Bradford County telegraph
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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 26, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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i ; 4 Former Bradford county Hospital inhalation therapist Chuck

d} Rigby reopened an old wound Thursday night. May 19. when the
hospital board got ready to open bids for that service.;
j Parents Prior to the opening of the bids Rigby asked to address' the I
A, Lawtey board and told the directors of Hospital Service Of (Florida Inc. .
(HSP) were "reaping profits' from the inhalation service and
,; that was money the hospital could make itself,. by. !having an
inhouse operation; J I

8 Want Students Rigby. a former employeeOf item. Welty said there was not ;
Professional Medical a conflict of interest and the

l 1 _._ Specialist of Orlando that corporation could have t bt'ei\; I
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served BCH said he tried to in the board members names '
Demonstrating a cable locator during Continental Telephone plant manager, and Charles Tltmus. local plant supervisor on convince the hospital 1974 to rather than in relatives names
, Open House Tuesday is installer repairman Randy Shields. the right. provide an in-house service. which made it look like there
Getting a behind the scenes look Is Senator Charley E. Johns Continental moved Into the new customer service building on TaughtAtHorn"Some He stated to the board he was was something to hide.
?\ with representatives of the company, W.ll. Harrison. district N. Temple In October 1976. The company serves moot of Bradford taken aside by then board Rigby told the board IISK
and part of Clay County. member Bill Dodd and told earned a profit of $20,400 in
to and
J 150 according ability
Lawtey parents "there is enough money in this 1975 and for the first eight
made it clear Tuesday night dollars spent. It requires that
for everybody." Rigby said at months of 1976 earned $2I.4W.(
, they'would like to have every student' be given an the time he had no choice and He explained the contract
200 See How Telephone System Works Lawtey students attend the equal opportunity, Casey. proposed a three'year con- called for.HSF to receive 55
Lawtey school all the way says.' tract for the service to the percent of the gross earned by
, School officials currently
Customers of Continental and parts of Clay County. 1976 is larger and better ableto group wanting a tour of the' through grade 8. translating equal are opportunity -- hospital for a corporation that the hospital: less 1J85: percentfor
i Telephone Company had an They serve most of Bradford serve customers than the business or central office can A petition bearing 180 to mean equal amcunt was formed by former board uncollectable, debts. This
j opportunity for a behind the County Including Lawtey and old office on West Call Street. arrange through the business names and requesting that the of dollars spent on each members Bill Dodd E.W. meant in 1975 HSF( earned
scenes look at how the phone Kingsley Lake, said Titmus. The open house, Titmus office and he said they always seventh and eighth grades student. Casey's proposedshift Hodges and former admin- $44,393 gross less its expensesfor
company works at an Open The local office is part of the said offered customers an welcome school groups. eventually, housed at the Is designed to improvethe .istrator George Canova. the profit figure of $21.4110'1,
Gulf for Winners of the door Lawtey school was presentedto A check with the Secretaryof Rigby contends the hospital
House at both company locations Division of Continental opportunity an Inside look prizes pupil-teacher ratio at SS'
Tuesday. which has division and corporate at how the telephone company were: Charles Zipperer, a 23 Supt. Tom Casey and three and SE where currently the State's office in Tallahassee by having the service Inhouse.
headquarters in works and allows for channel CB radio; C.E. school; board members school Friday shows the board of would earn for itself upwardsof
Y are spending
Charles Titmus, local plant Atlanta, Ga. The new questions since they are sucha Canipe, a Bass Boss tackle presenl'at the public hearingon about $1.000 pupil directors has not changed $80,000less expenses. Kigby
per per
J supervisor. said approximately controversial box and Paula Catsey'j; proposal to retain since it was incorporated June said expenses of IISIas
customer service Register a
building, company. ; That to
200 people toured both the open since the end of OctoberDarla Titmus said anyone or Playmate Cooler. the seventh grade at outlying year.Lawtey compares and $1,500$1,300at at 25, 1974. Hospital Service of deliver, insurance office
I new customer. service schonis for the 1977-78 term. Florida, Inc. lists its addressas space, professional services
building 384 N. Temple Ave. ,Outlying Schools presentlyCasey' Brooker. 441 W Madison St. Starke and lease equipment would
I and the central office 140 N. r.. r Casey's aim Is to have a (The Starke Paint Center). not be encountered by thehU6.p11.tt
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Thompson- St. A clas+nrof'. forAnext ..';:pupjl'twchec.C\!\** gf't-24.10t. Corporation ml'Cc"arC:" -tiEUrostfl': il I br.
students from Starke propoSal' the primary grades and 1.26 or
Randal E. Hodges of
Elementary School also ChHstoplier"Top fall would see grades K-7 1-27 in the upper elementary E.W. Hodges resident son hospital could equip 'itself. in-'
toured the office facility. taught at Lawtey, Hampton, grades. There are some president and director. Robert house for $10.000.

Continental serves about and Brooker elementary classes now with 32, 33, and 34 L. Dodd, brother of Bill Dodd. "My main function is to try
I schools instead of going to the pupils. vice-president and director to convince the hospital to
3,500 customers in Bradford ;
Bradford Middle School as "We just can't expect Joan F. Canova, wife of keep the service in the hospital -
they do this term. That would teachers to get the job done, George Canova, secretary and under its own roof" said
BHS GraduateTop involve retaining' some 72 that we expect them to do, director; and Brigette E. Rigby, who did not present a
tihtQiaulu UTrlcr students, according to a with that load" the super- Rigby wife of Chuck Rigby proposal of his own for the
March count 24 at Lawtey, intendent says. director. service at the meeting.
/ 29 at Hampton and 19 at "It all gets back to the pointof "I did not like it then, it Rigby said he resigned from

f t honors for the Bradford Foundation Timber County Among her high school Brooker. basic skills," Casey con made me angry and stuck in HSF in August 1976 and since
County High School 1977 Scholarship award winner. activities Susan has been a Casey's proposal would also tinued. State legislators are my craw," said Rigby whenhe then his wife has not received
!f graduating class go to The $750 award Darla member of the National Honor shift the sixth grades at both going to look for achievementper was approached about the any dividends from the cor
I valedictorian Darla Jean won in competition with other Society and its president when Starke elementary schools, dollar, the superintendentnotes. corporation being formed. poration. .
Christopher and co-' high school seniors from she was a sophomore and Starke Elementary and If a small outlying Rigby said he was upset and Hospital administrator U.I.
salutatorians Susan Lynne Georgia and Florida. She is vice-president during her Southside Elementary, backto school has high test scores but was going to go to E.W. Edmondson told board
\ Edwards and Nancy LeAnn the first student from BHS to senior year. the middle school. The sixth costs half again as much to Hodges, but '"before I could members the medical staff
Hildreth. win the scholarship.Miss grade was housed at the operate as a larger school, the get to E.W. E.W. got to me to had indicated it would be
middle school until the state will look askance at that start making plans for forming willing to make a change in
Christopher, 18, has current term when they were Casey says. the corporation." the inhalation therapy service
been on the board of the moved back to the elementary either by changing companiesor
National Rural Electric Casey says more money Hospital board attorney
schools to alleviate an overcrowding to a in-house service.
must be the
spent on
Cooperatives Association Richard Welty said he ex-
problem at the in Starke Rigby said in an interview-
w Youth Consulting Boara and a elementary schools, plained, when the relation.
middle school. he wanted
Friday to make the
Thursday May 26 s and that overhead must be cut
J member of the State Debate ships surfaced January 1975,
The proposed shift would at the schools board aware of the profits that
outlying to
team. She has been to the bring there was nothing Illegal
give BMS an enrollment of were being made by the
Bradford Hospital that per pupil cost down to
State Science Fair during all about board members of the
Special Board around 690 for next fall well balance. corporation directors and
four years of high school and I within the school's capacity of administration owning a indicated the board was now
Meeting "This of dollars is that served the
recieved honorable mentionfor 750 students. balancing business in a position to maneuver
7p.m.School the past three years. She Main reason for Casey's an absolute necessity in this hospital as long as it was a bid action in the direction it wants
Board was the 1977 overall physical i shift at this time is because of day and time, Casey says. rather than being dictated too.
1 division winner locally. the Education Schools have been closed in
Accountability MH Citations
And Parents
A member of the National Law of 1976 which requires some counties to balance "I did not put all my cardson
Hampton dollars the superintendentnotes. the table and I hope I don't
Discuss 7th Grade Honor Society Darla was the schools for the first time to
vice-president of the club In begin evaluation of their programs Total 156 have too," Rigby said. The
p.m.Friday. Enrollment in the fifth and
board action the
postponed on
her sophomore year. She was to see if students are
also president of the learning as they should be sixth grades now is down to Bradford County is continuing proposal and the bids for the
sophomore class and vice- around 260 students while its drive against service until tonight (Thursday
president of the junior class. grade population on either license-tagless mobile homes May 27)) at 7 p.m.,.at a
Spring Football Among her high school side numbers over 300. Therefore with a total of 156 citations special meeting.
Jamboree activities. Miss Christopherhas 1 L'r+R Retail Produce it will be easier now to issued to date. So far, The board opened the five
Florida Field been a member of the shift fewer pupils than at a delinquent fees collected total bids for service which ranged
Gainesville7:30p.m. Darla Christopher Spanish Club Science Club Nancy Ilildrelh later date, the superintendentsays. $11.178.17.The I from 45 to 50 percent of the
.. BHS ValedictorianMiss Camera Club and president of Miss Edwards has also beena Market Opens drive started April 1 gross profits including other
Christopher daughterof the History Club as a junior. member of the Science Club, A space problem at the when it was estimated that factors.
Saturday May 21 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Among her activities outside Spanish Club and a Teenage Starke elementary schools is around 1.000 mobile homes Hospital Service of Floridais
Car Wash Christopher of Starke, school, Darla is presidentof Volunteer. She has been This SaturdayA also a factor in his recommendation were occupied in the county currently serving Union
maintained a 3.947 grade point the Young Peoples president of the History Club Casey admits. K-5 by owners who had failed to General Hospital in Lake
Bake Sale average throughout her high Association In her church and this year and was the retail produce market will enrollment at Southside for obtain tags or renew them at Butler on a 90 day trial basis.
Lawtey VolunteerFire school career. Miss Edwards, is secretary of the Primary treasurer( last year. open Saturday, May 28 for next year will be about 630. Ata the proper time. Tom Parrish, hospital ad
Department daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Organization. Her hobbies Susan 17, a member of the area farmers to sell their 1-2S P-T ration it would take Mobile homes located on the ministrator said IISF "has
William HJ Edwards of include tennis, reading and Presbyterian Church choir produce directly to the con all 25 SS classrooms to house owner's property are subjectto done'an excellent job with
Starke Farmer'sMarket Kingsley Lake, and Miss public speaking. and likes swimming drama sumer on the Starke State K5. Starke Elementary will advalorem taxes with patient care." Parish also
Opening Hildreth. daughter of Mr. and Miss Edwards will be at and is interested in animals farmer's Market. have K-5 enrollment of about regular homestead exemption credits HSF employees, with
! 10a.m.-4p.m. Mrs. Herbert R. Hildreth: of tending Florida State especially dogs. Salutatorians The market, located at the 671 and it will take all 28 SE like conventional homes. showing "initiative; esprit de
Kingsley Lake, are close University in the fall on'a run in the family, Cynthia Bradford County Farmers classrooms to house grades K- Units placed on rented corps" and being very
Monday May 30 behind with identical 3.921 Honor's Scholarship and plansto Susan's sister was the BIIS co- Market on US-301 will be open 5 there. property or in mobile home professional.
grade point averages. major either in education or salutatorian last year. Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 With the sixth grades from parks must obtain a license Tommy Harrison directorof
Community Slat Nine BHS graduates have psychology. Miss Hildreth plans to attend p.m. .It will also operate SS and SE going to the middle tag. renewable annually. HSF, travels between Union
Bank Closed earned high honors with a the University of South Tuesdays and Thursdays from school, that space problem at General and BCH coordinating -
Memorial Day grade point average of 3.5 or Florida in the fall and pursuea 4 to 6 p.m. SS and SE will be alleviated. the service in both
better and 29 will graduatewith career in a field of medicine.A There will no charge to Casey envisions the Most Businesses hospitals. The 90 day trial will
Tuesday.May 31 honors requiring a grade Mr farmers bringing their following year, 1978-79. the be up the end of May and
member of
Who's Who
of 3.0 better produce to the market to sell. eighth graders will be Parish said Health America
point average or To
Among American School
Bradford Zoning High Items be retained Open
expected to seen at at the outlying Inc. will be evaluating the
Board Graduation' exercises for students. Nancy is a memberof the market are: onions, green schools making the middle contracted service.
7:30 p.m.) the 207 seniors will be June 10; the National Honor Society beans potatoes, tomatoes school house grades 6,7, and 8 On Memorial Day Parish said it would cost
8 p.m. in Bradford Memorial and a recipient of the sweet corn,' cucumbers and from the Starke area only and around$40,000 for a hospital to
School Advisory Stadium. RepresentativeFrank Daughters of the American squash. State Dept. of the schools housing Memorial Day, Monday go In-house and provide what
Board MeetingAll Williams will be the Revolution Award. Agriculture] representativeBob May 30, will be observed by the service does. Currently, in .*,?-
Schools speaker.Recipient. Nancy, 17, was the overall Allen said he expects a Public hearings are also set some area businesses, but all Itals, the equipment *
7:30 p.m.: of many awards. Science Fair winner for BHS large variety of products and at Hampton and Brooker to local ''grocery stores will is leased; ''*jKi\
Miss Christopher plans to in 1977 and received honorable as the season goes more and feel out parents there on remain open regular hours. Other bids opened' and \ .
School Beard attend Harvard University ; f mention In the State Science more Items will become proposed shift.The hearing at Both the Florida State Bank accepted unanimously were v"i
And Parents and study criminology. She Fair 1976-77. She is also a available.The Hampton Elementary is set at and the Community Bank will for bread, eggs one bid each.
Brooker has received Harvard-/ 4I member of the Science Club, retail market has beenin 7:30 p.m. tonight (Thursday,' be closed Monday as will all Thomas Oil the low bidder for
Discuss 7th Grade Radcliffe National Scholar Future Business Leaders of operation for. four years May 26)).A hearing is set next Courthouse offices and the fuel oil Dixie Linen of Gainesville -
7:30p.nr.iIII ship. Darla has also receiveda America, The Spanish' Club and.. according to Allen, has Tuesday, May 31, at 7:30: p.m. post office. had the low bid for linen 1
OIa-mmunl1J $1.000 scholarship, as the and Civinettes..Miss Hildreth proven as much of a success at Brooker Elementary. (I Bradford County schools service a change: for. thehospital i
"e ) State Star Student 1976-77. a is a member of the History as weather 'land crops would School board member will be closed for the holiday. after six years with '
Jtatr lank $1,500 scholarship a* the State Club and was the secretary allow. Arthur Gaskins J.T. Parrish The final day for students will National Linen. Milk and Ice
General Mills Family Leaderof ,I; during her sophomore year. Allen said the consumer will and Vernon Parmenter attended be June 8. Teachers will continue cream was awarded to Farm., ,.
"_,..s.M.w._I.LRi W u. Tomorrow and the just t ,t- Selected as the TeenageSee bo able to get good produce. at the hearing Tuesday until June' 14 for post best and pharmacy service to ,
"_,,,D.,....._.c_' announced 1977ITl'; Rayenier_: ,Susan Edwards: ( Page 2) reasonable fates. night at Lawtey. planning. :' Koch's Drug Store. V J

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I (From Page 1) Kids,' Parents Enjoy Starke Elementary Fun DayHot I

Top 1977 BHS Gratis... and sweaty "underSaturday's The kids romped and their .Each race was run first by Frank Long, Tonya Rigby Lori Alvarez, Matthew
sunny sky&: 'the parents struggled valiantly to students, ,then again by and Daren Chandler placedfirs Bryant, Aaron Davis, Loretta
Volunteer of the Year 1974-75, -Kathy Marie Teston, Glna Lynn Brown, participants took part in .keep up Saturday as several students, and parents. The second and third in the Austin, Lotti Marie Cole, and
Nancy is the Teenage daughter Mr. and Mrs. Earl daughter of Mr. and Mrs. shuttle relays, sack races, an hundred students,parents and parents tried hard to bring and fourth grade sack Michel! Burkhalter,
Volunteers vice-president. Teston of Lawtev. Millard Brown of Sta.rke. egg throw, a tire roll, and' some teachers participated In their youngsters in first was race. Dean and Dale Cassels
She is a member of the First -Keith Maxie Carter, son of finished it off by feasting on the first Fun Day at Starke evidenced l by skinned knees, Edward Akridge and John placed first in the parents and
: Baptist Church of Starke and -Mimi Shaunette Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter of watermelon. Elementary School. skinned faces, and tongues David Francis were the students shuttle relay. Next
sings in the choir. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Starke. hanging out after one race too winning relay team in the came Betty' Ann and Laura
Nancy's hobbies include Scott of Lawtey. -Karen Ann Glover, many. third and fourth grade Alvarez. Shuttling in next
running swimming, Jay Mack Godwin, son of daughter Mr. and Mrs. W.S. "How am 1 going to hold out division. Following them were were the teams of Lottie and
needlecraft and sand painting. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Godwinof 'Glover, now of Inverness. to"do this two more times?" Larry Coburn and Carrin Delia Cole, and Aron and
High Honor Students of the Starke. -Anthony Jerome Franklin, asked one mother with three Coburn, Ron Thibodeaux with Charles Davis.
1977 graduating class are: Erma Lynn Moxley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert -:1: .. <,youngsters in three different Allen Thibodeaux, and Geri Third and fourth graders
Deborah Lucille Bradley daughter of Mr.and Mrs. B.L. Franklin of Lawtey. races. Another mother took a Tomlinson with Deanna competing in the shuttle run
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moxley, Jr. of Starke. ,,, nose 'dive trying mightily to Tomlinson., were led by John David
Clyde Bradley of Starke, 3.780 -Pamela Kay Tucker, James Lee Livingston, son finish a shuttle relay, and lost The fifth and sixth grade Francis, 'Lisha Long, and
average. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neil of Mr. and Mrs. William O. all for her daughter. Fathers sack races were led by Lorain Leroy Burch. Following team
Briar Ann Patray, daughterof Tucker of Starke. Cruce of Lawtey. compared holes in the knees of Bass. Coming in second was were Frank Long, Michael
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Patray, -Lisa Michele Ekard, -Emma Ann Allen, daughterof their.britches after the sack. Angela Harris, and third was Alvarez, Keith Gillingham,
Keystone Heights 3650. daughter of Mrs. J.E. Ekardof Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. race. Sheila Searcy. The relay Daren Chandler, and Doug
.: Kathleen Lisa Mitchell, Starke. Allen of Starke ."There were some parents team of Ron Thibodeaux and Samons.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Priscilla Stalnaker Ken- -Debra Tonya Patrick, wiping it out I tell you," said Beth Francis came out on top, Parents competing in the
Freeman Register, Jr. of ney, daughter of Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. SE physical education. In- followed by Elaine Griffis shuttle run were led by a trio
Starke, 3.634, Elizabeth Stalnaker of Starke. W.M. Patrick of Lawtey, structor Roger Chilson. with Becky Griffis and Lowell of Thibodeaux's. First was
>. John David Samons, son of -Tina Leigh Brown, -Cassandra Suzette John- 1 u "I thought it was a real big King with Shannon King. Ron Thibodeaux, then came
..:- Mr. and Mrs. John Samons of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. son, daughter of Mrs. Bertha success for the first one," Ron Thibodeaux and Allen Jackie and Allen Thibodeaux.
Starke, 3.631.Patricia Millard Brown of Starke. Johnson of Lawtey. Chilson siad.Harold -Thibodeaux rolled their tires Following them were Tracy
Lynn Pierce, Pamela Jo Chapman, -Susan Carol Blalock, Chandler, B.B. the fastest in kindergartener's West, Terri Fender Ed
'.. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Mrs. J.H. Blalock Rogers; and Kelly Hester tire race, with Keith Gllling- Green, Sybel Dempsey, and
:,: George H. Pierce of Starke, A.W. Chapman of Raiford. of Starke, finished first second, and ham and Keith Jr. close Brad Green.
3627. -Laurie Ellen George, -Zedra Marvin Hamilton, third in the Kindergarteners behind. The third place team Diana Crawford, Beth
Eoline Green, daughter of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. son of Mr. and Mrs. ThomasB. .Y t sack race. When it came time was Curtis and Lex Sanders.In Francis, and Shelia Searcywere
:.:: Mr. and Mrs. Harry N. Green William George of Starke. Hamilton of Brooker. for the relay sack race, theteam the first and second grade the first three across the
of Starke 3600. -Helen Victoria Lee, -Kim Elaine Tenly, of Neil Crawford and tire race, Jessie Green beat finish line in the fifth and six
Ruth Ella Hazen, daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Crawford came out on out Lottie M. Cole, who beat grade shuttle runners. Angela
,'., of Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Marion T. Lee of Lawtey. Sonny Tenly of Starke. top, followed by Jim Younts out Lisa Mae Kinney and Harris, Monique Chandler,
Hazen, 3.575 -Karen Denise Howe, with B.B. Rogers, and Marian Donnie Younts. In the student- Lorain Bass, Daniela Rigby,
Cindy Beth Davis, daughterof -Wanda Gail Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas with Ed Douglas. parent relay tire race Larry and Francis Long, respectively -
Mr. and Mrs. James A. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mildred Howe of Starke. First and second grade Coburn and Chuck Coburn came in next.
Davis of Starke. Clyde Green of Brooker. -Thomas Levi! Casey, son of winners in the sack race were came in ahead of Bill and Parents of fifth and sixth
Robbin Hood, daughter of John Banks Lewis IV, son Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Justin Williams, followed by Billbo Forsyth and Leon and graders competing in the
Mr. and Mrs. Perca L. Guionof of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Casey of Starke. Chuck Coburn and Laura Cindy Griffis,as well as Jessie shuttle relay were led by Sue
Starke, 3512. Lewis, III, of Starke. -Louis Franklin Crews, son 4Lamar Alvarez. The relay team of Green and Lex Sanders. Ann Thiodeaux, with Diana
Honor students graduatingwith -Terri Lynn Hicks Thomas, of the late Mr. and Mrs. Louis -- -- Wayne Strickland and Tina The lead tire-roller in the Crawford and Beth Francis
a grade point average of daughter of Mrs.Jackie Roweof Crews of Starke. Williams, left and Warren Carver obviously are enjoying Wells came out ahead of third and fourth grade category right behind. Following them
3,0 or better are: Starke. -Dana Suzanne Dyal, themselves as they hump it toward the finish line In the Larry Coburn and Chuck was John David Francis, were Ron Thibodeaux, Jackie
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. sack race.Carver ended up on the ground with a hole in the knee Coburn, with the team of with Allen Thibodeaux and Thibodeaux, and Neil Craw-
Bobby Dyal of Brooker. of a new pair of pants. His wife,Carolyn, took a head first dive to Warren and Jam! Carver Lex Sanders coming in second ford.Dean
the ground in the shuttle relay,skinning both her face and knee. coming in third. and third. and Dale Underbill
Starke Home Center _. ...- Fifth and sixth graderswere were the first and second
SR-16 Resurfacing lead by Jimmy Sewell, place finishers in the egg
U.S. Jot N. 964-8741 Stltb r rw Mark Pierce, and Francine throwing contest. The two
Long. The studentparentrelay boys tossed the egg back and
Begins WednesdayRoad teams were led by forth for about forty feet.
Brings You A Factory Owned Lot w Warren and Robert Carver. The Starke Elementary Fun
resurfacing began on .8 Keith and Kathy Gillinghamand Day required much effort and
That Will Save You Hundreds Of SR-16 west from the Starke Leon and Becky Griffis planning on teacher's and
city limits to New River .. t'.t came in second and third.In parent's parts.Those who hada
Dollars. Wednesday morning and is r the shuttle race, Karen hand In organizing Fun Day
expected to take less than 60 t J;. R. Morgan, Stacy Pugh, Charlet were Mr. Watermelon Man
calendar days allowed for -'; Terry, and Harold Chandlerwere Jim Hester, president of the
245O completion.The the winners for the Parent-Teacher Organization
-a kindergarten group. ; Sheila Pugh, Carolyn
7.789 miles will be resurfaced Neil and Kevin Crawfordwere Carver, Linda Alday, Fatha
Bedroom as a primary road the winning kinder DeSue and Lyle Williams.
project by Campbell Paving garten parent-student team in Parents who helped out on
2 Bath W/ Co. of Clearwater who bid the shuttle relay. Kim and the field were Elizabeth and
$59,765 for the project. Judy Dukes shuttled in second James Younts, Shirley Odom,
with Charles and Angelia Dorothy Brown, Sue Wilkerson -
Family Room J.B. Cobb, district office M Davis crossing the line third. Joan Underhill, Sally
engineer for the Florida B.B. Rogers and Elizabeth Hester, Vicky McKinney,
Department of Tran- Younts followed. Roger Chilson, Della Cole,
1 1 1 1 sportation, said the resurfacing r d hwt ti The first and second Elaine Gunter, and Starke
is actually a v : graders were paced by Mikel Elementary Principal Dewey
"modified re-surfacing" usedto West followed by Tina Wells McKinney.

12 60 SATILLA 14 WIDE preserve the existing pave- ......-.-. .- --- '-; .
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Refrigerator Door County PlanA These 5th and 6th grade girls had a reason to smile; they beat the boys In the shuttle relay. The a r
G (girls; are Daniella Klgby,Monlqtie Chandler, Diana Crawford Sheila Searcy,Francine Long Beth
Shop Us First Not Last preliminary hearing on Francis Angela Harris and Ethel!, Bass. -ICJx'4

All Houses In ComplianceWith the County Comprehensive -"
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HUD Standards will be held ,y\
following the regular County 5 tn
Financing Available W/1 % Down. Zoning Board meeting -- '
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roll contest. 5th-6Ui grade shuttle relay
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(From Page 8)) Lawtey Blue Wins 1st I

Damaged Crops Mens OpenIn _____-:------___ -___

this week home run and a double and
games :
May Qualify Steve Cubbage had a Lawtey Blue started the The Giants were behind 8-3
Misfits 12-Uadcqck 2 and a single. double second half of the season with going in to the last inning but
their first win of the got clutch hitting to pull out
R The Misfits played one of John Watson had a home year
For while the 'American the win. Greg Wilkinson and
Payments their best games of the seasonto run.for the Merchants. League
champion Mets took it on the Randy Parado had singles,
Badcock and win the
.+ stop chin from the and Saucer
t IFa Braves.In Andy Chaff Larry
first half
';G championship.Both
Don't graze, hay or plow the Badcock 26.DuPont 5 games this week) had doubles and Bill Aaron
teams had tied for
under your drought-damaged Badcock used a 13 run ,had a pitch hit home run to
lead with 6-1 records so a /
crop Warren Carver advises fourth inning to stop DuPont L. Blue PIrates 10 win the game.
playoff was needed to decide
farmers, "At least not until Q 26-13. Mike Miller stole home to Clayton Norman went the
you check with the local ASCS VYI the champion.The score the winning run In the distance for the Dodgers allowing -
office." tk shaky start Misfits committing got off three to a Emmett Akridge and Larry last inning to give Lawtey eight hits and striking
Farmers should notify us Mercer werer the big, hittersfor Blue its first win, 11-. out seven. Ills effort was hurt
errors the first to allow
before destroying evidence of wa Badcock. Mercer was 5- Lawtey had to fight from by six Dodger errors In the
y Badcock to tie the 1-1.
I score
damaged crops Carver said, + After the first for-5 with a home run three behind scoring nine runs in the last three innings.
"so vie can appraise the inning jitters doubles and a single. Akridgewas last two Innings to get the Richie Fender allowed only
were control the Misfits
crop. An ASCS appraiser will .. 4-for-4 with three doubles victory five hits and struck out five to
visit the farm to determine the : played almost perfect ball. and a single. Bruce Simmons was the gel the win for the Giants.
extent of the loss d ,+t tl Badcock picked up only five
winning all the
e hits the rest of the game and pitcher, going
Producers can receive Other hitters for Badcock Mrts3
for Braves
way Lawtey Blue. Simmons >
the Misfits
played the last six
payments if a disaster innings without an were Bill Malone with a picked up strength as Scot Hudson held the Mets
destroys their crops and they For the Misfits error.Wayne double and a single, Dwayne the game went on, striking out to just three hits and struck
abandon acreage or devote it Harper had a double and a Hardee had a triple and a 10 during the game, seven of out six as the Braves trouncedthe
another use. They may also single while teammates single and Dale Brown had a them in the last three innings. Mets 203.

qualify for disaster paymentsif I ..-...____ --- Donny Wise and Donnie double. Blue also was helped by The Braves were helped by
they carry damaged acres Bagwell each two getting 14 .walks from the 15 walks and 12 Mets' errors in
through to harvest hut reap cadets Jl'Ssellams, Julia Chambers and Cynthia: Griffith with their citations singles. Randall picked Thomas up hada For DuPont Daryl Hilliard Pirates' pitchers. the game.
substantially less than a presented by Command Sl'rgeantlajor: \\ Illiam IHaas: (left) and Colonel John It. Smith seventh inning home run to and Dale Mollerup each had Sam Norman had three Hudson helped his own
normal! crop. put the on ice. two singles. singles and Billy Anders had a cause going -J-for-4 with a
The disaster program. for 3 ROTC Cadets Earn Superior Awards' .T game Badcock leads the league double and a single to lead triple and a double. Other
wheat, feed grains and cottonis with a 5-0 record followed by Blue.
Badcock 24. Merchants 4 Lawley hitters for the Braves were
Authorized by the the Misfits at 3-1. The Merchants For the Pirates Jason Polk Mike Waters with three
Starke Julia would like The men from Badcock
Agriculture <.Consumer three and received his to
( Department of the Army years are third at 3-2 and had home
and double
a run a singles and Jeff Taylor with
in educa- pounded out 22 hits to crush
major elementary
Protection Act of I!l7:1.: award for leadership develop-
Cadet Awards is fourth
Superior were Lawtey at 14. had
double and
the Merchants Craig Sapp a a two singles. John David
tion and minor in math.A 244.
Coverage under this Act given to Jesse Adams, Julia ment III. Jesse plans to con- Brian DuPont is last with a (0-5 single and Marty Irons had a Francis and Mike LeMire
extends! only lo plantediifiTune sophomore at BUS, Cindy Johns led the way for
Chambers and record.
single and a home run. each had doable
up to the historical Griffith the tinue his intereSt in welding received a leadership Badcock going 5 for 5 with a
as the
when he completes high development award for her three doubles. Larry Mercerwas On Thursday May 26
allotment on each farm. dels in their ROTC class at Next
Monday May 30 the Giants Pirates the and
Dodgers 8 meet Dodgers
4 for with home
l'al'l11l'rsho school.In first in ROTC. She is the 5 a run, a
!are thinking year
School for the Misfits take
'radford High on DuPont and Law ley Gold meets the
of double and two
daughter Mr. and Mrs. singles.
plowing because( muter of the their dry Academic year 197677.! her second year in HOTC. Donald L. Griffith of Starke. Timmy Eiland had a double Wednesday Badcock. On The Giants opened the Braves in Lawtey. On Fridaythe
crops conditions should consult (thl'SS Jesse 17. son of11': and Julia 15 plans on attendingthe Cindy, 15, plans on attendingthe and two singles, while lead off June 1, the defense of their first half title Giants meet Lawtey Blue
Mrs. William D. Adams of of Florida Charlie Green Misfits meet Badcock and with a 10-8 come from behind and the Mets take on the
of man
,\ oil ice at Starke University on a University Florida on a posted
Slarke. has been in HOTC for I ROTC scholarship when shegraduates ROTC scholarship when; she three singles. Jim Lewis had a DuPont plays the Merchants. win over the Dodgers. Angels.

irom RradfordHigh graduates irom mgn SChOOl.

School. The daughter of She is interested in becominga Grace Pastor Position As Of SchoolStarke I
Dwight Slater'sFood !Mr and Mrs. Bill Chambers of dietician and minoring in Baptist Accepts Principal

has N.W. 39th Ave 1-95 and school has
Jerry D. Milton, pastor of accepted a across purchased a
& Scat Grace Baptist Church in position in Gainesville as the the school will be moving Cessna plane and teaches
-THIS WEEK'S FEATURE principal of Southside there shortly. The school is flying. Other activities

Open U S 301 5 Christian School and assistant presently located on S.W. 2nd available, Milton said, are
7 AM. 12 PM 4 Walnut 5tHEINEKEN5 PERNUT lllE BRADFORD pastor of Southside Baptist Terrace, said Milton. Drivers Education and a
751., COUNTY TELEGRAPH Church. school Booster Club.
Published every Thursdayat Rev Milton has been the Rev. Milton will be taking
BORDEN'SBEER BUTTER or. I3&.W.Call Street pastor at Grace Baptist since over as principal from Rev.
MILK .07 Starke, Florida 32091 October 1976 coming here 'Gene Keith pastor of South- Rev Milton graduated from
COOKIESCLOSED Ea. from Eliam Baptist Church in side The school has been in Baker county High School in
Imported From 3 69 i Second Class postage paidat Melrose where he was pastor operation three years and has 1902 and received his BA from
Holland B Pk Gal.LARGE 149 MEMORIAL DAY MAY 30. 1977 Starke FloridaSubscription from 1970 to 1976. about 225 students enrolled in the University of Florida
The Milton family Jerry K-12.
BAG BLUE RIBBON Rates: Norma; sons Michael and majoring in history. He will be
ICE BEER 4ELL( (i: 'i 4E4 BCD In lradearea$7per Jonathan and daughter, Jana The school has a complete attending Accelerated
year; f4 six: months will be moving to Gainesvillein athletics program and Christian Kducaiton: labora-
"Starke's Own Bakery" June. The church has competes in Class A tackle tory school in Lewisville.
48. 4! Urs. $-109 964-5890 Outside trade area: $8 moved to a new location on football. Milton said. The Texas for additional training
138 E. Call St. .
L. per year; ...50 six months
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t 7 fifth grades thoroughly derbill, !Mrs. Patricia Welch. sary forms may be picked up
r'Y' i + enjoyed their field trip to Mrs. Strong's class Mrs. at the school office.
Silver Springs last Thursday, Darlene Wilkison. Please come to the school
5 ) ( May 19.They office and register your child
/ ( only had time for the P.E. Students of The Week: for kindergarten next: school
/ __ glass bottomed boat ride and Grade 3 Stacy Bowen. term.
.a ; the Jungle Cruise so they are Grade 4 Christy Lyons.
hoping their parents will be Grade 5 '- Tanja Rigby Starke Elementary's P.T.O.
able to take them back so they Grade 6 Craig Sapp.A Family Fun Day on Saturday..
can use their free ticket and May :U, was a. big success. A
( (1C see the rest of the ights. A large group of parents and
( great big thank you t the following students participated in relay
parents who accompanied REMINDER!: OF KIN- races tire races sack races
them on the trip: DERGARTEN REGISTRATION and an egg toss. After competition -
: everyone was treatedto
Mrs. Winkler's class Mrs. To enter kindergarten a cold watermelon.
Phyllis Folsom, Mrs. Linda child must be five years old on
Stinnett, Mrs. Margie Dobbs or before January I, 1978. In
Mrs. Barbara Balkcom, Mrs. order to register, you will MondaIayJO! : (Memorial
I Clarice Stephens.Mrs. need a birth certificate, verification I- Day) is a holiday, and there
j Adkinson's Class of immunization will be no school on that date.
Mrs. Maybelle Dobbs, Mrs. <( Barbara Brown. Mrs. Bar ment this year), and a physical 'children this term is Wednesday
: bara Ricks, Mrs Joan Un- examination. The neces June 8.

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M BROOKER By Jeannette Prescott I

Phone 485-1715 Casey and School Board Mr. and Mrs. Otis Tetstoneand
Members are to join the committee daughter, Linda Gail, accompanied -
SPRING MUSIC RECITALMrs. in deciding if the 7th by !Mr. Truby
I Iw grade will remain in Brooker Tetstone visited Cherokee.
Anita Countryman Elementary School, or will N.C. in the Smokey Mountains
I rF will conduct her students in attend the Middle School in Wednesday, May 11 to Sun-
their Spring Music (Piano) Starke. day, !May 15. They enjoyed
; Recital, to be held at New We ask anyone having' a. their trip very much.
t rx, N River Baptist Church, preference to please make Mrs. Lola Coursey of
Saturday, May 28 at 7:30: p.m. plans to attend. If you have Columbus Ga., visited her
Refreshments are to be any questions please feel free''' cousin Mrs. Joyce Castleri.
s < served afterward. The publicis to call the school office. To and family Saturday May 21
y invited to attend. keep the 19 students in to Tuesday, May 24.
Brooker will be well below the Mr. and Mrs. Paul D.

: A SCHOOL ADVISORY capacity of 180 pupils.PERSONALS. Prescott and Johnny visited
Aunt Mamie Markham, in
: Lake Butler Sunday, May 22.
We were so glad to see Uncle
last advisory com Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Markey, Elton and Aunt Marie Box of
I '44 mittee meeting of this school of Waycrosse Ga., also, Mr. Macclenny. They were
term will be held in the School
r and Mrs. Jack Markey of visiting her also.RecyclinA.
\ Library, Tuesday, May 31, at Brunswick Ga., visited Mrs.
7:30: p.m. Superintendent Tom Pearl Markey recently. _

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Seniors Gave Varsity Seniors Stop Varsity I

I t A Chance To Improve... .o :J Jrv In Football Shake DownThe

After viewing the film of Chuck Register and Issah make a good kicker," Hurse Seniors used a big run, good making the score 227. In the second half the
last Friday's VarsitySeniorgame Jenkins shared the duties at a big pass and a big mistake to The Varsity held the Seniors Varsity outgained as well as
Coach David Hurse weak-side linebacker and said.Allen Norman,just back out whip the varsity 28-13 Friday on the next series and took the out scored the Seniors. The i
found that his problems might showed some improvement."The at split end and tight end following night in the annual spring ball on its own 32. Running Varsity had 151 yards duringthe
rot be as bad as they appearedat seniors knew our ankle surgery Is not football contest between the back Marvin Tyson helped the second half compared to
the game. strengths and our weaknessesand to full speed yet, Hurse said 1r new Bradford High Varsity Varsity put together a 11 play 133 for the Seniors. ,\
"We looked better in the ran mostly to our weak- but he did a pretty good job as grldders and the departing 68 yard drive that cut the Jimmy Clark led the Seniorsin
movie than I thought we did. nesses," Hurse said. a punter. seniors. Seniors lead to nine. Tyson rushing with 115 yards in
We made a lot of mistakes but "The defensive backfield is Junior Stanley Williams, On the Seniors second play had runs of 19, nine, and five eight carries. Quarterback
they're the kind that are easy still young and inexperienced also working at split end left from scrimmage Jimmy .yards during the drive. Jimmy Prevatt picked up 39
to correct" Hurse said. they made some mistakes but the game early with a hip a Clark took a pitch around the The Seniors put the game yards on the ground for the
Hurse said that three mis- they're the kind that can be pointer and played very little. w / : ., left end and went 79 yards fora out of reach mid-way through Seniors followed closely by
takes led to three scores for corrected" Hurse said. Hurst started a backfieldthat lY touchdown.Clark ran for the the fourth quarter when Andrew Carter with 36 and
the Seniors. Hurse said the Dale Rogers David Carter will be all juniors next two point conversion to give Andrew Carter working from Sam Bennett with 23.
first touchdown came after Donald Reddish, Avery Shell year and he had mixed the Seniors a quick 8-0 lead. the shotgun hit Kenny Ancox Marvin Tyson was the
the Seniors recovered a and Esau Bright all took turnsin feelings on their performance."I The Varsity came back witha with a 58 yard touchdown leading man on offense for the
fumble, a later touchdowncame the defensive backfield. wasn't pleased with our 41 yard drive to the Seniors bomb. The extra point was no varsity picking up 90 yards in
on a fumble that was Big problem on offense was execution but I wasn't all that 14 yard line before Kenny good and the score stood at 28- 16 carries. Doug Reddish ran
picked off in mid-air and the penetration by defensive displeased with our Improvement Aycox intercepted a varsity 13. for 52 yards for the Varsity.
final touchdown pass came tackles and the nose guard ." Hurse said. pass to halt the drive. A 25
after the defensive backfield Hurse said."Considering. Andrew Carter yard run by running back
Norman worked the
Jeffery puts a straight arm to Lawrence Patrick as he
personnel had switched positions the opposition rolls Marvin Tyson was the big
entire game at quarterbackwith around left end In the
and left Kevin Neel did a pretty good Varsity-Seniors game The Seniors of the drive for the
Aycox was open. Marvin Tyson, Eugene went on to win 2813.Madison. play Grid Jamboree
"They got three of theirs the job at strong-side tackle Hutchinson and Doug Reddish Varsity.The .
easy way while we got our two especially in the second half" working as running backs. Seniors ground out a 13
the hard way," purse said. Hurse said.Strongside. Hurse said that all of the St. Wins play 80 yard drive followingthe
Hurse said the defensive Aycox interception and
guard Kurt backfield is continuing to
front seven only had a coupleof Minton and weak-side tackle improve. grabbed a 14-0 lead. Quarterback Needs SupportTornado
position breakdowns duringthe Benny Morris had their first "The experience we've Jimmy Prevatt
evening and he thoughtthat taste of varsity football gained is invaluable to us in Takes: Over 1stIn picked up 27 yards on the -
the problems could be Friday. Hurse said he thought getting prepared it gives us ground and added 21 throughthe
worked out by fall. they hung in there pretty well. two games in the Spring instead the showdown for first sixth and seventh inning air during the drive.A grldders will get program at BUS and he said
Hurse said that senior defensive and downed busted play by the Varsity their first taste of next year's
Hurse also used Marty of just one jamboree Madison Street held scoring 10 runs unless the Tornadoes draw a
tackle Marty Russell Russell at guard and Rowland Hurse said. in Morgan Road 177. allowed Steve Earnest to competition when they meet good crowd this could be their
to six hits
and senior defensive end Cummings at tackle on of Hurse said the game had a gaining Presbyterian an 8-3 victory just in Men's A double by Jeff Jockel and intercept a pitchout and run 38 Sajnta Fe in the first quarterand last year to play in the game.
Rowland Cummings had con fense. lesson for the players also. Church Softball singles by Terry Mundorff and yards untouched for a score. Buchholz in the third Both Santa Fe and Buchholzwill
sistent play during the League play Prevatt ran for the extra point quarter of the Spring Football
I "It helps the kids realize David gave Morgan be running out of the I
evening. Senior nose guard "We feel with their Russell( that they have to do a lot of sponsored by the Starke Road an 8-7 lead after five and gave the Seniors 22-0 lead Jamboree Friday at 7:30: at formation and should give the
Kenneth Cruger led the teamin and Cummings) size and Recreation Department. at half-time. Florida Field.In .
but First
work this summer before they innings Baptist Tornadoes something different -
be Madison Street scored first
blocking ability they may for the Seniors
tackles. can be the kind of team they fought back to win. Statistics to look at this spring.
when Eddie brought other match Santa Fe
able to help us on offense the ups
Junior Fred Woods out for Don Neal and were as lopsided as score
Benjie Moxley
want to be Hurse
next year, Stuart Duncan in from secondto meets Eastside in the second
the first time this year at defensive Hurse said.Marcus said. each had a double and two having outgained the Varsity "We run with split backs
tackle, showed improvement Cruse has shown pull ahead 1-0. singles to lead the First 164-60 in the first half and quarter Gainesville meets which requires a quicker read
during the game improvement at center, Hurse Madison Street added a Baptist attack. Other hittersfor holding them to just four first Eastside in the fourth quarter, by the defense but with an I
Hurse said. said. Cruce also handled the All Sports second run in the second inning First Baptist were Mark downs. and Buchholz takes on formation it requires more
Hurse said that junior Mark kickoffs and extra points for when Lamar Williams Milner with a triple and a Coach David Hurse said he Gainesville High in the final reading by the defense,"
Mosley got off to a shaky startat the varsity. Banquet Set doubled and Mike Gaskins home run,Gary Grable with a thought the key to the first match up.Coach Hurse said.During .
defensive end but settled "He (Cruce) did a good jobon singled bringing Williams in home run and a single, and half for the Seniors was In- Hurse said he is
down and did a good job the kickoff, I think he'll The annual Bradford High to score. Jimmy Prevatt with two timidation. hoping for good turn out of practice this week
All-Sporti Banquet, honoring In the third inning Joey doubles. The kids on the Varsityhad Tornado fans to give supportto Hurse has worked the defense
athletes in all sports except Bennett smashed a three run For Morgan Road Terry played behind these the team.In 'with the I and has worked. on
MIKE MITCHELL football, is set next Thursday homer to increase the Mundorff had a home run a people for two or three years the past jamboree offi- the kicking game.
May 26 at 7:30: p.m. in the and they were ust intimidated Hurse said that both
Madison Street lead to 5-0. double and a single. David cials have considered replacing
YAH HEYL LINCOLN MERCURY INC. Bradford Middle School gym. Presbyterian scored all Gaines had a double and two at first/' Hurse BHS with another Buchholz and" Santa Fe will be
Tickets are $5 per plate for their runs in the sixth. Dale singles. Lewis Cooper had a said. school because they claim not using a 50" defense, the
2201 N. Main St. Gainesville Fla.mron any person who is not a Haas had a home run with one double and a single and Doug The Varsity got on track in enough people make the trip same used at BHS and the one
member of the All-Sports man on to score two and Bruce Crawford had two singles. the third quarter using a six from Starke to follow the the offense has worked
Club, according to Mrs. Anne took play 67 yard drive to get on the against most in practice.
... '0111..1 Jackson followed with a triple Madison Street over Tornadoes} .
"This should
372.4251 372.4251 Godwin. and Steve Thomas drove him first place with an 8-1 record score board. Running back give us a
I II There will be no speakerthis in. while Presbyterian dropped to Doug Reddish had the big play Coach Hurse said that being chance to brush up on all
year because that makes second with an 8-2 record.The of drive a 25 yard run. The dropped from the Jamboree phases of the game," Hurse
the banquet too long with P.D. Cain was the top hitter Senior Boys are third at 5-4 point after touchdown was would hurt the footballDomino's said.
Cars For More People for
"More for Madison Street going 3
athletes in to
so sports
many and First Baptist is fourth at
4 with three singles.In
be recognized, Mrs. Godwin 45. Grace is fifth with a 2-7
Than Else" this week
Anyone the other
TI game
says. First Baptist rallied in the record and Morgan Road is And Gatorettes
last at 1-9

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Dominate Women's OpenThe

tLIAKANtlI' Gatorettes and the straight shut out as they fell to getting a single, a double anda
I IALL Domino's each picked up two the Gatorettes 26-0 in a two home run. Violet Kendall
4 easy wins' this week to remain inning game. also had three singles 11'the\,
one-two in the Women's Open DuPont held the Gatorettes second \inning.
League sponsored by the scoreless in the first innint Other hitters for the
Starke Recreation" De- 'but the Gatorettes explodedcfrforM'runs Gatorettes were Betty Ben-
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M .partment.. *+ "" ,\ od.1Z. ,bits 1ft-'the nett with two singles Carolyn
In games..this'week! : ''setond. Redding with -a triple and a

PLAYTEX CROCKUNDERGARMENTS Gatorettes 26-DuPont 0 Francis Coltrane had three single and Judy Williams witha
DuPont suffered its second hits in the second inning/( single.
For DuPont pitcher Teila
I Mercer had the only hit.

;; POTS Garden FrehPRODUCE Domino's.MacDonalds:

The Domino's used 19 different -
players in gaining an
% :'.3y2 Qt. easy 14-3 win over Mac-

25 % : ; Donalds.Marian Walmsley ,

-- ; 1 $ Casandra Johnson and Alice
0r Atwood each had two singlesfor
Off s1 gee the Domino's. Other hit
ters for the Domino's were
Pam Johns with a home run
VINE RIPE RUSKINTOMATOES I and Shelia Forsyth with a

: STEEL p" double.The Gatorettes lead the

\ Women's Open League with a
0 0 7-1 record. The Domino's are
LAWNCHAIRS 3l,<.$1 second with a 5-2 record.
MacDonalds is third at 2-5
while DuPont is last with a 0-7
/ \ a. : FRESH record.
Tuesday MacDonalds meets
BLACKEYE PEAS 00 the Gatorettes and the
3 .$1 Domino's meet DuPont in the
$1Q88 { e last games of the first half of
\ the season.

MEN'S /, HOME GROWN Gatorettes 24 MacDonalds y

{ The Gatorettes again
DOUBLEKNIT : < \ STRING proved they are the team to
: beat in the Women's Open
League with a 24-4. romp over

$ 2 5 \ ;;;rMODEL2150 BEANS MacDonalds.The Gatorettes. scored in

PANTS 4 $ every inning, pounding out 19

Pair :: }> GALAXY? OSCILLATING i 3lB. 100 hits 14 MacDonalds and taking errors.advantage of

Terri I Coburn I Carolyn
BOILING TYPE Redding and Deobrah Carr
MEN'S FANSLEISUREJACKETS were the top hitters for the
e e GREEN PEANUTS Gatorettes. Coburn had two
doubles and a single Redding
had two home runs and a
=: ; (" single and Carr had a home
$1988 I SEAFOOD run a double and a single.
Other hitters for the

FRESH '. : .... Gatorettes were Violet
a s Kendall with a triple and a
$400 CATFISH 9'v .- single, Merri Ormsbee with a
TG&Y $1 z double and a single and Karen
Purpura with two singles.
MacDonalds avoided shut
CHARCOAL 77 out when Ginny Kilby,
GRAVY TRAIN FRESH Carolyn Wilkerson, Sharon
t.t $ Kilby and Tasha Livingston

DOG 25 Lb. 10 Lb. Bag 2LBIMPD 9. hit rally.singles to start a four run

Domlno'i 24.DuPont 0
It only took one inning for
FOODS89$497 FRESH WATER Domino s to crush the.winless

rIIG.i&rSTERNS BREAM $ 1Norman's DuPont In the 24-0.biggest inning of the

: season the Domino' had 21
hits, nine for extra bases.
Betty Jean Hudson and
Marian Walmsley were the
Farm big sticks for the Domino's,
each with three hits in the
LIFE JACKETS ttD Produce & Inning. Hudson had a home
family centers run, a double and a single,
Walmsley had two doubles
Youth Ladies Men's Seafood Market and. a single.
Other bitters
r for the

$1 12 8 II GGflBFGEG( ) QOCJQQ J $ 617 N. Temple 964 6O71 with Johnson Domino's a double and were Kathy and Cassandra Whitehead a single

SHOPPING OPEN 8:3O am 6 pm each. Nancy McNeal and

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I Hasty Greene Wins 'Big' TournamentHasty I I.!


through the Greene Apollo Slowpitch walked each pitcher had Earl four Robbins home runs while In the bracket finals the Randall McGee. game with the next hit a 400' "Wesley hit .708 and he
Softball Tournament in Titus- for seven. went six: Machine put togetheronebf smash\ home run that gave made some diving catches at I
: vine undefeated to capture its best games of the Terry Strattan sent thegameMn Hasty Greene 25.24 victory. third and stopped some balls .,
first place while the Green In Green year to beat Jerry's Catering to extra innings by that were hit no hard you
I' Machine finished a strong they beat the Machine's opener 3830. hitting a game tieing, twoouthomePu'n The Green Machine then couldn't even see them," 1
\ third. 6. Machine 20- in the bottom of the. dropped into the losers Thomas said.
1 In the finals for their seventh. bracket and lost to Stuart For Hasty Greene Strattonhit ,
The tournament hosted the In bracket Hasty Greene beat National Bank ll-io putting .800 with nine home runs
strongest teams anywhere in Hasty Greene's second seventh ranked Stuart The Green Machine fought them out of the tournament Johnell Smith hit .760 with 10
the country with last year's game favorite they took on home town National Bank 25-16 to ad- right back when Jack Ryan hit .with a third place finish. homers. i
National champion. Warren Flagship Bank. vance to a winners bracket a home run with one on to Thomas said Danny k ,
Motors from Jacksonville, J$00 Claying: before a crowd of show down with the Green score two runs and Jim Stuart then met Hasty McKinney who was injured in
Hasty Greene
number one ranked Jerry's home runs and beat 16 Machine. Garlington followed with a Greene in the finals. A changeof the first game came through
Catacing from Miami both in 28-1?. Flagship The fight between the two home run.Hasty the wind kept the score low with clutch hits despite his
the 2W am line up. but Hasty Greene managed to injuries.For .
rivals provided one of the best Greene didn't jj
TEL give up pull out a 6-5 the j
Johnell Smith and new- of the win to take the Green Machine
games tournament
Hastyureene opened with a comer Matt as though. Danny McKinney tournament. Garlington batted .744,
Hull had three
the lead seesawed back and singled to lead off the
48-15 win' over Wellington inning. )
Carlton hit
home .644 with 11 home
runs each.
forth between
Mills from North Carolina. the two teams. After Matt Hull made the first runs and Donald Falcon hit
Hasty Greene had 21 home The out pitcher Earl Robbins drewa Wesley Sheffield was named .684. 'i
runs in the contest. Machine won a The Green Machine took a walk and Dennis Crawford the most valuable player for
tight 32-30 game over two run lead in the top of the singled driving in McKinney, the tournament. Coach Ronnie Both local teams are takinga
Wesley Sheffield, Dennis advance Southern to Truck the finals of Orlando seventh on a Ken Carlton leaving Hasty still two runs, Thomas of Hasty Greene said two week break with their --
Crawford and Terry Stratton bracket. of their home run and back to back down. Sheffield won the award with next tournament in mid-June Winkler 12 and Brian Thomas, 13, were the heroes of !
singles by Randall Simons and Johnell Smith ended the both his glove and bat. in Savannah. the day (along with Brian dog. Blackie) at Green Acres last :
week when they killed a six foot rattlesnake. ;
The two boys were blackberry picking when they discovered
I Grace the snake and were able dispatch it with their machetes and a
Stops Gold 16-4 pine sapling. Brian and Eddie recovered nine rattles and one. .

button from the snake. a

Grace Baptist played tight Grace scored 11 runs in the :
defense in the final three third to put the game on ice. 4 r tir Summer Rec ProgramThe j Offer 'Surorise9 Fridavs ::1 I Iand
innings allowing only two base Terrie Dyall and Janie RatlUf t ..
runners as they went on to each had two hits in the third bv.I.4t "' ''' a I
beat First Baptist Gold 16-4 in for Grace. Nancy Alvarez 1
Women's Church League Lanette Griffis and Linda Starke Recreation Monday and Wednesday from color. i Itchetucknee River a visit to
sponsored by the Starke Thomas each had a hit in the Department is gearing up fora 9-10 a.m. Tennis for ages 11-14 On Tuesday and Thursday the Jacksonville Zoo bowling,
Recreation Dept. third. % .r, ,1rt Summer Program which will be on Monday and mornings Small Fry'softball roller skating and camping.The .
Gold jumped out to> a quick The game between the should offer some surprises Wednesday from 10:13-11:30: : starts for kids 6 years of age field trips will depend on
3lead in the first on hits by Fellowship Angels and First for youths of Bradford County. a.m. who have completed the first available transportation.For .

Helen Crosby and Loretta Baptist Gold was postponed Every Friday will be grade through 9th. any information on the
Marchant and three Grace because of revival and will be "Special Day" according to Archery lesson will be givenon Some field trip possibilitiesare summer program contact
errors.The lead was short lived season.made up at the end of the Cheryl Godwin, recreation Tuesday and Thursday tubing trips down the Cheryl Godwin at 9646792.
director. from 9 a.m. until noon for kids
though as Grace scored four First Baptist Blue is in first I
runs in the bottom of the inning place with a 4-0 record. The Godwin said that on Fridaysshe 714.For the .. J
to take the lead. Sherrie Fellowship Angels are secondat will offer an activity that pre-schoolers the {
Muggins, Janie RaUiff, and 31.Grace is third at 2-3 and 4 ,) 1 will be different from the the recreation department Tots offers \\\\1"\\\\\S
Terrie Dyal had yr : 'l 4 Yr usual recreation activities. Tiny program
singles to First
Baptist Gold is last at 0- \ and &
spark the rally. 5. Some examples are a one day Monday from Wednesday CAEgA :
Two Grace errors brought Next Monday, May 30. Loretta Marchant from First Baptist Gold handles a hot Badminton tournament and The mornings will 9-11:30 have: a.m.
Vickie McKinney in to score m Grace meets the Fellowship grounder against Grace Baptist Monday night in Womens! introduction to ceramics program and gamesto
the second, but then Grace Angels while First Baptist Church League Action. First Baptist Gold had. Its problems instruction on the trampoline, play pictures to draw
slammed the door to shut out Blue takes on First Baptist though as Grace pounded them 16-4. and more.
Gold; the final three innings. Gold. '
FrIday ,
_.. afternoons will also Godwin Named
be varied. A playgroundS
375.1297 It :\,,cN l 964-6061 CLAY ELECTRIC competition, field
GAINESVILLE c t STARKEWAYNE day and talent show are just Rec. DirectorCheryl
some of the events planned.
& '
tr Instruction in tennis will be Godwin found a *
PLUMBING SUPPLY offered again this year. permanent home with the
KINNEYSINCE I Tennis for ages 7.10 will be on Starke Recreation Depart-
ltll: Blinding Blvd.Ridgewood
ment, when the recreation
I Orange Part TRAVEL ADVENTURE board voted unanimously last
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.. RoI.... Vial ....., I Miss Godwin is the daughterof 1967 FORD MUSTANG
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I Giants Win DYB National I GatorettesTake SecondIn I

helped his own cause pickingup Giants 18-Pirates 12 loss of the tournament.Big Deland TournamentThe
The Giants had to play five difference for the Giants I
two singles. Billy Aaron
in four days but the
games hard work had its reward the had two singles, while Richie The Giants staged a six run was their fielding, making

championship for the first half Fender had a triple and Tim rally in the sixth inning to only Pirates three had errors 13. while the Gatorettes suffered a ding was 3 for 3 for the Gator

of the season In the Dixie Tyson had a double. hand the Pirates their first Giants pitcher Randy N rYiI Sunday slump, dropping two ettes.
Youth Baseball National Parado allowed 11 hits and games in the finals of the In the second game of the
..... .. .. ....
held the
.0 the T.BC's
League struck out 11 in going the dis- Deland Womens Tournamentand finals
The Giants played the tance for the Giants. finished second. Gatorettes to nine hits as they
Pirates and Dodgers in a Gary Tyson and Andy Chaff won the title with a 10-6 victory
double elimination tournament Jir.T The Gatorettes had breezed Carolyn Redding had a 4
each had
.""".. two hits for the
after the three teams 'i . Giants. Billy Aaron had a into the finals undefeated. In for 4 day at the plate for the
tied for first place in the DYB \ : : \ home run and hada their opener they crushed Gatorettes.
National League.TOURVAMKNTG. ':: Long Florida Bank of Daytona 17-9
'It. '< double. behind the hitting of Paula Despite the lack of hitting in
: \MESGiants < ... ."t' t. Craig Sapp went four for Barton. Barton was 3 for 5 the last game Coach Mark
four with home
a run, a triple
Kendale thinks that offense is
with home run.
24-Dodgers 12 I and one
J ., two singles, to lead the the Gatorettes strong suit
In the opener the Giants f Pirates Marty Irons had two I 4)I In the second game the "We're starting to set a
singles. Randy Bennett had a "
took advantage of 24 walks i,6' Gatorettes trounced the pattern, Kendale said. "Our
: home run and Mike Colvin and T.C.B.'s of
the Daytona 24-5. hitting Is definitely what is
and 12 to
errors get past Y ,
Richard Alvarez each hit a
Dodllers 24-12 ; double. Frances Coltrane was 3 for 4 keeping us in these tourna-
The Giants took full advantage ments. We're still having a lot
of the walks by Giants 18.Pirates 8 and Nancy Wilkerson had a of errors on defense that haveto
:,' Hadcock third baseman
bases the Emmett Akrldge let fourth inning home run. be taken care of before next
stealing 23 in game The Giants wrapped the Monday afternoon,but It was OK In the end Had In the battle for the winners weekend.
and won despite getting only ,,' win 265. bracket the Gatorettes edgedthe
three hits. tournament with a 16-8 win
Green Machine of Coco Paula Barton the
over the Pirates.
Aaron and Jason
Bennett each had singles for The Giants kept the base Misfits Win First Beach 10-7 to advance to the leading hitter for the Gator-
the Giants and Larry Saucer paths full with the help of 17 finals. ettes in the Deland Tour-
had a double. walks and eight Pirate errors Mens In the finals the Ga toretlf'smetadetcrmlnedT.C.B. nament hitting .500 with two
I Larry Long Gary Tyson Giant pitcher Richie Fender Open TitleFight team home runs. Carolyn Redding
and Handy Parado each had The winning squad from the Keystone Heights Sportsman gave up only five walks and who was out for revenge of the hit .450 for the tournament
three stolen bases for the (lub in the first match of the local skeet shooting tournamentare struck out 13 in going the distance for first place in the Softball action earlier loss to the Gatorettes. The Gatorettes travel to a
Giants. (II-rh): Kill Sumpter, Corky Howe, Truman Dickinson. With second half of the season is the Starke The T.B.C.'s won the first Gainesville tournament this
Cory Frounfelter had two tht'mls "Puff" Piiffenbarger, president of the club. Not shown Randy Parado had a double still on while the champion for Department. game of the finals 139. Paula weekend. Their first game is
singles to lead the Dodgers from the inning/(team are Myron Prevail and Jerry Rowe. and a single while Billy Aaron the first half of the season was Barton was 3 for 4 with one Saturday morning at 8 a.m.
Clayton Norman had a triple Ed Klmutis of Starke was the high scorer. had two singles to lead the decided in this week's Men's home run and Carolyn Red- against the Liberty Bell.
and Bruce Hehberg hit a Giants. Open League slow pitch Page

double. -

Pirates 9-Giants 7 !

The Pirates put all their hits 5 OPEN
together in rallies in the third jftp
and fourth innings scoring MEMORIAL
nine runs to knock the Giants
into the losers bracket. DAY
The Pirates had only six hitsin
the contest but five of them

were doubles. Craig Sapp hada J .
double and a single while .
Richard Alvarez Jason Polk, I BOTTLE OF 50
Kenny Davis and Larry
0';Neal; all had doubles. t DATRIL500 89COPPERTONE

Richie Fender had a double 1 t 1 Non-Aspirin, Pain reliever Limit 1 '
and a single to lead the Giants. AMERICAN KORDITE :
Tony Diggs had two singles DOW Q
John Bennett and Andy Chaff FLAG TRASH
each had a double and Billy HAND!
Aaron had a home run. ,

The Pirates from got Craig solid Sapp pitching V TANNING BUTTER 67C KIT WRAP BAGS

.Limit, 1 3'x"5;: Flag set Includes ,
striking out seven giving up 1 1-ouncejar 20 GALLON-BOX OF 20
a 6' metal pole with .
hits and 100 Foot roll in a cutter
seven walking only
box Reg 53 Limit 2 (1

(Giants Giants IK-Dodgers came IITht' out FINAL NET 119 399 44Cy 129 .II;SN" 4

scrapping to knock off theUodt.'rs HAIR SPRAY 6AI8S1 6

!: and advance to the 8-oz,Invisible Hair Net LIMIT. TWO
finals with an 18.11 victory ,
Both teams had problemswith
pitchers control each r
getting! 11 walks "
Giants pitcher John BennettrulLEUIG TRIPLE LANOLIN



l b\' :'Il'il; Crawford I AIM WEB & ALUMINUM LAWNFURNITURE ic,. TENNIS "
Bradford Uassmdsters! held 77C
their annual fish fry and :May ; r TOOTHPASTE64ounce BEACH BALLS

tournament Saturday !May 21. LIMIT TWO CAN I/ Q Q Heavy Duty
on Santa Fe Lake. i( Familysize CHAIR Deluxe styling Post front ic. I O O Quality balls.
Theeatht'r was beautiful legs. Folds for storage. 31
but those hags just weren't Lightweight aluminum Assorted colors. ,
m the shallows.The J' 1 frame with cOlorlul"7' .
lake is low and awfully PACK OF 70 plastic webbing CHAIR
clear These are two factors No. 714 Reg. 599 No. 720

that work against you when WET ONES 7gc DELUXE STEEL
you go luv>g hunting.
At 'Win tried bass fillet ,li ? I'Illl' i Moist towellettes Limit ( 488 : 1097 : ; .

hushpuppies, grits baked RACQUET ,..
!beans tea etc., were enjoyedby
the Bassmasters friends 1. Tempered sleel i
and families. CHAISE 49 9 frame Tournament
At 2: p.m Bassmasters ULTRA No 320 ic nylon string
returned the lake to try and _, rAN VINYL COVER Reg 2399 Reg 6 95
make the last half the best SUPER 47c 88
half! CHAISE OR ic
A Ka>smaster by the name I, BEACH PAD TWO-MAN
William T Smith was very

successful in making this "7' VINYL
happenV T and Chuck 36620"x72'patterns

Duikfo left the landing and BOAT
headed tothe t west shore of the PERSONNA74 ic
little lake like houndon '.
a hot trail a coon DOUBLE EDGE BLADES 2 7. -...... ----, 1588 2-adult capacity _

Shortly alter 2 p m. \\.T -- Pack of 5 cartridges Limit 1 ic Medium size Reg 23 99
landed a 10)( pound ha\\g.
5/8 50 OFT.
Chuck about excited X
was as .
about the catch as W T was.Al i, 22-IN. CUT

8 p m, all Bassmasters POWERMOWER. HOSEHER ic ZEBCO XB-65
returned to the landing for the BALM BARR :
1 lug \\t'lgh-in. After all boats CUTICLE JOHNSON &JOHNSON REEL & ROD
returned and weighed their 1 ic,
hiss guess who was the CRAYONS BABY199packol3 Reinforced COMBO -
winner' 3 5 Briggs & Straiten Spring loaded disc ,
\V T "liawg Hunter' Smith POWDERLIMIT cycle engine. Sell + drag W
propelled mower 1 '
9-0l Can $799 fibetguss rod '
walked with honors.
away top Finish talc.y Adjusts 1'. to 3"
\\'.T. not only landed the 7ge LImit 1r 1 for cutting height. j| 9"
largest( bass but landed the poMdfr Reg 14188 ic: 99 't
most pounds of bass. RAINWAVE OSCILLATING 14 '
Also if no one tops the 10 OF 12 oY !'r '
REG 1998
pound bass that W.T landed. 11988 LAWN
Ihe club will have the trophy ROLAIDS34ge x' kV 1c
has. worked hard for / Tablets: MICRIN 61
this day. many times he has Lm i P.k SETTINGS iC l: OUTBOARDMOTOR ::::_'
been dow and out with those UNIVERSAL
hawgs. but the secret in 320Z I IYIICRil4e 1 1r GRASS CATCHER 66 REG. OIL '

winning is -NKM-.K: : : (..INKIP" : e e P 79 LIMIT ONE !_ S 788 Cotton 9.99K drill. 3 $488 Duplex MD for t)"'
1 Reg. 2-cycle: engines :
Second place went to Harold 83C 32-oz. sue. tsarsSERGEANT'S :

Brannen. Harold has also I BRECK I .., iC Reg 1.09 1 IIii\II\:
hung in there this year, and HOME UNIT Si ELECTRIC 4-QUART
looks like he will give Earl I GOLD i 1:0.-- I

Bassmaster of the Year
7-oz Bottle i ;.
Award. I choose from69c Types I KIT'to EDGER s o""W: FLEA "

Earl states that he has two I LIMIT TWO I No 109 '-. Lightweight easy to use. Ready to use ,.:
tournaments left to ac $1588 orNo 110) ) heavy duty monotilamenl Won t born Reg COLLAR :
I With
complish this and has lots of i LIMIT ONE H P. .MODEL 2000,
confidence I l I line 81'i (,, 9 Kills (Ilea. for I S""
In behalf of the club I would 48 l 17 4 months ,.... F

like to congratulate W.T. and : SELF TAKING I KIT $1788 : 39 Reg.2.69 -A' ".... .
Harold for their superb effort, 1 No. 1O4 LIMIT ONEl, .
O"QOOdl"rUSI28177 i irrrrn. REG 49 <<
The Live Oak BassmasterClub .7et'
postponed their visit to /r- r .
liI.nrrmn ,. SIUCOlll/nlCAU PRINT. ..
Starke. saying that they will ;
I would like to welcome Sam CONDITIONS I AND r' d BBQ 8".n.
Wise to the Bassmaster Club. 1 .'r
I would like to extend him all MINUTES LIMIT *I CI TWO H P. 8RI'GGS & """
the luck as he seeks but those I I ENGINEFOURWHEELS. CYCLE-THREE PROTECT ;y"
unpredictable bass. P.S. I 9988 988 C i YOUR
REG i $" .
understand Sam tried to 350 : SUNGLASSESOFF REG. : ." 58 COOKING HANOI ,;,
weigh in a mud fish at the last PRICE <

tournament I L-
Bass Wishes. Coupon good Ihru 5126117rrrr I : f'
Neil Crawford


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.------ May 26.1911 TELEGRAPH Pa gel A
---------------------. .. ---_ '
CHURCH -.----- --------
ACTIVITIES Mrs.Jim Burton,Jacksonville p.m.; Prayer Meeting '
Tuesday with 12 ladies and 3 Wednesday 7 p.m. LAWTEYBy Blanchard of Baker Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodges
Church of God- Sunday gentlemen present. Mrs. home of Macclenny and family attended the stock ;
School 10 a.m.; Worship Ser George Roberts Jr. presided.Mrs. LAWTEY VOLUNTEERFIRE afternoon. car races at Lake City on
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Frank Coss gave the de DEPARTMENTCAR Elizabeth Terry Miss Elizabeth Saturday night. J.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday votional. Each lady gave her WASH Phone 782.3300 visited her sister, Mrs. Mamie Green is ;
7:30p.m.: ; YPE Friday at 7:30: scripture from the Bible for SATURDAY. In the Awards presentationthe PII'DAYTvrk.y Mlatf" landwlcti. Strickland of spending some time with her
p.m. the program, after which a The Lawtey Volunteer Fire following students were tnnch. Irln iwaat ant. .plats pla, Wednesday morning niece, Mrs. Juanita Catlett, of 1
Evergreen Baptist- delicious luncheon was servedby Department will have a car recognized for achievement of milk Friday noon. Their Jacksonville. I
Sunday School 10 a.m.; the hostess Mrs. Jim wash Saturday May 28 from the Presidential award for PERSONALSMrs. Miss Eve Futch Friends of Mrs. Lucille T.
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Burton and a lady friend. 10 to 4 p.m.at the school. Only Physical Fitness: Valerie Wood Wester of Ivey, regret to learn that she .11
7 p.m.; T.U. 6 p.m.; Prayer $2 will get your car washedand WiUcerson, Valarie Jenkins Esther Mason of were their Thursday is a patient In Bradford .
Meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. Highland Baptist Sunday vacuumed; $10 will treat Teresa Wray Allison Davis Jacksonville visited Miss guests.Their niece and County Hospital. Our prayers
Faith Baptist Radio School 10 a.m.Worship; Ser- your car to a wash, vacuum Sam Norman, Owen Arthurlne Blanchard on daughter Miss are with her.Friends I
Program on WPXE 8 a.m. vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; and wax ob. The Ladies Auxiliary Southerland Lattimore afternooa Strickland visited of Bub Carter
Sunday; Bible School 10 a.m.t; Prayer Meeting Wednesday at will also be helping out Williams, Carlton Johnson Ralph Futch of Black Thursday night. regret to learn that he is a
Worship Services 11 a.m. 7:30: p.m. with bake sale.Come satisfy Suzanne Ball, Clifford Hit Mountain N.C. and Mrs. Misses Lynn and patient in Bradford County
7:30 p.m.; Prayer Meeting Laura Baptist Sunday your sweet tooth and get your Anthony Williams, EdwardCrewe Martha Brantley and children Whaley of Starke Hospital. Our prayers are ;'
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. School 10 a.m.; Worship Ser car cleaned up all at once. Bruce Simmons of Starke visited his aunt, weekend with their with him. All the children are 1
Grace United Methodist- vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; Richard Badillo, GeraldGuidon Miss Elizabeth Terry of Mr. and Mrs. Tom home.
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Prayer Meeting Wednesday at LAWTEY SCHOOL NEWS and Bryan Camp. Lawtey on Saturday af Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly l'
Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. 32 students were also ternoon. Miss Cheryl Boyette visited their brother Cecil
7:30: p.m.; Choir Practice 7 Northilde Baptist- The Lawtey P.T.O. met on recognized for 100 percent Celeste and James Melton the weekend with Whitehead, in Memorial '
p.m.; MYF 7:43: on Wed- Sunday School 10 a.m.; Worship Tuesday May 24 for a covered participation in P.T.O. children of Rev. and Mrs.. Durban of Hospital Jacksonville, on
nesday night. Services 11 a.m. and 7 dish supper and an installation programs this year. Leonard Melton, returned Mrs. C.R. Crews Saturday. .
Rev. M.E. Meyer plans to p.m.; Prayer Meeting of officers for the 1977-78 home on Tuesday from home Monday after Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly i
have a Memorial Day Wednesday at 7 p.m. school year. The new officersare School Menu Jacksonville Memorial the week with her attended Bradford-Union Retired J
Program on National Homes St. John's Missionary : and daughter Mr. Teachers Covered Dish
and will preach on Baptist- Sunday School 10 Dennis Thompson* May 30June :3 Hospital Mr and Jacksonville.Mrs. James Anders Tommy Clayton Luncheon at Lake Butler on .i
Americanism. There will be a.m.; Worship Services 11 President; Raymond Durban of Palatka came after their Tom in Thursday.Miss .
no evening service. a.m. and Second and Fourth Vice-President; Betty MONDAY Memorial Day. Sunday they attended Rachel Boyer, of
,,, mother O.J. Anders, on
Rev. and Mrs. M.E. Meyerare Sundays; Prayer Band Shuford. Secretary; and chtata TUaIDAYV..III.sandwich, banana. bn co... aaua win, Saturday and she went and House at National Jacksonville spent Wednesday
leaving for Conference on Mondays at noon. Olivia Scott, Treasurer. Icing milk.WSONISDAY. spent until Monday with them. where Tommy works to Friday with her I
Monday May 23 for Lakeland Smyrna Missionary A public discussion was also Mfaronl' twaatMI. Mrs. Blanche and Port.On Monday night brother-in-law and sister, Mr. ,P
Baptist- Sunday School 10 held regarding the relocationof rail t cuv, biscuits, auttar, milk.._. Phillips brought her home and Mrs. Fred Moore. .
Miss Arthurine Blanchard
United Methodist Women a.m.; Worship Services 11 seventh grade pupils to the .potato THURSDAY.*, Iran ..Mat.."., loaf a....,"roll*, 'visited her sister. Miss Enza stopped by and ate The Senior Class of Brad-
mef at the home of Mr. and a.m. and 7 p.m.; BTS 5:45: Lawtev Elementary School. 11 mar, mUll.LADIES' with his parents Mr. ford High School attended
Grad Night at Disney World, I
Orlando, on Friday night.
Wayne Harper and son of
Starke were Sunday dinner
guests of their grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt.
"' / Mr. and Mrs. Wesley
Thomas and Jay of Live Oak
were Sunday afternoon guestsof
their parents Mr. and Mrs
Fred Moore.

&fY 4 Ihq Miss Melissa Mayo of

.....-.--.-- '. ., -._,..a.7.n.7ta'mR.wW.n7p.H., ,.. '" $ b i ""lIt\ ::.',..."'.-..... ....,..."'..".-.'..-,..'.,., -mb.eh..."" -_.:f'.... ... yM4' *", overnight Hampton Lakes guest of was Miss a Friday Vickie

_.. \........ I Nicula. They carried her
home on Saturday afternoon.
!wI ... "RECON 1" WALKIE TALKIE Mrs.Edith Swinney and Mr.
r .' and Mrs. J.C. Beach spent
:; ,Q : f Transmits on "CB" Sunday afternoon with their
-INCH CHARCOAL : Designed for work parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.F
; 1888 telescoping chrome Robertson Mrs. Swinney re
license required. Reg. mained overnight.Mr. .
APER LIGHTER / r I ;: and Mrs. Char lei
Mosely family

LATES FLUID a I g gf I GALAXY Mr.supper and guests Mrs.of Lonnie their parents Teston.

Ickageof f 100. One Quart can ol Barb-O-Llle 'C: t-- Mrs. Wilma Wainwright
was an overnight guest of her
only. for( last easy and safe PEPSI LtA
Rite) 99' Limit 1 Pk. / ) Icy starts. Reg. 6949* I I daughter, Mrs. Patricia
r r
Sanders and girls of

\l1\\ t+ I 1I <<1: r.e 8 c... I 1888 grills.Req. Jacksonville.night they attended On Thursday the dance
J ..... I
33 PACANS ; --- .. Recital of her grand-
: I.. 1 1Z daughters Misses Lisa and
\! GALAXY Cathy, at the Civic Audi-
torium, Jacksonville. Miss
LIMIT' TWO 9-INCH Lisa was elected president of
EIGHT PAKSi j 1 the Senior Class of Lee High
.. 1ft.I" "' 88 1 speed 3 School for 1978.
1 I ', 9 desk Friends of Mrs. Tim
Model 2156 Wilkerson regret to learn that
she is a surgical patient In St.

A L 1 i A a S ville.Vincent's Our Hospital prayers are Jackson with

.... ... .. . tttl! VIP 1250 her.Mrs.. Daisy Law of Vero
It - - - -- _- T Beac 'Jvas.a
Saturday overnight
ESTAL '" 'i( 29-IN.. x'48IN.; it WYLER'S '.ti. I'i guest of her uncle and
8 High aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J.F.
BACHI SURF RIDER' LEMONADE 128 4 low Robertson.

RILL WITH ROPE 1 -ic MIX LIMIT 1: \\J\ returned Rembert home from Carradine Riverside .

16" grill on wheels Canvas. I Fresh fruit .. 1 !" Hospital on Sunday aftera
OlO3 pc. B-B-Q tool set. 597 beam construe 119 flavor 24-oz. c. week's We
stay. are happyto
97,4 lion. Reg. 7.97 can. Reg. 1.39ic :, t d mention that he is fine at
n.9 KEYSTONE 115X this time.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford
K -
PRINGLES CAMERA OUTFIT and family, Mr. and Mrs.
! 27" X 72" INFLATABLE George P. Shuford. Mrs.
-IN. ROUND POTATO Hester Hicks, Miss Joy
RAZIER ( W. 4: AIR K INCLUDES 115 X CAMERA. Redding and Mr. and Mrs.
9 9 9 FILM. MAGICUBE AND James Shuford and family
RILL J met at Beach after
Assorted colors the morning service and enjoyed
slproof. chromeplated 99' With built-in pillow a a family picnic and
With removable TWIN PAK
ofctng grid Reg. 1.69 74C r t r lunch.
pod 11.88
legs. Reg REG 89- / aa' On Saturday the Little
99 LIMIT TWO "THE HANDLE" League won the ball game
over the Gold 11-10. and the
6.4 OUNCE i INSTANT CAMERA Small Fry won over the Blue
4: 13-8. We are very proud of
SWIM FOAM both teams. The

( CUPSINFLATABLE 29 99 TO BEAUTIFUL INFINITY. LOW LIGHT also Mrs.a success.Blanche Phillips

ARCOAL RING Colo 6seL Pack 01 50. INSTANT returned to her home in
Reg 59"
39' Waynesville N.C. for the
IQUETTES B Req. 79' Limit 2 pack. 'summer.

08 REG. / Major James Daughterly of
Lawtey left for England
r-a / _.._._._" "4 INSTANT PRINT Sunday, May 15. His family
t (Ti will follow him as soon as he

SHOtAl.r.. BATHING 2-PIECE ;' 4 99 REG$8<* finds a home.CETA .

K VAMP SANDALS 8 Famous Brands.,
,HEST 68 Asst. colors. Meet SetThursday
REG. prints & sizes. !
197 3.99MEN'S 288 Reg. 7.99 AMA
With hinged lid. Apricotor / KR110-20,
Avocado. REG t 12 99
SWIM IN 135-20 0 public meeting of the
Public Service Employment
IGLOO Asst. sizes TRUNKS ?f'. KMA4A4 Committee will be held May
A colors. ELA464 26, at 9:30: m.m. in the County
WMATEIQOLER SthruXL.Asst. Commission meeting room in
388 colors.
Refl. 4.9930IN.X60IN. the house.Bradford County Court

Impact and lightnght. i Eckerd's famous The meeting will be held for
4 colors. MEN'S IA BOYS'. LOWBASKETBALL the purpose of priority for all

97Model 1371 s new positions requested for
1399 BEACH TWICE THEPRINTS funding under Title II of the
SHOES I Comprehensive Employmentand
Supersuctionsole. TOWEL Training Act.
... 29g Asst. Colorful Get an extra set of prints K All interested persons are
with every roll of color or invited to attend.
sir colors. Reg. 3.99 388 thirsty beach t 1 black and white print film
(QUART towels. Reg. 4.99 developed and printed. .
CE .. .


&TYROFOAM' WITH ':. .t 'I' 'V ...4MMMME?.

III/ LOCK& HANDLE LID 199 Colors 188 WATERTIGHT SWIRL' :" ': J rnw.JDIJBD( ( ( (! ( Ft. Sam Houston Texas. -

u REG. 2.59I REG. 2.99 "EG. 2 99 Army Sergeant First Class
vs D. Kerce, son of Mrs.
au'tnrrrw .... U9 Sara
3015 CherrySt.
"EG 711IHCH'S 831 Fulgham
S.' ., Starke, recently com
I pleted with honors. In an

EACH A PACK THERMO I Environmental Science and
HARD PRICES GOOD Community Health course at
the Academy of Health
CISSCSBUTTEftSCOTCH DISKS During the course. Kerce
77'C.STYROFOAMREG. .. SUPPIYI problem* and assist military
\ REG. 9.88 3. 7.' CINNAMON DISKS. families in resolving them.1
KEO. 4B PKO. ?+ They also learned to advise
military families of the
99'.S community health resource
a. available to meet their needs.

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"\ ''I'' I History .County :

EDlT.D.'ltIJPhosphate: :: !: !:: :
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TY./-d: Area Notebook

. - I Of Clay County erness ::..

by Bobby L. Taylor
The old-fashioned Phone: 964-6280
MiningNot "cemetery working" Is still a Extension 209
tradition in these parts,
although not as widely I hope that by printing time
practiced as It was "in the : JIr our drought will be broken.

an Unmixed BlessingThe early days," now that many Several folks have lost some

cemeteries are managed by crops in the Brooker area to
associations that have taken dry weather.: Others will not

over much of one make top yield or quality in

problems now confronting Florida hundreds of miles of dikes. About 50,000 sibility individuals.formerly assume by many areas of the county.

counties where phosphate mining is acres have, or are being reclaimed, but Pastures and hay fields
One that still clings to have also been affect .Most
already in progress, or soon to-be, more than 100,000 acres remain scarred
tradition, however, is Beulah cattle are still behugf schedule
should be enough to alert Bradford and useless. Baptist Church "Old In making s jfg andsummergainsandralvesare

County Commissioners to the fact that Cemetery" which has the f

this type of strip-mining has its Now emerging as perhaps the most distinction of being located not getting a normal start because I

disadvantages as well as its advantages.The serious problem of all, is the effect that within the confines of a of decreased milk I ,

phosphate mining is having on the military reservation, Camp ,,a production by the cow. ;
Blanding, in the western edgeof I
battle now waxes hottest in Floridan aquifer, one of the most Camp Blanding. 1. Some fields and crops t

Manatee, Hardee, and DeSoto Counties, dynamic and productive groundwater k however, do look good andharvest I
where the phosphate companies want to On a recent Saturday is on schedule.
in the world. The level of the
turn their giant machines loose on fresh systems morning some 25 faithful Vegetables like squash beans
aquifer, once thought indestructible, is members of Beulah Church and cucumbers are being
deposits of the mineral whichis
precious dropping dramatically in Polk County, turned out for the "working"and picked and tomatoes and ,
an essential ingredient in fertilizers in a couple of hours had sweet corn will be ready this I
necessary to produce the nation's food long the center of phosphate mining, and the ancient burial ground week.

crops. some coastal areas. One cause but not looking spic and span for
the only one, is phosphate mining which another year.
But the problem is also coming closeto _._ Farmers Market in
consumes enormous amounts of water.It ---- -- --- -- -
home. Columbia County is beginningto The 127-year-old church Starke is set to open at 10 a.m.
takes 10,000 gallons of water to founded in 1850 in the sandhill Saturday May 28. If you don't
have second thoughts about an Mrs. Elma (Thomas) Rlggs,long-term church clerk, and her nephew Cleo Ilickey,
one ton of ore, and the industry region of western Clay have a garden or if your
agreement its County Commission madein process pause during cemetery cleaning to reminisce at one of the most unusual grave
itself estimates that it uses 1.6 billion County, just east of Kingsley "markers" to be found In Florida.A vegetables are not ready, you
1973 to permit phosphate mining in Lake, is unique in having two should be able to get a good
the county. At that time Columbia did gallons of water a day. Eighty-five per cemeteries. One is located on replica oil pioneer log cabin with hand-hewn shake shingles, the miniature cabin variety at the Market.
shelters the grave of George Webb who died at the age of 21 of lobar pneumonia while
not have the protection of planning and cent of this is recycled, leaving 15 per the present church grounds, serving In a World War II CCC (Conservation Corps Camp) near Belmore in Clay The market will also be

zoning ordinances that have since been cent, or 250 million gallons a day as net on south Highway of the 21 Highway, a few 16 miles In- County. open from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

passed. loss from the aquifer. tersection. The "Old Hlckey was serving In the same camp with Webb and said the young man's parents each Tuesday and Thursdayand

Cemetery" is unique in that it expressed a wish that the cabin, whose shingles are now mossy with age be maintained from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The approximately 35,000 acres Perhaps the most emotional issue, anda Is, located within the Camp as a memorial to their son vegetables each Saturday run out nr until unlit I
subject to phosphate mining in Columbia relatively new one, involving the Blanding reservation. To everyone has their freezer
reach it, members of the that w ,
Military Department .'
is the
County are expected to supplement the phosphate industry potential church must obtain ,. ...
a key to a certain lands had been con (' full.Good
.. .
of radiation. Over millions of '
Hamilton County acreage after the danger locked gate on Highway 21 demed for government use at .: fresh vegetables are

company begins delivery of super. years, as phosphate deposits were from the Quartermaster'soffice the new World War II training v 11I.:1..: hard to beat. I hope you have

phosphoric acid to the Soviet Union in created, uranium was captured and at Blanding, and drive ground Camp Blanding. The ii' plans to get some soon.
retained in the ore and the "leachlayer" several miles west along old Beulah Church fell within ,,', "
immediately above. Higher than sandy "Turkey Trot Road" to this area aid $800 ;t::..I -
the picturesque cemetery, for the land .."/
So Columbia County is apparently Speaking of
normal radiation levels have been foundin shaded by towering cedar .::'-,: ,. '\ Vegetable Field '
locked in with an agreement made some homes that were built on trees, and located within astone's The church then moved to held at the Day
1)I I
before the county had the benefit of reclaimed lands, mined before 1940. throw of the historicold its present location on SR-21. "' -( Florida next Thursday.
planning and zoning ordinances that are Although there are conflicting estimatesof Newnansville Road, a For this purpose, four acres of ,'' : ; 2.
sandy trail that was once the land were deeded to the
in effect.In '
now the risk involved to living in 9! !
persons main thoroughfare from church by Foremost (Dairy) The program and .

a recent editorial headed "County these homes, the potential danger has Alachua County to Mid- Properties, largely as a resultof open to anyone who is in- ';
caused concern in the central Floridaarea. the association of one of the LTr'aa6.w '\ terested in vegetable product
Needs Backbone on Mining Issue, a dleburg. Portions of the road ,:
tion research. ,
members, N.C. Wainwright, .' ', or
are still well defined and are ;
Maria Island
at Anna ,
near old '
newspaper with the company. The ; : .
used A discussion
frequently by Camp period on
called for the Com- School .
Sarasota County Central building was
Blandmg personnel to reach .. '' I Ir vegetable research underway
in ,
mission to place the question of per Although phosphate reserves remote areas of the reserve. moved to the present site of : at the horticulture unit will
Bradford and Union Counties are not of the church, and later replacedby '
mitting phosphate mining in that countyon < start at 9:30: a.m. A dutch
of quality they have Beulah Missionary Baptist the cement block sanctuary : lunch will be
the ballot this fall and allow the high quantity : treat available at I
to have a voice in the ultimate attracted the interest of Kerr-McGee Church was established now in use. Due to the .....- ,,- ,. ''::>>. '--'.=..,. the research unit and a tour ol
people which
settled it
November 13, 1850 "accordingto sparsely area field
plots will follow in the
decision. The editorial said, "Un Corporation which has assembled a principles set forth a: the serves, the church roll has afternoon.

fortunately, a majority of the County block of fee-owned property of approximately Baptist Assembly held in shown little growth over the The "Old Church Cemetery" In Camp Blanding reservation

Commission has adopted the attitude 5,000 acres, supplementedby Philadelphia, Pa. in 1742." years, and now totals around presents a splc-and-ipaa appearance after Saturday morning Topics to be covered duringthe
60, only a few more than it had clean-up. Large monument In foreground is that of James discussion period and tour
that there is nothing they can do to stop fee leases totaling some 3,000 acres in Wilson, member of
The two-acre( site for the in 1856. a prominent "Wilderness" family, and include snap bean cantaloupe
the giant phosphate companies from the western part of the county, north of original church grounds and great-grandfather of incumbent Clay County Sheriff Jennings and: sweet corn

moving into the eastern' part of the Brooker. cemetery was deeded to the Mrs. Elma Riggs, who has Murrhee. breeding studies strawberryand
been the church roll
county and digging up thousands of church by Kindred B. Drew, on longer cucumber variety evalua

acres in their quest for phosphate. The The company is also assembling landsin an elderly settler of the area. has than any served other as member clerk and and ., Lion, trickle irrigation for
The first sanctuary was a log strawberries and nutritional
Union with its ultimate .
problem with the Commissi, _ers seemsto County goal house, which was replaced in treasurer for 60 years, was composiston of vegetables.
be that they are out of tune with a being to have two 1.5 million tons-per- 1874 by a frame church which born at "Wilderness" a one- Other topics are production '1

good many of their constituents andhaven't year mining operations, one in each faced south and had "two time postoffice and settlementof technology for small farm
front doors with the pulpit some 20 or 30 families, operations, watermelon ,
taken the time to find out what county. about halfway between Starke I"
between them that and
placed so
can be done... and Green Cove Springs in the production herbicide practices
The total investment (estimated in anyone wishing to leave sandhills south of Highway 16, studies.
the must
during service
The editorial continues: "There is a 1975)) would be $75 million, with employment by the preacher." along the north prong of Black The horticulture unit is :1 i

multitude of unanswered questions projected at a total of 300 for Creek about 7 miles northwest of .

regarding the proposed phosphate the two counties.It The first pastor was the According to "Webb's Gainesville on Millhopper
will be
for eastern Manatee Rev. L.W. Kickliter, who road. Signs displayed "
mining plans Florida a directory
on the road to direct you to the
County. Among the questions that need cannot be argued that the became lifetime a, legend representing in his published in 1885 among the center. Make your plans now

answering are the almost certain ad- phosphate industry has not benefitted religious prominent residents" of to attend this program next
Wilderness the
verse effects the mining operation will Florida commercially by providing leadership in this area. Thomases, Wilsons were Geigers, week.

have on the existing fresh water supplyin thousands of jobs at higher than average Church membership in 1856 Drews Greens, Walls, and Beulah as It looked while occupying the old Central School The Division of Marketingof

this area; potential dangers as a resultof industrial wages; paying millions of totaled 52 and records indicate Harrises. Martin Fouts was House. the Florida Department of
that "...some of the members and Rev. E.R. Agriculture and Consumer
radioactivity inherent in the mining of dollars in taxes; and making Tampa a often admonished postmaster,
were Services plays an importantrole
Timmons the
; and the general air pollutionproblems major world port. But there are certain because of nonattendanceand church. pastor is assisting Florida pro

caused by mining. All of these long range effects on the environmentthat for other things not. ducers in the orderly

points need to be answered conclusivelybefore must be taken into consideration, as becoming to a Christian." Mrs. Riggs was the marketing of their agricultural

Beker, Phillips or any other firmis well as the immediate, short-term daughter of Lafayette products. One way in
Because of the impassable Thomas and was a first which the Division provides
allowed to start tearing up the turf in benefits. condition of the sandhill road cousin of Archibald J. (Arch) help for Florida producers is
these parts. that led to the church, the Thomas long-time clerk of enforcement of the License

Two years ago an ordinance known as trustees, in 1933, filed a the circuit court of Bradford and Bond Law.
Another problem, or "curse, as they the Bradford County Strip Mining In- request with the Clay County County, and also a native of
have been called, are the mammoth School Board to hold servicesIn the Wilderness area. All dealers in agricultural
dustry Regulation was presented to the products must be licensed and
the abandoned Central
slime pits left by the mining process. County Commission for its considerationand School house. The request was bonded unless full payment is

After the monstrous, strip-mining possible passage. The matter was granted,and the congregationmet made in cash currency at the
draglines dig the ore from the ground, "Happiness it activity." immediate time of purchase.
tabled, and up to date has! not been there until July 1942 when
seventy tons at a scoop, the phosphate revived.In they were notified by the U.S, Aristotle A few minutes to consider the
chunks separated from the sand and following suggestions will
problems and
.u. h u u'u uuuU.h prevent provebeneficial
clay by a washing and flotation process. :;:'=':'...o;:;;::'>:;::::::::: ::'>-r.::'$::::::::r.;::::: ::,-:$:::::::'$::;:::::::: *:;:$;:::;::::.;:::::;,:::
view of repercussions now issuing "' :
But the particles of clay absorb enormous "- '''.' ''
from phosphate mining areas, where .II\'f
and hang to C 1. DO NOT do business
of water on
amounts ;
second looks taken at immediate [: ,,
are being with dealers who not licensed
five in the settling --g are
it. After years M '
cash benefits in relation to '
JL* and bonded unless
the slime might be composed of I '..- u..K''''A.. '';;M 4 you
possible long-range detriments, it would receive full payment in cash

one part of clay to five take parts from of water.ten to seem to be the better part of wisdom to \\ The "new" Beulah Church as it looks today at Its location on currency.
can n
The resulting goo
to settle. protect the county from possible strip- Slate Road 21. 2. DO-be sure that you and
or even
twenty years mining abuses, at the same time not the buyer understand the
For decades the industry has disposed of making the rules and regulations so terms of the transaction.

these wastes by pumping them into restrictive and costly as to jeopardize 3. DO prepare a sales
reservoirs, hundreds of acres p0 UTTERS.ANOTHER
huge open chances of in the ticket each load show
in area, and contained by earthen dams. a new industry locating on -
area. buyer, date, quantity, type
commodity, price vehicle
Occasional spills have angered com VIEW I know that there are four tag numbers and signature of
munities from time to time, but none The belief that state regulations offer ON SCHOOL PROBLEMS 4th grades. If he is giving the the buyer.

matched the one of December 3, 1971 all the protection needed, is not well lyMt teacher that much trouble,
when dam Fort Meade broke and founded, since rules written at the state DearSir: why haven't they placed him 4. DO see the buyer re-
a near
: I would like to express my in another class? To me, to ceives the quality and
level address
cannot local
two billion gallons of clay and water specific \ view on some of the problemsthat have a child suspended is an quantity of produce ordered.

gushed into Peace River, killing marine problems, or provide the local control are going on at Starke indication that a teacher is not

life all the way to Charlotte Harbor, needed in dealing with matters of this r Y1iW r Elementary School.I able to do his job.If .

eighty-five miles away. kind. BRADFORD CO. SCHOOL I30/RP have a stepson who is in the whole School Board
the 4th grade and so far he has would back the superin- Car Wash Set

Mining companies can fill in the Columbia County's present dilemmaand been suspended two times this tendent we would have a much II I
of where it standsin EYERYTHIN ISSo year. Also, he is ten years old. better school Thank I
cavities produced by ore extraction, but uncertainty just system. Saturday By

it's a different story with the billions of the strip-mining controversy should PEACrRUx The first time was for you.

gallons of slime settling over tens of serve as a warning of what could happenin fighting and the second time Leslie PhillipsP.O. Lawtey Firemen

thousands of acres and contained' by Bradford, unless we are prepared.miiiijiitp4. WoNC ENWI R "N E ? disturbing was for making the class noises and and Lawtey. Box,Fla.273

I NpPP defying the teacher's ('

authority.One '.
P..Q! + A car wash for the benefit of(,
time a 12-year-old boy the Lawtey Volunteer Fire

Q kicked my stepson and my Department will be held*

wife went to the principal and Saturday, May 28, 10 a.m. to 4,
told him what his teacher pm. at Lawtey Elementary
said. Shesaid that the 12year. Sc hool.
o oy old should have kicked p11FL
,tyqfats BOB G. FERGJSON.-JOHN M. MILLER ". QSSSTt son's teeth out. In conjunction with-the car
$ Publishers wash the Ladies
Auxiliary of.
The principal said he would
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at btarKl, ela. under look Into the matter and he got department will hold a'
Actof March 3, 1879 the witnesses together, and all The South American countryof bake sale.

Subscription rate m trade area: $7 per year: $4 six month -4 told him what my son had said from Brazil derive its name Car wash prices will be $2
the reddish the
Outside trade area: $8 per ye>r $4,50 six month was true. Also one of the Spanish and Portugese tree call for a wash and vacuum and

Phone 964 6305: I t Starke. Fl*. ...... witnesses! was the one who brad,, and which. we call $10 for a wash- wax, and

i>k*<<" WO ; ":; kicked my son Brazilwood. vacuum.

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Felecia Rosier, Lauren ThomasTo Jeannie .
Faulk, rc BRA D .
0OV1y Page 18 ,
Wed Julv. 8 Vic NettlesTo t -

Mr. and Mrs. Bobby V. ,Wed, May 28 al iit kgrap 11 oem.y 26, 1977"f.
Rosier of Lawtey announce
the engagement and ap. Miss Jeannie Paulk and Vic
proaching marriage'of their Nettles will be united in QU,, MU? Jfowb

daughter, Felecia Suzanne, to marriage Saturday, May 28.
Lauren Freeman Thomas, son at 4 p.m. at the Church of The Sweetest SIr.wucrr'Donna This of Heaven _> ie(tf [:110",
of Mrs. Seletta Thomas and Jesus Christ of Latter Day Ar oc ,1
the late D.L. Thomas of Saints on Bessent Road with a rr j
Starke. reception following; at the I
The wedding will take place Woman's Club of Starke. '
July 8 at 8 p.m. at Evergreen t 4 All friends and relatives are Prevatt Pine Level Church Celebrates :
Baptist Church in Lawtey witha + invited to attend. I

reception Raiford.All at the club houseat Honored At Old-Fashioned DayPine

friends and relatives are 1 Ruth Hazen, I'w
invited to attend.Eastern r r Two PartiesMiss ? J Level Baptist Church to Mrs. Dottie Thornton.
Harold DavisTo r celebrated its annual Old Donna Thornton and Len
Donna Prevatt, June Fashioned Day Sunday, May Hopkins received awards for
Star Wed 27 ))1 bride-elect, was honored at 22, and members dressed in the outstanding teenage girl j
. May a kitchen shower Thursday old fashioned attire were and boy.

:: Supper May 28 Miss Ruth Hazen and evening, May 12, given by '4 judged according to their The H.M. Ely family received i
Felecia Rosier and Lauren Mrs. Mitch Brannen, Mrs. originality.First the award for the 4
Thomas Harold Da vis will be united in Donald Carter and Mrs. Linda place in the family oldest Bible which was printedin
I ,' Starke chapter, No. 224 .--- marriage Friday, May 27, at 8p.m. Johns at the home of the latteron category was won by the Marc 1851. i
Order of the Eastern Star, will at the First Baptist
Jackson second The auditorium
Weldon street.Arrangements family; placeby was filled to
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thomas !
have a covered dish supper, Patsy McClure daughter of Church with a reception of roses and the Harry Melton family; capacity all during the services ;
Saturday, May Hall.28,at 7 p.m. in Mr.and Mrs. Bob Lewis, has a following In the church Rhonda Mayo potted plants were used at and third place by the J.G. of the day and there i,I
the Masonic 4,0 grade point average for the Fellowship Hall. vantage points throughout the Broome family. were 306 present in Sunday
All Masons and their All friends and relatives
year at Valdosta State Receiving first place in the School.
party rooms.
I",. i families are invited to attend. College. invited to attend.Jeannie Donald Thomas couples category were Rick ,
and Clydie Jackson second
Wed May 6 .\iThe diningroom table was place went to Hugh and; Nellie Country Club
J ,1 I Faulk covered with a white polyester Hutson; and third place to 't
Rhonda Mayo and Donald Cloth over a blue liner and was I Marlon and Margaret Has Annual
\Vi' Ct. Diamond Thomas were united in centered with an arrangementof Thornton.
Honored At
*V-! marriage May 6 in the First fern, roses and gladioli. In the individual class Betty Luau Saturday I

, / Solitaire Ring Two PartiesMiss Baptist Church in Starke with Among the 30 guests who I Ann Alvarez won first place;
; Travis Kimbrill officiatingThe called between the hours of Mrs Lucille Ricks won Approximately 320 mem-
Lt Reg. >SOS00 bride, daughter of Mr. 7:30and: 9 those from out- ..-- 4 second; and third place wentGOING bers and friends attended the
and Mrs. Dallas of Lake p.m. annual Starke
Mayo CASUAL COTI'ON-For Golf and
of-town going
Mrs. L.O. -
were -- -
, 199500 Jeannie Faulk May 28 Hampton Oaks, wore a white Hartley, mother of the places and doing things. Maidof Country Club Luau Saturday
: bride-elect, was honored at street length dress. Cotton Kathryn Tenkhoff A, night.
With Purchase Of and Mrs.
two parties over the weekend. Melissa Mayo attended her E.L.prospective Cooksey groom, aunt of chooses this casual combina- The grounds were a-glitter
Guard maid of honor. tion. A safari Jacket of with Tiki
Matching Ring sister as. beige lamps and lanterns,
both of St.
A/ttII1M11r1.. Friday noon the staff of the Mr. Thomas, son of Mrs. groom cotton corduroy teams with mingled with palms and lush
At Regular Price Reception Medical Center at Sue Thomas of Miami, was Augustine, and Mrs. L.C. matching twill pants and rust- greenery. The pool had two
of Waldo. w
t et.DliiMiri. CIII'er Lake Butler gave a luncheon attended by Danny Kelly colored turtleneck sweater for floating floral arrangements
and bridal shower for Miss Strickland. Thomas is the easy-going comfort. A scarf In carrying out the Hawaiin
Faulk at the KMC building. rust, gold and navy completes
Rug grandson of Dick Thomas of the outfit.Vickie. theme
I., ".g. Prlc '700" f GEM Starke and the late Elsie Miss Prevatt was honoredat The club room was also

4.;: '1"" Thomas. a Coffee Saturday, May 21, decorated with colorful floral
: The bride will graduatefrom at the Garden Center in St. Norman Y arrangements. A Bird of
.JEWELRY Miss Norma Canova, Mrs. 1w
Bradford High School in Paradise arrangement cen-
.'. These Prices Good Augustine. Hostesses were
Collins, Mrs. J.O. Gay,
Brady tered the
June. ; nit punch table and a
Mrs. E.L. Cooksey, Mrs. R.E. Elected PresidentOf
Mrs. William Haas and Mrs. Mr. Thomas is BUS fruit
Thur May 26 a tropical arrangement
; Barclay, Mrs.
' Richard Wimpy gave a luncheon graduate and is serving in the Joseph centered the buffet talbe.
too E. Call. Str..t.j" Kovolski and Mrs. L.O.Davis. '
for Miss Little WomenVickie
last Saturday
June 2 Only US Air Force. The Archer Bank band
. Stark. 964-5211 Faulk at the Garden After June 3 the couple will provided music for dancing
The Center was attractively
Restaurant.The live in Rantoul, 111. decorated\ with arrangementsof Norman was elected during the evening.

greenery,white gladioli and president of the Little Those attending were
head table of the T- blue Women's Club at a special dressed in the Hawaiian
lavender wild
shaped table held an arrangement Carl T, EdwardsTo flowers. meeting Monday night May ., motif.
of roses, sweet peas and 23 at the home of the presI- Mrs. Ralph Bryan, in
earn Jo if lain white daisies in a silver bowl. Celebrate 25th Presiding at the punch bowl dent, Ann Allen. charge of arrangements, Ben
.' Down the length of the table ,was Miss Linda Cooksey and Serving with Miss Normanwill Moxley, in charge of the refreshments -
was a garland of ivy inter. Anniversary June 5 Mrs. Gregory Alvarez. Mrs. be Melinda Mallory, vice. and Larry
spered with day lilies, daisies L.O. Davis poured coffee. president, Lynn Barber, Williams, decorations, and
(Jour gift _A+or and stokes Mint cups were Mr. and Mrs. Carl T. Ed- Greeting the guests at the secretary, Brenda Sapp, their committees made the
at each setting. wards will celebrate their 25th door were Mrs. Cooksey, Mrs. treasurer.The evening a gala affair.TURNING .
C.A riilmaivacation Mrs. Brady Collins poured wedding anniversary at a Kovolski, the honoree, her girls planned to have a
punch from a crystal bowl before reception Sunday, June 5, mother, Mrs. J.T. Prevatt, spaghetti supper at the next
the luncheon.The from 2 to 5 p.m. at their homein Jr., and mother of theprospective regular meeting, June 6 at the POINT
Included Mrs. Brooker. groom, Mrs. L.O. club house dance
.[Jail 20 guests ; a on Friday MEMBERS GUESTS
n y Lucian Johns of Jacksonville, Their daughters and their Hartley.The night, June 3; and a trip to PLACES-For on-the- HERE FRIDAY
mother of the honoree, Mrs. husbands, Mr. and Mrs. Joey hostesses gave Miss Disney World August 5 to go daytime wear. Maid of Cot "Turningpoint,"a Christian
Ji__ Maxie Carter, Sr., grand- Bennett of Lawtey and Mr. Prevatt a covered Buenilum spend the night and stop at ton Kathryn Tenkhoff finds singing group were overnight
mother, and Miss Martel and Mrs. Eddie Hazen will Server as a memento of the Sea World on the way home on this three-piece Teal Traina design guests Friday of group
I Johns of Jacksonville, sisterof host the affair. occasion. Saturday, August 6. fills the bill. A bulky- members' parents while
CLASSES NOW FORMING the honoree. All friends and relatives are Out-of-town guests included weave cotton In toast and white traveling from Okeechobee,
Mrs. Gregory Alvarez andMrs. plaid, the ensemble features
The hostesses presentedMiss invited to attend. a Fla. to Columbus, Ga.
Dolph E. Reddish of --eeeeee softly gathered skirt and mid-
& Faulk with of .
Beginning Special Project Macrame a corsage .--- 5t rke.and ''Mrs 'Mitch Mrs.. length jacket.bow-neck white Leslie Jones of Hampton,
L.A. Johns
1 For' Adults' ''Tuesday May 31". 7:00: 9:00: S'M..: ,her white chosen daisies! china and.a pattern plate as of a Miss Liz Bennet of Orange "Btannen of Lake,Butler. 'weekend with\ 'Mr.. and spent Mrs.the cotton wide, white bloua4 leather complements belt. the, Va.Orange and Texas Ginger were Newman guests of ofMr. "

, memento,of the occasion. Park was weekend guest of One hundred guests were Maxie Carter, Jr. and at ) and Mrs. George H.
Beginning & Special Project Macrame' Miss Adrienne Barry. Invited to call between the tended the Luau at the Pierce. Warren Brown of
Jo Smith
hours 10 a.m. 12 noon. Country Club. Betty
Auburndale, Walt Pinder of
For Adults Thursday June 2 .10:00.12:00: : NoorChildren's -
' Michael McRaeEngagement Jesup, Ga., Mike Baugh of

Macrame'Ages Children's Macrame'Ages The Steak Man EARN YOUR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMABY Fairhope Starke, Ala.were and Mike guests Kingof of

! 13-16 812Wednesday TAKING THE GED TESTS. ToldMrs. Mike's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter M. King.
Tuesday, June 14 June 15 '4t Dares You Applications For The GED Tests Are Being Taken At Betty Cobb of Their director Danny

1:00: '- 3:00: P.M. 10:00: 12:00: Noon The Bradford-Union Area Vocational Technical Center. Bearesford, S.D. announcesthe Mark Whipple of Greenville, S.C.,
i Owen of Fairhope, Ala.
engagement and ap-,,
Registration Fee- 10 For 5 ClassesPlus ( To The Deadline Is June 3, 1977 proaching marriage of her)* Tenn.and Bill stayed Olds of with Memphis Bill's,
Jo Smith, to
daughter Betty
Macrame' Materials Call 964-6150 For Information. AIC Michael James McRae of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben. G.

Eat One Of Offutt AFB, Omaha, Neb.,son Olds at Keystone Heights.
DECOUPAGE CLASS Thursday, June 9 EXAMINATIONS ARE SCHEDULEDJune of Mr. and Mrs. James E. The group end their 11
month tour on June 5 after
7:00: 9:00: P.M. I' '' Those Giant 6-9 From 1OO: P.M. 10:00: P.M. McRae of Starke.will be having traveled over 80
> Registration Fee 'S* For 3 Classes Plus Materials! June 10 From 8:30: A.M. 4:00: P.M. 5/28-8/2 nounced Wedding at plans a later date. thousand miles and across 19

BEGINNING ART drawilgepaintingedesign w Ii Foot LongSteak

Thursday. June 30 700.900: : P.M.
Instructor Bobble Sue O'Brian I UDC To Hold

Registration Fee-MS" For 7 Classes.Plus Material : Sandwiches .
EVERYONE InstallationJune
1 At MundysThe

c." ... pics.. :.rwdMl J.\\\G B Y Full Meal In Itself
4q W.T. Weeks chapter
:1./1.,. "'Q ONLY AT UDC, will hold their annualcovered
INVITEDVacation ( dish lunch and in-
, JINNI mrir (jI/t, (DWI5 LC1r 3 (DOCLi4( flfI5t3tJ( t stallation of officers on
'/ I 150 W. Cal St. Wednesday,June 1, at 11 a.m.
.i... ..-4.1. & C/t Srr,(l.a 91ark. ee4.77U 1212 N. Temple Ave. 964-6567 at the Kingsley Lake home of

Mrs. W.B. Mundy.
Bible School Mrs. Charley Johns and
Mrs.Guy Sale will cohost with
Mrs. Mundy.Retired.

Freezer Special i "77 Theme "The God Of Creation" Teachers

Hold Meeting


Morgan Rd.
The Bradford-Union RetiredTeacher's

t ,t a Association met
ti Thursday, May 19, In Lake
Butler with the Union County
l teachers serving as hostessesfor
the covered dish luncheon. .
ChurchMay President Leona Royal
Baptist presided over the business .
meeting following the lun
N was decided that all five

regular meetings would be
$ 50 luncheon meetings. The next
meeting will be the third

30 June 3 1977 Thursday Retired teachers in September.connectedwith

the schools are urged to
become part of the
Lb. k,4, association.The .
.. asked that

7:00: ) To 9:00 P.M. Nightly each make committee a report chairman at each

meeting. The standing
committees are: Program,

From Noon Friday And All Day Saturday Legislative Relations, Insurance Community I

For Call Recreation and Publicity "
Transportation A fellowship following the

City Fish Rnd Meat Mkt. meeting-was-enjoyable._.

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews
964-8216 of Kingsley Lake and Mrs.

607 E. Brownlee 964-8077. !B ssie Sapp and Mrs. Annie
.Celly of Raiford, attended the
funeral of Mrs. C.B. Mott in

Orlando.on Saturday.I 6, '
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28 TELEGRAPH May 26, 1977

Xi Iota Delta Holds Founders Day April 30 Sororities Give Mother's Day 190 Bradford High Seniors Attend Grad Night
XI Iota Delta Exemplar scholarships end helping the Year. There being a tie Xi in Tea May 7 All Night Friday At Disney World ComplexFive
Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Cystic Fibrosis on a local the secret ballot voting
held) its Founder's Day Cele level. Iota Delta Girls of the Year Gamma Theta and Xi Iota the Rainbow Road"Arrangements school buses loaded regular attractions, the He said the only rides with
bration and awards banquet The toastmistress for the Connie Best and Diane Hodge({ Delta Chapters of Beta of yellow with 190 Bradford High seniors had the opportunity to long lines were Space
evening was President Cherie received a Girl of the Year pm seniors and their dates left hear KC and the Sunshine and the
Phi held their Mountain Haunted
Saturday evening, April 30, second annual roses were placed through out
with their husbands in atten- Cox. Secretary Brenda Slade and trophy. Mother's Day Tea May 7, in the room and also used to for Starke Friday, May 20, bound Band, Flash Cadillac and the Mansion.
led the members in the can- Those attending were: Mr. Walt Disney World and the Continental Kids, Starbuck,
dance in the Pecan Room of the Pecan Room of the Garden decorate the serving table.
the Garden RestaurantThe dlelight Founder's Day pledge and Mrs. Verl Best, Mr. and Restaurant from Ms. Cherie Cox served annual Grad. Night cele- and other live bands. After a long, hard'night of
Mr. and 3pm. to 5 punch bration, with high school The buses left Starke about the tired
Bryan partying
Founder's Day celebration ,and Vice President Connie Mrs. Ralph and Mrs. Verl Best group returned
marked the 46th anni- Best presented the special Mrs.C.W.Slade,Mr. and Mrs. p.m.Rainbow colored candles In over the silver tea service.presided. seniors from throughout the 7:30: p.m. Friday night, to Starke at about 9:30:
versary of Beta Sigma Phi, message from the Sorority'sInternational Wayne Wynn, Mr. and Mrs. silver candelabras and Members mothers, southeast. and were at the gates about 2 a.m. A breakfast stop was
Starke, Mrs. Art Bradford High joined 113 and hours later. made in Ocala which
which was founded in Abilene, President. Billy Hodge, bons decorating the white daughters and friends were in Vi Accordingto brokeup
Officers and committee Patray, Ms. Cherie Cox, other schools in the all-night BHS science teacher Jerry the return journey. After
I Kansas, by Walter W. Ross. clothed table carried out this attendance.
Beta Sigma Phi is a social, chairmen were presented with Keystone Heights. years sorority theme "Follow celebration, including some McGriff (one of 10 Grad Night, BHS seniors have
from as faraway as New York ) there two events to
cultural and service organization sorority emblems reflectingthe chaperones was no more look forward
and Pennsylvania. In additionto in lines at attractionsin to, the
for positions held the past waiting Junior-Senior.
, women. DUPLICATE
Internationally, the year. Connie Best was recog- Shelly LewisCelebrates CLUB RESULTS BRIDGE all of Walt Disney World's the! giant amusement park. Prom and graduation.it's .

'I chapters have created severalI nized as the Sweetheart for BIRTHS Mrs. R.A. Green and C.B.
I special funds: The Inter- this year with a heartshapedcharm Terwillegar were the winning m
i national Loan Fund, through and Barbara Patray couple at Duplicate Bridge .
, which members help one received a special recognitionpin 11 th BirthdayShelley Tuesday night. Rhea Johnsonand NEWat Lb.RIBEYE
another; The International for serving the chapter Mr. and Mrs. Randall Lora Francis were second .
Endowment Fund, which has above and beyond the call of and Mrs. F.J. Shaw and Mrs.
Norman of Starke announce Lewis celebratedher
'I donated over one million duty. S.W. Hamilton were third. STEAKSANDWICH
the birth of Christopher 11th
< dollars to cancer research, Past Girl 'of the Year a son birthday Friday the
I cystic fibrosis, homes for Barbara Patray announcedthat Eugene Norman, born May 20 night May 20, with a slumber
under-privileged children, there was a tie in the at Shand's Hospital. Maternal party given by her parents,
for Girl of grandmother is Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lewis, on ;JJ <
and many other causes: The membership voting Paternal 'Yo.J 1II .
of Starke. Road.
Exemplar Fund, which
helpsto Mr. and The circus theme C
Donna grandparents are was
support Literacy Village in Pauley, Mrs. Eugene Norman of carried out in the decorationsand E.L. Matthews and his .TO 99 ',TO
India; and a college scholarship Camp Blanding. cake. sister, Mrs. H.B. McLendon of PLEASE':
fund for members or Richard Solze, Jr. Colorful balloons were Orlando,were weekend guests, ORDER
their sons or daughters.Outstanding --- strung on the porch and dining of Mr. Matthews' son-in..law BREADED .THIS IS REAL STEAK NOT ,
projects and To Wed May 28 room. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A HAMBURGER PATTY
activities of Xi Iota Delta Mr. and Mrs. William
The five girls enjoyed the Bill Meng, in St. Petersburg.While .
helping the Bradford County Miss Donna Pauley and Breland of Pasadena, Calif. occasion with there, they and the
Girl Scout Council, supporting Richard Solze, Jr. will be announce the birth of a Lori Clark, Carmella Coburn were, Mengs attended a performance HICKEN FILLET
Bradford County 4-H camp united in marriage Saturday, daughter, Erin Alycla born Ana Wallace, Dawn Joiner at the Asolo Theatrein
May 28. at 7:30: p.m. in the May 19. Maternal grand- and Julie Wise. the Rlngling Museum, .'
Mrs. Connie Best Grace United Methodist parents are Dr. and Mrs. H.G. Sarasota. 7- SANDWICH tr
Church in Lawtey with a Bollinger of Starke.
.; ,! PresidentOf reception following in the NOTICE. rith lettuce and mayonnaise
church Fellowship Hall. brazier.
All friends and relatives are 24LNX.QW. ROSHA'S BEAUTY SHOP Was OmittedIn
! Xi Iota DeltaMrs. invited to attend.Donna Error From The New Starke Telephone L ALL MEAT I 1 1401 N. Temple Ave. Stark.

Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegarand Directory. All Interested Persons Please 9CNOSON Phone Orders accepted
Connie Best was installed Mrs. James Blackshear
president of Xi Iota Pauley spent the weekend at St. Make Note Of This Number: 964-7570 ... 964-7478* .
Delta chapter of Beta Sigma Augustine Beach. Ml U t M 6fl 00 CMP lCl'CM*'_ **AM b O CM*

Phi at its i installation! service:. Mnnrtrorl .At.. o' .
May 2 at me home ol Mrs. -- KR
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Grady Overstreet. ShowerMiss ;;;(! Q"> .o! ,.t !
Bridal :
Serving with Mrs. Best are 1/f4'fJ'V { WE WANlMOUsTOPANTRY ,; ;.
Brenda Slade, vice-president; : }:{ i t" vt ',' f. ;:> "t
Vonda Stephens, recording Donna Pauley, May 28
secretary; Harriet Bryan, bride-elect of Richard Solze, FOOD
orresponding secretary. was honored at a bridal PRIDE SLICED
Diane Hodge, treasurer, andMarie shower on Saturday, May 11,
Wynn, extension of- given by Teresa DeVore and
ficer. Linda Adkins at the home of HOT DOG or. HAMBURGER
Outgoing president Cherie the latter in Lawtey. 4 $1
Cox conducted the candlelight The 25 guests included Mrs. FAIR PACK
installation. Obed M. Pauley, mother of the ROLLS SAVE 25'
After the new officers took bride-elect, and Mrs.,Richard OF. 8
over the meeting, new Solze, mother of the .
president Connie Best prospective groom. Other
presented past president guests were friends and SUPERMARKETSClip
Cherie Cox: with a past relatives of the bride-to-be. 6O < OFF ry 4O OFF

president's gavel.A The guests enjoyed games The Valuable U
white linen cloth trimmed and refreshments after which ,i
with lace covered the install the honoree opened her gifts. Coupons in this 1 HOT SHOT tlox AEROSOL CAN 111; 1 KRAFT 32oz JAR Lit I
ation table which was centered The hostesses presented the

yellow with roses.an arrangement of serving honoree dish with as a a hot memento and cold of Ad &. Save Up To... I BUG BOMB 79i I 1 Mayonnaise 79f. #$IT ie I

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I DOT Found Neffliffent In 3-Dav Trial ;});J1ou..Know. St. Edward's church_ News -1

7 - <::::::7 C --- --- --.I, Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Thomaswere Members of St. Edward's ParIsh council; held on May 23

A July 4, 1975 accident Church and friends enjoyed a In the parish hall. First Holy .
near In Panama
Gainesville wfth have been City last
multiple photographs and traveling about 55
supportive 485 feet ahead only said Communion Is scheduled for
Crystal Lake in
Bradford injuries, testimony showing the "pavement ends" rather than mph when the 5:30: p.m. accident week visiting their daughterand parish picnic at the Crystal June 12.The .
County resulted in Lake
an home of Mrs. Gladys
$18,000 Anderson Hatfield barriers of 4 x 4 reinforced "dead end." A dead end sign occurred. Both driver family, Rev. and Mrs. CYO has
damage award due afternoon group an
to Weldon Sunday ,
Frank on
negligence of the Florida representing Hooker con concrete posts, 32 Inches high, was placed on the road in and passenger were thrown Starling. 22. outing planned at Crescent
tended the accident was were not to from the car and the car May
presented anyone October 1976.Hooker Beach 29. This
Department of on May group
Transportation caused partly because the driving that road and a sign was estimated to turned end over end and was Mr and Mrs. J.S. Walker Approximately 80 people has scheduled
a panC'akebreakfast.
improperly marking SR.18 DOT "negligently and totally destroyed, according and son, Steve, of Fort enjoyed delicious food, .
old for June 19. Plans
( SR-100)) where the Lauderdale swimming, boating, playing
to were
carelessly failed to mark the testimony
pavement ends near the Cancer Society Collects $3,124The horseshoes, dart were made for a dance in the
barrier with the proper Hooker, who was 18 on the guests of her parents Mr. and croquet, hall June
Salvation Army Camp. reflectorized material, on the day of the accident,contendedhe Mrs. J.H. Moncrief at games and card games. The parish on 25.
Gary Scott Hooker, 19, was state maintained secondaryroad. Bradford County to $156 was turned in by Pat had to wear a back brace Kingsley Lake. day was lovely for strollingand Reverend Father Patrick
awarded damages by a six Reflectorized diamond Chapter of the American and Willma Clark from the for a considerable period of socializing and was fun Foley, pastor plans
for newsletters and
person circuit court jury, May shaped signs have been since Cancer Society has collected Hampton Lake area. The time after the accident and is Rev. and Mrs. T.A. Steele of for all ages. parish
12, as a result of parish improvement projects.
the Fourth of of Theressa still Lake Placid are guests of Mrs.
road not able
added to the ending. $3,124 in donations toward its to lift heavy Liturgical social financial
July accident on SR-18 when The accident on SR-18 was goal of $4,920 with seven collected$131 by the efforts of items. He said he received a W.B, Mundy at Kingsley_ Parish Council education, social and,
Hooker's 1963 Corvette one mile from where the road months remaining in the yearto Mable Phillips, Alma broken back, fractured ribs, Lake this week. Mrs. Josephine Cumber, religious ,
crashed through a roadway intersects with SR-100 at a reach it.Workers. Packham, and Debbie Griffis.A and various cuts and bruises. president, presided at the parish remodeling projectswere
wide series of concrete posts. point 3.4 miles north of for the ACS in release from the ACS Living in Ocala now, Hooker Miss Jean Mundy and Mrs. meeting of St. Edward'sMr.

Hooker and his passenger Keystone Heights city limit Bradford County have been reports that in the thirties lived in Gainesville at the time Frances Cannon of
I.Randall Perry of Ocala were and 2.7 miles north of the Clay going house to house all over less than one in five cancer of the accident. Tallahassee are spending at
!first taken to the Bradford County line 'in front of G.L. the county in an effort to reach patients were saved. Today Anderson said the jury Friday to Tuesday at the /aPJon. .

County Hospital emergencyroom Williamson's property. this year's goal. A spokesmansaid one in three are saved. It saidthat arrived at the $18,000 figurefor Mundy cottage at Kingsley

then transported to Hatfield presented a bulging that the business com- medical experts believe general damages. While Lake. and Mrs. Oler Crosby of Mr. and Mrs. J.T Prevatt
j'Stiands Teaching Hospital in folder of exhibits including munity has been "great" in that one out of every two finding the DOT at fault the Fort Myers spent the first of Sr., who have resided in

L contributing donations to the patients afflicted with cancer jury did not specify dollar Mr. and Mrs. Randall the week with her parents, TitusvilUi, the past 11 years
r- ACS.A could be saved with early amounts on each point made Chism and son, Robin spent Mr.and Mrs. George Huggins. have moved back to Lawtey.
large donation amounting detection and treatment. by the plaintiff. May 14 and May 15 with their
The three day civil trial was son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Rev. and Mrs. Lewis D. James Reginald Flynn will
I SAVE'SIL III 1 '". 7 iiJI heard by Judge Benmont and Mrs. Herb Johnson and Haines of Altamont Springswere graduate May 29 from
Tench almost a year after the son in Tallahassee. Mr. Chism weekend guests of Mr. Samford University. Cum.

Some people believe that a fern growing in a tree can cure complaint was filed. The jury and Robin returned to Starke and Mrs. Edmond D. Tenly, berland School of Law,
ON YOUR was out just over an hour. and Mrs. Chism remained Sr. for the First
CAR, VAN, CAMPER, MOTORHOME stomachache. Baptist
......:0"... .lid..__ d aug!;ht er ,6M","u f amt'1 y Church Centennial.Mrs. MalachI Jerome Henry
DR.JAMES H. MINESINGER for a week. received his BS degree from
UUl:l! ljU)
MCROTEST! OPTOMETRIST E.W. Hayes of the University of Southern

u w Local admittances to Kingsley Lake and Mr. and Mississippi on May 19.

TRANSMISSION OIL COOLER ANNOUNCES THAT HIS NEW OFFICE IS OPEN FOR Bradford County Hospital this Mrs. John Deas and family of

.,,:=._ .._. Premier Exhibitor Of week include: Russell Fowler, Lake City spent the weekendat visited Mr. and Mrs.Mrs.Lota Guy Yates Sale in
Stops overheating, Limousin Cattle THE GENERAL PRACTICE OF OPTOMETRYIN Mrs. Gertl Murphy, Mrs. Disney World. Archibald Memorial Hospitalin
Extends transmission life. 1975-1076-1977 Reba Starling. Roger Arnold Thomasville, Ga. last
Mrs. Cary Williams, Mrs. Mrs. David G. Scott and

Protects warranty. NOW $3495 Callie Bermuda Grass' THE NEWELL BUILDING ON LAWRENCE BLVD. Melissa Pel ham, Mrs. Cleo Mrs. Dorothy Stevenson of Tuesday night with and Miss spent Jean Mundy Tuesday in
Atlanta are spending Tuesdayto
Easy Installation. Sullivan, John Adkins, Wanda
WE. & Joenell Webb Tallahassee.Mr. .
ONLY Saturday with their
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLA. 32656 Harvey, Mrs. Queen Me-
Rt. 15, Box 278 Cutchen, Burrell Hamon, daughter and sister, Mrs. O.L,
STARKE MOTOR PARTS Maxvllle, Fla. 32234 OFFICE HOURS: TELEPHONES: Andrew Toplm. Mrs. Joan Haynes, Jr., and Dr. Haynes.Mrs. and Mrs. Davd Lone(
904/289-2701 MONDAY THRU FRIDAY OFFICE 473-2600 Davis and Mrs. Delores and daughters Katherine and
: 155 Brownlee St Starke 964.6060 4tpd /12. e/g 9 a.m. To 5 p.m. 5/6-S/2B HOME 964-5717 Rhoades of Starke; Herbery Green had Christy of Coral Springs are
surgery last Thursday in spending Wednesday to
Y Alachua General Hospital.Dr. Friday with his mother, Mrs.

attended the Florida Dental W.J. Epperson. Mrs.
Convention at the Diplomat George Anderson and !Mrs
Hotel in Hollywood Wed Dale Van Sickle visited their
nesday to Sunday. brother and family. Mr. and
AGARS Mrs. R.L. Epperson in SI
3 LB CAN Check Gem Jewelry ad for a Petersburg last Friday

special buy on Diamond Rings
$399 for Men and Women. AIC Michael James McHac
BONELESS HAMS of Offutl AFB. Omaha Neb:
and his fiancee Miss Betty Jo

5 LB CAN $6.59 Mrs. Edward Burns of Smith of Bearesford. S.D. are
Jacksonville will be guest of visiting his parents, Mr. und
CORNER Mrs. James Blackshear at Mrs.James E. McHae for two
2Ov OFF Dr de CONSUMER Its Barbecue Ualk-To Time-Tbe- 5.Kingsley Lake May 31 to June weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles
I A NY SIZE t CHUCK ROASTS,TO FROZEN VEGETABLES AND DESSERTS CAN BE COOKED we are pleased to accept Moody of Jacksonville were Waycross. Ga. and !Mr anti
WILL SATISFY YOUR BUDGET AND YOUR FLAVOR APPETITE, SO WILL CHUCK Sunday overnight guests Mrs. Richard Williams and
i SPRINKLED WITH TCNOERIZER.MARINATED, AND GRILLED TO PERFECTION Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews at family of Tallahassee spent
COUPONS Mr. and Mrs. Mack
L ". L11 CNNMx ,....... N'...." 1Hy xIO... JNN1.. ,... L"IT"" 1 c' UC. [ J I AND LET THE CHARCOAL FLAVOR WORK ITS MAGIC. DONT LET THAT ENERGY GO Mr. and Mrs. Tareh Williams. The Richard
0I COUPON .1,rx I A7 H a POND 4NAIA TOICCONOD.CTI IICLNAEO. : TO WASTEI. Kamaraddine of Miami were Williams also visited her
-- -- -- -- -- -- weekend of Mrs. A.J.
guests parents Mr.and Mrs. Warnvy
Barry and family and Mr. and Adkinson.
Mrs. F.H. Kramer.

ALL, ITEMS AND MICH GOOD ......... MMf-2 THRUSEAFOOD NCO,1 JUNE 1 \91 Du.N71'T1 R'Oon A"ANvcD.No. .
Bargains in Meat Mrs. Georgia Watson and Check Gem Jewelry ud fur.1
,special buy, Diamond. icings!:
... ........... .. Miss Kathryn Epperson of oq
' DEPT. ;:, -. ,. COMPARE ....'co.. t !w'NU.., Lake 'Butterr visited=,MrsGeorge' ...lt 'lsn niltmt. ,I '1'
Anderson and Mrs.'
S L tuN MITT miTirn 1101 til
IN THE MEAT FREEZER CASE SAYE 1' Pork Spare Ribs ,,88e Ill'" Dale Van Sickle on Sunday. Mrs. C'eorge'Andersoh did
nun am null, i Ill 1 AIK, EveryDayLowPriceCENTER 31f / sister.Mrs. Dale Van Sickle of
Ocean Perch *1" SAVE' MIION .'DCIOI. lOUt Mr. and Mrs. David Newport Beach. Cal.. visited
I Fresh Pork Butts ,,88CIMU 11' Mrs. Talmadge Van Sickle
Christopher and daughters of
IINOM tun n t CUT >'It M b *tl.A b4M Kl 4' tt1M1
99s SAV620SIISTU < M1 tl" ** | |f C Waycross. Ga. spent the and daughter in Gainesvillelast
Turbot Fillets Fryer f"Combo. Pkg.u s 1189 10' weekend with her parents, Thursday.
COUNIRV' $1TllPork
Fried Fish Sticks M43 SAVE Ribs -98* *' They all attended the Pahfal Mrs. Gertrude Welty and

MM USU' II"C Dance recital in Gainesville at Mrs Jessie Kintzer of Winter

Sut_r DlMMMlt FLORIDA OR GEORGIA Sliced Bologna aa C 21' which the Dinkins' grandchildren Haven spent !Monday to
Super Discount ZtSAYE Luke,Lisa and Laurl Wednesday with!Mr. and Mrs.
LOTS OF1LIC Lykes (Baked Picnic Sass 30' Stallings participated. Richard Welty.

BONELESS BEEF tin n: Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Anderson Mr. and !Mrs. J.C. Vining of
ir- Signal Roll Sausages 69"SJ78 20' Jr. of Ventura. Calif., Palatka and Mrs. L.D. Vinmg

OUMTtdSIING9 HfSH' UKUt( UNII 77ll H6 former Starke residents are of Starke visited Mr and Mrs.
)MICKS IGltUTFKGSSuo Sunnyland Sausages 20' touring Europe May 13 to June J.W, Timmerman andIr!
3. and !Mrs. Jesse Vminn in
r DlM unf WHOLE SEAFOOD DEPT. STEAKDressed Single Cheese Slices 98"69" 21' Mrs. Carl Hurst and Valdosta. Ga. on SaturdayMr. '

FLORIDA OR GEORGIA 2 PER IN THE MEAT FREEZER CASE 111 CIM 11. II IVI daughter Karen and Mr. and and Mrs. Bill Glover nl
PREMIUM GRADE BAG II Cornish Hens Mrs. Edmond T. Tenly, Sr. Floral 1 City were weekend
59 $*veio$2" -
Whiting loll ni m If n mi recently attended the annual guests of) Mr. and Mrs. John
FRESHFRYERS MM nu U S GOV T Lums Franks 59t 20'suun music festival and concert Myers

Deviled Crabs SAVE so- INSPECTEDCORN list tAM produced by the students of
FED Agars Ham Patties $129 20' the Florida School for the Mrs. Carrie Hitch spent
CAINAt kl/p 89* SAVE 10 Blind at St. Augustine at Friday to Sunday with her son
Fried Fish Crisp which Mrs. Hurst's daughter and family Dr. and Mrs. T.G

.. Sandra Chilly participated. Hitch in Jacksonville.
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against you for the relief NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR

I Seminar In Texas Ira W. Allen.GO denbrook: Starke. and Mrs. Funeral services were held demanded!:, in the Petition. -. ..- --. .-- TAX DEED
Ira W. Allen, 60, 712 Alton Opal rioHingswortn of Dayton, Tuesday afternoon. May 24, in WITNESS my hand and the IN THE CIRCUIT cuun; Sec. 194.16, F.S.
Rev. Roman Alvarez available at the church office Road, Starke, died Wed- Ohio; three brothers, Ernest the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral seal of this Court on the 16th day EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
returned from Texas Saturday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. nesday morning May 18, at Allen, J.M. Allen and David Home Chapel with Rev. of May 1977. FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
morning after attending a and 5 p m. A colored slide pre- his residence following a Woodard, all of Starke; three Leamon Ward and Rev. Ben FORD COUNTY. that Eugene F. Shaw the holderof
week-long seminar on sentation on the ACE programwill lingering illness.A sisters: Mrs. Evie Johnson of Bryant officiating. Burial was GILBERT S. BROWN, As Clerk CASE NO.77-183 the following certificates has
Christian education com be presented Tuesday resident of Starke for Jacksonville, Mrs. Susie in Crosby Lake Cemetery of Said Court CIVIL ACTIONIn filed sad certificates for a tax

pleting over sixty hours of evening.. May 31, at 7:30: p.m. many years, Mr. Allen was Clisson of Starke, and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral By: Marion McRae, Deputy re:The matter of the adoptionof deed to be issued thereon. The
classroom work in the Ac. There will also be a questionand born Dec. 17, 1916 in Hamilton Emma Grover of Lulu; his Home was in charge of Clerk. DONALD WAYNE BEEMANand certificate numbers and years of
celerated Christian Education answer session following County. He was a retired mother, Mrs. Jimmie Dann, arrangements.Victor 5/19 4tchg 6/9/ RICHARD PAUL BEEMAN. Issuance, the description of the
program. the slide presentation.Those automobile mechanic, a Starke and seven grandchildren Plaintiff. property and the names In
Pine Level Baptist Church who cannot be member of the Grace Baptist vs which it was assessed are as

will be starting a Christian present may view the slides Church and an Army Air Funeral services were held NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Defendant. follows:
school this fall with classes by appointment. For further Force veteran of WW II. Saturday afternoon in the REGISTER NOTICE OF SUIT- Certificate No. 4
from kindergarten I and II information call 964-6490 or Survivors include his wife, DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Lamb, 69 FICTITIOUS NAME NO PROPERTYTo Year of Issuance 1975
through grade nine.Annlications 964-8877 Lillian V. Allen; two Home Chapel with Bro. Victor Sterling Lamb, 69, Pursuant to section 86609 Description of Property 1/2 INT
are now daughters, Mrs. Judy HarI Leonard Wallace officiating. died Sunday, May 22, in a Florida Statutes. notice is here- : DONALD WAYNE IN AND TO ALL OIL & GAS &
Burial was in Crobsy Lake Macclenny hospital followingan by given that the undersigned STAFFORD, Address OTHER MINERALS LYING &

I CHURCH: Cemetery. extended illness. Lawrence Mosley, Ftt 2 Box 50. Unknown. SITUATED IN AND ABOVE IN
8EWTICS. Born in Moncton, Canada, Starke Fla. 32091 doing YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat SW1/4of SE 1/4 DESC MISC
-. Mr. Lamb moved to Starke in business under the firm name of an action for The adoption BK 15-482. Sec: 25, Twp. 5-S

AIR PARK BAPTIST PINE GROVE Candy Dennis. 71 1924 where he resided since. "B.F. GOODRICH TIRE DONALD WAYNE BEEMAN R20.Name
CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH James Henry (Candy) He was an electrician with CENTER." U.S. 301 North, AND RICHARD PAUL BEEMANhas In which, assessed L.C.

Rev. O.D. Brooks Rev. Ben Bryant Rev. Ben L. Coleman Dennis, 71, of 309 Water DuPont for some 20 years. He Starke, Fla. 32091, intends to been filed against you and HEYDRICK.All .
Orange Street SUNDAY : 9:45: a.m., Street, Starke, died of cancer is a past member of the Elks register said fictitious name you are required to serve a copy of said property being In
Sunday School 11 a.m., SUNDAY: Sunday School, Sunday night May 22, in the Club and a past member of the under provisions of aforesaid of your written defenses if any the County of Bradford State of

SUNDAY: Sunday School 10 Morning/ Worship Lord'sSupper 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, North Florida Regional Florida Sheriff's Boys Ranch. statute. to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, Florida.
a.m. ; Worship Service 11 ; Church Training; 11 am; Evening Services, Hospital after a lingering Illness Survivors include his Lawrence Mosley, owner whose name and address is Unless such certificate or
a.m.; Evening Worship 7 p.m. 7:30: p.m., Evening Worship. 7:30: p.m. widow, Mrs. Doris Lamb of Dated this 13th day of May GEORGE H. PIERCE, Esquire, certificates shall be redeemed
WEDNESDAY: Prayer !MOM).\Y: 7 p.m., Youth THURSDAY : Prayer Born March 10, 1906 in Starke; a son, Joe Lamb of A.D. 1977 at Starke Florida. P.O. Drawer 1030. Starke, according to law the property

Service 7 p.m. Choir. Meeting 7:30: p m Sumter, South Carolina, Mr. Starke; a daughter, Mrs. 5/19 4tpd 6/9 Florida 32091 and file the original described in such certificate or
TUESDAY : Scheduled .. S e SPINE Dennis lived in Starke for 45 Sandra Mixon of Jacksonville with the clerk of the above certificates will be sold to the

--- --- -- Group Activities. LEVEL BAPTIST years. He operated a service ; a step-daughter, Mrs. styled court on or before June highest bidder at the court
WEDNESDAY: 6:15: and REV. ROMAN ALVAREZ :station in Keystone Heights Dawn Crews of Starke; a stepson 20th 1977: Otherwise a house door in the Month of
ALLEN C1IXPEL 6:45: p.m., Regular Wed SUNDAY: Sunday School from 1953 to 1970, worked in Daniel Roznowski of NOTICE OF INTENTION TO judgement may be entered June 1977, which is the 22nd
A.\I.E.! CHURCH nesdayghtAchvities.;; 10 a.m.; Worship service, 11 the water plant at the Florida Starke; five grandchildrenand REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME against you for the relief demanded day of June 1977.
"The Friendly Church" am; Choir Practice, 5:30: State Prison from 1969 until one great-grandchild; Pursuant to Section 86509 in the complaint or Dated this 18th day of May,
749 Pine M.,Starke p.m.; Bible Study, 6:30: p.m.; 1976. Mr. Dennis was a. four sisters: Mrs. Irene Florida Statutes. notice is here- peititon.
Rev. R.G. lleastie. Pastor FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Evening Worship, 7 p.m.WEDNESD member of the Masonic Lodge McDonald of Frederick, New by given that the undersigned WITNESS my hand and the 1977.GILBERT S. BROWN Clerk

CHURCH /\Y: Teachers No. 35 and a member of the Brunswick, Canada; Miss Douglas and Brenda Fertig, Rt. seal of said Court on May 10th of Circuit Court of Bradford
SUNDAY: Sunday School Dr.Jack Hand minister Meeting, 7pm.; Mid-Week First United Methodist Patricia Lamb of Daytona 1, Box 12, Starke, Florida, 1977. County, Florida.
9:30: am. Morning Worship. Service, 7:30: p.m. ; Choir Church Beach, Mrs. Audrey Grew of :32091, doing business under the GILBERT S. BROWN As clerk By Beulah M. Moody
llam. Evening Worship, 5 SUNDAY: Sunday fectool, Practice, 8:30: p.m.TIIURSDA Starke and Mrs. Dolly Kunigof firm name of "D & B FEED AND of said Court.
p.m., first Sunday only: love 9:30: a.m.; Morning Worship, Y: Visitation Survivors include his wife Starke; two brothers Lt. FARM SUPPLY" 1005 South By: Marion McRae As Deputy
feast 7:30: p m. Friday before llamTHURSDAY. 7:15: p.m. Mrs. Myrtice Killingsworth Col. J.G. Lamb of Ottawa Water Street Starke, Bradford Clerk. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR

first Sunday-_-- : Choir SATURDAY Bus Dennis of Starke, four Ontario, Canada, and Kenneth County, Florida 32091 intendto 5/19 4tchg 6/9 TAX DEED
Mrs. Charlene Lamb of Moncton, New said fictitious Sec. 194.16 F.S.
practice. 7:30: p.m. visitation, 9am. daughters: register name -------------
CALVARY B..PTISTChiUltUll -S S S Chesser of Starke, Mrs. Kay Brunswick, Canada. under the provisions of aforesaid NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

Hinson of Palatka Mrs. Memorial services were statute. Notice is hereby given that I, that J.A. SCANLAN the holder
Jim Black Pastor SSSGRACE MARK'S! EPISCOPALRev. Henree Martin of Tallahassee, held Wednesday afternoon Douglas and Brenda Fertig DOLPH E. REDDISH. as sheriffof of the following certificates has

BAPTIST Clll'RCII .John Flynn and Mrs. Martha Stalzer of May 25, in the chapel of Ar joint owners. Bradford County, Florida filed said certificates for a tax
SUNDAY: Sunday School. cher-Tanner Funeral Home of Dated this 31st of deed to be issued thereon 'The
Highway 100A South Ocala ; two sisters Mrs. day March under and by virtue of Writ of
\\/:45/: a.m.; Morning Worship.7 Rev. Jerry Milton Sunday: Holy Eucharist, 8:30: Vivian Wilcox of Jacksonville: Starke. A.D. 1977 at Starke Florida. Executiion, to-wit.: certificate numbers and years of

llam.; Evening Worship a.m.; Church School, 9:45: and Mrs. Edna Earle Blair of Archer-Tanner Funeral 5/19/ 4tpd 69NOTICE / Execution issued out of County issuance, the description of the ,
p.m. 000e SUNDAY: Bible School 10 a.m.; Morning Prayer, 11 Ledyard Conn., and seven Home was in charge of -------------- Court of Seminole County, property and the names in

OF am.; Morning Worship 11 a m grandchildren_ _____ _no_ arrangements_ OF INTENTIONTO Florida pursuant to a Final which it was assessed are as
a.m. ; Children's Choir follows
Junior-Senior Judgement for Hidi Construction
Tuesday : REGISTER -
GOD; Church Practice, 6:15: p.m.; Training Choirs Practice, 7 p.m. First Christian Church Planning FICTITIOUS NAME Inc. and against Jack W. Certificate No. 72
Happy Union 7 p.m. ; Evening Year of Issuance 1975
Pursuant to Section 86509 Southard, defendant, in the
1I".16aIWeldonSt.Stark" Worship 8pmWEDNESDAY. S S S S May 29 Homecoming Florida Statutes notice is amount of .1.546.00 togetherwith Description of Property E 35' OF

School. : Sunday SMYHSdU TISl CHURCH hereby given that the under- costs of collection. LOT8&W38,' OF LOT 9 BLK 3
si'M\Y: : Sunday School Workers Meeting, 7 The First Christian Churchof SUNNY ACRES SEC
Elder T.C. \\illlams Guest speaker for the signed Fred Phillips. Sr. and Have seized and have in my 21. Twn6S -
10) a m. Morning Worship 11 p.m.; Bible Study and Prayer Starke will celebrate R22.
"On the search for a its morning service will be Mr. Fred Phillips Jr.. 719 E. Laura possession the following ,
a m.'eOlng: Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Adult Choir friendly church?" annual Homecoming Day May Bob Richie. There will be no Street Starke Florida, 32091 described personal property to- Name in which assessed

6:xWEDNESDAY Youth Practice 8:15: p.m. 29. night service on this date. doing business under the firm wit: Cornelious & Gertrude Covington. -
: "A Church Where Every For the special occasion After dinner there will be .
Welcome to '
Bible Smyrna name of "F & F CAR CARECENTER"
Study. ,"
meeting. 7pm ; ",
body is SomelV' everyone is encouraged to special singing as well as Route 3, Box 325 1970 Ford Country Squire All of said property being in

7pmPastor Robert Harden -S S S SUNDAY: Sunday School, attend in old-fashioned attire.In group singing. If you play an Starke Bradford County, Station Wagon, I.D. No. the County of Bradford, State of

Welcome one and all'FIRSTCIIRISTIVN' GKAI1MBFT1ST: 10 a.m., Worship Service 11 addition to the regular instrument bring it and join in Florida 32091 intends to registersaid 0E76Y257473 Florida.
Rev.James am, B.T.S., 5:45: p.m:, Sunday School hour at 9:45: making a joyful noise unto the fictitious name under the Unless such certificate or
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a.m. and the morning worshipat Lord. certificates shall be redeemed
Evening Worship, 7 p.m. provisions of a foresaid statue. As the property of the above
SU U.\Y Sunday School All visitors are warmly 10:45: a.m., there will be The public is invited to join Fred Phillips Sr. and Fred named defendant and that on according to law the property
CHURCH : 11 welcomed dinner on the grounds at 12:30: with the church for the special PhilliPS. joint owners. Tuesday the 31st day of May described in such certificate or
10 a.m Morning Worship
Jim Lo\e ;Minister a.m. Training; Union 6pm; -S S S p.m. events May 29. Dated this 19th day of May, 1977 at twelve o'clock Noon on certificates will be sold to the
A.D. 1977 said day on the of the highest bidder at the courthouse
\\ElN: ESD.1id.Week: Swine Producers Met at Starke Florida premises
May 19
SL'S U.\\ Sunday School. door in the Month of
: Prayer Service, 7:30: p.mKINGSLEY S'f.HKEClll'HCIi 5/19 4tpd 6/9 Bradford County Jailyard I will
9:45.: am; morning service, OF GOD offer for sale and sell to the June 1977, which is the 22nd
Two the -------------
men representing of low level anti-
11I:45): a m.; youth group, 6 S S S S Rev. :M.E.Drake American Cyanamid Com highest bidder for cash In hand. day of June 1977.
biotics. Should this regulationgo IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Dated this 18th of
p.m. evening worship 7 interesting the above described property of day May,
LAKE BAPTIST pany presented a very into effect livestock COUNTY
p m ; Choir practice. 8pm. Sunday': Sunday School, 10 Animal pro BRADFORD said defendant to satisfy the 1977.
Rev. Brown program on ducers would only be able to DIVISION
WEDNESDAY; : Bible 11 FLORIDA. aforesaid Execution. GILBERT S. BROWN. Clerk
Study. 8 p.m.FIRST SUNDAY: Sunday School, am.am.:; Morning Evening Worship.Worship 7pm Health Producers at the BradfordUnionSwine Association obtain antibiotics through aveterinarian's CASE NO. 77.195-CP DOLPH E. REDDISH Sheriff. of Circuit Court of Bradford

---- 10 a.m.; Morning Worship 11 prescription. FILE NO. 2646 Bradford County, Florida County. Florida.
t i.; Church training 6:30: Supper held Thursday Anyone wishing to voice their
METHODIST 5/5 526NOTICEOF --------------
(ChURCh p.m.; Evening Worship 7:30: Wednesday Hour : Family evening.. May 19, at the Wlsh-! opinion regarding this matter IN RE: Tiie Estate of I IDELLA --4tchg----_----__ NOTICE OF APPLICATION
Training 7:30:
p.m. bone Chicken in Lake Butler
should contact their
Sunday: Church School for WED\ESD\Y: 7:30: p.m.MORGANROD 7:30 Friday mUNITED. : Prayer Meeting The ACC representatives Congressman. TAX DEED Sec. 194.16, F.S.
: p discussed with the 25 at.
ages, : a m. ; Morning -S S S S
S S e e tending a new regulation the
Worship (Nursery provided) GIVEN that J.A. SCANLAN the
Federal Government is tryingto ............
11 a.m. ; MYf' Snack Supper PENTECOSTAL TO ALL PERSONS HAVING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. holder of the following certificates -
in which livestock
(IJanet Turner and Laurie IHPTISTSL'SD. CIIIRCH pass, Legals CLAIMS OR DEMANDS that Eugene F. Shaw the holderof has filed said certificatesfor
would lose theirS
Mulhns) 6 p.m. ; MYF .\Y: Sunday School Rev.OL. Wells producers AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE the following certificates has a tax deed to be issued
meetings and recreation, 6:30: 10a.m., Morning Worship and 204 N. Water St. 0 Se AND ALL OTHER PERSONS filed said certificates for a tax thereon.The certificate numbersand
for the Deaf 11 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: deed be issued thereon. The of
p m Services a m SUNDAY! : Sunday School, MT. PIS-GAIIA.M.E. to years issuance. the
Tuesday: Bible Study Class Training Union 6:30: p.m. 10 a.m.; Worship services, 11 Laymen Day Program REGISTER YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat certificate numbers and years of description of the property and
meeting place to be announced Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. a.m., and 7pm. Sunday. May 29, 11 am FICTITIOUS NAME the Administration of the issuance, the Description of the the names in which it was
10 a m. t\ tD\.:SU.Mid.week WEDNESDAY : Bible Speaker Mrs. Ethel D. Pursuant to Section 865.09 Estate of IDELLA McCASLIN. property, and the names in assessed are as follows:
Wednesday Chancel Choir Prayer Service and Bible Study. 7:30: p.m. Bannister of Sunday morning Florida Statutes. notice is Deceased. file number 1.2646. is which, it was assessed are as Certificate No. 63
Rehearsal, 7'30 p.m.SSSSSSS. Study, 7 '30 p.m.. Choir .'HI!D.\Y: Young People's Gospel show. Please come out hereby given that the undersigned pending in the Circuit Court for follows: Year of Issuance 1975
Prattice. 81 IT p rn Service 7:30) p m and join us. Frances McNeish. Route Bradford County, Florida. Certificate No. 5 Description of Property COM AT
S S S S S e SiI S S S S S S 1. Box 9A Starke, Florida.
Probate Division the address of Year of Issuance 1975 SW COR OF SE 1/4of NW 1/4.

.......".".,_.,.__.., ............""...._.......-...._- .-.. -""AO.I ,.,.,.--",,-__,,- "' """"" 32091 doing business under the which is: P.O. Drawer "B." rv.,-.rritmn"'; nf- PrYi- ..rtv 1/2 INT"' NLY 872.V, ELY 15'. TO E R/W
firm name of "THE MOWER St kFlorid 32091. The IN & TO ALL OIL:: GAS & OF GR RD FOR FOB CONT.

I- t; CurdOf Thanks t --.I CLINIC" 210 East Call St. Personal Representative of the OTHER MINERALS LYING & ELY 208 71,' NLY 208.71' WLY
Starke Bradford County. Estate is LEE D. GRIFFIN SITUATED IN W 1/2 OF NE 1/4 '

[ Energy Savings ::.:..:>.>... ......................,......."........,..........................................................................,; Florida 32091, intends to whose address is: P.O. Box 274 & E 1/2 of NW 1/4 EX R/W, 208.SEC 71 18.. Twn SLY,20871.-6-S, :R-22 to POB.
register said fictitious name Starke Florida 32091. The Sec: 36, Twp 6-S R-20. Name in which assessed
CARL)OF THANKS CARDOFTHANKS under the provisions of aforesaid name and the address of the Name In which assessed L.C. DANIEL R. KNOWLES ft

The family of Mmervia statute, Personal Representative'sAttorney HEYDRICK.All CHRISTINE KNOWLESAll .
Mrs. Dora Hawkins and
Frances McNeish owner. are set forth below: of said property being In of said in
Holmes acknowledges with property being
CENTRAL HEAT & AIR family would like to thank
Dated this 26th day of May.
deep appreciation your kind their friends for the All persons having claims or the County of Bradford State of the County of Bradford State of
many A D. 1976 at Starke. Florida demands against the Estate are Florida
of Florida.
expression sympathy.The cards and flowers
lovely 5/26 4tpd 616NOTICE required WITHIN THREE 13)) Unless such certificate
Installed Holmes Family their bereavement in Unless such certificates shall
Completely during ------------- OF
I the of Hosley MONTHS FROM THE DATE certificates shall be redeemed be redeemed according to law
passing OF INTENTIONTO THE FIRST PUBUCATION OF according to law the property the property described in
Hawkins. May God bless each
REGISTER THIS NOTICE, to file with the described in such certificate or such certificate or certificates
every would like you. thank FICTITIOUS NAME Oerk of the above Court a certificates will be sold to the will be sold to the highest bidderat
Also we to
We wish to thank our the Masonic brothers for Pursuant to Section 86509 written statement of any claimor highest bidder at the court the court house door in the
numerous friends for their being so kind during the Florida Statutes. notice is demand they may have. Each house door in the Month of Month of June 1977, which is
$1,590 many acts of kindness during illness. Their long hours hereby given that the under claim must be in writing and June, 1977, which is the 22nd the 22nd day of June, 1977.
many 1610 W. must indicate the basis for the of 1977.
Ballard June
the recent death of our be- spent by his bedside was indicative signed Mcky day Dated this 18th day of May
loved Lena J. Townsend. of true Masonic Madison St., Apt. 1.1. Starke. claim, the name and address of Dated this 18th day of May,
brotherhood. Florida, 32091 doing business the creditor or his agent or 1977 S. BROWN. Clerk

The Homer W. Townsend The Hawkins under the firm name ofMICKEVS Attorney and the amount GILBERT S. BROWN, Clerk of of Circuit Court of Bradford
family Family GULF SERVICE" claimed. If a claim is not yet due, Circuit Court of Bradford County, Florida. .;//<,
2 TON SYSTEM 2163 N. Temple Avenue Starke. the date when it will become due County Florida. -- --

Bradford County Florida. shall be stated. If the claim is By Beulah Wl Moody (;/" NOTICE OF APPLICATION
(PLUS ANY NECESSARY ELECTRICAL WORK ) :32091 intends to register said contingent or unliquidated, the FOR TAX DEED
ficticious name, under the nature of the uncertainty shall be Sec. 194.16, F.S.
provision of aforesaid statue. stated. If the claim is secured. NOTICE APPLICATIONFOR NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN.
Close Out Sale Mickey Ballard. owner. the security shall be described. TAX DEED that J.A. Scanlan the holder of
M FREE HOME SURVEY Dated this 19th day of May The Claimant shall deliver Sec. 194.16 F.S. the following certificates has
r A.D. 1977 at Starke. Florida. sufficient copies of the claim to filed said certificates for a tax
5/19 4tchg 6/9/ the Clerk to enable the Oerk to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, deed to be issued thereon. The
\\\\ .------------- mail one copy to each Personal that J.A. SCANLAN the holder certificate numbers and years of
On All 1977 Representative. of the following certificates has issuance, the description of the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR All persons interested in the filod said certificates for a tax property and the names in
BRADFORD COUNTY. Estate to whom a copy of this deed to be issued thereon. The which it was assessed are as
14 Wide Cirdcn FLORIDA Notice of Administration has certificate numbers and years of follows:

CIVIL ACTION been mailed are required issuance, the description of the Certificate No. 49
CASE NO. 77-190 WITHIN THREE ((3)) MONTHS property, and the names in Year of Issuance 1975
Mobile Homes FROM THE DATE OF THE which it was assessed are as Description of Property S 12OFLOTS,5&6&N12ofll
IN RE: The Marriage of FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS follows: &
LOUIS E. ATCHISON. III, NOTICE to file any objectionsthey Certificate No. 71 W 1/2 of LOT 12 IN

New & Repossessed Husband may have that challengesthe Year of Issuance 1975 WOODLAWN EX COM AT NE
M117. and validity of the Decedent's Description of Property THE E COR OF S 1/2 OF LOT 5, RUN
REBECCA K. ATCHISON. Wife. Will the qualifications of the 16' Of LOT 9 & 10 BLK 3 W 400' FOR POB. W 920 S.

Personal Representative, or the SUNNY ACRES SEC: 21. Twn6S. 330- SW COR LOT 6, NELY TO
Carrier Unbelievable NOTICE OF SUIT venue or jurisdiction of the R-22 f'OB. SEC 32, Twp-5-S, R.22.
Service TO: REBECCA K. ATCHISONCO Court. Name in which assessed name in which assessed MRS.
Eugene D. Blye, Jr.
Iff You Don't Believe Iff POST OFFICE BOX 58 AND OBJECTIONS. NOT SO All of said property being In All of said property being in

24 Hour Expert Service On All Makes Of GREENWOOD, SOUTH FILED WILL BE FOREVER the County of Bradford State of the County of Bradford State of
Ask A Friend Because CAROLINA 23646 BARRED. Florida Florida

r Date of the first publicationof Unless such certificate or Unless such certificate or
Air Conditioning Heating EquipmentSAWYER You Know Someone Who YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat this Notice of Administration: certificates shall be redeemed certificates shall be redeemed
an action for Dissolution of May 21, 1977. according to law the property according to law the property
Marriage has been filed against described in such certificate or described in such certificates or
i Bought A Home From you and you are required to LEE D. GRIFFII!!;. as Personal certificates will be sold to the certificates will be sold to the

: serve a copy of your written Representative of the Estate of highest bidder at the courthouse highest bidder at the courthouse
defenses. If any. to It on IDELLA McCASUN. Deceased. door in the Month of door in the Month of

John Brown RICHARD E. WELTY. Attorneyfor June 1977, which, is the 22nd June 1977 which, is the 22nd
Petitioner,whose address is: Attorney for Personal Repre day of June, 1977. day of June, 1977.
Air Conditioning 114 N. Walnut Street. P.O. Box sentativeRICHARD: Dated this 18th day of May, Dated this 18th day of May,
996 Starke Florida 32091 and E. WELTY 114 N.
Mobile Home CenterHwy file the original with the Clerk of Walnut Street. P.O. Box 996, 1977.GILBERT S. BROWN. Clerk 1977.GILBERT S. BROWN. Clerk

332 W. Madison StarkePh. the above-styled Court. on or Starke Florida 32091 of Circuit Court of Bradford of Circuit Court of Bradford

904-7701 21 N. Ktystone 473-3775 before June 19. 1977. otherwise PHONE 904/964-8050 County Florida County Florida.
a Judgment may be entered 5/26 2tchg 6/2 By Beulah M. Moody By Beulah M. Moody


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delicious doughnuts.cooking some SUMMER COTTAGES .. FOR SALE COUCH AND CHAIR SALE ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 1971 PINTO New paint --rn..0 -- .
Klagsley Lake ..... .
169.95 up D.hmer-e successful living mage, air shocks and new
Mrs. Toll Set A/C Call 533-2366 after I Dlaeount. 2/3 TFChlJEVERYTIIiNG for p.opl. 11'ho' wont t. wide tlr... Runs perfect.
Ripplinger's sixth 5/20 -- -- -- ---- Cecelia Terwillegar
p.m. TF/ehg STOP drinking and STAY 11,000. Phone 9647341.1234Standing
grade math class is YARD SALE Saturday.
studying ------ ---- --
tables. charts and MOBILE HOME .. Grlftla 9:30: t* 5 .... I ml eat em NEEDED stopped. Meeting; Thursdayand St. Itpd 5/26 PREFERRED PROPERTIESTUCK'S
graphs and At 24 8 Phone -
Butler Road! Clothes, baby te go Inta bulldoilng and dirt Sunday p.m. --- --- --- -
fun Phono 964-8816 after 5
having !making bar graphs Loop. 5/26 Home, to,.. Follow ..... haulingbaalneaa.' Complete 964-6709 or 964-5434. DELTA 88 1971 Olds 4 DRIVE-IN 631 S. Walnut A valuable
and line graphs of the South- The Florida Highway Patrol p.m. Itchg' 5/26 price 11500. Phone 468- --------....--- dr, air, auto PB, PS. 2 new chunk of property In everybody' opinion Wonderful .
--- -- --- .
side School's enrollment. 1591. 4/21 TFchgTANDEM BILL'S SAW SHOP complete tires, recently painted..
has predicted\ that 24 3 BR LAKE HOME -- -- --- location for any buslnessl
Watch the office for a few persons OKRA FOR SALE 25 -- ------ sharpening. service, ..,250. Mrs. Rennar, 633
examples.Mrs. will die in Florida traffic Kingaley Lake, completely AXLE circular band., carbide, MacMahon St., Star..... 964-
!tKTidenls during the furnished, boat bo.... cento per pound.. BuckMurray TRAILER 16 ft. AU steel chain mower blade hollow 6279. llchg 5/26 BESSENT ROAD 31/2 acr t with large older

Memorial I AvaUablo 6/4 thrn 6/18 for 714 Lafayette 964- and balanced. Leaveat home and beautiful trees
Wood's Day holiday period. 7326. 3/26 Stpd 6/9 with' steel loading rampa, ground -- -- --- --
and 1200 Phone
Mrs 'l\'lie "H-hour period begins at weekly. 264-0508 650. 4 ml. N. of S'Urke on Jackson Building Supply MALIBU 1974 Chovelle,
- -- -- '
Kipplinger's sixth grade Ii p m Friday. May 27. and or 533-2884. 1theg 5/26 FARMALL CUB -' 301. Phone 964-7397 niter 5 St..... or Keystone Heights.TFhg dark blue coupe whit. vinyl. BESSENT ROAD .Attractive 3BR, 2 bath; LR,

classes Francis had Mr. Charles ends midnight Monday May MOTEL"ROOMS: (3o7week.Furnlahed Cultivator planter, discs. p.m.., weekenda. 5/19 2tpd _i_ AM/FM atereoautoPS' PB DR. office, den, CH A, carport and stortge

as a guest Thursday :10. euUIUaa Included 42" newer disc plow, disc. 5/26: air' 2500. Also 1976 building. __
May 19. He has just had : -- --- SARAH COVENTRY JEW- CADILLAC SEVILLE.
open- Lust clean and SUrUte barrow fartlUxer apreadar.
25 quiet.
heart surgery two weeks car people were 'WATSON'S ELRY sales opportunity.Phono Silver 17700. Phone 475- Looking for. tax .shelter Distinguished 8 unit
ago killed in I Iral fie crashes and 24 Motel 301. 3 ..U.. Berth .1 Phono 9647895. Itpd 5/26 HOUSE OF
Erma Johns, 964-5483 2927. Itpd 5/26 rental.partm.nt on Temple Ave. Ample
and is modern
recuperating extremely in IU73.! In trafficacCiit'flts ..... 5/5 TF Icb. -- -- --- VACUUMS many brnnda
1974 Annetta Beaslla, 372- --- -
well. He was willing to share AUTOMATIC WASHER of new vacuum Used or parking area.Spacious .
this experience with these took the lives of 22 3 BEDROOM HOUSE ":. Heavy duty, Hotpolnt. Like. machInes available Expert 4444.: 12/2 TF/Chg CAPRICE mfc-heCy,

classes that have been people during the Memorial SR225. I mile from SR 16. 'new condition. 125. Phono nrepalra, all m...... Parta and Classic 4 dr. power windows "Old Is Better" home on Madison. Large,

studying the heart in the 1 D.iypeiod. Over the past three.t'm's Large Yard.Jim Thorp. Itpd 9644464. Itpd 5/26 .......rl.. lor all vscuums.Bullt'lui MOBILE HOME MOVING control, 50/50 whit. w/whito FM cruise-vinyl landscaped lot with storage house
about one t tralfic death - - - central vacuum also mobile home hurricane
Berkeley Health Unit. occurred 3 FAMILY YARD SALE- 404 NW 10th and mobile top. $3,450. Also 1972
three hours anchoring
- ayatema.
every - FORD F-100, abort wheel- "Live the Good Life of Hampton Lake" We have
and I 15: minutes said the FlIP.lf MOBILE HOMfc.!! l Hi country Friday/Saturday. Clothae Avenue, GalnaavOle. Phone home roof coating. Olio'a .
... .. buyer.
Mrs. Wood's bsse.auto tr. ,.50 firm. the best for the discriminating
: sixth grade "\I'our estimate should furnished.,children welcome.Phone (twine large sties), fresh 3767110. TF/Chg Mobile Home Service. Phone Phone 5/26
reading class was assigned a 964-6114 or 473-4777. .vegetablea, etc. SR-100 W. 964-6606. Highway 100W., 475-2888. Itpd
to ho ,
prove correct having 24pl'I'slms land for
-- - -- '1 to 10 acres of prime a home.
different points of view"subject 4/7 flut house back of Pine Starke. TFchgSTANLEY :
killed TFcbgPRIME FOR SALE mobile homeparta
during this 1972 CHEVY "TA.
the Level* Church.. 964-6396. Itpd Needed: $21,000 Homes in good repair.
following --- - -- and OLIN'8MOBILE
IX-I-HM! M ill he a tragic waste of 5/26 supplIes WAGON: 1972 CHEVY, 4
examples from four students human BUSINESS SPACE HOME SALES HOME PRO. dr. Perfect condition Phone
show the best work produced.Six lives said FIIPDirector located on Lawrence Blvd. - -- -- hIghway 100 Weit Starke. DUCTS buy or sell. 4732213. Itpd 5/26. Of Special Interest: 2 nearly new homes on Pratt

Colonel KldriueHeath. and. Flamingo I I. Keyatene STRING BEANS (4 phone 964-5606. TF/Chg Phone Barbara Daniels, 473-. Street which require 2 and 3 thousand down and mo.
Ways of Looking at the Hta. bushel .ple"tSTRAWBERRIES .:. 3758. 3/17 6/2 - -- i
Inquire at Standard 12tpd
I Beach Maria payments approx.
by Darley: (5 _
'Lu enforcement officers Station or phone 4734907. per

-Pounding waves hurtling i-annot eliminate traffic TF/chg flat u-plck. SR 225. Old. GUNS FOR SALE 22'.. AVON CALLING to buyor I Just outside city limits-frame home on 2 and one-
little fish to the shore and -- - -- -- B.,I... Hwy. 964-6469. 1 MOTORCYCLES
dealhs alone We must have 25'o, and 38' sold at Dah- sell Avon phone 755-2807 half acres with wide variety fruit trees, flowers and

sucking them back out the lull cooperation of the MENTS FURNISHED APART. Knowlea. 5/26 Ztpd 6/2 mer'a Ulacount. TF/Chg or write Lorna Clyatt P.O. great garden spot.POTPOURRI .
1 BR and 2 BR - - -
-Sandy beaches like traveling! public if is Boa 220, Lake. City Florida.
everyone apartmanto llghta and. GUITARS One Telaco ALUMINUM WINDOWS'-' - - -
mounds of salt and dirt little lo arrive alive." Beach said. water Included.. Phone 964- electric with amplifier and. hung and awnlnga. 36 T.f'I-! 1975 YAMAHA DT-100 : Excellent Investment 1)

crystals of gold earth. 8071. Itc'' one folk. Both need minor 11 Single 8 18.50; 30 11 27 Enduro. Street legal. 1300. Demorest home with spacious grounds-zoned

-Boats gliding over my repairs. Phone Robbie, 964- I1150| IS i 52 .15.50146; HENLEY ELECTRIC Phone 4732008. Itchg 5/26 commercial.
smooth rolhng waves. CLASSIFIED AD FOR R: NToo: ; ; block. 8575. Itpd 5/26 x 52 '127.00; MANY COMPANY- residential - - - ((2)) Green Property with home (needs renovating )

Dangerous( waters, dark building,12' eeOI..I..aI'or. - --- ....- OTHER SIZES. BARGAIN commercial Industrial. on 1 acre plus. large wooded lots.

and deep, feel of things that most any business. Stacks LARGE METAL DESK and CENTER 301 South Unch.g Phone 431-1 700Rallord.. SUZUKI OF STARKE .

sneak and creep. HATES .r... 1250 per month. Phone. chair (75 or beat offer; TF/chg your authorized Suzuki / T. TerwillegorI

-Water and sand 964-5606. TF/Cb.OLiN'S ._ Phono 9648349. Itpd 5/26 ---'EQUIPMENT-----FOR -- -- -- - dealer. Phone 984-6020.1640 Madison AvenOe
SPEED .m.Ceceio
Deadline for Insertion - - South Walnut ((301 south In
everywhere, while I glide 14' FIBERGLASS BOAT SALE 10 percent nbovecoat. NEED HOME IMPROVEMENTS Starke.l TFChgTHOMAS Florida
Tuesday noon precedingThursday SUBDIVISION
through the salty air. Olln'a Mobile Home OR REPAIRS
1974 Bow-ride 50 HP
; 96 -7776
before 1/2 lot.. (30 month
-Sand and publi acre per Service. Highway 100W., DONE for fireplaces, remodeled -
water make a Mercury with ......orle.. i R-tA
..... furnished.
cation. water and baths HOME PHONE 964-5145
9645606. .
Mu.t Stacks Phone kitchens,
house. none. can in except a For Informatloe phone Mark '.U. (2,200. Phone 782-
TF/Chg additions, or enclosed
mouse. .3722. Itpd 5/26 garages
Mobile HosService
:Minimum charge 12.00 Olin Olin'e carporta phone Mar-
- - -
(Covers 15 Words) Highway 100 West, GARAGE SALE cue Gritlis, 4732108. :
Six Ways to Look at a Door Starke. RALPH BRYAN
Each word SALE Diamond TF ICh. m
by.Linda Underhill\ over 15 Phone 9645606. 1/13 Friday/Saturday families. FOR _
11) cents Tt/Ch 321 Butler Terr. Phone 964- needlea for any stereo over
-Someone is always ; 5610. Itpd 5/26. 247 different ones, we> have REALTY Real

pounding on me.SOmetimes All classified ad* - -- - -- them all Dahmer'a Die.count. LOST & FOUND \ Lillian C. Pearson EI
1 621 North Walnut St. !
I make funny .must be paid for in ad- HOMES FOR SALE CHECK WOODBURN'SGEM TF/Chg _ Starke Florida 32091 Real Estate Estate
like JEWELRY AD for
nouses a sqUirrel. a.p.clalbuy.n fI( AL lOA
Someone is (11\\11\8 turning vance unless you diamond rings - --- -- 964-6162

my nose like its tin ice an established! account BRICK HOME 4 yr,. old,' for men and. women. Itchg PERSONAL OWNER PLEASE CLAIM [formerly A J. Thomas STARKE 2117 N. Temple

cream churn. with The Telegraph.) In 3 BR 2 bath carpet. utility 5/26 t SERVICES young< female liver-spotted Real E.tatel 3 BR frame house CH/A Office 9648788SR

that event SI extra room CH/A. 4 ml. N. fStark. - -- - -- pointer came up 2 wka. ago fenced corner lot, 15000.
tall slick all\
-BIg things charge) for billing. Not off 301. 27000. 964- GARAGE SALE 115 9F.WING MACHINES lost to Besaent Rd. 3 bedroom frame house In -- WEST
kinds of different colored St. 2nd. of Bob Brooker on 4 lots, pavestreet.
Marti Street residence
6915. 5/26 Ferguaon.
responsible! for errors TF/chg past repaired all makes - - -
needle-like things in m\ nose.All SR-230-E.. Phone 9646305. 5/26 2t 6/2 2 BR frame "wnn carport on 22 ..
when gl\en over the - - - hospital on Friday cleaned oiled and adjusted High Dry Acre"
of a sudden something!- phone or when Isitottped HOME with 3 BR. 2 bathe 1 to 7 p....; Saturday. 8:30 to 17. Work guaranteed. James - -- - - Fla. Power (15.000. Pecan Pine 6 Oak. tree.

tall. starts slicking sharp copy CH/A hardwood. floor.I..d.c.p. 5 p.m. I tpd 5/26 Strickland corner Morgan ALL-AMERICAN puppies 3 bedroom frame hou. -- Ino .ypre..1 127OCIO.
t and brought to between Ralford and Lake. 8.7 acres-tor 100-S at 100-
things in me and putting ." yard. Phoneowner - -- - Road and Highway 16. 3/10 !NEED HOME. old, out -- -
square hangings on mo unlthey're the office. 9645667. 5/26 3tchg SILVER QUEEN CORN I* /Chg of email long-haired black Butler, on one acre. A. 15500. 24 Acres 2 buildings -
6/9 1700 E. Market. St., Phone Splti looking dog. Phone - - over l.oelO) It. o. hlJlh..y
awfully heavy 964-765S. 5/26. 964-5697. 5/26 2t 6/2 \Modern 2 bedroom home 10 acres facing SR 230 nod 38000. Terms.LAWTEY .
- - - Itpd
Sometimes I'm a four- BRADFORD SEPTIC with carport central heat Wilson Road S22.OOO.
2 BR MOBILE HOME -- -- - --- --- - - -
way door and. boy. do I get I2i65. I bath 1973 8N FORD TRACTOR TANK SERVICE and airand lenced In back -- -

dizzy especially when little 1 WANTED t Champion Deluxe. Fur 900. Lawtey, 7823424. Itpd residential pump-outi. t40. yard. 5V crea facing two graded. AREA
Fast service guaranteed.Phone I WANT EDEXPERIENCED I -- road 9000. .
things come running by me nished. excellent condition. 3/26 _" -'- -,-

md.making uu..twirl fast. Phone 7823136. 5/26 2uhg - -- - 9648121.... .... 4tpd, F. Delano, Thomaa -- -.- t .. 2 Acre lots .- HIgh .
- .
WANT: F.I: ) TO RENT: >- 6/2 "GARAGE SALE SR 2251 CHILD CARE Hour day, Reg. Real Estate Broker. 3645 acres 156.500 Ury 1I0u... or Mobile

Six \\ii\s to Look at a I Shoe Mobile Home with two or - - ... ml W. of Lawtey; Friday and week; any age. Lleanae MAID- 2 Kve.: "weekende LAWTEY Homes '- from 13.91"'.
6 hours No 533-2210
I Iiv I Kobm! Stern three UK will put on our CEDAR HOME Llndal. Saturday from 9 .... until nursery fenced shady. to dally. phone Small 5 room frame house Owner 1I0.oclnl.
calle. Jo-Lu MoteL 5/26
own lot. Phone 961-7145. on Little Lake Geneva 2BR. Rain or shine. Itcbg 5/26 home cooking. Instruction In oa 1.4 acres 12000. -- -
-Alwajs Ix'inji, stepped) on TF/chg ASSOCIATES 2 I2 .57 I /2 .10 up I ItO
I bath with to
Itch wrap-around -- - -- -
<* pre-klndergarlen bailee,
with short I thin things.\ with ----- -- - Arthur Brunoeve. Acres from
deck SEVERAL ITEMS Metal -
completely carpeted 19.8 with nice 3BR
-- - crafta arts, etc. Pat'i DayCare acres
pressure all the time WANTED: () RENT SKI CH/A drapes In living area, kitchen .cnblneta two Waldo I). Thompson, A wkenda 468-1572 frame hone 50000. $1,300/Acre., Owserfinancing.

.Sometimes I get gooey BOAT for week August 16at dlahweeher landscaped. lot refrigerators 1 frostfreeaide 321 Butler Terr., Ste.... k AUTOMOBILES Harold - .

|lunk on im back Klngaley Lake. Experienced with eprlnkler .,.t... by aide with kemaker 1 5/26 4tpd 6/9 f. FOR SALE wkenda. Eppseve. 964-6616 Commercial bldg. 15000. - -

The thing that does me in and reeponafble 131.000. Phon. 473-2242 or small one porch awing; - -
- - - - - -
driver. Till Buddy Seller in 4734118. 5/26 2tcbg 6/2 upright cedar cheat. Phone 29 acres 133500. HAMPTON: AREA
is the smell! VACUUM: CLEANER: RE. FORD PICK-VP 1968. Judith Flynneve.
964-8959. - -
:Never a change in"(Irk Jsu.7447616.5/26 Ztchf 6/2 - - - Itchg 5/26 Ranger, LWB 360 \'-8engine wkenda. 964.8384Steve -
PAIRS aU maken, all ; 51 40 10 225 Acres from
- - - MOBILE HOME In -- -- - rebuilt. Complete Beautiful (farm, .8, .c... -
lip. lnw n. up. dow n.I model Starke. Sewing Center 1525Acre.TIIF.RFSSA.
Park SR 16 4 -
Gilhooly'a on 301. Brick home with 2
WANTED tied r. 850. 4 ml N. of Starke on
I get thrown into a darkroom milee W of Starke. (300 50 cents lb. May 27 215 Kant: Call Street Simmona - -
Opening fireplaces 3 BR 2 Bathe
frigeratore. ....he... andMtovea 301 or phone 964-7397 after 5p.m. .
wkenda 964 5881CEOROC
with my buddies! to talk in good condition. down, (123/month for 6 yratInteract 8 ..... to 7:30: p.m. Monday phone 964-M312. 4tpd or weekends.. 5/19 2tpd eve. til & A, barn fenced

lo at t ,night. Phone Dahmer'e Discount? Included.. Lot of thru Saturday. Near ___ n_ _. 5/26. planted pasture 1195400. : AREA
Earlton. No - - -
Theo Frank Jr. Rt doga.Longnecken.
into exlraa. -
things -
Bumping 9 :!!!!...! ,__ 'Bl'LLDOJF.R: V4 URK-land
: 6II
2. Boa 7011 Stark. Itpd 475-1151 473- !Need email &
which can make it hard to get acreage
clearing building, site
< I .
2702. 5/26 6/16
5/26 4tpd Before bldg. lot. Lewtey
buck into shape iigam.! W ll.lPAY up to ISO cash.blor preparation. Phone Edward area t... Uflout3 .
- - - -- -- - customers IIr.n
old ..... Thornton'a Sal "in David, Glen St. Mary I -259. ... .
Six Ways! lo Look at a Knife V55 e. Phone 964-6243. 1/20 Keyatone Hta., 2.tory GEESE .- Almost. lull-siie. 3569. You Buy A ROBVfcTSSTARKC. 4 BR.2 Bath, Double Wide - -

by Lori Flynn: Tr/Chg redwood. 3 BR, 2 ".lb. must aaerllke. Call 964-5630 4/14 tfn/chg ( Mobile Home. W/Ch&A. 1.7.IO.up to 137 Acres off

-A long piece of steel with CH/A 40000. Phone 473- after 5 p.m. Itpd 5/26 - - - Mobile I IMSIRANCE.".ns 1.7 .cru w/complete hookup SR 100 from lI.tOO/A.re

sharp teeth that cut t through: FOR RENT 2481. Itchg 5/26 --- - STARTING Jl'NE': 13th I 01 iIt 'ICItNortflTOpIe Av. for 2nd M.H. .17.oeHJ owner, Ilnaocln.
J NEW POTATOES Child care In my home. - '"' - -
juicy mattresses and whitestuffing llully 4 BEDROOM HOME on 3 Merrill Grttfla, Grlftla Loop. Ages< 3,4 and 5 yr. old. 7 Home FLORIDA. __ ASSOCIATESLola
pillows acres with 2 rental mobile Phone 964-6767. I Itpd 5/26 ajn. to 6 p.m. Monday thru BBBBBBBUJggar' Zipperer. 964-7154 or RAIFORD ARIA:
I steak and potatoesiAlwa MIIHII.F.' : HOME: 10x55 Taking
Friday. applicationsnow. 782-3397.
homea all for 35000. - - -
-- - - -
>s! being!- washed in two bedrooms. SlOO/month. Some owner financing. ANTIQUE GUN AUCTION: For Info phone 473- See Lillian Pearson 20 Acrr.- O.lrll barn.

stuffy showers surrounded l hy Phone 9648253. Itchg 5/26 Phone 964-8253 after.4 p.m. 130 antique guns, aworda A 2591 alter 4:30: p.m. 5/19. 'V REALTOR well pump' 130.000. .
and - - - 4tchg 69V.E'RF
glasses, plates cups in a 2/3 TF/Cbg< decorator Items. Estate John Lawtey Florida
M RIIt'iIUn: DIPI.KX - - --- 3 DR Furnished House 00
(dishwasher i iSometimes - collection ol Frank Bennett 3 BR. LR DR. Lg. 7823806floYfland
I heing AI'T with 2 BR. on Broad MOBILE HOME 1974 et al. Monday May 30, 11 : HAULING' : AGAIN Family Room, Fireplace paved road $15000,
war M.. 9645951. :w .R. St. -.TOP SOIL FILL DIRT. 473 3ISBRASIMGTON baia - -
brightened Ilh snelly: globs Champion 12x65. 2BR; ..m.. Holiday Inn 20 ..... with ,
Judd. 127 Lalavette St. 5/26 Excellent: condition. CH/A Augustine, 195. Inspection daya per .week dozer and Graham terma. '
ol polishI 2tchg 8/2 work. Phone 468- KEYSTONE: ( : AREA:
IIl'dlllh range, refrigerator dlah- 10-11 ..m. Term. cash. 5/19 dragline I Realty
I am Ilul| lo - - washer, more. Anxious to 2tchg 5/26 1863. Mar Route Hampton Country Club Estates 2 -- - -

-('cm I lot. nfl nun( kind i inside I.-i RMSIIF.D: APART- n.000 or beat offer. STEPHEN: : SMITH LANDFILL : lots very reasonable.New 393 Temple Ave. Sliver Sands I..elront. -

a box.like ;shape' put In'a Mr.Vf" Two bedrooms Phone 964-7287. 5/19 2tpd - - - chg Cadillac Oldsmobile - Star he, Fla. 38r Furnished 1I0u. -

drawer i up.t lrs. Phone 9648243. 5/26. DUMP TRUCK -i 1968 C- Sales & Service block home in town, 3 011.964-7700 $28,000.I .

Somelimi's tailing onto 5/26 2uhg<< 62.Mobile - -- - 50 Chevrolet. 6-8 yard, 4--f Fine Selection Of Used BR. 2 B, LR C/H4A, Ideal (for Family Nursery 3 - -
speed t..... 2 speed ..1.. S NEW DOG $
- - Acre lots Houses
soil I I threads ill isi I being: approached BRICK HOME. 3BR.2 Bath Inspected. Runs good. $1,300 Cart Taken On large ,garage, quite area, BR home 8.7 acres with or
h crane-like i DBL Carport Utility Room BREEDERS NEEDED corner lot.Several Hot Houses on 301 1 owner :Mobile Home. ()wser
11 Cadillac
> cash firm. Card Broa. 964- Slsrt, Trade
Home now raittng purebred dogs tor will hold financing from $4,500.Vaterfront .
on Nice Lot Drapea. & - mortgage.Zoned
object 'falhng I i olf a I table a ndlieing 6750. 5/12 3lchg 5/26 PROFIT Ge' Ittgnesl national' pncesMe 2001 N.W.13 378-5301
- -
Appllancea Included. Phone commercial on - -
picked Service Poles -- - new breadera if quatiWd -
nplh. 964-8630. Itpd I GAINESVILLE 301. for Trailers S or 10 Swim and
Possible *
to hun \ KIO ol your
I I'd I luxe lo be anothershapeis Ski this beautiful clearwater
100 AMP - --- -- UTILITY BUILDINGS All 'ow ground mm' a $tO 000 income TF/Chg - A, 15 pereen t down chooae o.
I I m> tiuisins. with I I I louror SHAME HOUSE: with brick aluminum, prewired, re- 'rut o> nte ,one:__ you onona ...... 3 BR. I bath block construction your site.I lake. 100' .n
the end( of along I;eri|KENNELS 3'8 Leo Ave ,... water. Only 3 lots left .1
t I\'t. spear on iaoaoo front LR. lR/Klt combination ceptablee, light ....ltcbu.I LR, Family - -
of steel balha L I ion( .La 7HOS 318 6H5 0467 in town. Acre Hampton Oaki. 112.500 owner financing.MISCELI.A51flS .
.smooth piece AMP! 3 BR. 1 1/2 lights tongue and groove FAULKNER Room
wishing to !Ill' II fork) CH/A. On 1 acre outside city liner. delivered. and set up. 'r'----------- - - - -

limit. (3(1.000( by owner. Financing available, up to 48 : 9 acrea pasture land 1.7 Acree with 407 on 301

'Two students( in :Msioldber's \ !. AT44VC11S7 Phone 964-6500. 5/19 4tchg' monthe to pay; 60 sixes. I Well Drilling j reasonably priced Juat off Going Business A nice Apt. :( !
have W.M.WHKIMeX 6/S Suzuki. of Starke" 9644020 I 91 SR 16, N.W. of town. - - - -
(; second grade -- _- 9646021. 5/12 TF/chg I" - Building for Business :Next 2 Ae... di 3BR fB House .
worked very hard and a:* a TWO BEDROOM FRAME 2" thru'6" j off Brownlee. Road $24,400.Griffis .
------------ I Very nice Urge frame To Bradford Square
result are in a new third grade b... with two-car garage, lot to - -
LAND FOR SALE White I Fast house on cornier town Shopping Center.
A> rlw MMit < Rotary | 126 S. Water St.
math book. They are Larry tve> /ttrtF.f partially ....lab.... 262 S. Oak Ridge I. Keyatono Hts.; I St....., Florida T 3 BR 2 baths C/H&A - Loop 3 BR frame

:Nazworth and Dena Chesser Myrtle St., ht..... pb... I to 10 acre tracts, owner Drilling Equipment j 964-5065 large I.r.... Lot 150' .In City. house Da Beautiful Acre lot
4734732. 4/28 TF Ic". I 14.500..
financed. Law down pay Y - - -
:Mrs. Freeman's third grade MOBILE HOME 1973. ment. 473-4753 or 468-1350. I ,STATE LICENSED I 15.20 acre tracts high land. 3 Bedroom Houae CB/CH- - -

contributed their 24x60 Taylor. 3 BR, 2 bath 5/12 Jtchg 5/26 I I Lots In town with city eo paved road Graham Ai Stove a Kef. Included; Restricted building lots
students water end eewer. .... near (:'ountry Club :-iotm..y
of T. .
take up payments - - - I I area Backyard.ernloP.Odom
help toward creating a learn- Pumpm } - left -
(144.69/momth. Call 964- FARM FRESH PRODUCE I I '
'iy-lasting fondue party. As 5742 alter S p... 3/19 3 tpd Misty Dawn Gardena. 3 183 acres en Hwy 230 1-3-6 acre .homeaMea 2 CalI.964-7700: .

the culmination of their study 6/2. miles South .. Starke on US I East good terms miles N.W. of St....... \ - -
the fruits. I New& UsedJalesPartsServiceJ -- Reg. Real Eatate House S. 30 Acres .11
in 301. 5/12 6/30
of the - --- - Stpd I.
vegetables and meats group $at.) NO LONGER NEEDED: .-. :. _- - I Nice double wide mobile Very nice double "wide, BrokerEvenlngo.. SR bOO South just beyeed
-- :: home partial! furnished 964-5476 ell,. Fine stand ef timber
the class enjoyed four fondues Double Wide Trailer. CH/A. screened. perch added. CH-
two fruit MAILS ". MS"I Carpeted., .......r..r'.r.. I en beautiful 10S'i26-f let. A. en one acre lot with - .50.000.,
they prepared: completely furnished.. LONGCHAMPHome E-Z Terms }, Just one block from plenty .. treea.Commercial Pearl Aodr..... A._. - -

variety one veltelable and one AIM Off-' ........ AitlllM. Electrical hookup. Pick up 94 and Building I Kiagilaj Lake.. - 964-7739 \\E HAE OTHERS
hamburgerthat I
meat lusing! the - .
at lUll and yen property la
payments MaterialsWEBUILD
contributed I Beautllul 3BR. ZB home on .. EVENINGS
was generously move it. BLAKE JACKSON Plumbing town, over 15,000 square
). 11-t VHkrates' 964-6310. 5/19 2lpd 5/26 I 1/2 acre. Jut out of town. feet Excellent bay - -- -

Must see to appreciate. Ralph Bryaa. Realtor 96462011 -
e.,.., At - -- -- "Your Plan Or Ours I - -
New Installation - 3 BR 2 bath CB home with .
Liberal Award For II* ,if Ft.isbili' HOME Your Lot Or Ours" .3 BR 3 B, on one ..... 2 large FR In t...*. V.ry Art Patray. Associate .
Or ReturnOf FREE ESTIMATES story nsede finishing ... Office M..r 4732039Ways.
Information r Remodeling .Ie..
!... ...... work. Priced. right' 'at Lisuglas,

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by Delores Meng queing. Lynn, Shannon and brother of Joe and they hadn't errors suggested changes field"trip to Marineland on the daily newspaper Florida
Phone 40K-1915 Travis came back to school on been together for some time based upon children's per- May 20. All enjoyed the Times Union! for local, state,
Monday with lovely suntans. the visit was especially en- formance with the material wonderful show put on by and national news stories.
SENIOR CITIZENSThe Mrs.Jolene Friese and Miss joyable. They had a nice time and areas of possible sharks and dolphins, as wellas Many of them compiled ex-
Hampton Senior Joyce Kuykendall attendedthe reminiscing and partaking of weakness In specific skills. viewing the swordfish,' cellent folders comprisingthese
Citizens reported a good funeral of their cousin, Vera's good cooking. North Florida Regional child who will be five years old The good results shown octopus, turtles, whales, news items as well as
turnout and enjoyable eveningat Mrs. Jean Eddy Lockamy in Mr. and Mrs. William Hospital two weeks ago. by January 1, 1978, is advisedto from the recent CTBS test electric eels and many other other Interesting articles and
their meeting in the City Gainesville on May 23. Bauldree and family enjoyedthe Kenny and Alan Lare of register at once. Birth scores indicate excellent varieties of sea life. The gift cartoons On Thursdays' they.
Hall on May 20. Plans were Mrs. Viola Lefebvre en- weekend visit of Mr. and Miami spent the weekend certificates must be presentedand progress through the use of shop was a big attraction also. make their shopping lists
made for an outing at Silver joyed the visit of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Raleigh Starnes and son, visiting friends in the area. children are to have this series which Will be up for Lunch was enjoyed at from the grocery ads and are
Springs on May 25. Edward: Kasey and children, Randy, from South Carolina. David Griffis and Kevin necessary immunizationsbefore adoption in the State of Crescent Beach where manyof learning to be good shoppers.
Mrs.Kenny Fuqua and babyson Sherri, Faye and Stephanie, They had a great t time Meng visited Gary and Junior the opening of the Fall Florida in 1978. Strength of the group went wading and They have also learned to
C.K., returned home from who drove up from Fort swimming, eating and riding Keyes in Fort Meyers over the term. this series incorporates getting more than their feet understand the stock market
Alachua General Hospital on Lauderdale while touring motorcycles. weekend. Kevin Snyder who has phonics approach to learningnew wetl! Among those ac- reports and have enjoyed the
May 20. Mr. and Mrs. D.B. Florida to spend three days Cheryl Meng celebrated her headquarters at the Atlanta words, Interesting companying the group as individual subscriptions to the
Stone and family are proud with her. 19th birthday on May 23rd. SCHOOL NEWSAn office visited the school on stories, illustrations are chaperones were: Betsy newspaper.
and happy to have their first Mr. and Mrs. Thomas She and David had a nice time important meeting is May 19 to discuss the Young appealing to child's level of Hersey, Jolene Friese, Cathy
grandchild safely at home. Teacinti of Miami had an bowling and dancing over the scheduled at Hampton America Reading Series understanding and there is no Williams, Mildred O'Steen
Their daughter, Lori, Is enjoyable weekend with Mr. weekend.Mr. Elementary School tOnight furnished by Rand McNally motivation problem. Lucy Hodges Roger Rich, antiDolores : .
anxious for her visit to the and Mrs. Henry Spell and and Mrs. Fred Rusha May 26, at 7:30: p.m. for the' Company. This is Hampton'sthird Mrs. Noelle Silk's Meng. Mary Burtonwas '

doctor this weekend when she Stephen. and children, David and purpose of discussing the year of field testing for kingergarten class is com- again the efficient bus .
hopes to have her body cast Sandy Friese celebrated her Elizabeth, visited the Paul feasibility of retaining the 7th this series in Grades 1,2 and 3, pleting a unit of Tran- driver.
removed. We are praying she 7th birthday on May 23 with a and Francis Meng families on grade here next year rather with expansion through Grade sportation. After learning The school Softball team
then enjoys much better lovely cake made by her Tuesday. Fred lived in the than sending them to Brad- 6 this year.Hampton. about various means of comprising 4th, 5th and 6th
health. mother and a trip to Mc- Hampton area during his ford Middle School. Mr. Tom Elementary feels transporting they constructeda graders is being coached by I"L
Mrs. Donna Ford and Donald's with family and school years and is now in Casey,School Superintendent, fortunate in having been bulletin board showing cars, principal Connie Clark, Lucy
children, Shannon and Travis, friends. New Port Richey.Mr. will be on hand to answer provided for several years trucks, airplanes and any Hodges and Claudette
along with Lynn Dixon and and Mrs. Francis Meng questions from interested with all reading and work- other relating pictures they Peterson. The boys are
brother Marty and family, HAMPTON LAKE attended the funeral of Cor students and parents books along with testing were able to accumulate.Mrs. practicing for participation in
enjoyed spending nine days at Mr. and Mrs. James C. nelius Jackson Brown in regarding this matter. materials, ditto masters and .Jean Clark, Miss Joyce the June 4th tournament
Piney Nook in Keystone Oliver from Ormond Beach Gainesville on Monday. The school is now accepting companion phonics work- Kuykendall, Mrs. Arleen Rich scheduled at Southside School "If the gave up desserts
Heights. They had a relaxing were weekend guests of Mr. Mrs. Dollie Simpson is registration of Kindergartners books free of charge. In return and Mrs. Debbie Bigham with other area schools. and put the money In the
time swimming, skiing and and Mrs. Joe B. Oliver. Since making good progress at for the next the teachers have advised the accompanied the 1st, 2nd and Mrs. Carole Shields' sixth Minion Sunday collection',
boating as well as bar-b- James is the only remainingThe home following surgery at school term. Anyone having aRaiford company on any printing 3rd graders for a delightfulball graders have been scanning she wouldn't have toworry.

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by !Margaret Kitler
Phone 431-1347
Please be preparing to first was the investing of enjoyed refreshments, Boy's men's team also went to The Sluggers competed field nearby, where a Mary Louise Taylor was a PFC and Mrs. Randy
attend Vacation Bible Schoolat two new girls into the singing, and playing games. Worthington and played the against the Poor Boy's girls Softball tournament was held. weekend visitor of Mr. and Hunnicutt are visiting some
the First Baptist Church of Brownies. Then all of the Congratulations girls for your New River Baptist men's Thursday night at the Raiford See more details In other. Mrs. John Allen Crews. of this week with Mrs. Hun-
Raiford, June 13 through June members were awarded their faithfulness and dedication to team and the Poor Boys were field. Final score was section of paper.Congratulations. Lake City. nicutt's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
17. Hours will be 8:30: to 1130a : membership stars for the this very worthwhile organization victorious with the final score Sluggers 36, Poor Boy's 4. to Mrs Mack Sweat is spen Jack Crawford of Lake Butler.
.m. year. The last ceremony was being 22 to 20. Saturday May 21, the Reverend and Mrs. Charlie ding several days in Vidalia, Friday night, Mr. and Mrs.
The Brownies had their last the Fly Up ceremony in which Monday night the Poor Thursday night Poor Boy's Raiford Poor Boy's Softball Redding on their 44 year Georgia with her daughter's Bill Hunnicutt entertainedwith
meeting for this school term. five of the girls were awarded Boy's girls team traveled to men's team played the Mer- teams sponsored a benefit wedding anniversary, which family while her daughter, a fish supper at their
May 19 at the clubhouse their pins and wings, these Worthington to compete chants team at Raiford field. dinner at the CommunityCenter was May 19. May God bless Mrs. Bobbie McClellan, is in home.Those who came for the
across from Union Correc- girls will be promoted to the against the RMC ladies.. Poor The Merchants won over the in Raiford. There was the hospital. supper and visit were, Mr. and
tional Institution. junior girl scouts. After the Boy's won over RMC 19-14. Poor Boy's by a slight margin, plenty of good food, and also you.Woody Kitler was a visitorto Mr. and Mrs. Jim Buehne Mrs. Wayne Rice and
Three ceremonies were performed ceremonies the young ladies Monday night the Poor 12 to 11. lots of Softball action at the Gainesville,Tuesday wherehe from Illinois are spending this daughter of Jacksonville
during the meeting. reported for his routine week here with Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Browning, also of

I rr il !***** EKtr'.Clean ,: ritl ****** CHMMUNTTYCloridd NRJV.ft; 'doctors doctors reported appointment.him to The be and Don Mrs.Alvarez.Alvarez Mrs.are Buehne sisters. Tom Jacksonville Carter, Mr.of Callahan and Mrs.,

'-'" '-' .L..L....... '-.L -- ... .... ... ..-- -- dof In".... ''''' This news he .U*.rs. P atsy Tyler and rWatnraa Hardy and Diane
? AUTOhea5re .: is very thankful for. children of Jacksonville spent Hunnicutt i from Si ;ked:
t wlDOOt( ( : Elizabeth G.Walker Freewill Baptist: Monday Mrs. Sarah Stafford at- the weekend here with her Mrs. Grace Kelly.
I Phone 964-6C83 night 7:30: Tiny Tots tended a banquet in Jackson- father, M.A. Sweat Reverend and Mrs. Hugh
o. B"lf510 SALES rehearsal, Tuesday 7:30: ville with their grand- Reverend and Mrs. Jim Walters and Mr. and Mrs.
I STARKE 964 S4S1fHt. i GIW: ( !; Dell Chapter 168 O.I-.S: Prayer Meeting; WednesdayChoir daughter, Cindy Stafford. The Tompkins and Mrs. Gertrude Monroe Killer traveled to
_. r I Chapter meeting will beheld rehearsal 7:30; occasion was held in the party Hart are spending this week in Cedar Keys, Tuesday. While
; UBBURBAN Thursday night May 26 at Vacation Bible School room of the Bonanza Lakeland, Florida, attendingthe there they enjoyed a seafood
Sa-rr. Sun.Joe __ 1974CS 1975 BLAZER a 8 p m. All members are askedto Committee 8 p.m.; Friday 6 Restaurant. The festivitieswere Annual Conference of the lunch and enjoyed looking
G; Automatic 4.Wheel be present. p.m. Junior Choir and No. 2 sponsored by the Paxon Florida United Methodist through the. Cedar Keys
a-: 4.Wheel. Automatic, IIII Usher Board will meet: High School Anchor Club of Church. Museum.
Air Conditioning Air Condition. Roll Bar -''I I CHURCH )NEWS Saturday dinners will be sold Jacksonville, in which Cindy Mr. and Mrs. Don Alvarez Mr. and Mrs. Reid Purvis
Panther I P/S & PIB Pleasant Grove: First and from the kitchen. Sunday is a member. Mrs. Stafford and daugher, Linda and Mr. visited relatives in Jackson-
I"D $ III I second Monday 7 p.m. Young School 9:30: ; Sunday is received a long stemmed and Mrs. Jim Buehne enjoyeda ville last weekend.
4195 x4 795 Choir rehearsal; Tuesday 7:00: Educational Day 11 a.m. carnation from her grand- visit to Disney World near Mr.and Mrs.Jimmy Larkinof
A STEWART H RIDGEnarnBRIAN g a Young Junior Choir rehearsal Brother Hermon Johnson will daughters as a memento of Orlando, Sunday. Marianna, visited Mrs.
PRODUCTION, 975 FOR =-:I ; Wednesday Prayer speak, Dinner will be served the occasion. Mrs. Grace Kelly attendedher Nancy Larkin last weekend.
KEITH :=z 1975 DODGE PICK-UP Meeting. 7 p.m.; Thursday 7 12:30: ; 6 p.m. Story hour. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Staf- 32 year class reunion at Mr. Reid Purvis visited Mr.
SUPER CAB p.m. Bible Study; Sunday Kbenezer Baptist Church: ford of Jacksonville visited the Lakeside Community and Mrs. Albert Stafford
RICARDO MONTALBAN II F.100 Long Wheel 27,000Miles -n School 10 a.m. Mt. Monah and Tuesday 730830.: Bible Mrs. Margaret Kitler and Center in Lake Butler, Sunday evening.
INTRODUCING L Base Automatic PIS Silver Blue Inside S' Pleasant Grove will hola joint Class; Thursday Mt. Sinai Little Woody. Wednesday.Mrs. Saturday night. Sincere sympathy is exten-
RAY TRACEY as JOE PANTHER Dual Gas Tanks (Full) Sunday School and Worship ministers and deacon union Senie Addison and Mrs. Onie Tarrant of ded to the Don and Lucian
:: Service together The pastor began at Calvary Baptist children, Melissa and Mat- Lawtey visited Mr and Mrs. Alvarez families in the deathof
= $2995 will be returning from con- Church Bethel will also thew visited Senie's parents, Bill Hunnicutt, Sunday. their loved one, Mr. Paul
01 f =: ference in Lakeland Sunday participate in the Union. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow PFC and Mrs. Randy Castor.
/ -- Greater Uethleham Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. 'hurch: Everett in Lake City Sunday.Mr. Hunnicutt arrived Saturday This is the last column I will
r fORD PICK-UP "1972 DODGE Annual Women's Day will be and Mrs. Monroe Kitler from Camp LeJune Marine be writing. I would like to take
[ Tf"tV In ;I PICK-UPf observed Sunday beginningwith visited Mrs. Inez Addison Base of Jacksonville, North this time to express my appreciation -
JJ V Brown & White va Sunday School a.m.; 11 Saturday afternoon. Carolina and will spend to all of you who
STxUII.Ff. It l Long Base iC a.m. Worship Service, the Mrs. Sarah Stafford Mrs. several days with Randy's shared your news with me and
v.a PIS iC speaker will be Mrs. Ethel Margaret Kitler and Woody parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill read my column. I will alwaysbe
fRI SAT. : Depenport Bainster First had lunch in Starke Sunday.Mrs. Hunnicutt. grateful.
: @ $1395
$2995 Lady of Gospel music Effie Nonneman and

THE GREAT-TEXAS :: : Jacksonville.Greater Allen Chapel: Speaker daughter, from, Mrs.Chicago Marie were *++SENIOR CITIZENS** I

DYNAMITE CHASE iC 1975 fORD GRANADA 1973 DATSON Tuesday night Prayer guests of Mr. and Mrs. O.B.
meeting and class meeting; Gordon for few last
a days
rD1 Q 6 Cyl. With iCiC Ask 1 Young Adult Choir rehearsal, week. While here they visited Senator Richard Stone, D- of Congress.The .
UP Fla. introduced
Wednesday night before the two bills In second incongruity is,
several other relatives.
Air Conditioning June 1976 which
would help that members of Congress
and fourth
Charley second Sunday.
Miss Sheila Stafford of
clear up part of the existing who make these rules for
Sunday School 10 a.m. 11:00
Jacksonville was weekend
PLUS t $1595 inequities today between SS do not haveto
$3450 E. a.m. Mt.. Zion A.M.E. Church guest of her grandparents everybody on
emploved workers the under live within those rules
from Lawtey will be in chargeof
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stafford.
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employed highly themselves
they are exempt
services a missionary Mr. and Mrs. Robert
1976 CHV John unemployed youth and the from SS .
... t 1975 t service. All members are Taylor, Jr., and son Camon of aged. coverage.Bill
.. '"A careless act can causeaaother asked to be present. 5:30: the Lake City visited Mr. and S-3510 requires mem-
-+c MALIBU STA. WG. m These bills S-3309 would bers of Congress to
people will a
to lose hie young sponsor Mrs. Robert Taylor Sr.,
iC 65 to
'X'iC permit people continue ticipate in the Social Security
19000 Miles Low Miles Loaded ".? oight-Jiis masculinity..and Friendship Program. Saturday. working as long as they were system. The initial reason for
rnng JOHN SAXON result in a law suit for able and wanted to work. By exemption was that Congresshad
SUSAN HOWARD WILLIAM I CONRAD 8 - --- -- -- -- - the
$ ammending Social
$100,000 or more. The its own retirement plan.
$2350 4 3 9 5
MAUREEN McCOHMICKSuri.Mon._ ..... usual $10,000 personal Attention June Graduate Security Act, Title 2 to providethat Retired senators and
.PGM is benefits would not be congressmen had protection
u liability policy no longer
reduced on account of earnings the civil service
1911 FORD LTD 1972 fORD TORINO !i1 I 1 adequate.E. Johns Can the Charley HAVE YOU THOUGHT ABOUT At present an employedolder retirement fund which was in
Agency increase
worker is penalized $1 force before Social Security.
c 4 Door Clean .. my ComprehensivePersonal YOUR FUTURE from every $2 earned income Many workers are involved m
FIGHTING : Clean :II Liability to over $3,000 per year despitethe other retirement plans but
$100,000..even $1,000,000for fact that persons receiving Social Security is mandatoryfor
BLACK KINGS \ i3 $1495 just a few dollars more Why Not Sec Your Army National unearned income from In- them.
I $1295 premium?" vestments, dividends and So we ask the question, if
f NEW LINE' CINEMA I m Guard Recruiter For Information interest are not also members of Congress escape
PC Charley E. penalized. This is a terrible paying SS taxes because they
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Concerning The Training OfferedBy nj ustice. Bill S-3509 would have a better plan, then why'
I PlulQ-, JOHNS AGENCY tallow SS recipients to earn can't other workers escape
"+ Guard $7,800 a year income from who have a better plan too?
H uST L E R. 473-4470 & 473-4078 : 131 S. WALNUT ST STARKE wages earned before SS The exemption of Congressfrom
u it PHONE 964-5070 Openings Now Exist In benefits are reduced. paying SS taxes is no
Congress originally Intended longer justified.It .
lID Electronics, Mechanics Clerical Social Security to be a is nigh time that Congressvia
supplemental security the House Select Com-
.And.. .- Food J Service' ..ro.<.ram. Peo",le we re e n- mules" uutgiug__ .. _.__ and Its
i '>1,1, lil"" ill, "II' 111''[ 1'1'' '] ....... ''j 11'' m.QRSIpr., 1'1" 11181CDI0rJ11saGD18' : [' s/asCD1' 1: LI'! I couraged to add through component in the Senate to

I private persion plans, savings deeply scrutinize the Social
For Additional InformationCall and above all continued Security system and solve the
MEMORIAL DAY SPECIAL employment to their SS serious problems it faces.
I retirement benefits. Today, Including members of
John Hersey at 964-5320J the law nearly forces people to Congress in SS will be a sign of
You"lBe/ A Winner With fall into the ranks of the indigent their good faith in this
Or Stop By Armory on Edwards Rd. In order to get and eliminate some of the fear
BRAND NEW BRAND NEW payments. Bill S-3509 would that exists about the soundness
8-5pm Mon thru Friday I reaffirm the original intention of the system.In .

12x70DIAMOND 12x70DIAMOND summary, permitting
persons 65 and over to earn
$7.800 per year without
TRIO TRIO deductions (such as exist at
present $1 from every $2
W ( 'j10lI1I1IJ( earned over$3,000 a year) will
n 3 BR. B&% 2 BR, B&3/4 restore dignity, confidenceand
pride to the elderly In
J. knowing that they are still
$7250 t $7050Cheek contributing their part to the
social security system with
.. [ (] ( the additional fact that they
Urn'I will also pay some income
Oar Competition And Sit Now They Compare. With U. taxes as well.
There are many other partsof

FHA & VA Financing No Down Payment With V.A. Flnanclng 7' tightening SS system up without which creating needs

{ V. LARGE & SMALL DOZER WORK have hardships been on led any to believe of us who that

.. OLIN'S A/\ Social Security payments
would be paid as a right when
GOVERNMENT SPECIFIED PONDS we reached a certain age and
: : MOBILE HOME have worked and contributedfrom
earnings through payroll
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Hwy 100 Starke 9645606Mi payments by employers.We .
trust that Senator
...11. ...it MM tin !I. TW $... iI.*.... Fir TW Pat! twn f..". Stone'l bills S-3509 and S-3510
Waters will pass this year and thus
Mi ,1.11.4. Ti ti A'.*.. T. ffwU Siuli Fir VM MMe Via Mal N. II M 0. E..pNNrs' Mara /... A" .... Wilbur 964-6941 end two seious inequities in
Starke 782-3592 the Social Security System.
Te...f f.. ...., A.*f ,,.. Ow C.Mff.Jf That I I. the first step. "
.Joe Kerrlgnn
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