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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 19, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Tena Marshall is catching the eye of passers-by on a IS ton slruction Co. of Jacksonville said she hat Rotten used to the
finish roller. stares and thinks there Is a place for women.. In construction
Tena the only female on the work crew for Warren Conwork..

Shifts in grade 6 and 7 school The shift would also bring
enrollments to balance the sixth graders from Starke
numbers of students in school Elementary and Southside TENA MARSHALL IS USED TO STARES

Set centers will be the topic of Elementary to the middle
Hearing three public hearings held this school, adding about 170

month.Superintendent Tom Casey pupils the ,middle or an school overall around additionto 90 Is That A Woman Up There ? It Is !

and school board members pupils. Casey said the cap at ...

Tonight; On City'sLand during their meeting Monday the middle school varies by ,Drivers on US-301 have been 1 degrees. She prefers summer replied, "definitely" but
night set aside May 24 at who you talk to, the State doing a double take as they work getting up at 4 a.m. and added there was "no way" she
Lawtey, May 26 at Hamptonand Department of Education hasit drive by road resurfacing usually being on the job by could lift shovels of 250 degree
May 31 at Brooker placed at 800 pupils and equipment and spy a shapely 6:30: a.m. Most days are 10 asphalt 12 to 13 hours a day.
Elementary schools for another source says the school blonde operating a finish hours long but sometimes
Use PlanFinal discussion of keeping seventh was designed for 1,01ft?' roller. require 14 hours a day, five The jobs are close to
grade students in those students. days a week, said Tena. Jacksonville and Tena said
centers rather than tran- Casey said the intent wouldbe 'Tena Marshall said she is she is able to be at home each
sporting them to Bradford to fill in the "natural gaps"in used to the stares after a year Tena receives the same payas night and relies on her baby
hearing on Starke's Mutch local assistance, Middle School. Each meeting age levels that have oc- and a half on the job with a man finish roller operator sitter to see that her children
comprehensive land use plan planner with the North/ will begin at 7:30: p.m. in the curred in the school. A low in Warren Construction Co. of ranging from 3.70 to 3.90 an get to and from school.
will be held at 7 p.m. tonight Central Florida Regional individual schools. grades 6 and 7 and Increasing Jacksonville. Originally from hour. "It's good money,"
(Thursday May 19)) in the Planning Council, will explainthe Casey said each of the numbers of children coming Virginia, Tena 27, has County Commission room of map and answer outlying schools is under into the school system has background of 42 years boys 5 and 10 years old she co-ordinator and
the new courthouse. questions.The enrolled at the present time occurred, overloading the two construction work In her said they take her job in saCety'director said '
for Warren
first hearing, held May schools in family. She said her father stride. "It is them ;
with the smallest 6 and 7 elementary Starke, ordinary to "
Purpose of the hearing is to 5, attracted a large number of grades in the past several said Casey. allowed her to go to job sites but their friends think it is Tena does a "very fine job.
give citizens of Starke a interested citizens whose sug- years.Casey's. The sixth grades have and ride the machinery as a wild" said Tena. He explained she had par-
second and final opportunity gestions were noted, althoughno proposed moves remained at Hampton and child. ticipated in rough roller
to discuss the plan, ask changes were made in the would shift seventh graders in Brooker,and were returned to On graduation from college "Warren Brothers asked me training and finish operator
questions, and request map at that time. Tomlinson Brooker, Hampton and Lawtey Southside and Starke Tena said she taught one yearIn to work with them when they training and has diploma
if desired. took over a job I was workingon from each course.
changes, expressed hope that tonight'shearing Lawtey back to their home Elementary the school year elementary school but "
Tena said. have
would draw an found it too confining and They
eq- schools, relieving the middle beginning fall 1976. "All the men with Warrenare
The will be l hired other
hearing con- two women since
doors work.
audience. preferred out of
ually large .
ducted by the City Planning school. Starke sixth graders The school board voted last then, but both have quit, she fantastic" guys to work
Committee with J.E. Among the major problemsthat would be shifted back to the. year to spend $133,424 to build Road paving in Florida is added. with, said Tena. She said
middle school, to relieve almost around work Finish roller Tena they have never hassled her
Tomlinson as chairman. Sam have surfaced so far Is nine portable classrooms to year operator
the situation on West MadisonSt. currently overloaded Starke furnish space for the sixth ,Tena said. The only days they Marshall waits while 250 When asfeed if there were and concluded she would .
where the placement of a Elementary and Southside graders that were shifted cannot work is when the degree asphalt Is poured on other jobs Mor women in probably "stay with that kind I
:J uatun YicrI Elementary.The temperature is below 40 US-301. work Tena of job for a while." i I
r convenience store in a prej- back to the three schools. This construction
__ ,, "domlnantly "residential 'area shift would keep 24 year's expenditure would be .9 :, t '. *
students at v
/ has complicated efforts of the Lawtey, bringing for two or three portables if
that enrollment close to the
committee to the move is approved.The .
planning
II 330 pupil Brooker
capacity.
I prevent commercial further construction expansion of in would keep 19 students, well shift for the seventh Casey Proposes ProgramFor

I that area. below the capacity of 180 grade would have to be approved -
pupils. Hampton 34, bringing by the federal court
The proper placement of that enrollment up to around just as the sixth grade shift.
mobile homes to keep them 175 still below the 210 capacity Casey said the school systemis
\ from depreciating the value of for the center, said Casey. under a zone method and

conventional type homes, and The current middle scnool exceptions to that must be Available $430,588 r
I the traffic hazard presentedby enrollment Is 715 pupils. approved by the federal courtin
the threat of too much com- Retention of the seventh Jacksonville. The court ,
merical "strip zoning" along graders at outlying schools would have to determine that
U.S. 301 are other problemsthat would reduce that figure by such a shift indicated no Superintendent Tom Casey County School Board for its was not in effect. The school to life funds that will cost '
Thursday, May 19 must be addressed. about 80 students. discriminatory motivation. submitted to the Bradford consideration Monday, May board saved about $800 per about $15,000.Approved .
16, a list of needs that could be day when the teachers rejected two projects for
Bradford Hospital covered by $430,500 in the salary proposal in the development of exemplary (
Board Meeting House Unrealistic Says Williamsmore available funds August 1976 until it became environmental education at a
7:30pm.: Rep The $430,500 would come effective Dec. 13. cost of $4,712.Heard .
., told the board the
Casey
the status of the
from some new money and I
Starke Land Use Plan It's a hard life for a conser- committee. That committeewill psyche people out. They're taxes, yet they want from money earmarked for $143,000 for basic skills l high school phases 45. Re-
County Commission' Room vative trying to stand against have to trim the budget or getting all they can since it more services."I projects for the 1976-77 budget development was "one of the ordering of replacement
7:30p: .m. spending more money than find sources of income to fundit Isn't an election year. Then that have not been most important, if not the carpet for four rooms would
taxes will raise, says Dist 25 Williams pointed out. they'11 sail by next year with a reply that the day of year completed, said Casey. most important move toward delay final approval until
Annual Rep Frank Williams of his But the House has been 'no new tax' stand, Williams promises is over." They have to the education accountability around the second week in ,
Senior Football Spring Game ninth session of the Florida irresponsible, in Williams' states. be realistic, Williams says. Funds available are $22,000 act" June, according to Craig

a Legislature."It's opinion, by approving a The House taxing position, in earned interest, $4,500 The program would begin Salley, the school architect.
.p.m.Friday spending plan but not a funding A contradiction exists at established Tuesday in a 71-44 indirect costs, $144,000 capital July 1, 1977 and end around
the most unusual it."What. home too, the Starke legislator (Williams dissenting) approval outlay and $132.000 in the June 30 of the following year I
session of the Legislature I've most of the poli- says. People at home tell of an amendment by general fund balance. Casey and would involve 180 peoplefor 2nd '
May 20 ever spent," he says. ticians are trying to do is Williams they are tired of Rep. Steve Pajcic, D-Jackson- said these funds were set 100 hours, Casey said. The SuspectArrested
Disney-- Williams voted against the ville, which providedAn : aside for projects and he is program would include six
one-penny increase in the to these tems. working closely with
now trying get
Grad Nit state sales tax passed Wainwright Is Official increase in the sales completed before the end of parents to plan what students In
,I Buses leaving at Tuesday by the Florida tax from 4 to 5 cents. It the budget year. would take in school and
7p.m.from BHS House. The Bradford established a new scale for tax developing basic skills.
AuditoriumSaturday representative also voted collections so that, for in- Hampton CaseThe
Money that was not includedin Proposed! capital outly
the $58 billion stance of
against 2 cents
,
ap- payment
LCI Superintendent the that is would be
budget availableis
,May 21 expenditures second of
three
i propriations bill the House starts at 18 cents instead of 26. suspectsin
$68,399 insurance settle- covered walkways at BHS and connection with
also passed Tuesday. a burglary
LAWTEY ACTIVITY DAY Terming the House James T "Cobble" -Elimination of the ment on RJE and $60,000 that BMS with a low estimate of of the National Protein
Ball Games Start ding plan "unrealistic spen- Wainwright was officially municipal utilities tax on the was not spent for teachers $47,100 and a high of $57,300, Company was arrested
At 1:30Dinner: first 750 kilowatt hours of salaries for the 80 working resurfacing and new hard surface '
Williams opposes it because named Tuesday superin- Tuesday, May 17, leaving one
5:30HoeDown : the $5.8 million bills is some tendent of the Lawtey .yrrl 1 electricity. That would save a days in which the salary boost area at Bradford High suspect still at large.
7 p.m. $300 million over the amountof Correctional Institute wherehe Starke resident $2.11 per School for tennis track gym
ri
Proceeds For t month. parking and class parking; Johnny Dewayne Spencer I
taxes the House has voted. has served as acting < .Msr
Bradford Middle School 20, of Starke, was arrested
Little I League ,
The spending bill is set up superintendent since July -Reduction of the inven- Flower Vote entrance and park and play Tuesday bv Bradford County
some $500 million over last tory tax on business and industry Deputy Don Denton for the I
STARKE ELEMENTARYPTO area; parking at Hampton,
The additional of 1976.A Y..Y
penny ,
FUN DAY year. from 25 percent to 10 Vo-Tech, Southside Starke, break-in at the Hampton
sales tax will raise $370 lifetime resident of
percent, providing $22.5 AppearanceMisleading and administrationand business last August 22. ,
SE Playground Lawtey
million, but the House also Lawtey, Wainwright, 50.
million tax relief.Elimination Assorted tools valued at 1
to a play area at Lawtey.The more
1 4
p.m.
voted $85 million in tax reliefto began working in the prison
taken
low for surface than $100 were in that
only,
electric users in cities ($39 system in 1958 as a masonry of the sales break-In. I
RAIFORD FIELD DAY million) and in tax relief for instructor at Florida State tax on fuel and energy used in would be $28,756 and limerockand

1 p.m. business and industry ($46.3)) Prison.- He was promoted to manufacturing, a $23,8 million Appearances weren't what surface $59,296. David Gary Hunter, 20 of .
B-B-Q Dinner million net tax. maintenance and construction break designed to aid in luring they seemed in the 3-2 vote Casey recommended a Starke, will face trial for that 1
Ball Games, PrlluProc.eds That leaves increase of in 1965 and beganas industry to Florida.
an supervisor Charles Francis received on minimum order of six buses or offense on Julyll. The third
for BallfieldMonday $250 million, still some $333 the first chief correctional The Senate two bouquets from Bradford a maximum of 10 ranging suspect ,George Me-
spending plan,
million short of balancing the counselor at the Lawtey while Is still '
however is much school board members from $84.955 to a high of Clenaghan being'I'
May 23 $5.8 billion spending bill. center when it opened in June conservative, than the House more in the hospital recovering $142,000. the purchase of two sought on a warrant issued 'j

Jr.Women's Club Williams pointed out in a 1973. appropriations bill, Williams from open heart surgery. to three portable classroomsto last December 29... Spencer 1'
and Stark Police telephone conversation says. He's hopeful the House- School Board Member be used at Lawtey, Hampton was arrested when he returned -
showing film Tuesday night that the House At that time Lawtey Senate conference committeewill Vernon Parmenter says when and Brooker if the seventh to Bradford County' ,"'
"Rap Crimes passed the tax package and Community Vocational Center .---. -- trim the spending bill he asked that flowers be sent grade is shifted to those after being out of state. He ;
Against Women"At appropriations bill by housed about 100 Inmates on James T. Wainwright down to within the state's to Francis it was found that centers. Included was $9,000 was released on his own '
Clubhouse coupling it with the tax relief work release programs and Superintendent income. Senate Dean Demp- Board Members Art Hollidayand returned to Head Start for recognizance. 1'.
Refreshments measures. vocational training. The first sey Barron blasted the penny Pat Spengler had alreadysent money spent on RJE. In a second arrest May 17. I:
FreeTuesday superintendent ,of the expanded foot high perimeter fence anda hike in sales tax, following flowers on their own. Alton C. Foss, of Alachua, was i t
life of I can't
"For the me All projects using the low arrested for of
facility was Wilson That left the other three board possession an
prison Industries factory House of the sales
understand the logic of in- passage estimates would be $336,400 or in Andrews rafter
illegal drug
Drugs
,May !4Dyal Bell who transferred to Wainwright, brother of tax. Barron Is the most out- members. Arthur Gasksins,
and
sales tax
a estimated
creasing penny Lantana Correctional Centerin J.T. Parrish, and himself to $94,000 under the filling a bogus prescrip-
Louie \
still claiming to give tax L. Wainwright, spoken critic of the sales tax unencumbered funds the
,
high tion. ,
June 1976. secretary of the Department increase. send flowers on their own,
CemeteryAssociation Williams."It .
relief says Parmenter said.Parmenter estimate of $444,300 would be Foss was arrested shortly
of Offender Rehabilitation, p
Meeting "The House just went wild," $13,800 over before noon by Wiley Clark I.
said ,
doesn't make The 60 board
County Commission just sense acre site expanded underwent hip surgery at Williams said after ,
All they're doing is during the 197S-76 sessions of In Monday'ssession members were polled and investigator for the county
Room, Courthouse to me. Alachua General Hospital in which the House The board postponed action j
swapping pockets." the Florida Legislature" Gainesville Monday, May 16. Mrs. Spengler expressed no state attorney's office. He had t
2p.m.m first defeated the sales tax In- on the proposal for discussionat to fill 4
Williams the added eight-60 dor He for 4-6 interest in sending flowers attempted a pre-
says man Is expected to be out
crease. The' House 5 p.m. June 6, prior to a
legislators who voted for the mitories, a chapel, gatehouse, weeks. spending bill original came out of from the entire board since special meeting to open bids scription for Dilaudid, a painkiller r
appropriations bill have the space for medical, dental, Lawtey Is one of seven DOR committee $ISO million she and Holliday had alreadysent for roofing in the county.In :
llc Glommunlty! responsibility to fund it, which classification warehouse, facilities being expanded to anticipated over few flowers' It is a fact, Foss's bond was set at
laI' Dank the House has not done. The maintenance shop, firehouse major institutional status. dollars lees than revenue Gov., Reubln a Parmenter said, that Francis $1,500, but he is being held In
spending plan, a third of ,a a 100-man housing unit, a Four new institutions were Askew recommended. received two bouquets "but other business the board: the county jail for 10 days to
Acc_"Nw IMMNYp billion dollars from being kitchen-dining room complex, opened in 1976, one more 1s to there was no intent for it to be the Alachua. County Sheriff's
T...*.*..w balanced will now go to aHouseSenate an administration building, asewage open in 1977 and four more are The House tacked everything that way; I know there wasn't -Approved' a flammable Department may check for.a

P_"DeIt IMW Mil C FI conference treatment- plant, -,-,-a 12I scheduled in 1978. onto it," Williams said. on my part," Parmenter said. storage building! using safety 'possible.' c parole violation.r
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$1168,399 Insurance Settlement :
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Accepted For RJE] Fire DamageWithout -



discussion the years they occupied the setting up a long range ad- for the Vo-Tech school and a
Bradford County school board building visory group representingareas cosmetology chair dryers also
Monday night accepted an In- The board tabled a request in the community; for the Vo-Tech. The board
surance settlement of $08,349. from CUBB executive director cleaning up fire damage and because of the number of bids,
for damage resulting from the Mrs. Sally Nelson askingthe salvage materials using asked the bids be opened and
April 7 fire at KJK board to renovate the CETA workers; establish and evaluated by the staff and
The !settlement! from Slate existing three wings that improve play. area as handball presented at the special
Farm Insurance offered to the would\ remain after the courts; cooperate with meeting June 6. The board ,,
board was for 58 (percent of the damaged portion was city of Starke on recreation will open bids for the roofing t\\
dollar amount $1I7,6M( ) for the demolished The school has using CETA personnel; projects for county bids 7 p.m.
:2H! percent of the entire Facility been used for storage since itwas renovate one wing for Head at that meeting :Ac
that was destroyed Casey closed in 1969! followingthe Start; using portion of insurance -Authorized advertising 1 a4( 4.tI ligy
said i the: S-UO,<)MH> standing integration of schools. funds to renovate one for county-wide bids to repair :
value for the 21 year former Superintendent Tom Casey wing for BUAHC using rental and maintain typewriters
black high school l was less presented i to the board a list of money received; renovate -Approved a request of
halvaKable parts Chairman 13 proposals for the KJE three classrooms with cooper $332 to cover the cost of : 4
Arthur Gaskms! termed it "a facility although he agreed ation of Concerned Citizens of housing for 10 students to '
Hood settlement" The'ole with the board it would be Bradford County for a day attend the annual state FFA 1: :
was Ulwnimowlo.: difficult to insure. Gaskins care center. All three would convention in Tampa.Approved ;
The hoard also approved said he did not think there was have joint use of the cafeteriaand the 1977-78 %
luminously to give head Start anything left there to rebuild materials for the school calendar with school
$'IOIHIol< the insurance settle- and itould not be renovation would come from beginning August 29 and
niont that had In-en spent for economical removing two classrooms on ending June 9. One change'
supplies. r inpment| labor Along with a sketch of the middle wing, said Casey was made to allow November
and matenals, during I he! two possible uses Casey proposed Also proposed was utilizing 23 to be a holiday for all and
the middle wing for general adding June 14 as a teacher Bradford Middle School A Honor Roll students for the fifth Slu'rraIott.: Tina Best and Laura Oehler. In front are: Scot
community education and post planning day Spring sixth-week grading period are (1(I-rl>( Diane Bizier, Debra Craft and Dennis Chesser.
office space refurbish the holidays with coincide with Parmenter, Nancy Wallace Joey Herres Kathy Henderson
gym as rent money becomes the Bradford County Fair.
City Fish & Meat Market available and fencing the Following the regular
building area as money meeting the board went Into BMSFor
lOEarn A's At
607 E. BroMnlu. St. becomes The board available.postponed actionon labor executive negotiations session for to the begin up- Straight

964-8077 the propposal and Casey coming year. -
said he would do further study the fifth six weeks Laura Alexandra Oehler is Elise Chesser, Terrilyn Cone Vickie Genelle Nicula Kcgina<
between then and the next grading period that ended the seventh grade daughter of Debra Ann Griffis, Renee Rasnick. Shelly Kent
meeting. Mr and Mrs. Howard Oehlerof Chrisandra Louise Hamilton. Howe.Villiam\ Ernest Sea
HEAVY BEEF GI Bill April 26 at Bradford Middle
U.S. In other action the board: PaymentDate School eight of the 10 students Starke, Laura, 12, has beenon Carol Lucile. Ilildreth, Linda Vicky I Ellen: Sheffield. David
-Approved instructional were returning all A Honor the A-Honor Roll three Ann Hutchison. Brenda Lee Wayne Sparks. Angela (Hope/ !
CHUCK ROAST personnel appointments of ChangedA Roll members and two times this year and likes to limes, Jonathan David Starling/!, and I Deborah Joyic
C Sheila Conner, Janine Sellers students were added new swim. Johnson Melissa Ann Mayo Thorpe.
to the
and Becky Lynn Shockey and
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non-Instructional personnel change in GI Bill payment elite group. Deborah Lynn Parmenter
effective June 1, The straight-A students of Mr. and Mrs.
appointments of Donna procedures, 14, daughter
RIB OR BRISKET STEW Lb. Karah, Rosie Hudson and 1977, will bring checks at the represent 1.3 percent of the Vernon Parmenter of Hampton CLAY ELECTRIC
Geraldine Phillips It also end of the month rather thanat student body of 735. AHonorRoll has been on the A-Honor
FRESH GROUND BEEF approved leave applicationsfor the beginning to 1.5 million students are: Roll three times this year. &
Brenda Shinhoiser, one veterans, dependents and Tina Marie Best seventh Debra is in the eighth grade
year's leave and Phyllis H. service members enrolled in grade daughter of Mr. and and likes to swim and play PLUMBING SUPPLY
Mrs. Verl R. Best of Starke
Veterans Administration edu- softball.
PIG FEET Talley leave to, April extended 29 maternity cation programs. Tioa 13, has been on the A- Nancy Lea Wallace 13, is 1013 Blinding Blvd.
NECK BONES Received bids for furniture These and other changes Hdnor Roll twice this year and the seventh grade daughter of RIdIC wood Cringe Park
lbs. a keypunch machine are explained in a to she enjoys swimming bike Mr and Mrs Gerald L. Electric"Plumbing Supplies" Trailer Poles
PIG TAILS 3 1,000 combination locks for the be sent with April and Mav riding and gymnastics. Crawford\ of' Starke This is
high school, welding outfits checks, the VA stated Diane Yvonne Bizier, 13, Nancy's first time this year on Open?:30 to 5:00: Monday through Friday
PIG EARS / recently daughter of Mr. and Mrs the A-Honor Roll. She likes 8.OOtol:00 Saturday
Another June 1 change, Clermont Bizler of Starke. A horseback riding.
HOG MAWS / THKBKADFOKDCOUNTY brought about by law seventh grader, Diane has Students in the seventh .. Phone 269-1291 5 12 41p. e 2
;; TELEGRAPHPublished modifies an arrangementwhich been on the A-Honor Roll grade on the A-B Honor Roll
PORK LIVERS 0 0 three times this and she
every Thursday in the past automatically year are:
TURKEY NECKS $1 al 118\\'.Call Street gave trainees a two- enjoys collecting post cards Charles Jerome Brown,
Starke Florida 32091 month money advance at the and souvenirs. Vickie Lynn Carver, Lourdes SEAFOOD SPECIALSFRESH
PURE LARD 3 lb. Jar start of school. Dennis Michael Chesser is Maria Castaneda Nora May .
Second(lass postage paidat Ending of the prepayment the seventh grade son of Mr Culbert, Constance Marie SPECKLED
CUT SUNBEAM Starke FloridaSubscription system will have the most and Mrs. Willis E. Chesser of Davis Ronald Darren Davis ;1i
noticeable effect on veteran- Starke Dennis 11, has beenon Tamara Ilene Denton Sharon TROUT
PORK I Bates: students continuously enrolled the A-Honor Roll three Elizabeth Russell Teresa Ann s1o9LFRESH .
BREAD 3/IOC( lutradearea$7per: this summer. They will receive times this year and is a coin Harley Tammy Renee
CHOPSEND 89C year; $4 six months their last VA check collector. Hersey Sybil Janice Kelly. '
under the prepayment systemon James Scot Craft, 12, is the Paremellie Ethel Lajoie MEDIUM
Outside trade area: $8 May 1,covering enrollmentfor son of Mrs. James Craft of Regina Lynn McIntosh, Lori f' SHRIMP $269 lB.
Fttik Fish It Kvtlltkli per>earl: 30 six| months May. Starke. A seventh grader Scot Ann Lawson Mary Catherine
likes to make model airplanesand Martin, Lois Lynette Moore )
boats and has red to MEDIUM STONE
been on the
-- - Susan Jane Newman Lisa
KI PQP P P P P P P P P P P :- w..ii. ,A-Honor Roll twice this year. Ann Norman Randy Caesar cf: CRAB CLAWS $ !." ,
Marie ESCALLOPS
Kathy Henderson is Para do, Thomas Edward -
the eighth grade daughter of Powell David Morgan Sapp. -
Mr, and Mrs. Philip A, Lowellof Michael Ernest Southerland.
Planning a perfectWEDDING Starke Kathy 13, a first Robert Marion Starling and $2 LB
time student on the A-Honor Richard Lyle Trainor.
Roll this year enjoys horse- Eighth grade students on
Full Line Of Fresh
back riding. the A-B Honor Roll are: Fish & Seafood

i Joseph Michael Herres is Brian Keith Baldwin, -PRODUCE -
the eighth grade son of Mr. Charlene Mary Beam Patti .4'n' \
VINE RIPE \
RUSKIN
and Mrs Herb Herres of

Starke. Joey, 14, has been on Weather: More TOMATOES "
3L1'H 'Z
the A-Honor Roll twice this i '
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year and enjoys playing the
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piano, golf and swimming Same ; : FLA I .I

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Start At daughter of Mr and Mrs. weather forecast for Thur GA RIPE
Kenneth K. Mott of Kingsley sday through Saturday, according .
Lake. Sherra has been on the to the Florida PEACHES 3/aU ,\ 59CEA
A-Honor Roll three times this Forestry ServIce. .
year and likes to play the No appreciable rainfall is
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piano and water skI. expected for that period and FRESH LOAD OF SO FLA

temperatures are to be near WATERMELLONAVAILABLE

seasonal.The last recorded rainfall in
Office Shop HELP WANTED Bradford County was May 8.
,, when an average of 2 inches

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1 110 W. Call Starke 964.5764 = & Installation

Experience NecessaryFull Produce &

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counted more than 750 Seafood Market
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PERSONOF 1 .T.O.Fun Day Grade 4 Girls Mrs. 6, Lisa Lawson. 'Deathwork9
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County Public terminated March 1, 1977, in 21, 1-4 pm. it the Starke room. The Starke Woman's Club
c Health Nursing Advisory accordance with provisions of Elementary playground.. Grade 5 Girls Mrs. will be screening the vision of in the late 1940's, four men
gds Ii Council, Inc. since March 1 no the Social Security Act. There will be fun and Adkinson's room; Boys, Mrs. our students in first and third actually were electrocuted in
longer participates in the No payment will be made by recreational activities for the Adkinson's room; Overall 5th grade to find if the children one day in Florida's prison.
Health Insurance for the Aged the Medicare program for entire family. Awards will be grade winner, Mrs. Adkin have any type of visual "Deathwork" is only the
and Disabled Program (Title home health services fur- given and refreshments pro son's room. problem which needs to be first of four novels McLendonis
18 of the Social Security Act), nished to patients whose planof vided. Grade 6 Girls Mrs. corrected.The combining in a series he
according td* Mrs. W.B. treatment is established on Everyone is cordially invited Baker's room; Boys Mrs. calls "Sun Quartet" carryingout
r Mundy, president. or after March 1, Mrs. Mundy to attend the "Fun Day"on Crawford's room; Overall 6th three sixth grade a theme involving four
says. May 21. grade winner Tie between classes at Starke Elementary stages of freedom. This includes
Agreement between the For parlents whose plan of Mrs. Baker's room and Mrs. spent Friday, May 6 at Six a tale entitled "Eddie
____ Bradford County Public treatment Is established P.E. Crawford's room. Gun Territory The following Macon's Run" narrating the
.f Health Nursing Advisory before March 1, 1977 no Grades K-2 also participated people served as chaperonesfor escape of a prisoner from
4 { ,a"W Council Inc. and the payment will be made for The children in grades 3-6 in a track meet, but no the day: Mrs. Reddish, confinement, and his sub-
Secretary of Health services furnished after Dec. have just completed their unit room winners were announced Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Crawford, sequent flight into Mexico.
Education, and Welfare was 31, 1977. in Track by participating in an Mrs. Garrison, Mrs. Wat-
l intramural track meet terson Miss Donna Prevatt, "Eddie Macon" has also
Winning Classes were: P.E.StudentsOf Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Culverson, met with
within success even before
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Mrs. Francis Rehberg Mrs.
William.... Feather completion, having been
income
room; Boys, Mrs. Gwen Hammond Mrs. Janice optioned from outline bv
Redding's room; Overall 3rd Grade 3, Keith Gillingham. Thornton, Kevin Minton, Mrs. movie producer Frank
grade winner, Mrs Reddmg's Grade 4, Stanley Brown. Theresa Willingham Mrs. Rosenberg for a possible '"
FRANKIE CREWS THIS WEEK'S FEATURE room. Grade 5, David Reichert Phyllis McCray, Mrs. Earle feature film."Deathwork.
Mrs. Magyri Mrs. Slitt Mrs.
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Frank! is the son of the Ute Mr. and Mrs. Louis which has
Crews. He Is a senior at Bradford High School where he VIENNA & FRENCH MIKE MITCHELL '" "n9tzs received the second highest
participates In the work program. Frank! enjoys all 6 / sub-rights ever given by 1
sports and he wrestled and ran track and cross-country JAR HEYL LINCOLN INC. Lippincott since its founding
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an employ for tbs years. At present he holds the LOAF 2201 N. Main St. Gainesville Flarrrerm c ? acquired by Bantam Books for
position of Swing Manager and says he enjoys his work I paperback publication with a
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work and served six months in
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come. These carpetsare father who retired from the
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_ OBITUARIES First Baptist Church



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF INVITATION TO BID Street Starke Florida, 32091 CORRECTION! Jacksonville office for over 10

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- Sealed bids and/or quota. doing business under the firm The Telegraph erred In its years. He was a charter 100th YearThe
CUT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR tions will be received in the name of "F & F CAR CARE May 12 edition in listing the member of the Gainesville Celebrates

BRADFORD COUNTY. office of the Administrator, CENTER" Route 3, Box 325 surviving sons of the late Civitan Club and a member of
CASE NO. Bradford County Hospital. 922 Starke Bradford County, Aaron A. Sumner. the First United Methodist

East Call Street, P.O. Box 1060, Florida 32091 intends to registersaid The five sons are David Church of Starke. First Baptist Church of a special remberance of the First Baptist 62 Church Mrs.; Charles

IN RE: The Marriage of Starke. Florida 32091 until 5:00: fictitious name under the Sumner and Clyde Sumner, Survivors include his wife, Starke celebrated its Cen- day. Cooper, years; George
Eva ) Anderson
DOROTHY FULLER 19 for provisions of foresaid statue. both of Starke Louise Renner his mother end of the morning ( Epperson so
p.m., May 1977 furnishing a ; Clarence ; tennial Sunday, May 15, with At the William Epperson
Wife/Petitiooor, the following suppliesand Fred Phillips, Sr. and Fred Sumner of Lake City, and Carl Mrs. Elizabeth Branch of day long festivities Including a service a time capsule containing years; brother to Mrs. 59

and or services, f.o,b. the Brad Phillips, joint owners. and Clayton Sumner, both of Wilmington, N.C.; a daughter, dinner, morning and evening copies of all types' of years, Mrs. Oscar Anderson
ROBERT STANLEY FULLER ford County Hospital: Dated this 19m day of May, Ft. Meade. Mrs. Phyllis Hauver of Port worship services for over 600 church records, literature, ; (Edith)

Husband/Respondent. Bread and rolls. A.D. 1977 at Starke, Florida. The Telegraph sincerely Tobacco, Maryland; a son, people.The hymn books and membershiplists Andrew 58 58 years; Mrs.Mrs. G.H.
Eggs. 5/19 4tpd 6/9 regrets the error. Baldwin Renner of Ahoskie, church education was placed underneath a Bennett, years; L.A.'

NOTICE OF SUIT- Fuel Oil. -The Editor N.C.; two half-brothers, J.T. building helped carry out the portion of the church. The (Mona Alderman) Canova, 56'
NO PROPERTY Insurance.Laundry IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Branch Jr. of Gainesville and theme of 100 with fiberglass covered capsule is years; Mrs. Blanche

and Unen. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Mrs. Sara Hope llolliday. 61 Hugh Branch of Wilmington, bulletin boards and years a display to be opened in 50 years, the (Alderman) Otto, 56 years;

TO: ROBERT STANLEY Medical and Industrial Gases. FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- Mrs. Sara Hope Holliday, N.C.; a sister, Mrs. Neva cabinet of old church records year 2027.Speakers. Mrs. C.A. (Clara "May"
FULLER 1037 Plaza Serena, Welding Supplies and FORD COUNTY. 61, of 304 South Water Street, Gibbins of Ft. Myers, five and photographs.Mrs. for the worship Sheppard) Knight, 56 years,

Ontario, California 91764. Equipment.Milk CASE NO 77-183 Starke,' died Thursday grandchildren and one great- A. Russell Norman services included two former Lois "Lewis" Newmans, 56
and Ice Cream. CIVIL ACTIONIn evening, May 12, after a long grandchild. helped gather the pictures and pastors Rev. Lewis Haines years; Mrs. E.B. (Eunice

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthan Pharmacy and Drugs. re: The matter of the adoptionof illness. Funeral services were held items shown and is currently and Rev. Leslie Shepherd. Perkins) Searing, 56 years,

an action for Dissolution of Respiratory Therapy Services. DONALD WAYNE BEEMANand Born June 22, 1915 in Tuesday afternoon. May 17 in seeking more church history Rev. Haines, now of One Wiggins, 55 years; and

Matrim ony has been filed Estimated needs or amountsare RICHARD PAUL BEEMAN, Fairburn, Georgia, Mrs. the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel to compile a written record of Altamonte Springs and North Mrs. Paul (Ethel Moore)

agacns- /ou and you are requiredto available upon request from Plaintiff Holiiday taught in the with Rev. George L. Harper the church and its part in the Carolina was pastor from Raymond, 55 years.

serve a copy of your written the office of the Administrator.Bids vs Bradford County school and Dr. Kenneth Rogers officiating i- history of Bradford County. 1944-1960 and served the

defenses, if any, to it on J.J. will be opened during the Defendant. system for several years. She Burial was to follow at Many of the members church the longest period of
WOLBERT. JR., Attorney for regular meeting of the Board of NOTICE OF SUIT- was a member of the First a later date. In lieu of flowers, dressed in old-fashioned time of any pastor in the Former members who

Petitioner, whose address is 142 Trustees 7:00: p.m. on May 19, NO PROPERTYTo United Methodist Church. She donations may be made to the clothing and hand fans history of the church. joined in the early years of the

West Call Street P.O. Box 1086 1977. The Bradford County was the daughter of the late American Cancer Society donated by DeWitt C. Jones Rev. Shepherd was pastor church 1906-1921 were:
Hospital Corporation DONALD WAYNE Dr. O.L. Haynes Sr., a long Mrs. L.U. (Zona Genans
Starke, Florida 32091, and file reserves : Funeral Home brought back from 1937-1939 during a time )
the to and all STAFFORD Address time Starke dentist added Morgan, Sr. of Ocala who
the original with the Clerk of the right reject any !\Irslena Townsend 82 memories of church before air when the church an
above.styled Court on or before bids and/or quotations or to Unknown. Survivors include her conditioning. annex to provide additional joined in 1906; Emma Darby
waive any minor technicality or YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat husband, Arthut N. (Doc) the Chalker, 1910, now of
May 25, 1977 otherwise a judgment Mrs. Lena J. Townsend, 82, During morning worship space.During
for The Holliday of Starke memberof Gainesville Frances
informality in the bids or quota an action adoption a service S.L. Peek the morning service : Darby
be entered a
againstyou
may of Starke died Tuesday gave
tions received. DONALD WAYNE BEEMAN the Bradford County School to Maguire, 1920, of GainesvilleMrs.
for the relief demanded in 17 in the history of the church with recognition was given
morning.tay
the Petition. Bradford County Hospital AND RICHARD PAUL BEEMANhas Board; a son Arthur L. Starke Nursing, Home highlights from his own life visitors and special members. Raymond (Gussie Mae
Corporation been filed and Holliday of Lake City; a Bennett) Boree, 1921
WITNESS my hand and the against you following a lengthy illness. that delighted the audience. Members still attending of
you are required to serve a copyof daughter Sara Hope Holliday Each recognized were: Mrs. Dea Jacksonville; Mrs. Free Wynn
family
seal of said Court on the 26th Born June 12. 1894 in Iowa, was given a
4/28 518NOTICE written defenses, if Effrain of Jacksonville her Duncan, 1918 of
; in
day of April, 1977. 4tchg your any Mrs. Townsend moved to Centennial booklet of church Weeks Wilson, baptized Gainesville
to it, on the plaintIff's mother, Mrs. 0 L. Haynes Sr. and Miss Elise C. Jones
GILBERT S. BROWN AS attorney Starke from Atlanta eight history compliments of Ar- 1909 is the oldest living 1922
OF INTENTIONTO whose name and address is Starke; a brother, Dr. OL cher-Tanner Funeral Home member still attending the of Gainesville.will .
CLERK OF SAID COURT. She memberof as
was a
REGISTER GEORGE H. PIERCE, Esquire, Haynes Jr. of Starke; a sister, years ago.
By: s/BULEAH MOODY FICTITIOUS NAME P.O. Drawer 1030, Starke. Mrs. Georgia K. Scanlan of the First United Methodist

DPputy Clerk. Pursuant to Section 865 09 Florida 32091 and file the original Starke and two grandchildren Church
FIRST PUBLICATION: April 28, Annual Old-Fashioned Set
Survivors include her Day
Florida Statutes, notice is with the clerk of the above .
1977. hereby given that the under styled court on or before June Funeral services were held husband. Homer W. Town- I

PUBLISH: 4/28 4tchg 5/19 signed Willis L. McCallum Rt 1, 20th, 1977: Otherwise a Saturday afternoon. May 14, send, six daughters: Mrs.

NOTICE Box 437, Starke Florida 32091 judgement may be entered in the First United Methodist Violet W. Crosby of Starke Sunday At Pine level BaptistThe

doing business under the firm against you for the relief demanded Church with the pastor, Rev. Mrs Gladys Glisson of
INVITATION TO BID
name of "MAC'S AUTORECONDITIONING" in the complaint or George L. Harper, officiating Keystone Heights, Mrs. Grace be
CUBB Economic Agency, Inc. will be old- also presented to the
411 S. peititon Burial was in Crosby Lake Lowber of Monroe, Pine Level Baptist church. There
Starke, Florida Washington Mrs Elena Church will celebrate its fashioned congregationalsinging person who brings the oldest
Walnut Street Starke, Bradford WITNESS my hand and the Cemetery with DeWitt C. Bible.
proposes to sponsor a Summer County, Florida 32091, intendsto seal of said Court on May 10th, Jones Funeral Home in Prichard Ridgefield Conn., annual Old-Fashioned Day using the favorite, old
Food Service Program for register said fictitious name 1977. charge of arrangements. Miss Clair Nell Townsend of this Sunday, May 22. hymns requested by the As a special treat during the

Children and purchase approximately under the provision of aforesaid GILBERT S. BROWN, As Clerkof In lieu of flowers, donationsmay Atlanta and Mrs. Hazel In addition to the regular congregation.Also morning worship service
1000 unitized statute. said Court. be made to the First Collins ox Jenkmsburg, Sunday School hour at 10 a.m. during the afternoon beginning at 11 a m.. the

packaged lunches each weekdayfor Willis L. McCallum, owner By: Marion McRae As Deputy United Methodist Church or to Georgia grandchildren and and the morning worship service, the yough choir of congregation will hear.
a period of about 38 days 13 at there Pine Level Baptist Church, "voices from the past' including
Dated this 29th day of April Clerk. the American Cancer Society. great-grandchildren. service 11 a.m., will
delivered to 15 SItes. Procurement Funeral be dinner on the grounds at "Victory Voices" will be taped greetings from
.
A D. 1977 at Starke, Florida. 5/19 4tchg 6/9 services were held
is subject to Federal 4/284tchg 519NOTICE this morning (Thursday, May 12:30: p.m. followed by a pie singing several songs, each former pastor of Pine
regulations and Florida NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Ernest P. Rennet 72 19)) in t the First United judging and whistling and hog followed by a timely messageby Level Baptist Church
specifications as administeredby OF INTENTIONTO Notice Ernest P. Renner, 72. of Methodist Church with the calling contest. the pastor. Rev. Roman A great day of fellowship
is hereby given that I I.
the Florida Department of REGISTER Starke died Saturday mor Kev Alvarez. and spiritual blessing is an
pastor, George L.
DOLPH E.
REDDISH sheriff
as
Education. FICTITIOUS NAME of Bradford County Florida ning.. May 14 in Bradford Harper, officiating. Burialwas Beginning at 2 p.m. a ticipated by the congregationThe
,
Contact Mrs. Mary Sue Ram County Hospital after an is encouraged to public is cordially invited
Pursuant to Section 86509 under and by virtue of Writ of in Townsend Cemeterynear special afternoon service is Everyone
Post Office Drawer 970, Starke, Florida Statutes. notice is Execution, to-wit extended illness. Hawthorne with DeWitt planned which will include attend in old.fashioned attire. to join with the church for un)

Florida, 32091. Telephone 964- hereby given that the undersigned Execution issued\ out: of County Born Jan 11. 1905 in Los C. Jones Funeral Home in special music by duets, trios An award will be presented to or all of these special eventson
6696 for detailed solicitation, Angeles California MrKenner dressed. An award Sunday. \May 22
Micky Ballard 1610 W. Court of Seminole County charge of arrangements soloists and a quartet from theThanks the best
menus and specifIcations. Madison St., Apt. 1-1, Starke. was a special agent .
Submit bids by 4:30: p.m. June Florida, 32091, doing business Florida pursuant to a Final for the Independent Life Insurance :::::- :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : : ::::::::
Judgement for Hidi Construe
7. 1977. Bids will be opened under the firm of Company in the ; i.
name tion, Inc. and against Jack W. j Curd 01 f Prison Cliuphi in To Address
June 8, 1977. Envelope shouldbe "MICKEY'S GULF SERVICE" ','..
Southard defendant the
in "
markpd Lunch Bid. 2163 N. Temple Avenue Starke, amount of $,546.00 togetherwith Lcgals ;'rx.X:::::: -:::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Bu sineHsnien
Itchg 5'19 Bradford County. Florida, of collection. Gospel!> !>
:32091. intends to register said costs The family of \Mrs Hope We would like to express
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR ficticious name under the Have seized and the have in my against you for the relief Holiiday wishes to thank the heartfelt thanks for the many

BRADFORD COUNTY provision of aforesaid statue. described possession following demanded in the Petition. many friends and relatives for prayers for our son and acts of Florida State Prison Longnecker 473-270.2. Don
FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISIONFile Mickey Ballard owner. personal property town WITNESS my hand and the their acts of kindness, food kindness shown us by family Chaplain Austin Brown will be Wilson. 418.22( ; or the Garden

Number Dated this 19th day of May, : seal of this Court on the 16th day prayers, flowers and and friends. Special thanks to guest speaker at the monthly Restaurant, 9b4,7358.

.Division A.D. 1977 at Starke, Florida. 1970 Ford of May 1977. remembrances during her Rev Jerry Milton of Grace dinner meeting of the Starke !No; reservations, are
Country Squire
1lN, RE: ESTATE OF 5/19 4tchg 6/9 Station Wagon I I.D. No. sickness and passing.. Baptist during the recent ill- Chapter of the Full Gospel required to hear the speaker
.HAROLD K. NORMAN, OE76Y257473As GILBERT S. BROWN, As Clerk \ A.N. Holhday ness and hospitalization of our Businessmen Fellowship who will begin at 7 p m.
Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO of Said Court and family son, Dougie. }
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME By: Marion McRae Deputy Pat, Peggy & Dennis Glover International Saturday. !May The public is invited 1 to
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO Pursuant to Section 865.09 the property of the above Clerk. 28, at 6 p.m. at the Garden attend this meeting to hear
named defendant and that on 5/19 6/9 Starke.Heservations Brown tell how lie
ALL PERSONS HAVING Florida Statutes notice is here 4tchg Restaurant in 'haplain
Tuesday the 31st day of May
by that the undersigned are requiredfor became a prison Chaplain and
given : :
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS ctI.cH .
1977 at twelve o'clock Noon
Douglas and Brenda FertIg. Rt. on I : the dinner portion and maybe the circumstances that led up
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE ; SER'V'ICES: : :I
said
day on the of the
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS 1. Box 12, Starke Florida Bradford County premises Jailyard I will made by calling Ed to this period in his life
32091, doing business under the AIM I'AKKBP11ST '
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: offer for sale and sell to the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH PINE: GROVEMETHODIST
firm name of "D & B FEED AND tllLKCII I IRev.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat fllLKCII
highest bidder for cash in hand, Kev. Ben
Bryant
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FARM SUPPLY, 1005 South O.I). Brooks
the administration of the Rev lien L. C'olemanSUNDXY ..
the above described of Sl'NO9:45 .
property : am, -
estate of HAROLD K. NOR. Water Street Starke, Bradford Orange Street County Agents
said defendant to satisfy the Sunday School 11 a.m., By
County Florida, 32091, intendto
MAN deceased File Number aforesaid Execution. 1IorninWorship./ Lord's : : Sunday School,
is pending in the Circuit Court register said fictitious name DOLPH E. REDDISH Sheriff, SI U.Sunday: School 10 Supper, Church Training, 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship Bobby
for Bradford County, Florida under the provisions of aforesaid Bradford County Florida amVorship; Service 11a 7:30: p.m., Evening Worship 11 am; Evening Services, Notebook \.

Probate Division, the address of statute. 5/5 4tchg 5/26 m.; Evening Worship 7pm. ;\10107:; ,. p.m., Youth 7:30: p.m. Taylor "_
Douglas and Brenda Fertig \\ : : ;
which is Bradford County Courthouse IU"JoSUAPrayer: TIlUItSDAPrayer
Starke, Florida joint owners. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Service 7pmAI.IKNCIIXPKL. Choir. Meetin, 7-OTp: ( m I hone: !H>.I-BJHO ":xt. JO't) J: iJ
The personal representative of Dated this 31st day of March.A BRADFORD COUNTY. TUESDAY : Scheduled C C C of bee kill are also -greatest:
the estate is Loon M. Norman D. 1977 at Starke Florida. FLORIDA -S--S Group Activities PINE LEVEL BAPTIST May is probably the most then.

whose address is Route 1. Box 5/19 4tpd 619NOTICE CIVIL ACTION WEDNESDAY:' : 6:15: and REV. ROMAN: ALVAREZ satisfying month of the year At harvest time gardeners
108 florida. The CASE NO. 77.190 : : 6:45: p.m., Regular Wed- SUNDAY Sunday School for our vegetable gardeners. may be looking for fruits as"l'lI
Lawtey name
A.:M K.: IILIUII
and address of the personal OF INTENTIONTO "The nesday C Night e Activities.HKhT Ce. 10 a.m.; Worship service, 11 While harvesting also occurs as vegetables in the vegetable -
representative's attorney are set REGISTER IN RE: The Marriage of Friendly Church" a.m.; Choir Practice 5:30: in other months, most garden Almost all parts
7 It Pine St Starke
forth below. FICTITIOUS NAME LOUIS E. ATCHISON, III, pm.; Bible Study, 6:30: p.m.; vegetables grown in home vegetable plants are con
All persons having claims or Pursuant to section 866.09 Husband Kvv. H.Ci. Ili-astie. Pastor-: PRESBYTERIAN Evening Worship 7 p m. gardens reach the edible stage sumed as food with the fruit

demands against the estate are Florida Statutes notice is here and ChURCh WEDNESDAY:' : Teachers in May. Thus, all the toils of of the plant being the most

required. WITHIN THREE by given that the undersigned REBECCA K. ATCHISON, Wife Sl'U.Sunday; School I Dr.Jack Hand minister Meeting, 7 p.m.; Mid-Week land preparation and planting important in many instances
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF Lawrence Mosley Rt. 2 Box 50, 9:30 a.m.. Morning Worship, Service, 7:30: p.m. ; Choir finally pay off providing the The most common vegetables

THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF Starke, Fla. 32091 doing NOTICE OF SUIT llam Evening Worship, 5 SUNDAY: Sunday School Practice 8:30: p.m. gardener has done his job producing edible fruits are

THIS NOTICE, to file with the business under the firm name of! TO: REBECCA K. ATCHISON pm.least, 7 first JO Sunday only: love 9:30: a m.; Morning Worship. THURSDAY : Visitation, well. It is not the time tomato. eggplant pepper.

clerk of the above court a "B.F. GOODRICH TIRE C/O MRS. JESSIE SMITH first Sundav: p m. Friday before llam. 7:15: p.m. however, to let down the cucumber, pumpkin squash,

written statement of any claimor CENTER," U S. 301 North. POST OFFICE BOX 58 ---- THURSDAY : Choir SATURDAY : Bus guard Attention must be melons okra peas, beans

demand they may have. Each Starke Fla. 32091, intends to GREENWOOD SOUTH CAIVUtt. U.\J>TIST practice, 7:30: pmGRACE visitation, 9 am.C given watering, weeding. and sweet corn. With all of
claim must be in writing and register said fictitious name CAROLINA 29646 ('IIL'IU'IIJim I C C C and controlling an assortmentof these vegetables, transfer of

must indicate, the basis for the under provisions of aforesaid Black, Pastor pests and predators intent pollen from male to female
claim the name and address of statute. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat C C C- ST.1\1ARK'S EPISCOPALRev. upon reaping their own parts of the flower (called

the creditor or his agent or Lawrence Mosley, owner an action for Dssolution of Sl'I1.Sunday; School. BAPTIST CIIL'RCIIlligh .John Flynn harvest. pollination) is required beforean
attorney. and the amount Dated this 13th day of May Marriage has been filed against : ay bOA South Some additional fertilizer edible fruit is produced.
A.D. 1977 at Starke, Florida. you and you are required to 9:4: > am. :Morning Worship Kev. may be needed particularly There are
claImed. If the claim is no. yet I llam. Evening Worship 7pm Jerry Milton Sl''IiD.8:30: : : a m.. Holy some exceptions
5/19/ 4tpd 69NOTICE serve a copy of your written for those vegetables still a few such as with parthenocarpicseedless
due, the date when it will become Eucharist, 945; a.m.,'Church
due shall be stated. If the defenses, if any to it on _S Sel"IitST.'LE.lItL' SUNDAY: : Bible School, 10 School 11 a.m., Morning weeks away from harvest ( ) varieties of vegetables -

claim is contingent or unliqui. OF INTENTIONTO RICHARD E. WELTY Attorneyfor !! UI-' am.; Morning Worship, 11 Prayer. Bear in mind that as plants .

dated, the nature of the uncertainty REGISTER Petitioner, whose address is: nou! a.m. ; Children's Choir TUESDAY: 7 p.m. Junior get larger, their roots reach Pollination is accomplishedand
shall be stated. If the FICTITIOUS NAME 114 N. Walnut Street, P.O. Box Practice 6:15: p.m., Training and Senior Choirs further into the row middles. aided in one of three main
C Church practice.
"Th"
claim is secured, the security Pursuant to Section 86609 995 Starke, Florida 32091 and IIdl'PY Union, 7 p.m. ; Evening Place light applications of ways: \1) wind, 2') insects. or 3))
shall be described The claimant Florida Statutes, notice is file the original with the Clerk of I 11".16 a\\eltlon St. \\orship. 8 pm. fertilizer at the edges of the self.pollinated. The wind is
!Sta rkeSUM
shall deliver sufficient copies of hereby given that the under the above'styled Court on or WEDNESDAY: Sunday SMYRNA ilAl TIS1 CHURCH roots. Some scratching into directly responsible for the
; )\\ School.
the claim to the clerk to enable signed Fred Phillips. Sr. and before June 19, 1977. otherwise : Sunday School Workers Meeting 7 Elder T.C.Williams the soil to determine root loca- pollination of sweet corn as it
Fred Phillips Jr, 719 E. Laura 10 a m ; :Morningorship. 11 p m; Bible Study and Prayer tion be
the clerk to mail one copy to a Judgment may be entered : 7 "On the search for a may helpful in avoid- carries pollen from the tasselsto
Evening Worship,
each personal representative. am.: 7:30 p.m.; Adult Choir friendly church?" ing fertilizer burn. the silks. Wind is indirectly

All persons interested in the pm.WIU'IoESU: ; \Y. Youth Practice, 8:15: pm. Keep irrigation equipment responsible for the pollinationof

estate to whom a copy of this A First meeting 7 m. Bible: Study, "A Church Where Every W Welcome to Smyrna in good working condition, other vegetables due to its
p body is SomelvK" then
use it wisely We have
Notice of Administration has shaking of the plant and

been mailed are required 7pmPastoi Hubert Harden -C C C SUNDAY Sunday School, had a rather dry April and flowers. The tomato is an

WITHIN: THREE MONTHS The Early Christian Welcome one and all! (iKAII.\M: BAPTIST 10 a.m., Worship Service 11 May. and with plants example of vegetables flow ers

FROM THE DATE OF THfc --C C Kev. James Starling a.m., B.T.S., 5:45: p.m., reaching maximum sizes at self-pollinated by aid of the
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Evening Worship 7 p.m. maturity, some form of wind Beans and peas are

NOTICE, to file any objectionsthey A 15 Day Tour Of MHST1I1RIS1ItllUU.ll. .\\ Sl'MJVYt:' Sunday School, All visitors are warmly locations.irrigation is required in most examples of vegetables that
may have that challenges'the welcomed. pollinate themselves due to
.m. Morning Worship, 11
10 a ;
validity of the decedents Italy & Switzerland (Includes Pompei', Jim 1.0\Minister: a.m.; Training Union, 6 p.m.; C CCC and The further into the spring the structure of the flower
will, the qualifications of thepersoral WEDNESDAY:' : Mid-Week closer to summer we go, With most vegetables, insects

representative, or the Naples, Rome Florence Venice, Milan, !.SUNDXY.:' : Sunday School. Prayer Service, 7:30: p.m.KINGSLEY STAHKE the more pests and related play the major role in
'venue or jurisdiction of the 9:45.: a m.; morning service, CHURCH OK GOD problems we encounter. transferring pollen from the
court. Zurich, Lucerne 10:45* am. youth group 6 C C C C Rev. ME. Drake Observe label directions on male parts of the flower to the

ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS pm ; evening worship, 7 pesticides containers; heed female parts. Examples of

AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO July 26 Aug. 9 1977 p m, Choir practice. 8 p.m. :' LAKE BAPTIST Sunday: Sunday School, 10 necessary waiting periods between vegetables producing edible
FILED WILL BE FOREVER \\KDNhSDA 1 : : *' : Bible .Rev. Paige Brown a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 times of application and fruits resulting from insect-

BARRED. Study. 8pm. SUNDAY: Sunday School, a.m.; Evening Worship, 7 harvest. Avoid spraying or borne pollen are cucumber,
Data of the first publicationof One Reasonable Pnc Includes All Land,AIr. Travel Meals -a a e 10 a.m.; Morning Worship 11 pm. dusting the same day that you cataloupe, watermelon

this Notice of AdministratIon: Guld.d) Tours. Hotels" FIRST:MKTHOD1STCHIKCH: ( am.; Church training, 6:30: Wednesday : Family harvest. Always wash produce squash, pumpkin, eggplant..
May 12, 1977. \ p.m.; Evening Worship 7:30: Training Hour 7:30: p m. thoroughly before pepper, and okra. In most all

Dr. Don Kokomoor p.m. Friday: Prayer Meeting cooking or serving. Insecti- of these cases, the honeybee,
LEON M. NORMAN Sunday: Church School for WEDNESDAY 7:30: p.m. 7:30: p.m. cides and fungicides both wild and domestic, is the

As Personal Representative of Minister Host. all ages, 9-43: a.m.: Morning -C CCC recommended for gardens are insect primarily responsiblefor
C C C C
the Worship (Nursery provided) the mildest forms of poisons pollination.

Estate of HAROLD K. NORMAN Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church 11 am.; MYF Snack Supper MORGAN ROAD UNITED PENTECOSTAL availalbe; yet like chemicals, In well cared-for gardens

Deceased. (Janet Turner and Laurie BAPTISTSUNDA CHURCH they are still capable of growing under good con
Formerly Pastor Of Stark 111 Methodist. Church MullinS) 6 p.m., MYF Y: Sunday School, Rev O.L.Wells causing. serious injury Is ditions, pollination takes place

'AnORNEY'FOR PERSONAL meetings and recreation, 6:30: 10 a.m., Morning Worship and 204 N.Water St. mi-'' ''''., normally; however, situationsdo
REPRESENTATIVE: For Further Information Phone Services for the Deaf,llam., SUNDAYS Sunday School, ; llowers are now on the arise where for some

GEORGE H. PIERCE ((813)) 936-5351 p.m.Tuesday: Bible Study Class Training Union, 6:30: p.m. 10 a.m.; Worship services, 11 pltt and insects (bees) are reason or another pollination

P.O. Drawer 1030 meeting place to be announced Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. a.m., and 7pm.WEDNESDAYi. needed by many for pollination does not occur naturally. In

Starke Florida 32091 Or Write 4245 DeLeon St. 10 a m WEDNESDAY: Mid-week Bible purposes, it is a good idea these cases the gardener may
Telephone: 964-5701 Wednesday: Chancel Choir Prayer Service and Bible Study, 7:30: p.m. to wait until after 10 a.m. to need to assit the plant by hand

Vleyers, Fla. 33901 Rehearsal 7:30: pm. Study 7:30: p.m., ChoirPractice FRIDAY Young People's dust or spray. Bee activity Is pollination, shaking the plant.
S/122tchg 5/19 8-J1* pjn Service 7:30pm.: greatest during the early or Introducing the
proper
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C --- -C C C C-.. -- C C C__.. imorning hours, thus chances
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May 19. 1917 TELEGRAPH Page SA

DOR Employees Complete \i3rd22s


Correctional Training

The Department of Offender credits for successfully
Rehabilitation has announcedthat completing the full time, 160
Reception and Medical hour course.
ese Center and Union Correc- The course includes In-
uoi9 tional Institution employees struction in the criminal
recently participated in the justice system, .
11. Correctional Training Institute procedures, human relationsand
hlI1), at Raiford. technical training skills
which includes firearms first
I1" aid and fire fighting
i6'Ie This is the eleventh group to techniques.The .
' enroll in the minimum will con-
standards curricula, which Is participants CHARBROILED DEUGH1
' ; tinue their training with an BOY ONE
required by law.The Training additional 160 hours taught by
'I,6 Institute program is taught in regional instructors on an in-
conjunction with Lake City service basis at the various 45ETONE FREE.
ce Community College, and the correctional facilities located .
''I; graduates earn nine semester throughout Florida. Bring the tickets below to any participating our famous Big Twin and our superstar. ",
lid rre Hardee's and be treated to three ot the Big Deluxe. Now buy any of our charbroiled 4
..) the headliners In the Hardee's Variety Show. delights and get a second one free.Get two
Theres our all-time favorite Cheeseburger for the price of one at the Hardees Variety Show! J.

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he Dmi S. (;h dish, Leroy James Davis II. Robert M. Bennett .Ax en- ode 11''y' # .
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Participants In the Correction Training Institute from Union .
Correctional Institute are (1-r( rear), A.E. Brooks Donald GET ONE ,<,
Jordan G.W. Rupert (front) C.E. Clark. C.O. Brill, and L.D. \. .
Itaulerson.
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' I Local Phone AnnouncedFor J ,Bring this ticket to any participating
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.Hw Hard and yet ona free Big,, Twin i u
5 ((2 charbrtxtod" beat'patlta*with UC.
1 chaeta,and special sauca)wnn you buyona
7eM Gerald; :Starling; Donna M. Kranson. and William M. Stroud Social SecurityArea ![Offer Expires June 1 1977 64 ." ".

If residents calling/ the Applications for Social
rnm Gainesville Social Security Security and Supplemental BUY ONECHEESEBURGER
|II | office can now dial a local Security Benefits, as well as, .'
Girl Scout News |
Ie | number, 964-5066, with no cost changes of address, Medicare
II to the caller. Assistance, Social Security (OR HAMBURGER),
IP'd By ('uroln Eases: final campouts in the Girl numbers and questions about '*>
n phone !Mii-5812 I:! Scout Camps which are maintained Keystone Heights, Kingsley Social Security were mentioned i GET ONE ,:
n with cookie profits.Sixteen .Lake and Lawtey are includedin as some of the business
Janet Kimutis and I had a girls sold 100 boxes or the Bradford County that can be done by telephonefrom ..
1 1ts most enjoyable day last more. Irene Wainwright was number. your home or place of JJ 1 FREE. ,:'i II I IJ
Thursday attending the high cookie seller with '304 employment.In .
Gateway Council, Annual boxes and Patty Mullins was "This will help in the energy: J\ Hddeea Bring thu and ticket gat M ona any Haitiouigat participating;:. ?
Meeting at Jacksonville second with 300 boxes. Great, conservation program; said 1974, the Social Security Chaaaaburgar Traa wnan you buy '.'., .
University, with a special girls. Once again thanks to Errol T. Ballanfonte, Social Administration began making Oiler Expires June 1. 1977 ,
guest Iopl'akl'rIrs.! Orville every cookie buyer in Brad Security district manager."As payments to persons in need 64
Freeman. ford County. A super big thank almost all Social Security that are blind, disabled and ", y
Jane Freeman is the International you to our own Janet Kimutis business is done by phone, aged. This has increased the
Commissioner and who was Neighborhood Cookie with transportation costs workload in the offices and Yfardeer.\
vice-president of Girl Scoutsof Chairman. Also to the Methodist today, few can afford unnecessary experience has shown that
, the U.S.A. She has traveled Church which provided trips," said Ballan better service can be given by The taste that brings you back. .
n around the world and has been the Cookie Cupboard. fonte. telephone.it's .
Starke Fla.
'11 involved in international 301 South, ,
Scouting and Guiding. She
,'e.r was a delightful person and a
most interesting speaker.
Following the meeting the
NEVV % Lb.RIBEYE
o annual held Friendship at the Luncheonwas Student You Are Cordially Invited!

Iris Center. Awards were STEAKSANDWICH
Id 1 presented to people who have at the
given much to Scouting in
Ip Gateway Council Approximately .
170 people attended Continental Telephone
( COOKED DRESSEDTO
Cookie sales for the area are DQ TO 9 9 C
over for another year, unless
you are a leader ho has a few ORDER PLEASEHICKEN '
lxxeS. Total boxes sold in
Hradford-Umon County was BREADED THIS IS REAL STEAK NOT CompanyInvites
5302. Total profit was $813. .A HAMBURGER PATTY
Senior Troop No. 669 averagedover
loo) boxes per girl, Troop FILLET
605) averaged 60 boxes per girl.
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packs, posters, patches and SANDWICH .
s s strips with t'andy Panda on nJ J It's Customers To An
them as well as troops earning /ith lettuce and mayonnaise
money for trips etc. Gateway br zrer.
S. (Council realizes profit from
.1\ our cookie sales also and we in U ALL MEAT | I NO BONFJ 1401 N. Temple Ave. Starke
.1.t turn received benefits from
.t Camp Chowenvtaw Chan. 99 Phone Orders accepted

s )ata Kiilcri Meyati.: 964-7476 mlY 1] Imm
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TELEGRAPH May 19,1977


Casey Joins Francis In Suing Sch Bd.The 3,600 Visit Inmate Flower Show


Bradford County School mendations of the superin- with both reasons.
Board recently had another tendent, and "may not reject The school board has Inmates showing in 10,
civil recommendations to the suit, Over 3,600 guests visited the
suit filed against it con such exceptfor responded divisions.
cerning the Board's rejectionof just cause." alledging that they have not 17th annual flower show at
Charles Francis as principal Minutes from the Jan. 4 taken a "final act" on the Union Correctional Institute
of Bradford High School. school board meeting show matter, meaning they have (UCI) during the three day Each of the 320 entries
Francis himself is suing the that Francis' rejection cameon not heard Francis' recommendation showing May 12 through! 14. received ribbons and each !t
r division a rosette. The
School Board for failing to cite a 3.2 vote,with Art Holliday a third time, as entries got were divided Into
"just cause" for his rejectionas and Pat Spengler voting in Florida law requires. "Everybody" bragged on I
for ,
principal of BUS tie was favor of his recommendation, The school boards attorney, everything, said M.B. categories begonias
recommended to the Board by and chairman Arthur Jesse Wolbert, moved to haveFrancis' Jordan one of the supervisorsfor philodendron coleus, ferns, L rt4>k P;i ,I..
the Inmate baskets, cacti,
hanging orchids
Superintendent Tom Casey on Gaskins, Vernon Parmenter, suit dismissed Feb vocational .
Jan. 4 and again on April 18. and J.T. Parrish voting 15 on the grounds that Francis A I horticulture program.. Jordan, landscape plants, q _'
who has worked house and
The Board rejected his against. failed to request a hearing be- at UCI for 18 specimen plants
nomination both times. Gaskins, explaining his fore the Board within a years, and Stanley Crawford bromeliads.
Casey also filed a separatesuit vote, said Francis was "not reasonable period of time.The oversee ,the 27 acres and six
against the Board late last following school board policy, motion to dismiss was deniedby greenhouses that are used for Jordan said each year the L r
month for failing to show just (with) past high school critical Judge Benjamin Tench. the on the.. job training. show is changed to feature a.;
cause in rejecting Francis' audits while Francis was A closer look Is In order at something different to make it
-nomination According to principal" Parrish said Both suits are in various the 17th annual Union "The boys seem to do a more interesting and this
Florida law, the school board Francis lacked professionalism stages of development, Correctional Institute flower better job each year," said year, plants growing in
must consider the recom- and Parmenter agreed neither having a trial date set. show Jordan. This year's show had driftwood drew the attentionof
32 of the more experienced the visitors.In .


L General Synder To Address National Guard OS,C Gradsnow aspects addition of the to the program vocational Jordan -

credits working with the
Florida National Guard in capacity until his retirementin physical fitness, academics, ( in Gainesville, and 1 Lt. plants as "garden therapy."
Randall F. Chitty Armory 1921 and came up through the July 1962.Included leadership and a trophy to the Norman L. Redding, Jr. He said that working with the 1\1.8. Jordan supervisor of the horticulture I program at UCI
720 Edwards Rd in Starke will ranks and was promoted to distinguished graduate. SGT. George L. Reddish, of plants and soil helps an inmate explains "pljnt therdpto xisitois to the 17th annual flower
be the scene of the graduationand the grade of Lt. Colonel in in the ceremonies Although this year no local the local unit the 631st get straightened out. show. Jordan initiated the show which drew :Il.dlio people this
commissioning exerciseof 1941. along with the presentation of guardsmen are among the Maintenance Co. will be attending The is a privilege, >ear.
the Florida National Guard diplomas by Major General graduates previous can- the Officer Candidate said program Jordan and is reservedfor
Military Academy Officer Kennedy C. Bullard, adjutant didates are: Major Richard H. '. School program this summer 69 inmates. There is 3751297:1: 964.6061
Candidate School Sunday, Snyder served with the 2nd general of the Florida Jockel, Major Billy D. and is expected to be com- always a "waiting list" he GAINESVILLE *r STARKEWAYNE
May 22, at 11 a.m. Infantry Division in the National Guard will be Dampier, CPT. David L. missioned a Second added. ; h
The Class of 1977 will be the European Theater of presentations of awards for Bennett CPT. Robert L. Kelly Lieutenant next July. srs.r :r Qi-
16th graduating class and has in --- -
Operations participating
24 members in the class. the battles of Normandy BCII Meets Requirements For Uncompensated ServicesThe

The graduation address will Bureau of Community This determination has been means services available in reasonable cost thereof. KINNEYSINCE
be given by Lt General Northern France, and the Medical Facilities, Department made pursuant to the requirements the facility which are made The level set out meets the
Maxwell C. Snvder (CReD. Rhineland. Upon reactivationof of Health and of the regulations of the available to persons unable to presumptive compliance 1969
General Snyder who presently the Florida Guard, he was Rehabilitative Services, Stateof Public Health Service, U.S. pay therefor without chargeor guidelines of the federal ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
lives in Jacksonville and is in assigned as CommandingOfficer Florida, has established the Department of Health, at a charge which is less regulations and is three
the food brokerage business. of the 124th Infantry sum of $25,733 as the level of Education and Welfare ((42 than the reasonable cost of percent of operating costs till Ui Far All Y..r .." .. Mails
He began his military affiliation Regiment and in 1957 he attained services. The level of Bradford
uncompensated services to be CFR 53.111) and the appli- such County Hospital Stale LicensedReasonHble
in 1918 when he the grade of Major made available by Bradford cable provisions of Florida such services is measured by has the right to determine Quality Service TI
enlisted as a member of the General as Commanding County Hospital in the period Medical Facilities Construc the difference between the how, when and to whom Price _Insured Bonded
Student Army Training Corp. General 48th Armored October I, 1976.September 30, tion Plan. amount paid by such personsfor hospital services will be
He began his career with the Division and served in that 1977. "Uncompensated services" the services and the provided

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Complaint Of Dog Bite

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The Brooker Council dis- from accountant Pat Farns- S. NO..1 SAVE 40'
cussed the possibility of worth.In NEWFLORIDA I
requiring rabies shots for all another matter a repre- .
dogs in the town after hearinga sentative of Sverdrup & 10 3
complaint from a resident Parcel, the engineering firm FAIR
who's child had been bitten bya from Gainesville told the
dog. council that a grant to improve POTATOESU. LB BAG
The matter was discussed the town's water system
but no action was taken in the had not yet been approved by
special meeting, which was the federal government. The SUPERMARKETSClip q
called due to a lack of quorumat existing water system has a 38* OFF ry 204 OFF
last week's regular small leak. Acting Mayor The Valuable
meeting.The George Pierce has told the VOGUE
council had a light council in the past that if the Coupons in this I PANTRY PRIDE HALF GALLON I I 2 ROLL PKG. b I
agenda with all five members system fails before corrected TOILETTISSUE
present. They heard and water would have to be hauledto Ad & Save Up To... 11
approved the auditors report Brooker by tanker. ICE CREAM 59 19 !

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May 19. 1917 TELKUKAHH l"agl'M


26 Years Of 'Artnv Life9 Lost At Canto Blandinsr

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by Gary KIrkland Wayne would have been Bailey should ask for a the traditional potato-meat- Tasty lima beans crisp fudge Icing. If I didn't know ,
BCT Staff WriterIn shocked. transfer dessert all on top of each other better
salad and rice with chili were I would have sworn that
one three hour trip to From the Camp my next wasn't on the menu at Camp all on the menu. The coup de my own mother had infiltrated
Blanding I had 26 stop was the line. There
Camp yearsof firing
Blanding. '
chocolate to bake that
grace was cake withi just
carefully nurtured stero- I then had my first ride In a was actual training going on
cake
It was delicious
types about Army life go right jeep which wasn't disappointing no"goldbricks"to be found on
down the drain. to the camp which the whole range \\''-ll, for the next two hours
Those years of watchingJohn was. No pup tents or mud bterolype after sterotype bit
Wayne reading Sgt. holes were to be found. In- I say the last straw came the dirt, but one Idea still held
Rock and looking at Beetle stead large tents with beds when I was Invited to lunch. I :. true. In three hours I was
Bailey every morning had were all over the place and the though to myself that I'd 'J asked at least a dozen times,
painted a very clear picture of sergeant told me this would be finally see some of the action "Can I sign ?"
ya up
what life In the National the last year for tents, next I'd been waiting for. But I had .fc N'ty'l1M
Guard would be like but I year all the men would be no luck. The cook carefully v
didn't find that picture housed in barracks. Beetle placed the food on the tray *........................

waiting for me at Camp 1
Blanding. n, SERVICE MEN:
Why I would believe the *
Lake
Army or National Guard City Engineering Unit Ly'I ...... .
should live up to the image i

any painted better by than films the and Navy comics did I At Camp Blanding This Week iG K'o: Hal'r(\IPLJol'JoS: .

don't know In four years in ; IECIIUITTRAINING: I
the Navy I never once saw a Building and grading roads the 853 Service and Supply Marine Private John II.
group of sailors dance with under combat conditions and Company from Jacksonville. Yl Knight son of Mr. and Mrs.
mops while a chorus sang learning skills in demolitionand Ellis said the 853 is geared to James D. Knight of Route 1,
"There is Nothing Like a explosives handling is set up field laundries and haul Brooker, has completed
Dame"or heard a "Now hear part of the training 153 !"implies and rations. recruit training at the Marine
this" but somehow I figured Engineering Command from Corps Recruit Depot Parris
things would be different at Lake City is getting this weekat "During their stay they'll Island S.C.During .
; Camp Blanding. Camp Blanding.The be naming rations from ft. the 11-week training I
My first preview of things to 240 man unit receives Stewart Georgia in prepara- cycle Pvt. Knight learned the
come was meeting my first regular field training that is tion for the 50th Alternate basics of battlefield survival.
Sergeant. Here was a man tied to the units specific Command visit May 28-29,"
1 that could be mistaken for a mission. Ellis said. Knight participated in an'I'I'+
}
clerk at your local candy "Under actual combat active physical
store, not a hardened combatvet conditions they are getting a The local Starke unit the program and gained
chance to set bridges, build proficiency in a variety of
up
I'. The three day stubble, 631st Maintenance Company I
,.N SY field water military skills, including: first
combat grime and half. purification will
begin their 15 day active
f chewed were replacedby systems and aid. rifle marksmanship and 1
cigar duty May 28 wsit
simulate a L5- close order drill. Teamwork
L-
a big smile and starched a mine field of
::L uniform. mines,"LTC William E. Ellis, The local Starke' unit, the and self-discipline were
The sergeant Introduced me Operations and Training 031st Maintenance Training and paperwork go hand in hand in the National emphasized throughout the
Company
'
'''' -'- to the people that would showme Officer for Camp Blanding, will begin its 15 day active Guard and there is no time like the present do it. Here 1st M. training/ cycle.
Could this fate belong to u man that would put your mashedpotatoes around and then asked said. duty tour May 28 with approximately Phillip Garito of Ft. Cambell Kentucky scores the marksmanship Knight joined the Marine
I on top of jour apple pie? Not; I Howard Carroll of Jou+tls them, that's right asked themto Saturday the 153 Lake City 2,800 other of men training with anli-tank guns. Corps in August 1976.
Carroll serves food fit for a king from his mess tent at tamp the
Klandmg. bring jeep around. John guardsmen will be joined by guardsmen from Florida.


4 Headed For 4 II Congress ''I

ABOUT OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES roar Bradford. county 4-H :Sandy Douglas is the. fourth
members will be representing representative of the county
L this and she will
county in Florida 4-H compete in. the
FOOD Congress competition In July fashion revue. modeling her
following their superior performances own hand-made garment
50' A LB at the District 4-II
Events Day Saturday April Other district sinners in the
junior( category (underage 13))
ROASTSAVE. GOVT. 23Tammy Baldree, daughterof were Martin Hunter electricity
CHUCK FAIR Mr. and Mrs Charles ; Michelle Stilwell
FED Baldree, was the overall home environment, Khandice
LB district winner In the food and Stroud and Brandi llerndon,
nutrition category with her horse category, Eddie Barnes
Pant CONSUMER CORNER Fresen Chicken Dinner 1 < demonstration on home- industrial arts, Handy
.2Ov OFF Vrtde ,Now Nutritious? SUPERMARKETS cooked strawberry pancakes. Balkcom, public speaking, I
WE Vt JUST HEAD A.REPOST THAT tURMISIO us. YOU. AND... MAY HAVE MIN Harold Waters, son of Mr. and and Regina Kasmck, clothing
U UNFAIRLY UNDEMSTIMATWO THOSE TV DINNERSPARTICULARLY THOU FEATUSINOCHICKEN. Mrs. Harold Waters was the category
I I .TUB STUDY. SPONSORED AND PUBLISHED IV AlRtCIAL MTIRIST MAGAZINEI '
Other ribbon winners the
A NY SIZE CALLED OUICK FROZEN FOOD.T.D ON INDCFENDEMT LABORATORY TESTS OF we are pleased to accept district winner in the horticulture al
I FOUR RANDS. OF FROZEN CHICKEN DINNER THEY SHOWED THAT REGULAR SIZE category Harold'! district events day were
DINNERS ARE. FAIRLY HIGH 'IN FttOTEIN. (CHEAT-)AND SOOHIM(SALT-NOT SO GII''''') demonstration Charlene Beam Betty Hudd.Stacl'Y .
I AVERAGED ABOUT CALORIES U S D I. FOOD STAMP concerned
AND 60O TH..IG.U..F..I.TH.DIN..S..VIE. ( "
; )Debbie
Polk.
I DOZEN EGGS LOW IN CHOLESTEROL THEY ARE*NATURAL SOURCE OF SEVERAL VITAMINS AND plant grafting. Hayes
MINERALS. INCLUDING A AND IRON.THE VEGETABLES INCLUDED WTTH THE DINNERS Pat Buchholtz will compete Ann Marsh! Sherry Dobbs
1 . RETAIN.MORE NUTRIENTSTHAN THOSE YOU NEAT.IN.LIQUID AT MOM (BASED.ON. THE.. COUPONS at the 4.11 Congress in the !Mike Williams)011\ Waters
., REPORT WERE GOING TO TAKE A NEW LOOK AT FROZEN CHICKEN DINNERS AND
NIt" "It tONOI IMPL MA* It THRU ID PW n. t 7 LINT1 ICI GNU
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o" t".$o. .11" A I' ON ,NN'000 OINN... tOI Cw PAOPATI ..,....... J SUGGEST YOU DO THE SAME THEY MAY BE MORE OF A BARGAIN THAN MOST OF US public speaking/ category, Karen Thorpe, !Mike\ Starling
_ _ _____ __ THOUGHT.. i presenting his ribbon-winning Donna Marsh. Darlene
speech on wildlife conservation Norman; Tammy !Mann and..
Brad ('ox.I .

ALL ITEMS AND ESJWO MuRS, MY It, THftU MID, SAY 23. I9l QUANTITY IOMTI RESERVED. .
Bargains in Meat Chiles Aide Plans_ Visit Here ,

COMPARE ofY Yw '"lf- you are experiencing!I 11 J agency J'land are frustrated;,
MEAT OR BEEF difficulties with a federal about what t to do we will help i
''Yt" HI s 109US you get your problems
OSCAR MAYER EvcryDayLowPrice a Holly Ridge Bacon 21t straightened out," says
p j utawTUa1 I Senator Lawton Chiles D-FL.
Sliced Bologna sa:: 99Cs"vE20 ? Smoked PorK Chops a s 1 69 50< Clonida I With this comment Senator
BONELESS BEEFSTEAK I
I Chiles urged citizens of
1T I BID man BUM i!re E tit
Variety Pack ASS o ;?.. M39 SAVI! 30 It i Jv Turkey Drumsticks ,39* 20'> Bradford County to get in
: (+)J! thee re touch v'ith his assistant. Bo
Franks S '109 SAVE 3 E/SOYr Msmui cam/ill mi MM Johnson, when he visits this
= ,98"M29 21'SAYE
Chuck Steak STAHKE 984.5451tSat area on YVendesday, May 25.
Johnson( will be in Starke
Corned Beef Briskets 30' } Sun.CHARUTOIJHESTOMI from until in
LI ipm 2 p m the
Super Discount Super Discount LOt i
Uittj IMJ ni R County Commissioner'sConference
Lykes Baked Picnic $|159 30'69t Room 129 of the
FLORIDA OR GEORGIA
GOV T. FONDA County Courthouse."I .
LOTS OF PREMIUM GRADE HENRY
INSPECTEDCORN Signal Roll Sausages w I Ijg3i know many people ha\e
FED \ delays and mixups!> with Social
FRESHFRYERS IK1H NlUint IMI ttll HI S 20 t Security Medicare Veteian
Sunnyland Sausages 119 Administration Workmen

PMTIV PINK IfM NI Compensation and other areas
3 3 LEG BREAST QUARTERS QUARTERS WITH WITH BACKS BACKS COMPARE on :' 'U." Single Cheese Slices 98" if of federal government and
many times we are able to
3 WINGS-3 NECKS 3 GIBLET PKGS. Pin tur PWIH MIN
KM 10* WNUII lu HI 95" M- assist Often, we deal directly'
FRESH Breakfast Links 79C MIII WHOLE Cottage Cheese with the agencies in
FLORIDA puin rtint iiu W and slice
la 2 PER 59C Washington throughthe
Oft GEORGIA Lykes Smoked Picnics t,68c "' Sour Cream 101M AUNlVfcHSALPICIURElECMNICOlOfl red tape or the breakdown
PREMIUM BAG tltl CMAgars PANAVI3ION HPL in communications. I hope
n HI run '""1 $
GRADE 88C Ham Patties 20 people will drop by to talk with
Sliced 21'
Bologna I tuf'-
;: Bo about their problems or to
express their views on current t tlegislatl
ii' "i m i" ion :>n," Chiles said.
The Senator's !North Florida
F1NI TASTE : 4F.\i\ :;. office is in the U.S. Post Office
SKINLESSFRANKS SIR LOINSTEAKS LUMS and Courthouse Building
wwL1' Room 24110 E. Park i Avenue-,
7o N FRANKS Tallahassee Phone !'HI4) .22:::-
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SA TELEGRAPH May 19.l>77


PEOPLE TRUST ECKERD'S Community


FOR QUALITY PRESCRIPTION News


SERVICE AT LOW PRICES By Elizabeth Walker
Phone 964-6683

Potato Girl Scouti

X"XX froocf Chips Brownie Troop 352 and
Junior Troop 684 visited the
Flower Show at Raiford. It
ECKERDASPIRIN was enjoyed by all Scouts in
SOLARCAINE attendance.Dell .

Chapter 168 O.E.S.
LOTION
The regular meeting of Dell
REtlEVFS SUN Chapter will\ be held Thur
5 GRAIN sday. May 26, 8 p.m. in the
.. BURN PAINif Masonic Hall on Brownlee
Street.AH members are asked
: to be present to make plans
f;:ll Solarcalne for the year.
LOTION
Church News

Church or God In Christ-
,: Sunday School 9:30: ; Morning
Worship 11:30: ; Evening Ser
vice 6:30.: Visitors are always
welcome.ML .
Zion A.M.E. Church-
LIMIT: ONE Board meeting Friday night
7:30: ; Sunday School 10 a.m.;
Morning Worship 11 a.m.;
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'..' on : Evening Worship 7:30.:
:: : Free Canaan True Church
:: OSCILLATING 22 INCH CUT :
OFF LABEL) -Tuesday Prayer Meeting
15C
PRICE INCLUDES : POLAROID CAMERA SALE/ : 7:30 Wednesday 7:30:
( :: SELF : ;
PROPELLED
7 OZ. TUBECOLGATE ::: 3 SPEED : Tarrying Service; Friday
83 .: night Bible Class 7:30: : Sunday
ST :
:: 16 INCH MOWER School 10 a.m.; Morning
:: PRONTOCAMERA Worship 11 a.m.; Evening
'. 3 5 H P BRIGCS STRATTON
TOOTHPASTE .. ::: FAN MOTOR REG 1141 88 Worship 7:30.Greater: .

condition-// :.::. GALAXY #2151 Freewill Monday Bethlehem night Tiny
: REG. '39 99 REG. OO95 Tots rehearsal each week
iREATMENT ':.: 4495JE7 11988 7:30; Tuesday night Prayer
BEAUTY PAK TUBE ::: Meeting; Thursday night
2 OZ. Bible Story Hour at the
.
CLAIROL LIMIT ONE 109 :: 34 MAISUTCMII church; Friday night 7:30:
:: Junior Choir rehearsal; Usher

CONDITIONB3SSX.UHW.NA.LJOU.H.. .. . PRONTO 'B'CAMERA 7,99 Board No. 2 will meet. Sunday
REG 9 99 .
ii School 9:30: a m { Morning
Worship 11 a.m.; Dinner
TAP-A-DRINK 12:30.: Cornerstone laying 3
REGULAR 49 95
RAIN.WAVE
ftQ* : 44 QUART \ OO95 p.m.New Bethel Baptist
OSCILLATING ChurchWednesday night
NATURAL ICECHEST : Prayer Meeting 7:30: ; Bible
GO YOUR J B Class Prayer Meeting 7:30: ;
CHOICE || Jf SPRINKLER Sunday School 10 am..
COSMETICS PRONTO Morning Worship 11 am..
( COVERS 2,800 SQ FT. Fellowship Hour 3 pm..
REG. 19.95 "RF" Evening Worship 6:30.:
= Ebenezer Baptist Church-
CAMERA 9 Funeral services for Deacon
IssSs Hosa Hawkins will be held
1588 REGULAR 79 95 ,88i! Saturday May 21, 1:30: p.m.
with Rev. Leroy Davis offi
4995 ciating. Tuesday 7:30: Bible
BABY OIL #69 :.:' Class; Thursday Prayer
Meeting; Sunday School 10

__ 14x14" TABLE TOP VANITY FAIR .. KIDDIE BRASS FITTINGS HEAVY : a a.m..m.;; Fellowship Morning Hour Worship 3 p.m.11.
ITCHING 8, BURNING REG 19.95 VINYL MADE FOR FLA. : Evening Worship 6pm.Ml .
o r SOOTHES RECORD CLIMATE =
HIBACHIWITH : : :Morlah :Methodist-
< jjf UNACANE 99OZP '/ "150 FT. VINYL Tuesday night! 7:30: Prayer
,250Z.CREMi CHROME GRID PLAYER Meeting; Wednesday night
7:30: Choir rehearsal; Sunday
CAST IRON GRILL SOLID STATE PHONOGRAPH GARDEN HOSE School 9:30: a.m. Rehearsal for
WITH WOODEN WITH MOLDED CASE Children's Day Monday and
HANDLES REMOVABLE' LID PLAYS REG. 2.99 :: Friday 5:30: ; Children's Day
3 3/i OR 45 RPM 965RSOUTHBEND
June 12. All''members are
OR 60 LIMIT' TWO asked to attend Fellowship


40 ORAIBTOOTHBRUSH 49 l!!, 2441 session Hour.Conference Pleasant May GrovE"Every 24 will in Lakeland be in


first and second Monday 7:30:
Young Adult rehearsal;
Tuesday 7 p.m. Young Junior
3-PC. VINY1LUGGAGE BUCK IIAFGRASS : Choir rehearsal; Wednesday
night t Prayer Meeting 7.
( ; SET AND Thursday 7 p.m. Bible Study.
LISTERMIMT S 109 Sunday School 10 a m. con
MATCHED SET IN PECAN & GOLD : : cludes services for the day
WEEDKILLER Antioch Thursday 7'SO:
. ::
MOUTHWASH 14" TOT .: Prayer Meeting: Saturday 8
REG :.. p.m.; Sunday School 10 a.m..
11 99 /? 630 ..''' 11 a.m. Morning Service; 3
pm. Choir Union in Melrose.
....................... -. ;.;.;.;.;.;. SPINNING .:': ... MAKES SOIL BARREN! Fla.
22" :
CARIY-OM : Macedonia Freeuill

!j REG 1699 11** :i ... Baptist Wednesday 8pm.
FLAVOR HOUSEMIXED REEL& ROD 00 :: ..... --=.=- 1 QUART I 88REG. Bible Class; Sunday School 10
24" PULLMAN a.m.; Morning Worship II
'
All METAL GEARS
** ADJUST. .' 2.29 a.m.; Evening Worship 5pm.
NUTS 15 ABLE DRAG-2 PIECE ROD J
J j REG 21 99 First Born Church-
ij Tuesday night 7:45: p.m.
7 OZ. ':.':. VENTILATEDAUTO Prayer Meeting; Friday 7:45:
::
DRY :::: AUTOGRAPH Tarrying Service; Sunday
99 :: i School 10:30: ; 11:30: Morning
ROASTED Worship. 6 p.m. YPCW: 7-45
REG 1.49 '. ALBUMS 1 CONTINUOUS Evening Service.
LIMIT 2 SEAT :!j GreaterlIen Chapel-
.
-' REG. 1.00 EACH : SPRAY 27 OZ. Tuesday 7:30: Prayer and

.ASSORTED COLORS :.:: ASSORTED COLOR ,: CUSHION !! \JJ\ > HAND SPRAYER 7:30 Class: before Meeting the; second Wednesday and
fourth
Sunday Young Choir
.4 BUTTON '
PLACKET :
: @ COVERS I BLACK OR GOLD REG. S3.99 rehearsal; Sunday School 10
MEN'S KNIT am.; Morning Worship 11
:. FOR KILLING INSECTS a.m.; 3 p.m. Fellowship Hour.
SHIRTS ::: I: IN YOUR HOME A God's Miracle and
m '9 :: FINE MIST THAT STAYS 299 Deliverance Church Sunday
SUSPENDED LONGER School 10 a.m.; Morning
REG. MODEL *231 Worship II a m.; Evening
.
388 .'':' Worship 7:30: ; Monday Prayer
499 IOTAL FLUSH Band Meeting 7:30: ; Thursday
7:30: Prayer Meeting; Friday
i! TOILETBOWL 7:30 HYPU.: Bible Study; Sunday 5:30:

CLEANER Deliverance Miracle
MEN'S DOUBLE GORE : 4 OZ. SAFE ANDEASV Revival Center Service
TO INSTALL J| f every Tuesday and Thursday
DECK ,. nights with the pastor in
4 TWICE charge.Starting Friday night.
SHOES REG. 59CVANGUAtD May 20, 7:30: p.rn. Holy Ghost
r weekend begins with churches

NAVY OR WHITE :::: coming from as far as
17'/." X 23 Vt" THE PRINTS Georgia.Saturday 1 p.m. The
: Holy Ghost March begins
REG. j j: DECOR DOOR MAT starting at Calvary Church
5.99 488 .. Get an extra set of prints with every roll of color and black and white film : 7:30: p.m. evening service.
"- < :..: developed and printed TODAY AND EVERYDAY Sunday school begins 10 a.m.
::

= KREBS STENGLE .:.: nor: CUSHION WITH BACK 299 FILM j diately and morning following.services Imme

HOME ENTERTAINMENT LADIES CANVAS AND ASSORTED COLORS ::::::::::. REG 399 TWICE THE 4-II Council

: CENTER CASUALS STYLES ::r : When you pick up your developed film and prints, buy two rolls of :: Miss by Evette Bright
' Stacey
Hayes
: THREE DIMENSIONAL WALNUT GRAINED STERNO : Kodacolor or black and white print film for the : was
CANNED regular price of one : elected of
the
: FINISH. FINISHED ALL SIDES COOL CANVAS TOPS WITH SLIP .::: president Brad
RESISTANT SOLES. .: TODAY AND EVERYDAY :. ford County 4-" Council last

NO TOOLS NECESSARY 8 8 ::: HEAT COOKING FUEL :: :::::_:_:_:_:_"_: "->>:<< Thursday Other officers night, elected May 12.were
G.399 : : :. <
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: FOR ASSEMBLY 39 6 ili ilioa :' 1lJf* z: %([ Tammy Baldree vice-presi
: :
65 X 16V4 X 30' 26 : t{ dent; Jenecia Bright
... 111.100
: REGULAR 49 B8 .
.- :'-- ...... :.::. ; 11""tJ" secretary treasurer;;Mary Evette Anne Bright Miller

1=..;.;.;............:.:.;.;.;.:.:.;.;............:.:.:-:.:.:.:.;....................:.:.::;:.:.:.:.:.."':':' ',' ::.;...................,',............:. :::::: was reporter.fleeted Harold council Waters delegate.Jr.
Jenecia Bright. Harold
OP6N "Y e To'
PRICES GOOD THRU WED OPEN SUN. 10 To 7 {SOME.ITEMS LIMITED l SUPPLY) Waters and Tammy Baldree
were also elected to serve

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For many years the cry that It stands to reason that the CHURCH ACTIVITIES Tlnsler opened her. lovely Mr.and Mrs. J.E. Mclver'of ternoon. :"
the social security system is economy of the country would CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday gifts. The ladies served cake Ocala were Sunday dinner ,Mr. and Mrs. Kennetl .,
on the verge of collapse or will be much sounder if tile older School 10 a.m.; Worship and punch for refreshments. Elizabeth Terry guests of their sister, Mrs. Burkhalter Martyr and Sandy.
soon go broke has wrought person,who is able and wants Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Phone 782-3300 Wilma Wainwright.Cecil Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Stubbs and Ii
untold worry, fear, and to, was allowed to remain in Prayer Meeting Wednesday Jenkins of Hilliard visited joined her brother-in-law and field Beach. Whitehead, of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Webb of .
anxiety on the senior citizen. the productive labor force. 7:30: p.m.; YPE Friday at 7:30: their mother Mrs. O.J. Anders sister, Mr. ahd .Irs. Jimmy Mrs. Wayne Hardee and Kingsley Lake visited Mr. Valdosta, Ga., visited Mr. and '.
We recognize the fact that Mountains of research In the p.m.EVERGREEN Thursday afternoon. She Hogan of Jacksonville, at the children spent Mother's day and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. on Mrs. O.J. Boyette and. family .
long overdue adjustments are process of aging proves that a BAPTIST went home with them and was home of her sister Mrs. O.J. with her parents Mr. and Friday afternoon. over the weekend. '.
needed in the system to keep it person's usefulness and Sunday School 10 a.m.; their overnight guest. She Anders for a family get Mrs. Fred Carter of Clay Hill Jack Wainwright, of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp ':
financially sound. One place ability to function adequately Worship Services 11 a.m. and returned home with her son, together on Mother's day. and carried her mother a gift. Tallahassee, spent the and Bryan and Mrs. Debbie ..;
to start is with mandatory does not disappear 365 days 7 p.m.; T.U. 6 p.m.; Prayer Billy Anders on Friday Mrs. Lynn Boch left for Henry Hodges and sons weekend with his mother, Mobley and son and their :3
retirement which is loaded after their 64th birthday. Meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. morning. Atlanta Ga., Sunday for a attended the Stock Car Racesat Mrs. Truby Wainwright. sister, Mrs. Gene Pearson .
with ironies and Incongruities. There are thousands of FAITH BAPTIST: Radio Miss Dorothy Swanbom and three weeks course in Service Lake City on Saturday Friends of Fonzo Prevatt went to visit their brothcfin- :
Congress sets "individual examples of people well In the Program on WPXE 8 a.m. Mrs. Elsie Norman were Representative School and night. regret to learn that he is a law and sister Mr. and Mrs. .:
competence," not sex, race, 70-80 year-old bracket who Sunday; Bible School 10 a.m.; Mother's Day guests of Mrs. will return home on June 3rd. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seaver patient in Bradford County Stanley Fedak at St. .i
nor old age as the test of ,are still actively employed. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Norman's mother, Mrs. James R. Chamberlin Jr. Sr., of Jacksonville visited Hospital. Our prayers are Augustine Beach on Sunday. :
employment. Yet, Congress For instance Margaret 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting, Lassie Starling, in Jacksonville arrived home Monday May their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. with him. Mrs. Pierce Crews' Mrs. ,:'j
refuses to protect persons 65 Mead, 75; Arthur Fiedler 83; Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. on Sunday afternoon. 16th from Midway Island, Hermie Kelly on Saturday Mrs. Les McClellan and Oni Thonrton and daughter .:
and over from discrimination Leopold Stokowskl, 94; GRACE UNITED Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Sheltonof near Hawaii He is in the afternoon. Mrs. Macel Pauley attendedthe Mrs. W.F, Atwood were. ::

in employment; but membersof George Burns 81; Lillian METHODIST: Sunday School Boynton Beach visited their Navy. Mr.and Mrs. Earl Troxell of flower show at State business visitors to ..::1
Congress insist that they be Carter who served in the 9:45: a.m.; Worship Services brother-in-law and sister, Mrs. Ruby Barber and Mrs. Boca Raton spent the long Prison on Thursday' af Jacksonville on.Thursday, :: ..
judged on performance not Peace Corps at 68, and at 78 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; Choir Rev. and Mrs. M.E. Myer on Kirkland of Ocala visited Mr. weekend with Mr.' and Mrs. ternoon.
age. Congressmen Claude years old helped elect her son Practice 7 p.m.{ MYF 7:45: on Friday afternoon. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs and Mr. George Kelly and family. Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Pepper D-Miami, was re- Jimmy as President. Wednesday night.HIGHLAND Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cham- and Mrs. Bill Dobbs on Sun- Miss Melissa Mayo was a Waters and their mother,, Mrs.
elected to Congress last yearat Other ironies; the media, berlin were Sunday dinner day afternoon. Saturday overnight guest of James Waters attended the ::
age 76 by many people who which monitors the Congress, BAPTIST: guests of their parents, Mr. Mrs. Hester Hicks was a Miss Vickie Nicula. funeral of Mrs. Hope Hollidayon j
face forced retirement at 65. courts, and the President, Sunday School 10 a.m.; and Mrs. Bill Chamberlm of Saturday overnight guest of Mrs. Darlene Norman and Saturday afternoon.Mr. 1 1 ::
Mandatory retirement gripsus face forced retirement, which Worship Services 11 a.m. and Jacksonville.Mrs. her sister, Mrs O.J. Anders. sons, Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan and Mrs. Mitchell SUGAR i
in an economic dilemma. is not imposed on the legislative 7 p.m'i; Prayer Meeting Milo Smith, Martha .Other guests were her son and Prescott and family of Brown visited their uncle and In the 18th century, "
Young people, caught in the executive or judicial Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. and her sister-in-law Mrs. daughter-in-law Mr:and Mrs. Kingsley Lake and Mr. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl was such a rare and highly sugar I
high unemployment cycle see segments of government. LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday Doris Crabtree attended James Anders and family of Mrs. Frederick Prescott were Prevail on Sunday afternoon. prized commodity It was :
forced retirement at 65 as a Reporters of the New York School 10 am.; Worship services at Trinity Academyon Palatka for Sunday dinner. Sunday dinner guests of their Mrs. Pierce Crews, Mrs. included in a list of jewels
guarantee that they will not be Times must retire at age 70. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: Sunday morning and night. They have just returned from parents, Mr and Mrs. Oni Thonrton and daughter, and precious presented I
shut out of the labor market; Eric Severeid will bend to net- p.m.; Prayer Meeting They heard Kenny Mc- her mother's funeral 1 at Leonard Norman and brother Mrs. W.F. Atwood attendedthe as wedding gifts gems to Maria .iJ
but as older workers. are work policy and retire at 65. Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Combas, a childhood friend ofMilo's Safford, Arizona. and sister-in-law, and family. Flower Show at.State Theresa, the future Queen ;
forced to retire at 65 they How does this fit in with the NORTIISIDE BAPTIST: who is in revival there Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kelly of Mrs. John Tye visited her Prison pn Thursday af- of Hungary and Bohemia
burden the already severly date designated by Congres Sunday School 10 a.m.; this week. Jacksonville, were Saturday brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
strained social security recently as "Employ the Worship Services 11 a.m.; Miss Arthurine Blanchard dinner guests of their parents and Mrs. F.L. Roberts of DR JAMES H. MINESINGER ..4 I-
system. Older Worker Week? Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 attended the Centennial at Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly Jacksonville on Sunday OPTOMETRIST I
In 1975 persons over 65 Senator Richard Stone, D- p.m.ST. Melrose on Saturday May and family. Other dinner morning..
made up 11 percent of the Fla., introduced two bills JOHNS MISSIONARY 14th. While there she enjoyeda guests on Saturday were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James Waters ANNOUNCES THAT I I
population ((22 million). By the (June, 1976) which would help BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 chicken dinner served by the and !Mrs Craig Carroll and spent from Sunday until HIS NEW OFFICE IS OPEN FOR !
end of this century this to clear up some of the a.m.; Worship Services 11 Homemaker's club and saw daughter, Hihary of Deer. Thursday in Los Vegas. THE GENERAL
number will increase by 26 inequities that exist today be- a.m. and 3 p.m. on second and the many arts and crafts on PRACTICE* OF OPTOMETRY.
million one in every two of tween the employed workers, fourth Sunday; Prayer Band display. IN
the working forces. The the aged, the underemployed, Mondays at noon. Mrs. Marian Hall of NOTICE '
economic result of this shift In and the highly SMYRNA MISSIONARY Jacksonville Beach, Mr. and THE NEWELL BUILDING ON LAWRENCE BLVD.
the populations is youth. This column unemployed will be BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 Mrs. Wm. Wolf of Cape Coral ROSHA'S BEAUTY SHOP Was OmittedIn 1
bewildering, as a smaller continued next week. am.; Worship Services 11 and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Error From The New Starke Telephone KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLA. 32656
number of wage earners will Vernon Olin a.m. and 7 p.m.; BTS 5:45: Martin of Daytona Beach,
replaced Mary OFFICE HOURS TElEPHONES
Directory. All Interested Persons Please : :
p.m.; Prayer Meeting spent the weekend with their
support an increasingly larger Allen, who asked to be MONDAY THRU FRIDAY OFFICE 473-2600 I IJf'iSrWt
number of S.S. beneficiaries.BROOKER' relieved as first vice- Wednesday at 7 p.m. sister and mother, Mrs. Make Note Of This Number: 964.7570 9 a.m. To 5 p.m. 5/5 8/26 HOME 964-5717
Hester
president. Lewis Smith Hicks. All of them !:r rt
'' second vice-president, Bill SCHOOL MENU
Cosgrove volunteered as third MONDAY: Sloppy Joe on _:. -
vice-president. Bill Richards bun corn, french fries apple oaioManmm EtaGLE I BudlllRICARD I :=:!
IN BRIEFBy accepted the post of Library crisp milk. MuumMM ua AI uauMi Eagte\ IIIIr-: .. .. :
Committee chairman. Peggy TUESDAYBeefaroni: I uiamoHMirfcyT -- .:
Kerrigan volunteered as sweet peas, pears, biscuits, fries! hawk ;
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Jeanette Prescott kitchen helper next meeting. butter milk.WEDNESDAY. on high/ FAMILY DISCOUNT STOMESsuper :\>
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Peg Richardson ; Meat loaf
Phone 485-1713 gave the Sick p :
Committee report. She will w-gravy, mashed potatoes, ;
BAPTIST MUSICAL accept used postage stamps to green beans applesauce, :i
The Brooker Baptist Church be sent to organizations for rolls milk.
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Youth Choir will present a charitable purposes. Emma THURSDAY: Turkey saladon 88* sale .:..
musical, "Sand Sea. Sky, & Morton treasurer, audited lettuce leaf, sweet peas, .y
Me" Sunday night May 22, at books and declared O.K. the french fries potato pie, ::
7:30: p.m. Legislative Committee. cheese bread sticks milk. I
Everyone is urged to attend. N. Olin Bill Cosgrove and FRIDAY: Bologna sandwich -
Jack Killoran proposed and peanut butter & jelly

and PERSONALSMr. Mrs. Amos Beutke accepted.A letter. was received from banana sandwich milk., potato chips, Amazing savings of 11% to 43% this Thursday, Friday] ., >& Saturday! ...

proudly announce the birth of the office of Sen. "Buddy"
their baby daughter, Allyson MacKay agreeing to speak at PERSONALS o ( !;!
Ann, Monday, May 9, in our Region 3, North Central Friends of Mrs. Lucille Ivey SAVE 21% .. VALUE PLUS! SAVE 11% SAVE11%
Alachua General Hospital. Florida Coalition of senior express their prayers for FIX-A-FLAT 2 EVEREADY 12 OZ. GUMOUT 30-OALLON I ':
She weighed 6 Ibs. 11 ozs. citizens sometime in Sep- quick recovery from a frac- INFLATES C OR D SIZEBATTERIES I CLEANS YOURCARBURETOR TRASH BAGS :.:..=.
Maternal grandparents are tember. tured arm which she injured fat FLATS! 12 OZ. PKG. OF 10 sPgPb1
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Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williams Bingo refreshments, songs, Tuesday morning.The : r O ii
and great grandmother Mrs. and jokes ended our meeting. Ladies of First Baptist 88e emam 88 : 880 88
Eva Harrell all of Brooker, People 55 and over are Church sponsored a bridal s
WAurtt' DIaC pales wA.Je WAASE BOA
shower honoring Miss Robyn 50
also great grandparents are, welcomed to our club i
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Eddy of meetings. We meet at 1 p.m.on Tinsler on Thursday night at j
Palatka.Mr. May 24 at the Pratt Street the Fellowship Hall. There ,
and Mrs. Bill Jones, are Recreation Center. were 25 guests present. After 1 VALUE PLUS! SAYE 1.08
playing several Miss VALUE PLUS!
the proud maternal grandparents -Joe Kerrigan. games MEN'S DRESS SLACKS SCENIC PRINT SHIRTSANGER
SAVE 33%
of the son of Mr and TROUSER, /
Mrs. David Brannen of DRESS, SUIT CRISP SALTINE Peice DISC. jee w.a 3. 8
:9'WA" ==- OR 2 BY
Worthington
Springs. David
Famous makar olyllng In tee% polyaatar In colorful
SKIRT HANGERS WORTZ, 1 LB. ;.Jj.JjCRACKERS
Shoatz Brannen III weighedin Fresh plaids.Mild.M.nS 32-30. dailgna.Man'a S.M.L. XL.
Alachua at 9 Ibs General and 9 ozs.Hospital Born, in in asparagus should snap when broken. 88' 288:; :

Gainesville, Monday May 9PRAYER JOHN'S Disc.PSICE WAIU.M4- 4p: : ; .1

LIST Call CoIlNI ______ s : ::
Mrs. Ruby Hayes, is still in 264-1353 Remodeling & Roofing Co. 24-9002 liy.VALUEPLUS .iii '" ""' !
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Alachua Gainesville General after Hospital undergoing in .... MAfcM CM*!** SU. /...... ft VW.I SAVE 11% VALUE PLUS! SAVE33% v /), J

surgery last week ...*.* M Tf H* flips t. Nxta. AI..... ft Vh>,rl. SHORT NECKPADLOCK PK. WOOD STONEWARE MEN'S 10-13 I ... ."U"I } 'I
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came CcmrtM ask. AI This
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Hospital Thursday but still 80..1. ur.11/d-4SbAa art 80 88e:: 88 c ?.g88C 'I ,... :{;'1
asks for our prayers. SAVE We Do Our Own Work it @ SAVE UP TO_ '.01_ SAVE 23% IfzZ3DISC. :: :.4Ii
.Pelt WAS.JI8e DISC.PRICa wAa71F82 NO-IRON DENIM SHORTS MEN'S POLO SHIRTS

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SAVE 10% S.I-I.cM.d cotton. ...n''.... '..,-C.'. knit, plackal :r.o :
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FINAL HEARING M1 FOR SIZES T-SHIRTS BOYS-1AVf43 l"l h


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LAND USE PLAN 22.88 'ia."

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Thursday, May 19, 1977 At 7:00 P.M.In _1.LBS. DRY CHLORINE 10x17" DOUBLE HIBACHI SINGLE HOT PLATE 9" OSCILLATING FAN ahorta,414. ':.:::'y\

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Starke, FloridaA VALUe PLVSISWIVEUNO SUPER BUY >kconv rse .
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13" KEROSENE 72x27" VINYL }PC. BAMBOO I SET OF 2 awn ratm.Mont 7-12._ up aoto*. Irrosa._ Mon'a 7-1* i"-.
The Proposed LAND USE PLAN 1977-1995 LAMPS. KEEP AIR MATTRESS, FISHING POLE TRANSISTORWALKIKT ,
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Bonnie Melrose Cuts It's Birthday Cake N7r'



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The big oaks now shading But why quibble over a yearor Methodist churches; and a
Melrose streets were little two leeway In the founding weekly newspaper, "Day i
acorns when the town was date, or a hundred or so dif Light." Webb's Florida adds, M
surveyed and platted by W.L. ference: in population when the however, that "a good shoemaker
Sims in 1877, and on Saturday spirit of the Centennial was Is wanted."
May 14'the unincorporatetown carried out so enthusiastically
observed Its 100th anni- as it was last Saturday? Continues the Gazeteer: "A
versary with all the line of steamers runs on Santa
traditional hoopla, from hot Neither Mr Webb nor Fe Lake from this point to
dogs to horse races. compilers of the Gazeteer Waldo, making daily trips;
would recognize the town fare 10 cents This is the
The generally accepted date today as the one they described projected terminus of the ;
for Melrose's founding Is opento a century ago (giveor Green Cove Springs and ., !
some question, however, as take a year) as being Melrose Railroad, which is I
the "Florida State Gazeteer, situated on Santa Fe Lake, only completed to Sharon I
Vol. I," published for the with its post office in Alachua from Green Cove Springs. i

period 1886-87 says the town County (J.M Barnett, post Cotton, oranges, and vegetables -
was "first settled In 1878" and master), but parts of the town are the principle ship-
lists the population as 350. also lying in Bradford, Clay, ments. Unimproved land sells

and Putnam. at $10 to $25 per acre; Im- I II
To further
complicate proved at $100 to $150. ( i' tz,, I
matters, "Webb's Historical, Says the Gazeteer: t.'t't. '
Industrial and Biographical Gainesville is the nearest Such was "Bonnie Melrose' '
Florida" published in 1885 by banking point; Waldo being 100 years ago. Last Saturdayit Fi !
Wanton S. Webb Co., of New the nearest railroad, express was quite another scene,
York, says the town was first and telegraph; station, and the with all the trappings of a
settled "about 1879" and lists shipping point. The town has Centennial celebration In-
population as 500. It seems two hotels, steam cotton gin cluding "Shake Rag" races, a
unlikely that the village could and grist mill, five stores anda costumed parade featuring
have lost 150 Inhabitants from blacksmith shop; a public vintage cars, and chicken iuiiip i
1885 to 1887, someone apparently school, Christian, Congregational dinner "on the grounds,"
miscounted heads. Episcopal, and under the spreading oaks.

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Crinolines and parasols added atmosphere to the antique
show staged In Baldwin's Store, one of the oldest commercial I
buildings in Melrose, and still In mint condition.
In its magnificent setting amid towering trees and spacious lawn Melrose
EDITORIALSLast I on Bay, the much- ""' -
I remodeled and restored Bay view, pioneer Melrose hostelry, dominated Saturday's tour of homes .

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Now owned by Dr and Mrs. James V. Freeman, of Gainesville the house was orginally built
by McKendrie Lambdin in 1878. using oak and heart pine lumber, cut In his own sawmill. According -
to "The Florida Gazeteer" Lambdin was a busy man also operating a Kay View House, M
nerving as steamboat agent and heading up 1\I.Iambdln"., fertilizer dealers.!
Chance

Stealing the show, however, Another highlight of the Melrose Bay, complete with
from these attraction: at festivities was a slide show of bird calls! The film played to

Public input at the first hearing. May One troublesome area the city must least for history buffs was old and present Melrose, packed houses at each
at intervals duringthe showing.
5, on the city's comprehensive land use face up to is the proper placement of the most tour of which of historic were homes being, presented day in the town's modern Also featured air

plan indicated a degree of interest that mobile homes. With most young couplesand opened to the public for the firehouse by Joe and Rose entertainment,was including open

was encouraging and helpful for those retirees already priced out of the first time. Complete with mary Daurer who conceivedthe country music, the Bell Choir

who have spent much time during the conventional home market, the use of gingerbread, dormer win. project, collected most of from Keystone Community
past few months in an effort to develop a mobile homes is almost certain to in- dows,gabled roofs, and period the pictures, filmed and re- Church and a pageant of
workable long-range plan.It crease as the population increases. In staircases, the lovely homes filmed them, wrote the script, early Melrose written and
were a delight to tour and and projected and narratedthe narrated by Zonira (Zee)
the past, mobile home developmentwithin attracted hundred of visitors show, ending with a Tolles, author of "Shadows on
is hoped that the final hearing, set the city has been marked by a during the day. beautiful sunset shot of The Sand"

for tonight, May 19, at 7 p.m. in the haphazard approach, with no strict

County Commission room of the new controls over the placement of such .

courthouse, will likewise draw a units, nor any control over the design of

substantial turnout of interested citizens mobile home parks.In Jim McLendon Hits Big Time
and who will
property owners freely
order to protect the investment
participate in discussion of this important
already made in homes and land, the 4
matter. With First Novel
'Deathwork9"Jim
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new comprehensive plan proposes to ( F
strengthen the controls on mobile homesin 1.
With the of Bradford
population
order that they may be properly McLendon, the little magazine articles, based on .
County expected to increase fifty percent placed in suitable locations within the Cracker boy from Raiford, his travels in such colorful I I

by 1995, and the population of city, while segregated from other typesof has struck literary gold." settings as Mexico (his
favorite and other exotic
Starke projected for a twenty-five percent housing in order to preclude any This intriguing statement spots. ),

increase over the same period, it is detrimental effects on existing neigh- headed a recent Sunday low41L -
But it took a storypart i
column by Charles Brock,
reasonable to assume that zoning and borhoods. entertainment editor of the fact, part fictionon Florida

land use problems will increase in the Florida Times-Union, and was prison lifeand deathto
same proportions. Without the tools of Other problems are likewise complex, followed by much more information bring him into the lofty ranksof
but must be met head-on if Starke is to of great interest to those struggling young
an effective land use plan and an up- grow in an orderly manner during the readers of The Telegraph and writers who finally hit the Blue Jeans and sweat shirts mingled: l "ilh gingham: : : HOVMIS: til
dated zoning code, city and county next two decades. local friends of McLendon. jackpot of literary fame and 4 the art show and sale, doing l a brisk business in tin- :Mclrose
be fortune. That, in itself, is no (community center during) the day
officials will at
a great
zoning
The "Jim" referred to is mean accomplishment, and is
disadvantage in dealing with these Tonight's hearing should be a must for James McLendon, son of Mr. usually achieved only after

problems. all interested citizens. and Mrs. R.P. (Paul and years of dedicated drudgery, LETTERS
Frances) McLendon of pounding the typewriter keys
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Starke, and better known to with time-out only to read 4 wp -
his old fne.ids of high school rejection slips.McLendon's.
days as "Spanky," a CHAMPION: EXPLAINS: So yes I am opposed to
I Why Carter Is RightAs nickname is finding hard to first novel, to HIS POSITION lilY zoning of local. propertyon
live down (tat least locally) in be brought out by the the Basis of this Land Use
spite of his literary prestigious firm of Lippincott Dear Mr. Editor: Planning. Act.
(publishers since 1792)) will
predicted in this column several Rechel reminds us that liquid and achievements. carry the attentiongettingtitle I am NOT an opponent omit The rights of the American

weeks ago, the big interests are already gaseous fossil fuels are a finite resource Already the author of one of "Deathwork" and was I zoning as you so unfairly people to own and control
work- the by his background of labeled me in your May. 12 property in land has been a
starting to tear President Carter'senergy now being drawn out of the earth by theworld's published "Papa inspired
story of Ernest Hemingway'sKey 18 years' residence at Florida article on City Land Use (historic check upon government -
conservation limb
from
program exploding population at a West years, McLendonhas State::! Prison where his father 1r hearings. So, I request that power This Land Use'
limb, each wanting it amended to continuously increasing rate. also written numerous was a senior prison official. r you print my letter and "set PljnmngAct takes away their
exempt his particular industry from any the record straight" rights to control their own
under numerous
curtailment. Und
"Both the reserves we now use and In The Year 2,(MM) I have sufficient intelligenceto humanitarian" reasons
the reserves yet to be found by well realize that as long as we There are few things more
The latest to add his voice to the drilling will all be gone in some now- _--.. have "unneighborly-Iiko" dangerous. than a
chorus was Thomas Murphy, chairmanof unknown future year," Mr. Rechel says. % TTtfPtT'S people living in towns, cities "humanitarian" with a lu.>hand
the board of General Motors Corp.In MISS- and counties there will be a a plan. During the past
"Expanding current production to THEE IS
ALL need for local and
zoning pro- five years, the federal,
support uncontrolled use will simply r 1.d .. .' .1 tection of the individual rightsof stateis. ) and local governments -
a television talk show Sunday Mr. bring the year of final exhaustion THERE AIN'T NO MORE others in these neighbor- have spent over slat( )

Murphy drew the battle lines, saying the closer." -- ............ McLKNDON and Florida's hoods. This zoning and protection million dollars on regional
nation's No..1 automaker will "lobby" in --- revived electric chair the should he administered schemes aimed at land control
Congress and with the public againstMr. "Thus," the writer concludes, "while central theme in his block by block, neighborhoodby and land is their target
promising first novel "Death- neighborhood as needed
Carter's plan providing for a tax on accelerating the exploration for these THOUGHTPRESIVENT / from the above
OHNOf! X work, to be published in and by locally elected officials I hope -
super-size, gas-guzzling autos while fuels sounds attractiveit only defers August. that are directly responsibleto you can see w hat I am for. and
buyers of fuel-efficient economy cars the time of wrenching fuel substitutions. CARTER the people. So, yes, I am for what I am opposed to -. and
would get rebates.To Production stimulation is obviously a According to an article in a local zoning based on local the reasons. Thank you.
short-run policy, and the President is \WAS Tl/ST .UDDIN G.. recent issue" of "Publishers needs of local areas and by Don Champion

justify his position, Mr. Murphy wisely asking us to view energy as a Weekly Lippincott was contractedfor says that"Deathwork" local people 838 :N. Temple Ave.Editor's

made the rather shocking proposal that long-run matter, not 'quick fix' issue in the spring of 1976 long 1IOWKVEK.) : I am opposedto
let future clean before the Supreme Court's any zoning under this i ; note: The
Congress on air
up
: decision upholding the death "Local Comprehensive Land Telegraph apologizes to :Mr.
standards on cars, which make them use With little-known coal reserves, ill penalty, the sensational Gary Use Planning Act of 1975." Champion for misinterpreting
more gasoline. Even if this would solve vanishing forests (much of the available rNn3 Gilmore execution, and the This law is UnAmerican and his remarks to mean that he is
the problemwhich it wouldn'twe wood has already been cut and burned) 0 current controversy over the about as "local" as the an opponent of ALL zoning.

can't see breathing noxious fumes in and inadequate or zero oil production in .. N U.S.A. impending execution ofFlorida's federally controlled EPA future However must, since comply zoning with in the the
death-row inmatesin IIUD, OEO, OSHA, DOT
impure air to afford the all but six countries, we can no longer land.
just someone the electric chair where 196 LEAA and all the rest of the Use Plan it is difficult to
luxury of riding in oversize splendor. have our cake and eat it too. prisoners met their death national bureaucratic see how the two elements of

between October 7. 1924, and "alphabet soup" groups to the overall program can be
Mr. Rechel is unqualified in his endorsement 12 when it last it mildly. The thing separated.)
Mr. Murphy also made the weak May 1964 was put only
argument that twenty-three cent of of President Carter's energy used. local about this law is the first
per policies which are designed to stretch word in the title and it calls A CONTRASTING
American families have five
or more novel is built around to do the VIEWPOINT
out the drawing down of U.S. territorial ? The an
members and need larger cars which imaginary one-day chain of panning or the state will do it
of oil and the
might not get high mileage. We haven'tseen reserves gas over longest events on Florida prison's for them. There is no Dear Sir:
a medium size car yet which practical period. He points out that this death row. Four consecutive guarantee of the rights of the Watergate the Impeachment
wouldn't accommodate five would buy valuable time in the electrocutions are plannedand individual property owner inland threat, and finallythe
persons development and widespread use of the story is told in flashbacks only, for more controls resignation of a duly
fairly comfortablyor or even six, if the synthetic crude oil from coal, shale rock, of the lives of all concerned and to aid in enforcement.This elected President are concerns -
need arises. And besides, families that sands. wouldbe : hard-bitten prison is a police state law and of mine that Instill a
could afford a gargantuan gas-guzzler or tar Development costs officials, insatiable news we "locals" are being told we fear that government of the
lower in the long run, and less public r and the condemned must
probably have two or more cars anyway ; reporters participate. people, by the people, and for
money will be wasted by federal energy CAST DROP themselves three men and a the people will perish in future
Mr. agencies in hasty crash programs if the THE -' woman. As a matter of record, Our State RepresentativeFrank generations.
is
Apparently Murphy taking the
purely corporation viewpoint that was fuel we now have available is stretchedout <" ,,i II:w. (See Page 6) B'i he had Williams"voted wrote against me that this Thecampaign destroy the
as far as possible. effectiveness of a duly elected
expressed by a prior GM official several piece of trash meaning this .
President by a special interest
years ago when he made the famous And while we're on the subject of Ri:, Land Use Planning Act of group who are in the

statement that "What's good for General "stretching out," we don't believe that 4 1975. He said also, that'"the' minority, but had the powerful

Motors is good for the country." even Mr. Carter has mentioned the p mi ijjiitpt withholding of revenue weapons to destroy the intelli-
j krivl sharing; dollars and other gence and reason of the w hole
purely-pleasure use of such luxury itemsas saswtaiC State dollars is the baseballbat people does not necessarilymean
In the meanwhile, the rest of us mammoth travel homes, which the state will use to enforce that their campaign wasa

should pay heed to the warning of RalphE. probably get five or six miles to the % 'ere G BOtf' G. FEHGWSOM JOHN M. MILLER the law" And I ask -. success in brainwashing the
.
Rechel, a transportation and gallon, and diesel-drinking boats that Publishers Isn't this some kind of "local" entire nation.I. .

economic development consultant who consume energy like it was going out of Published each Thursday and entered ee second das Matter at the Poet Office at Stark', cia. under blackmail by the State? It for one, am sure that the
has studied energy problems for many style. Actof March 3. 1879. the would Federal not surprise me a bit If silent majority is a force to be

years.In Subscription rate in trade area: 7 per year: 4 six months. blackmailed the government State into reckoned with.

Those, also, might be fertile fields to Outside trade area: $8 per year: M.50 six months. passing this law. with the
a recent newspaper article entitled look into if we have to finally choose Phone 964-6306 Slarke Fla: threat of withholding federal -John P. Pappas
137 N, Walnut St.Irlrr .
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May 19 TELEGKAHI Pane l II.\


Badcock Tops Misfits

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Slide Into First PlaceIn -Jamboree- Fan


what may be the preview John Watson the shut out DuPont 17-0 last It's put up or shut up for While the Jamboree is a
topped
of the championship for the Merchants hitters knocking Wednesday night, Tornado football fans at the chance for the fans to see the
Friday May 27, spring Tornadoes against other
first half of the season Bad- two home and Donny Wheeler smackedtwo
runs bringing in
Jatnboree In schools from
Gainesville thearea. it's alsoa
cock scored seven In the
runs home
five runs. Tom Reddish had a runs In the first
bottom of the sixth to edge the home run and a single while inning to get the Misfits off good money maker for the
David Hurse said for team. Profit from the
Misfits and take over the leadin Ronnie Thomas had a double and running. For the night Coach game; is
the Mens Open League slow and a single.; Wheeler was 4 for 4 with 4 the past two years jamboree split equally between the
officials have tried to excludethe schools
pitch Softball sponsored by the RBI's. participating
Starke Recreation Depart Steve Cox had two triples Tornadoes from the an- Tickets for the Jamboreeare
ment. Badcock 14-Law ley 5 Fred Wheeler a double and a nual Spring contest held at available at reduced rules
Badcock scored in every single, and Randall Thomas Florida Field. if bought; in advance at the
Badcock I II. :Misfits inning while Lawtey could had two singles for the Misfits. school. Adult tickets at the
Badcock used the long ballto score only in the fourth as Misfits pitchers Fred :)il k" "They say we won't draw school are $:J! and at the 'gate .! ,
from Badcock went on to win 14-3 ._. ,_ ._,
earn a come behind 14- Wheeler with the support of -- --'-- -- -- '- enough people to warrant us are $2:! 50Hurse ,
10 win Monday night over the last Wednesday night. his defense held DuPont to Iteturning letterman of offense are split end Allen Norman, tight end Kenny Rodrigue, being there but I think we
:Misfits. Bill Malone hit two Big hitters for Badcock just three hits. split end Stanley Williams and tight end David Walker. can," Hurse said. said that lor the past 1
home runs. Steve Cubbageand two years he's almost had to
I
Larry :Mercer ,had one were Skippy Crawford 3 for 4 With the win over the beg officials to a 110Ihl'
homer each and Charlie with i two doubles and Bill Misfits, Badcock takes sole In Spring Football Tornadoes to play so this ear
Green had a triple for Bad- Jackson 3 for 3 with a double. possession of first place with a a good; home turnout is ab
cock. Larry Mercer had a double 2.0 record. The Misfits are in solutelv necessary
The :Misfits out hit Badcock and a triple. Bill Malone had a second at 21. Lawtey and the
iH-12: but three costly errors in first inning home run. Merchants are tied at 1-1 and Hurse Looks] For LeadershipCoach
the .sixth helped Badcock All six of Law tey hits camein DuPont is last at 03. V. Gridders
cruse a two run :Misfit lead the fourth inning spurt. Hal Next week DuPont and --
For the :Misfits Handall Iliggmbotham; ; had a double to Badcock play Monday, May David Hurse said the these problems is for these Hancock agreed with Hurse's Coach Hurse acknowledgedthe
Thomas had two singles; and a spur the rally. 23. at 7:30: and the Merchantstake Tornado football team made kids to work hard in the comments on Cruce. play of the veterans on And Seniors
double Wayne Harper ,had on Lawtey at 8:45.: On good progress during the past summer and hope by Fall "Marcus is doing a good job. defense. Seniors Mart}'
two doubles. Donny heeler' :Misfits 17-UuPontO Wednesday. Lawtey meets week, especially on defense, they've worked the problemsout He's working for the first timeat Russell at defensive tackle
had a single; and a double, and The :Misfits grabbed a 10-0 DuPont and the Merchants but the week hasn't been ," Hurse said. center and he's getting and Kenneth Cruger at nose
l David Bennett had two lead in the first and went on to play the Misfits. trouble free. Hurse said he was pleased better every day," Hancock guard are both two year BattleSp.tii.
singles Hurse said he ran the team with individual efforts of tight said. letterman and linebacker
"For Hudcock Bill :Malone off the field Monday because it end Kenny Rodrigue, a senior Coach Mike Sexton Lawrence Patrick is a first Tonight ''Thursdd\ :M.iI I II!
was the man of the hour.Malone's Brooker Wins Tourney was getting nothing done. letterman; tight end David described the defense's year letterman. at 8 p m the annual \.irsii.s \-
: two' homers and a Walker, a senior lettermanand progress as "on schedule." Progress in the defensive the departing!! Seniors !g.uin1
single drove in six Badcock The Brooker Men's softball In the opener Brooker out "We had a complete lack of offensive tackle Kevin Only major change on backfield is slow, according to takes place and the s.'IIII1I"seem *
runs. Larry :Mercer had a team won its first tournament slugged Trigraphics 18-5 but leadership hustle and desire," Neel, a senior letterman. defense Sexton has made this Coach Denny Hansen becauseof confident! of Motors
,single double and home run to sweeping four games to win in the second game Brooker Hurse said."Offensively. week is moving first year the lack of experienced "
earn ::1) KBIs.Merchants' the 2nd Annual Lowes Softball bats cooled as they picked up we have not Hurse said that junior letterman Rowland Cum- players. \\e should beat '(-111. linohacker
Tournament in Alachua. only seven hits but still had a good week," Hurse said, Marcus Cruce has shown mings from defensive tackleto Hansen said the inexperienced Lee Casey said 'Tin-
: IS-Dul'ont 13 Brooker posted wins over managed to nip the Starke "we have a long way to go." improvement at center and defensive end. players aren't sure only' problem we'll haMwe're i is
l Dul'ont kept plugging away Trigraphics of Gainesville, Merchants 42. Ball handling and timing in has worked out problems "He could be one of the most of what to do and can't give a little out ol shapeThe
at the :Merchants but just the Starke :Merchants and the The third game for Brookerwas the backfield plus problemswith snapping the ball. Cruce Is a physical defensive ends we've 100 per cent. entire hal'klll'hi t Irnni/
couldn't! quite suing; the game Misfits: of Starke to take first also a tight defensive the passing game were non-letterman who is also had in the last two or three "They hesitate and by the last >ear's district. Hampton/
there way as they lost 13-13 place.SAVE battle as they edged the some of the problems Hurse working at offensive guard years," Sextion said referringto time they figure out where ship team will he playing tin'
Misfits 52. Jimmy Temple pointed out. and defensive tackle. Cummings who will be a they're suppose to be it's too the seniors Jimmy l're\att
a. nara. paced the Brooker hitting "The only way to overcome Offensive line coach Bob senior next year. late," Hansen said will play quarterback.: J mint
attack,going 3-3. Other hitters Clark will be at lullh.uk aim
were Dave Prescott, Ed Allen Andrew Carter. Sam Hi-nm-n.
and Chuck Meckam, all 2 for Madison St. and KennAco will In- ,II

5'sON i: 4.In the finals Brooker was Baptist, First Presbyterian running back
"We ought to kill 'em cm I th<-
forced into extra innings in outside" {'asey, ,said,
YOUR CAR. VAN CAMPER. MOTORHOME beating Trigraphics for the
championship 98. Battle For City Church Softball LeadMadison ('asey explained that main
Joey Sanderfer scored the of the players (in too nui,rli:
,
,
.S'MICROTEST winning run for Brooker. are inexperienced
Sanderfer led off the eighth Street and presbr.- double and a triple, Dale Haas Crawford in the eighth inning For First Baptist Greg Coach David Hurse aid
TRANSMISSION OIL COOLER with a single and Gene terian each picked up had two doubles, Larry allowed Morgan Road to score Alvarez had two doubles he's looking! lorvuirci 'to t tin-
Raulerson smashed a hit to Men's Church League Softball Paterson had a double and a the winning runs Presbyterian is still in first !game!
1 right to bring Sanderfer in to action sponsored by the single Buddy Paterson had a First Baptist did most of its with an 8-1 record followed
Stops overheating score. Starke Recreation Depart- single and a home run. Bruce scoring In the first inning. closely by Madison Street 7-1 I "It will he warm up I lor I the
Extends transmission life Raulerson was the top hitter ment to remain in a tight race Jackson and Mike. Sanders when they scored eight runs The Senior Boys upped their Jamboree plus the people w ill
Protects warranty for Brooker going 4 for 4. for first place. had solo home runs. on four hits.Morgan record to 5-4 First Baptist get their first look at nextyear's
NOW $3495 I Chuck Meckham and San Games this week: Road was led by dropped one game to fall to 3- \team and their last lookat
Easy installation ONLY ''I derfer were each 3 for 4. Madison St.26-Grace 2 Cory Brown with four singles, 5. Grace is 2-7 in fifth and t many" of the !graduating!
The final standings for the Sr. Boys 11-Morgan Rd.7 Madison St. used a tough de- Ricky Johns with a home run Morgan Road won their first seniors Hurse said
STARKE MOTOR PARTS tournament were Brooker Three doubles: and two fense that allowed Grace only and two singles Bud Bayles but is still last 18.\ The seniors will have Steve
first, Trigraphics second, homes runs in the fourth inning three hits and committed only and Brodrick Crawford had On Friday First Baptist Earnest: and Lawrence
155 BrownleeSt Starke 964-6060 Misfits third and the Starke lifted the Senior Boys one error as they went on to two singles and Jeffery Jockel takes on Madison Street and Budget! at tight!! end! and! of
Merchants were fourth. past Morgan Road 117. win 262. the had a single and a double. the Senior Boys meet Grace lensivitackle and .Jet lery
In the fourth Kevin Tillman, Randy Jones was Jockel will start at center
Dinky Kilby and Wade leading hitter for Madison
Winkler hit doubles and Street with two singles, a Blue Pushes Off (On defense .lav tillcl\\; 11\ .mil
Randy Crews and Jerry double and a home run. Joey Baptist ,,,.,,Kei.tht.Car! tey .:.\Il1.:1/ ..: ;.n
Blalock had back to back Bennett had two home runs defensive ends Jimim Cl.nk i
& home runs for the Senior and a double, Stewart Duncan and Let: Casev, will be: in I iii,'

Fast Boys. nad Blalock three had two doubles singles, Eddie and a Off To Perfect 4-0 StartFirst linebacker sl For Morgan Road Jeffery
and Williamshad llurse said that Ihr
double Lamar
Jockel had two triples, Baptist Blue ran their each had two hits and Cassie seniors ,should have a Ube I
Raymond Whittle had three two Milton singles.and Pat Welch record to 4-0 with a 16-8 win Riddick had a single. defensive secondary! ,Erie:
singles and David Gaines and Jerry over Grace Baptist while the First Baptist Gold out hit Biggs; ( and Charlie Hevel: will
had back to back hits in the
Cory Brown had two singles. Grace Fellowship Angels kept a lockon the Fellowship Angels but play cornerhack. KennevAvcox.
\ fourth to help score second with a 9-5 win over committed 14 errors as they Franklin hell and
furious Presby. 13-Grace 3 their two runs. First Baptist Gold this week in lost 95.Jackie. Richard Hall will\ be playing
Presbyterian scored seven Morgan Rd. 15-F. Baptist 12 Women's Church League slow Hersey and Mary at safety,
runs in the first inning and six Morgan Road went into pitch Softball sponsored by the Hersey had two hits for the
more in the third as they went extra innings to gain its first Starke Recreation Depart Angels. Nurse said he's hoping our a I
on to beat Grace 153. win of the season, 15-12, over ment. Vickie McKinney and good turnout and said he
Presbyterian had good First Baptist. Loretta Marchant had three expects the game to In1 e\

SeWatoonWED. \\ distribution on their hitting. Singles by Cory Brown, The Blue used a tight hits for Gold Gwen Moxley citing"Ve're(,
Randy McGovern had a Jeffery Jockel and Brodrick defense to_get past Grace. and two hits.Carolyn Sapp each had dead serious about
Grace managed five hits this and
only game( we want to
Blue is in first place with a
during the game. Eve Futch win." Hurse said
4-0 record. Fellowship Angelsare
iGT' had hits
two while Lanette
I second with a 3-1 record. llurse said the :seniors
.1.,0 Griffis, Linda Thomas and Grace Baptist is third with a I3 \1- might have an advantage because
Energy Savings Theresa Norman each
pickedup
on a hit.Tareasa. record and First Baptist they are more mature
Gold is still looking for their and have more experience but
Going first win at 04. he added last year the \varsitv
Hobbs led the Blue Next Monday Grace takeson beat I the out going!! senior.
CENTRAL HEAT & AIR attack with two singles and a First Baptist Gold and the team
THURS. FRIDAY & SAT. double. Vorase Jones Debra Fellowship Angels meet First Tickets for the !game are SJ:!
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the past two weekendsthe warmed up their bats and game was only the second of Stuart National Bank 19-14 of confidence in each other,"
Hasty Greene players Oglivie Electronics was the the day for State and they and Sub Tropic 119. Thomas said.Thomas _
have been very busy in two unfortunate team in Hasty were sitting there waiting for Once again waiting In the said. that _
separate tournaments they Greene's way. Hasty Greene Hasty Greene. State won the wings was State Mutual but from sponsors Angus Hastings
played 17 games in four days smashed 24 home runs in the final by a 21-17 count with the Hasty Greene didn't go and Richard and Judy Cun- 1MIM
and finished second both game on the way to 54-10 Hasty Greene taking second. down without a fight. They ningham have also helped the St BANTMI Mt4N
times victory."It Johnell Smith and Dennis handed State their first loss of team.
The Action Welding was the first time all Crawford tied for the home the tournament 20-11 but ran "When we came off the field
Tournament and the year we've put the bats run trophy with Steve Phillipsof out of gas in the second game Sunday Richard and Judy had
Gainesville Invitational together! ," Thomas said. State Mutual with 12 each. and lost 3528. the food waiting for us in their
Tournament attracted some Being in the losers bracket Leading hitters were Terry Terry Strattan won the camper," Thomas said. l
of the toughest teams in the Hasty Greene had an up-hill Strattan .619 with 10 home home run title for the tour. The next tournament will be
state and Coach Ronnie battle on Sunday, playing four runs, Dennis Crawford .633 nament with 15. Dennis this weekend in Titusville. All
Thomas's team had a fine games to get to the finals. with 12 home runs, Wesley Crawford had 12 home runs proceeds for the tournamentwill
showing in both of them To get to the finals they Sheffield .632 with 9 home and Johnell Smith had 11. go to the family of a
Hasty Greene opened the posted wins of 17-2 over the runs Gene Melvin .613 and Dennis Crawford had the player from Titusville who
tournament in Jacksonvillewith Jacksonville Omegas, 36-14 Johnny Powell .586. high average for the tour- died of a heart attack while 4
a 20-19 win over Ray's over the Pa la Ik a A's a 24-12 In the Gainesville tour nament with a .710. Other big playing this year. f H
Metal Works of Waldo but lost revenge win over A.B. Pauls nament Hasty Greene got in hitters for Hasty Greene were
their second game to A.B. and a 26-9 win over hot water right off the bat. Terry Strattan .684, and
Pauls of Jacksonville 20-19, Paramount Press. They lost in their first game to Wesley Sheffield .617. The Spanish plate fleets
putting them into the losers In the finals Hasty Greene Sub Tropic and faced the Thomas said the defensive that carried the treasure of
bracket, met State Mutual who is grind of the losers bracket play of shortstop Ray Hull, the New World to Spain In 1 1i'
In their third game they!; ranked 11th in the nation. The again.In Tommy Dobies and pitcher the 17th century carried I
two other games Earl Robbins was important. more than gold and silver for
Saturday Hasty Greene beat Spain's coffers. Scholars + M
Gatorettes Win the Saints 16-3 and Marion Thomas said that even estimate that up to 25 per
I Tire of Ocala 3014. though his team couldn't win cent of the treasure aboardthe
Greene Softball (First (l-r)
The Hasty team: row :
On had to the tournaments he thinks the contra
Sunday Hasty win galleons was
Powell Melvin and Kin: I Kohhins.
Gene Melvin Kitchens. Hull.Johnny Gary
Lynwood Itay
will be band wealth
Alachua four to reach the finals experience helpful. smuggled
TourneyThe games
Second Ronnie Thomas Sheffield Dennis ('ro rord. (Iaany :.MtKinm-y, TerryStraltan
row: Wesley
and they did just that. They "Right now we're in the best destined for private hands,
and Jonhell Smith.
beat Canaveral 122, Green physical shape we've been in National Geographic says. Tony.Dobies J
Starke Gatorettes Against the host GP's of Machine from Starke 20-15, all year and we've gained a lot
fought through the losers Alachua the Gatorettes
Mets 1st
bracket to win their first slow proved to be rude guests witha I
pitch Softball tournament of 22-3 victoryA
the year last weekend in tight 118 victory Sundayover
Alachua. Nettles Sausage put the In DYB
Problems with pop-ups in Gatorettes into the finals Dominos 5
the first game cost the against undefeated Daniels Challenge
Gatorettes a 10-8 loss to Lumber. AmericanThe
Daniels Lumber of Lake City. In the opening game of the
"It was one of those games finals the Gatorettes took
where everything we did was advantage of seven errors to FallIn Upset BidThe Mets held off the

wrong We waited to the sixth win 104. ', f Braves and the Angels to
inning( before we decided to In the second game of the ,.rw9 nil NJ v I r capture first place in the
get the ball on the ground; finals the Gatorettes fell opening half of the Dixie
Coach !Mark Kendal said behind quickly as five errorsin Youth Baseball American
Gatorettes had their Betty Jean Hudson had a MacDonalds 30 DuPont 15
about the Gatorettes 17 fly the first inning gave first close call of the season triple and a home run, Pam DuPont showed much League sponsored by the
outs Daniels a 5-0 lead. this week but managed!: to Johns had a double and a improvement but it wasn't Starke Recreation Depart
On the Gatorettes In the of the second a
Saturday top ment.
and remainIn
unscathed
escape single and Joy Manes had a enough as MacDonalds wenton
fought back to win three controversial call over an first place in women's openSoftball home run. to win 3015. In games this week:
games by big margins In the appeal play went in favor of play sponsored by the j\Jt'lsI9-L.GoldIO

first game the Gatorettes the Gatorettes and took the Starke Recreation Department For the Gatorettes Francis DuPont for the first time The Mets used a balanced ,
M
whipped Leather Luggage of wind out of Daniels sails The
five Coltrane had two doubles anda this year had a lead. Going in scoring attack to beat Lawtey I
Gainesville 146 with Terri Gatorettes scored
home run,Deborah Carr had to the bottom of the third they Gold 19.10.Emmett.
Coburn 4 for 4. straight runs and went on to
going In games this week: Watkins had the
Wilkersona
led tied
and the
two doubles Nancy 4-3 score was
In the second game the win 169. the Gdtorettesll -Domino's 9 home run and a single and after four at 1010. But big stick for the Mets hitting
Eddie'sKitchen hitters for
Gatorettes blasted Leading The Domino's were one out three doubles and
Susan Blalock and Merri MacDonalds exploded for five a single
Gainesville Terri Coburn
of 244. Gatorettes were away from handing the Gator- Omsbee had two singles each. runs in the fifth, added morein Other Met hitters were Dan
had back Violet Kendall and
Paula Barton to .488
455 their first loss but the I
ettes the sixth and scored six in !Mike Lemire slides under the tag of Angels pitcher Fred Duffy with two doubles, Lionel
back home runs in the game. Deborah Carr 440. couldn't
.Gatorettes just beheld Griffis double and
the seventh. 'onner to score for the liraves. a a single,
Domlno'slZMacDonalds 2 Jeff Coltrane a double and a'
The Domino's scored eight For MacDonalds Edith Sapp triple and Jimmy Schoeing I
SUZUKI OF TARKE In the bottom of the sevenththe runs in the first inning to take was the leading hitter with had a triple.
Gatorettes scored five control over MacDonalds and four doubles and a single. I
(For Lawtey Gold Eddie I
runs with two out to tie the went on to win 122. Carolyn Wilkerson had three Three Tie In NationalThe Herndon, Anth Williams and
304 E. Call Starke Fla.
964.6020 after the I
score at 9-9 trailing doubles and a single, Sharon Mitch Williams had two
entire ball game. Singles by For the Domino's Linda Lee Kilby had three doubles and singles each and Brian Camp
USED BIKES Terri Colburn and Violet had two singles, Betty Jean two singles, Ginny Kilby two Giants Pirates and errors by the Giants helped had a double
Kendall and a double by Hudson had three hits and
singles and a double Belinda
Dodgers all tied for first placein score three Pirate runs Braves 19-Angels 3
TS 90 SUZUKI C/C Francis Coltrane kept the Cinthia Williams had a double Kilby had two doubles, Gloria Dixie Youth Baseball Scott Hudson pitched a no

Rebuilt $295 rally alive. and a home run. Sapp had a double and a single National League and a playoffis In the last inning pinch hitter in the Braves 193 win

The Gatorettes ended the For MacDonalds Elsie and Andrea Eaves had two scheduled later this week to hitter Donnie Wilkerson over the Angels.
e CL 175 HONDA game in the eighth when Johns had two singles. singles. determine the winner. smashed a hard drive to the Hudson struck out eight

360 Nancy Wilkerson hit a home For DuPont Teila Mercer In games this week: right-center-field fence Angel batters but gave up
run with Judy Williams on Gatorettes 23-Dupont 5 had three singles Mary Dodgers 12I.. Blue 6 scoring Kenny David from eleven walks.
first to the Pirates
Mike
give the For the Braves
TC 100 SUZUKI first. DuPont managed to last five Felton had a home run and a Pitcher Clayton Norman win.
TC 185 SUZUKI innings before the Gatorettesput single,Marion Bryant had two struck out 13 and held Lawtey Lemire had a double and a
Rebuilt $585 Rebuilt $395GT Both teams played out- the game on ice with a four doubles, Murley Blankenship Blue to just four hits in leadingthe Both sides had excellent single(; Jeff Taylor hit two
standing defense, each run burst in the top of the fifth had a double and a single and Dodgers to a 12-6 victory.For pitching. Richie Fender for singles and Rick Welch had a
185 SUZUKI KAWASAKI 750 cc making two double plays and Sheila Cox had a home run. the Giants gave up only five double.
Lawtey Bruce Simmonswas Angels 6-!Mets 2
$1230G.T several leaping catches taking The Gatorettes again hits and struck out 10 while
$595 away sure hits. displayed another big offensive The Gatorettes in first at 5- a one man offensive show Craig Sapp was very tough The Angels and the Mets
550 SUZUKI Like New $1245 (For the Domino's Linda Lee show, pounding out 21 0, the Domino's second at 32. with two home runs. allowing only five hits and each had only two hits (Friday
had two singles and a double. hits. Merri Ormsbee was 4 for MacDonalds is third 2-3 and For the Dodgers Bruce striking out five. night but a first inning control
4 with three singles and a DuPont is last at 05. Rehberg had two triples and a Billy Clarson and Randy problem by Mets pitcher
double Violet Kendall had two single, Clayton Norman had a Parado had doubles and Emmett Watkins gave the
Andy
double and a single Angels six walks and allowed
Manufacturers doubles and a single while Today May 19 DuPont plays Chaff had a triple for the them
to
score six runs.
Karen Purpura and Nancy Domino's and the Gatoretteshost Giants.
After the first inning wild-
had
Wilkerson each two MacDonalds.On .
Pirates 5-Giants 4
ness Watkins settled down
and double. Francis
singles a The Pirates halted their Dodgers 17 Pirates 5
allowing no hits and strikingout
Sales Room Coltrane had a double and a Tuesday Domino's play losing streak with a come Clayton Norman and Steve nine but his teammateswere
home run. MacDonalds and the Gator- from behind win over the Little combined pitching also being shut down.

For DuPont Sherry Cole had ettes play DuPont. Giants that forced the league efforts to hold the Pirates to Fred Conner and Leslie
WholesaleOffering I two singles. into a three way tie. just, two hits, striking out 11 on Morris teamed to pitch the
the way to a 17-5 victory. two hitter for the Angels(;
ThT r Down 4-2 in the fifth Marty Norman and Little helped Morris had a triple and
Irons hit a double to fire the their cause with a bat also. Blain Dyal a single to help the
Pirate rally Three costly Little had a double and a in their first
_r_____ _u_ _"'_'__ __- single arid Norman had a Angels inning

triple and Robert spurt.L.. Gold 16 Angels II I.
TEST DRIVE Carver also pickup two hits Ten walks and seven errors
MEN'S for the Dodgers. were enough to pull Lawtey
Craig Sapp had a double for Gold by the Angels 16-11 last I'

.. TIlE AMAZING the Pirates. Wednesday.Mitch .
DRESS PANTS Williams had a double
Giants 13-L, Blue and a triple and Lex Parrish
John Benett had a good had two singles for Law ley.
SOLIDS & FANCYS $ night and a bad night. He held Anth Williams held the

t Lawtey Blue hitless and Angels to just four hits and
% Double Knit RabbitMILLERBROWN struck out 10 but he gave up 14 struck out six.Braves .
1pO I walks,as the Giants held on to 16L..Gold IS
win 13-8. The Braves squeezed out a
Sizes 28-42 The Giants were held to just
one run victory over Lawtey
Sizes 44-48 four hits but 10 Lawtey Blue Gold 16-13 last Thursday.
errors helped them to score. Scott Hudson was the big
T stick for the Braves with t two
2ForThePrice J'O At press time the. playoff triples. Jeff Taylor, Charles
schedule for first place had Strickland, and Mike Waters
not been established also had two hits for the
The second half season

opens.Monday with the evening.Anth Williams had two

f One'4th L MOTORS Pirates meeting Lawtey Blueinfawtey.Tuesday doubles and a triple to lead
the Giants Lawtey's attack. Lex Parrish
4222 N W. 13th ST. U.S. 441 NORTH GAINESVILLE take on the Dodgers.
_---- .,-- _ -.- -_-_-..--- __ also had a good night going 3
for 3 with a double. Mitch
We Are Reducing Williams and Brian Camp

-" each picked up two hits.
Our Entire Inventory The Mets ended the first

;,; half of the DYB American
Of Men'sDRESS RQE League with a 6-3 record and
.CA first place. The Braves moved
into second with! a 5.4 record.
I The Angels finished third at 4-
C 5 and Lawtey Gold .was last
with a 3-6 record.
The second half season
Over
starts Monday with the Mets
meeting the Braves. Wed-
nesday Lawtey ,Gold meets
To Make Room For ] $ 2,00 W J.e the Angels.

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Sara Hope Holliday and Donald G. Effrain .
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I Wed Saturday At United Methodist Church '\ asocial May 19.1977'
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Miss Sara Hope Holliday Mrs. Harold Bishop attended Holliday niece of the bride SS ar[ 1egrap4:
daughter A.N. Holliday and the bride as matron of Little Miss Sabrina Holliday, 'J'

the late Mrs. Holliday, and honor.Bridesmaids were Mrs. niece of the bride, attended as }' rtl (it.J,. m. l, Jlt
Donald G. Effrain, son of Mr. Arthur Holliday, sisterinlawof flower girl.Ismail d w
and Mrs. Donald Effrain of the bride, and Miss Suzanne Saleh of Jacksonvillewas The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven Sod.I'J.lo.
Smyrna, Ga. were united in best man and Arthur L.
14 at Holliday, brother of the bride, >
marriage Saturday, May "
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United groomsman.The
2 p.m. in the First Y." '" 'II"
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Methodist Church. lIEF'' 1 couple will make their -I i'
home in Atlanta, Ga. the end
Rev. George Harper per- .
formed the alter ceremony of this month where Mr. Ef : Donna Prevatt Mindy Sue Miles and Donald DuPree

uniting the couple. frain is employed with ".-- 'I

.,: \ Holiday Inn. Mrs. Gerald Wilson Honored At Wed April 15 At Highlands Church
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Ruth Hazen Chris Wilson ShowerMiss
" Miss Mindy Sue Miles
.
; Spring Dinner 1t New PresidentOf Donna Prevatt whose daughter of Mr.and Mrs. R.E.
, J II Honored At marriage to Michael Hartleywill Miles Jr. of Starke and
9 Junior ClubMrs. be an event of June 11, Donald Bruce DuPree son of
Party May Coke PartyMiss was honored at a linen shower Mr. and Mrs. D.H. DuPree of
,"f' Wilson May 13 given by Mrs. James Jacksonville, were united in
Gerald was
The Alpha Gamma Chapterof Kimrey and Mrs. William marriage April 15 at 8 p.m. in
of the
: Ruth Hazen, whose installed president
Alpha Delta I! Kappa, .. Barclay at the home of Lt. Col. the Highlands United
Woman's Club at its
marriage to Harold Davis will Junior
teaching sorority, met May 9 Methodist Church in Jackson-
(Ret) and Mrs. RE. Barclayin
be annual Saturday,
at the Episcopal Parish House an event of May 27, was banquet St. Augustine. ville with Rev. J. Philip
for the Spring Dinner Party. honored at a Coke party May 14, at the Garden. those attendingfrom Norman performing the
Among
President Gladys Thomas Saturday, May 14, given by Restaurant. Starke were Mrs. J.T. candlelight ceremony.
Curtis Sanders
welcomed the members and Mrs. Harry Green and Mrs. mother of the Decorating the altar were
Prevatt Jr.
I guest, Becky Dobbins. (".'er. "._ ,.....: daughter, Eoline, Mrs. M.G. president of the Woman's Clubof honoree, Mrs. Gregory arrangements of white and r4
and Mrs. Robert
L The Parish House was decorated Myrtlce Williamson McMillan and daughter, Starke, Alvarez and Mrs. W.H.! Agin. yellow carnations and
installed the
following
Hjalmar, Mrs. Ben Moxleyand Autry
I with lovely spring Candles andgreenery
Miss Prevatt was given a greenery.
daughter, Lynn, and Mrs. officers to serve with Mrs.
i flowers. The dinner table Miss Williamson, set of linens by the hostessesas were used in the
Wilson Mrs. J.C. Dukes, first
George H. Pierce and :
.'. setting carried out the spring a memento of the occasion. windows and a floral arrange-
daughter, Lynn, at the homeof vice-president; Mrs. Robert
r, theme with place cards and ment was on the organ.
1, programs for the evening. Lynn McCullough the latter on Gene Drive. Hall, second vice-president; Yvonne Sirmones organist,
After the delicious turkey Greeting the guests at the Mrs. Sharon Hyres, Hatcher III and Jack Matthews and
dinner and trimmings, the Engagement Told door were the honoree, her secretary; Mrs. William Mrs. Brenda Bartley. soloists, 1 11lrs.
mother Mrs. Jack Hazen and Abrams, treasurer.
group was entertained by the Honored At presented a program of
mother of the prospective Members and guests were
"Something Good Singers. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Williamson nuptial music.
t The singers included Vickie announce the engagementof groom, Mrs. F.B. Davis. seated at a U-shaped table Stork ShowerMrs. Mark DuPree attended his
Carver, Stacy Denmark, Lynn their daughter, Myrtice, to The refreshment table was where arrangements of brother as best man. Ushers
r' Loper, Patti Mullins, Todd, Lynn McCullough, son of Mr. covered with a white linen daisies and roses centered were Daniel Miles, brother of i
cloth edged with lace and with pastel candles were Harry Hatcher, III was I
Cana and Dirk Schmidt. and Mrs. Lester McCullough, the bride, Herman McClellanand
i' Hostesses for the eveningwere all of Hampton.A centered with a crystal bowl placed along the tables. honored at open house and Greg DuPree, brother of
holding blue hydrangea. The approximately) 38 attending baby shower Friday evening
Gladys Thomas, Er- June wedding is plannedand the groom.
The coke table in the game included past May 6, given at the home of
nestine Denmark, and Verna will be announced at a Karl Miles served her sisteras
Schmidt. later date. room was covered with a presidents, past Clubwomenof Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Waterson maid of honor. Attendantswere
white and lace cloth and the Year and members. West Madison Street. Robin Moore of
centered by a crystal punch During the steak dinner, Co-hostesses were Mrs. Jim Keystone Heights Julie
bowl holding cokes. Presiding Mrs. Autry, outgoing Lewis, Mrs. R.A. Colson, Mrs. Brinson and Karen Smallwoodof
Dwight Slater'sFood at this table were the four president, briefly spoke on the Mervin Jackson, Mrs. Mark Jacksonville.The .
daughters, Eoline, Hjalmar, high points of the club's efforts Milner and Mrs. Larry Baker. maid of honor and at.
& Scat Lynn Moxley and Lynn during the past year. The refreshment table was tendants were gowned alike in
Pierce. An award was given to Mrs. covered with a biege lace floor length, mint green,
The hostesses gave the Wilson as the Clubwoman of cloth and centered with an miracle with long
Open US. 301 S. honoree a serving bowl to her the Year, which is her second arrangement of spring sleeves crepe and gowns flocked with -

7 A M. ,12 P.M. A Walnut St. chosen china pattern as a year in a row to receive the flowers flanked by yellow flowers, ending in a ruffle with
memento of the occasion.One award. Mrs. J.C. Dukes tapers. Mrs. Baker presidedat mint green lace. They wore
LARGE GRADE A OLD MILWAUKEE hundred guests were received the President's the punch bowl. hats and carried arrangements )
invited to call between the Choice award. The gift table was overlaid of white and yellow
EGGS BEERFlat hours 10 and 11:30: a.m. Two new awards were given with a gold lace cloth and roses and carnations with .
this year, Rookie of the Year centered with a miniature "
breath and streamers.The .
$1 39 6 Pk $ t 19 S eSe e e a Award, which was given jo( bassinet. Mrs. Milner was in baby's bride, given in i

2V! Doz. 12 oz. Cans' Mrs. Hyres as the outstandingnew charge of the gifts. marriage by her father. worea ,
award is The hostesses presented the
member. A
new
Mr. white satin with
and Mrs. S.G. Denmarkand long gown
MOTOR OIL REGULAR GAS Dr. and Mrs. J.E. Den- the"Good Egg" award. These honoree with a corsage anoSin V-neckline, long lace sleeves
stroller.
mark attended the 85th bir- were given to Gareth Jones umbrella with cathedral train. Her lace : Donald Pul'rrt
and Maxie Norton for their Sixty-one guests were In-
54 % Mrs.thday party John for Denmark their aunt in, efforts as the husbands who vited to call between the hours secured headpiece her elbow with length appliques veil. encircled with yellow" and Hibault High School mill attended i
3'i $100
s. > gal. Jacksonville on Sunday. gave so generously of their 7 and 9 p.m.Gamma. She carried a cascade white flowers. Susan Hen Florida Junior College
time and without whose efforts arrangement of yellow roses derson presided at this table She is employ Mlh> I hl-('Ily "I>l
some of the club projects white and yellow carnationsand andIrs: Anna Renelsassisted. .Jackson.
would not have been possible.,: Theta baby's breath.A Mr: I Dul"roetiracUiiiti'dIroin
Charms were also given to all reception was held in the Following a wedding trip to Furred! High School and tit
Bake SaleThe
committee chairwomen. Planning church Fellowship Hall. !Mrs central' Florida the couple is tended F'lunda.1onur ('Oltt' l'
Pat Jones greeted the guestsat residing in Jacksonville.The lie is also employed liy tin-I

couldsellyou this DUPLICATE BRIDGE meeting regular of Gamma business Theta the door and kept thebride's bride graduated from City
book.Standing .
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CLUB RESULTS Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, was in the receiving Waters Celebrates 6th |j II
Mrs. Clyde B. TerwilleftjjT held Thursday evening May Deanna: Birthday
< 'and Mrs.-Marie Dent were the' line w ere the bride and groom
MALONEJ of Mrs. Robert
the home
; egaf 12, at
winning couple at Duplicate Alvarez.A their parents, ushers and Little Deanna Waters out in the take, table cloth
Bridge Tuesday night. Eva bridal attendants. celebrated her sixth birthday napkins cups and plates.
Mathewson and Jeff Wren- The bride's table was Saturday afternoon at a party Ten little friends and seven
shall were second and Mrs. bake sale and homemadeice covered with an imported silk given by her parents !Mr. and cousins enjoyed refreshmentsand
alonebutweworit.
on Beauty and Value P.A. Johnson ans Bernice cream sale is planned for and lace cloth and centered Mrs. Wilbur Waters on W. games in the yard duringthe
Brinke were third. Saturday, May 28. The time with a three tiered wedding Madison Street party hours ::110 i ."> p m. and
.. and place will be announced cake decorated with daisies were given Little Sunlxinnel
because -------- later. and lily-of-the-valley The The party was held in the bags lilted with candy and
... Mrs. Dale Van Sickle of cake was flanked by silver carport which was gayly favors.Assisting.
Newport Beach, Calif. is Next meeting will be candelabras with white decorated with red white and
want visiting her sister, Mrs. Monday May 23, at the homeof tapers. Mrs. Anne Murphy cut yellow streamers. \\ l'relrs.: Mark:
a %% George Anderson: and Mr. Mrs. Doug Nichols in the cake. The "Little Miss Sun Moody. :Mrs. LaKuc Williamsand
and Mrs. W.J. Epperson for Conerly Estates. The punch table was cen- bonnet" theme was carried :Mrs. harry' Hatcher. HI
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Nursing HomeBy Jeannie Faulk

Honored At t
: Marguerite Hall

A group of our residents If you were to visit the Two ShowersMiss
visited the Flower Show at the Nursing Home any week-day
Union Correctional Institutionat morning at about 10:30: you
Raiford on Friday afternoon could join a group of residentsin Jeannie Faulk, whose
accompanied by their daily exercises. Even marriage to Vic Nettles will
Beverly McGee and those in wheel chairs join in, be an event of May 28, was ,.... 9 )
Marguerite Hall. keeping time to the music and honored at two showers in the ;J
Those who enjoyed the limber up their muscles. past week. :
Wilma Alexander Sometimes a resident or two On Thursday evening, May
outing were
lona Anderson, Elise will get up and dance. It is a 5, Miss Faulk was given a ,.,./ $ '
Hansen and Alvonia Sum- fun time with much clappingand bridal shower by Mrs. Eddy <<
merlin Each visitor was laughter.Our Hazen and Miss Donna 0000
volunteers to make Prevatt at the home of the \C'
help
given a plant of her choice to ,
remember the occasion. life pleasant for our residents, latter on N. Walnut Street. ,
.. Several residents left the and we especially welcomethe An arrangement of roses ',' / 0I 'ijAb'JJ
Nursing Home on Mother's members of the Beta Club. and daisies were used on the ,,
Day to visit with their families These boys and girls come in refreshment table. "
\ mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm and friends. Among those on Saturday mornings to visit
Betty Jane Castell away for the day were Tyra and walk with the residentsand Patricia Crapse Among those attendingwere \ + L
Powell, Bessie Nichols, help them in any way they Mrs. Lucian Johns, h.. .
Betty Castell, Fronie Moody lona Anderson, can. The vigor of youth makes Patricia Crapse, mother of the bride, and Mrs. s';;? ,
and Mary Lewis. old eyes light up and is one of Marian Starling and Martel
Tim HawkinsTo Mrs. Frances Gatlin of the best of tonics.At Dusty RobertsTo Johns, sisters of the bride, all -" -..';;...
Peachtree City, Georgia this time we need a of Jacksonville.The .
Wed June 3 visited her father, Virgil volunteer to help with games, Wed June 25
Threlkeld, on Tuesday. They especially with shuffleboard.If bride-elect was given a
went out to dinner and then you have a spare daytimehour set of fire king baking dishesas
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Castellof went shopping.Mrs. please phone Beverly Mr. and Mrs. M.B. Crapseof a memento of the occasion.
Starke announce the Irma Lockwood of McGee, activities director, at Lawtey announce the
engagement and approaching Keystone Heights is one of the 964-6220 and put that hour to engagement and approaching ----- viI
marriage of their daughter Senior Citizens making good good use. marriage of their daughter, n10COoo
Betty Jane, to Timothy use of the Clay County Mini- We have two new residentsthis Patricia June, to Dusty Ed- Miss Faulk was complimented
Thomas Hawkins, son of Mr. Bus. She uses the service to month,Virgil Threlkeld of ward Roberts, son of Mr. and at a linenlingerieshower
andMrs.. John Joseph visit her husband Arthur, a Middleburg, and Tyra Powellof Mrs. Edward Roberts of and luncheon Sunday
Hawkins of Brazil. resident of the Home. Lake Butler. Starke. given by Miss Sara Barefootat
Miss Castell graduatedfrom Miss Crapse will be a 1977 her home in Jacksonville.The .
the Union County High Bradford High School refreshment table was
School in 1973 attended Paula Tanner Coke Party HonoreeMiss graduate.Mr. covered with an antique,
Arlington Baptist College in Roberts attended Brad- handmade lace cloth and
Arlington, Texas and will ford High School and is a centered with an arrangementof
Paula Tanner, whose the game room were both
in 1978 from
January
graduate carpenter employed with and Shasta daisies.
tulips A
marriage to Donald Wheeler covered with white linen
Massilon College in
Massilon, Ohio.Baptist will be an event of June 3,was cloths edged with lace. Gene Reeves of Starke. chicken salad course was
complimented at a Coke party The table in the dining room The wedding will take place served.
Haw kins also
Mr. graduatesfrom
Saturday,June 25, at the
held at7pm. Among 25 guests were
Saturday afternoon given by a center arrangement of
Massilon Baptist Collegein Pine Level Baptist Church Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. and
Mrs. Don Neel, Mrs. Ervin blue hydrangea in a crystal
May 1978. with a reception following in Mrs. Carter, Jr. of Starke.
Andrews Mrs. Neil Crawfordand bowl and the coke table was
The will take place
wedding church recreation hall.
the
The hostess presented the
Friday, June 3, at 7:30: p.m. at Mrs. George Pierce at the centered with a crystal punch All friends and relatives are honoree with a peignoir set as
the Pine Level Baptist Church home of the latter on Gene bowl with crushed ice and
Cokes. invited to attend. a memento of the occasion.
with a reception following in Drive.
the church recreation hall. Standing in the receivingline The hostesses presented the
were the honoree, her honoree with the sugar bowl to plr onat I
mother, Mrs. Eugene Tanner, her chosen china pattern as a .
Donna Pauley and mother of the prospective memento of the occasion. uHi
groom Mrs. Fred Wheeler. One hundred guests were Drew Barry of St. Johns Mrs. Helen Wysocki and
Shower HonoreeMiss The refreshment table in the invited to call between the Country Day School attended daughters, Cindy and Kathy,
dining room and coke table in hours 3 and 4:30: p.m. Grad Night at Disney World of Casselberry were Saturdayand
Friday night. Sunday guests of Mrs. I
Donna Pauley whose Carl Hurst and family. Randy
marriage to Ricky Solze will UC Farm Bureau Women Host Mtg. Mrs. Blanche Otto of Chitty of the University of
be an event of May 28, was Seminole spent the weekend South Florida was also home I
honored at a bridal shower Union County !Farm Bureau include the subjects of safety, with her sister, Mrs. L.A. for the weekend.Mr. ,
Wednesday May 11, given by women are hosting the .women's role in Farm Canova. Joining the family on
Mrs. Verl Best and Mrs. John District III meeting Wednesday Bureau, and a ceramic Sunday were Levy Canova,
Miller at the home of the May 25, at 10 a.m. in exhibit.It Jr. and son, Tom of Orange and Mrs. L.M. Stoner of ; BRING US THE AD
latter. the Lakeside Community will be a lot of fun and an Park. They all attended the Ocala were weekend guests of
Highlighting points of inter- Center. educational experience according Baptist Church Centennial Mr. and Mrs. George Brown.
est in the party rooms were The meeting will include to Kathy Ward Union celebration on Sunday. )r (From Oar ComptfHion) E-
arrangements of yellow,
Farm Bureau women from County spokesperson for the
Linda H. Barnett of Hampton -
bronze and red day lillies, the counties of Union Baker meeting and she encouragesall Mrs. A.J. Barry and recently was awarded a
hydrangeas and potted table plants. Bradford Clay Columbia, Farm Bureau women in daughter, Adrienne spent diploma from LaSalle Extension THAT APPEALS TO YOU
The refreshment was Dixie, Duval, Gilchrist, and District III at attend. Thursday to Sunday attendingthe University, Chicago,
centered with a crystal punchbowl
Nassau. For further information, Southeastern Ytrn
111. the
following successful
encircled with ivy and There will be a covered dish contact Kathy Ward at 496- Crafters Guild meeting in
completion of a course in
yellow day lillies. luncheon served.Program 2017 or Zeluan Crawford at Atlanta. : WE'LL
Among Mrs.the 15 Obed invited guests activities will 496-3985. Accounting. Barnett Training.Mrs. lives in DO IT TOO I I !fr
were Pauley Mrs.David
G. Scott and son,
Hampton with her husband,
mother of the honoree. and Charles Scott and Mrs.
Mrs. Richard Solze and Mrs. DOUGLAS AND WEEKS Dorothy Stevenson of Joseph, and two children,
S.M. Miller, mother and REUNION:/ MAY 29 Ga. Daniel and Heather. She is
2 Decatur spent the week-
Jl xow
with the Alachua
secretary
grandmother of3K the ?+ The and Weeks :
Douglas 1\ ,. end with Dr. and .Mrs. O.L.*' '
prospective groom. "ff" .t union will be held atJhe', o. 0" .-' o. Haynes, Jr. 'County' Board of County.
The hostesses prese'nfea the Lulu Community Center on' Sen. and Mrs. Chaftey Commissioners.

honoree with a barbecue grill Sunday, May 29. Johns and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald : ,
mixing bowls salad bowls and There will be a business Douglas Hardy attended Old Jones and son, Phil had as Norman and family and Mr. I '
towel set as a memento of the meeting before lunch which Timer's Senate reunion in Mother's Day weekend and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett at- : (!t.
,
occasion. will take place at 1 p.m. Tallahassee last Wednesday.Mr. guests, her nephew, FR Mike tended the Water's family I r
Music and singing will be Wilbanks Tom Killmeyer and reunion in Lake Butler on \ -"L
Mrs. Richard Coss enjoyed. Jeff Ritchie of the Naval Air Sunday.Mr. 1 J
and Mrs. R.A. Green, Station, Orlando and Mr. and I' !
President Of Jr. and family of Gainesville Mrs. Paul Jones and and Mrs. Homer .L
spent Sunday with his mother, daughter, Dedra of Raiford. Stearns, Mr. and Mrs. L.L. : 11.1JIM
Altar SocietyMrs. Mrs. Green, Sr. Norman and Mr. and Mrs.
BIRTHS Mrs.J.B. Hembree of Cocoa Tullie Norman visited Miss
Richard Coss was Mr. and Mrs. R.A. was Saturday overnight guestof Eula Norman in Lake Butler
installed president of the Altar McLendon and son, Wayne Mrs. J.R. Kite. Hospital on Sunday.
I Society of St. Edward's Dr. and Mrs. Michael E. Kuschel of Jacksonville, Miss ESTON DOYLE
i Church at a dinner held May Sistruck of Indianola, Miss Tina and Walter Jennings of LAWSON JORDON
GRIFFIS
Mandarin and Mrs. L.H. S. Sarnt M.D.
15 at the Yearling Restaurantat announce the birth of a ,
Cross Creek daughter, Mary Elise, born Jennings Jr. of Gainesvillewere
Serving with Mrs. Coss will April 20. Paternal grandparents Sunday guests of Dr. and
I be Mrs. Victor Ashline vice- are Dr. Walter Mrs. Jennings, Sr. ANNOUNCES THE OPENINGOF We May Even Beat Their Prices

president. Mrs. Norman Sistruck of Okolona, Miss. and HIS OFFICE
Phillips secretary; and Mrs. Mrs. Miriam Sistruck of Mr. and Mrs. H.V. Mooty of
Clermont Bizier, treasurer. Starkville, Miss. Maternal Miami were Monday evening FOR THE PRACTICE As We Have No Closing Cost Or
Reverend Father Patrick grandparents are Mr. and dinner guests of Mrs. Harry OF GENERAL MEDICINEAT
Foley spoke of the importanceof Mrs. C.R. Scoggins of Starke. Mooty.Mr. .

following women the in dinner.parish work Mrs., and Mrs. J.H. DuPre 132 EAST MADISON STREET Preparation.. Charges I I

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John Samons outgoing in Dublin, Ga. Thursdayand
were STARKE,FLORIDA
2\J'lju..K-,.,
president turned over the Friday to attend the
gavel to Mrs. Coss.Approximately. Mrs. J.M. Edwards, Sr. funeral Friday of her cousin
30 spent the past two weeks with Warren King. PHONE:964-6701 OFFICE HOURS: MONFRI.95 OUR FORMULA FOR GOOD
parishioners enjoyed the
her two granddaughters in
dinner and installation Jacksonville while her son-in- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green CUSTOMER RELATIONSMIX
ceremony. law and daughter, Mr. and attended the funeral of her
Corsages were presented to Mrs. J.M. aunt in Chattanooga, Tenn. on 14x6O 14x60SUMMERHILL
High were on a
LIBERAL PORTIONS
:Mrs. Samons and the incoming Carribean cruise. Monday. OF THE

officers. CLASSIC FOLLOWING INGREDIENTS:

Total Electric 1 BrFK

Grand Annual Showing 1. Integrity

8175 7939''f tI


ocic( ( ; I1UI1U(30( 2. Truth In Advertising


3. Service Before & After Sale

You Are Cordially Invited To Our First .
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Pre Opening Sale And Showing Of Our SPECTACULAR* 4. Uncomplicated Salesmanship ,-.


1976-77 Day Lilies SAVINGS I 5. True Volume MerchandisingWE


We Have Thousands In Full Bloom

Colors Range From Orange YellowTo LEAVE OUT: '.

Pink And Red

1. Imaginary Down Payments

Showing And Sale From Fully Furnished

FLEETWOOD 2. Misleading Microscopic Monthly Payments

Thursday May 19 Thru Sunday May 22, 1977 DOUBLEWIDE;

3. Just Plain
8413 Baloney"Sooner
Wholesale Prices To All
Shinqlcd Roof

Free Plant To Our First 50 Customers Service After Built For Energy

The Sale Is Our Conservation18,8OO53

No Purchase NecessaryLake
Big Asset

City LuLu Fla 100 Lake Butler


John Brown
1 a lot aoR Ran 961.79se


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HAMPTON AREA NEWSBy Retail Market Opening Set For VegetablesA ;

retail produce market will There will be no charge to brought in.
be opening Saturday, May 28, farmers bringing in their
pro .
Dolores Meng boy Charles Kenneth Fuqua, After they left Tommy's for area farmers to sell their duce to sell. The retail market has beenin
4BH-1915 III,born on May 14 in Alachua sister Madonna caught a 9'aIb. directly to the
produce consumer State Dept. of Agriculture for four
General Hospital. Little C.K. bass which put up quite a i operation years
representative Bobby Allen and according to Allen has
CANCER SOCIETYMrs. weighed 9 IDS., 1 oz. and fight before finally being The market will be locatedat
of
proven as much a successas
Ina Home has measures 21'i Inches.MaternalJ.grandparents landed.
the Bradford said to
County buyers may expect see weather and crops would
graciously volunteered to are Market US-301 sweet
Farmers on corn green beans allow.
collect for the American Mr. and Mrs. D.B. Stone of h HAMPTON ELEMENTARY north. It will be open on cucumbers squash and newpotatOl'S
Cancer Society in Hamptonand Hampton. Paternal grand- SCHOOL NEWS a Saturday from 10 a.m. until 4 when the market "The consumer will be ableto
vicinity. Mrs. Horne parents are Mr. and Mrs. Miss Claudette Petersonand p.m. It will also operate on opens May 28. He said that as get good produce at'good
might appreciate some Charles Kenneth Fuqua Jr. of her fifth grade class Tuesday and Thursdays from the season progresses differ. quality at a reasonable rate,"
assistance in the outlyingareas Starke. enjoyed a trip to Marinelandon ent kinds of Allen
4 p.m. until 6 p.m. produce will be said.
as it is rather difficultfor May 12 with Carole Shields'sixth
one person to cover all this PERSONALS graders. Mrs. Mary
territory. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Mat- Burton drove the bus that day.
thews came from Michigan to Wiley Sweat drove his car Casaafa 9J11 ffiu\f(0CW\ l 1 fMrs.
SENIOR CITIZENSThe be with Linda's sister Toni transporting some of the food
Hampton Senior when the baby arrived. The and drinks used at lunchtime.Mrs. -

Citizens Club is scheduled to Stone family is enjoying their Margaret Wadsworth, i F.O. Perry returned to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Baker Mr. and Mrs. John P. Jonesof
hold their regular monthly visit, especially Lori who is Mrs. Blanche Stokes and her home in Houston Texas and family spent the weekend Batavia, 111. are visiting her
meeting on Friday evening. still confined but making good Paulette Peterson were Sunday after two weeks visit with Mrs. Susan Stodghill in brother-in-law and sister Mr.
May 20 at 7 p.m. in the City progress and appreciates among chaperones. travelingwith with her sister Mrs. B.C. Melbourne.Mrs. and Mrs.! C.R. Scoggins for
Hall. Any interested person everyone's kindness. the group. Holtzendorf Sr. several days.
about 50 or older is invited to Bobby Dennis was awardeda The children enjoyed seeingthe A.B. Whitehead visited A I
attend for an entertaining and nice trophy for his servicesas dolphins perform in the Mrs. Ella Mae Tyson of her sisters Mrs. A.W.
relaxing evening.Mrs. I Bat Boy for the winning circular tank doing all sortsof Starke returned Saturday Whitehead Jr. and Mrs. Oren Mr. and Mrs. Don Tursmanof
Joe Oliver reports that Badcock's Ball Team. tricks, including playing from Baltimore Md. where Reddish in Lake Butler on Fort !Myers were Monday
the "Jolly CD's") who meet the Mr. and Mrs. Wilfrid baseball basketball and foot Marion Payne Honored For Work she visited her daughter Sunday. visitors of Mr. and !Mrs. 1''.Vs
first and third Thursdays of Fontaine were among those ball. They were also entertained Doreatha Parker. At the Strickland and Mrs. Marion
each month at the Friendship enjoying the Melrose Centennial by viewing swordfish, With Teacher Credit UnionThe Mother's Day reunion were Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. 1\1 oyer.
Bible Church in Keystone festivities last turtles whales, an electric Levi and Dorothy Mae Ruth Reed and spending this
Heights served lunch to 77 Saturday. They especially eel sharks and whales.At Bradford County Teachers Credit Union board of Harkenson of Pennsylvaniaand week in the Bahamas.Mrs. .
people on May 5. This group enjoyed the antique automobiles lunchtime the boys had directors on behalf of the total membership presented a gift to Arthur Harkenson of Steve Walker of )Fort
enjoyed! singing and some and participated in some enjoyment catching :Marion Payne for :10:t() years of service as manager-treasurer. Bethelehem Pa. L.D. Vining of Starke Lauderdale spent Sunday lo
dressed in oldtime costumes. the arts and crafts display. crabs and letting them loose to Handing the desk pen set to Payne are 11-1'( ): Mrs. Betty Haas and Mr. and Mrs. Don Joinerof Wednesday with his grandparents ( ..'
Prizes were awarded to the The Hampton Baptist annoy the girls at the park! Mrs. Leona M. Royal presldt'nt'Ince Spengler now Port Charlotte spent Mr. and Mrs. ,111
oldest attending and those Church counted a total attendance manager; Payne Mrs. Helen Johns, vice-president and Mrs. Miss Linda Haas of the Thursday to Monday with Moncrief.
with the most chidren. Free of 515 at their Homecoming :MARY POPPINS Doreatha Richardson. University of South Floridawas Mrs. Louis Yancey in Atlanta
transportation is provided for celebration on May 15. "Mary! Poppins" is just too home for the weekend.Mrs. and attended the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. B.J.
Kggers
any who need it by calling 473- Guest speaker for the day was great to forget! Jean Clark !Miss Jeannie Widener to the weekend with theirson .
2713. Lunches are complimentary Dr. Ellison Vice President of Joyce Kuykendall Mr. and Hollis Hope 111 on Saturday spent and n
games are played, Trinity College in Jackson !Mrs. Roger Rich, along with Arlin McKnight night. Mrs. Yancey returnedto daughter-in-law.:
and !Mrs. John
and it is a great opportunityfor ville. Dinner was served on many helpful parents took the Y'{ t { 1'pA returned last Friday after two Port Charlotte with the Miami. Eggers in
the lonely or active to the grounds to visitors. The 1st, 2nd and 3rd grades to weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Joiners.
enjoy a day of friendship. movie "Green Keaper" was Brooker Elementary Schoolon Lonnie Langston in Lubbock
meet and shown at the evening services. Friday to entertain the Texas and with relatives in
They today. May 19 - - -
again on June 2nd. Graduation at Hampton students and faculty there Houston Texas.
Christian Academy is with the performance of
1I.II'TCI11.1.1.1'11: ):'; ; : scheduled for June 3. "Mary! Poppins" which they ''iii.r r Bill Brookins of Greenville CENTER I
The Hampton Little League Brenda Curtis was alert and did so well at Hampton on Tenn., son of Mr. and Mrs. IPANELlN I
Hall Team was successful on spotted a rattlesnake near !May 9. The audience there Ray Brookins former Starke
May 12 in defeating the their front door. Her father, was most receptive and ap- residents and grandson of 4'x8' I
Melrose Team by a score of 76. Ted Curtis Sr., killed the six preciated all the efforts of this !Mrs. B.C. Dukes of Starke .! .
i. Among those playing on this foot snake. It was not fat group. It was a rewarding tY was critically injured in an I I II
team are: Harry and !Monty enough to eat but Gerald experience for the cast to be automobile accident May 7 in SHEETS ,

Mixire. Charley Baker, James Meng is tanning the hide. so well received.The Greenville. I I II
Curtis, Hoy Hart Timmy and HAMPTON: :. LAKE sixth graders were ,
Mark Jones Yulee Kircnaine Mrs. Frank Clark and Pat treated to atasteof Brazilian
Donnie Loll Timmy Saxon Clark are doing a good job of coffee recently when David ; Local admittances to I i1 i I II
DuiToll Thorlon and Harold soliciting on behalf of the Dos Anjos Peres preparedsome { Bradford County Hospital this
Waters. Ted Curtis Sr. and American Cancer Society. for the class. !Most of week include: Arthur
Hank Lott assist in managing Mrs. George Simpson is them decided it might take Livingston Luther Cooper I i I
I ho (team. recuperating at her home time .to acquire a liking for t Mrs. Beatrice Godwin Mrs.
following surgery at North this type of strong and sweet Zelia Frederick Mrs. Susie
%: ItITIIEH'SU.HUS: I Florida Regional Hospital. coffee. !Mr. Peres enrolled his Myrick, George Prevatt !Mrs.
Mrs. Ida Jones of Grahamwon TimIcLaughlin! from children Abner Leia and : Sillar Gunter Mrs. Virginia Sec Us For Your Kitchen
the Permanent in a Miami i visited Beverly !Meng Regina, in the school as he is McGuire, Mrs. Nancy Eunice,
drawing!\ at Susie Lott's over the weekend. anxious for them to learn the Arl Rhoden and Russell Cabinet Heeds
entity({ Shop lor Mother's Mrs. Paul !Meng Joyce English language. They now xBlankenship Fowler of Starke James
Day Marilyn Kstes; and Meng and !Mr. and Mrs. speak Portugese and have Parker of Hampton, Mrs. Pat i
\\cssie Saxon won jewelry Handy Scoggins visited taught their classmates howto Pittman of Lake Butler Carl VAUGHN-JOHNSON CO.I
given away on the same oc- friends in Jacksonville on May count and say a few wordsin Carter of Lawtey, and Mrs.
casion. l I.V: Portugese. Mr Peres explained Macie Allen of Melrose. I
(;lltl/S SIWTn.\I.J.) Alan Ganstine enjoyed a thl'reas an unexpected 140 S. Thompson Starke'T TI 9645711MEMORIAL .
and unusual "- - -
weekend cam pout at Crystal very
Any young girl or lady interested -
cold spell in Brazil and coffeeis
in placing/; Softball is Uke.
invited to the home of Susie Tommy Meng and Guy very expensive there also.
LoU Hammond camped and fishedin He also brought along some
every Wednesday at :3tx:( )
pili lor practice and a pond at the home of !Mr. Brazilian money and said a
organization.OMill and Mrs. Russell Gilbert. large amount of cruzeiros and I '
(.' ; Vlfl.ATIONSMr They enjoyed the lovely centavos are needed to buy a a
there but caught only lew groceries His family all .
.. I md Mi's, Ren-- Fuqua scenery '
like living here! 1 1I 1I 1I 1I
.are proud.parents-of a baby enough fish to eat that; night. !;



I SouffiSfcfefEfemefifciry DAY I


Southside classrooms food is prepared before it 'is !Mr. Mosely manager .of
studying plants and plant life ready for us to buy. Publix in the Mall took them
have been most fortunate this The class then went to behind the scenes to see the GAS GRILLSALE
year in having Mrs. Diane Blalock's Meat Store. !Mr. cooler freezer box compactor -
Wehlcott, from the Vo-Tech Eddie Blalock explained to the meat storage and Wins Gas Grill
Horticulture Department, class the way meat is broughtinto computer. They watched the
speak to them. the store and weighed. It men cut up meat and package
:MrsVestcott holds the interest is then stored for a period of produce.At Raffle winner of a Charmglow gas grill for the benefit of the
of the students with her time up to a month in a big the Coca Cola plant they Bradford County Middle School band is Gerald Blankenship of I
stories about plants w hich she refrigerated room. The class saw the bottles washed filled, Starke. With Blankenship Is Mike WoodHn. band director I
tells as she displays a wide saw meat cut and then made capped, crated and loaded on pointing out features of the grill that was on display at the I
variety of potted plants. into hamburger. trucks. The machines were Bradford County Fair The grill was provided at cost by Sawyer-
Students are invited to feel, fast and noisy. The studentsgot Slade Gas Co. The middle and high school bands will hold a
look, and ask questions. At the a coke to have with their concert May 27 In the high school.CHAALES We've trimmed our so
end of her talk each child is picnic lunch in the park. prices you I
given a plant to t take home. So Students and teachers While in the Mall, they en- stretch
far. the fortunate grades have extend thanks to !Mrs. Lewis joyed riding the escalator and can really your budget !
been sixth, second, Ms. who showed the way to wrap watching as some of them had JONES
Lawrence's class and Mrs. meat so it would not have their feet measured at Kin- 10 Yrs. Experience In Saturday From
llurrell's class.MiniCourse freezer burn to Mr. Mike ney's Shoe Store.
Getson and special thanks to PAINTING & DECORATINGFREE B:00 1:00 P.M.
: Day is coming! !Mr. Blalock for his gift.

For this event on Friday, !May .
27. many items w ill be needed. !Ms. Lawrence's third-fourth Thanks go to the mothers ESTIMATES Plus,
grade students are learning- who helped with the field
To make this once-a-year by-doing in their study of trips. For Mrs. Mullin's room At most of the locations listed below you can see

experience beneficial to the Florida. there were: Mrs. K. Coleman Call 964-8824 Of 533-2779 them In action. Trained personnel on Saturday
Strickland Mrs. J.
children, homes and businesses Allison Denmark Erika Mrs. T. ,
are being asked todonutI' Gruen and Perri Guisto are Warren Mrs. A. Morrow, May 2tit will be having a W/n'un/ .lia Cookout and
the following items: constructing a model of a Mrs. B. Haisten Mrs. W.H. 835 Parker St. Starke Fla. b
Karo Seminole Indian village. Johns Mrs. R. Rowan and can show you how to smoke bake, broil roast.

syrup paper cups.ax in full bottles paper, twisties Richard O'Steen and Ritchie Mrs. W. Waters. For Mrs. rotis and of course grill foods on your

trash bags, plastic Overstreet have each written Gladden's room: Mrs. R. <&6attM ,(?/
clotheslines large( (any color letters to the Chambers of Tyler Mrs. F. Williams Mrs.R. iyk4Cs Then you will know why mfllt'fla

and short lengths yarn are ac Commerce in five different Bryan Mrs. M. Overstreet, 'is America's favorite Gas Grill.'
ceptable rocks or gravel, cities in the state. Accordingto Mrs. Jo Ann Covington Mrs. Starke Home Center

potting soil in 5 or 10 pound them, the response has been W. Hosier Mrs. M. Howard ,,. .
bags, burlap sacks. Please quite good and from this Mr. Bill Shields. For Mrs. U.S. 301 N. 964-8741 Sfirki
will select the Nichols' !Mrs. Sue
If donate material they room:
help us. you can
any
of these items, please call city with the most interesting Little, Mrs. Diane Hodge,
Southside School 9C4-5586 or variety of information for Mrs. Priscilla Williams Mrs. Brings You A Factory Owned Lot Id,' .nn.. Ir u,, .
send them to school with a their report to the class. Ruth Judd Mrs. Alma
student.On Packham. For Mrs. Lennon'sroom That Will Save You Hundreds Of
The four kindergartenclasses : Mrs. R. Hall, Mrs. W.

Tuesday. May 10.Is.! at Southside made Gnann Mrs. P. Hubbard Dollars. II.. ,,,. "..' ,
Goodall's fourth grade was trips to Gainesville on Mrs. R. Powell Mrs. R. Hau MI.I.
10, and and Mrs. Pierce.
fortunate to have a guest Tuesday May Mary
speaker. Lynn Washington a Thursday, May 12. 2450
journalism student at the University They visited Mr. Donut's"here Are you discarding a car u1
of Florida, talked with they watched dough- pet? If you have a carpet in .., ? Mode! 1000
the class about motivation and nuts being mixed baked usable condition and clean 3 Bedroom -
toward a career. rolled cut and dipped by Mr. several Southside classrooms
striving Gess. Each child dipped his would appreciate the dona 2 Bath W/
:Mrs. Freeman's third grade own doughnut and ate it with a tion. It should be clean as the
class in continuing its studyof free drink.\ primary children rest on it. Family Room \
foods with emphasis on the Model 3200

meat group, visited two ,
Starke stores on !May 11. DeWitt C.JonesFuneral $10OOO
They visited Winn Dixie I
food store to see the way our II \ _? FREE TRNK OF CRS
food is processed. Mr. I
Overstreet, the assistant HomeSTARKE I 12 60 SATILLA 14 WIDE lit t Will fill far I
showed them how
manager 2 Bedroom F/R I 2 Bedroom Front Kitchen Fin T."k Of tin FREE With I

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Premier Exhibitor Of 964.6200 473.3176 Always Foil Pries On VDJurtrna/fMv; is MADE TO LAST A LIFETIME --

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1975-1978-1977 RENTALS G Rofrltrator ITS THE LAST GRILL YOU'LL EVER BUY I

Callie/ Bermuda Grass Shop Ui First' Not' list

Hospital Beds-Wheel Chairs All SAWYER SLADE
W.E. & Joenell Webb Houses In Compliance

At. 15, Box 278 With HUD Standards
APPLIANCE CENTER.no.
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MOBILE; HOME- country, .
lurnlHhed children welcome. FRAME HOUSE with brick UTILITY BUILDINGS. All GUNS FOR SALE 22e, HENLEY ELECTRIC TOYOTA CORONA. 1974.

Phone 9644114 or 473-4777. front LR DR/KIt combination aluminum prewired ro- 25'a, and 38' sold at Dabaner'a residential new Mlehelln radials, 4

4/7 TF/chg 3 BR, I 1/2 batha, eeptablea, light awltehea, Discount. TF/C _- commercial: Indaatrlal. speed; will take motorcycla : :\..
CII/A.Oa I out.ld. "city llghta and Phone 431-1700 Raitord. j
- - acre tongue groove FOR SALE mobile home trade. S2.400. Alao jj

MOBILE; HOME New limits. 1.10,000 by owner. floor delivered and set up. parts and .uppl..... OLIN'S TF/chg OVATION GUITAR and
10x55 Furnished. 110/week. Phone 964.6580. 5/19 4tchg FIn.ncInav.I"ble. up to 48 MOBILE HOME SALES ---- -- --- hardshell case, S300. Phone ; j
7trwillc
, water and aewer furniahed.Deaert 6/9 montha to pay 60 .autea. Highway 100 West Stance, WILL PAY up to 150 cash 964-6020 or 964-6021. Itchg aTIt' !
lute. Motel. L..t.,. - - -- Suzuki of Starke,9644020 phone 964-5608. TF/Chg for old care.: Thornton's Sal. 5/19.

Phone 7823332. Itpd 5/19. Brick. hone with 4 BR. 2 9644021. 5/12 TF Icbg vage. Phone 9646243. 1/20 ----- -- ----

- - - bath 2.200 aq. It., carpet, -------- SPEED 'EQUIPMENT FOR FORD PICK-UP
3 BEDROOM: HOf SE 00oR225. CH/A, I acre: lot. Contact LAND FOR SALE White" SALE 10 percent shove .:TF/Cbj r. ________ Ranger LWB 360- 1968.V-8 LrL1r

You I mile from SR 16. owner Douglas Nichols" 964- Oak Ridge in Keystone Htsj cost. Olio's Mobile Home ALCOHOLICS ANONY. engine rebuilt. Complete -t'

can prepare good Large Yard.Jim Thorp. Itpd 8158. 5/19 IF/chg. I to 10 acre tracta: owner Service. Highway 100W.. MOUS successful living 1850. 4 ml N. of Stark. on

fond T.ist with the help ol 5/19 - - - financed.: Low down pay Starke. Phone 964-5606. for people who want to 301 or phone 964-7397 after 5
,
a frc-e hook NO riMF I'OKCOOKINO -- -. - BEDROOM HOUSE ment. 473-4753 or 4681350. TF/Chg. STOP drinking and STAY p.m. or weekenda. 5/19 2 tpd _

"'. Box :.155! .NAP.Collmnswoocl !MOBILE; HOME 2 BR, Juat out of city. Call owner 5/12 3tchg 5/26 ALUMINUM: WINDOWS stopped. Meeting Thursday 5/26.

NJ 08108 190/month) In A/C. 964-6593. Itchg 5/19 --- -- -- -- and 8 Phone
country. Sunday
and awningn. 36 p.m. ------ --- -- Cecelia Terwillegar
phone. 961.5261 or 964.8215. - - - FARM! FRESH PRODUCE Single hung 964-5709 or 9645434. 114 DELTA 88 1971 Old., 4
27S11.501
30 -
519.MOBILE MOBILE HOME 1973 MIsty Dawn Gardena. 3 i 8 IS 50i; x Christian Street. 4/vf dr
Itpd tft 52 $1550 46 "1g.BILL'S AC PR. PS. good condition. PREFERRED PROPERTIES
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24x60 Taylor. 3 BR 2 bath miles South of Starko US ; ------------ ;
(\SMFI ilAUKATKS: - - - on 27.00 MANY Must aell for 1795.
: HOME! t ffiaLoop. take paymenta of 301. 5/12 8tpd 6/30 i 52 ; SAW SHOP eomplete .
on up Phone 9648628. Itpd 5/19.
? 8 unit
OIlIER SIZES. BARGAIN sharpening service, Looking for a tax shelter Distinguished.
Phone 964-8816 after 5 14469month. Call 964- --- --- -
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p.m. Itpd 519.Fl'RMSHKD. 5742 after. 5 p.m. 5/19 3 tpd DUMP TRUCK 1968 C- CENTER 301 South tfnchg circular hand carbide TRUCK.CAMPER TOP-and- modern rental apartment on Temple Ave. Ample

6/2. 50 Chevrolet. 6-8 yard 4- chain: mower. blade hollow parking area.Spacious .
- - - 20 feet self-contained. Coachman I J
I rulline: for insertion 2 axlo.Inapected. ground and balanced. Leaveat
: APARTMENTS - speed (ran. speed PERSONAL travel trailer. I4.50O for

Tuosd.iv noon preceding 1 BR and 2 BR TWO"BEDROOM FRAME Rune good. tl,50O SERVICES Jackson Building Supply, complete unit. Phone 533. "Old is Better" home on Madison. Large, .

Thursday before publi apartments lights and home with two-car garage, cash firm. C.rdln Bros. 964- Starke or Keystone Helghta.. 2056 after. 5 p.m. Itpd 5/9. landscaped lot with storage house.

cation. water Included. Phone. 964H071. partially furnished. 262 S. 6750. 5/12 3tchg 5/26 .!!./f'L_ -------- -
St. Starke. Phone --- -- ---- -- CHILD CARE Hour day
ItchR 5/19 Myrtle ,
"Live the Good Life of Hampton Lake" We have
473-4732. 4/28 TF/chg MOBILE HOME LOT with week; any age. Licensed: STANLEY HOME PRO.
- - -
:Minimum charge $2.UO( well. \ and septic. tank. Small nuraery fenced shady DUCTS buy or aell. the best for the discriminating buyer.

(Covers I 15: \\ords) PRIME BUSINESS: SPACE down payment. Phone 468- home cooking.: Instruction in Phone Barbara Daniela, 473-

Each: word I 15: located on Lawrence Blvd. 3758. 3/17 6/2 FAULKNERgE of land for a home.
oxor and In Keystonellta. i FOR SALE 1551. 4/28 4tchg 5/19. pre-kindergarten baaica, 12tpd Needed: 1 to 10acres prime ,

IU() cents Flamingo -- - --- -- traits arta, etc. Pate DayCare Needed: $15,000 Homes in good repair.
StandardStation
at AVON CALLING
Inquire to
buyor
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HATCHING EGGS wild 321 Butler. Terr

All classified adi, ri/chg! or phone 473-4907. SARI) SALE: May 2022. turkey. jumbo bobwhites. Starke. 5/19 4tpd 6/9 or sell write Avon Loma phone Clyatt 755-2807 P.O. 1 Of Special Interest: 2 nearly new homes on Pratt
J.M. Edwarda, 9645379. -------- ----
rnust be paid for in advance Starting a jn.Go N. SR 2 and 3 thousand down and
- - on 5/19. RAY'S PLUMBING & Box 220 Lake City Florida. Street which require mo.
ullit'ssOU hate RENT 40.60 block, 16,Turn left at Handy Way; 4/28 4tpd TFChg payments of approx. $140.
FOR -- ------ ELECTRICAL Starke.. _ 128 S. Water St. ( _
established account past Prlroallve Baptlat
un building 12'ceiling.. Ideal for
Church second dirt road Phone 964-Sfi28.! 1 tpd! 5/19 MOBILE HOME Starke Florida T Just outside city limits-frame home 2 and
with The lelegraph. In mom bualneaa, "Stark.ares. on FOR SALE Diamond MOVING on one-
any
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that etent $1 extra.. S250 per month. Phone left. Itpd 5/19 needle. for any stereo over STARTING JUNE 13th also mobile home hurricane 964-5065 _, ha If acres with wide variety fruit trees flowers, and

charge for hilling. Notresponsible 964-56(16.( JTF/ihg!! BERRIES"--- 247 different oa..., we have Child care In my home. anchoring and mobile great garden spot.
STRAW YOU home Lots in
roof town with
them. all. Dahmer'a Die.count. coating. OUn'a city
for Ante 3,4 and 5 old. Tajn.
when errors the OlIVS: SUBDIVISION: pick Bring your own container. : TFChgEVERYTHING: _ to 6 p.m. Monday yr. thru Mobil. Home Service.. Phone water and ,,,wer. POTPOURRh: Excellent Investment 1))
over
gi\en 1/2 acre. lot., $30 per month *5 per list. SR 225 9644606. Highway 100W., - Demorest home with grounds-zoned
Friday Taking applications
phone or when copy is water and sewage. furnished.For Old Bayleaa Hwy. 964-6469- NEEDEDto St.r.... TF/.h. 1.83 acrea. on Hwy 230 spacious
not tvped and brought to Information phone Mark Know''.... 5/12 2tpd 5/19 go Into bulldozing and dirt now. For Info phone 473- Eaat good terms.. commercial.
2591 after 4:30: p.m. 5/19 SARAH COVENTRY ) Green with home (needs )
i he of I ice.i Olin OUn'a Mobile Home - - - hauling busineea. Complete JEW -- ((2) Property renovating
I Service, Highway 100 Meat, Cl'BB TRACTOR with some price 111500. Phone 468- 4tchg 69NEED ELRY sales opportunity. Nice double wide mobile on 1 acre plus large wooded lots.
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Phone Erma
Starke. No peta pt..... equipment and crop duater. 1551. 4/21 TF/chg HOME IMPROVE- John. 9645483or home partially furnishedon ((3)) Nearly new 3 BR 2 bath, CH-A home with separate -
-- -- ---- Annetta Beaalie, 372-
Phone. 9645606. 1/13 Phone 9647895. Itchg 5/19 MENTS OR REPAIRS beautiful 105'i264 lot. garage in Green Acres.
LIMBER Pine & Cypress 4"41212.! TFChgAUTOMOBILES, ____ Just block from
one
TF/Chg - - -
DONE? for fireplaces, remodeled -
Cut to Build. Joe
i MOTORCYCLES BOAT 1975 Chrysler your kitchens. baths, Kingaley Lake. Cecelia/ T.
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Grtffls, 3 miles out of Starke t A Terwillegar
Valiant 14 1/2' trl- --- -
HOMES FOR SALE hull Sport, captain seats, electric. on Rd. 230. 5/5 3tpd 5/19 additlona carporta, garagea, phone. or Marcus enclosed -- f FOR SALE Beautiful 3BR.2D home on m 206 West Madison Avenue

!SUZUKI OF STARKE atari depth finder 35 lIPChrysler ------ - Grillla, 473-2108. 1/2 acre. Just out of tow n. Starke, Florida
motor and trailer. MOTOR HOME 1973 Must see. to appreciate..
authorized Suzuki FURY III. 1972 good
"our
TF/Chg OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
12.65lOBII.E HOME engine, walk-In shower _
dealer. Excellent condition. 11400. J.iLJi..J -- -
Phone 911 4 6020. IMO condition. Auto traae., A/C.
South Walnut |1301 oulh inStarke.j FurniNhed. two bedrooma. Phone 4732026.( Itpd 5/19. stove., refrigerator, ) will BULLDOZER WORK-land Phone 9645708. Itchg 5/12 3 BR, 3 B. on one. acre. 2 HOME PHONE 964-5145

l'honcl$2-3136. Itchg 5/19 - - consider motorcycles: in road site story, needa finishingwork.
- clearing, building.
L.!1 r /ChgL -- -- - --- -
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- - - YARD SALE SATURDAY: trade.. 1900. Phone 964-6020 preparation. Phone Edward; Priced right at "

MOBILE HOME 1974 2 families. furniture, or 964-6021. Itchg 5/19. Davis Glen St. Mary 1-259- 15000. -"-' --
22 Acre. SR 16 Meat.
Champion, 12x65 2BK - -- -- --
tools, small appliancea, many 3569. - "TRUI T
WANTED Kxcellrnt:. condition CH/A, other large and small Item. TANDEM AXLE 4/11 tInchgVACUUM High dry and wooded. 3 BR. I B frame house IU\I.n: %('

range, refrigerator, dishwasher Country Club Estates: follow TRAILER. ft. AU steel -- - - 127000.) very. neat. 3 lot. with chain :;""tfII' !lfli 51911
- more.. Anxioua to aigna. Itpd 5/19. with steel loading ramps --- link fence. Price just
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WANTH 10 HINT: sell. 17.000 or best. offer. - - $650. 4 mi. N. of !Starke. on CLEANER REPAIRS 3 BR block house with 2 reduced to 122.000. GEORGE ROBERTS
Mobile Home with two or Phone U64.7287. 5/19 2tpd 20' NOMAD! TRAVEL 301. Phone 964.7397 after 5 all makes. all acres off Brownie. Road. -- 3 BR house in good

three Bit. will put on our 5/26. TRAILER Self contained p.m. or weekend 5/19 2tpd model Starke Sewing Center 21.400.: Paul Faulkner. location 25000. Is5UIAE'
215 East Call Street. -- -
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lot. Phone 7145.Itrhg - -
own til 526.WATSON'S
- - - air cond. bleeps 6, full bath. Realtor
\ 5lt.WANTMl. phone 964-8312. 4tpd I to 137 acrea off SR 100 Two houses on one. lot nearrenter 98*North Tempts' A.eSTARKE.FLORIDA
MOBILE II 0 ME" ITIIEPA.I Excellent condition. 12.OOO. - - - - -
- - - )() For sale. South from $1,100acre.Owner AaaoclateaIrene of town. 26500. '
or See Phone -
to appreciate. ----- -
: 10 RFVT; : rent. Phone. 964.8847 tor 4733328. Itpd 5/19. HOUSE OF SEWING MACHINES financing. L.Faulkner9S4 - '
T..rhu/'o.ch family n..dM311ft info. Itpd 5/19. VACUUMS: many branda -- --- .SH3 Large fine home with all .
- - - repaired all makea
hou. in Starke of new "..uum.. Usedmachines Restricted building lota the amenities. I67.OOO. I
or - - - IARDSALE Little bit of cleaned. oiled. and adjusted, SuaanM.BakkenHS4.SI f
available. Expert - -
KevNlone ht. ( an move InJul'v NFIDFD-: : near Country Club. Owner 73
:NO 10M.F.R everything. Saturday only. 7.Work guaranteed. James _
repalra, all makea. Parta andacceaaoriea A lovely 3 BR house. on 5acr.
1 J. Prefer I leaxe. financing.
yr. Double M ide Trailer. CH/A. 705 W eat Pratt St. Itpd 5/19 Strickland
corner: Morgan< .. $34 )
.500.
for all .
,
tall collect .Mil':3112 65II1.I ) vacuums.Builtin - -
3 I. .
arpeted. washerdryer.completely - - - Road and Highway 16. 3/10 BK. I.R. DR. I
I/.Iv.. Oak. Itrhg 5/1 II. furnished.ElectrIcal CORN:' $4 bushel: (1 central 404. NW vacuumsystems. ''10th TF/Chl( Hampton Area: 40.225acrea STROUTRLALTlINC A beautiful- -house-- with Family Rnom. Fireplace on

- - - : Pick 9p.m.nh dozen Golden Bantam. Buck Starts 20 with barb f
hookup. up at 1625 acres
WANT 10 IIEI.P keen lota Avenue, Gainesville.. Phono buildings and Its furnished
of kid off the at 14S and you Murray. 714 Lafayette 9647326. 3762UO' << !!:/EJ! S NEW DOG $ /acre: to S900/acre.. :tttfIIII" 464-5196 $27.50(1.() Graham terms. ,
afreet? A move It. BLAKE: \1KSON! Itpd 519.AT1QUE : :..... : ___. Broker - .
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nonprofIt organization !'IHI-6310. 5/19 2tpd 5/26 - - - COUCH: AND CHAIR SALE BREEDERS NEEDED C ountrv Club I .latea 2lots \
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24 Acrea1000) A re-furblohed house. Iacre. '
Start ft. SR 16 on
need 5 now ramng pureOrad dogs tor on
appro acre* near .
- - - GUS AUCTION: 1169.95 Dahmer'a. JUSTIN! NEEDS SOME very reasonable.New
.. up. PROFIT Gel mohesl national, press W eat.2 buildings 138.000. .. Terrific lor young
.Starke. reasonable or .ill.rc.pt BRICK HOME. 3BR. 2 Bath 130 antique guns. aword & Discount..!! :...2/3. .TF/Chg. ._ We aunt as new breeders if Qualified Terms. I WORK. 2 Bedroom. Home, couple., $18,000.Gorgeous - -
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long'term lease _
or DB1. I Room. : block home In 3BR.
Carport tility decorator items. Eatate Possible to turn 'A acre: of your -.- raised. dining area, huge - town.
donation Bradford Roping on Nice Lot Drapea & collection of Frank Bennett idle around silo s $10 OOO Income 20 Acre. Raiford I living room. Quiet area, lakefront 2 B. LR.II& \.
t tub./0 Robert Jordan 4731171 Appliances Included. Phone et al. Monday May 30 II LONGCIIAMPHome Can or write (include you pnona nurnbor area good neighborhood.. $9,900. 77 large garage quite area,
Dairy barn well & 10
| property on acrea.
or Bud I lemon,*. HIMH270. 9b4-) 630. Itpd 5/5 a m.. Holiday Inn St. |KENNELS 37&Leo Ans .Snreva pump.130.OIHI. _,. corner lot.
------ room., furnished muchequipment
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5/12 2tpd 5/19 and Building "port La 71105 3188690467'
- - - Augustine 1 95. Inspection -- -- - -
trees,
many
- - - ID.11 ajn. Term. caah.' 5/19 Materials 6 besutifulac... with Several commercial on
4 : than 1,1)00 feet
DKOOM HOME: 3 ----- more of
on ------ FToriland
W \NTID: l.ed. re acres with 2 rental mobile 2tchg 5/26: WE BUILD'YourPlan Pecan tr...., 2BR Frame Realty lakefront. 1194.500.) 301.
fngerator washers and house - -
atove refrigerator
homes all for 935.04)0.Some ) Well Drilling - -
in Or Ours 393 N.Temple Ave.
loves
good condition. & waaher. Thereaaa area Six 3 BR. I bath block construction
owner financing Starke. Fla.Off. apartments near
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I'honelfthm.r'M' Discount Phone. 96..8253. after 4 Your Lot Or Ours"FREE 120000.. .964.7700 center of town. This one. I.R. family.
964-71423. n/{ p.m. 2" thru 6" - Room. in
g._ town.
2/1: IEhgIL ESTIMATES 2 BR House Rd. 16 Heat haa been bring in the
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Fast receipta for 4 tears. .
Rotary 125.000. --
Remodeling Repairs 132.000.inexpensive. 9 acres pasture land
Registered Heal - If you own property somewhere .
Mobile reasonably priced just off
I Home Additions Drilling Equipment
HELP WANTED fl - -
Estate Broker 3 BR House Raiford else let us sell. for SR 16. N.\\ ol town.
Service Poles Homes Bought Furn. 15000. you. motel. with II
STATE LICENSED - -
acrea. This one his ..r..tpot..ntl.1
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\PPI\ l IN : Fred Sjtklt Sold TradedACREAGE \cry nice large frame
PFIt.lJonly at all It takea I.
100 AMI* I Acre Iota hou.... or 10 acrea with House in house on corner lot in town
>\ .terM fxton. SIlU'o.) Broker 176.500.
\\ atnut..tarki. 519. PumpsNew mobile home St.rt Need of Repair.We you. :.1 BR. 2 h.thM.II&\.
llpd ISO"2OO U.S.3D1 - -
FOR 3900. --
AMI* Hampton, Florida - have. 2, 3. and 4 BR A mobile home park with large garage. "
SALE - -
KEYSTONE Acre lot. houses for ..1.. units. In a very stategic .
15 20 landon
FOR RENT .f 9646853Jighway3OlSoztth & Used location. All It needs ia a acre tract high
Phone 4fi8-l7ji: by Geneva Start S4500. -- paved road ttrahamarea.
I I ATSaleMllesT Our 10 A-tracta person who ran see the.
- are being Term.
I,Sales-Parts-Servicej real value. here. $15.250
KEYSTONE divided..
AREA
We**. j Buy amount you
TFhg - -
\1tp rL: ROOMS( .
lid/week) Starke I 1 -
lots
II 100' Lake ownerfinancing need. 15 percent down.Bsi. 1-3-6 acre homesltea 2
urnished. utilities included. I E-Z Terms 1 in 10 ... srmu
clean and quiet Starlite 4M-115S 112.500. ye. THt'tiT miles N.\\. of !Slarke.
1 -- -- Broker
Motel. :101.) 3 miles north of anili MM iI - -
Starke. 5/5 / > ayaiTt4MOBILE OTHER HOUSES AND A Good Bay in an Excellent ; In 100 South I 1/4 !Mile \erv nice double wide

Ttchg VETERANS Plumbin5L.1New ACREAGE AVAILAB1E Location for a> -urn Intersection of ;.101n .screened porrh added. ('II.

- Buslneaa. I inn SmithLillian
\. on one sere lot with
When you are ready to buy --- I
HOME Installation I plenty of Ireea.f'ommercisl .
MAKE YOUR HOME
Us. Your GI Horn BenefitsTo or sell. call us for prompt VVe need. listings - -

MORE PARKInside Your Advantage Remodeling aervlca.WE .- - acreage: with houae. property in "
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town.
;HAVE; OTHERS: o\er squarefret.
BEAUTIFULWith City Limits C.II.964.1700 trellent: bu\.
PHONE: : RALPH BRYAN
Repairs \ernle. P.Odom
Walk Bradford Square NO MONEY DOWN I
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stucco & stone Or D"u'ntown REALTOR Reg. Real Estate: C.Pearson 3 BR 2 bath CII home with I
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SlUCCO cia.ii, NO WATER BILLS Durrancv : [Lj H 964 8788 Broker Real Estate large rR in town. \ ery
I.y.Night Evenings 964 5476
NO SEWER BILLS nice.
Cogulna.blor.- > ,' $30 Per MonthAll Yt eekend
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Or rk tor r.'tceDl.lces, REALTOR Pearl Andrewa, Asaoc. STARKE: I f.
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FREE ESr FINANCING tity (las, Mater andJoTuMotel W. Build Affordable Homes COMPANY : Art Aasociatea l'airay 964-7739 3 BR 'frame. house CH/A. addition on 1 t.8 acres off .

473-3133 $17,900 and Up Wayne Douglas "13.2039IHlI.659:1 fenced corner lot, $15.000. .101 South Owner financing. / .

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You May Select Your Own Lot AnywhereIn
25 Years Experience --- - II
964.8810* Bradford or Cloy County. Starke t Ralph Bryan Real Eatatt: [ 2 BR frame. wnn carport on :3 I BR. I balh. 'B home .;
!51 12 5 19 JlpO? Ha. Power $15,0041. '

Call Bob Harris 473-3133 964-7061 ,I 2117 IM.Temple Ave.. II THOMAS -.- with swimming rR.pool tery in town.I.KORKE nice. 'l

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REALTY A. 115.500. ; : ; ROBr( :RTS JR.
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621 :North Walnut Si.Slarke. Milson Road 122.000.

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145 Lots MOTORCYCLE OR CARA 36.35 acre. 156300 BeforeYou

3 bedroom. frame ho..... InRrooker
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468.1873STEPHEN on 4 lots,
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SurpluseSalvageScrapDON'T dream Not really.If street Small S room frame house Buy A

SMITH - on 1.4 acres $12.0110.\

MISS THIS SALE you qualify the Army will give you a $2500 cash 3 bedroom frame house. - Mobile

STAR ROUTE HAMPTON FLA. bonus to train and work as aLANGUAGE between Raiford and Lake 19.8 acres with nice 3BR

LARGEST ACCUMULATION YET! Butler on one acre frame home, 850.000.Commercial ).
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Many Items bldg. 115.000.
Adaptable to Farming &
ARMOR CREWMAN with carport. central heat

.! Lake Butler Apparel Co. Industrial Use Home Shops Labs RADIO OPERATOR and>ard alr.and fenced In back 29 acres-$13.500.- See

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Secretarial Position Open ODD BALLS AND SPECIALITIES ARMOR RECONNAISSANCE SPECIALISTAnd F. Delano Thomas on 301. Brick home with 2

Reg. Real Estate: Broker fireplaces J BK 2 Balha.
STATE AGENCY FOR SURPLUS Eve.: weekends. 473 3775BRASINGTON
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Office ProceduresBe 301 S Starke. Florida $2500 or $1500 CASH BONUS.Ask -pasture- --

INSPECTION ASSOCIATES:!' Need email acreage A

Stable : about the CASH Arthur Brunoeve. bldg. Iota l.awtejr areacustomers ..
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I SALE : May 24. 8:00: am Call '786-5800 .Harold w""nd.tIHlllifI" Fppaeve. :! Lola, Zlpperer M4,7154 er />'n..S 7i'rtHm Of'It..,, ;II,

Top Wages For Right Individual Auction/ Conducted by. 72-3397. Ctirit 7i011 .'

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