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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 2, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: ? An Old of' July complete 'with parade<< .
: < ., 'l.. ':....i./ speeches, and a greased pig is in the works for Bradford County

.1r ( 'c :: area residents this year. _. I
.Quality* Education Coordinating plans. for the 1977 events are Harry Green ..

-" > planner of last year's last minute festivities.and Bill Wilson
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n In the works for this year's American legion and the continue
Is Main Concern I celebration is a community. to the fairgrounds.
I \ wide church service to be held Green said clubs and groups
5 .n ;. Sunday,night July 3. All area from Union f.'/IUnlyintept'slcd.
q churches have been asked to in t being purl. of' the ,,,tile-
"participate' in this service. hration should contact him JrtM548UII
Hampton ParentsQuality .The service is to be followed or Bill Wilson til irn-'

k.a : Jjy ;an ull night gospel sing Chamber, 9154-5278.
;with. groups from the' |local| Clubs are also IjoiitiTiisktflto
t education rather '(,If keeping the seventh grade .community, said Green. sponsor an activity af the
: than keeping children close to Lawtey.. :July;:4 festivities will begin fairgrounds following' the
I : home was the concern of Main reason for the school with "parade that will have parade. Each: dub"."wild

about 40 Hampton parents shifl, according to Casey is 'fire trucks from all the county award ribbons 'only -in the'
when they met with Bradford I because of 'the Education departments u' National events ,
County School Board memo Accountability- -of 1976 Guard contingent, local Some event already lined
I bers Thursday, May 26, in the which requires schools for the Shriners /and,any school clubs up are sortha lt. horse shues", ,
school library. first time la begin evaluationof that would like to join In (the greased pll(. greased |hide| %
In the second public hearingon their programs, to see if parade'The j parade: will stopat watermelon ruling and' a
possible expansion of the students are learning as they the courthouse; ,for Hag battle of the barrels with

.Bradford Hind School A-fctudenls for the grading period enKneeling: Beth Davis and Ellen George three outlying elementary (See Page 9) raising! sponsored by the water hoses.
ding I April 26 are Standing: Betsy Yawn. Denise Lyons. Bonnie Culverson. schools to include the seventh A talking cnnlt'st.\\,11, serve
I Sitting ('urol,n Roller derhill. opposed to denying those Brooker ParentsVote ." |he awarded lor the> l lsl entries
children the courses that are 60 und then the l'nlri.'II1111
offered at Bradford Middle 1)(.* .served us dessert! ulonu

!III;I 21 Earn Straight-A's At BHSTwentyone School.the middle Parents school present said had OverwhelminglyTo 'with county u dinner lire association.prepared by"I'lie the

specialized facilities that In- dinners will prices to Mniy. .

.. ,.cluded industrial art, home ( the cost. of he( days\ uflixiliesand
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II. Lucy Bradley lima Brown economics a gymnasium anda |pot t lo raise money, said
of School bookkeeping
Lee Casey 18. son procedures
I Bradford High of Ricky Brown Pam Chapman Kind room. Grades 7-8 preen.S'x'cch'laaking...
I School students out of the 1,105 Supt. and Mrs. Tom Casey, Pam Tucker, 17,daughter the Keep \ iiixl awards'lysill
Robin Chism Sharon Crosby questioned
parent '
Starke, math drafting and Mr. and Mrs. Neil Tucker /
member student body were math, independent Diane Davis, Robbin Hood elii ination of band for IK- held in. 'lh *- early
stra lzhtA' Honor Roll advanced PE. Starke applied School Tom 'middle school to high school.'Casey' .
of study science, Cassandra Johnson, Loretta seventh graders 'saying she Supt. Casey's "evening! with the main
students lor the fifth six weeks Beth Davis 18. daughter to retain seventh said the method of '
from' proposal Colonel Howard ,
and Hand, Rhonda Harrell. Nancy had$; nderstood a speaker
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Davis chemistry!:; algebra II,
grading period ending April Hildreth Karen Mathis, teacher that band 'would not grade class in outlying schools teaching in the schools would llunn of Keystone heights '
20. Theressa vocabulary- typing.Thomas 17 of Donna Moore, Briar Patray, be 'offered. SuperintendentJrtjMjO.'risey next ear' received over tie handled by: the administration Colonel Dunn is u former .
shorthand Meng. son
Str .! 'Uht-A: students, grammar review, Sherry Petteway, Mimi Scott ; countered "class- whelming support at a public in ellch'school.. He said Vietnam prisoner of war. i 1
repress..ling less than two II, applied math, typing**.. ,II' Mr. and Mrs. Frances" Meng' and KiraJTenly. "* ...,.ti. 'llazfkamoitau-arenot! .heat mg inr Brooker<< Tue: daysnight. .oneteacher:. ,l'oul'each, all Instead--of firewvsks, Mtin-' -,
percent of the'student :body -and bookkeeping II. Hampton'drafting.; made by the employees." subjects or w ith u little time; lo year Green said ,,' '! I are: Susan Edward. 17, JUNIORS ELEVENTH GRADE Other parents voice concern Casey along with School set things up leachers withspecialties event is planned that will offer ;
and Mrs.
daughter of Mr. Bonnie Culverson, 16, Freddie Aldridge, Mark Box that grades would have to be Board Members Arthur in the differenturea Fourth of July celebrants
T SKMOKS: William II. Edwards daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Matthew Box, John Cooper, combined as in the past. Gaskins J.T. Parrish and such as math.. English something different. There is I
Kenneth Aycox. 18. son of Kingsley Lake, American Hoger Culverson Starke, Christina Easton Sheila Presently Hampton has 156 Vernon Parmenter. receiveda science, and social studies also the possibility of I the I

!Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones. humanities Literature, research calculus and, typing short stories, teachers Fayson, Ronda Griffis students, and the shift would petition with 136 signatures could teach in just a special Bradford Roping(( Club performing
Starke. Ills subjects are Michelle Gullion Teresa for supporting a program that area. Green.
aid science home economics, keep 29 at Hampton a says
j 1 teachers aid and PE. writing. PE and American, ,history. Hobbs. Tracv Kellv. Brenda proposed enrollment of 185. would have outlying school One key objection some "This is a community ef
I Samuel Bennett. 18 son of Ellen George, 18, daughter May Terry :Mundorff BenJi made to the proposal ;
William Carolyn Roller 17. daughterof The school was built for 210 house grades K-8 instead of parents fort said Green us: he urged
and Mrs.
!Mrs. Dorothy Terry. Starke of Mr. Mr. George Roller, Lawtey, Padgett, Patricia Quiette students.On sending seventh and eighth was that students in Slarko ull interested groups and\ individuals
I teachers aid and PE.Thursday George. Starke, American music chemistry calculus Karen Reddish. Linda a May 25 count the graders to Bradford Middle that attend the Middle School to get in loud with
literature, chorus
and American history. French, Richardson and Kenny number of children in each School. An unofficial standupvote will receive programs that the him or Bill Wilson and liecunie
research
theory Pennirae, Hunt 17, daughterof writing. biology II, and research and Rodrique. GRADERS Todd grade was; kindergarten, 24; Tuesday night saw only smaller schools don't have. a part of the celebration.
writing. TENTH first grade' 17; second 16; five parents oppose Casey'sproposal Programs such as industrial Green look on the job of
l11Untirr !Mr.'and Mrs. Raymond M. Ashline, Julia Chambers with 55 for it. arts home (economics band
[J11' ) third 23; fourth. 20; fifth, 23; some organizing the annual cele-
: Hunt, Starke Spanish I, applied Marlene
and SOPHOMORES: Phyllis Davis and sixth grade, 33. The proposal was made by and chorus can be offered at bration during the Bicentennial
humanities
I math drama. Only A-student for the tenth Dawson Elizabeth Dyal, Casey said the i ideal ratioin Casey as an attempt to the middle school with its last year when nobody
advanced
I Hai old Leverson 18. son of grade is Dwayne J. Baldwin, Monique Gravel Harry K-3 would be one teacher to equalize the cost per-pupil between larger enrollment but not in else was willing to get up an
Jerald Green, Carlos Hernandez. students and in 4-6, the smaller outlying the smaller schools. observance of IndependenceDay
15. son of Mr. and Mrs. 25 grades
e !Mrs. Elsie Leverson, Starke
Melanie
N social Baldwin Starke, math Alan Montgomery, schools and the larger schoolin Manyof the parents opposed for Starke and Bradford
American history, analysis science, chemistry I,' Morris Patricia Mullins. 127."It is necessary to increase Starke. to the program were County. Green couldn't allow
studies, carpentry. speech and library skills and Michael Prescott, Pamela enrollment to decrease over- Supporters of the proposal especially concerned with I the the nation's awith) birthday
Denise Lyons, 17, daughterof PE. Stalnaker, Marvin Tyson. head," said Casey.Casey's though had other reasons for music program offered al I the go by unnoticed here so in ::11i t !Mr. and Mrs.. P.L. Lyons,
Irene Wainwright, and proposal would also supporting the proposal. Low'teacher outlying schools. hours last July he organized( a
J Starke, advanced chorus FRESHMEN Thomas Williams. shift the sixth grades at both student ration and Mike Woodfin. middle small parade with fine flute

beginning Mains typing., 17. daughter of Joseph Riggs, 14, son of Mr. NINTH GRADE Patrick Starke Elementary schools classes closer to home were school band director said al. playing. "Yankee Doodle
!Mrs.Joy Mildred Jordan Starke and Mrs. D.A. Riggs, Starke, Crawford, Sandra Crut- Southside and Starke Elemen- just two of the reasons. the middle school students gel Dandy; a I lew lire trucks:

(French teachers aid individual art,algebra I, speech modern chfield, Sandra Darley, Sarah tarv. back to the middle Opponents of the proposalsaid an hour a day plus limeafter making lots'of noise, and a
science and science, literature and civics. Faulk, Christie Faulkner, school. The sixth grade was they were afraid that if school to practice but at theother watermelon cutting afterwards
Juno 2 advanced study PE.Tonya Pamela Underhill, 15, Davis Fussell Timothy Gissy, housed at the middle school the students waited until the schools the program is Some KM) persons
daughter >of Mr. and Mrs. Cynthia Green, Sharon Green; until the current term when ninth grade to make the only a couple hours a week. found out about the last-
Band Concert & Chorus Patrick. 17 daughterof Richard A. Underhill, Starke. Catherine Grider, Regina they were moved back to the transition to another school "Because of the shorter minute observance of the
and !Mrs. W.M.
Mr. Patrick
BHS Auditorium office procedures civics, algebra II. speech, Holmes Janice Jockel elementary schools to alleviate that they would be left out in amount of time these kids are nation's 2)0th() birthday.
8p.m.Friday Lawtey Teresa school activities. behind the middle school Green is determinedto
vocabulary and composition, Leonard Johnson. an overcrowding problem Harry
II. and teachers
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bookkeeping modern science and PE. Knepper, John Miller, Gordon at the middle school. Opponents also said that by students Woodfin said have a bigger and better

June 3 aid.Karen Powell 17, daughterof Betsy Yawn 13, daughter of Newmans Tieng Nguyen, The shift would see gradesK7 waiting until ninth grade to Woodfin said with the celebration this year and

!Mr. and Mrs. Pete Powell. Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn Starke, Lisa Reddish, Duane Searle, taught at Lawtey change being thrust into a big present program band make it a tradition.
Sock Hop advanced band algebra II, Richard Smith Deborah Hampton, and Brooker ele school with changing classes members from the middle ,
Starke Woman's Club9p.m.12p.m. Starke, teaching assistant science English modern science Thomas. Raymond Trainor mentary. It would involve retaining would be a cultural shock. school are ready to participate .
art, independent Tucker. Supporters of the proposalsaid in varsity band when 207 Seniors
human methods geography and PE. and Lisa some 72 students 24 at
research anatomyand and independent Students on the A-B Honor B-Honor Roll students are Lawtey. 19 at Brooker and 29 the plan gives the they start ninth grade. Someof
Saturday, June 4 physiology art. Roll for the grading periodare Sandra DeSue in the 12th at Hampton. Lawtey parents students just one shock-from the parents were worried
study : grade and Cana Schmidt and recently told school board grade school to high school that their children wouldn'tget To Graduate : f.

Annual Spring Concert ''of Kathy Mr. and Teston Mrs. J.E.17, daughter Teston TWELFTH GRADE Anna Margaret Smith in the 11th members! they were in favor instead of Iwo from grade that opportunity if kept in '1i
I Bradford Chorus'Department Alvarez Michelle Arroway grade. school to middle school and the outlying schools. Pomp and Circumstance I .1
shorthand II office
i Lautey, One supporter though had will begin graduation cere-
her own opinion on the sub monies for 207 Bradford .t
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I 8p.m.Sunday. County High School, seniors f

I Local Wins ContractTo ject."I don't think anyone Friday. June 10, at & p.m.' at i 4
June SC.L.E.O Corporation Again coming out of the twelfth Bradford Memorial Stadium. f

is to be less
grade going any
Master of Ceremonies for
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Matting :
cultured for spending two .
Crysta'LakeHomesltes' the occassion will be Beth

Beach Provide For BCH Mary more years Jane Green in Brooker said. Mrs. class.Davis, Representative president of the Frank senior

Breathing Therapy Sanderson
Monday May But Helen saw Williams will be the main .
You have
things differently. speaker, Charles Francis.

Elks a Elke"u Only $376 separated the Hosted to the board the Dampier calculated each of Services of Orlando. $42.780: hoard did not question your extra and curricular kids need activities director of curriculum and I

Lodge No. 1802 'iwn heal bids: bar respiratory hu"pIIIII"lIuld provide its OWII the hid percentages! using and Inhalation Therapy Ser- Harrison's qualifications theirs." Mrs.your Sanderson said. instruction, will also offer

Dinner 7p.m. therapy| services for I ho inhalation. service and makethe \ total billings! for inhalation \iceof Marietta Ga., 46000. In response to a question The problem of where outlying comments.
Meeting p.m.B.C. llriidlni'd ('IVUMHospital| but profit .rather than contractlor therapy services for the first whether the hospital would schools would house the Co-salutatorians Susan
all 'the bidpercentages
After
Hi >piUil. Services "I| r'loridii.lne. the service und lime (hecompany six months of the hospital hearing trustee Dan profit if it ran its own inhala- extra students was addressed Edwards and Nancy Hildreth ,
Commission : .. a l"c'"IIh"M'fi( to make the profits. fiscal year. Billings totaled tion therapy service. Ed- will give the welcoming .address -
corpora Williams asked if the medical by Casey.
The hoard did not consider and mondson said he estimated it and valedictorian Darla
the
f:3oa.m.Lawtey: I"n'lh\'lo\\( end and $92,000 for six months board
tion. Mil> staff had made "I'm sure if the votes
,- th starling!up its own service:und S43.24S of that was paid to the any recom- would cost $34.000 lo start the Christopher will give the farewell
MIIS gi! \Cii a new 'C'l'ar. mendations. Hospital administrator to adopt this system it will
address for the class
Council un studied the bids for contract present contractor. Hospitalof service up. Harrison took
contract.'The I the schools support they
Dick Edmondsonread give
service at the Thursday Florida IISK), exception to the $10.000 figure Awards and scholarship
730
; p.m. Hoard of from the need to operate it. Casey
minutes
hospital's meet t inl(. Dampier figured the bid for April 21 Kigby used in the previousweek's presentations will be given by
Trustees, meeting in special of the Joint conference com, said. BHS C.C. Anderson.
School Board All five bids received offered IInuld' cost .m.4.M! ) based meeting and said all Principal
Board members
session\ lust Thursday' night mitteethat the doctors recommended present Superintendent Tom
almost the same services closer lo the Casey
Special Meeting on percent of the gross and $ U.UJO a" right voiced views
simular and
:M.is 2 t;. opted lo agiiin: contract to the hospital, ranging allowance to tJ: 83pt.'rcent "either hiring u new amount."Don't. will handle the presentation of
I an up said if the board voted for the
bur inhalation therapy system or the hospital lake .
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in percentages to be paid the for bad debts write ,diplomas.The
Tuesday May 7 rather I run provide its own companies Irom 45: to altpercent over and operate the serviceon .see any reason to proposal they would providethe BHS band and BUS

\ respiratory I treatment I t ..'r- HelplratorPro offs.Next' its own. change; said Charneyilliams necessary services. chorus will provide the music
Raiford Council .' ;;! closest bidder. : and he made the said that portable
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vices. liS.. has p ovh'd the ducts. Inc. of Florence.; South of TommHarrison., supervisor for the ceremonies Roman
730pm. treatment t services for I the Carolina. offered a fee for service eesburg.I Hospital; Ancillary. asked for43 Service of HSF, said the reasons motion to accept HSF contingent class rooms would be used to Alvarez pastor of Pine Level
1 .past three "lIrs. contract. Each percent the doctors were not happy on clarification from hold the extra classes if no Baptist Church, will give the
Starke Council items of the gross und would Richard i
available in the
the board attorney were
were that rates were not rooms invocation and
benediction. ,
7p.m. Tabled from the regular would give a different percentage pay80 percent of the not ,
19, until lo the : Board competitive with other area Welty who was present main buildngs.
board meeting May hospital.'
operating room oxygen; used. hospitals. and the certified public ac. Casey said the only alter'native .ceremonies''will also
could be members did not calculate
members present
nil based
;Dampier calculated Before the bid was awarded. countant. Dan Williams seconded to bringing more honor nine BHS graduates
slit" (Community was the contract for services individual items because they on a figure of.5.726 for oxy gen Rigby raised the if the motion'and it students to the school Is to cut who have earned high honors
to provide inhalation therapy felt they" did not have enough for fix months that bid would question with of
Harrison 'was certified. passed unanimously. 40. back on teachers but these a grade point average
'tGtE', Jan1Atcw.i.II.w, respiratory i treatment) for information to determine be $:.18.043. The difference in Harrison countered "that it is Trustee George Shuford was schools already operate with 3.$ or better and 29 honor ,
'the At the regular which services were used the
hospital. the two bids 1376.
was graduates a grade
/n..rN U. Just one respiratory associa- not present. the minimum 'number requiring l
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meeting former inhalation most often., .Other of 3.0 better.yaung .
T.swealy companies teach effectively. point average or
bidding tion against another" The necessary to .
9.ewN a..se Ijis.iiN C.....' ,therapist Chuck Kigby Rug- Board chairman Billy were! : Professional See Pale

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fi +r3kr{,.. child was accepted mu a W ly Joei.Iy ed. 964-7608 /
white home
-I thought you'd like this
yts''i, i story because we all care. .'e Ruth Hazen and Harold Davis
11 Vin.w don ahrays agree but we all :
a care.That's why were' be**," L ,'f J1" ChurchMiss
Dr It ibm laid the 30 odd Wed May 28 At First Baptist
w ..rto member and county health
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SUB member present.
Dr. Rubuj read Umrtnng: Ruth Ella Hazen.
from'iscanh'. daughter Mr and Mrs.Jack
passage
book,about bow the dIIJd "'UreeC1ed. E. Hazea d Starke. and F
then finally found i Harold Phillip Darts son d
persons would accept turn Mr. and Mrs. F.B. Davis d
Graham were united inmarriage
including students to: the ,
school he now attends It sill Friday. May 27.at t
take some 20 operations by p m. at the First Baptist
Church with Rev. Ben Bryant
plastic surgeons finally give .
Danes a face -that you performing the muplials.Centering
wouldn't look at twice." the altar were
Mrs. '.B. Mundy seas installed two baskets at white gladioli

-.... .. Mr.tut' as president of the pink carnations. yellow i\
-- lavendar asters ,
and
organization for the third daisies r
PvMte HratU %.n II& Ahiwry CmKil Wficerc iH&.a1W ounsecntive year. Mrs. Louise *iW..ar against a background of arched t .
May &: are t1-rl: Mr*. L** .e Kit*. secretary; Mrs. Lens Kite has served for many candelabra with burning
M....'. prrutfrat. sad Mr*. tterr BUckUrar, treasurer years as secretary and was re- ,. ..- ,. white taper and two candle
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instaBed. and Mrs. Beverly trees. '

Member of the Bradford council The child called Black shear was installed as Mr. iHrs. J.M. GnfTk Mrs. Miss George Cindy Canova.Canova
County Public Health Nursing Darren was born without a treasurer. organist r',
AdvBMrjr Council met Wednesday kit ear or left eye and with Installing officer was Mrs. J.M. Gilffis' Celebrate pianist and Greg Douglas
hair down the left John W (Evelyn) Griffin.Two soloist, presented a program ,.
nigh May 2$. to install growing of music.:. ..
nuptial
new officers and to hear side d his"head as sell as on charter members of the 37th Anniversary Mr. Davis attended his son 4
his brad nursing council organized m
the new county health officer,
and the ushers
Dr. Jeffrey Rubin talk! about Dr Rubin told how the child ISM.were presets Mrs.ArhnMcKmght as best man
a severely deformed child w ho was rejected by his mother and Mrs. Anna Mr, and Mrs Joe :WeltcofSmokey Also among the 30 attending "were Carl Williams. Rodney and ,
Felos, who this ( ) Gnffis celebrated was a sister Ruth Tyler d Gnffis. Terrell Davis
through the work of plastic! was Wt in a crib in a foster year stepped
surgeons it now a .elJ. home until be w as three years, down as treasurer after many their 37th wedding anniversary Starke a friend Grace Cons Billy BelL attendedher 1i
adjusted third grader until a social worker found he )'ears. Sunday at a damer of Tampa Mrs. GriffIS' Mss Kitty Hazen
-The Phoenix Child b)' had normal intelligence. The Lowell Parnsh gave the party at their borne on SR- mother. Victoria CadJe. and sister as maid of honor. 4
child invocation. 301N! Mr Gnffis' mother. PinkieGriffis. Bridesmaids were MissesHjalmal'
fknry'I..c.roi.Jr was the was eventually! placed in
Cee Cee
topic of Dr Rubin ho bighl a special school operated by After the business meeting The dinner mas green by McMillan.Pierce and
Jackson Lynn
recommended: the book to themembers Vifccardi. himself born without members were served their children: : Mrs. Hazel
of the advisory legs, and finally the black refreshments in the kitchen: d Johnson of Jacksonville The children presented their Eoline Green.
the agriculture building, Jimmy Gnffis. Robert Gnlfis. parents with a chandelier as a The attendants were
"" 7 adjacent to the meeting room. Raymond Griffis, :Mitchell memento of the occasion. gowned alike in long gowns ,
The Public Health Nursing Griffis, Kathy Rose and A picnic dinner was servedin with white lace bodice and ,
Advisory Council maintains a Patsy Gnffts. and their '-ma- the yard and a three-tiered light blue polyester skirt witha
loan closet of items needed for bes all erf Starke. and 11 wedding cake centered the velvet ribbon at the waistline
ONLY 2 LEFT the sick and disabled. The grandchildren. buffet table. They wore a band of

loan closet includes hoepital spring nosegays air hairand
beds, rubber sheets, wheelchairs STRAW BERRY SWINGERS earned blue
crutches, overbed ATTEND CON\' "no... yellow, pink and orchid
tables, pillows, I.P.P.B.machine flowers with baby's breath
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w alters sheets and Thirteen couples) of the hosted the entire group at and white streamers
pads bed pans urinals bed- Strawberry Swingers, the breakfast Sunday morning in The bride, given in
side rails, lamb wool beds Starke square dance dub. the campground. Other marriage by her father, worea
commode chairs porta lilts, attended the 25th annual convention couples attending were white silk organza gown f
hospital gowns d the Florida Square Richard and Pat Welty. with empire waist and three
WHITE GOLD RING SETSENCORE" Dance Association in Lakeland Morris and Sharon Williams. tier lace sleeves The trailing
over the Memorial Day Ganth and Becky Jones. Mac: skirt fell into a chapel train. I
PUCATK;BRIDGE and Teena Baldwin of lace daisies .
weekend Dances were held Wayne Her cap se- -
.P tTLlBRfcSlLTS Friday night. Saturday after and Anne hiflen.Melvin and cured her chapel length :Mr. .:; Mr:*: Harold Davis I
Bf Kpuir. (t Mrs Lex Green' and Mrs noon and night and Sunday Barbara Prevail Jim and illusion veil that was en- .
Us Wf GEM J J> Odorn were the winning afternoon and night Sandra Duncan Harry and hanced with lace daisies She punch bowls were Miss Lynn graduate of Bradford High!,!
1 couple at Duplicate Bridge! Mae Hatcher. John and Anne earned a white carnation Moxley, Miss Ann Allen Miss School and is employed with
Peg also'4011 [ JEWELRY Tuesday night EvaMatlwwsm Part of the group "'camped* Greene Louin and Cteo nosegay centered with an Rhonda Harrell and Mrs. Purvis Gray and co..Certified
-124' and Jeff Wren- in Tiki Village camp groundand Redding. Mary Ann and Hank orchid corsage. Eddie Hazen. Accountants in GainesvilleMr
Rep 75" -L. 'h shall were second and Lora part stayed in Darbymotels. X>le. Bob and Mary Agnes A reception was held in the Following a wedding trip to Davis is a 1975 graduated
Tr... Pica Good '0a E Ca" sti..t Francis and Khea Johnson The convention was Ferguson church Fellowship Hall with :St Augustine Beach the Bradford High Schol and IS
June Slvk 964.52- were thirdMechanized.. held in the new Lakeland Civic The Bradford square arrangements of pastel springflowers couple will reside at Graham. employed by the City of
2 June 9 The roof leaked dancers evident their used of Miss Hazen
Center. badly were in at points interest. will be a 1977 Gainesville
MilestoneThe under two hard rains Saturday red and white 'strawberry"dresses .
first successful gasoline and Sunday afternoons and vest Saturday Mrs. Townsent Stricklandand Beta Sigma Phi Holds ConventionBeta I
tractor was built in 1892 but it didn deter the square. night when the dancers wore Mrs J,T. Prevail. Jr
dancers who simply moved to their club outfits. Several of greeted the guests at the door Sigma Phi sisters allover cepted. During the luncheon
another area in the huge the Slarke dancers said they Mrs. Randy Joyner kept the 4 the state of Florida held past Girls d the Year were
Denmarks Furniture Company arena. had one of the largest club bride's book. 1 their State Convention May 13, honored,
AI and Marge. Cari<.le contingents at the convention. The bride's table was 1 14. and 15 in Tampa At the formal evening
.. ',,'JIt1ght; Rfta.. covered with a white satin Cherie Cox Keystone banquet, convention truest
Father3s Set TIm Sunday cloth and centered by a three 1 Heights; member of Xi Iota from the International office
Day Sale tiered wedding cake topped I Delta Exemplar,Starke: Ellie Vivian Augubnghl.!,! made a
The Wainright family June 5 at Juniper Springs.Hlgh.ay with a bride and groom. The Jenkins Alpha Beta Exem- short speech before the Girls
reunion, descendants of 40. East of Silver bridal attendants arranged 1 plar Precepter.: and husband of the Year were announced.
Edward >edi I Wainwnght' Springs their in front of the
bouquets Dana Gainesville attended
A nightclub act was next on
and !Neanan Cone Wain- Covered dish lunch at 1 p,m. cake. Mrs. Bob Patterson and "La Fiesta" started
wneht will be held Sunday.. on the agenda!,! followed by a
Mrs Sidney Jackson cut the Friday evening with sisters band for dancing In the ballroom -
cake. Mrs. Charles Darby and husbands dressed in ,
SHRIMP t Good assisted in serving Spanish costumes for a buffet Sunday morning before the
q. Tnura June 2 The two punch tables were dinner. Following the dinner a conclusion of the convention,
=SPECIALS.r June covered with white satin fashion show of authentic the Order of the Rose was conferred
4, 1977 cloths and centered with Spanish costumes was' pre. ( upon girls being
crystal punch bowls encircled sented These costumes being sorority members for fourteen
LARGE-HEAD ONO with greenery and white furnished and modeled by years or more, followed by a
daisies. Presiding at thefMEBRADFORD members of the Tampa memorial service: for sisters

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? Shrine Dinner, ParadeSet Xi Iota Delta Sorority Hold DinnerMeetingThe

ee j jt Xi Iota Delta Chapter of ground for the formal candlelight licate as mementos of the
I 1{ SaturdayThe Beta Sigma Phi met for its ceremony conducted by occasion.
last monthly meeting at the President Connie Best. During the meeting following -
annual chicken dinner immediately following the home of Marie Wynn for a Linda and Beth, both received the ceremony, plansfor
sponsored by the Starke parade. Dinners will be $2 dinner-meeting Tuesday a yellow rose bud in a the coming year were pre- p
Shrine Club is on tap Satur- each. Take out orders will be evening May 17. crystal bud vase, a sorority sented. Also perfect attendance
day. June 4, with proceeds available After the dinner the pin badge and a framed cert awards were pre-
going to help operate the 19 Door prizes will be awar- Exemplar Ritual was con- sented to Connie Best Cherie

crippled children's hospitalsand ded.The ferred upon Linda Bowen of Cox, Barbara Patray and e
three burn institutes parade will form In the Starke and Beth Waters of New Residents Brenda Slade.
owned by the Shriners. parking lot of the Florida Lawtey progressing from the The executive (board met fora
Bank of Starke, proceed following -
up short time immediately
The event will be kicked off Walnut Street to Call Street, Ritual Gamma of Theta.Jewels degree, Honored At Tea the business meeting.
with a colorful parade through go west on Call Street to US-
The and white
downtown Starke at : .m. :301 (Temple Avenue), then gold Mrs. Klert Sundusadee \
Saturday. The dinner will be proceed north on the 4-laned Exemplar degree colors were entertained at a Thai Tea last Methodist Youth
used the backBIRTHS
served at Starke Elementary :301 to Washington Street, then in providing Wednesday morning at her .
School.on Washington Street to the school cafeteria. home on SR-301 to introduceMrs. Have Swim Party
S. Sarnt a new resident to

Faulk ComplimentedAt Starke. Fifteen members and
Jeannie
The tea table held a woven friends of the Methodist Youth
center cloth and was centered Fellowship had a swim party
i. f :'i Bridal Shower Mr. and Mrs. Amos Beutkeof with an arrangement of Sunday afternoon at the home

., t __ __ ____ _, ___, ___ ____ __,_._, _.._ Alachua announce the birthof yellow and gold daisies, of Mr. and Mrs. Randy Johnson
Miss Jeannie Faulk, whose candelabra entwined with ivy, carnations, mums, day lilies Kingsley Lake. '
Ann
a daughter Allyson ,
New officers installed by the local Business and Professional Women's Club last Wednesday marriage to Vic Nettles, was yellow roses and Shasta born May 9. Paternal grand- and baby's breath. The group enjoyed swim
jnight., May 25 were (l-r): an event of May 28, was daisies. are the late Mr and Thailand tea and Thailand ming, skiing and boating
.'ront-1\Iissl.aun-1 Barton, district director, Jacksonville; !Mrs. Bee Kimmons second vice- honored at a bridal shower Mrs. Haves poured punch at parents Mrs. Fred L. Beutke of food was served. Mrs. Curtis before refreshments were
.president; Miss Delia Rosenberg,secretary,and Mrs.Sonia Camp, president. Tuesday night, May 24, givenby a table covered with a white Alachua. Maternal Sanders assisted in serving. served.
grand-
Back row- Mrs.Sarah Nicholl,state program chairman, Jacksonville; Mrs. Lucille Shuford, Mrs. A.C. Basford Mrs. lace cloth and centered with a parents are Mr. and Mrs.JohnR. Twenty guests stopped by to Chaperoning the group were
.treasurer, and Mrs. Faye Bowman, first vlce- resldent. E.W, Hayes, Mrs Ray Miller, crystal punch bowl. Williams of Brooker and meet Mrs. Sarnt during the Oleeta and Don Hardenbrookand
Mrs. Clayton Strickland andMrs. Mrs. Basford wrote a book, the late M.D. Harrell of tea hours 10 a.m. and 12 noon. Dottie and Ken Booher.
BPW Club Hold Installation Dinner May 26 Tom Nail at the home of "This Is Your Life" and presented Brooker Great grandparentsare
the jatter on Kingsley Lake.A it to the honoree. The Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Eddy
Sonia Camp was installed yellow and white color hostesses!; also presented Miss of Palatka and Mrs. Eva
president of the Business and motif was carried out in the Faulk with two serving piecesto Harrell of Brooker. DOGWOOD TREES $1
Professional Women's Club of decorations. The refreshment her china pattern as a
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Starke at their dinner-meeting table was covered with a memento of the occasion. '
Mr. and Mrs. Donald E.
Thursday evening, May 26, at white organza cloth with Games were played during
YOUNG TREES
Carter and big sister Amy Jo, THESE ARE 2-3 FEET
the Chamber of Commerce.A yellow liner and was centered the party hours and refresh- the birth of baby
announce a
delicious salad supperwas with a five branch silver ments served. 'girl, Heather Colleen. Born HIGH THAT WILL MAKE FINE TREES

!served followed by an May 22, 1977, weighing 8 '
installation ceremony given Maxie Carters Jr. Hold pounds, 6 ounces at Alachua WITH A LITTLE CARE.BEHR'S .
l h\ laurel Barton district
General in Gainesville.
three director. She installedthe Rehearsal Dinner May 26 Paternal
grandparents are = TREE FARM=
following officers to serve Mr. and Mrs. C.F. (Bub)
with Mrs. Camp: Faye Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Carter home. Carter of Lawtey, and the late
Mow man, first vice-president; Jr. entertained at a dinner The 22 guests sat at card Mrs. Myrtice Nichols. 2 And 3/10 Miles North Of Lawtey On Highway 30 1
Hen Kimmons, second vice- r party last Thursday night for tables which were centered t
president: Della Rosenberg Jeannie Faulk and Vic Nettles with gardenia arrangements.The ,
secretary: and Lucille following the couple's wed- head table was centered '
Shuford. treasurer. Ms. ding rehearsal. with an arrangement of !/i' ... f..
U.i rIon presented! each new The dinner was held at the hydrangeas. ''' 'A'@) ;;::::;- ...07... .officer with a "guardian I \ Y'M'7, / 1 \, .
angl'!" to help her performher Hazen, Davis Honoredat f' '"

coming'guardian duties year.angel"throughout Mrs will Camp's go well the w M I't' Rehearsal DinnerMiss Ii 1 I Of Starke J \

with the string of "worry Ruth Hazen and her The E shaped tables were h
In'uds" she had received at fiance, Harold Davis, were covered with white cloths with
the recent quarterly district honored at a dinner, following greenery down the center of
three meeting held in their wedding rehearsal, the tables, interspersed with DAILY NOON oUEl!! $2.25 fl %

iiksonville w hen she was installed Thursday evening, given by white mums and gardenias. 11:00: am. 2> '
as corresponding Mr. and Mrs.BasilDavis On the honored couple'stable ;j
kfj at the Starke was an arrangement of ,
secietary for the district. } BUFFET
SUNDAY
Lillian Pearson outgoing Country Club.ChORUS. spring flowers in pastel $2. 75 -
shades flanked on either side
president, welcomed the 11:00: a.m. 2:00: pm.you \t; 1 1z :
silver candlelabra with
by
guests: and presented gifts to .-, .. -- j..0- MEMBERS \ ' laurel barton and Sara burning blue tapers. .,-
Nicholls, State Kathy Teston. daughter of !Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Teston of VISIT DISNEY WORLD Dinner guests were: Mr. \ :
program
chairman with thanks for Liwtey; was awarded the annual scholarship of the Business 85 members of the Bradford and Mrs. Jack Hazen, Mrs. mtktJ for it '
their, help during the past year and Professional Women's Club. High School and Middle Charles Darby, Mrs. George ***SEAFOOD***. \\/j
.ind also to her club officers as Presenting the U.S. Savings Bond toIlss: Teston is Miss School chorus went to Disney Canova, Mr. and Mrs. Carl ,
lemcmbrances of her Delia @menberg.The presentation was made Wednesday night, World Saturday.The Williams, Greg Douglas, FRIDAY NITS /5:30 \
appreciation i
two school buses left Cindy Canova, Eoline Green, PLATTER 9 > :
for their efforts during :May 25 at the BPW meeting in the Chamber of Commerce office. 69
that time.Kathy Starke at 7:30: am. and re- Kitty Hazen, Hjalmar Mc : 9:00: p.m 1,
turned at 1:30 a.m. Sunday Millan, Lynn Pierce, Cee Cee \
Teston, a business :Miss Teston received the award as the outstanding business morning. Jackson, Billy Bell, Connie '."
-ludent at Bradford High education student at Bradford high She is also a varsity Aceom )aning the group Kim ..4
Dyal, Rodney Griffis
School was presented a cheerleader, a C'ivlnette, a member of the Honor Society, and amember were Bill McRae, director, Tenly Terrell Davis and Lisa JJ.r. J.L..y .H.J.Jr Orr ..t.rr'e L.a, & Sa/ Zvi:>:It.
the of
pt'l'iaard in form a of the Club.
Pep Mrs. Frances Luke, Mrs. Dupree.
bond h t > I Delia Rosenberg
Annie Hall, Mrs. Gary
:New'; incoming officers have Shana Schmitt Celebrates 5th Birthday Stephens and Mrs. Dorothy
Irene a..I..1| 1 to meet on June 9 Salazar.,
.if-7no;: ,r m. lor a planning I

meeting. her Shana fifth Schmitt birthday celebrated Saturday }( I

!May 28. with a birthday partyat ISrTV-S] I O****'4>
Ruth Hazen the home of her parents j''I

Given Luncheon !Mr and Mrs Charles Schmitt. 'I
The party was held in the
yard with the theme "Hap- I
SaturdayMiss piness Is 1-10wers" carried out ,
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in the decorations of flowers, r .
: Hulh lla/en was the streamers and butterflies in Q AN
honoree at a bridesmaid yellow, green and blue. trAMPs
luncheon last, Friday noon The birthday cake was
held at the home of Mrs. Carl decorated as a flower garden
Hurst un Searing Street topped with a love scene I
Hostesses with Mrs. Hurst centerpiece. The cake was
were 1\1I's.l..au'rn Outlaw Sr.. served with limeade and lime The time oil, use aQUAKER
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Carl T. Edwards To Celebrate ---- --..*..
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25th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs Charles Mr. and Mn J,B. Bakken Marguerite Hall
Mrs. Elise Hansen, Mrs. ty
Hardy, Mrs. R.W Milner. Jr Mr. and Mrs Joey Bakken when the second Tuesday of
and Mr. and Mm. Alvonia Summerlm, and Mrs. which kept the residents In the afternoon we have the
and Mr and Mrs. Charles Don Har- month roll around.
Mr arid Mrs. Carl the The each They
T. Edwards Hostesses\ for receptionwill denbrook Iona Anderson attended the At the conclusionof ever faithful visitors from
Francis and family visited were camping at captivated. almost be sure the ladies
will be honored of the with can
with a be the daughters Steiahatchee Homecoming of the First the Mrs.Jona Park of the Palms
25th: wedding anniversary Edwards Mrs Linda Bennett Mrs. Hardy's mother Mrs weekend. during the Baptist Church of Hampton on program a beautiful) chalk preaching and beautiful from the Helen Masters Circle
presented
teception this Sunday June S, and Mrs. Sandra Hazen. G.E. McCauley in Palatka on May 15. Miss Wilma drawing that she had done depicting singing, which we" all love and of the First Baptist Church
from 2.5 p,m. at the Edwards Everyone is invited to attend Saturday on her 80th birthday Steve Denmark and Mr. and Alexander went to the JOOth the Calvary to the look forward to.However due will) be coming in with their
home in Brooker S,G. Celebration Homecoming at and many favorite ice cream. Strawberry
Mrs
Mrs Homer Lewis of Denmark had as Starke Nursing Home. to the summer Mrs. Thelma
weekend visitors' Mr. and the First Baptist Church Folkston. Ga.
was Sunday and Mrs. Mamie
Jack Hazen Celebrate visitor of Mrs.L.N Pickering Mrs. John Bryan H V. Saxon Starke. Connie St. Clair and Mrs. back to visit until the fall.We'll Jennings and their friends
and Miss Sue Towery Alexander of Keystone them and eagerly DuPre
I Morris of Marjorie Packham of the miss
25th Anniversary Mr and Mrs. V.J. Spengler Pompano Beach Mr. and Heights has a birthdayon Hope Baptist Church of await their return. make the this residents.a special Tuesday
for
spent Sunday and Monday in Mrs. Ed Richardson, :Air. and June 20 Mrs. Elise Hansen Theressa presented a The residents seem to know

Mr and Mrs Jack Hazen cloths were used on the six Tampa on their 13th wedding Mrs. Tom Netrley and Mr. was honored with a birthday delightful Gospel Puppet
celebrated their 25tb: weddinganniversary dining tables which were centered anniversary and Mrs. B.Y. Saxon and dinner Restaurant at the in Homestead Show. The residents were' so New Tax Credit For Elderly 1
of Keystone
families
with small Melbourne and Mr. involved with the puppets they
Sunday -
a dinner party given eveningat by uf spring Dowers arrangements Mr and Mrs. George Flynn and Mrs. of M J. Sanderson anddaughter daughter Heights on and May son-in-law 24 by Mr.her joined in with the show and The Internal Revenue $2.000 can only figure their

their children Miss Kitty In the dining room a three- Jr and daughter, Neva Mrs. Tallahassee and Mrs. Henry Kromberg of enjoyed the songs that were Service reminds Floridiansthat credit on 15 percent of $500(

Hazen Mr and Mrs Eddy tiered' wedding cake topped George Flynn, Sr. and Mrs. and Jacksonville.She was 87 sung. the new tax credit for the 2.500 minus 52.0001.
Hazen Mr and Mrs. Randy with a silver 25 and love birds Fred Field of Tampa returned Mr. Mrs. TA. Casey old. years We welcome Bernard and will benefit many of Another restriction on the
Joyner and Mr and Mrs centered the dining room Monday from six days sightseeing Jr. and family camped at St. Many lady residents en- Joanne Huffi.tgton. owners of elderly the state's taxpayers who are credit is the ceiling for total
Harold DavIs. table. Cake and punch were and attended son Augustine Beach over the the The Pastry Shop to our area. of and older. income-$7.500 for single
weekend.' joyed pea shelling party 65 age
The: dinner was held on the served from this table. Reggie's graduation May 29! we had on Tuesday. They We thank them for their To years be eligible forthe, credit persons, and $10,000 for a

porch overlooking the pool of The 24 attending included from Samford University. Carlton Faulk of shelled one bushel of black- thoughtfulness and many in addition to being at least 65 couple, the IRS pointed out.
the Hazen home on W members of the family and a Birmingham. Ala Troy State in minutes kindnesses to our residents.We individuals must When income is above the
Brownlee road Red linen few close friends College was home Thursday to eyes forty-five ,also, want to welcome our years of age. residents ceiling the amount on which
Cake and ice cream was en- be U.S. citizens or
Mrs. Curtis Sanders and Monday.Mrs. all. new residents Mrs. Sarah have income the credit is figured is reduced
joyed by and
Mrs LH Jennings attendedthe The residents have enjoyedtwo Dicks. Mrs. Gladys C. Edwards Depending on the amount of by $1 00) for every $2,00 above
I p"Onal L.A. Canova attendedher
FFWC district workshopat roost unusual and Miss Eula Norman, both earned and the limit.
grandson Steve Canova'sgraduation evangeliststhis income,
Riverside Woman's Club all of Starke. Also a welcometo muchas
Mrs George W Brown was Mr and Mrs Marian last FridayMr. from Orange Park past week. On Friday our new Director of Nursing retirement income, as for if had
of J2.500 For example couple
20, Mr. of
May Walley Jonas 15 percent
in North; Florida Regional of Orlando visited High School Tuesday night. Mrs. Lucille Milner
Es-kridge the First Baptist Church of single persons ($3.750 for income totaling $12.000, their
Hospital Thursday to Mr and Mrs Homer Stearns and Mrs Mark Duckpond. Wednesday: a day of great filing joint returns maximum credit would be 15
Rev. and Mrs, iV.J. Middleburg pre couples
Saturday for observation and for residents.On .
Hamilton and children of fellowship our
on Sunday of Callahan and sented a Gospel Magic Show, here both are over 65))can be percent of 52750. First the
trea tmt'nL Ragsdale
the
and Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday mornings
Tampa bill income
credited toward the tax $10,000 ceiling wouldbe
"" Harry G Jyard, L.M Gary Hamilton of Atlanta Mrs. L.D. Vining of Starke faithful visitors from the to the IRS. subtracted (from the$12,0(10
according
Brinson
Miss Sue of Gillyard and Lewis lnghram spent the weekend with their were Saturday dinner guests Church of Christ come to visit and received
Social Security income
Jat'ksonvill'isltt'd her uncle Mr and Mrs S.W. of Mr and Mrs. Leo Cham : and minister. Brother Sam giving
of Jacksonville were last parents. b.J'Y--K- Railroad Retirement benefits: $2.000. Half of the $2.000. or
and aunt. Sen, and Mrs visitors of Mr. and Hamilton pion. Brown, Mrs. Ann McCrary
Tuesday reduce the amount on which" $1,000, would then be sub-
Charley Johns on Monday Mrs Tulhe Norman. Mrs. Howard Brown, Sr. d Mrs. Doris Rhoden, Mr. and dollar for
the credit is figured tracted from $3,750. to leave
Walter Shaffer of Mount
Mr and Mrs. W.H Green DanielsviUe Ga. is spending Mrs.Jack Bell. Mrs. Carolyn
which the
Mr and Mrs Marc Jackson Dora visited his sister, Mrs. ten daII'ith her Bell and Mr. Morris dollar For instance, single the $2,750 on 15 per.
Mrs Myrwin J. Long has and family of Tallahassee son and Johnny who receive Social cent credit is figured the IRS
and family visited her had as visitors Mr and Mrs. visited his mother Mrs. Lex Gladys Weldon. on Sunday family Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. make our day a brighter one. persons benefits totaling said.
parents. Mr and Mrs H.E Bill Long of Gainesville and Green over the weekend. afternoon. Brown. Security

smith in WUhston on Sunday Mr and Mrs Fred Pardee of I ,- .._.._,_ ,_ .. ,_,. ."v.., ,, ,t"" < "- .c".J.f:...!:: .,,/.7. _', :y,<:r"V

terncion Wilmington. Dela last <> "i '.W"i' ),,,, ,, ,, ,' "" ,, .",,_, o. ,.._ .;'",. ,' ,,,,.,,: ,t.i" ,,;," :',
Friday Mrs. J.C Vining of
Mrs Myrtle Anderson and Palatka on Tuesday and Mrs.
grandson, Eddie Schwab of Bess Burns of Jacksonville on

with Gainesville" Mr and spent Mrs the weekend Edward "ednesday < TG&Y< > SHOP NOW

Schw ab at Merrill Island Mr. and Mrs Carl Mathewshad -
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as Sunday guests Mr and
Mr and Mrs Charles Mrs Bruce Mathews and
Me>ers and daughter of family of Maitland Mr and
Atlanta and Mr and Mrs of for
Mrs. T.I Breazealle High
Richard Reed of Fort and Mrs Homer
Springs G
Lauderdale were weekend Ga. tt centers -
Lewis of Folkston. They family
guests of Mr and Mrs A.S celebrated the birthdays of 'I
,
Harrison. Bruce and son. Gene who was

Mrs W,F Herlong of Starke 15 JJIIB"S DAL' (

and Mrs Corrine Pun-is of Mrs. Ewell Lawson visited

Gainesville attended the her niece Mrs Ruth Pauli. a
funeral uf their sister Mrs. patient in Memorial Hospital
E\a Hunter at Fort White on Ga
Savannah.
ID recently:
Friday

Mr and Mrs Charles LEW'S 1 H.P. NYLON
Sen andMrsC'harle'Johnsattendtd Parker and family of Miami
the homecoming at were weekend guests of Mrs. WOODEN OSCILLATING

the First Baptist Church in Carolyn Redgrave and familyMr SPEED ROCKWELLCIRCULAR MESH
Waldo on Sunday :

and Mrs. HA. Lawson GARDEN
Local admittances to visited relatives in Live Oak.
Bradford County Hospital this Tallahassee and Panama City STICK. JOGGER .
week, include Kenneth l last Monday to Fnday FENCE FAN
Palmer. III. Mrs Clara

Cohens. Mrs Gertrude Mr and Mrs Franklin 25"' ROD SAW SHOES ,
No. 12743
Haisten. Mrs Sarah Kitch of Gainesville and Mrs 2' I
Strickland Mrs Inez A Eve Gorman and Mrs. Helen r
Davis. Mrs. Jessie Taylor. Minnette of West Palm Beach
Tammy Muirnw,.:.C.J, Beck. were Sunday guests of Mr.
Mrs Pennie CorbiU, LonrueTet and Mrs. Douglas Hardy $08,8 w 88
stone, Mrs. Jurutha t $18'8:8: $1288MEI'

DeSha Joe M. Griffis. Mrs Bud Lawson of Marion. N,C
Isabella Lee and Mrs Mildred !spent the weekend with his
Cuttino. Starke; D,E James parents. Mr and Mrs H.A w
of Hampton. Clifton Carter of Lawson
Maxville Mrs Maggie

Middleton of Putnam Hall; EL Matthews and grandson

Mrs Dorothy Hiltbrunner ofHawthorne. Kevin Miller attendedthe ENDICOTT $
Mrs Pamela K Spring Convention of the M MEN'S 6 WAY COMPLETE

Homer of Keystone Heights; Florida Press Association at JOHNSON SELECTION OF
Mrs Mary B. Cnssman Sam Cocoa Beach last weekend. On QUARTZ VINYLLOUNGE
Rawhns Wilbur W Rogersand Sunday they were dinner ,
Mrs Addie Rhoden of guests of Mr Matthews MEN'S FATHER'SDAY

Haiford Mrs Joyce Tetstoneof sister. Mrs H.B McLendon.
Brooker. Mrs Garcie in Orlando. TIMEX SHIRTS

Harley of La..tt"y"I ,. ,

H of Brun- Mr and Mrs Eugene Y
Sheppard 100 % CHAIR
sw" ick. Ga visited his mother Frensley of Goodlettsville LOAFERS WATCHES CARDS
Mrs Kate Sheppard on Tenn were weekend guests of: Polyester
TuesdayMrs Mr. and Mrs. J E. Hardy


J S Shuford was a Rev and Mrs. George L 99BrownTartBlue
Harper Jr. of Lumberton, 88:
patient in Baptist HOopltallast
last week with his
N.C spent $4995
Sundav to Thursday for observation $1188
and treatmentMr parents. Rev and Mrs 'Forget MeNot"
George L. Harper. Sr Mrs.Harpe1' .
Jr. will be ordained
and Mrs Wendell Ware
as a deacon at the United
uf Sherman Oaks. Calif and
Methodist North Carolina
!Mrs! Ware. Sr of Jacksonville
Conference in Fayetteville,
Beach were last Saturday
N C. on June 6 and will be a
guests of Mr and Mrs F.W,
StricklandMrs probationary member for two McCULLOCH

years. 3/8 INCH HEAVY DUTY
J K Kite visited : No. 8051 POLORON
Mrs Mel Garcia has
relatives in Pelham. Ga over CHAINSAW
the weekend.Mrs returned from six weeks MASTER CHEF HIRSHSHELVING
vacation in California visitingher ICE

Mike Sistrunk and son-in-law and daughter
daughters of Indianola Miss Mr. and Mrs. Lance Van Allen SMOKERGRILL DECKERDRILL
are visiting her parents. Mr (the former Vivian Garcia) CHEST &
and
children
and Corey
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and Mrs. Scoggins for No.
all toured
three weeks Stacey They

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Redwood
!Mr and Mrs Eldon Sapp country. Big
were Sunday dinner guests of Monterey Peninsula Mrs
!Mr and Mrs Dewey Warrenin Garcia also visited friends in

Jacksonville Tahoe Sacramento.and points Calif of interest Lake in $3388 $988 88 $1088

Mr and
Mrs Harry Lent of Nevada. On May 10
Mrs Van Allen and childrenleft
Jacksonville !spent!' last
l for Yokosuka Japan
Wednesday to Sunday with'
her brother-in-law and sister. where they will spend the next
three years. Mr Van Allen is
Mr and Mrs Bill SessionsMr
with the US Navy.
..' Laura and Beth Goldwire d
and Mrs .. .M Ateng
and daughter, Dana, of St.Petersburg Ocala spent Friday to Sunday WINCHESTER 4O. Channel BRISTISHSTERLING
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in Slarke and Mr and Mrs Their parents. Mr and Mrs. 2* Caliber MIDLANDRADIO ;
Jlike Goldwire. came for 800 WATT
Paul Meng at Hampton Lake LEVER
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LAWTEYBy Thursday and Friday. While Boyette. on Sunday. Also i
IIIUHCII ACTIVITIES of present wereMr
and John Morris Thursday overnight guest
Mrs.
Mr. his and there they drove to Lakeland Mrs. Pierce Crews visited and! Mrs. II.C. Crews ;m<1
Ind. son daughter-in-law,
and Debbie of Rockville to Judge and Mrs. Marvin her brother-in-law, Waldo Mrs. Hilda t
t'hurch of God and see Joy. Woodard and
-Sunday and will Mr. Mrs. Keggie Norman
arrived
Saturday Elizabeth
School 10 a.m.; Worship Ser their on vacation with of Gulf Hammock.Mrs. Terry Wood. From Lakeland theywent Pringle, in Union County children of Largo. :Mr. and
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; spend their parents Mr. and Mrs., George Shuford visited Phone 782-XIliO: to Orlando and then Hospital in Lake Butler on Mrs. Tommy Clayton mill sun, (
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Hubert Priest, and Lamar. her aunt, Mrs O.J. Phillips on Mr. and Mrs J.F. Robertson, weekend with his uncle and home, Thursday and Friday. Tom and Mrs Inez Tit-Ion of\
7:30: p.m.; YPE Friday at7:30: Jimmy Eunice of Atlanta Saturday. to spend the weekend with aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Mrs. Pierce Crews attended Mrs. John Tye visited her Jacksonville, Mrs. Annette .'
homecoming at First niece, Mrs Paul Ray and her Crews of Keystone Heights. :
p.m. Ga spent Monday and Cecil Whitehead visited Mr. their brother-in-law and Stanley, of Crescent City.
Evergreen Baptist- Tuesday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt on sister, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mrs. Lavon Wilkison and Christian Church of Starke on new baby, Angela Dinnne, in M
Sunday School 10 a.m.; Wor and Mrs. Harold Eunice, and Friday afternoon Other Phelps, and other sisters in children were Sunday dinner Sunday University Hospital of Mrs. Arlene demons anal I
ship Services 11 am. and 7 other relatives. guests were their son, J.C Enterprise, Ala. On their way guests of her In-laws, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore Jacksonville. Her son and children of .llvilbronn Springs:( :
p.m.; T.U.! 6 pm.; Prayer Friends of Mrs. Debbie Prevatt, Jr., of Gainesvilleand home they will visit their Mrs: BL Wilkison. Other were Sunday afternoon guestsof daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. The occasion was her TIM, '
Meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. Wood, daughter of Mr. and Jackson Prevatt of Starke brother and sister-in-law, Mr. guests were their son-in law their son-in-law and John Tye, and Mrs. Tommy birthday. During the lifter I*
Faith Baptist Radio Mrs. Manuel Stephens of who were their Thursday and Mrs. Wilson Robertson, and daughter/ Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Seth Talley visited them also. noon they served cake ;tuxlsee' H
Program on WPXE 8 a.m. Starke, regret to learn that dinner guests.Mr. and family of Niceville, Fla. R.W. Edwards of Jacksonville Andrews and family, of Mrs. Cecil Wade of Tampa cream for refreshments Slw .
Sunday; Bible School 10 a.m.; she is a surgical patient in and Mrs. Gene Pearson Their daughter, Mrs. Edith and Freddie Wilkison, a Wildwood.Mrs. and Mrs. Pearl Boyer of Fairfield received many lovely n\f\\ \*. !
Worship Services 11 a.m and University Hospital, Jackson spent their vacation at Swinney, will keep the home Merchant Seaman, spent Tim Wilkerson and spent Memorial Day and All of them enjoyed a wiiixk-i
7:30:: p.m.; Prayer Meeting ville, resulting from a wreck. Panama City Beach. While fires burning until they arrive Sunday with his parents. children, Mrs. Mary Norman night with MP. and! Mrs. Fred lul lime together.Mr. .
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Our prayers are with her. there they drove over to Fort back home. Mr and Mrs. Donald and son, and Mrs. Jimmy Mcx>re.Mr. .
Grace United Methodist Mike Crapse, Mr. and Mrs. Walton Beach. They drove to Mrs. Pierce Crews and her Wilkison spent three days with Dean Manning and children, and Mrs. 11C. Crews!
Sunday School 945;: a.m.; Charles Starling and family, St.Augustine Beach on Friday niece, Mrs. W.F. Atwood, their uncle and aunt Mr. and were Sunday dinner guests of and Joy of Clearwater were and Mrs. Larry Norms
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs. Edward Griffis and and visited their brother-in- were business visitors in Mrs. Bruce Garrison, of Hock their parents Mr. and Mrs. Saturday overnight guests of mill daughter, Hhonda, aid!
7:30: () p.m. ; Choir Practice 7 children, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville on Thursday. Hill, S.C. who are visiting in Willard Browning of Samson their mother Mrs C.H their mother, Mrs. Ola
I lake and enjoyed C'rews. Her children and families -
pm., MYF. 7:45: p.m. Wed- Hardee and family, Mr. and Stanley Fedak, who are Mr. and Mrs. James Waters Daytona Beach. swimmingin Starling were Saturda
nesday night. Mrs. Ricky Taylor and son all spending several weeks over visited their cousins, Mr. and Col.! and Mrs. William the afternoon. gave her 11 surprise birth dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Next will be the last Wilson went to Patrick Air Miss Barbara Denckowskeyof day party at the home of her
Sunday gathered at the home of their there. Mrs Barney LaFetra, of Andy Harvey and son and
preaching service for the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mrs. Lenora Swindell and Valdosta, Ga. on Sunday Force Base with a Civilian Hampton was a Sunday son-in-law und. daughter. Mr Jerri Starling of Perry.
present pastor. They have just Hardee, and family Friday sons took her grandparents, Barry Lee Watts spent the Military Organization on dinner guest of Miss Cheryl and Mrs.'a.11 Boalnghf

returned from Conference and night for a family get togetherand ---
had a good Conference and meal.The occasion was to
\\onderfulspirit. Mr. and Mrs. celebratetheir dad's bir
llcrmie Kelly represented the thday. /
church as delegates from this Mr.arid Mrs. Harold Eunice
church. Kev. and Mrs. W.C. visited t their cousin, Mrs
Wright and daughter will Morris Bell of Maxville, on
arrive on June 8 and he will Wednesday morning.Mrs. .
preach his first sermon on HubertPriestand Mrs.
June 12. A warm and cordial Truby Wainwright visited her'
welcome is expected to be sister, Mrs. Maude Rowe, and
given to Rev Wright and Miss Enza Blanchard at FOOD
lunnly. Baker County Nursing Home,
Highland Baptist SundayS at Macclenny on Tuesday
huoll0 a.m.; Worship Serf afternoon.Mr. .
tiers t 11 a.m. and 7 P.nv, and Mrs. Oscar Vanzantof
I'rayerMeeting Wednesday/at Callahan were Saturday
J" 7:30:: p.m. supper guests of their brother PROUDLY PRESENTSSUPERMARKETS
Laura Baptist Sunday and sister-in-law, Mr. and
School 10 a.m.; Wop hip Services Mrs. Cecil Hardee.
11 am. and-7:30: p.m.; Scott Tinsler of Mount
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Juliett, Tenn. is spending two FA I R
7-3(1:: ( pm weeks with his parents, Mr
.'IOor.anlllde Baptist and Mrs. Lester Walker, and
Sunday School 10 a.m. ; family. I ItD
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Billy Anders, Mrs. O.J.
7 p.m.: Prayer Meeting at 7 Anders, and Mrs. Nellie
l>.m. Parrish of Maxville, were
St. John's Missionary! Friday dinner guests of their
Baptist Sunday School 10a sister, Mrs. Hester Hicks. All
in : Worship Services 11 of them were guests of Mrs.
a.m. and 3 p.m. on Second and Anders during the afternoon.
Fourth Sundays; Prayer Band Tammy and Tommy Barnes
Mondays at noon. attended Marvin Norman's
Smyrna :Missionary birthday party at the home of .
Baptist Sunday School 10a Mr and Mrs. Vaughan
m.. Worship Services 11 Prescott and family on
a im. and 7 p.m.; BTS 5:43: Kingsley Lake Saturday afternoon
p m. : Prayer Meeting .
Wednesday 7 p.m. Mrs. Maines Griffis and at
children of Palatka were
III xu'Ul'TIl: BASEBALL Sunday dinner guests of her
mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson
American and National and sister, Mrs. Daisy
League 2nd half: Boch. 1
:Monday. May 30, 5:45: Henry Hodges and children
l.awte Blue Dodgers, attended the Stock Car Racesat e "
Law ley. Tuesday. May 31, Lake City on Saturday A p I
5'4"i-. Angels! Law tey Gold. night. 1' tf
l.ciMtey. Wednesday, June 1, Mrs. Richard Chesser and ;.
.->'45; :Mots Law-ley Gold. children of Sanford spent the
Slarkv.; Thursday June 2, weekend with her parents
."):4". l.awtey Blue Pirates, Mr. and Mrs.. H.C. Harley. BY ANCHOR HOCKING I
Slat'ike.I ) Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey has, 1 .1
been transferred to Orange
I \nrt Boch ""'spent the' Park Hospital foe:therapy
weekend with his wife Mrs. treatments. Her soninlaw'and AT TREMENDOUSSAVINGS .. at
L>nn Boch. who is attending daughter, Mr. and Mrs. .5 I -
school in Atlanta. Ga. While D.It. Brown, and Cynthia visit
there they visited Six Flags her often. 'rr
(her Georgia, and several David McCulley is spendingsome 1
other places of interest.! time with his brotherinlaw -
:Mrs Bennett Green of and sister, Mr. and Mrs. I I
Superior Arizona {left for Scott Davies, of Washington,
home on Saturday after o C.
spending! aeck with her Fifteen friends of Marvin
brother! and sister-in-law, Mr. Norman attended a swimming
and Mrs. Harold Eunice: and party and get together on his
other relatives birthday at Kinglsey Lake
:Mrs. Paul Griff of Keystone Saturday. They enjoyed hot
Heights spent Saturday dogs and Pepsi for refresh ( .T. '
alternoon with her sister-in- ments. '
law. Mrs. C.H. Crews. Truman Norman was.a.
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Dolores Menu Heights were guests of the HAMPTON AREA NEWSbass big
Phone 46R-191S Jolly 60's of the Trinity the

Baptist Church on May 24. had disappeared from Lester. Mrs. Lola Williamson, Friday, with his sister, Mrs. the people in the area. ,
Senior Citizens They traveled to Jacksonvilleto the lake with last winter's mother of the bride-to-be and Rita Fancher, to visit relatives The majority of parents and '
ToMHtJune3 help celebrate their third freeze. He contacted the Mrs. Mabel McCullough, the and friends In Ohio. students seemed in favor of 11"I ,
The Hampton Senior Citizens anniversary.Among Commission who verified his groom elect's mother, were keeping children closer to "
Club has an interesting those attending suspicions by putting out three among honored guests. Relatives School News home another year. Some .
meeting planned for Friday, were: Director Dan Criswell check points. This Com- and friends present On May 26 when Super- parents were apprehensive
June Hall. 3, at 7 p.m. in the City and his wife Connie, Mrs. mission promised to restock enjoyed games and refresh- intendent of Schools Tom about the quality of education
Sarah Carter, Mrs. Elinor the lake with shad in the near ments of cake and punch Casey presented facts and being provided, stating that
Club Thirteen members of this Brown, Mrs. Francis future. served by Mrs. Marcia Woods figures toa large delegation of the advantages provided at .1
enjoyed May 25 at Silver Williamson, Joe and Vera The Lysle Williams family and Mrs Evelyn Bauldree students and parents at the Middle School such as '
Springs.They visited the Deer Oliver. The program con- noticed a quite friendly alli- The bride to be received a cut Hampton Elementary School music, industrial arts libraryand I MIKE MITCHELL 1
Ranch and strolled around the sisted of testimonies, music, gator near their dock recent- lery set as a hostess gift regarding cost of education of physical education programs
grounds viewing the beautiful prayer and a devotion. Lunch ly. They called the Fish and Beverly Meng spent the students here in comparisonwith should be provided to 1 VAR HElL LINCOLN MERCURY INC. *
birds and flowers. The glass was served to 210 people who Game Commission who have Memorial Day weekend with -other county schools Hampton students.At .
bottom boat ride was enjoyed the great Christian been seen searching for this Tim McLaughlin and family much interest was shown in the conclusion of the 2201 N. Main St. Gainesville Fla. I '
especially enjoyable. They fellowship. gator at night. Alligatorsseem in Orlando. She was celebrating ,, the matter of retaining the meeting Principal Connie ,
also appreciated the lunch atMcDonald's to be in abundance in the her !May 22 birthday at, seventh grade at Hampton Clark stated, "Somethinggood w JIll u I II..I I
in Ocala where HAMPTON: LAKECongratulations lake this year. the Rosie O'Grady Supper Elementary next school term. has happened'' tonight.We 372-4251 3724251More
they were presented with to Mrs. Miss Myrtice Williamson, Club where Bob Hope was also This meeting was attendedby all spent the evening f iII prtaBBil: j
honorary cards giving them a Frank Clark and Mrs. Tommy June bride-elect of Lynn being honored! School Board members talking about our children"
nice discount for future use. Clark who were successful in McCullough was honored at a Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meng and Arthur Gaskins, Pat Spengler, The Kindergarten class enjoyed Cars For More People I
The special discounts were collecting $156 toward the miscellaneous bridal showeron Dana spent the weekend J.T. Parrish and Vernon a field trip to Gaines-
given to Senior Citizens at American Cancer Society !May 19 at the home of visiting relatives and friends Parmenter. The board ville on May 25 when they Than Anyone Else i
various attractions fund. It took many individual Annette Bauldree, who was in the area.Tommy generally spoke in favor of visited the Santa Fe Com- T(
restaurants, beauty shops and contacts and donations to co-hostess with Mrs. Charlene Meng left on acting in.t. e best interest of munity College Zoo. They ....i
stores a re just some of the advantages make up this amount!
( of becoming a Senior The Florida Fish and Game
Citizen! Commision has been rather mm
busy on Hampton Lake 7
Jolly<< The Jolly 60's of the Friendship avid fisherman suspectedthat t
Bible Church in Keystone shad which help feed the FOOD


I COMMUNITYNEWS


by Elizabeth (..Walker Choir rehearsal 7 p.m. Young
Phone JMS-I-OUU: Junior Choir rehearsal
Tuesday 7 p.m.: Wednesday FAIR
NACPJIooT1: : :-. G 7:30: prayer meeting. Thursday
The monthly meeting of the 7 p.m. Bible Study.
NAACP will be held June 20 at Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -
Pleasant Grove Church at 8p.m. Worship 11 a.m. Com- <@
The agenda( will be the munion Service 3 p.m. .
order of business and a Mt. Moriah and Pleasant SUPERMARKETS
program. All interested Grove Parish have Rev. Willie
citizens and members are Stitt for a new conferenceyear.
invited to attend. '. <
Tuesday night 7:30: Prayer oM .._'__... .,. .. _. -- .. .....-,
American !Legion:News. meeting. Wednesday night ONLY DIFFERENCE
An American Legion 7:30: Choir rehearsal for the THE ,
Constitutional Conference was Senior Choir Sunday School
held Sunday at Crystal River. U:30:: !Morning Worship 11 a.m. CLIP THE.:: ,<". <
Commander Royal receivedthe Kbeneier Baptist Church: ; IS THE
following ribbons and Tuesday night 7:30-8:30: : Bible VALUABLECOUPONS :
citations: One early membership Study. Thursday night 7-8 :
ribbon two honor Prayer meeting. Sunday LOWER PRICE de
ribbons for 76-77 two citationsfor school 10 a.m.Iorning! -r.6
meritorius service, and a Worship 11 a m. B.T.U. 5 P m. ,
4th I District Commander Evening: service 6 p.m.
Special award trophy. Greater Freewill Baptist
Church: Thursday night WITHIN THIS v
l'll l'Jt11 NEWS i tonight) Story Hour. Friday
Greater Allen Chapel night Junior Choir rehearsal AD AND
A.M.E.: : Church Hev. H G .and. Usher No. 2. Dinners will 4OIJ Ole 38 ? OFF pPainttde
llcastie, pastor. Friday night be sold Irom the kitchen. .
7'M:: ) lovefeast service. Sunday Sunday School 9:30: Morning SAVE UP TO...
school Id a m.. Communion I 11 I Ia Service 11 a.m. Dinner will be I GALLON I
m. and 5 p.m. Visitors are served at 2:30.: Evening J Pantry Pride 5 LB BAG j Pantry PrideHALF I
always welcome. Service 0 p.m. I "
First Born Church, Tuesday God's Miracle and $8 59 I
47
SUGAR59\
Prayer Service 7-45 p.m. Deliverance: Service every \ CREAM ,.
Friday Tarrying Service 7'45. Tuesday and Thursday. .

Sunday School 10:30.:: Home Sunday School 10 a.m. Mor- L.'..(IMTM t.1t COUOT 410111! TMM.11.M I Y,1 p.1 f MO...MM MO*., jud tOtWCD 1 MQOMttt!." ".,......,O.11.I MM CI4TS d. I -VfCMMt,...M1 t1Y.11.!!_. .' MM i N,1 NMt 1 tOM Ii.V.*41...(. R tNl MM 1 rMMtt ILr "...........M..,......" d.
Mission 11-30: a.m. YPCW 6 ning Worship II a.m. Evening \
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pm Worship 6 p.m. Prayer Band
l'htl.IlIt'lphlllIls: londrY meeting 7:30.: Thursday ?
KapliM Church, Hev. V. G. ('raver Meeting 7:30.: Friday j i'Jli .
Maybrrrv pastor Youth Day. Bible Study 7:30: Sunday 5:30:
will IK observed beginning IIYPU Bargains in Grocery Ir I CLL ITtHt .MD MICI MOO T_'."'JU""yJ,.JH,U MID., JUW 1. LI77. UMTIT. .I|OMI1_"ISU D.

with Su, II.0001. :; 10 am.i _. ..:. ....;;...
COMPARE .
:Morning Worship II am Clt ....... ... w ro
Honorable/ I Klvie: S. Sanders
will spcilkmm' : .SI-UIIT. ;:1! COMPARE Onn..oa rwwl 1 I MM cw'<"'
Pin Tln> spi-iikt-r'' Lull| l IKMs.i : 1 .M.ro Sliced Carrotsl3/89C/ tiC
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Santa: Ke Community ('ulle I'. Pantry Pride Pears 4falls : a Trash Can Liners 19 .0-
Everyone is invited to attend.

Choir:Mt. Pisgah rehearsal A.M.K.: Wednesday: ('hurch. Fish have been seen at ocean Pantry I"'" Pride Sponges 41/ 1 16' Pantry Strawberry Preserves 99t 40'I.

7:30: p.m. Sunday School 10 depths of almost 7 miles. ...null nun. 'umi nw us i ii..< n n|t J sdt fddl PrideCATSUP
a m. Communion Service II Powder Drinks 03uiiOMIIMM ''oI

a.m. III.< rum, niM. tnt
Free('anan: Tuesday p.m.Pra'er Fabric Softener SAYE
Id l
I'slli-lp ouI'm EveryDayLowPrice
meeting, Wednesday 10lDishwasher
> iiurKcst. Foot .510511N HM aiu MM'n roe t
7:30: Tarrying Service 7 m. '
p 58 "
I <>rwiiiil\\ith Detergent
Friday Bible Study 7:31): ) .
Sunday School 10 a.mlor.! 1'ersonaltredhl.iuess. n fill IWTIT HIM O n d 1 14oz PANTRY PRIDE
ning Worship II I a m. Evening 1I.II..tl.I.IIII.. ( 111 its..... Aluminum Foil oa ll BOTTLECOMPARE
Worship 7:30.Pleasant:: POTATO CHIPS
!ail-li; :IE1 1DorwFood 6/89t
( ron: First and / iv
second Monday. Young Adult a ORDIP'N
Mill' HIM 11 4Nr' lid M "Itu UlCU

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GRADUATION DAY Vanilla Sugar Wafers 59C ">'
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Wafers 49 ''UT mi Hum nm
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PANTRY PRIDE Pantry Prid* PANTRY PRIDE PANTMV pmoe KRAFT
Mens &
Boys WESTERN SHIRTS Short 4
CANNEDDRINKS PORK & SAUERKRAUT WHITE MIXEDVEGETABLES D-D-Q
All Shirts In Store 25% Off Long Sleeve BEANS POTATOES SAUCE
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LADY WRANGLER PULLOVERS 20% Off 8 /*! Ia:4/'l: 4/l I si 4/l I 4/l 18 Ox. I Dtl./

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Asst. Colors BRAS

3 Styles Ladies & Teen COMPARE 1111 1 0.41 0011 ICY M.M11 1. Bargains in Frozen 1 Health & Beauty Aids COMPARE O::-.4.1 Iro110Y..To M.1
Peg '3 Ea ,INI rwin mil, 1 II W fM MMM IM1.1Instant .,
NOW Buy One Rice .. 49" 'to- COMPARE "'0:"" 1: ::COMPARE -:::::':. 'wro' Chocolate Cake 69 SAVE

2 PAIRS P Get One Macaroni I MI man ml & Cheese 4/M/ t11InIilrwTIr//15tY14rD.a1.5Ir ,1114 m MKU mi 69"

FOR $3" Free ,iui CM rum, n.. t Meat Pies 4/99c/ 10' { Herbal Shampoo 69e 20- 11 Butter M-..Mil Fudge Cake SAVE

Whole Beets 3/89/ 11' Macaroni&: Cheese 4/99/ 1's' I Pantry Pride Alcohol 4/M/ 1 32' Strawberry Cake 69 t,SAVEFREEIE3J

PURSESAsst. 'rw lu INIM Pride Waffles 6/M/ 74' 1111 IMIHH IMIUH M" ... - .....
BELTS EveryDayLowPrice fjy Pantry 1 Baby Shampoo 60 ,
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Styles 0acgg / >* 4 101 *M* '' 20Name % Off Fr tiMFri S-SCllh 59 1 10'1 Baby Powder ." $199 31' 1
Fabrics & Colors PANTRY PRIDE __ I
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Belts Topping "' 1 ci. id'S.'IW'MI'I- aat 41' 1
25 / Off I APPLESAUCE .
FREE Lettering Pantry **
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1 RACK LADIES SPORTSWEAR 40% Off PANTRY PRIDELEMONADE PANTRY PRIDE TOASTER .

Ms. Pioneer. Lady Lee, Wrangler, Cos Cob BABYSHAMPOO l 1
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BOOTS 25 % OFF LIQUIDDETERGENT
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Miss Flame Contest Organized By .J, w. r- .I.It i

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Theressa Volunteer Firemen 1 .


, A "Miss Flame" contest partment representatives.The A "Miss Flame" committee in addition to
money selling
organized
by the Theressa : .
'
Volunteer Fire contestants entered up consisting of Percy Sullivan chances on the grill Hersey y
I began last week Department to raise Tammy to this point Baldree are: Terri Tressie Bailey Jr., Dewitt Hersey Merle said but must have the approval en rKI IJ' I >
money for the organizationand Baldree Packham Jr., and Jimmy of the Individual .I
offer supporters a chance Charlene Beam,' Saunders will make the final member of the fire depart-

, to win a gas grill said de. and Tammy Dora Hersey Trlest.Linda Jones Theressa approval of area girls living who in will the contestant.ment who Is sponsoring. that

compete for the Miss Flame Deadline for !the girls to
I CLAY ELECTRIC title.The raise money is 5 p.m. June 30.
Theressa Fire Department The crowning/ of Miss Flame
& has purchased a will be July 1 at 5 p.m. at the
! gas grill with regulator and Theressa Community Mouse
PLUMBING SUPPLY tank from Sawyer-Slade Gas followed by gospel singing. j
, Co. and the contestants will "The people of Bradford
i i | loll RlandingBlvd.. sell chances on it. Each con County and Keystone Heights
! RMgewood Orange Park testant will get one point per have always supported the
Electric Plumbing Supplies Trailer Pole penny raised and the one with fire department with previous
the most points will be money raising projects. The 7
0penZ: ?>lo5:00: Monday through Friday crowned as the winner on July department greatly appreciates tit
: i to 1:00: Saturday 1 I. said president John Wayne the support and hopesto
1 Hersey. make this event a .bigger
j ,Phone 269-1291 15/12 .Ip e/2 The contestants can raise success than ever" said 1977 HeadiUrt Graduation "

_. Hersey.
.. .m.m K '' i w 300 At Head StartGraduation


PANTRY. FOOD I''I


THE PRIVATE BRANDS Over 300 people attended looking/ lor a new homo, said
graduation ceremonies for 52 administrators. '.
Head Start students Wednesday The graduating /group was
PRIDE WITH THE May 25, in the Civil made up of three classes and
Defense Building. the ov'ralljtroup was equally
,. NATIONAL GUARANTEE FAIR Daniel Gibbs (Head' Start divided fd!I 0 (percent black; and
director presented the 50 percent white. I
graduating class with certifi- Mrs. Jessie .K. Jenkins and I
cates and presented special !Mrs. Marge Mcltae class
BRANDS awards to parents and were: Carmen Harbor, Billy
I SUPERMARKETS@ community helpers. Barnes, :Melvin ('riMI!;, Lisa
: Mrs. Doris Danson was Urawdy Donna) Harris
-a- I -. awarded a special plaque by Wendell' Hudson. Adrann.
Gibbs for her "untiring" Jackson. Lisa Jones, Misty
efforts performed in 197677. Koehler.Scott Mosley.Tyrone
Special certificates were also Sunders Schanell Small.
f GUARANTEE Mixed enCo m given to the Lawtey Com David Smith, Kclsey Thomas.
liiLIMr Yetablea munity Correctional Center Kaclii'l Tyson.Nicole Want tin,
PANTRY PRIDE PRODUCTS PANTRY PRIDE BRANDS and the Starke National Miinika Williams, and Alton
ARE GUARANTEED TO BE AS Guard. Young
SATISFACTORY AS LEADING ARE NOT "STORE"BRANDS Certificates for volunteer t, :Mrs. Edith: Smilh and Mrs.
D AT ALL. work were presented to !Mrs. Sarah :Morris class: Tnrrence
NATIONAL BRANDS OR WE .u I
Doris Uanson Mrs. Sheryl Berry Sharon DeSue, Grady
WILL EXCHANGE THEM FOR M n Y ': THE PANTRY PRIDE Itigdon Mrs. Maxine Smith Cosnell.; Laura (:Iovt'r. [Doug(
THE NATIONAL BRAND OF Mrs. Sandra Mosley Mrs. Holland. Meliinie Jackson. I
YOUR CHOICE. ,. BRAND IS REALLY A Judy Taylor, Miss Melverine Uoliert Jackson Allen
:< 11' ,.. NATIONAL BRAND Morris, Mrs. Patricia Gosnell Jenkins Tonya Koehler.
.. Miss Bernadine Berry Mrs. Chuck Lizenbce.-unit ha
.- .-.... --- --i:I!,'... "" / THAT HAPPENS TO Torena Lizenbee and Carlos Melecio. Kelli i J. "ril'('. Lisa
Norman. Richardson Michelle HI( doll.
BE AVAILABLE ONLY Ten staff members were Jerniaine 'lay lor,- Tina!

I' we are pleased to accept IN PANTRY PRIDE graduation also on ceremonies.hand for the Synder.Scmomie Trad Way Striger, and\

(Head Start, originally Miss :MvrU's Kccvcs and
I I U.S.D.JL FOOD STAMPCOUPONS EROREASONYOUH housed in the KJK school Mrs. :Martha :\M\rick class:
ANY !SIZE center until it burned in April Kendra Huller Christy, t
I I had just completed $9XMi( of Barton, Raymond Craven. I
I SHOULD FEEL GOOD renovation before the [ire. Harry "a' ul'. Kenneth
I DOZEN EGGS ABOUTSHOPPING AT Administrators for Head Start Jenkins. Tort Kelly, KulrimiKnight. .
credit the staff and parents .lames:Martin. Angela
... PANTRY PRIDE. and concerned citizens for the :Mitchell Pamela It i don.
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.en. IOMUO MOMttt IN1./N ,... J NOWGOODONI'.PORTEDFOODS'ALSO!. move to the Civil )Defense Johnny Thompson. T"II lid II i I
-- ---- -- building for the remainder of Tyson\ Aunilla Williams. ,
the year. Donations were Passion( Wims. ,
,w. received from other (Head The nutritional staff is Mrs.
Start centers and classes were (Olli! Hrewton. :Mrs. :MaU'l
.U. inn MO fHICtl MOD MD.. JUM" 1. THRU U $.. JIM 7, 1971..rl" III""TI I 11,7D.x able to be continued. Tyson undll"s.l : l'annieDeU'strc.
Bargains in Meat : : Family I Package! Presently Head..(Start; is I. 'I. -' ,J'
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BONELESS TEAK EveryDayLowPrice 60 Boneless Stew Beef SI" 3i To License DayCare >t "/
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EEF r it mi liSP amniinsimiMMiiu .

$ 38 BONELESS BEEF Cubed Chuck Steak ?,168 31- CentersHealth I
I i mi MV on ni Sin i mi HWUSI I Ir
U.S. Gov'T. | BOTTOM ROUNDROAST Kansas Citv S118INSPECTED 21' and Rehabilitative
Steaks
,.neon i. ., r ra. Services District III will .'
CORN FED LB begin licensing child care I It
.SSC <
Fryer Combo"Pkg.. 21 centers in Bradford County
fA t it III i.i _II"Breakfast c effective June I, 1977.:
EveryDayLowPriceLOTS EveryDayLowPrice fjp Ham Slices ?,178 21' A child care center is one .
I tn i mi wiu we providing day care for more'

OFCHICKEN: U.S. GOV T CENTER CUT BEEF Fresh Pork Spare Ribs ,129 '20' unrelated than five to the 15)< operator) children 1i

INSPECTEDCORN There will be no fee chargoti
LVKES WHOLE
WATCH 6 TO 8AODEO
FED LB SIRLOINSTEAKS PORK SHOULDER LB AVG. for applying for a license. The
standards to be met include 1
SMOKED having sufficient indoor and
3 LEG QUARTERS WITH BACKS FRESHFRYERS FLOKIOA OM OIOHGIAPMIMIUM 59 outdoor space passing'an
i BREAST QUARTERS WITH BACKS CMADB PICNICS inspection by a Sanitarian
3 WINGS 1 NECKS IGIBLETPKGS having sufficient staff and ,

FRESH FARMER GRAY 8 LBS obtaining health'reports on
S GOV T POP-UP staff keeping records on-the \

c-; WHOLE FED I,u"( o iiii t ouicii passing children a fire admitted Inspection.More .and '
39U ED6TINE"S&
,__ o pen .,ao'2 E information Jean be tr'I I

BAG LII obtained from Carol Willis l.aurle'hler wall Inadertrnl.v .
3008 NW. 13th Street Suite C,
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\ left off the picture ofhe
Gainesville.or Edie
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/o' 10' i' r n' m' 1515 Silver Springs Boulevard SpiVey, ( Itradford :Middle School- !
FYNE TASTE lloiior Hull ..uludenU.in the I
BONEtISS BEIF FVNE TASTE HOLLY RIDGE Suite 118-W Ocala. pap'rIay: 19. Laurie, a i
RUMPROAST ROUND SKINLESSFRANKS SLICEDBOLOGNA SLICEDBACON seventh !grade student has !
been<< MI the A-llonor Roll
GROUND know your'Carpeting- three times this jrar.I .

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I STARKK:KI.KMKNTAHY: ::'
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f 1
Mrs. Gay's second grade ,
class enjoyed a tour of, the
OUTDOOR LIVING 10 WAY Bargains in Bakery 'KEN TEAL t7 M telephone company. May 22, .f''
during their open house .
WITH BUILT-IN MOLDED HAND GRIPS VINYLLOUNGE s2' The children learned aid
..t NOT DOG *r saw many interesting limits!(
/ R Its such as the tale <<"s' uf )
FOAM CHEST I';; yesterday and Row they t
o/"S OLEFIN FIBERS operated. Cokes were servedto .
the children.
"'! 30 QT.: 48 QT. :: Olefin it one of the We want to remind
man-mad synthetic everyone that June 8 i Is the
......$19 $998 fibers which Is being last day of school for students.
$289 used extensively today Please register kindergarten -
:,Q.S. U ::. EACH In the manufacture of students as soon as
N carpets. Luxurious possible. You pick
AVOCADO OR appearance may up
TANGERINE Is the big plus necessary medical forms
18 INCH ENGLISH BREAD for carpets containing from the school office.:
a2 Olefln. Woven, velvet, I'.E. Students of the week: :
BARBQGRILL MUFFINS shag;level loop,prints Grade 3 Michael Pike
solids, tweeds, pattern Grade 4 Elizabeth Stitt;
carpets, and others are Grade Rhonda Hutchcson! ;
MATCH made with Grade 6 Darrin Ilardee. 1
Q the use of
_. Olefln. .
L "'. SAVE S SarB-Que Bread 59eHNmiMMMB SAVE 10* Carpets of Olefin are P.T.O.IJ1NNKR
399 CHAIR easy to clean sine this
aw 11T1OII $1.00 Cf)4 fiber Is highly stain resistant. 'The Starke Elementary
\ Pumpernickel Bread OU SAVE 10'.
I. AVOCADOOR r f Olefln Is also P.T.O. enjoyed a steak dinner
14 INCH-*POSITION TANOERINE a M rawer/MI MM i sal 1 one of the most durable Friday night,!May 27. at the i
.A..Q GRILL '5.99 EACH L Dinner Rolls 3/M/ SAVE u'i't fibers. Carpets of Olefin Homestead Restaurant. I

; ',' 1 ..'' "' W M/.e3.>r,>J+ ? %' .'- xw.z: : 'M ,. .,.. and retain color their for good ytar*looks. Mrs Attending Jim Hester were Mr.Mr. :and and I
You wont go wrong Mrs.Sam Pugh Mr.:and Mrs.
PANTRY PRIDE with Olefin or any of Warren Carver;Mr. and Mrs.
WISH + ALL r POWDER I HEAVY DUTY the other carpets bandied Doyle Thomas, Mr. and Mrs.
by our shop. Com Robert Bowen.,Mr.'and Mnrr:
4 I IQUID L AUNDRV In at your convenienceand Dwayne Alday Mr. am,Mrs
LIQUID DETERGENT i F LAUNDRY DETERGENT DETERGENTGALLON Inspect our carpets. Lysle Williams Mr., and'1 Irb.
yi4 Dewey McKinney;;;:Trind Mr.
v Teal TihCarpe and Mrs. Richard Jock<<'I.

( t 4907 Mrs.. Brenda ..Thomasiwaspresented .
; with ?: ::Stihflna ,
..key In appreciation for-her. work i
;.YOUN DISCOUNT SAVIMf 'AODRM32O SOUTH WALNUT ST. 964-7423 "Stark. Fla. with the P.TO.-'during the
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. SOUTHSIDE[ ELEMENTARY NEWSThe oocxJccaaaccClcaCD:: : oooooooooooooooc SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOe ccccc=accacacca GQOOOQOQOQOOOQOO

four first grade classes animals including a steer, They also visited the Santa capable drivers: : mini,course day held at
have been studying about some sheep, hogs, and ponies. Fe Community College : Elementary School
animals and on Tuesday, May The children learned about Teaching Zoo where Mrs. kinder r. i
24.they ((went on a field trip to their uses and petted some of Vandiver and her guides provided } through the gave third grade
Gainesville., them. They want to express an extremely Interesting : a thane to try their I
They visited the Universityof their appreciation to the tour. They saw different crafts.
at
Florida where,Mr. Denny Animal Science Departmentfor many different types of water ; went to a class
Rodebush showed them farm this informative tour. and land birds, monkeys, : child cooking, how to
oscelots, snakes and turtles. taught
____ a terrarium, jewelry
I
The prairie dog homes were
EARN YOUR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMABY fascinating but the animalstoo ( : : and students tie dyeing.also parti-The

TAKING THE GED TESTS. shy to The make splendid an ap-: 400 In outdoor games. ,
pearance.
Applications For The QED Tests Are Being Taken At peacock spreading his tail wasa I school offered make thanks the to
that helped
lovely surprise. 1
The BrtdforO-Union Area Vocational Technical Center. They were told that the zoo day a success.We
has never needed to buy like to thank Mrs.Anita
The Deadline Is June 3, 1977 animals. All of the displaysare for helping in jewelry,
creatures brought in by 'Andrea Abrams and
Call 964-6150 For Information. people who found them Inap- Sue Little for helping in a*
propriate pets or who had Special thanks to
EXAMINATIONS ARE SCHEDULEDJune come upon them injured and Margaret Boone for her
6-9 From 1.00: PM. 10:00: P.M. in need of care. : in preparing for mini-
The teachers and students day. Fifth and sixth
June 10 From 8:30: A.M. 4:00: P.M. 5/286/2 would like to thank our very_ students were also
to help teachers
thank you to all the
1 aides and Mrs.

i FRESH time for We their would cooperation like to t
FRI'SP, Denny's Concrete fsw ."
I for donating rocks !
the Vo-Tech for donating
n lQ.f :. potting soil and their On your mark get set, go!
'. assistance in ter- Mark Strickland
AIO Without these McCutchen: and KIrby Henry Joe
conns Mini-Course Day Ilildebran wait for Kay
( not have been suc- Waters to blow the whistle.
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FRESHSLAW .w BEAUTIFUL SCHEFFELERA $2"

j or .: CROTONS $471
SALADSuper s .'
SHRIMP PLANTS $2**

!! BLOOMING OLEANDER $2**

tag ROSES $2"

Dscunt! | LEMON TREES CITRUS TREES SS"
THIN SKINNED

FRESHLEMONS? Make Your
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Super Discount
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FRESHCAULIFLOWER 8 Qt. 20 Qt. 40 Qt.

Reg. Re .
$ 09 $1 99 $ 29
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:i:: I FUNNY FACE I I FUNNY FACE I I & SPRINKLER TUBE HOSE

:;: FLOUR I; :,POWDER : : POWDER .: : RID-A-BUG WITN : : I = I : I Nylon Reinforced

w4 ISM OM illf.miBI< 1 DRINKS 'BSKii ssr Fully Warranted V" "/" & V." Cia
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ria. SAVE 10 CASH SAVE 70 CASH SAVE 10 CASH By Park & Ralntlme
P.f / NRrNN 11 ADOLPH 11 .."e. II .
8 CHIISI I I MEAT J NARY IIU'IH. I I TERI 1 No 1200 No. 6600 II''

;:,; RAVIOLI I i Y..DUlIZ..1 ASSORTED S t:YJw-:: S i i TOWELS. I i I : : i i i i No 2000 No. 2550
1 lea CAN .IOUAN..IT
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i :: .WAFERS! I CHIPS BUTTER CLEANER i i i 539 E. I'I "
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June, 1977 TELEGRAPH I
,Lawtey Wettest 9i

Area In County n'

., The rains finally came put y T
ting up to six inches in some
parts of Bradford County over l? EartRE
a four day period.According EIECj totut THEBRlja ':nbrh

to Gabe Pelly,
Florida Forestry dispatcher,
for the four day period May 25-
29 the most rain reported was e


at.101 miles Louis with north 6 11111 Inches.of Lawtey Tower Louis, on three Mill US 1 t ,., ... A C', ADORN St AN NoUS 9 / d FAVENpwONY

reported 1.5 RITE
inches Thursday TYPE OfR
KOD
1.4 Inches Friday, l gi i Alt
none o n CAMERA
Saturday, and 3.2 inches i /r tE
Sunday.
New River west of Starke HAIRSPRAY E
reported rain for three of ECKERD
those days .1 inch Thursday,,
.5 inches Friday, and .2 on STANNOUS FLUORIDETOOTHPASTE ENTIRE
Saturday. ANACI SEIEC
Santa Fe Tower, six miles TIOry!
south of Starke on US 301, had 1 KEYsroN
one inch Thursday, 1.5 inches 100 TABLETS ,
Friday, and .4 inches Satur-

day.The weekend\ rainfall was 13 Oz.All Types 0 C ANER

the first of any appreciable 3 4
3 9 'j I I
amount since 22 inches fell SPAIN
MdyH-9, Prior to the May rain REL 09 702. CAMERYS>ONEESON
the last that mounted to any $1 TUBE REGOFF
thing! was March 12, and slight.
rainfall April 4. LIMIT ONE LIMIT 2
"II has! helped"said Policy, -
"wi" Just need some more." SHARP
,
The weekend forecast alack
(Friday Ihru Sunday, according White
lot I he weather bureau
in Tallahassee, Is thuntlorsh'wors PIANO LLOYD'S DISSTON rE1EV'S'ON -
likely on Friday(
and .1 possibility of scattered OLD SPICE KEY J J /
CASSETTE /
OPERATION
IhundtTshouers thru Sunday. GRASS / )


Chorus, BUM<|H I( Hifar.\ AFTER SHAVELOTION RECORDER WITH BUILT-IN CON SHEARS '%: *. IJ S \

Join For Cordlera tlactric shoats
Concert gnu
DENSER MIKE #V126 Wfih 3" blade. Rugged Nickel
An all Bradford County 19 Cadmium rechargeable batteries
Schools band concert will be 4.75 OZ.
held at 8 p.m. tonight LIMITTWO 16 OZ.
(Thursday, June 2)) in the f' f
9 9
auditorium.Bradford County High School I 11'88 Non COFFEE Dairy MATE HAWAIIAN ,

,The high school chorus will
also take part in the program REG, EGS-7 REG. 13 99 PUNCH ----------.
featuring bands from the ele 2999 COFFEECREAMER oo
mentary schools middle and 8 QUART RED
high schools. The final -- (offeemaK t
PRELL FOR BATH OR KITCHEN ADJUSTABLE DRINK MIX
number will be a chorus and
I MULTI SPRAY

be band the combination.final concert This for will the 1' r CONCENTRATE SPACE SAVER ON NOZZLE OFF CONTROL INSTANT 'i VITAMIN C A1GPUNCN'wawa.: i

season. DESIGNED TO Limit 2 s 119 ENRICHEDREG
Admission to the concert f SHAMPOO CABINET FIT 1 ON TOP 2 GALLON \ 119 REG. $1.39 '
will be adults,$1 and students, OF TANK! GARDEN LIMIT ONE
50 cents. 1.39 OQ
The Bradford Chorus Dept t 5 OZ SLIDING _
will give a spring concert FAMILY t DOORS SPRAYER
Saturday June 4, at the BHS SIZE 93 REG. 4.49 BEVERAGE GLASSWARE
auditorium at 8 p.m. featuring j
the 85 member Bradford LIMIT 2 .,r '
,
IIIIH' ,
Middle School chorus and 88
FROM JEANNETTE
Advanced High 29.9 YY 11
School I I ,
Chorus.A \ v I I I
I
I GIASSREGUlAR1149 '
hiehlieht of the evening \ REG. 1499 I
will feature the Bradford Pop \ MODEL 1973 I'' 64OZ. PITCHER .. ... 122 ; !
Ensemble led by chorus in TICKLEDEODORANT II
structor Billy McRae. The 3500 I I j GLASS REGULAR 23'
Pop Ensemble of is made up of a 50 QT. STYROFOAM For t boats.I t 18 OZ. TUMBLER .....19c 'I!
talented
group musicians
chosen advanced from chorus.the high school for t ts mobile I t '/ INCH X L I L GLASS GIANT SIZE REG ;33'' tJ

.. r 2 Orj4r. types U" ICE CHEST hu tries. 50FIETNON TOXIC .- 250Z..TUMBLEJUtt4.LADIES ; 29C J I

HSF "'ills. Umit 1 WITH RECESSED TOP FORGLASSES the
HOSE LADIES POLYESTER
From( 'Page U OR drinking-water I

The I hul) advert' ist'incnt: wji:* C i CANS I COILS NYLON EASILY REINFORCED ARGENTINE TERRY I
for' either one tear nr thiii1 8 8 REGULAR /8 99
cars! mid IISK' hid 'for hvrr.ns I
WOOD THONGS BOOTIES i
,
> hill nil i kind .inn.il:
;t Iron it, l F VS lI.d"/i. II.IITIMMI 8 ASSORTED COLORS
slid I IISK could ,'h."I ii1 II" hut REG. 59'
III Ihn'l''al'li..
REG. 8 8
Ihxluf... :M>n. IJ.iml.il.! I-' (BONUS SIZE) 3.88 ,
llml(rv is pri'Mclc'lll" : iiixl )
liielor) III IISK Joan' !.' Idlb 24 OZ. ..
r.iiinv.i.ile nl lorna ,nliniiiivlmlnr 20 INCH METAL
(;iror.(e,'1I1I\'a.. is CEPACOLMOUTHWASH COMNITI _> REG.
"("T"lill'\; .m il iliriflor. iinil WITH $5.99 ONE SIZE
l 111'1/:1'-/: '' l K: Ihgh}. stile nlchmk UNI FERTILIZERSPREADER FITS ALL
I Uiil(I| ">. IK: ,I director
'Hit \u-e-i\ ""i-Mdeiit: ill (l lilnvtlor FIVE BARSKIRT QUEEN SIZE WASHABLE
is Kulieil I., Mltl I ?
l>i"nt her of Mill Pcxlcl. lornurIhnlil KILLS -r ZEBCO 202 LAP & lED AND EASY
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IIII,pl'illlru..I' ," '. GERMS LIMIT 7 9 TO CLEAN
I uppeneil i| | ; I lo ,point nut I lull' Is'(
110..1.i 'iiirnii'i' .UK! wi:> not m t RACK REGULAR
respirator therapx and I luidmMr

(lodges received told the'wudatlhr a peiinv''"I REEL SPRING-LOADED WITH NON-RUST DRAG 9 8 8 REG.99e $1.49 :\

end of the meeting! he had COVERS. FIBERGLASSROD 5' 14

never seen bidding sin'I li lilt-r GILLETTE REG. $6.98TACK1E .
or closer and I lli.il l>pt 77. 10
competition ufleii'd the lithird DISPOSABLE I
the best service.Quality iir
1 'GOOD NEWT BOX ALLMETAL CHROME PLATED I

RAZORS OR PLASTIC
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IN GREEN z YOUR CHOICE OF 3 SIZES
6 COMPARTMENTS RED. BLUE ", STP
(From I Page 1) TWIN C IN SINGLE TRAY. ,j+ r \ HOSEHANGER SCRATCH PADS I'

should be.according lo ability' BLADE 2 9 SECURE ; / CARBURETOR AE1.41r LACK
and dollars spent. It requires Z PAK LATCH & I
thai every student be given an STRING SPRAY CLEANER s
equal opportunity, Casey said. LIMIT HANDLE
Casey said more money ONE PAK REG. 3 29 v'4' REGULAR 79"
must be spent on the studentsin *MKTOIn SPRAYS REG. 1.59 P R
Starke elementary schools '. YOUR SPRAY AWAY
and the overhead must be cut CLEANER' VARNISH .t MCK OF
al the outlying schools to bring 229 J/ CHOICE 58,. es GUM- 3 INCH*S INCH
"
that per pupil cost down to "- m CLEANS.PACK OF
balance.A .\\1 es VALVES 4 INCH I(INCH
Hampton parent TAMPAX 'J MODEL _......,_ CHOKES .HACK OF
suggested to the board that 40 2000 5 INCH 11 INCH
students from Theressa be i TAMPONS
sent to Hampton to Increasethe ..

said school the goal enrollment.of increasing Casey the f REG. OR SUPER FOLDING --c- ,.=_ SPIKIE' 'J ,

student could be f FAMOUS .
population WOODEN
BOx LAWN tt PHOTO TWICE THE PRINTS J
gotten by either expanding the ,
boundaries or by shifting the F Of UK tfSPRINKLER
CAMPSTOOL
seventh grade. Casey said .,,,y 1, Get an extra set of prints with every roll of {
each school would be treated t 10 color or black and while film developed and ":
individually and (the board yf, printed TODAY AND EVERYDAY ,!
would take all the informal LIMITONE REGULAR 79"F t
from public hearings into '
account. IMMM .TWICE THE FILM

Board members present. WITH DURABLE When you pick up your developed film,and '9 ,c'
Arthur Gaskins, Pat Spengler. 7 OZ. JAR CANVAS SEAT HI-IMPACT 58 prints buy two rolls of Kodacolor of black and
J.T. Parrish. and Vernon a FOLDS EASILY PLASTIC- Parmenter assured parents FLAVORHOUSEDRY T FOR PORTABILITY COVERS TODAY AND EVERYDAY .,)1.-, '

the they shift would unless not vote they to approve were I ROASTED ? ; REG. 2.19 BOOsa.fT. ,, f ;

assured students would get :I
CASHEWS
quality education.
Parmenter also said he PEOPLE TRUST ECKERD'S FOR QUALITYPRESCRIPTION I
would check Into the state-

ment that students In the SERVICE..AT LOWLOW PRICES ri
middle school seventh grade C4 REG. _
were now sharing math and MtlMg 139 w 1 t

not science bring text them books home and could from .gyp LIMIT$1.69 PRICES609D) TNRII !''ED' DAILY 9.9 SUNbAY/1O.7 (SOME ITEMS LIMITED SUPPLY) I IIit ,


school.The board' is expected to tLU1 O i3E.e

vote on shift at the-June 16 .Ii DRUGS I
I

board meeting. l(: Starke ,LJ ,



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Magic Needle Grocery Terwillegar 'Motors Joe's Saw Shop River's Hardware & Furniture ACCLENNY Norman
1517 Bessent Koad
II & B Feeds, Inc. Sunshine Electric
Farm Supplies' Farmers' Mutual Exchange Coastal Oil Blair Nursery. Inc. Buster Bennett
Barbara's Beauty ShopShuford' Acme Hardware

Standard Station 'harlie Crihbs Powell's Dairy Freeze Union County CrossroadsGene Caprice Restaurant Percy GriffUE.
Leila's Dress & Gift Shop
., Griffis Auto Sales
Cardin Brothers Bill Haas SnyderB Phll'f Shoes
Thomas Oil I Company
Septic Tank ContractorsCrownCentral City Barber Shop
Jeneva M. (Neva) Flynn & Mobile! Homes Baker County Federal Oral Tanner
A & K Feeds
Lumber Company Don Hardenbrooh Supervisor of ElectionsJ. Set-Up & Service Credit Union
Carl Vanzant

Stump's J & Mobil: Service Station Teal Tile & Carpet It. Kelly !McLeod's Beauty Shop Golden DrumstickDr.
Tax: Collector Water's Grocery
Kenny's FinaArcherTanner Louin Bedding .Mowers. By IarryBulllllgl"n' Archer-Tanner Funeral Home & !Mrs. R.A. Johnson
Draw-Tite Lawtey Barber& Beauty Sho'
Funeral Home Dr & !
Mrs.
Dr. Harry diuenLongchanip !! Studio Whitehead Jlment'zIcCat'nney!
B &. :VI Starter& Generator John Priest Service Station
Bargain Center ( Homes, Inc. Bradford County Telegraph Greyhound Bus Line Sheriff Granvll S. Kirkland
Charles G. Farr New Life Temple Inc.
Starke KOA
Kampground Dr. Richard Odom lara'I'II.II<<"I'I..anillllncl!- Automotive Parts Center Roberts Standard Service
Lee's Burger Hut
BROOKERAssociated
Jackson
Building Supply
Starke& Misty O.i MM iiirdon &. !Nursery Km'It's! !Ding! Store William Silcox'" llarlls R. Ellington
Keystone lIeightsLuden's 3111 S.Trilby. !Standard- Oil Distributor Construction Regal Ford, Inc. Southern
Gem Jewelry Millwright's, Inc
Automotive Service
Made Blalock's Market Powell Printing Bennett's Tires & Texaco
HU-hard i E.: Welly ireen's Grocery
Holiday Inn Gulf & U-llaul
Gordon's Air-Conditioning Community State Bank Shadd's ShellRucker's Baker County Farm Supply

Longhorn Steak (House & Heating{ Service Bradford Barber Shop Bar Carroll's Grocery
The Garden Restaurant Dutch's Pizza

Garver's Service Station & David\ Lawson Zedra Hamilton
Holiday Inn (,.".hl'r's Shop Paint &. Body. !Shop- Fa>'lie- & Bernice Bateman Pine Air "'armsFrank's Gary Dopson, !M.D., P.A.
HAMPTONNational
Jo-lu:Mobile Motel Home&Park :Mrs. Hard PaulkHurst's .\ Friend Xeilra Hamilton Barber Shop Wholesale Discount
Protein

TO & Y I Shell !Station- \\ I'XI': It.ulio Station Bowen Pest Control Usher Agency Williams Furniture & Appliance
& Wrecker Service WALDO1'orman'
James Joen Watson Deloris Beauty Shop Walter's Truck
Mama Louisa's Restaurant Roger's Hoofing( Slop ; Restaurant

To-Kena MotelCooper's Slaike "Paint Center Lake Butler Produce Co.McLeod's .
Piggly Wlggly 1 :Mrs (0;. Campanella Yarbrough Gas Service taxter Antiques

Baldwin ('r..II'I-Uld'i Barber
NurseryNew City Fish :Market Marling Land ClearingGAINESVILLE Shop World of SoundYarbrough Waldo :Market

Bradford County :\lrd l'alililrr!-
Englander lIotelMorgan's Marjorie's Flowers & Gifts
Herbert GreenFoal Motors lendry's Florist Shop
Gerald &. Baillie
Barber Kay
Shop fair I'arrish Sandwich Company GREEN COVE Citizens Bank of Macclenny Mice's Ice Cream &

Bradford Motel & Park Bill draudon, &. !Son- Sandwich ShopRosemary's
lI..atilllir.'untliliolllllg Stan's Hooteiy. Curtis llaney SPRINGS Thomas Rhoden Real Estate

Dairy Queen Hairstyling Studio
Bradford County Rescue !Service- "hlnJ.lIy\ llaml Carefree Campers Jelt's Garage Vernon's Grocery

...
lets( Morgan's Beauty Shop (['argo Service Station r
Saw yer-Slade t das of Staike 11.1'11'I"lIdon: Photography! Cement Precast Products Bank of Green Cove Springs Baker Loan Company

Starke .Motor Court Gas AppliancesItadcock Potentate J.P. hall Jr., President lannah's "fill"(; Service
I.ov ree I.aN: ;ierMaxie Williams !Neon IgnsIatlm..r George Khoden Agency
Furniture Carl's Garage Insurance Heal Estate Friend
Betty & Howard Orhler
Uall'I H rim nI : Carter. .Ir.I Tire Company

Dixie Motel Fullerton Furniture Mom's Department Store tashinger's Orange Shop
>r. 0,1.. II.i\. lies. Jr. I oudon's lien ttl>' Shop Sonny's (teal Pit Bar-B-Q & Appliances

C.II. Nasworthy Waldo Hd. & MY 13th Street Cal's Body ShopSpence's .\ & .1 Texaco
Garden Acres Del'anc'sMerrill Kentucky Klied. ('h l'k..1IIIn..lr..d Cisco Corner Gift Shop
G i :.MAClthite Chevron Station
Oreha rd101..1:
Inkier Electric Inc. : I'dwniiN Furniture Industries Hendley Bakery
City Ink Electric Auto Parts Lowery Building Supply', Inc. .\be Cruesoretbelte
The' Tackle BoxJulia's : Julian K: :Meltaelife S.ll. Perlman
Chailey' K.: Joints .\jt"II'yJuhn"u's of GeorgiaBradford' Douglas &. Son Builders Thrift Hardware Brown

Florist. I.orvis Bucholz
Farm SupplySapp's !- .\\II..tlal" 1'he Office( Lounge!! Macclenny Motor Parts \uldo Hardware &

Bert & Jerry's Trophies A.E. Meadow 'arm Supply
Feel StoleHammond's U.'l. .l.uksoii. Inc. Gainesville :Neon'; Signs ,Alonzo Griffis

Western Auto Associate Store Railroad Contractor Baker's Fiber Shop ten's! Antiquesdiadrkk's
: Disioiinl IlimseJim Refrigeration Service Johnny IaulersonHarold
Harold Bishop Row en's I'est Contiul Business Finance Inc. !-
Sean Merchant 1 arm nt I'alm Lanes Neumans
{ Really Frank's Radio & TV
Kalph Bryan;
Mr. & :Mrs. W.A. .
Dolph Reddish E.hlud'l:. Safely ServiceIlatIin Sopwlth Camel Flying Service Juanita's Flowers & Gifts Weisner Sr.nobby'
Sheriff Pat & Itu-nd.i KainswoithHosier's .ainesville Airport 375-Ia33: : Harold .:. Burns
!! Hide-A-Way
JU. & Vernie Odom : Tinkle, I Inc. Richard & Palsy Hunter
:Moiiuiiienl & :NurseryItioun'H ;
"Klorlland Really Hill'san Service, Inc. Tim Carey Waldo'
Farmers AKIeaMjrktv:
loin ( .IevSupt. John M. Brinkley Funeral Home
Itill'i Standard Station of Siliixils, HcfriKeration! Jim Hall Paint Store Ruth HallB .Inda I
Wise's Beauty Salon
Sands :Motor
Ih'\\ lit ('. Junes Funeral (tomeStacks' Company
sportsman's World Truck Stop Branding Iron ltrstaui.iniNew & Keyslonc Heights University City Florist & II :Meat Tommy Johns Vilson AntiquesOasis

empsey's Motel : :Method (1"011"1'11IIpgi..t..r Florida' Rock Industries, Inc. Western Auto Joyce Truluck
Federal &. I loan loungeBeggs
Guaranty Savings: \ Dennv Concrete Division( !!

Buddy Ziweiss Amoco Station Oil (' Williams Hardware Fraser Funeral Home
mtip.ni>
George' It il'eits Insurance & Gainesville Bonded Gulf Service

Slarke Auto & Truck Service leinplt' :Motel. Heal .slate: alehouse, Inc. Lindsay Baker County Saw Shop KINGSLEYStrickland's

odd's Sunoco Pl/7.1 Hilt (;.S. Brown. Gainesville Florist Bartlett Barber Shop White Auto Store LAKE
Clerk intuit ('dortSlat

Thomas Auto Parts Honnie I'ridgeon kt'Iul..r: I'uilsNP Gainesville; Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Bradley Drugs TG"'Y LandingfORTHINGTON

Laura, Clark& Cliff Oehli George; links SalvageM :'; .\ H.ivutampa Wholesale Center Lewis Parks 121 Standard Service

Noegel's Auto Sales : & (, '1 lev.K-o Paul's DriveMu ('loanersStarks' (,lllnl'11illt'Iarlnt': Rhoden Barber Shop Catfish SPRINGSRobert's
& Keystone heightsIrnmark
Cash Feeds
Dwight i ( Food &. Scat I'arl I:lirrMike's Pepsi. Cola. Bottling Company May hew Drugs Karelle's Town Shop
Furniture I Company
Williams Town & Country
.\-.\ Rental ; Painting ('''"lnll'I''r'l ..leffcoal!- n Brunsen Furniture Glen Cash Store Service Station
Torode I Oil ( ont|pa"Y.Jinlln Glen St. Mary

J..:. lardy Auto Sales llai pcr's dnlfPi. Bowen I U"IIIIRIIu..le: Company Green Cove Package Store St'ay'sIarket:
\ /Nina
Beauty Shop
Slarke Auto Center '. &. :Mis. U.i.Mie Wliiffenr (luef of I'ulice 11(' Haulers of Gainesville( Inc. NE Florida EquipmentM.L. Glen St. Mary Henry P. & |II.| A. Elixion

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F & L Fruits & Gifts 'iv e W ntdH. Lndg'lclonald's Iliiiinas He.illvSlaike Meal laundryLAKE : WolgumuthKen's laywood Glddens Doc's Saw Shop11idFlorida
Glen St. Mary
Ituildcrs.
:01 Tavern :: Supply Repairs Hauling

Stuckey's I'agle: I a link. Dis<'onntJlen .IniiiiiN! .\. I'lIr.'r"l't.j ../ BUTLERFarmers Green Cove Title Company Glen Glen St.Barber Mary Shop RAIFORD
( Greenliene's t.v .appraiser.hidgc & Dealers Bank III l.o store
'hornton & Son Salvage I Anderson & Wilkes Attorneys Vic's !Meat Store
,. \ I Flue: Sanders (, Glen St.
Beauty Shop u"rallly Federal Mary Po-Boy's Grocery
::181 Liquors & Lounge !Savings- & Loan Blanding Dew. Inc.
.
Hnrid.i
drorgia Mrs. J.E.
Sleepy Hollow Motel Harvey Green's Garage
Smith Bros. Body Shop Poultry SupplyRest .\1It1 re"'I Drugs Ben !Meador Glen St. Mary

Owens-Joist ur Moi'Ida Debbie Green
Leon Griffis WI''h'rrl101..1: !Si's- AmocoJohnson Employees of James- Carey Florist Corner & Gift shop Dobb's Amoco ServiceHIGHLAND
Farm Bureau Insurance Real Estate
Craft Salvage*Wrecker Service Dnrrame Pump& Supply -
D.M.: HaleFaulkner's Groiery Superior Cleaners .
Well-Drilling '
Huskey's Liquors
Hazel
rlffls & Sons Flberglassing Really Dan's Cabinets First Federal Savings& Loanof Griffis Grocery
I Lewis Timber .
Inc.McCarthy's
Paul & Irene<< Faulkner Company James Carey Real, Estate Lake City Macclenny Branch Frank
Underwood Motel Lake Butler "Farm Center Herndon
('h8l'Ip!! Titmus : Garage Joe's Commercial Raulerson Grocery
Florida Bank at Starke lleilbron Springs Gene Eunice
Family
Crews Sanderson
Continental Telephone Company Building Supply plrCondltioningGRAHAM
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Wishbone Fried Chicken Edwin: C.
'ash & Carry Thrill Shop McMurray Parrish Food Store THERESSARaley's
Blame Thompson Heal Estate Brok..rJlush's KEYSTONE

Dr. J.K.: !Denmark Spires Store Starling's Land Clearing Grocery
iggt Body Shop& Laundry ( Bait & Tackle Supply Jeanings A Morris StarlingThe
I Bush's / HEIGHTS ti'WIr '
Andrews Drugs Norman's'. Farm I'rotl"cpIarket: NurserySonny's Joe Shaw's Wrecker SPrvleeJim' 3 T Shop

Nancy's Flowers .F..t Boys'! Bar-I1-I James. Watson FamUy'Watson' and Mrs. A.R.
Farm Klefer
Olin's Mobile Home Sales Furniture Egg Jack Southard Roofing


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h Century Old 14 Ft.
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\ .. .. Alligator
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Taken in Little Santa Fe Lake t't'I


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Thomas Edison had just the hide from the time it Is

invented the incadescentbulb..Rutherford captured through the pur-
B. Hayeswas chasing and processing of
serving as the 19th the hides. There are also
4W President of the United specific skinning instruc
] States...the Town of Melrosewas :tions issued.

still unfounded, and The
The licensed hunter is also
; Bradford County Telegraph,
regulated as to where he is
now in its 98th year, was yet
unborn when this monstrous, allowed to skin it and in the
515-pound alligator, first manner in which it is to be
ar broke from its egg and done. This changes with I
slithered into the murky special Instructions each
waters of Santa Fe Lake. month. M t '

w f !T2sx Now the "boss 'gator" has He is not allowed to keep U'i' cMd9rs

I passed into history, snared bya any portion of the reptile, ll .
dead chicken on a barbed except for the meat and only Q

hook set for him at the end of he and his immediate familyare
',' <' "" 'M-- "
.J ,.1.-: ., :." .. 11'.11"4.' .Lt. :< A'I Ida Phillips' dock on Little allowed that delicacy.
Lake Santa Fe where the
Measurements of the total
had been
giant reptile hangingout
length, snout vent length
Peaceful' Scene Our Grandchildren frightening the neighborhood snout-to
and making a nuisanceof eye, sex, etc., are
himself generally.In recorded on each gator
Will Never EnjoyThe Their stomachs are pre--
accordance with state served in alcohol and turned

regulations, now governing over to the game commission
sound of a fish striking the top of the water could be heard for miles when this the removal or killing of alligators for research. The A
photograph was taken by Hoover Brothers Studio more than half a century ago. Now the from Florida waters, liver bile of some gators is
grass has been chewed out by speedboats and oily film covers much of the water surface. Mrs. Phillips notified the taken to the University of
Take this image with you to bed tonight and dream of the days when pollution was just Game Commission office in Florida for research pur ti & _
another word
in the dictionary
Lake City, who relayed the poses.
information to Don Morgan,
After hides have I
enough _
Keystone Heights architect
been accumulated _
with
and sportsman, who is a state-
licensed contractor, qualifiedto each trapper having his own
kill bin, and the auction is held,
alligators who have ,
EDITORIALS I I been tagged as problems or the trappers receive the
nuisances.For proceeds of the sale.

several years alligatorswere "Hides usually go from $15
protected from huntersas to $30 a foot," said Morgan %!

an endangered species, but pointing out that the belly -
after started becoming side of the gator and under
A Question of ValuesIn prolific they again in Florida his arms are the most valuable Don Morgan, licensed alligi itor trapper and his hunting-companion Kr: >in Trlest, look in \t.

waters, the rules were relaxedto parts. awe at the 14-ft., 2-ln. alligat or harvested from Little Lake Santa Ke after becoming a I
allow removal or killing of nuisance and a danger to resl Idents of the area. Estimated to be over loft years old, the
'gators under certain conditions For the time spent in 'gator's true age is being detei.rmined through tests conducted at the nUersitj of Florida t \jJ

and under strict state spotting, nights spent
supervision.An stalking the prey, and "This is a means of protecting '
Jacksonville, asthmatic patients President Gerald Ford's "kiss of death" time, this could the gators indirectly .t '

experienced severe breathing problemsand environmental message when he paid lip avid hunter, Morgan hardly a profitable pro- ," said Morgan of the MV r9'rJEi ?

gardeners noted plant foliage service to "environmental progress" volunteered for duty as one of fession. program, "by removing the _

splotched and bleached by air pollution. while advocating compromise and the removers"six licensed in a sixcountyarea "gator But it is one that Morgan bothersome indiscriminate ones.killing It prevents and is

In the Tampa bay area, hospitals and "stretching out" the environmental and was assigned the job enjoys, not only for the beneficial to the gator

doctors offices reported hundreds of timetable.Mr. after months of investigationand excitement of matching his himself," he added. I -
children and adults treated for upper screening by the Game wits against the gators, but
Commission.He from the conservationists "There are five in Lake
respiratory infectionsalso a result of Carter, by contrast, vigorously viewpoint Geneva that need to be

the atmospheric inversion that last week resists environmental slowdown, is allowed to use only "Gators contribute to there," he added. "They do ..,!

caused these areas to be blanketed challenging business and industry to three methods bow in capturing and his nature's life cycle and are a more good than the swim

under the most intense ozone pollutionever achieve necessary growth without such prey harpooning- by or by baiting.arrow The, necessary part of our environment mers"

experienced in Florida.In delaying tactics. He points out that since use of rifles is forbidden over ,' Morgan said does
Morgan not
the oil embargo, many businesses have the water except in special "They remove gar fish, all calls He answer notified
directly. is -
turtles and other sick and
the meantime continuedto
Congress already proved that energy growth cases. wounded water life," he by the game com-
dally while President Carter met CAN be reduced while maintaining to the added. mission on complaints.
Morgan prefers use
environmental issues headon in hard
a economic growth. bow and arrow, but the wiley
hitting message touching on nearly gator eluded him in the dark He also pointed out that Complaints by local resi- I h
the majority of the larger dents must be called in to the
from and he
everything motorcycles dune waters, so finally resortedto
Much of the current argument over
alligators, which seem to be Game Commission at a toll ,
buggies to redwood forests. environmental is hook and line, using chickeq of the : ..
most
protection Actually a for bait. posing problems, free number, -800-342-8105. ,
debate over values. For instance- a are males. Don Morgan bhows width of alligator's large
The thrust of Carter's message is his Like the other gators (this foot. This was his first gator taken from Lake Santa .'l'.1 I .1
luxury car more valuable than clean air? ..
firm belief that of the I
protection environment makes the second out of
Is an oil-exuding boat more to be
is power Santa Fe, five out of Kirby i I
not incompatible with II
prized than a clean lake for fish to breedin
Lake from
economic of the one WashingtonLake I
growth nationbut and children to swim in? Is a throw- and one from Geneva) County Agents By '
rather it is essential such tt'1
to growth. He ..
he will be skinned
away bottle and beer can more desirable tagged, k J
noted that pollution control laws have than an unlittered landscape? packed in salt and taken to Bobby';'

generated many more jobs than they the Wildlife Research Centerin Notebook '
have and that if Gainesville. Taylor I
cost
predicted we At last weekend's spring conventionof .

continue to ignore the care and the Florida Press Association, Lou The gators are kept there .

protection of our environment, the day Harris, whose syndicated polls are a until enough skins have been t
will come when our economy, our health, accumulated and then they Looks like our drought is Pastures have suffered ,
national weathervane of
and our much.valued "life style" will public opinion, are auctioned off to the about over. Some areas of our throughout our area. Lack of i '
suffer for that neglect. told Florida newsmen that recent highest bidder. county still need some rain, grass and hay production
surveys indicate Americans are but even these areas are in might not show up as a big loss ,
becoming increasingly concerned with There are only two better shape than they were until later this fall when hay ,
In making his point, Mr. Carter said: federally licensed com- last week.It might be short and market
the of their lives and less intenton
quality ,
in the United States to
"I believe that environmental protectionis panies is difficult to determine calves might be lighter than
and of
consumption possession alligator skins, but
purchase normal.
consistent with a sound economy. actual losses from dry
material goods.An foreign companies may also
control laws have weather
Previous pollution bid for the hides. in a general area Some gardens and small
generated many more jobs than they because of the different crops truck farms have also been
have cost. And other environmental overwhelming number of those This program is so highly and different stage of growth. affected dry weather. Morgan found it impossible to turn this huge specimenover I'
by
whose time has come- surveyed expressed "deep skepticism of regulated, that it would be However, it is easy to figure Vegetables like beans, okra, by himself and had to enlist the help later of his cohort
measures impossible for poachers to the loss on a particular farm Ervin Trlest.
the nation's capacity for unlimited peas, and squash have been
measures like energy conservation, economic.growth" and also placed "a take alligators and try to sell because you can use past less plentiful than usual this I
reclamation of strip-mined lands, and their hides. It has been, and production records and costs time of These shortages
rehabilitation of our citieswill producestill higher priority on improving human and still is, illegal for the aver- and evaluate damage in a usually year.cause higher pricesfor LETTERS.SOMEONE

more new jobs, often where theyare social relationships and the quality of age hunter to take alligators particular field. the! pr.oduct.th t. isavailable _. j

needed most. In any event, if we American l life than on merely raising the since 1962. They have beenon Some corn and vegetable 1 nave neara tnat
standard of living" the"endangered" specieslist in the Brooker okra has sold for as much as
ignore the care of our environment, the since 1973 but were growers area and have : : SHOULD: BEHELD O\iEPHOBLE\I': : I
have had some big losses this $1 00 per pound, peas BEINGSOLVED
will eventually come when our moved to the "threatened"list and ACCOUNTABLEDear :
day eight
The most encouraging thing about year. Others, especially those brought seven
this last
suffers from that neglect"Just just January will be dollars bushel.
economy President Carter's environmental with irrigation systems per Sir: Dear EdItor:
A tag arrives with the better off, and hopefully will
three days after the President message is that it is being followed up permit for a particulargator get at least average Some of these prices might I think there should be an The purpose of this letter is

the U.S. House of with positive action. His administrationis ,and this tag stays with production. seem a little out of line to investigation of the Rt 16 inform your staff and the l.to l.
delivered his ,
message amendmentsto working for strengthened provisionsin ........1....'A...,...,S -SS''"...,'''"........'''"..........................................1Y ..,.............................,.............."""'-"- ............... some folks, but is off when project. Anyone that would good people of Starke that
Representatives rejected production or yield a take a perfectly good highway problem No. 3 mentioned in i
the Clean Air Act of 1970 that would the kind of stripmining control grower really needs this kind !land ruin it needs to be in- your article dated May 12,

have applied stricter limits to hazardous legislation that Republican President of price many times just to :vestigated.Rt. 1977 entitled "Problems {
Gerald Ford vetoed. And these efforts break even Problems Who's Got the
automobile exhaust fumes, which are to Rt. .
from Lawtey
225 "
paid off last week when both houses of Problems: is currently
largely responsible for the ozone Dry weather has also had 16 was done about a year ago being resolved. I .:
hitting Florida metropolitanareas Congress passed new legislation in this it's affect on lawns and or and already its like a washboard -

pollution last week. Ozone gas is formed field. M namentals. Seems like many and the other roads Mr. Robert Schneider, f
months behindin that have the same surfaceare
lawns are two Director of Manufacturing at
when exhaust gases from vehicles react President Carter was voicing the growth and appearance, full of pot holes. If it was Cadillac Manufacturing
with nitrogen oxides in the presence of and some folks have had to done for safety, why not do Rt. Company, first alerted me of
sunlight. The resulting product is often hopes and beliefs of "millions of mow only once or twice this 301 and the rest of the roads. the situation by letter last
Americans when he said: This is no year. Lawns are somewhatlike August. Since then we have ,
called
"smog. time for those of us who love God's earth animals In that they seem Someone has to be been corresponding and ';

Instead of adopting the needed and the beauty of it, the purity of the air (t to be more susceptible to responsible and held accountable working toward and equitable
insects and diseases when for such a stupid solution for all concerned. The
WONDER: 'IFTHIS
amendments, the House voted insteadfor and water, to compromise or to retreat, they are in a weakened condition and ignorant act. lengthy delay in negotiationshas I

weaker, delayed ,controls on car or to yield in any possible measure to the 6'4' IS WHA, ? GRANORD Even though we are Morris Carter,Jr. primarily been to his I
emissions, advocated by Republican devastation or deterioration of the getting some much needed Rt 2, Box 93A Starke plant. However I have :

Representative James T. Broyhill of quality of our lives or our environment / rain, these afternoons and Starke, Fla. been informed that >Mr. I
MEANT BY MYr also
thundershowers
art evenings Shulevitz visited Starke on I
North Carolina, who said, "We want ideal conditions for ... to
bring May 11 I am expecting. :
clean air, but we have other social The time is rather for attackattack "HE'R'T' CUr" ? insects and disease. You seen in short mown grass or received word from Cadillac I

goals." Like riding around in Cadillacs, on all frontslocal, state and national-in should be on the look-out for newly planted areas. These any day, thus a solution to
an effort to save for future generationsthe f'R mole crickets, chinch bugs, burrows can also be felt when problem No.3.I .
perhaps'lMr environmental benefits that we have + sod web worms and other you walk across a heavily .
Also look for the Infested area. would like to state that the
Broyhill is following the well- enjoyed, and are only now beginning to N [Wf t t+tl'+r.fl start caterpillars.of diseases like brown Chinch bugs are serious owner of said property has not

worn delaying tactics set by Republican lose. patch, dollar spot and leaf pests only on St. Augustine contacted the City Council and .I

1,? spot.Mole crickets are most juices from They grass suck! resulting the plant in authorized imbursement clearing lot of with_expenses.of full abovementioned re- I'I''I'

brownish
yellowish to patchesin
puia4 active at night especiallyafter
the .lawn These injured
a rain or irrigation. They MichlcMaNca! ;
noticed
often first
milijiiipf1I will come to the surface and areas are Property Representative :
of lawns.
along edges
make burrows in the upper 26602 Otay Circle
inch or two or the soil. Brown patch is a fungus Mission Viejo,Calif* t i
i

,0 aI yn, ;it7 7!fF I'1trjlIy4gf' .1! .1 Damage to lawn grass and disease irregularly that shaped produces brown a11'l! ::
i tore BOB G. FERGUCtf- JOHN M. MILLER tl r .( !; i iI i
I 1 ... Ih G.. other plant is primarily spots from 1 inch to several : '
I -r !Publishers the roots,
fWT through feeding on feet in diameter. The disease

f fkibiished! each Thursday and entered e. second Gas Matter at the Post Office M Stark,'Ran under I p L but their burrowing loosen appears rapidly during ., I I
Mot. March 3, 1879. ;,':: +i'llrl' ?irll: tiil Lp (r,;1: the soil and causes the plantsto periods of high humidity.Be PIANI' In
''Subscription rate in trade area: 17 per year: M six mcnthar .. I- either dry out or become The first manto'i4PqWy''Ii

Outside trade area: *8 per year: M SOsix. months.'- <.!It, 't y' ,I!,,lk.j1?:,, .! .:n'+, t' ,!!, ;) (;;':t'' completely uprooted.. The on and the call look or come out for these plant call through the microscope .,. I
Phone 964-6305 **T Starke "''a. :i!+ burrows of mole crickets are pests by your wa an English scientist ''\
office if
.
'Iii !1/(" '" ;h/Il!!:Y// "sG'rY1'r! ; +l1!+il+44'irJ R;. about 1-8 to 1-4 inch in County Agents you named Robert Hooka. The ,
+ have questions or problems
",.L.I"'I"w'" diameter and can be easily was 1666.


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The 1S17 Magic Bessenl I Needle Road Pinehurst GroceryD I Terwillegar Motnrs.Joe's Saw Shop., River's Hardware & Furniture |M ACCLENNY Usrey Norman

& B Feeds. Inc. Sunshine Electric
Barbara's Farm Supplies! Farmers Mutual ExchangePowell's Coastal Oil Blair Nursery, Inc. Buster Bennett
Beauty ShopShuford's Acme Hardware

Standard Station Charlie Crlhbs Dairy Freeze Union County Crossroads Caprice Restaurant Percy GrItbLella's
Dress & Gift Shop
Cardin Brothers Kill Haas Gene Snyder Phil's Shoes C.E. Griffis Auto Sales
Thomas Oil
Company Septic Tank ContractorsCrownCentral City Barber Shop
Jeneva M. (Neva) Flynn B & H Mobile Homes Baker County Federal Oral Tanner
A fc K Feeds
Lumber Company. Dun llardenbrouk Supervisor of Elections Set-Cp Service Credit Union
Carl Vanzant

Stump's J & T Mobil: Service Station Teal Tile & Carpet J. R. Kelly McLeod's Beauty Shop Golden Drumstick
Tax Collector Water's Grocery
Kenny's Fina Louin Redding .Flowers. By Lurry Archer-Tanner Funeral Home Dr. & Mrs. RA Johnson
DrawTileH Law ley Barber & Beauty t Shop

Archer-Tanner Funerailiomt'I l Ur, Harry GruenLongchantp HulliniUon's( Studio John Whitehead Dr. & Mrs. Jimenei McCaenney Station
& M Starter & Generator Priest Service
Bargain Center Homes, Inc. Bradford I County Telegraph I I Greyhound Bus Line Sheriff G ran"II S. Kirkland
Charles G. Farr New Life Temple, Inc.BROOKER.
Starke KOA Kampground Dr. Itlcliard Odom l.arI.t.tlt'IIH'rlclin: Sound Automotive Parts Center Roberts Standard Service
Lee's Burger Hut
Jackson Building I
Starke & Supply Misty DJWII Garden & Nursery Ka h'a Drug Store William Silcox llarlis R. Ellington
Keystone Heights nut s. Standard Oil Distributor Construction Regal Ford Inc. Associated SouthernLuden'e
Gem Jewelry Millwright's. Inc.Truby .
Automotive Service Sladr Klalock's Market Powell Printing Bennett's Tires & Texaco

Rii-harcl Et'lIy: Green Grocery
Holiday Inn Gulf & U-llaul
Gcx don's Air-('oudiliuniK Community State Bank Shadd's ShellRucker's Baker County Farm Supply
adford Barber Shop Carroll's Groceryfrdra
& Heating Service
Longhorn Steak House
The Garden) Restaurant Bar Dutch's Pizza

Garver' Service Station& Ua\l.uwson IlamlltonGarbrr't
Holiday Inn Shill I'iiint & Body Shop Payne& Bernice Bateman Pine Air Farms Gary Dopson, M.D.. P.A.
HAMPTON
;-obLrlMllotel It Park :Sirs Hard Panlk .\ Friend Zedra Hamilton Frank's Barber Shop Wholesale Discount
National Protein
Hurst's Shell Station \\I'XI':: Radio StationRoger's Bowen Pest Control Usher Agency Williams Furniture & ApplianceWalter's
T G & Y
& Wrecker Service WALDONorman's
Roofing James Joen Watson Debris Beauty Shop Truck
Mama Lou I sa's Restaurant Stop : Restaurant
To-Hena Motel Sim'ke Taint Center Lake Butler Produce Co.
IMggly WigKly( :Mrs. K. Cam P snails Yarbrough Gas Service Baxter Antiques

C '5 Nursery Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds 1\1 Leod' Barber ShopMarjorie's
oopu City .'I'ihlurkrt: Starling Land ClearingGAINESVILLE World of SoundYarbrough WaldoIarkt't:

New Bradford ('oullly1t'dlclIl: !Staff'
Englander Motel Flowers Gifts
lleibcrt Green Motors lendry's Florist Shop
Barber Gerald & Kay Baillie
Morgan's Shop 101! Fair Parrish Sandwich Company GREEN COVE Citizens Bank of Macclenny .Mice's Ice Cream &

Bradford Motel & Park Bill Graudon & Son Sandwich ShopRosemary's
lIt'utin"Ir'onditionlng Slan's Hootery Curtis llaney SPRINGS Thomas Rhoden Real Estate

Dairy Queen lIalrst)ling Sludi<
Bradford County Rescue! Service Things\ By Hand Carefree Campers Jett's Garage Vernon's Grocery
,.
*** ( Service Station
!.t'la Morgan's Beauty Shop 'argo
Sawyer-Slade Gas) of Staike H.P.ld.I'lIdoll: Photography Cement Precast Products Bank of Green Cove Springs Baker Loan Company -

Starke :Motor Court ()Appliances! Potentate J.P. Hall, Jr.. President lannah's 6fi" Service
l.oyree l.a.MerMuvie : Williams Neon Signsl.atimer George Rhoden Agency

Betty & Howard Oehler Kadcock FurniluieDale Carl's Garage Insurance Real Estate ,\ Friendtashinger's
IIro\\n.. : Carter! ,Ir, Tire Company

)ixie Motel Fullerton Furniture Odom's Department Store Orange Shop
Dr. O.L. I l.iy nes. ,Ir, London's! Beauty' !Shop' Sonny's Heal Pit BarBQUaldo & Appliances
lid & SW 13th Street Cal's Body ShopSpence's ,
C.11. Nasworthy \ & J Texaco
G"ardt'n Acres DeVaiie'n! Kentucky Fried ChickenBradford Clico Corner Gift Shop
CJ J :M A C Chevron Station OrchardIolt'l:

Winkler Electric I Inc :Merrill 1'.d"III'II'I Furniture Industries llendley Bakery
\\hitI' ":It'clrlcuto Parts
City CleikCharley Lowery Building Supply Inc. \be Cruesore
The Tackle Boxulla's Julian t.;. :McltaeI 5,11. Perl man
K. Johns AgencyJohnson's I Life of Georgialiradford Douglas & Son Builders Thrift Hardware bette Brown
Florist Lorvls Bucholz
'; Farm Supply AbstractW.T. The Office !Lounge Macclenny Motor Parts 'Valdo' Hardware &

Bert & Jerry's Trophies A.E. Meadow 'arm Supply
Sapp's! reed Store Jatkson. Inc (ialllt'1IIII't'0I1: Signs Alonzo Griffis

Vntern Auto Associate Store Railroad Contractor Baker's Fiber Shop (en's AntiquesShadrick's 1 !
Hammond's Discount House Refrigeration! Service Johnny Raulerson

larold Bishop llowi-n's Pest Control Business Finance, Inc. I I !
Sears Merchant Jim TarrantKdwards I Palm Lanes Harold Neumans
K.ilph Bryan Realty Frank's Radio & TV
Mr. & :Mrs. Wt'lsnt'r, Sr.
Dolph Reddish : Safely Service Sopwith Camel Flying Service Juanita's Flowers & Gifts
Sheriff P.I I & Itremla FarnsworthHosier's Gainesville Airport 375-133:1: Harold E. Burns
lobby's Iii I t e..1-Way
J.D. & Vernie Odom :M.utin Tackle, Inc. Richard i & Patsy Hunter
:\ :
: IolIUlIIl'ntlrst'ry
Hill's Van Service, Inc
"Horiland Realty Tim CareyRuth
Waldo Farmers AKIeaMjrkti. .
Tom Casey Brown's RefrigerationDtUilt John M. Brinkley Funeral Home
Bill's Standard Station Mipl.!' of SihoulsBiaiiding Jim Hall Paint Store Hall Undalse's
Beauty Salon
I'. Jones' Funeral Home Sands Motor Company
Sportsman's World Truck Stopempsey's ; Iron Restaurant Sl.uke & Keystone Heights University City Florist' B" II !Meat Tommy Johns iMIson Antiques

) Motel\l'\\: :MelliiMl Cleaners Florida Hock! Industries. Inc Western! Auto Joyce Truluck
('11''unl't''l'a'. Savings & Loan; Denny Concrete Division Oasis LoungeBegg's

Ziweiss Amoco Station Oil Williams Hardware Fraser
Buddy Register Company'leinple Funeral Home
George Koheits! Insurance & Gainesville Bonded Gulf Service I
Real'I'j.;,t a t'
Starke Auto & Truck Service \ :Motel : \\.irelicMise; Inc.Gainesville Lindsay Raker County Saw Shop KINGSLEY

;.5. Itrount
(
odd's Sunoco Tina HutRonnie '., leik: Circuit Couit ) Florist Bartlett Barber Shop White Auto Store LAKE

Thomas Auto Parts Cridgeon" 1 Maike; :Motor I'arls Gainesville Coca-Cola Bottling Co.Haalaniij Bradley Drugs T G & Y Strickland's LandingfORTHINGTON

:.N.\l\
tsars, Clark &: Cliff Oehler George Hicks Salvage( | \MiolesaleCenter Lewis Parks 121 .Standard Service

P.nil's Drive'ln Cleaners SPRINGS
:Noegel's Auto Sales :M & G I exuco Gainesville Marine Rhoden Barber Shop Catfish
1 Mark & Ke>stone Heights
Robert's Cash Feeds
Dwight Food & Scat Carl Elit'r", Denmark Kiirnilure Company cpsi Cola Bottling Company Ma>hew Drugs Karelle's.Town Shop .
Williams Town It Country:
\.,\ Rental Mike's: Painting (C'onlnictoi' Torixlc I Oil Company I Jeffcoat' Signs Brunsen Furniture Glen Cash Store Service Station
Glen St. Mary
J.K.: Hardy Auto Sale H.irperN Gulf Jimmy Bowen Uphanalu"lc: 'ompany Green Cove Package Store Seay's :Market
Nina
Beauty Shop
hiff of Police
Starke Auto Center Dr. & :Mis. UaymUhiffen It(' Bottler of Gainesville, Inc. NE Florida Equipment Glen St. !Mary Henry P. & II, A. Ellxson

'Iliomas 1 '
Realtystaike
F It L Fruits & Gift Fhe \\'Inds Lndgr: Ideal Laundry M.L. Wolgumuth Haywood Giddens Doc's Saw ShopMidFlorida
Glen St.
Mary
Builders Supply
::101 Tavern :MiDon.nld'sKngle Ken's Repairs Hauling
Jimmy' \l\ure |L AKE BUTLE Glen Barber Shop

ttuckey'i :: Knniily Discount l'roieit t ";'III' i rr. Green Cove Title Company Glen SI. Mary RAIFORD
Glen GiecnIrene's; armerv It Dealers Bank III l.o Store

nornton It Son Salvage I I. Judge Kl/ie SandersGeorgiaFlorida; Anderson It Wilkes Attorneys Vic's !Meat Store! '
\ Ueaiily Shop Guaranty; Federal Glen St. Mary Po-Boy's Grocery
3.1 I Liquors & Lounge Saving! & Loan Blanding Dew, Inc. -
Sleepy' Hollow :Mi lelOwensJoist Mrs. J.E Harvey Green's Garage
Poultry SupplyHost \
Smith BrOIl Body Shop Andrews Drills Ben Meador Glen St. Mary
of Florida .
\\estern :MotelDurrance Debbie Green
Leon GriffU Si's AmocoJohnson : Employees of James Carey Florist Corner It Gift shop Dobb's Amoco ServiceHIGHLAND
Farm Bureau Insurance Real Estate
Craft Sa I" g ekN'recker5ervlce D.M.: IInlt' U ellDrillingLewis Pump & Supply I (;Grocery ". lluskey's LI quors.Superior Cleaners .. [

-rUtls- It Sons Fiberglas lng Faulkner's Realty Timber Company Inc.McCarthy's Uoin's Cabinets First Federal Savings& Loan Hazel Griffis Grocery
Paul & Irene Faulkner James Carey Real Estate of Lake City "- :Macclenny Branch Frank
Underwood Motel : Lake Butler Farm Center llerndon
Garage '
Charles Tltmus Joe's Commercial Raulenon
lorida. Bank Heilbron Springs Grocery Gene Eunice
at Starke
Crews Family
Continental Telephone Company Building Supply AirconditioningGRAHAM Sanderson

Wtthbone Fried Chicken Edwin: l C. McMurray ? AV FriendKEYSTONE
Thril', Parrish Food
Cash It Carry Shop Store THERESSA
lalne Thompson Real Estate BrokerRush's (

Dr. J.K.. Denmark Spires Store Starling's. Land ClearingJcsBlags Rale y'i Grocery
Bait & Tackle Supply y
Iggi Body Shop It Laundry "
Morris SUrllng .
I Andrews Drugs Norman's, Farm Produce .Market- Bush's Nursery Joe Shaw's Wrecker Service 3 T Shop HEIGHTS, .

Sonny's Fxt Boys' Rar-B 11 Tie James Watson Family Mr. and Mrs.. '
Nancy' Flowers Olin's Nubile Home Sales Jim's Furniture Watson's Egg Farm ... A.R. Klefer r.I r.-


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Old 14 Ft. .
2"Alligato-
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," Taken in Little Santa Fe Lake 'I


I

n

Thomas Edison had just the hide from the time it is

invented the incadescent captured through the pur-
bulb..Rutherford B. Hayeswas chasing and processing of
serving as the 19th the hides. There are also

President of the United ,specific skinning instruc

States..the Town of Melrosewas tions issued
still unfounded, and The
'The licensed hunter is also
Bradford County Telegraph,
. regulated as to where he is
in its 98th
was
now year, yet
allowed to skin it and in the
unborn when this monstrous
manner in which it is to be
first
515-pound alligator,
broke from its egg and done. This changes with -
i I slithered into the murky special instructions each

waters of Santa Fe Lake. month.

Now the "boss 'gator" has He is not allowed to keep ,.agrl'rt ,

passed into history, snared bya any portion of the reptile,
dead chicken on a barbed except for the meat and only
hook set for him at the end of he and his immediate familyare
Ida Phillips' dock on Little allowed that delicacy.
e Lake Santa Fe where the
Measurements of the total
giant reptile had been hangingout ?II tiiilitrelyi
length, snout vent length, w
Scene Our Grandchildren frightening and making the a neighborhood nuisanceof inout-to eye, sex etc., are
recorded each
on gator.
himself generally.In .
Their stomachs are preserved -
Will Never
Enjoy accordance with state in alcohol and turned

regulations, now governingthe over to the game com-
The sound of a fish striking the top of the water could be heard for miles when this removal or killing of alli- mission for research. The

photograph was taken by Hoover Brothers Studio more than half a century ago. Now the gators from Florida waters, liver bile of some gators is
grass has been chewed out by speedboats and oily film covers much of the water surface. Mrs. Phillips notified the taken to the University of
Take this image with you to bed tonight and dream of the days when pollution was Just Game Commission office in Florida for research purposes -

another word in the dictionary. Lake City, who relayed the .

information to Don Morgan,
After enough hides have
Keystone' Heights architectand been accumulated, with
sportsman, who is a state-
each having his
own
trapper
licensed contractor, qualifiedto
bin, and the auction is held,
kill who have
alligators
the receive the
EDITORIALS been problems trappers
tagged as or
nuisances.For proceeds of the sale.

several alligatorswere "Hides usually go from$15 ,
years
protected from huntersas to $30 a foot," said Morgan (
but pointing out that the belly +tSw r j
an endangered species,
side of the gator and under 1,
started
A ValuesIn after they in becoming Florida his arms are the most valu- Don Morgan licensed alligator trapper and his hunting companion. Kr\in Tries look in

Question of waters prolific, the again rules were relaxedto able parts. awe at the 14-fl., 2-ln. alligator harvested from Little Lake Santa Fe after becoming a I

allow removal or killing of nuisance and a danger to residents of the area. Estimated: to be over HH years old. the \ ,

tions'gators and under under certain strict condi-state spotting For the time nights spent spent in gator's true age Is being determined' through tests" conducted at the University of Florida. .

supervision.An stalking the prey, and "This Is a means of protecting

Jacksonville, asthmatic patients President Gerald Ford's "kiss of death" hardly time, this could the gators In- w4r' '

experienced severe breathing problemsand environmental message when he paid lip avid hunter, Morgan a profitable pro- directly,"said Morgan the ,
volunteered for duty as one of fession. program, "by removing the
gardeners noted plant service to "environmental progress"while
foliage
the six licensed "gator bothersome ones. It prevents ,
splotched and bleached by air pollution.In advocating compromise and removers" in a six-county But it is one that Morgan indiscriminate killing and is H .

the Tampa bay area, hospitals and "stretching out" the environmental area, and was assigned the job enjoys not only for the beneficial to the gator ,
after months of excitement of matching his himself he added.
doctors offices reported hundreds of timetable.Mr. investigationand ,
wits against the gators, but ,
screening by the Game
children and adults treated for
upper Commission.He from the conservationists "There are five in Lake
respiratory infectionsalso a result of Carter, by contrast vigorously viewpoint. Geneva that need to be

the atmospheric inversion that last week resists environmental slowdown, is allowed to use only "Gators contribute to there," he added. "They do -_!

caused these areas to be blanketed challenging business and industry to three methods in capturing his nature's life cycle and are a more "good than the swim r,
by bow and arrow, 1
under the most intense ozone pollutionever achieve necessary growth without such prey harpooning, or by baiting The necessary "part of our en- mers.

experienced in Florida.In delaying tactics. He points out that since use of rifles is forbidden over vironment, Morgan said. Morgan does not answer
the oil businesses have the water except in special "They remove gar fish \
embargo, many turtles and other sick and all calls directly. He is noti-
the meantime, Congress continuedto already proved that energy growth cases. wounded water life," he fied by the game com- ,

dally while President Carter met CAN be reduced while maintaining Morgan prefers to use the added. mission on complaints !

environmental issues headon in a hard economic growth. bow and arrow, but the wiley
He also pointed out that Complaints by local resi- I
hitting message touching on nearly gator eluded him in the dark
the majority of the larger dents must be called in to the
.
everything from motorcycles and dune Much of the current argument over waters, so he finally resortedto alligators, which seem to be Game Commission at a toll rJr .. r- }* }
buggies to redwood forests environmental protection is Actually hqok and line, using chicken,' "J r :posing most of the problems, free number, 18003428105. I
for bait. Don Morgan shows width of alligator's large
males.
debate over values. For instance- a are foot. This was Us first gator taken from Lake 1"I/ "I
The thrust of Carter's message' is his luxury car more valuable than clean air? Like the other gators (this '., : j
firm belief that protection of the environment makes the Kprnnri nut nf _
boat to beprized
is not incompatible with Is an oil-exuding power more Santa Fe, five out of Kirby f I II
than a clean lake for fish to breedin Lake from $
one WashingtonLake
economic growth of the nationbut swim in? Is throw. County Agents '
and children to a and one from Geneva) By
rather it is essential to such growth. He away bottle and beer can more desirable he will be tagged, skinned, k

noted that pollution control laws have than an unlittered landscape? packed in salt and taken to notebook BoblTaylor' f V I
generated many more jobs than they the Wildlife Research Centerin

have cost and predicted that if we At last weekend's spring conventionof Gainesville.The : :

continue to ignore the care and the Florida Press Association, Lou gators are kept there I

protection of our environment the day Harris whose syndicated polls are a until enough skins have been -
health accumulated and then they Looks like our drought is Pastures have suffered
will come when our our ,
economy 1
national weathervane,of public opinion, are auctioned off to the about over, Some areas of our throughout our area. Lack of
and our much-valued "life style" will told Florida newsmen that recent highest bidder. county still need some rain, grass and hay production 1i

suffer for that neglect.In surveys indicate Americans are but even these areas are in might not show up as a big loss i
concerned with There are only two better shape than they were until later this fall when hay ,
increasingly :
making his point Mr. Carter said: becoming federally licensed companies last week.It might be short and market '
the quality of their lives and less intenton in the United States to _
be than
calves
"I believe that environmental protectionis of is difficult to determine might lighter +k -"I!rt !
and possession skins, but
consumption purchase alligator normal.
with sound actual losses from -
consistent a dry .
economy -.
also :.:
.
material goods.An foreign companies may -J .. 3>
weather in
Previous pollution control laws have bid for the hides. a general area Some gardens and small

generated many more jobs than they overwhelming number of those This program is so highly and because different of the stage different of growth.crops truck affected farms by have dry also weather.been Morgan found it impossible to turn this huge specimen i\
have cost. And other environmental However it to over by himself and had to enlist! the help later of his cohort
is figurethe
surveyed expressed "deep skepticism of regulated that it would be easy Vegetables like beans, okra,
measures whose time has come-- the nation's capacity for unlimited impossible for poachers to loss on a particular farm peas and squash have been Ervin Triest.
'measures like energy conservation, take alligators and try to sell because you can use past less plentiful than usual this
and also "a
reclamation of strip-mined lands, and economic.growth" placed their hides. It has been, and production records and costs time of year. These shortages !
rehabilitation of our citieswill producestill higher priority on improving human and still Is, illegal for the aver- and evaluate damage in a usually cause higher pricesfor UTTERS.SOMEONE
I
often where social relationships and the quality of age hunter to take alligators particular field. the product that is .
more new jobs, they American l life than on merely raising the since 1962. They have beenon Some corn and vegetable available. I have heard that j1

are needed most. In any event if we standard of living." the "endangered" specieslist growers in the Brooker area okra has sold for as much as SHOULD ONE PROBLEM

ignore the care of our environment, the since 1973 but were have had some big losses this $1.00 per pound and peas have HELD ACCOUNTABLE BEING SOLVED
day will eventually come when our moved to the "threatened"list year. Others, especially those brought seven and eight
The most encouraging thing about just this last January.A will be dollars per bushel.
economy suffers from that neglect"Just with irrigation systems Dear Sir: Dear Editor:
President Carter's environmental arrives with the better off, and hopefully will .
message is that it is being followed up permit tag for a particular get at least average Some of these prices might I think there should be an The purpose of this letter is
three days after the President seem a little out of line to investigation of the Rt. 16 to inform your staff and the
action. His administrationis with production. ,
with and this
delivered his message the U.S. House of positive gator, tag stays! some folks, but when project. Anyone that would good people of Starke that .

''Representatives rejected amendmentsto working for strengthened provisionsin R1S::::S:VSil4V'l'VGVdV: V 1SN11 ':;'IXo":>S:" production or yield Is off, a take a perfectly good highway problem No. 3 mentioned in

Air Act of 1970 that would the kind of stripmining control grower really needs this kind !and ruin it needs to be investigated your article dated May 12, t
the Clean legislation that Republican President of price many times just to : 1977. entitled ""Problems
have applied stricter limits to hazardous Gerald Ford vetoed. And these efforts break even. Problems Who's Got the ,
. automobile exhaust fumes, which are Rt. 225 from Lawtey to Kt. Problems:", is ,currently
/ responsible for the ozone paid off last week when both houses of Dry weather has also had 16 was done about a year ago being resolved. :
largely Congress passed new legislation in this rr it's affect on lawns and or and already its like a wash- .
r pollution hitting Florida metropolitanareas field. namentals. Seems like many board and the other roads Mr. Robert Schneider
last week. Ozone gas is formed w lawns are two months behindin that have the same surfaceare Director of Manufacturing at t

when exhaust gases from vehicles react growth and appearance, full of pot holes. If it was Cadillac Manufacturing I
oxides in the presence of President Carter was voicing the and some folks have had to done for safety, why not do Rt. Company, first alerted me of :
with nitrogen resulting product is often hopes and beliefs of millions of mow only once or twice this 301 and the rest of the roads. the situation by letter last I .
The
sunlight. Americans when he said: This is no year. Lawns are somewhatlike August. Since then -we have
called "smog. time for those of us who love God's earth animals in that they seem Someone has to be been corresponding and "
susceptible to responsible and held accountable toward and
Instead of adopting the needed and the beauty of it, the purity of the air "''" WONDERTHIS : IFrr to insects be more and diseases when for such a stupid working solution for all concerned.equitable The '

amendments the House voted insteadfor and water to compromise or to retreat, they are in a weakened con- and ignorant act. lengthy delay in negotiations 1 I

weaker. delayed .controls on car or to yield in any possible measure to the IS V HATMBANT cRANOadj dition. Even though we are Morris Carter,Jr. has primarily been to his t
advocated by Republican devastation or deterioration of the getting some much needed Rt. 2, Box 93A Starke plant. However, 1 have I
emissions, / rain, these afternoons and Starke, Fla. been informed that Mr. I
Representative James T. Broyhill of quality of our lives or our environment. j; By MY ... evenings thundershowers also Shulevitz visited Starke on i I

North Carolina who said "We want bring ideal conditions for May 11. I am expecting.., to
clean air, but we have other social The time is rather for attackattack !t" "HERITAGt\\ 39i insects and disease. You seen in short mown grass or, received word from Cadillac i \

around in Cadillacs' on all fronts-- local state and nationalinan should be on the look-out for newly planted areas These any day, thus a solution to j
Like riding burrows also be felt when '
goals. can
effort to for future generationsthe mole crickets, chinch bugs, problem No. 3. .
perhaps? save sod web worms and other you walk across a heavily I''
environmental benefits that we have caterpillars. Also look for the infested area. I would like to state that the

,Mr. Broyhill is following the well- enjoyed and are only now beginning to CAet'M"r ti;; start of diseases like brown Chinch bugs are serious owner of said property has not ', ..
and
tactics set by Republican lose. patch, dollar spot and leaf St. Augustine contacted the City Council t
worn delaying pests only on authorized clearing of abovementioned f
; grass.. They suck the plant lot with full re-
spot.Mole t
+I crickets most juices from grass resulting in of .
Jtt are hnbursement .expenses.Michael :
2d to brownish patchesin
oRIz BRADFORD C0 r. & active at night, especially yellowish lawn These injured :I
ti r.i the .
!.\. Maruca
T r-SlnlJ 1819- ?y p after a rain or irrigation. They areas are often first notified !
will come to the surface and Property Representative I
I t make burrows in the upper along edges of lawns. 26602 Otay Circle i

inch or two or the soil. disease Brown patch that is produces a fungus Mission Viejo.Califf't t f

0 0 y isqNr r! 1 ,nlu; rilji'pYr: Damage to lawn grass and irregularly shaped brown f, .L
t-n"::: e78 BOB, G. FEOOlAiollf-'JOHN M. MIUER I p ,iitt 1 rr.:; rrf.l, other plants is primarily spots from I inch to several

1'10'" Publishers r.. 1 t. r. ... .11N.N through feeding on the roots, feet in diameter. The disease :::1

I pViuiihad';' each Thursday end entered a*'second Qaas Matter at the Poet Office at blarto.'Ra. under but their burrowing loosensthe appears rapidly during ]
soil and causes the plantsto periods of high humidity.Be .

Aclof March. 3:',1879' SubacriptiOf'ltatllnlradeareat7perv-t4IiXmoI'Ithu': .... either dry out or become the look out for these The lint 'men to identify,,,(
, ,. The on cells through the mwro-, .
completely plant
t4.5OIbll'1oothl.I y uprooted. ,
$8
1 .Outside trade area, : per year; .; pests and call or come by your'
1 ** r Starke, burrows of mole crickets are scope wit >n English scientist
Fl.
Phone 964-6306' : inch In County Agents office if you Robert .
about 1-8 to 1-4 named Hook TIM 1 ;
have questions or problems,
diameter and can be easily year was 1666, '

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Gridders 1 And 1 I .Norman's Takes Second In Gainesville Tourney g

I The second place trophy
Norman's Farm Softball Sunday Norman had17 hits as Orlando Action Datsun put donated by Shuford's Am-
In JamboreeThe o< f f.i I team took second place In the they went on to beat the an end to Norman's title hopes moco in Lawtey went to the
Gainesville Memorial Day Spirits of Green Cove Springs with a 0-0 win in the finals. City Radiator Gremlins of

get the Bobcats on the score Tournament against some 107.Norman's In a tournament held earlier Tampa.
Tornadoes won one and hoard .i g't4s stiff competition from around got to avenge in Starke sponsored( by
lost one in Friday's Jamboreein theirearlier defeat by sending Norman's Farm the Budget
The bobcats got the ball the state. The Rebels of Jacksonvillewon
Gainesville but had back on the first play J Norman's had to take the- -the Stars packing with 8-1 Rent-a-Car Blazers from the third place trophy
problems, on offense in bothgames. following the kickoff when *" back door in to the finals after victory.In Jacksonville took home the donated by Sawyer Slade Gas
losing the first 8.3 to the first place trophy donated by
Norman and Tyson had game the third Sunday Appliances.
In the Santa game
opener against the Florida Bank at Starke.
I problems on a pitch out and Tallahassee Stars, and Norman's had to late
Fe the Tornadoes were out. rY"Rys quell a .. hers
gained ii-llt: ( in yardage but the Bobcats recovered the ball bracket.dropping in to the losers rally by the Zandareetes of -llll no flee -

won 3-0 in a tie breaker on a 14 on the 25.! I Apopka and won 10-9 on a '
yard lield goal by Marcus The Bobcats t tried a field Norman's got back on track seventh inning rally. PANELING CENTER
Cruce 30.Santa goal from the 3(1( that was no and picked up wins over the As the day went on Sundaythe !
Fc picked up most of Rood and gave/: the Tornadoesa St. Petersburg Zodiacs andMargo's games didn't get any ,
x of Orlando and ad- I
its yardage on one play Ezra; second chance.The easier for Norman's Farm as
Williams ran for 20(; yards on Tornadoes surprisedthe vanced to Sunday's com they were forced into nine 4'x8'.,
the first play of Santa Fe's Bobcats with a halfback petition. innings to beat the Skeeters of I I
I'SHEETS
In the first of five
second The |pass Irom Marvin Tyson to j games on Gainesville 2-1. .
possession. .... 1
Raiders marched nil the |avid Walker that was good -
way I II iI
to the 19 where the Tornadoes lor 13: yards and a I first down I ', r I
tightened up to stop the drive. hut two plays later another I''
fumble gave the ball back to I'I I
Huns by !Marvin Tyson and Huchholz. .. \la' I Beat The Heat I I ,
(Doug Reddish gave the Tornadoes Willie Brown tried twice to '" 1
'
their only first down on run against( the Tornadoes I I IVAUGHNJOHNSON
the first possession. A !second without success but on third Pn.w. 1
drive was stalled on u holding) down he gave the ball to
call which nmllified( a first 1 Harris who ran 18 yards for a f? s, R Buy It Baked
down yardage pass from I first down. y
Jeffery Norman to Kenny Bui'hhoU tried three limes See Us For Your Kitchen
Italrigue.i' to against the Tornadoesand ___ ,
pass W" "" .:. :.
:\ Against lUichhothe! then brought in kicker 'M" Cabinet Needs j j

showby Tornadoes James laced Harris..a one-ntau Jim yard(;:lield lillt'vho goal kicked to give a :I4 Marvin Tyson: Has The Hall ''i 4Ea(Q DaE54E3 ? EUJIJIY E ( i

The first time Harris i'.iu-liliiil/ KM victory CO. .
touched I the hall he ran. In other games Kastsido: Jarred Loose
through. (1\('I' anti around dropped 1 games: to Santa (Ke Against; It it c hint Is 138 E. Call St. 964.5890 Tf'' 964-5711"
defenders to pick up -Hi! v.inls. and (iaincsvillc I ugh In the 1..140. S, Thompson_ _Starke_ irooo oo oII
ear ea-
Harris, carried the hall
everyplay I null game Hucliholz's Harris
for Huchhol/ in the first ran a touchdown on he( first
possession and scored, a |play ul an overtime to beat
touchdown Irom I the three to daincsMlle High( !1:1-11:) (



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thiSliirke Kecri'ation Department Greg! (Franks and Tom
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Games I this \\eek- for :the :Merchants.
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tile lor basement in he( collected:;lilts 17 of them lor SHIRT DENIMJEANSJAMBOREE
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Lawtey singles and a double in his ) $599
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Daryl/ Milliard picked Choose from dress, & :
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two singles and .1 i home run Thl'll: / slits had their of-
and I Dennis (l'ra1111'11 Frank tense in high gear getting 19 S M l XL MEN'S BOY'S OR YOUTH'S
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lYruKirvis. and Gary :Norman: I bases.! Donald Wheeler had FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY!
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Misfits hitters\ ith two home the !Misl'its play Lawtey On \ $
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More Than 200Honored4t Spring Sports BanquetThis




year's( spring sports standing cheerleader for 1976- Boys Basketball Other varsity basketball Michael Jackson, Kinky Golf William Cooper, Kenneth Boys Tennis
banquet Bradford All sponsored by the 77. players honored were: Kenny Mike Kitchens, Mark Cruger, Darrell Davis, Isaiah
the Sports in Club) was Varsity cheerleaders Freddie Aldridge was a Aycox, Rowland Cummings, Mosey, Pat Mundorff, Jeff Scott Roberts walked off Jenkins, Bernard Johnson, John Samons won the most
largest the
with event's honored were: Sharon Crosby- double winner in the basket- Ronnie Hall, Chris King, Billy Norman, Jimmy Prevatt, with both trophies for the golf John Lewis,John Miller, John outstanding award for Boys
history honored.All over. 200 athletes captain, Shan Edwards ball awards for '76-77 Ricks and David Walker. Jackson Prevatt, Doug team. Roberts had the lowest Riggs, Dale Rogers, Marvin Tennis.
being Marie Ferguson, Neva Jane Aldridge,a first team all-area Junior varisty basketball Reddish, Gene Tanner and average and won the trophy Sanders, Avery Shell, Curtis I
other participants than football in sports Flynn, Brenda Roberts, Gayle player, won trophies as the players honored were: Kevin Tillman. for most improved. Shell, Martin Slocum, Vernon Others honored were: Terry
honored with were Shuford and Kathy Teston. most outstanding player.and Frazier Bass, Glen Carter, Snell, John Tatum, Barry Carver, Steve Griffis, David
and special awards Junior varsity cheerleaderswere the best foul shooter. Dwayne Cummings, Bruce Mrs. Lavonne Jackson was Other golfers honored were: Thomas, Marvin Tyson, Harley, Carlos Hernandez,
athletes.trophies going to some also honored at the Donley, Kevin Miller, Tony honored as scorekeeper and Richard Gaines, Lee Casey, Stanley Williams and Donald Chub Johnson, Robbie Pierce,
dinner. They were: Jana Jay Godwin received the Robinson, Ben Ross, Fred Kelvin Cruger was honored as John Valinskl, Joe Valinskl, Wilson. Kenny Rodrigue and Tom
Godwin-captain, Cathy Smith- Sportsmanship trophy. David Sanders, Curtis Shell and manager. and Wade Winkler. Williams.
Cheerleaders co-captain, Vickie Corbett, Walker was honored for being Chuck Colbert.
Harriet Hamm, Belinda the leading rebounder. Kenny Managers Kelvin Crugerand Girls Cross Country The Veterans Administration -
Rhonda Harrell won the Kilby, Tina Norman, Sylvan Hampton won the trophy for Kevi Hamm and score- Girls Softball Girls Track construction plans
award for being the most out Williams and Kelly Woodham. the most assists. Griffith the
keeper Donald Hamilton were Cindy won for fiscal year 1977 include a,
'''' also honored The girls Softball team that Discus thrower Mary Berry award for most outstandingrunner $10 million computer center
had a 12-0 regular season took the award for most outstanding on the girls cross at limes, 111.
Girls BasketballThe record had co-winners for the in field events while country team.
i-a sw most outstanding player Cindy Griffith won the trophy
best team in almost 20 award. Dana Dyal and for outstanding runner on the
Other honored Laura
were:
years was honored in girls Cassandra Johnson were both girls track team. Iorida
Chase Coltrane,
Frances
basketball. This year's squadwas winners of the award
# the best in 20 years be- Virginia Crawford Ruth
Nancy McNeal won the Hazen, Nancy Hildreth, Elise i Ld.itheatre
I ..........: > .,J cause it's the first one since Dora Triest won the award award for most improved and Johns, Nancy McNeal, Merri ;
< 1958.
: Leading scorer and team for best attitude. Linda Richardson won the Ormsbee, Lynn Pierce, Linda '_______5T.t 964 5051 ./
% Coaches Award for most Richardson and Robin Sch-
Cassandra Johnsonwas
leader
k Other players honoredwere dedication and sacrifice. 5 -
1 --tt. i, the winner of the most : Susan Blalcok, Denise weda. pAYs

outstanding player award. Decandio Frances Coltrane, Others honored were: Judy Williams was honoredas -FRI. -th.u..TuES. ,
Judy Williams won the Carol Ann Hall, Fayon Antonette Bright, Linda I
manager.
award for being the best Hawkins, Betty Jean Hudson, Budget, Laura Chase, The one and only
W shooter, and Betty Jean Sylvia Jenkins, Emma Frances
,; 1 Coltrane Virginia Volleyball real live Evel Knievel
Hudson received a trophy for
Murphy, Terri Parrish, Crawford, Carolyn Gomes,
t rr W 1t being the best rebounder. Marian Puttman and Phyllis Deborah Gomes, Citilia Cassandra Johnson and in his first

Frances Coltrane won the Sharpe. Hawkins, Fayon Hawkins, Dana Dyal won MVP honorsin dramaticmovie .
award for most assists.
t \r honoredwere Angela Jenkins, Betty Jean girls volleyball for 1977. .
Other players Also honored were manager Hudson, Sammie Lind, Freda .
: Mary: Berry, Susan Kelvin Cruger and score- McDougald, Joy Mains, Others honored were Janice -
Blalock, Citilia! Hawkins, and Joy keeper !Mrs. Debra Alvarez. Emma Murphy, Merri Orm- Berry, Carolyn Gomes, role. :
Mains Emma
Murphy, 7' sby, Linda Sawyer, Robin Deborah Gomes, Myra .
Denise Revel. II\ I 1 Schweda, Cathy Smith, Nancy Hankerson Betty Jean
Junior varsity players "J' 1 Sylvester, Valeria Chandlerand Hudson, Emma Murphy,
"&,' honored were: Sandra Bar .... 1
Henderson.
Judy Esther Robinson, Phyllis
nes, Sarah Biggs, Valeria ,f Sharpe and Carolyn Williams. ..... I
Chandler, Sandra Darley, Denise Revel and Brenda -
Janett Easley, Andrea Eaves, Randolph were honored as Sandra Barnes and Sherri VBVAKNaEVEEL I
Janice Jockel, Linda Sawyerand managers. s
Chandler were honored as '
Carolyn Williams.Scorekeeper !
Rodney Track managers.
Boys
:- : Heastie and managers Eva "f" .. RATEO PG-
u u.. b'I Pete and Myra Hankersonwere David Carter won the MVP Girls Tennis
also honored. award in track while Ricky
This years basketball trophies went to: .. .: f Johns won the most out- Lynn Pierce won the most OOIFnSo.t 1 1Dri
Front How: Frances Coltrane, Cassandra Johnson and !Belly Jean Hudson.Secoiul Weightliftlng t I'r J. standing award for boys cross outstanding award for girls
tow: Kenny lIa mplon. Freddie Aldrlde! and Judy Willla illS, Sam Bennett won the trophyas :, :, ,//I> country. tennis while Pam Tucker was ve

'77 the weightlifting outstanding team.lifter on the ; ..... -.... Bobbie Smith won the Award.the winner of the Coaches ]inSTAII.r

Other lifters were: Budd award for best in field events X41'.iut
Belanger Lawrence Budget, and Freshman Richard Smith
Jimmie Clark. Steve Earnest, won the Coaches Award for Others honored were: Cathy

Tim Gaskins, John Griffis, ,..... .. If I I.tv :i 1k'- his dedication in distance Futch, Jana Godwin, Elise "THEPiNK
Tim Jones,' Robert Milner, 7 I* ;" irs'' running. Johns Janice Jockel. Merri I IPWVISIOM'
Alan Montgomery, Kevin -. : :, .... L.J.I Ormsbee Nancy Payne, PANTHER If
Neel, James Norman, .I 1 J _., -.....- Other honored were: David Cassie Riddick, Donna f
Lawrence Patrick, Charles Scott Roberts won both Golf Baldwin, Franklin Bell, John Samons, Robbin Wadsworth STRIKES AGAIN'I
Bennett, Essau Bright, David I
Register, Edward Saxon, trophies for 1977. and Judy Williams.
Carter, Keith Carter, Jimmie
Martin Slocum, Randy
I COUMnMllI United!)Anttlsea |

Thompson and Mike Vanzant. __ e'_-Clark,---"Johnnie -Cooper- _.., _'U" ..__._.__. OlL I e:,-

U-$ ,, WrestlingJoe

11J } ; Lazenby, who finished I \
> :rr fifth in the state in his weight 1rc
class, was honored as the ,
most valuable wrestler of
1977.
Alan Montgomery receivedthe
most improved wrestler Stirs: or{; U
4 awardfand Charlie Revel won 0'j
f the sportsmanship trophy. .,,J
Other wrestlers honoredwere ,
\ : William Aldridge, Erie
\j
Biggs, Kenneth Cruger, !
Tommy Meng, Kirk Minton, j
Mike Muse, Henry Pete,
Johnnie Sheffield, Bobby ,
t Smith, Martin Slocum and I
w f Raymond Trainor. r sr ;' oHE I I

Baseball 'S .-.

Charlie Revel's batting AND
t. of ,333 won the trophyfor
average
r' -
high average in baseball ')
and Richard Hall won the ]Jl.
Baseball and Softball award winners are:
Front How: Dana Uval and Cassandra Johnson. trophy for best attitude.
i !Back How: Richard flail, Dora Triext and Charlie (level. I)>'al and Johnson were also winners Other players honoredwere
of trophies for volleyball : Kenny Aycox, Charles -- -- mm yr \
Colbert, Marcus Cruce, Tennis award winners were:John Samons, Pam Tucker and Lynn Pierce I
ANXIOUSWe


Gatorettes


Host Get A Big Bang I;


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TourneyThe ivh Out Of Doing Your Printing i


Gatorettes* are sponsor. '
ing a Class "A" tournamentthis I

Park.weekend Westside t We Specialize In Letterheads ) )

The games begin Friday at / t1 :

7:30 Saturday: p m and The will Domino's go all day and re & Envelopes ,\_ I

MacDonalds are both enteredin
the 10 team line up. Business Forms
Teams from Palatka.Green .
.., Cove Springs and Lake Butler %. I.. q
will be entered in the tourna }
ment. r t Booklets f d

A donation of $1.00 buys a
weekend! pass. '
,I( Programs I
r

I ,Carbonless Forms And \
and Charlie Revel won .
Sam Bennett won the weightlifling trophy while Alan Montgomery
Dixie Youth Fund "._"1"" /shin. .

Drive A SuccessDixie -- .- You Name It We Will Print It


Youth Baseball teams / : a \
THE
had a very successful FundRaising FUNERALThe

Drive this year. For Additional Information
;
Thirty-five of the boys broughtin

orders for 505 jars of pop funeral represents a purposeful opportunity to reflect on the meaning of ,
corn and 124 assortment a life that hat been lived and to determine the impact of that
meaning for those I
of light bulbs. The
packages
whocontinu,.There is Call 964-6305 -
Dixie Youth cleared approximately no single proper funeral service. It is a time for human
$700.00 on the "hal'inin| its deepest sens*. You and the ones you love are at the very centerof
drive. the funeral process. -

The top two sellers Mike The chokes you make regarding funeral service will determine iU significance -
Chappell with 54 items sold for you.
iI. and Richie Fender with 52 It !Is the goal of the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home to ,
create a climate in
received new gloves. One was which the bereaved can confront the reality of death and healthfully express (LEEWR1LE] ( ] ] / :

Company presented and by the the other Princeton by the this their! collective grief at the irrevocable end of a valued relationship.It is within il

Recreation Board. temporaryaring community of family, minister, and this funeral home ,
staff that family and friends have
The top 12 sellers Mike the opportunity to encounter each other at
e
Chappell, Richie Fender the deepest levels! and find mutual ,ustenance.DeWITT t er


Andrew Dyal Epps Curtis Billy Strickland Aaron Griffin,Michael Blaine Bobby [9i3UIU(3I( ( ] "


Colvin Johnson, ,Robbie Alan Prevail Boone, Jeff and C. JONES FUNERAL HOME a-.

all treated ,
Kenny DeWitt were .

4 j. to Wednesday dinner at MacDonald'a May 25th. last t ,Starke| .904-6200. ; .. )Keystone' Hilts.. 473-3176: \ ,

Twenty-two boys received 135 W. Call St.: Starke, Fla. : ; ,ti. :
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'baseballs for selling' 15 items ,, :
or more.
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Madison Street Still vM .. [ate f 'TAREr r / It t

f s'r t'r ',

Leads Church MenMadison i! 1 ,:

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Street Baptist Leading hitters were Ricky ,
f .1.71 l
yai M
picked up a win this week to Norman with a double and a m J VA ?
remain in first place in Men's single Wade Winkler two
Church League slow pitch singles and a home run,
Softball sponsored by the Randy Crews had two singles !
Starke Recreation Depart. and a double. Jerry Blalock et
ment. had a double and a single yr3WI teaN'14 d
In games this week: Chuck Colbert had a triple anda .,":'
Presby H-Morgan lid 3 double and Jerry Sullivanhad
Morgan proved it isn't to be two doubles. b ,
taken lightly, even though in For First Baptist Gary i Yt
last place, and gave First Grable had two singles and a e ?
Presbyterian a tough fight double Jay Godwin had two "
before falling 83. singles, and Corban had a
Morgan Road out hit triple and a single.1st I
Presbyterian 9-8 but six in- V. ,
field errors proved to be they Baptist 13-Grace 5
difference.For Grace had some good hitting ,
Presbyterian Pete but left nine men M '
.. "
Pucket had two doubles and a stranded as they dropped a 13-. :. single and Bruce Jackson hada 5 decision to First Baptist.
triple and a single. First Baptist had only one .: ., '. ,( > ?"S"'
For Morgan Road David more hit but took better advantage ': ." ... '.
Gaines had a double and a of the hits and were ( ':: ,

single and Bud Bayles had two helped by five Grace errors. < J;( I: JMw.. H
singles. .' YrOltt
Drew Barry led First .;' .'
Madison St.ZO-GraceZ Baptist hitters with two home .
Madison Street held Grace runs and a double, Paul .,..,.),t-
I tojustfourhitsingaininga202 Carter had two singles and a t'f 'wtr
victory. double Jimmy Prevatt and .'
The top six batters for Greg Alvarez had a double ,." ..-. ':. -
Madison Street pounded out 15 and a single each and Gary _> '"
hits. P.O.Cain had a home run Grable and Bob Milner had .,' f ..
and a double, Stewart Duncan two singles each. "or;' '

had two doubles and a single, M ,. 1IfI '.. ,
Eddie Blalock had a double. League standings have -

and two singles Joey Bennett Madison Street in first, Lt. Lane Sibley had a one man operation In getting the gators' head into the noose'but gettingthe
had a home run and a single, Presbyterian second, Senior
big reptile up the creek bank was a Job for four men and a Jeep.
Wayne Teston had two Boys third First Baptist A
doubles and Lamar Williamshad fourth Grace fifth and
two doubles and a triple. Morgan Road sixth.
Gator Is Attraction.
Sr. Boys IH-lst Baptist9 Big ........
The Senior Boys held First On June 2, Morgan Road TtJw -
Baptist to just one run in the plays Madison St. and Presby-
last !lour innings as they wenton terian takes on the Senior By Gary Kirkland but the price of the show was swimming hole Tuesday af- ,-- _
to win 189. Boys. On Tuesday, June 7, BCTStafr Writer TrSf'gator' ternoon in -
Alligator Creek
The Senior Boys out hit Grace plays Morgan Road and A big bull Bator added a sighted by 1I -
First Baptist by the same Presbyterian plays Madison little excitement to a quiet three boys as they came to near the Bradford Square I-
figures as the score, 189. Street. Tuesday afternoon in Starke their favorite fishing and shopping center, right outside
-
... I1a When the Gator was first pulled to the band It rolled over and over trying to slip from the rope.
(lollh'64hrf fNYIT1ii E LE On sale Thursday Before the jaws were tied spectators could hear the drum like boom of the gators jaws snapping
... shut.
64 5&U: : P = ..... Friday and SaturctaY!

w'r7 prfc l I abvtry I_1L11 l.LJ4J ...At Starke Shopping Centerthe

prkaB! lESJ tE_

window of Jackson's worried about them,"Jackson jeep pulled him to the top of
Building Supply the bank to await the arrivalof
Bill Seay, David Vickeryand said.Patrolman Ricky Bennettwas the Florida Fresh Water
Dewayne Mitchell were the first policeman to Fish and Game Commission.A .
Prices smashed! just getting ready to enjoy arrive on the scene. quick measurement
their favorite spot when they "When they said gator I proved what the crowd already -
noticed what at first they, expected something small, not knew, this was a "big"
thought was a big log laying in one like this," Bennett said Ita tor. From nose to tail he
the creek but a closer look revealed after the capture.Lt. measured 12'4" with an
that the log had eyes Lane Sibley was the next estimated weight of over 41111< )
Record breaking savings of up to 32% and a big set of teeth. officer to arrive and he Ibs. Across t the back he
The boys got an extra close worked out the battle plan to measured 20" with a four inch
i look at the gator by wading in capture the beast. Sibley space between the eyes.
the shallows near the hole managed to slip a rope around As the gator set tied on the
where the gator lay sub- the gator's upper jaw. bank the crowd of more than
: qI Y': merged. They even pulled When the gator felt the rope 100 who had gathered to watch
I Vickery's dog from the water tighten he churned the water the capture got a closer look at
I near the gator when it jumpedin white trying to get away and the animal. Kids got to touch
,I the creek. when he was pulled to the the loose skin of the neck, see
\ Rick Jackson from nearby beach he flipped over and over ,the-eyes blink,and inspect the
:/ Jackson's Building Supply trying to slip from the rope. teeth that were exposed from
notified police about the With the help of David the upper jaw,
situation."I Newham and George Ricks, A close inspection of the
saw those kids going Sibley got the creature's back gator's back revealed three
through the creek and I was legs tied and with the aid of a old bullet wounds in the tough
hide but the large reptile was
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................... otherwise in good shape
When Jim Ilubncr of Game
I -Commission arrived from the

SA W 4.00 SAVE4.o0 SA VE 1.00 it's Lake-City office he had bad
HOP8ACK CAUALSotLUxi : news; the gator was too big to
3-BPEED FAN 36 LBS.14TH CHLORINE 24-OAL.GARBAGE CAN SCENIC PRINT SHIRT MEN DENIM JEANS NEWD : be let go and Would have to be

216.88 wAs29.88 : 4.96 344 DISC. 4.96 5.94aa.sd at the Q killed.Most of the audience- that

saner 20-Inch 'eeI M% ymlf dry chtofin* ......., .platic __-lid or p..U...In .n'.7./2 CofaW l p.Intu in .awn Pr..M..Y NMw, r.M/a..d had gathered to see the
_........_If_ l.r..k-. _tel_,........ pUy..M.MrY S,M 4 RL MHoMiM, 4 pookvta.w.' capture ,and most of the men

@. : ... ............. : that the helped bank bring were the surprised animalto

'reuRUESe when they heard the news.
l 1 : "A gator this size can pose a
FlAS"LNa1TIA BREADED : threat to human life. If he
weresmaller( we could relocate -
: CHICKEN fiLLET him" llubner said.
So after putting up a game
fight this old bull gator had
: SANDWICH : lost his last battle and waited
WEIO% SAVE 1.00 IA VE24% with his feet and jaws tied as!
D-CEU.BATTERIESPLASTIC POOL 44 OT.TRASH BAGS gAVH 1.0O tR 1P / with lettuce & mayonnaise the animal he's probably had
NAVY OXFORDS ine least experience with,
47 c 2.96 WA 128 MAN'S ALL man, filed by to get a curious
Nn.w plwek 9.84wNl + MEAT 99o last look.Cool. .
Twph poIy.Myl.n. Pkg. a21 IM .,
:: A E., Iorigh' M....... Iipp.d br wW op.nlg. Woh/ Mack iMttMC w/hng. SAVBXM, r f .
w..rkp.ol.e.alAN1.12
VALUCPIU3I MEN'S KNIT POLOS TRIM TEE-SHIRTS .
Fi.s 1 i Down Sat.
t I SNAP PKILOfSO H POPNOISEMAKERS N.dMs.1W96 =ce 96t o % LB. :
I !%
y 101.8..MwM kkA. With Dixie
Boys
.t, w l.eolaa tM.A.1AL. PW. ,111eW W..Sa U.A :. RIB-EYE
,97c STEAK :
Ice CreamThe
qSC MAKE I : SANDWICH.

DAVE!2" "O Dixie Boys Baseball
COOKED DRESSED" : teams will hold a homemadeice
': 3 OZ. CAN BAY 14% VALUE nUBi 9 9. TO cream sale .Saturda ,,
CHEEZELSCORN 24x36"SURF RIDER BATH SET O/IOER! PLEASE

S-PIECE June 4, beginning at 10 a.m. in
SNACK wAa 1r DISC. 194 \ f TAA. I. fI..' SI.ek Not A front of Piggly Wiggly and the
3"$1 f Bradford Square
*ngg d vinyl wltli low rap*. __ --. 181S7" wn SUPER BUn I 4 '. Hamburger Patty The boys will be working
WAS 2o4xf l'f,#, Mtwwby.w.tb* wu'p. doweurtftfeM.tt.teck LEATNERwo/1KROOTS l. until the ice cream is gone.
dAVE 14" WAS I Donations of 50 cents and 30
.
6 / cents can be made at this
6 GOLD OR
time.
GUAM OZ.TUMBLERS. 1401 N. Temple Ave. Starke .
) ds 5, 1-13. Dixie Boys Baseball is a
u.9ses Ii.
1 VALUE PLUS? VALUV MUSS : Phone Orders accepted 964-7478 : new program offered throughthe
:
l- Recreation
I I \ r ,1 1.27 BOYS'DENIM CUTOFFS BOYS'TE-SHiRTS ."... 60 ..9 0.... ;'".-.A'.n.- 0 .-. for boys ages 13 and Department 14. Fundsare

., WU.W1VALUe' P163.88 =.66 O ..... .............. team needed for travel to ,support equipmentand the

SA YE 21% P.Uwaib M.k.d..ll.a wltwe.INnw lMl uniforms.
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Senior Citizens to Be Feted I :m9 ew r .' ."' '. = ... 3



I At Fall Festival in OrlandoThe i/do7Je 1.
/
:/7/i8 J //

Season first" annual "Senior announced In Orlando at a&7jbn; '

an elaborate ceremony which included' *

program of special activities, Mrs. Everett Dirkson, widowof ; : ;
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benefits, and red carpet the former U.S. Senator, It. ..- .........,.:.; J& "U-' ... ---- """ -'rtM: :

treatment for senior citizens, and officials of several!rjrl. ... Jgl! :! '. =."..1.1".t J (:;;';'::1
is scheduled for a three month national associations of
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period ---- -------- ------- -----
Sept. 15 to
Dec. IS, In retired persons. 2 BR MOBILE HOME
FRAME HOUSE with brkk GIANT YARD SALE-1017 STARTING JUNE 13th WILL, PAY up to ISO cash "
Central Florida.Aimed "Senior Season '77" Is the furnished 1/2 mil south ofStarke front LR DR/KIt combination W, M.dbocn.Jus. 2 through Child can hi my homo.Agon for old earn. Thornton'a Sal _0

at more than 23 project of a task force of the on 301. Phone 964- 3 BR, I 1/2 baths Juno 5, 10 ,..m. to 6 p.m. 3.4, and S yr. old. 7 vage. Phono. 964- 243. 1/20 "

million seniors residing in the Orlando Area Chamber of 8186. Itpd 6/2 CH/A.On 1 acre outaldo city It em. too numerous to a.... to 6 p.... Monday thru TF/Cbg 0 Cecella-Terwillegar I :I.
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Eastern U.S. and Canada, Commerce with the TWO BEDROOM TRAILERIn limits. S30.000 by owner* mention.. Something for Friday. Taking applications

activities will include a cooperation of the City of country Phone. 9646861.Itchg Phone 9646580. 5/19 4tell. everyone. Itpd 6/2 noW For Info phone 473- 4 PREFERRED PROPERTIES
6/9 HELP WANTED
Golden Age Olympics, an Orlando. It is planned to 82MOBILE 2591 after 4:30 p.m. 5/19
Amateur Golf Tournament, become an annual event, ---- 0 ------------ ---- ----U-PICK---- 4tchg 69ALCOHOLICS TUCK'S DRIVE.IN 431 S. Walnut A valuable

tennis tournaments HOME""ioi.55. MOBILE HOME 1973. BLUEBERRIES ----------- chunk of property In everybody's opinion Won
bowling appealing to the fixed income Z 50 conta Ib.Opening May 27, LADY TO LIVE la and.
3
24.60 Taylor. BR bath
competition, talent contests, budgets of retired persons. two bedrooms 1100/snonth. take. np pajnnante ol 8 .... U 7:30 p.m. Monday ANON'V.MOIJS care for elderly lady do light derful location for any businessi
games dancing, aviation Cooperating attractions Phono ""-8253. Itchg 5/26 tl44.69/month. Call 964- thru Saturday, Near successful living housework and cooking.

exhibits, arts and craft shows, include Disney World, Sea FURNISHED------------ 5742 alter 5 p.m. 11/193 tpd Earlton. N. doge.Longneckora for people who'want to Salary negotiable. Phone Country living 12 acret.attractive C8 home with

and dozens of other events." World, Stars Hall of Fame, APT with 2 BR, DUPLEX on Broadway 6/2. 475-1151, 473- STOP drinking and STAY 964-7611. 6/2 2tpd 6/9 3 BR, 2 Bath LR OR, FR, screened back porch,
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topped.
Also included will 2702. 5/26 4tpd 6/16 Meeting Thuradayand .
be sizeable Circus World Gatorland, St., 9644951. MJI. ------------ Sunday 8 Phone WANTED) Retired man to double garage CH-A, Clrp.t.BESSENT
p.m.
discounts for visitors ------------
55 or Silver Springs, and others Judd 127 Lafaystte St. 5/26 964-5709 or 964-5434. do yard ..or..d odd jobs In

older at area entertainment within a 35-mile. radius of 2tchg" 8/2 I FOR SALE 4 FARM FRESH C..d.PRODUCE... --------....--- motel for room. Phone 964- ROAD Attractive 3BR, 2 faath.LR,
Dawn 3
centers, attractions, hotels, Orlando. .-.II.Misty. South of Starke US BILL'S SAW SHOP complete 7143. Itpd 62EXPERIENCED OR. office, den CH/ A, carport. and storage C
F7jRNISHE"bAPARTMENT on
motels, restaurants;and other More complete informationmay 301. 5/12 8tpd 6/30 sharpening servile, ------ ------ building. ______
Tw. bedrooms, ------------
cooperating businesses. be obtained from the Phono ATTENTION ANTIQUE --,--- ------- circular hand carbide, MAID 2to Looking for a tax shelter Distinguished, a unit
964-8243.
Orlando Chamber of Com 5/26 up.Ulr.2tchg 6/2. LOVERSI Antique Blue COUCH AND CHAIR SALE chain mower blade. hollow 6 hour dally. No phonocalls. modern, rental apartment on Temple Ave Ample
ground and balanced. Leaveat
Details of the program were Jo-Lu Motel. 5/26
merce. 1169.95 Dahmer'aDiscount.
---- Willow Bullalot alee.Helaaejr up. parking Irel.'SplcioUI .
Jackson
Building Supply .
T Fl...
COTTAGE9"ee
1/3
SUMMER ; Carnival ironstone TFChgEVERY'IHING
Starko, Keystone Helghte.'
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Health Council Klnguley Lake. by ...... old English.. About 40 pea.aaaorted NEEDED TF/Chg "Old Is Better" home on Madison. Large
Planning Plans A/C; Call 533-2366 after 6 china, pottery and k A landscaped lot with storage house. 0
p.m. 5/28 TFchgOLIN'S glass, dated marked and to go Into bnBdoiug and dirt SARAH COVENTRY JEW AUTOMOBILES

I ---- -----.---. atamped. See nt Old Grlllln hauling hunlnesa. Complete ELRY nalea opportunity. f FOR SALE
Local Meet To Gather InfoA Trading Pont North of price 111,500. Phono 4681551. Phone Erma Johns,964..-5483 "Live the Good Ute of Hampton Lake"- We have
SUBDIVISION 4/21 TFchgWATSON'S ma best for the buyer.
Stuckey's, Hwy 301 Starke. or Annetla BeaaUa, 3724444. 66 PLYMOUTII V-8, four discriminating
1/2 acre lots.130 per month, Dealers and collectors ------------ 12/2 TF/Chg. door with AC, PS. good

community meeting will are Alachua Citrus, water and sewage furniahed. ...Ico... Beat offer taken HOUSE OF condition 1300. Phone 964- Needed i '1 to 10 acres of prime land for a Iwme..'

be held to discuss health Columbia, Dixie Gilchrist, For Information ph... Mark. lot. Itchg" 6/2 VACUUMS many brands MOBILE HOME MOVING 7287. Itpd 6/2 Needed: $25,000 Homes In good repair.
issues in Bradford County Olin OUn's Mobile Homo ol now vacuuma. Used aluo mobile home hurricane ------------
Hamilton Hernando ------ --- ---
Tuesday, June 14, at 7 p,m in Lafayette Lake Levy Service, Highway 100 West OKRA FOR SALE 50 machines available. Export 'anchoring and mobile BRONCO WAGON 1974 Open a business in your home spacious brick
the Bradford Commission Stu..... cents pound. Buck Topalra, all .......Part and borne roof coating. OHn's Ford auto 4W Drive" PS.
County Marion Putnam, Sumter, Phono 9645606. illS per Mobil.Homo home with CH-A on 301 across from Wishbone
Cbs mber. Murray, 714 Lafayette 964- .........rl.. for all vacuums Service. Phone mud tires good condition. '
Suwannee and
Union Coun. 0 TF/Chg 7326. 5/26 3tpd 6/9 Built-in central vacuumayatema. 964-5606. Highway 100W., $3300. phone 9646169. Itpd Chicken. _
The meeting, sponsored by ties. The Council is one of nine 404 NW 10th St......_ TF lel!! 6/2 .
the North Central Florida Health Systems AgenciesLISA'S MOTEL ROOMS. 130FurDl.b.d. /....... YARD----SALE---- ---- Avenue, Galneavflle. Phone ----------- Just outside city limits-frame home on and one
9am.
Health Planning Council. Inc., ( ) designated in the .utilities included until --Household Friday 376-7110. TF/Chg_ STANLEY HOME PRO t piHHBMMMHoMBu half acres with wide variety fruit trees, flowers, and
dean and quiet. SUrUte DUCTS buy or aell. great garden spot.
is conducted to
being gather State.
iteme, furniture, eloth...
FOR SALE mobile homo Phone Barbara Danlele 473- 4
Motel. 301, 3 mil*. aortb of I MOTORCYCLES
information and
suggestionsfrom Counties in the Council are St...... 5/5 TF/chg electric typewriter need peru and .uppl..... OLIN'S 3758. 3/17 12tpd 6/2
Yes we do have something on Kingsley Lake)
community residents represented by a 68 member roofing. Some ..tlq.... Paul MOBILE HOME SALES

about health problems."This Board of Directors. Ed. MOBILE HOME in country, Menr. Rd. 18 West ol 301. Highway 100 West Starko. AVON CALLING to bay

meeting is an opportunity mondson serves from Brad furnished children welcome. Itpd 62OVERHEAD phone 964-5606. TF/Chg_ or mM Avon phone 7552807or SUZUKI OF STARKE POTPOURRI Excellent Investment 1)
Phone 964-8114 --------- --- write Lomo Clyatt P.O. authorized Suzuki
for Bradford County ford County. There Is present. or 473-4777. your Demorest home with spacious grounds-zoned :
4/7 TF/chg CAMPER lor GUNS FOR SALE 22', Box 220.Lake. City, Florida dealer. Phone 984-6020.1640
residents to ,. commercial.
give their
ly a vacancy on the Council for small truck. Good condition. 25'a, sod 38'a sold at Dah- TFChg; South Walnut 1301 south la !
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opinions on what they feel are an additional Bradford County PRIME BUSINESS SPACE Phone 964-6186. Itpd 6/2 mere Discount TF/Chg Starko.l) TFCh5RALPH ((2)) Green Property with home (needs renovating).
_
the most pressing health resident. HENLEY ELECTRIC on 1 acre plus large wooded lots.
located on Lawrenco Blvd. -------- ----
problems in the area," said The Health Planning and Flamingo In Keyetono 3 ACRES OF LAND-2 FOR SALE Diamond resIdentIal ((3)) Nearly nevi pretty home in Green Acres.

Dick Edmondson, Bradford Council was formed last Hte. Inquire at Standard miles East ol St..... seetHes for any stereo, over commercial Industrial. BRYAN .
Pasture land. Contact 247 different onoa, wo have Pho. 431-1700. Ralford.
County Hospital administrator Spring under the National Station or phono 473-4907.
/
TF manager ol Van Prient StoreIn them all. Dabraer'e DI.eo..t. .- TF/chg T, Terwegor// 0
and member of theCouncil's Health Planning and lehl Real .
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Starke. Itpd 6/2 TF/Chg Madison
rn m.Ceceia Avenue
Plan
Development Resources Development Act. FOR RENT "40x60,, block ------- ----- NEED HOME IMPROVE
Committee."We This legislation is aimed at building,12'ceiling. Ideal for HOTPOINT WASHER- SPEED 'EQUIPMENT FOR MENTS OR REPAIRS Estate Florida

hope everyone who is providing quality and most any huel...., Starko Automatle. I year old. 100. SALE '10 percent .b.".. DONE? for fireplaces, remodeled REALTOR 'I OFFICE PHONE 964-7776 1-

interested will participatesince economical health services area. 250 per month. Phone Phone 964-5464. alter 3:30 coat. 011.- Mobile Horn.S.rvice. kitchens, baths, N. ,REALTOR HOMEPHON(95145I1 '
100W. 2117 Temple
information obtained at throughout the country.In 9644606. TF/Chg p.m. Itpd 62FARMALL Highway 964-5606. additions, garages, or enclosed -
Stark. Phono
this meeting will have an Impact addition to developing a ------------ TF/Chg carporta phone Marcue Office. 964-8788 .

on future health care in Regional Health Plan, the CUB; Griffin, 4732108. ,

this county" Edmondson Council also reviews all i HOMES FOR SALE\ Cultivator planter, discs, TF ICh._. SR 16 WEST
PERSONAL ----- -----
,
42" mower, disc plow, disc ] THOMAS (
added. capital expenditures and harrow fertiliser eproader.Phono f SERVICES 22 High & Dry Acrea,
Information collected at the construction proposals made 9647895. 5/26 LOST & FOUND Pecan, Pine A Oak. trees lsl
Itpd
will be 3 BR HOME with 1 1/2 bath ] 27000. REALTY
community meeting by health facilities such as I in. epr..1
GEORGEROnrftT!
LR DR. combination car ------- WANTED: Frame house to I .
used in developing a Health nursing homes and hospitals. port/utility relrll..r.lor..to" RUMMAGE SALE 406 S. tear down. Will do In exchange ----- {
24 Acres 2 buildIngs 621 North Walnut St. mssuicc,-
OWNER PLEASE CLAIM
Plan for the and
System region Community projects Street Thura. &
., dishwasher fully Cherry for material. Phone Sta...., Florida 32091
served by the Planning grant proposals related to carpeted. Pinebreeie eubdlvlsion. Iri.June 2 A 3, 9 ..... to 4 9044064. Itpd 6/2 young female liver-apotted over$38,000.1,000 Terms ft. on highway. 964-6162 I ,aa North Temple Awe

Council. This plan will contain health are similarly reviewedby Phone 964-5564 afterS p.m. 6/2 Itpd ---- "------- pointer came up 2 wIts. ago, ----- [formerly A.J.Thom.. '.' -
lost, to Beeaent Rd.
----- -- --- LAWN SERVICE
for Improving -
goals Council Committees. 6/2 TF/chg
long range p-m. residence of Bob Ferguson.Phone Real Estate)
health the Health -- --- ---- Reasonable rates. ALSO
community Eventually STRING
BEANS 14 9644305. 5/26 2t 6/2 LAWTEY AREA JiF' I
and medical services, explained Planning Council will be MOBILE HOME 24x60.3 bu.h.l. 8'plckl child care,housework, other --- --- ---- ------ ---- 3 bedroom frame home, hi
Jan Hughey responsible for evaluating BR. 2 bath and den. En- STRAWBERRIES $5 per odd joba.62SF.WING Phono 964.S..S2.ttpd ALL-AMERICAN puppies I A; 2 Acre lots High A Breaker, on. 4 lots, pave

Executive Director of the existing health services as cellent condition. Assume list, 'u-pick. SR 225 OldHayl. NEED HOME.7 wk old out Dry houses or Mobile trect.. ,
Phone ---- --------
payment 964-8165 ... Hwy. 964-6469. Homes from 3900. -----
Council. well as awarding funds to of email longhaired black 3 BR, LR, DR. Lg.
alter S p.m. Itpd 6/2 Knowlee. 5/26 Ztpd 6/2 MACHINES Phone Owner financing.212571210uptol80. 3 bedroom frame house
Two Council reports which develop services needed in the SpHx looking dog. Family Room Fireplace
-- -- ------
and its ---- -------- repaired ::- ..n makes 964-5697. S./26., 2t 6/2 ----- between Ralford and Lake 20. .e... with baA,

describe the region region. 2 BEDROOM HOUSE REFRIGERATORS(.. and cleaned eOod. ,! .--- .. .. -,-s' .. ..Butler, on one acre. Graham. term,. 0 .
J
health tire nowavailable for '1"CLASSIFIED Just out of city. Call owner, "dJ.J..ud ; Jn'm4 0Acre. "- c"'Moder.2' ::...; ': *
electric rangen, air conditioners 7. Work ...... from -": _ c...
public review at the Bradford 9644593. 6/2 TF lebl 110 and 220 v. Strickland, corner Morgan II .3001 Acr.. Owner '.droo.'h... Country Club stat.a' t!!: 2
County Commission Office -- ------ BARGAIN CENTER Hwy Road and Highway 16. 3/10 fc W NTE'D fl financing. with carport central boat lots very reasonable.New .

and Health Department. AU 2 BEDROOM TRAILER 301 South. 6/2 TrVchg. TF/Chg: : : ---- and alrand fenced In back

Besides Bradford County I block. Iron city limit., on ----- ----- yard. block.home ;town, 3 I

fifteen North Florida counties RATES only.FPL Phone power 964 I .child 7619 alter family 2 NEW AND USED FURNI. BRADFORD SEPTIC WANTED Used rotrlgeratora HAMPTON AREA ----- BR. 2 B, LR. C/HAA
TURE couchca, ---------- F.Delano Thomas ,
in the Health chairs TANK SERVICE washers, and large garage quite area
participate p.m. 6/2 2tehg 6/9. 40 to 225 Acrea from Rf.. Real Estate Broker"
Council. Included Deadline for insertion Congoleum floor covering residential pump-outs. 40. stoves In good condition., corner lot.Several .
Planning -- -------
Tuesday noon preceding 12x60. MOBILE HOME mlacellaneoua It..., Fast ..''''0. guaranteed. Phone Uahmer'a Discount $625/Acre. Eve. weekends - -
Anything you need for ahome Phone. 964-8121. 4tpd 6"-7923. TF/Chg ----- 533-2210 commercial on
before _
Thursday publi- 1973. unlurnlshed 2 BR. I _
come see ... -- -- ---- -- ---- -------- ,301.
Local Guard cation. 12 bath S3.8OO. Phone 473- BARGAIN CENTER. Hwy CHILD CARE Hour, day, WANTED TO RENT SKI THERESSAAREA ASSOCIATES - -

2532. Itpd 6/2 301 South. 6/2 TF lehe week) any .,.. Licensenuraory BOAT for week August 1-6 ---------- Arthur Brunoeve. '3 BR 1 bath, block con
Minimum charge 12.00 --- ------- ----- -- fenced nhady, at Klngaloy Lake. Experienced 1-7-10-up to 137 Acres oft wkeada. 468-1572 struction. LR, Family

Unit Now At (Covers 15 Words) BRICK HOME 4 ,n. old. FEEDERS Two Braln7o. homo cooking. Instruction In and responsible SR 100 from ll,10O/Acre Room, In to....

Each word over 15 3 BR. 2 bath, carpet utility each 800 ft. trough; & chain pro-kindergarten basics, driver. Call Buddy SoBers InJax owner financing.RAIFORDAREA. Harold Epp. - -

10 cents room. CH/A 4 ml. N. of motor & time clock, 1430 crafta arts, etc. Pat's DayCare ,744-7816.5/26 2tcbg 6/2 ---- eve.wkenda 964-6616 9 acres pasture land

Starke. oil 301. 127000. 964- each) 6-ton feed tank, 1185; Waldo D. Thompson, ------------ reasonably priced 'Just off
Camp BlandingCAMP 6915. 5/26 TF/cbg Incenorator double burner 321 Butler Terr., Starko. Judith Flynneve. SR 16. N.W. ol town.

All classified: adf, ------------ gas new 1200; FerUUierapreadcr 5/26 4tpd 6/9 $ NEW DOG $ --------- .....d.964-8384& - -
(imst be paid for In advance HOME with 3 BR, 2 bath., 20 Acrea Dairy barn,
1200. Phone 964- ---- -------- Very alcn large frame ;
BLANDING A
unless you havean CH IA. hardwood floor, 7967. 6/2 2tpd 6/9 VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS BREEDERS NEEDED well A pump $30,000.) Steve Simmonseve. bonao o. corner lot In town
stream of olive drab Start now rawng purebred dogs for .
steady .. .
Ph. wkenda
established account landscaped yard. ----- 964-5881
----- ------- all makes, ..11mDd.I. PROfIT Gel mynest nstonal pflcm 3 BR. 2 bathe, C/HAA
Army trucks and jeeps, and with The Telegraph. In owner, 964-5667. 5/26 3tchg" GARDEN TRACTOR .. Starko Sewing Center We mast .* MO brevdota II qualHsd 3 BR Furnished Heuso on large garage. ,

private cars, flowing throughthe that event fl extra 6/9 MF-10 complete with 42" 21$ East Call Street POSSUM to' lira 1 H< "acte ol your paved road 115,000.KEYSTONE BRASINGTONCadiDae - I
main here marks the ----------- HSU mo 110, ---- land
ground a OOO Income
gate charge for,billing. Not .mower push blade, plow phone 9648312. 4tpd 15-20 acre traits high
start May 28 of two weeks for errors 2 BR MOBILE HOME cultivator" bar, double dl.e. C S or flto (Include you phone number Oldsmobile on paved road Graham.
responsible
1973Champion )KENNELS 378 Leo Ave.Snrevo.port
IbIS, I bath AREA Sales& Service
annual for area. Terms.
and Good
training 1,400 trailer. condition. l
when given over the D.I.... Furnished U 71105 3198850567
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BULLDOZER WORK land - -
Fine Selection Used \
Florida National Guardsmen. 11,000. Phone 964-8647. Of
Is
hen
phone or. copy excellent condition. Sanda Lakefront
Silver
-
1-3-6 homeattea 2
6/2 clearing, road building altopreparation. acre
Local units participatinginclude not typed and brought to Ph... 782-3136. 5/26 2tchg' Itchg Phone Edward 3Br Furnlahed House Cart Taken On miles N.W..I St.......
--------- ---
the 631st Maintenance the lf ice. 6/2 NEW AND USED win do we Davis. Glen St. Mary, 1-259- Floriland Realty 28000. Cadillac Trade
Company from Starke; and ----------- and doors, porch rockers, 3569. ----- 2001 N.W.13 ..3785301GAINESVILLE Very .k.-d.b. wide,

the 253d Medical Detachment CEDAR HOME Llndal. low and high-back. .ula.d,4) 4/14 tin/chg' 393 Temple Ave. I I Acre late flosses or screened porch added CM- ,

the 653d Engineer Companyand on Little Lake Genovai, t ODd 5 ft. Porch swings; Starko. ,Fla. Mobile Homes Owner A, an one acre lot with I '
National Guard BR,1 bath with wrap-around 011.96".1100 financing Irom $4,500. "TF IChg plenty ol treea.Commercial .
the Army bidder-back dining chairs; lI
\ FOR RENTFOR deck completely carpeted ; --- _
Training Side of Camp alataeat chairs, atalaed. Wet Drilling
CH/Adrapes In living area, BARGAIN CENTER Hwy ; ---- Waterfront Swim sad property in
Blanding. dlahwaaher, landscaped lot 7 Ski thin beautiful clearwater "
301 South. 6/2 TF/chg acres with 2 tally on town, over 15.000 squarefeet.
The Alternate Command SALE OR RENTi with aprlnkler. system, ----- ------- I 2" thru 6" j equipped layer ho..... lake 100' on Excellent buy.
Headquarters of Jacksonville Uafurnlehed 3BR Mobile $31OOO. Phone 473-2242 or I 20. oo' one egg cooler water. Only' 3 lute left at - -

under the command of Home. phono 964-7927 niter 4734118. 5/26 ttchg 6/2 UTILITY BUILDINGS All I Fast Rotary I with extra storage $12.500 owner financing.MISCELLANEOUS Lillian C.Pearson 3 BR 2 bath CB; home with

General Frank M. 6 .... Itchg 62ZBRMODILE - -------- -- -----
.
Brigadier aluminum prewired re- Drilling Equipment large FR In t. .. Very
Parham, has been delegatedthe ------ ----- BRICK HOME.3BR 2 Bath ceptablea, tight switches, I { Ideal for Family Nursery 3 Real Estate nice.

responsibility for supervising HOME DBL Carport. Utility Room, lights tangue and groove I STATE LICENSED I IPumpm" BR homo, 8.7 acrea with - I'
with air conditioner. .. Nlco Lot. Drapes AAppllaacea Hot Houeea 301t ----------
on
of the floor, delivered aid set np.Financing ; owner STARKE with largo
the homo
operations IBS/month. Phono 964-5261 Included. Phono available, to 48 I will\ hold mortgage 2 Acres A 3BR CB; Ro... 'Mobile
General up 13 BR frame house CH/A 1.8 acres off
camp by Major 6/2 off Browsl.e Read $24,400.Griffis addition on
ar 964-8245. Itpd 9644630. Itpd months to 60 eixoe.Sunk -----
C. Bullard. adjutant pay : j jr fenced corner lot, $15,000. 301 South. Owner flosssing. (
Kennedy ------ ------ -- ------- !of Starke,964-6020 Zoned for Trailers, 5 or 10 -----
general of Florida. REAL NICE FURNISHED TWO BEDROOM FRAME 964-6021. 5/12 T".... I I A,13 percent down,choose Loop 3 BR frame I ----- _

Units attending annual ... bedroom apartmenta. home with twe-car garage, New Used your site.I .house on Beautiful Acre lot 12 BR frame wit carport onFla. 3 BR. 1 ..7h-: CB; homo

training will perform on-the- 514 South Epperaan St. partial furatsbed. 262 8. I j ----- $14,500. Power S1S.OOO. with FR, very mice, I

job training in administration Itchg. 6/2. Myrtle St.. Stark. P.... iSalesPartsServicelEZTerms Aero Hampton 0.... ----- ----- swlnaaamg pool. In te.... ,
------ ----- 4/28 ----- Restricted budding lot.
control 4734732. TF/chg FAULKNERE 8.7 100-8
100-
finance,supply traffic acroa-cor at
I 1.7 with 407' near Country; Club Net
Acres on 301. A, 815.500.I0acr.sfacingSft23oaad. t't'R.
and combat training. I I Mobile Home I ,. -| Going BuemoeaA; nice Apt. .aay left owner .___ GEORGE. .Real ROBERTS Estate Broker JR.
MOTOR ROUTE IB financing.Houae t
A I I II --- --
Phone. 964-7826
Aluminum Still 17 Service Poles Building for Business Next ---- iI
:WBion Read 22000. \
PlumbingNew
CARRIERLawteyRaiford .
t- L I To Bradford Square A 30 Acres off :. OPEN A.M.

Per Pound in June 1OO AMP 1211 S.Water St. V Shopping Center. SR 100 South )just beyond '$'/cr.e facing two graded Saturday i

120"aoo Starke. ,Florida T I Installation I --- -- city. Fine stand ol Umber I'....... 9000.

964-5065 Lot 150 b City. $50,000. -----
Starke Area AMP y ----
During ,June, Bradford i Remodeling ----- 36.35 acres 156,500
WE HAVE OTHERS
3 Bedroom Hoses CB/CH-;
County citizens continue to Lets I. town with city LAWTEY

receive 17 cents a pound for Must be bondable .& water and ....r. I Repairs A Fenced, Stove Backyard.Weneedllatloga A.Kef. .Included; EVENINGS Small S room frame .....

clean household aluminum have dependable --- -- 1.4 S12.0OO. Registered Real
44>*M1S7 w.M. ----- ---------- on acres
from Reynolds Recycling transportation 1.83 acren en Hwy 230 Ralph Bryan,Realtor 964- Estate Broker
-
Eaat good t..... IDurranc.IpUMPS .n''it..
alee
193 3BRframe
Company.In : acreago, with h..... 6208
GAINESVILLE SUN I1i:1&LONGCRAMP -----
Art Patray, Associate borne, 150,000.
residents Fred S.ckett
May area Nice double wide mobile & SUPPLYCOMPANY j ----- .
-----
Office 473-2039
received$1,441 from Reynoldsfor 864-8170 heme pnrtlaly furnished. Call9647700VernleP.Odom Manager Commercial bldg. $15,000. Broker I''

8,479 pounds of aluminum. Or 378-1418 Ext, 268 .. beautiful 105'.t641 I... I | Wayne Associate Douglas, 964-6593 ----- U.S.3113 \
Just one block from R...Real Estate Its
o' I Broker 29 acres $33,500. mplon F\lda\
Klogelev Lake. I 864 N. Temple Ave. I I II E".Ia.9114-11..78 OFFICE OPEN 7 DAYSA -----
$10,000 PER YEAR ----- .... Phone 468-P1&
Home and Building WEEK! Beautiful farm 51.8
-
P ARTTIMEU!! Materials Beautiful 3BR.25 home on I Starke } I II Pearl-Andrews--- ,A._. LIST WITH US .. 301. Brick .home with 2fhoplaeee
..
112 Just of
out u.
PER YEAR acre. I 96470ai I 964-7739 WE': HUSTLE! 3 BR S Bathe TF-Chg
-10,000 -WEBUILD- Must nee to appreciate. J CH A A. barn, fenced .
____
POTENTIAL!! I- ----- ,'
--
TIME
FULL "Your Plans Or Ours planted pasture $195,400.
3 BR, 3 B. on one acre. 2
-----
TOY WORLD DISTRIBUTORSHIP Your Lot Or Oun" story,, seeds finishing r MOBILE HOME Need) small acreage A Before I

FREE ESTIMATES ..... Priced right at Iota
bldg.
Lawtey
PRICE area
PARKER GAMES. FISHER FILL DIRT
15000. A
MATTEL MILTON BRADLEY,TONKA RemodeUikg Repairs --- PARK easterners_waiting You Buy

Additions 3 BR. I B frame houae.very Inside City; Lbnlta 4.R.tAI.Double Wide

N..liuiS. or ..PSrIe. ......",. ,.. W'D .st.ci s..vsiivs .i.. Hornet Bought ...t.3 ole with chain Top Soil Walk to Br4ford Square "eklle H.... W/ChAA, Mobile .
.,
plays wlft! iSo(SWIWTVI..._ NINAO 11'.11"..54VV'$4SI. Ie",ii link fence. Price lust Or Downtown. 1.7....wcompnup hook
wOl SI ws.d
_"lOSt iv. Ie SoldTradedACREAGE
....IrsffW__.5SlI55 reduced to $22.000. ; lor lad MJI. $17,006ASSOCIATES
SiOl: M me eMeit Home
ey one
YSS,,eerueriuMII aoce 'e- prOC BACK HAULING AGAIN .:.
._.. im.i.s.I.rI Is-U.I.Tills.Hsr II...... ----- S30 Per Month .

._._I.qist."....Was.....5fIIV IS V ....._.MOI'S"O. $.rv4c. ..5 FOR Paul H.FeaaVnor AU thy(;..".u-oo
... .
., .... wi'" .." ie'iufICiiWIf ..t_ KtaltorAnaoclatoe Gall 468-1873 Lola Zteporer. 964-T1S4 See
.iNCttY or ..dk.ftV M fll.,.._..... .... Ie ...... i.c4i.0i, ... SALE - Fir..Pelce Protection. or781JW7.
melt
_.. .....kasi5 .. 0 City Gaa,Water and
bi ipsI. .. II miIIIS5, 5bOIMVIII. iiio.ssm.nt 11.255 t" 9646853 STEPHEN 0 Sower Lillian Penmen. ; '
I COM aiorcMaaiMo. Mr .-. Ire. L.FauBiaerSuaaaM.Bakksn SMITHHIIDirl REALTOR John
Highway 301 South Jo-La Motel

Call ... (... to*. Pree a- W-e. ._.n.ms. l.l. Alll.uaa 1 wid.v Starke 914-5142. STAR ROUTE HAMPTON FLA. LawS.,,........,

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...(.. u: TELEGRAPH June2.tvre: ..... ,

Lagela ---.._--------
"'" I, .. Rev. G.L. Harper ReassignedTo : CfIVFtC 1\,
j Ii' .' NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR >aa zrrc j
-
'>" "
.':" 'I"" First Methodist REGISTER BRADFORD COUNTY, ..
FLORIDA AIR PARK BAPTISTCHURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 'PINE GROVEMETHODISTCHURCH \
\ FICTITIOUS NAME
'
.. .. :,: ," Rev. George L. Harper, Sr. at Lake Butler-Raiford; Rev. Pursuant to Section 866.09 CIVIL ACTION Rev.Ben Bryant
'
,. ''I''O ,
..' was reassigned to the Starke Will C. Wright at Lawtey; and CASE NO. 77190IN : Rev. O.D. Brooks SUNDAY 9:45 !Rev. Bei d.Coleman '
: Florida Statutes, notice la : a.m.,, .. ,
Rev Dennis I. White at Mel- '
OrangeStree&SUND
First United Methodist "School r
11''a.m. '
Sunday .
hereby given that the undersigned .
::: : Church at the Florida Annual roseFlorahome.Mr. Ballard 1610 RE: The Marriage of Morning Worship, Lord's.Supper SUNDAY: Sunday Schools:
Mcky W
: Conference held and Mrs. George LOUIS E. ATCHISON YI Sunday School 10 '9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship
.,,' .Lr'.h' : Methodist Madison St.. Apt. "1, Starke. III ; Church Training; I
.Ii< ;' ( May 24-27 at Florida Southern Huggins, delegates from the 32091 Husband, a.m. ; Worship Service 11 7:30: Evening Worship. 11 a.m.; Evening Services,
Florida buelnessunder p.m.,
,. doing
r: : i'. Lakeland. First United Methodist and a.m.; Evening Worship 7 p.m. 7:30: p.m.THURSDAYt.
College
the firm name of MONDAY: 7 p.m., Youth
Joel D. McDavid Church, Starke, were among REBECCA K.ATCHISON,Wife. WEDNESDAY Prayer Choir. Prayer.
"MICKEY'S GULF SERVICE"
J; preside the 1,800 delegates attending. Service 7 p.m. Meeting :
,. over the conference. 2163 N. Temple Avenue Starke, TUESDAY: Scheduled J apace .
'.I,' Other ministers assigned to Bradford County Florida NOTICE OF SUIT ..-. ....... Group Activities. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST

i,". ,\ Methodist Churches in the CORRECTION I 32091, intends to register said TO: REBECCA K. ATCHISON WEDNESDAY: 6:15: and REV. ROMAN ALVAREZ
,
!@;\. Gainesville District were: The employment status of fictitious name under the C/O MRS. JESSIE SMITH ALLENCHAPELA.M.E. 6:45: p.m.. Regular Wednesday SUNDAY: Sunday School,

Rev. Gary L. Conner at Ernest P. Renner, 72, of provision of aforesaid statue POST OFFICE BOX 58 .CHURCH Night Activities. 10 a.m.; Worship service, 11

\ ,.. ,'.) Waldo; Rev. David T. Waller Starke, who died May 14 of Mickey Ballard, owner. GREENWOOD, SOUTH "The Friendly Church" e eSa. a.m.; Choir Practice, 5:30:

.. cancer, was not correctly Dated this 19th day of May, CAROLINA 29646 749 Pine St.,Starke p.m.; Bible Study, 6:30: p.m.;
Gathers Completes --eeSee0 stated in Mr. Renner'sobituary. A.D. 1977 at Starke, Florida Rev. R.G,lleastie. Pastor FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Evening Worship, 7 p.m. i
Basic YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
Training
5/19 4tchg 69NOTICE CHURCH WEDNESDAY: Teachers I
!\Irs.\Iartha! K. I Dixon, 74 an action for Dissolution of SUNDAY: Sunday School
Mr. Renner was employedby ------------- Dr.Jack Hand, ministerSUNIrAt Meeting, 7 p.m.; MId-Week :
San AntonloAirman the Independent Life Insurance Marriage has been filed against 9:30: a.m., Morning Worship, Service, 7:30: p.m.; Choir I

I Gwendolyn Gathers, daughter Mrs. Martha K. Dixon, 74, of Company ,for 27 OF INTENTIONTO you and you are required to 11 a.m., Evening loveeast Sutday'School; Practice, 8:30: p.m.THURSDAY !
of Mrs. Carrie M. Hill of Kt. 1, Kingsley Lake, widow of the years. He was manager of the REGISTER serve a copy of your written p.m., first Sunday only: : Visitation, '
Brooker and Gus Williams of late W.W. Dixon died Monday Gainesville District for 10 FICTITIOUS NAME defenses, if any, to It on 7:30: p.m. Friday before 9:30 a.mi'a.m.; Morning Worship, 7:15: p.m.

Gainesville, has been assigned afternoon, May 30, in the years, was promoted to the Pursuant to Section 866.09 RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor first Sunday. 11 THURSDAY Choir SATURDAY : Bus :

to Keesler AFB, Miss., Jacksonville ConvalescentCenter home office where he was Florida Statutes, notice is Petitioner, whose address is: ---- : : visitation, 9 a.m.
after completing Air Force following an illness of division special agent for the hereby given that the undersigned 114 N. Walnut Street P.O. Box CALVARY BAPTIST. practice, 1:30: p.m.; moan

basic training. several years. Florida-Georgia Division until Frances McNeish, Route 996, Starke, Florida, 32091, and CHURCH I

During the six weeks at Born November 19, 1902 in he retired in 1971. 1, Box 9A, Starke, Florida, file the original with the Clerk of Jim Black,Pastor '--- EPISCOPAL
Lackland AFB. Tex., the Fitzgerald, Georgia Mrs. Memorial services for Mr. 32091, doing business under the the above-styled Court, on or GRACE St. MARK'S

airman studied the Air Force Dixon had lived at Kingsley Renner were held May 17 with firm name of "THE MOWER before June 19, 1977, otherwise SUNDAY: Sunday School, BAPTISTClluncu Rev.John Flynn

mission, organization and Lake since 1943. She was of the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral CUNIC," 210 East Call St. a Judgment may be entered 9:45 a.m.; Morning Worship, Highway 100A South

customs and received special Methodist faith. Home in charge. Starke, Bradford County, against you for the relief 11 a.m.; Evening Worship, 7 Rev.Jerry Milton Sunday: Holy Eucharist, 8:30:

I instruction in human relations. She is survived by one Florida, 32091, intends to demanded (In the Petition. p.m. _. _____ SUNDAY: Bible School, 10 a.m.; Church School, 9:45:11

Completion of this sister, Mrs. Lillian Burke of :: :Q::::::::::::::::::::" :::::::::::::::::::ttfff&W::::::: :::::::::: register said fictitious name WITNESS my hand and the. a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Morning Prayer

training earned the individual Atlanta, Ga.Graveside. under the provisions of aforesaid seal of this Court on the 16th day FIHST ASSEMBLY. a.m.; Children's Choir a.m.Tuesday: Junior-Senior
credits towards an associate funeral services j Curd Of Thanks statute. GOD Practice
l' of May, 1977.GILBERT 6:15: p.m.; Training Choirs Practice 7
I .. in applied science degree were held Wednesday after- I I Frances McNeish, owner. "The Happy Church Union, 7 p.m. ; Evening p.m.
through the Community noon, June 1, in Kingsley Lake ..''''''-'.'''.'"'"''''''.'.'.'.''.-.. ''.'.'.'.'..,...'''''.'.''''.''''''''''..''.,'..'.''.'.'. Dated this 26th day of May, S. BROWN, As Clerk Hwy IBatWeldonSt. Worship, 8 p.m.WEDNESDAY. a a a a

College of the Air Force. Cemetery with Rev LeRoy A.D. 1976 at Starke, Florida. of Said Court Starke : Sunday

Airman Gathers will now Olive officiating. DeWitt C. CARD OF THANKSOur 5/26 4tpd 616NOTICE By: Marion McRae, Deputy SUNDAY: Sunday School, School Workers Meeting 7 SMYRNA Elder riAlTISl T.C.Williams CHURCH

I receive specialized training In Jones Funeral lome I of Starkewas Cork 10 a.m.r Morning Worship, 11 p.m.; Bible Study and Prayer,
"On the search fora
the air operations field. in charge of arrange heartfelt thanks to all OF INTENTIONTO 5/19 4tchg 6/9 a.m.;. Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. ; Adult Choir "
church?
The airman attended who extended comforting REGISTER friendly
ments..aaaaea. tto Practice,'8:1: !$! pm.
I Gainesville High Scool. sympathy and help in our FICTITIOUS NAME WEDNESDAY: ,Youth "A Church Where
FOR Every
COURT
: _. IN THE CIRCUIT Welcome to ;
recent sorrow. For the Pursuant to Section 866.09 BRADFORD COUNTY, meeting p.m.; Bible Study, body is Sornelv-rlv" Smyrna ,
c through the Community beautiful service, floral offerings Florida Statutes, notice is 7
College\ of the Air Force. and other kindnesseswe hereby given that the undersigned FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION p.m.Pastor Robert Harden -aa-: ., SUNDAY: Sunday School,

Airman Blalock will now receive are deeply grateful.The Fred Phillips, Sr. and CASE NO. 77-195-CP Welcome and all! GRAHAM BAPTISTRev. 10 a.m.. Worship Service, 11"

specialized training in family of Fred Phillips. Jr., 719 E. Laura FILE NO. 1-2646 -a. James Starling a.m., B.T.S., 5:45: p.m,
the aircraft equipment main Ira W.Aen Evening Worship, 7 p.m.
Street, Starke, Florida 32091 IN RE: The Estate of IDELLA FIRST CHRISTIAN All visitors are warmly
tenance field. She is a 1975 School .
SUNDAY
Sunday
: ,
doing business under the firm McCASLIN, Deceased. CHURCH welcomed.
graduate of Bradford High CARD OF THANKSWe name of "F & F CAR CARE Jim Love: ,Minister 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11
School. a.m.; Training Union 6 p.m.; anan-
CENTER" Route 3, Box 325 NOTICE OF

wish to thank our many Starke, Bradford County, ADMINISTRATIONTO SVNDAY: Sunday School, WEDNESDAY: Mid-Week STARKE
friends for the and Florida 32091 intends to HAVING Prayer Service, 7:30: p,m.KINGSLEY .
I'FC McKinney: sympathy register ALL PERSONS 9:45.: a.m.; morning service CHURCH OK GOD
At Kt. Riley kind deeds received duringthe said fictitious name under the CLAIMS OR DEMANDS 10:4k: a.m.; youth group 6 a a Rev. !M.E. Drake

recent passing of our provisions of a foresaw statue. AGAINSTTHEABOVE ESTATE p.m.; evening worship 7 ,

Ft Riley, Kansas- Ken father, Victor S. Lamb. Fred Phillips. Sr. and Fred AND ALL OTHER PERSONS p.m.; Choir practice, 8 p.m.' LAKE BAPTIST Sunday: Sunday School, 10

neth B. McKinney. son of Mr. Joseph J. Lamb FamilyLegala Phillips, Joint owners. INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: WEDNESDAY : t. .Bible "' ,Rev. Paige Brown a.m.; Morning Worship, 11

and !Mrs. Charlie B. McKinney Dated this 19th day of May, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Study, 6.p.m.? SUNDAY; Sunday School, a.m.; Evening Worship: 7
1130 Neil St.. Starke, recently A.D. 1977 at Starke, Florida the Administration of the --a- 10..JI1.;-.Morning Worship, 11

was promoted to Army 5/19 4tpd 69NOTICE Estate of IDELLA McCASLIN, FIRST METHODIST a.m.; t Church training, 6:30 p.m.Wednesday :* Family

private first class while Deceased,file number 1-2646, is CHURCH p.m.'Evening; Worship 7:30: Training Hour 7:30: p.m.

serving with the 937th pending in the Circuit Court for p.m.WEDNESDAY Friday: Prayer Meeting,
Blalock Completes Engineer Group at Ft. Riley, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Bradford County Florida Sunday: Church School for : 7:30: p.m. 7:30: p.m.

Basic TrainingSan Kansas. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME OF INTENTIONTO Probate Division the address of all ages 9:45 a.m.; Morning soa

The private, a medical Pursuant to Section 866.09 REGISTER which is: P.O. Drawer "B," Worship (Nursery provided) a as

Antonio- Airman AmyC. specialist with the group, Florida Statutes, notice Is 'hereby FICTITIOUS NAME Starke, Florida, 32091. The 11 a.m.; MYF Snack Supper MORGAN D UNITED PENTECOSTAL
Blalcok, whose mother is entered the Army in January given that the undersigned Pursuant to section 866.09 Personal Representative of the (Janet Turner and Laurie BAPTISTSUNDAYI CHURCH

Mrs. Faye E. Blalock of 902 1976.Pfc. Douglas and Brenda Fertig, Rt. Florida Statutes, notice is 'hereby Estate is LEE D. GRIFFIN, Mullins) 6 pm.; MYF : Sunday School, Rev.O.L.Wells

Butler Road Starke, has been McKinney's wire, Rose, I, Box 12, Starke Florida, given that the undersigned whose address: P.O. Box 274, meetings and recreation, 6:30: 10a.m., Morning Worship and 204 N.Water St.
assigned Chanute AFB. Ill., is living in Newton Kansas. 32091 doing business under the Lawrence Mosley, Rt. 2 Box 50, Starke, Florida 32091. The Services for the Deaf,11 a.m.. SUNDAY: Sunday School,

after completing Air Force -- -- firm name of "D & B FEED AND Starke, Fla. 32091, doing name and the addruss of the p.m.Tuesday: Bible Study Class Training Union, 6:30 p.m. 10 a.m.; Worship services, 11

basic training. It is much easier to be FARM SUPPLY," 1006 South business under the firm name of Personal Representative's meeting place to be announced Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. a.m., and 7pm.WEDNESDAY. .
During the six weeks at Water Street, Starke, Bradford "B.F. GOODRICH TIRE Attorney are set forth below:: 10 a.m.Wednesday WEDNESDAY: Midweek : Bible

Lackland AFB, Tex., the criticial than to be cor County, Florida, 32031! intendto CENTER," U.S. 301 North, All persons having claims or : Chancel Choir Prayea;'.Servlce and Bible Study, 7:30: p.m. )

airman studied the Air Force rect. register said fictitious name Starke, Fla. 32091. intends to demands against the Estate are Rehearsal, 7:30 p.m. Study, ''7:30: p.m., Choir'iaaaaaa FRIDAY: Young People's
I organization and Disraeli. of aforesaid register said fictitious name WITHIN THREE ((3)) ice Service 7:30
mission -Benjamin under the provisions required, .fr 8-15 pm._ : p m. l"
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under provisions of aforesaid --- -4-- --.-'. .. _-
customs and received special -- statute. MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF .

instruction in human rela Douglas and Brenda Fertig, statute. THE .FIRST. ...!, PUBUCATION. OF-. .
---- -- .a- -
Most men endure criti- Lvgala. -------
tions. Completion of this joint owners. Lawrence Mosley, owner THIS NOTICE, to file with the
training earned the individual cism with commendable Dated this 31st day of March Dated this 13th day of May, Clerk of the above Court a :20th 1977: Otherwise a Unless >such certificate: or 0 Unless such certificate or

I. credits towards an associatein fortitude. A.D. 1977 at Starke Florida. A.D. 1977 at Starke, Florida written statement of any claim judgement may be entered certificates shall be redeemed certificates shall be redeemed

applied science degree Alexander Smith 5/19 4tpd 6/9 5/19 4tpd 69i3rdRRs or demand they may have. Each against you for the relief demanded according to law the property according to law the property

claim must be in writing and in the complaint or described In such certificate or described in such certificate or

must indicate the basis for the peititon. certificate will be sold to the certificates will be sold to the 1

claim, the name and address of WITNESS my hand and the highest bidder at the courthouse highest bidder at the court

\ the creditor or his agent or seal of said Court on May 10th, door in the Month of house door in the Month of \

Attorney, and the amount 1977. June, 1977. which is the 22nd June, 1977, which Is the 22nd

claimed. If a claim is not yet due, GILBERT S. BROWN, As Clerk day of June, 1977.! day of June, 1977.

the date when It will become due of said Court. Dated this 18th day of May, Dated this 18th day of May,

shall be stated. If the claim is By: Marion McRae, As Deputy 1977. 1977.

contingent or unliquidated, the Clerk. GILBERT S. BROWN, Clerk GILBERT S.' BROWN Clerkof

nature of the uncertainty shall be 5/194tchg 6/9 of Circuit Court of Bradford Circuit Court of Bradford

stated. If the claim is secured, ,-----------_. County Florida. County, Florida. .//..'
shall be described. Beulah -----
the security NOTICE APPLICATION By M. Moody Cfff -
The Claimant shall deliver NOTlcE"oFAPPLI CATION
FOR TAX DEED
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sufficient copies of the claim to FOR TAX DEEDS
Sec. 194.16, F.S. NOTICE OF APPUCATION
the Clerk to enable the Clerk to Sec. 194.16, F.S.
FOR TAX DEED
mail to each PersonalRepresentative. NOTICE IS HEREBY
one copy
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Sec. 194.16, F.S. GIVEN that J.A. SCANLAN the
that Eugene F, Shaw the holder NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
AH interested in the holder of the following certificates
persons of the following certificates has that J.A. Scanlan the hddar of
Estate to whom a copy of this has filed said certificates
filed said certificates for a tax the following certificates has
Notice of Administration/ has for a tax deed to be Issued
deed to be issued thereon. The filed said certificates for a tax
DELIGHT mailed required, thereon.The certificate numbersand
been are
CHARBROILED certificate numbers and years of deed to be issued thereon. The
BUY ONE WITHIN THREE ((31) MONTHS years of issuance, the
Issuance, the description of the certificate numbers and years of
FROM THE DATE OF THE description of the property, and
and the in issuance, the description of the
property, names
FREE. FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS the names in which it was
GETONE which it was assessed are as property, and the names in
NOTICE to file any objectionsthey assessed are as follows:
follows: which it was assessed are as
have that challengesthe Certificate No. 63
and our superstar. may Certificate No. 5 follows:
,
TWin
tickets below to any participating our{famous Big validity of the Decedent'sWiH Year of Issuance 1975
Bring the charbroiledthe
Deluxe. Now buy any of our Year of Issuance 1975 Certificate No. 49
the BIg
be treated to three of of the of Property COM AT
and Description
the qualifications
Hardees free. Get twoThere's ,
and get a second one Desertion of Property 1/2/ INT Year of Issuance 1975
headliners in the Hardees Variety Show delights the Hardee's Variety Show! Personal Representative, or the SW COR OF SE 1/4 of NW 1/4.
favorite Cheeseburger for the price of one at IN & TO ALL OIL GAS & Description of Property S 1/2
our all-time of the NLY 872.1' ELY 15', TO E R/W
venue or jurisdiction OTHER MINERALS LYING & OF LOTS 5&6& N 1/2 of 11 &
OF GR RD FOR PCB, CONT.
Court. SITUATED IN W 1/2 OF NE 1/4 W 1/2 of LOT 12 IN
'
CLAIMS DEMANDS ELY 208. 71, NLY 208.71' WLY
,
ALL & E 1/2 of NW 1/4 EX R/W, WOODLAWN EX COM AT NE
BUY ONE AND OBJECTIONS, NOT SO :208, 71,' SLY :208.71,' to POB.
COR OF S 1/2
See: 36, Twp SOS, R-20. OF LOTS, RUN
WILL BE FOREVER 18 Twn -6-S, R-22
SEC ,
FILED Name in v.tIlchsed LC. W 400' FOR POB, W 920' S. ,
DELUXE in which assessed
Name
BIG BARRED. HEYDRICK. 330SW COR LOT 6, NELY TO
first R. KNOWLES &
Date of the publication DANIEL
All of said property being in POB. SEC 32, Twp-5-S. R-22.
GET ONE of this Notice of Administration: the County of Bradford, State of name in which assessed MRS. CHRISTINE KNOWLES.
4 +. i May 21, 1977. Florida. PEACH CRAWFORD AH of said property being In
of Bradford, State of
i Unless such certificate or All of said property being in the County

FREE. LEE D. GRIFFIN, as Personal certificates: : shall be redeemed the County of Bradford, State of Florida.
Representative of the Estate of Unless such certificates shall
according to law the property Florida.
McCASUN, Deceased.: be redeemed according to law 1
+ IDELLA
'I flVMNB: eDM'i 1i described in such certificate: or Unless such certificate or
S MdMeeendkqs.o10, described In
1 :] certificates will be sold to the certificates shall be redeemed the property
+ cmifMoiled bee l"'in aw.N<
v 10'
I I for Personal Representative such certificate or certificateswill
I luun t)_you buy one Attorney highest bidder at the court according to law the property
.lOlter Expires June 16,1977 64 : house door In the Month of described in such certificates: or be sold to the highest bidderat
PleasePr E. WELTY, 114 N. house door In the
One Coupon Per Customer RICHARD the court
June, 1977. which Is the 22nd certificates will be sold to the
Street P.O. Box 996, Month of June 1977 which is
Walnut ,
day of June, 1977.! highest bidder at the courthouse
I. 41
BUY ONE Starke, Florida, 32091 the 22nd day of June 1977.
18th of
Dated this day May, door in the Month of
PHONE 904/964-8060;( Dated this 18th day of May,
1977 June, 1977. which Is the 22nd

BIG TWIN; 5/26 2tchg 6/2 GILBERT S. BROWN dark of day of June 1977.! 1977.GILBERT S. BROWN, Clerk

Circuit Court of Bradford Dated this 18th day of May,
Court of Bradford
of Circuit
GET ONE.i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT County, Floral 1977.
Florida.
i EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF By Beulah M. Moody &//" GILBERT S. BROWN, Clerk County, 4/it.

I FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- of Circuit Court of Bradford
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FREE. FORD COUNTY. County. Florida.

AL 1 CASE NO.77-183 NOTICE OFAPPUCATION By Beuleh M. Moody 4/If'

../ exo"ttwe ticket to=, "" CIVIL ACTION FOR TAX DEED STATE VEHICLES
I .
1nI _
tree&a
.wd..a and get
e ( Dert__lettuc. In re: The matter of the adoption Sec. 194.18. F.S.
I chieegWd ipeciel uuce)-you ouyon. of DONALD WAYNE BEEMAN NOTICE APPUCATION Sealed Bid Sale

Otter Expires Jun. 15,1077 g4 and RICHARD PAUL BEEMAN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, FOR TAX DEED
One Coupon Customer Please Plaintiff. that Eugene F. Shaw the holder Sec. 194.18F.S. June IS. 1977

vs of the following csrtificatee: has NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
BUY ONE Defendant. flied said certificates for a tax that J.A. SCANLAN the holder 5 Cab & Chassis

NOTICE OF SUIT- deed to be issued thereon. The of the following certificate has

CHEESEBURGEROR NO PROPERTYTo certificate: number and years of flied said certificates for a tax 5 Pickups

( HAMBURGER). Issuance, the description of the deed to be issued thereon. The 2 Sedans
: DONALD WAYNE property, end the names in certificate numbers and yearn of

GET ONE STAFFORD Address which it was asssised are as issuance, the description: of the 2 Jeeps

:. Unknown. I follows: property, and the names In 1 Van

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Certificate No. 4 which it was massed are aa

i FREE. that an action for The adaption Year of Issuance 1975 follows: 1 Transport
i. DONALD WAYNE BEEMAN Description of Property\ 1/2 INT Certificate No. 72

"i J HeroMtendgetoneHemlMfOWorI Bn site ticket" n vty pemdpe na AND RICHARD PAUL BEEMAN IN AND TO ALL OIL & GAS & Year of l Issuance 1975 May Be Inspected At

.: .f I Cheeeeourgerfce.wtienifOuou oo* has been fled against you end OTHER MINERALS LYING & Description: of Property E 36' Of

.. 'Otter Expires June 19,1977 you are required to serve a copy SITUATED IN AND ABOVE IN LOT&W 38,'OF LOT 9 BLK 3 Union Correctional

.. Coupon Per Customer Pleat* 64 .. of your written defense, If any SW 1/4 of SE 1/4 DESC MISC SUNNY ACRES SEC 21,TwnS -G- )Institution'Motor Pool

One to it, on the plaintiffs attorney BK 15-482. Sec: 25, TWp 5-S, R-22. .
whose name and address .is Name in which assessed p, 0; Box 221

ttardeer: GEORGE H. PIERCE. Esquire, R20.Name In v.tIlchd LC. Corneiioua & Gertrude Coving- Ralford" Fla. 32083
P.O. Drawer 1030. Starke, HEYDRICK. ton.' .

The taste that brtngs you back. Florida 32091 end fie the original Al of said property being into Al of said property being In For Information

Fla. with the clerk of the above County of Bradford, State offlorid. the: County of Bradford, State of 804431.1212v.

301 South Starke. styled. court u__on or- before June. .. Florida.




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