Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 16, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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cuaRak1YFEDERA 1977 will likely go down in p.m. Tuesday. Radio station their downard trend, with load"''of around 10,000 KW'I demand barring 'the breakdown the area temperatures will *" I

weather history as the year of WPXE recorded highs of 95 water being lost by .early this week; with some of a major unit,, probably increase each day in 4
i extremes-extremely cold in Saturday 96 Sunday, 98 evaporation faster than 6,000 being supplied by Starke which there is no rain the
l 40ANI January and Februaryand Monday and 97 Tuesday received. The Florida Forest generators, and around 4,000 According to the National weather service said. It is not
j & extremely hot in June Service reported a plague of coming from the tie-in with Weather Service office in unusual for such high ,
._- breaking records that were While the sun was pouringon small fires with timberlands Florida Power & Light. The Jacksonville more of the pressure systems to hang over
i r Jl the heat, the sky was same hot-dry weather couldbe an area this long but Is w
'set in the 1880's.Camp In a so-called "tinder box"condition previous peak in past sum.
holding back on needed but fortunately no mers'.has been around 8,200 expected at least through unusual for there to be so little
Blanding recorded rainfall with summer KW Wednesday. Meteoroligists moisture In the weather
fires have gotten out of controlin > Without the FPL tie-in ,
sizzling highs over the thundershowers usually this The public was for' a maximum of explained that for the last 90 system.A .
area. 4,200
weekend starting with 100 on offering relief during this urged to use extreme cautionto Starke's total generating days a high pressure mound cool front is expected to 1
Saturday; soaring to 104 period failing to materialize.No prevent fires, however. capacity would be 8,400( has been entrenched over bring tome relief by today
Sunday 105 Monday and measurable rain was assuming all North Florida and South (Thursday, June 19) and
another 104 Tuesday. received in the county since operable. generators were Georgia blocking; off the moist perhaps bring some showers.
Starke was only a ''few June 6, when Bradford tropic airthat usually sweeps The long range forecast is for
degrees behind. but the time received an average of 1.2 With air conditioners this area. causing afternoon higher rainfall and lower and caused smart enes to
Soaring temperatures surpassed and temperature clock at inches and Union County working overtime, in spite of Power plant officials expected thunderstorms.! temperatures than normal for find way to beat the heat.
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J .c; ,,7th Issue Thursday June 16, 1977 Copy ;

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rd.County teachers and administrators are in'the
process of bargaining for their fall contracts and at this point
have completed the first discussion of six of the 29 proposed

,, articles that will make up the cop tract. r
--i The Bradford Education Association, which does the teacherbargaining Camp Meeting
has met with the Bradford School Board Negotiating .
Bradford Middle School A Honor Roll students for the sixth Debbie Diane Dennis, Sherra and Laura have made the all '
team seven times in the past two months, the most recent -
l-r Debbie ParA-Ilonor roll four times this and has been it
and final sixth-week grading period are ): year Nancy on
being Tuesday afternoon and very few items have been de- !
menter Diane Blzier Dennis* Chesser .Sherra Molt. Nancy twice. cided. Most items have been deferred to be discussed at a later
Wallace and Laura Oehler. date.C.E. Douglas Business Manager of the School Board and a To Kick-Off

member of the Bradford County Negotiating team said he ex-
pects the negotiations to continue on until the latter part of July.

I 6 Earn At BMSFor He said the major disputes are over the first ten articles

Straight-A's which are;i Concerned with: lounge and .off-street. .

Recognition Management parking conditions( the July Salute
Rights;and Responsibilities, teachers want there to be
the sixth and final Deborah Lynn Parmenter, Hersey Martin James Teena Kathleen Griffis, Association: and Teacher "sufficient" parking "exclusively" ,
grading period of the year at 14. eighth grade daughter\ of Hunter Hope Michelle Sharle Michelle Hankerson I{ 19 tt.3. .Negotiation for their All I
use. \ 964-8011 or Bill Wilson at the ;
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Par- 'Jackson, Camilla Fay Chrisandra Louise Hamilton '' An old lime meeting
Bradford Middle School all six ,(free": -.Jj
.P "e '
:, : : G t1tvanee-< J K'.tbeceVitonsfihave; ( { ,beea
menter of has been- *1 llvh'gstonMaryr Catherine Lynette'Denise Hamilton' is:: will atdrt0ltttf5a.yearsf'ourthrs ';aChatnbyr 2[J\9.JP.mfr Al 7! ..
: :.students-were returning all A" Hampton ; Procedures,. Teaching Con- 'deferred, .as no agreement : '. :It'I ":'
Roll four times Lynn Mcintosh -' Kathy 'Marie Henderson of July festivities for Bradford 5278.
Honor Roll members and five on the A-Honor Martin, Regina ditions, Class Size and Class could be reached.In .
Trophies for the best
Randall Franklin Joseph Michael Herres Linda and will be
of them for the fourth time. this year. Load TeacherInstructionalAide County complete .1
Nancy Lea Wallace 13, Is Merritt, Lois Lynette Moore Louise Lewis Donna Gail fact a good portion of the with parade, speeches, commercial, best church, best
The straight-A students Tommie Sue Mar- Relationship school and the best youth ,
the seventh grade daughter of Suzanne Newport Lisa Marsh and1 Student first six articles discussed watermelon eating and a
represent less than one per- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Norman Randy Caesar shall, 'Melissa Ann Mayo, Discipline and General have been deferred, accordingto greased pig.Coordinator. groups float will be awarded. I
cent of the student body of 735. Crawford of Starke. Nancyhas Parado Kimberly Joyce Mary Ann Miller, Luana Green said. The parade will
He said it is difficult
Practices. Douglas. Green
Employment Harry
A-Honor Roll students are: been on the A-Honor Roll Sorrells Amy Louise Layne Mu'ndorff Emily stop at the courthouse for flag :
to reach the said for
agreement plans an "old-
Diane Yvonne Bizier, 13, twice this year. Starling Karen Denise Elaine Mott Vickie Genelle There will be''no final first time around, but said fashioned" Fourth are coming raising sponsored by the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Students in the seventh Thorpe Lynn Marie Wallace, Nicula Thersa Lynn Powell written agreement accordingto after these items have been together real good." Green American Legion and then
Clermont Bizier of Starke. A grade on the A-B Honor Roll and Daryl Leo Thornton. John Joseph: Powell, Regina Douglas until each articleis looked at a second time, there said a community wide "tent continue to the, fairgrounds.
seventh grader, Diane has are: Eighth grade students on Rena Rasnick Suzette agreed upon. Right now should be little trouble in meeting" will be held Sunday Green said groups from
been on the A-Honor Roll four Wilbur Drew Andrews Tina the A-B Honor Roll are: Theresa Rodrlquez Paula there are just proposals andcounterproposals1 reaching an agreeable night, July 3, beginning with Union and Bradford County
times this year. Marie Best Vickie Lynn Charlene Mary Beam Michelle Sapp, Kelly Elaine compromise.One singing at 6:30: p.m. interested in being a part of
Carver, Lourdes Maria Vaunda Lynn Brown, Janice Slade Kimberley Lavette the celebration should contact
Dennis Michael Chesser 11, Castaneda, Rebecca Lynn Adele Browning, Kimberly Slocum( Tract Elizabeth Douglas said, though, that item has been totally The all night meeting. him. Clubs are also being
is the seventh grade son of Mr. Brenda Sue Smith. David Wayne Sparks there is "a lot of concern" Green said would be non-
Cooney, Scot Craft. Anne Buhler on passed, and, oddly enough, it asked to sponsor an activity at
and Mrs. Willis E. Chesser of Sherry Louise Davis Teresa Dorminey Deanne Lynn Deborah Joyce Thorpe and both sides in getting a final is the one concerning the denominational and will the fairgrounds following the
Starke. Dennis has been on the Ann Harley, Tammy Renee Gaskins, June Eileen Griffis, Melissa Leigh Winkler. agreement written up. negotiations procedures. It consist of preaching at 7:30: parade. Each club would :
A-Ilonor Roll four'times this '8:30: and 9:30: p.m. The singingwill
award ribbons only in the
year.Sherra. Sharon Brower, spokesperson describes when the 1978-79 be by area church choirs
is for the Education Asso contract can be written up and and events. ,
Deann Mott 14, groups gospel groups.
Some of the events already
Mr. and Mrs. Planned could estimateas when negotiation sessions Green said church
the daughter of elation give no any group
Complex said
Housing confirmed Green are
Kenneth K. Mott of Kingsley to when she feels the talks may be, three and one-half .wanting to participate in the
the greased pig, greased pole,
hours and the caucus right of
Lake. Sherra has been on the may be completed. singing should contact Don
watermelon eating, horse
A-Honor Roll four times this both parties. Denton at 9645079.
Shesaidthatinessencethe Green added there would be shoe pitching battle of the :
,year. For Cherry Church StreetsA Last year after over five barrels with water hoses, and i\
Laura Alexandra Oehler. 12, teachers want to keep the months of negotiations and no solicitation on the part of Softball games.A I
is the seventh grade daughterof good things they already after a special master had any group. The only thing baking contest will serve l la
and Mrs Howard have change the things they will be refreshments
Mr. costing
On three has said been called money double Ribbons will f;
new apartment setup is May 16, 1977 Bowers con- In. an agreementwas purpose. r
of Starke. Laura has feel get ,
Oehler coming to Starke, with cost building permits were filed by struction should start in about are wrong finally reached. This be awarded for the best en ,
the A-Honor Roll four feel needed. 4 festivities will
been things they are begin
on estimates now at about Don Bo Qers of Bradco another 60 days but Elmer R. agreement cost the teachers July tries. Then the entries will be J; i'
this with from the north I
times year. $116,000 but exactly when it Builders. One was for a 50 foot Conner, owner of the propertysaid $64,000 in back pay and was a parade served as dessert along with a +'
will be built is still in the by 50 foot one-story structureto there's "a lot still up in Some of the 'major items the original proposal that the side of the high school on dinner prepared by the I *\

making.. be made of brick. The the air" and said it may be a discussed Tuesday afternoonwere school board negotiating team Washington Street said Lawtey Theressa Brooker ii,
i lat+r i ir' On June H, 1976. Francis permit states it is to be a twobedroom few months before con- : The amount of planningtime had presented. The prooosal Green.the Fire trucks from all 'and Bradford County fire I \,
would in the
teacher have
,' and Jeanette Williams of duplex apartment struction begins. a was passed in January, and departments county departments. The dinner of
;;; ,:::-;:: each day, the teachers want will participate along with the
':: '::::'-: Hampton. Virginia sold the located at Adkins and Cherry Conners said he would like the teacher raise was made American bar-b-cue: pork or beef with all
for middle
two Legion
-------' old Darby property located Streets.A to gear these apartments to periods a day effective Dec. 13, but from the trimmings will cost $1.50.) \ "
.:. .::;.: between Cherry and Church second permit was taken the retiree market and said it and high school teachers and September until the effective Guard, Boy Scouts Shriners, Green urged that people get a I ,'
;: Streets and out for there will be about one period for elementary 4-H, Jaycees, the :
running alongsideof triplex apartmentswith probably date the teachers were paid ticket at the Chamber '
Adkins St. to Elmer R. two bedrooms with the three buildings: of triplex.As school teachers the compensatory the old salary which is the Bassmasters and the beginning June 20. Hot dogs I 1-\
time that would be Service. He said he
Conner and Nolan L. Conner. same dimensions and building reason for the loss. Forestry and hamburgers: will also be i
of Conner said it's given a teacher for not takingthe is waiting to hear from city t
of Gainesville. The land en- materials as the above but to now available said Green.
compassed the north half of be located at Adkins and really hard for him to say duty-free lunch period, the and county officials if they
j 1 lots 4 and 11,. and all of lots Church Streets. The third exactly what will be built and teachers want the time they will participate In the paradeor The dinners will defray the r F.
Thursday June 14 five six. seven, eight nine permit states a building is to when it will begin as could take off for working The two groups have only sponsor a car. cost of the days activities said t :
and ten of Block 13. be a one-story structure 25 everything is still in the during this period to be unlimited been at the bargaining tablesa Green and will not be used to '
Green said those had ; :
Bradford County tentative including the the facilities in the little over a month now but groups raise money. '
The properly has been feet by 75 feet and have brick stage
Hospital Board faculty lounge the teachers they hope to complete the bargaining already confirmed but any and awards '
appraised at a value of 7500. covering with asphalt financing which has not been I Speech making
Of Trustees want a refrigerator and a lot sooner than last other group wishing to participate will the celebration in the I'
worked out Con- cap
and is set in an R-1 Residential shingles. It is to be a two totally yet. should contact him at '
7p.m.Friday 1-3 zoning area. bedroom triplex apartment. ners added. cooking apparatus In each year. ''early evening. Colonel '
Howard Dunn of Keystone F Jf I 1
June 17 Heights former Vietnam { jijj'
prisoner of war will be the |I I'\]%\

LVFO 9a.m.-4p.m Car Wash: Bradford, Health Care Problems Aired Tuesdayunable main Instead speaker.of, fireworks this f 'I

At LawUy year. Green said the National I

COf'rectlonallnst.Saturday What's the matter with the vices available to the com- time. By 1978, though this to do so before hand them back through tax the meeting included Guard will put on something I
health care service. in munity. Many people do not problem should be alleviated, will foot the bill, with the dollars. maternity care Medicare and "spectacular."
June IS Bradford County know what services 'are as the state if the county i is county eventually paying Other problems discussed at Medicaid, Food Stamps and "This is a community effort -

available to them so they are road markings. ," said Green as he urgedall
Rummage Sale Well, after a meeting of the unable to take advantage of interested groups and .;
Benefit Miss North Central Florida Health them. Not only education as to Wreck Charge 58 Against City. Resident Dropped These problems, accordingto individuals to get in touch with i
Ttieressa Flame Contest Planning Council (NCFHPC) what is available is needed Health Planner Muffy him or Bill Wilson and become 't
At in Starke Tuesday night, there but it was also stressed that 'Florida Highway Patrol the left, Mrs. Williams turned became a"matter of principlewith Rudner wiU be discussed and part of the' old fashioned
seems to be plenty. there is a need for financial 'charge flied April 16 against left onto Broadway Street. me. along with the celebration. y \
Monday June 70 management education for Margaret Louise Williams of The front of the police cary 'It wasn't the easy way, butit problems from the other IS
The meeting was held with the consumers. Starke were dismissed b collided with the side of Mrs. was the right way....becauseI counties and two( Systems Registration Deadline '
Bradford County the intent of getting input County Judge Elzie Sanders, Williams car. Mrs. Williams I nearly threw in the towel." Plans will be worked out- one For Beef ReferendumIs
School Board from the citizens of Bradford after a hearing in his office( who said Searcy had the Mrs. Williams said she felt five year long range plan and Friday June 17
7p.m. County, one of the 16 counties Many people live on fixed June 9.Mrs. lights on his patrol car but not she was in the right all the one one year short range plan.
comprising the council's area incomes that are low and .Williams was charged the siren had several witnesses time. It was the first time she The beef referendum vote Is I
Tuesday, Jon 21 of concern as to the problems don't know how to manage the with improper change of lane back her account. had ever been involved in an These plans will be an attempt only a few days away, and all
they run into in the attempt to> money they have to best fulfill when her car collided with a Mrs.Williams was found not accident and she said it was a to alleviate the owners of beef in 1976 are .,
Stark Council get adequate'health care in the health needs of their Starke patrol car, driven by guilty by Judge Sanders and matter of great' embarrassment problems in the health care in eligible to vote but must be
7p.m., the area. 'families. Patrolman Willie J. Searcy. "1t sort of restored my faith in to her, and caused a the region. The funding for registered by Friday June 17. .
One major problem seemedto Searcy was driving East on the judicial system. Isn't it great deal d stir in her family any programs will be throughthe If the referendum is passed
cefm be the amount of response SR-100 with his siren and wonderful that you can still with relatives calling from out Department of Health two-thirds of one percent will
time needed by an ambulanceto The 911 emergency number''' lights oa responding to a nil get a fair hearing.even when of state to. see what was. Education and Welfare and be deducted from any beef I''
Ihit (Community! reach certain areas, such as was also discussed. If bicyclist call on Old Lawtey the other fellow is wearing a wrong., ,the state.. ,sale In order to promote the Y: 9 ;
fctatr Sank Brooker,where it may take an someone is in Brooker and Road when tits accident occurred badge" she said.It Mrs. Williams complimented sale of beef 'in the' United +
ambulance up to 20 minutes to calls that number, it rings in according to the took a deal of Judge Sanders and 'NCFHPC gives the memo States according to' Freda
reach someone in need. Gainesville!;, as Brooker circuits Florida Highway Patrol courage for greato throughtwo said the judge did not favor bers of the community' an .Griffis,Program Assistant for .
ACMWIN...New._IfWvrM UT are hooked ,up with hearings when she was her or the policeman, but said opportunity to have a say In the Agricultural Stabilization
kv Another area 9f.'concernwas Gainesville. ; This- charged i with fair and he the way health care service Is and Conservation Service
pal Onn lmur.itc the exposure of the ser- delays in emergency response William's car a 1975 Ford on I Mrs. Williams said but, "It, law ,1> administered' in'!;-their. area., -" -lACSir'( ) :'' 'o', ''I'> .

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Georgia Waters Towed, Mark July The wedding 16 Richardson will take placeon tfceiat SPtde / Sf lte JW/ / !

July 16 at 7 p.m. at the
Church of Jesus Christ orLatter Society Jitor 964-7608

Day Saints, with the a jfaJyt Wooty ...... 'I __ ..- ____- ... ... v-------
reception following at ".
church.All .
friends and relatives. are Six Couples Donna Prevatt And Michael HartleyMiss I
MMY't.. invited to attend.:

Hold Internatl. Donna Susan Prevatt' Wed June 1 11 1 At First Baptist ChurchWoman's I
Thomas ReunionSet 1a and Michael L. Hartley were
DinnerPartySix united in marriage Saturday, Club of Starke. Two
June 19 June 11, at 7:30: p.m. In the arrangements of daisies, blue
couples enjoyed an First Baptist Church with carnations and baby's breathin
At Beulah BaptistThe' International supper party Rev. Ben P. Bryant performing Grecian urns were placed
Saturday evening June 5, at the nuptials. at points of interest.
William and Louisa the home of Mr. and Mrs. The bride is the daughter of Mrs Joan T. Chitty greetedthe
Wilson Thomas family Blliabeth Crews Clermont Bizier. ,. Mr. and Mrs. James T guests at the door and pre-
reunion will be held at Beulah Each couple brought a dish Prevatt, Jr of Starke. The sented them to the receiving: kYl
Church SR-21 in Mrs.Crews of their own country and was groom is the son of Mr: and composed of the bride and
tIeurgla Baptist on : ..
) and their parents. Mrs.
O. of
(between served buffet style. Mrs. Lawrence Hartley groom
Clay Keystone County Heights and Middle- Celeb J' The dining table was St. Augustine. Eddy Hazen kept the bride's
covered with Decorating the alter were book. .'1 1I
burg six miles north of Gold a white linen
(; WatersMr. Head State Park) this Sunday, 80th BirthdayMrs. cloth and centered with a two white Grecian urns of The bride's ,table was l t
white satin
covered with
Father's silver coffee service and a white daisies, blue carnationsand a
June 19, Day.
and Mrs. L.V Waters The program will begin with Elizabeth Crews single yellow rose in silver baby's breath against a' cloth and centered with a four.tiered
wedding cake topped I
the bud background of arch can-
announce services vase.
the worship
morning celebrated her 80th
of their birthdayon with delabra with white tapers with fresh flowers and en-
marriage daughter. covered dish Attending Mr.and Mrs.
at 11 a.m., with
Sunday a party given
circled with fern and daisies.
Mark decorated with \
Madeline to Bizier
were Mr and Mrs.
Georgia luncheon 12:45: p.m., and a by friends and her family at
Richardson son of Mr. and business meeting.All her home on 301 North. Spyros Drivas, Dr. and Mrs. There were two tree candel- The cake was flanked by two
Mrs.! James T. Richardson of relatives and friends are Pete Felos,Dr. and Mrs. Keirt abras centered around a pyra- silver candelabras with
Kaiford cordially invited to attend. Sundusadee, Dr. and Mrs. S. mid candelabra and unity burning white tapers and
MIss Waters is a graduate of Approximate 45 enjoyed Sarnt and Mr. and Mrs. candles. There were also two decorated with white daisies,
Union County High. School, Mrs. Crews. Burrell Hamon. fern balls on each side of the blue carnations and baby'sbreath.
alter Mrs, Dolph E. Red-
class of 77. Alan Harrison of Fort
Mr. Richardson also Lauderdale spent the weekend School Food Ser vice Employees Presenting a program of dish and Mrs. Ed Cooksey of
graduated( from Union County with his grandparents, Mr nuptial music were Mrs St. Augustine cut the cake.
High School in 1975. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison.PBL1PL1LW& .- George Canova, organist, The punch tables were
End Year With FInstallation etirement[ & Miss Cindy Canova, pianist covered with white satin
-- and Miss Kathy Taylor ana cloths and centered with
William McRae, soloists. silver punch bowls encircledwith .
orders C'Q'IIJ Lun cheon clusters of ;'
Mr. Hartley attended his greenery "
\ \ Weyc 0",,, white grapes and daisies. /
best Ushers
\ son as man. were / ,
Ga enCOme 'e".s- The Bradford County School members. Mrs. Dorothy Mrs.
Prevatt, brother of the Pouring punch were
\ 9ffiaJUf Brown, president Mrs. Jimmy j).. :r _
Food Service Association ;
Donald Carter, Ms. Linda Kay
\ ( ended the school year with a Mildred Downing president- ville bride,;Keith Bobby Kelly Tyler of Waldo of Gaines( and Johns, Mrs.'Jim Kimrey and "(," ., \ r.. 'I .
elect; Mrs. Louise Par- .' '
retirement and installation Bill I\
Greg Hartley, brother of the Mrs. Barclay r., ;
luncheon at the Holiday Inn menter, secretary; Mrs. Donnie Francis was Assisting in serving and : '.. ""
Friday, June 10. Blonnie Derkman, treasurer; groom. caring for the guests were I I
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and Mrs. Amandalene I'
Mrs. Florrie Brown, Chandler Mrs. Gregory A. Alvarez Mrs. Merv Jackson, Mrs. K.E.
chapter reporter.All
honored on) her retirement by attended her sister! as matronof Patterson, Mrs. Norman
her fellow workers for the 20 incoming officers were IJ. .
honor. Bridal attendantswere Redding and Mrs. Arthur I
U.S. 301 N., Starke 964-6567 years of dedication she gaveto presented with corsages. Miss Linda Cooksey, Gaskins of Starke, Mrs. J.G.
working in the Bradford Twenty-eight members were cousin of the groom, of St. Kavolski, Mrs. L.O. Davis and
Largest In Bradford County County school lunch program, present to enjoy the luncheon. Augustine, and Mrs. Mitch Mrs. R.E. Barclay of St. (
FOOT LONG was presented with a gift as a Brannen of Lake Butler. Augustine and Mrs. Carl iiiM ,J
$125 memento of the occasion. Christian Youth The matron of honor and Edwards of Brooker.
STEAKS Mrs. Mildred Downing was attendants were dressed alikein Passing out rice bags and \
recognized for her 25 years of scrolls were Misses Michelle
light blue Quiana gowns.
Hamburger 60' Turkey 85 service in the school lunch Have Ice Cream The front empire bodice was Sexton,Marcia Cooksey, AmyJo .J)4
program and received a gift June ? gathered to a band and the Carter,Leigh Ann Cooksey.
as a memento of the occasion. Party Beth Francis, and Lisa
back featured
Cheeseburger 65' Foot Long Dogs 15'Super Delores a yoke with self
Mrs. Morgan
pre- ofbaby's Alvarez and John David
tie. They wore a circle
the _
sented the following 1977-78 The youth of First Francis, Traci, Riccard and
Long Chili breath in their hair and
Cheeseburgerf11Foot officers to the association Christian Church of Starke Robin Riccard.
carried of white
Ham 8 5' or Slaw DogSausage 85 had an ice cream party daisies, blue nosegays carnations andbaby's Following a wedding trip to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hartley "
Thursday, June 9, at the home the West coast of Florida the

Roast Beef 85* Foot Long 95 COUNTY TilE BRADFORD TELEGRAPH of Lake.Happy Cooley on Kingsley breath. couple will reside at Kingsley Prevatt, Hartley Dinner HonoreesMiss
Dog Published Given in marriage by her Lake.

Corned Beef 85' Fish Sandwich 65 138.W.every Call Thursdayat Street Swimming and homemadeice Quiana father, the gown bride wore with a white high Bradford The bride High is a School graduate andSant.a of fiance Michael Donna Hartley Prevatt were and tapers.The honored couple
Starke,Florida 32091 along with other
cream honored at a rehearsal dinner presented I their attendantswith
Hot Dogs 50' French Fries 3 5' Second Class activities were enjoyed. had neckline a cameo and cap yoke sleeves.with It will Fe graduate Community at Collegeand Christ- following their wedding personal gifts.
postage paid
rehearsal last
50'Grill Brussell and Venice lace and mas from the University of Thursday
Onion Rings Starke., FloridaSubscription Attending were Lynne evening at the Garden Out of town ul'sL'II t're
Florida with In
Chili or Slaw Dogs 55' seed pearl accents. The North a degree
Johns, Bruce Johns Hoagie
education. Restaurant given by his Greg Hartley, brother of the
Cheese 55'Corn flowing empire skirt had a elementary
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r' Paula Tanner and Donald Wheeler-: Betty Jne Gordon and Tim Hawkins Wed June 3 At Pine Level Baptist Church 1

: Wed J one 3 In First Baptist ChurchMiss The Pine Level Baptist with wide lace. Her long train, flowers made from the
Church was the setting for the attached to a headpiece v .. material of the girl's dresses.
Paula Elaine Tanner, marriage of Betty Jane made of white net trimmed in Mrs. Jerald Baldwin and Miss
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon, daughter of Mr. and ,, lace. She wore a silver locket Virginia Kenney poured
'. Eugene Tanner, and Donald Mrs. Morris Castell of Starke and carried ''a cascade of punch. .,
Steven Wheeler son of Mr. to Timothy Thomas Hawkins, yellow and white daisies and Donna Kay Thornton kept i F
and Mrs. H.F. Wheeler all of son of Mr. and Mrs. John baby's breath with yellow and the brlde's book at a table
Starke were united in 4ep Joseph Hawkins of Brazil, on i 1 vi white streamers. covered with a white cloth i
June 3 at 7:30: with Rev. over mint green.
June p.m.
marriage 3 at 8 p.m. in '
the First Baptist Church with '', + Roman 'Alvarez performing a A reception was held in the Assisting in serving and
n i 1 church Education Building for the
Rev. Ben Bryant performing .1 / the nuptials t caring guests were
the nuptials. Mrs. Don Hallgren Brother where Mrs. John Kenney Sr Miss Suzane Thornton, Mrs.
Centering the altar Don Hallgren and Rev. John greeted the guests at the door Vernie Thornton Mrs. Jessie
.*\. gold 15 branch arch was a a Strickland, organist and k and presented them to the re Ricks, Mrs. A.B. Whitehead
f,; .with white candelabra soloists presented a programof + j ceiving line composed of the Mrs. J.G. Jackson, Mrs. Elva ,
tapers. ,d.v ''
.". .. music bride and groom the bride'sparents McRae, Mrs. Joe Thornton,
|;, Flanking the center arch were r nuptial J
: two heart the altar were / and attendants. Mrs. Mark Moody Mrs. Ii)
gold candelabras
4s with white tapers and two ,, ,w. ...arkx llighlightinf yellow gladioli The reception hall was Leonard Moore and Mrs .
: r decorated with candelabras, Robert Milner. .'
m- large white daisies and carnations
arrangements con- AE Jhr t baskets of flowers and palms Stephanie Alvarez and Lisa
"'t+ gaining white and yellow against a background of white /
'h The bride's table was Moody passed out rice bags
gladioli and bronze arch and candel-
Killian I
g;> ; daisies green r '
.- carnations and t ssv abras with white tapers The covered with white satin with and Miss Sissie Broome and
white and
laJ white lace cloth decoratedwith Miss Tammy Castell) of
service was used. t
o-J yellow daisies. The Chancel unity ;
with f John Hawkins attended his st a swag from the cornersto Jacksonville gave out scrollsat
was draped a white
fc daisy + the centers, the table was the church door. Mrs. Owen
'$ brother best man. Ushen
and as
h: garland baskets of Boston f .rIQ' r a ,1V '
;.:, fern. r were Roger Gordon brotherof centered with a three tiered Alvarez Jr. was in charge of
? i wedding cake topped with a the wedding and
Stalnaker reception.
Mrs the bride; Guy
George Canova.
of; bride and groom and Following to
a wedding
s Jr. and Frankle Durrance
and Miss
.... organist soloist Kathy M 1 s, >a aa ,. Lake Butler decorated with yellow and the Smokey Mountains the .
Taylor presented a 1
white daisies. On each side
Edna missionary couple are residing at ;
'r& program of nuptial music. Miss Going '
1 to the Seminole Indians at were silver candelabras. Mrs Massillon, Ohio. a
% Jerry Crockrell attended as '
Fla. served as Bishop Myrick and Mrs. The bride graduated from :
best S Big Cypress
Ushers !
z; man. were Fred t n
Jimmy Thornton cut the cake. Union County High School in
% Wheeler brother of the maid of honor. She wore a I i.
mint with long .The punch table was 1973 as an honor graduate and
r groom; Tommy Wise and ; + r.. green gown '
covered with a' white'cloth is "I,
I I'i attending Massillon
SC, Gene Tanner,' brother of the t sleeves edged with a ruffle V- cloth. .
mint Atone
neckline with lace inset and over green College.
lV end of the table was a crystal Mr. Hawkins is also at ;
She carried
: standup collar. an ,
Miss Gail
Crawford served h1tl
,, ,. arm of yellow and punch bowl and at the other tending Massillon Baptist : I
bouquet ,
_; as maid of honor. She wore a J Jh '
Yt white daisies with baby'sbreath tl pd end was an epergnette College and both are going to ,,
;'f full length of t I
t gown imported 4 arrangement of white and be missionaries to Brazil ,
green pebble crepe featuringa yellow daisies with green when they graduate next May. t{
matching green alencon lace /4 '1 Miss Gall Reddish. r
cape. She wore a white and Charlotte Whitehead and ,
yellow daisy headpiece with ? Kathy Starling attended as a Tribute Paid To Ruth Frazier ;I
green and yellow streamers. /Nw.41Qt bridal attendants in gowns
She carried an arm bouquet of ,. and flowers similar to the Mrs... C.J. Ruth( ) Frazierwas Mrs Frazier taught in the i!(
yellow daisies and baby's r honor attendant. recently) honored by the Bradford County, School ; ,
breath with Miss Rhonda Sue Alvarez Methodist for '
yellow streamers. First United system many years and
Bridal attendants were served as flower girl in a gown y, : Church for teaching in the was active in many '

Alisa Morris,Diana Smith and .. similar to the attendants. Sunday school department for organizations, particularly :,
Carol Ann Thornton Their c t a.o Blaine Thornton was ring 7 1. .i 30 years. the Retired Teachers j
yellow dresses were identicalto ;, bearer and was attired in a She was rresented.with a Association. I
the honor attendant. They brown suit. certificate 0 anda Mrs. Frazier moved to .
carried of Given in marriage by her Mr. and Mrs. Tim Hawkins Miami
arm bouquets beautiful Nelson large on Saturday to make I
-- father, Morris Castell), the
yellow and white daisies with bible. her home. .
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wheeler bride wore a white bridal print ; ,
green streamers cuff covered with lace. The .
with fitted bodice, high I:
Amy' Lewis cousin of the Mrs. James Barber kept the Jockel presided at the punch gown waistline round neckline and back had soft pleats gatheredto !
bride, and Jennifer Wheeler, guest book where a memory tables. stand-up collar. The yoke and the bodice and extendedinto f
niece of the groom served as candle highlighted the table. Others assisting were Mrs. upper part of the sleeves a long train. The dress one iLJ *Sf W 'W W t- i _! i'
flower girls. They wore green The bride's table was Neil Crawford Mrs.Don Neel made with white tiny had two rows of ruffles at the 'H'SCER"FlCA''LES' :
facsimiles of the honor attendantandcarriedminiature- covered with a white satin Miss Lynn Pierce Miss tucks and the lower sleeves bottom and the sleeves yoke $19.95 It
cloth and was centered with Rhonda Griff and Mrs. Cora were full and gathered Into a and ruffles were trimmed 8x10 Family or Children Value
cascades of yellow and white three tiered wedding cake that Day. I ,,

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daisies and featured a '
Following a wedding trip to : Color|
\. the groom and Tim Lewis, miniature fountain Mrs. South Florida the couple is WANTED: ublKt
cousin,of the bride, were ring- George Pierce and Mrs.Ervin residing in Starke. rI
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The bride, in years. Days
given The two punch tables were graduate of Bradford High *" CHARGE S'
marriage by her father, worea covered with white satin School. I
princess gown of flowing cloths and had center Mr. Wheeler Is a 1974 career opportunity with National Company D '

candlelight satin featuring a arrangements of yellow and graduate of Bradford High .- Excellent Fringe Benefits __ ,;
portrait neckline and long white daisies 'Mrs. V.J. School and Is employed by TUES -JUNE 22nd Fum.ture.. Store :''i
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cape that cascaded into a :

Galloon Chapel lace train embellished of scalloped with Mrs.Tim Hawkins Honored l Jacksonville. Florida 32211, 12-5:30: f

crystal! tear drops, baguettes, At Bridal ShowerMiss for appointment
seed pearls, bugle heads and '
transparent Irrldescent Mrs.James Davis Mrs. Craig r
Betty Jane Gordon,
sequins bridal illusion Her shoulder veil fell from length a whose marriage to Tim ,Thornton Padgett Mrs.Mrs.Owen Alvarez Jimmy Warehouse OverloadedINVENTORY
Hawkins was an event of June .Jj
headpiece of matching embellished .
and Mrs'A.B. Whitehead.The
lace: She carried a 3, was honored at a ,,bridal refreshment table was
shower' May 27 at the Pine
colonial cascade of
covered with a white linen
wave roses, yellow and white Level Baptist Church
cloth over a mint green liner
daisies ivy and baby's breath Building. and centered with a hand
Mrs. W
Hostesses were
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made cloth
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Page4A TELEGRAPH June I 1977

Evern Hilliard Lewis Smiths Celebrate50th Coleman David Morrison
St. Edward's Church NewsThose Gladys ,

Ricky Faulkner AnniversaryMr. Wed June 4
I" who received First by Mrs. Gladys Weldon. The
To Wed June 17 and Mrs. Lewis Smith and served the cake and Mrs. Holy Communion at Mass cake decorated with a large
celebrated their 50th wedding McGee presided at the celebrated by the Pastor, cross and flowers was made Gladys Marie Coleman an Mr. ,find Mrs. Tommy L. r. anniversary June 4 with a bow 1. punch Reverend Father Patrick by Mrs. Randy Scoggins.Mrs. David Marlon Morrison wer at
Milliard announce the approaching reception at the Pratt Street Foley at St.Edward's on June Robbie Shaller was In chargeof united in marriage June 4 a e t
marriage of their Recreation Center given by Mr. and Mrs. Smith'were 12 were: Ray Heiken, Dzim: arrangements for the the home of the groom'isister riy
daughter, Lola Evern. to their friends, Mr. and Mrs. married June 4, 1927 in Nguyen Cindy and Donna reception. Janet Thornton.
Ricky Lamar Faulkner,son of B.E. McGee. Norfolk, Va. They moved to Parado, Brian and Lisa Graduates who were The marriage was per
Mr. and Mrs. William J. The refreshment table was Florida in 1948 and have Weeks. recognized at St. Edward's formed by Pete Thornton.
Faulkner, all of Starke. covered with a white damask resided at the corner of First Communicants servedas following Mass on June 12 Robert Adkins attended at
The wedding will take place cloth and centered with a Weldon and Walnut streets for giftbearers at the Offertoryof were Robin Chism, Tommy best man. Joyce Adkins wa
June 17 at 8 p.m. at the three tiered wedding cake ten years. .' ',' the Mass. Altar Servers Meng and John Samons who .bridesmaid.
Hellbron Baptist Church at topped by love birds and the Forty friends and neighbors were Alan Ashline, Frank received diplomas from Mary Thornton,Lisa Adkins
Heilbron Springs with a figure "50." Mrs. Gertl Wentz called between the hours of 3 Coss and Steven Spell. Cindy Bradford County High on June and Denise Adkins were
reception following at the and Mrs. Sophie Fisher cut and 5 p.m. Gissy was organist with Mrs. 10.Father Foley presented the flower girls.
church. Richard Coss leading the graduates with a wooden Among those attending was
AU friends and relatives are Deborah Marshall choir and congregation in 1 plaque inscribed with the the groom's grandmother,
invited to attend. George TrinchetToWedJuly2 .. singing. John Samons was Disiderata. Mrs. Richard Mrs. Marie Morrlsoa
lector at the Mass. Tim loss: presented a small brass
Evern Milliard Clougher and Mike Gilhooly crucifix to the graduates as a
ushers. from St. Edward's Altar DUPLICATE BRIDGE
were gift
Ricky Faulkner
Mrs. Emmaltene Weav .t Miss Deborah Clufrlene with a reception following at Following Mass First Society. CLUB RESULTS Ay 1*
underwent eye surgery in Marshall of Waldo and George the home of the bride's Communicants, their families Quarterly tournament
North Florida Regional Dr. T.G. Ritch of Trinchet Gainesville will be parents,Mr. and Mrs. Charles and friends were honored at a Strawberry Swingers results at Duplicate Bridge
Hospital on Monday and will Jacksonville visited his united in marriage July 2 at W Marshall Sr. of Starke.All reception in the parish hall. nave Campout Tuesday night were: Mr. and
undergo surgery on her other mother, Mrs. Carrie Ritch on 2:30: p.m. at the Community friends and relatives are Children were presented with Mrs Charles Riddle, first; --
eye on Friday Tuesday Church in Keystone Heights invited to attend.I gifts of prayerbooks by the Mrs. R.A. Green and Mrs. Coleman-Morrison
Eleven couples and assorted Clyde Terwillegar, second;
... Tables decorated
pastor. were
can remember when T- of
with white cloths. The offspring the local square Jeff Wrenshall and Eva
shirts were underwear. Now dancers attended the 3rd Mathewson, third; and Mrs.
multicolored flower
they're more like bumper annual Gil T. Squares Cam- S.W. Hamilton and Mrs. F.J. MethodlstChurch
--.h stickers for humans. arrangement was furnished pout with the Strawberry Shaw were third.
: Swingers at Safari Cam- To Hold Bible

NEWCOSMETOLOGY pground at Lake Waldena, School Next WeekThe
eight miles east of Ocala on Mr.and Mrs. Ray Goldwireand
Of Starke CLASS SR-40 this past weekend. The three sons of Toledo, Ohio
kids enjoyed swimming in the are spending a month with First United Methodist
lake. The square dancers their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Church will have vacation
Starting July 11
enjoyed do-sl-do-ing. the Gilbert Goldwire. Joining bible school June 20 to 24 from
calling of Caller Crosby. They their grandparents and family 9 a.m to 11:30: a.m.
hY NOON BUFFET 2.25 At Bradford Union AreaVocatlona'i earned "badges" for dancingon Thursday to Tuesday were Children from two years
1 the grass (the grasshopper Beth and Laurie Goldwire of
: m. 2,00 p.m._ Technical Center through 12 are welcome to
badge), dancing in the knee Ocala. They all attended the attend.
water,and in water over McDaniel family reunion in
SUNDAY BUFFET $2.75 Course meets from 8:30: A.M. to 3:30: P.M. their heads (the dolphin Valdosta, Ga. over the

11:00: am. 2:00: p.m. for 1200 hours ((10 Months). Adults must badge. ), and for dancing on araft. weekend
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SI have 10th grade completed or pass 10th Strawberry Swingers attending .immmmmmmmmmimmmmDwight
grade were Hank and Mar) Slater's gj
equivalency test.
school I
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yON ..u'.Jo, tl FRIDAY NITE 5:30: 9:00: pm Ann Kyle and son, Billy;
I students must be 17 years of.age or a Garith and Beckie Jones,
Morris and Sharon Williams Food & Scat S
Senior. This course will prepare the and sons Tom, Chuck, and I.
SEAFOOD PLATTER $ 6 9 5 'r student to take the State Licensing Exam. Grant; Lou in and Cleo Redding i. Open U S. 301
and Mae Hatcher
Harry J 7AM12PM & Walnut I
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moved to Miami where she of Manhatton, former resident of State Mrs.-Sarah'McCall had as
will be near her son and Kas. are guests this week of Farm, was admitted to St.Luke's visitors Friday through 5, t

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weekend guests of Mrs.
mer.Mr. plan to live in Mandarin. Sunday.
and Mrs. Roy J. An- Myrtle Anderson.

drews of Jacksonville and Sonny Loudon arrived home I k ,., r
Capt. and Mrs. Mickey Wednesday after two years Joey Jordan of Live Oak ,1 I
Dansby and daughter of with the Church of Jesus c visited his grandparents, Mr. .1!
Gainesville were Saturday Christ of Latter Saints in the BIRTHSMr. and Mrs. II.A. Lawson on ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.O.- Anaheim district in California. Saturday.Mrs. .1

Dansby. !
and John Yates of
Mrs. Dennis
Mr. and Mrs Herb Johnsonand Twenty-four members of Crawford of Kingsley Lake Valdosta, Ga., who is "
son of Tallahassee were Elks Lodge No. 1802 had a announce the birth of recuperating from surgery, is
Friday overnight guests of her picnic supper Sunday eveningat daughter, Christina Beth visiting her brother and sister-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.R. the Kingsley Lake home of born May 28 at Alachua, in-law,Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale
Chism and attended Robin Mr. and Mrs. George W. General Hospital.Paternal I for two weeks. Ronald McDonald on his visit to the Starke Nursing Home
Chism's graduation at BHS. Brown following the Elks Flag grandparents are captivates his audience with animals made from balloons.
Day ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Robert Green was admittedto Watching are Mrs. Hrssle Nichols on the left and Mrs. Margie I, ,'I
Mrs. Lila Caldwell returned Crawford of Kingsley Lake. Gainesville VA Hospitallast llollzendorf of Keystone Heights.
last Thursday after a weeks Mrs. Robert Bush and Maternal grandparents Saturday for observationand (;
visit with Mrs. E.A. Bradshawin family of Atlanta were Mr. and are treatment and possible
Mrs. Richard Prom-goers filled the Ballroom
Orlando. Mrs. Bradshawwill weekend guests of her aunt, Walmsley of Raiford.Mr. snappy tuxedos. with flowing gowns and surgery Starke Nursing Home 4 4by ;
be remembered as the Mrs. James Barron. They 11
former Bee Cox of State were Sunday evening dinner Miss Latain Herres of r
BHS Students Marguerite Hall
Farm. guests of Mrs. Janet Turner. and Mrs. James DanceDown Porc| Tampa was home for the I
(Sonny) Douglass of Theressa weekend.Mr. "

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Godber of Mrs. J.W. Kincaid spent announce the birth of a In 'Stairway To Heaven' Ronald McDonald delightedthe "
Prom of the Starke .
daughter, Kimberly Dawn and Mrs.
Orlando were weekend guestsof Thursday to Monday with her George F. ,
Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Casey, sister, Mrs. C.C. Hoppe In born June 3 In Alachua Kirchgassner and daughter Nursing Home on June 2 I I
Jr. Also Friday night visitors Tampa. General Hospital. Maternal Bradford High School'sJuniorSenior As the night wore on, the air Debbie of Demascus, Md. andMrs Ronald kept the oldsters'attention
held conditioning did less and less while making I
were Mr.and Mrs. Paul grandparents are Mr. and was R.L. Griner of
and daughter of Casey Gulf Mrs. L.W. Strickland of Mrs. J.D. Griffis of Theressa. at the Flagler Inn in good and coats and wraps Jacksonville were Wednesday balloon animals and they
Hammock Emily and Mrs. Wildwood is visiting her Paternal grandparents are Gainesville Thursday, June 9, were peeled off, shirt tails let dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. joined in singing a few j
sisters Mrs. W.H. Hart and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Douglassof and it rocked and rolled until 1 out, and foreheads glistened George Huggins. choruses of "Ronald Mc- G t,
Gainesville.Kazemfar and family of Mrs. Ella Moody, this week. Lake Butler. a,m. with graduation just with perspiration. When 1 Donald had a farm." At the I.

around the corner Friday a.m. finally tolled, it felt good Local admittances to conclusion of the program
night. to be out in the cool night air Bradford County Hospital this Ronald McDonald gave the .
J OC. i'on: Juniors, seniors and their with the knowledee that week include: Miss Myrtle residents hot Fried Apple
dates filled the second floor graduation would bring Fritters for their supper
up Suits, Mrs. Patsy Griffis,
W4 h' Rrd; : 4astafesL : ballroom of the Flagler Inn, another hectic day and nightof Willis Thornton, Mrs. Daisy trays. PRif ..

x: the men wafting their womenin partying after too few hoursof Norman, Mrs. Susan Jenkins, -
Y I'GOa ;
/N S7p 1k
d 0"- through the glittery curtainin sleep. Mrs. Sally Underwood, Remer Our birthdays for the month :
rLO erDgo the doorway. "Stairway to Crews, Mrs. Betty Christine of July are: Mary Johns, July fie'" h 1

Heaven" was the theme for ;]);J'Ljott,J now Lewis, Charles E. Johns of 13, and Virgil Threlkeld, July Ir''Y
the annual gala event, and it Starke; Colin Halle, Oscar 29.We Mrs. Elise llansen of {
r was well represented In the Forsyth and Mrs. Miriam salute Mrs. Alberta Keystone Heights' watcher as "
shiny celestial decorations Ashe of Raiford; Mrs. Helen Tyson as our "Employee of Ronald McDonald performs a '
throughout the interior of the Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Reynolds of Melrose; Mrs the Month." Alberta has been magic trick on his visit to the I
ballroom. At the evening's Hamilton returned Saturday Mildred Sutherby of Keystone with the Starke Nursing Home Starke Nursing home '
VPXL19O end however, many of the from two weeks vacation In Heights; Mrs. Aileen Call and Dietary Service for seven .,
decorations found their way Georgia, Tennessee and Verdo Salter of Hampton years. We're glad to have and singing really' ;:''
o / o, fllnv from the walls and tables into Carolines. They spent last Mrs. Edna Clark of Lake; Alberta back following her lifts preaching their spirits.On ,
iAL the coats and purses of thepromgoel'S week with. her parents. Mr. Geneva; and Mrs Ella sucessful surgery. The resid- the fourth Monday night
and Mrs. E, Worth Jackson ents have missed
to serve as certainly
Prescott of
Lawtev. of each month the First 1.1
and relatives in Winder Ga. her specialty Custard Bread j
souvenirs to be stored for Church Youth Choir h
years to come. and relatives in Atlanta. Pudding. Welcome Back, under
of William
tado Mrs. Esther Raudies of Alberta. the direction n j
aC.2o5 What makes a prom? bless the residents _
?tCAlflt.tuboM Hallandale has been George
and Dr.and Mrs. H.G. Bellinger visiting
Dancing punch, or course. with .
in St. Paris Ohio her son, LTC John R. Smith song.In
The kids danced all night to were Friday '
1 night Rev. the Arts and Crafts
1 for the Every Thursday
to Monday to attend Dr.Bollmger's past They wentto
the sound of "Steeplechase",
46th Dothan, Ala. and Bir W.C. VanZant and his faithful Department the ladies have
Gainesville band. Some high school '
a from the Assembly of been making adorable '
group yarn
mingham, over the
class reunion.
seniors poked fun at a few of weekend to attend the God, Hawthorne have ser octopuses, which they will be

ie L. ferA af RUTOK chaperones the less than while others active L graduation exercises of son, vices for the residents. The making to sell.

danced with teachers that had Charles Douglas Smith who
sat on the other side of the k graduated from the School of P

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the weekend
was fired a 75 to take the lead In Two entrants in the 16-17
Service guest of Eoline Green. Mr. shot the low round of the !
Gulf Glover joined the family on the 12-13 age group in the first group
round of the North Central day. Stroking over par
Friday and spent the 73 was Rick Shumaker of r
Florida PGA Junior Golf Tour I ".
2163 N. Temple Ave. 964-8953 Starke, Fla.America's OLEFINFIBERS weekend. played at Keystone Golf Gainesville and Mark
Country Club Monday, June Blakewood of Palatka.
Olefin is one of the Rev.and Mrs. J.C. Brown of Shumaker ended the front I
Augusta, Ga., former Starke 13.The
man-made synthetic 13-year-old golfer nine with a 38. On the back !
fibers which Is being residents, were visiting started out with a 40 on the nine, he rolled in seven consecutive -
used extensively today friends here over the front nine, but charged back pars followed by a I

i best The next time you change your motor oil, use a In the manufacture of weekend. with an even par 35 on the birdie and a bogey for even "
carpets. Luxurious appearance final nine which included par 35.Blakewood's.
Mrs. Owen Alvarez and
is the big plus birdies on No. 16 and 17. The best nine was
QUAKER STATE OIL FILTER for carpets containing Mrs. Alice Kenny enjoyed a first place win earned him 21 on the frontside. He birdied I
Olefin. Woven, velvet, visit in Lima, Peru, South points.Each golfer is awarded No.4 and bogied No.9 for I
selling I motor oil. shag,level loops, prints, America recently. points according to score with even par 35 followed by a 38 on ,' "
solids, tweeds, pattern 84 points being the maximumthat the back. Both golfers were
carpets, and others are) Miss Patti Williams of FSU can be earned by the con- awarded 21 points each. ;
made with the use of spent last Wednesday and clusion of the seven week tour. Taking second and 20 points *
Olefin. Thursday with her grand- Second place in the 12-13 was Tim Dortch of Lake City
Carpets of Olefin are parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mack group went to Randy Mauldin with a 373875.. Three juniors .
easy to clean since this Williams white enroute to her of Palatka. He carded 44-38 shot 78s for 19 points each. \1;i4{
fiber Is stain home in Plandome, N.Y. Mike of ;"
highly re- 82 for 20 points. Richard Mans Logsdon Keystone
sistant. Olefin is also of Gainesville was awarded 19 carded 384078; Bobby I"
one of the most durable Mrs. W.H. Thomson of points for third low score of 46- Fannin of Green Cove Springs ,Si:
fibers. Carpets of Olefin is spending the stroked 374178; and Randy :
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parents. Mr. and Mrs. One t11"
t iurr* (f" || Moron QUAKER dled by our shop. Come and Mrs. B.J. Eggers Wiggins. gave him 21 points. Receiving ,' i
MOTOR 0l| XG in at your convenienceand have had as visitors Miss 20 points for second low score, '
t STATE Inspect our carpets. Beverly Eggers of was Kenny Boyle of Lake City t
Jacksonville last Thursday, with a score of 413778.. Third "i
te,1 Mrs. Robson Duffy of place worth 19 points went to
Jacksonville on Saturday and David Brown of Keystone ,

Carpet; Mrs John Eggers and a,. Heights with 374279.,
children of Miami on Tuesday.REVIVAL The 10-11 boy's group had i'

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Waldo. So ft bailers Win 60 Team Savannah Test. r-o-L -Iil._-- j L J""H -- ...

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Ray's Metal Works of Waldo Saturday, Waldo was 14-13 seventh, the score was tied 9- One ot the big factors af. Green a 24-0 win. Earl Robbins for-3 and Stratton, Dennis X1'1'I
went undefeated with a 6-O over the Gainesville Mer- 9. Bobby Tyler was on first feeling their playing was the and Dobies were both 3- Crawford and Hull all went 3-
record to win a Savannah, chants. Gunter hit a home run and went to third on a singleby 300 foot fences and the wind foc-5. Hull was 3-f or-4 with one for-3.
Georgia Invitational slowpitch in the top of the seventh, Magnusson. Two fly outs blowing toward home plat home run but the Greens Hasty Green was getting a e1gapITL'W
Softball tournament with over putting Waldo ahead and in followed. Hartley walked and Their first game was were hitting base hits like they little tired as they began the
60 teams participating in the the bottom half of the inning. Gunter singled in two. Green against the 2001 Club from would have to win that ball 'fifth game of the day against
third largest tournament in The Merchants had men on singled in the third run which Augusta, Ga. where they lost game.The. Pizza Villa of South Carolinaand
the southeast two weeks ago. first and third in the bottom of upped the score 12-9. The 10* Tony Babies and Johnell 2001 Club came up lost 12.9 in the last Inning
Starke Green Machine was the seventh when a ground Machine scored one in the Smith were both 3-for-4., against Hasty Green again, after leading the entire ball .
second In the big tournament ball was hit back to the pitcher bottom half, ending the game Danny McKinney had one and the Green's were back in game. Hill was 4forand hit
losing out 12-9 to Waldo In the who turned to throw a second. 1210. home run. The 2001 Club was the loser's bracket after being two home runs and Smith did
championship game with the The ball was then thrown backto Bozzman was the leading 10-2 going into the last Inning. beat 18-8, with the wind the same. Gene and Gary
two local teams battling to the the plate, nailing the man hitter In the tournament witha Hasty Green scored six more blowing out of the same field Melvin were both 2-for-3 with
wire after the game was tied from third who tried to score. .672 batting average, five runs and had bases loaded and again. Hull was 4-for-4( with one home run and Robbins
9-9 into the top of the seventh The next man flew out to end home runs and won the Most not outs, but the score never one home run, Dobies was 2- was 2for4.

inning.A the game. Arnett Lee was 3- Valuable Player trophy. changed.This -- -
third local team Hasty for-4 with two home runs. Waldo won the tournamentwith put the Greens In the
Green, made a good showingin John Magnusson, Kevin good defense, only two loser's bracket where they Madison St. Wins TwoPresby.I\o. 1
the Savannah tournament Kelley and Bozzman each had errors in six games. met Master Fabrications,,
playing five games before three hits.Sunday's. Watson hit a .625 and hit five from Alabama and won 28-6. Madison Street Baptist bombed Grace Baptist 28-3 Wayne Tetstone went 3for3at with a perfect 3-for-3., Dinky
bowing out late Savanna home runs. Bobby Tyler had a There were 310 foot fences at Church won two games and and the Senior the plate with three doublesfor Kilby was 2-for-3, and Chuck
night. People at the game against the .619 average, Gunter a .550 the field with the wind First Presbyterian Church Boys post their first win of Madison Street. Steve Colbert, Eddie Blalock and
tourney were surprised that home team, Thompson's average and seven home runs. out, but Hasty Green score and the Senior Boys one eachIn the second half Tuesday night Duncan, Eddie Blalock Gene Tanner each had one hit.
three such strong Softball Sporting Goods of Savannah, Green had a .545 average ant eight home runs. Matt Hull Men's Church League slow- with an 11-0 whitewashing of Lamar Williams and Gary
teams could come out of a took eight innings, but Waldo four home runs. went 3-for-4 hitting two home softball action sponsoredby Morgan Road Baptist. Osteen each added two hits.
small area as Starke and came out ahead 87. In the top Hasty Green went out runs. Dobies was 3-for-4 and pitch the Starke Recreation After the second week of Jerry Blalock had a perfect M.St.9-f. Baptist 7
Waldo, according to Hasty of the eighth, Waldo was Saturday night in the last ball Terry Stratton was also 3-for-4 Department this week.. play in the second half First 4-for-4 day at the plate to lead Trailing 7-6 in the third
Green Coach Ronnie Thomas.In trailing 74.Singles by Charlie game in the Savannah tournament and hit two home runs. Gary Madison Street Baptist Presbyterian is the long unde- the Senior Boys. Dinky Kilby innlr.g, Madison Street added
Waldo's first game Green,Watson and Lee loaded after playing five Melvin was >for-4 with two Church posted a 12-10 win feated team at 3-0, Madison was 3-for-4 and Wade Winkler three runs in the fifth and heldon
against Sheppard's Gas of the bases with two outs. Then, games. They played poorly home runs and Johnell Smith Monday night over the Senior Street Is 2.1,Morgan Road and and Chuck Colbert each addeda for a 9-7 win Tuesday night
Augusta, Ga. Waldo came out Mike Hartley hit a grounderthat throughout the entire tour- did the same. Boys and came back Tuesday Senior Boys are both 1.2,while hit. over First Baptist.The .
ahead 15-7. playing on a field went through the short nament, according to Coach three crucial Madison
The next game against night with a 9-7 win over First First t Baptist Church and Presby.26-Graee 3
with the wind blowing in. Dub stop's legs, and all three runs Ronnie Thomas. Coastal Mack gave Hasty Baptist. First Presbyterian are winless in First Presbyterian bombed Street runs came when Steve
Gunter and Bill Bedingfieldhit scored to tie the game. Kelly the second half at 02. Grace Baptist 26-3 in a five Duncan was admitted on an
two homers and Bubba drove in the winning run witha inning game Monday night. error, Joey Bennett and
Bozzman, Bedingfield and single in the top of the Hasty Green Outplays Ray's Mad.St.12- Sr. Boys 10 Grace could get only three Wayne Tetstone added back to
John Watson had three hits eighth. hits.First Presbyterian had 29 back doubles, and Gary
apiece.In The fifth game put Waldo up Madison Street Iced a 12-10 hits, including two home runs Osteen singeld.
the only game played all against the Green Machine. win Monday night over the by Randy Martin and one by Joey Bennett homered and
weekend with the wind at their Going into the bottom of the with four Mike Sanders. doubled for Madison Street.
Wins Waldo Senior Boys a run
backs, Waldo won over the seventh, the score was tied 8- Tourney in the top of the seventhon Sr.BoysU-M.Rd.0 First Baptist scored five of
Flagship Bank of Titusville,. 8. Bozzman was on first, ... rally five hits and an error.Gary The Senior Boys banged out its seven runs in the fourth on
Fla,, 235.Watson. Gunter on second and Bozz Hasty Green "could do no were the only bright spots for the first of two championship Osteen and Joey Bennett eight hits to Morgan Road five hits, singles by Mark
went 4-for-4 with man on third. Green hit a wrong," says Waldo's Bobby Waldo. playoff games described tripled, Wayne Tetstone Baptists' three to take an 11-0 Sapp, Jay Godwin, and Ben
three home runs, Bozzman 4- single up the middle for the Tyler after the Starke softball Hasty Green's Wesley above. doubled, and Lamar Williamsand shutout win Tuesday night. Moxley and doubles by Jack
for-5 with two home runs and winning run. team won the Waldo Invitational Sheffield won the most Ray's Metal beat the Eddie Blalock singled. Mike Kitchens led the Seniors Colburn and Gary Grable.to .
Bedingfield and Gunter had The final championshipgame slow pitch softball valuable player trophy in the Palatka A's 15-7 in the first
three hits apiece out of a totalof was also against the tournament sponsored by Waldo tournament. Sheffield game for the host Waldo team,
27 hits for the game. Machine, and in the top of the Ray's Metal Works this past batted .708 and hit eight home scoring eight runs in the first Misfits Hold First Annual

weekend. runs during the tournament inning. Bubba Bozzman, Bill
....w) rb Ray's Metal Works of Waldo Hasty Green went 20-6 by Bedingfield and Kevin Kelley
,i ) "1977 I was second in the local the Gainesville Merchants in each had three hits.
tourney after coming off a big its tourney opener. Sheffieldwas Bass Tournament
c RIGS" win in Savannah the previous 4-fcr-4 at the plate Including W.W. Gay of Gainesville fell .
week. Waldo worked it way two home runs. Terry 22.9 in Waldo's second game.
out of the loser's bracket but Stratton was 3-for-4 with two Gay led 9-6 after three inningsbut The Misfits Softball Team As the hot, humid day wore the pot to win honors for
: 15' NORST nil lASS COAT lost 16-5 to Hasty Green in the home runs, Johnell Smith was came back in the final held its First Annual Bass on, the anglers were chal- their team.
w/Heavy Duty Double H Custom Trailer, 85 HP championship game after 3-f or-5 with a home run, Gary .three rounds to score 16 runs Tournament Sunday, May 29, lenged by the thought of
Close the
Green in Melvin 3-for-4 for the win. had on Harper-Bennett
edging 18-17 by Hasty was with a Bedingfield fish
in the
on Little Lake Santa Fe. bringing largest as
Chrysler w/Power Trim SUPER NiCE 1 the first play-off game. Waldo home run, Dennis Crawfordwas four hits, including two home most for team's heels were Terry
had 2-for-4 with home and six RBI's Arnett Fishing in teams of two, the well as poundage Gaines and Tommy Wise.
LIST PRICE '5,6950 Oif MM $;.11MCOUINS would have to beat Hasty a run. runs, ; their team.
twice to win. In the second game Hasty Lee had three hits, 2 home men hit the lake at 6 a.m. and These two long-enduring
Green Machine played in a Green went 22-13 by the Milk runs and seven RBI's, and fished until 8:30: p.m., with Top anglers for the tourney fishermen didn't even come in
Lakeland tournament over the Drinkers from Nassau John Watson, Bubba Bozz- about a 45 minute dinner were Wayne Harper and
Boat, Heavy Duty Galvanized Trailer, 55 HP past weekend, losing the first County, banging out 28 hits man, and Ray Burnsed each break. Ricky Bennett, boating a totalof for dinner and had a catch to
Chrysler two games. including 12 home runs. Matt added three hits. Fishing was not too profitable 6 i bs. 4 oz. of bass for the be extremely proud of. They
LIST PRICE '3.450" Olf MM *2ttS"n Hasty Green slammed nine Hull was 3-for-5 and all three for the ballmen as they day. Wayne Harper landed a boated a total of 6 pounds of
home runs in the first hits being home runs, Danny Waldo went Into the loser's only landed a total of six bass, husky 4 lb. 2 oz. bass for his fish for the day. Terry Gaines
championship playoff game McKinney was 4-for-4 with bracket with the 17-2 loss to one copperhead bream, and main catch. Ricky Bennett grabbed honors for a 4 lb. 12
'SS MITCHEll-OPEN FISHERMAN but it wasn't enough to stop two home runs, Gene Melvinwas Hasty Green. Then Waldo several mudfish and jackfish. added his three smaller bass oz. bass and a copperhead
w/55 HP Chrysler, Heavy Duty Galvanized Trailer] the Waldo charge. Bill 2-f or-5 with 2 homers; came back from the loser's bream, weighing 1 lb. 1 oz.
Good Bedingfield led Waldo at the Wesley Sheffield, Johnell)) bracket to defeat the
Fishing or Boat plate with three hits, includingtwo Smith, Terry Stratton, and Gainesville Merchants 2113.
LIST PRICE 'a.aas00 Our MM '2.99S home runs, and knocking Tony Dobies all were 3-for-5 Charlie Green, Kevin Kelley, Jockel Griffis CompeteIn The winning team was presented
in five runs. Arnett Lee had with a home run, and Earl and Bobby Tyler each had five a trophy for each man,
IS' CNAUENftER MARK VI two home runs in three hits Dobbins was 3-for-4 with a hits.Arnett Lee had two home the remains of the entry
and had four RBI's, Erwin homer. runs and five RBI's, and Jax Tennis TourneyTwo after expenses, and the feel
Bow Rider w/65 HP Galvanized
Heavy Duty
had two home and
Tyson runs Watson and Bedingfield each catch of fish for the day.
Trailer, Canopy Top, Deluxe Interior, Metal Flake six RBI's Bubba Bozzman Hasty Green went 19-16 by added three hits.. members of the and went to three sets in two of
,F.inish q and Bobby Tyler each had the Jax Merchants in the third Bradford High tennis team the matches.
: -tJ TPRICE-4,44800 0r MM 'IttS" four hits and John Watson game, leading all the way. Then Waldo went into the acquitted themselves very Griffis, who-will be a junior The wives played a patient
added three hits. Tony Dobies was 4-for-S with final two championship games well playing Monday and this fall,won his first match 4- waiting game by cooking
Wesley Sheffield led Hasty two home runs, Ted Suymererwas described above. Tuesday In the Arlington 6, 6-3, 6-0. He took his second dinner at home and bringing it
Green at the plate, going 3-for- 2-for-4 with a grand slam ARea Jaycees' Tennis In- '* match in two sets, 6-1, 6-1. He to the campsite for their
Needle Nose, Ski Boat, Full' Metal Flake Finish. 4 with two homers, both home run, Stratton and Smith For the tournament Bill vitational at the Rolling Hills lost in the semifinals to Felix weary anglers. They also
Deluxe Wrap-Around Seats, w/85 HP Chrysler Johnell Smith and Gene were 3-f or-4 with a home run, Bedingfield led Waldo with a Racquet Club, according to Solnau 7-4, 5-7, 47. whiled away their time with a
w/Power Trim. Heavy Duty Galvanized Trailer, Melvin were 2-for-4'with two Gary Melvin was 2-f or-4 with a .682 batting aveRage. Bozz- Coach Melba Howard. The two Bradford partici- very profitable card game, (for
Beautiful Ski Rig. home runs, Dennis Crawfordwas home run, Sheffield was 2-for- man and Tyler each hit .625, Steve Griffis placed fourthof pants gained valuable exper- two wives anyway, and
3-for-5 with one HR, Tony 5, and Earl Robbins 3for4.In Watson hit .591 and Lee .571. 16 players in a single ience and met a lot of new keeping watch over their
LIST PRICE '5152" 0., Mil 4617" Dobies was 2-for-4 with two the finals Sunday Hastyran This weekend the three local elimination tournament. players from around Florida respective children.

HR, and Danny McKinney over Waldo 17.2 in five teams, Hasty Green, Ray's Janice Jockel, who will be a and other states Coach
"SKI-WHff" Ski ff Ytinilt homered.In innings. It was the last gameof Metal of Waldo, and the Green sophomore this fall, played in Howard said.
the final championshipgame the tournament betweentwo Machine are scheduled to playin a round robin tourney and lost "They were scared to deathat Everyone had a good time
LIST PRICE '1,995" Out MM ,ISO"ALL Hasty won 16.5 to teams that were un a Tallahassee tournament to the eventual winner, a girl first," said Mrs. Howard, and finally draeeed! home in
become tourney champs witha defeated. Hasty Green hit 12 they say rivals the Savannahtest from Chapel Hills, N.C. but added the BItS netters the long awaited rain. For the
SKI SUPPLIES 10 OFF 6-1 mark. Hasty led all the home runs, Dennis Crawfordand for toughness. Buddy's Brooks Seay. Miss Jockelplayed found they could stay on the frustrated teams who landed
way. Matt Hull was 3-for-S at Wesley Sheffield each Sporting Goods of Tallahasseeis three matches and court in the tough compe- only mudfish or jackfish, well,
CHRYSLER SALES. PARTS 8 SERVICE the plate with 2 HR, Johnell knocking three round trippers the tournament sponsor. didn't have time for lunch, tition. there's always next time.
4-for-4 and
Smith one HR, Sheffield was 3-for-3
Welsey Sheffield 3-for-4 and with 3 HR
Crawford was 3-
GARRISON'S SPRING LAKE MARINE one Gene HR Melvin, Gary 2-for-4 Melvin and 2-for-4 one, for-4 with 2-for-3'3 HR.with Gary one Melvinwas HR, BMS ThineLiving lads Domino ite Jax Juniiwas ? r Olympics

4 M. North of Keystone Hgts. on SR 21 HR, Tony Dobies 3-for-4, and Dobies was 3-for-3 with 2 HR,
; Danny McKinney 3-for-4. up to their name, the First and second place proud of the good showing Johathan Johnson, Thomas
Behind Spring Lake Grocery "In the championship we McKinney was 2-for-3 with one Bradford Middle 'School winners in each event or relay the team made in competitionwith Clark, Scott Allen, Phillip
HR, and Earl Robbins was 2- track will to the Florida District others in
Roadrunner team go their
4732473OPEN died. I guess we just got age group. Sawyer 51.16; B Team 2)
tired," said Waldo's Bobby for3.Waldo captured 26 ribbons in the Meet in Orlando, July 30. Herbert Hawkins, Daryl
9:30am: to 5:30pm: Monday-Saturday Tyler. Two hits each by coming out of theloser's area Junior Olympics held In Following the district will be Thornton, Clifford Smith,

12:30: 5OO: Sunday Bozzman and Bedingfield Green 18-17 bracket in the, beat next game Hasty, Jacksonville, Tuesday, June Olympic regional and meets.national Junior Boysoo, Summary Of Meet ,:Charles: Williams 62.40.

---- --- -- ---- 14.In competition with boys yard dabs- 1)) Phillip 220 yard dash 1) Phillip
AIR CONDITIONED AIR CONDITIONED AIR CONDITIONED and girls in the 12 and 13 year Coach George Loper said it Sawyer 11.40; 2) Scott Allen Sawyer 25.61; 2) Scott Allen
old age group, the middle was a good experience for the 11.70; 4) Daryl Thornton 26.63; 3) Herbert Hawkins
school thinclads received 9 team and they also had a good 12.90; 5) Clifford Smith 13.10. 29.90 4) Daryl Thornton 30.81
Cool bar Hot first place ribbons, 11 seconds, time. Loper said this was the 440 dash- 1)) Charles Williams 5) Clifford Smith 32.80.
Buys Days three ribbons in each of the first group from this area to 1105.60.:
third and fourth place and two compete in the Junior Long Jump 2) Jonathan
fifth place showings.. Olympics in some time and he 440 Relay A Team 1)BIGELOW ) Johnson 16'3Vi" 4) Thomas
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o; Presbyterian Wins Senior Boys Tourneyby

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Randall Davie downed DuPont 13-3, the Lake bracket and the Seniors sent finals. The gamE!-was close all by Pete Puckett and Dale f
Presbyterian Church of Butler Merchants 27.17 and them home with the third the way with the score tied 10- Haas. I
Starke went through the First Baptist 189. place trophy, 247. 10 going into the bottom of the Trophies were presented to I
lW r Senior Boys Invitational slow LWCI then met the Senior The Seniors then met seventh. Presbyterian then the first, second and third I
'wr t wt pitch softball tournament Boys in the finals of the loser's Presbyterian Church in the scored the winning run on hits place teams. I .

,r I } undefeated past weekend, rf 1
} 1 June 10-11, to win the ;
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.. .,- 7 t ? championship.The host team. the Senior ,, sfi.i I f j!
uA Boys, took second place. h'I
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sportsmanship trophy and rR rl ,' r i 1,;
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LWCI player Carlton Moore
r was the tourney batting

r ill champion with a .687 average.In ;. rf ,,,,, 1. ,
the first ., kt
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a Presbyterian met anddefeated 1 1 i

br., Ir MS LWCI 16-13. Mike ,
k ii Sanders led Presbyterian with f .
three hits and Dwight Elder r ,ti .. ..
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i t .. had two hits, Charles Bocldie, Senior Boys' player Gene Tanner smacks on, drawing the
l Rodney Hughes, and Nelson '" attention of ump Cookie MundorH and catcher Paul Carter.
.. Jordan LWCI. each had three hits for rte, i' ,

Members of the third place Lawtey Correctional Institution team are: Presbyterian edged 6-5 by SUNDAY JUNE 19 ,

Kneeling (I.rl-Carlton Moore, Johnny Green Charlie Boddie, Donald Lowe, Pete Miller the Lake Butler Merchants in ? ,
Willie.Harris, LeUoy I\IcC.'ay.: the second game. Phil

Standing Kodney Hughes Hick Bartron. Clarence Leland Robert Fouch Sup James Vellenga led the church teamat Members of the First Presbyterian team are (1-rl): Treat I : ( I
Wainwright, John Shaw Mack Brown, Benjamin McFadden. Nelson Jordon, Eddie Vines, Henry the plate with a perfect 3- First row: Dwight Elder, Pete Plscasso. Buddy Paterson -,I
Tlmmons.. rI
for3. Buddy Paterson and Peter Puckett. ', I ,t
Carlton Moore of LWCI won the tournament batting title with a .6H7 average LWCI also won Matt Herres each added two Back row: Steve Thomas Randy McGovern Dale Haas, Mike .. .
the tournament sportsmanship trophy. hits.Presbyterian Sanders Matt Herres. Jim Duncan. Phil Vellenga.
in the third
game, edged 7by the Senior
First Grace Boys in a second straight close Dad
Baptist, Baptist game. Trailing 6-5 going Into
the bottom of the seventh, M, rN '" w

Record Wins in Church PlayFirst to Presbyterian win the game.scored Pete two Puckett runs ,

]led the winners with three

Baptist Blue and Tracy George drove in two 5 romp over the First Baptist hits.The Royal ,
Grace Baptist posted Monday runs with a triple and Cassie OldieGoldie's.Grace 'win vaulted .
night wins in Women's Church Reddick two more with a scored five runs in Presbyterian Into the finals R r '
League slowpitch softball play single for the win. the third and eight more in the while the loss dropped the r ,, 1 ,I Ir twr
sponsored by the Starke Miss George was 4-for-4 at fifth to cement the win. Janie Senior Boys into the loser'sbracket. : *
Recreation Department. the plate for FB Blue with two Ratliff and Linette Griffis YOUR CHOICE
FB Blue Angels 11 singles, a double and a triple. each had three hits for Grace The Senior Boys had startedthe '
First Baptist Blue edged 12- Grace 17-FB Gold 5 Baptist. tournament by defeating : ANY ROYAL TREAT ,
11 by the Fellowship Angels by Grace Baptist won its third Betty Bresee had three hits DuPont 13.9 and First Baptist t .I ,
scoring four runs in the bottom game of the second half for a for the Oldie-Goldies. 13-1 before losing to I[ b z, I,
of the fifth to overcome 3.4 mark Monday night in a 17-- First Baptist remains unde- Presbyterian.The ; 59"It's
and 11-8 deficit. feated with a 7-0 mark, the Senior Boys then met '
LWCI who had worked back .
Fellowship Angels are 4-2,
Everyone's Treat On Father's Day! f
Grace Baptist 3-4, and the through the loser's bracket Back row: Randall Davis Chuck Colbert Wade Winkler Choose Your Favorite DO Royal Treat: ','Iti ft t
Golden Oldies (06.) after losing to Presbyterian in Mike Kitchens Jerry Blalock, Gene Tanner Randy Crews, and A Nutty Fiesta Sundae, A Giant Banana
Dixie Baseball Last Thursday night'sgames the opening game. LWCI John Chapman.
were cancelled due to Front row: AI Chapman Steve Criffls. Dinky Kllby, Ricky r Split. A Luscious Parfait Or Hot Fudge
the prom. Norman, Chub Johnson, and Louis Brown. "'" Brownie Delight! Royal Treats Are
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On behalf of the club I would he did wrong in March, and ,VV-DayAt 59' Each!
like to congratulate Norm and to different y
Giants 10-Pirates 2 plans try a Offer Good Sunday, June 16
Parado : p00PC Ur Jerri for winning the club's method. I think he has a 100
League leading Gem Randy pitched a husband and wife At Your Starke
first tourna foot sein.
Jewelry Braves of the Dixie two hitter for the Giants in "
Youth American League Dixie Youth Baseball beatingthe /r LGJ :J CLG'J J L'Lnlp ment. Only two tournaments left in -y' DAIRY QUEEN Store
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good at but the Harold Branham is in first
Starke Recreation Department Pratt Field.In o present + 1 1I 1I
continued 1 on a streak the first inning, the hydrilla is coming on strong. place followed by Earl Muse. r 1I
This hot weather is making it Don is Ihrid Pat '
lend Thompson I
winning 2d-8 over third place Giants stepped up to a 4-0
Mets triple parado. For flourish. Welch is fourth.Pat says he is
Monday, June 13. by a from
The June tournament will overdue to latch "Jaws"
the Pirates, there were two BY NEIL CRAWFORD onto
be held at the Dunnellon Back and put him in the boat.
The Mets were able to cincha slrike-outs and a force out at
Waters on Saturday, June 18. Our next monthly meetingwill
win qver second place second with no runs scored.A Bradford Bassmasters and says }he had his hands full The club held its March beJune 21 at the Branding
Lawtey Gold. Wednesday, triple and a doublebrought their wives enjoyed a bass beating her. I think Jerri is tournament at this site and Iron Restaurant. Make plansto .. ;I I
in three for the
June 8, two all tie runs
breaking a
tournament at Rodman Pool ready for another tourna was pleased at the catch. attend this meeting as the
with four runs in the fifth Giants in the second. In the Saturday June 4, during the ment. I think Norm will have a Norm Phillips says he club has some most important t1', r Jt"
of the
bottom the second
and five
sixth inning inning. runs in the Giants had a well established .morning hours. full time partner from now on. thinks. he has figured ,out whatPerryman's business to discuss. t .4

7-0 lead over the Pirates. o* sv ..... n.. ,: I '
Neither team scored in the Boats returned to Kenwood< -Bass WishesNeil

Mets: II-L.Gold 2 third, but in the fourth three Landing at noon for the weigh. A Crawford Y ,
Jeff Coltrane, Mets! pitcher, runs were scored by the in. 'iur.'nw.mn r., au n a,. U"''Ju enxu c m' l'' !'
helped{ his team to a 11-2 win Giants when John Bennet, 1
Norman Phillips and his Garbage ServiceIn I'!
with ten strike outs. He was catcher, scored a home run n '
backed up by a double by and brought in two men with wife Jerri were top anglersof
Lionel Griffis in the sixth him. At the bottom of the the event. Jerri landed four
inning. fourth inning the Pirates nice bass and lost a couple Bradford County
brought in their first run on a more. Husband, Norman,
Gold Mitch two base hit second base. landed six bass. /
Lawtey pitcher by IJ ZJiIll S DA1
Williams tripled in the fourth man Jeffrey Powell followedby Twice A Week PickUp I
inning and was brought home two bases on balls. This was Jerri's first time to
Shuford for the fifth left the use a plastic worm. NormanA
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run in the fourth inning at 2- Giants scoreless, but the '
all. Pirates scored one run lettingthe
Giants keep their healthy Satisfaction Guaranteed poe LEASING
Two infield and one outfield lead now at 10-2. Both teams ,)I
error by Gold brought four remained scoreless in the basketball attendance RESIDENCE ': '5" At Road '6" At House
runs for the !Mets. making the sixth, giving the Giants a 10-2( record was let in Olympic
score 62. Lawtey offense win stadium in West Berlin, For Our Customers ConvenienceWe

failed to bring in any runs in where 75,000 fans showedup Are Now Usted In The Starke Directoryr GTS
the fifth inning due to two Giants-Dodgersl0In to watch the Harlem
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Williams.A Dodgers an early 11-10.lead The of Dodgerstook 4.2 by a . -- ----- .. I ';.

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!Nets clinched the game by walks in the first inning. TEST DRIVE I
adding five more runs to the The Giants were helped with _
score. Lionel Griffis doubled their two runs in the first by a .
bringing in Jeff Coltrane, who double and a single. In the THE AMAZING "
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The Gold failed to rally in A three run homer brought ,
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double by Andy Chaff broughtin
Braves:20-Mels: 8 four runs for the giants, Rabbit I NEW SHIPMENT CONTINENTAL t'
leaving the score 10-6 at the
Two errors in the first inning end of the second.In ;
helped the Mets bring in the third inning both SLACKS ;
one run against the Braves to teams remained scoreless. In
even the score at 1-1, Two wild the fourth, the Dodgers were \
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Braves to bring in six runs two doubles and a triple -
and two wild pitches and two bringing in five runs and the r Odd And Even Sizes )
errors brought in three runs score was 11-10 when the ; M ,
for the Mets. game was called for time. I IGOOO
After the two games, the 1 MOTORS 100% POLYESTER KNIT 1 :
A triple by John David Giants are holding their lead i i9F
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Taylor followed by a single by and the Pirates trail :;
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'By Elisabeth Terry Memorial Day with his wife Maines Griffis and children, LAWTEYBy and other relatives. While Cecil Whitehead visited Mr: and Mrs. W.S,Mrs.Rivers Pierce at
Phone 782-3300 Mrs. Lynn Bock, who Is still in of Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. W.P. here they attended the wed- and Mrs. Carl Prevatt on Graham were and: Mrs. W.S.
school in Atlanta. They wentto Luke, Danny Luke, Larry Elizabeth Terry ding of Robyn Tinsler and Bill Saturday morning. Crews, Mr. of Jacksonville,
CHURCH ACTIVITIES the Atlanta Zoo and White, and Billy Payne, wentto Warren, on Saturday night. Mrs. Genie Biles and Rivers Sr., Addison
Church of God: Sunday Cyclorama on Saturday. On Mr and Mrs. Robert E. Martha Brantley's wedding at in Jacksonville, on Friday Henry Hodges and sons, daughters Brenda and Sissie, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mr. and Mrs.
School, 10 a.m.; Worship Ser- Sunday they went to Stone Smith's home for cake and Ice the home of her parents Mr. night. attended the Stock Car Races and grandson, Wayne of and family
vices, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Mountain. She (flew to Gaines- cream after the exercises. and Mrs. Willie Green, near Ralph Futch and children, on Saturday night at Lake Miami, visited her brother-in-' Waldo Pringle of Worthington William
Prayer Meeting Wednesday, ville Airport on Friday Her Mrs Maines Griffis and Starke on Friday night. Jeff and Karen, of Black City. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Springs, and Brother and Mrs.
7:30: p.m.; YPE .'rldayat7:30: Dad, Joe Adams, of Brooker children, and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James An- Mountain, N.C, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chamber. Barry Watts, Thursday to Pringle, of S.C. Mr.and family,
p.m. picked her up at the Airport. Virgil Griffis and family of ders, of Palatka, were Satur- Martha Brantley, Tony and fin went fishing in LakeDebo..ah Tuesday.Mrs. W.F. Atwood
Evergreen Baptist Sunday Lynn went to Brooker later In Palatka attended graduation day dinner guests of their Christina, of Starke, were In Georgia over the Truby Wainwright Mike dance, of Keystone W.S.
School 10 a.m.; Worship the afternoon Friday and exercises at Bradford High mother, Mrs. O.J. Anders and visitors of his aunt, Miss weekend. visited her son and daughter- Heights, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; brought her home. School on Friday night. Mr. grandson Billy Anders, Jr Elizabeth Terry on Friday Mrs. Cora Hodges of in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rivers and Mr. and Mrs.Union
Training Union 8 p.m.; Mr. and Mrs Dixon Thomasof and Mrs. Virgil Griffis and Mr.and Mrs. Tim Wilkersonand afternoon.Mr. Macclenny is spending some Wainwright and family, of Hyman and family and Mrs.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Starke, spent Wednesday children remained for the family enjoyed an outingat .and Mrs. Henry Hodges time with her sister, Mrs. Tallahassee, Thursday to Springs, Ala., Mr.
7 p.m. afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. weekend with her mother Ponte Vedra Beach, attended Services at First Hester Hicks. Mrs. Hodges Saturday. While there Mrs. Bubber Pope and family and,
Faith Baptist: Radio Carl Prevatt. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and Jacksonville, on Saturday. Baptist Church of Dallas, recently returned from Wainwright attended her Maryville, Tenn., Mr.
Program on WPXE, 8 a.m. Sincere sympathy of the sister Mrs. Daisey Bach. Ralph Futch and children, Texas,on Sunday. The church Macclenny Hospital. granddaughter Jan's high Mrs. W.S. Rivers Jr., and
Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m.; community is extended to the Mrs. Joyce Futch, of Black-. Jeff and Karen of Black took them on a tour of the Mrs. Wayne Hardee and school graduation. Jack's son family, of Dothan, Ala., Mrs of
Worship Services 11 a.m. and family and relatives of Mrs. shear, Ga., was a Tuesday Mountain, N.C. were over church afterwards which tookan children, visited her grandparents David came home with his Harry Pringle and children,
7:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting Ella Prescott, who passed dinner guest of her sister, night guests of his brother and hour. Then they rode Mr. and Mrs. Edward grandmother to spend a week Auburndale Mrs. Kathy and
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Friday night. Miss Elizabeth Terry. Duringthe sister-in-law on Thursday around town until time for the Hatcher of Middleburgon with her. Jenny Oaks, Birmingham,
Grace United Methodist: away Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and afternoon, Mrs. Futch They were Thursday dinner plane to leave for home. Thursday.Mr. Mr. and 'Mrs. Bennett Ala., Mrs. Iva McKinney, Mr.
Sunday School, 9:45a: .m. ; son, Robert Milliard/ visited went to Jacksonville Beach, guests of his mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Steele of and Mrs. J.B. Taylor, Wilkison Jr of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Robert Springer and
Worship Services II a.m. and Mrs. Jenkins' mother, Mrs. and was an overnight guest of Joyce Futch. Jeff and Karen Monroe, Tenn., and Mr. and Jr., of Jacksonville, visited brought their daughter, family, of Auburndale Mr.
7:30: pin. Choir Practice 7 OJ. Anders on Tuesday. her son and daughter-in-law. spent a few days with Tony Mrs. Duane Steele and Missie their sister, Mrs. Lucille T. Geneva to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ellington, and
pm.; MYF 7:45 on Wed- Mr and Mrs. Thomas Mr.and Mrs. Terry Futch and and Christina Brantly at the of Apple Creek Ohio, and Ivey, and their nephew and and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, S..., family and Russell Green., Jr.
nesday night. Whaley and daughters, of family. home of their grandparents, Mrs. Lester Walker and niece, Mr. and Mrs. D.R. on Friday. The parents returned DIXIE YOUTH
United Methodist Women Tampa were weekend guestsof Miss Carey Mathis, of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green, Wannis, met her husband Brown and Cynthia on Friday. home that afternoon BASEBALL
met at the church Tuesday their daughters Misses Winter Garden, and Mrs. near Starke. Lester Walker at Silver Lake Elder A.E. Massey attended and Geneva remained for several Dixie Youth Baseball 1977
with 14 present. Mrs. George Lynn and Kelly, Whaley, of Ruby Thomas of Jacksonville, Fred Moore, Jr., formerly'of Park near Tallahassee on his grandsons's, Daniel days. American and National
Roberts Sr., presided; Mrs. Starke. While here they attended visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Homestead, visited his Wednesday and were over- Massey, Jr.'s graduation on Mr. and Mrs. Dick Thomas Leagues second half of play.
Frank Coss gave the Kelly's graduation Prevatt at noon on Thursday. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred night guests returning homeon Monday night at Naples. and three grandchildren from Tuesday, June 14th: 5:45:
Devotional. After the businesswas exercises at Bradford High Mrs. J.P. Wyrick of Moore, Tuesday to Thursdayon Thursday. Mrs. Leonard Melton and Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. pm. Pirates meet Lawtey
attended to, the meetingwas School Friday night. Tallahassee and Mrs. C.E. his way to his home in Mr and Mrs. Albert Tinsler mother, Mrs. Louise Messerare Carl Prevatt on Saturday Blue in Lawtey.WednesdayJune.
adjourned. Mr. and Mrs Lynn Boch. Strickland of Gainesville, Hendersonville, N.C. and Charley, of Homestead, spending two weeks at afternoon. 15th: 5:45:
The new pastor W.C. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, and were Friday overnight guestsof Mr. and Mrs. Charles came up for his daughter Hannah State Park, Jackson- p.m. Lawtey Gold meet
Wright, formerly of White Mrs. Daisey Bach, attended their sister, Miss Elizabeth Harper and family, of Robyn Tinsler and Bill ville. Col. and Mrs. -Wm. Wilson Angels in Starke.
Springs, brought his first graduation exercises Friday Terry During the afternoonMrs. Wauchula spent the weekend Warren's wedding on Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice were overnight guests( of their Thursday June 16th: 5:45:
message on Sunday June 12th. night at Bradford High School. Joyce Futch was a with their grandmother. Mrs.: Saturday night. went to Long Branch cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin p.m. Lawtey Gold Meet
Highland Baptist: Sunday All of these and Mr. and Mrs. supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. C.R.Crews.They were supper Mr. and Mrs. Andy Harveyand Cemetery Sunday afternoon to Woods, of Tampa on Thurs- Braves in Lawtey.
School, 10 a m.; Worship Ser Thomas Whaley and family of Carl Prevail. Later she came guests of her son-in-law and Daric of Perry spent the be with the Prescott family day.Those Friday,June 17th: 5:45: p.m.
vices 11 am. and 7 p.m..; Tampa Mr. and Mrs. Virgil by and carried her sisters to daughter, Mr. and Mrs. weekend with their parents, after the funeral at Highland attending the River's Giants meet Lawtey Blue in
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Griffis and family, and Mrs. her son Ralph Futch's and Tommy Clayton and son Tom, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling church. reunion at the home of Mr. Starke.

7'3u: p.m.I.aura. -- -. ._-- ___ .uu .
Baptist: Sunday r I'. ', "" '.,- ,' r. r ; "" r. .. >' .,", ,, ., :'.<
School 10 a.m. Worship 1 \ f; "i{ < I. .y ,,
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: I I \ 1 < < e4. V .....<...') V. ->-.it'\V *
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p.m. ; Prayer Meeting \ \ '' r v .'HM' J'r l"tfb
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. I \ I i ai
Norttalde Baptist: Sunday e \ l
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School 10 a.m.; Worship f \.....-- '_ .o 1 "_ "
Services 11 a.m and 7 pm.;
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at

7pm SI. John's Missionary >. C..A-, f'yT.n.t .A rQ i+t&. J I

Itjplist: Sunday School 10 ; i ,25 ''>
a m. Worship Services 11 a.m.
and 3 p.m. on Second and
fourth Sundays. Prayer Band
Mondays at noon. 1250 L
Smrynu Missionary Baptist
: Sunday School 10 a.m.; PROFESSIONAL'STYLER l
Worship Services 11 a.m. and : BRUT 33 .w 1
7 p.m.; 81'S 5:45: p.m. Prayer Bottleolt00.umd1 DlsPOSaBLE /
:Meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m.I.AVVTKV SPLASHONCONSORT ,

Those receiving perfect b -I ITri 7-ounce Bottle Limit 2 1'r, a r '. f' 2 speeds 4 heat settings
attendance awards for 1976-77 A y '; ,k ;r" *' Reg. 1699m

were Kindergarten: : Don Bright; S 4 9
1st Grade: Don Bright Terrell HAIRSPRAY r ::?
Johnson Clayton Rosier A t3-ounce. REGULAR OR ? f 7t FOIW.
grade: Billy Gault Edward EXTRA HOLD-LIMIT TWO j i x .J i
Lamb. Corey Roberts; third y ? J '
tirade Lonnie Hamilton r
Reginald Johnson Jeffery r{ 4 ; 1r? LIMIT TWO22IN.CUT
!McClellan and Ernest Whitley 1r' r raf'LAffrl, '(1 .i' ,r' !
y r
Fourth grade: Sam WHITE RAINHAIR rn
;Norman'; Valane Randolph.
Fifth Grade: Steve Marshall. SPRAY
Those students receiving l is-ounco non-aerosol LIMIT 2 '
Music Award Letters for 1976- H EXTRA HOLD SELF-PROPELLED
Kindergarten: Melissa Rae CATCHBHm
Backus: 1st Grade: Terrell ', POWER EDGER MOWER 7""" p 'I uFIUE NII

Johnson and Billy Stroud, 2nd
2 P
Grade: Howard Norman / 3 S Bnggs ft Stratton engine.
*; / .t MOTOR 4 CYCLE
Kenneth Norman. Dale r PEPSODENTTOOTHPASTE Adjustable 1 cutting height FRUIT OF THE LOOM
:Norman and Kevin Norman;
:.trd Grade Carey Mize, 9988 88 T-SHIRTS or
Reggie Johnson. Jeffery 65 ounce Tube. Limit 2
:\lc'l'It'lIan. Nancy Shuford y! rt V-NECK SHIRTS

and Hrenda Sikes: 4th Grade: Q ;i,.. 100% cotton shirts Assorted sues. Pack
Philip Crews Dollie Me- 3 WHEELS FOR ol 3 V-Neck or T-Shirts Reg 3 for 4.39
(Taney Debra Orleman Y EASY EDGING. REG. t141.88
(1I\\l'n) Southerland, Kenna REG. $11988KiS
\Vilkerson. Tommy Barnes,
Janet Griffis, Andy Norman, 17388
Kim Norman, and Valarie ( ; DISSTON
/2 INCH X 50 FTBoso,40.Salepncencludes
K.indolph.: 5th Grade: Carlton r
Johnson and Barbara Newport GRASS TRIMMER (
6th Grade: Edward 15' Oil Label Limit 1 4 GARDENHOSE FRUIT OF LOOM

Crews Gerald Gullion. Phillip REG KNIT BRIEFS
Lee Lex Parrish, Stuart J399

Sholia fault')'SoutherhmdI'KKSONAI.S. Bruce Simmons. and 'w HEAD ANDina 't4if1<: 11 E9 PAC'3 '2881000IoCOItOn.REG. : ': .69

: : I $2.99 9
Friends of Mrs Cora y SHOULDERS EGS-;7 19
Morions of Macclenny sister VI I et1T WITH CORDLESS DURABLE MEN'S
of Mrs. Hester links, regret to learn ( ,,..' | 7-ounce Lotion or 4-ounce Tube Limit 2 > >ORLON SOCKS
that she is a patient in Mac- i / Asst sizes,
clrnny Hospital( Our prayers 14 IN X 14'IN. TABLE TOPHIBACHI y 88 8. colors' '
are wIth her f, f f WITH CHROMEPLATED METALHOSE Reg. 99
Ab Norman, and Pastor GRILL
John "hasteen of Highland : '
Church.'isltl'd Mr. and Mrs. ;.: ; ALO 4 01. MEN'S BELTS
Carl i'revatt on Sunday af 4rZ' Limit 1 REG '9.99 i ADJUSTS "
TAN SPRAY f> a Asst sizes
ternoon. June 5th. and had ;' f' i 1 1tr w. TO POWERFUL 1 OO & styles

prayer Lynn with Koch them spent while Friday there.to /s,{, +12* ,\ 788 \\\\)SPRAY. #407C Reg 297

'a '' + r a CAST REG 1.19 89.

1 BODY flfl Asst colors
'F.nn.n'lRS: :"\ Ji" I OO & designs

1'eleransService Officer, : :' r: HANDLE STYROfOAM
25-ounce Regular and Herbal r IMPULSESPRINKLER MEN'S

The Veterans Service Office Llm.11 ICE CHEST .
will be closed: from June 20 to VINYL CASUALS

July 6 :(t '. :J ; ( BlStfSSS?*'

If you were in a Veterans Reg $.99 ,
Administrative hospital and ,, VITALIS 129 V WITH OR SPIKE-FULL 48
VA thought a small improve- HAIR DRESSING ''r" 1A' .e REG. SK-5 CIRCLE. -
ment home MIM'SI..n&DIClO..
in would
your .. ... / 1 .88
make it possible to care for ? )-ounce Bottle Limit 1 t REG. '6.29 +.:-55:
you there, the agency mightbe A 'e TJS. ;. 5- WALK SHORTS _
able to pick up the tab for ". .\ 88 ASSI.style.' .
the improvements. 15 QT. IGLOO 17 FT. ',;; 5 colors 4 designs.Reg .
to 7
Health Care Act of 1976.

enacted October 21, 1976.permits :t .. r ,, MENKN1TSHIRTS

improvements necessary"to assure home f TRIPPER KIT I m IN ASSORTED COLORS 9 '

continuation of medical treat- 2 *tyle. traditional. double : ,
ment or to provide access to }, ftpfwad or umqut flip-Hop kit Limit 1 ,,i $ 8 CHAIRS fOR ALUM ft 2 49* WITH COLLAR
the residence or to essential p
lavatory and sanitary facili- d r'.1 REG RE0.39'. 88 4 BUTTON PIACKIT
IMICR/N 24 01. i "EG 14 99
Reimbursement, not to MICRIN LIMIT c
exceed $2.500, is authorizedfor 3 TWO GALLON SURF RIDER
Improvements and / t I NUN'S.
structural alterations made in i IGLOO WITH .
connection with medical ROPECH KNIT '
treatment of veterans with T COOLER
service-connected disabilities. 40 CT.REG .
Veterans with non-service- OR
connected disabilities may be COOL
reimbursed for home improvement 'Ar'c %iM ao!| WITH COMFORT WITH
up to WOO, provided ti SIT-ON 788' 597 REG 7.97 ABLE. 4 88 CONTRASTING

VA agreed to, and approved in- + tj y ,I.' :COVEflr'REG.. 9.99 REG. 6.99 STITCHES
the alterations r .

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I k.i4.i>: '-..- ..-.. OBITUARIES :
History of RJE School Community News 7:30.: Prayer Band Meeting
Realizing that some Monday 7:30: p.m. Prayer
'Tyra Powell,67 area, Mrs. Prescott was born time of his death was members of the School Board Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m.
Tyra Powell, 67, of Rt. 3, July 22, 1901. She was a organizational maintenance may not readily remember, Friday Bible Study is Fridayat
Lake Butler,died Wednesday, member of the Highland officer with the Florida and others may not be was elected Chairman. From by Elizabeth Givens Walker Rev. L.R. Davis will con- 7:30 p.m. IIYPU is Sundayat
June 8, in Starke Nursing Baptist Church and her National Guard.Survivors familiar with, the beginningand then on the committee held Phone 964-6683 duct a revival meeting in 5:30: p.m.Greater.
Home following a long illness. husband was the late Elisha include: his growth of RJE High frequent meetings and Gainesville for Rev. Eugene Bethlehem
Mr. Powell born in Prescott. widow, Sara R. Stephens; his School, we offer the following donations were received in "come and go" basis until Galney, pastor of the First Freewill Baptist Church -
Columbia County May 30, Survivors include: two sons mother, Lillie S. Drake of brief history for your In- amounts as small as $.50 andas April 7, 1977, when a fire took Baptist Church,June 27 July Vacation' Bible School will
1910,was a grounds keeper for Russell S. Prescott and Orlando; three sons, FreddieM. formation and in explanationof large as $200 as county place and closed down the L begin June 20 until July 1. It
the University of Florida. He Frederick M.Prescott,both of Stephens John C. the reason the black churches designated certain premises completely. Plcanifnt Grove Every first runs from 6:30, ) 8:45.: The
was a Baptist and the son of Lawtey; two brothers, Carson Stephens, Jr. and Hugh C. community feels so strongly offerings to the land fund, Bradford County Branch and second Monday night at Theme Is "God a Very Help""
the late Johnny! Powell and Griffis of Highland, and Stephens, all of Starke, and attached to and is so deeply county elementary schoolsand NAACP will meet Monday. 7:30: Is the Young Adult Choir Monday night was a work
Sarah Nettles! Elbert B. Griffis, Sr of Ft -five grandchildren. interested In the building and RJE High School took up June 20 at 7:30: p.m. for rehearsal. Every Tuesday night. The ''Tuesday night
Survivors include his Lauderdale. Graveside funeral services grounds. collections for donations to the business of vital importance. night is the Young Junior Prayer Meeting is at 7:30.:
widow, Geraldine Douglas Funeral services were held were held Tuesday,June 14, in High school classes for fund,and citizens sacrificed to All interested citizens and Choir rehearsal at 7. Prayer Wednesday night is Senior .
Powell; one daughter, Mrs. Sunday, June 12, in the Crosby Lake Cemetery with black children in Bradford make individual contributionsuntil members are asked to be Meeting Wednesday at 7:30.: Choir rehearsal. Story Hour Is
Susan Ann Forsyth, of Highland Baptist Church with Rev. Ben Bryant officiating. County were first held in the in July 1945 Articles of present.The cooperation of all Bible Study is Thursday night Thursday night at730. Bible
Raiford; four sons, Thomas, Rev. George Chism and Rev, Military rites were conferred. RJE grade school in the Reno Agreement were signed by the is needed. After the Business at 7. Sunday School is at 10 School workshop is Thursdayat
Mitchell and Terry Powell of John Chasteen officiating. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral section of Starke. By 1945 committee trustees and Mrs. meeting, a program will be am. The annual Rally Day 8 p m. in the Library of the
Lake Butler, and John Powell, Burial was in Long Branch Home was in charge ,of conditions had become so Pauline Garcia for purchaseof presented. will terminate Rev John Church. Friday night at 8 a
U.S. Marine Corps stationedin Cemetery near Maxville with arrangements. crowded that the black the land at a price of $1000 floss Jr. will speak from Musical extravaganza will be
North Carolina; two sisters, DeWitt C. Jones Funeral citizens of the county felt that paid at time of signing the Church News Haiford. Rev L.H. Davis will sponsored. Anyone interestedmay
Mrs. Mina Moore of take Home of Starke in charge of a new high school buildingwas deed with a balance of$1000 to Ebcnezer Baptist Church speak al 7:30.: participate. Tiny Tots
Butler and Mrs. Nora Mc- arrangements.John WHAT'S NEW needed. Having been told be paid by November I, 1947. Bible Class, Tuesday 7:30: ) Free Canaan Prayer rehearse Saturday at 7 from
Cullough of Starke, and one by the school board that theo On July 26, 1948, the land 8:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting, Meeting Tuesday at 7 p.m. Dinners will be sold
granddaughter. C.Stephens Sr, board had n money with was deeded by "A.O. Jenkins, Thursday night 7-8 Ebenezer Tarrying Service 7:30: the kitchen Friday and
Funeral services were held CWO John C. Stephens, Sr. Vlf which to buy land as a site fora George Little and C.A. Crumas pastor and congregation will Wednesday. Bible Study Saturday beginning at 11 a.m.
Friday June 10, In the 59, of Starke died Saturday? new school, the black Trustees of Colored School be In charge of a service at the Friday 7:30: p.m. Morning!,: Sunday dinners will be servedat
Johnstown Baptist Church June n, In St. Lukes Hospitalin citizens of Bradford Countytold District No. 3 of Bradford Church of God in Putnam Hall Worship at 1 11. Evening 12:30: p.m. Sunday School is
with Rev C.F. Currance of. Jacksonville following' a A device for Improving the the School Board that County" to the Board of Friday night, June 17 at 7:30.: Worship is at 7:30.: at 9:30: a m. Morning Worshipis
ficiation. Burial was in Mt. long illness. taste of water(for householduse they would raise the money to Public Instruction of Bradford Sunday School 10 a.m. Mor Mt. Morlah Prayer at 11 and Evening Worshipis
Zion Swift Creek Cemeterywith Born in Morristown, Ten- by screening out buy the land if the School County for "the sum of ten ning Worship 11 Evening Meeting Tuesday at 7:30: pm. at 6.Flrsl. C
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral notjsee November 6, 1917, Mr. Impurities Is Instant Clean. Board would build the dollars and other valuable Worship 6. Choir rehearsal at 7:30: pm. Born Church -
Home of Starke In charge of Stephens had lived in Starke The manufacturer says thai building and a committee was considerations." Construction New Bethel Baptist Church Sunday School 9:30: a.m. A Tuesday Prayer Meeting is at
the arrangements. since 1942. He was a Navy the unit can be Installed on a formed consisting of., then began on the new school The Deacon's Board will meetat Father's Day program will be'' 7:45: p.m. Friday Tarrying
of the various and classes started and 5 p.m. on Tuesday. Bible Service is at 7:45: p m. Sunday
veteran of WW II, and a standard tap In 30 seconds representatives presented at 11 am. Sunday.
member of the Florida and will remove 100 per cent black churches in the county. continued until the new law Class and Prayer Meeting is The United Methodist Women School 10:45: a.m. Morning
Mrs.KllaG. first for restructuring of classes Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. There Worship is at 11:30:: a m. I Home
Prescott held its
National Guard for 30 years. of chlorine sediment rust The committee will meet at 4 p m.
Mrs. Ella G. Prescott 75, of Mr. Stephens was a memberof algae bad taste, odor and meeting June, 1945, at which and integration closed down will be a special work day Choir No. 2 will have their Mission: UPCW, 6 p.m. with
the of toward RJE as a High School and it Saturday, June 18 all day. A. exchange services with
Highland section Ht. 1, the National Rifle color. The filter is supposedto time $54.00 donations anniversary program June 26. I
Lawtey died Friday, June 10, Association, a member of the need about the land purchase was was abandoned by the school special business meeting will God's Miracle and Gainesville church.
changing only
in Bradford County Hospital American Legion and a received. The organization system for such purposes. The be held June 21 at 8 p.m. All Deliverance Church Sunday Greater Allen ChapelA.M.E
following a brief illness. member of the First" Baptist every three years. meeting was held June 11,1945 building was utilized members are asked to be School 10 a.m. Morning 'hurch Prayer
A lifetime resident of the Church. His position at the and Professor A.O. Jenkins thereafter in a fragmented present. Worship 11. Evening Worship'N Meeting night 7 and p.m.Class Silent Tueady Club

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0- -- meeting 8 p.m. Sunday school i

...... 10 a m. Morning Worship 11.
,- ,' .' 'AIIIIII'' ,.,.... '\ 'l t FATHER'S DAY OR Rev Lamb, presiding of the
I.; { -d" <<- I THE MAN WHO'S GOING PLACES! West Jacksonville District
<' ;
L.tr\! ; ; ISJUNE
<;: _y. If \ li I will hold the third quarterly
.. 1 ",? t 19th BRUT JET SETplans conference June 24th at II
: ; nn, a m. All boards are asked to
l : I For lhe man who' go.ngpl have written reports.
,y7yt c.. Kit' includes 1'h' o.
Lotion 2-oe. Creme Sriava 5 oI DeliveranceIlracle:
r it { C end 2-o Deodorant Spray 6
.q. .r -y..Yrl' t r !. 1. Ram r Y I. : 4 It. t n r 7 S' TJ Revival 'enter- Weekly
services begin Tuesday and
Thursday night at 7:30: with
100'S MEN'S 8i LADIES &* ]*!?$:;%'* ARDEN FOR MEN the pastor in charge. A singing
extravaganza is set Saturdayat
.*>:*; OFUGHTS SPALDING SANDALWOODAFTER 4 OZ. LIMIT 1 8 pm. with choirs and

s TIMEXWATCHES I f y Sunday singers from School far and 10 a.m.near., E

r GILLETTE : f| GOLF :' SHAVE 600 Morning following.Worship Evening immediately

:' James A. pastor.
u ;LIGHTER'c+ r j; 0/ i.7>2 cover tor maximum durability"lill try ; fundaroodIPS
? t construction
Ire 1Reg.Disposable.. 1.98 Assorted colors. it ,r j} f.fS Lively center/maximum distance' ;y& ;, '

m = } 2 Charged
r' : ,
m {
e $ LIMIT TWO 8 PAKS With Theft
; Box ol 12 8 PAK
l f5
: Jinratt F ? :

12 01. CANS Of 82 Tires
//;:Yf REG. S7.99Kl A Ai
1 < '
.i Two men were charged with
SZEBCO 17ve// 133'Portable grand larceny on June 10 for
the theft of 82 trailer tires
valued at $2,050 from Starke I;
XB-65 NIC!
LLOYD'S AM .: Home Center, 1650 N. Temple

frF 20-INCH FAN MILITARY'' Ave.The men charged!: are 27-
year old Junior Hodge, Kt. 1
Spring loaded disc drag. e Box(WA, High Springs,and 28-
Selective anil reverse Peg blades Easy deluxe to model.clean silelygrills. 5- RADIO T121NSECT year old Michael Ray Vause.
Model 3713 rag : O o sw.A Rt. 1 Box 321. Gainesville,
4.c: ) BATTERY OPERATED REPELLANT 1 both employees of the home
REG. 7.99 .a center.
t 7-ounce aerosol.' T.49
FiCeralasa Rod : i Reg F' On June 7. Bob Gise,
manager of the home center,a j f' Ll
JOHNNY MACK 11' 18 99 599 i ; division of Guerdon Industries '

FISH BOARD MN8379 MODEL missing.to reported Starke police the tires and

WITH FILLET KNIFE REG $3.79 Vii said he thought they must
Hardwood board axr.. SHAVINGKIT 1:5 have been taken over the
99 with clamp Stainless' j weekend according to Starke i
6 steel t knife & Sneain NORELCO 8 CUP REMINGTON RADIAL I
x' 8 81t investigators.
9 99 ,
Reg. iS; ; K2 r In order for 82 trailer tiresto
COFFEEMAKER i'- SHAVER. WITH SIDE POCKET be taken at once a large
PLANO 6300 : : f truck had to be used to trans-

TACKLE BOX t. :) CONTOURED HEAD-FULL '. .' O ?sv I :A'' port them, but investigators \
r said there was no evidence of
25 compartments. lifetime MATICTEMPERATURE TRIMMER EASY TO 1! ''ix this. A large truck makes deep
latch. Model Beg 6300 It 99 & BREWING TIME CLEAN-REG. 36 99OO88l 11 tJ CLAMP-ON PEG 3 99 tire'found.tracks and none were

8 Investigators said they soon
88 EX T-M. UMBRELLA 88 .y found the tires had been removed -
9 ;+ ; ;
... I from the home center
MODEL5i29 : *
5Wafc 7.r iVc on four different occasions
DELUXE REG 26 99 #RC5. /_ r s ar May 12, !May 19. May 24 and
SEAT CUSHION !May 26. with about 20 tires
taken on each date. I
BUCKET PACK OF 50 ka The tires valued at $2.050. g I
Open weave max- A/**from .v were taken to Ocala on each .;
CQOt-MAV t *ia F4 "
.u ventilation. THE HANDLE poianxtd lens3 ON FOAMCUPS occasion and sold to a salvage .
599 Reg 8 49 COOLRAYJNUDES' r' yard there. The two men were
KODAK INSTANT CAMERA paid a total of S2.0IW for the
: tires. :
VINYL TUBE METAL RIGHT PICTURES\ BEFORE DEVELOP Sunglasus vvith their framet off it y1t: 7-DUnCe. Hog 59' % The men are out on $2,500 -

YOUR EVES .,., e bail apiece. The investigationof
STACK CHAIR 00 .yti. I r, the theft Is continuing.
29' n "o}! '" PLASTIC FOR CAR OR BOA! REG. 29" "'eieef

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THE COOL ONE! FOR Attend Citizenship!

SNACKTRAY Q For auto wan FILTO PIPESWITHRETR0.: E c k erd's famous photo offer ,,.a, SessionLocal

+ removable IMter RATHSKELLER '
basket. Model 2999 Heg 5 49 WEIGHS FOR COOL LESS A MILD THAN SMOKING'1 OUNCE TWICE THE PRINTS "1 'r 4ll'er Stacey Hayes of

399 REG. .6.95 G t an*xtra t ol prints STEINS 2 o0 ? 1977 Brooker nationwide will take part citizen in the

6 ALUMINUM with everyre3Adcaelra THERMO-SERV ASSTD. ; ship short course in
I le f Mack: and white print lUirictov BEERBRANDS-REG. 1.99 fOR W Washington, D.C., June 1924.
lop d and printed... Stacey, daughter of Mrs.
FOLDING BED 't''t.' '. TODAY AND EVERYDAY'TWICETHE {' ey'o ti p.e ?;'sn8s a, r t" Janie Hayes,and a member of
I 1---IImmU'WJ the Brooker 4-H Club will
1 INCH TUBULAR ALUMINUM I leave Saturday June 18, with
FRAME FULL 1 ft INCH MATTRESS I 5-IN. X 7-IN. I 47 other youth and seven
I FOLDS tASILV REG. 21 88 11 FILM / leaders to spend the week.
i ENLARGEMENT' I The citizenship program
I I When you pick up your ,1; u" ill focus on four major areas
I favorite developed film and:prints, 'a4 I of concern citizenship,
I t buy two rob of Kodacotor I energy and the environment,
I 79OU'
I or Mack and whit print international interdependenceand
I 1 r film for the regular price involvement in the community '
) of Ofte_ or "what' happens. ..
a ,_ __ r r JUNE r r r a ? r. TODAY AND EVERYDAY, when we" ,return home.

Tour highlights will includethe
L Capitol, White House

PEOPLE QUALITY TRUST' :CKRD'N: PRICES DAILV9'9SUNDAV1 GOOD THI.5lM:WED.. (] (EDIlJIlJE1lJ 3' i! ( :? L! lB]i e JE sonian Agriculture Pord'i Library Theater Institute of Congress Research and Beltsville,National Farms.Smith-

FOR Gallery of Arts.
t > IMUMMOM ff 831 S. Walnut : The Rotary Club of Starke

a SERVICE AT LOW. LOW PRICES! ," : ''the has cost donated'of sending money Stacey to defray to


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Mammoth live oak tree dominates this area of Crosby Lake
Cemetery, near reflecting pond.


tf.D.C'. memorial to Conft'derateor dead
stands guard near entrance to Crosby Lake I

Crosby Lake Cemetery presents a beautiful vista, looking from the old part toward the Cemetery.
newly platted area.
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In Lieu Of FlowersThe FAd

voice at the other end of the line lasting benefits. All cemetery
associations in need of funds, and
was that of a Jacksonville resident are 4J- _
interested in tracking down information have many more demands on their _
about some of his forebears in this area. limited resources than can be supplied.The t ;x -.-
During the course of his research he had f

occasion to visit all or most of the next time a friend or relative "
cemeteries in Bradford and Union passes on, and the family requests "no J > dt4

Counties and, "I was impressed by the flowers" remember that no more useful,

beauty and well-kept condition of the as well as appreciated, expression of % ; ;-
be made than memorial ; -
cemeteries I visited in your area he sympathy can a ,_ _. -
said. I would like the people to know gift to the cemetery association in the lr'r.

that their efforts are appreciated and name of your departed friend or ;. .

that this speaks well of the love and relative.

respect that they have for those who Tff

have gone before them.

Dyal Cemetery Is in a peaceful setting near New.River. Conner Cemetery, D b\ I
This gentleman's comments arousedour Congress Fiddles nearly adjoining al.I'Ilorael.l( ; palms.V

curiosity and touched off a visit to

several of the larger cemeteries of the While Gas BurnsAs
county and one in neighboring Union.

We found that our caller was right _
with one exception we found them all in Congress dillies and dallies, the 15-
excellent condition showing evidence of Nation Worship on Alternative Energy r

systematic cleaning and beautification Strategies released a stern warning I ,.

programs that have paid off in making the bluntest message to date that

these "last resting places" retreats oft western industrial nations and Japan,

quiet beauty and peacefulness rather which are hooked on imported oil, must 4 If'T '
than depressing spectacles of weeds and reduce their dependence on oil with r

underbrush.In "wartime urgency" or there won't be T

enough to go around in as few as four to
visiting these areas it is evident six years.In .1. K.
that our pioneer settlers used great care M 4w

and thoughtfulness in selecting sites in .
a grim summary of its findings the '
which to bury their loved ones. Almost tWAES coordinator said, "All: our work

without exception, they are located in ,can be boiled down to a simple message: :4 1
I areas that have natural beauty. Usually The free world must drastically curtail
atop a knoll higher than the surrounding the growth of energy use and move 0:11

land, they are shaded by hardwood massively out of oil into other fuels with Santa Fe Cemetery near Hampton Lake, has Impressiverock
treesoaks, magnolias, and cedars. The wartime urgency. Otherwise, we face entrance gate posts.
ancient stones and wrought-iron fences' foreseeable catastrophe."
add a picturesque note to the well-kept

grounds. In the meanwhile, new figures show
I Sapp Cemetery,near Raiford, Is one of the best cared for in this area.,
Most of the cemeteries are nowmanaged how rapidly the U.S. is shifting: to Arab County Agent's By f

: by church organizations or and other OPEC sources for oil ex- j'
associations that are responsible for posing Americans to possible economic Bobby
:I their care. The fashioned "cemetery disruption in the event of a future Notebook Taylor John R. Smith Graduates Magna Cum Laude

working" where families would gather embargo. The U.S. appetite for \ .

: once or twice a year, bring their work petroleum grows steadily while I With 7 Awards From Ala. School Of DentistryCharles
tools and a basket lunch and spend the domestic oil production continues to All cattlemen are urged to Speaking of programs
day cutting weeds and mowing grass, shrink. In the first quarter, of 1977, register and vote in the Beef Ralph Brown of the Division of .... Also captured was 'the
I Research and Information Plant Industry of the Florida Douglas Smith, son
imports averaged 9.2 million barrels
of American Academy of Orthodontists
almost the -
i are a thing past. Order referendum.The Department of Agricultureand of LTC (Ret.) and Mrs. JohnR.
: Associations, if well financed, can do a dailyalmost 50 per cent of total U.S. Consumer Services called Smith of Starke, received ... Award for exceptional

I better job, at any rate, since descendants consumption.The referendum, approvedby last week to say that aerial seven top honors during cere- orthodontics ability and the interest American in
of many of the older families have the Secretary of Agri- application of fire ant bait is monies Saturday, June 4, recognizing College of Dentists Award for
WAES study said that despite culture allows cattlemen scheduled for Monday, June outstanding
I moved from the area, or are no longer to r the highest degree of technical
20. This application will be achievement by members of
efforts all industrial vote on establishing a national
expected by demonstrated
living and cannot be depended on to ability duringthe
only to those farms and land the graduating class of the
I countries in the next 25 to reduce uniform collection plan to four the Walter J.
keep their lots presentable. years fund research, promotion and that owners signed up for last School of Dentistry at the Uni- Pelton
energy demand and shift to other fuels, consumer information .fall and early this spring. versity of Alabama in Bir r Award Community Demstry
for leadership in efforts -
But cemetery maintenance is costly, the non-Communist world will be faced-- programs. mingham. -r+r4 to improve oral health of
This would be
I in the of the perhaps as early as the 1980V- with an a good time '
especially case larger ones, for all landowners who have a Smith, graduating Magna the public, and a C.V'Mosby
such as Crosby Lake Cemetery near annual oil shortage which will grow by To be eligible must to vote, with beef fire ant problem to consider a Cum Laude, was the recipientof Book Award for outstanding
Starke which is the 2,000 to 15-20 million barrels a producers register control achIevement.
managed by an year their county Agricultural program whether or the Alpha Omega Scholar
association comprised of representativesof dayabout the rate of current U.S. Stabilization and Conservation not they signed up for this pro- ship Award, given annually to Smith was also selected for
three local churches. Maintenance of consumption.In Service (ASCS) office gram. I'll be happy to discuss the student who has attained membership in Omicron
before 5 tomorrow this with you if you have the highest scholastic averagefor Kappa Upsilon National
this expansive area costs over $6,000 a p.m. four dental Dental Honor
questions or concern. the years In. Society.
year, which is derived from the sale of spite of these dire warnings (Friday, June 17)) Producerswho school.. The Academy of

lots, voluntary contributions, and Congress continues to knuckle under to vote. do not register cannot Looks like dry weather General Denistry Award was can Academy of Periodon-' former Smith Karen is married to the
I memorials made at the time of death in a the powerful oil and gas lobbies, and a transportation and low prices given to Smith as the Out tology Award as the out- Dothan, Alabama Douglas and plans to
family which requests "no flowers." In fear of the loss of votes if the American Any person, such as a will cause our watermelon standing general practitioner.He standing student In that begin his career in the prac-
also received the Ameri- '
:addition to the annual upkeep, Crosby people are forced to curtail their gas- rancher, feedlot operator, or growers to have a poor season special field. tice of general dentistry.SLETTERS.
dairy farmer who was a beef this I'll talk about this
I Lake Cemetery Association is attempting guzzling life style. producer during calendaryear and year.our vegetable situation
to build up a reserve fund of 1976 can register and next week. Russian Strike-Power Ahead
$50,000 or more which can be invested Some 35 academic industrial, and vote Each production entity

and the interest used to provide perpetual governmental leaders, together with such as a family, partnership, Don't forget lawn fertilization -
I care for the cemetery. more than 40 national associates, or corporation is entitled to insect and disease con- 'Guardsman Tells RotariansA
one vote. A 4-H or FFA trol, and other management
worked on the WAES national teams.
member may register and in lawn and
With more and more families Although President Carter has been vote provided he or she is an practices garden programs your this month. grim picture' of the clean-up. He said that NATO FRANCIS OVATION
requesting that donations be made to saying much the same thing on the home eligible producer or owner of Problems can develop in a :comparative strengths 'of the forces are not geared to this C\RRIES\IESSAGE:
churches, charities, or cemeteries "in front, this was the first time that such an cattle separate from the hurry, and early detection, Warsaw Pact countries (Including -, blitz-type of operation.:

lieu of flowers," this practical custom alert has been sounded so strongly and family operation.Cattlemen and control programs are forces (including Russia) and the NATO U.S.) Crupl said the most likely Dear Editor:

presents an opportunity to the public to authoritatively in the other nations. essential to maintaining a the Starke
can vote in healthy plant all summer. was given at attack by Russia on West It was indeed thrilling to
perform a worthwhile and much appreciated son at the ASCS office or per-by Again, check with us if you Rotary Club last week by European countries would bea hear the inspiring speech
service to the community How long will it take Congress to get mail July 515. Mail ballots have problems questions Capt. Jim Crupi of the 50th general attack on the NATO given by Mr. Charles Francisat
When the occasion arises, a memorialdonation the message? Probably not until the oil must be requested from the Area Florida National Guard central region led by armored the Graduation ceremonies
I ASCS Support Group, with head- shock troops in order to gain last Friday ,
office, and will be evening
to the association caring for the runs out and it is decades too late to do mailed out quarters in Jacksonville.! control of central Europe in
just the
I I cemetery where the deceased is to be anything about it. If Congressmen are voting period. Voters prior to must the event of political failure.As The great applause by the
Capt. Crupl, who saw
1 buried would be a fitting way of expressing afraid of losing a few votes nowwait sign the mail ballots, but only military service in West for the Russian potentialfor audience and the standing
sympathy to the bereaved until they feel the wrath of voters when county office personnel, Berlin, said the Warsaw Pact military production Crupi ovation given Mr. Francis is
, family and one that will have long- the gas tank runs dry.BRADFORD counting the ballots will see countries are about two to one said they could produce proof of the high esteem with
I them. ahead of NATO allies in enough warplanes to reequipthe which he is held by the
; I everything but nuclear British Air Force every six community
-- If 50 percent of the. weapons. The Warsaw Pact is months; could out-produce the
Rib COJ registered producers vote ahead in manpower, tanks, U.S. In tanks by a ratio of Perhaps if members of this
t t'l and two -thirds of those voting and aircraft. NATO has better three to one; and in artillery community who also feel that
I approve, the beef researchand than two to one advantage in by a ratio of nine to one. Mr.\ : Francis is the best
; &iligrap4 information will become nuclear weapons, but Capt. \"qualified
He compared the person to serve as
M1 effective. present
Three-tenths of 170 Crupi said these would Bradford School
HigH Principal
; of the price of all cattle sold probably not be used In the voluntary system of service -
;;. O oI" y will be assessed to funds the The first bueball.ame be early phases of war for fear of tow being used to supply would let members of
rats BOB G. FERGUSON'r, JOHN M 'MILLER BRIA programs The fundswill tween' two organized teams, launching an all-out nuclear manpower for U.S. forces with the School Board know their
10'fo Publisher I be administered by a beef according to World Book holocaust., the Russian system of con- feelings about this matter, he
board of 68 cattlemen selected Encyclopedia, took place in scription where all young men would receive the unanimousvote
Published each Thursday and entered a* second baa* Matter at the Post Office at Starkj, *la. under register for the draft at
19 17
'I 1 from all areas of the country. Hoboken N.J. on June The speaker 'said the age he certainly deserves for
Actof March. 3. 1879 1846 between the New York strength of the Soviet forcesare and'are subject to call-up for this position.
rate m trade area: $7 per year:$4 (month 'active
Subscription : duty later.
Knickerbocket one
You can call ASCS Nine and the in their ability to strike year-
Outside trade area: $8 per year: $4.SO six month your Club of New York. fast Pay for tile average Russian :
Starke,.Re.IV office or your County Agent It' Baseball overrunning a country, bar:and Mrs Francis Meng
r Phone 964-6305 you have questions about this The New York Nine won and having follow-up forces to soldier Is $S per month with Star Route
,.:referendum.; 23-1... come in and complete the .little' opportunity to spend Hampton,Floridaf'
J even that Captain Crupi said,

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June It."77 TELEGRAPH PagellA

Brooker Council Seeks To Determine Responsibility For Community Center

Responsibility for the Acting mayor George O. back door to the building, the first floor,of the buildingas tive of Sverdrup& Parcel told small leak and Pierce had told garbage pickup until a checkof Brooker residents can
Brooker Community Center Pierce said at the present owned by the Masonic Lodge a community center and he the council members there is the council in the past that if the minutes can be made to obtain permits to dump at the
was the subject of discussion time the city is paying for the open while the front door was was opposed to not continuingthat "slim chance" of Brooker the system fails before being determine if the present county landfill either at the
at the regular meeting of the lights and the gas and has yet padlocked.Council. policy with the city getting any Federal help to corrected, water would haveto collector is1 on a month to Courthouse or at the city hall,
town Council Tuesday night no say so over who uses the member C.J. footing the utility bills. improve the town's water be hauled to Brooker by month contract. Council Pierce reminded the board.
June 14, and tabled until building or control of the faci Stalnaker said it has been Board members said the system.Kelly said the Gainesville tanker.In member Steve Nipper said he All the council members
representatives of the lity. Pierce said he became understood in the past the Brooker 4-11 uses the facility engineering firm would other business, the would favor a contract for a were present except Otis
Masonic Lodge can meet with concerned after finding the residents of Brooker could use and had recently paneled the prepare without a fee a pre- council: longer period of time. Tetstone.
the council. inside of the building. Clerk application form to be submitted -Approved unanimouslythe ,
- -
Eva Clark was instructed to ---
to the Farmers Home purchase of 15 signs
contact the Masons and ask Administration with the possibility tabled dog contrountilBrooker
+ representatvies to meet with of obtaining state funds. attorney George
the council at the July 12 Kelly said S&P should hear Pierce can research enforce- It's A I
meeting to discuss responsi- within 30 days whether ment of existing animal con-
t 4- bility of the center. Brooker is eligible. The trol ordinances. '
Jerome Kelly, a representa existing water system has.a -Postponed action on mm-

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BCT Staff Writer beating sun off the 30 or so Starke. help to Mrs. Van Pelt. She I.-
The Homemaker Program people that came to enjoy the The picnic at Lake Palestineis calls it a "grand thing, it helps
of the Cubb Economic agency sandwiches and soft drinks. only one service that the elderly people and the sick SONNY Beef Pork, Rib,
last Friday sponsored what is Before lunch time came homemaker who can t help themselves." Deep Soil Extraction Method
becoming an annual picnic for along there was fishing out on program Thoughts such as these pass Chicken OrCombination
to Bradford and
elderly people from Bradfordand the dock; a few people landed Union provides county's elderly over the heads of the majority QUALITY Plate
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tertainment and fishing for the lake. FREE ESTIMATES 12 Oz. or 16 Oz. Steak
lazing along through Barnett, and its main goal is store.But to those who can't it
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Palestine Lake outside Lake
the shelter and listened to a survival, and programs that
activities to aged in
Butler. It was staged on land musical program put on by the two counties persons who are provide help to the elderly can Brooker, Fla. Minimum Of 200 So. Ft. |
provided by Owens of Illinois. singers and musicians from unable to perform them make the difference between 485.1528 Thru June 30, 1977
Rp+ fyl wk themselves. basic existence and living the
The Homemaker workersdo rest of their year in comfort.In .
simple things that mean a addition to the picnic at
lot to an incapacitated elderly Palestine Lake, the
person things like shopping, Homemakers put on a
doing laundry, cooking meals, Christmas and Valentine i
or just visiting. These are program for elderly people
duties of the workers who are who wish to attend. The
involved in the home refreshments at the picnic
visitation program. Withoutthe were provided by Owens
Homemakers aged Illinois, Harmony Free Will
persons must try and do the Baptist Church of Wor- 6 ,
tasks themselves, which is thington Springs and the
sometimes impossible due to Worthington Springs Women's
?Arvk sickness or lack of transportation Club, the First Baptist Churchof.
Y ., or.they must try .Lake Butler, and the Lake. .. "' .
and find help themselves."I Butler chapter of the Eastern POLAROID'SONE
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Seeing all your old friends and chatting with nothing else to me," said Grace Van Pelt a
do.The homemakers picnic brought together many people to resident of Starke. "She would TRAVEL ADVENTURE
I chat and be friendly rather than sitting home under the fan. cook meals and bring them
W.C.Wells and Emerson Holmes are shown catching up on old over to me." EDUCATION

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I 207 Graduate At BHS Monday Bradford 10 S uare A.M. Til 2/103/12 2 P.M.


207 seniors were the focal and Mrs. Thomas D. salutorian Susan Edwards
point of graduation Christopher; co-salutorian said the heaviest respon- FLORIDTHEATRE FJLLY AUTOMATIC
Hildreth daughter of sibility each senior must
ceremonies at the Bradford Nancy ,
High School stadium Friday, Mr.' and Mrs Herbert R. undertake Is to become a f MOTORIZED CAMERA
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June 10.Supt. Hildreth of Kingsley Lake,
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graduating his son Lee Casey, standing room only crowd '
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was present to witness the stage
and offered a few quiet wordsof
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were valedictorian Darla from one world into another of
greater responsibilities. Co- of her last high school act.
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the Brooker State Farmer's blame of dry weather which lower.
Market over $500,000 worth of limited crop production from 301 POLAROID FILMPOLAROID'S ;\
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CUBB Sponsors!!! sJ CHURCH vrcEe ., Visit To A Mission, Field In ,Lin a ., Peruby

Summer LunchCUBB
AIR PARK BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CIIURCII Bethel Baptist Church Julia Alvarei God so they could go out and sadness to say goodbye, but Conley and Bro. and Mrs.
CIIURCII Rev.TJen Bryant Russell Davis,Pastor teach others. also a joy to be doing what the Marty Starling and many
Economic Agency, Rev.O.D. Brooks Sunday School 10 a.m. I would like to share with We also had the privilege of Lord wants. Other families.
Inc., Starke, will be Orange Street Sunday: Sunday School,' Morning Worship 11 a.m.;; the people of Bradford Countymy attending a Peruvian funeralIt I wish the people in, the Also!going to Peru with Gail
soring the "Summer Food 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.; trip to Lima, Peru.A was sad, but also somethingwe United States loved one an- and me was her sister, Mrs.
Service Program for SUNDAY: Sunday School 10 11 a.m.; Church Training, 6:15: Wednesday, Prayer Meeting dear friend of mine by the shall never forget. other like the love we were Alice Kemny.
Children" in Clay, Union, a.m.; Worship Service 11 p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: 7:30: p.m. VACATION BIBLE name of Miss Gail Reddish The second Sunday we were shown over in:Peru. They are (Editor's Note Julia
Baker and Bradford counties a.m.; Evening Worship p.m. SCHOOL: June 12-17,7-9 p.m., and I attended Bradford there we went up on the side of Indeed grateful for missions. Alvarez ls the former Julia
during the period June 20 WEDNESDAY: Prayer p.m.Monday: Youth Choir, 7 Adult classes will be offered County High School and the mountains 20 miles out of Whilerwe were in Peru it Jackson. She and husband
through August 11. Service 7 p.m. p.m.Wednesday Everyone invited, for tran- Church together. We Lima to a village Villa was our joy to stay in the Owen Alvarez live on the

The program is similar to -- .........- : Regularly sportation needs phone 964- were very close friends. Upon Salvador, tol, attned the home of Bro. and Mrs. Leon Bayless Highway on the old
the National School Lunch scheduled activities; Hour of 8816. graduating from school, we evening service. There were Thomas and sons and also Alvarez homestead, where
Program. It provides nutritionally ALLEN CHAPEL Power, 7:30: p.m. __, ___ departed ways. I got married 250 in attendance. Here all the visit with Bro. and Mrs. Herb they have a chicken farm.)
balanced meals to A.M.E.CIIL'nCH' Friday; Youth Recreation,7 PINE LEVEL BAPTIST and stayed in Bradford people live in straw type

needy children regardless of "The Friendly Church" to 10 p.m.FIRST. REV. ROMAN ALVAREZ County. Gail surrendered her homes. As they can, they will jl Good Cam B Great: Buys r
race, color] or national origin 749 Pine St.Starke ---_. SUNDAY: Sunday School, life to Christ to whatever he build a brick home. Everyonelives
during summer vacation 10 a.m. would have her do. Upon completing just door to door, no
Rev R.G, lleaslie. Pastor ; Worship service, 11
when school breakfasts and PRESBYTERIAN a.m.; Choir Practice, 5:30: school at Tennessee yards, just one house behind ] 1I1iJOO( AUTO
lunches are not available. SUNDAY School CHURCH .rn. Bible Study Temple Schools she went as a another. All the people would .
: Sunday p ; 6:30:
All children 18 years and Dr.Jack Hand, minister Evening p.m.; missionary to Lima, Peru, 15 have to bog up, in sand ankle
9:30: a.m., Morning Worship, Worship, 7 p.m.
younger are eligible for a 11 a.m., Evening 5p.m. WEDNESDAY) Teachers years ago deep to get to Church. But m l SALES .
Worship (WW L 0 LJ(!J0EIJ( (
lunch SUNDAY SundaySchool, been ;;
at no charge. The ., first Sunday only: love : Meeting, 7 p.m.; Mid-Week It had always my they were happy people that
programs are only approvedfor feast 7:30: p.m. Friday before 9:30: a.m.. Morning Worship, Service, 7:30: p.m.; Choir desire to go and visit Gail on loved the Lords n
geographical areas where first Sunday 11 a.m. Practice.. 8:30: p.m. the field where she worked. ,We went to the market one Gr 1977, OLDS OMEGA 1976 CHEV. M
one-third of the childrer -SSO THURSDAY : Choir .-55 She came home last November day shopping. Everyone sells.,.
qualify for free or reduced CALVARY BAPTIST practice 7":30: p.m. ST.MARK'S on furlough, but was what ever they have on the Extra SharpRed MALIBU n
price meals during the school CHL'RCII' ---- going back in May for two streets. Men pushing carts Stereo Air A/T
year. Jim Black, Pastor GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH EPISCOPAL Rev.John CIIURCII weeks. So I planned on going come around >selling milk, 4,000 Miles Sta. Wg. Lots Of Extras OO
The following sites will be Highway 100A South Flynn with her. The Lord provided a bananas, brooms, etc. You
participating in the food SUNDAY: Sunday School, Rev.Jerry Milton Parish Saturday Party 4 at the to Jordan's 10 p.m. way, so off we went. buy whatever you need. I got $4395 S :
program in Bradford County: 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, SUNDAY: Bible School, 10 and George Brown's It is almost. Impossible to to buy eggs in kilograms and $4995
Lawtey Recreation Center, 11 a.m.; Evening Worship, 7 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 Sunday: 8:30: a.m.; Holy explain how I felt when we ar carry them home in a plastic Goodcflrs .
Lawtey; Camp Montgomery p.m. Wed. Services, 7:30: p.m. .; Children's Choir Eucharist 9:15 Choirs rived. We left Miami Saturday bag on a bus. There were only |
South ; : a.m. and arrived In Lima three broken when I 1975 CHEV. BLAZER
100 off
Highway ; Speed- ---- Practice, 6:15: p.m.; Training Practice 10:00: night got I 1976 PINTO
; a.m. Holy
ville; North Pleasant Grove t'IISTEM LY OF Union, 7 p.m.; Evening Eucharist Sunday morning in time for We also saw thousands of
and Reno Recreation Depart GOD Worship 8pm.WEDNESDAY. Tuesday;: 9:30: a.m. breakfast and off to see one of homes made out of reeds 4 Speed 4-Wheel Drive A/T *

ment, Starke; and Hampton "The Happy>> ChurchIIwy,16at'eldonSt. Sunday Group in Church Building.SMYRNA Prayer. the first works that Miss woven together just anywherethe Radio & Heater Air Roll Bar
Elementary School, Hampton.SERVICE. School Workers Meeting, 7p.m. Reddish helped start 14 years people could. find to build nBJ
Bible and S S S S ago,the Bible Baptist Church -' them.
............ Starke ; Study Prayer, $2695 $495tkiiW.k'1
Mision Biblica As
we were going from n
it SUNDAY; : Sunday School. 7:30: p.m.; Adult Choir
( 10 a.m.; !Morning Worship, 11 Practice, 8:15: p.m. liAtTISI CIIURCII There were 450 In Sunday place to place we also saw the -
*l a.m.; Evening Worship, "A Church Where Every- Elder T.C.Williams School and Church. Sunday palace where the President of Prices
( 6.*:> body is SomeM"iv"Vacation "On the search fora night we were off to another Peru lives and works. We also !
"P'L..... .. ... ..J.. WEDNESDAY; : Youth Bible School, June friendly church" work, where Bro. Marty saw all the homes the foreign LowPrices
meeting, 7pm., Bible Study, Starling pastors. Even thoughwe ambassadors lived in, the rich
15 through June 24,9 a.m. to 12 .
Lovelace CompletesBasic Welcome to Smyrna could not understand a section of Lima.
Training p.m.Pastor or Robert Harden noon..____ word they were saying, the One of the most amazing Low :
SAN ANTONIOAirmanDavid Welcome one and all! GRAHAM BAPTISTRev. SUNDAY: Sunday School, Christian people all met us things to me was the way the Specialstc .
L. Lovelace son of --ee James Starling 10 a.m., Worship Service, 11 with arms open and a kiss and people drive. When you cometo -
George C. Lovelace of Rt. 1, FIRST CHRISTI: a.m., B.T.S., 5:45: p.mT, hug from every one a place you .want to turn, r
Brooker, has been selected for ('II l'II('11 SUNDAY: Sunday School, Evening Worship, 7 p.m. The following week we first come, first go! There are a I
technical training at Lowry Jim I.o\'e,.\linlster 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 All visitors are warmly visited several more works just a few red lights! > 1972 CHEVEUE 1972 DODGE
AFB. Colo., in the Air Force a.m.; Training Union 6 p m.; welcomed. that Miss Reddish had helped It was a time of joy and
avionics systems field. SUNDAY; : Sunday School, WEDNESDAY: Mid-Week ----, start and the Lord was experience for me, one that I AlT.Alr.301V8 PICKUP a
Lovelace recently com- 9:45: a.m.; morning service Prayer Service, 7:30: p.m. STARKE blessing in each of the will long remember! g 7. .
pleted basic training at 10:45: a.m.; youth group, 6 CIIURCII OFGOD churches On Wednesdaynight Also for Miss Reddish it too
Lackland AFB, Tex., and p.m. ; evening worship, 7 a e S S ltev.I\I.E.Drake we were In Bro. LeonThomas' was a time of joy and sadness. $60000 $1250n'
studied the Air Force mission p.m.; Choir practice, 8pm.ED.KSDY KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTISTRev. Church. The young The people of Lima every-
organization and customs and \\ : : Bible .Paige Brown Sunday: Sunday School, 10 people knew we were comingand where knew and loved Gail .M

human received relations.special instruction Completionof in Study. 8 eeee p.m. SUNDAY: Sunday School, a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 song did and a wonderful music for messagein us. very leaving much her work and In she Peru was to U 1971 CHEV. IMPALA 197 4 CHEV. PICK UP *

this training earned the PINKGKOM3: 10 a.m.; Morning Worship. 11am. a.m.; Evening Worship, 7p.m. On Tuesday we visited the come and work with the Latin *
Church training, 6:30: a
individual credits: towards an METHODIST: CHURCH ; Bible.Baptist Institute in people of America. She will be Long Bed Air A/T
Evening Worship, 7:30: Wednesday : Family A/T Low miles
p.m.; ;
associate in applied science Rev Ben I.Coleman which Miss Reddish had teaching and working in j
Training Hour, 7:30
degree through the Com p.m.WEDNESDAY : p.m. worked for 13 years teachingmen Miami as of September 1977. Md '
munity College of the Air SUND\Y: : Sunday School, ; : 7:30: p.m. 7:30: Friday: Prayer Meeting, and women the work of So. for Gail it was a time of Mu $565 $ 2795 I 'r

Force. 9:45: ; a.m.. :Morning Worship, Vacation Bible School: June p.m.S S S S
Airman Lovelace is a 1976 11 a.m.; Evening Services, 20 thru June 24, 9 a.m. to 12 UNITED PENTECOSTAL Former Philippine Missionary' Speal k
graduate of Union County 7:30: p m noon. All children and young
High School in Lake Butler. THURSDAY' : Prayer people ages 3 to 17 are invitedto Rev.CHURCH O.L.Wells Former Philippine duct a special mission em- sa 1969 1973 MAZDA 3 i
Fla. :Mectlne7-in' 'm.ewe. attend. missionary Charles Lawhon phasis on foreign missions
201 N.Water St.
FIKSTSIETIHMMSTCHUKCII: If you need transportation, SUNDAY: Sunday School, will speak at Kingsley Lake from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. He is c.U V.W.AS IS .4 Cyl. Pick Up *' ,
please call 533.2825 or 5332300. Baptist Church Sunday, June presently in charge of the
10 a.m. Worship services, 11
i-Sf ; 19.. Seamans Ministry in Jackson- I
"WS.SIS a.m., and 7pm.WEDNESDAY.
CM PROUD Church School for MORGAN ROAD ville. KM 1595Grea
Sunday: : Bible $400 $
LIVE AND BAPTISTSUNDAY Brother Lawhon will con- The public is invited. a aU
all !
WORK INTHIS ages 9:45: a m.lorning; School Study, 7:30: p.m.
r Worship (Nursery provided) : Sunday FRIDAY: Young People's
GHEftTCOUNTRY. 11 a.m."Genius. 10 a.m., Morning Worship and Service Set
7:30: p.m.J'et'd Gospel Sing
d am,.. Services for the Deaf.il a.m., U KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: C
Training Union, 6:30: p.m. Bayless Highway Saturday .. ,
The Believers Quartet of .
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Hampton with Jody Wadsworth and his themselves in those movies, School News snake venom or proper : June 18, 1971miligr
brothers over the weekend.Mr. especially when Mrs. Hersey On June 7 the Rescue Unit treatment CQ
HilitesChurch and Mrs. Gerald Adkins obligingly ran the film back from Bradford County' U
were surprised by the visit of wards! Hospital visited Mrs. CaroleShields' l.astDay!
Schedule their nephew and family. Mr Before bidding their sixth grade class Principal Connie Clark
Hampton Baptist Church and Mrs. Wade Preister and teachers "Good-by' for the accompanied by Tommy presented the following
Richard Mashburn' pastor. Marta Mills from Ocala who summer,the students enjoyed Harrison Beth Hodges, Beth awards at an Assembly held itiiB
Tuesday: Choir Practice, 7:30: visited on Sunday. Wade Is parties In their individual Larson and Jimmy Martin, on June 8, the last day of
p.m. Wed.: Prayer Meeting with the Ocala Police rooms with some of their also their Dummy, Annie. school: !
7:30: p.m. Thur.: Ladies Department. Also visiting the parents assisting. Students were taught theABC's Mrs. Florrie Belle Brown II
Visitation, 9:30 Chur-
: a.m. Adkins were Mr and Mrs..
of applying cardiac was presented a plaque of
chwide Visitation! \ 7:13: p.m., ,Calvin Richard of Ocala and Hampton Lake News pulmonary resuscitation to appreciation for her 20 years
Teenage Visitation, 7:15: pm. Mrs. Joel Smith, Sr. of Celebrating June 8 birthdays drowning victims or other of faithful service in the school f
Sat.: Bus Visitation, 9:30: a.m. Jacksonville. were: Paul and Joyce emergency situations. They cafeteria, Clark. precautions, letting parents
Blue Ribbon Awards for
Sunday: Sunday School, 10 Meng who enjoyed their were cautioned above all else Perfect Attendance Certificates know where they are,
in the Southside
a.m. Worship Service 11 am. Graduates cookout and cake with Mr. and participation with J
to remain calm. After were given to Mrs. Invitational Softball Tournament swimming safety and
Shepherd Class, 3 pm. Bible Congratulations to Beth Mrs. Carlton Meng and Angie demonstration, each student Arleen Rich, third grade remaining in safe places J}
Study. 6:30: p.m. Worship Davis, class president, who from Jacksonville, Mr. and practiced CPR on Annie and teacher, and to Roger Rich, Steven were presented,' Darrell to: .

Service June ,19 7:30: thru p.m.25 Revival served ceremonies as at the master Bradford of and Mrs. Renee Theron, Mr.Hunter and, Adam Mrs. was equipment shown how In to use applying other Woods ambitious and aide Richard; also to Cribbs.Polly Youngblood Spell, Kenny Smith ...... .................. ,.
Rhoden Brad Russell
with Bro.Tom Neal each Marty ,
County High School Kenneth McClure and Casey, oxygen.They were also taught': The following A-B studentswere Jimmy Fesler, James .
night.Congratulations Graduation held June 10 in the Mr and Mrs. Randy Scoggins, given certificates: Dawn- .1 <
O'Steen Keith Wyrick, '
Stephanie Kennan and to \ Football Stadium. Marty, Beverly,Joe, John and how to cases assist choking of snakebite victims.In ,. Michelle Monday, Douglas Tommie Rodriquez Michael r;
Among/ area residents also Mike.
Willianson, Quentin Ford Glisson
Carolyn Storey who graduatedfrom students advised Carroll, Monty D.J
were not to
Hampton Christian graduating that .evening Fran and Eugene Meng also make incisions, apply ice or a Billy Ilorne, Jennie Rhea, Riddick, Timmy Nugent, .
were: Ricky Brown, Craig celebrated birthdays on June Mitchell Robert
Frank Sheffield
Academy on June 10. Andrew
Christian Church. Buhler,Julie Saxon Crawford, 8. tourniquet, but to Immediately Morehead, Donald Roberts, Timmons. ?k4fc % (' .r4.ti' : : ROITIMC..A und)' HW,
t Rev.Hampton James Shaw, pastpr. Joey Cribbs, Steve Earnest Eugene killed a rattlesnakein Cove Springs go Medical to the Center Green Mark Rhoden, Tammy Mr. Clark thanked' studentsfor A watermelon i is 92 percent warm nun 8"n and to water kick promptJanice Into an,
Sunday: Bible School, 10 a,m.- Richard Hall, Linda Jones, the canal on June 13. which Is equipped to Peeples, Melissa Williams. a good year and cautioned water. Impromptu' can run ut '"',1' j!
Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Mark Joyner, Rhonda Mayo Arhy Williams and Amy them to practice safety Innu Beach Kluridu.
Tommy Meng, Lisa Mitchell,
Senior Citizens Alvin Murner, Donald Lott,.
The Hampton ,Senior Danny Riddick Olie Sheppard -
Citizens welcome everyone to Billy Stone and Myrtice. .? =- c
Williamson. -
their Pot Luck Dinner \ IT'S :
scheduled for Friday evening.!! We wish all of them much IF FRESH VALLEY-IT CAN ONLY i
June 17, at 6 in the City Mall. success and happiness! _
Bring favorite dish and The Hampton Little League
enjoy some your good food and fine .Softball Team were happy toM BiE'
the Waldo Team
in over U.S.D.A.CHOICE
entertainment! Mrs. Lucille
week by the score of 21. 1;
Ivey from Lawtey and a !
member of this Club is convalescing Congratulations. 1
at home following At the faculty and staff .-" ;;
recent hospitaliiation. covered dish luncheon held in LL> ..rsOLD ; _.,. :---.f .
the school cafeteria on June 9, {r ONLY AT FOOD FAIR. ,! : ? t.
Mrs. Florrie Belle Brown was \ I'fi1'd1
PersonalsWelcome presented with a lovely plant r' "" 1"i"r/
to Mr. and Mrs'John
stand, 'a flowering begonia '. 1f "
Hack and children. ,\ 1\ --' /
and violet plants in ap- ./
Brenda 1 mid Paul, who .
preciation of her twenty yearsof \ ra .r,.
recently moved near Hampton
faithful service in :
Elementary: School from ::0 \ ''' 1
school lunches. /
preparing r \\/lfl
(;iuincsvilleVe! hope you likeit .
here! Upon retiring/ Mrs. Brown '" ",,
Tomim I Len Jones plans to tend to her plants and '\
folchralt'il: his 7th birthday on her home, enjoy her childrenand \ U1,
1 June H\\Ith( a party lor friends grandchildren and rest.
: given( by his mother. Mrs. Carole Shields entertained si -
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brown her students at a
i mid sons Steve. 1 Donnie and cookout and swimming party
I Leslie, Ulll'lIlIl'Ihl'\ weddingof held at the home of her
Mr. and Mrs. Joey \\hile at parents on Kingsley Lake on
the First Baptist Church in June/ 10. Sixth graders began
.J Jacksonville on June 10 swimming about 1 p.m. and EFl
lA'slie served as ring hearer enjoyed hamburgers with all It
again( ut this wedding! the trimmings and home D 1
!Mr. and :Mrs. Gl'raldkins! made ice cream until about 9 ,)
ut tended graduation I CM-rcibes o'clock. Assisting with ,'.
lor t their grandson( Joel supervision were Mr. and
Smith. Jr.. on June 5 at the :Mrs. Donald Roberts, !Mrs
.Kicksonulle (Coliseum. Joel Dorothy Roberts, Mrs. CHOICE I II II II
iilong with some ;.V75; ("harlene Raulerson, Kathy -U: = ri
Iji.s.Miiales was presented (Casey Johnny Hobbs and I
withu Mvdahan! in recognition!! Warren Stevenson. Miss I
of being a member of the 50th Casey was presented with a I
class graduating( ( from Robert bracelet charm inscribed: l 41
K.: !1.4.'(' High School! Coincidentally "Hampton Sixth Grade '66 .
Joel had also been 'K"" in appreciation for her \\m "
given u :Joth<> class year help to the class throughoutthe o
:Medalalian when he school year. Many of the I d (4V ,J
graduated Ironi Ruth l'pson sixth graders wore the shirts h
Elementary: School Joel has they had tie-dyed on the last
many\ I trophies which he _ __ ,yarned l 'in r playing football. Also 'on that last day of ,/Ft
Also accompanying the ,srhtHil I :Mrs. Betsy Hersey I
Adkins on this trip was their entertained the, 1st, 2nd and ,I
Urea I grandson. Emory: HI :Ird graders when she .
The Adkins have attended presented movies she had F
each of their six grandson's taken of their Mary Poppinsprodul't \
graduations! ion a few weeks -m-- '
Andy Smith enjoyed tiwviwr previously: The children wwi !

mast and campout really enjoyed .... ..seeing_
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Conduct and Discipline Code To Be DiscussedA


to Z, absence to zori are suspension and corporal The proposed booklet states titude and degree of will be followed says the proposed code to include Clothing or styles that are cessively high heels or platforms
covered in the proposed punishment must be spelledout the rules are written for cooperation of the student booklet. It also states when an inappropriate or distracting hazardous to'health or safety and hair that covers
student conduct and disciplinecode and a copy of the code be students, K-12 but many of and-or parent will be con- administrator is applying the appearance and dress ,as: ,which are not allowed are: the eyes.
that will be the subject of available to all in every schoolat them apply only to older sidered. consequences all action taken bare midriff see-through bare feet zorl thongs or other Also up for public hearing
a public hearing along with the beginning of the school students and the disciplinaryaction For each unacceptable must be documented and it is clothing without appropriate footwear not properly securedto June 30 will be the pupil
pupil progression before the year 197778. would vary with age behavior in attendance a not necessary to use every undergarments halters the foot, sunglasses Inside progression plan for county
Bradford School Board June Once adopted) as rule and situation as well as the consequence is offered and for item in the plan items may be backless dresses tube tops,' buildings and hair Improperly schools required under the
30, 7 p.m. changes by the school board type of misconduct. unacceptable behavior for skipped.Under. unless covered by an outer secured for hazar- Educational AccountabilityAct
The 25 conduct copies of the code must be sent Different from any methodthe general conduct, student the proposed code garment except in K-3; shorts, dous locations as the shop. of.1976.
page to the State Department of dress be followed in school Clothing or styles which are
booklet available at the county has employed In persons and property steps to in at- except elementary ;
school board office is the Education and the Secretaryof the past the code outlines the free speech assembly schoolpublications tempting to resolve a caps hats or helmets at discouraged are: shoes with P0 m fJl\ t3EEEPQa
) State for their review. for metal taps shoes with ex-
result of) county wide advisory kinds of student behavior and privacy grievance begin with a school except special
The code, with input from considered unacceptable anda consequence plans are listed student-teacher conference. occasions and not to be worn
meetings held at each school ( (! ( UI1JB(
parents students teachers would be inside the lack of
center during the 1976-77 range of consequences for according to severity. Following ) a student- building;
school year.Mandated. and administrative personnel such behavior. The booklet When infractions are minor administrative assistant proper undergarments; HOOF TRIMMING & JIM U At (,11
by the state spells out the responsibilitiesand says the range Is offered to and call for Plan A, it is the conference a student clothing improperly fastened; CORRECTIVE SHOEING
legislature last session the rights of students in the provide school personnel with responsibility) the teacher to principal conference a clothing with words phrases
areas of attendance general flexibility in dealing handle the situation. As pare-nt-student- DEPENDABLE REASONABLEHave
some more symbols pictures patches or
code amends Section 228.041 of conduct and dress respect for with unacceptable behavior serious infractions occur the superintendent conference insignia which are obscene Minigcd 1 Trained Stat Air ParkBaptief
the Florida Statutes. The new person and property free when there are special or booklet calls for plans B, C. and then a student-parent andschool profane or suggestive; hair Champions,'Quarter A
law says that all terms; such as speech and privacy. unusual circumstances.In and D. The age of the student hearing following due grooming accessories in hair; Appalooi Horn Church
applying the consequences ) the frequency of misconduct process procedures in the or combing brushing or
the circumstancesof the attitude of the student and school board rules.A otherwise dressing the hair For Appl.Call J.rry 431<1424 R. On** SI. larks, Hi.Puttr .
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The whole school turned out for the event. Coach Roger E5SSI
Chilson was the master of ceremonies with the kindergartenclasses SO* OFF OFF ffli 2OI OFF
providing the music with "It's a Small World." Mrs. .
Patricks 4-5 grade made cards spelling out "We'll miss you.
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Pam Aerosol 2/s1/ /$ r' w

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June 18, 1977 TELEGKAPII V /yf.\\\:\\

Pupil Progression Public Hearing Set For June 30 ,

c.7: ,

In response to the state of in the accountability act In plementation of the pupil approval of the principal. houeves'o on the ,'et.11I1IIIll'lIdation promotion and placementfrom I:
... Florida Educational Accountability part is to: guarantee that each progression plan are based The plan stales pupils who of the prinripnl; grade 3 to 4, grade 5 to 6
Act of 1976 the student receives the same primarily on pupilachlevem'ent in the teacher's judgement,do and with the approval of Ihcsupirinlondonl and from grade 8 to 9. In I
Bradford school board' will opportunities for an education and is not an not satisfactorily achieve ,n studi'til nut addition to meeting the : '
hold a public hearing on the without regard to geographic automatic process states the established objectives for the U- retained II second time in} regular requirements the .
pupil progression plan for differences and varying local plan. grade to which they are any of these student must score a I''1
county schools June 30, at 7 economic factors, guaranteethat Pupil promotion from grade assigned will Ix1 assigned to The time I required to minimum of 10th percentile 1 ,
p.m., each school system meet to grade in l<.12 will be the same grade for the
... next complete senior high school nationally on a national test, !
tira The plan was put together minimum performance determined by evaluation of school: year or given an will depend on the lime score a minimum of 70 per 1',
after input from the county standards and insure that each pupil's achievement assignment to a special necessary to earn the required: J cent on the reading section of I
dv wide school advisory each student receives at least based on progress tests,, program. II retention is to credits and upon the of the state assessment test of '
; ...:: meetings held In each school the minimum skills necessaryto classroom assignments, daily he used as one administrative diploma or certificate type of attendiince minimal skills and have the I.
center during the 1976-77 function and survive Intooay's observations, standardized J procedure to provide pupils the student will be. approval of the classroom
., school year. It states that it is society, tests, state assessments, and with. additional time In muster granted. If a pupil has hcen teacher that the student ,
not to be interpreted as After adoption as a rule other objective data. Primary skills required i J lor success in previously retained J. the pUni should be promoted. !
oo, representing consensus change by the school board responsibility for determining the next higher grade. states. he be administratively The plan notes if a student
.. opinion, but rather one which the plan is subject to reviewby each pupil's level of per. tInder most circumstances, may assigned by the- has never been retained j,
yytw represents the staff's attemptto the Department of formance and ability the plan says, a student may principal to the! next higher during such grade groupings "
consider all opinions to Education and the Secretary academically, socially and IK- retained J only once in the grade. he must meet all the criteria, i
meet the intent of the school of State. emotionally at the next grade primary grades( once in the The iivinlalile but if he has been retained ,
board and The standards and the level is done by the classroom plan > at I the
legislative action. intermediate grades and once school I board nil ice, lists once in those groupings, he .
The Intent of the legislature procedures for im teacher, subject to review and in the junior high grades.CRYSTAL additional requireineiils for must meet two of the,,three .:
criteria. However, ad-

_.. ministrative placement i
procedure may be implemented -
states the plan.
The plan, developed from
involvement with school I
r i FLORIDA professional staffs, students,
and the school advisory .1 I
THERTRESTARKE groups, will be part of the
public hearing June 30 along
984-5451 with a student conduct and I
discipline code. I "

,I FAI RSUPERMARKETS 5Onvs'Rr.thru."Etes. :'j.

Friends Invited To

FEATURE OF THE WEEK ( ) Douglas Reception I.

Zach H.Douglas, retired attorney !I
will be honored on his ,
I _-I 80th birthday on Sunday, June
we are 19, in Gordon Memorial Hall,
First Presbyterian Church .
TABLETUMBLER pleased to corner of SW 2nd Avenue andSW :
accept 3rd Street, Gainesville I
(Host on this occasion will be :
his brother and family Mr. '
U.S.D.JL and Mrs. Barton T. Douglas.All .
tK friends.are cordially invited I
to attend the reception
+ FOOD STAMPCOUPONS between 3 and 5 p.m.
301DRIVEIN Zach Douglas was born in
Gainesville on June 18, 1897

NO LIMITS-NO PURCHASE REQUIREDSTOCK i l UP and from attended the local and public graduated schools,

STARKE 864-7484 and thereafter attended the
University of Florida. He
transferred to>> Cumberland )
6: DAYS" University and graduatedwith
4' degrees In Oratory and
practiced In
.i; hrl..1"l4e
i :
Gainesville for
11 INCH RELISH TRAY and during his legal 'I
TO YOUR SETS AT Bobby couldn't I make it. was for career
4 City Attorney Gainesville -
SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS '// ', ,_ CORDI\tt : ,2 ? i till he went ville,, City County Judge Attorney for Gaines-for :

DURING THIS SPECIAL I:. .; f ;{-<.. .': Alachua County County Prosecuting ,

TEN WEEK OFFER '... J County Judge's Attorney>> Court for, and the a r.

rn INCH 2 PITCHER $ INCH FOOTED 1 QUART fOOTED GOBLET 4 LB )JAR past president of the 8th Judicial .
1945 he moved to -
Jacksonville, where he practiced -
.., law many years and was
in Meat IrIIroNr r Yr Assistant. Prosecuting At- \
Bargains JUNE 21. 1917. QUANTITY RIGHTS ? COMPARE 5 .
nK7 m w ro ... ._ .torneyjor .Criminal Court J,
JUNE IS DAIRY MONTH fJIN COLDS IAraNArlosAL !WPtCTU of Record for Duval County.
OtMIVIOTBAV .....lAq ',o'' \ .. 0 v He served on the Florida Bar I
n t mil IIH CMMerico
L "KIM; W ramcilM '' *" PIus Law Examiners Board for a '
itu Ml Biscuits 2/49/ tr term, and had a wide range of
{ ior Beef t Franks M.I9 :20' CHOICE cTE5SZisISTRLSrr criminal practice throughoutthe
r : '
OKIIMll NNI/NaNu irk 'aiVogurts 4/$1/ 17' State and South.
69t 'Illl CUT Mr. Douglas has many
Oscar 10'>
Mayer Bologna :
Sour m 59" IB1 friends in Bradford County
itot nl who will wish to congratulatehim
Fyne Taste Franks 58s 19' ruin nw |/ruciui 58'98e on this occasion.
Cream Cheese: II'

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,'' A Cheese Slices 21'

CHOICE CHOICE UKII 10.r ruiui This Father's Day give

II t.Ji Lykes Baked Picnic 1.59 *>' him America'smost
CENTER CUT BEEF fniw aHuiut inns?ht KI t i
CHOICE '1.99 nrwi '
Sunnyland Sausage
Cottage Cheese 99e "

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U.S.D.A.I Ham Patties 20' Turbot Fillets 99*' 10' 's I
.I Roll Sausage 79t z' Oscar t Mayer Bologna nttt a a "

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0" '. comfort and long wear he likes! P

4 $ 00 @ 70' Tltis quality' underwear is styled lor comfort and good
| 9c. FUkeor 111\; Because tie fabric it 100% cotton II.wonderfully,
Party absorbent and perfectly washable. Where ,there s elastic I
AQ LBS CloverlejfBROWN'M it t made to Stand up under lots of waarmgt and, ,
r EACH SIHVEDROLLS mmshings, Fruil, of me Loom they keep making il" better
LB SAVE 40C: SAVE 5C: I -nor expensive .

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Tee Shirts
MELONS t.i1'i' KirnagaSr PMC Mu e Bread 3/M/ I __vt irSME SIZES S-M-L-XL .. REG. $4.69 ".'" ,f.,PKG OF 3' '3**

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Page4D TELEGRAPH June 18.1977 ". __ ,
wr. rsr ," j 4't\;' ;] :, ;/ '
:. 1Sr. Senior Citizens
}, ." ,. ,. ,.. .1 .
Scouting N n ti ---1---'
safeguard the Integrity of the
Quick and favorable
actionon .
.( trust funds.
Approval of these proposals
I social security proposals is I believe, would the, I will not be responsible for TAX DEED

Carolyn Eaves s being asked of the U.S. avoidance of additional mean debts other then my own after Sec. 194.16, F.S.

884-5812 v Congress by the Bradford taxes payroll June 16, 1977.
County Senior Citizen's Club,. on employees, Lester Wllllngham NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
especially the low income
Inc. of Starke. 6/164tpd 7/7 that Eugene F, Shaw the holderof
We almost had a neIgh- Sanders, Sylvia Hollis, ff 1 5 Our club is affiliated with worker. We urge all the following certificates has

borhood event at Camp Patricia Garvin, Len Eaves, the National Council of Senior Americans, young and old to .. iMiiW.lIIiIiJlII!! :! i.. filed said certificates for a tax
Chownewaw last week. Rick support these proposals.Joe .
Kimutis Cathy I Citizens Washington, D.C., an deed to be issued thereon. The
Troops 614, 520, 60S, 669 and Scheming, Carolyn Eaves & organization of over 3,000 Kerrigan certificate numbers and years of
744 were troop with Janet BIDS
camping Kimutis clubs.
issuance, the description of the
Core Staff provided by A special thanks to the Through letters,etc., to U.S. Logals. The Bradford County Hospitalwill property, and the names in
Gateway Council. receive bids for the followingused \
seniors who helped where
t Ir41r Rep. Don Fuqua, D-Altha; which it was assessed are as
From Wednesday to needed and George and e U.S. Senator Lawton Chiles and excess hospital equip- follows:

Saturday the scouts enjoyed Barbara Ricks, Pete Guisto, D-Fla., and U.S. Sen. Richard NOTICE ment and electric motors. Please Certificate No.4' .
t cooking, crafts, badgework, Laurie submit bids to the office of the
Mullms Jack Eaves Stone, D-Fla., the Starke club Board of Bradford County Year of Issuance 1975
swimming, hiking, and Herman b Administrator Bradford County
campfiresand Schoemng who has asked support for the Commissioners has made application Description of Property 1/2 INT
singing. A total of 62 went also helped.A s President's to the Bradford County Hospital, 911 E. Call Street,
proposal to restore IN AND TO ALL OIL & GAS &
by bus and car Thanks to 1Lur Starka, Ra no later than 12:00:
big: congratulations to 6116 +n4.ppaia the integrity and financ Zoning Board for reclassificationof OTHER MINERALS LYING &
Methodist Church Mr. Early Laurie Mullins who recently / ft112Rlllt artv+lwafiius lal soundness of the Social the property described below. noon, June 28, 1977. SITUATED IN AND ABOVE IN

and parents for helping received her 20 year pin for tM1fNa1A1 Security System from OR and R1A to Public Electric Motors- SW 1/4/ of SE 1/4 DESC MISC
Attending from Starke being active Girl School and Utility all owned MOO HP 230/440 3 ph.
The resident's proposals property by BK 15-482. See: 25. Twp 5-S,
included: Girl Scout leader. Her service friend 71 / Bradford County In Section 11 2.50 HP 230/440 3 Ph.
me purchased large print books at a cost of IMKI submitted to the House and R20.
Patty Mullins, Irene to scouts in Bradford County raised in the annual membership drive. Senate, would utilize resources and Section 12, Township 8 2-40 HP 230/440 3 Ph. Name in which assessed L.C.

Wainwright, Catherine has been beyond measure. from the federal South Range 22 East, 8 miles Air Condition Equipment- HEYDRICK.

Sthoening Betsy Yawn Our thanks to her for her Donations Buy 71 Large Print Books general revenues to under. Southeast of Starke on the West 3-40 Ton Compressors Unless such certificate or
Erma Jean llamni. Dawn continuing service and side of Hwy 100 This 1-100 Ton Water Evaporator
sup-- write the trust funds for social amountsto certificates shall be redeemed
Schoening Vickie Carver port.Neyati Friends of- the Bradford usually the handicapped security taxes lost during approximately 64 acres, to 1 50 Ton Air CondenserFansMsc. according to law the property

t Tracey llankerson, Hope : Day Camp August County Public Library from elderly, said Dan Smith or periods of sever unemployment operate a land fill. & Scrap Metal described in such certificate or
Jackson, Valerie llamm, Lisa 1-5, 1 Incinerator
registration 15. This in classification is
July their annual membership director of the library. change 1-Dishwasher certificates will[ be sold to the
t Blackshear Selina Cassels, drive collection of $686 have Smith said in the The proposals would also Increase subject/ to a public hearing to be 2 highest bidder at the court
past Bovle
Monique Chandler, Myra purchased 71 large print books membership funds have been funding by removing held on Tuesday July 5, 1977 at Cautery house door in the Month of

I Cummings Rhonda Mutcheson, Melissa, Mechelle Griffis J..... .............................. collection.for the libraries large print directed towards projects the individual's ceiling on the amount of an 7 Commission:30 p.m., Room In. the in the County Brad. Oxygen 3-Sterilizers) Tent Coolers June, 1977 which is the 22nd I
such salary or wage on day of June, 1977
as !
purchasing books, 1 X Film
Slocum Michelle Kimutis Ray Processor
Karen Kimutis KathyHMorrow. SERVICE MEN This year's Friends purchase window shades and sod for the which social security taxes ford County Courthouse. At this Scrap Metal Dated this 18th day of May, '
of time all interested shall '
$603 brings the large library lawn. are paid by the employer. persons 1977.
H R.D. Edmondson
Teresa Administrator
Kicks ,
print collection to 257 books President be heard for or against the !
"4. 'ITyy.t "Come in and browse Carter, in my Bradford GILBERT S. BROWN, Clerk
County Hospital
Thigpen Cindy
The large' print books are through the new large print opinion, won the approval and proposal, as specified in the 6/16 623NOTICE of Circuit Court of. Bradford: I'
Thomas Windy Thomas, llunnicutt Receives' books that have larger than books that the public library support of the vast majority of Zoning Code of Bradford 2tchg County, Florida. i
Julie Wise
: Dottie Wilkison
I'FC Promotion normal size print, 18 point or has been able to make avail- this country's senior citizens County By Beulah M. Moody
t I Helen Mtliae, Carmen Eaves larger. These books are for able through the generosity of last fall because of his pledgeto A F. Kiefer, Chairman 1
I Maria Darley, Lori McKinney Marine Private First Class the use of who restore Bradford County Zoning Board OF SEIZURE -- --
anyone might the Friends of the Library public trust in the or'-'E;:; !
Dianne Wood Melanie Randolph W. Hunnicutt, son of want a bigger type to read said Smith. social security system and to By: L.M Gaines AND ORDER TO OF APPLICATION

Wood. Lenore Welty Pam Mr. and Mrs. William R ...... . ttchg 6/16 SHOW CAUSETO FOR TAX DEED G I
Goolsby, Lisa Spivey, Mary Hunnicutt of P.O. Box 55, mJjJi.: : All persons, firms or corpor- Sec. T94.16. F.S.
Lou Guisto. Patricia Slocum ations having or NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Raiford, has been promoted to owning I
Pamela Hawkins, Robin his rank while : PUBLIC NOTICE claiming any interest in these that J.A. Scanlan the holder of
present serving
//rcI The School Board of Bradford
Jefferson, Becky Parrish, with 2D Marine Division, properties. the following certificates has
t County, Starke, Florida, will
Annie Loper. Jan Brooks, Marine Corps Base, Camp Le- filed sad certificates for a tax
< Donna Thornton. Regina jeune, N.C.Hunnicutt. hold a Public Hearing on YOU ARE NOTIFIED that deed to be issued thereon The

Jones, Rosemary Paris, joined the Marine Proposed Rules on the Student pursuant to Chapter 705, DolphE. certificate numbers and years of

i Monica Crews Evonne Corps in April 1976. Debundscha, the wettest place in Africa, has a yearly rainfall of over 400 inches. Section: concerning Code of Reddish, Sheriff, Bradford issuance, the description of the
1! Conduct and Plan of Pupil and the
j County, Florida has made a property names in
? Progression and other student report that the following\ proper which it was assessed are .is
) /il't fa.... IN E GLCnsaleThursday, rules, starting with Rule 6110 ties have been seized: follows:
on cwAamis PRICES -a through 6419 on June 30 1977at Manufacturer Model Certificate No 49
111 Mil II IIGIIvWNIIf Raleigh, ,
t I INAN AN ... TOWN9 '. 7 p.m. in the school board Record, Color, blue; Type Girls Year of Issuance 1975
s IUC."O. v .
1; ; MMaV ISCOUMT SfOftCS 41xYAanlttat room offices of the County Administrative 10 speed; Serial/ 36493. Description of Property S 1 2

Manufacturer, Ross; Model OFLOTS,5&6BN12of11UW ;
Copies of these proposed Grand Prix; Color, Lavender; 1/2 of LOT 12 IN

Rules may be obtained from theSuperintendent's Type, Boys 10 speed; Serial H WOODLAWN EX COM AT !NE
Office on 905779 COR OF S 1/2 OF LOT 5. RUN

Gifts North Temple Avenue, Starke Manufacturer, Staiger; Model, W 400' FOR ROB W 920 S

for Dad Florida Commodore; Color, White; 330' SW COR LOT 6, NELY TO
This is in
compliance Type, Boys 10 speed; Serial # POB. SEC 32, Twp.5-S. R 22
Chapter 73.310, as none name in which assessud MRS.

enacted Leg stature.by the 1974 Florida Manufacturer, Lamans, Model, PEACH CRAWFORD.

I Thomas L. Casey Jr. Sport, Color, Green; Type Boys All of said property being in
10 speed. Serial II 849811. the County of Bradford, State of

Surprising savings on some super surprises! 6/16 Superintendent 3tchg 6/30 of Schools Manufacturer, Schwinn, Model Florida.

Varsity, Color, White; Type Unless such certificate or
I Boys 10 speed. Serial none. certificates shall be redeemed/

I I r JWfl & NE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF and you are required to file your according to law the property

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR claims within 30 days from the described in such certificates or
SECONDSjI1I1' CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR date of this Notice on Dolph E. certificates, will be sold to the
'SLACKS-A BRADFORD COUNTY. Reddish, Sheriff Bradford highest bidder at the court

g1 / CASE NO.ERNEST County, and/or show cause house door in the Month of
1 'S% / 'i FATHER'S DAY
6 r within 30 days from this date June 1977, which is the 22nd

\ S + GIFT HE'LL YOU L. HUNTER and why the property should not be day of June 1977
< e IRENE HUNTER, his wife, forfeited and sold by publication Dated this 18th day of Miy
; / i ,too CAN Plaintiffs, in the manner provided in 1977.

.. : vs Chapter 50. Florida Statutes. GILBERT S. BROWN Clerk .
_p 6.88 TRACY H. KINSEY and DATED THIS: June 7, 1977 of Circuit Court> of Bradford

% BETTY A KINSEY, his wife, SIGNED: Dolph E. Reddish, County, Florida'

Defendants. Sheriff By Beulah M Moody
-- Handaom taituriiedpolyeeler Bradford County> Courthouse, 1

VALUE PLUS! c.mp.r.blypnc.d101Ur double knit NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY Telephone No. 964-6280 Ext.
-= FAMOUS LABEL TIES 1 lii' lo 10 til Feihionabletyling 286 NOTICE OF APPLICATION!
AVE40O SAVE300 SAVE 100 In n !. Solid 6/164tchg 7/7 FOR TAX DEED
DISC r / y l color. Men.211.42. Sec. 194.16. F.S.
WA $ 8 8 WAS Selection/ ol torn* ol the i
'o BV 6.88i BIOS that J.A. SCANLAN the holderof
I 20 6 I 'lee narpoat, deiigna overt I 922 Underhill, S.W.
: Grand Rapids Michigan,.49508 The Bradford County School the following\ \ certificates has
i Round corner eteol caae, 3peeda StunloM hlN.s handy memory laaluraCornea \ Board will receive proposals for filed said certificates for a tax
w1unchON \
element blKtee, emivting dial compl.bo"or,. v rII YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat year round maintenance on all deed to be issued thereon The

heating and air conditioning certificate numbers and of
'al' an action to foreclose a equipment in the Bradford years
L on the described issuance, the description of the
NEVI mortgage following County School System. Please
1 __r f property in Bradford submit proposals at the school property, and the names in
County Florida: board work session to be held. which it was assessed are at

June 30, 1977, at 6 p.m., in the follows:
1y PARCEL I: All of the triangle school board room of the school Certificate No 72
administrative offices, 582 North. Year of Issuance 1975
of land
parcel lying between
-- 1 r J : : SAL and G.S 6F. of the "Y"of Temple Avenue, Starke FlorIda. Description of Property E 35' OF

I EW G.S.&F. Railway in Section 6/92tchg 616NOTICE LOT 8 Et W38.' OF LOT 9 BLK 3
/ N r+ 1
Snion Control .
I / 19,Township 7 South, Range 22
i 0"9
t REGISTER Name m which assessed


w&sO 88 2E19.88 DISC 9 98 9 'sJ 1' Southwest corner of Section: 19, Pursuant to Section 865.09 .ton
jaaUeel PRICE R SA VE 13% 11SriL i Township 7 South, Range 22 Florida Statutes, notice is All of said property being in

any standard ana ecream Solid .t.t. tuning w/llgnled Battery oporatad for aifa, East, run thence South 89 hereby given that the under the County of Bradford. State of
Ono *ar warranty. numorale d.I..p-..Idui .ccural gnsitrimmingU HOPSACK CASUALS Florida
Frances McNeish Route
VALUEPLUSI VALUE PLUS! degrees 02',33" West, 2,632.10 signed

MEN'S WALK SHORTS MEN'S KNIT BLAZERS feet, thence run North 0 1, Box 9A. Starke,. Florida Unless such certificate or
}uw4a degrees, 03'. 27"! East, 1302.56 32091, doing business under the certificates shall be redeemed

1H0 Lighlwaighl, conalruclion. in DISC 4.44 DISC 17 88 feet; thence South 89 degrees, firm name of "THE MOWER according to law the property
s aaiorlad eolora Mm 7.12.
r -, PRICE MICE 48', 34" East, 375 feet to the CLINIC" 210 East Call St. described in such certificate or

0y, No-,von polyoalor eoNon In Teiturtxed dacren/polyaaier 31-44. Point of Beginning; thence Starke, Bradford County, certificates will be sold to the
plaida, aollda. iuai 30-42 In rich aollda. Sass
continue South 09 degrees, 48' Florida 32091 intends to highest bidder at the court

r.( IT S 34" East 180 feet; thence North register said fictitious name house door in the Month
: ,4 Odegrees, 11', 26" West, 311.87 under the provisions of aforesaid June, 1977. which is the '

: feet; thence South 66 degrees, .statute. day of June 1977. ..- i

31' 34* East, 140.59 feet; Frances McNeish, owner. Dated this 18th day of ..
thence South 0 11' Dated this 26th day of May, 1977. !** -J f
VALUE PLUS! SAVE2S% SAVE 1 degrees : -i ,N',
26" East 233 42 feet to the Pointof A.D. 1976 at Starke, Florida. GILBERT S. eROW rfi *k' >
li Beginning, to close. 5/26 4tpd 6/16 of Circuit, Court> of

''1 SAVE 15% ......... ... "_.._._.._ .......",,.,. _.v..;....... County. Florid.I..Breda'. ..- '"
:: i12.88 :::: 1.47 :: 4.88 .m. .
.s. MEN'S VINYL JOGGERS TOGETHER WITH _.... --..." ,.... ..- -
a perpetual NOTICE OF APPLICATION ''''---,rte::
.Pro 1100 watt modal v/laur Sturdy vinyl, in livaly" print. N gallon Ortho Inooellcd. r 30foot easement for and ftCfc
WAS ingress FOR TAX DEED NO UK. AKPtlv. :
.healing a. cooling poailiona.. Inll..._by mouth or pump .tin ..".bl. .p.., nottl. 98 i r TlON
I 1.H ; egress from the Southeast Sec. 194.16, F.S. FOR TAX BEEDS
-" Sued loe cap w/rubber 1 corner of above first described Sec. 194.16, F.S.
r !1 olea,vinyl upper 7-12 .,
I A parcel to and from an existing NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, NOTICE IS HERE g"?>

SAVE 100 roadway. that Eugene F. Shaw the holder GIVEN that J.A. SCANLAN the

SPALDING of the certificates holder of the
j l following has following certificates p
1 GONZALES F'' o. sr L" 1 -f PARCEL III: The East 400 feet of filed said certificates for a tax has filed said certificatesfor

OJ I TENNIS SET rS, y VALUE PLUSII 9A VE UP TO9% the Northwest quarter (NE 1/41) deed to be issued thereon. The a tax deed to be issued

I fJ 9.88 DRESS/SPORTSHIRTI MEN' CASUAL SHIRTS of Southwest quarter ISW 1/4)) certificate numbers and years of thereon. The certificate numbersand

f lying South of GS&F Railroad issuance, the description of the years of issuance, the
wAawSS OI.c.4 96 wASUP 2 9i and North of Graded Road, description
CL/ T0>. property, and the names in the property and
being in Section 19, Township 7 the names in which
Nation, long .....'.*. In .p1- Short alee** apart SANS of South, Range 22 East Bradford it was assessed are as it was
SAY 3.tI SAVE 100 Lr, .,"*. *olid.. S. M.I, XL. nylon poto M. L. XL follows: assessed are as follows:
'1:' County, Florida.
Certificate No 5 Certificate No. 63
SAVE dp% Year Year of Issuance 1975
7l20 MINI ". :.\\" SAVE of Issuance 1975
HAMMOCK3SLBS ...\" WAS LESS: That parcel previously Descrrtion of 1/2 Description of Property COM
=29 'S8 8 88 I STRETCH 't Property INT AT.
to Ernest L. Hunter and
/ SOCKSfOR / IN ft TO ALL OIL, GAS ft SWCOR OFSE 1/40f NW 1/4,
9% granular, dry chlormo' 4.88 1\&eN 21 po.4"6xs"dtsesoct.1' wA' 8.97 MEN, SIZES 4'/ Irene Hunter, his wife, has been OTHER MINERALS LYING & NLY 872.r, ELY 15', TO E R/W J

formula conomC.l.ii.l DISC "RICI Nlch/Om.-pl.t.dsiNe 10-11. filed against you and you are required SITUATED IN W 1/2 OF NE 1/4 OF GR RD FOR PCB, CONT.

rrt SAVE 29% Meal .u.... upper, bouncy 1 1 to serve a copy of your & E 1/2 of NW 1/4 EX R/W ELY 208. 71.: NLY 208.71' WLY
SAVE_ 100 .a...Inl.nm.n.7.12. /? 2S$1 written defenses; if any, to It on Sec; 36, Twp 5-S, R-20 208. 71.: SLY 208 71,' to POB I

--- 40 QUART BRUT 33 \. Iff1MEUh J.J. WOLBERT, JR, Plaintiffs Name in which assessed L.C. SEC 18. Twn -6-S, R.22 r

HAROSIDE SPLASH-ON wASt291II attorney, whose address Is 142 HEYDRICK.All Name in which assessed '
ICE CHEST LOTION -7 OZ. West Call Street P.O. Box 1 1086
of said property being in DANIEL R. KNOWLES &
1.99 Starke, Florida 32091 on or the County of Bradford, State of CHRISTINE KNOWLES.
9.88 ,. before July 21, 1977 and file the Florida. All of said property being In

.Hr original with the Clerk of this Unless such certificate the County
WAS.**** rr or Bradford State of
(lmd 71 iwwwr Court> either before service on certificates shall be redeemed Florida.

: 'AVE 18% Plaintiffs attorney or Immediately according to law the property Unless such certificates shall

SAYE 28% thereafter, otherwise a described in such certificate be redeemed
or according to law
Y. 9 A Ve 33* VISIME S default .
PERSUYI will be
'. EYE DROPS 7OZ.BRECK tvMINSMISHOSIUI./" entered againstyou certificate will be sold to the the property described in
nails T-
MOTOR OIL Wit's round er V-neck for the relief demanded in ''
: EAGLE 11 OUNCE ill SHAMPOO .! MEN'S PENNY LOAFERS. .hMl.EMbxl sek *. ..highest *.bidder at the courthouse such certificate or certificate
WAS. anrt -'-. ? 44su.111.: the Complaint or Petition door'-in, the Month of will be sold to the highest bidder

.. .... 53 97 -y.. WAS... 5 44 INI..Rwt., S..IiI.Ln-.hart 21t WITNESS my hand and the June 1977 which is the 22nd et the court house door In the
a vear( -
........ 132;: vaan seal of this Court this 14th day of day of June. 1977 Month of June, 1977
.4n. .te bisr.a oi.n.a.o, nylon MI vfi iaiiel CI..... alyla itch ......... 12 .a. packagaa of which lethe
aaa tnnagal *!.. 1OW-4O. WAS 1M .A. JN' M brawn ui r 12 brown. In men.a aiaaa, f.12. alt famoue ualilyl. June, 1977GILBERT Dated this 18th day of May 22nd day of June 1977.
1 S. BROWN 1977 Dated this 18th day of May

t FAMILY ( s4$1 ByBeulah Moody, Deputy Circuit Court of Bradford GILBERT S. BROWN Clerk
f Open daily "ti9 Sundajy til 6 !964-7513 Plus Tax $41 50' dark. County;'Florida. of Circuit Court> of Bradford t

6/16 4tchg 7/7 By Beulah M. Moody County Florid.

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June 18. UI'I1 alII............. .. i''' ''..U

Canning Hazards Aired : ] Before the advent of computers, only

one's wife was able to record one's transgressions

Inflated food prices and The researchers made uaufH<
more leisure time have these observations about the ,: Paul
combined to create a pressure canning process: A / L. '

canning.renewed interest In home 10-minute The effectiveness exhaust period of the for UCf'tOnu/ay .

But food technologist Dr. and "
pressure canners
R.P. Bates of the 1 'f ...r -

of Florida's Institute University of Food saucepans gauges is with questionable.They weighted. p.... .---.: -,......""" -, ,.,,,....-----: ..-.--- ---_...- -.;,.Ud', -._.. ,, .. ....... .. ... ......... __ ____._-__ _m I Ij

and Agricultural .. .
Sciences -
recommend further rr- BLUEBERRIES. U-Pkk, 50 WILL CARE FOR

IFAS( ) and food specialistMrs. investigation. 'HOUSES FOR SALE cent per lb. Wo-FIck, 75 CHILDREN I. my ....; [HELP WANTED [trtuUlr ar j i iII

B.H. Walsh are con- -Gauges should be checkedfor CLASSIFIED AD cent per lb. Oil Earloton fenced yard) 5 day/wk.

cerned with some of the accuracy.. High reading Road ((200-AI 1.8 mile. Ph... 964-7751.: Itchg 6/16

hazards which may be gauges are dangerous. RATES north.f SR-26.then 1 It mile ------"----- COUPLE FOR chicken. farm REALTYCecelia'TerwIllegar
------------ .
associated with home Check canners with ...at. Lengnecker. 473-2702 SWIMMING LESSONS Free traler and alary.
DOUBLE WIDE 3 BR, 1976 4751151. Open S .... to Private and all level,
canning.Speaking. weighted or dial gauges Deadline for Insertion Mobil H.... Nothing or group Phone. 485-1482. 6/16 ZUhg" c-3
7:30 p.m. Monday through at KID."., L.... 6 yr*. :
to the national before 6/21 '
each canning season. Tuesday noon preceding down ...... over payment Sat.rday.ehc esperlenco certified Rod
meeting of the Institute of -The expense or shortageof Thursday before publPcation. Or parckaa homo and 5 Cr.... P.... S33-2031 -------- ---- ,
----------- ,
T-3 ,
Food Technologists Dr. R.P. jars encourages heavy aero for 15500. Located 1 REFRIGERATORS...and. EI.! ..... 6/16 Ztchg 6/U. LPN 3-11 or RN ohllte.NEEDED FD t...for.. NEWLOCATIONI,
Bates of the ml W. el Starko. Write for or
University of packing of foods. But 203 N.TEMPLE
electric air conditioner ------------
ra.g.u .
Florida's Institute of Food overpacking is dangerous Minimum charge 12.00 ppt, Rt. t Box 68F, Starko.Itpd .. ., 110 and 220 ,. PRIVATE TUTORING. H.... P.Starko... 9644220.Nnnlng STARKE.FL0RIDA;
and Agriculture 616MOBILE Summer ..... ...traed..
Sciences particularly where the (Covers 15 Words) BARGAIN CENTER. Hwy Itekg 616ATTENTION
pointed out that improper product is overcooked before ------------ 301 South 6/2 TF/chg. for 6, 7, 8, year old. Certified PREFERRED PROPERTIESTUCK'S
Each word over 15 HOME -' 651111.Furm.h.d. ------------
heat treatment of low-acid packing. ----------- elementary teacher.Patricia PARTY
10 cents A/C .tc. Phono
foods contributes to NEW AND USED FURNI- Walnwrlght.. Phono PLAN A d....- DRIVE-IN .
several -Green beans were 496-2433 after 5\ p.m. Itpd manager 6:11: S. Walnut valuable
9644306. 6/9 6/16
deaths annually In the overprocessed in 6/16 TURE coach, ch.ln. 2tpd atrateri needed In thl. area! 'property In
a pressure All classified ads floor -- everybody'S opinion Wonderful
Congo-learn covering .
400 Hem
Over lat-aUmg
United States. ------------ WOHK-Tand
During 1974 saucepan using the USDA for In ad- BULLDOZER location for builnettl
must be paid mlacellaneon Item*. Boat hostel. award. No any
alone there were 20 out- recommended practice of a. vance unless you havean BR MOBILE, 2 bath HOME, d...-Excellent 24&80.1 Anything you need for a clearing, road building alt .......ta..t. Cell tell fr. 1- I

breaks of botulism involving 10-minute exhaust with an established account condition. Aainm home, come ... .*. preparation. Ph.... EdwnrdDavla 800-243-7606< or writ. Country living 12 acres,attractive CB home with

30 persons. Included in this extra 20 minutes added to with The Telegraph. In *. Phono 964-8165 .payment .tt.rII BARGAIN CENTER. Hwy 3569.. Glen St. Mary, 1-259- Santa' T.y Parties, Avon.Coan. .' 3 BR, 2 Bath LR DR, FR, screened !back porch :
total were five fatalities the normal time. 301 South. 6/2 TF/chg '
process that event tl extra p.... Itpd 6/16 4/14< 06001. AIM bookingparUa double garage, CH-A carpet.
which were attributed Sterilization values ----------- tfnchgSOWING .. 616WANTED
to equal to Itchg
charge for billing. Not ------------ ....
OKRA FOR SALE 50 ------- ---- ...
home canning mistakes-- those achieved in ---------- -
pressure BRICK HOME 3 BR *
responsible for errors cent pound. Buck BESSENT ROAD Attractive 3BR. 2 !bath LR
primarily use of a boiling canners can be obtained in when given over the I Bath double carport utility Murray p.r 714 Lafayette 964- MACHINES DR office, den, CH / A, carport and storage

water bath for low-acid foods pressure saucepans by when Is ..om. nice lot drapoa, 7326. / / repaired all make '
Stpd Slit building.
Instead of the proper adding approximately 5 phone ot or and brought copy to appliance.. Included.. P.... !_ __ cleaned oiled and adj..ted..1.1Vor..lU.r..t.od.J. \ I
r typed
pressure cooked process. minutes to the process time the office. 964-8630. Will go FHA or NEW AND USED window* ....* Looking for a tax sheltarT Distinguished, S unit

The IFAS researchers and omitting the exhaust VA. 1 tpd 6/16 and doom porch rocker, Strickland corner Morgan HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT modern, rental apartment on Temple Ave. Ample
---- ------- low aDd"c",staid| 4and Read and Highway. 16. 3/18
reported on their investigation period. parking area.Spacious .
malta work for .._...
FRAME HOUSE with 5 ft. Porch TF/Chg
of the home canning -Some additional water ((1 Typo. 60 ,
largo 20x40 ladder-back dining chair. ------------
process to identify areas to 2 cups) is needed to on largo utility lot.410 building W.Andrew slat-*oat eb.ln. etalned.) BILL'S SAW SHOP corn- cleaaa ......, etc. Cmdy "Old is Better" home on Madison. Large...,

where improvements can be compensate for escaping AUTOMOBILESFOR St. (8,900 caih. Contact BARGAIN CENTER. Hwy pleto aharpealng **rvlco, Griffith,984-8199.1tela. 6/16 landscaped lot with atoraga house.
made in steam when circular hand, carbide. ------------
canning practicesand processing Tolbert McCoy. 964-7818. 301 South. 6/2 TF/chg
where further researchis foods that require a long ..tpd 6dDOUBLE -- -- chain mower blade hollow WANTED. V..dr. I "Uve the Good Life of Hampton Lake" -We have
8 ALE i 1973 D.t.... AH7UM "gTllon greaod and. balanced.. Leave frl..r....., ......1'*, and
needed. time for heat penetration. ------------ A QU -55. the best for the discriminating buyer.
400.GrMt mil.. ..
f as Save ... steve .la good .
WIDE TRAILERand at J ac. Building Supply condition5
Their experiments with Bates concluded that with stand and all atceaeorieit -
and buy for 1000. See
at Phono Dahmer Discount
several typical non-acid although home canning. Standard Station, SR-100 A 1 lot oil Crystal Lako.. tw.BR,suite, ono Starko er Keyateae Height. 964-7923. TF/Chg ., Needed $23,000 Home in good repair.

vegetables in the home when conducted properly is 21, Keratooe Height if./. WAV carpet. A/C 110,000 maple, one oak. .Phone 964- TF/Chg ,
or 1 vacant lot for 5000. 5610. Itchg" 6//> WANTED IMMEDi: Mlddlo-
pressure canning process an inherently safe way to chi Phone 782-3326. 6/9 2tpd AVON CALLING to buyor .01 Just outside city limits-frame home on 2 and one

suggested that several economize and upgrade the 1973P'c 6/16. BlCEBERIlTEs"-- soIl Avon phone 755-2807 children. ladi while to care mother for half acres with wide variety fruit trees,flowers and

changes in the process could quantity and quality of food FIREBIRD-PS. PB, automatic ------------ 50 cent n pound. Phone 964-. or write Lou Clyatt P.O. work. Must hays reference. I great garden spot.
increase quality without supplies the public shouldbe 6593 alter 5 p.m or weekend Box 220 Lake City Fkrldn.TFChg .
radio 2500. Pho.. 2 BEDROOM HOUSE Salary open. Phone 964-
decreasing the margin of educated about safety in 934-7087 or 490-2307. 092tchg Just out of city. Call owner, *. 6/9 2tpd 6/16 6931. alter 6 p... Itpd 6/16 Yes, wa do have something on Kingsley Lake).
safety in home canned foods. canning. 0/16 9644593. 6/2 TF/chg ------------ ------------
--'- --- ----- Dawn 3 POTPOURRI Excellent Investment 1)
Mlty Gardani.
OLDSMOBILE 1958. 4 TWO BEDROOM FRAME mile South ol Stark US also mobile home hurricane Demorest home with spacious grounds-zoned
on I
I I 1 1By door automatic. Good homo with two-car garage, 301. 5/12 6/30 anchoring and mobile 4I commercial. _
l 1 .. .
BROOKER condition. ,&50. 367 L. partially luralabed. 262 S. borne roof coating. OUn'l .
.------------ (2) Green Property with home (needs renovating)
.. .
St.. 8tar. ., Itpd 11118 Myrtle St., Starko. Ph... Mobil Homo Service. Phone
T ISpelhng EVERYTHING NEEDEDto 964-6606. Highway. 100W., on 1 acre plus large wooded lots.
Jeanette Prescott : Brian David 4734732. 4/28 TF/chg go into .bundestag. and dirt Stark TF/chg Registered Real (3) Nearly new pretty home in Green Acres.

Phone: 485-1715 School Champion Trophy. t. FOR RENT hauling. b.olD.... Complete :_ ".- Estate Broker
Phone 468-
prke (11300. LAWN -
Ricki Harris 1st Runner-up
Brooker Elementary News: Pen. Bradlee Cox 2nd Run \ MOTORCYCLES 4 1551. 4/21 TF/chg Reasonable rates. ALSO Fred Sackett Cecelia T. rerwi//cgor//

Awards Program: Perfect ------- --- -- ----.-------- child care, houwork ether Broker

Attendance certificates and ner.Up Pen. TWO BEDROOM fural..... GUNS FOR SALE ZVt; odd Job. Phone 964-5452. u.s. aoiHampton NEW LOCATION!

pins were received by the The following students hou... Phono 964-8420. Itpd 2V.. and 38' old nt D.'- Itpd '"lHENLEY- .Florida 03 205 N.TEMPLE I

following students: Richard participated in a Softball 6A6 SUZUKI OF STARKE mer' Discount. T$ICb. ------------ STARKE, FLORIDA
Tournament for elementary ----- -- ----- anthorlicd
yeur Sainkl
Mayben Grade 5 Jody ELECTRIC
; schools at Southside TWO BR FRAME HOUSE. dealer. Phono 964-6020.1640 FOR SALE Diamond" Phone 468-1753 OFFICE PHONE '* .7776
Drawdy Grade 5; Teresa COMP AN Y-residential
Starling Grade 5; Scott Elementary in Starke on ISO/month. Pb... 964-5042. South Walnut ((301 south I. noodle for any lIt.roo. ever commercial Jndaitrlal. REALTOR HOME PHONE '"-5145
Itchg' 616TRAILERS Stark. .
Michelle ) TFCh.t have TF-Chg
Grade 1 Michelle Saturday June 4; 247 different one w* Phone 431-1700. Ralford.
Douglas ; -- --- -- -- ---
Carol them all. Dahmer'a. 011.eo..t. -
Stilwell Fussell Wayne __ TF/chg
Polk Grade 1; Jill Moore on Crllfb Loop .
Green Tammy Mann Kim ---- --------
Grade 3 Joel Brewer Grade for rent. Phono 964-8816 Before

2; Teresa; Goss Grade 2. Carroll Rhonda Bass Truett Carl Ann E.Z. L... Itpd 6116 t[ FOR SALE f AND CHAIR SALE' CHILD) CARE any .-..Hour. Licencenonary day.weok Ftoriland Realty :
Truett Tony ----- -- --- 169.95 Dahmer'.
The following list of up.
Lisa LEASE 70xTa lnced, hndy.. fou Buy A RALPH BRYANrt1
Johns Teresa Starling RENT OR Discount. 2/3 TF/Chg 393 N.Tempi A v*
received certificatefor
students a
Lynn Bradlee Cox Tiny mobile homo and 30 aero*. horn. cooking.. Instruction la Stark. ,Fla. 1

missing only one day: Hodge and Robby Jones. The '115/mo.th..d {arm land. ------- ----- FOR SALE mobllo home pr-klndergarten bnilco, Off.964-7700 Mobile Real
Sheri Nipper Grade 4; Stacy Phono Jax, 771-2578 no WMte' Sweat Corn 2.50 and luppliee. OLIN'S craft., art, .U. Pat' DayCare
Parrish Grade 3; Greg Brooker team won the collect calU. Itpd 6/16 ......1. Pea. and oth.r part MOBILE HOME SALES, Waldo D. T..p.... 7 ncr. with 2 fully '

Mayben Grade 2; Link Sportsmanship Trophy. --- -- ------- vegetable picked dally.Weinwrlght Highway 100 West Stark. 321 Butler Terr., St...... eqalpped layer houtee. Home b';! Estate

Hollingsworth Grade 1 ; PRIME BUSINESS SPACE Farm. SJt. 16. ph... 964-M06. 'TFCkgWATSON'S %/* tpd.!/> 20x400' ono egg cooler
Leslee Thomas Grade 3; Bible SchoolA located on Lawrence Blvd. 2 mile. Eat of Stark. Itchg ------ with extra *torge.Ideal 2117 N. Temple
will 616YARD HOUSE: OF ----- See
parade begin and. Flamingo. I. KoystonsHis.
Cynthia Lynn Grade 5; Brooker's Vacation Bible Inquire at Standard VACUUMS .JQ" brand VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS for Family Nursery 3. QU.lee.Q64.,8i88

Darrell Polk Grade4; School which is to start at Station or ph... 473-4907. SAL.EFnId.Y, io.CMoving : ol now vacuum, Uuod -.0 make, all Ba ".... 8.7 scree with, John fc-'" SR 16 WEST '* '
Michelle Stilwell Grade 5 machine. available. Expert Het H.... ,"
; ) larnltare. toy*. model Starko Sewing Center en ) owner
Valerie Cason. Grade 6; Brooker Baptist Church at 4 T.F.3________ dish., pan, clothing, buo"h.d..dr..rehe.te.eo.eh. 'repair" ,all make*. Part and 215- East Call Street. will held ..n..... ----- Dry"Acres.. I

Bradlee Cox Grade 6; Rusty p.m. Saturday June 18, and acceiaorloe for all vacuum phone 964-8312. 4tpd ----- *473 3775 Z2 High A
OLIN'S SUBDIVISION P_.. Pme a Oak tree.
Mayben Kindergarten Brian march through Brooker and 130 month, otc. 4 ml. N. .f Starke eU Built-in central vacuum Zoned lor Trailer. 5 *r 10
; lou .
Kendrick Kindergarten and the Subdivision and back to 1/2 wator aero and .. .per lumlshed. 301.behind. brick h.... next .yeterne. 404 NW 10th A,U p.rc.otdows,cheese [n* cypresal St7jWW.t .

; the Church for the wag Mark to Thonl Button. Itchg 6/16 Avenue, Gainesville.. Phone ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS your site. BRASINGTONCadillac Acrr.T Fkuadlngs
Craig Brighamm Kin For Information phono '- *nce. Hnl Uvl.g -
Refreshmentswill ------ ------ 376-7110. TF/Chg -----
dergarten. Registration. Olln. OUn'. Mobile Horn for people ...h.- want to I Acre Oak. Oldaraobile ever 1,000 ft. on highway.SjOOO. .
TRACTOR AUI-Chhar, Hampton
Scholarship Certificateswere be served. Classes will 8.ry'tcs. Highway 100 WoM, UTILITY BVILDINCS.AU STOP drinking. and. STAY SaIe.&Seryjce Term.
W or WD model. with pulltype -----
given to students who start Monday. June 20, Starko. 1/13 dlee.1100.Phone 964- ,aluminum prewired rerceptablei Mopped. Meeting Thursday. 1.7 Acre.,with 401'an 301. Pint Selection Of Vied LAWTEY AREA

received satisfactory and-or beginning at 7 p.m.and endingat Phono 964-5606. 8092 ask for Bob. Itpd 6/16 .light and iwitch, and Sunday 8 p.m. Phone Going Bu....... A nke Apt. Car. Taken On ----------
will last TF/Chg light tonga groove 964-5434. I
9:30 They 964-5709 or
: p.m. ----------- ----- 1 2 Acre lot. High a.
higher grades: ------ floor delivered and let up. Cadillac Trade
First Grade; Sara Crews through Friday June 24, with FURNISHED 3-room apartnonti QUARTERHORSE MARE Financing available, up to 48 181' on S. 301 with one 2001: N.W.13 31853)1GAINESVILLE Dry Hou... or Mobile

Scott Douglas Chris Powell Commencement Sunday June also turniihod 1 .. 9 yrs; gentle......ta.t blase, month to pay 60 able.. 12x12 bldg.. one 14x30 ( Homes tram 3MO..

Margaret Tetstone Michael 26. If you haven't volunteeredyour room apartment. Pb... 964- ....... with addle. bridle. Sunk of Starko,964-6020>> FAULKNERE bldg,one 30x40 bldg,and a Owner financing.S .

help please do so as it 8071. 6/9 2tchg 6/16 Also mar 21/2 year ..Id.Pho. 964-6021. 5112 TF/cng ...11. Talk t* m.. rF IChc
Stilwell Kevin Starling. .. 964-7751. Itchg 6/16 1/2.5-1 r/JT-Tolip to 180
will be appreciated.The --- ---- ----- ----
Sabrina Starling and Sondra program will be 2 BEDROOM TRAILER ------------ MOBILE HOME LOT with IBRtALlOR A 100'xlOO lot near School. Acre trout

Green. I block. from city limit, on GERMAN SHEPHERD. well and Coptic tank.. Small ---- 11.300/Acre. Owner
Second Grade: Deena Cox directed by Hugh Crosby., FPL power 1 child family Pappy, 2 .... old. Fr. to down payment. Phone 468- L 3 Bedroom House CBCHA fla......

Joel Brewer Debbie Parrish .- .. only. Ph... 964-7619 alter 2 good ... Ph... 9646653.I 1551. 6/9 TF/Cbg Stove A Ret. Included; HAMPTON AREA
Pam ,. 11/6 2tchg 6ft.MOBILE tpd 616SILVER 126 S.Water St. w Fenced Bnckysrd.
David Hamilton p. -------. -----.
Little The ------------ Starke, Florida ocoRoa ROBSTKTSI --------T-
Smokey ----- I
Willingham Sherri Harrell dOt. 225 Acre from
H6Mt; QUEEN CORN 75 964-5065 .
iff country, W. need lleU..cr. -
Suzanne Dyal Tammy Bear Film Opens urnlihed,children .... ..... cent d..... Phone BatchFaalkaer PERSONALS y ...., with ....... I II1UhICL.I .*. (625/Acre.
mil W -----
Thomason Audrey Pierce MH
'' 9646534.< Itpd -
Phone 9644114 or 473-4777. ----- ,sENorlflTsiiiPIeAVe.
and Donna McDavid. 6/16 2 BR IB True boas. hitown. '
4/7 TF/chg Coll9647700VernleP.Odom STARKB, FLORIDA
Third Grade: Leslee Reading ProgramLittle ------------ .Separate IBR apartment ..
-- .
--------- WOULD LIKE TO KEEP 3 -jjsjl. -
------ --- -
Thomas Ten Jakab Julie SUMMER COTTAGES ..aKiogsI. TWO VW CHASSIS pane, rented .... Excellent Ron;. Real Estate elf
4 aid girt I have 1-7-10-up to 137 Aero
Smokey the Bear will oV or year ....utJo..
Dorminey and Tammy ., Lake by wook.. complete many oparopart daughter ago 4. Cheryl Bro"'rEve..C' SR 100 from 11,100/Acre
Turlington. greet summer readers via A/C Call 533-2366 after 6 for buggy. Phone 964. Moss, Crosby Lake. St...... ----- 98<<-5416 owner fmaaclng.RAIFORDAREA. .

Fourth Grade: Barbara film at the Bradford County p.-. 5/26 TFchgFOR 6223. Itpd 6/16 Itpd 6/16 Duplex apartmeat .. 1/2 ---- -----
._ -------- acre.Each unit 850
Monday June ---- appres. Pearl Andruw.Assoc.
and Public Library -----------
Tetstone Diana Phillips FAMILY MILK COW-1175 ft.Large. 3 BR. LR DR L.
RENT 40.60 block tq. 964-7739
20, from 10 to 10:30: a.m. ----------
Cheryl Keedwell. The first film for "BookTrekkers" building,12'celling. Idoal for fir. Pb... 7823376. Itchg House Cleaning ----- Family Room Fireplace' 20 Acr**-Dairy barn,
Fifth Grade: Tammy Mann. moat say business. Starko 6/16 Rlverboat Styl. 20 acre with baGraham ". well A 130.000. -
the U.S.
Carol is through ho..., 4 pump
Michele Stilwell area. (250 month. Phono ------"--- SpecialAny LR. DR. BR. term
per -----
Fussell Teresa Starling and Dept. of Agriculture and all 964-5606. TF/Chg YARD SALE 6/11 "thru IB.tbe. den, tleoplng - 3 BR Furnlahed HOMO

Rhonda Whitman. boys and girls attending will 6/23-MicllBeu: Item Single Story porchee around ...... Country Club Eatate 2 paved read S15.000. oa

Sixth Grade: Lisa Lynn and receive a "Little Smokey" Too Late Careneel Candle Sheppo, House $29.95 195.295 let with beautiful lot. very reasonable. .

pin said Dan Smith directorof U.S. 301, 4 1/2 mile N. .ol Two Story House oak. pecans, akraba. Lillian C.Pearson - KEYSTONE AREA

Penny Jakab. the library. Stark. Itpd 6/16 39.93 to 69.95 Owner tI'OIlIf.".... Price New block home I. town, 3 ----- -----

Honor Student plaques were Smith said all the programsare To Classify ------------ None Higher reduced! Real Estate BR. 2 B. LR. C/UAA Sliver 8..... Laketretit -
awarded to students from ADDING MACHINE ------ large garage, quite area, .
free and further announcements Mobile Homes 19.95 I 3Br Furnlahed Heune -
Mrs. Cook .. Paul H.Faulkner I.i.S.veral .
each classroom.
HELP WANTED: ex- mnltiplln tape excellent is and STARKE corner 128/100.
of activities appealing This a pressure
RtallarAtoeclate '
Tomlinson. Mrs. condition.. Good
Melissa Mobile Home bayat - -
periened -----
Jackson Kimberly Hines. to all age groups pre- driver Olln1. Mobile (85. Phone 782-3660 alter chemical cleaning - 3 BR frame houio. CH/A .commercial. e* I Acre lot. House. or
school through middle school guaranteed to remove fenced corner lot, 815,000. 301. -
Mrs. Scott Elaine Tetstone. Home. Phone 964-5606. 5 prTFchg.SPEED Mobile Hornet Owner
will be advertised. ------------ mildew bugs stains. Irene L.Faulkner. ----- - from
Mrs. Powell Betty 16 TF.chg financing MJOO.
Pillow "Get into orbit at the Public EQUIPMENT FOR S64-514/ S BR. 1. bat', block ...- -- ---
Mrs. etc.Call I BR Iran wile carport onFla.
Turlington. mind free SALE 10 above Collect 984-8961 SueaaM.Bakken' ttractlen, LR. Family Waterfront
Parrish. Mr. Ezzell Library.Iet your go percent Power 15000. Swuu anal
Stacy Olln' Mobil Homo after 116.111'I / Room, In town Ski thi.
and have an explosive summer eoit. p.m. ----- on beautiful dear
Ricki Harris. Awards of fun" said Smith. MOBILE HOME Service. Highway 100W., e/ie-7/7 '.? ..re...... 100-8 nt 100. - water lake 100 OB
Run for Fun : I Starke. Phone 9646606. WiYf ifflli, A, reduced. .. (13,500. ncre pnitur load water Only 3 bit. left at
Michelle Stilwell received a reasonably priced just elf

trophy and a shirt. Curtis PARK .TF/Cbg_ Mobile Home ..................... Oncre-faring---SR-230 and SR 16. N.W..f tow. 111.500 -owner----financing.MISCELLANEOUS .

Jones 75 mile club shirt. !;i; Inside City Limit Service Poles 2" thru 6" Wlseo Read (22,000. - .- frame
Ricki Harris 75 mile club Walk to Bradford Sqeizr.0r ----- V er, nice Inrg
house.. comer lot m tow Weet Madison 3 BR, .largo
shirt. Carl Johns 60 mile Downtown Fast Rotary $Voter** lacing tw* graded
club-certificate. Cindy Lynn Let Us Help You 10O road. 9000. S- BR 2 bath.. C/HAA. DR, carport two pore....

75 mile club shirt. Teresa (30 Por Month Put Your Beat Foot I3O"2OO Drilling Equipment ----- large ..r..*. sakeeteo .1.1.., good) ,
- lot
condition, corner ,
Starling 75 mile club shirt NAILS All city Convenience Forward With AMP STATE LICENSED"Purnjaa 1635 acre 158,500 13-30 acre tract high land 126,900.' :

Brian Davis 60 mile club- Fir.Pole Protection PersailzedBusiness 7O8"WHINATS LAWTEY on paved road Graham
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certificate. Lisa Lynn 60 mile O$ l..i esiI.Mi City G...Water" Cards .....fl.eI Small S room fram. hen.* ...... Term 2 Acre A 3BR CB Noose.oft .

Davis Sower Bradford Printers .. IA acres (12.000. - -
club-certificate. Karen ._
411)7 W.I.. .... t4,4aO.
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club-certificate. COPPER WIRE Jo-Lu IIII9848a1D 964-6305 ----- 1-34 acre _.
40 mile ----
YHKIMeX 19.8 wkh nk. 3BR .... N.W..I Stark.
Debbie Phillips 40 mile club- tl-l VHb. ..no1tl'ris.ft. -: <. New & UsedSalesPartsService acre Grille Loop 3 BR Vram.he. .
44.S1133LONGCHAMP f.. borne, 15000. --- --
I ..... Beautiful Acre M
certificate.The nk double wide..enoos.d .
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following students were Commercial bldg. 15000. perch added CH- 14500.
recognized and awarded DELUXEMliii. ----- A, on one ncro let with
& MAINTENANCE Terms Restricted. bunding ....
certificates pins and pictures 19 ..... $33,500.Diastliul plenty ol in,..
Club Net
less C.ff.. ,*.... ... ... near Country -
for their Safety Patrol work .......... C S IPIumbIn9 ----- ----- .any left owner

this year. Sixth Grade: Penny I..n.as". WORKERS Home and Building farm 51J acre. Commercial* property hitown fmanchig.House. .
.. 301. Brick ._. with 2 ever 15,000
Jakab Gold star patrol Material .....Ss 1 square ___
Bradlee Cox Valerie Cason. I SI* replace. 3 BR S Bath. lost ExceDeat buy. 5.30 Acre. oil

Lisa Debbie Polk CONDITIONERS New Electric Steel Mill In Baldwin. Fla. Is now -WEBUILD- New Installation CH A; A, horn, fenced --- SR 100. South Just ..,..
Lynn Carl AIR !-'YourPlana' Or OuTS pleated ,.lItar. 9195,400.Need 3 BR bath CB hem with city Fine stand .. Hmbot
Debbie Phillips .WI. "" a.t -45" accepting applications for production workers Remodeling ----- large FR hi town. Very (56.000. '
Johns. Fifth Grade: Teresa Your Lot Or Ours1FREE email acreage A. *Jc*.
Starling. Cindy Lynn Tootsie (furnace helpers, casting helpers, and equipment ESTIMATES bldg. lei. Lawt., area - WE RAVE OTHERS
Michelle Stilwell. UTIIITV SUDS Repairs coatoesar waiting .
Tucker Mobilo home with largo
operators) and skilled maintenance mechanics. Remodeling Repair*)
Ricki Harris Elaine Tetstone I.l" ,.....,.. i Is Addition 4 t Batih.'peuble Wid.. ,addition oa I.5 acre eli EVENINGSblrysaR..iter
BR. .
Carol Fussell and Tammy shifts Good 301 South. Owner tmaa3 ----------
Mann. ir.....j e..**, .'410"pummo Rotating Wages, liberal company lloinea Bought- DujppiincjiPUMPS Mobile Homo, W/ChA.. ...... 944-
I 1.7 acr* w/complete ," =
Physical Fitness. First ,benefits. Apply In person: Sok1'trsdedACREAGE; : 2nd MB. 117,00 - -
Grade S SUPPLIES & SUPPLY for BR 1 bath CB home lAM Patray .......
Year Karen David ; .
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with SR. very alee, lonieeMaMgev ..,.-- '
Darrell Polk Grade 4; Florida Steel Corp. ASSOCIATES la .
FOR ewlmmmg pool, town IWayMDouglaa., ,
Rhonda Truett Grade 5; Don FORMIC Jil4OIlM COMPANY Lola Zfrrr 944-71J4 or f. .
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SALESHighway ..... ..... I IonICE'OPEN'IDAYB
Yellow Water Road SR 217 711-11"
Elixson, Grade; Cindy Lynn. N. Temple Ave GEORGE ROBERTS JR.Rog. .
864 Lillian Poarse- Y
.Grade 5. Second Year: Rlckl East Of Baldwin Fla. 9644)853: .Real Eatate Broker '
Harris Michelle Stilwell, Lisa .*...1. ..... 301 South Starke REALTOR Phone M4-'" A WEEK f (

Lynn Carol FusMll Curtis; ,.... ... .. ........> Stark 964-7061 Lawt.y.Florid USTWITuIJ4
Jones and Elaine Tetstone. "4.,.,. An Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F' 73M OPEN Saturday A.... WE HUSTLEt \

Third Year; Penny Jakab.

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;., LEWS'STIOK 20 % Four' traffic accidents this Station in Starke. o
rAii&r1 o Graduation weekend, puttingone According to Starke Police
man in the hospital reports,WOO worth of damagewas
E ANY causing a total of $1,800 in done to the pickup truck
damage and incurring one. and Joshi's car, a 1973 Volks- I
charge of careless driving.A $400 in damage. ,
OFF 46-year old St. Petersburgwoman Sunday night, 20-year old ,l
rt ROD GUN was charged by the William Arlen Gay, Jr. of 1
centers Florida Highway Patrol with Starke, was charged with,
family careless driving after she careless driving when his 1975-
apparently fell asleep and ran Suzuki motor bike ran head-on;:
FIB-IN STOCK off US-301 early Sunday into the Starke Power Plant..; ,.1
I I I I morning. Gay was southbound on Water1: \/
L'I'LJIJDLl' D O C L $1888 Hilda Cox Showell of St. St. approaching SR-230 when I
: REMINGTON: -GLENFIELD Petersburg was traveling he applied the back brakes; .i
northbound between 45-50 and found them inoperable;. '
301 S Shopping. Center StOfke, Ffd.. WINCHESTER I mph about five miles outsideof He then turned right onto SR..
Starke when she lost control 230, the foot pedal making the .
.0 of the vehicle, almost hit a first point of impact at the i
l ; .; parked'car and eventually intersection, and hit the, "
1 DLAIC : i 40 CHANNEL skidded into a culvert. building.Gay was admitted to,, 1
>INTERNATIONAL 't 4 Damage to the 1973 Ford Bradford County Hospital: <
CB sedan was estimated at $600. Sunday night complaining of' :
No injuries were reportedfor pains In his left leg and is re-i
RADIOSwltchable the woman, or her 8-year ported in satisfactory condi-: I'
old passenger, Kim Showell. tion by a hospital spokesman;.
Sunday afternoon a car Monday morning, Stanmore":
ANL&noise blanker.Delta driven by Vijay C. Joshi, Dodanwela Weerasinghe, 23;-' ':
Tuning & full-range variable squelch Greensboro, N.C., collided of Springfield, Mo., struck a*
control. Full 4-watt output power with a pickup truck driven by sign pole head on as he was
t transmitter. Samuel Welch of Starke,when making a left run off SR 16'
Joshi backed his car into the onto W.Weldon St.Damage to":
right side of the truck while his 1971 Plymouth was j
117.88 pulling_ out of the Eastern Oil estimated at $200. *.

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MODEL 77-M2I Earned By Local Guard]:

CB ANTENNA I Unit On Blanding Duty i; I

': The second highest rating basketball team were: Coach 1
23 or 40( channel antenna.
possible for the 15 days of and player Harrington:
Trunk or roof top mount. annual training at Camp Chandler, David McMiIliam- .
R4544 Blanding from May 28 to June Bernard Williams, Charles:
12.88 11, 1977 was given to the local Wright.Larry Ford John Hall:
#77-882C National Guard unit, 631st and Kenneth Leggett.Many of: i
Maint Co., Commanded by them were former Bradford' (
( I CPT David L. Bennett, according High School players. '.;
to Training NCO SSG The Volley ball tournament
uuttt Donald Bagwell."In players, coached by Doug .'' ,v
spite of the reorganization Bennett were: D. McMillan .
65 % POLYESTER XRL January of this year we R.L. Perry, Joe Gordon;: I
POLYESTER ZEBCO 40PUT3YEiTON have come a long way in our David L. Bennett, Coach
training and qualification of Bennett, Louis Donahoo and
unit personnel,of which many Charles Wright. : 1
ULTRA-LIGHT have new jobs,"' Training "We made a clean sweep in
DRESS SHIRTS Officer, Lt. Donald V. Sapp the sports tournament," said t
said. He explained the SFC Donald Wainwright, who
training at camp as "intense served as recreation com-: ,:
SPINNING and effective.""With over 200 mittee representative for the:
$ T88 members of the unit to train unit. r
SHORT and become job qualified The members received
training is the most importantpart approximately $57,000 in pay
PANTS of our operations." for their 15 days training. The
SLEEVE The unit does more than just same pay allowances given to (j;
work and train at camp, full time military personnel on Ii'
though. They won the camp annual training are given to.
basketball tournament were the unit members.
SUEDE-VINYL-NYLON MESH REELg99MANY the Softball champions, and "There were no major
$ 8 8 won the volleyball tourna- accidents or sickness duringthe
7 ment. Softball Coach Terry training period, and this I'
JOGGER SHOES Hardee said, "We played well makes us a good camp" said
without having any practiceand LOD Officer Otto F. Siemer.;
many of our players had Fourteen members ex
never played together. tended their enlistments for
$1499 SX-70 Members of the champion periods of up to 20 years and
Softball team were: H.M. five people enlisted the last
Tomlinson, Coach Hardee, day of annual training. This is
Johnnie Charles an indicator that, "Morale is
-- POLOROIDLAND Wright powell\\one, D.B. high and much was ac
1 Bagwell,Doug Bennett,David complished." by the training
Bennett, Clifton Griffis, period, said CW4 AI Crosby.
Randal Hudson, Alton Crews, The unit will conduct the
CAMERA Bernard Williams, Merren next training on June 25 and 26
COLORS Lizenbee and one female at the Starke Armory. LSG
member Paula Reed. J.E. Tomlinson said persons
Rudolph Hutcheson repre- Interested in the National
sented the unit in the umpires Guard are invited to visit the
group. armory during this training
o On the championship period.
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