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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.' STARKE"When you have as many items overspent as

we do it worries me," School Board Member Pat Spenglersaid

Monday night,calling for a halt to spending unless the

i EMC Project .school board knows money is budgeted and. available.

,"You gotta be kidding," Supt. Jim Temple laughed when

1 Chairman Rodney Hall picked up Mrs. Spengler's .argument -
concerning nine line items in the school's 1974-75

I 1I Faces Critical operating budget. 1

[: "No I'm not. I'm very serious' Chairman Hall replied to

Temple.No board member indicated he or she knew about

I r- the line items being in the red.

t:. Funding Year Mrs. Spengler brought the answer the questions; he is
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aJir matter to light in a special currently on active duty with
{ board meeting Monday night the National Guard. ,
'STARKE "The commissioners rural emergency medicalcare. when the board was beginning Mrs. Spengler: "I don't
I :;' Included$18,400 in the to search for some $25,000 to think. I it is. I think. it..." J j

EkSSSl?H....., i2I1V< ."IklTop ..._" f' iiitW___--.--..- .d- *current. budget to fund, the "The project Florida has taken demolish old B-building at the "I think it doesn't show, the
Medical northeast out of the
'. Emergency Care high school to make room for board outlook of the total we
I grade point earners at Bradford Middle School for the Kneeling In back Todd Ashllne Sandra Darley Linda f EMC( ) project for 90 days. We dark age of ambulances. Priorto two new buildings to go up operate' withjn the total
fifth six-weeks: are the following gtraighl-A students; Johns Susan Massey. Joey Herres, Gwen Keith, Teresa will no longer receive federal 1972 the beginning of the within the year. dollars budget for this county
j Sitting In front (I-r): Dewayne \Baldwin Irene Wainwright Knrpper. Patti Clicsser. I funds after June 30. The project project; ambulance servicewas "We'll be in the black Mr. and there are several things
I Tina (Clurtteen Sara Fuulk, and Sherra Molt. Is fully funded. until October provided in the rural Hall Temple told the this Board does and to begin
1. After that, with no counties by an assortment of Supt.
to pick apart this or that or the
concerned board chairman.The
more federal funds being private, volunteer and mor- other isolated instances with
made available it will be considered tuary services. Many of these superintendent argued
) the total Information I don'tthink
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that the board
13EarnStraitht-A'sAtBMS by the commissioners units were inadequately is fair," Temple said ,,
; should look at the operating
when they start work on their equipped and the attendantswere interrupting.' J ,
which he
budget as a whole
new budget for next year, only partially trained at
I said is still in the black. "Lookat "Well I asked for this for a
STAUKE r Thirteen of places on the A-B honor roll Karen Lynne Johns, Tammy 'Miller Regina Renee Ras- Clerk Gilbert Brown said best Waters said. the total not line items," specific reason," Mrs.
i some 1,004 Bradford Middle for the t liflti six-weeks with Ruth Powell, Lisa Marie nick, Traci Elizabeth Smith Tuesday May 27. "Today 37 primary rescue said.
Temple said
School students, just 1 1.29 no grade lower than a B. Reddish James Byron Robert Michael Teston, Jana The eight county EMC units are stationed in strategic Mrs. Spengler said the Spengler month I wanted"Practically this i
{percent earned straight-A's They are: Roberts, Lisa Gayie Tucker, Dee Whaley, Deborah Joyce program began three years locations throughout the eight board has been approvingbills every budget. I didn't want it to look
for the fifth l six-weeks grad- Eighth grade: Angela Robin !Mae Williams, Randal Thorpe Breyce Sonja Brant- ago as a pilot program fin- county area. They are unaware it has been at it and just it over. I
ing period which ended. April Kyle Andrews Michael Dale William Andrews, Johnnie ley, Irvin Gary Browning ,* anced by the federal govern- equipped with the very latestin putting some items in the wanted it to find pass out what's
24The ; Andrews Hose Marie Hay Bell Lori Elizabeth Frank Anthony Coss, Robert ment. The project provides life saving materials and budget in the red. Board going on." '
straight A students. Dopoe Andrea Gail Eaves Blakewood, Ann Mary Lewis Fleming, Doyce Dean emergency medical care in 'are manned by expertly Member Arthur Gaskins said
are: Timothy Paul Gaskins Brooks, Marianna Cox, Gi'iffis, Chrisandra Louise Baker, Bradford, Clay 'trained emergency medical he remember only, two "We gave it to you. Pat. so
Tracy Crane George Marcia Patrick Mickey Crawford Hamilton, Pamela Dianne Columbia, Duval, Nassau, St.. 'technicians...certified( proficient budget can amendments. Templesaid you'd know what's going on,"
Sixth Grade Irene Goodge, Patricia Carol Junior Ervin Daugherty, Luke, John Almon Collins-,'{ Johns and Union counties. by the State of Florida. the budget will end in Temple said.
Joseph Michael Herres, Mullins, Lori Jean Shinn, Chrisie Janet Faulkner, worth. Cecil Brett prenton.- I ,_ According to'John M, The men and rescue vehiclesare the black though he can't up tell "Huh! Then I'm questioning
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Sham Jeanette Dobbs Teresa Montez Gaskins Vicky Ellen Sheffield. ,..? Waters, project manager, the ready to respond to any how much now. Mrs. Spengler it," Mrs. Spengler said.
Herres of Starke. Norris Fennell, Ruth Ann Hall, Donna Lynn Donald Wayne Stewart;!: 'eight county EMC undertake emergency, 24 hours a day replied she thinks the line "Well the time for ques-
PaUl Elise 'Chesser, Isaiah Lexus1 Jenkins Chris. 'Honsbciger-;. Leonard Ray Walter Frqnklin ?! "ng." has already gained ac- anywhere in the eight countyarea item overspending should be tioning what's on that budget'''
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. toffer Lamar MosleyvRoddrick 'Johnson, Debnna Lynn Karen Lucille, Windel1"'i ilm at the national leader in ," Waters said"Waters stopped. is when it's presented at the ':

,. .Jerry.Chesserol Siarke. ". ,.Joseph UwistiajV"Stephen ..,Jlochsbtrger,. :Deborah Natalia Jean{ W.ra/ : | :b stated that 29 fully l think i \ monthly meeting or to sit
".;e'' : :Sherra":; IJeanr Molt;, Anthony"'Lozmclcar.'W I'tColeneOvt'rstrcet;,Robert 'Bdyce,-"Massey," t George:. : 'Q '\equtppedryrlmaryreacuel! ; 'Horn*',Into a.speclaTfmeeMgand "? .'deWn O wlth 4 thrallft"r"'tI; l
..... j 'i. daughter of Mr. and !Mrs. Cynthia Lee Griffith; Harry' George Pierce Joseph J Frank Lozmcka Y 'units are distributed In the ,bring up special items through each item., Idon't I
Kenneth K. Mott of Kingsley, Nelson been; Jr., James Nicholas Riggs George Selela Jacobsen, Carl area. In addition there are 15 when nobody is prepared to have those records with me
,Lake, Russell Faulkner Vickie Warren Roller, Pamela Ann Lucile llildrelh.. John :For 2 SeatsIn back-up units ready for ser answer them," Temple said. now to produce at this time all
!Maria Corbitt Sarah Marie Underhill Douglas Blaine Thomas Woodham," SuzetteMelissa vice when the primary units Business Manager Eddie the answers to your questions
Seventh grade Biggs John Cameron Valin- Watson. Theresa Rodngue are being used. There are 12 Douglas was not present to (Sec PiigI/( ) I
Sarah Louise Kaulk ski. Julia Marie Chambers Sixth grade( : Kimberly J. Leigh Winkler,Cynthia Lynn Lake ButlerLAKE primary units in Duval
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marlene Katherine Dawson Brown George Alderman Norman, Gregory Frank county, five in Nassau four in '
Joseph C: Fuulk of Starke. Cynthia Faye De-Wilt. Terry Canova Jr, Denise Lynne Mowry Bruce Edward BUTLER Three Clay, two each in Bradfordand Schools To Act
Gwendolyn Kaye Keith Alan) McCarthy, Melanie Dailey Tina Renee Craw- Massey Vickie Lorraine candidates have qualified for St. Johns, and one each in
daughter of !Mrs Debris Lorraine Morris Pamela Jo ford Melissa Ann Eaves, Kersey, Ronald Percy the two seats on the Lake Baker, Columbia and Union 1
Keith of Starke Stulnaker, David Alan Stone, June EileenGrilfisMichelle Jones, Lynette Denise Butler City Council be con counties.
Tina Lea Chasteen daughter Marvin\ Lamar Tyson. Carole hull Sandra Jo Hamilton Debra Ann tested in the election on Tuesday With federal funds expiringon On Bomb ThreatsSTARKE
of Mr. and Mrs.. Jim Soenlh grade: Lila Eliza Harper, Betty Jean Kite, Griffis, Janice Adelle June 24. June 30, Waters said "It is
C'hasteen of Raiford beth Yawn, Janice Anne Linda Susan Howard, Lavon Browning Charlene Mary Two incumbents Mayor during the next fiscal year
Sandra Gail Darley Jockel, Jeffrey Robert Wayne Parrish Mary Ann Beam.JTI. John Shaw and Councilwoman that rescue service in theco.untles Fed up with the any students proven guilty of
'' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brooker, Kelania Faye Cole- .... Sharon Minshew are the will face its* biggest lack of action of the judicial making a bomb threat be per-
\ Ralph Darley of Starke. man, Peggy Scelesta ,. early entrants. They were test. While a new federal system in prosecuting stu-. manently expelled from
Teresa Rachel Knepper, Cooper Virginia Gail Craw- joined by Ressie Griffis of grant is being sought to main- dents making bomb threats at school with the loss of all cre-
.f daughter of Mr.; and Mrs. lord Nancy Rhoda Dunn, Lake Butler who has also tain a regional office staff and Bradford High School Princi- dits earned for the entire year.
L.P. Knepper of Crystal Raymond Joseph Hillman, qualified. communications system pal Charles Francis Supt.! The board declined to accept -
Lake. Griffis owns and operates there will not be any federal Jim Temple and the School that as a policy becausein
Griffis Grocery in Lake money available for day to 'Board have resolved to take due process of law in
Eighth i !grade Arrest Made Butler. day operations.." the matter into their own Florida a student would be
.
.., Todd Edward Ashline, son Council members are According to Waters, the hands. entitled to a hearing before
of !Mrs and !Mrs. Victor Ash- In RobberyA elected for two year terms. rural rescue systems were set "We have had no success the school board as to whether
line of Starke. Compensation is $1,800 per up in such a way as to provide through the legal system." such a suspension would be
I I. Jerald Dwayne Baldwin 17-year-old Starke youth year. The mayor is elected by maximum care at a minimalcost. Supt. Temple told the school upheld. Chairman Rodney
son of !Mr and Mrs. Jerald was arrested Friday for the the council annually. His He says he is confident board Monday night. "Law Hall said under the circum-
Baldwin Starke., robbery of salary is $2,400 per year. that county officials fully and order in the state of stances it would be inconsistent -
I Linda Gail Johns Williams attempted Jewelry Store on Having another year 16 understand the need for a Florida is a joke." at the least for the boardto
daughter of Mrs. Virginia West Call Street in Starke, serve on their current terms viable rescue system and are Temple reported to the adopt such a policy. The
Johns of Starke. according to Investigator are council members T.S. willing to pay the relatively board an unusual amount of board can hear cases and
Susan Kathleen Massey. George: Tomasovitth of the Thomas Jr, Bill White and low price of a first class service bomb threats have been madeto expel under present rules.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. police departmentA Margie Cason.Registration. the high school. Such a Hall said.Board .
SpurgeonMassey of Law ley. city glass display window of k books for the "Heart attacks and vehicle threat has to be viewed ser- member Arthur Gas-
Irene Desiree Wainwright. the store was broken around 2 4s city election were closed on accidents are the two greatest iously by the principal and kins pointed out that the Divi-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed a.m. Friday May 23. An inventory May 9. Prospective candidates debllitators In i>'world, in action taken to evacuate sion of Youth Services had
Wainwright of Starke., showed nothing f. .,5. ." ,.,, ,... for the two council seats neither case is the victim able buildings Supt. Temple been ridiculed for "not doing
110 BMS! students .earned taken, the alarm system will have until 5 p.m. Monday to control their occurrence pointed out High school students anything" in other situationslike
apparently having scared the Salutatorian Beth Chapman and Valedictorian Jody, June 9 to qualify. The qualifying either in time or place." were forced to stand this involving young
youth off according to Toma- Harper, "' fee is $25. "Think a minute about this outside two hours recently people. -
Ir oirtt {brie sovitch. Lake Butler has approximately and make your own conclusion after one bomb threat he Francis reports that 12
The youth confessed to'the 700 registered as to the worth of your bomb threat calls have been
attempted robbery and was ,voters, and a new list has been investment in Rescue The said.Taking action against per received in the past 16 months
arrested by Tomasovilch at 11 240 To Graduate prepared by elections super- system exists and is readynow sons calling bomb threats was since a telephone monitoring
a.m. Friday, just three hours visor Lottie Lee Archer and with highly qualified per- discussed by the school boardat device was installed. He says
after the investigator came on 9,"may be examined at city hall. sonnel. Your only duty is to the request of Principal several persons have been
duly at 8 a.m. and read the make it permanent." Waters Francis. Board members implicated in bomb threat
6 At BHSSTARKE
robbery report. June UCH Adults to Graduate said.With spoke in favor of expelling any calls through the monitoring
The youth who has a pre- more than '$3 million student guilty of making system which traces calls to
vious robbery record and has LAKE BUTLER Graduation -being expended over the last threatening calls."Regardless their point of origin .in a
CAR WASH served time, in one of thestate's 2-iO students are Haines High School and has exercises will be held three years by the federal of which way matter of seconds.
Saturday May 31 detention centers for candidates for graduationfrom been at UNF since 1970., of beginning at 8 p.m., Monday government in getting the we handle it, if you're looking Francis said a tremendous
Bill minister
Station Bradford School'sClass George,
Texaco youthful offenders, is chargedwith High June 2, for 18 members of the project started the fleet of for support you have mine," amount of time has been lost
Temple Ave.Sponsored breaking and entering of 1974-75 with music at the First Baptist Union County Adult High ambulances will be retained as was the reaction of Board ,at the high school due to the
By and malicious entry Into ceremonies set, Friday June Church of Starke, will give the' School. assigned to each county with Member J T. Parrish, prank calls. Students make
BHS Cheerleaders private property. The youth 6, at 8 pm. at the football inspirational invocation and message benediction.For the. Commencement exercises future funding on a local basisto Francis told high school students the threatening calls as a joke'
has agreed to make restitution staduim. will be held in the high school provide the continuing existence in an assembly Friday he says not realizing what
the first time .
) GYMNASTICS SHOW a com-
Tomasovitch states. bined baccalaureate and auditorium.: of the project.On that he will recommend that they are doing.Williams .
By 23 Girls
Damage to the jewelry store Forty-one students will
will be observed at
From BMSMonday. graduation

S p.m.,June .window around $115.Hampton has. been placed at Ada graduate Validictorian Jody Harper with of the daughter class honors.of is BHS.Candidates' for graduation'with 84 Union Students To Graduate June 6 II

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honors
At BMS Gym are Jody Harper.
Rev and Mrs. George S.
Public Invited To Vote of who has Beth Chapman Johnny -
Adults SI.OO Harper Starke 4.0 Hobbs Jan Searle Debbie LAKE BUTLER 84 Union Sunday June 1, at 8 p.m. Griffis Johnny Harris, Edwin, Joe Nathan
Students 50 centtPreschoolers Charter Changes posted a perfect grade Marshall P. J. Jenkins. County High School Seniors Baccalaureate services will Holder. Williams' -
in four of
Free oojnt average; Salutatorian years is Debra Mitchell, Donna ,'will graduate Friday June 6, be held in the high school Anthony Holmes Gary Margaret Anderson,
Qualified voters of the City high Beth schopl.Carmen Pauley Diane Yawn Joy' in commencement exercises auditorium with Rev. Sammy .Holmes. Kenneth Holmes. Patricia Brinson. Carla
"1' COMMUNITY CHOIRTo of Hampton will go to the poll of Mr, Chapman and Mrs. Starling, Glen, Mullms Joy' scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. Long pastor, Church of Andy Howard Randy Hunnl-,' Bryant; Martha, Crawford:
Be Formed t I'.on Tuesday;June 3,and decide daughter Albert :W. Chapman of Saxon Joyce Lane Benita at., weather permitting the Christ Lake Butler as the cutt '.Victor Jefferson; Tom Amelia ,Davis Sandy Deese.
t OrganizationalMeeting the fate of three pro.posec' Raiford who posted a grade Franklin Cindy Marie Smith high school athletic stadium. guest speaker for the evening. Jenkins, Johnny King, Sonny Elizabeth Dickens, .
'i Rhoda Marie Alice If the weather! inclement Union County's graduating King.
Jones
changes to the city charter point average of 3.95 in four Pam Dobbs Debris Doug
SundavJune1 of high school work. Atwood, John Tyson, Sheila or threatening the activitieswill seniors for 1975 are: James Lee' Joe Maxwell. faa Karen Dukes. Doyle For-
\ 3p.m.Methodist Voters will be given ar years Starling, Susan Hewett Eve. be held in the high school Willie Allbrilton, Kenny Jack Musseau, Tony Nesmith 'syth.. Catherine Griffin.
Church opportunity to vote for or Futch. David Harper Sherrie: auditorium.The Andrews, Michael Asher Tony Pay tee, Danny Pearson Glenda Griffis. Kathy
Fellowship Hall against an appointive Chief oi Main address at graduationwill Ashline, Daniel Boone Sharon clan valedictorian is David Banks,, Doug Barnett, Danny Pinkston Michael Holmes '
----- Police; for or against an be given by Dr.Andrew A. Williams Donald Kelly;* Miss Shelley Riherd daughterof Hal Biddix Stan Bielling Pittnum Andy Raulerson, Pam Parrish Emma ,Lou
appointive City Clerk;; and for Robinson an associate dean Lataine Herres, Beth. Crew/. Mr.and Mrs. Paul M. Randall Bivins, Don Raulerson Tim Reddish Perry, Lillie ;Mae
i I .. or against extending the termof :and professor in the College of Jimmy'' Brownlee, Randall ..Riherd of Lake Butler.. Kevin Blom Wayne Box, Mark Richardson Brian Regina Phillips.. Vicki Perry Red-'
office for mayor from one to1, 'Education at the University of Chilly. Joan Dyal, Nancy Lee;;: Salutatorian is LaWayne' Alfred David Seay,' Ralph Seay Craig' 'd1s1 ..Annette Redman Jan-
QJrjr (CommunityAccwit two years. North Florida in Jacksonville. Kenny Cauley Mike Gaskins ,'Crawford son of Mr. and Mrs. Brannen,' Water Brooks. Bill Shadd Henry Simmons. Ted nette Redman ".
etatr dank Dr. Robinson is chairman of; Chuck Hutcheson ,Randal Lester ,Crawford of Providence Cain Edward Cummings, Simmons, Curtis Sirmones. / \l'
the College of, Education at Kelley, Marcy Sullivan. Elva. -, (LaWayne Crawford Larry Stegal, Shelley Riherd, Vivian
Ho.*Jn.. ,ur...ast Polls will open at 7 a.m. and UNF. He is a former high Hampton, Kathy Jones! Guest speaker for the gra-' Roy flees Dennis Dowling Steve Stoutamlre Eugene Robinson Debbie SUnsell.r'.
.l Dipnll Tt40MODVPMr IniuriiK.Car*., close at 7 p.m. in the Hampton school teacher in Jacksonville Hallmark Mary AM.Lyons.* duation exercises will be Mr. Gerry Dukes.. Michael Fort- Todd. Richard ,Walmsley; ,Marie Thomas and Sonja Yarbrough. 'I"

City Hall. ,, a former principal off and Terry Thomas Terry..McDavid.,of Brooker. ner, Lorenzo Griffin, Dewitt Freeman White, ,,, ,Andrew:. .\ ...-as\ .... qw

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well, .'- luh, and Larry Hay :
Criw >rd ol Memphis Tenn. I i
l'I'II'son*/.1'|' Mr. und Mrs. Hay ;1 Meth. Seniors Vorease Patrick ComplimentedAt R. A.Brannens Hosts At LuncheonA I''
lord of !Lake Buller, M I

"eiA1) united in marriage May I Honored At Bridal Shower May 1 13 group of relatives of R.A. ford' Lake. on I'ridillor a
::1 I 'i :2 p,m. in the Lake Butler e+ Brannen met at the home covered dish luncheon und
ChiDii lircn! of ("hristII'! Roy Dinner PartyThe ', Mr. and of homemade ice cream.
Mrs. Brannen
Iks performed i the cere- Miss Vorease Patrick honoree and Mrs Ermie on Bed- Among the 20 attending
whose! marriage to Itandy Jones mother of the prospective -
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'l''eIrs: Mallie Golf, Mrs.
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Ills. 1),M. Hale presented a United Methodist ',Jones ill be an event. of May! groom. Cecil Davidsons Ruth T>re. Mrs. Rebecca
pi'olram(' of nuptial music. Women honored the Methodist :31. vu honored lit a bridal Johns Mr, and Mrs Everett
I Dili-orating. the alter were r graduates at a !supper' party ,shower:Tuesday night May 13 Edward Normans Hold ReunionMr. Brannen. Nancy: Benny end
gai .mdsf.daisiesand palms. Sunday night lit the Homestead given by Airs./ Norman I Denny. Mr. und Mrs. Olen
I/I ,n Crawlord attended i his /Restaurant Redding( und daughter( Chris-, Will Celebrate50th and Mrs Cecil Pa.rush.. Josh Suggs, Mrs.
PI her as best man, Ushers ,lie at( their home on islanding Davidson held a family Wiley Brannen Mrs. Kna
1'e i lalph'rawl'ordbrother' The dining uiblo was centered :Street:;t June 8 reunion at their home on Taylor, Mrs. Bessie ISeasley
of' the. groom and Kennethsmour w ith several ow Is in graduation Miss Ellen: George assisted Memorial Day.Attending of Lake Butler; Mrs.! Jewell
't' S [' brother-in-law of I robes.. ;With the lour games where' Mr. and Mrs. Edward were their Taylor of New: (Orleans) ; Mrs.
c bride. prizes were awarded und also Norman will celebrate their daughter Mrs. Betty Brittain Ethel; I'inkslon ol Luke City;
1' :Miss Barbara Gehringer Knio.vmg: the oCl'asion't'I'e assisted in serving.. golden wedding anniversary; of Taylor. Mich., Mr and Mrs. Mrs Bertha Pearce and Mr.
served. us maid of honor and Tommy' Reddish. Terri Smith. The. refreshment. table wascovered Sunday afternoon June 8 I Donald (Haggard daughters and Mrs. Kay lord Brannen of
I wore a \ellow/ sweater knit Jodie Harper. Mr. and :Mrs with a lace cloth overgreen from 2 to 5 p,m. at a reception Stephanie und Leigh, Mr, and Starke; Mrs. Juanila Boul-
dress. ith ruffle on the bottom Henry. Godwin, Rev und Mrs. ( and held' multi-colored two arrangements given by their children at the Mrs John Hinson, twin wright Mrs. Alberta Clem-
ol' the skirt und matching + George I Harper. and Mr. und ol Educational Building of daughters. Ashley and Leslie mons and Ressie.Brenncn of
rattled tap. elet. She wore Mrs Drew Heddish Graduates /gladioli.The( Bayless Highway Baptist of Montgomery Ala., Mr. and ..1lt'ksom'iIleII': and Mrs.
.l breath her hair and hostesses presented the Church Melvin and ,
bab.v's in unable to attend were Mrs. Haggard Marvin Holmes. Keystone
and
I carried I a nosegay of daisies + Jeanniehilfcn' ,, Danny honoree ilh a corsage of the sons.Jimmy.! Gary, and Ricky /Heights: Mrs. Thomas' F.
and baby's breath. Anderson and Glenn :Mullins. bunt pan as a memento All friends and relatives are of Davie. Mr and Mrs. Stuart Brown of Hampton and Miss
Mrs. Betty Brannon served wedding cake topped i by satin :Miss Melanie Hale. Miss I.ou- The church presented etch ,occasion.the Mrs. invited to attend. Wishart and sons, Ron and Jessie May IIrnnnl'1111'\ ,' Bar-
as a bridal attendant and was wedding/ bells and lily of the ann. Crawlord. :Miss Sandra, of the graduates with the took( 'Among guests mother were of the Ricky of Starke. (low
attired the same as the honor \alley. At each end of the IluJ.\\ ins. Mrs.illord C'rolt, "Wings of Silvir." AV.M. Patrick
1 attendant. table were arrangements of :Mrs. Kenny Brunnen, Mrs. "
Little Miss Dona Rae Crawford daisies and baby's breath and Sammy Long, and :Miss 1 Diane. u r
niece of the groom attended candles. !Mrs. Gone; Neuse: cut Cram. Misses/ 1..lIlhmul. Julieinllis ,
as I flower girl. She the cake and was assisted by ( gave out( the: rice halos( ,
-1' wore, a gown of white linen Mrs. Ken. Seymour and !Mrs. "Following/ a wedding, trip to
knit. made by the bride, similar /Duane McHae.The the. 1'IuI'Idat''S/; Miami I and I LQ'Th
in design to the bride's punch table I was SI, I Petersburg. the couple aielesidmg'at '
: gown( ith yellow ruffle at the covered with awhile linen :2mD.mson\ Lane, <. NOW IT'S
: neckline und yellow sash. cloth with lace.. border and :Mimi'his' 'ruin. ;
t Christopher Seymour, (.centered ilh a punch bowl I 'Hie bride is a giailualc( ol ,
: nephew of the bride, served as encircled. with daisies and iv.v', Cuiiral :Michigan(. I imcrsitvand ',I'
ring iK-arer. Alone side were w hue candll'sin dormer. Extension;: IliumKconnnuc'S ,
: 'I'he bride, given in silver/ candle. holders ilh : Agent/( in I'raillorilanil I j'
'. marriage by her father, wore the bridesmaids bouquets ; I Inion Counties. newdicS
a u lute linen knit gown, which placed at the lose Mrs. I Don 'I hi' groom'ancndd( (I I .aka, .
she made, lilted and I flared Crawlord and Ilrslowllrd/ City Junior I College/ ( and I ,lit ,,'", ,.,\'
with long skirl extending into iritfis. presided i at the punch I iiivt-rsily' ol .IIl'Ida" Hi )siniplo.ved ('!'
sell' train V-necklme with self' (Ixiwl. uith Crauloid\ ('on ,; :
fabric rulllc sheared under- Assisting were Mrs IU>' struilion ('oj j Ine in :Mini "
bust seaming. and gathers, Powell, Mrs. Bill Roberts phis. Twin ;',
and long, pulled sleeves. She 0 / o1
wore a lingertip veil and I '
blusher. attached i to a simple a
Dolly Jo Williams JJrl A'
headpiece of daisy lace appliiue. I
< She carried a nosegay of
daisies and baby's breath. Ressie Dowlinn A Great Gift. For ;

A reception was held in theihurch
educational building. 4 To Wed June 14 Great Dad '
:Mr. 1>.1\1. Hale greeted the rc I I
guests( at the door und !Mrs.K.ilpli t Dolly Jo Williams und
: Cruwlord kept (Ihebride's Hossie( 'I' Dim linjt Mill be On IFATHERSD
book. Standing in Ihe
united in marriage(" Saturday
receiving line were the bride Juno 14 al 4 p,m. at the home
and groom( their parents and ol' Mr Dovvfmg in Hampton
Inidal attendants. lollowed b.v a JMirbectio din Y 'n
'Ihe brides book, table was ner. .
uivcml with a white linen All/ friends' and relatives HIT I :
lire I Kirdcred cloth and held ahlide's I
invited to attend.
memory candle. surrounded \ I ( -
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It'l't'dllth a lour \tiered i while Rhoda Jones Pine LevelThe ASS \ f'"I) \\\{

annual for that s HAND
Landa Thornton banquet gladudling ( m m / \\
K.W. WainwrightWedding ( seniors ol I the Pine. /
Honored At Level Baptist Chul'chI'IIS held I \ I IIII
June 28 last Saturday night at PaiknlIhePalms I I \
Bridal ShowersMiss Keystone Heights '.
where a color scheme of' \III IIIrNkk t ,
Kev. and Mrs. Reed Jones of ,
yellow,orange( und green was ',I
Landa Thornton, June Starke announce the engage- used in decora ,('\ t I
!ii l bride.-elcvt, was honored at a ment and approaching The program consisted of a \,.
bridal shower Tuesday night. marriage of' their daughter, talk by David Strunk of Bland- i
Mtv :29 given b>' !Mrs. Jerald Hhoda Marie, to Kenneth log Boulevard Bapnst Church.
Baldwin und !Mrs James Wayne Wainwright, son of !Mr. Jacksonville, several skits a
Tixld. Jr at the home of the and Mrs James 1', Wainwright comical duel and a film present
latter on Sterns Hoad. of Lawtey. a I ion entitled. "The Con-
lilonll'lith prizes were Miss Jones is a 1975 graduate veision of ('01. Bollomly,"
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t'n.io} t'by/ the guests duringthe of Bradford High School telling of a West Point gra-
parly 1 hour -::30 (to 9:30: and is employed with the duate and how he became "a -
Florida State Prison. "
1',11I new man in Christ. Portraits
'I'ho .refreshment. (table was Mr. Wainwright is a 1972 of,the graduates were taken
entered" with an ecru. lace graduate of Bradford High during the evening..
'J,!I and centered. with a School and is employed as a BUS seniors from Pine
riding bell. Arrangements brick mason with Curtis New-: Level Church who were ,
(J f' I..IUlilies. were used some Construction Company honored on his( occasion were ,
ihroughout the party rooms. in Gainesville.The Tia Thornton, !Marlon Thorn $2400'
The. hostesses presented the wedding is planned for' ton Jimmy Scott, Johnny
honoree with a corsage and June 28 at 7 p,m. at the Trinity Kenney Barry \\hilehead.
l nd.il book as a memento of Church of the Nazarene 936 and Joan I Dyal.Buford \. $3500
t' ')occasion.. N.W. 31st Avenue Gaines-

ville.All friends and relatives are McKinneysHost -

Miss/ Thornton was complimented invited to attend. Rehearsal &: \ ,
at a lingerie shower .
:Monday night in Pine Level Albert .
Baptist Youth Building given Sparks Dinner May 8 $2600
by :Misses Cynthia Ann Jack
Hosts At luncheon'
son. Beth Davis, Priscilla Mr. and Mrs. Buford E,
Stalnaker and Valerie Jones. McKinney! were hosts for a
Games were played duringthe Party SaturdayMr. dinner party Friday night __ r t
party hours and prizes May 8. at the Garden Restaurant -
awarded. !\ and Mrs. Albert Sparks for their son Danny, and #
The refreshment table was gave a luncheon Saturday at his fiancee Jams Williams, ;' ,
...covered ith a cutwork cloth the Holiday Inn for their son. following the couple's wedd- -
and centered with an arrangement Lee and fiancee. Vicki Barks- ing rehearsal.The .
of roses. The gift table dale, before the couple's U-shaped i dining table J $2600' ';'
was centered. with a wedding wedding rehearsal.The was covered with a vv hue linen : ,
35 guests were seated at cloth and held an arrangement "
bell.The. 20 guests included Mrs a U-shaped table where the of multi-colored l spring , ':, :, I
Venue Thornton and Mrs head table held a centerpiece flowers. Place cards marked ; ,
B.M./ McHae. mother and of red roses and spring flowers the seating arrangement for' ,. I .
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grandmother of the honoree. were used at the side the 30 guests. : :
The hostesses presented tables The bride and 'groom presented ,
corsages to the honoree and The honored couple presented gifts to their attendants .
Mrs. Thornton and also gavehe I gifts to their attendants during the dinner.p'l'l.l.1TFI31tinGF. 11 99
( honoree a peignoir set. during. the luncheon "

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'Two couples. lied 1 lor first
place Tuesday night at '
Duplicate Bridge; results are: x2200. ,
lirst. Dr. Ara Watana and Ed :
Wainwright and Eva
:\Ialhewson and Jeff Wren-
'MORNINGSUN shall: second, Mrs. Lex Green
and Curtis Sanders, and third '
Rhea Johnson and Lora Fran
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*' Danny McKinney and Janis Williams J. B. Bakkens; Jr. Hosts
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Ii j Repeat Vows May 9 In Raiford At Rehearsal: Dinner May 22 /' I


I, Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Bakken, Mr. and !Mrs James B. /
Miss Janis Estelle Williams w--------- entertained at The 34 attending sat at a U- Bakken, Sr. of Waphelon, N.C. Mrs. Seeber Goodman tending the Shrine Ceremonial -
Jr. a
Mr. and Mrs. R.E. 'supper shaped table where the head underwent surgery last
daughter
last night in the and Mr. and Mrs. Donald in (Ocala Frida; and
Williams, Jr. of Raiford Thursday table was centered with an Thursday in (the Alachua General -
[ Methodist Fellowship Hall for Bakktn of( Breckenridge, Saturday were: HowelK )Nas-;
became the bride of Daniel E. arrangement of yellow and Hospital.
their son, Joey Bakken, and Minn. were Thursday to Worthy I'ritz Kramer, Pete
McKinney, son of Mr. and fiancee Susan ,Faulkner lavender pompoms and dai Monday guests of Mr. and J Fancher' Mr. and IIrs.1.: .A,
sies and Reggie Flynn is home for
Mrs. Buford McKinney, on the wed- smaller arrange Mrs. J.B. Bakken Jr. and Baldwin Mr. and \Irs
May 9 at 8 p.m. in the First v following rehearsal.couple's ments of the same flowers Mrs. Nelson Green and ten days from Samlord University Charles Dmkms! Mr. and :Mrs.

Baptist Church in Jtaiford. r- ding were placed at intervals down family. Birmingham Ala. Julian McRae. Mr. and :Mrs.Klbert .

Rev Aaron Singletary of the length of the tables. .: )Nettles; ( Mr and Mrs.
Ocala the u *1VtV **I7Mr. -**- During the the Mr. and Mrs. Wayne \Harperwere .
performed nuptials. supper Mrs John Greene assisted Kuv lit-Bali-man. Mr. and Mrs
Decorating the alter was a honored couple presented at a hamburger fry last visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert McRae. Mr. and iMrs.

large arch covered with mag-- I 1e7ry 7/ttPe.it/ gifts to their attendants. Thursday al the home of Mrs Jimmy Lawson in Jackson. Maxie ('1Irt'I'. Jr. and VI' "
ew \illc over the weekend.
nolia and gardenias and a ('ro .
J,L. Under at Doctor's Lakefor !>by ..
standing basket of white ""' Vicki Barksdale the second grade, class of 0

wedding flowers. At each end St. Johns Country Day School.Dr. .. Dinner guests at the home of Mrs. JO. Caldwell: ;.
were standing candelabraswith Honored Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Brannen at Lila Rae Yawn and I
Mrs
AtLuncheon
and !Mrs. Donald W, their home on Lake Bedford
lighted tapers entwined Thornton of Kingsley Lake and Mrs Harry Gruen Edwards! attended homIng I
on Sunday Rev James
with a garland of baby's announce the birth of a SundayThe attended, the Florida Slate Mr. were und "Olh nnniversaK
Shaw and
Mrs.
breath. Tall palms and other daughter, Janna Jeanine Dental meeting in Miami over of ArdelBrannen the"First l'resby t lerianCh \

greenery were used' in the born May 27 in St. Vincent's the weekend.Mrs. Jacksonville Miss in Fairlield on Sunday. II -'
)Nikki; i
Rowland
background. The family pews \Hampton Lake home of Flushing \
Hospital. Grandparents are :Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Elbert I See Page |II)
were marked with white car- Mr. and Mrs. ,F.W. Stricklandund Mrs. Vergie Barksdale was .W.n.llart attended the / -
Sibley Theressa and Miss "
nations and roses.Presenting !Mrs. Ellis Thornton. the setting for a bridesmaid Kemp-Knight wedding Saturday
Brannen
a program of luncheon Sunday given by in Ocala. J'ssielay Barlow.

nuptial music were Mrs !Mrs. Oliver Murray of St. PAINTING by BAXTER

Morris Brown, Jr., soloist, +* P Bakken George S.C.. Mrs James Mrs E.W. Hayes spent the Mrs. Ed Kimutis and Mrs.
Mrs. Sr.
Mrs. Carol Brown, pianist, d / .y ,, I Home Jr. of Gulf Breeze and weekend with Mr. and Mrs A.J. Eaves attended the field RESIDENTIAL-

both of Worthington Springs, '{ b Mrs Richard Williams of NewPort : L.A. Weekly in Ocala and conference at Gateway Girl COMMERCIALFREE

and W.B. McKinney of Starke, W"" v Given Surprise Richey for their niece, attended the Shrine Ceremonial. Scout Council in Jacksonvillelast
Thursday ESTIMATES
violinist r ) Miss Vicki Burksdale. .
Dewey McKinney attendedhis Party Sunday The 24 guests were sealed at CONTRACTFree

brother as best man. the dining room table and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Field of Mrs. Lex Green and grand List of ReferencesFor
Ushers were Earl Queen of three card tables which were Tampa spent the weekend son. Lex Sanders spent the
Hawthorne, Randall McGee, ? Mrs. J.B. Bakken, Sr. of centered by arrangements of with Mr. and Mrs. George weekend( with Mr. and Mrs The Asking!
N.D.
was given a
Wapheton W.II. Green in
Hatcher III and I lowers. Tallahassee.
Harry Gray birthday Sunday roses spring Flynn, Jr.
party
Flynn and Terry Gaines, all of surprise afternoon on her 73rd Assisting in serving were "Service You Can Trustat

Starke. anniversary at the home of Mrs. Vergie Barksdale and -- -= Reasonable Prices"SMALL
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Mrs. Dennis Crawford of Miss Catherine Home of St.
Kingsley Lake served as Mrs. Nelson Green. George, S.C. I BUSINESS AND
homemade ice :Jict
matron of honor. Miss Vicki Enjoying with and .The hostesses presented the y /-iemint RESIDENTIAL. : SIGNS MADE AT
and cake Mr.
Williams, Misses Linda and cream Sr. honoree with a book of poemsas I "p, BUILDING CONTRACTOR REASONABLE'RATES.
Mr.
Mrs. Bakken, were ,
Cheryl Sharpe of Cairo, Ga., a memento of the occasion
j rr Slat-
Williams of and Mrs. J.B. Bakken Jr., Crrtifi4962185.rl Serving The Starke and
Mrs.
lit' Ronnie.' F Mr.and Mrs. J.B. Bakken, III, 1 CUSTOM.
S.C. and Mrs ,
Kidgeland Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bakken,
Vicki Queen of Hawthornewere Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green, Mrs. W.H. Hart, Mrs. BUILT I Keystone Heights Areas.
bridal attendants.The Natalie Thornton and Mrs. COMMERCIAL
Crawford all of Lake Butler. Mrs. Randy Carter of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. DeRitch Greenof HOMES Call
attendants all Alice Voyles attended the CONSTRUCTION
were per 4
The bride's table was placedIn sonville. Brooker and Mr. and Mrs.
gowned in satin ribbon gowns front of the fireplace where Mrs. E.M. Rogers of Miami Donald Hardenbrook and formance of The Young COUNTRY HOME CENTER "LAKE BUTLER ti 964-5236 '
with blue, green and purple Ambassadors Tuesday nightat --- "<
the mantle was decoratedwith kept the gift table which was their families. "" _
floral design with the Civic Auditorium. -c
empire magnolia and candles. covered with a blue table-
waistline trimmed with royal
Punch was served from cloth.
blue streamers. They wore matching round ,tables Standing in the receivingline
blue hats trimmed with
light covered with white lace cloths were the bride and groom, ti I
blue and carried
royal they and centered with punch their parents and bridal attendants
of rosebuds mixed
nosegays ,
bowls encircled with .
green-
spring flowers with royal blue ery. Presiding at the punch Following a wedding trip to FAMILY DISCOUNT sroftcs

streamers. bowls Mrs. Donnie World and Orlando the
were Disney SPt."e3TO '
Little Miss Lori MAIIRBei
McKinneywas
Crawford of Raiford, Mrs. couple is residing on Palm A _
flower girl and Scott ar
Kenny Chitty of Starke and Street,'Starke. .
Ellison was ring-bearer, they
are niece and nephew of the z 1

groom. UDC Luncheon *'Sp'SfSf'S?'sPffr..*3f tJpMr. %
The bride, given in 4Z

marriage by her father, worea June 4 At MundysThe
floor length gown of white n.A"lI t

silk organza. The high

scalloped neckline collar was W.T. Weeks Chapter, and Mrs. Theron C

sheer with small lace flowers U.D.C. will meet Wednesday, Hunter of Hampton announcethe

centered with tiny pearls, and June 4, at 11 a.m. at the homeof birth of a daughter, / : '

empire waistline. The sleevesof Mrs.! W.B. Mundy on Kings- Carolyn Renee, born May 9 in _O
the dress were long and ley Lake for a covered dish Alachua General Hospital. ,O _

sheer with tiny lace flowers luncheon and meeting.Mrs. Grandparents are Mrs. A.H.
accenting the bottom of the Charley E. Johns will asse, Keystone Heightsand Opoa I. t tpA

sleeves. Tiny lace flowers be co-hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng,

were scattered over the Hampton. .A4 MEI/TANK' TOPS COOL Ai ,

t,,.f ruffle at the and hemline.! had Her\ veili Mrs'1' AJ. EavesEntertained d

Of silk and lace fell delicately :

to the floor from a Juliet cap Scout ;/J 'l/o..k.w c: i .I A colorful selection of E AV
I headpiece. She carried a cas- I stripes and solids in J y'AV $
nylon or col loo luiir.
cade of white
bouquet roses Leaders Dale Clendon Johns of
Thurs. Las S, M, L.
lipped with blue and feathered Starke is among 793 studentsto MEN'SDRESS / oNr us aw' I

carnations centered with awhite be named to the honor roll SLACKS MEN'S FRAYED OENItt
orchid and accented Mrs. A.J. Eaves entertainedthe at Ricks College of Rexburg CUT-OFF SHORTS
FROM THE OM PRICE SAVE CON PLAICE SAVE
with ivy.A Bradford-Union Girl Scout
Idaho with a grade average of us U"I.JM'
wASS&M 0.15 5ASSW
reception was held at the leaders at her home on Colley 3.5 or higher. Johns is the son #1 MAKER 14" a%
State ,Farm. Club (House in Road last Thursday night.
of and Mrs. Charles E.
The refreshment table Mr. h A top-lobsl selection. of I 100carendsnim. Pisshrunk. BEL-AIRE 20" 3-SPEED FAN EAGLE H.D 30W MOTOR OIL
Raiford. Mrs. J.D. Hart of was Johns, 1302 W. Pratt Street, 0I wonted styles' easy-core Bar tacked con .
Fort Myers cousin of the covered with a green linen Starke. Ricks College is a two- fabrics,fashion c.I.... A struction. Blue .29-36. G-E power cord and control switch. S-eloment It cleans as It lubricates, 100% pun virgin crude.
bride, greeted the guests at cloth trimmed in lace and cen- brand you know for quail molded safety blade Fmpa. oaf perils Our* t. formulated for the modern engine, extends 'Ms.
tered with year college owned and ly,comfort .and good fit. ( able baked enamel finish. Rugged sleel cose. Exclusive, Eagle /formula. 1 qt. .,...
the door. Mrs. Jimmy Cox of a large green operated by the Church of Find it at Eagle for lust MEI/'S/ UGU 7SHUNTSa _. ((
Raiford kept the bride's book. candle encircled with boxwood Jesus Christ of Latter-day 3.991 51.. .. ?B .,. Ofl BRIEFS, PACK OF I 'NO '
The bride's table was and a Brownie doll anda Saints with an enrollment of ,IRONy

covered with a white organza Girl Scout doll. 4996. ,-.., .WAID SA"I"" -

cloth edged with a green gar During the meeting Mrs. ? I 1'
R.S. Mullins IIRR.4OaaNaj 50 oolyester: -50"% cotton. ''l
bells was presented a
land with wedding on '
Mr. and Mrs. Olin ...
White and .1 ,... .." Leg bonds reinforced.' El
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silver in for .
each corner of the table. A plate appreciation sons; Larry and Mike and tic wa.t.SlmSMLSL. /
her service to Coun- D wyy
three tiered wedding cake in Gateway
Miss Linda Powell were Mon- ORLON SOCKS...2/l.M ISISIIII)
the center of the table was cil.
day night guests of Mr
decorated with lig.it: blue rose-, The new field director, and Mrs.supper Hobert White in BIN'S

buds. Around the cake was Sandra,.Cohagan of Gaines- Gainesville: Robert's 1 t ssMaEI1AlEWM JR. BOYS' T
birthday r
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on a. Half
white carnations,: pompoms ville, gave a slide presentation /taRiun SPOUT SHIRTS I STRETCH NYLON
und ivy. Flanking the cake thanking the 25 girl scout ,ry I in a SLAM TRUNKS "wlAY -

were silver candelabras., leaders in the Starke area for { lAYI 27% I V1 { S .A! 1 / /AY!
Serving the cake were Miss their service as leaders for the Mr. and Mrs. Edward / 20% IAf _. jj 22% SAT /t% 1.I( enl
Pfiester and family attendedthe
Linda Alvarez, Mrs. Wayne approximately 200 active girl of the SPRINKLER WITH SPIKE IPXl/r'VINYL HOSE MNOSBIEU WASNEN AUTO DACE ITAIO
,Tanner, and Mrs., Mary Ann scouts. spring convention ,' WA2,* .A13.If Covers on orto of 6x30*. M.o.ydup 100% vinyl R.mav.sroad fdmdm, Each jock stand has
Florida State Association of t' Stay-neat blend of 1, 100%nylon Delrm plane hvadmtt* with solid, brass coup burs. R dy to u.. no 3,000 Ib. capacity. All.
the National Campers and 0 h* Dacron polyester- t h tUnp. Contrast al spik. Cuor. for lyre, lings. Yellower green. muinp.Biplpollonjog. m.taLAdluuabbrol6N:'

Hiker's Association near Dis cotton, rrintsandsolids. pocktts and waist
Frvah /1.., I .SMLXL. tabs. Sun 4-7. d
Fresh Frvah ney World and Sea World over !r ht {. .. .
the weekend., 1.- .

FARM VEGETABLES
Mrs. Lu Struth and daughter -
BOYS'T-SHIRTS Ly
Kathy, visited Mr. and 100% cotton Whits with ,

If You Want It We've Got It Mrs. Rod Struth and family in crntralttnmSMLXL. 1 a'4MEl'
Plant the weekend. 1 I
City over 1 rOCSET URLS' I s i MI0

r111 1.CIIOL MNMAAN{ NYLON KNIT/ v
PElS SQUASH, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd A. T1_TOPS /MAMMON SHELLS Q _
Abbott of Tampa and Mrs. .AYl LN :

Merle Mardis of Morgantown 'S a { ..{ 1AV1 WA! FAY!
CUCUMBERS W. Va. were weekend guestsof s.u. SATMlf+'f 11% 7If M% Ski/ 3.N.ASJ.K

i Miss Madge Middleton. .... WAIIndigo ,/ N-QUART ICI CHEST INSULATED PICNIC JUO 0-E ALARM CLOCK AC/DC,AM/FNRAINO

OKR STRIIIG BEANS VSY cotton Srub blue bellstopstitched Mock: ,turtle raps in Evtra heavy polyfoomwithmoldedhondles./ Half gallon Wide mouth Eosyto-reoddiol Quiet Luggage-style learner*
Mrs. Titus Olson spent the br.nad..ro01 In ." .100ny I Lid fa easy filling, handy acct.a.dgqndob..3'' etle case. Complete with
weekend with Mr. and Mrs.' -an sin (lib all. ag., Fly front lon. Vivid, ."i...... designed'for_"ngtray. {pout. ,d rnryhadly r, G.t wonanry. 6enw,. and saphas.
Sohd.ad.nlp.s 1 ? S pockets. 7-15 Sues 110 H.
Paul Hawkins in Jacksonville.Mrs. .
\ y CORN //I \

A Myrtle Anderson and

& SHELLY BEANS grandson. Eddie Schwab of

Gainesville spent Thursday to
f'' Monday with Mr. and Mrs.

: BUTTER BEANS Edward Island. J.. Schwab at Merritt tN prA



HOT PEPPERS BELL PEPPERS Mr. and MrS:.William Mengof

St. Petersburg.spent the
SAY! WAS SA"I PACK wu fAV! WA' IAVIlI
weekend with Mrs. Meng'sfather % ....1iiIiijil LH "" 1M LU Self INIt
GEORGIA E.L. Matthews, and
Mr. Meng's parents Mr. and ws cosnmi DEDE IEM IM ERNS ant I fl USUAL NUTS I"LEATHER WORK SHOES TERRY WASH CLOTHS TIRRYUACN TOWELS mir CANVAS AM MAT rlliau7 SINS .
Mrs. Paul Meng, of Full-cushioned insole, sturdy eon* Open weave isflenibls.wosh* Detune .....tructl... Oil resistant, N.ady.dgd100cot.. Vivid Mrry prin.. -all Entra.heavy duty.. coons' G.wlrrIsod.alkAd' .. .
PEACHES Hampton. ves uppers. Rldaed soles. 7 17. .eole. Popular cola,,. Sites 7-12. sals,cushioned,insole.Brown.7-12. ton terry. Large 1 11\.11"\ liMrbonl 1 10% fabric.-....construction. in nyl... MId ,..-vy.. .
),. While here. the Meng's baby f ..... Assorted" cotton., l Large t7.Su'. Vinyl MM beg. 'OCk!'", ar.tst..hdlt

daughter, Dana Michele,' was I

'.IiIIL. :, christened in the First United F ASM. ON rRMTDIGEI'
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.; \\ Female Guard Member Charges Discrimination Supt.- Bd. Member Clash On Spending. ..i New Hunting, !I

1 Fishing Permits
\ Sp4 Helen M. Gillespie, the the requirements for womento I'll be glad to produce them," get buses now for next year Is by cutting the spring break
Airst woman accepted for enter National Guard OCS Guard authorities in declining Temple stated. If some school over ordered, from seven school days to six.
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P t fnlislment In the Starke are stiffer than those for men. Sp4 Gillespie's" applicationwas "I'd be glad to have them Temple said.Chairman. 'School will open for students Availabe Monday,
.ational Guard unit, has filed According to OCS director proper. but I don't want It to go on andon Rodney Hall Sept. 2. Thanksgiving will
formal complaint with the Richard S. Pinson of St. ," Mrs. Spengler said. commented: "We made a close school for three days TALLAHASSEE Sports
,-:qual Employment: Oppor- Augustine, however, Sp4 55 "Well, I'll bring it to your motion to turn it (the loan beginning Nov. 26. Two weeks 'men should take note that new ;
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unity| Commission (EEOC) Gillespie was refused admis- Lawtey attention again that it's theBoard's money) back. That bothersme. will be allowed for Christmas 1975-76 hunting and fishing
sion to OCS because she has ." holidays. Spring vacation will licenses will be available
prerogative at any J
A1"" district office in Miami, P
charging unlawful employment not completed 50 per cent of I Students time to call for whatever they "It bothers me, too," open April 17 and end April 23. Monday, June 2, at the officesof 1
-J practices resulting in the credit hours needed to want to know on the finances. Temple said. "but it's my School will close May 31 for all tax collectors and
k-r rejection as a candidateor obtain a baccalaureate The important factor this error and I accept it." Memorial Day and the year license agents. I
the National Guard Officers degree "The educational Earn AwardsLAWTEY Board is the last page on that Temple added returning the will end June 11. The new license will be I
Candidate School. requirement is not waiver- particular budget where it money meant the board would -Approved payment of honored by the Game and \
The female Guardsman, able," he said. Lisa Norman says the Board has "X have to say the loan was not $11,263 for fencing at the Fresh Water Fish Commission -
11.sow at summer camp with the Pinson also said, however, and Salatheia Jenkins number of dollars unencum- necessary because the need warehouse and bus barn near from date of purchase. I
0''' that the same educational received top honors 55 bered for the rest of the year," had been removed. Saying the the middle school.The fence is Dr. O.E. Frye, Commission !
.li'ocal unit at Camp Blanding, requirement is not a prerequisite among Temple continued. county doesn't need the buses 1,672 feet long, eight feet high director, pointed out that a I
awards
"o. 'rlleges in her complaint that for male applicants to night recipients at Lawtey during Elementary an ;"The board makes out how could place the board in an with three strands of barbed fishing license is a' bargain, ,I

......, ,,'1 School on Tuesday, May 20. much will be appropriated.Right awkward position, he said. wire on top of that. but the angler who purchaseshis j
?" Mrs. Spengler asked. -Postponed acceptance of new license on June 2 will
Awards were presented to the
x have to do In routine items at cancer insurance bids receive 13 months of fishing ,
students for "Well,we nothing Deputy 1
55 achievementsin
(?7" BARGAINS BARGAINS physical education, -you see, that budget does not special meeting, the board: biding Kilpatrick said the for the regular price of a 12-
t scholastic ability and safety reflect when we appropriatedX -Approved the school firms have been month license
-p involvement. Awards number of dollars. We have calendar as proposed by narrowed to four, but the bids In addition to the new fish-
.\ BARGAINS! for the first time were presented not backed out of that budget Curriculum Director Richard of these firms differ in com- ing license, sportsmen may
'M I Sp4 Helen M. GillespieOCS. the Commission of Education yet $100,000 when the Governor Jockel. Only change was to plex ways which need further also obtain their hunting
Awards for physical, scholastic cut out of our budget. include Memorial Day in the study to determine which is I licenses and wildlife manage-
'. American 60)(12,3) Br-FK. '6154 According to National and leadership achievement That's why the appropriated list of holidays for next term the best bid. ment area permit stamp at

( Frontier 36x24 2 Br-Doublewide '7550 Guard Regulation 351.5, the and the Presidential balance at the end we have the same time. Sportsmen
only educational requirementfor Physical Fitness Award. not amended our budget and Paul McLeod Graduates Cum Laude planning to hunt on wildlife
Sylvan 50x12 2 Br-FK, '5295 male applicants is that Top awards, the Award of will not amend it until the end management areas should
they "must be high school Honor, went to Misses Norman of the year to coincide with Paul A. McLeod graduated I I demonstrating scholastic pick up an application for the
Fernwood 60x12 2 BrFK8295Used graduates or must have. and Jenkins. this cut," Temple said. Sunday, May 18, from the leadership in psychiatry.Paul new quota hunt permit that
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them hunt
equivalent credit. Receiving the Award of But Mrs. Spengler pursued University of Alabama Schoolof will allow to on the
The regulation Includes a Merit from the Commis- her point: "I am still con- Medicine. former Debra Stinson of popular wildlife areas duringthe
Marlette
8 Wide number of other differences in sioner's office John cerned about being in the red. Keystone Heights. They have opening days of the sea-
were:
requirement for men and "It would be nice to know two children, Tracy and P. J,
Charles Brown
Thru-Out Thompson, Paul graduated cum laude and are presently residing in son.According the Commis-
Plush Carpet women OCS candidates, such Marvin Norman, Janet Jor when you're overspent. to
fired back "We're out of a graduating class of Pensacola. sion director, all and
us minimum age 18 for dan, Bunky Julie Temple : hunting
Excellent Cond. males, and 20 for females. Griffis, Sapp Lois not overspent! That's a 117. He was also awarded the Paul is a 1968 graduate of fishing licenses expire at mid
Tammy Starling,
deci- Battle S. Searcy, III, Bradford High School and the June 30 and
Pinson, however that Sp4 matter of judgment night, new
------------------------- Moore and Crawford.
Gillespie was turned down Tommy sions. Both Chairman Hall memorial award given to the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. licenses will be required effective -
WE HAVE THE ONLY NEW 1BR HOME IN GAINESVILLE Receiving the Award of
solely because of the steeper Excellence were: Sybil Kelly and Mrs. Spengler pointed out outstanding s student McLeod of Decatur, Ala.. July 1.
educational requirement for and Jerry Locke. the budget is overspent in line The new quota hunt permit
WATCH OUR LOT FOR NEW
women. Four students qualified for items. Choral Society To Be FormedIf will be required to hunt on a
Commenting on the case, the Presidential Physical Fitness "You bust everything, you wildlife management area
EXCITING CHANGES Maj. Gen. LaVern E. Weber, Award: Jerry Locke, know, and have a balanced you are interested in (Methodist Church. A brief during the first nine days of
chief of the National Guard Lisa Norman, Salatheia Jen- budget for three years and not choral music, you are invitedto I I period will be devoted to the season, November 8
NOW TAKING PLACE Bureau said "The Officer kins and Anthony Williams.A go in the red and not have to join with others in the organization, but some choral through November 16. .
Candidate School standardwas school-wide field day is borrow any money to operateit community in the formation ofa literature will be read also.If Frye said, "Hunters will not
established, in part, to being held today (Thursday, and you get fired at; I just choral society. you are interested but be allowed to enter the wildlife
cause the potential candidateto don't appreciate it," the cannot attend this meeting, management areas withoutthe
ss>r May 29)) giving students a
demonstrate that she is, superintendent stated."I Object of such an please contact John Schmidt, permit and wildlife offi-
chance to demonstrate
their
M BI I IE! if-I F Phone willing accept the academic physical abilities. don't appreciate 'not organization will be to give .964-6774, or William George, cers will conduct careful
burden and is capable of being told when we're in the opportunity for choral activity 964-5287. All details con- checks for permits in all
378-1379 achieving desired results. ------.....----- red," Mrs. Spengler said. to the citizens of this area. cerning frequency and places areas." .
00 This prerequisite may not be NO HUNTING SIGNS: For sail; "I don't appreciate your not The first meeting of this to meet for rehearsal and The quota hunt permits will
waived and the determin- and rent .signs. The Office asking me about it before now organization will be on Sunday 'performance will be worked be issued without charge.
4577 N. W. 13th Street Gainesville ation by Florida National Shop. You wait until you get in a afternoon, June 1, at 3 p.m. in' out at this meeting. You are However, there is only a
public meeting, the press is the fellowship hall of the First invited to attend. limited number of permits for
here and everybody Is here..." each area and these will be

Temple said. Inmates Recaptured One Still Out issued on a first-come, first-
: "Why? Do you have some- served basis.Sportsmen. ,
thing to hide? Mrs. Spengler STARKE Two white male intersection of SR-225 and SR- who plan to open
.A i' asked. prison inmates were recap- 16, three miles east of FSP. the hunting season on a favo-
't "We've given you every tured about noon yesterday The truck was found abandoned rite wildlife managementarea
piece of information that you May 28, in the Evergreen sec later. are reminded to submit
e.r r wanted, you know," Temple tion of northwest Bradford Upon receiving notice from their permit application early.
said. county, nine miles northwestof Brewer, who had gone to the They will be available at the
"Do we have something to Lawtey. 'church to do some painting offices of all tax collectors and
hide?" Mrs. Spengler asked. about the church being broken license agents on June 2.
"I don't have anything to Bradford County Sheriff's into, sheriff's deputies and The quota permit system
hide," Temple said. deputies assisted by personnelfrom prison personnel converged on will reduce the hunting
"I don't either," Mrs. the Florida State Prison the vicinity and captured the pressure on some of the high
llaOMoriGI Spengler said. responded to an alarm when escapees about noon yester- use wildlife areas and redis-
At that point the board Otis Brewer discovered that tribute sportsmen to areas
CI returned to the demolition of the Evergreen Baptist Church day.McHaney was serving a 25 that can absorb the extra
the old BHS buildings. Archi- had been broken into,Tuesday year sentence for breakingand pressure without crowding the
tect Craig Salley said the night.A entering in Clay County hunters or damage the wild-
earliest the demolition job can manhunt was already on and Morton was serving loo life population. For example,
be bid is June 19. for Jack James McHaney and years for robbery in Dade small areas such as the
Temple said he expects no John Albert Morton, who had County Apalachee will be limited to
trouble finding the money for escaped from FSP last Tues- A third prison inmate Willie 200 permits while the
SafeAll the job. Under certain condi day, by commandeering a Hart, who escaped from the Apalachicola National Forest
. tlonsbhe said, the board might' prison trash truck. to make Union Correctional Instituteat will have 8.000 permits avail-
1 to use some of the their getaway. Raiford Tuesday,' May 27, able.
state bond funds.If The escapees were last seen was still at large as of yester- Hunting and fishing licensesand
j. the board can get a short yesterday in the truck at the day (Wednesday, May 28)). permits available to Florida -
term loan at the bank, why not sportsmen areas follows:

d proceed asked member Arthur Parade To Honor GeneralThe Resident Hunting and Fishing -
): i 1 ii: LadiesSwimwear Gaskins..Temple said he Friday Combination License

would announce at the June where'the 9. annual military parade,, Guardsmen will participate in $10.50; Resident Fishing
.,- meeting of the board highlight of the Florida the parade which will be con $3.00: Resident Statewide
money can come from.In National Guard summer cluded with a spectacular Hunting. $7.50; Resident
another matter concerning encampment now in its first helicopter flyover. Hunting Home County, $2.00:
4et finances Supt. Temple week at Camp Blandingwillbe Now training at Blanding Resident Hunting Other Than
said he doubts several school staged Friday, May 30, at 3 are' units of the Florida Home County, $4.50; Wildlife
buses will make it
through Guard's 53rd from all Area Permit
p.m. The public is invited to ) Brigade Management
another year. Temple said he attend. sections of Florida, and two Stamp, $10.00; Underage!
has not returned to the bank This year's t parade will be in U.S. Army Reserve Units, one Wildlife 'Management Area
w ,1 Off the$45,000 the board borrowedto honor of Gen. Henry W. from St. Petersburg and one Permit,$2.50; Archery Season
20 % buy four buses. At Temple'srecommendation McMillan who will retire on from Fort Lauderdale. permit, $5.00; Hunting Pre-
when the August 12 after holding the After two weeks of intensive serve, $5.50) ; Senior i Citizen
school funds cuts were made the units will Certificate, No
position of State Adjutant training, returnto Charge; Appli-
earlier this year, the board General since 1962. their home stations the cation for Quota Hunt Permit,
voted to return the borrowed weekend of June No
,More than 3.000 National 78. Charge,
money to save$15,000 per year
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t >., : : the board order three buses -

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TELEGRAPH. .. May 29,1975April!



I Land Sales Pick Up To $639,800 '


..IlL.culated .....,
Recorded land transactionsfor by the state documen- Kansas L. Roberts and, George H. Pierce, executor 16000. Albert Birt and .Madelyn Mary James Johnson, Ger- M.ford Sutton C. Sutton, a parcel and of Margaret land 190
April totaled $639,800, tary stamps affixed to each of Alfred C. Roberts and Claudia of the estate of Oshie Harton, Anna Stelogeannis to Phila- Birt Arthur Bruno, Lots 5, 6, trude James Jones and feet by 235 feet in Sec. 2-8.22 -
more than doubling the March the warranty deeds, which is W. Roberts, and Charles L. to Samuel C. Lane and GoldieM. delphia Equities, Inc., all that 7,8,9,10,11, and 12 of Block 10 Frankie Mae James Smith to
total of $318,250 as Bradford 30 cents for each $100 of value. Roberts and Hazel T. Robertsto Lane,._3.2 acres in the portion of the south 143 feet of I lof the Town of Hampton in Mary Kopach and Barbara A. 6000.T.H. Slade ,and Flora J.
County property sales pickedup Other land transactions for Grady C. Smith, Jr. and southwest quarter of the the southwest quarter of the Sec. 307.22 11600. Izard, the north half of the I Slade to John E. Kunne and
again. April were: Carla P, Smith Lots 11 and 12 northwest quarter of Sec. 3-7- southeast quarter of the Calvin Rodney and Eleanor southeast quarter of the J. Kuhne, an'undivided
Land sales for the first four Anthony W. Crawford and of Ind.an: Beach, Unit No. 2 22 21000. northeast quarter of Sec. 32-6- Rodney to Calvin Rodney, northeast quarter of Sec. 26,822' one-half Mary interest, and Robert
months of 1975 have reached Carolyn G. Crawford to $37,000. John A. Lucas and Elvira H. 22 that lies west of US-301, and Lots 1,2 and 3 and (the south 39 $9,000.Ora Kuhne, an undivided
2119066. William Clifford Lawson and Steve Whitehead to Velda N. Lucas to Garland Mallory and other lands 15000. feet, 7 inches of Lot 4 of Block Lee Albright and Ralph half A. interest, in a parcel one-of
Of the 37 parcels amountingto Carolyn Annette Lawson the Cardin, Lot 4, containing one Allene G. Mallory, 11.12 acresin Jesse C. Hicks and Zita M. 9, Temple's Addition to City of K Albright to Donald W. land situated in the southeast
more than $1,01)0 each, the southwest quarter of the acre, more or less of the north the southwest quarter of the Hicks to George L. Kersey and Starke $10,000. Jackson, one two and onehalfacre of Sec.
largest transaction for April southeast quarter, and the half of the northeast quarterof northeast quarter of Sec. 6-6- Iris I. Kersey, 11.37 acres in Albert H Birt and Madelyn lot in the southwest corner quarter Keystone Developers 34.5.22-$5,000., of
for and involvedthe south half of the northwest the southwest of 22 of the east half of the
was $159,400
quarter 20000. the southwest quarter of the E. Birt to Arthur Bruno, all of Bradford, Inc., to Walter M.
sale or a parcel of land in quarter of the southeast Sec. 3-6-22 $29,000. Rudolph P. Arndt and Molly northeast quarter of Sec. 27-5- Blocks 8 and 9 in the City of southeast quarter of the Mulhofer and Mildred A. Mul-
Starke by the Spartan Food quarter,' west of SR-16 and Gladys Marie Glisson as Fay Arndt to Edward; A. 21- 15000. Hampton, Sec. 30-7-22 $9,900. southeast quarter of the hofer Lot 1 of Block 2 of
Keysstone
Systems of Florida, Inc. (Har- south of SR-233 (50,000.(; attorney in fact for Homer W Ehinger and Barbara J.Ehmger A.M. Smith, as attorney in Geneva Shores, Ltd. to northwest quarter of Sec. 16-6- Club Estates, Unit One
dee's Hamburgers) to Sonark Ila Lee Ellis to J,D. Wright Townsend and Lena Town- a parcel of land fact for Jefferson T. Smith Thomas E.: Stalnaker and 22 8100. -
Inc. The Sr. and Irma S. Wright, 2 send L. Pickren and situated in Sandra J. Durkee and $4,000. i
Realty Systems to Cyril Sec. 258.22 and Juanita Smith, to J.C. Bessie. Linda Stalnaker, Lot 5 Raiford Tetstone and
property is located on the west parcels: the west half of the Barbara F, Pickren, Lots 2 ,20000. Dukes and Judy Ann Cauff-- situated in Sections 25 and 36 Charles Durkee to George II. Tetstone to Clifford J. Elixson Nancy
side of US-301 South, north of northwest quarter of Sec. 13-6- and 3 of Block 3, of South Gate Keystone Developers man Dukes, Lot 2 of Block 3 in of Township 8 South, Range 22 Pierce Dudley P Hardy and and Willine L.. Elixson,
.
the Wanee Railroad tracks, in 21, 80 acres and, the east half Re-plat 24000. Bradford Inc., to Whetsel Pinehaven $13,500. East $9,500.Vance George Roberts, an undivided a one'
less
the southwest quarter of the of the northeast quarter of Crown Builders of Florida Investment Company, Lots 2 William B. Stern, as trustee, Parkin and Ramona one-third interest to each, a acre southeast parcel, more or of ,the in
southwest quarter of Sec. 28-6- Sec. 14-6.21, 80 acres between Inc., to Mary P. Lappe, Lot 28 and 4 of Block 17, AND Lots 5 to Robert G. Strauss, Lot 24 of Pitts to Carolyn L. Saucer, a parcel of land situated in Sec southwest the corner of the
22.Land SR-229 and SR-225 in the of Block 2, Shady Oaks Subdi. and 18 of Block 2, in KeystoneClub an unrecorded plat of Seminole parcel of land situated in Sec. tion 21-6-22 in Starke 6000. quarter of Sec. 33-6-
sale prices are cal Pleasant Grove area $60,000.: vision, in Sec. 8-7-20 $21,500. Estates, Unit One Ridge, Unit 2 12500. 29-6-22 $9,500.( Thomas Ray Sutton to Clif- 20 southeast- $4,000.quarter.

Gilbert Q. Crosley and LouieBell
Crosley to Arthur C.
Miller and Dorothy A. Miller,
a parcel of land situated in the
southeast quarter of Sec. 7-7-,

IT I 1&1BjJ 22 Keystone- $4,000. Developers. of.

Bradford, Inc., to George J.
Dommanni, Lot 6 of Block 15
Prices Good of Keystone Club Estates.

( [ DPQ[jJD( QJJ(! JUJI3 Open 9 Mon To 8-Wed May 29 ,- June 1 Unit F. Brooks One 3500.Herman to Eula

/ Carlton, Lot 31 of Whispering
Thurs Sat 9 To 9 Unit 2
SHOPPING Pines, 3000.
U.S. 301 Sf ar k e Fla. Sun 12 To 6 F. Brooks Herman to
CENTER Emery L. Griffis and Ora L.
Griffis,'a parcel of land in the
northeast quarter of the
northeast quarter and in the
southeast quarter of the
MEN'SCASUAL MEN'S northeast quarter of Sec. 22-6-
21 $2,500.
-
LIGHTWEIGHT CASUALS Martha Powell McClaneand
J. Huston McClane to
SLIP ON'SBlack -..-_ O.L.Haynes and Mildred
7 Black S. Haynes, a parcel of land in
6IIhllat s Starke between SR-230 and
'w' ; n PVC Sole, Bessent Road,.situated in Sec.
t 28-6-22 $2,000.Lester
I And Heel, B. Wright and
Gerandyne L.' Wright and.
$ M-: Available Edward L. Arms and :Mildred
Arms to Jerry E. Gentry Jr..
Viscount QCt In Black, and Sandra G. Gentry one
a IS acre parcel net situated in the
Sole, -_ .E I Ipl.. 4 Brown southeast quarter of Sec. 7.7-
22 2000.
9/8 Heel \j.... w.--- __,__... 4L nd WhiteMEN'S Bradco Development Corporation
",,""'M---- to Crown Builders of
Sizes Florida. Inc., Lots 5 and 8 of
,, Block 17 of the :North Reno
6-11 Subdivision 1600.
00 /' James T. Wainwright and
2$1 Agnes T. Wainwright to Leslie
Crews and Viola Crews. Two
; parcels:: 2.26 acres and c' 5
d1 g ra. acres more or less both
$999 parcels in Sec. 27.5.22-$1,200.
J,L. Goodman and :Stable
n. -i'' ,Goodman to Patricia ,Ann
i::' : Goodman. Lot 2 of Block 6 6t
Temple's Addition to Starke. -

$1,000.

!MARCH, LAND:: SALES
DYNAMARK MEN'S '


DRESS SHOES DRESS BOOTS STARKE Recorded land
sales for the first three
TRACTOR months of the year reached a
total of $1.479.266.Mth :March
Side Zipper recordings of $318.250. lulling

$ 9 9 9 Electric Start, PVC Sole, Januarv'sI33.&ti6.below February's' $725.550and.
Of 27 transactions recorded
Shock Mounted And Heel during March, the largest was'"
Sizes for 50000. und representedthe
Eng ne. Sizes6Available %- 1 sale of an undivided i one-
6y2-11 half interest in 3.065 acres of
Transaxle Drive $59995 land west of Starke and South
of SR-100. near three Bradford

I In Black 36" Twin Cut Blade $1 12 95 Crosby County, Smith and lakes sold Rowell.an Sampson undivided ThomasF .

or Brown one-halt' interest to JoAnn. .S.
Horsepower Reg. 64995 Howe for $50.000.
With Other transactions, for
amounts in excels ot $1.000.
Black -
Were us follows:
I II.A. Lawson and Ada K.:
Viscount Lawson to L.J,Kite. Lois: a nil
4 of Temples Addition lo the
Soles Town of Starke:! $40.000
Paul D. :Newell to Gloria
The adhesive is already Kissell. live t contiguous parcels -
of land. East of Sit.lOt.
on the back.;. .
and south of SK-18. in Section
12-8-22 27500.

just peel off the e' MEN'Spaper Ruth Powell to Lewis
W. Timber Company, a portion of
backing. t the southwest quarter of the

(Armstrongplace SLIP LEATHER CASUALSMEN'S southerly southeast of SR-235.quarter in 8,.l lying...;:27-!
'
6-20 $25.600.Crown
Builders to Raymond
MEN'S h press'EXCELONTILE S. Daniel Lot 2 of 'Ul'III1"
Heights Sub-Division' of;
Starke, in Sec.22622."I.:!! :! .
WINGTIP DRESS SHOES Sole And Henry J.West and Charlotte
It's so easy to Install Place 'n Press E. West to Daniel K:.
tile yourself. You don't have to buy Heel McKinney and Janis
cement. or special tool,. Just peel oil Williams Lots 4 and 3 or Blot'k
Black or $ 9 9 the paper backing and press It down, $ 9 9 Sizes 6-11 2 of South Gate Keplat .
,
1 2 to stay Place 'n Press Is a sturdy 3 22000. '
"
Brown take vinyl-asbestos It. tile that can really Oliver\ W. Osborne'and! Ann
9 S Ft. 0 M. Osborne lo W.G. hart manmi
GrainWith r, and Ilene B. Hurtmann; a
parcel of land containing :218!
PVC i MEN'SWORK acres, northwest of Starke in
,Sec. 6-6-22 16000. '
Sole Sophie Mae Button. Eva M
SHOES Stoudenmire and Walter K.
& Heel Stoudenmire. Lucy B,lodges
and N.C. Hodges Joseph
Samuel Batton and Kathryn
Tan Glove V. Button to Arthur K. Powell
Leather and Janet E.I Powell two par- /*
Uppers cels of land on Lake Geneva; f
in Sec,..25-8-22 $16.000. /
6" Orie A. Wiggins and LauraF
Lee Wiggins to Freemaf
$ Register, Ill, a portion of Lop
.1395 5 and 6 of John's Addition Jo
,Town of Sturke 15000. I
Myrtle II. McKinney So
Robert E. Braswell Lot I and)
,
::8" south one-half of Lot 2 in Block


M1 $1495 : $ i1''H ,"-Company's 25 12500.Gulf, Livingston.oil. Addition Corporation Truby to Stark. and to, I


,, Register Oil Company; ''
{parcel of land 100 feet by :3:1: : J',
feet in Lawtey. Sec, :!23-5-a:/ '

$12,000 I"
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May 2<), l 1975<> TKI.KGHAI'II. Pagel II)

.ATTORNEYGENERALSAYS' I.

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on)y'!'. Judge May As Well Try To Enjoin People From Crime .D.

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try to enjoin the may people as from well committing crime. His i rections one year to bring its scale divided into lour quar 'at the,fo'iorida Stale Prison. prison system is a major
.1.b"( revolutionary order will dump:i prison population to the ters. In 'QC next 90 days I he This had been a point of objec. problem affecting inmate
2,500 prisoners some of them i "emergency capacity" level prison population! must be lion, by attorney Tobias physical and mental health.
!f;, Head Start dangerous, on the streets i either by reducing the numberi reduced by 2ooo( inmates, with Simon, who represents Inmates "Defendants (the state) are
,n before they are ready," wa i of inmates or expanding the release ol sou more during in a lawsuit attacking ordered by the court to do the I
:, Graduation attorney general Robert She.vln's facilities the following six months. prison medical and health impossible. The only means of

'1" CUBB Economic response to U.S. District; On Tuesday May 27, al Within one year the prison .facilities. compliance is through mass
"'Bradford Agency's Judge Charles R. Scott's order notice of appeal I was filed population\ is to be reduced lo Scott who has visited the release of prisoners. No ude- ,
Center will County hold Head Start requiring the state to reduce! along with a motion to stay thee "emergency capacity" level prison facilities twice in the lute lime exists for screen-
1 exercises this graduation its prison population to th order requiring the state to which Scott! set at 11105. last 2 years found that overcrowding ing the dangerous from the
,day, evening Thurs "emergency capacity" withina i cut the prison population to a By Dec. j, 1976 the division- which has gone rehabilitated" Asst. Alty. Newly Hvcled Junior '
May 29
ip t beginning at 6 period of one year. given level. of corrections must reduce without remedy in the slate Gen Jerry E. Oxner.said. (oiinty / C(1-1' Varsity fherrleailfrs for Union
m at the old are ) : Front
HUE In High I'owlh'ah'kt'h'xamlt'I'(
School an order issued Thurs. Florida corrections officials prison population to normal lii'llling.. Karen
Building" in Starke. day May 22, Judge Scott gave want the U.S. Fifth Circuit capacity which Scott said U Paige<< Howard flnilv ClyuM. Back row: !Shelly
all Diana
Songs by the children and a the Florida Division, of Cor- Court of Appeals to hold up the would be'a level at which Meeting Set TonightOn > Kemiell.<< Alicia Maxwell<< Annette (011)1111.

Start performance Jazz by the Head staLe prison population injunction inmates can properly be

"lights'Kerrigan of the will Band evening be will the,speaker.be Mr.high-Joe ... under issuing appeal.In while the. order the order is daily accommodated basis. on an average UC Rescue Serviceof tl'Love ,,'

1' The last of May 22, Scott upheld the state's use
: day Head Start Judge Scott set up a sliding of tents to bleep 200 prisoners
glasses will be : LAKE the current budget ,
May 30. -."'- --- -- BUTLER Commissioner year
Y Recent activities enjoyed by ABOUT GOLF 5. Gerald Griflis, chairman Clerk Hubert Unggcrs( said
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the Head Start children in- of Union County's Emergency the only federal funds to he
.eluded "a trip to the Stephen Medical Care (EMC) made available alter June :il(
I;oster Memorial Park on May Getting Greater DistanceIn .. "\' Committee i has called a special is $2,400() to provide a partial
'II. and a picnic on tournament after tournament salary payment for an emergency
May 24 at the I meeting to be held tonight ,
I is altogether delirium
not
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('Lake Butler Recreation Park top touring pro golf '-..) (Thursday May 29,) at B p.m. medical coordinator in has .it a Tlie nickel subway fare dmuppeiincl -
Sponsored by the Parents ers are proving you can Increase 1' in the commissioners meeting each ol the eight counties yet many points> in New York City
in therewith
Committee from funds distance and accuracy ,room: at the courthouse. involved in the project. common in 19 IK.I .
received from their activities with a graphite shafted .golf ., ..
f''and dues. club. Members\ ol the county
The county commissioners EMC Committee in addition
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f v their meeting held May 6, to chairman Grilfis are:
'6 suggested that the EMC committee Glen
Judges Assigned Jobs I-"L Doyle Archer Howard
I get together and make' Sheriff John Whitehead, Jim f

.. ..". some continued recommendation on the Nichols and Robert A.
of the
operation
"'-"" DriBRers. Two vacancies exist
STARKE Chief Circuit Other assignments an- EMC project and the Union on Uio committee one causedby
.",Judge John Ji. Crews announced nounced by Judge Crews 'f. ., : Ambulance Service,. Federal Ihe' death 'or Covmglon
last week a new schedule were: funds that have been
providedfor Woodley on January I I. and the
,,,, of assignments for the six Circuit Judge Theron A. :.f : t- the last three years will other caused by Dr. Goldstein
.fudges in the Bin Judicial Cir Yawn as administrative finally this 't'\>
judge expire < ming who no longer resides in the
,cuit beginning June 30 and lor Levy and Gilchrist county w June :30.Some). county I

(Concluding December 26, 1975. circuit courts replacing Circuit provision will hale\ to Whatever action is taken at S iWF
Judge Crews will serve as Judge. Benjamin M. 1. "' '" ...... < be made lo fund Ihe project at tonight's meeting (Thursday
the administrative judge in Tench in those counties. the local level if the projectsare May 29)by! ) the EMC Committee Pressure-Treated Lumber
Bradlord County for the Six Tench will be the administra Winning boy's physical Hint'ss team from Starke KltMnrn-: to be continued alter June will be recommended
months! period tive ,judge. of the Juvenile lary School<< is, front row, ((1-1'1):::l Leslie<< l\Iol'rll.1'lIdd! Jackson, :111)) Interim funds will be to the county commissioner's NOW AVAILABLE AT MANY OF YOUR AREA
Crews will replace Circuit department for the and lUck Ie Sullivan. Back rov v: Brian Tliiias, Scott Allen needed from
circuit. July 1 I through at their next regular LLUMBER AND BUILDING
meetingto & SUPPLY
James Eddie: CENTERS.
Judge U.A. Green Jr., who Dlggs Winkler and Cary bramble
"( September: which is the end be held Tuesday June 3.
.i hits served in Bradford County Circuit Judge Wayne M.
during the last six months. Carlisle will
Green will serve as the administrative Yawn as the administrative UP f>NP f>T HIM I r, IMdI
judge of the civil \ r
of the criminal
judge

<(department Circuit Judge for the John circuit.A.II. Crews in Alachua said that County.in making department 2 1V aafehf Fowl Peopfe M FCTOD M QofiS! | Fwwl People

Murphree will shift to Baker
the reassignments, which he
und Union counties relieving has the option of doing every SAVE SAVE
,Judge.Crews who has served six months he is following the I.
There for the last six months. wishes of ttte Florida Supreme BEEF BLADE .32 REGULAR GRIND lO
The /Klh Judicial circuit is FAIR
Court by having each
judge
.. ORELECTRIC
of Alachua, Baker FOR SALE: Lettering Guide ,
experienced in all areas,
Bradford Stickers, stencils and
CHUCKROAST PERK
Gilchrist: Levy and rather than specializing in a
Union' counties templates At The Office Shop.
lew areas.! SUPERMARKETS 1


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*'I. (\1\11' ULANIMNC Some <.. ''"The whole setup is similar tactical (exercise" Underhill .. LB U.S.D.L> FOOD (TAMP BAGCOUPONS
jwflhe units to National -; ; .
coming t to11 car dealer's service SIl\'S. IIllh1P w
Guard annual I raining have to department" says Warrant Except for that trip into the .
trek more than :3M( ) miles. Officer AI Crosby. "The first woods the men of Starke unit
Not so with the Slarke unit. step is just like at a service spend most of their time in Td* QM&IH ftWl topfe I EyeryDayLowPrice BonusBuy

department. You have to find "tent city" That's the living,
SAVE !AV( fAVI
"Usually when the last out and diagnose what's quarters section of Camp
truck at Starke is pulling out wrong." Ulanding which has approximately SMOKED FLORIDA GRADE A QUARTER FRESH CALIFORNIA

of the armory, the lirst truckin 2,000( Guardsmen FRESHFRYERS STRAWBERRIES
the convoy is pulling into There are some differences from all over the state living PtCHIC STYLE FRYER
Irom a car dealer's service there. WATER ADDEDSHOULDER
( '
lump landing.. sa>s full-
lime technician SGT Richard department though Particularly Some of the sections Co. )U is
LEGS BREASTS
J l I'ndc'ihill.: the number of differ- broken down into include !Jhoshopolfice or
(vehicles Co. D works It
on. service and l'l'Cov"cry. WHOLE FLORIDA
Underhill is a member of can lind itself working on canvas repair electricalmaintenance O 2 PER I ONAOC AFRESH J 0
S.
I he St.irke National Guard refrigeration units weapon- and tech supply.
W W\.B J
unit ('0. |) Maintenance of mounted Imps| tanks etc. The shop office is equivalent BAG \ M PINTS if

,!thc ;,Ird:)! Support Battalion to the service manager! lit a
>, itow' undergoing( weeks of In addition. ('o. D will show ear dealer trying to diagnosethe taI-I-- IonuduyWHOU
Draining! at Camp Blunding.i its problem and taking down "
versatility at SO II
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summer information FVNE TASTE rDN. '"" .ONalb .il -New Nnrue
i,, "II it's got wheels or camp by w iping off the grease about the vehicle. SLICEDBACON BOTTOM BOSTONOEASTAO[ CHUCK FRESH 6LORGIA I .
Then it is (armed
out
tracks !o1l\'!1 Underhill, "we ;md. doing some soldiering.The to one STEAKS SNOULpESSTEA CAUUFLOWIft
". of many sel'lions" dependingon ROUNDS PEACHES
.,fun t repair it. slated
company is to take I:. '
,. The Sturke unit is composed in the the problem with the D.r. 39 ., S
part war games going 9 Sal 8&uIrmo loos7ss 59 00
ol I7(> men and is broken down unto the woods and setting up a vehicle. a41' i'i ui .. 98 ej NIA) lp 1
,:\into Carious,' repair units. perimeter defense to protect The canvas repair has an ,
,4'omm.mdcrol the unit is Cup- itsell. oversized sewing machine for .

tam Robert Kelly. "That will be- our 24-hour making repairs.. The'electri is ,e re 'is
cal shop is located in a'lIn
- and performs all repairs in (A jiI t3 FLORIDA
Officer summonedFor that held. The recovery shop M* ( ir & 4j ORANGES
deals to a large( extent with
body) repairs. The tech supply'
I acquires and dishes out all the

'Trespassing equipment It's all an to orderly make efficient repairs. COMPARE "III'Tt: ::?":' ''::'.\ '' i COMPARE ":,:,,::'I\ :j a MELON SALE

OlJl'ra lion. .... .... .
u.e.Olc. I Sliced Bologna '" "'0. 89'fo .
Jim Schalz,' of Kingsley And when the two weeks of Sirloin Steak M89IIOHl 3D j L. | LARGE WESTERN
Starling said he
did not summer end there will I '.O.T 45e
camp Chipped Meats v o ?. : 59c
''I i Lake an employee of the know who actually fired the Ix an orderly march back lo ,.. .... ?OM i < 8 CANTALOUPE EACH I
Game & Fresh Water Fish shot since Schatz's father *( 68 10 59'!: .
the Cheese
,Commission has been served also at the was home units. And there's no Round_ Roast_ .1 Cottage :vss, : 4 I LARGE TEXAS
.,u to at had present scene and < summons appear pleat the turkey over his lirst one "back home'" *Hlf iOT'OM ::::: 8 HONEYDEWS &eH
t day in Bradford County Court shoulder when Starling '' Steak ,.178 11! *
came The men of ('o. U are .on June 5 to answer charges of up. Both men had shotguns on favorites. .. i Fyne Spred Ou....:. 4' RED RIPE 1Loin /4.49
trespassing on "fenced cultivated Starling said. /IrONK : Perch Fillets NN.MOt1.N !*: WATERMELONS
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or posted land." Chops;: } D : L. 10 : /2S9c .

I b ,The charge, a misdemean- .
rpTi resulted from an affidavit Larry Martin, regional Every DavLowPrkc EveryDayLowPrke
ii.filed on March 24, by director of the Game Commission .
Markalee Starling a member said last Friday that 1Wl PAVE I fAVI
..,iof the Clay Gully Hunt Club. Schatz who was on vacation PUNCH 10 36 10 eoce d
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An'' information on the Ires- at the lime, had been reprimanded
,passing charge was filed on in regard to the. incident : GRAPEFRUIT
I LAUNDRY Pride
N April 11 by the State At' but failed to detail the
torney's office in Starke and a punishment."It .
summons mailed to the Clay JUICE
iCounty, Sheriff's office in
d,Green Cove Springs which would have been a Ask } 84oz $ 100 32oz 46oz '
".was served on Schatz. May 23. totally different situation if he COUNT
H In ,a '{letter to Governor <( /(.Askew, made public last the time." Martin said. He yE

Lea U. that the incident / ........,. .. .. .... ... ....
week. ton Morgan Jr., added was a. r.eJohn. COMPARE <...'" ..'0.. COMPARE ,..%.: taro' i COMPARE Ovt.:l DlC.lkt I IlO w..
(president of the hunt club bad reflection on the Commission t
>complained about the inaction and that officials had Pantry Pride Wipes 7"t 49 4. I Lime Detergent .";; "bl' .58( tee i Whipped !Topping riot; ,;::;: 49c 1011 1
of the Game in talked with Schatz about the
*disciplining' Schatz Department after being Importance of maintaining a Taco Casserole "",hr; .' 79c 4e 1 Pink Detergent "s'vev ,- 48c .. I Pantry Pride Spinach" ; 5/95c/ 120 t tNO.

'ii notified of the Incident. He good Image even when off Pantry Pride Fudge cOD 59 .. : Pantry Pride Cups, to:: tl," 79 '0. 1 Greens ":v.oao':::I.Dr4195c: ; / ea
II said he was told by the game duty. Martin said Schatz About This Question: .N
"officials Schatz is a good would face the charges as a Pantry Pride Macaroon 59: ." I Foam Cups "?::v 59 4. I Economy Dinnersi ;:::}.:.:r2/89e/ ... \
and the Com-
he has been citizen
.irnan: already private .
punished, and there is nothing mission would not be involvedIn "Our firm requires that all Iced Oatmeal 0.-, 59, 40 i Insect Spray .:v< 99 Cast Iron Skillet '-'.CM *1" -

Ii;further the Game Commission the outcome. Iced '"'. t' ".' Lambrecht Pizza 77c 211 I .MNTIV, MlDt: .
i intends todoabout the matter. those empbyees handling Spice ..0.*. 59= 4C '! "o.o :.?,., i Latex Gloves 79c 10.n.

K. Starling said that he was on the Brm's money Tk. (MM, ( i **! Ei ryOnLowf ricf

i II the hunt club's leased land on Starling said that Schatz be bonded.' Doe. your G i1 ,, ro d io ,"'
March 22. which was the first 'and his companions had
day of the spring gobbler sea- ridden through the Blanding agency also supply

\ 1lIon i "but the Camp Blanding.ilmanagement reservation carrying !guns, bonding where required
area was closed which was another violation of for public officials
ItO turkey shooting at that'JIme the law "that you or I. wouldn'tbe
\ allowed to do."

He said he heard a gun fire. ....... ------------- --,
,,,and went over to investigate Charley E. PILLSBURY, ;
finding Schatz on the hunt .Starling said he was told .. '
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leased land, from that he couldn't make an//I JOHNS AGENCY '?tSSS hniMmnaan | STYLI OVR5
iclub's' I / F BABY I '
where shot apparently affidavit concerning the I ** ."": SHAMPOO........ .. ... .liJ ..
been fired a at a turkey on theother'slde shooting of the turkey unless >131 SO.:WALNUT ST. f ....I. .' ..- 'r'i nsx99 SHAMPOO .....' n,11NaNR UNUIACHIO arNa.. m. ".
fence in the ,he had actually seen who fired, PHONES:: J""c' .IL.' a..Z WITH.TMI_.COUMMI OOOO OM.T M.,,,VMNfUT ''
of the 044-SO70, < 79< .4/1 I 01.0.BTOtlM TMMt ,
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an armadillo roasting on a spit. The students ate the armadillo, which tastes like pork
according to Instructors Butch Redding and Jim Lewis.
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A camp fire is lust the thing for kids to cook marshmallows over. These kids were no
ii exception. From left: Irving Neres, Drew Davis, Tommy Powell, Timmy Strong, Jacinta
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Students at Southside Elementary School took partin

a mini-arts f'stivallast Friday in which teachers left e
their regular classroom and instructed mixed gradesof I 1 1a

students in various such extra-curricular activitiesas

archery, armadillo cooking, bottle covering,
crocheting, flower making, and tie dyeing.The .
students were visited by the Starke Fire and

Police Departments. Biggest hit of the day, however,

was Unit.the drill team from the Bradford High ROTC- Ho Garbage Dumping


Comments ranged Irom: '
"I'm not jonna eat that rotten looking thing." But r t"I ,

the armadillo was consumed.To bLi G aJ w 2 '

: Art Instructor Phyllis
"It's a fake! It's a fake!," pointing at the wooden Talley helps Pam Mike I in
bullet in one of the ROTC cadet's wooden rifles. bottle covering. I .


LEGAL NOTICE .. Under No Conditions>> Will Any Garbage Be


GENERAL REVENUE SHARING PLANNED USE REPORTGeneral Dumped At The Old City 'Dump On Old Law-

Revenue Sharing provides federal funds directly to local and state governments. This report of your government's plan is published Road.
to encourage citizen participation in determining your government's decision on how the money will be spent. Note: Any complaints of tey
discrimination in the use of these fund may be sent to
THI GOVERNMENT
the Office of Revenue Sharing. Wash., D.C. 20226. OF LAWTEY CITY

PLANNED EXPENDITURES ANTICIPATING A GENERAL REVENUE ..
SHARING PAYMENT OF 14. b.28:
CATEGORIES) (CAPITAL) (OPERATING / To Fine
For
MAINTENANCE FOR THE SIXTH ENTITLEMENT PERIOD JULY 1.-1975 THROUGH JUNE 30 Up 50O.OO '
1978.PLANS TO SPEND THESE FUNDS FOR THE PURPOSES SHOWN. : ,
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GENERALQOVT S 1,628 Miles.

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DEVELOPMENT S at. 1'.a1oPPrr', t1"fT" HIT.T. : ,

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MUNITV DEVELOPMENTIJ the non-discriminenon other statutory quit.ments luted in Pen E of .
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1"I)f,,fI ', BHS Performance I

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I COACH Jamboree HURSE SAYS:Is Good Starting' PointFriday's Despite. Defeats In Jamboree I



GAINESVILLE Bradford Letterman quarterback nado offense began driving. GHS 26, then Jackson Prevatt ders a limp hip for a first downat
.think we're going to be a High School's fledgling Jimmy Prevatt completed DeSue went off right tackle for rolled to his left on a play the GHS 29. .
Bradford High team defensively; gridders lost both( quarters of three of six passes for 20 four yards via a loose football action pass. A Hurricane DeSue dove under the GHS
good start for next I think, over all," Coach play in the spring Jamboree yards. Freshman quarterback which veteran tackle Tommy defender finally caught the defense for four yards, then
nado coaches says of the 1975-76 Friday night but gained the Jackson Prevatt completedoneoffourpassesfor15 Edwards blocking ahead of young quarterback near the lost half a yard to the 26. Then
and Mike Sexton respect of Tornado fans with yards. the ball carrier, alertly sideline but Prevatt threw the BHS tried a Jackson Prevattto
looking at films of ball anyway. Hurricane Doug Richard Lashley pass that
quarters of play and Haile darted in front of the had touchdown written all
their charges.. receiver, took the Tornado over it, but the ball was over
"The boys are a' pass on a dead run, and Lashley's head. Jackson Pre-
cited. They realize showed BHS nothing but his vatt rolled left and kept the
doing that badly," heels on his 80-yard touch- ball for a five yard gain on
Coach David Hurse. down run with the', interception. fourth down, but that was a
"Of course, we The GHS kick was good yard short of a first and BHS
losing. But we take a and GHS led 7-0 with 7:31): () left had turned the ball over.
view of the jamboree In the quarter. GHS couldn't move and
a says. The veteran Lashley returned the GHS punted 33 yards to the BHS 40.
noted the young kick off 12 yards to the BHS 27, The Tornadoes used up the
moved the ball on 1r4 where DeSue began reeling off final 1:30: trying to get a pass-
side and M ,yardage in big chunks. Two ing attack going,but it was not
while playing six-yard off tackle slants got a successful. Only DeSue could
body BHS dressed out BHS first down at the 39. gain nine yards in three tries.
"We're not at Jackson Prevatt overthrew The jamboree ended with BHS
appointed at our Lashley but DeSue rambled on the GHS 44, but the Hurri-
jamboree," Ilurse ; ,r 1))))" 15 yards by giving GHS defen- canes had hung on for the win.y .
ing his charges J
Eastside 2-1 and :
good defensive game. : $; >a

appointed Coach Against Mike that GUS Sexton his ..i't I ; i. Gimmicks t l

didn't get to play w -


defense of ball Tornado downs.so well played offense on Veteran offense only : ... :.' ......... ._ ': ,DJ'i1( t (D(1t( ($ $


Tommy Edwards is x., 'ilti ..,'.f -----.... N 473-4470 473.4078 IDD
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leading a
fense that This Jackson Prevatt aerial sails over the head of Richard down, but the timing of the freshman quarterback, and the
blocking up front for Lashley In the final quarter of play against G1IS. A little receiver was a little off. C
back Beaver more coordination and It would have been a Tornado touch
carried 21 times for \9! 75 Chev. Caprice 75 Datsun Trucks:

Freshman oil .". >.|.M Wag. Luggage ...
Auorlmvnt ol Colon. 500 MIlMor
son Prevatt was also Rick, AM-FM SMroo, Cruise '
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Dampier outhil .
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runs in the first = ...' .. -. (74 Ford Maverick 74 Pinto Wagons z
the second, five in .-' .1 ......
<*,lt,...-j. wwx in the fourth and : L Ooid. Tudor"."Cyl,A-..Trait All h... ".c. AC iomo WIN/ OO
in the fifth frame. :. .. Pwr. Nrn.. Wood Drain.' .-...d. Or A.T. "
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including a home 3 2575 2875 ;:
the plate for The Tornado offense on the march against Eastside In Fri are (l-r) Dave Dailey, 81, Sam Bennett, 47,'and Laurence
Stephens had three day's jamboree outgained the Rams 2.1 In action for BUS Budget, 52. Others are unidentified.The a M

In the second Tornadoes groundgame recovered. Dy outliving a Kara 3 73 Montego MX 73 Pont. G'ville c\
night Bret & Jerry's was led by running back defender. From the 28 Clark
17-0 past Brooker. Beaver DeSue of whom big got his first call and ran over a. Top. Rgl Black. AM-FM Sten.n. .a. -J JEic.
League$ : ) things are expected next fall. one tackler for a seven yard .- Full Fwr. ...c. AC Loot' Window, Rally wnu. II
Dampier 4.1, 2)) DeSue ran for 99 yards In 22 gain. DeSue then went over Own or.
House 3.1, 3)) 49"I carries through big Eastsideand the right side for the first E 2788 3388 aI.
Merchants 1-3, 4)) smaller but quicker GHS. down at the 40 before Ram
Schedule: .;, ,; rp DeSue and big fullback linebacker Bobby Thomas Do ::'
'29: 7:30:: pm. A'; Jimmy Clark proved tough could stop him. a
Dampier; 8:45: / :, runners as both broke tacklesfor DeSue got two yards over (
chants vs. Bret & -j extra yardage against both left guard, Jimmy Prevatt, 73 Mazda Wagons 73 Pont. Ventura .a
I ( missed with his first pass but
opponents. ,
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kickoff was hit Clark at the right sidelinefor
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i\ returned for a touchdown by a six yard gain before :
Eastside In the first 10 secondsof Thomas again made the stop, E 2288 j
52588.
the jamboree play the Tor- DeSue dove under the Ram a
nadoes went to work and defense for the first down at p
out three first downson the Ram 49.Another C.
ground
Beaver DeSue, behind good blocking from his Tornado
lugs the pigskin Inside the 30 yard line against Ram a 37 44-yard before a march fumble to ended the was turned short into pass an to 11 Clark yard 72 Dodge ColtMetallic 72 AMC Hornet

J ac DeSue carried for 99 yards in two quarters of football. the effort. gain by the big fullback who I O Orson It*. Was s-Dr.SST.:RAH Std Tram. Air c
Richard Lashley returnedthe bowled over one Ram tackler N Automatic Air Cond. RAH. Condo .
hard .hitting aggressive. foot- second Ram kickoff 19 to the 38.DeSue. aS
Furniture ball.Mistakes that youngsters yards to the Tornado 37. On got a yard to the 37 "G 4750 1550 '
their first the Tornadoeswere before Jimmy Prevatt over-
play
'. I I Cunningham have eleven to make the "wins"cjStthe, in Big both Red offside. threw Richard Lashley who M
DeSue went
covered.
With a first and 15 yards to was
quarters. Eastside's speedy first, the Tor-, through the Ram line on third
.. with Chuck the Roberts opening went kick 88 off yards to go for another down with good blocking handle but L 72 Plym. Duster 72 Dodge Dart N;:
18 failed to get a good on
score. Willie Cunninghamadded Archery if Bluo Cuitom. 4 Dr. RAH, AT I
STARKE FLA. of the football and fumbled it WHIM Twlltor. RAN AT 4 Cyl.
RKE Post Furniture the point after, but tl.jt O AC. ft AC 1 Cyl. *
N. CHERRY ST. won the second away at the Ram 29 yard line.
all the Rams could do
was Hunts Two offside penalties >-
964-6O78 Cunningham Slow. 2150 52050'
Softball Invitational with the Tornadoes. against the Ram enabled L ,
Gainesville High's Doug
Eastside to keep possession of
at West Side '
Haile off Jackson r n
2325. picked a Scheduled the ball for five downs until
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Prevatt thrown with a
(, total of 14 hard in hitting the Hurricane pass atop Prevatt, and TALLAHASSEE finally completed QB at Vernon 26 yard pass James to b72 Pontiac Wagon 72 Chev. % Ton ;

-t... ty ; participated scampered 80 yards down the Bowhunters and black powder ,Willie Montgomery ,James a n
*'bo tourney Only sideline to hand GHS a 7-0 buffs will have additional followed that with an 11 yard Grand, Wlndowi.Safari. AM-FM LIII....Itoroo.Bloc. R.ck.Whit.. LWB. Std. Tram., 310Cng. _.
team In the tourney was ..
Cj margin of victory after the .. Air Cond. Bargain.
to their
,'l> Sunoco of, Starke. opportunities pursue keeper around right end with fc .C. AC
extra point was kicked. favorite the
sports during safety Jerome Reddish making
edged 11-10 by
was Other than the two quickm's
1975-76 $1950.
Sausage of Lake City hunting season. both stops for Bradford. r 2450
the Tornado offense
The Game and Fresh Water Then the Tornado defense
local. team outhit Nettles,, gobbled up the clock in both Fish Commission in a meeting closed the door and the Rams .
quarters. GHS ran only one in Tallahassee on Friday, May punted 20 yards out of bounds. "i 71 Pontiac ;
;Thi Furniture' gained the series of downs. Eastside got 16,gave tentative approval fora The Tornadoes took over 5 71 Dodge tf Ton
undefeated. two first downs on the swift total of 18 archery hunts to be with 1:49: left in the quarterand Fireblnlr

place finisher! was end runs of quarterback Ver- held on wildlife managementareas used up all but 10 seconds .5 BID* Advonturor. LW.. SlantAutomatic. S Rod Wltn ParcNmmt. Int. Rally
Gay of Gainesville. non James and a 26-yard pass during the open archery of the clock with four straight u. .. It Will. AT. ...s, PB, ".e. AC. J Q
prized MVP (most from James to Willie Mont- season.The statewide archery pass attempts.' Eastside ran :I'I

player) trophy was gomery. hunting season opens September for two yards, taking on $1777 2277 :
t to the pitcher from Despite the mistakes and a 6 and continues chances on putting the ball in
Furniture. There was loss handle on the football through! Septmeber 28. the air and preserving the 7-0 .
a contest for the home which resulted('n two fumbles, In addition, a total of 14 'jamboree win over the Big I INN
App. '12'' trophy which resulted In a the Tornadoes moved the ball :special. weekend or postseason Red., 71 Plymouth 71l International W ,

split. The trophy was well on the ground. hunts will be held on Against Gainesville High, '. I.0L $ukwMn.. Wood >.-Tn H..vy Duty. Split Rims" .
to Tony's, of Mac- "I'll take total blame for specified areas. smaller but quicker than aN Oraln, Rack, Full Pwr.. pc. Road Ready At Nail Prtt. S
who would in turn that" Head Coach David The Commission also approved Eastside, the Tornado offense M AC. ? ..
the trophy' to either Hurse told his charges at the 13 managed hunts with moved the ball with ease. In ''1577 51077.
baseman, Boutwell. or break between quarters of muzzle loading guns for fact Defensive Line Coach .M. V
first baseman'Rhoden- play. Hurse said coaches had specified wildlife areas. The Mike Sexton was disgruntledafter .. ..
two had to flip a coin for not stressed breaking down muzzle loading hunts will the game because his r a
five yards before trying to generally follow the archery defense had run only three 71 '71 eI
., .tackle a kick-off or punt hunts but prior to the opening plays against GHS,. g Toyota ...
m's ball club was
the tackler can of i I the regular statewide Kenny Aycox returned the
returner so go '
with the turnout the all either way with the ball,J hunting ,season. on November GHS kick off 20 yards to the 11 Corona .'Kafctd .

days labeling carrier. .' 8. BHS 35. DeSue netted five =- MK II Co*. AT RAH. AC. .* fpt. Cp".,4-tpd. AC. *.J
a success Hurse was not down on the, In'other action, the Com yards in three tries before offsetting -I .
will enable the nine" mission approved pre-season penalties handed the r '
Includes
squad, which '1577 '' U47TMlw.lV
club to travel on'' bear, hunts for Osceola and Tornadoes a first down at the r. t
tour.The club sophomores, 18 juniors, and 11 Apalachlcola Wildlife Gainesville 46. .Breaking .
to Savannah this seniors, after the loss to East- Management Areas. The tackles for extra yardage on a* a
to compete against a side. Osceola bear hunts will be by his own, DeSue got another JI '
of 56 teams Including the "Other than that (the kick individual bear hunting first in two tries.,Then QB :9. ., j'L.cal:."
Green Machine club off return), take away the two permits "while the. ,Jackson' Prevatt passed 'MS ',"
fumbles and we played pretty Apalachlcola hunts will return yards to Earl Biggs'to the a
is undefeatedIn good football.. We just beat to the former system of bear Hurricane 31. *.VBt.Rd.1OO:: zt., ,' ,.

the first half of league. play.I ourselves.." hunting party,permits. DeSue ran five_yardato, the' -, ; ..m. 1, I j*...n vt. *.i+i.J -.

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: The first kill of the !Men's string of 10 consecutive winsto Pine Air Green Machine, Second half play'for the sea- Cunningham In hitting, going run in the third inning and the Dodd's outhit Methodist 13-2, '(he 1st, 3rd and 5th Inning
I \ : Solthiill League ended Monday capture.first place in the with eight wins and two losses, .son begins with tonights 3-for-4, one a home run. other four in the 5th. Randall Thomas led at the Matt Hull led the hitting going
night, May :26! putting together league play.Norman's first half standings. The second game of the the 2nd, 4th and 7th innings. The second game saw Pine run '
I I l Monday, May 19, 7:30: p.m.., night saw winless First They almost rallied enough in Air down Smith-Brown 101. Monday. May 26 ended the
Dodd's downed Brooker, 84. Methodist win their first game the bottom of the 7th to win, Smith-Brown was held score- first half for the men's league
1" Farm Dodd's outhit Brooker 12-9. out of two seasons, defeating but their attempt failed. less throughout game, but with Cunningham being on top
Wins Dodd's scored their 12 runs in Smith-Brown, 54. Monday. May 26, Dodd's scored their lone run in the 7th with a record of 100. Second
{ the 1st 3rd, 5th and 6th In- Methodist scored their first defeated First Methodist 111. inning. Pine Air scored runs in half starts Thursday May 2JI.
1 nings. Brooker scored 2 in the Standings, first half
1st and 1 each in the 3rd and Cunningham 10-0): Pine Air
Gainesville Tourney 7th innings. House Win 8-2:, Dodd's (-4: Brookw :\-7;,
Johnny Brown was the big 9-2 Athletic Smith-Brown 2-8: KirM! 1
stick for Dodd's going 4for4.Dean Methodist 19..
SAINKSVILLE: :\ : Norman's second win, shut out Alta- game a good one with the Johns and Donnie
1"11'11Il'nl undcleated/ to take monte Realty 9-0 for the third grand slam.Norman's. Bagwell had two hits each.R. ScheduleThursday.
: the Gainesville Women's SlowI'ItchSoltballInvitational win, and beat George Stuart of held the Olympians Kelly. led Brooker, going Takes Dixie Youth Lead May 2\1\ : 7:3u:: >
I S. this Orlando for the fifth game. scoreless after the first 2-for-3. Brooker. "'irstIlthudbt: :
past weekend. Norman's first Diane Jordan's grand slam inning. The second game of the - 8:45: Smith-Brown. t Cunn
I tournament title since the home run provided the win- Debra Bleasdale had a night was a close one all the Athletic House is all aloneon Discount. with a 0-3-2 record for the first ingham.
Siarke Preseason Invita- ning margin in.the championship home run and Montez Wynn way, but ended up with Cunn- top of the Dixie Youth The second game saw !Monday, June 2: 7il::( fine.
\ tionul.i game which Norman's and Violet Kendall both went ingham defeating Pine Air Baseball League after being Guaranty Federal win its first half.Monday', May 26, saw Air vs. J liodd's; 8:45: ; Krookor:
Farm took 4-1 for its second two-for-three at the plate in Green Machine 1814. tied with Southern Discountfor game of the season as they Athletic House increase Its vs. Smith-Brown.
"i Tho Starke nine eased 10.2 win over the Olympians. The Norman's first game over the After three complete inn- the past two weeks. downed wlnless Chamber'of record to 5-1, handing Elks
I t hy the \Olympians) from Jackson Olympians led 1-0 through the Olympians. ings of play the score was 8-6, The deciding factor came Commerce 158. Both teams Lodge an 8-4 loss. Phillip Saw-
, \Ille tor its first win, first five innings. In the Montez Wynn slammed two Fine Air. last Friday night when the co- had nine hits each, but yer was the winning pitcherfor L L(4.L; !E.LLG (! '
i defeated: & !M Insurance bottom of the fifth Diane Jor home runs in the three-for- At the bottom of the 4th leaders met. Athletic House Guaranty just got them at the Athletic House, giving up .
Irom orlando 15-7 for the dan made her only hit of the three performance at the inning the score was tied 1111. came out on top 92. Both opportune time. five hits and striking out nine. ,
--------- ---- plate to lead Norman's 15-7 by Cunningham came up to bat in teams have two remaining The second inning was a Rowdy Waters had the hot bat
M & M Insurance in the the 5th scoring 4 more runs, games, Southern to meet the wild one.as Guaranty led off for Athletic House with three p y.
LADIES MEN'S second game. Sue Trieste hada bringing the score in their Chamber and Guaranty Fed- the inning with 'seven runs hits, followed by Ricky Sulli-
I STUDENTS CHILDREN LEVI'SLargest perfect four-for-four perfor- favor 1511. Pine Air was held eral while the House: has two only to watch the Chamber van and Sawyer- with. two
mance at the plate in that scoreless for the 5th and 6th games with the Chamber, one come back in the bottom of the each. John Woodham had a by Ned Crawford
Selection and Six Range In South game. innings and scored their last being a rain-out game earlier inning and plate eight runs to single. Chuck Johnson had two
Norman's almost had a three runs in the bottom of the Athletic House has just one take the lead.' But the eight hits for Elks.Standings Bradford Bassmasters hold
BOOTS: Tony Lama, Justin. Frye, Texas, Dingo, Acme and nohitter in the third game, 7th. Cunningham scored 3 loss, that being to Southern runs were.all the Chamberwas their !May meeting tit (the
Larry Mahan holding Altamonte Realty to runs in the sixth. Discount., to get as Guaranty pushed : Athletic House 5- home of Mr.. and Mrs II.K
SHI I RTSPanhandle Slim, Karman,Larry Mahan Hang Ten, only two hits for a 9-0 shut out. Leading hitters for Cunn- Friday nights' game May across eight runs in the third 1: Southern Discount; Elks Wiggins on May 20. I'm sure
Levi Roper Sharon Dykes and Sheryl 1 ingham were Andy Harmon 23, Athletic House waltzed four, and fifth innings to take Lodge 3-3-1 ; Guaranty no one I left hungry.Bassmasters .
HATS: Stetson, American and Reslstol Jackson led at the plate in this and Gordon Beal,both going 3- past Southern Discount to the the win. Federal 1-4-1; and Chamber of enjoyed a well
HORSE: Saddles, Halters, Bits Blankets. Bridles Grooming game going two-for-three for-5. Two of Gordon's hits tune of 9-2, behind the three- The loss, left the Chamber Commerce 032. prepared meal, thanks toll I l.li'!
Supplies, etc. Montez Wynn hit her third .were home runs. Kenneth hit pitching of Ricky Sullivan. and his wife Connie. Also
home run of the tournament. Carlton and Ricky Bennett Ricky struck out 13 batters in ''thanks to' U.K. "liuug Hun
Master Charge and BankAmerieard Welcomed Sandra Norman was the big both had a home run. his victory.His Wheelsby ter" Bryant who says he was
stick for Norman's in the Leading at the plate for Pine teammates meanwhilewere Rolling: in charge of the cooking..
Little Dude Western Store fourth game which her team Air going 4-for-5 was Donnie rapping out nine base Sybol Braswell was winner
902 South Edgewood Avenue won 9-5 over George Stuart. Falcon. ,hits with Bill Goodge collect- of the first prize ti rod and
Montez Wynn hit two more Thursday, May 22, Cunning- ing three of them. Kevin Ran- Lydia Sellers reel, when the Bassmtistcrs
Jacksonville. Florida 384-1210 home runs to give her five for ham defeated Brooker 22-2, dolph helped out with two hits. had the drawing for the three
the tournament. after 5 complete innings of Clayton Norman and Rowdy prizes at the May meeting.
Monday Thru Friday: 9 AM. TII 9 P.M. Norman's next tournamentwill play. Waters had one hit each..Todd Jeannie Moody was winner tli>l
Saturday: 9 A.M. Til 6 P.M. 1315/8.7/31 be in Tallahassee this Cunningham outhit Brooker Jackson, Mike Griffis, and the second prize, a Cardinal 4
weekend. 125. Kenneth Carlton led Robert Gornto had hits for reel.. Jimmy Moore uus
I winner of.the third prize, a
s UMCO tackle box.
In behalf of the Bilssmils-
ters Club I would like to congratulate -
these three winners
We know you will enjoy lish-
ing with your new tackle lookout
EARN APENNY Charley: Sybol says she
: will now occupy the back !seal
of your bass boat.Bassmasters .
would also like
to say "thanks" to each in-
dividual who purchased a.
Rolling Wheels feature ear of the week Is No. 97, a maroon ticket for the drawing \\l'
., and white '64 Ford Fair lane owned by Joe and Carl Wilson. appreciate your support.
Joe In also the driver of the car. Joe says he has only been Bassmasters voted in two
driving eight months,The car Is sponsored by Thornton new members at the May
Sons Salvage and Bowen's Pest Control You can see Joe and meeting: E.W. Hodges and
No. 97 at the races any Saturday night. Wayne Mundorff
1tZV-i rTTh' Bassmasters are proud lo
have these two fine fishermenJoin

; : Stark Cycle Center Is:Now': Bassmasters the club. I In would behalf like of I the, to
.,
; I ,k,1 ""., .. .J".. rt f; .f1' wish each of you luckyis- you,
I I attempt to seekout und outsmart
Suzukiof "Old Big Mouth:' I'm
sure both of these "llm'
Hunters" are capable o.>
accomplishing this mission.
AttentionMr. SUZUKI E.W. Hodges is a member ol.
the Board of County Commissioners -
<81 and has promised his
.
Stark support to get the Hampton
Business Man: Lake ramp rebuilt. He says! Ill-
will also try to help correct t the
a aDo problem at Crosby Lake.
One man can't do this; tu
You Let Your Business Checking Account must have support from (the
RIDE TO WO'RI.RIDE other county commissioners.along .
with county residents.

Build Up Beyond Necessary Levels At Times 'j j Lake We are problem in hopes will the be Crosby l solved

before we, as concerned Brad-
.. Y ford County residents take

Many Do-When Cash Inflow Is Heavy "' ) TO ,PLAY. other I'm sure action.Mr. Hodges will get

the support needed to answer.
these requests.

Did You Know !. 20th their Bassmasters at June Rodman tournament voted Reservoir.to on hold the

night tournament was voted.
Boats will launch at 8 p.i'
I Bassmasters will fish all
Guaranty Federal night, return to the landing at

8 a.m. sharp. June 21 for
\

Savings and Loan Asspc weigh-in.This will, be the 11th tourna-
ment of the 74-73 season, with
only one remaining after
June. Make plans to fish these
Accepts Corporation Accounts last two tournaments. Just a
few pounds separate tenth
Either Pass Book Or Time Certificate place from number one. Let's
,'I '. ', have a 100 percent turnout and
make the top six Hawg
.Daily Compounded Interest Hunters work for it.

The top six are as follows:
'" Don Thompson, Harold Bran-
ham, Neil Crawford. Don
SUZUKI of STMKBl Brown, Pat Welch and'Jody
Deposit Earne Starling.
Bream have been hitting.
: l 1.
S uukl'shrem
Handling
:
spinner baits in the St. Johns
.
.: -" River for the past three
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*5,000 $ T5 Th., 7B cc Up T. Th., ,weeks.' Bill Tilley, J.E. Denmark
icc': I Julian McRae and
Russell McKae have been
G-j-Q From Your In DailyCompounded .10 B Cylinder Trip.. doing their thing. They use

light tackle. In this type of
.' '. IUlln..loot. .. Intorost Also A Full Line Of Parts fishing light tackle is necessary -
to- cast the ultra-light
> And Accessories
'- -. For21'DI's :> '''> Mepp The Spinner.No. 1 Mepps with a

FACTORY TRAINED SERVICE ;small piece of pork rind is best
II II I I for bream.; While using the
I SUZUKI'WARRANTY Mepps you better hang onto
II I I ) the rod because "Old Big

'That Will Earn You Many More Pennies 'j '''Covor..11 internal parts of the cylinder '''''''.j too.Mouth. 'loves. those Mepps
block transmission case and oil pump for 12 months or
J.E. and Julian both lost a
I 11.000 mites.. Just comply with MM rules In MM Owners
Manual Hoss a couple of weeks ago...It
Register wit Suzuki within 41 hours of
purchase. and visit a Suzuki Ovaler at 750 1.000 and. is hard to land a large bass on
Come To
2.000 miles' a small Mepps while fishingnear
every thereafter. during the life of the ,
warranty." 'LSSuzuki, logs stumps. Bill. J.E.
395 W. Madison Julian, and Russell have
lCl
\@ landed about 400 bream dur-
., '
964-5000 -- -- ing May :
.1 IOVMMUHKLN Julian will" tell you he landed
." ---- Y aU 400 of these bream Julianis
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: LAWRENCE BLVD. & SYLVAN WAY a good fisherman but guess

GAINESVILLE: 220 N. MAIN -:3501 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. 1:'" of Stark* who taught him howRussell..,
and Bill and
3300S.W. ARCHER ROAD STARKE: 395 W. MADISON : his dad. J.E.
helped out. .
3O4 E. CALL ST. STARKEI14H21 You have to watch. l llf'stough
Come In And. See What We Mean By OLD FASHIONER 'I '. on his tales.' ,

,r FRIEM1LIMESS WITH UP-Ti-DATE SERVICE 'it 0/22.0/28' -Bass Wlshes,

r ,Neil Crawford

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IL LETTERS ,TO % W1trp1JUn; {{ Notes And Reminiscences I

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THE ..,.,
EDITOR.
.. j It advocated strawberry agents, male and female, to "Until 1890 Starke affairs washing away of a few hun-

;I .., ,growing; living at home; sub teach the farmers better husbandry were a mass of confusion and dred yards of track. '

lt stituting improved breeds of and their wives better the history of the town as an

hogs for the razorbacks; housekeeping; the need of economic unit may be said to "A railroad track requiring

decreasing the cotton better education, better roads, begin that At.lhatlime both fire and marine Insur-
year
(OI'KN LETTER" : THINK TWICE: poured Recreation thousands'Field, still into in the Under the heading, "Ramb- acreage; employing of county and better sanitation.Bicycle the orange industry was ance protection was a poor

Hoy Carroll. poor ling Notes and Reminis- flourishing strawberry grow- Investment, and the owners
Mayor May 22,1975 condition, and seldom used,
were glad to be able to sell it to
Hrooker, Florida, I Dear Editor: plus $UUO for flood lights cences," the late II.E. Lager ing had taken a firm hold,,
Ihe
early Starke r exhorbilanl prices for goods Ambler Lumber Co. They
gren, surveyorand
Dour Mayor: I want to thank all of the never used, etc., etc. feature writer for The were no longer charged, a used the road chiefly for haul-

As you know I have held the people who stood up for So now bur City Council Telegraph, gave some Inter- r ,, bank had been established, Jacksonville.ing logs to their sawmills in

office of Chief of (the Volunteer Hampton's marshall!, Mr. wants to have complete control esting facts about the city in and the town had been They rebuilt the

hire Department of the Townof Wade But I don't think we of out police and clerical our June 12, 1931 issue. 'regularly laid out with streets track non-inflammable through the swamp sand with
should' forget about what and blocks.
Brooker for four
insist
years. departments. They on r1k brought from Alachua
In his remarksMr. County
happened.On introductory
During this time I
have given being paid for almost
every Lagergren said: "The "Settlers from states northof and had a railroad shop in
my utmost effort in trying, to June 3, we will vole whether -, meeting, when my original writer is an oldLimer. Came to us had started farms and Starke. This road gave birth to

improve the personnel, equip- ( to have an elective or an suggestion was \\o increase Starke before the two fighting were rearing roofs and Ward City (now Brooker), and

mcnt, and operating efficiency appointive marshall.! If we their pay to $25 for Council bulls pulled down the smokestack gathering fruit. Starke then added transportation facilities
of f the
I Fire Depart that members and $35 for the f had than it has to where it
means
vote appointive, of the power house; more dwellings Sampson, crosses
ment. Also, lab( my personal the council can appoint or discharge Mayor, but I had stipulated before the time when a portion. now, and there were a sash the G.S. & F, now the Southern
lime mid ) I have ONCE A MONTH Onemonth's S,
expense anyone they choose; : of Thompson Street was and blinds factory, sawmill, Railway.

expanded my knowledge in \\e have no say. If we vole expense, three washed away because a bed orange packing house, carri- in the 1890's
lire "Early a syndi-
prevention, fire fighting meetings was around $550. I
elective, we have the right to had choked factory, livery stable
quill up a box cul- age ,
und lire safety This includes clocked one meeting recently cate, headed by Dr. J.L. Gas-
say who we want. he. here in time race track, and skating rink.
ver was
; nay,
such kins and Comer L. Peek of
things as attendance at for a total of 14 minutes,
to assist at the birth of The
g; regional conferences, medical I think it is about time the another at 19 minutes, so this in 1879 and "On the block along the rail- Starke, bought up the extensive -

." first aid courses, courses people of Hampton open theirryes is at the rate of$100)( and $75 Telegraph tulate its congra-Col. way south of Call Street, Ihe swamp west of Starke.
progenitor
Y demonstrating the proper use stand on their own two AN 1IOUH.. W late N.J. Jones (father of This swamp completely sur-'
W.W. Moore the looks of
4
of thl'l fire fighting equipment, leet and fight for what is' the youngster/, upon' DeWitt C. Jones), had erecteda rounds Crosby and Howell

.seminars in the proper man. 'right.; what want. understand Brooker Coun- roomy and well appointed Lakes, and a third lake,

iigcincm of Fire Departments you cil Members donate their time "Lack of leadership has hotel, which was a great Sampson, is skirted by it halfway -

and needed facilities for All of our government agencies and efforts for nothing, and I been the trouble with Slarke improvement over the sorry around.To .

equipping Fire Departments. are. rapidly taking over spoke with a smart female and Bradford County," Mr. apologies for hostelries there- drain the Sampson
just about everything. Let's member of the Lawtey Council swamp -
tofore The saloons
It is my' experience that Lagergren wrote almost 45 existing. River, the outlet of Sampson
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start fighting now lor our and she mentioned they are : had been voted
adding that "The finally out oflown'which'made
there is a lack of concern and years ago, Lake, was canalized for a
and that its
rights, and not let a few of the paid $20 monthly for
cooperation from the TownCouncil most potent and almost the 'more couple of miles, then another
government agencies take for one meeting or for any and order.
leader here has been the prosperity
in responding to the over. number in one month, the only -...' canal was cut to allow Rowell

needs of the community in maximum amount of $20. And Bradford County"' 'Telegraph.' "The Georgia, Southern & lo discharge into Sampson.

regard to running' the Fire We, have a good marshalland recently they spent days on' 01 Florida railroad was then These operations lowered the

Department. fo'or'example, he is doing his job, so let's the proposed new water under construction and Starke lake* surfaces considerably'and

there has been continuing keep him.Think system. Lawtey has 337 regis- could have had it if less a large area of saw grass,

budgetary problemseven tered voters, against 185 in' County Agents apathy had been shown. However peat was made dry enough for

when the Department has twice on June 3, for' .Hampton! I would like to it arts of the cultivation.
n
'tried to spend itemized the, <<, choice is yours., 'suggest that 'every Council county; it helped Hampton "A rice plantation was

allocated funds on'necessary Thank you, member return to the NotebookBobby and gave birth to New River started near Sampson City?

'equipment. I have met con- Mr.& Mrs. Buford Parker Hampton treasury, every RoadeoSixteen Sampson and Theressa; it but was a lailure. Cultivation

tinued resistance and lack of. Hampton, Fla. dollar above the $25 and $35 gave an outlet for timber and was abandoned und the

cooperation from the Town monthly, and although I realize By W" caused truck farms lo be swamp was! left to growup

Council. This occurred despitethe I can only suggest this, I .t:, 1 '. young men turned out Saturday to learn how to ridea started around the places iniii pine trees. This drainage,

fact that I recently REMEMBER: FLOODING can't see,by any stretch of the bicycle safely on the road, such skills as emergency stopping mentioned. little by little caused the

secured $800 of a $1,000 expenditure "- FOURYEARSAGO? imagination, how any Council riding a straight line, seeing how far a person can coast lowering of the ground water

from the county of member can say they have TaylorOur l after peddling a short distance.. The contest was conducted -:;A little later the Wunnee in the soil for miles around

Bradford: leaving the balanceof 'pear., Editor: 'Hampton's interest at heart, on the student driving range behind the middle school by Boy branch railway was built by greatly improving the low
be funded
$200 to by our but it
have and not their' own pocketbooks Scouts Chuck Register and John Cooper as a skill award on Starke citizens proved lands. For though the averageel'tation /:
community. Lest you forgotten if,this is not done. their way to an Eagle Scout ranking. a white elephant on their above sea level is
In view of the continuinglack about it, ask someone on the hands. There was little freight uround 140) I col, the Hal con-

of cooperation and Trail Ridge drainage system, 'One'member w'as paid even hot, dry weather was Register is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lennard Register of to be hauled and the portion lour of the land, and the !'l'lt'l1'

support in meeting the Town'sDepartment all the way down to Sampson though he arrived after the'' beginning to hurt many of our Crystal Lake. Cooper is the son of Rev. and Mrs. Bob Cooperof passing through Ihe lake live nature 01'111l' soil, made

needs, I regret City (including Starke, Sampson meeting was ended! This is plants, especially crops like Slarke. swamp was built on inflam- l'UIl-olI'llIId iibsorbium of rain

that I must submit this letter and Crosby areas) about taxpayers' money. The elec- watermelons, tomatoes and able peal, which readily look outer a slow process."

in resignation of my office as the flooding by high water that tion-peU-wnrkers are gratefulfor other plants that have heavy fire from various causes,
Chief of the Volunteer fo'ireDt'pm'lml'nt was caused by the lack of ] their $25 for their 12 hour fruit set. J also heard several often consuming long stretches (The next installment will

in the Town, of proper drainage about four day, about $2.09 an hour, so I folks complaining about it of track. Once, during a relate the organi/alion of the
Urooker effective. 12:00:: midRegretfully' -, years ago. wonder how they feel in comparison -, being too hot to keep up with UDJI3? [[ l1 l LI- (i(1EIIlCg1J:( ( ( :( ( rainy lime a large alligatorgot liracll'ord 'ounty Homo

with our Council's their jobs and chores aroundthe stuck in a euhert, stop (:Guards nicknamed: iIi e
I ,,nighlMuy(317975! I guess blood is thicker than exorbitant compensation? I home and farm. ping it, up, and caused the "Slarke Tiger ('.its.)

water; as Mr. Doyle Conner consider it fiscal murder or

George t). Pierce, likes to help the Communistsand bleeding Hampton dry! Many These weather conditions, In our last article we said help him in many ways in

Chief their bloc nations in their are having too rougha however, did not affect the that Alcoholics Anonymous carrying out (his decision. Chasteen Named
lack of food, which is causedby persons people who have vegetablesthat Superintendent
time, buying food, shelter, works as well ''as it does I
It is not unusual for an A.A.
but offered
false religion, forgetsthe are being at the'Farmers
OPI'OSKS CURBSONIIAMXiUNS etc. and worrying because it has several unique
,
clothing 'member lo talk for hours to IInewcomel'
GO-million plus that they about where the funds are Retail Market each qualities. We discussed the Of 150-Inmate Lantana Prison
What they nor-
murdered There
have Tuesday and Saturday.
coming for the doctor first of these unique qualities:
Dear Editor: mally talk about is drinking. IL
has been of
Mr Leon Conner needs to plumber, electrician, In-i a good supply a the newcomer to A.A. is invited is their common problem and James R. Chasteen Jr., drug lenders under the age
of
Hardly a day goes by with-, think of fine past floods we, surance.etc., variety tables available high quality evetT'thoughI vege- 1 to 'SHARE( in the experi- ,yUuy.have; both walked the businegB. manager of Union of 2.>, Chasteen said. It is the

"'', out out some for "necessity'publicity being of given passing -' have had and what God saysin So I wonder how these kind;,I' gardens and small era' \oF 'tkovery"lle'is-thenj; > tltkiiil'vnli' (.,way. The recoveringlJcoJiolK Correctional I institution'ulKaiford lirsl unit ol its kind in the.,

Maltnew: 2.Q:1S.: Bradford feel about the'Council'sgenerosity expdsed'O'whe isl _. has an enthusiastic tlifsiJMyn.: nl n1l'd' :'tlll('.
.
'gun laws of some' sort or'- folks acreages are a little Jate this" second factor in the ''" ..
another all of which will County belongs to its people, to themselves, with year. .-the unique \willingness!( to talk about alco- superintended w tWltUM": itft"man : Chasteen. 47, joined I lie-'
program of Alcoholics Anony
David Scott its ins Lantana Correctional
State. holism. He talks about
eventually lead to the confis- "not 4hc taxpayers money? A.A. I Division of Corri'flions in IM! :2as !
of the Inter butter mous. The program and its stitution near West Palm
cation of all firearms from the and his "Trustees There were peas and the SYMPTOM first and its outs, its whys an accountant at the old

American people The notion nal Improvement Fund" The Florida Sheriff's Association -'' beans on the market for the treats before the disease itself. Alco- uherel'ores, its becauses and Beach. Florida State Prison! and Pas
needs to go. in their magazineSheriff's first lime last Saturday. These bega ts.
that guns cause crime has Star write holics Anonymous people, The appointment was made Ix-en business! manager ol I ('I l
been cleverly implanted into For God as vegetables seem to be the the To this seems like the since Noyemher 1H73.! : A former .
Family, and follows, exact quote: "If most popular for folks who from beginning approximately me by Florida Division of Correc- '
the minds of law citi resident and businessman -
abiding in A.A.
Country, Police Chiefs Were Elected 40 years ago third unique factor tions Director L.L. Wain-
fill their
The truth is that crimi want to can or of Slarke, he was -
zens. Fred Johnson emphasized their conviction Without the newcomer's. ever wright with the concurrence promoted
Instead of
Appointed. They
nals cause crime, not Ireezer. Even though there ''the award of it hislasci in !1900!)( to become business
guns. 307 S. Church St. Would Slay In Office Longer, available that alcoholism is becoming fully of O.J. Keller, secretary of the'
Another truth is Free were none Tuesday, with alcohol manager at Glades Correctional
: peopleown Starke, Fla. Their Staffs Would Be Blessed most said that symptom of deeper troubl s. nation Florida Department of Health
guns slaves do not. If everyone they his thirst, his desire, and even and Rehabilitative Services Institution, hell\ '
you I eel there is no need for LET'S: KEEP With Security and Stability, would have a good supply this The reason A.A. leads the his need for a drink is literally Glade, and in IU70! () returned to
and the Chiefs Themselves
firearms I suggest you put a ELECTIVE: MARSHAL weekend. Hope you have plans newcomer to do 'something talked lo delll h. II seems fitting R.D. Massey, superintendent FSP as business manager.A .
Would No Be
sign on your door stating: The Fickle Longer Whims Of SubjectTo Offi- to buy or sell on the market about the symptom first is that people v.ho once used of UCI, said Tuesday that
of Florida
TIIKKK: AUK NO GUNS IN Editor: cials Who Them"' soon. that the cleverest diagnosis is their mouths to drink and get Chaslcen! hud not yet been graduate
Appointed Atlantic Boca
THIS HOUSE: This would sick them to well. and that he was still"pmchhittinK" University
excellent of little benefit if the patient now use get replaced
There was an End of of I
quote.So Speaking vegetables, Raton with a degree in business
inform degenerate benton In next article we will at UCI while
every Telegraph dies. The symptom in alcohol- our
the 15
article in May continue calls
to numerous Chasteen holds Florida
get
a
robbery, murder, or rape : "Hampton Backs why is Hampton trying to about problems in gardensand ism is the patient continuingto continue to discuss the Alcoholics working out the staffing of the teaching certificate. A tour-

that you and your family are. Marshall." Fifty-five aroused ram this appointive angle farms from all areas of drink alcohol in any form. Anonymous Program new Lantana unit His ; veteran he has
Navy
defenseless.! citizens attended this May thru, with this Special Elec- the county. It seems that this Therefore total abstinence is '.to.W.1\], 'replacement at UCI is expected year completed workshops and

'be meeting, prepared to protest, tion at taxpayers extra ex- the name of the game in A.A. to be made soon.
Let's not looted into has been the year for insects training courses in correctional

accepting a law against if any attempt was made to pense efficient on June Marshall 3? If our is present and disease on all crops. This is probably the most The Lantana unit is housed management '

"Saturday Night specials." remove the Marshall, Alan basis and on he Apparently, mild winters and misunderstood idea about .', in an unused portion of a state

The law 'Is so vague that it Wade. If anyone had any accidently an appointed rubs some favorite other favorable conditions for A.A., to those outside the fellowship rp C U(3IBaJGJ0f.aJllllaJ( : tuberculosis hospital, and will Mr. Chusleen und his familywill
handgun. bright ideas along these lines these have been ideal for correctional move from their
could cover any child the he pests and to some members be. used in Ihe home at ;
Even if it did clearly pertainto they were nipped in the bud wrong way, mightbe their growth and develop-- inside A.A. Alcoholics Anony- program dealing with yonpgO.HiAspinwall UCI to Lantana.
outside in
only cheap guns this would even before this meeting took on the looking ment. Many growers have told mous does not teach anyone CCv f 3
than
discriminate against the place.These 55 stalwart souls, Alan quicker Wade. So one let's cay keep say me that pesticide applications how to handle their drinking.. ,

poorer people who can't afford showed their good judgment, Hampton out of'politics, as they have used in the past What it does teach is how to By William 9.:Haas ; CB Operators

a high priced gun to protect so I wonder why the City much as possible and let have not been too effectivethis handle sobriety. Service Officer
with. Commonsense Council wants to take away ,
their homes year. Awarded
tells us that gun laws their rights of electing their: everyone elect our Clerk and Most alcoholics .know! long"s.. f* : Degree Monitor GroupCitizens

will serve only to aid the criminal Marshall and City Clerk, by Police Chief, in the' normal Fungus diseases: have taken belore they come through the'or11 i Veterans who are in training -

and therefore will In- appointing these two officials way. The people-are behind their toll of plants from the doors of A.A., that the way to under the GI Bill who In BusinessOliver

crease'rime to such an extent themselves? Alan Wade 100 percent, so let seedling stage till now. Things handle their drinking is to cannot make ends meet Band radio

that law abiding citizens in us keep him entirely Indepen- like rizoctonia, or damping-off !Many people have told despite recent increases in H. Aspinwall Jr for operators in the Starke and
The Council dent with no strings attached them
desperation will call upon the present City and pythium root rots were so. Every alcoholic I Veterans Administration edu merly of Starke, graduatedfrom Bradford County area interested -
and Councils have and elect him the regular
federal government to lake previous will close way bad on many plans early this know HAS stopped drinking at ,cation payments areeligiblefor the University of Tampaon in joining a local
September//
control of our local law en- shown no monopoly and on '' next the late John F: spring. Then blights, wilts one time or. another, usually VA loans to.''meet the April 27 with a Bachelor of monitoring group'should

1 forcemcnt] agencies and set up'II Common Sense Intelligence Kenney in rusts, leaf-spots, and other dozens of times. It is usuallyno necessary education ex Science degree in Business contact Mrs Inge Hutchison,

national police force. In yet they' are actually., might turn over diseases have shq'.\'n-Lp' in ,trick- for an'alcoholic to penses. :Management of Lake Geneva, 47J-K160 or
saying: "Leave It All To Us, his grave and repeat! his _
ll'I'n1l1OIt: was called a most fields in recent weeks. STOP drlnklngrftfe: trick is toSTAY 4734661.A .

Gestapo: : If you think this is five individuals with indefinite famous wordsf Fellow Water melons and tomatoes stopped.Some These loans are not automatic ,..A, former member of the
tenure in office, as we can do Amerfcans, ask not what your bit of to all students, but local group recently met
of our so- have had a good Guard unit
far-fetched National i
many local
"
l criminal experts" are l better than anyone else. I Country Hampton t } can do for blossom-end rot this year alcoholics need a doc applicants who demonstrate a entered the U.S. with officers of the Gainesville 8

called of our need think Hamptonians are too you. but ask what you can do This disease apparently starts tor's care to gel the booze out clear need can qualifyfor Aspinwall REACT (Radio Emergency

alreadytelling national police us force. smart to "'Buy This Flimsy for your Country (Hampton). out as a calcium deficiency, or of their systems. Some need to loans up to $600 for academic Army immediately Bradford after High graduation Associated Citizens Team) lo
lor from
] a
Bill of Goods! Bradford dried out in under the new
Then or school year discuss the possibility of
imbalance in the plant. served
William H. Summers detoxification School In 1953. He as an
ELECTS their Sheriff Theseare
We must demand'of ourrepresentatives County P. O. Box210Hampton. the blossom-end begins to centers. enlisted man for the first establishing a unit for the area
and the City of Starke ELECTS not functions of A.A.. law.This between Starke and Palalka.
congressmen and the fruit is lost !:
the shackels off ofour their City t Clerk and' Police ; ,Fla decay aSome new law Public Law 93- seven :years of his career Those attending the meeting
to take ,
y does 508) effective 3 before graduating from Infan-
DeceT1t >er
wonders Alcoholics ; ,
Chief so one if Anonymous
local police -and start t of blossom-end were owners of CB mobile and
cases
has ulterior 'not leach hot to handle 1974. raised monthly educa- try Officer Candidate Schoolat
making it lough on the the crimi-death' motive Hampton in breaking an so many The Old limes rot have been, or can be corrected their drinking.anyone What it does tion payments by 22.7 percent, Fort Benning Ga. in 1960. base radio units.According .
nails and put by adding calcium to '
stated that loans should be During his period of active
handle
how to
im years of regular elections of teach them Is lo Mrs. Hut
effect
penally back into r soil. Calcium
then willl'I'lml' these Iwo Important. officials.Our the plant or sobriety, which is what they extended only to those stu- duty he served tours of duly chison the need to establish a

mediately. Only and be controlled Council wants to "rule nitrate fertilizer or like a soluble land could not handle in the first dents who were found to be in in Germany, Korea ((2)), motoring unit in this area has
decrease form of calcium
This will lake much the roost" kill endless yearsof plaster ( ) can be place, and this is why they need after the actual cost of Hawaii, and Vietnam been felt for some time At
local elections for these two gypsum drank attendance was
calls
effort] on the part of good sprayed on the crop has givengood the students totalled financial He was awarded the Bronze present emergency on
and if they lake this Channel ( the nationaleml'rgl'ncy
people, but you can bet those half positions loaf noit won't be too results In many cases. ,.-No" newcomer to A.A, is ever resources.. .? .' Star Medal and the Army channel) are not
of God and
who hllno fear These treatments are good for Medal as wellas
left in doubt thai recoverycan Commendation
long before they want the any answered in this Mrs
couldn't t care less about old short term correction after decorationsand area
whole loaf! Last year's Coun- 4rN begin only with a DECISION Eligibility was limited further other personal Hutchison said.
fashioned morals will see no cil muffed the chance of buying the crop Is growing. The best to "stay away from the students eligible for VA service medals. He

'Ol't'l1lo. lake such action.Paul a good piece of properly, "Blessed are they who have procedure is to take a soil// first ;drinK." lie soon learns education assistance""' for at- retired as Major! in 1973 and After full discussion'at the

and lime or dolomite if that no one else can or will tendance at an education ,currently resides with his
I.MengIlampton for $5.000 almost across the nothing 'to say, and who cannot needled meeting it was felt thai
,I Fla. way from City Hall. They be persuaded to say II." a'few months before make that decision for him. institution on at least a halftime -' wife Elizabeth, in Jackson requirements could not be metal
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planting t your crop.Backto He must want sobriety more basis.The law also specifies ville. this time to form a REACT

-.- fungus diseases, if than he wants to drink. Also. that the course must leadto team, as Channel 9 must be
he learns that if he identified or. pre-deter-
soon
have them In an monitored on a 24-hour a day
\pRI44 you your crops makes the decision not to take mined professional or. voca-
basis. However it
control if wait
you can usually get .the' ;irst.drink, no one can or tional objective. Still,another decided that Channel will be
follow
oteterjraplj you a good spray or .wilt:: force him,, to keep that provision was that''a student'must monitored on a
with parttimebasis
dusting a fungi
program decision.f The.choice begins. have sought a loan under until more volunteersenter
cide like Maneb Zlneb, Man
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t and remains, with the Guaranteed Student Loan
; zate-200, or similar fungicldesA always the I the group Al present the
alcoholic,himself. Program of the Higher\ Edu.
G will monitor (Channel
good spray or dusting gfl
"" BOB G. FERGUSON -JOHN' M.' MILLER program includes followingthe This second unique factor in cation Act of 1965.,' ..l, ,.film 7' p.m.- until dawn each: f t n1 5'i

/ON Publishers .-9 directions on the label, theA.A. program( treating the Bloodhound get their name 'cay1.

each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Poet Office at Starke Fla. under Act using the right material in the symptom before Ihe disease If you have'a y.quesUonsregarding from being the first breed w

Published right amount in the right way itself (9( considered: Is simply the above. any whose were re The monitoring of Chamu'l i
d March 3' 1879 $3.50 six'months. at the right time. Call me if 'total*-abstinence. The newcomer veterans matter, contact your)' }corded.,bloodHlins.This 'was one by ''will, provide two-way radiocommunications ,,
$6
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assistance
aboul'aparticular Veteran
you have questions makes and carries out County monks' of St. Hubert's i

Outside" trade' 'araai.7' '' per"*year."' ; 4.00..six months '.. disease.' fungicide, the decision not to take the lice in the Bradford County the Abbey In Franc In the ninth .(mobile to false) in .local,. ,

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LAWTEYCIIURCII : Community News ELIZABETH GIVENS ,WALKER

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ACTIVITIES Ihia Anders, Mr. and Mrs. I
Church of God: Sunday by Elizabeth Terry ::>.: James Padgett and grand- NAACP MEETINGA with Church School, 10 a.m. Morning 'Worship and Communion -
School 10 a.m. Worship Services utility room onto the back of{ daughter of Jacksonville, Mr.. meeting of the Bradford Communion Service at 11, 11 aim, terminating I
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE' the church. They are install- and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. After McClellan at Baptist Hospital, and Mrs. Monroe Padgett and County Branch NAACP was continuing at 5:30: p.m. services for the day.
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. ing central air and heat in the several songs and a devotional Jacksonville, last Friday, sons; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry held Tuesday, May 27, at All members are asked to Pleasant Grove United
Faith Baptist Church: educational building. Mrs. Truman Norman, Cynthia Lucille Brown, Padgett, Mrs. Juanita Waters Pleasant Grove. Friday night please cooperate with the Methodist Church. Prayer
Radio Program over WPXE Mrs. Milo Smith Mrs. Charles daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D.R, and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. May 30, a membership drive activity the young people are Meeting Wednesday night.
Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible PERSONALS Starling and Miss Elizabeth Brown, went to Waycross, Ga. Richard Padgett and son, of will be launched at St. Johns sponsoring. Plans are in the Bible Class Thursday night. '
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Rev. and Mrs. John Steitz Terry' served refreshments.Mrs. to visit her great uncle and Lake Wales; Mrs. Darlene Baptist Church, Lawtey, with making for a Youth Day activity Church School, 10 a.m. Communion -
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. and Brad went to Fairborn, Bryant Reddish and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Norman and sons Mrs. Elsie Rev. Willie Huffman as on Sunday, June 8, with Service, 4 p.m. t
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Ohio to visit their mother, Miss Arthurine Blanchard Bivins, and will return. in a Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Gene speaker the Junior members as cap- Greater Bethlehem Tree-
7:30: p.m. Bible Study. Mrs. Weilla, and friends in visited their sisters, Mrs. few days. Taylor and daughters, and tains. All members are askedto will Baptist Church, Rev. Jas- !
Grace United Methodist Iberia Ohio on their,two-week Thelma Wilson and Miss Enza Mrs. Gwen Broward and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Griffis and MEETING NOTICE please encourage the young per Williams pastor: Monday r
Church: Sunday School 9:45: vacation.Mr. Blanchard, at Baker County children, Tammy and Theron, daughters, gathered at the The Social & Saving Carna- captains. night, Tiny Tots Choir and
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs. Robert Lee' Nursing Home, Macclenny spent Mother's Day with her home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry tion Club will meet Monday Ebenezer Baptist Church, Ushers Board No. 2 meeting.
and 7:30: p.m. United Metho- visited their father and Wednesday afternoon of last mother, Mrs. Loca Raulerson. Wilkerson for a family night, June 2, at the home of Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. All Tuesday night, Prayer Meet
dist Fellowship 6:30: .p.m. mother, Mr. and Mrs. G.L week. Leroy Lovett of Jackson- reunion on Sunday.Mr. Mrs. James Prince, 1111 Cal- young men are asked to meet ing. Wednesday night, Senior
Choir Practice 7:30: p.m. Wed- Peterson, in Dowling Apartments Mrs Les McClellan ville, visited Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Glen Shuford vary St. All members are Thursday at 6 p.m. Prayer Choir rehearsal. Friday night,
nesday. at the Advent Christian returned home Saturday after Harold Eunice Sunday after- and family Miss Cheryl Bar- .asked to be present for this Meeting and Bible Class'willbe Junior Choir rehearsal. A
Highland Baptist Church: home in Dowling Park last spending three days in Baptist noon. ker and Miss Karen Gibson, of important meeting. held at 7:30: Sunday. Bake Sale will be held Saturday
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship Sunday.Mr. Hospital, Jacksonville. Mrs. .Gaynell Mooty,. of Starke, enjoyed an outing at Church School, 9:30.: Worship sponsored by the Junior
Services 11 a.m. and 7 and Mrs. Randy Masseyare Mrs: Lucille Taylor Ivey Clarkston, Ga., spent a week Daytona Beach on Sunday. CHURCH NEWSPhiladelphia' Services, 11 a.m. and 6:30: Choir Monthly Teachers con'
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday the proud parents of a son, and daughter, Mrs.. D.R. with her brother and sisterinlaw Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wain- Baptist p.m.New ference will be held at 6 p.m.
7 p.m. born Tuesday, May 20, at Brown, and her daughter, Mr.and Mrs. Sidney Har wright and family, of Church, Lawtey. A Community Bethel Baptist Church, Saturday. All teachers are
.Northside Baptist Church: Alachua General Hospital, Cynthia Brown, attended the bin and Donna. Tallahassee, were Saturday Father's Day program will Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. All asked to attend.
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Gainesville. His name is Riley funeral of Mrs. Ivey's brother, Rev.W.O. Mathis of Middle- overnight guests of their be held Sunday, June 15, at 4 ladies are asked to meet with Vacation Bible School will
Worship Services 11 a.m and Alan. Grandparents are Mr. Wilford Dale Taylor, of Jack- burg,and Rev. Melton, pastorof mother, Mrs. Truby Wain-. p.m. with Jesse Moore as. Mrs. Altamease Chandler at be held June 1620. The publicis
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting and Mrs. Edward Lee Masseyand sonville, on Wednesday, May Evergreen Baptist Churchof wright. speaker. The public is invitedto 7:30: p.m.on Thursday, June 5. invited to attend.
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos 21, at Murray Hill United Raiford, visited Mr. and The fathers, mothers, attend. The pastor, officers, and
The Teenagers and Adults Norman, both of Raiford. Methodist Church. Mrs. Les McClellan Saturday daughters and sons of Calvary The Church of God In Christ, members are glad towelcomethe CARD OF THANKSWe
have joined the Church Soft Randy is employed as a coach Mrs. Carolyn Holmes and afternoon. Baptist Church, Starke, en- Elder D.R. Williams pastor. four members who joinedthe the family of the late
Ball League in Starke. They at Florida State Prison. children moved back to their Mr. and Mrs. Scott Davies joyed a banquet at the S & S Church School, 10 a.m. church Sunday, and all Llnnie DeSue, gratefully
play every Tuesday night at First Baptist Church con-' home near Starke from Chief- and Brent,of Pensacola, spent Cafeteria in Jacksonville, last Morning Worship at 11:30: with others who decide to select acknowledge the many acts of
the Vo-Tech School Park. ducted prayer meeting Monday land recently. Memorial Day weekend with Saturday night. They also Rev. D.. Tailor in charge. New Bethel for their worship kindness shown to us in our'
The Church built a large night at the home of Mr.Boone's .- Mrs. Marian Hall, of Jack- their parents, Mr.. and Mrs. helped Donald Wilkison,Sr. to YPWW, 6 p.m. Evening Ser- choice. hours of bereavement.And,'as'a
sonville Beach, and son, Jeff B.F. McCulley. celebrate his birthday anni- vice, 8 p.m. with George Holi- Mt. Morlah United Church token, may God bless each'of
Marrs, of Tallahassee, spent Tommy Godwin of Gaines- versary. Rev Jim Tatum, of day in charge, presenting the and Pleasant Grove United you. The DeSue family:
his Jacksonville, was' the Methodist Parish. Rev: Willie ---'---------
the weekend with her sister, ville, visited brother-in- Gospel Choir F.U.,
Mrs...Hester Hicks. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. speaker.Mrs. Tallahassee, in concert. The Stitt pastor. Conference is FOR SALE: Cash register paper,
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kelly, Harold Eunice last Saturday Pierce Crews and Mrs. public is invited. being held this week, through most sizes In stock.' Call in to
of Lake Worth, and Jeff Cain, afternoon.: Waldo Pringle,of Worthington Mt. Pisgah AM*: Church, Friday, in Lakeland.Mt. see if we have your size or
Used FurnitureAnd of the University of Florida, Mr and Mrs. Harold Bar- Springs, visited Mrs. Crews' Rev. B.J. Franklin pastor. Moriah Services: come in and just browse at
Gainesville, spent Memorial field and sons of Powder sister-in-law, Mrs. Mable Church School, 10 a.m., Church. School, 10 a.m. The Office Shop.;
Day weekend with their Springs," Ga.-, spent Memorial Sapp!?, of..North Florida Morning Service with Com- --- .-_-._..-...--.-----.-------
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Day weekend with their Regional Hospital, Gaines- munion at 11. Communion .
Kelly. 'parents, Mr.and Mrs. H.L. ville, who underwent surgery Service will be continued at 4
Mrs. Margie Reddish of the .Barfield. during the week and is doing Insurance1e"f :
State Farm, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford O'Neal and Mr. and as well as can be expected. p.m.New Hope Baptist Church,
Antique Store Robert McClellan of Starke, Mrs. Vasco Thomas, of Live Mr. and'' Mrs. Wm. Harris Rev L.W. Mosley pastor. Joe Usher
and their father, Les Mc Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tho- and Mrs. R.A. Melton,. .of Church School, 10 a.m.
Clellan, visited Mrs. Les mas and daughter, Mrs. Cyn- Ocoee, were Wednesday over Morning Worship at 11. Com .. 555 S. W. 3rd. Lake Butler
135 N. Temple Ave. Starke night guests of her soninlawand munion Service, 4:30: p.m.
daughter,. Mr. and Mrs. Greater Allen Chapel AME
Open Daily 9:30: 6 PM Lonnie Teston. Church, Rev. R.G. Heastie Cal'.4962126For '
Mrs. Carolyn Crews of Rai pastor.Weekly services began
We. Also Have DeWitt C. Jones ford spent the weekend with 'with Prayer Meeting and All Types Of InsuranceMobile
her sister, Mrs. Linda Waters.Mr. Class Meeting Tuesday night.
1. Beautiful Elephant Plants Home and Mrs. Robert Love Feast Service Friday Homo Workmans Compensation Farm Liability
Funeral and Mr, and Mrs.
2. English night. Sunday Services begin
Hanging Pot Planters Larrie DuBose, of Atlanta,. ---
Ga., visited their brother and
3. Wrought Iron Stands STARKE PHONE 9646200RENTAL sister-in-law, Mr.. and Mrs.

4. Throw Pillows Robert Lee Monday and Tues- Attention New Home BuyersFor
HOSPITAL BEDS.WALKERS;WHEEL CHAIRS day.
5. Odds And Ends ft CRUTCHES Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. Ed '*
6. Upholstery Work KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 4733176If Rowe and girls, enjoyed 2OO Down Payment, : '

/ camping and fishing on the
Withlacoochee River last

Saturday. and and Mrs.Sunday.Mr. Casey. Dobbsof You Can Get.A Home Of Your ChoiceHere

r Jacksonville, spent Sunday.
afternoon with their parents, Are A Few Features Included
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs.
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Beach,
Mrs. S.L. Swindell and sons,
EXCITING NEWPUTTOGETHERS and Mr. and Mrs. C.K. Cowan tit dJf
and granddaughter, Rebecca, sI
visited Mr. and Mrs. J.F.
Robertson Sunday afternoon.

t ; Mr. and Mrs. C.K Cowan and /1i\. ." -- .. .. ..
'I i OO LAUNJ
/2BATH .
granddaughter were. Sunday ,1/), STORAGE
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overnight Miss Susan guests.Williams of L-;;.... _' _
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I'I Jacksonville, was a Saturday BEDROOM 1 1 KITCHEN DINING
FROM overnight guest of Miss 14X9 C. 18X12 XXr
A Sandra Dobbs.
Miss Berta Stoudenmire of Q
Jacksonville, spent the week- 0 ri I STO GARAGE
end with Miss Martha Smith.
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Barracks, Hawaii, BEDROOM 2 BEDROOM 3 I LIVING ROOM

<. May 8 -Army Private WilliamA. 12X10 9X1 16X12
f :3I.A c'oeciion Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. I .
Ju Sylvester F. Smith, Jr., t
Hampton[ is aiding Vietnamese -
refugees on Guam.He MODEL 9S4 AGH 954 SQ. FT. LIVING AREA.MOM 51 125 *'
is regularly assigned as FMMUU UVI IN NATIOfeM.HOMU THAU ANY OTMM.MOMIt IN 1M1 WORLD
a gunner in the 25th Infantry ,)
Division in Hawaii. .Brick Veneer .Large Garage Hotpolnt Appliances Vanity In Master Bath #>
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.Separate, Laundry Area.'.choice Of,Design One- Piece.Tub And Shower Unit >.
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Sign on the wall in a veter- ;; t
inarian's office: "The next '
For More'Information Contact
time you call yoUr dog a ;
dumb animal, rememberwho '
he's got working to Griffis '
Construction 'Co.
support him."
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I CUBB Agency Seeks GymnasticsShow HAMPTON AREA NEWS I

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Homemaker ReferralsCUBB

Nite At ; SPECIAL ELECTION live, as at present. Also to be'
NEXT TUESDAY voted on at this time will be
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Homemaker Serviceis Supervisor of the programis Don't forget the special the question of extending the

now accepting referrals for Mrs. Peggy Barnett, a Middle School election on Tuesday,June, to term of office of the Hampton
services to persons 60 years of Bradford High School gra- decide if Hampton will havean mayor from one year to two

age or older in Bradford and duate with college credits In appointed Chief of Police years. See sample ballot
this
Union counties. academic, commercial, medical Twenty-three Bradford and City Clerk or whether printed elsewhere In

The goal of the Homemaker and psychiatric courses Middle School( girls will these offices will remain elec. issue.
Service' is to maintain and and inservice training at a perform a gymnastics

improve the quality of home California hospital. She is a demonstration Monday, June RECREATION Wednes-
BAYLESS HIGHWAYTO Craft Class meets
and family life by providing medical, psychiatric and 2, at 8 p.m. in the middle SPONSOR CHOIR day afternoon at the City Hall
services to individuals whose laboratory technician with school
gym, according to The Youth Choir of Bellvlew and Recreation Center from
independent functions considerable in
are Jeo-. experience Instructor Dottie Sue Cran-
pardized illness, disability working with .geriatric( ford. Baptist Church, Hattiesburg, 2:40: to 4:30: p.m.
diminished 'capacity, andother patients., Mrs. Ina Claire .,.:r ,.iL; ,w w Miss., will present a programof The next Senior Citizen'smeeting
will be held Friday,
song and testimony at 7:30:
related health and social( Arnold, a CUBS employeesince
'problems. Emphasis will be 1968, is the Program Observes5th The public is invited. Ad- G.S. Cadettes ((1-r) Patty Mullins Irene Wainwright, Mar- p.m. Sunday, June 1, at Bay- June 6. Be sure to mark your'
Pastor lene Dawson and Andrea Eaves receive first class awards.
placed on serving current SSI Coordinator. A graduate of mission is $1 for adults, 50 less Highway Baptist Church. calendar.
Standing in back are Mrs.A.J. Eaves and Mrs. R.S. Mulling, 'I 1 home of the is
recipients; however, services Union County Adult High cents for students, with .program
AnniversaryAt leaders. PERSONALSMrs.
may be requested for any per- School, Mrs. Arnold has com- preschool children being 1 Light Shine.
of
of hours of admitted free. All proceedswill The public is invited to Lucy McGunnigle
sixty 80 Nursing
son older. pleted
years age or Pine
Referrals are now being Assistance training and has Level go for purchase of G. S. Cadettes AwardedFirst uttend this meeting.' Hampton, is visiting her son in

from extensive in work- equipment. Edmonds( Wash.
accepted hospitals, experience will celebrateher
health departments, Divisionof ing with aged, infirm and ill Rev. John. Strickland.will Class Awards Terry Anzaldi
"Country Uvln' Is For Me"will EVERGREEN BAPTIST Urn birthday anniversaryon
celebrate his fifth
Family Services civic gained during her anniversaryas
churches, and organizations years persons as a CUBB outreach pastor of Pine Level Baptist be the theme of the two- Andrea Eaves, Patty and Mrs. A.J.: Eaves, Dr. and CHURCH LAWTEY May 29.
hour Studentswill Mullins Mr. and services will
individuals. The name, ad- worker. Clerk-Typist for the Church on Sunday, June 1. performance. Mullins, Irene Wainwright Mrs. R.S. Homecoming
A native of Stanford perform to such recordsas Marlene Dawson of Girl Mrs. Ed Wainwright and Mr. be held at Evergreen Baptist
dress and telephone number is Mrs. Madeline Ky., and
program "Orange Blossom Special"and and Mrs., Jim Lovett enter- Church on Sunday, June 1.. St; Mark'st
No. 520
Mr. Strickland decided cadette troop
of the person being referred, Waters of Starke, and Aides to Scout
other floor exercises tained the girls at dinner at Sunday School, 10 a.ir.
along with any information are, from Bradford County, enter the ministry while serv- were presented with first at ; SCO M.
11.
which would assist the agency Ms. Ira Jane Griffis, Shirley ing in the U.S. Air Force in trampoline, mini-trampoline, class awards by Rev. George the Holiday Inn. Morning Worship a+
.
'
.in determining the need for Pete and Dorothy Terry; and Florida. lie graduated from and individual to Mrs. Cranford.Obituaries stunts, according Harper during the church service GIRL, SCOUT.NEWS Dinner on singing the grounds during, 12:3':the ChurchChimb
serVices Is needed. Name and from Union County,Ms. Marie the Bible Baptist Seminary in at the First United Special the Bowen
telephone number of the Shaw and Doris Thomas. Texas in January of 1965, and Melhodist Church on Sunday., One of'the highlights of the afternoon the featuring Kennan Family. .nd EMI Jackum Str..l.

agency or person making the returned to Florida to work as The troop meets on Monday' Washington trip for the Family and The, Travelers. THE fttViJOHN M. FLYNN

". referral' should be Included. an associate pastor at the afternoons in the Methodist Cadettes was a visit to Senator is welcome to

All referrals should be sent to Tag Numbering Orlando Baptist Temple. In Fellowship Hall.Following Chiles' office' and the Senate attend.Everyone. Sunday, June 1: 8:30: a.m.,
CUBB Economic Agency, June of 1970 he was called as church 'servicethe subway: We appreciate the KIMltf n.:iitflUffilffl'- lilfUlOl Holy Eucharist; 10:00: a.m.
Inc., P.O. Drawer 970, Starke, pastor of Pine Level where he parents of the girls, Mr; time and effort given to us in Holy Eucharist.
In Due CARD OF THANKS
Florida 32091 (Telephone 964- System has served ever since.urfYiTiTiTiTiTiTiT. our pre-planning by the Sena- To those who expressedtheir "June 1st begins our summer

.696)). J.Hemingway S-- tor's office. Thanks George, in schedule of services. On Sun
so
In 1977The sympathy many'
Change Jr. and Joyce.Congratulations there will be
: a Patten, beautiful and personal ways day mornings, a
John Henry Hemingway 61 to the Girl service of Holy Eucharist
recent death of
.; t. system of numberingand The world has no such formerly( of Starke, diedSaturday Newsby Scouts on their third/ place during Larry Griffin our we extend our I leach morning at 8:30: a.m. and
lettering on Florida auto( May 10, in Bladen ribbon at the Bradford County heartfelt thanks. on the first and third Sundays
'.''t't.'," license plates will be changed flowers in any land County Hospital, Elizabeth- Carolyn Eaves Fair. Thanks to Lila, Rae at the 10 a.m.:service; Morning

.,! \ ,'. starting in 1977 if a bill passedby And no such pearl in any town, N.C., after a brief ill- Yawn and the Junior -The family of Lillian Prayer on other Sundaysat

: ; the Florida Senate last gulf the sea,> ness. 964-5812 Woman's Club for setting up Griffin ip a.m.
f.I .., Friday becomes law. As babe The son of the late Rev. and and sponsoring the booth.
On a 34-0 vote, the Senate any on anymother's Mrs. L.G. Hemingway of The goal of every tenderfootBoy ,Junior Troop No. 614 'enjoyed -
:: approved a measure allowing knee. Starke, he had lived in Eliza- Scout is to become an an overnight at Neyati

:1' the state to change the SwinburneI bethtown for about 30 years, Eagle Scout. Very few finally 'Girl Scoot Camp on KingsleyLake
numbering system on license being employed as a rural reach this goal. In Girl Scouts recently. They prepared i SPECIAL CITY ELECTION Ul

tags from the current county mail carrier at the time of his each Brownie strives to .their own meals on Mondayand '
}
;'J 4.63; IlyaCQJ'Q'.t prefix to an ABC-123 think it must be some- death. Prior to that he workedfor become a Cadette Scout and to next time they may wantto E HAMPTON, BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA 5I

I r' designation. At present, an oil refining company for earn the rank of First Class.. do things different they for- JUNE 3,1975 3in
where written that the virtues
( Bradford County's prefix several years, and also This is the highest rank at- got a few items and perhaps "2.

number is 45. of mothers'shall be operated his own appliance tained in the Girl Scout pro- they will do more planning.
"'-: Not wanting to completely visited on their children, as business.A gram. Everyone had a good time and Mark an X in the Box Opposite Your Choice *

Sunday *, Baptist Men eliminate county Iden- well as the sins of the former mayor of Eliza- except for not sleeping they

.h>.,Breakfast. 7:30: a.m.; Sunday tification,amendment the Senate ap- fathers.. bethtown member, Mr.of Hemingwaywas the Kiwanis To receive her First Class were good: campers. "
proved an placing'a a
f.J:"'I:/Worship:Scho0I; ;:,9;:11:00:1&$: a.m...m;:.Graduate:Morning county designation number Dickeps Club and a charter member of award badges a girl must in each earn of the one six or Those attending were Erma For Appointive Chief of Police . .'.-,I. ..... ;..)" .,:. . CD

'Dinner 1:00 Church sticker' on the lower left the Elizabethtown Jaycees. A more Hamm, Loraine Bass, Angela .
'6: 15 p.m.; Evening corner of the new plates. The Master Mason, he served in program areas: home, the Harris, Tracey Hankerson, Against Chief of Police /, : \' I 0 I
',Training, : p.m.,; current three-year tags will .- the European Theatre in arts, health and safety, out- Beatrix Cummings, Hope Appointive ? 4p., ., .'t . .

'Monay: p.m.The Adult 4 expire in 1977. World War II, and was present doors, world understandingand Jackson Tina Collier, Norma : ),, ,;: ., '
'm :
,
must
The Senate also approved a chairman of. the Bladen our country. She Canova, Dawn Shoening, Tina :
School Ham- .
Sunday Dept. bill SERVICE MEN Selective Service also become knowledgeable Michelle For Clerk . .-.,. . .0 I I
burger Fry, 0:30): p.m.; Girls to prevent teachers from Board.County enough in four of these areas Simpson, Sapp, Lynn and Appointive : :. .,. ;,. .


Choir Ensemble,'Deacon's 6:40: Meeting p.m.; Youth 7:00: benefits collecting school in unemployment the summer if Funeral Methodist services were Church heldat in to determined meet a challenge by the troop.situation It .Lisa Loper,Blakewood.Carmen Eaves Thanks to Against Appointive Clerk . .'. ,,. : .'. ;,. . I q I
between years, they Trinity the Mullins lifeguard squad :
13 Machinist
May Navy
p.m.Tuesday Baptsit Women'siCouncil have a job waiting for them in Mate First Class Sherman A. Elizabethtown, with burial in usually complete takes this task three but years TroopNo. to we went swimming twice and'thanks
the fall. the church cemetery. Collier
to the family we
? Meeting, 10:00: a.m.; Newman, son of Mr. and Mrs. who
520 has four girls
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. went boat riding. Also thanksto For Elective Mayor's Term,To
Business Session, 10:45: a.m. Sherman D. Newman' of
; and
have done it in just one
f Program, 11:15 a.m.; Covered Hampton, participated in Terry Lyon Hemingway; a one-half the parents who provided Run. for Two Years .,, ..t.'. ....a..1 Nar' ....Ij '" .1 0 I Iv
LDish. Luncheon 12:00 mm "Agate Punch daughter, Diana Adams, years. 'transportation :'and to Mrs.' --. t su- .
1
: noon( ; a joint Wavy, 1r! # l -
AlA Pinehurst N.C. three sons, for
Handbells 3:20 and Marine ; Gary Ann) Smith ac- 'j,,....,.
'fjunivr Choir& : Corps exercise off
Marlene Elective Term
Irene 'Against Mayor's
Wainwright,
Bra- o
The mother's heart is the John Alden, Sao Paulo, companying and" the
fp.m.-t Craft Class, 7:00 p.m. the east coast. L. Orlando and Dawson, Patty Mullins, and For Two Years ., |O'Run I
Wednesday Family Night child's schoolroom. He took part in trainipg zil; Joseph ; scouts. Also in attendance was 110 '0" "
Char- Andrea Eaves were honored
Supper, 6:15: p.m.; Sunday H. W, Beecher which included tactical Terry L. Hemingway, Mrs. during the church service Jay and Len Eaves, Kelly" J, 21 5/22-3/29
lotte, N.C.; two sisters, ;Smith and Andrew Bryant.
School. Workers Meeting maneuvers at sea and simu-
Frances Williams, Melrose; Sunday at the First United
R.A.'s, G.A.'s, Acteens, WodFriends All lated assaults on beaches near Methodist Church. These girls
that I
am, or hope to and Mrs. Laura Lee Wiggins,
Missions Friends, the Marine Corps Base, Camp have most of their
Starke. Also surviving are ten spent yearsin
be I
6:45: p.m.; Hour of Power,7:30: owe to my angel Lejeune, N.C. scouting, meeting with a
grandchildren.
p.m.; Church Choir; Trustee mother. The exercise involved 48 troop at the Methodist Church.

Meeting; 8:15 p.m., LincolnI ships, 10 aircraft squadronsand II Together they have a total of

Thursday Visitation, 9:30: 8,500 Marines. It was SENIOR .26 years in scouting. They
a.m.; Music Makers Choir, wish they'd invent a designed to test the oper- have attended a total of 13
3:20: p.m.; Visitation, 7:00: washing machine that ational readiness and coordination years at established camp and
p.m. always turned out an even of air, ground and sea- CITIZENS 24 years at Day Camp. Along
number of socks. going units within .the U.S. 2n the way there have been
,
Ben P. Bryant William George Beryl Pfizer In "Ladln Home Fleet. numerous hikes, campouts,
Pastor Min. of Music ,Jornal"' Newman serves aboard the Joe KerriganMy cookouts, service projects,

amphibious command ship folk dance days, field trips,
USS Mount Whitney home- sincere thanks to all of ceremonies and social func-
ported at Norfolk Va. my wonderful friends in tions. --r-__ I,

301 DRIVE-rarSTARKE elsewhere Bradford in County Florida. and The But they haven't stopped

FLA. FLORIDATHEATRE days spent in Bradford and with the minimum number of :'r _
PHONE'9S.74a4 1 ACMr'I.5O Alachua County Hospitalswere badge requirements. They
brightened with all the earned together 227 Junior
SHOWTIMEI'etso P.M. beautiful cards, letters, and Cadette merit badges.

flowers, and visits. A person They have become acquaintedwith

FRIDAY-SATURDAY MAY 30-31 with good friends is rich, many things and proficient -
Indeed. So I am a very rich In a few. .
I and fortunate person to haveso All scout leaders offer a big
Fri
I l' DOUBLE FEATURE'CORNELWILDE Sat & 'Sun many. congratulations to these

Continuous Fifty elderly persons, black scouts.
Showings and white, attended a luncheon -
,
YAPHET KOTTOnoatQcmn Starting Times meeting at RJE schoolin Y -M

I Reno to set the goal for
m o'I Fri. At 7 Sat. At 5 another Senior
Citizens organizing Club in Bradford 1, 'The Hampton Christian Academy (ACE) has added a new Learning Center and

:.. ninire Sun. At 5THE County. Credits must be givento will be) able to accommodate additional students for the 1975-76 school year in

Bill Baxter and Rita grades K-10.
'
Wright! college students and
fin m Louise Newman for time and I

6j j lAjLS Iinate. t effort spent in the noble cause. r 2. We Invite you to consider these advantages we can provide 'you toward the
U ..
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COlOR were Dr. Bob
.... > ." McManus Speakers, Santa Fe College, Proper, education of your t children. .

and Joe Kerrigan, president of
PLUS the Bradford County Senior 1i.6E :. IZeLCL.Q e Each student In our school initially tested using the California Achievement l

r Citizens Club.The response of Tests, which are the highest in the nation., By this'means: we determine the
the people was great, and
enthusiasm high, these days, child's functional) level and prescribe on Individual course of instruction in

D a in our battle against inflation, each, of his subjects. This insures each student the opportunity to begin.
+ gs. y: a for National Health Security, "
"where he is" and progress from there.:
conditions Join the excited and happy
and better living
(transportation,housing, etc.) hundreds who study the .; Our. curriculum Is one of the finest' In the nation, developed by Christian Educators -(

., we need all of the forces we word of God and Worship ; .and Classroom Teacher, with advanced degrees\ education 'and
; can muster; Welcome to'our weekly at the First Baptist classroom
many.years4of experience.
STEPFORDWIVES ranks senior citizens of Reno. Church of Stark .
O Your ,next meeting will be at r Our {learning tools are tailored to ability, not age. No fast student. is held back
t1rnwWa ppt9 '
.. .,, .MOM: RJE on May 29 at 2 p.m. "Ther's A Sweet Sweet and no'slow student compelled to keep up with a.group..
.
:',.:': I .-.. II Petitions were sent to Rep. Spirit In this Place" Daily,emphasis Is upon character training, producing .manners,' respect! for
,, and Sen. Bob
.' A..i.__! mi., Frank Saunders Williams as follows: "We Sunday School for all..ages authoritydiscipline, honesty love'of God and Country. '
.
; :,.;N, SUN.-MON. touaswvctulisrlwiarennarlwerxNathrena. torn* erherd. ar..g hkl. subscribe to the free en- ':45..m. ,. Qualified Christian Staff and Teachers providing\ Christian examples Includ-

Afekrhrrr.rrnYOa terprise system of society and ing modesty of dress and appearance, a love for students' .and clean In conversation
Morning Worship
the u
and whereas
4.i and personal life. .
State Law 484-06) ,creates a Preaching:00a.m., "
THEATREMNIMMWftMO monopoly, in the prices of ACE students: regularly achieve more than one year for each year In school

I optical devices-eyeglasses; Christian Living Training -7- some at much 'as two years. I

and monopolistic, whereas,practices these 6:1Sp.m. (Music lessons'piano, Organ, Voice, Sports, Field Trips. .

A Sttaq Of CoatcapaiarJ FuillA prohibit advertising the pricesof Evening. Singing and We have spas for.approximately 50 more students;and! will be taking: applications)

,IN COLO .1 Witcknft fa Califnia. eyeglasses severe, thereby hardship -' Sermon7:30p.m. from now until July 31, 1975., If you are Interested, please call now for on appoint-

creating a very ment for personal Interview that will explain In detail our alms and methods of
/ on the elderly and poor, Hear about the abundantlite ,

)T denying them the God-given in Christ Sunday at the education. ', ., .; .... .
right to see better because First Baptist Church 'of

i ,,.', outrageous they cannot, 'prices afford ,the of Starke., We will'provide Interested i parents and students an opportunity:\ to'visit our school l
'
;' 1 Hewe." t et <: eyeglasses in today's market "The Church with Heart. '. nd't,talk, .with,.oyr;;students!. .and their ,parents_ '? .. -

place; therefore, we pray that,, In. the Heart. of Stark ..' : .*
vlal.nt_ in Tallahassee '** ,/ : 1

.!.t.. ,_ "'I,, ._, : our will legislators repeal State Law....- Sand .Ben P. Bryant COST?ABORT 3x 50 PERJ3AY' .LESS THAN FOR A(BABYSITTER.. >A<, '
: '
\ ; : .. t ..-- "' rally support for passage Pasta "3 Jj. SHJ "'' ,] i-? f/"r f

I 91)000.: of HB-362 a proponed by Rep. SCHOOLOFFICEtip4iONs jP468-i31d or 468-'lo66. ,
'..1J4'; 1181!! Gene Campbell,and SB-72S as,, William.. George .. ;; : : .
< ; :
,/ .. proposed by Sen. Jack Gordon. -' Mill.of Music L -.d ; ; :4yi'i': :: ; ;*'u..' __"* I
r. ': } I[ reCMNISCOH ..
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rage .b 1'ELEGItAP11 M.y". 1975 "


ACP DevelopedFor '- ':': ,: ; :fto; Man
l' t ., P.'t 1 I Clay County
j
.
-4--!. BradfordBradford ::: Drowns In Lowery Lake
:. !
: :
.'
-.,I
--:::'1, ''not been announced.
County farmers Marvin "Goat" Thomas, 58, ,
who plan to start conservation of Rowell Road,,Green Cove According to a report imyfc''
practices under the Springs, drowned in Lake by an investigating deputy of
Agricultural Conservation 7!I Lowery on the Camp Blanding the Clay County Sheriff's;
'1 1I ij Program (ACP) are urged, as i(i Military Reservation last office, companions of Thomas
said that there had been
'
I (, v q r) '' the first step, to discuss their Saturday afternoon.
l' farm's needs with the county The body of Thomas, who drinking in the party and that
office of the 'Agricultural Ar was a carpenter by trade, was Thomas was left' sitting on ,a
Stabilization and Conservation a brought to the Keystone log in about' three feet of
Service (ASCS), i, Heights Fire Department water. He apparently had
Warren Carver announces. \ about 3:45: p.m. by some decided to swim into deeper
companions and was transported water and when next noticed
by Green Cove was floating under water
"There are some differences about 65 leet lrom shore.
to
Rescue Unit 71 .
Springs ,
between ACP and the ----- ------
j 1974 conservation program Jacksonville where an. FOR SALE: Magnifying glasses
and when a farmer has autopsy was performed- of all sizes with handles At
J. Walter
Prevail of have
determined the conservation Brad Results of the autopsy The Office Shop.ALLEN'S '
f. ford County Is one of three UK
needs on his farm he should students to'
receive Florida
contact' our office," Carver Feed Association Scholar '
says. ships from the College of Agriculture -
Prevatt is a Junior in

f.'I ..........ry..--- --_ __ .....0.0.:; ; ._;.;:""_'..Mh'r.: '\ A Important this objectives of the the College of, Agriculture, BAIT & TACKLE SHOP
program year are, that majoring in animal science. ,

Klrxrn Duron 1 t'mployt't'Iho! recently completed the 160- DeVoe. Standing: Robert Johns Randolph Chism, William be the needed beyond conservation that which must the Emory He Is the Prevail: son of, !Mr.Sr of and Starke.!Mrs 611 E. Brownlee Phone 964-8517

!'I hour llruvy\ Kqiiipment Operator Course are sealed (l-r): Owens Willie Houston, llayfleld Perry, Leroy Long, Alvin farmer would accomplish "reva It,. was state 4-11
president
Sc-o'lt. Fields,
David Instructor Jim llonnicutt. Dul'ont Training and Joseph Starling. without cost-share assistance, In 1971-72.
i Supervisor Rwlney hall Loiuo Starling and Raymond and the practices must n

provide enduring benefits," s '

DuPont Employees Presented R I for your Carver explained ACP Plan

I child's safety "With the $18,000 allocatedto
Bradford County,ACP cost- DevelopedThe
share assistance of 50 to 75

Heavy Equipment Certificates Do-your children have adequate percent will help correct some 197$ ACP for Bradford 30% OffFRIDAYSATURDAYSUNDAY
protection from the danger ,.conservation problems in the County has been developed.The .
( of electrical shock that can area, and we are endeavoring County Development:

,,\ Eleven DuPont employeeswho Fields, and Joseph Starling Lawtey. Safety was stressed lurk, right in your own home? well to assure that," Carver the tax dollar is Group is composed of the ,
recently completed the Representing DuPont at the throughout the course. "Most households have elec- spent says. County ASC Committee, the
160-hour() Heavy Equipment luncheon were Plant ManagerKen This was the fourth group trical deathtraps into which Carver noted that between County Agent, the Soil Conser- Rods Reels. Trolling Motors Paddles ;
Operator Course were presented Platt, Production Superintendent graduated from the Vo-Tech small children can stumble in 5-15-75 and 6-15-75 is the periodfor vation Service Technician and
graduation certificates John Ruffini and School. Mr. Plait and Mr. the twinkling of an eye," says county farmers to come to the County Forester. A Complete Line Of Fishing Gear-And *'
recently by Ted Oglesby, Training Supervisor Rodney Temple congratulated the Dr. Albert H. Domm, child the ASCS office to file a The initial sign-up period for
director of the Bradford Union Hall graduates and expressed safety specialist and medical director request for participation in requesting cost-share assis-
Vo-Tech School. The 160-hour course in- satisfaction with the coopera- of the Prudential Insur- the program. tance on conservation practices -
The festivities were conducted volved maintenance and live efforts of the Vo-Tecn ance Company. under the 1975 program
in the dining room of operating techniques for Training Center and DuPont. The work of developing ACP will be.May 15 through June
the Garden Restaurant. crawler tractors, mobile (1)(I) Keep all electric' practices is under authority of 15. ii: 2/k
Attending the luncheon on cranes, front-end loaders, pan outlets covered when not in use. the farmer-elected county Our office is open from 8
behalf of! the school system scrapers, road graders, and Skinny Bank Curious children can stick con- ASC committee. The' county a.m until 4:30: p.m. and our
were Superintendent Jim similar heavy equipment used ductive objects into uncovered program development groupis telephone number is 9646548.
Temple Deputy School Superintendent by DuPont in its mining operations BalancePostpones sockets. ((2) Be sure you haveno consulted, and the selected First Come First Served
Wendall Kilpatrick, at Camp Blanding and worn extension cords. ((3)) practices are then subject to FellowshipsThe .
School Director Ted l Oglesby, Place all electrical machineryand approval by the slate ASC American Cancer Society
and Class Instructor Jim appliances out of the reachof committee and the state helps train young doctors SHINERS $1ob
I llonnicutt. Sewing Machine toddlers. development group. and dentists in cancer diagnosisand Dozen, ,
certificates
Employees receiving management..
l were David Scott, Raising Funds Furniture For - ... - - -
Lonzo Starling Raymond r---------
Dcvoc, Robert Johns, Randolph Raiford
Chism, William Owens, For BURAC Group Bldg ::
Willie Houston. Rayfield I .

Perry, Leroy Long. Alvin Members of the Bradford- RAIFLRD With only avery WHEN YOU NEED Itf
Union Association for the "skinny" balance in the I' ) "
Concession Stand Retarded Inc. will be in front town treasury alter the pay .I 'J' I
of Winn-Dixie at Bradford ment of all accounts and I the 'l1. I ,: ,; I
; '
Square Shopping Center on final payment on the new town "
Donors ThankedThe US-301 south, taking up $1 hall the City Council voted I A GARDEN .J} : It1:!
donations on a Necchi sewing Monday night May 12 to : : ;,
machine. table action on providing new 'i1 r. ,
Parent Youth I :, ,31"" <<.. I I.I IP. I.
The machine will be given furniture for I ho building. .t. I'I
Organization) under the away at the next membership The council did however,
Recreation Department, meeting at 7:30: p.m. June 12 approve a motion to hold the GROWN
would like to thank Blalocks at the school board building. next meeting (June !9)I) and all I '
l\1'atl\larkt't and Bush's Bait BUARC members are also future meetings of the cg.uncil
and Tackle tor the donation of-i getting-new members at this ut the new town hall: oj ,rtI
the ice used during the games,rand time. New members joining Alter ht'aring\i I ,: ., .' i iI
Slade Gas lor the Ot lavr ro)
Sawyer
now will\ receive one free treasurer's report from
donation of a refrigerator raffle ticket. Membership is $5 Kathryn E. Alvarez, town First FindSomeone '
r used at the Pratt Street concession per person, $8 per family, and clerk showing a final deduction I 1 1I
stand. $10 per group. of the total! cost of $18.SW)
as payment in lull lor the new
town hall the deferred l action I A bi 1
on furnishing the building .
was
Rabies Shot Not NecessaryFor taken until more revenues ;ire e\
I received .into I the treasury I

Child Bitten, By Monkey agreed The council lo III'I'Oolll'hlilf hiid originally' al'the Who --,wI

cost of ho I building! to be I

boy free, but turned to see her paid over a (KTicxl ol years,
Rabies shots will not be own child who had also hut later elected lo "tough it Knows {
necessary Igor .six-year-old slipped under the rail, in (he 'out"amt make payment in full I 1 I
Allison Denmark, daughter of
bar the .
grasp of the monkey. building on completion.Slowing a ?
Dr. and Mrs. J.E. Denmark of
In the confusion, Allison had down the replenishment t
Slarke. who was bitten by amonkey also slipped under the bar and of the treasury was a I How : I
weeks the
two at
"go
was close enough to the cage notification thai I leck-ral I revenue *
Jacksonville Zoo
for the monkey to grab her sharing lunds would be
The announcement came hair and bite the top of her decreased beginning July I 1. I 71K.t.
from the zoo veterinarian who
.
head. She received cuts that !1l7! >
lias been observing Ihe woolly required five stitches to close !Mrs, Alvarez read a notice
monkey\ that bit the child on
Ii. !Mrs. Denmark said the zoo to the council that only St i 27 I .
May : It had previously been
attendants ould be received next year in
were uncooperative '
slated by zoo attendants that '
after Ihe incident and federal I revenue sharing WHEN YOU 'i
,
it the .
was unlikely monkey
added that the zoo's first aid funds. The town had been I ; % '
was rabid since it had not beenin
contact with other animals. kit contained only a few cotton receiving $1.08:; annually ,
AI the time of the incident. balls. Randall Davis Starke Councilman Leland Bruiller.
Allison wasvisittng the zoo on recreation director who also suggested! that since the council I NEED : i
accompanied the group, con- members did not reechoany
a l field trip with members ofht'l'
l first grade class. Hermother firmed in the inadequacy of compensation as town
had accompanied the the first aid supplies, and also officials thai they should be 'I
said there was no warning reimbursed lor' trmel ex PRINTINGDONE
group us (one of the adults I
assisting. on the I trip, and was sign that the monkey would penses. Following up onBrailler's '
will) a group of four students bite as had been stated by a suggestion the
including Allison, at the time. zoo attendant. council adopted l a policy to
Mrs. Denmark said that a Steve Clark, assistant curator make pa ment at H cents per '
small in the of mammals at Ihe zoo, mile lor any travel on town
boy slipped
group said that mesh wire had business authorized ,
been bthe. l lI
under the hand
I rail in front of
I H '
I the cage and was grabbed by installed so that children council.In lP
the monkey. She pulled Ihe could no longer slip under the a discussion on providing
hand rail. insurance on the new buildingas
well as,the equipment for I
the Haiford Volunteer Fire I
Department a separate entity WE CAN
Starke Paint ,w ho is housed m the same
building, decided to defer
action on the mutter. The
Center council appointed councilman I DOIT.

Michael Dobbs and Attorney ,
; 441 W. Madison St 964-8181 Richard Welly to meet with
the fire department to workout .
a joint provision for insur- I

CLEAN UPQuality ests.ance coverages for both' inter All Types '

In other matters the I
council
:
Heard a report from From Letterheads '
:Mayor Elmer Wallace on the
requirements of an audit of I '
town funds to be made for sub- I 'To Color Brochures '

mission to the state Department ,
,
of Revenue. Estimated ,
cost of the audit is from$400 to ,
Paint $800. and is for the period LET US QUOTE YOU OUR PRICE. :

ending September 30 1974. I 1,1 'I I ,I 'I : I,. .
at Reduced Price -Approved the purchase of
and
Mfg an air-conditioning and heat- ." : '
ing unit for the new town hall I You Will Be Surprized I
Tested Locally at a cost of $400 submitted by I -
Winkler Electric of Starke.
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/r SUNTEC 1\- WALLPAPER INSTALLATION SALES & second-grade Principal to teacher harried: mE( JID1l0: (D IJEU( ,UI( ]


PRINT.nc. "Miss Whitney, simply I -
you ,'I.
All Types Of Paint cannot send thank-you notes 1 In 8us/essSlnce/ 1879 '
Roy cola tI1 N the sun to when : ,
pupils they
your
& stay "
Paint
Supplies I
home because of illness. '
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FOR BIDS

The City of Hampton is now ,

accepting bids for trash hauling

"'one ((1)) day per week The City

"will furnish the truck and gas.

'The bids must be sealed in a tote.

z plain envelope and turned In by CLASSIFIED AD RATES, FOR SALE: One acre, 60x12 2 -

5:00: p.m., June 9, 1975. BR all electric mobile home. Real Estate
11.1' bids Deadline for Insertion MISCELLANEOUSFREE Double Insulated. SR-235 INSURANCt
The will be opened at the off

'"Cbuncll Meeting June 10. Tuesday Noon preceding 100. Contact Williams, 112 t REAL ESTATE J MULTIPLE AT REDUCED RATES

10 The City reserves the right to Thursday before. publication. Lakeside Road, Sebring, Fla. AUTO, FIRE, BOA!

;Veject any or all bids. i ,6153tp529HOT I /f6il.. Cfearson LISTINGSOVER
Minimum DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE
'Ib'J Charge$2.00 : One Ice Cream Scoop ... -
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:' Shirley Forsyth (Covers 15 Words) with each Oil & Oil Filter REAL ESTATE 250 REAL ESTATE PER- AGENCYLOW

701! I City Clerk Each word over 13 Change thru July. Faulkner's ? Cool off tonight with an SONS SELLING YOUR PROPERTY RA
....,., TE MOBILE HOME
cents lnT ,
of air AwrrT"'
City Hampton conditioner from Sawyer
Gulf Service Hwy. 100 BYRON E. DUCE, INSURANCE 'CHG
,, P.O. Box 250 4734279. Slade Appliance. All sizes to Reg. Real Estate
5/15 Broker
ff All Classified Ads must be Keystone 24 5 BR .2 Bath frame home on 1
: choose from. Take to
Jtchg up
Htchg 7124 393 N. Temple Ave. Nice 4 BEDROOM full ,bath
paid for in advance unless acre Lawtey $20,000
you months to pay. Call 9647701or 964-7700 p central
wall
-------------- have established ------------ ... wall to carpets,
an account :
see them at 332. W. -
1/2 of land outside
tN THE CIRCUIT COURT heat acre ,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF, with the Telegraph, in that LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast Madison Street. Itchg. Acreage for sale: 6 acres, 10 2 BR CB home, cent. heat/air city limits. Good terms. Would
event 50 cents extra chargefor 27 Ft- 1V73 Airstream
------------ acres, 30 ducts in for future
FLORIDA, ,IN AND FOR Not for with *-" biet Plan, $3. acres, 460 acres. carport room consider trade.HANDYMAN .
billing. responsible International Land Yacht
BRADFORD COUNTY REDUCE Excess Fluids with rOR SALE: Case pocket knives nice lot $18,200
errors when given over the X-Pal, $3. Let us help you own SPECIALS bed Like New-Extras
KOCH DRUG. 2/6 now at Dahmers Discount some land - -
phone or when Is not .
copy IStchg 612.ALCOHOLICS or a home 2 lots. Owner will Towed 1,200 Miles.
CIVIL ACTION and tfchg. 2 BR furnished home $9,600 room on city
typed brought to the office.
Case No.74318In ------------ - - - - finance with 29'fi down, and Price includes tow
.
Re: The Marriage of 0 ,LISTINGS, FINANCING, 2 BR home screened porch': terms to fit your pocketbook. equipment
RENTALS NEEDEDCall
HENRY LEE RUDOLPH, ANONYMOUS. $9,500
Husband and JOANNA P. The only requirement for Anytime $8,500Call
MotorcyclesSUZUKI - FRED SACKETT-REALTOR
membership is a DESIRE to
RUDOLPH, Wife.NOTICE VERNIE ODOM
PERSONAL SERVICEBILL'S stop drinking. Ph. 964 7959 964-5476 1.2 acres Mobile homes 205 N. Temple(US-301)) 473.3328

OF SUIT- 964-7619 or 964-5148. 1/2 allowed $2,500 904/964-6522,468-1642 6-8 p.m.

13 TP-6/28 - For Appointment
NO PROPERTY Applean Brown'
----- -- OF STARKE: Your 964-7955 2.7 acres on US 301 in Lawtey
BIC PENS. The Office
Shop 19
SAW SHOP: Complete authorized Suzuki Dealer. drastically reduced to $8,900
ToJoanna: P. RudolphcO cents and 25 cents.FRED .
Pearl Burnett sharpening service, circular, Phone 964-6020.304 East Call - -

811 St.. hand, carbide, chain. Mower Street. rfchg. O
Gregory 7 acres zoned RiB $7,800
t FOR SALE
blades hollow J AluminumSiding.
Greenville, Ala. ground and ------------ - $ SAVE $
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat balanced. Call 964-7509 or,
I 20 Acres woodlands $1,600per
leave at Jackson FOR SALE: Suzuki TS-400
an action for Dissolution of Building
motorcycle. 1973 model, ) acre DAVIS
Supply, Starke or Keystone
has been filed
Marriage againstyou FOR SALE: Used gas of electric good condition, new chain - Aluminum
Heights. tfchg.
Joanna P. Rudolph and TO GMC TRUCKS
,
....----------- ranges. Prices start as low as and sprockets. Call 964-5875 Appx. 28 acres beautiful
you are required to serve a copyof crtuillrrprREMTY BUICK PONTIAC"A
$35. Call 964-7701
or see at after 5 p.m. ItpSTARKE planted pasture 50 trees Soff.t
your written defenses, if any PIANO ,TUNING-REPAIR: Will Sawyer Slade Appliance 332 --',---------- pecan LITTLE RIDE CAN
to it, on The Clerk of Circuit buy old pianos, William W. Madison St. $1,600 per acre SAVE YOU A LOT" TF

Court whose name and address George 1228 Blanding St., -------_ itchg.- CYCLE CENTER, 403 - GREEN COVE SPRINGS*
ist P. O. Drawer B, Starke, Starke. Ph. 964-5287. 5/22 E. Call Street,. Ph. 964-6020, 60 Acres livable house & Remodeling

Florida, and file the original with 2tp5/29 FOR SALE: Used rebuilt G.E. Your Authorized HODAKA approx. 250 cords of standing

the clerk of the above styled Washer. Price start as low as dealer tfchg.. WELDINGEarl
------------ pine Lawtey $892 per acre Cement Work
$50. Call 964-7701 or see at Walker-711 N. rand,
court on or before June 23, ------------
MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also Sawyer Slade AppliancesStore 24 HOUR SERVICE
1975; otherwise a judgment may WE NEED HOUSES TO SELLI! If 62.7 acres Sr-18 $880 Acre
mobile home hurricane
In
an- 332 W. Madison St. 1t'MINOWShopStarke (
for
be entered against you the
choring and mobile home roof Itchg. you desire a larger house or II ____ or SurroundingArea
relief demanded in the complaint FinancingAvailable
t FOR RENT J smaller house and want us to t LAWTEY Fit.I .
or petition. coating. Olin's MOBILE' ------------ :
help you we will be more than I I rinnvl, )/ l-7.ISI:' I
WITNESS my hand and the Home Service. 964-6606, At. FOR SALE: 283 Chevy engine, I 782-38O6 I
happy to be of assistance. 1 .......
3:8 : :
6:3>>
seal of said Court on May 20, 100W. Starke, Ra. tfchg.. completely rebuilt. Country riit wire A Mr>utr > : itp :

I75- ------------ Garage. 964-7942. Itchg Silver Interlachen
,-OR RENT: Olin's Subdivision Lake Estates JS4-SB5B
----------
TOP 1/2 acre lots, $2500 per Seventy feet on clear water bone
SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a LIVEHENS
S. Brown
Gilbert
# FOR SALE AKC Irish Setter hundred fifty feet ., ""
: month., Water & Sewage deep. r
-.lis Clerk of said Court ,week, dozer work and drag- SO Cents Each
pups, champion sired. 282- furnished. For information call Furnished, concrete block, air,
WBy: Beulah M. Moody line work. Call 468-1873, Star Best Home Buy in Starke: 3 BR TWIN YOLK
Rt. Hampton, STEPHEN 4717 Green Cove Springs. Mark Olin, Olin's Mobile two bedroom, one bath kit on Church St. EGG FARM
5 As Deputy Clerk 5/29 2tchg 6/5 Homes Sales Hwy. 100 W., chen dining area, living room .
LANDFILL -
5/29 4tchg 6119NOTICE SMITH{ tfchg. with 11'jMlleNuithuInlerlailien! '' / Well.. drilling,1
0 -----------_ ----------- Starke. 964-5606. tfchg. fireplace .$22,550. 40 Acres on Paved Hiway
--
---------_._- - $675 Per Acre.
t- FOR SALE: LAND, 1,2, or 3 315
OF INTENTION SEWING MACHINES repaired, One of the best built homes I ir Hwy. 2" thru 6"
outside Call
acres Lawtey.
g' TO REGISTER all makes cleaned, oiled and 782.3917ltp FOR RENT: Mobile Home Starke 803 S. Colley Road 34 Acres Joins City Limits. $675 5:8: 4t 5:29:

FICTITIOUS NAMES adjusted '$7. Work guaranteed ----_-------, Spaces. We can accommodate enormous entrance hall, living Per Acre. FasttRotaryDrilling

James Strickland 964- any size home. room with fireplace, dminf BRASINGTONDII.I.CIII

Pursuant to Section 865.09 8733. tfchg. FOR SALE: Do It yourself 12 by BRADFORD PARK at BRAD- room, sun room kitchen wit Lots In and Out of City. << .\ ( .OsMOlill.K': Equipment

3 l Florida Statutes, notice is hereby -------...j. 12 inch tile, with stick on back FORD MOTEL.< 964-5988.. dining area, three spacious bedrooms s\i is&' : ..h.It1II'I'hint' State Licensed
now at Dahmer's Discount. two full baths, closet
J given that the undersigned WATSON'S 5/15 10tchg 7/17 sHn. lion.. ul I M-il ('u,'+
2/27 26tchg 8/25 galore, utility room, tool room, Call Bill .
# Mr. and Mrs. Grady L. HOUSE OF VACUUMS --- -------- with half bath, heat & Powell Broker Taken' I Iln('tulill.iv 1. r.iili-s,. I Pump I
----------- garage 9646464Sat
g' Williamson Rt. 3, Box 144, FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile air, large lot, ,fenced back yard, .::11111.11. till! ::;"..::;::11I1

Starke Bradford County, Many brands of new vacuums. FOR SALE Quarter horse stud assorted (i.\INKS\II.I.I: ';
: homes outside city limits. J.B. pecan trees, other trees and Sun II New & Used

U Florida 32091, doing business Used machines available. and tack, $260. 964-6625 White. Ph. 964-6114. tfchg. and flowers., You have to see to Call 533-2208

3 under the firm name of "GREEN Expert Repairs all makes. after 6 p.m. Itp ---------_-- appreciate.. SalesPartsServicaEZ'!

NURSERY", Rt. 3, Box Pans,.and-f ccessofies for all ------------ - -

3'OAK vacuurnte'L Built ,in....central .- FOR RENT: Furnished Duplex. Little Lake Santa Fe un .AVONTOTHEReSCUE"i TermsPlumbing
Starke, Bradford County", Motile
fOR SALE? Home Parts .
Utilities furnished. Can be '
vacuum cleaning systems. 712N. developed lot with 75 feet on rli RANCH LIQUIDATION / 'in
32091, intends to register and OLIN'S MOBILE
Main Gainesville 3767110.TF supplies. seen Sunday through water, approx. 400 feet deep., .i1I211411cres( or more in 'I ; I
:3 said fictitious name under the HOMES SALES, Hwy. 100
615 N. Water
Thursday. beautiful trees..great fishing., Clay County, Keystone area: Caught Up In A Lay-Off? Save
S provisions of aforesaid statute. W. Starke, 964-5606 tfchg. Street. Itp very remote..owner will financ :Most parcels from $1250 Your Budget Our
By
- - -- : Selling
i Mr. and Mrs. Grady L. ------------ ------------ reliable *22r acre. High &
--------------- party. per Dry Famous Products. Call Loma New Installation
jj Williamson, sole owners. FOR SALE - Wooded. Down payment and 755-0731()
: PEAS-you pick. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom fur Clyatt at or write P. O.

$ Dated this 15th day of May, LEGALS- West 16, Seeber Forsyth. nished apt., 1 bedroom Do your own thing on your ven terms negotiable. Long Box 5127, Lake City, Fla. 32055. Remodeling

n I A. D. 1975 at Starke Florida 9645156. 5/29 4tp 6/19 furnished apt, also 2 own lot..One lot so close tc terms tf

M 5/154tp615 ------------ bedroom unfurnished apt. town that you would not need c Repairs
REGISTRATION OF
car3300.Country Clu WEST CENTRALKEALTY.
-------------- Ph. 964-8071itp
FICTITIOUS NAMESWe FOR SALE: $6.98 LP records Estates with golf, tennis ant INC.
M NOTICE INTENTION the undersigned, being $4.98 $5.98, LP for $3.98 at ---- ----- swimming convenient.$4,787.Beautiful Registered Broker JIMMY MOORE'S I DurranCe')

R 4 TO REGISTER do hereby declare Dahmer's Discount. 2/27
duly sworn FOR RENT: Housekeeping apt. Bessent Road building 1-378-2308. Anytime
FICTITIOUS NAME under oath that the names of all 26tchg 8/25 Weekly, furnished. Un ot.$6,000. Evenings Call: Sun SportsMORE

persons interested in the business ------------ derwood Motel, Highway - Art Pa tray BOAT FOR Pump & Supply

or profession carried on 301 north of Starke, 5/29 4tp Home' .,
P Pursuant to Section 866.09 rOR SALE & business approx. 1 473-20:19: YOUR MONEY TF
of T & S : Baby bed play pen,
Florida Statutes, notice is hereby under the firm name 6/19 1/2 acres on 301 South ample :5:15: Company
Lumber & Fence at P. O. Box high chair. All three $35. 782- STARKE PH 964-5791
K ------------ highway footage owner wil
given that the undersigned 3752. Itp

jt Lee McKenzie and Willie 215 extent, Hampton of the interest, Fla.,of and each the, is ------------ FOR RENT: Furnished bachelor finance has reliable unlimited party. Thi- COMPLETE OUTBOARD St< 864 N. Temple Ave.

McKenzie, Rt. 3, Box 375-B, Very attractive, T.V. property possibilities. DRIVE SERVICE
K as follows: HOWS OF HOBBYS: Full line of apt. Over 1300 Sq. Ft. on a big beau STERN Starke

fc Starke, Florida, 32091, doing Name Extent of Int. arts and crafts. Also guar- antenna a/c, & parkingarea - tiful well landscaped lot. AND REPAIR
H business under the firm name of Oscar John Thompson 60% 118 $80 monthly. 633 COMPLETE 964-7061 .t
anteed stereo repair Keystone Heights..We have - FIBERGLASS

r1 "THE BARGAIN CENTER," 301 Harley Seabolt 50% Court. Ph. 964-7329. tfchg. 6279.McMahon Itchg Street. Ph. 964- several 3B,2B, CH&A ranging i in Custom built Cabinets in Kitchen REPAIR

H South, Starke, Bradford ------------ price from $25,200 to 36500. Hardwood floor in Dining CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS -
------------
County, Florida, 32091, Intendsto /sOscar John Thompson .... Room.. FISHING BOATS
/s/ Harley Seabolt FOR SALE 1966 PU Long Champ
: Chevy ,
Two
to register said fictitious name apartment houses one on R -
% under the provisions of aforesaid Dated this May 2, 1975 at large utility body, ladder rack, Washington & Walnut with 3 Big Living Room With W/W .

statute. Starke, Bradford County, new tires, 81,000 miles, excellent HOUSES FOR SALEFOR downstairs apts. furnished and 3 Carpet 3 Big Bedrooms All Hume and

Florida. mechanical condition, upstairs unfurnished. Another, Air-conditioned attached Davidson
KJ Lee McKenzie and Willie 5/8 4tchg 529Water $695. Call 9646061rfchg.. (Building Materials ]
on Cherry & Jefferson with ,3 garage. Steel Tripod TV Towe".
------- -
jj -
McKenzie, sole owners. -- ------ -- furnished ParkIn
and Home
could have 3 - Mobile WE BUILD

p Dated this 15th day of May FOR SALE: 15' fiberglass sport SALE: 12 x 60 3 bedroom, more. 'With .substantial down On Church Street Close to ,

: A. D. 1975 at Starke, Florida. boat, 50 HP Johnson motor, 1 1j bath mobile home on 1 payment!. owner will finance. Everything. City Limits, YOUR PLANS OR OURS

I 5/154tp615 Front Lots all like new. Will sell cheap. acre of land $11,500.. Ph. - YOUR LOT OR OURS

----- Call 964-6067 after 4:30: 473-2164. Itpi if you want something special in Can Be Bought For $22.800 $30 Per Mo.

r ;D---- Starting At '14,500 week-days. 1tp ________ _,__k the real estate line and you do Completely Furnished Ready to FREE ESTIMATES

CALLFOR ------------ not see it advertised..we will try Move In.,Will Sell Unfurnished Walk To New' REMODELING REPAIRS
City of Hampton is now On Lake FOR SALE: 12 x 64 Artcraft .to find.It for.you. $21,000. Shopping Center I

{e accepting bids for dog catcher. Hampton FOR SALE: Will sell either of mobile home 1971. Washer- - ADDITIONS
in dryer, air condition, concrete T:Terwillegar City Gas, Water A Sewer
Bids must be sealed plain two ponies: brown Shetland HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
envelope and turned in by June steps semi-furnished.*Set : Estate Broker 20 Acres: 1320 ft. on Hiway,
Watch For stallion or Mack paint Welch TRADED
I 9, 1975. The bids will be opened Gelding. 9648073. 1t up within city limits. See to fflhome Madison Ave.. 1300 ft. on grade. Lots of On 301 South

at the Council meeting June 10, appreciate and make an timber. i ACREAGE FOR SALE
------------ 964-7776 Jolu Motel
1975. Model .Homes offer 9648341. 1tp - r
964-6853
The City reserves the right to FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3.9B, :.. --- I 964-5145 Sacrifice for cash 964-8810

9x12 Linoleum $8.98. Also .HWY 301 S STARKE 'TF
of
and all bids. City II
reject
any 1 And 2 Acre FOR SALE: 3 BR 2 bath brick
Hampton, P.O. Box 240, Hampton 12x12 and 12x15 in stock. Call Bill Powell QOw:
Hundreds to choose from at >IDehmer. home in Starke, carpet, Broker
Fla. 5:22: 2t 5:29: In-
; -------------- Home Sites Discount. tfchg. draperies- appliances 964-6464 OPPORTUNITY
cluded. Phone 473-2039 after DISTRIBUTOR NEEDED EXCLUSIVE 1111
----------- Residence .' < '
-A\ BILLIONS SS ANNUAL MARKET 11' :
,
G NOTICE OF INTENTION 6 p.m.' or weekends. tfchg. UNITED FARM AGENCY 533-2208 1L $1.00000 INVENTORY RETURNS $2,70000 ,

TO REGISTER FOR SALE: Good used color - -- -- REGISTERED REAL *"
:..1 OVO\'b. EXCELLENT PART OR FULL-1ME INCOME
FICTITIOUS NAME Plan Your and black &white TV, stoves, ESTATE BROKER .
.' FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house, PAUL& IRENE FAULKNER NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
I refrigerators, furniture & air concrete block, central 964-5065 $38.000 3 BR, 2 Bath, CH&A, Manor woman to dlttrlbuto presold advartuad WOld".

Pursuant. to Section 866.09 Dream Home conditions. BARGAIN CENTER heat/air, fully carpeted; One Acre Lot. 1,656 sq. ft. Hving ANACIN famous ALKA. TUMS.-SELTZen..'0. Restock BAYER Company ASPIRIN laourad' DRISTAN.account

Florida Statutes, notice is hereby U.S. 301 South. tfchg. partially furnished.319 N. St. 2 Large Lots with nice 4-BR, 2path area. 1 V> miles out of City Limits. w kly.' : ,

; given that the undersigned J.' ------------ Clair Street. Ph. 9648107. block home, completely of Starke., NO INITIAL SELLING! INCOME STARTS IMMEDIATELYI!

A. Sapp 902 Woodlawn Street. Now 5/29 2tchg. / For Sale: 2 Story house close to COMPANY fURNISHED ACCOUNTSI!
FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose hand : :_ .. furnished out of city., SZ39S.00-S464a.QO
Starke Florida, 32091, doing \... .J ,. I town. Upstairs furnished apt. MINIMUM 'CASH INVESTMENT.
,
56.22 hand $24.96,
of"JOE'S gun guns downstairs 3 BR. Applicant should nag ear, minimum of 4 ...... hrt. weekly I '.. '
business under the firm name 25 automatic guns from FOR SALE: 3 bedroom House. 2 retable and .IIg.III.. to anuma butmakt '..pon. ..iblltti'.t wilh
GIFTS & NOVELTIES", Dahmers Discount. timber In 30 dyt.' If you' mot th.s. r.qulr.m.nt have the
$49.96. with ,
30 good
Smokty Says: bath, family room, game acres n o tfary oatk and sincaraly want to .own your
!I 902 Woodlawn Street, Starke, tfchg room with fire place.. Patio, A.J.Thomai, Realtor paved road front. 4 miles N., of own .bu tintti, h"o'.i::: :.,: ,and Include. phone numbs tot

i1 Bradford County Florida LITTER MAKES :-----.------- BBQ grill, 20x20 block utility '21 N. Walnut St. Starke, terms.Commercial "W,
said :. JTMANS WOULD !INOU TRIES.INC._.. :_
3209T intends to register house in rear. Completely ;
Ttl. "4-1'2 .
under the provisions CAMPGROUND] AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: shrubbed, fenced in backyard building, block construction y MARKETING DIRECTOR DEPT. IO>
fictitious name f Sales ft. 1 712 Hanl.y' Industrial Court' Brant wood. Missouri 63144
N : service Installation 6 large pecan trees. 2,400 sq. acre
of aforesaid statute UGLY.. AND 2 bedroom frame '
stereos phono reel-reel dwelling liv.. land 3 miles from Starke. '
Priced right to sell. See Jim .. ,
J. A. Sapp, sole owner. 1 rm., kitch.,din. & Fla. Rm.,
ITS 4 very
FIRE radio.
A tapes,cassettes, Work Wilson-Badcock Furniture.
D Dated this 15th day of May, clean and nice, 1 acre land., out 19 acres, Lawtey good timber -
Florida. i4A1ARD1001 guaranteed. 118 Court 964- Itchg of city, price 13,680.00. '
A. D. 1975 at Starke, Terms. Olin's Subdivision
7329dchg---- '-
615
5/15 4tp
----- 9t High and dry lots suitable for Brooker Some
i. --- Real Estate 176 acres, area.

FOR SALE:Diamond needles for., conventional and/or mobile planted pines. 1. ,L 1

.NEED TO MAKE ,SOME any stereo, over 247 different homes. Some with water. fronton ,
OUT OF TOWN REAL ESTATE-
I LABELS? Buy a Bymo Label 'ones. we have them all,. Dah COLORADO beautiful Lake. 1 to 10 acres open land. 4 Mile

maker from us at The Office mer's Discount tfchg., FOR SALE: 40 .... ; 1. -'- from Starke., Home sites only.
o'I acres, $9750 beautiful high 10. 20,40& LARGERACREAGE
Shop. :"'-----.---- > -
:"' "': r p mountain valley farming; ..TRACTS. Financing available on 1 to 2 acres mobile home'site*,

I FOR SALE:' Electric Pencil FOR SALE 1974 custom built recreational area. $96 down, some. N.W,. of Stark Terms., :1!
142 of $95. 6
payments .
with
camper over cab bed. - '

sharpener in stock -,handy 3 different for name style or Litter.ak.sa ttmrpnmt asjyi.: Fits long wheel base pick-up. percent Interest. Finance Offices and/or business or storage George Roberts Real Estate % Acr. Lot. For Rent 25" Per Mo Water aSawage \
I charge 386T. Call owner ,
kaav/M $496. Country Garage 964- spaces for rent on Call St. 964.7826 984-6693\ Furnished
office. For aria. at The Office aa*k9.fir* *! Kinynm 806-376-8690. or.
'
time
Shop,. Cas lay.. A R 7942. Itchg. any .. Itp ,' tf Call Mark Olln '.9 4-5606 HWY 00 WI'
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III 95 BHS Athletes Honored at Spring Sports Banquet 1|


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The All-Sports Club hosted Bradford's offense scored an F.3
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the annual Spring Sports Banquet average 60 points per game. r-- The most outstanding field and feels that if they can finish>..
honoring some 95 Bradford Sexton pointed out that the event man was Wayne Berry third in their first! t race that'a
I County High School team's success was due to its who recorded a 54'3 throw in they will do very well nextf(.'
t! athletes in the National Guard great team effort (the team i : the shot put to take District season. /ffiE
Armory on Thursday night, has been working together for I 1.t Champion and qualify for Members of the girls Dcbbid'S trosiicountry !! .
May 22.The the past three years), the tre- # : stale where he placed 8th. The team were
: school's athletes for all mendous rebounding ability, most outstanding distance Mitchell, Jennifer Jockelj
spring sports were recognized the overall attitude, and tre- runner. was Larry Paterson Lynn Pierce, Ruth ila/.cn.(>
.1 individually by their coaches mendous speed which allowed who was the District Champion Donna Samons, Merri Ormsjp
1 and many were presentedwith them to successfully use the in the mile. The most out bee, and Linda Richardson};:

I'' special awards for their full court press and thus builda standing sprinter award wentto "They"always save the bi-pt'
1 outstanding efforts during the great defense. Sheldon Hodge whom for last, said Coach Jerrrf
\ past season. Special awards were pre- Howard said, "Is a real leader McGriff as he jokingly inj
The event was opened by sented to four of the starting I SI y, I IY and has never had a negative traduced the boys lenni .
Joe)Hull, president of the club. players. Wayne Berry S I though in the three years thatI .team.
An invocation given by Robert received a trophy for the most have coached him." The team tied for seventh>>;.

.i Best and a chicken dinner was assists with 18 per game. The "To stay young, surround place in the District playoffs! ;
served. best defensive man was Elva yourself with youth and to finish out their' secondseason. -

While everyone, especially Hampton for the second year. Y beauty," is what Coach My
I the baseball players, indulged The sportsmanship trophy Y IfJa Howard said as he introducedthe The most outstanding
I i'
in the dinner, the coaches went to Sheldon Hodge whom y t trackettes who help keep player on the team was Mikcfe
were making last minute! Sexton had a lot to say about. score and take measurementsat McRae. Other members of the,']
preparations for their Hodge participated in state all of the home track meets. team are McCoy White, Andv
I speeches which began Imme- contests in three sports this Trackettes for this season' Crews, Randy Crews Bruce\
diately after the meal. season. He was on the state were Cheryl Boyetle, Beth Moyers Scott Tinsler, Lurr$4
(Hull first 'introduced Mrs. teams' in track, basketball, ,' Crew, Diane Crews, Sandra White Ricky Brown. Ronnie-*

II Sally Hanson, sponsor of the and was voted an all-state DeSue, Eoline Green, Vicky Norman John Samons, ana.,.*-
"most beautiful of the footballer. Hazen, Nancy Hildreth, Robin Kenny Rodrl t1 athletes," the cheerleaders. Donnie Sewell was chosenthe Hood? Beverly Meng, Sherry Before closing the event ,
I' JV cheerleaders were Intro- moust outstanding basket- These Bradford School Joe Petteway, Margaret Smith President Hull gave !>
County High athletes received Standing: Lazenby Erie Biggs Donnie Sewell, Kathy
duced by Mrs. Hansen who ball player and was praisedalmost cial recognition and honors at the spe- Locke, Freddie Bell, and Kelli Whaley. recognition to Mrs.\
annual Spring Sports Tommy Reddish Wayne Berry, Larry
Reddish and
Mrs \\
then Mrs. Therese coach Tennis Coach Melba
recognized unendingly by Banquet held last Thursday night. They are (front row, l-r): Paterson Sheldon lodge, Ruin llazen, Johnny Nichols and Prevail members of PCl'illi
of the Sexton. Sewell has been Howard next to discuss
Schlosser sponsor var- play- Willie Perry, Jackson Prevail. Malt Hull, Elva Hampton. was
I sity cheerleaders.JV ing varsity ball since the 10th Mike Crews, Ed Walls Mike Mcltae. Tommy "Wise her team that ended with an Sports Club hose I I
.
cheerleaders for the past grade, averaged 300 reboundsper Prevail' Jimmy Prevail. overall season record of 15-4 made the banquet( () !
season were Sonva Tenlv year, averaged 12 points Charlie Revel, Kevin Neel, and had one girl to compete in
captain, Kathy Taylor co- per game for his career, was Harper, Donnie Neel, Mike the most improved and 7 times and managers Lewis Brown'and the final round of the District '
captain, Angie Bryant, Diane chosen to the All-State basket- Crews, Glen DeSue, Tommy Johnny Nichols and Tommy Members of the baseball Steve Griffis. playoffs. I
Crews Tammy Kelly, Neva ball team for the second year, Edwards David Godsey,John Wise for the coaches' award. team were Matt Hull Johnny Coach Warney Adkinson Coach Howard was satisfied Tire Sale '
Flynn. and Marie Ferguson. and is known as one of the top Kilby, Kevin Meng, Jimmy As the most valuable player Nichols,' 'Tommy Reddish, Introduced the golf team that with her team and expects
Varsity cheerleaders Gloria 100 basketball players in the Clark, Dean Brown, Steve Hull batted 67 times with 31 Tommy Wise, Robert Best, placed fourth in Conferencewith much better things next year 4 Ply PolyMttr
Strickland, captain, Laura nation. As a final recognition Earnest, Joe Lazenby, hits for an average of .465. Emmett Bright, Kenny an 8-2 record and finishedthe since she is-losing only one Nor"',
Kay Thomas, co-captain, Coach Sexton presented Tommy Meng, and Billy Hull scored 20 runs, knockedin Aycox, Jay Godwin, Richard season with a 4th place. in girl.' This is only the second ".71', 121.2
Sonja Biggs, Kathy Locke, Sewell's game Jersey to his SI one. 17 RBI's and only struck out Hall, Jeff Jockel, Jackson District. year for tennis at Bradford oars Hans 'n.1
Coach Bill termed UO.9JTIEL
[Develyn Mathews, Margaret parents Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hughes "This is a great improvement 'and the program is picking up.
!Norman: Nancy Ormsbee and Berry of Starke.. understood over last year's team Debbie Mitchell played until I
manager Cindy Davis. JV basketball players for Home BurnsSTARKE that was so far down the line the final round in the District I i
Kathy Locke was awarded atrophy this season were Robert Best, letics. Epps that we won't talk about it," tournament and Is the gra- BELTED RADIALS
as the outstanding Laverne Marks Kenny "Unlike TV wrestling, wedon't said Coach Adkinson. duating senior. Ruth llazen
cheerleader of the year by Aycox. Keith Carter, Jay Godwin have 'Hero Matsuto, arrival on the scene. Outstanding golfer for' the was honored as the most out- OR.7I'. ItS.37 .
don't hit the .- The home of HM-71'1 ...
we anyone over was Ed Watts who .2Q :
Mrs./ Schlosser. Terrell year
Green, Charles standing girl on the tennis
Fire Chief Green and i
Harry JR-71'l
Next Lake the head with chains, we don'tthrow Billy G. Epps, located east of received this trophy for the "/9.49
to stand was Revel, Freddie Aldridge, his volunteers brought the team.
Starke off State '
the Road
just 230
Coach Reddy Cox of the JV Jerome Bass, Ken Hampton anyone over ring flames under control within second year. Other members of the girls GLASS BELTED
ropes..in fact we don't even (Call Street), was heavily Other members of the golf POI.YESTER4tFars
basketball team. Cox intro Billy Ricks, and manager- minutes after their arrival. team were Jennifer Jockel.
duced and talked about his Roderick Heastie. Varsity have ring ropes. damaged by fire early Friday The flames confined to team were Donnie Kelly, Danette Rodrique, Ann Allen .1'
The team went 23. were 132 II
team and then opened the were James Aldridge wrestling 6-6 morning. May David Gaines, Matt Herres Loretta Hand Lynn Pierce Oars
cagers the south half of the home but '33 99
floor for Coach Mike Sexton of Reggie Green, Elva Hampton for the season and placed The home was unoccupiedat not until the roof had caved in. Bobby Patterson, Lee Casey Darla Christopher, Pam H-rrt 131." .
third in Sun Conference the time the blaze
Big was and Wade Winkler who
the varsity basketball team. Sheldon Hodge, Donnie The south portion of the roof Tucker, Susan Sapp. Merri
Coach Sexton was filled with Sewell Milton Baker, Wayne competition. reported. Mr. and Mrs. Epps the received a letter jacket for his Ormsbee, Christie Reddingand
destroyed as
were
praise for the team which isby Berry, Willis Berry, Emmett Wrestling is in the beginning were visiting relatives in was contents in the south portion of first year as a letterman Donna Samons.: Thomas OilCompany
Bradford and Tennessee and Arkansas.The .
far one of the best ever at Bright, Darrell Moody, Alfred stages at was the home. Coach Grover Howard then Mrs.' Howard also intro- '
very pleasing to Coach early morning fire was look the floor to talk about his
Bradford High."Bradford Ross, manager Terry The walls of the brick home duced the girl's cross country j| ,
Hughes. The had six about
team 4
: reported a.m. by a and track
cross-country
School basketball
High Saucer, and scorekeeper Al members to in who are still intact as well as the team that got together and ran
is known throughoutthe Anderson. qualify the newspaper deliveryman teams. only once that was for the District 964-2" 103 S.Wdnut SI
north side of the ,
roof the
Conference meet and two in noticed the smoke and blazeas on Stark, **
stale, said coach Sexton. Coach David Hurse Intro- house.Some of the furniture in "While working out for the meet'in which they Florida 'i.
The the District. he was making his rounds. cross country season these .
basketball
duced the
team'simpressive weightlifting team placed third. Coach Howard
the north portion of the home PRICE INCLUDES ALL
22.4 record included which placed fourth in state Joe Lazenby was awarded The home's complete the boys run anywhere from 6 to plans to have such a team for TAXES AND MOUNTINO 1
the Big Sun Conference this season. three of the team's special destruction was prevented by was undamaged by miles a day..they should be the entire season next year II
flames. y
awards for outstanding the rapid of the if for .
championship won for the "the weightlifting response recognized, nothing else
program achievements. He recordedthe Bradford County VolunteerFire Chief Green said the originof for hard work stated II A
their ,
second straight year, the Dis- at Bradford is one of the oldestin -------------------------------
quickest pin, had the most Department, which had the fire was unknown and is
trict Howard. DAYCARE
5
which the
championship state said Coach
they have taken for three consecutive Hurse who started the pins, and won the most the flames under control presumed to be totally acci "As far as the season G ,II,
pro- matches. Lazenby placed first within half an hour after dental. A state fire marshal! it didn't far CENTER 3
years and numerous gram back in the sixties. The goes..well, go ,
Conference records for the 148 pound class in Dis- has made an inspection of the Howard said, "But the key to !
team
newly placed 5th in the Confer- his FROM ARM BABIES
established.The ence before competing in the trict competition and was the Paid premises but damage cross country and track is not
$2,691
team is known as the state contests. first wrestler from this area to estimate had not been made the season record but startingout TO SCHOOL AGE
in the known as of yesterday.The .
best defensive team in the Mike Crews was recognizedas compete State meet.A with a pace and improvingas
conference the best rebounding the outstanding lifter of the special award of a dozen For Cans ByReynolds assessed value of the the season goes on until the .CONSTANT CARE
team in the conference, year. Crews went undefeated shrimp was given to Willie home is $45,000. end and the State qualifying : 2 BALANCED SNACKS
hits the best on-lost. record in the 148 pound class on his Perry for personal reasons meets."
explained by Coach Hughes. Unit NOW OPEN 7OO: A-M. TO 4:30: P.M. -
and is the least scored upon way to becoming the State Most outstanding cross (
team in (he conference. Champion for that class. Hughes also presented an Brooker4HClub country runner was Kirk Hun- REASONABLE RATES
Opponents averaged only Members of the weightlifting award to his wife for help all STARKE Citizens of the singer who qualified for State
19.5 points on Bradford and I team were Donnie Anderson season as scorekeeper Gary Starke -received $2,691.90from FormedThe by finishing 4th in the District. WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE
Matched 43 rebounds taken. i Antha Duhart David Dailey received the coache'saward area Coach Howard got so excited -
another special trophy mobile Reynolds aluminum Aluminum s Brooker 4-H Club was while going over the past THEI.R PROBLEMS'A(
presented to the team. recyclingunit reorganized on May 15, when track season that he was
Save Now: $4 00 Members of the wrestling The last unit r. onlh.collected 17,946 approximately 70 people were almost jumping up and down Greater Bethlehem FreeWill \ %'t
OFF '
team were Gary Dailey, .
pounds of aluminum, the present and 57 young people praising the team. His lauding Baptist Church
Edwards Carl
Tommy ,
went until he announcedthe
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Hamm, Scott Pooser, Willie equivalent of 412,758 all-alu 964:5136: A
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Lowell Parrish in the Bradford Schedule:
The Transaxle beverages consumed in all-
duced his baseball team that
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LHDE-1 26-26' Cut Electric Start 7 H P. $679 95 ended 10-13 with that an almost overall doubles recordof Paul S. Hayden Reynolds or Don McDavid in Bradford-Union Area Vocational-Technical Center Class Will
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