M Starke, Fla.


SCHOOL LOSING:\ LIBRARY BOOKSAn
Female members of the Biggley firm sing their sorrow when all show up for the office party
II wearing identical "Paris originals." LL Open Letter to Parents:

As we come to the end of the

The "voice from the school year, we are in the
same Abner, "Pajama Game, Climbing the ladder of
book" that steered J, "No, No Nannett," and the success, from mailing room to process of assessing the
Pierrpont Finch on his career ever popular, "Oklahoma." penthouse, Finch reached the Bradford High School LibraryCollection..determining losses

from window-washer to top with gay abandon over the J.P. Finch will stop at nothing to reach the top In the business and additions and evaluatingour
president of the board might The production last Friday prone bodies of his world-even if It means taking lessons In knitting. program of the past year.
also have given instructionson and Saturday nights at the compatriots at Biggley's
"How to Succeed in Woman's Club dinner theatre World Wide Wickets." S We would like to express our

Producing A Professional was another triumph for concern for the continuous

Musical" with Amateur teacher-coach Grover Meanwhile, his "intended" pattern of losses of new books-
Talent. Howard who starred in the secretary Rosemary eg'fb. -those added within the past

This book, if ever written, last three Jockel productions Pilkington played and sung County Agents By five years. These losses are so
would be authored, of course, and gave the capricious role of by Carol Milner, in fine voiceas ,f.& i} great that our purchases

by Richard Jockel, whose J. Pierrpont Finch just the usual, could do little but be Notebook BobbyTaylor cannot possibly replace them.
production of "How to right mixture of exuberant
craftiness combined with patient and sing(, "Happy to Last year we purchased 100
Succeed in Business without library books and lost 269.
new
innocence to win the His Dinner Warm"- ;
Keep
Even Trying, caps a long pseudo We estimate the average cost
series to successes that have hearts of bosses and though she could never find v iI
of a high school library book to
included such hits as "Lil secretaries alike. him when dinner was ready. } Too much rain in
.. some produces a very poor looking be about $7, which comes to
areas is beginning to have lawn. quite a sum of money
some effect on our gardens, considering our losses. With
M vegetables and tobacco crops. Suggested mowing heightsare the constant cuts in our budgetand
Excess water has caused root 2 to 3 inches: for St.
etriTORiAL! the increased cost of
Augustine grass;! 1 to 2 inches
damage to these and
crops for books, our library holdings
long hours of high humidity Centipede grass and about are constantly decreasing.It .
inches
has ideal 3 for bahia grass.
,; i been for disease
-4 J' k V development. Frequency of mowing is is our desire to provide a
::
determined by growth rate of fair and equitable library
'?r I have had several calls the grass which in turn program to all of our studentsand

about tomato diesases and depends of climatic conditionsand to maintain a collection of
have seen many plants the maintenance program materials which will enhance
Time To Work TogetherOn affected by tomato blight and being followed. For example, and support the school's

fruit rot in additon to our during the summer when curriculum.We .

regular problems with warm-season grasses grow would like to ALL
urge
PlanThe
Comprehensive fusarium wilt. Beans, very fast, they must be parents to check your child's
cucumbers and have
squash mowed often. During winter, room, closets, etc. for books
also been affected with
growth is slower and mowingis bearing the BHS LibraryStamp
diseases that have caused
Starke City Council has wisely do this work and, as the deadline short crops or light maintenance needed less program often.has The a and drop them off at

appointed one of its members to work approaches the demand for these ser Finch finally falls In love with someone other than himself, production. lot to do with how often the the High return School Office.those 269(Please lost<
help us
with a member of the County Commission vices will be intensified with a consequent and proposes to Rosemary.The Watermelon and vegetable lawn needs to be mowed. A books to circulation among all

and a representative of the North rise in prises, if the service can be growers through-out our area grass being fertilized heavilywill of our students.

Florida Regional Planning Council in an obtained at any price. Already, a profes- of J.B. have a problem that is as hardto have to be cut more oftenA Thank .
role you
Biggley
effort toward between sional planning counsel to do BradfordCounty's Mona Canova, without solve as weather problems.This rule of thumb for mowing Olivia| Scott
cooperation have been
written for
might
whose piano accompaniment problem is low prices for is to mow often enough so that Gladys Thomas
county and city on the comprehensiveplan plan would cost around $50,000 Richard Jockel whose well- these musicals, dating all the their produce. Looks like not more than 1-4 to \1-3 of the Media Specialists
for local governments which must and by the time 1979 rolls around this manicured pomposity was way back to "Wildcat" in 1968, many of our folks will lose total leaf surface is removedat

be completed by July 1, 1979. price could well be doubled. matched only by his contrived would not have been quite up money this year on some a given mow mg.Fr..e Charles. Francis
bemusement in trying to deal to par, was ably abetted with vegetable crops. Principal

The development of such a plan will be Bradford County is fortunate in hav- with telephone dictation from the score by the talents of
I'apTe, SL'HSC'RIPTIONS
his wife between overtures Pfiester, violin j ts
no easy task, requiring the best effortsof ing the services of the North Florida from an inextinguishable old Nancy Michael Woodfin drums; and; I spent a couple days last Al'PHKCI: .VTKD;

all three agencies involved in dealing Regional Planning Council available for flame, Hedy LaRue, played by Debbie Woodfin, musical week ct the University being June In In CityA : (The
this this Sylvia Reddish, with all the brought up-to-date on lawns following copy of a
with the required elements of future purpose. Through agency the assistant. and letter
ornamentals. We was submitted for
were cancer screening unit of
land use; traffic circulation; general cost of the County's plan, inclbding all stops out.Kevin Among the stage productioncrews given the lastest informationon the American Cancer Societywill publication: )

sanitary sewer, solid waste, drainage, municipalities, would be $37,000 basedon Nepl l was properly yeoman work was management to help us offer free Pap Tests to Mr. Harold Davis,
and potable water; conservation; recre- a figure of $2.26 per person Of this unctuous and sometimes turned in by Gene Tanner, with home-owner lawn and local women June 18 at the Guaranty Federal
total the share odious as the nepotistic lighting Jesse Moore, ornamental problems. We Bradford Square Shopping
ation and open space, housing; intergov- County's (unincorporated ; Starke. Florida
who the chief covered most
nephew was everything from Center,
spotlight manipulator; according to Lillian
ernmental coordination and utilities.In areas) would be $21,392
; ; unwilling in Finch'sclimb varieties of lawn
rung Jeffery Jockel, stage grass, Stump, local ACS chairman. Dear :Mr. Davis:
Brooker $899.30; Hampton, $936; to the top. Office manager; and Elena Canova planting seeding, fertilization,
addition to these there are optional Lawtey 1630.98; and Starke, 10600. staffers Sandy Sanders, as and Janice Jockel, stage irrigation, insect and disease "The American Cancer We, at Bradford High
elements that should be dealt with, suchas All municipalities except Starke have Smitty and Carolyn off-street parking facilities, commu- Canova as Mr. Biggley's Miss thatching and insect and units across the nationare Guaranty Federal for
named the Board their
County Zoning as Jones in Returns from disease control. approaching the 1976 goalof allowing us to select
his were equally at ease one night's 20
nity design, redevelopment, safety, planning and if Starke continuesits a Pap test for every woman
agency the handling of their roles, as ]performance will be donatedto magazine subscriptions to be
torical and scenic preservation, and present "go it alone" policy it will cost well as their vocal numbers. I the Cancer Fund, while One of the most important vulnerable" to cancer of the donated to our libraryOur

community economics.In the city $12,900 rather than the $10,600 other receipts will go to the aspects of a lawn uterus, says Miss Stump.
Others, with smaller parts, |building fund of the Starke maintenance program is The drive, begun in 1972 library budget allows us
addition to participation by the figure.In but just as zestful and Woman's Club. proper mowing. under the banner of "Let No to subscribe to almost all of

County, the City, and the North Florida important to the overall tone that Woman Be Overlooked," is the 45 titles indexed in the
addition to the moneysavingaspect of Biggley's Wicketts were Seats are still available for Proper mowing means abridged Readers' Guide to
Regional Planning Council, proceduresmust of the grass is cut at the directed primarily at women Periodical Literature (
a cooperative city-county program Don Neel Paul Hutchins, two remaining performancesof can
and often over 20, but also at women of
be established for effective public optimum height index to those magazines most
there other John Schmidt, Jerry this outstanding musical:
are advantages. who
many
younger age are
to it and groups
participation, and public hearings must Guswiler, George Loper, Saturday night, supper at enough keep healthy often used in high school
Any look at it, the City is stillan attractive. sexually active.
way you Mowing can
Jerry Petrella, Todd Schmidt, 6:30: curtain, 7:45: and research )I. Your two-year,
be held before the final plan is adopted. ; ;
integral part of the County and it is Charles Hall, Jeanne Loper, Sunday matinee: lunch, 12:30: ; "make or break" the lawn Largely because of the Pap service allows us to providethe

The County and City have no choice of impossible to zone and plan for one with Judy Goodowns, Cana curtain 2pm. Tickets are regardless how well of the it type of grassor test, developed by Dr. GeorgeN. remainder of those titles
is otherwise .
out affecting the zoning and planning of Schmidt, and Floyd Baker, available by contacting Pat Papamcolaou in 1917, the and some other magazines of
whether or not they will adopt such a maintained. Mowing too low death toll from cervical
some of these appearing in at Spengler, 964-6046, or Marian special interest such as
plan. It is provided for in the Local Government the other If the City should zone an area least two parts Douglas, 9&17450.Sunllner weakens the grass causing the cancer has been cut by more Camping Journal, Essence,
Comprehensive Planning Act just inside the city limits for single fam- sod to thin-out, encourages than two-thirds over the past Golf Digest, Fishing World,

of 1975 and local governing bodies have ily residences, and the county zoned an To Hall goes the credit for invasion of weeds, makes the 45 years. Motorcyclist, Spanish Today,
the Biggley backdrops, which grass more susceptible to The test, 95 percent etc.
area just on the other side of the city Heading
until July 1 1976 their
to designate were equally as effective as pests, and can eventuallycause effective in detecting cervical
and three from limit line for heavy industry or agricul- the lawn to die. Mowingtoo is These titles have been
planning agencies, years the scenery he has done for 14 cancer, quick and painless ery
that date to come up with the completedplan. ture (including poultry houses) there three previous Jockel Program: June high produces a ragged, Miss Stump says During a helpful to our students, and we

would be some unhappy property productions including the unattractive lawn and regular pelvic examination, a are especially grateful this
owners on both sides of the line. colorful Oklahoma sets. At County Library encourages buildup of thatch doctor inserts a cotton swab or year since our fluctuating
(spongy layer of plant debris). flat stick into the vagina and economy has forced our
Municipalities failing to adopt a com- Problems that "Happy Birthday to U.S. Mowing with a dull or poorly collects loose cells directly library budget to be cut by
prehensive plan by that deadline shall might seem minor now, 1776-1976" is the theme of the adjusted mower causes from the surface of the cervix. some 50 percent.

then be subject to the county's comprehensive as the result of such poor planning practices W(5U Bradford County PublicLibrary's severe damage to the grass The cells are studied under a
( ill
plan; and counties failing to will become more complex and m summer reading and leaves it very unsightlyafter microscope, and if any are (Mrs.) Olivia Sincerely ScottLibrarian,

adopt comprehensive plans by 1979 shall more troublesome as the area continuesto program.The cutting. suspicious, further tests are

have plans prepared for them by the grow and population density aPIJ' i11JJ :5 program lasts six Optimum cutting height is conducted.

state, and be required to reimburse'thestate increases. weeks, starting Monday, June determined by the growth
William If au 14, and continuing through habit of the grass and its * *
*
for these services. If failsto * *
a r
county *
* *
July 24. All boys texture (width and length of
Veterans Saturday
!
If the City and County will sit down service! Ufftecr .
submit payment to the state for com- and girls who read are leaves). Survival of the grass .
prehensive planning services, the state together in a spirit of cooperation, as encouraged to participate in depends on its ability to Bell! Ringing! i Urged July 4 J I

land planning agency may request payment was suggested at the last Council meet The VeteransAdministration the reading program. Just produce enough leaf surfaceto
from unencumbered revenue or ing, they will find that neither is tryingto has declared come to the library and ask to maintain adequate food To Celebrate .

other tax sharing funds that are due the outdo the other, but simply trying to all veterans without a high be issued a reading card on production through Independence *
If the lawn is
which to write the titles of the photosynthesis.
retain its fair share of tax in school diploma to Be
from the state (not to exceed 50 revenue
county books you read.Purpose mowed too low, too many
order to take of those for whom it is educationally disadvantaged. Bicentennial officials are ceremonies as of
per cent of such funds). care leaves are cut off, and the part their
requesting a simultaneous
Such the
veterans are actually of reading Bicentennial activities," John
responsible.We is unable to
encouraged to apply for VA program, however, is "not to grass produce nationwide ringing of bells on W. Warner, administrator of
This is not that enough food to maintain itself.
be
a problem
can counseling and educational see how many books you can. July 4 to herald the country'sentrance the American Revolution
delayed from day to day in the hope thatit are all in the same boatwhy rockit assistance funds to reach the read but to read for your own The grass literally starves into Its third Bicentennial Administration

will somehow go away Larger counties with unnecessary dissention and refu- high school equivalency level. enjoyment and knowledge," the sod becomes thin and century. said.

with unlimited funds are already sal to cooperate on matters of mutual Those who qualify under says Librarian is Martha Minx. Communities, churches, "Now we are asking all
The emphasis on quality
hiring professional planning counsels to interest? this program are still eligiblefor not quantity. A specialprogram My Neighbors schools fire departments, Americans to join together on
universities and individualsare this historic
the full assistance based on that occasion, and let
allowances under the GI Billor week's theme, is planned for urged to toll bells and the sound of every bell in the
college or vocational each Thursday morning of thesumml."r carillons in conjunction with country ring out to declare our
training This the ringing of the Liberty Bellin freedoms and
pPIo means $366 a reading signify our
C0t/ month for a family of three program.A Philadelphia at 2 p.m unity," he added.Bellringing .
?p NtYp when the veteran is enrolled;;;! "America's songfest Beginnings highlights" the (EDST.) The time selected is is
Qrilijjf exactly 200 from set to go< on
4 full-time. Benefits can be usedto theme for the first week of the years the for two minutes In
moment that
whatever extent precise the
necessaryto
summer reading program, commemoration of
Liberty Bell the
reach proclaimed the
high school
nations'
O June 1419. Join the groups at first two centuries.
independence of the
equivalency, plus up to as new
the public library Thursday, Radio
BOB G. M. MILLER much as 45 months extra for a i nation and television
m* FERGUSON JOHN June 17, at 10 a m. for singing stations are also
Publishers college degree. favorite colonial and "There is great interest to broadcast the being asked
I Mrs. across the land in sound of bells
contemporary songs a symbolic
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla There is a time limit of 10 Minx urges. Donnie Neel will national effort to during this period and the
under Actof March 3, 1819.Subscription. years from discharge from nationwide effort Is
commemorate
be the guest songleader. our 200th
rate in trade area: $8 per year: $3.50 sin months. active duty to use the benefits, "Come join us for a summerof anniversary and encouraged and supported by
many a
Outside trade area: 17 per year: $4.00 MX. months. so do not delay reading fun!" Mrs. Minx "Seeking shelter from the i communities have already Resolution Senate Concurrent
Phone 964-6305 Starke, Fla. of the United
"Serving Those Who Served." urges. storm begun planning bell-ringing States Congress.


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Baldwin Local Dealer p-: Wayne McLeod New Principal At Williston Elem.Wayne .

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For Electric Car McLeod, 27-year-old At Williston Elementary The McLeod's have recently
educator and Starke resident McLeod will replace PrincipalCatherine built a home in Seven Oaks
Sebring-Vanguard, Inc. of The CitiCar, a two- s has been appointed principalof Harris who Is retir- development east of Starke on :
Sebring, Klorlda, is pleased to passenger, multipurposevehicle Williston Elementary ing after the current term. SR-230. ::
announce that Baldwin is a non-polluting t 1 School in Levy County. Williston Elementary is a
Chevrolet-Olds, Inc. on U.S. electric car that has a top McLeod, who holds a mas- kindergarten through third
301 has been appointed an speed of 38 miles per hour and ter's degree in public school grade school. Drinking Drivers
authorized dealer for sales has a maximum range of 40-50 administration and supervi- McLeod graduated from
and service of the CitiCar. miles per charge (100 miles sion, is presently assistant Bradford High School in 1966. TALLAHASSEE
The first factory shipmentof per day with intermittent principal at Lake Butler He was an all-state quarter- drivers Drinking
vehicles has been received charging). CitiCar can be C' Middle School, a post In whichhe back on the 1966 BUS state continue to increaseas
with future shipments plannedas plugged into any standard 110 is finishing his second year. champion football team. states a factor the in Florida traffic crashes,
production permits m orderto bolt household outlet for an McLeod taught English and McLeod lettered three yearsin Patrol."A Highway ,
meet the demand of the overnight recharge,and in the coached football and basket- three sports, football, bas-
area. morning be ready to performa l r1'' ball at Bradford High Schoolfor ketball, and baseball, at BHS. the study of traffic crashesfor
day's work. ; three years, begining in He signed a college baseball the month of January over
f'i4 1972, before moving into ad- scholarship with the Univer- last three years indicatesthat
Donations Asked CitiCar is now being offeredto .1 ministration in Union County sity of Georgia.McLeod drivers had been drinking
the public as an ideal holds a Bachelor of in 1,862 crashes in 1974; 2,111
For Family second car for the family and I Madison St. Arts in English from the University crashes in 1975" and 2,228
for hundreds of other uses of Florida. His mas- crashes in 1976, says Col.
within towns, cities and Baptist Church ter's degree in administrationis Eldrige Beach.
Burned Out Chevrolet-OldsinobHe dealer Mac Baldwin gets ready for a The records also indicate
metropolitan areas. ride In his latest arrival, an electric Citlcar that needs no gaso- from the University of that speeding too fast for con-

Donations and contributionsare Robert G. Beaumont, line and cruises at speeds up to 38 mph. Sunday: Sunday School, North McLeod's Florida.wife, the former ditions,for many years one of

being: sought for the President of Sebrinfl-: 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, Elizabeth Thornton, is a third the leading causes of traffic Wayne McLeod....
Laurie McKinney family Vanguard, Inc., states definite Sgt Gerald Green BUARC MeetingSet 11 am.; Children's Worship, year teacher in the Bradford crashes, was listed as contri- Takes Prlnclpalshlp
whose home on Griffis Loop advantages of the CitiCar as Stationed In Alaska 11 a.m.; Church Training 6:15: school system. She will teachin buting to 1,121 in January At Williston
burned Friday, May 21. being extremely economical, TonightJack p.m.; Evening Worship: 7:30: Williston, he 1974; 1,087 January 1975 and
Everything the family practical and much more Ft. Walnwright, Alaska p.m. Nursery provided in all says. 1,138 in January 1976.

owned was destroyed in the efficient than the internal Army Staff Sergeant GeraldD. Eckdahl, District 3 services. - ,- ---- -_ ._ --_ ._- -
fire. The family had no insur- combustion vehicle. The Green, whose wife, Sally, administrator of the Monday: Ladies Softball
ance on the home. CitiCar offers a means of lives on Route 1, Lake Butler, Department of Health and game with First Baptist 8:45:
Anyone who would like to transportation,independent of was assigned to Headquarters Rehabilitative Service, will be p,m. Pratt St.
give something may phone the available supply of Company, U.S. Army Com guests speaker at the Tuesday: Ladies Bible Summer Sale
Joe Pentecost, chairman of gasoline. The 12 cubic feet of munications Command Bradford-Union Associationfor Study 10 a.m.; Men's Softball
the Bradford County Chapterof storage space behind the seats Detachment at Ft. Wain- Retarded Citizens tonight game with Morgan Road 7:30:
the American Red Cross, at adds to the attractiveness of wright, Alaska, May 18. (Thursday,June 10) at 7:30: in p.m., Westside Park.
964-6670. Checks may be this practical new method of Sgt. Green entered the the Bradford School Board Wednesday: Final meeting
mailed to Bradford County transportation. Army in October 1958 and was building.The for all Bible School workers, +
Chapter. American Red last stationed at Ft. Gordon Human Rights 10a.m.; Family Night Supper, u
Cross, in care of Miss Lillian Assorted size Index card file Ga. He served in Vietnam andholds Advocacy Committee will be 6:30: p.m.; Prayer Service, ii
Stump P.O. Box 366, Starke, THE OFFICE SHOP, Ph. 964- the Bronze Star Medal the topic of Eckdahl's 7:30: p.m.; Youth Choir Practice -
FL 32091. 5764.. The sergeant is a 1958 gra- address. All parents of 7:30: p.m.; Adult Choir
duate of Eustis Fla. High retarded and anyone else Practice, 8:30 p.m.
School. Interested in the welfare of the Friday: Men's Softball
retarded is invited to attend. game, 7:30 p.m. with Presby-
CORN
Milo Smith of Lawtey was terian Westside Park.
winner of the color televisionthe Saturday: Vacation Bible
SILVER QUEEN f ,, BAPTIST HOMECOMING BUARC gave away at the School Bike parade and lunch,
or YELLOW RAIFORDThe county fair.Wade 10:30 a.m. Bring a sack lunch
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197312x7O
1)'SiPf.f.79C First Baptist Church of 197412x6O
/ Raiford will hold homecoming
';M !. 'Ifrl ; ; i i itl services June 13. CrawfordFuneral 2 Repo'sFor
$325 ; A picnic lunch will be served services are set at 2 (ft..e16
t '" at 1 p.m. p.m. this afternoon Arlbl 3 Br
: ;$
DOZ BUSHEL I" All past and present (Thursday, June 10)) for Wade CQ1aQSunday 2 Br415O
Only
f'c' members and friends are Crawford, 52, of US-301 South, 2 Bath I
Peas invited to attend. Starke, who died at his
residence Monday afternoon. Sunday School,
Pink' Eye Born June 4, 1924 in 9:45: am.; Morning Worship,
Purple Hull Black Eye Orlando,Mr. Crawford moved 11 a.m.; VBS Faculty 425O 5% Down
Butter Beans McDermott from Lakeland to Starke four Meeting, 5:30: p.m.; Church I
Crowder White Acre years ago. He was an Army Training, 6:15: p.m.; Evening
FordhooksBY Mrs. Gracis L. McDermott, veteran of WW n, had been Worship, 7:30: p.m. I
55,of 600 S. Epperson St., died employed as an orange grove Monday-Prayer Retreat at
THE POUND or BY THE BUSHEL Friday, June 4. She was bornon worker, and was a member of Mrs. Gladys Christy, 11 a.m.; 10x50 GoodCond.S1995
Jan. 17, 1921 at Longleaf, Union Primitive Baptist Girls's Ensemble, 6:40: p.m.;
La. and in the Youth Choir, 7
SOUTH CAROLINA was employed Church. pm.
$ loo Civil Service at Cape Ken- Surviving is his wife, FloraH. Tuesday WMU Workshopat
Peaches LBS..r nedy. She was a member of Crawford; his parents Mr. Church, 9 a.m. Olin'sMobile
the First Assembly of God and Mrs. Thomas Crawford of Wednesday Family Night
Church. Starke; three sisters: Mrs. Supper,6:15: p.m.; Org. Mtgs.,
Survivors are her husband, Ann Farmer of Lakeland, 6:45: p.m.; "Hour of Power",
CantaloupesNorman's Charles McDermott, and one Mrs. Maggie Stillwell of 7:30: p.m.; Adult Choir, 8:15:

son, David McDermott, bothof Ocala, and Mrs. Nora Thomasof p.m.Thursday HomesHwy
Merritt Island; two bro- Starke. Visitation, 9:30:
/ thers, Clayton Sketoe of North Services will be at Union a.m.; Visitation, 7 p.m.
.4 Carolina, and Enoch Sketoe of Primitive Baptist Church at 2 Saturday Bus Ministry! 964-5606
100 starke FHA Available On New HomesAsk
Arkansas; five sisters, Mrs. p.m. today with Elder O.M. Visitation, 8:30 a.m.; Youth
p : I.I.Iii1 Frankie Hellmuth, Chicago; Yarborough officiating. Visitation, 1:30: p.m. Mark Olin About The Fire Retardant Champion Mobil, Hoxu Advertised Or Tel,. von
Miss Ann Sketoe, Mrs. Flo- Burial will be in Swift Creek in
rence Shults, Mrs. Helen Union County with DeWitt C. ,.
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Produce: : Market Teague, all of Arkansas, and Jones Funeral Home in '
!Mrs. Daisy Shutt, of Starke. charge of arrangements. YourComplete
Funeral services were heldat Bator Ranch

617 N. Temple the 11 DeWitt a m. Monday C. Jones, June Chapel 7, in Leroy Dillion, Jr. Supply

with Rev. Robert Harden offi- 'f
964-6O71 LAKE BUTLER Leroy U.S. 301 S. -
ciating. Interment was held at
Dillion, Jr., 27, died Tuesday
Open Mon-Saf 3 rial p.m.Park in Glen in Winter Haven Park.Memo- night of injuries sustained in a Shop At Home & Save
truck accident in WESTERN
Jacksonville.Mr. .
Dillion moved to Lake We Have A Complete Stock Of Tack & Saddles

Butler 11 years ago from
Oakland, Calif.Survivors STOREI
include his
widow Mrs. Barbara Ann BOOTS
Dillion of Lake Butler; a ,':

daughter, Barbara Ann Dress Boots 3OA95
Dillion of Lake Butler; his
tfifl'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy By Acme Danpost +*\J
Dillion, Sr. of Lake Butler; a
I brother, Timothy of Lake Durango West Wellington & Dingo & Up t'
Butler, and two half-sisters: "
? \ RI Mrs. Nancy Sheppard of J1 lu
i Centrelia Illinois and Miss All Types :

Linda Dillion of Arizona.
Funeral services were held WORK $' I :%:
Friday, June 4, in the chapelof 22
Archer Funeral Home of BOOTS
j'p r Lake Butler. Burial was in C

4 c_ Elzey Chapel Cemetery.
_._ Snake ProofBOOTS -

Fa-; : I.'U Joseph P.Johnson $4995 JL t


LAKE BUTLERJoseph P.
104 Johnson, 73, died Sunday Men & Boy's Men Or Boy's

M t 4 You'll marvel at the high quality performance Genera June 6, in Alachua 14+Oz. Maverick 144 Oz. Maverick
e.- --. and the high-powered calculating features of Hospital after an
this budget-priced figure genius. Large 8- extended illness. DENIM
DENIM
digit display, large, widely spaced numeraland Born in Bradford County,
function keys and positive touch set a Mr. Johnson moved to south $1498 PANTS $1460
new standard for personal calculator conve Florida early in his life until PANTS y

W R nience. Memory, automatic square root moving back to Lake Butler
two He worked
years ago. Ladies
Pre Washed
squaring, percentage, reciprocal and full
liiillillil II iii with Western Union as a
floating decimal are powerful features found lineman for 42 years. He was a Maverick Denim Zip ZapDENIM
.;:.i" .::l .. II... on much higher priced units. member of Lodge No. 185 F &

..:. ac:1': AM and a member of the PANTS
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Now 4995 Oklawaha Bridge Baptist $1375 $1595
JrrQ. ;: = Church. 14+Oz. PANTS I ,

.J ;_ g a Q Regularly 59" Survivors include the
widow, Mrs. Helen L. Johnsonof Western LadiesTOPS&
) Lake Butler; a son, JosephP. /
i" Johnson, Jr. of Appola PANTSUITS
Beach, Fla.; a daughter, Mrs.
"TT Jewell Reeves of Longview
Reg. 49 Sale BLOUSES
A 106: Texas; 2 sisters: Mrs. Lorene
Here Is the ideal Slide Rule calculator for Metzger of Ocala and Mrs.
4 math students and engineers. Same large 8- Sue Young of Lake Butler; $3450 20%
two brothers Len Johnson of OFFMen's
.y: :
-- digit, decimal display and keyboard featuresof Raiford and Hubert L.
the VS-104. this popular scientific model Johnson of Jacksonville,
has 42 functions, Including trigonometric and seven grandchildren and two
inverse trig functions. Computes common or greatgrandchildren.Funeral Short Sleeve Long Sleeve ,r
? natural logarithms. Has Pi key, exponential, services were held
/ reciprocal, square root, degree/radian and Wednesday morning, June 9, WesternSHIRTS WesternSHIRTS
much more. A truly powerful scientific per- in the chapel of Archer
sonal calculator for the price. Funeral Home of Lake Butler
with Rev. John Grant
officiating. Burial was in
Now
6995 Hillboro Memorial Gardens in $ 00BELTS
:. Tampa with Archer Funeral From $980 From
Regularly 79"
Home in charge of \

arrangements.ifiifttiiittftiVfffftf.

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The Office Shop r'>Curd>:'' Of Thanks, SUMMERHATS &


AAOS.AA:: $ BUCKLES
110 West Call Street Phone 964.5764 Starke, FloridaIf
Words cannot express our
We Don't Have What You Need We'll Try Our Very Best To Get it. thanks for all the kindness
shown to us during the loss of From $995 10% Off
We Aim To Satisfy our loved one.Family.
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I_ State Proposed Rule Changes Would Cost County




$11,900In'Computerizinl{ Tax Roll Tabulations rf

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of law, thereby putting an art not a science Treating
If Gov. Reubin Askew and expressing hopes that t the governor August 3.There appointive body, the Department property assessment scientifi-
Cabinet members approvenew and cabinet will veto the are some good pointsin of Revenue over locally- cally will put a financial bur r
rules for the Departmentof measure. the 947 pages of proposednew elected tax appraisers. den on the county it should not __ _
Revenue requiring computerized Commissioners agreed at rules. Long said, but "the "Only advantage of the have to bear, he said.
methods of tabulating Long's urging to write a letterof package is too detailed and thing is for Tallahassee to Senator Buddy MacKay has f!'
tax rolls "we've got opposition to each cabinet has nothing to do with justvalue" compute how assessed valuesare promised help in putting down
problems," Bradford County member. Decision on the in computing property arrived at," said commission the proposed rules changes .S ; I IL
Property Appraiser Gene matter has been set for 60 assessments. Long also chairman George which will cost counties $5
days after the conclusion of objects to the proposal million statewide
Long told the County Commis- Roberts. "Assessment is an to Imple-
sion at its Monday meeting.The the 1976 legislative session or because it will have the effect ment. Smaller counties will .
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proposed rules changeswill require less funding for the _
cost the county an addi- computer switch L r I h
tional$11,900 to transfer to the anu areas with more complicate P

computerized system based in records, MacKay told Long in I _

i Tallahassee, Long said, a budget Long letter proposal presented to his the county 1976-77 i-: -- ; _


;,9t commission Monday, showinga '
FPL-City decrease :e+nawJW:
$4,367 from last

p'A' r rgi year in necessary funding Chub (Leonard Ray) Johnson and Sarah Faulk center holding certificates lu\e.. been selected
with the office cut to the bare by their teachers as the top students In the eighth grade at Bradford :Middle Sehool'rio.I t"olllll"
minimum. However half the received last week American Legion School Medal Award presented h\ I..tfi; ( of MJI' 'Ke. The I '
Tie-in cost of implementing the proposed award places emphasis on courage,honor, leadership, patriotism, scholarship und set ie...
rule changes would hike The awards were presented Thursday by Post 56 Commander Bryce Titus, left uuil, Post .ili i>
the appraiser's budget $1,583 Americanism Chairman Joe Cissy. In rear is Mrs Anna Ruth Johnson (hub's mother, and :Mi
.t .J'SM .SPoe
.MrnCawnf over last year's budget. and Mrs. Joe Faulk. Sarah's parents
CompleteThe Long has sliced the The students received the certificates shown and the handsome AniPiicun !.( |gl..n school
appraiser's budget for the Medals. Post 56 gives four such awards each year the other two going to two graduating seniors.
third year in a row The first
new $50,000 power two decreased budgets did not
i substation on E. Call Street meet with Department of
d constructed for the three Revenue approval, and this Teachers Go Union, Join AFTResults
megawatt tie-in with Florida year's budget has neither

Power & Light Company was been approved nor dis- of Bradford Education teachers The second national for the I! 7d77) school, yea
completed Tuesday City approved by the state agency Association (HEA) voting organization, the NKA: English: I leadiii' Jmlv, laik
Utilities director Merrill Dees yet Long said. revealed Thursday, June ::1.! (National Education: Association will he the new' president
0 said yesterday, but has not "The last two budgets were that local educatorsMll ) allows membership to librarian. Sue :Sluilnitvill In'
been energized, awaiting final sent back with instructions to become affilialedIth a administrators "which putsus \' president, and "science"
arrangements on the FPL up the figure," Roberts commented national union under new officers in an awkward position teacher Jeanne' l.oiniv .II luM'eietary
end. Long added that with according In ILEA: since we consider udmimslra- ', Soul ""\I' I I"enu'n'! !
It is expected that the tie-in, the padded budget, his office spokeswoman Gladys tors part of management," tar lust grade tl'ud1l'1'1"11:
doubling the city's present operated with a$4,600 Inomds said. \\asilin. will I I-
overage Mrs. Thomas teie\ "I c ;
.
Little Red Schoolhouse other
Southslde Krlstlna the bell of the
1,500 KW tie-in with FPL will kindergartener Brantley rings as last year, to be carried for- Local teachers chose to According to BKA spokesman treasury' lecoidsfoi I the I'.l .
class members outside after the tour. Auburn left takes the "God and
gather Hayes on
be completed within a week. ward into this year's budget. become a part of the American George Loper, membership -
Patriotism" vehicle throughout the U.S. visiting schools and public offices. !More than 200,0)10) have
The City Council signed the To bring good news to the Federation Teacher s l h\' in the AFT will give
the bell In the three months, said Class members directed by First Baptist
rung past Hayes
new agreement with FPL in commission. Long reportedthat u vote of 104.25. Of the 212 !teachers a stronger \voice in
minister Ben Bryant Include (1-r( ) Daren Williams.) Chuck Schmidt.Darold McRae Leroy Kirkland,
April and appropriated $50,000for the 1976 taxable incomeIn leachers In the county S)'s tt'n 1 discussion of salaries terms
the substation rather than Joy Vallenga Ron Roberts Jason Brown, Jonathan Breserand Buddy Harper. Bradford County is over the 148 are BKA: members, also apart iiid conditions of cmplov

spend $150,000 on new switch- $9 million mark. According to of the Florida Educational : nxnt. Votes were cast lues-
gear equipment to increase 1975 millage, this will bring in Association At"is\ an day; after u Monday meeting
output of the plant to meet the Brooker Deputy LikelyBROOKER $43,783 additional tax moniesto affiliate of the AFL-C1O! were FEA president Kichard
expected summer overload. the county next year. In choosing to join u Uiitehelder\ ('xplainl'd1"1'
Due to unusually cool wea- Increase is not due to higher national affiliate, hich would membership to BKA: mem
In other Brooker'snew
ther in late May and early With four sion of the officer who would business appraisals Long said. New change the group's association be'rs.'rhree.
June, power consumption is at agencies combining their comply with present police city clerk, Linda Robinson construction in the county has status to a unionized Bradford Middle

a low ebb for this time of year, efforts, prospects for a law en- standards. was sworn into office, led to increased tax rolls, he status, the AFT proved to be- School I teachers, were among "Out, out, out. nut out
Dees said. "It's had for power forcement officer for Brooker Meeting with the Brooker who succeeding Joyce effective Castlen June told the commission. the only choice for Bradford those elected to \lead the BKA: out, out. ."
sales but good to help hold off and surrounding area by next Council Tuesday night to firm resigned 1.
,
peak use from air conditionersuntil fall seemed likely: followingthe up the joint effort were Sheriff -- ti -- -- -- -- -- to -- v aI -1-. - -
the tie-in is complete," City Council meeting Dolph Reddish, L.M. Games 1 rI ,
he added The city is using Tuesday night.If representing Brooker's planning -
only UOO to 1.000 KWII from present plans materializethe agency and Walen Clif- I II
FPL at the present time. Dees officer would be a joint ton, who handles LEAA funds I
effort by the town of Brooker, for Ihe North Florida Regional
said.With hotter weather during which would provide his Plain,mug Council. I II
mid-summer the demand vehicle; LEAA (Law Enforcement The overall plan was I
from FPL will be stepped up Assistance Act), providing approved by the Council, and
to around :3000 KW11 Decspredicted around $3,000 in equip- Gaines said Wednesday that rI I II
( lie added that ment, including radio, blue Ken Law of CETA headquarters I A GARDEN
power from (FPL cost 1 1.9 cents lights, and other items; CETA in Tallahassee will meet !
IHT KWHI.1st month, while it Comprehensive Employment with the Council at its July 13 I II
cost the city three cents per Training Act), who would be meeting to discuss the application I
HUH to produce its own asked to provide funds for sal- for CETA funds. I I IR
d power due to present high ary in line with other sheriff's The officer would serve primarily GROWN I II
i,44 ice of dioel: fuel.I deputies; and .thc>Bradford: in the.town of Brooker, I
Dues said th..tul, u.1.1l'rir.! : ;., County Sheriffs office, which but t would be subject to calls in -i,, ..
I i'uil will h(.* added down Madison would provide uniform and the surrounding area. Sheriff i iI
Street due to the present general control and supervi- Reddish said. I

ovfiload on that line.

'The important new substation safety factor.will bean Watermelon Festival, Bicentennial I First Find 0.I I II

I lees said pointing/ out that

the city came close to losing Events Set June 19 In WaldoA I I II
its power plant in an oil fire SomeoneWho \
\ about. I four months and .
ago
Watermelon !Festival is President and !First Lady to '
saved Iroiu disaster only
was set June 19 in the city park in represent the city in the I I II
In' (quick| action of the Cityhue .
of
Waldo sponsored by the remaining months 1976. '
Depaitmentrut town's Bicentennial Anyone interested in ,
Committee with everyone becoming a candidate may I I II
4'in' I ';t'euriI \ urged to dress in 1800 apparel. receive: applications at the

"Festivities will begin at 10 city hall. Requirements are Knows rdI .
.I'1) nifiii'*' I Iue am A Bicentennial plaquewill that prospective candidatesbe I Vb\r I II
be awarded to the adult married to each other and
with the best costume at 4 residents of Waldo. Deadline
I Uoo.i On. Jnl\I for implications is June 12Winner I How I II
pmA
Social Security checks children's costume will be announced
roceivc'd in July by 32.6 parade and contest is set for 11 June 19 at the festival A $1
4 million pc-i..sons will. IKt>.4 percent a m. The children will be entry fee will be charged for I I II
higher than those judged on the best costume. the election Voters will be
received in Jiuu'IncitMsc's Cash prizes for this event will charged $1 per vote. Canistersfor
I <.nc. > also be a $2 bill a silver dollar and each candidate may be I I II
I' scheduled for 4.4 lI1illlonnt'l'dy a Bicentennial half dollar and placed in various businessesto
aged blind, and a Bicentennial quarter. obtain votes WHEN YOU e
disabled recipients under A watermelon eating Raffle tickets will be on sale I I I II
Mipplcmentil Security contest and a watermelon for a C.B. radio and
y seed contest will beheld Bicentennial afghan The
I Income pavments -spitting '
The maximum. for u man for anyone who will enter drawing will be held at 6:30: I NEED I II

h, retiring in IMTI. lit age )Ii:5 will at 1 p.m. p.m. June 19. It won't be
rise from $,114; a. month to An auction will be held at 2 necessary to be present to
$1117 .ill: oat the minimum I will pm. with variety of items to win
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increase Irons $101-40 to be auctioned off to the highest Hot dogs and soft drinks will PRINTING ; I II
j $107,(M bidders he sold throughout the day I
At 4 p.m, the Bicentennial isitors are invited to bring a
I :\11'10. "lut't.IItt'ut..h plaque ill be presented to the lunch and enjoy the day

;\ Ie.II. 72 adult At! ;3 with pm.the a best family costume and long Proceeds events of the I I II II

costume contest will Bicentennial events will be
couples
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Funeral services scheduled DONE ifUS't
I are June I IK- held a $25 IT.S, Savings used to restore the city park in I
for 2 p m. Fnda.v Bond! will be awarded the Waldo.t .
a It. in Crosby Lake Ceiwleivfor I
winners in I this contest.
North:. Dell.
:Mrs Florence
72. who died Wl'dm'sdlJUJll' beards Men w ho the have past been growing several 'rill ilt'ti Ilt''u' $ 'ti I II
homeafter I
II t. in a Largo extended nursing illness months ill be able to enter WE CAN
an the Beard (full beard) Contest L '
:Mis Dell was born in Live at 6 p,m, A $23 U.S. Savings Talk/ OfBuiMin/ /i ?* I
Oak. and was a long-timl' resident Bond will be awarded the I iAll
of Bradford County DO IT
w inner. Xetr City: Hall
husband
where her late
Tentative plans have been
North the first 1'1
William: was
street dance to
made for
a
educational director of the With termites swarming on
l-'Iu..id,1. State Prison until his follow the afternoon activities the council chamber floor.\
at 7 p.m.There Commissioner Harold Epps I II
Since that timebars.
death in 1938 I :
will be fees for ;
entry for the to
: Dell has resided in said it was time city Types
Adult
SlaiKe :Nashville. and for the several contests: spend some money to repair
costume $1 ; family and and renovate the present city
last sevenears in Clearwater I
couple costume contest $5 hall or !build a new one."We''e I
and Beard Contest, $5. From Letterheads
Survivors include her hus- put it off until the
Kind \\ Held Dell of Clearwater Mayor Carl Beggs ill issuea floor is falling through" Epps I i
I proclamation that on June 19 said. "I'm ashamed for visitors -
two sons. II.GHuddv .
\ in the Cit of Waldo every to walk through that I To Color Brochures
of Gainesville
( i 1>,1is. Jr. -
I ,and \\illiam :N' :North. Jr. woman appearing in public door," he added, alluding to a I II
shall be
after Sam. w earing a
chewed out threshold betweenthe
ehddren.of :Staike.tregorv; and three K Davis grand-of long dress or skirt and-or city! hall front office and i US QUOTE YOU OUR .
will
:st;1 foul Jennifer, und Billie Davis Jean ofI,1nestulle bonnet.be subject If not to, the a trip ladies to the"jail" the Upshot council of the meeting discussion room was I I II

:thers.North Oscar of I Starke.. Beavers: three of bro-Virginia paid for where their a release.$1 fine must be to take for the a city's$200.000 fiveyearoldplan two-story i iI iIn

!Each man appearing in hall, with I You Will Be
Hl'al'h.'a.of 'I'lIlIaIlSl'I'Ia... ..J.IIl'aI'rli .\\.. public that day shall have a city and scale complete it down to present jail I Surprized I II

beard goatee or mustache: or needs since the judiciary
iind Paul Beaver of WarmSpline's
If
be a pocket watch.


:U.uber:Nashville:Mis.' Marie:,of(SI'allle.1I"h ia and. Womack two:Mrs sisters'hrls, of the not"marshals"Several carrying jail they and, too special,fined will shall be$1 be- on taken deputy duty to reform inmates abolished.municipal Epps estimated to act the court county moved that has jail a been city new and I I (B1] ( (IIlJI) ( ( ) (] UIUI0( II 1 1I


Waldo
Ht'I.; 1 L. Harper June 19 in Bounties city hall to fit present needs I 1I
luslor of the First t United (maximum $S) can be placed could be built for $73.000 The
;Mi'Ihiiilisl Church. will on Waldo citizens that day city now has a $.....500 nest egg I Business Since'1879 I
iiiinliiil the services in thelieVXitl The marshals will bring the in its building fund, put toge- I
I' lone" Funeral "wanted to (he "jail" where ther by 'ity Clerk Merrill
I I''lot, ., I'Iw"1.| lI DeWitlC Junes the bounty _will be collected Edwards who has put small 135W.CallSt.LET. Starke Florida 964.6305s
I"'uueraI lloiniis in charge ofII'IIIIv"'III""III Waldo will hold nn amounts aside ,for' Ihe past f - -'
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'IN4.1 "7a16' 9tentmnel uS .." .,. :, ;; Want Budgets: ItemizedAfter


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... f91.I I being confronted with square foot in matching reamount to approximately save$2,400 in rent now paid to'
< funding requests from various quirements which would $5,000 plus the center wouldHeaded the county. In a full service'
.0 agencies Tuesday Union match where the county would
Maw County Commissioners provide rent free space and
decided to advise all agencies, also pay utilities, the center
when submitting their budgets ,w could receive $6.70 per square
for Fiscal Year 76-77 to item- foot or almost $59.
i' : ize exactly what the money Hardrequested the commissioners
will be spent for and what it consider providingfree
? ;;,:)tt n1o.. 11 ,. r was used for last year. rent effective July 1,
i r %! ] i which is the beginning of the
h.. 19..0 These budget requests are new fiscal year for the center.
I to be in the hands of the com This would mean a loss of$600
Jt missioners by the July meeting of expected income budgetedfor
: ki for consideration in the It the current fiscal year. An
} ; a October 1 fiscal year. Com answer will be forthcomingafter

". \\-li .. mented missioner that Paul more Riherd money com-is over.the budget has been gone

; j being requested each year, -i9I.1 The North Central Florida
t.. but the commissioners get Regional Planning Council
blamed for millage going that the
f up. requested by letter
\
J1 ILIEo"" : county: provide in the 76.77
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.\. ". ;, ., :.. j I "We need a breakdown of budget a contribution of $1,633to
ky
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all items in a manner which is this
agency.
Bradfordliddle: School's media center, directed by Mrs. Sue taming to the theme. Eighth /grade winners an Clarke Milan, understandable so we can For State 4-II Fashion Review A copy of the County Pro-
shubert. recently held a Bicentennial Poster Contest for 7th and 8A, most creative, and Renee illlams,8.\, most original. determine where this money perty Appraiser's proposed
. Nth grade students. Second place: winners kneeling I-r) are Kevin Randolph and will be going," Riherd stated. Tasha Livingston Lawtey 4-11 club member receives a check budget showed a $20,000
Inners (standing l-r) are Frank Coss, 7B. for the most creative Robert Gornto, 7B and Lee Ann Green and Cathy Schoenlng: These agencies don't take any from Mm. Lane Tenly of the Bradford County homemakers increase from last year. Since
art work and John Woodham, 7A, most original poster per SB. blame for an increase in mill- Club which will finance Tasha as she represents Bradford this office is now under the
age, but yet they wanted their County at the State 4-11 Fashion Review at the University of Florida Department of Revenue, the
budgets approved, he added. this June 28-29. county cannot turn the budget

Cason Relents Recommends Coaches Tasha, daughter Mr and Mrs. William Cruce of Lawtey, is down, but may present com-
Sally Nelson, executive the winner of the county 4-11 fashion review:She made a blouse ments in writing by July 1,
director of the CUBB Agency lacks, with matching shorts which she will model at the state- explained Robert Driggers
I involving four counties, needsa H competition In Gainesville.Teacher. county clerk. .
contribution of $3,066 from One of the reasons for the
As Time Becomes Factor In RehiringLAKE the county to keep the increase, said Wilford Croft,
homemaker program active. property appraiser, is that the
Since this agency's fiscal year Talks office will be putting in a keypunch '
BUTLER Two the motion, which Cason tion (UCTO) to grant a public teachers to the union. begins July 1, Mrs. Nelson machine and an oper.#
Union High School coaches strongly opposed. hearing on the firing of two Board attorney Wayne Car suggested the commissioners ator will have to be hired. j
teachers. behalfof roll advised the board that authorize $767 to cover the
received annual contracts Speaking on lie told the commissioner!
Tuesday night and one other "He's been here three years the UCTO, Tom Mathernesaid granting a public hearing three month period up to the there is a chance the budget
and has done To
a good job.
was rehired on annual con- him annual that Wendy Benson and might not accomplish) any end of county's fiscal year. Moving SlowlyNegotiations may not be that high and after
tract although no athletic will give have the effect contract of runninghim now Donna Knapp were left off the thing, "except to give the The agency then would wait a meeting on June 24 he should
director has been approved by list of recommended returnees UCTO fuel tore lawsuit." until the commission's new have more definite figures,
the Union County School off, Cason said. Stroe.mer's to the system for "unjust No action w#S taken on the fiscal year for the rest of the are going table and attempt to reach The board will meet with the
Board. 28-4 baseball team went reasons," that the board request. funds. No action was taken slowly between the bargaining agreement. appraiser on June 28 to study
all the way in the Class 2A should know about.U In consideration of board until further study of the bud teams of the School Board of his budget
"I wanted to wait until a playoffs, losing out only in the get. Bradford Education Associa- Teacher working conditionsare
the board should deny a policy on the use of school H.! Barton Wells, 1\I.D.,
head coach could be hired final game. public hearing, the UCTO will buses, the board! unanimouslyvoted tion but there is a "real strong currently being debated. health director for nine coun-,
before doing this but it's get Carl Drake, who has helped take the case to court, Ms. to leave the policy as is. County officials were told by possibility" a contract agreement The two teams have discussed ties, is seeking a position in
ting late and these coaches with spring football practice Matherne said. She also Indi- rather than expanding the Charles Hardy of the Mental can be reached by the about a third of the items on the Union County Health
have to know something," along with Stroemer, Turner impasse date which has been the BEA agenda, with most
cated a lack of cooperation by rule as requested by Griffis. Health Center that if the Department. He explained if
Superintendent James Cason and Frank Yanossy, was re- pushed back until late items being deferred for fur-
Superintendent Cason in pro- Existing policy dictates that county would donate the use of July. Union and Bradford Counties
told the board upon recommending appointed on annual contractfor viding information to the buses will not be used for any the wing used by the center at ther discussion later. accepted his proposal, he
the 1976-77 school
the State
contract. has year.CC UCTO, including evaluation activity other than school- King Memorial Hospital, the Education Commissioner would give up three of the nine
At least one coach, James status.In Yanossy. already forms released by the two sponsored programs.Six ( state would allow $362 per Ralph budget Turlington submission has Both BEA Bargaining Chief counties he now serves.
Thomas, has already resignedthe requested George Loper and Douglas, Dr. Wells would spend one
deadline extension,
other personnel action, from chief of the managementteam half day each week in Union
Union staff
County
because no action had been the board voted a cut of one 6 Seeking Lake Butler Council Postsworked August 15 to October Eddie 1, Busi- say the problem is County at the health department
taken to rehire assistant position in the superintendent's ness Manager Douglassaid reluctance to make a decisionon and would assume administration -
office. Instead of seven Wednesday morning. If one item without also discussing duties. Clinicians
coaches. candidates Including years. He wa.s! formerly with in the county clerk's the State Board of Educationthe that item's relation
Terry Stroemer and Vernon secretarial positions, the cen- would also be available either
three incumbents are seeking the State Road Department office. ( Cabinet) the
approves ship and effect on other partsof
tral administrative school ha If week full
day
Turner, both 1974-5 assistant one a or one
election to of the three and is retired with 100 Mrs. Beauregard, the
office will operate with six, as one now per a newcomer request, bargaining the contract. Decisions will day twice month.
football coaches, were recommended by Cason in an seats to be filled in the Lake cent disability. to city politics, is a sec- impasse date will be pushed come slow until the entire con- a d ctor from
awarded Presently a
continuing contract Butler city council election retary to Attorney Wayne back from June 11 to late July, tract is discussed, both sides
Cason \\hitehas
bv' a 4-1 vote on motion of "economy move. said been a member of Green Cove Springs comes to
Carroll. .
he would have slated June 22Qualifiers the council I Douglas says, giving the predict.
board member Pam Thomas. information on for two terms He the county one half day per
for the Walker, who returned, to Bradford
Board member all personnel cutbacks within race i is director (of( business ser bargaining teams month at a cost of $100 jx-r
Ressie Griffis )
include incumbents T.S. Lake Butler in December to ample time to finish negotia While it would have been
cast the only dissenting vote. two weeks, but hoped to vices for the Union County trip. If Drells is accepted,
Thomas Jr. William White retire, served 20 virtually to
refrain years as an tions. impossible agreeon
from cutting teaching School Board and has been the cost to the county would be
A first motion by Donald and Margie F. Cason, and educational materials man The two teams are meeting a contract by the June 11
positions.In employed in the school( system $131 two weeks
Dukes to offer baseball coach newcomers Violet Beaure- since 1965. agement administrator in almost daily for several hours Impasse, it is more likely The every commissioners
Stroemer only annual con- other action at the two- gard, Robert O Walker, and Maryland.Whitehead. each day, but progress is slow. negotiations can be terminated the doctor his
tract for next year was hour meeting, the board hearda James Earl Whitehead.Mrs.. Cason /has been a councilwoman is selfemployedand Relationship between the by the new proposedlate proposal requested in for put their.
defeated 3.2 by the board. request from the Union Thomas has served on the for six years. For previously worked 10 BEA team and managementteam July deadline, both sides consideration writing
Griffis voted with Dukes for County Teachers' Organiza- city council for the past three the past 14 Years she has years in the prison system. is cordial, both sides say.
The three candidates agree. It is simply taking time
receiving the most votes will to go over each item, get reac-
earn the right to be seated on tions from each side, then
the council. come back to the bargaining CENTRAL HEAT & AIR



Beverage Raid Result Let us explain our energy I


at 1 Celigrapl1it's

'Might Have Been A Riot saving system

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State beverage agents made of those thowing rocks
raided a cafe on East Brownlee Bowen said. At least seven I
Street searching for un- persons will be charged with a COMPLETELYjf
lawful sale of alcoholic bev- first degree misdemeanor,
erages and arrested two per- which is punishable by 1.5

Never the Same Old Line sons, causing what "might years in jail, he said.
have been a riot," according Only major damage INSTALLED
to Starke officials. reported was a broken wind-
Dorothy Helen Risby. shield on an ice cream truck
keeper of the Red Honey Cafe, passing through the area, \
was arrested on a warrant according to Bradford Sheriff
issued by state beverage Dolph Reddish. The driver
agent George A. Starling. She was not hurt. 4490
was also charged with battery Ms. Risby. 36, is being heldon
We have many new lines every day in for striking agent Wendell $1,250 bond for the two
1
Reeves in the head with an charges.
// the classified section of the Newspaper. unknown hand-held object. ((2-TON SYSTEM)
Reeves received
seven First
Baptist
/ stitches Jn the forehead at plus any necessary
Why don't you buy a few lines the Bradford County Hospital and
released. electrical/ work
was
Takes Church
next time you want to sell a product or Meanwhile, a 16-year-old
juvenile was charged with
l resisting arrest with violence Softball LeadFirst ,
service hire make
someone or special
i a
and interfering with a police SAVE $$ ON .,,.._,
officer. Baptist Church,
announcement.Our Starke Police and Bradford tromped 19-3 by Madison
Want Ads Here's How it works... Sheriffs Deputies were calledto Street Baptist Church Tues- YOUR ELECTRIC
I hint \" Get R.sults.... Please print item These ads will bIt the scene around 7 p.m day, June I, to take top position
q We'll Prove To You... description, price phone lacedttinieonlyPlease when agents and investigatorGlen in Men's Church League BILL
; limit ad to 15 words. Ad
If you have a used & address. Bring or !mail Sapp decided to conductthe Slow Pitch Softball sponsoredby
household appliance for to Telegraph Classifieds will be Placed in the June raid on a judge's search the Starke Recreation
II I sale, we'll run it for you Drawer A, Starke, Fla. 24th Issue' jo get'your ad warrant. Several surrounding Department.First Carrier'" new SUPER I' IIIII) II Illllllllill
In early. E unit is i now alto
free.... 32091. persons became alarmed at Baptist leads the h( n
the sight of blood on Ms. league with a 3-0 record. available. Demand to
I Risby's clothing after she Madison Street took its first ee efficiency compart- ( v
: struck the agent, and thoughtshe loss and stands in second before
t ont buy.
I you OIII II I
II had been mistreated
,
place at 21. First Presbyter. Carrier beat them all
I 1 according to police chief ian Church is 1.2 and Morgan
Jimmy Bowen Road Baptist Church is 0-3 up to 70% depending Ill
I\\ I IIII During the hour and a half Games tomorrow night on the brand
_
t fracas that followed, several ( June 11)) have been
\ members and friends canceled
\ family due to commence:
III : tried to start fights with offi- ment at Bradford High. Madison

1. _ cers and a few began throwing Street Baptist will meet
rocks into cars, Bowen said. Morgan Road Baptist and

1.. Traffic was rerouted aroundthe First Baptist will play First .,
Brownlee Street until
area
Presbyterian next Tuesday,
,
I the angry Reno residents dispersed June 15.Undefeated.
First Baptist AIR CONDITION SERVICE :

More arrests are expected rapped out 14 base hits to
when positive identification is Madison Street's five in the ALL BRANDS AND MAKES OF AIR .
first loss for Madison Street. ,
Inmate Dies Leading l hitter for First Bap- CONDITION SYSTEMS SERVICED 1

Call 964-6305 tist was Jimmy Crosby with PROMPTLY AND ECONOMICAL.SAWYER .
three hits, followed by Ben

= ask about our low rates for classified ads. In StabbingA Dailey Bryant,and Jimmy Mark Prevatt Sapp Gary each i

25-year-old Florida State with two hits. Gary O'Steenled
BRADFORD C0t, Prison Inmate was stabbed to Madison Street Baptist
death as he watched a moviein with two hits
't% the gymnasium Saturday First Presbyterian won its Air
night In what prison authori- first game 21-4 over wlnless Conditioning
ties speculate was an argument Morgan Road Baptist In the
1w pl1 over money. 1 second game played' June 1.
te43ra 332 W. Madison \
Ronnie Gilmore died about 8 Spark Giebeig led Presbyter.ian StarkePh.

p.m. of multiple stab wounds, at the plate with four hits, 964-77O1
according to Supt. B.J. Lev- followed by Buddy and Larry t
erette. Paterson with two hits each. !1




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Teresa De V Is Valedictorian
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honors of the Bradford Gainesville this fall to studyfor tor in Student Council, presi- Outstanding cheerleader dur-
County High's 1976 graduatingclass a career in business She dent of the National Honor ing her..Kjopnomore and Senior
go to Valedictorian has been a member of the Society and a member of the years She is vice-president of
Teresa Devore and salutatorians Science Club four years and is annual staff.Serving the National Honor Societyand
HONOR GRADUATES Cynthia Edwards and presently its secretarytreasurer the community as a was voted by classmatesas
Laura Kay Thomas. as well as being treasurer candy striper at Bradford the Best All Around. .
of the senior class. Hospital, Miss Edwards is During her junior year
Miss Devore maintained
an also a member of the Starke Miss Thomas was selected
almost-perfect 3.926 grade Among her high school activities Presbyterian Church choir. STAR student, class vice-
7 I{I pCynthia point average throughout her ,Miss Devore has been a She has been a member of the president and sweetheart of '+ d d ,
high school career, followed member of the Camera Club, Drama Club Debate Club, the Fellowship of Christian dtJulie ,
very closely by the co-saluta- the National Honor Society, History Club, Spanish Club, Athletes This year she was
torians with 3.90 averages History Club and annual staff. and Science Club. She has also chosen second runner-up and
each. Twelve BHS graduateshave She is also president of the served as vice-president of the Miss Congeniality in the
earned high honors witha MYF youth group at the Law- Ecology Club. Strawberry Queen pageantand 5
grade point average of 3.5 or tey Methodist Church. Miss Thomas, daughter of was the recipient of the
better and 24 will graduate Mrs Selita Thomas of Starke, DAR award.
with honors, having kept Miss Edwards plans to enter will begin collegiate studies at High honor students of the
grades 3.03.4.Miss Santa Community College the University of Florida this 1976 graduating class are:
I Devore, daughter of in the fall to prepare for nurs- fall to prepare for a career in Jennifer Jockel, 3.85; Danette
Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Devore of ing school. Daughter of Mr. physical therapy A cheerleader Kodrigue 3.85; Beverly
Lawtey, plans to enter the and Mrs. WH
Edwards of for three years, Miss
Meng 3.82; Larry Olin White,
University of Florida in Kingsley Lake, she is a sena ,Thomas. was selected Most 3.75; Robert Best, 3.73; Sonya
Lee Biggs, 3.64.; Andrew
Crews, 3.62; Deborah Annette
tr Douglas, 3.61; Jennie Lynn
tiM
Tomlinson, 3.54.: Judy
James Guy Stalnaker Joan Cissy Thomas, 3.53; Michael Bryan Lynn GriffisDarlene Kathy Sue Locker
Cooney 3.52; and Robin Mil-
ner. 3.5.1I0nor.
students graduatingwith -
a grade point average of
33.5 are Gary Stalnaker Cyn-
thia Gissy, Julia Griffis,
Kathy Locke, Sheila Sapp,
Rose Etta Richardson, Dar- '4u
rJit lene Stancil, Susan I I. Byers, .., drlili'kt
Anita Green. Laura Box, I
Linda Gale Williams, MichaelE.
/it ... Sherman, Clara Johnson, !
\ h+ n
,, J. ..... + Joanna Willard Wade, Michael Crews,
I / Kncpper Thomas
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\I ie Robert Reilly, Emmitt Bright,
+ ; o Marianne Alicia Jackson,
F Jearline Andrews, Lee Ann '
::11,1\ 4 __ Ernest Ashline,Ray Nancy Whittle.Ormsbee and

Graduation exercises are ....
planned for the evening of
Sheila Sapp Rose Etta Richardson .h IJ'I June 11, the final day of Stancil Susan Irene Byers
tie.. school.

1976 BIIS graduating class valedictorian Teresa Devore, center, takes highest honors in the
class with a 3.926 grade point average. Laura Kay Thomas left, and Cynthia Edwards right r s
!share the salutatorian spotlight with a 3.9 average each. Y4ti s
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proud of a very I outstandingClass W. salute) you and wish Class of '75. Keep up the good work.
.; outstanding class. I of '76.BOWEN'S you continued success.Paul's Good luck.
Best wishes to all. .

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Deborah Lynn Gary Leon Underhill Dog an Lewis Smith' Cheryl Lynn Robinson Billy Page Karen Annette Wynn Keith John Randall Crosby Crews
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Glenda Faye Johnson Leonard V.Moore Jr. Veronica Ann Shirts Jean Starling Jimmy Lee Duncan Joyce Marlene Danny Raleigh/ Michael Ronald BeckCummings I
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Well tell the world lies ahead
St< future belongsto Class of 976. the outstandingClass rewarding future. proud of a very I outstandingClass the outstanding
those who now I you. of 1976.GREYHOUND outstanding class. of 76. Clans of 1976. I SHOP
strive to achieve. CARL WOODINTERIOR'S Best wishes to all.

STARKE BUILDERS 138 N. Water
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EDDIE'S FINASERVICE Unisex Salon 8.5

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most important day. the day. ahead. Crown Central

Hair Styles Motor Parts SAWYER-SLADE

Williams Jewelry J. E. Hardy Norman's Farm Lumber, Inc. GAS & APPLIANCE
Siwannee StoreRoy Bonnie Landry Ronnie Rat/Iff
Produce Market Earl Jones
144 W. Call St. Loretta Ross
Manager
Auto Sales 332 W. Madison
Jackson P. O. Box) 86
Starke, Fla. Hwy 301 S. 917 N. Temple Ave. 155 W. Brownlee Starke, Fla.
1320 N. Temple Starke Fla.
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& illi :dlGd r LOUDON'S CLASS OF 1976 In grand old tradition,

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Specializing BEAUTY SHOP
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SEPTIC HEAVY TANK INSTALLATION EQUIPMENT AND JACKSON INC. AGENCY INC. 117 S. Thompson Hwy 301 S.

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Tonia Sharon Pickren Samuel L. C.Scott Pooser Gary Jerome
A'::: :N 'I Elizabeth Sue Phillips Pittman,Jr. Reddish Jr. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDANT i

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PRESiL'i i 1 VA'JAGER' VICE-PRESIDENT Arthur R. Gaskins Rodney P. Hall
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Alfred L. Ross
Dave Bradley David Godsey Robert Eugene Lee ,
t Leonard William Sapp
Charles James C. Lovell
Richard Cas'len Timothy Mark Harris
t James Richard Chamberlain Charles Henderson Marvin McKinney Geneva Lynette Hodges Scott iATSG
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David L. Dent Kirk Hunsinger Harry Clinton McWilliams Wayne Anthony
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you.Class of 1916.i y your success.
to those uho I and happiness.FUQUAY .
now success
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The Lawtey Fire dogs will be served beginningat By Elizabeth Terry
Department and Ladies' 4 p.m. with proceeds going CHURCH ACTIVITIES Sunday after six''iidini ten
Auxiliary are sponsoring a to the Fire Department for Curch of God: Sunday Wilkerson's birthday days there. She visited her son
holiday celebration from noon new equipment. School 10 a.m. Worship anniversary on Saturday. and daughter-in-law, !Mr. and
until 9 p.m on July 3 at the Planned events Include Fire Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Mrs Virgil Griffis and Mrs. W.S. Crews, Sr., for a
Lawtey Elementary School Department water fights, an Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: Children, and Mrs. Maines few minutes and they brought
grounds according to Mrs. old-fashioned dress review p.m. YPE Friday 7:30: p.m. Griffis and children, of her home.
Judy Miscally and watermelon seed spitting ELIZABETH:: GIVENS WALKERDell Evergreen: Baptist: Sunday Palatka, visited their mother Mr. and Mrs (.'.II. Brown

Smoked fish dinners and hot contests, along with Softball, Chapter 108' O.E.S. 7:30.: Tuesday the Junior choir School 10 a.m. Worship Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, andsister and granddaughter. !Michelle,
volley all, horseshoes, 3- Dell Chapter will hold\ its rehearsed. Wednesday night Services 11 a.m and 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Daisy Boch of Orlando were' Sunday.
legged races, and sack races.It regular meeting Thursday prayer meeting. Thursday Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 8 Sunday afternoon.Mrs. dinner guests of their brother'
1 is hoped that there will bea night at 8 p.m. in the Masonic night Bible study. pm Joyce Futch of and sister-in-law, Mr. and
FLORIDATHEATRE big interest in the bake sale Franklin EarnsOptometry Hall on Brownlee Street. All !Mt Moriah "- will sponsoran Faith Baptist Church: Blackshear, Ga., visited her Mrs. Lonnie Tcstim.
and craft corner The Ladies' members are asked to pleasebe (Education; Day program Radio Program over WPXE sister Miss Elizabeth Terry Friends of Mrs. Bessie
Auxiliary request donationsof Degree present and on time. with the Children in charge at Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible Friday afternoon and was her McCrary regret lu learn that
homemade crafts and Business of vital Importance. 11 a.m. Services will School 10 a.m. Worship dinner guest on Saturday. she. is a patient) in Bradford
baked goods, such as Dr. Henry Laverne Franklin Notice! There will be an terminate for the day. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Johnny Jenkins, of County Hospital. Our prayersare '
needlework, homemade of Lawtey received a Doc- Initation exercies conducted The First Burn Church of Prayer Meeting Wednesday Milliard, was a Tuesday with her
5 Big Days canned foods, desserts, etc. tor of Optometry degree dur- Saturday at 5:30.: All membersare the Living Gnd. Elder S.V. 7:30: p.m. Bible Study. overnight guest of her Mr. and Mrs Junior
For the OldFashionedDress ing commencement at asked to cooperate with Cohens pastor. Zephaniah L. Grace United Methodist: parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Rushing of Jacksonville
Friday Thru Tuesday"JAS Review, everyone Southern College of Optometry this activity. The cooperationof Strong reporter.Weekly Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Anders. We are happy to visited Mr. mid :Mrs. Ailic
attending is invited to dress in in Memphis June 4. every member is needed. services Tuesday Worship Services 11 a.m. and that Mr. Anders was Dobbs and their daughter
early American garb, if they Dr. Franklin,one of 103 gra- night 7:45: Prayer services. 7:30: p.m. Choir Practice 7 able to return home from Mrs. Ernest Hewitt.
wish.While duates, attended Andrew Church News Friday} night : Services p.m, and United MYF a p.m. Bradford County Hospital on Mr. and \ ; e A.
the Fire Departmentis College in Cuthbert, Ga., for Greater Bethlehem Tarrying service. Wednesday. Tuesday. Kennan and tktutlders{ of I
sponsoring this event, two years after graduationfrom Freewill Baptist Church will begin with Sunday Schoolat Highland Baptist: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futch Hampton, visited Mr. and
emphasis Is being placed on Bradford High School in Jasper Williams pastor 10():30a.m. Sunday. Morning School 10 a.m Worship and family of Jacksonville Mrs. J.F. Rolx-itson Sunday
having a community 1970. He is the son of Mr. and Service schedule as follows\ : Worship at 1130.: P.C.W.. at Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Beach, and their mother, Mrs. afternoon.
r 'lydaa celebration in which all area Mrs. Robert Franklin of Law- Weekly services began 6 p.m. Evening Worship at Prayer Meeting Wednesday Joyce Futch, were Sunday Mr. and Mrs Charlie lobe!
''''-. residents will unite to say tey. Monday night with rehearsalfor 7:45: Visitors are always 7:30: p.m. dinner guests of her sister, and children of Jacksonville, '
s Happy Birthday, America, the Tiny Tots. Tuesday welcome. Norlhside Baptist: Sunday Miss Elizabeth Terry. spent Sunday ullerncxm with
together; according to Mrs. night Prayer Meeting was New Bethel and Ebeziner School 10 a.m. Worship Mrs. Tommy Clayton and their grandparents, Mr and
Miscally.. held at 7:30.: Wednesday night Baptist Churches. Rev. Leroy Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. son, of Jacksonville, were Mrs. Arlie Dobbs und I aunt
For further information, NAACP MEETINGThe Senior Choir rehearsal, was Davis Pastor. Service Prayer :Meeting Wednesday Friday overnight guests of her Mrs. Ernest Hewitt .
please contact Judy Miscally, held. Thursday night (tonight) activities as follows: Friday 7:30: p.m. mother, Mrs. C.R. Crews Mrs. Onie 'Iliointun of
782-3660, or Carol Massey, 782- Story Hour at the Cnurch. night, June 11, at 8 p.m. The recently. Mrs. Crews returned Auburndale. arrived Saturday
3848. regular meeting of the first service Deacons on SCHOOL.NEWS home with them and spent a and will spend soimliimwith
at Junior
Friday night 6 m.
Bradford County branch Choir rehearsal. p Parade will begin Rev May Friday, June 11, is the final week. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy her sister, i\lt'll. I"ici CC ('I curs
rr-- NAACP will be held June 21 at Friday night of school day for all pupils in
Berry Philadelphia Baptist Clayton and son and Mrs. !Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Ellis the Senior Choir will to
CapL Completes Pleasant Grove.All Interested go Church will deliver the Bradford County Schools. Crews were overnight guestsof Gustafson, ol Cr'en''uteSprings (:
Advanced Infantry Course citizens and members are Gilgal Edker Beach Baptist to Church at message. All officers and School will open for the 1976-77 their father, M.A. Clayton were buiiditv, dinner
invited to attend. appear on a trustees asked' to be term on August 30 .
Choir are of St. Augustine on Friday guests of their Im"l'nts1: r.
Ft.Benning Ga. April 16- anniversary program.
present. Sunday services will There will not be a summer May 28. The Claytons and and !Mrs. Hill Dobbs und
Army Captain Francis J. Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church Sunday services will begin begin with Sunday School at program at Lawtey. However, Mrs. Crews returned to family. .
Ellis, son of Mr. and Mrs. with Sunday School at 9:30.:
Richard Bethel, pastor. 9:30 with Trustee Robert all Elementary pupils are
: a.m. Jacksonville on Saturday.We Pam Crews and) Christina .
Jay W. Ellis. Camellia Lane, Service Activities: Sunday Morning Worship at It a.m. Ellison Teacherswill encouraged to take part in the .
in charge. are happy to report that Dobbs performed in 11 }iam
Keystone Heights, recently services will begin with Sun- with the Young People in be appointed, Morning Bradford County Public Mrs. Les McClellan returned recital al Trinity ('hl'l tian
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PC rur..oel@giataa.!!! completed a 36-week charge. At 6 p.m. service will
day School at 10 a.m Morning Library Reading( Program.An .
Worship at It t a.m. with Rev home from Jacksonville Church in Jackson die on
infantry officer advanced Worship lovefeast service. be conducted by the Women'sHome Leroy Davis delivering the Awards Day for Perfect Memorial Hospital on Sunday evening 'thoseattending
Admission
course at the Army Infantry Afternoon Communion Mission. message. Dinners will be sold Attendance Certificate and Saturday. Visitors during the ueie Mi, un.1! Mis:
Children School Ft. Benning, Ga. serivce at 4 p.m. Sunday. June The Daily Vacation Bible from the kitchen. At 2:30: the fitness achievement will be week at the hospital were Mr. Lawrence Clews! anti :Mr mid
100 During the course, he was 27, has been selected for a School will begin June 1218. held at the school Friday
The message will be delivered by and Mrs. C.R. Crawford Mr. Mrs. A.J. Dobbs ami Michael,
trained In the duties activities will begin at 6
at Duel Day activity. Services morning It will take place in
Adults 2 Rev Jo !Ndthen: Butler from and Mrs. Henry Cristol Mr. of Lawtey
company and battalion levelas will with Schoolat p.m. The public is invited to between the film for
begin Sunday Macedonia Baptist Church. planned and Mrs. Cohen Peele Mr !Mrs. \\ ilm.iuirnvrighl/
SHOWTIMES oriented toward infantry 10 a.m. with the Women in attend. Lawtey. Communion services all pupils. The time will be and Mrs. Robert McClellan spent two weeks with her
operations. He also was charge. Mrs. Rellen Clark, Macedonia Freewill llaptist will terminate services after about 10:45: on Friday Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jones father who has liren seriouslyill
Fri & Mon & Tues trained in theresponsibilities chairman. The Youth will be Church. Rev. J.N. Butler, 2:30: services.All Special thanks for Miss Les McClellan and Mrs. in Barlow \11'\111111,1:
of battalion, in charge at 3 p.m. Mrs. Olivia pastor. Weekly services began officers are asked to pay Terry of Law ley Your faithful Maxie Reddish and son Jeff. Hospital Her /griiiuM-ni -:hter.
7:00: & 9:00: brigade and division staff Scott, chairman. Refresh- with Prayer Meeting their pledges assistance in correspondence Mrs. Fred Moore, Miss Jim, came home with liar '
officers. ments will be served after the Thursday night. Sunday l Ebenezer Weekly services with The Telegraph this year Rachel Boyer, Mrs. Jewel Saturday. Her parents, :Mr
Sat. & Sun Capt. Ellis entered the 3 p.m. activity. At 5 p.m. the services will begirt with began Tuesday night with has given the school an Wade of Tampa and Mrs. and Mis (Isdc. \\', \\light
Army in 1971. He Sunday School at 10 a.m.
April men will bein charge. Mr. Lin- Bible Class. excellent way of and Vi. aimed :
Thursday night Pearl Boyer, of Fairfield son Alniul.iy
5-00: 7:00: & 9:05: received his commission Morning Worship at 11 a.m.
with
wood Crawford chairman.The communicating parents \alillillil
Prayer meeting. Sunday spent two days at Disney to spend part t ol Hii-ir
through the ReserveOfficers' Afternoon service at :$; p.m
and other citizens.
with .
services will terminate with World, their mother
301 Training Corps public is invited to welcome.St.Visitors. are always Sunday School. Mr. and Mrs. H,C, Crews !Mrs. Uilma \\lIill\\lIj.\hl.

program. attend these activities. John Missionary Baptist True Church of God' in PERSONALS and Joy, of Clearwater wentto Jim and Klame:: U.iinwiighl.\
DRIVE-IN u. Church. Rev Willie Huffman, Unity, Rev Sampson \\hite. Mrs. Elva Reddish and Miss Jacksonville and visited attended the graduation; ;
Do have Brown SpotsFri pastor. Service schedule as pastor Service activities Arthurine Blanchard visited with their brother-in-law and exercisesgrandduughtci, till'I IUTVlis
Fri & .Sat.r you follows: Weekly services Monday night prayer her sister Miss Enza sister, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy I Denise' '
_- )lawn? began Monday with Prayer meeting. Wednesday night Blanchard of Baker County Clayton and son, and their Durban, I Iroin ll<.il.>eil i K:. I.ee
: : I your Band Meeting Monday at Terry ing service. Friday> !Nursing: Home, at Macclenny mother Mrs. C.R. Crews on Sr. High !Si'honl' :al tin
noon. Wednesday night Bible study. Sunday recently May 30. Their mother, Mrs. Coliseum in .Kiikscnville mi
and Bible pra'ermeeting class school will begin services Mr. and Mrs Larry Carter Crews returned with them to Sunday' ,iltclli combined. Thursday choir Sunday, at 10 a.m. Morning and family of Tallahassee Clearwater on Monday and proud lo !capon| ilia I she
rehearsal at 5 p m. Friday Worship at 11 a.m. Visitors were Friday overnight guestsof stayed until June 5. graduated Irnni High !Siluml
night Church Conference at are welcome.. their aunt Miss Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs Charles in three years
7:30: p.m.Sunday. (;reatl'rIlen Chapel Terry. They left at noon Starling and chillren visited .
services .\.:\1.1'hurch: Rev it G. Saturday for their vacation Disney World at Orlando, last
MlchaeIVmcent will
Jan I Is
in begin
Bugs. ? 6BHSSlmUutsGet i
.
Clinch)
with Sunday'School at 40( a.nv' ,, { !\ pastor. Serviceactivities further down the state. Friday.
-Army Worms or Morning Worship! at il'atn. : Prayer meeting Mrs. Loca Raulerson was a Mrs. LH. Harper visited
W1'4's7 Afternoon worship at 3 and Class meeting combined Thursday overnight guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Scholarships!
Mole Crickets? Pleasant Grove :Mt. Moriah p.m. each Tuesday night Choir her son-in-law and daughter, Carl Prevail on Thursday.
:Methodist rehearsal for choir No; 1 at 8 :Mr and :Mrs. John Browardand Other guests of the Prevatts Twenty ,aria\ high!: sihiiMstudents. ,
Disease. ? Churches.: Parish each first and third of Jacksonville. includnig ,shoni|
Fungus Rev. Willie Stitt pastor for the p.rn. family were their nephews. George
W: Tuesday night Young adult :Mr and :Mrs Harold Jones and Jackson Prevail, for Bradford High li.ur l Is'n'
New Conference Service
Why not get a free Inspection by an year choir rehearsal each second and family. of Jacksonville Saturday dinner On Sunday selected :is the lust I"it' 'i ipi'nl| '"
schedule follows
Sun. Mon Tues. expert from Florida Pest Control He Will services as began at :Pleasant Weekly and fourth Wednesday night Mrs Linda Crawford and Mr. and IV rs. Wayne Harperand of Henry II HIM. 'k scltil.tisliipsal "
*
Claudia Jennings In Identify the problem and then recommen Grove with the Young Adult Sunday services will begin Jennifer, of Baldwin, Mr and son were their dinner Santa Ie niiiiiiiinitv,
,,pDynamite a cure. He will also give you a free Choir rehearsing Monday at with Sunday School at 10 a.m. :Mrs Timothy \\ilkerson, and guests. CollegeBradloi) .
Women estimate for our service. :Morning Worship at 11 a.m. family :Mr and :Mrs Earl Mrs. Fred Moore carried 'd letipiriMs( a.neGwm
with the Junior Church in Wilkerson and Glen. Mr. and hersister. Miss Rachel Boyer ; ('uIIl'" Julie diUlis;
OIIDA charge. At 3 p.m. the young t :.Mrs Raymond VAilkerson. of to her home in Jacksonville on Glenda JuckMin.! : xl.iiKiniH-,
Plus 20 % Off adult choir will go to Green Raiford.gathered at the homeof Friday. Alica JiIl'k.HI11111'1" I h Lund,
Anne Randall In"Stacey" 1' Cove Springs to appear with their parents. :Mr and :Mrs Miss Jessica Alford of I gren. and Linda vVilli.mis.
Call ;. n a Women's Day program. cookout celebrating Raymond sometime with Mr. and Mrs. during then I'.iTi.: 7," ,.ivndcnnr:
(.ONTROLtCNUMGU Sr.-... __ I Barry Watts and Barry Lee year at ! Movie Starts 964-5745 Friends of :Mrs Geneva to rec'iv'th'tu'unt: .ig,nil Ilielollowing
Wilkison regret to learn that !! ve.n: '. Noimn.iliohvvoie -. .
At FREE INSPECTION Window she is a patient in Bradford submitted bnei In hschool
_SUNDOWN County Hospital as of Friday pntuili.il! ;, mill weir
& ESTIMATE AIR $5000 based the slmUnl' ne.ide'
June 4. Our prayers are with on I s

rzkt : CONDITIONER ] her.Billy and Ray Wilson. mic abilities .

.:.-'1 naymondlcAllisterund: Miss
Patti Rhodes, of Gainesville, Chain Link Fence
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NEW .
CODE OF GOOD FUNERAL PRACTICEAs 1 NEW ':'r spent the weekend with (01.
4' x 8' Sheets Living Room : and :Mrs.Vm.. Wilson.

i J :Mrs Ernest Hewitt, ol SuppliesTTfrtl
+ FORMICA each ;'
r CHAIRS i ( Tallahassee spent sometimewith
her pa runts. :\1 r. and '
funeral directors, our calling: imposes upon us special responsibilities to :Mrs, Arlie Dobbs.
those we serve and to the public at large.Chief among them is the obligation to F $500 i & $6 sheet per $2750: A.Itaosey.: pastor ol t:

inform the public so that everyone can make knowledgeable decisions about ilthaDr: ,"" "' :::.II'. Faith Baptist Church James 1" I
funerals and funeral directors.In Griffis and Fred> Johnson of
Duo- H"x3"x8'12"x4"x8' NEW Starke. tended I a Bible First Quality

acceptance: of our responsibilities, and as a condition: of our profession, we Tang WHITE c Conference at Bristol. Twin No i'i.oii.H
affirm the following standards of good funeral practice: and hereby pledge: Folders 20 Thursday through Mondayol:
last week.Mrs InstallationAvailable
/2"x6"x8' BATTENGUN'S : Onie Thornton olAuburndale.

20( Each and :Miss Alice
1. To provide the public with information about funerals, including prices, Atwood visited her aunt :Mrs
and about the functions services: and responsibilities of funeral directors. Pierce Crews, in M Vincent'
Regularly/ 2} Cents MOBILE HOME Jacksonville.Saturday HANDYMAN\ \
Hospital.
2. To afford a continuing opportunity- to all persons to discuss or arrange afternoon
funerals in advance. The
:Mr and :Mrs 'll.irley' 473 4239
3. To make funerals available in as wide a range of prices as necessary to Haring, of Orlando. sereSaturday
I meet the need of all segments of the community,and affirmatively to extend to Office Shop SALES & SERVICE overnight guests( III 1 1-289-2141

everyone the right of inspecting and freely considering all of them. tlOWltstCallSt, their I 4. To quote conspicuously: in writing the charges for every funeral offered; Phone 9 5764 HWY 100 W, 9645606WIFE :\ Arlie Dobbs and I11l1th'I'1 FREE ESTIMATE
to identify clearly the service, facilities, equipment and merchandise includedin Starke :Mrs Ernest Hewitt.
such quotations; and to follow policy of reasonable adjustment when less :Mrs. Pierce Crews returned Maxville, Fla
home from SI Vincent'sHospital.
is utilized.
than the quoted offering
Jacksonville
5. To furnish to each family at the time funeral arrangements are made, a on

written memorandum of charges: .and to make no additional charge without the For Pissing Her Man -- -- -- ,-- - -
approval of the purchaser. WANTED I a. .

6.To make no representations written or oral, which may be false or mis HOURS OF LAVVTKY j jI
leading,and to apply a standard of total honesty In all dealings. ,
,, 7. To respect all faiths,creeds and customs and to give full effect to the role 1EPAIP ALL MAKES OF CB's AND AUTO OR HOM, I DUMP ,

of the
clergy. ,
8. To maintain a qualified and competent: staff, complete: facilities and suit. 23 CHANNEL CBAM MNGNE I I

able equipment required for comprehensive funeral service. TRANSCEIVE'CB's 1
9. To assure those we serve the right of personal choice and decision in rj" ; I

making funeral arrangements. Mt ttIt Sunday Closed 1
10. To be responsive to the needs of the poor, serving them within their

means. HyCiintCB Monday. 3:00-7:00 }J.ln. :

We pledge' to conduct ourselves in every way and at all times in such a man Tuesday 3:00-7:00
:
EREO'IN t : p.m. I II
ner as to deserve the public trust

FIB EM Bu\per LASS Mt. WHIP DASH I Wednesday 3:00-7:00: p.m. I


DeWITT C. JONES FUNERAL HOME o I ANTENNA t AM-FM lntttll 8 Track<> Thursday 3:00-7:00: p.m. :


Phone For Appointment Or Drop By Our Office Installed and Tuned Friday . 3:00-7:00 p.m. I II


I i; Starke 964.6200 Keystone Hqts. 473.3176 VN1 136fln I I Saturday. 10 a. in.-7 I). In. I II I


RENTAL 964 7329

Hospital Beds,= Walkers Wheel Chairs & CrutchesWe WEST CALL STSTARKE Effective June 7. W* ,
1- .
Council
Lawtey City
AMERICAN I 1 RADIO-CB I I I I

Are Big Enough To Serve You, And Sman Enough To Know You FLORIDA Itchg 1:10 ,
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IS TELEGRAPH June 10, 197 ."' .



. ffllNSUPREME i LB Developers DeW&Hiding., Ownership Of PropertyLAKE

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BUTLER Norman Maines admitted ha'. :;'had "There is no timber on that Attorney General on who may as the New River Developers
Stephenson and Marvin neglected to record<< the deed street and I can only conclude rightfully make Improvements brought accusation against
COURT OF THE NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Pritchett members of the earlier due to a backlog of that Carroll is a malicious! on city property.Controversy Thomas for paving city
STATE OF NEW YORK TAX DEED Dated this 28th day of May New River Developers, work. '.' liar," Pritchett said. began in streets adjacent to land
COUNTY OF MONROE 1976. appeared before the Lake Allegations by Carroll that Mamas who is also the October 1975 when the Union recently purchased by his son,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Gilbert S. Brown Oerk Butler City Council May 12 to the New River Developersown city's attorney,was Instructedto County Taxpayers Association James without permission of
SYLVESTER GRIFFIN Plaintiff that Steve Bires & Warren Clerk of Circuit Courtof deny allegations made by 56 acres of land within the get an opinion from the which Carroll referred to the council.
against LEUGUENER JACKSON Hunrucut, Jr. the holder of the Bradford Co., Fla. councilman T.S. Thomas and city of Lake Butler and Another '
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GRIFFIN Defendant. following certificates has filed 6/10 4tchg 71ORDINANCE his attorney Wayne Carroll at 40 acres nearby are not r I i

said certificates for a tax deed to ........................... .... a special meeting of the count true Stephenson said.He,'
Plaintiff designates Monroe be issued thereon. The cil April 29.Stephenson.. Pritchett and Cietua. Ward Pinehurst Grocery''& Variety Store t I
County as the place of trial. The certificate numbers and years of NO.3 denied an accu- owned the property pfcttous ,, j
basis of the venue is Plaintiff issuance the description of the BRADFORD COUNTY sation by Thomas that mem- to formation of the company,;
residence property and the names in FLORIDA bers of the corporation tried to Stephenson 8ald," -I'd .transferred which it was assessed are as NOTICE OF INTENT TO CON- conceal ownership of the property the property IntO'". coh,
SUMMONS WITH NOTICE follows: SIDER THE ADOPTION OF AN He showed a copy of a glomerate nameafterwards.. ,I. Located Across From Southside Elementery School 964-9935
Plaintiff, resides at 21 Morgan ORDINANCE RELATING TO warranty deed dated August, Stephenson also showedrfletter ,
Street. Rochester New York Certificate No. 27; Year of DESIGNATION OF THE BRAD- 1975 which was recorded in from .the county, .
County of Monroe. Issuance 1974; Description of FORD COUNTY ZONING December of that year. property appraiser showing [ Fabric Sale I i.\1tt.\ ,
PropertY: PARCEL IN NW BOARD AS THE LOCAL PLAN- Thomas alleged at the special that New River Developersown ; I
ACTION FOR A COR OF LOT 21 BEING 240 E & NING AGENCY FOR BRAD- April meeting that owner- about 16 acres of land|,not ; ...
DIVORCETo W By 363', N & S. In FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. ship of the property was not 56. r/C/ '
the above named Defendant Woodlawn. Sec: 32 Twp 5 S, R- recorded until December so Contrary to whit C4tro16'had : New Shipment Of Summer t j. '. l.,
LEUGUENER JACKSON TO: ALL CITIZENS TAX that members of the New said earlier the : :'\S. : \ ,
22.Name >
i
Coordinates In Band Master And {' 1 1I ,
GRIFFIN. in which assessed PaulL. PAYERS AND OTHER INTER- River Developers could direct had never bid on any propertyrecently .
You summoned Crawford Jr. ESTED PERSONS. criticism at him Thomas for '" ; I
are hereby to ( ) purchased by ho- "
!serve a notICe of appearance on building streets and sewers in mas, Pritchett said. Pritchett1 | Ultra Vino By Burlington -';
the Plaintiff. Attorneys* ) within All of said property being in YOU AND EACH OF YOU are the area also denied clearing timber &{t'

20 days after the service of this the County of Bradford State of. hereby and herewith given New River attorney Hal from a dedicated street and | All Types Of Sports Fabric To i I II
summons exclusive of the day Florida. notice in accordance with Section '
of service (lor within 30 days Unless such certificate or 125.66, Florida Statutes that ...... ..... ..... ... . ... .. pocketing of the profits Umber.made'fromsale \-- Coupon---1 Choose From \ \

after the service is complete if certificates shall be redeemed the Board of County Commis- teen ((16)) lots of 20.000 sqh. or I ==
1 ; ,
the summons is not personally according to law the property sioners of Bradford County Florida more. This property is located 5 I lop Off On

delivered to you within the State described in such certificate or at a special meeting to be miles South of Starke on the ; My Neighbors o -
of New York); and in case of certificates will be sold to the held at 8:00: P.M. in the County West side of Hwy. 301 in Sec- 11:! $10 $498 981I
vour failure to appear judgment highest bidder at the courthouse Commission Meeting Room. ; tion 25 Township 7 South t '. .1 I $299 ** $249 $3
win be taken against you by door on the 15th day of Bradford County Court House Range 21 East. Nwg[ j"
default tor the relief demanded June 1976. Starke Florida on Wednesday ; This change in classification is q I Purchase On Fabric | I
in the notice set forth below. Dated this 11th day of May June 30 1976 will consider the :! subject to a public hearing to be i| $398 $298
Dated May 11, 1976 HURST 1976. adoption of an ordinance relating ::' held on Tuesday June 29, 1976 I_ Good Thru June 17th
to: at 7.30: p.m., in the County ;
it KING. Attorneys( ) for RAIWA
Plaintiff\ Office and Post OfficeAddress GILBERT BROWNBY ; Commission Room in the Brad- : : Men & Boys Western Shirts *2 Off Reg. Price 1
: 130 Powers Building : Beulah M. Moody AN ORDINANCE OF .; ford County Courthouse. At this
Rochester New York 14614 BRADFORD COUNTY :; time all persons interested shall

NOTICE: The object of this Clerk of Circuit Court of FLORIDA DESIGNATING AND :; be heard for or against the ore 18 Pk Reg.Non PEPSI R.C. & HEHII I II
action is to obtain a judgment of Bradford County Florida.. ESTABLISHING THE BRADFORD :! proposal as specified in the : Returnable .
divorce dissolving the marriage 5/20 4tchg 610PUBLIC( COUNTY ZONING :! Zoning Code of Bradford I
between the parties on the BOARD AS ITS LOCAL PLAN- :I County. COKE 16Oz. 8 Pack II
.. NING AGENCY PURSUANT TO I 99C $119I I
"wound of abandonment.The - -- --- -
relief sought Is. A THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT : A R. Kiefer Chairman I Tax & Dep. Plus Tax & Deposit
of absolute divorce in NOTICE COMPREHENSIVE PLANNINGACT ; Bradford Co. Zoning Board I
judgment yI - - -
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favor of the plaintiff dissolving The School Board of Bradford OF 1975 (Chapters ; 1t 6/10(

forever the bonds Of matrimony County Florida will consider a 163.3161 1633211, Florida
the in this proposed rule change in the Statutes); SETTING FORTH -
action between parties School Board Rule 13531 relating SAID AGENCY'S DUTIES AND ,( IrI D flKf.. A E fJlI SAlE

to Transportation at 8 a.m., RESPONSIBILITIES; ESTAB .... (l1A.mll ,. I .
NOTICE: To the defendant 111 Af IAell THVKSDW. fKIDA
LEUGUENER JACKSON June 25 1976 in the School LISHING SAID AGENCY'S ORGANIZATION /..rr..shim -
Board Room of the RULES AND 64 'us IN [alllteiecMoI. ,
GRIFFIN. County -I liQUiA.' Y' / AND SATURDAY!
The foregoing Summons is School Administrative Offices at PROCEDURES; REQUIRING why,7 .. 1\
582 North Temple Avenue THAT ALL MEETINGS BE PUBLIC
served upon you by Publication
pursuant to an Order of the Hon. Starke Florida. AND PROVIDING FOR THE
Marshall E. Livingston Justiceof Copies of this proposed rule KEEPING OF PUBLIC
the Supreme Court of the change may be obtained from RECORDS; PROVIDING FOR $
State of New York signed the the Superintendent's Office on FINANCIAL SUPPORT; PROVIDING flf'ln"I'tf!!

14th day of May 1976 at Newark\ North Temple Avenue Starke FOR SEVERABILITYOF
New York and filed in the office Florida ANY PORTION DECLARED
of the Oerk of the County of This is in compliance with Florida INVALID( ; REPEALING ALL Top name mend

Monroe in the City of Rochester Statutes Chapter 73.310( as ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT '.
of enacted by the 1974 Florida HEREWITH; AND PROVIDINGFOR .
New York on the 19th day ", \ QUALIfY
May 1976. Legislature THE EFFECTIVE DATE r Sf

5/27/ 3tp 6/10( Richard Jcckel HEREOF. 1" ;r .t: "REV!\ d ONE OF THE BIGGEST
t "
Superintendent of Schools YOU ARE FURTHER GIVEN MIMES IN LEISURE WEAR!

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE 6/102tchg 6117ORDINANCES NOTICE that a copy of said pro POLYESTER MATCH- MATE
posed ordinance is available for /
Notice is hereby given that I I. .... .. ..... . your inspection 'at the office of VALUES UP TO 25.00

Dolph E. Reddish as sheriff of NOS. 4thru1l" the Clerk of the Circuit Court Eit. w I :"

Bradford County, Florida under BRADFORD COUNTY Bradford County Court House, ; 6.88
and by virtue of Writ of FLORIDA Starka Florida. .,. ."...
Execution to-wit.: NOTICE OF INTENT TO CON- EACH AND EVERY PERSON ii.: bAA i I ..P I utsiii JUIIT, sun it4iMATCMII
SIDER THE ADOPTION OF having any interest whatever in > ,.. .'
ii\ "
Execution issued out of Circuit AMENDMENTS TO THE the enactment of this proposed tm .
Court of Bradford County BRADFORD COUNTY ZONING ordinance should appear and be '-it I 7.88
Florida pursuant to a Final CODE CLASSIFICATIONS OF heard at the time and place ufl SAYE 11% .
.
PALO
LUS' SAYE 5,00
Judgement for Jean E. Milliaan BRADFORD COUNTY. herein prescribed. .r SUMS. sREI 2..42

of Starke Florida and FLORIDA. 4 'Wut i toy tall MM w thesi tats'
Paul C. Jr., BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 21.13" 3 0 0 24 8 S. : '
against Nugent DISCOUNT %IC[ WASl1Itf E flu krMili ON IN Tent for itjli.
defendant in the amount of TO: ALL CITIZENS TAX BRADFORD SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PDiCi, DISCOUNT PRICE WAS2WI KIC WAS MM MEN'S contort' aid fit CMN M Sill!" II (it
SCENIC!
$1.051 50 together with costs of PAYERS AND OTHER INTER. COUNTY FLORIDAby HUT Ml r tin IJKhuM litricf mil colors in
IMPORTEO IAMIOO HAMPERS, EAGLE 12" OSCILUTIM ITS NT CILIIIIE FIR EAST, 100T-NYSCEA mm SHUTS t
collection ESTED PERSONS.YOU : Gilbert S. Brown Clerk WOVEN T10RT WITH COVERS SPEED UILE FIN WITH ICIRHWU NCI OWE, 31 TIK| del ud Hot N INN! Acititi- A MiilttrnDitcouNl
AND EACH OF YOU 1t 6/10( 22110"-4,00' | 24i20"-J.00 TAMPER-PROOF GRILUS, L/. 1111 iitoi lints Strikni punts. S.tl H. r L P vrqx
Have seized and have in my ARE HEREBY and herewith .... .... .... .... ... .. ... Ir
possession the following given notice in accordance with '- '0
described personal property town Section 125.66, Florida Statutes NOTICEW. -- ft

: that the Board of County Com Roe Covey has made SlVE 31

1973 Ford 2 dr. missioners of Bradford County : application to the Bradford .....w
I I.D. No. 3J87A202648As Florida at a special meeting to : County Board for OT. HOLE '
Zoning reclasSIfication mess v I
UTIOAROMOTOR
the property of the above be held at 8 P.M. in the County : of the property N M j III ; '?- E

named defendant and that on Commission Meeting Room described below from OR (open w 4'ID

Monday the 14th day of June, Bradford County Courthouse ; rural) to R1A (residential) ; 21 SAVt32% 1Oro + ,
'976 at twelve o'clock Noon Starke. Florida l. on Wednesday -
on : located 5 miles South of Starka i !
said ddy on the premises of the June 30 1976 will consider the : on the West side of Hwy. XI in was 2I) O( !NN $1 NEW

Bradford County Jail I will offer adoption of amendments to the : Section 25 Township 7 South MSCOUNf.Cl w.s u, DISCO NT MCI WASMr
for sale and sell the following Articles:
to highest
Range 21 East Approximately 5 n UL IISUUTII neiw JM MUSH,
bidder for cash in hand the Article VII, adding Section 6 i e' YALM4LIIOAIITDAE :,
acres and also the of "
acceptance
:yNil"
wi.n/ SPRAT MSIRRCTAHT OR OTERCLEARER.
.
Article VIII
above described of said J
property the plat of this property into lots ; .1IL
defendant to satisfy the Article IX, Section 2 : of 20,000 sq. ft. or more. = YILUELUST /y SAVE IX
dforesald execution. Article IX, Section 4 in
: This change classification is :
Article IX, Section 5 : subject to a public hearing to be : 4.66 =a 2.96
Dolph E. Reddish. Sheriff Article IX, Section 6 : held on Tuesday June 29 1976 :
Bradford County Florida Article X, Section 2 : at 7:30: p.m., (in the County : / I ,v SOPE Low DISCOUNT PKICI I DISCOUNT Pace, WAS..1.N'IWU.UT.TlWI.IIISS
5 20 4ichg 6 1 10( Article X, Section 3 Commission Room in the Bradford : ( THE MIUTART 100(1! MER'SROIROR 20 !

; County Courthouse. At this : EPAlin SRIRT SIIRTS liED RO IRONIRIDrits
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT YOU ARE FURTHER GIVEN : time all persons interested shall : LAVE 11'L Iattemd poctits. ipmlcts 65S 20S, p piims" popular solid IIL.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF NOTICE that a copy of said proposed be heard for the sAn 2% 35"e silictiM. >
: or against : pllylstn cottot S II H. TRASH IABSl.27 poliestrr eoltoo S'ti' L20OAL.
FLORIDA IN AND FOR ordinances are available : proposal as specified in the : n. F S
BRADFORD COUNTY for your inspection at the officeof : Zoning Code of Bradford : C li ICE 2 1'p
the Oerk of the Circuit Court '
County. : DISCOUNT PRICE WAS J/'kH' Paicr wesal/T '
btlse.
CIVIL ACTION Bradford County Court House ', f:
Starke Florida. I" S/. CUE PAR, ." ROVIOUIEPU UWTWtltRISTTROFOAM ICE I
A.R. Kiefer Chairman : I." PIE PAR .R (. O.EST.URSI 10 QT. [ Y
Case No. 76 147 EACH AND EVERY PERSON Bradford Co. Zoning Board : NE
h11111 PIN o '
having any interest whatever in L.M Games Director : ,

JOEL RODERICK HALL. the enactment of these proposed 1t 6/10 ': sAYE 10% ; SUE 10% 41E 18%
Plaintiff vs SANDRA M. HALL ordinances should appear 11 t
Defendant and be heard at the time and .. ....... ....... .... MASTERPLtfMIERFUTACTIM FIX I FLAT rat y1MA11 ..r k.A
place herein. prescribed .NOTICE. : 1 ea SGLS511LUAlA, ., k.'' A F8.uu< Nli r
NOTICE OF SUIT LK Edwards\ III ft Associates : MAIN OPERCI O IAFUTE1,11. 11 aE j I e w f %

NO PROPERTYYOU BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ; Inc. has made application :
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED BRADFORD to the Bradford County Zoning : $1WASJ.tt 1wls.lrlr

that an action for Dissolution of COUNTY. FLORIDA. Board for reclassification. of the : wes3At
Marriage has been filed against By: Gilbert S. Brown Oerk property described below from : 1, VALUE /LISI / YALEE ILSS!
It 6/10 OR ( rural) to R1A (residential :
you Sandra M Hall P O Box f.......... .. ..... ............ open
of
244 Andrews North Carolina ) on the original and replat : 13 94 3.96
and you are required to serve a Lake Hampton Oaks located Smites : M''rs' t eoolou'G SAVE 35% .
OF
NOTICE APPLICATIONFOR South of Starke the SUPC low DISCOUNT PrCA FRUIT OF TIE LOOMMDERWUft SUPER lOW DISCOUNT 'RICEn.u.t
copy of your written defenses if TAX DEED on : 1 FUVIRS III 28 82. 12 12. 11111
any to it. on the plaintiff'sattorney West side of Hwy. 301 in Sec : $- P ICE HALASSES ."'S RUQQll I" MER'S RO-IRIR. MITISTER.CinOR .
whose name and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lion 25. Township 7 South : 3 '/ / a Wn MAMIE LUTHER WORK SHOES .MM'I cittM km ttMitic deli SRIRTT PAJAMAS.
address >IS Hon George H. that T.W. TATUM the holder of Range 21 East. : r R 1 F Ts.gt' Goody,. oat constriction OHrisislMt J/131. Imts 1/319 Tllwti AdHistiMi tiisttt Dust fill Ml fir
Pierce, P 0 Box 1030 Starke the following certificates has This, change in classification is : n a wASLMT 3waS3I41T gs1 2 R$1 Neowni cripi till 112m 1/16i SIL.iiiiri.7M2.1/4 5J CMilNt/ Smt"' punts' ,, soMt | ti D
filed said certificates for a tax
to public hearing to be :
Florida and file the original with subject a
deed to be issued thereon. The LA.N
held Tuesday June 29 1976 WAS
the clerk of the above styled on : r
court on or before June 18, certificate numbers and years of at 7:30: p.m., in the County : i
1976 otherwise issuance the description of the Commission Room in the : 1 x.
a judgement
property and the names In r yq
Bradford County Courthouse. : \
be
may entered against you for '
which. it was assessed are as !(AI1NYp
the relief demanded in the At this time all persons Interested : T1 I d,.
follows. : shall be heard for or :
complaint
or petition
Certificate No. 106. against the Pf.DPOSai. as specified : M? ,,,a 1 A..i _
Year of Issuance: 1974. ; in the Zoning Code of Bradford .
WITNESS my hand and the : 3. 00 Gt 23
of
Description Property: BEG
seal of said Court County. : 1 .
on May 17th
1976. 75ff S of NE Cor of NW'of DISCOUNT Mill WAS LO* WAS 3 3r1f

NW'/4 S 634' W T13 to By. A.R. Kiefer Chairman A/" RI-LUI (IDOT PI01.

GILBERT. BROWNAs R/Wgr rd. N on E R/W 681.99'E Bradford Co. Zoning Board PLASTIC W/MARIRI SCflE 0 I 1
967.49' to POB. Par. Desc In L.M. Games Director i 1
Clerk of said Court \
OR Bk. 39, Pg. 325-4 Sec. 24 It 6/10( sesL.

BY: Beulah. MoodyAs TWP8S, R22. ............... .... ...... ... A3f YILIEPLIS! ant UI :AYE _
Name in which assessed: 2
Deputy Clerk
Keystone Estates Corp. lATt OP TO 21_% w ,
S/204tchg 610OTICE/ ( 2.88
All of said property being in NOTICE say",// 3.94 3.44
LK. Edwards III Er Associate SAYI .1%
the County of Bradford Slate of 2 96 JUH
SUPM low DISCOUNT puict DISCOUNT pmci WAS DISCOUNTiCIwASN',
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Borida *, Inc. has made applicationto MUfTTlMU A.
Unless such certificate or the Bradford County Zoning V ? DISC PUICt WAS UP YOJ,91 sirs-IN A11-4CCASIIR. LIATMRLMISI01S HITS IARTAS If CC SUES MErS RIPSAW SLIPOIS,
\ certificates shall be redeemed Board for the repeating, of the DISCOUNT west*' MISSES' T-SIIRTS IR LATEST 2.0 0 TOI WIPE" AR> WEIR! wrra ....W. sousCtsHMMf OIFORIS all OREPI SOLE
: property described below: 4liJI" IELIIE CANVAS SIRFRIIII. FASRIOI PAINTS FAIRIIS IRMIIUIRIT S--.... TM "' .rt-trM altO HMrtM.MK M ntijtl. Tlmi trniy cniMs vi CMlKcn '
any I will debts not be made responsible by anyone for described according in to such law the certificate property or To vacate a portion of the original PRUTS. SAFETY MM PARTS, 1-11 7wesl41 CiMrtl uI* '..*. lists lily. 1 M emu .... wnrti cum. 1 itu H* tal trim to sun I 112.

other than myself. certificates will be sold to h plat of Lake Hampton REG. OO's
-Harold K. Norman highest bidder at the courthouse Oaks. namely lots 8, 7, ft, 17. 18. adisonst PACK

:\II:: 4ich8 6:10: door on the 8th day of 19 and 36 ft. of lot 20 and allow .7513 CIGARETTES 41' $4/1 $414 LL
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HOUSES FOR SALE Floriland Realty i

FOR RENTFOR FOR SALEFOR FOR SALE ,....
) Her I Ie what you have ahvayaj 393 N.Temple Av.*. ... t
t SALE: Complete oral! of do.......... ..aeeUocPtjc
0t I RENT 1 family .lanmereottago bunk bed. Uk* new 175. Cd'J8Z.3520. FOR SALE:: Registered 1/2 3 BR Car. Lot $1500..

2 on KIngaley Lake torrent lip 6/10 Arabian mare, 9 year old 3 BR 1 1/2 Bath.....,5_ - -
1 Acra Building Lot on RD 16.
abota wormed
by week. A/C. Can 533- whao gentle old. CB. Construction on 13U'
2366. II..... FOR SALE AIr conditioner. and tested, $450. Call !964-i65. frontage by 700 deep lot at - -
j PERSONAL SERVICE 31 Acre, 1/4 mi. on St. Rd.
FiiokUr*24X100 BTU 230 volta Itp: 6/10 Sbjnpoon> Lake.BllPoweOBroker.
PERSONAL .
t SERVICE $200. Admiral 17,000 BTU 230 Ideal for aubdlvkUng.

KNOW YOUR BLOOD FOR RENT 12 It. wide. mobile volta $150. Both la ..........t Farm -
'.. home _lido city Umtta. GORDON'S .- condldon. CeO 473- 48 Acre with.home 1/2 ml.on ,
PRESSURE day or nk-tit anywharat HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR wB 964-6114 or 4734777.tfchg operating FOR TRADE:Me 2 bedroom 2 984&104lira St. Rd. 229.
ACCU-RX check "warnt baby* for working mother 2182. lip Ono bath Peachtm. mobile home lor
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t log afeiT Instantly right on the travel trailer. Waaher, dryer. OH Wayne Dougla.
ummer and one*. Good rafer- Cor. tot with oto... BWg.
apt*. $2995. Koch Dniga 5/27 soma !9W-W68. lip 6/10 FOR SALE: Ro.ei tbs chino, 65 and other built-in. 9x20 9IJ4I. 5II3MOBILE *
I FOR RENT OUn') SubdMakn - -
5tchf. 6/24 : piece, .erve* 8 (150, doba bar acreened porch CHAA. Ready
112 acre Iota, $30.00 per month. $100,Ceramic Bisque $25 lor a L to Into. CeO !964-7513. 8J3A. A Buatnee on 301.
CHILD DAY CARE m my home, Water A Sewage .............. For move Itp - \:
6/10
BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete 6 mle south of Starka. Hot Information call 9645032. lip 6/10 ,
Mark OU., 4 BR Frame largo lot unity
I harpenlng eervice, circular kmch _nod. 4681390. Itp 6/10 ....'.MobB Home*Sale,,.....,. HOME bldg, one. by chain link re_ ar
.hand. carbide, chain mowerI 100 W. Stark. !964-5806. tt FOR SALE: Boat and trailer PUBLIC AUCTION: MochJa.orylEqulpoaeo.SIIi..JuaeI9.10-
blade hollow ground and $325. Alan none* for aalf. Cal Cftrtuillt
TOP .... ,
for PtojiAndrtua.
balanced. Leave at Jaekaonj 782-3481.6/10 4tp 7/1 Junkcan. 9644693. 6/10 ZIp 6/17 ..... N.E. Fla. Equipment Auction PARK( 9647739VERNIEP.ODOM.oc: REALTYG
j Btaldfag s..>pIy.Starke or Ke" Green Cove Spring, Fla.
atone Hekjhta. tf..... HOUSES FOR SALEFOR FOR SALE: Weber and dryer. 2844977. 6/10 2tchg 6/17 I""' .CIty UmIte Reg.Broker ')
___ -_ ___ CASH for any gold and rover 9644760. lip 6/10 Walk Bradford SguanOr: 965476' 964-7700 G -
object. Jewelry, ring, dental Or Downtown
i IOx2DPA110CO''ERSlIomn gold, pocket: .........., ..ovCGIa. SALE FOR SALE General Ektrlc -
j and mobile homei. $180 By own new FOR SALE Freeh heavy duly waahlng machine $30 Per
: produce on Month
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ware, Win WIlt Mr.
brick. home,4 bedroom.,2.bath.,
Inatalled. $140 unlantalled. "50.Can David Jonea 9b44U74 be hesitant about asking to look at
farm.Pepper,eon,cuke*,okra, any
Rltunan 475-1089 Old Gold AD City Convenience
GATOR MOBILE HOME SERVICE tntspri_ Bom 602 Melroea.Fla. then living, room lamfly drag room room with, fk-o bh etc. Call 964-5219 or 11II4I88'17.tfehg. after 6 pjn. lip 6/10 Ftro,Polio Protection, United Farm Agency, property we have for sale. Showing these propertiesIs

CO. Ph.. 3724767. Galnea0le. 32666. 6/10 Ztchg 6/17 place, carpeted, ....... utility City C..,Water and Sewer Inc. our business, and we will gladly arrange a meeting .
tfchg.MOBILE room. C/H A air, drape anddaCCmeeiiy at the property at a time which Is convenient for
NEED REPAIRS? Cabinet, appliance. *, FOR SALE:: 1969 Crea travel WeD bull how on double corner Jo-lu Motel Reg.Real Estate Broker
HOME MOVING: Ako painting plumbing!, carpentry, __1 acra Estates, timler. Excelent condition. 7823230. lot hi city with 3 bedroom. 206 8.Water St. you.You'll never know whether you like the place or

mobile horn htarlcane. anehor- electrical roofing,m ......,.Any .Joel M. Hull. 96+67841. Up 6/10 llchg: 6/10 2 bath, lying room. family 964-8810 National Advertising not until you take a look. And, the only way to reach
fag and mobile home roof coat- hind nice kitchen central heat Paul FaulknerBrokerIron .
of repair or addition Bent room a decision about whether you can afford it or not Is
Ser-ino. craftamanihlp and fewest. price. FOR SALE 1973 12x52 Z bedroom FOR SALE: Five 678x15 Goodyear and air separate utility roomphiaawunnung *Faulkar. tas.Ao.Idate to get all the pertinent details including total price
CeO 9644045 or !9544844 aak. for Urea, hlackwall. 8 ply ratng. pod.
mobile home.ParoaDy fur
and possible methods of financing.
Jet. 233 Starka. Fla. tfchg 9644065
Buck. lip 6/10 Also four 12x15 widenuden. - -
niahed. Take of '
74.09 monthly.up 782-36M payment or 782- .Cal Stove Thome after 5-10 aero tram, high .land on Mimosa Manor ARE vou READY TO saij We're in business to assist people in selling and

BUILDING:. REMODELING JAM SWAP SHOP Used 3912. 6/10 2tp 6/17 5:30 p.m. 96+7385. tf paved road, Graham ana.Lg. YOUR PROPERTY? purchasing homes and commercial properties. See

Rcpalra, Room .....tJono. Garages furniture, household good, Mobile Home ParkA I/, OnrUW.MutMal us/ first.
and ..." kit- .Frame hoHae lot ID -
carporta -d. A FOR SALE Red on corner
hanging potted plant, flahmg FOR SALE: 4 bedroom brick, 2 : mahogany .. ..... Nioo P'-'o /.111 .
Free 0. '
ch: bathe and roofing. equipment, dothkig, tooU eta tides table 20x40 Inlaid top $40; city to hopping ,. p.pk m e.rpos.dber PREFERREDPROPERTIES
bath Urge living room den and
lIve
eatknatea. Marnia Griffla, 473- We buy. Ml, trade. Hour 10 to 1 2 pie entet& adgo mahogany and - To I MINI-FARM Charming, rustic home with 4.29 of
6/17 palO room on landeraped aero 3 to 6 dear, ml. N/W ofStarke.
2108. 5/27 "ch acre
& 6, cursed Tue. ltdig 6/10 Cooeriy Eatatea hones No. 6. table Deacon Phyfe leg 125 Largo Lot. I the prettiest acres you'll ever see on a paved road
Contact Dougla. Mchdi: 964- each exndent condition. Also Yard Car and only minutes to town.
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WILL BABY SIT for any age CHILD CARE: Diane Tiemey I Ie 8158. tfchg. Oriental water color 281/2x34 1 A 2 ..... mobile home iltea. Garbage Can fnrtoKf
chid In home. 964621.tlbg. 1/2 framed $20. $55 blonde wig. ,
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each
now accepting children again.Lkenaed N W of Starke Term. Mol Do.. a x LAND BOOM Florida is scheduled for a land
$10.9644279. 6/10
< boxed. hot _..., FOR SALE: 3 bedroom 1 1/2 Itchg Water boom in 1978 similar to 1920 consider 60 acres on
towed yard. !9644464. 6/10 2tp both brick home on 1 acre load GEORGEROBERTS Central Sewage Plant 2 BR Block,In town.with land Bessent plus home and trailer.
FOR SALE 2 An helIon
WANTED ReridentU ace for n* -
: 6/17 outakle city dmita, 29JOO. Cal reg. Keg Real Estate Broker Garbage Pickup back yard $14300.
bred. Griffin. 964-
dlNtributorwaataank Rodney
awtmnring pool Leading 2 Car
968980. tfchg. 984726LGNGCILMP Parking - -
.back yard to 6767. Up 6/10 GOOD NEIGHBORS Beautiful, nearly new homein
WILL BABY mmybore onFonytb tf Concrete Patio 3 BR 2 Bath Block good location
dlqplay new 1976 moM of above Green Acres with everything you would want in a
Road. Coctact; Cathy Improved Street fenced yard $23,000.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom 2 bath
around pool. Top cunadcratioa home. Owner is retiring from Navy and moving to
Taylor. 9647976. lip 6/10 mobile home C/A and heat FOR SALE CALUE GIANT Electric Service to - -
on
given for prime Iaoo t oa. Don't Mississippi. Ninety percent financing to qualified
BERMUDA GRASS 200
Ampere .
112 acre lot. Woodland Acre. 4 cutting W* have a (election of waterfront -
ntae this opportunity. Call 3H45156 Growth of 12 Incbea In 24 hour Motored Goo client.
mom S. Stark an 301. !ItI4-6763. : property with or without a
Jadtwnvffla tiled tfchg. MOTORCYCLESMOTORCYCI.ES 6/3 Zug 6/10 ha* been reported Call 1904)) '-.
2892701. Itchg: 6/10 Home and BulkUng -MovelnBonuFREE *- DUPLEX INVESTMENT. Two bedrooms, bath,

.. HORSES, BOARDED many.......acree 4raUa ofpaMoree SUZUKI OF 'STARKE: : : Your FOR SALEFOR FOR SALE. Lot..SH-18, with Material .;. IMonthRent living side..completely room, kitchen-dining furnished..nice combination on fruit each
(25 per DIU...... For further .Information tMhorUed Electric Hookup ?1 I II
SuaJd Dealer.Phone wet and pity at tree*. Richard -WEBUOD trees..within walking distance of town. '
pbM call 9M.7.190.Wd..Thws.,9rWaybetween 9MtIO' 304 Eaat Cal Street.tfchg. Maws 4311193. lip 6/10 Your Plant Or Oft I

and 2. 5/20 4uhg.. 6/10 10 SALE: 48 .Inch chain link -YmtrLotOrOun"FREE ESTIMATESRemodelng PHONE 964-7498 /fl.-oJ" C I4rBari.REAL ,- KEYSTONE PARADISE LAKE Large recently
fence $155 R. hataued. Freeeetknate FOR SALE 17 ft. Hydro built brick home in a lew.llike setting which offers
1-289-2141, or 473- Stream, 135 HP Johnaon motor Repair ESTATE
PERSONAL SERVICE: 30-( AUTOMOBILES USED 426/10 2tchg: 6/17 and galvanbed traler an 1974 AddItIuoe1Io.1IouPt the ultimate in living comfort surrounded by
... ...., of
year-old white female model Can 964-8029 after 5 eotnt.J. plenty property.

experienced In elderly and cancer p.... lip 6/10 Sold-Traded Ralph Bryan New 3 BR 1 1/2 bath etucco, /N
patient can.. No Ive In.,own AUTOMOBILES USED CHclA ww carpet, 24JSOa POTPOURRI Building lots Bessent Road and

trmn.port.tloo: Call 964-5232 7-9 FOR SALE: Motor Home, 1972 FOR aaerlllm.SALE Leading: Swimming manufacturer; pool YARD SALE: 1 3/4 mle nnGrlffl. ACREAGE FOR SALE Real Estate -- Green Acres... Trailer on Hampton Lake ... Trailerin

pjn. or 965142 daytime. 6/3 UctunB :TSf 350 Chev., 14.000 and dlatributor .... akmumimrectanguUr Loop, Sat. and Sun. 10 9646853Hwy. 4 BR 3 Bath 4 acre $45400. High Ridge Estates Keystone ... Home on
2tchg610LOSE mtlea. self contakied 4 KW poola left over from ..... until -. lip 6/10 Spwckuudng In Lot and AcreageFor -- Church Street $12,000 owner financed.. We have !
bluer Ceo., sleeps. 6, radio, 1975 neon, 1/2 price, guaranteed XI South.Starkttf Bulking or Mobile Home 3 BR CB 6% oat.111.500- some commercial property. I
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WEIGHT aaMy A and tape 12,000 BTU roof air. - -
with XII Dirt Plan SUM.Rniuce EweOent condo Ready to travel huUIUtioa and terma. FOR SALE Antique kitchen Late on Sampson .Lake 100 ft.on 3 BR frame CHAA 115000.
EXCCM fluid with X-P.I, M.90O. F tMano 'Thanes 964- Call collect. Jacksonville day or ale with ecreened door. water. $7,800 owner financ-" -- NEEDED: 300 acres approx. 100 in pasture 200 in
90+3986103. Prieaud glaa fruit ,
evening tfchg. compote
M.Koch Drug Stare. 6/3 13tch: ( 6507 alter 5 pjn. ttchg chaw ervice for 4,luggage. rival Ing---- 2 BR fram 1 acre $9,200. timberland.
9/9 MULTIPLELISTINGS - -
WATSON'S HOUSE OF electllc caa open Brownie mRYAN 2 BR frame $8.400 term SWIMMING POOL Hot and tired? Have fun and

YOUNG WOMAN. 3M. drrfre.poattion FOR SALE 1972 Chrysler VACUUMS: Many brand of Haifa Staremeter Ban. Saturday c-10 to andcolored 5. La Realtor - relax In your own back yard family enjoymentplus
Uve In your home and Imperial LeBaron 2 door dean. new voc.... Used nauhineaavauable. 602 Ufayetta. Itac 6/10 964878BdgrnigbtBRASLNCmN 8.7 Acre hi Stark $15JOO. entertaining. An attractive home with a
son for afck. or rkferly. Room.V All power,AM A FM atereo and Expert Repair. d Stub 2 BR 1 Beta $11JOO otaiton - marvelous Florida room. Easy financing.
board. 125 per _... Call anytime tape vinyl top 119%. 964.7955. make Part and aoreonale* for 12 Acre .wed note A aeptic
6/10 all vacuum Bulk-la central OPENING FRIDAY June 11, tank fenced, 112.,500.
lip ,
yt-16ttrt. tfchg. Stark 2 BR I Bath $13, 00
INVESTMENT 1.74.cres to
vacuum cleaning oyate_. 404 Silver queen com, tomatoee and adjacent Piggly-Wig-
NW 10th Ave. Gamravil*. 376- other vegetable. Wainwrlght CadHlac-OUnaobae - gly plus a gracious,two story home with CH&A.
Hampton 5 BR. 2 1/2 Bath 40 Acre wooded $4<500.
LOVING: CARE for Infant Farm 2 .
your n 10. tfchg. mie Fad of Starka Sale A Service
or ehfld: by eapedencedlrl." FOR RENTFOR SR16. llchg 6/10 28900. FbwSertnOJUsedCarr - NEEDED Small houses in good repair.
tian teachw. Dally or weekly.Cafl Talano 0. Need 2 to 5 ...... North of
Mr*. Helen Murphy, 964- 3 are. Doublewld $26JOO. Stark buyer wafting.CaO .
n 9 apt. Mature penon A/C. IBO! fence $155 It. BMUDed. Free woes oven with cook book 1112 acre.Mobile homo S12JOO. 2001:! N.W.13 378-5301 anytkn*-ale*evening.aitoaattt with well built home...8Vi percent financ

I SEWING MACHINES repaired, per 611AMrshabm.. 964- Etlmate. 12892141. 5/27 $175.782.3710. lip 6/10 tf GALNESVRJ.EHICK'S: \" ] ing..near all conveniences.
6279. 4uhg6/17. Acreage bom $700 per acre 964-7154*7823397itwrtr
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all make cleaned, oiled and
FOR SALE:: By owner, 3 year
.dj ated. 17. Work guaranteed. old.brick. ......... 3 .big bedroom, FREDSACKETTREALTOR' 11'-' fit. Cecelia T. Terwi//egar// Realtor
RENT rurabhedbouM. :>>
J.... Strickland corner Morgan FOR Partly FOR SALE: MobIle he.Iota
.; Road A Hwy. 16. d.tw.to 314 N. Church: Street. $95..._.Few lota. aim available 2 bath. C/HAA. Oil 301 5 78238O6 206 West Madison Avenue Starke Florida
Inquire 1013 Butler Road. It In eeveral ubdMaian. Ph. 4681551. between Lawtey and Starka 206 Temple US401)[ ) .:.. .
$28,000. Ph. 9844915. 6/10 !
6/10 / tfchg. lip I904I964452348.1753[ ]
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS:
114 Chrhtian.. Street Sl.ut&1. FOR RENT: Unhnlahed. 3 bedroom FOR SALE 1973 Travel trailer, A.tociate.Bi1lTriggNite. f1"rPOODLEGROOMING ca OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
hour vacant Juno 11
at .
Fla. and Sunday 8pjn.
Thursday 23 ft.Fuly see contained. 468.182 PHONE 964.5145
Sfeep HOME
Tuenday 1 Woird.Groin. 525 W. MidUoa St.For Information DukCott.Mil-964364 ..
pjn. FOR SALE:: 38 Snub ness handgun 5. A/C like new condition. r
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527 N. Walnut S*
.Call Md-SlOB.964.MJ4 or9M6II9 Inquire $55.22/ hand gun $2155, 25 Richard R. AddUon 4311193. Mae McC f. <<. 18tp 6/24 lip 6/10 automatic gun from $4955.Dahmer Itp 6/10 Two Full Time 10:35: A.M.
Dtamuit. d.... GroomersAppointments
FOR RENT 3 bedroom, 2 bath
AVON CALLING:To buy or erl
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Avon Call 755/ .ZW7! or writ block bone. .Central heat 316 N. FOR SALE:: Mobile Home Pan FOR SALE: Air condrdon. 115 NEW GOBESE GRAPEFRUIT For WPXE Radio Thank you note Tilt
Lome Clyitt.P.O.Box 220,....... St.! ClaIr St. Call 533-2581. lip and Bupplle{ OUVS MOBILE volt, 12000 BTU bookcaa bed., DIET PILL Your Convenience 1490 i I OFFICE SHOP. Ph. nfil-37BI.:
box Inner
ipriag springmattreaa
6/10
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Cky Florida tfchgBOOKKEEPING HOME SALES. Hwy. 100 W. 301SolufprngMathand

Stark, 96+ OO6. ........ podded bar., quart.bltlCk 3 ...... A Alii.Cbahnera latt weightAndrea. 964-7837 e/24
FOR RENT Duplex apt. Fur Pharmacy
: Service In my
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home through trial balance and defied. or imnjirnlahed. doss ... tractor. Call 7823366.It 356 W. Madlaon,Starka

all govt. report Pkk-up and Word MUcheU!964-6853. tlchg: 10 x 20 PATIO COVER: 6/10 67105tp7/S MaintenanceElectricalMechanical
.ry.Cd911+7ti'U.6/3Z1"" Imtalled $185.00. unlmtaUed$140jDO.
6/10 FOR RENT OR LEASE: dole: Gator Mobile Home -----------, WANTEDUSED
.beauty. shop For Information Service. 372-9767. tfchg. SANDERS I
REDUCE safe A fart with can 9644200: or 964-7954 after 7 W .til Drilling

f GoBeatTibbu! A E-Vap "..oaer p.m. 6/10 4tchg 7/1 FOR SALE:: I ...,. t.c-IL. LAWN SERVICE MOBILE HOMESPaid
pill". ANDREWS DRUGS' Craby.....*FA_"2 mL W.of 2" thru 6"
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. 6/3 2tp FOR RENT 2..bedroom partUly Htarke on Rd. 100. Owner 964-5529 Florida Steel Corporation's new electric

'. 6/10 "Street.'aIohodbouoo.I.'N NachUdra.tl25mn.: W. MafUa Pb. fkunced.. 964-6488 after 8 pjn.tlchg. LICENSED INSURED I Drilling Fast Equipment Rotary I for or Nearly Paid For steel mill located near Baldwin, Florida,

911+151. Itchg 6/10 13t lid 7t.JIMMYMOORE'S has Immediate openings In the general

I WANTED TO RENT FOR RENT Nk Urge on bedroom .. for FOR any SALE etcreo: ,Dkunond over 247 dIf needle_ I STATE LICENSED OLIN'S MOBILE HOMESHwy maintenance field. Applicants should

furnbihed apartnmt with one, w* have them all. Dar have electrical experience In AC/DC
front porch and ear port.Pb.9648071. nwr1 DfcKount. Pumps
t\ WANT TO RENT: Home or 2 Itp 6/10 100, Starke, 964-5606 power distribution and troubleshooting
bedroom apt. Aduka dty orJ SUN SPORTS I I II If

e mt7. 964-7683. ,Itp 6/10 FOR RENT MobIle home wtthl More Your Boot Money For I New & UsediSalesPartsServicei I electrical equipment overhead cranes,

.bug Lawtey bedroom. ala ....and... home porch lot.78&J8M. U. REDUCE Stark.Ph.965791CompUt ......................... solid state, etc. Hydraulics and

J Itchg 6/10 SafoAFaat with *. Out board t: I pneumatics experience desirable.
CABESETABLENaFVAP- Stm Dm*Struct j E-Z Terms j I J & D ROOFING
FOR RENT: Small ........... WATER: PUJLS"And and&".,. II I Florida Steel offers competitive rates
_at. 96+6d). Itp 6/10 ewe PAormacv366W.MadbanS C.apktoFuarglaaiRap BL-i. .
ir 6/10 4tp 71Am.aJ Plumbing I
FOR RENT I bedroom mobile --.BuUFBFtehlngBoata uo .

6 .home In _try. 1 dill, 1 pot.Ph. j New Installation jI I
: 964-8498. Itp 6/10 LOCAL INTERVIEWS BEING HELD
ProductsNew I Remodeling

); A un Florida PAPER HANGING II Man Friday 8:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M.

Olin's Subdivision DistributorProduct and PAINTING Repairs I oii (After hours Interviews by appointment) .

For All Interior and DurrancvIPUMPS& : All Types Roofing ((904)) 266-4226
I I Ii Home" Personal ExteriorLocal ,

j I CareMONEY ReferencesFREE SUPPLY Residential & Commercial APPLY:


UIXIIM IUTPIISSCINIC LOCATION BACKGUARANTEE ESTIMATES I COMPANY Ij I II FREE Roof Inspection FLORIDA STEEL CORPORATIONOff
PHONE 864.0370 I I II

I xwu Phone M4-5673 Phone 9846370W.THOMAS j I 864 N. Temple Ave. j I II New Roof Or Repairs<<: SR 217

i V Aoro Lots For R6nt'30a .w.O.Per M0. W.ler Fumle"ed a EdllornsbyS272tpSl Or 468-2101 I I Starke I II Call 964.7410 Baldwin, Florida 32234An


Call Mark" Olln 964.S606 Hwy 18 1 MofMn Rd "." tIp I 964-7061 T*'I.... Free Estimates 6/20.6/12 Equal Opportunity Employer M'F.Iune
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