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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 24, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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of the first execution story would come at 7 a.m.* when jammed full of press representatives.It .
here in is years drew national attention Spenkelink would be executed. was probably the, largest contingent -
to Florida State Prison this week. of national press corps to ever
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i Interest waned Wednesday morning postponement was announced, the
Most had left town by Wednesday
after a U.S.District Court judge In crowd dispersed almost as quickly as
the
afternoon awaiting court action on
Prison Center :Atlanta and a U.S. Supreme justice it gathered.
execution on JohnSpInkehink When daylight arrived Wednesday, case
will be considerationby
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Court. If Justice
U.S.
News personnel had swarmed to remained. the Supreme
ofNationaL4uention
of the death
Marshall, an opponent
the A Three correctional officers mannedthe
cover story cow pasture across from
fails to muster
support
from the pale green housing\ units of gate where dozens had directed penalty,
four other justices the stay signed by
security traffic before. Brierton said
the state's maximum prison the day of the
Marshall will end. A meeting
'IiN n became headquarters for 90 press extra men were on duty. nine justices is expected to consider:

people.. Police blocked the entrances at the Thursday.
Spenkelink
Television crews from each of the ; I h a About 20 television cameras staked stay
k each end of the three miles of state Depending on that decision, U.S.
networks crowded In front of the In front of metal and
major a out area a prison property. About 25 highway District Judge Elbert P. Tuttle in
wooden lean-to where FSP wooden lean-to provided shade for the
around the the
patrol cars were parked Atlanta will come into picture.
Supterlnlendent Brlerton gave progress speakers who addressed questions station on U.S. 301 north Tuesday Tuttle will consider 8 request from
reports on the mood of the surrounding the coming Institution. A afternoon as troopers heard their Spenkelink's attorneys to hear a new
prison before two executions set for a 4'' small microphones held more than a assignments for traffic control.Thoseon question In the ease.If .

Wednesday were postponed. Above, "' dozen placed under the duty went home about 1 a.m. after Tuttle decides to hear that Issue,
an NBC newsman contacted his home ? rough shelter where FSP Superintendent most of the crowd left. the court procedures could last
office with details of the Tuesday Dave Brlerton.stood to answer
+ Only muddy ruts remained on the beyond the noon deadline on Friday of
afternoon activity to coordinate plan press questions about the condemned grass beside SR-16 .at the prison the death warrant. In that case, the
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ning. At right, Spenkelink's at a marls state of mind less than 24 hours grounds entrance where patrol cars governor would have to decide
torneys Andrew Graham and Susan prior to the scheduled execution. stood Illuminated by bright whether to sign another death war
Carey, detailed the events which led ,brierton decided on 7 a.m. Wednesday floodlights marking the road block. rant.
to the stay of execution announced at morning for the electrocution Observers at the prison Indicated
11:59:: p.m.,, seven hours before the receiving the death warrant The volumn of traffic dropped tensions seemed to relax after news of
condemned man was to be executed. frog Governor Bob. Graham on Fri dramatically as curious passers circulated.An .
returned home to check on coming the postponement
Spenkelink came within 38 hours of
the electric chair In 1977 before a stay "That will provide enough time for developments set to take place In far tional inmate Institution at nearby said he Union noticed Correc-no In-

was announced. Graham vowed' at u liiaso the legal processes anticipated by attorneys away courtrooms. crease in tension at that Institution
have swarmed
Newsmen over
that time to keep the case In court for Death Row Inmates John of the execution.
because pending
"Indefinitely" to protest the death Speakelink, So*.:and Willie Jasper Starke aU week, questioning anybody, "It's those guys on Death Row that
who is anybody at all about their opinion
penalty. Darden,43. Spenkelink was "
1 from a California 'prison hulled of the death.. *penalty.Motels. were have to worry about that, he said.

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i "I'm going to enjoy it while it's was 80,9 cents per gallon, while think prices are outrageous" store owner, James Turman, .
here" Marcus Cruce replied to the lowest was 72.4. Ricky Carroll, 18, of Broo fr. during a 1973 robbery attempt.A .f
Telegraph's question of what he is going Prices have risen on both stay of execution came for
to do about the gas shortage."I and regular pumps at 10 of the 13 time I get a new vehicle I'll'' Darden from a Tampa judge about 5 .Death
tions the Telegraph checks Ten"I a 'made in Taiwan' Jobble," he p.m Tuesday.The .. PenaltyTom
think they're holding back onus One station raised prices on lamenting his pick-up truck's postponement of Spenkelink's

believes" Cruce says,, indicating he but left unleaded unchanged. >> gas mileage. execution was announced less than Feamster of Keystone Heights, an Episcopal priest, is against capital
the shortage isn't quite as stations Shuford's Chevron and family owns a grocery seven, hours prior to his scheduled punishment.

bad as oil producers would lead us to .. --------- -- ..,- ." -, '"" .. death In the electric chair. "Old He admits that perhaps 80 percent of the members the St. Anne's Episcopal
believe. Sparky," as the chair $U called, was Church he leads favor the death penalty. But Feamster says that once men
Andrew Lynn says he thinks some last used In 1964. begin to die In the electric chair, the mood will change as people begin to feel
Florida should be
of the gas getting
", ,4' Nrapl Prior to the announcement of U.S. guilty.
could be going to other states where Supreme Court Justice Thurgood There are 132 men on Death Row, It would.take two years to kill them all if the

prices are higher. Marshall, an opponent of the death rate was one electrocution per week.
"I think that Florida has a higher penalty signing Spenkelink's stay 01exeeutlon Feamster predicts there will be several executions before the people rise up
allocation of fuel than we're ;
and them.
getting'Lynn mounted stop
anticipation
says. "I have cut (,t people} gathered at the prison He agrees that Americans are angry about violent crime but does not see
some" but I don't think I should haveto. S Sw among grounds 12 miles west of Starke on putting men In the electric chair as a solution to stalling crime problems."We .

SR-16 live In a violent culture, violence Is inherent in the system" he says.
Gas prices, on the gallon have Law enforcement personnel stopped Changing society rather than killing people tithe. way to change the quality of
risen about two cents per at
life In his nation.
each car at the pillared entrancesof
most Starke gas stations since the the state owned land. An officer Feamster says the changes need to begin in individual families.People must
Telegraph last checked prices May 8. asked each driver's destination and stop working 12 to 16 hours a day while their children run wild. He says some of
At that date, the highest price in town passed out press cards. Prison officials that time must be channeled into Improving the quality of life rather than the
for unleaded was 85.9 cents per designated one portion of the quantity of things family can afford.
gallon, while the lowest was 76.9. The/ cattle pasture for press and anotherfor "People chose to live that way, they don't have to," he concludes
highest price for regular on May 8 protestors. A dirt road separatedthe Feamster, who has lived In Keystone Heights seven years, acted as religious

V two areas which were within 100 counselor to John Spenkelink) during the hours prior to his scheduled execution
yards of each other and media people Wednesday. He visited several hour with the condemned man from Sunday

tors walked back and forth through late Tuesday night.
iTtlcrFrldiv. free Less than eight hours prior to the scheduled time of 7 a.m. Wednesday, a
( Most of'tbe'protestors left shortly judge postponed the execution.
of But Feamster has been visiting with Spenkelink far years.
after midnight when the stay ex-
1iIEA". r\l[, .-.....- -."'- .. ...../IIJllII'W-ol"' ecution for Spenkelink was announced. :- "John needed a friend, and I'm still his friend today/Feamster said. "John
has never expressed any bitterness or anger for situation, only bewilder.
Motorists must be prepared these days to face more and more signs like the ment." -
Just after 1 a.m. Wednesday morning -
I \ one above-which can bring an empty feeling to your stomach if your tank Is also personnel jammed close to Feamster say Spenkelink.30, Is not the same 23-year-old man now as when
I ''Advice from local service station owners Is to buy early In the day press ,
II empty. gas Andrew Graham and Susan Carey,attorneys that crime was committed in 1973.
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and to refill' your tank before Its empty. for Spenkelink, who confirmed "He could: be a productive member of society whether he's ever released '.

I a judge had signed a stay of execution : from prison or not," Feamster says. "
DecO, have not changed prices in two store-gas station in Brooker and he /

weeks. says he has watched prices at their Protestors jumped for joy, hugged '

Highest price for unleaded Tuesdaywas pumps rise along with everyone each other, and most blew out their' : .: 1
87 cents per gallon at Crawford's) else's. candies and went home. Most of the r'
Fina. That station has only full- protestors arrived about dark to ." For. <* ;A
Distributor Freeman Reglster.IH., .
service pumps. The lowest priced maintain an all-night vigil In opposi-
of Oil Co. he hasn'theard
unleaded was 78.9at Tenneco,which Register says tion to the death penalty being imposed. -
much from Gulf Oil Co.
lately.
has self-service only.
pumps candles
Many carried lighted
n 'a Y Mali Highest price fore regular was 82.9 "Several of our stations are running which s could be seen across the state ....Death Penalty \ \.J"1t j ; i
at Crawford's Flna and Crawford' :
low," Register says. "As far as we road at the prison compound.The
Annual 66. The lowest price for regular was be crowd of about 200 cheered '
know there won't anything extra.We're Bradford County Sheriff Dolph Reddish punishment. ;}
ArmyJROTCAward'$ t 72.4 at Tenneco. just to have to make it 'when burning matchboxes and other penalty what "
going death we
1 "We ought to either do away with the or mean say
One station attendant said a company i
:, Ceremony- 1 130 p.m. .' : with what we've got" burning materials flew from ceU windows Reddish said.Reddish .
8HSAlllditorium representative stopped by Tues on the east housing wing at the the Idea that sentencing: a murderer to death and electrocuting ,
i Any Interested Persons day saying prices on that station'spumps Local stations questioned generally the road. says '
prison across)
him may not keep other men from killing someone,but the man whose executed
I AttendFridayMonday would probably go up two 60 to of the indicating i
May are getting 90 percent Spenkelink sent a message : '
won't kill else. = : i
cents a gallon Wednesday morning. amount of gas they received the same he could see the supporters anyone lair for who commits an atroclouicrime
Ii The death penalty is punishment someone
Unleaded prices at that station have month In 1978. This is hurting one ma- from his bottom floor cell a few steps such as well planned murder or murder for hire, the sheriff says. ''I
gone up six cents per gallon In the last jor service station because this time from the death chamber. He thanked Reddish points out that If the rape death penalty had been carried out In the past I
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I' 27th Annual ::: two weeks. last year his gas was 12 cents per them for coming.
be alive
,:, '" -.: Florida FolkFestival '., .')'t,.: The attendant who has become accustomed gallon higher than ,the surrounding The, good news overshadowedearlier some One citizens example would U Benny still Derapa killing a fellow inmate at Florida State Prison. !
to the Telegraph reporter
convenience stores him sell about the animal
making complaints \
Reddish said. killed a real estate agent and one of his customers when
< Demps
l ;. Stephen Foster gl pumps and asking ques less last year. This year the price difference smells carried on soft breezes from discovered in a robbery attempt stuffed them in an automobile trunk and a
; Center peerin5t said/"Gas is going up has narrowed and the major the nearby swine operation. pumped several rifle rounds through the metal lid. ',
: ::,;.:.' White Springs, Fla. a gallon in the morning. i company station could: sell more gas, After statements' concerning the Demps later had that sentence commuted to life In prison. He was transferred .
May 25-35 Gas station owners and attendants but instead his 80 Is stay' from Spenkelink's attorneys, into the general population and convicted for killing an inmate. I
:t. often seem as distraught with shortages 1 based on the smaller amount he sold most of the media people also left. Demps is back on Death Row, but his execution may be years away. Legal "

:,.i and high prices as the cansumer. this month last year.. The station is At the expense of news gathering procedures In these case usually take years.John SpenkeUnk was convicted of f
.:a., Tuesday. May:If now closing early, each day and on companies, telephone personnel raised murder In 171.

.: ',' ., Sunday to make his gas supply last \'a telephone tower and strung Reddish said for a sentence to have effect. It should be swift and certain. ':
::.oit; Zoning Board, ,.,\ OJ, I through the month but be hain't yet numerous telephone lines across the Many people In the area where a crime took place never hear wttat became of

... 7:30p.m Index.: limited sales per customer .sr.... the convicted felon alter the trial Is over. If be U executed five years later and
.:. : Reporters from dad of the major 200 mile away.It doesn't have much effect on the community when)the killing '.
f : k Courtesy "- \ City police report Incidences of gas l television wire services took place. j
Two Sections thefts which have cropped up recent Joined state reporters who clogged The sheriff responded to two'arguments against the death. penalty! .One'\J.II that .::7
fMCKSiN BIUIJIN8;. Section A.. .........., Pages 1A-12A !y. One juvenile haS been charged long distance lines getting their versions people with money and good lawyer don't get sentenced to death and the other. :..
.*' ;,," Section.>5,.'ft' ...{.to i Pages. JBV12B with two counts of criminal mischieffor of the happenings back to their argument often heard is that an Innocent man might be Convicted 'J '
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:i-S8PPLY: of Sfark'e ? .y stealing according to the borne offices. in *, ilia" the
: : difference some case
cal Reddish agreed that money can make a
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state attorney a office here. A adult. filled..Traffic
Motels in Starke were ,state bad a good case against someone a sharp lawyer would act make any dif '
'T":: sot S. ota ..
: : Hwy 004- Page 1 Michael Cole, hu also been charged toward the was heavy
.. .. .. prison: ference.
.. H.lgKM' editorial Page A with petty theft for siphoning gas the court aM tbtd< i
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:,::0:: The"what IT argument attacks the credibility system ,
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:. Hwy 100 And :at-A" Sports PaesiA.SA-1lA from vehicles at Lewis Timber Company By..Tuesday afternoon, reporters dish sees Bttle chance) for an innocent man to be executed. '
.. 473-4973, Want Ad ft Legal pag,.IOMIB! on US-301 south anticipated aO-night duty and the big very
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$319,174 BMS Walls Job


like to see the board be M le- cleaning of existing carpet, and I) in- n 5 f,
as possible with Mr. Triest stauabon of a sound system.In J 4
of the cooperation he has
us;' Register said. "He has
beyond the call of duty many
tunes to help us In a lot of other action the school board:
Register said Treist has never .Recognized: and presented plaque
to answer a request of the to the Teacher of the Year; Mrs.
department and many Helen Johns of Starke Elementary.
has gone beyond the terms of -Took no action on a dispute with
Manning Fence Company on failure
defended his recommenda to supply parts according go Job
eight days of late charges call specifications on fencing the company
<< damages in terms of the installed at Lawtey Elementaryand
recalling for the board the the Middle SchooL The company
weather which delayed work, representative was not present at the
: lateness of delivery of equip- meeting although the firm had requested -
and material to the job site. time to address the board
kitchen equipment ordered by and the item was passed without ac
personnel was after contract tion.
date in arriving and did Acknowledged receipt of a state
specifications. audit report which SupL Tom Casey
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board voted unanimously to said contained some criticisms but .. ".. M L v
the architect's recommenda nothing major. The staff Is acting to
12 days late charges on the mo correct procedures which were Unto Correctional InitfCotioa employee Willie L.MeKlBey from Dr. I'ea Lamb left! and regionaldirector Ray Gray.
Arthur Gaskins who said his criticized the superintendent in receives certificate as the :I..* graduate from CTI CTI manager Date llemme looks on. I
was made because of the ex dicated.
the architect had made of .Approved payment of $11304 to
and why they occurred. Triest Construction and $1,437 to architect
days."I'd y pointed out he had sent a let Salley on Phase 4 of the vo- Prison Graduates 39OOOth Trainee in CourseBoth I
Register last August pointing tech center.
possibility of a late completion -Approved use of school buses to
He noted in the letter take 24 students and five chaperones the 3.000 graduate of the Correctional dards Council and Dean Herbert Atat Lake City Community College both I
materials such as win to the Special Olympic State Track Training Institute(CTI)and (way, in charge of career education spoke to the graduates.
did not arrive on time other and Field event In Tampa June"10. the 2.000 graduate of minimum stan-
could not proceed until the -Approved a staff prepared mini- dards curriculum were recognized at
could be dried in. grant application for a 22.000ryjet ceremonies held Friday, May 4, at
chairman Vernon for the development of exemplary en- Union Correctional Institution.Also .
commented he does not vironmental education programs.
contractors to get the Named Energy WorkshopSolarModels recognized in the 67th session t n
of CTI was the oldest graduate,Frank
the would
extensions will come easily. project develolp a
ing Tnest's bid. the board multi-media kit to complement the M. Herndon.73.sawmill supervisor at
d in the contract two deductive solar demonstration equipment UCI. Stephen L. Wade. Florida State
it could have trimmed: 1\ available to the county. Prison employee graduated with
highest average ever-97 percentand
the first American Indian. Margaret
Matibag from the Duval Women Ad-
; Garden Brings- Arrest justment Center.


arrested a Bradford Cai n- released on bond after being arrested UCI employee Willie L. McKinney
Monday night after Monday night. Price bonded out Tues- was recognized a* the 3.000 CTI
about 200 marijuana day. He is also charged in Putnam graduate and Dente Correctional Institution
: growing on a half-acre plot County for selling cocaine. employee Gene Campbell 1c1flc
Starke on Bessent Road. Chief Deputy Robert Green the 2.000 minimum standards i et
with manufacturing a con reported the sherifrs department graduate. Both received plaques from
substance was Dorothy Ray gained information on the possibility the UCI Employees Club presented by
: 38. Bill Wayne Price 39. faces of marijuana being grown at the Sam Richardson.
of possession of more than 10 Price residence.A r rA
of marijuana. Mrs. Price was search warrant was obtained and Guests were introduced: by Phil
deputies accompanied by personnel Sbufard. chief of the Department of
from the state attorneys office, wentto Corrections Bureau of Staff Develop-
the property located about a mile ment. Region II director Ray Gray
east of Cau Street on Bessent Road. told the graduates corrections is big o
Green said the deputies spotted a business and their part of that
man using a tractor in the field to business is to do the job efficientlyand
cultivate the plants and his wife alsoin effectively. In 1965 there were only -
THOMAS METALS IMC. the field. Both ran as the deputies I six institutions with
major a budgetof Florida State Prison employee Stephen L. Wade was recognized by assistant
approached. One deputy arrested $10 million and 2,000 employees perinteadeat David Watson as graduating with the
highest grade point
Mrs. Price after finding her in the
where now there are 24 institutions .
Metal Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage barn while another chased down 8,000 employees and major a budget average ever from the Correctional Training Institute. I

Price in the woods.Authorities that exceeds $150 million, said Gray.
confiscated farming Dr. Iven S. Lamb. Jr., director of

Specializing In Mitered End Sections And Elbows equipment and about 200 marijuana Police Science and Corrections for Ceremony to_.__.._.Honor_ Vietnam_. Veterans...
plants knee I and 12-M.inches -- qU u
standing high Lake City Community College andebalfmaq
in diameter Green said. ,,; ", :f P>><(<. #,( orrectIona1.$!..an- A local ceremony is set at 9 a.m.) Vietnam conflictCartejr'tyita deftjler I '
Buy Direct From Manufacturer And Save ; Tuesday May 29, at the county courthouse a brief address SlSegalherigr: ..
to honor area veterans of the "Everyone invited to attend :the
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Attack with Pipe Draws ChargesLeRoy Vietnam War.President ceremony so our community can
Free Delivery unite in an expression of its recognition
Reid Montieth 27, has been and then breaking windows out of Jimmy Carter has proclaimed of the service that was performedby
charged with battery and two counts Bond car. the week of May 2>! June 3 as our veterans during those trying
[ Lake Butler Ra. 496-2013 of cnminal mischief for attacking The charges result from a domestic a period to honor all Vietnam years of 1964-75" Wilson says.
Michael Bland with a niece ci pipe squabble according to Assistant veterans and urges all communitiesthrowtout Wilson Is attempting to locate
State Attorney Len Register. The the nation to schedule appropriate veterans of the Vietnam conflict this
.-- .... **i iii* **ia HmMmiim& *ammm.. nine atiark fttartofi At In* K 7._ I.trauiiParltM .- events to recognize these week to be candidates for the certificates ,
tariffs I..ociP-Mort: : veteran and to show appreciation for to be presented. Any veteranor
tietb is also charged with twice breaking their sacrifices for their country according anyone knowing of a Vietnam
window from Bland'car while to Bill Wilson,executive vice- veteran living in the area is asked to
was parked on McMahon Street In president of the Starke-Bradford contact Wilson at the Chamber office
Starke. County Chamber of Commerce. 9645278. Wilson would like to compile
Montieth baa been relased on bond A flag raising ceremony will open a list of the Vietnam veterans; so far.
from the Bradford County Jail the ceremony: Tuesday morning,alter be has been unable to secure a list of:
which County Commission Chairman local Vietnam veterans through lost"
Walter Beer saoIea Maxie Carter Jr. will present cer- military sources: or the county service;
Thompson IB. of north tificates to some local veterans of the officer. =
Cherry Street is charged breaking In- :
to the CIty Fish and Meat Market,607

of Brownlee beer according Street, and to taking the assistant 25 cases Four Plead Not Guilty to ProstitutionFour I

state attorney. defendants accused of being Gibson Is charged with renting
Thompson is charged with burglaryand involved with a 14-year-old prostitute space to prostitute and living on her?
.grand theft in the May 11 robbery. submitted written plea of not guiltyin earnings. Thompson faces charges oE
Bradford County court on May 17. keeping a house of prostitution. Whit-
The fifth suspect in the case, field is charged with engaging in pro
'TUKKHAUIOKUCUCNTYTKLEGKAPII Charles Jackson.,pleaded guilty to stitution contributing to the debar
4' engaging in prostitution and was quency of a minor. Williams is charged -:;
*1S SEE*ON TIC TODAY SHOW 4a\ released to Marine Corp officers. with engaging In prostitution andcontributing
;lawn ON TX TOMCMT aearriwj. Published every Thursday Jackson was absent without leave to the delinquency of as
-JON MBC AW ON THiMOBMMCMCW
".a fora"Umlted at 133 W.Call Street from the Marine when arrested. minor 3
wo air + 't starke.Florida:KM I The public defender's office: will The 14-year-old runaway girl was..
: Evrauans .- 5>* Z Sni Jfc \ mrtu r Tl"r vi5S T*- time'only1 represent Ell Gibson. 73. Nathaniel not charged. Bradford County?
Second Class postage paidat Thompson 54, and Calvin WhitfHeld deputies reported she and a 15-year-a
l,. sg seOuoneouttd Starke. FloridaSubscription Jr.. 21. Starke attorney J.J. Wolbert old girl who bad also run away from 2
will represent David Earl Williams home were returned to their parents:3
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A newfangled type or mower l I. being used by Fred Mueller to cut hit thick grass simply got too thick. we, as a nation, were 1
land ol new Callie Giant Bermuda grass. The mower bas three small blade The new type mower has very little maintenance, according to county agent going on a quest for a
I which rotate Inside the two disc, as opposed to the cycle bar type blades. Bobby Taylor. The drums which turns the small blades rotate In a bath of oil. comprehensive r : i
Mueller was laying the thick grass down with the mower Monday, but said It The small blades never touch the ground but ride Inside the disc which slides National Energy Policy, :
wouldn't cut the grass last year when rainy wether, delayed cutting and the over hidden objects. \ has a hollow ring to It (

....... -- -- A now. Two years later. We are losing this war. r' "
Fast Growing, Hardy Callie Giant Bermuda Grass '''s sIs :i ",", ;V... Our nation grew. And prospered. Because ; !
I. ) ) '.1 ;:'H.\r we had adequate energy available at reason-
.' able prices. The hard truth: We have had no >
.... New. Hone For Better Improved Pastures Here experience of living In a United States which ,!
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gWading through high, thick grassBreaching then unnamed experimental grass His cows like the grass fine, say*' wanted to buy his place. ( nations. .',
to mid-thigh with runners was tossed aside A Mississippi State Mueller, a retired servicemen who Mueller says he hopes to except r"r
::; they could pull up to chest-high Fred agronomist picked the specimen of owns the 500-acres: on 301 south that part of the farm from the deal, including For too long we have taken energy for ei'' ]
;" Mueller and county agent Bobby grass from a trash pile, and the City of Starke wants to buy to use the 10 acres where his new I granted. >?" '...".';'.
Taylor expressed high hopes for anew developed it on the Mississippi farm to discharge effluent from its sewage prize Came Giant Bermuda grass is .,h. r, ,. Perhaps this latest problem. Iran.Will J I,
:'; type of grass Imported from of his brother-tn-law. treatment plant. MueUer said he is growing."It \ galvanize us Into action. It has sounded .' .
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and named Callie Giant Bar The grass bears the name of the dickering with the city's: representatives
Africa wife of the brother-in-law,Callie. The and showed drawing of a beats them all in tonnage," other loud warning. But the question may be.. !
: has 10 acres of the new5.ss brother-in-law saw a chance to makea platted subdivision he said was in his Mueller says,referring to a UF ag experiment :- "fa anybody listening?" ,
on his SCO-acre farm on the old dollar, however, and marketed the plans for part of the:300 acres before station bulletin which shows r
purport on US-301 south of Starke. He grass without the knowledge of the the city began making noises that it Callie! producing eight tons per acre. > !I
E started with a truck load of sprtggings professor.The ...... .......... A .1.-. _, _____ ._ "" 4 ', Abundant energy. For too long.,we have' '.. j
i years ago and hopes to cut enough grass sprigglngs have been failed to acknowledge Its Cost in resources... .&. :
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d of cattle through the winter with load. Mueller paid $300 for a truck J\\, acknowledge the risks and tradeoffs associated 1
me hay left over to sell. load from a farm near Hastings.The a t t. I' \, .'iA:"
Touted to make eight tons of hay truck load spriggings went '::. .,'?, : with. energy. But we haue continued to inCrease I' :**, I
-- acre by the University of Florida halfway around the 10-acre field. our demand for It! '{
E pertinent Station, Mueller Is hopE Callie Giant Bermuda is hardier ;1-\, ,,
his 10-acres stand will approach than Coastal Bermuda because it 'i1'l' POGO ONCE SAID IT :, t
: ix.tone per acre this year. He cut 57 sinks roots deeper into the soil, mak- ,' IlI.i.. "WE HAVE MET THE ENEMY... ... ,
grounds bales of 1,000 pounds each lastlear ing it more resistant to drowth and ." 1*' 2 As. a
and that was just off the top. .r-, and he Is us. No one group or Individual can
left that many more bales in the cold.Growth habit of Callie seems to be afford to cast blame with regard to the nation's 3
; the mower just skimmed over that it sends out runners along the top Y4 M ,,'x;,', )r1;l lf < energy picture..nor are any of us blameless. ", At ;, .
: top; it was too thick to cut.," of the ground until a mat is formed i Vy t r 4I What we can do. without slipping back I i.
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says. and then starts growing upward.
This summer Mueller is cutting the grows as much as four inches a day, I as Into darkness is work together to find satisfactory j :.a j "
grass sooner, before It gets too thick Mueller says.Mueller solutions which meet energy needs. ;, ;
for.his mower to handle. He plans to uses 250 pounds per acre of a economic needs and environmental needs. i
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cut the grass at least once every six 17-5-10 of fertilizer initially each sum !
weeks and to get at least four cuttingsthis mer, then follows with a second ap- 1 Speak? up. .!, I ,
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high hopes that the new will be Bermuda are generally difficult 9T r. = = '
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theireplacement, for Pensacola Bahia to grow on the+ flatwoods of nmwtflBMB a qsMMpipaBpyJipira. jj ':_...;jgff.gnaniim\! LII I...-IMIM MHHIMBPH,";"II .
'!v' _,atnI a! osM4W B da:,ror"41yb\Cp-\ .t1 ors; :,bas ,,] J',Pow here, Fred Mueller hold.' p'lIl UtiiU( standf his new C.llle! CJan't Bermuda grass for : U.. mtf: A I 4 It** e.lla i J.- ,- t
agronomists" have been looking. state county agent Ta lor. The new county agent Bobby Taylor not shown,to see. Mueller started the new strain of .Kred.I'I i1
'There has really been no new grass grass is still unproven over a long' Bermuda grass two years load he bought for 1300 In....lIn'l. Now
I introduced in this area in the past 20 period. he has 10 acres he hopes will average six:'ton of hay per acre this summer f
years, Taylor says.
The new grass is a relative of St. Edwards Church Halt '
Alecia, another type of African Ber-
muda grass.
The Callie strain was "developed"after BINGOEvery
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A IIimaJJ.aI1ritb Mft furry fur asda J long mission committee that oversees pope. activities.

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But is it a pussy cat or a skunk? Waters is no longer serves as a .Starke
policeman because of the mayor's action.

Anyone with common sense and a
knowledge of wBdfefe can teach children bow The ticket won't be prosecuted because the g

to felt if the beast they're looking at is a cat or mayor says Waters was not on the police

a skunk. force.: .


Just step back and take a look and if it looks Here's some background: Waters resigned '/'
like a skunk and there's a bad smell in the air as a policeman two years ago to run for city j

it's a skunk commissioner. After winning, be volunteered
to work for the Starke Police Department,
Step back and look at this situation and see if without pay. so that be could keep current his i
you agree with us that there's a skunk in the certification as a policeman. That involves

barnyard. working about 19 hours a month Waters said. err-9rre

This young man gets a traffic ticket and a Well, the question that sticks in our craw fell
relative doesn't like it. The relative tries to get from the lips of Commissioner Vemoo Silcox

it tossed out but can't find any police iISL _
assistance in the matter. Why did the mayor decide at this particulartime
that he didn't like Waters being a : ff"f.
The ticket stands. policeman when he had known since Januarythat

Waters had been serving as a volunteer 4

Nest Mayor-Commissioner Joe Warren policeman? _
enters the drama and removes City Commissioner

and sometimes policeman Wilber Warren's response was that he was just en- f.
Waters, who issued the citationjrom serving forcing the city ordinances.
as a city policeman At the time the ticket was .

issued. Waters was. helping out during a time Nobody mentioned an obvious solution.
when some of the regular force were away Take him off the commission committee and

from duty for various reasons. let him help out the police department that'sat .

least two men short. .-..NtM :
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Anyway. Warren says < '
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toss Waters off the force. He said he did it cause or get Into some political gamesman- I ; --v .. ; .,'.'"!1 <..)'>'i\""\" ""
cause Waters wasn't a bonafide cop cause he ship. Shriner .,,1 '

hadn't appointed him. L3r ( z .
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I The Silent Generation Provides Roaring Prelude to Benefit Dinner f 1 .a:&?.=a. I'


North central Florida Shriner group strummed their way ii.\
Remember when your high school teachers because some people feel the country owes. brought vehicles of every description along carrying banjos and guitars, Correction! ": .." .
to Starte Saturday to grab attention with a couple of guitarists magnifying -
future the
referred to you as the generation, them a living. .
mobile :
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along m sparsely parade route their efforts by using !
that would be better informed The members of the Starke Shrine
generation winding toward Starke Elementary amplifiers scraped to their backs. A '
more knowledgeable than they? They have watched social promotion School where they sold a recordnumber' Scottish band decked from head to thank everyone who helped make ,.. ,
have toe in tradtional outfits,also provided their Chicken Dinner a success. :
become the custom in our schools. They of dinner to help support
from school in the become virtually their crippled children's hospital music along the route. All of the proceeds go toward the 1r
If you graduated high seen discipline go down the drain free care and treatment of patients at ;- ::
I 1WYs it is now an inescapible fact that age 40 impossible to enforce because of raging from Sporting two-wheelers ranging Shrine Crippled Children's Hospitalsand ;w'.Tm
motors
motorcycles powered by Fain total had
I is staring you in the face or has already sped parents and legislated red tape, another signof with hundreds of horsepower and not Bateman a the sale of Burns Institutes. .,_ aWe !:. .,'
by. You have arrived! You are now a (full- the times. some one-man-power bikes, the dinners, but predicted a more money were also Uunfc.tbese ,listed below I
fledged adult, ;even if yOur, mother "doesn'ttreat *t paradesmen played follow the leader will be contributed to the Shriner the who list inadvertently omitted. from ,'rya '
I you like one. They have watched the dollar shrink J in': weaving and whirring along the ''Crippled Q Jdrfta..Hospital In South Martin-Land last'weehrtitstarke.limmy Clearing and Fill Dirt. ..'''u

value the past 30 years. They are some of the streets. four-wheelers Carolina than last year. Bateman E.B. Akridge W.A. Poppell.! Johnny .. .
Shiny topped by said about 700 dinners were sold last
I Growing up in the fifties was a uni9ue ex last Americans who can remember when a surry fringe or no tops at all,also rev year sending$5.500 to the hc6pi"' '.All Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. Harry .. :
t perience. Teenagers of the Fifties cfidn t rebel dollar was worth almost a dollar. ved and roamed from curb to curb the proceeds from the affair are for- Tison It Family. Lawtey: Joey Bennett h.. .y
Graham Mr. and Mrs. DeRitch
as much as would those of the Sixties, neither while driven waved and smiled to warded to the Shriner's hospital. He Green & Family.: .
I against their parents nor the American way of They have heard empty promises. watch children the of spectacle.all ages who gathered to said the group sold 900 meals this

life: Fifties children are the country's link year.
with the way it used to be and how it is today. They have watched the country become

without purpose, without a sense of direction, .

Fifties children accepted discipline more become without a specific goal. '. "" ?",',1 .., '& .
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readily than teens do today, but they were
more independent thinkers than those of the If our country is to continue to stand tall, to
Forties and before. Fifties children heard be respected, it is the children of the Fifties i
stories of the Depression vividly relived by upon which that responsibility l will fall in the : '

their parents. Parents of today's children coming 20 years. ,
didn't go through the Depression; children of r A
today have no conception of hard times. So far.they have been the silent generation- ww
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busy raising families and earning a living.
Being a child of the Fifties carries a heavy They must take time to become politicallyaware. ,
responsibility If they are the final link bet.ween .
the present, they are also the silent

generation. The country cannot be left to the politiciansin

Tallahassee or Washington, D.C. The silent
They have watched the "stand on your own generation must begin to restore the country's'spirit
two feet" way of life slowly diminish. Now we to
and cohesiveness, provide greatly w r t
hear demands for welfare to be increased
needed leadership.
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fItli.ing! of<< ln.b l Ut<**.a popular \ ,
garden trgtiaUe found in most of our I
firr K garden,tmwJJy lakes I place in Second,the tops of the plants shouldbe to store quantities of potatoes at the
May "';lfalO tubers. are ready to dig removed 10 to H days prior to digging desirable temperature of 50 to 60 "" \
trim W to ft days after planting. If Merely cut the vines at ground degrees F, room temperatures and
liltuMi twt.dtheWpoftheptAato level with shears, a sharp knife or a outdoor shed temperatures have to be I
glens gfwrlly dill <&* naturally" lawn mower and remove from the tolerated. Under these warmer conditions
a/wt the tut"r. ti/p trvtun in about garden. This lop cutting cause the It to advisable to keep the tubers ,
124 days after pUntingM skin on the tubers to set and become spread out rather than stacked or I
.ny tvirdenrr wish to dig a frw tough. Obviously, one would not want heaped.Store In a dark area to avoid
nrly tA.tiM+ kfor tt, floss have to cut tops loo early, or Ions of yield greening due to light.Sprouting Is nota !
ra hed 'lull HI and maturity %um* would result. problem at these higher i iBRAOFO
prefer to dig tuber a* needed from Thirdly the gardener" should exercise temperatures for the first two months
Ihejune. mot lubers are ready until great care in removing the tubers ,since the potatoes are usually in a
lh... plants A*. Ho*evr, mod wait from the soil. Rough bruised no-growth "resting" stage. Potatoesdo
until 1I'" tubers are mature" then dig digging results In skinned not keep well much longer than two
the entire crop. and cut tubers. All of these are more to three months anyway,
This once-over harm requires prone to decay and other problems In
car In digging, and proper storage storage. The final storage' precaution Is to 1
technique to prevent (.v4 ef the After potatoes have been dug. they grade out rotting tubers periodically
coredcaters. Many pr Mnw an*"* should be cleaned before storing in so that the entire batch Is not con
after harvest such *. tuber decay, order to remove dirt and soil that may laminated.
shriveling, proutiog" uwrwsig, and .. organisms. The best
Injury from Insects and r'4 ass, way ate clean Ii to brush off the dirt by
Part of the decay and Mvwc4.og hand"using burlap bag or soft brush.Wishing .
problemencountered' lafcrr ..ere. aw is particularly easy where
due to skinning 01.(he. pains **<4b4tng wly small amount busHel or two
time., To minimize the ,..due i*. erf potatoes .to Involved. Washing to I It SR1Q4 c .
or enhanced by aklA.lko" >g, ffr* s k.t except that dumping andwa.bMg
gardener: may take JMWM tYMNonary **- "in a tub or container of water ,! tt
steps should be avoided. Decay organismsare 1IZ scut >' iligftW4
First, the pot.IOH.huuU toe Mi caw spread by the water from one :
dug as long as possible until taw plant' tuber to another It .to best to spreadthe : :
lop have died back naturally. With tuber out and hose them down ,. : '", .
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the additional maturation, period. lh e with' a spray of water. Or. one might .
outside surface skin of the tubers rind each tuber by hand under a tap. Sen Huey Lena of Louisiana "' JINCB1W.OT,. . *-* Publisher -:VJPublished '
becomes tougher and mort resistant. Then. M h Important Out they be filibustered without stop in )\.; .. ..: .4" .. :' '
to scratching and skinning at digging.Of dried thoroughly In the shad or for 3 the ,-"et. for 15 1/2 hour each Thursday and entered' of secend Class Mattis af the Post Office- at.Stark, pia.under Act of
Course the dilemma here to that or 4 hour la the sun before storing. His monologue on June 12. March J, M7f.- 'n" -
tubers left In the ground In Florida In Potatoes should be stored In a dark, 1935. filled 100 page* In 4t JJt." :* '-- Subscription rate In trade arcs it Per Years IS Six Months. .
June are subject to Increased chancesof cool dry.well-ventilated place Sine' the Congrctitonsl Record. fli;,WjS "Out W.trade r.a'111 Per Year,l.so sis Months. Starke.Plortda.
rotting due to heavy rainfall. It to not practical. for most gardener .
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Kickoff Time is 8 p.m. at BHS .



Tornadoes Go at Each Other Tonight in Junior-Senior Game



pme The will annual kickoff Junior-Senior football "Their big problem Is a lack of ex Honorable mention all-stater Marcus
at
Bradford high Field.5 p.m tonight Parlance, said the head coach Cruce, linebacker Isaiah Jenkins
The going to need to get together defensive! ends Mark Moaley antAllen
game Is the football
finale for
the' seniors who played .lust Hamilton like Kenny Clare, Ed Moor, and 78 leading tackier
season's M Tornado on and Jonathon Johnson Fred Woods will dress out along with
team and the
first chapter In the book tlue (reclevers) this summer and work on late-season 78 regular Mark Mitchell
on 1979-80
squadThe Juniors-next year's Apparent strengths are the offensive Bennie Morris Craig Bryan,
vanIty
and defensive backfleJds with Pete, and Cleve .
club, will play In the Spring Jam Henry Myers. ..
boree in Gainesville 1878 starters Tyson Doug Reddish
next Friday and Marty Chastain manning the offensive Jamboree tickets are still on sale at
awasmtil nighGMay August.31; and then put the pads : backfield (with Reddish at the high school at$UO for adults and
) along with Dale $1.90 for students.
Tle&ts\ ri. quarterback
for students will be (2 for adults and f 1 N ,. tl'P Peabody" Rogers. In the secondary: The Tornadoes will play the first
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the point still sticking to Donald Reddish are set with night meeting Santa Fe at 7:30 p.m. -:
basics we fell like that's the key Dinky Kllby playing a cornerback.The and Gainesville Eastslda In the next .
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BHS being Head a good football team. said. lines are thin with many seniors period. Gainesville High School and
Coach
David Rune downplaying Buchholz wW also be
the importance of tonight's due for plenty of action tonight. competing.

game although admitting it will be
emotional as always "We just can't

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for this game| or the Jamboree.e'll Bradford High's offense and defense knock heads In a seniors In the annual JuniorSenior'game before combating
", try to play as many boys as Monday afternoon workout outiide competition In the Spring Jamboree next Friday
we. apes! and work on the basics." Tonight. May 24, the Tornadoes will play the graduating right.
Hurse 'said when asked about Tils' ...
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i game," noted Offensive Line Coach swan ...-e-- w.aaa. r.aar'r.' a urr iraLaxarNM /
Bob Hancock "It took me awhile to )
get bsejj to It when I came here but it
sure beats choosing sides and
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Ulna; This gives us six quarters tnrrwir ausua'" 1Y
(counting; two in the Jamboree) of 4, #
Spring play when most schools Just
getjtwoquarters.
"Kr-also can do a lot for your kid's .
con1kki ce. I think last year's gamewanby
( the Juniors 26-16)) really ,
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young kids who had looked up to the $ J
seniors saw themselves out there >
against them and found out they could
planWe'll treat it like a good
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Rune figures that if nothing else it
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viewpoint. Coach Mike Hartley works with defensive back Darryl Thornton.
"Even though the seniors will only
have 15-18 players they'll be tough
they always are. You've got to figure
they're two years older than most of
our players. Their biggest advantagewill ,
be the game experience that will +g :
help them make the when .
big plays
need them... .. ..
they and then Marvin ---- ;
Tyson could break one anytime." The seniors or most of the seniors who will play In to right. Coach Kelvin Crnger Alton Moore Craig Bryan, I
Tyson a first team all state running tonight's Junior-Senior football game gladly posed for a Mark Mitchell, Doug Reddish Bennie Morris, and Coach 301 NORTH STARKE
back last year ran for over 1,700 picture during a workout Tuesday afternoon. John Slater.
yards in 11 games. Pictured: are: front row. left to right Isaiah Jenkins, Others'expected to suit up for the seniors are: Marcus
|Injuries have slowed the Tornadoesis Donald Reddish. Dinky Kllby Marvin Tyson. Dale Cruce Mark Mosely. Fred Woods Henry Pete and Cleve CHINESE EGG ROLLS & .FRIED RICE
i late stages of Spring practice makIng "Peabody" Rogers and Marty Chastaln. Second row left Myers.
both the offensive and defensive Only $1 49
l lines thin. :
.'1 ey paper Danny Hildebran got bangedip Hersey defensive end Bruce Kenny Etheridge have stood out in the passing game. We down don't have INCLUDES CHINESE JASMINE TEA
tpe other day and we had to stop Rehberg, and Randy Thompson, whois practice. "Teston is the only guy we any kind of timing now but
traotice because we didn't have any working at fullback but also at have back there with any varsity experience we're gonna want to throw more next Call Ahead 904-7478
jnort linebackers." Hancock said. coup rd where Sexton says "he so hopefully having him at year.:'
Defensive Coordinator Mike Sextons us a fine job and give us a Ills free safety will let him overlap and At running back Hume said Mike SEAFOOD DINNER
been without expected starters tie added depth on defense." help out the other defensive backs Jordan and John Bennett the two let- $359
Im ny'Jones (back injury) Kevin The offensive line is the other thin some. Etheridge is one guy I don't termen with limited experience have 6 Shrimp 6 Scallops 1 Bag Clams,Fries & Slaw
Reddish', and Frank Swindell I (both Seniors AI Chapman C Jay Griffis, have to worry about being aggressive been the leading ball carriers In practice
ItIIankle' problems). G, Johnny Bell G, anal Allen Scott T, and he's doing the other things better' with Hamilton and Johnson work-
.'\ e'l'e missing so many people it's and Juniors Ricky Griff.T,and Ronnie -. ?,,, day." ,, ,Jag at both flanker and RB and Randy SHRIMP. DINNER CLAM DINNER
Senlor.Rlcbatd.Smi.1A the : ;
'keeping"'US''front'getting' the front-liners : ) front- Thompson"showing good potential atarylJbaqk"y. "
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unlowa !fenslveJffort?g Sexton11 now) with junior Joel'Stalnaker!})1'00'""rr 1 runner 1pr the rong-slwCCJnMl'badl'y ; ,..,,,!., ,..1slut, -I, K-. .'.; [l" '' Shrimp'Fries: A Slaw 2 Bag Of CImd IW'td.Y' frrr' i
moaned,' "We're a team-oriented viding a backup according to Han slot with Barry Thomas a step behind The seniors, working under the
defensive ball club but we haven't cock. and the same situation holds for the 'direction of coaches John Slater and Fries & Slaw
bee able to get that team effort In the defensive backfield Coach monster position with junior David KelvirvCruger, have been slowed by a $289
together." Mike Hartley Is back after baseball Sparks holding a slim edge over lack of bodies with only 10-12 players
Se ton singled out defensive ends and working with an inexperiencedgroup fellow junior Dwayne Strickland attending most afternoon practice
Jimmy Wright and Ronald Mathews since last week. who'll also back-up Teston at free sessions.

("he's been a workhorse for us, play "We're young and right now lack of safety.
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noseguard"), and linebackers Danny we just don't make the right plays all "he U come up and stick people"). .
Hilderan and mark Crews."Crewiwill the time." Hartley said, "Overall the Brian Thomas and Randy Reddish
be a sophomore next improvement has been good but you provide young depth. .
I year. lie couldn't make the JV team kind of expect that with a young group A host of offensive backs will see
last year and ended up playing for the like this they should be Improving action tonight with spots up for grabs .
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player we've got. He'll start at to stress aggressiveness. Id field will be on the Senior team. ;'
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BUS" Baseball "..

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Bradford High-School and the sponnoring Most Valuable '
All Sports Club honored grader Louette 'J" .
athletes from seven Spring sports at ding award, and ,OdJ
their final banquet for the 1978-79 and Junior Valery .
school year held Thursday night.May recieved Coach's .. .
17, at Starke Elementary Howard said

Mike The Hartley Baseball accepted team coached most of the by discus first or In second just about in } _I ff : ...... -.... -....;.;.._ _t.*.r..r. =.- --xis>
plaudits at the fried chicken supper ran"... Smith "set Boys awards winners at the Spring Sports Banquet were, from left to right Johnny Tatum In track and field. Jeffery Norman, David Sparks and K li'tt:
affair. Coach after coach Included in records in a row in Richard Gaines and Joey llerrei In golf Troy Ely Richard Smith and Northrup In baseball and Steve GrlffU In tennis oiGrtd
their presentation some praise for the meets of the year ( \uramtibllo9
BUS baseball team that won Bradford and State)"...
High's first district baseball title us four years and is
since 1949. and maybe' the school's outstanding athletes
first-ever regional crown. probably ever will
"All we talked about all year was to state (after a (\, oU
getting over the hump." Hartley said tomy) by getting up : eU
before doling out the baseball awards, running :5-fl miles (7II
"Somebody might say a 13-13 recordis out again in the
mediocre but when win Chandler "is a little ,
sorta you t, 4 fit:
the district title for the first time in so does all the things 1'1'b
many years and win Region for probably like to see an athlete
the first time ever I think Richard Smith f
you've gotten over the hump." Most Outstanding
"Every athletic program needs a Boys Track Coach
spark and the baseball team was the "Richard was able
spark for everybody else this year" class competition all
praised Girls Track Coach Grover state." Stevens said
Howard. finished third at
"I want to thank the baseball team and about 10th at
too" added Athletic Director David run. The Best -
nurse in his closing comments "I to Johnny Tatum, --.-.--- -- "; ,
them asked him to do. ;:
thouroughly enjoyed watching we
awards at from left Doll Waters, and Terri Fairish of the girls
play. You know the last baseball Stevens. Senior Troy Winning girU sports the Spring Banquet were to right track and team Janice Berry
trophy we had in the Fieldhouse was the Coaches Award Cindy Griffith l.ouette Smith. Valery Chandler, and Marian Puttman of the softball team, and Karen Macy and Terri Thomas of the tennis team. J

from 19641"Jeffery Chenoweth (Tatum -
Norman reaped the Most other guy" when I', .
Valuable Player Award for the track coaches an
baseball campaign. from the squad). "He (
"This was tough but (Jeffery) was attitude you would
someone I feel that from the beginning have. Anytime we
of the season to the end con special event he did it .
tributed most to our success In turning a lot of heart." \ )$. VALLEY-Our brand
FRESH own ,
around" said. He After \
things Hartley describing
supported his choice with Norman's team's 9-9 season as t" selected
statistics-tops on the team in batting season, not a losing of Beef that is carefully !
average, 422 ("that may be a school just hanging in there
record"), doubles, 8, triples, 4, hits, Howard gave her tt T from the best of heavy, western,
35, runs batted in,30, tied for numberone Karen Macy-Most
in homers, with 2, and second on sophomore Terri e U.S.D.A. Choice Beef for flavor'
the club in fielding percentage."I'd proved. "Karen beat
like to make special mention of the district and extra tenderness,
two young men (pitchers Kenny state semi's, and had
Clark, sophomore and Scott Allen, her first year of
freshman) the diamond coach continued said,adding that
"At the beginning of the a sophomore and SO YOU
season I said pitching was a question four for us. She Dated
mark. This year Scott and Kenny hada anytime I called on ( Every Package .KNOW
combined record of 13-10 with an when a girl was sick '
earned run average of 180... that's she would play and '. .
tremendous!" Boys Tennis a r .,., .
Catcher Keith Northrup got the said he let team t J/fIJ: ' !Most Improved Player Award-"This Most Valuable ; ; '
young man raised his batting average done in the past and "po"!_ t\:
140 points this year and his defense Steve Griffis the .
improved 100 percent"--for! hitting 10.8 this year, he Best
316 with 24 hits and 18 RBI's. and did a good job Bu/inPrrxiuaJl 9tt1A.A
I The Best Attitude award went to said, first mentioning .
..
junior David Sparks. "To get this to pay more attention 473.3178'o la
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I award, no matter if you play a lot or when I do my g Red Sweet Potatoes
not you have to have that winning at We could have won ..isAisswiunAA.a IIlIltJ1-1.'JAI'S1Uia'
titude." Hartley said. matches if we Rt,9eliclous Apples!, "
The team presented a plaque 'with around the rain this ft IM* t t99g IIriwlfZ! f:' 8urrt'j
I the team picture to Hartley. Girls Softball : untl $iJP!!: 'lftl Country Stand Mushrooms LI 1'-
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I "I'm losing five seniors (Norman, good-naturedly < 1/1"$1:0' MM*MHI MM 49'11
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l for anything." said Hartley. it probably was not LB Fresh Green Onions 2'"ai::: 59'
Howard praised his girls track seems" He then -..... i1wm2
SAVE 30E SAVE 20C SAVE 20d A LB
team, which finished third at district golf team that had Florida Sweet Corn grow 89
ar.d sixth (of 19) in regionals and had Spring record.
six girls qualify for the state meet, for went to Terri Fairish .
"performing their best when it Player"Everybody FRESH FLORIDA BUY cmZ
counted", and made mention of a ing to get this one... FRESH LARGE ((14 SIZE) FRESHCALIFORNIA
team-coach squabble late in the with 30 hits, 27 runs GREEN a'S1
season which he said cleared the air. scored fewest errors FLORIDA CALIFORNIA
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came with a laugh as the Gaines-Most scO""t'lO/l/ 89 79
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Bradford Middle School Runs Annual Intramural Track MeetBradford -


Middle School
student till with us in area track meets '
during ER'wI
put on a track and field show for theft.elasimate.
from now through the
summer. They
.Tuesday May M,with the bad good time today."

152imur1 Trade Meet Dennis Banks a 14 year old eighth
at [Bradford High oval.to .
grader broke
two records in the
tI tlx Eighth&lc.1 grader educaUoncnla. era meet lie chopped one-tenth of a second
off his own mark with a 10.3 second -
team IIOinta with team Five loo yard dash and also set a
: team Four out for
the dlampio
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school: standard with
139-7 discus
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Jp, 78.8 points to 77. Team Six toss, breaking the old record of 120-10 I:,
waf third with".1 points, with teams set by Sheldon Hodge In 1971. I f rl nl 1t1iS
Thrall Two, and One following with Pam Hawkins 13 old seventh ter'I'I '
% and year I
90, D, 4 points respectively.
knocked her
grader,
girls 100 yard
Th three .
top teams
were primarily dash
mark down to 11.5 from ll.fl and
maim up of eighth graders with team later ran a 61.0 440 leg on a mile .,
Throw all seventh graders team Twosixtifand medley relay Pertema Brown ..

seventh graders, and team another seventh grader put her name ,Ii
One ,all sixth graders. in the record books with a 16-0' long "I .. -...Nl. t \
Four Middle School records were jump. The old horizontal Jump mark t ? : + l A I il, 'Ir 14R i iI
broken and !
I
other ,
numerous high was 14-9 by Kathy Pettaway in 1977 +Ijv" \ : +
marks -were recorded in the sunny '" \

conditions Tuesday."I The top six finishers In each of .. ,.. ,,11: ;' +1 l ''I1.
d.
was pleased with the results. Tuesday's events with team number :.. rf"L ,. r, ,tiNIQtr
There's an"abundance of talent hereat and ....u1UOUow: MI.,1fb,1. -.; .. .., M !
( BMS). said BMS physical education .. .i
II* Yr LMI MwuCIMfr. *) fmlth, t, IMi 14-year-old Richard BadUlo anchored -- I! i
instructor George Loper. who Dwa"M Mar***. 4. "..> AHUM** Or.**. 4, "..| team four wla In the '
also:coaches the Bradford Roadrun- Ns.rl .._. .. ".., Curtis J..5. t, ..., t* a mile Pam llawkln burled ,
ner'track club. "Most of these kids K.my .......,MI(t*. *t Mlir>. medley relay with a 2:216.0 yard leg her own BMS girls 100 yard dash II
111-D.IwIR. a*!**. t, M., (MO .M' .****)' Keith CrlffU of team five trails mark with an 11.5 time In Tuesday's |,
who were running today will be runn- ..
.
INnl JoN5. ana CIHMr fmHft ( n.' Bn* BadUlo ai fellow students cheer. Intramural meet. Here she's )just
i.y Emmett Watkins middle strides across the finish line with a 21.0 second win ;
In the BMS 220 yard dash Teddy Thompson left and Lafayette Chandler right, riniihvd a(1.0 second 4lolrg on a mile '; r
trail the winner. medley relay. That would be a Bradford -
Greens DramaRestaurant High School girls record In the
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be held Friday and Saturday.

.... May 25-26 at the Lawtey Elementary
REF ,D.A. School In Lawtey.
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with action starting at 6:30: p.m. Bradford Middle School girl's .;

".,;....... tC..GOOD IHUNV wa* 44 THRU 44 Friday. record In the long jump. with a IH-O (
mo Mar M ouaMTiT NIGHTNIUnWIO, Tournament participants are: leap.
HIy j Bradford Middle School First Chris-
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1/.S.BA. Ch&cFnih Mley&cffan th's Garage and The Tylers from t

2 t.1 Newberry, Carl's Garage of Green Warner Football I,
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Round Steak t Keystone Heights and two women's I
11'' 151 al54 ...cI'"III''II.. f 1 teams from are correctional Registration ...,wwL i
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BladChuck: Steaks; 178 field featuring a $2 BBQ chicken! .dinner Association will be holding its first ; h

'1.: 1. .1M 1't. 1), cc'A.. .. \li..s1 I >: r. i, .V ""-,.,..,....,. registration for Pop Warner football,'; )
Boneless Stewing Beef' ;;; tl .f players and cheerleaders/ I 'I
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freshly! i Ground; Beef II. LWCI Women
Registration for cheerleaders,
jp.511M
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p' iSiaks $138 "w, cheerleading mascots and players in

I.' k t > .. /dJ.w., 5..a 88 Drop Softball.! Game the Mascot. Midget. Jr. Midget Pee :
Fresh Pork ,Butts 1f 118 Wee Jr. Pee Wee and Tiny Tot divl- ;
saAlr UCI
LWCI in women'sprison
8-3
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Fresh+ Western(i ; Ribs ,15$131 SAVE 104 A La SAVE 20C A La SAVE 30d night, May league 17, leaving Softball the Thursday losers 3-4 in 9 Baseball a.m. to Field noon from and at 1..the p.m.Lawtey Two J I i

S ked'p'orC'hoPS' 1.$198 league play. more registration sessions will be ,
LWCI beaten FSP the week
was by '
held June at
Saturday, 9. Hampton
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Pork Hocks !f &uyrirrPelil Buqlin o.v Picnics 1168 losing cause Thursday Martha noon and at Brooker Elementaryfrom "
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} orthside Tops Hope To Take Hold f First-; _

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Men's Church -
Calvary Gets 1st Win In League

t Norlhside Baptist"won its way Into list Just three hits while scoring In over First Baptist Tuesd P .4-I A
sole possession of first place with an every inning Tuesday night. J.G. Broome was two for djire*with jkyf
11-4 win over previously unbeaten Terry Mundorff was three for three, a home run and Bob SchraMt tw for _
", Hope Baptist and then got some more Junior Schoening three for four with a three for the winners. Joe wpp was
breathing room in the Starke Men's triple and four RBI's. Scott Polk two 1-2
I Church Softball League when for three, and Ricky Johns homered
[ Kingaley Lake Baptist dumped Hope Inakle-t a-fence for the winners. Klngsley Lake 17.Hope M
Friday, May 18. Jack Anderson was one for one for Klngiiley! Lake Baptist dealt Hope
Another highlight of the last two Calvary. Baptist its second loss In a row(after
weeks was Calvary Baptist's first win five straight wins) Friday night,
of the year,a decision over First Baptist tightening up the three team battle
Hope-1st Baptist for second place between K!., Hope,
Hope Baptist continued back on the and Pine Level
1st Methodist 2l-Calvary Z winning track after its two losses, KL took leads of 4-0, 8-0. and 7-0,
First Methodist allowed Calvary Bap allowing just four hits ins shutout win before the losers could score: in Fri
day's game. Roger Bennett hit for the
cycle, with an Inside-the-park homer,
Big Memorial Day Weekend Sale a triple,double and single) ,to lead the
winners. Curtis Crawford was threeNorthslde ,

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a late tag on an unidentified Madison Street runner as Nor base coach Bob Paterson says "He's In there." ,..
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Lots of beach towels to choose from

for four with triple and two doubles, N'Slde 1'-Madison St.9 foi r three and Donald Pearson w4*:two
Big selection of spreads and drapes Douglas Crawford was also three for Shorthanded Madison St. hung f with a double. ,? ',:"
four with three two-baggers. tough with the league leaders for two orGary< O'Steen and Charles Swartzere
Broderick Crawford and Dennis and a half innings before Noithside "'w two for three and Ed Christmas 1 !e.
Good buys on used furniture and appliances yF' Crawford had two hiLI'apiece and plated eight runs in the bottom of the two' for four for MS. ,,,.,., :.,
Dwayne Hardee had an fntheparkhome third inning Friday night. \. I"" .; ,. '.'... .1
run for KL. Northslde slapped six inside-the- o v ,
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---------------------------------- team with David Thigpen and Stuart .- .' ,
t' Frank Swindell was three for tour Duncan bagging a pair of roundtripI noreChurch' ;'.;:'
1v"h+t !Jarts. Hamond andMartin \ .r. 'j
Jerry two for three
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Host The L wty Gold Nuggets!wrapped Brad Brown was three for four with Gowen doubled for the loser's.L. three for four, PhttHp Crews two for
uddy up the first half ehaMllklnBhI Clltlae a._double and George Levasser was three with a double, Wayne Brown
Starke Dixfe Youth Majorleague eaebaU the two for four, and Sam Norman tripledfor
ifthlling8 for 1I-U year old and then got Dodger S. SGvthers adddetwo hits Gold Dodgers* LG.
t 3 Softball often the right foot in the second half, In three at bats and. Robert Carverwas Lawtey Gold scored five times in Brad Brown and Tony Dlgga were
,....... edging the Mets S-4 Tuesday night. two for four. the sixth Inning to squeak past the both three for three with Brown hitting
... The\ Lawtey squad won its last five Giant Gary Tyson was ''three for Dodgers Tuesday, May 15, in Lawtey. a home run Michael Colvin i
,-. games to close out the league's Initial four with a double while teamate Carlton Johnson was three for threewith pounded two homers, and David Little
Telegraph Sport EditorXayOff8 halt with a 7-2 record one game bet Greg Wilkinson was two for three and a double. Gerald Brown was was two for two for the Dodgers
trr than the Met*' 6-3 mark and two Jason Bennett and Thomas both
I up on the Braves, who ended 54. doubled.
:,' The winner of the first half meets Phillies Cinch 1st Half DY Minor FlagThe I
the winner of the second half (if different -
City Recreation Director Cheryl' Godwin reports Starke is set to host three ) in a best two of three game L.Gold S.Mete S
post-season Softball tournaments this summer-two sub-d strict events and the playoff at the end of the regular In what amounted to the champion- Phillies, who lost their first base hits but Bret Bement scored lour
State Men's Open (ASA Major lotships. game of the season before starting a times, and Wood crossed home three
season.
ship of the first half
v.,The Men's Open tourney Is obviously the biggie. It is earmarked for the new Gold game topped the Mets 8-5 In Lawtey Lawtey winning streak that has grown to six times in the win. i
Edward's Street diamond! and will showcase Starke's Hillandale Farms Green Thursday 17. games, wrapped up the first half title Allen Wood was two for two with a
May
Machine the in the Dixie Youth Minor Baseball double for the Rangers
against state's other non-metro powers (areas such as Miami, Meta 12.Braves *
Jacksonville, and Tampa-St. Pete have their own metro tourneys) in competition The Mets runnenipa in the first It was S-8 after three innings but the League with a win over the Tigers last
for two spots to a southern regional. Defending state champ Dubose of Pensacola half, started the last leg of the season Lawtey club scored once in the fourth week.
(Machine was runnerup) Is sure to be on hand. August 3-5 is the date for the off with a vengeance, whitewashingthe and twice in the sixth while winning The Phillies finished comfortably in 1'IIIOIetl2 12-Tigers S
Starke-hosted tourney. Men's Open Nationals will be held(in York,Pennsylvania, Braves 12-0 Tuesday night at pitcher Sam Norman worked out of a front of the rest of the league in the The Phillies wrapped up the first
August 31-5e tember 3. Pratt Street Field. bases-loaded Jam In the fourth .and first half. If a different team managesto half Dixie Youth Minor Baseball
.Westside' Field in Starke will be the site of the Women's "B" and Men's "B" Winning pitcher Doug Satnons struck out six batters the last two win the second half title they will League championship with a 6-1
'sub-district tournaments with teams from Macclenny, Gainesville, and Lake City allowed Just three hits while Shane innings. meet the Phillies In a twooutofthreegame record after their win over the Tigers
along with our local clubs battling for spots in the District tourneys. Johnson and Stephen Jones were both Norman also went three for three playoff for the league title Tuesday evening May IS.
The Domino's and Florida Bank, the top two local womens squads, figure to be two for two with doubles, Ron Willis with a double while Dale Boatwrightwas
In the women's "B" event scheduled for July 20-23( and at least a couple of teams homered Timmy Nugent was two for two for two to pace the winner's Gary Wise homered, doubled and
from the Starke Men's Open League should be in the Men's "B" tourney set for four, and Dan Duffy was one for two offense. Wayne Brown, Lamar Indian*.II-L. Rangers S scored three times! to lead the Phil'sto
July 27-29. for the Mets. Crews, Carlton Johnson, Chris The Indians were issued 18 bases on their title-clinching win. Dale
Top finishers in the lady's sub-district will move on to District's Deland,July Jason Polk and Tony Hilliard doubled Cribbs. and Phillip Crews were aU balls as they waltzed past the Lawtey Brown Michael Gray Richie Barnes,
27-29, while the men's district will be August 3-5 in Gainesville. State tourney for the Braves.L. two for three. Rangers 11In Lawtey Monday and Chuck Coburn added base hits.
time is August 10-12 in Titusville for the women, and the same weekend in Cocoa Steve Jones was three for four witha night. Stacey Bowen was two for three,
for the men. double and Danny Duffy was two for Hal Wood, Richie O'Steen and Brad Green doubled, and Richie
Most of the other Softball tourney dates are set. The Men's Church teams will Gold S.Giants 4 two to spark the Meta Shane Johnson Mark Strickland had the only indian Taylor had a hit for the losers.B5S5SIL. .
play both Sub-District and District in Lake City, on consecutive weekends of July The Gold Nuggets came back froma added two hits In three at bats, Doug
20-22 and July 27-29. State Is in Cocoa August 3-5 (the Space Coast gets five ofF 4-3 deficit to top the Giants Tuesday Samons was two for four with a triple, Ea7ARLIHE0 U04e
flda's eight state slow-pitch tourneys this year). night in Lawtey. and Brian Sanders doubled.
Our Senior Boys will bypass qualifying events and go directly to the State 18-18 Sam Norman homered, doubled
year old tourney as defending Florida champions. The state event is set for July and singled, Wayne Brown had three
j7r29 in Satellite Beach with nationals August 3-5 in St. Louis, Missouri.Last year hits including a triple and Chris
.[the tocal's bussed to Sheboygan,Wisconsin for the National Senior tourney. Cribbs was two for three with a dou- Brave*:18-L. Blue
!g District's for Men's "A'T'1s in Macclenny, July 20-22; Women's "A", in ble to spark the winners Owen The Braves wrapped up the first s
ainesville, July 20-22; Women's Open State is In Satellite Beach, Southerland and Lamar Crews added half in third place with an 18-1 clob- ."Mw" .
...Two local invitationals will precede Sub-District's. The annual Civitan'sr two hits apiece and Carlton Johnson bering of Lawtey Blue in Lawtey last
nifit tourney for women's "A" and"B" teams will be played at Westside Field tripled. Wednesday
.. 'June 22-24. Money taken In will go towards the Clvitan's sponsorship of local Mlcole Scott had three hits, one a John David Francis and Barry
;ballclubs and other community projects. double, for the Giants with Greg Warren had field days as the Braves aM
"-. Also the Domino's will host their Invitational at Westside July 13-15, the Wilkerson, Chris Thomas, Ricky stroked 17 hits in the win.Francis was
eekend before Sub-Districts. Both of these events will serve as previews of the Wells, and Daren Chandler adding five for five with two triples while laesTlfe
b-Dlstrlct tourneys and allow local teams to play on a full-size field..... hits. Warren homered tripled, and doubled :
&flats off to a recent show of courage by a local softball watcher-turned in three at bats. Tony Hilliard, O ....
,j&'year old church member and team watcher George Trull donned a calvaryiaptlst Dodgers 10.Giants "Mike Chappell, and Robert Taylor !!=s
uniform and played a full tournament game In Waldo to save his favorite The Dodgers moved past the Giants were all two for two. *SSStf*>< **53**
jcteam; : from forfeiture (they had only eight players). Mr. Tull has undergone with this win Thursday, May 17, as ,,)David Sheppard was one for one =
Operations for a permanently disabled back..... the first half came to a close. with\. LB's only run scored and Mike R 1eem ... .. 699950HieiW
Clay:: High School's girls Softball team, the outfit that eliminated BHS' girls w ,14. -
." tom oute to a District 4-AAA title, went all the way to a state title this year. The I l
i-tfldy Devils polished off a 24-2 season with a 6-2 state title win over Land O I IHDW -
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njuikes last week..;., Apopka, the team that knocked BUS out of the state baseball THEYSTRCKUP v .
rcp] y.off ranks in the Sectional tourney, was bumped off Itself the next time out, t. MENSCHURCHMa w'L..
:: to Jacksonville Holies 5-0 in the state at Tinker Field in Orlando. ldHap
!: !Tampa Catholic topped Bolles 3-0 for the AAA title, TC's fifth since 1968. Other t-a
i j..testate prep baseball champions are: AAAA-Miami Lakes, a 5-4 winner over West PlmLcvKLk Ls
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s|;Palm Beach Forest Hill; AA-Clearwater Central Catholic,'a 6-3 victor overt Standings after games of Tuesday Mid Mvt
.:jNtfWberry at Gainesville's Perry Field; A-Jacksonvllle University Christian forth .' l tB p.
second straight year. They topped Jupiter Christian 21..... liENS OPEN... JBLL DY MAJOR HtMettl.Ctlviry. ear ..im la. C.i M.,. os..nn{, IS'ra.aWCMr7V.
1 jiffcXvBHS: Athletic Director David Hurse admitted at last Thursday's Spring WitaraBuitncMman 10.0 Hthall' T W 1-7 by, a ur'M+tv. ;;tGR :..".,'.. 'M'.e,
'. Sports Banquet that he's not too wild about pro wrestling to Starke 7.2 L,Gold .7-r IMM
brining
tentatively: set for May 26)). An unbalanced him to bend a bit to LWCI S4MUflla 4-5 Meta Braves. s WOMENS OPEN WL Q
pay the bills. "I told them (the wrestling promoters) we'd nave people comingut Sr.Boys sea DodgaraOlanU '' 441 ,DomI.1
\ of these piney woods that haven't been to town in years." Kcbela 0-10 } ria Bank d IBulItU -7} J
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.Hurse also promised more promotional nights to draw crowds for both LBIu. i Brad.Flint. Ma cQaQuslr,.,.,.,. .... _.. ? ..r e.
?baseball and basketball next year (along the lines of a freebie night for Lawtey l' > e "-'. / M.. WU.wM.b.Qartr f
folks, then Brooker residents, etc..) sai ."we're going to bring the Spring "; s8'!
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s'ports up to where they should be. W 0 MEN S DYMINORDiXIEB9OWL.. 1 0 .w..w. en..rru.
.'.lIave you wondered as I have, just how professional the American Football CHURCH ....' W.L 14hnU. 'w.?r Y Merchants .H.. 'wn, ne..e..de.rwow{rt w 4.ti + ',,fy:'F'ur'
A 'ai>oa>lteclgMngJacksonviIle: Firebirds really are? t On:a locally{ talk low J Nops ...,'. .','__ HI Pt\iIIi" s- OlympWe tau .. ...a. 1 I '
from Jackson ee 1ast week team officials said a crowd oftS/JOO; wurmeanf 111I8 ...". = ".'.m, :t".... 1-$, ..
'?4 payday of $500-600 per player-that's every player on the roster. Benchwarmer fit.Ed., CH 'J'Ior1.. '.; .1 .. ""' ', ,La vnea' ... _/1C,, ..,.,..,.u, ,...
'-ntlstar each get of the reciepts after expenses in the AFA's scheme: L.Rangers [< u }f.. (, '. f rlnblydf, +, HI" ggn I
(' things, Firebird officials are hoping for that kind of crowd for their home "
fopener the Lousville Trackers (oh, don't you love the team names in
BATTING AVERAGES-a baker's dozen of the hitters In the Men's .. .
these budding leagues) May 28, in the Gator Bowl..... top C"L fawd
Open and Men's Church Leagues after games of Friday, May 18.
? ..Thanks so much to anyone who had anything to do with the plaque recieved I '.. /W.IYIrr' rid"
at the Spring Sports Banquet. That's something I'll never forge < '_ "
.The' coaches at BHS are so easy to work with and I enjoy covering the athletes MEN'S OPEN (at least 20 at bats) ':. 128 S. Walnut St.N .
itfnd. athletic events so much It doesn't seem quite fair to get awards for it. 1) Ricky Bennett; Waters .692
I'll share this award with bosses Bobby Ferguson and John Miller and the rest 2)) Lloyd Gilpin. Misfits .682
f the crew here at the Telegraph. They taught this rookie just about everything 3) Larry Brown,St. Businessmen .640 .
I:he knows about this businesl.Olympians 4)) Jerry Blalock,Sr. Boys .818 ,.."f.' ;. ".
5)) Donnie Wise, Waters .594 '
6) Wilbur Waters,Waters .591 : .;
7)) J.W, Wright, LWCI .576 :
K Hand Merchants 1st LossKin 8)) Charlie Green, Waters .565 WI1H CONTINENTAL
9) Bill Ratliff,St. Businessmen .560

-... Starke Dixie Boys Baseball Play'' 11)10))) J.J.Randy Wheeler Corbin,Misfits, Misfits .542.545 7 tHERE'S NO sued GasADISTANTRELATIVE. i

: 'ihe Olympians handed ,the Merchants Olympians Firebirds 4 11)) Ronnie LWCI .542
: their first loss of the season A four run fifth inning on just one 13)) Thomas, St.
feet Thursday night but the Merchants hit was the difference as the Olympians Businessmen .538 i
bounced back to top the Lake bested the Firebirds Tuesday,

[Butler Engineers 9-8 (after trailing May 15.Andy. ,- .
f 8-0)) Monday evening and hang. on to Chaff and Clayton Norman
l/Srst place. both had two hits, including doubles, MEN'S CHURCH (at least 18 .at ;
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'phe 1-1 week left the Merchants at to spark the winners. Stephen Little bats). Your third cousin twice
;1-;} with the Olympians, winners of ,added a triple, Gary Perry doubled, 1) Wayne Blankenship, Pine : removed may be in Califor

|ftv> straight,'5-2 with a week to go in and pitcher Richie Fender struck out Level .810 'nia But he's as close to
I the first half. 14 batters In the win. 2) Terry Sharp, N'side .667 you
Craig Sapp was two for three for the 3)) Randy Crews,N'side .650 as your family right here in
r -2 who also hits from 4)) Roger Bennett K.Lake .636
14 L. Sonic IM&tfie Firebirds got ; When call long
: Olympians town.
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5)Steve Earnest 1st Methodist
Lionel Griffis and Tommy Crosby, .625 I
tallied in theSlituj'th ,
11 runs
Olympians .6)) Bruce Jackson, Pine Level .615 r j distance. '
inning to turn a close game Into Olympians Merchants 2 7.Paul( Carter, 1st Baptist .600 I if '
And dial
at Westside The handed the Merchants S you direct
:4 rout Tuesday night Olympians
8)) Doug Crawford, K. Lake .567
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r"iJd. their first loss of the season as ? .1 without operator assistance,
9) Dwayne Hardee,K. Lake .550 -
three for four, the scored four times in the \ -
Clayton Norman was winners !
-' 10)) Dennis Crawford, K. Lake .538 '. won't have to spend
I you
i ndy Parado two for three, Richie first inning and pitcher Clayton Nor- 111 I David N'Side .538 r"- _
eftder two for four, and Tommy 'man pitched shutout ball over the last 12)) Lamar Williams, N'Side .526 much money to spend a

iJHard and Steven Little fof the for four innings. 13)) Curtis Crawford K. Lake .524 little time with him I .
?W with two runs scored \ winScTony Randy Parado and Norman were 4 '
For threeminute !
rs. both two for three for the Olympianswith example: a -
Hill and Edward Crews gotpthe Parado tripling..Andy Chaff added call from Lewiston. I

only_Sonic hits off winning pitcher a double. '7h. great pleasure in life t: Maine to Bakersfield California -
Emmett Watkins was two for three i
w er. is .
|gS:yp.. CMtans 8.Flr blrds J with a triple and Kenny Davis had a say doing you cannot what people do." 'will cost you no more (

'.-Mike Lemire. fashioned a threw hit and scored once for. the Mer- Waltar Bagahot than $1.30, excluding federal .. : '
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tdoUbled\ to lead the Civitans past _- w are just ourrcgularSAJvltoSRM. '
:Flrebirds Monday night. .r- :- M .. ; '
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gtSapp was one for one with two one ofourbargainating I :.J
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LWCI Shoots Into 3rd, Water's Still 1st In Men's Open SoftballWater's III I ...."....North.ideChuIch: ; he'. .' t'

and LWCI both won two Lawrence Wright was two for three, homer, double, and four runs battedIn .
games last week In Men's Open Softball and Larry Lee was two for four with a and John Wright was three for five I from page 10A .: ;; '; :::'
action-for Water's it meant a double to lead the winners with five scored '
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I Calvary 20- lt Baptist t one theft I
firmer grip on first place In the league The Senior Boys were paced by ners in this offensive show Ralph
while the double wins shot LWCI into Chub Johnson, three for four, and Wright added two hits, including a tri Calvary Baptist won iu first game Hope's 1-. card. ;;. I
third place in the league. Doug Reddish and Mike Tetstone, ple, in four at bats, and Jams Jones I of the season after six losses with a NorUwide'K Terry Sharp. hadij
20-9 of four for four in the
slamming Pint Baptist Tues perfect night
both two for three. poked an inslde-the-park home run
day first while
May 15. for place teamate I
for LWCI.
SI. Businessmen 23-Rebel 2 sill Alvarez went two for three
The Businessmen banged out 21 hits Water's32-Rebels I Fred Wheeler's two-run homer Bill Burgin went three for four witha Inslde-the-park homer and triple, anjj
to claim an easy win over the Rebels First place Water's bulldozed the John Ramsey's two for three night homer and five runs batted in and Williams was two for four with a trt>
Monday night at Weslslde Field. last place Rebels 32-1 Wednesday, and Lonnie Olive's two hits and TwoRBI1 Richard Slade was three for five with pie and three RBI's. ::
Larry Brown hit for the cycle with May 16, as the winners lashed out 28 headlined the Misfits offense. an inslde-the-park homer to lead the Harold Bishop homered for Ho&o
an lnside-the-park\\\ homer, a triple, hits.Dewey winners. H. Evans and M. Dobbs add- and whiile Les Boone clapped three
double, and single in five at bats while Mckinney bashed two home Water's 13-: Misfits 8 ed three for five games while R. hits in three at bats.FLII1stMeth.. :
Gene Tanner ripped two homers and runs and plated six runners with a A five run inning in the bottom of Burgin doubled and scored four
had four RBI's to/lead the winners. three for three game, Ricky Bennettwas the sixth wiped out an 8-8 tie asWater'llought times. t(8 innings) %1; I
Bill Rathff was three for five Don four for four with a homer and off a stiff test from the E. D. Phillip wa two for three and Pine Level scored seven runs in thA
Sprow two for Matt two, and Jackson four RBIs, and Ellis Griffis was five fourth place Misfits last Thursday Larry Coburn had two RBI' for the eighth inning to break a 9-9 regulation
Prevatt. and Hull both two for for five for the winners. Tommy Wise night at Westside. losers. deadlock last Thursday night. r:
three for the winners. added a four for five game Joey Bennett Wilbur Waters was four for four, Wayne Blankenship had four hits in
Billy Gnann was two for two for the was three for five with a homer Dewey McKinney three for four, and five at bats, Bruce Jackson was thrw
losers while Phillip Hall had both and double, Donnie Wise was three Ricky Bennett two for four with a tri- r North ldell-llope4 for five and Lloyd Allen scored fout

Rebel's RBI's. for four, and Jim Lewis was two for ple to pace the winners. 9" .'_."' -''' Northside Baptist led from start to times to lead the winners :$: :
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three for Waters. The Misfits were led by Fred finish in this Tuesday May IS. gameto Jay Eaves was four for four with'a
Wayne Teston's solo home run accounted Wheeler, Lloyd Gilpin, and Steve Cox, Daryl Milliard take his cut for establish a grip on first place in the home run for 1st Methodist and Steve f)
for all of the Rebel's scoring all three for four. Wheeler homered Northtide a* on-deck batter Ken Men's Church Softball League. Earnest was two for four with a fouft
UU'I13-Sr.80)sll while Gilpin had a double. Thompson look on. The win gave Northside a 7.0 mark bagger >"-
LWCI scored eight runs in the :-:
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fourth inning and held the lead IAVOI2l-.Ml: 13 I. .."..
against a five run Sr. Boys rally in the LWCI moved past the Misfits into :? I
top of the seventh. third place in the Men's Open League Grace 2-0 for, Week; Hope Still Leads Starke Women's, Church Softball.. League ::.,: I
J.W. Wright went three for four with their win Wednesday, May 16. ; ;
with a triple and three runs scored. Larry Lee went three for five with a Hope Baptist held off First Baptist scored four times in the seventh to Grace IS-1st Baptist !.' Grace 10 >St. Edward J i':0;
Monday night and hung on to first turn back First Baptist Monday at An fourth iritt-
in the eight run inning pushed Grace took the lead in the third
Women's Church Softball
League place while Grace Pratt St. Field Grace past First Baptist In the com- ing and went on to edge St. Edwards
Bradford Furniture Earns First Win; wins Monday (one was Baptist in the used completion two- Mary Hersey was four for five witha pletion of a game rained out earlier in Catholic Church Monday night. -.
I of double. Tammy Baldreee three for the season. Sherri Johns was two for Hirewitha
a rain-postponed ) to
right on the league-leaders game trail. stay four, and Helen Hersey two for four. to Candace Costello was two for three, triple, and Tracy George two fpr
Doin ino '* On Top Of Women's OpenThe spark the winners. and Tracy George, Sherri Johns, and four for GB S:
Nancy Alvarez two for four for Grace. St. Edwards was led by''Dawn
Domino's strengthened their runs, two doubles and five runs For FB Carol Geiger was three for Gladys Pierce was two for three< Schoening. two for three with a double -
grip on the Women's Open Softball scored while Redding had a homer hope II 1st Hapllnte four with a triple and double, and and Lynn Pierce one for two with and Luanna. Mundorff also two
League top spot with a 14-9 decisionover and a pair of doubles. Edith Sapp was Hope built up a 6-0 lead and then Lynn Pierce was two for four. three runs scored for the losers for three. :::=;:

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Mrs. Bertha Pearce

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Honored On Her 90th SECTION

Birthday MayS / r/J 11gt..1fl.1 :

:rrtirap1: if ul ij'eve : !! i
Mrs.' Bertha Pearce celebrated her \ > !I' t/{ i

!90th birthday Tuesday May IB, at an
"open houHf"i._by her daughters, May 14,1979 Page 18 964.7608
Mrs.' Edna Hit and Mrs. William God- t

win at he Starke Golf and Country .- e.
Club.
Mrs.' ILH. Adams, Mrs.' 11.M.Richarde XI lota Delta Holds ltl'' ',
.
Mrs. Paul Bridges, Mrs.' -,.
Eve Godwin, Mrs.' Kenneth Grider 1 "
and Mrs. Marybeth Peacock served. Awards.DlnnerApril30 .
Out-of-town guests were Miss .# I....
Kathleen Hill of San Gabriel, Calif. XI Iota Delta Exemplar Chapter of )
Bill Godwin and daughter, Linda of Beta.Sigma PInl held it* Founders .
Chagrin Falls, Ohio, Mrs' Marybeth Day Celebration and)awards banquet R- .
Peacock and children Rick, Debbie April 30 at the home. 'of.Mrs. Dimple P
and Dannie Parmenter of Jackson- Overstreet. >< k
vine Mrs. T.J. Thomas and Mr. and The Founders Oat celebration, ,.
Mrs.' F.B. Vinson of Valdosta, Ga., marked the 48th anniversary of Beta
Melanie JoAnne Cribbs Mrs.' Freeman Pinkston and Mrs' Iris Sigma Phi social and service w v'1' n ,
e'd
Dunbar of Lake Butler Mrs. Ruby organization far women, whose
Redd Richard and Mrs.' Martha keynote is friendship. t, r r 1
CribbsEllingtonEngagement Hagan of Alachua, Mrs. June Patel Toastmistress for the evening was
Page of Jacksonville and Mrs. President Brenda SUde. She led the 1' L '.
Told Clarence Porch of Keystone Heights.H1II. membership in the candlelight

... ..... pledge. Marie Wynn, recording _.,.
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Ms. Nora of secretary, presented a special ....-- ": !"I""" \& : .
M. Bryant Lake Butler message from the sorority's interna- .oj 4_ ]IJ ''in-
and Mr. B. C. Cribba of Jacksonville
,
wish to announce the engagement of tional president. Diane Hodge, Mrs. Jean Hebel.': district four director, left. Installed Young Mrs. D.W. Whiffen. Mrs. J.E. hardy. Mrs. Bib
their daughter, Melanie JoAnne treasurer, told of the highlights of the the 1575-80 officer. I-r, Mrs. Douglas Hardy, Mrs. Betty Wilson and Mrs W.II. Thomson.
past year.
Crlbbs, to Harlis R. "Ricky" Ellington t
Officers and committee chairmen
,son of Mr.and Mrs.Harlis Ellington were presented with sorority f Starke Woman's Club Holds

of Lake Butler emblems reflecting positions held the

past year. Annual May Breakfast Saturday
Melanie Is a 1978 graduate of Edward The highlight of the evening was the j

H. White High School in announcement that the 1979 Girl of "' ,{The Starke Woman's Club building
Jacksonville and Is employed by the the Year as voted by chapter was,, turned into a veritable flowerardenSatutdayfortheirannualMay
w
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members in secret ballot Marie
Sun Bank of Gainesville. was Kt.
Wynn. The Girl of the Year trophy
was presented to her for leadershipand Breakfast and installation of officers.
Ricky is a 1974 graduate of Union I guidance and serving the chapter Creating the flower garden effect
were Mrs. R.A. Green and
County High School and is employedwith above and beyond the call of duty. Mrs. L.H.
his father at Twin Tops Parts Marie has been an active memberof Jennings assisted by Mrs. Bill Powell
and Larry Williams.
and Services In Lake Butler. the sorority for nine years, holding
The line
receiving: composed of the
various offices and committee chair.manshtps.
She has also served as president, Mrs. Curtis Sanders, Mrs
A 1980 spring wedding Is being plan- Valentine Sweetheart. She resides at Jean Hebel, district four director,
ned and the date for the wedding will ., ... 1420 Pratt Street with her husband, new members, Mrs. Bill Powell, Mrs.
be announced at a later time Domingo DeSantiago Mrs. Agustin a
and Brian.
son,
Mrs Bertha PearceFISHIN' Wayne
Mrs. Lucille
Gonzalez
Those attending the celebrationwere ; Spry, Mrs
Hazel!Paulk and Mrs. Gerald Moran,
: Connie Best, Linda Bowen,
and Junior President Mrs. Robert
Diane hedge Cherie Cox Dimple
,
Hall stood In front of the mantel which
t Overstreet, Brenda Slade, Rose
SHACK wi banked with magnolia leaves and
Smith and Marie Wynn.
\ tiJ centered with an arrangement of red

'. anthurium lines
Your One Slop For All Your fishing Needs Hospital Auxiliary 'f;.,The stage was centered with a ,
white trellis flanked on either aide
If We Don't Have It, You Probably Can't Find It To Meet May 28 'y. with smaller ones, all of which were
,
covered with
: huge crepe paperflowers
At Western Steer .
ONE OF THE LARGEST SELECTIONS r \

Bradford County Hospital Auxiliarywill ]/.B. McKinney, violinist, accompanied -
ANYWHERE hold a Dutch treat dinner and by Mrs. L.A. Canova at the Outgoing president Mrs. Curtis Sanders pins President's. pin on incoming
NEW SHIPMENTS ARRIVING WEEKLY meeting Monday night, May 28, at 7 piano,played soft music as the guests president Mrs. W.II. Thomson. ,
p.m. at Western Steer Steak House. arrived.'A .
W. Appr.clt. Your Bu.ln.iFISHIN' Annual reports will be given duringthe delicious luncheon was served by
business meeting. .. Mrs. Douglas Hardy and her commit tables. director and pasf presidents were
Open OpenSunday ,
the
Mrs. Lily Bridges greeted seated.
tee. Mrs. Lester Crews gave the In-
Sunday SHACK vocation. guests at the door.Handmade A corsage of pastel silk flowers
After' the luncheon Mrs. Sanders flowers were used made by Mrs. Betty Young was givento
5 a.m. 2 p.m. Hiway 100 E. 9848582Mrs. 5 a.m. 2 p.m. thanked the club members for their throughout the rooms. Mrs. Bill each guest as a favor. Other favors
Mrs. W. T. Jackson spent 10 days cooperation during the past two Wilson served punch to the guests as were given by the Guaranty Federal
= Mon Thru Sat. 5 a.m. To 8 p.m. recently with Mr. and Mrs. Rick years. She gave a resume of the activities they arrived. Savings &: Loan Assn., Community
Jackson In Chattanooga, Tenn. 1Ik .. and accomplishments of the Floral place cards marked the Bank and The Florida Bank at Starke.
i, club during her term in office. She seating arrangement of the head The president's special award was
also asked a moment of silent prayerfor table where the president, district presented to Mrs. W.B, Mundy. I;

-.J __ 3 aa two during loyal the members past year.' who Mrs.passed M.A. Gateway Council Banquet at Starke Golf CC J

**... ww. ome. .._ .. ._ ,., .ft' ...n .. ''JU wbl llvdMrq..'W.StiSUand.o .M,_.-*._ "',. ._itij'fc--"" .* L b t r. + '
.. w /Awards' for outstanding services Gateway< Girl Scout N'Council Senior Ntne"frade: Ca sites j' we're r: welcorn-l t *JW'

/! .were presented to Mrs. Douglas Hardy Planning Board met at the Starke ed Into Senior Scouting and presented ;
S.I Si zzle Sale Mrs. J.H. Minesinger, Mrs. L.H. Golf and Country Club Sunday, May a daisy. Graduating senior scouts {
:
Jennings Mrs. Guy Sale Mrs. J.H.
g 20, for their annual banquet. were welcomed Into adult scoutingand I
DuPre, Mrs. C.G. Hill and Mrs. D.W. Guests were served punch on the each received a diploma and a
Whiffin. front patio as they registered. red rose. Seniors from Starke Include
Mrs. Sanders then presented Mrs. The theme for the afternoon was Andrea Eaves, Lynne Johns Patty
Hebel who gave an enthusiastic talk "Music Is AU Around Us Listen". Mullins. Catherine Schoening Lori
on the Women's Clubs local, state, Large black music notes were hang Shinn and Irene Wainwright.
national and international. She spoke ing from the ceiling, decorating thetables A slide presentation from the past
Saveupto2OO'when of the General Federation meeting to and backdrop of the head table. year with SPB, "Symphony of Stars"
be held the first week in June In New Tables were decorated with musical and announcement of new officers
Orleans when delegates from all over centerpieces. were events of the evening.
the world will be gathering for this Lavon Drives, Patty Mullins, Cana Joey Herrea presented several
important meeting.A Schmidt, Todd Schmidt and Dirk musical numbers during the pro-
workshop will be conducted In Schmidt presented several contem- gram. ,I
you buy Fernandina Beach Friday, May 25. porary musical arrangements during Second vice-president Catherine
Mrs. Hebel also presented an awardto dinner. The banquet was catered by Schoening and senior troop 669 were
the Starke Women's Club from the Sonny's, who provided Jazzy BarB.Qpork in charge of the decorations and pro-
: ; state federation for Honor Score. She and High-Stepping chicken. gram. 140 seniors, parents and guests
: anew then gave a very humorous but impressive attended.
installation of the new of-

ficers for 1979-80: president, Mrs. Karen Gray, Mark L. Meister Wed July 21 '.: I
[ Wheel Horse. W.H.'Thom on; first vice-president, -
: Mrs. Bill Wilson; second vice-
Mr. Meister is the of Mrs.H. .
president Mrs. J.E. Hardy third Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Gray of grandson
?_-- .. The deals are sizzling at your" Wheel l Horse Dealer this vice-president. Mrs. Betty Young; ; Gulf Breeze' announce the engage- B. McLendon of Maitland, formerly -
of Starke and the late McLen
:: We've full line of Wheel Horse and fourth vice-president Mrs. D.W. ment of their daughter, Karen Dr.
::-- .' spring. a riding mowers
don and of Mrs. Alice L. Meister of
Elizabeth to. Mark Lewis Meister, ;
Whiffen treasurer Mrs. Olin White
lawn and garden tractors to show you. Here are a few of our ; Mrs.; son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Orlando. He Is a graduate of Gulf

Spring Sizzler deals. But hurry, offer ends June 3, 1979. Choose now while our selection is complete. Douglas corresponding Hardy in the nuclear of
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Mrsj J.F.: Bloodworth.Mrs. Orlando. power program
WHEELHORSE Hebel stated that the Starke The bride-elect is a graduate of Gulf the U. S. Navy.
Woman's Club was one of the loveliest Breeze High School and has attended The wedding will take place on July
lawn: &garden tractors clubs she has visited, and one of Pensacola Junior College for two 21 at 4 p.m. In the Gulf Breeze United :.
which the entire community could be years.' Methodist Church. l

proud. And what a privilege to be one
of 10 million Women's Club members. Marie Green Shower HonoreeThe : t
ThJ Mrs. Sanders was voted the

. .HT : .: outstanding club member of the year. Miss Marie Green whose marriageto refreshment table was covered !:
Mrs Lloyd Jennings presented a Ted Golunka will be an event of with an imported white embroidered r:
gift to Mrs. Sanders from the.club in
June 10 was honored at a bridal linen cloth and centered with a silk I .
: [ officeMrs.appreciation. for her services also while In shower Thursday, May 17, given by flower arrangement In a crystal bowl. i
Sanders presented a Sheller Mrs. Maxie
Robbie
Mrs. Corsages were presented to the
; ni gift to Mrs. Hebel from the members and Warren Winklerat honoree and her
of the Starke Woman's Club. Carter,Jr., Mrs. mother, Mrs. Inmarr
the home of the latter. Green. Miss Green was also given the
The long dining tables were covered Games, conducted by Mrs. Bill sugar bowl to her chosen china from
with pastel colored cloths with ar- and her ,
i : Adams were played prizesawarded hostesses.
.. rangements of spring flowers placed to Mrs. Randy Scoggins Among the 30 attending bet-
a or 11 HPlawnTractors. I to 14 HP Garden Tractors. at guests (
intervals down the of the
\ length Miss Joyce Meng and Mrs Harold ween the hours of 7:30 .
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Terri. Aljet. bride-elect of
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: MovingTo Jackson Prevail, was honored with a .

ROSIER'SNURSERYSAYE : The Old Florida Bank'', Building miscellaneous shower on Tuesday .
night of last by Mrs. Bob Patterson ,;,
and Mrs. Norman Redding at the ),
I' ; home of the latter on Blanding Street. Ii
.. ,' : .. ?ln The Near Future Miss Aljets along with her mother,

301 S. Walnut Starke, Fla. 964-6214. ? l Corner Ol Call $I. 4.Walnut'OFF t Il} z Mrs. Allison Aljets and Mrs. G.F. .
ft Prevatt, the groom-elect's mother
were presented with corsages of

.2D% Special Group Of Watchesa00o200o3040 !; yellow silk roses.
,w.I Miss Christie Redding assisted the .
LAWN MOWER SERVICE hostesses with games and prizes'
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were awarded.A I
% beautiful' arrangement of roses

I Not Tune U Your MoWer for Summer Today. were off the dining room table and I'1;
Why
p Off IMfHafc Ifcvma Our Store! magnolias and green plants were us- ;
.. ed In decorating the family room. Ir.
ypR'I:' idi J' ; '- ... . .. Fresh strawberry dessert was served -
No M i H y B. n M rM. Op II T* 1 H dlie d WI
e Parts In Stock ForMstMowers f : to the guests which included Mrs.
i : r' Watch For Our Grand Opening! W.H. Glass grandmother of the
bride-elect from Jacksonville, Miss ;'
o Tract'Aljets, sister of the k
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Page IB TELEGRAPH May 21.lIi'9' '. '



Local Author Traces Howard Family Tree Y .


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ford' Matthew In
Six of research "'Y. of their and County; Napoleon
years name dark, Crawford, LHoward. tiDd spouses ehtidren. CotamMai with Francis
Cotmty
culminated in the Just pufietahedKeaesJocy Present Union y The maternal family of M.A.B. Marion and Charter;Oelcmaa MttliAg
"The Aacestars sad desccmbate! of M.A.B. How are Howard is Jane Davis, ban 174. the In SmnuanM County. Two of bill
Descendants of Matthew A.B. Mra. JacUo Douglass, a_..-.cs- daughter of Arthur Davis, a Revolutionary dau btta*married Drawdy brothers, hl j MMu
Flaids 1m-I"'" daughter;; her children, Mrs. P rotby: soldier and his wife Mary wttta descendants: living In Alacnua
by Mrs.norma& Woodward(George Andrews. WBHam 11 Woodward.and (Vkk). The children and grandchildren : and Union munli T. There are many
B.) of Worttdagtoa Spring*. Dr. Georga B. Woodward. Great- of Arthur Davis are shown. docendants of Howard soon living in
The genealogy to built around thesubject. great grandchildren include Frances M.A.B. Howard .
married
was twice, Bradford and nearby counttea.:
Matthew A.B. Howard, who Batson, Kathryn Perntnl. Joan Woodward first to Sarah Crawford, daughter of -
was born la UM to Melrtosb County, and Walter Woodward. Rev. Reuben Crawford; and secondly The last part of the book shows the
Georgia and who died about 19G3 to There are live main divisions of the to Rachel Clark daughter of Charles Immediate family of each spouse of
Columbia County, Florida. book: the paternal family; the mater- dark.Reuben Crawford a prominent the children ef the brothers Henry
Although this is the fort book for nal family; the in-law families; the Baptist preacher', born 1801 was one and Simon ton of Simon and Chloe
Mrs.Woodward she is raring to write 1.000 descendants of Matthew AJJ. of the seven known sons James and Howard. These families. are Bennett
another. Her interest in genealogy Howard; and the allied fam ie8. Mary (Polly) Crawford el Emngham Boatright Burgess, Cbanccy Hlers.\
It. prompted research of her' husbands The paternal family starts with the County.Ga.There Lyona-Lyena O'Berry, Prescott

If' great grandfather. MJtB. Howard. grandparents of ".A.B. Howard, is a large section on this Spence, Strickland.. Sweat Thomas
,,,, ,,' Her research: took her to many Simon and doe Howard,who are first Crawford family covering the seven Townsend Waldron and Wlnn. r
libraries and courthouses in
county found in
Efflngham County Ga., ,
:, NYetrt" both south Georgia and North Florida prior to 1790. The father of M.A.B. sons children.their children and grand A copy: of book has been placed In

in addition to the hundreds of letters Howard. Henry Howard, was born In The fourth section of the book Is a the Bradford County Library and further

written.airs. McIntosh County.Ga.in 1793 and died information regarding the book ..... .. .
complete genealogy of descendants of 1 --- -- -- -- -
Woodward said moving to the In AppUng County Ga.in 1854. Henry and Its content: may be obtained by
".A.B. Howard''Wbo had nine of Woe-
\; Mrs. Norma S. Woodward
area in 1975 gave her access to Howard had a brother Simon Howard contacting Mrs. Woodward at
children by his first wife and six by completed and
records and descendants of MAB. who was born In Mcintosh County 490-31M. thlngton Springs Just
his second.. All the descendants who "The
genealogy.
Howard. published a
( Ga.,1790.94 and went to Ware
County could be located are shown and are in Ancestors and Descendants of Matthew
The hard cover book of 224 pages in- Ga.by 1530 and died there before ie io. excess of 1000.His own.Sargent Jehu, A.B. Howard. Georgia-Florida.
eludes WOO name index of all males The known children of the brothers
a settled in Baker County; Simon Peter s es e i$ 1793-178."
w.. --........ and of those females with the maiden Henry and Simon are included with in Nassau County; Henry A. in Brad.CKP'S

RrnoU Slade

Brenda SUo is recipiesit ft the
Order *T tW Re e l. ceremoejes by
members lit Beta Sigma Phi sererHy.


Brenda Slade HonoredAt


Ceremony May 7

XI Iota Delta Chapter of Beta sigma
Phi held an Order of the Rose a name you can
Ceremony for Mr Brenda Slade on '
May 7 at the home of Mrs. Dimple : : ,. '- :"'" -:-: : :: : "_:-':" : '"-,, .. .':,".. : ,:: :, .":'-, .. .. .,!

Overstreet. 'lJlJ.Zl1CIIJ"Jf-S.
1
The Order of the Rose is presented r"m '

to a member of the sorority who has I -r
completed IS years of service.Brenda r :l i I COPPERTONE

joined the Starke Chapter in April I TYLENOL 1 LOTION or OIL f Y r
I9M and has completed 15 years of 'h' r
continuous service. 1 I 4-or.obbottles. _
Brenda has served her Chapter in I 1 LIMIT 1 AIM FAMILYTOOTHPASTE I PLASTIC 20-GAL. or 24-QT.
many capacities. She has served as TRASH BAGS
president several times vice presI- TYLENOL I
I atfasals 1 Box ol 20. 20- a
dent several times recording TABLETS 139 with fluoride.
G9/aam t gallon or box of
and corresponding 6.-.ounce 'ube.
secretary 7
JL1 Bottle of 100.Dependable 40. 24-quart.
secretary: Brenda has been program / 9 painrelief. 1 sge LIMIT 1 REQ. S1.79
chairman. social chairman. service / LIMIT 1 II LIMIT 1
chairman, sunshine,secret sister and 1
historian. She has been elected as / 1W.
Valentine Queen and served aa our coupondood.... i
first Valentine Queen of the Gamma M.y ae.1t7.
and elected -------- ._
Theta Chapter in 1965 was --------
again in 1970.She was elected the Girl rly :, 'tlII//. "'-H'fH'" ADORN
of the Year in 1964.
This award was given to Brenda for I HAIR SPRAY COMBI LOUNGER Tf 7LE TOP
her faithful service to her Chapter GILLETTE RIGHT GUARD 9-ounc.oeoa. Heavy duty vinyl cover on cadmium plated PITCHER :
and with our sincere appreciation for I DEODORANT 1 2 type. steel 'Irame. Adjust to 7 potition. Store train or serve.
Plastic. In escorted
LIMIT 1HEAD
REO 81288MEr
her 15 years of service to her sorority. : 10-ounce Bronze 1 colors. REG. 115999C
Brenda is the daughter of Mrs. aerosol spray.
Mary E. Lott and the late Mr. P.M. 50- oft label. 1I 1 9 D
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LIMIT 1 _
Lett. Sr.. of Hampton. She resides at Ir' 988.
Hampton Lake with her husband. I
C.W. Slade.Kathryne. '
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Epperson -- = 1
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DRIP DHV ale I'
Installed President of I & SHOULDERS .HANGERS'* s
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BURTAMi ------- decorator color
-....... composition sole
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am-8m"'l2", Assorted sizes. REG. ,
I >'. Kjthr!>ncK:|>|><>II of Like ': ".-- REG. S8.99JOGGING !! POfB /9' .
9 Butler ua inMallrrl/ reuleiit ..f (p / :: 68C
Bradford-I"mun. I 1',1 "f 'I..rida. 1 / 699 !

1 Retired Tt'a.'ht.n..I iali' n whuh I J2Rf r'iLc9NTA
met" ThurxLiv.: > 17 at the Brad- f ca 169& I I
ford Counit S.'ho.'I'U..ard lUiomOfficer. : II"!
.W Hit Itfu-xu! term were I f VISUAL SCENESUNGLASSES
,Installed h> :Mrs Georgia Watson of & ATHLETIC f..
i-ike Bulky. :Mrs Watson used a CONTAC i Rimless, gradient.
beautiful' Hose Garden theme for in- COLD CAPSULESRelieve SHORTSCool lenses In men and '
fctallatmn New officers are: vice- .. *cold'l comfortable In ladies styles. .'
president :Mrs Muriel' Norman. 0 symptoms. Pack of aaaorted colors and sizes f 1.

Starke. treasurer. Miss: Mary' E. I 1 10, LIMIT I VIDAL SASSOON REG. 12.99 .
Faulkner. Lake Butler: secretary %
Mrs Jeannette Brown of Lake Butler. I / FINISHING RINSE 199REGULAR [1
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Coupon Thru ECKERD 1 REGULAR
After a covered dish luncheon president SM try n spa 8-ounc* OFF
::- Leona Royal I conducted the + -,.--___- Hair careLIMIT PRICE
= business meetingSpecial r- l'7lf'1lfIflr!( -r 1
::: guests v.ere introduced and
:: presented the program: Mrs Joan / w HOLIDAYFOGGER
= Hunter assistant district five direc 1 139
:: tor. Mrs Carols Gehhardi and :Mrs. / FRISBEEAmerica
Set release valve kills
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:Muriel 1 l I.rc TtM.USt"d as thu' r ub- I favorite game of exposed 'Insects 2
: jest for the program a special project eaten. Assorted colors. hours 6-oz. aerosol.
:: on aging citienThe : No. 1322 REG. $1.1979C REQ $289
:: !social committee announced IRISH SPRING e
: plans for an outing to St. Simons BATH SOAP 1 ) = 199
:: Inland in June Members Mill bciiillrd G ik
E about the details for the trip. 2 C baaar.":boa I ROSE MILK

=: in members and three guests attended I.BARS ",.. SKIN CARE CREAM8ounce L !,
the meeting 7" I bottle.Moisturizing .
I LIMIT 2 I
cream. 5-POUNO
!V x 50-FOOT
LIMIT 1
E: Mrs. Robert Hall Coupon. _'..... I / GARDEN HOSENylontire I BIRD SEED
.; s.. May a. lNS ,.; Premium quality seed
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cord reinforced
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_--------- including millet WELD
; Installed Pres.Of : "iI""' 0414',,, 69 won Bras t burst fittings.under pressure. sorghum, and sunflower BIRD .{
r:1 1 < PEG 89'i ,.
PEG $10 99McGRAW

g Junior Woman's ClubThe ; GOOD NEWS I cR"IACI 8 8$ LIMIT 1

58e
= Junior Woman's Club held their RAZORS Milk.d. o.I .
? awards and installation banquet May I Peck of 3.dllpoeable -G '.'
E 12 at (he Starke Golf and County Club. LIMIT 1 PACK I .
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=:.: Mrs. Robert Hall presented awardsfor a I
r.
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: Rookie of the Year went to Mrs. GNews-- TAMP AX EDISON GRASWIP 1-GALLON
:- !Michael Karr: president's choice 44 ELECTRIC TRIMMEREasy
:; went to !Mrs. Butch Trotter; club -. TAMPONS to Handle,trim around GAS CANMetal ii .
::: oman of the year went to Mrs.Glenn I I Regular,Super or Super planters. trees A shrubs construction
:: Polk: and Good Egg"award went la I Plus Box of 10 use* mono line. with .flexible spout .. GAl
REG $2 49
:; !Mr. Glen Polk. LIMIT 1 p e. REG. $14 99 I INE
=: Betty Young sponsor from the I I 1' __

1 senior club. was given a gift for all the co-y". .. : 1.288PERMA 188 ....
:;: work she has done. for the club during I as Mer 20. .7. 44cJ .
:: the year. N ------- -
: Mrs. Holly Wadswqrth. Junior r-lP'fmlJlIf is -1 "
;: district director from Jacksonville installed -
:: the following new officers: I / _!21 I ZEBCO202 .
:: Mrs. Robert Hall president: Mrs. BOND REEL& ROD /
: Robert Autry.! first vice-president: ROLAIDS -' ADHESIVE ASS cover,spring
: Mrs. Larry Crawford second vice- ANTACID )p1d' 1.t: I WET ONESTOWELETTES Permanently bond most toadetf... ...aICM
; pruid.nlIrs.! Glenn Polk. I Roll of 12. materials to second !rig. ewlq.M89,.
;:: secretary and Mrs. Irving Clark. I 1 LIMIT 3 I REO. $159 "

: treasurer. 1 3/ / Pop-up wasn-ups 4'

". 1 RO nit: I Box o'70. 88 j ,.-....MAGIC MONO_.9.7e

i14 t 610 aO-lb.lest REG.$1.8'
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5 Dl-PLICATE BRIDGE 1 79 i!
5 CUR RKSVLTS: II I AMERICANFLAG ;

3 Eva Ma I hew son and Lora Francis it k I T' / PLASTIC
5 were the winning couple at Duplicate .... .."O-18 isle w'' I with..foci metal' TRASH CAN -
5 Bridge Tuesday night Tieing for second ,4 -------- mounting pole.REO. =::. Heavy duty plastic
:3 were Marie Dent and Dolly SS 98 with metal, lock lid.
3 Kunig and Dr.and Mrs.James Mmes2 e-gsJlon. REG.S2.49 '
lng'r.s -t L. Need regular prescription 488 -s"; I
The club plays every Tuesday night 166
:3 at 7:30 p.m. in the Pratt Streets refills? ?
Recreation Halt
3 The public is invited to attend. Come to Eckerd Drugs Compare our prescription price with what
., you are paying now. Ye*.bring your prescription lo Eckerd a
i: name yOU can: trust (for qualIty and low. low prices.





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Donne Green Robert Srok/ey/ J(. Wed May JunlorMYF ," t

detmy Mrs. Marty Bales Green of Mao Other refreshment tables were ta the Has Pool Party + ', M 1 + E, '"/ I Itd t'''Y'"'
announces the marriage of"Her garden and on the patio. '
StoUey Mushier Donna, to Robert G. The bride and groom'eut' : the wedding Saturday Afternoon 4 q ) .
the dote WW Wright perform cake before leaving on short k "
+ :
ring ceremony on trip to Disney W rJd. Members of the Junior Methodist w + Qkh'l.
May s at the historic Grace: United ; t
Methodist Youth Fellowship had a pool party ( .
Church In Lawtey. and Try Saturday afternoon .
hamburger l ," ----
Robert Is the son ot Mr*. Edna Lucille Grace Smith at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. 1 1r1 ;
.. Stoklev and Robert C. Stokley, Sr.,of W. Ritch on Mimosa Drive. T r : '

.- Philadelphia, Pa. Gregory HulseyToWedMay26 The 10 young people with Mrs. yMI
Donna is the daughter of Mrs. swim-
Jackie Johns,sponsor,enjoyed$
: Green _
and
Arthur L. Green Albany, miDI hamburger fry andrefreshments
;4: Ga. The grandparents are Mrs. between the hours 3 and
--Joseph F. Dorko of Lawtey and Mr.
-=and Lucille Grace Smith daughter of 7 p.m.
If'!::; Mrs. W.H. Green of Lawtey. /
=::A reception was held at the Dorkohome Mr. and Mrs Calvin C. Padgett of Miss Michelle GuIlTon
":= ':: on Rd. 223, Lawtey.with mixed Maxvllle, will be united in marriage ,
E.pring bouquets a vantage Saturday May 28, at 6 p.m. to Bobby Thad Smith
lnta throughout theat *. The Gregory gene Hulsey son of Mr. and
:.bride's table was covered with an imported Mrs. J.W. Hulsey Of Starke at the To Wed May 26
home of the groom's parents.A .
: white linen cloth and centered
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.. reception will also follow at the
wJth roses held In an antique silver The wedding of Miss Michelle OoeGullion
: BOWL. The centerpiece was flanked by Hulsey home. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I t

: ':, sliver candelabra whir white tapers. to AU attend.friends and relatives are Invited C.E. Gullion to Bobby William Thad Smith,..'. n.haPlafsy.l.> .... .- li\Itt.\ .ANew ......, ,............ !(.!' .. ,,, .-
son of Mr. and Mn. T.Smith '
'L{ BRADFORD SQUARE FLORIST REDDISH REUNION will be solemnized Saturday, May.28, l officers of the local chapter of Beta Sigma Phi secretary| Dimples Oventreet,vice-president and Linda
# at 8 p.m. at Evergreen Baptist v.' Cherie Cox Bowes prealdent. Not shown I Is Vonda Stephen, extension I
:.7 .- DE&&NSBYPROFESSIONALS sorority are ((1-r) Diane fledge, treasurer
Church In officer.
5.- The Reddish reunion will be held Lawtey. "J& Marie Wynn recording
:.:. Sunday,May 27,at the Primitive Baptist All relatives and friends of the couple : ,corresponding secretary!

... Church, 229 Morgan Road. and their families are cordially Invited Linda Bowen InstalledXI
: 964-7954 Basket lunch will be served at 1:30: to attend the wedding and reception ,

. ...'N: p.m. at Evergreen. ).:, Iota Delta PresidentLinda
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Bowen was Installed presIdent -
of XI Iota Delta Chapter of Beta
; YOU'LL THINK YOU'RE SEEING DOUBLE! t Sigma Phi at the meeting May 7 at the
$ I I ,? home of Dimple Overstreet.
/ t nI' TWICE THE PRINTS TWICE THE FILM Installed to serve with Mrs. Bowen
y I an aura*at ot prmM win, wary WIMO you pock up your d.vablMdhimand were vice-president. Dimple
I roll ot color or black and whit print. prmit' buy two ran of Kod Motor of black and
lilrn oavaupad and prmlad.TODAY white prim henor the rogulHr" price of one ": Overstreet; recording secretary
AND EVERYDAY TODAY AND CVERVDAVOM J Marie Wynn; corresponding
1 ClUS CCKCRD'S-NO HASSLE QUALITY GUARANTEE secretary: Cherle Cox; extension officer -
Buy only ma "n., .you want. Mo naaua avan n ttta goof*..m tha, pictura takin5 ,Y, Vonda Stephens, and treasurer,
Diane Hodge.
The new officers presided at the
GALAXY ,imam Q ..1 May 15 meeting at the home of Harriet

9 INCH FAN Bryan.
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I Personal fan.whisper quiet
i motor, balanced blades. | PRINGLES ', '.
Helen Crosby
Grill remove for cleaning. POTATO CHIPS' Mrs. ,:j:
LAWN 4 MODEL 2156 REO. $12.99 1

FURNITURE DIET or REGULAR ?G Twin 9-ounce.peck r 1 ., Honored at Dinner'Party

Colorful frame.webbing Chaise on lightweight has multipositionback. aluminum PEPSI I COLA I O REQ. 99- LIMIT 1 s 1 ( I \1 I May 14
!
Both fold for storage. 12-ouncecans. .... .
CHAIR CHAISE 09 Pack of 6. Helen Crosby was the honored
REG.$999 REQ. $1799 1 LIMIT 1 I guest at a steak supper given in her
1 1 '. honor at the Western Steer SteakHouse
Monday eveing. May 14,.given
f Coupon Good Yhru I by the employees of the Florida Bankat
ti
Sato M$ E0. 1575
I CLAIROL .,, errwrrrrr Starke. .
'r. of Service, Mrs.
s After 24
years
.... -
"ONE FORTHEROADBLOW
----- rI .r Crosby has left the bank to accept a
DRYER position with the School Board. -'.
I PEDESTAL Compact.1200 web dual 1 Among the 37 guests attending the
9-INCH WHITE HIBACHI voltage salting Three wattage 1 GILLETTE SUPER Ilev.le dinner was Mrs. Crosby's husband
Cast Iron construction,multi- fold-up handleMODEL 1 CRICKET LIGHTER Jimmy Crosby:: bank employees andtheir
PAPER PLATESFluted .
MO-1 REQ. $19 99
S position, grid adJualable128S.y I Hundredsofdependabl. ( husbands and wives or dates'
type Pack lights, adjustable flame. Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Peek, Jr. and Mr.;
,
1
of 100. White only
8 REQ. and Mrs. Harold Glasgow.
Disposable $1.49
REQ. 99 LIMIT 1 i j
I 68 LIMIT 1 Mrs. Crosby was presented with an
; orchid corsage and a gift of silver as a

69 u} ...77 '"" ,. momento of the occasion.

.I;.:: Michelle Gullion ,

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18-INCH l Good, fMU I 1srrrrrrwr : Shower Honoree
'- en.CoupoA May 9e 1975
CAMPFIRE B-B-Q GRILL ;r.

MARSHMALLOWS Baked enamel fire bowl TrIpod rmn:! .w.J-, Miss Michelle Gullion, whose mar-
10-ounce beg for toasting rust resistant grid ,;
event
add to salads & \ legs. REQ. $S.99 riage to Bobby Smith will be an
desserts, or for snackREQ 1 I otSaturday.May 26.was honored at a
. Ingo 43- LIMIT 3 4 T.A tUS eLASSORTED COLORS ,I<.r..i.. ..'......, yfr. bridal shower Tuesday night;May 10., ..
" 00* ,399. LC 'll.ftTt 1 RITIUM. B1C PENS j.! 'I "IIIJ! .11;' at the home of with Mrs.Mrs.John Kinney Kinney were, Sr.Hostesses .

SS4-11 brown or black I Medium points, blue, f p ,
FO plastic with Integrated slraptREQ. black or red Ink. r" Mrs. Don Tilley, Mrs. J.M. Nprman.
J $19.99GRAN 1 REQ 2SEACHNo 't [ I Mrs. Jerald Baldwin, Mrs. Mark
Moody, Mrs Jimmy Thornton. Mrs.
,) CHARCOALBRIQUETTES \ I James Davis, Sr., Mrs. Owen

; YLASIC KOSHER JT&\ 1688 / 00 \ \M\ Alvarez, 'Jr., Mrs. Vernie Thorntonand
6f1 Mrs. Bishop Myrick.
t \
:
I DILL PICKLES Quick starting even p y 1 tll 1\ I A blue, yellow and peach color
Crisp and crunchy. burning briquettes.10lb I motif was carried out in the decorations.
32-ounce jar bag. REQ. 1.39 I I The refreshment table was
REQ 89* LIMIT 1 CouponOoodTMU
I.],. eat Moy 2.. 117' rrrrrrrrw covered with a blue linen cloth and
' co i centered with a blue, yellow and
; 99 arrangement
flower
peach spring
rmmnltf'W1: 1 '. The hostesses presented the

honoree with a white rose coma e.
PRIX AM/FM j : Approximately 30 guests called between
ECKERD 9-VOL
RADIO the hours of 7 and 9 p.m.
I I ;
12GALLONPICNIC Pocket size with telescoping BATTERY .
FRENCH'S JUGMolded antenna Rotary tuning and For lranllatora and I ,
< volume control Solid arrna calculators.state. I
MUSTARD of heavy duty MODEL PFM88 REG. 69'I II FLORIDATHEATRE
Cream salad style polyethylene. Assorted I .
24-ounce size \ colors REQ. $1.99

REQ 69 LIMIT 1 : 799::39.I Trl.w

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DELTA COOLER .1 1 I ram.mL' !aI 'a-\ nt. I 1' 1
PAPER NAPKINSAssorted 1
Plastic cradle keeps vacuum TRAVATOURCLOCK I
colors bottle and food separated I KODAKCOLaR 1 \ ,
pack ot 120: from Ice 4 drink.
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REQ. 49 LIMIT 2 REQ. $9.99 .le Compacttravelalarnt/ PRINT FILM I
simulated leather ease I Choose 110 or 126 film I 1
Key wind. REQ $6 99 I with 12 exposures ,
37 788 REQ. $1.78 LIMIT' 2


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Clear plastic, keeps rl with rod handle KODAK EK2 ," ;pr---, : : r r w .
foods fresh. REG, 89 HANDLECAMERA J
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REQ. SO LIMIT 3 i Juat aim, and shoot Automatic ram.MiU'lf t !: ( .t ULI w......,
67C exposure control. \
.::: ', 3'1 Uses PR10 film
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FOR f JDOLPHIN 'j r N 0PAINED: SYLVANIA r +

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: I 1999gtt EXTRA I Blue dot quality 1
., 32-QUART |,, 3 cubes. 12 flashes.S I
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DIVING MASK of -
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: : ., High, quality rubber, t polyethylene Aemovabl.ffiif'. I : '
tempered glass lensAdiustabln I I 1
head strap. = I
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: l : GoodtWi. 1 1 1 c iWFdLttlRdt7, :/ .PIIMOtt' .
; 399 May zb 1979wrww I I'
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OPEN WEEKDAYS 9 A.M.til 9 P.M. f' 1; "
SUNDAYS 10 A.M. ill 7 P.M. : .:!, i !
RICHMOND ICE SHOP EARLY SOME SALE.ITEMS LIMITED! 301 DRIVEIN.Fri .

:.- VINYL f CREAM FREEZER' I
= VISA' Thru Mon. 1;
AIR MATTRESSInflatable
Fine quality wood tub top
: with quality frame can top and l 4 Bla'
built- In pillow. dasher UL; Hated Days I
::: Assorted colors. REG. $24 99 i
: REQ. $1.88 MERC! AN ECKEAOOPrl'cAILCINTCM IN THE STOKES WITH THIS" SYMBOL "The Exorcist" '
" t cry ECKERO COFFEE SHOPS A". LOCATED IN STORES. WITH THIS SYMBOL .. ,,. :it\f;- .., ", .'.
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... she ant The -Iad 'rooter'tteteya .
mail price is a>
act 0017. etrmirsus tl>r pea aye A dteplay: Donna Futch'and Charles/ Jones
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pftekj>ces aDd to "f-
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counter or racks
bettor to staid root burn. eIlDAjw \ traffic lids Wed .
otnccm v All fervbarr4 Uvru ttonml launched Spike of AVWMM April 27 At Grace Baptist Church
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Jofe*'f twrpIBt Spikes u-leyhloD Doona Evelyn Futch: of Gainesville The bride.given in marriage by her
er.ur too P"ftftt oqa.ruc; potnt-of-pttrcnae d>> daughter of Mr. and )(no Beaten father wore a candlelight tncot knit'
Futch Starke and Charles Woodrow gown with empire waistline eight
Jones son of Mr. and Mrs. Louie G. inch: ruffle candlelight lace sleeves
Jones of Gainesville were united in with two inch: cuffs. with pearl buttons.
Announcing. marrige Fnday.April 37.h'Starke. accented with candlelight around
the Grace Baptist the neck cuffs and ruffle Her head
with Rev. Thomas Sumner of of baby pearls secured her floor
100th Anniversary Edition JonesvlDe Baptist Church.Jonesville! length veil of designed lace with wide
Fla, performing the nuptials. ruffle. She earned a silk flower
The attar was highlighted in the cascade of yellow, white and pink
center by a gold 15 branch arch daisies and pink yellow and blue
BRADFORD candelabra with burning tapers and miniature roses accented: with Uy-of-
Co spring Dowers. Flanking the arch the-valley
E were two white colonial: urns containing A reception was held in the church:
1 %
v ; t white gladiolus pink rotes blue fellowship halt Mrs. Chen Tilghman
SINCE 1879 -- ) iris yellow daisies and baby's breath. kept the bride's book. The wedding
s i The chancel also held two gold heart party stood in the receiving line.
candelabras with burning tapers The bnde's table and punch table
Jade and fern trees were placed were covered with navy blue and
throughout the church and the windows white gingham check cloths with floor
held burning tapers. pews length ruffles. The bride's table was
held arrangements aflowersThe of the centered with a three tiered wedding
bride's chosen cotors. cake flanked by two angle shaped
Mrs. Joan Canova of Kingsley candelabras encircled with daisies
J'J Lake pianist and Mrs. Jonnie and roses with blue tapers. The
) Brosky. soloist. Gainesville tables were draped with garlands of
presented a program of nuptialuric ) tily-of-the-valley and flanked by two

___.. large wicker baskets of white gladioli .
**. b.: e I!. : |Louie Jones attended his son as bestnan. pink roses blue iris yellow daisies -
1'lIn. ...0" .,..; Ui..-avere Steve Futch and'. Md pink atnaticos..Mrs-lVbWCo-
,
.
) Yr' ,I GraD Batey. Jimmy Weeks iris nng- ty and Miss Stephani Pnntt cut: the
bearer. cake.
J Miss Deborah Gray of Starke was The two crystal punch bomb ,,'ere'encircled
maid of honor and Mrs. Pam Jones ofBkmntrtown with silk flower arrangements -
) was bridesmaid. They daisies and roses Miss
wore Navy blue gingham check Carol Jones and Mrs. Sandra Jones of (

J ,.;' -f'" '\ .- gowns with empire waistline accented Gainesville presided at the punch I
:
with Navy blue velvet sash. bowls. ;
Can; you visualize 100 from today in Bradford .r Navy blue lace encircled the neck Assisting in serving were Mrs. Inez 1
years
ago sleeves and ruffle. The bridesmaidwore Faulk. Mrs. Jame Ratliff and Mrs. \
( ..untt'! Picture if you will downtown Starke as the hub I cry a white velvet sash. They carried Anita GriffIS.

.dihe- county complete with wood frame buildings that + '- silk flower nosegays of blue pink. Following a week's Caribbean I
and white daisies. The honor attar cruise, the couple is residing in ,
hwUM-d
a general stores, livery stables blacksmith shops, t 'Z 1: dant's nosegay had pink streamers Gainesville.The .
.
and wct ev en saloons.There were hitching posts used by rtw and the attendants nosegay bad bride .is employed! by Regional I

ru lom rs to tie their horses while they shopped, and a 4. IF yellow streamers. Utilities in Gainesville.Mr. I
11
train track for the old wood-burning locomotives that V Amy Beth GruTis served as flower .Jones is a two year graduate of "
pro- girl in a gown similar to the attendants Santa Fe Community College and is f
fr wiled the only con Deetion'with the outside world in those s and carried a white basket with employed by Shannon Wrecker Ser ;

dj.?.. Yes that was Starke in 1879-and we were there. s. r Navy blue bows and streamers filled vice in Gainesville.
') f -t with red
petals.
rose
The Bradford County Telegraph was on the scene recording 44

new S events as they occurred,for the readers of our V. Eastern y.K-- ;
area Star
I
as Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Jr. and
SupperMay26 daughter Anne visited Mr. and Mrs.'
Bobby Welch in Savannah. Ga. over
Starke Chapter No.224.Order of the the weekend and attended a play in
Eastern Star will have a covered dish which their granddaughter Angela.
Saturday. May 26 at 7 tn If), took part at the Savannah Christian -

That Is Exactly What The Telegraph Is Doing Today 100 Years Later- supper the AU Masonic Masons HalL and their families p.m.are Preparatory School.:

Mrs. A. J. Barry was in Atlanta
Covering The News Events Of The County As They Occur. invited to attend. over tional the Needlework weekend attending Association the Na-

meeting and a buying trip.
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green and
We Are Going To Celebrate Mrs. J. H. Fields visited Charles
Our Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Lamer are Fields Sunday in St. Vincent's
proud to announce the arrival of their Hospital who had underwent surgery
daughter. Jessica Denise born May last week. .
100th Anniversary With A Special 17 in Lake Shore Hospital in Lake c- .,
1). Mrs. II H Adams Mrs. A. J Eaves
Maternal grandparents are-Mr.and and Mrs IL M Richarde aliened the
ds Edition To Be Published Mrs. Norman Scott of Chattohoocee. Gainesville district workshop of
| ) Anniversary .' Paternal grandparent .is Percy United Methodist Women at Wesley ,
Lamer of Soeads. Methodist Church In Gainesville on '

j1i! July 26 1979 Saturday

Mr and UTS.Frank L Patterson of Col. and Mrs. V. J. Spengler and,.
Starke announce the birth of a son. daughters. Debbie and Mrs. J. C.
Trent Lyle. born May 20 tn LakeShore Dukes attended the funeral of his
o This Will Be A Collectors Item, With A Recap;, t Hc5pi 1. Lake City.Mat.emalgrandparents father Robert Leonard Spengler Fri- .
.
Of 100 Years Of History. tfYou'll ; '. Mrs. Harold D. Smith are of Mr.Starke.and day in St. Augustine. y :

Great grandparents are Hogan Smith Mr.and Mrs.healy McConnell Jr.. :
'S of Starke and Mrs. Eolme Smith of Mr. and Mrs. George Domimanni and
S Find Over 50 Pages Of Photos and News Sanford. Mr and Mrs. George W. Brown at- *.'
Paternal grandparents are Mr.and tended the Elks convention at Orlando ,
Articles The Events Mrs. James L. Patterson of Athens. Hyatt House in Kissimmee Thursday
Covering
as They Happened. rf Texas.Great grandfather Is Carl Norman to Sunday.
of Fort Worth Texas.2iJL0.xrs.r. .
.. Little friends of Brad Hamilton rt,:.Y:
"';-I'o will regret to hear he broke his arm
We Want You To Be Part Of This Issue. Monday while playing at Soulhside-

. Elementary School. .

j or Mr and Mrs.Jerry Moran returned Friends will regret to ,hear of the '.
,
from Tallahassee Tuesday where death Saturday of Mrs Hugh; Boggs.
Call 984-6305 For Additional they visited their son. Steven a Un the former Marion Stump. Mrs.
.it dent at FSU. Steve is a student at Boggs of Garden City Long Island ..
rSU. Steve is a string bass major ,was a frequent visitor here and a -
with the School Symphony and participated cousin of the Stump sister.
Monday evening in an all.Copeland -
: Information Concerning Aaron program which wasconducted Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton I
by the octogenarian composer returned Sunday from 10 days visit
himself, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. .
.
Worth Jackson in
Winder. Ca. and
In This Edition. a Mr. and Mrs. Stan Reddish spent relatives in Atlanta. .v
Advertising : the past weekend with their parents.Mr. .
and Mrs. Vincent Lewis and Mr. Mr. and Mrs II. L Hutson visited\
Reddish. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sumner and
and Mrs. Drew
daughters. in Lake City on Sunday



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01 S* XI VMeMICK.2MJAM.ONSKI .. M 833 CHESCCMT DM ....-0. W.B. McKinney... To Perform Saturday In 27th Folk Festival I:

LOtS .9 11 ON PINa O* CRYSTAL LAKE! .e.I'IIS! -
.39.7a t.OI .!.?. ..... ...... Starke'i well-known violinist W.B. Among the folk acts scheduled will be (hoppln-fohe) ; fried fish and weekend (up to six per tile in family
--- .------. McKinney will perform in the morning whip crackers, musicians playingrare husbpupples collard : and unit, plus daily admission.
; greens
Ol as XX .a6. 006110AT16W0uRY program Saturday, May 26, in Ma Instruments seldom heard in festival including .
ROBERT 0 SMX USS PWLtOM At- I P P a cracklln cornbread; homemade ice Admission to the .liT
LOTS TO C 7* ON PINe ON CftVSTM. LACe WOM8ITIS! ninth straight appearance at the concert such as the psaltery, which cream; Indian fry bread chicken: and grounds and buildings, (boat ride /dj
... ....1. .... ..... ..... ....3. Florida Folk Festival at the Stephen dates back to Biblical days; the ham- dumplings; chicken pilau; harn and Sra) is $3 dally for adulta and $1 irr: o! M
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Foster Center at mered dulcimer; mouth bow; biscuits under 15 of age ,
fried chicken children years ,,
sausage
01 63 Z* .3.. .....0. Festival ; ;
CM. I NO KAfMeINC C 4. DON ANTONIO fcAV The 27th annual Folk will Bavarian zither; a shoe shine rag artist barbecue pork, beef and chicken< LOTS 44 C 46 ON CYPRESS AYE IN CRYSTAL LAKE OMCSIVCS showcase some of the finest talent who pops out a tune with his rag ; pie and sassafras tea. .roM
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89 tt 93T9 .79 0656-04 7:30: p.m. tomorrow (Friday May as a musical sawyer who can play a beginning Friday evening. May 25,on and operated by the State of Florida

KELSEY JOB M A NVftNA 0 AT 3 BOX 13 25)) in the 250-acre Stephen Foster tune on a handsaw using a bow: clog a first-come first-served basis at the as an arts, crafts, and performingcenter
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Suwannee River. and blue artists.
LINE TO sec singers, grass reservations accepted. Fee for tramp- White Springs, just 3 miles east of nom
f.<5 0.26 a..1 ..... .7.4S Three programs are on both Saturday Traditional craftsmen of Florida, lag la $12 for two. people for the I-7S, via SR-136. ,;,
of --oeea=oe- May 26, and Sunday. May 27, at practicing folk crafts and skills which ., rlaI
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10 a.m.,1:30: p.m. and 7:30 and form integral of
MCCDAV PNILLIS L P 0 BOX 213 p.m. an part Florida's .1t9
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total of nineall different programs will be a blacksmith a water wit-
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SUMMER ROONFT L C EARL 8O24 RCNAVtT CAlve available. oak and pine needle basket makers
I LOT Ne/420FT. c S N ev fr eecroRO 9 'fty I20PT BO C C W ONO ON B, C LINE OP SCt4of "There's no room for" a generationgap corn shuck chair bottomers; quilters;; After Completing-: ': Guard OCS :; '!

.214.88 **.49 all.O' ST.40 239.40 at the festival, Miss Thelma spinners; weavers; instrument ','":
STARKE-Graduation ceremonies with a 93.7 overall and on
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13 09 22 S488-A-OI20O 047010LONGLCV "because young and older people makers and Seminole Indians for Class 18, Florida National Guard: Frederick J. Rathweg was awarded "I
SELOEN t AMN 2417 NW HTM HAY Military Academy were held Su nday the Physical Fitness Award.
LOT 12 CF SMCKCRISC S/O alike enjoy the lively music, the old demonstrating bead, patchwork and ,
137.93 4.13 _$7.0S $9.99 4194.49 stories, and the frolicsome dances of cypress canoe carving. May 20, at the Randall F. Chitlty Armory CPT Jimmy Watson,commander of
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73 Regional foods will be offered to the
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Thirty-three officer candidateswere Eustis, a graduate and former Tacl)1
BRYAN EOVARD C C ft.lt RT 2 BOX 112 Some of the more unusual numbersor thousands of spectators from recipes
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awarded MG Kennedy tical Officer at the school delivered oI
LOT 18 OF SMOKERI9C S/D.42.la groups are presented several times handed down for generations such as diplomas by '
1.26 2.17 SS.9S 51.50 C. Bullard of the commencement addreSs. ):'t>'oJ
adjutant general
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the family oriented festival. the Florida National Guard,and commissioned The OCS Class of 1979 Is made up of
13 89 22 9497 0473-O7 : mullet, blackeyed peas and rice
COOMALO C.FN 1915 ERACKL4NC ST reserve forces 2nd 31 male and two female candidates.
LOTS 4 C S Of eLK C I 1/20TH INT IN TRACT C IN BE Of OR O OAKS lieutenants.The Average age of the class is 28 years. ,""'

OtSC OR 10 -3.I academy, commanded by LTC The average candidate traveled 176;'::' 'fj

114.84 C3.4S_ S5.9I 47.40 4131.40. o seo 4N St. Edwards News wrmaMs'oYa1.o1 Richard S. Pinson,is located at Camp miles one to attend training'f/" >"'
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13 8S 22 99IO-CC30O O479-04 Blanding. The officer candidate program assemblies during the year. .
FLAKES f C 2138 BILLS OR Parish Council requires one year of training The new class of 66 candidates **
COM AT I NT.OF ELY R/W SR 92 1 A C SLY RSI Of CAKE SHORE OR. school were made with Donna
ELY ON SLY k/W IZS'.S 44.4fOR POB.S464 03*2O"B le'.3'.523 Samons in charge of arrangements.Mrs. divided between 12 weekend training reported May 19 for duty. They will
'.0-e 121.4'TO LAKe.SWLY ON LAKE 1051.N33.II/W IOI.7N39 Mrs. Josephine Gumber, president, Brunetti assemblies and one two-week sum- participate in annual training July
outlined
S6 STRIP 20-.ON I NE 10' SIDE.M6.3<3 tO-E 7I.7, .N 5.E A2.7TO POB.EX A 10* presided at the meeting of St. Ed- Summer Arts Program to plans include for all a mer camp. 7.22 at Camp Blanding.

.2.6.C. 7.38 12.47 ll.79 8277.84 ward's Parish council held in the age groups. Officers commissioned Sunday
--------.--------..---------------------.------------------- parish hall Sunday following 11:00: The Nominating Committee must still complete a regular Army SUMMER CETA APPLICATIONS l\\
13 8S 22 5510-00500 0479-04 con-
o'clock Mass.Committee. basic officer in their
training
course BEING
RIGHT HI tOC If E t MARCEEN H sisting of Mrs. Brunetti, Mrs. Gilhooly ACCEPTED
COM AT INT Of 9 LINE Of LAKE SH.OR If A'. Of SR S-2IA.SLV ONE reports were given by and Mrs.Tyrell presented a slate of branch before becoming completely Bradford County Comprehensive
Rw30.21IS5e.eI4..25'POA POE.N56.W 4 C.99. .KELV84... .S39E Mrs. Claire Brunetti, Mrs. Mary officers to the Council educationally qualified. Employment and Training (CETA) --,
1IO' .SJ3E10I.7'TO LAKE.SOL Y ON CAKE 30' .N49*.I29. 'TO POOR serve during
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Stanley Mrs. Pat Allen Distinguished Graduate
12.- I 4 Mrs. Mary ''the coming year. This resulted in the Summer Youth Program is now accepting -
121.12 3.8I 4.99 610.30 4147.78 Gissy, Mrs. Antoinette Stefanelli, election of Mrs. Anne Samons Award, significant of attainment of applications from eligible
------------.---.-------.---------------------"----.-------- Mrs. Beverly Tyrrell, Mrs. Barbara Chairman, Tom Cumber Vice as the highest leadership and academic young people.To .

CRAWFORD 13 8S 22 L S1S J C KILCREO' C RT I 0 >76-04 Anderson, Mrs. Muriel Gilhooly, Miss. Chairman and Dolores Meng as as rating of the class over the On+year be eligible, youths must be between

LOT 2 Of ELK O-MT PLEASANT S/O EX M SO* Donna Samons and Eugene Meng. Secretary. training period was presented l.o: Of- the ages of 14-21 be a Bradford

OR 108-257 Reverend Father Patrick Foley ficer Candidate Lawrence W. Roes by County resident, be unemployed 30

$21139$8.16. (13.98 7.40. 390.90 thanked all for their cooperation dur- MG Bullard. Candidate Ross attainedan days or underemployed, and be'--
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13 8S 22 9931-OOICO 0477-09 ing the nearly three years he servedas academic average of 89.7. economically disadvantaged.

GORDAN HUBERT K 3830 LAURIE 9T pastor of St. Edward's. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Parker hosted Officer Candidate Thaddlum Applications will be taken at the
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282.41* *0.47$1454$5.95$311.37 Father Foley was given a standing swimming party and picnic Sunday Zebrowsky was the Leadership Florida State Employment Service,
-----------..-----.-.---.----------------------------------- ovation for his spiritual accomplishments afternoon for young members of the Award recipient, Thomas C. Morten- 209 West Call Street (Old Cour- I

13 8S 22 SS9I-004CO .98 0480-09 ,also the renovation of religious education classes and their son received the Academic Award thouse), Starke, phone 964-8092.
GRUCNER GEORGE M 4347 S KEMBARK AVE
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OR 4-9 grounds improvement and beautifica- throughout the day.This was followed

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phone 46S.im4Hdub Tyler of Lawtey, died Sunday at the .J/L McGregor; Mrs. Mouse was played Stacey Rhoden, Donald Smith and "
age of 80 years. Knitted from the fifth six weeu 'Tuesday with the production The by Karu Rush; Mrs. Cat was Macey .Randall Smith, .'
The Hampton 4-H grading period newspaper ll m. Tale of Peter Rabbit Rhoden; Birds were Angle Mitchell Mrs. Jolene Friese, Mrs. Inger "
Club
met Tuesday Flower Show Karen,a third grader,worked hard to and Lisa Varoes. '
evening at the home Tuesday evening they gave the performance Campen and Mrs.Clark;designed and
Mrs. Harold Waters. of Mr. and Among those from this weedy let aU A's and B's. for their families and The capable readers who also portrayed furnished the costumes and stage
Members ing the flower show held last friends at the school. The cast of vegetables were Cheryl decorations
present worked on record Raiford State Prison were Mrs. Belle Orientation characters consisted of Lance Thomas, Misty Koehler, Glenn ...
books which were due to be turned In Brown, Mrs. Sue Bra" Mrs. Mn. Ernestine Denmark's sixth Hopkins as Peter Allison Archey Friese Lena Looney, RhoneU Estes Mrs. Lavon DrIvas accompanied
May furnished 17. Donna refreshments Mowry and Kim Smith Evelyn Vaughn William Lam and grade class and Mrs. Carole Steven- played Mrs. Rabbit; ; Kim Rowlandwas and Stephanie Hughes. those wonderful voices with the piano.
that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng.Birthdays son's seventh graders traveled by bus Flopsy; Mopsy was Jill Powers; Other vegetables were played by I
on Thursday to visit the Middle Schoolin Cindy Davis played Cottontail; David Bridges, Michael Campen, The program cover used was :.,; :
Mr. and Mrs.New Baby Starke. They were given a grand Robert Jackson performed as Mr. Lisa,Marie Huntley, Terry Jenkins, designed by Stacey Rhoden. :. \
Arthur Bruno announce Stephanie Cardin celebrated her tour of the building and Informed of
the birth of a baby girl born fourth birthday May 15 with her fami.1p the variety of programs offered there.St. .
April 16 in Alachua General Hospital. and friends. She had a decorated .Augustine Tour
She was named Lisa Nicole,weighing clown cake and many presents. Mrs. Mindy McLean and Miss Memorial Service Set Sunday, 7:30 At Calvary BaptistA and :
911)5.8 oz. measuring Mi inches. Happy Birthday to Sandra Friese Claudette Peterson accompaniedtheir
She has a seven year old sister, Jen- who turned 8 on May 23. fourth and fifth graders on Fri memorial service is set Sunday, Country in Song and Praise" under under the direction: of 8M!t. Ezeli. ;
ny.Maternal day to St. Augustine where they May 27, at 7:30 p.m. at Calvary Bap the direction of Jim and Eddie
great-grandparents are Hampton III-Lltea toured the Castillo Del San Marcos. fist Church, Madison and Cherry Frampton. AU veterans are Invited and asked : \'I
Jerry Brodsky of Waldo and Louise Mr.and Mrs. Paul Lefebvre returned They were interested in seeing the coquina Streets in Starke. The Color Guard from Cecil Field to wear their uniform if they have it. : \:'
Brodsky of Miami. Maternal great- Tuesday to their home in Prescott, rock walla at the Fort, the old The Youth Choir will present "Our NAS of Jacksonville will perform .
grandparents are Jack Brodsky of Arizona, following nine days visit cannons and other ancient weapons.
Boston, Mass and Rose Hunt of Tampa with their mother Mrs. Viola Lefebvre Before returning home they had Walters Receives. 'u
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Park
and the Henry Spell family lunch at Anastasia State They
were refreshed by wading at the Calling At Greenville Mrs.Florence Tanner 7S Cemetery under the direction of Archer .
Back Home
Mrs.
Hampton Elementary School News beach.They also enjoyed having
Mrs.Josephine Fontaine was Joyce Collins as their capable,cheer- Lynwood Walters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Florence Tanner, 70, of Rt 1 Funeral Home of Lake Butler. .
to return to her home Monday after School Holiday ful bus driver. Mrs.S.L.Peek,Jr., has been called to Lawtey, passed away -
two weeks hospitalization at Bradford Monday, May 28,Memorial Day, is Immanuel'Baptist Church In Greenville Wednesday morning in, the Shands Walter Alvin Tyler
County Hospital. a school holiday for students and LUNCH MENU S.C. as minister of education Teaching In Gainesville
Hospital Walter Alvin Tyler 80, of Rt I Box
faculty, to be followed by two more May 29-June 1 and youth. after an extended illness. Mrs. Tan .
died 20, In
74
May '
Condolence weeks of school before 29 Sloppy Joe on He will assume his duties there Lawtey Sunday\ -
summer vaca Tuesday May : ner was born In Lawtey, where she \ :
tal after ,
Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Lola tion. bun cole slaw, potato rounds,banana June 3Mr. has lived her entire life. She was a Bradford a :..
Williamson and other family pudding, milk.Wednesday Walters received his educationat brief Illness.
Honor Roll housewife and a member of the Baptist
A life resident of Bradford
members whose father, Walter Alvin May 30: Barbecued Furman University in Greenville long
Waldron Faith.
The of Karen was
name
County, Mr. Tyler owned and .
chicken, green peas, mashed S.C. following graduation at Bradford husband
She is survived by her : his farm until he retired. He
---" potatoes pear half, roll, milk.Thursday High School and at Southeastern Ban- David Tanner, Lawtsy Six operated
member of the First United
May Sat Meat loaf, tilt Theological Seminary in Wake was a
daughters: Mrs Geneva McCaffery, '
UW13 il0'il1J3\i c W1IJ1J potato salad, green beans, Jello, Forest, N.C., where he received his Mrs. Lola Tucker, both of Jackson Methodist Survivors Church Include of:Starke.his wife, Mrs !
cookie, milk. Master of Divinity Degree. ;
vile Mrs. Virginia Mosley of Clay
June It Ham sandwich For the four he has served Onle Brown Tyler of Lawtey; three i i
past
Friday years Hill, Mrs.Doris. Angle of Norfolk Va., Bessie Pavlas of i
Mrs.
138 E. Call St. Stark Fla. 964-5890 macaroni and cheese, green limas, as director of Anchor II, a probation Mrs. Shirley Robinson of Orange Stare, Mrs Lola Williamson of .. i
half milk. home for Juvenile girls in Mar-
orange Park, and Mrs. Dorothy Teston of Hampton and Miss Evelyn Tyler of -
Starke's Own Bakery PTA Meeting tinsville Mr. Walters, Va. resides In Martlnsville Lawtey; Three sons; Henry Tanner Lawtey; five sons,Daniel Tyler of Anniston !I
and Jimmy Tanner of Jacksonville
Officers elected at the PTA meeting with his wife, the former Brenda and Charles Tanner of Green Cove Ala., Cecil David, James and I.
held Monday evening at Hampton Guinn of Gainesville, and daughter, Springs; 34 Grandchildren and 14 Lamar Tyler all of Lawtey; 23 grandchildren -
Decorated Cakes for Don and 28 great grandchildren.
Elementary School were Mandy. Great Grandchildren. Funeral services were held Tuesday ,
Roberts, president; Tom Parker, Pine Grove Church Funeral services were held Saturday of Archer
May 22, In the Chapel I
Graduation vice-president; Mrs. Inger and Hansen Mrs. To Hold Gospel Sing May 19, 1m at 2:00 p.m. at the Funeral Home of Lake Butler with
was re-elected secretary Branch Church, with
Baptist
Long
Jolene Friese was re-elected Pine Grove Congregational Rev. James Cowart officiating i,
Methodist Church will hold a gospel Rev.Embry Eunlceolflclatlng.lnterment Burial followed In Dekle Cemetery In
treasurer Mrs. Friese also to .
agreed was In Long Branch Cemetery, .. ',
serve as the Halloween Carnival sing Saturday May 26, at will: under the direction of Archer-Tanner Lake Butler under the direction of Archer !'
Funeral Home.
this fall. The Blue Grass Prophets the
Chairman again Funeral Home of Starke. .. .. .. .
featured group. Refreshments will be ::.::: :::::::::::::-":ff:: : -:':' :':':':"':':

NEED MONEY? Mrs. Jean First Graders Clark's first Perform grade class served.Everyone Is invited to attend. Pine Mrs.Nancy Thornton Card Of' h k1 :.::c

entertained students and faculty on Grove Is located two miles north of :: ::0;
Florida State Prison on C-199 at Mrs. Nancy C. Thornton 86, of .. )Jt-
WE CAN HELPLet Raiford. Raiford died Saturday May 19, in We are sincerely grateful to friends .. .
COUPON Raleigh, North Carolina after a brief and neighbors for their many kind "'," .
illness. acts of sad I i
sympathy during our
Us Arrange A 1 st or 2nd Mortgage On In Honor Of The Graduates Of 1979 Born In the Johnstown Community bereavement. Our appreciation can- !
[ of Union County Mrs. Thornton lived : '
be
not
Your Home For All The Cash You Need Up To Stake Radiator Is Offering To most of her life in Raiford and was a Special adequately thanks expressed.to Archer-Tanner ".
member of the Raiford Baptist Funeral Home for all their
$50,000,00 With Up To 15 Years To Repay -= Remove, Clean, Repair & OFF ea Church. She was visiting a grand- assistance.

Replace Your Radiator On Any Car $ 5 0 0 Normal :; daughter In Raleigh when she died. The Family ofIlillard
Call Us Today Collect : Survivors include: one son, Clyde B. Broughton
p g Or Pick Up Truck For a Price yS Thornton of Raiford; one sister, Evie ono
I Stubbs of Goulds Fla.; six grandchildren -
Ramm Service Corp STARKE RADIATORThe ; nine great grandchildrenand Mrs. Nelson Boots Green wishesto
two great great grandchildren. thank her many friends and .
Licensed Mortgage Broker Working Folks Radiator 8-S Mon sere. i I Funeral services were held Tues relatives for their prayers, flowers,
Comer Hwy 301, A 16 BS4.0810 Ev... By App day May 22, in Raiford Baptist kindnesses and visits during her con-
1301 Gulf Life Drive Jacksonville, Fla. 32207 398-7600 Church with Rev Hugh Walters of- finement In Bradford County Hospital '
-coil ficiating. Burial followed in Sapp the past month. : '

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''. !Monday Date May to Remember 28-Memorlal Day ward BMS to 8th their graders trip to Disney are looking World for-on REALTY CB : : ; ''SAlt : :f: lti$ tE .' ;f ,t ((5.('[: ;,Blti"WAMi.E : ;

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; Wednesday, May 30-1 weeks test. The BMS P.T.O. will sponsor a .I', REALTOR TRAMPOLINE New, round, FOR APPLIANCES see ANTIQUE COUCH Beautiful KITCHEN AND dining room .,

: Physical Ed It Related Arts. Sock-Hop In the gym from 7:30: to list $599.95. sole $319) .958x13 While's Home B Auto TV's carved wood frame, help wanted Norman's: ;,

: Thursday. May 31-6 weeks test 10:30: p.m. on Saturday, June 2. list $399 95, sole ranges freeterrefrigerator removable and reversible restaurant Waldo. Fla. SIlO -:

,:. Science Language Arts. The BMS Band concert scheduled: 9-4.5065., .., 12.9.... Phone 1-7783227, stereos black leather cushion seat 4tpd '/31 :-.

'; Friday. June 1-6 weeks test Math for Friday, May 26, has had to be Jox. TFchg vacuum, sewing machine and back Phone- 964-7417 EXPERIENCED, PERSON to .'..

& Social Studies. postponed and will take place on 2305 N. Temple Ave. StarkeFHA SPECIAL PRICES on nursery Ask about our big discount Itpd 5/24 repair fence on :30 acre in "
a Saturday, June P.T.O. Sock Hop Tuesday, May 29, at 8 p.m. stock: Aioleos' gal. cans. WhItes Horn and Auto USED FURNITURE for sale Stark. Phone 733.1329 :- '

: 7:30-10:30, BMS Gym for BMS Mrs. Audrey Myers' classes in $1.50 each 18"-34"; Fruit Keystone Hi*.. 473-4078. 5/3 Very good condition. Apply Jacksonville, after 8 p.m.. :!'; I
Students. Preparation for Business Education ft VA FINANCING AVAILABLE trees; Boxwood 10"-15". 4tchg 5/24 Tempi Motel 880 N. Tem 5/34 2tchg 5/31 I
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; Thursday. June 1-School Awards are having a Career Day on FrIday $1.50, 15--18"Flo.. $2. See ourroses FOUR LOTSi Ready to build ple. Stark.. "2" 2tpd 5/31 CETA POSITION CommunifyOutreach '*' i
25. will come to schooldressed RESIDENTIAL on root stock on. lost of Stork on old AMERICAN TRAIlERl 8 by M Center Worker; ";
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$5.50 and $6.95. Shade Road. Well Installed. f.... T. Pvtnem. must be a Bradford resident, .
Lawtey Warren
Friday. June 8-Last day of school- as a professional In the. nit with 4 acre Hwy 16 West Reduced. 2000. trees, hedge plant, Phone 9..5307.17 4tpd Whispering Pine Motel unemployed 10 out of last t3 *.?_

,.-= Report cards home. career they have chosen. Hwy di\t\ >si2BlQ I B *sne acre lot camellia, pot plants, hang- 6/7 S....... i/24 4tpd 6/14 week, and be economically$
3R. 1 3/4 bath, concrete block ) nice one acre Ing baskets, and many
: SEVERAL ITEMSi Two YARD SAltt Couch and dlsadvantoged. Applicantmust
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Miss Ann Cunningham's social P.T.O. MeetingThe with large oak. "* v*
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Jamison lawnmowers hove ton.porfG.iitlon
self-propelled chair cloth., tools, odds own
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; ga-drlven cement' and end. 339 S. ThompsonSt. and be able to wcwfct
: Exceptional Students' Art Show at May 17. The election of officers for the Florahom. 23 miles SE of
t FARMS! ACR GE" finishing machine; 1964 .. Starke. Friday, Sat.. with people. Apply at Fit|
': Oak Mall in Gainesville on May 18-20. 1979-80 school term was held and the Stark. Phone 659-3165. 2-ton International ichool Sunday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. State Employment Servicsold ,
: Science classes at EMS are having following officers were elected: 2 BR Mobile Home 3.9 acres, Keystone area REDUCED. 4/12 TFchBUIlOLAIt bus, All In excellent condition. Itpd 524SEVERAL ( courthouse). Itchg 5/34

Teamwide studies on Environment. Chairman-Joyce Chambers, Co- 4BR 3B. 10 acres and"2 barns. AND PIES Star Rt I I. Box 69.J, ITEMSi Registered ,

: The purpose of the unit is to understand chairman-Charles C. Johns, 7 acre-S7.500-Ea Term 'n ALARMS Residential andcomm..clol. Hampton.' 5/17 2tpd 5/34 Angus Bull 3 years old with CONTRACTOR NEEDS LAOY

:: plant and animal Interaction, Secretary-Prlscilla Burnsed, 5 ocres-SS.OOO-Easy Term /* Free estimates FOUR WATERFRONT LOTSl papers. Temporary pole for to drive light truck. Some
,: and the effect people have on these Treasurer-Kathryn Sapp. It was announced 4BR, 3B *** acres Paved: circle drive. DON HILL SECURITY 50x197 ft. $3.500 each. building house or trailer outdoor work, must enjoy

: actions. that the BMS Advisory Committee SYSTEMS, 473-3549. TFchg Phone 9043898082. 5/17 Oak dining table and four traveling. Phon. 782-399,1..

: BMS Tract intramurals were held will meet Tuesday, June 5, at WATERFRONT FENCING All kinds, hog Stpd 6/14 chair Phon.964.6$28. Itpd Itchg "24

,; at the BUS track on May 22. 7:30 p.m. A program was provided by Over 200' frontage on Black Creek 3 acre with 2 BR wire welded wire, barbwire USED FIREBRICK. from 5/24 CETA POSITION) Supply
'z The BMS Chorus will present a con the BUS ROTC under the direction of frame house. wood chain link; free chimney torn down. 925 FURNITURE AND GARAGE clerk. Must be Bradford rest'.

cert in the BUS auditorium at 8 p.m. Lt. Col.! John R. Smith and Sergeant :3BR 1 B. Con. Blk. house only' 2 year old on Sampson Lak.I estimates.Co. 473-4823 Manning Fence. brick 25 cent each. Charlie SALE Bedroom set desk dent, unemployed 15 out pf
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Jesse Haas. Cowort Rt. 2. Box 94, .1..0. stereo cabinet kitchen ,
.: on Friday, June 1. One acre on Crosby lake In restricted area.
Starke. Mod 5/24 table, assorted Item. type, do light
1979 PISCES IS FT. Boat 1978 1015 Eastwood Dr., Stark.. maintenance work, haveg
I J COMMERCIAL Mercury 80 hp motor, 1979 70 HP MERCURY condition.1977$1500.excellent behind The Flshln' Shack. drivers permit. Apply at FID!!.

ServicemenKdrnficld Mercury Thruster trolling Itcha 321NEWSPAPER State Employment Service;
Large. service station with remodeled offices. Equip. Included motor. 1979 Magic-tilt 5/24.Phone 473-3193. 5/17 3lchg ROLLENDSeveral (old courthouse). Itchg 3/34
210' 301.
Hwy trailer Assume payment
available,
r Completes received instruction in drill and 318' frontage on Hwy 301Service Station pump and tanki,I Phone 964-8983. 5/17 2tchg DO DROP IN Bargain Housei various: lengths all either COMMISSION SALES I Full'or
: Basic Training ceremonies, weapons, map reading, Included. Reduced to $45.GOO. 5/24
US 301 South. We buy and 15" or 30" wide. Good for part-time. Only neat aggressive
: FORT KNOX, Ky.-Pvt. Eddie A. tactics, military courtesy, military Hwy 301 North 1Wx20O' lot with small con. blk. bldg SEVERAL ITEMSi Baldwin tell used furniture. Phone children to color on table honest person

: Edenfield, son of Mr. and Mrs. justice, first aide, and Army historyand Great Location. piano excellent condition 964.6740, 9 lo 3 covers, etc. BRADFORD need apply. Starke Water

: Woodrow W. Edenfield Raiford traditions. Mobile Home Pork.12 1 acre Included 8 mobile home $1,000 (paid $1500)); HI. Mon.-Thur, 9 to 6 Fri. and COUNTY TELEGRAPH 135 Conditioning Co., 964-5294..

recently completed basic training at Edenfield is a978 graduate of Room for expansion. wheel push mower 41/2 Sat. 3/1 TFchg W. Call. Starke. TF Itchg "24 :.
Fort Knox Bradford High School in Starke. HP $150; riding Western
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received instruction In drill and Levy Lennon BelongsTo Banjo with case, strop, $100. KQd A.- I
Phone 7823164. 5/24 4tpd one? Rrea
ceremonies weapons, map reading, Award Winning Unit 1 acre wooded 3700. 6/14 .
tactics military military SUFFOLK England-Airman First
courtesy, CARPORT SALEs
justice, first aid and Army historyand Class Levy R. Lennon, II, son of Mr. 1.1 V% acre Hwy 100 Good locotton., Good term May 36, 9 a.m. to Saturday 6 LOANS AVAIlABLElAny The Cloy County Board of FOR SALE 70 hpw Mercury

traditions. and Mrs. Levy Lennon of 1307 E. 1229 E. Call. SR 230.p.m.TV, amount home or venture. County Commlslonersore boot motor. 1977. Excellent
Edenfield is a 1978 graduate of Estelle St., Starke, is a member of an Hampton lot with well A septic, $3,495 Low down pay Ironer. clothing, Ethel' G. Batchelder, Rt.2, taking application for the condition 1500. 4733193.

Bradford High School. organization that recently won the ment. miscellaneous Items. Itchg. Box 409 Keystone Heights, position, of Clerk/Cashier I 3tchg 5/17-5/34.
U.S. Air Force Outstanding Unit 5/24 FI.32656. Licensed Mortgage under the Title II D CETA '.

Pvt. Eddie Edenfleld Award. We have ether. lot with low down' payment A easy monthly REGISTERED TENNESSEE Broker. Phone 473-2585. Program. In order to qualifyfor FOR SALE 1976 Grand Fury

The airman is an administrative payment WALKER gelding excellent 2/15.I Tfn. this position you must: Plymout. V.& engine, radial
Completes Basic Training specialist at Lakenheath RAF Station saddle horse. Also HALF I 1)Be) a resident of Cloy tires, AM-FM. Great condition .

England with the 48th Tactical Paul H. Faulkner-Realtor MORGAN MARE, gentle CASH FOR GOLDl. Sterling County 2)Meet) employment Best offer Call after 6
Pvt. Eddie A. Edenfield. son of Mr. of the CETA Program
and Mrs. Woodrow W. Edenfield of Fighter Wing that earned the award Susan M. Bakken RealtorEvenIngs444172 disposition. Both horses Jewelry, diamond, coins, guideline 3)Be) economicallydisadvantaged p.m. or on Saturday I Itchg

...: Raiford recently completed basic for meritorious service from Oct. 14, with or without tack. For dental gold. Will visit your 4)Have) a 5/34
1976 to Dec. 31, 1977. more Info 1-659-2269, home anywhere. Mr Rltt-
training at Fort Knox, Ky. Grandln. Itchg 5/24 High School Diploma or FOR SALE Six week old
Airman Lennon is a 1973 graduateof REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene 475-1089.3/1
man. tfnchg. 35 WPM
the students Equivalent Type
During training,
WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER. Australian Sh.pard puppies.
Bradford High School. Faulkner-Eve. t4.5 1.2
basic office skills. Meet
Call in ,
23.000 btu with $25. morning
Vodo M. Settlei-Eve. 944-544
LAKE LOTS POE Ex
Public Telephone
'. 4733430. 5/24 :
saver switch. Used 3 Itchg
power
Julie L. Crlffis-Eve. 964-7419
:: SAlEiKeystone Heights.' perience.If .
Legal
month Phone 4733136.
Starke. Florida on Thurs
:: PUBLIC NOTICI Beautifully wooded lots on you feel you may rebuilt
1979 and Itchg 524MOTOR FOR SALE 1966 VW
'. day June 31,
'. HOME FOR SALE clear, and bottom lake. qualify apply at Clay Coun. engine excellent gas
make a recommendationto
;, An ORDINANCE omen- Health and the City Commissionand converted from bu. LocatedIn Good term or 'discount for ty Community Service 915 mileage needs minor
E ding the Comprehensive Rehabilitative Service the Commissionwill KOA. 4000. Itchg 5/34 cash.1 to 5 acre with nice Walnut Street. Green Cove repair $500. call 473-3273.
Land Use Plan Element State of Florida, has City: Spring, FL. Itchg. 5/24. '
: consider on Tuesday HAVE A HIGHLY PROFITABLE tree overlooking lake from It chg 5/24 :
established the of 34x52 DOUBLEWIDEThree
:i and the of sum
: Map by City
and beautiful jean $3.500. $500 down.$50
:: Stark, Florida. in accordance SI9.500 a. the level of July 17. 1979. at the bedrooms, 2 full bath, front kitchen central air UPHOLSTERY home, patio .
same aid place at 7:00 hop of your own. Featuringthe month. Commercial lots on SPECIAL SPRING' HOUE
:;: with the Local uncompenated service Ordinance awning skirted all let up and ready to move In..only latest In jean, denim SR-21 North available or office. Large election of PAINTING Bargain prlc s,
:: Government Comprehensive to be mode available by p.m.relating an to: (9.995. VA and bank financing available. and sportswear $15.500 includes Owner-Salesman. 473-4375. fabrics. Cushions, any style. dependable work. Freeestimates.
: Act Bradford County HotpltolIn Quality service. Licensed.
Planning
beginning Inventory, :3/32 tfnchg Call 475-1296'
of 1975. at provided for the period of OctoberI Phone 964-S6OiS 4732452. 2tchg 5/24-5/31
The retaining of the fixture, and training. You anytime. Itchg '/2..
: in 163. Florida 1978 to September 30. dealer .
: Chapter following described property Olln'i Mobile Homes may have your store open In .
=._- : Statute and Chapter' 25 1979. and amending the a* little as 15 day. Call 5 ACRES) on 214 near NURSE WANTEDI) RN or LPN. PURE CHICKEN MANURE
Code of Ordinance City This determination has Keystone Heights. $300 for YMCA Immokalee
Comprehensive' Land anytime for Mr. LoughlinI2.B3.tw. Camp -spread on postures ?6r
J of Starke Florida. been made pursuant to Use Plan to provide that -- : .. Itpd 5/24 down $89,81 per month. Summer Resident Camp dumped for gardens. :'Coll
To: All Citizens, Ta.. the requirement of the land currently toned 1 WORM HARVESTING Phone 473-4058 or 473-4367 June 11-August I 17 Live at F.E. Grainger. 1.546-3681

J payers and other In. regulation of the Public RM-1 and designated I LAHDCliARIHO & Fill DIRT I t MACHINE like new $300. after' 6 p.m.3/29 tfnchg ,camp. Contact lotto Hawthorne. 4tpd
Health Service, U.S. /.261n.
i reretted Person >.* Single-Family, Medium I'' Phone 16922116. Charles Johnston. 4734213. Itchg .

:; !t ':.,. 'Voland each of You : Education Department and of Welfare Health., Density the property of Jfcbs .....SlrMI l nd. 1!(tJ., Box! ;1.-B. NEW MOBILE HOME ..V. '::1If-24' ,. .: FOR RENT ,,Off, *,.sppceor
11 :it bre hereby and herewith W.A. and Beatrice Godwin ; Largfc 'GY Small Hastings, Flo:- 'SWSrTichg PARTS STORE. "also retail business Htvy
CFR. 53.111)) and the : space.
. :: given notice In accordance applicable((42 of described a* I j 5/34 Whirlpool GE RCA parts. FOR SAlEt Window! ;; or! 'conditioner "2t"norh.> : Calt": r.JnB8: 'or

I with Florida. Florida Medical provisions Facilities follow: .015 acres Dozer Work LS 3 FAMILY YARD SALE Saturday WHEELERS between :33.000 BTU. with 473-3326. tin chg 5/ 10. ..
: Statute and City Ordinances which Include all of Lot May 26. 10 til. 514 N. K .y itone Melro se. power saver switch. Used
Plan."Uncompen.ot.d.
: City' of Storke. Construction Four ((4)) and Eight ((8)) Clark St., Starke. Itpd '124I 475-3401. tin chg 4/19. three months. Phone REDUCE Trim extra poundsfast
::J :: Florida that the City services' Block Twenty-Four ((24)) In Foundations 473-3136. Itpd '/2.. and easy with powerful
: Commission of Storke. mean service KNIGHTS SUBDIVISIONIn I I YARD SAlEt Furniture Super Slenderite, AndrewsDrugs.

I : Florida have designated available In the facility the City of Starke lying f camera equipment dishes lOSTi Turtle hell framed. FOR SAUl 12' Aqua Cat Keystone. 5/34 2tpd
: the City of Starke Planning which are made Top Soil sunglasses between Sunshine
and being In and a portion knick.knack. and more. sailboat. Good condition. 5/31
available to Florist and Mallards.
and Zoning Commit- person of the SW'/ of .the I Country Club area off SR $300. Phone 473-2724. Itchg
ion to conduct a public unable to pay therefor SI1of Section 21 I JIMMY MARTIN 964-5230 230 East. Follow the signs. Please take them to 5/24. FOR SALE 3.9 acres 2 BR
hearing at a regular without charge or at a Duckey' Department Store
: Township 6 South Range I Saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., mobile home. Keystonearea.
meeting held at 7.30; charge which i I. less than 22 East. Bradford Coun. --- Sunday I p.m. to 6 p.m. Itpd for pick-up. 5/24 Itpd. FOR SALE 1977 Chrysler Owner must sell
the reasonable cost of
in the City Commission
p.m. ty. Stark., Florida. 524CHAIN Newport. Full equipment. $10,000. Assumable mortgage
such cervlce The level
room. City Hall. The location of this LINK FENCImaterial. The Clay County Board of A.1 condition. 28,000 miles of approximately
of such services I I. BRASINGTON
Starke Florida on measured by the difference property I I. 919 Thompson Do It yourself and Commfslonersare taking application one owner. $4,595, $8,400 to qualified person
: Thursday June 31, 1979. between the Street, Stark., Ralph Bryan Cftdilkc: Oldsmobile ave. Installation available. for the position of 4732463. Itchg 5/24. Faulkner Realty Starke.
and moke a recommendation :
Florida. 964-5065. Itchg 5/34
Sales &; Service Free estimate HandyMan CemetaryGeneralMaintenance
to the City Commission amount paid by such perions
and the City for the services and You are further given Real Estate Line Selection Of Used Fence Co. 964-8559. TFchg Worker under TUTORING by dependable
notice that a copy of ..aldpropo.eeI the Title D CETA ; .
the reasonable cost II Program.In college student. $5 houi.
Commission will consider Cars Taken On _
.
ORDINANCE I I. 2305 N.Temple Ave.Stark. '
order to for this Grade 16. Call 473-2565
thereof. LIMEROCKi Allen Taylor, qualify
on Tuesday. July .
available for Inspection ., Flo. Cadtllad Trades
17, 1979 at the same The level set out at the your office of Phone 964-8718 2001 Lawtey. Phone 783-3173 position you must: 1)Be) a anytime. Mary Ellen Morrl DidYou
said place at 7.00 p.m. above meet the the Planning and Zoning N.W..3378W01CAJNFJSVlt weekday after 6 p.m. or resident' of Clay County. It pd 524GIGANTIC

an Ordinance relatingto presumptive compliance Official Hall, Office Monday thru anytime weekends, TFchg 2)Meet) Employment
City open
Know
: guideline of the federal guidelines of the CETA Pro. YARD SALE Gil-
Starke. Florida. Saturday 9.' p.m. Sundaysby ;
The rezoning of the regulation and I I. 10% Each and PER. appointment. BAHIA HAYl Argentina gram. 3)B.) economicallydisadvantaged ma's 9a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday .

following described property of all federal assistance SON having an every Interest highly fertlllied. Phone 4)Have) a May 26. Sponsored by That' These

and amending the provided the facility' whatever In the enactment 10 Acre up Boyle Lillian C. PenrMon 964-6071. TFchgWATSON'S High School Diploma or the youth of the Keystone

Comprehensive Land under the Hospital and of this proposed Highway rolling Improved KEA l.TUIt Equivalent Heights 1st Assembly of
Us. Plan to provide that Medical Facilities Construction pasture, terms. HOUSE OF God. Itchg 5/34
MointenonceGrounsKeeperLandscaping
ORDINANCE should op- VACUUMSi brand of Want Ads 'Go Into
lands currently zoned 1-1 Act. pear and be heard at the 4 BR concrete block with! 1.1'1.mUD": Many Experience .
and the There are no 712.3MIH) I new vacuum, Used FOR SALE table with 4
designated by time and place prescribed. ,swimming pool on 1V4 acre] j preferred.If .
available. Part
machine
plan light Industry be guideline which lot on Morgan Road. 1 acre lots for home 0; feel I 'chairs. $50; dryer $40;
and accessories for all you you may 9,000 Households!
rezoned R.IC anddesignot.d positively identify a person chest, $50 sofa and more.
to :
mobile
Albert L. Crosby Jr., home $3.995.
FHA approved 3BR 2 vacuum systems. 404 NW qualify, apply at Clay Coun.
Single.Farnly. or family os eligibleto Call Monday thru Thursday
Planning & Zoning Official bath block In terms.
town. 10th Ave., Gainesville ty Community Services, 915
receive
Medium Density; part pay uncompensated 481-3733. It chg 5/34
the property of Hubert .service City of Storke. .2 BR. one bath block 4 to 26, acres In tawt.y phone 376-7110. TFchg Walnut Street., Green Cove

and Effie Cooper Each case must be Florida. Itchg 5/34. Christian Street, large lot. $3,000 per acre term Spring Fl. Itchg. '/2... ATTENDING REAL ESTATE In Clay, Bradford

evaluated .6 acre. S. 4BR-Hampton- .
described a* follow: on Its own SCHOOL or already licensed
.059 acre, which Includeall merit There are Paved rood. 10 acres 'fronting SR 230 < ? GENE REESE REALTY Invite .

of Block of Temple guideline establishedfor 36 acre waterfront- Wilson Rd. $23,000. TOMMY'SLAND you for an Interview. & Union Countie's.With
Addition to ,the town of a person or family a* Grondin.T.rm.. Attractive commission division. .
eligible to receive full .2 to 10 acres-Several 30 Acre pine well and
Starke. EXCEPT lot' 1 1. 2 Broker doe not compete
and 3 thereof accordingto uncompenoted *.,- location.-T.rm.. septic 40000. with soles associate

: 'the plat of aid addition vice*. Itchg '/2.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Two rental house In 36.35 acres ,1340" US 301 for listings. Ample floor Over 28,000
J. WILSON
a* the same appearsof EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT town. $56.500 terms. CLEARINGWe time Office in excellent
record In Deed Book OF FLORIDA. IN I 14.5 acre S SBR Cape] Commercial Seal Coating location for walk-In Call

"G" page 304. Public AND FOR BRADFORD Cod. BO Acre form, 3 BR 2 Bohome Offer Fast All TVM tlOO' HiMlff EUGENE K. BIKE. REALTOR.

County.Records Slarke of Bradford Florida.' PUBLIC NOTICI COUNTY.CIVIL ACTION 1 out.Building lots-In town S barn tree*out-blag. fenced 30* Response And HOT nmtCMTASPHALT .."rCHINOAll 2tchg 5/24-5/31 Readership.

The location of this BLANCHE A. STOKES. .13x64 mobile home on pecan cro..fed'150.ooo. Free Estimates Work OusrsntMdTelephone MOVING SALE Saturdayand
property is on the NE NOTICE OF APPLICA. Several
: WIFE. Plaintiff. vs waterfront lot. Sunday.
side of Thompson St.. approximately TION FOR REZONING DONALD G. STOKES. I' Phone 964-5734 families. Entrance of High
I
Motel t Trailer Park-one 1904) 782-3991
528 feet NE AND AMENDMENT OF 100 Acre form well, septic 100. 9 Yours For Only
Defendant. Estate
I HUSBAND. I Ridge Hwy.
of the best In town and
of the Intersection' of LAND USE PLAN. I Elec. appro 100 a.m. til. Itchg 5/24
Weldon and Thompson An ORDINANCE amending Case No. 79-318 making money. pecan tree divided by ._ --

St., Slorke.' Florida. the Comprehensiveland NOTICE OF SUIT Now booking for paved road 130000. WHOLE SALI AUC. '2" Per Week
Plan Element summer-3BR: cottage on
I You are further Use
given
NO PROPERTYTO TIONEvery' Thursday 7 p.m.
'tVK.fJff. .
: NOTICE that a copy of and Mop by the City of Klngsley lake. 2 BR frame house on nice 95 percent new merchan i tt S

i aid proposed ORDINANCE Slorke. Florida. in accordance : DONALD STOKES.Rt. Tired of looking? Let us lot $5.000. disc Tool, 'groceries. % K

i I I. available for with the local 2. Bon 36, Culleoka, build you a new home witha household Items, novelties.If For InformationCall
I your Inspection at ,h. office Government Comprehensive Tenn. 38541. "Touch of Class". Watch Furnished 2-BR Mobile ) Broker you buy to resell you can

: of the Planning and Planning Act YOU ARE HEREBY for our Model Home the Home on 1 ocre 13500. buy In quantity. Bill Perryauctioneer. .

I' Zoning Official. City of 1973. a* provided for NOTIFIED that an action "Barcelona". at the Country 301 North Trail' Motel Lawtey 2315 S.E. 473-2210

I Hall. Slarke, Florida. In Chapter 163. Florida far DISSOLUTION OF Clubl 3 BR frame on 1.6 ocre Hawthorne Rd. Gainesville

I!,r .; Each and every Person Statute and Chapter 35 MARRIAGE has been filed eS.S..Ie.eeSSeSS.fl. paved road. Terms Office 782-3931 l.oo. PM 0 so PM 4tpd. 9/25.
of Ordinance, Your satisfaction .
c" : having on Interest Code Cityof DONALD ,
r : whatever In the enactment Starke..Florida.To against you I I. eur future! $13.600, r3story Home 782-3899 i'(
,
STOKES and '
G. are .
you UM eec oem*..*..*..ci t 110
: of this proposed requested to serve a EvenlngsiRalph frame; 5 BR 1 t Bo TAKI THE LANDLORD OFF neighbor Only one block '
: ORDINANCE should op.p.orondbeheardotthe copy of your ,written P. YOUR PAYROLL and take from school. Must see to ;
= : All Cltlien. Taxpayers BryeitRentier $35,000)( owner financed. ; ;
and ether in.terest.d defenses I It any to It. on 964-6208 Immediate possession of appreciate. Priced I In middle -.t1I ,
I I S time and place prescribed. the plaintiff's attorney, IB this FHA approved $39.. .
I Person exceptional
Weynel I. 0..1. large from home In good '
and address
; ;
Albert L. Crosby. Jr.. You and each of You whose name ......,-!. .._ condition. 9 room I bo, SO value located on a ; 1PM
TO
I I I. J.J. WOLBIRT spacious lot In Stark. REAL HONEST
Planning & Zoning Of. are hereby and h.r.wlthgly.n JR.. P.O. BOX 1064. Phone 964-6593 REALTOR pecan tree. 3 rental Within walking distance ofI GOODNESS OLE COUNTRY' ,1m

ficial. City of Slarke, notice with In Florida accordance Starke, Florida 33091 Osnrld Dyel. Ao.le4ePhonsi mobile home 1 extra I church. End your search by HOME tucked away under COUIOL sr.IICU Of ILL
.
; I Florida. Itc"g24 Statute and City Or.dlnanc. and file the original with 468-1235 hook-up (room for several!) seeing and buying this the protecting branches of 984-5534
.
I ', ... City of Starke. the clerk of the above on 6 acre* gaodlflceme. dandy house TODAY. pecan and oak tree

,; Florida that the City styled court on or before owner-financed S6S.OOO Situated on an 8-ocre site. TKeM.mt.On. Up, # Jk -
I I' the complaint or peti Broker-Owner. SUPERB SMALL J
NOTICI Commission of Storke. To Aid' Your Howe Of Nulscsc oOwl! .
BUNGALOW In Stark on DO YOU WANT TO UVI IN ,. .
.
SERVICES TOt florida. have designated tion.WITNESS ., ; -
et
hand end SssvK& OFFICES Lawtey' Turn COUNTRY* But I" '> 'I' ':
my secluded 1 \1/2 acre lot. THI only !
the of Starke Planning ,
PERSONS UNABU City -
l BaptIstchurch. ("4'1 g.
school toward )
TO PAY and Zoning Cammis.lion the teal of sold Court on et ,Finish and save.Ask to see want to own, 'art' acre 'or ." <" .: ,! S.II'-V'M: (:! ';
Then right
May I, 1979. Gilbert S. this soon. $30.000. two? It's possible site for1.homes \ :, :1J.! '
THEREFOR to conduct a public Church follew sis."*),
of said ( .
trailer
Brown, A* Clerk or VERY 1/
hearing at a regular
A Court, By: Marian A FRIENDLY. HOUSE on a LOW DOWN PAYMENT E _
held 7:30
at WEEKENDS
The Offke of Community meeting : DAY EVI. ft
A Clerk. AND EASY TERMS.
McR .
Medical p.m. In the City Commission Deputy Thaoe 7U-3M6 fine lot. with good

Facilities Department 0,1", !_. City Hall, S/10.tdtg 5/31. .- ,
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noon .
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pr ding .. "
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Hon. tiOR 'R.EIN-T 'FOR {RI$ 'r :CI.Sr'ItR' : Ki :I' ,PERS.ONAt N I
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charge$2.M. j : '
,.* (Cover* IS Words). SILL$ SAW SHOPS Complete PALMS APARTMENTS Fur COUNTRY" NOME 3 .. tkY.rtS I : erwil1'JlJr

Each word.., ISI horponlng service, circular nlhed ..Hkloncl.I I BR ono both. Prefer cowpl room. no 197B FORD PIOO' pick-up CUSTOM .' S IS ACRES In Union County..
10 cent* hand cerbldo, chain, opt., weekly or monthly. children: SR 18 West of Monger lariat package, traction Free .*"M.t... Local Providence area. Wooded; '
f
kNot responsible, for errors mower blade hollow' ground' NEW FURNISHED STUDIOS Hampton watch for ilgn. lock rear oxl., loon distributors for completely fenced. Would rook rid* ,j ;
f when given' ewer the phone. ( and balanced leave ot monthly only 2313 N. Temple SlOO/month plus damage mil.*. Mill under warranty. washable nationally advertled hometlte./ Main. R.ol A r
., when copy I I. net typed< Jackson Building Supply. .tor.... TFchgKITCHENETTES deposit Hpd S24TWO Good deal. Phone 431-1456 Gord..... Droperle. Estate. Realtor. 494-3978. PHONE 084-7778
fetid brought ta the ""c.. Starke or Keystone Ht*. and sleeping' after 3 p.m. 5/112tpd 9/24 saw Enterprl*. Ed or Lama 3/19 tin. CJECBUA '
TFchg room. TV. AC maid *er- BEDROOM furnished 24 FT. WINNEBAOO Chieftain Stephen. 496-2JI9. 3/1
ALCOHOLICS vice. Weekly and monthly. _bil. home. SISO/monfh low mileage. two AC, tfnchg.ClARKES. LAKE BUTLSRi4 bdrm.11/2
ANONYMOUS Phono Restaurant and lounge plus depoklt. NO PETS. generator, fully (ell-' bo. house across from Middle PlaidBIAUTIFUL
964.5148 or 94.65821Fchg available. Und.rwood Phon 944-0543.: Itchg 8/17 contained crul* control SAW Slaps Co_ School on JR-121, on on*
./ .I I SEWING MACHINES Motel :3 1/2 mil.. North of .xtro clean. ".ISO. Ak for plot sharpening tervlce. half ocr..
I REPAIRED All make* cleand Stark. US :901. TFchg -1 Harry 964-7900 (horn. hand, circular mower THREE BEDROOM 1/2: bo.. COME POTENTIAL BUNGALOW AND TWO

POUNDS $10"' ... oiled and aduted.| $10. MIMOSA MANOR mobile 964-7441)). TFpd blade, chain low. leave at w/w carpet c..... H/A OTHER UNITS COMPLETELY FURNISHED ON 1.9
cat, 1974 PLYMOUTH
femol' found Work guaranteed. Jam** home park mobll home sand MOBH.B HOMKSi Why VAlIANT Crew Building Supply lake landscaped. Jn* S. Usher. ACRES. TMS BEST LOCATION IN TOWN WITH
Sunday ho will
pay AC. AT. sail
boon hit Strickland comer Morgan (pace for rant Phon. more? Buy direct from factory at Butler. 7/3 tfnchg. leelter, 4" -2124 *r TOWERING TREKS. VERY CONVENIENT.OWNERONLY
by but
car OK wholesale
now. Rd and price. ALSO. 1975
Hwy It. TFchg 468-2912. 3/22 TfchgtenCH.N.TTII *...ma.
,
l selection of 24. WI L PlNAN ISO 000.
Phono Lisa 964-5256: after 5 REMODELING. BUILDING. On. BR 1... 12 w d.s. STARKE HOME Ford 4WD. 4 ped. $3.900. USE THE LAUNDRAMAT at

p.m.. Itchg 3/24 REPAIRS. N.w kitchen' *, apartment, pool TV AC CENTER US 301 North. Open Phone 964-9376 after 5 p.m. Hwy. 100 by the Handy Way. THREE BEDROOM.11/2 bath, 1 LEFT. RAND NEW 3 BX 2 B CENTRAL
LOST French poodlo, white bath., family room. Brick vtllltle Included. Totally 9o du.... 1 to 6 Sunday. 9/34 2tpd 5/31 W. hove a _.h. dry fold unique fireplace, gorog, ,
with diamond studded col.tor. Mock concr.t. Fireplace furnished. W..kiy. monthly Phone 964-8741. TFchg 1972 CHEVY IMPALAt Good ervlcei ,29:;r per lb. Attendant extra clan HEAT. CONCRETE BLOCK, ONE HALF ACRE
I ;. Sunday at Sampson specialist. CrIHI Construe- rot.*. TEMPLE MOTEL 880 BY OWNERi Brick home with condition $800. Phone on duty tfnchg. TWO BEDROOM HOUSI on

lake. Roword, Phono'' tlon. Phon. 473-2108' or N T.mpl. Ave.. Stark.. 3 bedroom, :2 bath, living 964-8997. Itpd 9/24. quarter acre furnished In QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD ORANGE ST. a
782-3175.. Itchg S/24: 473-2578. TFchgBRADFORD Phon. 964-7337. 3/10 4tpd room dining SR 197 DODOI ASPSNi Station SEPTIC TANK AND GREASE lake Butler.iWO .
room on
SEPTIC TANK 5/31 230. I mil. from ....pltoI. wagon, 6 cylinder AT AC TRAP cleanout. new line, BEDROOM on* both LEGION TERRACE IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
.
: "'d. SERVICE Bradford residential ON KINOSLIV. LAKE Make Please call for ,. PS x-cleon, $2,993. Adorn reasonable. Jo* Foryth on on.half ocr. with lot of
; \1111 I I pump-oun, $43. Commercial your retervatlon now for 64-8878 or 9646701. app TFchg Auto Sal.*, KeyMone, 4311022. All bulne ap landscaping face* three VETERANS NO DOWN PAYMENT.
473-4470. 9/24:
Itchg
: and Industrial. Fully summer vacation*. Weekly preciated. 3/3| tfnchg, street.

...- .- ., '. .. .',- ,.".. licenced. Phone 9644121. rate*. AC Cottage, Phone VA/'HA.larg. frame, three 1977 CHIVY NOVA AT AC ONI ACM with 2 bdrm. trl.
TFchg 5332366. TFchg BR 2 bath CHI A, PS $3,499; Adam Auto WILL SHEU YOUR BUTTER- In Lok. Butler.Jene S.Ueher. SOME
pantry!
GOOD RICH PAID for used .ABY-SITTING In my home ROOM FOR RENT Furnlihed Irving dining' family room: Sale. Keyitan, 473-4470. BEANS f 1.90 par hamper or Radar 496-3124 OP OUR PREFERRED PROPERTIES
'mobile homo* If mortgage I all bedroom In large 4 BRhorn. Itchg 5/24 shall five and keep one. No 44-101. .
Monday thru Fri m
age glassed porch. carport, MH fenced IA priced right extre.
3/4 paid 1976 BUICK USABREl 6cylinder ford....... many
or mor. OLIN'S Call 496-3839
day. 964-6821. In khch.nprivil.g.s '
9/17 country
3tpd utility building drape, lullycarpetad. ...... Gaw.-$aautlfvl hme-Acreg*.
'MOBILE AT AC PS, PB. tilt
HOME SALES 5/31. SlOO/month 'Including US anytime. No collect call. TWO ACRES with
301 Hampton wh_' $2.693. Adam KINGUEY LAKIWln'ala .hews. let w. SW.
9645606. Op.n 7 day LITTLE ANGELS utllltle.. Auto Worthlngton Spring 9/24 doublewlde trl.' SR-121: 2
NURSERYl phon. S30'.. W. J. Trlgg. on .
weekly. TFchgWANTEOt Sol.*, Keyiton, 473-4470. 120 ...VftnM _,.. f.. nheua.barn, .t_. .w_
for waher. Phone 468-2313. 1/2 mile from lake Butler
open pr.-.chool owner/broker. 468-1642.
3/24 n".......
Itchg
Mobil. homo ox. children. Low rate. hot TFchg THREE ACRES Ideal forhom..lt.
aa and II,.*. Will pick up. meal, by day or week, KIVSTONI HEIOHTSi HANDYMAN TFchg with Imagination FOR EXTRA CLEAN wed con tfnchg.liffllfli( : ) .. Owner financed. IM1 Seering $ BR 21 CHBA Low utility. bill.
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and truck. *e*Adam Auto Rd. IOOW Groot" nice' Kerne, trailer
"DUN'S MOBILE HOME Phone 9648940. North lakefront, 3 BR, 2 bath.. needed for this home. 1 100 ACRES on SR-231 acre. ** pond huge
SALES 964-5606. Op.n 7 Keller St.. Stark. Control CH/A, all appliance, Require relocation from Sol., Keyilon. 473-4470. ',." _. ..I from RMC, Ideal for ubdlvl-- f ereee 3.2 ecre*.
day a wook. TFchg heat and cooling. Equal Opportunity carpet and drop... Lake Geneva. Phone Janet llchg 9/24 CO' Ion or oportmenti.Jen S.U.h.r S1S.SOO. Cott... en Wettmerelend, fun. Vt A.Beeutlful .
TOP CASH PRICE PAID for Employer. 5/10 Available' July I, annual M. Starling Broker. I ((904)) YOUR CHOtCBi 1978 Toyota MALI OX FEMALE, Full or Reelter, .*..2126 ... building M Bessent .J. S490.00.
'calm, staling, dental gold 4tpd 5/31. lease. $345/month. After Sp.m. 782.3931 or 782-3896. 9/17 Corona take up payment; part time: frlng.benefit In- 494-2901. B 'A, ACRES ....yth. Rd. $1478. en ecre.
ring. GF scrap jewelry ELEVENTH GRADE GIRL. 1.373.2296.5/17: 4tchg 2tchg 9/24 or 1977 Dodge A...-. take elude paid vacation; $4 ecre* $14SO.. ecre fenced gross.
chains, optical from.., need babysitting' lob during BY OWNER 1973 mobil. up payment: or 1974 Toyota hospitolliatlon flIf. Iniuronce' ; WORTHINGTON SPRINGS.. $12.590 2-stery 181 Cherry $.. Owner fin.
each.
watch band., otc. Phon. J. .umm.r at your home. 67Ads home, 3 BR. 2 bath on on. Corolla. $1290 Phone credit Insurance:company TWO AND ONE HALF' LOTS t story algid. opt. heuse t cettaee-Welnut St. Fur
I 5/24
R. Bulllngton, 9646250. Writ. .P. O. Box 606 Stork.. GetResults acre 'In city of Stork. Clean. 964-6580. "pel end union: profit-sh.ring WITH TRAILER, lot of tree* Urge "home, f 21.000. Lewtey, Owner flnenced.
.TFchg 5/17 2tpd 5/24 Cash. or term at 9 pct. retirement;; and plea- near Santa F. River on 'Income $570. _-..... "hem B duplex B cettege.
.YOUNG COUPLE with on. DAY CARE IN MV HOME Phone 964-7024. 3/10 TFchg. HttPI WI NEED BUYERS cant working condition dead-end _t, plenty of $.....000 1 SR 2B CHS everslied. eVeuble '0'." den.
,child desires 3 bedroom Morgan Rd. ar_. Phone Application available at privacy, 2 block off Sr. 12.000 Let IDO a 94* Comer Bredwy B Cell.
'homo with/without option 9647976. Cathy Taylor 5/17 APARTMENT FOR RENTs one 197.GILOW/ 72 ft. moblf WALDO AUCTION BARN any 5/24 Handy-Way 2tchg 5/31..Food Store. 121 Jan* $. What Reelter" I New brick big country heme, flreplete, I acre .
'to buy or to buy with low 2tchg 524CHRISTIAN nice 1 BR, furnished carpet home, central air and heat Rt.24'In Waldo' 494-2124 er 4942903.PROVIDENCIt $28.000-404 W. MotII -..... 2 story h_., center

down paymont. Phon. MOTHER ,It look. drape, lat and lost no pet nothing down take overpayment ., ... ,- .. ."1 $7.500. Lot-Hampton Oofci-Utr. : i ISO1 owner fin.
964-7652.: for chlldr.n or children. Phone 964-7521.: Good used furniture
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Itpd 5/24 Ing to keep in *, Lawt.y.
120*cre*. $118.000.) High a financed.
her home. Cheryl MOM, 5/24 2tchg 331APARTMENT I-30349-3218. 9/17 3tpd .New and ud antique 'fX"R', i'. //.Jf: ; : I ACRES WITH HOME two 13 301 N B rolling-Owner
acre Hwy Mergen Rd. Owner financed.
Crosby Lak. Trailer, 2nd FOR RSNTi 5/31 and merchandise I. \ well, ha trailer hook-up.
.. ; 10 ecres-t JOO en _re. Owner financed.
Small furnished "
rood with well and
ClassifiedAds to right on Boot Romp .HlcI.ncyapartment. BY OWNERS 1973 Champion eparate sop'tic
Rood. Itpd 5/24: close to town. 1265. 3 BR, 2 bath, AC, Open day weekly 2 Bedroom .Heve approximately tank; properly completely let... en leke Geneve-severe! heme. .
GetResults I FIRST QUALITY SIGNS sign Phone 964-7321. 3/24: 2tchg love, refrlg., on 1 acre In 10 a.M. to 5 p.m. 2 block from Moln fenced; one .half mile off $27,400 large room, fruit. tree*, walk everywhere.
pointing. Kitty the Brush. 3/31 Star..... 10300. 53.500 Street $190. Call 4962126or paved road on county $20.000. Deluxe MH HIt 2B CHSA near town.
: 320 N. Church St., Starke. OFFICI FOR RENTi for compatible down $137.01/mo. Very AUCTION EVERY FRIDAY 1962900.4/3 tfnchg. maintenance rood. Store en 301 27.100 ft eet*. Owner_....
3/24: 4tpd e/14 butlneti. 310 N. clean. Phon. 9647024. AND SATURDAY NIGHTS Commercial' Call It.-h.st Ios.Il.n-Owa.r fin.
TRIPLE. YOUR MONEYl Cash Ch.rry St., Starke. Office TFehq 7:30: p.m. TWO BEDROOM, furnished 28 ACRES WITHTRAILIRiDoublewlde ......Apertment cemplei-ln town-70.000.Owner fin
for U. S. liver' coin up ta apace only or completely' $139 mo., first and lull required. '$41.800. Rambling, older' hem plus 8 ..ro..

GRAND OPENING. 1964. Call coll.ct904.268178:1.5244.pet614 furnlhed with cecretorlal 1971 HOLIDAY MOBILE suitable for forming. 3 tre-Heert of Starfce-te .lee.or buy.
: help conference, room HOME 12x60. 2 BR, 2 bath. REGISTERGAS TWO BEDROOM IN WOR- SO ACRES of timberland on 42 ecre* .Inside city Owner llnenced.
SPECIAL MAKE YOUR TRAILER look copier etc. Phone 964-7521.: 32.000 BTU AC window unit. THINOTON SPRINGS. $165 graded rood. SJSOO 4 .let* Laurel Baptist. R....
Ilk. a home. Remodeling 3/24 2lchg 3/31 mo., lint and last required LARGE ACREAGE Brick .
Info.
Appt or Phone AND OIL 4BR 2B five *cre* out of city.
!Tun.-Up. addition, screened porche. FOR SALE OR LEASE two 964-3374 day or 782-3437 on on* acre 10t.J_ I.U.h. .AVAILABLE L.... Sent .. lot 70 400.116.Sg0fin.
8 cyllnd.r $20.95'cyllnd.r. to your home or trailer. department ttore*. 6300 .q. eve. I Itpd 524MART SOI S. ...... Si: .,. Realtor, 44-1126 or 80-.--200350

.$15.75 Paul' Framing' Fr.. ft. on Call Street. Will rentor ..64SUILP Bill Ellis AssocleteAisoclete 471-2180
: estimate*. Call anytime. ell together or leporalely. I 1 Jane S. Usher, Reelter, .
Brake Work Phon. 964-8013. TFchg Phone 964-7521.: 3/24 KAY Bottles .TJ 494-2134 er 44-2903. LucIR.C.nOaspry .944-8410
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W.Iding'Cutting WILL BABYSIT 'In my home 2tchg 5/31 COSMETICSLouisa a i
day or night. Hot meali, IN STARKI unfurnlthed
f.nc.d yard. Any age. mall two bedroom hou... Starling Motor Homes Fined HAY FOR BALE Jut cut; NINE ACRES .
TAD AUTO RE..AIR. Phon. 964-8731. Itpd 3/24 First and lost month and Coastal Bermuda hay; W/TRAILERi12; N.w PUBNITURCREHNI8HING
301 South across from] NEED TV REPAIR Doh...,'* deposit In advance. $125. Iv.nlng..413.30g2 bStfil! WaIfmKeaI highly' fertilized. $1.90 per tone. Cleared In cultivation
I' KOA Kompground' "31: Sal.. and .. Phone 473-3246t 9/24 3tpd KeyMone Height bale M. D.Snider.4962339.4x8 .
v' "* ...rv.. #-..MSM-H M..,.- ''c. 'ho" for Tim at the bam. Near Won ----- J
> 944-7923.. lithe"'S/24: .. '6/7 <*nTf7 .n 1'.... t.It 5/24 thlngton?fnchg.STEVE! $prIM". 4V6-3M9.. 1"/)4.21P4l5.I'!: ', :-.:YT5ESMt..I<-k.M 1 r mIOIEITSIEU r2l,

rSrwr I utM POOL TABLEi Also S.aUa*Acre. _
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would Ilk. free cnmuonuo ..... FrL ESTATE
: : : = : BROADWAY puppy. Call 496-2849. Itchg 8.4B4PJ! *>.
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.. Southside Elementary News 6 \ TREE SERVICE 9/24. I ...-.-.,tpa1M 964.7828

Dates to Remember: Cards and Skills Sheets to be sent Carter, Kim Fowler, Mel SummerUn, Removal *Trimming 1949 JEEP. WAOONEERiFour 086 N. Temple
May 23 Field Day for grades one, home with the students. Eva Hodge, Debra Slater, Nancy *Free Estimates wheel drive; mud grip tire;
two and three, 8:45: to 10:45 a.m. Wilson and Shawn Swain. l 473-4732 good engine transmission N Starke, Fla.
.tc. Fair body. 119.000 !Drilling.
May 28 Memorial Day Holiday, News from Mrs. Donna Gruen's Correction of last week's news: The Keystone HeightsHELP I mil... $1299. Call 4311114. > .
schools closed. fourth-fifth grade room: Best spellersof students listed as straight A's were after 3 p.m. tfpd 9/24.: Brick,$BR. 1 Vt B, Ci /Aon
May 31-First grades go on field trip the week are Sherry Lervellna, actually the best spellers of the week. 2" Thru 6" .10 acre.

to Jacksonville Zoo. Jenny Jefferson, Sheila Iris Straight A's are Richard O'Steen, RUMMAGE SAlli Saturday Fast Rotary
May 31- Title I Parents' Advisory Smith, Louise ShannonJ oey Theresa McCollum, Erika Gruen, May :26from 9 a.m. tit Drilling Equipment S,...."* 4 ... 2HB, FR
Committee Meeting, 2 p.m. Library. Dawkins, Tammie Honiker, Sheila Lynn Holtzendorf and Jay Hayes. WANTEDCORRECTIONAL ??Ralford Community STATE LICENSED with FP LR. DR. Ig. Kitchen

June 1 Field Day for grades four Henderson, Slim Martin, Angela Perfect score on Unit 12 Science test, Center Some baby equipment 50 .....s....ssa.sPumps 2 car garage 20x40
and five, 12 noon to 2 p.m. Manning Clevie Myrick, Marshall Monica Maslowski, Jimmy Wilson OFFICERI ; large slie woman and pool quiet neighborhood
...+., June Third grades go on field trip Phillips and Sharon Woods. The best and Paula McKlnney. Good spellers I: State Career Service men's cloth..: chitdr.nscloth.s CHI A.
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position at all mole correc- and household' ......
to Silver Springs. in assignment neatness goes to this week: Mike Chappell. Allison ,
June 7 Kindergarten Titel f and Sharon Woods Marshall Phillips and Denmark, Marie Doughman Laura Hanoi Institution. Item. Baked good also for New & UsedSaJesPartsService Small. frame bouse on 1
1 first grade Title I go on field trip to Angela Manning.Super Garcia, Ericka Gruen. Michelle Hall, Qualification Include IS I ale.. Itchg 9/24 acr* lot Ralford very
i Anastasia State Park. Spellers from Mrs. Carolyn Billy Jackson Jennifer ,Johns, year of age. high school reasonable.Ig. .

June 8 Awards Day for fourth and Canova's first grade are Chad Monica Maslowski, Theresa Mc- diploma character or background Fla. GED. good and ENDS.FURNITURE For AND ODDS Information AND. '
fifth grades 8:45: a.m. Whitaker Mark Carter Collum more 4 BR, from 2.8
Bruce Paula McKinney and Jeff E-Z TermsPlumblng on
l, June 8 Last day of school Report Fowler, Melissa Backus Celeste Sherman. paoge Starting of ctar..cm.salary $9.082, p.m., Itpd call 5/24.496-2466 after ...................... acree.

40 hour shift work week. 1948 PLYMOUTH FURYiS99 !
OJT approved for or best off.r. Call 496-3644. .? .... 2 story from. perfect
I' veteran. lor apartment. In town on
..... # ......... COMMUNITY NEWSwith I .. .6... .... .. Interested perten llpd 9/24. New Installation 2 lots.lowly.

should apply to Personnel'
? by Elizabeth G. Walker the family and other relatives for will begin June 11at 6 p.m. you are Union Correctional Institution Remodeling Repairs 2 dory house on

i Phone 1MH-4683 a few days. invited to attend. The Theme for this .P. O. Box 221: ...................... comer lot Macclenny.
<: First Born Church of The Living year Is "Jesus Wants You." Ralford, Fl, 32083.
! NAACP Banquet Set Saturday God: Friday 6:30 Bible Study, 7:30 Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: ((904-431-1212)). fLORILMD urranclP Ig. Brick 3 BR, 28 CHI A.
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Bradford County Branch NAACP Tarrying Service. Sunday School 55555 55 5 55.5.5.5,
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Den.
; Dinners will be sold from the kitchen DR FR lovely
r annual Banquet will be held Saturday 10:30 a.m., Morning Service 11:30 Saturday beginning at 11 ..m. All REAltf 17x34 pool.
26 at 8:30 at RJE YPCW 0 Evening Worship 7 PUMP & SUPPLY
May p.m. a.m. p.m. members are asked to cooperate with Phone 944-7700
" "cafeteria. Mr. Marvin Davis will be p.m.Free this activity. :391 N.Tempi*Avenve 1971 Mobile home set up
: the speaker. Donation $10. Canaan True Church of God In The monthly meeting of the Con- COMPANY on H ocr.lot.

; All members and Interested Unity s Monday 7 p.m. Prayer Band. cerned Citizens will be held Thursday Open S.$.A Sun.
citizens. are invited. Wednesday 7 p.m. Tarrying Service. May 24, at 7:30: p.m. The agenda 2I. 884 N. Temple Ave a n. 2 I."R. DR. FR. Brick
Scout News: All 6th grade girl Friday Church Service. Sunday will be the election of officers. The 1 ..dr_..., two both OHM In town on' dead
scouts are invited to a bridging School 10 a.m. Morning Service 11 nominating committee will presentthe from., large and roomy Stark, Fla. end paved Hr... '
, ceremony at the United Methodist a.m. Evening Service 6 p.m. slate of officers for the year. The corn. lot 16000.
Church next Tuesday, May.29, at 4 Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist public Is invited. SHOWCASEPIOP(1TIES.I j ''*411. $ BR, In city,
p.m. Please come. Church: Daily Vacation School IC.R.el.a WANT A FEW ACRES In 964-7061 moderately priced.
Sewing clan for adult under the country with 4 bedroom.

Basic Adult program A sewing classis 2 bath. $39,2OO. let ... Sempsen leke. 100
(in the planning stage for beginners ,.. .. ..... .... Box 1338 MOOILE HOME Ft. frontage.
who would like to learn to sew. Each TIN ACRES 10 pct. down:

person is required to have a sewing Cadette Michelle Klmutis recently Keystone Hots. 32088 nice or_. SCR VICI POLES At,.... en 101 North *

machine, or the use of a machine.The Interviewed Junior Troop '60S and 473-4003 South.
class will be housed In RJE complex.Sew found they were busy on their Cyclist, 40 ACRSSi $800 per ocr.. 100 AMr>

and fight inflation. Badge. They had a Joint meeting with LOVELY NSW MODEL with good maintained eland timber rood.on 1 ft 2 ecre let*. Graham

Register at the Day Care Center or 'Cadette Troop 520 and Brownie Troop HOMI 'In Keystone Ht*. county area, Graded rood.Term,

V-Tech Monday through Friday. 311. Sgt. Wehrli Safety Officer Only $39.900. Excellent E*..sl,..f.i Pleese cell
Watch the paper the beginning date of Florida Highway Patrol visited the buy -- Act before price Increate Vernl P. 0..... BrokenGRI. Brick 9 Br. 21. Ig. FR with

class. troops and talked on highway safety. *. Phone.....1476 '''. New River area.

Church Activities They also had a Court of Awards and "Pearl Andrew '944-7719 ** **. nav Associate. .
The Church of God of Prophecy: Fly-Up Ceremony. Thanks Sgt. Eve Petty T.... L G.Dell 9641NIMary W.IKOiMNe -. Richard Robert
services as Wehrli.A .PhM. 473-1118
Oak Street. Sunday
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GIRL SCOUTSMost Hamilton 964.'mF 44S 7339 "-.O.dwtJrittll .
5' follows, Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng first for Starke the Gateway PI

Worship 11:30 a.m. Evening Worship Council Senior Planning Board met at ". ."tx._ yWs.._)
6:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to troops in the Bradford the Country Club Sunday and It really n

attend Mt. Pisgah any and AME all services.Churchi Sunday Neighborhood are planning the Schoening.was an exciting Laurie afternoon.Mullins and Catherine Troop A YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDSIN HeSMAM TKAYLeX LANBCUARiNfi
special events for the end of the
School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 year 669 did a really neat Job of the decora
BRADFORD All
(Scout year) Brownie Troops 311,690 COUNTY FILL DINT
Worship 6 tions and the
a.m. Evening p.m. program was outstan-
Mt. Zion AME Church: Sunday and the 683 Starke recently Woman's enjoyed Club an overnightat with 37 ding. Big thank you to all who par. CALL Stark, Fla. 084-6374

School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 attending.They must have had a busy ticipated: Lawn, Patty Dirk. Todd, U No Mara 782.3422
'a.m. Evening Worship p.m. Cana and Joey. You all were great. Equipment On
night,they made Brownie Stew walking Hand
Pleasant Grove Thanks to Catherine and Herman for RILL POWELL .
UnitedMethodist salad, splatter painted made Tyro Wheel Drtv* toder WKrl Orcolng Bait
a
Church Each super banquet. Food was good also.
planters, macrame flowers, learnedto SmMDoterJOlSO 0 W." lINe/
Choir rehearses. Wednesday of each Flyers are out in all schools, this is .1 Lerge Ooier JD
the 7SO
fold flag had a weather fashion A Way BMd
week Prayer Meeting. Thursday School 10 show, skits and saw movies "FollowMe for fall scouting so please fill out and ::;;::1 IEAL ESTATE four Wheel Drive loader WWi Root Flak Or Bucket
return
(today) Bible Study.Sunday Girls" and "Visit with Lady so we can start making plans. ) anus CHIPpff5MAIIANDLAROEDUupTRUCKS
a.m. only. Baden Powell". Thanks Junior All sixth graders are invite to a I .' .'I' $ : )
Antloch Missionary Baptist Bridging Ceremony at the Methodist

Church i Each Thursday 7 .mi Woman's Club for sponsoring this. Church Tuesday, May 29 with 964-6464 24; Mrs. ---l ... -. 8rv.<:*w Pmttfdee.- ,. .......
Prayer Meeting. Saturday 8:30 U event. Cadette Troop 520 pleas try to at Undeleering
Choir rehearsal. Sunday School 10'Mt. Jw Troops 446 & 614 met at the tend at 4:00.To : '. J**** 0..04'' Oltohe
home of Georgia and Barbara LeCain Custom 'Ut Cfetring. ClMltat
ck.d.
a.m. United Methodi Church /or a swim party on. Saturday.22 enjoyed ASSOCIATE Work
Morlah will start Sunday the day at Kingsley Lai M..l.rlal8. Hauled

!Annual, May 27 Conference, in Lakeland. ReV. SUtt Thanks to the LeCains. Monday t sow it .lets difficult than to reap." CWO (RET) DOM OB SANTIAGO TotI8011 '1 .}, N50 DNy

will attend. It will end Jima a. same troops had their Fly-t. I PM DM L..woaly Heronry:Atn1

Mrs. Ethel Hall has her brother, Ceremony for Brownie Troops 690 and Goethe ,; .. 984-5378 ,- ,, ,, I. PIE Sad, '. 0taiIrr1lal4 Ro94
683 at Southside
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES: guest was their aunt : The Human .heart pumps over 2,000 gallons a day; 60 million gallons In a lifetime. rr '

Grace United Methodist: Bible Crews of Lawtey. 1drs"f\i'\

School Study Course at the church Mrs. Eva Feagle. of Jacksonville Mrs. Robert Ward, ;

every Wednesday night at 8 p.m. The Mrs. Lillian Jackson of Cocoa, and E.A. Sapp and Mrs. Pierce Crews .

church has a nursery for pre-school Mrs. HolUendorf. of Starke, visited visited Mrs. Fred Dodd of Keystone Of De'poiitsPaid
Certificate
children during Worship Services. Mrs. Flossie Rosier Thursday after Heights during the afternoon. 9.602% :k

United Methodist Women of the noon. Mr. and Mrs Fleam Starling were
church had a program meeting at the Miss Berta Stoudiemlr, of Jackson- supper guests of their son and 30 To 89 Days 6%
Wainwright ville was a Saturday overnight guestof Mr. and Mrs. Frank On B Month Money
home of Mrs Wilma on daughter-in-law, 1 Yr- 5%%
90 to
Tuesday, May 19. Mrs. Frank Coss Miss Martha Smith. Starling and children of Bryceville Market Certificates (May 2. i Days
the devotional. Mrs. Jewel Friends of Mrs. Daisy Thompson Thursday night
gave on
Roberts had charge of the program regret to learn that she Is a surgical W.S. Crews, Sr., and Fred Turner, Thru May 30)) 10,000 Mln s 1 Yr To 30 Mo.-%

and prayer After the program the patient in North Florida Regional of Jacksonville, visited Mr. Crews Investment :
ladles enjoyed a luncheon of chicken Hospital. Our prayers are with tier. mother, Mrs. Pierce Crews on Sunday 30 MoTo 4Yrs.. -

salad and strawberry crunch. Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis of Columbus afternoon. They Are Subject To a + '
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Ga., visited their brother-in- Mrs. Pierce Crews attended the Pens ities. Money 4 0\s .
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PERSONALS: law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Revival Meeting at Raiford Baptist

Mrs. Georgia Hicks, great grand- Wilkison, Thursday and Friday. Church on Wednesday and Friday Withdrawn Before assbook '

mother of Mrs. Fay Crouse, and her Mrs. Truby Wainwright returned nights. She also attended the Flower Maturity Draws

grandmother, Mrs. Beulah Browning, home from North Florida Regional Show at the community house at the Regular s 1 a rate

of Bryceville, her mother, Mrs. Hospital on Friday. Her son, Frank State Farm on Thursday afternoon.Mrs. .

Elinor Ursry, of Houston, Texas, her Wainwright and sons, of Jacksonville, Marian.Hall and Mrs. Cora Passbook 5%

sister and her family, Mr. and Mrs. visited her on Sunday. of Jacksonville spent the Rate Less
Stanley Betencourt of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Mciver of Ocala wend with their sister, Mrs. O.J.

and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crouse andfamily visited their sister, Mrs. Wilma Wainwright Anders. BOJDaysInterest

of Lawtey, enjoyed a get on Sunday. '

together and reunion on Mother's Dayat Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Gerrltt, of LAWTEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL .
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Orange Park, spent the weekend with MENU /

Crouse. their adopted parents, Mr. and Mrs. May 28-JUlie I

Mrs. C.E. Strickland, of Donald Wilkison ST., and attended Monday: No school Memorial

Gainesville, visited her sister, Miss church services with them on Sunday.Mr. Day.

Elizabeth Terry Wednesday until and Mrs. Casey Dobbs of Tuesdays Hamburger gravy, mashed ,

Friday. Jacksonville spent Saturday with potatoes, green lima beans,

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gallagher of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie peaches, biscuit, butterl milk. FARMERS & DEALERS Walk-In Bank Mrs.
DeLand, and Mrs Adelaide Kenealy, Dobbs. Wednesday: ad on lettuce Drive .In Hours

and her son.in.law and daughter, Mr. Dusty Roberts of Boca Raton,spent leaf, potato chips, saltines, buttered For Your Convenience
and Mrs. Jim Gallagher and family of the weekend with his parents, Mr. and corn, apple crisp, bread slice, milk BAN K 9:00: a.m. To 2 p.m.

Miami were guests of their son-in-law Mrs. Edward Roberts and other Thursday Spaghetti w/meat 71S; am. To 4:00: p.m. Mon -Thurs. Mon Thurs

and daughter. Mr. and Mrs Randy relatives. sauce, cheese, French fries tossed<
Roberts and daughter Heather, Friday Daric Harvey of Jacksonville spent salad, French bread, milk. 7:15 a.m. To 6:00 p.m. Friday Ol Lake Butler 0:00: To 2:00: p.m. ;

until Sunday. the weekend with his grandparents, Friday Boiled beans w/ham Closed ass W. Main St. 4:00: p.m. To 6:00: p.m. Fri. ':
Sat.
Mrs. Warren Kelly and her son-in- Rev and Mrs. Charles Starling and rice
seasoning, turnip greens, pears, 406-2101 Member FDIC :
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ben- family. They carried him home Mon cornbread, butter milk. Closed Sat.

ton Futch, of Starke, visited their day afternoon and ate supper with his

aunt, Miss Elizabeth Terry on Friday parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Starling.

afternoon. Casey Dobbs, Jr., and sons, of
CORRECTION Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville, spent Sunday with his

Joseph Starling are the proud parents grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie

of a daughter Pamela Ann, born Dobbs. YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE
Mother's Day, May 13, in St. Vin Mrs. Mabel Boyette of Jacksonville

cent's Hospital. Grandparents are spent Saturday with her son-in-law

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon (Dick) Starlingand and daughter Col. and Mrs. Wm.

Bill Mrs.Anders Holmes, St.of, Starke.of Jacksonville, Wilson.Mrs. Craig Carroll and children of GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST ',:

visited his mother, Mrs. O.J. Anderson Boca Raton will spend two weeks with > -'

Friday afternoon. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Trox- .

Deepest is extended sympathy to Mr.of the Dave community Tanner- ell.Mr, and Mrs. Fleam Starling attended SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN :L .

and family due to the death of his church services and ., .
wife, Mrs. Florence Tanner, on Homecoming at Oak Grove Baptist
Wednesday morning. Church in Middleburg on Sunday. .;

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Boyette spent the CLASSIFIEDSECIION. 1.

Ellisville, and Mr. and Mrs. Emory weekend with their brother and .. "......

Eunice and family of Gainesville, sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl ,', .

visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boyette and family of Columbus, Ga. ,'. ',', 7-
Harold Eunice on Saturday. They brought their mother, Mrs. O.J. .

Henry Hodges and daughter,Sarah, Boyette, Sr., home with them to Lake ,. ., '!

attended the Stock Car Races at Lake ,
City.Mr.
City Speedway on Saturday night. and Mrs. E.A. Sapp, of Long (" .

Mr. Jack Estes of Starke returned Bridge and their daughter, Mrs. ( : .

home from St. Vincent's Hospital on Robert Ward, of Starke, were Sunday .

Friday afternoon. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sapp's Shop The Sun's Classified s.ection :: 1

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fedak of granddaughter and family, Mr. and .

Starke were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Arthur Patray and daughters,


and their Mrs.brother-in-law Gene Pearson.and sister, Mr. Marlyn.and Keystone Marsha Heights.Key; of Lake Another Hutchinson every day for: ,greaB slloB-lngu: valu'.s.. ___ ::"' :: ;;; .. l )';

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BRADFORD COUNTY 4-H'ER that can be taught to younger .

NAMED CAMP: STAFF ASSISTANTA campers.
Those selected as staff assistants FULL TIME HOUSEKEe ALUMINUM SALES PEHSON.familiar INSURANCE. tALES. poraon.reef ..
Bradford County 4-H'er has been NVVAKEA. with aluminum screen opportunity for career
must be high school graduates this
CALL'77_AFTER. *:M. roam,_.....patio cover*a>etc.BABVSITTEft minded __. will train airs
selected as a Camp Staff Assistant ac summer. Anyone interested in 13-f707. Week, while Iralnlna. AAA
CHILD CARS 4 Ho1.5.NM0 ora_. EMPLOYMENT Low. Low Fee
cording to Mr. Lowell Parrish, Coun- typo
becoming an assistant next summercan for our a veer old 4. ..
your child' In for occasional babvslttma m our Term :ata.- NW II: II.J7144IMAHKBTINO
ty 4-H Agent. contact Mr. Lowell Parrish, _our_home.near.Call Sear'177431.LANDSCAPE .. Full. time. home. Some overnloht cere 4 MAJOKSIS
Gene Joyner 17, will be attendingone Bradford County 4-H Agent. --'W"w& '". Referances -
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of the five 4-H Youth Camps this all without to Person,..only.._e_ year old corporation. now ...,.-
4-H is open to regard rlenced need opptv __ LAND SURVEYINO..ori.. In. for ummar month. Full
summer as part of the Camp Staff race, color, sex or national origin. required. Apply to person enced party ch'''. Instrumentat time or part lima Earn tllOttOOweek
Turkey Creek Forest r.01 old nod /boon. AONv For Information call
Assistant Program. Gene was 430 NW lift St. L.L. Lee 4V A.....,'..... *MHMoawood aTo-foo.Ak for MV.Lavitm.FISCAL .
selected from applicants throughoutthe LOCAL 4-ll'ER WINS Experienced Bookkaope, Dr..Lake CI." ......I.TANT"All
Pull ch _....
ra. Needed
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male correctional klsllubn.Mull ':
state. AT AREA HORSE SHOW .
M. Send .
reeume tMttt experienceADMNSIRAM be school ..__. .
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The adults chosen were Shelly Raley of the Theressa 4-H a.Iry rawlr.m.ns to co. ASXTANTTO COKTROUft(
young Eat $365,G........P/.33.04. far Residential and have I year OMperlence In, ;
Construction Co. _'
selected for their leadership ability. Club won a 6th place in poles and a 6th Experienced In preparation ofmanHity boofcfcaaplna(no. Salary clerical/account-4M" Mweeklv.Neootlable :
They are previous campers and have place in barrels at the Area HorseShow 4> ASSISTANT .II financial statement 4. for well ouallfledIndividual. .
__ .. supporting details. MonltarIna .
I the ability to guide, direct and super held last Saturday at the .Ouioinu...1.I ekllllnv. for _II." .1. comp.Mer". c.... flow 4. budaet. I to tyears of ell Inmate vise youth. Each one of the 4-H'ers is Alachua County Riding Horse To SMOO. Call W_. irt4711. of public: accountm experience Inventory requisition sale*,etc. ,
txHpful Send r0um.0 .
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Snolllnv a snelllna Servicecheroe Call 9004..122. II.' taa tot
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skilled in various areas such as swimming Association Grounds in Gainesville. ,'. uerantoed*0 day*. alary Box.ass requirement Orlando,PL*tol-. o. E.p to.nt. Equal Opportunity "
crafts and recreation.The Placing this highly qualifies Shelly)) Ipdd"uCSDI :
I' Camp Staff Assistant Program to enter the State 4-H Horse Show
WE BUY JUNK CARS 1.77 KAWASAKI. K_. S cylinder : 1003 BMW ion Excellent condition. :
t was developed to provide young competition.4H FP.EETOWAWAV. t ./....... I yaar ..... MOO Air. AM/FM caaaette. ROMa :
adults with the opportunity to develop Is open to all without regard to Priced ale to too mil... lull face a panar 4-. Must drive to anO cl./O. .
Call anytime 7e-a7P or 700aO helmvt Incl_. Priced sum. C
MOO. Mutt Ml.34MU 174-41I1.
\ better leadership and camping skills race, color, sex or national origin. attar..S11dmt.STUDE0AKER. :
01HT T 1953 CJfVY Too l*.7 Silver Mechanically'7S OOOOE PANEL. VAN :
AM radio
4 N r..or.... .........nl".II" Hawk. Mechanically" vary pood won't last lone at siso: :
..c........ $3000 a 04101,177.0434 body ready far ...-....... Ask Call an-1471 between and 1. .
.. ing MM. Scott.)7e>_?itudentSMYKR
I tJ 65 MPH Driver Saves Only 34 Min. oas.Very 71 VOLVO.Good.1.*.condltlonVllemlar.*call 4 door Car sedan* A. 77 Kawa.41540.. New condition Eacallenf' tire roadmachine. .. .;'

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Crvtchlieid. MOTORS NC l'- tuooaoe rack /carrier
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TALLAHASSEE Drivers who 55 mph on a 50 mile trip Is only nine Door.77 OLDS Owned DELTA by ledy M .bank.....*pfflcar. *.- U..Autharlnd.*._.. Lake VW Oe.ler City..... CLASSIC 917 :

; drive at 65 miles per hour on a ZOO minutes. Immaculate condition ax- 77e or 44-1141. Custom made uaettl renllca noadtar lust completed. 1 t

mile trip will arrive at their destination Drivers who drive 60 mph on a 100 000__MI..Only AM/FM I mi,Stereo.)/ -7>7 CTW4S. c.TNlfa.171 VW SCIttejoeeo.air/ a soa a.AM-FM*.MO .Call anytime I7a-7MI. .

only 34 minutes earlier than those mile trip will get there only nine IV7S' 'CUTLASS SUPflEME ;": tire*, runt. .oreet.look '77 DATSUN B110 ;
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better.
even Air Men Malchback 4 wo d air condl- ,
I who drive 55, says the Florida minutes earlier than those driving 55. S door 014,104. burpundv. top S. beem':mid warn thy blue. 1957.40.NARPOED3AUTO. .
Inhirlor. 19 mpo AMt FM .
tape.SJ7T5.
Super at Must all. IMFOKTS
Highway Patrol. Those drivers who drive 65 or more will fr.4. )7,,_. _!.keep trying,Student.t / rS
"Very few 200 mile trips being miles per hour must look out for I.

made would be affected by arriving 34 speeding tickets, the possibility of a j:
minutes later. If drivers would collision during the passing of other

h seriously think what they will be doing traffic and lower miles per gallon. &_uv.low.....111III.... ctoe_*Inc t* school dlnu LAKE IWAN I7o' N. ___. 1 :.
homeMte. .
I during the first few minutes after The last item is becoming more im ulV"_' 313-3.14.: tia.ooo acre siooo eautifui down tree and* ; j

2 i their arrival, they could probably portant due to fuel price Increasesand I/a AC** on private...... Land trad/month. 7nsa..owner.I a.;? i

drive at 55 with no trouble on most a shortage of gas. scaped. fenced.r.....cumtem... Decking.builtdoublewlde It well tread beautiful acres.Appro ?

1: trips" says Colonel Eldridge Beach, "It is just good sense to drive S3." LOW CASH to *<*'. mortoap*. .Laundry roam. W W.SJeVM.V tucknee lmetely__I.mile. ideal from In.1.leha./.. t.. \
r Patrol director. concludes Beach, "so won't you helpus no oualltvtnol 4 .*). abattl,fami OWNE LOVCLV HOME ....n.. or vacationproperty.. ;
ly roam, split floor plan. Many. In T.._ a'S-HMS, Jaauallne slnlalen :
The difference between NW.Living room dining :
65 and life? room
mph save .
your many entreat Call I77-SI7I. foyer, kitchen, 4 Aaaac. Inc. PEAUTOai '. ,
t ", TWO 3000 10. Wor uoo N .*.a born on aauMe family wooded room.....a Jack --.A......*. ;: 1
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liD.AUR INC.. REALTORS'" 1tm S4 H. ;: :i
BEAUTIFUL Stick Horn. a ;
.y 00100/-3.., t bath, plush Ira m*uixiii. ,'S bath*. Meet. OTC b 4 III NW Q1 51 )
,carpet, family ream. screen air, carpet: fireplace, full kitchen.
4 porch, double carport drapeix b._'. Irrigated fenced f for M65 rm.rfv. 377 8660.FOai _
all kitchen appliance*. .....,_. .roan, nv trailer sari tMjmo.o { '. .
4IM: NW JUt Terr 171.734NICeLY : duon payment, NO cloalna SALE .VOWNEMaaos :; 'i
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', WOODED LOT on .*. .IOC a.WOOD SUatM VISION "
i ..cr.I"'..**.aM ALMOST MEW MOUSE. Not yet _'. poy real .*'.$. _*. .1.lion. 1
:b ,', Lovely starter name. buy from owner. within ... t ;
: ,r COW,... LAKE LOT. on Man t=. .re-. air/neat WaH t*wall of school, ua
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rl1 ,.. : __. ...._ c:..-. Quiet, NW location. snog t.faJ"ll.-; : ==., Uvtno room. :
-- A.. ,,;;{ V".A. down. Assume. payments. of temltyreom. 4 pa),a 14-.0.4-
I .. FP.OMTAOE. small SOT aoIN. __at year...._ rota office off double atrip '.' :
What considered today's best beef cattle a new breed creek, lot. of frees en tit,* tvbacresil Qualifying. wm. Mall ,: ,',.
are ., ,,, d 4' .. AC.. aieelty Realty of Oolneivtttea ; Call for appomtmoM. to so*. .
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called Santa G.rtrudu, i Is a crossbreed of the Braham ,. Crp.. 1.4044131. >BALTo s' )7>an ira-KB 0101.',.al4ia.Eusinasa
the Black Angus the Shorthorn and the Hereford l
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DWIGHT SLATER'SOpen Good___IXMX 3714030.CYPOESSPENCINO _'. 44041.
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{ Food & SOil Lewis ara-4747" ,day. praised. Slow. Must sell 100"JL.firm. '. ;, '
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