Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04159
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 8, 1978
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04159
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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June'6\ np immediate action Monday his budget .,', Temple 1 Incj,'of Lawtey.ft'tlatf J '
on but requests to (und leveral; Hampton mayor William Summers. tlon of 7,5 'acM from OIUtoUiM LJ\
were able to smile when presented 'a two-page statement permit: (IOOWIlqnJobtle h '' 1
,Deny appraiser Jimmy Alvarez which was read aloud. outlining the rezon thoa last 1978.79 budget was $800 less difficulties of the town' water northeast of Stark from?ItC) ,to
t .year. system. 'for general forming requested by ;
.'JAlvarez! said his budget by statutory Summers called for the end of Robert T. elliott*, and rot'Unnlfxxl 9racresnorthweetotStarkefemHIC
requirement, must be submitted by offensive libelous cartoons posted on ( I ,. .r'
June 1> He said the $ 9.0U budget the city hall and a return to decency OR, iHeard .
Included! 1750 pay raises for each of fairness and order. He acknowledged that bids!.will be i J let l by I 110.,
( Senior High Point trophy" winner Allison Perkins rides I four" employees, a raise of 7135 the commissioners could not take In June for repaying Sampson! ;Creek .
I her Palaralno.. Capital" Pal. over the Jump In the Sr. Trail percent just under the 7,5 percent sides but asked merely for rinural Bridge between Broukcr and Graham '"
Clam.. given in the courthouse entitle support. ''* and a railroad slgrv.il pn US-.lui: Let iru I: '
""I"h", ''' Alvarez < said he< was by Or Bill Lennon of the Bradford: July will be a bid for 4.2 miles of SKf1 )
""" r"I" a\i completing certain standards to a Union Guidance Clinic presented a 221.and 7.7 miles of:SIR:; -Jrtfrom SK-227. I
..j' raise that would be prorated $1.553.. plan to develop a program In the to SR.ftMX Let in September will be air
If ', Alvarez said he eliminated one $8,000 county for abuse of drugs other than traffic signal for tnuFffftemvtioit> .pr.,,..- !
: J : JfL'iJ; : A '.. : r"1 ,v-w I t. position, accounting for the $800 alcohol. and a pilot-program to work Prange and JladillOStreet*.
"I I' ,. ;. .'(, ., :' iff' '. \ '. decrease. with troubled Department of Offender ... j
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'to -. '" 'j ,V.<\" J', Items of expenditures Increased Rehabilitation employees whocome' -Approeichange? tif Jwuirf forW:;. 4-
:: w. r ..It'lii t'J;' ". we",:- supplies. $1.423 automobile
: : !!1r {>"r-;! I J..I contact\ with Inmates. Lennon saida motor;vehiclInnpecUonstatlon, ,
"i. allowance, $500, and capital outlay ,
j5'w budget request would come later effective"Jun 12 w 1 Monday-Friday:
$30% Hems remaining the same were while he now was just asking for plan from 8 u.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 p.m (lo J ,
group insurance and office supplies approval.In p.m.The neW hours will allow a lunch '; "
zrl 'This rider has some trouble getting Sally Nelson acting as a spokesman
period tor' \
i 1 back In the saddle during the balloon for ',rea senior citizens,. asked ,the other business commissioners: employee when Ether/ /inly inspection one Is on station duty.t-,- "',; .:
race. board for a one year committment of -Approved res polnting'Mazie The station hannwo'employees most' '
S300, a month to 'operate a multipurpose Carter, Jr.,John Diggs. Rev George of the time* bu /IiOmel\m\ only one >.'>i I'
t, senior citizens facility at L. Harper, Andy Denonn and Richard The only chan II Is tloslmC/ from 1-2
lUKJMrs. .Nelson said the assurance Weltv to the Guidance Clinic Board, p.m. for /a Inner) hour )jj .' ,t' '.... ,i, '
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would bring a match of 160,000 from -- "'A" ,
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; r,;:; of plus'workers themiddle,170,000 to renovate In wing CETA at 5,000 RJE.money square feet for Comment r Is Good Conti* *. !F'gentAppraiser 'l- 4 f:'-*: \ II

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meat program for seniors said Mrs. ""
Nelson. She said there presently are In his'first full audit since reviews'jhe levef'M'ssadasment eacnV .i'(.

about 200 active seniors. of the office property appraiser taking\ year on % spot 'chock and every, four.
2,400 in' the county Alvarez said no 'comments year* "'p ratio' study oftthe' entire: .i!
The board gave a conditional Auditor General Ernest Ellison meant ", county! t lasses to lee if appraisals. ; ( 1"
"Mr,ava committment for the $3,BOO if funds his office Is In pretty Mood shape ., lII'e In. ord -t 'w. "

?&2 8Si were available at budget time." "1 "No comment(is a good comment," AlVarcr saldluLt'otfiet?'rJord8'arlt' i 1
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said Alvarez Tuesday. He said the up: to chile and any re-appraisals that _
... Mrs. Nelson Auditor General's office made few nilRht' have to' bit muWT( (ter a ;)ate ,
:Harry Green, chief of. the Bradford procedural<< recommendations that Department of I \'enyqrjvieM; in *LAlva'ret ... '
'jN.1 i Clifford 8run.ttl!f_nrfi! r ww!IMtei lui r.f II-. _b.s&,Jk tnt the, Arena. 'r \ ..,.,,, ,,"' 'W > t',11f, &" c iattr S tY lip J V\hdaritt"" yyKS) \.. SSKS> \,ft LIrtniWfW ', wOJ I Ih" .,rnc COC'" l"pt".1 "t.f"\'ltt1U.\4" \ \ t\4t\\a", rf w\.t his iII,' ,. o"
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; ,the(county to earmark, 2ooo of its "The audit shows we are Inf good atd the/ total( market, value!" .
! 4-H Horse Show Out The'Best $9,000 donation each year toward the shape. I am real pleased. A good audit in the county shown hy the audit uat\, '
Brings purchase. Green said ".ooq had been speaks well for the ,staff." said 5299,173t: '. lie made the observation
I saved *toward<< ? the purchase. Alvarez His office is subject to two that tea I estate sales in the county an-
1 1 The riders and horses were out i in Western Pleasure Western Horsemanship Western Pleasuro Is the class where Af discussion Green was asked to reviews: the Auditor General''reviewsthe picking back up from a decline over
, full force at Saturday's 4-H Club I and Trail.Showmanship the horse itself can show off The put some figures in writing detailingthe financial records and office procedures the pat-l, !several years which, could
Horse Show, held at the Bradford I is a general class that purchase and resubmit the and the Department of Revenue mean an Increase! In property values! .

County Fairgrounds, takes into account the rider's appear. ,r request He was I given the go ahead \ --- =-,--
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The five hour show featured 24 ance and condition of his equipment, -
classes, with riders from all over the the horse's appearance and condition '
.: North Florida area participating. The and the rider's ability to lead the HORSE HOW' ., '?, Terry Brown to Address BHS Grads'V I
show included open classes also for horse through various steps. The ,
riders not in 4-H. Judge may direct the leader walk, on page 9A -
Points were given In each class for trot turn stop or.back his horse
the top six places; and the overall Terry Brown, recently elected the graduates will wear the Marie Culvc-rson.! Cheryl Lynn Uyul.
winners in the Junior and Senior divisions University of Florida student body traditional scarlet and grey tassel Neva Jayne Flynn Denfse> Maria
were both from outside Bradford Council Protects president and a Bradford High Glssy. Cynthia: Ann Gornto, Honda
County Lawtey graduate, will address the 285 seniors High honor graduates are: Mark Elaine Griffis. "Volandafernandez./ .
Pam Ruff of Tallahassee riding her and parents bas commencement Dustin Box. Matthew Kyle Box I-iitonya Johnson lerie Ann Jones.
Palamino Diamond Girl took junior speaker in ceremonies to begin at 8 Patricia Shan Edwards Dawn Trad Ann Kelly. Terry D Mundorff.
high point honors Allison Perkins of Businesses from PeddlersMayor p.m. tomorrow Friday,June 9)) at the DeWitt. Michelle Gullion Brenda Patricia Ann Quit-tie, Christie Jean
Jacksonville riding Capital Pal hiah school stadium. May. Karen Ann Ul'dclisCharles! Redding Edith Gail Rhoden. Cana
gathered the most points for the Leon Register, Linda Dale Richardson Suzanne :Schmidt; Teresa- Darlene
senior high point trophy, Marvin Rosier took the bull to work( up plans to incorporate this Brown is currently a law student at Kenny Jude Rodrieue. Carolyn Shirley. !Margaret Nell Smith. Son>'a ,
Conformation classes were Up first' by the horns and aired several complex in the city water system and UF. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roller Kathy A. Taylor Lynn Tenly .
Saturday's\ agenda with mares, complaints he has received from, requested the city'8 approval on this. Millard Brown of Starke and is Honor graduates are: Freddie Lee Class officers ,arer Kevin Noel
ponies under 14.2 hands Lawtey citizens and policemen Wainwright also mentioned theta married to the-former Seleeta Hall of Aldrldge. Cheryl Lynn Boyett, president; Kenny Kodngue.. Ice- !..
being judged. regarding the increased peddling mini-pumper fire truck ((250 gallon Starke. Cynthia LouAnne Canova. Terry Jay president;; Sonya Tcnly, secretary) ; ,';'
The show, continued with activity on US-301 at the Lawtey City capacity) has been ordered and Three seniors will address their Carver. Johnie S, Cooper, Bonnie und Denise! Gisstreasur r., '
Performance classes, Showmanship Council Meeting Monday night June should be delivered within 100 days classmates and the assembled J.
,5., In further action the .Lawtey parents and friends. Salutatorian V ;;f "r

.. ... This sore spot comes up repeatedly) Council was informed by Police Chief Linda Dale Richardson daughter of Dial 964-8002 .
as. r- w at Lawtey, the Mayor said... M.M, Jordan. "We have, a lot of Mr, and Mrs. Tillmon Richardson of r
Complaints have gotten "increasingly bickering in the police departmentand ,Starke. will give the welcoming
worse" over the past few years we need to have It stopped This Is address Co-valedictorians. Carolyn Dial-A-Teen Matches' ? .' '
Councilman Ben McCullen added all because of shift work. If the'city Roller daughter of Mr. George Roller 4. '
I: Beginning as farmers selling their council continues to give me the of I-awtey. and Michelle Gullion. '
home-grown produce, the peddling power to operate the police.. daughter Mr and Mrs C,E. Gullion Students With Summer Jobs
has now graduated to' eggs and department we will work on a MX.day d. Lawtey. will give the farewell .
\: week like did" <( anything marketable, sold under the just we always '
! guise of 'Bradford County produce.". was Instead of the 3 day'' on 3 day off Miss Roller and Miss Cullion. the A new program designed to provide ating with us and using?Dial.A-Teen
Therefore. In a somewhat reluctant shift Patrolman Danny farm enter co-valedictorians carried a 3.9 grade Bradford high school students with workers." Johns told people at
!. move the city fathers voted has repeatedly requested.) pomt unanimously to draw u pan ordinance school careers. Miss Richardson, the county after an organizational Greeno said students in the .
Thvrsday.Jun./ Immediately'"prohibiting all activity "To keep from having the Councilgo salutatorian has, a 3.7 grade point meeting Thursday. June 1. program \will be matched "up' ti'Uh
, ,,/' _,_ within city limits (on city streets); in and do the marshal's job. since average> The program/ is called DialA1'eenand ,employers Mho call the )ialA.Teennumber
i ",1 except Bradford County strawberries he is the chief'of the police Rev f Charles R. Swartz pastor of is under the auspices of the local (lI6..800ZI asking for help. He
I J Hampton Council during strawberry season," > department. I think he should work Madison Street, Baptist Church in State Employment Office which Bob''' added that work available could< '
I ii30p.m. -' As soon as an ordinance can be out a schedule" stated Councilman Starke. will bring an Inspirational Greene manages. range(from lawn work to cashier workin
I ._1 ,., drawn up and approved by the Wayne Massey message. "We're just trying to organize an area stores. H
' ,.'. j Friday. Juno Council the peddlers will be given Councilmen apparently agreed with effort to bring local employees and Dial-A-Teen members will meet
j' ', '. '-' notice to cease operations. Massey and the police department Carol: Milner will sing the NationalAn the students together." Greene said again June 22 at (he Bradford Couny
IHS Graduatlon't Lawtey Correctional Institution ,working schedule was re-affirmed to them.... "We hope the students can get Courthouse Ht
, r.m. Superintendent James Walnwright ., be the same 6-day.;schedule,they- : have. summer work and also meet localemployers'
submitted plans for employee trailer had in the post! : '1'he BHS Pop Ensemble will sing needs." Parent OrienlnliorV
j V- V ",; 'Monda ; June 12 park adjoining the prison facility, While on the subject, the Council the class song "The Way We Were' Two Bradford, hign students did a .
bounded by SR-200B on the southern went one step further and very The graduates will wear the school lot of legwork to get the program off Set June 12 at BMSThere
end The trailer park. Initially definitely outlined procedure to be colors of scarlet and grey The boys the ground Mary Smith and Lynne, ..
.\ Parent Orientation designed to set up 20 trailers has an followed when the police car Is will wear grey and the girls red robes. Johns spent time talking to local will be parent 'orientation'
:. '. ;; .t .MU1 Op.m. expansion factor of 10 additional inoperable stating the officer on duty High honor students with grade point in Bradford County, trying night at Bradford Middle' 9 School. <<<
\ trailers when feasible. Construction la. should put in his S hours walking a averages of 3.5 to 4.0. will wear a gold employers employer Interest in the Monday June 12. at 7:30: p ml for new ,;
Tu.sdayJun.I3t set to begin In approximately three'' beat in the business district, and tassel on their hats Honor students. fledgling effort. students of the school. i) 1 ',i' ,
'months: manning the police office., in ,the city with grade point averages of 3.0 to 3.4. "Most of the people we talked to All parents and students are invitedto

I .. &OOk, 'Caunell ,Wainwrlght" was requesting the city' will wear.... .silver tassels. The rest, of seemed very Interested Incooper. attend.. ,'?}'. ,". ../ ,'>''" .11'4 q "

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,'fkmiorslr.m. ... ., ... o': VVV In spite of the possibility, of a law' told the board., He read the board the moving the offices of the State Parole the state's 67 parole 'offiOs receive If office space Is not provided In the'j,
i I 1: iff suit requiring Bradford County Conv statute which mandates that counties and Probation Office from the court- rent free office, space from various courthouse the county is then .
1 i tJJ ttO{;(gammulfttftatr ; :A'I ," 'mlssloners to furnish: the ,State .. provide office he', state, house.That office was In the old counties while others pay Clerk Gib ;;obligated to, pay rental-costs, plus *', :
.:f. ''Attorney with courthouse':office 'attorney<< ?The logical. place 14. in the\ courthouse and moved to the new Brown said rental space in the area Is utilities phone and maintenance.
I i D'nk'f '. space the board Monday.. June, took 'courthouse.",'added Hardy: '- courthouse when It was constructed in about 85.50per: square foot per month. Brown said Jim' Bloodworth, head
/ no action to reverse prior notice that What it boils down to ikkklng the '1969 p. '' State regulations allow '.040 square of the parole office told him he would
f aiewm N.-3w..u/t .' additional space was not available parole office, out/'-;observed 'commissioner The county has no legal obligationto feet for a staff of the size which love to stay In the courthouse and if It :+\?
... '....,_". f I v'I hate to see us Involved in $litlgatlon. Ma"le/Carter.The; board provide rent free space for the occupies the local State Attorney's CI me down to refit.y n amount coulbe !';.. ..
1 .....,,, -'" .'.0._".__'c":', ." ,',-' ." county attorney,Dudley,Hardy: dldvnot",.discuss I ,.. the) ,') possibility: of parole,office!!, said Hardy. Fourteen of of flee At':"*"'*,;? ", ,;worked'.. ',out.. '..;f.:.i .. 'iJIRm \! !"\.
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Golf a Counts Club of UI atell too .
June I.IW the annual pending were ...s. 10 the r

aria and reception Polynesian Cocktails: attire were served..JJpjSJiS' 7, JtaJyi'V.oty ;. $ :.', :JiI.", 964- 760it. :

with tiki dnys7to1:30andpndng to _.._ _.._
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atlas. and exotic 1.Avid BurkhaJttr and The So "berpKn "jt '
nuts were over the tad Keyttone Heights|pro ded'* Donna Harri 'Marshall Warden
rY' t r .ad salad bar- -- m c tar dancing.As .
the.rKeKyttone wyJw'' were the gt esla arrived the liIdlea
on were) given fragrant carnations to Wed May 20 In Garden Ceremony A 4
weart pqncb was served on the patio r
v .,,,omen avers kina the pool where water Donna Marie Harris, daughter ."f la the background were two potted 4i
1101_ *ftoaling. -; Chaplain and Mm. RusMll C.: Harrisof Norfolk Pine trees Accenting the 4t i
Ben oiey, fd'; chairman, and Starke, and Marshall Warden ton front of the house were banging. ferns
Lake Butter.NKYOU. Sand reecontionschairman, of Mr. and Mr*. Sid Warden of and the three white) columns were
and tbei cotrmltteea were In charge Lumberton Mi**., were united in wrapped with ivy. :
01 Uw lo/evenlng.. marriage May 20 at 7 p.m. at the Jimmy Alvarez played while KAthy -1
-- home of Mr. and Mr*. Butch Reddln. Taylor sang "You UtO\t Up My
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out.. atrofage'I Mrs. John Wr Griffin spent several! James Byrd of UimbertMi M....., MM :::;)
days last week In Thomasville, Ga., attended as best man. and Bonnie 1 s ,, ""
JAMES W. MARSH visiting friends and also attended the Walters,also of Uunberton, served as r4 i yl i i ., ,
Installation graduation of her' grandson, John ll her. ,, },
Carpet Baker from Ravenwood Academy In Misa Jeanneeit Jones, cousin of the &v.
431-1522 Melgs, Ga., on May 30. N, bride, served. maid of honor..Wins I }
ofIt Sonya Tenly served as ttie'-brldBi- ,1 ..I"f
maid They were attired alike In mint : -
and dark green,. old: fashion floor .:
length gowns. They carried nosegaysof 3 E I i, .

VERNON E. OLIN )'tIIIOWi'in; white their daisies hair and they' baby's wore .. I."I'\.. vA, "..,

a matching: headpieces of the same .d.. ., :
Democratic Candidate. flowers. 'I, ,
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for Little Miss Marie Harris was UN* .
flower girl. Her dress matched the at. 1
tendants' dresses and she carried a-
BEDFORD COUNTY white wicker basket with yellow and

BOARD OF EDUCATION rvfn green petal..
a The bride wore a white silk gowtPwith
District One a scoop-neck and an empire,

bt a recent survey ef tin NationalBetermbted Education Association It waistline, overlayed with chantllly
was that one of tile most Important prelllemi III lace with the daisy design: The
the fleW ef education today was apathy or a lack of Interest bishop sleeves accented with daisies
lilt the.part of everyone.Osack had silk cuffs. Her elbow-length veil
was secured to a matching lace headpiece
yourself ell tkese polntl. An I you 11I..tad In
children's education and welfare? Do you know your child's with the daisy design matching
teacher It yew child receives a tailing grade. do you dis- the gown which had three tiny pearlsIn
cev.r why' h your child taking... subjects| which he Is best every daisy.
fitted te handler De yew knew all the members. ef me Board Chaplain Russell C. Harris, fatherof An outdoor reception was held with
of Education De you study Me qualifications ot persons the bride,performed the ceremony.A Dora Trlest keeping the bridesbook.
running for Ills ...rd.t Education: r De you read an the white arch decorated with Ivy. The bride's table and punch table
articles about! eve school In the yellow and white daisies stood at the were covered with lace cloths over Mr. and Mrs. Arley SetSmlth
Cancel out Oft .,a...,. Show' "TetographTNEGISTKRANOVOTE end of tile walk-way. Highlighting the yellow underlays, and held hurricane
altar were two urn arrangements of lamps with yellow and white daisiesencircled Mr. and Mrs. NesSmith
Paid Political Advertisement by Vernon E. Olin; Campaign Fund greenery yellow and white dallies : around them. In the center Arley ,;
and baby's breath. of the table was a three tiered daisy
yellow porn poms
-.. cake, topped with cuplda. Miss Vickie Celebrate 50th. AnniversaryMr.
Norman and Mrs. B.W.Jones,aunt of
the bride cut the cake. and Mrs. Arley NesSmith eele- Book(, quill pen. and a yellow lighted
The crystal punch bowls on each orated their Golden Wedding Anniversary candle In a gold lace holder decorated-
Denmarks Furniture Company end of the tables, held green bridal Sunday May 28, at (their with miniature flowers graced the
punch and were encircled with 1 lovely home. registration table. V"\ ,/
greenery and daisies. Presiding the Nuptial music was presented by
punch table were: Mrs. Jack Oliver, Over 300 friends and relatives came'.to Blanche Brown Vera (Clyatt
Mrs. Kenneth Elixson Mrs. Brenda share their happiness with them... Jeannette Blrns and Marion Smith
I Jones and. Mrs. Carolyn Endicott. A picture yearned for of married love who sang "The Sweetest Story1' Ever
Assisting In the wedding were: Mrs. :..an ideal still experienced by many Told" accompanied by Claud Ernest Triest. Mrs. Butch Reddingand couples in today's: fragmenting world. Fralick at the organ. ;,,> ,
Mrs, Tiny Lovell. A large arrangement of ,..yellow-.
The outdoor setting had tiny bags of Mr. and Mrs: NesSmith are native mums gladiolas. daisies. .ana'pompoms
FATHERS DAY SALE bird seed handed out to the guests by: Floridians and have lived In Union on pedestal ,vase flanked with .
Karen EUxson Mary Sue Harris County all of these last 50 years Mr. lighted gold'' candles centered the
Vanessa Hodges Sissy and Cheryl.Endicott. NeuSmith was born In Providence table where \Mr. and Mrs. NcnSmith:
Their brown wicker baskets rural community, and it was here that 'stood while Kev. Wilbur Bates spoke:
I' 1 1 were decorated with ribbon to match he met and married the former Hila on "Love and Marriage" Mm.
-n t, iWf: W ) the mint green and yellow dresses the Mae Collins in May 1928. Hila .Mae Dorothy Smith sang "The. Wedding,:
came to the Worthington Springs '
girls wore. Prayer accompanied ,by ('laudeF'rallvk
.. rm:. If k :..m C fTr1'" Following a wedding trip the community-when she was six years; ; .
old. She made her home with her aunt
.. couple will reside Lumberton.. The serving tables were cO'l'red'with
_3 \ == : Miss.,where Mr.Warden Is employedby and uncle. Mr. and Mrs S.W. Wiles long gold cloths overlaid with

h,1\ ../ 1LlJJ..I 1-: Turbodyne Electrics! Corporation. DuBose at Little Springs. white lace covers. The dining l room

.... \ .-: __---1 tr.\: : .. In October 1947 the NesSmlths 'table sparkled with the'large three
tiered 50th'nnh.ttfllllrl! cuke decorated
Shana Schmitt opened a small one room country .
with swirlH of yellow roKes.
jJ : I' 1r> I'( i 11 ) -'Celebrate.' '' I ';o;", Y,. and as the good Lord blessed' Four lightedgold ,tapc7'hnCslh'tr4Atycandle j. '
.; .. ,, V._ : ;ftor.. they continued to expand their .. holdercomcrrd the table with .
., ; : '. &" .. until General Food )ner- '.fastv mints nuts, arid assorted sandwiches '1
; Q: Sixth May '
t u h f X" Lf'.i Birthday .chandise.. and Heady to Wear Store Arrangement of mixed
established. from.
was People .
W'- ;:; Little Miss Shana Schmitt celebrated '1 far and near to trade, because of the flowers were the placed house.at vantage{ (point :.
-' her sixth birthday TUesda i. kind courtesies offered to the public. throughout
rr: q roo ;;: =: l7 ::; May 30,with a party at McDonald t Pfllclous orange sherbet punch was .
rr- .. given by her parents. Mr. and Mrs, Now semi-retired. Mr. and \Mrs. served\ from a crystal I howl encircledwith
Charles Schmitt. NesSmith are raising livestock.The 'miniature. yellow und oriinftrflowers. ::

1 fi 1 r ': b:[ 1 ..g-: ., i awarded.The Games 20.guests were enjoyed played refreshments and prizes couple received their guests In were Friends:Mamie assisting.10! Dnugla In the reception lilimchc :::.

.. ) and a three-tiered cake decorated in the garden room. 'Mrs. NesSmith Brown. Virginia l DOUR|;> !, ,\nnit.':\llIt.
/ a ballerina and chose an apricot ulana gown with an Smith! Hcvtt frSlft'n.1i1: (\' I. T
\ 1'1'rID>> pink topped with dolls
waistline and v-shapcd Annie Pearl' .
empire O'Steen. Ituig''Steen.
:::: r-\\ (:It. { I ;; pink The silk youngsters dogwood were blooms.given favors to neckline embroidered in seed pearls !Inez !Smith Wanda !Smith.! :
v a'.s take home. and gold beads. The. angel chiffon Pauline Diclling., Dorothy Smith! .:
sleeves tapered to, points over the Alma Deese. ( hr\I Cox. Jean tioffh-; :
M\4.: tr4' hN1't: wrists. Her corsage was a large mark Kvclyn Croft. Kslelle !Hicllinn.Hillic .. _
:;) '. f Ordxr 39 MI PER GALLON yellow orchid with gold tips. She worea Ann I'ope. France (;iiinkini. ';
Subaru FE Coupe EPA 50
iE y rating family birthstone ring presented to Vera (''''att. Lenora Graham. ...
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; average her by her husbnad. Receiving l guests Virginia ( rnham. Betty KII)' Jordan.
rro.on regular UmtledOuaI'IV'
( j gas. with Mr. and Mrs. NesSmith! were Ruth Poppell. .Jcanncilc Hlvins
'\ Westslde VoJkswagen/Subem .their von. J.W. NesSmith.! and two :Marion Smith: Hobby O'Stecn.' : Jan .
.= f.\ ,, .\ Ii ; 11SO,Lane Ave. Spit 781-55H grandchildren. Melinda and Jimmy. T\, It'r. Jeane" :XexSmith. and :MiloHobortH. ...
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Starke Native Combating Leisure ,I'1 i.'., '(. _'7Z".'. '":'r'"J'" 1
Illiteracy ".,,"!tol1oIIG"IIM'}:/ !'I. : ..- J..1fI TSL lRAJPN .

Dr Jean Mundy. daughter of Mrs. Leisure.Is a source ot boredom, frustration Karen Reddish ''i, ij \
W B. Mundy of Starke, is coordinating or guilt for '* u :i
North Miami's Innovated recreation Dr. Mundy. "The many program people teaches said Pate Gaasett BiRTJs < t

+ acy program" to combat "leisure Illiter. people how to use their leisure to k__ _} To Wed June 30 f, J, .
the enhance their lives. ". '. ::1. 'I {
Is "
program from a new The North \ v f
textbook, Parks and p Miss Karen M. Reddish and and Mrs Rqger' of ,
tentatively titled Leisure Pate ,
Recreation "
Department. which is Starke the b '
Education: Theory and Practice: by running the program" will offer Gassett. will be united in marriage Jason Bradley announce, June <4, "" .' '
Mundy. .idar. June 30, .
professor of leisure services "leisure at 7: pm. In the
J and vtudles counseling": and "interest- First Baptist Church nc.pA ltaJ. Grandpa:/ '. .
at Florida State Univer finder with a reception Genera .
rySMI teIIt. to residents
help discover KJL
Norman -
rze *
- sity and Dr. Linda Odom. following at the home of Mr.and MM. .
Research Director for the past personal)Interests they may not Drew Reddish. and Mr. and Mrs Gary; 8e 'h! '
; National be .
of. a
aware <
Recreation and Park No Invitations are being sent but all Lawtey. .\
Association. A recorded "hotline" will 1. I4. ;
keep real- ..
J ;
friends and relatives,
'The concept of leisure are Invited *o
education Is dents Informed of available activitiesand -------- --ro--
:;: so new" Mundy said "That attend. '
ti beginning to fear It would be five we were or 10 .vices community and activities events.will The only new cost ser an* Mr. and Mrs.John M. JI'IYM.1r.:of I \,

Ji years before a recreation department additional MOO. because North Miami Jacksonville announce: the, tvrtb M a
.:.t "would" be willing to try It out, then already has 93 people on Its summer daughter born June $ in Baptist\ ,. i
:.i North Miami) stepped,, forward recreation staff, aided by about 50 2J Hospital.Mrs.Johft Grandparents M. Flynn.Sr..IIlS..Ite.nd.o.are Rerjjand '.;

.teenage/volunteers./ Rev. and Mrs. R.C. .Belcher: 1Il. ..i', .
"I 1 ii< i *. "<1r ,.
Claxton Ga. '- v\ 1\ Jfu
. Mrs. Sarah Barton of Atlanta Is
)F Gail Rhoden Wins ee .Miss Kathy Casey spending several weeks with her son- +n+m+t Hjf 11 11 .*!'L ;, '.
Tamara Carlicsl in-law and daughter Col. and Mrs. ( ,i,

! Second Placet Luncheon' Honoree CariscalEdenfioldEngagementTold" H.M. ,Hatcher, "*i, Jr.i''i P--t. .. dfuil\fl1JMt I.

In Jeen Talent Miss Kathy Casey, whose marriageto Mr.and Mrs..Paul Faulkner visited Tonda Lynn "Ht"&%Vngton) ?' ; ;,
Johnny Hobbs will be an event of Mr, and Mrs. George Faulkner in granddaughter of Dr. and Mrs.. A.Y.' (
Mist Gall Rhoden, 17 member of June 24, was honored at a luncheon Lake Butler on Sunday Covington was presented a letter in jl,, t
.t the Srarke Church of God; won second Saturday. June) 3, given by Mrs.. Lila To Wed August 18 ->-* basketball and a silver pin for softball (
'1 place in the Florida State Teen Talent Rae Yawn Mrs. R.G. Paterson Mrs. Mrs. J.H. Fields visited Mrs. Tale at the annual Gainesville[Eastslde tit,
.. Competition in the Creative Writing David Montgomery and Mrs. L.N. Mr. and Mrs. Felipe Tajada Powell, Sr. In Macclenny last Friday High School sports toan<|Ui* June 3. I
: Division. Hardin at the home of the Utter. Cariscal announce the engagementand evening.
Gail entered a religious skit that she Cutwork'cloths covered the three approaching marriage of their *.
. wrote entitled "Plenty of Time." dining tables which were centered by daughter, Tamara Alicia to- Eddie Mr: and Mrs. W.A. Weldon and Kelll Jo Dyal. daughter Mr.
Teen Talent Is a type of competition mixed spring arrangements. Bridal Allen Edenfield of Raiford. son of Mr. family of Bushnell are spending two Mrs. Charles Schmitt, .is hom!
: placed'' In the churches of God nationally place cards marked the sealing and Mrs Woodrow Wilson Edenfield weeks at the Weldon cottage at summer from Florida Schot4' and1
I with several divisions of arrangement for the guestswhich of Raiford. Crystal Lake. In St. Augustine whe
: talent that only teens are eligible to I Included Mrs. T.L. Casey Jr., mother student. i .
enter. The'corn petition goes first to G of the honoree and Mrs. J.R. Hobbs.; The marriage will take place "
state, if you place there, you are then "' to I mother of the prospective groom. Friday August! IB, at a a.m. at the '*h '
entered Into the National competition I ./ c The hostesses presented Miss Casey Owen Illinois Lodge at Palestine ....... CRITICS RAVE ** ;; "
which will be judged in August. with a place setting In her chosen: Lake. :
Gail's, skit will be published and Belly Fay Reantes silver pattern as a memento of (the Tamara !Is attending' Union County
distributed to the churches nationally Alton Blake occasion. High School and will be continuing her ic :
to bemused by their youth depart education in area schools. She Is a N
ments.'Gail Winning runner-up In the member of the Future Homemakers
Betty Fay Reames
state competition- a rewarding DUPLICATE BRIDGE of America. ,
experience and an honor. Alton CLUB RESULTS Eddie Kdenfield; graduated from
Gail is very active in the church and Blake Rhea Johnson and Lora Francis Bradford ,Union Vocational frHtY" ) I
has written several skits and poems. were the winning couple at Duplicate Technology Center in 1978. He Is now
She Is also creative in art work. Gail Is ToWedJuly7 Bridge Tuesday night. Dr. and Mrs. employed at Lawtey Correctional
a 1978 graduate of Bradford High Jim Mineslnger were second and Eva Institution.
Mrs. Fannie S. Reames of Starke
School Mathewson and Jeff Wrenshall All friends and
and the daughter of Mr. and were relatives are Invited
Mrs. Harold Rhoden of Hampton. announces the engagement and third. to attend (he wedding.

approaching n.L.__ _..__marriage___ ._ .._of_ her_ j
raugliurr, Deny ray w r iim DI&K"1 .
son of Mr. and Mrs. ,L.A. Blake of, .i"
Lawtey. 0 Livhg'Color) ",. (11d ,
The marriage will be an'event of ,;
Friday July 7, at 7:30 p.m. in the ? ;/
Lawtey Church of God. : GraduationTluu .
All friends and relatives are invitedto O # jjjjJ
attend '" '
\ Portrait. : \ H

Marlane Collins June 30, 1078

We Congratulate You,! ,11;

Glen To Wed Nettles July 8 1.11111"1', ,S.t..' I ; FLORIDA THEATRE 301 'DRIVE-Ill'' :

104 W. Call I St.I I Starke, 804-727. ; rj...984-5451 STARKE 984-7484 :.t-Ito
Mr.and Mrs. Clinton Collins of Key j j -

r stone Heights announce the approaching -
marriage of their'' ? .y
l daughter. Marlane Glen Nettles, c I
.. son of Mr.and Mrs. Herman NetUes Fy ? 's
riM of Starke. y 'sl
The wedding will take place ; ,&' '
Saturday July 8, at 7:30: p.m. at the : Ws\
Friendship Bible Church In Keystone '
Linda AlvarelAivorez'Norcrpss Heights. .
All friends and relatives y '
E ; ,. .," "to attend. 1 n i I 1.1.. <'are i invited, t
dt. d a, 'ra %,
tYb "
" Engagement'< ;Jd WI ,, A rsT tiri .ollms rtaM) ?>| I. s : I I .


July 15 Wedding SetMr. July 8 Bride-Elect .': ..

and Mrs. Donald L. Alvarez of Honored With ShowerMiss
Raiford announce the engagement
and approaching marriage of their Marlane Collins, the July 8
daughter, Linda Sue, to Gary C. Nor- bride-elect of Glenn Nettles was .. '
cross of Ocala, son of Mr. and Mrs. honored with a miscellaneous bridal : .. '."
James C. Brown of Ocala and Mr. and shower at the home of Terri Aljets on .. ,
Mrs. George C. Norcorss of Ocala. Gator Bone Lake.
The couple plan to be married Around 20 guests attended
Saturday July IS, at 7:30 p.m. at the showering Miss Collins with many
First Baptist Church of Raiford. useful and pretty gifts. '
Miss Alvarez is a 1973 graduate of The refreshment table which held a I
Union County High School and a 1977 large punch bowl and cake, was ,
graduate of the University of Florida. covered with a green cloth.Two large I I
Linda is now leaching at Downing arrangements of spring flowers CustomerGuaranty
Private Elementary School in New complimented the festive occulon.
Orleans La.Norcross Other honored guests attending Deaf
was a 1972 graduate from included Mrs. Zedra Collins motherof edObouOf \
Forrest High School in Ocala and Is the brlde- lect. Lisa Collins sister to el.l' .i '
presently working at J.A Jones and Mrs. Rebecca Nettles, mother ofthe Assod \ \ oce us6Y r' pertol\ollY. < sx d.r
Construction Co. in New Orleans, La, intended bride groom. a L O\nI\ ,6 loOl\ we wonted to e.
All friends and relatives are Invitedto f defol!> Accou' IttIQ'testm'nt plan. s,
attend the wedding. No local invitations Gospel Sing 'e a'Guo'Ol' 'your Oollo and Wfed .ounde" waY > ..
will be sent. A will be D *
neW : 9UOlOn'led c.c.au..t" w
Out .. you % *
held Immediately following the sot 0'10 d ,os B'
SetAtBeulahThere t"'lS y\eld
0\)0\1\\ rie'
lnterestrotes :: .
wedding. tOf you 'r >.
ds, neW % Wod s \uMfv,011n9 t
out ;9I'1\ol\eY ::.onnul'lC.OI'l COto
will be
Traci Ann Kelly ''June'Beulah Baptist Church a Gospel on. SR-21 Sing on at ffy! :k, Andwtth y"o to -Motu bUI"'mh rote c:0y'lOe"0'10=:::ubytontlot P'ot\'E.\ .. ;; .f', .,

10, at 7:30 p.m. h CHGEwI1HO
1oinod .cols owe .m ,
Michael (Reddy) Cox Featured singers will be Tbi I boI' yeOI 0 \
Regents Quartet, the Bellamy Famiiy on one UOOUI to"II\9' N5", Pot UGtCt
of '
ToWedJune It The Weeks Family. f r. \ !rovol.AU. \ ned\OdOUbleYOU, '
The public is cordially invited to" eO""W\t",1 Ill" des19 ptlf'dpol

Mr. and Mrs. George D. Kelly of attend according to R.L. Taggart,, % 3 1 .1.1's don.auy0 t deloY sp'clot I occoun\spedlof" .--c.eI\0ge bY ollQYllf19nnuol l \ d', ar a
Lawtey announce (the approaching pastor. ot 0 st\Of\pel\Od t
potion r'-
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of 1ftotlvelY" ten
their Traci
marriage daughter ) 1(1 dol''"
Ann to Michael (Reddy) Cox, son of THE BRADFORD ", ,\101 l(vestm'nt comPu net d ;
jpi, +
Mr. and Mrs John Edward Cox of St.: COUNTY TELEGRAPH t to tIO"'l'I\
'tele'tIO'I\I : bllfI9youlI
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The wedding will take place Saturday ; ,. nd Qi we 0"
June 17, at 7:30: p.m. In Wesley J3S W.Call Street ""I oul is t01k colnYutownDY1lb' os e.dwd
United Methodist Church,* Jack Starke Florida: :320f om.lnto blyNwest ondY Atolo" .
oy. tod) .. I I19i
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sonville.All friends and relatives are invitedto Second Class pe.tagepald :" U/! /. ,yu on fie::A9ht: w a+n9 Cow on1 1ond ,

attend.'J' at Starke.FlorIaSubscription !'1'' 'illo'q ; dw" GFSiDYDAcc/ .. ,

----------------- Rates: l L. ., fir ,... '11
In trade area: 17 per Ile;;. .., S'eelY.
Miss Nancy M. will .0>H /
graduate Wednesday June'7,, from. year; f4 fix monthsOutside d '

Georgia Southern College Statesboro, trade area 19* ,.,; yQ : :
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BMS Choruses Stage Hit Performances .

Mere than ISO member of the BMS In spite of the heat of the un""" Thirteen-year-old Lois Mooreo an 4. EXPRESSES VIEW. "OFIITJtERIYOW'*" :

Chorus and the BHS Concert Chorus conditioned auditorium that eighth grader and MS 5 DeAr sir: Dear Sir/ :
registered well over 100 degree onstage Principal Jess MOON gave a beautiful ,,1 -
1 nlff.their hearts out last Thursday the singers never let their enthusiasm rendition of the we o uJar A recent poster wa placed an want to thank your staff for the
bringing out the larest'audience wilt and brought waltz "Edelweiss" from "'I'M Sound bulletin board of the Hampton coverage before, during, and
to attend a chorus presentation ciative audience more MuIIC the 197 Bradford-Union Fair.
to its feet of receiving a standing hall, picturing; me aa a puppet
this year. once. ovation. MOM controlled tar : )) the article, and picture
my UM SUM*Sate.
people behind me. I WM
alone at the council table with! of the members of UM Bradford
Other crowd pleaser Included b e y other council chairs vacant. 4-H Club>di mean expressing
Kevin Neel's version of "If I Were A to The Telegraph.
Rich Man" and the duet, "Do You The Concerned Citizens appreciation
Love Me?" sung by Neva Flynn and petition containing signatures Wayne Crlhbs
Joey Herre Both numbers are from about 70 per cent of toe ., Rll.BoxUA
"Fiddler. on .the Roof." the record- Hampton. We, aa cowwn men, Lawtey Fla
breaking long-run Broadway show, elected by theM Mm people and ..
whose tuneful score, complete with only right that we respect
choreography comprised the High wishes, which was to have a nlk
School Choru* half of the program voice in whether we should go : ountilC
over heels .In debt in buying a wa
The Middle School opening system we could not possibly psy & Rotabook
segment, enthusiastically theft or holding the cost down aa much >a
students intent on giving : possible by repairing the
included a wide range of show tunes system y.r
from "Day by Pay1' to television's -- '
"Welcome Back," from the popular Sure I know we have got to h Bobby Taylor:
f Kotter series. Minethlng done to the,water
WM all for a new plan such as :,sa4-$281 'Extension.109
I -7 In the closing momenta, a plaque of One or Two when the engineers ;
appreciation was presented to Cindy gave us the cost, but It has more
Canova, graduating senior, who has doubled In cost since: then. How In the season gardeners
played for all chorus ensembles this more will It go up? a lot of time peering Into the

school year and "has developed Into As for fire protection: we *foliage of the various vegetable
Incredible accompanist.1 In the
: In hopes ,.f spotting a squash.
fine dedicated volunteer
words of chorus director! Bill McRae.
Miss Canova has been awarded a Lois Moore received a standlagvattai department,but we bought a new or bean that is ready to pick.
bean Is
music scholarship to Santa Fe Junior for her "Edelweiss" sole. engine for SM.OOO and had It all exactly when a ready
pick can be alittle tricky, sine
College. but $19,000. Payments were ".
year for five years. We had to let It are so many types of beans.
Another plaque was presented to VETERANS!: AFFAIRSby because we could not pay for it.

Ctady Caoova. at piano, and Bill McRae directing, received awards for Mr. McRae, who is completing his the Council is talking of & meant the name for' snapping Implies, map so must beans be
second William 8.lUas
their walk with the BUS and BMS choruses at the final and best attended year as director. ",000 a year for 40 years for .and, tender The seeds
Service Off leer better fire protection el Plan young
concert ef the. year last Friday night. not be ,well developed and
McRae credited Richard Jockel for Where Is the money, coming from
: handling the successful staging: and More than 30,000 veterans recently should be no stringy fiber or
j assisting with the choreography of the discoverd a better way to pay their GI I don't mind being a ... to, the, pods. .Shell ,beans
"Fiddler" segment. "This Is a pre- Insurance premiums. Thanks to a controlled by the people. I be snapped also,if picked In the
view of what you will be seeing next direct mail notice from the Veterans an honor to be able to be a voice on tender stage just prior to seed 'I.
year," McRae said announcing that Administration (VA). they have council to oppose such a plan .
I t editorialOur the Starke players headed by Jockel, changed to other than a monthly mode Number One which Is a similar vegetable for an
will present the full musical early in payment at a savings to themselves am elected by the people of
southern are
I.. 1979. and VA.Quarterly and If they bring me a petition with ( e as a combination peas generally of both
per cent of the voters wanting to
When the
McRae also credited Mr.*. Herb semi-annual or annual city hall. I will carry the torch.: and shelled peas.
Herres for floral and stage payments offer advantages over the Is shelling the peas She
Greatest NeedIt Eugene Tanner for arrangements lighting, monthly plan according to VA' So on June 13 let's all go to the the decision whether to snap or ,
and Mrs. George Canova, Mrs..Jay promotional flyer which has reached, and vote for Plan Three, the only based on how young and tender
Carver, and Mrs. Roland Stern for some 500,000 policyholders. Another reasonable one of the bunch. pod Is.
It to learn from several vacancies the providing refreshments at s all one-half million will get the note
was on dI that are too Immature are
before the ends Your
campaign In Mr. Cal
one reporter, Massey
I figures supplied by the Starke Authority all but one of these concerts during the year. August 1978, 'been doing a wonderful job and flabby. However, If handled

office of the Florida State places have been filled, and the As a reward for their fine work our meetings. I may be alone on they are a delicacy. In France
service board will be in The notice highlights an advanced council, but I am not going to sell of the garden beans are
that to
Employment more soon position during the 1977.78 term, McRae said discount, reduced risk of when very small. The main
than half of the persons its activities this the members of both chorus payment people out.
gainfully resume along groups lapse and smaller postage charges for Ted Curtis of beans for snapping purposes
employed in Bradford County will enjoy a trip to Disney World this those who elect .a less frequent Hampton City Co bush snap pole snap and wax, I

have to go outside the borders of line.What with Governor Askew's Saturday. payment schedule. Hampton I

the county to find work. aggressive campaign to bring On anniversary date of their most common shell beans are '

Z more industry to Florida now individual policies, veterans get the REBUTTAL MADE and horticultural. The seeds are
f The county has a total would be an opportune time to g FORESTRYIn flyer as an enclosure to a 12-month TO PARKER LETTER out of the pods while young
r potential labor force of 7466. supply of payment coupons and tender, but after the seeds
develop a plan revolving around Dear Editor: 1.
envelopes. plump. Left too long in the
j with 6,976 actually Of .
employed. what type industries we would This letter Is In rebuttal to the the over-mature seeds become
the total number employed 3,700 like to attract and are capable of Bradford Co. If positive response to the program from James H. Parker In the, and flavorless. Even so. some '
commute to jobs out of the providing with the continues the preparation, handling Telegraph. prefer to harvest their shell I
I necessary and mailing costs of the monthly
S t county daily and 1,380 "work for facilities and utilities. by Timothy LaBelle billing packets will be reduced. First of all I can't understand in this mature stage then
the flavor
p the government" in schools or at Mr. Parker was "very by proper

the three prison institutions in We understand that grants are surprised" to find only 24 CCI

Bradford and Union County. available through the EDA Moped Drivers citizens In Hampton. One of U.S.D.Astandards for lima

(Economic Development 80 YOU WANT TO countr r's greatest problems state that lima beans should be

.These ,figure point 'up the -11_c Authority) for the development SELL YOUR TIMBERf, MutUave.License 4 apathy. 'I don't care' what side.. ... not>i< over-mature* .not,
: __. j J' person stands on ;In .nY 'laaue. lvely l1.maUand.f.I.ly'< w.ll '
critical rteedforJ'more'employfnent of industrial parks In small towns' If you have timber to sell you wontthe 'rt'e"rIY.e'UJ.L'aUl! 'N.r"} most important thing Mr tHeiri to tettn .YFalrlyi-weH. .fitted r* .I,
'c opportunities within! the and cities, and those that have most for it. If you have sold timber '' to get'all' the mformatidrf they'can according to the standards
county and this of course indi- such facilities available will, of before, you realize that many factors An estimated 90,000 moped drivers the subject, and use that vt'I "more than one-half of each pod
cates the need for more industry be in affect price and often it is kind of hit in Florida must buy a $5 license tag to make the decision that (they feel be filled with well developed
course a preferred positionto
and miss as to when Is the best time to and make sure they have a driver's right. Then they should get out and but no pod may have less than
small or large. obtain industries when the sell. license under a new law passed by the their best to see that what they feel fairly well developed beans."-.
opportunity arises. 1978 Legislature.The right is accomplished.
[ These figures should also be an Just what factor*affect the priceyou beans are either snap or shell
? One of the largest law provides that everyone will Fortunately Mr. Parker which are allowed to mature
inspiration to the Bradford The fact that more than half of can have to have at least a restricted mistaken. II
There II'not
just The be
demand wood and pods
factors is the for picking. may
} County Development Authority our labor force is employed out- driver's license (at least 15 old) concerned
the supply of wood at the time. As you years citizens in Hampton but after they are dried hard in the ,
to renew and redouble its effortsto bide the county should give us a would expect, if supply exceeds de- by July 1, although local police may least 176 that I know of, and : Such drying in the garden Is ?
obtain more industry for the message, and that message is the mand !the price you would get wouldbe extend a short grace period. more The 176 people I'm speaking to accomplish due to regular

county. After a period of inactivity critical need for more industry in lower than if the situation were re.- The law was prompted by the deathof are the ones who signed the which usually occurs in the
versed. If could know the demand asking the FMHA to turn down period in our area.
for several months, due to Bradford County. you 28 persons in moped accidents on !
application for the loan and
and situation in advance,
supply you Florida highways In the past three '
the grounds Hampton could at harvest time gardeners
could hold timber until !the beet
your ,focusing attention on the small
possible market exists There Is one years make the payments. I feel this Is be looking for fruits as well as
vehicles. '
11 Plus Legislation problem with this; this of Information motor-powered fine showing of concerned citizens: In the vegetables In the'J J"
is scarce at best. The restricted license may be of the 469 people.Mr. Parker garden. Almost all parts *:
obtained by taking the written and eye were In Hampton considering plants are consumed as ."
While demand and'supply play a examinations at the local of this 469 are children.Mr. with the fruit of the plant being
In spite of being a session that major change in a decade in the major role In determining price there office. agency important in many Instances.

gained the reputation of passing state law dealing with juveniles.aflf'l" are many other factors involved. The .Parker also stated that many lf'
little major legislation, the 1978 conference location and accessibility of your Mopeds will still be prohibited from the 24 at our meeting were most common vegetables
a committee timber are two other factors. using bicycle paths under the new water users. This was a edible fruits are tomato.
I Legislature did come up with attached a provision allowing law. Most of the people at that meeting '. pepper. cucumber..
some measures that seemed to be newspapers to publish the namesof First,how far is your stand from the many of our concerned citizens squash, melons, okra. peas,
I on the plus side in coping with minors charged with crimes. mill or woodyard? The farther it Is. city water users. and sweet corn. With all of '.'
the higher the cost of transporting the '
school and vegetables.'transfer pollen ;ri
taking a Supporters of the change said it wood and the lower the price the Second Primary Date As to relatives on the council. I male to female parts of the
I tougher stance on crime. would still be up to the news buyer will be able to pay. kin to Mr. Curtis and am proud that (called pollination) Is required "

I media's discretion on whether or Shifted For First TimeFlorida's has the integrity: to'stand with an edible fruit Is produced.
For instance. County School not it would publish names, but Is your timber easily accessible by against opposition from the rest of are some exceptions, such ali
I Board members in Florida paved or graded roads? This can council. If Mr. Curtis and \ were parthenocarpic seedleas; r f.
can no at least the option would be
determine what kind of logging long-standing tradition of the felt
equip- opposition on plan we of vegetables.Pollination !Is'' '.
j longer pass the buck by saying available in the case of serious ment and transportation methods can holding elections on Tuesday will be right for Hampton being and aided In one of "
I they can't take certain actions crimes. One legislator said "Our be used. The type of operation used broken this year because of a conflict would not affect my stand. unless main ways! T/) wind2): : ) Insects. "i
,, "unless we get a law from feeling is that the public has a will affect the price you can expect. with the Jewish holy day, Yom Curtis could show me the logic In ) self-pollinated. The Vilnd Is 01'
Tallahassee." The legislature Kippur view, I would remain firm in responsible for the pollination
right to names of
What condition is stand in? Is .
passed a bill the corn, as It carries pollen from
regular serious juvenile offenders. it well-stocked with merchantabletrees
tassels -to- 'the silks.. Wind Is
session .granting home-rule Another important change in or Is it average or poorly A bill' passed by the legislature Finally our posters do state that 'responsible for the "J p
powers to School Boards, permitting the juvenile law was to make it stocked? Is there heavy underbrush changed from Tuesday.the Oct. 10.primary since Yom date fire hydrants will coaUI53.700. of other vegetables due to '
misstated this. I don't know
them to do "anything not easier for to that hamper logging operations, we I of, the plant and flowers: '*
prosecutors try or is the ground level fairly clear of Kippur begins year at sundown on Mr. Parker'got his information
forbidden ,by law." Formerly, juveniles as adults. The new law brush? that date. The new date set' was the hydrants would only coat $ tomato is an example of ''.*

they could do only what was will allow prosecutors to bring Thursday Oct. 5. but even if it's correct it's still a the'wind flowers'.-Beans self-pollinated and by 'r

specifically: allowed by law. At adult charges against any 16 or These factors play important roles. question because the higher cost of vegetables that peas pollinate are II"

least; now. "the public will know 17 year-old youth who has twice In Your the county price you forester get for can your help timber.In conflict Proponents would of not the only bill curtail said the the big the pipe enough Is In order to support to lay pipe he that selves due. 'to. "the structure. of the

where the responsibility lies for been found guilty of a delinquentact. determining the needs of your you land, Jewish vote, but would make it hydrants. So it's really all for o
any action that is taken or not One of those charges would locating markets, and in the details of difficult to recruit poll workers In same thing anyway.
taken. have to be a felony. This new law your sale. many all-Jewish precincts In Dade mOllt've, etables. Insects play f\\'
Countv As to the posters that state we role In transferring pollen, ,t5
will give prosecutors the optionof a live-in fire department to make the male parts of the flower to
1 On the controversial issue of trying 1.400 juveniles annuallyas \.\\ The first primary date remains the cost of the fire hydrants sensiblethat female parts. Examples! of

testing teachers to determine adults, out of the 93.000 Getting off coi-frt has same, on the second: Tuesday, Sept. Is true and I totally agree :producing edible fruits M
their qualifications the basic Florida youngsters who wind up nothing to du with Scotland.It 12. and the general election date is Mr. Parker there.We can't afford from ''insects-borne' pollen i'1
skills of education a bill was in the juvenile system each year. come from the old English Tuesday, Nov. 7. paid fire department, or Plan I fill.Jane cucumber.cantaloupe.. ..I I

passed to.' require such testing word scope meaning a Lott; Hall squash, pumpkin.

after, the state's two teachers' Proponents of the bill said that scot municipal- ,.* I il tax tax....Getting.Ion. off *********** P.O.Box 83 I these'. pepper Caes, the and honeybee okra. In,most both

unions split>; over the measure, 43 per cent of all serious crimes in ,Hampton Fla.Lake .
1 i
daneattc.t the
with FEA remaining neutral and Florida were committed by and I I. Insect '
FTP opposing the bill which requires persons under the age of 18. and pRiQ4 '" : eared-far responsible for pollination. 4'
C0 Pf,ipertyOwners /
prospective teachers to hailed the bill as a way to crack good conditions, pollination

pass.an exam of basic reading down on the hard core juvenile lA place >normally; however :1

writing, and math skills. offender who should be handledas ACiM itiwiji p4 .',,' "'. to Meet .;. do arise where for some *

an adult for the protection of Sai iz or another pollination does not ,
O n'Morning .
: )
The push
: :for tighter standards the public. naturallY' In these cases the

for certifying teachers began in ,T yotC 'The'KI Lake may need to assist the plant '--
earnest last fall subject BOB O. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLERPublisher '.Jey pollination,shaking the plants ..
thousands is
The legislature always Owners Assocaition will meet at :ing the proper of '
of llth graders failed the new to a lot of criticism, and many I a.m,Saturday. June 10, at the ; (bees). '>..-. supply j
functional'literacy test now required times this is well deserved. Published each Thursday and entered a* second: Class. Matter Palmer. home on the lake. /t ;
Rivers Jr.. candidate far the '
t before obtaining a high'' However,+these are just a few of at the Post Office at Stark, Fla. under Act of March 3.1878.i: Legislature from this district will be forget thV: Farmers Retail .
school: diploma next year, the measures passed at the "'" guest at this meeting. If you ha ve produce to sell or' /
I 'J"T recent session that seem to be on Subscription rate In trade area '7 per year.s4: six months. like to buy some for fresh use 'i

: In the field of ever-growing the constructive side and we are Out.IcM'1rada area: .8 Per year. *4M Six Month The association has a or canning. Thursdays and, 5
juvenile Phone .' of 68 families who own property ..,* a.... the big days hut.the* 3
delinquency and crime, glad to give credit where credit is 964-9305 Sfadl. ..E.lOrIda ,
I the Kingsley Gerald D, Moran ..will be open< Monday thru O
legislature made the first si lie. esldent. each .
pe w .. week.!: < .vi.I"

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---w w.IIr.. .w- w..... .,.\_....'"w5 r M MvGradust/on '... .....rw.wu..rrwTr. .. ,..wwr.or,," wr. '" June. 1171 TELEGRAPH PagSLt, { 1

Graduation e.erelna/ wiCre i (d< sal.,., ftMIIII rolfo\vinc\' jthe. BeneoTction occasion, -then--went---for-a-visit---with--Annette'----ewrarn."rrwrrrrrr Z I..r \ 1

2 Hampton for Kindergartener Christian Academy and on June Watson, former assistant principal by Robert of HAMPTON<< AREA NEWS grandmother Mrs. Evelyn In Bauldree Clifford Fla.visited her Robert Erie Nugent Moorhead was played Little Middle BIII3 r Coat Billy p I
High the
School Seniors. .' school refreshment were served byeloree mother Mrs. Norris, in Goat and Tracy Bradley performed aa I'
Leesburg I'q
to families
and guests' who attended il ilWe're
Richard m Big Billy Goat.
presented certificates Mashnurn.to UM pastor, the ceremony. lS; Phonet over the weekend. The Chorus constated of Nicole t { '
following School
students birthday June 5 when his tamil .at Bradford News Clark. Denise Curtis Brian Darts. '
,, of Mm, Audrey Kit who on ; High School were Terri Students of Hampton Elementary
wore white caPII.hnd gowns: Jason Harold Congratulation* and grandparents, Mr. and Mr. A.... ,4Paldl, Cassle Reddick and Danny School and enjoyed the Ores Cindy CrlffU. Billy Horne;; Mitchell
Waters who faculty
Sherrl Lt.j will graduate Partr'and Mr, and Mrs. James! 1(. j ro1fe.'T'he, Langford, David Parker Donna
Frank "n Murphy and from Bradford Rehearsal of the first grade under the
County High School on '
f9 Cm-ntee. Joined him In Peeple. Brandon Gina I
Stapler } celebrating. slnllln which Included Phillip
June 9. music direction of their teacher Mrs. Jean
The Commencement:. address was pleasantly surprised\ to 1-l&miny had a lovely decorated cake. from Fiddler On The Roof and Sound Clark Ralmondo.: Jennie Kelly
given by Rev., Don Glenn of Trinity was receive Ibis a response to an Invitation hesent. In'\',, the form of a ball diamond of Music was superb being led and Students Tuesday who morning performed In The Rhoden. Mark Rbellb') .
was in the form of
Baptist .School a complete with and made by directed Williamson and Polly Woods. OUr\
la Jacksonville. congratulatory card' from Presidentand players by William McRae, Three Billy Goats Gruff were: Elvesor .
Diplomas' were-,.presented! by the Mrs. Carter-a MrarBIonnie Derkman. He and his accompanied fay/ Cindy Canova on Story Tellers. Tina Branham Mrs.Clark constructed moat 11\\
pastor ." tJO ''Shere".r' Bryant, experience Jimmy! thrilling brother spent the night in the tent piano and organ and Warren Billy Jordan and Holly Shields. The costume and prop Warren!!
salutatorian: Chanda Simmons, given him as a gift. Tommy Is Stevenson' with drums. TrolL- ves played by Quinton Ford, Stevenson made the Troll Bridge<<
valedictorian and to Joe Men,. recovering from being severly) cut on >'? tJugene! 'tfalle, and Donnie Roberts. which was painted by Holly SNeId>>. '
Darlene :Mott. David PeanaU. Joy Michael' Brunetd celebrated his his arm by a knife carelessly handledby 'Adult Adult Education juat'! ,.i' i .... Mrs.Clark accompanied on the ptJ

whom Willlams"and Maryanne Wise all of i birthday on May 20 with a family:: Jeannie another Lloyd person celebrated her 13thMrthday at Hampton Education classes will begin '
wore blue caps and gowns. ,| at his home. Elementary School on Truly ;
party >:June 8. Left Jones June 12 at 7 :
Donny.BrGWn---pr rided laX.phone Paladin Tommy p.m. Classes Will| meet :
Tommy enjoyed his 14thI .
.,,11----; also had a June 8 birthday. ''J each Monday and Thursday from T-iO, i .
t 4t3 Karen Wilson turned 13 on June e. Pm"; fJ1l.
Storke She and Jsannie and other friends to : !

I riatoH SOCIETY BEAT I Ifi. celebrateQat week RobblnVWadsworlh" > *: ', a slumber spent party last the School these, clweS!education regarding! 'invited complete this' to program atte"dQuwtlons .."..,". () > .:Jt>I'

weekend irf Jacksonville visiting her may be referred to Mr. Millard Brown t : I
aunt Mrs Lllla Barber. On Friday at Stark, Phone 964-6150. or to Mrs. ( : I I
:\ and T&* she went the Katherine Wadsworth Essie L. ofJheClossFijjy
lint. Lane and Samuel L. Hamilton son of Mr. and to Crosby also in Starke at 964- .
children. Gina and Eric. otSl.. Albarw.. Mrs. Raymond Hamilton of Corry, Dress Shoppci and did some shopping. 744S. Everyone is welcome! .; ,1
West Virginia: have ; She had dinner at the Ponte Vedra : \ \
purchased the ofrnw h
Pa., 'and of Mr.
grandson and Mrs \
I :
Cecelia' Country Club Saturday. Before Hampton Lake .. / ,
Terwillegar ho mi.o .-1923 East Vanle Hamilton of Starke has been News ... /
Call and already moved In. named valedictorian'the 1978 coming home Sunday she enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng hosted areception ';lf.
('(fella! Terwillegar had moved her'' \;\ High School: graduating on Corryrea June some lime at .Jacksonville Beach. at their home following '' "

residence &708. \\i Call Street., 8. He earned a 3.97 scholastic average Hainpton Christian Academy i'-I -z
"11' Senior Cllliens
/ < :
graduation exercises on June '
out of a possible 4.0 for his high school 2 /
Irvan CovlngtbnCl'xbn! ofl Dr. and years.Mr Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Olin of Starke Sandwiches, decorated cake and f- '
:MW A.Y. were visitors at a turnoutof / \ : +
Covlngtorf wf Kingsley) Lake among good punch were served. Their son, Joe, /
was honored'' ( by' *the/1''Gainesville Hampton Senior Citizens! .,at theirmeeting was aopong the graduates of this
Ju.vccen at''their'Meeting June!' 3. on June 2. class
*. tennfe Woods Is .
Covlnglon ''received''' the William C. and Mrs. Buck'Woods visiting Mr. This group invites friends to a Beverly Meng who is employed In X11't -
|In Live Oak for
!IVppor memorial sward as "Jaycee weeks. covered dish luncheon being plannedfor Orlando spent the weekend with her
<>f the Year: He!"' '',,"ented a two June 18 at I p.m. at the City Hall. family bere.
plaque which reaoVlW' Christian Church Mr. and Mrs, Carlton
exceptional Mrs. ''Jean 'Rathel and Meng and <
and Dedicated'' "StrVlceto I !:' the family of The Ladies Council of the Hampton daughter. Angela of Jacksonville. .
alntftville; 1 Jaycee ''artd tbmmunlty; Salisbury the Md., are spending this Christian Church thanks all who visited Mr. and Mrs.,Paul Meng and ',
week at Sale Cottage at
Kingsley contributed and ,
to brought from or family over the weekend. They
MidhaelSialrunkhd'daughteror Lake and also visiting Mr. and were
:.Mm. '' Mrs helped in any way to make i their enroute home from St.
lndianola'Mlssi..r.'+ t81 ling her ?' Drew .Reddish I and!. family In Starke.Local Saturday Rummage Sale successful: where they visited Mr. and Peterbura Mrs. Bill We
ptirents. Mr. 'and Mrs:' C.'R.'Scoggln: with a profit of $138.Horse Meng and Dana. '
for three weeks. > : l .admittances .to ,'Bradford Grace''Hodge from DeLand visited wish each \ t \ 'L, ':
County Hospital this week Include
: Show Annette''
:Mr. and "Mrs.' Robert Taylor of* Mrs Mabel Bailey. Mr*. Carol At the first 4-H Horse Show held In Bauldree last week. They 'graduatesuccess ,

Kaiord( Were Sunday dinner guests of,"' Ashellne. Mrs. Michelle Parker Mrs. Bradford County on June 3< in five "" ;
:Mr: ,and, thins: : Tullie Norman, Rosalee Hodgins, Lawrence Gibson years, Michael Brunetti riding his "
( *
and Mrs.; Grace Monaco of Starke; quarter horse Super Sammy, And DISCOVER in life. .I.. '
:>tiff and !Mrs V..J. Spongier were In1' and Mrs Annie Wilkerson of Lawtey.Mr. Clifford Brunetti riding his paint -,J' I '

Orlando last Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs' horse Jim Dandy Spot were awarded CHIROPRACTICS: JI''I> ", I
celebrating (heir 15th' 'wedding1'iinnivcrsbry. and Tillman Hutto of 15 ribbons 'between them. t !l
'j :, Jacksonville were Sunday .visitors of Congratulations on good riding 'and If you are suffering needlessly ., 16
,/ 4 ..
'J t
Mrs Carolyn Redgrave and family. good horsemanship. Cliff and Mike! then chiropractic I.
I' \'id Long of Coral Springs''visited Their mother Mrs. Claire Brunetti, may help you. headaches t
bin ;mother !Mrs. M.J. Long last Mrs John Stringer and daughter of was the efficient announcer for this disc problems, arm and c' t
Pleasant Hill'N.C.. are 'visiting her. shoulder, and back "
Kriclu.y and Saturday event condition
parestst|,.Ml, ,and.Mra.iMillard, Judd, ) are just some-o. the F1 ridaBank. : I
!\Ir. and Mrs. Beemer' 'Mrs."", this week, Fiddler On The Roof conditions ,has helped. It ,

L.ll?/Jennings. Mrs. Lex Green and,' Among those from. this area may 'be your answer to
:.Mm. Cecelia Ter"'illegar"celebrated"Irll. Mrs, Ewell Lawson wither last participating the Middle and High better health. Compliments Starke ,
:\ Tcrwlllegar's birthday Saturday Wednesday to Sunday son School Chorus presentation on June 1 of DIH R.E. Dopton.
with dinner, al the Yearling. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Chiropractor, .Starke. Call -
Lawson at Fort Walton and attended '64-WI8..
Sunday night dinner guests of Mr. thegraduatlQll9f"Cherie Lawson from Jefferson at Clark Street, "'

und !Mrs. Drew Reddish were Mr and ,. high school.: Starke, 'Florida 32091
:Mrs, Ilex Mixon of Jacksonville Mr. ,
und Mrs. W.R. Royster and family of, Miss Jennifer Haas spent the
:North' Augusta. S.C.,Airs. Mamie Lot|, weekend In Valdosta Ga., where she
Kdwards: of Starke'' and Mrs. Jean, was bridesmaid In the Tlllman-
Itathcl and family of Salisbury, Md. Marcrum wedding at Lee Street I
BapltstC)arch on Saturday, May 27 \

!Mrs. Pearl Simpson 'of. Hialeah < "
visited Nelma and Carolyn Keen Attending a picnic: Sunday at Steve
xcverahdays; last week. i ii Denmark., home on.Kingsley Lake'
j| were: Mr. and,.Mrs. S.G. Denmark. .., ,
Mrdrand'Mr'sl.loyd4Andensen{, sly Dora' Gl I saoq and Mr.nd\ Mrs., Ask "
v'a '
:Nuple' wUa."belo.ll\leslAldurlng'. ',.th e.. [ le' Sanderson ,IIndrodauihterll.of 1-1. .
'::11Mvr /', '!,'
f aJNhit.ehlHld.IIfiIA1 ...
wcoMntttdtolMncliUaMin I flMn.t '- u h .
>Haray>|Ill > uvmrt --
u vnrmr
1' It "
ad "
AlOOty. ,,,1 c.-li '/IS.r rlf/ sons Stove and :Scot t.'of Keystone .Ctiarler dI"' / 1 1I. ; _$ 'd Ii
Heights and Dr. and Mrs. Steve.
,,\I. T'rf: : '
Becket and family and Mr. and Mrs. ( M : JUNE 1thr.
Mr: and Mrs. R.O.: Dansby Visited E. r -
''John Mussoline
family of !
:Mr. and Mrs. Roy Andrews. In Jack. Palatka : -
sonville on Sunday. ,

Misses Jennifer Haas and Barbara Johns II
Mrs. Lila
Caldwell has
moved from'her ;
the weekend at
spent Jekyll
home on Raiford Road to ari'
Island visiting Miss Paula Patten.
npurtment at the home; of her About '
daughter Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn, This Question
Mr. and Mrs. 'Gary Bakken and

Mr: and Mrs. P.D. Loudon of Monty Bailey of Goldsboro N.C; arespendil1f "The rapid Increase In / /4//"
Tampa spent the weekend with. Mr., two weeks with Mr. and. robbery and 'I 1
and Mrs. W.T: Jackson. 'Sr. and ;,Bakken and family ,. .
and Mr. and makes me worried a. ,
family Mrs.A.G. Loudon. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Welch and about my stamp and 'I () ,

Mrs. F.j. Shaw'spent last* Wednesday -, family of Savannah Ga. spent the coin collection. My'' "
,|to Saturday with her son-in-law. weekend with her parents, Dr. and Homeowner Policy

and daughter, Mr. and Mrs ,Ovid,,, MI'!..O.L.: Haynes! Jr. doesn't begin to cover

Bennett .in.Jacksonvllle. Mr. and Mrs. 'Win/red Hazen of the values. Can the,. ( )

Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin were in Gainesville visited! Mr, and Mrs. M.F. Charley E. John :

Miami on .business Sunday and Hazen, on Sunday, Agency supply 'all risk'

Monday. insurance to the'fidi .
and cover "
Mr. Mrs. Robert W. McAteer of ,
Mr. and Mrs. George Hugglns t Cairo Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Marty S. value of these rare --

last Thursday and Friday with their I McAteer of Hayward Cal. .and stamps and coins?"
son-in-law and daughter Mr. and families and Mrs. Fred Field of
Mrs.. Oler, Crosby and daughter In Tampaare guests of Mr., and Mrs. '. ,
George W Flynn Jr. at Kingsley
KortjMyers., ,, I
Lake for several days. Charley E. > ,
Mr; and Mrs, Rufus Alvarez, and
Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Baldwin and' Mrs.. Gladys Weldon attended the JOHNS AGENCXI
daughter,'Kellle, were in Atlanta last graduation of her two granddaughtersthe
Friday night ;to attend the wedding,of past week Elana Weldon 1i
their son and brother, Panie.; )Alvarez. 'graduated May 30 from Bushnell High 131 S. WALNUT STV.
to Marilou Minior. "< School and Sherill) Ann Weldon
graduated from Bolles High School on PHONE 964-5070! .
Misses Claire Turner\ and .Judy ''June 3. I I '

Williams spent the,i weekend in'

Atlanta touring points.of-Interest jtae-, ,
luding Six Flags ,Over,.Georgia and -..- "
Stone Mountain. ,. i, .-- ----------- ."
George Sanders and, daughter, -- .. "

Sharon, of, "Wytheyllle. ....va. are ____ .-
spending two J;,weeks,jyJth,.. .Ir. and 1 ,

Mrs. .Guy :Andrews.,, n' 'W' Anniversary ;t? ,. '.\Aj.!,'! >,;1,8 1! cubic*;, -i- 'sr' .\ :i:1.:;:,'

The seventh grade class: of'st. Johns f, "' '. v 'inch engine ''t"

Country Day School had an "end of Sale ,'1,)
chool" picnic: and swim part at the I. :' ."10" gui e.bar': '
Frank; Palmers at! Klrigsier.Lake! on
l J
Monday .- and chain \\$7995
,'til l _II ., .
Rev. George'Harper*iWA Mr. 'and e Automatlc"andmanual > ,

Mrs.. George Iluggln .aateU. ,ed the 24x69 Bath '24x50 ,
Florida Annual Conferenceriin Lake 381'.2 oiling '
land 3 Br2 '. I ,, ) ... /"
May 30 June 2.11'11I. Shingle Roof Wood Siding. All Electric : r
Wraparound Chain /
Circle Kitchen: Furnished Carpet FarrIIx..f':! m. Bath .. ,1'1 <
UMMVaUendjmtha 25th Brake/Hand Guard .' '
Among f'SI,350' :
15,695 .
state convention or the Square and F/
Round Dance1'Association Orlando .. .. .- safety feature ._. ._ v.

Friday to Monday, May.2e-29, were 12x65 { 24x80 I
Mr.. nd Mrs. Mac aWIII'Mr.' and e Many other McCULLOCH "
; Beamed .. .
Furnished Great Cathedral! Celling ,
Mrs Larry Bruner.'Mrvand' Mrs.Jim 3 Br f Bath & X Fully 'I'
Duncan Mr. and Mr*.'Hank Kyle Mr. Carpet Throughout; ., 1 Fully Furnished. \ Deluxe Carpet. .: fjj. pro features WITH CHAIN BRAKE : ::'
and Wrs. Al Carlisle; Col, and.Mr*. I '3 -: Kett' rnt" 1 '

H.M.. Hatcher. Mr., s 4,.Mri. John ,7950. c 1 {JIG.900 Jr'
Greene, Mr. and Mrs.Jerry PetreUa.-

Mrs.Mr. i and Jim Mr,Reddish.. Gib,>Brown Rev v,and Mr.Mrs.and Several Other'i Double Widas To Choose From -_, : :
I II I""""'"
Denmark'Norman Redding. Mrs. ,Rose Mr.-and Padgett'Mr**.> S.G.Mr. Large Selection Of 12's''S 5995& 14's Wldes Beginning,At. _I 'iJiJJHllJuilluuniitiiiivI4J!

and Mrs. Melvin Prevail Mr. and '
Mrs. Richard Welter! Mr. and Mr*. : .Mon-Wed 9-8 Thurs
1 Starke Hone'Corotr ,
Gareth Jones' and Mrs. and Mrs. t centers
Morris William;',Mrs. Dorothy 964-8741 y Sunday 12-6 f''JrM

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The novice Jogger probably thinks The 10 boy runners averaged 21
SSuceC44The that his two or three miles a day Is miles apiece for the race, and the 10
"Through for now"and"I mutt push on" could well be the thoughts ol theiewo grueling, but the Bradford County girl runners ran 17 miles apiece. The .. _
future belongsto ( Roadrunner girl marathoners. Roadrunners Club accomplished a Boys got about an hour rest period between t r *
those who now feat over Memorial Day weekend that each mile, and the girls could
strive to achieve. ,\II.rnotl'll would test even the best of runners rest for an hour and 20 minutes
i nUlln..rsln\Iarathon..rP: : Frankie Sheffield 11 The Roadrunners headed by Bradford Coach Loper said that most of the a
Huts Age Anthony Williams 12' Middle School Coach George runners were up talking during the
Richard Bjdillo 13 Lionel Grlffi r' ,. 13" taper, ran a 24.hour marathon from rest periods until about 11 p.m. As the
I Johnny lljdillo 15 John Francis -4 101 I 4'1J Friday to 4:15: Saturday at the night wore on.though,talking became
Blalock's Allen Davis '.11 171.. ., Middle School track with state, leas frequent and resting took up more
:Martella Moore 11 .. county, and regional! records being' of the runners' time.In .
t Meat net the early morning hours the
Donald Glssy 13 Age'Mesia :
Tim Gonzales; 11 Girls Ten boy runners'and four runners would take about a half lap to
Market Sheffield 13 In from 9 to wake and realize that d
C'harleliMarlin *13 alternates ranging age up they were
Kenny LeNeuve 13 Becky Cooney 13 13,combined to pump out 209 miles In running again. Showers Inbetweenraces ';4i
I 964-6725 Kenny CJriffis 13 I.y nnl.uper 14 the 24 hours.This broke their old state helped somewhat, but parent
i 216 E.'Washington Allen Gun; zalea 9 Bilrbl Newport 11 and county record for middle school and helpers had to work hard to get
Starke Ihane Crass lord 12"Vmllla and junior high school boys, of 187 the runners awake. As would be "r.C
r, K.Ayer 12 miles set in 1970. expected, times were slower duringthe
I 1 Susan Silpp 13 The Roadrunner Klrls. 11 to 15 years early morning.
"urn lIa\\kin!! 11 old were the first girls of any age to Coach Loper said that two factors
ELLr LULL Sadie MeDuf lie 11 run this type of event In the Southeast, made the exhausting race a little
SUllY Newport 13 and their total of 169 miles established easier. The middle school track Is
county, state and regional records. grass, and a grass surface helps
\It..rnol. Runner number one ran one mile, soften the Impact on the runner's feet..
Ann l.opl'r 11 with number two taking over'after Also,Saturday was a cloudy,overcast
Vickie Shl'Hleld: 15 that, until all 10 runners had day,and the runners'energy loss was
UNCLE JOHN'S Beth Francis 12IAJut.tteSmlth mile r
completed apiece. The cycle lessened. -
'4 would repeat Itself after this with The Marathon was the culmination ,
alternates filling If cramps or other of the year in distance races for the
problems developed. Roadrunners, a distance oriented
club. The race Is not run every year _
because It is so demanding on runners
OLD FASHION Dwight Slater's in this age group. Coach Loper says
that this type of race is probably more
SANDWICH SHOPPE Food ScatOpen grueling than a race like the Bostor This Marathon runner takes a well-,
& Marathon because of the sleep factor. deserved rest on the nearest leaning
e REUBEN TURKEY BREAST A hot meal and lots of sleep was the pole after completing mile.
u.s. 301 S. recovery therapy for most of tht.
PASTRAMI CAMEL RIDERSSUBMARINES 7 AM: -12PM. A Walnut St. runners, with some of them sleepinguntil
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Njpw River Still Has Hampton CJan't Gain Ground in June Men's*,ma &fiball Pap1A .

Shot At 1st ': ":" : '' '; Hampton continued to applY,,p McDonald's II-Poor Boys I Brown had three hits for the action Wednesday May 31,:' ,
; treasure, but McDonald' remaineffin McDonald's continued their power winner in the ame.Tommy Reddish Jim Lewis. racked : ,. ':'" ,,\ first place a* both teams went 1-0 hitting attack In Men's Open League stroked two hits, one of them a homerfor three at.bats for the winners and Johr I
for the week In Men's Open League softball Monday as they handed the the Poor Boy and Buddy Paterson Ramsey banged two hits Including an
Going Into the last week of the Softball. sponsored by the Starke Lawtey Poor Boys an "-> defeat. and Jackson Prevail added two hits inside-fhe-park hom, run. Other t
season, In Men's Church League Soft Recreation: Department. behind three home runs each. t i
standouts In attack
Hampton's 12 hit
ball, Madison St. Baptist has a solid Scheduled Games: Wednesday, Danny McKinney had a home run. LWCI was led by Melvin Shannonand Included Ricky Bennett with two base
hold on first place, but New River Is e June 7 Lake Butler vs. Lawtey. '' double, and a single Dale Haas had a Cecil Evans. Shannon tripled and hits and Donny Win with a double and .
still mathematically In the race. McDonald's vs. Hampton; Monday single and a home run. and Randall doubled while Evans doubled and triple. ,
New River: went 2-0 this week to June 12 McDonald's vs. Lake Thomas laced a home run and a single singled '
gain a game on Madison St. ((1-0)) If Butter, Hampton vs. LWCI. for McDonald's Hampton 11-Lake Butler The Merchants managed only three I'
Madison St wins Just one of their Current standings: McDonald's 101. Johnny Powell went 3-for-3 with two Hampton pounded the Lake Butler hits all singles, off of Hampton
remaining two games they have won Hampton 103.< LWCI 58. Lawtey doubles and a single, and Fred Merchants 12-0 In Men's Open Softball pitcher Dwight Elder.STARKE .
the title But if Brooker beats them Wheeler
Poor Boys 4-4, Lake Butler Merchants rapped two singles In three i.
tonight,and New River can beat them 012. trips to the plate Greg Moyer also
In the final game of the season along had a double and a single for the
with defeating P'lr.tBaptist tonight LWCI 12-Lake Butler winners
then New River and Madison St. Michael Klauder Cecil Evans, Lawtey could F111O. 1
manage only three
would end the season with Identical Larry Lee and Jerome Williams all hits off of McDonald's pitcher Fred
10.2 records. \ went 340r4 to lead LWCI to a 12"win Wheeler, with Jackson Prevatt
Scheduled Games: Thursday June over Lake Butler's Merchants in Bobby Smith collecting singles, and and '964-8436 US 301 N Starke. Fla 964-6436
8 Brooker vs. Madison St., New Men's Open League Softball Monday, first baseman Johnny Brown
River vs Fist Baptist; Tuesday. June "' June 5.Klauder. knocking a double.LawteYP.BII. 1 A
13- Hope vs. Brooker New River had two tingles and a
Madison StCurrent This Brooker Baptist batter lake double, Evans laced three doubles, TIRES t"
Standings: Madison St 100. off I..t. alter lacing a ground ball Lee had two singles and a double I_LWCI 10
New River 8.2, Pine Level 7-5 First against New River. and Williams lashed three Iingies.LWCI's Doug Jones doubled In the winning First Quality No Blems or Seconds It
Baptist 63, Brooker 3-7. Hope 3.8, big seven-run first Inning run with two outs In the bottom of the i'MULTIMILE. Free Mounting .
Kingsley Lake Ml Madison St. 8-Pine Levels proved to be the difference, with seventh Inning to give Lawtey's Poor'Boya Compare Our Price
Evans, Lee, Williams, Eugene
an 11-10 victory Road Hazard Quarantea
Madison St. Baptist exploded for over Lawtey 7543
Scow River 3-Klngnley Lake 2 five runs in the sixth inning to hand ,Thomas,Klauder RBIs. and Leroy McCray Correctional In Men's open softball I 'i!; Ply Poly/ sn tf88
Bill Burgin led off the eighth collecting Wednesday, May 31.
Inning .
Pine Level an 8 5 loss In Men a Church Lake Butler hitters led by Wh4.W.WPluapET'
with the game's only extra base hit a League softball Friday. June 2. were LWCI led 10.81101"" to the bottom of
leadoff man Daniel Thomas, 3-for-4
double and scored the winning run the last before the Poor
Wayne Teston led off the winners'big Boys scored
two errors Uteri as New River edged inning with a deep home run. The Jerry with Howe.2-for-4 and a with double two,singles pitcher twice to tie it. With two outs. Jones OTHER SIZES COMPARABLE LOW PRICEDora14 it
Kingsley Lake 3-2 In Men's Church doubled In Johnny Brown
heat stayed on Pine Level pitcher and third baseman Polhill, who had, give the
League softball Tuesday. June 8. Steve Thomas with singles by David Poor Boys the win In the battle of
three singles four trips to the plate.
New River had scored two In the Thigpen, Lamar Williams,and Calvin Lawtey teams.
first inning behind three consecutive Pace and a double by Gary Grable ........ .... .............
singles by AI Waddell, Dewitt Griffis, producing four more runs. J78.15
and Stephen Wright. > Greg Alvarez also had a good nightat SoftballNews Pop Warner 14 H78-.142
Kingsley( Lake got seven singles for the plate for the winners, going 2- F78.14 25 OTB- :

the game"off'" ,of'New- ""River'. pitcher AI for-3 with a triple and a single. Waters Bulldozing grabbed second RegistrationBradford H78-15 i
Waddell: Pine Level was led by Richard
place with shortstop Tommy Wise Plus FET Plu. FET Plus FE1
Miiner, 3-for with three singles, and getting the Most Valuable Player
Pine Level:21-Hope.14 Doug Mains, who laced a home run In award In a 14 team double elimination County's Pop I Warner
In Tuesday night's second Men'sChurch three trips. slow pitch softball tourney In Football program Is holding registration \'
League game. Pine Level got to sign up players and cheer
Macclenny this weekend June 2-
hits from every man who played in the New River. 22-Brooker S 4. past leaders for Its summer program.A AR7813BR7813$34 R78.14 JR78.15 \
game and defeated Hope 24.14. New River opened hot with nine Two other area teams'competed in second registration for the area BS R78.16 ; 1 1I
drew teams will be held June 488 "g8HR78.1
Doug Mains a full house at the Saturday la
runs In the first inning and coasted to the tournament sponsored by the
plate for Pine Level, lacing three from 10 a.m. to 4 pm. In front of the 15
22-5 Brooker Merchants team. Rain = Plus
a victory over Baptist InMen's Macclenny Plus FET
triples and two doubles In five trips T.G. & Y. store on US-301. The first #
Church League softball Friday, Soft finished sixth and Lawtey's Poor
Steve Thomas also had a perfect and did registration was last Saturday. I I'y
June 2.Billy Boys played only two .
night, going for-4 with two singles a Williams had not Boys and girls aged eight to 13 will 5. :
a perfect night place.
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triple. With Purchase Of Tires
for the winners, getting a single a Waters shortstop Wise':was cited
Other Pine Level hitters were Mark double and a home run in three trips. for team leadership sportsmanshipand squads. Program leaders say
Price. 3-for-3, with two singles and a they hope to have four Bradford M14,Wnat White Spoke
Dewitt Griffis was also perfect at the excellence In the field and at the COMPUTER
double Lyn Broome, with two singles plate knocking a home run and three plate. Wise commented that it "must teams this year. $2288' t
and a triple in five trips Bruce singles In four at-bats. nave' been those red shoe-strings" BALANCING .1200 WHEELS
Jackson with two triples and a singleIn Calvin Varnes had the third homerof that brought him luck.Statistics show for the 13x8
his first three times up and the night for New River along witha that it was more than just luck that Recreation Starke i.1
Richard Milner who ripped a triple single In 2-for-4 hitting There were, earned Wise the award. The hustling Youth Department's Summer
Program will be this Mondayand
and a single. others who stayed with the Rod Carew shortstop hit at a .682 clip in the, Charge tm'' For Your Convenience
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a single as Wayne Blankenship. Allen for-4 with two singles Jimmie .w
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Franklin ,Nazworth, both with two trips, and Stephen Wright, who laceda Dominos, led by' owner- :
doubles and a single, Doley Hersey 3- double in four trips. manager Don "Poppy Bagwell, took,
for-4 with three singles, and Glen Clinton Sellers had the only extra- third place In an invitational slow- I
Gnann and Duane Searly, who pitch Softball tournament this past
base;; hit for Brooker, a triple in the
collected two'singles, apiece. fifth weekend, June 2 and 3, 1D Brooker.

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L.Gold's 2-0 Week 1st; Pirates Win, Two __ Ana"r Kevitone's Post 202 American N.: n'I
Legion. baseball team crushed J i. "Ir'
t.- Hendrtck's. Avenue Baptist of :M!',
Brown who had two singles' in four Scheduled Games: Thursday.. June Jacksonville 1M. Tuesday June 8, to "I i a>
i 8_ Giants 'vs.' Pirate**Lawtey Blue close out a 1-2 week. '
American Bravea were paced by Anthony vs. Dodgers; Tuesday: June 13 The Kit team opened'ieague play n''I> : 1
I ....... Miller, S-for-4 with a double and two Dodgers vs, Giants, Lawtey Blue vs. t tS'r last Saturday June 3. wlUt'a pair of !<,,., ..1>
losses to fevor- "
I ,1 1( n 'Itv.- tingles and Kenny Dewltt who had Pirates. heartbreaking league -* 1
,,'. three singles In three official at-bata. Current Standings Giant 3-0, Ite DeLand. The area, club came out Ill. ',
fltftotey Cold went 2-0 for the week Pirates 2-3. Lawtey Blue 2-3 Dodgers on the short end of two close games, .'f i
'fcnd'grabbed a strong hold on first Met -Braves* 14. losing 5-2 and 32. .
In Dixie Youth American Brothers Kenny and Tony Davis In the win over the Itendrlcks Ave. "
plate League baseball for the second half. both stole their way around the PlrateaZZDodeen'The Church team the bat of Keith North it: ..>
4 The for second Is closer, with basepath In the bottom of the sixth Pirates' bats have awakened, rup and the arm of Toby Dillow helped I h -:"
1 '1hfH teams sporting Identical 2-3 inning to score the tying and winning as evidenced by a 22-9 victory over the earn tho win. Northrup rapped two 1 n/.t:
I records: runs as the Mets took a 6-8 win over Dodgers in Dixie Youth National single In five trips and knocked ininf I "
> Scheduled Games: Wednesday' the Braves In Dixie Youth American League baseball Tuesday, June 6. two runs Dillow continued his zlt.'
1 Jdhel7' -Angels vs. Braves, Meta Vs.La League baseball Friday, June 2. Darrln Hardce had a triple and a excellent Legion pitching, throwing, u''
*tey- Gold (U.; Monday June Kenny laced a single to drive In home run for the winners, and Hubert five Innings of shutout ball, allowing )S" .J
I who had doubled, with doubles. hits and striking out '- '""
'11J: -Angels vs. Melt, Brave vs. Jimmy Schoenlng Carver went 2-for-4 two lust two five '
'UKrtey Gold vs. Braves. and then stole second: ,third,and hometo Barry Warren also had a double and a balter..
'Current Standings: Lawtey Gold 4'I'AlllleI123 the tying run. After a and Randall Wheeler added a Starke's "Dinky" Kilby and Union n" "
score .
Brave 2-3, Mets 2-3. strikeout, Tony then walked and dole for the Pirates, who have now Ilvf, County's Tommy Honour added base I' '
'f'; j i iI" followed his brother's act by stealing won two In a row hits to the 10 hit Keystone attack. .1 r/
Angels 19-MtU S all three bases and, scoring the Vince Culverson! and Brad Brown
The Angels scored nine runs In the winning run. had tripled for the Dodgers ,
fourth*Inning to grab a 10-8 come- For the Braves,John David Francis The losses to tough Deland opened i.! '" < ,
'from-behind victory over the Meta In had a triple and a single,and Anthony Giant tl Lawtey Blue 10 Post 202's Northern Florida league -in:i c
Dixie Youth American League Miller and Kenny DeWItt laced The Giants scored four runs In the -.- -- i t i. r play. '
baseball Monday, June 5. singles. last half of the sixth inning to score a Brdwn swipes third In his team's 16-10 Dixie Youth l' _
started the tough 11-10 win over Lawtey Blue In Lawtey Gold'Irltld post 202) play the Hendrick'sAvenue '- "
..i,.>Angela Six consecutive' big Inning men off by reaching L.Simmons Gold 16-cracked Angels home Ie runs Dixie Youth National League baseball baseball win over, ,U d Angels, Thursday, June 1. Baptist 'team' again Friday!i /I r.1

-i..baseUaafely. with singles by Sam Bruce field In his first two at Tuesday, June 6. June 9. '
out of Pratt winning run scored when Ron went,2 for-3 with two ,
Edmondson >
Grlffls]: Tom Watson, and Danny Gold to a 16-10 win The
the After two bats to lead Lawtey Edmondson's double brought home The Giant .,were issued 16'L' .
Jordan i leading way. in Dixie Youth singles. E E E =t
the Angels had walked. -;;;": -
balls. Tudy over Mike Waters, who walks. '
men'went down on fly "
11 'O'Neal ,ripped a triple, knocking in American, League play Thursday Edmondson also added three singlesin For the Dodge Vince Culverson VW Vm c 0 i1'O'
,twoo more runs. Griffis then had June 1.Simmona aided teammate his perfect: 4-for-4 night. Andy Chaff lashed a home run and a double and
another single, driving In O'Neal, and Gerald Brown was In the win.by Brown had a and Gary Tyson rapped two singles Clyde Sumner added another home 138 East Call St.Starkes Own Bakery 964-5890
Timmy Harper close out the Angels double and single and scored three apiece In the game. run.
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Donald Thornton perfect Doz.
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doublee''and a., single In four trips, and Marty four singles Williams Darrin Hardee, National League
Harper Anthony
Timmy and
Jimmy Schoening and Kevin Johns Angels. for the losers Lamar Crews Sean home run leader, crushed a fastball
went 2forwith two singles) and Irons added laced threee singles apiece for the out of the park for a grand slam
Doug Samon collected a double and a Robinson also had two singles homer that propelled the Pirates to As Is nu
I single In four trips to the plate. NationalThe plue Jays. their first wi of the second half, a 10-9 Grad Cakes ,
victory over Lawtey Blue on j
.. Andy Chaff rapped two singles anda rhursday, June 1. New Store Hours Tues-Sat ft'30 A M -6 PM Closed Sun-Mon
LawteyGotdl8rav"7 .. 1IL" v-'" double while going 3-for-4 and Ron t.t.

Bruce Simmons hit a two-run homer .
In the top half of the seventh, and then Giants got a scare ""
II mowed down the Braves 1-2-3 In the remained undefeated and the Plra ,
bottom half as Lawtey Gold took a 9-7 notched their first two wins of
''I I win over the Braves in Dixie Youth second half in Dixie Youth Natlo
American League baseball Monday, League baseball this week.GlanllitDodaena. FOOD 'We'' f.t ,
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also had a triple In the The Giants continued their > -
game, and was backed by Sam beaten ways as they used nine hits ,great : V.--- '
or-4 with two singles and a .
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double Paul Smith, who knocked a Youth National l League baseb FAIR : when
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,i t ,J AHORSE SHOW Bradford County .Hospital;" .nd ;1 _l s; Daddy o'. High Spof.irbara .M1 ....eA. ,
discharged Monday In satisfactory Cordon.
'from condition. Her lather rode her horse Class tea Jr. Weslera Horse* t :
page 1 In the other events that ant had signed Asashhis Pam Ruff Diamond Girt; Olympians MerchantsO
up for. Andy McCoy, Pepper; Dolly Hlggln- ,
hone la Judged at a walk, trot, and Riders and horse !in the order of bloom Sweet William; SusanNaValanl e
lope on a reasonably loose rein. their finish ,, Pistol Zanatan; Mark
In Western Horsemanship, riders Class number ..... Halter Marest Curtis Amigo for Week s.;
are judged on their basic position In Candy Belinda Mellon; Bo's Blue Class II, 8r. Western Horse* ,
the saddle, position and use of the Belle. Ton! Mills; Sam. Paula,, Kay ,faaasalpt Ton Mills, Bo's Blue Belle; : "
hands, legs,and feet,ability to control Anderson Allison Perkins, Capitol Pal; Clifford The Olympians and Merchants with ona RBI and two runs scared.
and show horse and suitability of Class two. Halter GeUlags: Brunettl. Jim Dandy Spot: Mike shared the winner's spotlight In Dixie The Sonics could manage just thre '\\1'
horse to rider. Capital Pal, Allison Per lns runettt, Super Sammy. Boys baseball this week with both singles and a double eft of Johnson, I j
. Trail Is a class that tests the Commanche, Donna McDavid;' Pal CUM 12, Jr. Trail> Beth Culler. e ;ti teams going 3-0 for the week. who had eight strikeouts. Mitch I
response of the horse and rider to Don McDavid Jr.; Jim Dandy Spot. Billy; Pam Ruff. Diamond Girl: Ken The Olympian remained tan first Williams had a double and scored the s I ,
situations that could occur in an Clifford Brunettl; Sweet William. Plemons, Daddy 0'. High .Spot; place with nine wins,one loss and two Sonics only run and Pat Southarland: >s
acutal trail riding trip. The rider first Dolly Higginbottom; Super Sammy.. Donna McDavid. Commanche. ; Dolly tiea. had two singles and the only RBI. ,
let the horse cross a wooden bridge Michael Brunettl. Hluinbottom. Sweet William, Shelly fcigni-year-oia uonna. mcuavM' ol Scheduled Games: Wednesday 1 i ,
then shakes a sack of cans near the Class three.Halter Ponlest Charlie Haley, Pepper. Brooker 'looks like a June 7 Clvltans vs. Sonlcs; Olympian*e. Ctritans r.!(.
horse' head farther up the course.> Brown Colleen McDavid; Jay Jay .Class 13.: Sr.TraU: Alison Perkins. character In her top hat as she waits Thursday June Olympians vs. The Olympians used throe hits effi ,1 t
After this the horse must back Don McDavid. ?Capitol Pal; Mike Brunetti. Super on her Appaloosa Commanche; ", Merchants; Monday. June 12 Merchant denUytoocaea66wlnoverlheCivitan I ,h.,
through an L-shaped path and then he Class four.Showmanship Pam Sammy; Cliff Brunetti, Jim Dandy *va. Sonlcs;Tuesday June 13Civltans in Dixie Boys baseball Thursday, t
must jump over a small barrier to Ruff, Diamond Girl; Belinda Melson. / vs. Olympians. June 1, at Weatsld Park. ; \
complete the Candy Beth Spot.Class Barbara Clan lllort. Boot Race: Andy Current Clayton Norman Kenny Clark, and f ,
course. ; Cantrell. Billie; Donna 14, Ope* Trail: ; Standings: Olympians 013. "
Alter a lunch break, the show con McDavid, Commanche. ;Cordon Daddy 0'. High Spot; Diane Brooks. Yellow; Shelly Raley, '< Clvltans .&-.. Merchants &-"', Randy Parado all had singles for the '! t
tinned with the speed events, Pole Class flue; Sr. 8hwmaeshl. ,.s Curtis, Miss Greco: Pam Ruff Donna Pepper McDavid; Paula Kay Anderson.'Sam-: Sonlcs 2-11. winners. Chuck Johnson went the IH';' .
Bending was the first speed class, Allison Perkins Capitol Pal; Tool Diamond Girl; Mike Brunettl Super Commanche. f"., distance on the mound allowing the 4 11-.
with the horses being ridden around Mills Bo's Biue Belle; Colleen Sammy; Don McDavid Jay Jay; McDavid Clara Y9;Balloon Race, Ponyj Don Merchant 12-Clvltana II Glutton five hits. Clark also walked t ,;,
six poles spaced 21 feet apart. The McDonald, Jan Joaquin; Michael Donna McDavid Commanche. Jay Jay.Class The Merchant' Darryl Thornton In the first taming and stole all three I } *:' .
rider tries for the fastest time possible Brunetti, Super Sammy; Clifford! Class IS, Jr. Pole Bending t Beth 24, Balloon Rare ,Horse: knuckled under when the need arose base ascots in between three strike G ',
without knocking over a pole which Brunettl.Jim Dandy Spot; Paula Kay Cutter Billy; Shelly Raley, Pepper; Andy Brooks. Yellow; Shelly Raley and halted a last inning Clvitans rallyas rotor I '
carries a five second penalty Anderson, Sam. Julie) Davis. April; Pam Ruff, Pepper; Cherl Starling Candy; Paula the Merchants scored a 12-11 win in the Clvltans, Scott Allen had t.
Alter the Cloverleaf classes which Class six. Walk and Trail. Don Diamond Girl; Donna McDavid Kay Anderson, Sam; Mike. Brunetti, Dixie Boys baseball Tuesday June. two singles in three trips, and Kevin q I
have the horses running for time McDavtd.Jay Jay; Nalanl McDonald .Brandy. Super Sammy Singles by Scott Allen and Bruce Grlffis added a triple and scared a t...
around a Cloverleaf shaped course, Charlie Brown; Kelly Curtis JeUy Class I'. Br. Pole Bending: Barb A.Sponsors* McDjvId! for.Saturday's show were: Rehberg. a double by Kenny MCNeal run. j\: ,
the fun races took over. Curtis. Wlke. Silas; Michael Brunetti, Super Farris Feed Brooker, Johnson, and ,and a home run by Scott Hudson ali, i,{
Boot Races were tint The rider Sammy; Paula Kay Anderson. Sam; and Seed Gainesville with nobody out had led to six runs In MeI' a..J-.Ift. '
must take off his boot place it at the Clan seven.. Jr.Weslera Pleasures Clifford Brunettl. Jim Dandy Spot. The Butler Rancher, Inc.-GaMavlUe;Lake the Clvitans' fourth. But Thornton Consecutive doubles and K\;, .I
end of the course,find ride his horse to Diamond Girl. Pam Ruff; Class IT, Open Pole Bending Andy and 11 Farm Center-Leke Butler SC shut the door on the next three batten leading off the fifth Inning. provlJ I: a ; ; "j I
it. He then has to put his boot back on Commanche. Donna McDavid; Sweet Brooks, Yellow; Vicky Anderson CuHtom Meats-Lake Butler with groundouts. and the Merchants the firepower for the Merchants to i} ;
and ride back to the finish line. William, Dolly Higginbottom; Pistol Candy; Barbl! Wlke Silas; Don Cash Feeds-Worthlngton had a one run victory.. take a 3-1 win over the SonIa in Dixie l :} ','
The last class of the day was the Zanotan Susan Navalany; Pepper. McDavid. Jay Jay; Donna McDavid Springs Rainbow Andrews Druga-Lake Butler Emmett Watkins had a triple for the Boys baseball Wednesday. May 31. \ ... ,'? 4
balloon race. The horses were ridden Andy McCoy; Daddy O's High Spot. Brandy. Marine-Brooker, Columbia winners and Jeff Taylor and John Darryl Thornton led off the '
to the end of a measured course,.Del Ken Plemons. Class I'. Jr. Clover Leaf: Beth' Livestock Market. -Gake City State Bennett collected doubles. Merchants fifth with a double, \ '
rider then dismounted and while Class eight. 8r. Waters Plcaswer Cutter, Billy; Shelly Raley Pepper; Feed Exchange Bank Lake City A and K Larry Long also had a home run for followed by Jeff Taylor's RBI double. n.
keeping the horse under control had Capitol Pal. Allison Perkins; Jim Pam Ruff Diamond Clri; Donna Store-Starke, Florida llydor- the Civitans. Stephen Spell then lashed a triple to
to sit on a balloon and pop It, Dandy Spot, Clifford Brunetti; Bo's) McDavtd, Brandy; Julie Davis April. carbon. John M. Riggs Jr.-Brooker, bring. Taylor horn with what proved f\\'
There was one low moment during Blue Belle, Toni Mills;Super Sammy.. CUM I'. Sr. Clover Leaf: Fault S Green Cattle Account Bullard's Olympians-Sonlcs I to bo the winning run. .
the show when junior rider Belinda Mike Brunettl; Sam Paula Kay Kay., Anderson Sam: Cliff ore1Brunetti Western Store-Lake City Gordon Air Leadoff batter Clayton Norman The Sonlcs had led 1-0 until the fifth, .
Melson was kicked by another horse Anderson. Jim Dandy Spot.. Conditioning and Heating Co.-Jr.. laced two doubles and a single and with the run coming In the first when .
while rldersand horses were lining up Class nine Open Weatcrr Clair ZOo Open Clover Leaf Shell Trail. Plggly Wiggly-Halter Class pitcher Chuck Johnson fired a four Mitch William reached on an error i ii-
.for the winners' announcement In the Pleasure: Pepper Heather Cook; Raley, Pepper; Cheri Starling Mares. Raley's Grocery-Cloverleaf hitter as the Olympians took a 13-1: moved to second on a passed ball t
showmanship class. Jet's Miss, Diane Curtis; Arapaho's Candy; Don McDavid, Jay Jay. Johnson's Feed Supply-Pole Bending.. victory over the Sonics In Dixie Boys stole third and scored on Mark '

,Miss Melson was admitted to Cocoa DonnA, Diane MrDnvM'Brown'B..;'.Commanche D..... ......,. Class: 41. Pony Boot Race Don Hair- Unlimited-Jacksonville- - baseball Norman Monday did his, job June well:9. as leadoff William'Sonic pitcher RBI aln Norman 1e. threw no- i I I >!

man. reaching base safely four times shutout baseball at the Merchant
and scoring three runs. Jahn Johnson will the big fifth. i" ,
also had a good night going for-4 I ,

FOOD FB ]Blue, Dominos First i I I "I; I ,;I

First Baptist Blue and the Dominos a double. Kathy Whitehead scored J
closed out the Women's Open-Church four run for the winner a* she
1r FAIR f Ieagueeotlball season In first place In reached base safely five time, twice I ;
their respective divisions. on singles twice on errors, and once
First Baptist Blue wound up 6-4 In on a walk. '
the church division, and the Dominos First Baptist was led by Lynn
beat the Merchants twice to end up 2-0 Pierce, Z-for-S, with a double and a ,/
In the open division. single and Debra Alvarez who I
s s : s r s 1 I s A game between St Edwards and lashed a double in the second Inning. :

the Merchants that was rained out Hope 17-First Baptist Gold
FRESH GRADE A Monday will be played tonight June 8. In a make-up game played I
CATOKADEEMONLIME DOZEN Almost Final Standings: Overall; Tuesday, June 6, Hope Baptist scored s
HUNT'S Dominos 10-0, Merchants 6-3 First 11 runs in the first InnIn and coasted
EGGS Baptist Blue 6-4, St. Edwards bbl, in with a 17-a win over First Baptist
,,. Hop 2-7-1 First Baptist Gold 1-9. Gold In Women's Open-Ctsurch solo
Church: First Baptist Blue 6-0, St. ball.li.
48ozBOTYLE KIlCHUPIf s Edwards 2-3-1, Hope 2-3-1 First batten went to the plate in
Baptist Gold 15.: Hope' big flnt, with Jan McRae
ez JAR Domino is-First Baptist Blue providing the power by lacing two
In the final game of the season for' doubles/Mary' Mersey had a double
; both, first place,teanuVJhaDomUMMtuved13 and a.uiKl',ia tbetauung.
A/rhtlMR"'r : .t".i.tNa" -" wts to score win '- '
6 9c-- A a :je over I ForFInt'BapUst.1 Gold. Cheryl ** ,
..... "/ 1114 First Baptist Blue in Women's OpeeChurch i: Godwin had a triple'and a single, J qy a
BACON la mete ofr. Softball Tuesday June d. f Candy Costello went faN with two '
A good crows was on hand for the\ singles,Helen Crosby had two singles,
game that saw the Dominos' Diane and Carolyn Sapp also collected: two
.., we. MY./IWII /IYI, Jordan go 3-for-3 with a home run and drlglu.REFERENDVM .
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tr t "" "'" -..-"'" BROOKER: NEWS + ... : J ,,,, ,,),Ji
by JeanetteprNieltIIIGII ; '" tr f

Andrews who will *erv as ,., *it UBVKU.,, ;.,?, OP TOm_'*cousin. Mr. and Mr*. Alfred m.le. as well. many greet nephew
by Elisabeth Walker Pleasant Grove president of the 401 SCHOLARSHIP:,-.fai-ol .Kt ..oll, Donaldson of Lakeland, and friend and nieces EC\ervone who knew her
....one 16.-1883 Church: Every wall elected at the, last Cindy Lynn Michelle. 8tllw.Il,,BlaitMTet8lor Mr. ,and Mrs Virgil Cardin, of misses her .terribly She was a very
Dell Chapter III OKS: : The regular Monday 7 pin. of the year held Thursday);. ., Tootaie l Tucks, Tammy Lakeland .It. wall a very enjoyable Hood friend
monthly meeting of Dell Chapter 168 rehearsal '\ ''! Mann Lisa Lynn Su *n Nnvulany.' time for everyone Ann received Mr and Mrs Prank. Tinney of
will be held Thursday June 8, In the Choir rehearsal at officer for the new ytie>are: Diana PMttlp, Terl J Mb, Kslfy many beautiful gifts for her new Gainesville visited their aunt Mrs.
Masonic Hall on Brownlee Street All 7 p.m. Prayer Harris vice: prHdnt, BiKham. Charlotte! ,, DrrtfgMat .JUnctaliodg home Saturday, May 27 Pearl Markey TiM>'sdny. May 30:
members are Invited to attend. Bible Study at 7 Green recording secretary.: KrUty Star14ni OpfbaraTetstone Mr and Mrv Allen Green and two
Hunter, corresponding Deeoa !.jlfewer, SAFETY PATROL:
The Bradford children of Wildwood visited their
County Branch a.m.Free Randy David Donna 'r USa Lynn Penny Jekab. Rickl
treasurer Hampton Mpfiavtd
NAACP Canaan Mildred Green
: will hold Its mother Mrs. Tuesday
regular meeting Andrew council Debbie Fierce. ('Uflrrl*. Michelle Sttlweli. Carol
delegate. Parried AudjrM .
, at Mt. Plsgah AME Church Lincoln Christ: Each : : t ."' Elaine May 30: They also visited their aunt.
/ Teuton Teresa
f aseIt ( ,
Stilwell, program Tammy ThompsIls3Papt'Wi911tam,
J. City. All members and Interested Band Meeting. : Martin Hunter, Prlsciua Wflckk Julie '!' Snrllng! Karen Davis. Kim Carroll Mrs. Pearl Markey'
reporter, porttin ,
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citizens are invited. The .m. Tarrying I. y Mr. and Mrs Paul Present and
membership r Prlacilla Suzanne Oval, Deanmt Cindy Lynn, Tammy Mann, Debbie "
'4: chapllan Depr,;1lUNln'
drive la in oam. Morning Johnny recently' visited their cousin-
progress. "
leader Sabrina : Polk.. Debbie Phillips Susie Welch.
! Plans are in the making for the Evening Worship : song Tammy Mann Starling btarilpq.,, }rianul.p Don Green. Mr and Mrs' Paul( Bailey at their'
Susie Welch roll ..
annual banquet to be held in August. Ebexener ; clerk. .. home near Planl City who held open
Each member I Is asked to please L.R. Davis will Fusaell.and Donna special activities PeresSandra Green l\Uk."valliny. 1 Mrs. Ada Robinson of Lakeland, a house on, their !5<>th golden wedding
cooperate with activity The help of Grove Park, 1 Fla. activities, chairman.McDavid Mike Stllwell, Snra Crew.1' Scott native of Bradford County and anniversary. Ui was a. very happy
all 1s needed Baptist Church. Douglas. Greg ftafttoe. LorteeSllliin .;' formerly a resident of Brooker occasion and everyone wished them
Antioch members to P.T.A. MEETING Angle Starling Kathy Jones'Phyllis- panned in many more While there they visited
Missionary Baptist away recently a Winter
Church Thursday 7 p.m. Prayer activity. Each of new officers of the Lamb Brian. < Kendrick > Craig' i: Haven Hospital l. Her funeral was held I\1ra. Ruby Willidms, They also
Meeting and business meeting. Class Thursday, :: place on Tuesday MaY'30, Brigham, Dmnne 'iKtuiantn-HKnnrt, In Mt Tabor Baptist Church with traveled< to Liikvland to visit Mrs
meeting held at Brooker Tucker Jenny Court ..
Meeting All frvroffn. THK Prescolt'8 relatives
Sunday School 10 a. burial In Mt Tabor
m. Morning Cemetery
School Officer who P.E. AWARDS'
will 197&
attend the Bible
it Th Choir Lakeland. Rrookrr ChurchA
Worship a.m. will sing at llupifst
Gainesville June the coming year are: Rev, AWARDS: Debbie Phillip,
Starke Nursing Home at 2 p.m. Local survivors include 3 sisters film "The Kevelation"will be
noon at Countryman president Jim Lynn Susan Navalany. RIC'J Harris Mr. Nellie C'OIIIrs! shown SUnc"l tune '
Evening Worship. Gertie Jones \ II at? 30 pm at
vice president, W.M Lisa Lynn, Elaine:
Church of Cod In Christ: Tuesday Eight persons TffsK na. Penny and Mrs Ala !Mae Kjiulerson all of Brooker Baptist Church
Bible Band was held. The District been asked to teach treasurer. and Ann Starling Jones Jakab Michelle Stllwell: Meeting started in Gainesville willing to give

Monday, June 5, and will meet please Griffin This contact Is in p.m.'r HONOR Harris STUDENTS Stacy Parrish: KAUI.ERSOM IIOL'SK:\ .\n\n\i; : ( .
through June
10. Members
will At Least $0 or genre Crvndh and
Vacation Bible Turlington Sherrl Harrell
attend. Visitors
Greater Bethlehem are welcome.Freewill 9:30 a.m, Services & Christi Nipper, neighbors paid their rBsptwta bv Jf]
the day. Kelly'Oval. visiting and congratulating, Mi. and
Baptist Church, Each Monday 7:30: .
New Bethel Ftcr ATTENDANCE Tommy, ,Ain iin{ i :TconaIaulerw
Tiny Tot rehearsal. Tuesday 7:30 hour Bible I ell and pins : >n, Lift the l.weutl.QCJ..lr. \ new
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday Senior home. AfttTwarduftnio. of l)
Choir rehearsal at 7:3op. Saturday. Juno to: Amy Footer, Stacy guests
; m Thursday stayed for ,a fish t'rv.uu4 of town
Story Hour and The All Male Chorus Baptist Church In Duane Mott Kevin Starling guests, IncluLlt'IU'II niotlwr. Mrs, cau
am until noon. / Ronnie Scay and
will rehearse. Friday the Junior
Inez Sumner, and ::1: Kiinuttliildren,
Air Service
Chorus will rehearse. Dinner will be Brownlee Street ONLONE DAY Lynn, Bobby, ,and 4aptie[ i of
sold from the
Sunday Bradenton. also
Ann'bnwtef,, Mr, nnd
7:30: Prayer Meeting only: Darrell Polk. ?
Young Church, will be In charge Mrs.
Billy Ty on. And! i vhilOren
Saturday 6 Drawdy Michelle Stllwell, LLQ
beginning with Sunday School 9:30 pm Tammy and Dcwuynv. pf l. tktlandMARATHON .
a m Morning Worship 11 a.m. Dinner rehearse. All ( and Brian Kendrick I
12:30. League \p.m. Evening Worship asked to attend : : VOLUNTEERS:
6 pm. business meeting Dyal Mrs Lydia
church all ftBrn;( ?
Daily Vacation Bible School will run Bobby Jones Mrs Linda
June 12.16 from 6-8 p.m. Everyone!: Is present Choir No. : Juanita Stone Mrs. Jean O-'rntti I"ol't' 6)) ,
invited to attend June 10, at 6 (J.m. Mrs. Delores Drawdy Mrs
The First Born Church of The 22, ut 6 p,m. Sunday : Miss Annette Bass five to 51. 'Anyone in the. Bradford Try A
Living God: Tuesday 7:43 p.m. Morning/ Worship 11 Lee Mrs Yvonne Jetstone County School System ran< toin. but
Prayer Service. Friday 7.43; Tarrying Everyone!: Shirley Drawdv the majority of the runners arc from HALFPOUNDSuper
Services. Sunday School 1030.: !: Is invited ..: COUNCIL the middle school
Morning/ Service 11 '30 a.m. YPCW 6 Greater Allen : Practices are held tier d.<\s a week Brazier
!: Worship 7'43: p.m. Church: Sunday were presented at theMiddleSchoot'lpafilou! 'but'they 1 -
Everyone!: Is Invited. Morning Worship II and pins: Bradlee Cox are strictly. optionaK '-coaH*,'jQipcr i' .1
Ml. I'hgah A.M.F:. Church: Choir meeting Penny Jakab vice says that the dub te:designed' tmtinly' And We'll
rehearsal each third Wednesday 7:30: p.m. at the church Michelle Stllwell. for fun and he divides tJie"'ga'oup'lnlo -
p.m. Sunday service at 10 a.m. which of the district will Receiving certificates three main categories Treat You To A
will conclude services for the day. June 10, at 10 a.m. Lewis David Hamilton "Some are In It lust KIT fitness!!,
Ml.Ion A.ME. Church: Sunday to cooperate. Susan Navalany Kim some area little fat ind: went to lose FREE
School 10 a.m. Lovefeust service 11 Plans are being Starling Carl Johns. weight and others are in It Just to he (II" .
a m Communion Service 4 p.m Day program.The ,\. ...." member of something. Som httr. t. .- ,40 ,
Mt. Morlah United Methodist members to ASSISTANT: core members how up at""f'rY'meet.
Church: Rehearsal for the Children's activity. Paula Green.* but every event is optiujtul": PEP.51'COLA
Day program was held every day this Macedonia : )'Charlotte. Diana Phillip, Loper said that he! is very proud of
week. The United Methodist Women Wednesday 7:30: Douglas the kids In the club adding that most
met Monday The Children's Day Bible Study.. Sunday !: CHAMPION: Susie of them 'are In other acuvlllr': :'Jhe : "
program will be held Sunday at 7 p.m. Morning Worship ; 1st Runner-Up: Roadrunners have raced<<1 In Florida? '
Sunday Mnooi v:MI a.in. Afternoon service 4 Bradlee Cox-Pin-Pin, 2nd Runner Up: Track Club events and' ,Jbt her major I -- -r' Any Size!

meets where age group i ,I"'l I'oru: "- are

I1 I v lii A .. .. ( used.The next' major,rheet for the tint WE DARE YOU '/. POUND of Char-Broiled I

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ter 11 Coach Loper expressed, tus oppnc'iatlon Brazier Sauce On A Toasted Bun Try It And "
for 'nil (thus dnVJv'll: ( ii> Jut!
.Marathon saving! "My ilei.p< al RutltudoRoemoMrs ; {- The Pepsi's On Us!
!\ Shirley ;Newport lor
I her work as clerk of I the course :mite GOOD '" "
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1,1111 TELEGRAPH f Pap llAr

I' Mormons Hold GroundbreakingJMlTiV! I 4rJ1ld4! : ji5.4.

-+ Pine Level News \\t;;,
work habits and attitude was awardedto The Starke Branch of the Mormon -
Last month was a very exciting Teresa Bassett-Kindergarten; Church broke ground Tuesday. June
t time for the Pine Level Baptist Richard Harrison-Learning CenterI 6 In a ceremony marking the begin
Church as the work began on the new I and Joy St. John-Learning Center ning of construction of a large addition Ii'o
auditorium The month was H. to the Church building on Bessent ILLER ;LD ,

designated as "Foundation Month" Parents interested! In the 1978-79 road .
I with each Sunday having a special school term should call the church at Bottle MILWAUKEE .
significance The first Sunday of the for Information. Church members joined with.
month was "Friend Day" followed by Senior Banquet builders In the ceremony: that preceded $d66 ? 4 ,
M6ther' Day." "Youth Day and The Senior High Department had an outdoor dinner o" church $744 V t'
on the last Sunday of the month t r. "'
finally( their 1978 Senior Banquet Saturday grounds. r: I
was "Baby' Da>" at which time 39 evening.June 3. at the Kamada Inn on building was 12 Oz. Can \ : i irT
tables two years and under were Beach. The present "
St. Augustine
honored. for the banquet was "ToA constructed In 1969 as the first perv t i
The theme the Starke
June began with "Senior Citizens Rose...A Tribute" The tables were manent meeting place In Gainesville\ 6 ? NATORAL UD rT '
Day" lust Sunday. All those over 60 decorated with live roses in white bud Branch that has been t ,, ( ij'iC' ;

>earl of age were honored and a meal vases and the head table had a largecenterpiece since 1949. 12 oz, Q .
l was .served to them following themorning of live red and white roses s7a4 Can ''no.. '1' '

service Next Sunday. June with red candles. All the girls were The addition will almost triple the ,r,_?? I:.. I .
ti will be "Graduate Day." and the given a single rose as they arrived. size of the building and will include a r 120z, Can ,. $722 r }
church will honor all 1978 graduate, and over seventy live roses were used cultural hall a library a Baptismal f Ii J

foundation to be poured throughout the banquet room. Font a Relief Society room and addedclassrooms .,
The footer has been dug. loads of The program began with some Starke i t. J
dirt have been moved In. the remarks by the youth Church leaders and builders break ground en the addition to the I 1 1CUTTY
plumbing has been laid and Inspected. director. Don llallgren. and music by The Starke Branch of the Church of Branch !Mormon Church on Bellent Road. Pictured from left to right Tlllman.are I

and this u.ek the floor should be Clyde Burns from Sarasota Latter Day Saints number about 220 Architect Craig Salley AtA Calnnvllle State President President Chester Winston > IKvJuVSAW
114 lured. The meal consisted of tossed salad. members. Starke Branch Councillor Julian Dobbs Starke Branch 4
Free Shad Yvar Completed roast beef baked potatoes green Barber,Starke Branch Councillor: William R.Watson,Sr. and Project Man.gerJo : j
The Starke Christian Schools beans, rolls and parfalt. After the William of the Richard Walker Construction Company. SARK

completed Its tired! year with anAwards meal the seniors' last will and I
"'ellowshipIonda: evening. testaments were read along with First Christianby Methodist Youth *-- .-' -.., 'P
The M/hoo/ had a tremendous year some humorous stories about some of $7335Th.GILBEY .
with seventy students enrolled the seniors, On display were picturesof ArletteLov'. "
Special awards were presented to the seniors In the first grade and the The May hymnal drive at the First DAY IN THE OLD WEST. youth participated: In a Bible 'study :

Marty: \ Dudding.!> Howdy Waters and twelfth grade.; Christian Church has been an Preparing for a night's camp out,the lesson on the Book of Ruth. June !
Perfect Attendance: overwhelming success. began unloading a van' Back to The Alley. On 15%
:\ junior youth
Lisa to Donna the Cecil GIN ;
:Most .1thletic Greg Alvarez and Awards were presented Most and pickup truck load of bedrolls and 4. the Senior Youth went
Thornton and Mike t The Christian Women'sGroup Field Bowling Alley. Forming four
Faulkner Young last :
Onlfis. at Juniper Springs
Tyffany average forindividual (Dedicated Harry and spongers of the drive,. has '. gear teams, the youth enjoyed the after. 7'f \
Highest percent for Best Sense of of Friday evening. with the following Gin : It
Learning Crystal received almost double the goal noon of bowling 8A7
In and counselors got
nubjects! Athletic went to The 20 youth up : t
'enter I 1': Math- Richard Harrison- Humor; Most Richard contributions that were anticipated.Only early Saturday morning and saddled results: 5Th. ,!
CockleyIIT Suzanne Thornton and three hymnals remain to be Gun Team 1: Greg Thornton, Stephen
Studies-Hand to Six Territoryand
IlK, Social and Bobby up for a Journey Denton.
Sherrl Norman for forty new Todd Denton and Don
Jackson. Milner: : In. order Little
I'rlsi-ulla purchased the old West.
English- In
:1: award for a bowled
Sclence- Stacy Sapp-93.3: :Milner received the songbooks to be placed In the church Mrs. Dot Denton Mrs. Sybil High game for the team was REUNITE-
\iiT.tt. Jones and Bobby
lling-.Blaine Thornton-100: Word Friendliest; Valerie sanctuary. In addition, the Group has Dempsey and Mrs. Rose Lancaster by Stephen Little.
sp I\uilding-Priscilla Jackson-\)7,6\) :; Smith were awarded Most Likely to ordered forty-five new hymnal Inset counselors for the following Team 2: Pat Mundorff Scott LAMBRUSCO
overall averageHandy Succeed: and Donna Thornton and so that It would be possible to updatethe were who thoroughly enjoyed the Roberts Jay Eaves and John Iap. l '
Highest\ received the award for group with Eaves bowling
Starling Jay
Cockley-Ufl. Mike: older songbooka. weekend: Tammy Dempsey Tom Denmark $ >226Th.
.Highest percent average for Best_ Christian= Testimony. Watson David Little, "Little John"Dempsey. high game. Chuck .,
Learning by The Young Women's Group has Will Team 3: Scott Polk,
individual subjects in Special music was presented Lynn Eaves Vickl Carver
\lath--Da'ld Pace-98: travels around the chosen to repair and redecorate the Jennifer Williams. Glen Polk and
who Tracie Denton.
Center II;: : Clyde Burns for Lancaster, bowling high game.
Social Studies-.loy St. John-959; country singing in churches and on restroom facilities at the church Johns, Kelly Carver, Carmen Eaves, with Scott Polk Bill Sanders i SMIRNOFF
KntClishDenise: ('onnell-93.3;; radio and television.A its June project. Various) men In the Marla Darley, Kristy Johns, Tracy Team 4:: Lynn Loper,Hutson andTammy '
Grtfffs-89r8 ; challenge was given to the congregation will be asked to donate Georgia LaCain. Donna Jason Polk, Kevin VODKA
S icnecDoyce special do West, with Kevin Hutson I. ,
and time to Denton 1
Sbclling -Connie Moodv-Oii.6: Highestoverall young people by the Pastor Roman their carpentry skills Thornton, Cathy Lancaster and *
Moody93.5.The the necessary structural repairs. bowling high game. 80 '
Supl'r'lhor'sward averageConnie which was Alvarez.The Young People went on an hour Further details of the project and fund Catrell Sunday Overstreet.evening the Junior Youth Marie Polk and Randal Polk were I ,
the day.
\ be announced In keepers
official score
by the teachers to a studentin long scenic cruise down the raising activities will enjoyed the snack supper served by the was bowledby $599 at.
for the day
presented their class who best showed Intracoastal to climax the evening. the Sunday service Mrs. Mildred Harper and Mrs. Joyce High game z \
outstanding: courtesy leadership. A thank you Is being extended to all Rlherd. Following the supper theBOBEBrnfflBBBBBBBBBBBB Jay Eaves.
congregation members I
School: Set June 12-16 at Bethel supported the aluminum drive BLUE CHAPEL 1Liebfra

sponsored by the Young Women.
Bethel Baptist Church will have Call the church for more Proceeds from the May collection will Own Your Own MilchFRANZIA
vacation Bible School June 1216. from information. be used to purchase a "surprise" gift
for the sanctuary. It Is planned to MOVIE THEATER
Hlpm. .. U 3.
the gift to the church within T.p.mrfc t ol lira hundred million pcopto "
present the next three weeks. A clue to the Movl:going: .r populillonl dl Atlndnc. records con.llnlly'Heie" $166 5Th. "

gift; it has something to. do with DEVELOPMENT CORP., lh. world1 llrgait
Ie OBITUARIESHomer ] praising God.Members ....Ioper ol Indoor tr....tr., now ollw. to In* lI.n..1
of the Youth Group are public.com pl. CRUET

asked to meet at the church at 2:30 TURNKtV THBATBR OPERATION.. )
to the .Youth ( continuing f... of BOTTLE I Ir
pm. on June 10 to go wild ibioluMlir/ no ) or p |,fm.nl. any
Hally in Lake Butler. There Is no kind.

J. Hrlnson. ERNESTGARRETT of Route 1Stirke charge, but a free will offering will be MINIMUM CASH INVESTMENT$31,000THIS
Homer J. Brlnson. age 77 of Ernest Garrett 64. IS NOT A FRANCHISEFor S111 I
Route' 3, Starke Theressa( ). died in ,died Saturday, May 27, after i t taken. ( Information call Mr.W.it to( lo S P M 1.8.1.) 12.7 Oz.

I the Bradford County Hospital Monday long illness. his wife Mildrei:I Raiford Baptist.. TOLL FREE. 1-8OO-327-3625' r.
writ Including
are Bradford
night following a long Illness Survivors Mrs THET OEVELOPM: hTCORPORATION 1 :
in Bradford County. May 1. Gunter Garrett; a stepdaughter .. Bach" Florid 33444
Born Mrs tOO E l Union Blvd. Dclr.y
sister Homecoming
Starke a !
Miami In 1917 Manning ; : ackage Store
I'HM.!\ he had moved to Mary Jacksonville: Location are avall.bl In th* following areas: ,.
this area in 1054. Mr. Queen Ester Prlester will
and returned to Lemmie Garrett am I First Baptist Church of Raiford

/Hrinson had operated a for general manyveui'H Arthur two brothers Garrett, both of Jacksonville; have homecoming Sunday, June 11,, moLl ..
in Theressa
Grocery store Joe McCullough as the guesl! .
retiring, in 1909. He was a and three grandchildren tveretheld'atna 1 with .- ,j.f rfl.< IspNy r IiR'f"' ,-
\ Christian* k**Funeral services speaker.1' .,..,A
nWilV-ft/ *>fUhe 11 lamptoiv. Monday In Macedonia Methodls t There will be dinner on the grounds.
Church. with burls I Former pastors and member are"
Baker County
I III. survived by his wife Christine Church, in welcome.
\l: Hnixson; ; 2 brothers. BarneyItrinson In the church cemetery.
of Theressa. and C.A. .
lirinson. Jr., of Miami; 1 sister. Mrs ',!. 'J
Miami. NEW HOURS "" \ ". .
of .
(iussie Diaz I I ,' '
Funeral services will be held at 2::30p ( .;" '!,,),;'" et gl
in the DeWitt ,' ,.. > ." )':: ;.
8 'Ik .
.m. Thursday June with Rev. --- For --- \";,'I';\ \ : ;,' ...t I IrerfJlf' "
C. Jones Chapel at Starke i : 1:;,'I!
PatIurphl: officiating. (

will he In I lope Cemetery at Theressa. Motor Vehicle t '"
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Card of ThanksWe Station "\"\' .'i '; '1r 1//

Inspection ',, \ '.'. ,' .'
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wish to express our deepest aa. s.r ," "., 't' ,
all of our friends" and () '" k t
gratitude to .
12,1978 /4
of Effective June ; :
neighbors for flowers food ( !
sympathy and memorials sent at the s'Laat s I

Carter.time of I the loss of our loved one D.C. Monday Thru Friday \wr .;;'., 'rrllk a r

and staff Special the Dr.Archer Raymaker thanks Funeral to the, Rev V.A.Home D.O.Hospital Goes It is, 8 A.M..1 P.M. e've gottwo : l i iiI

such a comfort to know so many 2P.M.-5P.M. -
people share our loss. .\''Vmit i J .)

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I Local Nat'l Guardsmen in _for Annual Training .

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K 631st Takes to the Woods t.;"

Jt i iit of '?the unit" : from
r r Starke'sown Maintenance Unit site According to Unit ,Motor protection
L of the Florida National Guard baa Sergeant Wayne Hall 41 vehicles aggressors. The aggressor, however,
taken to the wooda in their second] were moved to the woods. Includingtwo are sent by the National Guard to'
r. week of annual training. air-conditioned vans that house create a simulated attack, and the '
computers used to keep track of parts. machine guns and M-16 rifles fire
\ The men will spend four days blanks at the 'attackers.
II operating out of tents, sleeping in pup According to the men, the most But the biggest enemy of the men in
i \ tents and eating out of mesa kita. Important section In any unit la the the woods cannot be stopped by-an M-
I When asked If it was difficult to move cook sectlon.and Mess Sergeant Irvin 16. The enemy I I. mosquitoes, ticks
170 people to the woods without losing Convlngton had his section set up and and red bugs. According to Sergeant
anyone, First Sergeant J.l a, ready at auppr- time. A typical meal Henry Tomlinson, the best protectionIs
t Tomlinson replied that the move was consists of 50 ands ground beef, a chew of Red Man because you
( e very well-coordinated. Everything 20 pounds of odles, five gallons of can get relief by rubbing the tobbacco
went according to plan he said. beets, 25 dozen sugar cookies, seven spit on the red bugs.
J4 gallons of peaches, milk, tea and The troops will be moving out of the
Their mission in the woods Is to coffee woods and Into the Starke Armory
provide shop support or Saturday, ending summer camp for
i. maintenance, to the other 18' units Said Sergeant Cllf Griffls. the foodIs another year. And the end is sweet for
:f. attending the camp. The 631st will not "home cooking" but Is good the men of the 631 st,who will be paid a
collect faulty equipment and vehicles 'enough when you are hungry. total of $50.000 for their two-week
,, J 1.w'L; order parts and do repairs right on the Another responsibility of the 631st I.t.IIf" is training period. .
f<;. +t. al firii' .wwaw A J
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City wait for the 'attack. ;
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by Staff Sgt.John Miller Not many grocery stores make
Question: What eats 15.195 pounds home deliveries anymore. The BSIIrd: k4A
of grits, 2,800 pounds of sugar, uses however, Is still old-fashioned and 0
760 pounds of coffee, eats 61,920 eggs, provides this service. They have )
drinks 66,400 half-pints of milk in a 15affj made arrangements with the 144th
day period, and goes to bed hungry Transportation Marianna
SSt every night? to deliver the supplies to the mess k. ,f "i
:sas: Answer: two thousand Florida halls. ,. ('
::By National Guard troops training at Money-wise, It's nut like a trip to the lVl ,. c.': :," '. .
:f-; Camp Blanding during Alternate average grocery store, either. ,:: :" ,;,"';:,' '" i>' '''
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r-r: Command Headquarters summer According to Sgt. 1st Class Charles ; ;
'- camp. Grolh from the 50th Area Support
t;;; According to Sgt. 1st Class Flake Group, Jacksonville, the breakfast 1r
lr-i Hewitt from the 853rd Supply and Ser- meal costs 55 cents per person with i I I f ;'
;;:! vice Company, Jacksonville, that's the lunch and dinner meals costing : 'i'I;
::- only a small portion of the rations re- SI.13 each. For the 2,000 personnel ; "
[f- quired to feed here, that comes to about $81,500 for ,4. \
fcf The 853rd Is responsible for ration this summer camp. wrrw aw. _
; : : breaddown for summer camp.Secondf First Lieutenant John Holechek,
: Lieutenant David Thompson Is commander of the Bftlrd: said his Y I I' IIR dill
: leader and Hewitt is ration personnel have to be
: : Moon the pla ready to J .....
i: : It's their job to supply function from the word "go" in order'to o i
:=: the 17 unit mess hall with all the prevent a lot of hungry: GIs from .4 44r 'i. .! : ,<'.;/ 01" : y"I
; necessary food to feed their breathing down the 853rd s necks. -iftiIj\, '
.: personnel.Their His personnel draw most of the food ,"rfb' ; C"
;;!: warehouse isn't exactly an from Fort Stewart Ga., with fresh .-. ,,
:: everyday food store, but they have all vegetables and produce being pur '.... .
,,%;: the items a well-stocked grocery store chased from Jacksonville. .q .
#'El would carry: canned goods, fresh and ,. "c"'l'fS':::: "'" '
/;. frozen vegetables, meats, and Ice. Rations are a big part of the 853rd's :. i \ I

fJ. The warehouse contains canned and mission, but that's not all it does It ,,... : .\
;1 boxed goods. Warehouse personnel also issues Class 11, IV and VII
i?= pull the necessary Items for each unit supplies. Including personal uniforms
C.: and place them on pallets In the janitorial supplies, rocket
,:,:';\i: itagina area. supplies, and tanks. 203th ADA personnel sere In on target downrange. .

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..-f.. by Staff Sgt John Miller start with these raw ingredients: 281 Urintley' "Man. we need a coatbrngcr. .
f: The story you are about to read pounds of flour, 163 pounds of water, 2 ."
: -1 1:1m takes place on a Thursday morning 3-4.pounds yeast, 7 pounds salt. 14 A coat-hanger appears from the
': during annual training here at Camp lent The crew begins to wire the
P r-.r: : Blandlng. pounds sugar. 16 3.4 pounds shortening divider. That Isn't enough. So. in
; Il'a pounds non-fat dry milk.
lj The personnel Involved are from the conjunction with the coat-hanger1 u
bakery section of the 853rd Supply and All! these ingredients are blended tent I if-down load-binder type. Thin '.
rf Service Company, Jacksonville. well. The mixture then goes into a gives the divider belt the proper '"
: They're located off Avenue D, in a staging area to ferment. Fermentation tension to move the dough.
r.: tent right behind the ration break. time depends on heat and hu- .- *
: down warehouse.The midity.The The dough coming off the divider is
: bakery unit works well
: time Is 4 a.m.,and all Is in
.:..: r ,IU the tent. quiet together, each person doing what Is loaded into preheated cabinets to rise.It .
takes almost hour.
: "' necessary In a coordinated mannerAs an
: ; The first voice hear will be that
you the Is During this time the sergeant is,
::: dough fermenting the sun
.s of Staff Sgt. Nick Palestine. "Get
up is heard to ask,"When will the general'sbread
tr:; soldiers. The general wants coming up over the horizon.;
t-- some There Is a short break in activities. be done?
fresh bread. Everyone grabs a cup of coffee and a Soon-to-becomc stock answer:
Voices from
come the darkest
1'f:1 r. smoke. "Depends on time, temperature and
corners of the tent. "
... The conversation concerns the first .tumidity.
"Tell the general to check with Sun
: the cabinet
butch of bread this crew baked at From the bread is
beam. They make bread. summer camp. The first day was n loaded into the oven. The huge oven is
"Tell the general to stuff his nettled to asp degrees. After the breadIs
I II bread." challenge: the machinery was not
it should. The loaded the oven temperature de
working as dough rose
Im: "Can't you-all shut" up. I'm. dying so much it begun to overllow the creases. Baking time-about 70 minuts.
from a hangover. fermenting box. One officer walked "Sergeant the general will be here
sergeant's voice Is heard again. up. heard the dough popping und ut 10:33.: : Will he have some Iresh'-
"AC., bring me that jug of cold bread?"
cracking suggested I they cull
: : I water. EOO i Explosive: Ordinance Disposal) The brass arrives: 30 minutes
Rustling throughout the tent along
before the box exploded.The ahead of schedule."flow's _
M with a lot of muttering about how the general's fresh bread
uhl chickens don') even get up at four break over the crew Is hack at coming men? What time can the
o'clock. work. While one checks the dough the
have fresh
general some
II 1 The second scene occurs under a others begin checking out the divider. ?" ; "
maintenance tent where a bulky piece The divider Is used to measure the' "Sir. I don't know. It depends '
::: of metal Is parked. The object is a dough intoJ2-ounco: : portions and mold operation of our upon
unit of three still uniform loaves. proper machinery
mobile bakery : one it into Thedl\'lder hud .
:} humidity temperature and time. Besides
used In the Army. acted up on the previous run.
50 pounds of ground beef, 20 pounds of noodles' seven The unit can make bread for 50.000 Scramble scramble -- the dough sir dough knows no rank."

gallons of peaches.. peopleeachday. Today's baking will has risen. Oh. no. the divider belt
be only 216. 32-ounce loaves. won't work. "Hurry up. Sarge: the The bread Is taken from the oven.
Palestine's crew sets: to work in an general wants his bread. How are we Steaming hot the bread Is cut and
enthusiastic manner. The crew consists going to fix It?" butter Is add(.>d. The officers partakeof
of Sgt. James Young. Spec.: 5 One supervisor suggests an emergency the almost-cooked bread and
N.G, Brlnlley, Spec. 4s J.B.'nn .. requisition for the broken part. comment on how good?and fresh it
J.. .. A.C. Cason. Walter Cordon and Palestine to crew: "Crew ask the ,tastes.
... ffp" \." r s '. favorite. Spec 4 LynetteGrin. dough if it will not rise until we can After the brass leaves'the area the
d order a new part. =No" ? Well what do remaining bread goes hack Into the
1 ," t To bake 216 loaves of bread you we do?" oven to finish baking for the troops.

... ,.:, :

m: '. .p..it.i"..,' ak i "' .-- Guard Full- Time Job for EblingMost (

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: .. !\ Florida :National: Guardsmen He's been In the Guard since 1947. working toward such merit badges as V
spend lust two weeks a year here. and has worked at Standing' since coin collecting $,and compass
For !Master Sgt. Warren F. Ebling orientation.
'of Starke. however the Florida 1952.Ebling V. '
Is also noncommissloned- I-; '. J
.National Guard camp li an almost officer-in-charge of the Army Rbling and' wife Thelma live' on

fJi : National Guard Training Site at Route 1 In, Starke. They have two
: daily affair. Blandlng. supervising 15 Guardsmen daughters' .
t. :; Ebling works full time here a. a during his weekend training assemblies F I bt

e'r" : maintenance technician In the and at annual summer More than 800 Florida National ,
Master Sgt. Warren F. Ebllng Combined Support Maintenance Shop. training periods such as the one now Guard men and women are engaged ;f
." As an instrument repairman, he in progress. In training at Camp Blanding the '
1 i" works with armament electronic Even so, he doesn't spend all\ his present; time. They work in such
equipment and small arms, making time with the Guard. He's also a occupational fields as finance, print "
repair to gunslghts and gunmounts. counselor with Boy Scout Troop 70 in and broadcast Journalism, cooking ,
f' )Ie'. been doing this kind of work Starke where he assists boys who are and mechanics. I
',juice 1955.

On*' Mora Win k-! Special (Drawing TwoSweetheartRings 0. '...lOt /lsraiI

I *&a Final Week Of Sale At Gem Jewelry 109 E. Call St. Starke,'Ra. ,', i




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June 8,l.78 TELEGRAPH PueJl.\: ,



j % I 00 00 JUNE9.1978ootMciuMTirrccTiviMAVi DRAWING. ..; 1' '

t. ,.;
ODDS', CHART *.!.>.. 2nd PrlzBj.: .................,...S2.5OO .','L !
+ .,_ .. 3rd PRIZES.: ............ .,,$1.OOO ."
/ yl ; TM gmmm to twit*prydMdO"I?'" WIggty "louldr ....... r. (
} Dint AMwiM.. Dltndy CMCOK wMli. Florid MuN. .Ol.ewatlM 11<<"";. Sdwdu.I MM'....world.Mrlnr.. I =::s wrr.a..:.1.. "\ix::n!. -WAX: n.: fi&tt PLUS 7 Prl2es of.............." ....$100.. ) "',ice', ,.'"..",.',:"'* ?
tfcm 4>w t>AitgtM P! 1919., 11.wre" Ew offlclall"sots w tr ,. w rtn rr xw .I><'
wM".M UduM dhMritwKRLPravhM ; ,. All u/lnning FlnaUki ticket mutt b submitted "
D we.. .... .ww a n rr rw a rt June t'
MttM h IM p rtk-lp+ttna MO Prlin .. .... 3 1978 to''b vtlgtbl < ,
....,. .
..... ., ..
maw I. rM r. r. -
lpint> .-IaIII.adchlOwln."p'....... ._...., t Complete details at all stores,
win MMmiUUf Idmtlol/la!h iw too to rw p tr ra .
,.. .. ... .
.. '
l .. a r new rr at ,, _
LFU Odd. Wry d p >*n o.stomas al tl mw ttrlwM.! you obteln. l
... ... .
Tlw IMM you obMIn lh.betI rca/wlnnln. :"::.MUi: ata tr OIl' ut t.
FRESH 88 C r:1
PORK 7l $118

**, STEAKS .\.:i: Lb. fc r


GROUND Lb. $148

BACON 'f 98C .





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*P -.r .
." HOT DOGS J2oiPkflSUNNYLAND. / 78 \

5 8 PORK ;AGE'i: 1Lbf* >k $128 $1' C

GOOD VALUE : .;. _
LB, SLICED 1 Lb.Pk'i $119 WHOLE

rv. s .,tlW Ft .d...K...to ._ "d 11II

a BAR-B-Q Whole 99C LEMON PIES .:........._.....$169 POT PIES
8 Oz.
f 4 1
3 10 y, oz. 3 9 MR.Q.FROZEN KEEBLER COOKIES Pkgs .
3 Please FRIES Bag" RICH N' CHIPS i4o Bag 8 Or 471

SOFT WEVE/ '.''r=. '.-. -- SOUR c BAR-B-Q 180z C
/ PI: ,35 49 BANQUET
BATH 7 : 2 2 Roll gj| |y| 0Pkga CREAM SAUCE Jar BUFFET $ Tl 3 .
21.b. ,
--...." //7" I POTATO Twin C 64 Oz. $ !! JL 'jMAXWELL
CHIPS Size t
HOUSE i >.b. i $259 ORANGE

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: I : :

Cans" | .


25 Bag Lb.. $ 2 79 Btl. 1 1,0 JQ i'' I ] Family Size( .? r=fj CHIFFON SOFT WHIP 1Lb. C
FOOD.... 't(. J 1'_ i MARGARINE tJ- ..' _.Bowl _


KOOL-AID .32 oz, APPLE J32 Oz.
CM $149 Btl. 69CPURE



't. : S rii 18 POTATOES '10L : !Bag 99' : Ti ;

32 Oz.
I APPLES 3 LbBap, $13 9 CELERY Stalk. 9 Jar I
/ t 3Lb. _. --'
a F <
WESTERt4 : '
:299C.. CALIFORNIA' 'Lb.49C ... I
and Twith Otticr PurehsM Of*7n Or Mor Excluding CiQWWtM CANTAL"PES' Limit 1 With Other Pureh Of t7' Or Mar Enoludlno Clarlt/ .
And Oth.r Adv.db.d So.ci.l. TARI RES And Other.dv.MRd trp.cri.-' "
/M y' u

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D. Cdllns' ea Personal;. AiJp"";"" .. ,
OP INTENTION PEGGY SUE HARRIS and you are required Joy NOTICE INTENTIONTO '.. 'j' ',0 ,
TO REGISTER to peeve a copy of your written latheseuteof LOISttLINTKrtE. REGISTER .\ 1 I \ ", ,
FICTITIOUS NAME defense If any to It.on the plaintiffs attorney ATTORN'ey Deceased. rW(*/ FICTITIOUS NAME : '

Pursuer to Section ..09. Florida whose rams and address Is PERSONAL Pursuant to Section 896.09. Florida \ "i.. : ,/ ,. :' '

Statute node .la hereby rivet that MMundeislgned Jams R. Flynn Esquire. Fierce ft REPRESENTATIVE: '' Statute,notlc In I hereby given that the ; : ,. <, : : "
E. Watty _
Mart .Dee. Rt. 1. Box 32- Hardy P.A.. P.O. Drawer 1030, Stark. Richard :.r;; undersigned John B. Campbell and R "

B. Starke Ftarkto :32091. and Wafter H. Florida, 32091. end file the original with 8&41'4. Temple Avenue'Poet .... ...' *.II. Joan Campbell 1503! Pratt Street. '
the dark of the above styled court Office Bon 99KV*.. "nSwke Starke Fla. 3ZO 1. doing business under
Johre. 1110 Coaey Road. Stark. : on or '" '' .
Florida. 32081;doing bualneaa under the before June 22nd. 1978; otherwise I k Florida :I'.ZQn"M .', r the firm name of "UNCLE JOHN'S OLD ':Ievstan. Awea Ads

firm name of "D. AND J. WORM judgement may be entered agalnat. you 8Ii ., FASHIONED, SANDWICH SHOPPC." ,

FARM." 1000 S. Water Street, StarVa. for the relief' demanded In the complaint 2>, oha...6/8./......xL.'. arks/ 819 S. Walnut Street, Starke. Bradford*. ;1 _I1.!! L .... .- _

Bradford County. Florida. 32091. Intends or petition. IN I l' "''r County, Florida 32091, Intends; to J"" Itn....kAI.K: It*.A I.Kith : HII.. : V4AMr.II: : LAM: ) FUR HALKi: k. .
to refllstar Mid flctMoua name under the FLORIDA register Mid ftetfflou name under :\tI.fI\1; 'Tl :NI! ..rodaj.Aurtlonror 6:50I : ..' ". .hls. Nk' trees oa
provisos of gresald tatuta. WITNESS my hand and the serf. of EIGHTH JUDICIAL/GRCUTTi IN AND provisions of aforesaid atatute. \ \, .. .f .. p."Ai..i:4': ''.''''.''' "'!.* ('.uatv Hoard .! see W la at r. Irocta la

L Merrill D.a>. Walter H. John. said Court: on May 15th. 1978. ,FOR BRADFORD COUNTY."FLORIDA.CASE John 8. Campbell I and R, Joan .. jo1aftlfltl.., Silt ".,ry. 1'ovnly (omMlMlosvrn )b.clb. wlchborftoaa' n.w hom
owner*. GILBERT S. BROWN Campbell owner 2f t'4 118 (/ISla following ('.:TApotion Sear. .lolo permit _bllkomr ..

Deled IN. 8th dy of Jupie, A.D.1078. Aa Clerk of said Court NO. 78-211 Dated this let day of June. A.D,1978 ? *. Tltlr l \ I. available. ..o. ) KALE. i3
'UR :: ( P.ra Gres unovlar IN 'Ice l t ountT Priced. iwi with
By:: Marian McRaa. A* Deputy dark at Slarke, Florida Ukr lo
at Stark. Florida. 6/18 68NOTICE ''DIVISIONIN Tori.. <;*o4 rendition.W.IHHl'rall. ('.....11 an AlroholiMn, high Irma from I2IN down lo *4pvr <>
6/8 4lpd 8/23 4tohg 6/1 4tchg 6/22 ) .... "I, t>.. AC. ncbodl. urodvot. wils. Mom. ...1". <.onmvrrlolIranian

............... A\111'M, ono owner. Pha. ..11... '*....... Mlnimuni
... .. ....... .................. RE: The marriage of LOTHROP N. 411.4254: Itrht 6Vft 2 pr.. runllna ... SH-21 ovollakl
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO >* ro ; Uo.., 1734375.31:41: U/..*
SMITH Husband and
i REGISTER *.p.,'..'.. Inlrrnl Inkohol

NOTICE ,SOPHRONA SMITH. Wife. FICTITIOUS NAME rrhtbillution llrld/ I.tMl'IIRGII.l:. ) l)H>lrrllnic.r ,
OF ELECTIONBe ;<'ARI ""...:, Friday and dlsmnndd .lo..
has'mods :
Furrow J..I'
Mm. DonaldE.| .
It known that I I. Bruce A. NOTICE OF ACTION: Pursuant to Section 868.09, Florida : Knurdaf.'Jiiiif'jIIO. IOm.o APPKIATIC: : 1'HI\11:11: I. dreleb pnM. $ N '
application to' the Bradford County Smothers, Secretary of State of t eState Statute, notice I* hereby given that t the e p.m, On* mil' south of 4>,*.n <'0"."p.In.. ..... 'In ansehrrr,,M, 'I'1"\ .'.
Zoning Board for redaooJflcatlon of the undersigned Armond M. Lehman and. ndllahIe H..r tan. anvnrnrr quollfjr for lhn p NliionMtou )'
of Florida, do hereby give notice TO: SOPHRONA SMITH whoae"- Kiamsa.75.11159! !. ::lIlt( ,
1 propetydesctl.d below from OR to BP Shirley A. Lehman Orchid Street af I.nlirti' w Drlvr muwi br a rrnidt-nl of ,
that a GENERAL ELECTION wil be heldIn residence end addrea fI.h.t'UK.
*>: '
4 mtlaa Northwaat .sad I'hauleuqus 'Av*, 4 Uv ( ounl* and much. mM
Road 20.000 Sq. Ft.Stark.SectIon 14. Bradford County, State of Florida on 373 Third Avenue (c/o Earl Jones). business Keystone under lghu the. firm 32666, doing" tv: rvlhing( from hitcher* tr.lA "''iII'hilll1..1' ,*.

Township 8 South Range 21, East out Tuesday next succeeding the Drat Rlpkry. Welt Virginia 2S271 "2309 name of 301 .a jkkl.a" pi..... It.hll e/7 mrnlii. .Iyuu bellnse tuumo ,SAI.K. : llouo'holdlurnlNhini. ,
Monday in November. A.D.. 1978. the LIQUORS. North Temple Avenue, quolift npplv it now prices' reduced
of parcel! of 10 acrw. To be used for Dog said Tuesday being the SEVENTH day pf YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Starke, Bradford County Florida 32091 \I('VTHIV' .:...w Saturday. <'ounl umitlunilt "...1... C'.U17:1.227.: ... llrhn "/NKH

Doming and auppHaa. NOVEMBER, to fin or retain the Oaaolutlon of Marriage till been filed intends to register aaid fictitious name 7:.111 p.....' b..k .l pod Ofllnin > ...II"II. \ !! Molnul. ..!? .
offices and under the provision of aforesaid statute. Mrlroov. Hill .Prrrt'Xurllwnrrr. l.rrrn 4 .v.. "p'I..... ItrhHA KALE:: ..'.11.'.. :trhrom
following : against
are required to
This Chang I In daadfIcatlon( tubjact to you you serve Armond M. Lehman and Shirley. Ztpd tl/ ffMr .olhr .ol.., :2 sad.
a public haarlng to be held on Tueaday a copy of your written' defense, If any. Lehman owners. I 2 ....1.., other .mice lunar.,
in for the lilt KIN : "IMrclluildmiix
Congress :
Representative toll on A.Z. ADKINS JR.. Petitioner1 .
June27.. 1978 at 7:30: p.m.. In the Dated this 8th day of June, A.D.,.)1978 /K ''SAl.K: H. I trdlcnl' fo rIttUll turn oil north SK 21 onus
District l
County Commission Room In the Bradford Second Congressional Attorney whoa address IK P.O. BOX : y ntlrlghu .. :352.: : t:....., 2 ml...-. off SK-
at Starke Florida. IMflr "inr,
I 105.... r
lr MIn
906 Gainesville, Florida 32802, on or be- 21. Hoi tt.'l.l'boiw! :' 473: -71.14.
County Courthouaa. At this time all 6/29 Iniol Irolfir muni In
6/8 4tpd V Vthll lick Kids. lliKhol
Governor and Lieutenant Governor fore July 10. 1978. and file the ; llrhR M/M
persona interested shall. be heard for or original K..Monahlf prlrrd., Owner \I'lro.| and Kroliini' arm.SUM .
agalnat the proposal, aa specified In the with the Clerk of thia Court: either before CLASSIFIED AD llninrrd. 471.ZiXJ: 0'173- seeing t all 17' I i'l'l1 I

Zoning Code of Bradford County. Secretary of State service on Petitioner' Attorney or 'Deadline for Insertion 47M.: Jung !III" 11/,. alter 7 p.m. llrhxMUlrlran .UII N11.F' :, IH74! CJ-t Jrp.

Immediately thereafter;: otherwise a Tuesday noon preceding I'h.I71.I7I! | |! alter S p.m.
Jerome Johna. Chairman Attorney General Default will' be entered against you for before hll. ,: ".| ii\r:: lull InliiKc*. DI\1HI1.11 \t..11. I\: llpd II/II

Bradford Board the relief demanded In the Petition. Thursday publlcalion. .....1.! monthly. .r .rklvI nut your (taroir II
County Zoning .
6/15 Comptroller WITNESS my hand and the seal. of BK. rflidrnrlm lurnikhvd.InrluilinK amend lo kc.p ih. u nMonlrd t URI...., ('..torn .
6/8 2tpd this Court: on June B,.1978. Minimum charge I2.0O. utltilH. \. low u junk. Ill 211111.11rht rrollvd lint paintrrlrlicrolnr.

......r..u State Treasurer (Coverall Words) I7KHI vrr month, .ldt>..b>.jildr
Each word ISIs ...%.1..nv IIHKhtw Itrollt '
ever with 'krmaker'snd ..rfls
(100. ,
GILBERT S. BROWN, aa dark of the 17/21111. \( lri.K: "It: 211'
Commissioner of Education Court: 10 cent tf/rhic Ill arrrn .nl.d. s...ndInq."h ire nn doer. 2"1 ru '1. $ cm.. n
NOTICE Not responsible error] la w llll.m M shy I'hnn. |7t: I:U2. llrhnN/N.
G.K. Ely has made application to the Commissioner of AgricultureTwo By: Marion 6/29 McRaa, Deputy. dark when, given over the phone Jr. I'.II. llriwvr .. I ski ...
Bradford County Zoning Board) for 4tchg or when copy Is not typed ....n.... :l-'litill.l II/I 2lud li/H
reclassification of the described
property ((2) Commissionera, Florida Public and! brought to the office
below from R1 B to R.34.Sacra* located

1/4 mfe North of CIty Limit on the left Service Commission : On sale

of 301 in Section 16 Township 6 .
Hwy District Vi a '
RETENTION of Court of Appeal
South 22 East to allow i ears careerist FIIEAGLE'
Range apart- Judgea First District CIRCUIT COURT .. ..." ..... Thursday, Friday

manta. 5-JUDGE Eighth Circuit Group 1 through New ess.& & Saturday!

This change In classification aubjact to "., -

a public hearing to be held on Tuesday
State Senators for the following
June 27,1978 at 7:30: p.m, In the County
Senatorial Districts: 6
Commission Room In the Bradford

County Courthouaa. At this time all per. Member of the State House of Representatives
Interested ahall be heard for or !
for the following House :prices
Zoning agalnat i Code o Bradford eI. aa Specified County.In the Districts: 25

Jerome Johna Chairman
Board of County Commissioners,
Bradford County Zoning Board

6/8 2tpd 6/15 Districts Members 2 of, 4 the School Board District Shop at Eagle forBudgetsaving the best values! Save. up to 36 %

.............. 1,2 5 .

In Testimony Whereof I have hereunto T
Jamas' W. Robinson has made "
application to the Bradford County set my hand and affixed the Great SC eOV.VOUTHI'MEN'S WHITE JEANS1",
Seal of the State of Florida at \ ,
Zoning Board for radaaslflcation of the
property described below from BA to Tallahassee, the Capital this the C BY THE #1 MAKE! _...,.,o"p.,

Fl1 C 3 miles South of Keystone on corner Twenty-fifth day of May, A.D.. 1978. IN ,

of St. Rd. 21. three 13)) lots in Santa Fe 7. 74o11'? '.

Shores, parcel 6219-00100 In Section 1, BRUCE A. SMATHERS MOTOR OIL

Township 9 South, Range 22 East to SECRETARY OF STATE MEN't\ Nest p.I/Ness/Nlloll blind nmaNEKACO "

locate a mobile home. 6/1 2tchg 6/8 no tronut*. elyks.uh lour poekOHMI 4", Nom
................. UNImNAli ace. 11- .... Sonm > .lr"HJ(1 > IlL: I j
.--.-'.143.Y .
Thai changa In classification la subject/ to NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO | ( u II\ I
4 a public hearing to be held orTTueaday. REGISTER ? VALuenusiBASKETBALL'SHOBB \'N; k; 4 .
June 27, 1978 at 7:30 pm., in the FICTITIOUS NAME ce cr"a 4 'i I VALUltPf..Utll ,iNMbC .\ I

County Commission Room 'In the Brad- Pursuant to Section 86609 Florida into. '*Houa MAKEH \,
ford County Courthouse At this time all / I
Statutes notice Is hereby given that the m LPAnrOI'SELM5DpA.NaN.akts
persona Interested shall be heard for or undersigned Glen G. and Ferrell' Bennett WM HTOO*. In mon' 7-11, 1\ I I

against the proposal, as specified/ in the Rt. K( Box 182.A, Lawtey. Fla. 32058, U" OSCILLATING FAN 11AVQ.$% SAVE 1.00leQAL. boys 3-e,youlhs' 1O-1. 2 88 a' ill j\\, I j

Zoning Code of Bradford County. doing business under the firm name of 83 BAVOLINI MOTOR OIL GARBAGE CAN I .

"GARY'S QUICK SERVICE and GARY'S 25i 93VVwfLwu NFAwy cuY LOW D'SC.' P5101 lIf I

Jerome Johns, Chairman REAL PIT BAR-BO," US 301 South 49 C was 2.96 a1HL tat
WAS a..s ees
Bradford County Zoning Board Lawtey Bradford County Florida, .:Pre
6/8 2tpd 6/15 opoodo. drooiobt nook, I1..f Icily Saw. Prulsnea me. oomlooo. preen ploollo sac Ace
32a>8. intends to register said fictitious MM**PUHM ko*eonlroto. plat.Ste alaa.s Ca..uwL anon Wok mop-Hani NW.jAYf .
name under the provisions aforesaid
............... statute. .A nti 33% A U R '

Glen G. and Ferrell Bennett owner Ij.1t RlflSAOY 1 CRICKBT CLEAR VINYL r

W. NOTICE Duncan has made Dated this let day of June A.D. 1978, ".CIO CCU.ATTCmCS. Lp R RUNNER" 1 I :Li I a"
Emory at Starke, Florida. WITH PREB 27 V> WIDE I l .: ,
4-a-AK t
application to the Bradford County RAZOR SAVf t.OO
6/22 66o- '
Zoning Board for reclassification of the 1/8/ 41pd ............... / 970'WA'.ur MORK SHOES / h 4 err 1
property described below from EA to O JO '

OR, Three (13)) acres located one mile IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD I WAiJB! PRICE -erlV-4 f 1J hs,
west of Lawtey on South side of St. Rd. COUNTY. FLORIDA "

125 in Section 15 Township 5 South PROBATE DIVISION WAS *

Range 22 East parcel 1218-00100 to 78-154-CP LAUREL VAPORETTBFLEA Oo dyoor wall eontlruetion, i i r r '
CASE NO. k non-alip ootoo In oitot 7-13,
alow two residences. FILE NO. 1-2816 BLU[ DOT SATNROOM COLLAR, ( 1
FLIP FLASH, T1t < aarnl POR DOGS + /r '

This change in classification (is subject/ to of B FLASHss 4 ROLL PAK OR CATS G. .
IN RE: The Estate "
v 1tco VALUE Pf..US' ,
a public hearing to be held on Tuesday 4 J
? LOUISE HUNT KITE, Dece sed. 1.44 77* 77o
June 27, 1978 at 7:30: p.m., in the '

County Commission Room in the Bradford NOTICE OF was hoe arse 1141' WAS : WA. 3.98 WAS B66

County Courthouse. At this time all' ADMINISTRATIONTO SAVE 15% WA

interested shall be heard for or
persons DISHNIR No-Iron Mend m an array otislyllah Always populort" Long alooyoo.
against the proposal, as specified in the ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMSOR wnH r c alrlpoo. Mono SXL.VALUCPLUSI polyoalor/eollon blond."XL.

BAYF uoo fON
Jerome Johns. Chairman } ,,,,, .

6/8 2tpd 8/15 wAa 1.N I /t FOR MEN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the c 2. 4 PSM
administration of the estate of LOUISE : 2.88.AVII'U"

..u..rur..... HUNT KITE, Deceased, Case No. 78- INI .AR 4<' If 9 4Vf 300 Cuohlonod Innoroolo, whlloomocoloro err // 4.23 /t. plea 1'ItIC.DIICOItATIn t

154-CP. File No. 1-2816, is pending in the qfltt IOU..DftYCtLO". AM/FM CLOCK RADIO Irrog 712.
NOTICE Circuit Court for Bradford County, ,ZTfm BRIEFS 1

James M.,Broome has made application ( Florida Probate Division the address" of CALeNDAR TOWEL -. -. '". ::3988 17.88 53 l ;
which Is P.O. Drawer "B, Starka
to the Bradford County Zoning '
32091. The Personal l .4 w.- WAateei L 141ef T BNIRTB
Florida Representative 660 }
Board for redaaarf ication of the -
property of the estate la JOY D. eeedM Mrreuk aa.N Lot**, NaMori numorolo. MMvf 11 R
described below from OR to BA 20,000 'WAS Aar p e ester eMa5 ea'm- olomi,AM/FM liming. a ,
COLLINS whose address I.I Route One. TomesV -
Sq. Ft. out of parcel 4943 00100 (118
31779. The name end VAtU.Pf..UIf
Pelham Georgia, ;
acres) Smile Southeast of Starke of Rd. I
address of the Personal Representative'sAttorney .10"
221 m Section 20. Township 7 South
22 East are let forth below: LUC GEI YALUEPUf_ S
Range to build and operate an TO '
All persons having claims or demand 0 MEN'S 1
auto repair shop FRAM[ l MEN'SHIQMeULK
against the estate are required, WITHIN SHORTY

The change in classification (is subject to THREE (131) MONTHS FROM THE DATE 1.97 _ SUPFRBUY/ PAJAMAS, DRESS
a public hearing to be held on Tuesday, '
file with the Clerk of the MEN'S MESH CASUALS
June 27. 1978 at 7:30: p.m.. in the 4.66 66oQ
above Court. a written statement of any _
County Commission Room in the Bradford -
claim or demand they may have. Each VALUEPLUSI iN dea.MlC. OLCIIIa495 /
County Courthouse At this time all Va-ar-T Il
be in writing end must Indicate
persons interested shall be heard for or claim must )4TY BASEBALL GLOVES Opon wootm nylon In wklto,
the basis for the claim the mine 1000" block or brown Slice 7-11. SpbtyeN
against the proposal as specified in the IUa C010 NAMEU OT
and address of the creditor or his agent NAZI DRYER! 12.88 '
Zoning Code of Bradford
County. l leiscpmcl
or attorney and the amount claimed. H BTYLR 4l.EW 87 ..r +
I due the data when it I
the claim i. not yet a66 ,.
John*. Chairmen wilt become due shad be stated. If the Lama larme 1a1mM a Leesber 5.Idev., arebees.. ?1f V ti.wLQvaeLI .
Bradford County Zoning Board IHa. parr. NNte.mt.U.eed us.. mw's elec... u.1sas.. .
claim I* contingent or imiQ ideted, the ,

6/8 2tpd 6/15 nature of the uncertainty shall be stated. SAve 7" L

ia secured, the security! shall '' t
................. If the dam .RGIINS + 1
be described. The Clamant shall deliver LOTION w

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT sufficient copies of the claim to the dark N 1. Oz., 1 /

EIGHTH JUDICIAL COURT to enable the dark to mail one copy to Regular 0#'
each Personal Representative.Al .Ira Dry Skin' :
AND FOR person interested in the eon to '1.471 I cN h ; 1 :

of this Notice of Administration -
whom a copy
,i- Y*. has been mailed are required. WAILS2 V i'I I catsb I



VI ,,A. they.;mey have"Decedent'that chaaangs: WM, the es'sIe rgj /'.1 1Otiaaaw. SUNTAN LOTION.OIL 4 OZ.OR i' 'WAS "" DlIO. ''I'Ir.

SUIT' or the Venue or Jurisdiction of e Ma.lary rhea.. lam NNr& New cttr- -.i. noroo) .lea. sHMNoo semis
NOTICE OF .e .lMu. N ( ) A..a1p styles,33.40.A Mony Moles a ooloro.... Aoot.salora,miaioi IS-IS.
NO PROPERTY the Court.

To: PEGGY SUE HARRIS, Iddr- ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS AND 312' W Madison R.g, a Kngll.l. lOq a Per P.$5Z' .
NOTIFIED that anaction FOREVER BARRED. kela. ;.,_ .$5' 3Plna' 54.1s.
YOU ARE HEREBY in. rOrfy ft! <*>Sr Tu 'Tad .
for DISSOLUTION OF The date of the first publication: of thIs

MARRIAGE has been fled agalnat you Notice of Administration: June 1. 1078kla.


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ready end .......1.. ,,,., ., \.J., ffil'o'iliJ< iI'.l.t. ( ,ililillillTWO ; Vormebtog. momitejM and l
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vending. ml. Stark' ., .J : I ; : ,.. .. .. .. ) .....,.. Urge wstesmllMvby Aewclate > ,
....,....11... cr.a. Pl.aoanlbunlnroe. .' .. ..., '" I > 0 .. ". ...." .. .. ... .. .... ITM. lowly 034.420
Hlgk profit lira "';('"'''II'1 .tkry. >lrpradari T H R K: K BEDItH19M >KW: IHIMK:* laH.ldola. BltLH SAN, MOP, C a.pl JOHN DEER: RIO lllktylt "bwldiag" ..to... good M*.... .. :;;::2'-' ;
Can marl psrt.11.... Agr DI .. ..p."I..... aaly TRAILF.RI: 174 m...... tI, 1 ....._.. t .t 'bepsa il.lag' Mr.l.., with alM. UtSO. ....... _I...., UAlOO..1IGO dew. ',' ,\ \\ \
iprlM. not Important Srad ...u"", ta ".0. ..* It. 1112/ balh. Imarad layard both. H...r garag. waB ,. .,,..1.> .. ka.d. ...*".. lobby ...._ alive .,30 ... ...-. ..... FARMS .: / ...".. ;" I
II....".. rer end. (two- ,.... 232. Sl.rkf 1......,... ...." .r........... wan u...... ,('111\. I2$ I2SMot. clam. oe...r Wad hollow ... 431.1170.e ttthg. MOUNTAIN CABIN 4cree. HOMES 1 ',.ii", t tt
InrI.IArnt. few ..*..U. pmlng., lurkg "/11 "......... Aer.s. Ml K* ik. clip waga aru) ...... ....... tad It...*.... Leave ins ,.... cable. to ptook.rtoet COMMERCIALTKKWILLafOAIt'& 1
writ and tal.d.* ynaiban 3 .u. Pkm. 44)39) ".. brisk sod. JHM oaad.Pkaa JatkiHi. Balldlai. Kupply, .....nil Ik* ..,.S BR, NAllUOivNTOUR ,
.. %"' Al. Ion) ".. torn. PAHT-TIMK: TYPItU Jab Itpd BKBKAMFORII .7 .3I1U. '*/15 M Markfar K,,ata Hlkta. TRArI:: : TkAILERi' : ..... .large rack Ib-cpUce.. welUewell N'rt1RE.. '
A**.. ..,....... .'.11... HI.SIHllpd far rldrrlv lady. na pkaaa- 11 'rbgTWIr llrkRHKMOIIKI.IM. l 7f. hi.I... Hk. sew. alf carpal, reedy t* meve'tat .ws.saar0.5*:' REALTY JS / '0 r ,I I
"/ railpplv .In prne .. PILLAGE: .lab ,lala .. ..".. ford. .. N...... to. lewly ... V I
., : OllnV. Mobil. Ham "' .1.... APTKi I BR ....... Bii>ROOM' ,'.....!* : .. ..1, tl..... Paid. 94710,93.. weeded ........ Urge dock READYYOUARCf.i w'itW". ....' ,ICJ fi
r'Hllffl ; 1\11I 21th. 6115 I.......... AC. '....... warnto blob ..... 419/A.... katk.. Rt '...II'li. and .repslro. KacrMra' at IJ7JC3. Phew" .vertoefctogmeucttatoa. .very ,.. ; '. 1
; I ....... waB.J .."... .. .double lolo In. Mark.. N._ kNrh.aurbath..wilyrsawe .,7-20311. Had 110l'HEST private) 035.000, 07SO dawn \ tree,, t i" I i;
\, < .::1' % """11'11I': (''',,, pall. alf.Blral parking; 3IW $ Pkaa. .1MI ...17.. llpd tiN ,Ndth'.l k. eas..._. ..... CABIN BEST BARGAIN IN TOWN >".'" ; 134 1 I '

..... . ".. -, 'I t pint II. SUry ...... al W .........*. Pfcan. N4* o 00 : r'REKZKR: SS cII. ...',bred. 00 M ...... gedMeeee. -2 BR I bam plug guett tl u.a or': ,\ I
06! !II.611..h.! .......... alI NMUl. ll.kgTHRKK l>72' J.qIIIBI"| : lhrttrrrlinO". ; cOr Iffl. .. H..I... I. g...t'! lard to nil weeded .,. : '. \
JimSEM4IK NA\II:11 I : .100.

.. ".... rental apt., completely. furnished' .22.S"; r
and Stamp" Of llr*la M ark. """.::1Ih71. ) BR. 2 bath 1200. Pkaa 7nt ..... ere. tke cabin to net '
,...0101.'10. ..... MaitdardMlk : : BF.IIROOM: Brkkkam AC .HIo.... :t..... UK amp 211111 473.l71t.! ,.'Iwh. 3020. I tad Sml'HICNEN _....." r......... bet U k -311 N. St. Clair. SI. 1 BR 1 B. 126,000.ImmcdUttly. Awlabie( : I .

: I I'l.F.Kirtlgradual : ......01..01 .". par .. .. ..** ...lgbkarkod.n.ar II... (4.MN" Phai WU743Hallr a.epttoyrl.d In and I lo I"b PCiii -11Uiwt.
*! good ttpl.t S:30 ... It 6H2ltill K: M <. K K II .I I lM > Hi",'''.: faan. ..... flnlak Hap ;,
rlrrlral or l> ping .*.*...... .......*. 118$1......,. .kg II veabto"' yea STORE 4\ APARTMENT ?,
drxlrr" full urparl limp job. sod) .blllly ,. lyp. *3S ..",..lonrdn .......,.. sod, ....... rIKKIKWant: : rrll.l aad water |ara and I...... S ... tare* deck nvrtoektog .", CB tort wlffi' living' qu. .rtr. $36,606. ., .iW..., ,
..01 raprdenrr, W Illlng it. per miaul" Apply alI ., ........ ....., 1.112"9"- : H.wbUoMr.. l,73; oalarg .'.m. MW ai*. I'.' .helped Pkaaa..1I1Z-Jln. I lad 01CBF1T.T1'PF ........, ...., Ovn.r"' will. flft.. ,'. ., ,. ';
Warn.1'rNI.. I Ihnrntun Htl4! la. "l.l, rlmptaymralOllir. 140. $. lubg BNKFFIVItAi'V ( Wkadd 1.1.lard i ..lhrr.. irk oar K.II.d.131.- ..... to Mil 017.500. '.,100 !SH l ..jri)J iI-ttt': "
'iYl.lHlbql'Ith'E, .. In Old I'aurlkaUK. raadillon. .I1..ull. ..d. 1711.. 'I17pIMBRADFORI, : I RF.KZKR: : :, 'dawn sod. ...... .lean.TMOC INCOME PROPERTIESOWH' 'fliAr IHollm.
._..... .mom I'kan* Hrari. IT ta. '1.., avlrtddraat ... .....' to
Mark. *. llrhj, tim! : : APfi AdaHaaaly. ; pa : sro a ef ever tWOattoga. ." horn. partmaflH A cott.* kIM \IIt1'
:!%, PAID 'for. na p.to.. la..ul. To.lies. Ml 7773. Itpd 4/ > 'HKPTIC Bradlardrvaidvatlal ,raat ... rlrtlU. 1100. WE kave" all typo. -Hand..msHfkss. .pr Ml N. 17.,W.v,", "" thO \\W" 1 I
KKRtJCEt: .. .
nerd miibllr horni-W It murl TANK Mr. L +la. .. .1110 ar 431 1500'per
1:11'IItul'1:1111It'll': : : : .I Uoted free '
.M.S.191111 :S' T...1., properly $Eppenon-4..c."S.$. M e "'VT
gaga I I" 3/" paid ,or mar*. .\'11': I.real rod 8/11 III"'''.: F1/K 16\...: RK.romplnrly pama-auli. *40.I'amwrnilarwd Sit. Iwhc. "/* Mr and. ... W* lave 'iI
"Mark HfkgMO .
111."'''' MOHII.K: IIIIMF.sM.r : ladaatrlal.rally .... LAKE STREETS >1> HOMES. trCIl
..nrkunr. -up. brake. work. rmodrlrd lalawa. _all '''''., we alee '
i :>'. !lII... IIIHI. 7 Pka'n Htaaaad.. P..... W)4NI2I ) SIGN PAINTING. i..... ... .. I. 'i: .
Opvn nr.. Mu t hoer total r.. "W402U.: tRrkg eeverel ....... ..... old HOME WITH 2 RENTALS. Can b* pvichasa.parately .'
eI.._ nrrkly.. tfrhgVlii Irrrnrir and leal H KMMIMI' : :.1 roam. ?tr/."k< wLk1E'WEICIITI. day,, Mrvlt*. Ha. Holy al larai. .... Writ. *r cal forb100 '
f'.arrllrnt: own 'far* I balk ........., flgkl and III ''I.X: FOR SALE' :, ...oJ..... ... _._. ".IeI. Flea M....... rrlday. ,. Mating. krekiir Yen ac't'I'I'.' ''';' 1
N \ : Mubllc knmi, opponunliy hot ..,.. lurolood, I'h..* ..,... PARADlSCi' : :. .
i right person If ton are at .:"*..*. Mr.*.: IIIU U.ttving : aalaly aol II. ,. M.....,. !\I......,. can tall. Ira. .t ekarg .aydUlag ISOLATED IOW-23bautltul'ac's. of xWilton ;
adru and /Ir.n,11111' plrk up ", ...u71. Ilk.n ./" 4tpd" tat/ Rd.yet mar \,
Write Pt
"I.14111..... an prl.ncd., quallfl.d. ,. IN rich ante. lust with. X'll' DMPIaa, $3.RKItfCK I-900-43II-T4ZI. '
; 11011LI' :: mrrkaalr. pl.... d* sal CII/A.' 35.IMHI I...... M4774 :, .:.w..* ll.la.Ukk ar .all, .....,. CHEROKEE p.otorOland-Cvls100bufonhoms-3BR,2B' ,, r
S\l :" 'fMII.MHHi.. Opnn 1 Maul oat lime ar }o.re.I MAKKaw RtliiR\'A: : .' S" (l.r .lobo I'" ''/.rh. .. \.P.I 3AO.. I.... 1w\ INC KAlETKmTani LAND CO.,, Marpky. N.c. CHAA paean. fr.... barn fenced 570.000.' \
4..n.s"oevk ll/rhg uniarl S'urk I I..*...*, (lot"- ......, vaoiloa.on : K...'", Uru... Stark. 6/S Inst.... ..u.."... I..... ._ S6I06. 4/X7 7lefcg 6/8 27 LOVELY ACRES '
IU..... I...... ....... m.meoouo ..alUa. Rd. IS. Wall tic tank.. ,
lo .1111 nrik.. "tMt4-fl43r' ) HOME. : A\I LAR1E; : APT J{Otpd"," 1/10 -Near Hampton Lake ",
11/4* 533.2W.. 3/30 if/.hg .. Hatarday aaly, t-S. HR-ZIS. BUILDINCSi AD, .., .
lmi i llrkg la ".Ip" pay ...".. pay UTILITY Fl. Power -141."' '
:TRUCKSIWIM ; m..... I..... tot." "(\ walllawall 111G1 PAI Sii\ r. -Yule; Grakm.034GARAGE Pkaa. ./IS.107l.ItO'hI .......... .....1.... ._.. EXECUTIVE'S HOMltSlt.cled ,y' '

t BF.IIROOM:. ""T. kluka. .. ....... l'leoo 1.tehool aaa-day aarvl' .8aa Rod, ., tabla..Ilght. awtlck, B.kU.langn by pln*.*......., an I acrerBetieril I
I .1., .",, h..... I.. .. I.H. .'rid. floor !
aplain. ooppl.g..hur.h.w. H aUa Flo. Mark!. ,. sad groove
.tIAI.E; kind Traditional living
Ml male. rorr.ltonalin : :. Hat. U. Rd. U..hors It ono of a .
with .. ... r IH *
-*.IIIY:3/ILn,1970.: paral 4261. W slaul,1111.5341. $..., ,. Mvaday sadM.a4ax delivered and aat ep.ftoantkjg
/ _, 1 .. 4 Cararr 90A N .
now taking ,pu. valraac. ... 1III..S71. 029i. pew available. U 4Bmeetbo at lit flnett. .
big lir*.. whit .puke rlmo, ,ration for rorr.rllon.l lilt 2..... tt/N 119tpd Watoa. St.. sod Adklaa. HrI'araltarr. up ,
altrr i:3t) ..n 2uhg 6BFARM i.w._ 60 .... AFFORDABLElBarkMlal
\\". H. trark IIHI.1. ,.0110.. xoiidrondllinn. """.:. !S.lary range *'Nj62.1In : RI.UCX'111/ME: with. 1 B.drma.2kalka.witkl2ar GENE: :'1iL; CARPENTRI'NORKt d........ dda ..d Snaakl. ta Blarka.. "...-4020 at96440I1. home 43* W. Madltan 51X000. .: I '

%lrkr.. !I-.VJVI noulkaolrorl.r ; : : M/M II1.27.1 .nnu.lly. Stale "' *> Door. ,Duaglag.aad .. I lad '111 5/11 tl/cU. OIL 2B CH&A. Owner will consider' financing.. ;
Caner !Srrtlrr ., .
poNlilon r FOR RENT: Four .. 4'H/A. .1..,. .
'ipd 6LSItl1 ) al la. Carp*I. psn.r l.g .i 1.4IS" WATSON's OF KINOSLEY WATERFRONT.
quiring+ high ,. ..., HKNSiack. : 'UII
NKl..e,3bollacvp.llorpe Pkaa72-3177.' S/1N tf/ckg Ph... .IIII..OII ''6/8 for entertaining.Approg. .
4lpd dock
with' .
homa large .
j911.1J ....d..r -3BR.
I .U IVr.onn.l.. | 431I.'U nod 1 1arra. Pkaa. 1113.3:17': Itchg VACUUMS) Maay
I % I-KKI'I', | 7r. bvo."' 3 rar sad .Id. ;3 6a9.! : { .. mad 201100HAMPTON
for additional BRICK, 110" :' 4 ,we. OA'I saw ...-. .
OMNI: IMI7! 4't>U\ \IK. "IIH' >; infurmollun, llrkg" '/11. .' I? ''will* |rmiainKvlll DR. 2 balk. ..,.... wll.'Hi ---? sHANtJ .-. I ucbtooe ..Ilabl.. E...,* WATERFRONT : I
...... "All
|1"11! : \11I. ,'h.lmn. Irarlnr.l.'Hl. < .. .31111I" / < a..w .. .'''. drapa.lTarr "MAN, .k.m.npakra. ( .......n ...... Parta aadaccaaaarlaa ,
.p. int i for lha dlgcrlmlnatlng.' r
home -
: beautiful
| :. / .l and la.li\ ... y.ar. !.*... 13415.3111.629.9111.\ ...*..."/*..*.'... RKVIHTKR:: HOG -Two \
I.h"n* 7.I.a'III'III.h: ::! IHMM, ; 111:1.1': andklirhrn lar all vacuumarataa
: UIM M N. ... .. Pkaa 7H2.32C5. Rl. I.: Hai EVERYWHERE I.SZO.OSO '-t
AvoU.bl. Jun* w..*..*..... ........ .1.. WALK <
r* hrlp ..."..d. Applv unl. "SK-125., Grakaaa.. 405.,.Phaar "' ..11771. Itthg. '.... ......... ftavclnl. ralaa/ ..22( .,...,. ./H tipd .115! .. 404. NW ..10thAvaaaa ... Croat locatlont f24 Euclid .1', ,

P1111111'/'II. /' : (lflI1.! .. .lIhII.II in prr.unorm.a'a T ." '1111-l.d'.,11l.ltek4/N' torso (. *.., ...!......;dli.... CatoaavBla.' Epperton, MH 3Br 2 B, CHeVA.All the trlmmlngg' .. "' (
17" '''0. tt/
motor, l'amr.tll ndvr ItoMauranli ("\ ; 11Iiil. fcflAVr ,
fr ".'hll.t... f'/kaaa ..M48S6I 'ITIO I t\H" "i : II 1
mind ".....1. I. mil.! ..Northon ,d/N .-.:.-- rN.c I :\rl: KMSIIKI; : ) APT: I : MISCEUArlEOUS( I $ illar B pjatt'lr I..*. ..1"",;(..n".I1." ... I.lMIt..d iiL'ii ; '' ';' COMPLETELY REMODELED. ". t
I "-;1111.'" ,Irhg M/l' -..- ".....' laaiilr1', TRaM dicta. .&to..", .. 1/1,;|t.kgV .wpplt. I. 11OIt I Araattoa. -3BR, IB, tcraanad. t porch utility. building, :
si I'FHtlMI: R : HI. 4 *l. *IMO S.1'I. -A.*., 0112BABY Ml MINI 11. p1411 ,.W bIgbIy lartltoad. .... M4- garden and pecan. Stool $31,000. I

I'MII! I'11.1'll\.115. : ,,r \>rtiill.T. hilt, ...lark. N timing Ham M.rk. ,, .I'fcaa. '''....711., .. IRON PROBI.KMST: Root f Illh %'i..<..'".-..\,'..-', I'kun ./.71L7R1 t1eAFURNITURE. l_ j >lFlorUund ",
Nrrdo hull 'lti-ki'l. I'kunv !WI-IIUll. llrhgIXI'MtllAIKIt T.'I, ,, atatotog. par ctotfc** and >p1ff ii Gr., ;.os.aaylimd. $1 .\\l7U. TI'rbgAIRSTREAM Now aadaad.
run giNid. HuJv I hi"tiga kalhraam. fUlor.a b*.a.o.' ......, ''781.1211: Iltlog raaai aaltaa.
.'.in'.... Ii II flpd, ll/k : : IIKI.P: anhkkrn tllRFr: : RfIIInowio.bik:. al Iran I I. your wat.r? fallRAIINIIT M,,,. LNav"iukg: 6/8 : : IfTI. 31l." pad ..1.... ...11...... I

,- (form plrklng up kam. ,\/('. l2S/.aalhj' : WATER: CONItlTIONINU > _w- ..i__. air caaditlaavd." ....... ..*Ifr.alalnvd. gsa aad .......*..., caackaaaad ', .
fKKtun., iithrr appl Pkon DH4-M253. llpd 6M.II : OF BRAD- RF.OICK: SAFE.A..FASTwith .....,. .. ..h... .... ..... BARGAIN Realty .-- i I '{
lOJTANDFOBrlDIllnlng: I I I IIll.l Phon ,1I".1-If3.! l,rhg tt/H TORI (l'NTY: for Ira. G.Bf. UbUti '..01 E. CENTER. II... SOI BaatkBtarha. ..
'HMXIIKIIPKTMi; : wafer ....,.... Na'bllga-"' V.p "...., pilla" IramAadrwa 473.35Vclg 0/10 &11.k. 3t3N.TptaAn."
.\ :>T, lire ..... .. Mil I. 11 Starke.PU.M47700 .
CI"11: I 1'nNlTio\ : II. Btlr **m* ** Pkamacyi< //YLR' i.,, I/* AI'RKlar :%I t
mum rh.ir. I'nllrrman must br Bradford ...... lacladtog .allUll.K.Prlval a. .ta oar alflt al 201 :N. Madlaaa Mark.. 6/t 3tpd .. d, ?*adr) la bold .oa.On. LilllonC.' Pearson r
par ,,1-rl. I...l brlwrrn I I" 1'uuntp .101. .......*. l squirt .. T.mpl Hlark. ...:..* M46S72. 6a2 ;;:,{tnH. H.M .. l.akiHanpta Open enSaturday REALTORBRANCH .. ,
Joel .nd> llriinki-r Its tIn unrmplot.d t\ nut ..I".. 20wrrkx .1k13 E:, N ..h........ ".... W'* alo. Hr..te. all : ..; :J.t ... %R-la. "' .21"'. rmn A.M. OFFICE

''..uth .id<* .ll.mptiin." I she high nchnnl |r.du. >t*, ,hlark. *. 6/N ", /rh. .....* al watr aallnra.FKF.K .. ,AtCOHOLICS Plume "46M"53.'/ 2ipd0/11, US Ml NORTH
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Itro.rdj; Phun. Illa.il'tl: iir and ntr rontlri.d of atilont v ANONYMOfSi PI..D. 9 46N94 Factory built > Mat, 4 LAWTEY.FwaIPA
|../ .|.'7H llrkgtf/H! 'onl.rt /1 1.. !Mat.r'.mplat \tontII'Iii: APARTMK.NT: ) : : TO GOOII IIOMI! :' i ar ,9644ISSTRACTOR .........L 'BTcii': BAL. r FridajRot.rd.r /j, blaycto. sIs. .1 l ...... WlihWta 2 .BR. Cn rte Cool BI.Skaded. Hanoewltk tot 'Iu.aaoe' t '= .
Euralohed.. bvdre.aa.ry. : ,. .., .. Large
: mrnl Mrrtl*., mat sad I Iew.PSI.. ----T.. S. ,11. ........ AU to '
....,k.. Iwld ,,,,".ho.I.) for .. rI.../' kag' w....... Mrraard. Nail grown, I'h.... 'tW.iiJJ. '"11AB9f1NE. HtaraaaJlaM.larakara. tot, oem ........... 6400.t 100' 1 174'. Price t. SellW.D Vary .-.1. ..-. remOrt I .
I 'HOTO I I CYCLES 1 $ \ rrniliratlua. llrkg' r/N .,.,*..,A'('.'1.1, lee one,, .473-2.1MV.! 6/N "' : ; r' .'al;tkaaaakaM. ....>a. Law 0 ..- ...... It ..""'" -----. r.ma.n lot.,..a.-. 1 {'. t:1: Jr} C
er.rUrrdMrr..r. Ilpdp ,aEP"'J>>t' .,..A.D Natt .., ----. motel to Lawtey'; _. '." .
.rauplr' / ta ....r.MI kept --, I
,!,No rklldr. .*... or ..... H30 ;1p, r.jF a Tt: .trti .r H .1 N i ..".d.t e .d."""'I: >adirl.'raad; by H..mocR1 IT*| paakry ..........., ao.. with. I ..Roo.. 2 Seta.Home. BR.il/1 ......r-. to ', ,, ".. !

T.mpl.. Murk. .h... *64727n. !MIIK'PHF.HH< : : ItOfii; Pall t1. ". .....11.. u. 'r..J.P.. :; ......\ 9644713: baa woo .1' If yen "n.." aeoetorg walkingdletance. te tewnfnrnfabed
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: I I..If kg 1111 ,.'i ..... .,.. 11........."' ...." ., M......d1tpd ., tamporataraMtral and well bull
"I''/I Klor. >" IRKE, : > ur ( :.1,14. I it." I ttf* :. mal, Ire I* .... far anch axtlaa, rma If do.lred.
.u.hll.l.d "fy/uki dralrr, I I .._. with ...*.d paid: '!!. ad JI.t:.!f1Hle!! -----, --...--... Lm. MW ......... ..... ken** ....I'. Cal and mak. "',IIIJO.
I'hnn NI4llimi.. Illlll Ninth! IIri"t-:. ,.!/"list .'""... 7N2-3INW.' Itpd "/HI WORK Largo ATKHrRONT LAKE 1 I.a .1 .. ...III.-eoa' .n appetotment to eo tkl. ----
F ...... 4 bath brick CHAbvJUto
Walnut :in| nnulhn,, ( ar moll J.".. ; Mark* '' .ll'chu bac1-Mad" 5 ..... 04&0*. ,
., Mania! tl-5230.'. .Nut al Stark, al/r poroont.Lewtoy
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I r Union Cmiinit.y Ads J I 2&4''! tllS Ralph Bryan Land ,fee .....", ...). 1 .... ,boyar' ........
I .at*. 10 acre, 30 acre. 40Hamplan -----
I 'SALE Real Estate1117N.TowpiaAt. ....... 3 .........."' -....en I IS

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LAKE HAMPTON OAKSit 1 .traitorPka
:INSURANCE 'jI lP'W H.TtQ I : SALE :: and parcel .. E.ito. .d..e MINI-STORAGE 9644744 ---- -
FOR : EQIt I U'U 1 *....7700 2-.tory. 4 ... 1 ./ bomb
And wff --US-SOI. Biaallful.. "......P.t11am bleak. CH/A __... ret.4OiM .
...1....... and private 627,: 'S. ,Water St. 8R M W..,24 auras 1.000 ....Rail E..... pond en fenced 4
INS! 11.\'\C..: Hih.,.. .In. l')1111IT1 HDRIICKNIIMMSKTII :. : \IN: I kill. 111'x5! -It \\ HI SINKS: PROPKKTV, : .c describes this aawlydvlapd ISIS< 100,At Laura SOStar.ke ft. ........., .. .."....., ."..." cm 037,500.t .
nuranri Agency .'....*". \ | | "'" JOH II HMMI ""11.0. 'J.T. .... ..tilal.. .' !Hi.i I.... "..Id......._.. .8mO .. 1 baUdlaga. .. 2SOO.. Evan. B64M76PoarlAadrow -----
and llal.r Hank. Building, ..1IMl'lMENTt'' : : Parrl-di.. ran .IHM-3IIM."" ,12.1llpd II....". Teresa n.gatiablr.: *. n..1! Stark. Call. Jaa --" -- '..t B.... brlok. CB/A.
I'!:'=.L..% poke. Huller H/1.1.: J.ee"N,1'.bcr. R..".... ..!III. M. U..... R."..". LakeBailor ;: 964-8286 WE HAVE LOTS AND A.walot.964.7730* I I ........., ban,S ncrea.656M .
"" ; Kqaipnrnt: .. 6pratr ..; U, .. --. 2126 496-2126. WITH
rAr7n: lir"n.yrib"f*?. Slam! --roO. I 'tI.3. I v ACREAGE Janat Surlag | IS ..... /70XH .
hr.. kr ropoosiblefur "' - f w'rFIBERGLASS' riNANCINGI ,
t.1: muM OWNER
Imm.dial+ rovfrag*, 1n IIIMi I. XRII. lit a roe rail 'K..ut: :. Timbk-rlaad. >. A........ 78248M acng-bam.dls. '
naniloilo' and nobly CAMPER, RtntalUnit.StU. --- -- 6 eeke,
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i prrfr high Mbool ........*. ( NAI.Kt:, JaM 8.SIN .. Z read ..*.**. 6250' Pit.... M4- M/ ",l.\. ?' ..... 1176 aqnar ,.... FAULKNERREALTY 5 4/16 .....c 5...... US ,
1111\E:% IN..IR, \NCrirAC1 -. minimum agr I IN.;', with. pr.- !',('.I. ....w.. ..... 1"'TnHJII"Iut:" : : 7sU././.4Ubg 6/29 '' : t.......... type ......., 301 N. Lawtey. 113,000.M .
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l.okv hut kcr 4WI-.1! 7H.Cumplnr tire, promotion drp.ad.at .: 6/H Itcbg. I ..shed Realtor 4M2I26.! AIR'S 1:ONDITION LR1. Storage CranUga a* U8-30I. Zaaodcammorclal. CQ 30,36..r.o'340' US 301
:ln_iiranr. !Hvrti.r' *. on I1111A| r.rtlllc.lloB far oW 12400 bin. Beat ./ .,. P..... r prkad I. Mil l lat Term*. f..,aoo. .
tanning plot "ANTItll: I.OIIKKKH: .. : !" Monlh' --- '
wp.rallng KALE: weed 941..5 6/S:2. 6lfttl p P"'i- / .u.,... -
I'OR .. ., Ilk. 2305 Temple
apply al total OalrrarkOntrr *" look sa..v.rlNvili ---.. DAY,EVE AWEEKENDB v ,
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or Canning Cnlr In. grale .1. In IMiNl! hoe over 2.1IW CUl'GMBER9.. iR'i.dE, 6X1 Q fUriit': Cvoatog.1: Stark.Florida Pbaaa T82-380S
1 I/L .if' i Iprl t tIN Lit* Oak.. loralfd .. the ,-p.1Kl. ,.a, oa.d yr.613.1 siBr..hlye. .>*. .'t. plu e.*r .WNI !'I". .per........ Morgaa Read.Pkaai '18 MonthlOX'IO Ralph. P.Bryoo [ Peel U.F....... '
Itri,' : U"II.. fnllnrum on "HI.' Kd. 1.16 I.I. In 146.3210. grat buy W27JI.6M al ., .'!. I., ,....h.*. Ml MT!' "Hr' :KTO : ......50..1. 6/R 2Uhg Roalt. ** B Realtor ;,1 I,;..
:: I.1.r. Oak.. H/IH/7N. Koval: Opportnnlly.Kmplo lipdl1IET .NOW : Jan V I .hr. ', 645065Jat r.l
: >*n Ith.. 'K.alt.r. 4M2I26FO! TOR"Ai.Ti:; 'iTJo 20 Month115k .,.. E.:.Dough'A.ooekl. I ... af city ...... an s THOMASREALTY
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Kv.ord n..k'3 hr,. to- It.. :3 ,... ald. II IM.' 4'.11..11II.! '' Kr.doaan..,. 714 l.alay.tt* Unit (644JS93OEORGE LR. DR. LargeUtcken.
I OPPORTUHITIESKKSI'OVSIHI.K i rumbrnl wool kp arrnral* ;17 !I.,1111 It. ,... J'' ...hJ...., ?41..7)2.. **.hg" .4$, Monthhone:984828S' S parabae sod '-
mlnut.. ....'U. ,.....,.. ...--- ,1aG1RAG1. \ ... ....11...... Ban PranaJtoFkraplMe.
malnuin+ doily ..n"'.. log." ". RIM" A/C salt and 6X1 North w..... St.Slarke .
and roll.r ..... mm.. age In.wilh ; :'' ALE:: Tkl.Halurday. FURNITURE : ? / carpet I.......... ',IJOO. 'I F......"JZOS1
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N sold /o-.... and oprralrrandy some ...b0larooreptrlrnth ......* slag al ll ::3t a.m., w* ar* REFINISHIHCHi. 9 Jed eB Hwy Voi"Nertb. fBR. I'I Formerly A J.Tbema*" "ovl.

and' .coafrrtlanrndlnrf drprad.nl upon I >! I'.A.rrrlifkatlon : vrllwg.. al.. frr.It11rM00. .*;: :J HK, I II.,... MOHII.K frame ...., RealEctate Iou NuA, .
% + /( 'D... I I. l.ik.Huilrr. and map)* dialog roam ...t. : .. Ill af qul.t Cemplately. larmokod. enappraxlmataly j,1
IIOMK acre .
'and' nurroiindlngara. plant' for, apply aprralingrannlng loralIfuirrach plan ..., mhr l II..... ales. rauniry lUing, no .p..t... h. ,' ... *->* e.r W!H DrillinoB < .Real ROMERtS.JRuRug. E."'* Brokor I _.. 0.. Acre 1..1.,1001. Smtb'S .,t." ,
PWanan buolneol.high 4 ......pr0.0..m'o rial"Wag |M, Warthmgton" Hprtago.l .* >6)f> .*>**. .. ..tBaTf>. ----- ---- _,'. Vn 'O h
profit I....... 4'sn Marl ,In center I.In.11.1.' or. loralrdI analogIVnt.r sad mlnr.' ..0......... .'...U... <1143/111.6121j.: : -.' 2"1hru6" A4NrthTamploAr' ,'''-.781.g"" 200 frentafe an Hwy Ml, Acme o. 100 A ,ou.f; iI ..."

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I 1:111.: I. Faat Rotaryprilling'Equipment
and9611..tsoh! mk.oUn.nl.I lam ohasi"" .... ., road
rlmpw.tvr:" 6/N { Limit*. 480t,,
ar dvlailo *rile and Inrludr bldg. 6/H llpdin .YARDWORK Jl ... I bask. 6rsrma k-' ',1'17
jlehg Hexfcja LONGCII 1 ..... ..,...... ,.
tour ph.... % \1. IU73. !Han Trimming < !: : In ..... ..". .' I
Jon. h.,. Hurbank.. I'., Lawn Raking Horn and BuOainc CENSED panelled. .........., Sslb'3o1 .:..,-. ...8. t
XIS61/llpd, 6//! ACRf.H:; .ta ......-.. .. "*R- Lawn Mowing Materials STATE. tocntton.priced. to...,enly. .
Nt 121.....,.. aiBeaKW at I.. Parking Lot .w. ..6)*.4>. fl.> Tkra ... 1 lit balk LR.DR. /11 JI00.83 ._____ Acre 111 ft.'rend. .
fOrt ,R : ByT.lanr. Iii, ,'...*.. CtoanupIPREE -WE BUILD-'*. ..... ......, ......* frenlagerrer .
Imt11111" o.ekh. | unlqu.mailing + Pumoa, abadad. .lot tdy ..,.. U Improvedpaalara. _. .. s N, ,
'p......"' Irr. R.ali.r.,45s4124.. ... Your' Plant Or OUT .i.'r... .bam. *an.I..a lingo 4B EM. late .< read BR. S ....._...... ''vac,

d.iaiU. Jim ':..'...th Rf: 6. TNII R K: \ I TIFI'L I .....rN Or' I.OTHi- -Build pow YOIIrLOI Or Ours .( -- ........*, 61, 50. par get.,, black hn**..,W, $. ..... "f(

Ho.ltt.1! |...klC'il. ; >. t'l, ""UIU: IIOMK: ...rr... Stt aIIMI a-. bam .to I... B..,.*,. Ham* j SUNIHNEACRES FREE ESTIMATES Nevy.A jjedSalesPortsService rrama baaa an I ... toooaalry. Aeaedate. ---- -
:32U.VSd/Ulln- U. ,'..n".'* ..b.b. .kirk. with owner. .llnanr....Prh-.d 4.7iT r vary, ,........lo. Irene L.FaalknorEvaalaga S Bury. tr... ready. to live ,
inlay ko..*. chili. Ii... .. K*|*, l/2'l 3/.. .1 arr. ,. [Remodeling Repairs 4-614t to. Te*> ....> t* doetrtb. *. ." ,
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: : : : HOI %E: '..11.. Huilrr. 1111 2i,d 4/H .)-::- 4. ...., high. a.d dry, paved I Ietraeta 314rM... anrpnrtflavaral -----
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CI.F.j\rRS.. : :. Kh helper r beeae, or yen Bay .Ilka enef SALE Sew l Installation' _____ ....* bee*. wMh CH/A ,.
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TELEGRAPH Julie,1076LAWTEY" 1'P\;,

F 'iii ,' ', ';' 'Senior Citizens .;.

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: Alex Morton suffered a
: : is the date Incomes, sUigl* person* 68 or over member
:t. July 1, 1OTS, heart attack After 10 days In the
i If income
file tax return gross
by Elizabeth Terry school buses in five must a .
tr.ns Joe from New
his son came '
';. Phone 7z-330 i. -. +.....,,,.... pilot atloni l be,ettecttve.: .School .18 p,7o0 p tyejlr 11I' more' avridowlerltaplt1Wthone Jersey hospital and'made pre arationitoaklf, ? 1..r
pwllt ) dependentcjllld .
," a JxMf do' Ii Without cost, for Ji.
: buses his father home with him so that Ale*
\ couple under 65
Mrs. Casey Obbal .t' 01 the elderly and M.7QO; manried
CHURCH ACTIVITIES' son-ln-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrrand transportation S-OfiO married, filing will have the supervision and ::11 i
afternoon 11I111/I/ Jointly, ; ,
the off-hour
Jacksonville, spent Sunday during ,
Mrs. Wm Wolfe and sons Billy and handicapped ever fib ($.430; needed for the rest of his'da)**q.: fID
with their parents,Mr!;sod M... ArlU throughout'the year, after student Jointly, one spouse underway'
CHURCH OF GODs Sunday School Danny of Cape Coral. beeD'deUvered to schools' and married,both,ppouwsoyer,6P8,200.( Negotiations are
10 a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs Wyolene Day ind son Keith ol Dob Ronnie McClellany'ofyVldalla: fca., have until time to return them horn again. s'.; ".i .>} t establishing a In multi-purpose Bradford County senior "t' ."
citizen center
8 p.m.. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7p.m. Jacksonville were Lucille visited his parent MrrSjtd Mrs. Le S A canveea of' Some local'cluh Aid and .
., YPE Friday at 7 p.m, guests of her mother, Mrs T.Ivey. McClellan on TlairadaJr.: ',. Communications with Mr. Tom revealed that all members{,were weltbelow' Our Homemakers Legal '
EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sunday her brother-in-law and sister, .'. Casey Bradford County SchoolSuperintendent ; the poverty. income. level of Recreation programs are functioning

School 10 a m., Worship Services 11 Mr. and Mrs. U.K. Brown Cynthia Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Sanders, has assured use $5,000 tors couple over 05 or dl abled. well.We had a distance call from
..m. and 7 p.m., Training Union 6pm. and Daniel. attended the High School Graduation Bradford Co. Senior Citizens Club, Of course, there are married couplesof long 90 who left
member Joe Stem senior ,
of Chlefland
7 Mrs. Susie Williams, ..
., Prayer Meeting Wednesday school bus will be assigned to 66 and over whose Income
tho week with her grandson and Exercises for their niece Miss that a Keystone Heights to go to live with his ,
spent LeAnne Davis of Lake take us to meet with our sister club In prescribes payment of Federal
p.m.Evergreen Church observed family Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly City, on son In Long Beach Miss Joe, who hadpolioat4yearsofageandworked..a'
Friday night.Ms. Green Cove Springs on June 27. Income Taxes. This booklet would "
homecoming on Sunday, After the Mrs. Jackie. Smith and son, of
them' If
Members of ''the Hampton' Senior help Immensely. you areInterested \
the weekend with Pauline tie tor'a and Teresa cool-burning fireman in the New York
had Auburndale spent
two ,
meal, they singing groupaThe Citizens will Join us. ,you can save money.. Write ,
Frampton Family of Starke, andthe her parents, Mr. and Mrs Hubbard Mr. and Mrs. David, DeVore enddaughter to Senator Stone,. U.S.' Senate Central Railroad accident was injured In ark
of Lake Hurley. Other guests for Sunday Angle, and Mrs. Linda automobile anq broke hla'right
Blue Grass Prophets the Washington, D.C. zosio. '
booklet by
Butler. The Church was 91 years old dinner were their son and daughter Adkins, spent Saturday night with Mr. A prepared United Special States hip a few years ago. Since then t".
in-IawMr., and Mrs. Joe Harley and and Mrs. John DeVore and son Scot; Committee on he has labored mightilywith< a '
today.FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Radio family and their son-ln-law and of Atlanta.Sunday they with John and Senate, was sent to me by Senator OlderAmericans Our beloved Treasurer Emma. walker. Now his leg with polio Oeftl.. ", I\
Program on WPXE at 8 aim Sunday daughter Mr. and Mrs. Wayne son Scot, went to Chattanooga Tennto Stone. Entitled; "Protecting of Morton died. of leukemia. One has given out. lie is.now confined: to a tr .l\

Bible School 10 a.m., Worship Massey and family. Lookout Mountain and Rock City. Taxes"Against It Overpayment is a usefuldocUmenL moment of silent prayer was offered wheelchair Yet Joe Is a verygrateful
Services 11 a.m. and 6-30: p.m., Mr, and Mrs. Hermie Kelly spent John and Scott returned to Atlanta. Income for ,example on basic for:, the repose of her,soul Honorary cheerful person.. Good luck
Prayer Meeting on Wednesday at 6.30: the week at Florida Conference of Sunday night in Memphis, Tenn., < Joe!
United Methodist Church at Monday they went to CracevUle to ., .. All out to our next meeting June 13,
p.m.FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: Lakeland. They were guests of Miss visit Elvis Prelle,'l home and We will discuss plans for our trip to

Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Worship Catherine Young while there. era veelte. Monday afternoon to Little jDemo to Elect' fit tie Cltairman" Green Cove Springs We will have. a
Services II a m. and 7:30: p.m., Mrs. Charles Stevens and sons of Rock and Hot Springs Ark., and tour .. rollicking time.

Training Union 6'30: p.m., Prayer Jacksonville, visited her aunt Mrs. the Hot Springs National Park Bradford unexpired term of Vernon E. Olin Joe Kerrigan'FLORIDA
Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 pm. Lucille T Ivey, and her cousins Mr. Monday night they spent the night at The County Democratic who resigned this position upon
Our Revival Meeting will be and Mrs. D.It. Brown, Cynthia and Lake Catherine State Psek. Tuesday Executive Committee will meet announcing' a candidate for the
Monday June 12th through Saturday Daniel. they went through Louisiana and from tonight (Thursday) at 7:30 p.m. In the County School Board. i
June 17th. Services will begin at 7:30: Mr. and Mrs: Carl Norman and sons there to Jackson .MI..., and to County Commission room of the new
nightly. Visiting speaker will be spent the weekend with their cousins Vicksburg, Miss., and toured the Civil courthouse. Vice Chairman Lillian Pearson will
Brother Ray Lindsey. Pastor of East Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith and family War Battlefield and Cemetery They Main purpose of the meeting will be preside, THEATRECall
Sligh Baptist Church, of Tampa. of Seville. came back through Mobile, Ala. They to elect new chairman: to fill out the 4 Walnut
Brother Lindsey Is well known Mrs Seeb Andrews of wildwood visited in Fort Walton Beach and Starke 064-5451
throughout the Southeastern States asa was a Sunday overnight guest of her Panama Citv. \... 11 ____. .. : ..___ b
Bible Conference Speaker and as an parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore. 1 III Fri.Thru Tues.
Evangelist. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wilkerson Mrs. Ronnie McClellan and sons

Brother Lindsey has pastored and Mrs. nettle Carter, were Sunday Darren and Paul, of Vldalla Ga., \ 'i'
churches In Virginia Alabama, dinner guests of their parents, Mr. spent the weekend with her parent "ONEOFTHE

Tennessee, and Florida, god is and Mrs Roue Prevatt. Mr. and Mrs Max Sweat of Raiford, BESTPICl'URES' : :,.
blessing Brother Llndsey's Ministry Mr and Mrs. Frederick Prescott, and Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan. :',I Ii I
in his present pastorate. Their and Mr and Mrs. Vaughan Prescott .; He Will Apprlclate A Gift To Make His Work Easier & Give Him .OF THE YEAR. "

average attendance per Sunday Is and family, of Kingsley Lake More Leisure Wave Cowered Prlc'.1 Especially For Fathers Day fIMEMAGAZINE \

about 475.Pastor. attended Home Coming at Evergreen GIRL SCOUT NEWSGirl Gift'
David R. Brown and Baptist Church on Sunday. Buying i
extend DeWayne Mnsley and Jeanne and I *
congregation a personal
Invitation to you your friends, and all Darlene, were Saturday dinner guests f \ I SAVE ON A WEEP EATER i I
former members to attend the of their grandparents Mr. and Mrs Scout troops are having their:
Services. Dinner will be served after lx>nnie Teuton. final meetings for this school year, \
the Morning Services on Sunday June Dana Wilklnon, daughter of Mr.and' most of which are fun activities. Last >9 The Fast Easy.Way To Trim & Edge'The' ,
Mrs. Daniel Wilkison of Jacksonville, week Troop 311 with their leadenJudy *
18th.GRACE with her and Elizabeth Younta metal ModeI307Reg.: "19" -17
UNITED METHODIST) spent Friday to Monday Dukes ;, S .
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Middle School for the Nature [PQ
Sunday School 9:45: a m Worship grandparents, \t
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Wllkison Walk and then cooked .hotdogs at Qenuine .. :., $3'488 ,,
Methodist Youth Fellowship at 6:30p Miss Billie Doreen Wilson returned Westslde Park. Saturday Troops 683 s f Reg: W I.' ;
.m. on Sunday night. Choir Practice home from a visit with her sister, and 690 with their leaders Andrea WEED EATER '. I
Wednesday at 7:15: p.m. Mrs Jacqueline Linen, of Sumter, Abrams and Debbie Purvis spent the, 301. DRIVE I IN
Saturday June 3, the Young Adults S.C and her friend Miss day at Neyati where they enjoyed. EDOER-MOWER NV"! Model 507 Reov 69" OO 301 South
of Grace United Methodist Church Swatchworth in Louisville, Ke. everything but the rain. I I

had a barbecue and fellowship Mrs Laura Manning of ,*6995Mode407 jStarke 9 964.7484_
evening at the home of Robert and Birmingham, Ala, Is spending They learned to fold the flag, hold a Model 687 Rep. 79" --- I

Jeannie Lee. A special thank you to sometime with her brother-in-law and ceremony, tie a square knot, made a FRI:SAT ..
the Lees for their hospitality and slster.l\lr.and Mrs Harry Wilkerson. bandage and sling use pocket knife .,

smoked turkey. By a unanimous Terry Kytch,of Jacksonville Beach, correctly, made a walking salad WHEEL Fonda <
decision a social gathering of the came after his aunt Miss Elizabeth rubbings, and played games. Sixteen HIGH Henry,, n; ,
Young Adults will Be held monthly Terry on Wednesday afternoon and scouts attended, the leaders were'' -w In
Come on out-its fun to be a Christian. she visited with them until Friday assisted by Senior' Scouts Patty MOWERSBuilt ,
Sunday night the Methodist Youth morning. lie and his driver, Richard Mullins and Cana Schmidt. THE
Fellowship met at the Church Ticket Odell left town on business Friday FUNNIEsT'l.
Sales for the spaghetti supper were morning and Mrs. Futch .and .sons, Last Wednesday Senior Troop 689 To Last, Rolls EasyHeavy Duty ,
discussed; only three weeks remain. brought their aunt home entertained Cadette Troop 520 at the I'
Tickets are $.SO each. The money Mrs Vernon Starling and Mrs. Methodist Church. Patty Mullins Ball Bearings.Enclose Belt. YOU'VE EVER, ..
raised will be used to take the youthon Charles Starling were recent guestsof explained the activates ,of Senior SEENI ,-. -.
day trips this summer. Plans are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Scouting and showed the uniform and Adjustable Cuttingeight.( .
already being made for trips-to the Hardee pins and aide bars. Betsy Yawn told
Jacksonville Zoo, Planetarium, also Itev. Will Wright. attended the about Opportunities for Seniors and Commercial 1 Quality
roller skating bowling and many Annual Conference, of the United Cadettes and showed puppets used In
other special events. Don't sit at Methodist Church of Lakeland. He the puppet shows their service NOW ON SALENo.
home come be a part of what the Lord was appointed for another year to project for the community. Punch and

has to offer. nerve the Grace United Methodist cookies were enjoyed 'by. everyone 416 Push Model 21" Cut $24598.
To those who missed the Sunday Church of Lawtey. He has been before their closing.
night meeting the rest of us went to elected president of the Bradford 4 HP. B&S EngineReg.269M
the movies in Starke. The Lord County Ministerial Alliance. With most troops finished with their *95'
always provides a place to go and Mrs. Marian Hall of Jacksonville meetings it Is really time to plan for No. 533 Push Model 24"Cut'' $289'

have fun If you have faith. Next spent the weekend with her sister Girl Scout Camp Neya'l. June 26 will 5 H.P B&S Engine Reg. 33981
meeting Sunday night June 11th at Mrs Hester Hicks. soon be here. We have space for girls .
8:30: p.m. Sharp. Mr and Mrs Steve Houser of at all levels and also openings for No. 533 Self( Propelled 24" Cut :; .. PLUS.
A Building Fund has been started to Gainesville were Sunday dinner staff. Deadline for registration will be 38895
raise money for Sunday School rooms /guests of Col. and Mrs. Wm Wilson June 17 either with me or Council. Fee 5 H.P. B&S Engine Reg. 44999BuyAHahnRider : "Crash"Sun.
that will double as a fellowship Hall Mrs Cora I lodges, of Jacksonville i Is $10 for scouts and $12 for non- ,
been the weekend with her sister scouts; At this time a bus may be
This is something that has long spent ---------------
needed In Lawtey. We need room to Mrs. Alma Anders They were Sunday provided from the Florida Bank
grow and do the Lords work For dinner /guests of their sisters, Mrs parking lot. There will be an $135 NOW Mon; Tues.. ;
more information or donations call Hester Hicks and Mrs. Marian Hall. additional small fee for this. '
Norman or Laurie Conti! 904 8191ur\ Now At .
the Parsonage 782-3HR1.\\ '. Come In And See The Many Advantages
HIGHLAND BAPTIST Sunday The saxophone wag Invented\ by 19th century Belgian .4 Of A HAHN- taiIJait.!
School 10 a.m. Worship Services tl Instrument maker Adolphe Sax.tfSfc d ]
a.m. and 6 pm? I'rajer Meeting Sealed All Gear Transaxle With, :
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. r .M. 2 Year Limited Warranty ,
LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday School 'I-.r..... Automotive Type Steering-
10 a.m., Worship Services a m. and r.
7:30 pm. Prayer Meeting _. 'I .Floating Front Axle For Smooth

Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Even Cutting ,
NORTIISIDE \PTIST: Sunday 1 If + Start $ 71 A9 5
1' 30" Cut 8 H.P. Recoil
School 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 I 1 51 R .SB
a.m. and 7 p.m.. Prayer Meeting Reg.854M
Wednesday 7pmSMYRNA Other Models Available ".Also At Savings 8 To 11 H.P., 26" & 30" Cut, I
MISSIONARY Electric Or Recoil Start. Limited Time Only PLUS.
BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 a.m.. ,
Worship Services II a m. and 7pm. 'Voluptuous'Vixen"

BTS 5:45: p.m.\ Prayer Meeting AUTHORIZED POULAN ,SAW DEALER
Wednesday at 7 p.m.f" I

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Mr. and PERSONALS Mrs Jimmy Gnann GARDEN NURSERY CENTER Now Opened Five Days At

entertained honoring their at son.a Barry birthday on his party 20th ONTROL 539 E. Call St Starke. Fin, The Florida Theatre And

Birthday on Saturday. It was a a tetwtat co .
Weiner Roast and there were 31 Phone 964-5745 301 Drive In.

present. They played several games
and everybody enjoyed it all:
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Clayton and ? I

son Monday.Tom.Memorial of Jacksonville Day, with spent their 4SIZE OUR PRICE F.E.T. .
mother, Mrs. C.It. Crews, to help. her DONATIONS For Frolic 78"The
$64.15 12.51
celebrate her Birthday 195.11
Miss Elizabeth Terry visited her .' FR I1 71.52 2.802.7S North East Saddle blub Assoc.. Held Their Annual .Frolics ( Games &

sister Gainesville Mrs.Monday C.E. Strickland to Wednesdaymorning. of a 205.1)GRIT $89,42 77.76 2.95 'Barrel. Racing1)) April. 22, 1978 ,Home Town Club : Bradford Roping Club.

Monday.dinner Mrs.guest.Wester They was attendedthe their ,4 215.11 N $75.49 21.03 :3,02IlR :1.07 ." Thanks. To'The .Following :: .. :. .' .' r if'.

Senior Citizens Service and dinnerat 173.44 2.1t ,...

North Central Baptist Church The 205-IS 73.65 U2r Crilfl; Caatr..Ual. jth., .1 ,,:.! ,
Senior Adults had Choir Practice r t GR 13 I Mr. aid Mr. Ok Brw. tar Flak A Mot Mark.tArckarTaaiar Carald (
45q 177.86 3.13IIR : Sheriff Dalpfc. RaddlakAitativ FiMral Horn. Aad... J.*... ...". f
which was followed by a report of the 215.15 r .
H... Bal.. Klatr OUDooald
.. Part Cater: 0110'
60.20 3. *
Missionary Work In Peru given by 13 I M. H..., Farm B..ra*
Star Ocala M.t.n.
: ( ) T.rwIU.gar
Andrew CaMV Drag .
Brother Northcutt, who was on "i 225.13 r 361.23 :I.Z9US .....,.* Grery Stark. M.... Part C.J ll<\ 110..1.. Hipp Feed '
furlough and attending classes at JR-IS j a "'_.... Ait Mr..a M.; K..*.. Ell.... Hk Tracts Ce,
University of Florida. We then I, I4 230.15 192.69 :S.33 Aidrvwa Dreg 8tr ",TatMl'Brctkart LII......, LawtvyJackxi Hal. Tl ,.... -
enjoyed a meal prepared by all..the ib, 23.545 $9.43 ::1.51. N...*.'* P.....* Balldtef Supply! RAW W_".. .Egelp J1. /' '
la sea. f 3.5f .jr. Gdrkk Tlr Star. ,S...,'. Dtparlaant ";fetor Tk RIB* I. ,
Barry and Stacie Gnann children of LR I5 ; 100.00 : .....* BitUr F.... C...... C...... Bra, .(' ." 'r"? .Fat Boy i I t
Stark .*..... SipplySf Baldwli Ch.u: ..-Olds Arthur Ga.kla. )>
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gnann. were .7nC 'e/t D.. 4i J..k vwtr .
NfA2f.tlw TNkYM11 .'. F... Stan ,Hallday In Gull .q' Gary w "
Saturday overnight guests of Mr. and NOD -lNNEEDEDBAUN EOF EE 01........ F.... Day.. Tkanaa Aitft,Part -j.f{. Stark. PaUt' Caiwr ".:V.
Mrs. Toni Esposita of Middlcburg. ....acll.. M.at Market. r...' Balk at Stark Jo'," ," 'C."I .
attended both services at SALE E OS'JUN' ,, I' :. ASK Fd Star.
and they Plr*.> hardy PA AU. *, at. Law AK Faad Star ,
Trinity Baptist Church, In G-.. Ratort ]........., I...' Aia H..'......*; ;." 't + T..1 o.a*' *
on Sunday.Mr. Edward WUHaaaa Padry Shop '. t' St.tk.a.s Supply .
.and Mrs. Harold Eunice visited ,Rbrt BaK aad Tackle ......... F... 8t.rCiBiilty .' ...,,;' .1'.....,. Mvtiial Eteb11A1.
J kt ''
Auto 81. Slat Bank Bobby
J.E., Uardy *
and daughter-In-law. '. '
their son Eunice and her brother, .T*.. sad CiMMlry V_..." CUoJ. R.,', Gr...ry A Mal Market. Sap pa Faad Stir.D.Wkt .
and Mrs. Phil Ct JB*. FMraJJtauny H.., Ray Nar_. ..E.!!... Rely
Arthur Melton, of Graham, on eq. ..4 ...... .u..,*. ''Ilo .,'. Grwaria. '
Saturday.Mr. Startar Gaiarator:.. H.,..
BAM A lift A Mr 11'0 .
and Mrs. Glen Shuford andNancy ... .- "red( for 8v, rhT5eedrord Roptaa" ClubPSgSIIA
,and their mother, Mrs.Hester
V Hicks, spent last weekend with ,her

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