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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 9, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Faced with the grim realityof generator at a cost pushing $1 the power business we must Charles Schaefer' said7"Thi8
increasing demands forpowE'r million; increase purchase of start planning for expansion, city will never be able to
I r rwY. ; declining revenues, power from Florida Power & either by another generator, generate electricity as cheapas
::w 'soaring prices 'of'' diesel oil, Light; or effect tie-in system or Inter-ties with other cities." we can buy it. with I the
and frequent' blackouts and with other municipal plants Councilman Joe Warren' present cost of diesel."
brownouts at the municipal which could provide excess said "I believe we can makeit
power plant. City Council power when needed here. through this summer but This remark was challenged "
called Tuesday night on the City Attorney George we've got to do something be- on the ground that no one '
Board 0(. Bond Trustees to Pierce advised the Council j) fore another summer." knows for sure what it ac>
: launch\ a study and recommend that, "If we're going to stay in Mayor Commissioner'' tually costs the city to ,

__ I solutions to Starke's __ ___ ._ generate a kilowatt of elect rl- '
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impending energy crisis. .'. city, there is no way to
II --S : determine this cost without a
e ing Double? The alternatives-all ex \: study by a qualified engin 'I.'r. ->"
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pensive-vuiuld be to relocate ,
+I'iuu u double I Is :it UIMN| 11t.lhilil| > lit| !Stark Kleincnlaryx : ( \Middle i 19 year-old Chris and Tracy Went are the (third grade reactors on-/ present switchgear -' : The frequent power interruptions ,' ;J
> Intnl. 'I I hr school lias right\ si-Is of. Iw ins and four of. (he sets are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Harold I). Skeen: ten-year-old at a cost In excess of now plaguing the ;" -'
in+ the I Clint: uiiuli. Debbie and Donna Moody are the daughters of Mr, and Mrs.. $100,000 which would increasethe plant were questioned und!
Twins an* ,ihiittum. l-rl l''i; swrnrarlct |{iilx. >rl iiiitl Datidiltsfiil \\1'hIl'YIoody: and are In the fourth grade generating capacity oft the Schaefer<<: said "the. one last
I I 'I Inn (MMiri*the first grade.unS. ; of. .\.I r. and :.Mrs. Hubert (Topi) Donny and Danny U'JNeal, H, are the third grade sons present plant by approximately Saturday afternoon causing/ a o
111,113)1| '; \iiit .....1 \iul\ 'TisiMi II. first grade dilllt'I'lIlIfIr.: and of :Mr.. and Mrs. David O'Neal; and Karen and Sharon Martin! H,' 1,000 KWs, (equal blackout of about an hour. and
111'. ll.iir. lisoti.; Janet. and Hsu KcmifiU. 7.. first, !grade the daughters/; of Mr. and Mm.. Ralph .!Martin are in the third ,to one small generator) 'a half in half of the l'ityl1I!<< Jr,
,l.iiiiilili-is.: nl Mix... ltnl\ :.Mai Kennedy. /grade. purchase and install another caused regulator.by ,a faulty iiir 'j 1

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picture when the city's

vamping Fire De part mentsRecreatiop. a engineer.progress Don report lUicknuin on federal gnu-

"201grants' for the city's
expanded S3.094,36u: : M W\T I
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plant updating construction "'
I of an irrigation sprat,: s:\'stem.
and reworking. of leaky sew (-1'
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With budget time approaching and hire someone to be have submitted bills in excess county roads and could not area'. Gaines 'said Bradford '+. .JIO'* "" ...;' "'I..l $719.770ith the only avail
Bradford County responsible.The of budget.In help them. Tha group asked I if along with Columbia and able funds in sight being a leftover
Commissioners meeting state prisoners could clean out Madison counties had low BHS valedictorian Darla Christopher ends her award filled balance of $218.000./ nowon
Monday June 6, said they Issue came to a head other action tabled: the ditch and Roberts said he. median incomes and high unemployment high school days with a quiet moment beneath a grape vine. The deposit left over from a
the board action on 1973 $1.250.000 bond issue.Barring .
would be looking toward re when clerk Gib Brown presented would check. rates. When the Harvard bound graduate will give a farewell address for the
vamping county fire departments the board with a bill for 'a gun permit application from second phase of the public class of 1977 at graduation ceremonies tomorrow night. i
and how to spend $581 from the Speedville Community Carl Hurst until a new law is -Commissioners and a works grants were given an unexpected
Recreation Associa available for study tabled windfall (such as the Federal
recreation Bradford
county money. representative from the County would be in
tion. The board had budgeted sealing the.driveway aroundthe Department of Transportation the "cat bird seat" Gaines government stepping in und
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Rankled by Individual committees $500 for the group and agreedto courthouse until the call conferred on the procedures to said. 207 BHS SeniorsTo deciding to fund 201\ projects
submitting bills for pay only that amount with for bids is advertised and follow in getting needed land 100 percent) the cityI ill I
recreation equipment and the remainder to be per tabled approval for the annual for the paving of the Crawford apparently have to resort to
then no one responsible for the sonally paid by the Speedville 16 county !Mental Health Settlement )Koad. The state -The board asked county attorney increasing the 1973 "openend"
care and upkeep the commissioners Association.The l District Plan. representative was told to Dudley Hardy to study bond issue by around
said they would be The Board unanimously contact the owners about methods of "cracking down' Get DiplomasIn $500.000. with resulting increases -
considering a main distribution board members said approved Mary Yearta as the donating the land to the on people violating the county in its monthly' bond
point for county bought they are currently giving the new home demonstation agent county and the county would garbage ordinance.'' Commis retirement payments.This i
athletic equipment. city of Starke $5,000 towardsits for the Extension Service. pick up the tab for the docu- sioner Maxie Carter told the
Chairman George Roberts recreation program and County agent Bobby Taylor mentary stamps. board the county had collected year the annual pay-
indicated the auditor would supporing individual gave the board Mrs. Yearta's $721 in fees since May 1 from FridayRites ments on retiring three out
look with disapproval on programs in Lincoln City qualifications and recommended The board approved at the out-of-county residents to use standing bond issues will total
spending county money and Pleasant Grove and Theressain her for the position. request of zoning director the county dumping facility. 239372.
then not having responsibilityover addition to Speedville.. -Chairman Roberts told a LM. Gaines a resolution accepting Carter said the newest compactor Grnduation ceremonies for Bradford Memorial Stadium. .
the equipment. Roberts delegation from Griffis Loop the designation from 'would also go into 207 Bradford County High Rep. Frank Williams will
said the county was going to Road the county was limitedto the federal government operation this week at the site School seniors will begin with address the graduating class
depart
have to consider forming its correcting drainage making Bradford County an of the old Starke city dump on Pomp and Circumstance before diplomas and awards County
own recreation department' scrutiny In the past when they problems In connection with economic redevelopment old Lawtey Road. Friday June 10, at 8 p.m. at are bestowed upon the 1976-77

seniors. ..
.. Charles Francis, director of

mn.trt'rr' Error Found In Bid Award will curriculum offer comments and instruction and Attacks I''
m 11e ii (! Hospital Roman Alvarez pastor of
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Pine Level Baptist Church,
will give the inspirational

Action Rescinded On Inhalation. Therapy message benediction.Beth Davis, the. president invocation of and the HydrillaFollowing I


... ., senior ceremonies.class, will be master.of discussion Bradford up a January County
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A mistake in hat had been scheduled as a current fiscal year. mondson said he would haveto was low bidder. Welty's Top Honors for the Bradford Commissioners voted una-
has caused t the eting of the hospital HSF, the local firm which work out an orderly tran- opinion was backed by the County High School 1977 nimously Monday June 6, to
r Hospital Hoard to and grounds com- hospital trustees erroneously sfer of services so inhalation' state attorney general office graduating class go to spend $3.000 for hydrilla ,
Friday,June 10 :Miiy ::'K award of ''All five board thought May\ 28 to be the low therapy treatments would not valedictorian Darla Jean control for the) county.
therapy services to signed statements bidder was second high at an be interrupted The bid this time was sub- Christopher and co-
BHS Graduation Services of Florida ( prior notice of a audited figure of $38,050.58.HSF Edmondson said the mitted by a firm called salutatorians Susan Lynne Joe Hinkle regional aquatic
Football Stadium undo insteadaward l the ." and the special based its bid on receiving hospital board is still thinkingof Hospital Services of North Edwards and Nancy LeAnn botanist with the Florida
I p.m.Tuesday .. Professional. Medical was'i held late Wed- 48 percent of the gross income providing inhalation Florida but the hospital administrator Hildreth. Fresh Water Fish and Game
or Orlando. A Telegraph reporter after allowing 14 percent for therapy treatments on its was told to changethe Miss Christopher, daughterof Commission, told the board in
June 14 The mistake was informed of the special uncollectable debts. own as has been suggested by name back to Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. January the water weed had
been found In
during the Thursday meeting as it was being Hospital Ancillary Services former HSF employee Chuck Services of Florida. Ed- Christopher of Starke, main- and Rowell Alligator Lake. Hinkle Creek
I Breaker Council May 26. hoard but did not attend. of Leesburg was third low at Rigby. That is the reason for mondson said he checked and tained a 3.947 grade point
.; 7pm. Chairman Billy Trustee Charney Williams an audited figure of $38.426.29. the one-year contract there was no firm registered average throughout her high presented about at that time a plan
Iw used a calculator to to rescind the Thur based on 45 percent of the awarded PMS Edmondsonsaid. under the name of Hospital school career. Miss Edwards, costing $4.500 to cover
the cost of
Hampton Council the complicated bids action. Trustee George gross income with no allow Services of North Florida.CORRECTIONI daughter of Mr. and Mrs. chemicals. The applying the
.
i 7:30 p.m. ''on a percentage of the .. seconded and the ance for bad debts. Inhalation The error In bid calculationswas William H. Edwards of contribute state will ,\
to the
from inhalation passed unanimously Therapy Services of Marietta, explained to the media ina Kingsley Lake, and Miss $1,500
BUARCM.mbershlp varying on whether ith Chairman Dampier, and Ga.was fourth low bidder at press conference last In its June 2 edition of The Hildreth daughter of Mr. and program.
would supply all attend'w Dan Williams and an audited figure of $46.000. Thursday afternoon June 2. Telegraph reported that Mrs. Herbert R. Hildreth of Hinkle said the immediate
Sunshine Acre and on the percentage Green joining to award A fifth bid from Respiratory attended by Edmondson and Hospital Services of Floridawas Kingsley Lake, are close goals would be to ,
7:30 p.m. debts allowed. inhalation therapy ser- Products of Florence S C. board secretary Inez Green. low bidder to provide behind with identical 3.921 hydrilla out of Sampson Lake.keep
The mistake was to Professional Medical was not considered because it !Mrs. Green termed the error inhalation therapy services to grade point averages.Cosalutatorians He said at the
t North Central Tuesday May 31. In a of Orlando for a was based on a fee schedule "embarrassing." but said all the Bradford County HospitaL Susan Lake present time ( .
Florida Health check on the.board'.' fi of one year. Charney rather than a percentage. bids are accepted conditionally But the Telegraph) switchedthe Edwards and Nancy Hildreth Crosby weed. was free of the
Planning Council by the office of had made the motion IISF has provided Inhalation until audited and checkedby bid amounts erroneously will give the welcoming ad- t
Courthouse auditor Albert H. previous -week to accept therapy services to the the board attorney. making it appear In the story dress. Valedictorian Darla Congressrna'n Don is
7p.m.Sljr .. of Gainesville. soon s bid. then thought low. Bradford hospital for the past After HSF won the Inhalation at the bottom of Page 1 that Christopher will give the fare-, currently asking Congress. to
c.1 corrected figures were The audited figures showed three years. HSF won the bid therapy bid from PMS HSF did not have the low bid. well address for the class. provide $t million for an .intensive ,
to Hospital Medical ServicesPMS three years ago from PMS three years ago It was broughtout HSF did in fact,. receive acu.uutonal Awards and scholarship research program on '
((!!ommut1i !J R.D. Edmondson he <(< ) entered the low bid at the firm which originally pro- that relatives of two : bid award as low presentations will be given by methods to control the spread
back to Starke to set PMS offered its vided Inhalation therapy former hospital trustees and a bidder. However a mistake In BHS Principal C.C./Anderson., of .h ,drUla. .
6-talpSattk special meeting to \' at 46.5 percent of treatment to the list of relative of a former hospital figuring was discovered the Superintendent Tom 'Casey''
May 28 action in which percent c allowing for a hospital services. administrator.were' directors May 28 action was rescinded.For will handle presentation, .of'diplomas. Fuqua 'laid approximately'
".._ N.w IMsr.e yr was erroneously debt fate of 13.85 percent) The con tract of HSF expired .of HSF. '- further information see .- 10.000. acres were covered
T....._.. low bidder. the gross income. The bids May 31, Edmondson said but Attorney Richard Welty advised story in this edition about the The BHS band band BHS with the-aquatic plant in 1963
e.e.nM 0._"uMw.rn, i.....' All five board based on $92.016.95.: the HSF has agreed to continue to the hospital trustees at bid rescinsion. chorus,will provide the music and In 1977 it is estimatedmore
were present to inhalation therapy serve the hospital until PMS ,the-t1me that there was no The Telegrpah sincerely than 200.000 acres are
afternoon, June 1 I. to '" the first six months of the' takes, over 'In late. June. L Ed conduct ofjntere since HSF regrets the error. See l"aX..18 heavily !Infested In '"Florida..t. .


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: PageZA TELEGRAPH June 9, 1971 ---- -- -- __ ____ _______..AI .
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Donna Pauley and Richard Solze, Jr. -


I Wed May. 20 At Grace Methodist Church ?T:9I: 9' decTe J


Grace United Methodist nosegay of pink miniature '
I Church in Lawtey was the carnations, yellow and green c4 1 II fool y 4oclrl y Cdito, 964-7608
setting for the marriage of mums and greenery.A __ _
Donna Sue Pauley daughterof / reception was held in the YT 41palr ;, -- .'
Mr. and Mrs. Obed M. church Fellowship Hall. Lee Anne Ashline Wed 28
Pauley to Richard C. Solze Standing In the receiving i.* Jeannie Faulk and Vic Nettles May I

Jr., son of Mr..and Mrs. line were the bride groom and Eldon
Richard Clair Solze. all of their parents. Dampier at Church Of Latter Day SaintsMiss
Starke, on May 20 at 7:30: p.m. The bride's table was J .
with Rev William C. Lovell covered with a white linen To Wed July 16
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performing the nuptials. cloth imported from Italy and '.; : Carla Jean Faulk of
The altar was lined with hand embroidered with white Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ashline 1 ; Kingsley Lake and Victor
baskets of white gladioli, pink lilies-of-tho-valley a symbolof announce the engagement and York Nettles of Lake Butler
carnations yellow and green purity. Centering the table approaching marriage of their ., ; were united in marriage
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mums and ferns against a was a three tiered wedding O a daughter Lee Anne to Eldon 1t, ... Saturday May 28, at 4 p.m. at
background of arched can- cake topped with a bride and Gerald Dampier son of Mr. the Church of Jesus Christ of
delabra with burning white groom. Mrs. Linda DeVore, and Mrs. John Dampier, all of j Latter Day Saints in Starke.
tapers. cousin of the bride cut the Starke. .. .j Elder Ernest Peacock performed I r.. i.
Miss Leonette Dyal, cake. Miss Ashline and Mr. the nuptials.The jT'
organist, presented a Dampier both graduated from ;;:p.;-. bride is the daughter of
program of nuptial music. The punch table was Bradford High School in 1976. Mr. and Mrs. Lucian A. Johnsof r

David DeVore attended as covered with a white linen Mr. and' Mrs. Richard Solze. The wedding will take place .. Jacksonville and the grand- ,
best man. Ushers were Bobby cloth and centered with a Jr. Saturday, July 16, at 1 p.m. at daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 4
Patterson and Larry Patterson crystal punch bowl encircled St. Edward's Church. Maxie Carter. Sr. of Kingsley
with greenery interspersedwith Lake. Mr. Nettles is the son of 1i
Miss Teresa DeVore attended gardinias. Mrs. Miriam Frost of
as maid of honor. She Assiting is serving 'were Mrs.C.B.Terwil legarHonoredlayLuncheon Madison Tenn. and the late
wore a long green polyester Mrs.Grady M. Pauley sister. Ellis Nettles of Lake Butler.
sleeveless gown with ties at in-law of the bride and Mrs Friday At BirthcMrs. ( Susan Ebling, Mrs. George -Canova. .
the shoulders and V neckline. Alma Norman cousin of the organist and Jimmy Alvarez r .
She carried an arm bouquet of bride. Clyde B Terwillegar Following the luncheon Mrs. GaryBakken soloist presented a programof Alye
long stemmed yellow carnations Following a wedding trip to was complimented with a Terwillegar was presented nuptial music.
with yellow St Augustine and Disney luncheon Friday at the with a birthday cake and all To Wed Sept. 17 On either side of the altar
streamers. World the couple are residing Holiday Inn in celebration of the guests sang "Happy Birth- were two standing baskets of
The bride, given in in Lawtey. her birthday given by Mrs, day after which the honoreewas Mr. and Mrs. Warren E. white gladioli, white daisies
K.A. Green and Mrs. Curtis asked to a resume of
marriage by her brother The bride and groom are give Ebling announce the pink carnations and baby'sbreath
Grady M. Pauley wore a silk both 1975 graduates of Sanders her life. engagement of their daughter accented with white
Bradford School. Guests were received in the Each guest was then askedto and hot pink varigated
with High
lace white gown square Susan, to Gary Bruce Bakken
neckline and layered with Mr. Solze is a correctional lobby by the hostesses and introduce themselves and of Chanute AFB Ill., son of Rubrum lilies. On the far side ; .
lace. The gown had an empire officer at the Reception and directed into the dimngroom tell of their present occupations Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. of the altar were two fern J '
waistline and tiered lace long !Medical I Center in Lake Butler where they were seated at a which: was a Bakken, Jr. of Starke. trees along with two smaller ,
sleeves. She wore a single and Cpl. in the U.S.M.C.R. at beautifully appointed U- highlight of the party. The wedding will take place fern balls on the altar railing ."
strand of pearls and carried a Jacksonville NAS. shaped table. The table was While Mrs. Terwillegar September 17 at the First also centering the altar was a
covered with white linen opened her gifts a FriendshipBook
United Methodist fern tree. On the piano was an
cloths and held arrangementsof was passed around and Starke. Church arrangement of the same

I Amanda Beauchamp, hydrangeas and an antiquefive each guest wrote a personalwish Miss Ebling will be a 1977 flowers. In the foyer was a
branch candelabra entwined to the honoree. table arrangement of fresh .
Richard V. St. John Engagement Told with ivy and holding The hostesses presented the School.graduate of Bradford High greens.

burning white tapers. honoree with a pink carnation J.C. Warren attended as
Mr and Mrs Richard of their daughter. Amanda Jo, Mr. Bakken is a 1976
corsage. best Ushers "
were
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Beauchamp of Owensboro. to Richard Vincent St. John graduate of Bradford High tr,:
Starke Misfits Thomas D. Nettles brother of '\ t
School and is
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K>. announce the engagement son of Mr. and Mrs Richard presently the groom: Carlton Faulk. ;
St John. Sr. of Starke Irita Crawford, receiving specialized training brother the bride and Keith ., "
Honor CoupleAt in the aircraft ; .
!Mr St. John is the grandsonof equipment the ,'
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Carter cousin of bride. .
UlltKSAKTZOKDAINKI maintenance field at ChanuteAir .;f"ii.
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John Sharp '. 'II
the late Mildred Vincent St Mrs. William Howard of <
: ; ) HousewarmingThe Force Base Ill .\ :t
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John of Sta rke and Bradenton. ,
Jacksonville attended as .,'" .
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Hev Charles H. Swartz.Jr All friends and relatives are \ ,. 'IC "
? The wedding will be in the Wed 26 """ >> .1
May matron of honor. She wore a _
of Madison Street invited to attend the '
pastor weddingand
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Church and Mrs. American Church of London Starke Misfits were pink crepe polyester gown 4I.j nit "I-i- '
Baptist reception following. >
Swartz and daughter Barbie London. England in August. hosts to Donald Wheeler and Irita Carol Crawford with floral sheer chiffon i f\'. "! .,
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The couple are serving in Paula Tanner at a May 31 daughter/ of Mr. and Mrs. capelet. ; ,. 1F ,
have returned from Miami -
where Rev Swartz preachedthe the U.S. Navy in London. Housewarming.The Stanley Crawford of Starke. Vickie Norman Miss Mary Addingtlon of : I
) ordination sermon For his ............................ couple was united in and John Francis Sharp, son Jacksonville and Mrs. Marion :Mrs. Victor Nettles
marriage on June 3. of Mr. and Mrs. George J. President Of and Ms. Martel
son. Chuck's ordination into llrui irriva ftMr Starling breath with burning tapers. Mrs E.W: Hayes Mrs. Arlin
Donald and Paula opened of
the Ministry of Music on June ..............?............ home on Butler Sharp united Hollywood were Johns sisters of the bride of Draping the cake table and McKmght. Mrs. A.Y
their in
new marriage on Little WomenVickie Jacksonville were at-
Mrs. James
I. smilax Covington.
Road for the evening of fun punch tables were
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Chuck has been called to the and Mrs Scott the Thursday, May 26.After tendants. They wore pink roping accented with hot pink Blaikbhear Mrs: Betty Haas.
Church of ,and refreshments for a wedding trip toMiami Norman was elected crepe polyester gowns with Mrs. Garl \ Mrs.
Riverside Baptist Whitehead of Starke announcethe bows on each corner and in the Mathews
I North Miami as Minister of birth of a son. Cavin Todd. members of the Softball club the couple are residing president of the Little matching color sheer chiffon center of the tables. Aroundthe Charley Johns. Mrs Guy Sale
Music and Youth. horn June :3. Alachua General and their wives.received in Starke Women's Club at the Monday capelets.The punch bowls and cake was Mrs. J D. SemourIrs.: Tom
He is a graduate of Mars Hospital The couple many night meeting held at the club matron of honor and smilax and white pompoms. .Harding.': Mrs.. Brach Collins
useful and attractive gifts
Hill Baptist College Mars Grandparents are Mr and from the Mrs. Farnsworth house. attendants wore rubrum lilies Mrs. Felton Smith and Mrs. Mrs <'N. Christy Miss\
Hill. N C. and Southwestern Mrs. L.K. Whitehead of Keystone guests. Mrs Ann Allen. outgoing with baby's breath in their Ricky Frick cut and servedthe Norma; 'anova and !\Irs. Paul
Baptist Theological Seminary:\ Heights and Mr and Wheeler Hostesses and Mrs ere Sheila Sylvia Cox. Honored At president. Installed the hair and carried arm cake. Presiding at the Bridges!
of Fort Worth Texas. :Mrs Ovid Norman of Waldo following officers to serve bouquets of hot pink miniature punch bowls were, Donna
Stork Shower with Miss Norman: vice- carnations, hot pink and white Prevail Dianne Thomas. Following wedding trip to
president Melinda Mallory, varigated rubrum lilies accented Mrs. Richard Wimpy and (Vdar Keys the couple is residing
; Denmarks Furniture secretary Lynn Barber; with baby's breath and Miss Sarah Barefoot. in take Butler
CompanyFather's Mrs. Pat Farnsworth.was treasurer, Brenda Sapp. hot pink ribbons with Mrs. W.B. Mundy directedthe Thc bride is employed lit the
honored at a stork shower and ? Preceding the installation streamers/ .wedding and reception. Reception and :Medical Center
luncheon Saturday at' the',the club sponsors Mrs. Miss Danielle .Starling;, Assisting in serving ere :Mrs in Lake Butler
Day SaleONLY Garden Restaurant given by George Canova and Mrs niece of the bride served as VK. Mathis !Mrs C,HN'asworthv Mr: Nettles is employed b>'
Mrs. Richard Odom. Mrs. Gus Robert E. Allen Jr. preparedand flower girl. She wore a floral Mrs J.H. Dupre. Glen Howard in Lake Butler.
Kopelousos and Mrs. Harry served the girls a chiffon gown over pastel pink
9 MORE SHOPPING DAYS I I I (;ruen. spaghetti supper. The dining crepe polyester with velvet Salazar Dance Recital Held 26
Guests were seated at a T- table was centered with an ribbon at the waist. She May m

1 shaped table where place arrangement of blue carried a' white lace basket Dorothy Winter Salazar. Williams and Dianne and
cards marked the seating hydrangeas.The with hot pink ribbon and School of Dance, spring Melanie Woods.
arrangement for the 25 guests. seven BHS seniors streamers of white petals. recital was held !May 26 at 7:30:
The head table was centered leaving the club were The bride given in p.m. at the Woman's Club of
with an arrangement of pink presented with a trophy marriage by her grandfather, Starke. Jimmy Lawson served as
blue and yellow pompoms. engraved "Little Women's Maxie Carter Sr., wore a silk Students taking part were: master of ceremonies. Each
Down the length of the table Club." organza wedding gown with Kathy Ackridge. Renna child was! presented with a
was a runner of fern interspersed The club presented their Venice lace in candlelightwith Alters. Lisa Brown. Stefame small gift at the close of the i
with pompoms and sponsors Mrs. Canova and cap sleeves and a high Cubbedge. Amie and Julie recital
roses. Mrs. Allen, with milk glass neckline edged in Venice lace. Ferguson. Vickie and Chuck
For dessert a sheet cake vases for their help and Appliques of Venice lace fell Goodowns, Alisha and Erika
decorated with baby faces and guidance during the club year. from the waistline to the hem- Gruen, Kelly Hester Lynn After the program refresh-
pink and blue roses was During the program four on- line.The floor length gown fell Holtzendorf Elizabeth ments were served in the
tItI served. the-spot skits were presentedby into chapel length train. Her Kopelousos Elisabeth sunroom by Maria Kopelousosand
The hostesses presented the Denise Brewer, Vickie elbow length mantilla was Lawson, Tammy Lynn Gladys Thomas. The table
honoree with a baby strolleras Norman, Cindy Canova edged in Venice lace and attached Stephanne O'Steen. Catrell was covered with a lace cloth
a memento of the occasion Karen Powell)) and Brenda to a contour Juliet veil. Overstreet. Stacy Pugh and centered with an
Roberts. She carried a nosegay of white Danaka Richardson Michelle arrangement of roses.
TRAVEL ADVENTURE Plans were discussed for the roses stephanotis and baby's Sexton Maria Thomas
JJ- h 11 ; Disney World and Sea World breath along with a white Adrienne Welly, Brooke
> > EDUCATION'See trip August W. catleya orchid corsage.A FLORIDATHEATRE

i Chief US ............................. reception was held in the
Navy
Kelly Woman's Club of Starke
Recruiting Station Starke Mrs. W.M. Winberly was where Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr.
l Monday 10 A.M. Iii 2 P.M. admitted to the cardiac Inten- and Mrs. L.H. Jennings STARKE 98454515Davs
Bradford Square tiro'"j/1 ; "' sive care unit at Alachua greeted the guests at the door.
General Hospital on Monday. Sandra Ebling and Katherine
Lewis kept the bride's book at
a table centered with a
\ memory candle with white R- TuES
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The silk dogwood and lilies-of-the
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valley.On Aik
either side of the stage

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Altar Society Mrs. Herb Thomas Howard Reddings 25th Anniversary I
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Outlines Installed President Celebrating their 25th be Mr. and Mrs Howard
wedding anniversary in Lake Redding of Raiford
Summer PlansMrs. Of Weeks UDC Butler Sunday June 19, will A retption will be held
honoring the couple from 2:30:
Richard Coss Donna Prevatt 4 p.m. at the Lake Butler
president presided at the Mrs. Herbert Thomas was Housing Project community
s ti x1p June 6 meeting of St. Edward's installed president of the W.T. Michael Hartley''' building.
Altar Society held in Weeks chapter, UDC, at the Family members are
the Parish Hall covered dish luncheon- To Wed June 11 hosting the celebration. No
Other new officers at- meeting held Wednesday of invitations will be sent and all
tending the meeting were: last week at theKingsley Lake Miss Donna Prevatt of friends and relatives of the
Mrs. Victor Ashline, vice- home of Mrs. W.B. Mundy. Starke and Michael Hartley of couple are cordially invited to l'
r f president; Mrs. Norman Mrs. C.A. Knight Installedthe St. Augustine will be united in attend. ,-

Phillips, secretary and Mrs. following officers to serve marriage Saturday, JUlIe 11, .............................
Clermont Bizier, treasurer.Mrs. with Mrs. Thomas; vice. at 7.30: p.m. in the First
Coss made the president, Mrs. Guy Sale; Baptist Church with a Mr. and MrsR.W. Milner ,
and and Mrs. Mark
Mr.
Jr
following appointments with treasurer Miss Norma reception following in the
explanation of each duty: t// Canova, secretary Miss Woman's Club of Starke. Milner and daughter attendedthe
Altar Chairman Mrs Henry Madge Middleton; historian, All friends and relatives are Thompson family reunionat
Stefanelli, Social Chairman Mrs. J-I.L. Spear; recorder of invited to attend. a lake near Keystone
Mrs: Robbie Shaller; Religious crosses, Mrs. Thomas, Heights on Saturday.ANNOUNCING ,
Articles Chairman T : registrar Miss Middleton.
Mrs. Josephine Cumber. Mrs. Preceding the installation a
f fJI Lester Humphries was appointed 1 buffet luncheon was served by
to Community Af Mrs. Mundy, Mrs. Charles E.
fairs; Mrs. Joe Glssy Family Johns and Mrs Guy Sale. The
Affairs, Mrs. Beverly Tyrrell buffet table was centered withan The Official Opening Of
Church Communities Af arrangement of altheas.
fairs; Mrs. John Samons Attractive arrangements of THE COMMUNITY DAY CARE CENTER
Mr. and Mrs. James!! Love
Organizational Services Mrs. summer flowers were used
..... .
-- .. '" Francis Meng International throughout the home for the June 13 1977
Monday
Arlette Nies and ,
Mr and Mrs. John I). Williamson Affairs and Mrs. Helen Van Jim Love occasion
Wort Telephone Chairman. Mrs Guy Sale, outgoing Serving Children
I Debbie Coleman Williamson Mrs.Tyrrell volunteered for., Wed May 21 at Ormond BeachMiss president, presided over a e
altar care during June with short business meeting Ranging From 3 Months

Wed Mrs Lester Humphries After the meeting and To 5 Years Of Age
May 28 The bride, given In
having this care during July. Arlette Jean Nies, luncheon a social hour was
Debbie Kay Coleman and had dinner at the Holiday Inn Plans were made for a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. marriage by her mother and enjoyed by the 22 attending. The Center Will, ee open
father. designedby
Edwin R Nies of Ormond wore a gown
John David Williamson were in Gainesville.The reception Communicants on June 12 for and First for beach, and James Clyde Loveof her mother, made of white ............................ e Daya A Weak
united in May 28 at 4 Holy Monday thru
marriage Friday
in A-line style full
Starke, son of Mr. and Mrs. crepe an
p.m. at the home of the couple is residing at recognition of High School Stewart Love of Harnsonville, length sleeves that flaired at Mr and Mrs. Jerome Ed- 1:00: 8m. 5 OO p m!.
groom's parents near Waldo. Five Winds Lodge, South of Graduates. Mo, were united in the wrist Blue and white lace wards and children of Napleswill
Following the wedding and Starke, following a wedding The president suggested May 21 at 2 p.m. In the marriage Grace trimmed the V neckline, waist visit their parents Mr. For InformationCall
reception the wedding party trip in South Florida. reception of Communion in a Baptist Church Ormond and sleeve edges. Her elbow and Mrs. Merrill Edwards, 984-8866
group on the first Sunday of
Beach. length veil of net was securedto next week.
each month with recitation of
Donna Prevatt Is HonoreeAt the Rosary preceeding this Pastor Albert J. Schulz and a headband covered with
I Mass Pastor Richard Martin performed white lace flowers. She
Bridesmaid LuncheonThe Reverend Father Patrick the nuptials.Mrs. carried a small white Bible

Foley, pastor will conduct a Helen Pearson, topped with white rosebuds. Chitty home on Searing The table was covered with an Morning Bible Study Group organist presented nuptial A buffet style luncheon and ;e P9 YOU ARE INVITEDHOMECOMING
,
street was the setting for a imported Army-Navy Lace each Thursday at 9 o'clock. music.. reception was held in the
bridesmaid luncheon, Cloth over a pink liner. Members decided to Greg Johnson of Callao, Mo church Fellowship Hall.
Saturday, honoring Miss Two dining tables were set prepare Comfort Bags for attended as best man. Ushers A three tiered wedding cake
Donna Prevatt, whose up in the family room for the Lake City Veterans to be were Kenneth Nies, brother of decorated with yellow roses DAYAT
marriage to Michael Hartleywill other guests and were centered distributed in September. A the bride and Steve Wright of and white daisies, topped with
be an event of this with mixed 50-50 Club will be set up with Starke. small while doves centered
Saturday night at 8 p.m. arrangements of summer the first drawing to be held on Miss Kitty Murray attendedas the bride's table. Shirley
Hostesses for this affair blossoms. Placecards markedthe July 17 along with a bake sale. maid of honor. She wore a Hmgle and Mary Hmgle cut
were Mrs. Edmond D. Tenly, seating arrangement for Other tentative plans includea pale green gown of crepe with the cake CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCHJUNE
Sr. Miss Sandra Chitty, and the 24 invited guests. Hanging rummage sale on August 27 matching green flowered
Mrs. Joan Chitty baskets of ferns and other and a Fall Bazaar and Car capelet and wore a picture hat Gigi Souders kept thebride's 12. 1977
Upon arrival the guests tropical plants were placed at nival. with a band of fabric mat. book. Assisting were
were served appetizers by vantage points in the party Mrs. Samons, president of ching the capelet. She carrieda Mrs. Rose Matheny and Mrs.
Mrs. Donald Carter. Miss rooms. the Gainesville Deanery, lace fan with pale green Bernard Hingle.
Prevatt was presented with a detailed explanation gavea of roses created by the bride's Following a wedding trip to Special Singing by The Frampton Family ,
corsage and silver wedding Assisting in caring for and Affiliation, Deanery and mother. St Petersburg and Tarpon
cake knife as a memento of serving the guests were Mrs. Diocesan organization. Mrs. Attendants were Carol Nies, Springs the couple is residing
the occasion. Charles Darby and Karen Lester Humphries told of the sister-m-law of the bride, and at 507 W Call Street, Starke. Guest Speaker: Bro. Ralph Smith
The bride and bridesmaid'stable Chitty. Florida Council of Catholic Debbie Matheny, Miss Nies The bride is a senior at
was set up in the dining Out of town guests attendingwere Women organization which wore a light yellow gown with Flagler College, St.
room. Centering the table wasa the grooms mother Mrs. she serves as Treasurer. matching yellow flowered Augustine, majoring in ('7'\ [)
large bride doll flanked by L.O. Hartley,and Mrs. Shirley At the conclusion of the capelet. Miss Matheny wore a English with a minor in aLJ Inner on I J inslinS inI
two arrangements of pink and Ann Cooksey and Miss Linda meeting refreshments were peach colored gown with Religion Cc.
red roses in silver containers. Cooksey all of St Augustine served by Mrs. Gladys matching peach flowered Mr. Love is a 1976 graduateof
Weldon. capelet. They each wore the University of Missouriand tha.A/'hrnoon/
III (CjrounJi
hats with band is of the i
Tinsler of
I Robyn Honored ............................ picture fabric matching each one's First presently Christian pastor Church,

At Bridal Shower Mrs. H.G. Bollinger re- capelets. They carried lace Starke.
turned Tuesday night from fans with rose! matching their
Miss Hiitnn I'msler.June II The refreshment table was three weeks visit with her son dresses. All the flowers were i,-------------------------------------- -------------- I

(mill*-ektt: was honored at a l'l'nteredith two single m-law and daughter Mr and handmade by ,the bride's. .... ;
William Breland and mother. '" I Ii' n. '. .. ...... '' ... ..... .
lirid.ilshown I Kiidievening.. candle holders entwined with Mrs I 11 a r. !: :, at ,v AdiYa M\ ";'>0 """r"" 4 J
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cousins, Marie and Susie \\anen will be united in

Wells. marriage Saturday, June 11. Please Excuse Us For Omitting
Games were played; and .it 7 p m. at the First Baptist
prizes awarded Church in 1.11tl'Y with. a STEVE I SCOTT WHITEHEAD, BUILDERS As many know, we had a
Along with 23 cousins, reception following in the
Verna Davis, mother of the fellowship Hall. t. From Last Weeks List stock reduction sale back in April :
bride-elect and a few close All friends and relatives are
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;' 'The Magic Needle' Sets Annual -Kimberly. Jackson". J( Crowned'- Tiny Queen- Band Members Receive Superior' Ratings

,
Little Miss Kimberly Bet Thirteen Bradford County Yawn french horn solo; Mitchell, Ronda Griffls.
Jackson, a five-year-old High School band members Chuck Hudson drum solo; Stephanie Green Debby
I Needle1vorkShowJune16-18 daughter of Jeffrey Jackson of received superior ratings for Kathy Frider, bassoon solo; Harper and Karen Reddish.
Starke, and Vickie Hyrne of solo and ensemble during the Lee Felton, and Mike Ricks, Receiving excellent ratings
Moncks Corner S.C. was State Band contest May 6 in tuba solos. were: Paula Carter, piano
The Magic Needle In Starke
? crowned Southland Tiny Jacksonville, in which the Ensembles were: Terry solo; Melanie Morris, clarinet
located at 1517 Bessent Road, Goolsby, solo Bayles, Cana Schmidt
Queen at Charleston Area band received an overall Mundorff John ; Faye
has set its annual needleworkshow May 17.Kimberly. excellent rating. Betsy Yawn and Dirk Sch- flute solos; Mike
June 16-18 in celebration Those receiving superior at midt, french horn quartet; Wallace tympani solo; Patty
of this the month.shop's fourth birthday will be competing the state level were: Betsy and the majorette corps, Lisa Mullins Beth Patray and
for the National Tiny Cana Schmidt flute trio;
Last year the display In- Queen solo
Samons, twirling ;
Donna
title June 9-12 in Lake
cluded 148 entries of needlecraft Buena Hazen, Lisa Mitchell
Vicky
of all shapes and Vista. P.r& a Ronda Griffis and Briar
tyres.
forms from the northeast Kimberly Is the grand .. ,,/ Patray clarinet quartet;
daughter of Mr. and
part of the state. Mrs. and Mrs. W.A. Rawlsof
Capt. Collier Debby Harperand
Mrs. Marty Barry, owner of James F. Putnam and Blake ..,;;/ mf' Mr. and Mrs. Phil Cooke River Phyllis clarinet
,"' Crystal were Melanie Morris,
The Magic Needle,anticipates Jackson and is and the Lucille Jackson' .;,.,..;.,..": 's.: I'P., and three children Tampa weekend guests of Mr. and trio; and Kathy Grider, Mike
uneven larger participation in great grand ,; are Thursday to Saturday Mrs.>John Myers, Futch and Patty Mullins,
dalMarty daughter of Mrs. 't
the show this year with Margaret guests of Mr, and Mrs. trio.
various unique displays such Jackson of Starke. : 1 Richard Welty. Mrs. Cooke Mrs, Jean Rathel of saxophone
as a Mola entry, a type of reversed Kimberly enjoys tap and and Mrs. Welty were high Salisbury, Md. and Mr. and
applique stitch, and an ballet dancing and trampoline E "I school and college Mrs. W.R. Royster, Jr. and e.l.Irtsurarrce.CnsltDicidends/ ,

antique sampler which was jumping. ;]J ifd: classmates. son, Mike of North Augusta,
tone in 1899. Local admittances to S.C. arrive Sunday to spend a
The only request made of few days with Mr. and Mrs. Com to Vets
Bradford ing
this
, entries been Is that they have not _._- "'-, .- ......_ ...- ..-,- Yeager Chap. No. 62 And MasonsTo week include County: Hospital Mrs. Pearl Drew Reddish and Mrs.
displayed or shown Mamie Lou Edwards. The Veterans Administration -
before but do Barry stands her needlework Colson, Mrs. Evelyn Ritch,
not necessarily among many
To Have Supper June 18 Mrs. Louisa is doing its part to help
have to have been made bv the items found In her shop. - Muzzillo, Eugene
f entrant. Lee, 'Mrs. Karron Green, President Carter stimulatethe
The show consists of just express her talents in work for order to restock her shop with James Yeager chapter No. his lodge many timesas Tommy Brantley, John Karen Cissy of Tallahasseewill national economy by
",, about every type of needlework herself. Some of her crafts, the newest and latest items, 62 Royal Arch Masons Master. Sutton Mrs. Honor Sweat, be spending the weekend accelerating payment of $180
[: I imaginable from tatted like rug hooking turns into a and possibly to Europe next together with Lawtey Lodge Dennis Anderson, Mrs. Faye with her parents Mr and Mrs. million in GI Insurance cash
.. and crocheted tablecloths family project at night while fall to attend the Royal will gather June 18 at Lawteyat Entertainment includingtwo Ann Johnson Mrs. Elminy Joe Gissy On Saturday night dividends during the next few
afghans, framed needle looking at TV Academy of Needlework in 7 p.m. for a covered dish 16 mm films will be held. Smith, John Davis, Miss Eula Mr. and Mrs. Gissy and ,weeks.
point All Masons and their children Karen, Cindy,Denise President Carter approvedthe
\" designs, hooked rugs, to cross "I 1 always carry a piece of London. supper honoring Brother Norman, Mrs. Carrie
C. who families are invited to attend. Williams and Miss and Jimmy, along with move which will deliverthe
i !stitch and petit pointJudging needlework in my car in case I For those area residentswho Hubbard Harley, has.I Carol
li will take place am detained at a railroad have not been fortunate Starling of Starke; Mrs. friends Mike Sherman of dividends to 2.1 million
prior to the opening of the crossing or someplace else," enough to visit The Magic 2)j Mildred Sutherby and Mrs. Starke; Kim Huff of St. World War One and Two and
show by three out-of-town she said. Mrs. Barry could Needle before, this month, DUPLICATE BRIDGE {IoJ now Willie McVeigh of Keystone Augustine; and Clay Town- Korean War veterans still
I judges with blue ribbons easily be recognized by June 16, 17 and 18, would be a CLUB RESULTS Heights; Mrs. Maggie Hodge, send of Palatka; will I be attending maintaining government
awarded for the best works most opportune time to be- Jeff Wrenshall and Eva A.C. Basford of Kingsley Mrs. Ella Prescott and Arthur the Alhambra dinner insurance policies issued
(:iift certificates will be Issuedin she anyone will, anywhere, because come acquainted with Mrs. Mathewson were the winning Lake was admitted to Thornton of Lawtey; Maurice theatre in Jacksonville.Mr. while they were in the service.
addition to door for undoubtedly be Barry, her shop, and view the couple at Duplicate Bridge Riverside Hospital last Ellsworth of Hawthorne; Mrs. The dividends are normally
visiting guests.At prizes ball working on something,even at magic created by those who Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Thursday following a stroke. Doyle Durham of Hampton; paid on each policy's anniversary -
games while watching her hold needle." Ed Wainwright were second Robert Hesters of Lake date.
a "magic
the conclusion of the .and Mrs. L.M. Stoner of
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son play basketball.The
and Lex Green and The VA's St. Petersburg
Mrs. Geneva.
showa Mr. and Mrs. Robert M.
Sweepstakes! Award, Ocala were weekend guests of
determined by visitor popular only place you mightsee Methodist Grads Curtis Sanders were third. Autry and family, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. George W. Regional Office, reports thatFlorida's
her without her
"magicneedle" share of the VA dividend -
Mr. and Mrs. Louin Redding
vote will be awarded.The Mrs. Irving T, Clark and Brown.
is over on the ball family and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Townsend should be about $7.2
energetic lady that Honored ;/J y.Jw
diamond when she takes time million. lie said those
Strickland and
Mrs. Steven
Richard L. the
holds Dugger spent
a "magic needle" Mrs John Stringer and
out for a with the "over
game weekend at Beach. Kelly and their children spent veterans due dividends should
Daytona
herself began her popular Picnic daughter, Rebeccah of
35" church Softball team. SundayThe
needlecraft shop located in When Mrs. Barry first Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Robbins Mr.Autry, Mr.Clark and Mrs. the weekend at Crescent Pleasant Hill, Ala. are visiting receive them by mid-April.
her home in 1973. shortly opened her shop she began Methodist high school Laurens and Mrs. Ernest Moore of Dugger attended a two day Beach. her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
alter her husband, Dr. JackHarry keeping track of her various graduates were honored at a S.C were weekend continuing educational con- Millard Judd for two weeks. 29 Students OnI.CCC
guests of Mrs. W.B. Mundy ference on diabetes for con- Attending the annual senior
a prominent Starke jobs by numbers beginning picnic dinner and swim party President's List
physician.;. died. with number one. The numberis Sunday at the Kingsley Lake sultant pharmacists held at girl scout Gateway Council Miss Hjalmar McMillan is On the president's list at
It had always been a home of the Holiday Inn Surfside. banquet at Strickland'sTownhouse her uncle and aunt,
now up to 1,792 which Mr. and Mrs. John Rev. and Mrs. Charles visiting Lake City Community College
lifelong dream of mine," Mrs. averages out to more than one Torode. Swartz have returned from a in Jacksonvillelast Mr. and Mrs. P.A. Foster in from Starke, Lake Butler and
Barry said of her shop. "It is piece of work a day for the The seniors attending were weeks vacation in Fort Mrs. Gerda Foster of West Thursday were Patty San Francisco,Cal. from June Kaiford for the Spring Term
my first love now," she added past four years. Erie Biggs, Barbara Godwin Worth, Texas where' they Germany is visiting her son- Mullins, Cana Schmidt, Irene 4 to June 18. are: Hoy L. Brooks, GregoryM.
"next to my kids" Struck with the wanderlustand Griffis, Eoline Green, Brenda visited their son Chuck, who; in-law and daughter, Mr. and Wainwright Betsy Yawn, Emerson, Alvin L. Wood.
She is more or less a self. the desire for travel, Mrs. Roberts, Todd Schmidt and has completed his studies at Mrs. Donald Thornton and Lynne Johns, Catherine Mr. and Mrs. Rex Mixon of Jerry B. Dillingham Hennard
taught needlework artist Barry said her ultimate goal, Carl Torode. Others attending Southwestern Baptist family at Butler Terrace, Schoening, Mrs. R.S. Mullins. Jacksonville will be Sunday Harris. Herman Mills, Luther
i learning to crochet at the after she has her two children besides Mr. and Mrs. Torode Theological Seminary. They Starke for the next six weeks. Mrs. A.J. Eaves, Mrs. Lila guests of Mr. and Mrs. Drew A. Polhill, Michael L. Powers
early age of eight. She then raised and out of the nest, is to were Rev. and Mrs. George were accompanied by their Mrs. Foster spent the past six Rae the Yawn installation and Diane Yawn.At Reddish.Mr Freddy L. Tomberlin.
of officers
I l bought a book and taught herself get a job on a cruise ship Harper, Mrs.Randy Newland, daughter Mrs. Marilyn weeks with her other daughterin Rudolph J. Austin. William A.
to knit a few ;years later. teaching needlework and Mrs. Richard Little and Mr. Boyles of Pompano Beach. Johnson City, Kas. Patty Mullins was Installed and Mrs. Edwin Cope, William M. Haas, Larry
t historian.
She took up the art of needlepoint crafts. In this way, she can and Mrs. Olin White. Sheppard daughter Holly, Ross, Joseph L. Scarpati and
in later year, 1972, and combine her two passions, she The picnic dinner, given by Mrs.. Lenore Foster and son, Kevin, of Demopolis, Arthur White. Doyle G
attended the Klisa Williams stated travel and needlework.But the United Methodist Women, -= '710 -: reutrned to her home in Mrs. J.H. Fields spent the Ala. are spending Thursday to Glover John K, Watson
School of :Needlework; in 1974. this will be in the future, was served on the dock. -IPKI" I Bt I'8'iMI .", YAK Barnard, Vt. Tuesday after weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Saturday with his mother, Corals \V. White and William
I Although her busy days. are '. -::: the winter Robert Tanner in Baldwin and Mrs. Kate
six or seven years from now, Swimming and boating was ; spending at Sheppard. Holly R. Parrish. Fred W. Judd.
i tilled with waiting on cus- enjoyed during the afternoon. :: Kingsley Lake. attended the Methodist graduated from Auburn Strassner
I since her son begins college Frederick Paul A.
i turners in her shop and doing next fall and her daughter the ,............................ :J :!l(? Church homecoming. University Tuesday night. Valliancourt, Edward R.
I all the finishing work herself, Mrs. Beverly Blackshearand
after. Bettner, Nicholas J. Sikalis.
t.t.I: such as blocking, backingrugs year Her travels now are mostly Mrs. F.J. Shaw spent last In Chinese writing,the symbolof house guest, Mrs. Bess Mr and Mrs. J.E. Hardy Mrs. John W. Griffin is Frank V Blue, Frankie L
and framing needlepoint confined to business trips and week visiting her brother-in- two women meant quarrel Burns of Jacksonville, spent were weekend guests of Mr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Clements Robert L. Morse
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Treasury Department cerning non-compliance: with suit of a letter written to that the NAACP to fund "an affirmative -
representatives are still not affirmative action by the office claiming county offices action plan. Including
completely Bradford satisfied with county, used discrimatory hiring an affirmative action
County hiring practices. Hardy at that time human relations coordinator.At .
practices county com Dudley reported back to the said this was an Investigation
missioners learned Monday, board he was told the federal because the county receives
June 6, during the regular agency was not "trying to revenue sharing funds and are that time Herman
monthly board meeting. make the county work under a subject to federal checks. The Johnson, area director of the
quota system," but the county county was to have compliedby NAACP, said the plan presented -
did need an affirmative action advertising when positions to the commissionerswas
County attorney Dudley programs and a written plan become available.In to devise a way to include _
Hardy was asked to check _
was expected. minorities into job programs.It ;
with the Office of Revenue Hardy and Sheriff Dolpb June 1975 the Board of was this proposal and
Sharing, part of the U.S. Reddish meet with revenue County Commissioners complaint that initiated the
Department of the Treasury, sharing representatives received a request from the investigation by the Office of r-
on a letter received con November 17, 1976 as the re Bradford County Chapter of Revenue Sharing.



I 8 School Buildings Due New Roof In BidTaking A J

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the low bid of$85,659 the base bid are: the Vo-Tech Jesse Wolbert advised the -Accepted Casey's :
the Bradford School Board building, cafeteria and ad- board in order to pursue the recommendation for non- ---- .- .
awarded the re-roofing con- minstration buildings; water board's position in Casey vs Instructional personnel for
tract for eight school complexes proofing parapet walls at the School Board suit he would 1977-78 and employment for I
to Stephens Roofingand Brooker Elementary and re- need to have the board state summer vo-tech courses. Small Fry
Sheet Metal Co. of Jack roof covered walkways at "just cause" for not placing .. ..
sonville. LawleyElementary.. Also in- Charles Francis in the position -Scheduled June 30 as a Taking a break front,the playing field are members of the Ros Lvnn Crawford.
Craig Salley. school board cluded Is $14,792 to re-roof the of principal at the high public hearing on student Lawtey Small Fry League baseball teams. The four teams Third row-Chris Crlbbs. Ernest Whitney. Edward'
architect, opened the two bids county administrative school or accept the superin- conduct and discipline and compete against each other. Pictured are: Hamilton. Patrick Daugherty, Shawn Hampton Tracy Mosely,
: received from the seven invitations building which is not coveredby tendent's recommendation.On pupil progression. The board Bottom row I Robert Starling Kenneth Norman Billy Gault Erick Starling Jesse Barber Silas Jenkins Clinton Jenkins,
to bid that were sent. state capital outlay funds, members received a copy of Kevin Norman Sean Roberson,Corey Strong, Brian Pera Allen Malachi Jenkins.
The other bid from Poole as the other projects.The a motion from J T. the proposed student conduct Wood. Denny Thompson. Jeff Rowe. Fourth row- Donald Bright. Timmy Manning. Chris .
Roofing and Sheet Metal Co. Parrish and seconded by and discipline code resulting Second row- Corey Roberts Dale Norman. Robert Daugherty Lonnie Hamilton, Jeff McClellan. Scotty Anders,
of Gainesville, was $98,112. board also accepted the Vernon Parmenter the board from the county wide advisory Wilkerson Rob Norman, Billy Stroud. Carey Mlze. Brian Howard Norman. William Cruce Russ Mlscally. ,John
Each bidder said it would take low bid for welding equipment voted 3-2 to table any action on meetings. Books are availableat Crews, Mike Rourke, Marvin Wright Darrell Cruce Chuck Hamilton.
120 calendar days for completion locks for high school Wolbert's suggestion.The nay the county office for
of the base bid. The six lockers, teacher desks and a votes were Pat Spengler and parents and students to study.
alternates accepted in the bid cosmetology chair and dryer. Art Holliday. Also a proposed pupil pro- Lawtey Water Operator Gets Class C License PayWater I
will add 38 days to the completion The board received only one .. gression plan will be available ,
time. bid for a keypunch machineand -Approved summer employment June 9.Following. .
Each company bid the same will rebid that item. The for
$5,000 and $8,000 on addition summer plant operator Barry for a Class C operator's Heard Marshall M.M. weeks. The well will cost
low bid for teacher chairs did : Mike Sexton, Paul the meeting cents
examination received 50
programs the license and a
and modifications to the Vo- not meet the bid speci. Hutchinson, Gregory Alvarez, board members Watts passed hour raise from the Jordan report that five approximately 18000. It will
1I0ilidaYd
Tech cafeteria which was fications. The board Bill Costello, Delores Morgan, Parmenter, per Lawtey pay Council. suspects were apprehended in be paid with $4,000 left over
listed as alternate two. authorized advertising for six secondary teachers, six Parrish were observed sitting City hours Brooker within a short time from the water system con-
works 24
The base bid of $36,415 bids for air conditioning elementary teachers, two together at a local restaurant. 1YUJIJNJIS! week Watts maintaining the Lawtey per after breaking into the ShortyPriest's struction plus $14,000 from the
covers re-roofing at Lawtey service. Bids for industrial exceptional child education When contacted Holliday saidit water system including Standard Station. city general fund.
Elementary, Bradford Middle arts equipment for the high teachers,a DCT vacancy, four: was just a coincidence he SMALL reading meters. The pay raise! -Discussed the street signs.
school bUildings. Hampton school are to be evaluated anda guidance personnel and nine was having a late supper when The council was told the city is I I I
Elementary Southside Elementary recommendation made to librarians. All the positionsearn the other three came in. Probably the smallest 1 river amounts to $12 weekly, plus unable to obtain metal from |I= t
Bradford High the board. FTE funds except the "You can believe me, there in the world I Is the "D" RiverIn the council agreed to pay the Development Commissionwith
school buildings and the guidance personnel for the 20 was nothing discussed about Lincoln City, Oregon, Watts $5 per week for gas for which to make the signs.
middle school gym. In other business: days and the librarians for anything from the schools," which connects Devil' Laketo his vehicle, making a total in- The county would make the I
The six alternates added to -School board attorney five days. said Holliday. the Pacific Ocean. At low crese to Watts of $53 per signs for the city if material is ffN'
tide, the river Is just 440 month. provided.Talked. .
feet long. The Class C license qualifies over the city ditching Call 964-5745
I BOWEN CREDITS INVESTIGA TOR.I -. *
Watts to maintain the water problem. The county'shydroscoop
The smallest violin in the system by himself,.making it was pulled out of
world was constructed by the to the city, where it had been
for town
City Among Top Percent In Crime Solving Rate Mr. T. B. Pollard of England.It's unnecessary retain Sammy Midyetti from used to dig ditches, because of
fully functional yet it's from residents.
Callahan who has been paid complaints
A statewide Uniform Crime 13 percentage points above the one month after Bowen was was due partly to teamwork only 5 1/2 inches long and $75 per month for consultationand Apparently, the council' I
the members of the can fit in the palm of your situations. members said,some residents
Report released in March has state average, which was 21.5 elected in 1973. among emergency
rated the Starke Police percent. police force. hand. Watts was one of two personsto want the ditches dug but some
the top 10 Bowen said he saw the need "Its something to be proud *. pass the Class C examina-
Department among
in Florida for for a full time investigatorwhen of. The whole department and The smallest seeds in the tion of 50 persons taking it. don't.Reported the auxiliary wellis
percent centage of crimes that were per- he was a patrolman on the city should be proud of this world are those of the epiphytic In the relatively quiet now being drilled behind the I
solved last Police Chief Jimmy Bowen the Starke force in the 1960's. accomplishment," Bowen orchids. It would take meeting Monday night which fire house and the old straw-
year. who has held that office since He said patrolmen don't have said. 35 million of these, orchid adjourned at 9:15: p.m., the berry wharf and near the iNiif B mate tfON ini
October 1973, said the additionof the time necessary to followup Starke's Police force 'seeds to weigh one ounce. council: school property and will be i A'f FNJIOMOK'fifl
Last year Starke's crime a full time investigator on with an investigation afteran presently has 14 full time completed in two or three.
rate dropped 17.7 percent and the force is mainly respon- arrest is made because employees and four patrol. I
the Starke Police Department sible for the higher than avern they- are constantlyVbeing. 'cars. The patrolmen._.worki
solved 3-1.2 percent of crimes age rating. Investigator called away.on otheq.:'(duties.\ twelve hours. shifts with ;4
committed in 1976. That rating George Tomasovitch was Bowen also said that the twelve hours off after each: .
puts the City of Starke about added to the police personnel high solved crime percentage shift. Kr


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At its final meeting in May Mixon said the value of his business-already there will be comments, if any, will be Mickey's Gulf ServiceAmerica's i
received and considered but
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the City Planning Committee residence and an adjoining lot "grandfathered
reviewed input received at has been ruined for residential allowed to continue to operateas the city is not bound to make
public hearings on May 5 and purposes by the constructionof long as they remain in their changes unless it wishes to do

19, but failed to make any a convenience store in the present status. so.Following
t major changes in planningmap middle of the block. Sherman The planning map will now this review
" as originally presented.In argued that the resale value of be forwarded to regional and process, the City Council will best
his service station at 750 W.. state offices (for review and hold hearings on the plan,
the only major contro- Madison would be hurt by possible suggestions. The possibly in September. FREE LUBE

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the proposed residential since the business would then motor oil. With Oil & Filter
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Reacting favorably to a proposal from spokesman Elaine Lee the acquisition of the land have to be completed after the
for future communityuse for the Concerned Citizens of where the former all black organization was chartered in _
of the old RJE complexthe Bradford County for the boardto school is located on Pine Tallahassee. 'ROIL
Bradford School Board turn over the RJE propertyto Street in Reno. Mrs. Lee said -
voted Monday night to post be used for a communityday the black community collected Board members voted not to '
pone any action disposing of care center, Scouting. enough money to pur- dispose of the property and I 1.
the property until a community Head Start, adult education chase the land and then sell it would consider a proposal at ,More motorists use Quaker State Motor Oil to protect
group can become classes and other community to the county for "$10 and the July 18 meeting.J.T. their car engines than any other brand motor oil.
chartered. efforts. other considerations." The Parrish told the capacity Quaker State exceeds all new car manufacturers' flrrit
The board heard a proposal Mrs. Lee gave a history of school center was used until audience it was one of t
intergration closed: it in 1969. the best ideas he had heard on warranty requirements.
RJE was used by the school a use for the property. The "
I Lightning Causes Power Failure system for storage until the school board received an in-
April 7 fire damaged three surance settlement of $68,399 Quaker State your car to keep it running young. .
Lightning caused a power minutes while others were on buildings.A and authorized giving Head '
failure in parts of Starke the tail end of the repair. group Is in the process of Start $9,000 of that to cover (
Monday morning leavingsome City customers were also- being chartered as a non- what had been spent for 'II
I areas without electricityup without power Saturday afternoon profit organization the board supplies equipment, labor @
to five hours according to toi75 minutes due to was .told. School board attorney and materials during the two .
Merrill Dees superintendentof an engine failure in the power Jesse Wolbert told the years they occupied part of '-

Dees the city said power line crews plant.worked plant, said Dees. -board- any transaction- would -the-building. :!%( I ; .

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'1 : I Fitness Meet HeldThe 'w The Dixie Boys' baseball runs In the third Inning two of on errors themselves along three runs. Jeff Bostlc had Portis came up to hit a three
league consisting of 13-and 14- them steals by Scott Lazenbyand with John Powell four hits for five tries, scoring run triple. Portis then scoredon
The events they participated r year-old boys had its opening Robert Tyson. But the three runs for Keystone. a steal followed by Hick
Ihird annual Bradford and Powell.
in were: Ball yard game May 30 between two of Civitans came back the next Keystone IS-MerchanUZ Stitt Tommy
Illness meetfor
County physical standing broad jump .' the three teams in the league. inning leading off with a
all elementary schools was shuttle run 50 yard dash for .I : The Civitans and the triple by John Powell who Keystone beat the Merchants 1lerchanlllZ'lvitans 9 The Civitans scored at least
hosted b Starke t run.
J I .> Klvmentaryschool time and for the boys : Merchants from Starke are stole home plate for one of the winning their first one run in each inning until
iApril 2:1.Each :' situps
I school> \ pullups and the girls flexed 'the only full time teams, witha four points in. the fourth. league game 15-2 Wednesday, The Merchants beat the the sixth. Howdy Waters hit a
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Flynn Keystone Heights team June 1The Civitans in the second meeting double and stole his way to
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represented scored by K buys and their 8 arm Individuals hllnt( who hart the April Henry. 12, both of commuting in to play one of R. 'Walters knocked out a between the teams, outhitting home plate in the third inning.
girls Mho lop litnt'ss in Suuthsidr Elementary, won those teams once a week. double In the fourth inning Merchants' runs came them nine to one, and scoring Chuck Johnson scored I the
schools in physical Si'i-( 1'unt 7) individual trophies for the sending in Civitan runner on a home run in the second three runs in the first Inning Civitans' final run after
highest percent average for Rick Edmondson, who had inning by Bill Goodae. and on reaching first on a !single
the six events at the Bradford Civitans 14 Merchant 10 Richard Stitt scored first in Johnson was hit in on
snuck to second base after a steal in the sixth by Cary II
.' Red Hot Gatorettes County Physical Klines hitting a single. Edmondson Bramble. The Merchants the third inning for the fielder's choice by :Mark
IIIt..l.Gatorettes. The teams began Tuesday, finished the game four-for- hitting was stifled by Merchants, after being sent to Jackson
I I May 30 getting off to a slow- four. scoring three runs Keystone pitcher Scott first on a walk. The Merchants
Record Two Shut-Outs paced start with Civitans'pitcher himself and hitting in another. Harmon who struck out 10 rallied'In the fourth inning
i Chuck
Johnson batters. after homers by Bill Goodgeand
I striking out four of the Mer The Merchants scored five Kenny Clark. << ,- ,IrY--- J
If practice pays of f. then the game two on home runs in the and Mac-Donald's, chants' first seven batters. runs in the fifth inning. The Leading hitters for
iatorcllcs; must ho the most third and filth innings!( Donmocs and Dut'ont. The Civitans led off scoring first two batters were put out, Keystone were Harmon who A productive sixth inning There's an old superstitionthat
practiced! team in the Teammate ('lIrol n Hedding\ Tuesday night June 14, the when Rick Edmondson sent but the next five all crossedthe was four-for-five with a triplein brought the Merchants out of say you can tell how
onion's (OH'ii| league slow- added another homer to her games will be : MacUonald's- John Powell in on a sacrificefly plate after base hits. the sixth. Jeff Stone went a four point deficit to a 12-9 many children you have by
pitch soltlKill play' sponsored season total in the second Dominoes and tiatorettes- in the first inning. Kenny Clark and Scott Polk three-for-five with one double. win. Four straight batters got counting the number of X's
iiy I (lit.Slaiko Recreation Di toning, and brought in Francis DuPont. The Merchants plated three both hit runners in, and scored Both Keystone players scored on base by errors, and Don In your palm.
1 plirtim'iitTh.it ('..11 nilit'\\ho had !gained( baseon
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: j IMimiilinu t out ;'Jit! and 21 1 runs ol
their own in ..:.II1I\'S |>1.1\I'd The Dominoes/ had only four I
June _2 and<1 Juno 7 as second hits against 1 the Ciatorettes.
, (kill |"'llien"' and only in the fourth inning II
(Ii ul..I.. .....':w. Illll'dlllO'I ,did more than three butters;
I make it past Ciatorette: pitcher' I
hiiatoitMtes shutout Redding. SUPERMARKETSWEXFORD
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Kclliiti i.ilorottes led olf 1 Dul'iiiit came hack after !
srurnig' ) Sewn runs in the f first losing! to I Ihi li.itoretles; and
iiiiini)! (l'arolyn Redding is I hipped\ :MiirDnnald's 2.1-B:' in
,..t'l'lhh.dIith a i double in her I the MHond game Tuesday
lust at, -Il.tt. anil! she went on to night :
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H.mif: in her: List stand at the I Dul'out shortstop Marion
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, The C.iloroltt's went on. In1)etrpower I lirst inninn. hitting in one of
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eight in the!ol''olUlllIlIlI1 ; on walks :MaiUuiuId's pit- "
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loin'111 iimm'u :1-4 deficit In iniiinn with I a ...2 lead with 1/t- !!' 2 QUART PITCHER 4 LB JAR AND COVER 7.5" CANDY DISH/COVER
score 111 ruu. I in t the last hall ol their lirst four hattersfussing
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Charles Revel Named To A 11. A i** fi Ten.m 1977. . TELEGRAPH Pa.ee7AFitness. ,(

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Outfielder Charles Revel
on the Gainesville is players on the all-area team: (From Page a)
Area baseball Sun's All- star pitcher Bill catcher-outfielder for the 5-14 at the plate with a .333 w1 r
in the team announced catcher Glen Kemp Hemmer and the Bradford nine. Revel also was average.; He also hit with t T highest percent average for Lawtey Elementary, In the
edition of the Sunday June 5, shortstop Harold Esford.. Key the starting BHS monster man on power slugging one home run the six events for the boys fourth place was Hamptonand
Bradford High paper the lone stone Heights star pitcher Roy football team and and three doubles in his 45 were: Richard Badillo 12, last was Brooker.
be so honored. baseballer to Griffin was also named to the wrestling was a member of the BITS times at bat. Lawtey Elementary; Kenny First place team for the
list. team. Davis 11,Southslde and Eric
Union ; girls was Starke Elementary,
High placed three Revel a senior was a Revel led BHS Revel lls a second year base Lane 10, Starke Elementary second, Southside followed by
baseballers
ball letterman. Winners for the girls were: Lawtey Hampton, and
April Henry, 12, Southside Brooker.
Misfits Lose In Gurdin ------- _..i.--P'II.. Elementary and Lee Ann Director of the meet Buddy

Invitational......... Richard Badillo 1%. Lawtey Eric Lane. 10, Starke Elemen Flynn. 10, also from Paterson, said all who participated
............... tary and Kenny Davl, 11 Southside won individual trophies In Southside. wanted to thank the
The
Starke Misfits failed to four runs-batted-In. Pitcher the Bradford County Physical Fitness meet Each Bradford Middle
Saturday.
School
the boy PE
place tional in the Gurdin Invita Fred Wheeler helped lead the Tampa Speedline's hitters of Tampa.The two clubs were evenly mat had the highest percent average for the nix events for a three In the boys team totals group for their help, coaches
gathered
Tournament 26 ched and hit tie
in way
Ocala a really good Southside
assault was first with
by bombing out two a tie Grover Howard and
the runs to the Misfits Jerry
5.
over Six of
past
weekend. The Misfits collected
game. 16 for
additional homeruns and those deserved second place between McGriff and the boys and
runs were off hits on :37 trips to the plate.Taklngal0manballclubto .
Starke
bringing in
the four RBIs. Other home runs. Elementary and girls track team.
tourney the Misfits met home Leading batter was Steve Cox 12 team
run honors went to tournament In Starke, ment should contact
and Fred
whipped the Marion Tire Randall Thomas with going 3-for-4 for the game.. on June 17-19 at Westslde
Wheeler
a threeThe ,
to send the 964-7166. or
game Starke Lloyd
Company> of Ocala
17-11. Top Misfit hitters for the Park The
run homer. tournament will be Gilpm,
team home 964-5917 before
June
Leading hitters for this was against the weekend

4 were,and Donnie Claude Wise going game 4forThe Misfits were dropped to Jacksonville Omegas. The Misfits club couldn'tpull the hitting a sharp were Donnie.700 followed Wise;; ASA teams sanctioned participating meaning must all be first 13. The, second hosts and will third be offering place .JJII,1
Hardee going a the by Steve Cox.with a .555 ASA t
perfect 4-for-4 at the losers'bracket by the hard themselves out of a losing tally. registered. Any Class A trophies, individuals for first _
with three round-trippers plate and hitting Men's Open Class club. situation and lost 14-12. These The Misfits will be hosting a or Class B teams interested in place only.Also offered will bea ,i
participating in this tourna home run trophy.CRYSTAli .
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First place in the third annual Bradford County physical
fitness meet were the girls from Starke Elementary. Pictured i
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Long,Diana Crawford and front row Beth Francis,not shown Is j,
FAIR Sheila Searcy.



FEATURE OF THE WEEK Giants Enter Second l


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we are league leading Giants of Dodgers of Norman's Farm I,
Badcock Furniture went 12-6 last Friday.The .
pleased to accept over the Dodgers of Norman's Giants had eight hits.
IOOTEDSHERBET Farm this week to maintain including doubles by Jason
k > their advantage in the second Bennett. Richie Fender and
-ii U.S.D.JL half of Dixie Youth Baseball John Bennett. Andy Chaff had
play sponsored by the Starke two singles and Randy Parado .
Recreation Department. and Gary Tyson had one each. ,Ii I
( Second place Lawtey Blue John Brown's double and '
FOOD STAMP1COUPONS edged 17-16 by the Pirates of Kenny DeW itt's single were
Guaranty Federal and the only Dodger hits.
Dodgers of Norman's Farm Randy Parado went all the
won their first game of the way on the mound for the
NO 1IMITS-NO PURCHASE REQUIRED- STOCK UP second half with a 13-10 win Giants and got the win
over the 0-4 Pirates in the past Parado held the Dodgers to
week's play. two hits.
Alter the past week's play
the Giants are on top at 4-1. Dodgers 11-Pirates 10
Lawtey Blue is second at 3-1-1
ADD THESE: HANDSOME
the Dodgers are third at 1-2-1 Clayton Norman scattered h
COMPLETER PIECES and the Pirates trail at 0-4 seven hIts. struck out seven

YOUR SETS AT 11 INCH RELISH TRAY L. Blue 17.Pirates 16 and walked only four, none J"

SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGSDURING IOT! i- the Lawtey GF Pirates Blue edged in 17-16 a high by after hurled the the second Dodgers inning to their He :;

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. : I Mets Pull Classic Last Inning Win vs Lawtey Gold I # -r-


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I 9 If. 1 ii'J! Although the Mets lost twc inning and Williams walked runs. A single by Raymond in the fourth inning, adding Fronfelter and Lionel Griffis. a triple; and Fred Connor L F'i
;2 t 9tx, of three games played last five batters and allowed a Workman and two walks sent the last run and making him 3- Griffis had just gained base on went 3-for-3 with a double. i
" ; week and the beginning of this double from Met shortstop in three more runs for the for-4 with three doubles and a double. The Mets did not Upcoming games in DYB .
"I.I Ii week, the victory against Emmett Watkins. Errors in Braves. three runs. score again until the fifth American are: June 14. 5:45: I
Lawtey Gold was one that was Gold's outfield also allowed Inning when Jeff Coltrane and pro., Giants vs Dodgers and
J iJ, snatched from certain defeat the Mets to sneak up from Mets second baseman Allan Prevatt crossed the Pirates vs Lawtey Blue in
a as they beat them by scoring behind. Lionel Griffis singled in the Angels 10.Meta 7 plate. Lawtey; June 15, 5:45: p.m.,
,'. 11 runs in the final inning of Mets pitcher Jeff Coltrane third and was sent home by ,
\, -f second baseman Lawtey Gold vs Angels in
Angels Jeff
The Angels were In
play. allowed only one hit in the Emmett Watkins homer, put front Starke.
Johnson
\ final two innings, and allowed giving the Mets two hits and early on the strength of began their second
'\. l\Iet8l2-L.Gold II only two doubles and one two runs. doubles by Jeff Johnson and at-bat by swatting a triple. The results from the
Fred Conner and a triple by Bernie Akrldge and Blaine Monday June
triple the entire game. James 6, game bet
l The Mets pulled one out of Williams hit the triple in the Scott Hudson hit his second Sam Griffis. Five runs were Dyal had base hits, sending ween the Braves and Lawtey r 1 C
'i'' J the fire when they met Lawtey second inning, and that was double of the night in the scored before Mets' pitcher Johnson across the plate for Gold were unavailable as of
: : Gold June 1. The Mets did not followed by five straight Braves third at-bat. Mike Lionel Griffis pitched his third the first of four runs to be press time Wednesday.DYB J ,
'! : i ;:t get a hit until Emmett walks which allowed Gold to Waters socked a double and strikeout. scored that Inning. A run in .'
" Watkins slammed a triple in score six runs from two hits. Mike Lemire singled in the the fourth inning by Sam American League ti'-;
,+i : the fourth inning. Watkins third, and five Braves gained In the second inning Mets' Griffis settled the scoring at Standings for second half:
I scored on a sacrifice fly, but Brave 14-Meta base on errors or walked, catcher Emmett Watkins 10-7 for the Angels. 1)) Braves 4-0, 2)) Lawtey Pot Goes Up In Smoke
.i i I his team was behind 111. giving that team an eight run knocked a three run homer Jeff Johnson finished the Gold 2-2,3) Mets 2-3, 4)) Angels
f Lawtey Gold made most of Along and fruitful first and inning. Hudson again doubled sending in runners Cary game 2-for-3 with a double and 14. Starke Police Chief Jimmy Bowen and Investigator George
their runs in the second and third inning allowed Gem Tomasovllch sort out confiscated drugs that were destroyed
i ) fourth Innings, and would Jewelry's Braves to topple June 7.
j. i. have won if the Mets had not Chamber of Commerce's Mets Presby Posts 2 Church League: Wins Tuesday There were four pounds and 15 ounces of marijuana burnedthat
;I ;>" pulled off an eleven run final Friday, June 3. ., was valued at about ",000 along with about $25 worth of
:, j ; -: inning. The Mets are only The Mets ended their first c.1Ius
? 'I :'J credited with two hits in the at-ba with no hits or runs. The Starke Recreation Depart home run. McGovern's and team in the fifth inning. Jimmy Prevatt's homer in narcotic pills.
zj sixth, the remaining nine runs Mets came up to run throughthe ment sponsored Men's Church Pucket's homers were back- Duncan finished the game 4- the sixth inning was followedby Bowen said the drugs accumulate over the months after
IU : v;, gained first base either by batting order, plating five league got into the second half to-back, and Puckett's sent in for"-. three quick fly-outs, endingthe arrests are made. The drugs must be kept until the court eases
S' ;'* walk or error. runs before the third out.Lead series of games with Mike Sanders who had gained Leading hitters for Morgan scoring for First Baptist. are over and then a court order must be obtained' to destroy
h 1 : J' Lawtev Gold's pitching held batter John David Francis Presbyterian dominating the base on a double.McGovern's Road were Douglas Crawfordand them. When drugs are destroyed three witnesses must be
I .)j. up well in the first five innings singled and advanced to thirdon latest round, beating Senior triple in the Jeffrey Jockel at 4-for-4 Morgan Road 17*Grace present,pointing out the strict accountability that Is Imposed on
''I with eight strike outs credited Scott Hudson's double. The Boys and First Baptist. first inning brought an RBI each. Left fielder Cory Brown Baptist 12 illegal substances after an arrest.
I' i 1 to pitcher Anthony Williams, next three batters took first and was followed by a Dale was Morgan Road's lone home
' t something snapped In the final base on walks forcing in two Presbyterian 12-Senior Boys Haas' homer. Presbyterianscored run hitter with a two run After trailing 10-7 at the end
6 seven runs in the first homer that knocked in center of the third inning, Morgan
L ,IfJmllarlDDlaD1a11, ,.t_ I.. ,I.. a inning, one in the second and fielder John Cooper in the Road came back in the fifth to Misfits 'CaptureSoftball
Gene Tanner made a sixth, and three in the fourth. third, score eight runs while holding
SPECIAL THIS WEEK winning effort despite his Senior Boys' pitcher Chuck Grace Baptist to two runs for
teams loss June 2, swatting Johnson had hot streaks Presbyterian 14-First Baptist the rest of the game.
:1 three hits in as many tries at throughout the game retiring a Both teams scored in the CrownBadcock
: Plain or Cinnamon the plate. Tanner hit two batters in quick successionand first inning, with Frank
I triples and a homer, knockingin allowing only two hits in It was a close game at 7-5 in Nazworth, Benton Futch, and
CAKE DONUTS two runs as well. Three of the last two innings. Presbyterian's favor up to the. Dwight Elder scoring from
the Senior Boys' runs were sixth inning. At that time Dale base hits for Grace Baptist. Furniture took its game of the second half last
I scored in the fourth inning, including Madison Street 20-Morgan Haas, number four batter for Douglas Crawford and Jeffrey second l loss of the second half Wednesday,June 1,when they
120 Doz Tanner's homer and a Road 12Madison Presbyterian, knocked in a Jockel scored for scorn 24-17 Monday night from the powered 17-6 by Badcock
double by Chuck Colbert. two run homer that began a Road. Neither team Merchants in Men's Open Furniture.
1 O' Ea. Colbert also hit a single in Street established seven run scoring streak the second, but Morgan Road League slow-pitch Softball The Misfits knocked six
the second, giving him two momentum from the very sealing First Baptist's loss. crossed five runners in the sponsored by the Starke balls out of the park. Fred
hits for three tries with two beginning of the game when The next three batters gained third, with Crawford sockingout Recreation Department and Wheeler had two homers and
UGJ Q D0 J0UI]4 nOD( !
runs scored. Leading hittersfor P.D. Cain walked up and base either on base hits or a double. Crawford that handed the Misfits, Donald Wheeler, Randal
I'I "STARKE'S OWN BAKERY" Presbyterian were Pete knocked a triple. Four more errors until Matt Herres finished the game with three winners of the first half, the Thomas, Claude Hardee and
Pucket at 2-for-4 and a homer, hits followed, including Joey socked a triple that scored hits from four attempts. 1977 league championship. Steve Cox one each. Hardeewas
138 E. Call St. 964-5890 and Randy McGovern with 3- Bennett's two run homer and second baseman Randy Jeffrey Jockel finished at 3- Badcock's loss dropped the 3-for-3 with a single,
for-4, including a triple and a doubles by Wayne Tetstone Martin. for-4 for Morgan Road with Furniture team to 5-2 while double and home run.. Ricky
and Lamar Williams. Bennettwas Mark liner's double in the three runs, and teammate the league leading Misfits already Bennett was 3-for4 Steve Cox
leading hitter for Madison first inning became a run for Raymond Whittle went for-4 had posted a 6-1 recordin was 2-for-3 with a double and a
Street hitting three home runs First Baptist when he scoredon with two runs and a double. the second half and is home run.Brian .
S in as many tries and scoring Jay Godwin's sacrifice fly. Benton Futch had four hits for finished playing. Two games Johns and Jimmy
SUPER four runs.Stewart. No more runs were made until Grace Baptist with a double in were scheduled last night Alvarez each had two hits and
; Duncan scored five the fourth inning when Bobby the sixth inning. Mike Lee had (Wednesday, June 8) betweenthe both homered for Badcock.
: runs for Madison Street, one Milner stepped up for a three three hits from four tries and, Merchants and Lawtey,
SAUSAGE DOG in a five run scoring spree by run homer. !scored two runs for Grace. and Badcock and DuPont, but Merchants 22-DuPont 13
I they could not have affectedthe
Misfits who had already The Merchants went 22.13
COOKED C DRESSED I Blue Drops From Unbeaten RanksFirst finished play with one loss by DuPont in the second game
TO 7 5 TO After Monday's play the June 1, slamming 19 hits including -
Merchants were third at 3-3, six home runs, six
; ORDER PLEASE % LB.RIBEYE Lawtey was 1-5 and DuPont 1- doubles and one triple in
Baptist Blue fell from Blues 20-Angels 16 Angels 19-Gold 1 6. leading all the way.
}I'I STEAK the undefeated ranks as the John Watson and Tom
second half of Starle Re- The Fellowship Angels The Fellowship Merchants 4. Badcock 17 Reddish each hit two home
Angels
;I 1 SANDWICHDRESSED creation Department church banged out 24 hits to 15 for gained a 1-1 split for the runs and Greg Franks and
league play got under way First Baptist Blue, but lost the week's play with a 19-1 The deciding game Monday Dan Reed one each.
'i COOKED Friday, June 3. first game of second half play pounding of the First Baptist night went into overtime. The At the plate for DuPont
TO 9 9 C TO The Blue team handled the 20-16 Friday night. Golden-Oldies in the first Merchants led,after a five hit, Larry Brown was 3-for-5 witha
PLEASE Fellowship Angels 20-16 to up First Baptist Blue came on game Monday night. The 7 run first inning, until the triple, Daryl Hilliard was 2-
ORDER its record to 7-0 Friday night, strong in the sixth inning with Golden-Oldies managed just scrappy Badcock team tied for-5 with a home run and a
I I'a Reel l Steak Not A but lost Monday night 10-8( to five runs and added seven five hits by Vickie McKinney, the game 17-17 in the bottom of double, Frank Pendarvis was
BREADEDZTnla Hamburger Patty ,Grace Baptist, the third place more in the seventh on six Helen Crosby, Gwen Moxley, the seventh when Skippy 3-f or-4; Dale Mollerup. Don
team in the first half of play. back to back hits by Lynn Ruth Riddick and Wanda'' Crawford was admitted on an Lee, A.B. Whitehead, and
CHICKEN FILLET The Fellowship Angels went Pierce, June Norman, Debra Prevatt. error and scored on a double Glen Shuford each were 2for4 -
,I 19-1 over the First Baptist Alvarez, Teresa Hobbs, who The Angels banged out 17 by Larry Mercer. and Dennis Crawford had a
SANDWICH Golden-Oldies in first game slammed a double, Martha hits. Brenda Lee led the The Merchants iced the win home run.Senior.
Monday night. Grable, Marie Ferguson, Angels at the plate with a 3- with another 7-run rally in the
with lettuce d mayonnaise First Baptist Blue won the Cassie Riddick, and Christie for-4 performance includingtwo top of the eighth on seven hits
11 first half of play with an unbeaten Redding. doubles. Mary Herseywas including a home run by Dan
ALL NOi 6-0 record.The Fellow- Lynn Pierce was 3-for-4 at also 3-for-4 with one Reed, doubles by Bish Bishop
i MEAT 9ge Mi ship Angels were second at 4- the plate for the Blues, including double, and Jackie Herseywas and Tom Reddish, and singlesby BoysTourney
i i BONE 2, Grace Baptist third at 2-4, a triple; Cassie 3-for-5 with two doubles. Ronnie Thomas, Tom
and the Golden-Oldies trailedat Riddick was 3-for-4, Teresa Paladino, Mike Branson and
(0-6, although they came Hobbs was 3-for-4 with a Grace 10-Blue 8 David Kilby. SetA
close to beating their double, June Norman 2-for-S, Badcock had a 6-run third
daughters in one game in the Debra Alvarez 2-for-4, Martha A big third Inning, in which inning which featured home
1401 N. Temple Ave. Starke Phone Orders accepted. 9647478M ,, ,,, ..-.w. first half. Grable 2-for-4, Marie the First Baptist Blue pitcher runs by Brian Johns and slow-pitch softball tourna-
o Ferguson 2-for-5, Emma Jean issued three walks and the Dwayne Hardy and a double ment is set at Westside Park
Redding 2-for-5. Blue defense committed three by Jimmy Alvarez. here this weekend, June 10-12,
Dora Triest led the Angelsat errors, allowed- Grace-Baptistto Tom Reddish led the sponsored by the Senior Boysin
the plate with a perfect 3- plate six runs and go on to alGa Merchants at the plate in the an effort to raise money to
for-3 including two doubles. win over previously unbeaten deciding game, going 4-for-5 send a local team in the state
Mary Hersey was also 3-for-3 First Baptist Blue. with two doubles and a home tournament.The .
including one double, and Sherrie Huggins led Grace run. Bish Bishop was 2-for-4 tournament here this
ALL IN THEFAMILY. Jackie Hersey was 2-for-4. Baptist at the plate with a with a double and a home run, weekend is open to Class B
perfect 3-for-3 performance. Dan Reed was 3-for-5 with two and church teams from
home runs, Mike Branson was Starke, Macclenny, New
II I 3-for-5 with a home run, and River, and Lake Butler
I Ronnie Thomas and Tom Randall Davis is in chargeof
Paladino both were 3-for-6. the program.
Brian Johns led Badcock at
the plate going 3-for-4 in-
MOM cluding two home runs, Larry Summer Program
Mercer went 4-for-4 with two
doubles, Wayne Hardy was 2-
for-4 with two home runs, Registration Set
Give Dad Jimmy Alvarez was 2-for-5

I with two doubles, and Steve Registration for the Sum-
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A Gift Cubbedge was 2-for-4. mer Recreation Program is
,
The best advertising is word of can't in set Monday and Tuesday,
get..you measure money.It's Misfits 22--Lawtey
June
< You'll Both 13-14, at the Pratt Street
mouth advertising.That's like having your own farm 2J" Center by the Starke Recrea
why most of this ad is a management consultant,and it frees us The Misfits won (theIr sixth tion Department according to

quotation.It to do things we need to do without : ,' Enjoy. game Monday of night the with second a half 22-9 Director Youngsters Cheryl Godwin.

says better than we ever can having to wony about a lot of details : pounding of Lawtey's Poor between the hours can of 8:30 register: a.m.
why so many farm families are and decisions. Boys. and 4 p.m.

members of the Gold Kist family of It seems the more we put into WEEDEATEAvailable The hits Misfit power hitter had Children 4-6 years of age
11 but three
home
farmers were may register for the
Tot
Tiny
Gold Kist and the FMX the
more we runs and five were for two provided
"My name is Jimmy Gibbs. get back. It's a family thing. bases Randal Thomas led the four program years old before they June are 1,
I'm 33, and my Dad and I have a We work together.We Misfits at the plate going 3for4 Miss Godwin said.
farm near Moultrie Georgia. with two doubles and a home Children 7-14 of
e have equity here in our farm Donald years age
run, Wheeler had two can register for
We raise tobacco, soybeans, and we have equity in Gold Kist. home runs, going 2-for-4, and programs such as archery other,
peanuts, com, cattle and hogs. And one day we'll be passing on Lloyd Gilpin was 2-for-3 with tennis, and afternoon

When Dad first farmed he grew to my son something even better than two doubles. programs which will go on
cotton and things weren't going too well. Doug Jones and Wayne every day. More detailed
we have now.I'm convinced of it. Wood were both 3-for-3 for the information will be! availableat
Then he helped organize our For us, I believe working with $ Poor Boys. the registration center.

local FMX and became a Gold Kist Gold Kist is the best way I know tofarmtodayr Misfits 17-Badcock The summer program will
member. 8 begin June 15 and run through
The MJsfltl'woo their fifth August 12.
From then on,even in not so Gold Kist. ,

good times,things got better for us, Good things for the farm

and now we've got a good family and from the farm.

business going.We WANTED FSrF
;
own more land and have

some leases too. FARMERSMUTUAL .& gbj DIRTY CARPETSSTEAMLINER TFs

My point is,a lot of this has been

because we've been apart of and had a

share in building our FMX and Gold Kist

I was recently elected an ,- CARPET CLEANING. CO.,

FMX director.We EXCHANGE

rely on Gold Kist and the Deep Soil Extraction Method

store and its people.We know the seed SERVICE
QUALITY REASONABLE
we buy is quality.We know where our 2226 N. Temple 's IfUctric PRICES

fertilizer is coming from. ftPovertd Cassliee

Where we're going to market. Starke Fla.
e GRAND OPENING Hi' on With, A
e
Models.
And the services and advice we ;
Brookw Fla. Minimum Ol 200 Sa Ft.

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Garrards "Like It Here"As Location County Agent'sNotebook S J




For Their New Ceramics Mold Plant I :T71 -

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Our' recent scattered rains

lAe r __ v I have helped the feelings of a

t lot of folks. Pastures vegetables I
field crops and our

lawns and gardens have takenon W: t
a new look and seem to be I

growing or producing better. '
There are some corn and t ( ; .

.- vegetable fields, however II I I
that got the rain too late andthe I- I.
crops will be near a total
.
.... loss.
.... Seated <11-ri): ILL. Iligginbothain. J.A. From left: KdwardHodges. Williams :Mark
::t.
'In addition to cucumbersand DeSue. standing: U.S. Crawford K.N. Ronnie Patrick

., e a M beans, watermelons are Yierling. I
now being harvested in the
'
Brooker area. Some fields 8.evenLCIAnd UCI Employees :j J'
that were irrigated will have

good quality production melons. of Fields big ,high-that Enrolled Correctional; Training; I'I'The '

I KKMDCIIKIN: :' : shows technique of (I) pouring/ plaster into master mold; (2) tapping were un-irrigated;I will
with u rubber hammer to loosen mold before pulling; (3) carefully lifting new mold from probably have only one pr two Department of Offender enroll in the minimum Justice System Legal Aspects
master to prevent breaking or chipping delicate design. pickings of small fruit., Rehabilitation has announced standards curricula which is of Corrections, Operational
that Lawtey Correctional Procedures Principles of i
requiredbylawTheTraining
"We like It here," Is the Bacterial wilt of tomato Institution employee Mark Institute is Supervision I HumanRelations
program taught in
Garrard brothers reaction to continues to be the numberone
Hodges Ronnie Patrick, and conjunction with Lake City and Technical
the first two months of problem call from -
VIEWPOINT opera. gardeners Edward Williams and Florida Community College and the Training Skills which include
tion of their new ceramics A diseased plant is
.
State Prison employees J A.
graduates earn nine semester Firearms First Aid and FireFighting
mold plant located on U.S. 301 characterized by its wilted DeSue R,S. Crawford. H\.L. credits for successfully com Techniques.
between Starke and Lawtey.A condition and lack of
)Higgenbotham and F.N.
pleting the full time 160 hour
yellowing of the foiage. Affected The participants will continue
Vierling recently participated
Out of The AshesA leading producer in one of plants rapidly wilt and in the Correctional Training course. their training with an
the nation's fastest growing die without of the
yellowing Raiford. additional hours taught by
Institute at
Garrards have The I I
Industries the leaves. program includes I instruction -
reglonalmstructors. on an iri
moved their plant here fromSt. This is the eleventh to in the Criminal .
little known and perhaps forgotten vandals who broke out windows and set Petersburg where they The plants attacked by this group service basis.'

segment of local history came to light at fire to the various units over a period of were in business for ten years, disease frequently appear
the School Hoard meeting Monday night several years. The worst of these fires establishing a national and stunted before wilting occurs. R D n a Id Me)till a hi :t,
international reputation for a The pitch near the ground '
occurred on April 7, 1977 when damagewas
,a I ',
and building level dark colored and has
quality product is awatersoaked Scores A Hit
Community pride was evident when a so severe that the plant was their sales from $30,000 in appearance. If 1

delegation from the area served by the abandoned for all\ purposes. their first year of operation to the stem is cut near the base, A I ; Horn rlt ;]1j j
now-abandoned HJE School appeared a million dollars last year. a slimy. gray material may Nursing P
Realizing the need for such a facility in exude the cut. In later stages ,
Ix-fore the board to transfer of a,
request a of citizensnow The only fly in the ointmentis the pitch decays and the stem Delighting children of all "' i 11 l|
the black community a t : _
group '
unused site of black c
the to a group the training of competent becomes hollow or the vascu- ages Ronald McDonald madea ;
citizens, proposing the continued proposes to form a non-profit workers in this area whichare lar tissue may become brown. short visit to Starke Thursday -

operation of the burned-out facility as a corporation to manage the rehabilitationof familiar with the finished June 2, stopping at the }
viable of their the remaining buildings and to "green ware" from a There is 'no control for this Bradford County Hospital and
life.
community
part continue to it for the benefit of ceramics mold but totally disease once it has attackedthe the Starke Nursing Home
operate
_
unfamiliar with the making of plants.
Heal I/ing; that some members of the Head Start the Bradford-Union a mold itself. The Garrards Ronald traveled in style on .T1.T1Mrs I

Ixiard as well\ as the general public Association for Retarded Citizens and brought a skeleton force with Avoid movement of water infected or his visit to Starke in a 17

might not familiar with the origin and other groups who might want to make them including their two area equipment or plant from to other an areas or passenger "Big Mac" bus );

growth of It JR. a brief review of theschool's use of it to provide worthwhile servicesto sons, Charles 111 and George plants. Good sanitation or equipped with a refrigerator
who workers in the
history was given "in explanation the community.The are key pulling diseased plants from soft drink dispensing system
be ableto
but to
plant they hope I and hot and cold running 'I'-
of the reason the black train a competent force the garden and destroyingthem water. The 18 "Big Mac"
community feels so strongly\ attached to interest of the black communityin before the rush season gets may halt the spread of buses throughout the country r
the disease.
the re-establishing RJE as a communitycenter under way this fall. cost of over
and !so deeply interested in building each outfitted at a : Selma Eunice: of Law tt'Is 1'1I1t'J'ttit"tI hII lialloiin

lOci grounds." for needed activities is commendable "There are plenty of people, This is the time of year thatwe $200.000. travel promoting the animal made b>' Ronald :McDonald; during his \visit lo the
and should meet with successif here who want to work says begin to get calls about company and are involved in Bradford C'ount.v hospital June 2. a

High! school classes for black children they attack the project with the same Charles Garrard. Jr., but we house flies. Livestock charitable also and have civic a events.built-in
buses
in Bradford County were first held in the degree of enthusiasm they have shown can train just a few at a time producers! poultrymen The vacuum system for the carpeting
old frame grade school in the Renosect with our present staff and horsemen, pet owners and
toward similar goals in the past. of a color television anda
the making a ceramics homeowners and families lETTERS .
ion Starke. I5y 19-13 conditions had stereo sound system. <
mold requires skillful hands have; a role in preventing fly _

ix-eorm1 so crowded that the black .. especially, in ,the pouring proems! in .our.area.J: j Sit I ( Starke ".- ..- 'J : i' '''--"",.oiIi1 { .. "-.'.' '
., ,, ...,, '.' -. M I '" \la. ha.visitaround :.,. .i' .f 1 W
citf7en!i'of"the'' C'Ounty"fl'lt that :1': new v'' operation task of "pulling"and the the tedious molds TM' first't line ofattac'k is 't to \toQilldlS accompanied by AleetingTo'Alr( -i-.. 4 T ,'st'|'KH: SIAIOItSj:: ..A... .: '
,
needed 1 director of
school'building Tom Opliger
high was Action from the master mold without stop the 'flies from breeding Health Problems U. 1177"! "' s I IEditor
Traced ti'Begrets coach for the
breaking or cracking the pure The fly population literally explodes operations \lc-ar.Sir.: Q }
II.HinIK''n told by the School Board white in decaying garbage in Florida district: his assistant. J t :; ...
plaster.
iKiw hilldtt'As
Chuck Yeiser, account t I tllll tifilinti VIIIIIIK linn I l null' 11H.irdmn -'
with which to vegetables and in
that it had buy
no money member of the :North:
The masters are given a anima droppings.Fly execuitve.: David Potochmk. .! a ( Grail; :Night!: 'ilhis is a i
land as a site for a new !school the black Out of the embers of the tragic coat of a special muustnal- local assistant manager, and Central Florida Health night set aside at \Disiirvorld

citizen volunteered to raise the money nightclub fire in Southgate. Ky. has type soap which seals the eggs hatch into larvae in Mrs Betty Allen store activities Planning Council. I would like \\' Inc Seniors nil ,.uios.xFlorida

to h1lt t the land if I the Sl'hool Board call from U.S. fire officials for the pores and helps prevent the *>4 hours In 4 to 6 days the representative to urge all Bradford County .. \ >
come a
would funds for the building.A molds from sticking/ but even larvae migrate to the groundto residents to participate in the
provide nation to equip.. old buildings to meet then extreme care must be pupate The eggs can The "Big Mac" bus Community Meeting to be I Dmto mil ordinal e iiu'KlrnK
new safety codes. used in pulling off the top of develop into adult flies in 6 to assigned to the Florida district held June 14. 1977 at 7 p.m. in \ear.Iheii, ) I *\\iIS a gix'.1 innas
t'ommitll'as formed of the master and dislodging the 10 da>'s. 'They invade homes travels over 63.000 miles the Bradford County Courthouse lowlii'thiror not I 1111' School
representatives of the various black fresh mold from the bottom within the immediate vicinityof each year in a variety of Hi i.i i'd would permit the ,Mu
and held its I firstmeeting No sprinklers were required in the their filthy birthplace but activities said Opliger. The d'nlsln p.iitKipale this vearMtcr ,
churches of the county half, "You Just have to have This meeting has been
which time Beverly Hills! Supper Club in Southgate the touch to do this can migrate downwind up to 4 bus has taken underprivilegedchildren > residents due consideration. : tliev.itiieed
on June .1, 1 1VU., at right to the beach handicapped scheduled to give area .rod l
l 10 let our luys
donations toward the land purchasewere in which 1150 people perished on May 28. without breaking a lot of miles. to the zoo senior an opportunity to air .

received An organi/ation meetingwas Unfortunately a law passed after the molds." says Charles Houseflies have sponging. citizens on a round of events their views on health girls gll.lun

held on June 11. W.I:> ,lOci Professor club was built was not made rf'trol.tive.sn Garrard. "Kevin Durkin who our type mouthparts They eat by and on special occasions problems and needs in this. I delighted to I he,, able| lo
1(50( P.tIPpaid\ for this oversight plant foreman we soaking up foods. First they :McDonald presents its county. It is a chance for anyone ,say everyone behaved beauty,,
A. O.) Jenkins, a longtime, highlyrespected brought here with us from St. regurgitate!( liquids on the food crews and managers with a who is interested to help in Il llmid conducted themselves '
black educator was electedihairman. with their lives. Petersburg is an expert at particles to liquify it before trip on the bus as "a rewardfor planning future health care in msiuha way that toy

The (committee continued to Only 17 states now have statewide, just pouring wish, as I had well several as pulling.more/ soaking it up. Light colored a job well done" said Bradford County one would have been: pio.nl ill

meet frequently and donations l'rt'l.t.t'l.jH.d mandatory, : fire prevention codes for new like him." specks feeding are while the darker results fly of opliger. It is important that local and U- a part of their |group!>
residents participate
in amounts as small as 50) cents construction, but another ten or more The Garrards got three specks are associated with fly Following theibit to Starke make their views known so 011( l ehalt> of I their cpunsursund

and as large as $:.(H). County churches are now considering! such legislation. months behind schedule fecal spots. the "Big Mac" bus went to that decisions concerning the Parent' n, I
the Blanding to visit the would like II sa. II lug lit \\KHll' ,
designated certain offerings to the Camp be >
and local during moving process future health care can
Very few state governmentshave Flies hatch in animal dung -
National Guard.prrethrins And also add Ih"l Inc.Fridav "
property fund black elementary schools taken the unpopular course ofordering and setting up their new plant often, enter the the dining made by those who will receive .' will
night! >1111'> see iI i
and IUR took collections for the here and are just now getting food and it rather than government
{ high room to sample can
up safety measures for old caught up with orders. Then officials. Let's take this line group ut l buys and\ mils
drive, and citizens nude individual of which the worst infest humans with intestinal graduate, Ihev aielrulv. the"Super
buildings, many are will come a brief breathing disease such dysentery and plus a synergist opportunity to be heard "
contributions until in July 191.3: Articlesof kind of fire.traps. spell before time for the big diarrhea. dichlorvos ronnel or naled. Seniors ol 77'1h
Sincerely
Agreement were signed by the shows in different parts of the WARNING:; : Never apply fly RD. Edmondson : '!> KiitieiMTanner: : \ .
committee trustees and Mrs Pauline The installation of new safety country, where more ordersw Again. we' need to control spray on or near food or dishesor I'lesulelil.

Garcia for purchase of the land at a priceof equipment in old buildings usually takes ill be taken when for new the molds peak rush are flies by cleaning up breeding silverware. Til,\\KS F'lU):\AfTIIOK l'an'IIIIII'j.IJIIlillwlI t !
f
$1,000( ) paid at the time of signing the place\ only after a )great tragedy\ has season ordered by dealers for the around places. Remove.the house garbage twice from a Outside the house apply a OF"I>K.\Timoi
deed with a balance of $1.000 to lie) paid occurred. Recent nursing! home fires in Christmas rush. week. Next be sure screenson taining residual dimethoate or surface spray ronnel con.or Dear) Mr: Matthews: ITDOKSVTIItUT TOSMII.K: :

bv November 1.1 1917. Chicago and Ohio for instance, resultedin About 40 per cent of the the doors and mdows are naled. Follow dosage and 1\1" father has mailed me a .

expensive sprinkler systems being Garrards' output is exportedto tight-fitting application direction on the copy of your excellent article Dear Editor:
On July :2(5.( 1918. the IIOcIas deeded installed in old nursing homes t there. But foreign countries and container label when applyingboth on both me and my first i novel.

by "A.O. Jenkins. George Little, and human life is a high price to pay for Canada which is just developing To kill flies inside containing the home indoor and outdoor DKATHUOKK. I thank you six-month-old One Saturday son alternoon was cooing our

('.A. "rum as Trustees of Colored SI.hl")1t fire protection. as a major market use a space spray sprays. for taking the time out to help and smiling at fellow shoppersin

District t No. :3of Bradford County" to the adequate They are hard at work now both along Bradford Square but not

Hoard of Public Instruction for "the sumo completing and shipping a I have worked at the craft of one person returned his
addition to the tragic, multideathfires order to
In $16.000 going writing for twelve years and greeting This attitude of
? $10 l and" other valuable considerations. I which make the headlines home Caracas. Venezuela and an have been up and down count people distresses me greatly.To .

fires individually involving only a few $8,000 order for San Juan less times. but I never for a

then began on the new people still add up to a big statistic Puerto Rico. moment considered quitting. dt'na child a smile is
Construction crime. But 1 m our society
not
hitting
for that matter a
or -
completed\ classeswere which gives the U.S. the worst fire "We already need another ,
!school and when the jackpot as I haBul the that reeks of frustration
held there until the new law for death record of any country. building the same feetGarrard size as this success is most welcomed: I impersonalization. and
((9,000 square have a frame ofreferen'ce violence, it seems to me that
l'snd integrating! certainly
elas
restructuring says "and hope to start on it ,
students closed down KJE as a high But not all of the fire dangers occur in some time around the first of for not being each: of us should endeavor to
all the make surroundings more
lul.'KO it is more our
"UCI'I
school, and it was abandoned by the public buildings or occupied homes. One the year. With that completed. sweet. pleasant. If adult avoidance of
potential dangers is we should be able to increaseour continued. I fear
school for such purposes.The of the greatest children Is
system be
force to around 40. It is also a personal joy to
and commercial extinguish our hope
ramshackle homes the we may
able to write about place
buildings were then used intermittently buildings which have long been abandoned The Garrards have plenty of where I grew! up and to have for tomorrow-the. optimism of

for Head Start and sl.mtlar and are fire threats to adjoining room for expansion on their that story that place meet vouth. i

events continuedin Starke has more than its fair property lying between 301 with so much success
: Jane B.
activities, and sports property. and the railroad, just south ofCarradme's. WedemeyerSanta
the gymnasium, which .is.stt11 in share of these and they should be Leather Shop, 1 lam at work on mv second FeCommunity i
comparatively good condition. Unfortunately condemned for what they area Besides their own expansion. novel. .:\)DIi't'ACO'S: : : CollegePsychologist

the unuseH portions of the nuisance and a threat to the propertyand they hope to attract several Itl'and: : should finish it
of the
before the first year.
associated industries to forma
complex attracted the attention of physical well-being of its citizens. future industrial park After that my schedule calls

for working/ on the third bookof
The Garrards are also the quartet. ORO. during
distributors for Georgia. / 1978-79. and working on the 1\!
QRfDj Pacific plaster the associated Comntander; Displays; Trophies last book. SUN :MAN.:; during ,

i industries into their planned 198081. The project is very
park it will/ enable them to important to me and I simply
local Post
milijjiq41Q.978 (nmnundrr JuliiM of the American Legion
order plaster In larger quantities Royal cannot rest until all four books
;tit dlspla.vs a trophy, ribbons, and citation the Post wai
at more favorable rates are done but then I plan to
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awarded" a| the ('ontltuCionallnrerence In Crystal!
months off before
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BOB G. FERGUROtl'r- JOHN M. MILLER I'm! 411 was awarded two honor ribbons for service to the! '
Publisher t or an average of 100 tons per tonitnunil, : and two citation for nn-ritorlus service: The .books.. I
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10" month.CTh .-Q trophy| It a special award for lint percent membership In Post 'j, Once again I thank you for.
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second
entered a* efforts behalf. note that
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Mulllns kindergartenclass Mrs. Schmidt' first grade Gainesville. The classes play, '"Making Anywhere
Bradford, the county's The robot encouraged the has been learning about reading class enjoyed a walkto began their tour by viewing a Beautiful." Miss Hill, pre-
public library robot, toured elementary school children to the five senses and have become the Bradford County Public film on cave ecology. They intern in this room, was most
I. Southside, Brooker, Hampton, program their summer with "detectives" to discover Library on Thursday, June 2. learned how a cave is formedas helpful with the preparationsfor
Lawtey, and Starke elementary fun and adventure by taking a things by a taste party, touch Mrs. Martha Minx explainedthe well as the variety of the play. The students
schools last week to book trek into new worlds. party and smell party. summer reading program animals that inhabit a cave. have demonstrated great Interest
promote the children's The Bradford County ,/ ,, .1 1 % w4ILf Each child had a turn to and then shared some "Moon After seeing the film, the in the play, which the !
summer reading program, Library this summer will guess what things were by Stories" and "Monster Rid classes enjoyed a guided tour teachers do appreciate.
"Take The 'Ums Out of have films, puppet shows using senses alone. They used dles" with the children. of a replica of a Florida cave. Second grades sent a "thank
Summer." story telling, singing, woIcarving ; all their senses to feel, smell, The students toured the The re-creation of such cave you" to Mrs. Westcott for the
t a magic show and see, hear, and taste apple- library to see where books on dwellers as the rattlesnake, beautiful plants she gave '
r r'kar much more, said the robot sauce cooking. Mrs. Knute their level are shelved and bats, and salamanders was so them. Mrs. Williams' and
Bradford, the robot, said Coleman brought cucumbersand then gave Mrs. Schmidt applications authentic that many children Mrs. Morton's rooms won
"Come to the public library in helped make pickles. The for library cards for found it hard to believe they their second Good Behavioral
Starke" where summer fun is students used all their senses those who don't already have. were not live specimens.After Manners flag on June 2, 1977.
free. aaln when eating the finished one of their own. Mrs. Linda touring the cave the
Book Trek Timetable to pickles. Michelle Harrell Smith assisted in the field trip children next moved to the Mrs.Harrell's reading class
Other Worlds Programs, from helped with the taste party which was a very worthwhileand Object Gallery. Here they of fourth graders presentedtheir
10 a.m. to 10:30: a.m., on the and the cafeteria gave some of enjoyable experience. were fascinated to see a wide Biography Day programto
dates below is: the food to be tasted. The class range of exhibits. Some of the the third, fourth, and fifth I
I June20, MondayProgramblastoff has written poems and made On Thursday, June 2, Mrs. most popular exhibits were of grades on Thursday, June 2.
door prizes plus film booklets on what they like to Freeman and Ms. Lawrencetook insects, fossils, and clothes Some of the pupils chose a I
"Little Smokey." smell, feel, hear taste, and their classes to the from America's past. The famous person in history they
( II June 24, Friday- Sea, land it 1 1.r see. Florida State Museum in classes ended the trip by were Interested in to tell
I and sky games. walking to the Reitz Union and about. Many different resources
I June 27, MondayMagic R picnicking around the. duck were used to find out
show (Bill Chelune; plus the 4 u Brooker pond. about the person's life. Someof
film "Window of the LivingSea. oI7 y Bike-A-Thoii Raises the students dressed like
." Mrs. Lawrence's class has the famous person they.told
,, July 1, Friday Live music '$675 For Cystic Fibrosis been giving oral reports on about. The audience was then
plus story telling. Florida. Cheri Foster's topic asked to guess who they were.
July 6, WednesdayFilm" '7 dir Brooker Bike-A-Thon received a $25 US Savings was poisonous plants of The students are to be com-
"The Little Monster. riders collected $675.50 in Bond from Richard Walker Florida. Her report included a mended as this was the first
I ; July 8, FridayMystery their May 21 efforts to battle Construction Co. of Callahan. description of some of the time many had spoken beforea
"Bradford," the county'spublic program. Cystic Fibrosis when all 25 Each rider had pledges of at most common poisonous large audience and used a
robot, meets July 13, Wednesday- plants of Florida. Her report microphone.In .
library riders completed the 15 miles least 10 cents a mile for each
hands
Starke Elementary School Woodcarving (Pastor Drake) Shaking with Mrs. Robertha Snell's Starke Elementary round trip to Worthington mile riden. included a description of some
kindergarten children from and fingerplays.July School kindergarten class Is "Bradford." the county's Springs., Riders who collected $25 or of the most common poisonous Ms. Goldberg's second
Mrs. Janine Sellers' class. 15, FridayFlannel public library robot. "Bradford" visited 72 classrooms: In the Top prize winner for collecting over received a T-shirt from plants. She also brought some grade Hal Wood is the only
board stories. county telling students about summer fun at the library. examples she had mounted on student with perfect at-
Complete with blinking red $148 .was Mark Crews the Cystic Fibrosis Founda-
light and sound, the robot July 18, Monday- Films, who received a 1(. inch drill kit tion. Getting shirts were: poster board and laminated. tendance this year. Students
encouraged children to join "Time Machine"" and "Africa July 22, Friday Film "Topof "person"plus a prize for each from North Florida ConcreteCo. Mark Crews, Bobby Adams, Erika Gruen had an Interesting whose academic achieve-
the summer program at the The New Day. the World." child. of Lake City. Debbie Polk, Penny Jackobs, report on the ments are noteworthy are:
I library. July 20, Wednesday- Bobby Adams received a $25 Guy Wayne Parrish, David clothing of Seminole Indians. Hal Wood, Teresa Crews
Adventure activities. July 27, Wednesday- Bradford, the robot, said, US Savings Bond from B&H Hamilton, and Lisa Lynn. She cave an oral report Larry Nazworth<<; Michael
I Puppet show, "A Visit From "Don'tmisfireand miss a free Electrical Co. of Waldo for his The Bike-A-Thon prizes describing Seminole dress. Riley, Shaun Schmidt, and
I Was Welcome Outer Space." ride to summer fun and adventure efforts in collecting $107. were awarded Friday, June 3, Next she displayed a varietyof Nannette Perry. The children
Rain Relief Here July 29, f'ridaySmokey clip this program so Third prize winner Debbie winding up the collection Seminole clothes and enjoyed a tasting party this
the Bear visits the library in you won't miss one blast off." Polk, who collected $85 and drive. jewelry.Mrs. week as part of their unit on

A 1.4 inch rain early Monday below the 50-year average for .- S'. .'- -_.L........ "" .r food bearing plants, fruits and
brought further relief to that period. 'L '. Williams' and Miss vegetables.
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Bradford County and new life April was the driest monthin New Berry To AppearA ; Tyson's second grade rooms, Congratulations go to
to spring crops and home all areas, with Bradford : with assistance from Mrs. Angela Sisskind, Dena
gardens.Bradford. measuring only nine-tenths of ,-' Morton, had a great time on Chesser and Larry Nazworthfor
I fared better than an inch for the entire month; new strawberry variety, have an acre of the new May 27 (Mini-Course Day) completing another math
neighboring areas, where Keystone received .7, and the Tufts (commonly called variety if they can obtain y. making rainbow color neck- book. Special recognition goesto
Keystone Heights fire tower Blanding .61 inches. "Toughie") will appear on the plants. The cost, including laces. These two rooms wenton Latoshia Lindsey, Jason
reported only six-tenths of an May was the wettest monthso Bradford County scene next royalty, is expected to run a field trip to the Santa Fe Henderson, Brad Stroble,
inch, and Camp Blanding far. Blanding led with 5.93 season tor tne first time about $36 per thousand for. Community College Zoo. The Delray Covington, Lucille
measured .85 inches. inches, Bradford was second except for a few experimental plants. ,rKN mAll students enjoyed all the Hollis, Tonda Moody, Sherry
with 5.3, and Keystone trailed plants here this year. As for the season just animals, especially the Marlin, Lamar Williams,
For the first five months of with 4.6.With County Agent Bobby Taylor closed, Griffis says he has no monkeys. They had a picnic John Crews, Timmy Strong
: the year, Bradford has also almost half the year said yesterday he had: a complaints and believes that lunch on the lawn under the David Whittle, Randy Wood,
ranked high with 16.70 inchesto gone, this area has received communication from a sourcein most other growers were like pine trees 'Which was en- Tina Harmon and Billy Smith
Keystone's 13.20, and only about one-third of the California saying that the wise satisfied, though Morris joyable. These rooms appre- for completing another
Blanding's 13.93. But even normal annual rainfall, 55.8 patented variety, heretofore Carter, Jr., with the county's / -- ciate the help of the following reader, Green Feet.
Bradford was several inches inches. available only to California largest acreage, said his yield parents: Mrs. Chaff, Mrs. All of room nine would like
was below par due to adverse Griffis, Mrs. Covington, and to extend their condolences to
growers, will be released for weather conditions. Mrs. Havunen.On Larry Nazworth and his
BroOker's'
sales in other states in the Luther Hilliard, Leon and 25 riders who participated In blke-a-thon June 7 the second grade family on the loss of his
completed the course that stretched IS long, hot miles from
coming season on a limited Edwin Starling, and L.M. reading class presented a grandmother.Mimi .
Brooker to and back.
Worthington Springs
oNEYI basis. The berry was developed Norman, Jr. were among the
In California and growers who Pronounced: it a
there will still have Graduates (From Page 1)) ______.. .
growers
good( season. -- --- ---- -- -- a e e a
i priority on available plants,
One pound of honey contains the essence of two million but if the supply is sufficient, Michael Jr. of -Keith Maxie Carter of
for the ceremonies. Freeman Register, ; son Shaunette Scott,
I : other growers may buy them, Honey Crop Andrews, Ken Thompson and Starke, 3.634. Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.L.
i but may have to pay a royalty, Ricky Norman will present John David Samons, son of Starke. Scott of Lawtey.
f Taylor's information Indi- "God Bless America" and Mr. and Mrs. John Samons of -Karen Ann Glover, -Jay Mack Godwin, son of
flowers.PRODUCE cated. Up In 76 Cynthia Thornton will do the Starke, 3.631.Patricia daughter Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Godwinof
Bradford Griffis, veteran %-. class song "Theme From Lynn Pierce, Glover, now of Inverness. Starke. lErma
berry grower who" One segment'I of Florida 1.) I I 1 Mahogany." The ceremonieswill daughter Mr. and Mrs *Anthony Jerome Lynn Moxley/
has had a chance to observethe "labor force" was not affected close with the George H. Pierce of Starke, Franklin, son of Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B.L.
"Toughie" from a few by the recession and those "Processional March" by the 3.627. Robert Franklin of Lawtey. Moxley, Jr. of Starke
plants that found their way workers topped all other BHS Band. Eoline Green, daughter of -James Lee Livingston, Pamela Kay Tucker,
I II LARGE FLA into Florida last season, says states in production, said the The ceremonies will also Mr. and Mrs. Harry N. Greenof son of Mr. and Mrs. William daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neil
I he intends to plant about Florida Chamber of Com- honor nine BHS graduateswho Starke. O. Cruce of Lawtev Tucker, Starke.
20,000 (one acre) of the new merce. have earned high honors Ruth Ella Hazen daughterof
CANTALOUPE sxr39C variety this fall. While the Millions of worker bees in with a grade point average of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hazen, -Emma Ann Allen -Lisa Michele Ekard,
,,1 flavor may not equal the state produced over 27 3.5 or better and 29 honor 3.575. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Mrs. J.E. Ekardof
'.! Sequoias, the "Toughie" has million pounds of honey last graduates, requiring a grade Cindy Beth Davis, daughterof Robert E. Allen, Jr. of Starke. Starke.
N ? } superior carrying qualities, year, 12 percent more than the point average of 3.0 or better. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Debra Tonya Patrick -Priscilla Stalnaker
EACHFRESH "&* lasting five days without refrigeration 1975 crop. High honor students of the Davis of Starke, 3.512. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenney, daughter of Mrs.
and keeping a good Although the 360,000 1977 graduating class are: Bobbin Hood, daughter of W.M. Patrick of Lawtey.Cassandra Elizabeth Stalnaker of Starke.
appearance for a longer shelf colonies on hand during 1976 Deborah Lucille Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Perca L. Guionof Suzette Tina Leigh Brown, daughterof
life, Griffis says. "It's a flat- remained the same as in 1975, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Starke, 3.512. Johnson, daughter of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Millard
> SILVER QUEEN shopped berry with a good, the bees worked harder and Clyde Bradley of Starke, 3.780 Bertha Johnson of Lawtey. Brown of Starke.
bright red color, and size yielded eight pounds more per average. Honor students graduatingwith -Susan Carol Blalock, -Pamela Jo Chapman,
CORN $100 equal to the Sequoia," he colony. This boosted Florida's Briar Ann Patray, daughterof a grade point average of daughter of Mrs. J.H. Blalockof daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
DOZ added. production to 14 percent of the Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Patray, 3.0 or better are: Starke. A.W. Chapman of Raiford.
Griffis predicted that United States total, which was Keystone Heights 3.650 -Kathy Marie Teston, Zedra Marvin Hamilton, son -Laurie Ellen George,
VINE RIPENED RUSKIN several other growers would around 200 million pounds. Kathleen Lisa Mitchell, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Earl of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Teston of Lawtey. Hamilton of Brooker. William Geroge of Starke.
Kim Elaine Tenly, daughterof -Helen Victoria Lee,
TOMATOES389c Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Tenlyof daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
oUY Starke. Marion T. Lee of Lawtey.
I Karen Denise Howe, -Wanda Gall Green,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mildred Howe of Starke. Clyde Green of Brooker.
-Thomas Levi Casey, son John Banks Lewis, IV, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. of Mr. and Mrs. John B.
LETTUCE GREEN ., Casey of Starke. Lewis III, of Starke.
-Louis Franklin Crews, son -Terry Lynn Hicks
PEANUTS39LB. of the late Mr. and Mrs. Louis. Thomas, daughter of Mrs
33C HEAD Crews of Starke. Jackie Rowe of Starke.
-Dana Suzanne Dyal, Gina Lynn Brown, daughterof
I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Millard
RED SOUTH Bobby Dyal! of Brooker. Brown of Starke.

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I, Last AT For SSG Wise L :!.: )\;: Last Summer Camp .



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He signed up, says ;'\' f
Perhaps not many of us think about that the National Guard and because he liked 1"t'.I"j.IJ \' :, ",.'..... by Maj Karen Lucas

summer, be it two years away or 20 when we being in the military. He works at the United i /: \\' (; .'/...' Camp Blanding
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Samuel C. Wise, (USP&FO) here at Camp Blanding. '..";"1"\' ,\ CAMP BLANDING"Ain't no call to miss
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however this AT is cause for reflection. Wise's summer crimp pay as a private backin .. ",..'" Y"J'i' ; 'I' "\ "'k';' ".: ( ,"Moo. drills when you work here, too."

A section foreman in the supply section of 1953, he recalls, was about $100. That was I : .. ." .''IW"".' ; ., :'.WI':'1J,,..'.r.:,...' .... I.: During 25 years of service in the same

the 631st Maintenance Company from Starke, an improvement though over the $21 a monthhe .: :: ..;'; ... .. : '. platoon, section and unit, the 631st Main f

SSG Wise is attending what will probably be earned as a newly enlisted private in 1941."I i it .. tenance Company of Starke, Specialist James ft

his last two weeks of annual training. He is used to say I made $21 a day once a month" '... I I," I McCrary has missed but one drill assembly. I

due to retire with 30 years service'on April 30. he remembers with a smile. .,., I forgot to ask him why he missed that one, but

Originally from Opp, Abu the sergeant was Pay for annual training these days is'more .' you can be relatively certain he had a darn (

inducted at Ft. McClellan, Ala., in 1941. He than $100, but the sergeant observes that good reason.
was not to see that state for four years. other things have improved as well. SP5 McCrary enlisted in the Florida National I 1 I ts"

After recruit training at Camp Lee, Va., he There's better training now, he thinks, Ifcf Guard in 1952 and became a full-time technician r f

was shipped to Casablanca, North Africa, because the equipment is better and more at the Organizational Maintenance Shop \

landing there in 1942. As a member of the 9th modern; and there's more to offer people who Warehouse here. 1lf'
Infantry Division, he served under General join. / : "This will most likely be my last summer

Patton. Wise holds battle stars representingseven Also,he believes that people enlisting in the camp," exclaimed the sun-tanned, crewcut 'J\

major campaigns including the Battle of Guard today are better qualified through j,. fellow with the genuine smile. He plans to

the Bulge, and the invasions of Belgium, schooling, both in and out of the service."I 'C" retire after this year. Iu. 4A.
France, and Germany. The Georgia-born guardsman has lived in I

Wise remembers the time in 1944 when he think the people you're getting now are Starke for 27 years. lIe and his'wife, Ann, 1 u ,

heard that a certain Rhine River railroad better educated," he avers. "Before, it didn't .. have three children.He .

bridge weakened by bombardment had .make any difference if you could walk, talk or operates as a mechanic for the 631st and ll I

collapsed carrying many men to their deathsin crawl. Now they won't even talk to you if you states proudly that he was one of the charter Sl :.1 James :MUrar, 21;;
the water below. He had crossed that bridge don't have a high school education." members of the Battery "B." year member of tint:
only four hours before. Maintenance Company of

Discharged from the regular Army, as a There's a sense of satisfaction in SSG Sam Marke.

corporal, in 1945, Wise joined the National Wise's voice as he reflects on 30 years of military -

Guard's 48th Armored Division on April 6, service[ but there's a touch of nostalgia, 1977-78 School Calendar ; 1

1953. As a member of Company B, 748th too: "I don't care what other people say about SSG Wise I
Ordinance Battalion, AT 7Ts Alternate the service. It's been good to me and I've triedto School will be out soon for 1977; March 27. 28, 29, 1978; said these days are subject to
summer vacation, June 8, but and May 29, 1978. collective bargaining
Command Headquarters was the be good to it; but 111 miss these people I've J
armory for those mothers who want to
The calendar "We ahead of
"I used to 1 made 121 a was adoptedat got our-
say
where he attended four Monday night drills been with all these years. It's just going to be day once a month." look ahead to relief in Sep the May 16 school board selves," said Casey. The days
each month. hard not being with them. tember here is the 1977-78 meeting as proposed by proposed as paid holidays for
school calendar. superintendent Tom Casey teachers were: September 5. '
Teachers will begin to The calendar as proposed has Labor Day; November 24. '
school year with pre-planning 180 student days and 13 Thanksgiving and !May 29.
August 22.26. School begins teacher planning days. Memorial Day.
Local Guardsmen Find Blanding Life Style Definitely Upgraded August 29, with the first Asterisks marking three School will begin one day ,
holiday September 5, Labor paid holidays for teachers earlier this year. August 29. 1
Day. were deleted after school and end June 9. one day later I I
Menilieis ol (ho local I lard lime in I H: years it was Florida National Guard can Bennett, unit commander. Pike, SP4 John Hall.! Jr. and October 21 is a teacher board attorney Jesse Wolbert : j
:\.ilion.il. (Cii.iid; unit, the (.:.listM.iinU'naiue nice not to have to worry train there at the same time. The unit has one man whow Johnnie Andrews Jr., all planning day and November ,jI'
1'onipany, are about vour clothing and Housing the major draw ill attend Officers Candidate prior service members. 23 is a holiday for all. ,
IlIlIhn tills veai's l:> dav' slay personal!! equipment as well as back was partially taken care School and two men who will The unit is accepting enlist- Thanksgiving holidays will ;'1
,il ('.imp i Hl.indmti dilfeicnlIrotii leiords and supplies getting of in the $1.7 million first attend NCO school this year in ments during the annual be November 24 and 25 and the Garbage ServiceIn i
.inv in the t pil"" they' ate wot." said ISG J.E phase. Construction included lieu of going to camp with the training period and contact Christmas holiday for .
living in Imir.uks 'loinlinson "(>ne iif the most three 40-man barracks a unit. The unit has about 20 may be made at the local students will be December 19
"I hive lut-ii going to annual il gl'a'alinlliml's/ in the past company sized area adjacentto people who are waiting active armory on Edwards Road oral through January 3. Teacherswill f:
training with the was when it lamed, and the the airfield that included an duty training Camp Blanding., said have a planning day,
:National (tiiiaid; for :JH! ears It'liisould leak or blow down administration supply These members of the unit Bennett. The unit is author- January 2, January 27, and Bradford County
and this is thol irst t year I have and/ everything became dampor building, a KM<< man mess hall, are non-prior service members ized to take 10 or 12 more March 24.Spring :
lived in litiiratks, with so wet that the items wore two barracks, a bachelor who must go off for fiveor people at this time due to the holiday, March 27-31, ';
showers< and rt'.t| looms, said damaged or destroyed." officers' quarters and six months active duty before re-organization in January will coincide with the Brad-
SK'( flit< ton K:. (dull; I lis. Those 'loinlinson" added latrines attending annual 1977 ford County Fair which will Twice A Week Pick Up
ne DM' host) living conditions This I MMi Hlanding facilities The local unit of 1 16-1( males training While on active duty While at annual training run March 29 through April 1. I'
\\t' li.ivth.id si me the will IK able to handle iiboutII und (h; females will remain at they will attend schools in members of the unit and their The last holiday of the year Phone 473.3728 Call Evenings Until 11;00
:National (; Uill'da" te.uln.iliMl .(HMi 'UK'mising to III.IMKI) next camp until June II. They ill mechanics radio repair, wives are entitled to shop at will be Memorial Day, May 29, t'
alteiU II:' said vo.n and U.otMi. the following receive supervised on the job welding and personnel Prior the PX and commissary at and school will end for Satisfaction Guaranteed {
SS<; S.nmiel I' disc who is \111' 'I'ho iiu'i'e.isv in numbers training in job skills as automotive service personnel do not haveto anv military installation. students June 9. Teachers
attending his las) annual \will lie I possible, under I the repairs welding, radio go off for the half year It is not all training while at post-planning will be June 12,
training 'p.I.itKlI..t.allol. ol his lamps) live year' $78 million and electronics repairs, active duty.Enlisting. camp members ol the unit 13 and 14.Holidays. RESIDENCE MV'5" At Road '6" At House
retirement next: .\pi'il. holding program: to bring/( the generator repairs, cooking. just prior to the will participate in Softball, for 12 months personnel
Smie we arrived l it rained l 72.37nucresIackinto:! : shape soI administration and personnel unit leaving for annual basketball and tennis tournaments are: July 4, 1977; For Our Customers ConvenienceWe r
i.nniil 1 ti' hard .uul lor tin- I ho entire/ 4,4iKi men in the work. said Capt. David training were SPj Michael W. between the units. September 5, 1977; November Are Now Listed In The Starke Directory
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PROFITRAISING i ,
.B. Platt manager of Bradford County on Ihel'ounIY's had scheduled it for mining specific area for mining until Another public input session
DuPont's Trail Ridge and proposed land use operations in the early 19HO's. the time came for them to be will be held following the ''I
Highlands mining plants map. On) an early draft of the land mined County planner and zoning meeting on June 28, at EARTHWORMS '
appeared at the County Attending\ / a public "input" use map the area had been zoning director L.M. Gaines which time Mutch said he
Zoning Board meeting May 31, session, lolloping the regular designated as "mining" but explained that Kerr McGee hoped to have the narrative Can You Answer "YES"* lo These Questions,
monlhUomnR hoa I'dIUl'I'lin the classification was removed also owned approximately portion of the plan completed.
I'latt said thel'IImpillIY and made "agrilultural' 8.000) acres in western Brad- During the regualr zoning I. Do you like raising' Itvestuik7
questioning removal of a had owned theprup'rly in compliance a ford County, but it was not meeting approval was givento 2. Do you want' a business. of your own' '
mining classification from an Freeman 3 Do you need retirement or extra tnrnm' *' 'TORSE!:
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are eastern edge until III for 2't 4 Do have back yard other. tariff ,
area for mining/ plans Register rezoning: you a or (II) BIO:
were firmed up. He told Platt acres, S11 miles south of

I 56 To Install New Officers that a 'special use permit" Starke at the intersection of PERHAPS YOU CAN BECOME A WORM GROWER!
Post
Legion
would have to be obtained I!.S. 301 and SR-221 from OK
prior to mining, whether the to MP for use for bulk oil
IF ACCEPTED AS A PRODUCER. WE OFFER
American Legion Post 56 historian; William Bill( I attend Patterson said. land was classified agriculture storage.
will conduct installation of Haas service officer; Gerald "Freedom is not free, it nr minimi Alden. Morrow was! given Professional Guidance Marketing Service :
officers for t the new year June Roberts, sergeant at arms, bears a price tag," stated Sam Mulch local assistanceplanner North' permission to advertise for re- Exchange Membership Complete Supplies
with the ilassilication of one-half acres
Commander "This
Patterson.
and Joe adjutant.
14 K p m. at the Legion Home. Gissy post
Central Florida Regional south of Sta rke on SK-100 from
Edwards: Kd Starke. Several visitors from the film has been produced by /
;announces 211( Bob Patterson, district and state offices are people who know our military Planning Council said that ,OH.to UA for operation of an ACT TODAY!SEND FOR YOUR FREEBROCNURE! ,
commander. expected for the installation, posture and will be of great leaving the land as auto repair shop.
post said Patterson. interest to those who care for agricultural would give thel'nunh' Ray Crews received permission .
'' Send address, phone, description of acililwi; lo
"more control over to advertise for a' name :
The new officers to be installed After the installation a film our country said Patterson.Commander.Elect '
what ou to do and hearing his petiton to re- I
Otto F Siemer entitled "What Price Otto > re going on < '
are commander: Bryce Freedom; ?" will be shown Siemer urged all members to 00'em will leave the land." zone 45: of an acre, three- MWIOhN.
Jr. post said the land fourth of mile north of .
'. first vice- comparing the military take part in Flag Day activities He use map a '
( Titus. Jr. could be to conform Starke U.S. 301 from OR tome ,
commander Xl\I. Smith posture of the United States May 14. by displaying changed on WORM GHOWIRSi'CHANGE INC
; Walter H and the USSR. Veterans in the American Flag and asking with the mining operationw for purpose of erecting a lNJnt IN IMf ,
finance officer: I
ithout undue delay w hen the single family residence. S
John B. Grew area are invited and urged to others to do the same.
Lee chaplm; time came lor operations to Crews was advised that the 1J-A- sTREET SMYRNA TENNESSEE 171(7 ((815)) 254-7327
begin minimum requirement for a
I Health Issues To Be Aired Here TuesdayA The Cardin brothers. single family residence is one- :,
Wesley and George expressed half acre and. even if the

will is being conducted to gather Council. This plan will contain qualms concerning rezoning was permitted he
community meeting information and suggestionsfrom long range goals for Im- vanoususpoctsof the land use would have to appear before
be held to discuss health community residents proving community health planning process with par- the county commission and John Brown
issues in Bradford County about health problems. and medical services, explained ticular emphasis on the need possibly' the Board ol Adjust
Tuesday June H,7p m. in the Information collected at the Jan Hughey, lor adequate provision for ment to request a variance
Bradford County Commission community meeting will be executive director of the mobile homes, which they In other business the hard
Chamber. used in developing a Health council. said werean important part of approved u resolution presented Has Gone s ,a
The meeting sponsored by System Plan for the region The Health Planning the county housing picture director' Gaines requesting I;
the North Central Florida served by the Planning Council was formed last Tht'also stressed the need the ('lIunl)' (Com- + y
Health Planning Council Inc., under the National for industrial plots in outlying mission to adopt a evolution I I
Health Planning and area, as well as in the city of seeking: (establishment III l I
News Resources Development Act. Starke Bradford Count' as a It I'- II I
I Girl Scout This legislation is aimed at Mulch explained thai the development a in order li> :
providing quality and economical land use plan was flexible and be eligible for grants lor IlIwrt'nt t
Senior Troop 669 had a very meal and even planned a few health services could be changed, through due housing! nd other work .;
exciting time at the Annual details for their trip throughout the country. process at any time projects .t .\'
Senior Banquet In Jacksonville Last Thursday was the last t
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for ,
Ma26. Neighborhood Meeting 1 1I' r .
The food at St rick lands Bradford Union. Everyonehad i .
Townhouse was very good and a poem about their troop OOPS !. WE GOOFED 'J '
the entertainment also. and the past year. It was I'
The speaker was Andre covered dish and the food was 1977 2 BR Poibk. Wifc i i
Crenshaw of Jacksonville so good and the poems were (J .:.- These Piggly Wiggly BINGO MAGIC
not so good. All leaders were '
Florida tatives Also House the of installation Represen of recognized at this time and 1(\ 100' Cash Winners Were Incorrectly Delivered Set Up And Anchored f I'
their work and 1
thanked for
Sention i
for the '
officers
Planning Board was held. time A special thank you to Identified In Our advertising Circular. With Air Condition And Skirting J
Our Mullins was Janet Kimutis for being our I
Patty I
own Historian. Neighborhood!' Chairman -coalf aanr.aa15 ,."
installed Congratulations.as :Those attending these past two years.. She has JHM 0005 fOI 1 QUOS HII no IMI m IOnS Nl! lOnly X861300 i J! '
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included Patty done a super job and never PIlI/! 9 DM GMMi. foal nia M :
Laurie Mullins Lila Rae hesitated to do the extras She 'Ailli mHnoifr I IIt tons UGC: osais T\
Yawn "awn. Diane has even served as Neigh- ... I>IM Mlmmm I,,, ,, ...lIi- I ;
Betsy
Yawn Lynne Johns borhood Cookie Chairman NE I. './" .DTI.i.," I IN Ask John About I
Catherine Schoening, IreneWainwright. hich is above and beyond the 0 ... !ip..iu 1 IM laps f
and Carolyn call\ of duty. We really\ could t 1.11 IRJI4I 10 lit "leg) 4. N
Eaves. not have been in the Scouting I .... .1.IM .," I. .. 'i The New Used Or i \

Memorial Day saw the business ithout you Janet, l I.55.751::1. .. .I" I! l a JLL. J .. .I
Seniors being picked up early thank you again and we look tout, Repossessed Homes
as forward to working with you DO"ML ...... Tot. sl t
for "Come .
a surprise you [ II II 1 I '
are Breakfast" at the Mullins. for another year her Thanks Ed, --.--....-!, ---j j He Also Has A Larqe 11 "
look for sharing --- -- -
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Cute You really\ .
girls. -Carolyn Eaves -IYI w"1 ---- .,
super. They had a delicious :'_ ..::.:.:;."'::."::..-::.::= -. J
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regular monthly meeting of Kathryn =-===--::==-_-:::=. l'to MOBILE NOME ; X31k \
was j.D. GriffIS. 'fI" .JOHN BROWN'S CENTERS \
the Raiford City Council =-'::;,:;=. ":.i_.M:row Box 230Hampton Rt tl BC.K? 2ArAiLawteya.1Ir '

7 not, held Tuesday night. June Absent were Councilmen'Lee ,i4 ? -: l: ,. + ,-.tS..2111." : 473.3775" = Ke : \\
Council Braillier. Jimmy Thorn-
Present
were
and ton, and Sid Taylor:
members Joyce Norman .
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** OBITUARIES **
4-H'ers Honored ,
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I John R.Devore Raiford, and 'E.W. 'Wilkerson

John Rockmore DeVore, 63, of Haoythorneone; sister,
I : In Awards Program ofLawtey died Friday, June 3, Mrs.Laura Griff is of Raiford;
i In Bradford County Hospital 12 grandchildren and five 'I

The annual 4-11 Awards Doll Waters, Hampton 4-H Commissioners. Randy following i an extended Illness. great grandchildren.
Born in Milton County, Ga., Funeral services were held
i Program was held Friday Club, was chosen to receivethe Handy Balkcom Michelle
Stilwell, Budd i Mr.Davis moved to Lawtey In Friday June 3. in the DeWittC.
Belanger and
: night, May 20, at the National outstanding food project 1951. He was retired from Jones Funeral Home
Tasha
Livingston received
i I Guard Armory In Starke. award. She was presentedwith 4-H with Rev. Leon T. i
DuPont and was a veteran of Chapel
camp scholarships.
250'4-H'ers, set of kitchen utensils
Approximately a
WW II and a member of the Odom officiating. Burial was
Harold Waters and
Latonya
their parents and leaders enjoyed from Foley Manufacturing dIIrsrr. Baptist Church. in Long Branch Cemeterynear
Johnson were chosen to
the covered dish supper. Company. repre- Maxville.
Over 200 awards were presented The Brooker 4-11 Club was sent Bradford County at the .1
to 4-H'ers for their presented with the Out Florida 4-H Citizenship Short Survivors include his :::::::::=:: :::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::.:::::::::;:: t
project work and over-all accomplishments standing 4-H Club Trophy. Course.
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in 4.H. This trophy will remain in Stacey Hayes was chosen to widow, Mrs. Pauline DeVoreof David Card Of Thanks |:
Lawtey two sons:
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| Tammy. Baldree of the Brooker until next year whenit attend the Short National 4-H DeVore of Lawtey and "- ........ .... ".....'....iI'.x..iI' I
Course in .
| Theressa 4 H Club and Harold will be rotated to the best Citizenship of Atlanta .$' *")::# iI' ;: "
Waters of the Hampton 4-Hi club for 197778. Washington. D.C. I 1 Johnnie DeVore Mrs. Linda;
i Club received the achieve Tammy Baldree was presented 4-H'ers receiving blue med- two Adkins daughters of Starke: and Miss More than you may know,
ment awards! for their accomplishments a scholarship to attend als for their project work are: 4 of and the remembrances, expressions
Teresa DeVore Lawtey,
1 BEEF: Jamie Whitehead, and good
this year. the Florida 4 H Teen Leader two of concern
I Leadership pins were presented Forum by Mrs. Hazel Paulk in Sharri Dobbs, Butch two sisters grandchildren: Mrs. Aline Jackson; of wishes helped lighten the

I to Latonya Johnson memory of her late husband, Faulkner, Carl Johns. .. -__. .. Starke and Mrs. Montine hours during and recent
from Starke and John Kings !Mr Dave Paulk. Jenecia BREADS: Doll Waters n' HMflB mHHMr4. nWhPr lwW HBbMH HBii BBwMllwBIHi Hm BHi HHI eE. Sargeant, both of Atlanta, and hospitalization speeded ,

i from Brooker. Bright was presented a Debbie Polk. live of six] top Bradford 4-11 award winners are (I-r1) Tammy Baldrre. Jenicla Bright. Harold two brothers: David W. my recovery. I am most
Jenecia Bright from Lawtey scholarship to attend the CHILD DEVELOPMENT: Waters, Stacey Hayes, and Latyona Renee Johnson. See story for details. Not pictured Is Doll DeVore and Frank DeVore, grateful.
and Stacey Hayes from Florida 4-H, Teen Leader Tina Baker. Waters! who won the outstanding food project award. both of Atlanta.Funeral Lucille T.Ivey
Brooker received the citizenship Forum on behalf of the Brad- CLOTHING: Janet Easely, ---
I awards!: ford County Board of County Lynne Waters, Robbin services were held

Stephens, Regina Rasnick. Stacey Hayes Re-Elected 4-H PresidentStacy Sunday afternoon, June 5.. in Words cannot adequately
DAIRY: Tammy!. Mann,
the chapel of Archer-Tanner express our deep appreclatonfor
I Randy BalKcom,. Steve Funeral Home with Rev the many kindnesses

I ? Douglass.DOG CARE Debra Hayes daughter of 26, held at the Community The Brooker 4-H Club is the James Starling officiating. shown us during Candy's
1FLLLE! ] Orlemann, Budd: Belanger. Mrs. W.H. Hayes of Brooker, Center. recipient of the Florida 4-H Burial was in Lawtey with illness and passing. Our
was re-elected president of the Other officers elected are Community Pride Grant Archer-Tanner Funeral Homein neighbors and friends have :
FOODS Jenecia
: Bright,
Waters. Brooker 4-H Club in the an- Mike Starling, vice-president; sponsored by Chevron USA. charge of arrangements. been so generous with their
LANDSCAPE NURSERY Lynne FOOD PRESERVATION: nual election Thursday, May Deborah Green, recording The 4-H Club received $100 to time,cards, flowers,food, and
Tasha secretary; Tammy Andrews, use on the Brooker Com prayers. Thank you!
Livingston.
4 Miles North Of Starke On U.S. 301 HORSE: Michelle Stilwell, corresponding secretary; Jill munity Center and has purchased Mrs.Rachel Nazworth Myrtice Dennis and Girls
Belinda Melson, Khandice Hayes re-elected treasurer, paneling for the inside Mrs. Rachel Wilkerson ---
t".. ONSATURDAYIUNE Stroud Randy Blankenship. Randy Starling, program of the building., Nazworth, 76, of Route 1 I
j ;. ,! (.. POULTRY: Cindy director; Michelle Stillwell, Starke, died Wednesday, June Our heartfelt thanks to all
11 Douglass Karen Thorpe. membership director; Drew -Martin Hunter, reporter 1, in the Jacksonville Con- our friends who extended
_- 'titti/ food, floral offering
: PUBLIC SPEAKING: Sandi Andrews, song leader; Brad valescent Center following along prayer, help
: Cox, chaplin; Martin Hunter, illness. comforting sympathy,
: Douglas.
We intend to introduce the and other of kindness
gifts
.. .( RABBITS reporter; Sandy Douglas Mrs. Nazworth was born in
: Cindy Douglass, Elks
I 5 i\ .t. Lisa Lynn. historian; Frank Andrews, Flag DaYCeremonie8, the Raiford area of Bradford during the illness and death of

,\ trade area to our business SWINE: Belinda Melson, recreation and party director; County, February 1, 1901 and our loved one. We are deeply
Sheila Starling fund raising had lived in Starke for 35 grateful
Terri Thomas, Randy Merritt,
director and Eddie Barnes The Winton Parrish Family
we by having ourFIRST Randy Balkcom. years. Mrs. Nazworth parents
and Pete Hodge, sergeantatarms. ---
VETERINARY SCIENCE: .were the late John Wilkerson
Mike Starling. Starke Elks Lodge 1802 and Lula Griffis. She was a Our heartfelt thanks to all
SALEsince VEGETABLE GAR- The Brooker 4-H Club wenton wllhave\ Flag Day member of Grace Baptist who extended comforting
DENING: Steve Douglass, .. a trip to Six Gun Territory, ceremonies at the Lodge on Church. sympathy and help in our
our opening Mark Griffith, Harold Waters. tr dwyaw. 'Saturday, May 28, and Sunday, June 12 at 2 p.m. Survivors include her hus- recent sorrow. For the
WILDLIFE CONSERVATION 'members'admissIon was paid band, Walter Taft Nazworth; beautiful service, floral of.
: Pat Buckholtz.WOODWORKING by the Bradford County 4-H All Elks and Elkettes are one daughter, Mrs. Blanche ferings, and other findnesses
: David Extension. urged attend The public is Lloyd of Oviedo, Fla.; three we are deeply grateful. :
25 % OFF Stone, Gene Joyner. Eddie Barnes won the invited. sons, Cary Nazworth and The Family of :
Over 125 red and white and Brooker outstanding 4-H'er Franklin Nazworth of Starke, Rachel Nazworth I
Stacy Hayes award and he will beable to There will be a special .
blue ribbons were given for go and Vinnon Nazworth of ---
4.11 President to the 4-H ca mp free. initiation meeting on Anderson S.C. two i
turned brothers
books in. ;
ALL PLANTS project We wish to thank our .
& TREES Monday, June 13 at 8 p.m. Rev. Maxie Wilkerson of many
friends and neighbors for their \
.
; acts of kindness during the '.
,1 With presentation of this advertisement recent death of our beloved 1
MEETING -----------------------
, MYOU COMMUNITY I husband and father, Leo t

.... .v. | BROOKER By Jeannette Prescott Trainor.
A special thank you to the
CAN EXPECT SAVINGS ON THESE brothers and sisters in Christat J
Bradford County residents are Church for
Calvary Baptist
by Jeanette Prescott potato chips were served. The Alton Nichols and mother,
PLANTS & MANY MORE: Phone 485-1715 students presented her a Mrs. Nellie Pringle, and the love shown during his
I invited to attend a meeting to hanging basket of flowers and sister, Emma. On their way illness bedside.and the hours spent by I
her last of home his
PATENTED ROSESBOXWOOD(4 cards. This was day they came by their and
Trainor
I' BABY SHOWER teaching this year, Thursday, cousin, Mrs. Ruby Williams Edna sons

I'' ( VARIETIES) discuss health issues in the area Mrs. Vicki Colson was June 2. She recently.Mrs.lost.her husband. Eddie, --- "
PERSONALS I want to express my appreciation -
I. honored with a Baby Shower, to in Brad \

VARIEGATED Tuesday June 14,. at 7:00: P.M. in given Brooker by Community friends at Center the, Mr. and Mrs. Ambus Ginn of Inus by Mr.Bazar Vincent accompanied ford white County for everyone the both kindnesses black and i

HYDRANGEA Laurens, S.C. visited their Bazar of Jacksonville
Tuesday, May 17, at 7:30: p.m. came
shown to me during my extended
/ the Bradford County Commission She received many useful cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Paul by the Paul Prescott's, when illness. (
LIVEOAK.PALMS gifts. Prescott and Johnny, Mon- they were in Brooker, to attend Issac William Hampton
day, May 2330. They: all went the wedding of Mr. and Better Known as
H I DOGWOOD. AZALEAi Chamber Courthouse Starke SURPRISE PARTY together to Lakeland Mrs. David Prescott, Friday, '"LittleCout'aaaaaaa
Saturday, May 28, and visited May 27.Mrs. .
FOLIAGE PLANTS Mrs.Ethel Douglas, teacheraid cousins, Mr. and Mrs. D.R. -
i was honored and very Minton, their children, Mr. Joyce Tetstone was in
Sponsored By The North Central pleased by a surprise party, and Mrs. James Carver, and Bradford County Hospital in
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! HANGING BASKETS ; given by Mrs. Scott's 5th children Jimmie, Kelley Starke from Friday. May 27 -
Florida Health Planning Council, Inc. Grade Reading Class to show and Quinton were visiting June 1. We're glad she's home
/ their appreciation for her help them also. and doing well.
during this year. Refresh- They all visited Mrs.
904-377-4404 ments of cake, cookies, and Prescott's sister's, Mr. and Please remember Mrs.
.. Mrs. Elton Watson, and Mrs. Maggie Hodge in prayer.
I, -n Watson and Ellen! and had In Rrnrlr/i r4County .
She's critical) ill *< Th a American eats 1/7
Y '- e a ver ag
Sunday dinner; with;I t them '; Hospital; i in Starke; ;; ton of cheese during i a lifetime.; i

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, Baptist Church will be attending -
United States will'meet in its from the Foreign Mission the sessions June 14-
: Annual Session at Kansas Board which has over 2600 16. representing his church
City, Mo. missionaries serving in 86 this year.
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Top honors for the Bradford Nine BUS graduates have won/in/ competition with other University in the fall on a
County High' School 1977 earned high honors with a high school seniors from Honor's Scholarship and plans
I graduating class go to grade point average of 3.5 or Georgia and Florida. She is to major either In education or
valedictorian Darla ,Jean better and 29 will graduatewith ,the first student from BHS to psychology, I
HONOR GRADUATES Christopher and co- honors requiring a grade win the scholarship. Miss Edwards has also beena HONOR GRADUATES
salutatorians Susan' Lynne point average of 3.0 or better. A member of the National member of the Science Club,'
Edwards and LeAnn
Nancy Spanish Club and a Teenage
Hildreth. Recipient of many awards, Honor Society, Darla was the Volunteer. She has been
Miss Christopher plans to vice-president of the dub in
president of the History Club .
Miss Christopher, daughter attend Harvard Universityand this year and was the .
of,Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. study criminology. She her sophomore year. She was treasurer last year. I
r JT ,Christopher of Starke, has received a, Harvard- also president of the Susan, 17, a member of the [, '!
maintained a 3.947 grade point Radcliffe National l Scholarship sophomore class and vice- Presbyterian Church choir ::( '
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average throughout her high Darla has also receiveda ,president of the Junior class. and likes swimming, drama .
school career,. Miss Edwards, $1,000 scholarship as the Among her high school and Is interested in animals, _.. .:
___ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. State Star Student 1976-77, a activities, Miss Christopherhas especially dogs. Salutatoriansrun I" :: !' :
William H. Edwards; of $1.500 scholarship as the State been a member of the' in the family, Cynthia :,:,\>
Kingsley Lake, and Miss General Mills Family Leaderof Spanish Club, Science Club' Susan's sister was the BHS co- ..:
Hildreth, daughter of Mr. and Tomorrow and the just Camera Club and president ofthe salutatorian last year. 4
Mrs. Herbert R. Hildreth of announced 1977 ITT Rayonier History Club as a junior. Miss Hildreth plans to attend 'S" .. .
I Kingsley Lake, are close Foundation Timber County the University of South .
behind with identical 3.921 Scholarship award winner. Miss Edwards will be attending Florida in the fall and pursuea
grade point averages. The $750 award Darla Florida State career in a field of medicine.A / to:
member of Who's Who ''. ,:,.
ry N4 ctr1; / Y' e_' ...... 1 Among American High School :i y
students Nancy Is a memberof
the National Honor Society
and a recipient of the
:;1 Emma Ann Allen Susan Carol Blalock Daughters Revolution Award.of the American Gina Lynn Brown Tina Leigh Brown i I

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Nancy, 17, was the overall
Science Fair winner for BHSin \
.... 1977 and received honorable
'mention in the State Science I
-- Fair, 1974-77. She is also a
4-_ member of the Science Club, II
: Future Business Leaders of
=' r- America, The Spanish Club I
:' '. 1S and Civinettes. I,
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'It.( a member of the History.
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Selected as the Teenage
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177 graduating class valedictorian Darla Christopher, left takes highest honors In the class
j 4 Keith Maxi. cart.r Thomas Levi Casey, lit with a 3.M7 grade point average. Susan Edwards, center, and Nancy Hildreth share the salu- running hobbies swimming Include, Pamela Jo Chapman Louis Franklin Crews 1\1\
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Sherry Elaine Koran L** Powellr.;;;;*. Thomas William Jackson James Mark! Susan Farlc Charles I** RevelDaniel- Lee R ici'id'" ]'
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Trail Ridge ready, grads, is one of the most \,
for a bright and memorable of all days. We Starke, Fla. Starke, Fla. :{I
with Grad- salute you.Class of 1977. '
join family 964.6567 {
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to an outstanding classof RALPHBRYAN 0

1977 GRADUATES- ,GEMJEWELRY graduates. GRIFFIS & SONS We're Truly i

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success and happiness. outstanding class. of leadershipand
Happy graduation daylOur I .
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tost wishes for Best wishes to all.
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i Top 4-H'ers Honored *. *, OBITUARIES **


John R.Devore Raiford, and E.W. Wilkersonof
John Rockmore DeVore, 63, Hawthorne; one' sister,
I 1 \( In Awards Program of Lawtey died Friday, June 3, Mrs. Laura Griffis of Raiford;
in Bradford County Hospital 12 grandchildren and five I
I following an extended illness. great grandchildren. :
The annual 4-H Awards Doll Waters, Hampton 4-H Commissioners. Randy
Funeral services held
Born in Milton County, Ga., were
I Program was held Friday Club, was chosen to receivethe Randy Balkcom Michelle .
Stilwell, Budd Belanger and Mr.Davis moved to Lawtey in Friday June 3, In the DeWitt
night. May 20, at the National outstanding food project
1951. He was retired from C. Jones Funeral Home "
Tasha Livingston received '
4-H
I Guard Armory in Starke. award. She was presentedwith ,
DuPont and was a veteran of Chapel with Rev. Leon T. i
4.U'ers.their set of kitchen utensils camp scholarships.
Approximately 250 a
Harold Waters and Latonya WW II and a member of the Odom officiating. Burial was
parents and leaders enjoyed from Foley Manufacturing
in Branch
Baptist Church. Long Cemetery
Johnson were chosen to "
the covered dish supper( Company. repre- Maxville. "
t Over 200 awards were presented The Brooker 4-H Club was sent Bradford County at the ., near .j

to 4-H'ers for their presented with the Out Florida 4-H Citizenship Short 11111, Survivors include his : :::$::: : :::: :::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::j' ,.l t, :
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project work and over-all accomplishments standing 411 Club Trophy. Course. T"t ,
I widow, Mrs. Pauline DeVoreof j.
in 4-11. This trophy will remain in Stacey Hayes was chosen to David r Card Of ThanksMore l
Lawtey; two sons:

I, Theressa Tammy 4-H Baldree Club and of Harold the Brooker will be until rotated next to year the whenit best attend Citizenship the Short National Course 4-H in Johnnie DeVore DeVore of Lawtey of Atlanta and; ;. .....N.N.... .".......,..............:.iI'.....:!.........."........................,..........iI' ':1'" I I'K" '

Waters of the Hampton 4-H club for 197778. Washington. D.C.4U'ers .e Mrs. Linda
two
daughters:
I Club received the achieve Tammy Baldree was pre- receiving blue med- Adkins of Starke and Miss than you may know, ,
ment awards for their accomplishments sented a scholarship to attend als for their project work are: Teresa DeVore of and: the remembrances, ex- ,
Lawtey,
I BEEF: Jamie Whitehead, and good :
this year. the Florida 4-H Teen Leader two pressions of concern
two grandchildren
I Leadership pins were pre Forum by!Mrs. Hazel Paulk in Sharrl Dobbs, Butch sisters: Mrs. Aline Jackson; of wishes during lighten the
rented to Latonya Johnson memory of her late husband, Faulkner, Carl Johns. '" A, Starke and Mrs. Montine hours my recent i I
from Starke and John Higgs !Mr Dave Paulk. Jenecia BREADS: Doll Waters, Sargeant, both of Atlanta, and hospitalization and speeded ..
from Brooker. Bright was presented a Debbie Polk. live of six top Bradford l 4.11 award winners are (l-r) Tammy Baldree Jenicla' Bright, Harold two brothers: David W. my recovery. I am most
Jenecia Bright from Lawteyand scholarship to attend the CHILD DEVELOPMENT: Waters Stacey' Hayes, and Latyona Renee' Johnson.,See story for details. Not pictured Is Doll DeVore and Frank DeVore, grateful.
Stacey Hayes from Florida 4-H Teen Leader Tina Baker. Waters who won the outstanding food project award. both of Atlanta. Lucille T. IveyS
Hrooker received the citizenship Forum on behalf of the Brad CLOTHING: Janet Easely a SWords "
I awards. ford County Board of County Lynne Waters, Robbin Funeral services were held

Stephens, Regina Rasnick. Stacey Hayes Re-Elected 4-H PresidentStacy Sunday afternoon, June 5. in cannot adequately .
DAIRY: Tammy Mann, '
the chapel of Archer-Tanner express our deep appreclaton
Randy Balkcom, Steve Funeral Home with Rev. for the many kindnesses ,

UillL ? Douglass.DOG CARE Debra Hayes daughter of 26, held at the Community The Brooker 4-H Club is the James Starling officiating. shown us during Candy's
'l mill Orlemann, Budd: Belanger. Mrs. W.H. Hayes of Brooker, Center. recipient of the Florida 4-H Burial was in Lawtey with Illness and passing. Our .I
was re-elected president of the Other officers elected are Community Pride Grant Archer-Tanner Funeral Home neighbors and friends have t
FOODS Jenecia
: Bright, Brooker 4-H Club in the an- Mike Starling, vice-president; sponsored by Chevron USA. in charge of arrangements. been so generous with their '
LANDSCAPE & NURSERY Lynne FOOD Waters.PRESERVATION: nual election Thursday, May Deborah Green, recording The 4-H Club received $100 to time,cards flowers,food, and
Tasha secretary; Tammy Andrews, use on the Brooker Com prayers. Thank you!
4 Miles North Of Starke On U.S. 301 HORSE Livingston.: Michelle Stilwell, corresponding secretary; Jill munity Center and has pur- Mrs Rachel Nazworth Myrtice Dennis and Girls ,
Belinda Melson Khandice Hayes, re-elected treasurer chased paneling for the insideof Mrs. Rachel Wilkerson ---
,'r ONSATURDAY Stroud Randy Blankenship. Randy Starling, program the building. Nazworth, 76, of Route 1 '
,1 director Michelle Stillwell Our heartfelt thanks to allour
I ; Starke died Wednesday, June
JUNE 11 POULTRY : Cindy membership director; Drew -Martin Hunter, reporter 1, In the Jacksonville Con friends who extended ;
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_. : Douglass PUBLIC, Karen SPEAKING Thorpe.: Sandi y1IStacy::: Andrews, song leader; Brad valescent Center following a prayer, help, food, floral offering : ',
., : Douglas. Cox, chaplin; Martin Hunter, long illness. comforting sympathy,
We intend to introduce the and other gifts of kindness
reporter; Sandy Douglas
Mrs. Nazworth born in
was
1 RABBITS: Cindy Douglass, Elks
s Lisa historian; Frank Andrews, Flag DayCeremonies the Raiford area of Bradford during the illness and death of
Lynn.
,. trade area to our business SWINE: Belinda Melson, recreation and party director; County, February 1, 1901 and our loved. one. We are deeply
Sheila Starling fundraising had lived in Starke for 35 grateful.The
Terri! Thomas, Randy Merritt,
: and Eddie Barnes Winton Parrish Family
director,
by having ourFIRST Randy Balkcom. years. Mrs. Nazworth parents
VETERINARY SCIENCE: and Pete Hodge, sergeant-at- were the late John Wilkersonand a-a
Mike Starling. arms. Starke Elks Lodge 1802 Lula Griffis. She was a Our heartfelt thanks to all
SALEsince GAR The Brooker 4-H Club wenton will have Flag Day member of Grace Baptist who extended comforting
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DENING: Steve Douglass, ..... '' '., ... _. ..... a trip to Six Gun Territory, ceremonies at the Lodge on Church. sympathy and help in our
our opening Mark Griffith Harold Waters. '4f 'Saturday, May 28, and'members' Sunday, June 12 at 2 p.m. Survivors include her hus- recent sorrow. For the
WILDLIFE CONSERVATION admission was paid band, Walter Taft Nazworth; beautiful service, floral offerings
-;-- by the Bradford County 4-H All Elks and Elkettes are other findnesseswe
: Pat Buckholtz.WOODWORKING ,, one daughter, Mrs. Blanche and
: David _. --- Extension. urged attend. The public Is Lloyd of Oviedo, Fla.; three are deeply grateful. ;
25 % OFF Stone, Gene Joyner. -- Eddie Barnes won the Invited. sons Cary Nazworth and The Family of
Over 125 red and white and Brooker outstanding 4H'eraward Franklin Nazworth of Starke, Rachel Nazworth
Hayes and he will be able to There will be a special
blue ribbons were given for President go and Vinnon Nazworth of a a aWe
t 4-H to the 4-H camp free. initiation meeting on Anderson, S.C. two
brothers
f books turned in. ;
i ALL PLANTS & TREES project Monday, June 13 at 8 p.m. Rev. Maxie Wilkerson of wish to thank our many ,
friends and neighbors for their '
\1 acts of kindness during the

f With presentation of this advertisement ,-----------------___________- recent death of our beloved
, a-tA COMMUNITY MEETING I I husband and father, Leo
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....", I | BROOKER By Jeannette Prescott j Trainor
I A special thank you to I the
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YOU CAN EXPECT SAVINGS ON THESE brothers' an U slaters. in Chri s t
Bradford County residents are Church for '
at Calvary Baptist
by Jeanette Prescott potato chips were served. The Alton Nichols and mother. 'I'
PLANTS & MANY MORE: Phone 485-1715 students presented her a Mrs. Nellie Pringle and the love shown during his '
I invited to attend a meeting to hanging basket of flowers and sister, Emma. On their way illness and the hours spent by )
her last of home his bedside.
PATENTED cards. This was day they came by their
ROSESBOXWOOD(4
I BABY SHOWER teaching this year, Thursday cousin, Mrs. Ruby Williams.She Edna Trainor and sons ;

; ( VARIETIES) discuss health issues in the area Mrs. Vicki Colson was June 2. PERSONALS recently.Mrs.lost.her husband. Eddie, want a to a express a my appreciation I

honored with a Baby Shower,
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to in

'r:', VARIEGATED HYDRANGEA Tuesday June 14,. at 7:00: P.M. in given Brooker by Community friends at Center the, Mr.and Mrs. Ambus Ginn of companied. Inus by Mr.Bazar Vincent, ac- white County for everyone the both kindnesses black and I'

Laurens, S.C. visited their of Jacksonville
Bazar
Tuesday, May 17, at 7:30: p.m. came
the Bradford County Commission She received many useful cousins, Mr. and Mrs Paul by the Paul Prescott's, when shown tended to illness.me during my ex(1 I(
LIVE OAK. PALMS gifts. Prescott and Johnny, Monday they were in Brooker, to attend Issac William Hampton
May 2330. They all went the wedding of Mr. and Better Known \J

I DOGWOOD AZALEA Chamber Courthouse Starke SURPRISE PARTY together to Lakeland Mrs. David Prescott, Friday, ."Little Cout"
Saturday May 28, and visited May 27
FOLIAGE Mrs. Ethel Douglas, teacheraid cousins, Mr. and Mrs. D.R. --------
, PLANTS was honored and very !Minton, their children, Mr. Mrs. Joyce Tetstone was in
,,.I Sponsored By The North Central pleased by a surprise party, and Mrs. James Carver, and Bradford County Hospital in
! HANGING BASKETS ; given by Mrs. Scott's 5th children Jimmie, Kelley Starke from Friday. May 27 -
Florida Health Planning Council, Inc. Grade Reading Class to show and Quinton were visiting June 1. We're glad she's home
f their appreciation for her help them also. and doing well.
during this year. Refresh They all visited Mrs.
904-377-4404 ments of cake, cookies, and Prescott's sister's, Mr. and Please remember Mrs.
!Mrs. Elton Watson, and Mrs. Maggie Hodge in prayer.
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Watson and Ellen and had She's critically ill in Bradford The average American eats 1/2
Sunday dinner with them. County Hospital in Starke. ton of cheese during a lifetime.
They visited Mr. and Mrs.
Bradford Printers

IPDon't I Rev. Ben Bryant To Attend Convention I

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work of cooperative significant items on the
which report to this program.Rev. .

, Mo.'I annually., Reports Bryant, pastor of First
Baptist Church will be attending -
the Foreign Mission the sessions June 14-
, which has over 2600 16 representing his church
Print City, serving in 86 this year.




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Top honors for the Bradford Nine BUS graduates have won,,in competition with other University in the fall on a
County High' School 1977 earned high honors with a high school seniors from Honor's Scholarship and plans
graduating class go to grade point average of 3.5 or Georgia and Florida. She is to major either in education or
I valedictorian Darla ,Jean better and 29 will graduatewith the first student from BHS to psychology
HONOR GRADUATES Christopher and co- honors,requiring a grade win the scholarship. Miss Edwards has also beena HONOR GRADUATES
salutatorians Susan'' Lynne point average of 3.0 or better. A member of the National member of the Science Club,'
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Nancy Spanish Club and a Teenage
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Hildreth. 'Recipient of many awards Volunteer. She has been

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Miss Christopher; daughter attend Harvard University this year and was the
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. and study criminology. She ner sophomore year. She was treasurer last year.
I Christopher of Starke, has received a Harvard-, also president of the Susan, 17, a member of the
maintained a 3.947 grade point Radcliffe National l Scholar- sophomore class and vice- Presbyterian Church choir
average throughout her high ship Darla has also receiveda 'president of the junior class. and likes swimming drama
school: career,. Miss Edwards, $1,000 scholarship as the Among her high school and Is Interested in animals,
"""'. ; .. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. State Star Student 1975-77 a activities, Miss Christopherhas especially dogs. Salutatoriansrun
William. H. Edwards of $1,500 scholarship as the State been a member of the' in the family, Cynthia,
Wi; : ): Kingsiey /Lake, and Miss General Mills Family Leaderof Spanish Club, Science Club'ofthe Susan's sister was the BHS co-
Hildreth daughter of Mr. and Tomorrow and the just Camera Club and president salutatorian last
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Tonya Patrick will spend the rest of her life lose all his friends when he Danny Craig will becomethe -Tr-r Class of( 77
Done AWere still be seen riding her bicycleto striving to grow up. resides to eating 'stale an- principal at BUS. our
the Lawtey Correctional Mary Lee Geiger will still be chovies and onions. Donald Hamilton will have a "
Institution at the age of 92 to trying to finish her bookkeeping Donna Kay !Moore will lucrative business selling very best wishes.COMMUNITY ,
catch a glimpse of !Mark. packet at our 10 year establish her own course in candy kisses, after going
Wanda Gail Shuford cen- reunion. shorthand, which requires no bankrupt\ trying to give the .1
turies later will still be heard Darla Jean Christopher at dictation. other kind away .
talking about her one year of the age of 21, she will have Kathy Marie Teston will Margaret Diane Davis will
cheerleading. wiped all of the scholarship become well-known by using become wealthy and famous
I Sharon Joy Crosby will havea funds out -* into her pocket. her business skills and know after writing and publishing
I ( switchboard installed in her Jimmie William Clark, Jr, ledge and David's muscles to her book entitled How To ii
/ I bathroom so she won't miss will hit it big in Hollywood, by be Lawtey's No. 1 Bookie. liaise 19 Kids Without Losing
(' / : .out on-spreading any gossip. taking singing lessons. from, Steven Earnest will make That Davis Smile. I II
Emma; Ann Allen -wm be Edith Bunker II in show
\ C.. \. I. ( ; : big money business Frankie Crews will be'' the
/ ... I seen many years later I riding Lucy. Bradley and Roger, as Dr. Spock's Understudy. Inventor of the Frank-
as mascot on Starke's fire Barnett will fly the friendly Erma Lynn Moxley McMuffin: containing a frankfurter
proud of you engine, carrying her type- skies of United Airlines. graduated first in '77, but is and whatever else may -
writer. Nancy LeAnn Hildreth will still at Sant Fe trying to pass be handy at the moment
and hope success Samuel Dean Brown will be the first to bring home to the 1990 entrance exam. Jay !Mac Godwin will retire
follow in Joe Namath's foot Kingsley Lake a gold metal James Lee Livingston will at the age of 65 as a toothbrush
will be in steps-advertising panty from the Olympics, for the 15 establish the "Bradford High salesman.
yours hose. mile dash. Humility Award" and presentit Erie Robert Biggs will be
all the days ahead.DIANE'S Dana Suzanne Dyal will Arnnie Rynia Gibson will, to himself the first year the first JapaneseAmericangarbage
Anthony Jerome Franklinwill collector in Starke I
be institutionalized after Laurie Ellen George will bea I Ii i
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cool, and sophisticated as he, assistant chorus teacher.
.K thinks he is. Karen Lee Powell most
Lisa Kathleen Mitchell will likes to become Dwight
be the cause of bankruptcy of Ilewitt.
;:IJ Register Oil Company be- Dwight Cecil Hewitt most STATE BANKOf
cause of the cost of gas for likely to become Karen
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Karen Denise Howe will be Brian.
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Ruby fired by Hardee's for strikinga Eoline; Green will walk the
Jim Eloise customer with her baton. streets of the world in searchfor 114 W. Madison St.
0Z Robbin Kathleen Hood will a middle name.
return to Sherwood Forest Thomas Levi Casey will
138 N. Water St. Starke Fla. O with her merry man. change his name to "Buck 964.7830
John David Samons will be Jackson" so as to be heir to
964.8502 } .I, C the Pillsbury winner of the the Jackson Building Supply
cupcake bake-off. Empire.
u- Gina and Tina Brown will be Pamela Kay Tucker and
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r- Many wordsof the owners of a fruit plant- Chuck Register will be the
praise have ation which raises pairs. cause of the common red
Danny Jones will be seen headed, blind kid syndrome. I
been written weekly in the Barnum & James Thomas Prevatt will /
I Bailey sideshow as the 5,000 reside at 513 North Walnut
I) 1 -t about the Class We Congratulate You! lb. man. Street for the remainder of his
: Pamela Jo Chapman after uneventful life.
of
1977.
her seventh divorce will Jackson Prevatt will be the
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SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS of 1977 for a recordof strive to achieve. to record many fine project great things
great achievement. achievement Good luck I from the Class of 1977.

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1977 Graduating Class Last WillAnd TestamentsI ,



Deborah Lucille Bradley leave to Mr. Miller's future I,Todd A.Schmidt, being of sound body and sometimes mind, I, Eollne Green, being of unstable mind and broken body leave softball learn I leave, my family Mrs Reddish, Mrs. Jaskins
students all my text books with the correct answers written on leave to Mr. Cassels a few hairs from my next hair cut to make a the Annual Staff and Mr. Hall in the hands of Christy Redding. I and all the rest of my teachers and friends a lot of joy and
each page along with the Immortal ensignia of "Roger loves rug and another year of "Seniortis.'f! also leave the school in the hands of Diane Crews and Denise happiness. I leave to all the seniors in years to come ul HIIS ,t
Lucy To Miss Smith's future students I leave this word of I,Diane Davis being of feeble mind and weary body do hereby Gissy who will probably completely destroy it and all the case of scnioritis and the feeling of wanting lo pet out of st-linnf.
advice, Never join the U.S. Air Force! !II! leave to Mrs. Harrington my unfinished shorthand notebook, to teachers before their senior year is over. I leave Nelson Greenin and at last 1 leave BHS.I. .
I, Teresa Katheryn Spivey being of sound mind and body do Mrs. Register all my uncorrected business letters, to Mrs. the hands of Mr. Miller, so that Nelson may run Mr. Miller I I. Gwendolyn Savage, will all my knowledge to the uriilivilnKs +
hereby leave to Mrs. Register three years of used typewriter Shuford all the untyped bulletins of BUS and last but not least to batty since I didn't quite succeed. Lastly I leave BIIS regretfully at BIIS that with this knowledge they may succeed l in life. j
erasers.To Mr. Reddish I leave my broken fingernails that I got Mrs Patterson, Mrs. Redding, and Mrs. Prevail I leave abso- "Later"I.
while using the adding machines. To Mrs. Madden I jjjst leave lutely nothing! I I. Lynn Moxley leave to Mrs. Register all typing papers to Sherrl I Chandler being of sound mind, leave to the nuclei1- a
for good!!11 I II 1 I.Janice Slocum leave to Esau Bright all the best years of my grade.and hope that she finishes them before 19\ Kim Tenly leave to Bradford FFA in capable hands of Mr. life with him and all the success he may need in the coming I, Rhonda Bennett being of crazy mind and lots of body (in I I. Steven Camfbelileave to Carolyn, Nicey, David Joel) and ;#
Hutchins and the Seniors coming up.I future. Best of luck to a kind and sweet and gentle person with my hair), leave to Vickie L Norman my KNACK of staying Teresa the ." I leave to Teresa, Sobie Maine: ,
Cassandra Johnson leave Terri Parrish my correct use of my cares and thoughts. (May God Bless You) single, and my fantastic penmenship for signing all her skip and Suzanne luck in finishing/( school. To Cindy B, and Diana 1). f
the English language To Betty Hudson I leave my ability to be a I, Robin Hood leave a note of interest to the Seniors of 1977.78 notes. To all the underclassmen I leave all the good luck for leave and take some wonderful memories of giiod times lo
good sport and to Emma Murphy I leave my athletic skills to please,please order your buses for trips (Greyhound not school skipping and not getting caught. Last but not least I fully leave Karen I leave my Iriendshipund love: To BIISI I give my divorce:
keep girl sports alive. buses) before that last minute. The school buses tend to be very Ole HI IS with one regret, I'll miss my friends. papers.To my friend Debbie I leave my love und friendship and
I, Rochelle Jenkins leave to the remaining students at B.H.S. uncomfortable for such long drives. Be sure and order early. I, Pat Rowe being of sound mind and fine body, leave to all the previous memories, and I lake with me what I have learned (? I.
my ability to strive for the best. I, Susan Lynne Edwards, leave to my cousin, Bessie Yawn, underclassmen of BUS the books and the teachers. To Mimi To the"cool" people I leave( my hopes to the others" my pity. To j
I, Sheryl Sapp leave to my underclassmen Jimmy Sapp all the my sincere hope that she will carry on the family tradition at Scott and Karen Mathis I leave all the good looking dudes that ALL Stmiors--Gutid luck! I take for myself my grace of mind.
gummed seats, 3 legged chairs, and the yellow dogs of high BUS (whatever that Is). To Media Specialist Scott, I leave our went to BUS during the year 1976-77 To Rochell Jenkins I leave On the lighter side of things I leave a feather to Mrs. Redding for
school. favorite table and all the blessed silence she can endure, and to my French accent To my sister Tonya I leave all the money. I floating uroundlhc! oil I ice. To S.M. I leave trash can. to Dan I
We, Kathy Teston and Tonya Patrick, leave to the B.H.S. Mr. Miller's future students, I leave his empty shell not that we owe hero nd last but not least I leave BHS with no regrets. leave the immortal uords "I mean" to anyone uho wants! it I
Business Dept. all of our USED typing paper, shorthand pads, have drained everything out of him. As for my dog stories, I I. Pennirae Hunt being of sound mind and body, leave to Mrs. leave ltradlordCounty. Brenda S. leave :Slrs.Dey'sllislory G
accounting books and ERASERS to be disposed of at your dis- leave them to anyone who will listen to them Hallman all of the Spanish dialogues, to Mr. Adkinson I leave all ('la K. To Mrs. Shuford und Mrs. Patterson I leave I ho front)
cretion! I,John Riggs, leave to the underclassmen at BUS a fantastic the scratch paper, to Mrs. Hansen I leave my music box, and to office so they can discuss their plans for the weekend. To the
I, Sharon Crosby being the Captain of our Cheerleading cafeteria with food fit for a gourmet. To the teachers I leave one the Drama class I leave the infamous line"Let me, let me." chairs in the front office leave my end impression. x
Squad, leave all my school spirit and all my uniforms to Vick of the smoothest running administrations that they ever worked I I. Donald D. Hamilton Jr. here due by grant my permission of I I. Beth Davis do hereby leave Coach Adkinson my favorite
Slick-Norman. for, "I urn sure"To Mr. Cassels and Coach Hurse I leave each submission to prize possessions of the 1977. To Jeannie 'piu'king place on the corner of 301 and Alkins Street Included in
I Helen Lee leave to BHS my skills and knowledge of learningand other. To the few men left at BIIS I would leave my modesty but Sapp, I w ill my my Coors Party glass, it has seen year some good times, that is! all I the rubber I lien on the curb. My Senior hultom. I leave 1
being a good student. haven't been able to find it for several years.I s>o take care of it babe. To Melinda Mallery, I will my ability to lo the lira' person that finds it with a dab of Klnier's since the
I Sandra DeSue, leave to BUS all my bad times (that I shared crash into McDonald's trash cans. To the entire 5th period math pin loll elf of it. To the entire Junior Class I It-live my "Seniors' ;
there and carry my good times in memory with me always. I I. Nancy Hildreth a proud senior of the Class of "77" leave a class goes my life-saving calculator To Christie Jean Redding I are ;No.: |I" sign that is hanging in Coach Adkinson's room. I However
I Gwen Zack, leave the privilege of Homecoming Queen to complete set of babv teeth to Miss Smith, and an incomplete set will my encounters in Nichols Alley; along with the "wet T-shirt In-fore I hey can use it next year, they will h.Itn change
Brenda Prevatt or Vic-the-Slick-Norman. I give many thanks to of permanent teeth to Mr. McGriff. 1 also leave to Ms. Smith the contest. To the class of "7B" goes my fake hall passes, keys to the No. 11 o No. 2.1 leave Mrs.Redding a IIl'I1 1 Imok of Into slips! io ,( '
Bradford High School for this honor in becoming Homecoming remainder of my dissected rabbit. Petunia, not left by Dana all the gates, and a wide variety of excuses for absences and replace the one I used up this year. To Chuck Register and John
Queen this year Dyal. Finally for all the students of BIIS I leave a smile, for it tardiness. To Gail Crawford and Darlene Griffis goes my Cooper (ins co-workers) I leave my title of "Head Money
I Susan Ebling, being of sound mind and body leave my abilityfor can make each day a little more pleasant. boogie-shoes, along with the fake dance steps. To (Freddie Collector" since Chuck did such a good jot| the one time he
skipping and not getting caught to Gail Crawford. To the I I. Pam Tucker of sound mind, I think, leave to Janice Jockei Boom-Boom Stephens goes my ability to bull-skate all the -howed up to help me collect. I leave Mr. Miller a copy of this
whole Senior Class of "78" I leave the pain and drudgery of 180 all my dead tennis balls and enough of my craziness to keep both teachers, but Ms. Sandy Smith. Finally to BUS and Faculty goes "Last Will Testament" so he correct all my lirammatical
more school days.I tennis teams going. To Matthew Box I leave one package of my sincere thanks for a successful year, full of fine memories. errors. And last of all just for the record I leave\ : behind al BUS
Dana Dyal, being of sound mind and a bruised body do here- "Big Red" chewing gum and all of its wrappers to Chuck 1 I. Pam Chapman leave Coach Adkinson a little peace and many good times, and lake with\ m<' m.-inv unforgettable\
by leave the annual staff all the broken croppers. I also leave Register. To Mr. McGriff I leave a book with a million and one quiet-finally. I leave Mrs. Register all the typewriters I broke memories. s
Ms. Smith my dissected rabbit, Petunia. To Greg Alvarez all my Science Project ideas. To Mr. Adkinson, I leave a book of good and finally I leave to my fat brother AI, no more free rides to sI
bruises I got from catching.. And last but not least I leave Bradford jokes to replace the bad ones. And last but not least, I leave to school.I. .

High School. Mr.Anderson a speed reading and comprehension course, so he Lynn Pierce leave to Melba Howard the pain, agony and the Class Prophecy......... 1.
Judy Stephens, with crazy mind and sound body do here- can do absentees as fast as Mrs. Redding. thrill of Victory to all the girls in Cross Country and Tennis. Also
all
by leave Mike Reddish the Recordkeeping I never turned in I, Karen Powell leave my super intellectual, scientific know I leave in my place, to BHS. my brother "Good Luck Teachers! receive a bonus clause in his Homecoming Queen Crown "
and all the days I missed. I also leave the underclassmen 180 ledge to !Ms. Smith and Mr. McGriff to distribute it to deserving I I. Mark Sapp, being of Perverted mind leave "Daddy Dean" contract for being ii. water :Mystery (She had it.)
days of miserable school which I no longer have to attend. individuals. There is plenty to go around. with no lirst Trumpet players for next year.I boy Kelli VUialey will own and
I Donna Thornton, with a crazy mind and a sound proof body I, Ann Allen being of sound mind and dilapidated body leave toMr. I, Jay Godwin leave to Mr. Miller and his 1977.78 math class Jeffrey Jockel will complete operate a cotton plantation. "I'
do hereby leave Mike Reddish all the adding machines that will : Adkinson (Daddy Coach), all his cigarettes I hid from him Chuck Register and some hair for Miller's head. And finally I a 180 degree turn in his life to Linda Sue Jones will retire
wear out your bony fingers. Also all the recordkeeping books I in the wall sockets, among other places in the Math office whileI leave BUS to Jana and Jefferey, and a six-pack to Big'un.I. win the Novel Peace Prize of at the ago of !till i to the TG&Y ,
had to tote to class everyday I was supposed to be grading papers. I leave to Mrs. Hallman all .. Anthony J. Franklin, hereby leave to all the teachers at BHS 1SWO.! (tidl-'olksllumcallt'rKIye) I rs ;
I, Linda Settles leave my height to Belinda Kilby hoping one the rats in the attic of her room which occasionally seemed.l to an 'easier time next \'ear. And I also leave to the underclass Keith 'Maxie Carter your of' devoted service.
day it will amount to something. I also leave the guts from my drop in unexpectedly. I leave Mrs. Register my favorite typewriter young men at BIIS all the conquered. and unconquered girls left guess is as good as ours. Susan Lynne Edwards will "
rabbit Alberta, to Wanda Jackson hoping she'll be able to get which only had two keys that stuck. I also leave to Kathy by "The Kid." Patricia Lynn Pierce will be be the Kinsley\ Lake dogcatcher I i';'I'I
them off !Ms. Smith's walls. Taylor my senior button if she can find it. It's somewhere be- I. James Lee Livingson. leave my good looks and the deskswrote I in the Guiness Book uf for :w) >ears and then I
I I. Gayle Shuford leave to Bradford High, all the dumb things I tween BHS and McDonalds. Last but not least I leave all the on to the Junior class. I leave my height to Randy Reddish Records for being the I first 87 will retire and live in 11 f.f.hl'
did as a Varsity Cheerleader on the football field, during games goal times 1 had at BHS in my mind, and all the bad grades in and Chub Johnson, to be divided equally. 1 leave my modestyand year old to win the Lawtey kennel I the rest of her life. :
!and pep rallies.! the garbage can. humbleness to the Sophomore class (they'll need ill), and I Invitational Tennis Tour \\0-

leave my Charles Atlas Body Building Course and fantastic! nament. (She was the only Krciula Kay; Koborts will he
I genius to the Freshman class. entrant..) the cause ol J. Godwin's heart
Legal; Maneuvering; Continues In Suit Against.; School Board 1 I. John Lewis, being of sound body leave Bradlord High Jack Parrish will own RedMan attack when she finally gets a
-- -- School to someone who can get more use from it than I did. I Inc. by the age of 25. punch line to II joke.
Legal maneuvering continued from Tallahassee. cases in Bradford County of the writ of mandamus, leave Ms. Smith my rabbit. 1 leave Mr. Miller some red hair, I Todd Schmidt will be one of Carl W. Torodi- ill have ar:
!Monday May 23, in a Judge Tench told Wolbert if beginning in July and he commands the detending leave the students Thankfully. Starke's leading pulpwooders.Linda cent rides'around :McDonald's!
hearing before Circuit Court he was going to make a motionto (Tench) wants to leave the party (the school board) to I I. Kick Holtzendorf leavi- gladly. Settles will dress nn (Friday find Saturday( nights!\ ::
Judge Benjamin M. Tench quash the alternative writto "package neatly put either perform the duty I I. Carol Ann Hall being of sound mind and body leave my rabbits as an occupation.Gwen lo keep irom starving. .
when the attorney for superintendent tell Vossler bv nhnnp Anti together" for'him as Carlisle alleged by the petitioner iibilily to do absentees to Gail Crawford, Tressie Baldree. and Zack will be the main finds I'.oth; la\is will I lieTlicrcs'sa's
of schools Tom not waste (the time of the will probably be the judge,,to (Casey,) or show why the Michael\ Davis.) I leave my ability to play softball to the girl's clue in solving the lost (town' drunk. !;
Casey asked the school board court. decide the issue. Judge Tench defending party should not .l
members be directed to state School board members have will ride the circuit in Union perform the duly. Vossler will :
cause for rejecting Charles said they have not taken and Baker counties. ask the board for specifics be-
Francis as principal at Bradford Casey joined the suit after "
High School. "final action" on Francis' the school board rejected his yond professional qualifications I I
School board attorney Jesse nomination meaning they second nomination of Francis for rejecting Francis. \
Wolbert was chided by Judge have not heard the recom- board in a 3-2 vote. The Vossler charged the school b1'ACCOUNTAHi' I
Bemmont Tench after mendation a third time, as rejected the original board has been"dilatory: and .t!
Wolbert stated he had "no-: Florida\ Jaw ..requires. The recommendation in Januaryby "has taken upon itself to do a&". ,
objection to the issuance of school board has a special the same 3-2 vote. Voting to they please." .
alternative writ," which will meeting June 6 and a regular reject Francis were Arthur Casey attended the hearing FILE'i
ask! the board for specifics for meeting June 20. Gaskins, J.T. Parrish and !Monday, Francis, is \
not granting Francis the BUS Both attorneys told Tench recovering from heart sur-
post. Tench told Wolbert there would probably be a Vernon Parmenter, while Pat gery and did not attend the LEDGER SHEETS CABINETS
Monday's procedures could consolidation of both cases Spengler and Arthur Holliday hearing. Bryan T. Hayes, I i iI
have been done by telephone into one. Tench told the attorneys voted for him to assume the representing (Francis would Ii
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rather than Robert Vossler. that Judge Wayne principalship.The join Vossler to defend the ,
Casey's attorney, coming Carlisle would be handling the alternative writ, a part consolidated case.



I COMMUNITY NEWS For Your ConvenienceOur

by KliiabelhG. Walker Senior I Choir rehearsal I ;
I'hone95l-6683 Thursday ntrrht RtKIrt Study*
Sales Person
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DKLI.CIIAI'TKKIKHO.K.S.) : : County School Board for the a m., Evening Worship 7:30: ; Friday 'lg.tjtEh -
new Palatka High School. !Monday Prayer Band hearsal; Saturday night Tiny
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: :Mrs. Palmer has served as a Meeting, 7:30: ; (Friday, Bible Tot rehearsal. Sunday School Will Call Upon You.

The regular meeting of the teacher of Biology and Botany Study, 7:30: ; Sunday 5:30: 9:30: : Morning Worship 11 I.
a.m. Ms. Gwendolyn CuCCeespeakt'r.
Schoolfor ;
South IIVPU.
at Palatka High
Thursday Eastern: Star night will June he 9,8 p.m.held the past six years. Pleasant Grove- Every Dinner will be served If You Need An Item Before
1 p.m. The Home Mission will
in the Masonic Hall on Mrs. Palmer is the daughterof first and second Monday night PENS-
Brow nice Street. All membersare Rev and Mrs Daniel 7:30.: Young Adult Choir rehearsal he in charge 6 p.m.
asked to attend. Bright of Law ley. She attended ; Each Tuesday night Greatl'r1Il'n Chapel- Our Representative Gets
Tuesday night Prayer
C.C. Anderson High! Young Choir rehearsal;
School, Law tey, and Wednesday night Prayer Meeting and Class Meeting
nllnllOUS'EJ: : )
graduated from Bradford Meeting; Thursday night combined; Sunday School 10 There & REFILLS '
High School in 1966. Mrs. Bible Study. a.m.; Morning Worship 11a.m. t 'I
:Mr. and !Mrs. Bobby L. :
with the Junior Church
Palmer received the Bachelorof :Mt. Moriah Tuesday
Hampton announce the birth serving. The auxiliaries of the Call 964-5764
from Edward 7:30 Sunday
of a daughter, Katina Denise, Science Degree Prayer Meeting : ;
church will sell dinners from I
Waters College. School 9:30: ; Children's Day
June 2 at Alachua
hoin
Jacksonville; and her Masters program II a.m.; 3 p.m. the the kitchen the cooperation of '
General. Maternal grandparents -
A&M Stewards will the members is needed for
Florida Communion
I Mr and Mrs. Albert Degree University from Tallahassee.She worship with Antioch; success An Inspirational And We Will Deliver
Tyson Sr.; paternal grand- is married to Edward C. Stewardess Anniversary Service will be given by the Quickly I 'i
Mr. and !Mrs.
parents Hampton.are Palmer who is also employedby Sunday 3 p.m.Aiitioch Young Adult Choir at four OFFICE
Gary
the Putnam County School ;Missionary o'clock Sunday. June 12
Board, and they have one son. Haptist, Thursday night Speaker for the occasion is r
Entree I. Palmer Prayer Meeting 8 p.m. ; Rev. Japan Ruise of San- "
Sunday School 10 a.m.; II derson Fla.Macedonia. FURNITURE
CHURCH NEWS a m.3 p.m. anniversary (for : Freewill PAPERPRODUCTS
the Deacon Deaconesses, and 1I.pClstWednesday Prayer
St. John Missionary- Ushers and the speaker will be Meeting and Bible Class; :
Monday noon Prayer Band Mrs. Mary Lee. Sunday School 10 a.m. : II
meeting: Wednesday 6:30: :New Hope-Sunday School Morning Worship 11 a.m.:
Meeting and Bible t 10() a.m.; Morning Worship 11: Evening Service 5 p.m. You \ !
Study combined: Thursdayand Children Day program 3 p.m.; are invited to come and
Saturday before the first Rev! C.C. Henderson from worship with us;

I and second Sunday and fourth Hawthorne will preach. 'j' .
Sunday Choir rehearsal 7 Everyone: is invited to at lend. \\ !'
i p.m. ; Conference Friday Ml. Zion A.M.K. Church- I I'
night before each fourth Sunday School 10 a.m.; 11 ;NI %111 =INtill .::,
School a.m. Lovefeast Service 4 '
Sunday, 7:30: ; Sunday ;
10 a.m., Church Service 11 p.m. Communion service. t'ORSALE'NAILS' '!

a.m. and 3 p.m. second and First Born Church- \\ 1
fourth Sunday; Women's Day Tuesday night 7:45: p.m f
will be July 24. Prayer Service; Friday night I1 ll, *!8oe
1F Sunday School students of Tarrying Service; 10:30: a.m.
St. John Church will travel toBitler's Sunday School; 11:30: Morning 0* b..usl AsalisM.

:Mary Bright Palmer Beach June 18. Worship; 6 p.m. Y.P.C.W.; \\ _
Visitors are always welcome. Evening Worship 7:45. COPPER WIRE W15 0( GJf'ilII1 LaLQ :

Mrs Mary Bright Palmerhas God's Miracle and Greater Bethlehem, n-I Wltll .,.... I
been appointed Dean of Deliverance Sunday School Tuesday night Prayer t' ftt R. \\ TheShop '
Students by the ; Meeting; Wednesday night1It..IIIl.llll.llll..IIIl.JII..III..III. aJill(1 (!JGJ0WIJGJ I ( ( 4I : '

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PutnamSERVICEMEN Not .,... ,. ..
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Cooper Part & .n. .. 25"I'
team'members Include
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Trophy Winning Ohio Captain m ....iw.M i.< w v YVYVifyyvPresented Rockwell International i = Office ;

Robert Dayton L. Cooper whose since General Company Electric AIL ,Division the Boeing of AIR CONDITIONER ( ] ( (LLLEELL :
annually
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and!Mr. and Mrs.
.
Barents Cutler-Hammer and more .WI. T'-f wt 45S'UTILITY .
Starke is a 1912 by the National
of Rt 3.
Cooper member of the Air Force- Aeronautic Association, the than ,3,000 and other sub- (!J ( M ( \
industry team selected to Collier Troph I is, awarded for contractors suppliers. SHEDS :
by the Air
recieve the 1976\ Robert J, the greatest achievement In Force Being developed to modernize its lilt ..lt.."rf (Is
for successfully aeronautics or astronautics in
Collier Trophy and strategic bomber force the B- Ii11f.r/ c...., 6IO"
America. \.
: producing "
is to enter the Air
1 expected
demonstrating the B-l Selected 'by a committee ,
Force Inventory in mid-1979. 'U.'III'. SUPPLIES.. 1t
Bomber. of 28 distinguished
Strategic consisting ,, ,
Is a staff aerospace leaders and Captain.Cooper: ,,a 1958 high __. .

development engineer with authorities, the B-l programwas school graduate" received his FORMICA 'ITS .
the B-l Joint Test Force at honored for having "metor graduation commission. from III 1971 Officer upon 964-5764 I j
Edwards AFB. Calif. His exceeded 'all mission .
is responsible for during the strict Training School-LacklandAFB. Oil*' M,.llt N,.,
organization requirements 110 W. Call St Starke Florid: :
Tex. He earned his M.S.
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maintenance and flight ground and flight schedule degree in 1972 '.at Auburn Ivy It* V. HII. ,.... ro ...
testing of the three B-l during the Bicentennial. : .14(1
(Ala.) University.
prototype aircraft Year. f -\



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I,;: NOTICE held on Tuesday, June 28,.1977 Florida Statutes, notice is oiame, Fla. ;utJ91, ?Intends' to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, ... '4"s BE3i.TZT1E9AIR : : : : .
at 7:30: p.m., In the County hereby 'given that the under. register said fictitious name EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF .. ,
I Alden C. Morrow has made under PARK feAPTIST:>;# ,
provisions of
; 4, i application to the Bradford Commission Room In the Brad- 'signed Frances McNeish, Route statute. aforesaid FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Bethel Baptist Church

", I County Zoning Board for reclassification ford County Courthouse. At this 1, Box 9A, Starke, Florida, Lawrence COUNTY. Rev.O.D. Rev.Uen Bryant i Russell Davis Pastor
Mosley Brooks
'" time all persons Interested shall 32091.doing business under the owner CASE NO.77-183 Sunday School 10 a.m.;
'1 I' described below of from the OR property to BA be heard for or against the firm name of "THE MOWER A.D.Dated this 13th day of May, CIVIL ACTIONIn OrangeStree& Sunday: Sunday School Morning Worship 11 a.m.;
1977
at Starke Morning Worship
Located 8/10th mile South proposal, as specified in the CUNIC," 210 East Call St. Florida re: The matter of the adoptionof 9:45: a.m.; Evening Worship 7:30: p.m:;
I on Zoning Code of 5/194tpd 6/9 SUNDAY: Sunday School 10 11 a.m.; Church Training, 6:15: Meeting
Bradford Starke Bradford County DONALD WAYNE BEEMANand Wednesday, Prayer
left of 100 1/2 of 3.2
: Hwy acre 7:30
a.m. Worship Service Evening Worship,
; 11
acre piece, in Section 3, Township County. Florida 32091 intends to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR RICHARD PAUL BEEMAN, a.m. p.m.; 7:30: p.m. VACATION BIBLE
; Evening Worship
A.R. Kiefer, Chairman said fictitious BRADFORD COUNTY Plaintiff. p.m. SCHOOL: June 12-17,7.9 p.m.,
register
name
p.m.Monday
7 South, Range 22 East to WEDNESDAY: Youth Choir 7
: Prayer : ,
Bradford County Adult classes will be offered,
\ operate an automotive repair Zoning Board under the provisions of aforesaid FLORIDA vs Service
1tpd 6/9 statute. CIVIL ACTION Defendant. 7 p.m. p.m.Wednesday Everyone. invited, for fran

This garage.change in the classification ---, --- Frances McNeish, owner. CASE NO. 77-190 NOTICE OF SUIT- _.w- scheduled activities: Regularly; Hour of sportation needs phone 964-

,t I, I is subject to a public hearing to The Bradford County School Dated this 26th day of May, NO PROPERTYTo Power, 7:30: p.m. 8816.
be held on Tuesday June 28, Board \will/ receive proposals for A.D. 1976 at Starke, Florida IN RE: The Marriage of ALLEA.M.E CHAPEL Friday Youth Recreation, 7
I 1977 at 7:30: p.m., in the County year round maintenance on all 5/26 4tpd 6/16 LOUIS E. ATCHISON, III, : DONALD WAYNE .CHURCH to 10 :. PINE LEVEL BAPTISTREV.
Commission Room in the Brad heating and air conditioning Husband, STAFFORD, Address "The Friendly Church" p.m.FIRST ROMAN ALVAREZ .
ford County Courthouse. At this equipment In the Bradford S 5eaassNOTICE and Unknown. 749 Pine St.,Ste rke amass' SUNDAY) Sunday School, "

i I time all persons interested shall County School System.the school Pleasn REBECCA K ATCHISON, Wife. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Rev.R.G, Ilettstie, Pastor 10 a.m.:; Worship service, 11
submit proposals at OF INTENTIONTO PRESBYTERIAN
i be heard for or against the board work session, to be held an action for The adoption CHURCH a.m.; Choir Practice 5:30: I
: REGISTER NOTICE OF SUIT DONALD WAYNE BEEMAN SUNDAY: Sunday School ; Bible Study, 6:30: p.m.; /f,
p.m.
proposal, as specified in the June 30, 1977, at 6 p.m., In the Dr.Jack Hand minister
Zoning Code of Bradford school board room of the school FICTITIOUS NAME TO: REBECCA K. ATCHISONCIO AND RICHARD PAUL BEEMANhas 9:30: a.m., Morning Worship, Evening Worship,.7 p.m. f
1 County. administrative offices, 582 North Pursuant to Section 865.09 MRS. JESSIE SMITH been filed against you and 11 a.m.. Evening Worship 5 WEDNESDAY: Teachers I
.I A.R. Kiefer, Chairman Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida. Florida Statutes, notice Is POST OFFICE BOX 58 you are required to serve a copyof least, first Sunday only: love SUNDAY: Sunday School; Meeting, 7 p.m.; Mid-Week
Bradford County Zoning Board 6/9 Ztchg 616asaSS hereby given that the under- GREENWOOD, SOUTH your written defenses, if any 7:30: p.m. Friday before .9:30: a.m.; Morning Worship, Service, 7t30': p.m.; Choir /
If'l Itpd 6/9 -aS signed Fred Phillips, Sr. and CAROLINA 29646 to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, first Sundayass ,,11 a.m. Practice. 8:30 p.m. r ras f
Fred Phillips Jr., 719 E. Laura whose name and address Is THURSDAY : Choir rU 1
.-------- NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO CALVARY BAPTISTCHURCH practice, 7":30 m. U
Street, Starke Florida 32091 p.
,
1 REGISTER YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED GEORGE H. PIERCE, Esquire, ---- -a ,
NOTICE doing business under the firm that an action for Dissolution of P.O. Drawer 1030 Starke,
I FICTITIOUS NAME GRACE BAPTIST
.1 I CHURCH
Ray Crews had made application of "F & F Jim Black, Pastor I
name CAR CARE
Pursuant to Section 866.09 Marriage has been filed againstyou Florida 32091 and file the original Highway 100A South St.MARK'S EPISCOPAL
to the Bradford County Florida Statutes, notice is CENTER" Route 3, Box 325, and you are required to with the clerk of the above Rev.Jerry Milton Rev.John Flynn '[,
I Zoning Board for reclassification SUNDAY: Sunday School .
Starke Bradford ,
County,
I hereby given that the under- serve a copy of your written styled court on or before June
I of the property described below signed Micky Ballard, 1610 W. Florida 32091, intends to register defenses, if any, to it on '2Ut'h, 19/7: Otherwise a 9:45 a.m.; Morning Worship SUNDAY: Bible School, 10 Sunday: 8:30: a.m., Holy
from OR to R1C 3/4 mile North said fictitious name under the RICHARD E. WELTY 11 a.m.; Evening Worship, 7p.m. a.m.; Morning Worship. 11a.m.
Madison St., Apt. 1.1, Starke. Attorneyfor judgement may be entered Eucharist; 9:15: a.m.,Junior&
on East side of Hwy 301 in of Wed. Services, 7:30: p.m. .
provisions a foresaid statue. ; Children's Choir
Florida, 32091, doing business Petitioner, whose address is: against you for the relief de- Senior Choirs Practice; 10:00:
Section 16, Township 6 South, under the firm name of Fred Phillips, Sr. and Fred 114 N. Walnut Street, P.O. Box manded in the complaint or sari Practice, 6:15: p.m.; Training a.m., Morning Prayer.
I Range 22 East, .45 of an acre to "MICKEY'S GULF SERVICE" Phillips, joint owners. 995, Starke, Florida, 32091, and peititon. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF Union, 7 p.m. ; Evening Tuesday, 9:30: a.m., Prayer
allow construction of a home. 2163 N. Temple Avenue, Starke, Dated this 19th day of May, file the original with the Clerk of WITNESS my hand and the GOD Worship, 8 p.m.WEDNESDAY. Group.

This change in classification is Bradford County, Florida, A.D. 1977 at Starke, Florida the above-styled Court, on or seal of said Court on May 10th, "The Happy ChurcbIlwy.16a&WeldonS& : Sunday i
subject to a public hearing to be 69NOTICE/ School Workers
32091, intends to register said 5/194tpd before June 19, 1977, otherwisea 1977. Meeting, 7 SSS S \
I ficticlous name under the ------- Judgment may be entered GILBERT S. BROWN, As Clerk Starke p.m.; Bible Study and Prayer,
SUNDAY: Sunday School 7:30: p.m. ; Adult Choir
provision of aforesaid statue. OF INTENTIONTO against you for the relief of said Court.
Shucks Mickey Ballard, owner. REGISTER demanded in the Petition. By: Marion McRae, As Deputy 10 a.m.r Morning Worship, H Practice, 8:15: p.m. SMYRNA itAI-TISI CHURCH

"You look all broken up. Dated this 19th day of May, FICTITIOUS NAME WITNESS my hand and the Clerk a.m.; Evening Worship, "A Church Where. Everybody ElderT.C,WIlliams

What's the matter?" A.D. 1977 at Starke, Florida. Pursuant to section 866.09 seal of this Court on the 16th day, !5/19 4tchg 6/9 6:):) Youth is SomeM ivy "On the search for"a
5/194tchg 6/9 Florida Statutes, notice is here WEDNESDAY : Vacation Bible School June friendly church?
"I wrote home for of May, 1977. ,
I money S S S Saas 7 Bible Study,
meeting,
p.m.;
that the
by given undersigned 15throughJune24,9a.m.to12 .
for a study lamp replied the ea-rsr.rs-
I college student. Lawrence Mosley, Rt. 2 Box 50, GILBERT S. BROWN, As Clerk NOTICE OF INTENTION TO 7 p.m.Pastor Robert Harden noon.._--- Welcome to SmyrnSUN'DA
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Starke, Fla. 32091, doing of Said Court
REGISTER FICTITIOUS '
NAME
"So what? business under the firm of Welcome one and all!Iaaaa. GRAHAM BAPTISTRev. / Y: Sunday School,
REGISTER name By: Marion McRae,
Deputy Pursuant
"They sent the to Section 866.09 10 a.m., Worship Service 11
lamp. FICTITIOUS NAME "B.F. GOODRICH TIRE Clerk. .James Starling ,
Florida
Statutes, notice Is hereby FIRST CHRISTIAN a.m., B.T.S., 5:45: p.m.::
,
CENTER U.S. 301 North
,
Pursuant to Section 865.09 5/19 4tchg 6/9/ that the, '
given. .undersigned CHURCH SUNDAY: Sunday School, Evening Worship, 7 p.m.
----- --- -- --- ------ ------ -- ------------ --------------
Jim Love Minister 10 a.m.; Morning Worship 11 All visitors are warmly. .

a.m.; Training Union, 6 p.m; welcomed.
I II .BoAsth eBAAMIafAIG1A0 SUNDAY: Sunday School, WEDNESDAY: Mid-Week a a S a

E I1aGLE Mf KM*allKUprices 9:45: a.m.; morning service, Prayer Service, 7:30 p.m. STARKE
nu*'unmanUtdtfUMM.
64 10:45: a.m. youth 6
I Higt ; group, -sSSKINGSLEY CHURCH OK GOD
lIr ..f? prirW' p.m. ; evening worship, 7 Rev. !M.E. Drake
p.m.; Choir practice, 8 p.m. LAKE BAPTISTRev.
are an FAMILY DISCOUNT STOKES
.n WEDNESDAY : Bible Paige Brown Sunday: Sunday School, 10
St'uy(|: 8. p.m. SUNDAY: Sunday School, a.m.; Morning Worship 11

a aa 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11a.m. a.m.; Evening Worship, 7p.m.
PINE GROVEMETHODIST .; Church training 6:30': .

day CHURCH p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: Wednesday : Family
3 price plunge Rev..Ben L.Coleman p.m.WEDNESDAY Training Hour, 7:30: p.m.

SUNDAY: Sunday School : 7:30: p.m. 7:30: Friday p.m. : Prayer Meeting,

9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, SASS sari
11 a.m.; Evening Services,

savings of 1O' to 33%Thursday,. Friday and _Saturday 7:30:THURSDAY p.m. : Prayer SUNDAY MORGAN BAPTIST: Sunday ROAD School UNITED CHURCHRev..PENTECOSTAL O.L. Wells

r -- p m.
Meetlngt7:3Q
; | s 10 a.m., Morning Worship and 204 N.Water St.

FIRST METHODIST Services for the DeafHI a.m., SUNDAY: Sunday School,
I I :f ,HII" I' I' I CHURCH Training Union 6:30: p.m. 10 a.m.; Worship services,*11

c ...... A Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. a.m., and 7 p.m.WEDNESDAY.
.. ii I,,.,, I. Sunday: Church School for WEDNESDAY:. : Mid-week : Bible
s I all ages, 9:45: a.m.; Morning Prayer Service and Bible Study 7:30: p.m.
I' Worship (Nursery provided) Study, 7:30: p.m., Choir FRIDAY: Young People'sService
I .Ii f1'EAEE'' : '. 1 t 9.IEll1 11 am. Practice 8'15. ,: .
7I
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"!::, -- t' ',,'\,,-".," .,: '.;...' .... 'V". SAVE 16% .-gala ----", the All County of said of Bradford property,being State of In the Florida.County of Bradford. State of
I I I
Florida.
1 :: LONG SLEEVE Douglas' and Brenda Fertig, Rt.
gTM '. :' '1 I DRESS SHIRTS 1, Box 12, Starke Florida, Unless such certificate 'or Unless !luch''certificate or
.. certificates
32091, doing business under the certificates shall be redeemed shall be redeemed
.
., ] "i FOR EVERY DAD firm name of "D 6 B FEED AND according to law the property according to law the property
_
fUSQUA Af :'.\. J J' lI. FARM SUPPLY" 1006 South described in such certificate or described in such certificate or

:" 3 44 Water Street, Starke, Bradford certificates will be sold to the certificates will be sold to the
'i.r4a: highest bidder at the highest bidder at the court
32091 intendto court
County Florida ,
/% SA Vr!4.00 SAVE11"
SAVE
SAVE 3.00 -. 'J' I" [,;.... was>af register said fictitious name house door in the Month of house door in the Month of

I'. OSCILLATING FAN EAGLE MOTOR OIL 50 LBS. DRY CHLORINE MEN'S MESH CASUALS 11=j : Noll look groat' In on* under the provisions of aforesaid June, 1977, which\ Is the 22nd June, 1977, which is the 22nd
?' ath..ar :carofroo day of June, 1977. day of June, 1977.
was polyootaf poly statute.
WAS 39.882.94
48
j-:'16.88 *or/eo on In hand- Douglas and Brenda Fertig, Dated this 18th day of May Dated this 18th day of May,

.... Muo ton Mado. *attygrML Clans a lubrlcal**! 10W-30 85% granular. formula...... open, ..... nylon In ."U., ),. 'tonw.01" Oh io1b*him"d ohlrlto P .h joint owners. 1977. 1977.GILBERT
.Pwnbutton control premium.....'11_I oiL 1 qt. pool walor a...SO lb.. Mock..brown. SUM 712. mateh :H nit. Dated this 31st day of March, GILBERT S. BROWN Clerk S. BROWN, Clerkof

-. I -,... -_k(\ .1_*. S, M L, A.D. 1977 at Starka Florida of Circuit Court of Bradford Circuit Court of Bradford
.
; :: : '"'" I tL1"'N _..... 'to XL. 5/19 4tpd 69NOTICE County, Florida. County, Florida. stills

.to: .------------- By Beulah M. Moody t./IIJ --------------

i4 ... OF APPUCATIONFOR NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
--------------
\ I VALVE PLUS Sec. 194.16, F.S. FOR TAX DEED Sec. 194.16. F.S.

: """ FATHERS LOVE ... ,/. Sec. 194.16, F.S. NOTICE IS HEREBY
SHORT SLEEVE )! "t..':, .: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN GIVEN that J.A. SCANLAN the
LEISURE SHIATSI i 't!' JI'f.J''ti } 'A that Eugene F. Shaw the holderof that J.A. Scanlan the holder of holder of the fallowing certificates -

:-i ; ti' l';c F Tr,t 1 the following certificates has the following certificates has has filed said certificates
% SAVE 100 VALVE PLUS :1 filed said certificates for a tax filed said certificates for a tax for a tax deed to be issued
8AYC 33% 3 97 j
VINYL twAe deed to be issued thereon. The deed to be issued thereon. The thereon.The certificate numbersand
LIQKTtP PLUS RAZOR RUG RUNNERS 3&" KIDDY POOL MEN'S DECK SHOES f.Ij i Ij {t;:,. ; certificate numbers and years of certificate numbers and years of years of Issuance, the

WAS DISC. 2 94 LOW DISCOUNT WHCB ,? ,yl:r;:'Ee':'.::" 41 issuance, the description of the issuance, the description of the description of the property, and
2F 29V .
83 $1 Comfort ta ; :.
ono roooonIfwoo : the in which it
names
).d LJd nice' htrt :: property, and the names in property, and the names In was
*oro*a .
Stay Crtckol. ......... g.tfroo e..... vinyl' with taporod Tough ....-...k plastic with. e."lonocIlnn.rsol. ...... ularl Cool*hort-pop- r. .' which it was assessed are as which it was assessed are as assessed are as follows:
Good Now ruor. ....... toe...." .27'*"wkt. colorful nudiM_''lIn.38". or oomo color ......7-12. 100% .....,.*..... And to- 1'i.'flJ Z .hlonaMo .lyllng lanotharl ",..::,,: : /i. Year of Issuance 1975
:. s
Certificate No. 5 Certificate No. 49
,_, ..<.'..". In auortodbright < ..I'L..t"i! :
'j'>' .j print*. S, M, L, ,, : Year of Issuance 1975 Year of Issuance 1975 Description of Property COM AT
... .,
!
-"::... XLi' dS:," .tr'" ... SW COR OF SE 1/40f NW 1/4
: A ; HU" .rJ ,; '., Dascrition of Property 1/2 INT Description of Property S 1/2
." './ I I U ( _ft1\ ) .. 11It,...,...1 -..-"'I1 .... ..\'W' '. IN ft TO ALL OIL, GAS bOTHER OF LOTS,5 b6& N 1/2of 11 & NLY 872.V, ELY 15', TO E R/W
... I..: A ... ( p MINERALS LYING & W 1/2 of LOT 12 IN OF GR RD FOR POB, CONT.
/ /1 -,,'' ( 1,; SITUATED IN W 1/2 OF NE 1/4 WOODLAWN EX COM AT NE ELY 208.71,' NLY 208.71' WLY

', V fiY'l /IL .''''' .J ft E 1/2 of NW 1/4/ EX R/W, COR OF S 1/2 OF LOT 5, RUN 2O3, 71,' SLY 208.71,' to POB.
\. Sac: 36, Twp 5-S, R-20. W 400' FOR POB W 32ff S. SEC 18, Twn6S, R-22
V" 1/ -' :I' -.! h: Name which/\ assessed L.C. 330- SW COR LOT 6, NELY TO Name in which assessed
V' j {v'' ,':.:' HEYDRICK.All POB. SEC 32, Twp-5-S, R22. DANIEL R. KNOWLES ft

VALUfPLUSI SAVE 1.00 SAVC14H .uVP' fl" .'lJ'I1I.;; ."" of said property being in name in which assessed MRS. CHRISTINE KNOWLES.All .
MEN'S WORK SHOES '/ the County of Bradford, State of PEACH CRAWFORD.All of said property being in
CASSETTE RECORDER PLASTIC TRASH CANS 2436" SURF RIDER / Florida. of said property being in the County of Bradford, State of

24 88 wAS 2 9'Y'r 1 27 .Ae 13a9 4 L 1\i I ; 1 J I 1 Unless such certificate or the County of Bradford, State of Florida.

Oonuino Ooodyoor wort, ..' f 1 .r G vr A r certificates shall be redeemed Florida. Unless such certificates shall
Ptona kay control*,builtiMko. -ri 44 qurt Htl top nompor or Kugood vinyl with tow ropoHifloloo ltnor upporo.M 7.1a 4 according: to law the property Unless such certificate or be redeemed according to law
.........*.....- wing. lop Midi du.'_ lid. by mouth or pump. 'f.YAIUEKU9 described In such certificate or certificates shall be redeemed the property described in
..
u" :::::::;;;;;: ..".. ; : I certificates will be sold to the according to law the property such certificate or certificates
SAVE y I....".. \ I rJ highest bidder at the courthouse described in such certificates or will be sold to the highest bidderat
OOWSTVLiUONYCR / jji", 78 FEET .... =.- / I r "- ) door in the Month of certificates will be sold to the the court house door in the
WITH I C ,-_ v\J J'T I .r.. I .. / June, 1977, which is the 22nd highest bidder at the court Month of June, 1977--which I is
SSTVLINOATTACHMCNTS : : l.A.' j I 10" day of June, 1977. house door in the Month of the 22nd day of June.1977.
\i!!! FURNITUREW) SAVE UP'T017" VALVE fLUSt Dated this 18th day of May June, 1977, which/\ is the 22nd Dated this 18th day of May,

.7a88 ii i t '" MEN'S UNDERWEAR MEN'S KNIT P04.05wasys' 1977 day of June, 1977. 1977.GILBERT
0....a C DISC nnnc. :,;, GILBERT S. BROWN, Clerk of Dated this 18th day of May S. BROWN Clerk
/'t4(A" r \, -'.j WAS UPVALUfPLUSI 88 Z"' 88r Circuit Court of Bradford 1977.GILBERT of Circuit Court of Bradford
---.0' __ TOJ-K. County Florida. S. BROWN, Clerk County, Florida. //<
;reLaalcll SAycfsu '\ 1 VAI.U'PI.Ugl -=-- ,...,...../-- rs....... Pwarar front otyIo, -L By Beulah M. Moody f'//i- of Orcuit Court of Bradford
.kf, XL.
oars Mm' a U
SEIKO l t SNAP'N or knit'brlora,pkg.at* County, Florida.
HOUSEHOLD f -------------
AM/FM : 11 yi" :r FOPS MAKERS NOISE SPORT/DUTYOXFORD ::... ,...<6".11W By Beulah. M. Moody [,//& STATE VEHICLES
RADIO was 66cit I

S.S8 rr 1 .. fA I .,. .97 ::.g. 3 a 88 '. o-, .. :"' NOTICE OF APPLICATION/ Sealed Bid Sale
". Dteh dromor dr lnbardor FOR TAX DEED
:..- -;.: DI.e. "iCE f_Waa9uWp. .... (.. S'--Y Dlee."MIC -WWIII" -. -- Sec. 194.16 F.S. NOTICEOF APPUCATION
.. '.soon S-1Q. .'.. FOR TAX DEED June 15. 1977

VALUfPLUSI SAS ., .. '. .' .. fl' NOTICE IS HEREBY Sec. 194.16, F.S.
GIVEN
YALUCnusr 5 Cab &
Chassis
:1i f PHOTO flAUCS CREST J a "' ;.'q that Eugene F. Shaw the holderof NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
MUST CURB TOOTHPASTI84OZ. : IJ1. ;!. that J.A. SCANLAN the holder
1 ST the 5 Pickups
following certificates
I has
.
.:\1.1la7"_ 17. ENAMEL SPRAYFAINT ..-- of the following certificates has
filed said
"..,.1 .. ,tIJOZ.SAVCW. .OMUSTUMLimit I. il, certificates for a tax 2 Sedans
,. deed filed said certificates for a tax
( 1)) n :l. I. to be issued thereon. The
.. 77 C 1.94" BBC ; / certificate numbers and years of deed to be Issued thereon. The '2 Jeeps

eNNw"elu WeC.INC. IL fI ::;? : : I issuance, the description of the) certificate numbers and years of
; Ci..j property, and the names In issuance, the description of the 1 Van
.r/
;
;
'.' .
.. u, and the names In
..nt which it property,
: was assessed
are as
.. I '""'='" } it assessed are as 1 TransportMay
IiAYTD ftOXZHM SAVE23K ..g follows:: which/\ : was
,,; 7 PIN Idkfi4 OERITOL 9A VE % VALUUSI SAVf! Certificate No. 4 follows: .
,' COUAII"OII/ """"'" DOCS.CATS S 101 1JOZ.0OAVFLEA Description of Year of Issuance 1975 Union Correctional
Dlee. wAe Property 1/2 INT
2&85
"II" 1.07 I j 2.19was. 2$1 mac. 5 E 96 s, : IN AND TO ALL OIL & GAS & Description of Property E 36' OF Institution Motor Pool
77 Ms*, bulk Mond .InwMa alws. f.... ..... a.Sw ___ OTHER MINERALS LYING & LOT&W 38.'OF LOT 9 BLK 3
wAys6 awls I"- wAaylf !"' WA> >_............,1. Pay.....{__A,..c.... ::::: S ......... SITUATED IN AND ABOVE IN SUNNY ACRES SEC 21.Tvwv 8- P, .O. Box 221

SW 1/4 of SE 1/4 DESC MISC, 5, R22.
fcAGll THF CONVENIENT BK 15-482. Sec 25 Twpi. 6-S Name in which assessed Raiford Fla. 32083
312 W. lading St. .fit: 100'sA Gertrude Coving
r-AMILV DISC OUNT STORES CIGARETTES 4rIN .L5PIC R-20. --> Comatiou ft For'InformatIon
Name In ton. '
Op* r daily til'* SiiMcloy til 6 af.i.75ia Plus -TII)( 411 HEYDRICK.VIotIIch.ed L.C. All of said property.being In 904-431.1212 -.



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CITIZENSNofault RATES rui6 tIl'V'tn' :


Deadline for Insertion .. .

automobile Insurance Tuesday noon preceding I J'1 muillrrpr 1 1C

has not worked out as Thursday before publi ___"" .4d6a. __ :!_!i' *. *KWS*$. ...,, **'*, J

well as predicted and litigation cation. if-,4imP.msy..s.M4al.aJie"!/* ,nendtruOc.:L .. .1 .:::;' ::;;.:"L.. '1 .'iiI1. "I)OI ,! C
REALTY:
in the courts andlawyers'
Minimum 12.00 --- --- -- 'WANTED Used n IH
fees consume a large charge COMPTOMETER machine LADY TO LIVE I. and Irigerstors .......,., and '
slice of Insurance. costs. It is (Covers Words) t I FOR SALEDUE 1 t PERSONALS J G _:> 'fk
estimated that 1.4 million car Each word over 15 by Cltlaen. Multiplies, came lor elderly lady;do light stoves in good condltioni, :
...mechanical u... tape.. heuaewerk and cooking Phone Dahmer'a Discount. "
drivers 10 cents
and-or owners around Excellent condition. 125. Salary negotiable Phone 96479J3. TF/Ckg
:... __
TO DIVORCE
NEW
Must MAC'S AUTO LOCATION!
RECON.
the state
are without kind 6/9
any new, now only 85. Phone782J860 964-7611. 6/2 2lpd '
of automobile insurance All classified ads sacrifice 8lnf.r Futura alter 5 pjn.GARAGE DITIONING Buffing, __ _-..---- Cecelia Terwlllegar 205 N. TEMPLE '..J''
coverage. must be paid for in ad- sowing machine, top model. waxing. Interiors' cleaned, HIRING UNDER CETPollum.a. -'- AUTOMOBILESBUICK STARKEFLORIDA

Insurance vance havean De. everything automatically SAL"E? carpete dyed engine.cleaned preferably 'I
CommissionerBill .
unleiliou with push buttoni. CoH auto and painted special _
Gun r has introduced Tako ap payment ol 22 Huntamnn (70| SAW 38 vinyl top shine and Certified; must be Unemployed PREFERRED PROPERTIES ;

legislation which would ease with The Telegraph.: In (12.86mo pay balance ol Alrwelght (135| j I Browning protection. For FREE and a Bradlord 1971-A-l SPORTSWAGON condition 1/ .

the cost of automobile In- that event $1 extra 284. Phone 9647084. Upd 12 Ga. auto with choke (260; ESTIMATES and appointment County realdent. Apply atStarke tlree and transmission; new TUCK'S DRIVE-IN 631 S. Walnut A valuable :. 'j

surance and curb expensive Charge; for billing. Not 6/9 Winchester Pre-1984 model phone 9646809. Itpd Police thru Friday Department 8 to 4, (1200 or (200 dews, takeover chunk of property in everybody's opinion Won .

legislation. Letters and responsible for errors ---- -- --- 70 30.06 with acopo (270t, 6/9 Monday GvlDo, 376. derful location for any buiiness! I II
peti- Rift $57 Magnum ISO| p.p.. 1 tchg 6/9 paymente. j
tions were sent in support of when given over the APACHE 1972 --- 6777 or 964-8699. Itchg 6/9 t '
CAMPER.
Huger 44 (IN.wl) : TUTORING"Summer i
Magnum PRIVATE which b. divided Into tract
Is MATJJRc'vVHn'E I have 70 acres can as .
Mr. Gunter's bill, SR-2002. phone or when copy fiberglass. fold-down shop 100. First haua .behind LADY- ------------ ,,
reading Instruction
rot typed and brought to 6. Table A. along plus boat Jiffy Store halfway between for 6,7,8 year olds. Certified In early 60', with email 1973 PONTIAC you like ill _ I
the office. rack. 875. Phone 483-1746 Keyatone and Melren Sat. pension or SS; healthy, own FIREBIRD-PS PB, automatic
toucher.
elementary Phone
Our Library Committee of niter 3 p.... ell TF/cbg 7 n..... to 12 noon. 4/5-2888. 9646306. i/9 2tpd 6/16 car,t* do light hooeework oV 9647087, radio or'2500. Phone Country living 12 acres attractive. CB horn with ;.
496-2307. 6/9
Sophie Fisher Hazel --- --- ---- Itpd 6/9 ---- ------ -- cooking, nice 2 BR clean 6/16 3 BR, 2 Bath, LR, OR, FR, screened back porch, '';
PIANO IN STORAGE mobile home, fr... Call 473- 2tchg '" .
--- -- ------- double CH-A, carpet. :
Richards and garage ; !
Peg Walter ------------
Bantlfl spio.t-eon sole 3 FAMILY GARAGE VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS 2427. Itpd 6/9 ;

Richardson Betty Watkins. stored locally. Reported like SALE Golf clll..., men'* and aD make, all ------- ---- BUICK WILDCAT 1965 'f.j
BESSENT ROAD Attractive 3BR, 2 bath, LR,
Gertrude Wentz and ..*.. Responsible party can chlldi act. Fir. alarms, pool modele. Starke !Prwlog! Center SPECIAL EDUCATION light yellow with brown

Chairman Bill Richards spent take. on low payment table, baby. lte..., clothingand .215- East Call Street TEACHER to act aD vinyl top. Good condition. DR office, den, CH / A, carport and storage ''t

two hours May 18 repairingand FOR RENTFURNISHED balance. Writ before w* much more.Turn beside phono 9648312. 4tpd workshop. director for adult 500. Phone 964-8054 or 964- building. ______ Jt

cleaning books. This will and track. Joplin Piano Keystone Bank and follow cltl..... Experienced should 8136. Upd 6/9 Looking for a tax shelter? Distinguished, 8 unit .,
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be a once a month effort by 5-roam apart- Fla.P.O.32401.Box 103, Panama 6/9 City, .1.... Friday Saturday and CHILD CARE Hour/day/ Include educational vocational management 1970 OLDS 98 Gold with- modern rental apartment on Temple Ave. Ample
Itpd Sunday 9am. untO. 473- '
these members of the aloe week .... License black vinyl Full .
mnt; furniehod 1 bedroom ---- -- --- 2466. lUhg 6/9 ) any ability and able to work top. power parking area.Spacious
Bradford County Senior apartment. Phono 964- PICK-UP CAMPERCabover nuraery, fenced shady, Independently. Send reeumeto New tires good condition. -
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Citizens Club as a community 8071. 6/9 2tchg 6/16 on* owner 900. homo cooking. Inatructlon in HbARC. 582 N. Call St. 850. Phone 964-8054 or 964- "Old Is Better" home on Madison. Large,
HOUSE Ib60..ov't
service.A Ricks. TRAILER pro-kindergarten basics, Starke, 32091. Itchg 6/9 8136. Itpd ellI lot with house."Live .
George 9645184. Itpd .. naode landscaped storage ,:.
Ck''f; repalreInside.
HOUSE TRAILER In .rrlu. craft. arts etc. Pat's Day BVmmnmnmammmmm'HPBi
6/9 --- ------- ,,
Lawtey. Phono 7823175. Broadmore. Car, Waldo D. Thompson, APPLICATIONS k \4
---- -- ---- are now Good Life of Lake"-We have -
(1700 cash a* I I. GeorgeRlcki 321 Butler T. 1 the Hampton
Starke.
Itpd 6/9 for full and MO.rORCYCLES:
of the CHEST FREEZER- 'It. being accepted
meeting North 964-5184. Itpd' 6/9 5/26 4tpd 69BULLDOZER the best for the discriminating buyer
---- like. parttlme employment. ,
Central Florida new. Phone 9647988. 't
Health TW i DROOMTRAILER ----- --- ----
--- -- --- local
Planning Council Ed on W. Market Itpd. 69ANTIQUE OKRA FOR SALE 50 WORK-land Handy Apply parson Way food at your tore. HARLEY.DA VIDSON Needed i '1 to 10 acres of prime land for a home. .
--- -- ---- '
Turlington, director will beheld Road. Dora Haleten. Pb... SALE and other cents par pound. Buck clearing" road building, alee Itchg 6/9 350-1973, (400 or beet Needed> $25,000 Homes in good repair. I
S in the county courthouse 964-7460. 6/9 Murray, 714 Lafayette, 964-. preparation.: Phone EdwardDavu offer. WIU trade for equityon
Itpd Item.Saturday nod Sunday, -- -- ---- -
Tuesday June 14. Our -------- ---- 9 ..... to 8 p...... uptUIra 7326. 5/26 3tpd 69REFRIGERATORS Glee St. Mary, 1-259- PLANNER-MONITOR FOR 8699.email car.6/9 Phone 964- Open a business In your home spacious brick .
Itchg
Legislative Committee of NICE 2 BR double wide, over Larry' Flower Itpd ----- -". ----* 3569. AGING SERVICES! home with CH-A on 301 across from Wishbone 4
-- ---- -----
Vernon Olin. Bill Cosgroveand furnlahed. quUt country. 6/9 .gas and 4/14 tfn/ehg Challenging. position available Chicken.

Secretary-Treasurer Paul Plenty.. of room for ......1.. ---- -- ---- electric ranges, air eondltionere ---- -- ---- I. aging ..rylc... SUZUKI OF STARKE .j.

Krleger of the North Central (150/monthly. Phen. 964- CORN |165 aut./dul.| 110 and 220 v. SOWING MACHINES Qualification .Include B.S. In your autborixed Suzuki Just outside city limits-frame home on 2 and one : .1'
8558. Itpd 6/9 BARGAIN CENTER. Hwy all make social work bnalnoaa ad- dealer. Phone 964-6020. 1640
Buttarbeiae, lordhooki, repaired half acres with wide variety fruit trees,flowers and
Florida Coalition of
Senior -- --.------ cucumber, Lnwtey, Rt. 1 301 South. 6/2 TF/chg. cleaned oiled and adjusted minlatration, planning, or South Walnut ((301 couth In .
great garden spot. i.
Citizens will attend and bring 3 BR HOUSE Unfarnlahed Box 64, John Craw Phone ----- --- --- 7. Work ...uo6t..d. JameaStrickland eelology/psychology, phi Starke 1 TF/Chg_ .

back reports to our club and CiliA fenced 782-3822. Itpd 69PIGSFull NEW AND USED FURNITURE corner Morgan four year experience I. .

subsequent coalition a yard carpet. P"... 964-8464 ----- -- ---- couche.. chain, Road and Highway. 16. 3/10 .aging. field.. Send resume to Yes we do have something on Kingsley Lake j,

meetings. alter 5 p.m. Itpd 6/9 stock Congoleum floor covering, 'l.F/C": AAA Personnel Committee, ,
..
.' Yorkahlrae" miscellaneous itemi.Anything -,....- 1045 Riverside Ave. Suite 1)) :
A preliminary meeting was ; gilt and males; --------- POTPOURRI Excellent Investment .

held June 1 at the Recreation TWO BEDROOM furnished perfect broodatock) only 12 you need for n BILL'S SAW SHOP 018-, 250, Ia.. Fla. 32204. Itchg Demorest home with spacious grounds-zoned. I,
Center house and small one bedroom at 130 each. Tako year pick. home, come ceo u*. plete sharpening service, 6/9 commercial. 'J
by our Legislative turnlahed apartment.Phone Floyd King. Crawford Road. BARGAIN CENTER, Hwy circular hand, carbide, ----------- Registered Real ''I
Committee to discuss the ((2)) Green Property with home (needs renovating)
pos- 964-8420. 6/9 6/2 Estate Broker ;
Itpd 964-6524, after 6 p..... Itpd 301 South. TF/chg chain, mower blade hollow "
sibility of a mass of on 1 acre plus large wooded lots. it .
meeting --- -- ------ 6/9 ----- --- ---- ground and balanced. Leave LI.

the 16 counties of Region 3 to FOR SALE OR RENTi ----- --- FEEDERS Two Brmc. at Jackson Building Supply Fred Sackett ((3)) Nearly new pretty home in Green Acres.

be held In Starke sometime in Unfurnished 3BR Mobil. NEW PARTS for .n.IlTa'nd each 800 ft. trough 4. chain" Starke or Keystone Height. WANTED Broker tl ;.

September. The Executive Home. phone 964.7927 after largo appliances, inch aa motor oV time clock, (450 TF/C... U.S.301 Cecelia/ 7". Terwillegar/ l

6 .... 6/ each 6-ton feed tank. (185)) _
Board o' the North Central p. Itchg stoves, dryer*. rofrlgaratort. ) Hampton Florida .
Florida Coalition of Senior Also Micro. Incenerator double burner ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS AKC Registered St. Bernard [L1 NEWLOCATIONI I ,

2 BEDROOM TRAli' Vi.....,. Phone 964.7604 gas, new (200; Fertilizer auccceeful living; stud to breed registered 205 N. TEMPLE -4; I
Citizens will meet in late Julyto 1 block. from limits 200. Phone 964- for people .who wont to Phone 468-1753 .
city oa alter' 5 p..... Itpd 6/9 preader, female. Foe for service STARKEFLORiDAf.At' : '
complete plans for this FPL power I child family ---- -- ---- 7967. 6/2 2tpd 69BLUEBERRIES STOP drinking and STAY negotiable.. Phone 964.8243. I .. t J I 'I I

meeting. Sen. Buddy MacKay only. Phone 964.7619 alter 2 MOBILE HOME LOT with topped. Meeting Thuriday Itpd 6/9 TF-Chg OFFICEPHONE964-7776
.
D-Ocala. will be the principal .... 411 r 2tchg 6// U-PIck- and Sunday S p.... Phone' J,
> PHONE 964-5US
p well and aeptlc ...k. Small -- -- ----- HOME ,J
50 cent a pound. Phone 964. 964-5709 or 964-5434.
speaker. ----- -- -- -- down payment. Phone 468- ':i.A .,
.
PRIME BUSINESS SPACE 1551. 6/9 TF/Chg 6593 after 5 p.m or weekenda. ------ ----- ...

located Lawrence Blvd. 6/9 2tpd 6/16 STARTING JUNE 13th FAULKNER I .
en -- -- - ---
and Flamingo. la K.,...'.. PORCH 8ALE-SaU.Ha, Child car .m my home. Floriland Realty
Lewis and Bernie Smith KENMORE WASHER E Before .
Ages 3,4 and 5 old. 7 ;
His. Inquire at Standard June dIshes yr. RALPH BRYAN
II.TV. kakk 393 Temple Ave. :
celebrated their Golden (40; RCA TV. (50; GE TV ...... to 6 fja. Monday thru
Station or phone 4734907.TFJcbj knack and other Komi. 524
Starke Fla.
Wedding Anniversary June 4 60.. Phone .5332811. Itpd Frld.,. Taking applicationsnow. ca A ,
N. Walnut Stark Off.964-7700 You Buy A rT1
llpd 6/9 6/9 RealLL,3
at a gathering in the Recrea- ------ -- For Into, phono 473- ,t

tion Center .given by friends OLIN'S SUBDIVISION GREEN- ---HOUSE- -PLANTS--- ELECTRIC --STOVE-SeB- --- 2591 alter 4:30 p.... 5/19- RIALIQR L 7 acres with 2 fully .-

and neighbors. Mrs. Beverly 1/2 acre lote, (30 .per month, Prices low Pressure (45' Green 4tchg 69MOBILE 126 S.Water St. m equipped layer bo....... Mobile Estate .
Cleaning oven ;
McGee baked a beautiful water and ...... furnished. canner Ilk. ...... Baby 12x14, 15. Phone 964- -- -- -'------- Starke,Florida.. 1 20x400' one egg cooler REALTOR ;: \.

For Information phone Mark clothing,now and uied. 1231 rug HOME MOVING 9645065 with extra storage.Ideal Home '
three-tiered anniversarycake. OUn. 011.'. Mobile Homo W. Butler Rd. Itehg 6/9 8803. Itpd 6/9 also mobUo home hurricane v 2117 N. Temple j" .1
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Service 100 Weal ..c..rt.. and mobile for Family Nursery 3 Ottie-; 964-8788 .1'
Highway -- -- -- ---
Wedding anniversaries observed Stark. BIG YARD SALESaturdaySu.day.40l NEW AND USED window. *-"home-roof coadng. O8.'* Lot "In town'with city. BR bo..e. 8.7 acres with See :
Bill and and door! porch rocker, Mobil Home Service. Phone ... SR 16 WEST I
in May were P..... 964-5606. 1/13 W. water and .r. Hot Ho.... on 301; owner
low and high-back, stained; 4and 9645606. 100W.. ---------- 1.
Hazel Richards Ed and Highway will bold
Lilly -- mortgage.
Roberts .!.F.!! ._______ Brownie Lot, next of to Handy 5 ft. Porch swings; St.r.... TF/chg_ 1.83 acree on Hwy 230 John 22 High A Dry :Acre.
all
SUMMER COTTAGES onKingsley Way. clothing ladder-back dining chair Tri'r: ; Peca., Pine A Oak. tree -,
Birthdays were celebratedby .sizes mlacellaneou Itemi.Something ; AVON CALLING to buy> East good terma.Nlco Zoned for 5 or 10
I
Lake by week.. alat-ieat chairs atained. ,too[ cyprs.el, ) 127,000.
-- A,15.percent down,choose
Peg Richardson and Lois A/C Call 533-2366 altar 6 for everyone.Itchg BARGAIN CENTER Hwy or sell Avon phone 7552807or double wide mobile your aite. 473 3/75 .

Roberts. p.... 5/26 TF/chg 69LADIES 301 South. 6/2 TFchgBLUEBERRIES write Loma Cljratl, P.O. home partially furnished ---- 24. Acre 2 building I I
---- -- --- Box 220 Lake City, Florida. .
--- ------ -- 2 liS carat chiller -- ------ --- TFCha on beautiful 105'x264' lot. 1 Acre Hampton Oak. S NEW DOG S over l.OOO ft. oa highway.. ji
38000. Term
MOBILE HOMb In country U.PICK Juat one block from ----
band. 1800.
yellow gold I
on
We organized a new Senior furnished children welcome. Phone 964-8054. Itpd 6/9 50 coot lb.Opening May 27, HENLEY ELECTRIC Klngaley. Lak*. 1.7 Acree, with 407'en 301. BREEDERS NEEDED .

Citizens Club in East Palatka Phone 9644114 or 473-4777.. 8 a..... to 7.30 p.... Monday COMPANY r..ld..tI.1, -- -- Going Business & nice Apt. Start now ravng pureored ooae for
-- -- -- --- PROFIT Del Ngnoet national
May 22. Rev. Sermons, president 4/7 TF/.... '. 141t RENKIN BOAT with thru Saturday. Near commercial Induatrial. Beautiful 3BR 2B home on -- "" .ewe! el new .breodera H mcccwe quad. LAWTEY AREA :
-- -- -- -- -- Earlton. No dog.. 1700 Railord. 1/2 aero. Jt. out of tow*. Had PoaaeM -- --- --- --
will work out a schedule 40 hp Evlnrude motor Phone 431- 181' *n S. 301 with one 10.him w acre of your
of meetings and this club will MOBILE HOME 10x55. complete with flro ..ztinguieher Longnecker, 475-1151, 473- TF/chg Must see t* appreciate. 12x12 bldg.. one 14x30 Oe ground Into a SIOOOO Income I & 2 Acre lot High oV
two bedroom SlOO/month. 2702. 5/26 4tpd 6/18 --- -- Can or write 1 Include you phone numbr Dry House or Mobil
affiliate with the of and life Jackets.Good -- ---- bide.. 30x40 bldg,and a
Congress Phone 9648253. itcbg' condition ---- -- --- LAWN SERVICE 3 BR. 3 B. on one acre 2 well. Talk to ... |KENNELS 376 Leo Ave.Shrove Home from 13,900.: '
Senior Citizens. Miami. running FARM FRESH PRODUCE POD. La rilOS 31B 80S.0997' Owner. financing..
--- ------ -- Reasonable rat... ALSO. story needs finishing
1700. Phone 9644836. ----
Our next meeting will be Itchg Misty Dawn G.r".".. 3 --- -
FOR RENT 40.60 block 6/9 child care, housework, other work. Priced right at 100'xlOO lot near School.

Tuesday. June 14, at 1 p.m. in building,12'celling..... for --- ---- mUee South of Starko on US odd lobe. Phone 9645452. 15000. --- ; ZI/2.5.TliZ.iOupteI8O
the Pratt Street Rec Center. Stark.or. FiRNI- 301. 5/12 Stpd 6/30 I --- Acre front
most any business, HOUSE FULL OF 1tpd6 3 Bedroom House CBCHA II
________
-- --. ---- (1,300/Acre. Owner oW
--- 3 BR. I B frame house !
... S250 .per month. Phone TURE Movlag-iolllag ; Stove A Ref Included; .
Joe Kerrigan 964-8606. TF/C..._ furniture and appliance, EVERYTHING: NEEDEDto LOST Small black cat with very neat.3 Iota with chain Fenced Backyard. ..., financing. ;

tool, ate. Phone 964-6223. go Into bulldozIng and dirt whit flea cellar. Lost link fence. Price just --- -- 1 oiouo*__ROrTSuniiMct. .
: bu.I..... Saturday at Lake Bedford.If .
hauling Complete reduced toPaul $22,000.
.J
I
Itpd 6/9 :.._ W. need luting*-
.... caD 473-2504. I HAMPTON AREA
468-
.............. HOUSES FOR SALE] ---- --- --- price 11500. Phono fOuDd..1. H.Faulkner acreage, with "au... 'us .
1551.4/21 TF/chg. lIthe 6/9_ .... m.f ---- --- --
TRAVEL TRAILER 1973 tailor -- --- ,.*North Temple' Ave. 40 to 225 Acre Iron
----- --- ---- .
Terry, 19 long, eellcontalnod Call-964 7700VernieP.Odom '.. '
- S625/Acra.
7ni m it n ;.za lion Of FRAME HOUSE with brick eleep 6, bath GUNS FOR SALE 22'*. t HELP WANTED : Associates .'
--- -
front, LR. DR/KIt combination. with shower, 2495. Phone 25'a, and 38'. sold at Dabmer's Iran L. Faulkner. Reg. Real Estate :

SchttolAge ChildrenUrged / 3 BR, I 1/2 .baths, 964-7972. Itpd 69AQUAR1UMSS : _Discount.! _TF/C..._ 9S4-SMI BrokerEvening. JiF' THERESSAAREA1.710up t
CB/A.On 1 acre outside city --- --- -- EXPERIENCED 2 Susan M.Balk.. 964-5476 .
------ -- i
limits. (30.000 by owner.Phone gallonwith FOR SALE Diamond to 6 hour. daily. No phone 9r4.5172MOBILE -- to 137 Acre off "'

964-6580. 5/19 4tchg stand and all ac- ...011.. for any stereo over call. JoLu Motel. 5/26 Pearl Andr......A._. SR 100 from Sl,100/Acr ;11$

6/9 eeiaorioei; two BR suites, one 247 different ones, wo have TF/chg "7739 3 BR LR DR Lg. 'I.4.f

------ ---- maple, 0.. oak. .Phone 984- them all. Dahmer' Die ---- ----- Family Room Fireplace owner financing.RAIFORDAREA :
HOME ---- -
Local and state public 3 BR HOME with. 1 1/2 bath 5610. Itchg; 6/9 count TF/Chg_ COORD IN ATOR- 20 acre with baA, .r..: .

LR. DR combination car ---- --- --- PLANNER FOR AGING Graham terms.
health officials urge parentsto SPEED EQUIPMENT FOR PARK '
have their children port/utility, refrigerator.etove. SALE 10 percent above SERVICES! Unique opportunity - fJ
GARAGE SALEI Exercyele Country Club Estates 2 r
(lor
dishwasher fully
experiencedperhaps Insid.. City Limit.
Olln'e Mobile BoiseService. 20 Acr.D.lry barn,
immunized coit. ",
now. aubdi- (50, Y... 26" mower used lot. reasonable.New .
carpeted. Plnebreeta ( retired) pereon In Walk to Bradford Square very '.
A recent survey from the vision. Phone 964.5564 alterS approx. 6 hr*. 450. Novar Highway 100W.. seven county aging service Or Downtown Lillian C Pearson - well & .pump, f30,000. .
health shows that alarm (175 Bell Starke. Phone 9644606. block horn In town, 3 ;
department p..... 6/2 TF/chg .- burglar program Minimum B.S. S BR Furnished House .
cent of two old Howell projector (40, Flrtthouae TF/Chg_ Real Estate BR 2 B, LR. C/HAA onpaved \)
:10 per year -- -- - --- degree m social work, public -
road
(30 Per Month $15,000.KEYSTONEAREA :
children are not immunized. 2 BEDROOM HOUSE behind Jiffy Store WATSON'S HOUSE OF administration, planning. and Urge garage, quit area, 'I
All ConveniencesFir ----
Furthermore many of the Just out ol' city. Call owner, halfway between Keystone VACUUMS many branda research or .oclology/pry* .city PoHc Protection.City STARKE corner kit.Several i
sad Melroeo. Sat 7 .... to - -
Extonalve
"4-8593.6/2 TF/chg of Uodmachlnea chology. experience
children in need of new vacuum
Water end
G. 3 BR raise house, CH/A. {
12 475-2888. Itpd 6/9 commercial lota oa
neon. and
--- la
immunization are clustered --- ---- available. Expert Inter-agency Sowar. fenced corner lot, 15000. :;
---- ----- --- all ...k... Parta andacceaaorUn relation plus 301.
community
12x60 MOBILE HOME repalra. Silver Sandi Lakefront II
together in relatively small --- -- -
GARAGE SALEtGulbranaon Jo-Lu Motel - -
1973 unfurnlahed.. 2 BR I for all vacuum geacy adi.i.tratl.s 3Br <
geographically located areas 1/2 bath, (3.8OO. Phone 473- Organ (Walking Built-in central vacuumayatem .....rl..c.. Send rename to 964-8810 2 BR frame vita carport on 3 BR. 1 bath, block conetractlon (28,000.Furnished House :; I

making the likelihood of 2532. Itpd 6/*' .....1) (475 Zeailh Multiple *. 404 NW 10th AAA Peraonael committee, Fla. Fewer 15000. LR, Family iii

spreading diseases greateronce ---- -------- [Cabinet) FM atoroo 100. 8 Ay...... Galneavllle. P.... 1045 Riverside Ave., J.II.F" --- -- Room, la to..... I Acre -lots----Housee- or "'4

introduced into the track tape 150. LP 3767110. TF/Chg 32204. Itchg 6/9 8.7 acres-cor. 100.S at 100A - Mobile Home : I .
BRICK HOME 4 yr*. eld. record.(120, Bean Bale (4.Ftret .. 9 acree picture lied Owner .
--- - -- : reduced
areas. .. .t .lty ,WiiYf''brfIliiiI9'' t* (13400. fmencmg. from 4500. 1
3 BR. 2 both carpet .hewn behind Jiffy FOR SALE mobile home reasonably priced just off "
The room, CH/A. 4 ml. N. of Store halfway. between part and aupplle. OLIN'S bbile Home ......... ----- SR 16, !N.W. of town.. ----- 1 \
immunizations for children to ... off 301. 27000. 964- 10 acre lacing SR 230 and Waterfront Swam and I .
/ Keystone end Molreeo. Sat. MOBILE HOME SALES. 2" thru 6" - "jj
enter school now Include 6915. 9/26 TF/c'" 7 .... to 12 a.... 475-2888. Highway 100 Wt Starke. ervicc Poles Wlson Read 122,000.5'.crss Very nice large frame Ski on this beautiful clearwater '
-- --
lake 100' .. \1'
immunization against --_c- ------ 69GARAGE 964-5606. house corner let m town -
Itpd phone! TF/Chg Fast Rotary on
with 3 BR. I .bathe. 100 AMP lacing two graded water. Oa"3" late loft at I.
mumps. The other required HOME --- -- ---- 3 BR. 2 bathe, CHAA."r. .ti'! '
road 9000.
.
immunizations include CH/A .hardweed fleer. ALE-Cent- COUCH. AND CHAIR SALE 12O Drilling Equipment .. garage. 112,500 owner financing.MISCELLANEOUS :
P.... Dehmar'n --- -- ----- '
yard. (16995 ,
landscaped Hathaway Sere Dress shirts up. - .
cough. '
whooping 36.35 "
diptheria. measles and .....,. 964-5667. 5/26 Sung' 15 1/2" (350t; FI.,...... Dlicount. 2/3 TF/Cbg 200 AMP STATE LICENSED) sera. (56.500 o 15-20 aero tracts .high. laid :of",:,,

tetanus. polio e/9 Imperial, (8| Bermudaa 108"vnta LAWTEY los paved road Grahamarea.
BUILDINGS AH
Rubella measles. more --- --- --- --- 1.50; Suits (10)) Sport Coat UTILITY e.es,5..eue Small 5 room tram h.... Terma. : ?
commonly known as German FRAME HOUSE with 3BR. Slack 3. First hone aluminum, prewired re- I > rs4411S7 1.4 112,000. ZAcre.3BRCBIJ.use.elf .
(Si Purnp en aero -
ceptablaa, tight twitch. WwleloVlaTKfMfJ Bro....... Road 124,400.
t ho-II. \ II.
measles. brie utility ..Ildl... 20x40.on behind. Jiffy Store halfway and --- -- IU acre 2 .
Parents children who will Urge lot.41U W. Andrewe It.t.**. Koyiton. ..d Ughta, tongue groove New & Used 19.8 acres with nlc. 3BR ;mOe N.W. .f Starke. j.
be enrolled in school during St. (8,900 caab.. C..tact Molroeo. Sat. 7 .... to 12 floor delivered and set up. aI4115S tram* home 50000. GrWIs Loop 3 BR frame 1 i
available, to 48 bouse Beautiful Acre lot -
Financing on
; \:
up
'
T..rt McC.y. 964-7818. 6/9 -- --- nice double wide, I
this coming year are urged to ...*. 475.288& Itpd manthe to pay; 60 elxat.Snmkl Sales-Parts-Service Very 14500. 'I
check with their doctor or Itpd' 69DOUBLE of Stark,964-6020 Commercial bldg.. 15000. crooned .perch added, CH- I
-- --------- --- -- A, on one acre lot with t
NOW 1164-6021.5112 TF/c' E-Z Terms Restricted lot
health department WIDE TRAILER I 29 acres 33500. plenty of treee.Commercial budding
about their children'simmunization Lak LONGCUAMPHomeand neat Country Club Not p ?It!
lot ft
aid 1 Crystal --- -- --- -
status, as wellas WAV carpet, A/C. lOJWOt $10,000 PER YEAR Building PlumbingNew Beautiful f.,... 51.B acres property. hi many loft ownerImancmg. ,.., '
,. .
obtain the proper or 1 vacant lOt for 5000. PART TIME!! .!: 0. 301. Brick horn. with 2 town, over 15,000 eejuarefoot. 'f.,, I '
documentation for P...... 782-3326. 6/9 Ztpd Materials fireplace 3 BR 2 Bath*. Excellent bay.3 ---- I
$40,000 PER YEAR -WEBUILD- House A 30 Acre elf .,,
enrollment.The 6/16. Installation CH A A. bars tested
SR 100 South :'.
Just beyond
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Phone 782-3300 Program on WPXE 8 a.irt.. 'Laura BaptistSunday Mrs. Mamie Green visited '' 'their uncle and aunt, Mr. andMrs Wilbur Waters and family of
Sunday; Bible School 10 a.m.;. School 10 a.m.j; Worship Ser her cousins, Mrs. Ruby Cecil Whitehead, on Starke, Jimmy Higglnbotham
I.t t CHURCH ACTIVITIES Worship Services 11 a.m.'and vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; By Elizabeth Terry Green and Mrs. Dora Byrd of Sunday and all of them went to and children, Mr. and Mrs.
I 7:30: pm.. ; Prayer Meeting Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Maxville this week; see another uncle and aunt J.S. Waters and family, Mr.
I Church of God- Sunday Wednesday at 7:30: pm. 7 pm. volunteer parents toured the Wilson of Baker County Mrs. Lucille Ivey returned Mr.and Mrs. A.P. Hallman of and Mrs. Danny Waters and t
School 10 a.m.; Worship Service Grace United Methodist- Northslde Baptist- others through the Museum.The Nursing Home of Macclennyon home Saturday from Orange Keystone Heights,on Monday. family, and Mr. and Mrs.
' 11 c.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday School 9:45: a.m.: Sunday School 10 a.m.; Wor- children a nd parents were Tuesday. Park Hospital and is im- 'Mr. and Mrs.' Doc Mosley Rudy Higglnbotham and son.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Worship Services 11 a.m. and ship Services 11 a.m. and 3 amazed as they traveled Mrs. Bill Dobbs, Miss' proving steadily. visited A.C. Basford in River. Other guests were Harold
L 7:30p.m.YPEFrldayat7:30: ; 7:30: p.m.; Choir Practice 7 pm. on second and fourth through the different sections Denese Hardee and Albert Miss Melissa Mayo of side Hospital Jacksonville, on Eunice, Hulon Herndon, Mr. r
,. p.m. p.m.; MYF 7:43: on Wed Sundays; Prayer Band of the Museum. Volunteer Boyle of Middleburg attendedthe Hampton Lake spent from Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. Shad Starling and
Evergreen Baptlit nesday night.Highland Monday at noon. parents who chaperoned and Trinity Graduation Exercises Tuesday to Sunday with Miss Johnny Lee Rhoden of brother Brad who called I
Sunday School 10 a.m.; Worship Baptist Sunday St. John'i Missionary helped make the trip successful Friday night in Jack- Vickie Nicula. Shreveport, La. is spending during the afternoon.
Services 11 a.m. and 7 School 10 a.m.; Worship Ser- BaptistSunday School 10 were: Mrs. Erwin Muse, sonville. Miss Hardee took Mrs. O.J. Phillips spent the the summer with his grand Billy and Ray Wilson spent
pm.; T.U. 8 p.m.; Prayer vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; a.m.; Worship Services 11 Mrs. Edward Crews, Mrs. part in the graduation singing weekend with her son and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben four days in Tampa with some
I Meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at a.m. and 3 p.m.on second and Edward Orleman, Mr. and exercises. daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. McCulley.Mrs. former school friends from
,I'i' Faith Baptist Radio 7:30: p.m. fourth Sundays; Prayer band Mrs. Spurgeon Massey, Mrs. Sincere sympathy of the James Phillips and family of Louise Messer, Gainesville.Mr. .
Great 11'Monday at noon. Thomas Barnes, Mrs. William community is extended to Lake Butler. mother aunt, Mrs. Inez and Mrs. J.F. Robert.
I =- Good Cam B Buys r; Smyrna Missionary Griffis, and Mrs. Darlene Mrs. J.R. DeVore and other Wayne Harper and son, Johnson, counslns, Mr. and son were Sunday dinner
Baptist- Sunday School 10 Norman. Valarie Randolph, a relatives because of the deathof Timmy,of Starke visited their Mrs.Jackie Johnson and sons, guests of their son-in-law and
AUTO jjj a.m.; Worship Services 11 4th grade student, made an her husband who passed grandparents,. Mr. and Mrs. and brother, Lee, were daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C.K.
I aJlaJOO I I a.m. and 7 p.m.; BTS 5:45: outfit relating to how the away Friday. Carl Prevatt, on Sunday af- Saturday dinner guests of Cowan,and another daughter
pm.; Prayer Meeting Seminoles dressed during the Dixie Youth Baseball ternoon. Rev. and Mrs. Leonard Mrs. Edith Swinney.Mr. .
t SALES 7t at 1800's. Most of the children American and attended and Mrs. Henry Hodges
= Wednesday 7 p.m. National Mrs. Marian Hall of Melton. They also
I WIW IT> !rem!! bought souvenirs from the League second half. Jacksonville Beach and Mrs. homecoming at the church on flew to Dallas, Texas on
SCHOOL NEWS Museum. Monday, June 6, 5:45: Cora Hodges of Macclenny Sunday.Mr. Saturday and returned
J' V 1911 OLDS OMEGA 1976 CHEY. = Mrs. Thelma Knight's 5th Braves vs Lawtey Gold at spent Sunday afternoon wIth and Mrs. Duane Steeleand Sunday night for a celebrationof
I School closed for the 1976-77 grade class has been using the Lawtey. their sister, Mrs. Hester daughter Missie, of Apple their 13th wedding anniversary
-k Extra Sharp Red MALIBU CI school year on June 8. The Berkeley Health Program Tuesday, June 7, 5:45: Hicks. Creek, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs.: .Their sons, Hank and
.1 t I Stereo Air A/T 0X4995 first day of school for the 1977- during the last two six weeks. Lawtey Blue vs Giants at Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Sweat of John Steele, of Monroe Tenn.. Mark, spent the time with Mr.
: C. 4.000 Miles Sta. Wg Lots Of Extras 78 school year will be on Resource persons assistingwith Jacksonville, and Mr. and will spend some time with and Mrs. Snorkey Padgett,
I Monday, August 29. the program have been Wednesday, June 8, 5:45: Mrs. Virgil Griffis and familyof their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. and their' daughter, Sarah.!,
Parents who want to enroll Mrs. Margie Pratt, R.N. and Lawtey Gold vs Mets at Palatka were Sunday Lester Walker and family. spent the time with Mr. andMrs
$4395 kindergarten children must Dr. Rubin from the Bradford Starke. dinner guests of Mrs. Nellie Captain and Mrs. Russell Bill Dobbs and family.
: register them before the first County Health Department.The Mrs. Iva McKinney of Wilkinson and Mrs. Daisy Lines and daughter. Mr. and Mrs Casey Dobbs
day of school and they may students have used the Starke visited her cousin, Boch. Jaqueline, of Sumter, S.C. arrived and daughher, Terri, of
: g 1976 CHEV 1975 CHEY. BLAZER pick up the forms needed at Rescue Annie in study Mrs. Pierce Crews, on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wardof last Sunday and spent Jacksonville, spent Sunday
Lawtey Elementary or the resuscitation and observedthe afternoon. Starke spent Friday after until Friday with their afternoon with their parents,
I 1:1: 4-Wheel Drive Air School Board office in Starke. dissection of an animal's Mrs.' Charles Carter and noon with Mr. and Mrs. Arlie parents, Col. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs.
I MONTE CARLO Air Roll Bar The school administration, heart and lungs. The major Marcella and Mrs. Lois Carter Dobbs. Other guests were William Wilson, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
CI faculty and staff wish to thank emphasis of the unit has beenon visited their aunt, Miss Mrs Ruby Dobbs of Raiford, Mr. and Mrs. James Waters Harper and son of Wauchula,
the parents and citizens of media and other visual aidsin Debbie Phillips of Macclennyon who was a Sunday night t had a family reunion at their arrived Friday night lor II
: $4895 $4795J; Lawtey for their support studying the respiratory Sunday of last week. Supper guest of the Dobbs. home on Sunday. Those visit with their grandmother,
during the school year. system. Mr. and Mrs. James Andersof present were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C.R. Crews. On Saturdayall
.u- ". I Parents are always welcomeat Ronnie Chamberlin returned Palatka visited their Arthur Miller and Mr. and of them visited her son-in-
the school and we hope that PERSONALSMr. to his Midway Island mother, Mrs. O.J. Anders, on Mrs. Lyle Schmehl and law and daughter, Mr. and
This WeeksI c many more will visit the Station in Hawaii after Saturday and took her home daughter of Jacksonville, Mr. Mrs. Tommy Clayton, and
I classes next year. and Mrs. James Anders spending three weeks with his with them for the weekend. and Mrs. Buford Higgin- son, Tom, of Jacksonville. On
I Miss Cuttino and Mrs. of Palatka were Memorial wife, Mrs. Cheryl Cham- While here all of them visited botham and 'Mr. and Mrs. Sunday they visited the
j Hamilton took their 4th grade Day dinner guests of their berlin, and baby Jamie and their aunt, Mrs. Hester Hicks. E.D. Higginbotham and sons Harper's parents, Mr. and
I Specials : classes and three 5th gradersto mother, Mrs. O.J. Anders. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kellyof of Maxville. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Glen Crews, and familyof
tour the Florida State Mrs. Marian Hall of Chamberlin.While home, they Lake Worth spent Saturdayto Michael Waters and family of Keystone Heights for the
F Museum in Gainesville on Jacksonville Beach, Nancy fixed a family dinner in his Tuesday with their parents, Middleburg, Betty Jane afternoon The Harpers returned -
i I. May 13. Mrs. Hamilton's class and Ann, and Mrs. Cora honor. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly, Morgan and ,Mr. and Mrs. home on Sunday night.
> 1972 CHEYEllE has been studying about the Hodges of Macclenny, were
1972 DODGE early Indians, the Timucuans Memorial dinner guests! of '
'' and the Seminoles. The field their sister, Mrs. Hester -
i
AlT.Air.307V8 PICKUP "'JI trip related very much to Hicks. HAMPTON AREA NEWSFrancis I
Florida's Indian Culture Mrs. Mae Wells, Miss
during the 1500's.Miss Cuttino Elizabeth Terry and Miss by Dolores Meng Meng attended a
I $60000 $1250 toured the children by groups Arthurine Blanchard were Phone 4681915CANCERFUND was accompanied by her Students from the 4th. 5th bridal shower at Crystal Lakeon
ML71971 through the Cave, as Mrs. guests her sister Miss Enza grandmother, Mrs. Madge and 6th grades who played in May 30 for Joanna Knep-
Hamilton. Mrs. Brown and Blanchard. and Mrs. Thelma Sullivan. the Softball Invitational per, June 25 bride-elect of
: CNEY. IMPALA 1974 CHEY. PICK UP 5 --- MU -- -. .- -. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Games held in Starke on June Norman Thomas Young.,
Griffen visited their daughterand with schools did Mr. and Mrs. James
.1 Mrs. Ina Home is still accepting 4 area a
Bed Air. AIT CI I I. Dwight Slater'sFood donations toward the son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. splendid job in winning the Nessmith accompanied their
N. A/T Low miles Long a American Society Cancer Michael Henderson, in first two games they played. son and family, Mr and Mrs.
& Seat = Fund. Any assistance will be Charleston, S.C. over They were coached by Thomas Nessmith, to Daytona
appreciated! Memorial Day weekend. Principal Connie Clark, Lucy Beach on June 5. They attended
$56500 $2795M Michael was promoted to Hodges and Claudette graduation exercisesfor
Open US, 301>1 S. CONGRATULATIONS Petty Officer2-C and is on the Peterson. This was a good their grandson, Thomas
01 7 AM12 PM S Walnut St Navy Submarine Tecumseh. experience in teamwork by all Edward Nessmith, Jr. who
: 1973 MAZDA iI Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan was The Griffens enjoyed lovely involved! who was president of his classat
1969 rEINEKENS pleasantly surprised on June 1 scenery and played putt-putt Dan Smith from the Daytona Beach Seabreeze
BUSCH 12 Oz. NR Btls. golf. Bradford County Library In High School and was given
4 Cyl Pick Up by the good news that she was
V.W AS IS BEER the lucky winner of $100 given Starke made a big hit at the special recognition. He plansto
Air COndition CI BEER 6 Pk away in the Piggly Wiggly SCHOOL NEWS school when he appeared at study Nuclear Research
t 1 19 Imported From 39 Bingo Games. It couldn't have Hampton accompanied by a with the U.S. Navy in October.
f $40000 $1595 : Holland 8 PK happened to a nicer person Don Roberts presided at the talking robot who invited the Tom will be enjoying a
and we know this award will May 31 meeting of the students to participate in the Caribbean Cruise before entering
1 PABST be put to good use! Hampton Elementary PTA special summer reading the Navy.
SCHW MALT held in the school library. program planned at the The Nessmith family oc
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS" ca i I BLUE RIBBON SENIOR CITIZENS Mrs. Ruth Riddick as the library beginning June 20. Mr. cupied 14th floor room at the
a COLT 4S Nomination Committee Smith explained there will be Plaza Motel in Daytona and
1" tots. j 09Ytardeer Members of the Senior Chairman presented the following books records and special had a lovely balcony view of
473-4470 & 4734078I 2 Ct.. Citizens Club who attended slate of officers for reelection programs available for all the Atlantic Ocean. They returned -
<.< r . . their meeting on June 3 talked to a second year in ages. home Tuesday after a
-- about the good time they had office: President Don delightful time at the beach
on the recent outing they enjoyed Roberts; Vice President area
at Silver Springs. They Quentin Ford; Secretary HAMPTON LAKE NEWS
also made plans for a covered Elaine Smith and Treasurer -
dish dinner to be held at their Cathy Williams. These were Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Oliver $3, 720 Collected
next meeting on June 17 whichis unanimously accepted to have returned from Fort
scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. serve for the 1977.78 term. Lauderdale where they attended For Cancer Fund
at the City Hall. Mr. Roberts appointed Mrs. graduation exercisesof
Jolene Friese to serve as their grandson, Danny The Bradford Chapter of the
MEETINGSThe Carnival Chairman since she Gehron, son of Mr. and Mrs. American Cancer Society has
did such an outstanding job in James Gehron. Danny was collected $3.620 in donations
Hampton VolunteerFire that capacity last year. among 652 students graduatedfrom towards its goal of 3720.
Department meets Principal Connie Clark South Plantation High Workers for the ACS in
Monday evening,June 13, at 8 presented Certificates of School.On Bradford County have been
p.m. at the fire house and Appreciation to the PTA of- June 10 Mr. and Mrs. going house to house in the
needs support of everyone in ficers and commended them Oliver plan to attend the county in an effort to raise the
the community interested in for their faithful work. Mr. graduation of another $1,300 needed to reach the
saving their property from Clark distributed booklets of grandson Steven Earnest son .
fire damage.The the Student Conduct and Dis- of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace goal.A spokesman for the ACS
Hampton City Councilis cipline Code recently compiled Collins. Steven graduatesfrom said the business communityhas
DELIGHT scheduled to meet Tuesday at the County offices by Bradford High with a been "great" in contri-
BUY ONE CHARBROILED evening, June 14, at 7:30: p.m.in School Superintendent Tom football scholarship to Clinton butingdonations. Checks may
the City hall. Casey and his staff. Parents Miss., besides participating be mailed to the American
GET ONE FREE. Mrs. Margaret Wadsworthand were urged to read this in weight lifting Cancer Society, P.O. Box 366
children enjoyed booklet and make any sugges-. sports. Steven is just 4-Mt Starke.
Memorial Day at Crescent tions they desired for con- hours older than Danny! Co- Memorials may be mailedto
Bring the tickets below to any participating our famous Big TWin and our superstar.charbroiledthe Beach with Timmy Saxon as sideration when the final con incidentally, their mothersare Mrs. Margaret Miller in
Hardee's and be treated to three of the Big' Deluxe Now second buy any of tree our Get two their guest. census of conduct code is pre- sisters and shared the care of the Community Bank,
one
and a
headliners in the Hardee Variety Show delights get Show! Robbin Wadsworth spent sented to Tallahassee about. same hospital room when Starke.A .
ol at the Hardees Variety
one
Theres our all-time favorite Cheeseburger. for the price May 29 with her great grand July 1.Among. Steven and Danny made their release from the' ACS
mother Mrs. Katherine Hampton students first appearance. They have i reports that in the thirties,
Wadsworth, and her aunt, participating: in the Band always enjoyed a close ;less than one in five cancer
BUY ONE Mrs. Lilla Barber, in' Jack Concert held at the Bradford relationship! seeming more .patients were saved. Toddy,

e 3 sonville. Mrs. Barber told of High School auditorium on like brothers than first one in three are saved. It said
; BIG DELUXE; her travels to the Orient and June 2 were: Teresa cousins.Mr. that medical experts believe
brought along lovely gifts for Bauldree, April Prevatt, and> Mrs. Randy that one out of every two
Robbin and her brothers: Jimmy Joyner, Granetta Scoggins enjoyed the visit of patients afflicted with cancer
i GET ONE Jerry, Jody and Justin. Ramsey, Darla Roberts, D.J. Randy's sister and brother-in- could be saved with early
Robbin also heard Anita Riddick, and Karen Wilson. law Mr. and Mrs. Michael detection and treatment.
Bryant sing at Trinity College Director Michael Woodfin has Sistrunk, and children, Tracy
1 J FREE. on this visit. On June 5, been making weekly visits to and Mary Elise, who have Areas that have not yet
Robbin attended the graduation the school to prepare the been visiting from Indianola, reported their receipts include
1. Bnng Ifii*and ttckvt:gel to on any**.participatingMarcfcws .Bg. D.4uiafcI of her cousin Dona students and his efforts are Miss. Lawtey, Reno, Brooker, and
:. C'.It> aman.noubY/Y" ._..th an the Y Sullivan, In St. Augustine and appreciated. Mrs. Paul Meng and Mrs. the town of Hampton. '_

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