Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01709
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 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: UF00027795:01709
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Rick Cheshire The courtroom was silent as the u soon as they walked into the jury
BCT Staff Writer jurors filed In and the verdict was room, they.agreed the decision was I
''Thank God." Starke Police Chief read. Bowen' wife, sitting on the that he wasn't guilty," according to '
,!S Jimmy Bowen Mid after a circuit front row,, directly behind Bowen his attorney. Dudley Hardy.
court Jury pronounced him not guilty burst into tears as the verdict was Hardy said the jury member said ,
,, .;;d a 1' of perjury charges Tuesday evening read. She had held a tissue In her they stayed In the Jury room over an
knz h June right hand through most of the trial hour to read over documents to make "
a The jury entered the courtroom at dabbing red eyes and leaningforwanlmuch i sure they weren't making a mistake.

7:36: p.m. to return the verdict, after of the time often resting her After the verdict was in and Bowen
deliberating one hour and 18 minutes. face In her hands. freed of any wrong doing In the perjury
At.8 pm. attorney 3.3 Wolbert The audience quickly rose as case his attorney reflected on
entered the city commission meeting friends gathered around Bowen and the trial.
fmlng'the i members the ver- his wife as they hugged each other. "It was a rough case a very rough
; ,. diet" Bowen was immediately There were many teary eyes In the case....a severe case," Hardy said
'nlll tated. He was suspended with courtroom as the two walked out. Wednesday morning."As i
tpay April 12.Bowen. "One of the jurors told Chief Bowen far as the case goes I'm well i'
satisfied. I was confident in Jimmy
all along. And I was confident the
Reinstated Quickly jury would come back with a'not gull-
ty' all the time" Hardy said.

News of the Jury's acquits of Police agreed there 'was no reason to con- On the other side of the case. Awls- t
Chief Jimmy, Bowen reached: theStarke tinue Bowen's suspension.A public:officer tan State Attorney Len Register gave
City Commission about. 8 p.m. must be suspended\ If a felony his. opinions on the case.
Tuesday night.Atturney charge pending, but suspension is .It'. the professional responsibilityand
$ J optional when misdemeanor chargesare obligation of.the state attorney's
J.J: Wolbert entered the Wolbert office to present the case of grand
The two-day perjury trial of Starke Police dent Above Circuit Judge Osee Pagan' ad*' .room. Wolbert handles police negotla"i said.still being considered jury indictment" he said Wednesday any

Chief Jimmy Bowen drew considerable attention vises the two primary attorneys the case<*. "' Jar the city. Therefore, the city commission morning.

this week with numerous officials Hardy (left and Elwell about legal pro* fury.i told the. commission the unanimously approved a motion by "The grand jury through their in-

vouching for Bowen's credibility. Starke City cedure during one of, their numerous trips. to > decided Bowen was not guilty of Commissioner Wilbur Waters that dictment expressed their strong feel-

Commissioner Wilbur Waters, (top photo) a the'bench. At left Bowen takes the oath\. and, acne perjury charge leveled against Bowen be received reinstated his normal as police chief.dur ed Ings it about over to the us.indictment.we turned They It over turn.to a

former city policeman, told the jury Bowen tells his side of the story, V ,$ {him by ihe-.and Jury. Bowen pay the Jury. There
,! ? .Wolbert said be had discussed the ing the time he was not allowed to was certainly no personal
should not be blamed! for the InclvTty vendetta
dog shooting \q. matter with the city attorney and they serve. police chief. on the part of the stateattorney's "
against anybody.
i : .' t :*' he said.

',- ., ;" .' r. Jury selection began at 9 a.m. Moo.I .
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ty prospective jurors of the JM sum-
moned were called on to be questioned
before six Jurors and an alternate "

Cot cil Removes Warren as Mayor-Commissioner were accepted a pre-lrial by both meeting attorneys.In shortly.

before jury selection. Hardy attemp

Joe Warren Issued several orders ed to place on the September city committee which oversees police Warren continued his sworn statement ted a last appeal for the trial to be t
abandoned. "I feel like
Tuesday night to prove he was a election ballot. business. by responding to another matter case
could be settled this
strong mayor and the Starke City He said removing Waters had regarding Waters. He said the morning without 1
Saiim UTtCcr Commission promptly removed him The commission rejected those sug nothing to do with a traffic: ticket Telegraph misquoted Waters when it going to a jury trial If the" court would
as mayor-commissioner: in a 4-0 vote. gestions after Warren was removedas Waters.issued to Richard Chagnon. stated that Waters said Warren had allow Osee me to argue this, he told Judge d
\ The commission selected Wilbur mayor and also rescinded the Warren told the police chief not to told him he could not serve as a The Fagan.attorneys grilled prospective ,

---- Jurors, trying to weed out those they
I felt would be biased In the trial.
\ Assistant State Attorney Tom

i. I Elwell described the feeling in the
courtroom as he asked prospective
\ r jurors "Will all of you be able to rule i
out the political atmosphere, to rule
out the flamboyance and be able to '

; base your verdict solely on the ,
evidence presented'"Do ;
( : any of you look at the trial of
"l this defendant as a slap In the face to

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, Lawty Dixie Youth Assn. Y tla it4Ad ',' a a, t A fie.le 220 Graduate t


Lawty Elem. Ll, ? Tommorro Night y {
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A Dlxl.Youth Assn. At Bradford High
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t ... .' .. .. Bradford High School seniors are 220 set ;
I RummagSal .a tomorrow ( Friday, June 81 at 8 p.m, t6,t
Bake Sal, Car Wash
,at Bradford High Memorial Stadium.

t.:(r Senior' Stark Boys Soft.Stars Tam v Vernea SIlcox gained support from three fellow Starke city commissioners the commission for removing Warren ss mayo -commhlsloner. Edwardsand State Agriculture Commissioner
Conner will
: .. Norman's Produce Tuesday night to remove Joe Warren ss mayor The commission City Attorney George Pierce react to applause from from a small Doyle address the .1"
i., : .m..7 p.m. selected WUbur Waters to fill that post until October. City Clerk Merrill group of residents at the close of the meeting. Pictured from left are graduating class before the diplomasare
'::. I Edwards came under Warren's attack Tuesday night and later thanked Slkoz..Waters. Warren. Pierce and Edwards. upon the 1978-79 seniors. i'
Conner. Starke
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or. ; At FairgroundsFish "ot! !1<.i.J'f. <" tatives In 1950 a 21-year-old college
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'-, .l i:,.,') ,;. .. 11' student. In 1957. he became the
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J ': ? I '' ).,.," ". <" .; ,, \r'j; :,: ,, of the House. He was 28.
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.. :... :: "" 't' !' \; .,- '. Tim Gaskins senior class president
'" .' 'HamptonVotuntHr ,will present Inductor remarks.
: Fire Dept.Meeting Jim BUS principal will sing
J. tt3Op.m.CnyH.U! IL N the National Anthem and introducethe
J' i ,r,; '.... 5 speakers. .Rev. Roman Alvarez
'Tu sd.v.June 11 will offer the invocation and benedic

}\ : ilamptonCouncil Mting' tion.

7:10 p.m. City Hall :: Warren returns materials Used .In Tecsday night meeting to Us brfcfc; Warm served as mayor-cemmisttoBer..... October 1178 until JWM.sat CCHalutatortans'Sylvan Williamsand
f 'P, I '/..::1 case after other participants bad left the new city hall commission romn.i, 1$:23 Todd Ashline will present the
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,........(..... ..... ..' .. ','p." p.m.i welcome address. The pop ensemble
.f" ,. .f...< ......... Waters to complete: the one year term orders he had Issued to the clerk and'' allow Waters, to continue as a volunteer fireman. will sing "Looks Like We Made It '
f -BUARCM.etinglunrhln.ACr .. u mayor-commissioner ,that; Warren police chief.! volunteer policeman a few days after "I have never.had !any discussion: and Valedictorian Dwayne BaldwinwUJ
j" .. >.';'>\\f \ began "last October, Chagnon was arrested. diagram's with Mr. Waters about:.not:. being: a :present the farewell address ; ,
7t3o P"",.., Warren said the city charter em- Warren began lie discussion of his fatherrhh-law, Ray Williams, asked volunteer fireman.: Superintendent of Schools Thomas ;:
; I powered him to enforce state laws. He approach to the Job ss. mayor! that the' charges be dropped. "I"m very apt to realize how often Casey will present the diplomas., .
: W dn tdv.Junll said City ,Clerk Merrill Edwards had commissioner after .other city Williams. who operates The ToRena that Telegraph makes mistakes. The ,
'f d, : v .BrltfffV'IOa.m. ", failed to complete a financial plan for business bad been covered ,at the- Motel contacted Waters about throwIng Bradford County,. Telegraph gets ,'
,2 i ":i Luncheon at Noon the commission, as required by state regular meeting. out the ticket,but Waters refused.Assistant' things.. .| giving. my part of Index .. 1' ';
r fcUng'ly Lake y J law. 11.
." He Edwards Ha began by asking the dry clerk to / Stat, Attorney LeeRegister 'r "
Civic Cntr gave 90 days to provide Later In. the .meeting. Waters
3 ... the commission a financial plan place him under oath so that he could said earlier this month that to W ; tmI4..AAac.P.gssl/4tsA' 1
ffen's statement
'. i make a 'Tbt,, \ I :vy. '
or he would take him to court via a statement. city charges against Chaonon were dc'opooped : 'fi' /; I
i .. Courtesy;:o'; private attorney,which the city would clerk was puzzled by the request City because Waters had not been appointed "I just want( to: refresh hismemory *st/e.BY..Pegoii./a/ ( \ '. i,., ::" I
Attorney Georg Pierce,, complied the Waters "
mat mam, have to pay for. n special,policeman by from of ....... Peg.e'lA3'A.I. ; I
Warren then issued an order to the with the request by asking Warren to mayor. II4t pointed to the the old ci 'A..M"A\-/; : .
raise his right. hand and swear" to tell ty baD and said that Warren told him (. : chief to enforce the Waters ,.
'SlPtLY Oi f Sf8rke, police law dogs. He said dty'lleub could be: the truth. : resigned: as a Stark* ,right out there that he could not continue RwAw ...... ., .... ..NA.1RtL4; .,., ..::,' v; r.
on dogs
potictinun.,when ha ran the city
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.!lwy t ': 07 kept In a house a car;in a yard or'Non. Warren began by saying he wanted .commission, but bit continuedfor work- said' be as asked N volunteer Warren fireman.about Commissioner Waters QM.eke.teelq... .;. ". r '","..;.,"'A.I", ..I44 w," ?
tt ey.toi. Nilglhni. .' a leash with you at the other end. 'to respond to criUctsm'abmt: not IDa! a few hours cacti month to main;' Harold Epps being a volunteer\ Chore .....,.....t'.t.. 'JVVf-iWil' ; '
.Hwj ,Oq'floa1.A"t3 Warren went by describing other allowing Commissioner Wilbur tain(,Ms' police certification.; He fireman> and W./Jaid he could not .........,. ,.. "'.. ...i, ...,"(It
;" : actions he Intended! to take aa mayor. Waters to- serve a*, ,a 'policeman received ea. pay.for IwipiBa on the, .WMM A1.. ..... .'
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\ 491 He listed several Items that b*LDtendo because Waters, was ,on Abe.safety -lorce' ', '.',. .. "tare potty'I' ;
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J.1.07Terri I : ..\, Ii<

Alie.sHonored June 2 at 4 IC ei !

x' Bridesmaid's Luncheon ,, ,: ,;t.

r TIle brtocwnji In tite forthcoming
wedding of Tern AIM to Jackson alyr my Gin 966.7608f "

r Prevail.e honored at a luncheon -. -- --
SaturclaMlwMI: given by Mrs. P. A. f f' ;'.
; Smith tMHvacksonville and herdaughter. ''IiI" t(
"I ."-Miis Sandy Smith of Joey Herres 4 U,, George Dominfannl
Keystone Heights. \ : '

The bridesmaids. Terri Patenon Presented Piano il Installed VP of Elks
, Tract Aljets! Linda Richardson .1
j I Terry were presented Bailey and monogrammed Sandra Sargent Recital June 2' ,:, \, ,, ', NE District May 19

cyrsul candy dishes by the bride- / .
Joey Herres displayed the poise and :" .,'" Past exalted
elect while the wedding coordinator .,' M"f/ ruler George Dominianni -
Mrs, Julie Miller was given a warm personality ot an artist at his 't f ';;i of Starke Ells lodge 1808 was
monogrammed crystal pitcher as a piano recital Saturday night at the ; installed as vice-president of Northeast .
memento of the occasion. First Baptist Church Fellowship HalL District at the Florida State
Other guests included the mothers. Joey,a pupil of Mrs. Mona Canova, >, Elks convention in Klssimmee on ,
Mrs Alltson Aljets and Mrs. George played the piano and electric piano at ',,ii" "i'i': May 19.Part.
Prevatt; and MISS Deborah Weeks. the six selections of numbers of ; : \IJ:::, ; :: of his duties to visit each Elk
Deborah Seamen J.S.Bach. Scarlatti Beethoven Cyril' ..dl'dk". Lodge in the NE district to deliver a,
Randy Adams Scott and George Gershwin. He also '1 : message from the State president of e

Having A Party Deborah Branson played hymn variation of a favorite ':. ,, Florida B.P.O.Elk
hymn. "Eternal Father, Strong toSaye' ,. At the St Augustine Lodge 82f
AdamsEngagement visitation on Wednesday. May 30
t OrClubMeeting Randy Joey's technique was adequate and members of Starke Lodge accompan-
appropriately employed to give a Ing V.P. and Mrs.George Dominiann!
? Told delightful Interpretation to each of the were: past vice president J.D.Doyle
selections. The program Included the past exalted ruler Nealy McConnell. Debbie Harper
Catering Mr. and Mrs. Jesse D. Branson of baroque, classical,romantic and con- Jeanne Fleenor Jr. Mr. and Mrs.Frank Ottinger Mr.snit Eugene Anderson
Starke announce the engagement of temporary periods of music which Mrs. Bobby Wolff Mr. and k Mrs.
: I their daughter. Deborah Lynn, to Joey Interpreted and communicatedto Jeanne Fleenor, Herbert Chase Mr. and Mrs. Don Debbie Harper
Will MakeIt 6I Randy Adams son of Mr. and Mrs. the audience. He was given a rousIng Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Robert dare
James E. Adams of Lake City. and standing applause at the conclusion Greg Reddish and Henry Spear.At Anderson
Easier The wedding will be held at the of his program. the Jacksonville Beach Lodge Eugene '
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day The hall was arranged In 1901 visitation on Sunday June 3,
For You. Saints on Bessent road.Starke on July auditorium style and decorated with Engagement, Told members at Starke Lodge accompan- To Wed July 8 -_:
7 at 3 p.m. with a reception follow arrangements of roses and ing VP and Mrs. Dominlanni were J.
Free Estimates- hydrangeas furnished by Mrs. Herb Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Fleenor of D. Doyle, past exalted ruler and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. Nicholas C. Harper of
ing.Debbie Herres and Mrs. George Ricks. Lake Worth announce the
graduated from Bradford engage- Nealy McConnell Jr.. exalted ruler Lawtey announce the engagementand
High School and the School of Following the program a receptionwas ment of their daughter, Miss Jeanne and Mrs. George W. Brown Mr. and approaching marriage of their
Wide Variety Of held. The refreshment table Fleenor to Gregory Dolph Reddish
Cosmetology In 1976 was Mrs. Robert Clare, Mr. and Mrs. daughter Deborah Lee, to Rex
Randy graduated from Lake City covered with a green linen cloth and son of Sheriff Dolph Reddish and Ms. Frank Ottinger and Mr.and Mrs.Don Eugene Anderson. Jr. of HomesteadAir ,
Menus & Prices High School in 1970 and served In the centered with the punch bowl encircled Shirley Carpenter of St. Augustine.The Wallace. Force Base, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Armed Services. with hydrangeas. Punch and wedding will be an event of
Rex E. Sr. of Starke.
cakes served Mrs. Kenneth August 25 at 7 in St. Andrews Anderson. '
II Call: AU friends and relatives are invitedto were by p.m. The garden will take
wedding place
attend. Grider Mrs. J. E.Denmark and Mrs. Episcopal Church in Lake Worth. Terri Al jets, July 8 at the Anderson home.
Lyman Herb Herres. Jeanne graduated from Lake Worth
J Miss is of
High School in 1973 and from the Jackson PrevattTo Harper a 1979 graduate
Bradford School where she
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and .aS J University of Florida In 1977. She is High was '
a member of the BITS band and
: 410W. Main St. family,and Mrs. Eoline Smith of San- Mr. and Mrs. OG. Strayhorn ot now teaching in the Educational Wed June 9 jorette for the 4 years.. ma-.
ford the weekend with Mr. and System at Lawtey Correctional In-
spent Wildwood were Sunday visitors of Mr.
Lake Butler 498.9411 Mr. Anderson is a 1978 graduate of
Mrs. Robert Green and Mrs. M.F. Hazen.Jiither's stitute.
Greg graduated from Bradford The wedding of Miss' Terri Lynn Al- BUS where he was a member of the
High School in 1973. He attended Jets. daughter of Mrs. Allison GlassAlJets.1 band for 4 years and Is presently in
to William Jackson Prevatt. the Airforce: stationed in Homestead. _
University of South Florida as a :
< chemistry major and Is presently attending son of Rev. and Mrs. George Fonzo 1i 1a
Daya1e the University 'of Florida Prevatt will be an event of Saturday.
School of Dentistry. He will graduatein June 9, at 8 Keystone Friendship Bible KLPOA Bridge-Luncheon "
ty June 1980. Church in Heights with a
reception immediately following In Kingsley Lake Property Owners:
the Fellowship Hall. Association will have a bridge-
StarlingBrooksCannonStarling No local invitations are being sent; luncheon Wednesday June 13, at the
but all friends and relatives are cor- Kingsley Lake Civic Center
dially invited to attend. Bridge will start at 10 a.m.and luncheon -

X14 e v 1 Double Wedding June 9 Engaged Couple For at reservations noon. call Ann Hill,

S33-206. or Margaret Brown.
Cherri Starling and Andy Brooks and 64-7731..
Lillie Cannon and Otis Starling will be Given Pool Party, .
united in marriage Saturday June 9, r.
at 8 p m. in the Starke Church of Godon Cookout SaturdayGreg
N. StClair street.
3 t t All friends and relatives are Invitedto Reddish and Jeanne Fleenor Mrs. Mona Canova '
1 attend the double, wedding and were honored at a family cookout
,June 2,at the homeof
reception following. it I Saturday evening Presents PianoRecftal
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish. j
jj bonito The occasion was to announce the l. 31 ,"
'10 )( May
Joah'rt Fo'gbtt, c le'sepgagement4.a .; ,/
1 but: I'r"J, I ltThe. ( i i ji : i.'i.' w"
tfountyhe,,. : ,,1. n "..1.
tn8wA Mipper, (was enjoye4 JI ?f J otfILf.j.
GctryFH dYeY ek"J'N pool, the patio and back porch; Mrs. Mona Canova'presen'ted her
Swimming was enjoyed by most of piano students in a recital Thursday
Wedding June 29 the guests.Approximately. night. May 31, in the Baptist
30 family members- Fellowship Hall.
attended. At vantage points In the hall were
arrangements of roses and
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd L. Fugatt of
hydrangeas furnished by Mrs.George
Lawtey announce the engagementand Debbie Spengler Ricks and Mrs. Herb Herres.
approaching marriage of their Taking part in the recital were
1' Il1Jt daughter Joann, to Gary Horacek Brunch Honoree Melissa Jackson Marcia and Mary
son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reynolds of Louise Watterson Shian and Paige

Fort Lauderdale.The Miss Debbie Spengler. June 23 Roberts, Dawn and Joy Joiner Sherrie -
rill wedding will take place Friday bride-elect was honored at a brunch Gaskins; Holly Shields, Stephanie
I June 29, at 8 p.m. in Faith Baptist Saturday at the Garden Restaurant O'Steen. Barbara Smith Beth and
Church in Lawtey with a reception given by Mrs. Bill Adams. Mrs. John David Francis, Tricla and Lisa
following at the home of Mr.and Mrs. Mrs. Robert
Robert Green. Lawson, Melissa Thacker, Nancy
Lee Taylor In Lawtey. Barksdale Mrs. H. H. Adams and Grider, Joey Herres, Jenny Thomas,
All friends and relatives are invitedto Mrs. Olin White. Karen Kimbril. Peggy Cooper, Kim
t attend. The guests were seated at a and Rebecca Lawson, Vicky
U-shaped table where the head table Goodowns, Maria Thomas Theresa
was centered with an arrangement of Ricks,Barbie Swartz and Stacey Den-
Great For Father's Day daisies and roses. A garland of ivy in- mark.
aIt ,, terspersed with day lilies centeredthe Following the recital a reception'' t
VANDERBILT. side tables. Place cards markedthe was held for the pupils and audience. 1
y. !' ,SHIRTS 811 auo seating arrangement for the 26 Mrs. George Ricks, Mrs. Herbe Her- I
J- guests. tea and Mrs. David Lawson served '
Mil "'lIIctlnllVANDERBILT The hostesses presented the cakes and punch. The refreshment
l honoree with a set of walnut stack table was centered with a crystal
t 4 TENNIS SHORTS '811.up tables as a memento of the occasion. punch bowl encircled with ivy and
hydrangeas.Mrs. .
1 BRET & JERRY'S n Canova presented awards of
: tltl Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sumner and music statuettes to each of her pupils.
ATHLETIC HOUSE daughters of Lake City and Mr; and
Mrs. Donald Jerkins and daughter of .
183 8. Walnut St.Stark*. Fla. 064-7434 Maxville had a fish fry Saturday at
*'3O to 0 00 Men. Frl 8 OO lo 4'OO Sat the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Hut. J. T. Carvers \:

son. HostBHSChorus i

ST -FlKMAN'S Friday Night }ji

Forty members of the BHS and *** *

SUMMER Middle School chorus gathered at the }'t
'rye ) home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Carver jjf

__ Friday evening, June 1 for r
SPECIAL refreshments after the chorus con- 1

cert. .,
Special guests Included members of .-,
s .
: 41.iT1T the Pop Ensemble and choir director.
k": r :Don Hardy and Mrs. Hardy. .3

J' Buy A Regular ,0- Assisting the Carvers as cohorts ., .
were Mr. and Mrs. Roland Stern. v

Hot tog ".' I ....ass.rar. f

K r <,, "," ",AJ..i' ; ," The'Greene family; had a reunion-{';
a ',; .,, Saturday at Strickland's Landing':,;r',
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"V: Freck F "), .l', '\' < approximately 75 attending. ; ,, -
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We. now hate one of the largest !selection of La-Z-V| >v rcrlincrs for"Immediatedither .,1 '",,;\-.<0' ';...4'Jd>. : ''''' ) ..

llc. klruu). Stop race and! shoo c one just right fortieth home. Bctt of all, they're niT Aid Get I. ..''I.'BRADfORD' SQUARE FLORISTJDESIGNS "

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Mits Brenda Sapp Spring Teen TELEGRAPH Page. s
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.. Shower Honoree Held Sunday Night At

i. ':-V. ,Win*Brenda. Presbyterian Church ATTEND CONVENTION FLORIST r1WATER .:k
rlffla. whose .EolVlctor
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; event of Jane 16> FACTS AND FANCIES
i t chen and unevtaiawerThuradayMay United Methodist Women entertained Larry Williams and Joyce Saunders j jIt
24,given by Mrs.Wayne Blankenahlp. ,CkifiILiC at the annual spring teen banquetfor attended toconvention _Florida Matt, SHUT OFF THE WATER!
t Miss Pam Underhill and Mrs the youth of the First United attenter HoIIdIty Inn (!OI\.SS water flxtura ,
a pipe or
; Richard A. Underhill! at the home of Methodist Church and the youth of the in Tampa Saturday to Tue.day. your horn cpring a major f'
-- the latter First Presbyterian In Church on Sunday The wedding theme was used. leak, will you know how to
evening the
Two games were played and prim Presbyterian hut off the water?
were awarded. Fellowship Hall.Arrangements. Henry Thomson of Tallahassee,
:Corsages were to the of spring; Dowers wa*.: Wednesday overnight guest of his :
prevented were used to highlight points of In- mother Mrs. W.". Thomson.
honoree her Henry 't
r mother Mra. John B. .
,.Sapp and Mrs. Woodrow, Crlffls, terest In the hall and on the tables for ..., .I.. with the FSU circus will be employedat i.
mother of the prospective groom. e+ the occasion. Callaway Gardens Ga. during the
In the living room the gift table was Following the dinner a delightful :. .. summer.
covered with a white linen cloth -- program was presented. A (
Janice Slocmn cheerleader skit was presented by
Centered; with a large yellow and
twhlte umbrella. White doves and ribbons Esau! Brlght.111 Francie Newiand Sue Little Cindy ''1 Lois and Bill Thornburgh of Starke
;: of yellow lace and daisies were Rowell, Denise Adams Carolyn Collier celebrated their silver wedding anniversary I
;-rplaced: on each point. Janice Slocum Eaves Marie Polk and Oleeta Phyllis on Saturday, June 2 with a Moat sink, wash basins and
;-l;::The refreshment table was covered Hardenbrook accompanied by Ada party for a few friends and relatives.Mr. toilets have shutoff valve
Reddish. Phyllis Collier below them that cutoff ,;.
,with ,
a white wedding lace cloth over Esau
Bright, and Mrs. water The hot-water ..
while linen and centered with a tall Presenting a Macho Man pan- Marion Harrington of aU ply.
bridal limb decorated with red and tomlne were Glenn Polk. Gareth Joseph NelsonEngagement : Ormond Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Bill heater alao has a valve to turn '..
Sfrhite ribbons 'wedding rings and ToWedJune 10 Jones, George Harper, Drew Reddish Harrington of Keystone Heights and off hot water to the whole
:.*mall bells.jgftrraneements. Doug. Reddish and BandyNewland Told families and Doug Seymour of hou..... Unfortunately moat
of white gladiolus Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Slocum of } Jacksonville were Sunday dinner of our bathtub and Ihowt'1'Idon't '
and yellow day lillles were usedthroughout Lawtey announce the approaching Randy and Francis: Newland put on guests pf Mr.and Mrs.J. D.Seymour.Mr. have ahutoffa because
the party rooms. marriage of their daughter,Janice to a skit You Needed Me" with Marie Mr and Mrs. Harry R. Collier an- the plumbing. la usually be
M / mong the invited guests were the&r1ndmothers. Esau C. Bright.IH, son of Esau Polk singing\ the lyrics and Francie. nounce the engagement of their hind the wall.
Mrs. W. J. Dodd and Bright,Jr. of Lawtey and Ms.Marlon Oleeta and Sue Little sang the hit song daughter, Phyllis,Denise, to Joseph Th. American Water Works
Mrs. Carl Sapp. Bright of Quincy. "Fire"accompanied by Mrs.Reddish Sanford Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson Mrs. Auoclation urge you to
The hostesses presented the The wedding will be held June 10 at at the piano.Approximately. G. S. Nelson of Jacksonville. Mary Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. check around and Identify all
the shutoff
honoree with a silver cake cover and 6 p.m at St. John Baptist Church. 70 young people en- Miss Collier Is a 1978 graduate of Lawson. Marvin and Henry Lawson houae. valves In your
the Bradford High School where she wasa Then see If they
Joyed evening.
crystal glass plate. attended the funeral of a brother-in-
Friends and relatives are Invited. member of the BHS band, chorus law Bud Duke in work.
and Bradford Pop Ensemble She is Moat important locate the
Ruby Easterling CassieRiddickHonored presently employed at McDonald's In main shutoff valve. This one ;
Starke cut. off water to the whole
Tamera Etheridge Mr. Mrs. L. N. Pickering was in Tampaover houae. It's usually located
attended Cocoa Beach j
Given Farewell at Two High School and served two years in Michael the weekend visiting her lon,Dr. where the water pipe comet
Luncheon HonoreeMiss the S.Army. He la now attending Pickering. Into the hoiue. If you don't
Swim Party May 29 Parties Recently Vo-Tech School in Starke. Mrs. Bob Patterson Is in have one, or If it donn't
Tamara Etheridge. June 16 A August 4 wedding will be held In Florida North work, uk a plumber to correct I
bride-elect was honored at a Miss Cassie Reddick brtde-elect of the First Assembly of God. days for Regional observation Hospital and for several the situation.!
Diane Snow, Loretta Ross and bridesmaid's luncheon Tuesday, May June 16. was honored with a treatment.
Diane Hughes of Diane's Beauty Shop 29, given by Mrs. Leon Odom, Mrs miscellaneous shower Thursday nightof
held a farewell picnic Tuesday of last Wayne David. Mrs. Larry Mosely last week at the home of Mrs Joan ;W'lJo.J(.,,,, ,
week at Crescent Beach for Ruby and Mrs. Charles Schmitt at the home Chitty on Searing street. IITASUSHID 1101Fine i+
of the latter. Hostesses for the occasion were her
Easterling also member
a of the
shop, who is leaving Friday with her The bridesmaid's table was Sunday school department teachers. Mr.and Mrs.James Cash and fami .
husband Roger and son, Jimmy for covered with a red cloth and centered Mrs Arthur Pratt, Mrs. Jerry ly of Orlando were weekend guests of
Winchester, Va. where they will make with a compote filled with strawberry Lawson, Mrs. Bobby Taylor and Mrs her parents Sen. and Mrs. Charley
their home. plants surrounded with greenery and Chitty.Invited. Johns. Quality Bedding at
Also enjoying the occasion with the strawberries. Place cards of to attend were members of
girls were Sherry Crawford and Bar- miniature bridesmaids marked the the honoree's Sunday school class. Bruce A. Tucker graduated from
seating arrangement. Mercer prices you can afford.
bara Bridges. University Southern School of
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Strawberry plants were placed at Pharmacy in Macon,Georgia on June
points of Interest In the dining room. 3, 1979. While/attending the university .r $ney RsK $,SCOuvI
The Bill Floyds The gift table was centered with a Miss Riddick was honored at a linen he was a member of The Student -
bride doll surrounded by a garland of. shower Wednesday May 30, in the American Pharmaceutical Associa $9995w. I
Honored June 2 strawberriesThe BBS band room given after school by tion and the Phi Delta Chi professional .
attendants the honoree the band girls. Ii
fraternity which he served on ""
at lingerie for her trousseau and the After Miss Riddick opened her the executive committee. Bruce M O1 rt.. $ f 99s Ii
Super PartyThe hostesses presented her with a cor- gifts, refreshments were served. graduated from Bradford Hi School ,.. i
sage of miniature strawberrie and in 1974 and received his AA degree V '
First Baptist Church adult lingerie. from the University of South Florida /rtIfd1 ,
choir held a covered dish supper at Mrs. Kenneth Etheridge, mother of in 1976. Bruce Is the son of Mr and 1ty9w lts9waa.
the home of Mrs.Joan Chitty on Sear- the bride-elect, Mrs. Lloyd Mosely, Sonatina Music Club Mrs. Neil L Tucker i
ing street last Saturday night. mother of the prospective groom and Presents RecitalAt ,pN .
.r solo ri
M M.
I The occasion was in honor of their the grandmothers were Dedan Baptist
Minister of Music and his wife Mr. corsages of miniature strawberries.The presented. Members of the Sonatina Music Martel Johns of Jacksonville spent ? r s1/9p s27wsa i
I and Mrs. Bill Floyd. Mr. Floyd four attendants were Beth Ann Club and Mrs. Nell Mann, counselor, Sunday with her grandparents, Mr. ,
I j graduated from the New Orleans Starner, Lynn Davis Lorissa Mosely presented a piano recital Sunday and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. at NA
Seminary this past month, and he and and Teressa Bassett. May 20, at Dedan Baptist Church. Kingsley Lake. nyun .j
wife have moved Into Students l's .jj
just recently partlscipating were o s2aVp
their hew home on SR-16. Stephanie Redding Audrey Pierce Mrs. Elizabeth Walker of Anna, 111., !! "4\
I' Following the supper, the choir Mrs. W. Bobby Contois, Kim Carroll, Kevin is visiting Mr.and Mrs.L.C. Early for / ? y 1 WNIeH rNMn "'
presented Mr. Floyd with a piece of McCarthy Starling Randy Starling,and Tammy several days. 1
j American Tourister luggage, and Mann a student of Mrs.J.C. Ramsey. .
Mrs. Floyd with a hanging plant for Shower Honoree Kevin Starling and Mrs. Mann con- Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Brown and *, 7r \
I I their new home; "P e, .* M 011 I "runninH HI .***/ r<7T"t .,. ., cluded the presentation with a piano family,of Bessent Road have movedto lyi lyiw.

'_--AUo enjoying the occasion with'thej.: : ,- birdWayptMcCpcthv! \ +;:11'rpceat; duet .ioe, Wells. }property. :Kingsley.y .wW aj1
:, r( choir members were Rev:and Mrs. bride';W8s honored' 'at a bridal. l shower7May Awards were presented Jo,.Kevin' ,, La .... .: f r. 40 1t' s239p 1234 a 11 t;
Ben Bryant. Rev. and Mrs. Travis 7, given by Mrs. Dorothy Van Starling and Audrey Pierce for their
Kimbril and the husbands and wives Pelt, Mrs. Kathryn Luke Mrs. faithfulness in attending all their Mrs Richard Green of Fairfieldand '.
of the choir members. Darlene Hardy Miss Nancy Lee. lessons. Bobby Contois was chosen Mrs. Terry Chisholm of Silver
Mrs. Linda Norman and Mrs. Faye the most progressive student of the y Springs were last Thursday dinner
King. ear and received an award. guests of Mrs. Lila Caldwell and Mrs. 'lla R.a A arA,

Marie Green, Games with prizes and Refreshments were served. Approximately Lila Rae Yawn. .. OUA"'H'.I r nosNI

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Ted Gorunka guests during the hours 7:30 ---- t
and 9 p.m. party : for a week before returning to FSU : .--......._.. _. 'A r .w M .Ir .y
Wedding June 10 The hostesses presented the Wilson ReunionThe for the summer session. t
honoree with a 50 piece stainless steel

Marie Green and Ted Golunka will set as a memento of the occasion. William and the Louise Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Glen Davis of
be united in marriage Sunday; June Thomas family reunion will be held at Jacksonville were Sunday and Monday -
10. at 4 p.m. in St. Edward's Catholic DUPLICATE BRIDGE Beulah Baptist Church in Clay Countyon guests of Mr.and Mrs. II. L. Hut-
Church with a reception following in CLUB RESULTSMrs. Road 21. Father's Day, Sunday. son. ( 0.N.f'1
the church Recreation Hall. J.W. Griffin and Mrs. W.H. June 171979. 128 S. Walnut St. 'I
All friends and relatives Invitedto All connections and friendsare
are Thomson were the winning couple at !! 7/ow
attend. Duplicate Bridge Tuesday night. Tie- Invited.
aeSSP ing for second were Marie Dent and The program for the day will beginat r-1LIJJJULiiiI -_ 1I t
rr.-P'a. with services
Pauline Wise and Lora Francis and 11 a.m. worship .

the Dr.retirement and Mrs. 11.11.ceremony Adams and attended recep- Shaw Rhea and Johnson Mrs.;S.W.third Hamilton were! Mrs. F.J. followed 12:43: to by 2:30 a: covered p.m.BIRTHS. dish luncheoonat POUR ON THE I 1 I

tion for Commander David Eppling at \
)Fleet Training Center at Mayport last THIS :

Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Harrington of '

Roger A. Kelly received his Doctorof Ormond Beach Mr. and Mrs. Bill SUMMER!] r =
Jurisprudence degree at the May 27 Harrington of Keystone Heights and t
graduation exercises at Cumberland Doug Seymour of Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Edwards of :
School of Law. Samford University. Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Lake Geneva announce the birth of a
Birmingham Ala. J.D. Seymour. son Curtis Gavin, born May 19 in I
Pureal Medical Center In Orange ':' ;
Park. He joins a brother Tim, Age 3.
Grandparents are Tommy F. Ed-
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We COULD Use Ole Sol! .' ,

1111 Wlmwood Blvd.
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Every day the hot sun of Florida blazes Minutes" segment opened. That;: water Tallahassee. Fla. 1ZM1 1 sl.. ,

down and cooks our brain. So many times we heating system was Installed in the 1930's and i; 5

have fervently cursed ole Sol as persperation Is still working perfectly.A May 29,1I7Honorable n

trickled down our collar? A
new city hall in a northern state was Dolph Reddish Idi'
Sheriff. Bradford County
Little have we realized how we could put shown, looking very much like the new Starke Drawer "G" .
that great hot sun to work for us. Rising elec- city hall with a low brick silhouette. Dif- Starke. Florida 32MI
tricity bills at the end of each month should ference is the up-country building was
cause those rusty wheels to begin to turn in our massively insulated. Heat last winter from Dear Sheriff Reddish

minds. Thick-headed we may be, but every the bodies of city hall employees, electric Just a word to say thanks for the excellent .
Ii once in a while something comes along to jog lights, and such things as a coffee maker cooperation with the staff at
our par-boiled gray matter. maintained an inside temperature of 68 Florida State Prison In making t "r.
i degrees-F. When the temperature outside preparations and carrying out security 4 J'I4S

; Such an occurence was the well watched sunk to 14 degrees below zero, the occupantshad May arrangements 18 through 2$during. the week of .i .

6 CBS television program "60 Minutes" which to use a small backup heater to keep the 1 -.----- ....
,; aired on Channel 4 Sunday night. The first of building warm. Cost of running the backup Your ability lo coordinate law enforcement
: the three segments dealt with the future of system$1.43.. In the manner In which you Fonzo'a.
did and to exercise those responsibilities -
I solar energy. In n low profile brought
We must find alternative means of heating oa..dlalraul... Garden Flourishes
Central theme of the segment narrated by water and to heat and cool our homes. Thereis
Harry Reasoner was that the time to considerthe little doubt that the cost of fuel oil and elec- With the cooperation of John
sun as a source for small, self-contained tricity is going anywhere but up. If we want to Whitehead the staff from the other The Prevatt's garden varieties on Collins of
Place nourishes with
residential systems for utilizing the sun to maintain these creature comforts to which counties, and Involved which in Captain which you Love coordinated and p peas, beans, okra tomatoes, egg
heat water and even heat the home is now. we've grown so accustomed, we'd better look his troops with the Highway Patrol. I 'i plant and cucumbers. The Rev Fon-
to sources of energy that come more cheaply do not believe that any Stale In the zo Prevatt credits his wife, Nettle,
Today...The technology is here and has been than oil. Nation could have carried out the with a lot of the work that has gone In-
responsibilities under the circumstances to this year's garden. Prevatt says
for said two building contractors
years one a
his -
as well as was done In emphysema limits physical
Washington, D.C. builder of solar energy On another program Sunday the chairmanof Florida during that week. However, the 4.by50loolenced(
homes, the other a California apartment the board of a large oil company and of the p.4, 't ,a in garden will provide fresh
i house developer who uses solar energy to heat American Petroleum Institute said we can expect Again on behalf of Governor Graham vegetables for the couple and friends.
I and cool his units. gasoline to climb to $1.50 per gallon and this entire Department we express '.r Besides plenty of fertilizer and soak pest
our sincere thanks. control. Prevat says a thorough
before oil companies can afford to do the exploration ing each week from each week from
The message was that it costs no more to In- necessary to appreciably incraseethe Sincerely, his oscilating sprinkler keeps things
stall solar energy systems than conventional production of oil in the U.S. OPEC is expected /s/LOUIE L. WAINWRIGIIT .onzo Prevail growing.

heating in a present day house. Both contrac- to meet again next month to again SecretaryCounty
tors contradicted the "standard" theory that raise prices.

solar energy system are too expensive and
that it will be years before technology can be Sickening, isn't it? There is an oil crisis, at Commission Stews Over Lost Signs ,

adapted to make small, self-contained solar least in so far as the public is concerned. It

energy systems practical. matters not whether there is plenty of oil in the Destruction of highway signs remained percent was being used as a guide for Brown pointed out that the county
world. It's how we're being dealt with that a top topic at the monthly department heads for average raises. was presently holding a $56,000 tax
Building a solar enge ized home adds virtually should concern us, now. We re getting rippedoff meeting of the Bradford County Commission In other business, the commission contribution designated to the
nothing to the cost if you start out with a royally, no matter what the reason.If During Monday.April, the commission was ty Hospital a request Board from attorney Bradford Richard Coun hospital which required only a
voucher from the hospital for
I solar energy system in mind, said the D.C. told that about $1,000 worth of signs Welly that the hosital be allowed to ment. No formal request was heard pay
builder, a north Carolina man who got the idea the sun doesn't cook our brains first, we were destroyed or stolen. dispose of an old rescue unit and from the hospital board regarding,
for his solar energy system after watching may some day come to the realization that the The report Monday for May's van transport van to help purchase a new more funds.

steam rise off a hot barn roof struck by rain sun can help us in more ways than we've been signs dalism were indicated ruined.that $540 worth of rescue unit In other discussion, County Attorney -

drops. That jogged his gray matter and now allowing it to. Prompted by that information, the The commission will study the Dudley Hardy reported the
that builder has his solar energy system five county commissioners decided to federal regulations concerning the bond validation hearing to determine
patented and is building houses using the At least two local residents we know of, post a 1100 reward for the conviction disposal of a vehicle purchased with financing for road improvements has
sytsem. Julian McRae of Theressa and Maurice Ed- of anyone caught destroying highway matching funds. The commissioners been postponed until June 24.
signs. They were especially concerned said they had no objection to selling
wards, Sr. who lives on SR-100 south next to by the removal of critical traffic the units to get a newer one. The county commissioners also
Both the Washington, D.C. builder and the WPXE radio station, have installed solar Information such as stop signs and There was also a brief discussion viewed a slide presentation concern-
California apartment house developer said water heaters. You can easily see the solar danger ahead signs. Each of the commissioners about a rumored request from the ing the national FFA convention at.
they have written the Federal government panels on the roof of the Edwards home from will contribute $20 toward hospital board to ask for additional tended by Michael Andrews Andrews
literally hundreds of letters telling the JR-100. Talk to these two residents. Find out the reward. funds from the county to support the thanked the commission for theiran-
There was no formal discussion of hospital. The hospital board said the nual $300 contribution for the Inn to'I I
Washington, D.C. bureaucrats that the if the units are saving them money. the upcoming budget, but Clerk Gib rescue service was costing the Ihe Kansas City meeting: '(W', 'fl
techology for small solar heating and cooling r r>* Brown, said request. from 'depart 'hospital money which Should be going Tammy Baldree of the 4-H
units is here now, and is amazingly simple. There is a solar energy system manufacturing ment heads were due in June. into needed maintenance the facility organization also thanked the county

Nobody is the Washington, D.C. based govern- company, the U.S. Solar Engergy Corporation Brown said a pay increase of 6.7 for helping that group I I'It

ment has even been to see the solar heated on SR-325 south of Hampton, another

and cooled apartment houses in California, place to investigate.If *f1A
buy nine foreign governments have, the w Car Found {

developer said. we get hot enough under the collar the
next time we're paying an electric bill, maybeit ( d4i& A Gainesville youth charged with [

'. A Coral Cables, Florida home with a small will move us to start asking questions about County stealing Sheriffs an automobile, led Paul Bradford Stegal l
; solar panel on the roof was shown as the "60 what the sun can do for us. and Gainesville Police Department r I
Dective T.M. Greene to an abandoned I
> automobile in a field about a mile I
i'i'i west of Starke on SR-16 Friday. May '!
i 25. :
I ; Those Darn Street Signs. { Charles Winsor Patterson, 18, !I
/ ,. Gainesville was arrested for grand i
I theft of an outo about 2 p.m that day.

It's a contest of who can be more stubborn. He knows the county but is thrown by the new f ;" >' the and vehic.e accompanied officers to recover,
short while later
street addresses.The '. ., ,
.' The 1976 Oldsmobile
: :. car. Omega
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Stubbornly determined, the Bradford Coun- was taken from a service station.on
ty Commission is now offering a reward for commission could help things by puttingthe May 15. 1979.Patterson .
street sign vandals. They reason the programis name of the road on a street sign, as wellas was booked into the
good and reasonable- folks who didn't the address by street and number. But the L" -1: Alachua County Adult Detention ;
Center for theft,
grand arito. ,
grow come up a-calling.here can find their friends when they commission so far has refused to do that. M d 1 4.{ ;;1U \}

One of the mystifying parts of the new sign r.: ,
That no doubt, is a genuinely fine idea. system is that you can travel along one avenueor ';.; r

street, and suddenly it ends. The traveler is ...... .. I A Gainesville detective and Bradford 'r rff'puly
However others amongst us seem to then left with the task of finding where his : :)'i\.\' '.. r Paul Slexall. examine a Molen [
i. car just off SR Il. of
earl Mark Theman
disagree with the plan for some reason. Some road continues, and sometimes that is offset I'r charged with stealing Ihe car led '
folks know how to get there from here and from where it was. 1.; ..JIll"..# them lo the scene 'I i

don't want the signs hanging around confusing ,, .iii.j.,, ,Ii..''l I!: 1 1Klnmntls !
the direction giving. Apparently, it's a case of who can be stubborn
the longestthe county commission or the :'
Before we leave the wrong impression, hear residents who dislike being a street number.If ..

this: Bradford Middle School Students for .j.
Dress School
they wanted to, residents could probablyput Up ,
We don't condone anyone removing STOP a stop to the culprits who take own the

signs or Dead End signs or other signs essen- signs about as fast as the county can put them In Outfits'Worn' Doctors
tial to traffic safety.On up. It's pretty plain now that if the county by Lawyers, Sheriffs, and TeachersBnilneit

wants to force the street signs on the tax- --. _________"_
the other hand, perhaps the com- payers, it ha, its work cut out 3 L j-L'V:
mishioners would do Lia
well to offering a rewardfor -- ---
good Samaritans who guide lost souls backto The county has some federal money for the

civilization when they get lost trying to sign shop and it is determined to make the

follow the directions on the new signs. system work. Seemingly, the more sensible
course would be for the county to stop puttingup

Even if you know the county roads by their signs which are promptly being torn down. _

common names you still can't find an addressif Wouldn't it be more prudent stop putting up ,-I-r
all you have is the street address according the signs for.awhile? yr
to the new sign system.

There ought to be some sensible. solution to
For example, a United Parcel Service the stubborn problem:
drover told us about his problem of trying to
figure out which road a certain address is on. Ah but who wants to be sensible?

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SINCE. ,.? fc3/7oy Pr011aksn. stndenls In Audrey I'rs' .business class at lawyer, Gloria Roberts mechanic"
Bradford Middle School dressed \m\ various uniforms they Dais mechanic.- ; Randy
: Published each Thursday and "'.'"as second might wear If they neat to work .In the professions in doctor! Carter deputy; Joy Nugent.
Matter at MM hit OHtc at Stork,fl*. xid. Act.! f' Tommy Thompson; farmeri Phyllis HrlghO
which they nave an Interest. Pictured
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.,. students dressed la their on-the-job. .,,11....... From left ; office:
Subscript rate In Made ar*.>If Per V ar*$S Six Months ; %I-I."> Randalls. Army. Raymond "Workman national
Phone/N'f7/1 OvtsM*tratf*artat Sin per Year u.Jf Six Monttu. Tammy Richards. legal secretary Cindy Thnmasv. ,8"'aa4 Felecla Cooper secretary 7fII'
: Starfct, doctor
Floridase.se..a medical Kim Brawn dental technician; Michelle

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HCA Students Win In State Competition 55 MPH Speed Wav of Life .T. 1m TBUCCKAPH Pallet

.. '" ........ ..J LEGALS r. .....
.-.Liampton AG and dI lAnce it IB. lower than the toro f ,
Q' Exceeding the 56 milwi How
., I ts to tbb. State '.,I.;' .. mtook ..speed-limit continues to Nf per a toy of >>revioui months, 55 0 percent'., L.....: TCfeAII, CMtMM. ,..-
I C MN atei' ". e tddt w 0 (tor flttMy :torti say tt* rivers were exceeding thevUtfttUelJ !'i ( ]r .. |V0FVv and. Ofn0? HI*
..,.it 1.21 anti canto ek with two. ..... f j r hour limit" Direct\, loq4 : Z 1...G ... trtd ...,.....*.
second leunmaryoBpi1. Eldrigfl Patrol :
places two third place, and A kchicked Beach
one fourth place finisher Renee will travel to loana ia June to at different toartto ftfantj*hmit You do not need r11daF C9a|HiIJ| Mil 1I..iit. ii Y pa You and each of You
Usa Carter took second place in the the National ACE High School Convention Florida during the flw three montha people are speeding; Just tlrIYe'y0Wcar blow from R1A to Cowl or. hereby and 'herwdthgiven "
'I r1'1t 51>-yard dash while Renee Mutt entering her rag dolt in craft of JI'1t alMwljVavtirospaedtobeSKMniUw at 55 mph on moat Interstate Special Use '/ male Westof By: Marlin McfIae. As notice in oscor.
.; :I. took second In the craft show with a chow competition again. 8he say abe Mr ...... highways and watch the can and. Stark off the left of Deputy Clerk. dance with Florida'
I 'rag' doll spent an average of two noun a week "While this looks good: especiallyriOPEI.lES.IIC. trucks pass you," said Beach. Edward loop two ((2)) Statutes that the Board
..:.; : Jay Smith ran a i 5 Jl! mile for tturB from test November to April making In 61'4ttIho 6/28 of County Commls.stoners .
:::- '','': Place in doJl. ... : egalsN011CE. ..... \ 1 -
'J.: .. that Ix *is track event Don- the I' '. e., ,.,'it.t""m' LL ;1 r. JfNOTICI County. Florida.of Bradford have

", '. /$ .rilp 7 South Rang ling Board to conduct a South. Rape 22 East to designated' th!* Bradford
'9V last et4lYp1 parceT publlet'-heorlrig tat a' nav* green how..log'I' ', i I" J; I County Zoning and Plan'nHtQ -

KEYSTONE 4646, **>e.1I Prays 'S Pdtwi) tlne-It.14.0f 4jamm erdgl|l use. .TM. r :. ; ,I' I .WtM v'.. OMl.ivC* .

DEVELOPERS OF BRADFORD "I, 7:30: p'''''' inth.cauntf: i I 1Al'IJIE I. subj fi44, ,.\e' nt.' i G4SPJ''has. ..mtonE: p,,Mc "..;1... tit or
INC. ho mode Commllsloner meeting public: towing tie'h.ld GA / p ...,., meeting held at
4 .I application to th.Bred-. This SPECIAL USE I I. .. room Bradford County on Tuesday Juno application to tho Bradford 7:30 p.m 'In the County
err of'x ford County Zoning: : 4ubct)| to,0 public hear- ....Florida,. on Tuesday.; 2.t. 979 ot 7:30: p.m.. In County Zoning Commission meeting
,;J1I Board for reclassification; 'Wg\ 'to be hld on Tunday1 Jun* 24, '1979. and mok. I County Commission( Board far'SPCCIAl USE of room. Bradford County

.. If" : :: of the property described June 26. 1979 ot : ,o recommendation to thi, Jloom In tb* Bradford At the property,;d.cflbd i Courthws*, SIO'...,
County Courthouse
below from PtA to 7-30: p.m., In'th. County Board of County Cornml ,- thl..timer all ., ':litterestedshall blow from. BjlA), fo Flarldd.. kn, Tuesday
.. r P.U.O. located mile Commission; Room In the I j' I lonr ;lnd the pr on / SPECIAL} USE Two ((2)) June ?6. 1979. and make
; I t', i\'i Southwest of Keystone: Bradford County Cour. 'Board. \will consider, on for be the hoard ''acr.i f located |ust but- o Mniommertdotton to th*
I .11 l' \ d Height' and East of Iho..... At this, time all 'Monday, July 3.1979 athe posal.. ,or as against specified In pro-tho side dry limits Wet of Bottrd of County Cammlloner .
: : ; Keystone Golf Course, person Interested shall (.. am*cold place at 10 Zoning Cad. of Bradford Stark on the rlghl of and the
: 'f'I' 15.3 acres In Section 24, be heard for or against a,.m. on Ordinance (County:; Hwy. 100 In Section 29. Board wilt consider on
Township South, Range (he proposal. a* relating to: J.romqdohns. Chairman Township 6 South Rango Monday. July 2, 1979 at
:" 22 East.out of parcel 5819 specified In the Zoning I I I' The rezonlng of Bradford County 22 East, portals Ih.same aid place at 10
fl'E.t FREE for a PLANNED UNIT Cod: of Bradford CounJerom the following described Zoning BoorM. 1 1tpd 6 V7IN 3969.00200 and 300 for a a. "'. on Ordinance

... DEVELOPMENT providing i property end mending ....:.' church: and.. privet.I .' relating to: 1
Have residential units, r, Jit. the Comprehensive. land of"E'CI tulT t I ,.tchoal. t.. ,' ; :The reionlng of
your car recreational( facilities, Chairman Use Plan to provide that COURT I '11 ( .\ tho following described
Bradford 'County Zoning OF BRADFORD COUNTY. Thl request for
open arias and on. I lands currently toned OR property and amending
sole. oHIce. Board and designated by the FLORIDA special use I I. subject| to a Ih* Comprehensive' land
electronically 'J' Itpd 6/7 j plan a* Rural Resident > public hearing to be held Us* Plan to provide that
tK This change In asistt tlol, b* rezoned to BP. CIVIL ACTION NO. on' Tuesday, June 26, land currently caned EA
classification Is subject| ,. and designated' Commercial 79-255 1979 at 7:30: p.m.. In (ha and designated by the

diagnosed. to a public hearing to b* NOTICE OF tho property .of County Commission plan as Agriculture. be
s held on Tuesday Jun. APPLICATION JOHN M. HENDRY. In '. the Marrlog. of EDWIN Room In tho Bradford retoned lo BA anddesignated
f 36 1979 at 7:30: p.m.. In FORREZONINGANO described a* followsi KENNETH CAULEV. County Courthouse. At Commercial,
, : \\tt free FREE the County Commission AMENDMENTOF > located 1/2 mile Northwest Husband and VIVIAN thl..tlm. all person. Interested the property of ALBERT
Room In th* Bradford THE LAND of Hwy. 100 on WIllENE STRICKLAND hall be heard f, YOUNG described a*
'.. County Courthou ,At USE PLAN the West >id* of St. Rd. CAULEY wileNOTICE for or again the pro- follow: located 500 ft.
, "' Want to find out what shape your car is in? this time all persons Interested 235, 30.000 sq. ft. of peal as specified In the North of Rd. :233 on left
I shall be heard An ORDINANCE parcel' 0067.00100 In Sec- OF ACTIONTO Zoning Cod of Bradford. of Hwy. 301 North of
. You can have it electronically diagnosed for or against the pro,.,, amending'. th* Comprehensive tlon 1. Township 6 South Mr*. Vivian Widen County .. '**W if Stork. In Section 3
I "' free by Fram/Autolite experts. With the posol a* specified In the land Use Rang 20 East for on Strickland Couley j < .' .. ,;' >, Township 6 South Rang.
1 Autolite Technical Service Van Zoning Coda of Bradford Plan Element and Map by upholstery hop. Address Unknown Jerome John, Chairman, ., 33 East out of parcel
they'll use County. Bradford' County You are further Bradford County Zoning .
t .',, the latest diagnostic equipment to check Florida In accordance given NOTICE that a copy YOU ARE NOTIFIED Board 1963.You ore further

out your electrical and combustion systems. Jerome Johns, Chairman with the local Government of cold proposed OR. that an action for Itchg 6/7 given NOTICE that copy
I :oi Bradford' County Zoning Comprehensive DINANCE I _lIobl. for dissolution of marriage of said proposed OR.
i 1" No repairs made Board Planning Act 'o'j,1975 as your Inspection ot the of. has boon filed and you DINANCE Is available for .
tpd 6/7 provided for In(Chapter: lice of the Director .of or. roqulrod to serve a NOTICE OF your Inspection at the of-"
163 of thflorldaStatutes Zoning and Planning copy of yOu written APPLICATION'OR lice of the Director of
x Bradford County Cour- dofono. "If any to It on REZONING AND Zoning and Planning. 'r
Autoliterij .. essees.e.. mouse, Sta..., Florida potltlonor' attorney AMENDMENT OF THE Bradford County Courthouse 'I
TOAll: Citizen' Taxpayer Each and every Peron whose nom and ,pd LAND USE PLAN Stork.. Florida.
and ,Dottier Interested ( having any Interest dr.,. I I. J. J. WOLBERT Each and every Person -
NOTICE Person. whatever In' the enactment JR.. P. O. Bon 1086, An ORDINANCE having any Interest
'fl : : &"yz of this proposed Stork, Fla. 32091 on or amending the Comprhnslv whatever 'In the enactment 7
THOMAS JOE J. FIELDS ha You and each of You ORDINANCE should appear before' July $2. 1979. and land Use of this proposed
al AUTO PARTS made application to the are hereby and herewith and be hoard at the .file the original with the- Plan Element and Map by ORDINANCE should appear .
Bradford County Zoning given notice In accordance time and place prescrib clerk of this court olthr Bradford County and b* heard at the
,} 430 S. Temple Ave. 964-5611 Board for special us. with Florida ed. before' service on petl- Florida. In accordancewith lima and place prescrib
r property described Statutes that the Board tlonr' attorney or Immediately Ih. local Govern. ed.. ,"
10 A.M. below from OR to Special of County Commissioners BOARD OF BRADFORD thereafter; m.nj Comprehensive BOARD OF BRADFORD
June 15th Friday 2 P.M.No
Use: 20.000 sq. ft. of Bradford' COUNTY COMMIS. otherwise a |judgment Planning Act of 1975 o* COUNTY COMMIS. '
Repairs Made located on. mil.'South County Florida hav. SIONERS will be entered 'for the provided for In Chapter SIONERS
t, of Starko on left of Hwy. designated th* Bradford By: G. S. Brown Clerk relief demanded In the 163 of the Florida By G. S. Brown. Clerk
100 In Section 3, County Zoning and Plan. 1tpd6/7 petition.t Statut*. Itpd6/7

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i t..., II ",,', .. (.'J't.. t..':'f.,', ; u,. ttyill1YLR., R' J'FLORILAlt r Three bedr'ooi id3 '24uI'! bathi, 'fronttl-( :"' ,,t'E.itkoialr.
t ."t.23055o*tpi..e1s k rlAttty ,r+Hfpst naw dsJ Rwrl'rl o ot+HaNpolikliidi( ; a1f j.W'V: b blf.dd it i6"dv.'hd"+ia dniy .
I :. St.k.Fld.Phon.9U . S9.995. VA and bank financing available. "
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Phone ....7700
99) N. Tempi Av.nu. Phon 964-5600
Office open Monday thru Buying .Selling or Trading.' ." Olln's Mobil Homes, dealer
Saturday by appointment 9.5 p m. Sundays .. . Open Sat. (un.II .

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NEW LISTINGS t Bedroom, two bath
*, larg. and roomy, o t
'' I Klngsley Lake 90 ft. on II ".' lot 16000.

) water conv.rt Brick to single DupleK-E-Z to Call your real estate agent.....They Know/What's'Going' On WANT A FEW ACRES In \

,. I 504 E. Adkin 4 BR 2 country, with 4 bedroom.
bath Irom.-doubl.garage.fireplace ,\ 2 bath. $35.200.

storage house .
patio. TEN ACRES 10 pet. down: eruliUC/Jar

I 418 N. Church 3 BR I nice orea. ,;
I bath fireplace, (inglegarage. !, y
FAULKNER 40 ACRES $800 per acre, -.t
.t with good stand timber. on ;
1..19 N. Water > BR 1
county maintained road.Evenlngsi PHONE 964-7776
bath from. cheap. cimiATIRWIILICAR
I Two beautiful let cbr Eli Wtd & ", Pleas' call 205 N. Tempi 81...... Florida
n., Adkins A Water Vernle P. Odom BrokenCRI
; I n, Two b_uttfulots REALTOR. Reg Real. Estate Broker | Phone '*..5476
Church Sts 21.SIIOWCASE \;" 'Peed: Andrews ....773..
I I Two Story Brick Colonial 301 North. Trail Motel Lawtey ;I. G. Doll .*..7191 SPECIALONLY
Country Club 4 BR, 3 bath 964-5065 I"" 1OOPMlilOPMLAWTEY Mary Hamilton 964.6235UHion :
10 Acre up Bayless .Office 782-3931, <, $400.00 DOWN BROOKER AREA 3 It

Highway,, rolling Improv.d Homo 782-3896 IEDROOM 2 BATH CENTRAL HEAT t AIR
2305 N. Temple Starke '
4 BR concrete block with .: HONEYMOON SPECIAL 1 PAYMENT $310.00 .1/3 ACRE TREES PAVED
swimming pool on 1 W ocre FHA I VA FINANCING AVAILABLE"" ft.-. MODEST HOME ;MODEST BR, I bath. Kitchen living DRIVEWAY

lot on>> Morgan Rood "' RESIDENTIAL | 55 Box 1338Keystone '. PRICE Stucco 3'BR. Tiled area garage. Appro!. I Pearson IMAGINE. . . . $24.400.00

., FHA approved, 3BR 2 75' K I W (lot with 2 BR I B frame, $7300.00. good term, Hate both specious !'screened 1/3 OC, St. Clolr St. REALTOR
.! bolh. block In town. .' .U'. 32056 porch carport, OVER .1300iq. 20000. ATTENTION VETERANS NO DOWN PAYMENT
oJ; BR. on. bath block 3BR. I I. from. with nlc."lot,'$9500.00' ". ,; 4734903lOVIlV ft. $25,500.a S-.Wi.. 1."" n:,'. ....ntUU" MEW HOME ORANGE t LEGION TERRACE 3
Christian Stre... large lot. *7" S .' :: (' SMALL ACREAGE .. 7N2-3It0e IEDROOM 2 BATH CENTRAL HEAT '/' ACRE,
"6 acres 4B9-Hampton- wNh acns.>. : "..t:4'f: : *, NEW MODEL CHARMING 'j....SOLD 1.15 Ac. with weil'/,000. CARPORT PAVED DRIVEWAY.
Paved road. 3Br. IB 3 .( ..... HOMI in Keyslon. Hit. HOMESTEAD with llrepk.ceon SOLD 1 acre lots for homes or INCREDIBLE . . . . $27,500.00SOME
'26"" acre waterfront- .,. Only 39900. Excellent 8.2 acres. 6 H room*, 1.16 Ac $...800. mobile home. $3.995. I
,.. War//
3BR with 4 ac Hwy 16 Reduced 12.000.I .
Grandin.T.rm.. buy Act before price In. bath screened porch. 2.31 Ac, Front. 223 W. : :

'2 to 10 acres-Several 3BR. I /e tjrek. nice on* ocr. lot ,with creases.Ives Storage Bldg. Highway 335 110.500. 4 to 26 acres In lowtey.
location.-T.rm., I bot5'CCr. .. C-Z W, $65.000.t: .' 2.33 Ac. with well $'.300, $3,000 per acre terms. .
largook '
11.5 acre. I 5BR Cape Psrlty Tool r SOLD OF OUR PREFERRED PROPERTIES

Cod. FARMS I ACREAGENice Phon.475.1310GriMy STAIKI V 3.35 Ac.with well. $ ,300. 30 Acres pine well.and WE'RE PEOPLE TOUCH WITH PEOPLE IKlna.l.y j
Building lot.-In town B LOOK WHAT: wi 2.3SAc$1,700. septic 40000.
6 acre* with :3 SR. I B from.. ;
Like Rembllis' old house let0' .127Interne
t FOUNDIII) Horn* with I Incom 3.05 Ac. Front 225 W.
outs 3 acres with well Hampton area 36.35 .. 134O1 US 301
11216mobil.. horn on .. Over 1800llq.ftCB. $14.300. ocr producing property I large horn Medlson I .
3BR Mobil HiffSmtriJtq/ctf/ }Keystone. ara-REDUCED. $56.500 term. 1 smell hem Park Place toned Commercial $22,500.
waterfront lot. 3 .BR 2 bath Fireplace. 3.68 Ac. with two well <
7 ocrs-$7.50O. Easy Term*. i Brownie Rd. 11% A-4 BR2B CH&A 2 ) \
Motel Trailer Park-one carport, AND Separate *fle' X .43 CB Bldg. $19.800 Hreplaceu .
5 acr.*-5,000. Easy Term. / 10'Acr.* form 3 BR 2 M Doll house-West Adk1n.-t.OOO.Owr.e' .
and ( On over:2 2/3
llclency. SOLD
of th* best In town
;; making money "Lrrr2l. per**. St. Clair Sf, $66,500..M Ac. Front 225 West horn, barn out-bldg. 30 120 acres .:M end ,.111,,' fenced I WATERFRONT fenced I .
> for pecan: tree owner financed $I H.000. I
w, "Now booking Over 200 frontage on Black Creek 2 ocre .with 2 BR. CIEVER COMFbNTALI: All$20,300" OWNER. FINANCED cross.fad $150.000. .UtO..utl.ull building'. lot 1....nf" Rd. y
summer-3BR cottage onKingsley '
41 from hous. ,ROIIITS IU, ESTATE' CONTEMPORARYover. WITH LOW DOWN 2 story colonial apt. house I cottage-Walnut. St. Pur*.
lak* ? 3BR .IB, Con. Ilk hou**> only 2 year old on Sompsonjtak } 1200 ft. 3 BRjCB torn I loG Acre forms, ,..well (optic lere .horn.$2,000- ....... wnr financed ,
"Tired! of looking let us r \ If ,' 1- si* .PAYMENTS. '
.. .9.641828986.N t Elec- 100 3 .tareaH_ of Sterfce-te 1_...
't build a new horn with with playroom off KltcrMn. ;; appro A f1MI :
"Touch you of Class Watch: On. *er. on Crosby. Lok. In restricted oreo. Temple FHA Approved. Nell) Covff. All HOMES SHOWN: BY paean trees divided by Seerlng! 3BR 28 CHIA low "'JI........ 5 ,!

.. lor''our Model Horn..' th"BUrc.lona" 'f' .r.. I $31.000. APPOINTMENT ONLY. paved rood $130.000. ,3.2 Acre, home, trailer hug pens., fish pond, !
,1 COMMERCIAL f. .Starke. fln....... Country living
,J ot th* Cpun Large service (tatlon with remodeled off kes; Equip, Aft.I Fla. Furnished, 2-BR Mobil. $1StOO. Cottage Oft Wetm.r load. turn."'AA.' '' e, .!

'1 try Club! I, eluded, :219' Hwy SOU' .' 'w: f2ir New Lilting ..Ham on 1.acre $13.500, 36 Acre $16M. ecre'- fenced.; .

WI SELL THE EARTH- frontag* on Hwy 301-Servke Station pumps''", and Mobil. Hem 1/2 FOR; YOUR':REAL t STATE' NEEDS .$....000.38* 3B CHIA overslied double. ..r..I Ig. d.... t
EVERYTHING ON IT tank InclucUd. Reduced to $45.000 '!.> on acre '.' 3 'BR from* on'1,6 .CIC .* $36.000 38M IB Pratt 5t.. Pflvety. ,1'.Vii;
AND' Hwy 30r North ISffuSOO! lot with malt con. blk. bldg., tot.Frem. ,. ': .;'IN BA'pFOR paved rood, Terms': 'S13.000.ier: 10094: Cerner Broadway. I !ally '., I
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: tvenlngsiolph I Great Location Heus In c ltV. i i ; /. t $12.800. Neo brick,'blf' country home, flreple, t oc.*."' ,. \
P.fkywsa..ltoree4. Mobil Horn* .....12 acres Included."... mobil.' _..,- reoscnobly.prked.... .t'faig .. :., CALLBLLPOWEtt $28,000-606 W, Mdlon-terg. story fiem*, .._,. ,
.6201 [8' Room for upomlan '" 2-story from. S BR 1 Ba $7.100. Let-H.mpton Oells.-330!..tff ..... .fln.
wy;.. I. Douglas ,' t;# Sr.'t Bar t. 'NMe House. 'on"i ..$75,000 owner licenced.log 1.oatw1$01 N B Morgan Rd. Owner flnaiiced.Iitat .
MOBILE HOMe BUILDING LOTS .- ,' located' In' La". r
oll.r-Sol.- R6AlT0povtd acres : ; en leke Genv..... homes .
I i P .".'''''' '' t-l'/i ocr..Hv/feJ q y>May Dce1ionGoodterms.Hompton' *. .. Butler.\ "' .11 tram horn In good $27,5001erge. rooms. fruit trees, weik..ryw....... 5

DyoI,Air I.t.M lot with well I. septic. $3,495 low down payn Beautiful tweel.du= 'lot ol" eondttloni RKUB' I bo 50 20000. Delvu MH 9BK 38 CHtA tsar. t...... r
'?4 Phen.4 1.1255 -,onto vr orj pecan tre**< 3 rental' Star s MU $27,800 I ...t. Owner finessed "
Y ""'.w.If, ,......1... : Stark Country" Club. A.LJST IE.'i ;: i mobll' | hontasA. 1 ..etrohbokvro.nt Cemmenlal'lots Call St.-ert locotlon-Owiiof, fin.
Phone .44t43 We hove orhor. lots with low down payment ocKy monthly hens:''. in r swesal. .) $'' 1,100. Rensbling. .).... item .plus I acres. '
lowly Gr
".payment*.. ',I., .; Acres Beautlfwt I "\lor.n 64-646424 Hrr on e acres good (neorn* 3 ._**-.*.... et S....-.. ._'or buy. .. .
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; p.ul'11,1w14n.r-Re, .MW. ;., Spocloa outbuilding -*. M4.fiitsirr'ffi aviorHnaFt3545.G0gBroln ; 43 * 'go &1uttia S' s..i M. ....- Realfer ..lJ3M +r-Ovrner. .$2500 4 lot. leuvel. BaptKf Reed.. ."I''l./. .I rBrkh \ 1)J
f twnLgs 9,144172 44' 1 "'I' it irlck Imam.-n'taYrttry-; ,\ ; :" r Turn t 4M 3B five acres *..it of city. > \, b bt

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Pages TELEGRAPII June 7,1178

Summer Program! at Library Kicks Off June 18 I

f "Super Summer 79"will k11f;J to June 25. U grader "Be &perHero" Starke, across the Street from the Free library carets*r#* aH..lt
.I a roaring start June 18 through July and learn first *... P1rtt4ld First United Methodist Church. It Is county resident. Pet...,Jnfe....'/
d 20 for children of aU ages at the Bradford demonstration by a County Health 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Uon phone 0646400.FISIIIN'SHACK. I
County Library. Nurse Connie Clark and a rescue unit Wednesday, Thursday and Friday; 9
\ "Summer is a wonderful ttaM for tour. a.m.to 8 p.m. Monday and 9a.m.to 2p.m.
children because they have pIty of July 234 graders. "Be a Hero to Saturday.
r time on their own to read amj Hjt nand Your Pet." Guest speaker will be a
think and grow," says Librarian veterinarian'assistam.'
Dan Smith. % July t- 34 graders. Films:
r' "The library has books,' records, "Breman Town Musicians: ," and d' .
1 films and programs plus people to "The Lorax."
, : t help them find answers to things. they July 934 grades. SURPRISE) Your On*Slop For All Your riaNna NeedsIf
want to know," Smith says' 'Ucan Super crafts by Joy Norman.
I all add up to a 'Super Summeri\and July 11- PrescnoolnZnd graders. W. Doa't Hue It Too Probably Can't Find It
Puppet show!
that's the theme we've chosen: tot this
summer vacation." .}S' July 1334 graders':' '\ Film:
Films, story telling puppet shows "Amazing Awareness of Duffy WE NOW IIAVE BEER .
Moon." I.
and guest speakers are scheduled.
Programs for 3rd through 8th July if. 34 graders. Film: "The
graders are scheduled for Monday Hobbit. .
and Friday June 18-July 20 at 10 a.m. July Preschool-2nd graders.
Programs for preschool to second Film: "Mime of Marcel Marceau."
grade children are scheduled July EVERYBODY.. "Super
Wednesdays at 10 a.m. June 20-July Summer"Finale! Super person feast Open Open
4I and Honor Ceremony.Note .
,, 20.As each child reads one book the : Programs, topics speakersmay Sunday FISHIN' SHACK
child will receive free tee-shirt change. 6 a.m. 2
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Program Schedule located at 105 E. Jackson Street in Mrs. Mon Thru Sat. 6 a.m. To 8 p.m.

June 18. 3-s graders. Film: '" '.' -' :' ":''''::'': ,.' .: ,: : :.:.:',t!,''"'': '. '' "!)." '" '
"Doughnuts." Join the Super I

t .1 I.1t Members June ZOo Hall, Preschool-2nd of Fame. grades.. Special Family Kite Greens Big BramaRestaurant FRIDAYSPECIAL I' \, .

Films: "Five Chinese Brothers and Tue. And Wed. \
"Arrow to the Sun." Sing a Song of MULLET I
Heroes. Alt You Can Eat Open 5 a.m. to 9 p.m.
June 22-3-6 graders. Motorcycle a
Go-Go. A guest speaker, Mr. John SPAGHETTI *2 Frt. and Sat. S a.m: to 10 p.m. ALL YOU CAN EATBREAKFASTSPECIAL .
Curies on motorcycles or mopeds
and road safety. $250'
June 25- 3-6 graders. Bicycle Safe Children Under 10 Yr. Old
ty.Sgt.Wehrli of the Florida Highway 99' AND $150
Patrol will be the instructor. $125 Daily LuncheonSpecisi' CiflftfY
a a 1 June Preschool-2nd graders. Hwy 301 Slake. Fli. Ph: 004-9977 Meat 2 Vag'' Coffee OrT *
Film: "Johnny Appleseed."

I Y' Yrq Fingerplays.

Superman will be one of the encouraging supporter of the summer library
I reading program. Four students took their books outside to visit with the
famous flyer They are from left: Bonnie Wray, 12, Tammy Lane 9, Shlela
Henderson. 12, and Lee Stokes 8 years old.

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asks to be sworn fa before mak- Warren says he will prove the power of Warren says Charles Schaefer cannot Warren accuses the Telegraph of Warren says the present city charter
ng a statement... Pierce administer the mayor by Issuing orders'to the city clerk run against him is Group 2 because he held, editorializing news stories and misquoting should be,, replaced with stew erdtaaaeesproviding :;
MUh. and police chief 'hover office In Group 3. Warren's laughter ended for row
Commllilooel\.Waters, Walers'sald Warrca a strong city mayor. <
when the attorney said Schaefer. could run ; ether commissioners .
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' 4Ise'as a commissioner, and fireman Legal: Pierce replied. .' >. After; ,Warren completed. ., that point in the meeting, War- year in getting" the budget ready for With no discussion. Warren asked
\ remarks another former city commissioner -,J''. ren asked for a motion to pay the bills. commission review. for those in favor of the motion that he tf!
rtVaters' contradicted: Warren's Warren then read a portion of the stood to ask the attorney a That motion Is normally the last Item be removed as mayor to. raise their "I.
, .'Utement after the commission voted city: charter relating to elections and question. .;y;, of business at city meetings. "This is the kind of thanks I get? I band. .6
I rescind Warren's orders to the city concluded that since Schaefer had Jimmy McRae asked If the mayor- Commissioner Silcox Interruptedby don't appreciate U after 20 years. Each of the four commissioners ,
, clerk and police chief. served in Group 3, he could not run for commissioner, under the governing asking that Warren clarify his "This Is unadulterated raised their right hand. Warren tat : .;
.the Group 3 seat against Warren system adopted In 1972, had the same order to the city clerk about providing stupidity," Edwards pure said. expressionless and did not vote. j '
Sxhe! order to the city clerk prompted powers as the mayor under the old a financial plan. 9
Commissioner Silcox to make the "What's the matter with him? Warren said the commission need- Edwards reacted to Warren's
asked Schaefer from the rear of the council form of government. ed more time to work on the budget. Y<
(motion that Warren be replaced as Pierce responded that he would 11 you Insist on him doing that I'm replacement by saying "I appreciatethat
ayor-commissloner. room. Schaefer said he could run in and going to move that you be removed as more than anything in the I
he wanted to. have to research that question "I don't know what he wants, Ed world." I
{&Another discussion during War- any group could not give an immediate answerto mayor," Silcox stated. 'wards added. .;
ren's statement was directed to Pierce agreed that Schaefer could that complicated issue. ;The discussion of the financial! plan Silcox told Warren he should not "You need to elect a new mayor" *
Charles Schaefer, a former city com qualify and announce for any group In Pierce said the commission form of continued with Warren and Edwards have brought the matter up without someone said. : \
missioner. the city election. The city is not divid- government allows the commissioners arguing over the need for such infor first discussing with Edwards so he The commission selected Waters. i '
ft Warren handed a sheet of paper to ed Into districts with requirement for to select one of their five mation. could understand the request. Waters accepted: : a motion from' I ,
thecity attorney and asked, "Mr Attorney a commissioner to live in a certain members to serve as mayor and they Edwards said he worked about 85 Silcox that the orders issued by Warren ;
Is that legal?" area to run for the city commission. also have the power to remove him. hours after regular workdays last Edwards said Warren was not man be rescended.: That passed *
enough to come to him personally unanimously. J
:..; talk about It. Waters asked for a motion to pay

"The order still stands," Warren the unanimously.The bills .which also passed i|!

said.With new mayor-commissioner ad- !i I
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Silcox moved that Warren be
removed residents seated in the back of the

PRIWe Warren as mayor.asked if there secondto commission room applaudedSome
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Teenage Choir dNlc.teda.. to each branch of the nation's service Choral J*. t
CUT WJLa Jt/LB/! a director Is is Jim Frampton and pianist Is Ed Frampton.: .. :Martha Health ;g;: ;,
WHOLE Ol\ BUTT_ UT L8.88* '*" rlMIMBtttlOTI ; signaled the words of the Lord's Prayer In sign language accompanied in song >| r N[
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t_hrs"a'awroe htw1iu1Wt 111.... ''\\1 linter VllAt lr1tII, fllifffC tq Pamela btahakar : '
cart l'i9 \1 iCtWlt.lt' 12uq1t..".. M tM Am+iean tttimtulirtn ...,do Uronnmrtnv r.>I\'_ _
I '/'IW' '' L4#It'rGrll9tltlt' Brat iw t"lr1 Wiliwnal Marti Commend The memhrs erf Letwtey VttimUtd. fret The remains $uo te .. be ; / I
sea W'.retie'' 'If I"'tier MiJ! p.rrhmnn! tMr PAT aNl.AT seam natkrns petit an rt nzatton df inmates Lawtey given(--. \
'N trhrata MW'er*I{#, 1aTetw la rear(HAvt amt Y,1twNt J. KMtvr, Correctional fnatdrrte. TbcIr day, Lawtey Unlimited beeui aboot two 11I'1.
,..* '& (topiMrrnt.ne! 'm freer 11ft '.wIN..w_ T.acMrr' prmofltorf lbw *war"l.U>stud.msgist, they felt, CTrrtan. Out and the Florida Slate Uiat they auld help in the community . .
.N.tk. "'r"r*_ mi fft.w at.ai A rx' word* *h*>wt why eadlIMi"Idt.a11tt.lo1r.nt Employment Service IfSES) to belated and in the faMtitntiam Therganizatien ----
v.w ,"'A1\t,*.Y S(d'1 arranspara.4'\ t1f misty wy" and tne huff J to lund Dial-A-Teen an mcjoy. .has grown l. $4 Dune Buggy Good on Rails Too
1r.yortrw.ntarawroainn.tsf: '" \ /W'r.w.. 'Il""..<< (;ifftn, lrt.m* Club; Marcia ment Kenrtce for high aerie.)and co members and rate money by doiac
rnnrrqK" and'\ 1,ft1VIr 90a.aWrvtp'1. Y.nwJish<< ; Mltta..el And'..... JAn Tatum Jep students. such things a washing an and bay. It I
: 4I H'Wtani oWl'.t" I'aqtftrn Aic/lcultur; Wtlluro O_*.-r and YreariirlnI. Meg photo project where bwnatea can
_* Aft .tCvwiw w.Gravel< AMllMli stall( ; Trrrl '.rrt.h and Melody Barton, Cathy McAJpine, emptoyroeut brternewar buy picture of themsefvea witaguMta.
r.,'J'. P f. <>.vfc Mfi, *. (M for KSES, requested help .
lf.1,.iv Dbtrohvvrto7t'\ ,,4I Meal. fttwtr.e AfhMRn.Kay. McJJrAJrtAlld.tIIt Oli"er MnsetVartsAy.rtwiY from Lwtey Unlimited in tM: project "'We like to help any way w* can"
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,W.vrd.rnafM.. If_77atrn.fa4, Marcia' (;<**,1ite./ Ix/rf shin Mik KuUh: arwlMwacr ;; meettncK several weeks ago, asking vice-president. "We're basically like
f a a donation of$240. The men decided the Toastmasters
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Carrel to give $.tV) to help fund the pro- Club but we're of kind."
WrMrtq KrVi. &*&**** MX HIM; Huyt, Chttm; Jetttry Norman, a
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Pint United MetkoMM Cbwreb ta SUrM Smday by the Tile vehicle designed. for the sand dune found making tracks down the
yraT Kev.Ceorxe Harper.He said. the Dorca Award wa...... tracks south of Hampton a* easy a* cross country travel. Sammy Shepherd
for a wwnan la the Bible. wko went.....a doing good.7...*e made a short run down the railroad before leering off into the roadies marshland.
who received the award were Mn. Don lUrdrabroofc. The open cockpit design Is typical of the modern day off the road
74h 4 V former church. Mcretary.c'uell school secretary vehicles popular around beach country.
secretary M be admlnbtnUve. board and former .longtime
lirnl wl.b*.. youth coordinator Mr. Tits OUon. lint woman ln*lee.
f.fIf'; lurk. (;!1.". Nrsdu.t... We salute first woman .. admiaUtratlve' "'rel.mer longtime w I Ih Iw
your achievement adult coordinator, former bead of children's divUlon. of
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79 church school Mr*. A.J. Eaves ill Methodist Youth
tI'f clays nhriw.' Fellowthlp leader member of the administrative board,
STARKE scout .leader, former president and teacurer of United
M.tbodlt Women and chJJ4r_'.choir director.Mrs. LJ.-
HURST SHELL BUILDERS Green, church organist for n years, member the ad- *.- .
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that surround our Bradford High. tlmat has .nhanc.d our doily/ //fves,

II I .. W!,look on memories of retrospect les!jions to carry with us- r
\ t"htraey C, George .MorclaT Goedge and to the future as to what will ///e. //ifssons that will never d/e./ Carlo A Hernandez Sharon I, Hobbs
1 As we //eave we look on thing As IoN. //eave-we cher/sh'/ those!
that have caused us to unfold a thought v ho have added to our taste.
t. The happiness th. sadness. We think of the many peopeM / rllL
and th. things/ still to be sought. ,ho will never take fhe/r./ pfoce.

As we /eave, we take nothing. As dye (leave our hearts ore saddened
forthere's nothing we can take. ,' "I" ohd, also/ mad. glad./
We only have sofemn memories-/ '.:r Ii ''Onso. / / at Bradford High. # IN'refs

memories' VAs we'//// never forsake. :',.\ :'.: n,'u/d/ this experience hove been had.

we //eave our friends,. as we /eave. we /leave our memor/es- _
those we've come to know ;r. a J'" memories that will never d/e.
It only makes the task ha- W. look to the future with/ faith/

harder for.i.us to go. ... d.'I"? te be guIded by the .unseen eye.
Horace Griffin
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f t*Melanie L. Morris Patricia C Mullins :*Members of National Hoilior I, Society Cecilia M. Infante David D, Jones


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To an outstanding class
outstanding class
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Done. Success b.with you. 'I
wishes one and all. .

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Timmy Flower Ir G." AuhroyGesklns' Timmy Catkins
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Charges of driving while Intox- could call his employer to tell him or
icated and resisting arrest without the accident: and summon help to pull
J. violence against Donald Franklin the truck out said Etheridge.On .
Slade, 41, Hampton, have been drop the way back to the scene of the
accident, before confronting

1 ) ] ped.On Monday, May 28, Slade was Etheridge,Slade agreed to say he was
travelling east on SK-16. one and one- driving the truck and assume respnwsibilily
s- ___ ____n___ third miles west of Stare, in his own for the accident.
l', car, following Earnest Albert Varnes, When Etheridge Investigated the
Some 400 men of the'2nd Bat 283rd Artillery from Month Carolina" Una up outside paychecks Ills the first lime servicemen this area hive been paid by check 29, Hampton who was driving a accident, Slade said he was drivingthe
I f the Florida Bank at Starke alter regular banking hoar to each their rather than cash tractor-trailertruck. Varnes lost control truck. Slade had been drinking,
of the truck travelling feet on Etheridge said, so he charged him
;'it c the south shoulder of the road, swerving with DWI. When Slade realized the
across the road 74 feet, and then charges he was receiving he put up a
running 182 feet on the north shoulder, fuss. Etheridge then charged him
knocking down several small pines with resisting arrest without. violence
,. :.p Call. 'j,( and finally coming to rest after hitting and took him to the county jail.
;' .f ,{' Varnes
a telephone pole. On Thursday, May 31, approached -
y < "I-. Etheridge, who was off duty
!;" : f ;':V, ,\i.ifL: : at his home.
I" ," 1 was driving the traitor-trailer: "Varnes came around and told me-
..< "' Jitt' when it ran off the pavement and 'I've got to tell you the truth'"
struck the pine trees and telephone Etheridge said.
J4 One Formation National Guardsmen Never Miss pole, and Donald Franklin Slade was Varnes then told Etheridge// what
going to take the blame for the accident : had really happened.Etheridge .
because of the points that I had said he, Varnes and
fiij against my driver's license," Varnes Slade went to the state alorney's of.
Pay Call.....One formation that per- It didn't take the commanding of regular banking hours so they could Camp site personnel had a week to confessed to Florida Highway Patrol fice to straighten out the situation.The .
sonnel in the National Guard never ficer. Colonel Earle E. Morris, Jr. change their green checks for green prepare for the next contingent of Trooper K.G. Etheridge three days charges against Slade were
miss. the comptroller general of the State or cash. some 19,000 National Guard and Ar after the accident. subsequently dropped by Judge Elzie
Well, the South Carolina unit training South Carolina in his civilian capacity The 2nd Bat 263rd Artillery from my Reserve troops to train here this Slade and Varnes were friends, and Sanders and Varnes was chargedwith
at Camp Blanding for the past two long to make arrangements for his S.C. has completed its two weeks of summer, making Blanding the had been travelling together. Slade careless delving and giving false
weeks missed meeting the paymasterand personnel to get their usual cold, hard annual training at Camp Standing. buslsest since World War 2. drove Varnes to a telephone so he information of an accident.
receiving their pay in cold, hard cash. The colonel contacted J.E. The units were from Anderson, Training June 2-16 Is a 200-man
cash for the first time ever. Tomlinson,.president of the Florida Easley, Senaca, and Clemson, S.C. Special Forces unit.
They were paid by military Bank at Starke and himself a Na-
check..computers, you know. tional Guardsman. As a result the 463 : # City of Lawtey Gives
But who has enough money to cash Guardsmen were transported by y;
463 payroll checks? truck to the bank In Starke after

To Build New
I St. Edwards Church Halt $2,500

BINGOEvery Fire

Saturday 8:00: P.M Stationahead
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411 N. Temple Ave. Starke. Fla. to McCulley to act in seeking
Budget Meeting repairs of the water system in timesof
Set for June 19 emergency without the full council
In the only other major action of the being present,
c+* 2112 hour meeting Tuesday night was -The chlorinator in the water treat
-, the setting of the first budget planning ment system broke and it cost$378 to
meeting for the 1980 fiscal year. repair it and to buy a used standby
A The council agreed to meet June 19 unit, McCulley also reported.Was .
1 A Afi at 7:30: pm. to begin work on the told by Chief Jordan that the
t.7 $90,000 city budget. The council will
police car will need a new set of tires
also discuss funds from the Com- shortly. ,Jordan said the set of
PRINTS prehensive Employment Training Firestone radials have 27,000 miles on
Agency (CETA). them than he has
: Py h'F more ever gottenon
t Police Chief MM. Jordan asked
a set of tires on the police car,
BOOKS and was given permission by the -Voted to rent the city s ditch diggerfor
council to work up police budget to but
private use for $1$ per hour,
present to the council. The chief Is must
stipulated a city operator
4 ; asking for a second permanent police operate the equipment at all times.
PLAQUES position in addition to himself The city The council declined to offer the city
has already received word that mower for rental.A .
CETA funding of two policeman will
'. 1 ? end in September.Rosier new fire station will apparentlybe
4OYo 9 : QO! 1VM I said he'd be delighted to a reality for the Lawtey Volunteer t- .4))'

a ,havea- separate police department Fire Department after Tuesday ,.
I mAO t budget established. night's meeting in which mate
council voted unanimously to
$ y In other action, the council: the FD's$2,500 to purchase materials.
GIFTSOLDTOWNEPOTTERY -Approved placing of a mobile homeon It was the night of the fire depart
PR.cS& MACRAME Middleburg Road by Linda Boat- ment as an ebullient councilman Marvin
wright Rosier led the way by
-Instructed Chief Jordan to direct .t) Making the motion to match the
60 % SOPPLIES& traffic when bikers cross SR-225 June fire department's building fund or
cr:5: : Colonel Earle E. Morris, Jr., commander of the 2nd Bat 263rd Artillery unit 10 at 9 a.m. during a bike-a-thon to be $2.500. Stipulation is that the moneygo
from South Carolina draws his green backs after cashing his pay check at the sponsored by the Lawtey Church of for materials. The council detailed
Florida Bank at Starke this week. Col. Morris I Is comptroller general the Slate God to raise money for its building Rosier to talk to Supt. James Wain-
:\) ANIMALS of South Carolina as well as being an officer In the National Guard. fund. The bike-a-thon will run from Wright of Lawtey Correctional In-
.s OFF the church down SR-200A to Tatum's stitution about providing, inmate
Sawmill and back, distance of 10 labor to erect the new fire house.
miles. -2) Making the motion to providethe
/a PRICE The 263rd Is an automatic weapons :, A 2,400 member support command Was told by Councilman Wayne volunteer firemen with insurance
outfit using the two 40-mm weapon from Alabama, the 167th COSCOM,
at cost of $170 ,
Massey that the city tractor has been coverage a per year
system. Since Camp Blanding has the
will train June 9-23. The group in-
repaired at a cost of $300-plus. The upping the city's annual contributionto
only In the Southeast U.S. with
range cludes engineers from Alabama, a
from to 1570.
transmission was locked in reverse the FD $1,400
ccj BY room to fire the 40-mm cannons, the medical detachment from the Virgin but Massey says the tractor Is Coverage will be $10,000 accidentaland
yq unit has been training here for the Islands, and Reserve MP's gear
Army .
150 W. Call St working like a champ now. $5,000 medical for each fireman.3)
past 11 years. from all over Florida Was told by Councilmen Buster Donating a lawn mower valuedat
'Z Col. Morris said that Col.! Gus Gon- ..
ft* A 1,000-mamn force, the Florida .
Starke Bennett and Massey that 10 to IS oak $129 US to the fire department to
:r rales, site and his
: camp supervisor, : Military Academy and Air Defense
c trees are dead and there is danger raffle off to raise more money for the
personnel did an outstanding pro- ,Battalion from Florida, the the 181st
I- 084-7792 limbs will fall and cause damage or building fund. Councilman Buster
vidjng.; support for,his unit. trMP Company from Miami will train
Injury Massey said he will survey Bennett said half a dozen persons had ",
'4 the two weeks from July 721. the trees and get bids on having them. told him they didn't mind< giving "
The final group, the 3,300 strong money to the FD but they didn t like ,
:, 53rd Signal Group with units from cut.Instructed city attorney Richard the department's approach. Bennett
Alabama and Mississippi, and the Army Welty to investigate what can be done suggested the FD raffle off somethingto
Reserve unit from Puerto Rico, about removing a mobile home owned make the donating more. In-
will train July 28 August 11. by Toby O'Neal from a lot back of the teresting to the public.
Doublewide Camp Blanding facilities provide Shell Station. The trailer was moved Suggestions! ranged from a pony to .
training areas for infantry, engineering onto the lot without a city permit and a certificate for groceries but Councilman r
signal and air defense artillery without the council's knowledge, the Rosier solved the problem by ;
units. Blanding is designated as an council said. To prevent future problems donating a lawn mower from his
air defense artillery training site,and Welty also suggested the city business in Starke the Garden
provides training a areas for contact Florida Power Light about Center. t
helicopter gunships and for infantry refusing to hook up electricty unless The new fire house will be built I
Mobile Home .weapons.Engineering. the resident presents a city permit. directly behind(north of I the city hall
,, units that train at Was told a sleeve on number one and adjacent to the present firehouse
i.Sutev' Wihfe ,
-I; : ;: ; >! Blanding practice water pump broke one afternoon and ft will open to the west and be
ques and construct floating bridges on was repaired the following day at a deep enough and have doors large
some'of the camp's many lakes. ,,Projects cost 'of $300. Councilman Ben Mc- enough to house the fire trucks. A '
are also assigned to the Culley said the repairman was expen bumper had to be cut off one fire
engineers to help maintain the camp sive but, promptand knew what he truck too long,to go into the presentfire
facilities, providing a valuable ser- was doing. The council gave the go- house. '
SALE 'vicve tothe camp as well as giving
training to the men.

SPECIAL, 88 VOX National Brace Camp Guard Blanding training site Is an, the Army Ar Bradford Bossmastersl%; : II IIW.

TIAVELTAAILEKS\' ,; my provides funds for its own units to
train there. Other units that use the Donnie Spencer's mother said shes
!." camp facilities such as the Marine .asked for it. and we got it. wanted to go I tto the fish fry)1, but
-,: and Navy Reserves, active Marine Yes It was a beautiful day on Santa couldn't She said Donnie didn't even
Selection Of Concords Fleetwood!:- and,Navy groups and the FBI are. Fe Lake. It was a mite chilly as my bring her any fried fish. She said she
charged a fee if the living quartersare eon Kevin and I crossed Little Santa was going to Jerk a knot in his line ,
.: 'ix\, used.iQr. a ,set amount for range Fe headed for the pass where westarted when she saw him. Look out Dormer! '
To Choose use only fishing. I, personally, think this was our
.'lege.In' From. > In addition to the two-week summer Kevin fished a half day with me best outing ever. We had the weather
active,duty Cessions. Camp Blanding, because my regular partner, Terry and we had a big crowd.- j
is used 42 weekends of the year for' Mundorff could only fish In the after- At 2 p.m. all Bassmasters resumed I I
,. ,We Also Used :' Homes \': shorter training programs. The noon. tournament fishing. At 8 p.m* all :.
: ave, :, Florida 'National. Guard Military The weather was beautiful, with a Bassmasters returned for the weighIn -
11I- 'If' Academy headquartered at slight breeze. out of the south, 1 '
SaleSee. I ,' "....,t For '. anda two-week fished hard along the and ,and landed and largest bass
_, .'I" \ e weekends: at Blanding grass which
< ; ;\ttiiWi.\\\' :,.: annual tr\ i1iCtgie'lon I Iff July.1'he trees and had several strikes. Handed weighed a little over five pounds.,, Roy ,
John Brown Today For A New Or'Used, Home Priced sO That FBI periodically slates a'' five- two keepers by II a.m. At 11 a.m. Bryant placed second. I ;
day training program, as do various all boats returned to the landing to Terry and myself had our share of !
The Average\ Person ,C Afford: It. sh rW>"4partrflent*, These groups prepare food for the expected crowd strikes but didn't connectwittsany; :
: ISy FI'' eetw ,d use the> rifle range: primarily, No many bass were .landed ruing real big fish. Earll\oJusqsaid he found i
U him
For The ate Ho m e 00 A full-time year-round staff of 50 Is the morning fishing period. out to late what they wanted (a Devil
maintained, Camp Blanding by the By 11130: a,m. everyone was busy Horse around the grass and under .
NationaKCuariM The camp also contains cooking or ,telling fishing stories, the docks. JH : 1
; JOHN BROWN'S; : ; maintenance and supply mostly lies. Somewhere between On behalf of the club would like to ; .
facilities;"for- the Florida National 12:30: and 1 p.m. we started serving conll..tuJate-Edwin and Mr. Bryant
Guard. fish,hushpupples.grits, baked beans, for their performance They fished !
MOBILE HOME CENTER Increased use of the camp is in line cold slaw, fresh onions, and ham deep water brush piles.about Uw ,en- I
with a plan by the Florida National burgers. By 1:>>1:45: p.m. everyone tire day. g ,
Guard to ht*;en entire brigade train quieted'doWn I think their eyes overworked Saturday,,June 16, Is the date of the '
Hwy fct Keystone Heights., Flo. 43-315 at one tinu,. to make the training heir mouths..No June tournament ?:The JocaUon'*U1
.more like: at.nwlactlve duty in time of one walked away hungry.'A* a a voted on Tuesday night,'June 5,the \ ,
a natlon.il t emergency. matter of fact most could harly walk. next rneeun,. j

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classes enjoyed a trip to Walt The teachers! Mrs. Broaftine Denmark -
dicap game of 269 pins In the 1973-1979 I grade
Dolores Meng Carcta
by Diwey World. Among the attractions and Mra. *Vnson
Phone 468-HIS Bowling Susie7 League Is decoratedwith f* i I' most ....ed were the monorail, were aeeompar5W I* WoUy 8jMi i Ids,
73'. all!these Beauty Shop as well be held at Starke KtMsMtitary. gram to be held at the Bros'dcaup. .........'s flail) of Fame 30,000 Margaret and Peg Crawford,
You Can Help those she awed last Classes for grades IS throafSKvill be ty Library from June 14 1br0Ui@\ J" Les._ .. Under the Sea. Space Moun- Chespa "'tae./ Robert* and
Harold and Susan Rush and as Bauldree was who introduced year. held at Bradford High School, School 20. Bas guest' Bpaek* lain, t ii MMl Electric: Show. It's AAMlt Jean R Ssell. They all appreciated
children. Tanya. Karla and Darlene Susie Evelyn to bowling last also came will begin at 8:30 and end at 11:80, and man. WUJ visit the fibrary. Library World, and the Haunted Man- the patience andjMctll of Keir bus
had the misfortune Friday night of year will have no lunch cards will be issued tar books driver OrytOr'tffV'The
fire well as allI away with a first place team trophy. progWOK UM of ..... The souvenir shops were ,
losing their home to as mautfaMs, records and taptw. Aral patronised as well as the numerous '
the contents. Although fire depart- Library Program I.'J of SUrke Rescue Unit is also plan- mod tooths.. The animal topiary was.770AttendStarke school PTA sponsored the
ments from Hampton, Waldo and Birthdays i; ->,. .1 ned. v ..\\ted. transportation portion of this trip.
Starke tried to assist, the house was Dan Smith and Christy Visited
Chad Smith celebrated his 6th birthday .,
I completely destroyed while the family June 2. classes at the school on May{31 to explain Disney World

Those was away.who would like may leave Ann on Baker turned 12 on June 2 and the Super Summer.,Library. 1' Pro- On Saturday,June 2, the 6th, and 7th '

donations at Lett's Country Store to celebrated by enjoying a class trip to '. Christian .

,;, assist this family. Clothing sizes needed Disney World. .u I I
Oscar Estes celebrated his 14th birthday ,
1. are: men's 34 x 30 pants Medium Edwards News '
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,, shirts Bit shoes; ladies-dresses- 12; on June 5. He is still Schools Awards Banquet :
';'v: pants 12, tops 34, shoes 8; girl's recuperating from all those exciting '
IniUllatlon Dinner' stalled Mrs. Betty Dazlnskl as the
rides at Disney World.
children's dresses, 12, 8 and 6, pants -
I t Paladin celebrated his new treasurer. of were earned by Chris Dobbs for ,Best
and also children's shoes Tommy The Annual Awards Banquet
14 8 6, tops
a life' andl.Anything 15th birthday on June 5. He had a On Sunday, June 3, Installation of Mrs. Josephine Cumber former Starke Christian Schools was held Athlete in the girls' sports program
-6. you can do will be ap lovely cake decorated with a racingcar the newly elected officers of St. Ed- Parish Council Chairman Installedas Monday night, June 4, at the Western and by Greg Alvarez for Best Athletein
I made by Mrs. Blonnie Derkman. ward's Altar Society and St Ed- new officers: Mrs. Anne Samons, Steer Steak House In Starke. 170 the boys' sports program.
preciated ward's Parish Council was held at the chairman; Tom Cumber, vice- students and parents attended. Those who received }their
Work Day CongratulationsBest Western Steer Steak House. chairman; and Mrs. Dolores Meng Master of ceremonies was Roman Kindergarten Graduation diplomaswere
Santa Cemetery Mrs. Antoinette Coss, outgoing secreUry. Alvarez, pastor of Pine Level Baptist : Daniel Bryant, Edwin
wishes go to Darlene Rhoden Altar Society president Installed Mrs. COBS read a letter to officers Church and principal of Starke Christian DeLoach, Kemberly Harrison,
On Saturday June 9, a workday Is and Jim Gatlin who were married on Mrs. Claire Brunetti president; and other parishioners attending Schools. Talisha Harrison Jason Hughes
scheduled for cleaning Santa Fe June 2 at the SUrke Church of God! outgoing vice-president Mrs. Carol from Reverend Father Patrick Foley After a delicious meal, the program Amy Jones, Donald Kilgore Luke
Cemetery near Hampton Lake beginning Ashline installed her successor, Mrs. in which he thanked all for their began with the "God Morgan and Johnny Richie..
at 8:30: a,m. Workers are askedto Model Muriel Gilhooly; Mrs. Erica Vogeneywas assistance during his three years as Bless America' followed by the A special Kindergarten Penmanship
bring mowers and working tools. installed secretary by former Pastor of St. Edward's Catholic pledges to the American flag Chris- Award was earned by Kemberly
Markers may also be brought to mark Wendy Lloyd was selected as a secretary, Mrs. Gerry Phillips; Mrs. Church. Father Foley left Starke on tian flag and the Bible. Harrison.
plots. If sufficient workers do not model for hair styling and setting at a Jane Bawek outgoing treasurer in June 1 for monastic life in Conyers. Each table was decorated with Ricky Crane, Brent Middleton and

show up, groundkeepers will have to Hair Styling Show held on May 29 at crystal bud vases containing red rose Marty Dudding received special
be hired to do the work In cases the I-7S Holiday Inn in Gainesville.She buds and gardenias with fern. honors for Scripture Memorization.
where it is impossible to maintain was accompanied by her mother Methodist AnnouncedBishop Highest scholastic awards were Those who were honored for
plots donations to have this work Mrs. Susie LoU, and her sister Jean- Appointments earned by Connie Moody, Christi! Perfect Attendance throughout the.
done may be sent to Santa Fe nie. The demonstration was conducted Morgan and Skippy Richie. Runnersup entire school year were: Chris Connell
Cemetery Association, In care of Mrs. by Mr. Ray, a world famous Joel McDavId announcedthe Rooks retired); Keystone Heights a in this category were Mary Wat- Sandy Dudding, Terri Kennan,
Carolyn Slater, Star Rt. 1 I. Box 112 stylist from Tennessee and Cody Col following appointments at the new church David Landers; Lake terson Terri Kennan, and Jason Denise Connell Marty Dudding Tim-
i l Hampton Fl. 32044. lins. Susie was lucky enough to win a closing session of the Florida Annual Butler/Raiford the Rev. David T. Crawford. my Dudding Ken Gockley and Connie
f hair styling scissors as a door prize. Conference of the United Methodist Waller, 3 years; Grace Lawtey the In learning Center HI highest Moody. \
Condolence Church on Friday evening June 1: Rev. Don Love; Florahome, the Rev. average awards were earned by Con Those in attendance at the Annual
Hampton Lake Will Wright (pert-tlme); Spring Hill nie Moody In Math Marty Pudding in Awards Banquet Monday evening In-
Sympathy Is extended to Mrs. A.H. Starke First the Rev. George L. the Rev. Don Denton (part-time) and Social Studies Connie Moody in cluded the families of: Roman
f Perry and family whose husband Mr. and Mrs. R G. Griffis entertained Harper 8th year; First, Gainesville, Starke Parish, the Rev. Willie Stitt English Connie Moody in Science and Alvarez Samuel Bassett, .J.G.
A.II., died on Sunday May 27 at the at a cookout held on their property the Rev. David T. Scoates (John (part-time), Rowdy Waters in Spelling. Broome Lamar Brown, Leroy.
age of 64 years. Saturday for their family and the Edward In Learning Center II highest Bryant Gerald Burns Willis Causey
I Clayton family members. average awards were earned by Jeff Richard Crane J.B. Crawford,Allen
Congratulations Among those attending were their ObituariesShe Moody in Math Christi! Morgan In Crawford, Wilbur DeLoach. Bill
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Taibiof c-- Social Studies, David Burns in Dobbs Charles Dudding Robert
At a banquet luncheon held at the Graham, all their children and English, Jeff Moody in Science and Gockley Don Hallgren Henry
Joy Loy Restaurant in Gainesville on grandchild Kelli. All of Edward and Terri) Kennan in Spelling.In Hodges Roger Hughes, Joe Harrison.
May 29, Susie Lott was awarded Ann's children and grandchildrenalso Mrs. Leona M. Dukes 75, of Rt. 1 is survived by eight daughters: Learning Center III awards were Donald Cooper, Marc Jackson David
trophies for bowling in the top score were there including Peggy and Box 564 Lake Butler died Thursday Mrs. Vicie Seibert, Jacksonville; earned by Howard Hughes for Most Jones Roger Jones, Tony Kennan,
team, for her sponsorship of Lott's of Alan Myers and son, Michael of May 31, of a heart attack. Mrs. Edna Norton Kingsley Lake; Paces Completed and Mary Watterson Wallace Kniffin, Jerri Lane James
Beauty Bowling Team, for the high Detroit Michigan. A life long resident of the New Mrs. Carrie Smith Green Cove Springs (2nd place) for Most Paces Com- Hollingsworth Donald Martin, Arthur
score game of 223 and high game ban- River section of Bradford County ; Mrs Dorothy Sweat, and Mrs. pleted. Melton, Bill Middleton, Cheryl
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng spent the Mrs. Dukes was the widow of Troy Katie Crews, both of Orlando; Mrs In Learning Center II awards were Miller, Mark Moody Raymond
weekend in Chattanooga, Tenn., Dukes and a member of the Cedar Faith Murphy Mrs. Lois Hau both of earned by Terrl.Kennan and David Moody, Roy Morgan Debbie Mosley
USED T.V.5! where they enrolled their son. Joe, at Creek Baptist Church. Starke and Mrs.Mary Gibson of Lake Burns who tied for Most Paces Com Linda O'Rear. Craig Padgett
the Tennessee Temple College. Survivors include: two brothers, Butler. Three sons: Donald Hodges of pleted. Second place award for Most Lawrence Mosley Don Richie, Dick
r Fernie Moody and Seeber Moody, of Starke; Henry Hodges of Lawtey and Paces Completed went to Aaron Sapp John Strickland, Carlene
\ Black & White Hampton ElementaryThe Lake Butler; and a host of nieces and James Hodges of Pennsylvania. Two Mathews.In Waters Fred Watterson Charles
& nephews.Funeral. brothers: Lacy Parmenter, Jackson- Learning Center I (First Grade) Williamson Barbara Arnold Vivian
$2900 Up last day of school Is June 8. services were held Saturday ville and Owen Parmenter of awards were earned by Sarah Hodges McRae and Jim Poncier.
Post planning for teachers is scheduled June 2, in Cedar Creek Baptist Nashville. One sister Mrs. Margaret for Most Paces Completed, and Jason Applications are now being accepted -
$ for June 11 and 12.Summer Church with Rev. Clyde Seay, Jr. of Burton of Jacksonville. 32 grandchildren Crawford ((2nd Place) for Most Paces for the fall enrollment For
Color gjJOO&UpT.V. ficiating. Burial followed in McKin- 43 great grandchildren and Completed. further information please contact
School ney Cemetery Archer Funeral Home one great-great grandchild. Awards for Sports ParticipationDrug the school office at 964-6490.
of Lake Butler was In charge of ar Funeral services were conducted at
Summer School for recommended rangements.Mrs. 1:00: p.m. Saturday at Calvary Baptist
301 25 to August 1 in Starke. Classes In the with .Rev. James Starling
Lawtey 7a2.3152 Kindergarten through 5th grades will .Emma Parmenter: lodges 7. assisting. Burial was in Oak Grove I

Mrs. Emma Parmenter (Hodges, 76, Cemetery in Macclenny, with Archer. Drug Abuse Among The Elderlyblem
"'- Tanner Funeral Home in charge of
"' resident of Route 1, Box 116 of Starke

passed away early Wednesday nightin arrangements abuse among the elderly is involves prescription' drugs.
Green Cove Springs Nursing Home probably one,,of the most-overlooked None of the elderly patients were ad.
WE following an extended illness/-,Mrs. mitted result of t t rugs.
/ Inresearch. .Sinceouirelderlyare ,
i THERE, WHEN .. Hodges was born and raised iaBr.ad-'' SCIarlesRRoberIloHmanS. r.8. areas ov ruoKeU) became ot!'\their age 80.9% of thmseVattcWto' ?/ 1 eMetty
ford County. She was the daughter of Charles Robert Hoffman, Sr.8(bf category their problems are also involved abuse of legally manufactured -
YOU NEED US the late James and Kissey Norman Melrose died Wednesday afternoon. overlooked. It would not be unusualfor psychotropics
Parmenter, former pioneer residentsof May 30, at his home following a long a 20 year old to be arrested for (sedatives-tranquilizers) ; while
: I I Iw Bradford County Mrs. Hodges wasa illness. and abuse of drugs but it is 10.6% were over dosed from non-
( u
1.-.i.i- ;-1 U member of the Calvary Baptist. Born April 14, 1894 in Edwards Illinois rare that the elderly person is arrested narcotic drugs.
I Church of Starke Mr. Hoffman moved to this for possession or abuse of The most frequently abused drugs
\ i iI I I I'I area in 1972 from Lyndonville NY. A drugs. I feel that a great deal of the for the elderly were valium, tuinal,
\- I II retired farmer he was a member of problem Is related to the fact that phenobarbital, and darvon.
I p 1't 'I I Post Office Accepting the First United Methodist Church of most elderly persons are on some The consumption rates of drugs in
I : I ,. Keystone Heights. type of prescribed medication whereas the United States suggest that the
I Funeral services were held Saturday the younger person may not be elderly are exposed to more drugs of
II ApplicationsThe June 2, in the DeWitt C. Jones able to get prescribed medication as potential abuse than any other age
I Chapel in Keystone Heights with Rev easily. Therefore the younger person groups. Data on prescription drugs
Starke, Florida Post Office an- Dennis White officiating Burial was ends up abusing illicit drugs and get- alone reveals that those over 65 yearsof
in Keystone Heights Cemetery. ting caught while the elderly person age which comprise roughly 1/10
nounces that applications for an examination -
of the received 1/4 of all
i for the position of clerk- abuses prescribed drugs and their population
carrier will be received during the problems go on not being dealt with. prescriptions written In 1967. One
might also assume that they consumed
Drug use and abuse among the
period May 29 through June 29, 1979.
This examination is given to elderly is one of the most rejectedareas an equally substantial proportionof
SFCC Names the counter The three
establish a register of eligibles from in research on gerontology.Even over drugs.
most prescribed drugs for the elderlyare
which future vacancies will be filled. In spite of the continuous growthIn
forms be research on drug related studies, Valium and Librium
Application pickedup
may Local Members ( tranquilizers ) and Darvon
from the Postmaster at the SUrke, very few researchers focus upon drug
to help with all the
arrange- Florida Post Office. use among the elderly (Barton & (non-narcotic analgesic)I.
\ Hurst 66). (Task Force on.Prescription Drugs,
ments during this troubled time. \V Three local men have been named A research study was done in 1968).
members of the Santa Fe Community Miami Hospital in 1972 on acute drug

flowers funeral services and all,the Timberwolves College Endowment Corporation for reaction (over doses) among the BY: Carolyn Spooner Ed. S.
the next three years. elderly, the study showed that of the Alcohol/Drug Supervisor
CD They are B.F. Bud) Mizell of patients admitted for over doses the Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic
details. Rely on us for advice. ClubThere Keystone Heights president of average age was 596! years with a
Guaranty Federal Savings & Loan range of 50 80 years. The distribu-
Association of Gainesville; George tions of showed that the elderly ServicemenAirman
will be a fish fry and dance at sex
i DeWitt C. Jones the Bradford County Fairgrounds Pierce of Starke, an attorney and admissions were 68.4% female and
Mac Baldwin of Starke the Starke
31.6% male. Over doses varied also
Saturday June 6, sponsored by the
Timberwolves CB Club. Chevrolet-Oldsmobile dealer. according to the race, 85% of the Kenneth Quinine
Funeral Home Other directors are Henry Barber Radar Navigation Grad
The fish fry will be from 5 to 8 p.m. elderly patients were white. White
Jane Caldwell Finley Cannon,
and dinners will be $2 per plate. females were more likely to be admit Airman First Class Kenneth O. Qui-
Starke Frances Cauthen Ralph Cellon, C.B.
Keystone Heights The dance will be from 9 p.m. till ted for overdose than any other nion. son of Kenneth T. Quimon of 547
9646200Ready 473-31 a.m. Admission will be $2 per couple. Daniel, Barbara Aaron Green Emmer Marvin David race/sex group. 31.9% of the elderly W. Madison St., SUrke. has receiveda
Come one, come all.9e425 Flagg patients had mixed one or more drugs new*' assignment following graduation
Gresham George Kirkpatrick Jr.,
together prior to their adverse reac-
from the radar navigation
T.B. McPherson, Jim Moore, M.M. tion. In 8.3% the elderly, alcohol was conducted
I systems repairman course
Parrish Alan Robertson Jim Salter,
I n used in combination with other drug Command at
the Air
by Training
Sharron Shiver Bob I
Harvey High substances.
% Certificate Deposits Treweek and George Wright Although there are narcotic users Keesler Airman AFB Quinion Miss., now trained to test !r

-iI--iII among the, elderly the greatest proLONGCHAMP and repair navigation systems and \

I 30 To 89 Days 5% ... related equipment will go to Tinker \
Paid On 6 Month Money AFB Okla. for duty with a unit of theTactical i
I Market Certificates June 7 90 Days to 1 Yr- 5'/ % Air Command. Completion '
to ii +se of the course earned the individual
Thru June 13 10,000 Mln e J Yr To 30 Mo.6 % ,, credits towards an associate of, applied ) :-

Investment try Iii lei I YI '{ science degree through
30 Mo To 4Yrs. f Community College of the Air Force. i
R They Are Subject To tPenalises. i 6% % The airman a 1975 graduate of :
Lyman Ward Military Academy,
Money 4"yrs. 7 / % o '! Camp Hill Ala., attended Bradford-
Withdrawn Before, assbook }J' '. Union Vo-Tech.

I Maturity Draws ,;,,,: ,,I ..... : "
Regular 1 rate t Staff Sgt. Leroy Tyson
: '
!tdh lmJt d1Jm; : t'' Completes NCO Course

I 00 Rate Passbook DsysInterest Less 5 % ';w : 6Hi\ : i f ": ; :;'f.Qt 2 Mr.,Stall recently and Sgt.,tiers comple Leroy rE',Jr.ST.,.son Route.of- ,

stoned officer NCO) advanced
i g'tQgni.; : fHf ti liv't course at Fort Dix, N.J. ;.
,,, Q rHQm :
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: ':'<<. ih''q (W ij 4i im < : 1_. ,
menr. He received associate .
__s __ ,: ? fri} \ .,. an degree in
from Ocean
I :",' 2.i'P: :.M ijt; P yminf"t". ." :) :d'. lit .. .., :: ', : Toms 1978 River, N.J. County College.
",,0/"' : ."_. .: ;, A'or" 'F. '.._.. ..:., : ..I.f.':: His wife, Willie Mae, .Is with him at
..; .n .. ': : < :, ,'
the fort. '
? .:
Drive In Hours FARMERS & DEALERS Walk-ln Bank Mrs. .: .

For Your Convenience i .,'
0:00 To 2'p.m..
: a.m. '
PentecocUl .
BANK ; United Church:
7:16 am. To 4:00: p.m. Mon .Thurs. Moo Thurs HOMES .', '' ..
.1 204 N. Waters Street Pastor aL.: :
7:15: .m. To 6:00: p.m. Friday Of uk. sails' 0:00: To 200; p.m. r U.S. 301 S. 964-6833 Starke,Fla. Wells. Wednesday 730; p.m. Bible

Cloud Sat. ass W. M.ln M. 4:00: p.m. To 0:00: p.m. Fri t Study. Friday 7:30 p.m. Youth Ser-
406-2101 Member FDK3) Closed Sat. vice. Sunday- 10 a.m. Sunday school.
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GRACE ACTIVITIES UNITED Bruce Boyer and Mrs. Cecil Wade of Elisabeth Terry d *. softball l tournament In In .... AsWla Carolina. Mrs
Bible Study Course at METHODIST the : Tampa David Boyer of Silver Spy PfconstWZ-3300 1'thJ.! ItoHda' on Saturday and SunFMl .....,..... Jacqueline will
church ing*, and Mrs. Fred of
Boyer FalrfleM rfA.
*Vety Wed aftaj :.har osrants. unfa October
hreb tea etlClay a night at 1 p.lD. n. met at the borne of their sister ,',,10"' ." tiro.. of BllisviU went Fri ** wwKfcWvtarf Monday for
c.. nursery for preschoolUHearsofPraycek Mrs. Fred Moore before /going to afternoon with Ms partata Mr. Little ..... Arkansas.
ginJune Jacksonville to visit their brother family; Roger Eunice: and Mrs. Nlcula, Mrs. Betty Kelly and Mrs. Graf Mr*. Harold Bunk*. ... Doreen Wl son arrived from
< Doyle Boyer for a short Boyer rcu- Eugene. Aiwtln of Laura Baptist Cozzette Bogkod
** Sapp.
? *June a at 6 the ,
matnben will begin 24 p.m.hours of church mon.Mr.. and Church Prescott;; Mr. and Mrs Vaughn Mr and Mrs. Hermte Kelly stopped MM. Barry Watts attended the Mrs. Wendi, Smytn and bar
Mrs. Bill Woodard and and family; Mrs Nellie their funeral her
tfeuou prayer at the church. The on return from Lakeland to seetMrs. nephew Joseph Biles In weekend Kliubxth. spent the
players are for the family of Largo spent last weekend Wilkinson; Mrs. Daisy Both of Mabel GillUpie In Memorial Miami and will spend a few day with hr parents Col and
church and the Unity of the with their mother Mrs. C. R. Crews Highland !Baptist Church; and Rev. Hospital Bartow. afterwards with tier sister,Mrs Gent Mrs William Wilson
Love and his new pastor Rev. Don Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs. of and Mrs. Charles Starling and family !<"|Bobby Hall of Jacksonville was a Biles.
been placed In family. A poster has Jacksonville spent last Saturday with of Long Bridge Baptist Church attended dinner guest of his brother and sister-
church so that one the entrance of the their parents Mr. and Mrs. Arlie homecoming at First Baptist in-law Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan. Deepest sympathy of the community Chert Shuford Guest
may sign In. Werneed Dobbs
one or more Church Sunday.Deepest ,.Friends of Mr. B. L. Wilkinson Sr. la extended to the Hodges family at Shower May 30
church at all times. members at the Mrs. Fred Moore spent several sympathy to the community regret to learn that bo la patient in due to the death of their mother Mrs. Miss Vickie Norman and Miss Joy
of the Lord' please be a part days at the end of the week with her It extended to the family of Mrs. Bradford County Hospital. Our Emma Hodges, on Wednesda). Our Redding were hostesses at a bridal
counts. The work..every minute sisters Mrs. Fred Boyer of Fairfieldand Grace McKinney and other relatives prayers are with him. prayers are with the family. shower for Cheri Shuford Wednesday
p.m. June 9.PERSONALS.prayer meet will end at 6 Mrs. Cecil Wade of Tampa, in due to the death of their mother Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kelly of Lake May 30. at 7:30: at the home of Miss

: Fairfield. Nora Arwood Saturday. Mrs. Arwoodwas Worth met their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee visited her sister, Norman's grandmother, Mrs. Leon
:Mrs. Evelyn Mr.and Mrs. Tommy Clayton and a former resident of Lawtey. Our Mrs. Hermie Kelly, in Lakeland and Mrs. Robert Whetsel of Keystone Norman.
Henry of
'her; sister Mrs. Doris Harrison Starke and son Tom of Jacksonville spent last prayers are with the family visited them for a few days there. Heights Sunday afternoon. There were about forty persons pre
Jacksonville visited their aunt Mrs.of Sunday Crews. with their mother, Mrs C. R. Joey Dobbs of Macclenny spent Mr; and Mrs. Waldo PrIngle of Worthington Wendell Godwin of Macclenny and sent They all played one game after
0, \J, Anders Monday afternoon. Saturday afternoon with his grandparents Springs visited their sister Garland Norman went fishing with which Miss Shuford opened her gifts
''Elder and Mrs. George of Mrs. Shirley Knowles and son of Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan. Mrs. Pierce Crews, on Sunday after Edward Roberta Saturday. The hostesses presented her with a
Plant City Boyer Macclenny spent last Sunday with her Mr. and Mrs Hermie Kelly spent noon. blender for the occasion
were Monday overnight grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie last week with Miss Catherine Youngof Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee and Russell Lines Refreshments
'guests of their sister, Mrs. Fred have Just Maj. Mrs. and were cake mints' nuts
Moore. On Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dobbs.. Lakeland. While there, they attended returned home from Bisbee Arizona daughter, Jacqueline,sold their home and punch.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee and the Annual Florida Conference as where they visited their new grand
Lay delegates from Grace United daughter Eugenia, and her mama
Methodist. The new pastor for the and daddy Mr. and Mr*. Manuel
: church will be Rev. Don Love. Martinez. While in Bisbee. they took .
I CommunityNew'' Mr.and Mrs. Ronnie McClellan and side trips to Agua PrieU Mexico
son Paul of Vidalia Georgia, spent Tuscon and Sierra Vista. Arizona. On

by Phone Elizabeth Walker The First Born Church of the Living and Friday Mrs.night Lea with McClellan.their parents Mr. Pensacola.the return trip, they visited friends In food' & SClt US. 301 .
God: Bible Study, Friday, 8:30: p.m. :
Miss Cheri Shuford Honored 7 A.M. 12 P.M.
Tarrying Service Friday 7:30: p.m. Connie Mosley and children of ft Walnut,
At Bridal Shower
June 9 WorkshopSet Maxvllle were Saturday dinner
Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Morning
The Ladies of
for CC Board Northslde Baptist of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Worship at 11:30 a.m. YPCW 6 p.m. Harold B.C. COKE
Church honored Miss Chart Shuford
There will be Eunice.
a workshop Saturday Evening Worship 7pm. MOTOR Oil!
June 9, at 10 a.m. in the cafeteria 01 New Bethel Baptist Church: Choir with a bridal shower In the Educational Mr and Mrs. Fleam Starling spent $119 OR
RJE school for board members of the rehearsal for Youth Day is set Saturday Building at the church Tuesday the weekend with their son and 3 Ota. PEP51"t

.Concerned Citizens of Bradford County at 6 p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. night There May were 29.about 20 people present. daughter-in-law Mr.and Mrs. Robert 18 29 Tax
Inc. The will Starling and son of Jacksonville. d Dep
youth be in charge of the 11 Plus Tax
two after which
All board members are asked to be a.m. worship service. Communionwill They games Deron Eunice, son of Mr. and Mrs.
tfca brld -to-be opened her JElfta. The
present.A be given immediately after the 3 Emory Eunice of Gainesville spent ALL BRANDS BEER
membership meeting will be held p.m. service. two mothers and bride-to-be were Friday night and Saturday with his Borden'a-

June 19 at : in the RJE Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: presented with a corsage. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold 100 Case
'cafeteria. The pubic Is invited to attend Dinners will be sold from the kitchen Refreshments of cake coke mints Eunice. MILIC Gal. ..
Attorney Jesse Wolbert will be Saturday beginning at 11:30 a.m. and nuts were served. Hostesses were Mrs. James Waters and her II Over Cost
present. The support of the public is Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Wor- Miss Gayle Shuford, Mrs. Vera dau 1ter-ln-law. Mrs. Wilbur Waters

needed. The regular monthly ship at 11 a.m. terminates servicesfor

meeting will be held June 28 at 7:30 the day ......................yC
p.m. All members are asked to please
cooperate with this activity. + 50CSAVE ocGQ(1

The Spring Drive will terminate a e 7 OH 0.P. MISUUIII
CHURCH NEWS Sunday June 24; it is up to each KMACOLM FIYNNIA@IN !
member to make this a success. a IMe..auanssrv.o.saFREE i
The Church of Prophecy: 1114 Oak KOOM t.u..or.06a.a I.tot I.
Street _- not sell tviu_.>a.
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning
Dell Chapter OES will meet Thursday ca..a.QoOOO TU'AT.. JU t. ....1 S
Worship 11:30 a.m. Evening Worship -
6:30: p.m. Visitors are welcome. June 14, at 7:30: p.m. in the 3'LJmJ!
Greater Bethlehem Freewill Bap- Masonic Hall on Brownlee Street. All

tist Church: Tiny Tots rehearse each members are invited to be present Father's Day
Monday at 6:30: p.m. The Senior Choir
1 rehearses each Monday Youth Branch NAACPTo JUNE 17th
Prayer Meeting is each Tuesday at Meet June 17
'7:30 p.m. The Circles meet each The Youth Branch of tye Bradford

Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. McKay's County NAACP will meet Sunday ,
cle meets at the home of Mrs. James June 17, at 3 p.m. In the annex of the .,
Prince Lee's Circle at the church Greater Allen Chapel AME Church. N r ;r 4 tr

with Mrs. Carolyn Hampton as 0 r .
hostess. Story Hour 7:30: p.m. Thurs
day: The Junior Choir rehearses Friday -
at 6 p.m. The Junior Usher's
Board rehearses at 6:30r.m. Friday.
The "I Can" Circle dinners
from the kitchen Friday. The Little
Church will rehearse Saturday at 5pm. f no!. a'a..t t\" /.A .. ,.

Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Morn- + \1.,... / ....... ,
Worship If a.mr pinner 12-30p.m.: 1
.. ;/Home MJetoni}>ylllKP ducJ'the frp.*q. .', '. 10" ., "' MEN'S POLO SHIRTS, mint STOCK OF

serv Free ce.Canaan True Church of God In I 4.94 2.96 PRINT HANGING SHIRTS

Unity: Prayer Band will meet Monday Vi= I TERRY POLY/COTTON
at 6 p.m. Tarrying Service is set 0 Polyastar' and pofyMMr/cotton blend lie I 3.4 4
Friday at 7 p.m. Regular church service SPS 41 I I III IIIn.3 knit sari with plackat collar or SO*
) ,
V cotton 30% nylon tarry In solid Scraan-prlnlad polyasiar) slightly
is set Sunday at 7 p.m. GIRL SCOUTSby 1Mpa ( I ",/conl,.., trim. both snort stoat** M taparad Styli. Man's S to XL.r .
Free Canaan on the cornet of Oak r i man,SUM S.M.L.XLI'
and Ida Streets, will sponsor a singing Carolyn Eaves N 1
program next Sunday June 17, at 7:30: Phone 94-5812 s wow 1 1.
p.m, The Gospel Kays of Daytona Congratulations to all Bradford ""
Beach will appear, High seniors especially our Girl tr'daRl i 1 + 1 1 1 1

Ml. PiKgah AME Church: 'Sunday Scout seniors.. Laurie Mullins and I ,

.School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 feel sad and proud: sad for the end of 9-SPEEO,20-INCH PAN LETS HAVE A COOKOUTt 10W-30 MOTOR OIL, OT ,
a.m. ACE League meets at 3 p.m. their Girl Scouting and proud for the OUR DISCOUNT *>-l-frCT 'OUR DISCOUNT .. ftIII" OUR DISCOUNT tftJI: -,..
.Evening Worship 6 p.m. All beginning of their Adult Scouting. An- PRICE WASaYTaOw PRICES WEBB UP TO afT7. PRICE WAS ..u l""'" r C4 .,
members are invited to .cooperate drea Eaves Patty Mullins and Irene '
'with this activity. Wainwright started as Brownies 11 17. 73 1.67 54'J I
Mt.Morlah United Methodist years ago; Lynne Johns and .: ;7i
Church I Practice for Children's Day Catherine Schoening 10 years with Sturdy slaal casa with llvaalamtnl 30 0.1 tea cnasl. Vk otHoo Insulatad High datarganl Ml provides y, '. tl ;
began Monday and runs through Friday Lori Shinn joining more recently. blada. tlngarprool tug or 12* barbaoM.grill outstanding ..T.IC..t.5 lamparaturaa N
hard,back unity gralc ,aH graat tor outdoor i Incr-m''.... WESTERN STYLE
at 5 p.m. each day. Sunday Together these young ladies can !PORTRAYS MEN'S'JOOQINO MEN'S POCKET
School 9:30 a.m. The Children's Day add up some 55 years as good Girl ? FOR MEN SHORTS 8-XL T-SHIRTS
program' will be presented at 11 a.m. Scouts. Thanks and again our best to
All Sunday School students are asked each of you. 5.94 1.87 2.94 1.66

to meet Monday after the second Sorry Judy Dukes and Andrea oom>scou t pact cue IMCOUMT Farce DISC ri. CT ,
Sunday for rehearsal of the Father's. Abrams omitted last week. DISCOUNT PRICE WAB...r .. '
Day program. Both wee their 10-year pins at ALL FIRST' QUALITY ..or.uuou wTh rp
Pleasant Grove United Methodist our last meeting. Congratulations.Thanks M first quality S-podM W...- \ d
Church Activities began Tuesdaywith JCo Harry Green's Auto amstyialOO/p..b.Nloops.pock.l./ cotton "witn F/ %

Young Adult Choir rehearsal. Parts D t J.E. Denmark and Dr. CASINO SWIM and ratoiforoad. aUKnmg.man's .. \
Prayer meeting Is held each Wednes- Wm. Marchese for their recent contribution MASK SUPER-MO VINYL SWIM l3 .
day at 7 p.m. Bible Study is held each to Gateway Girl Scout Cover r OR CHILDREN SNORKEL PINS,SMALL ZTxTr AIR MATTRESS l / I
Thursday at 7 p.m. Sunday School 10 cil Sustaining Membership Drive. WAS 1.44
a.m., the only Sunday service. Janet Kimutis and I represented 1.27 1.97 2.99 MEN'S NO-IRON MEN'S 8HORTIE MEN'S
Rev. Willie Stitt has returned from Bradford Neighborhood at Field Con- ouaeucouhTralet DISCOUNT PMCf MC0.14S,UUKM-SSS SoUJ cow trinyl with bUn/ PAJAMAS PAJAMAS TUBE SOCK 9
annual conference and began a new ference last Thursday at Camp' piaow.aaty la Inftata.Ou .
conference year Sunday at both' Chowenwaw. By' the way the new 4.96 66cP.ret
Mt.Moriah and Pleasant Grove churches Pool Is
Big Swimming beautiful.As watts OUH OMCOUMT MCI -amcr wsarr '
this past Sunday June 3. The outgoing Neighborhood chair- '

community welcomes the new:pastor man Janet was presented a pretty 4wrM. I .! MEN S LEarata P r 'r, 1
back. wooden plaque carved in the shape of ':"::L ) HOPSACK CASUAL ;f ,' :'
Antioch Missionary Baptist the trefoil pirr. As incoming co- J WERE
Church: Prayer Meeting Is set Thursday chairmen Laurie and f received the 3 5 93

at 7 p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. red volunteer bar for our uniform. Waahabta. Ngntwaight upparasola _
Morning Worship 11 a.m. The choir Speaker for the meeting was Professor .,., wnh r.p. *.m man's 7-12. :i +
will sing at the Starke Nursing Home John Sutherland from the lAva 1.00 ON M TWO 1-OAL. GIANT SO-INCH .wsa ,
at 2 p.m. Sunday. The pastor and congregation University of Florida; his topic was LSS.CHLORiNE JUGS CHLORINE PLASTIC POOL weReO _QI r EAGLE'S KNIFE
will go to Lawtey at 8 p.m. "Marketing of Girl Scouts." Prof. 46.88 1.99 9.96 .a WORK MEN'S GLOVES PISHIHO OUTFITPISHINO SI ,
for a service. Sutherland was so good Janet and I Jumbo roll of 12S On.-ply
asked him to take a Starke. troop next DISC 'OOC"AI; as sec MiC1 WA..Nf OUKOWCOuWTMCI snaats,Supar W.bancyl JM 1.97 5
fall: he declined.
'"f oat bacdlad raax otm DllCCIUNf PACE out DISCOUNT met
Bonnie Grissett wilt serve as Field
Servicemen Representative for this year. Bonnieis _lMEX p
the outgoing council president and s i'
will really' be able to keep all leaders. O
P\t.Tom ml*William' and .coutslnformed. :; I

Assigned to Helicopter Repair Any troop or, girl who wishes to, "1 f j.- Faa.
make a poster for Neyatl please do so $
Pvt.: Tommie Williams son of Mr. this month' and bring It to me. FINGERTIP f --
and Mrs. Willie L. Fulton of Lawtey Ooodyaar1 ttontfnictlon,
'should have the information .
recently was assigned as a helicopter Everyone ST. MARY'SHANDTOWELS TOWEL :r7"' VINYL TRASH CAN/HAMPER Nash apart man 7-12. PRO DRYER. MAQICV8ES, CLBCTRIC:

repairman with the 7th Infantry Division '.'a:}if. ,not, give me a call. COLORS RUG RUNNERS TO ASP 3 '96 : .-.., "-:>. loan WATTS 3-PAK ALARM CLOCK

at Fort Ord. California. .. f"4., 1.27 2i1 74-; 9.88 1.67 .99
Williams entered the Army (In October *t'5UfRh '. te-4M.can orllli snap-on M orhampwr itP
of 1978.. r. .*;. WASHCLOTHS 1/1 OH wiry,...... OUIOllCOUlO1I1t11CI ,4p r", ,durtbMi. ,III 8Uc. see.racE wet r i "'"'jM' raps unto!!r_ fr

.'"" 1 ),"!" Parachute = _.. .
> v'Terry ,,
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Fox Graduates ,..,,",., .. I
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From Machinist's School ntryLookingFoirFormerMemben .
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Technician ,
Coast Guard Machinery h I. j ,1\1' I" J, .
Third Class Terry W. Fox,'son of Joan. ,510 t /' HCALTM/MAtOT ifl _m,..,_ '." "V' (
Forsyth of. Starke has been aau.......... ,

graduated from Machinery' Technician .. ,OO : 990 ... c c' '. t
VA .Hess aap ..MrS' ,
The 16-week course was conductedat Seeking information concerning the v .
the Coast Guard Reserve. Training-' .. present whereabouts fo any former iWlMSUfr! LADfsS'TUSE SPORT/DUTY STEPINaxm l SHOMACftaOTON 880 OISCOVNTfItIICe nss' ".
Center' Yorktown' Va. Students member of the 568th Parachute Infantry WEAR 2.3 0UIt MAMTOO WAS >**.' ,. .r
received instruction on the Inspection Regiment.Desire DISCOUNT 7.. 8 0 7ya E7, DISCOUNT 5 9-Z 4 oz.It.. wAa Wslia 10 tft.ntuaw of rour tavo/MaAM or Fet.tanrd p.dq .!
servicing and repair of gasolineand to contact those that served PRICI atratcny tubas NTla.. Or* PRICE AMACM *i AQ VMtiflTsW tNumnsMKft VQMfll: rW9pfWrftt. VOlitf MMV -.....,;,' 'f
bps! styta by lop "'...iar Mv.. *ua tar...JOOQINO SHORTS. Son;IrtcoMnad L
vinyl Mppara a
diesel hydraulic with the unit during mj-1943! and are .. T..u.,.. atuioy ptasne M Inet. nandaoma snno> SO-osyaa Tann312 /,
engines palyl.oe.nNa. i5.s-It 'Tarrr-go., '-erapa sola*..In woman.. W. 100'. MM MT i.
systems, steam driven machinery not new memcbers of the 948th P.I.R. _
plus refrigeration:. and ,aff-;, Association,'' '
conditioning equipment. .' Please contact: Robert E..CbiIOIm. W.MadisoRStStarke' Fla.I _
A 1976 graduate of Bradford High.,,\.' P. O. Box,212';'Santa' Teresa' New' _
Fox Joined the Coast Guard In Mexico 88063,concerning the 1979 reu
January urn: nion.

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II At left Bowen confer with Hardy prior to the Tuesday torney for the state Elwell. Herbert and Register "

afternoon resumption of testimony. At right three at discuss strategy. during. the trial. ,,F + ,

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Jury Finds Bowen Innocent.. from page 1

law enforcement? Do any of you feel jury which Indicted Bowen and the where it shouldn't have been, or in so-
your safety or reputation in this area court reporter for the same grand meone's trash can. DeVoe said the
is endangered by your being on this jury. order was given on January 22, at
I jury?" Elwell went on to ask. "The defendant gave repeated false about 4:30: or 5 p.m.and carried out
I "Do you have any complaints about perjurious statements..the Questions the same day.
!, tile law enforcement in Starke Hardy were simple clear and plaln..hls Devoe said he considered: the order
; asked. "Do any of you feel that answer was a positive denial," Elwell serious "because he was the chief
your memory should be as good after told the jury as he opened his prosecu- and I was the patrolman." being acquitted: of 'perjury Tuesday. Bowen Wards listen as Bowen says "I was Innocent and the peo
four years as it could be?" tion. "There was no room for DeVoe said Bowen gave the order to resumed his duties as police! chief at the Starke City Cornpie of Starke have proved that." I
At tile end of the day three white mistake..those were the false he and Scotty Rhoden. who was in the mission meeting. City Attorney Pierce and Clerk Ed-
women one black woman and two answers to the grand Jury. office at the same time.
white men were left. They would be Police Lt. Denton DeVoe, called to Wilbur Waters later testified for the "I just don't want anybody else to Chief Bowen one time. give orders to Elwell later asked him if anyone
the jury. A white man was selected as witness by Elwell. told the jury that defense that he had asked DeVoe to be blamed for It. I felt it was my shoot dogs." told him he had to be there.
alternate.The around January 22, 1975. he, Scotty kill the dog Waters lives near Kelly, responsibility the dog got shot/' "Chief Bowen..asked one of his officers "No. That was my mistake," here
trial began about 9:30: Wednesday Rhoden and Phillip Lyons were sent and he said the dog was a nuisance. Waters said.Waters to shoot dogs. The officer refused
morning when Fagan read the to the home of J.R. Kelly, whose dog Elwell, cross-examining, asked and DeVoe both held the to shoot any dogs or allow any officers "rm'not backing off one bit," he
charge of committing perjury before had been shot. Waters why he didn't shoot the dog same rank when the incident allegedly under him to shoot any dogs." said referring to the grand jury
the grand jury during investigationsof "We already knew what had hap himself. Waters answered he didn't took place. Elwell asked him Ormond testified. He said Bowen's charges which had sent him to court.
charges that officers illegally shot pened" Devoe said. have a small rifle and he knew either DeVoe Waters had any authorityover argument was with Lt. M.L. Sibley. He said after the Kelly dog was killed
stray dogs. How" Elwell asked. DeVoe or someone at the police him. Hardy, during cross-examination ,he told his officers to never shoot a
I# The incidents in referred to in the "Scotty Rhoden shot the dog." department had a .22 rifle He said he "No sir," DeVoe answered. questioned Ormond about an incident dog. .
I trial allegedy took place on and "How do you know" knew a high-powered rifle or shotgun "If he (Waters) ordered. you to, where his son was arrested for That I told them, 'you better not
around January 22, 1975 "I was driving the car when he shot would make too much noise. would you do it?" shooting a dog with a BB gun. Hardy ever, if you did you better not do It
Elwell called six witnesses including the dog" DeVoe answered. Waters had been working at the "No Sir." suggested the incident had caused Or again'."
four police department Devoe testified Bowen told them to police department when the Kelly dog Police dispatcher. Lynn Ormond mond to have ill feelings toward "To go out in a community and kill
employees, a member of the grand shoot the dog (Kelly's) if they saw it was shot later testified he had"once overheard Bowen and that he had promised to dogs at random, it's dangerous"
.- .' '. get even with Bowen. Bowen said.Bowen .
Ormond said he had no ill feelings
toward Bowen, but had been rather said at the time of the grand
'' upset with assistant state attorney jury investigation he was in a strain.
Do You Know About \: /. ><, ,>' '.t Len Register, who attempted to prosecute During the grand jury Investigations -
., ::. : his son until charges were Bowen said he never gave an
dropped, and who was assisting order to shoot dogs. .
: ":;:- : Elwell I in the Bowen trial. "No, I've never given an order like
',, When he took the witness stand that," he said during the the in-
Bowen said he didn't know why Or vestigation.
mond was accusing him. He said he During the trial Bowen was careful
THE BRADFORD PRINTERS :: had tried to help Ormond out by keeping not to say he never gave an order to
him on at the police station. shoot dogs.
'He's handicapped..and he cannot "The same thing I've said all along.
really do the job 1 like the other dispatchers I don't believe I'd give an order like
," Bowen said. that" he answered as. Elwell
Police officer Ricky Bennett also repeatedly asked him if he had
testified he heared the argument bet ordered his men to shoot dogs.
QUICK PRINTING ? ween Bowen and Sibley concerning
shooting dog. ,
"...to start with I wasn't paying
much attention to it, but it became an SERVICEMENStarke :
arugment and Lt. Sibley told Chief
4. Bowen that he nor anybody else would Navy man Serving
IF DOTa.LET US TELL YOU HOW YQ'U shoot any dogs. Chief Bowen told In Mediterraneanby
him, 'you'll shoot them if I tell you PHI John R.Lucas
to'." Bennett said. ; Gary D.Runnells,20, son of Mr and
% CAN PET YOUR CAtiERl DEAD'.1 Bennett wasn't a police officer Mrs. Duane L. Runnels of Route 3. .
r when the incident occured.: but he said Starke. Is a Machinist's Mate ThirdClass
he often rode in the squad cars with aboard the guided missile
'I officers. He testified he stop in at frigate Richard L. Page (FFG-5)
{, fr (TYPEWRITTEN COPY OR PREVIOUSLY PRINTED the station whenever the homeported in Norfolk, Virginia.To .
chance. Runnells, a 1977 graduate of
After' Bennett testified Sibley Bradford High School his )job is as
k COPY WITHOUT CHANGES Printed In A Hurry) testified about the alleged incident important as any on the ship. "As a
saying he was night shift supervisorIn Machinist's Mate I maintain and
? January, 1975 and when he came to repair the ship's propulsion and auxiliary .
.; : the station one afternoon Bowen met machinery," he said "I also
i AT LOW him at the front door, carrying a ,22 help operate the two 8,000 gallon-a-
; rifle ordering him to have some dogs day evaporators which make the
I i shot while he was on duty that even ship's fresh water .
ing. The Page deployed to the Sixth
"'In January, 1975 did you receive. Fleet in January and was one of three.
S. ; ," .i( ; LOVI PRICES an order from Chief Bowen that you Sixth Fleet ships that transited the
did not carry out?" Elwell asked Suez Canal in early March to operate..
'lilt, .J Sibley. in the Indian Ocean area for about a<'
;;- 'fl "Yes Sir." month. The frigate is presently in the
"Why did you deny that order?" Mediterranean S!a. '

''tJJ : COMPARE "Because it is unlawful. I told him Pvt.Rocky Reynolds
': that neither I nor anybody on my staff Earns Parachutist Badge
would shoot any dogs. He told me I FORT BENNING Ga., May 7Pvt.
.. '. would if he told me to." Rocky W. Reynolds whose wife,
Bowen said later"Lane Sibley andI Sylvia, lives in wald ./ ecently
'1 'SAVE have always been at odds. I think he received a Parachutist Badge upon
resents that I'm chief and he's lieute- completion of the thr -week air
nant after we worked side by side so borne course at the U.S. Army Infantry ,
long. Lane and I never have seen eye School, Fort Bennipg. Ga. Q"!
to eye" Bowen later testified. During the first week of training .'
I 1,000 Copies 81/z x11 Witnesses for the defense said they students undergo a rigorous physical'training
never had heard Bowen give an orderto program and receive instruction .
i SUGGESTED COPY PniMTIMG. kill the Kelly dog or any other dogs In the theory of parachuting. I
but could not say whether the order second week they receive practical
1580 had actually been given or not. training by jumping from 34-foot and250foot
Elwell questioned Waters as to towers. The' final week includes
8'h111 CHURCH} BULLETINS, whether he had any motives for testifying live static-line parachute : Ii
in favor of Bowen. Waters said jumps. :'-.:
50 Copies '5.10. he had none. He testified he told Reynolds entered the Army in ;: f
t, CLUB Bowen a few months ago he plans to January of this year. '. '
100 Copies 5.70 ; MINUTES run against him for police chief In the The private's father. Ira Si ;1
200 6.85 ;'> next election and if he wanted Bowen Reynolds lives in Brandon. His 'I
I' Copies' : ,. CLUB BULLETINS out of the way he wouldn't have mother. Mrs. Lois Sullivan, lives .in
300 Copies '8.05 volunteered to testify. Rlvervlew.
"As a city commissioner for the City
9.15 \
400 Copies ?FORM LETTERS \ ": of Starke don't you have an interest
500 Copies '10.25"l' in the outcome of this event" Airman Ro.ell .*, ..
k Elwell asked. Airman Douglas E. Rowell son of
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CVisU .. "No Sir." : ,, Mr. and Mrs. James B. Rowell Sr.,oty j
'. f EMPLOYMENT: FORMS J. :' "You cannot say that the defendantdid Hampton. Fla., has' graduated at
50 Copies 5.15 ...'" ..,. "' .." :. hot order Ricky DeVoe to shoot a Keesler AFB Miss., from the U.S. A\r\\ ;\
100 Copies '5.85. ':,....i .',: ir .. : ;tI: : ', dog can you' "' v Force technical training, course-fort'' ,
'1 ; ;, TTERHEADS "No Sir"Acting morse systems operators. ,"I; .,
I 200 Copies '7.15 : \ \ ., Chief Harold Crews said he Airman Rowell, now skilled in 'the-:;.''

300 Copies '8.40 'Si'; ,,;})..' ; had never been ordered to shoot dogs operation of electronic equipment us; ,
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and he had never heard such an ed to monitor Air Force communicant i'>
400 Copies '9.95 DAILY, .FORMS,.J ETC'r'. ,, r," '"',,,',,:" order. He told Elwell he didn't know lions systems is being assigned to
500 Copies '10.90 i''r ,',,: '.' I '..': :" : ot'f whether any order to shoot dogs had Chlcksands: RAF Station, England. .
been given.In Completion of the course earned the
1,000. Copies M7.90 t. ;', ;.." :t.\.". r::" : "'. :' ,> the grand jury records Bowen Individual credits towards an'asso-r
'. y. .'ti; said former mayor Charles Schaefer elate in' applied science< degree ,;
.''1, I,' .. .' ; ? \'" ..\V : ,\ ';' had told him to shoot dogs one day through the Community College.of the*;.,
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j"'J'I while they stood outside the police Air Force. : .

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.,a : All Prices Based On Franklin OnW Catalog M 4Ch( az.p* A* Prfc.. Ghana ;'. \ :'' ,.,::.'s". ., .;-; ...'. and telling police officer to I
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Bowen order any dogs to be killed. ,tl' t \

( -"iiinui' ii18"18 3VIl1'i1Jli3 f' :::": ;":: i!.;, to testimony Bowen shoot dogs.was about the His the last first alledged witness remark to orders as give he .oao .'',

took the stand was, "I'm very nero In' 1699 1M Massachusetts:
: , .. .y.,..(.,. 1,1r" '." : "' .. \ ., ., vous.'* Puritans fined anyon* caught
: : -" '.< ... j.' :. :.) ,,\'> "I had idea after feasting or loafing ,on
110 ( W. Call St. '" 904.5764 S ,' ',' no they was me.
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BUS Tornadoes Close Spring Football l With Double Loss in Jamboree Play

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For Bradford High School was a linebackers tucked IrwkK playing the ball over to the eager EastsM
/, case of missed oppurtunitta as the middle) which was a complete surprise defense. M
Tornadoes dropped two quarters at to us. That was probably the only A couple minutes later BUS' David
the Spring Jamboree of area AAA defense we hadn't worked on in Sparks got his own pickoff, returning
I' schools at Florida Field In Gainesville practice.! .. they had us confused as to the ball to the 30 with 3:23: to go. A
i last Thursday. who we were supposed to Mock." even yard pass from Bill Goodge to r
BUS just couldn't hang on to the Hume said. The Rams dominated Kenny Clark and a 10 yard fourth and
ball near the goal line as a fumble at BUS' offense, giving up a net total of one keeper by Goodge moved the ballto t A jir
the four and two dropped passes on -. yards rushing on 10 attempts and the 13-first and to. Bennett got the e
the lip of the goal line prevented the Just 4 yards through the air ball to the nine and a Goodge to
Tornadoes from denting the Jonathon Johnson pass took It to the
Scoreboard and beating Santa Fe and "Defensively against Eastslde 1 four-third and one but Bennett was n
Gainesville Eastslde. The Raiders, thought we did a whale of a job." sandwiched the four, fumbling the
with do-everything defensive back- Against Santa Fe the Tornadoeswere ball over to the eager Santa P'e
tight end-running back Dwayne Dixon much more successful on their defense.
leading the way topped Bradford 7-0 snaps of the ball. With John Bennett Neither team did much offensivelyin
in the opening quarter of the event, rushing for 34 markers five carries the BHS-Eastslde quarter with a 26
while Gainesville Eastside took an' and quarterback Bill Goodge going yard run on a fake punt-making the
overtime to beat BHS 6-0. for 20 on five totes and hitting two of Rams total yardage count of 62 yards
"The losing doesn't bother me, we four passes for 18 yards BHS out gain look more impressive than their scoring t
could have doubled up our people like ed the winners by a slim 52 yards to 47 crew was against the Randy
we'll have to do during the season and margin. It was the fumble that kept Thompson-Danny Hildebran led Tornado -
won the games but we did the same the Tornadoes from playing two over stoppers. h.
thing most of the other teams doplayas time contests.: The punt fake came midway
many people as we can get on the After a Dixon interception the through a listless quarter and broughtthe y
field." said Tornado Coach David Raiders took the ball in from the BHS Rams Into BHS territory where
Hurse as he shuffled through pads 34 in eight plays on their second they quickly stalled. BUS never had a ..
and helmets being Inventoried and possession The conversion kick madeit shot to score in regulation with their.if
packed up for the Summer, "After it longest gain from scrimmage before ll
checking out the movies we can see A couple minutes later BHS' David overtime being two yard run. SO and N

we just didn't play well at all against Sparks got his own pickoff returningthe 39 yard punts by David Sparks and Interceptions ." __ .. .. .. ... .. .. ", ... "". -
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Santa Fe. Of course the fumble spoiled ball to the 30 with 3:23: to go. A by Sparks his second)
our chance to score but our overall seven yard pass from Bill Goodge to and the ball popped" free" center (on thin goal' line play
execution In the backfield left a little Kenny Clark and a 10 yard fourth and bay. Santa Fe the Tornadoes hopes or winning a Jam I
to be desired."He explained that faulty one keeper by Goodge moved the ball Iri .. quarter against the Raiders were lout.
footwork and execution was the to the 13-flrst and 10. Bennett got the first.
main nemesis of smooth backfield ball to the nine and a Goodge to one
success. Jonathon Johnson pass took it to the but the leading Tornado tackler The same among the young players who were
"Eastslde came out with a split 40 four-third and one but Bennett was ': i two coaches praised the play of tutored Thursday night
defense (tackles split wide with two sandwiched at the four, fumbling the the ( freshmen Mark Crews, Jeff Lawson, The Tornadoes will now break for
have ? of Chuck Williams Bruce R hberg. and the summer after hearing Hurse emphasize
on at sophomore Kenny Massey in their individual and pas,-group)
sack : first jamboree experience and Horse workouts. Fall practice will open
counted frosh quarterback Scott Allen August IS.Keystone's .
[[ SPUHTjSUPI'LEMENT ] cond the

j : Union'sDillow TabbedNorthSouth 'I

1 J': TOFIgt BaseballLake
4 Butler TOby uuiow. me ace
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...M"'." .... pitcher for Union County High School
t :. for the past three years, recieved yet
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ru 1l } u ___ another honor last week when he was
,', I A HO chosen to play in Florida's North-
South High School l All-Star Baseball
\ ,j ::ti'-: .. The Lake RegionMonitor (: Game set for Thursday, June 21. at
\ : ," Tinker Field in Orlando.
Dillow, who was nominated by Nor
j : t 11' AND 1 theast Florida Coaches and then
.. + chosen by coaches from all over
: ;: The Union County Times ,i i.v North Florida, was instrumental in

.... I. ; the Tiger's Regional and District
) 1 s June 7, 1979 ; Championship efforts this year' winning
11 games while losing lour with a
.... 2.30 earned run average on the mound
.. and playing center field and short-

Y stop.His three year record at UCHS was

' r ; 3410."I hope they give me a chance to
pitch down there." said Dillow one of
18 North players who will practice
: ; twice on Wednesday before (the game
: : : and then once on game day, "1

haven't been throwing strikes lately d r 4
1 ., (Cln American Legion play)u so I hope
i I'm throwing good by: then,
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, District "Basebalf Most ;
"IBj" Valuable Player by the Florida
Coaches Association and was pickedfor
k the All-Suwanee Conference team ____n__. __ '..- .. ---' -. -. .--
) In and to the Gainesville Sun's 2nd team I'nlon'N Toby Oillow a* a Post 20} '
All-Area unit. legion player I


TO HELP at a- Karen Crosier

2nd "Best Overall" Winner ._

In Cypress Garden SkiingSixteen

Sorvlco'A _mn __ .year old_ Karen_ Crosier of Keystone Heights has returned from
ESTIUS the' 28th Annual All American Ski
Tournament held in Cypress Gardens
last weekend as ,,the number two I
"Best Overall" competitor in the
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South bf lz/ r. Crosier was the youngest in thewoman's '" : .
division and was entered in r ': ;'"
LOllY NeUIS:... P8IVE-IH RIDS all three events. (Jump, trick: and j ':q; a

; Mon. Tues. Thurs. 9 A.M. 2 P.M I ?Mon. Tue. Wed. YOU BUY slalom ing and third second slalom.place in jump. 9 \""1'" ,;,'!.1

;: I Wed. 9 A.M. To 12 Noon I 7 A.M. To 3:30, P.* r ,t! .
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events and received high points shej j t; ,*' ::< i
*X Saturda 9-12 A.M. BURGER was awarded second: place "Best t f', r.?: F-v.vl: I
Overall", ; *:; \
Usbeth Grabowski from Denmark '. "' i
COMMUNITY FrS who currently holds the !
fc I Thurs Scandinavian ; ;- : ''
S Woman's record in slalom and jump '" ,,
n .,\ Sat.. Sun. .. InC took another first in Jumpinga ;t '. ,' 1 l':; '
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94f- DelRay Beach won first place In the rl,1" "'' .

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--- -- over the weekend to see the tournament :,,,
it.will be aired on cable television i ', \0
New Fashioned Banking With "O/cte Fashioned some time in August,...to low. anv--, ;';: 1"' (".
nounced later).

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1l --= ]BHS Pair Sign bcliolarships ;'? --

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:, II Griffith Will Keep on Running at SFCC

just decided it would be better South Classic In Orlando-an all star ;-
J running (with Johnson at the hJm meet of sorts including high school y et ,
cross Fe... and with the smaller runners from eight states- Cindy sail ), f AIi '

in her 1 think 1 might get better ed to her best mile time of her career '?

the next than 1 would at a big state to place sixth. Her SI: 11.2 clocking reset -

j out of a / her old school record for the }
distance. Just two days before that I I Ih Ir
Last was called "one of the she had covered the three mile G, ti t s tri i

jI' 1. of athletes Bradford High has Nutrional Fun Run for Sunland ,,

over two scholarship."I had or will have" at the recent (Gainesville) in 18:06 to place second
I ly signed sports banquet by Girls Track overall in the women's division. Her

grant Grover Howard. That accolade next run could be in the AAU Area Jr

lege of despite an appendectomy and Olympics track meet in Jacksonville

t Cindy Crimih wear' the sixth place a eight week layoff which June 1213. ,,

mf'diliand thetee-Nhirthetook home gram Griffith's senior season. She "I want to thank Tony Lawson for

from la"l wrrkrnd', Golden South Johnson placed fifth in the mile 880 yard his encouragement in the Fun Run. I
'Ukxlc track meet In Orlando. team and 2-mile at AAA state as a think that carried over and helped me

The Lady Tornado senior Hill, Marl was This year she was eighth in the in the Golden South Classic too." II ,I Ia

running for Santa Ke Community College mile. Griffith starts school at SFCC
In a979! -ae. full-ride weekends ago in the Golden September 9.

._ Softball I Baseball II Norman Takes Bat & Glove to St. John'sBradford II L.iiii 'k _ 1 V, _

High School's Jeffery Tindle has been the only baseball Norman said. The'son of Buddy and -__ _____-
j Registration Open Norman the leading hitter and second boss SJCC has ever had fashioning a Sandra Norman of Starke played
., best percentage fielder on BHS' 142-129 mark at the school with three third base and center field for BHS BUM Baseball ('oach11.: .* Hartley watches Tornado !Most Out.tandltM{

: :Mm and w, inrn are Mill nrrdril In Region and District champion state champions. BUS (Head Coach but expects to be a left fielder at St. baseball award winner Jeffery Norman reenact till signing with St. Johns Community -

*in| up for he Kr\Hlnnr Itrrreul baseball team has become the first Mike Hartley pitched for Tindle on Johns. He was named Most Outstanding College of Palatka.Registration I

AsMK-Utioit < Klt.\) softball and Tornado male athlete to sign a college the 1972 and 1973 Viking teams. This player on the Tornado club

hiiM-hiill Iranm.ApulUallnnH athletic scholarship this year. year SJCC finished around the .500 which Hartly said "turned the Brad-
lire Mill atailjlilr lo mark with a 16-9 start being ford High baseball program around" for Starke Recreation :.

: adult oleo and wninrn for Junior or Norman who hit .422 with 35 hits. 30 hampered by second half injury rash with its 13-13 season capped by an

Senior Irani al Itlfhard'H Murder runs batted in. two home runs and upset win in the District playoffs and Registration for the Starke Recrea- league) on Tuesdays! Wednesday'*;}
Hut. lltt> IIM Mm! or Top of the seven doubles this season inked a full "He (Tindle) told me we'd be then a win over Ocala Forest in the tion Department's summer recreation and Thursdays: Tennis on Monday

llatHliii-li.' corner of Lawrrncp IIId. grunt package with St. John's Community graduating just two people after my Region II title game. Norman also programs will be held June 11-12 and Wednesday morning: und huvr

mid Orrliir 1"ldt., Shell Ml. College Palatka and Viking freshman year so we ought to be" has been named to the Gainesville at the Pratt Street Recreation Center have a recreation program from "

I'lruHi'" turn In uppliruliitiiH titHIIXIII I lead Coach John C Tindle. strong for my sophomore season. Sun's All-Area team. from 8:30: a.m. to 5:30: p.m. each day. a.m. lo noon' nn TUl'lldaand Thurs

IhmahiMiiir mail it to l'.(). lti..\ The age group recreation programswill day mornings. Activities for the older
,;l 11..: Kr>stone height. Kl. :I f56; include T-ball baseball and soft- group will include Tlnikling. u con',

ball for youngsters as well as indoor temporary dance requiring| ( dancers

i games a Jog-a-thon. and other to< step between two bamboo p liti
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assorted activities this summer according handled by other participants: u jllJa.lhon '-

to Starke Recreation Director :: Indoor relays; a table tennfc*

Cheryl Godwin. tournament: and both disco and iildiirgoldie

Youngsters aged 4-6 will have duncing. :
YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE T-Ball Softball Monday mornings Fridays will tie special days fur nil

from 9-11 a.m. as well as a Tiny Tot groups with outdoor field days, a field

Indoor program on !Mondays trip Marineluml.: a game show day

: Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:30: and tubing down the Itchctui-knee! 119!

GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST a.m.-noon. Indoor activities will include the agenda {

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KH Post 202 Sweeps DoubleheaderThe


Post 302 baseball club of listeners and his team at the luncheon G'ville botched a plckoff play In the Dickinson chased Pridften home with
Keystone Heights treated major college but Gainesville paved the way fifth to make it 6-1. The winner's final a double against loser Alan Emus
diamond coaches Jay Bergman for the KH sweep by committing tally came when McDavid doubled
of Florida and Jim Ward of Stetson at seven errors along with a handful ol and Northrup singled him home in the KH grabbed a one run lead In the second
Post 202's League KIckoff Luncheon wild pitches.In fifth. when Bostick led off with asingle
Tuesday afternoon-and then went out Las and scored on Dillow's safety
and gave the coaches a baseball show the first game the visitors outhit s.I.w.a ,.... Gainesville came back to tie the contest -
r : w l h with a doubleheader sweep of Keystone 8-1 but two of the KH hits In the nightcap a two run sixth Inn- In their half of the fourth with only
lr i Gainesville in the evening Tuesday. were for extra bases and all were Ing gave Keystone and Dillow the victory a dazzling play by Pridgen In left
timely. Gainesville led early when With the score tied at 2.2 Post keeping KH even. After David Can-
After the midday hambuiaer'steak Ricky Dale singled Mark Wright 202 rallied with Stovall singling and non sacrificed Loony Mathis home to
and potatoe meal spiced with home In the top of the first but KH scoring on a an error off Dlllow's bat. tie things at 2-2 Gainesville had runners
coaches speeches at the Homestead evened the count In the bottom of the Toby stole second, went to third on at second and third with two
Restaurant in Keystone Post 202 frame with Eddie Dyal walking and another error, and crossed on Bob outs. Pridgen then wheeled to the
throttled Gainesville 7.1 and 42. The scoring on two wild pitches.In Hemme's sacrifice fly to make It 4-2 fence to run down a line shot off the
Keystone pitcher Clark Slovall helped himself with this. play on a chopper dow wins started KH's league season off against loser. The lefty from Lake bat of Randy Chambers to squelch the
the third bate line Tuesday on the right track moving Pod 202 to the home side's third two infield Butler then set the visitors down to Gainesville rally.
Grady Bostlck watches the play to first"..ma. Shawn Prttchard.Post : 2-0 in the league, 3-3-1 oyerall. errors put Dillow and Mark Pridgenon preserve the sweep.Gainesville Keith Northrup didn't figure in the
In and after Bob Hemme was Inten- led early in this game scoring for KH but had two hits In
was a key the sweep as
tionally passed Chuck Dickinson also, as Wright scored on a fielder's three at bats.
Keystone lefties Clark StovaU, 2-0,
made G'ville pay for the move with a choice In the top of the first. Again KH ,
and Dillow turned in rr
Toby 1-0, complete -
202 BaseballersHold wins, 15 hits 2-RBI single past third base. After knotted the score in their first up as ...-e.. as
game scattering by Richard McDavid hit
was by pitch
: the GaiOJbville
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Northrup doubled to left to plate
"We beat them four times out of two more runs, giving KH a comman- '-
four last year so we know they'll come ding 5-1 advantage against loser Scott -
Kick-Off Luncheon in here fired up tonight." Post 202 Douglas)
Coach John McCulliugh had warned Grady Bostick came home when

Keystone Height's Post 202 baseball It who go on to play professional
team, its coaching staff,and the local baseball."
I American Legion Post members Ward took the podium after a glowing M Big Catch I
celebrated the opening of another introduction by Keystone Head '"
Summer baseball season with a Coach John McCullough who played Douglas M.Cray of
league Kickoff luncheon featuring college ball at Stetson from 1964-68 Stark caught this
two state college baseball coaches and is now an active supporter and 10-pound 2-ounc
Tuesday. recruiting helper for' the Deland y
university. large mouth bass In
Coaches Jay Bergman of the laic. while
University of Florida and Jim Wardof "Coach Ward has taken he Stetson Nt Orange y
Stetson were on hand for Tuesday's program from a mediocre, which it fishing with the Brad-
luncheon at the Homestead was when I was there, to one that Is r ford Bassmastors +
Restaurant in Keystone. Both com- competitive'' at the major college r Club. Th. bass
mended the Post 202 program and level." McCullough said, noting that
gave advice to the players in the au- Stetson has never had a losing seasonIn for on eight-Inch
dience before talking briefly about the 11 years Ward has been at the Black Grape plastic ,
their college baseball programs Hatter helm. 1 worm. Cray aid all

"It's to like "To be a great baseball player I the
great see a community fishing goar he :
this that's civic-oriented.. and I don'tthink think you have to be in good baseball
atmosphere and that's what you was using come from
any greater to get
involved with the youth of way your com- fellows have here in Keystone with \HL The Flshln Shock of
Coach and his fine staff.
than the McCullough
munity American Legion Starko. :
baseball program like you're doing Ward told the players. In the way of
here." said after advice Ward played up the impact
Bergman being
by Post 202 Assistant Coach- Nautilus weight training has had on University of Florida baseball coach Jay Bergman and Stetson baseball coach ,
.Jack Eckdahl. The highly successful players at Stetson and also gave a Jim Ward accept plaques' given them by Poet 202 Commander Art Wheeler at n ,
3-pronged rule of thumb for good Tuesday's luncheon. ,
.:UF coach went on to emphasize the :
need to work on Individual conditioning-I Get the proper
amount of rest ("Rest is undented,
: weaknesses the and
to players
: reminded them "that a lot of times its you're in best condition of your life UC, KH Players Are All Conference Picks
the guys who nobody thinks will make right now but you need enough rest"), u ..
2) get proper nutrition, 3) don't Five players from the Conference, all were Honorable Mention con-
dissipate with drugs, alchohol, or District, and Regional champion ference choices for Keystone.
I'd be the first to admit we
smoking. Union and three
County High Tigers
:Pop Warner Tryouts have kids that do these things but it's players from Keystone High's 22-9
: the ones who are dedicated who will baseball team were named to Uu
make the sacrifices.In First Team All-Star teams for theft
-For CheerleaderSet they describing recruit Bergman the kind said of players loyaltywas respective conferences. AFTER 25 YEARSGEM

a key factor he looked for in Tigers named to the AU-Suwannee
potential Gators while Ward repeatedthat Conference team were: senior pitcher
{ in Keystone Hts.Tryouts strength was an important factorin Toby Dillow, catcher Jon Pritchett JEWELRY STARKE FLORIDA :
surviving the $5-60 game college shortstop David Barber,
: :, '; ''Seasons' .' Tommy Honour ,and,outfIelder -- .-' \- .
..., or Pop ",
xi CheyrieadttJ be J.requl Warner McCullough al1i)' >e*4'thumbnailj/ .., Larry "FUp" Fleming. 109' E. Call 'St. y t
sketch of Post 202's ballclub and the' Keystone Indians landing berths on
=year A clinic sponsored by the Clay North Florida legion league which, the All-Florida Crown Conference I
: County Center for Community Educa has this year been expanded to eight team were: soph pitcher Clark
: tion and Keystone Recreation teams. "We've got 16 guys back but Stovall, senior outfielder Carl Hag- GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE
: Association (KRA) will be held June we're still a young team with young glund and first baseman. Chuck
: 18.22 from 6 td 8 p.m. pitchers." McCullough said after Dickinson.
:. Tryouts will be held at 8:30: p.m., describing the league as "probablythe Bob Hemme, Mike Richardson, j
June 22. It is not a requirement to at- most competitive in the state."He Richard McDavid, and Mark Pridgen l l l BUY NOW FORGRADUATION
: tend the clinic in order to try out for said Post 233,Jacksonville's new out- DOORS CLOSE :
=- the squad however the girls will be fit which Includes players like University -
: judged on specific cheers, cart Christian pitcher Storm Davis Pop Warner Football ;
wheels, splits and jumps. It is to their and former Bishop Kenny stars,"was FOREVER SAT. ; a YES EVEN ;
: advantage to attend, according to already claiming the title before they .
Sherry Dykes, teacher of the clinic. even played a game." Meeting Set July 19 June 9th 7 PM CHRISTMASesatitK :
The cost of the clinic will be $3 per John Grimm, the tournament coor-
child. If you are unable to pay this fee, dinator for Post 202's second 4th of July Keystone Recreation Association
: you Can apply for a tuition waiver American Legion Baseball Tournament (KRA) Is having a Pop Warner Foot-
through the county. gave a progress report on the ball
meeting Thursday, July 19, at .
A meeting will be held Monday. upcoming: event,reporting that a golf 7:30 p.m. in the KH. Elementary
June 11,at 7:30: p m. in the high school tournament to be run in conjunctionwith cafeteria. SALE NDS
: cafeteria for all parents and children the diamond tourney should help =
:. interested in this clinic and especially the expanded six team tourney draw Application will be made available .
:- for those Interested in becoming a more major league and college at this meeting but should be obtained -
Pop Warner Cheerleader. A number scouts. ahead of time at Richard's Burger
of changes have been made this year "We could have more major league Hutt Tasty Place, Keystone State I
:. in the cheerleading program and will scouts at this tourney than most Bank or Guaranty Federal. SAT. JUNE9th1PM
: be discussed at this meeting.The legion teams have fans." Grimm
sponsors of the three squads predicted after running down the field Applications will not be accepted .
will be there to answer any questions of defending league champ Deland, after this date because physical exams
you may have. Gainesville, defending tourney titlist and other such criteria will take
For more information,contact Mrs. Tallahassee Athens, Georgia, and a
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,i Wrestling Bout set Tonight at BHSTelevision ;.I KRA DY All-Stars Picked \ I

wrestling celebrities like I wrestling card set up to benefit the 8:30 p.m.at the Bradford High School The Keystone Kecrection Association Porter Lee Peoples. Richie Vey,
Mike Graham Killer Karl Kox and Bradford Might School athletic gymnasium. has announced the names of the Tony Raleigh Mike Chapman. Greg
I Thor the Viking will be doing their department. players who will be competing on the Garrison and Robbie Graziano.
thing in Starke tonight on a pro Wrestling Is set to get underway at Championship Wrestling From association's two Dixie Youth All Star Both teams will be competing 'in
Florida Inc. is baling a special Baseball teams district tournaments double eUmina-(
challenge match between "former Selected for the minor league team Uon) in MMdleburg while the okfcr
II SG& CC Club 23-24 friends Jim Garvin and Killer Karl ((8,' and 10 year olds) are Tim team has an opportunity to advamf
Championship Kox as the main event along with a I Strickland, Chris Allen Keith Com to the state championship they win-
U.S. tag team title match with Mike bass. Jason Jennings Paul Akridge. the district fide .
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The Club Championship golf another will be awarded in Graham 'and Steve Kern defending Lance Eckdahl Sam Gardner. Don The minor league
I tourney and dinner at Starke Golf and prizes the numberof their title against The Magnificent John McCullougn. Mark Walrath. begins on July 6 and tournament
Country Club have been set for Saturday each flight. depending on Moroco and King Curtis. Other matches Alan Kelly. Doug Carter Derrell begin on June 22. Larry Home u
f and Sunday June 23.24.. entries.A on the card include: Thor the Keaton Dwln Horne David Horne manager. Other teams in the tournament .
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I flights with club handicaps used, with a dance to follow for golfers and and Jerry Brisco against Killer Kahn Hardee Mike Keaton. Terry iUrvin. begin on July 16 and practice starts on
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\ I 1. TENNIS TRIVIA: Hampton Academy Softball_ ChampThe r

... Hampton Christian Academy Hampton got to ute piayotn ay
; '/ : compiling a 6-1 league record. They
toys softball team won the state
, ". >Who I U the youngest .LLe al pe'eJd e4s championship for Christian beat Pine Level 14-10 and 11-1
player ever to play at : Holllater 19-15.St. Augustin>>O.> and
ueyas tt AJUG 0'1. Academies for the third year in a row
.. > I'I+ Wtmbladon? 'UI\'V' RoUIL fUMY: with a win last Thursday.HCA's Palatka 194 and setback IW.with the toss a
.' .0..rr'ater's 14 Inning 10.11 toHoillster.
Patriots Heritage
ran over
the the team hit .570 with2IHR'
Orange Park by a 41-6 score In the title and year 149 RBI'S. Hello hit .750
; of Starke Wins in PerryWater's. Charles Hutto busted three
,ry Who I I. the all-time game. batted In with 9 HR'a and 23 RBI'a, Contois hit
home and had
still unbeaten In Stark Charlie Green made it a clean money-winner for match playing ? with six runs hits in seven 10 at runs bats Thurs- Tim.704. Donate Smith had 4 HR's, and w
: on's Open Softball League play sweep for Water's, winning the Most a single tennis ,, day. Also contributing to the attack Glidden was second In RBI's with
handled everybody they played at aslowipltch Valuable Player trophy by hitting.043 'ItA were DonnIe Smith, 3-5 with 2 HR'S 19. 41
= tournament In Perry this with 5 HR's and some outstanding awl ul IIqW03MeN aqorieaq and 4 RBI'; Lonnie Smith e- past weekend defensive plays in left field. Teamate eq usgss fli6t "I HR and 4 RBI's; Donnie Brown 54,4 starters so HCA Is expecting another
:.ii7rhe. Starke club won four straight Brian Johns was Green's biggest 000'004E uoM IUOUUOO"wwtt RBI's; and Bobby Contois 4-5, 4 strong ballclub next year.
games in the tourney to wrap up the competition for the award,hitting at a 1T411MSKv RBI's.
title. They topped the Perry All stars .888 pace with 5 HR's for the weekend.
.:-80-10 their first time out, then beat Registration For Tennis Tournament Announced for KII
'American Fitness (Omegas) of Water's had six other players.
v Jacksonville 19-9 and Gayles Jewelry .500Tommy Wise.700.Larry Mercer Registration for the fourth ed doubles will! be division, $7.50 for two divisions For additional information -
Perry's top team, 24-12, before shutting .688,Joey Bennett.643 Danny McKIn- annual Our Country Day ten- June 23, 24, and 30 then July and$10 for three divisions. please contact Judy
down Bellflower Marine 8-1 in the ny .529. and Emmett Akridge 4-4. nis tournament will be open 1 and 4 on the city courts. .There will be a limited Thacker at 473-2177. 4732614or
Championship until June 8 at city hall. number of entries in each Adrienne Saenz at
game .1000. Singles, doubles and mix Entry fees are $5 for one division. 473-2354.

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Jacksonville according to Bradford
Middle School P.E. Coach and
Roadrunner club Coach George ,
SAVE 3O Loper.
The Area meet Is the first stage in a
HICKORY SWEET series that qualifies runners aged
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which was televised from Lincoln
SLICED BACONSAVE Nebraska last year. Runners
compete in five age Itroup -09-and
( 12-13. 14-IS and 16-17.
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I'' Area Sports Roundup far Bradford and L/n/on/ Coihfy and fhe ,Lake'!Reg/on/ ',' ea'" \: ; '> I : ,' I

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q contested series after VB took the
Denton Devoe 1-2 MR; Randall Mad St. 17-Hope 15 (Fri
Starke the two.
; Worth Sps. Men'sRMC Union DYMa/or/ Thomas 3-4. Madison Street-Gary Osteen 3-4.2 opening matchup between Bradford Fur
The Bullets over
Sr. Boys-Mike Twton 2-3; Bill 38' 28 Charles Blalock 3-4; 2 2B'i;
; third
UC Generals Raiford Blue Jays'Murphy ChurchGrace niture similarly put .r lock on
Women's 2-4 SB Glen Gnann
Goodge 2-4 2B.
continued to command the se- ; Ralph MOrgan 3-4; C. Martin 2-3; for that team.
cond hall lead of the Worthington Spr- Michael Andrew 2 2B's. place
Softball with two 2 HR's; Jimmy Waters HR; Baptist broke close 8r.BoYIl5-Rebelsl0 (Wed) 3-5 Martin
Men's ,
League Taylor
ings Ur.a Hope-Mike ;
Nathan Griffis 3B Marvin Mann win- Bullets 2 (Tues)
Domino 28
wins last week running their second ; game with a four run and Boys-Jeffery Norman 3-4. HR; Hersey M, 2B; Frank Swindell 2B, 2 -
half record to 4-0. ning handed Hope Baptist its first loss of Jerry Blalock 3-4, SB; Marcus Cruce RS. Domino'sBetty Hudson HR.3 BB;
Timely hitting and defense enabled pitcher. the year in Women' Softball Monday 2-4 HR. 26.RebelsDavid. Marian Walmsley 3-3 2B; Kathy

Worthington Springs to win their first night. Gaines 2-3, Randall K. Lake*-Pine Level Thur) Whitehead 4-5; Carnell Williams 2-4,
game of the season in Thursdaynight'a The game left Hope, 6-1 Just one- Gasklns 23. Kingsley Lake-Donald Ennl 2-3 22B' 2B; Leasure 2-3; Judy Broughton 3-3;

action while RMC rousted Oak Starke DYM/noc/ half game ahead of Grace Baptist *: Curtis Crawford 2-3 HR; Den- Cassandra Johnson 23.Broughton' .
Grove to take the undefeated title for 6-2 with the season coming to a close Water's20-LWCI 11 (Wed) nis Crawford 24. Bullets- Broughton
the first half of Softball play. The Indians were handed their first next week. Water's-Charlie Green 5-5,2 HR', Pine Level-Randy Gonzalez 1-2 1-1. C.W. Kerson 1-1, M. Felton 12.

loss of the second half by the Twins 2B; Brian Johns 4-4, 2 HR's, Danny with only RS.
Crews Bldg. I.-Oak Grove II (Tues. Monday night but still managed to Grace 10--Hope Mon Mckinney 2 38's.LWCIJohn Fla Bank 12- Brad. Furn.3 (Tues.) I

rew8"Joe Branj>en. 4 hits; Jerry hold on to first place In the Starke DY Grace-Sherri Johns 3-4; Tracy Wright 3-4. 2 2B's; Standings W-L Florida BankCarolyn Redding :
Whitehead. Bill Delaney 2 hits. \Mlnor League when the Lawtey George 2-4. 2B; Candace Costello 2B. Jerome Howell 2-3, HR. Northside Baptist 11-0 3-5.2 HR one a grand slam; Edith w

Oak Grove-Clarence Seay 3 hits, Rangers and Tigers played to an 8-8 Hope-Barbara Hinson 2-4; Diane Kingsley Lake Baptist 8-3 Sapp 3-5 2B; Harriet Duncan 35. 1 Z
HR; Jimmy Thomas, HR.W.Spgs.22Raiford tie the same night in Lawtey. Loper and Shirley Boone 1.2.StEdward's2oFBap4 Businessmen Misfits S (Wed) Hope Baptist 7-3 Bradford FurnitureMarian B. 33.
Sandra Paula Anderson, F. 1
St. Businessmen-Randy Corbin 3-4 Pine Level Baptist 6-4 ,
S (Thurs.): Twin Indians S (Mon) (Mon) IHR, SB; Dale Haas 23. Madison Street Baptist 5-5 Whitaker each 1.3 and 1 RS. :

(WSpgs.H.) Euford: 4 hits; B. Morton Twins-(scored 5 runs in sixth to St. Edward's-Sherry Haley 5-5, 2 Misfits-Fred Wheeler 2-3. HR; First Methodist 2-9
: 2 dbls.; Martin Seay: 1 hr. winDude) Paladins 4-4j; Tim Lewis 2B's; Dawn Schoening 3-4 2 2B's; Mark Graudons 2-3. First Baptist 2-9 Bullets JI Brad. Furn.2 (Thur)
I (Raiford) Harvey Smith 4 for 4. 1-2; Drew Davis and David Williams Sharon Dewey 2-4 2B. ., ; Calvary Baptist 1-9 Bullets-Mary Felton 2-2, 2 HR'liGiny ;
I I.... First Baptist-Carol Geiger 2B; Standings \V-L Kilby-., 4 RS; Cathy McAlpine

RMC l7-OakGrove4Thurs.): Indians-Richie O'Steen 3-4; Hal Becky Cooper 12. Water's 13-0 3-3--
$;, (RMCD.) Wheeler 4 for 4; T. Wood 2-4 2B. Starke Businessmen 9-3 Starke Vvvradford! Furniture-Sandra" Darley
I : Whitehead. 2 hrs.; B.R. Smith Mar- Standings MM. Misfits 6-6 ;:n.' ,',". Whltak' ,..
vin Tomlinson Fred demons 1 hr. L. Rangers Tigers 8 Tie (Mon) Hope Baptist 6-1 LWCI 5-6 Women's Open .; '." ,., .
each. (O.Grove) Pete Delgado 2 hits. Lawtey Rangers-Silas Jenkins 2B, Grace Baptist 6-2 Sr. Boys 4-10 .;t> '
2 RS; Allen Wood HR 3B,2 RS; Kim St. Edwards Catholic !,2. Rebels 0-12( The Domino's all but clinched 7n ,

RMC 37-Raiford 1- (Thurs.): Gowens 1-1, 3 BB's.TigersBrad First Baptist ; 1.7 defense of their Women' Open league '
(RMCG. Raulerson, M. Tomlinson 5 Green HR; Richie .iS t 1"" title in Starke with an 18-7 win over l' It

hits with one homer each; F. Taylor 2 IB's; Jimmy Wilson 2B. ,;:; i Starke prime challenger Florida Bank and a 'm "Or', pg.BBUnion .
demons. Bo Johns T. Whitehead. 4 Starke followup win over Broughton' T151a

hits. Whitehead with a grand slam Twins la.Tigers (Fri Men's ChurchNorthside Bullets last week.
Clemons with one homer; G. Gordon Twins-Tim Lewis 2B; Drew Davis The win over Florida Bank was the
one homer. (Ratf.W. Rogers and M. 2B; Dude Paladino I-lj; Dewey Men's OpenWater's Domino's fourth straight In that hotly

Gordon hitting for Raiford. Williams 2 RS; Justin Williams 2B Richie 13. banged five home runs in game of the week Baptist to move won into its only first .....- T." ... .." II/elOD1_"" I,' ,...1 ....,..<, mill
Averages based on 10 A/B's Tigers-Brad Green 2-3 Burchick, ; and the fourth and fifth innings to shake place while Hope Baptist fell out of -
In First Half of Play Taylor 3B; James off a serious challenge from the second the top two in the league for the first
i I Kristin Alday 12. Starke Businessmen Tuesday I Want Ads1J I
Timmy Whitehead, RMC .800 place? time this season last week. County :
Dick Wheeler. RMC .786 Indians 13-Phillies4 (Thur) night.SB Madison Street upset Hope in a
Harvey Smith. Raiford .727 Indians-Chris Douglas 2-4 David jumped out to a 6-0 lead as J.J. 16-14 slufgest and Kingsley Lake took ..... ,
Joe Brannen.Crews .700 Duffy Kevin Blankenship, Chet Nor Wheeler lost two balls but undefeatedWater's full advantage winning twice to slide ; 'f i ,; i'h s Wl..c"'; (

Doug Barnett. Oak G. .636 man, Jason Huggins 2 RS each. came back with their own into the runnerup position. l : --__ "...', ..... I i i7I1SIX ( / \
home run bats to run their perfect . .. .. .,
Marvin Tomlinson, RMC .625 Phillies-Dale Brown '3B; Gary K.Lake Methodist 14 (Tues.) : : .... ,
mark to 130. In other StarkeMen's
Gene Kaulrraon. RMC .625 Wise Chuck Coburn Chris Johnstonall league action the Misfits edged out the Kingsley Lake Baptist20 hits: 1M JEEP WAGONEERFour MAINES INSURANCE AGINCYl OUNCF contour Coca-
Harold Esford. WSpgs. .615 12. That the Dennis Crawford 3-4, 3B, HR; wheel drive; mud grip tires; 160 S. Lake Ave.. lake Cola bottle from lake
Billy Ray Smith RMC .588 Sr. Boys 10-9(third Tuesday. ahead kept of Dwayne Hardee 2-4.2B. HR; Randall good engine, transmission, Butler' 496-3978. Complete Butler Florida. Will pay
in .
Bill Barton. Crews .571 L. Rangers 13-Twins 5 (Wed) Misfits place, just Crawford 3-4. Broderick Crawford etc Fair body. 119,000 Insurance Service. $20.00. Wm. F Seifert P.O.
Lawtey Rangers-Timmy Smith 3B, LWCI. 3-4. miles. $1295. Call 431-1114. EVERYONE IS INSURABLE I Box 6222 St. Petersburg
Men's League Standings for First 2 IB's, 4 RS; Jamie Crews RS; Ken- (Mon) First Methodist- hits: Donnie after 5 p.m. tfpd 3/24. Immediate coverage by Beach Florida' 33736. 5/24
Half neth Norman. Billy Gault and Robert Water'sg.St.Bus.1 Thornton 2-3, Pat Mundorff 45. MOVING SALEiBeglnnlng, phone. JOE USHER AGEN !Std A/51
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Water's-Charlie Green 2-3 2 HR's ,
; 2 until CY. "
June 496-2126
Saturday, or 496.2903.COOKS
Starling IB and 1 RS each. and ; :. :,:., .
RMC 4-0) Twins-Justin Williams and Drew Danny McKinney Joey Bennett Pine Level 15.F.Baptist 11 (Tues.) everything ,Is sold. Toots, : ';' '. : \ 'R..fFPJ : I,
Ricky Bennett 2-3, HR each; Ellis furniture, clothing, baby :"t { t 'N' .
Crews '
Building Supply 3-1 Davis 3B, IB each. Griffis 2.2; Wilbur Waters 11. Pine Level Baptist Church-14 hits: and children Item. Behind .. .J" ,po" .1 ,0 I : I ,
Oak Grove Church 2-2 Starke Businessmen-J.J. Wheeler Lloyd Z-3. Doug Mains 2-3. Bruce SR-I2I 5/31 '. 3 BR HOUSE for rent Partly
Worthington Spgs. 1.3 Standings after Tue. games W-L-T Jackson 2-4, 28, HR. furnished nice fenced yard.
Haas needed for Union
Dale 2-3
23. 2 HR's. 4 RBI's; ; 2tpd 67.CORN
Raiford 0-4 Indians 3-1-0 First Baptist14 hits: Mike for quite location In town. $163
Gene Tanner HR. AND TOMATOES at County Responsible on-
Lawtey Rangers 2-1-1 Akrldge 3-3. Ron Harris 3-4. Jimmy Mrs Lewis Clemons farm or the meal preparation for mo. plus deposit. Phone

Worth Tigers 11.1 MUfitslO-Sr.BoysB (Tue) Crosby 34. call 496-2595 for 'Informa' the Summer Food Service 496-2842. 1 Itpd 3/31

Sprs.Women's. Twins 2.3 Misfits-Fred Wheeler 2-4, HR) ; N'SideZH-Calvary4 (Fri) tion. 5/31 2tchg 6/7 Program. Salary-$2.90/hi.
0-2( Em'1IaLOST. 1 I
Phillies Northside-Chris Lawson IHR SPACIOUS AND UNIQUEiS, ,Knowledge of nutritionalvalue'
4-4. ,
of' food rrt -
bedroom executive type fu preparation
3B 2B's :
2 David
; Thigpen 3-4 HR home on SR 121 across from and Wltify! tolollow.'wrltteqf&istMetlons. Little Silver Gray female
IHR; Randy Crews 2-2; B. Revels 2-2; Middle School. Over 3.000 poodle In lake Butler Will
In a strong defensive battle for second It takes the average commercial airplane 12 seconds to Ken Thompson 2-4,2 2B's. sq. ft. Unique 'fireplace In Must be able to .work well finder please return her to
place in the first half of Worthington land starting 3,500 feet from the end of the runway Calvary-H. Evans 3-3; Jack Anderson sunken 'family room. CH/A, with children. Submit application Elizabeth Mann one mile north
Springs women's Softball and 200 feet in the air. 2.3, 2 SB's. modern kitchen to: Suwonnee River of' Lake Butler on SR-I2I.' Itchg

league, Worthington Springs scored w/dl.hwo.h.r. office room, Economic CoUnci"). Inc.. P. O. 6/7
four runs in the second to command a sewing room pool room, Box 70. Live' Oak Florida
lead on the First Christian Church, garage. 32060. ATTENTION: Personnel Ads Get
the in PRICE REDUCED TO SEll:2 Deportment. Closing ,
defeating church 12-7. Tuesday '
ll" ; doref June B, J979.) "An "
night's action. .lay F > dS Acres (wWh dowblewlde Result
trailer 3 out buildings, Equal Opportunity' Employer _
.. beautiful 'furniture and Interior ," I tchg 6/7
W.Spgs.IZ.F. Christ.Ch. 7
WS Rhonda Scaff Marie Scaff. 2 IT P A TQ decorating. Owner lit.. ','.1.,_' _.- acat6mlw16oa1aaESs
leaving 0'.. Will sacrifice.

hits.FCC Sue Whitehead 3 hits; B. J. Owner WORTHINGTON says SELL SPRINGS! 2 r Keystone: Area Rdsa I

Whitehead 3 hits.Women's .
1/2 lots with trailer In
secluded neighborhood.THREE REDUCE SAFE FAST with
FOR SALEi4 Cell 66
League Batting Averages ADVERTISEIt r1 Ir.Y rl BEDROOM I 11/2 bath, GoBese Tablets and E-Vap Volkswagen, rebuilt engine,
Averages based on IS or more at bats
I shows addition off SR 231 "water pllle" from Andrews excellent gas milage, needs
fireplace and garage Pharmacy. 9/31 4tpd 6/21
minor repairs. $300.
Debbie Long.Gainesville Tire .709 JANE S. USHER, Realtor,
B.J. Whitehead F.Chr. CII .636 pays to advertise..That's a statement from Joe Stephenson of a Phone 44-212 or 494-2903. LOANS AVAILABLEtAny 473-3270 or 473-3355 Itchg
I Gall Rogers, Raiford .556 Lake Butler Apparei"He also stated that it's not always the size of Itchg S31VEGETABLES amount home or venture 6/7
I Llllie M. Perry, II.Farms .556 the advertisement that you run, but the items that you have in It ; Ethel G. Botchelder. Rt.2.
Nan Jeffcoat. H.Farms .550 and the price of them. Vicki Spangler, manager of the sales room FOR SALE Box 409. Keystone Heights, FREE to good home.
; Ava Hagen Gainesville Tire .542 stated that the ad began to get strong results on Friday morningW + U-pick or we will pick. FI.32656. Licensed Mortgage Beautiful 8 month old purebred
Eunice Perry II.Farms ..524'Carolyn and was still doing well. Joe decided to extend the sale another 496-2789.6/1 2tchg 6/14. Broker. Phone 473-2585. Colli. Good with
: Delaney F. Chr.Ch. .522 k. !in order to let those people that missed the sale I have an opportunity HAY FOR SAUl Just cut; 2/15.Tfn. children 4733081. 5/7
: Janet Jordan. F.Chr. Ch. .476 to take advantage or these good buys.,.. r Coastal Bermuda hay; CASH FOR GOLD Sterling tfnchg.'
i Gina Willis. F.Chr. Ch. .474 highly 'fertilized. $1.50 per Jewelry diamonds, coins,
Note: This ad ran In the Union County Times, Bradford County bale at the barn. Near Worthington dental gold. Will visit your YARD SALE Pool table,
: Women's League Standings Telegraph and the Lake Region I Monitor..wlth coverage of H700 Springs 4963859. home anywhere. Mr. Rltt- tools, baby clothes,
; First Half of Play households! and readership 27.400. 3/24 rlnchq. man. 475-1089.2/1 tlnthg.' ceramls. etc. Saturday only.

'yyA SILVER QUEEN CORN 75 LAKE LOTS FOR 9 o.m, 4 p.m. at Ceramic
Ilillandale Farms 6-0 e cents per dawn Elery Griffis SAlEKeystone Heights.' Shop one on a fourth miles

Worthington Spgs. 5.1 4963655. 6/7 2tchq Beautifully' wooded 'lots on east of' Keystone light on
First Christian Church 4-2 ADVERTISING GETS RESULTS FREE Beautiful TO German GOOD Shepherd HOMEl clear sand bottom lake. SR)00. Itpd 6/7
Gainesville Tire
Good terms discount for
puppy 2 1/2 yrs. old. or
1-5 Elizabeth Mann one mile cash.1 to 5 acres with nice
Brooker 1-5 north of Lake Butler on trees overlooking 'lake from FOR RENTs Office space or
NAPA 15StackeDYMooc SR-131, '1tthg6/7 $3.500. $500 down$50 retail business space. Hwy
AIM DADLevi's 21 north Call 473-3288 or
month. Commercial lots
FOR mmr.I SR-21 North available. 4732226. tfn chg 5/10.

Owner-Salesman. 473-4375.
/ Levi's 2/22 tfnchg.
Men'sDress I ACRES on 214 nearKeystone VICE.Dependable service.Reasonable .
Khaki'sSecond Free estimates, local
The Mets won twice to take over Cords
distributors 'for completely' Heights. $300 rates.
first place by themselves while the 132& Pro Shirts washable nationally advertised down $89.81 per month. Days and 377-1094 Night -
Dodgers won to hold down second 100% Polyester Gard..". Draperies. Phone 473-4038 or 473-4367 call collect. 4tpd. '5/31 .
I place in Dixie Youth Major league Pr. ABt. Style & Color SAW Enterprises Ed or lomaStephens after 6 p.m.3/29 tfnchg 6/21.
play for 11-12 year olds last week. Dress Slacks 4962219. 3/1
Meta 10- L. Gold 6 (Tue) Bellies & Beltloop 1A Price, Size S L CLARKIS SAW SHOP Complete PARTS STORE also through sixth grade ot my
Mets-Doug Samons 2B. 2 IB'; sharpening service, home. Certified teacher For
Stephen Jones IB's; Dan Duffy and Model Buy One At Reg. hand, circular mower Whirlpool.WHEELERS GE. RCA betweenKeystoneMelrose parts. more Information call

Shane Johnson 2 RS. Id blades, chain saws leave otCr.w. 473.7130.4tpd 5/31 6/21
Lawtey Gold-Lamar Crews 2B. 2 $900 Pr, Jr.OrhualltlIa6 Building Supply, lake 4/19.
2nd tin
Get 473-2401. chg
IB's; Sam Norman 3B, IB; Owen *,. Price, Butler 7/3 tfnchg. WANT TO BABY SITs

Southerland 2B, lB.Dodgers". 2nd Pr. .\ USE THE LAUNDRAMAT at Reliable mother will baby sit,
Get / IDriuttMittl Hwy. 100 by the Handy Way. FOR SALE I Acre oil\ In my own home. Good care
-Giants (Tues.) 1A Price We have a wash dry 'fold Highway 214. $300 down and meals Call Judy,
DodgersMike Colvin 3-4. HR; % Price service: .25 per lb. Attendant $45.61 month. .Phone" after 6 4732750. Itpd 6/7
Tony Diggs 2-4. 2B; Timmy Harper on duty, tfnchg. p.m. 473-4038 or 473-4367.;
2-3 2B; Brad Brown 13. 2B. SEPTIC. TANK AND CREASE 2>pd 5131.6/7. GIOAINTIC YARD SAUl
GiantsJason Bennett 2-3. Greg itjtt TRAP cleanouts, new lines, Follow signs on Highway 21
at Lakevlew Road Melrose.Furniture .
Wilkinson IB, Kay Allen lB. Men'sSpOrts reasonable Joe Forsyth FOR RINTi2 Bedroom
:.J) dl.h..lomp.andmist
4311022. All
( appreciated. mobile home.Morrled couple
Items few
Giants 17-Braves 13 (Fri) Coats % ; 3/31 tfnchg. ,.WasherdryerA/C.. garbage Sat and a Sun.9 antiquestool a.m. S
: Giants (broke 13-13 tie with 4 run fifthJason S I S WILL SHELL YOUR BUTTER- and water, fuml.hed.no ,". Itchg 6/7
: ) Bennett 3-4. 2B; Daren BirjOiie$27lslpGet ) F ( ,1 r/J., BEANS S 1.50 per hamper or 'pt.'.. $160 plus $50
: Chandler HR; Timmy Tyson 2B. shell five and .keep one. No security Behind Western FOR SALE Very nice 6 ft.
: Braves-Mike Chappell 5-5, 2B; \ Second ', Price ; 1'', '1/(1 fordhooks.. Call 496-3699 Auto on SR-2IB. Call sliding glass dorr $50.
: John David Francis 3-4,2 2B's; Leroy e anytime No collect cells 475-1"'. 5/31 tin. 473-3318. Itchg 6/7
:: Griffis 1.1. 2B. S SAlt STARTS JUKE 1 ''rr Worthington Springs 5/24
tfnchg. SALEiFeddert; YARD SALE Friday and
:: M.t.II.L.Blu.1 (Fri) APPAREL UNUSUAl OPPORTUNITY. olrc FOR,ndlflon.f, $30.3: month Saturday, (June 8-9)).
: LAKE BUTLER School related sales work Bedroom set, electric
Mets-RonWUli.3-3.2B.5RSj; Doug 2:00 10-30 hr. per week. School, old metal garage door with mower, mist household
: Samons 3-3 3 RS. pitched 2 hit-9 9:30.
Sat, : fittings. B ft.. $60. Call
5:30 Items.
1' FrI 9:30.: : church !PTA or club work Satsuma St. and
-; strikeout win; Timmy Nugent 2B, 3 e' Store Hours: Mon. helpful. EKC. earnings and 4732803. Itchg 6/7 Lakevlew Dr., south.

: RS.Lawtey e e opportunity for advancement 473-2121. Itchg 6/7 '
I :; Blue-L. Williams HR; Jeff PRICE, RLE Free if accepted. Call (toll FOR $SAlltAmerlcan, Beauty Reel Islet Salesperson'
f McClellan 11. HALF Remnants free) t-BOO-83S'2246' e.t. ,18 Kiln. ,Never. used. Collar Wanted full or pert time
With 43. today for local Inter' .h.'.... Call Keystone Cell Jim Powell, Keystone'

1 f Standings .' W-L Gift Certificates 10# OFF Purchase view Itchg 6/7 473-3083. llpdt/7 Heights Reerry 473.4'41.
:: :.Met ,4-1 .,tsar-- ,ltthje7MARY, -
.: ..t 3-1 CUSTOM HAY BALING !
; Braves : I BROADWAY

.M:'! Giant .I''''" r',:" 2-2 2-3 ( Highly F.rhloltld, Jj TREE SERVICE KAY '

:; Lawtey Blue ( 1-3 *Removal Trimming COSMETICSlouise
Lawtey Gold' 1-9 .
S: I J.T. Parrish I .Free Estimate Starling

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ILIY AW SHOPi Complete I Tuetdey" iseo preceding. IiTWsdey :fQ 'R'E r' It(U W M Tt: 1 I (CI..IJau : ,I TRAMPOLINE New, round, HAY
sharpening service circular I feeler evellcI ., KS:, I IMII. :, list B599.9S. solo B3I9.95.. : Argentina
hand, carbide, chain, *.". I i .. ... .. .. r&iSPECA : 8.I2. list S3999S. sole highly fertilized Phone
mower blade Hollow ground Minimum clt.,.. $2.10. 964-0071 TFthg:
and balanced THIRTY ACRES Improved UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY 24 FT. WINNEBAOO Chieftain GOOD PRICES PAID! for used S249.9S. Phone 1-778-3237.
leave I I
at J (Cover IS Word) I / PRKtS on nursery .
School related' sales work Jo* TFchgFENONGI
law mileage NEW 'RtlXlk
Jackson Building I posture Phone 964-6399 or two AC. mobile homes If mortgage I. AND
Supply Eechwerdever II tack: AiaJeee gal can
10-30 hr.. week School ,
9647687. per generator fully .If.| RtFRiaiRATOli Will ell
Sfarke Itchg 6/7 3/4 paid
or Keystone Hts. .li IS cents I| or more. CHIN'SMOBILE $1.50 each. 16"-24", Fruit All kinds, hog
church, PTA, or club work contained cruise'
TFchfl ( Not responsible. fer FOR RENTS 3 bedroom trailer control HOMI SALES trees; Boxwood 10".IS' wire, welded wire, barbwire separately Call after 6p.m.
errors Exe. and
helpful. dean. $8.495. .
| : earning extra Ask for 783-3577 5/31
9645606. TFchg
1 7
Open day wood chain link free
when given' ever the puce. Ier on GrIHI Loop. Call after 5 opportunity" for advance Harry 964.7500 (ham $1.50. ir-IB" $2. Sea our ;
ALCOHOLIC ( p.m. 964-6816. Itpd 6/7. weekly. TkhgWANTEDI roses on Fla. root stock estimates. Manning Fence POUR LOTSi buns.
when copy It net typed I men If accepted. Call loll 964-7461)). TFpd Ready to
ANONVMOUSi Phono ... brought t. the of Ike. J! free 1.800533.2246.x9.43. Mobil home oxUs $5.50 and $6.95. Shod. Co.. 473-4872. Keystone." on. fad of Stark on old
.-,964-5148or i 964-6567. TFchg L. -----. TWO BEDROOM mobile today) for local Interview.L60) 197$ poD MM Ranger. 4 and tires. Will pick up. tree, hedge plant, TFchg Lawtey Rood. Well Installed.
home, partly furnished |lust ( ). tchg 6/7 peed, rear oux. springs. OlIN'S MOBILE HOME camellias pot plants, hang. BACKYARD SAUl Vaturoay.70B Phone' 9645307.17 4tp4
REMODELING SUIIDINO. C' '. .. out of city" limit.. I child na heavyduly rear.end. SALES 964-5606. Open 7 Ing basket, and many N. Walnut St. Unusual 6/7
KE AIRSi N.w kitchens, ; pets. $ 35/_ plus damage IN' and IPN'st Union AM/FM stereo, sliding day a week TFchg .or. O. C. CARVES Items, some antiques. Itpd
baths, family room. Brick, ')ji ) deposit. !Phono 9647620. General Hospital rear NURSERY SR 100 at 6/7. GARAGE SALE Doily 9 a.m
now cc.optingapplICotlonsforRN'g
block, concr.t. Fireplace l 'R... ;'Wi i .-.:.NJ! I llpd 6/7. window regular gas now TOP' CASH PRKR PAID for Florahome. 23 mile SE of CHAIN LINK PENCE until sold No Sundays 509
specialists. Griffls Construe q ... .I tires. Much much more coins, sterling/ dental gold Starke. !Phone 6592165. Center St.. Stark. Phone
THRU BEDROOM 2 both' and LPN's for oll.hltto. eop..itlv. 16.500 mile. Excellent con.lltlon. material. Do It yourself and
Hon. 964-6324. 6/7
Phon. 473-2108 or PALMS APARTMENTS rings. GF crop jewelry, "/121I'cho Itpd
Furnlshd.Riclencles home salaries. Contact $4.750. Phone save. Installation available.
.; 473-2978. TFchg"SIADFORD with CH/A; chains, optical frames, DELUXE MINI-BIKE.. extra REGISTERED GERMAN
f. and I BR $250/month plus $150 Director of Nurses, 185-1541 or 4851879. 5/31 Free estimates HandyMan
watch bonds, ale. Phone J. motor. !Phone 9647664.Itchg Shepherd puppies' $50;
opts. weekly or monthly, deposit. Phone 964-6287. 4962323. I Itchg 6/7 ttchg 617 Co. % .855'. TFchg
SEPTIC TANK NEW FURNISHED STUDIOS R. Bitlllngtan. 9646250. 6/7 three-year registered male, ,
r; SIRVICEi Bradford reside monthly only 2313 N. Temple TFchg. TEMPORARY POSITION TFchg 1969 11x52 NEW MOON LIMIROCKl Allen Taylor obedience trained $190 or
tlal pump-out.. MS. Commercial Stark. TfchgKITCHENlnli KITCHENSTTESl One 8R Cook needed for Bradford 68: good TRAILER, unfurnished excellent lawtey. !Phone 783-3172 best offer./ Phone 9648839.
. and Induttrlol. Fully apartment, pool. TV. AC. Coun. Responsible for condition complete with all condition. Phone weekdays after 4 p.m. or Tkhg 6/7

1 I: TFchg lleented. Phon. 964-6)21.) vice room. TV.. AC.and and mold sleeping..r- furnished utilities 'Included.Weekly monthly Totally the tile Summer meal" preparation Food Service on for TFchg option. Phone; asking 9647262.5/31$900 or bottoff.r. rrtITO' : : t f: Q. :$i, : 964-6605 POUR WATERFRONT anytime. Itpd LOTJi50x197 6/7 anytime VEGETABLES) weekends. FOR TFchg SARI WILLIAMS In their new JEWELRY location Is,now the

Weekly monthly. rates. TEMPLE MOTEL 880 Program Salary, $2.90/hr. ft. $2.900: each U-PICK 1M: Tender green old Florida Bank Building on
FIRST QUALITY SIGNS sign available.Restaurant and Underwood loung. N. Temple, Starke. Phone Knowledge of nutritional 1970 CHRYSLER NEWPORT WHOM IT MAY CON- Phone 904-389-8062. 5/17 beans shellle beans, corn the corner of Call and

painting. Kitty) tho Brush Motel 3 1/2: mile North ofStark. 964.7357.617 4tpd 6/26. value of food menu run good. $600 firm. Call CERN On May 29 1979. I I. Stpd */'4AMlIlCAN and cucumber now ready Walnut St. Drop In and
:370 N. Church St.. Starko. .. US 901. TFchg SHOP ON BROWNLSI IT.Fom.r preparation and ability to 782.3577 after 6 p.m. Itcha Glen W. Prevail and Lynn E. TRAILER I by 32 Kersey Farm Bayless browse;l lchg 67It
5/24 4tpd 614TRIPLI Master Electric follow written Instructions.Must 6/7. Townsend Prevail! were f.... Warren T. Putnam Highway, Phone 9645068.Itpd WOODEN SPEED BOAT
.'. MIMOSA MANOR mobile Shop. Phone 961.58$2.1tpd be obi. to work well legally divorced: by) Duval Whispering' Pine Motel 67.WATSON'S. with 6 HP Svlnrwde'' trailer,
YOUR MONIYi Cath home pork mobile home* 67.BEDROOMt. with children. Submit application 197 CUTLASS SUPREME County" Judge Goodlng, I am Starke. 5/24 4tpd 6/14 HOUSE OP extra. $300. Bathroom ,
for U. S. silver coins and pace. for rent. Phone to Suwannea River liable/ for d.bt "
Ur.to Air condition 56.000 miles. AC PS, no longer any DAVLILIESiNamed varieties VACUUMS Many) brand of vanity, 36" with sink $60.
1964. Call 468-2913.: 3/22 TFchgKITCHINITTISs house Economic Council. P. O. sox financial transaction she
Ing. pool. In specious AM/FM bronie-brown color or ond seedling. Other new vacuums Used Pool tabl., $40. Phone
9042681782.5244tpd614MAKI On. BR and must share both. Phone 70. Liv. Oak, Fla. 32060, ; $2.950. !Phone 4733581. may make Itpd 6/7. nursery stock. Selling out. machines, available. Parts 964-5798. Itpd! 677GRANDFATHER
apartments, pool TV AC 9647652. Itchg 6/7. Attni Personnel Dept. Closing 6/7 2tchg 614.1966VOLKSWAGENI. ARTS Wholesale and retail. 203 N. and accessories for all
YOUR TRAIIIR look utilities Included. Totally MOBILE HOMI with 3 daft June 6, 1979. Equal Christian St. S/312tpd 6/7 vacuum systems. 404 NW
Ilk. a home. Remodeling furnished. Weekly, monthly bedrooms, furnished Opportunity Employer New Inspection Many craftsman showing 10th Ave.. Gainesville, CLOCK Solid walnut
additions, screened porch. ral... TEMPLE MOTEL. 880 Lawtey.) Garden space, NO Itchg 6/7 good condition regional food served, haadmission. SEVERAL ITEMSi 30.000 phone 3767110. TFcha Westminister chimes, 60"tall
June 9, 10 ; delivered set ,
to your home or trailer, N. Temple Ave., Starke. PETS. 2 small children ac Also 1969 DODGE.Coronet a.m. stomp collection; carpenters DO DROP'IN ..".In House up
to 6 anywhere. Guaranteed
Paul' Fr mlng. Fr.e Phon. 964-7397. 6/7 4tpd cepted. Deposit. Pay own BOYS AND GIRLS needed. 'In reasonable. Phone p.m. Sunday June 10. tools Avon bottle; I US 301 South. We buy and la
Noon to 6 Horse run. Phone 9647425. 6/7
estimates. Fall anytime. 6/28 utilities. Phone 782-3279. Starke area working port. 782-3912.: llpd 6/7. p.m. arenaIn clarinet In case, used one sell used furnltu,.. Phone
PHone 9648015. TFchg} ON KINGUEY( I l-AKEi Mak* Itchg 6/1. time for the Florida Times Jasper Fla. Itchg 6/7. week; 2 bicycle speed In 964-6740 9 la S

reservation fot.umm.r AlhjBermuda Union !Phone 9645165. 76 FORD Pr.b lIt good shape. Phone Mon Thurs., 9 6 Fri and ITEMSi Air conditioner
your now FOR RENTi 12 acres PRIG German Shepherd to ,
<" ,-,".WILL KEEP CHILDISH In my Itchg t'/7 AM/FM I 782-3951.5/31 2lpd 6/7 16.500 BTU 220 volt,
; 111.1"
home 2 years and older ( .. AC vocation Weeklyrote Phone hay) field. Call Clifford ...', .. '- .' ,," ...... CB angina mechanically sound i puppies, very nice. 6 week SILVER \QUEEN CORN so, Sat 3/' TFchg expands from 27" to 46".
Cottage Martin 964-714, Itchg old. Phone 964-6362. NEWSPAPER ROIL
Itchg .
Monday thru Friday. Phone \ $150. IRRIGATION PUMP
1 l need body work. .
; $995.00
5332366. / ) cent doses Corner ..
..:;;::: 964-5260. TFpd. TFchg 6/7. 'ISilUlllliMOBILI } 964.7043. Itpd 6/7. 6/7. Me" INDS:Several available, Go ld.. excellent condition
ROOM FOR RENT Furnished ATTENTION 28 year old ..., ._ ;I Rel and Hwy 16. Stork. various lengths, all either great for lawn or garden
WILL BABYSIT In my home, 6. bedroom In Iprge i 4 BR 'lady' from Stork. that work -'r'" 1971 fOlD PINTO STATION EVER WANTED TO OWN abeautiful Itchg 47SEVERAL 15" or 30" wide Good for $75. Phone 9645610. Itpd
=g days and some nigh(.. 301 homo In country kitchen at University" of Florida ond HOMES Why pay WAGON. Automatic Fashion Boutique ITEMSi Kenmore children to color on. table 6/7 '
5 South. Phon. 9646839. privileges. $100/month. In. talked to the Millers at more? Buy direct from foe transmission Air Coed for or Jean Shop? Now you can washer and dryer, like new; covers, etc BRADFORD GARAGE SALE, Saturday
5S5I:::;:: Itchg 6/7. eluding utilities, phon., Hompton...PI.o.* call tory large selection of 24 only $1193. Adam Auto have your own highly profitable 2 beds: dinette .... !Phone COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 135 June 9.1102 Colley Rd.9 too
3SS washer. Phon. 468-2315. 4682934. Itpd 6/7, 14, 12 wldes. STARKE HOME Soles Hwy 100. Keystone business featuring 9648894. Itpd 6/7 W. Call Starke. TF p.m. Baby furniture. TV'.,
STARDUST THI MAGICIAN TFchgIN KINGSLBV LAKI, three CENTER US 301 North.Open Heights73-4470. over 130 famous nam 17 FT. FIBERGLASS. BOAT SEVERAL ITEMS Baldwin children and adults clothes,

'. Magic Fun for everyone. STARKIi unfurnished bedroom waterfront home. 9 Phone to dusk.964-6741.1 to 6 Sunday. 1971 JEEP WAGONER four brands) Inventory, fixtures, need seats trailer; 80 HP piano, excellent condition toys, cok. machine and
Phon. 96/-5281 Entertain small two bedroom hou... Available June '.14. TFchg wheel drive 1495. Adam training plus on exciting Mercury motor $350 or $1.000 (paid $1500)): HI' many other Items, llpd 6/7
parties, groups, Call now. First and last month and $2M/week. Phone 533-2884 BY OWNER Brick home with Auto Sale, Keystone Grand Opening con be trade for pickup truck. See wheel push mower 41/2 SLIDE-IN CAMPER Fits LWB
6/7 4tpd 628.BABYSITTINO. deposit In advance. $125. 269-0908.. Itchg 6/7. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living 4734470. your for$16,800, complete.For at Marie' Vegetable Stand, HP. $190; riding' Western or SWB pickup sleeps 4,
Phone 4733246. 5/24 3lpd FURNISHED APARTMENT, room. dining room on SR full detail, call Mr. lawtey Itpd 6/7 Auto mower, B hp $125; $500. Phon. 333.291after 6
230. I mile from hospital.! 1976 FORD PICKUP truck 6 ITEMS Banjo with case, ,$100.
AND 6/7 modern on. BR. AC paved Patrick 904/733-6939 COL. SEVERAL large 2 trap p.m. Itpd 67.IUMMAGI .
.-- HOUSEWORK PhoneS MOBILE HOMI 3 BR, StoveS parking area security doors Pleas call for appl. cyl automatic transmission LECT. llpd 67.,4ds door cedar wardrobe $45; Phone 782416324 4tpd SALEt Clothing
961.5452.6/7 R.f., front and 964-6878 or 9646701. TFehfl" $3196 Adam Auto Sales.Keystone. Two chair, $7 each. Phone 6/14
..... 2tchg 6/14. garage and light Ideal for Ingle, Phon. 473-4470. saddles, men's suits, misc.
;'::= rear porch clean $ 00,00 retired/ person, or coupl. TWO BEDROOM completely ) GetResults 7823328. Itchg 6/7 APPLIANCES! Admiral side Jun. 8 and 9. 9 530.: Cor.
DAY CAREt Opening for two deposit.3 Mil. S. Hw 301. 1st No children or pet. Phone furnished wall to wall 1974 DODGE DART FLORIDA ROOM SAlEi by-side refrlgerator-freeier, nor of Brownlee and
children. Phone 964-5610 Rd. S. Indian River Fruit 964-6394 after 5 p.m. Itcha carpet, plus a nice rise yard; Automatic Transmission Saturday 9 to 5 p.m. Drapes $150. Admiral electric Walnut. Itpd 6/7.
1tpd 6/7. Stand Dead end last houseon 6/7. asking $16,000 owner Alrconditionlng 6 cylinder assorted furniture, some range, $50. Whirlpool GARAGE SALE Saratoga

right. Elmer Jones. 1 Ifpd financed. Price' negotiable.This $1995. Adams Auto Sales, .-. clothing, other Items. 413 dishwasher $50. All Heights, 1222 Bradford' St..
THE MOWER CLINIC. Small 6/7. Keystone. Phone 473-4470. Polk St.. Stark. Itpd 6/7 avocado Phone
beats a mobile home. green. Electric ,
E.tP.WJ"ttD': stove TV set
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engines and all types of FOR SALT OR RENTi 13x64 !Phone 9647262. No realtor FOR EXTRA CLEAN used cars l. .8": sAI. .. ; RACING 00 KARTt 93cc Mc. 431-174) alter 7 p.m. 5/31 ,household odds and ends 6
: :,': lawn mowers repaired In. I. 5/31 .... ,, Culloch 12: TFchg .
:..: eluding reborlng. Work Mobil. Home with 2 BR. 1 ._ please. TFchg and truck,see Adams Auto engine only a.m 6 P''''? Thursday
::';.- don. reasonably. Henry bath. Set up In Olln's Mobil. EXPERIENCED MIATCUTTER: FOR SALE By owner, house Sole, Keystone" 4734470. OARAOI SALE Saturday races on engine. Phone ONE ACRE DRIVI-THROUGH June 7 ond Friday, June 8.
: :- -' Browder, 9645760. 6/7 2tpd Hom. Park. SR 16 to Morgan' Part-time. Send resume and and lot 300 feet West of 301 1974 CHIV. STATION 6:30: a.m. III. Women men 964-8220 like new Itchg lots North of Starke. Lot of llpd 6/7. j
oQ Rd., Turn right to NW 31st and 6/7 tree $50 month. !Phone
,.. 6/14. alary expected to Meal on State Road 123. 6/7 4tpd WAGONi AT PW. PS. PB, children' per
St.. turn right to second dishes, 4733581. 5/31 TFchg
Cutter, P.O. Drawer A, 6/28. AC Tilt Wheel, seat, :lothlng. Furniture
3' (:/tI. driveway turn right. 5/31 odds/ends. Refreshment Moving. These vacuum
: iJifdU" Starke. Fla. 32091. TF6/7.
.1. .. FOR SAIL OR RENT 3 BR cruise control extra clean. cleaners must AI Young. I HELP WANTEDCORRECTIONAL
2tchg 6/7 .served reasonable prices, go.
house, furnished unfurnished 1395.00. Phone 4734508. HELPI! I .
PART-TIME cookies. Kool-aid, hot dogs, 3 miles North US 301, I
..IllsITritig Supervising young sales p.r. centrally located. Itpd 6/7. coke. llpd 6/7 Starke. 6/7 3tpd 6/21 WE NEED OFFICERI
I -'" sons for Florida Times Phone 964-8007 eve*. 6/7 I: Slate Career Service
MUST SELL Union. Evening hours. Must 2tchg REGISTERGAS BUYERSWALDO position\ all male correc.
I Immediate delivery. Liquidation? have dependable cor.Phone tlonal Institution.\ .
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Ibil4BRASLNGTON ,I'JI' W 1I5\teII1.Ulldi\ g! ".."..96/,3)43. Jtchg,, 6/1 614.TOMMY'S AND OIL I LAMDCLEARIMG & FILL DIRT nrbtY't
(. yea bd&>' I'
.M.l08xl525perjq R !' **..... AUCTION BARN of !/ I
40x7?.14S1.93perq.ft. 101< I. 1\1..... St. Or Small Jobs It.241..W.I. diploma or Fla. OED good
Call Collect 1.904.387.2889 Large
*v... OadilUe OtdamobJl( Century Steel Building J. WILSON LAND'CLEARING '"'sat I Yard Silts S.'. a Sun. postage character of background state exam

Sale & Service I Commercial Seal Coating Dozer Work SAM 6 .PM Starting salary $9.082,
Of used ALL TVM BOO MIMM LP Bottle. 40 hour shift, work week,
.. Fine Selection a Good used furniture ,.
Cars Taken OaCw1ilkzCTlladea New and used antiquesand OJT approved lorveterans.
ASPHALT PATCHING" Motor Homes Filled Foundations
We Offer Fast merchandise t

2001 N.W/13378-M01 I EXOTIC CLOCKSNatural I AH Work Telephone Gueienleed f Response And WNt" ..n.... Top Soil Open days weekly. \\\

..'-, LN Wood 19041) 782.3991 Free Estimates fe, IIret AUCTION 10.....EVERY. la 9 p.m FRIDAY (9044311312)t:

Slabs, Burla, Etc. Tcta JIMMY MARTIN 964-5230 AND SATURDAY NIGHTS
Phone 964-5734
Q8110fIR3 I.- 7.30: p.m. ( )
Phone: 984.8511 .

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Seoskloe Man. -Acres Frl.S.,4.tfloor.. J PANELING" USED TV's For Sale

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864-5374 : Keystone 3 BR 2 Air & Carpet Bradford County 5 Different Lots & All Air & !
.:::.. Starke. Fla. New Installation Heights ;. Bath Homes/. Carpets ,i' E
'. It NO Answer 782.3422 !

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To. Wheel. Dnvo Loader With Grading Bo. ...................... ; FOR A NEW HOME OR ADDITION

r: .: 'Smalt Dow JO 390 e Way Blade! SEE
JO 750 4 Way Blade. .
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Note 804N. Bob 984-5b33. Sterile
Cv"at Cwwlng Custom Orsde c Work ; Starke. Fla by Harris I .

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Domlno'i 18.Fla. Bank 7 (Thur) Merchanu4.Q.Man.a, ( t.*m title 'in'a 16 team men's Softball 8-2. Transworld A's 18-4, and then-:
a Different Buddy Domino'B-D. Smith 4-4, FIR'''' M) Merchants-K y DaWta. 9* *B; Mara. tnNewberry last weekend. earned revenge with an 18-14 handling .
TerrI Parrish S-5, HR; Marian Tom Pierce 1-2; BlalneDyal 1-8; Jim. ere won the championship con- of Hogtown Sunday before. falling in
,. ( Walmsley 3-5,3 RS. my Schoening threw one hitter test between the two Bradford clubs the final. :
Collings Florida Bank-Jan McRae 2-4,3 RS; Clvttan -Scott Hudson 28. 12-4 Sunday. RM advanced to the Rainbow Marine third baseman
:i Sports Section Gloria Sapp 3-4; Carolyn Redding 3.... Olympians 4 Firebirds 3(Thur) championship round unscathed, Dave Prescott nailed down the Most
Olympians-Mike Waters threw 3 polishing off the Super Pretzels of Valuable Player trophy with a 12 for .
I i t W-L Gainesville vlUe Tire 15-8 17. .706 batting average performance.
Standings hitter; Andy Chaff 1-3; Richie Fender 24-18. G ,
Dominos 13-1 13. -.> and Transworld A's 15-5 Saturday, Leading local hitters for the..
r Sports EditorAs Florida Bank 11-4 Firebirds-Craig Sapp 2-4; Billy before topping Hogtown Rollers 124 weekend: '
: JJlllllllll IIIJIJI v.I.TI Broughton Bullets 4-10 Reitz threw 3 hitter, struck out 9. and the Businessmen by eight runs Rainbow Marine-Prescott ,706 batting -'-
I Bradford Furniture '1.13 Sunday.The average, Edward Allen .563: ,
Clvltaim 17 L. Sonlcs S (Wed)
Businessmen, number 2 In the Gene Raulerson 550, Doug Brown
I you may have noticed the sports section (and entire second section) of this Civitans-Tudy O'Neal 2-2, 3 RS; Starke Men's Leauge, had to play six .500 Billy Ray Smith .500. Gene
weeks paper Is an enlarged version this week sharing the sports news from Starke UnIon/ Brian Williams 3 RS; Mike LeMire games Sunday after falling into the Melvin 3 HR's.
Bradford and Union Counties and the Lake 11.
Region-Keystone area. loser's bracket with a 16-12 loss to Starke Buslnessmen J.J. Wheeler
It's no mistake, we're trying out this combination for a variety of reasons and Lawtey Sonlcs-Tony Hill 2-2, Clifford Hogtown Saturday. SB beat Oakdale 19 for 28, .579, 4 HR's; Gene Tanner
welcome your comment on the new product. Nobody will be left out we'll be Dixie BoysThe Hill 1-2. .636; Dale HaaS .565; Bill Rattllff .552. -
covering all the sports we have been covering (and maybe more than we've been LB Engineers Olympians I (May Baptist 134, G'ville Tire 134.Guynn's w _u_______ ____._____.
getting to in Keystone), at least after our growing pains. I'll be editing the new
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version with our staff from the Monitor In Keystone and Times in Union County Engineers atop 29)Lake Butler Engineers-pulled off
the Starke Dixie baseball
: still doing the bulk of the Boys league
triple play-Troy Jones-to Claude ?
for olds two NEED MONEY
Let us know about sports items, events, etc. that we might be interested in 13-14 from year Union although which Henderson-to Mack Douglas
from all three areas. From the Lake Region area call the Monitor at 473-2210 and games County
would alter the have not
i In Union County call the Times at 496-2261 My number at the Telegraph office Is standings yet Standings W-L
964-6305 been reported.The (incomplete, 2 LB games not Included -
'I Engineers opened the second ) WE CAN HELPLet
half with 15-11 win the 1-0
Bergman: "L'K Could be In the CWS." a over Olympians Lake Butler Engineers
Ward: "It's Not tallY at Stetson." who second along with the Merchatsare Merchants 2-1 Us Arrange A 1 st or 2nd Mortgage On
2-1 in play. Olympians 2.1 :
University of Florida Baseball Coach Jay Bergman and Stetson University
I diamond boss Jim Ward special guests at Tuesday's Keystone Post 202 baseball Firebirds 9. La wley Sonlci 1 (Tues.) Clvltans) 1.1 Your Home For All The Cash You Need Up To
Reitz 2-3 2B
1 luncheon, stayed around afterwards for a brief chat. Bergman was hurrying to Firebirds- Billy 3B; Rlfebirds 1.2
get back to Gainesville before returning for the Kll-Gainesville Post Lionel Grlffis 1-3.3B; Craig Sapp 12. Lawtey Sontcs 0.2 $50,000.00 With Up To 15 Years To Repay.
doubleheader while Ward said "I don't have a thing to do unless there's a pool Lawtey Sonlcs- Mitch Williams
hall around here." as he waited for the 6 p.m. twllighter 2-2, 3B; Eddie Herndon, Anthony Call Us Today Collect
I asked Bergman what the difference was between his Eastern Division SEC Williams, Monroe Herndon each IB. Rainbow Marine let,
pennant winners and the eight teams playing the College World Series in Omaha.
Ward was asked If his program could produce the kind of team that would get a Olympians IS Merch.<< 5 (Mon) St. Businessmen 2nd Ramm Service Corp.
bid to a college regional playoff The conversations went along the lines one Olympians-Randy Parado 4-4, pitched
might expect-the UK boss said his team was of the same calibre as those playing i-hitter with eight walks; AtNewberry Slo-PUch Licensed Mortgage Broker
for the national title while the Stetson mentor emphasized the head start the Clayton Norman 2-2, 4 RS; Kenny
state's bigger schools have on his private school while not denying Stetson's goalto Dewitt 2-3; Tommy Hilliard 1-3, 2B. Rainbow Marine of Brooker toppedthe 1301 Gulf Life Drive Jacksonville Fla. 32207 398-7600
be as good as anybody. Merchants-Jimmy Schoening 13. Businessmen of Starke for the ,
"I don't think there's much difference in the 20 teams said

Bergman, "You just have to jell for the tournament top("the tournament"really. Is the r: ...,'._...;' ::: .. :.' ":-_:.:..:::" ...:. ;... .. ; ','_ ';;-:. .' '.::"'.,,:,"; ',,,7,,: .:: ._'m.'c- ... .. ,:. .";.. ._.. .. .:. :, ";- ': :' :, _:;:, .,', ,; : :..:"::::. :'. ".. : ':'" ,::_ '.;-:".;, ,;-,
I regional level tourney where the Gators have fallen three times under Bergman
.t after outstanding seasons)I. You have to get good pitching performances once
you get into post-season play."
"We've been real close to getting bids twice In the past few years." Ward FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGE
reminded me The latest near-miss was two years ago when the Hatters finished
34-15, "It's not easy. If a kid is choosing between Stetson and Florida, or Stetson
and Florida State or Stetson and Miami, it's tough (for Stetson) to fight that Economy. U.S.. 301 Starke Fla. 964-7871
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sidelined by football-related injuries. Infielder-pitcher Kenny Clark is out 4-6
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