Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01708
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 31, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01708
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'myBmvenfs Suspended =1e t .whether Bowen topu tioteCedtbeUwsof '' SINCE 1879 ,
they engaged In the ,
daytnBradfoflon Rir., w' Hardy odefending *arks wholesale .+ 'J 1'
.. g.o. wl be- Bowen against the animals in the '.. .
Other felony charge when testimony begins firearm, with UtUe I 'f .'
handed .
down the
jury by Tuea the safety of the cttfefory.: 'it: "
March are misdemeanors The state contends that Bowen lied I" \ ..
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and will be handled in coun when he denied giving an order to city theHardy i t ,
ty court Later. guilty perjury: 1
for pleadM. ,
officer to shoot roaming, stray dogs. court: asked a .
Ataf8tant| State Attorney Tom Tnexsity had received numerous I corn- soon as possible In thin; .
Elwell said Jury selection, scheduled plaifewabout stray dogs said the police chief position
to begin at 8 a.m. on June 4, wW pro The grand Jury report stated: election this year and the .islior. .
bably take longer than usual. Bowen "Chief, Bowen has continued the to be settled so that 4. I The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven -

is veil known In the area and public employment of high-ranking officers, move abead with plans to'peek:; .! ,.
<' c-- ty of the case has been substantial. who with full knowledge of the Chief another term In July. He was,1lrt
,, r..,., Jurors must have no preconceived no- and even acting at nil direction elected in 1073 time Thursday, May:Jl. itT ,- ,

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Proposed to ZonersSaying


that the Planned Use 187,000; 12 single family dwellings
Development would be more In keep- valued at $261,70811; additions totalIng ..
Ing with the wishes of nearby t3 ,l40 and two commercial permits .
'. residents Jack Courtnay asked the were issued valued at 141240.
Bradford County Zoning Board to ,A large commercial building is
allow development of 15 acres next to planned by Gilbert Crosley as a
the Keystone Height golf course. trailer manufacturing plant. The ,
4 plant to be located about three miles
J't' Courtney said 33 or fewer south of Starke on U.S. 301 will be used ,
residences would be clustered
along "
to build boat and horse trailers as
u the edge of the golf course with
well as general utility trailers.
recreational facilities Including a
Gaines said 96 building inspections
: n bin iKfd and tennis courts..He
swimming pool
f' r had been made in May and fees totaling -
said streets in the development would l'I
and an office building $1,637 ,I
would constructed to handle sales I

in the development In the southern
corner of the county. Summer School \
The board wilt review the plans at .

I the next monthly meeting, on June 26. .
in the Bradford County courthouse Session' Set .1

Courtnay also represented a church f
group which wants to begin construe
rLt'' lion of a new building near Keystone. June25-Aug.l

H-: The United Methodist Church, which
P A five-week summer school program
v received Its official recognition in
r- starting June 25 and ending
multIpurpose '
May, plans to construct a
August 1, will be offered at Bradford
a esl ,' building as the first of three
site located High School and SUrke Elementary
structures on a 10-acre V4
School for students who will be retain.
south of Keystone Heights on SR-21.
1 4 4IT ed and/or for secondary students
The board unanimously approvedthe desiring course credit.
zoning change from residential to Students in grades K-5 will meet at '
special use. The classification SUrke Elementary School StudentsIn
4 stipulates that construction must grades 6-11 will have classes at
'1 nor( t {h begin within six months. Bradford High School. Having a program
..' Brooks Callaway, a spokesman for in only two school centers will
the group, said an architect would be result in appreciable saving of energy
i y'y .t hired and predicted the structure and will also make it possible to group
.." fr'-' I-;44 '. .r..........;;;..,... ..._w.- UDIi __ __ -' .....--- Should be started within six months.In students for a better instructional )\

LJ who lost Ie fn the Southeast Asian conflict Veteran. Denton D Voe. Gerald BjilUe lad JUwrence Mosley. In rear *' other action, the board approved according ,|o Mrs. Lucille
r Vietnam veteran Wayne aree a g ; 11",4"," Ronnie C.: Davis to,_.Josram.: eurrlculunVi, ,
*tit the late Sixttggyeceivea: Certificate of Appreciation from (l-r) County Com- alsojMresfcttte,CefUmatei of Appreoiafeev Ua4Mw plain au (tip "mlnS1aboutTSur MMrttfiWMr! 'roW; .,,11t'W&trnH'I\\' p"r'4tNMlA
Chairman Director BUI veterans were honored Monday during M.aiartat Day ceteitaonles. .
1 : m..1on. MuzIv47nferrCbamberof Commerce Wilson new houses along SR-230 one mile' _.iri and' end at U:30'.ml BUS .
,I\ a and American Legion Post 56 member Bill Haas. east of SUrke. Real estate agent students may adjust schedules to

\ \f<" Ralph Bryan represented Davis at the meet requirements for course credit
meeting. July 4, 5 and 8 will be school

j'. Veterans Memorial Ceremonies Bryan answered complaints from holidays.Limited.
Vietnam Honored in
Day neighbors by saying that no one wouldbe bus transportation will be
asked to move their cows or horses furnished to transport students from

Some 60 local residents honored veterans of the Vietnam War on Memorial Wayne Hardee, n taxidermist who lost a leg in the Vietnam War; from the surrounding open rural land. Brooker. Hampton, and Lawtey. No
: Day in a brief ceremony In front of the county courthouse in a calmlunlit Mon Lawrence Mosley. a Stare auto repair firm owner; Starke Police Lt..Denton Bob Shannon Jr.said he had lived in school lunch program offered will be :-
: day morning far different from the Southeast Asia Jungles that;were the site of DeVoe; Timothy Wilkinson a Lawtey farmer and Gerald BatHe, an emergency that area since 19S5 and didn't like the offered. j I
i! the longest war the United States has ever fought. medical technician with the Bradford County rescue service. Idea of nine new houses coming In. He Letters of intent to participate in

Five local residents who are veterans of the Vietnam conflict were presented Hardee served with the First Marine Division In.1968-x9. said he was not against progress but home the summer with students program this are week being Mrs.sent .

; certificates of appreciation by members of American Legion Post 56, County Mosley was a member of the 9th Infantry Division in 63-69 and was recipientof was houses concerned in such a small about area.that many Payne says, and should be returned to I'
.' Commission Chairman Maxie Carter and Chamber of Commerce Director BillI a purple heart. the student's teacher no later than
I I Wilson, Veterans whom plaques were presented by Carter and Wilson were DeVoe was a member of the First Calvary Division In 6S-69 on one tour in The development. originally plattedIn Monday, June 4.
1941 called for lots of 123-by-50 feet.
Vietnam and returned in 69-70 for a second tour while attached to the 229th Aviation
: students have
I. and is of two hearts.Bailie The larger lot size will be consideredin If parents or any
I Battalion, an Army helicopter unit recipient purple should either
questions they phone
SenliorAwardsNight was in the Army but served on Navy gunboats in 67-x8 which patrolled the replat submitted by Bryan their school Mrs.
principal or
: the rivers of Vietnam, one of the most dangerous assignments of conflict which will come before the Bradford the school board office.
wn at county :
liJr" 'utricr. on Tap winner.Wilkinson erved in the Army's 173rd Airborne Battalion and Is a purple heart County The zoning Commission board on recommendedthat June 4. phone 9646800. .

The ceremony was part of national and statewide observance of the Vietnam the replat and rezoning be approved

f \. Tuesday, 7 p.m. conflict. Both President Jimmy-Carter and Florida Gov. Robert Graham by the commission.
I / declared the period from May 28 through June 3 Vietnam Veterans Week. The board approved several rezoning -. BHSBMS Choral J
\i iSaturday.June2. Senior Awards Night is set next "We are gathered on this Memorial Day to pay tribute to our veterans who requests for advertisment during
Tuesday June 5,' at 7 pm. in theBradford served our nation so diligently. Let us pause for one minute of silent prayer in June. Public hearings will be held on J
High School auditorium, ac- memory of those who gave their lives and to whom we owe a debt of gratitudewe the following requests on June 26: Concert SetTommorrow >}
\ cording to Principal Jim Duncan. can never adequately repay," stated County Commission Chairman Maxie -John D. Watson wants to build two
"It's an opportunity to recognize Carter. single family dwellings on three acres '/
outstanding seniors who have excelled "Today we particularly honor those men and women who are veterans of the located about two miles south of Night
,,. \.' in scholarships and extra curriculaf Vietnam conflict These veterans endured the pain and suffering of.war in 'a Hampton.
'"' activities, Principal Duncan land far from their beloved country, families, and loved ones. -Albert F. Young asks to build a vaccuum -
; 'h-' says. Winners of college scholarships "Many were destined never again to see their homes and families. cleaner repair shop and sales The Bradford High School ,and :
,, .,\,-:', will be also be announced and "Those who returned earned home to a nation divided in controversy over the area on half an acre located on U.S. Bradford Middle School choruses .j i.., '
,i. recognized.In morality or Immorality for their participation In this conflict 301 Just north of SR-233. under the direction of Don Hardy will
: tf. awards night any BHS depart- "Many suffered Indignities as prisoners of war, and brought back the scars of -John Hendry would like to expandhis present a concert of sacred and i

:. s ment, such as math, social studies,or war. parttlme upholstery shop and secular choral music this Friday t
.1 .;.;.,... English, will present awards to "All who returned were bewildered and discouraged by the attitudes of manyof build a structure on half an acre evening June 1. in the BHS, .
: CAR WASH ', outstanding members of the our citizens because they were net welcomed a brave men and women have located half a mile north east of auditorium. '
i. : Brad. Furn. graduating class. been In other wars. They were pictured as unfeeling mercenaries guilty of SR-100 on SR235. Curtain time is 8 p.m. This will be r
f' '; heinous acts of cruelty. We quickly: forgot or appeared to forget that these men -Robert E. Gahagan asks for the final concert for the 1978-79 '
Softball 10a.m.til.Team' The public is invited, especially and women answered their country's call to duty. These people gave generously reclassification of two acres Just west season Hardy sayneA <\

:.3ft;..... Carl Hurst ,r".1' parenU. of their lives and fortune Just as have all our' patriots since the founding of our of Starke on SR-100 to build a Seventh highlight of the concert will be the
? Primary purpose of the awards great nation. Day Adventist Church and private of the Bradford High
Service hiCm ; performance
I :... rM_. Station'. ,\ I night to set the awards presentationapart Today we remind them that we have not forgotten them and we solemnly school: That congregation presently Pop Ensemble. \
,);-.,.. ": ','f..'--.:"' from the graduation ceremony acknowledge our overwhelming debt of gratitude and.promise we shall never holds services in a small building on Admission Is $1.50. The public Is Invited
Monday"; June 4 Itself, say Principal Duncan. forget their service for us and for our country." SR-230A, according to Ralph Bryan. -

t ,fiUFJ. -Joe J, Fields wants to build a non- The choruses will be performing
ElksAEIkettesLodge denominational prayer chapel on musical highlights of the 1978-79 ;
1102 SR-100 about one mile south of Starke. school: year. This year's high school
;, Dinner 1 p.m.Meeting ;,", -Louise: E. Bell requests use of two, chorus participated in the Florida i I
"r':: 1 p.m. i: acres on the north end of Edwards Vocal Association District 2 chorus .t:
,' : \, Loop about 500 yards from SR-100, to contest and received an overall .: G
construct a commercial greenhouse. "superior" rating, making the BUS al'I'
"'' Prolec ASS iIp ,At the close! of the business session chorus eligible to atend the FVA state ,'I

.' Advolsory Committee zoning director L.M. Gaines reported contest held this year at Florida State
x',<:, Meeting 7 p.m.' 40 building permits had been sold dun University in e
': \, Sen.Adm. Bidg. ing May with a total value of 626088. chorus received an over 'excellenI,:*

,J N.Temple Ave.'' : That Included IS mobile homes worth' rating state contest a rare feat for ,J

J I :ii,, rit groups participating' for the first ;, !

Tuesday,Junes ..... Man Arrested time, Director Hardy says :. "Y" '
t Hampton Potential for building a lirst'rate ,
\ Lawtey City,V.'.,. Ii Hi IRI chorus at BUS and BMS is very high ,;'" f
Council 7:30 p.m. After Cranking 7Yic/ but success! is dependent upon schooladministrative I I
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and ,
community support .
s ,'.1' \ 'I A Hampton man escaped serious Injury states Hardy. ;;J I
.* HESaturday,June* 1' wj sr4, i_ Monday night when his tractor- i '"'t,10
t trailer truck 'careened out of controlS -l ,
ri Lawtey Dixie Youth* LriI N.J. Woman Arrested ":\
O feet before slamming through
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rf Assn. Dance f '
'* t several small pine trees and hitting i
3? Lawtey E'.m'
J5 .feterla'' 1( tell p Franklin Slade 4L was QnSchool Ground ,
east-bound on SIt-16, one "ana one- A New Jersey woman was arrested:
.' Ji :; Courtesy of A: third miles'went of SUrke when his ,by Starke Police, shortly; before noon ,
. {JACKSC B8ILBI9H&' & I / rig ran off the'road onto the south Friday. May 25, for soliciting ''dorv&.

l. ,' .. ,,. .' shoulder 304 feet, swerved across the.road tins for a church: trespassing on
.: lj'7. 74 feet and travelled 183 feet on school' property \, '
J ::4; SuPPLY of Sfa ce the north shoulder, knocking down Gwen Dorothy"Baldwin, 2ft, of Had- ,

; ? 3{- 'ae4-eoie' small pines and finally coming to donflekL N.J., was charged with not
: Hwy,301
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S. -- ,-- ""' "ToJa..e --' '--" '- -- ----- rest after hitting* telephone pole. having soliciting permit and for'
't' .. ..y.tone K.K hlr ; tie to-oM persons IUed i by the'four VleUiam pkUly vofcnUry gesture on the part'e u..residents. at-, Slade was charged with DWI and. trespassing school.: property, 'aC/! ry.

f,I...'" :. :;=: Hwy, 473-4973 100 AM aiAvf ,, ', .:','' .Veterans homered Monday,toshake, Ute",ttaMls, a comtending the MemeriaLDay eeremoaiM. resisting arrest without violence. cording: .to,police, reports y'" J'i'

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.., .Fred Delano Johnson, 37. of Hampton
I was sentenced to five yeartife
.. .. state prison Tuesday after be pleaded
guilty to two1 of lour charge made;
against him concerning a December

incident .
The court accepted a guilty pie*on
armed burglary and criminal attempt
of murder In this first degree. The
state dropped two aggravated battery
charges. :
The case alleged that Johnson
A 0-foot right-of-way does not entered the home of his former wife,.
allow space for fishermen to turn
Gladys Mellon about midnightx!
their boats around at the boat rampon
December 30 carrying an ax handle
Therefore, the
Hampton which had been hollowed out and filled
YOU BUY trallered rig must be backed about .,
with lead.
200 yards from the nearest turnaround u ,.', ?' I "" ry Johnson hit Mrs. Melton and her
fishermen complain. : .
aw "?' '. husband with the ax handle. J
THE BURGER Johns and Red Alvarei showed :;"\ : Judge Osee Fagan pronounced a

ramp angle slopes sharply rather five year prison term In the case to.be
than allowing gradual descent t*the .. followed by 10 years of supervised
Any 3lz. Single DouW rr5. water. They haven't been fishing here probation. "-'.'.
since the Bradford Commis-
Or Triple County In other cases heard Tuesday in
lion had the Installed. In
Circuit Court,
Bradford County
and January.. II. i Aa'''''lIfIJJ ;'\4< ,, : '. '"' ''''''''':'>'j1'I-r_.._ 1I'I! Y""o.'.T"," :', ;w, several defendants let pleaded guilty
rather than racing trial In June.
I. Jerry L. Hollilield, 25, of Starkepleaded
SUNDAE'S Complaints Will Be CorrectedShuford guilty to grand theft am):'*

THE ; presentence investigation was' ...
Bradford County Commissioner A Bradford County fisherman, Ed- damage to a fiberglass boat, Johns ordered.
( Dave Shuford says the complaints of win Johns,drove his boat to Hampton said. Barbara Virginia Dougherty
ON US JfltUet fishermen about the boat ramp at Lake last week to point out the difficulties Shuford said the steel would be Young 21, St Augustine pleaded guilty
FOy. 1.t\. fj Hampton Lake will be corrected. being voiced by county replaced by concrete when the crew to burglary of a structure. 7., ..
Shuford said county crews installed residents about with the ramp. lowers the pitch of the ramp to an Belvin Gene Young, 21, Sti
the ramp temporarily in January, First of aU, the county only has a angle that will slope directly into the Augustine pleaded guilty to burglaryof
during cold weather, and the slope 40-foot right of way leading to the water. a structure.
Thurs .oU\ Sat. will be changed as soon as the water ramp.The space is not wide enough to Herbert Allen Pons, 32, of Waldo.
warms and the road department crew drive down to the lake, turn around Shuford pointed out that the two pleaded guilty to grand theft auto.:
Fri Sun. can get to it. and back onto the ramp. prefabricated concrete slabs were Vivian Delores Burch 28, of Starke
brazier. Shuford was not sure of the time purchased, along with several others, pleaded guilty to aggravated battery
301 South when the changes could be made, He The next problem Is a piece of steel when the county needed them for Purvis Gerome Durr, 24.0'
said it depends on when the water framing at the waters edge that attaches bridge construction. He said the carrrtys Jacksonville pleaded guilty to posses.-
gI1M. level drops and the county crew can to the concrete. The steel is dragJlne equipment could move lion of marijuana.
-_ be scheduled. slippery when wet and poses potential them Into proper position after crews Lawrence Wilcox of Lawtey Correctional
go below the water to saw off the pilings pleaded guilty to possession?
A ... n 11III111 n l !! the desired
to height. marijuana. .
Douglas Purslfull, 22, of Florida State
The county designated$11,424 from Prison pleaded guilty to possession of
FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGEEconomy. federal exile tax money for the a weapon by a state prisoner. ". '
Hampton Lake boat ramp, accordingto Sentencing of these defendants will 1
Bradford County Clerk Gib Brown.He take place after presentence''In:: -
U.S.301 Starke, Fla. 964-7871 said the county gets the money vestigations are completed and

Custom Poly .78 Passenger Tire Ad Good Thru June 14 1979 through the state from taxes paid on returned to the judge for review,' ""
fishing equipment. No property tax
Feature. ,4 ply poryetter In other court business,
conttructlon 78 *"""" -_ ---__ money went into the ramp. heard a motion for a new trial
'... rib aiG1&14'30.00 FREECOKESAND in the shooting case against Roosevelt
,, UNICO MAGNIFICENT "3" B-660 Shuford responded that the tem Carroll. A Bradford County jury convicted
A78.I3 24.00 G7H5! 31.00 COOKIES MULTI-PURPOSE GREASE NLGI *2 porary measures were taken so that Carroll of shooting Ronald Par-

Foatuns.. .NowmWof...Shew stable...High oiddationReilitance fishermen would have some access to rish, the proprietor of the Red Honey
E78-U '28.00 H7MS '32.00 During This Sale EKtllint rust protection the lake until the slabs could be per- in Starke. .
Water and wuhout mutant Non-corrotlv manently positioned. Attorneys told the judge that Parish -
withstand heavy load. testified he had been'
F71U 29.00 molS 33.00 June 4th Thru never con
'17.OOwe THE HKAUKOKO victed of a crime when in fact he had
All prices shown Plus F.E.T. S1.e2-S2.96 June 14, 1979 UVioMubaaOfcs COUNTYTELEGKAPII' served prison time for a conviction.No .
15* 19.00Super decision on a new trial was announced -

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(Thos,lead...N tompart wlh. Calf .Manna at much mi cott.' )Can Summer Vacation
COLDENSMALRIN' 'IUCIO 10% OFF ,be let to calve show calves, and nonet. Can make ine
., ..MrilNTCHTIIOCI r r c mnt cart starter by inwt;I'},Starter Bootter Pell '- J/l/
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I 4-H Members and Parents Gathered for Annual Awards Night Presentations. I

About 200 members of 4-H Clubs; In"i The following 4-H'ers received Blue Others receiving Blue Ribbons Audrey Pierce, Wayne Cribbs, Kandy Dobbs, Marvin Wright Monroe Harts Conservationwtteers WI'IP' sobolos Atp
i Bradford! County and their parents Ribbons and Medals for their outstanding were: Darrell Jones, Monroe Harm Harris, David Hamilton, Drew Andrews. Ion, Keith Moody, Linda Hodge, were: DiM Grce. sandy "
filled the dining tables at Starke project work at last Thursday don Bruce Howard, Annette Brian Whitehead, Jamie Tammy Baldree, Tish Goss, Pam Harris, Rob$*. May _*). DarrS
Elementary School to watch the annual night s annual 4-H Awards Dessert: Balkcom Debbie Parrish, Melissa Whitehead, Jamie Slater, Shawn Willlngham, Joe Reichert, Carlton Jones. \
awards presentation Thursday Susie Welch, Ken Howard, Roger Gee, Jody Rising Mark Gee, Joe Hart, Michelle Stilwell, Daniela Jones,Darla Roberts, Bruce Howard, Watts and. Wheels OMWi scholarship
nlRht. Dobbs, Amy Black, Tony Anderson, Hagan,Randy Balkcom, Enoch Starling Rigby, Denise Booth Ken Plemons, Carol Fussell Deborah Green, Donna winners were Ken Iwward and
Drew Andrews, president of the Melissa May, Lynne Waters, Doll Lisa Mosley, Randy Merritt, Claire Winkler, Frankie Andrews, Marsh, Sheri Nipper, Tammy Mann, Randy Merritt.
organization served as master of Waters, Randy Merritt Barbara Belinda Melson, Priscilla Welch, Brand! Herndon, Deborah Phillips, Susan Navalany, Becky Anderson, Tony Anderson, LfM Waters and I i.
ceremonies Introducing the awardpn8enten Tetatone,Deena Cox, Debbie ParrUh, Randy Starling, Tammy Peeples, David Fussell. Susan Navalany, Chris Cribbs, Sharon Fussell. Randy Drew Andrews WM seheUrshlps to [
throughout the fast mov- Suzanne Dyal, Deborah Green, Randy Kim Smith Donna Mowry, Ken Michael Navalany,Doll Waters Marvin Merritt. Robin Griffls, Melinda God- Florida toH'. I
ing evening that saw more than 250 Balkcom, Bruce Howard, Doug Howard, Amy Black Melissa May, Wright, Tammy Moody, Karen win, Donna Mowry and Shannon receive a Wren Ws selected to t
awards handed out Green, Chris McSpadden Tammy Heidi Cribbs, Mary Wright, Ginger Hello and Debbie Roberts. Ford. scholarship to National 4-H '
Bradford County 4-H Coordinator Moody, Annette Balkcom, Randy Herndon BiUy Stroud, Kenna Wilker- Those receiving Red Ribbons were: Receiving White Ribbons were: Citizenship Short Course In
Lowell Parrish Introduced Extension Harris, Kevin Starling, Michael son Robbie May, Sherry Herndon, Abby Foster, Mike Rourke Robert David Reichert Randy Merritt, Pam Washington, D.C. '
Agent Bobby Taylor who read the Stilwell!, Randy Starling, Sharri Joe ReiChertt Shard Dobbs, Janice Carver, Jamey Carver, Mitch Taylor, Mary Wright Cindy Taylor Those receiving partial scholarships .
outstanding club award. Dobbs,Carlton Jones, Martin Hunter s McSpadden, Sheila Williams, Harmon Underbill, Jr., Ken Howard Tammy Turlington and to County 4-H Camp>> at Cherry
Cheers filled the room from the Chris Cribbs, Audrey Pierce, SherriHarrell Anderson, Genie Rising, Rebecca Debbie Roberts, Debbie Hello, Betty Tammy Barnes. Lake were: Don Green, Doug!Green
Lawtey 4-H members who were very Cliff Brunetti, Donna Anderson Deborah Green, Lynne Turlington, Heidi Cribbs, Shelby Those winning scholarships to Monroe Herndon. Tammy Moody
pleased to edge out the Brooker Club McDavid, Shelly Raley Michelle Waters, Tony Anderson, David Sellers, Mary Wright Sharon Godwin Counselor Camp were: 'Doll Waters Melissa May Deena Cox Audrey
that has won the award for severalyears. Stilwell,Tammy Mann,Joe Reichert, Reichert Joel Brewer, Jodie ,Sera strong,Amy Black,Car Tammy Baldree, Joe Reichert and, Pierce Becky Anderson, Bruce ,.
John Tinnier, Jamie Slater. Drawdy, Connie Foster, Sara Crews, rie Tammy Moody, Robert Sheila Anderson Howard. ""'


I Brooker Town Councilman Say They're Satisfied With County Road Repair Work ; I

Roads hi Brooker have been ada- get the job done, but they could five montns. The worker will be paid members. He said the departmenthas Marshall Tommy Raulerson told .Unanimously voted to try to have
quately repaired, Brooker City Council understand the hold-up. by federally-funded organization. only two members legally. council members he would step-up enforcement the city truck fixed if repairs do not I
members agreed in Tuesday Major requirement set forth by CETAis "If you don't offer any money or of traffic regulations In exceed $100. ,.
night's meeting. "We don't have to break our neck to that the city train the worker to do any compensatloni you just don't get Brooker following a small accident to- Unanimously voted to hire a worker
Commissioners had asked the county get It done," Hamilton said. something which he has never done. p," Pierce said. day."I to mow grass around the Town HaU
to repair the roads several weeks The council voted unanimously tc intend to strictly enforce stop and the city park.Unanimously .
earlier. Mayor Blake Hamilton said accept a worker from the Comprehen Volunteer Fire Chief George Pierce Pifciue said he could count on sign and traffic regulations," Hauler voted to have aUght
the county had patched pot-holes on sive Employment Training Act told the commission the Volunteer "about five or six plus myself," to son said' placed on a pole on SR-231 just south .
SR-18 in Brooker, as well as streets (CETA),who will work for the city for Fire Department needed more fight fires. In other action, the council: of SR18. }\
through neighborhoods In the area.

.."The biggest portion of the work ,- .'
has been completed," said Councilman ECKEmrS HASSLE QUALITY PHOTO GUARANTEE ;.., ;;
Gene Melvin, who presidedover .ujr only*<..prMM you......M.MMM.Mrs elh.tool WM.m.<.pMura Miing. ") t + !
the meeting in the absence of ECKE ..'
Council: Chairman Steve Nipper ... ,
OX en extra MI of print wllh every OM two roll*of print Him for t w'
"They did a good job. We appreciate ron of color or Mack and whit prlnl price: ol one Kodncolor or black. and ,
white. whan have film I
Him d you your .
Hamilton said.
TODAY dEVERYDAY.. processed EckardTODAY .. f \
Local engineer Jerome Kelley told a name you can trust AND EVERYDAY .
the commission there will be a delay e e e

in proceedings with the water system .j 4r I
which Is planned to be installed in the
city. The Farmer's Home Administration fl !
(FmllA) will provide 1 ISOPROPYL 'j .
$112,000 of the $150,000 operation in ALCOHOL
the form af a grant. Before the project ECKERD j i ..Plastic I
.can be begun, the FmHA must ,; 24DOtts. LIMIT 1

receive draft bond ordinances, title -
opinions and right-of-way opinions a NORTHERN REMINGTON
from the council. ECKERD MAKE-UP J
Kelley said the FmHA hasn't 'i LIMIT 1 TOOTHPASTE Lets you choose proper light. SHAVER ..
received these yet. He said in 45 days- J \ :7-ouncetubewith Two swivel mirrors, regular I A. Triple fhavln 9 headffor
the FmHa should have received these v 59C1 lIuorld. LIMIT 1 magnifying MODEL 1804 triple eetlon.hevsflrc
from the council and should have +kur.

r reviewed them. !

.: "We're sort of at a standstill right r AFRIN (

now. It's postponed indefinitely,untilFarmer's y SPRAY 19Li34-- ,
u r :
n Relieve nasal'con.
the word
Home gives us '
Kelley said.Councilman. w 1-1 gestlon.LIMIT 15-ml.' f;

had already been In-
formed about the delay. Hamilton did u I s r iJnCNLOR

not seem to be concerned over the TRIMETON
delay. He said the council wanted to, JUST WONDERFUL tJtlor TABLETS -

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HAIR SPRAY g'Vbme allergy con.ii KEYSTONE XR46 r

New Housing Hard 10- ur:.Hold. sol.'t' !!::: } )LLOYD'S CAMERA ;

LIMIT 1 Large, bright rlew-fiMler.
l MAYBELLINE ..,; LED }U..1I110drop.lnlllm '
$$ in Limbo : MASCARA 31 CLOCK RADIO Including 400 peed film. ,
--- i Ultra big ultra lush REG. $1599 "
79 f\aft* QjL AM/FM. 100%solid tale. with .
UU Very black or sable '(!; no moving 1
J 1' part Convenient
% ** brown LIMIT 1 front .
mounted control 9
1 09 iPLASTICTt1AVE i/

4.tto.rneyt;'SaysGetting .. i. W
H ACCESSORIES r k 9t94)A.Ch006e
loan money for pros SPk iVe botllasRrf/ pyr
home owners is the goal of the Brad- toothbrush a soap
ford County housing financing holders, LIMIT 2 ? j 1 1
I authority, but funds won't be
available for at least six months, if .,

ever ,
County Attorney Dudley Hardy said JERGENS \ MINUTE MAID 3-SHELF j
the proposal to allow tax free bonds to BAR SOAPLEMONADE= BOOKCASE COOK'N CAJUN

produce low interest loans is being Bath sue,lotion mild a Fresh tasting 35Vlnch x lOVt-lnch x WATER SMOKER
discussed In Congress. It may take six LlmlIs2c t 2 made 'from 32Vt-lnch Hickory t ,.1 Never need tending or basting,
months to clear the legislative process 8-quart. REQ.l.mon.dB finish. REG. $24.99 Heat Indicator In handle 'IS-lb. t it

'said., if it does become law, Hardy -. LIMIT 2 1988 charcoal holder REG.

I $3989
Meanwhile, the county mechanism 167 4999 i iMENS

for distributing the money Is ready. A -
i five-member board has selected a TON GALAXY CEILING } _ _

I bonding agency to process the bonds. SOCKS 3-SPEED FAN TABLETOP i
Hardy said a survey of the county motor fourblade u
Whisper quiet
+ White only Onesize BAR-B-QUE
would have to be completed prior to a a pull chain. \.
I fits ell Baked. .n.m.llor.bowl rustproof
decison the maximum income r "'
I on a MODEL 3158 REQ.$89 99 '" .
REQ $1 69 bras leg*
I family could earn and be eligle for the
special home financing. I 39 7499 -988 :

If the govemement program passes RITZ SNACK B Sze
i in its present form, the loans may be .
lower than present lending .rates by CRACKERS I "
two percent. Everything taste*better p. REG. MODEL 1750
on a Rita Stack Pack, SANDALS $8.119 MASK :,
:One local savings and loan official SWIM IGLOO 43-OUART
12-ounce REQ 99 .
said the program may be helpful Cool and comfortable, ftllghlma.kwllh.'ely '.
because at present little private thong type with M.cr.me Ian, adjustable/ head -ii. ICE CHEST .
very top. Assorted size trap REQ. $8.9. Molded' of high density polyethylene
for home
Is available loans.
money Removable hinged
.77 STYLE 6233
Harold Davis of Guaranty Federal ? 599 CIC" lid
In Starke said the program being con- 499
sidered allows a fee to savings and 2 499 fzEA.
loancompanies for originating and ,
servicing the loans. Davis said his T"t 3-VVAY ___ 5-FOOT POLY _
company could handle the appraisalsand PITCHER WADING POOL W. .. -

other loan requirements, but the ( Stor..tr.lnor..",.. Unbreakable. pluucwith |fl WICKER WEAVE "
money would actually belong to the Assorted color plastic. colorful Marine design
county. _.. 2-Qt REQ. $1.69 CLOTHES HAMPER
:Hardy: said the bonding would be 599 -: : SI.on.tY'.pl..llccon.lrucllon., "
LYSOLDISINFECTANT 97 Decorator color' r.
handled in the same way municipal .' '
bonds now allow investors tax free : REG. "I
earnings! on their Investments. Eliminate*household : 388 S4.99 1
odor 12-o* aerosol'
saute matter oi allowing a large REG. $1.79 LIMIT 1 BRUSH FIST SIZE I'r
amount of money to be invested BOWL SUPER HAMMOCK
the government getting taxes Durable bristles with, '
without .x HoldsuploeOO-IBs DURACELL-AAA" '
back, have an adverse effect on colorful plastichandle of will not rot or .1
may 1 nylon % "
129 REQ 65 r BATTERIES .
gdy*rnment revenues, some mildew REG. $7.99
observers predict. That is one Issue c '. For calculator toy*.radio
being considered by the Congress. 47. 599 1 and Pack some of 2.photo equipment d

:Meanwhile, mortgage loan rates r
continue to rise. But the basic: problem 8SREG.'
is the scarcity. of any loan r vf-INCH 50FOOTGARDEN j
money.;:Mortgage money_has been super LIQUID WAX HOSE
official said. '' 1 Gives car long lasting AH weather Tnermoflesw.znmshl9OZ
tight, one lending hose with Brat*fittings POLAROID 108 "t
'"Bradford County continues to have I *,-
definite need for additional housing. D-CON FOURGONE'bOI1I.
Bill Wilson of the 9 EnJoy 'cOlor perfect printsverytime
according to ROOM FOGGER 12 888 8 exposure r.,
Chamber of Commerce.
Kill*exposed Insect *CV YM
:Members of the financing housing 7'4-ounce aerosol. tsoM1a _ _ 48 's
authority Include George Roberts, REG < r ,
chairman, Ralph Bryan.. Charles .. .H. P.
Flyjin, Freeman Register Srf, ,and, 12.459 9 ,. T SULFODENE SHAMPOO WEED'ERTRIMMER
Trim around /
Marvin Rosier: Easy to handle ?
:= i. Help top Itching,flaking w tree,shrubs ft planter. Use ?lir
I and skin discomfort.- ? mono line MODEL 3112 .
Artist .' .: ounce sue.REQ. $2.19 ;,, r i "
[Chalk a REG. I 4
;. 09 w+ 2499 ; 1
'I' ,
it Pine Level., \ I I t
zRiv. H. Vester' Arnold; chalk artevangelist "-.

evening Baptist Church services, will this conduct at Sunday.the morning Pine June Level and 3: '. -fr It PEOPLE- TRUST JUSTSAY --; lJjf] JlI1lllf1I1 I ( (!Jl( JfC$ ," '.'--. '0, .r' ,,- '

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FOR v+
:Morning services begin at 10. In the :: f: j' g frTS 'CHARGE ITr'r! : Ji.: au .
Rev. Arnold will r 1'; ,::: ,
produced SERVICE low SALE THRU ] $ $ 'mli I' 'Wi't
beautiful full picture I ,"
low "fi
of the audience. When ; pfteel OPEN DAILY A.M.til 9 P.M. -,:,<,.;, ,.I
in fuU view e----_.. ;,' ', Dwml.na
SUNDAY 10 A.M.tU7 P.M J ;

completed,1 byan Inguig out tiheepdrband the picture! ts illuminated producing lightbr* I ",' ..@ s.reat ac.r":-':',:" YO US SHOP EARLY 8OMC SALE!,ITEMS U MIT1It. .831 S. Walnut St. Starke, Ffa.,< '. -.: ; : "11' ::::< !: \: 1 1I

sensational effects. I

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wfco feBowstxJto1
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.J.1JOfft:;. aaibeiesam/aa .sai hearses Howerer, with ItSchool

we afg&ed r fee yoaatlaeif tab caScd the andespedally. adn 3strators,

:, Ii' }' featnd .cT rate gators= wta,. bjr boa j teacher often fiKJdy-duddies when it
fferougb 3MHWjurtijirtiyc le xtaoo, conckade are omao
for styl>
teas*GK to see a gtrrs fcdSy but improper toM coma to choosing of utmost
lad always
/ The current
leSer40-ed tar teenagers
a gT beSy cKote be feannlessas
to teens, may as
.'baeOlS" tmportance
page. the relied up Levis of yesteryear or the longhair

recent days. U notbiBg die
of more
If a tore belay button' or a see-tbwgb shirt could let the school administration m

00 a girl is d&stasstefol and out d place ia thedaaarD students are wearing and argyle fa

t *.1, it is +ej aalt so co. a boy.: What's: OIl what teenagers
dress in style
W'Ii' gonad fa Ibe! gotte is pod for the gander be allowed to

Years ago culottes, nothing but a dIrid
HapefuBy. Kin Pearson will late DO time farrrrTtfT skirt which come at least to the knees,were iar

Mayor? '.. faking the op ws b BUS Athletic Direct style Though culottes were Jess revealing f'

tar David; IJDne aDd Principal Jim Dwlc: n than a skirt,the dress code prohibited their being .

worn to school. Silly, wasn't it?
: aWe

dress code ttarVnts do not always agree can remember being less than thrllled: "
with: bat are wing to foQcnr is another mat with rules banded without thought to Cher'

ter. Pn&abrr all tat a very!! few BHS students live under them. Baa:
had to
LETTERS wvo.rr."rtfsvrrt fKglures.CAe raider to a naB gwp"'f"vvori..a + students who %,
ofiow the drees code whether or not they
-lrrresi.i.w.Aget.wllls.eata.4sw .. the. aaH-4atb peeanydraaaoAraMer. then we asked and were often given a voice in
agree. with (L matters affecting students. Today's students

frgu.ad: AJ Ifilg4es could do the same. .
.,.the EdneyThe A.. L. IkrghtaPA. Roles governing ftnfrf conduct including
: UnftfP"l +dertrt Ee wd Quat eta i4 eyeat aks P..s.ai the dress code are matters oo which students for which can't see
a firers .ode wtirsb. the aterdenteao.u Kadrsau,YiL KM concocted To live under a rule you
should be beard to roles
AI. d'ii'David akwsys agnr._err.,.,..... legitimate reason is obnoxious! Running over
_"" C ..tH4I1&1 arc .. .....eakM'cJIIIIII.Me IrratTnr42TLZADYU by the administration and emanating from the somebody with a silly rule because you can dtirv-
t ewtrm. a t3avrm Curre- ( "' Die eUrn dark confines: d the building across: the streetfrom the -L :
MXZ: CD against grain. .
(..std J .. to why just simply runs
.III..I'.N. M .ereDrvyti the high school., When you can see a .
edd.enaI ttI -- ---- .
|.rvapanketorPurJ4. M.- -
of Mwdla 1e.
Iwo Any as a. aui7 .-a.c.EiI atyrsdrtadeuadergareetlala
lt7 The Sdentttafl Gaaa a J
I4d M lkrr fc4; fee lra.t Wv4ur.O.rw beasa. wt.e toys tenaksr awed byap bejte wrdl M a.cet'JIt d WJHiaaaHoward
Pre det.
Taft *
xd t.ar twllfr1 twx w-.r r aiMs sates cw-al M I
,,# aw1cr germ im any tart.. Mr dire yaw c anws is ere.natevn. aft to *ad Senator, 1I'be. m at adder Future Old Hall. IK
It. the
Urn M1I fA the nearer w It eM heesw be made prwUMwd- ; to of City .
WIt1'tA' < cstue.00 meter whet:
MUljr w4 w 0 Herat Wet: dties1esgjtrpMtsaraaateacid duty 4 every :
werka. t4'Ur Min4 etaratxr' lriaw km r few prUeaaMM.. ar wallow .. Buss ere :;

toIIoMI frymrlL.lWYttartwrtder05At wsir ee efSaaddt.a a I.d they we bnnCW weal BHCH and attention,to lake a*a be*nwdi ou*to Htercat the puttie! abe It may DOt look so DOW but the old Starke city is doubtful the city commissioners have bef
fao. .iy tt ode
w 1'der erg!iii trrlytwrlLeankr tsetagTarr taub.tl ItT dreskauorn.y.r. arc' aganst p v utsd bierUrn Ie caaj to political matter .. our hall has grand and lengthy heritage In the aware of the history of the building. yes

tIiII s...Yea .,. wid aaYesf war Ur jnnOntf aed we* UIrwCb time K was referred a* our duty and annals of Bradford County and the City of .
shirts witb vt appropriate reKwoMbilily a* ouzem. Tuaugb Starke. Plans have been to tear the building down ion.

NIIoIf'JJt big and Lwd Triwdayrrgld tMderXMVMMU. M br aludnnU are. Tan to dead, as are many great make room for a parking lot for the new citFoI.
b&'wt Uer eseaoara, I a.l+tvt.as p.rmxted .. war tank kip I JrtwtOMMl Aaterkcana who to the Following the third.but not final seat hall now complete. When the Police Deparj
fmvd aa/Jrer, M'a but. t..taeyl'wp welHoetog our Nation, tt does *MtMlow ,county ,
sat. say .tad we WA' -*... : ..M the apprwpnato; cxoie M appted
Wtrsr ton tr were kited at t.ra.dJM..rwt a rNd cede and. t isumae caooot gaM kwptratioa fnm our post to 557 for Lake Butler, the county commission structed adjacent to the old armory on Nort.IJ
t1_ ".+ppy WM1. rJ'1 west t.9y tatwMs to ask k Mwie s .. respectSirsoey Md. apply the pmt of fie put to the offices moved to Starke and aranged to rent Temple Avenue, the old city hall will be emp:s.:

1wrial tlnra bJle karw...1W4 t'L* aitrr afrilrl. N.Urn. K our present tradtfMm' wbk and to. me ba to dage.The a cuoUouity. .-IA. the Red Men's Hall, a two story frame ty. There will no longer be a reason for the ciity

lTNrn very Kadwr Pearson yes' Foundation of our heritage Isthe build oo the corner now occupied by the old council to delay in making decision an*r"

... .,..AI 'RVA.kw. I HJemiwasesanppert CofwUtuttoo of the United State on Thompson and Jefferson Streets. what to do with the building. ...>

ftKb** Unit 6A nrwdrrl'aiAee fit America and ear rovadJag. The upper floor was removed, but the lower

Twrw_ awl, t. r daru.ter. Vni'n. Father Instrwas13t Tbctf for wisdom the untty to of M palducai ItDC. floor was incorporated into the old city ball. The city zoning board is inquiring into: :;
n' kIMd m b.auty .hap rrmrM4 '
,....s Altar Un fwarai, very Mike few.frshawM RaWd in the nrwty formed goveiv possible solution for the building we have

wn wdI tr.ali PMraMyMaaasss ment to unurpa* a. The Improved Order of Red Men" was a learned. v-
wrurt' avid d drlt bias I am In accord wMfc your meaage.but .
)Ir we t/rget so
"%_. llr went <*M In do.wrrUnag why the aged 40,and not M....or men's secret. society in the early days What is needed most at this point is"i ..ii
a....NI bslpa'rg Urn people III M stIMv Data Eddor: .7tiyasids., who had the opportunity Starke and the building now called the"old city
d aard II tar taro M III/Ilt thuICW Tov ry..ne whop thsdath to observe the then and. now more hall" is well over a hundred year's old. dication from the citizentry of Starke rid
",.. drug ,1ItI.n* 411 the erea w pmaHy a*M to .,pica** acutely and conclude that the Bradford County as to what should be dofkl
iviuiMtAt omr nrvmt ....,1UJ4 be M Governor tab> Graham know you political social, and economicpdiats with the old building. Admittedly, the offh
..1Ith If all, are wrth hum by letter. postcard, of the past 47 year have contributed Minutes of the old New River County Commission building is rich in history, but not much else.'
IJn/IIIJ hall 'bl1I fc.tt in Kaa" f&v.m or phone to the apathy of our people. dated Wednesday Sept.7,1887, read:
The KJorvia Q with fro impute John P.P.ppas
'W Karate All tit VVTft.it
brirA lauyfd UJ Mark.fe >Hx| >4 many thus awesome and very lonely uk on SWU f'La. "Resolved that whereas the Red Men did The city council is hung up over the problenih

kris t'C Xf 4n K*.n j..!./offtuirtnlut Ttrie art man the Governor A f lounderoernuMive agree to pay all expenses in having their hall because it will cost as much to move the old -

kris Iwvs Wed yAw lodsy l cause tot.vsrs i erg Why,tiers caused of dodI a fitted up for the necessary offices of the courthouse building as to tear it down. By the time the
tef a< i
ttarlurgl. year and said work being completed, and is moved
seo.rnto to exaggerate thi problem building to another lot the council:

H,. ,4 1)A 4f, 'Au'Ihat,yes cann'A' ttuitgf! dru&srrr to and Ihu burden. the said organization or society not having the has been told, it might cost thousands more to.put -./

/'IW tardy and/ .sped W ha.. ink aUmt the terra' of the Innocent necessary funds, it is hereby ordered that the it into good enough shape to use. ::
Iwsbhri. hilly victim and the deaoUUon of county bill, deducting the amount

'J4I we fl gr t w eaaytavd + family and friend*. Each person from Teyrnte said hall." Some interest has been expressed by then,
under this aentenc wa Apprehended
hall "Aryowes: JII"AMm' tried before Senior Citizen's Club to the aslfmeeting
tram it., uiftry its n.. a lard Urns provided eounaeJ, use building
assaeialu. II.,1.111I.., piste. and Jury of their peer, presented their The Sept. 3, 1887 Starke Telegraph noted: place. The city would also like .tqlmove
Ituitfjt t+*'11'*#i A tit inffUiAt detenu, sentenced according to the "The Red Men's Hall has been fitted nicely fora the building to improve the appearan(1f .

",... .....m ..- t/<(>i* irrtv Maur.rd evidence, and. allowed to pin to courthouse. It makes as good a one as the of the block. 1
wt.... fur ttiw-Ld and pol hitter eawts.The
has ever'had and
len. county fully as large. There
err nature of the preclude
dead ,1Ut he .,," can't ail the
pores .A the Irruderr/ t11 put 4rgr tarIii. -. raid of t. banding together for "All' plOt*** h based upona will be no necessity of building a court house If you want the old building saved, now is the-

Lay. r,rrr red/ 0'IIftt'. 'I can't "pro.datb"demos 4ratlarwithout unver_ dew on thepart for several years.' time to let your view be known to the city"*
Irfrlurve it, I can't brlteve my work mum positive lip to the Governor and the, of every oraaniMn 10 fathers, who meet each first and third TuesV
was- in vain, I \tw<\to help ttvt men. the Cabinet the LegJlature live .Iti income."
Court that a great majority of beyond Such a venerable old building as the old city day of each month. Next city
I tried
Inmate' to" hlp frank"Kvans'YIII. wlw is servw Florida citizens believe I In a legally Samuel Butler hall Is deserving of some serious consideration is June 5, when the public will have a chance
death *en nce, we ur- before the ball is address all five
a 12 year sntrw for assault and Imposed wrecking brought in. The councilmen at once. 'r

"AA,.iy in a !>* twin f.'t""Vd with to (UM.k on for months to decide what to do with the We should think twice before putting the axer'v

tsvvl A* 1)svvrs" nvrti+r. I ask lilA to County Agents By building. The lengthy history of the building to any building dating back over a hundred.

hays mrrry 'x Yr."" \ tjtttun. lh has not been brought into such discussions; it years.
parom whw. p.d Y.nI& III do this M notebook BobbyTaylor ,d ::
I'Mt'as guilty as Vrank and III hetp me
(Nil. U I ever find out wha paid. Mm, C.IJI Lakes OveruseAbuseDeploredatHearing ,
I'II' kill him aryl(f*n u",Givt' me the :, ,
slvrIric" tlwurI .... .
am n,. icxng to has with a rapist, should be in Colorado when this wine to be consigned to feeder pig The Importance: of controlling up the lake bottom when speeding too inadequate patrol force avallabJe3iz
murderer. fit r.//f if | know It.I come out'In the Telegraph Ihi*week. MId will be discontinued. Inspectionwill overuse of Klngsley Lake and similar close to the shoreline" he added. He him for this purpose placed severe :
A" yew,1Afl4tf I have been fortunate to be able to be conducted by slate inspector* bodies of water In Clay County was emphasized that the number or people limitations on where and when Utgg Scan
I I searihwj. my soul Thursday make a tour of ranch feedlot a*swine are unloaded at the market. treated by Gerald D. Moran. president and hosts patronizing the public operate at anyone Um MOi1.
night' the answer came o me. If It M wheat farming and other a&rkuJturaiacthlltJ of the KJngsley Lake Property beacbea and Camp Blending. facilitiesshould said that! in his opinion the-sheriff's'.oa.:
my d ddy, my son, rny t/rother, my In the Denver area with Ear tag will. be applied by state Inspector Owners Association, at the first of be regulated. "There Is strict office does a fine lob of responding.M'
...l,.r, or myself, who would ever do farm Bureau member from after unloading and InspeoIMMI three public hearing on the Clay control on the number of buildingsthat requests from the lake,and-augges1 d""
MM h a t'rrtbi.Ih ng like this that haprfi Florida "Ullv. a complete report of Suitable chute and adequate County Comprehensive plan held may be placed on private property that the Commission might tbinIIIM-r:
"..recd fI' my Wit, then. (Mywed. t the tour next week lighting for' this. procedure should be. Wednesday night May 2s,by the Clay around the lake to prevent overpopulation terms of increasing enforcement::.:iU
*, The weather hal moderated and provided by the market County CanmIsion.Moran ,and this MOM type of control facilities for the large numberr i f..i.
I thank about It, pastures are looking good, Except for cerned about the long line and long that one aim of the Planning Commission state areas as well" Moran said. In statement Monday,Moran sett:ft: ,,
lxA af the many victim of crime some water damage to some garden wait that have been evident! at each was to make recreational facilities The KLPOA president Mid that he was pleased to note that sonttf
.that Jidn'I, and vegetable field In the northern feeder pit..ale for the .last several available to all Clay citizen, but Sheriff Jennings Murrhee had been Memorial Day _weekend two patrof 'I
have 'livid with. with Insect and diseases' have, so far ducer and pig have made matter asset, particularly the .lakes required the dangerous and noise-pofuting from the sheriffs departmea t 3j7 I
( aay's lime lo write Governor twin minimal. I hope this continue worse recently.In a nigh degree of responsl6ilityon use of boats on the lake. 'The sheriff nand another from the Florida?Martrf k
tfraham and ,fell him If we are for or and we can have good production with an effort to partially solve this the part of planner,a*well M the recognized the problem, but Mid the Patrol. .zLSjsS.
agaIn.t" eapulal. puntehment, a minimum ue of pesticide problem, additional sales have been public, which uses the facilities. '>
J>*TI M ')-" 4. 'W/tlt.and ValerieTurner At a meeting of the Swine Industry set for' the Ocala, Gainesville and Moran Mid it was Important that
and J(4rj'<'lh Kirc-halne IM forgot.ten. Marketing and Coordinating, Committee Marlanna Market Galneavllle' thepUnner recommend to the Boardof Patrolman Has Narrow Escape !

held in Tallahassee. on May 22, feeder pig sales are now scheduled for County Commissioners. the need fora --
'/ri'" titan up .,...... several change In the procedure for' the first and third Friday Lake Clt/ code of regulation Implemented by A Highway Patrolman narrowly 'while Llndsey was charged for la
holding our special feeder pig were sales' continue on the first Wednesdayof adequate enforcement, Insuring that avoided an accident involving two to drive within' a single lane.TnTck ..:....
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vehicles four miles of .
recommended and will be put Into effect each month. the-take* will not suffer environmental west Starke on ." ..
Ny NMby" 1I"w1 Friday June 1. Call me If you have any questions )harm due to abuse by over.... SR-100 Monday night. '

,. On farm jmpectlon and tagging of about these new procedure: and unsanitary conduct He recommended ,Officer K.G. EUteridge was eastbound .,. Crashes"
when he clocked Philllpe-:: ,", -' >I... ....'. .
.'r', '''': )' that the size of each lake be < ; ( $'Pt. ''' ..
tak.,.. Into consideration and. that Jerome Trimm, I'. Brooker;' .) AI{ "
speeding a 1974 Ford pick-up. *" nfiv Ni'-ij: '
public and private UM be regulated As, .-. .
p aNADIONp Cod 1r, < by a ceiling on the number of Inert in Etheridge pulled off the road 'to turnaround ( >v :"!tl... ... ..... ,_ .
ratio to lake sire, In pursuit of the speeder, a
,Q truck following behind the A Lawtey man escaped serious T
Moran described Klngsley as a ,
iligraPb "slowly but surely dying lake" and Patrolman's car swerved to avoid the: jury here Saturday eveningrMay 21, when"!
,,mentioned the two public beaches patrol car striking the truck driven, shoulder truck of travelled 386 feet on'the'-*"*
"which host well over 5,000 peole each by Trimm. The Highway Patrol, concrete road before' gr"i-
Q stated that the brakes failed drainage ditch.
! report on
JUU1.SOH week during the summer months
: ; J.fJq o'. -JOHN M. 'ILRn; ',plus;the Urge number of camper the truck following the trooperNo Mkh"' StevenT at'lbj w, a";'f La'wtd qtr"fel&"a

, gIt chi, nwr"k Publishers r'.q' who ue the Camp Standing. facility." one was Injured In the accident. Ford pickup tntck about wneeaJo nriflteaat!hLs.1ltfat
"When the weekend la over the Damage to the truck driven by
"".* /.,..."HIf .,, 'at chi Petl O"'c'.f' Starke Pie under Act efMH'If number of beer cans and the amountof Trimm was estimated at $1,290. 'Starke on SR-ti. Damage to the truck
ii J. ': if filth that the shores of Damage to he ether truck;: a 197L-
S. ,.". M. If ... < i on aagt b bJty I
sstlvtrltde. ..,.,.1ft trade need N t It" YHri If II*Meftftt.. Klngsley Is deplorable,'* Moran Mid."The CMC 'driven by Alfred-Junior.Lnxl-- : tt s.-p '
QWollsr6Ae. IN'H' Nlsr ya.r/!Lad 6/xM., ", S'arke.Morl water becomes yellowed by the sey 24.Starke,was estimated at$300.Trimm H.
".,.. ,...... : a hundreds of boats launched which stir El'1 was charged: with failJngJa.drix.wltbla.AS -
was charged foe speeding*.... : 0glajane.! ) ..


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... '' Obituaries Hunter worked in UM heavy equipment A.H.Perry.MA.H.
Sidney J.Campbell ,..\ .1 .I'....',1 industry and was a member of Perry, 94. of Hamptm.*
I a J om the First Christian Church Lake r evening MayjR, in the I? '
Sidney J. Campbell M- of StartC! r rey QtIer. "l oil t I I.
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. *a RegL
died a son teJ
at his home on Epperson Stree? t tin al a.es TOng Keystone Heights; Survivors inchf a \1
Teiw.+ VStnelle Sockey of Orlando; two : ule.
In of JeJMco ; *
long Starke illness.Thursday May 24. tIW.I-s.. ttssiTimriff'MYT. abru Sakiyama 0' 0i Elmo E. Yarbrought of Melrose Mrs. Clarence Vance: Morrisville. Born Maylifelong Mr. Per was a
Okinawa two sisters, Nobuko .*aa Eltryn C Yarbrough fflnlcr N.C.;; Mrs. Louise Davis of Dunedin ewPerry
Born In Illinois Mr. Lake Butler ; elf a
Campbell mov Mk God. Florida and Mrs. Nettle M. Neville the th
U'.II1 was
ed to Starke two months ago from The family requested that in lieu of Sakiyama and Hatsuko Sakiyama .tflG or'; R 1 Harvester, Florida; one son GeorgeHunter inch Mr..
Bradenton. Mr. Campbell retail flowers donations be made to the both of Okinawa. 'J:
was a held a of High Springs; three sisters Perry ,1 arm ember ql
merchant Memorial Fund First United Funeral services were t
until his retirement and of
a Mrs. Waters
Flaveous Tampa
member of the First United Methodist Methodist Church of Worthington Wednesday morning Church with May Rev.30, in Bud-tlMCommunity funeral Tucson services, Ariz.were held Satur6aa (jHorida;; Mr*.'J Maggie Fowler ofSjJaehua the HSure
Church of Worthington Springs. ings. 4ller J 26, in Eliam r ,' Ownty and Mrs. Nola: rfie.
afternoon. Sap-
Pearl Survivors include his wife Mrs\fva;e t t v s, "-* \\\\"i t.1: \ ''it.11) 4y i ih Q.Keystone n<<*W q.($fflfatlng.Cemetery Burial with wasI Vm Church with May the pastor Rev., j /TOvno*'offTampa; 14 grandchildren Cha ghter.Eves
McKee Campbell; one son, Mrs. YackoS. IllnckVSlMrs. : Funeral Home in Leslie J. Harris officiating. Burial;' ,and ll great-grandchildren. Pata @)t n; a
C. Jones
Sidney j. Campbell, Jr.. of Yaeko S. Hlnck SI, of WAS in the family plot In EltaaiCemetery. >'. Services were held Friday May 29,,,"t.Gtadp,:.. mpton. and tt ,
Casselberry. Florida; four daughters Keystone Heights, died Saturday charge. DeWItt C. Jones Funeral i iHme I[ ( 2 p.m. in the Chapel of. Archer granft\.o! \ rt' ,t" !
Mr j Vesta Tompklna of Starke Mrs. ''/morning. May 26 in the North Florida' :a ,, ; i- '' : i ,:f.tl was In charge 'ft' I.funeral Home ori...ka.ButKr with r., ,,,M11 I I11M
ar- .
Bernice Sutherland of Brandon, Mrs. ) \ ;.1 I MrsB/ .Crews: :r t'UU! t ngemene. .' Rev. Raymond 'Baer officiating. il I services were he *f fay
ReglonallfAsplU\I\in .. .
Phyllis Barker Charlotte, N.C.,and \ G8InesYUJltl/l'ki ; ,Mrs Bessie Yarbrough Crews 84 !A'', ), Burial was in ElzeyCtt4peVCen: : : afternoon. May 30, In tfi*'
Mrs. Carol Pressley of Norcross. moved to Keystone 0(;: Melrose, died Wednesday attct4Ha .'\.i.\.i.Ii \, \ ,,I' under the direction: rcberulbra3:fi1 vBjtptiKt' Church with It
Geo&U j bud brother Ed Campbell of < I I ago from' al .Oommunlty'Churclr" noon. April 23, in Flagler. Hospital in f .'rt David Isaac Hunter "' )plomei m f ft; lf : !q : ,! JAUihburn official ing.
Mafrfteld'; 12' grand- 1 \ '"Wv, ,.' r ,
.Kentucky) member of the St.Augustlne. .. 3 ....gStlitiY# 'sr ; '
chi\then. ,:and, ,nine greatgrandchildren. ""{and -way employed as produce'; 1 Born: August 27: 1894 in Anniston, ftl ff1favid:. ; : Isaac Hunter 69, of Hunters,,/r'"t) .r.4"' !I. 'H- ,." t hwt,,d.1 'IU il!.JT"SVergreen! under the Cemetery direction '
: Crews, had lived in ',' Trailer Park, Lake Butler died Sunday -; : truth' j
manage, at Miller Supermarket. Alabama Mrs. \ ; +!'JSulity:, ''III ,rUth. 1 1rifs 'OeWW'Ci'Jones Funeral HomeCourtesy
Serviced were held Saturday. May'26t Survivors include her'husband, Melrose for over 50 years. She was a.., May 20, at his home. 'fi, : I b a ty.: ";" Kilts 1. tralke'" .''J' I
{ ,2'p.m. in theFIrst United Charles H. Hinck, a daughter, Katie member of the Ellam Baptist Church. Born in Alachua County Mr. f,ll4'\;, r r 1 t, ,, '.

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Ffr: Fellowship Hall, Rooms .. '-' neighbors and always friends remain in our with recent M a' *. Family of Flora A.Cady

preciouswW sirtcerothuib : J' I II
broken Sunday. May Norman gnu<< is chairman of the ., or .Our f t' "
Halt and Sun- Administrative Board of Grace ... .. .
for Grace UJ tad Methodist as well as Building Fund '..I', 1,1 .... -. .. ObituariesMrs.
In Lawtey. chairman. Mike Oglesby Is Lay .:i;' ,R ''',''' / Women's Club; a member of me ,
and James Bowman is Evelyn ey.r.s
celebrated the suc- Leader j Bradford Retired Teacher's Associa- t
c on of a fund raising church treasurer. Mrs Evelyn A. Haney, 73, of Lion a member of the American,
the new construction The church's growth is the result of Keystone Heights died Tuesday morning University Women ,.

according to Rev. Will Wright pastor an intensive year-long building fund \ May 29, in the North FloridaRegional and a member of the Delta Kappa

of Grace Methodist drive under the leadership of ContL ,, Hospital In Gainesville Gamma Sorority.

A covered dish lunch was served onthe says Rev. Wright. following a lingering Illness Survivors Include a brother,

grounds after the special worship Even the kiddies with their pennies Mrs. Haney taught English William T. Moyar of Franklin.Penn.; .
service and groundbreaking have helped make the Lord's humanities art, and Latin at Brad- two sisters Mrs. Eledanor Cutting of..

ceremonies. work more obvious in Lawtey." says ."., ,, ford High School Starke from 1959. belle garden. Calif., and Mrs. Adelia .
Contractor for the project Is Rev. Wright. until her retirement in 1973 and .
;;;.. Oil Parks of Oil City Penn several
in City
Born April 22 1906 ,
Burdette Greene of Starke who has nieces and nephews. .
agreed to complete the concrete block \:0: < Penn., Mrs. Haney lived In Hamptonand Funeral services are scheduled at
building with 120 days. The "He who listens under. ( Starke for several years before
/ (Thursday May 31)
., .m. today
.... _._ _._ ''' ''' Heights 1965. 2:30 p
building will be erected on the church stands. African Proverb moving to Keystone in Faith Presbyterian Church on
school In Ohio and Penn-
property next to the present sanctuary : Norman Cootl. Mike Of lei by. Rev. Will Wright and James Bowman break She sylvania taught before her tenure at Brad-. SR-21 between Keystone Heights and

.._. ground for a new Fellowship Hall and Sunday School rooms at Grace Methodist ford High. Melrose with Dr. James R. Neale.
Church In Lawtey. of the church officiating.
Mn.lIaney was a member of.the pastor
Church In Burial will be in Jacksonville

I 4.......... .> Community News .... .. ... _. "To reveal art and conceal Melrose Faith Presbyterian a member of the Starke Memory Gardens Orange Park, ,
224 OES past-president of under the direction of DeWitt C.Jones. ..
the artist .ii arts aim. Chapter

by Elizabeth G.Walker Church service 7 p.m. kitchen Saturday. Sunday School 10 Oscar Wilde the Starke Business 4 Professional Funeral Home. ...

Phone......u Free Canaan Church will sponsor a a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Communion .-
Veiling In the City singing program June 17. The Gospel will be given In this service ftp:

Mr. and Mrs. Hembrick Morris had Keys of Daytona Beach will appear AU Choir members and Stewards will Greens Big BramaRestaurant '. :
weekend visitors from Orlando, Mr. 7:30: p.m. on the corner of Oak and Ida march in and stand before the Altar Special Family Nite CIIiCREN SPECIALS t

and Mrs. Willie Boatman brother-in- Street. Elder Sampson White, pastor. for prayer. Also stewards. Please be Thurs. & Sat. .

law and sister who enjoyed a wonder. Antioch Missionary Baptist on time.The rally terminates June 24. Tues. And Wed. 2 Po Chicken Mashed 99 / ]

ful stay. Church Tuesday 7 p.m. Prayer Each member fa asked to do your All You Can Eat Open 5 a.m. to 9 D.m. Potato 1 Hoi Roll
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Magee had best fF
Sunday the Choir will
Meeting. 3pm.
house guests. Mrs. Eliza Weathers sing In Lawtey Correctional Institu- Ebenezer Baptist Chnrchi Thursday Fri. and Sat. 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. 3 Po. ChJck.n M.ihgd S \ 001 fl 4'

and granddaughter Mrs Estella tion. Sunday School 10 a.m. only. Prayer Meeting and Bible Class 7 SPAGHETTI $200 Pot.toa. Col Slaw 2 Hoi Roll I

Chambers. and husband, cousins of Church of God In Christ: Each p.m. Sunday School l 10 a.m. Morning BREAKFAST SPECIAL \\l lC4tn I .

Tarn-pa.. Tuesday 7 p.m. Bible Band Friday worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship Children Under 10 Yr. Old Mall Luncheon 8pcll, $180
7:30: Prayer and Pastoral Teaching. 6:30 p.m. 99' AND $150 :2 Vg' CoflM Or T.a .

Concerned Citizens Elect Officer Sunday School 930. Morning Worship Mt. Piigah A.M.E. Church: Sunday : $125 ;. I
New officers for 1979-80 are: president 11:30 with Minister Taylor in charge. School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 i Hwy 301 Stark. Fla. Ph: S 4.9977
,. 'Rev. Levy Lennon; vice- 5:30: YPWW. 7:30: Minister in charge. a.m. Evening Worship S p.m. You are I :

president, Dennis Kelly; secretary Pleasant Grove United Methodist invited. f-t

Mrs. -Audery Myrles; treasurer Church: Each Tuesday 7 p.m. the ,r .\
Elizabeth G. Walker. Young Adult Choir rehearses Prayer

Service each Thursday 7 p.m. Bible
.American Legion Foil 314 School 10
Study 7pm. Sunday a.m.
The American Legion Post 314 will Communion service

meet June S, Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the New Bethel Baptist 3pm.Church Fri- YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESEs
Education of the New Bethel
Building day, May 1, the pastor choirs and ,
Baptist Church. The meeting Is congregation will be In charge of service -
urgent.. The building rally is still in at Philadelphia Baptist in ..

progress. Lawtey 8 p.m. All members are ask- GREAT OPPORTUNITIES N LASTSUNDAY'S
Commander Royal will visit the ed to cooperate Sunday School 10
meeting in Orlando June 710.
a.m. only Sunday. Services will be

held next Sunday
Church Activities Mt. Morlah United Methodist
Free Canaan True Church of God In Church: The new conference year GAINESVILLE SUN
Band. ,
l'nilyiMonday 7 p.m. Prayer will start,the pastor will have returned ,
Wed. 7 p.m. Tarrying Service. Friday from annual conference by Sun-

day. Sunday School 9:30.: Communionwill
be given in the 11 a.m. service. CLASSIFIED SECTION. ;

The First Born Church of the Living 1! I\r:( "

God: Friday 6:30: Bible Study. 7:30: .
Tarrying Service. Sunday School

10:30: 11:30 Morning Worship. 6 p.m. I t. fit\: .
YPCW Evening Worship 7 p.m. .

Visitors are always welcome. .t.,: .\',:
Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist '. '.

Church: Activities began Mondaywith j' ; .'

the Tiny Tots rehearsing 7p.m. Sho .. The Sun's Ci lassified section
Senior Choir rehearsal at 8 p.m. Monday -

Tuesday of each week Prayer
GIRL SCOUTS 7:30.: Wednesday McKays Circle will $1 '

meet at Mrs. Rebecca Allen's home. Clay for shopping values. 1
Blye's Circle meet at Mary Mc- every great

by Carolyn Eaves Cloud's. Thursday Story Hour at the ,.... ....
I'hone M4-MI2 church. Friday 6:00 p.m. Junior Choir 1 .... : '" : ) f & l' l
rehearsal, 6:30: Junior Ushers ,r I ,, f .M.: \ : q.. .j At .1. 1. .i.
i : : .Jft.I'
Big'thank you to John Dempsey of Rehearsal. Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. .. . ._ ... .. ,.. 1
the Bradford County Sheriff's Dept. .r f '. 4 '
The Little Church will wash cars. 5 .
for his. recent help to the Cadette p.m. the Little Church will rehearse.Saturday \.

Troop He demonstrated Self 6:30: Sunday School ,
Defense which was a requirement for teacher's meeting. Sunday School

their Physical Fitness Patch. 9 30 11 Even- stavice wal Tun SECURITY( _..
: Morning Worship a.m. *>r.ilofic.outlet wl.tvntlo : STUDENTS WELCOME C
Congratulations to Joyce Wainwright .Ic. Man.O Mufl b. ...... ruM and pert tlm. .0.1_. Cook Helper*. bu-iperioni Full
,, newly elected first vice- ing Worship 6pm to work un.... ......u... ... ....01..... 1"t_*available
Vacation Bible School will begin S4trwic.Mtmaovr Wit M.''', CN137S .IIIe. Immediately tmoerlence. netplu -
prepident: to the Senior Planning June 11 at 6 The theme for this FLMot..elt. ADolv .in person .SandpiperRestaurant.
Board One of her p.m. BUVKR 1 20.OOO. F.. ".'d. MlcanopvLXPAMlNGAPPlWNCfCO.
; responsibilities will year is "Jesus Wants You". Ovorarc ) 1 vr$. il4fclronlcoorlvnc DENTAL ASSISTANT
be (the planning of the Senior Weekendin The Church of Clod of : *' florlda position. ..--..-.-.". \ .
Prophecy LoN 04HI. l 0 I) Sr.SSS2 EHCOI ,
S 17V/77
fall.Bradford c.110..0 Meed
the people to work witheudlovlwal
1114 Oak Street. .roon..I. 12 South Main ,
Sunday services as Mompril.. TN,35113.: aids advertising)
Neighborhood Association follows School 10 Morn- POIICEOrescaa department Full tralnlno' and
: Sunday a.m.
Application' being accepted at paid vacationrn ....
recently met at the Western Steer It tIER I
ing Worship 11:30 a.m. Evening Worship ,'ll HIN1 Spring* Cltv Mail Submitresume Call J73103PHARMACKf.
for.their final meeting. It was a fun ". UNIVCRSITV Of I6 LOW tOARooulr with application Minimum .
6:30: p.m.Greater **Hl":n&clool or.a..llan starting' 501.rv U40O Call
evening and we missed those not A.M.E. ... and I vr of *Hi> rlert>c* .. a 4V4.11131 moro Inlormatlon, I
Allen Chapel
there, We want to thank all the MAINtENANC, ENGINEN. tr.a1.11.mga tMmefll Apoly Juno t. Istered pharmacist .m icey West.-
will be sold from the
'hurch: Dinners ..nowl...... ot bon/.. and N. CannaPARR bo e.perlenced All paid, _
leaders and team members rile to CvfttrtU K cltltir PERSON In.
service COndlllon. .. ..."......._-, t rnolovf. ***..t Cnl*>tr. 9nd Floor counterm eluding. dental, n50obn..lor ,
for a great 197879 scout year. We an.. M u/he, rand cra/.r..*j MUD University of Florid, .t.. Good salary. tMnallttMwuKI medical. pension. I". Insurance
c.nl' Olumblrq, .Inc/.lt. G.IO.vt l '>.lrL t 311 I. bo ob' to sates.Mar Salary, 54451or a 44 .... wk c..i
really feel we have reached a good I-or furt,vr lv.lortv..l.on call Mr. tai Opportwnlfv .........ow.rAtlirmciivo Lake CII" olv to >-$ M 103. collect after torn; Gray pars
number of girls and had a good program .:: H...'...... 7117W1. '''''KrriptovorJIMVAMKLCV Sun! Drawer A..C OHIO, ft MM Mr. Frank NrN.. icSl: m7ni .

going for them during the THE BeST .. .. ..
school year some of us have been .. .y:. ,

very. busy. The Neighborhood ;";f;, .,. ..:. 0 'r1 oooce PICKUP ..n OUSTER 1 door,4.,,11.-. .
., ., n AUDI 100
presented Janet Kimutis a plaque in COSTS IESS .'' ,r ,' 1 S.TOYOTA SO.c.' air..ai>neater..OOOfrillepriced : .oower. '.door' OII. ....M'.M/.t.LS ....
appreciation for her years as chair 4, a.,; I/OON M.'" ;3143253 >ioa Ceit3r3ao: radio/Coll track., in ua.n Mm ::'i.S .

man. She had just moved to Starkewhen t. +- ION FIAT 12. SPYOER.! Grey CLASSIC IOU i
'!she became involved in Girl Ion : boov with lair _......111". AIM uvalll. .oedtlerCuttom IF4 CAPRI
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in the f-M c.i tf.rcB.4= 15w foo* all made reollca lust CorrtgC.ll.n running condition ,
Scifuts! and has really been an asset to fi Inc$2S j/j; ; tiyt. $1_,. ...._ Call anytime 14FM1, CreatMPO slw

us Big thank you to her and we look I ( '. 1041 BUICK SPECIAL $151100 IoU CHEW .. ion Dlckuo.Murrtft ."JlI-02t.:
forward 1110. wagon Oooa_'ion. AutomatK. reoutar N*. DUST tanks, leCAMAMO. Rally Sport. .
to working with her in the Silver
N powvr ftitwrlr-o ....k... air, detune model Excellent condl w.", red In/erl E.celtenl i
futare. Janet also received her fifteen runif" I.V" ; ...AM0M n...... gasL MM or lion. _or be.l otter. 3.n condilion. 31.ooo Ml. radio, .".
year tenure pin Congratulations.Five c' beal oIlear.3/1-OJ/r EnolnS r..nttyovvrr.eHil.Kf 'n FIAT 37050 CeI.3'.I. \
.2 to n LINCOLN ,
.door lull
tenure BOWor.
year pins were .1 t.'f.. .... I.tN ..Ln TOYOTA wnlte learner mtertor, Mew" I
Beulah Lennon. Sarah best dr/ eonctlHongf 4 IK 1 J way Mainin 7/.37.7 tires, shocks, a. brakes SI4SO.
presentedEdna ,r electric: 50./* ENOIICwcank !' *. Open to oner..Call inv****.
f{:? .
Allen and Willie Mae give' youNell.Iactocy. tilt wrtool. crulo volourInterior BUICK LeSASOE I
'V!>.M with bucfe.it ..... and f door. loll equipped eicellentcondition. KM CADILLAC ELOOKAOO
Randolph Each leader and her hus- .J'' coniol 4 tlra _.. ,
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w >* fop 17 Mo collect C Above average condition
band received a certificate of Helps held down ;r_ \ ... MPG UOO .. .._ .............. I an lilt after a pm or anvtlme Loaded Use regular ga ti. :
as well as a daisy pin.appreciation eleelrto' bill -"**"C::. I '* I .:"rl; "Z.!, : .44 .n*o.y..or 44 a I27S nlQhtt. weenendt.01'31..1200'. wooo. Firm.3fJ.'lnl

Thanks to Brownie leaders Judy .. : .
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Dukes. Joan Hall. Sarah Morris : l IUWAMMICtiveif KINGSL5 LAKE y OWMEK
Beulah Lennon. Andrea Abrams 'a hr'. ITUtr 17*acm.I.t.*horn tMTOOexr.frm .. bath t..F..t..on..1, turn home fully equipped ..'
Willie Mae Randolph. Debbie Purvis $1.i i 1'.1. vowmvr43. air conditioned B. ......... .....
; house and .
nlaurt dock Call lor
and Kay Waters; Junior leaders ..... ..,'r.r. EEv.OWMEM. .IM MOHTHWOOO.... lioo UJ>4UorOTECf In appoint.menl Son'.
1 b .10. la IN It lamllvroom .
"Kimutis. Irene Wainwright .
Plus 'lullv eoulpoed kltcrien
Elizabeth Younts Montery Wasdm. oil ..... f..lura. ". .. i t L9' !5210TS"1 !n' garden screened Many vorcn.e lenceo..... _void.._. .N".NT VOUH ,
Pa Edna ... .. ..... ..... oak NIS. IIIapproved .
Welty. Allen. Elizabeth .r. 1' :" Pond ana) big" .JU..WJI. Toil iri-oSIO --.P".ec'",
..... .' . _..u. .,.... P ." q reaovteplaf .1...._ I.reality Jb y.acre*.
Walker -r 1.
; Audrey Griffin, Cadette O.-, ...'.. .. -e "' o cam OlchSkellv.. I *1M* TOWNHOUSE LOTS tor S.'.' v '.004 tdus.o00. can in.1401
leaders. Carolyn Eaves and Joyce .A ,. .,, : .....11t.- .V OWNfcHfcOUCCO POItAST Complete wtm recreational laclllite ICH.TUC..N..A..A... ..n
.: .1 e'a' Ita"', : ,... pw Sale 4 B... Ibatn. .M $eme wlharo ylew "Ivor tront and river access tot ,
Laurie Wajmvright Mullins.; and Senior Advisor .(...... .... .. .. .. ....'... A"\oC.It. ; .1"'I 't!' .:,, *Pint M RMioe pool Over. N1 000 M It .horn.ort ALSO Cltooie M vowr. Acres own builder tar MM rc "t"->0' adlacanl. to* I. .
ear wonW.M MONSII rNNiST Of THE UMICOMNradlev 'CC'SSLOTo. Park
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Y'e.Jook forward to Neyati July 30 more infofmationtC4fl t 0-' "........ CM II. .. R.aE.yN Properties Incevltlered .2910....r.ems MONTH rep DOWN

and '0. scouting In the Fall. We are lor trte horn* urv4y and .."....t. J\\y, C n.O. 'or JallllAM Brokertnino MOWAKO IFromMe NOOOq'NlALTON* It ,
grateful/ to those leaders who will be !"" r ,'"+... .on elegant OPPOHfUNITV 4 ......._acoulre. 1 baIl Its'*. HOOS TUHKBVI. I M or In 0453 ANYTIMEk '
name In beautiful Klnatwaod acre ol prime hunlln* lenoladlacenf .
returning to troops and hope to see .Iht1'; :
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some new faces. Welcome to our new }"!'!''J.d,:. ",.. ,. 1' .') 1N.d.M. Item is surrounded Owner will sell tao lenced acre*. S"'C.esl'S .
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Senio.rslnid' ; 9.3' Season W. !, ;i 14r.;/ ,\

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unlike mMtr *ular season football surrounding the contest as he lau im. Jeffery Norman's two f mostly on jasse-. exploiting the flu! r.
In games the 'there'waood(' :for bott sktea off. the steak dinner ho now owes with Jl to go In the yardt In the Junf ir dr ease.
''aftetlftatfJ of last Thursday Kelvin Cruger,the Tornadoes regular 63 yardelghplay drive < The Junior offense was also effec
for night's148'Junlor-Senior the* game. win season, manager but an opposing up nearly lour minutes live at times, especially on the TC
For' veteran Seniors, coach In the JK-SR tilt. Juniors two point advantage. NorfnanscomttheSeniorsflrstTDtooHSfbss drive.Bennett led th*running:charge!
UieSenlori It Wai an obviously "1 have1' to congratulate Coach > with 63 yards on M Carries. Quarterbacks ,
,1 1l 1s
sweet victory to cap their grid Kniffer and his staff, they did a fine ing the line after a 35 yard iUau| Bill Goodie sophomore, and I "
eareere'at'BHS. senior fullback Doug' knew lurse'Chuckled "Really, we scamper with lust less Uian>" *Ix Scott, Allen, freshman, split theflgnalcalllng ,
Reddtf'elloke for his teamates, as he the seniors would be tough minutes gone in the first period,' ."*, ( role, mixing some nifty I
depart't from JBradford Field yelling becatise'' Of their -advantage In experience cus Cruce's extra point kick was wide! .Tunning efforts with mistakes of inex .
out fashioned the proud *9andrecord| they They came out and did a left after the initial TD allowing the "perlence. Goodge carried the ball 12 : h.
itt 1978-78-counting. good Job." Juniors to take the lead on the unit times off the veer and sprtntout ,
week's win, of course. The Seniors controlled the game first touchdown -i1 ', scrambles for 44 yards but was Ml ;,. + t t
Arid evetr for the'Junior losewasn'iiafbadIfcameagainst throughout, ending with a 317-167 with one interception In the air. Allen ,
freind- yards gained advantage, but after It was a precise 44 yard-eight play had 23 yards on four carries and completed 'I"
ly foes, not rivals, and there were grabbing the lead on their second drive that gave next season's the Tornadoes first- two of four passes for 14 yards- :: -', .;; ,
enough reminders that for next Fall's possession of the ball, fell behind HI the upper hand. On /both to pro-man Jonathon Johnson.
football team. this game ad will be with 11:57 to go In the first half and play of the second quarter John Bennett Defensively last seasons leading '
tonight' Spring Jamboree, was a had come-fronvbehind in tM second cracked In from outside the Allen two tackler Fred Woods of the Seniors and t ,.;
line behind blocks from
learning experience. half to stop a 'One game Senior yard Junior linebacker Danny Hildebran
BHS' Head Coach David Nurse losing streak (It was 26-16 the Junior's Scott,At Chapman and Jay Griffls to were on top of the stop charts. Woods ,; M,1a4
demonstrated the friendly attitude way last time around),. level the count at 66. Quarterback handled nine primary tackles with
his knee
Bill Goodge then came up off !!
Seniors Alton six and Isaiah
on a fake-kick extra point, sliding Just ; i"dr
Jenkins,four also in on hits.
and ; primary
Inside the endzone flag Sr.
Hildebran who had and
eight stops an
two '
linebacker Isaiah Jenkins for the "
point conversion that made it!84 with interception, was backed by: defensive
ends Wright and Ronald
to before Intermission.
: go .
Mathews, and defensive back-
Norman's game-deciding specialty team tackler Richard ..,
,) touchdown sneak was the only Senior Smith, who had five stops apiece.

ground play of the second half thatdidn't Things started off badly for the II .--..... ... ._--._s --..,. .
in the Juniors when the opening kickoff was
have Marvin Tyson '
, driver's seat. The 170 pound all-state mishandled d and pounced on by the FREINDLY FOES... All tesmales last year, co-captains, from left to right. ,.
running back carried the ball 17 times Senior's Jenkins at the Jr. 20. A bad Allen Scott and Danny Hildebran of the Juniors, and Alton Moore, and Doug,; J. ,
I for 128 yards in the last 24 minute, snap that sailed 20 yards over Nor KeddUh of the Seniors were on opposite sides of the opening coin flip In the JR-SH,, ,"
r / finishing with 160 yards on 27 totes. man's head before being recovered lime .
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i'r; Four Tyson runs for 28 yards and Norman stunted that scoring threat. The
I to Marty Chastain hookups of 17 ''Juniors took over but a fourth down- Hildebran's Interception of Normanset eight, and six yards before his twoand.ahalf -
I and seven stripes got the ball to the half yard to go from the 37 gamble up the Junior's only TD. The yard scoring burst. "
two for Norman. failed when Jenkins bottled up a pickoff set the ball at the Senior 44 Goodge's two-pointer made it M. :
\ Tyson wasn't all the Seniors had as sneak and the Seniors were in with Scott Allen and John Bennett doing The Juniors played three-plays and;!'!}'',
the passing game clicked better thanit business again. This time they didn't most of the damage on the scoring punt for the rest of the half while ..
"-' had during the regular season last fail as Norman veered left out of the I, march. Allen started the drive with couple of dropped passes and a 52
Senior quarterback Jeffery Norman, number" '., Is welcomed back Into the year.Norman was 12 of 29 with one In- evading a tackle at the 26,and cutting an 11 yard veer keeper and later yard rolling punt by Junior David'; i
,S. nlor huddle by Marcus Cruce number 50 after his 33 yard TD runlthers terception despite the case of dropsiesand upHeld for a straight sprint Into the veered.for eight before pitching a Sparks kept the Seniors In their end of''
pictured are Marvin Tyson,number 32; Fred. Woods 70, Mark h11ie.ell: hooked up with sure-handed endzone with 6:31: to go in the first wldeout screen to Jonathon Johnsonfor the field despite solid gainersby"Tyson.
( Craig Bryan. 65, and Doug Reddish, 12. Chastain eight times for 80 yards- period eight yards. Bennett had runs of !' ': ,
1 The Juniors had the chance to pad 1j
the teal when Richard _c.......It.h:. .,
I'1 recovered a punt return fumble by the'
Seniors at the older team's 33 yard
line with 2:20: to go In the third stanza. '
Runs of five, and four yards by Bennett
GEM JEWELRY-STARKE J FLORIDA and Mike Jordan sandwiched" .
around a nine yard power gallop by''
Randy Thompson moved the ball to.. :
the 12-second down and six to go. >'
Then an exchange from center bounced -
loose and Senior Alton Moore ran
the ball down 12 yards behind the line
OUT of scrimmage to spoil the Juniors
"That fumble killed us," Nurse said
afterwards. "It would have probably ,
I been the ball game." .rr.i :.
The Seniors pulled the same trick! at
the other end of the field. After Tyson
I II reeled off 41 yards rushing, the last 16 f
on a smash of right tackle passes
from Norman to Doug Reddish and,
CARYINCSET Chastain brought 16 more yards and Jf
I Tyson spun for another 18 moving the
R g. 6" ball to the Junior eight. This time a
backfield exchange from Norman to
Mow 37' Tyson popped free into the hands of
Junior middle guard Kevin Reddish.
Jordan' powered 'through' arm'!
tackles for a nine yard gain and some .'t' f
breathing room but Cleve Myers picked ./*

HOME OF THE WORLDS MOST FAMOUS BRANDS MEN'S give chance off the a to long win.graduating Junior pass class attempt their to '''

WALLETSlil This time they made good use of the
Ra, oppurtunity as Tyson scrambled for ,
I Ilx, eight, six, and eight yards and'' ,
Now 8321I drilled Chastain for- '
Norman a pass to
I .. '
o s 17 steps. Another pass from Norman '
I to Chastain was complete with Junior1 .':
linebacker Timmy Jones draped over' .
Chastain at the two. From there Norman "7
snuck In behind center Marcus"
; STEAK KNIFE Cruce with 3:16: on the clock and-- .
wm illiiilH i SET Tyson bolted over for the two point .'
conversion that made the final count' '
Reg. &' 148.
i A 17 yard kick return by Ed
Now 2M Hamilton and a 21 yard rollout run by--: .
Goodge moved the ball to the Senior
38 but Fred Woods, Alton Moore, and'
*Diamonds Rings Bracelets + I ,
4 1 Chastain combined for three quarter-1

Pins. Broaches, Etc, Silver Plated,Hollow re back sacks that put the Juniors out of' < ,
a WESTCLOCKTRAVEL time evaporated. +I'T. '
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ITrnk* *> ,' e." t Spring Grid Sessitin: Tonightrryt1i.lQmbQr

Outers.Against Eastside' S. Fe 1LV i

Bradford ... : rnpdoes will 4' f -
{ close out their 'ng *.ession ", ksialthou "We had some bright spots in the w..Mtisfied with his unit's work.
\ with tonight1 mhroree star- '1 hg 1 = es'. till.hob- game but we're still having lapses." "We did a pretty good Job in the
at 7-30 Hartley said back there has first half,
ting } p at **rlda Field on "Kevin "Nobody we Just couldn'f keep the
isle University of Florida campus and Frankare" about to get really played that much and It'll take ball in the second half The defense
The Tornadoes will tangle with Santa over their injuries. said Defensive time. We'd make a big play and then was on the field most of the time

[ iquarlng! Fe in the off opening with quarter Gainesville before ................................_............................................ coming Hancock back said,from"All in last all year, the people(Allen

Eastsi< e in the second: quarter of the JamboreeTicketgOn, Sale at BHS Today; Scott. Jay Griffis, Al Chapman, and
five-team Jamboree. Also playing Johnny Bell) did a pretty good Job.
tonignff, will be Gainesville High Hurse Urge Tornado Fans to Buy Early Ricky Griffis (a sophomore now)
School and Buchholz. All the par. came in and held his own at tackle.

iclpan will tto In Bradford's new BHS Football Coach David Hurse urges local fans to buy tickets early at Bradford lie's come a long way in the Spring.
And Ronnie
ootbal'district(along with Live Oak). High School for tonight's football Jamboree at Florida Field In Gainesville. Rodriguez did a good for
$In the aligned Class AAA football The Tornadoes will play the first two quarters against Santa Fe and his first time at tight end." i

i setup next season. Gainesville Eastside, opening play at 7:30 p.m. Tickets will I be$1.50 for'students "Hopefully, our experience from
"Both Santa Fe and Eastside and$2 for adults at the BUS front office then$2 for all at the Florida Field gate. the JR-SR game will keep us from
graduated quite a few people as we "They've almost! kicked us out of the Jamboree a couple of times because we making a lot of nit-picking mistakes
did so we should be starting on about don't sell enough advance tickets," Hurse says. in the Jamboree." Hurse said
even terms." BUS Head Coach David Tickets should be available until the numbering lining offsides, Linebacker and defensive IliMebraH .
4pm. today, Thursday, May :31, at high up signal-caller Danny maps out Junior.Senior *

i, last IJurse week said"For before us a'the practice: 'JR-SR session ..school.............. ..............................._....._....-----.--.--.---... mistakes"JV mistakes"in defensive in that alignment and game strategy with, left to right Defensive Coordinator Mike Sexton 1 II
game -.----,----t---------------- ------------------------------------------- category. Secondary Coach Mike Hartley, and Head Coach David llurse. '
I answered\ a lot of questions that
I hadn't been answered. It provided us Coordinator Mike Sexton. "That:will the next time we Just wouldn't be in
I With some real game experience and help us, not having them at full speed position. I thought Richard Smith : i II
now weshould be able to correct some hurt us against the Seniors.I I (cornerback) did a good Job of com KH] Legion Baseball Team Opens With Snlit
of the Mistakes that we would have "We made some mistakes, but they ing up and playing the run. ... ...
I I been making, in the Jamboree." Just were mistakes that could be expectedand "We're still trying to gradually Improve '
I as flu," began to sound optimistic they can be corrected. The,two and I expect to see some improvement By Bill llemme took the field Sunday afternoon to Keystone seniors who attended bac- ;I,
entering tonight's 12 minute mini- things that Impressed me in the game In the Jamboree. We've begin their 1979 season against a calureate services.
games he pointed out some negatives. were our hitting ability and pursuit got to get better day," Keystone Heights American Legion tough Panama City club. Down 2-0 In the second inning
'With the defense being crippled up We made some mistakes that come Hurse says a bask change Is in Post 202 baseball coach John MC- After five innings, eight errors, anda Keystone rlghtfielder Keith Northrup
and the young people in the secondary with Inexperience but overall I'was store for the Tornado offense. That Cullough has announced his roster for dozen runs later.they might have slashed a single to right and hustled to ;'
we won t be that impressive defensively. Sexton singled out being a turn away from the veer of- the upcoming 1979 baseball season. wished they hadn't as the third when the ball bounced by the '
."'the BHS Coach noted bluntly, linebacker Danny Hildebran and fense to an I running attack. Gone from last years club are Roy Panhandlers rode Post 202 to an embarrassing Panama outfielder Eddie Dyal, l
"And our inexperience in the offensive defensive end Jimmy Wright as the "We needed the JR-SR game to see Griffin, whose .343 batting averageled 12-1 defeat. followed with a walk and one out, /
backfield will show up tonight two "who had the most consistent if we could continue to run the veer as all Post 202 hitters, and Jeff But the rematch.happened to be a later advanced to second on Sam i
\00." games against the Seniors." our basic offense. Now, we Just don't Lumbert, whose 39 RBI's set a team different story as the legion Sibley's chopper to the pitcher. !
The injuries Hurse referred too The Junior secondary was the think our overall experience will let record. baseballers proved they are going to With two out, Bostic powered a 2.2 f '
have been healed up somewhat on the target for 113 yards of Senior us do so." Hurse explained "We'll be contenders this year by slugging fastball Into the rightficld gap, driving -
defensive side. Noseguard Kevin Red last week and Defensive Backfield passing work with the veer and use it before Comparing his present crew to lastyear' out a come-fronvbehind 3-2 decision in both Northrup and Dyal then i(
dish and tackle Frank Swindell were Coach Mike Hartley knows that he, the year Is over but the Iformationwill .league runner-ups,Coach John over the visiting opponents.The scored the go ahead run himself on 'I
t both slowed in the JR-SR game but and his young unit have their work cut take a lot of pressure off the McCuJluogh stated."We really got RBI producing bats of third Dillow's two bagger down the left
hurt by the loss of Griffin
and field line.Young.
closer to 100
: are percent out for them. quarterbacks (freshman Scott Allen baseman Grady Bostic and
Lumbert, but we've got more depth
and sophomore Bill Goodge either ran
.". .....>-i........... ---....... ......- -" ...."-1 or passed the ball on 26 of 48 offensive because we've 16 guys back with a fielder Toby Dillow, and the seven hit Stovall blanked Panama the "
plays in the JR-SR ) and put it year more experience. Overall we'll pitching of lefthander Clark Stovall rest of the way to preserve the win.
I : the game be stronger" sparked the season's initial victory, The southpaw hurler was imopresslve I
'ftI SYMPATHY UNDERSTANDING on running backs where it should t
kr be.That's not to the quarterbackswon't Newcomers on the 1979 squad are which was won without the services of as he overcame a rocky first inning to
run the ball.say pitchers Kenny Clark and Scott Allen the Injured Dinky Kilby and five record this first win i
i i Is What You Get From "We'll be putting in a iprintout passas from Bradford County High School;
outfielder Tony Honour from Union KEYSTONE HEIGHTS POST 202
basic play with
pass some
J I DeWitt C.Jones action passing. And, we'll also play.have County High School, and pitcher Carl AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL f
the sprlntout run (quarterbacksweep Hagglund and first baseman Shawn '1979 SCHEDULE ,

&sr- j Funeral Horne. ), That has been one of our best High Prichard School.from Keystone Heights DATE OPPONENT .TIME. PLACE
plays in past years and we expect it to
"I)} We Are An.Old Established be a good play for us this year.'' Honour Returning and Toby players Dillow are from Tommy UCHS; Tun. June 5 League Kick-Off Luncheon 130 I Key tnei[ ::''"
: Hurse noted that
again Dinky Kilby and Keith from Tues. June 5 Caine'vllie Post ,16 ((2))* 6100 Keystone
.- -V Firm Very Experienced I In work recievers among( the quarterbacks Clark Jonathon and BHS, and nine players Northrup from KHHS: Thurs. June 7 Deland Post 6 ((2))* 6rOO Keystone !
"Kenny ,
FrI June 8 Athens Invitational Athens 6a.Satd ,
Bereaved Johnson and Edward Hamilton Chuck Dickinson, Bob Hemme,Eddie \
Assisting didn't get much of a chance to show it Dyal, Grady Bostic. Sam Sibley, June 9 Round Robin Tournament "
1 Families Through This Time] Thursday but they've all got fine Clark Stovall, Mike Richardson Sun. June 10" II '' ,4. ,
.J j hands") could make Bradford's Richard McDavid, and Marc Thurs. June lit 'Cainesville Post 16 ((2)e) 6100 Gainesville ;7
-; Of Sadness By,Making All The passing game much better than its Prldgen. Sat June 16 Quincy ((2)) 5130 Keystone !
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twc>-for'10 night against the Seniors All are second year players except Sun. June 11' Jacksonville Post 137 ((2))* ZOO Jacksonville
Necessary Arrangements For showed. Pridgen and McDavid, who have been Tun. June I' PalUka Post Its ((2))" 600; .keystone
Service "Indecision in getting the ball from with the club since it's inception three Thurs. June 21 Jacksonville Post 137' ((2)* 6100 Keystone
center and other things of that sort Inhibited years ago. Sat. June 23 Jacksonville Post 2H ((2))* 2100 Jacksonville .
111 We Can Help You Make Advance Funeral the quarterbacks from "The league is much tougher this Tues. June 26 Lake City Post 57 ((2))* 6100 Lake City ,
I displaying their talents" Hurse continued year"commented McCullough, "but Wed. June 27 Gainesville High School ((2)), 5100 Gainesville
Arrangements And Limit Cost. "Their inexperience showed I think we'll be competitive. We've Fri. June' 29 Keystone Round Robin Tournament keystone I
but they looked good at times also. Sat June 30 n II n n "',
Now Would Be A Good Time To Visit the of team that will be '
"I thought John Bennett ((14 carries got type Sun., July I I ,
!: eWitt C.Jones And His Professional Staff for 63 yards) and Mike Jordan ran scrappy-and all of them want to play. lbni July 2 Athens, Georgia ((2)) 6:00 ., 4
Tb : Keystone
r. 1' well in Jh&gMM. and,Randy.Thomp-.,, Evexyhsdj'hustles..That; makes. a big. ,.r-r'
( \'h s difference" ament nd .
" Au quS : RVYdeIFWi1, h I ne" ServJces T1iy O. erDeWitt 'son showed and Tn good improvement, In the Thor,. July 5 ., ,.!'I/i. //t ,y '.," .
Our backs day
game practice
One late, minus a head coach and tAr 1. I
learned lot 'rl. July 6 II', "" '
a Thursday night. short six players, the
Offensive Line Coach Bob Hancock Heights American Keystone Sat. July I 7 U sl'I J; ) I !}
C.JonesFuneral ', Legion Post 202 SUit" July 8 .... II ;, 1"" \ f I
Mon, July 9 Holly Hill Post, 120 f, ((2))* 6,00 Daytona ;
Tues. July 10 Palatka Post 1,5 ((2))* 6100 Palatka: i c
i; Home 3 Tornadoes Thurs. July 12 Delanet Post 6 ((2))* 6,00.. Delanet I
We'll Run Team Picf Sat., July lit Lake City Post 57 ((2))* 6:00 Keystone )
Named AllAreaThree Sun July IS Tallahassee ((2)) 2:00 Keystone !
Starke Starting this week the Telegraph Mon July I 16 Holly Hill Post 120 ((2))It 6130 Keystone I
" 'Keystone Heights Mill be publishing team pictures of the Tues. *July 17 Gainesville High School ((2)) 6100" Keystone '
964-6200 473.3176 youth baseball and adult softball players I from the District- Thurs. July I' Tournol International ete Montreal
teams In the Starke Recreation Regional champion Tornado baseball Sun July 22 .Baseball Midget deRepenclgny Canada
"" leagues. teams were tabbed for the Gainesville 24 Jacksonville ,6100
RENTAL 'Tues. July Post 233 ((2)) keystone
baseball team an-
All-Area "
Don't turn will come, Fri. July 27 LEAGUE TOURNAMENT ,
worry jour ,
1' Hospital Beds Walkers Wheel Chairs & CMchesAre nounced Sunday In the Sun. 28 to I ISIAn.
I : we'll do our best to get every team in BHS 'Most Oustanding Player Sat. July
the before the end of the July I 2' "
! Are Big Enough To Serve You And Small Enough To Knbw sour award winner Jeffery Norman was -
season. Pictures wIII be taken prior to picked for the First Team as an out. ,* ,Denotes league games ,
f 510: and T:10 p.m; ballgumes. fielder while sophomore Kenny Clark ,
I and freshman Scott Allen were named .. >
.en4 M e9ytA'"l' HARtl! -' .R1"! :1--- _.III 11'>MIMI to the Second Team as pitchers!! Distance, Runners I, f, 'I'ot' :((1 ','
Norman' finished his BHS career "
POUR ON F 'with a senior season that included a
-... THE 422 batting average (sixth highest Bradford ;Middle School sludral'iGene
..... listed among the Sun's All-Area and Powell and Mudu Of will imik
/ THIS All.County teams), 35 hits and 30 runs high/ placed at the rrrrnl Sunshine !
I batted In. He signed a scholarship to (lasklf 10.000) meter 18.% miles, run In
continue his baseball with St Johns Gainras III"
SUMMER! Community College of Palatka see( I
related story). The First Team included Druid an .II >-ur old finished the
three players from Live Oak run through the'l'.ht'rlilly. of FloridaoanipiiH
and Keystone Heights and two from In. 4(1:: 1.4 to win the plaque us II I
Lake Butler. the tup 11.1:1'.11:) r old /girl runner. That (
Clark' and Allen joined Lake also made her the krt-mid finisher
among all '.'mlll""llIId z.'ml meiall. i
a _:aci Butler's Toby Dillow as pitchers on
the second unit, Clark was 5-6 with a Powell run the ,'uur"III 511:IH to lukeHctoiul \
sparkling 1.75 earned run average in the III unit under lu>>s tl.issunduxmh ,, v I I
SM whIle Allen was 8-4 with a nearly as : oterull. 4a E 1 '
sting 1.83 ERA- 21: ear ,old KMS: leather. (;eorKItoweii. <> f I'I' '
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'nado's ,two->ear catcher. was inexplicably ford Koadrumiers. :.17 III oxerul. t
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: ,,.....-r', Water's: Bus inessmen, Misfits OPn I
. Emmett Bright: Ni ; :! .

1 First place-W..MI. !_..&..(legend honaer and TerrV.ines was two for thtMrw14 .. .:_Randy. Cor.
College Football Dream Comes TrueFor Ii place Starke BusIneMmm "to bItf"'r.... .,....wlflne...
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Emmett Warren Bright of second unit midway through Spring '" "....... .1i \ while the Misfits won to tie L. lot Jackson was tour for four,and Too LWCI hitters were 'naJ..Pb
Lawtey a dream came true Thursday, workouts. i..,..... .>. :d.h. third in a short week eC, Mcris Bmrd Roberts, John Valfwki, and Wrffm,who bounce, !two noonert_
'" like to special thank and Larry Lee who tripledMisfits
1 give
May I' .' League Softball. n Chuck Johnson three for four for the
On that date the Bradford High. to Coach Hurse and Coach Sexton (at .... .: ;:, :'if!:;.... Senior Boys.
School graduate signed a college football BUS) for all the help and encouragement ..
scholarship with Troy State they gave me" Bright said, '. Water's 20-Sr.Itays II I n-Rebels 11
University of Troy, Alabama-two "Also the coaches at TSU for the daily ,. Water's clouted: 10 home\ runs and St.Businessmen LWCI The Misfits pounded 37 hits,scoring
years after he graduated from high support and for helping me achieve "won"the last two innings 7.11n their The Starke Businessmen almost seven runs in the second inning and
school. Emmett didn't give on the goal." batted nine in the seventh in an easy win
up my nine run over the Senior Boys around twice as they pouncedon
dream after being passed over after In his senior season at BUS the Tornadoes "" Thursday night May 24,at WesUlde. LWCI for 14 runs in the first inning over the Rebels Wednesday May 23.
high school and the two years of In were 7-4,winning the District i''I' Wednesday night May 23. Randall Thomas cracked three
dividual workouts and play with Kit title before falling in the first round of homers and both Fred Wheeler and
chen's Tile of the Starke Men's Flag the state playoffs. Emmett Bright.a senior at BUS. Dewey McKinney played home-run- Gene Tanner pounded two home Ralph Gilpin were five for six for the
Football League paid off In tryouts derby in the win, clearing' the fences runs and went three for four. Don Misfits. Wheeler's night Included a
with Troy Stale, a nationally-known 1 1 four times in a five for five night. Sprow four with a homer, triple, and double, while "
small college power. f ] Charlie Green and Brian Johns both homer and a triple and Bill Ratliff Gilpin tripled and doubled.Steve Cox '
Bright, who started as a defensive added a pair of four-baggere. Green was three for five with roundtripper was three for five with a triple and l
back for two years at Bradford High The first woman to iwlm th.'English' Chamwl Wat 19ytar *- was three for three with five runs and two doubles to lead the double, John Ramsey was three for
School, will be playing strong safetyas old Gertrude Ederle in 1926. It took her1''14 hours scored and Johns was three for four. Businessmen.J.J. Wheeler was three three, Lloyd Gilpin two for two, and
as a freshman at Troy lie was on the and 31 minuttsl, Jim Lewis went three for five with a for four, Buddy Paterson two for Billy Sanford two for three. .....

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"If, 1 ow M M Northside and Hope stayed In flint won over! Plmgaptist' Tues- del three tuts in five at bate and D. the sixth inning and that avrvtm!
STHCKUP twr.ncen: and second place in the Men's Church [ at W.UW.I1Id. Johns was two dor three far KL. Pine Level Baptist's"tMtAsM 'to
,t< : .1'1I1" .4l. softball league with wins last week Ostoen and four Danny Hildebraa was four for five the seventh.........
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past Pine Level Into third place with a Ostea 's night Including a adding three hits la five at twice In the top of the..........A ooa.
MPMOPKN w.... DY aooIWf MAJOR 1L! victory. Morgan was two for Ralph Morgan going two for fused PL,basenuwer was called out to
Wilm 11. "CIIU 1M 11_ 1D.fa -. Wallis 17-lit Methodist Mark MttcSeil busted a three three. end the game as be crossed: home and
11IN. N Hope M........ 1LVICI -. Northside Baptist scored 11 times In Mil triple. Hope I!-Calvary 1 ran into the dugout after a bobbled
">:. MtelM* M ICtak I'IneLeor. N N Gilltlia J) dpN W'.1 the second Inning In an easy win over Jay Godwin was two for three and Hope Baptist dominated Calvary in fly ball was ruled to have been caught
2 b i.. % Sr Bar MRebel. Mad lit. I-I First Methodist Tuesday night. fltannie Harris two for four with a trt- a Friday night game to up its recordto before being dropped. After a first
at" .' Ml '''''p. 1. 61 .0 a 1 Id 1.1 Stuart Duncan was three for four pWforFB. 7-3. heated-then calm discussion the runner
.i; .eIMath. H DIXIE with a homer Falrland McClellanwas J." K.Uke 31-Madison St.R B. Bishop, Lea Boone, and Jerry was allowed to return to the bases!
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r'al;", t WOMEN mil WJ. ITimciunu "i park home run and both scored three blasting Madison Street at Westslde homering and Boone tripling for the runs to plate five Northside runners in
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Wins and Losses Split Up. in DY Major, 2nd-Half I


L. Williams two for three with Lamar Grewll had two hits for LG.
.. The Dixie Youth Major Baseball
League started off tta second half with two doubles, Mike Gowens was two
Dodger 6-L.Blue 7
; everybody winning some and taring Sean for three with two runs scored, and The Dodgers came beck from a) 4-0
Robinson was two for four for
last week.
some the deficit to nip Lawtey Blue In Lawtey
Lawtey team
: The balanced won-loat standings Wednesday, May 23.
show just one team with a winning Robert Carver was three for four
I record-the Dodgers, who are 2-1, and BravesS-L. Blue 4 Brad Brown doubled twice, and Mike
one team with a losing record- The Braves built up a 5-1 lead and Colvin, Len Eaves and Tony Diggs
r D Lawtey Gold, the first half champs held off Lawtey Gold Thursday evenIng all contributed two hits to the winning .
I i who are now 1-2. May 24, In Lawtey. cause.
John David Francis had four hits Jerry WUkerson stroked three hits
including a triple, and Mike ChappeD while Latimore Williams, Andy Nor-
4 ;t L.Blue 7-L.Gold tripled and singled for the winners. man,Sean Robinson and Marty Irons
I Lawtey Blue scored six times in the Sam Norman Wayne Brown, and all had two hits. Irons had a double.

,.,., ,. third inning to get past Lawtey Gold -----

....-, 1" w ,. J rn4. Tuesday Latimore evening.Williams, Jerry Wilker- /.

../. "}<. ',J.'. ....-.. 4 son, and Marty Irons all had two hits THE
,. .., apiece for the winners with Williamsand
..;)lt J'J". Wilkerson crashing home runs
>>: .:" T and Irons doubling.
-' :" 1' .. Carlton Johnson busted a homer ( A"Jli9L STEAKMAN

I 41' ., ttJ4:.... ,.,. ." S, 7 4 tisi.1 +1 and singled for the losers with Owen
.,. Southerland adding two hits.
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Luanna Mundorff bats for Bits and Piece In their 11-10 Other pictured. are from left to rlRht. It and 1;bast-run- Braves -Dodgers I ,
I win against the LWCI Angel In last 'aLawteyln. ner Debbie Gray and base coach Cheryl Godwin, and for The hits Braves In raked Dodger pitching ITAGAIN
18 a four-Inning game Tues- \ DONE
i vllational women's Softball tournament. LWCI catcher Linda Thoma!
( day night at Pratt St. Field.
John David Francis went four for
; Green Cove Team Lnwtev Women's Softball Winner ?, four with two doubles, and Tony (K : !
'. Milliard was three for four with a tri +
pie and four runs scored to lead the
Carl's Garage of Green Cove Springs Bits and Pieces, a team made up Starling were two-for-four for LWCI. winners Into the second half lead.
loaded with stars, of local First Christian Church handed Bits
a team young mostly church league players,
Mike Chappell and Jason Polk added
romped to the title in the first annual won two and lost two falling in the and Pieces its first loss, 12-11 Saturday for
two two while Robbie
Invitational Women's Softball third morning although D. Johns went games
: Lawtey place game to Hawaiian Tropic
Boone was three for four and Mike
Tournament last weekend while two of the Keystone Recreation league 6-4 three-for-four and Cookie Mundorff Whitaker for a a 6
two three.
: local teams combined for a 2-3 record. after beating the other local entry and Tracy Gcorgp went twoforfourin
Timmy Harper was two for two and
LWCI of times. the losing cause. LWCI was then
a couple B topped
Robert Carver doubled for the losers.
eliminated 14 S Sherri Johns and
Carl's won three straight to win the LWCI 11-10 in a Friday night first as
team title, crushing First Christian round game as Dawn Schoening and Nancy Alvarez went three-for-five for
L. Lawson both went two-for-four for the winners. Nan Walker and Gaile
Church of Lake Butler 15-0 in the
Dodgers 14-Meta
finals. the winners. Linda Thomas and Joy Crew had two hits apiece for LWCI. In 59
the third place game loss Hawaiian A seven run fifth inning keyed the $1
Tropic Keystone Johns went three- Dodgers win over the Mets Friday
I Merchants Put Wraps on 1st Half for-four while Cookie Mundorff and night, leveling both teams second half
records at 11.
Tracy George were both two-for-four
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Michael Colvin and Brad Brown

Dixie Boys Baseball League Title LWCI's lone win came easily, 21-8 both had three hits in four at bats to WAY
..... over Tyler's of Newberry. Gaile Crew pace the winners.Robert Carver add- ANY 1,
torrid four-for-four with a ed two hits in five trips, including a
Civitans in 24, was a YOU
a Thursday, May
The Merchants wrapped the Dix
I up homer in the win while Esther Ellison triple, and George Leva ser doubled. :)
ie Baseball League first half game. ,
Boys c:,
Norman went two for two homered and went four-for-flve, WANT
championship with an 8-1 record. Clayton Doug Samons was two for three
That title qualifies them for the and was the winning pitcher with an Gloria Pileler and Joy Starling were with a double, and Stephen Jones was
season-ending two out of three league 11 strikeout-five hit performance. three-for-flve, and Nan Walker one for two for the Mets. ITI
championship series against the second Mike Waters was two for three and homered.
Saucer went for two for the Stephane Hines of Green Cove won
half winner if It is a different Larry one ,
the Best award with
team.The Merchants finished 8-1,one winners. Batting Giants 8-L. Blue 4 Jr
game ahead of the 6-2 Olympians In Scott Hudson, the losing pitcher 14 hits in 17 at bats while the Team The Giants built up a 5-0 lead and
the loss column. despite allowing just six hits, went Sportsmanship Award went to cruised past Lawtey Blue 8-4 Friday y' .
two for two for the Civitans. with Hawaiian Tropic. night at Pratt Street Field. 'v ,u .,M
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Tudy O'Neal adding a double and Greg Tyson and Daren Chandlerwere .
Merchant 6-Firebird 2 Randy Alvarez going one for one. both two for four, Greg Wilkinson esarar' *
Barry Johnston fired a one hitter GRADUATION GIFT doubled, and James Davis was :'
and the Merchants came back from one for two in the Giants first win of '"
two runs down to defeat the Firebirds Firebirds! L.B.. Engineer 3 the second half.Library .
Tuesday night at Westside Field. The Firebirds scored three runs in 10 % DiscountTo
Emmett Watkins was two for two their first at bat and held on to beat Show Film IIJWCEI1I1Vt:?
Jimmy Schoening doubled, and the Lake Butler Engineers by thrt All Seniors to /
Johnston, Blaine Dyal, and Kevin margin Wednesday, May 23. at Stomp your feet to the music of the r.
Johns all singled and scored once to Westside Field. Sweet Adeline Choruses singing old
back the righthander's fine pitching Bow Harrison was one for two and ,tQBRET favorites in the film "Queens of Har Q) JVW ( ( (]
performance.. scored three times for the winners & JERRY'SATHLETIC mony" at the Bradford County Public 1 m .1 I'
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safety and scored once. pitcher Billy Reitz adding hits. Reitz all.
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The Rangers used 13 bases on balls
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Thursday. May 24. Robert Starling Open -
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Kenneth Norman had two hits, and
Jamey Crews added a hit and three 5 am. 2 p.m. Hlway 100 E 964-8562 5 am 2 pm.
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The Indians were helped along by 15 SAVER 100 SMI1QQ r.1ROSIER'S
bases on balls but also got a home run
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Kevin Blankenship, Chet Norman, -flF1T
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Starke's Stars, the defending slate weekend -event being ousted In dJeburgh'* Sr OllP81'l .' ..... .J1nter- ;rew :- J $
y's loser's bracket finals by reel Ontor oTTeRce of11S. Greie I' o.e,
Buddy Will I3ijy: fit i year first old state : jGm Karr, Green Cove's number ,and Roy Thomas of Jacksonville, Big, bats hias ..........
ii" but weeWl cbamal '"men's team, by a 19-13 count 1..13. the Stars Mt :: : tssm. "Will
!: M in the morning the eventual The senior boys team plAyed before tourney. Mike T rfl'ped fee
ciungsr7 Aesoplatloth J ?. Florida Pump Orange Park's big crowds all\ weekend as fans sphere at a sky-high.98___.wMfe tf
1 had t*'watch hits In 13 at bats,and 'I
a BHS Sports teams. best, topped the local dub 12-10: migrated from other games Jet.rery Nerflas
onroute to an undefeated tourney win. the 1 18 and under club: hustle its way to was 14 for 19 (.787) with four doubles,
I The Stars won three and lost two In T>> Stars wins came over Mid- fourth place. That and the team's three home rum, and 19 RBr
Other top averages wen: John
Telegraph Sports Editor ". '. "::d4( Vallnski, .875 on seven hits In eight at
.. U changed As Dom ino"s Fla. Bank WinThe bats; Chub Johnson, .714; Al Chapman
.dL_ .1 U I I II L I II I u. .. Women Standings .621, Mike Jackson .53,Chuck

With proceeds from what might be Starke's professional wrestling debut Domino's and Florida Bank Caiolyn Redding was two for four Jerri Lane was two for two and Johnson Doug Reddish.556. and 500.Marcus Cruce and
event'offers June 7) going to the Bradford High Schra: }AttU\ U4 Department the both two contests last week as the '" double for FB. Marian Walmsley three for five
the community a chance to give a dWet* Boost to BHS*'"athleticrograma standings won In the Starke Women's'' Ja Sweat was three for three Ginny Kllby was two for three. for The Stars will next play In a tourna,
program that right now is balanced bit to the red tideof the .
a budget andSharon
Open Softball league remained vnf- Redd three for four, the Bullets. ment June 1&-17 In Tifton. Georgia
ledger ,
Kllby two for three for the with the event
of the
iEven If you don't tune In to the TV version on a died-in-the-wool tan baal you'' changed. Bullets In the loss. some
The two league-leaders will square top senior boys ((16-U teams In the
{might think about checking into wrestling-even U Gordon Soli won't be '
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off at 7:30
i;;}lng the airplane spln-by-head smash commentary. After all, whether pro wrestlJng Field again tonight : '"rl Florida Bank held Bradford Fur-
Is a true sport or a just a show,it can help sports in this area with a good turnout ; !f.-t Domino's Bullets S niture to four hits and broke a Rummage Sal Set ,
.> The Domino's scored In every InnIng scoreless tie with a six run third inning A rummage sale, Including a bake sale
*. Domino's 31-B.Furn.2 but one as they topped the Bullets Thursday night. and car wash, will be held Saturday,
"-, >' The Domino's were shut out In their 1W Thursday, May 24, at Pratt St FB's Gloria Sapp was four for four June 9, at Norman's Produce on
Norman Gets Baseball Grant US-301 to benefit the Starke Stan.
for three
Field. with Edith Sapp going two
but bunched 31 runs
Norman, the heavy hitting outfielder-third baseman named Most first two at bats Proceeds will help travel cost
Jeffery into the last three innings of a 15 run Terri Parrish led the black and and Melba Howard two for four. pay ,
: ing Player on the Region II baseball team from BUS, for the teams play In state and '
championship} rule nightTerri grey with a five for five night that included Janice Jockel was two for two for pose l'J
:{:signed a full scholarship with St.Johns Community College of Palatka last week. game Tuesday three for five a homer and three doubles. the losers. ble national tournaments. !
Parrish "J
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with._. Jean -
homer and Betty -
{offensive categories for Tornadoes. He hit .422 with 35 hits,and 30 runs batted a -" 'five :
:in, and was second on the team In fielding percentage. Hudson went four for with two ; '
doubles, and Judy Broughton was WINDOW t
four for five with a double to pace the, 1 ,
winners. Carnell Williams added two '

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Hope topped Grace to BO to 6-0 (to Down 3-0 after two innings Hope i1-2II )l Z' ''i' .
Grace's 5-2)) while St. Edwards' 17-5 came back to tie the score with a I CALL HAMPTON 468-2945 '
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..-- .Edwards 17.1st' Baptist S Helen Hersey had two hits in four at Rumania. .
.;-'St.',Edwards moved out of last place bats for Hope while Tammy Baldree -----_. --_. "
tor the first time this season as the scored twice, Mary Redding as one- t
:'win moved them to 1-5 and past First for-one and AJrianne Denmark had a
"Baptist, which fell to 1.in. league key single in the fifth Inning rally. Do Y Know About
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row left to right, Tony Diggs, Robert Carver Allen Hall, Shawn Struthers, '
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nary son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lut- :. May3r. 17' page 1B 9647608
cne of Orlando were united in marriage .. .. .
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'May S, at 4 p.m. at the home of TT

Mind Mrs. Meng. Hospital Auxiliary ,., : with leather leaf fern, white
Rev. Robert C. Besalskl of miniature roses, white feathered carnations -
Gainesville performed the nuptials Had Awards Dinner baby's breath and
:; :: ,was'a large trellis arch with yellow plumes,with cascades of white ribbon
''and(White daisy clusters among Ivy. Meeting Monday Night streamers.! For something old, she
lhr(either side were white wicker wore the garter worn by her motheron
slandgfcontalnlng! fern, daisies and a1P Annual reports were given at the ; -' : her wedding day; for something
mums" Large palms, scheffelaire Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary : new she wore the gown of her own
were placed around the arch. Dutch treat dinner-meeting Monday: design; for something borrowed abe
o, 'Robert E. Thomas of Gainesville night at the Western Steer Steak wore a lace cap belonging to her
j.;was best man. House. maternal grandmother; for
-, Joyce Meng attended her sister. Following dinner Mrs. Maurice' s something blue, she wore a beautiful
': maid of honor. She wore a dainty Overstreet president, presided over turquoise bracelet a gift from a
: printed white eyelet dress the meeting where annual reports r- maternal aunt of the groom, Mrs.
.... featuring a wide ruffle around the were given by the committee _____ Trond Sundem of Flat Rock N.C.
::jb:scoop neckline. The floor length full chairmen. Mrs. M. F Hazen, service ; a The wedding party assembled
,$< skirt was gathered at the waist by a awards chairman, passed out service r ri before the archway, Intertwined with
,'::, yellow satin ribbon. She carried a awards pins to the members. Mrs. e leather leaf fern and baby's breath, i
;:.: single cala lily with baby's breath and ------ ..., George Anderson, who Joined the accented by two large baskets of #
long yellow streamers. She wore Mr. and Mrs David Wanner Auxiliary in 1964 received her 4000' greenery, white gladioli, yellow and
daisies and roses In her hair. hour pin for volunteer time given in e 'white crysanthemums, baby'sbreath
: The bride, given in marriage by her The punch table was covered with a the past 15 years. Mrs.; Mildred Frick highlighted with peacock x
,. ; ; father,wore a white eyelet gown with white linen cloth and was centered received a 2000 hour pin and Mrs. Ida ''feather plumes. Large ferns and potted ,I
fitted bodice, sweetheart neckline with a crystal punch bowl encircled Lee Plummer received a 1500 hour palms were used in the area. Pot
.;; trimmed with eyelet lace, short puff with Ivy, daisies and mums. pin. All 43 members were given service :: ted yellow and white crysanthemumswere
ed sleeves and long full skirt. She Mrs. Robbie Shaller kept the award pins. placed at vantage points about
wore a large wide. brimmed white bride's book.Assisting Mrs. Charles Swartz, membership ____ the lawn.
lace hat trimmed with silk daisies and were Carolyn Hunter, chairman, stated the Auxiliary has 13 The couple Invited their guests to a
yellow sweetheart roses in a cluster Phyllis McClure, Sallye Scoggins, new members, 13 sustaining the refreshment tables, Immediately
:'I on the side. She carried a cascade sisters of the bride; and Betsy Meng, members, 43 active member and following the ceremony. The bride's
:. bouquet of cala lillles and baby's Elaine Meng and Lori Meng, sisters- nine life members.Mrs. cake table was covered with a white
.: breath with white peeko streamers. in-law of the bride. Mildred Frick and Mrs. Bill I---- satin cloth overlaid with lace and
,.v: A reception was also held in the Following a wedding trip to Key Wilson were appointed to investigatethe a centered with a three-tiered cake topped -
':;; garden where spring flowers were in West, the couple is residing in Orlan- price for new furniture for the with a satin bell intertwined with i
:h: evidence at points of Interest do. Hospital! lobby ; baby's breath. The cake featured
I The bride's table was covered with Mrs. Drew Reddish stated the _ '-_. white roses, with peacock-colored ornamentations ,
'r.a white linen cloth and centered with The bride is a 1976 graduate of cracker and chip machine in the lobby w, )d and crystal pedestals ,
': a three tiered wedding cake topped Bradford High School and employedat needed to be replaced for a larger supporting each tier. The table was
I ':with imported china musical doves. Martin Marrietta, Data Process machine, which was approved. ,+ decorated with fern, white pompomsand
Daisies and yellow mums entwinedthe Division, Orlando.Mr. The next board meeting will be held baby's breath. Serving cake to
silver candleabra. Mrs. Robert Wanner Is an accountant at the June 7 and the next general meeting q the guests were Mrs. L.A.Canova Jr. ;
Thomas of Gainesville cut the cake. same firm. wiU be held In Sept.Woman's and Mrs. David Canova aunts of the
m bride, and Miss Judy Lynn Canova, g
cousin of the bride.
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jend of. t covered in white lace and centered
Commttees, { & with a two-tiered chocolate cake
: decorated In white with chocolateroses
ofmonth Announced ', r: --......, --" .; ....- Mr.and Mrs.William McRae was supported with crystal pedestals.
Mrs. W H. Thomson, president of J This cake was surrounded with fern
the Starke Woman's Club announces I' and yellow pompoms. Serving at this
the following committee chairmen' for a Miss Canova Mr.. McRae United table was Mrs. Warren Stevenson,
1979-80: f sister of the groom.
Budget, building and finance, Mrs: In Garden The punch tables were covered with
V. J. Spengler; devotion Mrs. W. B. Ceremony May 12 peacock satin cloths, matching the
v Mundy; grounds, Mrs. A. Russell 1 dresses of the attendants. Crystal ,
Norman; house, executive board '1': The marriage of Miss Cynthia from the bride's bouquet. punchbowls were encircled with ivy,
junior sponsor,.:.Mrs. Betty Young; Louann Canova, daughter of Mr. and Bridesmaids were Miss' Ellen baby's breath and yellow and white
membership, Irs. AI K. Carlisle; Mrs. George Alderman Canova, to George, Miss Ronda Stern and Miss pompoms. Relatives and family
1uiIIIIIJf \-. pianist, Mrs. L. A. Canova; publicity, William Michael McRae, son of Mr. Robin Stern, all of Starke. Miss Kathy friends served and assisted in caringfor
Mrs. James Blackshear; social, Mrs. and Mrs. Donald Foy McRae, was Talor served as maid of honor. Miss the guests.
Bill Powell and Mrs. Herb Herres.An performed at the home of the bride's Holly Shields, niece of the groom, After visiting with their guests, the r
Q on all springDRESSES incomplete list of new memberswas parents on Kingsley Lake on Satur served as flower girl, carrying a couple left from the dock, navigated -
v published In last week's day, May 12, at 11 o'clock in the morn- white wicker basket filled with petals. by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Palmer, J,'., _- 1
Telegraph In the May Breakfast 1n across the lake. They left immediately -.:- t
writeup the list should have read: \ the guests were greeted at the entrance The bride's attendants wore gowns for a wedding trip to Long Boat :
Mrs. Bill Powell, Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, gates by Mrs.Canova, Mr and ,handsewn of peacock slipper satin Key, on the Florida west coast. Upon
Mrs. Mary Yearta Mrs. Malee Sarnt, <,, Mrs. McRae Mis. L.A. Canova, Sr., featuring a scooped neckline short, their return, they are residing on j
Mrs. E. R. Weaver'Mrs. C- J. Hill, 's} Mrs. Paul Bridges, Mrs";;JamesjQttor -v-puffed sleeves,a fu ...sweeping skirt Kingsley Lake. "
.. Mrs Gerald MOran .Mrssiiobert js t,* 'c t MrrBarneyMcRa' 7rartW'r! .-endlng-ln Irwtde J'lJtfleThey carried w AmoI18..fhe ";jhany 'guests' sharing' o- ":
,rall.: Mrs. Augustin l: Mrs. rT They were ushered onto the lawn by lovely white lace fans, decorated witha with the couple were f
Carlos! Hernandez Mrs. Domingo the groomsmen and Invited to yellow cymbidium orchid bearing Their grandparents Mrs. L.A.
I .DeSantiago Mrs. James Blackshear register at the bride's book table by peacock feathers and ribbon Canova, Sr.. paternal grandmother of '.
t I I RACK Mrs. Lucille Spry and Mrs. Hazel I Miss Lynn Moxley and Mrs. James streamers They wore a diamond the bride. Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Furlong,
DRESS ;S & $aulk. Barber. Guests assembled about a lavalier, a gift of the bride. Their maternal grandparents of the bride;
SPORTSWEAR : Misses Pam Powell and Kim Norman wrought Iron) archway which markedthe headpieces were designed of peacocktulle and Mrs. Delia Drew, maternal i
assisted in serving at the May site of the ceremony. matching their dresses. The grandmother of the groom. .
i Breakfast. Musicians from the University of flower girls gown was of identical :
'10 TO$15 Mrs. Thomson, Mrs. James Florida provided a String Ensemble,, fabric featuring a cape collar with Darlene Griffis, (,
li Blackshear and Mrs. Robert Hali'attended performing several baroque selec- full, tiered skirt.Ringbearers ,
the district 4 Woman's Club tions as the guests assembled. were Brian David and Underhill 'r
values 19'60.00 workshop held at the Fernandina Classical guitarist, Remus Kar- Jason Allan Canova cousins of the Gary
Beach Woman's Club on May 2$.They nanovitch, rendered vocal selections, bride. They carried handmade satin
also visited the .plantation. at Amelia including a Rennaissance Love Song pillows trimmed with lace and bearing To Wed Friday Night
Island. and a Wedding Song. the wedding bands of the couple.
The the bride descended the Darlene Griffis and Gary
64 wedding party approached The steps
Weeks UDOto site to the strains of Bach's "Jesu, escorted by her father in an exquisite will be united in marriage, Friday
Joy of Man's Desiring". The wedding gown handsewn by her maternal June I, at 8 p.m. in Grace Baptist In -
Meet June 6 party included Otto M. Spangler, grandmother. The gown was fashion Church with a reception Hall.following
pastor of Baptist Campus Ministries, ed of white slipper satin overlaid the church Fellowship and relatives invitedto
university of Florida. with shimmering sheer delight. The All friends
, r :4 SPORTSWEAR j Mr. McRae served by his father as hand banded neckline featured dainty attend.
vrs..ti W. T. Weeks chapter, U.D.C., will best man. Groomsmen were Warren lace trimming. The hand-tucked a.- l
'20off have their annual covered dish lun- Stevenson, brother-in-law of the bodice featured a scooped yoke In-
cheon and installation of officers on groom; George A. Canova Jr. serted with rosepoint lace. The long. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Terwlllegar
r Wednesday, June 6, at 11:30 a.m. at brother of the bride;-Paul Erwin, 01 puffed sleeves were hand tucked and have returned from a weeks vacation ,!
the Kingsley Lake home of Mrs. W. B. Lake Wales; Robert Paterson, Jr., of ended in deep cuffs, tucked and edgedIn in Hawaii. i""
n3 hat elllif ",-, ru" Mundy with Mrs. Guy Sale and Mrs. of Gainesville. skirt endedin
Starke. and Don Hardy lace. The full sweeping ,
iEILA'S Dress, 6.11. Shop "., r jlM .,? ... Charley Johns as co-hostesses. Male members of the wedding party a chapel-length train designed with BRADFORD SQUARE FLORIST

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They wore buttonnaires designed of band of rosepoint lace. Her veil was
peacock feathers and a yellow made of layers of sheerest' illusion
: feathered carnation. The groom's and held in place by a lace cap. She '

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11 Miss Brenda Sapp Piano Recital' by Martha Buckley I Shower Honoree

Tea Honoree was*h.r.nterpreee with tVtmUuf Mae IB
Saturday Herres June 2 DeIKe CII ...
1it; .;, Joey leer ... WecII.IIIc wIll be as t tapers 1-; ibrL liver

Miss Bread bride elect was ',,I' ... ., ..... honored. a tray. held eake. sausage balls( and
Saw Joey Herres wtH be presented ta .
honored at a morning. ''',' .,,',, piano redial by Ma Mrs .... t"'lTf...shover :aat ..... Poising punch wa Mrs. Steve
"j May M.given by Mrs. James R Red: ....','.",". r1 Mona Canova onSat rdayJaea3 tearty. Htaters. were Mrs. bed*:3 Thomas sister 01 the bride .leet. Cuttlng
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dish.Mrs. Unda Johns and Mrs J. E. the cake was Mrs. Bert Medea.
<; ; sees aWfe Douglas. Mrs.
[ 7-90 I In the First
: CfeerchFellowship
p-m. Baptist !
j Hardy at the home of the latter on (.. Hall. Fafcon, Mrs. Harry K. Hitcher III. aunt of the groomelectGuests
East Call Street !' ,: i, Bradford Mrs.Bert McGee.: Mrs.Steve Thomas from out of town were Mrs
Joey a High th
Mrs. Reddish greeted the guests "' : f and Mr*. Harry... M. Hatcher Jr. The Charlie Albert. Mrs. BW Harrell.
thee \..' grade student, Is the son of Mr. and bride-to-be and Mrs.
of the
the door and presented them to [ home of Mn. Hatches Jr. was the aunts :
Mrs. Herb Herres.
receiving line composed: of the bride- :\,; scene of the delightful occasion. Michael HarreU, cousin of the bride-
: Joey baa selected for the
elect, her mother Mrs. John Benny programconposiUons elect, from Jacksonville; Mrs. Bobby
...( '':, by Bach. Scarlatti, House plants and hanging baskets
mother of the Pearson, aunt of the bride etectfMs-
Sapp :
: prospective
; wen wed throughout the home for
Beethoven Cyril Scott George Gershwin wide
Mrs. Woodrow GrUfl and : { Esther Pearson. cousin of the
groan j'l.t 'l. decora Uon.
nd David Shire. He will also
grandmothers Mrs. Carl Sapp and ; { elect from Raiford; Mrs. Mary
; Corsages were presented: : to the
\ I.i" play yariaUona oa a weU-bowa bJmatuDe
( ;\ of the
Mrs. W. J. Dodd. \ McGee grandmother groom
fi Highlighting points Interest I In the ;' :jr:; t and>variations.and I bis own com position theme Buckley and mother.McGee mother ,elect and Mrs Dennis Crawford

i party rooms were arrangements!! of I ;. i AU music lovers, family, and of the prospective,OOGm. cousin of the groom-elect usefulgifts

_. .. ,., spring plants.cut flowers,day Wises and potted .....'...." ,"J'',:'".,.',.l"\I..";:"'t"" friends are cordially invited to attend The refreshment table was covered The and honoree the hostesses received many her
1fto1U: --- the cMYF with a embroidered linen and lace presented
RHeIIa Laden Mn. Johns invited the guests into Rev. sad Mrs. I-1- Parker cloth. An arrangement of silk flowers with a 72 piece of ai*.
t, Michael llewe the diningroom where Mrs. Keith Fifty guests were InvitedMiss
GiUingham passed out the plates.The Spring Teen
:ti: table was covered with an emported Rev. and Mrs. ParkerTo
Rhonda Landers
embroidered cloth and centered by a Banquet to be Held Terri Aljets' Bridal Shower Tuesday. May 22 I

Waterford crystal bowl of roses. Celebrate 50th .. _
Michael HoweEngagement Hawaiian strawberry delight punch Sunday, June 3 __ Terri Aljei., where marrage Refreshments were served from'
i'I was served from a silver punch bowl Anniversary June 10 Jackson Prevatt will be an event of silver punch bowl and silver trays,
F I ToldMr by paternal great aunts Mn. W. B. June t. was honored at a bridal Spring floral arraneemen'tah1ghl1pted
I Mundy and Mrs. Guy Sale. Mrs. Shirley Ann Mode of The First United Methodist Church shower and tea on Tuesday May 22. points of interest In thej.
and Mrs. Eldon U Landen of In the sunroom.the punch table was Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur will hold its annual Spring Teen Banquet from 7:30: to 9 at the borne of Mrs. L. party rooms for the occasion. .'.
Macclenn announce the engagement covered with a green organdy cloth D. Andrews of Brooker will honor Sunday evening. June 3, beglnn- V. Hardin in Green Acres. .
of their daughter. Rhonda Michelle, and centered! with crystal punch their parents. Rev. and Mn. Lonnie .First f.m. in the( church.of Hostesses with Mn. Hardin were
Michael Howe son of the late Rev. the t Martha Buckley
to bowL Mrs. Bobby Dodd L. Parker, at a reception on their Presbyterian Mrs. George Copeland, Mrs. Evelyn
Tommy Hose and Mrs. Mildred and Misses Cindy Dodd. Susan Sapp golden wedding Griffin Mrs. Herb Herres. Mrs.
anniversary Sunday
Howe 01 Starke. AQ teens I in the church are encouraged :
and Kim Robert Paterson. Mrs. Phil Vellenga Randall McGee
Sapp.Assisting June 10. from 2 to 5 p.m. at the borne
MISS Landers is a student of Baker to attend and bring their and Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn.
of their In Brooker.
in serving were Mn.Joan parents
County High School. All friends and relatives Invited Rose bud corsages were presentedto ToWedJune8Mr.
Mr Howe is a 1976 graduate of Chitty Mrs.T. C Hazen. ,Jr.and Mrs. are the honoree her mother Mrs.
Bradford High School and an John Greene. to attend. The program will include a Allison Aljets. and mother of die prospective and Mrs. Gary T. Buckley andi;
employee) of Union; Correctional Institution. Orchid corsages were given to the L delicious meal and a wonderful even- groom. Mrs. Carl Prevatt. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. McGee request *
honoree and the two mothers in the tag of entertainment The gifts were displayed In the the honor of your presence a*
Wedding plans will be announced at receiving line. The grandmothers E3 and Mrs. Gary Bakken of family room Including a place setting the marriage'of their daughter and
t. a later date. were given silk rose corsages. The Seymour Johnson AFB. GoJdsboro The two older youth groups will not of her chosen china a gut from her son. Martha Sue and Joseph Randall.
hostesses also gave the honoree a ser N.C.are spending this week with their meet this Sunday evening, as all hostesses. The ceremony will take place Friday -
r Miss Brenda Sapp ring piece to her chosen silver pat parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bakken members of both of these groups are The refreshment table was covered: ,June 8.at 8 p.m.at the First Baptist -
and Mr, and Mrs. Warren Ebling. invited and encouraged to attend the with a artwork cloth and centered Church with a reception followingin
I Given Lingerie One hundred fifty guests! were invited banquet with a spring floral arrangement. the Fellowship Hall of the church.

to call between the hours 10:30 .
and 12 o'clock.Engaged. -
Shower May 17

Mist Brenda Sapp. marriageto Couple -
Leonard Gnffis will be an event of
June 15. was honored at a lingerie Honored

Mrs shower Charles Thursday.Blalock.May Mrs.17 Gary given Os-by at Reception at rOOD I'

teen the home and Mrs.of the Edward latter. Ripplmger at Saturday NightMiss AIBJo J

One game was played and a prizea..a Debbie Spongier and Desso
Forman whose be an ,
The refreshment table was covered: event of June 23. were at a .,.'....
with a white bndal cloth over beige reception Saturday night at the home mmmI
lace and centered with an arrange- of Mr. and Mrs Jerome Johns at :f 7
ment of roses. Crystal Lake.Cohosts 1- p ,
The hostesses presented the were Mr.and Mn.Warren
honoree with a long gown as a Winkler Dr. and Mn. J. E. Den-
memento of the occasion. Mrs. JohnB. mark. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy
Sapp. mother of the bride-elect Mr.and Mn. Richard Joc: el,Mr.amiMrs. ;
Mrs. Woodrow Griffis. mother of the Eugene Tanner Carl Hunt Mr.
prospective groom and theTjonoree and Mrs. Bill Wilson. Mr. and Mrs
were each given a bud vase,with a Jess Wolbert and Ms. Ellen Miller.
long stem red rose. Greeting the guests at the door ,.,;&
were Mrs. Johns Col. and Mrs. V. J. of I gte / D
Spengler and the honored couple. q
Darlene Rhoden e"sl&vinPl"Oduad
Silk corsages: were given to the

Jim Gatlin women receiving hostesses IJne and and rosebud those bouton-!In the I m& $ $$8&j < ;

naires were'given to the men. --
k. Wedding June 2 A focal piece in the foyer was a j fpiTft 1 w ? Fresh. .Florida LimesA14', 10 "si 895'
reproduction: of Renoir's engagementon
The wedding of Miss Darlene an antique easel.! Ort.the' mantel a 1 Un.w....Juicy.,.. Pineappleail! I hneMW;;''t 7rQ-N
Rhoden. daughter of Mr. and Mn. were two gold cats dressed in Vic-
Harold Khodrn of Hampton, to Jim torian costume under a glass dome Sweet Honeydew Meloils rue ,
called "The Courtship." Also on the w r"...-ra
Galliii. son of Mr. and Mn. W. R.
Gatlin of SUrke. will be solumnized mantel was a crystal vase holding I .p nt r' cQaif Sno-White Cauliflower IS'
Saturday. June 2. at 7 p.m. at the long stemmed roses. lA IM mmm t a-
Starke Church of God. At either end of the refreshment Sno-White Mushrooms SI41 1
All fnends and relatives and their table were large crocheted pieces JIlH80 C w.wwrnr *
families are cordially invited to at. centered with silver punch bowls. with 27 9 89 $119 Fresh Slaw or Salad 49 ,
tend the wedding and reception. silver goblets and silver punch cups. slat w r.fllr
Centering the table was a large silver LB BAG Red Delicious Apples 14 w L t"
lazy susan with hors d'oeuvres and
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J r1t other silver trays of delicacies. .AYEOd SAVE 20d A u Fresh Florida Grapefruit 6 III '100:.
Pouring punch at Intervals were
<::;BERTHSMr. Mrs.John Miller Mrs.Bob Ferguson. Ii\! .t ,,ll I hdS.t Potatoes 4 ilafl.":i
Mrs. J. D. Warren Mrs. Marion
C. Dukes and Mrs.J. E. Hardv. :: .

and Mn Michael Hartley of The hostesses presented the WATER GEORGIA BAKING
Starke announce the birth of a honored couple with a. double silver era
in Alachua General I Hospital. of the occasion. POTATOES PEPPERS
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Approximately ISO couples attended I
Mrs, J T Prevatt. Jr. of Starke. between the noun of 7 and 9 p.m. ,,x; < A LS lAVE
Paternal) grandparents are Mr. and v LBS $129"SAVE2 / ", St 10 110 0 :
Mrs Larry Hartley of St.Augustine.Mr A / {' FOR 1'
and Mrs Gary Hamilton of CLl'B RESULTS ;
Toccoa. Ga. announce: the birth of a Marie Dent and Lora Francis were B.SBOV5 COF3r3 ---.1 i
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the winning couple Duplicate ears sms on WMOIS MMMI KiE'IENIX CMMM MUT w*.
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Bridge! Tuesday night. Ida Shaw and save ts Itmm*UM CMMM-KNUN. MM.w.Jrrwe
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May 31. 1m TBU5GRAPH Pa"IB J

I Debbie Spengler Honored at two Showers Leo Ann Tlbbltts u"" ,, Cassie Riddick r11 "

Miss Debbie Spengler was honoredat MiA Debbie Spengler,bride eject of Wm. Watson, Jr. Shower Honoree
: a miscellaneous shower Saturday Desso Forman was honored with a
Ma/ll. linen shower Tuesday ""Y" given Engagement Told
': J. R. Cha....... Jr..:..Mis: C. D. Payne at the home of the latter on Mr. and Mrs. ... Farel Tibbitt of u bridal shower Thursday 17 1i
'.tilde and MM. R.M. q.' tile Descent Road. Wichita Kansas, announce the at the home of Mrs. Rosa Smith on
the latter on Bait Street. Games were conducted by Mrs. engagement and Morgan road.Cohostesses.
.': The refreahmeat tW was covered Duncan and prizes awarded. rlaJM of their daughter.approaching Lee Ann mar to were Mrs Ernestine
with a linen cloth and The refreshment Underhill and Mrs. McRae.
pale green table was covered William R. Watson,Jr. of Hampton. Allegra
.centered with arrangement of with an imported cutwork linen cloth Miss Tibbitts is a 1977 graduate of Mrs. Smith greeted the guests at
daisies in a straw hat centered with an arrangement of spring Central High School in St. the door. The hostesses presented the I
.,The hostesses presented Miss flowers on a crystal pedestal. Mo., and has been Joseph i honoree her mother. Mrs. Joe Red.
'Sbenglcr with a serving platter in her Corsages were presented to the Young University attending Provo Utah.Brigham dick and the prospective groom's y
chosen: china pattern and a daisy cotsage honoree and her mother, Mrs. V. J. Mr. Watson Is a 1973 graduate of mother Mrs. Bob Cooper with silk \\1
for the honoree and her mother Spengler. Miss Spengler was also Bradford High School and a 1979 corsages for the occasion.
.'Mrs., V. J. Spengler. given a thermal blanket from her graduate of Brigham Young Universi Games were played by the 20 guests
hostesses as a memento of the occasion. ty. He is a member of the national and prizes were won by Miss Gina
velma Barrett honor society Sigma Delta Pi. Hv, Brown and Miss Cassle Reddick.
fulfilled The guests were Invited Into the din
a two-year mission for the
,Dale Clemons Thad Smiths Entertainat Saints Church in of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day --- -. ,.-.. ing was room covered for refreshments.with a white The chantUly table .._--a," .J'J_..._s.,.,..... 1 I.
Uruguay and ,
Paraguay. Lee Ann Tlbblttl lace cloth and centered with a Tree of Lynn Jordan
Wed May 19. Rehearsal DinnerMr. The wedding will take Life covered with rainbow colored
place July 10
.. bows, rice bags, rings and wedding
In the Washington, D.C. Temple. A PERSONAlS. Lynne Jordan,
A. Dale Clemons and Ms. Velma J. and Mrs.Thad Smith entertained reception will be held in the Church of bells. j
.Barrett were united in marriage on at a rehearsal dinner Thursday Latter Day Saints chapel in Starke on Peggy and Becky Cooper, sisters of Robert J. Miller, Jr.
:4Iav-i9at a private ceremony attended night May 24. at the Western Steer Bessent Road July 20. Eoltne Green, daughter of Mr. and the prospective groom presided at the .1
by family and close friends at her Steak House for Michelle Gullion and All friends and relatives are invited Mrs..Johns Harry River N.Green, graduated fromSt. refreshment table. To Wed Sept. 1
home at Hampton Lake.a Bobby Smith wedding members and to attend. Community College in The hostesses presented the
their families. Palatka cum laude on April Z7. While honoree with an automatic coffee
Mr: Clemons Is employed at Container Among those attending the Shan attending St.Johns Eoline was recor maker as a memento of the occasion Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Jordan of
were Schmitt Live Oak announce the engagementof
Corporation of America andMs. ding secretary for Student-Faculty
Rev. and Mrs. Cecil Sr. -
Crawford II
=- their daughter Sandra Jotdan
Barrett manages the Sportman's Commission member of Compass
R.F. Mr. and
Bryant Clarence
World Lounge.An Gullion Mrs. Bobbie Gnann Mr. and Celebrates7thBirthday Club and Phi Theta Kappa. She is. Miss Cassie Riddick, bride-elect of to Robert Johnston Miller Jr.,
earlier party,entertained by the now working at Walt Disney World in son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller
Mrs. Roger Redding Mrs. Cindy John Cooper waR honored with a
!Southern Style band wa.attended by McRae Stewart Strickland May 24 the Lake Buena Vista Shopping, miscellaneous shower Tuesday nightof Sr.. of Taylorsville Ky.
"'over 250 friends and relatives held at and Denise Forrestl Center. She plans to attend. FSU at a. last week given by Mrs. Norman Miss Jordan is a 1975 graduate of
Jerry Bret and
Mr. and Mrs Charles Suwannee High School and is the
the Backdoor Lounge of Sportsman's; Chuck Smith. Schmitt later date. Redding and daughter Christie at
treated their granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.A.
I, World. .. daughter Shana to a their home on Blanding Street
The couple was given a three tiered -9 party at McDonald's May 24 in honorof Mr.and Mrs Sherrod Hamilton and Miss Riddlck her mother Mrs. Joe Lawson of Starke. Ms. Jordan is Miss
I wedding cake decorated with red 195 7 Class Reunion Set her seventh birthday. granddaughter Carat and Mr. and Riddick and Mrs. Bob .Cooper the Suwannee River Valley for 1978-79
roses-and many gifts.Following Canes were played and prizes Mrs. Mark Hamilton and 'family of and is employed at the Jordan In
groom-elect's mother
-= a wedding trip to BHS graduation class of 1957 will awarded to Doug Rule, Kyle Brown Tampa attended the Florida School of presented with silk were surance Agency in Live Oak.
yellow rose
Florida's west coast the couple ia hold it's class reunion Saturday June and Tracy Rowen the Arts graduation art exhititlon in ; carages Mr. Miller is a graduate of Spencer
I Residing at Hampton Lake. 2 at 6:30 p.m. at the Starke and Thirty-four guests enjoyed hamburgers Palatka Friday night where Jim Roses magnolia and green plants County High School and Eastern Ken
Country Club. cokes and tucky University where he was a
a birthday cake Hamilton was one of the seven ex used in the
were decorating living
If have not made reservation member of
you a decorated in the Dallas Cowboy hibitors. Sigma Pi fraternity and
please call Ann Godwin. 964-8859. cheerleaders theme room dining room and family room. received a business major degree. He
were played and prizes Is working at Johnston Miller In- :
awarded. The colors of the bride
surance Agency: in Taylorsville.
orange yellow green and purple,
were used In the refreshments, which The wedding will take place Sept. 1. :
were served by Christie Becky and at 6:30: p.m. in the First Baptist j
Peggy Cooper. Church of Live Oak.
The Hostesses presented the bride- No Invitations are being sent locally
elect with a cold meat fork in her
but all friends and relatives are In-
stainless pattern. vited to attend.

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Mrs. E. P. Renner and .Mr. and Pete Towe lie
IMN DDUCI Mrs. Gall Hart spent Sunday at '

rl .Cedarf Keys.Strawberry. To Wed June 15 :

Swingers attending the Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Lewis announce \,
state square dance convention In the approaching marriage of
Orlando Friday night to Sunday night their daughter Betty Ann Alvarez to r
were: Becky and Gareth Jones, Lucy
Edward (Pete) Malvin Towelle.
: RIM* AND melt noon(MUM...aY >i TM..U and E. W. Hodges May and Harry
weD .......f.nn ou INIIrf: agN1.1111nY10INI The wedding will take place Friday.
Carol Mac
'Hatcher Bruner Baldwin June 15, at 6 p.m. at the home of thebride's
,,, Harriet and B.C.HoItzendorf Wanda parents. Mr. and Mrs. I
IIt 0' y Tommy
4St and Tom Jackson: Marge and AI
Dressed Whiting Fish II Lewis. 1116 W. Pratt Street Starke.
.... ____ Carlisle. Millie and Gene Osteen
>M aiiiiti> seal ww rXU/ and
Jeannette Lynn Hamilton
Blade.., Chuck Roast. ... is$161 Shirley and Earl Boone Marty Barry 2)J y"u-.Xn .
i RI I"'10' peaXa""If. $1'8 a Sandra and Jim Duncan Carol andWarren I

Blade,.. .Chuck Steak ...,,,....LI Stevenson Emma Jane and Miss Pat Lamb of Daytona Beach
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'1 181 Norman Redding and daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. John E. Kunig
Boneless Stewing Beef u Christie Arlette and Jim Love andLucy to Wednesday of last week.
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first Florida execution since__'a circle and while holding hands. escaped from a minimum security His right hand remained clinched
1964 drew national attention to the., prayed "for God to touch the heart of '. prison In California. Brumm said and his left fingers moved around and .
maximum ecurity state prison near' Governor Bob Graham" and stop the Spenkelink shot Szmankiewicz twice pointed at his chest. He didn't move
Starke last Friday because it was the execution. then handed him an axe to finish him anymore, another witness said. .r
first unwilling execution in the United Other continued chanting loudly, off. Brumm said he hit the man. The Rev. Tom Feamsler. .
States since 1967. "Stop the murder the state Spenkelink told the jury he shot SfH'nktlink's minister spoke from the .
Gary Gilmore refused to allow appeals -:, murders." Szmankiewicz after he had been forced back of the witness room: -
in his behalf in a Utah case and j Television camera crews and other to perform a homosexual .act. "Gentlemen. I hope you pray in the'
was shot by a firing squad in 1971. reporters moved among the crowd Brumm said nothing at the trial and name of God that this is just and merciful
One of the letters U the Telegraphthis capturing the tears and shouting for cannot be tried again after being ac punishment, for our own soul's- :
week praised the courts for final- state and national audiences.A quitted. sake. -
ly allowing an execution to take place. fire to scorch the earth in remem- One state's witness assistant state The first shock apparently knocked :
Florida State Prison presently brance of John A, Spenkelink was ignited attorney Dan Reid of Gainesville. Spenkelink unconscious, but his heart-
houses 131 men condemned to death reported afterward that he was ableto continued to beat until 10IK. when a
for murder. One woman sentenced to, Spenkelink was convicted of look around the blinds that coveredthe prison doctor nodded to FSP Supt.
die is housed in South Florida. shooting to death a traveling compa- window separating the witnesses Dave Brivrton that it had stopx'dr ,
nion. Joseph Syzmankiewicz- a from the prisoner in the electric chairas "You could barely tell when he got ..
Outside the prison walls across motel in Tallahassee in 1973. Spinkelink was being strapped in it," !Said! one the 12 civilian witnesses '
SIM about 100 protestors milled the chair. to the execution. An employee of the.
Frank Brumm. 26, was acquitted of
around in a cow pasture. One speaker
first degree murder in the same case. At 10:12 a.m. the seven men in the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home, to
after another drew the groups attention death chamber stepped back from the which the body was consigned after ',
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or singing or to begina
prayers helped Spenkelink kill Syz chair and about 2.500 Volts passed the execution! said Spinkclmk's body.-
chant opposing capital punishment. who through the 30-year-old body of| the looked normal except for the hoa mankiewicz. was a parole
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t Crawford: Shares His Secrets
St. Edwards News 1, '

Gradwte Recognized To Growing "Bea tifu'" Garden !
1979 High School graduates honored ....... a -
at the 11 o'clock MASS on My 17
were: Ha Nguyen, Cindy Tyrrell "My garden never took like that from three 73-foot ws at the first
Cathy ArilineFw.- It'.. beautiful." picking.
z cis nepp rrdngldd kl and John "How do you do It? He keeps the garden watered whenIt
Vabnski. These graduate served. Those are some of the statements Is dry. If the garden is too wet,
lectors giftbearers and ushers at the heard so many times by Stanley itCrawhorddrabn thewater away from
Mass. Following the Mass they were Crawford. Crawford grows hisquarteracre it.After
applauded by the congregation. Their garden at nil home on a big rain, he loosens the soil y
Reverend Father Patrick SR-18 west of Starke. around the plants. t
holey, presented each: with a Many of the Union Correctional Last year's garden produced
Desiderata plaque. Mrs. Antoinette stitution employees and other friends freezer-full supplies for three families
COM on behalf of the Altar Society drive by and ask about it. including string beans Ford Hook
presented them with Individual In the fall Crawford turns his beans, squash, pickles, bell peppers
crucifixes. 4y' }. garden spot. the old cover crop is and tomatoes.
Following the services, *reception turned under and then cuts the soil. He picked as many.seven bushels
q was held (to the parish hall for the Crawford believes that ground of Ford Hooks from three 75-foot rows
graduates,their families and friends. preparation Is one asset to a good and seven bushels of butter beans
Doretha Ann Thomas The special cake decorated with a M at garden. Another is having and keep from four rows.
Christopher John Barry wise owl and congratulations greeting Ax 1't ing a dean garden. Plenty of hard work and tender lov ,
was the center of the refreshment After the soil is completed, ing care. Crawford says are the keysto :
r&tho Thomas table where fruit punch, sandwiches, Crawford applies 300 pounds of r-85 success. .
2*.' nuts and candles were also served.v to the quarter acre. After the work la done and the :.
Gardenia and rose bouquets The garden is always planted between freezers are filled, Crawford say*
I Christopher' Baccy decorated the tables. the 18th and 37th March. there's still plenty of time to talk .
I Mrs. Mary Cissy and Mrs. Claire The rows are made three feet apart about gardening ,
i [o Wed June J 16 Brunetti were in charge of arrangements ray .! Planting is. done with a hoe and the
-. for this affair. close together.
Cultivating la done with a hoe and
I Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Thomas of Lake
Father Foley Honored rototillar.
. Butler are proud to announce of the their approaching Sunday evening Father Patrick Crawford lutes the best seed .
marriage Foley was honored at a covered dish available to get a good stand.
i daughter Doretha Ann, to dinner held in the parish hall. Alter the vegetables are half
,i Christopher John Barry son of Mr. The highlight of the evening occurred grown ammonia nitrate is applied lat
and Mrs. George Higgins of Melrose. when Doug Samons dressed as a T AI one quart per 75-foot row. Very IItUe ,.
I will take Sardis I k 1
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wedding place -
monk presented! Father with a Monk'sSurvival d dusts or sprays are used.
; Church in Worthington Springs, Kit containing amusing 5, When asked if he plants by the nSi
1 i June All 18 friends at 4 p.m.and relatives of the couple mementoes of his nearly three years 55 S. signs, Crawford replied "No, with Si Sir
I leadership at St. Edward's. Mrs, the exception: of peas.
I are Invited to attend. Anne Samons,on behalf of the parish ,r w rt "I plant them during the dark
then gave Father a donation from his nights of April and signs in the neck.
I parishioners and friends. Crawford works at Union Correctional Institution during the day and after I'm convinced this keeps the bugs out
"PERSONALSMr. Tables were decorated with yellow hours can utually be found... tending to the growth of his own garden He lives of them.
TV cloths.: A decorated cake displaying a west of Starke on SR-ls and annually produce luab vegetable plants which supply Crawford believes it id better to'bave
and Mrs. Mark Hamilton and priest and appropriate lettering was food for his family and two others on a quarter-acre, plot which be watches a quarter of an acre garden and
children of Tampa spent the weekend on the dessert table. Bouquets of over with Tender Love and Care. give it plenty of "Tender Loving
with their paren ,Mr.and Mrs.Sher- roses, gardenias and gladiolusAmonnggd Care," than not take care of it.
rod Hamilton in Starke and Mr. andMrN. the hall He loves to work In his garden as
B. Rosier in Lake Butler. special guests attendingwere : s1x amend' much as some people love to go
Father Caesar Russo, Father The average child between 10 year old outgrows fishing.
M Lila Caldwell spent the Gregory Fay and Father Gillespie. his shoes every' 84 day. At this time,.Crawford has already
weekend with her daughter and family. Arrangements for this affair were picked snap green beans 3' bushels 4
.;Mr.. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards atfiingsley carried out by Mm. Samons Mrs. Stanley Crawford
Lake. Mary Gissy,Mrs. Claire Brunetti and .
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Miss Donna Samons. ..

AlC Cynthia Gornto, daughter, of
pfti;;:and Mrs. Robert P. Gornto of
Starke has completed her basic trainIng "If you watch a game, it's r a 1.-------.;!
at Lackland AFB,Texas and is at fun If you play It, It's ,
Keesler AFB,Biloxl.Miss where she recreation. If you work at
will attend eight weeks of technicaltraining it. It's golf Bob Hoe I .....E--'J
for personnel spec.Cynthia Is
a 1979 graduate of BHS and entered a G{ n.t
lBOC... ..... :r::
theair force in April 1979.She was ac- -_- s. :
tots J !ip"" ROTC in the.,PHS unit. ,p..G', ; S 1

Mri.< -' Etna Schaffer Is undergoingeye Mr. and Mrs.'Oliri'White and Mr. J
;?surgery in North' Florida' and Mrs Ervin Andrews returned 1t ;" t
Hospital today, Thursday.
Regional Saturday cruise. from a weeks Carribean ,

Benita Franklin of Lawtey,
daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. Robertfranklin Mr.'and Mrs: J. H. Moncrief spent
has received her AB degree the weekend with their daughter and
tn Economics: from Davidson College family, Mr. and Mrs; R. W. Underill
n Davidson.N.C. during the gradua- at Indiatlantic.
iort exercises Sunday, May 27. Her '
honors and activities naved Included Mr: and Mrs. Jack Rutledge and e a
SEC of Union Board, Religious and son, Steven and Mr. and Mrs. Frank a MEN'S BLUB DENIMDUNGAREES
social committee of the SGA, step Sr. attended the graduation
palmer .
(utor, Intramural! activities., RCMw.A ,. Rutledge from Stetson WHAT A BUYI '
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last Friday after five days in St. Vin Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson,, Mrs.
cent's Hospital for observation and Marie Slemer and Mrs Mary Lawson e N.W.W e.nNn. In M w PRICa 2.94
treatment visited Mrs. Siemer's son-in-law and ortm.nl of web A ,_loft
torturing Ow* e.o. oonMyta P
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Irving g
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Palmer, Jr. Bradley in High Scprlngs on Sundayand I ,, MfahUy .awpAV.2141. ,or***need.S to Xl.. I
weekend with her parents, attended the children's choir .
:II Mrtand Mrs. D. R. Anderson in presentation Noah's Ark in which I "
\ Savannah, Ga. Mrs. Siemens, grandchildren participated ; I e e ew.

Mrs. Jack Edwards returned Tues' eas \
day from 10 days at Lake Wales. She Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Herlong and P ,
was accompanied home by Thelma daughter and Mr. and Mrs. F. V, u s own ;;
Underbill Turner who Is here for two Herlong of Jacksonville were Sunday ; :-:\
weeks visit with relatives. visitors of Mrs. W. F. Herlong. -
Mr. and Mrs. Tom McCargo of OUR DISCOUNT ..ft.-ed OUR DISCOUNT OS*" OUR DISCOUNT ,. ftotI' I ::.=:
Rev. George Harper and Mr. and Jacksonville were Sunday guests of .::: ...
Mrs. George Huggins are attendingthe Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Hill. PMCSWAS"K /
annual Methodist Conference In = :

Lakeland May 28 to June 1. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kinney of MMi ingest fwont IIftd won R mew u t JubrIoaeeI tao% Hvy duty DOM wrm iMkproofolid MKH'S TSHIRTSWTfttM.lrrog SWIMWEAMPO4I UM-BMON 9
Bradenton visited his mother, Mrs. Htoty art* S.Hrn nt rnoMudMNybiidVa.K. pur*virgin/ crude M formulawd era* coupling*. noon *. MEN.lrrfl*. $SUNOLAIM 5
Mr: and Mrs. A. M. Thomas of Carolyn Redgrave over the weekend.Mr. .swltm ,for,modern envlMeo_....-. W., 4M gallon pv hour, sll.t :t.
Palmetto and Mr. and Mrs. Don Tan' 1.00 2.96! 4.8 6e S3 ..
ner of Tampa were Saturday to Monday .and Mrs.Don Hardenbrook and WERE.MT DISCOUNT PRIC! DISCOUNT PRICI
guests of Mrs. E. C. Dukes.They grandson. Tommy and Mr. and Mrs.
VIsited White Springs on Sunday Joe ,Bakken spent the weekend at ?:

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( Bradford Middle School News FAULKTTOR" 'TF ti Br Adfpd County W ;.t.fid "" II

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", by Nicky Mocchella camper's Responsibility learning was experience.a big part Meals of the, REALTY"J ] 1011" $Alr ; ,fO.R"Atr Hr A"f/ Utuht.: {

the Lake staff i .
k Two classes of Bradford Middle prepared by Cherry ,
I School students participated in a fun were served by students. They also TRAMPOlHMi, Nw, rotMd BAHIA NAY, Argentina Y lAUr'Setu' #day'only.. 9f.rrdfknir TCHIN AND dining room '

. filled and educational camping trip at cleaned their cabins and surrounding .: .Oat "'"..*. *ol.. "'3li' S.8n12. highly fertlllied Phone iurhlyra" ."dshssL Help wonted Norman* 4:
I Fla. 5/V
Cherry Lake Madison Florida the grounds. "Many students need to Hit 999.99.. *al. 964-6071 TFchgWATSON'S clothes, *"k|.. compor lot of rtouront. Waldo {
" 964-5005 mall. ... .. SOl 8. '
I t Weekend of April 26-28. develop socialization and responsibility $249.93. Phone 1-778-3227, ColleyRd. 1pI5/3f.!

skills," said Mrs. Moschella.( + Jo. TFchgSPECIAL HOUSI OP near ho$pltol. Itpd 331APPUANCEIi EXPERIENCED, PERSON to. .

The students were from the classes "One objective of this trip was to 2305 N. Temple VAWJMSMany brand of 20 acres In.P. A
Ave. StarkeFHA '
Admiral ldebylid on
PmCES on repair *nc .
of Anna Clayton and Vicki Mo che1la. develop these skills. mmry n.w vacuum Uied StaVka.Phona 733-I329T: II'
basketball horseshoes and The organized tock: Axala*. gal. can, machine. _I lobi.. Part refrloefotor-freeier. ...
Softball camper's chaperones 8 ,
] Admire! electric Jacksonville. after p.m524. \.
11.90 och. 18"-24" Fruit $130. ?
4 VA FINANCING. AVAftABtf ; and occ** orle* foe all *
hunt were among the a dance which highlighted the trips '
scavenger 5/31 \
,... Boxwood $90 Whirlpool 2tchg
*; '0".15", 404 NW rang
yttom* .
various activities enjoyed by the finale. Chaperones included Mary )
dishwasher, $30. All '
: ..
$1.30 IS"-11". 12 .
campers. Students also received .instruction Strong, Judy Dukes, Bennie Hudson, RESIDENTIAL' ,;u. tj38R rote* on Flo. root lock our, 10th Av., Galneivlll, avocado greeni Phone l.r.N.i 3-11: (hifl. Starto *

in arts and crafts. Artwork David McCampbell, Mr. and Mrs. with 4 acre Hwy I* Wet ... ....... 13,000. 13.50 and S6.95." Shad phone 376-7110. TFchg 431-1749 after 7: p.m. 9/31 Nursing Ham, phone

Included wooden name tage and Buff and Brenda Fertig. Lowell Par Hwy &.t420Ql I"*">>. ocrX ..t3B. tree, h.dg. plant, DO DROP IN Bargain, HevM, TFchg 964- 220. 3/31 TFchg
decorated with leaves rish. a 4-H agent was instrumental concreteiblechv, nlc one ears lot
nature plaques .. 1 3/4 both, com.lllos. pot plant, hang US 301 South. W and
moss and twigs gathered by the the success of the trip. with lorg ook. ,' ( ... ing boket; and many ..II used furniture.* Phon 18 PT. STUMPKNOCKERi: 7 EXPERIENCED M(.AtCUTtl<

students A campfire sing-a-long, "Due to the generosity of many, the I S mar. O. C. CARNES 964-6740' 9 to' 5Mon. 1/2 HP Mercury motor. New'! Poj.tfm.)Send Tsuwntesoloryf.xpecldtoLrteoK' .

complete with toasted marshmallows trip was an enormous succuss; said FARMS S ACREAGE II NURSERY IR! 100 0'ffho. .-Thurr., 9 to 6 Frl. and concf1tUItr (I'hcin.Itc' : :
was a favorite event. Mrs. Clayton. ...., 23 miles SE of Sat. 3/1 TFchg l N }' r d j tr. P.O. 2 8R Mobil. Horn 3.9 ocr*., K.yslpn. oreo REDUCED Stark. Phone 639-216S. :. 1 jla.32091. Itchg 5/31

4BR. 28 QirCB"-tart 10 acres and. 2 barn. 4/12 TFchgriNCINOt FLUTEl King, *.HcN,itm*t :K ,
7 oer..-S7.SOO-Eoy Term ideal' for bond share. CETA POSITIONt' Altoi, '"-.
S ocr.*.$3.00O-Eo.y Trm' ; All !kind, hog SEVERAL ITEMS Baldwin dent. SO. Phone 4732482. 'teocher. 3 day a _...- '

4BR. 28. C**>OiL> lfc! 2V, *'"' .Paved ckcia drl.... wire, welded wire, barbwire piano excellent condition. Itchg, 9/31 Community Day Carer-: ;.
wood chain link) free $1.000 (paid $1900)); HI- Center. Apply' at Fla. State.. :
WATERFRONT( eitlmote Manning Fence wheel. push mower, 4 1/2 ONE ACRE DRIVE-THROUGH Employment Service.' 209 -.-

I 1 Stackb Co.. 473-4822, Ky"ton.. HP, $19O, riding Western lots North of Stark. Lot of West Call Stark. Itchg
1I I Over 300 front.g. on -k 2 ten with 2 M TFchg Auto mower, 8 hp $129, tree*. $50 per month. Phone 5/31' '1 4:7A
from houc ] with ; .' ....
Banjo case, trap. $100. ::4'3.3581,5/31) TFchg .
3BR. IB, Con. Blk. haul only 2 year old on Sampan Lok. FOUR LOn Ready to buildon. Phone 782-3164. 9/24 4lpd : ... .
On. ocr on Crosby Lak. In restricted area. East of Stark on old 6/14 YARD,SALES 2 famllle. fur. ;:...

lowtey Rood. Well .Installed.Phon nltur. clothes. dishes, .
COMMERCIAL 964-S307.. 9/17 4tpd mltc.lloneou. Friday June J. WILSON

.,' < 6/7 NEWSPAPER, ..OLLINDSS.ol 1, 9 a.m. to S' p.m. SR 16 Commercial Seal( Coatinj) .
c Largo *.rvlc. notion with remodeled office. Equip. Includ W"'.' 6 mile from Stork, ejCMSlSMOT ;
: ovailabl. aLL tYM llOOr .
... ,
ed-210 Hwy 301.) FOUR WATERFRONT LOn various lit ham on left pact Water
length, all either APMICAMT\ e .
218' ',onlag.on Hwy :301-Servlc. Station' pump and lank 50<< 197 ft. S2.500 *och.Phon IS" or 30" wide. Good for Oak Creek' Bridge. Itchg ASPHALT PATCHING :::
Included. Reduced: t* "'.011O. 9043898082. 3/17 children to color on, table 9/31 .
sy .
Hwy 301 North 150.200> lot .with mall con. bike bldg' Slpd 6/14 cover*. ate BRADFORD NEW' FREEZER AND AH Work Guaranteed .. '

__u ___ Great location COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 133 REFRIGERATOR Will sell Telephone
Mobil. Horn Park-12 acre Included I mobll'horn. JSID FURNITURE for tale. W. Call Stark. TF separately:' Call after 6 .1904)) 782.3991CLASSIFIED ,. ,

Campers line up for picnic lunch.I Room for .ponslon.. dory good condition. Apply ',.m.. '82.3571JI, TFchg .. '
temple Motel 880 N. Tempi
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MOBILE HOME OR iUILDING LOTS Stark 3/24 2tpd S/31 --- ---- - -

I 1 ocr* wooded 12.700. AMERICAN, TRAILER 8 by 32 Koystons firaa, Fids ;-: I

1 In.?. Warren T. Putnam

MVi ocr Hwy 100 Good location. Good: -.. Whlprlng Pine Motel LOANS AVAIlABLEiAny FOR. ,SAIEUp.rlghtr( ".sr. .- -
Stark.. '/2" 4tpd 6/'" ;
amount, homo or ventured: Look bod but work good. | AD 1A

-..,: .1 '!:.1 Hampton Lot with well 8 aptlc 83,493 Low down prymeet. DOBIRMANt 2 year old Ethel G. noteholder' Rl.2 $5Q, Call/473-2210 day or Deadline far Insertion J

registered,' f.mal. SI 00. Box 409. Keystone Height* 479.4648. fe""Jne"{ ., Itpd I Tuesday noon preceding
Phon. 964.7066. Itpd 3/31 FI.32656. Licensed Mortgog 3., :, ;it- '. I Thursday Wore publicI *- *
W. hove other lots with low down payment oy monthly Broker Phone 473-2583. II.... I

paym...... GREAT SKI BOATl Correct- 2/13.Tfn. FOR'. RENT2 Bedroom I I Minimum charge 2.50.. I

Croft Martinique Inboard mobile horn*.Married cou- (Cover IS Werds). |

Paul. H. Feulfcner-Reelter. with ski pel., trailer and CASH FOR GOLD, Sterling ',pl l.,>hr.dryr.A/C.. goer I E.chword over IS *

Susan M. ....".* Realtor. cover. Good part throttle Jewelry diamond, coin, bog and water, furnished, I b 10 cent |

Evening....6In gal economy. Great, condi-. dental gold. Will visit your no pet. $160) plu. $50ecurlfy. I Not responsible, for error jwhen

ton Asking S4.8OO. Phon. horn anywhere Mr. Rltt.] Behind Western \Jlven over the phon of

t''h r1ei REALTOR ASSOCIATIS 964-6491 or 1-376-9666 for man. 475.1089.2tfnchg.. Auto on SR-218. Coll f or'when copy I I. not typed1 I*..

i I Irene..., _-Eve. 964-8142 detail. Itpd 5/31 "'5.'541, 9/31 1 tfn. 1| and brought to the ffIC./.: f "

Veda M. Settles-Eve.. 9"...... LAKI LOTS FORSAlEiKeyitone 1 ----- :a
t. Julie 1. Grl",.-."*.'44-7""$* DAYUUISINamed'"o.l.tI. Height' SAFE''
... REDUCE. FAST 'with
t' and dllng* Other wooded ,
nursery clock.! Soiling out Beautifully lots 'on FOR RENT. Olllc* space or Gale,. Tablet and E-Vap.! .
Wholesale and '.'011. 203 N, clear, and bottom laka. 're'alt! business ipoc Hwy "water pill from Andrw'
Christian St. 5/31 2tpd 6/7 Good term or discount for 21 nosh Call 473-3268 or Pharmacy. 531'"pd 6121FOR ::. '.'
cah.1 to 5 acre with nlc. 473-2226.: ;tfn chg 3/1 aUPHOLSTERYl '
SALEt. 196u JeepWogoneer :
lake from
POULTRY, 35 hen. :20 tree overlooking
young Four wheel
24KI2 DOUBLEWtDE Rhode Island Red, IS Baird $3,500. $500 down.SSO home, patio
Three bedroom. 2 full both., front kitchen control oil' ', Rock. month. Commercial 'lots on or orfic. Lorg election of drive Automatic tron.mt.l' :
V.ry reasonably pric
awnlngt, tklrted. all .et up and ready to move In..only ed. J. 8. Murphy, Griffi SR-21 North available. fabric Cushions, any tyle. lion A/C. Good Condition.'_

I IDavid $9,993. VA and bank financing _ilobl... Loop next to M. A. Lee. Own.r-Salesman. 473-4373 Quality (.", Ic.. Licenced. Co11473.2932. Itpd.5/31. .

4: Phone 9645606Olln'i Itpd '/3'IIVEaAL 2/22 tfnchg. '473-2432. 2tchg 3/24.S/31 TEENAGERS NEED SUMMEREMPLOYMENTWouid '.'.

like fo .
ITEMS 30,000 S ACRESi on 214 near '
baby .it.or do house! cleaning ., .: ,
I tamp collection; carpenter Keystone Height' $300, SCHOOL or already licensed In your home.. Reliable, ..
foals Avon bottle 1 ? GENE REESE REALTY Invite .
; ; down $89.81 month. '
per efficientCall .
McCampbrll. one of the chaperon, playing Softball. interview. trustworthy, ond
In ud for an .
1 'Clarinet cae, on. Phone 473-4058 or 473-4367 you 473-4410. Itchg 5/31
\ week; 2 bicycle, 3.poocI. In,,,.after 6 p.m.3/29: tfnchg '" 'tltrpUlv.cumatissioRjKi-/ \ { "/ .k gin it1':'*lv" ip|I' I 'I' ..""

M 3 ,",, ?fBlJlfftl II 'LANKLUlI.'l& Fl.1. 'IIIT',! ''good 782-3931.shape 5/31.2tpd. 6/7 Phone 3 .unnnftd wvui wl vr kNEW l)I if.W'lrl8I' I 'I\'r'\ I Ri'ollocT norIiQ a t..jll'L W1tI\Im1\} l64iWNI4oMnear
MOBILE HOME R.V. *. Ample floor RulWttge'" i 'W6tf :

Large Or Small Jobs HOME INTERIORS. Scratch PARTS STORE also time. Office (In excellent Lake Geneva Saturday, MaV1 :

I j and Dent ole: also n.w, Whirlpool. GE RCA part. location for walk-In Call 26. Please call 724-3064 of. ".

"666D -.. Legal .. ... Dozer Work merchandlie on hondo WHEELERS betweenK.y.toneMelrose. EUGENE K. REESE REALTOR. 473-3247 Itchg 3/31.

Saturday, June 2, 9 a.m. to I 'ftchg S/24-3/31: GARAGE SALEi 'Friday'pnd,
p.m. 1201 John. Dr., 475-2401. tin chg 4/19. Saturday Jun. 1 and 2 at*, L9?,'
Of lie whatever In'ho I .
10 I. City Hall terest
PUILIC NOTICE Foundations; Saratoga !'It.. Itpd S/31 CURT JAMES PLUMBING a:m. Furniture, hov'ewore. .
Stark, Florida. enactment of this pro. I FOR SALE 1 Acre on and MUC'HMORE.
REPAIR club clothe
SER golf ,
NOTICE OF APPLICA Each and every PER po..d ORDINANCE SWEETEST BEST CORN InIadfod Highway 214. '' $300 down.
VICE. rvlc' Follow the on pair
SON having on interest should and b. Top Soli Dependable ** sign ,
TION FOR REZONING appear County; Gold and S'S.61 month. Phone after 6 R.a.onabl. rale. 475-I 177 Itchg: S'3IFREE '
whatever In the enactment way.
heard at the time and .
AND AMENDMENT OF Queen SI per doien. p.m. 473-4058 or 473-4367. Day and 377-1094 Nightcall .
LAND USE PLAN. of this proposed place' prescribed.CITY I JIMMY MARTIN 964-5230 OKRA 50 cent a lb. Buck 2tpd S/31 .617.VA.D collect. 4tpd. 9/31 KIUENSrto .
ORDINANCE should appear good home*
i An ORDINANCE omen Murray 714 Lafayette St., .
ding the Comprehenlve and b. heard at th. /(/ COUNCIL CITY r Starke... 964.7326.!.. II"h.3t. _... _. _. '' 6/21. ,Three Russian Bluet. three"
land Use Plan Element time.and place prescribed OF LAWTEY. FLORIDA. SAL8- Jun. 1 2.8 velvet, .black BONUS.free..ct.
a.m. to 3 Keystone FOR SALE Old wooden two
SLIDE-IN CAMPER Fits LWB p.m. food with each kitten. Colt,
and the ofStork. !
Map by City l Itchg 9/31 '
Oak Turn first church bench. $15
Albert L. Crosby J, right on eater :
.. Florida in accordance ? or SWB pick-up deep 4. 4734428. Itpd..5'3") .,
Planning ft Zoning Official graded ,road then left at Call 473.3318.Itchg. 5/31'
with the Local $500. Phon. S33-2974 after 6
Government Comprehensive ', City of Starke, LEGAL NOTICE .Ralph Bryan pm. Itpd 9/31 end Quasar 19" portable, rS1sRVEYOURCOUNTRYIN '
Planning Act Florida. "llchg 9/24. TO BE PUBLISHED ON Real I BRASINGTONSalesAServfce color TV $200: : 2 smell TUTORINOlKlndergartenthrough, 1

of 1973 a* provided for _. THURSDAY. MAY 31 tate .Cadillc 0IdI...... TWO AIR CONDITIONERS! velvet' chair $48 each or ilxth grade at my YOUR COMMUNITY.,
in Chapter 163. Florida. sra 1979. Sealed Bid. will b. ,23PS N. Tempt' Ave.Stark 16.500 btu S100.: 18.000 btu. $90 for pair; Recllner $75: home. .Certified teacher. Formore 'I M.ikttiK >"iir imituri II I!.'<<,'r
Statute and Chapter 25 received up to and not .. PI*. $130. Phone 964-5610. Itpd Go, stove $50. Other Information 'call |plx'e m whkh I"Itl'llIn< -rub: : i I

Coda of Ordinance. City NOTICE OF later than 1.1S:I p.m. Jun. Phon*964-8718 fme Selection Of fluid S/31 miscellaneous furniture. 4737130. 2tchg 3/31 6/21 in thill yinir i>un uhi'rt>iiitiiiiiiiiiitVl' iii II IH |
I x right \" ii!> all
of Starke. Florida.To APPLICATIONFOR I". 1979 for Sal. of Cart Taken On Plenty of appliance, Arn>y KvtrrxMVirkniK! 11I1111.,1-| I i
All Cillien. Taxpayer AMENDMENT OF Vehicles: 2 Station Office/ open Monday thru Caddfad 7mIU. CHAIN LINK FENCE clothing and much .mar. GARAGE SALE! Friday and lull: trc.ilim-nl; (,ii'ililics.mipriivMiy: i ithe
and other In. r Wagon, 2 Van. 4 Saturday 9.5 p.m. Sunday 2001 N.WdU7& material. Do It yourself and 473-3343.: Itchg S/31. Saturday. June '1-2. 9 o.m1 ,fn\imnHiit. caring Mthj! ; I I
tereted Person THE LAND USE PLAN Sedan. 3 Cob ft Chassis. bV appointment. GAINESVILLE '-.. Installation available.. p.m. Naha Street off Orchid. ufll'')IX-IIIK nf thi- |lint 11. ;.incri, iljfm !

You and each of You CITY OF (iAWTEY,, 2 Dump Truck I 3/4 Ton 10 Acr.* up Boyle' Fr. ettlmote*. HandyMan FOR SALE8 hp Fo dRolotlll. lat hoy**! on left. Itpd !1(3,1!I whiih-vnil" Inu unit lriiCHl; ( I Iyour

or. hereby and herewith FLORIDAAn P.U. and "'/ Ton P.U. Highway rolling Improved Fence Co. 944-8559. ,TFchg .,. $300. Uied one REDUCEr Trim extra pound Iran), Anuv kcx-rvp. RV> I
given notice in accor 1 fast and with .TtnUT. ;Imlrd in hi- uhnciv\ \ -
May b. Inspected at posture term. seaion. 473-2898 after 6 easy powerfulSuper .
done with Florida ORDINANCE LIMSROCKi Allen Taylor, Slenderlt. Andrew.Drugs "' 1 Union Correctional In.
4 BR ooncrt block wlrt p.m, Itpd S31WANTEDSemeone
Statute and City Ordinance awtey.. Phone .
amending the Comprehensive 3-24 2tpd
*. City of Slorke, land Use dilution Motor Pool swimming pool' on I IM ocr J weekday after 6pm. oranytime 5'31 .

Florida that the City Plan EI.m.nt and Map by, P.O. Box 221, Raiford. lot on Morgan Rood. I UIU..i.(:. PeaswonRE.U.IOR I weekend TFchg : to assist l'
Commotion of Slarke. Flo. 32083.: For Informolion FHA approved '38R 31 In caring for .emi-invalid
lawtey Florida. In accordance : ,CHAMPION JUIC.I&, | >I.-
Florida have designated with the l local ((904)) 431-1212. .. bath, block In town woman In Keystone area. celleat condition with at.tachmen .

the City of Slarke Planning Government Com. 218 .2 BR. on. bath block '1..\"n.UMn.: \ Prefer hve-in. Rm'ond. ,, !., ,$100.1 Sunkifl,

and Zoning Commit. preheniive Act of 1975 Christian Street, large lot. iv!-314l1l! board plus Citrus Juicer, excellent con.
lion to conduct a public W. reserve Ih. right to alary Reference* required. .yA
6 acre 4BR-Homplon- dition. $.100. Phone'
a* provided for In 1 acre lotcior home ** ,
hearing. at a regular reject any or all bid. TOMMY'SCLEARING Call 473-4567. 9'31 Ifnchg 473-3851. \
held Chapter 163 of the Paved rood. 'mobll "hams4 12."'" ; : Itchg, 3 31
meeting at 7.30 Itchg 3 31. waterfrontGrondinTerm
acre -
p.m. in the City Commition Florida Statute : term .
LAND ,,,rTr
room. City Hall
.2 to 10 ocre-Severol 4 to 26 acre In lw .y AVAILABLE 6
Starke. Florida on Thur
locationi-Term $3.000 term. FHA VA 50"v.ntlctnol. I
day Jun. 21. 1979 and TO: All Citiien. "tAI1IP" '. ] .. '.taft'/f"'*onl7>0"'econd 'momtgog.s. :
Two rental houses In
mot a recommendation Taxpayer and other Interested IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ii Local Service DYER i
30 Acre pines well and
to th. City Commitnon EIGHTH town. t We Offer Fast
and the City Commitnon You and OF FLORIDA IN .'''.5 acre < SIR Cop* tepllc Sj000.: ] Lawrence Blvd.. 473-70B7i ARMY RESERVE.

will consider on Tu.*. each of you are hereby AND FOR BRADFORD Cod. 36.35 acre*.,,1340r US 301 Response And Itchg 5 31'' -. .
day. July 17. 1979. at the and herewithgiven COUNTY Building lots-in town 8 $ *.SOO term Free Estimates .'' .
Louisa' Starling r .
ome aid at 7.00 out.
ploc notice in occordonc CIVIL ACTION "
p.m. an Ordinance BLANCHE .,12x64: mobll horn on 8 '1. .: WATERS .:.
with Florida Statute that A STOKES. IO Acre lane''3 8R 3 Phone 964-5734 Evening .7,.isO.2'. I "
relating '0. the City Council of WIFE. Plaintiff v* waterfront lot. bom. bam. eut-bldg*. 30 Keyctone H.ghtl' _LIIZIII' ': NEED.TV. *:: D I

The rezonmg of the Lawtey Florida will con DONALD 'G. STOKES. Motel ft Trailer Park-on pecan tree; fenced. ft

following described pro.party duct a public hearing at a HUSBAND Defendant. oth.. bt .In town and cress enced $190,080. ] '* BuHdcaer Wex* REPAIR? t

end amending, the regular' meeting held at making ........,. 1 nm* nf Bt11a11Rluf ] c
Comprehensive land Case No. 79-218 Now booking for ; ;: ,:'; :
7 30 wIU. r
: pm. at City Hall 100 Acre farm. *epIK ;
Ute Plan
to provide that iiI
NOTICE OF SUIT \ Dahmer's, .
ummr-2BR anKingiley '
Florida. cottage 100 :
lawtey. on Tues ft Elec. appro- ::1
land currently zoned day Jun. S. 1979. and NO PROPERTY Lak. tree*.' divided by < Jk ..., c' .. ,
RM-I and designated pecan
by Sales I
o' 9"d.'J ..,
nn ,
the plait os Mobile Horn.Subdiv.sion will consider on Ordinance Tired of looking Let u* paved rood $1:JO.COO.! "': :"
be reionedRIC relating to' build you a new horn witha (; c.-ur. WILBUR WATER ] and Service
Rt. 2. Box 26. Culleoka. .
and designated Amend "fh* Com- "Touch of Clo* Watch Punished 2-8R 'Mobil Reg. R.sl' Estate Broker .

Single' .Family, Medium... prehentive land Ute T.nn.38"I.YOU ARE. ,HEREBY for':':our Model Ham. the I Ham. on I acre $''.500. '. U-tMt. .J 'M II. P h0".' i .
Density the property of Plan la provide that NOTIFIED that an action "Barcelona'', at the Country "" .a. rv '301'North"lr" Trail Motel OJ Lawtey 910 W. HsOnnat Iaitis .

W.A. and Beatrice God. land classified Clubl 9 ah.nasaMSljeaau '884-8725 8u*.
currently for DISSOLUTION OF ................u.... 6fflce i 782-3931 .too PM 'f:30, PM 9647923r ,
win described a* Rural Retdef>tit fond MARRIAGE hot been fil.ed Your *etllectlen peved ro.d. Term l ge'.104' Home d'
follow: .013 ocr.., designated' by' rrt plan egalnl DONALDG 817/00. 782-3890 I
which include ell of lot you I I. our future 't ;Hpm ,, I I ..... I.. ,
a*. yellow' be recla*.ifid STOKES and you are A N.N.N.N.N.MEwnlnpl Irene' "' :
Four ((4)) and Eight ((8)) "to Mobile' Horn and requested to ..", a ,4 I. > 10 TAKE THE LANDLORD OFF neighbor'Only. one block .\ ..' .,
Block .Four ((24)) In YOUR PAYROLL, and lake from school Must ee to ,
Twenty designated brown, the copy oYour written Ralph P. BryenReelter $25,000 owh** financed. .'.
KNIGHTS SUBDIVISIONIn property of Linda Boot- defenses. I It any to It, an 964-6208 (f" Immediate possession of appreciate. Priced In middle ; ? ,',f ,ftj..Ji ., Ii.
the City of Stork' lying th 'rtiit' FHA approved, excep 5206ttonal ,:J..tW'A' f ,.., 'j' .,
wright described. a* plaintiff attorney way... .. Dewgle larg*.frame .h/n. 1ft .50 "
and being of the In JW'4 and of a portion fh.SE's /follow*: lot 8 'In Law''' whose nom. and address ..*....-.....moPt condition'f room* 1 ba specious value'loP located In Stark on a, / EAL' ''" HONEST TO r ..- IIIC.'S'IPM : a
of Section I I. J.J. WOLBERT, ._ 9646S93Devld .IALT ..... .Jf?'*'''01 "
Lost Raiford 'free* : GOODNESS COUNTRY
Within dittanc of OLE :
21. walking Isiioar : :
of Section JR., P.O. BOX 1086. ;rt ;oi' Itnctiaffu .
Township 6 South Rang 23 Township South Stark. Florida 32091 .I DyeJ..._.... mobileWn.sw church. End your Parch by NOME 'tucked away und.rseeing I, ... .. :o
Rang. 22 Eo... hk-vf. >.(room lo7w.ral) buying 'the protecting. branch of -.I' 914' 553. 9ft
22 Ea.t Bradford County and III* the original with Ph.n.46a 'Ul and 'ytp1 :. :; ., . .
.. 4 acres t f *4Hncom- house TODAY. pecan. and oak tree 1( .t.)
,Th.Stark location. othis/ You or* 'further th styled* clerk court of .,the or before above **..,*,.'."...cod $69.000 :Situated., an I-acre site. '., ;". "' .. ....0.-,. ... ,: If.l.! -, '.
that Bn krOwnr.O.FPKEI SUPERB SMALL l' .'. ".. '.. t' + .'" :Io
property I I. 919 Thomp- given a copy the complaint I or petition. :r.4 '_,.-.0I: ; .
Street Stork., of aid proposed ORDINANCE BUNGALOW In. Stark on 'DO YOU WANT TO UVI /IN -4. ''4
Ion Florida. I I. available foryour WITNESS.. hand and L....y'", Twra at eluded 112, acre lot tHE COUNTRY. Bur only : .:, ils .f :P f'".$ 71'7:1: ;
my .
You or. 'further inspection at the the teal. of aid Court on hel lewerd I.ptisfchard. Finish and sov.. Ak to see want:" to awn, an acre of .... '.J r H' .. ..")
1 *
'Iv.n Then rlfhl 'thi* soon. S30.000.A : pal It'l pettibl inns fort t; ,' '.
nolle that a copy 0 Office of/ th* City cr.k.CIt May 8, 1979. Gilbert S. church (f.Lw.lansj.} home* or trailer VERY -- :il1:. .
proposed ORDINANCE At Clark at told
Hall Low' Brown
..Ic :'
ones ,
for Inspection Marian ,
available your Florida. Court By.: DkfBYi,. WO.lNOI ,
'ft .'
i at ,fh* offlc. of Each and every McRa*. A* Deputy Clerk. ",s,.ro-Je06 fine 'lot with good J'ND n ;.".GiJa.

: the and Zoning 3'31. .
Planning. ,person having any In: 9' 10 4tchg '

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Each w.rd.wr t3N t 34 FT. CUSTOM MAM DRAPERIESi 18 ACRES In Union County REALTY
11s.nq 1 1 DKhhund .last May 36. 4yeas harponlng_a.circular. nlsh.d.Hkkrncin and 1 .1Optt. low mileage, two AC. Fr.. .....m...*. local Providence or... Wooded:
>Met reteenilkJj$ i oM medium small Hand, carbld. chain .. waakly. or monthly generator, fullyanntrrl- distributor for completely" '_ed. Would mok" nice ...
when" IV> emn gln.tr.ver me pheoe collar. Named "Bloxhle". and balanced leave at monthly only.. 2313 N.. Tempi extra, clean. ".495. Ask for Cardiette Draperies. Ie..... Realtor/ 496- 1978, PHONE 904-7770
land'V fr' n.f /y ed t Pleo.*call ewnor, 9646467.Itpd Jock_ Building Supply *, Start).. TFchgKITCHINITTU ....r". 964.7300 (hqmo! HW, Ert, rprle\ *, Ed or tons 31 15 tin.NINI UATERWILUOAI SOS N. Tempi atufc. Florid
brought f* m* Nk.. S/31 Stark* or Kytono Ht*. 964-7461)). TFpd Stephen, 496-3319. :3/1 .
TFchg and sO. .ping ffrtchg.CLARICES. ACRES ,
.... pupptssi Half Debar* room TV AC, maid 1974 PLYMOUTH VAUAlfri/ W/TRAILSRi13, Now txtsusrtot.laraaraaas
mom half tabrodori wokr. -ALCOHOLICS vka. Weekly. and monthly, AC. AT. *vlll... old. Phono" ....7066. Itpd ANONYMOUS Phono, Redourant and loung. .prk. ALSO 1975 sharpening ervlce'> .. M. D. Snider. ....2339. SPECIAL :
.. 3/31 164-$14.or 9644382. TFchg available.' Underwood Ford 4WD;'.'.,..... .$9.500, hand, circular mower 3/34 2tpd 3/31.: .
: ': : "i Mo.... 9 1/3 mile' North' of Phone 964-3376 after\ pm. blade*,chain sows.Leave. .

; \ t, ''rtD. I:" .. SEWING MACHINES Stork U$901. TFchg 5/24 2tpd 8/31 Craw Building Supply, .lake I9"t JEEP WAOONEERiFour 1.
.1 -
; 'IfER Q8Ar I ; REPAIRSDi All, moke clean fuller, 7/3 tfnchg. wheel. drive; mud grip tires; LAST CHANCSIII PURCMASB EXISTING NEW
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\ .. .' MIMOSA MANOR mobll NOVA Hoc Car
1968 Drag good Irontmlnlon,
ed. oiled and odu| .tod. $10. engine HOME CLOSE IN AREA VA. FHA.CONY. *W.
J tRWrC.t\: \ ......, : Work .......taad. Jama horn pork mobtlo ,homo chrome moflf cog, *auor* USE THE LAUNDRAMAT at etc. Fair body. 119,000 9$.CENTRAL HEAT I/I ACM CARPORT,PAVED
0000 PRICES PAID formed Strickland comer MorganRd and ipaco for rant, Phone tub from, 4 link narrowed Hwy. 100 by the. Handy Way. mile. $ 295. Call ..a1''I4.ofter ) DRIVEWAY

mobIl.homo*If mortgage to MAKE YOU TRAILER look and Hwy 16, TFchg 46&2912.3/12 TFchl rear and. Will take 14 Inch Wo hov a wa.h. dry fold 3 p.m. tfpd.3/34. BXCnWQ. . ... . .. .. S37.SOO
3/4 paid or more. OLIN Ilk. a homo. Remodeling tire. Winter National' Class service .25 pan\ Hn Attendant .l.

MOBILE HOME SALES, addition. screened perch*, IUILDINO..IPA.I. KITCHENETTES On. 'II winner. la*. angIna and on duty tfrtchg. MOVINO SAlliBeglnnlna. OUT Of Cm NEAT. LUCE NSW JM. SB.'OTA.
964-3606. Open 7 apartment, pool. TV, AC, transmission wheel and Saturday, Jon 3,' until
day, to your homo or goll.r.Paul's / STOVE
'New kitchen,
weakly. TFchg Framing. Fr.* : utilities Includod. Totally tiro. Really. harp. Akng) SEPTIC TANK AND GREASE everything It sold., Tool, hi"

WANTED! MobIl. home axe .PSo estimate 964-8013.. Call. TFchg enytl.... bath block., family Concrete.room Flrplaca* Brick furnlthed.ro..*. TEMPLE Weekly.MOTEL.., !monthly$80 /31$600. Phone". .', 9647816.' ".' ., Itchg. TRAP ro onablo.clanout. Joe. now Fortyth line, and furniture children clothing* it.ms.;. baby IndSIt.121' ONLY. .. .. .. .. .. ... . .. .$24.600

le. andIr.s.. Will pick up. peclalltt. Grlffl Comtruc-. N.. Tomplo A..... Storka.Phono 431.1022. All business ap "'Handy-Way* 8/31
OLIN'S MOBILE HOME CHILD CARE 'In my homei ,Ion: Phone 473-2108' or 96 J-7357., 5/10 4tpd 1978 FORD F-180 Ranger, 4 preciated. 3/31 tfnchg. 3tpd 6/"-. t' I
SALES. %4.5606. Open 7 opening for two. rrMMlfaf 413.257TFchg 5/31 peed rear OWl.' prlng.
day*.a _Ie. TFchg 964.5610.1tpd) 5/31 heavy-duty ,.",-.nd. WILL SHELL YOUR BUTTER- 6 BUSHELS NO. I New SOME OF OUR PREFERRED PROPERTIES
.' BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK ON KINOUIY lAKEi Moko AM/FM ........ eliding roar BEANS, $1.SO per hamper or ,.,....., freshly dug.
TOP CASH PRICE PAID for TRtPU VOUt MONEY Cash SSRVtCBi Bradford residential your reservation' now for window regular go, new hell fl... and keep on*. No Strawberries, Friday and
coin*. tailing, dental gold for U. 8. diver' coin up to, pump-out $...,. Commercial summa vacation Weekly., 'tiro*. Much. much more. fordhook. Call 496-3859 Monday only 496-2933. Ktngloy Lake\ RctnMln'eU hev**- Let 80 x 82V1Interne j
ring. GF crap jewelry, 1964. Coll collect I and Induitrlal. Fully ro.... AC Cottogo Phone 14.300 mil... Encllnt con anytime. No Collect call.. Itchg 3/31. producing' property 1 .large homo MedUenI
chain' optical frame*, 904.26I-17t2./2''tp4 6/14 llcented. Phone 9648131.TFchg 5332366. TFchg dition. 4750.. Phone Worthington Spring. 5/24 Mmril .hens Pork Piece penal Cemmerclel SU.MM
watch band 483-1341 or ...,.1179. 5/31 CORN AND TOMATOES at .
ate. Phone J. "nchg.r' 120 acre hi end ..III,, fence' ft creHfencedwner
*: Bulllngton. 964-6350. LITTLE ANOElf. NUniRYl. !ROOM FOR RENT Fumlchod 21chg 617 Mr. Lewis C.._.farm or ftnenced- $...100.

'Tfehg op.n for pr.-school; all BASY-SrrDNO In my horn -. bedroom In largo 4 Bit ..... .. ... ... call 496-2593 for Information. SMt*- Beevtlful bwlUInf M lesson Rd..
children. Low ,rat.., hot ago Monday thru Fri homo In country kitchenprivilege 197 OPE1, CADET 4 ; S/312tchg 6/7
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9 .. .. heute I Walnut SFurls.
WOULD UKI TO CARPOOl meal. by 'day or: ,week.Phono day 964.6$1/11 3tpdr *. llOOIm nth. In. cylinder auto tran, real' l' t :'J'b ii"r li ; SPACIOUS AND UNKUE:3 Nary opt. cottage- I
9/31. eluding utllltl*. phono.wother. ,,!th!, I I\\'. ,,//i'; Lop .homo $20,000-Lewsy..soar financed.To .
to Galn*.vlll. with ot6.rladisa. 964.8940. North lIONS Phono 463-3313. go' aver, run good real I _.. H'" ,. ..,\' bedroom executive typehome :3 "am. ....,. .. ....... to ......
(Soar area). his Kwlwr t$, vodji itako* ,e.J: | ;ttutST .GUAUTV ilgn.painting. cl..n, $330. Phone on SR 131 across from
a.m. to 4-43 p.m. Phon heat and cooling.' Equal Op Kitty the Bru h. TFchgKIYSTONI ,...1503. after 5 p.m. Itchg Mlddl. School. Over 3.000 rant all IB 918 Butler M.
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....8651. Hchg 5131 partunttyr' .Smikioyor., .. 3104lpdS31. .,,330. N. Church St., Stark. 5/31 House opproxImately p. ft. Unique fireplace insunken 1301 Sewing 38R IB CrWA low "" "tI.*.
: "S/24'4ipd 6/14 MIIOHTiiLokefront. 2 block from MainStreet. family room. CH/A, 3.1 Acre, ........ trailer, hug gerefe, Isis pond. ,
3 IK 2 bath. "1972 OLDS DELTA 88:.good $130. Call 496-3136 modern kitchen fI-....
.- -- -- - - I CHI A, oil appliance! *, condition compel. with all or 4962903.45fnchg. w/dlhwaher, office room, ....100. Cettege *n Wertmorelend. fum. 1/3 A.

carpel and, drop... option; otklng sewing room pool room 36 Acre $IM on acre fenced.
; : Available July', annual. offer, !phono ..1.72621571CO : 1 BR HOUSE her renti Part garog 512.000.3story 383 Cherry St. Owner fin. .
I ; iiiLii.l ; .loo*.. $34 I/th. 'Alter,5 furnished nice fenced PRICE DEDUCED TO SIlli2' $44.800 SIR IB CHBA ....,.1.... douMo gar .Ig. den. I
Hampton p.m. 1.373.2296.3/17 4tchg' ECTOKS quit location In town. $163mo. Acre. with doublewld' 836.800 :MR 18 Pratt'., ,tf_,.
4/7 CAEi."Cto..lc"' plu ,depotlt.. trailer, Q out buljdlng $13.000. let 100f a 941 Ca,..., Broedwey ft Coll.
1962 Buick convertible.. Solid 4962842. Itpd 331.mil beautiful" furniture and, Interior New brick big country home, fireplace, I acts

:. Dolores Men| received the Golden Service Awardfor APARTMENT FOR RENTS on* while ""lthed Interior. Fin. .. ': I III decorating. Owner $21. o.606 W. MWIn-lrg 1 story he...., corner. I
nice 1 BR. fumlhd. carpt condition. Phone 1.>>..9666 > i .. Will ocrlflco.
: Phone 488-1S1S participation of Hampton Elementary : t leaving ilat : $7. 00. Ut-HmptM Oas-337 x ISO owner fin.
drops. 1t and lat. no pot for,detail. Itpd 3/3.V Owner says SELLIWORTHINGTON )
School in the school volunteer. 13 *cre* Hwy 381 N ft Morgan Rd. Owner financed.
Senior Citizens program., or children.:Phone 964-7321.. '".. .. ." . SPRINGS. 2 lIac **- S1S90 an ..,... Owner financed.Etet .
!The Hampton Senior Citizens Club This certificate: was issued by the 3/34 atchg 331APARTMENT 1977 CADILLAC beautiful FLEET 1/2 lot' with trailer insalud.d on Lake G."........."" henna.

scheduled to meet Friday;June 1. Department of Education and signed FOR RENTl WOOD burgundy Compact with white, podded SIX Cola JOUNCE bottle. contour from Coco-lake THREE BEDROOM neighborhood.1 1/3 bath $37, 00 .Urge ream*. fruit tree*. walk ...."..... .,...
In the City Hall .t 2 by Ralph Turlington. Among I $30.000. Deluxe MH 38R 38 CH8A town.Storo .
p.m. Small lumlhed efficiency top and burgundy velvet 1u.1.;, Florida. Will pay shows" addition, off SR 231, near
All are invited., volunteers assisting in obtaining this oportment. c..... to town. "Interior.All Cadillac option $20.00.. Wm. t, Selfert, P.O. fireplace and garage. en 301. U7,100 ft .,.. Owner flnenced.Commercial .
award are Mrs Mabel Sanders Mrs. Phono 964.7321. 3/34 Tfchg.. Including' fuel Inl.ctlon. Son 6333. St. Petersburg JANE 8. USHER. .....tor. lot Call St.-best location-Owner fin.
4-H Club Cathy Williams Mrs: Jolene Friese, 5/31 Owner asking NADA Beach Florida 33736. 3/34 Phe...496-2136..4943903.Itchg $41.800. Rambling elder. home plus 8 acre.
The Hampton 4-H Club was well Mrs.Diane Davis Mrs.JoAnn Home. wholesale. Phon. Stpd 6/21 S31MALE 43 acres Inside city Owner financed.
represented at the dessert award Mrs. Michelle Parker, Mrs. Carolyn OFFICE FOR liNT for compatible 1-376-9666collect.. Itpd 5/31 $3300. 4 lot. Laurel Baptist .**...
meeting held May 24 at Stark Slater Mrs. Nancy Starling Mrs. butl"*... 310 N.. Brick 4BR 28'- five acre* out .. city. ,
Elementary School. Catherine Manning Mrs. Cheryl Cherry St., Stork.. Office Did You ':' : ',., / Lake Santa f. let 73* 400 14.100. Owner tin. .

Lynn waters was given a blue Crawford and Mrs. Kathy Fenton. pace furnlhd only with or complete/_.torlo'! .- :! ,t J"'n..81." ; ,, )I; \ '
medal Junior Leader. also
as Lynn help, conf.r.nc. room. .. .., .. .., ... ., \
received blue ribbons in the foods Honor Roll Know ,
division and a blue medal for actingas 'The name of Nancy Waldron was copier etc. Phono'9647521. MOBILE HOMES Why pay \ OR FEMME: Full or 1m Elll Aioclate '473-2180

Club Secretary. Doll Waters was mistakenly omitted from the A-B 5/24 2tchg 5/31' moral Buy direct from face port lime; fringe benefit Include Lwclll Conner Spry Associate, 964-8430 I
awarded a blue medal as a Junior Honor Roll In the last grading period. toy Largo election of 34, That TheseWant'Ads'G0 'paid' vacation;
Leader and blue ribbons for stag .' .1 hotpllalliatlon Insurance:
macrame vegetable and garden divi Class Trip *q.ft. \ "'9Wt.Open: free life Insurance;
on Call It,..?. Will. rent company
9 dusk'I'to'undoy.: Into
sion. Robin riffle won a red ribbon Mrs. Deble Blgham Mrs. Arleen or soil together or to credit union; proflt-tharlng FURNITURE
for cooking. Shannon Ford won a red Rich and Mrs. Joyce McMillan ae'companied .ly. Phone 964-7531 Mparote-. 3/24 Phono 964-074L :r! haroom and retirement; and plea* REFINISHING I
ribbon the division. Donna their a ant working condition .
in cooking : 2nd and 3rd grade 2tchO 5/Sl ,
MCNi'W ww.. ....wardl.fqfJn'oJ'am''" aDd, ",; .lf.tq oaf Friday to Silver Springs., I'" ,. ,' =Y ';J %9R9i ASI' Application available at Fret:;;';;.. ",ca$
clothing construction. r l "' : 1'b ng'lines waiting to board the IN STARKEl1 YnlutnI.h.d;: any Handy-Way Food Store. --- I
\ dining room<< ,.qn SR 5/24 2tchg 5/31. 2I. ........ A..... ..
Special awards were presented by glass bottom boat proved worthwhile mall two bedroom hou... '230. I mile fronUlMpttql.Pleaio .; TPT .... ;
Debra Roberts and Doll Waters with when students were thrilled to see the First and 'lat month and call for .. I'In Clay i j Bradford ... Frio \
app CITA POSITIONS ...... 4JO....
money earned by their Club bake ,beauty of the sea foliage and colorful depotlt In advance. $125. 964-8878 or 9644701. TFchg AVAILABLE '
sale. Doll was given a scholarship fish. The Jungle cruise was also Phon'473.3246. 5/34 3tpdV7 are now being Application accepted for SHOWCASEPROPEBTIES.IKC. PI=iu.ten "

award to attend 4-H Camp. She was popular.as the group saw monkeys 1974 BfOELOW 72 N. mobil. the Summer Youth Program.
also selected to serve as Camp giraffes, rblnocerous: hippopotamus ham, central' air and hoot, & Union Coi.it.es. This program I I. for I
Counselor. Lynn Waters was selected alligators ostrich and flamingo, THREE BEDROOM HOUSE In nothing down toko Overpayment economically: disadvantaged! ........
to attend the Citizens Short Course to besides beautiful floral Thr**... No hoot pat*. *, Law'.,.
scenery. .
Phon oft. youth betw..n the age of !W o "!ILOrI1IInQ! }
333-2774 6 Box 1338
be held in Tallahassee. Their cheerful bus driver Mrs. 1-303-349-3318. 3/17 3lpd' 14 and 21. Applicant may
Joyce Collins allowed them to enjoy Itpd 5/31! 331197f.' With Ow 28,000 contact Valma Browning Keystone Hgts. 32056 2" Thru e'" ,

Condolence their packed lunches enroute home TWO BEDROOM M ltll. : "MOSILEHOMEt Room 306 Union County 473-4903
Sympathy is extended to Mrs.. Susie since their day'was too full to take Kernel AC. furnlihed, near 'HOLIDAY .. Courthoute. Itchg. 3/31. Fut'Rotary j
LoU whose uncle David Hunter of time out to-eat on the grounds; 13x60. la:2 bath. '
Law..,. Paved rood. 33.000 BTU AC window unit Readership. LOVELY NEW MODEL DrUling Equlpmenl
Lake Butler died last week at the age Among parent volunteers accompanying : S12S/month. $M dopoclt.Phono Appt or Info. Phon HOME In Keystone Hi*. STATE LICENSED t,
of 69 years. Susie had spent the the group to Silver Springs 783-3576. 1 Itpd 5/31 964-3374 day or 782-3437: : FLDRliMDREALTt Only,' 39900. Excellent ...................... i
previous Sunday with her uncle and were Mrs. Jolene Friese Mrs. Diane
eve*. Itchg 5/31 buy Act before price In- 'i
took him to Jacksonville: for the day. Davis Mrs. Barbara Long Mrs. I BEDROOM mobile 'horn* er..*.*. ....Pumps......
Carolyn Slater, Mrs. Betsy Hersey on Orllll Loop. Phon. BY OWNIRr' 197i Champion Yours. For Only Phn.964-7700

Hospitalized and Mrs. Michelle Parker. 964-MI6. Itpd 3/31 12.". 3 BR. 3' bath.. AC* ', 393 N.Tempi Avenue Eve Potty Toole. New 1 Used ASal.s.Partl.S

''A.H. Perry entered North FloridaRegional ,Students were fortunate to receive love, refrlg., on I.aero,In PMn.4151310QnKiu'. I
,Hospital on Friday for reduced rates and were given a free THREE Mi I 1/2 bath mobll Stork. $10.300. 3.300 '2" Per. Week Open Sot. A Sun ceE.Z
observation and treatment. pass for 'a return trip, with their. ham on Crawford Road. down. '137.01l_:" Vary ,
parents. Phono ....7065. Itchg 3/31 clean Phono 964-7034 or GV f i i Bedroom. two both Tenns a ': .
Happy Birthday 373-0413.' TFchg', 4Fpr ,/omo, large and roomy ...................... '
Sandra Friese celebrated her birthday LUNCH MENU THIRTY ACRES Improved ; InformationCall corner lot. SI6.0OO. Plumbin
paitur. Phon 964-.399 or o4ia.ly !
May 23 with a decorated cake and June- 964-7687 I TWO IICaOOM ............... ...it
beef Itchg 5/31. fwrnlthed.; wa1. 4.Swallcarp. WANT A PEW ACRES In
refreshments then a swimming party Monday June 4-Barbequed on
for family and friends. bun cole slaw French fries peaches FOR SALI 01 RENT 13x&4 .., plus a nice size yard; 473-22 2 Country bath., $33.200.with 4 bodroom New Installation i'I"
asking Sle.OOO, owner
Michael Brunetti celebrated his birthday milk. '
Mobil' Hem* with 2 BR. I ,
on Memorial Day May 28.with Tuesday Jane S-Turkey A dressing bath. Set In MobIl. financed. Prlce.>t' Remodeling Repairs ,
'A cake made by his wile, Claire.Congratulauar sweet potato limas corn- Ham up CMIn't boot:.' E.Thi. : TIN ACRES K) pet. down: 100tl'S Rut ESTATE ......................
pone green Park. SR 16 to Morgan PhatW''I64-7262..W :STEVE BROADWAY nice IIr_. I
l c ". bread, milk.Wednesday.., Rd. Turn right to NW 3lt I
964-7828 urrance ,
plea* 13.1.'Fc ,
\ .June S-Meat sandwich, St., turn right to second I'' "I r 'TREE SERVICE 40 ACRES $800 per acre, ....H..............t ;'I'
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey McClellan' mixed vegetables fruit cup, milk. driveway turn right. 5/31 *Removal. *Trimming with good. timber on 886 N. Temple I.
celebrated their 17th Wedding An-' Thursday June T-Meat sauce 3tch0 6/7 *Free Estimates county maintained rood. PUMP \ .

''niversary on May 27: The decorated w/spaghettt.. 'tossed salad apple 'r ,4f ,, '..war'...., 473.4732 Gtarke, Fla. & SUPPLY
i take was made by their daughter crisp, French bread, milk. h Evenings! i Pie***call COMPANY I
'Teresa.' Friday Jane $-4: uban sandwich, J I,, Ji' green limas. orange wedge 'potatochips : ', .ORJ. Phen. 964M76Pearl lot.
., Ave.
BS4 Temple '
I. Home Again cookie,milk. ). ."' Andrew 9647739'I. '
I : I .- :. J Natural' Wood J
v- Mrs. Gerald Adkins returned home ,. ', '?'f ',',.'. ".ri'1... 1 .O.Doll964711 Frame Neese In city. I :

Saturday after a flight to Seattle. i;! Slabs. Burls,, Ef HELP WANTEDCORRECTIONAL Mary Hamilton ....6235 reasonably prked. Starke, Fla 1, !.'I'

;Washington, where she and her sister., .. ... ..... .. ..U1 : OFFICER I! I '
Mrs. Jewel Morris of Macclenny'visited ".&_ ,. ,'IIf Phone: B64-6511 li I (rote Career Service La,.. Fran Hou*. on 2
located In lake ,964-7061 i
another sister Mrs. Lyda .' position. at all mole correctonl -
Voss who ill. Their flight was enjoyable REGISTERGAS Sutler.Beouttful' il
is 4. ', ( Institution. l
and the scenery lovely OftANO OPENING HELPI WE NEED UJW j' Qualification, Include IS I : AND OILMotor vr..d.d lot at 1
although the weather was quite cool ? ...;..-- f year of age. high school Club. MOBILE HOME I
.They saw Mt. Ranier and, lovely ." : :.AW' L4d f school ,SPECIAL WALDO AUCTION BARN. diploma 0. OEO. good 1\t .; Slarka Country _
rhododendrun and formosa In bloom Give Warming "I .' i Rl-MlnWeld* character background and SERVICE POLES
k H4-'" homo In Green
during their sightseeing trips. ,r '..< I vjj tti ',"yi JJ .TeshUp, -, pawog of tote exam. lowly .
Beautiful 'lot.Spacious '
TALWIASSEE-Schools 1 ...., V Cylleda'Me.'" .1d Good' wed tunsNVrs rv Storting salary $9,083 LP Bottles- Acre too; AMr* :

Visitor .- rDeborah' win soon 6gUadar.$11./f. Now orto/ittod. ontlquefeOpen6doyf 40 hour shift work week.OJT a ", outbuilding.Brick *!;3S ,
be for the and motorists
McCullough of, out summer : and neretnorndiso approved for
tenn for .....Wads Home Filed heme In country, .
her need to take extra care youngsters .' j 'I'etarGn.' 300 AMP !
Ralford the with| "
spent weekend ..... ; FHA-VA: ,
playing or riding bicycles: on or near .w. weakly Interested persons l
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Lester our streets and highways said the .Cutting ,10..", .to3p.m, should apply to Personnel, ......1 WIM&1e0 :
McCuflough and Zina Beth. They A_'.,... _
'enjoyed a cookout on ,Sunday, and" Florida, Highway. i"Patrol today.. TAD' AUTO tCPAUl: 'AUCTicN EVERY Fe10A' Onion. Correctional P. O. 'Bon Irxlltulion. 221.- ,., nr., .......... Lberb r

//another one on Monday with 'MI".ather .,' Sovft?, e.... from AND I 5A1UYNI the1d Ralford.' Fl. 33083. ,- AoaOedwtnJvdNhFtyM i

Lynn McCuUough: Patti Trad Pedestrian fatalities 'the BOA Kempgrevnd ; .. 'QI4't. .. ((904-01-1312). ). t...
for first
: Jason, and Mr and Mrs.Wilton .......Sacex
and Roy, four months are up 34 percent overthe J
;Ott; same period In 1979. The number .

: Hampton Lake New Increased wM-OtOMMkM from f 1M to 220. l [ fOR YOUR REAL ESTATE'NEEDS NORMAN TRAYLOR UNELEARIIIC ; t:1:

Thomas Edward NesSmith, Ji*. 'of' v N Madame Jhce ,
Bicycle deaths have also increasedin :: All Fill BUT
''Daytona Beach spent three days : ; : IN pRADFORO'COUNTYif : '.

and recently Mrs. with James his Ne grandparentsSm l.Thomas Mr.Is four 1979 months.by S3 percent There were during 21 the in first 1978 Palmist-' 1 '.' k ''tt CALL Stark. Fla084.8374 f

from and there ; H No Anwr 7623422'Equipment :
scheduled to enter the U.s. Naval January through April 9 lti
,Academy Baltimore.'Maryland In have been a killed so far In 1979.Highway ychlcAdv'' r \ .- /.tJIILLPOWELL a" On HaM -- --f, t

Patrol Director Colonel 1. Two Wheel ones Leader wan
June wiN rood your antlr M*. AIM a: H'II tlrsdNg Bon I
Eldrlge Beach requests all motorists 8mJIDmrJDSO 0 Wy Blade
Mr and Mrs. E.W. HodIJoined *S stbvs *f RN M .Love; i y r
Orlando te yield theright pf ".y.to.. LorgeDo. *
in -
other Swingers t
Strawberry ......
M.mss.La Bun ,one
over< the weekend where they attended pedestrians ana bicycles even when ', : "'r'.L',.;. E Pour Wheel. "Ortv .Loader WWi Ftool Ftato CM 1110"4 'ib.\\ '
dance convention there is some,doubt, ....UIetIoII.. Overcome ra'ul4e. ", JJ.STATE muss CHipptn :
the State ) '
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Mr. and. Mrs. Francis Men* were. He said There .Is small satisfacUon Tab. 8 MiMl. Mdlwi Teta'yeu wtiol you ..*.-y t'\" ; H.Itr.'964.0484w, & 1 24 Hf3.CWO j* :.:.8,'.- i ...","?_.. .-....-.,.lC.e PmLd.Q.;, =.z ": ,-:'_ .:;.J:,'.,'.;,9.,"Ii'.) r"}'"i. ,

'visited over the Memorial Holidays for a driver wtu views an Injured, .kno w-5b d U. upnor to'tnf otnor you,heve .vf. ,J ,, ) e II. L ,dorau, : -:

by all of their children and grand or dead pedestrian or bicyclist lying -..,..,.. ... .I. nl, MII y "" .. :h. ., I, '.. ..' ',...... ( UlenetTa P '4
hildreac In the street and '1 had the right ., '
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CKOton lot.
Prfw. I CesMenlw" Palings tlletolllo, ,..,.w pAi t :',
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way': of fw holM.' Located .. .h', .. .. "
Look for the sign h front '- tr, ..:. Material.. HauledDrimmg.. 1"- '
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Beach concluded gift saying. "You on U.S. 3Of South In'Slorlse AocrQssytasp', l' ., ,' (RET: ))'OOH SANTIAGO ', *.8 rViCUyMCaAd : ., ,A." '"

Hampton Elementary News may be ottering the of life by giving )KOA Campgrourrtl. .\' .? ; "y.1/;" 'L.i.'i', hi''l'! I .. ,. DIo1 tJerW ,...ac ftQ'1an4f -'; .

Golden School Award up the right of way and there.is no O.an OsSy" *:OO ..m. M 10'on **.- PfI: .....1'.. 094.5378 : ;
---fpa! Connie' Clark recently greater gift one can offer" J OraM6esdfiouk'.4

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PERSONALS 'M 'c .. ., '- .. ''u 'Mr... Craig Carroll ofspent Re.- a6' ir 24, as their final field Str'ueturatFire
CHURCH ACTIVITIES: The tour Included the
the weekend
CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday School The Fire Station plans end to of build the two Old f..'..... lllsalM< New the North
10 a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. and Bays on '.' Phone / ?J"i,,: ; ,''i. \ ind Ms wif and chttdrtm.'' The classes also I had f
Fire Station. They plan to place some
6 Prayer Meeting and YPE h I by a lake located on the
p.m. drawings of the new addition In the Ci l i i ill J ;' family win return home on Tueeday.
1 Wednesday at 7 p.m.EVERGREEN Mr. and Mrs. Jr. Green andchildren Many thanks to Captain John
Half and local businesses. They WaHo 'fIIHMJe.
ty Mr. and Mr or
ehfl *
d BAPTIST: Sunday Mark Starling and It Pen of of Milliard were guests of Moneyhan and nil men for a wonden
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 would appreciate some donations for Gainesville, visited his parents, Mr. Worthington Springs, spent Wednesday their grandmother Mrs. O.J. Anderson ful day. Their organization and ejfe
a.m.and 7 p.m.Training Union 6 p.m. the new additions from everyone. and Mrs Fleam Starling on Sunday. afternoon with their sister. Mrs. Saturday. perience made the whole trip an
Meeting Wednesday at 7 Mrs. Wordie Melton, and Mr. and Pierce Crews educational the
Prayer p.m. experience childrenwill
Mrs. K.A. Stephens of Panaaofka,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anders Sr. and of Birmingham
1; FAITII BAPTIST: Radio Program Mrs. Harris of Ococo spent the long Mrs. Laura Manning, and Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Stringer of remember for a long time. s
daughter Lisa, of Jacksonville were Ala., Is spending sometime
WPXE Starke. AM 1490 FM 106.3 8a.m. weekend with her son-in-law and *
Hollywood Fla., visited Mra.Stephens' .
Friday night and Saturday guests of and with her brother-in-law and sister\ '
j Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m. daughter, Mr. Mrs. Lonnie
their Anders. son and daughter-in-law Lawtey Youth i.Plan .
Mrs. O.J.
mother Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wllkerson.
and 8:30 Teston
Services 11
a.m. :
Worship Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee on Saturday "
Mrs Agnes Basford and Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Crews and her Dance -
and Mrs.John ,Jr.
Prayer Meeting 6:30: p.m. on Mr. Tye ,enjoyeda .
j p.m. Dixie Youth Association Is
Ovid of Jacksonville Lawtey
, Wednesday night. Denmark. cookout on his birthday which was Mrs. Onle Thornton and daughter,
41 visited Mrs.Lois Carter after planning a dance for Saturday, June
School Sunday Other Mrs. W.F. Atwood were business
FIRST BAPTIST: Sunday May 26 Saturday. guests were
Lawtey School News 9, from 7 to 11 at the Lawtey
noon. visitors to Jacksonville on Monday. p.m.
Services 11 Mr. and Mrs. Tommy and
9:45: a.m. Worship a.m. Talley "
Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higglnbotham Miss Linda Crider of Jacksonville Elementary Cafeteria. ,, ;:-
and 7:30 Training Union 8:30: family who are living with their '
: p.m. of Maxville spent a few days at their spent the long weekend with Mr. andMrs. The first and third grades fromn Admission':\1 Is I$1'per person. Cold
on Wednesdayat mother, Mrs. John Sr., for the
Meeting Tye.
}; p.m. Prayer Lawtey Elementary School enjoyed a- drinks and
home here. Their son-in-law and George Kelly. bakery goods will ,be
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Emerickand .
? 7:30: p.m.HOME COMING WILL BE daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wolfe, present.daughters, of Starke. who are George Hugglra of Savannah Ga., visit to Cecil Field on Thursday:.,May available. .. .

OBSERVED AT TilE CHURCH On Sr and their son and daughte..inlaw.Mr. of moving to Columbus Ohio In the near spent a week with BiU and Ray ,,, .
t Sunday June 3. All are Invited. and Mrs. Wm. Wolfe, Jr., all future. The cookout was at the homeof Wilson. anrr.In.rrr.CO1PU ( rrrrsaw
'. GRACE UNITED METHODIST: Cape Coral, spent the weekend and Mrs. John Tye Sr. Mr and Mrs. Stephen L. Judd, of
f-- Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship Ser Memorial day with them here. While Mrs. Marcus Mosley and daughters Luray, Va.. announce the birth of a In Honor Of The Graduates Of 1979
vices 11 a.m. Methodist Youth here all of them went down to Ocean Jansen and Darlene, of Highland and daughter, Kristy Leigh on May 9.
i. Fellowship 6:30: p.m. Choir Practice Way and enjoyed a barbecue with Mr. and Mrs. Pat Henry, were Sun. Mrs. Judd Is the former Peggy Lee Starke Radiator Is Offering To
Wednesday at 7:13: p.m. their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Brassel daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
I Bible School Study Course at the and Mrs. Jimmy Hogan and their Lonnie Teston. J.D. Brassel Sr., and granddaughterof :L: Remove. Clean, Repair OFF e

I church every Wednesday night at 8 friends and relatives. Other guests Mrs. Daisy Thompson is spending Mrs. T.L. Wainwright.Mr. :4 Replace Your Radiator On Any Car $ 5 0 0 Normal era
and Shuford and
I p.m. The church has a nursery for were Mr Mrs. Glen sometime with her son and daughter. and Mrs. Raymond Williams
pre-school children during worship family. in-law Mr. and Mrs. Billy Thompson and Brian of Jacksonville visited Or Pick Up Truck For' B .PrlcaT
I' services. Mrs. Wayne Hardee and baby of Gainesville.Mr. their brother-in-law and sister Mr.
HIGHLAND BAPTIST: Sunday visited her grandparents Mr. and and Mrs. James D. Kelly spent and Mrs. O.J. Boyette Jr., and familyon STARKE RADIATOR
School 9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 Mrs.Edward Hatcher,of Middleburg the weekend visiting their sister Mrs Sunday afternoon. '
a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Thursday night. Their daughter, Elsie Scruggs and Mr. and Mrs. E.B. Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly attended The Working Folks RadiatorIS' Mon 3d. J
flew down from and all .
Janice Texas church services at Wesley United Eves By Appt.COUPON
of Chiefland.
Wednesday at 7 p.m. Rowe, They carried Corner Hwy 301 I 1 e 044-0610
LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday School enjoyed a family reunion. their mother Mrs. Susie Williams Methodist Church of Jacksonville
Services and Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Glance visited and were present for the christeningof -
10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. home. She had spent 3 months with
their brother-in-law and sister Mr. their grandson, Justin Kelly.
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesdayat them.
7:30: p.m. and Mrs. Henry Hodges on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Frank Poreca of
LONG: BRIDGE BAPTIST: Sunday afternoon.Mr. Glance and son went to Hampton, Mrs. Lori Contl Mrs. .L .. ---
the Stock Car Races Lake
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 at City Jewel Roberts Mrs. Minnie Coss of
a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Speedway on Saturday night with Mr. Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Burn-
Wednesday at 7 p.m. Pastor Rev. Henry Hodges and sons. seed, Mrs. Irene Shepard of Glen St.
Elder and Mrs. of
Charles Starling. George Boyer Mary, Mrs. Mary Roberts, Key West
f' MORGAN ROAD BAPTIST: Sun Plant City were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Jeffcoat, of Perry, F"Wmm
their Mrs.Fred
day School 10 a.m. Worship Services sister Moore on Mon- S.C..Mr. and Mrs. Louie Wainwright
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Training Union 6 day night. and Josh,of Tallahasee, Mr.and Mrs. I ? !
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7p.m. Miss Angie Garlitz of Callahan, II.C. Kelly, and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Pastor Rev. James Parrish. spent Vickie the Nicula.long weekend with Miss Roger visited Mrs. Truby Wainwright II I
during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee and jffiBJiy 'IXfM.
NORTHSIDE BAPTIST: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilklson Sr.
family visited their Mr. and mmmmmitm
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 parents went to Daytona Beach with their son
Mrs. Fred of I
and 7 Carter Clay Hill on and Mr. and Mrs.
a.m. p.m. Prayer Meeting Saturday afternoon.Mr. daughter-in-law,
at 7 Donald Wilkison Jr. and their son
Wednesday p.m. I
and Mrs. J.R. Jones of Columbia .
Robby, on Friday and spent the
i S.C., spent the long weekend with
weekend with their aunt and'uncle,
their mother, Mrs. Flossie Rosier.
Mr. and Mrs.Bruce Garrison. The
: Sunday School 10 a.m.Worship Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crouse visited occasion
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Train. their son-in-law and daughter Mr. was to celebrate the birthdayof
ing Union 6:15: Prayer Meetingon Mr. Wilkison, Sr.
p.m. and Mrs. Mike Sykes,of Jacksonville
Wednesday at 7 p.m. on Sunday morning.

FLORIDATHEATRE ti*,'\"! LtlITA iiii lipiiieii.iisp3L :

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There will be no meetings of the Lisa to our club meeting where we Starke 964.5451

Bradford County Senior Citizens Club will celebrate their birthdays. Frl. Sat. Sun.
during the months of July and August. Former club member Rose
President Vernon Olin and his wife Bonawandt was hospitalized this f I\RM So Says Lynn Newsome
Eloise are on a leave of absence for month. She Is now recovering nicely. The greatest ,
three months because of pressing Charles Burdick underwent mtttniman Rt. 2, Box 180 Starke. Fla.
business matters which need atten surgery and is now home alive UC,.s .
tion. recuperating fast. Get well Charlie, PioD .' "
Keep-a-goin'. Come back as soon as ,( S e's A Happy Enthusiastic User Of Vita"i.1
Bill Cosgrove first vice-president you are able.A BURT REYNOLDS I. '

1 will keep shop. until President Olin U tiSUl1SI., : : ," ',Farm Rrpducts .Supplied By Alligator!I :.,?r k'j

comes back.President Emeritus Joe Kerrigan beautiful movie "Queens of Harmony" Ranch For (Her Horses: And Cattle..
will be shown at the Starke -
chaired last meeting.
our Public Library, Wednesday, June 13
at 10 a.m. Make plans to attend this ... }
Our beloved Harry Rosenshine and one. ,if

Lisa Hansen are now confined in the ,_ _...-_...._....
will be c 0
Home. Harry PG .
Starke Nursing
Next club meeting will be June 12 at Y.MINMN K
!99 and Lisa 90 years old this year. 1 p.m. Pratt Street Recreation
We have planned a little birthday Center. Come along and sing "Happy SHOWTIMESFri.
paty for Harry and Lisa. Mrs. Beverly Birthdays" to Harry and Lisa.
IcGee. activities director at the Joe Kerrigan 7:1069:00: : "SHE SAY
will Harry and
nursing home bring
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