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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 29, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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lines of the world run Irian*, i because offered SINCE 1879 j
vifins, under his;.,m. You can see Betsy: Rosswthvjietrneedle. +;
ti\ freedom to the oppressed.'.,Lant many, things and ., You can see the lights of Christmas l and/;,

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J am ;Nathan Hale and Paul Revere I ,stood at where my? people worship God as they*think,>eat,,lam .

Lexington and fired the shot around the world. I amWashington a ballot dropped in a box, the road of a choir.in a "

Jefferson' and Patrick: Jlenl')'. I am cathedral. I am an editorial In a newspaper and*' The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

; John Paul, Jones the Green, Mountain Boys andDavy' letter to a. Congressman '- '>, i MUYwr E'TARKEFLO61DA Cents '' ,

;:: Crockett. I am Lee and Grant. Abe both Issue J rr' 'I'
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.Lincoln!" I am tit Whitney and Stephen Foster I am Tom ,
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:' I 'remember the Alamo the Maine and Pearl, Horace Greeley, Will ,Rogers and the Wright; + -
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jl Harbor.. When freedom'', called I answered and Brothers. I am George Washington Carver Daniel ,;-'Cnty Board F'ace '
Webster and Jonas Salk I am Longfellow i Harriet : -
"Stayed until it was over over there i left my heroic ,
Beacher Stowe Walt Whitman and Thomas Paine, ,.
;dead in Flanders Fields, on the rock of Corregidor. ,. j, .
the .bleak of Korea and in the : !
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Yes I am the nation, and these are the things thatI
jungle': Vietman.I am. I was conceived in freedom and God willing, ,

in Freedom I will spend the rest of my days. l' rCtQwded..Courth.Qu e
I am the Brooklyn: Brtdge.the wheat land Kansas ,, ijJ "

end thi' granite" hills of\'Vermont. am the coal: fields May I possess always the integrity the courage. .H .. :J r J;:"e,. ", r j:
;<( the Virginias and Pennsylvania the fertile lands and the unshackled thanexpected
strength to keep''myself ; tO/t: sooner
Much of conJocfCwIth thecourt"
"M f, ? the to solve the space problem and It's not to 'quite a bit
the West, the Golden Gate and the. Grand
", remain a citadel of freedom and a beacon of hope top i Bradford County Commission faces a I long before they, from county Judge fj\ i iIf
: Canvon. I urn Independence Hall, the Monitor and the world. "',' (,Mpace probsm in Us spacious new" ElzieSandersdownto the secretaries: the' parole and probation office

the Mcrrimac.I W.ooo squar.*.loot courthouae as the indicate they feel space,occupied by was soNHwhere across town from the
Battle kttariMy and public defender the Parole and Probation Commission courthouse,''It would be about half as
I hil' I Iy' jockey for position In *"move whichjnay should be the first to go There is no efficient. Bloodworth savs, B feic '
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um / sprawl from the to the | oust ,the;.probation and parole law requiring counties to furnish such inside the courthouse enables officers: I Ito
Pacific.. my arms reach to embrace Alaska and 1 office. space. Only 14 counties furnish court. make court appearances' but still
Hawaii.. .. 3, million square:miles throbbing with 1 f. The new building on US-301 la north house space to the Parole Commission get back I* do"their office work con
industry. I um. more than 5 million farms. I amlorest. fiSlMke was supposed to last 20 years. now. veniently.
|County officials moved ,Into,the newmillion The county commission's answer Bradford '" caught In the
field, mountains and desert I
am quiet pans
dollar courthouse the week of was to divide up the grand Jury room same growing as a lot of
iUuKt's nd't-itie that never sleep. k October 21. I960. Lest than nine years Into office space. The commission, so growing ....,"tlel."" Bioodworlh lays.
I later the new' building ,Is filled,almost far. has not requested the parole adding he'. glad M-. not \bi the, position
----------..----.-- -. -'---- ..- ---- -. '.to. capacity, .. "" 'office to move out.Commissioners of allocating l \ space
Veteran Commissioner George, point to the eight Bloodworth points out his office has
,Y-; -Roberts was. defeated in 19M! as the prison Inmates now working for the offered 1o pay rent if that is, ,what' it
board made the difficult decision over'\ county Road Department free of takes to stay In the courthouse. >,
where to place the new courthouse. charge and to the landscaping Job the "We've enjoyed being here. 'It's
i Roberts was a lame duck when the L:" prison) system did at the new courthouse certainly: been' a very convenient
,final critical 3-2 vote came to build the free of charge situation But I realize as growthIt -
,;new courthouse on the: so-called ._ '
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American Temple Avenue Legion, Commissioner site, on North Dave, Seemed;; )luge flack In 1966'j j

Shuford moved for the site Roberta:,'
seconded. and Chairman, 'Jerome''"a I "If we have a new courthouse we won't have to worry about expansion for a

'Johns sided with them ,to build theItew long tlme.-Mrs.. Jesse Ctiaitain said.
,r r #' [ courthouse where It II.' : "Some board In the future will" commissioner'' George. Roberts replied.
e The 1966 'commiwion .wlthstood "How long has this one lasted?
t 'heavy pressure to keep the courthouse "Thirty-three years, after the last addition" clerk Charles Darby Informed
'In downtown Starke where old court- the commission
pry house the1 National That was the way It was thought to be back In July 1966 when the "new"Bradford
now on Regtatry
'I County courthouse was still Iin the planning .tag ..
of Historical) ;
Sites is located. They,
opted Instead for the comparatively Today... Just nine years after the new- 33.000. square foot building was (
site the completed on US-301 north the county commission Is again faced with a court
spacious l>acre county pur-

1 < phased! from its American, Legion:, }))louse apa problem, _____.__________ _
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; *There. Is apace aplenty to.xpand'znesgtrthouse JUdge! Theron Yawn, now chief of' occurs we nay have to move," Blood-
.but the present County! the Eighth Judicial Circuit, head- worth says."Meantime. (
r S eommisstoahopee it won't have to do quartered Alachua County, has sent we're keeping our eyes
i It for: ,ome time &' > word he doesn't want the grand Jury and ears open hoping to find a \
"Ironically.1 the same Commissioner solution all." .
room changed. The legal section for .
Carne Roberts' who, fought with' points out the grand Jury Is setup There' Is some'- unoccupied and '
;SPubk'd and Johns for the present for a specific rpom, with self relatively little U\led"lpace In the
cues site.'4S ion-.the griddle', reatrodms.purpose,so Juries can be.squvatasej second story legal section besides the ,' tiSolar .
+ga s .Chalr.mi: \ht.I 'oqooa -contained. : for lung period.ItJOUt.' / grandjury,, tram .tawIInWM.\ '
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i" r foelail ; when the new courthouse was county clerk Brown I ,
51 ,can be found edge it currently
ye tl space and was the chief of the hearing room next to
those wMo ''should be homed, the planner used auditors There
'In. second story legal section.:( The legal being by state i
,courthotM/ ?. section(Is housed better In little Brad are several scattered hearing rooms
Thought the county commissioners ford than In Alachua County very Infrequently In UM at the same
may not-be ready to make it, that attornies County who visit here. time There ia a large conferenceroom
choice lueshem./ say Inside the zoning and land use
Today, the five member state The unresolved argument has left office. which: Is a space originally intended
attorney's staff crammed Into 400 Parole and Probation Commission for the state attorney's office/
square feet Is looking for over l.ooo. A officer Jim Bloodworth feeling boxed when he visited the courthouse for
entative of the state attorney'soffice In."I court terms.It .
will probably be at the July 10 1 hope we're not put In /the positionof has been suggested the large
county commission meeting to having to pitch a tent on the court storage room on the first floor could
persuade (the board It must allocate house lawn.' Bloodworth says. be utilized for office space, that such:
that space.71te The Parole Commission is pursuing space Inside the courthouse is loo
public defender of the Eighth several avenues so it won't be caught costly to be used for storage. But If the
Circuit, whose original Bradford flatfooted Bloodworth says. storage room is utilized for offices, a '
courthouse apace Is now occupied by Bloodworth points out his office storage building would have to be
the state attorney's staff Is also deals with the clerk of the circuit built and air-conditioned for records
till, looking for office space In the Bradford court the sheriff the public defender required by law to be kept such as
r vhu courthouse for four staffers. and the state attorney, which adds up voting records. y
_ _ _ Public Defender Alan Parla piano's
1"y Arf new budget of $855,913, up 63 percent I j
from last year's $403,000, Includes
$88.000 to establish a branch office in Energy Units
the local courthouse
{rBy law (Chapter 27.34 Florida
Statutes, the county commission is "
W ., required to house the state attorney *
and public defender In the courthouse Be Built <
or pay for office space and all .May
ancillary services elsewhere.
Therein lies the county com

Girl Scouts Have Ball at Kingsley Lake mission's current dilemma.
A solution acceptable to all parties
the county commission, the legal South of Hampton
l-\cruet! .Muck uith nothing to dqon) :Neighborhood Girl Scout found Eavas?.an American Beauty plant section, and the parole office has yet
In.i ./\IIU' <11.Tht'. Bradford,, -I'mon plenty to do at Camp Neyatl, on emphasizing that the berries of the to*, be' i found. The problem will I
,; Kingsley Lake, where the girls will be plant are poisonous. Schatz and the probably be broached again at the upcoming
, swimming hiking, and doing a little 'Cadettes leader planted corn and oats July 10 commission meeting Bradford County may become the would be no use of polluting chemicals
I Im r,: hit of every kind of camp.activity until in the woods of the camp for deer and r f People In the legal section: all agree site for manufacture of solar energy or other undesirable environmental.
units If outlined effects In making the units.
,, tomorrow, June 30. other wildlife. Hunting Is not allowedin the collector plans by an
faster
: ::-, cowt'system can operate for reclassification at the Alter showing. their interest In the
owned and
to which the Camp Blanding and with the state
" The trip Neyatl. began more.efficlently County Zoning Board meeting project by asking numerous
';\Iorllla)'. June 26. Involved scouts of managed girl scout relief attorney In the courthouse, preferably Tuesday night materialize questions, the board approved the advertising
The water from the
was great
all ages from Lawtey. Starke and on the second floor where the legal and set
request a on
hearing
Reno. Five troops were representedby heat of the day, as lifeguard Ramona section is now housed. All criminal Philip A. Savlll a former student at the rezoning for Its July 25 meeting
Pixies. Brownies. Flv-ups; Girl Jordan and the Fly-ups can testify. complaints of any nature felonies, the University of Florida solar energy The board approved four toning
:I\ Scouts Cadettes, and Seniors, Denver,a local Golden Retrelver who misdemeanors Juvenile matters research center and a resident on SR- changes, previously advertised, .
'I. {j Nr ranging In age from pre-school, to' comes to visit whenever he hears the traffic offense, prison offenses, 235 m miles south of Hampton, which will be handed to the County I
Monday.July'3 scouts, stayed In the water about 90
eleventh grade. worthless checks: : eventually must applied forpermission to advertise a Commission for final at Its
6 The Cadettes and Seniors spent the per cent of the time, proving thatman's be handled by the state attorney public hearing on recltssifyina his July 10 meeting postponed approval from

BC Commission night at the camp Wednesday,'along most people best friend think.Is a lot smarter than :The case load Is expected to reach property (the former Farkas place) July 3 because of the Fourth of July

Postponed to with Unit Leaders and assistant Scout Valerie Rudolph doesn't mind l.OOO this year. There were 303 felony from Exclusive'Agriculture to MS holiday.Approved.
'.' July 10, leaders. getting gooey hands making bread cases and 489 misdemeanors In 1977. permitting assembly and sale of the were: .
; t:30a.m.: Clockwise from top left Scout dough, shoe polish, and glue clay. The Filed cases do not reflect all of the solar units. Emory W. Duncan S acres west of
.r County Courthouse Karen Kimutls' T-shirt tells how the finished products of bowls and pottery case load of the state attorney since Savill said he was in partnership LawteyleU of Road 125, from, EA to I
Will B* Closed girls feel about the organization that were well worth the> mess at the some cases are examined and found with Web Farber son of -Dr. Eric OR. '
m :' most of them have been In for years. beginning.\ legally insufficient to file. Farber, director of the Solar energy James W. Robinson :Slots In Santa j
V- ; 'Tu.sday.'July1s. \ Camp Blanding wildlife manager Jim. .:The state attorney's office, which and research center at the Universityof Fe Shores, from BA (business), to RIC ,
Schatz shows Cadettes. Julie Wise Bradford Florida, where the units were (residential '"
', was established fulltlme In the
i. July" '. rr'r' : Michelle Kimutls,,. and. Carmen Quiet FourthSet courthouse In July 1977 bandied designed and tested at the UF solar O.K. Ely 4.8 acres, one-fourth mile I
x'. ,, Celebrations' MO walk-in problems and complaints house Gainesville, north of U.S. 301 (old 301 Motel) from i
.", <>.', "".;:' In Raiford .", 1 from citizens from July 1975 to July Savill said the original units RIB to R-3 to permit addition of four
sS ,. and < .. Early Deadline For County 1976 and 830 from July 1978 to June handled here would be for water new units I
; Keystone. Heights 177.t heating only with cooling'units Mrs. Donald W. Furrow, 20.000 '
"J" 'He of It will be a quiet Fourth of July In -In addition the Juvenile case load farther into the future. He said that square feet on Rising Road, wed of i I
{ > C.lebrano", ', ;' Set next WeekDue '
Bradford,. .F ,, Bradford County this year.plans for will be transferred to Bradford cost of converting an existing lank Starke from RIB to R-3 to permit
j--, : Planned by a parade and events at the fairgrounds 'County. The Juvenile case load was from electric to solar would be about grooming' shop In connection
I>/>; "' Council to,the Fourth of July'fallinjon did not materialize.The MS in 1977. $750. The cost if necessary to change kennels \
.' Starke Tuesday next week, the Telegraph, Chamber of .Commerce >The public defender's office Is also tank, would be approximately $1,250'and James M'Bra .: M.aN sq. pet'I I
"t.lf" Postponed to asks that news items and correspondence ,reported efforts to get civic groups directly Involved In many court cases a complete heating cooling'sn d north of Dairy BAato j /I :
>.. ,: '! ;AJuiy11.7:30p.m.'W.dn.sday.July.'. for the July 6 Issue be deliveredto Interested in Independence Day where the defendant Is Indigent. That hot water system available in the Hampton, from OR to p e '
," S /the newspaper office Monday,9 activities did not bring any response. 'office also wants space In the court- future would be approximately operation of an auto repair', shop I (
pm" For' those people" Interested In I iMuae, preferably in the second story 17,500. Under new'' business, the board ,I
Lawtey Council ,\ The Mondays p.m.,"deadline; for1 celebrating the holiday from ]lepeecton.tHW. : Savill who has lived In the county, gr.nted permission to advertise for I
', ; {. ":30 ,.",. next week only has been set for news home areas away larmlnlacUvlti. have,expectations the board about three years, said the plant' hearings filed by. Savtfl., (see above l
,; .. !Items classified advertising, and .surrounding ,Country Day win, find Public would start with some 1* employees and: 1
"crol'm display advertising. The Telegraph''' events in Keystone Heights. dedication Defender Alan Parlaplano:t: from his expanding eventually to around 40. He Wayne L. Alldredge 'property I'' !
; will be published Thursday morning of Ralford Community Center, Gainesville office. Pal plano plans said the operation would need a 5,000 thro-fourths of a mile notfit of
thr'CQammuutty( next week as usual. chicken pileau dinner and fireworks; to send few experienced staffers, two square foot building for office space Stsrke.west of SR-18, from RlC to BA I
>gtut'",,,1I innh The Telegraph office will be closed and a weekend full of events at.Stephen attocnletv,, aft- Investigatorand. a' design work, and !testing, and that he to provide, proper sorts* '.for ,auto i
next Tuesday,July 4, but will be open Fowler Center'near White secretary to the Bradford courthouse,' and Farber hope to break ground repair''shop "which Is' now gramt- I L
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M'.n lewN 130t '
:; 'w.wr evf 'for business as usual Monday, July 3. Springs. (See stories elsewhere this f'" within two months. fathered In'! on non- 6nftIDC' : ,

f t j* ,1"'"'A'''fl anN/leMMNewa. and Wednesday July 5. pupa',), Ask anyone in the legal section bow Seville assured, the, ,board there property, L



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Personnel ApprovedFor ;j "r' f He y bad Loves things In life that I em and, Leaves r 9em"Th t er ,

_.__ couldn't afford so I married them to "
get those thing" ,
Summer School Minton Lynn Jones 31, currently
rrI Bradford County jail/ under .io, 13 f ,
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bond for grand theft of a rototitler
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from Fred Jobnaoo In Bradford + d
Back to basics for K-. and high Approved were one teacher at County, views his 13, or nine, or J7
school credit programs personnel for Brooker and Hampton Elementary 'r wives from a practical perspective)
a five week summer program wen two teachers at Lawtey Elementary I Investigations by Bradford Sheriffs
approved by the Bradford County three teachers each at South aide ana official ahow that Jones Is currently
School Board during a special Starke Elementary and seven married to three women with six i it
meeting Monday June 26. teachers at Bradford Middle School. divorces on the record. Jones,
Beginning July 10 and ending Also approved were agriculture ... however said that he's had 13, and i
August II the summer program for physical education Job entry D.C.T. after pausing for a moment decided t
students who have been retained will and remedial math and remedial that the number could run as high as
be held at each elementary school In English programs for the high school. %7.
the county and at Bradford Middle Board member Arthur Gasklns Arraigned<< Monday on the grand _
School. praised the high school summer theft charges, Jones pleaded not
Superintendent Tom Casey said the employment outlines presented to the ," guilty on the advice of his tawyerspublic _
students will be pre-tested and post- board and asked for a follow-up to see defender Tom J. Farluuh of
tested. Promotion to the next grade at if they are followed. ". Gainesville. The court date .Is set for
the end of the five-week summer r July 31. Jones was caught by Brad-
session is not automatic but based on Business Auto Tag ford lawmen after a high speed chase.
tests given at the end of the program. : covering several counties.
Casey said the summer students Farluuh has advised Jones to ee a .r
will earn FTE units and the ratio will Deadline June 30 psychiatrist before the court dale
be one teacher per 13 students. since, according to Assistant State
Friday June 30. Is the deadline for v Attorney Tom Elwell. there Is some
businesses companies, and question as to whether he Is legally
THE BRADFORD organizations to purchase license tags competent to handle the consequencesof
OVNTY TELEGRAPH for their vehicles, according to pleading( guilty. Grand Theft can I
Information from the tax collector's bring up to five years, and Jones was
Published every Thursday office. + prepared to plead guilty at the .\
at IIS W.Call Street Individuals have until the end of arraignment. He was in a Jacksonville
8Urke Florida 32011 their birth month to purchase tags for State Senator "Buddy" MacKaywho mental institution a few years ; ,, '
their own can and trucks but state serves Bradford. and II'' other .'1) 'c
Second Class postage paid law still requires businesses and counties In north Florida has quietly ago.When It' .. .'
at Starke. FloridaSubscription organizations to purchase tags during aaaomtced he will run for reelectionto asked If all of the pre-trial ;:!
: Rates: the month of June. the BIt.ate.MacKay. publicity would hurt his case Jones "I never smile"says Mlnton Lynn Jones, but after the photo session a. traceof
In trade area $7 prr Hunting, fishing, and boat licenses said that he bad faith that the courts a grin came from behind the Bradford County jailhouse bars.A .
14 six month must also be purchased by June 20, "will find honest Jurors that will only
year; according to Kelly.All to Ran judge me from the evidence presented 47-year old'woman, who owned a my clothes CBs, other people's
Outside trade area 11M togs and licenses may be Involving the one charge against me." $65.000 home and lots of property, was pocketbooks you name it, Mamie
per years $..50.111 month purchased at the tax collector's office. Jones spoke openly about his life and Jones' next 'victim.' The self-pro stole It." Mamie, along with Darlene
-- For Re-electiqin marriage habits from his tossed bigamist did not live with has filed a complaint against Jones.
Bradford jail afternoon.A either of his first two wives more than Darlene still, visits Jones in jail
Dwight slatersFoo' United International: story was six months. bringing cigarettes. She is living in
District five State Senator Kenneth recently run on Jones that appeared in Years passed and l the marriages Starke. Jones lived with Darlene
& Seat (Buddy) MacKay D-OCala. has,told the Florida Times-Union. piled up. According gmarried to his own count, three days before leaving and taking
reporters he will again run far reelection The Minton Iynnjones story begins Jones has four go-go girls her car. ,
to the Florida Senate this fall. In Jacksonville where his father died several prostitutes, and numerous The 14-year-old was with Jones
I IIR301&I The Ocala Democrat has served as at the age of 26 when Minton was six. others who had something that he when he was caught by police. ,:\\v
7 AM 12 P.M. I walnut St Senator for 16 counties including "I was abused as a kid; there was nota wanted at the were all packed up and on our way to
Bradford, since 1974. Before that he lot of love in my family." Jones'- His method of opera Is basically Texas We went to my mother's house
SUNBEAM MOTOR Oil Oriaf) ..".}....at leer was a Florida House Representativefor mother remarried when he was 8, and the same with most of the (girls. "I on Mother's Day in Kingsley Luke
BREAD 0 Pack six years.MacKay's Minton could not get along with his would meet them one night, talk and the police spotted me. I was going
= 12 Oz. Cans AQ campaign secretary said new stepfather. He left home, or was awhile and get them to marry me the to Texas to work as a painter."
Loaves 79 30 61 ?'u. Tax Case Of 24 Uti. the informal announcement came In kicked out.at the age of 14.and"slept next day. I made it clear that I was already I Jones' only job was working with
Plus Tax 9 an Interview with reporters. She said in the woods and ate whatever I could married. Many of them knew his stepfather as a painter, in 1974.l!
the legislator's campaign won't start get my hands on." each other and we would all live after he got out of prison. He had
BORDEN S9 RLL ... lEER until after he officially qualifies for After dropping out of school at 16, together." served five years at Raiford for
MILK ". .1 Case candidacy with other Senate hopefuls. Jones army and was When Deputy Sheriff Paul Stegal's I larceny, .
,too Over Coet Last qualifying date is July 23 with stationed at Fort Bragg North' statement that "he could con the "My current wife didn't have any
the first primary set for September 12.FABRICHOPS Carolina. He made It up to the Green bristles off a porcupine" was brought money to offer me. The others had
Berets, where he became a black belt up Jones refuted It saying, "A man things I wanted, and tried to offer
In karate. has to know how to talk In this world, love but they failed me and used me.
His karate know-how has made but I didn't have to con my wives. I love (the 14- ear-oldl more than life
M t Jones a potentially dangerous man They were In love with me, and woulddo itself" said ones.
I since he admittedly has a violent anything for me." Although it's obvious that Jones get
temper. "Sometimes I'll hurt people The majority of the wives did quitea kicks In his life he says that he does
.' t -., without even knowing what I'm doing. bit for Jones. He said that the go-go not use alcohol or drugs. "I've been to
9rIGI&r" I've shot at my mother and several of dancers would make$600 In one night, Bobby's Hideaway twice once to
:: my ex-wives in a fit of temper." and would come home and give it all celebrate my release from prison and
Jones was discharged dishonorablyfrom to him. once for a fight. I've only smoked pot
the Green. Berets because of Jones talks about his three current twice. Nether' one. of them do much
tr numerous cases of going AWOL, wives Mamie, Darlene and a 14- for me. '"
Jones says that the discharge"Waa'later '' year-old from Greenville South "With regard!!' tCiotti. "utUre, JOI"c''::''.>,.
changed, honorable. Carolina more than any of the others. says he will leave Florida snd.nover
At the age of 18,Minion martrecttdtd"lint Mamie a 19-year-old from St. come back. "Thelt.tcrh&\t'h\ ,iQ of his many spouses. She was Cloud, has the longest track record of me. Before 1 do anything
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I BHS Cafeteria Bid Accepted At $..71,923After Starke Man Killed A; .



pondering higher than Business manager Eddie Douglas v w w4r ...... Youth Hit by Car' :
expected bids on renovation of the said the board had $190,000 availablefor
high school cafeteria Bradford County remodeling and within 45 days -
School Board members voted 3-1, would known if It would receive 79 A Starke man was killed when his William Arlen Gay of Starke was
Monday, June 24. to award the percent funding on a Food Service car left the road and struck a tree on charged by Starke Police with failure
$171.923 project to low bidder Trleut Equipment Assistance Grant. II Saturday night June 24, and a Starke to yield right of way and driving with
Construction Co. of Keystone Height. in other construction: business, the youth was hit by a car while trying to license suspended following an accident -
Postponed for study from the board gave the go ahead for architect cross: )a highway south of Starke early Friday, June 23, at the corner of
ffromthelowlbasebidof$158f4t Craig Salley to develop specificationsto Friday mornln.,June 23. W. Madison and Bay Streets.
be submitted to the State Department
highest base bid of $206,000. of Education for partitions for aFf Vasco Underhill, of Route 2. Box Police reported Gay was traveling
Five alternates were Included and Bradford Middle School. Expected to 69E was traveling north on SR-16 north on Bay Street as Bradford
approved boosting the total bid to the cost in excess of $100.000 the school i with two riders WiUlam Smith 9,and County Deputy Paul Stegall was
$171.423 figure. will divided Into 23 classrooms with David Smith. 7, both from Starke. traveling west on W. Madison SL/Gay '
Board member Pat Spengler, who a pupil teacher ratloof 1-25 for a Florida Highway .Patrol Investigations violated the right of way. +
has opposed the project cast the lone normal load. revealed that,Underhill crossedthe
dissenting vote. Board member The architects were also to proceed road and drove into the left ditch Police estimated$UOO damage to the
Arthur IfolUday was not present. with design development for new construction r before striking the tree. Tha two Gay vehicle and 1.500 to the Bradford
Cod of) renovation of the cafeteriawas at the Vo-Tech Center r riders were injured, but Information County Sheriffs vehicle. Police
estimated at $146,000 before the Construction costs have been esU- on their condition has not been reported no Injuries to two juvenile
bids came In by architect Craig amted at $1.7 million. SuperintendentTom released. passengers In the sheriff's vehicle nor
Salley Salley said at the June 19 bid Casey said funds already available Underhill was transferred to to passengers Shurl L.Oglc by, 20 and It. r
opening however these bids followedaparandsetrecentlyinwhichbideon are $50,000 for planning and Shands Surgical Intensive Care Unit Lawrence D. Oglesby, 21 both of r
$1,533,290 for construction Casey said from Bradford Co. Hospital Saturday Opelika Alabama In the Gay vehicle.
other projects had come In some 20 there should be an additional allocation night, and died Tuesday June 27, at Monday June 28, Jeffery Allen
percent higher than expected. The In 1978-79 for the VoTech.In 1:20: a.m. Brewer of Jacksonville was charged j
171.923 Is nearly 18 percent above Damage to the car was $700. with careless driving when he failed
Salley's pre-bid estimate. other business the board: to stop behind two vehicles stopped at
The cafeteria now about :25 years ...Awarded food service. bids to the On Friday, June 23, Jack W. a red light at SR-100 and US 301.
old will be turned into a fast food low bidders. Chairs are stacked ready for removal.school maintenance personnel move Pinkerman 13, of P.O. Box 405 was William Cutting of Ocala and Alton
operation to attract more students. Awarded fire, general liability kitchen equipment out of the Bradford High School cafeteria to allow contractor struck by a car driven by Charley Roderick Scott of Archer were
Renovation Is expected to begin and workman's compensation Insurance Ernest Trtc t to begin$172,000 renovation of the area later this week. James Brown of Hampton. stopped at a red light when Brewer
Immediately after the present equipment coverage to the only bidder but Pinkerman was admitted to Shands failed to stop striking the Scott
is removed and will not be rejected the vehicle Insurance bid as Hospital and Is reported In stable vehicle knocking It into the Cutting
completed until the past school too high and asked It to be rebid. New Fire Named at rooker condition with multiple fractures.The vehicle.
opening In the fall. Renovation will Include -secured the services of Pat accident occurred at 7 a.m. on Police estimated$100 damage to the
lowering the ceiling closing In Farnsworth to audit Internal accounts Breaker's Town Council nominatedand "1 will be the fire chief and will have SR-200, 1.7 miles south of Starke. Cutting vehicle $500 damage to the
the large windows facing Washington for 1977-78. not to exceed 3500. unanimously approved Gene full responsibility over the depart Brown swerved to the left to miss Scott vehicle, and $1,100 damage to J
Street,enclosing the hallway from the -Awarded retroactive contract for Raulerson who the Brewer vehicle. '
Raulerson as the town a new fire chief ment, promised. Pinkerman had walked Into the
band room, and rearranging the 1977-78 to BHS art teacher BarbaraSue after rejecting suggestions that path of the car. The right front of No Injuries were reported.4I1NEWS.
kitchen area. O'Brian. former chief George Piece be reinstated The new head of the town's Brown's car struck Pinkerman.
in their Tuesday. June /I. volunteer fire-fighting force also said Damage to the car was $300.
Our 4 Parade
Country Day, July meeting.The he would welcome Interested citizensto
I the fire house for instruction In firefighting of lost
council fired Pierce two weeks Helen Starling Lawtey
Slated To BoOne, ofKll's BiggestFour ago saying he continually failed to techniques. ontrol of her 1977 Ford on SR225.
-- cooperate with them. four miles west of Lawtey, Thursday,
fun packed and thrilling daysare Those activities such as the softball Before accepting the position Council Chairman A.B. Adams and June 22.There. Two Bradford County 4-H'ers at-
set this year for Keystone ,field events and skateboard contest Raulerson told the council want Councilman C.J. Stalnaker had were no.serious injuries to tended Counselor Camp this month at
Heights' celebration of the July 4th will be held In the area of the George Pierce on the fire department agreed that fire training should be Mrs. Starling and one passenger, but 4-11 Camp McQuarrle. Receiving
Independence Day beginning school off Orchid Street and at the if I take this Job he knows more about made more available to citizens of the damages to the car was estimated at scholarships to attend were
Saturday and running through Keystone Heights Community Church flre-fl htlng than anyone In this town In case they were ever needed to 4000. Anderaon'and Sharon FuHsell. Both
Tuesday then coming to a sparkling parking lot located behind Miller's town: assist the volunteer force According to police reports, one of will serve as camp counselors for the
finish with a fire work display over Supermarket.the the wheels of Mrs. Starling's car got Bradford County 4-11 Camp in July.
Lake Geneva. golf tournament planned aa a caught In a low right shoulder, wherein
Activities will include parades, both Sunday afternoon event, will be heldat Mon. Business As Usual; Tuesday HolidayIt she lost control and began to spin. Training was received i
street and water, an air show, water- the Keystone Golf and Country She hit the left side of a bridge with structure, chain of Command..
ski show,a golf tournament, a Softball Club, located off SR-21, south of will be business as usual MondayJuly The Brooker dump will be closed the left front of her car. Mrs. Starling counseling cabin management lifesaving
game, boat races, a tennis tournament Keystone city limits. 3, but most local businesses antigovernment Tuesday and there will be no garbage was charged with careless driving. first aid flag raising vespers
field events and skate board The street parade which will kick offices will observe pickup.All campfire, archery guidance nature
contest a parasall exhibition fish fry, off the Tuesday July 4, activities, will Independence Day July 4 by closingfor local banks will observe July 4. At 9:30 p.m. on Friday June 23,two study ceremonies, and game leader-
street dance, finally topped off by the follow a route through the main partof the holiday Food Fair and Piggly Wiggly will be trucks driven by Henry Broskey of counselors will use their
colorful display of fire works. town The boat parade, or Boat-A- All Bradford County courthouse closed Tuesday. Starke and Charles Allison of Milliard, training to benefit the county camp.
Most of the activities will be concentrated Rama,.air! show, and water activities, offices will be open normal hours Eckerds and TCftY" will be open were traveling too close to the centerline Scholarships were provided throughthe
around the city park and will be held on the above Lake Monday and closed Tuesday. The July 4.The. on a curve on SR-229 and struck sale of the 411 Show Steer at the
the public beach located at the Intersection Geneva Bradford County Commission will Bradford County Telegraph each other. Damage to Broskey's Bradford County Fair.
of Lake view Drive and A street dance, set for Monday postpone for one week Its regular and The Office Shop will maintain truck was $500 Allison's damage was
to'all regard to
Lawrence Blvd.* the main thoroughfare ) night. July 3, will be held in the Clay monthly meeting until Monday,. July normal working hours Monday and be $250. Broskey was charged with 4-lIls open without national
color, sex or origin.
through Keystone. Electric parking lot off SR-100. 10, at 9:30: a.m. closed July 4. driving without a tag. race

The regular meeting of the Lawtey ,> -, n mu__ __ -
Our Country.Day;- Schedule Of Events Council will be held Wednesday, July 40 Traffic Death.
5, 7:30 p.m. instead of the first Baldwin Chevrolet
SATURDAY, July I Monday of the month. Predictedor4thThe .
The Starke Council which normally
8 a.m. Tennis Tournament begins meets the first and third Tuesday in traffic fatality prediction for ....:.
10:30: a.m. Boat races registration. the month will postpone its July 4 this year's Fourth of July weekend Is Olds -
12:30: p.m. Drivers meeting meeting until July 11 at 7 p.m. and 40 persons with the l02-hour holiday '
I m. R" ", on Lake r.Anva < period beginning at,6 ,pjn.vFddavJune. > !!" n w .
Pkes4 meet,again,July I8y, r '" (1' 'v'' 'It.
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Club. South SR-21. "\ r'n T.." "' */.'<" children when he gives a director said, "The recently Initiated
8 a.m. Tennis Tournament continues' "', brief talk and film on forest: fire Operation CARE program will be ineffect SpecialPreowned1978
1 p.m. Boat Races, Lake Geneva prevention Friday, June 30, at the during the Fourth of July holiday
Bradford Public Library. period with concentration on
MONDAY, July :3 The shaggy brown bear in hat and Interstate 75 and 95. Drivers who are
trousers will give bear hugs all speeding driving drunk, passing improperly -
Noon-Field Day events, high school track field around as he starts off the third or following too closely will
2:30: p.m. -Skate Board Contest, Community Church parking lot summer reading program activity be prime targets of" troopers
5 p.m. .7 p.m. Keystone Kracker' Softball .game, Keystone Recreation this year, said director Dan Smith. patrolling In these areas.
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TELEGRAPH Jun.I .111

Under Discussion ;. ,< ,
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Guy Andrews!

county courthouse house. Commissioners '"

workers feel their workload has the prison system, of I c7 Is Chairman
doubled in the past 10 years. parole office is part ( .4 .

"They're putting more responsI- county by supplying free ,

bility on us. We're doing more the form of prison OfSFCCBo&rrf
things" said one employee."We working on the county '/
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need more help but we The county also Stark Building Contractor: Guy
Andrews was recently elected
just cant get it," said a spokesman dividing up the'grand I MW.4 chairman of the Santa. Fe Community
from the Sheriffs Depart into office space. But ". College Board of Trustees and BHS
ment. There are now five Theron Yawn of the : guidance counselor Theresa Holiday
but desk space for only Judicial Circuit and the has been added to the eightmemberboard.
deputies county judge who .

second floor legal f For Andrews this marks the second,,
There are nine more turned thumbs down on ; Z time he has been chosen to head up

employees, plus three CETA up that room. Probably, the community college's board. The'

workers, in the now combined can ,be expected to ;;;! local builder-a term real as chairman estate develoPer'served of the

county clerk's: office than there extent of its N board from 1969 to 1970 and has been at
was in the clerk's office and fluence to maintain the member of the SFCC board since the
county judges office in the old and sumptuous baliwick two-year school came into being In

courthouse. The tax collector's it has become 1965.

office has two more employeesthan new courthouse. V Mrs. Holiday has been In the Brad-
in the old courthouse, plus k ford County school system since 196,
two more CETA workers. The Ideally, it would OR teaching at both the Vo-Tech school:
and the school. For the last .
high sevenyean
property appraiser's office has most efficient to house
she's been a guidance: counselorat
two more employees than in legal section including BHS.
1968. The supervisor of elections and probation office in R
office has increased from a part- house. But is there room The local educator replaced long
time member S.G. Denmark of
time function of the countyclerk's squeezing would fIr
Starke, who stepped down after over
office to-.js two-person to be done,some changes 13 years as a board member. '
office now.Downstairs. office space configuration.So roar
Denmark, owner of a furniture
the courthouse is deadlership in Starke,was honored by
about full.Upstairs far the county A! community college for his years of
has mostly ignored the service at a board meeting June 15.Fourlaning :

it soon will be filled to but that tactic can't go .
nitely. The buck passes : J \ .: : e
over flowing once the public / 4s"
commission despite its ,;;: ,
defender establishes a branch
office here with four additional hampered by the court Blvd.

people for the legal section, strung by a law Blanding
the hottest for board to provide space
currently potato
Delayed By DOT"We
the county commission to handle. number of employees
attorney or public

The state attorney, with five sends over here.Hopefully. their remarks were not Intended to just got the rug pulled out from
employees now in the courthousein indicate the board would not welcomeany under us this year," says Clay County
the subdivision that met require- Commissioner Wayne Spivey In discussing
,
a branch office established last
the removal of Blanding
ments of all state agencies, as well as
July, now occupies 400 square hang tough enough to county, regulations when the new Boulevard Highway 21) from the
feet but wants 1,000. problem without having ( subdivision ordinance Is adopted. State Department of Transportation's
new space this soon. After five-year construction plan.

By law, the state attorney and new courthouse is less "All regulations must be met, and Splvey} said the project was
public defender must be supplied years old and was building permits will not be Issued Included last year in the five-year
space by the county commission, big enough for 20 years. until they are In compliance," Gaines plan which is updated annually.
said. "But we don't want a developerto Plans at that time projected widening
either in the courthouse else-
or feel that we don't welcome
develop of SR-21 from Robin Had at the
But its fact the
where. The is a ment if done "
county responsiblefor : properly. southern terminus of the present four-
paying for office space and growing. The lane portion, through Middteburg.: a
ancillary facilities such as registered voters is up 44 He commended Ritchey "for distance of approximately 11 miles.
telephone and utilities, for both since 1968 where there apparently wanting to do the rightthing" The work was scheduled: at that time
of the to 7,810 now. by voluntarily submitting his to be completed In three phases by
court.
agents plan and engineering work to the 1981.
board for study and constructive
The state attorney is casting The county really criticism before final action is taken."This "Now the state plan calls only for

covetous eyes on the apace now financial position to Florida'f' ,.. : Is the first time that t board _. widening of Blanding from Robin
occupied by v the, parole and space, even though it \ # '',"?Ttet had a .r..nce to study such plans T Road to Knight Box Road distant/
probation office which pays no than enough room while they can still be changed and D of'abwt'three' milea'.MSpiyeyi, ,_Rf ht>
"And even that won't start until 1950"
corrected if any flaws, Gaines said.
and for which the is spacious 13-acre site on
rent county
"Pre-appllcatlon, such as this is one 81. and isn't scheduled for completion
not by law obligated to furnish which is looking better of the best things that can be done" until 1983-84."
space. Bradford is one of 14 time. he added.
The Clay Commissioner has been
Florida counties to provide spacein
almost lone battle for
fighting an
the courthouse for the parole If the courthouse was more than a year to keep the Blanding
and probation office. big it might again soon be project in the DOT'S five-year plan..
employees. Maybe the His latest appearance was at a DOT

The county commission is commission's best shot at COUNTY by LaBelle public hearing in Tallahassee last
he that the
where
Friday, requested
reluctant to ask the parole the size! of county sections of Blanding Boulevard that

supervisor to vacate the court. to limit the space had been deleted, from the plan be

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I CounterAttack : PRODUCE Blanding Boulevard (Highway 21)) .
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on showed an average daily vehicle
count of 26,550 in 1977 due. In part to
provisions for the land to stay in forestuse
commuters in
heavy use by living
land for
can produce
your you
north County and working in
will Clay
organization and ,.
the your family
A counter-attack against Jacksonville,as well as by recreation-
pushing casino gamblingfor advocate proper seekers on weekend trips from Jack
group
the
schools Generally speaking, soils In our
Florida's through sonville the around
lake
Florida under the misleadingtitle area have the capability to produce a to .region
but feels
of "Let's Help Florida," is tax sources moderate to high volume of usable Keystone Heights.
coming from another newly schools and children wood volume when planted to slash! or
l
organized FACT valuable a resource for loblolly pines. Of course proper
group gamble literally, and management must be carried out.
Floridians Against Casino Takeover VETERANS' AFFAIRSby
ly, with their future.In It's not uncommon for the average
pine plantation to produce 25 cords of William S. Haas I
the meanwhile, an wood per acres over a 25 year cycle. Service Officer
FACT has filed suit in Dade tion' working under Actually this value may be a little low
County circuit court to have the leading title "Let's due to updated growth and utilization
petition campaign, to get the techniques.
is
Florida, continuing
casino issue on the November The need for veterans to tell their
Hypothetically, If a landowner
to collect the 256,000 families where important veterans'documents
general election ballot, declared this and
the plants: acres winter follows be
necessary to place are kept cannot over
unconstitutional on grounds thatit sound forest management practices emphasized. Safeguarding discharge
casino gambling
is illegal ambiguous, discriminatory General by the year 2000 he could conceivably papers marriage certificates, or child
and unconstitutional." November ( receive in excess of $10,000 for' his custody evidence from fire theft or
It would strip the state and ballot. Backed by wood resource. loss could be one of the most important

counties of their rightful roles in from unrevealed be Not a bad Income. especially If the survivors.legacies a veteran can leave his
collecting and petition drive may land was not being utilized to achievea
distributing
despite the efforts of desired gal.Remember .
revenue FACT maintains. who that I Among documents that should be
Askew argues the old saying "Planted protected and filed with family papers
Opposition has also been gambling would be Pines Pay." are government and commercial life
the best interests of insurance policies any Veterans Administration -
voiced by FTP-NEA, Florida'slargest VA) correspondencewith

teachers' organization Askew maintains it Offer.Summer Classes Indentifylng claim number,
I which sees "many potential social security numbers, will, and
impossible to confine where naturalizationpapers.
problems with casino gambling Held Back applicable
a narrow strip of "Gold '
not the least of which is the encroachment beach in South Florida.

of organized crime." you're prepared to have At Bradford High all basic courses Families should also be aware of'.
will be offered for credit if enough possible survivor benefits. These in-. 7
It is the belief of FTPNEAthat machine in every corner students register. Only classes for dude VA pensions, dependency and '*
"The long-range don't support casino credit may be offered and at least 15 indemnity compensation for service-: '
negative the Governor says. We students are needed for a class to be connected death.burial benefits and
effects of organized crime on interment in a national A
that this is no way ,to offered. Students can register by cemetery. J
Florida's children far exceed any other calling the high school. few minutes spent by the veteran
schools
or any
possible revenue that be- organizing documents and Informing
The may Florida government. DOT, agriculture placement work, his family, can I do much to-..avoid
generated. teachers' before signing any : : programs, and physical education anguish during times of emotional'
credit classes are being offered at the stress.'J.
high school in addition ot the ,basic, -
courses this summer. Veterans should alert their families'that
: *. Information and assistance concerning
BRADFORD benefits are available at the
riNf COUpTr Continues nearest County Veteran Service I
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Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter -
Hardbacks
paperbacks, westerns,
at the Post Office at Starke. Fla under Act of March 3. 1875J. The first pole vsultsr, to "r d b'
romances, mysteries and .
science
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Subscription rate In trade area *7'per year. *4 six months. fiction are priced to sell from s cents Cornelius Wimxrdwn was oil V,

Outside trade area: '8 Per year *4M Six Months.Phone to$1.The books are donated by county April' 13. '1940.; in B.rk.l.y ,13
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Dance presented her recital charge of sound and music: .Alan
"Summer Festival'of i 78" on Friday, Holtzendorf was stage manager.
a.F June 9, at 7i30 'pm at Southstde Each of the youngsters weret presented -
$ tvit. Elementary Cafetorlum. with a flower, and, refreshments -
t Yq Those that participated were: followed. Thinks to the
Shannon Abrams Cathy Akrldge.Caasle mothers.
Aulry. Terry Crawford, Chuck
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it.' r. t'kl Goodowns Vicky GoodoW I. Alisho '. tb4t4"bb '. I\.
Y Gruen, Erika Cruen. Renee Hewett. ,'
1 lY ik Lynn Holtzendorf, Teresa Knepper,
l Elizabeth Kopolousos. Elizabeth ,11..Arrill.t
Lawson, Amie Lewis, Tiffany Little.
Beth McKinney, Catrell Overstreet,
Catlna Ramsey Stephanie Rigby Mr. and Mrs. George Ward of Lake ,
('I j jMr. City announce the birth of arson
4 Shawna Schmitt, Michelle Sexton. r
Castle Anlry Left to right! Joy V.llrng., Shannon Abrams Danielle Smith, Jane Stanwix-Hay. Christopher Mallette born June 24 in
and Mrs. I'tf..ellllll..r.. Stephanie Rlgby Gale Autry and Ami lAw Is. Joy Vellenga, Kim Wall, Amber Alachua General Hospital. Paternal
Ward Dianne Wood and Melenle grandmothers are Mr. and Mrs: Roy
Deborah Craig-Manual Hilliard Wood. Mr. Dan Smith was the M.C. Ward of.Lake City former'Starkeresidents .


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daughter of Mrs. Lenorah Craig.. or
Starke, became the bride of Manuel Y
Michael Hilliard, son of Mr. and Mrs. ;
Manuel Hilliard of Palatka on Friday. ::
May 5. at 8 p.m. at the Heilbronn \
Springs Baptist Church with L. Dean 'IIIIIIIIII!! ::
Cassels performing the nuptials. ,..
Centering the altar was a Urge _
table arrangement of mums and ..
baby's breath with three tapered ,,'I
candles and single candles in each '
window of the church.

Delilah Eddie L(0adholtz( Frampton.,soloist pianist,presented, and a OpatnJuly 4Th, f

program of nuptial music. nicnic needs
Doyle Loadholtz of Venice, Fla.. on

was Joey best man.Faulkner and were Richie ushers.Faulknerand r,

Mrs. Evern Faulkner attended as .'
matron of honor. She wore a floor '11
length, pink knit dress with lace
sleeves; She carried a brandy snifter
filled with baby's breath and mums
with Illlles.of-the-valley attached to
pink streamers. .
Z na Flint attended as flower girl
and wore a floor length yellow dress
with lace sleeves Jody Milliard of.
Palatka was ring.bearer. '
Given ;in marriage by Kenneth SOLO -
Flint, the bride wore a floor length ,
antique lace gown with silk organza 1 _
oz.
bands on full bishop sleeves. Her cap j / \ 7
of lace and ribbon was attached to a
floor length scalloped lace veil with a PAPERDrinking
shoulder length overlay of white net. ==':=s1s
She carried a nosegay of sweetheart,
roses and baby's breath. CUPS t-2
A reception was held in the church
Fellowship Hall.
The bride's table was covered witha
white lace cloth and centered with a
three tiered wedding cake topped witha
bride and groom. Mrs. Phyllis Load-
holtz cut the cake.
'The two punch tables were covered' :: Limit 3 ,
:vrtthi.-whtt dottM: and centered wtttifcUtBlaw 1.
punch bowls encircled'Wlthu .
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TURTLE POOL CUPS
book. Assisting were Mrs. Clarissa .
Workman Delilah Loadholtz..Keena'Hilliard Slide and splash model OxMx9" With built-m slide 9Hancii
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and Agnes Milliard. : 8.f OE i1 ct.
Following a wedding trip to St. LIMIT
Augustine the couple is residing at Rt.
:2;' Box 68A, Starke. 12"x33'Yds, 4
'The bride will be a 1979 graduate of $888' HANOI- 4 1
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Starke for their son, Johnny and his ,:.;.,-: ,,(!.':''. '.\:'r,'. .'.1: .;'
fiancee Kathy Casey following the
couple's wedding rehearsal.The frVl l'l'PLASTio ,.
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candlelight dinner included the
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members of the wedding party and.
other guests.
The tables were covered with white
linen tablecloths. The table seatingthe J
wedding couple and their parents
was centered with a beautiful
arrangement of white gladiolas,. Smokehouse ROASTED TANNING SUNTAN '
daisies yellow mums, baby's breath FORKS

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each Out table.of town guests included Mr.and 23 Count ,JA inn LIMIT
Mrs. Juan Key of Tallahassee, Mr. 387 88 1.99 1.57 99c
and Mrs. Danny Thompson and sons. M
Bryan and Kevin of Jacksonville, Mr. _
Mickey Moore of Lawtey. Miss
Debbie Andrews of WUdwood, Mrs
Emily Kazemfar of Gainesville and
Miss Pam Moore of Homestead. -rPii -- #

Darlene'Shirley, SLIPN' ro > '

Arnnie GibsonTo

Wed July 8 SLIDE a ,. Q :rP:

Darlene Shirley and Arnnie Gibson ,, / ;r 25 ft, lawn slide. Connect to
will be united In marriage Saturday, ,
hose & "
July S,at.4 p.m. at the Starke Church + water. glide on cushion of r..
of God with a reception following at

the All church friends annex.and relatives are Invited J-- :; : oc.J, i-4 c;' oLltc ..

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Gassett will be united In marriage TGAVS ADVERTISED MtRCHAMDISI POLICY-TOY's policy Is to always have advertised merchandise In adequate supply In our stores. In :::;; -T llJl
Friday,'June 30,.at 7:30: p.m. In the the event the advertised merchandise Is not available due to unforeseen reatons,TORY Will provide a Rein Ch.ek,upon request In order that the I l"
First Baptist Church with a reception merchandise may be purchased at the sale price' when It becomes available, or you may purchase similar' quality merchandise ate similar _J VI.sA'
following& the home of Mr.and Mrs. price reduction. ',* We will be happy to refund your money if you are not satisfied. with your purchase. It I.the policy of TGV to see that you are, fik6t. .
Drew Reddish.No happy with your pure h..... Srto'.il. .. i&i:i '" .
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Mr.: Mrs. Tom .: i 'I" '' 301 1 Starke Flo '.,. ;.fir:),I ij ., ..l.." : "
children.Trey and Laura of Basking STORE HOURS: Thur. Sat 9.9
Ridge, N.J.+and Miss Mesa Johnson ..
of Covington Ga. are Tuesday to Sunday 12-6
Saturday visitors of his.mother.Mrs. "

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Karen Jackson Luncheon Honoree': : Robert E.:Bitgoods,

Miss Karen Jackson, bride-elect of tendants' places were marked .with Celebrate 55th
Larry David) Andrew., and her attendants miniature bridesmaids dolls Tbe H
were entertained at a other guests were seated at card AnniversaryMr. _
luncheon June with cloth
Wednesday 21, given tables Army-Navy and
by the prospective ,room'. three centered with blue miniature baskets and Mrs. Robert E. Bitgood 01Ther. _
aunts Mrs. Stephen Kelly of Jacksonville filled with tiny flowers. Place cards .... celebrated their B&lb
Mrs. vernon Reddish and marked the seating arrangement;for wedding anniversary on Saturday _
Mr. Gall Strickland, and co-hostess, the 20 guests. June 24, at a family cookout at the
Mrs. Jack Hazen. After the luncheon the bride-elect home of their son-in-law and
,r The luncheon was held at the home presented gifts \to her attendants. daughter Mr. and M.... Julian E
iJI of Mrs Strickland on Edwards Road Among those attending were the McRae in} Ther.....
The brlde'a tabl.was covered with four grandmother of the bride and Co-hosting the dinner was another
an Army-Navy cloth and centered! groom: Mrs Hazel Paulk Mrs. Lenin son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and
with a straw basket spring flowers. Redding Mr. Hinton Jackson of Mr.. Paul Gagnon of Keystone
The bride's place was marked with a Starke. and Mrs. Lewis. Welch of Height
miniature bride doll while the) at Madison Attending were Mr. and Mr. F
W.N.Borrys.Sr. Marvin Brown and children Jason L

Celebrate 60thAnniversary Ervin Andrews Hosts At Dinner. Party ".JIi."t"" ...." Jennifer Russell McRae and Jody of and Starke Mr, and Mr Mrs.and ,

Mr. and Mrs Ervin Andrew were Hazel Paulk. Mr. and Mr*. Lewis Mr*. Richard P. Gnann and Mindy of _.
hosts at a dinner Thursday evening Welch and Mr. and Mr. 'Hlnton Theressa and Misses Lori and
Mr.and Mn.William N.Berry Sr. June 22 at the Garden Restaurant for Jackson. Jennifer! 1Oft of Keystone Height Mr and Mrs. Robert E. Bllcood
of ISewberry celebrated their otb their son Larry David, and hit Mr. and Mrs. Bitgood have two roast and accompaniment and In block building behind the McKae'
wedding aanlversary Sunday with a fiancee Karen Jackson members of daughter. Nlta McHae and Marcia watermelon. The cake was Iced In home which Mr. McKae has nick-
bar-b-cue at the home al ion and the wedding party,parents and out-of- Frier-Conner ReunionSet Gagnon. and one ion, Robert G. white and decorated with pink r rose wined his "cook shack" The table
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mr*. Robert town guests following the couple's Bilgood of Hope Valley, R.I., who was and engraved "Hnppy !93th Mother was centered with a cut glass pitcherholding
Harry In Nrwberry attended by Mr. wedding rehearsal. July 8 In LB unable to attend but who with his and Dad." a dozen red roue and hnbv s
A.J. Barry con Drew, and daughter The head table was covered with awhile family will spend the winter months All the family and guests sat al a breath a gift to Mrs Bilgood from her
Adrienne of Stark and doss friends. embroidered linen cloth: and The annual Frier. Conner Family'IV here at his home on Crystal Lake.The long specially made picnic table husband
centered with a basket of white Reunion will be held Saturday.July 5. Bitgoods also have eight grand-- which seats approximately 25-30 After the dinner Mr and Mm,
__ ::.q-.4T", pompoms and pink carnations. The at the Community Center at Lake children and 10 lreat-arandchlldren. guests. The table was on the screened Bitgood cut and served the cake
other tables were covered with white Before the dinner hors d'oeuvreswere
and Mrs. Charles Burton and Butler .
Mr .
linen cloths and held smaller baskets served and the Bitgoods opened -
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granddaughter Lisa.of Port SL Lucie of spring flowers. < their anniversary gift*. The [St Edwards Churcr- Hall' Every' Saturday a;,oo H wiBINGO .
will be Saturday overnight guests of Alter the dinner the prospective Friends and family are Invited to hostesses" gift wall a large ceramic
Mr,. James Barron. bring a basket lunch and come Join in and
groom presented his attendant with planter a set of matching ceramic
gifts the fun beginning at, lQ ..m., alld wlndchlme with the zodiac signs of I I1
Richard Hall, of Mr. and Mrs. .
son The dinner was also attended by the lasting until 5pm .. each of their children and themselves
last week In the .
Hall,
Rodney spent grandparents of the honored couple: embossed on the chimesThe ; i M ,vnoli Av" StwrKa Fla
Bahamas Mr. and Mrs. Louln Redding, Mr. dinner consisted standing rib
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'. .' .*. Enjoy Nassau Trip ',Revised SchoolCalendar ,/I, 't\,- F.:,' f1' .
::'.; 'd. Lawrence Edward Knepper, son of Mr. and. Mrs. Mike Darby, son, Mla Elise Jones and aunt. Mrs., .' : :
:',r:,'N"I" :" .Mr.and Mrs.UP.Kirapper Crystal Jimmy and daughter Sharon of Philip McGuire of Gainesville gave* Twenty-si Bradford Hlah School: ) ';\ "j' ,," .." ,:
.... Plura, Peru the reunion at the Jones' .tuden" a' t t
/1" ;Lake cnMbated June 10 from UF with spent family Sunday trip to N..u "
I with his mother. cCrl.eD.rbV. at Santa Fe Lake In honor of Mr.and Mo cJaY toFriday blast ,
1' I A rjy,1 blAh .-.and a degree Bachelor Mrs home accompanied{ Approved \ 'fl ,
and Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Mike Darby and children of Joan FoflyIh
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: el Science In Electrical Engineering.Mr. Randy Johns at group leader. Mary
.Knepper and wife Hal.are living Klngjrfey Lake. The John had a Peru and also celebrated DeWltt C. Brown and Mr. and Mn. George ,JS., "
IB ruhkiU 1 ,N.Y.where bets. employed family dinner Saturday night for their Jones 89th birthday. Attending were Canova Jr.EnJoyl. >>
school
by I.B.M. guests. Attending were Mrs Charles' Mr and Mrs. Roy Ward and Darby .. IvlrV'Tt : calendar' adding three* days vacation prior to Christmas and 1
Darby of Starke Mr and Hn./Bob Peek of Lake Mr. and Mrs. S.L, nvnn. D theGissy 1H.p: Crews. | ? > three. dcWtSch' school conjunction with the lair wall.po ,
Nobl. and ehlldren Jr. Mrs. Charles Mr. Barbara proved the Brad Board Monday '
of Mandarin Peek Darby. Benkaluaky, /
and Cheryl
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Swim Soils Shorts Mn. Lee and Mrs.handy Johns and daughter.Jenifer BobbY Smith :
children of Kevin Neal Cindy Teachers will have preplanningAugust 21 thru as a net Iludentl will f
TheDarbya anrSMrs.
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Mrs. II M. Klcharde Mr.
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Canova
left Wedn_ Kimberly the first of school
; Smith David day August 28 '
. ;.. LtlLA'fOI'Tft day for Wichita Kai, to nuke their S.R. Johns., Mrs. J.14. Wain- Carter Donald Reddish' t., :
" OHMS SHOP homo wrlght of Starke, Mr. and Mrs Bob J Frankie!! Blackburn Kenny'RodrIque Sept.4: Labor Day holiday for teachers and students. :t-I"
Cast CaH Street Nobles., and son, of Mandarin Mrs. Rues William Sutherland Marty Oct. 9: End of first six weeks. :.I
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ms Jean Darby and Miss Katherine Peekof Terry Oct 13 Teacher ,:,l,.
Swim Suits* Shortt Carver Ricky Johns,Chuck Register. : : Planning Pay :,,",
.' Mrs F.J. Shaw returned Sunday ....offLEILA'S Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs Everett Hayes, Susan and Mike. Oct.: 16: Report cards out. '"'
from two weeks visit with her brother-" Darby Jones of Tampa. Kitchen, Richard Hall. Wade Oct. 20Teacher: Planning Day (State Meetings). yM1 \
In-.... and sister Mr. and Mrs GIFTS DRESS SHOP Winkler, Theresa Hobbs Jerry Nov. 22.24: Thanksgiving Holidays. '
.l'4\ Charles. Schaffer in Atlanta. East: Call Street Swim Suits ft Short Sullivan and Carl Torode. Nov. XI: End second six weeks, ,',,u' si1i1, + ;
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L.ILA'SGIFT. ..'#- Dec. 20-Jan f: Christmas Holidays. ." ';/ ;cry Try
) :'. Rev.and Mrs.BenJBryant returned Mr. and Mrs AB Woodham and A. DRESS SHOP Jan. Students: & Teachers back lo school >
: Dr. Arland Woodham < Jan 19: End of first semester &,;'*! rrt"" f ;. ,
Wednesday of last week after of Jacksonville/ East Ca Street 2> 'lj.J ", ,1.) ;' ",
\-. attending the Southern Baptist and Mrs Tom Kessler and children of Jan. 28: Teacher: Planning Day"I hey .i' "'
9) Convention June 12-1S In Atlanta and Fort Worth. Texas were those Jan. 29: Report cards out. '
7 .... visited her father James R. Evans In attending the Alton Lawson among a 80th Mr. and Mr. .LC Cooper and March SEnd: of fourth six weeks *;: 'v" '\',
Fltl. nlcl.. Ga. and _-In-law and wedding anniversary reception on family of Starke.Mr.and Mrs. Harold Mr.and Mrs. Lynwood Wallers and March 12-: Report card out. W
,v. daughter Mr. and Mrs Edward June 17. Branham of Hampton and Mr. and daughter return to their March 28-30-: Teacher Planning Days <( Nichols In Panama City. Mrs Charles Padgett of Ballard home in Martln.vUle. Va on Friday April -13-: Spring Holidays > ", i< J i" ,;
attended the Stewart family reunion after ten days visit with his parent, April 26-: End of fifth six weeks t
at Hart Springs on Sunday.Dr. Mr and Mrs. S.L. Peek. Jr. May 3: Report cards out. _
Swim Suits*. Shorts Swim Suits Shorts May 28: Memorial Day Holiday,
MoH W oft .-..Carlos Hernandex,son June 8-: Last day for students.
and r
LEILA'S LEILA'S Carina daughter Yolanda of Swim Suits A Shorts June 11-12: Teacher Post Planning
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J Cast Call Street East Call Street Hernandex of Miami spent June 10-23: *LEILA'SGIFT DRESS SHOP Summer school: for: students July. 10-Aug II.
touring Mexico. '
East Call Street 'Twelve month personnel holiday schedule! will be- July :.1-4: Seal. 4; Nov
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Darlene Shirley Honored June 12 At Shower 4>iumiriir-- .
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Mlsi Darlene Shirley who will be Miss Shirley by Valerie Jones and her
the bride of Arnnla Gibson July 8, was mother, and a yellow canister set Frank A. Bailey son of Mr and
honored at a surprise shower Monday from Donna and Cindy Thornton and Mrs. J-F' Stetson UnlrerSityy the
night, June 12, at the Pine Level their mother Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr. was In Dean's list at In the
I Baptist Church educational building Out of town guests from Georgia Savannah Ga. over the weekend spring quarter
t given by Valerie Jones and Donna, were Miss Shirley's aunt Mrs. Eva visiting her daughter and family, Mr.
hornton. Willis and her cousin Dawn. and Mrs. Bobby Welch She brought Mr. and Mrs. WiS. Haas returnedSundayaterninedaya.vlaitwith
A corsage was presented to the back her granddaughter, Angela, for >rela-
brido-tobe along with matching corsages ...ci -- several I weeks visit lives In Wakemarv and. Cleveland' the,
given to the brides mother, !Mrs. Ohio. Enroute home 'theyaltcnded
Vertls Shirley and the rooms y..K-. Mrs. Jack Edwards of Starke and With.\ Joiner family-reunion oirJune 2.1
Their daughter.Linda .
mother Mrs. Fay Purvis. son and daughteHn-law. Mr. and war Tennllle. ua
Gifts were awarded to the winner of Mrs Wayne Edwards of Jacksonville, llaa of FSU joined, 'their!,. for
the games played. The bride and Mrs. Robert Bush and children of attended thq National Airlines the reunion. '
groom were described on their Atlanta were Tuesday overnight Bowling Tournament In Miami over ,
guests of''I\tr.. James Barton. the weekend,
wedding day by writing the name Swim Suits & Shorts
down horizontally on a card. An '/,off
adjective was written down according Swim Suits A Short Mr.; and Mrs. Johnny Parnell and LEILA'SGIFT.DAESISHOP
., family of Miami will spend the next
to the letter In their name. The winnerof 'II off '
two weeks at one of the Guy Sale
the game was determined by the LEILA'S East Call Street
answer of (ho bride elect GIFT DRESS SHOP cottages Kingsley Lake Occupyingone ..
ol the other cottages next week
Both the refreshment and gift table East Call Street .
were covered by a white lace tablecloth will be Mr. and Mrs. James McClellan Susan Budd of Jacksonville spent
Wagons with daisy wheels held of Lake City. the past week with her cousin., .M.irsAnne
the minis and nuts. The colors used Mrs. Roy Clcmona and grandson, Miller. Mary Anne Is upemlinit!
throughout the shower were yellow Ronnie Norman, spent the weekend In Swim Suits* Shorts this week with Susan in .''IIlk"OI1\'jIl')
and green The gift table- vas Wilmington, N.C. and brought back Ifa off *, *
decorated by an arrangement. of with them her daughter, \Mrs Connie LEILA'S Mrs. E.P Ronnerrt'turnvii\l'urs.ll': '
yellow daisies. Mills, and son for two weeks visit. GIFT DRESS SHOP from a five day visit with Mr .mi!
. A yellow star quilt was presented to East Call S.e' Mrs. Baldwin Renner In Ihullkw..t:'; .
Local admittance. to Bradford While there she attended thrdrlni!
}l County Hospital this week Include: of of Mr. Kenm-r'B urarolwm. Keith
.I"'t Stern Brothers Floyd R. Barnum Mrs Marie Rossi, Teresa and Mrs.Lynn Johnny Hobbs II. Hobbs daughter Sr. returned Itenner' to Miss Linda Kay.Cmmiel, .' oil
Mr.
Celebrate Mrs. Grace Fullwood, Ivory Luke, to Starke Friday following a Juno 23' in Norfolk. Vu
BirthdaysW Mrs. Ida Mae Saiser, Mrs: Eula Mae
the Bahamas.
s Carlton and Mrs. Dorothy L.Griffis of trip to Suits A Shorts
... A. Stern and Fred Stern were Swim
Starke; James Pearson and William
Russell Norman I off
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honored with a birthday dinner last Mr.
Crawford of Ralford. Julius Eunice
Friday evening given by their and William Cruce of Lawtey; Mrs. spent the past eight days In Lan LEILA'S
Pa.. Corning, N.Y. and GIFT DRESS SHOP
families at the home of their nephew\ Aileen Call and Earl Jones of caster.
and niece, Mr and Mrs.Bernard' Hampton; Jeff Todd of Brooker, Niagara Falls. Canada. East Call Street
Jacobson on Sterns Road
The brothers were born in"',,!< <-k. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sale and

ford, III. and moved to Starke at teen daughter, Robin, of Blountstown were ',, Swim Suits Shorts i. Mr. iimt Mrs. I tbti:i\<..! long! unit,
agers. Fred Is now 78 and Bill Is as Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Guy .' thou dmiKhfers. ('hristy! mid other members who
family joinedIn
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.and Mr and Mrs Roland Stern; Four to Thursday with her daughter and : \\r\Mn I'Ong
Younger nieces and a nephew helped; family, Mr and Mrs Charles Fink, In
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Mr. and Mrs. Michael "Reddy" Cox

Traci Kelly 'And Reddy Cox


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and Mrs. George D. Kelly of Lawtey, edged with lace. She carried a traditional o
and Michael "Reddy" Cox of Starke bouquet of white carnations and
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Edward Cox white butterfly roses with fluffy
of St. Augustine, were united In baby's breath. White satin streamersfell
marriage Saturday. June 17, at 7:30: from the bouquet and tied to the
pm. in Wesley United Methodist ends of the streamers were love knots FLORIDA PANTRY PRIDE
Church In Jacksonville with Kev and sweetheart roses. 6 DGGo
Damon Scott of Tavares performing A reception was held In the church POTATO
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Bill Dake ol Bartow, organist Miss cake were Mrs. Steve Shackelford !
Ellen George, pianist, and David of Tallahassee aunt of the bride Mrs. : : !
Kelly, brother of the bride; Michael Leon Cooper and Mrs. nay Goodson. of
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Edward Cox attended his son as with white icing and a football motif Pantry Pride 20oi LOAF THOMPSON ROASTED
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Alvarez and Donnie Kelly brother of There were two punch tables One JAN
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Miss Margaret Smith attended as centered with a costal punch bowl db .8 PAK SAVE 40C CHERRIES
maid of honor. She wore a lavender and flanked by hurricane lamps. The SOURDOUGH SAVB 306 79 t UNI
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sleeveless, floor length gown with a white satin with sheer top and ENGLISHMUFFINS
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capelet style collar which fell over the Both tables were deocrated with '. FRESH DRISCOL .i
arms and a wide sash which crossedin flowers and greenery. Presiding at :
the front and tied in a bow in the the punch bowls were Mrs Terry ft, r..fe..ivwsawrrart.. N.fi 1lMNMwnaOnw ,
back. Her hairpiece was a wreath of Peacock, Miss Lee Shackelford of MAT AND UNVS GREEBg STRAWBERRIES CALIFORNIA
baby's breath with short purple Tallahassee cousins of the bride, DINNEROROLLS OLYMPIC
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asters,sprigs of baby's breath, purple Mrs. David Kelly of Jacksonville e..::.:& PR HAVE Snit -
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miniature carnations with streamers book, SERIES LB
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Bridesmaids were: Lisa Ekard Augustine and Disney World the ullHtdu& 8

Kathy Taylor and Mimi Roberson couple Is residing at Ilowey-In-The- ()III',1' 1 I 'ill .
Montgomery, Ala., sister of the Hills, Fla. 'I
groom, and Jan Jo Kelly of Leesburg. The bride is a 197H\ graduate of SNAK ''F.R.EStt:
cousin of the bride. They wore gowns, Bradford High School and attended CAKES i : ''''S ROO .
hairpieces and carried Santa Fe Community College.Mr. 11/1 ,'
bouquets identical to the honor Cox graduated from St. ,,,., $1'4":'
attendant. Joseph's Academy. St. Augustine; .
Allison Hayes and Traci Smith were Staunton. Va. Military Academy
junior bridesmaids and wore gowns Gordon; Military College Barnesville,
and hairpieces Identical to the attendants Ga and Flagler College; St. : LIB BY "
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decorated with orchid and purple Hills. LEMON JUICE BEANS :
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organza with an empire bodice. White BTL. lee'1 '
chantllly\ lace outlined the sweetheart
neck and continued down the gown to Mr and Mrs. Gordon W Allen of
form panels In the skirt. The bell Starke announce the birth of a son, ,..,y .,t ",e, it ite ('.I D.'t "IOT /"' '' ..'' ..
sleeves were tightly fitted at the John Gordon Allen. born June 17 In 'fLE" i.AN; ; (- '!-iLJl.SALAD. : 'TNTHousr'
wrists with lace. Her full cathedral Shands Teaching Hospital. Maternal |'ICE'TEA'\ '' I PICKLED' & I
train was bordered with chantilly lace grandmother is Mrs. Marjorie Davis KETCHUP I I "BEEve- /
and attached under the lace at the and the late Grover Davis. Paternal ;"".X' OLIVEfC. ;. / I 0(1 WlT.M ONION1 ."..""; ARDJrt, : ,;
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came away with the first place trophy Lawtey's Larry Brown .630, Pine In Saturday's first game, Madison winning Boys In defensive I
and'.Senior Boy shortstop Mike Level's Don Halgren ,500, Sr. Boys' St pounded Lawtey's>oor Boy. 14-1. i that knocked ways a game
Jackson earned the Most Valuable Jerry Blalock .590. Howard's Marvin David Thigpen, with a triple and tournament ... Madison. St. out of the
Player trophy In the Starke ClvlUna' Tomunson 467, and Madison Street's home run. and Randy Crews, three, \ ;' -.2.'It'
double elimination Slow Pitch Soft- Stewart Duncan 900. singles, led the way. '
l.'IIItn the I
Tournament, held June 23-24 at Team average had the Sr. Boys on Pine Level was then knocked Out of 1the l; last twogame of the tourney, ,
Westslde Park.Howard's top at .353, then Lawtey at .294, competition, absorbing a 19-7 loss at lop, two remaining teams were .
posted a 3-1 record over Madison St. .289,Howard's Auto Parts the hands of the Sr. Boys. Jackson "a' .'" first with the Sr. Boys taking the
the of the nine .284. and Pine Level .233. / 1t-e, and Howard's taking the .
course
game tourney, went 3-for-4 and AI Chapman laced a '<;' .
l losing only to the Starke Senior Boys On Friday night, game one pitted home run triple and single for the t".''nightcapand 3 win the tournament. with 9- ;
who were making their debut in locaitournament Lawtey against Pine Level, with the winners. 11 !
play. Poor Boys coming out on top li-4. Howard's then thumped Madison, ., ',. \ ''I
Jackson had an exceptional tourna- It was a hitter's parade for the St. 7-3. behind the power hitting of 'Randy Corbin went 4-for-4 in the 11- .. \
ment,going 7 for 16 for a .438 average winners, with Larry Brown and home.runs hitters Dean Pukes and 9 win for the Sr Boys, scoring the '
while committing only four errors In Randy McGovern collecting three Bill Barton. winning run In the bottom' of the -H / :: J
38 fielding chances. He was cited by singles and Jackson Prevatt, Robbie seventh )
tournament officials for his hustling Smith and Johnny Brown adding two Marvin Tomlinson and Bill Barton : .
heads up play. hits apiece. The Poor Boys were eliminated In had home runs in Howard's loss. ,l
The Senior Boys finished second Richard Milner ripped a triple and a the fourth game of the day as > The last game of the tourney saw II.<.. .. 9ep'
with a 3-2 record. Madison Street single for the losers. Madison St won their second game Howard's play flawless defense and '>; .1 Ir ..Jk.iW r w d.45( ,'
Baptist took third at 2.2 Lawtey'sPoor Howsrd's Auto Parts then began 13-9. Greg Alvarez David Thigpen; use seven hits to score their nine runs '!> .'j .' ,, )1 ,',
Boys finished fourth with one their attack on the rest of the field Stewart Duncan, Wayne Teston to take the first place trophy away oN"\'" ,I '1\I:.'.r'. ,1i;,<'IOj.;1'i
win and two losses, and Pine Level with a 9-1 win over the Senior Boys. Randy Crews, and Lamar Williams" from the Sr. Boys. Jerry Whiteheadled ..,..--.wwlul I eel a iirri Alvarri head for first after ripping. ground' bull! to
'Inlshed fifth at 02. Jerry White had three hits for the all had two hits. the winners with two doubles. short the ClvlUnt tournament held this past wtrkrnd. "'0 ''"i'i);. :;

I Local Mat men Head for Iowa Starke Jr. Golfers Get Tough 't>\j/'.


Starke golfers won three out of rive It i.Palatka prevailed with' '!'a W\ over :
Two local wrestlers have qualifiedfor remaining $150. BUS Coach Joe Klel- divisions on Monday's North Central Robert Hodges of Mucclenny who : I
the national championships of the baIlS Is hoping for donations to help Florida PGA Junior tour stop at the captured second! with 106 Richard milijiapq.! :
Junior Division of the U.S. Wrestling cut the costs to each boy Donationscan Ironwood Golf Club In Gainesville. O'Dnnoghup frpm Keystone Heights t
Federation, to be held at the University be mailed to For The Wrestlers Starke's Richard Gaines shot 79 to tied for fourth place with 113. ta
of Iowa starting July 24. Bradford High School N. TempleAve. win the 10-17 year old competition by 'In the 10-11 year old group, Palatka
Anthony Bright, 11, who placed Starke, Flu. 32091. two strokes over Palatka's Robert finished first and second with Brent .
third In the state in the 156 |lb. class, The boys will also be having a car Mauldin. Everson Hearing!!48 on nine holes, John TI..Sweetest Strawberries Tftlt Side Heaven ,
and Scott Allen. 10, second in state In wash the weekend of July 8. More Yearly 65 and Mike O'Dnnnghue from
the heavyweight class, will be details on the location and time will.be Starke'n Joey Herres shot a 75, the Keystone Heights capturing third I
traveling to the championship at a available next week. day's lowest round, to win the 14-19 with 72.Tom 4 n j'
cost of $600 per wrestler Bright and Allen will attend a week. year old category by four shots over Watson of Starke was the lone <,J
The Federation pays $450 of the long training camp at the Universityof Marc Spindler of Gainesville.In contender in the nine and under SPORTS
cost, and the boys have to raise the Florida before traveling to Iowa. the 12-13 Broiio. Mac Mclnnls of urouD. lie posted a 75 for nine holes.


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Post 202 Whips )\ When this article- .la read",' 'Dixie. While the first, game'belonged". to the

Youth will have a World Series hitters the second game on Tuesday
champion. With the deadline In night proved to be a classic pitcher's
though all that Is known now la that duel.The Mets'Davis and the Giants
Palatka G'vUleKeystone' two very evenly matched teams;, the Fender battled to a 1.1 tie through
Badcock: Giants and the Chamber of four Innings, with both pitcher
Commerce Mets, have split the first throwing smoke Until the fifth both ,
Post 202 baseball team two games by two run margins pitchers had allowed just three hits. M W
streaked to five wins in six games last The final game was played last '1iW
week and pulled Into third place In the night, June 28. In the bottom of the fifth though
North Florida American Legion successive: singles by Kevin Johns
League ,q) '. Davis, and Jimmy Schoening brought
Saturday Post 202 swept a league '|ne Giants took the openlnglme home the winning runs, ana' the lead 1 '
doubleheader from Palatka 1-0 and 4- of the series, 10-8 with Greg WflkTnsonand seemed to get Davis' adrenalin ?
0. Toby Dillow pitched a three-hit r Bernie Akridge leading the flowing In the top of the sixth the
shutout In the opener and Roy Griffin hitters. Wllkerson knocked in the Giants went down 1-2-3 on strikeouts
hurled a no-hitter In the second game. winning run in the fourth with a and the Meta had tied the series Both
KH split a non-league doubleheaderwith .1 single one of his three hits. Akridge Fender and Davis had excellent control .
Deland "0" Sunday. "Dinky" added two doubles and scored two and were throwing as hard as '
Kllby'a long double helped Keystonewin runs for the winners they have all season '.
the opener 7.. while Deland "B"
took the second game 4-0 .. .,
Tuesday night Post 202 stung Andy Chaff had a double and a Giants Coaches Edward Akridge
Gainesville's playoff hopes with a pair single for the game, as did Richie and Jim Burney said after the game wi..ur.. M touts and Marietta!. Giants' hurler Klchie Fender und :Vet' *' ,
of wins at Perry Field in Gainesville. Fender and Mike Waters. that regardless of the outcome of the pitcher Kenny Davis locked horns In a classic piteher'i duel In Tiu-Mdiit'M j
Dillow fired his third straight shut- Kevin Johns and Kenny Davis had series they wanted to complimenttheir second Dixie'Youth World. Series game The :Mrl came up with '''orunll'n' the \
out and KH ripped Gainesville's All- two hits for the Meta. with Johns players on their fine altitide and last Inning to win 3: -I. JWomen's
State pitcher Allen Banes In an 8-0 scoring twice and Davis crossing the discipline saying that they were a
opening game win, Chuck Dickinson plate three times. tribute to their parents. 1
had three hits In the win and Kilby
smacked two hits In four at bats. Softball
In the nightcap Post 202 scored Olympians
three times In the last inning to top the on Topleague
home clubt.. Top Teams
Kills now &4 In league play and In' standings have theOlympians
Clark Issued two walks in the third,
good position to claim one of the playoff on top with a 14-1-2 record
spots that goes to the loop's top Clvitans second at 9.7-1, Merchants but was not hurt as he struck out the Note First Baptist Blur finished first in the hurch IC'lllUl'ltud second o\rr-
next two batters
four finishers. 4. third at 6-7-3. and the Sonia fourth at and got the third out 'ill. Hope Baptist finished" second in the Church: League IMclurr. were not
a ball
This weekend Post 202 hosts a on ground to first baseman John available.
fourth of July weekend tournament 21The Dixie Boys' All-Stars will beginpractice Johnson The Olympians played
errorless ball.
The round robin affair will run from Bradford's "Dinky" Kilby takes. Thursday July 6, In prepare
Saturday July 1, to Monday July 3, rip In Post 202' doubleheader sweepof tlon for the District 2 tournament to be
and Include teams from Jacksonville, Palatka Saturday In a Sunday split held In Mlddleburg starting July.21. The Civltans' Kenny McNenl ruined
Tallahassee and Marianna. with DeLand "B" "Dlnky's long Clark's hopes for a no-hitter In the
double sparked a T-l KH win. sixth when he laced a tingle MclVeal
The Wednesday June 21. game between was gunned down trying to steal by r
_ Post 202 To Host Tourney the Sonics and the Merchantswas catcher Randy Par ado, and Clark rt
rained out. '", rj: ;, closed out the game with two more
Keystone's American Legion Post Four teams will participate In the strikeouts to nail down the victory.
202 baseball team will host a July 4th tourney which includes along with
weekend Hound !tobin baseball the hometown team Jacksonville Olympians Clvitans e
. tournament beginning$ Saturday July Post 137, Tallahassee Post 13, and Kenny Clark pitched no-hit baseball The Olympians had only three hits a
I and running through Monday. July Marianna Post 100 for five innings striking out 11 men. to for the game all by shortstop Chuck I
3. lead the Olympians to a 0-0 win over Johnson. Johnson knocked In four of
the Civltans, In the last Dixie Boys' the team's six runs going for-3 with
season game Thursday June 22. two doubles and a tripleT .

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Why Is Mr Olin Interested In becoming member of the Bradford Irrrl Parrltih John lludnon.'Coach.
County Board of Education? This Is the question which he Is often Middle row Judyttrnughton,Marle6riffis. 'uiiiKi>>h. BI.I lIud "II. Marian: .
aiked. His answer is that he feels It Is his duty to offer this county ulnwley..
the benefit hit broad training and experience education,social Back rows I "Poppy"Bafwell." C'orch; IJllln..urlll.... I'lIlIt.III..d. Joy :Miln,
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with hon*ty and humility to u0g. .>t and Kelp carry out T
policies, to help Improve the quality of our education and to Insist. '
on cutting our faxes, II possible. He hat the time to do all work I Irr
which is eiientlal. Register and Vote.

Merchants' first baseman Blaine Dyal and pitcher Thomas Paladlno try to
Paid Political Advertisement by Vernon E Olin Campaign Fund hold Clvllans'runner Scott Allen close In Tuesday's Dixie Boys'game. {
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McDonald's: Closes Season on Top

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McDonald closed out the season regular season meeting of tha two
with a bang and finished In the lop teams Wednesday night/ June 21, !In q ,v P w
spot with 15 wins in Men's Open soft Men's Open League softball.Haas .
bull this week. ,
Lake Butler's Merchants won their grabbed two RBIs with a first
; second game of the year against Inning homer, and Bennett added two
LWCI but Lawtey avenged an earlier doubles while scoring two runs. Also
loss to the Merchant Monday night having good nights at the_plate for
Final standings: McDonald's ift-1 McDonald's were Johnny Powell 2V ,
Waters Bulldozing of Hampton 11-C forts with a double and a single and
LWCI 610. Lawtey Poor Boys 4-8, Bill Ratllff, who ripped two hits and
Lake Butler Merchants 214. scored two runs.frlrst .

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Front row (I..Kr> sire) Eugene Thomas Henry Tlmmona, Leroy Met'ray. Leon
: Hayes. Wayne Evans and Jerome William.
r Second Place Water's. VnlMoibig tlamploa: Back row Front rw arei Terry CalnesJ-arry Mercer, Emmett Akrldae. Wilbur Cecil Pate Darrell Gay and Charles Porter. Not pictured are Garfield Harris.
Waters Charlie Green and John MoU Ramsey Melvin S....._. and Jesse Griflls.! ,
Back row<.-..>ant Steve Cmbbedge, Tim EUand, Ellis Griff Is.Dwight Elder.
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Kneeling l-ri Grelg Moyer BUI Ratllff. Terry Hardee.BW Malone Johmy tournament Friday night,June 16, at .. congratulate these two hard nose
PowelL Fred Wheeler Rodman. fishermen for
doing so well when the
Standing: Lane Slbley, coach manager, Danny McKbuiey. Joey Bennett, Boats were launched at Kenwood chips are down {
Randall Thomas, Dale Haas. J.J. Wheeler. Denton DeVee. Landing at 8 p.m. Fishing was slow :
Not Pictured: David Homer Bennett only 20 bass landed
were during the Only one tournament left for this

Lawtey 21-Lake Butler 2 The Poor Boys were paced by tournament year.',," August begins a new year. /

Lawtey's Poor Boys avenged an Jackson Prevail George Seely and Twenty-four Bassmasters fished The July tournament will be held at
[,earlier loss to Lake Butler mercilessly Randy McGovern,all with two singles this tournament One Basimaster by 'Santa Fe Lake Friday night, July 2t.r i
,as they' pounded the Merchants 21* for the night the name of Don Thompson landed Fourth Place Lawtey Poor Boys: '
fc In Men .Open Softball's final game nine of these bass,so you can see what Tournament will begin at 8 p.m. and Front row (ca.r. are: Larry Brown, Buddy Paterson Doug Jones. Larry
'of the season Monday June 28 LakeB.UerI -LWCI IS was left for the other 23. end at 8 a,m,, so plan to be present Paterson Jackson Prevail
: Buddy Paterson, Larry Brown, With 31 hits collected in an offensive and fish hard, maybe those bass will Back row U-rl are: George Surly Gary Norman Robbie Smith. ;Mike Glean; ,
,Do meat Reddish, Jackson Prevatt, battle Lake Butler outlasted LWCI I understand some of the Bass-' cooperate this time. David Devore, Dogmral Reddish Johnny Brown, and bathov Timmy Seek.,
and Mike Glenn all collected two hits 14-12 to post their second win of the masters got so tired of catching Not pictured: Randy McGovern.
|as the Poor Boys pounded out 17 safeties season in Men's Open League softball nothing, they tied up their boats and Dale Johns Is still the point leader
t/ Luther for the Polhill game.and B. action Wednesday June 21. took a nap. ,for this year Don Thompson rides in Rotary Installation Set Friday
shortstop This Is unusual for Rodman this second place. Don gained on Dale at
;Thomas knocked In the Merchants'two The victorious LB Merchants used the last
also the tournament and he
runs with singles In the fourth. almost all singles to score six runs In Hopefully those bass moon will was do better right. to overtake him July 21 says plans The annual installation banquet of VMiiffen. and other olfutrs Mill IH In-
the second and five in the fifth. The next tournament (the Starke Rotary Club will be held at stalled ol this time following a Monk
'McDonald's IS-Water!of Hampton I winners placed four one-base hits in a Looks like it will 7 p.m. Friday In the Starke Golf and dinner
Bill Malone, Terry Hardee, and row to lead off both big Innings. At 8 p.m, all Bassmasters were between these two Bassmasters.be a shoot out Country Club with Rotary Anns as Awards will be muck and) "',//1. 1
Randall Thomas had perfect nights at Doyle Kemp was flawless at the more than ready to call It a night. Dale ,finishing second special guests. Slade will present I lie program,
the plate to lead McDonald's to a 15-1 plate, going 4-for-4 with three says Is like "Some Memorable Homing Kxpcr:
single After each Bassmaster weighed in, kissing sister
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win over Waters Bulldozing of and a double. Wilbur Rodgers was no Don Thompson was the winner Harry that. Incoming president, Wayne fences"
Hampton In Monday's final Men's slouch with the bat either going J-, Sheffield placed second. Harry also 't t Bass
softball game for both teams. for-4 with two .Ingles and a triple. landed the largest bass for the night wishes, d\\ -
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Malone batting last in the order Also hitting for the winners were ,.' Crawford
laced a home run and two singles In Luther Polhill, two singles, and David -
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added three singles. four times by means of three singles
Wilbur Waters was Hampton's only and an error. FRESH FROM OUR FARM
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McDonald's Fred Wheeler and the LWCI had good night at the plate
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only six hits in the game. singles barrage. Garfield PURPLE HULL $ &OQGROWDER r'i
Harris and Larry Lee laced home
McDonald's II-Lawtey Poor Boys 3 runs, while Cecil Pate Jerome BUSHEL
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powered McDonald's to an 11-3 win two singles apiece. Leon Hayes had a -
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Sen. Robert Graham, Democratic Democratic primary in September.
candidate for governor, will stop at Graham expects to have been !
The Bradford County Telegraph office employed In each of 100 different lobs. OKRA 59cLB
Friday, June 30, at 11JO a.m. as he In May Graham announced his
swings through three north Florida choice of Marlanna State Representative -
counties. Wayne Mixson as,his running .
Graham 41, a dairy farmer from mate. GREEN 3 $OUTH CAROLINAPEACHES -
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around the state working at a varietyof Green Cove Lumber Co.,Is Graham's' j !
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men at its meeting June 20. ;
They hope to fill the rosters with Seafood Market CENTRAL HEAT & AIR ,;
Heading up committees this year registration the last two Saturdays of .
will be Melany Slrutheri, concession; July, July 22 and 29. The teams will Completely Installed From f t tI
Jean Morris, awards and publicity, start practice August 1.. &I# I'll* femi
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by visitors to the Magic Needle's Cotella Bevis, Gainesville needlepoint Jennings. Gainesville; Pat Hines,
fourth annual.Needlework Show was a chair. Orange Park; Eleanor Samuels
card table cover done In needlepointand Merit awards: Kathryn Motely. Gainesville.
bargello by Mrs Thomas M Lawtey, needlepoint pillow; Amy Needlepoint pillows palnted-
(Barbara) Holt of Jacksonville. Kinzey.Starke crewel picture: Jenny Gayle Glannlnl, Gaineivllle: ,F.
Mrs. Marty Barry owner of the Ambercromble, Starke, needlepoint Jennings Gainesville; Bunch
Magic Needle, said the sweepstakes picture!Kula Ray,Starke patchwork Powers Gainesville. '
winning card table cover done In a purse.Ribbon. Needlepoint pillows center
blue background with beige Accentswas winners listed by category workedDorothy Hayes.' Lake
chosen by the viewers ss the and place are: Butler; Ellen Kirkpatrick. Gainesville -
piece they would mart like to own for Needlepoint bell pull centers ; Mrs. John F MagUI. Melrose,.
their own homes. The cover Is worked- MaIM Leacock, Gainesville Bargello pillow Cheryl Godwin.
decorated with game items such as ; Mae Miller, Starke; Bunny Lake Butler; Ruth Thomas Jack.
III'JPlt.4E 1 1IIiiIi canto, poker chips, score pad and Rabers Gainesville. sonville.; Bernice Garden. Jacksonville -
pencil. Needlepoint bell pull' painted ; honorable mention'.,,,., ,.
A teacher at Orange Park High Catdla BtvU. ,. Gainesville; Carol Carolyn Beall Gainesville,
School, Mrs. Holt Is an accomplished Veldhurst.. Starke; Florence Bargello class project-: Eleanor, :'.
craftsman and also won the special Jennings. Starke. Samuels, Gainesville; Charlotte
ciJ'SAVE! award rosette for her needlepoint NeedlpointpursesMarylou Bruce Gainesville; Gail Gianninlj. I
seat, back and arm coverings on a Swearingttn,"Gainesville', Marie Gainesville; honorable mention' .**,, '
French Provincial chair.She receiveda Sumner,.:Starker Florence: Jennings, Dell Adams Gainesville.
second: place for a framed needlepoint Starke. > Bargello picturesGail Giannlnl.
with an Oriental motif. NeedlepoinR Christmas Stockings- Gainesville; Ruth Thomas Jack-
INVENTORY SELL-OFF Mrs. Holt said her Interest In Judy Brown, Starke; Mrs. Under- sonville; Annie Jennings.Gainesville.
needlework began about six years ago, down Gainesville; Jane Wedemeyer, Cross stitch Jllene Rots Starke:
after watching her mother and the Keystone Heights. Linda O'Rear. Stark; Eloise Loudon.. '
Interest has spread to her husband Crewel picture Cheryl Godwin Starke 'aCross ; .
who often teaches needlepoint to community Lake Butler;' pat nines. Orange stitch pictures- Kay Bailie.; .
groups in Orange Park. Park: Nancy Alexander. Jack. Starke: Linda Adklns Starke: '
WASHERS I DRYER Over 200 viewers admired the 160 sonville.. Barbara POll ton. Keystone Heights.
entries In the needlework show In Needlepoint( picture painted Crochet Garment- Ruby Moore
Mrs. Barry's shop In her home on Frankie Platt.Cltra;h Marty Radford Jacksonville; Esther Williams. ,"
Bessent Road In east Starke. Gainesville;!Beth Stlth. Cltra. Starke: Helen Vogt. Starke.
Other awards were: Needlepoint picture centers Knit Garment-Thelma Townsend.
> Five Rosette\ Ribbons for outstanding worked Thelma Townsend Gainesville Gainesville: Bernie Winkler. Starke.
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project: Eleanor Samuels, ; Bunch Powers, Gainesville; AfghanscrochetCarolyn
SPEED Gainesville counted thread baby Bernice Garden Jacksonville. Buckford. Keystone Heights; Bunny
afghan; Betty Kerr Palatka petite Needlepoint picture counted- Roberta Gainesville: Betty Watkins
point oriental picture; Barbara Holt, Marie Slemer, Starke; Barbara Holt. Hampton ,
Jacksonville, needlepoint chair; Pat Jacksonville MghanllknltKathy Jaborg..
...."'". 3 CYCLE Gainesville; Bernie Winklcr. Starke;
Mrs. P.D. Sandlin. Jasper,
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES 11n Gainesville. Our Saturday. June 17, at 11 a.m. in First f'f

Church 10 Elisabeth prayer ar.with her. Baptist Church: Marietta Ga.
sf God: Sunday School by Terry .
a.m., Worship Service and ( Phone. ftwaot: Master Brian Sanders went on a :
11 a.m. business trip with his dad, Wendell Mr. and Mrs Sumter Harley went

p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 i Mrs Clifford Baxley of ;i., Barry cle GRIM spent last Sander, to Boston, Maine, and on a trip to Concord, North Carolina In {
YPE Lawtey
p.m., Friday at 7 p.m. Mr. Trinity met of their friends
week They many
Mlddleburg, Mrs. Carolyn Davie and at Youth Camp on Hill- Washington, D.C. They returned while
Evergreesj Baptist) Sunday School there and the reunion at ,
enjoyed
10 children of Vero Beach, Mr. and Mrs.Gene crest Lake. Barry won a ribbon for home Saturday morning
s.m. orohlp Services 11 am. and first Mr. and Mrs. and that time.The school: was named aftera i
Training Union PryerMeeting Taylor and girls. Mr. and Mrs. place In relay race. Henry Hodges .
7p.m. ,
p.m. William M. Grlffls and family Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Harris of State family were Sunday dinner \guests of Presbyterian minister, Sunderland.
Faith Wednesday: Cbmrthi 7 pn. Radio Pearl Griffis, Mrs. Kenneth Colemanof Farm visited their parents. Mr. and their brother-in-law and sister Mr. She was a student at that college 1\\

Program on Baptlsl WPXE a.m. Sunday. Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman Mrs. G.W. Harris at Titusville. over and Mrs. Gene Murphy and children, years ago. It looked much differentnow
and the weekend. and their mother, Mrs. Emma compared to what It did when
BlbfeSchoolIOa.m. Service and sons Mrs. Sarah Norman
Worship : spent Mrs. Pam Lomas and of they attended school there. .1
Dariene were children Hodges.
and
11 and 8:30 Mrs. Norman sons
a.m. Prayer
Meeting
p.m. with them. Callahan spent Friday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson, four They canned lots of vegetables
Wednesday, First Baptist at 6:30: Church p m. t Sunday and The Bryant (Bunk) Wilkinson her sister, Mrs. Wendel Sander and sons and .eight other young people<< while there to help pay their school:
Highland girls. from Friendship Baptist Church ol tuition. Mrs. Harley then decided to
enjoyed reunion at
School family a
t:4S
: : a.m., Worship Services 11
Till Waters and Mr.and get together friends and loved ones so
and Church Sunday. There were daughter'of Mr. Keystone Heights. Mrs. E.M.
7:30 Union Baptist
a.m. : Mr.
p.m. Training
6:30 100 to 125 present for the occsslon.: Mrs Mike Waters of Mlddleburg. was Norton and daughter Sarah, Mrs they could have a Reunion one day to
p.m., Prayer Meeting on visit
Wednesday at 7:30 Miss Allison Hayes left for Boca: Sunday overnight guest of Stacie Frank Brown and daughter, Kim, lave It and It was planned for April,
Grace United MethodUtt p.m. Sunday Mr. Raton. Fla. Friday to spend a month Cnann. Mary Ann Lyons and Mrs. Elsie 1978. Their friends are still writing
School 9-45 with her father, Fay Hayes.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harris, Mrs. Norman, all from the Morgan Road letters thanking them for the meeting.
Services 11
: a.m., Worship
to Brenda Cowart and Church of Starke attended God really helped her and them, get ,
a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. Methodist Youth Mr. and Mrs. Earl Boyette and daughter Amy Baptist ,
Ga. and their and Cheryl Yarborough visitedDisney Zachary: Dale Andrews and Miss together at this time.
Fellowship at 6:30: p.m. on Sunday family of Columbus. _.__________ 1
Sr.of Lake World in Orlando this week. --------- 2
night Choir Practice Wednesday at of mother,Mrs.O.J boyette --
7:15 City, were Friday supper guests of Stacie Gnann, daughter of Mr. and :,
p.m.United Methodist Women met at the them. their brother and sister-in-law and Mrs. Jimmy Gnann, attended the SRO ]ER NEWS1 tll
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home of Mrs. Frank COM.hostess, on family,Mr.and Mrs O J. Boyette,Jr. recital for Jacksonville Twirling i
Tuesday, June 20, with 11 ladles after Mrs. Pierce Crews visited her Academy last Tuesday at the -
present. Meeting was opened by Mrs the sister, Mrs. Waldo Prlngle of Woman's Club In Jacksonville. Slide By Jeanette Prescott from North Florida Regional HospitalIn I
Wilma Wainwright, with Mrs. Frank Worthington Springs, over the although only six years old,has been a Gainesville Monday, June 19. We }
Coss giving the devotional. Mrs. weekend. She la patient in Union member of the Twirling Academy for Petfoods pray she continues to improve until
Wilma Wainwright was In charge of County Hospital In Lake Butler. 24 years, she received a trophy for'lJlrI'ect Mr. and Mrs Ed Hoover, of Land she's good as new. Mrs. Mamie 1
the which was the story of Mrs. Daisy Thompson returnedhome attendance being present O'Lakes, accompanied by their son Stalnaker was released from the
Rebecca program, from the book, "Women of Mrs. from Bradford County Hospitalthis every Thursday. She and brother and dau )lter.ln-Iaw, Mr. and Mrs hospital Thursday, June 22. We hope\
the Bible," after which refreshments Mr. week. Barry also had perfect attendance at W.C. Whitman, after spending all last for her continued Improvement.Sbft la
were served by the hostess, Mrs. Mr.and Mrs.J.W. Thomas and Jay Lawtey school this year. This was his week traveling as far as the Smokey recuperating at the home T>f her
Coss. of Live Oak Jody Thomas of New 5th year for perfect attendance.Mr Mountains came by on their way back daughter, Airs. Juanlta Adams. '
The Gospel Echoes of Congregational York City, Mrs. Ann Andrews and and Mrs. Ernest Wells and two home last Friday to visit Mrs. Reports are if everything keeps Improving
Church at Raiford sang at Mrs. Miss Debbie of Wildwood, Mrs. Gene sons of Huntsville Ala are visiting Jeanette Prescott and Johnny. They Edward (Dick) Raulerson
Grace Methodist Church Saturday Mr. Moore, Pam and Gregg of his sister, Mrs. Martha Dorko. While stayed over Friday night to spend will be able to come home from the
night and it was a blessing to all. their Homestead Jimmie Moore and Miss here they are spending some time some time with Rhonda Whitman, nospital,Sunday,June 25. Our sincere
The ladies of the church prepared and Debbie Crews of Jacksonville, Mr. with their mother, Mrs Mae Wells, their granddaughter and niece. prayers are with them all.
lunch for the men who worked at the and Mrs. Chuck Moore and Bob of who Is a patient in Ed Frazier Claude Prescott's daughter Genet!
church. It will be beautiful when they Lake City were dinner guests of Mr. Memorial Hospital In Macclenny. and her husband, Larry, came by anJpicked Dear Readers: ,
have It finished. and Mrs. Fred Moore Saturday ,. Barry Gnann enjoyed the raft race her father up and they all wentto My family and I are leaving on a
The MYF would like to thank the evening before attending\ the wedding on Suwanee River with the Boy visit her brother David, In Alachua three week vacation starting July 1. t!
adults who attended and made the of Miss Kathy Casey and Johnnie enjoy: His parents and grandparents General In Gainesville Mrs Linda Cox will be your Brooker '
Gene
spaghetti a financial success. Jack Hobbs In Starke. Other guests that family night with the Scouts at Sunday. and Larry reside in News Correspondent while I'm gone, I
Regular meeting of MYF will be held her. afternoon were Mr. Paul Moorem Hart Springs on Wednesday night. Jacksonville. so please call your news items In to
throughout the summer on Sunday Major and Mrs. Mike Thompson and Friends of Mrs. Evan Hodges of David Prescott was released from her at 485-1618.1 appreciate It
night at 6:30 p.m. at the church. Mr. son John of Runge. Texas, and Mr. Brooker, mother of Mr. and Mrs. the hospital last Monday. He and his
Special field trips are planned for were Jeff Torode of Starke. ,Jimmy Gnann, regret to learn that wife, Vera, and baby David stayed a July 4: S
days during the week. If you would and few days with his father, Claude, The Brooker garbage dump will be I
like to come, but don't have a ride, r before returning home. He's closed: July 4 and there will also be no ,
please call Norman or Laurie Contl at night. * GIRL SCOUT NEWS * recuperating: fine. garbage pickup that day. The dump
9648498. Please be part of our Mrs. Madge Hicks, was released will reopen Wednesday, July 5.

summer fun. Mr. Neyatl started Monday on schedule which Is wonderful. Big thank you to
Next regular meeting will be their with 34 scouts, seven boys and pixies Bill Biggam, Carmen Early, for additional .
Sunday, July 2nd, at 6-30: p.m. sharp. gave and 18 staff members.The repair; Jack Eaves, Jay Eaves. * Community News * III j jby

Highland Baptist: Sunday School first day was spent getting and Pat Mundorff for transporting the
10 a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. and acquainted with the area and each tables. r
6 p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday Chris other. Each day started with Gerrl Another big thank you to Don Elisabeth G.Walker Monday, July 3, there will be a
7:30: p.m. Lewis leading warm-up exercises. Hardenbrook. Harry Green and Phone 1644683 banquet honoring four graduates: ;
Laura Baptist Sunday School 10 and Warm 'It has been) Florida Power and Light for the Concerned Cltliens of Bradford Wanda Pittman, Betty Jean Hudson,
a.m.; Worship Services II a.m. and also Laurie Mullins next'' lead singing "cooking effect." County will meet Thursday, June 29, Patricia Ganey and Freda Holmes.
7-30: pm., Prayer Meeting with all the old Girl Scout and All members are Invited to attend this ;
asked
members to
songs Bt 7:30: p.m. All are
Wednesday at 7:30 * * *
In the
pm. affair
some news. Cadettes had flag be present for business of vital annex. "
Morgan Road Baptist: Sunday after Monday with Julee Wise New Bethel Baptist Church The
ceremony Methodist Youth ActivitiesEighteen Importance.
School 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 Michelle Klmutis. Carmen Eaves andPertema The Revival at Calvary Is Deacons and Deaconesses are invitedto .
a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Training Union 6 Mrs. attend Ebenezer's anniversary
Brown participating. Joyce from the dates scheduled,
of the older youth postponed
p.m., Prayer. Meeting Wednesday at Wainwright assisted Cadettes had a ,registered in the evening Vacation July 6-7 and 10-14, due to getting the July 2 at 3 p.m. All members are. ,
7:30 Julie Invited
: pm.Northilde )
with wildlife officer Jim
Baptist: Sunday School noon busy Monday Church School program last week. On organization together. Wednesday 7:30: Prayer Meeting : .
Schatz them to plant a feeding Watch the for the
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helping announce
10 a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. and and deer and turkey. He also Monday, the youth visited After Hope ment. John paper P. Franklin, state and Bible Class. Sunday School 9:30: ".
7 Prayer Meeting Wednesday at identified Baptist Church at Theresa. Bible Class S will terminate
p.m. plants, bushes and trees for ball chairman of Evangelism. a m. p.m.
lesson in volley by
7 Mr. ( I being taught a services for the
day.
p.m. them. This unit earned plant badge, Searle Church Activities: : I
Smyrna Missionary Baptist: time ) the Hope youth, Mrs Grace Please remember the sick and shut-
swimming badge,painting badge and served refreshments to the group and Church of God In Christ Tuesday 7
Sunday School 10 a.m.j< Worship who ins in your prayers. .
worked on challenge of out-of-doors. Band. Friday 7:30,
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., BTS 5:45: Many thanks to Jim Schatz-Jack ,then the youth from both churches Pastoral Teaching and Prayer. Free Canaan True Church ot God
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Earl participated in a Bible Study In Unity: Band each Monday
pm. Prayer
Waterhouse for the planting; Millard Starke Branch of the Church ofPe.us 'Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning
The Each
Keystone't
.pm.it ; Judd for the Interesting visit and tour Christ of Latter Day Saints was Worship 11:30 a.m. with Minister 7:30 p.m. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. .
10 a.m
i ,, ... ., .,j of,his studio; Itoeier'a/ unery for the Tuesday evening Dewey Tylor and B. Kay in charge. Tarrying. Service; Saturday .
nl! li-xo n" ,'i "i j I i >Ij i i i: Pa the youth on tha Sunday.School .convention wl
,
,vl8il Smith his ... ,
i.r'.rtvtmCt pEIMONALa WfK'Umr' '" j jt family ."?, and Dan for het '" 1t".1O.twd"1Irr.lbtlMmrtf vet rs7aoaY.P.W.wrwlth4SieaswJimmle' ',II!begin through Sunday, l-a. ..;;/" .
Cadettes spent Tuesday ntghl'aCamps evening of the history, formation and Thomas In charge. rf Mt. Mertah'United MethodistChurch
t It. they also welcomed Irene Ml. Zion A.M.E. Church, Lawteyt
beliefs of this Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman and Wainwright back from her Wider Wednesday evening the. youth The Pastor and members of Mt. Zion : Wednesday Bible Study and ,
their mother, Mrs Carl Prevatt, Chorus rehearsal 7:30 p.m. Sunday i,
Opportunity trip to Pennsylvania. visited the Church of God In Starke have been working very hard to
spent the weekend with their son and Juniors participating in Tuesday's ,and participated In their Wednesday purchase church furniture. All School 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 !
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Reggie and flag ceremony were Ericka Gruen service. activities have been successful. Theyare a.m. I
evening .
Norman of Gulf Hammock. after Karen Kimutis, Monica Maslowski, overnight out a.-retreat grateful to everyone that helped Pleasant Grove United Methodist' I,
An I
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Stephens of and Dawn Scott, Valerie camp Church: Every first and second
Randolph for Thursda ''ning make the Dual Day activity a success.
planned .
Starke spent the weekend with their Rosaland Lennon Bonnie Snell and ,was morning. The youth They raised 1413. Monday Young Adult Choir rehearsal. 1
friends Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rogers of Mr. Sabrina Snell. Patty Mullins assisted and travelled Friday to Mlrrow Lake at Inter- Sunday School will terminate Each Tuesday Wednesday Choir ''

Norfolk, Va. It was very impresaivcwithanarchof lachen for the retreat. The overall service for Sunday.at 10 a.m. Regular rehearses. Prayer I I
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Anders and home for the bearer to Meeting Each Thursday Bible Study.
canoe paddles flag for the week was designed to lervices will be held Sunday, July 9.
children"went program All activities start at 7 Sunday
all the out to enjoyed! march under. the youth with God's involvement You are invited. p.m. !
Lake Saturday afternoon and 'acquaint In other churches and to Ebtneier Baptist Church: School 10 a.m. Communion Services 3

swimming and a cookout. Jerry Juniors spent Tuesday night In with other youth In the Tuesday 8pm. Bible Class. Thursday pm.The J 'I
of Jacksonvillewas ,.,fellowship First Born Church of The
Mrs. Cora Hodges camp where they did a lot of cooking. 6:30 p m. Prayer Meeting. Sunday
a Friday overnight guest of her and They earned their outdoor cook area.Junior Youth: The junior youth will School 9:30: a.m. Morning Worship 11 Living God:'Tuesday: night 7:45: p.m. ,I I
Prayer Service. Friday 7:45: TarryingServices. i
badge, dabbler badge gypsy badge meet at the Church this Saturday a.m. Evening Worship 5:30: p.m
Sunday School 10:30: a.m. t
and dramatic badge. )
troop morning at 8 a.m. lor a tubing trip. Worship 11:30: a.m., Home. ;. .
Morning .
Additional staff for,week Included Both met at the Church last * * * 4
KNOW I YOUR Romana Jordan waterfront; Beulah 'I Sunday groups evening for Bible Study and 4. Invited.Mission.\ YPCW 6 p.m. The public Is ;.
Lennon, Willie Mae Randolph Sarah SERVICEMAN :
Morris and Gwen Gray. fellowship. The snack supper was : Greater Bethlehem Freewill ,
served by Mrs. Nancy Robert and ia Baptist Church: Each Monday 7:30:
The picnic tables at Neyatl are Mrs Sue Winkler.LAWTEY'S * * * Tots rehearse Tuesday i
great, We have .one for ,each, unit p.m. Tiny .
7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting. I
; yoU v Montgomery StationedOn Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Story Hour and
t\ere's.WbOt Okinawa the All Male Chorus rehearses ;
It i I Friday at 6:30: p.m. the Junior Choir ,

, Marine Private First Class Willis L. rehearses, The Junior Choir will sell
count on Montgomery, son of Izel Montgomery pies Friday night. Saturday dinners 4\
0 if P.O. Box 908, Starke, has returned will be sold from the kitchen.
from an extended deployment in the Saturday at 6 p.m. monthly
held
$ Western Pacific. School teachers meeting will be
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; 78I He Is assigned to Battalion Landing Sunday Is Pastoral Day. Sunday ,
\ Before / Team 1.9, based on Okinawa. School. Morning Worship 11 a.m. ;
jsjijJIJJ This unit was the ground element of Dinner will be served 12:30: p.m. ;
I a Marine Amphibious Unit (MAU), League 4 p.m. Evening Worship
and 8th ANNUAL the force-ln-readlncss for the U.S. Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E.
or conditiOning\ Seventh Fleet; on-call to project: Church: Friday 7:30: p.m. Lovefeast
newt GE air J'l J'lWe combined air ground forces ashore, If Service. Communion will be given
HUEGRASS
word\ -: SUMMER required Friday night for all members unableto
behind our \ attend Sunday morning.The I
q stand wet as a CONVfNTION District Convention of Sunday
1. insta\latlOn\ as QfIwill stAY During deployment, BLT 1-9 participated Schools, Allen Christian Fellowship,
.C yoU! 1 at I In training exercises: in the Laymen Senior and Junior
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operation durln9h<)S hot C Republic of Philippines, Mt. Fuji,. Missionaries of the West Jacksonville ,
comfortable I IAWTEY'BLUIGRASS Japan and on the Island of Tinlan. District: East Florida Conference

SER/\CE\ 10r MUSIC PARK Port visits were made In Guam African Methodist Episcopal Church f
provide t ; Salpan Hong Kong Taiwan, andManila will begin Tuesday at 7:30: p.m f

3' ,We : we're oej icwtay fica.I in the Philippines. through Friday, July 11, 12, 13, 14,
I insta\1atiOns\ repaIr Montgomery joined .the Marine Fountain Chapel AM.E Church 737 .
,.e1tper\ Corps in January 1977. Jessie Street, Jacksonville. ;
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Edward M.Tucker,It Stark with Rev. Ray Williams .. John H.Parker Bradford Retired Teacher
Edward M.Tucker,72,of 212 N. Bay officiating. Burial was at the graveside
Street Starke died Friday, June 23. in Cedar of LeBanon Cemetery In Tuesday, June 27, at 2 p.m. Jn the Miss LHAmanda Pfaholsler John II. Parker. 93. died Wed- Methodist Church of Lawtey. She waa
after an apparent heart attack In Levy County under the direction of Raiford Road Church of Christ In Miss LuAmanda Plnholster 85, a nesday. June XL In a Wsycross Ga. church organist for many year
Willis ton. Archer-Tanner Funeral ,Home of Macclenny, with Rev.D.L,Grlffii and native of Bradford County died June hapiulLBorn Survivors Include one daughter
Born In Brooksville Fla. Mr. Starke. Rev. John Yarborough officiating 7 in St. Petersburg. where she lived In Shelby County, Alabama. Mrs. Martha W. Dorkoof Lawtey; one
Tucker lived In Bradford County for Burial followed In Elim Cemetery In since 1921. June: 30, IttM, Mr. Parker lived In son, Ernest B. Wells of Huntsvllle,
many year where he owned and Fort White. Archer Funeral Home Miss Plnholster third grade WaycroM for the past 2V* yean, Ala.; four grandchildren and three
operated the Tucker Bait and Tackle R.L.GRIFFIS Lake Butler was In cha...**. ( arrangements. for 39 years at taut School In moving there from Hampton where he great-grandchildren. .
Shop. He was a a member of the +., $" St. Petersburg.She retired in 1956 due operated a general store for many Funeral services were held .'
Baptist faith.SurvlvorsInclude. Mr.R.L. Griffis, 53. of Raiford. died to health reasons. years. He was a member of the Wednesday morning June 28. in
: three daughter, Sunday morning June 25. In the Her teaching career spanned 45 Hampton Baptist Church. Grace United Methodist Church In hJ
Mrs Romilda Pippen of Klllen Veterans Hospital in Gainesville, years, beginning at Graham in Brad Lawtey! with Rev. Don' Denton and i
Texas, Mrs. Norman Jean Davis of after a brief II nell. VaseoJ.Underbill l ford Rev. William C. "Will"
County. She Survivors Include Wright
Trenton and Mrs Edna Hickman of Mr. Criffls was a life long resident Vasco J. Underhill, II, of Rt. 2 Box school: In Bradford taught grammar Parker : one son, Dennis nfficlaUn/ was In the family ':i
County from 1917 of Flint. Mich. two
Starke; three sons, Charles Tucker of Union County He was employedwith 69 E, Starke died Tuesday morning to 1920. where she served as both daughters: M.... Opal Brooks j plot In Crosby Lake1 Cemetery at ..:,
and Edward Tucker both of Starke Dupont. a mining operator. He June 27. from Injuries suffered in an principal and teacher. At that time, Mrs. Dorothy Hlgglns, both of lint Starke under direction of DeWitt C.
and James Tucker of Columbia South Is a member of the Raiford Lodge No. automobile accident In Shands high school: graduation and 18 ; Jones Funeral Home. ,
a college grandchildren and 25
Carolina; two brothers, Carl Tucker 82 F&AM. He was a past Master of the Teaching Hospital In Gainesville. great-grand
degree were not for children.
of Brooksville, Jay Tucker of Cedar lodge i; member of the Scottish Rite; A life long resident of Bradford teacher certificate required a state ,
the Funeral
and York Rite bodies In County Mr Underfill was a applicant services were held CARD OF THANKS
Key; one sister, Mrs. Daisy Curry of Lawtey. lie mechanicand had
to
Tampa; 14 grandchildren and 13 great was a member of the Raiford Road member d the Union Primitive She only pas for an exam. Saturday June 24. at the DeWItt C. The family of Ricky Patrick would t
taught Jones
a year at Fort Chapel with Dr. William Pruitt
grandchildren. Church of Christ. Baptist Church. Loudoun liketo, say thank you to each and "
Funeral services were held He Is survived by his widow Mrs Survivors Include: three daughters School for Girls Seminary In Winchester Preparatory officiating. Burial followed In the every one of you. during the sudden
Tuesday, June 27, In the Chapel of Gladys Cason Griffis of Raiford; his Mrs. Velma Harmes of Brunswick Miss Plnholster was the Va. family plot In Hampton Cemetery.Mrs. lose of our son and brother, who died f
Archer Tanner Funeral Home In' mother, Mrs. Frances Griffis of Lake Ga. Mrs. Darlene Campbell ofJac6onville great-granddaughter of'great, May 22, 1978. Thank you all for the

Butler; two daughters. Mrs. Patricia and Mrs. Brenda Espinosa.!: who John flowers, food, kind words, cards, and ,
was brought to Floridaas
.
Pearce of Sanderson and Mrs. Gloria McKenzie of Starke; four 'ion. a colonist: Andrew Mae Wells 50Mrs. being there. ,
Jane Pitcher of Starke; three grandchildren Harmon, Gene. John and Rex Under about 1770. by Turnbull -Mr. and M....W.M. Puti'iik: ,1 i
FLORIDA ; four brothers, Lonzie and hill all of Starke; four brothers Mae Biggs WeltS, 80, of and Family '
She was the daughter of David W. died ;
Lawtey, Monday afternoon June
,
Kodman O.J.
and
Billy Griffis both of Lake Butler, Arley
Underhill all of Stare and Amerlne A. Knight Pinholster, 28, In Frazier Memorial Hospital in
THEATRE Bobby of Raiford and Doyle of ; one sister, whoalso
helped settle northern CARD OF THANKS
Gainesville; five sisters, Mrs. Geneva Mrs. Eva Freeman of Starke, and 13 Florida. Macclenny. .
Call & Walnut grandchildren. Born February is, 1898 In Clay
Whitehead of Starke Mrs. Alta Mae
Starke 904-5451 Van Hauisse and Mrs Jeanette Funeral services will be held She was a member of the Baptist County, Mrs. Wells lived in Lawtey We desire to express to our kind
--- -------- Church. neighbors and
Friday. June 30 at 2 since 1918. She was the widow of the thoughtful friendsour "
Green, both of Jax., Mrs. Dixie Lee p.m. In the "
Survivors Include heartfelt
a brother, George late Ernest B. Wells. thanks for their mans
FriThniTues.At Chapel of Archer Tanner
and Mrs. both of Funeral
Lyons Betty Canady,
Macclenny/ ; and a host of nieces and Home of Starke with Rev. Roman Dewey Pinholster of Ormond Beach; Mrs. Wells served 20 years as postmaster expressions of sympathy. The beauli,
nephews. Alvarez officiating. Burial will follow a sister, Maree Plnholster, and nieces of Lawtey, retiring In 1968. ful floral offerings were especlalK' ,.
in and nephews. Including Mrs. John B. Prior to that Mrs. Wells taught school appreciated.The .
I Funeral services held Dyal Cemetery. .
"-' were (Marable) Wilson of St. Petersburg.LEGALS seven years.She was a member of the Family of James R. Taken

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: : NOTICE REGISTER OF INTENTIONTO IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH ,IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRAD- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF' FLORIDA IN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN .FORD COUNTY FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
yihth.dd1tb0h1crQ1eal FICTITIOUS NAME AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY \!J, AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY PROBATE DIVISIONFile PROBATE DIVISION. !
rtnd Pursuant to Section 86609, Florida
/ice/salaer/ ,,,, CIVILACTION File Number 78 210 CP 'r
Statutes notice I. hereby given that the t
....
never show. .....prAR undersigned Merrill Dees, Rt. 1. Box 32- CASE NO 78-148 ''t CIVILACTION No. 71-EO7-CP IN RE: ESTATE OF HAROLD B. j
,......"' In Re: The matter of the Adoption of: SHELDON Deceased ff.
B, Starke, Florida, 32091 and Walter H.
: II I'rllASl 1..(liSrlLt Johns, 1110 Colley Road, Starke KENNETH JOSEPH GORDON, Plaintiff, IN RE: The Estate of HAROLD R. WILT, ;.'
> MICHAEL WOODROW ..
CALLAN, \/ Deceased NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
I ooootavsTwwo Florida, 32091. doing business under the
I !! Plaintiff, .' Defendant
.
xvs.
firm name of "D. AND J. WORM TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMSOR
FARM," 1000 S. Water Street Starke. \ :'ft DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE \,
Bradford County. Florida, 32081, Intends CLARA RIFE CALLAN, Defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS ?j

301 DRIVE IN to register said ,fictitious name under theprovisions '*: NO PROPERTYTo ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMSOR INTERSTED IN THE ESTATE: .
NOTICE OF SUIT .
of aforesaid statute. DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
301 South Merrill Dees Walter H, Johns, NO PROPERTY .; :J.T. PLEMONS. Address Unknown. ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS "
owners.Dated. To: Oars Rife Callan, 211 Jordan Drive, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an INTERESTED IN SAID ESTATE: 1
Starke
!47484 Smithfield Virginia 23430 action for of Kenneth YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the
__ .. __ .. __ this 8th day of June A.0,1978. Adoption Joseph "_
SAT at Starke Florida Plamona has been filed against you J.T. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the administration, of the estate of Harold B. -. _,
FRI' 6/8 4tpd 6/29 Plemona and you are required to serve administration of the estate of HAROLDR Sheldon, deceased File Number\ 78 210 ;

* YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFED that an copy of your written defenses, rf any to WILT, File Number 77.507-CP, Is CP is pending In the Circuit Court 'for '
action for Dissolution of Marrlags has H, on the plaintiff's attorney whose pending In the Circuit Court for Bradford Bradford County, Florida Probate
It wasn't your ordinary, NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO been filed against you and you are required name and address is County Florida Probate Division, the Division the address of which is Bradford j

run-of-the-mill war. REGISTER to serve a copy of your written George H. PIerce address of which is Bradford County County- Courthouse, Starke. !
{ FICTITIOUS NAME defense, if any to h. on the plaintiff' P.O. Drawer 1030 Courthouse N. Temple Avenue, Starke Florida
Pursuant to Section 86609, Florida attorney whose name and address Starke, Florida 32091 Florida 32091. The personal representative The personal representative .of the ,
1\I\ JHCllRNYC Statutes notice is hereby given that the George H. Pierce PIERCE & HARDY. of this estate Is HAROLD R. WILT estate la Hazel U. Paulk, whose addressis J.

undersigned Armond M. Lehman and. P.A.. P.O. Drawer 1030, Starke. Florida and file the original with the clerk of the JR.,whose address C/O J.J. Wolbert, P.O. Box 1210 Starke. Florida 32091 .,
Shirley A. Lehman, Orchid Street 32091, and file the original with the clerkof above styled court on or before July 24 Jr., P.O. Box 1086 Starke., Florida The name and address of the personal ;;
Keystone Heights Florida 32656 doing the above styled court on or before 1078: otherwise' a Judgement may be 32091. The name and address of the representative's attorney are set forth ';r
business under the firm name of "301 July 17th 1978: otherwise a judgement below.All .
entered against you for the relief demanded attorney for the personal l representativeare
LIQUORS 2309 North Temple Avenue, may be entered against you for the relief In the complaint or petition. set forth below. persons having claims or demands
0 Starke, Bradford County Florida 32091. demanded In the complaint or petition. WITNESS my hand and the seal. of the against the estate are required WITHIN ,
<,....._... y- ,, llt1r. intends to register said fictitious name WITNESS my hand and the seal. Ofsaid said Court on June 16, 1978. THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
....,_ .. under the of aforesaid
provisions statute
"uiux.s' .w Court June 9 1978. THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
on Gilbert S. Brown As Clerk of said Court All persons having claims or demands
Armond M. Lehman and Shirley A. Gilbert S. BrownAs NOTICE to file with the clerk of the
By: Marian McRae, As Deputy Clerk. against the estate ere required within !
PLUS. Lehman owners.Dated Clerk of said Court 6/22 Otchg 7/13 THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF above court a written statement of any
this 8th day of June A.D., 1978at
claim demand have Each
By ,v THE FIRST PUBLICATION OFTHIS_ or they may
Starke. Florida. As Deputy Dark6154tchg76 claim must be In writing end must ,indicate
NOTICE to file with the clerk of the
'
10
"TAXI DRIVER"Sun. 6/8/ 4tpd 6/ ,, * court a written statement of claim the basis for the claim,,.the ,,,o.mtr...
,
* ? *. ,. any or
_. ...... ;, .; > Id"h .' and address of the creditor or his agwt,
.
.: demand have. Each
they may claim
------------------ ---- -- -- 'NOTICE' OF INTFNTIOfVTO !I . .J'::.:: ...-"'.1' .' :r' ..nsr.n.e"r"0 .r lane be In writing and must Indicate the basis must I or ttoMtey.; and the amount claimed II rn..1

REGISTER IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0 ""TFIE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF for the claim, the name and address of the claim is not yet due the date when it
Mon.
Tues. FLORIDA.
FICTITIOUS NAME will become due shad be stated. If the
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND the creditor or his agent or attorney and e
Purusant to Section 86609 Florida FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. the amount claimed. If the claim is not claim is contingent or unliquidated the ;.
MEL BROOKSIN Statutes, notice is hereby given that the CASE NO. 78223CAIN yet due the data when it will become natiiro nf the uncertainty shall be stated
undersigned Gloria and Doyle Griffis, CASE NO. 7&211 due shall be stated. If the claim is If the claim la secured, the
P.O. Box 602 Starke Florida. 32091 RE: The Marriage of HOMER CLYDE DIVISIONIN contingent or unliquidated the nature of security shall be described. The claimant: I
dang business under the firm name of COOK Husband, the uncertainty shall be stated. If the shall deliver sufficient copies of the claimto
"HIGHANXIETY" "CIRCLE G. RANCH," P.O. Box 602. and ,'I.' RE: The marriage of LOTHROP N.SMITtt. claim is secured, the security shall be de- the clerk to enable the clerk to mail

Starke Bradford County. Florld 32091. LaVERNE STEPHENS COOK Wife. .-+4uaband. and scribed. The claimant! shall deliver sufficient one copy to each personal representa .
intends to register said fictitious name SOPHRONA SMITH Wife. copies of the claim to the clerk to tive. ,
under the provisions of aforesaid statute. NOTICE OF ACTION enable the clerk to mail one copy to each All persons interested in the estate to
Qorkla and Doyle Griffis, owners To: HOMER CLYDE COOk NOTICE OF ACTIONTO personal l representative. whom a copy of this Notice of Administration .
PLUS. Dated this 22nd day of June A.D. 1000 Glenwood Drive, has been mailed are re

1978 at Starke Florida. Apt. O-7 : SOPHRONA SMITH, whose All persona interested In the estate to quired, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
6/22 4tchg 7/13 West Monroe, Louisiana residence and address is: whom s copy of this Notice of FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
"MOVINGVIOLATION" 373 Third Avenue (c/o Earl Jones), Administration has been mailed are required PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to file

39 MI PER GALLON YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Ripley West Virginia 25271 WITHIN THREE MONTHS any ejections they may have that !,

Subaru FE Coupe EPA rating. 50 Petition of Dissolution of Marriage has FROM, THE DATE OF THE FIRST ,challenges the validity of the decedent'swill
mi highway 33 mi, city average 39 been filed against you and that you are YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to the qualifications of the personal j
ml Dissolution of "'111"isge'has been tiled file representative, or the venue or jurisdiction ,
requlargas UmiledQujnmyWestslde required to serve a copy of your any objections they may have that '
RATED: PG Response or Pleading to the Petition against you and you are required' to serve challenges the validity of the dee nd nll of the court. .
Volkswagen/Subaru a copy of your written defer***, If any ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND'
upon the Petitioner's attorney Paul D. will, the qualifications of the personal l representative
1150 Lane Ave.
S Ph
781-5511
Newell Post Office 664 Keystone to It on A.Z. ADKINS JR., Petitioner's or the venue or jurisdiction OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL. BE,
Heights Honda 326E6 and file the Attorney, whose address to: P.O. BOX of the court. FOREVER BARRED.
original, Response or Reading in the 966 Gainesville Florida 32602 on or before Date of the first publication of this 1
Office of the Clark of the Circuit Court, Jury 10. 1978 and file trw original l J.J. WOLBERT JR. ESQUIRE Notice of Administration: June 22.1978.
I on or before the 10th day of July. A.D., with the dark of this Court either before ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRE Hazel U. Paulk as Personal l Representat
n (iJ1(3IlJ( 1978. If you fad to do so, a Default Judgment service on Petitioner's Attorney or SENTATIVEP.O. lYe of the Estate of Harold B. Sheldon
will be taken against you for the' Immediately there f1lll';- otherwise j Box 1086 .. Deceased. ,
relief demanded Default will be entered against you for 32001
in the Petition. Starke, Florida.
DATED at the relief demanded 'n the Petition. ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE .-
Keystone Heights
County day WITNESS: my hand and the seal. of HAROLD R. WILT JR. :
Florida this 9th day of June, '
( A.D., 1978. this Court on June 5, 1978. PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE George H. Pierce. P.O. Drawer 1030.

6/22 4tchg 7/13 Starke. Florida O.A'!
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT. GILBERT 3. BROWN. as Clerk of the Telephone: /9541701.

By: Virginia F. Darby Court 6/22 2tchg 6/29 I
6/15 4tchQ 7/6 By: Marion McRae, Deputy Clerk Ft'RlitTt'RE'REFIliISHIG: --
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TO RUT i .. 4 S bath, ......4. ....- ....r...... Fra. .1....., at. ......... eimIWM.. P.... M44841.M Tkaraday, -A 1
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brick. .... ... ...... :rQRAU: -114 S. Eppe..p". plus house, 1.117Westmoreland
ehlH.Burke N.,*..( H**>.. Deadline for wltlt X Pd, 3M.. lraa ..,aI..... eperteiaati alx : ceti ... poi. I
Pbaa. "."110. "/C"ATTENTIONPartyP" Phaea 4733623Z: (Tuesday noon prcsding'I K...'. Drac- 8.an.11 ....... .pi.g r.a***. ....., ... .1.. ......,. 1*. acres 843.SOO. "t U

TFehgTWO Thursday before publicI -! lOtpd 8/10 Uedarwead Meal 4 aill*,I HATCHING LOGS wildterkey P..... 161.7739tpd. 8/29 ACREAGE J m'.
I Itlon. Nartk .e US-301. '/>9 2tk| 11...'...., *ed wblufaleaaa. -23 productive acres of farm land! -3 .....2 B.
HOUSES .. ri/4 "Feet UI .".11. Edward. Ban GARAGE BALE, 21..16. CH8.A, trees. **
Our 31 ,.ar. New seltlulla 92.00 I SIGN PAINTINGt pecan
nimumch.rg.'
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acre Waet Madiera St., ......... TRAILER ":"RENT 28. Starke. .111 4tpd 1 It S..r.,. July. I I. 141 s.. til homo, IlK.II I, CHAA.
el tar*. (lit* .d Surb. 0..., ".M. (Covers Words TI aad>, Sa* Rudy at FOR ,. 4 ... 308 N. St. CUIr St.. -40 acres ft coxy country .
Jewelry. Dealer* hid Edward. ... 828. S,.,.... IZ W..... Flea Merit Friday c...1..1,. ferlkd. and trailer BW
......, ......... H'....., P...... 904-S3T9, 84tpd Each word over IS Saturday, 8....' ... P....* (84-8951. OAS 4tp4in BAKU HAY. Ariaetba.fcJrtlr Itpd 9/29 -27 lovely farm acres near Hampton Lake'a. !RO18 -

.*..1..1.... Ne I."...> 7 to I INot Is 10 cents foil| III.....'. ./8 4tpd 8/tt .."'.1..... ...... 9040071 I"lit well septic' tank Fla. Power. ? jfef
..... Or take advaaUge ateajr responsible :.Jrtl LU/...,__ >VE ACRES i W
....... _..., ......' IiVPL FOR"SALEi: when given overt GENERAL CARPENTRY a iiiio-in-1; Chad ready te Wild ... GOOD LOCATION1021 .
allr sad beak. a party .... Epp.,... S" .,. 910 ft. 'terror or when copy! WORK Deer ..*.(,.(. F.... '...1,. Te-Rta. UTILITY BUILDINGSr All OM Kile Wet ., Lake. Palm St. Precious Homo CHAA large
lX03873494 er wriU Mvloa' : ape.. ,le ...... ...tt. not typed and brought! ., cad ..1.1... Maul too N.Taeipla Av..., *l..b_, prawlrd, reap H..ptM s5 8R-18, ....zoo. fenced yard.AFFORDABLE. .it
SaaU'. Partba.A....c.... CH/A. 5,000 ....... W47S74 "Its tile ans.aen I Phase. "."084. 4/8 4tpd 8'.'..., P... (*487B4.TF ...1...U..kt .wUk**, lkUrUagea ... 4881853. 8/29 3tpd' 7/13 '' Hfc
fleer
08001. 0/12 2tckgZ9 tar .tal.. 5/4 tl/ckc' ...tIII .11. /." hid grave '
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delivered" t ap.Fbaatbg -438 W. Madison 132,000. 4 .... I:., CHAA
- -- 9 -DL, -- / 'TRACTOR 'WORK. Lar*. ,MAILE'RE8E.V ATION8 ."........,ap to 48awatk GARAGE BALE SeUrdey.U Owner will consider financing. !Available

Ads ., ..all Jake, dlaitsg' mew far _... .....t..... te pay 00 ..... 9 4 .... 2103 RitferdRoad. Immediately.' .'
Union County Want: ......, bub. .IN..... P.....* .. K....'.,. Lek,. P..... $""...I,.18ta'...,../-80Z0.. hug 8/29
1,..,.., Martla, 4-B230.. 5334388. 3/30 UkWant '"-6011. 8/12 .".... SILVER QUEEN SWEET EXCELLENT BARGAIN, ; ,", ,

BUIjBL eBBf" nmammfmjmgaat n.n. meamam. UIOfIN 8/IS_Biefcf_7/13_ ___ PATIO HO FRSi: 1020I wa. 1230/bt..b.l ..1...,. -31S St. Clair, :3 BR, 1 B. 929,000. 2

-.- -- A S .ERM U UK ..15179 a....."'.a.... I Imltcd ...'.1.MM. ... ether. ,.,.. LOT NEAR KINOSLEY LAKE ;

fO I IS lt : .upplt.I GATOR Ubl.. Wlnwrlhi I'.,.. ta Lawtey Avenue Appro. 1 and ttIr..uvt..s.Crol

SERVICES I .yzLne AraiL I I Ilk All :MINI l.alavnvilb.M. ...:0. I'hoa\.W. ..a/IS3Ukg. F..., d! 8'...>.. M Sr10. wall, septic tank, light polo. *!' .' .,'.


DENTAL. ASSISTANT!. TrlBi *tf pad with. FOR SALE I I 372-9707 TF/ckc PAINTING-Fait, .. REMODELED 71S Laura, room to garden.1226 i.4i +

*..*'1...*. pralarred, G.B.*. GrapefraJt EmtraStraagtk :: RdmTka I 1 -------- -- day .",.... S.. R.., atWaUe >>
Dr. WHIT' .Ift... 4H1.zz. C. ..... hid faU WATSON'S HOUSE UP '
apply Build ewe H.... Flea \I.,,,.,. Friday, CH
year E. Bessent Rd..:3 or 4 B R,2 hath -A. .
... 8/23 2tcfcg 8/Z9 act lag. Tibioti. A..,..* Beaellfel rldetUl 1111 _- --. VACUUMS) M..,breed. ateuckleea S.,.,..,, S......,, Mmday. Bak
Drag. 225 W. Mla.. Lake cc,. bt U Lake B.,..,. Has -- ... "....... ...d 811I 4lpd <6/29 HAMPTON LAKE Let us show you the area's

B..".,, 8/22 6lckg 1/.7 alas shade tra*. eweerIbaawad. City Caaty Beard'of, DISABLED. VETERAN .......... Espartrepahr ----- ------- most beautiful homes *W.
County Ca _lab>awra b** Wg|.!... eat year garage II ..all ........ParU *adea LITTLE LAKE SANTA FEt Lot SU.S09. Owner
'JPQfc RiMt **ria far all vacuum financed. ft; '

.' <<:_pl.'. hrpenlBg. ctr- Up I*25 A.r*. te Plea' T,... ....-, ......* Mew epae. wealed junk, 4732404 .,._.. 404 NW lOtk MOBILE HOME Near town with ill the 1 ,
.... T..IJf'.er..*..ps.ka.* tl/ckg A....., Gabeevflle., P..... "
3 ... 3 bath. CB km.. vice' clrcabr newer SR-100 _.*t k* raaldeet. .,Cby 378-7110. U/tkg trimmings. Y .'i.
'ou BLUEBERRIES .
blade, chain .. ., leave ., U-pIck M limit... .>
Four lots 'In city ,
boat S .1Ie. eat ef teal .. ,.. ".4100 '
; .. CH/A Cr... Builder. Supply, S t. IS Aer. le Ralferd.S C.aty, cad m t Meat .. nt. B. W.-Pkk 75 ..,. AIRSTREAM. 1971, 31 ft.. Well located property 391 N
with llrapla.. ..H 4982134day Lake. 8.11.,. 8/22 Sttbg 7/9 CET.A..Ug'blMly' ..rqlrate. a I". ee .....,. M... tkrit air. .....It........ aws..,.eelf.eeaitalaad. INVESTMENT
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loacod ... HFforiland (
yard .. .. If ".. yea with established business. '. '
', ar 4M-2S02 .,.II&. 429tfcbtf' BR kern. .. 1/4 *- paw CI.. S. .. S .... ',3G p... 4ta alpa .. P..... ; "
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./ ...'. t, 't> ' 4' ;' I twnlfiK lnnren.aM-Jfl ,faaaVeaein llobbtnv*I B-Vap,1 ? hr S E.g.K..1 ,i .,' ', '
R' .....!L !!! !! ,,,"......, pill" Aadrow )i'C" rabrb .... li .15 Wds1 Sliest. : ..dsWest.L.ker.' .: .------- Pb..554.76209th V i
12i.S' Mobil Hone, ._. U.'.. Trailer Green Cave 8arafu, rl.t : A. .
hi 479-1111 ,
225 473-3U2. N.rtb
brag, W. Mai. Lake city ar a/15. T..ple
490.2011.29... ......S BR ItckgJANE 498-2043 ar ,B..".,, 8/9 8tchg 7/13 .... hrg. .......... ,le .,... 32043. Itckg. 0/2 Kit 4UkC7/. ,' ''. ; I OARAOESALECleaning' quake,P1.rtdznsl I Realty Ralph Bryan I I

--- parch.Apprea. FOR BALE Dreaei dlalagraaai HELP:: WANTED Tratoad I Out ,
SEPTIC TANK GREASE _II., Ubla' aed aim f Generations of 393 N. *>pbAv.. '
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lit acre bl ready pare le aaabt ,la ..*..San Real Estate,
S.USHER TRAP claout. ... II.... I lor trailer te beet ape Lake chab.5100. Call 4734303.Itckg ., elderly. ....,. iMelrea I Odds* EndsUn.ns SUrbo.FI.. (
FOR RENTS ,........... Joe Fareytk' Better. 8/29 KH area. Reply te Pal Office t ...41700I IU'N. _*4eAve.Stark '; :
'4311022 All b..I.... B I960 S200S. ..F"II
GalBvllb'
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Costume
laraUhodToM t Jewelry
BR. SR 121 ipprecbted..j/31 N/dam H....eel A.,**...Lovely 1 FOR BALE 8' F..r.. .... .1lI1.... 8/tO Some Furniture I F.ue> ....,... Iraai*. BR grga .pt..s Lang.Lat. 904-8788 "(JH<< I'
SR-231. Spied B.t with caatrete CH / A.. Hr.pU. .*. Vary Near Te Everytklag. _"8 by S"-WfS! BR'M J Jas I
IBR. 1 B.,... MOBILE CUSTOM MADEDRAPERIES BR be.e s I Etc.
55HOME mile. free Lake .... tear, 3200| IS HP CASH Antiques .......1.... II Mraa' po,,'dTkra Very eay ,* ... .. Off 8R-I4 "
ea 1/2 acre ef aulct Wa are cow Apprel. 3 ....... Mater I. eewceedltlM. FOR GOLD: Storkag.jewelry. Many SmallAppliances I .. .
BR. :'acr
...try living .* ..I.. awy Mocking. kits" d l fabric' Fro. Batter. Ha ..ey eitraa tacludlag toZ$. DI_..' l .......d.. ...... I ...... I....... H..-.-.-.., ckeb.wltk Margae-3 Rd.aa..: eee .

18. WerthbgUe. Sprbg" ,.. atkBte. ... Lea 8'....... ...1. beth p.r......... c..,... dMtal gold." W8I vblt. *.. Plus Refrigerator t BR.I Id balk 1 K. 3"BR plea)', ef Bvlag'' ar... acre. SR430 f 'I29 '?

4984308. tie pheaj.!!. 488.! 2219. 8/24 &fIc", Meyer. 473-3483. Itpd 8/29 ."er.. P".. Mr. I Gas StoveWashing DR. ..,.. Utckaa.h ....If. ....... yard .." ...... 301 Vrik' j.

-- NEED CASH? Wa bay jamb JANE USHER KH alt'..., 47S-1089.; 3Itlcbg Machine _....Urg.......... la*.I ----- -I BR. ea t' aaeMirbot i-'.,

FOR RENT Three BR.11U c.....pickup. and track..... REALTOR Bad. I A FreeierEverything utOtty bldg. SR -1* Eaat.F'raai Nearly BOW I flit, Brickwltk Rd.BalUbg RR.Hl' I
., FOR SALEi S." M I --- I Acre. lota ae t, \
4982903BlACLE Slat
to 498-21S1
hme
Cky 498-2128 Mara
balk brick Shaw Ray Ptttt. .. .... ,la. FOR RENT 2 B4areBalUbg ...... I
call .Ia.* .. Make. bat q ( M 1 aera Caek te Mtg. SR-230. Beiceet Rd k, *adCeualry I
Lake Bailor, 496.2829.8/1$ tie .
Reel Eats, RaalUr.' 4993978. r PUPPY1r."' ..... 92SO. C.U 734501. N. *. Eicclbel Olllca S ..lam.. I Must Go I Ii eaaalry, vary ,........... "--- Chik! r'I
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---- Rtall ar ..
"blematbe.91S ,. --- eallat ...*. Itpd 8/29 KH -- Trailer F*..*d I... BR. 2 balk '..11" I
far more ... ... CAR
CARPET INSTALLATION 'h.. AKC. ,lecal tralUc caaet le
T/8 Hlgkett ftoSSaturday I SAc,.., North .. Stake, Qabt ...u.. ., ..... ..... Pratl 8,. t !
11.chg'COMPANION E.I...... la ell ....781. 8/22 3ukg Maine aad K..ta.. ar...
FREE T.. .. ,.. caUrt i just all U8 301. -I U 50 ... ...,
lit acre *
July .
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.., ,,. local Still ,.... Call 47S I9S3
pki ** might .. ( .., "
ever **w.SU .
Still .1 lm .tIM. J
yae Several bail .. tar v r
........ work. Call ... "c' "kaT 7 ** "
aid ACRESlEay for alter 7 '' 2 BR. 1 LR. DR.r..u .
43 weak eld.
HEtlllArttEll : Ready I 1106 N. Walnut Street .al.. 8... wllb" Hvlegarea. -34.aru1.16 ",
..I Relfard, 4311522 after 5 SECLUDED Tkl' I. .' ._.. Call 4734943. Ipld --- ---- re..., aaraart Aba ".,10. a.rag. "" ,.. Para, cbea le. t tC" .

p... daedy. tract U'.. .... a chitoe 8118.kH.. &.-----" Lawtey._______ to cky lad ate caalyPkm984 -0..1..'''.. 4BRrf! f
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-- -- ----- ...'.M keai.. abeet 1 FOR BALE K.,.,... Fwa 20-aara tract bib1 IRIS 'ft::
rjraawaable.
OR SITTER TELEVISION: REPAIR AT ..., brg tra. *.var thl. BUSINESS Heights I A acre UaetcleWhile .11 SR Il -7700 -Pr.. _._.taJ. "A.
lar Elderly. .we..., T......' DISCOUNT PRICES AT tract eeveral iprlaga, OPPORTUNITYINVESTOR 0... R''.... ReeiMy IRADFORDMIIIJ.STORAGE raad.taveral .just Viral.P.Odw 301 ,'lIr.'i
Friday., 8 a.. ta 5 p... JIMS FURNITURE 45S ..".,.! kalldlag .".., priced.0...,.......... paved Rg.RilEUte -S BR. ..... .... kwileriaproperly

a..._*. '....lred, call Mala St, Lake. Butbr.. 498- SSSOjOO par acre gaad tar... PARTNER P.... 41311834761.., taMaierciai; lea .. B'....' l/S-301. 'i.tO .
498-2038 8/29 tfe 2985. 3/2 tf/chg LAKE ESTATES:3 BR,9 B OPPORTUNITY I Far saw OAS .teh.11fJ 0/. Eve.. 984 S478 ..,., R 1/.d. are. \
'" PARTY bee .. 2 acre Privet ...*,.**. I.! K.,*,*.. 527 S. Water St. Pearl Aednw -28 am. I.BR, bricb.Breaker. I

ATTENTION PLAN Oar -31 it ,..,11I Q.Pp RJU"'n-llJ. : L..... This .*... I* very H.'..'.. The .rlglelPliiaaae LAND--FOR SALEi'Key (SR tOO Al Laura 811.) 3BR. I bath. Uvleit,... .,.., AM bU ....,,,. *.

New'...... .... el ..,.. ,1 I plvuk.. All ,... way perl.t FreacbUe I. .... HalgkU. Nice lr* a aa carpart.CB, la Vary ....*,Surlag -FUk. espy II..,...
gtlU eed jewelry! Deiler .....*, 2 .11. fraat awe ........,.,..." .,,.. partaar,. ... U 10 acre trade !I. raaaaaakto.3BR 04..._.. 782.3898 L...... ." ,

.ed M.....' ......... Hlfb-' but yt. It I* !4 tka .*..- Cub hvaUiat ., 912500ekavld ealgjkkarkaed, .,eew ....*. Starke 984.8286 .I batk"kVkTk..... a ... ........... N. ....et. taiai, tba lake full ef 0... brig 40 -SO perceel .... bt* peril BMblbkoa !. GrHtl L..,.
.oat, .. ..... "' ...te,. otMr SI SO 9480 wkly. ...tree..** ,... view. '.500.00. eat ,r.ta,. ee ,."...., >*..lad *... ...,..... ebke. ftEORGE"rT___ n. keve .....,.. ',r:
..Hag' 'program. II.500.00 4..e fa-t Call 473-4943 far TY.JR.R YARD WORK
... yar. ..
... ._ Bo withUras
.... .er ,.,, a,. 9.Re Prbad U Rental Units .
.Jha. Ea. affbe .4the Rr.k.rPb..964.7826 '
Estate
Off. .... book party eowtCel doUll ..... daUlla er *ta> by *M.200..*....840 .( Real Hedge Trimming
FL B.
1-203-473-0494. ., wriuU 183. Lake City" 4.7 ACRES eactlad" hi See ORIGINAL PIZZAMAN ..."'. Ce enw SllIIlvaliabl. Lawn Raking 5- Eve.IB
I...'. Partb. Avea, 320S5. 4/13.lieINSURANCE ....tale*, geed aaca**. aa L..,_.Blvd. K.,._ per fraeiUge ae SR-21 avallakl. OPEN:- 8.t'.day A.M.BTHOMAS. Lawn Mowing' '

C.... 08001. 8/29 Stcbg II goad ........ tkj. trait a* all H....... Mall leealra U 0.5.,1734375.3130' p/shg Parking Lot ,
weeded Ideal far cacepor, P.O. Bern I...,. KyUM 4X5 Clothes Clean-up :. \

I'"Sg.A I .C cakb ar park year ..tar H.....'*. Itpd 4/29 KU FOR SALEe S .ery.'3 I WayeeE.De.gluAaaacbt'
PUBLIC. ..... Owaar ...... t. ash epartMal ....11''.., ; Storage FREE ESTIMATES .
.. 9S.87S.OO. "15... ..... 1 LOST'Black ...."', 4aeatk Law,._. '1"... 3 Sky ...... Only-'e/Montti [ 984-8S93 r7FAULKNER
AUCTIONUS301 assume leae.Tkeae aid., I. Lake ISO a 100'. 879400." Ntoearyatcfc SUNSHINE, ACRES
\ Bikini learwce ......,. ar_. G... ky 913AM. laoakre alDykea sxioI&c, f' REALTY Priori*984.?**. '
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A.... F.,... .r.a few..aver 2.000 -Middy.CaB. 473-489S. llpd
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..t....*.W. kv all typaaafpriparly liB Nursery 4T3-4J22.. tP\o 16 / Month W....,81.
North of St. k. aad D....'. ..... ...tII..i 8/2 0/22 Jtpd 1m 821 N."' i
.,.. *SOOJWpr .
Hated
Pb... 498.2101. L..ka BaU.rtlviryJa Stark.Florid.32091
acre .... ap. Wsbwe'sell ., 10X10 Unit 9044182
New Used ",*""aearaSIiT rI..t. t tract, wa *b. .... (,. .. 26 / Month Formerly.. A'J.Tkoaja* 1

MerchandiseUnd.r *. ky varal. c.....*. bee**.. aidfame. Red.Enid.is. Pearson
C.
Lillian
ceverega .KyYSTONEkk.Cdup*.
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...... JOE USHER .'." W rb. ar call larfree t::1I11f.ocip",1; :
New listing .,*.h.,.. Y.. early, ..'hI,. er weal I,. 10X20 Unit Acre LatVlOO: SeMi REALTOR
AGENCY 4982128 er 498- Il" /Ilf I BR. .Hlcbecb, lurabkwd.Ucledlag .m
'". 48 / Month REALTY
Itrhif
ManagementFurniture" Z- raa call true f ckarga by .,u"".". b. a. ----- BRANCH OFFICEUS
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""'.1-800-438-7421.Write SITSjOO pr .."'. } Acre... 1 00 A ear City :301 NORTH jIs.
ar call' &tHI.,. CHEROKEE LkelU' ___ LAWTEY.FLORIDA 2303 V TemplePaeltf.Faiilker.
MAINES INSURANCE LAND CO..MURPHY. N.C. K.,*,_ Height, Ralty. Phont.r964.3288Philip 782-3808, .....".........
a. 301 CUy
er
AGENCY 180 5. Lake A...; 28908, 473-2814. /.h, 'I Saatk raadIreeUg A
MlSC.II.MOUSI..m. 4506
L.... Batbr. 4.,9111.l.p'.t. Lt." 8.7 ear** aa SR-100 at SR. ..*_
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,oven Sarvlc. TRIEST MINI .
100A. 913400.
laiaraeca
Rabbit. dread ardraeaad. ..' .
Mexican MerchandiseEvery ,., .... N.. I....... while STOIIACENOW W. ClarkREALTOR *.". ...,. G.I..m.' .kutl'301 I-SB-.1, ::: .2 BR. 11/2*bath.*irews towalklag 164- 08S. r"-.
Friday' ......,* .ad. .. C.U/enba..b. 81*>400. Ar> 121 It. rid .. dlilaace te IowafereJiked 100 .,.....ee Nwy 301Norths
7)JO p.m.DEALERS It .. cater, back. d.... fryer. OPEN : .\ ... Large ....rleblock
GOATS, ----- .tee. If ...."...
t It .8 ageS aad w.l lgbt*. call NEAR KEYSTONEt BR. -- ., ....... *--.-... I
L AUCTION It "FORSALE *' slur p.. 498-2499 ar .490. Spice Av.ubie m KMKTONK; : bath, amtral got A air.I. Fvr BR.S .21441, caecnt. .1IfIOO._____ .,ta...*. .....n_ .,
... 2533. .at 4tckg. T30IS HEIGHT 4 BR. I bilk. .brisk CHI .'
Monday
Every ...... Lek yard I. 933,500. bUck. beat. W.jMadlweS
ltJO a.m. It 1Graln\ Fed, ...' .. 10xt210x24 tt28./mo/ ., ----- _.-r b...... n...-.... r... ae e sdltl..Prb.daasl, a4
r It I F.t. It ft. Travel Trailer. VS '66"/11i4 CHlfr.II|1H>4147J 4700' SUMMER rUN **. b.11II11471.4037 1 Story Irene ready U Uve 5 ..,.. MTsW, 133.500. "' a'

It' lady. to Eat ....' Mdl.. .'ld.bat alas... 431. ,r.vcalag: ,-. ta thle I bedrooBhhekaeie.BMtlfelk.dy ... Te .....'le ...?: .... --- -.....--. .
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I It Starting At 1832. 0/29 Itckg. FOR INFORMATION \ ----. Ned 80-70 acre ; he". lit ere ears r let 1 wkk

We take It 120 COUNTRY" CLUBESTATES bt wkb ...". ued batch 1 I Story ',... aeaq dty buyer wakbg.. ....tea... Hwy .13$. JaatMetltylbUuwlUtly.
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I consignments.Buyers It S' ..i'i' ::i'i c7.Tpr.call 4M.. CONTACT: BE I ....... to eperklbg. ...... Silver '. ., ...... two ..Ia. --- --
4 ,
ft Sellers 3291 '11' Itckg THOMAS REALTY ) Lake rtgbt. 3....,...true bane ee ..,., ."......... Seed
Welcome It PIIqn'f 914.0111 : aad ever 2800 ... rat ONLY ef, .,'40.000.__- -- prod "*-_,,L.6. 9 ..... Crawford ...... -.. _-. .- -
llvlag
p..e -
t Atk'i1.A *.'t 984-8182 t5I. oo. 1/' POULTRY PARMSt Twe 3 BR, 1 bath:daablewU. 928 jOM I BR, Pr.-. keeaeikiwa 1
\ _____ NY\ ; ', |ill| .e c..... fre.. tall. 1. .Mb boa. with CH/A. l'BRs"i/S .. LR. Mperate DX.Ceald .
MORGAN ROAD PI.:., '...... oa 9 ....,...**re*,with kip. h:.te7 talk aaatty b. Mawertodl,9 I
; Exxon Station For Lease i GREAT VALUE w. .wab 1971 ...1t..., ", ----- kara ... lraUr.rrr black CH/A. ....... rf. BR.NUa
b 4Mte
1 ndp2'',FART rOOD 6U11NF00 40 80 laud MMliohrlu
wide ....... ._ 0400.
J; / sitl".I vs 48.0fg far .buMdbte e.ca.ee.yr Teew ebaace, te be y.eeed r.D.6N h.... .. mien Ucladodi T eegued.
Walnut Sf Stark; I Unit rtad ewe> em*, awwer lbad.t ,
800 right
8 eollBiUly Ite., ,.Reel Estate S acre k_.011... ache, Pk" ,'_ I
11' 817. 00. ----- Brek.rOKIe.964416. we4.r.n,1dewa, __... ..
# *. Bulldoze Work '20.000'00': To '25000.00 Investment Requiredpaid I House. Barn '. _____ 40 e.r....L....y 644400 city S Aerae St.v.fwMh 8tcft.

,Largo Small I IN COUNT'Y''" ----- WtaTbThk ......
THE CH/A ptnd.
.11} ,pr Training HIGHWAY --.hEvabp. 3 BR,S dry
'MMMM MMMM MMMMM .On US 301 ...rou/e.t N_.l ia toe SOUTH I ,.,....**., kn.. Sadear. '
41 .Lurid auk Ii( I bath, ...vaI beat. lad (II' STAUEI. bdrw..l 33I210ASSOCIATES *.. *51490.More. Madvdk11. GaotIT'i' '
For More Information 20 alid. bath,, *. Pjartge, eee .
ear. plea acre ... .
Gilbert Nelson ... .... :
I .*Ponds .''da. hlgbway b........ .- ef bed freetbg ae L. t.

Call f .D.: redder.Ja.x.904721..0866 I Reg. Real Est. 880400. M buy 1IeO.. Steve Sbeauea 3531acre.tiwVe101; CvaelaefCveJ:.._N..6. {
WILSU'RWATERS ..,.. --
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Broker1755S. IJ 'MrV wick ..11;;' led BUILDING IoT/, eight. Eve.9848881RareUEave T : ... -448471Vee.B4tbe

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880" ",,"W; M4lon. 81 Bur** An Equal Opportunity Employer 964-6107 Start**' weltlais.. yerakU* hvIM bur E.......-461' P..... 732-3808 E,.___ 94-8944
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