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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 11, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The last time(1968) it was 16 Inches of rain In a four day long" to hold this Intact. cafeteria until the planks started floating away. The play to rise until Sunday when the water almost reaehedvtte\, -
period thia time it was a inches In five day, but the bulk The Handy .on SR-loo(south) at Griffift Loop ground area at Uw school became a lake and water Sampson Trestle graded road.Ftelflng was reported Mr. *
of it came Thursday, May 4, when 8.5 irlchelleU In Starke was trapped In a triangle between two highways/ and a flowed across the BUS track and part of the football practice good, however, due to the nigh rose as fM f1 wsteM .4 I
during a i2-hourperiod, testing the ability of a widenedand railroad spur with water flowing in from all dfrcelkm*;'bid area Into the building used by Vo-Tech *,,*}es radio insects washed up at the lake expanded Inttftn* ,
deepened Alligator Creek to divert disaster, m) outlet. The store was closed for several hours when and TV repair clau. woods. X < f '
No homes were evacuated: aa they were in 88, but water reached a depth of three Inches Inside.Damseo was t Water entered' several' houses on CoUey Road and also The Bradford Square shopping eentefL!just north of AHI-, I
streets were flooded-some closed to traffic at least one held to a minimum when merchandise was moved from 1 the new houtlea on the north side of a road between South- gator Creek on U.S.Sol stood Its first flood test well with
business was forced to close for several hours and water lower ssetlgas but water seepage ruined several thousand side Elementary School and SR-ioo. little water In the parking area at noon Thursday. ,
Stood two feet deep in the sunken living room of a new ; i i DItches at !the east end of Southgate Subdivision'ove,- Drainage from the center's run-off however. created 5
home under construction In County Club Estates. County Road Foreman Leon Ellington reported water I., flowed and rose! to one loot In the haw lacing the creek vast lake between the creek and the Spoke Armory*
Alligator Creek draining the area on the western slope damage to county<< graded roads as the worst since 1988 ',a :owned by Barbara Gloria damaging tile and also carpets Water was within inches of the city'a sewage treatment.
of Trail Ridge spilled over Into the Starke Golf and and continued rains since the flash flood have interferewith w the home of James W.Qulette on Southaate Drive. plant .
Country Club f inundating, an area to the Jay Carver home repair operations. Ellington said few families were I. U.S. 301 In front of the high school was a virtual seat as l
on SR230. stranded however, and most were able to get out from On Ferguson Road west of Lawtey the county had just usual and Pratt Street from the intersection to the county x I
Tributary streahi Into the creek reversed their flow in their homes by last Thursday .' replaced an aging wooden bridge with a culvert made jail was flooded Water damaged carpets in the Robert < '
this area, running backward due to the back-up waters [from a railroad tanker car The new structure failed to Green home and flowed through the Floriland Realty! t I
from the creek. The overflow put an extra foot of water A ditch had M be cut through Butler Road to sorest.' f handle water rushing toward Water Oak swamp and office In the same area. \ '
Into a private swimming/ pool on Coif View Road, which quicker escape to water that was threatening Pine 'I r overflowed the road for a distance of 100 yards Water was 1
was also flooded and closed to traffic. Apartments on SR-100 (west), located In an area that receives 4: over Ferguson Road in four places. \
The DuPont Company reported" inches 01 rain at Its discharge: water from U.S. 301 on its way, to Alligator Crosby Lake rose around 7 Inches but surface water WATER. ' 1'1'I
Trail Ridge plant within a two-hour period Thursday and Creek, and drainage from the highway and ditches washed out. more .. :' "' :
more than 1:1: million gallons 01 water Rowed througfn the "The culvert wouldn't take it all, but we managed to t tnt Paulk road In four places, forcing the closing<< of the ,t" ,1
mine's dratnajM structures Into Alligator Creek In a 12- keep the water out of the apartments," Ellington said. road for three days. ', 4 1PiY I
hour period. The company reported no major damage water ran through classrooms at Starke Elementary i Sampson Lake at the end of the chain receiving water'from BO. : t;
however, although,workers were "fighting water all day School and barefoot students had to walk planks to the.' Alligator Creek, rose about three feet and continued ] UBKARV Pane --1' { / ,. :

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Thursday's rain caused at least two ,
accidents but ,no serious Injuries
were reported by Starke police and Although a favorable answer on pensive finishes, elimination of car-
the Florida Highway Patrol. The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven bank financing for a new Starke city petlng. less, plumbing and shelving..
Mary Westberry, of Georgia, was hall has arrived, bid openings, have Morgan said the city had originally
charged with driving In the wrong Two Sections: 1SCeats been delayed until Tuesday June 6, to planned to spend about $30 a square
side of the road Thursday morning Section At 1A-1JA Wth Year STARKE. FLORIDA allow contractors time to reword the loot, but costs were higher
after she drove to the left side of SR. Section Bl 1B-1ZB 43rd Issue Thursday May 11. 1978 Cnpy scaled down plans. necessitating ;the reduced size and ,
100 to avoid water.and collided with Architect Don Morgan met Tuesday trimmings. He told. the contractorsthe I
Margaret Bass of Starke. FHP esti- afternoon with five general con- city was looking'se building costs
mated$1,100 damage to both vehicles. tractors,subcontractors and building not to exceed *200.ooo\
committee' chairman Charles Schaefer told the contractors to
Henry Markwell. Ohio shored one Schaefer togo over a reduced size city keep In mind there was'too federal '
Clay Electric utility pole off at the : .j2 hall. money involved and the project wouldbe
ground and sideswiped another when Morgan told the contractors the city financed by strictly local fihtds. He
his tractor-trailer suffered a blow-out had to "reduce !he'scope-' of the added an for a (iUQ.ooo
on SR-100 just west of Starke Monday.The project" feet from. the loan from application has beeirap--
blow-out caused his vehicle to original T.200 square foot bid. proved so contractors would have no
leave ,the road and collide..with the difficulty with their bondingV ,
but Markwell 'received no Injuries ', deleted from the city half plans was companies. X,
and was not charged with the the' police department, with accompanying Included In the bid openings will be I
early-morning accident according to equipment, which Is to behoused an alternate to Include i furnishings '" '... '
nIP. reports. later In a separate building. and an alternate for 7,200 square feet
Rain caused an accident at the Gone also are all the "embellish with the area designated for the police
Intersection 'of US-301 and SR-100 ments" said Morgan. Headded: different department with only a roof and slab
Investigated by the Starke Police lighting would be,used, less ex. flooring.
Department at 9-45: a.m. Thursday.
Police reported Judith Taylor Davis /ROAD e' .
1 of Jacksonville had come through: Constitution Revision Proposals
" water about 12 Inches deep when the
\ brakes on her ,vehicle faded The t1 S. r tr 'I
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Sheriffs Davis vehicle Department struck a vehicle Clay County driven Condensed. into. ,;Package 8 n

by Bruce Adams Robertson In the left

side. Police estimated, damage to the .Floridians. in addition to a lengthy Investment of state fund l*. Issuance of
Davit vehicle at $150 and $3,000 to ballot in November;will be voting on bonds and disposition of state land; I
Robertson's 1978 Plymouth. 'yy1 'eight proposals submitted by the 37-
Starke police charged Eunice member Constitution Revision REVISION NO. 1'
Snowden Resmondo of Starke with Commission.! Abolition of the elective, three 'r
violation of right-of-way and Paola b The Revision Commission Friday member public service\ commission. "
,,' Ferri of New York ,with 'exceedingsafe May &,,certifiedpackage! 81 ;.. to be replaced .try a, QV+.1f.eM.ttR tjpy' r
.. speed in an llliO-ajru. Friday* T pn n.'io tne.voters. 1 ih a :.0.hoasd I\ppoIW4I'I\bl) the g f1'ftC1r IrOOt wer '.
__.....,//Many 6.o.eclaet.wxv.Nrw. .ee ... ,general oteetlon>wsargtrMU' .,..n Pit dk jt/fr..Jla/: ),aubmUtftll"i.iJmWt/q"/ "", ,)r,
. The Rc.smondo: vehicle was northbound The' eight proposals ere. ;<,,", ..+- ".-commission.' 'I -t:, ,
from a stopped position on N,
t Walnut Street at 5 mph police reported REVISION NO.I: REVISION NO.4
i The Ferri vehicle with five 0 s ; A catch-all revision encompassing Extension of the merit selection and \r
passengers was westbound 40 mph 4 dozens of changes, both major and retention plan to circuit and countv '
1 on SR-16 when.it was struck In the left minor. Items expected! to be judges. The plan, already In effect for
rear. controversial include automatic full appellate judges, provides for
PoUce reported no Injuries and $100 4 : Immunity for persons testifying appointment of judges by the
damage to the Resmondo vehicle and before grand juries, the right to havean governor and public votes on their I
$75 to the Ferri vehicle.An attorney accompany witnesses retention or rejection every six years,
unoccupied vehicle owned by L14r before grand juries a potentially
Tillmon ,Richardson of Starke was sweeping right of citizens to'be free of REVISION NO. 7
parked in the driveway of 327 Water "governmental Intrusion" in their An omnibus revision of the taxation
Street when it rolled out into the street private lives, open government' section containing permission for the
and was struck by a vehicle driven by provisions subject to limitation by law homestead exemption to be Increased
Lanny Dean ,Starling; !of San Mateo. or judicial rule an autonomous Board as the cost of living rises exempting
of Regents waiver of the states publicly owned lands leased to private
r "sovereign immunity" against being l ''Interests from being taxed.
sued for damages a department of exempting the appreciation of
health headed by a physician, a property prior to 1971 from the
prohibition against statewide corporate Income tax authorizing
executive branch officials from revenue bonds for housing, and
serving more than two consecutive permitting tax abatement and tax
terms and authorization for the House Increment Incentives. for redevlop-
and Senate to remove their presiding ment of slums.
officers by majority vote:
REVISION NO.
REVISION NO. Creation of a state board of
f MsY 1L12,13 !4- A guarantee that no person will be education appointed by the (governor
deprived 01 -"any right" because of which would be responsible for
'sex. managing and coordinating the states
UCI Flower Show public education system. If the
See Article REVISION NO.3 elective cabinet Is abolished the
Creation of a special nonpartisan commissioner of education would be
May 12. 13 commission to reapportion the appointed by the board
I,' legislature and congressional The 37-member panel composed of
,;,; Rummage Sale districts and requiring that legislatorsbe Attorney General Robert Shevtn. 19
Eagle DeVane elected from single-member members selected by the governor,
i')', on Call St.Sponsored ., districts. nine members selected by the speakerof
by the house of representatives and
? Gatorlsnd CB Club ; REVISION NO.4 nine members selected by the
Abolition of the elective state president of the senate and three
: Saturday,May 11 Water Water Everywhere.. I cabinet and 'a provision that the members selected by the chief justice
J ,, 'governor act jointly, with an officer to of the supreme court began as a
;. Danc.lp.m.-12130o.m. be designated by law In the deliberative body last July.
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'*jf uy'"! Featuring Little Sponsored. Women Dance by .,.'y'v Personal. Involvement Needed to Improve. Lawtey- Hampton Water'VoteRegistration

if Contest Personal citizens of residents. A common bond is needed skill necessary A skills bank would 'I
"\Ii Monday May 15 the Lawtey involvement to achieve ,among local organizations city make people and jobs accessible and Deadline Is
'a better economic, cultural and government officials, and community extra work would necessarily give a Friday
/ political environment concluded a residents. lift to the economic status'also, since ,

'If',, BC School Board small group of local residents duringa In the arena of politics. It was reasonable the fees would be charged by Hampton voters not already registered The total cost would be 1276.400. The
1 'p.m. Town Meeting work session decided many times governmentalmoney persons working who want to vote on the water estimated water bill for 133 users was
night May 4. may be available for civic A local strawberry festival would bea
Thursday system referendum Tuesday, June 13, estimated at $10.90.
j Land Use Hearing Town Meeting was Initiated in the projects but endless red tape and 'reason" for community interest have until tomorrow (Friday May 12)
for Spring of 1975 as a program designedto political strings make obtaining funds and getting together. Since Lawtey is at 9 p.m. to register.
bring together the residents of a ,formidable. the primary strawberryarea
Bradford County
.. Brooken Lawtey ,', : (,community for a day of planning It The cultural concerns centered this festival would promote Olin Resins fromDemocratic
The with fire and
;. was' adopted by the American around,'existing barriers .such as civic pride and Interest through a system protection ,
A Hampton
all through the
I ) :Revolution Bicentennial Admlnistra religion'race economic status. The citizen's committee newsletters and water city limits plus
7p.m. 0,
r fire for the schools outside Post
protection
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BC Courthouse r lion under the name Town Meeting' participants agreed these barriers meetings. .
'78 Lawtey was chosen as one of the could be lessened considerably by Some of the workshop participants the limits including a new well and -

r The 11 residents attending the together. these suggestions and hopefully see .averagemonthly County School Board District
l r I meeting were asked by workshop To unify'the people of the area and that some action will be taken on would be water 116.40 bill for without ISO connection One. has announced his resignation as
a $5,000
leaders Don Hinkelman and William achieve community Inter.ction.poaUlve citizen awareness.Police .
;. Starke Council subsidy. With a subsidy tile monthly chairman of the Bradford Count
\ 7p.m.Spring .' Gooch to list past accomplishments! of aspects should be Investigate bill would be about $13.60. Democratic Executive Committee "in 1
"'. Lawtey. the community's hopes and emphasized said the participants: water order to devote my full time tot
r Sports dreams for the future and present This could be accomplished, for Burglaries conduct of an active campaign this
t.
Banquet problems facing the area. example through'a "skills bank" Total cost of the system without fire Important school post" in the
7p.m.Starke The visions and concerns were then 'made up of residents la the area an Starke police are continuing an protection which Includes smaller Democratic primaries,
Elem.Cat.4UOMIII broken down into three categories: idea considered was a local Investigation of two weekend water lines was estimated at$405,000. Olin said he would remain as a
economic cultural and political. strawberry festival Lawtey. burglaries. The estimated monthly water bill for member of the committee because ofUs i
c--: .J Working in teams of four each group Personal involvement would be 'The Bradford County School bus 150 customers Is .4.30 without subsidy great Interest In the party whic
was assigned one ,of the topics of :stressed through."skills. bank" a barn was broken Into sometime over and> 11.80 with the city's subsidy, he has served in various capacities
mlJt a IInmmunity! concern. Their assignment was I to roster compiled of residents willing to the weekend with an undetermined f during his long career In education.
come up with a challenge statement of babysit do tractor'work; form clean amount of tools reported missing. Vice Chairman Lillian Pearson will '
etat .ank why these conditions exist. up crews for vacant lots provide An inventory at items ,missing at The minimum proposal would use fill the chairmanship urn the regular '
t Too little employment one of transportation construction work. Johnson's Feed Store wss still being the existing well but included a new meeting of the conunittosv: .
the main problems of Law ley's repair'work. etc. From time to time conducted after a break in between pump hydropneumatlc tank and lines
T."H_w 'Minn" U. 1 r economic situation and apathy in everyone needs work done for which Saturday evening. and Monday no larger than four Inches.

tmtntl Oontt immtM C.r..; citizen, Involvement, said ,the ,don't have, proper enuiDment,, or the morning
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Mary Douglas To Preset nt Recital
Organ Maycomplete

Mrs.Jan Douglas the former Mary the requirements fo be fJ flJodat.YJ: (7fYlte I
I Bollinger, will present a organ recital Master of Music Degree In Organ < Monday. May 15. at 8:15: p.m. at the performance at the Florida State
First Baptist Church. university where she studies with '
The program will Include: works by Michael !Conine. While In Starke she JJ" moot Soct.t dory 964-7608 $ I

Gullain, Bach Duster and Dupre. studied {With area music teachers _.._._. ._ ,
Mrs. Douglas is a graduate of Louise :Stern, Mona Canova and InezFelgert. -

Carey Bradford C,High"ge. School In Juno and she William will,. The .will' to Invited to attend, a I rJunlorWoman's Club Installation Banquet Saturday Night !

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nursery be provided.Dr. .
Wedding' Couple and Mrs Jan Douglas of The Junior Woman' Club of Stark
Hattlesburg, Miss., will spend held Its annual Ins tall*lion.,Banqueton
Given Bachelor Saturday to Tuesday with her Saturday. May 6,at the Starke Golf
parents Dr. and Mrs. IIC. Bollinger, and Country Club
Party Apr. 15 Thirty-six persons attended, the
steak dinner prepared by Mr. Herb '
Mis Terri Dyal and Larry Mrs. Robert E. Allen, Jr. and Herres and staff Table were S. ,
Paterson whose marriage was an father- law. Robert E. Alien Sr. returned centered with roses, babies. breath, r
event of April 20. were given a surprlHe Thursday from a two weeks status and ferns.
bachelor bachelorette party on trip visiting friends and relatives in The head table was occupied by Mr : ..
April 15 at the young couple's home on NW Florida Mississippi, Louisiana w.Mary and Mrs. Jerry Wilson, Mr. and Mr*. wS
Brownlee Road by the members of and Texas. _..... r-_\ J.C Dukes Mrs. Robert Hall and Ms. '
their wedding party.Approximately. "' -" Sharon Hyres. S I
close friends of The President,Chris Wilson,briefly
the couple were Invited to arrive at --MOTHER'S DAY CORSAGES S, ran through the 26 protects the club'completed
7::30 in time for a patio dinner with a PLANTS ROSTERS GARDEN l this year, which Included 4, j
party. following .1 CENTER, phone t44-4114. the cottage the Juniors sponsored at t
Sunland Training Center, the IndIentChildren'
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i'or4IHore Beautiful You On Santa Breakfast with Party Santa,with the'

Emergency ,Dental Clinic: for the : JL
underprivileged children a Thanks ------j
giving Basket for a local needy' _
family fashion shows, luncheon
dinners dances the the Strawberry: tniirrrs InnUlled' 'at leader Women's Club annual banquet Saturday May f,
i Queen Pageant, Haunted House are (I to r>i Mrs. Jerry Wilson, president; Mrs. J.C. Duke, first vice--
donations of tune, money, efforts, president Mrs. Robert
Hall, second vice-president; Sharon Hyre. secretary
Sue is Introducing the "Unlperm Acid Wave" with its low P.H. Douglas etc., to Division of Youth Services: Mrs. William Abrams treasurer.to .
Balance It gives you a Natural looking, longer lasting style with Its luekemia victims Special Olympics,
the T.M.R.'s the Starke Nursing Mr.Sanders,who even though not a bowls as their awards for President's
it feels and keeps hair so healthy
Conditioning your
Superb Mrs Marc Jackson and children'and Home ,the Veteran's Hospital In member's husband really) helped the Choice.
looking. Mrs.. Emma Rene Weaver spent'! Gainesville, the .Walk-A-Thon the club's endeavors with his time and The "Rookie of the Year" award '
Now for a limited time only $20.00. Saturday in Williston.' Mrs. Jackson, National Child Safety Council, books counseling knowledge and serene given to the new member who has
For the Ultimatt In Unisex Nair Stytity. A Most Modern Hair Salon visited her parents, Mr and Mrs.: to the library, dessert and beveragesto patience when his office was Invaded participated and given the most' of ,
,
II E Smith and Mrs. Weaver visited went
the Alachua County YouthOrchestra herself during her first year to
Area. with upset members and Irate Straw
with Ample Parking Mrs. L,A. Robinson
along with providing an berry Queen Contestants and their Becky Roberta "Clubwoman of the
Lett's Of extra bus for transportation. mothers Year." a coveted award presented to
Beauty Mr. and Mrs Maxie Carter Jr. and Awards were given as follows: All officers and members holding a the club member who has given of
SR325 Hampton, Fla. son, Brad spent the weekend with "Good Egg" awards went to RichardW. chairmanship each received silver herself above and beyond the call of
Call 8.. for appointments at'468-1197 their son, Keith Carter at FSU. They .Roberts,Curtis Sanders and Maxie charms. There were two President's duty the gal who works shoulder to
I : attended the Intersquad FSU and. Norton, Jr., for their efforts as Choice awards this year. Both shoulder with all of the other
seminoles football game. members husbands and for their Carolyn Autry and Sharon Hyres members and pitches In to help
special support time'and 'especially received silver charms and silver whereever she may be needed without
,a moments hesitation went to Joan
Hall. As this year's outstanding club: '
member as Joan was presented as the '
new "Clubwoman of the Year." Both !
the clubwoman of the year and the.
rookie of the year award recipientsare
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; 3 voted on by the club members.
I ...I IVIOIVl'STHE ? 11t' Following the presentation of tJJe'' I
{! awards Mrs. Lu Sanders president of
p the Woman's Club of Starke did the
honors of Installing the officers for the
1978-1979 club year. All officers are
nominated by the Nominating
I Committee and presented to the
v members of the club to be voted on
A GIFT Officers terms are for one year but '
not to exceed two years consecutive.The .
WITH MEANiNC, new years officers. were voted on
and will remain the same. They are-:
ITFATFST" S $ S' Many local en..... and oraftaman haw placad Shut' President Chris Wilson. First Vice- '
work with ui Wa haw pottery oil, aoryllc, and President Judy Dukes. Second' Vice--
watareotor(Minting, Custom made furniture ind President Joan Hall. Secretary
tamp,micron belt and plant ;hangars, jaw. .airy. ..ndan Sharon Hyres and Treasurer Andrea
aaaortmant of other hand made gilt Ham*. A bra me.
') 11 11Jl A special thanks and gift went to
?1 Y'tkt : Mrs.: George Roberts. Senior club
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sponsor for the past
dUbJear'ho
.Jo- b. r71 l L. t j3 hv Things gave support ideas,
i Perfect For Mom flower arrangements to the wirlous
;ht'tWh'- :::;...c jL UIIIL .-r! By Hand, .. .. ', ?, ,.)', projects. Maxie, Norton!' one !of pur '
r- 3 -.A:: '' t KCo5d recipntl\ : .III 'recei.vild.fI't ,J
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fH'iC U/kr.ti/ and extra long hours hi put %
mention his technical knowlectjl'

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.''' Mr*. Prank Cogdell of North AWe MIA Kelly of Ctowteton was
'I" ;_ John radleysC\ |ebrate 25th bore Mas to visiting her parents, last Tuesday overnight guest of Mr. 'JI
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,' ', 4i Wording Anniversary May 7 II ".,.

Mr. and Mra. John L. Bradley, ST.. OFFICIAL INDY
of Kingsley Late were honored on '
their 25th wedding anniversary ; ', :if : t;. : I Ij
II Sunday May 7,with reception the I is
First Baptist Church Fellowship Hallglvenf ", "SOO"PACE CAR,
by their children, John .L ,I
Bradley Jr., of Starke and ..... ,
Melanie B. Water of Mlddleburg.
Mr. and Mrs.Bradley were married j
May 9, 1963. at Ralford Baptist
V'r Church.Mr. Bradley Is the son of Mra, I
5. y, J.M.Bradley and the late Mr. Bradley II
7I1E of Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Bradley the ,'\.'; ': : ,I
former Evelyn Warren daughter of
the late Me. and ac.... J.E. Warren of :
Lawtey. y
The fellowship hall was festive for t
.the occasion -arrangements of ,
mint green and string flowers j
ait 'placed at advantage. points. Mr. ..ndMrs.
1 on, display..Bradley's wedding pictures were 4ja.

Greeting guests at the door was
.. Leonard V Moore who "
presented,them to the receiving Una I
composed of the honorer and their r
;
children.
Miss Lynne Warren Jacksonville,
) .! ,*' 1, Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Wood kept the guest book. Mra. Warren .
L, Bradley I
t .... Ebllng and. Mra. Reggls Underhillassisted silo Mrs John ,
MaryTaylorand Frankie Wood In caring for,the guests. centered with a three tiered cake
The cake table was covered with a decorated with Illy of the valley and r
white satin and lace cloth and topped with wedding belli. Silver
Wed April21 At Home Ceremony i trays held nuts and mints and burning {,
Ice Cream Social white tapers In tall silver candelabras f
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Taylor assisting with serving; were Mrs. enhanced the table. Cutting and ,
announce the marriage of their Robert Cason Mra.Cecil Wilson. M... Talent Night serving the cake were Mrs. Gerald 1 j
daughter Mary Lousle to Frankie Drew Sweat and Mrs. Rose Padgett. Crawford and Mrs. B.J. Jacobsen. II<
Edward Wood of Jacksonville, the Miss Joanie Harvey kept the bride's H.IdbyMothodists. The punch table was covered with a You Have Read About The Limited Version Of The Pace Car "
son of Mr. James Wood and Mrs. book. ( white satin cloth with mint green and
Nathaniel Bentley of Cave Springs, Mr. and Mra. Wood will reside in The First. United Methodist Church white carnations and fern encircling C'mon in and see our Pacesetter Deals :
Georgia. The Impressive double ring Jacksonville following their wedding sponsored family night Ice cream the punch bowl. Mrs.,Kenneth Mott. And How Scarce They Are Well Here Is Your Chance !
ceremony was performed In the homeof trip to the Smokey Mountlana. social and'' talent. night Sunday served punch to the guests.
the bride's parents, Friday April :evening May 7. Out of town guests were Re*. and To See Mac Baldwin's Own Car At Baldwin Chevrolet. Olds'Sooner.
21. at seven o'clock. The Reverend r The program began with homemade Mrs. J.C. Jones of Green Cove :Or Later Your Favorite Dealer
Hugh Walters pastor of First Baptist Ice cream and cookies: which Springs.. Mrs. Nell Dearborn Mr. and
Church Ballard officiated. everyone Mrs.J.M. Bradley Mr.and Mrs.J.M.
The marriage vows were solemlzed: Rev:Don Mon was the master of Warren Mr. and Mrs. RC. Bradley
before a simulated alter centered witha ceremonies for the talent program Mr. and Mrs. V.N. Geiger Mr. and
tall basket of white mums,glade and which began with Christy Johns Mrs. V.H. Appleby, Mr. ''and Mrs. BQUI _
yellow and white daisies and playing a piano solo of "Skaters Robert M. Phillips Mr. Tom Mains of
illuminated by lighted apes In Waltz'!! and then accompanying Vlcke Jacksonville. Mrs. Jack Bozard and
graduated candelabras. Crockrell who sang"You. Light Up My son, David, Miss Allyne Bozard of =4 7'a ,
Nuptial music was rendered by Ufe". : Columbia S.C., and Mr and Mrs. Tat son Mae 9d, rrro 4 ,
Mrs. John Green Sapp, pianist Miss Vicki Carver Kelll Carver and Lee Bradley Geiger and son Jimmy of _
Lisa Mooningham, Midst, aanjland Ann Flynn' accompanied, by Joey Merritt Island. Mrs and Mrs Jack STARKE, FLORIDA
played "The Wedding Song. The Herres on the piano sang and dancedto Bradley and daughter Jill of Orlando.
bride's brother Robert E. Taylor,Jr., "Don't Go Breaking My Heart", Mr: and Mrs. Steve Stevenson ofMelrose.
,sang and played "God Made Love. Other piano solos were Allison ) .
James T. Wood of Lawtey, brother Denmark playing "Blue Cowboy and
of the groom,served as best man.The Faires Harp' and Terri Smith.
only usher was James demons of Next on the program was Shawn
Starke. Schmitt singing "Lonesome Valley" 1 nth is her dayWhirlpool
Mra. Charlene Crews sister of the accompanied by his mother, Verna May
bride served as matron of honor and Schmitt on the piano. Calla'Dirk and I a n '
Mrs. Kathy demons served as Todd Schmitt accompanied by their / J
bridesmaid. They wore floor length El mother on the piano,then sang for the
gowns of yellow whipped cream silk group. .
lined with taffeta. The matron of Marie Ferguson M.... Lavon Drives directed the h i
honor carried a bouquet of white Buddy Reddish chancel choir singing "Would You" l f
daisies with six yellow rosebuds. The ,'./ and"My Jesus Love Thee",followed APPLIANCE '
( '.bridesmaid carried bouquet of white' Marie Ferguson .by M.... Drives singing"You Light Up /
, and yellow daises. My ;
, The bride was given In marriage by Buddy.Reddish The evening was topped off by Jim VALUES FIT
! her father. She was attired in a full Ritch: playing a medley of'oldies but. ilit
length satin gown with long camelot ToWedJune30 goodies" on.the ukelele>tand piano. ; \'
sleeves, fitted at the wrist with a The entire program was t
ruffle trimmed with lace. The gown Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Ferguson under the 'direction of the Family FORQUEEN.t
,I. featured a high neckline with princess: announce the engagement and >Coordinator for the Church. Mra

style 1 skirt d which:: Het'terminated, : In "'a.: approaching, marriage of their-.,-TevihnWhWieW ., -and_. Mr. S. S"I 1 ,,
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ChaPf top Marie, IdMarihnvanMBuddy > '
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'tlar'll chantllly Il lace d ,:.-r..na was ,one: which ed''w thebride' tit' Griffis,>all R"'dlflh.son of Starke. ..RvPtIIIt Sonya.en, : : ;y S. ,.,"' ,...; 'S "'I'o.
Miss Fertuson is a 1978 graduate
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Reddish is 1971 graduate,
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carried a bouquet of yellow roses both from Bradford High School. Mis Sonya Tenly June 3 bride- 30-60-90 lal'l;
with bridal wreath and at bridal shower Model SDF-5000
interspersed The wedding Is planned to be on elect, was honored a
daisies. Saturday night given by Mrs. Joe s 3 automatic cycles (Super
June 30 at 7 p.m. in the home of thebridetobe. Also Terms'Scour
A reception was held Immediately Cissy and Mrs. Frank Mitchell: the ;Super Wash;Short)
following the ceremony. The bride's Invitedto home of the latter in Green Acres. 'j
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table was covered with a floor length of roses
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cake placed at one end of the table points In the party rooms and on the s dispenser
was crowned with wedding bells. Mra.! W.H. Hart spent the weekend refreshment table.: Pushbutton cycle selection
Punch was served from a crystal with Mr.amd Mra. Mike May and son, The hostesses presented the
punch bowl at the opposite end of the Kevin In Oca la.Methodist honoree with a rose corsage and a Reversible solid wood ONLYLimited
table. Miss Paula Dobbs and Miss piece of her chosen china pattern as, a worktop
Hope Barrington cut the wedding Women's Sunday school memento of the occasion. ; r s 2 revolving spray arms plus
cake. class celebrated Mrs. Rex Anderaon'sbirthday Among those attending.were Mra.Sonny Jet Stream Column
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ifctt" It was a lot of water that fell hem wlllwansaa.r., -- Phone H42M EitctuleBZOt *

Caveat last week, but It couldn't compare, \
Emptor with the four-day flood that brought I ...".
Inches of rain and almost washed II I
Bradford County Into the Santa ..1't, Unusual weather continue to be a
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iI. our area
major concern among
River in 1968.
.OJ 11 H have been
farmer Even though we
If l lesson may be learned could consult the flood plain map
any i fortunate in not having damaging
Civil Defense volunteers evacuated I
from j lastweek's flash flood it on display in the County Zoning 54lamUlesmany by boat -during yqU\ ; tornados or wind damage to our

might bathe< old one of "caveat Office, which although not en- that eventful period and damage to I ).....IITnW1' homes barn and equipment, wind and

emptor1' -let,the buyer beware tirely accurate does show flood the county: was estimated at from I __ II water damage to many of our spring
around Sampson $150.000 to $200.000. C ) crop hat been widespread.
and let the1 builder look for the prone areas

high water,',fiiark before :starting Lake Alligator Creek Santa Fe A low area that hovered Heavy rain last week and over the
pressure weekend has destroyed several! acres
River and New River. Althoughnot
construction.: over the state for several days loosed
and other
it of( cucumber- vegetables.
shown on the map swamps millions of gallons of water to rush
like being
dti MY Other corn are
Thetemptation is for the and ponds, and the area imme- down the slope of Trail Ridge east t to affected crops by standing water, but some

prospective) home builder, whenhe diately surrounding them are Starke. flooding Alligator Creek and of these may recover. Total damage is
to of converting the Starke Country Club. difficult to assess at this' time. We
finds piece of low priced land subject flooding course.
golf course Into a vast lake.
know will be hurt, but,
and sees it' In a dry period, to Anyone wanting to go a little don't know production Just how much.
found a deeper into the matter could con The water rushed on into Sampson 1
''rlaM.tlbe.has| sult contour and have Lake causing It to back up Into, '
'It. stopping to a map a There Is also "hidden damage'that !!:
homes
thuiic there might be .a reason survey made In order to determine the Crosby low-lying, flooding shore.many On to the Brooker along I II results from adverse weatner.

why that particular piece of land, the elevation of his area the wall of water poured sending I Even though stressed plants may orweakened not be killed, ana,

that looks so attractive: is priced property.According. the Santa Fe River over its banks, are they more can susceptible to other things

so'.low. He might even have to to regulations fanning out Into the rich farming: like Insects or disease. Other damagecan

wait five years, or even ten years anyone building in a flood plain is section of west Bradford.All Include loss of fertilizer to

before finding out, the hard way, required to elevate his found- lakes In the area rose from one leaching, or cultural practices that
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that the reason his"find"is not so ation one foot above the high to four feet.Damage was estimated at have weather.to be carried out after bad

great is that it is located in a floodprone water mark and if the area is $35,000 to county roads and bridges; _
vulnerable it would $10,000 to the Starke sewer system,
area. especially Most farmers should seriously
to city streets, bridges and
wise in the $10,000\ consider fertilizing some of their
probably prove longrun drainage structures; $32,000 '.In last week's flooding, when to build on pilings. private homes; $22.000 to DuPonfs sidedressed crops. For example corn and, if that you had Just has

more than six inches of rain fell ina Trail Ridge mine; $30,000 to Bradford had several Inches of rain In crop a short
'24 hour mobile Another caution to the new County Agriculture, and$10,000 to the
period, many period of time about half of the'
homes, as well as conventional home builder would be to listento Starke telephone system. fertilizer is lost. This fertilizer must

homeswere threatened by high good advice when it comes'from Water flooded seven homes along be replaced if the crop'is expected to

water. Without exception they one who has lived in the St. Clair St.. getting knee deep in yield to Its potential'

were built inlocations where a area long enough to know whathe some and several more on Water This might also be a reminder to
dose inspection would have revealed is talking about. Sometimes Street had to be evacuated. St. Clair homeowners Who have fertilized their
was blocked to auto traffic as residents lawns and ornamentals. These plants
that the such advice seems to be actually
proposed took to boats for
transpor could also run short of fertilizer later
construction was below the high resented rather than taken in tation. this spring and will need another light

water.mark* the spirit in which: it is intended. i application of plant food,
... Rumors that levees around settling
ponds at the DuPont mine had burst During the next few months many'
; Jn spite of all its aUract.ions One such instance was told
many and contributed to the flood were people will be concerned about chimb'
and desirable qualities the some years ago by an ardent denied by company officials who said bug damage to lawns. If you have a
fact remains that much of Brad- fisherman who knew every nook the structures held throughout the lawngrass other than one of the St.

ford County is low and flat, and and cranny of Santa Fe Lake four-day rain that dumped 17.3 inches Augustine varieties, relax, chances'

always will be, and no amount of from years of boating experience.One of falling rain within on Trail an Ridge hour at, three the peak Inches of are very remote you will see a chinch

drainage can carry off water froma day coming in to shore froma the storm.The wet mill at Trail Ridgewas buy.The
six.inch flash flood fast enoughto fishing expedition, he noted a shut down when an earthen bank chinch bug is the most serious

prevent damage. man busy building a house withina caved In, leaving huge pipelines Ttf1 lawn pest in Florida although it only
few feet of the water's edge, dangling in the air, pulling apart at ? : seriously damages St. Augustine lawn
the coupling.One grass. They damage grass by sucking
When in doubt about the suitability well below the high water mark. plant Juices through a needle-like

of a piece of land for shift was marooned at the wet beak and may cause other internal

building purposes the owner or Thinking to do a good turn the mill when a road leading In from SR- : injury. Damage appears as yellowishto
230 washed out and became brownish patches, which are
prospective owner would do well man pulled in to shore, and spoketo
impassable. The new shift due at 4 frequently noticed along lawn edges
to consult with "old-timers" in the busy carpenter. "Mister p,m. had to leave their cars on 230 and < .1 inual rather in sunny areas.Adullchinchbugsareabout2.5. -
the area, who remember the he said"it's none of my business, wade In. Even after their relief *Shopping rolls the last grocery- or earl In unusual got on during Howl n Clarence
ankle-deep water before inch
Just Handy Way store
worse flood of, 1968, and even but you're building your house arrived, the early shift remained closed: about 1130 p.m. long, black and white patches on their
too close to the and it'll be voluntarily to assist in water control
ones farther back than that. water wings which are folded back. The
efforts.
Another simple rule of thumb is flooded out some day." .-, young range from 1.20 liK-h: long to

to be skeptical of land where Patrols walked the levees aroundthe almost; adult size and may he red witha
clock some of the men anelght.hour white band across the back.'t they
Without hammer
missing
cypress trees are growing because a ''
maturity chinch'
shift on their regular Jobs approach ,young
of well-founded,belief stroke, the man turned his head then patrolling for another eight hours bugs! become black in color.
hat cypresi"trees*"on't'grow'' and eiid. "You're rightit's during the four-day downpour. '
here wat 4-Hasn't stood at one' none ol your business And thus f. Then insectsare easily controlled l
jme another. ob- ended the conversation. Shipments of Umenite ore out fit the with Aspon. Bayeon. Diazlnon.
or Experienced
I Ethion. Trithion and
Trail Ridge plant were suspended for Uursban.
icrvers can also point out the due
two days and nights to washouts
high water marks on trees in thebrea. Before two years had elapsed on the railroad spur from Starke into fy' fail Every spring I get report of tomato
plants shedding their blossoms rothl'l'than
as shown by the differenttypes the house had water in it. the plant. One of the major losses at $ t N< i setting fruit There me several
the plant was a 200 HP motor valued
of vegetation around lakes. possible reasons this may occur.
Caveat emptor. Let the buyer at around $2,500 which was half submerged
in the onrush of water.
; Asa. further precaution, the beware -' and let the builder Tomato plants are sensitive to night
and
cool
person buying a piece of land listen to the advice of old timers.Nixon's ; Following the flood the Starke City below temperatures 55 degrees may cause spring blossom nights
I Council and the Bradford County
1 drop 'Certain varieties are more
Commission, meeting Jointly were sensittte to the cool night
i beseiged by irate citizens protesting
temperatures. Marglobe. and Better
the lack of warning given to
residents
lioy shed blossoms
Fairy Tale that water was reaching flood stage; Varieties may such as more BcclaU-ak. hutgcrs.M.irglot faster.
I' the lack of organization In
helping >e. and Better Boy may shed
residents evacuate their homes and more blossoms than the varieties
the Inadequacy of storage space for I developed for Florida conditions such'as '
furniture and appliances that had to _
Kloradel. Man.ilucie.
I As might be expected, advance counsel, Charles W. Colson. to be movedDemand Homestead 2-1 Walter and

reports from Mr. Nixon's $19.95 "get the goods" on Democratic 4 : _

''f,, hardback "memoirs" indicates it National Chairman Lawrence F. for further widening/( and Tomato plant. should be grown in'
little than continued deepening of the channel of Alligator full sun and giowing them in shade-
is more a O'Brien, whom Nixon suspectedof Creek which fortunately had already
causes blossom drop Poor
coverup of the coverup with receiving funds from billion- been improved following Hurricane reduces the amount of food sunlight a plant
nothing new to offer the reading aire Howard Hughes. Dora several years before were I van manufacture and therefore'
public that is"already up to here" voiced by the delegation. Others reduces plant health and fruit set

with books on Watergate.Mr. And how early did Mr. Nixon's warned that the widening process Is I 1r y ,
should '
start at the Suwannee River .
Y r r Over fertilization of plants also
presidential interest in the breakin and proceed east. "To widen it UIStarke er' may
cause blossom drop. Tomatoes
Nixon airily dismisses the begin? Here, again, the record through Starke and on to Sampson le fertilized at planting and should then

whole thing as "just a public relations may never be set straight cer- Lake will lust dump the water on approximately once a month during
problem that needed a tainly not if the public has someone else farther down the line" its productionEmployment. .

public relations solution." It's as nothing more reliable to go on it was said Elementary
students
simple as that. He even than Mr. Nixon's memoirs. Mr. gangplanks as water rushes down paddle covered barefoot walkway.FORESTRY lo cafeteriaon. Improvised

phantasizes that the Watergate Colson has testified that the

break,in might have been the President was so angry the day

I work of anti-Castro Cubans after the break-in that he hurledan j Survey Set .,

looking for information on Senator ashtray across the room. In his "

George McGovern. who was own private dream world. Mr. II IN BRADFORD COUNTY b.YKIcl, >ardclirorderA May 1'52dMrs

the eventual Democratic Presidential Nixon recalls only that on that W
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candidate. Or perhaps, day and even the next N'orma Foray will be knockingon

Mr.; Nixon could it have been Watergate "was still the furthest lot or people in the area have is the pine that can become practically 'fro doors in the local area for the I
those little green men who areseen thing from my mind." pines in their yard or on their covered with cones, all In .t'' Bureau of the Census in a survey of

disembarking from outer property.. Yet It would surprise you various stages of development and ,workweek emolovincnt of !May in the 15-20.area during the
how according to
space aboard those Unidentified For readers who are not these many don't that even know the namesof "I 4, usually occurring in pairs. :Slash pine Thomas... Mcvthirter.director of theBureau's
pines they pass by or look usually has far.fewer cones that are
Flying Objects? content with the $19.95 hard- at every day. and not Regional Office In Atlanta.
i i slightly larger :' necessarily in
back there is leatherbound
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This Is not hard pairs The ,survey Is conducted each
to understand
Nowhere does Mr. Nixon mention deluxe edition, signed by Mr. ; our '
month' for the U.S.
most Department of
common pines look a great deal If you have runes on tree,
the theory'expounded by histonner Nixon, for something in the alike and even experts often disagreeas should be able to tell if it your is a longleaf you Labor In a scientifically designed

chief of staff H.R. Halde- neighborhood of $250. to the type of pine some large trees i pine once the most common tree but sample' of approximately 70.00O:

man. is his own recently Personally, we'll wait a couple of are. If you look for a few small fea. ? now being replaced by the slash pine. States.households, throughout the United''

,, published book. "The Ends off years and pick up a dog-eared lures though you should be able to do SThis tree has huge pine cones: usually J employment Employment statistics and un-
fairly well in 1 resulting from'this
Identifying them. be
considered to the second-largest
Power, that Mr. Nixon himself at someone's
paperback garage survey are used to provide a
pine cone in the United Stales, alter
: ipitiated the break-in of July 17. sale for ten cents or less. Even Our four most common pines in this the cone of the western Sugar Pine continuing measure of the economic: ''

f' 1972. by ordering, his special then well feel overcharged. area are slash pine, longleaf pine, lob ;,,Cones that are ten inches long are not health of 'the nation.
: y lolly pine and pond pine. Of these the uncommon. and some people' have ,
The !March
slash pine is used by timber 1'found them as large as 16 inches The ,r r .the 99.4 million survey men and Indicated women that in the of
I I '11 companies for large plantations and .I size of the cone and extra long needles civilian labor force
.
j M; 3 million
.
is the wereemployed
sRio..4 most common on wetter sites >(10-18( inches V should make this one .
BRADFORD The needles are longish Inches, and look like .. tl .sent rate was 6. compare;
I'tt 1 fii needles. As a matter of fact typical the slash pine 4 a "There is one other common pine in with 6.1 percent in January The

eiligraP4; pine Is very 'average' in appearance. i this area-',; the 'pond pine. From a unemployment rate has fallen more
i It is usually identified by eliminating [distance\ i it is almost impossible to tell than a full l percentage point In the pasts
: the other possibilities. TCspart from a slash or loblolly pine Up 12 months. ,
t #a I ;close, though there is one characteristic individuals
II /1 riOH The next most common pine In thisarea thati;i.4a; dead 'give-away .the Information supplied by
BOB Q. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER' participating In the II keptj;
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ii iii is loblolly or black pine. In this"I f. pond pineis the only one that ,.. surveys
,
frocan confidential
Publishers" tree the needles are shorter than slash";' ,actually sprout needles directly strictly by law Results'are
j it w bll''ed'* 17-9 Inches), and are thinner than they,.,;,the bark. Also, this tree Is never the used only compile statistical
each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter needles of the slash pine. Also theri(W,towering giant that the rest of the totals. tt

3: at the Post Office at Starke Fla under Act of March 3, 187g. branches are not as filled out with;,",.,types can *come.
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Subscription rate In trade area n per yean U six months. of the branches. 'f", *, ,' There are'some other pines in thecounty

.. ,I 15 j Outside trade are: '8 Per year: .." Six Months. -36 '' but these are the most Janice Alvarei, Handy May super

.: Phone 984-6305 V:;'r; Starke. Florida' In spite of their similarities though,*Jlcommofk For more help In Identifying tlsor. takes a hocked look Into he Boston was one known a.
t there Is one feature that can usually* them or:other tree Information
con- store before entering to help salvage Bontown because it WM f.-
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Woman's Club Saturday e4 rung May t, games and refreshments dartu the ;!
x I given by Mrs. Charld'nancll' Mrs. Vry hers 7:30 to e:>> mm.m
The Woman's Club of Stark will Mike Sexton Mr J.T. Prevail Jr. MfaLcsaey and her mother Mrs ,
hold their annual May Breakfast and and Mrs Jim Duncan at the home of T.L. Obey, Jr. were presented" wltbcorsages .
Installation of officers on Saturday, the latter in Conerly Estates,..,,, made up of klteheo utensUs.. I
May 13, at I2:1S at the club house Attractive arrangements of roses Mrs. Casey also received a toaster ..
Mrs. >Pat Bergman of Orange Park were used at points of Interest In the from her hostesses as a memento of
cast state public officers chairman ofITWC party room An arrangement of the occasion.: *
will be the installing officer ,I
and speaker. Harry Hatcher IV CelebratesFirst
Also on the program will be Mrs 11
LeVee Driva., Methodist chancel Birthday Saturdayand! j
choir director, who recently cut her _
first record "I'm So Happy I Could Little Harry Hatcher IV, playing during the party hours. ,I
Cry" celebrated his. first birthday Saturday Out-of-town lUeatl.cr. James 1.'. '. I
Harrell and Mrs.
Mona Clddens and
when his Mr and
afternoon parents
daughter\ Jenifer of Moultrl. Ga.Theyoungslersweregiwa .
Mrs. Martha Breland and Mrs. Hatcher. Ill, gave a party for favors dpunch

daughters, Gtedln and Erin, of him at their home on Cherry StreetThe balloons and suckers. '. .,
Pasadena Cal will next week partywas held In the carport '
spend Mn. Wilbur Waters and daughter.-I
with her parents Dr. and Mrs. H.O.BolUnger Horses Java. where the Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Deanna and Mn. Mona Ckidcnsassisted.
Joining the family over the Doreen Jakob Andy theme was carried out In the t
decorations and table appointments.
Weekend will be Mrs. Marilyn Baley
of Asheville, N,C. and Dr. and Mrs. BuddyLuke A Raggady Andy cake centered the
Jan Douglas of Hattlesburg, Miss. refreshment table. The carport was Afore Social P,.SA
They will be among those attending To Wed July 14 also decorated with red white and
blue and balloons.
Mary Bellinger's organ recital streamers
Monday, May IS, at 8:15: p.m. at the. Mr. and Mrs Zoltan I Jakab of Nina> friends enjoyed refreshments
First Baptist. Church. Brooker announce the engagementand
.. .. ,,,. approaching of their
marriage
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,, dater, Doreen Elizabeth, to Ivory I .1
Announces
Richard flew to Dayton Ohio" ) E. Luke son of Mrs. Louise The Opening Of i,
Welty
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,. .f last Thursday to surprise but father. Crawford of ,Keystone Chimpmctic0fjke'I
I" ... ..'. ..\ Elmer Welty who was being honored take place July M.at .. ;, At -2lNorth ..1 i
B:30 p.m. in the Smyrna 4
the Ohio Bar BapU.tQlurch.
at a banquet by f.
and Mrs Arley NesSmlth Association after 60 years in ,the law r Keystone Shops Suite S. ; ;
Elmer 72, .Is still Doreen is the granddaughter of the ;
Welty Phone
profession. 73-360
latw Aaron Sumner + : i
Arley NesSmiths To Celebrate50th practicing and has a' law office in .
Houn 9a.m. tp.",, '
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Miss Jakab
Tokyo, Japan where he spends!part of and Mr. Luke are bothBradford ,
28 his time Mr. and Mrs. Welty reside In High School graduates. Mon., 7to .., Wed &Fri. !
Anniversary May Pompano Beach. Richard Welty returned Mr. Luke Is employed at the State,
9a.m. I Thursdays 1
home on Saturday Prison at Raiford. p.m.
Mr. and Mn. Arley NesSmith request 5 p.m at their home at Rt. 1, Lake All friends and relatives are Invited \Excluded t'rrfm telephone book\
the pleasure of your company at Butler, In honor of their 90th weddings to attend the wedding and reception. f

reception Sunday May 28, from 3 to anniversary. .


Weeks, UDC, Holds Meeting May 3 ;

A program on "The Women of the Mrs. Herbert Thomas president, iIlIlHillll GiPi8ir'1v:: IINIIIIIIIIIIIIiOII IIIllllIl ell t
Confederacy" was presented by Mrs. presided over the meeting. Mrs. W.B.
Guy Sale at the May 3 meeting of-the Mundy Introduced Mrs. Mildred
W T. Weeks chapter UDC held at the Wlscgerber from Keystone Heights as
home of Mrs. Curtis Sanders guest. Mrs. Thomas gave a report on $
Mrs. Sale told of the toils tribulations the Memorial Services held at Crosby family centers
and starvation which the Lake Cemetery. She thanked Mrs. 0 00QQ
women of the confederacy had to Elzie Sanders for the splended
endure while their men were off to program.At '
war. The'hardships: and sufferings of the conclusion of the meeting and 301 Starke, Fla 'j
families during those trying times program Mrs. Curtis Sanders, with
Mrs. Sale also read a photostaticcopy co-hostesses Mrs. R.A. Green Mrs. .
of a letter written by the great, L.H, Jennings and Mrs. C.J. McGriff.. LADIES DRESSES
great grandfather of James Sr., served refreshments '. i
Blackshear of Kingsley Lake, Col. The Sanders home was attractively : ." ,
Mitchell written to his wife during the, decorated for the meeting with '. j
arrangements of spring flower. ,. '
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Bradford Teenage Volunteers: The'volunteers' who attended, the ,'v: ,..:oi.., :, ':.\. "'. : I
attended a tour of Alachua General tour at Alachua General Hospitalwere q. '
Hospital Sunday from 1 to S p.m. .. Ann Brooks,, Joy Bell, Terrie
The girls were shown to the third' Cogdill and Debl Overstreet touch ,1
floor where a fair was In progress accompanied by their sponsor Mrs. l
displaying various, booklets on Maurice'Overstreet. .
medical problems such as abusive Mrs. Patricia Ivey Director of
drugs smoking, drinking, cancer and Nurses at Bradford County Hospital
mental Illness. The emergency unit agreed to give the girls special il ilhas
, had a display for the public classes in how to become a more for \
demonstrating some of the techniquesthey useful aide to the patients during their mom I
1 use while on call. stay at the hospital. The classes will .
Next, the girls were shown Into an begin as soon as everyones schedules "... .0 : : ,'I.A
where heart can.be worked out, : f.,. : ::.: rfitf _. ;\ "
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surgery would ba,performed tour'w,....'" .,.a. ,.. .._ !..j If ;1:. "if ". ., ..
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thedeegquipment ardesuppllieslused Harper I
They also Pad ; .. \<
during surgery. explained t
how a pacemaker is inserted Into a Ph. D,at Duke :

patient o
They were then shown into another George Lee Harper,son of Rev.and a
room where a guide demonstrated the Mrs. George L. Harper Starke was your purse ,
functions of Laperoscope equipment.This among the 2,000 men and women : 'I
is a machine used in exploratorywork. awarded degrees at DukeUniverslty'l ..
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126th graduation service
Finally the guide took the girls Into Sunday :' '
the Cath Lab where heart problems Harper received his Ph.D. In '. \' '\
are -diagnosed They do 'this by Religion.; '. },'" ., :
inserting a cathertor into the heart by ; '" ::
way of an artery in the leg of the .I'.w.;\.' .", ,.. !

patient. A white dye Is pumped Mrs. Lila Caldwell'and Mrs. June ,; '
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through the tube to the heart and all of ", ; { ,. ; ; I,
Edwards visited Mrs. Esma .
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tape for the doctors to view and also ..": '.' \: ". ,1.'.. '"''I.\Xi.\ II. ,
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Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Meng and
The volunteers were very daughter Dana of St Petersburg
with all of the \
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County Hospital this week include:
I"" from Starke-Prank White Milton
'. ( Paw So' > of Mrs. Mavis Mrs.
: Mr. and Mra. Glen Champion ti Bell. Good
t Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Godwin and Pittaburg. Kas, were last week guests I Christina Moore, King,
: daughter 1 Linda< of Chagrin Falls, of Mr. and M.... Leo Champion. Mrs. Christine Brlnson Leon
Ohio, aJln.;; Edna titll of Upland DiCandio, Floyd Barnum; Eugene!:
Calif.. Mr. and Mrs. E.R. Smyth and MOTH IK'S DAY CORSAGES *. Eunice from Lawtey; James Miller
daughter, Sally of Largo and Mrs PLANTS HOSIERS GARDEN from Raiford. Bob Shannort 1 Is a ,
Mary Beth Peacock and children CENTER. phone. '..-.21.. 3 patient In North, Florida Regional
\' Debbie and Rickey: erf Jacksonvillewill 3 Hospital; Fred Moore In St. Vincent' ,
\ Ii arrive this. weekend to visit their 1. Hospital; G.A. Gay In Gainesville VA
mother and grandmother Mrs. ,.t. 4' ai Hospital; and Mra. Paula Wheeler In
Bertha Pearce. The Godwina will aim Mr.and Mrs John E.Patterson and l t Baptist Hospital.
a! visit his mother, Mra. Eve Godwin daughter of Kane, Pa. are guests of t'
Mrs. A.J. Barry and family, Mra. i MOTHER'S DAY CORSAOES '
CORSAGES *
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4 PLANTS, HOSIERS
BeverlyKamareddine of Santa Rosa
PLANTS OSIERS GARDENCENTER
Calif was weekend guest.Also here to I CENTER, phone 1541214.Mr. .
,phone M4-4214. attend the funeral of MR..H..
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Aye and Mrs. Klrby Padgett of
Kramer Saturday were Mr. and ,
Mrs. George Sapp, Capt. and Mra.John on Plant City were first of the week
Mra. Howard Shontz of Ellwood City
Sinclair
Myers and n. Clyde Reddish and
returned Friday from a week in Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gamer Sr guests family. of Mrs P.D.
Stewart, of Kissimmee and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle l '
Washington visiting Joe son +
5 tti'r Bill Tilley has returned after four"days
of New Beach.
there Kemp Smyrna
of Mrs Sapp. While they enjoyed in North' Florida Regional
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I opening night of the New York Hospital for observation and treatment. -
i City opera'a presentation "The .
of Figaro" from the Presidential MOTHER'S DAY CORSAGES A.
Marriage
Bill Session spent the'
Mr. and Mrs.
t Jlrose.III box at Kennedy Center Opera CENTER PLANTS., phone HOSIERS t'4214.brazier. GARDEN weekend In Tallahassee with their

-.I ......... t [ S a: ; 1A:1: : son Among, Douglas.those attending the McRae I
family reunion at Bushnell Sunday
; ysrr were: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McRae'
1 r DOllAR DAYS ___ and son Buddy Mr. and Mrs. Owen
I McRae. Mr:and Mrs.Tullle Norman,
liCil: Makes Mrs. Jane Stokes, Barney! McRae
Donation
7 DIG DAYS Auxiliary a Russell McRae, Mr. and Mrs. BidMcRae
Mrs Lily Bridges and Mr
--. a.ea. Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary peel president Mrs. The auxiliary check purchaged a nber optic light projector. and Mrs. Venner Spiers.Mr. .
May 11 three 11 A.C. (Becky) Baifordon the left and (urrent president Mrs. a COH tank and a scope extension. and Mrs. Charles Schmitt
W.J. (Mildred) Prick present administrator' Tony hose with Both the laparscope and accompanying equipment remaina surprised their son Blaine with a
., - check kriI.5o0 for additional equipment for laparscope a permanent part of the hospital birthday supper at McDonald's '
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donated by Dr. Klert: Sundusadee. Friday, May S, on his 13 birthday. The '
|U01 N. Temple Aye. Starke. Fla. Head To Your --- twenty guests enjoyed supper and a
Mrs. R.R ChIsm visited her McDonald birthday cake.
*fc STARKE DAIRY QUEENqPV' Mr. and Mrs. Paul C Brown and MOTHER'S DAY CORSAGES A
brother-In-law and sister Mr and PLANTS HOSIERS. GARDEN Miss Lynn Moxley, a Santa Fe
'Cause It's DOLLAR Days! sons attended the member-guest gOllt' Mrs Angelotto and / Community College student has been
tournament at Turkey Greek Louis these CENTER phone U4-4214.
Roseland, N.J and staff
twlolwecicken selected by the faculty as a
attel'l1oon.
ScrumpdillyishusLB. Alachua Sunday Attending a family reunion at the 1978 Santa Fe Scholar In recognition
home of Mrs. Lucy Herlong on academic achieve-
of her superior
% BIGBRAZIER MOTHER'S ROSTERS DAY CORSAGES GARDEN* Mr. aR.hf4 Mrs. J.B.DansbyofPerry Saturday and enjoying an all day pic- ment. Lynn, the daughter of Mr. and
PLANTS" .'214. were weekend guests 01 Mr. and Mrs. nlc at Tustenuggee Fla., were: Mrs. Mrs. B.L. Moxley Jr., of Starke is a
jj Q Damby.4qQ H.RLayfieldan4Mr.andMn.EddieMlkovsky 1977 honor graduate of Bradford High
f and children of Lake School. She will receive her A.A.
Harbor, Mrs. Betty Herring and two degree from Santa Fe Community
Y J Ul]c (QOD(! ( children of Pahokee, Mr and Mrs. College in August.
Enfinger and four children of
I Bobby
Tomato, 138 East Call St. Starkes Own Bakery 964-5890: Black, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mrs. C.C. ttoppe' of Tampa is
10 cars Herlong of Jacksonville and Mrs, visiting her sisters Mrs.O.L. Beasley
RIOO I ISAVE '11, Corlne Purvis of Gainesville. and Mrs. J.W. Kincaid this week.


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1 60 Oet 2 of our Quarter-Pound Charbroiled 100% Beef CENTER, phone 44-4214. FundsThe

Big Braziers with our exclusive Brazier Sauce & Mustard And Remember, Fathers,
On A Toasted Bun FOR ONLY '1.001 Mrs Henry Stefanelli gave a ladies of the Gatorland CB Club
Your Day Is Coming! surprise. birthday dinner Sunday at will hold a rummage sale Friday and
That r a A Scrumpdlllylahut Idea! their mobile home on Hampton Lake' Saturday, May 12-13, at the Eagle-,
far: Mr. Stefanelli. Included in the DeVane building on Call Street '
roximately 15 attending were Mr. The rummage sale Is to raise money
J Mrs Robert Stefanelli of Gaines- for emergency and distress cases in
and Mr. and Mrs. Albert the community and surrounding
tsH NOTICEOFREGULATIONOF StifBnrlli of.,Jacksonville, and their areas. Anyone having items to donatefor
fatiHies. f the sale may contact Mrs.
Christine Lewis, 964-7327, Mrs.
i Eleanor Rice, 473-2121or, Mrs. Dot ,
LUND USE FLORIDATH Mitzel, 473-4338.

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oil seat belts for themselves and hold
their children In their lap are treatingthe
child unfairly."
o "The driver holding a small child in
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wsx, small front end collision: to crush the
t child against the steering wheel, not
to mention that the child could be in
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a v p 'path of another vehicle."
ad Traffic experts believe that
o children are safer In the rear seat if
they are not restrained by a seat beltor
other protective device. However;.
If children are standing up in the front
\ or rear seat during a frontal crash,
they become flying missiles that can
Plus strike the interior of the vehicle or.
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lPV LAWTEY H" Lawtey Elementary News I Lawtey Student 11

I
I LABte 5 Rounds t
d by EUsabethTerry. .,After!( moM months .. study. M.vh.nlr.. In .-..... Lawn Drivel for the ,
Phone 7MMBM was ad8ylor': Mrs. hours of hard work put In to make thisa
bles' and Miss CuUlno's' fifth success: ; we all appreciate/ In Regional Bee t
ode classes. The classes toured
CHURCH: ACTIVITIES Mrs. Joyce Putch, of Blackshear, Lucille T. Ivey, and nephew and Jacksonville' Museum of Arts and Ms. Silberman's class. went on a "
IOnV.KnT GOD: .ymC.d Ga.,was a Tuesday overnight guest of niece Mr. and Mrs D.R. Brown, Sciences and the Alexander Brest pretend adventure) to "Superhero Lawtev Elementary School fifth
Services 11 Cynthia and Daniel 1 Ray on Friday .i Planetarium. The trip was most land". The children drew pictures of grader Amy Lyn Roark, daughter of
K Prayer Meeting Wednesday 1 wr sister Miss Elizabeth Terry. She night. enjoyable as well as educational for Batman and Robin Superman Mr. and Mrs. George Tomasovltch, ,
yPE Friday at 'I p.m. attended prayer meeting with her Mrs.Barry Watts spent a week with the children. Aquaman Superman the Hulk and lasted through five rounds of the \
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Sunday dau trace Mrs. Benton Futchat her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Many Interesting facts were Wonder Woman. Superhero masks Regional Spelling Bee before bowing
School 10 a.m., Worship Services U Baptist Church and was Mrs. John Bile, of Miami. brought to light during the three were made and worn during out on the "tardily,"
a.m. and 'I p.m., Training Union e their Wednesday overnight guest. She Mrs. Pierce Crews attended HomeComing programs! 1. Respiratory System 2. dramatic time.The children dictated I
p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 visited her cousin Carl Moore, in at First Christian Church of Florida Homestead 3, Space the stories about. their favorite Amy, accompanied by her parents t
pm.The Veterans Hospital. Lake City, on Starke, on Sunday.Mr. Final Frontier. The Planetarium Superhero.Ms. was the first Lawtey School student to I
Church Observed Youth Thursday and spent the night with and Mrs Hermie Kelly ,seemed to highlight the end of a take place in the Regional Bee t
Sunday and the Youth'of the church Mrs. Moore ai.d returned to Black- attended the 25th Wedding Anniversary perfect day. Many special thanks to Kathy Casey's class read' sponsored by the Florida Times- I'
assumed the different Jobs !in the shear. Ga.. on Friday morning. of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bradley at Mrs. Barnes, Mrs. Crews Mrs. Where The Wild Things Are and Union. It was held In''Jacksonville :
Church. Brother Cecil Crawford First Baptist Church Reception Hall Massey Mrs. Muse Mrs.'Pendarvis. listened to the accompanying record. April 29 and televised.
spoke for them Sunday morning, and Mrs Don Shinn and daughters, Lori of Starke, on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Starling, Miss Hudson and Mrs. The children enjoyed the "Jungle I'
Rev. Te rrv'Cranford. of Brooker. and Sherree spent Sunday with Mrs. Mr*. Marvin Woods, of Lakeland, Bright, who gave of their time and music" while drawing pictures of the The 1978 Bradford County champion: \.
Joyce KatfleloT and daughter Kelly, of spent the weekend with her cousins, energy In helping to chaperone our story's characters. speller was confused by a 110
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCIIi Radio Jacksonville.Mrs. Col. and Mrs. William Wilson class trip. complicated definition given for I
Program on WPXE at 8 a.m. Sunday. Miss Lori Shinn went with the Three of Miss Cut Uno'. fifth grade "tardily" In the competition between (t I.
Bible School 10 a.m.. Worship J.P. Wyrlck. of Tallahassee. Spanish and French Honor Society to students: Pam Austin, Philip Crews, Lawtey UnlimitedCar fifth through eighth graders.
Services U a.m. and 8.30 p.m.. spent Saturday to Thursday May 11th Disney World Saturday Morning and and Dawn Scott, will represent '
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 6:30: with her sister.Miss Elizabeth Terry. overnight and Sunday for the day. Elementary School at the Sth The winner of the competition was
annum Sat.
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Landls. John Baker County Math Tourna Wash an eighth grade student from Nassau

p.m.FIRST BAPTIST CIIURCIIt Jimmy Higginbotham of Arizona McDade. Carolyn McDade Raymond ment. In case one of the children Is III,. County.This was the second year In a ... .j
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.. Worship spent Wednesday to Monday with t his McDade, and Steve Cobb, Cathy Janet Griffis will be the alternate.The row Nassau has provided. the .
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. parents Mr. and Mrs. James Waters. Jeffers, Tommy Llnzy, and Mary contest will be held at Westside Lawtey Unlimited Inmates of champion regional speller.
Training Union 6:30: p.m., Prayer when he left here he went to Carathers enjoyed a Family Picnicat Elementary School: In Glen St. Mary Lawtey Correctional Institution, will I
Meeting on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Birmingham. Ala. Sampson Lake on Sunday. on May 15, 1978.Congratulations. have a car wash and wax Job on Runner-up In M local competition
Miss Sherree bntnn: was a Saturday Saturday,May 20, at. at
Mrs. Doris Harrison, of Jacksonville starting a.m. was John David Francis of Mr. j
GRACE UNITED 'METHODISTj and Mrs. Evelyn Henry of overnight guest of Miss Debbie to Pam Austin and the Lawtey School. and Mrs. Charles Frsncjl.01 Starke. j
Starke of their Ratliff, of Starke and attended Philip Crews for Donations will go toward the John David is student j
Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Worship were guests Aunt. earning straight a at Starfce 11
and Church services
School
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p,m., Choir Mrs. Alma Anders. Sunday "A's' In Reading English, Math and American Cancer Society. Elementary ... !
with her at Grace Baptist Church on ..
Spelling during the fifth ,
Practice at 7 p.m.,. Methodist Youth six-weeks i i804r
Fellowship Wednesday at 7:30p. Casey Dobbs of Jacksonville spent Sunday, period Our hats are off to the iI
m.
For Mother's Service Saturday with his parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan spent following students for making the "A- I
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Day May Arlie Dobbs. the weekend with their son and B" Honor Roll
Mrs.
: Janet Griffts. Jimmy
14th, the church will have Rev.
Sylvia
in law Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie
dauphter- -
Waldron; a Retired Salvation Army family Muse Debra Orleman. Amy Roark
McClellan and in Vldalla, Ga. I
Minister of rings, Fla. She Mrs.Tom Whaley and daughters, of Les McClellan visited Mrs. pawn Scott, and Sue Smith.
will bring a special Mother's Day Tampa, were weekend guests of her Mrs. The following students have made
in Bradford
Parrish
Message entitled, "Mother Dare to mother M... Nellie Wilkinson, sister. Battle afternoon.County the A-B Honor Roll In Mrs. Peebles'
be Different." Viewing the gospel Mrs. Daisy Bach, and daughter Miss Hospital; on Monday 4th-5th grade class: Scotty Anders.

through the eyes of a mother has Lynn Whaley. Mrs. Danny LUlIe, of LUNCH MENU Charlotte Berry, Chris Cribbs
proved to be rewarding in the_ past. Heilbronn Springs, and Mr. and Mrs. lilt Michael Gowens, Douglas Heaton ,
Boch, of their May Evan Mosley. Jeffery McClellan, .
The Grace United Methodist Youth Lynn Starke were MONDAY Turkey salad on lettuce
of Lawtey traveled to Starke Sunday dinner guests.Mr. Barbara Norman, Valarie Randolph.'
Sunday leaf, green sweet peas, potato chips, Michelle Sexton, Nancy Shuford i
night and enjoyed the Ice Cream,
,cheese bread sticks, milk
apple crisp
and Mrs. UeVore and Enoch Starling and Ernest '
Johnny
Social and Talent Show put on by the Whitley. ,
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of Atlanta, Ga. spent the TUESDAY! Hamburger gravy on The following students have made ;
Youth of the First United Methodist son Scotty mashed lima beans, k> i
Church of Starke. weekend with their mother, Mrs potatoes green the Honor Roll In Mrs. Rlppllnger's7th
fruit rolls, butter milk.
Our thanks to them for a fine Pauline DeVore and Family. cup with Grade Class for the 5th 6 weeks:
WEDNESDAY Spaghetti
evening of entertainment. We are happy to report that Mr Sheila Anderson, Edward Crews, )
cheese, tossed salad
.The Lawtey youth will have a Car Arlie Dobbs returned home from meat sauce Tammy Griffls. Shawn Hart. Brand
french bread, milk.
Wash Saturday May 13th at CarlHurst' Bradford County Hospital and Is strawberry THURSDAY jello. ,Chicken with rice Il 'rndon. Stuart Pauley, Genie 1 1I
better. Our are with Rising. Deborah Roark. Sheila
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Shell station on Highway 301 felling prayers beans, peaches, biscuits,
green
In Starke from 9-30: a.m. to 4 p.m. him. peanut butter, milk. Southerland. Khandice Stroud -and .. .I
Donna
Thornton.
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The Youth Group would like to sandwich ;
Mrs. Ronnie Mosley and Tammy of FRIDAY Turkey potato These people were neither absent
Welcome our New Members and
urge buttered ,
milk.
you to come out for an evening of Fun Maxville,visited her parents, Mr. and rounds corn, pears, nor tardy the past six weeks In Mrs.
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and Fellowship every Sunday night at Mrs. Harold Eunice, on Tuesday Becker's class: Joann Trevlno. tf 4.
i 6:30: p.n>. SHARI;'. night. Tammy Odom, Levah Jenkins andDavid "
Hampton CoedIn Jones. & ( I
HIGHLAND BAPTIST Sunday Mrs. Marian Hall and.,Mrs. Cora The class drew pictures of what Flowers are the prettiest ,_ \ ,

{School 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 Hodges of Jacksonville.spent the Youth Forum they liked to do In the sunshine to sway to tell her you care about her. ;
a.m. and 6pm. Prayer Meeting weekend with their sisters Mrs. celebrate "Sun Day." Libby Davis' !
S Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Hester Hicks and Mrs. Alma Anders. Erin! Mullan, daughter of Mr. and picture was judged the best. Second For all the;things she is to you for all the things 1\
1, LAURA BAPTISTr Sunday School Mrs. J.B. Taylor Sr., .and Mrs. Mrs. John Mullan, recently took partIn place went to Mike Miller third to.
loa.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. and Wyolene Day of Jacksonville, 'were the fifth annual Congressional Tammy Odom and fourth to Mona she's done, give Mom or Grandma a special bouquet. !
17:30: p.m.. Prayer Meeting Monday dinner guests of Mrs. Lucille Youth Forum .held in Gainesville Crawford.The .
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. T. Ivey and Mr. and Mrs.:D.R. Brown. hosted Congressman Don Fuqua. girls challenged the boys to a \;
i NOHTIISIDE BAPTIST: Sunday Cynthia, and Daniel Ray. Erin Is a senior at Hawthorne High Softball game. The girls, with pitcher ::Jlw.,1 & ofary
$chool 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 School. Libby Davis, gave It a good try but
a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Mrs. Aline Armstrong of Lakeland, "Every year, I have been Im- lost to the boys, with pitcher Mike
'Wednesday at 7 p.m. spent last week with her'sister, Mrs. pressed with the depth of questions Miller.. Doretha Hudson umpired .the :I
,SMYRNA MISSIONARY BAP. Flossie Rosier. these students ask," Fuqua said. game.
-.J7STI Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Testoa visited "They Indicate that the students have { '
I'Services 11 a.m. and 7pm., BTS 5:45: Mrs. Pearl Starling at the home of studied government and current Everyone enjoyed the production Call 964-8400 Day Ot' Nipht .,
y.m.':;: .Praver, eetlnp Wednesday at,7 ,Mr.and Mrs. Lloyd ", on Sundayafternoony events and are very well Informed. "Hansel and Gretel" put on for the ,

: .. j nvH. w .' k ht-) voloua Not once has a participant. asked a fri,_' 'P.T.O. Tuesday night. TheicovereddhJidlniwrandplhyauKfelta/ night of"good ,P r ,. /- .'f'ijJ'c.; 1,' ';. ;..
question.am confident that T .
PERSONALS these 4> food mod entertainment. We are 'C UlII" '.bu"ol.a.u I
Mr. and Mrs. John Tye Jr. students will be our leaders tomorrow .'
Mr and. Mrs. Glen Shuford and Johnetta and John Spent the weekendwith and I know we will be In good very proud of all the students who did, M
{family and their mother, Mrs. Hester Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Young, hands." in excellent job in the play..Many 100W Call sr Surti 'I'

|Hicks, spent the weekend with.her and sons Rlckie: and Donnle, of South -

son-In-law and daughter, Mr. and Daytona Beach. They enjoyed the ', --- _....I'r ...J"TT _oPT.....". ..:....". _.,. --7 ,
I Mrs. Floyd ? Daytona. visit very much. -- -
Mrs. Mac McClellan, of Lakeland, I
visited her aunt Mrs. Flossie Rosier, ... .. '
Library Book Sale on Sunday.Mr. I
GUARANTY FEDERAL ''t "
and Mrs. J.B. Taylor, Jr., of D Pont C
Set for May 1520The Jacksonville visited their sister, Mrs. SALUTES J U om pany :' !

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Bradford County Public I
Library will be holding its annualS DtfOTTOTCiCALL f
ring Festival Book Sale at the '
Library Monday May 13, through 2N and it's 329 employees \

Saturday May 20.


Hours will be Monday through .. : '. on the "
Friday 9a.m.5 p.m., and Saturday 34Z.E241R1SO11itT : th
9 a'.m. 2 p.m, (800) s
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Best sellers, westerns, romances, xr'F' 3. I
non-fiction and children's books will HOTELS Off ?
be priced to sell Also there are old THEBEACfSportlml '
almanacs, handbooks, and a set of "'d, t
McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of Science ffffrtgHIIO

and Technology. Over 1.000 paper .....weep dl..wta ANNIVERSARY
backs and hardbacks will be sold from ,
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2 cents to$1. The books were donatedto 2*. ,
the library for the book sale by OF
community residents and proceeds ACAPULCO INN.BEACHCOMER MAYAN INN
will be used to replace lost books. ISLANDER BEACH LODGE
TREASURE ISLAND INN ConstructionOF
Don't miss this opportunity to har- SHERATON INN DAYTON SHORES I
*C.O IrfO tor information OulHfftftonoHoOQI
lo" loiorvMent or
vest good spring "Crop" of books at or*.HtO Or Itovo lour no igt/tt
the Library's Annual Spring Festival Cal,go,Pau 'toootitiimiri.ro imriirOtvtotit .
often Snorot florioi J70'4i THEIRILMENITE
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Mother's Spirals separating heavy minerals at DuPonl Mine.In .

B D.ay.' B the post-war years of 1948 Starke and Bradford County were beginning to'feel! an economic lull

following the closing of Camp Blending a* an Infantry training center with me consequent loss In t

I ':'*" I buying power of thousands of service men and their families. At that time, the DuPont Company

s. searching for a domestic supply of the mineral, llmenlte, discovered this valuable) "black sand" In I

B the ancient beach area known o$Trail Ridge, east of Storke and lawtey. Actual' mining.operations I

; began a year 'later. In 1949 and since that time Do Pont has provided some $70,000,000? In payrolls to i

the economy of this area. During this same period the effective buying Income irodfofd County ". :. '

i I has risen. from $511 per capita In 1950 to $3,662 In 1976, a dramatic Indication of the prosperity and \ .a j

1'I substantial economic basis of the area now served by Guaranty Federal Saving < loan Association. K.B. PLATTPlantManager ,
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II Methodist Youth Mann Receives Good

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Sanders .f Aflva hTndti hutnn!
The senior youth group conducted =: J .
Pat'MWMirl "
people of / /
I the morning worship service: at The messenger ; 1 1': '
Denton, Greg ,
Nineveh-Tammy '
First United Methodist Church
Award
I Thornton and Jason Polk. Shepherd \"
Sunday, May 7. ? The skit Included which '
props .
The worship service was directedby .
consisted of a ship and a whale both : Good Shepherd Is a national' ".
Vickie Carver. Terri Smith gave \ Marion W Mann,Jr., an adult scout The .'
being approximately four feet high : 'f//:' Southern "
award of the Baptist "
the opening prayer and Stephen Little in
I' who began his scouting career
and twelve feet as well as other '
long
1" Association, started In September
reAd the New Testament Lesson. The
recently
Jeff Lawson and Scott Polk Raiford 58 years ago was
scenery.
such awards have been
responsive reading was given by the directors. The presented the new adult scooters 1977. Twenty i
Doug Redd ulr, the morning/ prayer by- were chancel choir scenery under the direction of religious award The Good Shepherd. presented to date, and 23 more will be.;;
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out by. September. Mann '
Mary Anne Miller and the Offertory given
by Mike Whiffen. Mrs. Lavon Drlvas and assisted by received the first award given out In ''
Mrs. Ada Reddish on the piano sang .
The following youth participated In "Peace Be Still" as part of the skit ... Florida ; _
skit entitled 'The Of Jonah"which
Sign
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Jonah from The Holy Bible: the skit by singing "Love Lifted Me. I church member for 10 year. and:"'./'
Ushers for the morning were Kevin and active In his scouting, .'.
reader-Kevin Miller; voice from 9'1 registered ..
lIut on, T.J. Carver, Jeff Lawson and "
heaven-Jay Eaves; captain-John 'gd4 program,which includes work in Boy
Denmark : seaman- Bill Scott Polk. Scouts. Girl SCouts 'Church Youth '
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work'There
Activities Civic and Religious
'Onward Christian Soldiers' Evangelistic Team: ,
;
I were no Boy Scout Troopsm';'f.'
SI..tesl\loy 13 March Open Air Meeting Raiford or Lake Butler when' Mann 'II .

...... _.. u..u ... began his scouting career, and so he '
The evangelistic leom 01 ijperauonLife William Booth for the Salvation began as a "Lone Scout." Mann

is coming to Slarke. Saturday, Army.Since then the seven members .-- .- remained a member of the Lone '.
May '13. for an "Onward Christian a mixture of ages occupations and
Scouts until they became a part of the
Soldiers" March and air Ronald Miller/ ST.
open denominations, have considered what
1lA.
I Boy Scout Program in 1929. He. ,ls stilla .
,
meeting.The they could do as Christians to effect 'l member. "
march will begin at the some changes In the world for 4 1 1 New Navy Recruiter .
Bradford County Courthouse at 1 p.m. righteousness Raiford resident, receives the Goou 4
Jr.. right former
Marlon W. Mann
and end with.a rally at 2:15: p.m. at John Koush, the director of Shepherd Award from Rev.John Slble of the First Baptls Church of 1932 has-organized and worked
Mary Wainwright Park on Church St. Operation Life, served as youth
across the street from the Bradford pastor of 1st Assembly of God In Construction Electrician First with several troops throughout the
The world is not as well mapped as
years.
County Health Department.The Milliard. The total sediment discharged by Class Ronald Miller, Sr., la the new
rally will Include gospel music, Last fall the members of the is once thought Landsat satellite pictures .
group rivers In the United States estimated have revealed new lakes in Iran Navy Recruiter for Bradford County. '
speakers and refreshments began picketing a Jacksonville adult at 491 million tons a year or 1.3 and uncharted l islands in Brazilian Officer Miller spent three Born in Raiford. In 1912, Mann
Operation Life was formed last bookstore. Roush said "We're tryingto million tons a day. National yerstat the U.S. Naval Facility In graduated from Lake Butler High .,
Krbruary to do street witnessing stir up the conscience. of the rivers, Geographic reports.When Bermuda maintaining electric School In 1931. As a boy he sold i t..,

using the techniques established by community." H pursued or attacked the alligator generation, air conditioning and newspapers In Raiford and later In ,"
----- related teml. Jacksonville. Mann also spent 12 ,<
; T lizard drops Its tail at a special Miler
point where the bone breaks cleanly CISt-SS lives in Gainesvillewith years as a photographer with the (.?
his wife and two children. Ocala Star-Banner. He is a member
Hear How The Mayor Of The Nations says National Geographic Worldmagazine ?
A muscle near the break Miller can be contacted about Navy of the First list Church In Ocala. "','
Largest City Found The closes Immediately to keep the lizard opportunities at Bradford Square He also holds the silver beaver I .
from bleeding. The tail, which keeps Monday and Thursdays from 2-5 p.m. award,is a member: the order of the .f.! ; I
wriggling after It leaves the lizard's and at Bradford High School Mondayand arrow and many other awards from'' ".
I
Thursday mornings.Obituaries. scouting and military organizations. "' ,
body, apparently confuses the
LORD JESUS ** "...f ,.,. I
attacker, scientists say -- 4 .

Charlie M.Johnson Rosary'was said Sunday evening. 't"

}, 3i, Full Gospel Business Men'sFellowship Charlie M. Johnson 83, of 280 SW May 7, in the Archer-Tanner Funeral t
Third Street, Lake Butler, died Home of Starke. Funeral Mass was'

1 cz t:= International Saturday morning, followingan Norman Harrington,SS held Monday morning in St. Edwards "' "
extended illness Norman Anakar Harrington 55; of Catholic Church with Father Patrick ,
Mr. Johnson was a self-employed Starke died Friday morning, May 9, in Foley conducting the services Burial I
Speaker.Jacksonville's MAYOR HANS TANZLER farmer until his retirement. lie was Bradford County Hospital after a was In Crosby Lake Cemetery

the son of the late Douglass David and brief Illness. .,..
Jessica McElory Johnson of Granger, Born In Omaha*, Nebraska, Mr.
Saturday May 13, 1978 Missouri, and was a member of the Harrington lived in Jacksonville until Karl J. Steuerlein,2S : {

Presbyterian faith. moving to Starke recently. He Karl J. Steuerlein. of
Portales.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. operated a poultry farm and was a
STARKE GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB New Mexico, was killed Monday
'r: Hazel Coleman Johnson, Lake Butler; member of the Baptist Church. "
automobile
night May 8, In an
S.R. 230 East .<',* a son, Charlie L.Johnson also of Lake Survivors Include tits wife, Mrs. accident.
Butler; three grandchildren and two Marlon Bauner Harrington of Starke; '
Born 23,1956 in Camden. New
Dinner 6 p.m. Speaker 7 P.M. $550Call greatgrandchildren.Funeral a son, Dennis T. Scott of Jacksonville; Jersey,April Steuerlein lived In Putnam'
services held Tues-
were Mildred of
a sister, Mrs. Harrington

473-2702 For Dinner Reservations By 6 p.m.. Friday Presbyterian day afternoon,ChurchIn May 9, at Granger.Granger Harrington Binghamton of N.Y.Binghamton; a brother N.Y.Stanley from Hall Interlachen for several High years School, graduating' in 1974.

At the time of his death, Steuerlein ,
Missouri with the Rev. Roberson ;
Roy held
Funeral services
were Monday
Open To The Public was a student in a Clovis, New Mexico "
Burial ni the :
officiating. was, church afternoon, May 8, In the chapel-of college. He was a Lutheran. ,...
cemetery. Funeral Home In
Archer-Tanner
... .... ,.., ., Survivors Include his father, RobertE.
,, Starke with Rev. Ben .
LrJ-=" '(i '! 'e vc'r "'WJ""A'W" T"" W. '"' '' .w' """ '.III" "'" 'c '" '''' '' Bryant, pastor Steuerlein of Haddon Heights, ; j

of the First Baptist Church of Starke N.J.; his mother,.. .Mary Lowry.*" "" '
In lieu of flowers +
officiating ,
Chambers of Putnam Hall; a brother ,
r donations may be made to 'the ; *
James Steuerlein .of Putnam Hall; /
American Cancer Society. twq sisters: Mrs. Susan Cook of

May 20, 1977 rry Francis R. Odone Sr. Gainesville and Miss Roberta'i I\1:
2'A Friday Not Better }, Francis R. Odone, Sr. of Starke died Steuerlein of N. Plainfleld, 'N.J.; his 1 / !I

Costs;: "Getting Worse, ; Monday, May 8, In Bradford County paternal grandfather.. Joseph I
HousIng mined In eemo blhh Hospital after a long illness Steuerlein of Barrln ton. !" .J.; Ma ',\ j
lions the ac. .rnv ,world. and he p otla vlaried. The'poop t Born in- New Jersey Mr. Odone maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.'r i'

1* unto spring ol 1977. about end SO vnrU per-, m.ui. .. :"r1' .' fence WDI/ol) I" determinebowing moved to Starke five years ago where: Taylor Lowry of Putnam Hall. i
ahettempt
eons from varied bnckgrojmd. rho Tn. purlclpllnl.-er.| uwaro" flMhe xfure cwlx.osad' be and hle.wtte owned,land operated Graveside XlitcratRsarjJces.jkvlUlKeheld1 -* !!. !
oils rcslonn of .the '"Washing.i. nirordnbiliiy problemNntion.il and con- I in rtie ImmedlBii future. the Floral .Motel here. He was a at 10 a.m.'Saturd&y} May'13. In '.*)
In
wrw I edeflnhe "
t Hou-.in Center the. ,np between 0141 all the .inllMtei. on housing the Paran Grandin
5 ;Inn D.C lo discuss the high COM or Stafford; a home and ,hale who.cannotwill duI nn" Incomeo ao ton.ed 0111. ac. member of the Episcopal Faith. with Rev. Howard Cemetery near
Day officiating.
a* long nl Pree| cording from "The Report } Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
to prow excerpt "
". .e I housing. rlicipnnw (of the Housing Cost continue bluing expo ms increase 10 nn COIl Conference;' 1\ ; Y Veronica Appleby Odone of Starke; DeWitt C. Jones Funeral. Home of
The other Hou.ing
': ,/ Conference) included representative+ and ref he. trend seems lo emefge: Thine two sons, Francis R. Odone, Jr. of Keystone Heights is in charge! of :, ,
from privnto industry including home, "T, !WSy7n.clluse. ofhe sharp lIelllnll worM nol boner, pnrlkulDrly ,.WV'{ ''''' ", ply Woonsacket, R.I. and Russell Odoneof arrangements.Mrs. I
G3 +ofgovcrnmcnllabor have never before are ...1 t" ,,:f / 'It'V'q ; Mass. four daughters
huilJmgnlllcvcl rise In hoiminu calls: youths 1110 0 born ." Weymouth, ; ;
,
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rescareh or S amxa -- 1"l\.," ;
y : of
cumume proups ly .; Mrs. Sylvia Mullaley Stoughton
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: Mass. Mrs. Wanda C. McGregor of
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.. r'r.tyy'i'1, ',' Hull Mass., Mrs. Sharon M. Khaw of Ida M. Kramer '
/ ;' Abbington, Mass., and Mrs. Janette Mrs. Ida .M. Kramer 76. of 1300 .
l .k: .. Rowsell of Weymouth Mass.; his Searing Street. Starke died Thursday. '
?
stepfather, Gordon Reid of May 4, In Bradford 'County Hospital .

> Weymouth, Mass.; a brother, Ridgely after a brief illness. .
Odone of Van Couver. Washington, 9 Born in Sharon Penn. March 14,
r,. G13 ,, t t grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. 1902.Mrs. Kramer had lived in Starke ., '.
1 i since 1960. She was a member of the .
Funeral services were held First Presbyterian Church. ,: '

Saturday, May 6, in Weymouth Survivors Include her husband .
Cemetery in Weymouth Mass. Fritz H. Kramer; two daughters, Mrs. "
A.J. Barry of Starke. Mrs. John E.

6 {= Minnie C.VerBust 63: Patterson of Kane Penn. ; one j

d i Mrs. Minnie C. VerBu t. 63. of brother, Howard Shontz of Ellwood '..
I I Starke died Friday night. May 5, in City.'Penn., two sisters l Mrs. Mary
Bradford County H08pital.after an Compton of Williamsport\ Penn., and
} y extended illness Mrs. Errol Rhodes of Beaver Fall ,
Dora in Wisconsin, Mrs. VerBust Perm.; four grandchildren and two
and her husband owned and operatedthe great grandchildren. .; '

I I"Ye M.InI tI f w 4 tl i i. Floral Motel here for 18 years be- Funeral services were held "
ll', i, I I e r ,1l fore retiring.She was a member of St., Saturday.May 6, In the First Presbyterian ,,
/ l.' 14 r ;' t, -- ?- -- Edwards Catholic Church. Church with pastor Dr Jack G. .

r : : + Survivors include her husband. Hand officiating. Burial was in Hill- !,',..
Emil VerBust of Starke; a lon, RobertL. crest Memorial Park -Gainesville
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VerBust of Gainesville; a sister with arrangements under the ;.

'. ,.',I t Mrs. Susie Upsteln of Kimberly; Wis.. direction of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
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The FLORIDIAN BEDROOMS BATH li It' ;, and two grandchildren. Home ,1'

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help you build ACOMI-UT.UN. COTTAGESnd appreciation for the food, flowers, tlon for the many acts 01'kindness ."',:
prayers, and kind acts that were during our time of bereavement.
shown during our recent bereave- Thank you for the food, the beautiful '"

finance an affordable home! 1 ment. Our sincere thanks and flowers, the cards, the calls and visits ?,I

gratitude. God bless each: one of you, and most of all your prayers. they
meant so much to us. .
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}o matter what you have seen or heard, If you are the inside work, you'll have more home for less Hutto '
ady to build on your property, we want to talk to money than you would have believed possible. rr The O.P. Famlly The Family of Leslie,Morris ?,

>u. W. want to show you how Jim Walter can You'll want complete information, so let's get to '
Ip CtfT building costs to the bare minimum In"fay's gether. Let us show you our construction methods y" f "
''I -skyrocketing) new home market. Here's and tell you about the long-lastlnp, low-mainte t&ANOER$1 j.r.' : M
,\ w: Jim Walter builds to almost any stage, from nance materials we'll use to build your new home. Cottage nc1'& PLAZA FLORISTMOMi tn
.: shell finished In every detail on the outside, You'll also want lo know more about our INSTANT ,
'Inlsltecllnllde-up to one that Is 90% com- mortgage financing-with no red tae and no GET ALL THE FACTS FROM JIM WALTER, .

bte. When we Install all of the available interior "third party" delays-to qualified properly TODAY! W. would //I". let you to see ill ol our mere .o
I lions, you Just paint or paper the walls and trim, owners. than 20 \ ktall floor covering, connect to outside utilities you eta choofO Hi*one'/.|'. feet right, priced right lor
'I, d I move hs' YES WE CAN. .. work together to build a new tour timlly. Wo will fll". you the erect coil .n t what E.
I'; Q1 home on your property with payments you can af your monthly mortgage payment will bo for any ol our ?
n "jl ether we'll build...and you're the boss. You ford. It's a wise Investment..an Investment that, nonce built on your property lo wh.,...., ,(.p.I/ M. ;:: ;
1 I us how much of the Interior work you and your like money In the bank will grow In value year We completion you cnooee.. Call or ",.II'h.Jim Walter ,
'A nlly want to do because the more you do the after year. Home aiipltr perk neereil rou.o' send ale coupon\ '

q. kre money you'll save. Either way, whoever docs for complete denila.r 'tdrj

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fcyEUsabethG. Walker MACEDONIA FREEWILL your membership and new members Rehearsal for tile Mothers Day
1 i Phone M44t3S BAPTIST CHURCH: Thursday T:3O are Invited to Join. program was held each evening at S
DELL CHApTER| I" O.E.S. {Prayer Meeting. School ,' t !MT. MORIAII UNITED
will p.m. Sunday "I ,. p.m. Choir rehearsal and Bible Study
hold Ita regular, meeting Thursday, 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.uv N,' ,METHODIST CHURCH: Friday 7:30 was held Wednesday at I p.m. Sunday
May n, in the Masonic Man on Evening Worship 4 pm. ews \'JL."Y( Am. Choir No. 2 will appear at Mt. School 9:30 a.m. The Mother's Day f
Brownlee ***- All members an Rev and Mrs. Henderson announce :' : Zion in Lawtey for the anniversary of program held
Invited to be present the engagement and approaching 1;: '. V..fl the Gospel Choir a.m The publiceis to attend: J
marriage. of their daughter. Doretha. ,', A
CHURCH to Wednesday 7:30, Senior Choir NEW IIOPE MISSIONARY -
NEWS
Sergeant Anthony Wilson at ... "_ L- I
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GREATER ALLEN CHAPEL Freewill Church June 3, at 3:30: p.m. rehearsal.! Thursday 7:30: Story Hour BAPTIST CHURCH: Sunday School ,
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A.M.E. CHURCH Sunday School 10 The public Is Invited to attend. at the Church. Thursday 8 p.m the al"\ ,,;"i 10":.m. Special' | Memoral Services for -- \ : {
a.m 11 a.m. the Missionaries will Sargent Anthony Wilson aa 1974 male Chorus will meet for rehearsal' ',rS': Pringl! Family and Mother's Day ---------------- {\
sponsor a program. All members an graduate of Jasper High School Friday the Junior Choir will sing for. ':, sjlrvlces by pastor Rev. L.W. Mosely
Invited to cooperate with this activity. Jasper Fla. He la in the Arme/i the anniversary of the Junior Choir', i are set at u a,m.
MT. PISCAII A.M.E. CHURCH: Force stationed at Port Hood, Texai. Saturday dinners will be sold from the ANTIOll/ MISSIONARY BAPTIST 4.
Sunday School 10 ..m. Morning Doretha Is a 1973 graduate of kitchen. Sunday School 8:30: a.m. '"4Rlll: Thursday, night Prayer Anniversary.. .}.' i iS'
Worship 11 a.m. Afternoon service 7 Bradford High School a 1977 graduate Morning Worship 11 a.m. with they Meeting of each week 7 pm. Friday ,
p.m. from University of Florida with a B.S. Junior Church In charge.Services wilf Hev. Bright' will preach at 7:30 p.m. tftfcfay \
'IIVR(11 0.GOD IN CIIRISTI The Degree In Early Childhood Education. be held at 3 p.m. with True Vine J ML Plsgah Choir will sing for this I
Youth Choir anniversary began She I II employed at Lawtey Freewill Baptist Church from,' .ervlce.| Sunday School 10 a.m. e I," 1\ "
Monday at 8 p.m. and will continue Elementary School.GREATER Daytona Beach, Fla., In charge. The Morning Worship 11 a.m. The group "
through Sunday May 14, with various BETHLEHEM Women's Home Mission will be in will sing at Starke Nursing Home at 2 : ',
I Choirs of the city appearing. Sunday FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH: charge of 6 p.m. services. p.m. Evening Worship G p.m. "
, School 9:30: a.m. Morning Worship Monday at 7:30: p.m. the Tiny Tots KBEZENKR BAPTIST CHURCH NEW IIKTIIKL BAPTIST ..
I| 11:30: a.m. YPWW 6:30: p.m Evening rehearse each week. Each Tuesday, Each Tuesday 7:30 Bible Study. Each CHURCH: Every Wednesday 7:30 24fc60 3 Br, 2 Bath 24x60 ,> ''i:
i service 7;30 pm. 7:30.: Prayer Meeting, Each Thursday 0:30 Prayer Meeting. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study of "
The Mt. Sianl Women's Conventionwill each week. Saturday at 6 p.m. Choir Shingle Roof Wood Siding. All Electric 3 Br .
I be held May 18.21 at New Bethel No. 1 will have rehearsal. All Choir .
Baptist Church. Rev. L.R. Davis, members are asked to please be Circle) Kitchen Furnished Carpet Family Room 2 Bath

! BROOKER NEWS pastor. All members are asked to present. Home Mission will be held 15,695 '12,350
participate in the activity. Sunday this Sunday at a: p.m. ,
! School 9:30: a.m. Women's Day will be All members are aske ito see either
by Jeanetu Prescott Thursday. Boys-1st gr de-4th observed Sunday May 14, at 11 a.m. Sister (orlne McNeal. Sister Amanda 12x65 24161'
Phone 4N5-1715 at 3:30 5th Rev.,Horace Griffin will speak: At 3 Chandler or Sister
grade practice : p.m., Glory Jackson In 3 Br Bath & ". Fully Furnished Great Cathedral' Beamed Celling
SCHOOLNKWH; grade-7th grade practice at 4:30: p.m. the Women's Day'activity will reference to the amount Kindergarten Registration will be pm., grades 8-10 practice at 5:30: continue. All members are asked to .Is asked to pay. Everyone Is Invited to Carpet Throughout I
next week (May 15-May 19) 8 a.m.- p,m. The girls are rying to form a remember the Pledge of 123 or as the come out and fellowship with us. 7950 3 Br 2 Bath ,
3:30: p,m. The school: office will be team it any one Wishes to join either Lord has prospered or blessed you. Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Morning '16,900 ,,"
open until 530;: p.m. Thursday for the boys or the girls team please get In FREE CANAAN TRUE CHURCHOF Worship II a.m. Communion Service 6
those who are unable to register touch with Rev. Hershel Markham- GOD IN CHRIST Each Monday p.m. Several Other Double Wides To Choose prom \
before 3:30 p.m. Band. Each Wednesday pastor Is
483-1873. 7:30: Prayer Thj asking the cooperation'
The necessary forms may be pickedup 7:30 Tarrying Service. Friday 7:30 of alCmcmhera in all activities of the Large Selection Of 12's & 14' Wldes Beginning At ,
at' the school office or County WEDDINGMrs. regular Church Service. Sunday church. a 5995 \
Health Depl. Kindergarten students Charity Luke and Mr. Willis School 10 a.m. Morning' Worship tl B" UK"RD BOUNTY BRANCH',
need to be live years old on or before Grimes were united in marriage in a.m. You are Invited to attend. NAACP: The monthly meeting the Starke Home
January I, 1979. Students will not be Kingsland Georgia, Monday. May 1. THE FIRST BORN CHURCH Of' Bradford County Branch NAACP will 964.8741 I
able to begin school: until they have They will reside In Brooker. All their THE LIVING GOD Each Tuesday be held Monday. May 22. at Pleasant
complete certification of birth. friends wish them much happiness.Mrs. 7:45: p.m.Prayer Services Friday 7:45: Grove United Methodist'Church. All
Immunizations and a physical Mildred Green is home pm. Tarrying' Services, Sunday interested citizens and members'. 1650 N. Temple Starke. Fla. Center ;
examination. It is very important that recuperating from her recent School 10:30: a.ma Morning Worship Invited to attend. -
parents come in the week of surgery. Mrs. Lula Mae Baxter la 11:30: a.m. YPCW 6 p.m. Evening The membership drive Is mi. All ALL HOMES BUILT TO H U O SPECS and UC APPROVED t
registration even though all Items' spending some time with her, All her Worship 7:43: p.m. You are invited. present! members are asked to renew
may not be completed. friends her
hope a speedy recovery.
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All, students enjoyed a concert -- - -
presented by the Bradford High ...... DAY5IpI !
School Band last week at -
Wednesday '
the auditorium in Starke. HOMENOTES It r { a T ,
The Student Council will be and SaturdaySayeupto42 \
sponsoring a Hobo Day Friday. I '
Students will be allowed to wear hats Ii iiiI
'and old clothes. There will be a By 3u
contest for the best dressed HOBO. a ,
Mary Yearta pI u

SCHOOL LUNCH cesi2.I i
964-6280 Ext. 28.-
The Lunch Room workers are not

making up any Menu's In advance as .
school so near out. They are using BLENDERS CAN SAVE TIME j
up their Inventory. Remember the hours your mother
and grandmother spent in the kitchen 0 MOTHERS
BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH preparing delicious meals? t9 %
Brooker Baptist Church .is Things have changed since then. _.. i
MAY 14 _
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sponsoring a Softball. Team The Today there Is less time available for I ___ "
Brooker Royals are open to boys cooking. Women keep busy with jobs, / I r I
from: 1st grade-10th grade. Practice I special interests and hobbies, and
sessions' are held at', Brooker children. __
Elementary School on Monday and But this doesn't mean ,you can't J
treat your family to food just as good MEN'S DUNGAREES
Public Assured ;J/ml as grandma's.With the help of today's AT BIG SAVINGS
kitchen appliances you can prepare

New River Not' fussy One dishes of the most without useful hours kitchen of work.toolsis I : 794-

... the bl nder. Blenders have almost ; .
become a kitchen staple yet they are -. 14 one* MIM MHO .nlmfAYSUPTO4.0O 1 1
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Endangered not being used to their full potential. .w 4.ok.4 N P-I .>,
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h.J1 ,'," I 1 Most' ..wtunetvido/not realize,,'the' .,. ._ ...."'_ w/M s.McM.hr. 4 i J
by'P'J'' :f t n't'Ptilutiu ri') the varilldrol.blender.full advantage of a blender'To'rec as'ref a 1 Yl, ,.,.. 1 :f'.A and I..I Phew. Man''::-':: '

time saver, you must make a habit of 71' j VE II..D/I : r t
Assurance' that the proposed permitfor using It in everyday cooking rather TLUEPLUSI NEW M'".COFFEE ( e .
a two-year extended period for than just once-in>a-whlle. APPLIANCES TO MAKE HER LIFE EASIER 1S-PC.IRONSTONE SET ,.,
continued "pollution" of New River Just what can a blender do? 19.88 \ r
would have no adverse effects was It can crumb bread, crackers and CHoica1 8 TOR/3.K .wlct mac. 9 8 8 was .am .
given to a group of Bradford and cookies: You can have coarse crumbs .
Union County citizens and officials at Prmnt MM with a 1M otoelrtt .IOW.ookr.A.mbrre r 4.Mlu dmn.r ptoto*.M>|M 4 wsw w.w e.n..wrNNw.MMI '
for stuffing fine crumbs for graham w em.,.P.n.>w/kn4/.II.rP.n.r. a..7 w imf .wow.,Mo.d/wnN saw.. slew. d.nolwo e.0. r..It f
a meeting here Wednesday May 3. cracker crusts or cheese crumbs for
Karl Smawley engineer with the au gratin dishes.Vegetables p
Department of Offender Rehabilitation can be chopped: for 4ga t
., said the present sewage treat salads. You can chop fruits, nuts .
ment plant at Florida. State Prison cooked meats or seafoods for, a r OS Oe f
which also serves Union' C'orrKllonnl variety of dishes. You can have uncooked I
Institution is removing !90 percent ol apple sauce with a delightful. v .
contaminants from the sewage fresh flavor. 4 I ,/
effluent before It is discharged In the A blender can grate cabbage for 2 '
river. Although this Is sufficient to re- slaw. fresh coconut raw potatoes ; \
\ move harmful bacteria in the water it citrus peel dry cheese or nuts for VAL VALUE PLUS! T-
Htill does not meet the upgraded topping or nut bread. VALUE PLUSI YALUEPLUSI AV
standards for water quality Smawley Split peas lentils, beans and spicescan t-fC.NYLON LUQQAOB STRAW HANDBAG AM/FM CLOCK RADIO LEISURE JACKET* NOViLTYT.SMMTl
HBid. be either cracked or pulverizedfor ? ass MOMTHI PHILLIPI H' ELECTRIC CLOCK
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must establish a time schedule for You can puree cooked vegetables or' /-PC. COOKWARE SET,- I c CERAMIC SALT HARRIET W/ _I SPORT VISOR POLV/COTTON i
meeting the higher requirements. fruits soft raw fruits baby foods and ENAMEL ONALUMINUM PEPPER BUBBLING SEA SHELLS IN ASSORTED o ew KNfT RttPB. y\
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quested the Legislature for an etables can be used as the base for a 9c PIKES 1.37 4.33Disc.
appropriation of 727.600 to constructa special diet fa (is. Pureed cooked vegetables 6.916 1.96 3.99
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'1979. A two-year permit Is being requested cheese, anchovies or pickles ion
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possible construction ,delays the en- curdled hollandaise sauce. You can
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Frank Watkins. sub district engineer. blender can stir orange Juices P/C.
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m Kt" liijiUpq 1YlUlV Head Tornado Praises Gridders 't;


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.t" j Bradford grldders had their first Tim Jones at linebackers Alton l
TA Swettftt Strainer TM Sib of Htatx ,ft'' full scrimmage Friday night. \May 5 Moore and Mark Mosely. defensive '
May 11,1'"' :TELEGRAPt Page 18 and Coach David Hurse is pteasetfwith ends; Uondld Reddish and Duane :

,,Aye:; ;. the overall performance. Cummings, who steadied the .
; With so many young players, Nurse defensive secondary; AI Chapman, i
ill said, the only real'problem he's Josh Soulherland. defensive tackles. I J
; encountered so far Is the fact that the
Marcus Cruce, the only returning
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: players are not aggressive ,
enough letterman on the offensive line at i
Girl's *Track I liome Hurse doesn't know If they're holding center and AI Chapman Johnny Bell, t f
earn Brings tlonors back, or J If they just "won't get after Kurt Miton at offensive guard \
yal"lIurse! Hurse. said that Fred Woods picked i
C l lb i ng up a .'..._.. g ood But also led says that he thinks the lack of up where he left off last year showing
year," the BUS girl'*-'T track team It 10 much experimentation competition In the discus* After t'lIChool record with a 5:125 time, aggressiveness would Improve as good quickness at defensive tackle j 1.
finished 14th out of 62 schools competing with the group of 27 competitors placing first in the pistrlct meet witha '."taking another fifth place spring-practice progresses Allen Scott Kenny Thompson. John {
21 of whom ""
at the State Track and Field were ninth and 103." throw, she wont on to 'yAnd in her final event, the twomilerun. Most improved player on tho field Valenskl and, Benny Morris also ,
,meet in Winter Park this week, according from tenth last graders Nine girls returned regional also to take first place witha : Cindy was untrained. But after according<< to Hurse, la freshman light showed good Improvement at j'I!
to Coach Jerry McCriff.McCrtff season. 109'I" throw. personnel changes late In the.season, end Ronald Matthews. Hurse said that offensive tackles. $
said the girls finished well The state competitors Included Unable to loosen up physically or she!; began running the two-mile. She Matthews has shown that he can hang In the Tornado backfield Jeffrey i'L'
Considering the Judy Hankerson, Marian Puttman mentally at the State competition<<; ended the season with another record on to the ball when it's thrown to him. Norman and Bill. Goodge worked for '1
problems encountered -
throughout many the season, with and Cindy Griffith she placed tenth with a 88'11 throw, of II::42.2 for another fifth place at Hurse also commended several the first time after baseball at i''
"the most crucial probably being the her first throw under 100 feet In quitea State. Her time at State was more' other ninth graders for their quarterback. Doug Reddish also i I t.
vast inexperience In regard to'OInpetitloo JUDY IIANKERSON while. than a minute shorter than when she performances Friday night. worked at fullback for the first time j II{{
\ ," Hankerson had finished second in With two years left to contribute to began running two miles: They were Jimmy Wright, this spring '1i
district In the 440 yard dash with a 64.1 the team, McGrlff considers Puttman Ltler high finishes at State enabled defensive end, Frank Sindell, Hurse said that halfback Merry ,
Progressing throughout the year, time. In regional she finished fourth, "a hard worker and very dedicated." her to be named to the Florida State defensive tackle: Kevin Reddish and Chastain has shown a lot of Improve- |'
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the{ season ended with the girls taking clocking In at 63.9. But under extremely ,Track Team by the Florida State'' Pat Southerland. defensive nose men; ment as an all-purpose back, and will j
second place tie at the district meet, wet conditions at the State Track, and Field Honor Role. Mike Teston Kenny Ethridge, and probably be Bradford's primary ft i
a sixth place finish at the regional meet,she dropped back to a 64.1 time CINDY GRIFFITH ,"llcr senior year should be truly David Sparks;defensive backs; Mark recelvoriEdward
meet, which qualified three girls for finishing 12th. In the three events that Griffith outstanding because she now knows Jones, linebacker, Bret Smith Hamilton trying out for
the state meet And finally, a 14th As a "very versatile and coach- competed In during the State meet she can compete successfully with the' offensive guard: Mike Jordan, football for the first time, has also \
dilate at State able" competitor McGriff looks she "rewrote the school records," state's best runners," said McGriff running back and Scott .Allen, 8th been impressive at running back ,4 5
McGriff began the' season with forward to llankerson's return next McGriff said.Improving. McGriff sums up his hopes for next grade quarterback Next big spring football event will '
dopes of 12 seniors, but ended with season. since the beginning of season by saying "Hopefully' the Hurse also mentioned several older be the Junior-Senior game next i
Only, four competing. the- season. Griffith broke a new spirit of this season' will carry over players who played well Friday night. Thursday May 18. at 8 p.m. Tickets
"That thoroughly shattered most all MARIAN school record by placing fifth In the into next year and the experience They were Danny Hildebrand and''The'TornadOt's are $2 for adults and $1 for students.
plans for early success" said;! PUTTMAN BHO yard run with a 2:21.6 time.In gained will enable the 1979 track team
McCrtff Puttman entered the state the mile run she also broke a new to be even more successful "
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II ---SA Eliminates: : BHS Nine from District, 41Bradford --



Tornado basebullers were ,Job; most of the balls they were hit a ground ball to Kilby. who ended Pete Jacobson then drilled a double
i limited to three hits by St. Augustine hitting were weak ground balls, some the Inning with a force at 2nd, .. up on the hill In left field, but a perfect
and,were beaten 4-1 in the (first round of them were just hit in the holes. The Tornadoes had only three relay from Bill Goodge to Dinky Kilby
of District Four Tournament play errors In the game but they came at to Keith Northrup gunned Powers out r
;Thursday} May 4. The first SA run came In the 4th on a crucial times In the 5th inning, after "at the plate. I
strange play. With men on 2nd and a leadoff single, Tillman caught the Ti lima n struck out the next batter to ,
Yellow Jacket pitcher Derek Collins :3rd. left fielder Allen Powers hit a runner napping with a pickoff: move, ,end the inning. I
tot the win with the sole Bradford run ground ball toward the left side hole. but the throw from 1st to 2nd was not The Bradford batters seemed to be I
Coming on a towering left field home Shortstop Dinky Kilby made a good in time warming up In the top of the 7th, but Itwasn't
run by Marcus Cruce Inthe top of the 'play on the ball, and went for the to be in this game
7th Inning. putout at third for what would have The SA runner then moved to thirdon I ,I II
Kevin Tillman went the distance for been the 3rd out. an errant throw by the catcher,and I 4 Murcus Cruce led off the inning with
the Tornadoes, yielding 8 hits and only Third baseman Mike Jackson put scored on a squeeze bunt on the next. his home run into a tree past left field.
l wo earned runs, < the tag on the sliding runner, but the play. After Doug Reddish walked, Mike
field In the 6th inning, after a' leadoff,
umpire was looking towards Jackson singled to left and the
Coach Mike Hartley said after the first, and the home plate umpire single the batter laid down a bunt, Tornadoes had two 'men on with
\feame that the score should have been called the runner safe The Yellow and a tow throw to first got by the first nobody. out. '
2-1, because the defense gave away Jacket that had been running from baseman. The next three men filed out got In some good lick*.
the last two.Hartley :3rd scored easily on the play. After a SA',Powers then doubled down the I though and Bradford's district game In Friday night's scrimmage.
added, "Tillman did a good walk I loaded the bases. Pete Jacobson first base line, knocking in two runs and season had come to a close

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Clair Turner 20 of 66, Richard Gaines 41st of 91

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,. In BHS's History Making State Golf Tourney
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but her long and middle iron shots
were giving' her Irouble. Miss Turner
11"1- L----' had no three.putt greens, using only
one 'putt on three greens' and two-
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$ .;, I< The top three finishers for the low
," 'tt.; Klrl's medalist honors were Kelly
It. Trent. Jacksonville "'orrPK!, 37-3H7J: ;
Wt;, : June/ Slrmones. St. Petersburg OT-3B.! : \
-, 7$, and Patricia Sanderson Jink-
d :! ,lIo \'lIIell'tcher.. 41-3570.
t ] P Hoy's play was suspended for three
ctV hours Thursday.and when golfers did
get( started, they had to overcome I Mi I
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ouch Adkinson said that it was

: : Clair Turner and Richard Gaines Gaines' putter on the back nine that.
wn giving him trouble. Gaines threeputted
three in Thursdays
IKag' Bradford High's Claire Turner tournament, and the first time In the round. greens
In the third and the of BUS that girl has
finished top history a gone. Gaines was two over after 11: holeson
Tornado's Richard Gaines placed In The last boy Tornado golfer to go ,
Friday hut a double bogey on 14
V k the top half of'all\ competitors in the was Harold (tflishi) Bishop In 190J.! followed by bogies on 1 13. 16. and 17
State High School Golf Meet held last !Miss Turner, playing at the Sunrise for
of contention
took him out a top-25
i Thursday and Friday In Sarasota.The Golf Course, turned in a .4pi-44--8'! on
appearance of the two golfers in Friday, finishing play in 20th() place position lumen finished the day with u
akf'Ie the state meet marked the first timein out of 66 girls Thursday's round was birdie on the final hole.
k IS years that a boy has gone to the not played because of rain The top three boys in state were [Don

Burwell. Miami Lakes at Hialiuh. 75-
72-147. Chip Hall\ Jacksonville!
Fletcher\ 76-7J-149.: und Hobble
!Mudigan. Orlando Borne 75-751511: \ .
Games and Jack Nicklaus. Jr... of
CLEARANCE SALE Benjamin High in West Palm Beach. ,
had the same first day total of 83. and
'lt Gaines was hoping for a pairing with
the famous golfer's son Nickluus teed
off with the.<<: foursome ahead of Gaines
THeIP Us Move C on Friday, though.
Adkinson said that In the slate
tournament Gaines beat 11 out of 13

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. Dominos Still Undefeated in Women's Softball I. .McDonald's: Hampton Roll On I I


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I The Dominos remained undefeated McDonald' and" Hampton McbotaWshitters! : fared,well, theenOr triple and a single Charley pate, who
I and In first place this week In the continued la roll on with a wth each ... .NI.L with Bill Bailiff andBolhnmeenewe collected two singles, In three tripe to
Women's Open Church Softball and first and second place this week In { r the plate,and Cecil Pate who went 2-
league sponsored by the tarke Man's Open League Softball, t 4-t rr4ditngthe'game, for-2 with a double and a single
Recreation Department sponsored by the Starke Recreation with two doubles, a home run, and a
Current Standings: (The first Department. RAIN CANCELS GAMES
record given indicates overall play, Current Standing: McDonald' M Also having a good night. at the plate Wednesday night's men's open
while the second record denotes Hampton 4-1. LWCI 1-4, Lake lSuUer for McDonald's were J.J. Wheeler. 4- league Softball games were called
church play Dominos 6-0 2-0 r Merchants D-4, Lawtey Poor Boys 0-1. fo -S with three singles and a double, because of the bad storm that hit at
Merchants ..2. 0-1. St. Edwards 3-3 Ipi, Scheduled Games: May 10 Fred Wheeler S-for-3 with two 7:30: p.m.
22. First Baptist Blue J-3. 3-1. Hope tq McDonald' v*. Lake Butter LWCI doubles and a single, John Watson, McDonald's was scheduled to play
Baptist 1-6.1-3. First Baptist Gold 1-6, v*. Hampton May IS LWCI vs.Lawtey who collected a triple and a single In Hampton,and LWCI was to go against
13. I' r+' rII Poor Boys.', Lake Butler vs. two trips, Steve Cox three singles In the Lake Butler Merchants. The
Scheduled Games: May ISDomini 5 r Hampton. four at-bats and Johnny Powell.3-for- games will not be re-scheduled unless
vs. First Baptist Gold May 5 with two doubles and a single. their outcome will affect the league
16 !lope Baptist vs. Merchants. Hampton 13-Poor Boy s LWCI was led by Lee. 2-for-2 with a standings at the end of the.season.

Merchants-FB Blue Monday's first Men's Open League
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play Tuesday night, the Merchants score a 13-fl victory over Lawtey Poor Nationally
lined 14 hits to gain an 18-' victory Boy. I
over First Baptist Blue. .i. Hampton pitcher Eiland went the Gardens
The Merchants were shut out on two distance for the winners,allowing Just To Compete at Cypress
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hits by KB pitcher Cassle Riddick in y r 'r eight hits. -
the first two Innings but explodedafter Big hitters for Hampton Included Fifteen-year-old Karen Crosier of age enabling them to get a chance at
that with two runs In the third. ,,, Wilbur W.ters.101''' with three Keystone Heights begins her busy the feel of competition in their own
lour in the fourth, three In the fifth singles, Steve Cubbedge who laced water skiing season at Cypress ago groups. For this reaso
five in the sixth and four more in the a two double in four trips T Wise, 2- Gardens this weekend at the Junior Novakofskl undertook the project of
seventh for-3: with a double and a single, All American Ski TournamentMiss reviving the Junior program '
FB Blue scored two runs In the Douglas Brown 2-fcr-S with two Crosier the current National has lain dormant for 13 years i '
second fourth, fifth and sixth then singles Donny Wise with a double Girls Overall Trick and Slalom Competing against Karen In 1
added one more in the seventh. and a sine In five trips John Champ and former Junior Girls trick to 16 age division will be Whli
The Merchants were led by Vicki Ramsey, -4 with a double and a record holder, takes to the water May Whetsel, 14. of Winchester
and who 13 and 14 competing against other current National Junior Girls
Guinea and Nan Crews who both had single Eiland collected
The Merchants-catcher wait for a pitch: that never got there, as a Firs t
three singles in four champions in her own division. Champion and Southern I
two ninnies In five trips, and Sheila Baptist Blue bitter laces ground ball In Tuesday night's action. trips age
Cox. who had a double and a single Lawtey Poor Boys hitting was led "Many of'the top Junior skiers fromas Overall Champ: and Kim Wane.
and scored four runs two singles, and Donna Samons. who The Dominos sent 12 batters to the by Mike Wilkerson, with a double anda faraway as Minnesota will be competing Prior Lake Minn., the 1973 and 1!
First Baptist Blue relied on the had one single but reached base safelyon plate in their half of the first rappingout triple In three at-bats. and David in the only water ski tournament Minnesota State Overall Champ
hitting of Debra Alvarez who was 4- two errors and scored three runs. nine hits. Terri Parrish had a Devoe,who had a triple in his only trip In the country devoted to Just
for-4 with three singles and a double All three First Baptist Gold hits double and a single, with Joy Mains to the plate. them" said tournament chairman TRAY tl""TURE
and Martha Grable 2-for-3 on two were singles collected by Loretta Kathy Whitehead and Linda Lunn Lynn Novakofskl.who is also the show
singles Ross, Candy Costello and Melani each adding two-base hits. Pam Klsh, McDonald's 27 LWCIS director at Cypress Gardens. l See Chief Kelly US Navy Recruiting::
!;KDYVAKDS 15-FB COLD 3 Morris Marie Griffis. Cathy McAlpfne. and In Monday night's second Men's Not since the Junior Dixie Station Starke *
Betty Jean Hudson contributed Open teague game, McDonald's Championships were last held In 1905, *
The pitching of Jerri Lane and the Monday 10 A.M. Til 2 P.M.
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Baptist Gold in Women's Dominos exploded for eight runs in
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Lane limited the Gold to three hits Hope Baptist 177.
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I I '11ymplans, Simians, iieJK. ,irst. Place I I ,j/fpiants/ : First; in. National League Baseball ..\\1

week The Olympian went 29 tot the Blaln* Dyal Had a triple for the also had a double rapped a single and .. "';' ;' ,
and the'Civitana went l-0-l to Merchant. advanced: to 2nd on a fielder'choice, "e uiant. went iHilor the..'WtIek and.TImmy 1\101I bid single and
,move Into a Ue for first place''in Dixie Bruce Massey then reached aecond-,. I remained In first place III the double In tile loal. "Ule.A.lel.Bra1. a hm mitt n VInce Culverson ad Md .II
Youth baseball, aponaored by the OLYMPIANS fr-SONICSl when the left fielder misjudged hli'fly.ball. t Youth NaUonal league baseball triple and a single to the attack.
Starke Recreation In Dixie Boys League play and Southerland cored on theplay IIIOm by the Stark Recreation Tony Dip went the distance on the
Current SUndln.-'ovKL: J.O.l, Thursday, May 4, the Olympians ment In a Right of close, welt-played' ball mound for the Dodger, allowing she I
OlympiaDS 3-0-1. Sonic 1.4, battled to a 3-1 victory over the Bryan Camp had two single for the he Dodgers, I-I. grabbed second games tlM National League Angel hits and five walks.
Merchants 0-3-2. Sonic Sonic, and Mitch William slammed after a win over Lawtey Blue 0- opened with a Youth the Lawtey Blue was paced by Anthony
Scheduled! ![ Games: May 10 -Sonia Chuck Johnson fired a flv -W tier for a triple. JaC8 Brave In Dixie Friday Williams who had a home run, triple ,
', vs: Merchants! May CMtan v*.. the winner and Pat Southerland :For the Olympian, Chuck Johnson/". Standings Giant .1.1, nlKhl,,May e. .and single In four trips to tha 1>U<*. ,
Olympians, May IS Merchant v*. allowed five hits while taking tile los went 3-foc-3 with two single and'.a,:. ..3. Lawtey Blue 3-3. Pirate three The Angel scored got from three singles and GIANTS II-PiRATF.1U ;
avitaM. May '16 Sonia vs. for the Sonic, double and Clayton Norman collected Qo&-l. runs second baseman In Dixie Youth National LsS guu t 1
\ Marty Irons, with Mike
Olympians. The Olympians opened the scoring two single while going 2-for-S. !Scheduled! Games this week:: May and Sam Griffi Colvin action on Thursday May 4. theQiimtft ).
11Pirates adding
CIVITANS J-MERCIIANTS: : In the second, when Johnson led off ''! vs. Dodgers, May 12 with two hits apiece more puch shutout. the Pirate over the last Uirw
The Clvltans and Merchants the Inning with a single lie stole glanl* vs. Lawtey Blue, May 16 innings to grab an 11-8 win
fought Tudy O'Neal led off the with 1
to a 3-3 ju? In a ln-hortened second base, t then advanced to third OLYMPIANS II-MBRCIIANTA3 ',JUIant Dodgcr* *vs.( Pirates)., Lawtey Blue va. ')me run and Jeff Coltrane game knocked a The Giant used 14 walk and six
Pitcher' duel on Wednesday. May 3. ort a passed ball. A squeeze bunt by In Dixie Boys action Monday May .| Lawtey In two more rune In the first inning hits to core their runs, while the- i
.Scott Allen struck out 15 Merchant Stephen Little brought the runner 8, the Olympian used 11 hits to grab r.saDta.edsen7 with a double. Pirates had six hits and were wiled
while giving up only two hits In five home.In an 11.3 victory over the Merchant in National League Dixie Youth For the Braves Kenny Dewitt five walk. i
Merchants 1 work. Eddie Winkler of the the 3rd Inning, the Olympians Chuck Johnson went the distance on\ play Tuewlu/hlght, the Giant scored Vndrow Davis, and Tony IlilllarriBach i Hitter for the Giant. were JaM IJ '. I I
struck out seven Clvitans cored: again when Randy Parado the mound for the winners, allowing s seven runs In the first two Innings and rapped out two singles, while Bennett, l-for-3 with a lngte; Mike
during! live Innings of four-hit walked and then stole two base Aftera six.hit,* and five walk. :. held on for an e-7 win over the Billy Belts collected a single and a Water, '.for'" with a doubleItlchie II
strikeout, Clayton Norman's single
pitching.. Dodgers. double Fender l-for-8 with a single; Andy. e
Kenny McNeal went 2-for-4 for the brought him home. Olympian hitter were paced by ,.The Dodgers opened the scoring i In Each teem had only three errors In Chaff, 2-for-a with two doubles; and S
plvitan with a double and a triple. The Sonic scored their only run in Johnson 3-for-S with two singles and a the top half of the first, scoring four the game Chris Campbell, l-for-2 with a single ,
the 4th when Pat Southerland; who runs on five hits with Vince Culver The Pirates hitter Included
double Johnny
double Kenny Clark, with a
t! ....-,..- and a triple; In three trips to the plate, ;'-,illCJns'l;, two-run double being the big DODGERS UAVVTKY BLUE Brown 2-for-3 with a triple and a I li j
r Dwight Slaters and Ricky Sullivan, who contributed a f 1'\Ii\\, blow! In Friday night' second game, the Ingle; Kevin Grlffls. l-for-4 with a I
double in four st-h to J TIIeGlantscounleredlnthelrhalfolhe Dodger came out on top of Lawtey double; Randy Wheeler, '.foro! with a ;,
/( \ first,utilizing error, two walks, Blue 11-9 in a seesaw battle. Ingle; Kenny Holmes, 't-for-2 with a I,,
Food ; Seat and a single by Richie Fender to score Tom Denton led the winner, going si ingle;and Robbie Boone. 1-for-l with
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Blaine Dyal a two rune :.t-fnr-4 with two single and a double. a single., !
single with one RBI in three atbatafor '.yr The Dodgers then scored one In the I

7 A..Open M: 12 PM u.S.aWalnutStSUNBEAM 301 S.. Watkins the went Merchants 2-for-3,with while two Emmett single ,t f,.,i)y second fourth,but two they In the were third shut and out one in In the the Lawtey Gold Tops Mets ;' t

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Vince Culverson of the Dodgers Lawtey Gold vs. Angels (Lawtey), Mets sent 13 batters to the plate In the
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99 I
non-tilt CHAIR with 5x5 slats. 38

NO.743 102.H88 9 .

Reg. 13 99ECKERD _ _ _ _ _

FACIALTISSUE PARTY POPSFROZEN ,
CHAISE t .7-QUART: ZIP WAX ... j
No.343fleg.. 20 09 PARTY, :TREAT t CAR"" w !I\.....;.
Box of"200.2-ply sheets Choose PORTER MAKER
wh.ia or pastels. Reg. 49- WASHrtle
Heavy duty foam Makes 8 frozen
Lund 3 .
j i with rod handle Unbreak
r III. ell Holds a six-pack. o able Reg. 1.49 Wax Reg.;a9 washes!


4 PEDESTAL HIBACHI 77e88treats. 99C if!


12*x 16"with 16' YAAA
high wheeled
1288 stand. Chrome
'
: plated grill. 18-INCH ROUND SHELL COFFEE TREE
c Reg. 16.88 t BRAZIER ANT& ROACHINSECTICIDE PLANT _
GRILL KIT
CHARMDETERGENT 1 Includes Terrarium,
,.
Aesembleewithno 15'h-oz.aerosol Starting Compound,
tools Plated 3 level Kills most crawling
Colombian Coffee
grid & ribbed bowl Insects.
1 Seeds with complete. ,
32-oz.or lemon liquid'Reg Pink 49 each Limit, 4 y ? 12QUARTCOOLER ,w,,u,

CHEST 3orllr.9h9.7Aeo. 7'9L'm C 1
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29'"x4B'*P.V.C. TAMPA..... LADIES
SURF RIDER SWIM GARDEN

29"x 48"PVC/fabrlc MASK GLOVES
surf rider with rope -
= Va-GALLON handle&I-beam con. Quality rubber Heavy duty .
( ) struction. Reg. 7.99 wide view tempered \ cotton with tight lit
glass lens. Stainless cuff. Reg. 88 paUr;
FLAVOR ROAST PICNIC JUG steel frame. Limit 2 pair
58 Model E1700 Reg. 5.99 --.
BLANCHED 38Heavydutymolded :
9 2/88cJ.
PEANUTS easy 39
Ing and IIlIlng.t2.01.18r. t
| Dry roasted Reg. 1.99 '
no sugar or oil l added -
L' Reg. 119

%-IN. x 50-FT.
McGRAW EDISON
R 88C GRASWHIPWEEDERTR1MMER 'GARDENHOSE POTTING one ORTHO
SOIL SEVIN

Durable nylon reinforced ./ 4-quart.* DUST tna
Designed for easy one-handed use.High i Reg. 69 each
speed rotating monofilament line trims a all weather I Limit 2 4-lb.bag with
around trees scrubs Reg.garden 9 99 hose. 5%Sevirt.
LI 1.98
mnmL: Reg. r.
3588 1799 28
1 ,_..
TURBINE SPRINKLER,
PUREXBLEACH Even water distribution. ''

Reo., $169 .. .
I -, .. '.' ,: > ., ..

1-gallon plastic bottle.Gives you a "' THERE'S AN ECKERD OPTICAL CENTER ..THE STORES WITH THIS-SYMBOL
whiter, brighter wash. Reg. 89 ,, -- SALE PRICES GOOD THRU ;1ECKERD COFFEE SHOPS ARE LOCATED IN STORES WITH THIS SYMBOL .IE:
Limn 1
SATURDAY MAY 13 .
D'III. OPEN DAILY 9 A.M.til 9 P.M

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00 Body- Silk. Foam Bath h UMB only 2 cups of oil.Non-eUok MUSK OIL 1 SPRAY
1 Limit 1 coating Inside ami out Snap-on lid, i the provocative
lift/drain scoop. Reg. $19.89HAMILTON earthy scent of musk oil.
I 4.SO value. Limit 1

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FASHION
.. BEACH!
STATIONERY :
,,
CROCK WATCHER
Many design
2/ for your notes sand 8-qt removable
letters. .. ; crockery liner. See
FOR Reg. 59< each' r+ thru glass IIdJt'leg. +
kris- L. I 2' 599 /' 29.98 Model 417 fii '
v+ ; V FASHION MARLS'STATUS

j! CHAINSREVLON I, /k/I/ I

GILLETTE J c i. gold Avarlstyoliblsaln or sliver onemetsl.' "
CRICKET LIGHTER Oppp r 288 Reg 3.50.LImit 1
I 1 CONAIR
Hundreds depend : .
V/ e stile: lights.:: AdJustSTVLERIDRYER. 1 '
able (llame.
; 8 Unbrsak-
8 Pro 1200 watt
FOR Reg. each able. Two temperatures. t.h I
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,g?: HOOVER INTIMATE EAU FRAICHE I
Lovely dresaer'iccsseorles
:: lipstick holder,hand COLOGNEHooveres
Including
!iit'J. VACUUM &
199EACH and ( <
boxes
mirrors powder i I
'II more. to .'."flht every Mom. 1Vt-oz.A fragrant scent ;.
ATTACHMENTSLarge. 1 0 0 any Mother would lovel) s
: '! throwaway -, Model 4183 I 1 Limit 1 4. e ,
,/f bags. i 4
.:. .IDIA....,..._& Instant rug ad .i
!1 D'95 justment.RollsPAN.i.HOSE
NUDE I I, : easily wheela.Reg.e9.99 on large


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All nude style ol super sheer '
., <<1: Wonderlon' nylon.Assorted
69 shades. Style No. 200 CLAIROL MAKEUP
Reg. 99' pairNORELCO -'J1 LADIES'

MIRROR MIRROR FAMOUS BRAND ,

- Hang on table.on wall Regular or put and'magnifying. W A T.CH ES '
.Glare& h >, st se-!eer t'-
a :
LADYBUG .1 Eioo..rro"far ae
" .JI..tA'DIES'SHAVER'" '399 1ogtr'MHetIRIW't"Reg. 19.99 ( a sortment of dress '-'
casual styleswith
--2'3'88 end
-
: 1'1,: \ ) various band
/ft. Exclusive shaving head Great for Moml!
,- M/7 gives truly close, comfortable .Reg 28.88,
; 169 shave. Slim
;.t travel case. No. 2127'
Reg.1999 o NORELCO NAIL DAZZLER
; ,Shapes,files cleans,polishes&buffe.Cornea ,
with 5 attachment heads for profesibnamanicures
& pedicures. Batteries Included. Reg. 12.99
"'
BANANA o NORELCO CURLY Q .

_., BASKETS .. Curly Reg. 12.99 Q wand sets curls with mist,quickly&easily.' WHITMANSAMPLER l t

.,, ,,.. vrJ sw
Display your favorite plants
CLAIROL MOISTURE LOVER / _
In these attractively styled. yr'
banana baskets. Use Indoors 4 Qlvea skin stimulating massage as It applies CHOCOLATES
or out i creams or /lotions. Model MM-S
-r i.Ib.of chocolates
,
''% 10-IN.SIZE' Reg. 12.99 '+ ,I llcon.
? Reg.$4.95.12IN. ................. ...' ....388 ,..r t you factions. !" Reg.to.I.h om
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%' ,. SIZE 88 YOURCHOICE ,
$5 95. ........."..........
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GALAXY (
PYREXBAKE- CIRCUS OSCILLATING ;If.: FLASHCUBES I "

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PEANUTS
; 3 cubes. 12 flashes
. A-ROUND Your choice 10-oz. FAN c Reg. 1.39makes
rise In tube. or 9'/i-oz.assorted. Two dS adjustable. .
bread plain
Watch r2 39.99
bread each 5"Reg. j \
proof rack holds Reg. 59 Model J'
Oven
Brownl It evenlY easy to, minimum.tore. 2 8se >. 8 8 9ge. CHs
FO 34. I HAMILTONEIEA
PROCESSOR
FOOD
'y
777'Q : DRY MOUNT appliance will chop,
Versetlle
PAGE ,
10 Boughs
mix bread
.., ALBUM mince puree On/ofr
PHOTO blends, pates and more.
89.99
., f% momentary switch. Reg.
securely
EVEREADY j\ Holds prints :

-- ,S BUBLETS ALKALINE"CBATTERIES or"D" ". without or messy paper glue.corners .

Reg.2.99 1 5988

NESTEA I'ELMER AIR!: '. ; ,Forfl.shlightS.tOYI.& 'x rICE

INSTANT mouthbe..ndlascholceotj' some small apPlla"1c.P'ack LCfl
of two."
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\fi4J, Get white an film extra developed and printed. |you Buy want.only NO hassle was .' ,
,,, even it the pool
....tom,, TWICE THE FILM developed+ t and prns,buy two rolls.. in the p+cture =
.... you pick up your tort regular price of one. r .R
when him
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"aRe8D TELEGRAPH Merit. 1978
__ ._ _ __u__ ,_ Jn .-

'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF to serve a copy of your written defenses, L_ aa.s. NOTICE Of SUITNOPBOPEfrtV or attorney, and the amount claimed If ""ANT AD.
the. delm la due the date when It .
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA If any to It on Byron Block, Esquire not yet .
ROBERT C. WARNER, end MILDREDS. plaintiff's I attorney whoM addreaa la To: Latcnar: t Pull 4401 DIIchIe\ will become due anal be Mated. If the
WARNER, his wife. Plaintiff' vs. 1206 Universal Marlon Building Poet and you are required to serve a copy of Road, Savannah, Georgia. cWm Is contingent or unliquidated, the -/ I 1 I '
MICHAEL J. OARVEV and DIANE J. Office Bon 1006, Jacksonville Florida your written defenses If any. to M On nature of the uncertainty aha be stated.

GARv-EY' ,Hi wife; UNITED STATE OF 32201. on or before June 19. 1978, and petitioner's attorney, whose name and YOU ARE HEREBY HarrIED that an IT the dalm la secured the security thai!
AMERICA Defendants. tHe tha original l with the clerk of this address .la JAMES T. NORTON, P.O. action for Dissolution of Marrlaga .has be described. The claimant shall deliver LOST: BLACK MALE,
NOTICE OF ACTION Court either before service on plaintiff's Box 696 Orange Park Fla. 32073 on or been fled agalnat you and you are required sufficient copies" of the claim to the dark Mssll' Chla*** Fee;. .leas lath
".. Michael T. GrIMly attorney or Immediately, thereafter; before May 11, 1978,end file tha original to serve a copy of your written to enable the dark to mal one copy to *aMt*lkk.s.i1s. UateeCcutj
Residence Unknown, otherwise a.,default win be entered with the dark of this court either before defenses, If any to It, on'the plaintiff's/ each personal .representative. : Hlh rawer*
service petitioner's! attorney or Immediately All Interested In the estate to .rr..... 5/11 SIB* S/1S
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to against you for the relief demanded In on attorney, whoa name and address la persona
foreclose a mortgage of the following the complaint\ or petition. thereafter; otherwise a Judgment J.J. Wofbert, Jr., P.O. Box 10TM. whom a copy of this Notice of Administration -

property] In Bradford County, Florida WITNESS my hand and the seal of win be entered for the relief demanded In Smoke, Florida 3ZOB1. and file the has been mailed are LOST OE STOLEN '
AH that portion of the Vilest 1/2 of Lota 1 this Court on May 4. 1978 the petition. original with the dork of the above styled required, WITHIN THREE MONTHS .
WITNESS hand and the sad.. of FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST Ie ..... '
and: 3, with the fractions attachad. In GILBERT S. BROWN. my court on or before June 8, 1878:: other. Las TfeanaUrjr *** ,.
Block 18 In the Town of Starke, more At dork of the Court. this Court on the 13th day of April,A.D. Was a Judgsmant may be entered PUBUCATION Of THIS NOTICE to file Hit'*. ta Starfce...brews sad '
particularly described aa follows: By: Beulah M. Moody As Deputy Clerk 1978. against you for the relief demanded In any objections they may have that white leissle
Gilbert S. Brawn,,Aa Clerk of the Court; d&hsrtgesthe validity of the. decabM'swin Answers te BUBS Prtaaa.
6/114tchg 6/1 the complaint petition.' .
.. ..
the of tha personal .. pot *f I .IW.*
Beginning at a point on the South tine on WITNESS my hand and the seal of qurfficattone REWARD: OrFEBED.
CaR Street 83. 1/2 fen Westerly from IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF By: Beulah M. Moody. Aa Deputy Clerk r said Court on May 8, 197& representative, or the venue or Jurll< COUNTY FLORIDA 4/20 "otchg 6/11 ,; GILBERT S. BROWN lion of the court.
the Northeast corner of the said Block BRADFORD 514 lieMOBILE
18 thence run Westerly along Call Street Civil:Action No. At Clerk of Said Court ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS, AND OBJECTIONS ,

:30 foot thence Southerly at right angina In re the Marriage of ROBERT O. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH I.. By: Marlon MR e, As Deputy Clerk. NOT SO FILED WILL. BE HOMftffjg.f
to CaN Street 106 fact to the point of WHALEN husband and ANN SINGLE- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA- Ifs! 'J t 5/11 4tchg: 61NOTICE FOREVER BARRED.
of Of
Date the first publication this
beginning upon which is situated that TARY WHALEN wife. AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY :
Notice of Administration 61178.
certain brick building formerly known aa NOTICE OF ACTIONTO OF'INTENTION Andrew J. Wilkinson :
the N.J. Jane Store and ROBERT O. WHALEN
property more : ACCEPT BIDS :
Aa Personal Representative of tha Estate
ACTION
recently known as the Futch Building Residence: Unknown CIVIL
Case No. 78-180 The)Oty of Hampton Florida, has for of Amanda Blackburn Deceased '
sale one 1973 Chevrolet Bel-Alr, ID No.
has been 'filed against you and the United YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for DOROTHY J. POWELL, wife, vs.
1K89H3D106460, used aa a police C*'. ATTORNEY FOR PERSONALREPRESENTATIVE
States of American and you are required dissolution of marriage has been filed LETCHER L. POWELL, Husband Any Interested party la Invited to submit :

.. .. .* mgggmaai fit m tBMBBSl H Hi _BK1B1I 11.1100011I salad. bide for the purchase of the said James R. Flynn
- -- -
veNde. Pierce & Hardy P.A.

1--- We Have The I. Interested parties) may Inspect the P.O. Drawer 1030
vehlds by contacting the Oty Clerk. All Starke, Florida 32091
bids should be sealed and delivered to 6/1121chg 6/18
.
the dry dark prior to the Meeting to be W'llrnJU1LOOTIN

.. perrrrfectHome held on June 13 1978. The City Council NOTICE

will consider all bids at that time. Robert T. Elliot has made application

The dry Council reserves the right 10reject 10th.Bradford County Zoning Board for
I I any and all bids. redaaaifcaton! of the property describedvwiowfromR1CtoORTwenty(20) w Bulldozer Work

For You At Mary Lee Aden CIty Clark ( ) acres Large or Srnai(

6/112tdhg 6/18 located 1/2 mile East of city limits on ,
North side of Laura Church Road In *Land Fill

: Section.Township 8 South Range 22
JOHN BROWN'S *n IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR *PondsWILBUR '
t BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA East, parcel! 2164 to .use for norman
WATERS::
PROBATE DIVISION agricultural operations.This
I I IN RE: Estate of AMANDA change In classification la subjectto '4-4M1
',' BLACKBURN Deceased a public hearing to be held on
MOBILE HOME CENTER eea W. Msdlion 8t. Stark
r6 Fie Number Tuesday, May 30, 1978 at 7:30 p.m., in
; [Division the County Commission Room in the 0,192.9699BIIASINGTON
Bradford County Courthouse. At this
Come See Our H NOTICE OF time all persona interested stall be heard

ADMINISTRATIONTO for or against the proposal l as specified:/ .
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMSOR In the Zoning Code of Bradford County. Cadillac -Oldsmobile

I DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE Jerome Johns Sales&Service

D,4'OMES ,, ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS Chairman Bedford County Zoning Pine Selection Of Used

{ INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: Board Cars Taken On
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFED that the Jerome Johns, Chairman
t administration of the estate of Amanda Bradford County Zoning Board Cadillac Trades

OURS HAVE A ''nllnrS! Blackburn, deceased: File Number Is 6/11 Itpd 2001 N.W.13378-5301

pending In tha Circuit Court for Bradford GAINESVILLE

I ONE YEAR WARRANTY lUlU ww' I County, Florida Probate Division the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH
f address of which la Starke, Bradford JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN REGISTERGAS

County Florida. AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.
TAKE( THE TIME TO LOOK The personal representative of the LP
: ,_ :: estate la Andrew J. Wllkeraon whose CIVIL ACTION
address Is At. 1. Box 377, Lawtey. Case No. 78-148 308 S. St.
Florida 32 8.The name and address of 964.5888

I WE HAVE 8-12-14 & DOUBLEWIDES IN NEW l I set the personal forth below.representatives attorney are va Ivfchael Woodrow Callan, Plaintiff Cash & Carry

USED & REPOSSESSED MOBILE HOMES All persona having claims or demands Clara Rife Callan, DefendantNOTICE Dock ,
against the estate ere required, WITHIN

THREE THE FIRST MONTHS PUBLICATION FROM THE OF DATE THIS OF NO PROPERTY OF SUIT- Home Delivery Of

i JOHN BROWN MOBILE' HOME NOTICE to file with the clerk of the TO: Clara Rife Callan, 211 Jordan &

I CENTERJ above court a written statement of any Drive Smithfield Virginia, 23430. Cylinder
claim or demand they may have. Each YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
Bulk Gas
Hwy Keystone 473-3775 claim must be In writing and must Indi- Dissolution of Marriage has been filed I'

. e . cate and address the basis of for the the creditor claim or tha his agent name a against copy of you your and written you are defenses required, if to any serve to PI 1.0114.004), Hankerun,B. a,.1,Box IM Stark

it, on the plaintiff's attorney, whose 1-"".0011, Hayi, Jeanatte Brand*r ItaaMy.,
and address la Hon. George H. M,.. w..., Breaker, PI ,
name 141014921, Humet, '.. Ann*, Stark. PI>l
Place P.O. Drawer 1030; Starke, |.|iar./ lt. KIn, waller M. er OI or la 5.lt.*.. ICI<
I iNVNTDPiVSTOREWIDEISTOREWIDEISTOREWIDEISTOREWIDEISTOREWIDE Florldlo,32091, and file the>original! with o en. _...._.. ....Il '.: .1' .**- '.,try, u" .,11..1
the clerk of the above styled court on or ,.0....0022, Landrum. T. Frank, Itarka, ..,.
'.010"."'", Leone, Mary, er Jotaan.
before May 29, 1978 otherwise a Judge. .
14711 ooor. Lion'' Club, It.'.., PI
ment may be entered against you for the 14101.0010. MIcMalehuk, Olend J.
relief demanded In the'complaint or '..10......, M....... Bane. ..
: l-ll740lf Mu'...... Dawoy or Byre Guy.L.,,
I'i -=ILIEIIIRllIUlIE petition. Oranam; PI.14101ooM:
WITNESS my hand and the seal of Pigs J.W.
said Court on April 18 1978. I 010I-OOII, ...tt......, Leroy
t Gilbert S. Brown Aa Clerk of said Court 0101-001, lampion, Harold' or Bdna, Ben M4,
...,.., PIIOI01OOI1.
Marian McRae As Deputy Clerk.
By: .
Illcon, Charles' M. or Mrt.MIW4ail
4/20 4tchg 6/11 Itarllno Naomi ATP, Dennlt ".
OVER FOR Route I So. t7. 't.,... Fl,
HELD
SALE 0101-0001, tub.D.... Club' .
'I41II-OOIO Summon, William H., COO S/I Iaancho
NOTICE Molal,, Stark*. PI.I .
BRADFORD COUNTY ZONING gioi-ooil. Telitono, Linda Allot or Smith
ONE MORE WEEK BOARD Is advertising for reclassification Paul T.I002f00ll.
of the property described below from Thompson1trost, ".0. Ices err
It.,.., PI.
y'k R1A (residential) to OR (open rural) 1.0101-0014, ThraiHer. Joe N.
r approximately 640 acres In Section 19 ..0029-.012. Turn Pike Motel 210 N, Cherry ant
S and 318 acres In Section 20 Township 6 It.,... "I.1t0'.1J4..

1 LADIES OVER 4,000 PAIRS J" South Range 22 East, Northwest of the St. Slarkt. PI,..Underhlll. Bit ol Paul, 'li Francis I

city limits of Starke on the right and left '..021.I.ul..n.,Owen. or Blanche. sea laf, I
KNIT MEN'S KNIT j of St. Rd. 229 (Brownlee Rd.) to allow 't.,.., PI.I4IOI400... I
PhilI4IOI4K
normal agricultural operations.This > Vltiky I
>, ...
Wall J or Haiel
change in classification la subject 141014014. Wall John B., Ill '
SLACKS I II \. to a public hearing to be held on Tuesday I.J071-OOOI. W....,., Chariee .. !
SLACKS ; May 30,.1978 at 7.30: p.m., In the ...011....II,, Wllkaraan,, ..L. at I Sos tS4
Lawley. PIInformation
County Commission Room In the Bradford 'or
concerning the amount
"I County Courthouse. At this time all deftcrlptfon of the Property and the name and
persons Interested shall be heard for or add'...of the holder may be eotalned. by any eer.on .
II I l a '$2 $450 against the proposal, aa specified in the .poiMMlng an mtaraet lu It). property ftyaddreitlng
i % an 'Inquiry te GERALD A. LBWII
I Zoning Code of Bradford County. State Comptroller, Abandoneel Property Section.NN .
Jerome Johns Chairman Slate Capitol Tallenaue, Florida J2M4
Telephone. Number <_. 4I7-1W. Be sure l0msntOf
Bradford
: Pair Size 28-40 County Zoning Board $ account number, nam. and ........*, .1
I i IiIll Itchg 6/11 publlthed In this notice. Union' proof of ownership.
5 0
'li preiemed to the holder Sy July I, ) 7S. ,,,.
Size 44-52 property will be delivered for custody to th*
Pair .
NOTICS o*HAMS or PBHIONI Comptroller ol PlorM Thtreatter, ell further
I a a APPCAHINOTOBaOWNeBllOPASANDONSO clelme should' be directed. to tat comptroller *f
I PROPERTY. Florida.OIVALO.. .
Pursuant to Sacllan 11 of Captor Ill, Florid A. LIWISCOMPTNOLLIR
StatuMt, anllMaH "..'.rl... Disposition. at On- OF FLORIDA'
BOY'S. clolmotf Property Act,"notice It.......y.1....that >-4 rate S-//
LADIES fit t...parftttna listed........ppar to v*trto.......,.ofunclotmod
r \
parson*! or Intanslftla property
pr..um................THIS DOSS NOT INVOLVa' NOTICE' OF
SAL BfTATS.Account SPECIAL ELECTION
SHORTSPANTS Numkor l-stol-OMS, Apparent Owner. ,
Albert Ttamai L., Jr.. Stark PI. The of
City Council the City d
(..Oiol-Mlt Arnold' MtapH. H. or Maryon 5.,
...,... PI., Hampton, Florida voted to hold a
/AI01.Oolr, Baailay. M.L., ..,.., PI.lOIOIOOia .,.. referendum election to aid them In

iI I Reg. 4T9 1-01014001,. Sradlord mull. Anne MI-V Jane...,..Starke.., PI.ISIOIMM. ., PI. deciding which water system proposal
Srvit, C.V., liar*.. PI.lsiattoio to .acer>t.
\\\i/\iiI / $42 5$45Q $ oavli, Jim. stark. ..,. THE REFORE, a special election will

1I try. 350'Reg. PI..I-SM4-0017 I.I1S7-OOOI,, Donton Doue"" "M.O.Wayne., 111 or Cypreit. ,Snlrley., ftarka APT be usual held polling on Tuesday places June will be 13,used 1978.The and

I 'L Wayne Jr. P.O. ... 414, Stark, PI. the normal hours for voting will be
'.,. of $500t I..>o4.ol, Oyal." Nathanlol, Star Ploiite, observed, which are 7.00: A.M. to 7:00:
1LLt1 Pair Hamilton. Pi.MISTCOM... P.M.All
ragisteredvoter.of the
...,......, Mary Asm ATP Sobs. OtyrX
$075 Drawer. A. ttarke, PI14101ton Hampton Florida, are eligible to vote.
...rr..., Frank. ./...... PI Additional Information and sample
\\\t\\ \ MENS 1 M107400)Finn,Lliil APT,Barbara. Ann P.O. ballots may. be received from the City
... US stark*. PI., Cl
I.sld14531, Florida. Library. T'''.... A eoc.., tk.
ll' (lark.*. P1.54u1HS.Geskle'.
SPORT GOATS M/L ..H.L.,a,.I Bag del Lawtoy" MARY LEE ALLEN '

Flts'SSMOe..OeVl Memo Appliance. *. Hark*, Fl.. City Clerk
LEVIS ,...*,_. Grass, Homer C. Slarka PII4ar44l.
: ,Hanoy,...Iy.A.. So.all Stark*, Fl... 6/112 tchg: 6/23
Reg. 1980 $1 450 ,LLJ ZLP: .

NOTICE OF TAX SALE .
Were 6141'POn't

Notice Is hrby (I... that on the 12th day of May '1978 tMclnnlns at 12:00 Noea st
LAKE BUTLER Stark., County of Bradford State of Florid Ux ails. certificates will be sold ea tke
following- d..gdb.dsnd/ to Day the amount due for the taxes heroin sot oppo ite the
: Miss $1075 ..m.,toftethar with all,COM ol such sale sad *U.d.... Ualn... .

p APPAREL Description of Land He Twp Rg* Owa.r2838COM.t
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8W eor of N W 1/40' SW -
To '17". 1/4 E!:8Se'N SO'E!:100'for pob N 100' E .
r ; These Great 78'8 100' W 75' to Pob Lying N of Co ,
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Or Rd OeeeOr
101-297 22 6S ,22 M.ell" RubyE.L'
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1973 Tss
194.99
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1s i $13215 1974 Taxes $98.88 -3M.Rally.Tax Collector
Buys Bradford County,Florid
(Hpi| it
1 1976 Taaa 98.11 ./18 4t 5/4
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I Hampton Worries 'm: : .,. JJ .!T '

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About[ Police ProtectionCrime \ ., 'N.G .t OX' '


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and lack of police was the and the gas had all,been drained from IWW ,,p'liii" -TIi
topic for discussion at Hampton' the fire truck.Councilman. .' ,' \
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regular council Green told the
meeting Tuesday council .f x .
night. however,that he just finished the bars ::1 '1
r'I haven't seen the marshal since that would go across the fire station
last Tuesday" said Councilman windows, and said they would be
Ernest Green, and the citizens who Installed Thursday _H
attended the meeting agreed. Reports In other business the council: a $
from residents who said they had Approved a motion to reduce the ,
called the marshal because of councilmen's pay from $30 to $25 a ,, ? i i iy
prowlers or disturbances and had not month, no matter how many meetings ,
gotten any rmoonse. that would be held In that month. The
At the ,last regular meeting money would be put in a special fund +.Y "
marshal Ed Green told the council! to help finance the water system. I y
that he needed to resign, and recom Discussed the June 13 referendumthat
mended that Julius Eunice take over. will decide which water system
Recently Starke Fire Captain Dennis will be built in Hampton. The three
Rhoden was added to the Hampton choices on the ballot will be a system e
force. with fire protection, and system Iii.r\
without fir protection, and a m __
Mayor William Summers told the minimum system that covers only the JP ; :
council that he would discuss the Department of Environmental _
problem with both men. "We realize Regulation's minimum standards. "
It's not satisfactory it Isn't working Set a special meeting for June, at Pine trees reflected In water around mobile home!' near! Trail Ridge! waterShed -
out very well. 7:30 p.m. to discuss the water system. ." ..o on SK-18 rail of Stark!.
Jack Catoe reported that the fire Engineers will be present to answer .",. .., _
station hurl( been broken Into again any questions I
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I > Increased! Productivity .., E'iISLANP
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Only Cure.for Inflation : :
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Increased production was describedas one per cent, compared l to the 1947-68 aI; :
the answer to inflation by Gerald period when It increased 3.8 per cent __
D Moran, vice president of the John annually," he said. "In contrast '
P. Maguire Co.,a commercial finance Japan's rate of Increase Is Just /, ":;5j' SMOKING'
Institution of New York, in a talk at slightly less than eight per cent, I (
the Starke Rotary Club last week. Moran said that Inflation, which Is If i Ypll9 fJwflE tRgRATfOH
Moran, now semi-retired and a now the chief concern of the American K.. ..
resident of Kingsley Lake, Is a new people can easily be measured by the G '44a' ,
member of Starke Rotary and has had difference In rates paid today on WARNING'
40 years experience in the field of double-A bonds which are at a nine .
commerclailinance. per cent level. "Subtract the historic ., : ....... .:'' ;,"" y
rate of two per cent for the rental of ... '11II -,.+..
The speaker called for a return to money and it Is seen that inflation Is
hard work and better efficiency whichIs running at the rate of seven per cent '
the foundation upon which plus" the speaker said.
American business has been built. The prediction for the rest of the 1
"We had produced the'greatest year Is that the prime rate will remain j-
number of products at the lowest about the same, with an increase of no :
; price but today our productivity more than one-half to one per cent .
growth rate is less than eight-tenths of Moran declared.TerryBrown .

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> On Friday May 5.:Terry Brown was along with many others.
adorn In as University of Florida Secondly, he hopes to take, a Neither rain, nor hall, nor sleet....
(Student Government President and professional approach to student
I became the first president to come out government; to run It like a businessand
,0( Starke as far as anyone can eliminate the politicking. us?
\ ,.mebor. And his final priority Is to enhance WATER WATER.
}Brown, son of Millard Brown, was the quality of education at UF by ... f
orn In Jacksonville, but later movedIth lobbying for additional appropriationsand sar 4t
his family to Starke. He attended by Increased student i ',,1 ,
(Bradford High School and is married representation at college meeting.* r m ,
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.{lo th-former'BvleetaK U otJMBrlMMiSrown MMNM-trA"f>rvtliRff'. .Cttdmv.'in,the-.past .. ,; Jf.! '!? a ff" ati ;4
Is currently! a law student athe f has been 'who- cares? 'what does it "", t
UF matter?' Students don't really see ,
The 23-year-old law student said he how student government touches' their ".,I. ;.r.1.
,Wad elected by students who were lives." he said. -' )., ?y 3
(looking for someone who was really Road Foreman Ellington said that several rains since -y
(committed to a new direction in the flash flood had made it necessary to haul in sand from

student government. Keystone in order to get dry dirt for road repairs. y
"We're going to open up student
The 1am was pulled away from the outlet in Sampson
and it back to the
[government" give River last Friday. Ellington said, and the culverts are
[ students he said. .'I load of from Lake and
II_ taking off a full water Sampson
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Brown was an aspiring journalist at \
BUS. and worked for the Telegraph 3 7t.\jswamp. ,
und the Palatka Daily News. Seeingno ,.trr> !i;: dt.
future In journalism he took up ) _
debate at St. John's Junior College, Ir ? ._ _
and then transferred to UF majoring X i ,+r There's Self Service today but the two Handy Way supervisors, Janice!
in political science. ( Alvarez and Betty Jo Martin, lake! refuge:! on the Inland while wading out after!
Brown has three priorities as J;'1'f' .'";,' cloning the store! Thursday afternoon.

student government president. The I ," ,!- ._ .. ,, _. "
first Is the enlightenment of the ": 'w. -
1 .." ,, ,.\.!. 'L r1'i1 1IIIIiiJ .11II
population of the state to the situation
that exists In higher education. ,
"They have a choice to make. They r
con bring all the universities down to
the same level of mediocrity or we Brown
have two outstanding universities Terry
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. 11 barn Straight-A's ,.at .lSIt'l' .

Eleven of 750 students, or 1.4 percent Marie Best, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glllingham, Jeffery Marshall
earned straight-A's for the fifth Verl Best of Starke.. Vickie Lynn Johnson, Lori 'Ann Muse, Robert
six-weekx grading period which ended Carver,daughter of Mr and Mrs Jay Keith Schultz, Jeffrey Scott"'Taylor,
recently at Bradford Middle School. Carver of Starke. Tamara Ilene Donna Fave Tyler: Donnie Leon
The elite list Includes two sixth Denton,daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Don Wllk,>r"nn John Francis,' Riggs.
graders, four seventh graders,and six Denton of Starke. Regina Lynn "'" .
eighth graders. Sixty-five more McIntosh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eighth: ''grade: Louraes Castanedd.. .1' ri4 .,;,
students earned places on the A-B Burnie Mel tosh of Melrose. Karen Lorraine Michelle Chambers. Karen ta P '
honor roll by getting no grade lower Denis Thorpe daughter of Mr. and Joanne Chitty, Parlene Renee Cnbbs.:
than a B.Slralght.A. Mrs. Robert Thorpe of Starke. Beatrix Cummings. Constance Marie
students are: Ahonor roll students are: Davis Stacey Leigh'' Denmark. M r t
Sixth grade James Michael Tabltha Anah Folsom. Jennifer
Sixth Grade Christmas. Lori Ann Clark. LeAnn ,Gagnon Charlotte Geiger, Teresa
Tina Marie Bowen daughter of Flynn, Angela Adah Folsom Timothy Ann |ylarley. Nancy Jill Hayes Angia
Police Chief and Mrs. Jimmy Bowen Dodd Gonzalez, Linda Gravel. Jody Lee. Higginbolhon, Martin hunter I -
of Starke. George LeVasser, son of Lee Griffis, Angela Kristina Johns,
Dr and Mrs. James Penrungton of Lars Ann Johns. Belinda Joiner
Starke. Michelle Lynn Klmutls. Haun Ngoc Hope Michaela Jackson, Salathcia
Seventh Grade Nguyen,lana Adrienne Pollard. Mary Jenkins. Karl Kim Kramer Karen
!Maria Dianne Darley daughter of Ruth Richardson Theresa Elizabeth Klmbrll. Paremelle Ethel Lajoie. Lori
Mr.and Mrs. Ralph Darley of Starke. Ricks, Faith Roberts Teresa Mary Ann Lawson Kenneth LeNeaye.. Mary
Daniela Ann Rigby. daughter of Mr. Smith Cynthia Annette Sysskind, Catherine Martin Lois- Lynette -1Li I
and Mrs. ,Charles Rigby of Starke. Santlris Renee Wimberly,Julee Ann Moore Suzanne Newport, Randy ,
Robin Diane Stern daughter of Mr. Wise. Caesar Parado, Susan Gaye Sapp S i*
Mr Roland Stern of Starke. Seventh grade Susan Dawn Shelby Lynn Sellers, ,Vivian Alesla
Eighth Grade! Alvarez. Ethel Lorain Bass Diana Sheffield Ronda Irene Stern. Wendell
Joseph' Gregory Andrews, son of Leigh Crawford Thomas Reginald Tomlinson Nancy Lea WallaceandJulia rt
Mrs. Dolores Carver of Starke. Tina Crosby Lori Ann Flynn Katheleen Marie Pendarvis. : I


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Best Regina Melntoeh Tammy Denton, VlckleCarver and helps to get,then
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.I Friction Continues ]Between Brooker Council, Chief


Friction between the Brooker for additional fire hose off the table additional hose and nozzle. Pierce The question of who should have the
Volunteer Fire Department and town Tabled from the regular monthly said he had three quotes and the cost fourth beeper used by Kenneth Twins !''gle
council members continued Tuesday meeting in rll, Stalnaker would'be between 1.277 and(1.370.No was still unsettled In April the
. jnlghU May t, when CJ. Stalnaker did iuentloned fire hler George D. Pierce council approved giving the beeper to
I not make a motion to take a request whether It was necessary to have action was taken to sign a DO cost town marshal Tommy Kaulerson but
lease with the Forestry Service>'for a Pierce said the marshal did not want
Q. .. vehicle to be used as a quick response it Stalnaker said he would check with
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COU 5110 -- --- ;- unit Pierce said $2,500 appropriatedby Raulerson but he suggested "you get
Wood. Lenore Welty Lori McKinney, the county and included In the fire the beeper before the next meeting." I '
News Jennifer Johns, Jan Brooks, Erika department budget could be 'used to pierce said although Twiss had r
Gruen, Annie Loper, Belinda Melson. fix the unit up.e"illiamx. : ''It",] moved to Alachua County he still
Carolyn Eaves Lynn Holtzendorf, Stephanie "" "1! \o responded to emergency calls

!...e.i a Thornton, Laura Garcia Angela Votes In accordance with council policyall State ContendersThree
Harris. Angelina hall Sadie bills. not signed by at least three
Friday and Saturday were busy M Vurfy, Lorain Bass,Sheila Searcy members are disapproved for BUS girls who completed In the state track meet this puHl week (Fri
days at Ncyall Girl Scout Camp on Carmen Eaves.!: Also spending the Against House payment.Only Coach Jerry McCirlff. Marlun Putnam (IdllJfUII. Judy llunkrrson ((440->'d.
Kingsley. Lake when Junior Troop night were Barbara Ricks, Logan and councilman Steve Nipper Dash), Cindy Griffith (IWiO, mile, unit two-mile). and :Munugrr/; Kelvin frugrr.
hosted the Brownie Fly-Up Uubba Kicks. Len Eaves!: Kick Spending Measure' signed three bills totaling $92 for the
Ceremony, swimming and supper of Kimulls. Serena Clark. Jason Well)' fire department. Councilmen debated Dial -A-Teeii Job Program Is Established
campfire: stew on Friday. und Adrlanne Welty why the purchases dating back toP .. .
The Ceremony was In the Quiet A special thank you to those who Because it would mean a tax,.i*March were only'just received. "Let cot a job you need- dun?- ubove and-'list jobs. The- employment
Area where the Juniors explained the helped the campout Indirectly: they Increase next year Rep. Frank them sweat a while,"said Stalnaker. This summer you can Uial-A-Tecn. office, specifically Mrs. McAlpine,
hedges activities, the, Girl Scout were: George Hicks, Carman Early, Williams D-Crystal Lake, was one of In other action the council: approved phone 904-8(102.! ( Ill's a new program will find a teenager to do the Job.
Promise and lAw. Each Brownie Morris Williams. Piggly wiggly, 14 legislators to vote against the 4.1 to give city clerk Mrs. Eva Clark a being started by the local office of the Letters will b be mailed Friday lo
received her wings from her leader Harry Green. Jack Eaves!: Florida House appropriations bill. salary Increase.Mrs.. Clark asked fora Florida State Employment Service acquaint employers withthe
und then was escorted through an Power and Light Mr. Crlffls and Mr. The House bill was using$BI million raise from the $225 she was with offices (fn the old courthuuKv program.
arch of the Brownie Girl Scout and Geiger dollars of surplus monies, or nonrecurring receiving to an equitable salary with Mrs. Cathy McAlpine Is the person lo
American Flags. where her new Saturday (hone at camp were joinedby monies, for programs that the garbage man and the marshal. contact the...'. Mrs. McAlpIno says What Is needed
Junior leader pinned the Girl Scout the remainder of the sixth graders go on year after year, Rep. Williams A motion by Nipper for a $7 S The program Is ready to go now first Is employers to cull the number
pin on her for a Bridging activity, hosted by the 'explained Wednesday by phone from Increase was seconded by Stalnaker. i
Third graders flying up from Cadcllc troop. The scouts enjoyed the Capitol where House and Senate Councilman Gene Melvin said he t\
Andrea Abrams' Troop MM included swimming after lunch then assembled conference committees are busy this disagreed because if the council keeps .., .
I Marcy l-ec. Nannette Perry. Lisa In the Quiet Area for the Ceremony. week hammering out differences In going up on salaries, 'the next thing
I. Nettles Kim Thompson. Barbara After a flag ceremony the Cadcttes the two S6-bIllIOll. plus spending bill. .. the council will want a salary"
('aln', Troop 127 Included Laurel explained badges, challenges, wider The House bill puts $Ill million of a Approved was a request from
Alvarez' Sandra Cain Lottie Cole, opportunities and presented each Jli)0 million surplus Into programs. Nipper to purchase sports equipmentup
Lynn Barber Tara Marchant.ItarbaraMneleyS1ephanieSamsSue. sixth grader v Ith a welcome card they The Senate bill puts only $11 million of to $300 out of county recreation'
had made as they were greeted by the surplus Into the budget. The Senate funds already budgeted.
Ann Nettles Laura Crawford. Angela caddie leaders Gwen Gray and bill Is much more conservative which Nipper said currently the sports
Montgomery. Judy Dukes' Troop 311 Carolyn .Eaves. After the ceremony is why he favors It. Williams says program was working with 90 kids i
Included Donna Green. Tonda Moore, everyone wcs Inv'lcd: to share a large between the ages of S and 18.
Maria Thomas Stephanie Dukes. cake with inscription: "Welcome Sixth "I'm just not going to be a part of Brooker attorney Jesse Wolbert r
Marion Sutton Donna Younts. Pam Graders to Cuddles." funding programs when the dollars discussed with the council the first
Clark. Debbie Purvis' Troop 600 Crdet'cs\ participating were are not there," Rep. Williams states public land use hearing held in Starke '
Included Shelley Jo hall Sheila. Carmrr'aven!: Lorain Bass, Angela emphatically May I, He told the council It will have .t
Shannon. Shorn Carlton Tammy lIarr;". Angelina (Hall, Sadie the final say on Brooker's land use -
Crlffls. Angela Sysshind. Pam Mikel McDuffj.\ and Sheila Searcy. Sixth u s election year Williams pointed Clan, but must be present to have A
Amy Dowllng. Brooke Williams. graders included Lori McKinney, out, and politicians want to take part Discussed were changes to o
Wcndoe Hall. Willie Mae Randolphs' Annie Loper, Michelle Kimutis, in getting everybody's favorite commercial property along SR-18. c >
Troop 401 Included Stephone Hopper Theresa Kicks, Juice Wise, Missy program going. "I lust said 'no'." Members said they would attend teh
Tanner Allen and Vyunda Strong. Grlffls. Pamela Sams Renee second hearing May 15. /
J After the ceremony the overnight Wimherly. Lisa Blackshear Valerie Council members said they wouldbe
was enjoyed by Pal Wcltys' Junior llamm. Myra Cummings Monlnue\ The non-recurring funds In the willing to have a special called -/Gtra'i Ill
Troop 440. Janet Kimutls' Troop 605. Chandler Michelle Bright Vandy budget Is one of the main arguments meeting to discuss water system i
Carolyn Haves': Junior Troop 614 and Robinson Adrienne Pollard Ruth between the I louse and Senate. plank with an engineer that chairman 1 J)
Cudelle Troop 920 Scouts Included Jenkins The last four scouts are In A.B. Adams had been in cqntact with
Monicnic Chandler. Pamela Sams.Hence Kdnn: Aliens Troop 691, Williams says a recent story In the Mr.. Clark said she was told by the
Florida Times-Union him
Wimherly. Lisa Blackshear After another swim, taking down quotes as Department of Enviromental ,
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Michelle Klmulis. Karen Kimutls. tents and picking up the area Ice voting against a 6-mllion! Increase In Regulation It would be necessary to --
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Cindy Winkler Theresa Hicks Juice cream was made and hamburgerswere education funding. That Is true employ a certified engineer to draw
Wise Chris Went.Tracy Went, BrennaSkern. cooked for supper. A couple of Williams says, but he points that up plans and specifications for the
lirldgelt !Skecn.' Bonnieieiger. dirty, tired leaders and a lot of scouts particular amendment would have proposed water system modifications.
( Missy Griff. Myra were ready for home by seven o'clock meant cuts in school funds for the The council had originally plannedto
CiimmingH. Valerie llamm: Allison but all agreed it was great campout. counties he represents, Bradford. advertise and open bids at a public
Diiirrmrk. Melanie Wood Dianne almost another neighborhood event. .Clay! and St. Johns. meeting May 15.l' ,


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by Dolores MrngCOM.HATTI.ATIONS National Conference to be held In Mrs. Meng's 64th Wedding Sixth Grade-Brad Russell Shlan ,,
l"hnn"I.a II.IDII :\ Hammond. Indiana, from June 5-D. Anniversary. Relatives und friends Roberts and Diane Waldron
a. The Hampton Christian Academywon who attended the Mass\ and open Seventh Grade-Karen Helle. I II
I both their boys and girls softball house celebration came from Genoa.Day Monty Glisson and Karen Wilson. I '
games( on May\ 8 in competition with ton. Cleveland. Plqua and r
I James and Phyllis Henderson! llollister.\ Cincinnati Ohio. Father John! Beez. a 1EW STUDENTS:' I CENTRAL HEAT & AIR
tie parents of a son. James, Patrick lire Jesuit priest in India and a family Mitchell Lungford was welcomed to .
who arrived HAMPTON LAKE friend also attended the celebration. Mrs. Jean Clark's first grade class on I Completely
April 2:1: ul Shdnrts
Touching Maternal Mr.\ and Mrs. Handy Scoggins and Monday. His sister Angle is a
grundDiircnlh lloxpilal.are Wcxlcy and Nettie daughter April, attended the Dowling SCHOOL :SEWS kindergartner In Mrs Noelle Silk's Installed
_ Griffin of lIan'J lnn. Internalgruntlpurents Family Reunion on April 30. at the REGISTRATIONKindergarten class :
W.B. Howling home on Blue Run. registration Is in. 4
now 'FROM "
lire Mr. and Mrs.tlnruvc ,
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Henderson of Kill ford. Uc.>ttldl'lI 'an abundance of good food. progress at the school for children KIRTIIIMYS .
I'jifermil green grandmothers r1Hh i lilt, canoeing and Visiting uereenjoyed five years old by January 1.'1979. ,inftt 4 I. Klndcrgurlnorsenjoyed "'lhe ; A .4rWi.
are "by all who attended. thus eligible for school next fall. "birthday cake brought to school $
:Mm. lota !Smiley of Idiiford and Mrs.
"'rdilIII'IIc1t'rHnn of Illiickslicnr. Mr. and Airs. Eugene!: Meng and Parents( should bring along birth Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Judy !I 1' 69O :
(i""I'II.,1111I11'11. dlHllthlc'r.IIIc.'la.. visited Mr. and certificates and health records Archey honoring the following who I f
) 1'iilrick and bin Mrs.\ Russell Gilbert und daughter. indicating child has received required recently turned U years or age: Donna ,
parents arciwcKenllv Karen. In Micunopy last Friday immunizations. Harris Allison Ar hey. Timmy TON
In' h Air SYSTEM
living Hampton. Mrs. bauldree returned Phelps and Lena Ice \
Evelyn Loony
creamand .
I'alrick l"I'm\Jln'c'CI with CommercialCiirrierB ....
\ ANY NECESSARY I ...
In Jackson Ille.Mrs. homo on Monday following u three HONOR ROLL punch were also served during ((2 '
t (i lor la ClisKon celebrated her day visit with Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh The following students qualified for the party. WORK I
hh1hcl0lIIIY! K. Sturm's in Charleston. S.C. the A-U Honor Roll during the fifth six I
I\Ir.aIll11\1rs. I'uull\l..ng and Mr. week !grading period: l.l'S1ISl': : GAS HEAT '
I.ITri.KI.KAIil'KIkul : : : :Mrs. Francis Meng returned home First Grade-Tracy Bradley Tina :May I.VI: !)
The :News''i Bears baseball tram 1\1111Ulu"lIfler a weeks visit with their Uranium. Brian Davis Quinton Ford :MONDAY(' t sauce with rice ..REATPOMPS.ELECTRIC
\ mother.: Mrs. r'rcdu Meng. In Toledo Billy Home Gina Ruimondo. Mark green beans, carrot Mick, cheese HEAT
!U'lIlIrlitI'wilh the .
ups good
Khoden., and Shields. bread stick, fruit milk.
rI'KIIIIII of their \hake wile held InxlSaiuril.iy Ohio. Other family members present Holly cup.
Second Crude Diana Curdin, Tl'tSU.Iiced: OIL HEAT
In Starke. They wish to acre Kaymond Meng from Oakland turkey with .
(hank all who talked for them helpedIn ('lIhf.. Mr. and !Mrs. Kenneth Stotler Sandra Fricse. Debbie Helle. !Mmdy dressing, sweet pens sweet potato .SOLAR SYSTEMS
soiling and Hume who contributed. in who live in Saudi ,Arabia. and Dr. and llcrney. 1'om:1Len Jones Todd pone tossed salad biscuit milk.W .
Ohio. and Sid Russell. KUNKSDAY: :
Mrs.! 1'11111'IIIIII"C.11 of Huron Parker Pigs-ln-u-blunket.
IlIlhl' of their sale11sr'rolt
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tiny any Hiifi'CHH On Friday evening their cousin. Third Grade-Tumm>' I'c.'('pi ell, cole slaw, baked beans, applesauce -- -...
Father Eugene: Wuirin. who Is u Sandra :Mellon Sean Smith mid Kim cookie, milk. .

/hut Ik..th1I1I1I1t spent from Friday .II'"uillrl,1! in ,'plllllllcllsc'urre'nlly"hul'lnj Smith TlIlltSIMllamhurC'r! steak 1 ,
until Sunday at I Ia\\icy visiting her ( at Loyola I'liixersity inCluciiKo. Fourth Grade-Ljnn How en. Amy: mashed potatoes, buttered corn
('Iark, Amyilliams and :Melissa cobbler
mint und uiu'U :Mr. and :Sirs Arthur onc're'el1111111: at the family peach roll. milk.
Thornton. and I rinixinH Donna Kay. home, Illiams.. FRIDAY-Fish portion, cole slaw, FREE HOME SURVEY
offered Fifth Crude-; Uremia Ha wok und 'buttered hush
f 1'11I"111111" \\a>'I ne. She also visited her Saturday Kalher Walrin !grits puppies, cherry
great grandmother :Mm. K\erl: >naSutitherland. MasH: at Cteu; Church in nliM-rx 114.1.' of Allen (Iunlll IIll'. 'cobbler. milk. ,

who has been J.. 4

time Iaispitaliied..1041| attending birthday Uelh tool parties a great/ ********************** ***** i ti I

Krid.iy night she urn) to ti parlv for J 1 '\\il
her "..""in. Owen J./ !Southerl.iml.' And UP4TO EER 10.2
Siilunl.iv; night the jmrly wax for hercousin Mother's Illt I Iilllll919
iinmiii;. Kay TlMirnlon.

I 11.1511'TII'IIItIST'I" \N ACADKMV: Day is 1'I
StmlfiilH of. ll.iiiiptoii) ChristianAi'iiilnm

alti-ndcd CliriKtl.ni the Third lUtmiilionStale : AnnualAtvelcr.iled I # We Have ( May 14th III IIl IlfllIl I

CiHifereiu'e in Cueim !Heai-h. i
Flnrkki. )1,11; -:\. TlM-re were 4i!I ACKSflHxilM ': iJiiiiiiiSAWYER
reprcxvnlcd.: the largest ACK':
Cimrereiuv stinkinere, in prmnl.the not inll Ox IT TIKI # Gifts For Her

Those aiming! awards from HOUR u i
llamnlon ('Iwhllilln1'11111'11I" were: GNU
.1.", :Aleut In iKiiyritinil non I 1st service M I119!'
'place for his t' IIII)'. "The Price ofF'reedom" Gire; Her A Wall Type'' air
ChaiuLi Mmnum look es tti
wvoml pKuv in SIII'J1intIIlIlIni,' Write On Wipe Off # AAuoiggaipsat ,
Briars ups a\\ank-d fourlh |place by $298 ll llil
playing (the naxaphnne: in the IU'mt'1 Tathi
\\iNxl\tind \Division .l.iy, Smith won # #
fifth. plaee in Ihe iota yard dash. The
Hainplini girls team laced third in #
tin- 440 yard relay. Team memlHTs Recipe 2'X3tOak *
"rI'lIlIrl'-I\I': ('illd)' Alderman.
Lisa Carter and I.MIII Walerit. # Box Frame #
1 IIlImlllIn 1 (Clirlslian( Academyplaced '
seeimd in merall academicuveriiges. # $ BulletinBoard "
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All first and second place ]J5 *

t \\inners are eligible attend Ihe ACKLKGAI : .

Y : ; > Air Conditioning Inc'
I. I e 4XQ $225 $869, #

PUBLIC NOTICEA rite Air ConditioningI -ExpertsStarke
public Mating will be held at the Cty '
Hall Stark" Fl.. Mon June 5, 1978 at 5 Thank You #
p.m.for the following purpose: Placing a Eaton Th
mobile home at the following locations: # *
Al parties/ will be heard at this time Notes *
1 I Located: : North Letter Hall property on 9641101crTr'

,,:' !" Faxon- CUr LaneI ParkerS # Stationary Off ic Shop #

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Half of the SE 14 of the SW 1 4 # Pen & Pencil
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Section 22 Township 6, Range 22 East 9645764II

+ #I continuing Crosby Chairman 20 acres more or .lets.Al 8 25% Off Sets *

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j Starke. Zoning Board I 110 W.. Call St Starke.;' Fla
i eternal Edwards :.) *

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MOBILE TW' u'B'Io',; 11.00'. 'M IRAUJblfthi TELEVISION REPAIR AT Rlfcord, laedrmacei til U1I Old. GARAGE SALE We W'ATSON-S HOUSE or TERWILLEGAR REALTY IS READY WHEN

HOME) ........ ......... La.'.', hmrieked, Pk*.. DISCOUNT PRICED: AT I I I i. AI."! ", Fanaar Mblte.. .... p>.e.um. ..e. Mevedl. Sollkig geed aced VACUUMS! M..,........ YOU AREINCOME

BPib 488-1777. III' 31cy 78S441Sll 2lpd 8/18 JIM'S FURNITURE 488Mais cad DeMT Beak Buldag.Ph. Phase 113.1311I. Inl ......tw.. ..tIt e., BMW.** sow ......... .eedlBBachkiBe .
.'..' St.. Lake Baler. 498S9SS. -' .. ...-11.1. Lake' Bade. ticks 6/16 held k....N.."' .... I teat. .........*. Eipertrepake. PROPERTIES .

: : ill'' 3/2 tl/kc 10/11 U/cbt ; : ....ISe to 120*. N.dealer. all make*. Fwta sad 1. Nollman/ homo, apartments cottage 82.3,000.
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W 44:000.k..l St.APARTMENT, I cbgd..1.lr..t.. F-, GRAN: TORINO.1973 Ford ....... (real 10 .... to IPJBJ ............ for ell .**... 2. Handsome offices. apis 101 N... / .000. .
: MAINES INSURANCE: SMItM WMPM. AC. PS. PS. .
.........N. pM. Pk.M 984498. .. SEWING REPAIRED MACHINES AB ...... AGENCY: 180 .. Lake A...., C.-- 8334M8. 5/11 Cert..** Sat.Drive. ,KeyeUae May 13.Club O.. A.,at.._..... G.404......NW... Pb.lath.. 1. S14 '. Epperson-4.p..., nice,"k>.. |.Jv/" ,7J.

> 8/11 It". 8/25 Lake. Butler, 4.8978..Ceeiplete 1111 COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES ,,..
THREE .ED.ooMS.111I chewed gilled awl adjeeled. Stake EaUtM. Call W... at 473- 378-7110. U/a.
..'.., ....-.'...1.. lire. 87 Workg.ara.t..d.Jam'Strbkla.deaser.5 ......... Service.ryai 3284 for .....tte... Itpdsm LAND FOR SALE/ Key.ateew I, "TuckH Drive In". 301 S. Ortaf, location.' .
I 8 BR MOBILE .... pUeo, .....a. kleckarkk.FcBced ......... BEL AlB CHEVROLET, 2.7009 to.ft. CB building !Prownlee St.
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with CH/A,.. L.#. GeM... yard 1029 Seaibgat Bead W Hwy H. & /.". \ ":1';_ T INS .....1. peed ....... H.I, ., Nice tree_ .. ISOLATED PARADISE I" '
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Hwy 100. ..... 4732722.NICELY : .... P.... "" .7816. NoaTHCAaOLINA-- eoe te 10 are tr IB
/tpd ant Drive Bear SS School.Stark. SIGN PAINTING, Fact I..te ee ky /e.1 MOUNTAINS 2.4 ..I.......... .. sow .*.... Wilson Rd.yet near town M heaeflful acres ofpasturelandcute
.. P.... lee ... .... JOE USHER Ilk >/ aaree
t- arvlee. See | .... late permit ..klfckoBie .
mess 984-S878. day Fray. AGENCY 498-1128 .r 498- .........., ...&&1.* sad > al a button home -I BR/ B.
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FURNISHED I BR Weld Flea Market. FORD OALAXIE JOOi ISM valley large waUrlallaearky .. sad eeeie cverlBeklake. CHftA pecan trees, barn, fenced. < .",

..p..... V llt". ..n........ S/25 Sa'.. ...., M..., Sill 4lp4 2-der, "AT PS. .... alee &r..., .Uvelykalldlag Priced. le MB with 27 LOVELY ACRES't ', I -

Nice private yard Bad .....- LOVELY MOBILE HOME* 8/1 2903.iliiiiili I : :; .. .1 treapertUea. 1391. P...... Bttee. peed ......, teraie from(200 dewa ,.I4O Noar Hampton Lake ft Rd. 1$. Well septic tank
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w.,. leaalre loa E.W..Ia Deaklewlde. Parkw..d 9844V823. IH 111iiffi'At'"Aiii" _....., 13.000, 8800 .... per *.t" Cee e>ortUIIreaUge Fla. Pow.r 848,000. T 1> ,>1", ,.1' ,
*. Av*.. 8&a.... SEPTIC TANK 4k GREASE : \ ; l ... ...-. H... .. SR-tl .vallakU.Owaar "
luralaked, .. large ...... I" "'
S/ll TRAP..._.. BMW lie.. 8T 1470Mavarlek MOUNTAIN CABIN 4 4734378. 3/30 llkg EXECUTIVE'S HOME- .
tl/ckg
'era.1' let. ......,... la ,,, . .. I
&4ss.nfRd.
B.Ble. Je Pereytk, ._. Shaded ft situated JaiVot'-V.
----.-.---- ....... 3 BR, 2 barb laDy reaa 173 Rambler. tkle cakla b pktak.Fkt S NICE"A ii8i le"ciayCevaly by pines on
FURNISHED HOUSE (erected, 8E Hewtkeraewllk 431-1022. All ........_ CANNING PLANT 1909 LTD. 1987 CMC pickIfTJ .. .1...all the way I BR. 8200 .*... geed The homo Is one of a kind... Traditional ,livingat ,

Silver Lek la Bradford C... ..... e...*.. .......&a .,lP.!eebted. 3/31. .U/ebg! !! ,_ ASSISTANTS (2JS/br. .4 ... Far. _. ... BRADFORD SEPTIC lall-llaie leatptrery Auto Sale*. 782 1321. HHSll wall carpet, ready I* rev Realtor, 4734903. Itckg. 8/4 e
year...... .r .....r, ,, Mail *ee teappreciate. AFFORDABLE'P .
TANK SERVICE .....,... ad 2teaiparary p.rt4l.e, ail*. Nestled' .* ....I' )
..-....*. ...... 948-8934. Pkaaa. 4314888r .. .... Mad. weeded .att.. large deck ---wa.aaRAHLA Barkadalo homo 438 W. Madlson 833,000., .
ReeaieMlal ....-..&*. .... HAY
weekead Argoatlae.klckly .
4814079. -- -
Itpd 5/11- 5/11 lleke AI.. eeeiBJIerckd. sad hi- be dependable. ,write bgbly. --- ............ ... ...., very ..rt....... pkew. ...- 4 Bit. 28. CHaA. Owner will consider financing.
....trIaL Feet eervkoruraaleed. and ...1.. ..,...& ... MUSTANG I ....... private I3S.OOO. (780 ..... / FARM- f
---------- Pkeae 9848121.4tp4 ecarately.' E......... Isled 11.1, 302 new clutch, geed cad .....* ..... CABIN 1.U1.112L&! L-__ 40 ACRE
| FOR RENT Office, Spaeetc THREE BEDROOM prs.eeslag er food _. ., pale. sad holy, located. .. I.. ........ geed CHAIN LINK FENCE! .....". Rd. with coiy country'home ft trailer.
L..._. Blvd.. K.,. HOUSE 911 W, Pratt St., vice declrakle.. CealailSawaaaee .. rek-K,1700.sal 498Mi cee., lead la all weeded, supplies *.. ...&aI....... ,KINGSLEY WATERFRONT- '''''

Height. Apply Priest 8..... 1I.t.. ..... large .kltcboa -'--- River. ..EceaaealcCeaaell. / ). 4/11 &f./ .. alee area the. sable .la act Ph... the HaadyMaa, I-2B9- 1. 3 BR homo with dock ? .
.r P...... 473-3444 .r 473- .. Traak. and |ar...(. eellectleaki 3031. MaavOle. ./. &fl... largo Ftir entertaining.
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dialog' .r.a..ramly P.O. ... 19, Live r _.Iet.'" ......... .bet II I* '
4731. /."; .... wltk eating ..... CH Vales C..atyor mare Oak. Chelae data May. 19, 1916 HONDA, CVCC 8 eeaiplelely. dried la Bad I. Appro 70.200. plus I" ;.
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------- with Ball AC. pertlalycarpetd lalerBiatUB call .98-1. 178. Equal Opperlaally '....., HB. ".000 .a... Bveakle. whim. yea n.... ftp. GE'AIR CONDITIONER 2.3000sej. ft.homeduplex, apt. over. water.
KITCHENETTES 1 BR sad ...... Large 4/27 4tpd 5115DISABLED E....,... llckg 5/11 '92.700. See ......freei K.,. 2 BR. large deck everleekkig Used 3 ...t..... 110 .e.It..nl. Approx. 40 x 1200. ''

...... TV. AC. BlUUM le.eladed. ....... ...IId., ....., ckam elm Peat Onie. 4734M9.er ....t..... ..... Phase 944.7212. lUkg HAMPTON WATERFRONT-- .

Tetaly. ..aI......, II.. tossed yard. EeBlty VETERAN ACCOUNTING CLERK: : .13...... Biter 8 "... seeds te Bell{ (17JUM. (4.800 8/4 Two ....u.lfuillom" for the discriminating.
weekly, ...t"" rat*.. (2800 sad ..._. _,,. .. Wil.... eat year (..... IBewed (...1/..... moot be |&//.... dews sod ...... ..... '
T..." Metal. 880 N. .SG/... Caa .ke rellaaaeed I* help t.. ... .........1. cad raepaaelbbler Tke. **are a low el ...SjOOO UTILITY BUILDINGS AI WALK EVERYWHERE '820,010 Great

T.nple, Stark. P...... 984- FHA. Pfceee 1-912-43S-152Z. ...&aII J..... 473-2404. Ik. .*.........e el 1973 MUSTANG V-8. PS Hitlag. WE ..... all type ........, prewired], reeep locations-926 EucHd ft Epetrson, MH 3BR.
7JS7.18/4 4tpd Ins N. eettect call, 8/4 2tck] ,!/.., reutlae acecaalklg, gtaeralIllleg. PB. AT f..* moch.alcai property listed treat (800 table. Ugkt. ...te..., KgkU. B. CHftA. All the trimmings In good ......

5/11 CARPET INSTALLATION .....1. leearaacecblaie _"tIM. Geed body. tad per acre Bad ... W* have ,..... sad greeve fleer, COMPLETELY REMODELED.R -

SMALL FURNISHED ;;. --- ) E........... IB all prepare veexberi, II,*.. 8978. Oe ....r.PIMM _all Iracta.. we cite. .... delivered. Bad act ep.Fkiaeckig 8, screened ,
3 1 building
BR apt. P...... 984-8420. 38J. OUTDOOR COOKING *a ,...... ....1.. lecal akt. lavolee. aweaate payable. 984-8502 er 405-1703. several ,....... ......., eldlaraia. ...1...... ap te 48 porch utility ,
A Wa.Uactea St., 8t..... huge deck. overlooking Lake sad weekeBd work. Call U.,*..al*. aialttalarecord 8/4 3tpd t/18 etc. Write .. eel tar ...t". (e pays 80 .b... garden. and pecan trees 813,000

Itpd 8/4 ......,.. Tkle. 4 BR, ..... Railerd. 431-IS22 alter 5 cad oak. report. tree ....... 'ne".... Yea .....1..Stark.984-8020 er LITTLE SANTA FE LOT-

.hoe leta .. charm u4 99 It. "... High Sebeel gradeate .rCjelveleat TWO CARS 1970 Cried cea call tree .. .charge. .kytUaVaii 964-8021. 8/12 &//...g 7S' on water U,500. Owner will consider '
.. lake. II eevld .ko ... .. .
.MARE.RESERVATIONS with .* 1987 Chevrolet. 1-800- 38 7421.Write PATIO COVERSi financing.
149ou000. Prig and 10.20.
... for ..... vecetleee. Price redeeod te .. .. Ceatact Sawiaae er call. teday. CHEROKEE :
SEWING MACHINES P...... .*..n.l. luhf "' 8189. Lbelted evpply. WE HAVE JUST ABOUT SOLD OUT OF HOMES.
.. K..I.' Lake. P...... L.II. E....... Reallmr, 47- River E....... Ceaacll LAND 533-2388. 3/30 tl/cfcg 4903. lUkg S/4 REPAIRED Faeterytrataed PA. Baa 70. Live Oek.Chelae .. 28908. 4/27 7lcfcg 8/8/ WE NEED HOMES TO SELL
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........&* wil service N.W. I3tk St.. Gak ev8l I..
: all ...... sad ....1. IB ; tale, May. 19. .8711.E..I SEVERAL ITEMS DlBI. 372-9787. '"....
DUPLEX 'FOR SALE .
APARTMENTS.fURNISHED Llghte asd Ew..... Street. 110 It.MvlBg !. year ..... all ...It gBaraa- E....'... Opperlaally llehg S/ll '10,1( ''SA '. table with 8 chair! aadkalck. '"" ii Floriluml Keiilty

ted far eppelntBieal aeeRekeeea 32' .ldl. ..... FISHING BOAT ft. "... .
IB each aalt. 393 N.T..pl.
hat water la..1....... P.... epaae ,
CH/A. (35.000 Pboae. 984- Read at a...... HELP WANTEDi"Feed with electric start sad Ikerglae. .live. and dry ....1.1 Starke, Fla.

984-8071. Itpd 54UNFURNISHED 7574 for ..... 5/4 tl/ckg Fakrb'i, 380 W. Mal., Lake track. driver. Laker tar SIX LOTS. 9780 each. Ieo4ler ...... trailer.. P...... 475- 2 swivel ....*. 7 .kp .. Lillian C.Pearson
BBtler. ./. &f./... line Mea who see operate egg ..I JJ. ...... L.K.' 1322. lick* 5/11 ead trailer.. ...... P..... 7823193. REALTOR 8847700Op.a

APT- A BEAUTY TO OWN CI... tractor .... ....... tedlag Edward. Realer P...... S/ll 2tckg. 8/18 BRANCH OFFICE eaSaterdey A.M.

Dvwatawa,npitalra t. tewa, ckeli. .kaa lake CUSTOM MADEDRAPERIESi aiaeklaee. G..ersmalet.sa.ee. 4734903. Iteag ./. P..LOMINOQUARTERHORSE. US 301 NORTHLAWTEY. i [* ". jf
C..tral H. awl A. For .... We.are aaweteeklag Oak lack v
clear lake. 3 2
te BR Apply at .FLORIDA
..._.t..... call ....721.' or .a..till.. ceeiploUly hralikedow Isle el ..... .. Free Greet E._....... la HawIherae. RIDING MOWER 7 kp, and I"'..... tr..... R... la TRIEST 782-3808 'You can move .la with. small n

con by B.OI..'.. Gill .....I..Id., ...., ..t... ... lead Stepkea, lUkg 5111COSMETOLOGIST .s.4 very Hub. (128. Pk.ee. &1... (800 Very seat 2 BR Irene, equity i piyejeet aad pickup .
Shop 104 W. Call 81. Utttflr ..t.... Owaer bee aievodiKeed ..... '"-121'. 6/24'tl[chg S334388. S/ll Xtckg 5/18 gamestallles. ..d tack MINI-STORAGE server "'. 813,000. tBoatkly peyaieal ee 2

FOR RENT.M.bS. ho..e right ., (28.000. L.K. BILL'S SAW SHOP C..- !. Master 200. ar wU take WO for -- BR. Mobile. H... alreadylecaled .

real !. C..t."* 2 .r 3 ... Realtor 473-4903.. plete ..karpealag ....t... ...,........ II.'. Se,U.g FIVE ACRES ki Lawteyceeiplote ....Jih..(. P..... 782-3193 Space Available 2 BR ...,.10.. llrepreeleldlag. la a Mobil. HOBO
BR. Furalakcd. or .o- luhg 54SPLIT circular. kaad. carbide. Cealer, 98....... B/4 lUkg with trader ad 5/11 2tckg 8/18 10x124 10x24 .hralaked. II desired. ......

...aI.h... Pkoa. 9848114.KEVSTONEi c...... ..... .Mad .Bellow 5/11 ... ....,. (...000. ,... 811,000 er .u... .* .. --
tf/chg LEVEL. *....... 4 greeted Bad ...1...... Leave ever peyaieaU ea trader.Pbes. WASHER AND DRYER: OPENING MIDDLEOF If y.ur ...... desire. I I. I*
7824287. 5/11 2UkgSI8 Weaker .....U.I.. iwMckSO. r/2katBrira.. to owe a h... 100 yrc old
BR. 3 beth carpeted, drapei.2J at I..... Balldleg Sepply, I I MAID WANTED at MAY 2 BR. 1 e
lake Catt...., >00 ... It. BvlBg ar*., ee 5 St...... K.ot_ Helgkte. Rallerd. Need ewe tramper ( P...... 782-3193. 5/1 walklag dltuece la t... with filager Breed trial.
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yearly, ...'hI,. er .....Iy.I ...... P..... 496-2952 "' tl/cfcg. tet.... Pbeae 431-1203 alter 2tckg 511FIRESTONE For additional laralAed U dealrcd818JOOO. w kave i..It for_ sale.Yes ..
BR. elUcleBclee ..n......... Suhg 5/18 8 .... Itckfj S/ll CAMPERS Cab-Ovw pickp -' Information Contact .-
laclvdlu .tUIt....". .low .. ALCOHOLICS camper, fcl-le, AMF TIRES raked -- --- w* d* 'have tker
---- ANONYMOUS. ...... 9848894 Like white Utter., and frost 'Thomas h..... from breadpaaWag
7S. CH/A
tl75JM per ...tIII. R.N. SUPERVISO' Rt 8 te 4 Super, BW, Realty 4 BR. I bath. brick
KeyMeu Helgkte Realty, LAKE PLACE ea clear er 904-B5H2. 'flc". ......Stark Naroktgj Heal.. MOO. 10 11: ,ck-. ..ercnpoc. alemlaam elet wkl. 15'. kalU-la raego-avea, rel.a aw.fa ..>est aay
.. ead have
.1& Fl. ap laolde. .. .. tl/Agt.rfr. :. .kaaUrt. ipeclU. Pbe..964.O1k47 !tehp'illBring 964-6162 I ..... 547,5004 ... ,. .I.II i 11I.1'4.asp.,Iir
.U.z"14.tfOR p/ck! ( '.5Pped _: _..-'tII'IWM; 'amnb.I; 1 NU-M20. rr,:" d *," :
a.dl $(SO. George 1IiW. Salvage, ,... -...__' + Jh >1.1-'r'C.; "b
--- ---- LJ(. Edward. Realtor 4734903. REMODELiNG. 8; ., .1I.hod.d
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RENT! 2 St... Itchg S/4 New ..1&11...... balk. WHITE LADY, Live 1st. 9644144___ .:.Iced. 8/11 t I 3 .........Iraaie house .. I hand .let.. with 2
Bulldlaie. E..I...., for fray re.B.. Brick. Bleak take car el eeailtavalU.Selary. CHESTS OP RAWERS Ralph Bryan I 8 ._.. Crawford a.... BR, I..... H'.Ik"lag

Retail er Olllce S.. .... S.R. 1 balk, with I ft ti 2 Ceecrete. F'....... Reply te Mary C. 40....m. (12 JO eeck.. Ckcel. ; r I I Real Estate tntoo disease. t* ,*... .....1 forretkreee.
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Hlfkeal local... trallle ..t.... ....... I.... .Ir.pl.... ...... ..........t.. P.... 4734108er Silva, 4618 Bargvady Rd., with mirrors. (15 oath.Cerge ----- .
Keyiteae 475-1953 key peel dishwasher. 473-2878. U/cfcg N:. Jackaeavine, 32210. Rick. Salvage. 2117 N.T.BJ pie Avo. I..te.,. 4 BR, 2 1/2 "balk .a----
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trace, p aad -- teetkkraik. cad 564$788Spat 40 8O peed aa leased 4
MOBILE -'uk- 5 .... S/4 2tckg S/ll R....... William George, Clay Ceaaty Beard elCeaety DI M opsiiiLii. .... year la tkui. ceaiMwily ----- .croc 07,800. .."*. Pfco. W4-7700

HOME P"' .. 984-8287. &//..kg Ceaia.l..... bee Saddle .ker*.* ad ...... ler I BI I''h. w ep and reduced SR. V.rJP.Od..
....... ........, ...... HOUSE FOR 8ALE-2 BR. two CETA Tale II peeklaB. ..... We .. cad trade. ..$ d V!"me 18, Weil. 18 acre. 2 3 BR.2 katk."brkk. CH/..., K. R... E.tat
....c.. Ne utOltlei ........., completely ......1... 1.tows. APP. LUOSA'H-SR E FOB .vallablat Deputy Clerk,, ......tac.. Tack ler eele. k ....... Clew I* kalldlag, 128,000. 2 .......1..... kara 7 sons. .. Broker

ISO .....it. N. pete, I er 2small .P..... 984-8020.If.chg STUD P..... 4984128 er fl....., Depaly Clerk. South el 8t....,3 1/2 mtn. eckeal. cad te... See I* ----- StljDOO 10 ...... 170.000. Even 884-8478
......... Lawtejr.eolel 498-2903. NEW
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........r..... Pb... I .......,. .. eejelvBleat 8/18 apprccble:.. -__ 5 ore ..... .*. 'oaks. Pearl Aldr.w.AiMclal .

7S2J279. lUhf. S/ll I type 48 wpm ... LAKE LOVERS) Home e* Morgaa R:'.,I BR. I bath, city water, 11300 ..... 984-7739
I PP 1 .Rl N.f.TIE$ ...... FOIi Lake Lilly Beautiful Janet
------- .ee* <* beak HAY SALE, 2 crop. datackcd garage -- Staring
FURNISHED APT :MISCELLANEOUSANYONE : keeplac .klllc.Te ....., lerIkeee Ceeetal aad Alicia. *1M pr .1''...... rice hooch. sad ........ siding' aid ...! S 4/18 ac... wooded US ".....I.t. 7H23HMUW.C.II

M....... 1 Br, very ...... ...It...* must be a boles. field er 1.75 trowbare. lake area ao a pla. ...,100. 301 N. L.wley, SI34OO.MM .

beg. .....t.. drape. 'A IC. 8180 8480 weekly, .aI... reticle .. Clay Caaaty, .be P...... 4734152. R. -- -- -- ---
Ideal for ceuple er retired REMEMBER .011.. program.roe .....1.' ... ...., Hall. S/ll 2lcfc( 5/18 Now 3 BR, 2 bath ..... ea South o1 .. y2188 ... acr7el340'ea US 301

......*. N* ckOdrw er pel*. Freak Staves. F..0y7 Sea. ...&&11.. Jin Euterly. Rt. 8.B ..pl.'..., er *eeaailcally 1/2 acre. Paved street /&.,3 BR, block. .ke**., Ikrepl T..... '5IIJOO.'PU.EVE.W.
830 N. T.ejpU. P.... 1M4- were Buck. sad Laaale, .. 188. L... City, FL .*.... *... If CERAMIC MOLDS carpet CH/A.brg deaklecarport. .c*. 1178 cejaare ...,. : AMPHome

8896. 4/27 3tpd S/ll daughter' L... Berried H.C. 3205$. 4/13 tlaWORLDWIDE ya .... yea may qualify. Ska-Icy" GI..... 498-2444.call See 'ada,. Ready c......... type garage, : UN S ) and Building
8pp. Plea.* writ M... apply at Clay Ceaaly le move late. ever I acre with. 288 ft. P..... 7111..11101BTHOMAS
Lake Batbr. 5/4 S/ll
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EFFICIENCY APT: Adults; Lena Metlkewa. 30201 S.W. CeeaaiBBlty Service ..1...., -- -- restage .. UB-301. ZeaedeeeiBMrelal Material
et.. laqule T. ,ITZad Ave, Homestead FU. WORM 918 W.I.., Street G.... Career.let |II/2.....1.3 BR, priced t* coil -WE BUlLD-
.1,. FARMS Growers Mdd.We .. ...
Mote 8/4 S/ll YARD BALE 3 .1. 2 kth. *ppr... 2,000 *q.II. .
Ztpd Cave 32043. I34.SOO.
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Re. 1900 N. T..pl.. d.all .karv.Mlag*.. pay ........1. It.... drapes, el living ire. Since Your Plant Or Ours
811WANTEDi ---- -
Starke. S/ll U/.... "-- -" yea .4 a poeod. P...... '''"7. lUkg r node, baa bag shahs, ,........... Aiivmortgg E......., [ Your Lot Or Ours
IRON PROBLEMS? RutMilalag 3438. 143S-4MM8 1.u4.5145. ckadrea' car seals ....
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TWOUNFURNISHED year ckHke. aadkalkreai ,,1 1-384-8838. 4/27 Stpd S/2S clelkleg. *li*. ..1 yn.Miteralty ...l. _-_ ___ Ralph P.B.,.. IB REALTY FREE ESTIMATES
Room apartmeM. eewlyndecerated. lUtaree It....... '' .WAHtfD., : asd adult ......... Realtor Remodeling Repair
Inquire at T.K. .- el Irea la year water Call Saturday 9 ,. 3. titCkrlatla NEAR TOWN! Attractive 944.6208Ways. "....,
... Metel. 1900 N. T.mple RAINSOFT WATER CON ,: OT 1 1 R,. Y. .tE$; I St.. Stark. ...., .I..,. llreplece. E.D.uglaaAseskto ell Stwk.FI North>...... 31081 St. Additions

Starke. SIll tl/chg' DITIONING OF BRADFORD ,DOMINECKER IBeUad Jail). Itpd 5/11 carpet., CH/A. *craperck. /848142Ferai.rry ,Homes BoughtACIUEAGEFOa

-- ----- COUNTY for Ire. c........., eee raaeter ... DROP -"" --- 984-8S93 A.1.T....... Sold_ Traded
"Be ami obi. if you wouldbe water aacly. *!*. N. efcllg- KAWASAKI 171. 100.., ..*.. ........ Cal 431-1S22 DO IN Brgll HOME ON LAKE. Reel Estate .
t.... Better sell eeeie le eee .... H..... 301 South .. Ste...,
SI7S. 984-7212. llckg after t .... 5/4 Stpd 8/11 GENEVA Call today lerppelalBMBl. ';" ,
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Ttmpl. SUrke. P.... 9848873. ..._ ._ WANTED:Noble hero walk Sale, Friday .a4 -- --- 40.ACRES LawUy 1300 Sq. Fl. 2 Story Irene .SALE
We alee Service. all -- Saturday Mr 12-13 from II duple. c.... *tWeiklagtea -
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.eke* el water ...&*..... SUZUKI OF STARKEi year OLIN'S pick ap. S .... Miay .fce....kH ...II.. .. attractive. LAKE LOT 10500. end Great St. '9646853Ilig'faroy301
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Buy MotherA FREE' LABRADORretriever --" .. ... ... Seaakl ..aI... S"'LES.I801r '0 HOME,.. T It..., TV. reseed player, Urge deck, ,geed ...... .. Mail cell,ewacr fiaeaclag.I2 .
Phase. 984-8020.1840 South ..... tea South
large tempo.aids. 3 BR. CENTRAL HEAT -- -- -
lull-kl..*ded, I* walnut 1301 Seatb laStarke.l days a week tfl.... .. *t.. Ale geed aiedlareltere area.L.K. AND AIR I ACRE LOT >48. 3 BR MobO. Home, Stark
good ewaer, prefer aew Bad teitU .EDW ARDS III
lekgGIRL elkargala I .... IBM.
.h... I .have let. .. .**, GOOD PRICES PAID reedy *
bcautllul polled re ..Ic.. treat *tr*. d ASSOCIATES.. INC. BETWEEN"STARKE Located .Wt.arlad
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for Moth..'. dog II .rt. $/II REALTORS m .
plant Itckg AND KEYSTONE 2 BR I Trailer Prk.
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Nursery 301 N. Of I" S. Oa. Acre Home til. .
SALES. ....MOI. 0 .. 7
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'NURSERY watch dog*. Levi kid. teaaac ._.. Apply 473 Rotary "-- ....Real E.te' PkM. M4-782 *.
Fla. Pkeae 782-3703. HpJ / 3381, llekgj' 8/11 S LOTS TO' CHOSE Br.ktrOtllce 88 N.rthTeaplo As.
Of Stark 03
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Drilling Equipment : FROM GENEVA LAKE SUrke.'err Ftor/d.
I High .Sckeel. eladeat ..... ESTATES AREA 12091
FRIDAYGeneral t* work I will. yard w.... STATE LICENSED 2305 N.Temple --- .

Men-Women flail work. ar jvet ew.wleytkleg ... ...... .. Stark.Florida. PAST FOOD BUSINESS: 833-2210
call ....31... H.F...lkarReaker OWNER FINANCED
Earn As You LearnA Office Work ''/*..( Pumps Paul --- ASSOCIATES

> "' POULTRY FARM. Steve III.....
Skill. Mon ri. CASH ; ; .
Rewarding: FOR GOLD
: Hig. 964.6881Harold
,...Ir,. ..I....... colao, New & UsedSalesPartsService W* have several. 1/2 acre OWNER FINANCED. Eve alee. 'fcrkk km*. to
andy your FLORIDATIMES dental geld. Wil vlell sod I acre. .....u... FoV --- ....,laalde. alUUy ..*..S
If local Army yea APT. RENT Epp
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field you want,well pay you to team .. 47I-IOS9. all E-Z TermsP.umbjn'g Service Stet'". (er Sale % ------ Frame keaee ea I Mr toealrr'
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worthwhile aJ U. : I//hg __ I OFFICE SPACE FOR ,rvery ,.***.......
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We pay you well t from.the day youstart 049 N. Temple Ave.. $t.rke OU p4 '...kp"keddleg RENT* KEYSTONE. .
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keevllyWMded el ltar. .
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Basic Training. You progress to !! .. elfered her sale. er .... SILVER LAKE 2 ..."I "i I I, Iota high. ... dry jaM ell US 301. -
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Advanced Tralnlag. learning .your .. ... RUDY 21/2 weeded aloeballdl.g BATH, SHADY LOT. j. paved etreele, .build year I '. .....-
specialty from expert ....ne.... :THE SIGN PAINTER New Installation Mr cU. *r ., .bile WHITE: SAND BEACH 1, ewa .*.._- yea may t BR,, I bath, .LR., DRrlaailly

A few month* later you cone home ,!Nw at Wald ..-.. Bleeo el ear. Cell for I ream, carport
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with local FloaMerketSpecVauBbg. NEW LOCATIONHIGHWAY La to a parttimeJob your .
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LAWN NI ER AN Remodeling ......
21.North -- -
Army Reserve unit. We pay you forth S ... alee. heaee at j I TeejBuretal
I 5 beautiful' Several. let aa
18 hour a month and two weeks SMAlrENGlliEREPAIR' hi ......., ......itII doable KEYSTONE HEIGHTSOTHE"RLOTS"AND I TARXEl I "
track...t... RepairsPUMPS with 3 BR sad 301.
,Annual Tralnlag you put In. ... rag....... garage, creead perch.leely I I., eU semi.keaoe suitable. tar-. ...... I --.'.__-
hiadenped.Open .. .... tract
Improving the aklll you've already ... Twe veryreeeMwkl
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Of coarse your new knowledge Tuno-Up 0,.. Fr....-...-.... CALL TODAYI J JPHILlPW.CL".K ..... ,e *e* te ecacaU.t .

could lead toe full-lime civilian Job. And Repair & SUPPLY P'" 'I t I It 366:1: k.ifc"a>la"g .....
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call that could change your life. Us. Lawn Mowers trcae L. Fialkaer IB KEYSTONE I

"" : 869 N. Temple, Av*. .Evealaga9844142 HEIGHTS I t A.LPATBAYROKER II CtORfct ROBERT!*.JR.Reg. ..
Opportunist 8H-tOOA tlIJutjlI"JI ..- M.Saks.. .. k.,_ Helgkt.Fla. .Reel Estate Broker
Call Army Reserve South 04 Sled MM Ri IIlIlr Ilfl ull$ StorkWo.. E..I... 9844172 Office((904((4734700Evealag 1 I Office. Home pka 884-828 .

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Pale t28 TELEGRAPH May II, 1171
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DATES TO REMEMBER: fourth and fifth graders. The Lynn and Dilr real) Cruce. The<< good The class library In Mrs Iva Jean
activities will be under the direction The days of these events will 1 b Noel Hoyer, conducted an avt projectIn ettizen or- the week were: Brooke Man-el's! fourth grade room growing
Tuesday evening May 18, at 7 p.m. of physical education Instructors: Jim decided at a later date. 7 Mr Sandra Duncan'B"flnh grade Williams Darrell Cruce. and. Sara at a result of the- free books they
the Southside School Advisory Lewis and Mrs. Kathy Metzler, The field trip that was planned for.' that the students thoroughly enjoyed, Smith received with their orders from a
Committee will meet In the Library assisted by the fourth and fifth grade the four kindergarten classes ,on They made "pop-crt" objects: 3. book club. Last month the students
All parent are Invited to attend. The teachers. This year for the first time Thursday, May 4, was postponed due dimensional so that they may be hung EARLY KINDERGARTEN ordered over fifty dollars worth, of
topic for diocusslon: will be the 1977-78 in five years there will be no mini to severe weather conditions This In the room. The children were REGISTRATION SET MAY IJ-t reading materials and posters. Someof
school budget. Suggestions are course day but events are planned for field trip to the Florida Museum In enthusiastically creating coke bottles Early registration for kindergarten the new books chosen for their
rmi> sted for the coming school: the various grade levels. The first Gainesville la being rescheduled/ and pizzas, blimps and other objects they students for the school: term of 1U78-TO library are Benji Little House on the
year's budget for 1978-79. through third grades will have a track parents will be notified when the date enjoy and Identify with will be conducted the week of May 15- Prairie, and Star Wars. Students 'In
Friday, May 28, there will be an and field day and. kindergarten Is set ;" Mrs. Duncan s flftb grade' I Is 19 atSouthsida School. It Is Importantfor this class are allowed to check' out
'Almost Anything Goes" day for classes will have a special event also l :.The entire school of Southslde went currently studying -ttw <3vl| Warperiod parent to register their students these books to read for pleasure' ,
1fJ 1 rl I 1 ""n11111 1 TT I l by bus to BHS auditorium on Tuesday, in American History and they early In order that they will have. a their spare( time '. '::
May 2. to a band concert:The childrenwere are also working on "Berkeley, place before the classes are fulL : '*"
. Starke Elementary NewsThe very well behaved which made Health Unit .*, aIn To register a child he or she must'be LUNCH MENU, '
their teachers and Principal Dewey Mrs. Mildred .arper'a-Mn.. at least five years of age on or May 151tMONU"VSloppy
McKinney proud of them. The band Carol Clark's fourth grade the before January I, 1979. and the parent joe on' bun
Kindergarten students of classes visited the Florida State concert Is an annual event that South- students have had a letter writing unit must bring to the school office: C U) a potato rounds, green beans, pears,
Starke Elementary visited the Museum In Gainesville, Wednesday, side looks forward to enjoying each involving correspondence between copy<< of the child's birth certificate milk.
Bradford County Courthouse on May 3rd. The children were able to spring. the class here and Mrs. White's fourth (2>proof of a physical examination bya TUESDAY-Turkey salad on
Tuesday, May 2, where Mrs Charles see a variety of exhibits dealing with Miss Esther Cases, music teacher grade class In Huddleston, Virginia, medical doctor on the form providedby lettuce, peas pnd carrots, jcllo,with
Darby gave the children the grand Florida history. One exciting exhibit Is currently teaching the enjoyment of I Mrs. Naina White Is Mrs. Harper'. the school: office or the Bradford fruit tomato wedge, biscuit: milk.
tour which Included the clerk's office, showed a Maya Indian village. After Latin music to all grades K-3. She daughter.The students have also been County Health Clinic, and <3) an up WEDNESDAY-Fried; chicken,
vault, sheriff's office and holding cell. several hours at the museum the owns and plays many Latin instruments studying "Plants and How They to-date immunization record which mashed potatoes with gravy green
After riding the elevator the tour children ate lunch at McDonalds on which she Is demonstrating for Grow" by planting seeds and plants must show; 3 polio doses. 4 DPT Jlrnan. peaches, rolls, milk. '
ended In a courtroom where Judge 441 In Gainesville.K. the children's benefit All grades are and watching them grow doses I dose measles vaccine, 1, dose TIIUItSUAY-hamburger. with
El/le Sunders dressed in his court learning a simplified version of the In Mrs.Vickl Seal's third grade the rubella vaccine, and 1 dose mumpe gravy and rice turnip greens, apple
robe and talked with the children. .REGISTRATION Mexican Hat Dance under her following students passed their multiplication vaccine Parents who live In the sauce cake carrot cake roili.YRIDAVBeef.A.fonl .
The kindergarten classes wish to STARTS MONDAY direction test with flying colors: Amy South lde School district are urged to tossed
(thank the employees of the courthouse Parents do not forget registration Mrs Nancy Brewer, art teacher, bowling. Tammy Grlffls. Chad participate in early kindergarten salad, apple sauce peanut butter
for allowing the children to visit with starts Monday, May 15, for next with the assistance of her intern, Ms. Milling. ,Angela Syssklnd, Tammy registration of their children. cookie, cheese biscuit: milk

them Mrs. Keddlsh's 5th grade class had year's register kindergarten.To tho child. must be at .. .." li_", 'd. . ." ,, ", -'" ", ''' "
u reading contest In their room for the least five years of age on or before "1--4 I ___ I I 7" ....1_ '., H- ,\ '
firth six weeks. After students January 1, 1970. and the parent must
finished reading a book they had to bring the following Information: copyof rLirI&I; yefABRIC
answer questions and give details to birth certificate proof of physicalby :
prove they hud read the bonk John a medical doctor on the form _
Henry Brown came in first by reading provided by the school: office or the
40 books Mark Davis was in second Bradford County Health Clinic and
place reading 16 books and David up-to-date immunization record. SHOPS
jlowman was in third place reading Parents if your child has lost a
Nix bunks. jacket or coat during the school: year
On April 28 the second graders in please come by the office and check In
Mm .ay's., Mrs. Green's, Mrs. our closet of unclaimed wraps that
HardL'C' and Mrs. William's Classes have accumulated during the year .
look an educational field trip to the
Stephen Foster Memorial at White SCHOOL MENU:
Springs, Before going the boys and May 22-28
Kirlit read/ biographies about Stephen I\IOS0AV-Sloppy joe on bun,
Foster, learned to sing his most string beans, buttered corn, banana MAKE A SPLASH OF SAVINGS:
popular songs, and saw a filmstrip pudding, milk.TUESIAYFried.
shout his life. They all enjoyed the chicken mashed
'trip because of this extensive potatoes buttered peas, brown gravy
pro pu rut ion. apple sauce, roll milk,

I MUSIC NEWS buttered W.DN.:80VSausage: rice, tomato gravy,links field m pCJOP0( ( ]0 (!JjJ1( L .301 S. Starke Fla.

The List three weeks of school the peas peaches peanut cup, roll. milk.
third fourth and fifth graders will THURSDAY-Meat sauce with
hopefully be square dancing Now spaghetti, cheese slice, garden salad
they lire busy learning rhythms. The french bread cocoanut cake with DOUBLE KNITFIRST "
kindergarten first and second Icing. 100% Polyester
graders will be folk dancing the last 'IUUAV-Flsh sandwich pinto
ueeks of school. boons cabbage slaw, jello with fruit ,
Mrs: Huffman's and Mrs. Patrick's cookie milk '
Reg. 2.47.Yd..
Sew an care war- .
_ Square, Dunce Competition Set At Middle School '. drobe for easy Spring! Bolts

7:30: pm Members of the local square and bolts of colorful

will dance serve club,as the judges.Strawberry Swingers QUALITY prints and solids to I

1-: the Twenty-five cents admission will be choose from. 58-60" wide. 1.91 I .

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