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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 18, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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With board member pit" The June 7 bid opening moved up *' Honing, plumbing and electrical. ".
dissenting the Bradford day to avoid graduation Is supposedto Renovation will Int.lude: lowering;*
voted 3-\\ Monday night to allow time for the renovations to be the ceiling, closing in the large (,
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Department of education completed\ \. during the summer and for windows facing WauhlngtoniSlrortt J:. I
plans for a $140,119 remodeling the remodeling cafeteria to be ready enclosing the hallway tamvlhe\ bund Wi t
Bradford High cafeteria for school opening In September, room creating a new atorjme.'rooWj M>:. a
authorised architect Craig Y Design estimates Include $ .I26 for and rearranging the kltCherhtrea. The f i
ask bids on the project. kite work, ".262 for demolition, new kitchen equipment will allow'-fl '
"You know how I feel about it "0,605 for remodeling and"" ,700 for fast food operation,after; lib renovu- ?:I "'
MrUSpengler>? reiterating her demolition and new work on air condi- tlon Is Complete I' > ',.
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A bid opening date of June 7 '"
by SaUey and the board a
: rldeais\ to .change the work session ISlet Monday, May "He(( said<<.l he would have: SIM).000 to t;. ,
MN. patronized BUS tcaft.terla. 22. at 7 P-m for the Bradford School remodel the gym the cafeteria and i. s
arsalid. into a ?ast food Board to discuss how remaining auditorium" Parmenter reiterated:, f ,
r ,The board; hopes'to vttract construction monies can be used to Architect Craig Salley then pulled '
,dent* to the cafeteria In that carry out the board's priorities from his brief caseesllmates from the
,At present the BHS Board member Arthur Gaskins State Department' of Education:
ages serving 280.meals per asked Business Manager Eddie (ISDI)' showing $43I.72A available instate
1 r"w cafeteria Is serving basically Douglas to determine the actual construction ot.th""meeting' lo ".
and ;reduced price lunch money the board will have left after which Parmentrr was referring. Of
says Mrs. Dolores Morgan the BUS, ,cafeteria is remodeled. that total), Shalley said, the sin said .
vice coordinator.: : Mrs Gaskins said the board may be willing $188.000 could be used for remodeling. 1
butes the poor participating to spend some local funds to finish
"aging and unattractive some projects If state funds.cannot be Salley said he guve cmt rstimuies A' f
I The UMl1V rettnodettag, the used. year ago of suo.400 for the: cafeteria' \0'' k
estimated by'rhitlMt'\ Exploding with Indignation school SIHIIHXV for the, audkiorium\ ;' and' i- .P't'
r ,5,5to hopes he Is litUe high for board member Vernon Harmenter $113.000.:) for-the O'ntvy.; hf t ;rJ, ",1
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,- a from the$l2.893 figure the remodeling projects .((his )'ear.I'' 'i'I'! said. hitting, himself tf/f- client 1\'l1h ':". 4
given-to work with m April :27. his fist ;, .
-of the increase I* Parmenter suddenly became angrywhen "r concur with Vernon." CuMiw'
SaUey, Douglas was explaining loCaskfns staled calmly. The school board twicewnllied
.. .. "It a lot of building for $ that the board through the gym and
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auditorium he added. There has bmi
At that point.board member would "eat up" remodeling funds for talk but no actual! MI installing desk
Gaskins moved to submit the the board's other two remodeling arms on seals' In the auditorium, unit
Tallahassee. Vernon projects the BHS gymnasium and the adding lighting for a letting area at im
-j.: .. the second. BUS auditorium. The board had great COHI. he said. ., .,
Funding for the slated all three remodeling projects .. .
j.J renovation will come from for the current year < '
school construction funds, only "You said we had $450.000!" "Thllt'shal we're talking about.'
2400 Visit tion of which Can be used for Parmenter stormed pointing to the There have been no recommendation"
for usage. Why Mr. Casey? Gtisklnt.asked .
: A tion. : board'R conference room where the board -
Majority, ot ,the $400.000 went over the 77.78 budgetDouglas .
,capital outUy funds the Casey answered by saying,Iho
estimate to remodel the
currently has available must and that gym wjwiU
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for new construction.The total of $450,000 In construction funds .
staff found a $H\ sat valve was till shall\
board started on the was available at that time and the
ldN modeling a year ago with a $ board was told that -only a portion wan needed. I .lo repair the heulinfCsyxtem. ,,
Y estimate. But. Salley be a
cost could spent on remodeling underState '" '
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answer to a question by Department of Education rules Catkins suid. .
Flower Show Spongier the cost figure Casey said that only 10 percent of
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what he the$1.2 million of state capital outlay
for a work Kesnion. 'The
the projectSuperintendent/ funds al1otOO Bradford schools in 1977- request
5 .1.1YP1 Tom Casey 78. or some $120.000, could be request unit granted with the sessionset
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GJJr? Iutrir'r A It couldn't, have been Wue building permits as requiredby Development in the county would be ': '
weather this time so It must Uiejand use plan. The next logical dictated by market forces with moM
been lack of Interest to keep step ror'each municipality would be to, expansion to the southeast portion of '
adopt zoning ordinances said Keister. the county and surrounding the Starke I 1
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from Monday night. 1
.It was It Was 'Ooh and 'Aah second public land use plan He added the, land use portion of thecomprehensivsplan city limits It appeared said Keister.;' .. I '\
for Lawtey.. Brooker was only the first Lawtey representatives were I ,'
f Bradford County that must be completed by mayor Marvin Rosier councilman
At Inmate Flower Show Chuck Keister North mandate by July 1. .979. Keister Ben McCullpy and Robert Scott. Scott"1
Regional' Planning NCFRPC was under contract to is also a member of the Bradford ,;
+iNCFRPC representative, an. county until Sept. 3A of this year County Planning and Zoning Board '
Over 2.40Q visitors "oohed and entered 180 exhibits and received 107 qiostlons as with the first work on the community facilities Only changes to the'' Lawtey landuse
aahed" at the 320 plants on display'at bin*ribbons 32 red ribbons and seven May t, Keister said the land use plan and would be far enough-along to plan recommended by the council t
the 18th annual Inmate;flower,snow white ribbons, said Jordan. Inmate allocate land for future use by some drafts. \ was an additional 33'j acres for "': "
SvndayM4Iy2'I held at Union Correctional Institution Ron Adams made an oral presentation to antlclLAte future demands. A mobile homes ,, changed from 3 1.-(
.I r last weekend. at .the Fair that was well use plan Is intended: to The elements that are covered Jn agriculture use. The land owned by
National GuardGraduation Vocational Instructor'M.B. Jordan received Jordan added, but to act at 3. guideline for comprehensive plan are traffic' McCulley 'Is adjacent to
Ua.m. said visitors arrived singularly and In Each visitor to the UC1 flower show growth withinthe county, water sewer drainage ,Correctional Institution. lie mobile i -
Armoryon groups to view a total of 78 types of received a new hybrid begonia Ktlster. '" waste recreation utilities was ,the possibility of
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Edwards ferns 12 varieties of asparagus!,! ferns. compliments of the Vocational He ,explained after the Interlocal government acreage to a developer for a >{
and five ,varieties selaginella, Horticulture program. Jordan said hearing. It would be up to the capital Improvements program. home park.
raised by 30 inmate horticulture the goal is to ensure the men have a and each municipality to draw Keister said the county and No one spoke In opposition to
._" students. vocational skill for their future before ordinance adopting the land are saving money by' proposed land use for Hampton and : ,
Monday, May 22 .
,i Jordan said the display on the ferns they return to the free world. for that. area.. together on the elements additional changes were made. ;
II ,. and their allies was the big attraction. "That goal has been accomplishedmany / plan. "The state doesn't make It Brooker attorney Jesse thel" I
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I *BC, Board, although there was plenty of Interestin times since,the began Much of ;the discussion ." he added. explained requests made by the
:: Work program '
, round9; Bradford commissioner council for commercial area .
County more
'. "Sestlon.Thursday the other categories of bromeliads. 18 years ago. More than 200 men have Lawtey. Brooker
'I peperomia. specimen house plants. taken jobs In horticulture and now Hampton not having Hodges, George Roberts and Brooker which were added to
11'." a".';' -.1"7p.m. .'I'tE :. ." './ plantain begonias range from employees foreman and ordinances: marking It ,Carter took .part In the map. Brooker council member. I
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f ,.- I'I"., ,j cacti, philodendron. orchids owners," !said, Jordan; the county;,zoning and planning on the county portion. not present. .. w* w* oj
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,\\N"",)1h.:. ,.,; BCH Board.May 25' ".'':african basket The rosette class violet was winner'family a member In Of the the hanging of the 320 Swim. ,, Classes Here. Construction Continues; on SR-230 -l&'' |II .

entries. 245 received blue ribbons 61, YMCA Swim class registration will
-7pn, :red ribbons and 14 white ribbons. Two be held Friday. May 26. from 3-5 p.m. Construction continued this week on highway motorists have inadvertently road opposite the hospital) will also I
of the inmates received all blue at the Starke Country Club for classesthat be reconstructed for safety reasons. !
an accident of state- entered the hospital entrance lane.
ribbons for their entries and six:: begin June 13.: road 230 In Iron the Bradford "We've.had complaints about this He said the end of Bessent road will be
G.ty.f inmates received all blue ribbons Classes will meet Tuesday. County:( Hospital west Stsrke. area for a couple of years now"explained changed to Intersect SR-230 at about a J I \
each for Thursday and Saturday from 8:30: (at it Intersections { '
their present
except one entries Starke Department of Transportation DOT Assistant Main 90-degree angle I 'I
!ljt (CommunityMUflM a.m. to noon from June 13 to July 1. .
Certified judges of the Florida Cost will be each. worker started work/Thursday tenance Engineer Bobby McClellan. st about a <40-degr< anglej.ta\
$23
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State dank Federation of Garden Clubs Judged No refunds will be (May 11) on a project aimed at, McClellan is heading up the work make it easier for motorists to see .
: the work, as they, have done for a offered registration.unless 'the YMCA' has 'to clearing up traffic problem In the which he said wilt wipe out the old traffic and enter the highway. t'Y flG,1}!; I
number of years. :cancel class Mothers must in the area by revamping the entrance to the Hospital entrance, road and create a According to McClellan eonstruetitlon
,<.c"" ImilfM U" At the Florid3Ststs Fair held In water with children under'four go hospital (which,exist off the hlghwayXThat new, safer entrance lane. on the hospital side of the road
0.h..y....., ,,,. Tampa March 29-Aorll UCI Inmates of year ,area, ha*. been a trouble McClellan added that the Intersection "should be completed ""'wittun'wq'" ,
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Water Water everywhere...was- the Superintendent Tom Casey said It had continued about some of the events .... ., 1 Increase
subject of Bradford County School been the consensus of the board that It are not scheduled In advance makingIt
Board discussion Monday was not necessary: to call a special necessary to call a special meeting. j .
following the 1 inch torrential Mar.IS. meeting every time to approve an Hazy memories clouded whether a : t
In the county,May 4. activity that came tinder Florida High consensus had been reached, with I ,
offering to furnish each \ Drainage
School Activities. Casey ,.
Board members discussed drainage member copy of the taped minutes I..
problems at Starke Elementary Board member Arthur Mid of, the meeting. Chairman j,T '" ;
School and Bradford Middle School Casklns Parrish asked that the policy be ,' ,
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along Elementary with leak the at Vo-Tech BMS. Hampton cafeteria golf since Tallahassee the tournament.last meeting and students the Discussion band went wentto to a looked at again. and make changes. Ifnee..ry. ;4\ A :'. '' .";'0.,,-' '_ _" : In Southgate

and leaks in phase 3, t. and S of the t II Six Southgata residents discussed
high school. with Starke commissioners Tuesday
Director of operations Lennard New Restaurant Set in CityBob I May 19. flooding problem after toe
Register said the leaks In the middle six-Inch rain last week ran Into one
school gym and main building and Ayers owner of five Jackson- restaurant within 30 days..Allowing DOclaYI 1, home and w.. knee high In other
ph.*. I of the nigh school are not ville restaurants, confirmed reports for construction plans to '
covered by roofing bonds. Phases 4 Wednesday that he had purchased have the restaurant openhe the (last t '. n areas The residents asked the council to
and S and the Vo-Tech: cafeteria are property on U.S. 301 north for week In September or the first of \t: ( ;; widen the ditch to Alligator Creek and
still covered Register added He said construction of a restaurant In Starke October. put In additional culverts In the area.
the heavy rains were reported to have with a seating capacity of from 100 to Street chairman Charles Schaefer
cane in the middle school gym up to .to. He also operate e'restaurant In Ayers also recently: purchased a 41- to the resident one of theproblem :
the free throw line. Orange Park. .. acre farm on Highway 18 east, which explained needed" .
Following discussion! Register was The restaurant site here Is IllS feet was at one time the old L V Moore two- ''l .f easement* war from the-clty'Peterson Road an to
asked to get with architect Craig on 301, with a depth of 400 feet and Is story home which burned several Road what was developed by
for solutions. just north Holiday Inn from whom years ago, and was rebuilt as a one- Diana Bradford Colley
Salley possible McPhrrton does a balancing set for County Library director the sU' In 1901 as the Griffls Loop
the property was purchased through story house. Ayers purchased the Da* Smllh getting practice fur the library's clearance sale this Friday and Drain Canal. Schaefer said since
In other business the board :
George Roberts Real Estate property from LaViuta. Inc. of Saturday.
discussed, changing board policy on Ayers said plans have been drawn Jacksonville: and Is remodelling: It for All the books you caa carry In your two bare band for II Friday 0 a.m. to 9s the cll: t Joel must not own be received the property before an
approval. of overnight trips by groups and bids will be received on the new use as a weekend home for his family l >.m. and Saturday 0 a.m. to t p.m. easenu any wo could be started'He said the

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city w. also hampered by a limited
Booh Sale Test work f< ce. The council assured the
TO& to resided an additional culvert wouldbe
Y. plac J In the critical area as soon
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: .i all as tlm and manpower permitted.In .
Strength of oil :r action the council adopted
ordinances. prepared jointly by the

111I11I1111I11I11 FABRIC I : SHOPS IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII' JIIIUIIJllIIIIIJIl I Library The Invites Bradford all comers County to a Public test of Council North Central(NCFRPC Regional) and the Planning city for

strength and a final clearance sale for the land use planning element and
the last two days of the library's map and subdivision and, zoning
annual spring festival book sale regulations for the city.
tomorrow (Friday, May 18) and Effective Immediately city clerk
Saturday May 19. Merrill Edwards was asked to ad-
Huge Fabric REDUCTIONS Friday from II a.m. to 5 p,m. and minister this portion of the comprehensive
Saturday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. you can buy plan until the council puts
all the books you can carry In your someone else In charge.The plan calls
two bare hands for the unbelievable for a specific person other than the
low price of $1, said library director city clerk to perform that function.
Dan Smith. The 15 member planning board
Perfect for Spring Buying! "No octopuses are allowed. This is worked on the land use map and
an opportunity you won't want to zoning regulations for over a year.
miss. There is a limited supply of In other business the councl: :
books left, and they will be sold on a -Appointed Eugene Matthews to
first come first serve basis," said the citizens participation committeeof
Smith. the NCFRPC,
"Build up those muscles, take a -Heard a from. com-
a 1. slurp of Gerltol and test your strengthwith missioner Joe Warren that postmaster
a POLYESTER a 'book lift': said Smith. Cliff Hazen had given authori--
The books were donated to the zation for citizens to park In the post
library for the book sale by office parking lot while vWUng the
community residents and the facility.
UBLEKNIT proceeds will be used to replace lost -Approv d a transfer for Jimmy
books and purchase large print books. from the police department to
asst the city purchasing agent. Eppa
3i will receive the same base pay.
_ I t, 'Youth ChargedWith -Edwards told commissioners the

I city employees would take Monday
Selling May 29,as Memorial Day at the same
1 time as federal workers.' '
Postponed action on the IBEW
t Stolen PropertyStarke contract.
-Asked the city attorney to renderan
ASSORTMENT opinion on an agreement for a
Police arrested a 12yearoldmale cable television franchise. The
58" wide. 100% Polyester and charged him with selling council was approached by representatives
Machine stolen.property and, recovered 1a of a group that is thinking
i'1 wash vpn 'warmy'setting. II ['French horn Valued at $.1t)0belonging) about forming a local corporation In'
Tumble .dry; I ( to the BradfordjyjyddlftjOKOBLiwnjCStarke ,lha.cable.. tIa'nolllfll'} ,Th'',/tMXenteredintoa .,
;, !% remove promptly. 30 : use in August 1963
Buy
Investigators said the with Buford Mitchell but a companywas
now and savel! French horn was the second Instrument never formed
recovered from The Pack Rat The group said the city would get on E. Call St. The other Instrumentwas franchise fee pole rental and would
a clarinet valued at $400 Both have to begin :work on the cable
musical Instruments were sold by system in 18 months for the franchise

'J:'.'. Students. agreement to be valid.
4r' ? ':;' '" ''/')" \ '''' -Heard a report from police chief
The juvenile was turned over to the Jimmy Bowen. The department In
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Reg Division of Youth Services.: April made 26 felony misdemeanor
arrests of 19 adults and seven
,. ////4/4i Police arrested Gary Lee Wallace juveniles and responded to .29.
r r 21, of Starke Tuesday, May 16, lor accidents.
forgery and uttering forgeries. '
Wallace was placed In the Bradford Helmets Can Save Lives ,u:

County Jail. TALLAHASSEE.-Studies continueto
$7d. show that the wearing of motor.
cycle helmets can save lives and
THE BRADFORD reduce injuries says the Florida
/h COUNTY TELEGRAPH Highway Patrol. v 1;
; Published "An American Medical Association
,% at 133 W.every Call Thursday Street study found that about 80 percent of
motorcycle: crash Injuries involve tho
Starke.Florida
32091 head, and the chance of sustaining a
4. Second Class postage paidat.Staru. fatal head injury Is two-thirds greater
for an unheimeledcyclistsstatesColonel '
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,FloridaSubscription Kldridge: Beach. Patrol
Rates: director.
In trade area:|T per The study further showed that the
years|4 six", months number of deaths In motorcycling has
Outside trade risen to about:i.ooo per year, with the
area its death rate more than three times
POLYESTER JERSEY per year4.m: six", months. as
high as that in automobile\ crashes.

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Jess Wolbert Announces
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For Distl'2: 'County Commission Post .- I'; t Nets 5 Years-for Raiford Youth'. I


Another hat{was tossed Into the poll owned by the city of Keystone < If, I ; Dwayne Edward The five-year sentence was pronounced
tical ring Tuesday with an announcement Heights. t j Eighteeieateld the maxi at the Florida tqPrlaon
by attorney Jesse Wolbert that "1 don't Intend to see Clay. County 1f'\ .1. I Ii mum five years Monday, May 19, after the appeals court mandated,the,
he would be seeking the District 2 dump its trash industry Into Bradford ,0"t from Circuit Judge Wayne Carlisle for jvyear original sentence b*\eduCed
county commission seat presently County any more than Clay intends to t u"t the 1977 beating of a convenience Flowers has served about three yeanof
held by businessman George Roberta. see, Duval County dump Its trash v store clerk. the sentence.
Roberts, who has served three four Industry Into Clay."said Wolbert. lie I .." Carlisle also ordered Gann to pay a Flowers was given five-year
year terms, has not announced if he added the control of Keystone alcport j" I" $5.ouo fine for the aggravated battery suspended sentence and required to
will ru,.again. The, primary election may become a distinct issue before : f with a deadly weapon on Mrs Lillian seekhelp: for a mental disorder. But
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will be Sept. 12.the second primary long. :1; Ball 63,In the Lll' Champ Food Storeon said he diet'Jlbt, iiant'to be
October 10 and the general election Other chahges he would like to see !h"II tei4 US-30I. Gann plead guilty only to mowers !!'any pro&t1o M "t.vl.lon. s i r.
Nov. 7. government would be a i4 i t aggravated assault, a lesser negotiated .Whicbromptec1 Gr t handdown
A Wolbert. publishes agenda for the board l Tom eThe
conservative Democrat of 'I l charge State Attorney sense '
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32: is a graduate of the University of county commissioners and the public f'I.,I. Elwell dropped the robbery charge.: appeals court said that rthv was
of Florida College of Law. He received Informed In advance as to what will be sir Illegal because It len!enced' Flowers' .
a MA and BA In anthropology discussed to have public Input. Mrs. Ball was so beaten with the twice for the same offenSe:: "J' lA"'//tPI
from the U. of Fla. and also attended Wolbert said as attorney for the cuestlck by Gann that she required Flowers had written a letter 197)
the University of Maryland Uni Bradford County School Board,town + r 250 stitches and lost permanent of threatening the life of Clrttilt Judge"
versity of Texas at El Paso and SantaFe of Brooker. Zoning and Planning) t her hands because of the many broken Gunter Stephenson of B' {rt6w"v: '
Community College. attorney, special council and chief bones Mrs. Ball's hands were Injured .
Jf' +t when she used them to protect her 'I
: head while being beaten with the blunt SAVE WITH ;:..

Substantial changes in the form and ,, end of a pool cue stick SA ICO INSURAIaI

T. Elwell has also dropped other i ..,, II
charges that Included throwing ob ,I ,1'
'fJualityof government are going jects Into occupied buildings and
criminal mischief by blowing up a J RDAN AGENCY ,, '
commode In the Bradford Jail.
County '
-:to have to be made. ... 964- 237 {964-63)3) ,'
In other court action this week, i rosa From Pizza Hut.
J-J-WOLBERT Circuit Judge R.A. Green Jr. re-
'n sentenced prisoner Vernon flowers
because his original sentence for 0
With an active law practice negotiator for the city of Starke, he threatening to kill a judge was revoked _. 0
Wolbert said he became Interested In has more experience dealing with by the First District Court of 1 H
.running for public: office "because actual problems of government than Jesse Wollxrt. Appeals.
Bradford County has now reached the moat .
where profes.donalleadenhlp Is lie and his wife "Tarcy" live In 'I
going to be needed In county Conerly Estates.. Middle School Dancers Put on ShowOver Dr. Joel F. Katz v' '1' r
government." .A died in l the "blue" Gator fan.
"Substantial changes In the form Wolbert is also an avid bridge 100 students at Bradford First Place: Lorl Muse. Andrew
and quality of government are going player and gun collector. A veteran Middle School made up 13 squares of Strickland. Tammle Denton, Lori PODIATRIST FOOT SPECIALIST ..' ;
to have to be made if taxes are going with eight years active service, square dancers Tuesday night and do- Lawson, Randy Reddish, Kathy
to be held at current levels, because of Wolbert served In the Army sl- the increase of responsibilities placed Intelligence Service. through two hours of competition. Skeen. .:, f
bn counties by the state of Florida" Parents and students filled Second Place- George Atchinson 'I !
'!laid Wdlbert. A member of St.. Mark's Episcopal bleachers on one side of the middle Larl Ann Johns,Tim Chasteen Randy Building D Suite 111'i i
He said he favored a county Church. Wolbert Is a member of the school gym. Members of the Straw- Balkcom, Laura McRae, Angela
manager type of government that Board of Governors of the Chamber of berry Swingers local square dance Folson, Theresa Ricks, Jody Griffis. I
'gives people someone they can con- Commerce, on the Board of Directorsof club; judged the dancers. It took Third Place- Kelll Carver Donna Gainesville, Florida *k't
tact to be responsive' to their needs the Bradford County Fair several rounds with the final three Thornton Linda Gravel Lori Ann r
rather than contacting five county Association Co-chairman of the squares before a winner could be determined Clerk, Jody Griffis, George Atchin
'Commissioners and the county clerk. March of Dimes was appointed to the on a point system. son Tim Chasteen, Gene Varnes. Phone 373.3077
h "I would like to see the budget process Bradford County Development Judging was difficult because the
become realistic" he added Authority by Gov. Keubin Askew May The competition was the culmination students hardly missed a lick the
;;"The' board has been told they are, 10, and is a member of Rotary, of a at BMS Strawberry Swinger judges said. A
'without power to control the budgetsof American Legion Post 56, Starke taught by physclaleducation Instructors singing call used by the Strawberry Omitted From The Yellow Page Listing
the clerk sheriff, tax collector and Loyal Order of the Moose 2033. and Gerri Lewis and Jerry Petrella Swingers In. their club dances, and
"property appraiser and as long as the Lodge 35 of Free and Accepted Ribbons were presented membersof called by PetreUa, finally had to be Under Podiatrists.
board refuse s to attack those budgets Masons.D4V1OM. the three winning squares: used to determine the winner
even at the risk of litigation, the
county will have no control over the

'"budget." dime and Gigantic Stock
.I want to see every Reducing
dollar Justified. Tallahassee does not
''have The ability to dictate to the saz '
'citizens of Bradford County and its MSOU *
'elected officials what is best for the "
peopleof this county" Wolbert said. : "K'SALE
In response to what would toe the ( )3'42462r'' y
Issues of this campaign Wolbert re'xponded. FOR S rIO I
ad valorum taxes, budgets, P1E19
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city of Starke and the need for .....

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P.e4TELEGRAPII May 111.11111 Once Used As Temporary Courthouse, FOIIESTRY




I EDITORIALS Century- Old Landmark Still Stands Bradford in Co.



I : By Richard Schroeder j

To view the modern appearance of ,
,S the building now housing SUn'
Routery at the corner of Call and

Walnut Streets gives no clue that it Is SHADE TREES-MORE VALVE:
one of the oldest In Starke, having Til AN YOU THINKAll
stood on this corner for more than loo

.u. years and serving as everything from property owners know how
a Courthouse to a grocery and liquor much trees are worth in terms of the
store. beauty and shade they provide. but
did you know that the trees In your
A story In The Telegraph of
news if
could extra
yard) mean money you
Fob: II, 1927 gives a history of the v ready to sell?
gel
building In connection wIth
1 1
remodelling activities then 'In A recent survy of realtors in several
progress on the Woodbrldge Building major cities indicated that an
as it was known In 1927 attractively landscaped ,yard can
mean as much as$3.ooo In extra value
Reviewing the history of the' old for a home
frame building the story said:
The Florida Division of Forestry

"For over half a century (editor's agrees with that assessment and says
note remember,' this was written In that a- much as half of that extra
1127)) this building has stood on this value n be traced to the economic
corner, serving in Its time as a worth 'the trees Included In the

grocery, temporary courthouse.profes"lonal Landmark building corner of Call and Walnut Streets has seen !service for handset ing plan. An example of thisis
offices, city hall and over century-ased far everything from temporary courthouse to a liquor a rt ant report from the Kansas
council room. "sampling room." Extens n Service: They found that
the av, age street tree in a small
"It was erected in 1878 by Thomas town t is evaluated at $4.38 per
Hemingway for a grocery store and The rotting of the sills has allowed the Hemingway, whose husband was a nch of trunck This means
can hardly expect to entice shoppers with at that time was one of the famous building to settle In place8r and'it will descendant of the original builder. square that a ee 8" in diameter would be
brokrn and patched sidewalks, lined with weeds, such as this big' buildings of this section of the have to be jacked I The building then was a white two- worth '..20.12.

one along/ ('ourStr"t Just across from the First Baptist state "Some of the hand-planed ceiling story frame structure with a second-
Church. The poor condition of city sidewalks the downtownarea story balcony on the Call Street side. Of course different Values are
used boards are over 20 feet in length, an
"Th sills
12 12 Inches
were x I
was. cited as the No. 2 problem at a mf'rtlnglilit| week to given for different locations and
and solid heart pine' and while this Inch thick and 12 Inches wide. The A' small frame cottage:: the
pinpoint problems.Priority Hill has entirely rotted away In places, day has long since passed when residence of Mr. Hemingway and the different potential species.value This of shows trees. though,
the door joists are still sound timber in this section of the country family, was adjacent to the buildingon
Problem practically over the entire building will yield a heart board of that width the east side. Both were Also what many people don't
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'and length. surrounded by a picket fence realize Is that plant values-primarily

"Many lawyers of the past half tree values-can be expressed In
Thomas Hemingway the founder,
Concern over the future of the problem concerning the entire County Agents century maintained offices in the was an early advertiser of The terms of recapturing casualty loss if

downtown area of Starke and interest community, for no town or city, upper story. Judge Charles Harrison, Telegraph, having a space in the Oct. damage occurs.
in efforts to revitalize this worthy of the name, can be a ... 'f' Notebook later county judge of Hillsborough 25,1879 issue of the paper In which he What Is a 'casualty loss'?! Usuallyit's
County, and Judge J. T. Wills, In his
advertised his Goods and defined a loss resulting from
as an
district still in evidence although viable place in which to live and Dry
are early days of law practice, had head- Groceries: and 'A first-class identifiable event of sudden
no concrete plan toward work if the fringe Is healthy and ,/1 ByBobby quarters In this building. In later SAMPLE ROOM In rear of Store, unexpected or unusual origin. Natural
this goal has yet surfaced.At thriving while the heart of the years, with the advent of brick office where fine Liquors of all kinds and causes such as wind storms or floodsor
city is allowed to decay. In order TaylorPhone buildings, the upper story fell Into Lager on Ice can be had at all times." accidental loss (such as damage
disuse, and for many past has
a joint meeting last Thurs- be attractive in whichto '9M-4UHO I Extension years from an automobile colliding with a
to an place : ZOO been used as a store room. In later years the building housed tree) fall within thut definition.
day night of the City Planning live, a town or city must pre- the J.F. Kickliter general

Commission and a Chamber of sent a neat and healthy appear "Many of our older citizens recall merchandise store for many years There are three major avenues of

Commerce committee, three ance throughout. Since we grow some vegetables and the days when this building was the and In the 1950's was the popular site compensation for casualty losses:
immediate problems, where watermelons In our area I have al- trade center of a territory larger than" of Canova's Drug Store. Dr. W.B. insurance companies the courts, and
now covered by Bradford County. Park shad his medical office Internal Revenue Service. One
These sentiments ways been interested in the beginning upstairsfor the
action/ could be taken at were
no great of the for like word of caution though. If should
marketing season many years. you
expense, were identified I as inadequate expressed this week by Robert B. cucumbers, pepper, strlngbeans crops, and A picture of the building, as it ever entertain thoughts of claiming a I

parking space, the bad Cockayne, chairman of Jacksonville's watermelons in Collier County originally looked, was carried in the The building la now owned by Mrs. tax loss on damaged plants have
Nov. 12, 1954 75th Anniversary Issue of
condition of sidewalks in some Downtown Redevelopment Immokalee area. The Telegraph printed from an old Florence B. Brown and has been the pictures to enhance your claim. The
and the Council. lie is alsopresident site of Stan's since IRS usually asks for before and after
19t
Bootery 7.
areas, general appearance tin type loaned by the late Mrs. Frank >
The kind of growing season and harvesting pictures.so drag out that camera now
of the central business and chief executive
dates usually has some affect while the trees are healthy and green.
district.In officer of May-Cohens: In announcing on prices we get far our produce in our

/ a new retail outlet in area I have heard about the size of If you are planning to build soon It

the matter of parking it was the Gateway Shopping Center, the vegetable business In this LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. would be beneficial to have a qualified
pointed out that a substantial Mr. Cockayne said this would not southern part of Florida, but had .. person help evaluate your land-
never visited or toured the area. With little
scaping plans. a
portion of the shortage is causedby affect the downtown store as forethought you can start with trees

the proprietors of some businesses they are "really two different I had the opportunity to visit the ANIMAL ABUSE TRAVELER LAUDS and plants that will provide the most

in the area, as well as markets" catering to "an entirely Immokalee area earlier this week LAWSNEEDEDDear 301 FLOOD HELP beauty and shade and therefore the

their employees, parking for prolonged different customer than we with Mrs. Hazel Paulk. Mrs. Paulk is Gentlemen: .most value to your. property.
our county commissioner in charge of Sir: W
periods in spaces that serve in the suburbs.. the Agriculture Department. She is During a recent trip to Gainesville,
should be reserved !for the very also a member of the Agriculture After many years of residing in Fla. I passed through your City of Kerrigan To Attend
customers they so badly need. It "I believe in downtown areas, Committee of the State Association of Miami, Tampa, Stuart, etc., located Starke on 5-4-78. If you don't
is hard to understand why he said.. "Thee, is.a revival of County Commissioners. This com- here in Starke and enjoy calling it my. remember It was a terrible day. It Nursing Home Talk '

businessman would hasten any the downtown areas all over the, ..mitloe Is concerned with agrtculftytrt full time retirement residence. was raining and there were, tornado

demise of his business by 'country, and it:want tose,' Jack-,' growth. and development' ret/gh b t. 'Unfortunately there is one glaring warnings out. The Department 'of' Health; and

from sonvilie's restored. During the Florida and endeavors to keep their' fault in Bradford County that should The road in front of Holiday Inn Rehabilitative Services ( MRS)
blacking customers away fellow commissioners informed and concern decent Gulf Station was feet deep in Nursing Home Ombudsman
last 25 the downtown every responsible approx.
his door but apparently this is years up-to-date on the problems and oppor- Committee will hold Its
has been citizen-and that Is the complete lack water on both sides. Many cars monthly
the case.Plans business area slowly tunities In this field. of animal abuse laws and the total including myself stalled out In the meeting at 2 p.m., May 18. at the

eroded away with movement to Mrs. Paulk Invited to attend lack of Interest in a local SPCA. middle of all that water. Brooksville Nursing Manor 1114
were made to attack the suburbs, but it is beginning to me a Chatman Boulevard. Brooksville,
meeting of this committee last This week, I personally saw a blue Gentlemen it was local Florida.
these problems as well as others come into its own again. We're Monday In Immokalee. The com- your
trailer of horses parked all night In a townpeople's reaction to this situation
concerning the central city area, seeing a reversal of the trend. mittee learned more about a Farm residential area. No attention was that warranted my writing this letter. Mandated by the Florida
at future meetings when a com- The customer has not given up on Workers Village that has been given this stock, the driver was too Legislature the District III

mittee can be organized including the downtown area, and that is established there to help solve an busy, occupied otherwise. The un- There were approx. 4, 4-wheel drive committee and 10 other committees
from the merchants the most important thing." agricultural labor problem by providing fortunate horses were still in the vehicles and one tow truck pulling and throughout the state, were appointed
membership good and affordable housing trailer, Ignored when he departed pushing people out of the water. These by Governor Askew. Each committee,
themselves. the ones who for agricultural employees.The ( grating windshield wipers ask is of
gears men did not only not for money comprised a physician a regis-
should be most concerned by the Whatever is done in Starke, or unit farm workers merrily working in the glaring sunshine but before you could get out of your tered nurse, a nursing home
150 village
continued decline of the area. anywhere else, to revitalize the became In 1974 through the ) after 12 noon. Some hours later car to thank them they were gone administrator a lawyer a social
downtown area will have to be a efforts of a the reality Collier Board of County they were noted parked on 301, also in pulling and pushing someone else out worker, a licensed pharmacist a
unified effort the the sun and Ignored. I feel certain of the water. dietitian and five nursing home
It is encouraging to see that involving City Commissioners, the County Extension they had been loaded much earlier residents their
or
new blood is being pumped into Planning Commission, the Director, and the establishment of a noted the representatives.
than when at midnight previous Also your drive-in diner Powell's District III is composed of Hamilton..
the Bradford County Development Chamber of Commerce, the Development County from Housing Authority.and loan Financingcame from the day. Dairy Freeze was very helpful. The Suwannee. Gllchrist Columbia,
a
Authority and the grant running the diner opened early Union, Bradford. .
Authority in the form of Farmers Home Administration.The Was this burly, tipsy driver man Putnam. Lafayette.Alachua. .
three new members recently City government. arrested upbraided in and was letting myself and others use Dixie Levy. Marion Citrus.
appointed punished, or
his to make long distance calls. Lake.Sumter and Hernando
phone counties
Collier County Housing Seems there Is
to fill vacancies that have any wayNO no
Your Holiday Inn Gulf Station
kept this inactive for sev- Cooperation should be the key Authority is widely considered .as active law here in the Starke area to was
group word not competition. For it having ,the model Farmers Home prosecute such characters, though I very helpful. Receiving no salary, the committee
eral months. The Authority now isn't matter of the In- Administration financed Farm Labor understand there is a national law re- members volunteer their time to
has a full complement of a pitting Village of the United States. They quiring transported livestock to be Gentlemen. I gathered a few names investigate and resolve problems and
terests of one area against called individuals of some of the individuals 1 came in grievances of nursing home residents.
members except for a representative have been on by unloaded, rested and fed every eight
another. It is a matter of and groups from various points In hours. These horses must have been contact with; however I am sure there District Ill's Chairperson is
from the Brooker strengthening all parts of a townor Florida as well as several other confined for nearly 24 hours. A fine are more to be thanked. Here are the Registered Nurse Dorothy Smith of
district. who seeking information such cruel names I obtained: Pat Henry Tim Gainesville. Local members of the,
city so that it can cope with the states are means nothing to people as .
of that in- and help In establishing housing for this uncouth slob. They should be forbidden Crews. Steve Cardin. Ed Rip Holiday committee. are: Joe Kerrigan.
problems growth an
Powell's Dairy Freeze and
Keystone
Heights and
The downtown problem isn't farm laborers. to ever again own stock; then Marcia
creasing population are creatingnow to boot horsewhipped. Inn Gulf Station.I Skinner Lake City, both Nursing
just a problem concerning the and will continue to create in The meeting and tour were very Home Residents! Representatives.
downtown merchants. It is a the future. worthwhile even though It Is ques- (Name withheld thank these men for their efforts
tionable whether we need such a upon request) 'and your town should be proud of Residents of a nursing home;

facility at this time. I would like to see them. relatives of a nursing home patient or,
an Increase In profitable vegetable AN OPEN LETTERTO David Holcomb nursing home owners operators 'or
I The and strawberry farming our area. HAMPTON! ('ITIZESS"The 7901 Baymeadow's Circle E. employees are cordially Invited -to
Pulls
Sears PlugSears If this develops, we could have a need Apt. No. 327 ,attend the May 18 meeting. Questions
for additional housing for agricultural City of Hampton has to improvethe Jacksonville Fla.,32216 regarding patient care. rights.
workers in the future. I think we now water system. There has been no Medicaid or Medicare payments will .
have some Insight into possible notable Improvement In the system in FREEDOM THREATENEDBY be freely answered. '"
Roebuck & Co. has announced -, There is only, one way to courses of action to satisfy the need. .years.Some of the citizens have triedto OVER REGULATIONDear
withdrawal of its com- combat this trend and that is do something about it. Florida's State Nursing Home

mercials from two TV shows, through action by the viewers Farming and agriculture is a good The DER has now come into the Editor: Ombudsman Committee and the
themselves who object to bit bigger and different In the' picture, and tell us the system must eleven district committees welcome '
"Charlie's and "Three'sCompany programs
Angels"
be Taking a realistic look at America
Immokalee area than it Is in Bradford improved.Now citizen participation and be
," in keeping with the that violate their con- County Most farms are large and that something is being done to today we can see the same factors of reached toll free by phone at l-800-342r can
Sears policy of not sponsoring ception of good taste, as well as owned by companies, corporations, Improve the water system we are decline that contributed to the downfall 3400. "
programs containing excessive being material deemed unsuitable and incorporated by family enter hearing from a group of people calling of the Iron empire of ancient
for family viewing. TV: prises. Many of them plant harvest, themselves, "The Concerned Citizens Rome.The historian Edward Gibbon, .
violence or anti-social behavior. If pick and ship their own produce. of Hampton." One woman told me in his book "Decline and Fall of The These oppressive laws have come
to
purveyors of other products of fans are being urged per that their group has better than 71 Roman Empire"listed these factors: upon us due to our local government '

American would show sonally contact local station They also have a much longer people In It. The widespread discontent of the becoming a part of state and federal '
industry owners and managers to express growing season than we do. they farm I have seen only seven to'5 ten populace; the decline of genius and. agencies which sit behind closed
similar good judgment, perhaps specific concerns about, objectionable up to 10 months out of the year and members of this so-called group. and manly virtue; the rage of tyranny; doors drawing up their plans of'
television viewers, both youths as well as have produce to sell 8 to 8 months they are trying to run the whole show, the general relaxation of discipline; control for a people who no longer .
and adults would be spared some programs each year.; They appear get better (felling the council what the town as a 'the increase of taxes; the threatening know what is best for their own well: .
of the flood of sex-oriented to praise noteworthy programs prices for their produce. but I also whole needs, wants,and can and can't tempest of barbarians; and corruption being. These problems may be na-
that have educational, as well as understand their expenses per acre or afford. in government often taking the tional In scope, but the cure must start
programs that have been sche- entertainment value.If per unit of production are.much more All the people of Hampton have a form of violation of the laws by the at the local level. It is time for us to''
duled by the networks for fall. than ours. part in this problem,and need to voice powerful. These were the death pangs Inform.our local officials that we '.
viewers their opinion In this not Just a few. ,of a once great civilization. know two and two still equal four and ,
In defense of their low-grade enough register They have just started harvesting Do not allow a few power-hungry that water won't run up hill. ','r:
programming, the networks say their disapproval, the advertising watermelons. The price people to speak for the whole town. Do As good American citizens 'we I

they are merely responding to sponsors, such as $ears, will get 10 cents per pound to the grower not wait until everything' Is done to should accept our responsibilities as Paul I. Meng"': '

changing American values and the message and withdraw their' 'cause'of a strong demand and short speak up. Individuals Instead of looking to Hampton, Fla.,
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financial of such supply This price probably won't last The council has put this before the government to solve all of our
I morals.) Apparently they do not support too long because It looks like In about people of Hampton to vote on, and I Government cannot be all \ .'"
realize that programs. This is one message three weeks watermelons will be harvested when it Is time to vote. get out and bongs to all people.It will become too ,
they along with x- that the networks will' from Immokalee to Lake City vote do not leave your vote up to big and overwhelming. Already' the .

rated movies obscene understand. If this happens prices will tumble and :one group of people to run you or your 'wasteful bureaucracy through the !

magazines and even off-color our melon growers will suffer, town.Do: Regional Council, the EPA. HUD. and
nottake the word of a few our unwarranted regulationsmove
popular songs, are responsible and zoning
be done it's
for those changing values. And It can as This kind of news Is not good people, or listen to half truths, as to In to regulate more and more
easy as pulling the plug when especially: when we consider the bad how one group Is changing things in the life of the citizen making serious

the more the media degrades such low grade ore is being mined, weather and production problems our town. inroads on our freedom ,and self
moral values. the farther they by the money-hungry networksin growers have had so far this year.Our Now+ what can you. as a person, do determination. For example: the unreasonable Between czar and revolution.

have to go next season in giving their anythinff-goes race to In- growers need a good year to stay In. for,Hampton? inspections and regulations Russia had one prim.
on our vehicles and
business and recover tosses had property minister
many of a democraticparliamentary
the public something with new crease their ratings and In the last two years. More on this James Parker.'Sr. owner not being allowed to have the

shock value. revenues. later. Hampton. Fla. type of home of their owq cboo fn,. Alexander Kercniky government in T917.,



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/":,," ,.'" Fire Station Number 2 Is room for the 19$7 model Seagrave tire equipment"manufactured', in Ocala ait
( almost ready for engine with a 1,000 gallon pumper that "beautiful.
occupancy as city
1 1l ;: ; ',: :>":. ,, '. .... electric workers put the finishing will be brought from the main fire Plans for the operation of the fire
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l 1a ikI touches on the building located behind station. equipment presently will be for powl'rplant
it kl / the power plant on SR-100. volunteers during the day to do
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I eliminating the chance of a fire truck The newest (firefighting equipment as much as possible' in fighting a fire
r being blocked by a train.A purchased by the city, a new safety until firemen can get across the/!'
cabover ''o tracks with or without the other
reality finally the station on the engine, will be stationed the0main trucks depending If the tracks are
east aide of the railroad tracks was fire station on Jefferson St. long witha blocked by a tram. \
built almost entirely by city electric 1962 Ford that has a 750 gallon The volunteers will receive training(;
workers when they had time away pumper and 750 gallon tank. In operating the pump and driving the
from other duties. Cost was estimated(! truck. No regular firemen will be
?; at$3.500 a total will be available after The new engine will be fully stationed at the new station for the
J SiI the building is completed. equipped with a 1,000 gallon pumper a present time. At night Sapp said some
F 750 gallon lank and l.suo feet of 3t of the regular firemen live on the eastside
,' tl'd The block building adjoins the back inch hose and two booster reels with a of the tracks In addition to other
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I q'' f f r/'Ijl/ fMI NMnFfffMrit / (CA ,( ''tsi N r part of the power plant that was total of 200 feet of hose. The purchase volunteers can operate the engine(
1I previously used for storage. The new price 149,775.. Fire chief Eldon Sapp until help arrives "It should work out r
r b Ac building will have a storage. area, plus describes the newest piece of real nice" said Sapp.
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The proposed new city hall has forthcoming and It could "I I /'fc I:
create a budge by 34000. '_ | ,
turned into a political football for financial problem and burden for the j<
Starke commissioners said Charles citizens. Pencils scratched but no IIOlution' :
Schaefer. during. the meeting Tuesday was made. Edwards was.asked to'' I
{ night. Edwards said to borrow the 300.000 work with the city auditor before the
u' planned would tie up 100 percent of the next meeting June 6 to find out "
,. Schaefer accused city clerk Merrill federal revenue sharing due the city exactly what Is the city's financial I
Edwards of playing "hanky panky" for 20 years. Loan approval has picture. .
close to election time. Schaefer referred already been received from Florida
to a news article In the Gaines- National Bank Payments that loan Bids for the city hall are scheduledto /
/M1 G ville Sun quoting Edwards that would be $29,000 annually added to be opened at the June 6 meeting.
9 increased expenses "will work a annual payments of $20,000 for the
financial hardship before year'*end." recently set up self Insurance Pending financial

Ui S r y The Sun article continued to quote program of the! .cy chief Eldon Sapp was arrangementsfire told to postpone '.
Edwards on saying the income
would have to be increased"city Mayor Harold Epps said although picking up the city's new fire
to cover the $20,000 engine. Sapp said the engine made in
was a payment the city
the loans and the result he
Jw. would be anticipated was actually making a payment to Ocala was ready and had to he paid
higher
utility costs.
Peopleare itself. The city would pay off an when It was received. Cost for the
a l tiA' bills having Some an awful time paying their existing 11.000 loan and increase the engine Is "
h now. city residents are still

trying to come up with money to pay __ A __ .. _
f off the high gas bills from cold

., .2....:!lw, weather two monthS ago." i.I: ummer'aifstyes I

-"' l D .- Schaefer asked for a yes or no if the 9,975.JI If):

city clerk was In favor of city hall.

''Stark electrical workers Cecil Prrssley Lester finishing touches on Fire Station Number 2 located behind Edwards never answered directly
Wllllngham., Merren Uztnbre and Bill Chambers' put the the power plant on SK-IOO. but said it would "put a crimp in ,
budget"unless additional income was :
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".A recommended 1978-79 school fair and that he and the staff had Christmas vacation would be Dec. 18 said Marlon Payne. This would clear For the Ultimate in Unisex Hair Styling. A Most Modern Hair Salon
calendar was rejected Monday night. taken that into consideration in through Jan. 1.School would end June the Inventory and allow an accurateup with Ample Parking Area.
May 15. by the Bradford school board making up the new calendar. 8 for students June 14 for teachers. to date check on items said Payne.
because Spring vacation did not coincide Board member Arthur Gasklns recalled In other action the board: Casey said this summer's Inventory Lott's Of Beauty t
with the Bradford County Fair. two years ago saying he -Postponed discussion on the would hold each school principal SR '
Board ,members asked Supt. Tom remembers students walking en- Diversified Training Program at accountable and would be done with 325 Hampton Fla.
Casey to rework the calendar so masse down the middle of US-301 to BHS. Instructor Bill Costello remainson the principal from each school center Call: Sue for appointment ai 408-1197

students tire out of school on Spring the fJIIt! \ created, a dangerous! sick leave after being kicked while plus\,,a second\ principal.
break duririe-the toiK Bel-next March s. ;" ? t ; breaking,up.tight on,the campus! &. .._____'' =_ _ ,. "mil
:|lOnndAPrall.2.3''j' '" 'wip'eaSklns April 19. Parrish said Coatelto's wit'" ... ... S 5
| '! work ouMHe "weren't absent during the fair..Some, said a'letter of explanation would be 'I.
calendar any way the school board Casey replied. in school board members boxes FAftMfft'S MUTUAL EXCHANGE'
wants it. done but his recommendation Other than the (fair dates and spring Tuesday.
was what he presented vacation the new calendar was almost !- -Authorized Ted Oglesby to purchase
('..usey. in presenting the calendar to Identical to this current year a refrigerated trailer for $2,650 Su 2228 N.TEMPLE AYE.I I
the; board said the new calendar did School would begin August 21 for bid price if the unit is satisfactory. A 884.1871T.r'! \ \
not have.school holidays during the teachers and August 28 for students second bid was 6250. S
-Asked Casey to pursue all :
avenues to retrieve a tuba valued at --
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3 Hurt, 6 Charged in Luwtey Fight $500 taken from the county: by a AfAll y",
student. Wolbert said the student I ; j

'An altercation in Lawtey Friday vated assault and placed in the patrol moved to Polk County and all efforts I .;.,...-4.,dSASE {
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May 5. left three men injured and a car. But while, arresting Brad Byron to have the parents return the instrument I ,.'
Starling, 22. Lawtey, for aggravated'battery. have tailed. I
total of six arrests made with an .
Carter was assaulted and 'tt.: -
-Agreed to continue the same I .
additional arrests to come at anytime .. .
the Bradford County Sheriff'sOffice received numerous bruises on the policy on not serving breakfast at I ,\ ,.
rms. school centers with the exception of I ) "" .
'Officer reports.Charles D. Carter of'the Others arrested include Shad Edwin Brooker which already has a program I 4 f '::1.
Lawtey Police Department responded Starling. 23; Robert Stanley Wheeler sponsored by the PTA.Surveys sent to I t\j: ,
to a call late Friday evening that in- 24: Dennis Dean Roberts 20; Randy parents Indicated there was not sufficient I 1 4' ........
Allen Roberts 21, all arrested for battery I -t ;
vovled several persons fighting in the Interest in breakfast at the other I ':-' : :{ .
of officer and school awl
a police resisting centers. NltM
street near a Lawtey skating. rink. I \
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tin of fleer with violence -Agreed after discussion to -
The disturbance was the result of an I .
earlier argument that took place near Howard Stephens sustained a approve and dispose of "Junk" Items. ,
convenience which broken arm and Emanuel :Stephens; Board members said the totals of -:0"
a had Lawtey been broken up without store arrests or received injuries to his face during $53.000 for the Vo-Tech and $42,000 T YOUR FARMEK&TOiJTUAL EXCHANGE -h...-
the disturbance. reflect original
prices and not the
Police chief M.M.
injuries by Lawtey
Jordan and Carter. Those arrested were released after depreciation. Many of the Items have
posting a $2,51)0) bond eo.cn.\ been unaccounted for many years. UNIVEIISAL WV3t1OO DOMESTIC I IlOIKOUNTt
later
Arriving at the disturbance IISPIOSTARTER 10% OFF so.
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Carter found three persons carrying FIELD 1 \ OM, MOW IMV II TMHJ II I
handles and rifle. MINERAL & Om> 1U M' "* ,.WMMM M KOCI. Mtl Ml MC1MIOI,, [
ae a pistol a .Y ey >a
''Howard M. Stephens 41)) of Middes- f'I'' SALT FEEDER FENCE DOG rOOD NUQCCTS 16.95SOeb.D I

blro.) Ky was .arrested for aggra- noLL'49.70 LAND O'LAKES MILK REPLACENS I

YNIIIIUl1pt/PAYIYII '58.50 "G'11.95 >5.b.g CAL>9.15n,bog |
Man Claiming to !1(' 1141 DOMESTIC f TflAMISOl INjeCTASll '41.002ooc.

STOCK TANK FIELD FENCE i TIZMSTI ,9.25 tub.

Hospital; Escapee '32.20 '64.50 i ALGHO OK ...MINERAl LA16.OO t5.25M>b.g |

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Come, In And Get These Bargains Before' i J** mcnioiAiuin* CK DANOFPELLITl CATTLI WORMER '39.855O.bo.

Arrested. We Get Settled In' ,UNIVERSAL ;:''N'YIIIAltuU41.
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A man claiming he was an escapee "SHOOT THE GREASE" .1 J t

from a northern hospital was pickedup With A Fine Carrier Window HOG FEEDER MOWERS UNICO' -..0 GREASE W
in Starke early this week for inniu120M3
vagrancy and released from County IU811 165.35 ONI CARTON OP'0. 5.00 't't. .

Jail Tuesday night after thecharges ... '86.90 TWO CARTONS OP 10 '4.75 .:
against him were dismissed. Air Conditioner 0;, J
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OtlMM 1221-11 4.50 '
CALF CREEP -a THREC CARTONS OP 10 I
'Arthur Aklnson. Jr.. 28. was pickedup E.4
bv Starke police for loitering on the FEEDERSccioo \\109.60 FBICI m ..U ,

streets with "no visible honest meansof -- '
support." Adkinson claimed he was I 189.90 "BUT THE CASE"

an.escapee from a mental hospital I cc 200 '276.30 UXICO IU'III12M 10W40 MOTOR Oil |
over a year ago. but Starke police i ii I
report that he was released In 1971. t MOTTO a ] iir t.i ii am tun 52',i.i .
Also arrested this week was Joe BARBEDWIRE
;,.. .jr in nit 61' .
Starke for dealing "
Lee. 24. of .
Edward f,
in; stolen, property: and buying. and. .. .' ,, I .;_a5 .. slits, iiaraNicosurEHoi fig ,>I. '"
.....:,*.rl\elvlng..tolen.prtlperty.\ --S'. 'Ifeewasarreste4htonday : 17.30iniriiiiii f
'S w tu m M MOTOR OIL
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\ at 10 p.m. Y '
In his home. arged with 11'1 '.. Ina d. IT TWS II Hill lltll 5611;
dealing In stolen property, including\ a I ?h: '
30-30,:\ rifle belonging to Kenneth BARBED WIRE i.i 111 tin 65', iJ.
V&vne.. a .12 gauge shotgun belonging '24.80, uN'f' LEVERWRENCHIII '

to Christina Stearns a .22 caliber ,.."'.0'0.............. 4 50 'I' 'tiir 73 1*> \J
pistol belonging to James Trowell.! a From 5,000 To NICEo.os ATLANTA MOOIL10ONDULINE .

.22V, caliber pistol belonging to Lois 33,500 BTU .r "1011 YOUR OWM* )
Gfeen and a .308 Remington pump .
A. Brown. : .. 11-" m 4 on fiiiiirii .
belonging to John 00 Aj' I
gun! Priced From $1' 9'8 ..... TIRES ".!!If ,.,, 'IIGI '

.. .. .. IBA/1111AI... '895 ROOFING iir in,,. IIT in ir v. met' .'
Lee 'was awaiting an appearance :: IIT ton 10 in m MU t

before a judge Tuesday.The aitMi 53.71 \\\ 01..,. 81'0 37.67 .....,.. ... ,. .,"aHE ; \

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I PaPIA TELEGRAPH May IS, IKS Lawtey ,
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I Reported RecoveringFive S f'F i Lawtey Elementary ha*: \ n I

I : cognized by the .I\'bJ a I
"" ti '7Y ANYoa' i. rlt,+ ,+ jt apartment of Education as In
Involved in accident The I
people an Florida Highway Patrol reported l
of the schools jn I
28, 5.1 miles west of Ronald the top two percent
: Friday. April Gary Williams of the slate on the efficiency*ranking I
Slarke on SR-16 are recovering from Gainesville was traveling east on SR. ,
Injuries received. 16 al 50 mph on the wrong side of the report Lawtey'*
Annette Moore of West Palm Beach, road The Sapp vehicle was travelingwest The report compares
sister of Mrs. Carolyn Sapp of Starke, : result on the fifth grade statewide
on SR.l'at 55 mph. The FHP reported result from similar
Assessment to
transferred from Bradford '' .
was Sapp applied the brakes and
schools, and then Is analyzed againstthe
Hospital to Palm Beach off t
the
County ran pavement onto the north wsaf of educational
hospital May 4 and since then re side shoulder for a distance of 45 feet cost Lawtey'
leased.! Mrs. Moore was treated for before driving back onto the pavement rang The result Is the efficiency' ,
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fractures In the pelvic area. Her son, for 38 feet in an attempt to miss r M ranked I
q Elementary was 24
Sean 10. received minor cuts. the Williams' vehicle. The FliP said Lawtey ,
the school in Florida
Mrs.Supp received a cheat Injury, a Williams' right front tire was on the out of 1,400' ,
wrist and bruised putting them in the top two percent.
sprained a severely centerline as both vehicles hit head
leg Kimberly Sapp. 8, required 15 Commissioner of Education Ralph

Hlltvhcs In her forehead Driver Joe on.Williams was charged with failure I I jI Turlington congratulated Lawtey
Supp received abdominal injuries, a to drive within a single lane. The FliP Elementary, saying "The result
school has
and cuts and abrasions Indicate your been
l broken finger estimated $3,800 damage to the
in the utilization
I Ile spent one night in Bradford County Williams' vehicle and $1,000 to the especially effective "
hospital for observation Sapp vehicle. of Its limited resource Turlington
expressed his appreciation to
Pr nclr.,1 Jim Duncan and the staff
_ Cub Scout News Head Start Youngsters Hear About Eye CareNative and la her' of Lawtey ElementaryIn
a lei r to the school

('URSCOUTPACK5IS All the scouts helped with potted of Lawtey Dr Henry Franklin talks to Head Start optometrist.
Cub Scout Pack 518 participated in plants to give to the visitors. The children about eye care. Home on leave Dr. Franklin, son of Bradford-Union Head Start presently has 72 children ages
the Scout World at the Gator Bowl in group would like to thank the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Franklin of Lawtey. Is an Army 3% to I year old enrolled the federally funded program.
Jacksonville last Saturday. community for its cooperation In
Approximately S.uou people attended. making It possible for them to attendby t-

Lord boys attending were: Dale buying various articles they sold Guard Graduate 11
Brown, David Black Mark Barber, Officers Sunday, a.m.
Aaron Davis, Gary Coleman Scott Den Meetings are on Tuesday, from
McKwnn Neal McElhonny and Jesse 4'30 to 5:30: p.m. at the Church of ,
Cireon. Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Graduation and commission Many senior officer In the Florida

The pa-k's: booth won one of the first Bcssenl Koad. exercises of the Florida National National Guard are expected to :
place b'r.e ribbonx. Mark Barber Guard Military Academy Officer attend the graduation exercise
displayed a knot-board: Gary Pack meetings which parents are Candidate School, Class 17,. will be including the Adjutant General for
Coleman! a birdhouse and a doghouse : expected to attend are on the fourth held Sunday May 21, at 11 a.m. at the Florida, Major General K.C. Bullard _
: Aaron Davis a portable bench Thursdays from 7:30: to 8:30: p.m. at Randal F. 'Chitty Armory, 720 of St. Augustine. About 400 officers ,Is
and sled and boats; Scott McEwnn. the church. Edwards Road. and friends are expected. An

poetry, and Neal McHlhenny' a plant program has been
exhibit. Jean BarberSnunliine The candidates have been In schoolfor panned and the ceremony will last k

over a year and those graduating about one hour.
Acre NewsMay will be commissioned as Second Three of graduates are expectedto
_ Lieutenants In the Florida Army be assigned to the local unit, the
National Guard and the Reserve of 631st Maintenance Company, said
has been a glorious month at were made for draining water out of the Army. CW4 AI Crosby, Jr. .
Sunshine' Acres, our garden Is really all of Starke's driveways.Joel.

starting to bloom. Soon there will be Steinberg
corn: watermelon cantaloupe,
squash tomatoes for all the clients Home Intervention Community Newsby

and their families. Program
A delightful parent meeting was

This punt Friday, May 12, we all held April 13, at Ann Corbetts home, Elizabeth Walker New Bethel Baptist Church:
went to Union Correctional Institute, Joel Steinberg of BUARC was the Phone:9M-4B83 Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meetingand
to participate in their annual flower guest speaker. Ann served a covered Bible Study. Sunday School 9:30
show. Each client received! their very dish supper to over 20) youngsters and CANCER DRIVEMs. a.m. 5 p.m. Bible Study.
own plant as a gift for replanting in their parents, A C.B. Coffee Break is Lillian Stumps Is grateful to Pleasant Grove United Methodist
their own home. planned for the Memorial Day Mrs. Marion Dell for the successful Church: Every first and second No Cause Found inSR.100Accident
weekend atTGY Center.: To help raise work in the Cancer drive. 238.82 was Monday Young Adult Choir rehearsal
Our new concrete culvert pipe department money for matching funds for a state reported for Starke. Ms. Mazella 7 p.m. Tuesday Junior Choir ''re Trooper Don Robert* writes up wreck that occurred Thursday, on SR-100 In
has really started producing grant that we are applying for. Come Smith reported $33 for Hampton. hearsal 7 p.m. Wednesday Prayer which the Ford station wagon retting upside down, above, left the road, struck
pipes, many of them are already out and. help up raise this vitally Bradford County Chapter NAACP Meeting7 p.m.Thursday 7 p.m. Bible the power pole In the background and turned over. Two youths got the woman
serving the purpose that they needed sum.IfouTl will meet Tuesday, May 23, instead of Study. Sunday School 10 a.m. Love- driver out of the wrecked auto and took her to Bradford County hospital where
Monday, May 22 as was printed last feast 3 p.m. This will conclude she was released with only minor Injuries. I
.
week at Pleasant Grove United services.

Methodist Church. 7:30: invited All Antioch Missionary Baptist Valerie Johnson Starke, received |Ing at the corner of the Intersection of
citizens and members are to Church: Saturday, May 28 Rev only bruises Thursday.after she lost Grand and Davis Streets.
want to rememberhow attend. Rulse will preach. New Hope ChurchChoir control of her vehicle after passing Hamilton was charged with willful
will sing. Also the Union Choir. another car on SR-100 collided with a and wanton driving and speed too fast
CHURCH NEWSWomen : The public Is Invited.Mt. utility pole and rolled, Florida High- for control.
they look Educational Conventionwill Morlah United Methodist way patrol reported. John McLellan Godwin of Starkewas

convene at New Bethel, May 18- Church: : Choir rehearsal and Prayer According to FHP,Ms.Johnson still charged with an Improper turn In
21. .. Meeting was held Wednesday 7:30 does not know* why she lost control of a May 16 accident on l SR230. Police
today p.m. Sunday School 9:30: a.m. the vehicle saying she passed the reported Godwin was being passed by
o Kbenezer: 'Missionary i 'Baptist; '' Morning Service 11 a.m. other vehicle without any problems.She Gary Wayne Whitehead of Starke and
Church: Mt. Sinai Women Missionary Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist moved the utility pole with her attempted a left hand turn into a
Board will meet Thursday.May 18, at Church: Monday 7:30: p.m. each car about one inch FHP reported.In private drive.
New Bethel Church, 5:30: p.m. All week Tiny Tot rehearsal. ,Tuesday other accidents reported by FHP, Police estimated $1,000 damage to
officers and members are asked to be Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Michael Bennefleld Lake Butler was the Godwin vehicle and $250 to the
present. The local program will be Senior Choir rehearsal 7:30: p,m. Injured Saturday afternoon on SR-231 Whitehead vehicle.
held Thursday, 8 p.m. Thursday 7'30: p.m. Story Hour. The in Brooker when his top-heavy tractor Maxie Tanner of Lawtey was
Saturday, 6 p.m., there will be a Senior Choir will go to New Bethel overturned on the west shoulder. charged with careless driving in a
banquet 'sponsored by the Mission Baptist Church 7:30: p.m. JunlorChoir May 11 accident. Police reported a
Board at the Garden Restaurant. The rehearsal Friday 6:30: pm. Friday Nine-year-old Cleveland D. third vehicle was westbound on SR-16
speaker will be Mrs. Doris Heastie. night the Junior Choir will sell dinners Hankerson of Starke was treated and and made a left turn into the Auto
N Toastmaster will be Carl llaile. at the church. Saturday the Junior released at Bradford County Hospital Parts Center with Tanner stoped
There are a few tickets left. If you Usher Board will sell dinners at the May 13 after being hit by a motorcycle behind.Paul D. Newell passed Tanneron
are desirous of a ticket church. Sunday School 9:30: ; Morning driven by Kevin Dwayne Hamilton of the right edge of the road as
contact Mrs. A. Chandler, Mrs. Ellen Worship and Baptism 11 a.m. Dinner Starke. Tanner attempted .to make a right
3 Homes or Mrs. A. Davis before 12:30: League 4 p.m. Evening Worship Police reported Hamilton was hand turn on N. Walnut Street.
Thursday, 5:30: p.m. Visitors are 6 p.m. Visitors are welcome. traveling at 20 mph going north on Police estimated Woo( damage to the'
welcome. Grand St. at 7 p.m. when he lost con- Tanner vehicle and $1,000 to the
Sunday morning 11 a.m., Rev. E. Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. trol and hit the youth as he was play- Newell vehicle.
Gainey pastor First Baptist Church, Church: i Sunday School 10 a.m.
Gainesville will preach. 3 p.m., Rev Morning Worship 11 a.m. The Fellow
J.lt. White from Trenton, Fla.. will ship of Churches will be held Sunday Form Bosh for I
preach. 6 p.m., Rev L.R. Davis will May 28, at 3 p.m. All members are Fuqua On Tap TomorrowIt
preach.Angeronie. asked to cooperate with the activities

Nicole Nichols Is a contestant of the church for success. Rev. is "politickin" time again and In head, plus country music and
in the East Coast vs West Richardson pastor of Mt Pisgah will that tradition a get-together for fellowship.
Coast Baby Contest. Sister Amand preach. friends of Congressman Don Fuqua
Chandler is selling tickets for the St. John Baptist Church will will be held tomorrow evening Ticket Information in Bradford
affair. Please help us make this observe their annual men and women (Friday May 19..' at 6 p.m.) at the County can be gotten from Buford
M occasion a success. 'day beginning with Sunday School farm of Union County Sheriff John Mitchell and in Union County from
9:45: a.m. The 11 a.m. service will Whitehead near Lake Butler. D.M. Hale :Tickets: are $25 each. I
Church of Goil'In Christ: Bible begin with a program presented by
Bank Tuesday 7 p.m. Pastoral the youth department. Dinner will Also in the tradition there will be hot Fuqua D-Altha represents voters in I
Teaching and Prayer Friday 7:30: be served at 1 p,m. in tne annex. At buttered corn on the cob, bar-b-cue the 2nd Congressional District
p.m. Sunday School 9:30: a.m. 2:30: p.m. the speaker will be Mrs. chicken, chicken pileau/ cole slaw, covering Alachua. Baker, Bradford. ,-
rpc' Missionary Service 11:30: a.m. YPWW Bettye Browq from Cocoa. The Junior and baked beans Columbia Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton: I
; 5-30 p.m. Choir will sing. Bet tye is a graduate of "There will be plenty of groceries Lafayette Levy, Madison Suwannee,
Mt Hlngah A.M.E.! (Church R.J.E. High School. Starke. and had for everyone" said Sheriff White- Taylor and Union counties. I., I
f Sunday School to a.m. 11 a.m. college training at Fla. Memorial I

Morning Worship. 7 p.m. Evening College in St. Augustine. She taught
IL -' Worship. Visitors are welcome: t- several years in the Elementary Senior CitizensWe I
% Department of RJE. She received her .
TRAVEL ADVENTURE Master Degree from Nova University.For I
EDUCATIONSee the pust 13 years she has taught Both Houses of Congress are convinced that this action by
diligently
Modern Math in the Elementary Congress Is the correct, humane I
Chief Kelly US Navy Recruiting Brevard worked this month to improve the to the of
A professional School in County. Bettye is Older Americans Act by extending approach problems the
Station Starke known to her friends as Bettye Jean every effort should be
Monday 10 AM. Iii 2 PM. I ,Jenkins the daughter of Rev and from the and present one year to three bent towards making use of these I
8x10 color for years Improving the Older
portrait Bradford Square 2/10 3/12 Mrs. Alphonso Jenkins of Starke.; Americans Act 1963 with the ultimate Older improvements Americans and Act.extension of the'.

consolidation of Titles 3. 5. 7 to meet These actions coincide
: with the
the increasing needs of the nation's
Choose from selection of elderly. The Senate aspirations of the senior citizens
our approach would organization of Bradford
County. An
88 8 scenic and color back- include all persons 65 plus whose In- elected committee of 5 persons aided
VERNON OLIN comes are 125 percent of the povery
grounds. You may select additional r level or less. by the Executive Director of CUBE
r Ms. Sally Nelson, have planned a
With almost
portraits offered at Democratic Candidate, recognized Senior two Citizens million In residents Florida, series of meetings with the objectivesof

reasonable prices with no w, for it seems that multi-purpose senior acquiring funds toward building a
multi-purpose center in Bradford
obligation. See our large Decorator Portrait. Satisfaction citizens centers are a must in every County. .
.. county; especially In thermal
BftADfORDCOUKTYBOARD 'areas.
Sick CoMmittee '
always or. your money cheerfully) refunded : : : "t ... The..need for --these edifices' are- ilolst'repgrted'that; Chairman'Ad'a club members; ':;
OF EDUCATION shown viz: to combat Isolation, lone
Emma Morton
and Rose
Friday Thru Sunday ., liness to be able to meet with their' confined Bonawandt
are In
District, One peers get the Oldsters Into the main Bradford County
Hospital. We send
out love and
stream of life good
May 19 Thru 21 gate style one hot by balanced providing meal congre-per came wishes down to them with and colds many and others other who ail .

day. Assist the aging to remain
., active ments due to the recent flooding In
In their communities serve as a
10 A.M.-8 P.M. St&TKC* '_
Daily: community
planning agency act as
Four members
B.S. degree at Syracuse University an advocate promote meals on of our sister club in
Graduate work- Two years In education and social.work wheels develop health screening. Hampton visited with us. They were
Sunday 12 Noon -5 P.M.TG& .
: r' homemakers shopping visits to doctors Bill Evelyn Vaughan Josephine Fontaine, ,.
_
Fontaine. William
transportation legal add telephone Lahn and one

y L Elvlilf( tLLrciLCrqw I ( ; : 27 years experience In education and social work home repairs reassurance, recreation, friendly and visits other welcome person was Wanda given and Belts.also A hearty hurry,. ,
Builder, farm many back!
owner and businessman, .
%. J eps.vcewfcwr, .- tLLG4C CCL1! : ; E more We firmly services.believe that carrying out' Happy Birthdays were Peggy
Richardson
and Wanda
301 South Starke. Florida these proposals and the funding to do Betts.
Up to date
will
report be
so. I Is vastly cheaper and given of
One sitting per subject-SI per subject for additional Past CItizen Commander Am LegionMj, Grange. Senior humane than shutting the elderly more into Schaeffer our meetings and with Mayor Charles
Lawtey Methodist Church Chamber of nursing homes and commissioner Harold
subjects groups or individuals In the same family. Commerce, .Historical I Society Advisor they are live,vibrating forgetting persons whomwe that Eppa and Ed Gaines area agency on

Persons under 18 must be accompanied by parent or' can all pitch In and help. In turn, aging.
Paid Political Advertisement by Vernon E. Olin, Campaign Fund we would receive help ourselves, Next meeting will be May'23 at I
guardian. >.m. at Pratt
Street
when needed, and over all, keeping us center.. Recreation
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Elizabeth: Walkers Junior Troop by Dolores Meng CELEBRATIONS i.
684 met with Cadette Troop 520 last Phone 408-lf 13 LUNCiI MENU U'EfJNESDA Y_ fcltbanSin aw'Ch.'
Wednesday for their Bridging SENIOR CITIZENSThe Donald Wilson celebrated his green peas, potato rounds pt.fhea.;
birthday May 17 '
Ceremony. Sixth graders Included: I\layn-Z1 MONDAY- cake milk
Robin Jefferson Regina Jones, Hampton Senior Citizens will Mr. and Mrs Gerald Adkins enJoyed salad TllUltSDAY Chill twtth' beans
pie. garden
Hamburger
,'/ Per time Brown Elaine Searcy hold a regular meeting In the City (the Mother's Day Visit of their buttered corn, half biscuit, milk. cole slaw, cheese toast cherry:
Vonda Kay Hall Patricia Slocum and Hall. Friday. May 19 at 2 p.m. Alt Interested children Sunday including. Mr. and TUESDAYHamburger pear on bun. cobbler, milk. FRIDAY Turkey
Lisa Williams Cadettes present were persons are welcome to Mrs. Emory Prevatt of Starke and lettuce tomato pickle french fries salad green beans, cheese roll. '2
little Emory III. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
attend.
Dawn Hall cookie milk
Patricia Garvln orange
Hope fruit cup cookie milk.
ao Richard of Ocala. Mr. and Mrs Joel
Jackson. Angelina Hall Sheila Smith of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. .'
.Searcy. Loraln Bass, Angela Harris CHRISTIAN HamptoaChristian Guy Padgelt of Starke and Beverly Jo m 10 fltlaolr. ea tl .... aFresh
I Sf"Sheree i ; Harmon and Sadie McDuffY'I The Ladies Council of the Smith ofJacksonvilte. all visited
|/!>Refreshments were enjoyed after theIJ. Freddie Aldridge Church held their meeting and refreshments They !
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enjoyed From Our Farm
nceremonY.I ; Enlists In Navy May 10 at the home of Mrs, Clarice Jody Wadsworth visited his grandmother -
Bradford High School senior Adkins. Plans were made for a Mrs Sullivan of I
I *; Brownies Troops 127 and 690 really Freddie L Aldrldge has been rummage sale to be held on June 3, Waldo Over the Madge weekend. I sea Crop Bradford County Benin j D
\\were\
Jtf., busy last Friday night at their accepted for and enlisted In the from 9 a.m. until S p.m. at the city Justin Wadsworth Friday
spent
;,overnight at the Methodist Church hall. is invited to contribute
United States Everyone
I M'Fellowship!' Hall. Leaders Barbara Seaman Recruit Navy. liver usable household goods to this sale. evening and Saturday with Tommy Western South Florida
Aldrtdffe at Parker. They enjoyed fishing I
fff Cain. Linda Bowem Debbie Purvis, 706 Ida SL In Starke with his mother Contributions may be left at the city swimming and ball playing. 'I
!fey: ,'and Irene Wainwright helped them Mrs. Cora Lee Aldrldge. Entry In the hall after Friday's Senior Citizens Tommy Len Jones entertained Cantaloupes | omaloes
-K with leaf prints macaroni necklaces Council Clarice
meeting. members
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1, Delayed Entry Program will allow friends with a hot dog and marshmallow
Qo" memo holders and vases and cards (la Aldridge to graduate with his Adkins Daisy Fort Shirley Normanor :
Todd Parker
high roast Friday.
t'' for their mothers. Vicki Thomas will also be to : $ CO
gift school class at BHS and afford him Evelyn Vaughan glad was accidentally) burned by a flaming 3/ |
T Junior visited donations 390 Lb
from Troop 609 with theft the opportunity to enter the Navy at a accept for the sale marshmallow that evening.
Brownies and explained Juniors and higher than uaual pay grade. Following the meeting refresh
.t!'; badges to them. Brownies enjoying Once in the active Navy recruit ments were served by Mrs. Adkins. I I
i the event were Laurel Alvarez, Lottie Aldridge will attend Yeoman "A" '
t6-' Cole. Sandi Cain Lynn Barber, Tara School at Memphis. Tennessee for IIOUDAY Yellow
I "* Marchant. Sue Ann Nettles. Angela seven weeks thep enter the personnel 4-11 CLUB Monday, May 29 Is designated as a Lettuce
Montgomery. Annajean West. Nicky administration and accounting field The Hampton /-1I Club and their school holiday In observance of : Squash S
1 Montgomery Becky Martin. Barbara As a part of his 30 days annual leaden honored Mr. and Mrs Lowell Memorial Day. Students and teachersare
Motley. Deanna Waters Sherri Cain, leave, Aldrldge,can spend two weeksat Parrish and their baby daughter, free to do as they please that day.
..\, Amy Lewis. Sherrle Carlton Amy home after basic training, said Carol Jean with a baby shower May, 9 Head 2 Lb. eye
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L Jf, Hall Pam Mikell,Tammy Crlffls and The gift table was covered with a HAMPTON LAKE 49c. ,. 1I
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Dunn Bowen. white damask cloth. This was '
/j \ BROOKERNEWS centered with a large strawberry' Billy Bauldree celebrated his 11th __ t1 .," I
c't I Neyati Girl Scout Day Camp Is soon scented burning candle and was decorated birthday on May II. I
approaching something new to the with an arrangement of fresh Stephanie Cardin enjoyed a family Fresh Large
Fold 1 staff is the June 26 date. We arej' spring flowers. .' party on Sunday In observance of her II III
I' looking forward to having camp the third birthday. May 15. I Shrimp Lb.
:'first of the summer and perhaps The refreshment table was covered Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Dunn and ............u................g79
"?'ZV reach more scouts. One much needed with a lace table cloth over pink linen. daughters of Ocala visited friends In

:;''J item for the camp site Is picnic tables. By Jeanette Prescott Cake and punch were served from this the area on Sunday.Mr. Oslerl.u. Pint (!Standard)L. $22 9
:At l this time Florida Bank at Starke Phone4 s.nlS table which was decorated with fresh and Mrs Francis Meng attended : .... i :
a Mother's celebration
\ Community State Bank of Starke antGuaranty flowers. Day on
Sunday at the home of their
daughterand
Federal Savings and Loan BROOKER POST OFFICE:
'..." have made generous contributions Mail Box Improvement Week will 4-11 members are reminded to turn Gilbert son.I In-law, Mr. and The Mrs. Russell MulletNorman's Lb. !5gc:i

""r"'toward buying tables. We appreciate be honored May 22.27, states In completed record books by May 22. cluded all their Micanopy.children and group grand-In- .......................!:.;....
their interest In Girl Scouting. Big Postmaster W.11.Hicks. It Is now timeto These are a requirement for eli-
children and relatives and friends of
r thunk you to them. If anyone else straighten up old mailboxes or gibility to4-Camp this summer. The the Gilbert
:" ,would like participate In this replace with new ones. Paint,clean up Awards! Banquet Is scheduled for May family. Farm
I,.': project ,let me know. More on the around boxes and make sure names ?% Rt Starke Elementary School.
progress of this at a later date.I and addresses are on boxes

.,.. ,. SUPERIOR BAND ATHLETICS Produce &
',_. .......... . .. PERSONALS: Coach Ben Moxley organized a soft-
those from
Mr. Claude confined with Among this area who
Prescott
ball game between Brooker and
helped earn the Superior Rating Seafood Market
LEGAL back trouble enjoyed a visit from awarded the Bradford County High Hampton teams May 10. In the game
Mrs. Mildred Green accompanied by School Band between the 4th and 5th graders.
at Tallahassee May 13
\''. Mrs. Lula Mae Baxter on Sunday Hampton won by the score of 7 to 3.
; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH were: Gene Joyner. Cassie Riddick
May 14. The 6th and 7th close
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN and Jerry Wadsworth. Mrs. Ruth graders played a
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescott and
game with the final score showing OPEN 8:30 am 6
'v Riddick
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY Johnny enjoyed Mother's Day Dinner served as one of the Hampton 14, Brooker 13. pmMpn
CIVIL ACTION with their daughter and family Mr. chaperones assisting band members. Stephen Spell hit the only home run Sat*
Case No. 78-180 ,and Mrs. Russell Thornton. Sherry, The group practiced in Tallahassee on of the day.
DOROTHY J. POWELL wife, ve Chris and Russell. They also visited Thursday and Friday. Saturday they
LETCHER L. POWELL, Husband that evening with Mr. and Mrs. Orea were one of the three out of 41 bands
1'1't Prescott. Ann and Rhonda. from .Florida's. Northern District to MIDDLE SCHOOL NOTICE EMPLOYERS *
.* NOTICE OF SUITNOPROPERTY receive the superior award. The
Mrs Marie Hallmark is happy to Mrs. Carole Stevenson accom-
..* have her son Hugh spending some group traveled by bus and had their panied her 7th grade class for a tour of The Bradford Union Area Vocational Technical Center has a clerical ,
To: etcher L. Powell 4401 Ogeechoe/ time with her. lie spent some time headquarters at the Lafayette Motel the MiddleSchool last Friday. Since it office practice program that prepares students to enter and t
Road Savannah Georgia. recently i in Shands Medical Center. there. Congratulations! is possible this class will be attending succeed In business office petitions.

.., Middle School next year they were that have students which a
We are proud to announce we are ready to
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an GRATITUDEThe able to get a preview of the situation
action for Dissolution of Marriage has there. enter the Job market. They have had Instruction In the following
By the year I9UO, Brazil plans to Bad News Bears Little League I
been filed against you and you an required have completed installation of eight baseball team wishes to thank the 1. Duplication stencils, dittos, etc.
to serve a copy of your written nuclear reactors which will produce Hampton Protein Company for spon- ENTERTAINMENT 2. Dlctophon..Olfic. Machines, and Telephone Training. l
defenses. If to it. on the plsimNreattorney
any 10 million kilowatts annually to power them. They proud of the and Malloble letters.
soring are 3. Composing Typing
.
Is
whose name and address its growing Industrial Students at Hampton Elementarywere r
jtl ,rd.,QtStarktvtRorid., 82031V '>nd< ,54s"the ."rte/I ;?xe; ::q *>i1, VH 4 .*.M "stye...i ,,rli HAMPTON" CHRISTIANAADElVtY**!, ..JLwt0y<.lUdenlao underi,the direction"of'Mrs. *'-," "'**.-' Employment T......." -"Alt'students have paved fheStpfrf .of, i r-4 y y0 yr i
original with the clerk of the above styled .:*. La von Drives presented Florida Typing.' Clerical. ', and Secretarial T...... '" P?*.
court on or before June 8, 1978.: otherwise In the early I90fls the U.S. Treasury Playoffs for the Academy Softball "Hansel and Gretel.) Costumes and : > i
On lh,Job i
teams are scheduled for May 26 at the 6. Training. '"
a Judgement may be entered Department used a special machineto props were outstanding and all the
against you for the relief demanded In wash paper money that had become school. The Awards Banquet Is to take students and teachers enjoyed the If you need in eager, capable office employee please contact/ the Vo-Tech

the, complaint or petition. soiled rather than destroying it. says place May 27 at the Western Sizzling good singing and action going into this Guidance Office or Mrs Bechy Reddish Clerical Office Practice Instructorat
WITNESS my hand and the seal of National Geographic World. Steak House In Gainesville.LEGALS. production. 964-6150 to obrt obtain a list of qualified students.
said Court on May 8, 1978. magazine.
Thank You.
GILBERT S. BROWN -........... .. -....... .......--- -- .. S
As Clerk of Said Court
By: Marion McRae, As Deputy Clerk.
'PEGGY SUE HARRIS and are required
5/11 4tchg 6/1 you
,; ," ( IN THE CIRCUIT COURT to serve a copy of your written STARKE FIRESTONE
n NOTICE EIGHTH JUDICIAL COURTOF defenses.H any to It, on the plaintiff's attorney -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Sealed Bids will be received In the whose name and address is
'.. OF FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL office of the Purchasing Agent. Union ANDFORBRADFORD FLORIDAIN James R. Flynn, Esquire Pierce ft 964-6436 US 301 N Starke. Fla 964-6436
CIRCUITINANDFOR Correctional Institution P.O. Box 221, COUNTY Hardy, P.A., P.O. Drawer 1030, Starke,
BRADFORD COUNTY Raiford, Florida, 32083, up to end not florida 32091, and file the original/ with
r tf IN Estate of LINDA FAY HARRIS, We Also SellMULTIMILE
RE: later than 2:00: P.M (PST) 6278. for CIVILACTION' / the clerk of the above styled court on or ;
;' Deceased. the SALE of Pine Firewood consisting of before June 22nd, 1978; otherwise a
"' Case Number 78-192
:\;;"+ PROBATE" DIVISION: File Number: approximately' 30 cords of slabs and WILUAM HARRIS," Petitioner judgement may be entered against you TIRES,
: 78-176.CP. Division: lightning damaged trees located !In
\IS .for the relief demanded in the complaint r
Biadford and Union counties. Quantitieswill ,
OF PEGGY SUE HARRIS, Respondent or petition. '. !'
NOTICE
vary depending on Saw Mill and r First Quality-No Blems Or Seconds
WITNESS hand
my and the seal of
ADMINISTRATIONTO
lightning damage. Detailed Informationand NOTicE? OF SUIT said Court on May 15th, 1978 1 .
HAVING CLAIMSOR
ALL PERSONS bid forms may\ be obtained from the j I' Free Mounting-Road Hazard Guarantee
AGAINST THE ABOVE NO PROPERTY GILBERT S. BROWN nI
DEMANDS Agem's Office at the above
Purchasing
To PEGGY SUE HARRIS address As Clerk of Said Court
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AND ALL OTHER PERSONS Our Prices
ESTATE address, or phone ((904)) 431-1212, Mr. A78.13 Compare
unknown By: Marian McRoa As Clerk
IN THE ESTATE: Deputy
INTERESTED H.E. Smith. We reserve the right to
,: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the reject any or all bids. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an 5/18 4tchg 8/8/ 4 PIV.POly 8 8
administration of the estate of LINDA Itchg 5/18 action for DISSOLUTION OF See( Page 'B wniewall $1'
FAY HARRIS, deceased, File Number MARRIAGE has been filed against you Plus F E T
78-176-CP, is pending in the Circuit -
Court of Bradford County, Florida/ ,
Probate Division the address of which Is

Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, E78.j4 $ 'V)88 G7.8.15x2488 r rF7814
Florida. The personal representative of Lids ,
the estate Is MARKLEE JOHN HARRIS
whose address to Rt 1, Box 23-B, Plus F.E.T, Plus F.E.T
Starke, Florida 32091 The name and
address of ther personal representative'sattorney '
H78.14 $$ J78.15
forth below.
are as set $2r $2888
All persona having claims or demands ti78.15 L78.15

against THREE the MONTHS estate are FROM required THE DATE WITHIN OF Have Your Mobile Home Plus F.E.T Plus F.ET

I THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
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NOTICE to file with the clerk of the -

above court a written statement of any LEEL
Hr
claim or demand they may have. Each
t claim must be In writing and must Indicate AR18.13 GR78.14I288
the basis for the claim, the name $3488
',and address of the creditor or his agent With The All New Flex Rock & SR78.13 GR78.15'
or attorney and the amount claimed. If Pius F.ET Plus FE.T.
.the claim is not yet due the date when It
will become due shall be stated. If the
claim is contingent or unliquidated! the ,Atlas Cool HR7814 $4588 JR18-15 $4988HR1815
shall be stated. ,
.nature of the uncertainty, $7QOO LR18.15
If the claim Is secured the security shall Plus F.E.T.
be described. The claimant shall deliver Plus FET I
sufficient copies of the claim to the clerkto Roof Coating

.each enable personal the clerk.representative.to :man one copy to ., Singlewide$12995Doublewide All/ Tire Prices Plus F.E.T. 8 Old Tires

In the estate! to A
>i'll All persons,Interested, '
.wnomco y''of this Notice of # Grand Prlx Wildcat' :

"'Administration'required, WITHIN'' has THREE been mailed MONTHS'art 7 WHITE SPORE WHEELS 1518 $2281 ::1

FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST ."
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to file F 1 'I

any, objections they may have to the We Handle All Types Of Mobile Home Repairs. I
continuation of the estate, the qualifications COMPLETE FRONTENDAND BRAKE SERVICE
of the personal representative. or
of the court. .
,
or Jurisdiction
the venue

OBJECTIONS ALL CLAIMS NOT SO DEMANDS.FILED WILL AND BE o Windows Installed a Steps Skirting And Any Other Repairs AIR CONDITIONER SERVICE

FOREVER BARRED. I I des u To 3 Cans Freon

Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: May '8, 1978. FRONT END ALIGNMENT
MARKLEE JOHN HARRIS Personal $1088

Representative" of the Estate of LINDA JOHN BROWN American Cars 8 Most L qht Trucks 1\

FAY HARRIS, Deceased >{

Attorney Mrul SCRUGGS.Cockrell for/,CARMICHAEL Personal Austin Representative, LONG:, Hwy 21 N. MOBILE HOME CENTER '"'. 4733775..Keystone TUNE-UP' ELcolrnnc 34/ less IgRillon $ 2 5 $ .;""i

TOMLINSON ROSCOW PRIDGEON Most e Cvl Cars 8 t.1 hI Trucks

& YOUNG .
HELPlING Post Office Drawer "C" Service After The Sale. A Proven Part Of Our Buslnttt.. Charge_Em'' For Pleas.Your Convenience CaU/ For
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I Seniors, '79 Varsity- Clash Tonight..... In Annual Spring- Football st II


Bradford high's footballers get their' Benny Morris. are hetping' lIS and Hurse said "ft should be a good all with our spring werk uta. We had Friday night(May 12)and we've been some Valuable experience. this .
first taste outside competition this Ronald Mathews has had a super football tame. I've been pleased over- an outstanding scrimmage last able to give a lot of our young players spring" ,
spring when they meet the Tornado spring at tight end" ..., .
seniors who led lastyear's team in the Three returners will start In the _" "
annual Junior-Senior game at junior secondary DeWayne Sports Banquet Ends Spring Season .
Bradford Field tonight (Thursday. Cummings has moved from weakside :
May 18). cornerback to safety and defensive
Kickoff time Is B p.m. for the Intratchool backfield. Coach Mike Hartley says Parents, coaches and athletesCowded Versatile" because she scored In the The team was l-Ihfter their first 15 throughout the season al Ithe way to
brawl that is the last Hurrah Cummings has handled the move the Starke Elementary Cafeteria most events throughout the season, games, but they "didn't quit," state competition.:Galnes rained 41 In
for the graduating seniors and the well."DeWayne's made the transition Tuesday night for the last sports while Marian Puttman was named Hartley said The ball club came backto state out of Bl golfers, ,
first real test for the many young very well, he's been our leader In the banquet of the season, and for some, High Point winner in Field events. win four of the last five games has"often remarked that
players on Coach David Hurse'sTornado secondary this spring." Donald the last sports banquet for their high Vanessa Tyson received the "Most showing spirit and determination. Atkinson
team which has been "Claire Turner Is special'and Tuesday
Reddish bale Rodgers and Richard Improved Player" award. Marcus Cruce.Junior received the
,t working this spring preparation. for Milner round out the Tornado starting school But the careers.mood was Jovial as i the Cindy Griffith, in addition to "Most lmproveiilayer" award from night she was presented her own
the 1978 fall season. secondary. crowd finished off the last of the fried ,j receiving the High Point Winner Hartley; who said that Cruce "kept special award. Turner was the first
i Assistant coach Bob Hancock, One spot that stands out as a strong chicken provided by the All-Sporta '. 'award for running events was also Improving game by game" and led female to successfully participate on.
summed up the problems the\\Junior point for the junior team Is club, licked their fingers and sat back given a special plaque, presented by the team with six doubles. an all male team, and she participated !
squad will face in it*Thursday night fensive backfield where quarterback watch the award presentation. the Florida Athletic Coaches Leadinthe team In hits, Bill Goodge right through to the State
,, test against the seasoned Seniors Jeffrey Norman teams with running to Twenty-three seniors were pre- Association that named her Outstanding was named "Moot Valuable Player." meet, where she finished 20 out of 69.
"We're a young team this season, backs Marvin Tyson Doug Reddish Athlete of the Fifteen Unable to attend the banquet Golf Coach Ramona Jordan presented
:,. especially In the interior line, and the and Marty Chastaln. Even Senior Terri Parrlah also received a "Sportsmanship" such awards were given In year.the State of Coach,Warney Atkinson could not be five awards to her Softball team
Seniors really have us outmanned Avery Shell said "Our biggest award. Florida present to present his awards to the giving Frances Coltrane the "Most
.. the front. Still the Saying that the S-S girl's tennisseason Versatile"award, naming Betty Jean
along young guys problem will be slopping their offensive sealed trophies by the club for their outstanding golfers he was so proudof
been "
would not have possible
who are with us this spring have had backfield." participation In each Standing In for Atkinson Head Hudst the "Mont Valuable Player
'J I'm sure they'll be Other Senior players were less without her, Coach Melba Howard describing his baseball sport.In Coach David Hurse presented reset: ng Dora Trlest with both the
Ormsbee, senior thetam's season
awful Merrl
named
nervoud In the of 'Spot ;imanshlp" award and the
about Thursday's Richard both
diplomatic game. '' Coach Mike Hartley said it Gaines the "Most
second'half "Most Valuable Player. Theboy' was a year
the but by the I "High t Batting Average" award.
game letterman Smith
Three-year Bobby with "a lot of Improved" and "Most Outstanding"awards
tennis team, with a reverse 5-6 Inexperience" because
: be their Triest tad ,483 batting
think they'll holding own. them, a average
predicted "We'll run over record, chose their own "Most Outstanding he hod no seniors playing, because of his success
Hancock handles the Bradford offensive Kenneth
too Inexperienced.
they're "
T.J. Carver woe
line and has only one returning added "We're going to Player.
Kruger
starter from last year's team, the men from the boys voted outstanding player by the team
center Marcas Cruce. ''He's had a separate because of his leadership hard work,
night. Linebacker Chuck c
real good spring for us and we're also Thursday Register chimed In, "We're gol.. enthusiasm, and practice Coach t" hT
four Mike Sexton said.
good practices from i iti
getting young have fun; we'll get even for the theboy' b a
Coach Ben presented
like AI'Chapman Johnny Bell Moxley b rNrS rw
guys football.
we spent playing
and Jay Griff Randy Thompson and years track team with five awards.
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,Valuable Player" with 92.25 total
points.Bobby.
Smith was named High Point
scorer in field events,after remaining
undefeated throughout the season in .
all meets.
John Bennett was named "Most
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Improved Player" after decreasing
his time In the mile run by close to a I,!II A._
minute. Richard Smith received the Y'I
"Coaches Award" after being an .. ,
Inspiration to the team Moxley said .,..! ,-I-
"he has his heart In track"
After a "most trying, yet highly re- ( f'\> ,:. :4
warding year,"Coach Jerry McGriff '-:ollli '

presented tracMeam.his five awards to the girls -II.

Linda Richardson received the "I. '
Award" because of her '
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"great dedication, she doesn't give A'a
,y up" McGriff said Bill Coodge receives his "Most Valuable Player" award
Judy Hankerson was named "Most from Coach Mike Hartley ;
Linda Richardson receives the"Coaches Award"from Coach Jerry McGrlff
for her dedication and endurance. '

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For three Bradford High baseball'players school season.
the high school season is over Pitcheroutfielder Kevin Tillman is :
but another season of diamond actionIs the third member of the Bradford (e ,
Just around the corner. team playing Legion ball this I "
"Dinky Kilby, Keith Northrup' summer.The junior had a 2-6 pitching \: we're
and Kevin Tillman of BHS will be record for the Tornadoes with 51 running'
playing for the Keystone Heights strikeouts and a 3.14 earned run :
American Legion baseball'teamwhich average. .
opens Its season Saturday, May Post 202 will again play in the tough
20, with a home-field doubleheader Northern Florida American Legion .
against Deland "B." All three just League in its second year of ", )" '). ,",;.
1 completed their junior seasons with existence. Last year the keystone ./ oil and
IIltlhe Tornadoes. team finished 19-18 but this year's out.9 )
JIIIJIII|! Shortstop -pitcher? Kilby was a stal- club may have to scratch]to duplicatethat rxrl9' awrMteavtfl/,1 gas v'
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111: runs scored and seven stolen bases. "We're just so young, this has to bea '
Post 202 Legion coach John, building year," moaned
McCUllough. said "Dinky" will start McCullough, 'Just about all these kids '
r one game in Saturday's twin-bill at are juniors or sophomores In high tsnuclearenergv'i
shortstop and should split timeat that school: but at least we will have most \
position during the year 'of them for two or three years." .
Strong armed catcher Keith McCullough said Jacksonville; a
Northrup will start one game behind team loaded with college freshmen
the plate, according to McCullough. probably the league favorite.
Northrup supplied solid defensive Saturday's opener Is scheduled to the to
work and seven runs batted in for start at noon at.Joel Bryan Field in i answer our
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Delayed two weeks by poor Howard'Meyer, Harold Bishop and \ safety record is unequaled in industry..Andjf\ fit
weather, the men's league got back In Jim Watts.
action, and found Thomas in the lead. has proved to be economical. \v: > ;
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more weeks,with the low team named with II,H. Adams J.B. Godwin John FPL's three nuclear power plants already'
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I Evil Knievel Have ysI
May: Competition: i )} J, ,"


Move over. Evil Knievel, there'* an vraniue usually stay, close to Frankle says he average* between 30 the size' of the bike The entry 1M la
heir apparent' to your motorcyclefame home, though racing at a track In and 40 mph, but on the straightaway five dollars. .
right here (In Bradford County, Lulu, but on Sunday, April 31, he on the Lulu track, he can reach top From 10 to 12 rider get In ,acme
It'* Thereasa' own Frankle Swin raced In Jacksonville for the first speed of 60 mph. practice laps, and at 12.30: all rider:
dell, who. at 14, has won 11 trophies time. This la the race that Frankie I I' Two 20 (foot jumps at the Jacksonville are called together for a discussion of
for doing what he doe beat, racing most proud 01, the reason being that track can send the rider Into the the rules and a general. meeting. The
motorcycles.Frankle the track I tighter and tougher than air for 2-3 seconds: covering a actual races begin at I, with a mini- !
lay that he thinks Knievel most track he's been on With only distance of about SO feet The jump bike competition first and the other
I* stupid for doing all of his wild three practice lap for a warmup, are probably the most crucial section race featuring progressively bigger '
stunts and he'll never try anything Frankie came away with first of the track to be negotiated.A bike, up to the 400% and 450'a.;
quite that risky. Motorcross dirt track second trophies in the two race typical day at the track' has the Frankie hope to eventually turn MV ki
which, contrary to popular he rode place rider arriving at about s ..m. and pro. where riders can earn from 290 I+t '
belle I II probably safer than on-the- On Die tight track In Jacksonville. signing in for his race, depending onTheresa's dollar up Into the thousands. At the I'l
road riding Is Ii rankle'*'Iorte, and age of 18. he can start building up TThtii i'i
he' very good at it. n. jL points until be earns enough for a pro ,
Since his first race In Jacksonville license ,,,
three year ago, Frankie has taken Whatever the future hold for I
home six first place and five third Frankie should Henry Pete and.Ms first place trophy AllnSeo"holds hit medal for second
place trophies.At tart getting reedy some, Miff plsce,and Alan Montgomery with Us first place trophy
the age of seven, Frankie got the competition from the racer from
motorcycle bug. riding a mini-bike ThorMiiui.Frankle. 3 teHS Wrestlers Place in Daytona MatchThree
anytime he could get his hands on it. n
A* years passed, he moved up to
blggerand bigger bikes, first a Suzuki BHS wrestlers entered the Hei / Fete won four matches in the
125, then a Suzuki 250, and, this. year, United States Federation wrestling 165 w fht class on his way to a first
his current machine, a Yamaha Y2- r tournament Saturday, May 13, In place i that class.
400.It Daytona and came back with honors Alle Scott placed second In the
took a little time for Frankle to In the junior division for ages 13 meet the heavyweight class.
become accustomed to the bigger nMs through 17. This !Saturday May 20. the three
Yamaha, and he earned quite a few MFG Alan Montgomery won five will c> npete In the U.SW.F. State
scratches and bruises from it. Aside 1A matches', taking first place in the 132 Cham lonship meet held at the
from that, he has never been Injured I pound weight class.David. Unlvei ity of Florida.
seriously while racing. .
The reason for the relative safenessof

the sport is that most participants Carter In Top 10 At State !
know what they're doing,according to rftYAM IIA] ,
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Frankle. He can remember only one
Bradford school'sDavidCarier
serious accident In races that he'sIx.oen County high
and that \ ,only Tornado entrant In
in. was when
amateur rider tried to clear two an \g H i the state high school track championships
at Winter didn't but
Jumps with the same leap. He ended park place
with several broken bones. iY finished In the top ten in the class 3-A ..
up The ___ 440 yard dash Saturday (May 13). ,. :, I'
motorcross rider also wears i : '
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protection gear to aid against Injury.A Y Swindell lake a turn Carter ran 'the quarter mile In 51 i ,
helmet, leather ;
heavily
padded
la his Yamaha YZ-400. Winter Park's Show-
seconds flat at ,1'r
steel toed leather boots, and ,
leather alter .The weekend before he ran
gloves are required attire If
record 50.9 at regional to
the rider wants to escape serious ;' r a personal
Injury. qualify for the Florida state
which boasted some of
championships
'rankle owns a District Eight 11
racing license, which allows him to I: the nation's top prep trackmen.
ride at five different tracks
across the Six meet records were set in the 3-A
state. In Jacksonville, St.
Petersburg,
Orlando, Cocoa, and llomosassa. Frankle Swindell stands beside his II class alone. Haines City ran away
with the 3-A team title with 56 pointsto
motorcycle racing trophies.
runner-up Quincy Shanks'29. Tenth

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One other 'Tornado just missed
Big victory margins highlighted Cleanup: hitter Nan Crews went Domino shortstop Betty Hudson had Blue win. Teammate Tracey Ueorge winning a trip to the state meet.
Women's Open Softball play last week three for five to lead the Merchants to a perfect night at the plate with three chipped in two hits Bobby Smith tossed the discus 142 feet
with the Dominos, Merchants and their fifth victory of the year. Crews hits and a walk In four trips, Team- at regional for fifth place, one place
First Baptist blue coming out winnersIn got help from Jan and Terry Powell mates Joy Mains, Terry Parrish Maureen Santana, Maria away from a state sway from a state
lopsided games who had a couple of singles apiece. Luana Mundorf and Kathy Whiteheaicontributed Castenada and Kathy Schoening all qualifying berth. The senior weight; _
The standings up to May 16 read Tressie Baldree and Mary Redding two hits apiece. had two hits for St. Edwards. man was unbeaten until regional
Dominos, 7-0.; Merchants 5-2; FB blue each socked doubles for the losing Gwen Mosley had the only lilt for with a personal best of 145 feet 6 David Barter
4-3; st. Edwards 3.4; and Hope and Hope team. FB-G which dropped Its sixth game of inches.
FB Gold 1-6. the season against one win.

l1f'rchantal3lIope5 The DOMINO'S Dominos rolled 19-FB to their GOLD seventh 2 t'.8. Blue 17.St. Edwards 11 Giants Hold First Place In Dixie Youth NationalThe I

The Merchants broke a straight Softball victory in Women's First Baptist Blue came from four
scoreless tie with Two runs in the Open league play Monday, May 13. runs down defeat St. Edwards 17-11
third Inning and went on to beat \Hope The league power crushed First in Women's open Softball play May 15. Pirates won their first game of Hardee had two doubles and a singleIn had two singles; the and two runs and scored in
Baptist 13-$ in Women's open league Baptist Gold 19-2 holding the losers to Adrlanne Barry slugged a double, a the season and the Giants held on to three at bats in (he loss. two trips two to plate homer, in the Chappell nth
play Tuesday, May 16. a lone single while banning out 13 hits. triple and a home run to key the F.B. first place In Dixie Youth National rapped Also a run for the winners
hitting were
League play last week. GIANTS 11-LAWTEY BLUB 1
The Pirates turned back the Gary Tyson and Andy Chaff scored Kevin Griffis, 2-for-4 with a triple anda
. . . Dodgers 12-9, May 11 for their first three times apiece as the Giants ran single, and Darren Hardee.. 2-for-2
.. .. Blue in Dixie
ll-l
''league win The Giants won twice to away froasLawleyn withDodouble werepaeeld
.. (remain fat the league lead. i I..r league baseball play.I''rlday" May 12. ". dgers ,,by Kathy
and Chaff both scored in the Diggs, who laced three' singles In four
< 'The Giants are 7-1-1. with Lawtey firs Inning to give the Giants a 2-0 at-bats and Vince Culverson. who
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13 gr ii. i Blue in second place (5-4), the lead that held until the third when the scored three runs with a single and
Dodgers In third (4-3) and the Pirates Giants erupted for five more runs to two walks in ,four trips.
Wf fourth (1-7-1), put the game out of reach.
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GIANTS PIRATES 8 ,Chaff three singles), Tyson (two
The Giants earned just two hits safeties) and Jason Bennett (two bits OtH.Playwright.
$ against Pirate pitching but used baseson In four at bats). Tyson pitched all the
Send Them Off To College With A balls and Pirate errors to score aI'B way, scattering four hits for the win. .
a ( victory In Dixie youth action May Lamar Crews scored the only
Smith Corona Classic I : 1 2TYPEWRITER 18.The Lawtey Blue run.PIRATES a
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Giants got both their hits and z
I nine runs In the first inning. Kay Allen
led with and 12-DODGERS
off a single nine walks
and another hit by Kay in the Inning In Dixie Youth baseball Thursday,
the winners nine May 11, the Pirates won their first
gave runs and a
1 With Power Space : seven run lead. The Giants added a game of the season with a 12-9 victoryover
score by Ron Edmonson in the third,' the Dodgers. George Bernard
Kay led the Giants (now 7-1-1) with Shaw was a vegetarian for
; 'i two hits and a walk. Christopher Robert Carver, Kenny Holmes, and "aesthetic and hygienic reasons -
) -- 7"I I Campbell scored twice. Mike Chappell led the Pirates' hittersto ." He never weighedmore
.,.. Robert Carver had two hits and two their upset win. Carver went for-4 than 126 pounds
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MFQ Code6LTV _. I BUS Band Receives Superior Rating at State I

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a. 'The Bradford High School Band will who received superior ratings Include Hudson, snare drum solo; Patty
receive what band members term 'the Lee Felton for his tuba solo; Paula' Miillins. Cathy Grider Mike Futch
ma coveted 20-point trophy' for superior Carter for a piano solo; Cathey Grider Kevin Griffis. saxophone quartet;
ratings In all competitions they have for a bassoon solo; Cana Schmidt for Kathy Schoening. Bass clarinet solo;
entered this year, after attending the flute an oboe solos; Betsy Yawn for John Powell tympany solo; Mike.
State Band Contest held May 11 13, French Horn solo; and Betsy Yawn Wallllrp snare strum solo:
Far Her: Or His where they again received superior Lynne Johns,John Goolsby and Terry "
ratings., Mundorf for a French Horn quartet. Students who received a rating! of
l College Desk good are Mike Ricks. Tuba solo; FayeBayles.
i I, Tallahassee concert Is the high- Students who received a rating of Beth Patry, Carol Hayes,
To Study By A est level of high school musical excellent are Terl Goodge, Sherri Patty Mullins, flute quartet, and
competition In the State,and only 13 of Shinn Debbie Ratliff Karen Reddish, Betsy Yawn. Cana Schmidt Cathy
the 110 bands competing received the for a clarinet quartet) Melanie Grider, Beth Patry'and Phylis Collier
I FLEXO LAMP | straight superior ratings. Morris, clarinet solo; Beth Patray, woodwind qlJi' let:
Many students also competed in he( flute solo; Faye Bayles, flute solo; The band Will present a concert
solo and ensemble (small group) portion Dirk Schmidt, baritone solo; Joey Tuesday. May 23. at the Bradford;
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Men'.Church tttaguo play at Westside for 2; Frank Nssworth, 1 for 3, and Boone 1 for 3. Kingsley Lake had '. ,.,.-- ,.
last week. Ronald Birt Madison St. was paced at some heavy' hitting of !their own led by Bradford Bassmasters held their these two commissioners coming to congratulate these three Ba".s'n. asters
Nand Street stayed unbeaten the plate by Lamar Williams for 4. Curtis Crawford Dennis Crawfordand May tournament Saturday, May 6, this event. I'm lure they saw the for their superb effort. :
in first place with a 17-8 win over with 3 doubles; Stuart Duncan, DavyThlgpen. David,Gaines, all 2 for 3, Doug Santa Fe Lake. on problem that needs to be solved Bassmasters would like to extend a
Hope Baptist ( IS). .and Jimmy Prevatt,all 3 fat Crawford, 2 for 4. .
May All boats returned to the landing at Hopefully we can get some work done thank you to Mr. and Mrs. John Crlssman -
Madison leads the league at 8-0. 4; Kenny Chitty, Greg Alvarez, Gary FIRST BAPTIST 13-PINE LEVEL!' noon for the annual fish fry. The ramp on the county ramp. at the Tackle Box for giving IS I
., with New River((5-1)( ,First Baptist ((4- Grable, all went 1 for 2. Jimmy Starke First Baptist survived a Ust- i gets awfully crowded when you have I'm hoping for some tables, etc. to worth of tackle to the winner of each
4)). Pine Level. ((3-4), Hope (3-5)), Prevatt stroked an In the park homerin Inning Pine Level rally to claim a U- about is boats to tie up. plus any other be built I would like to see It made tournament We really appreciate
Brooker((2-4) and Kingsley Lake (1-8) the bottom of the 4th Inning 10 win In Men's Church league actionat 1 traffic that might come or go. Into a nice place to have a picnic: this
following the leaders. Westslde May 12. 'I, About tOO people enjoyed the annual Bradford County Is one county that I also would like to thank Jimmle
F.Bspt.7-Kingsley Lake Pine Level led 5-3 after scoring once fish fry. I don't think anyone walked Isn't over flourished with boat ramps, Moore al Moore's Sun Sports for presenting
Madison 17 Out-hitting but not outscring the In the second on a Frank pur ranee ,:away hungry Plenty of fish, hush-. actually two Is the crop. these three Baasmaaterl,with
-Hope a First Baptist dub Kingsley Lake Puppies,grits, tea It is a sad shame when visit prize. .
With 12 hits under their belts for the RBI triple. First Baptist then took the I etc. was available. you a "
down in defeat
went
Tuesday night would like other counties and look at the nice
lead for good by scoring five times In tq thank each BauI '
evening Hope Baptist fell 17-8 to the 16, to First 74.,Leading
May Baptist
the third and four times in the fourth. master and wife of each Bassmaster ramps, etc. Mr. Moore does this often and we
bats and I
skills of the Madison
St. First Baptist at the plate was Marcy for At 2 Bassmastrrs manned ..'
helping 'make Rassmaslers It.
Pine Level strung four hits together in this our best yet p.m. appreciate )>
Baptist Church Tuesday May IS, ,Cruce who went 2 for 3, with an In the annual fish! Thanks !their boats and continued to fish until left 'Jn this
:. the bottom of the last to close within fry. for the help .Only two tournaments
Madlsoq$1. 18 hits of
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racked park homer in the bottom of the'fourth .I cooking, and 8 .m. All Bassmaslers returned for I'm almost, will be
to lake the -' .three runs but First Baptist heldon- preparing the .fish. p . year. sure they .
own win Ricky Hall led the inning. Paul Carter went*for 3.: M..k"Milner for the win. .Every little bit count when you have to weight-ln.' ' night tournaments.\' ,-' : I. -:
Hope team with a rally of 3 for 4 tries and Lee Casey were 2 for 4, The winners were led by Johnny 150 hungry people to feed. After all Bassmasters weighed their We have a bunch of good men as
for the game, followed closely by both racking up doubles to help the Hobbs who scored Jhree times and hit To county commissioners who were catch, we found Chuck Durkee to be well as good fishermen in our club. We
Randy Jones, 2 for 3; Jessie Lee,.2 for cause. Back-up hitters were Raymond safely twice. present to enjoy this annual event, ,the winner., Larry Sheffield placed have our ups and downs, but we still
Doug Mains led Pine Level with and also see the much needed work on second. Col. Bell landed the largest get the ob done w
three doubles. ,the ramp. Present were Maxie Carter bass for the day. -Bass Wishes
Lawtey Gold, Mets Tie in HOPE KINGSLEY LAKE and E.W. Hodges! We appreciate On behalf of the club I would like to Neil Crawford

I Jeff McRae scored twice once on a .". ...,,.,
void homer, to lead Hope 9-2 past Hampton Wins Twice But McDonnl] d's .r "
Dixie Youth ;American League: Kingsley Lake In Men' Church ,
league i Softball Friday, May 12. I
also two hits from Alan
Lawtey Gold split two games In Hilliard, who rapped out two single Birt Hope in the win.got Birt knocked In Hope's Has Lead in,. Men's Softball League ''J" I 1 t
Dixie Youth American League action in four at-bats. first run In the second Inning with a .
last week to clinch at least a tie for the Lawtey Gold could manage but single that plated Richard Denmark, *!f> i L L
league's first half championship. seven hits against the Braves' Billy and scored twice himself. ", '. McDonald's won once to keep the of league-leading McDonald'. In two triples for the winners, and Bill
LG Is 6-2, one-half game In front of Reitz. Bruce Simmons had a home Kingsley Lake managed six hits :l league lead over a Hampton team that Men's Open Softball with a Monday Ratliff added two. doubles In three
the second place Mets (6-3), if they run and a double for the Gold, and with Dennis and Doug Crawfordgetting won twice In last week Men's Open night May 15, win over Lake Butler trips. Also hitting for McDonald'swere
win their last game in the first half Gerald Brown added two singles In two apiece League Softball play. Merchants. Randall Thomas. 2-for-3 with a
they would win the titlt. A Lawtey four trips. v McDonald's Is t-0. one-half a game The 15-4 Hampton win was Its sixthIn single and a double, Greg Moyer,who
Gold loss In Its final first half game ;ahead of second place Hampton, 61. seven games and was sparked by had two singles In three trips' and
(Wednesday May 17 against the Civitans .;Following. the leaders after last Jim Lewis' two-run homer In the Steve Cox, 2-for-2 with two singles.
Braves) would push them back into a Olympians Shu t out .">week's games are Lawtey opening frame. Hampton scored four Lake Butler's four hits;all singles,
tie with the Mets and those two teams 'ICorrectional (2-$), Lawtey Poor Boys times in the first with Douglas Brown were collected by Daniel Thomas I
would meet In a playoff game. ((0-2)) and Lake Butler Merchants ((0- and Donny Wise stroking hits. Doyle Kemp Jerry Howell, and Clay
The Braves hold third place (35)( ) Soiiics for 5-0-,1 Record 16). Brown and Lewis finished the night Driggers.
with the Angels fourth (2-7)( .* LWCI 11.Lawtey 1* with three hits apiece, as did Larry

Angels- Braves S The unbeaten Olympians won twice it. Melvin Shannon doubled Charles Mercer for the winners. HAMPTON II-LWCI S
The loss the Merchants to
last week to remain on top of the Dixie batters racked 14 hits In the bottom of the dropped of John
The Angels scored six runs in the Olympian up Porter home <-. Jerry Howell and Carl Drake Hampton rode the hitting
first Inning and held on for a 13-5 Boys league standings. Shutting out in the runaway with Kenny Clark seventh to. give Lawtey Correctional were bright spots at the tail end of the Ramsey and Doug Brown to an 11-4
victory over the Braves In Dixie the Civitans 19-0) and beat the Sonics stroking three hits (two triples). ", an 11.10 victory over Lawtey Poor LBM batting order with two hits win over LWCI In Men's Open Softball
Youth American League. play 14-9 in a perfect week that gave thema Clayton Norman Chuck Johnson Boys In Men's open. league play on Wednesday night May 10.
Monday May 15. 5-0-1 league record. Randy Parade and John Johnson all Monday, May 13. apiece. Ramsey had perfect night with a
Darren Chandler, Sam Griffis and Trailing the Olympians after got two hits for the winners. Larry Lee and Cecil Evans stroked home run a triple, and a double in
Tom Watson rapped out two hits Tuesday night's(May 16)) play are the Three Olympian pitchers combined two hits apiece for LWCI. Lawtey got MCDONALD'S it LAKE BUTLER three trips, while Brown added two
apiece as the Angels won their second Civitans at 4-1-1, Merchants ((1-4-2)) for the shutout, allowing the Civitans three hits from Jackson Prevatt and Four-hit shutout- Fred singles and a triple In four at-bats.
pitching: by
game of the year. and the Sonics ((1-5). just two hits, both of them singles, two from Mike Wilkerson. Wheeler and the power hitting of J.J. Larry Mercer added a triple and a
The Braves were led at the plate by Olympians 14-Sonics S MERCHANTS 17-SON1C810: The win was LWCI's second this Wheeler led McDonald's to an 1 l-O win single for the winners.
Tommy Crosby who singled and Chuck Johnson doubled twice and In Dixie Boys baseball 'onWednesdaYi year while Lawtey took its second loss over; the Lake Butler Merchants in LWCI was paced by Darrell Gay. 3-,,
walked twice. tripled twice to power the Olympians May 10, the Merchants In two games since Joining the league. Men's Open League Softball for-3 with three singles. Eugene
past the Sonics 14-5 in Dixie Boys flat game of the season ( Thomas, who had two singles In twotrips
BRAVES 1J-METS 10 Baseball Tuesday, May 16. with a 17-10 victory over the Sonics. HAMPTON IS-LB MERCHANTS Wednesday night May 10. and Alvin Huyln, who went,2>
Extra-base hits by Charles Hilliard, Johnson's hot bat was aided In the For the winners, Eddie Winkler led Hampton stayed right on the heels Wheeler knocked In two runs with for-3 with two singles. t',
Kenny DeWitt and John David nine hit Olympian attack by John the way with two singles and a doubleIn :"f
Francis triggered a seven run second Johnson and Randy Parade, who four trips to the plate. ( 11'
inning for the Braves who went on to collected two hits each. Other Merchant hitters Included -' .
outlast the Mets 13.10 at Pratt field In Marvin Norman and Mike Souther- Blaine Dyal, 2-for-4" with a double anda isr ), ;AI
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12. CIVITANS MERCHANTS 4 triple and a single in four at-bats; Florida Pest Control
The Braves led 13 to six going into Scoring; five runs on only two hits In Emmett Watkins, 2-for-3 with a Nr
the last inning but the Mets tallied the first inning the Civitans turned double and a single, and Eric ANNUAL SPRING -,,
four runs In a last chance rally' to In Dixie who laced !
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John David Francis led the winners Scott Hudson and Thomas Stitt had"firstInning' For--the Sonic,. Paul Southerland ",
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I LAWTEY Mrs. Gene Pearson, State
CIIURCII ACTIVITIES Democratic) Committee Woman for

CHURCH OP GODi Sunday School ky Elisabeth. TerryPbeaeT63.7119 Bradford County, attended the State
10.rri., Worship Services 11 a.m. and Democratic Executive Committee ,
6 p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Meeting at the Capital In Tallahasseeon M f 7 v s
p.m., YPE Friday at 7 p.m. a.m. and 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting minimum ulrementa. The advice, Saturday. 'v
EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sunday Wednesday a(7:30 m. where needed, will be provided by Mr. and Mr. James Waters-
School 10 a.m., Worship Services II LAURA BAPTIST Sunday School delivery of a notice Identifying the. attended the Blue Gras Festival In
a m. and 1 p.m., Training Union 6 10..m., Worship Service n a.m. and major deficiencies. Hoboken, Ga., over the weekend.Mr. ,
p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 7:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting A program of advising customers of and Mrs. Allen Brown and
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. mail box deflclence on a year round daughter Lisa Durban, of Jacksonville
pm.FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Radio NORTIISIDE BAPTIST Sunday basis Is now In effect at the Lawtey were Mother' Day dinner p h

Program on WPXE a a.m. Sunday. School 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 Post Office This continuing program guests of their mother Mrs, WUma r .
Bible School 10 a.m.. Worship a.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting should help postal customer ensure Wainwright : }(ft.,' Iri .
Services II ..m. and 6:30 p.m., Wednesday at 7 p.m. that their mail boxes always meet the ''' \'. > ., .
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 6:30: SMYRNA. MISSIONARY. basis requirement of protecting mail Mr. and Mr. James Water visited _..:J. lilt. ,. '
BAPTIST! Sunday School 10 a.m., from the weather, neat in appearance Phil Anderson In Waycros Memorial
p.m.FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Worship Service 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., properly located safe to Hospital. Waycro, Ga., address 410 Honor Roll student far the 5th fix week (trading period are:
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.. Worship BTS 6:45: p.m., Prayer Meeting use and properly market to ensure accurate Riverside Ave., Room ;332; over the Back row -Tammy Griff. Khandlce Slroud. Brandt Herndon, Shawn
Service! II ..m. and 7:30 p.m., Wednesday at 7 p.m.LUNCH delivery weekend while they were In Hoboken Hart. Donna Thornton. Stuart Pauley Genie Rising. Edward Crews, Sheila
Training Union 6:30: p.m., Prayer In the Lawtey Area, approximately Ga.Mrs. Anderson Sieve Marshall Nancy Teuton and John Tinnier. ; Middle row (C&-r-
Meeting Wednesday at : MENU five hundred families are .Forest Landlg and Mr, Pierce Scott Andes.Nancy Shuford. Michelle Sexton, Chris Cribb Mike Gowcn .
GRACE UNITED METIlODISTISunday ) May 22-M rural delivery mall route, she, said Crew attended t *Flower Show at ,Ernest Whitney*Charlotte Berry Barbara Norman Valarle RandolphEvan .., '
School 9:4: $. am. Worship MONDAY Hamburger on- bun, -' **, ..*. ', .. '. ** > "* ..'. Florida State Prided, Raiford/ on' Moaely,Enoch: Starling and Doug lleaton: Front row (l-r)-Janet Grlffl Pam

Services II .,m. and 7:30: p.m., mustard-ketchup, lettuce, tomato, PERSONALS Thursday. Austin. Jimmy Muse Sue Smith. Philip Crews. Sheila Southerland. Amy
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:30: pickle, french fries, chocolate Mr. and Mrs. John Tye, Jr., and Jimmy Higginbotham of Birmingham Foark,and Deborah Orleman. Not shown Debbie Roark and Dawn Scott.
pm., Sunday night Choir Practice pudding, milk.TVESDIYs. children ,spent Saturday with their Ala., spent the weekend with t his
Wednesday at 7:13: Turkey with dressing, parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jason Milliard, grandparents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Buford
The mother' day services Sunday. Mrs. peaches rolls I butter milk. Mrs. J.P. Wyrlcfc, returned to her
Truby Wainwright was the oldest WEDESDAY) Corn dog. mustard- home in Tallahassee, Thursday after Mrs. Wlndie Smyth and Elizabeth
mother present, and Mrs. Wain- ketchup, french fries, cole slaw. spending a few day with her lister, of Jacksonville, spent the weekend Health, Mrs. Dobbins' and Mrs. Robinson John Hamilton Sam
wright'B granddaughter-in, Mrs. pears, milk Miss Elizabeth Terry. She went by with her parent*, Col, and Mrs. Tougaw's second grades have been Norman. Gerald Brown, Lattimore
Wayne Wainwright, was the youngest THURSDAY! Fried chicken, busy from Ralford. William Wilson. studying a Walt Disney Unit titled. Williams, William Anderson. Owen
mother present. mashed potatoes, green lima beans, Terry Futch of Jacksonville Beach Mr. and Mr. Jack Wainwright and "Careful With Strangers". This new Southerland David Jones, Barbie
The Lawtey Methodist Youth and applesuUce, roll, butter, milk. visited his aunts, Mrs, J. P. Wyrtck, 3 children, of Tallahassee, Mr. and unit In the library is very helpful In Newport. Richard Griffis, Carlton
Leaders would like to thank all the FRIDAY Turkey salad on lettuce and Miss Elizabeth Terry, on Tuesday Mrs. James Wainwright and family teaching this Important health lesson. Johnson Wayne Cribbs, Bruce
people who helped to make our car leaf, potato chip, buttered corn, afternoon, and Miss Terry again on Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wainwright and The students enjoyed making Simmons, Richard Badlllo, Anthony
wash a financial SUCCCHB. peanut butter bar, peaches, milk. Friday afternoon and he was also a son, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brassell, their Mother's Day cards to surprise their Williams, Mitch Williams. Clifford
Saturday May 13th the youth wenton guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell son and wife, Mr. and Mr. Dlrrell mothers. Hill. Khandlce Stroud and Brand!
the toad again. This time the Lord Sanders and family on Friday after Brassell. of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Becker's class: has taken two Herndon.
took us to the Jacksonville Civic POSTAL NEWS noon. Edward Wainwright and family, Mr.. walking field trips in the past week. Wednesday, May 10. Lawtey
Auditorium lobe a part of the group of Spring I II the time that the U.S. Rev. David Brown visited his and Mrs. Allen Brown and daughter' One day the class along with Mrs. Elementary School held its annual
young and old who praised the Lord Postal Service urges! customers to parents, Mr. and Mrs. Foster Brown Lisa, were Sunday guest of their Blgham's class visited Bastard's Blue and Gold track meet The meet
and listened to moving music by Scott tidy up the nation I 25 million mail of West Jefferson, N.C. Monday until mother and grandmother, Mrs. Truby Meat Shop to observe the different was clone down to the last event as the
Westley Brown, and Andrew Blackwood boxes. Wednesday afternoon. We are happy Wainwright.Mr. cuts of meat and the difference in Blue out scored the Gold to win the
and Company. A stop for milk In keeping with this tradition. Postmaster to report that his father Is better. 'color between.the kind, of meat. meet 3iO: to 324. Special thanks to the
and donuts on the way home Jeanne Lee today announcedthat Roger Eunice was our guest speaker and Mr. R.W. Edwards, Last Thursday the class 4, 5. 6. and 7th grade students who
completed the evening making this a the week of May 23-27 will be at Prayer Meeting. attended services with their mother, accompanied by Miss Hudson listened participated: and to those teachers
night the group will remember for a observed as "Mail Box Improvementweek. Miss Esther Mason of Jacksonville Mrs. B.L. Wilkison Sr., and were her to Mr. Durban explain how tomb- who helped run the meet off.
long lime. ." visited Mis Arthurine Blanchard on dinner guests on Mother's, also Miss stones are carved. He showed the Mrs. Hamilton's fourth grade wentto
The regular meeting of the Grace This Annual event serves a* a Saturday enroute to Tampa, Debbie Arwood, of Jacksonville.Other students different kinds of granite and Florida State Museum in Gainesville .
United Methodist Youth was held at stimulus for postal customer to Klsslmmee, and Sanford to visit guests were their grandchildren where each came from. The students last Thursday The trip related to
the church May 14th at 6:30: p.m. It repair, repaint, and make other: relatives and friends. Gregory and Miss Katrlna were surprised to learn there is even a the children's study in Florida
was decided to have a spaghetti improvements to mail boxes. Mr. and Mrs R.M. Sanders, and Wilkerson, of Live Oak, and Mr. Sue tiny amount of gold In the stone. One History. The children thought that the
dinner at the church Sunday night, According to Postmaster Lee, many their father Mr. R. Goodin, of Wilkerson. large piece of granite was 10 cubic cave was the most exciting part of the
June 18th at 6 p.m. After the meeting customers may be unaware that their Jacksonville,visited their brother and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkison, Jr.. feet Super spellers for the week were museum. After lunch In a park across
games were played. Popcorn and soft mail boxes need attention,since boxes sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell and son, of Jacksonville were Ricky Norman Bill, Stewart and from the museum the children had
drinks were served. Were you frequently deteriorate gradually overa Sanders and family on Saturday Saturday dinner guests of their James Marchant. dessert of a Sundae at McDonald's.
Present?? long period of time. The Lawtey afternoon parents, Mr. and Mr. Donald These P.E. Students won the Chaperones with the children were:
HIGHLAND BAPTIST! Sunday Post Office will advise local Mrs. Jennie Lou Green of Hilliard Wilkison. Sr. President's Physical Fitness Awards: Mrs. M. Taylor Mrs. C. Sellers, Mrs.
School 10 a.m.. Worship Services 11 customer when boxes do not .meet came after her grandmother Mrs. t Major and Mrs. James Dougherty Monica Berry, Valarie Jenkins, Linda Boat*right. Mrs. L. Ezzell.
Alma Anders, and she spent the and family of England analMrs. Charlotte Barry Libby Davis Valarie Mrs. D Bigham and Mrs O.
weekend with her family, and her son- Russell Lines and Jacqueline, of ,Randolph: Dawn Scott,, Sean Hamilton.
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sumter, S.C., called their parents. ,
John Jenkins, and son Robert. Col. and Mrs. William Wilson for "'"'

Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Grlffls and Mother's Day on Sunday. Business/ & Professional NewsLucille
family, and Mrs. Maines Griffl and Mr and Mrs. Daniel Wilklson and ....
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r family, of Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. Dana, of Jacksonville, were Mother's !II. l
t fl Danny Luke, Mr and Mrs Lynn Day guests of their parents, Mr. and
Boch, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and Mrs. Donald Wilkison.Mr. Conner Spry has joined the
family and Larry White were and Mrs. George Shuford and firm of, Terwillegar Realty, 205 N.
Mother's Day guests of their mother family, and Perry Nicula, Lane Temple St. Starke. as a sales
and grandmother, Mrs. Nellie Carter and daughters, of Miami, Earl associate and broker apprentice,
1 Wilkinson. Denmark, of Jacksonville, Mrs. announces Cecelia Terwillegar
Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Crews, Sr., W.S. Bernice Starling Mrs. Gwen Robert president of the Bradford Realtors.Iud.lle .
1 -E---- Crews Jr., Laura, and great granddaughter and Amy were Mother's Day guestsof
Stacey Dixon, of Jacksonville their mother Mrs. Lois Carter.
treated their mother Mr, Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs, of
Pierce Crews, to a Mother a Day Jacksonville," were Thursday guestsof
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dinner at the Holiday Inn. They their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie y' I
V / visited with her afterwards. Dobbs.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and Chris Mr. and Mrs. Ken Martin, and
.,J rv attended the wedding of their son, daughter, of Jacksonville<<: Mr. and
Mike and Miss Norma Webb, In the Mrs. Clifford Martin and family, their
Heritage Club, In Jacksonville on mother Mrs. Walter Martin and her
ji Friday night. Other guests at the sister, Mrs. Sidney Hansen,. were
Wedding were Mrs. Katy Smith. Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. '1r
Martha,John and Eddie Frampton. of and Mrs. Ralph Martin and family.
Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Roberts, of
$OE --- Mr. and Mrs. Roger Eunice, and Jacksonville, were Sunday afternoon
Julius were Sunday dinner guests of guests of their sister, Mrs. John Tye
their parents Mr. and Mrs Harold Sr., and their nephew, John Tye, Jr.,
Eunice. and children.
Mrs. J.P. Wyrick, and Miss Mrs. Edna Cason of Macclenny, se
Elizabeth Terry, were guests of Mr. spent two weeks with her brother and
and ,Mrs. Fred Moore on Tuesday. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ,Arlie r1J ..
I II evening. Other guests of the Moores, Dobbs. -, .... .. ...
I were their son Chuck Moore, of Lake' Mr. and ,Mrs Lea McClellan spent ,
City and Mrs. Tom Casey, of Starke, Wednesday evening with their son-in-: h

on Thursday. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. -._. 'I../an,. 4 .
Mr. W.S. Crews, of Jacksonville, Maxie Reddish and family, of Florida I .._-'.:.::;" t:. to i
spent Thursday afternoon with his ,State Prison:
mother, Mrs. Pierce Crew We are happy to report that Mrs. .....
Miss Penny Ervln of Altamonte' Doris Barbour's Father. Mr. Corbett
CENTRAL HEAT & AIR Springs, spent Thursday with Mr. and,. Watts, of Wilmington. N.C.. is some N
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Installed From Mrs. Fred Moore. better after surgery Our prayers are.
Completely Mrs. Celita Lee and daughter* with them. ,
Michele, of Jacksonville, visited Mr. :: Friends of Mrs. Pearl Starling Spry
2 TON SYSTEM Plus and Mrs. Gene Pearson, on Sunday. regret to learn that she is a patient in Mrs. Spry completed the Helen Wells

Any Necessary Electrical Mrs. Pierce Crews spent Saturday', North Florida Regional Hospital 'educational qualifications for Cadillac t'nlforni Co.
Jill 1 J Work. with her sister.Mrs. Waldo Pringle, of .Gainesville. Our prayers are with her: licensing look the Bert Rodgers Helen "I'll"811 named employee UK the
Worthington Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wolfe, of Cape preparation course for the Florida
I enplm'ee of the month for April.Ax :
Friends of Gene Eunice regret to- Coral, spent the weekend with their Heal Estate!: Commission exam and
GAS HEAT e ELECTRIC HEAT learn that he Is a patient in Bradford brother-in-law and sister Mr. and passed the exam, qualifying her as a the top operator she received a
County Hospital. Our prayers are with Mrs. Glen Shuford and family, and registered real estate salesman. certificate of commendation and a
HEAT PUMPS OIL HEAT him.Mrs. their mother Mrs. Hester Hicks On During the apprentice period Mrs. trophy. .
W.F. Attwood Sr., and her Saturday Mrs. Juanita Parrish and Spry will receive instructions in Honorable mention
wan given to
aunt. Mrs. Pierce Crews, were her daughters Patty and Rhonda and ethics financing, market
SOLAR SYSTEMS analysis Jennie Tyson, Smile lle>ni 'r and
business visitors' to Jacksonville on Mrs. Nellie Parrish. of Maxvllle. On
sales and listing contracts and the Illlian Rodney. Each: month an
Monday. her brother-in-law and sister.
n Sunday details associated with
many employee Is chosen' and
keep the
Mr. and Mrs. 'Ronnie Mosley 'and'1' ''Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat. Mr; and becoming ,a professional in the. trophy' for that month. ,
I Tammy, of Maxville were Friday Mrs. Sonny Peaco and sons Troy and .business '
: ---s afternoon guests of their parents. Mr. Shawn. of Glen St. Marys, Mr. and A lifetime resident of Bradford Dot Geiger, Cadillac fniform Co.
: 'mR +, and Mrs. Harold Eunice. Mrs. Tom Baker and family of County. Mrs Spry graduated from .supervisor the first pants section
FREE HOME SURVEY .I I Ir Orlando and Mrs. Jewel Goolsby, of Bradford High School and worked In won the trophy for the unit of thlt-
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Sanderson.Mrs. the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office month for ,\prll.I. .
Seeb Andrews spent Thursdayto 'under A.J. Thomas. Sr. She also
.. --4s--' J 11UP : Sunday with her parents Mr.. and worked with attorney T. Frank,
= Mrs. Fred.Moore. Her husband Mr. Landrum. and was area manager .. '
SAVE WITH Andrews and son' came, for her on with Tara Jewelry Co. and area

TO (ETC 10.2Ii Sunday.Mr. 'manager.witli'Luzier Cosmetics.. She 'L'
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and Mrs. Tommy Clayton, and ''
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weekend with their mother, Mrs. C.R Mr. Spry is a member of the'First ;i" d
iii ilii Crews and attended Church Services Baptist Church and the $takkeWoman's h
Ii SAFECOINSURANCE with her Sunday morning. They took
Club, She resides at 383 W
!!! III her out for Mother's Day dinner after Washington St. She Is married .to'

church. Charles Beemer and has one.son.
4NIIIIlIIIIlIII1
: Mrs Fred Boyer and Mr. Henry Douglas Lucian Conner.De .
( Wilson. Of Fairfield and Miss Rachel

.' Boyer, of Jacksonville visited her >rick StationedAtAndrews'.FB
'. brother-in-law and sister; Mr. and
YOUR IIlIIII11 Mrs. Fred Moore on Sunday after
>, CAMP SPRINGS. Md. U.S. Air
v
lu-e f son-in-law and
Their daughter,
liflllllf noon. Force Staff Sergeant Charles M
aa Ml ''and Mrs. Wesley Thomas and
JORDAN AGENCY Mr. Devrlck.son of Mr. and Mrs.! DenverR.
:eraa e.br xaa err, IHHi ,Jay of Live Oak also visited them .Devrlck of Rt. 2. Keystone Heights,
i'' Sunday afternoon has arrived' for duty at Andrew AFB.
il .. ,964-5237;
gaM.wt5tueq JHH 1 Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts treatedMr. '.Md '
I 964-6313 and Mrs. Ben McCulley to. aMother's Sergeant Devrick a computersystems
: dinner at West Coast
f day
supervisor with a unit of the
I .. Across From Pizza Hut .Sea"Food Restaurant. In Gainesville.Mr. Air Force Systems! Command previously -
I r. and Mrs Mike Dobbs, of served at Charleston AFB.
Slarke. spent Sunday morning with
their grandparents, Mr. ana Mrs. SC.The Is
I" sergeant a 1967 graduate of
SAWYERAir'Cendifienbig : Arlie Dobbs. Bradford High School..Starke. His.
"'".;,, Mrs. Hester Hicks and daughters, wife JoAnn .is the daughter of Mr*.
Mrs. Glen Shuford and daughter Jacquelyn Carver of Palatka. 'Dot Geiger
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Nancy, and Mrs Bettle Wolfe
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Inc.e 'attended Home Coming at Long
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M'l!' l 'At*, 'Cel ilr llflonlng'Expert.> ? *, Branch William on Harris Sunday of Ocoee, spent a f

week with his brother-in-law and
Starke 964-770 sister. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston.
Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd Kersey. Pastor
I of 'Collins Road Baptist Church."lIlted ,
1 Mr.. and Mrs. Lonnle
.Jetton. "
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Tt Bradford Realtor met u rewj. f
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Wednesday 'fXtat
night at the Chamber of ,
Commerce: Building with Cecelia ..
TenrfUergar presiding \.Ve egrup.
and turning
over papers to Jeu Wolbert, local to gl.mllf &,M i t/l..... 9134.74w,
attofpy. from the Florida Associa '

lion 'of Realtors setting forth TAe I werfeef 8" ....."... TAIa Slde o' Hea".11 :
guidelines for organizing new board. '" ,
Wolbert' will work on the Proposed Ma,II, 117. TELEGRAPH Page lB'\' r
Articles of ,
Incorporation: Board ByLa -
w.'and Compliance to REALToR yr'",
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Associate Program ---c '
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I Susan Bakkeh r* d \:h.' Wloutes
front:the last tneetlntfUTho1'next! : Terri Dyal I and Larry Paterson
nw'etngwill be June 14 atjrao p m. at Vends StephensFounder's ., .
the Chamber '' "
of Commerce Building "

All Invited Realtors to attend.and AMdateftifare,JJ}, DayCelebrated b Wed April 29 in Theressa :(:' ". $< f '

Thomas Realtors, present ,mcrei%.r Delano By Hdpe> Baptist Church In Theressa Included: pearl earrings:fanrtBtai" i ', ,:;;
Ralph f'
BryasMLIlllan I the cathedral mantilla( "'
Pearson, Vernie was setting 7:30 p.m Saturday matching length (
Faulkner Lucille.Odojuramirene"W Xi Iota DeltaXI April 29, for the wedding of Terri edged In lace was attached tq,.crown
Lee
,;Spr Suzanne Dyal to Larry ,Stuart of rachellace. She carried a nosegay
Hardenbrook, Terwiuegw' .BAkken .. Paterson with Rev. Merle Packham of white daisies, yellow ,blue land a
and
Jess Wolbert, I.i i,: :tfi ,f10, iota Delta Exempler chapter of performing the nuptials.Thebrlde lavender pompoms, variegaytedminiature : ,
Beta Sigma Phi, held Its Founder's is the daughter of Mr. and pink carnations, sprengort.(
HOSPITAL NEWS toi Day celebration and awards banquet Mrs. James E. Dyal of Keystone baby's breath and two roses. She gave
One Wiggins underwent{''Surgery Tuesday night May a, in the Pecan Heights The groom is the son of Mr, the two roses to the two root her ,.
last Thursday In St*Vln' nfs Room of the Garden Restaurant and Mrs. Robert A. Paterson of A ret ;$ion was held in the church
Hospital, Mrs. JuanitaPlAftfcln: The Founder's Day celebration Starke. Educat nal Building. Mrs., IVfarjoire
returned from, ShandfetTeftching marked the 47th anniversary of Beta Highlight the altar were two Packha i greeted the guests: at i tbe
Hospital; Mrs. Beth Strickland Is a Sigma Phi, a social: cultural and white gladiolus, pink door at Miss PatU Triest \\tf'P\t'h'
patient In University llosptallMn 1 service: organization for women. carnations, white daisies lavender, bride's ook.
Peggy.. Shafer was a merito l *! 'patient President Connie Best was toastmistress blue and yellow pompoms and baby's Stand ig In the receiving line:were '
in North Florida RegloduUHaepUal. for the evening while breath. In the background were two 13 the brit and groom their paroits "
lAst Wednesday to Sunday&Mm Ida secretary Vonda Stephens presenteda branch spiral candelabra flanking matron f honor and best mat). :
Shaw has returned from Oranges.Park message from the sorority's the bridal arch and two tree The b Ide's (table was covered witha ..
Memorial Hospital where *n.*iwas' international president, Vice candelabras with burning tapers. The lace c: oth over light blue; liner and
under observation for two weeks; president Brenda Slade led the gold arch was decorated'with spraysof was centered with a four.tiered cake
local: .admittances to Bradford County members in a candlelight Founder'sDay : pink carnations, white daisies, separated with Grecian pillars and
Hospital this week Include: from pledge. yellow and lavender pompoms. decorated with rainbow colored
Starke-Mrs. Mary Lewis, Mrs. Lois Officers: and committee chairmanwere Mrs. Marcia Lee, organist and Mrs. flowers. A fountain was In the centerof
Thigpen, Mrs Sally Underwood Mrs. presented with sorority Sylvia Reddish, soloist, presented a the cake with flowers overflowingand
Gladys Lewis, Mrs. Ruble Hobbs emblems reflecting the positions held program of nuptial music. on top were replicas of the bride
Mrs Marlon Haverty, Bobble Sue the past year. Linda Bowen was Buddy Paterson attended as best and groom in their wedding clothes
Alldredge, David Woodard, William recognized as the chapters man. Eddie Dyal, Mike Sherman and hand painted by Mrs. Millie) Simmons.
Dowling Mrs. Edna Mae Williams, Sweetheart with a heartshapedcharm. : Dale Haas were ushers Misses Andrea Ha mm cousin of the
Mrs; Ernestine Gainey and Mrs. bride and Marlane Collins cut the
Linda DeWItt; from Hampton- Vonda Stephens was voted by Mrs. Kathy Edwards served as cake
Walter Weiderman, Mrs. Thelma chapter members as 1977-78 Girl of ?t matron of honor. Miss Terri Altets Miss Terry Bailey cut the groom's
Mc4dams Mrs. Ail<*.en Call and Mrs. the Year and was presented with a Miss Nina Debodisco and Mrs. LindaKing cake at a table covered with a light
Barbara George; Louie Carter from trnphy. were attendants. All were blue cloth and centered with a three
Maxville;' Claude Crlbbs, Roy Special guests attending were Eve gowned In A-line light blue crepe tiered chocolate cake decorated with
Houston and Jim Higginbotham from Godwin and Virginia Darby. s7'f gowns with sheer floral capes. They fruit and topped with a running
Lawtey; Mrs. Bertha Gandy from Members attending were Connie wore hats with handmade ribbons to groom.
Melrose; and Mrs. Bessie Browning Best, Harriet Bryan, Diane fledge J match the capes. They carried The punch table was covered with a
from' Raiford Marie Wynn, Brenda Slade, Linda baskets of yellow, blue and lavender lace cloth over blue liner and centered
Bowen, Vonda Stephens, Beth Water h pompoms variegated pink miniature with a crystal punch bowl encircled
if and Dimple Oventr t. carnations, sprengerl and baby's with sprengerl pompoms and pink
:!.I: breath. tulle puffs. Miss Cecelia Brandies and
Mr'and! Mrs. J.L. Bradley spent the Erica Grant served as flower girl In Peggy Stovall poured the punch.
weekend at their cabin DUPLICATE BRIDGE a gown similar to the bridal Stephanie Bryant and Erica Grant
at
Stelnha tehee. CLUB RESULTS 1 Y r5 Y attendents. handed out rice bags. .
"ir .' Dr. and Mrs. Jim Minesuiger were f Blake Thomas attended as ring Following a wedding trip to the
.. the winning couple at Duplicate bearer and was dressed similar to the Bahamas the couple Is residing on lit.
Arlette Jean Love, of Starke, was Bridge Tuesday night. Tleing for ushers. 2, Starke. ,
granted a bachelor of arts degree In second were Eva Mathewson and :Jeff The bride, given In marriage by her The bride graduated from Keystone .
English from Flagler College, during Wrenshall and Mrs. L, Green and father, wore an empire line organza Heights High School In 1977 and Is
commencement. exercises held May Cecelia TerwiUegar. Dolly< Kunlg and gown with lace bodice, high neckline seedgirls employed at WPXE Radio Station in .
re-embroidered Starke.
with
13. ., Mrs.: Sherrod Hamilton were third sheer yoke
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Paenon adorning the bodice and sheer Mr. Paterson graduated from BUS
bishop lace trimmed sleeves. The in 1975 Is currently attending Santa
_or ........._ __ _. .,.. .. '. .... eo .. "u a..... '_'_ft __. skirt had a rachel lace redingote Fe Community College and Is
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f w j h if effect with lace around the hemline employed with Jackson Building
,?.. gyqi'I Beta Sigma Phi' and sweeping train. The outfittfoustonrTexili Supply in Keystone Heights.
Holds Mother's Day Brunch -- -_.- -
A Mother's Day Brunch was givenat

the May home 8,of for Mrs members Grady OverstreetSat. of XI Iota

Delta and their guests. 9e [jJ odat fJ'de 'IiMr.

I I Greeting guests at the door and
; r + t ti inviting them In was Catrell Over.
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rtt .
i ere street.'''daughter. of the hostess.
Mrs: W. Slade .chapter' .... : Mowery, of ., and Mrs George HugKtna_
PreeldenSabowed gugsfl'hnio'thedining ( l ; arenvaltl Mr; and t''l' r etunr TU..d..tWa,1tW.. .... M ) I

room. Mrs. Leo Champion-! week. visit with their aon-In-lawhand h .,.y?
Mrs. Ralph Bryan, Chapter Vice: daughter Mr. and Mrs. Oler Crosby\. t: y ,:
President presided at the silver Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and baby daughter in Fort Myers; f
coffee Service. Delicious pastries and Mrs. Wilbur Waters and familywere
were served from the table the focal Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Colson Mr. Mrs. Louise Jackson of Kansas
point of.the room that was covered and Mrs. Mark Moody and childrenand City Kansas, and Dr. Doug Williamsof
N &F with a hand embroidered Irish Linen Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Williams Gainesville were Tuesday of last
cloth. A lovely centerpiece of spring and sons week guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
flowers graced the table. Other I Champion.Mr. .
arrangements of spring flowers were Deanna Waters celebrated her
in the living room and dining room. seventh birthday with cake and ice and Mrs. Douglas Hardy were
, Guests called between the hours of cream: at St. Marks Day School Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs .'
9:30: and tl-00: Monday, May 15. Franklin Ritch in Gainesville

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Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and Mr. ;
and Mrs. Wayne Kinney spent Sundayat
Cedar Keys. "

Archie Green of Miami spent the
GOO weekend with his mother. Mrs. L.J.
Green. .

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stallings and '
family of GaInesville. Mr. and Mrs "
Bobby Allen and daughter Amanda
ia of St. Petersburg and Mr. and Mrs! .
I I.I 'I. David Christopher and daughters of
Waycross spent Mother's Lay) with

I their parents. Mr. and Mrs. C.L.Dinkins. .-,41>,

r.

Mrs. Lex Green had as Sunday
dinner guests Mr and Mrs. R.A,
ifl Green Jr.. and family and Michael
Green of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs.
A 1973 FORD PICKUP W.H. Green and family of
f Njt Tallahassee.! and Mrs Curtis
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n I 4 Wheel Drive Automatic Air 3000 Sanders and son and Mrs. Cecelia
Terwlllegar of Starke.
Power Steering

', ,', Mr. and Mrs William Vogeney of
t Starke attended a laymen's
recently
.
1975 FORD PICK-UP
i seminar on the campus of Oral
; Roberts University in Tulsa Okla.
b, 4 Wheel Drive 4 Speed 3495

'', p: ; .. Power Steering! Mrs. Genie Hammond of Winter
Haven was last Friday overnight
guests of ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles
1975 F-l 00 PICK UP 3400 Hardy. I
N r kt d .
Power, Steerlnq Power Brakes Mrs. E.F. Miles of Macclenny was
I Sunday afternoon visitor of Mr. and l
a Mrs. M.F. Hazen. "

1977 F-250 PICK-UP SUPER CAB $Cfi Aft Mrs. Kate Sheppard' 1:of Brunswick, <
Ga., is visiting mends here for two I
8 Foot Box loaded a U V V weeks ., '


.' Mrs: Charles Fink and chlldren''ol .
1978 FORD PICK-UP I Green Cove Springs visited her
mother, Mrs. Ella Moody on Sunday.:
2 Wheel Drive V-8 Am/FM $4000 .,
; LOOK OUT BASS.r Mr. and Mrs. Mike Colson and Ion
_.. 18,000 Miles of Brooker visited his mother<< ,, Mr*.
Pearl Colson on Sunday!A vw*' s'3'
.
: ... THE EOTJUST AFFORDABLE. .' .,. ,
If You Are In The ,Market "* "J:;?! f

..:./-' ...'-..: f You deserve it And boy.ore you going to enjoy. it. r.|.E ForA, Good Used Or New Pick-Up. Belb'IngerstoCoilaet4 For Mental Health .r. V'e!.r I}

I What's more flOW can oflord it ., "
you Margie Pratt.announced that 18Bellringer t
\ from See At1ERWILLEGAR
Bryon Terwillegar
With Florida National help,you can pluck the boat of your dreams the. workers will go house-to- I
showroom and plunk it right over the base house during May collecting for
-. Or Into the river of Gull or Atlanta Wherever you boat.the boat can be youn mental health. ":i

'.f' for one trim payment a month scaled to tt your budcret: r .;. Bellringer workers collecting In
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.. .*"* 'j ', ;;,j" .::1t.t Starke are: Phyllis Carver, Betty 1
So go ahead Make this the year to launch Jom"" great Lines ,."f( ," "' "" .'" ,.), t, 1-' Hess.Joan Eppe, Betty Sue Denmark, :
WEKNOWHOWrriS. *" 'e't'1"'i' Lynn Moxley. Hjalmar McMillan,
7. ( WB KNOWHOWTO HELP iftft ll Floridaat Bttik .; ::'; : '206. Arlin McKnight Nancy: FuHwood, ,
"' MOTORS 0647200Starke Sandra Duncan.Laurel Jockel. Paul j
StarkeJfUvnim :
J' [ W. Madison Carter, Gladys Powell, Linda' .
_./\, at Clark.Sir.*W4/P44-70SO. Richardson, Faye Blalock Eloise
y M1i.laic.eIIA Siemer, Mary Strong Michelle Sapp
/ I *>*7|nofM Naa.eal eanh a nonda_ ,Mary Ann Miller."I '"


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PageSB TELEGRAPH May I'.ton Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly Mottle Miley New

Celebrate Golden AnniversaryMr Homemakers Presf.Mr .

Mattle Miley was Installed
James David Kelly and Miss white daisies l and baby breath. The the Bradford County
Amelia Gcorgeann WUllanui.?'were three tiered wadding cake decorated Homemaker's Club at a luncheon-
united in marriage on May 4, 1028 .In with yellow roses and gold leaves N meeting Thursday May 11, at the
Trenton. Florida separated by pedestals and topped home 01 NfL John Greene at Klngsley
The lu'Uelh anniversary of this with 8 occasion was celebrated Sunday, was placed at the I left of the main Mr*. Greene! Installed the following
April 3oth with open house given in table,while a Urge silver punch bowl officers to serve with Mrs MUey:
their honor by sons George, Mtkey. graced the other end, from which was S 'ia vice-president, Mr. Artburlne
Robert and families the home of the served delicious punch with fresh Blanchard: secretary. Mrs Violet
honored 6564 Hyde Grove Avenue strawberries. The servers were Crosby; treasurer, Mrs. Lane Tenly;
Jacksonville. granddaughters Misses. JanJo and parlfmentarlan Mrs. Lola Johnson.
Their sons and wives greeted and Tract Kelly. Serving Following short business meeting
c R mingled with the guests throughoutthe Robert Kelly and JlmmcyeKelly and installation a covered dlsn
afternoon. Registering the guests both also granddaughters luncheon was served on the attractive
were granddaughters Mrs. pave The dining room was also arrangedto patio The patio was attractive for the
Kelly Mrs. Mark Kelly and. Mrs. serve guests with a beautiful blue occasion: with hanging basket of fern
Kelly's sisters Mrs. Elsie Scruggs and cutwork: tablecloth centered with and Ivy and potted begonia.
Mrs. Mary Lou Howe of Cblefktnd. another silver punch bowl dawned by Visitors attending were Mrs. Cleo
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly greeted their of white and yellow daisies.Place Harley and Home Economist Mrs
in front of the fireplace !in the there to serve were Miss' Mary Yearta.
Officers ImUlled at the Wwnaa's Club of Starke annual May Breakfast (I Irt living room. The bride of 60 years Susan Rowe of Washington, D.C., After the meeting and luncheon!
Mrs. Curtis Sander, Mrs L.II. Jennings Mrs. Cecelia Terwlllrgar. Mrs. wore a beautiful floor length gown of 'greatn ece of the honorees and Mrs. moat of the members went up to State
(.rage Roberts Jr.. and Miss Florence Jennlnl.Woman's champagne chiffon trimmed In gold Pat Hayes of Lawtey. Prison to see !the Flower Show.
and wore a double orchid corsage. Coffee was served from a beautiful Next meeting will be Thursday,
The groom was dressed in dark sliver service at the breakfast bar by Sept 14.
Club Annual May brown suit t Mrs. Gene Rowe of Washington, D.C.,
The bride's table was arranged in and Mrs. Earl! Troicwell of Lawtey,
Breakfast Held SaturdayThe front of a large picture window over The guests also helped themselves to XI lota DeltaInstallation \
looking the spacious lawn. of the petite colorful sandwiches, nuts and
estate The table was overlaid with an mints. Held
Woman's Club of Starke and Muriel Norman, chairmen; imported embroidered white' silk More than three hundred guest r r,: ,.
brought to a close a successful year Dinner Theatre, chairman Pat organza cloth, edged In lace centeredby came to wish the couple continued : ,
with its annual May Breakfast held Spengler' director, Richard Jockcl.: a silver candelabra arranged with happiness and share in the happy Presldi it Connie Best of XI Iota
Saturday at the club house Christmas luncheon for Bradford while tapers embraced by yellow and occasion Delta so ority of Beta Sigma Phi ti: '
Urns filled with bright colored day Homemakers Gladys Christy, The open house was preceded by a installed he 1978-79 officers at the. ..
lillii decorated the entrance to theO chairman; Vision Screening In buffet luncheon held for the family at Garden Restaurant on May 2. .-
( > T. :Mrs George Roberts Jr., Schools Ann Whiffen, chairman; JI T IIII lr noon In the banquet room at the Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly The white and gold exemplar :; .
social chairman, greeted guests at the donations to: Special Olympics Girl Ramada Inn Weat. The highlight of when asked who giveth this woman in degree colors provided the, ;is
Scouts, Cancer Fund Pennies for !Mrs Charles Hardy spent last the luncheon was the renewing of the marriage their sons replied In unison. installation for the formal candlelight
diMirMrs. J A. Griffin served punch People, and Endowment Fund (state Friday" In Palatka. visiting her wedding vows of fifty years ago. The "WE DO." d.
from a silver punchbowl I as the guests ). National Child Safety; mother Mrs U.E. McGauley. ceremony was conducted In a most It was a very special occasion for Installed were: president, Brenda :
arrived March of Dimes, Radio Free Europe, touching way by Rev. Alf Dorsett Mrs. Kelly's mother, Mrs. Susan Slade: vice-president, Harriet Bryan; : :
Beautiful spring flower Arts Fund, State Indian Fund The !Mr and Mrs. !Robert Green and first cousin) of Dade City. Standingwith Williams as this was the third recording secretary, Marie Wynn; -
arrlln"t'menlswt'replarl'd at vantage club received 2nd. blue ribbons, from Mrs. Eddie Douglas and children the bride and groom were their daughter she has been with to corresponding secretary, Dimples n. '
,point throughout the club house District Art Fextival spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs. sons and their wives Mary F. and celebrate their 50th wedding Overstreet; treasurer, Diane Hodge;
mKts were seated al card tables Members of the Little Women's Jimmy Howe and family In Sanford. Janice Kelly During the ceremony anniversary. extension officer, Linda Bowen. .
overlaid with white linen cloths and Club assisted In serving -
centered with a bud vane holding rosebuds
slat ice and bnbys breath. Mrs Henderson
The past presidents were seated ala
long able covered with white Imported Shower Honoree
linen cloths with Insets of .toti.e .
ulciHon face and centered with a Vic !Mrs Phyllis Henderson was
titian arrangement of roses daisies honored at a stork shower last FOOD
UI ice uml baby's breath. A garland Friday at the Pine Level Baptist how many Qf eatf ftrft y.qik vyjfl

nf spronnerl fern outlined the edge of Church Education: Building. buy YQ pijrik.fljl* ''s'e _
the table Place cards marked the HoHlesHcs were !Mrs, Owen Alvarez, you
seating of past presidents who were :Mrs Jerald Baldwin, Mrs. John want & it :o'n rt'l'oICnlzro by the president Mrs Kinney. Jr, !Mrs Marlin Thornton FAIR
Curtis Sanders Mrs. Mae Powell :Mrs Wayne Blankenship, Mrs Mark .
gave the involution !Moody !Mrs, Bishop !Myrlck !Mrs i a -
All officers of the senior club were Lynn Broom !Mrs. Mark Jackson _ _ _
ritoKnifcd as well as those of the !MISH Charlotte Whitehead Mrs. Craig ; /
Junior' Club and Little Women Padgett and Mrs. James Davis Sr. y'/ _
Mrs Robert introduced the An attractive blue and yellow color
musical program Mrs I.avon motif was used in the party decorations
urn'os. who sang "I'm So IKippv I The walls were decorated with iuT
Could Cry" which has been recorded paper baby accessories. The refreshment PAMPERS LARGEe
mil placed by radio station WI'XK table was covered with a blue _
Also "YolIl.ilhllp My Life" and "If cloth and centered with an epergnctte EXTRA
I 111.id Another Nation, orchestration filled with yellow and white daisies DRESSING ABSORBANT
t h\' stereo and the accompaniment on bhie snapdragons and yellow candles FRESH EGGS
Ih" piano l h>' Mrs Carol SlrptunMm Games with prizes and refreshments JX s FRENCH, CREAMY ITALIAN, | DIAPERS | GRADE A
the first record was cut in Nashville were enjoyed by the 36 ladies ; ITALIAN OR 1.000 ISLAND '
the hours ?'30 and 9 m. DAYTIME C?.
lenn during party p .
8oz BOTTLE ..._ DOZEN
Mrs E A Hall presented !the president 1\ ,, _
!. Mrs! Sanders a gift from the
club members in appreciation for her p.rJona 1'4 :
outstanding services of the dub year. $219:149c;
Awards of appreciation Mere

awarded to :Mrs George Roberts, Jr .. .. .
fur Parade of Homes at Christmas !Mr and Mrs. !Max Gruen uf Miami

and May Breakfast, Airs Betty were Saturday to Monday guests of I Li, !?!. M* MMCIt MM tWM., w* |V .......
fining for the Arts Show, Mrs. Mona their son and family Dr and Mrs n... MV 14, LN..II.III1.Ir fT. fttH.., Fish Cakes s1t/ UVf
CjiHi\a for Music for the pla>'s, :Mrs Harry Gruen and celebrated !Max n.M 2TUVf
Pat SpenKler fir assisting at the Gruen's 70 s birthday Monday! Lykes Bologna/ sell>
Dinner Theatre :Mrs Cecilia Ter ewer
willec.ir for the Flea. Markets; Mrs. !Mr and :Mrs It.O. Dansby of Slarke 20' SI Borden' S Cheesy FoodS: fro St:
\nn Whiffen for assisting in Vision and Capt. and Mrs Mickey Dansbyand r.
sireenint/; at the schools; a plaque of daughter and !Mr' and Mrs tiiii Cheesewr tai. 99' San
.ippretialion, was accepted by Mrs Edward Davis of Gainesville were .
:SM| 'nitleron behalf of Richard Jovkel Sunday dinner guests of!Mr and Mrs t; i : LAMB Cheese Food Spread US M" sAvt
The I dub members rose as Mrs itodney (Hall in Theressa
Sanders! announced the name of the SALE a Natural Yogurt MW29e JI' ,.
late :Mrs Gladys. Christy us the outstanding Mr. and !Mrs R.E. Firth were .
ClubS oman of the % ear. A Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs i '< L. A.1' % **Qi Sour Cream_ w III' 59' sW
beautiful plaque was accepted bv her Barry Firth ut LeChatcuu Restaurantin muift mMt .
lIistl'r.Irs: J 1) Se\tnour Mrs Jacksonville, I I A Singleton Shrimp H....14" X20':
pralwd'for her IXOICE s_ .
Christy was outstanding *
work in the dub Mr. and !Mrs. J B. Bakken Jr., will .'\ *. ;,; sy "iri/r' //Hc-/v \\s\\ i'., -* Trout Fillets rw 99 soul.
Serial thanks went to :Muriel and return this weekend after two weeks amb loasf 7 a '
S
Hill Wilson for dish washers for the visit with !Mr and !Mrs. Bakken, Sr.. as- f Smoked Franks f I a sort Stuffed Clams III! n* PS Ill .
dub and Tt't'na and :Mac Baldwin for and family in Wahpeton. N.D. Plunirose Ham /. ..nn. lr ....Nn SAY!
the use of a truck :Mrs Thelma 89* fart I q Saul fisb Sties IIWMI *1" ZO'
Roll Sausage UHU :r Smoked Sausage sir nn. jr
t I i -
.1t'R1unltfor posters far the Flea
Mrs. L.A. Canova was Sunday .. S SAY!
Markets (01. V.J. Spcngler for his dinner guest of Mr and !Mrs. L.A. Ball tM Park"mmm Franks ..fie f I M san>r Lines'Meat ..nn. $1" s Lykes Salami. +.*. 121 ZO'
constant help in club activitiesA Canova Jr.. In Orange Park.
potted plant was presented to
:Mrs ().L. lleasley as the oldest !Mr and Mrs. T.L. Casey, Jr., and .. '** "# ?! SIRLOIN
member in years of service in the Mr and !Mrs. Drew lIeddish -were 'SKINLESS TiffROAST SLICED SLICED
ilubMrs camping: at Fernandma Beach over
Sanders also announced two the weekend, FRANKS BA state awards won by the club. That of "
Honor Score. State award and Public Mrs. Mamie Parrish is visiting her 29; ;
Service District son and daughter.law Mr' and
:Mrs Pat Bergman of Orange Park Mrs. Frank Parrish in !Miami this
past slate FKWC officer/ installed the week .
following i officers/ president. Mrs. BARGAINS IK GENeRAL MERCHAKDISEICECUBE QUAUT QOOS! "
Curtis Sanders first vice-president, Mrs. Dale Crosby and children of
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rM ria .k. f'4ss
reN M
:Mrs Lloyd Jennings; thIrd'I....- Orlando spent the weekend with her 4 ;
prl'SldIonl.In.: : Cecelia Terutllegar. parents Mr. and Mrs Merrill Dees GALLON STAINLESS STEEL :wn ,Aw j,
fourth vice-president Mrs George and Mr. and Mrs Albert Lee Crosby CUTLERYASSORTMENT ts
Roberts Jr. tr"alurer.1I5S: DECANTER
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Green, Ashline Selected'B6y's f l.. TELEGRAPH Mai II, 117. ':>Page3B .


Parents Want Grade k :
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StateParticipantsTwo I I I .



class at honor Bradford students High of School the Junior have will form the n every 35th part annual of Florida Florida Kept at Outlying Schools! ,",

been selected to attend the American Boy' State. Upon arrival in A group of La wtey' parent will have Monday,May 22, at 7 p.m. later in the '
Legion Boy's State program again Tallahassee the boys will be grouped to wait until at least Monday, May 23, meeting. ,,
Nelson, Into cities and counties, forming the for a decision on whether eighth It will take a new slate school"
Green son of Mr. and Mrs. 5ist" State. f grade students will be kept at rural building survey to have the additional
Harry Green, and Todd Ashline, son For one week, the citizens of the rI" schools: or assigned to Bradford approved since It Involves three
of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ashline, will new "State" will carry out functions Y Lr '" Middle School.A space schools,Casey said A spot survey,th-. .
join over!500 other boys from throughout of government, taking the basic laws decision could not be mad superintendent said he has been told
Florida, in Tallahassee, the week and procedures of the state of Floridaas it. YI.' Monday night, Supt Tom Casey said, by SDE!: officials, will not be allowed.
of June 25 to July 1. Selections and a. guide. Alsd. two boys will be because the Florida Legislature has Two additional classrooms will be
registration fees are made by Jones- chosen by themselves, to represent f not yet passed a state school funding needed Hampton,2 at Brooker\and ;,
Langford-White Post 56, American Florida In ,the Boys Nation at bill. The House version of that his 2 to 3 at Lawtey. ) .
Legion, Starke. Washington D.C.. later In the gives Bradford County l.TS million in One parent present Monday'night' .
The American Legion In each of the summer. Boy's :State Is not a XQt/ construction, funds the county has,. preferred that the eighth grader
50 states, sponsors a Boy's State to recreational camp,!' It Is an been Informed by telephone, both kept at Law ley. Another said she k.f/
assist In the education of youth In the educational program They will Supt Casey and Vo-Tech Director Ted would not mind her children attending ""hi,
duties, privileges, rights, and "learn by.doing." t Oglesby said.But Casey said he could the middle school if walls fer'self-eon-
responsibilities of American Head StartGraduation Boy's State participants Todd Ashllae and Nelson not recommend action until notice 1st tanned classrooms are erected. Casey
citizenship; to Inculcate a sense of Green. confirmed In writing and the Legislature said, however, the same condition
Individual obligation to community, Set takes final action Ills Intent hall exists, that walls In the middle school
state, and nation and to teach their been to have eighth graders stay at have not been approved by SDE.
youth the fundamental precepts of Head Start graduation ceremonies Lawtey, Brooker, and Hampton. Eighth graders since lags have been
Government. Boy's State was started will be held Friday, May 28,at 0 p.m. ADKCelebrates 20th Anniversary Casey said.Another assigned to the middle school For the
nationally in 1935, and Florida began at the new armory on Edwards Road. obstacle to moving eighth years, however It has been
participating In 1944. Everyone Is Invited to attend. Alpha Gamma chapter of Alpha Lovely spring flowers accented the graders from the middle school to board 1 IK ucy to assign students In out
Lawtey, Brooker and Hampton Isclassroom lyingeas to local rural schools
Delta Kappa celebrated Its 20th dining tables set up by hostesses:
.
anniversary with a covered dish Gladys Thomas, Eddie Joyce Sexton space. The additional rather Tan bus them Into the over-
,
4aQ ill0uru 0rnm dinner at the Episcopal Parish last JoAnn Brlerton, Ernestine McRae classroom needed at space the outlying which schools would be to crowdt middle school.
Tuesday nightMusical Becky Dobbins and
Mary Agnea'Fersuson. .
138 East Call St.Starkes. Own Bakery 964-5890 selections were presentedby for construction under Is not the approved current In 19 1-77 the sixth graders In out
Kathy Taylor and Cindy Canova. lying at .s were kept at local schools
ANGEL FOOD Lucille Payne Installed the 1978-80 capital construction plan of the State instead of being bussed Into the
WHEAT officers: president Sandra Duncan; Department Education,Casey said. middle chool. Prior to that all sixth '
69 Dor. J 99 Ea. vice-president, Jeanne Loper; Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Jackson, ST., "1 don't think anyone Intended to go through eighth graders in the county
CAKES
this but Its the
It has
ROLLS treasurer, Marilyn Vellenga; attended the graduation Saturday way way were assigned to the middle school: ,
recording secretary, Tbelma night of Rick and Clydie Jackson from happened. the' superintendentstated. creating a crowded situation at BMS.
Flagler College. The couple The BMS student numbers'
Thornton; corresponding secretary, body now .
ALL Ernestine Register; historian,Gladys graduated with Cum Laude honors. Pointing to the movement of the 6th 890 pupils, down from at one time I
CAKE DONUTS 669cNew Thomas; Sgt-at-Arms, Laurie Rick received his degree In Drama grade years before last, the 7th grade high of some 1,100 students. Casey
Mullins chaplains, Janet Neighborsand and Clydle received degrees in Deaf last year board member Arthur said l.OU student spaces are current.
Store Hours Tues-Sat 6:30: A.M.-6 P.M.Closed Sun-MOf Lucille Payne. Education and Elementary Gaskins said the board has wanted to ly approved for BMS.
30= Education. move eighth graders back to the outlying
schools: for the 1978-79 term. Las't year the seventh graders In o
"It's a little news to me that it's out rural areas were transferred from the
of the question," said Gasklns. "As middle school back to the local "
far as I'm"concerned It's not out of the schools at Brooker, Hampton, and
question. Lawtey. At present the middle school
No state approval needed for the houses all the eighth grade students In
board to spend local monies, Gasklns the county, plus the seventh graders
pointed out "The board might see fit from the Starke area. Starke
to spend some local money," he Elementary and Southslde Ele-
I .
added.At mentary have grades K-6. Brooker;
that point Gaskins asked for a Hampton and Lawtey Elementary
work session to study the financial Schools have! grades K7. I
situation, and the session was set forEd
,
I I Ed Cole Surprise "
f
i PartyRecipientAf ', '


Officers ClubA
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r"PEPS! COLA WESTERN YT .Edward sunrise F. ("party"Ed) Cole was and given his wife for

STAR KIST (Delia) and some 50 or 60 friends at

R 9 EDP S KI the NCO-Offlcers Club, Camp
J : ICEBERG r oR CHIICKEfor Standing on April 22,in celebration of
his 30 with the I
MOUNTAIN DEW tr ,4 E'R'1'' lCE csuls,.,ej. of THE SEA Florida years National employment Guard. f tf

8 PAK 16oz'B L. f', 't CHUNK LIGHT WO Cole completed 30 years '
; G employment as a National Guard
r g1 !' tool TUNA Technician on April 19, 1979. I
a'e"ri'
The party consisted of a cook-out
with the food being served in the NCO
nua 6.5ozp'rosIT club at Camp Standing on Kingsley C'
CAN Lake. Hamburgers were grilled and
HEAD .. other. foods were brought by friends,??I a v' -< I I
and all the trimmings were served,. :, ,
with a 40 pound birthday cake being "', .... I i
.' .. served to those In attendance I'
,Sargaln. 1'Jrt. .Bak.. ,, 0 1 as

l..AII1'Y YYME' save roc:' W4 Supef Discount {) dessert.After the meal WO Cole was"roasted"
t4oz NEW CROP NEW FLORIDA '
Cole by several of his associates
: LARGE RIPE
ICED ANGEL YELLOW \ about his long tour of service, accomplishments '
RED BLISS and personality.
TOMATOES
99'
FOOD CAKEd ONIONS FO ATOESl fc e 'FLORIDATHEATRE Maxwell Cole was C Snyder first employed Armory in at Jack.the

!!III JF6PAK sonville as automotive mechanic at.
OURDOUGH OH1 49c uw the Organizational Maintenance Shop
SAVE 300r BALBO a 101 Call a Walnut and became Shop foreman before '

ENGLISHMyWNS TOMATOES Starke ge04451 being moved to Camp Standing
--- -------- where he is employed as a Supervisorat
31/$1
U.S. No. 1 NEW CROP Fri:Sat.-Sun. the Combined Support Main-
FLORIDA WHITEPOTATOES. YELLOW tenance Shop.
WO Cole is presently) a member of
( ,o-- (I;) a.vorye..law_ ') Mouse the National Guard unit In Starke, the
MT y MIDCDINNER ..NT.vrra CORN 631st Maintenance Company, 720
FRESH 7Yuw Edwards Road.Cole has 31
over
French Stick yearsof
10 b'. C /. byml His( i1d military service having served In
ROLLS BREAD Bag 9 9 lOoo V 0'i' Ike EN the U.S. Army prior to his enlistment
'
STARRING THE VOICES OF: In the National Guard. He was raised
'::rc leox/jJ R ':ERS iJm'' Hm< COKES /i PETER USTINOV 'In Lake City where he played high
CLORIS LEACHMAN school football prior to his graduationfrom .
l SALLY KELLERMAN Columbia High School. I
sr im ie rt "

....MI ANDY...M+IWY,....DEVINE............n.,,-,- Sonya Tenly ... ;:
"" ,
rg- -2 Shower Honoree ;

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Miss Sonya Tenly, bride-elect of
PLUS. Andy Baldree, was honored at a
miscellaneous shower Friday night
"Seven Dwarfs to May 12, given by Mrs. PaulCarterand .
Mrs. Robert E. Allen Jr., at the
HUNT'S CONTADINArsAA rotlTr The Rescue" home of Mrs. Carter on Blanding
TOMATO Street In Saratoga Heights In Starke.

SNACK PACK _. Hostesses presented the honoree
301 DRIVE IN with a wooden and glass cake plate
f
S 0, PUOOINO a -AIST.LAVOM and cover.
301 South Roses of all shades were In the
20oz 6 9 t Starke 964.7484 rooms at various points. Hanging .
3/S ._ ...__ the
4 PACK 1 CAN baskets accented dining area
Fri Sat. where refreshments were served.
: Cokes, fruit Ice cream, pound cake
and strawberries were served to the
Rolling Thunder guests attending. Mrs. Ann Rhoden
served the refreshments.
E'i Mrs. Charles Baldree grooms-to-be
PLUS.
mother, and Mrs. Sonny Tenly, and ,
Paul LematIn Mrs. E.D. Tenly Sr., grandmother. ,,
attended.
A rose corsage was presented to

COMPARE s.zxTiPrinzle : COMPARE 'z':' MN Miss Tenly
3 L. SAG
MONOGRAM Citizen Band Games were played and prizes were:
Mr.iANT_
< : >
RICE Extra Chips w 99* sm rtDFTN 'nMr. .! f4' Lysol In Spray ,...eM SI" 30' awarded between the hours of,7:30:.
/.r... _huN"HV PMsMaji IM.,, -------------- 0:30: p.m. f;
.
I Stewed Tomatoes "uM39e 10- BEANS II DETERGENT Soy Sauce .M 2I I wPlochman Sun.Mon.InJUt
.
I 1v Tomato Paste .* .4/l/ 1 .<' I ..II.MI' Mustard .n.. 49* I ir Rick AlvarezCelebrates '.


Swift Beef stew ,.. 79' 2a ,... VI.1.\ieRelis'hes" ,*. 39*' M4 1 ;nth
FYME TASTE ..... ---- .
APPLE allot Creamer a. (11to SWEET .PEAS >1 formula 409 I,. 79* car r...-- '
| B | |fBafSjS> B m| Rick Alvarez celebrated his 13th "
c.,, 1"t'flloly'v '0" Super Discount birthday Saturday.May 6. at a party '..
JUiCE his Mr. and Mrs.
given by parents I
FLAVOR '-:-'"' .",,,,' WASHINCTOKMUFriNMIX ROYAL CROWN Owen Alvarez at their home '
'
CUT Bayless Highway. '
; CQA ; The 28 young folks enjoyed games .
:
1 and refreshments Including birthday .
.
i
& 1 ;" :$: : 1 cake and ice cream during the party \
'
,
\'" L hours 6:30: and 11 p.m. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tilley., :1

assisted. \.. I\

ALL POWDER li .ivcryDayLowPrtctr, PANTRY PRIDE"REnELS ._._ ,. ..,..al I. : :.., t
e OR W.WIdfthe carattaadea .') .
LAUNDRY DETERGENT LAUNDRY POTATO-CHIP; PLUS. Dr.and Mr*. :;.'"../' ,
PRETZELS STIX Florida Optometric convention In
Orlando May 10-14.
00 c,ALL 0N .
9OZ. 55C The Chosen
j Cynthia and Susan Edwards of FSU
were home for the weekend.

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NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO LEGALS P.O. Drawer 1030 < '

ACCEPT BIDS Stark, Florida 32091 ... ''_ .' .. ..c'',. ,.. :
Tfce CIty of Florida has for YOU ARE 1' ,. '
Hampton ch personal representative. S/112tdmg 5/18 '' ''' } .
gale one 1973 Chevrolet Bet'Air, ID No. administration of the All persons "IntwjMed In the estate to I \ "o,.. .. .. .. -

IKfBKJDIOWBa. used M a pollC car Blackburn, deceased I e copy of this Notice of Ad%::, NOTICE OF f'' 1 I : '. '" 1.EIL0) .
Any Interested perry Is Invited to submit pending In the Circuit has been melted are \r i '
sealed bids for the purchase of the void County Florida, WITHIN THREE MONTHS SPECIAL ELECTIONThe I; / ::, ) )

vehicle. address of which .,..
THE DATE OF THE FIRST ,
City Council of the City of .
Interested partial may Inspect the County, Florida. OF THIS NOTICE to tile Hampton, Florida' voted Jo hold a I& .
vehicle by contacting the City Clark All The personal objection they may have that ;
referendum election aid
to them In
bids. should be sealed and delivered to estate la Andrew J. ng *the validity of the decedent'. deciding which water IiII ,.. .. :. 'jJ
system proposal
: the City Clerk prior to the Mooting to be address ill I Rt. 1. the qualification of the personal to

held on June 13. 1978. The City Council Florida 32068. The or the venue or jurisdic accept.
will consider all t.ldI.t that time. tho personal of the court. THEREFORE a specM election will J Union Cau tt.Ad.J
be hold on June 13
Tuesday, ) 1978. The
The City Council forth below. ALL CLAIMS
reserves the right to Kit DEMANDS, AND OB
usual polling plaoM will be used, and
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and all bkls All '
reject any poisons having NQT SO FILED WILL BE the normal hosts for voting will be ... 1
Mary tae Allen, Oty Clerk agumgt the estate BARRED. observed which 7.00 TIMBEKLAMt Anu AC..:, High School student waste,, TiUVIHI: REPAIR AT
are : A.M. to 7:00
It. 11 2tchg B/18 THREE MONTHS Date of the first publication of this : 2 Parcel GREAT INVEST I* work, I will de work, DIHIOINT PRICES AT

---.--..--.-....-.-.. THE FIRST i; e of Administration: 6-11-78. P.M.All register voter of the City of MENT. H......' 100 ant ot !bid, work. or just/ about JIM'S FURNITURE! 455
NOTICE to file i 'j wJ. Wilkinson Hampton, Florida, are eligible/ to veto Lake Butler. Jan 8. I'.b.r' ..,thl.,. cell 496-350R. Main Nt. Lake. Better 4t\ 6J r
Additional information and sample Realtor 4MZm. Itch" tf/ h
J 211"5. 3/ > .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR above court a Personal Representative of the Estate) tl/chs
FLORIDA claim demand I f Amanda Blackburn : ballot may be received from the CIty \vi-; ';; .&T.y; I
BRADFORD COUNTY, or I Deceased. Clark .iP'i: "iiii-ihj-; a" WI.. o
PROBATE DIVISIONIN claim must be in i 1 I"' SPLASH! thin steer by MAWS: INSURANCE: Immediate eeterae;* by C.

RE: Estate of AMANDA cat* tho basis for ( FOR PERSONAL MARY .......a .beaetlfnl acre lot In AC.ENCV.I60; S.Laks Av.. phone. JOE USHER
BLACKBURN, Deceased and address of the : LEE ALLEN ....Iu.I"eL..'. Hampton Lake. Butler, 41111.31178. AGENCY: 4M-2I26 er 496-\ .;.

File Number or attorney, arid the R. Flynn 5/11 2 helms 6/2S City ClerkTTAX Onke"just M. el Btarke. Jane Complete Insurance Service."_21103; .
Division the claim is not yet & Hardy, P.A 8. Usher baiter. 4M-2I26.\ X11111 4 wr.kly: uoiqusm.Eing ; ; f
3
I96T MtlHTANGi/ speed
Ikiq tree
will bocomo due program '
Coat'e detail. Jim Eauterlv.' Rt. 6.Ho peppy 302, new clutch feedtlrea
NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION claim Is contingent NOTICE 01 SALE RESIDENTIAL LOT) Just- ; 3 165. Lake. City, FL paint and body,
of the "
nature blocks. eft Mala lit Lake 31USV 4/13 tin ''.ngiserebuilt,9700.ta0498W
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMSOR If the cluim Iv ",* Is hereby given' that on the 3lat di ly of May 1978 beginning at 12:00 Noon atrida Butler. 1/2 Acre Hoaealte. ... 3nK3. 3/11 tln/cha e
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE be described The ..., County of Brsdford. State of Floi tax sale certificates will be sold on the ..... S. Usher Realtor. 4H62126. --------- ,. -- .- ------
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS sufficient copes, of ( described land to pay the amoui nt due for the taxes herein set eppoilte thed .Owner Financed. tchg ANTENNA: :
,together with all coats of such sale. INSTALLATION n I \\ORI.IWIDE) WORM
all
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE to enable the clerk to am sdvertlaing.SM repair! Sp..,lalr. VHF V IAHMSCriiwcrs, needed.HedoaUherveatlagand .

JpUon of Land Twp Rge Owner (1..nn.101. :, | 20 ft. mi pay
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'69.VS. .I....'. Furniture. S ,..11.4 e pound. Phone 1-497- .
:):-COM at SW cor of NW 1/4 of SW LOST. BLACK' MALE:, Main Sorest Lake. Bud 3IW I435-OU4N, H24-S745. .
Dwight Slater'sFood E80B' N 30' E 100' for pob N 100' E!: Small Chlnete Pug, lout In Phone 4962985. 5/18 41 J 1..5..61136. 4/27 5tpel 5125 .,.
tofl' W 75' ta Fob Lying N of Co the "..,laU, of the Lobs 6/8 _

& Scat ,Jld,De e Or 101 297 22 88 22 Mack Ruby E.Lee .11.Count,..?..High S/ll!School 2tpd S/IS reward _-- -- Trailer ;rent, 2 rf.f.-l Incountry
near WerlhitgtonSprings
Tu... CARPET INSTALL i-
$94.09\
1100 month, call
... TIOli: : Kxperlenced: In ail
Open "---------
US Taxes $99.69 ph...., desire local night 496.3130. 5/1) Itchg
7 A.M. 12PM. ft J Jt. Tax and weekend. .work tall -- ...
Kelly Collector :
Taxes 195.33 2 SEWING MACHINES
with 1/2
3 BR. 1 bath to '
Bradford Ralford, 431: -1542 alter 5 "
County,Florlds
REPAIRED: Factory
SUNBEAM acres land fireplace* doughboy
.. 95.11/
MOTOR OIL P I T.* pool. dinh- p.m.. .. trained specialists. will aer-
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BREAD weaker, carpeted. CH/A vie all makes. and models In
hull sad nut tree, call 496ZVNI your horn., all work. guaranteed. .:
119 18.OZ. alter 5pm. 5/18 2tcn. f'tJS'rIM MADEDRAPERIES for appointment.. .
79 ::3 Qto .
Loaves ) r". Edwards Church Hall : : : We are now
8 Pack | Every Saturday 8:00: P.M. 5125 .. Rebecca Read at Rebecca'elabrlc'a.
slaking btu oll.brl. Freeentlinaiea. Ito W. Main. Lake.
Lome "Stephen, "
BORDEN Ruder 416 tln/chg
# S9 ALL BRANDS phone!!. .496.2219.. 8/24...l if/rhg'? .
BINGO : -- ---
MILK u"b 1 SPLIT LEVEL, epacloue 4
$100 BR. 3 bath carpeted. drapes, Nr:F:II CASH W buy junk Tranh and garbage collection '

Over 411 N Temple Ave. Starke RaShop 2.000 .". ft. living area, on 5 rces,pickups. and tr.....*. Jne In Union County r for more
.".., Phone 496.2952.! 5/4 hh.... Ray Prtllt 4III,215.! Information call 44B2IS6.
Stchg &/18 or 410.2" 9. 5/1H tin 1/27 Itpd 5/IN .

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WHOLESALE..JEALERJ EMPLOYMENT: : FOR KEN: fl bummer 'f
AUCTION: Every Monday Clay County Board of vacation cottage on Lake ?
fight 6:30 p.... llwy 17 County Commlnalonera have Geneva. (125 plus utIIUIee a
North Palatkn city Umlta. at the following CKTA: pol- week.. Call 473.2717 ....,a..
old poor man'a auction Bono available, All appliestlons and weekend. and 1-373-
Rock bottom prices building. We sell new mrrchandlie must be received by 6633. Monday Friday 4,
we tell bargalne' May II, I97K: from 9 .-... S p.m. 2tpd
thanka for support we. have Tirl.K: I and III SAN 5/25
been getting. Bill Perry, Coordinator! Four year
Auctioneer 3/18 2tpd 5/23 degree. prefered or work t'ftEE TOMB
at Eagle for the best values! Save to 38 % experience equivalent.LUNSEI.1)R Cute white lemale. kitten, 7 ",
up GARAGES uT: Furniture, (' ; / JOB weeks. old. tall 4732334. ..
and miscellaneous Item. OEVFLOPER: ( : Four year. llpd 5ISWHOLESALE
EV SWIM Friday, May Id, 10 am. to 6 degree In counseling or
I LJ4 p.m. Th Liggett. Hebron related fields. Work
0 BUYSI/. ..;;' "' Avenue Park el the .Ime. experience. can be aubHtl- : --iEALERAL'(71ONs
"; r : \ Itpd 5/1S tuned on a year to year bal. Every: Thursday
1 .
; j .1 : Should possess a working night,6:30pm'at 2315 S.E.'Hawthorn .
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( j"I Y ,' ....1 HERE'S A BARGAIN: ; FOR RENT Office Spaces knowledge.' .1 economy ltd., Hwy| 201)
O. \. ,- rrJl'1iJ. conditions In the local and '...
'; MEN'S WHITE JEANS? Lawrence Blvd. Keystone We sell b rg' Bill Perry,
"" I Height. 'Apply Print hhop surrounding market area. Auctioneer. S/i8 2tpd 5/23
BY THE #1 MAKER! -d bP. or Phone 473-3444 or 473- INTAKE: : / SPHIAI.Isr.: ,
s Nlit: iOSCILLATlV0 ,e 4O3l.il/citg __. High school graduate with. a Kf-V:: SI'0\Tr;lake. Cottage ';

"i\\< LAM Mm SALEKeyatone llmm minimum of 2 years workingeperlence. yearly, monthly or weekly.. .. :
: W, 6.88' Helghta' Nice treea on Type 4% wpro.Munt I BR efficiencies luroiahed. '.
,id j be. able to meet with Including utllltleAa low d.
<> ;;;II?" I 1 on* to., ID ,acre tract In a*

21. ".... a fiiii, ... :/:u-.vv,, -cant...iN,.M.. rtsslota.blo1..- ... cod I I I tome neighborhood lots permit ol new. home mobile, the BOOKKEEPER public.: CETA 1115,00 Keystone Height. per 'Realty.4732U14. .month.... Y'
,
: 'flTIt: II: Graduate of tf/rhg
11- .. home and an
overlook
..r MEN'S MESH CASUALS /wM j some a
\ Ms ...... accredited business school or
aWeRa J t lake. Priced to sell with '" .:;
..- '. 3 44 lure four --.- ewer ts. I term from S200 down. to 110 equivalent in experience. FOJT TtE\"r7' 2 Store
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SA VE22% 3AVC10* 3Je .etM to. Nleaap ,........ per month Commercial Muni meet (ETA eligibility Buildlnga Excellent: for
attestsSAVCJ.OO -!*
1 Open I In SR.21 requirement. Retail or Olfice Space.
weave nylon wtllte, frontage on available.Owner
OSCILLATING FAN 10 LB8. CHARCOAL nrrAIR' MATTRESS
Maek of krown. Sim T-12. 473-4373. 3/30 11/chg Highest local trafllc count In
;' Melrose and Keystone area.
17.8899c 1.77 r (CLINK TYPIST, Mu.t be
X ---------- Still /growing fall 475-1953
{ 1 able to type 33 wpm. Some .
AUCTION Every Saturdaynight after 7pm. tfchgKOIl
VALUE PLUSnb..ll- erloueta sturdy vinyl' In lively prime.. Inletable ... ..r. ,7:30: p....,back of pont experience. dr Hired. Mu>tmeet t!I
reiulle everytlm by mouth or pump.hardwewl a ('tTo'IgIbUIt: requirements
)
office In Melroac, Everyonewelcome. SALES iTeyateneHeight i)
JEWEL BOX Y : t C My competitor I to S acre trad.I. .
VALUEPLUS I : JC :.
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[ .r.: ...... ....... ...... iM .\ ';:: sty I sell too cheap come In White Oak Ridge, ."
SWIM J ''i\ buy those bargain. Bill Reasonable priced Owner
SEA SHELLSc : :'! 'A QOQQLBSWEARPIUG9 r F' f Perry. ,A..eUaDe.r,5/UI2tpd MECHANICHH.DER.: : : financed. 473.2283 or 473- ..
Jo' Repair rebuild
Jle overhaul
: 5/25 S/1K 6/8
.. ( X and 4113.4tchg -
maintain
F FROM THE a NOSE CLIP automotiveequlpmenl
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[ VALUE CASH FOR GOLD: Sterling. Perform other.
jewelry, diamond, coin, services a*
1 97 pt6".o J required lust
-i13.99 pROKEDS'SNEAKERS ; 1 il. ,j dental gold. Will visit vouanywhere. meet ('.:'f A eligibility. requirement ::
:
: _.,. --f : .PRICE : 810, 6.88 .:ot'\. :::1o L 1 r.' II ;;I 47510H9.Phone Mr.Riltman 3/9. *. Too Late

DICDISPOSABLE PRICE VALUE PlUS'' Nylon padded collar, \ ''''I tl/.h, To Classify.
for these
ToquaUfy positionsyou
P VAlUEPlUSf .r VINYL 24" loamln.oI..ktm.n'.U, 1 -- --- -
must be renldent of
r a
BUTANE J"jj8. 3-QT. FOAM BUCKETMolded ( INFLATABLEBEACH .4 I t1.I 'I' n Clay County If you feel you :NEW: READY TO ..
LIGHTER :v /ALLDISC. \ rn Ui. DISABLED VETERAN: :may" qualify, apply at (lay ;MOVE I.V3BK.: : 2BA -
V
II
.. ;1 Will clean out U.Bowed
68(: i49 C : j .1" l 1 : !:: to your garage the unwanted (I[ ounty Community Services Large corner lot. ==
.... 67(: L. a' junk.keep,' 473.24IW. Office I 013 Walnut Street, 'ryslal Lake Home-
*Heady with *nug' .. \. I((,r.en Cove Spring, rl.. sites.
wAe_ Call 473-3U3.: : Bob
tilling lid 1 qt.*i>e. f OISC. PRICE t!/.! :120<13. ,a
yE 1.oq SAVE 1." Norris or come. on out
,,' I 'I, S; ;:; anti see on alt-IB,
r 1 ( MEN'S DRESS SLACKS MeN' UI..,... .HIRT. right .t:
.. I: --... { I j\\ VALUE | off ltd. IIHI. tf'/.chK

.. VAlUEPlVS'R'3 X3.88
:--v-: _\ \ CROSS

JtI Dlec Carefree lattice. jest eeltdeptaMe waves p./y.N.r will bdMUtaotee ....-......._.................-...........-.- .
'- A .1 pelca 2 188' a ,-'.Nave aa M. .awls panto... .....L. SL. SIN
... w'... ...
.LA.C.. ',, LEGAL ;.
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-. :,;;; : ,, : Natural straw InaoM w/vttiyl r-'"
\ airapa in m",, '.elm' 7-ta. VAL.,. U!tl1fALUEPLUSf "
;.' Ra THE CIRCUIT COURT OF .
.. .. \ AtST. POLOS l .
---- tr. BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
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\ \ I 2-PK. KNIT
ROBERT C.
SAVl1J21 WARNER and MILDRED
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V IUEPLU Y.4L.UEPWSI lIJ" RIEPS OM, ilit'iJaPLACUr': "' S. WARNER, his wife. Plaintiffs vs. :

: TRANSMISSION FLUID IS LBS. DRY CHLORINE FABRIC SURF RIDER BOYS OR POCKET PLAIN MEN'S T-SHIRTS SIZES, ......... COLLARS, .. ". 1' MICHAEL J. GARVEY and DIANE J. '".

,'" mice DISC 97C PRICi O'IC' :14.88 rnlct DtlC 6 96 \ AIIT.TEEBS1SLIGHTLY COLOfI. IRREGULAR ( :\ e A.k GARVEY AMERICA hll Defendants.WIfe; UNITED STATES OF .

Special peeler a conditioner S9% formula' eenetructlori, /12.88 NOTICE ACTION
granular keep. Mugged eatery .
holp eliminate (cadet 1 quart. peelwa.r." r 77 C 1.96 j(,a ...i TO: Michael ::1'. Garvey "
Residence,
\ .. Charley Unknown
VALUEPLUSr SAVE 19" ,f: 1 ,lRO. _- winuJ1.e.. OIIC.PRIC. 1 !> As YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to .

I .4 1 foreclose a of the
!11 BATTERY. 200-CT. ;I mortgage following
91
r ) I I OPERATED FACIAL t 'P t .st iw, YALULILUSf VALlIIf I'.U E. property in Bradford County Florida.
JUICER / S'j 'l TISSUE 1\I I All that portion of the West 1/2 of Lots 1 ..

6 43c .,:,," s: t'o:1.1:i -:: J ;r':; LUB- DENIMcurorrs 1 .STRIPED and 3, with the fraction attached, in ..
1m ,t' ,. TOMMY POLOS Johns Block 18, in the Town of Starke, more
Q '
I ; 88f.> was FOR MEN, INS.M.L.XL particularly described as follows
t: I =i.. ... .t-Jill AvE Bit- ;

t* '" 1 .IJ. IPL.USf 'k... : BOYS' DENIM CUTOFFS .,A 96 3 96 About This Question Beginning at a point on the South line on .
rl ./a" HOSEREMNANTS --= aria, : Call Street 83 1/2 feet Westerly from
I 1000 2 98"
WATT ....... VAlUe'f/1lUff .ore \ DIeO.fltllCl the Northeast corner of the said Block
10 OR : "The rapid increase in 18 thence
12'h: h run Westerly along Call Street
DltYERIITYLElte ". .--.-IL ".,i. --i' robbery and theft 30 feet, thence Southerly at right anglesto

t '. 1.97 !OI.C.. 8.88Heavy '1/ :) ;! < !J /:; .. makes me worried Call Street 105 feet to the point of
9.88 upOn
beginning which is situated
D19C. as ice ; I J" i about that
duly vinyl, expertly' Il / my stamp and certain brick building .
OI.C. PRIC. eenainieted. rer reel eWeMlttyl" r formerly known as
::1-: coin
/I collection. My the N.J. Jones Store property and more
'1 ); r "h '-- Homeowner Policy recently known as the Futch "
Building.
Gillette .J. Et .. iI"t' 'i l.
c '" doesn't begin to cover
: has been filed against you and the United
l the values. Can the
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.... I J ..--: Charley E. Johns to States serve of a American copy bf your and written you art defense reoulred*, .:

You May Have Already: 1 iLfj\J"C"'O\( / \ .. ;0.. V Agency supply 'all risk' if any to it on Byron Block, Esquire

." WONK" B ; _.-". tJ insurance to cover the plaintiff's attorney' ; whose address la .
r -' Ch.eth.DI.pI.y I 1 :w:; S v full value of'these' rare 1206 Universal Marlon Building Post

l-- RIOHTOUAROVALUfPLUSI at Eagle Family- Discount \ ''': '' nt ,l stamps and coins?" Office Box 1086, Jacksonville, Florida'

i ANTHERBPMANTem, .1.29 32201, on or before June 19, 1978, and
r 4-PC. PLACEMAT SET file the original with the clerk of
TRACK loi *SHAVfteiAM-. 1.WSJMIOMT #AVfUPTO13% vu.uen.utiPHEWASHEO_ t_ Court either before' service.on plaintiff's this .I
ii1 ,2:7 OUAUD PUS*** 'TANKBOR.HORT. SHOUTS attorney or
J.j.1. ............... ............1.44ths i LADIES' KNIT TOP. Charley, E. otherwise immediately thereafter
oW.-m..., 'g- DteC. 1N8C. a default .will be ,entered _
Imported fevm me PMHppmea.Witt" i dry lookrtlOHTOUAM QIIIUP2P2.88 PRIC. 3 9& .. "' 2 96 against you for the relief demanded _
/ 'on. ... ....... .. "deft: +- B the "In
." ""e,d ales .adm .Net am tdi'l! I )' STICK OMa anrt lank tepo er track -- a --' e... seas w/ewes bsR JOHNS AGENCY complaint petition., .
; ; : WITNESS my hand and the seal of ;:

131 S. WALNUT ST. this Court on May 4, 1978 :,
r! GILBERT S. BROWN. '
" ; : : As Clerk of the
Court.
l PHONE 964.5070
Imli;;; .. Star e. Fla. $52txx' f5't Tis Txx; By:1B4eulahtchg M.6/1 MoCJdy. As Deputy Clerk'1S1I





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',,,- ,. ., \ \ ...,.... i :'.. ,,,' $ ., !rt''kt'.i''' IIB111
TWO '''. '' '' "...... t ,. ]ct$ .. .. .J .. ". .. .... ..... ., Mailman home epertmenti a cottage (,<'H>0..' ,1 ,
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BEDROOMS. !<
Hendiome offices apt. Ml N. 170,000. no'
V..I....., earpetlnc. e.. with DOURLKWIUC 10 ..re., 3 Mu BR.,24 I tall 69, big 4WD ii'CHEVY... white 3/4 apok_. rim 1(70. day SIGN..PAINTING,,,1.!.. See, rust .... 13 It. SHASTA TRAVEL. NORTHCAHOLINA WATSON'S HOUSE/ OF -51.$. Epperson -4 opt*., nice lot mt7S. '' .

Irlgarater end ...... bathe, LR. DR. F.... Rm, AM/FM 8 track radl.*. Rudy atWahi. TRAILER. Perfect for I MOUNTAINS, 2.4 acreo ACUUMSi. Many brnnda COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES. I*t'Tuck'
good
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.(.,0/..,.,"'....tI. Phone "M4.MODS I24JKW. Al.. 1(75 Mercury _diU... Phone "' .-&2113. Bat., 8.Flea.., III.Market..., 5/11 Friday.4lpd ._p..... Call Pat or Piggy,, overlooking mouaiulna and'I... .......... read -" Drive In." 301 S. Oreat location. ",'
.5110. &11 8 Zlpd Marqula B'.. .... Glower. et 333-1947 after 4(Ip. valley, largo waterfall
5/ZS fully 1118 Ztebg 11258F.V 61BRADIOKII .achi... .. .".II.bl.. Ripen -7000 sq. ft. CB building Brownie' St. r! '-
........Take ovor payment. RAL-C 1(72Rambler ... 3/18 2tpd 325PIJPPli nearby, nice treea. Uvely repair,all make Part and ISOLATED PARADISE 'IWII ,

HOUSE-: ON""TcTNcsrEY ,luhg.....&4681180/11 sitar I .... (495 1907" CMCPlcknp ftfcfllCTANK ] ;.";'.Shepherd' kvlMlag secluded,aitoa.(3AOO.goed AOO access down.1 I .acceaeorleo._ lor all ".c... Rd.yet near town -beautiful acres ofpatturo ,

LAKE Vacant I.... .ant 2 (39St 1970Mnvorlck. SERVICE AKC R..t.. ..... male 5 t, and nnmo Man.. 404 NW lUsh land -cut*at a button homo 3 BR 2 B> '.
week .. July. and Au.... BLOCKllOME with 3.;.. '69Si 1(69 LTD. Residential pp...'*. 040.Al week..... Look Uko. bear MOUNTAIN CABIN, 4 I 3767110.Avenue, Galaeeval Phone CH&A pecan tract '..,n. fenced.
Pk... "' .,75116. /IS (295| 1(73 Ford Cnotom. ** commercial. and .In (5O. .. aero, thl cable tb/chg
Zlpd room a.2 ".th...ltlllll...,.. (25t 1970 dustrial. Fast aervloaguaranteed. ph. 408-1859. llpd lo plush 11 LOVELY ACRESi ,
S/2S .f land Carpet CH/A. (643. C.J.Vnntnnt VW. Now angle, Phono "964-8121. 5/18 Hunt claa* all the way 2 BR.: DMIIIpsffiL' S, -Naar Hampton Lake Rd. 1 II. Well, toptlc 'tank.
Ante lucRe rock fireplace, wall-to- Saddle here..and pooJea. for "
Phono
-' 782-3577. S/18 Fl. Power
:l7iii"!\ FURNISHED tl/chg Sale*. L..r' 782-3321. I 4tpd YARD' SALE-Wd-; ",,I wall carpet, ready lo move ..... W* bay sell and trade. (40,000.EXECUTIVE'S \ '
Apartment oa Walnut St. Iii -OWNER'-rp-; ;. mil ....Ie,. tore --. --.--- clothe*, aim*. '4X. Mlacol-. lnt*. Nestled is lovely .."..t..... Tack lor ..... HOMI
Newly decorated, eftstreetparking. crete block homo with 3 BR.' west on SR-125 I mile en ALColtOUCSANONYMOV'S I...... Item*. Bethel. I I wooded oottlng. largo dock- S.utb.lStarke.S I/I mil*.. Shaded by pleas A til ted en :Secret lessenS I
ass chAd .. note.. on. batk. I.R. DR. .u..ltch. Ie" Itpd 111111 P.... 9646894 Church Rd.. trailer.. with circular overlooking mountain, very Phone "' ."911. 5/11 2tckg Rd. The homo ,It one. pf kind- Traditional. .". .I"'

......* K64-8498, II ant, k..p ... 717 W. Call*> St. vw'iv8.' 'iii.-rabuiltengine .or...964-6583.! ..:-!tf/chg. drive. Sat. May 20, (, prrvatei (35,000, (750 down S/18 .. Itt ......?. !I-
trying. lukf 5/18 Phone "' .-8791 .r "964-7061.<< dual batteries. steel a.te I p-m. Itpd 5/18 and ansi,.* lean. CABIN AFFORDABLEtBarksdals ,,, ,
SIS 2tchg 5/25 belted radial, van _..,. BUILDING located on 2.4 auras, good HAY FOR SALFi'NowCrop homo i la W. Madison 132,000' r',
ONE iRPUTM"i: T, aloe. portable .-....., .Indoor REMODELING and re- TARE.SALE Friday. i'.4., access. land la nil wooded.nlco Ceaetal... Alicia. (I.So per 4BR. IB, CHAA. Owner. will conilder financing. ./J.
electricity. and water lur- Mo"iiTEwltb --lIOME 84.60.' I ...&d_, carpet tape pal,.. New kitchens. ".t.., Saturday5, NR-125. 3 area, Ibo cabin) In not kale In Held er (I 74 from KINOSLEY WATERFRONT ,.

nlahed. (100/montk and ISO :3 bedroom. 2 bath*. deck and atoroo speakers. lamllr room. Brick Block. mile. We.t from Trail Meld completely finished, but It I* be,.. Phone. 473-1152. R, -3BR, homo with 'large dock for entertaining.ApprOK. '
depotit. Phone 984-5951. (10.000.) Phone 9648271. AM/FM ,od... 1950. AI... Cencrelo, t.I,..... "' .t.,. Itpd S/18 completely dried In and I I. Hull. Sill 2tehg 5/18 .
...tallo... Ph... 70x200
llehg 5/18 Itch 1972 PINTO. RAH. AC. 473-1108 liveable while yon flniab it i
5/18 .
AT tachometer, OH ...p., ., .71.I 78. tf/chg Y 'i'D8 i.EFi.iT.d up. 2 BR, Urge deck over' tw'Ec"iii."sjL -t;, -3000 tq. ft. homo, duplex, plus .pt. over water.

N' iiyFii iii i BRICK' HOME"i, 4 ,;*:-;.,7 3 900. Ph... 904-8608. llchgPLYMoTJTHt __ _u______ __ Saturday Griffin .....P. SR. looking mountain, owner complete with trnclor and Appro 40 x 1200.
APT.. with en. b.d...... IlK 2 bath ..n. YARD WORK Get the boat. 10O, follow. algn. Itpd 518SEVERAL" need to aell 117,500, (4400 ...1...... (. ..000. take HAMPTON WATERFRONT
lIt Dill... lurnlabed.. Private ('H/A now garage, : 8967: ruenable. for the ...*,. Free ..tlmito. down and aanume Man. ova pnymenla on trailer. -Two beautiful hornet for the discriminating. i'
.ulrane.. Inquire nt 603 E. 1/2 acre oil 1IS-301.earpete I29.9OO.drape Ha lnpoetlon atlekar.Ph. CaB u* .... Phono 964-76(9. ITEMSi' dz Thee are a tow ol over 200 Phone. 7(2-3207. 3/11 Ztchg, WALK EVERYWHERE

WMhlnglon A"... Stark.. Phone 9648771. Itckg 5/18 ... 964.8349. llchg" 5/1 f 5/18 tithgTRACTOR ......- building wired U ting*. WE have ail type 5/18 -320,5501 Great location nt Euclid AEpperson

5/18 tl/chg HOUSE;F i'i' ....F.BK. 1973 for electricity (30O. 01 property lltd from (500 CHAIN- LINK: -FE"NCEiopplle. : MH 3Br 2 B, CH&A. All the trimmings
MUSTANCl V-8. PS. WORKt Large REMODELING SALE, par aero and up. We have
In .
Tw.f-i:BEDROOM apartm completely remodeled In PB AT good meckanlcilcondition. or small Jobo dlaclmg, Bodo, carpets, lamp d.*..., mall tract, wo nine knvoeoveral > and In.tallatlon.. good taste.COMPLETELY
.Bt, lurnlchid or .... town. I'hunt 964.6020, tflchg Good body and mowing, back-blade. Pho. A/C'o. Try Motel LawUy.Hchg cabin, hoy***, old Phone. the HandyM.n, 1-289- REMODELED
tyrilihcd. wall to wall -" urea (975. One ....,. Jimmy Martin. 964-5230, &/18 faro**, eta. Wrko er call lor 3031 11I..111.11. tl/chg -3BR, IB, screened porch utility, building. '
carpet AC. Phon. 984-SOdS<< DUPLEX:; T-oiT SALE, Phone 964-8502 or 485-1705. 5/18 Stchg 6/13 Iron Biting brochure. You -- ------ garden and pecan hoes 133,000.
., 9044172. Itch* 5/18 rppanon: Street. 910 It. 5/4 3tpd 5/18 Y RDi"Am 5. can call Ire* of charge by UTILITY BUILDINGS LITTLE SANTA FE LOTi

living pace. In each unit ----- -- PIANO TUNING and Monroe, Sh,... behind dialing 1.800-438-7421. Write aluminum. All -75' on. water ''',500. Owner will consider,
MAKE RESERVATIONSnow CH/A. (35,000( Phone 964- GRAS TORINO; 1973 Ford; R.....,. William George Eagle Army Navy Store. or call today. CHEROKEE ,prowlrod recep- financing. .

lor .umm r vacatloaaon 7574 for Into. 5/4 tl/.... Station Wagon. AC. PS, PB, Phone "WM-52H7. tl/ebg. Saturday 8,30m.. Antique, LAND CO., Murphy N.C. t.bl".Ulh and owltcho.. VghU.tongue BEST BARGAIN IN TOWN ,
....... Chas, Ph... & 28906 4/27 groove lisa,
Klagaley Ph... -- -- -- 533-2366. 111 ------- vlctrelo glassware TtchgoV8 delivered and
533-23H6.. 3/30 U/ehg THREE: : BEDROOMS 11/2 ttthg &/111DF"TA SEWING REPAIRED, MACHINES .....U......*. Itpd &1111 FISHING BOATi_ T3 It.f Financing. available. let, up In up.48 -completely 3 BR' 1, bath furnished plus guest, (32.500.house or rental apt., '"1
AH makoocleaned
-- -- bath. lro-tandlng fireplace Iborglaaa.live and month. to 60 lUe .
88 1970 Old. 'ii' dry well pays *
: oiled sad ii'"d;
IRMSHKI: > APT) concrete block/brick adju.ted. F 2 swivel Suaukl of Stark.
Iod.... I Br, very ck.>... Fenced yard. 1029 Hontk-, moblURun* good good I (7. Work ...,..,..... I...* need living room lultoeporrb and trailer aent MOO., 7 Phono hp motor 782- 064-8021.' 3/12 tl/ch,984-4O20* or' -WE NEEDHOMESTOSELL-
lire*. Phone 5332366. 5/11 I I Stticklnnd corner. .. MnrgoaR.ad&.dHwLl6.Ifdig '..'. : :. .. _
hag carprtir 01,.,... A/( gate Drive near 88 School. .*, appUancoo,' 3193. S/lI 2tchg 5/IS .
Ideal lor ceupl or rvtlrnd Stark. Phono for appoint' 2tehg 516PAYROLL ,, gus ..01 ele*. .&e"... cenche "" .. PATIO CO\ERSt 10.20 ,

praona. N. chttdroa or p.to. Silent, 964-5N76. 6/11 31 pd < BILL'S HAW SHOP C... and love aeat.. BARGAIN PALOMINO 159. Limited ...ppl,.. Florilund Keulty
'$:IO'Ii!' T.tnpl Phone 11114.( 5/25 I pleto aorvlco.circular CENTER. U.8. 301 South, Q1IARTKRIIORSE, lock GATOR ALUMINUM. 4620
7270. 5/18 4lpd 63KITCIIINETTESt .1s.'C.101( St.rk.1 8 tf/ch* and 2-kora* trailer. Rode In N.W. I3lh St., Cntninvaio. 393 N.Temple Ave.
/ijUf'W. .M t. ; : carbide, games and hunting. (800.Paalflno 372.9767, tf/che St.rke.,...
FOR SAlE, By owner Quiet chain, mower blade hollowground BULLDOG: -- atallion and Lillian C. Pearson
:!' : : I BR PUPPY tack
Country living 3BR I I/2B. and balanced. Leaveat Brindle.. lomalo. pit bull 135. 20(1. or will take IUOO) for WattnWUMZIIIQ REALTOR I 9647700Opoe .
>
T AC. utUitl In. Jackson
apt. Building a.Salsiday
rludrd. Totally furnished, .large ..... Kltc..... Dining l''LERKWANTEI III.,... or Keyeton Height Supply. Phase 431-1191 otter 7pm.Itcba everything. Phono 782-3193. BXANCH OFFICE I A.M.

..*.Iy. monthly rat... Room. I0.20 Patio. 360' )! Qualification., tlchnMISCELLANEOUS_________ ; 5/18 .a,3.hL! __--- U9 SOI NORTH I
Temple. Molel. NMI N. Well. 3 1/2 acn with tall muat b* ..,.,Ia.ud and be --, .BAKU HAY i Argentina, LAWTEY FLORIDA
.Ivmpl Stark. Phone 1Ifi,1.73li7. pine*. CB Stucco Covered. 2lii. ant on 10-key. calculator. ,, I. V ii' CK'Tk';, highs tertUlied. phone 964- *Bulldozer Work 711a.uoe Yon usa move IB with email
511154 5/25 H ol Penny Forma oH able to work full-tIme, very ; gobbler. and ..., geese, 6071. 7/21 tl/che Large or Small Very seat S BR frame equity payment ..01 pick
ro.ponilblo. No two good pleasure. hone, corner lot. 113.000. np monthly payments on i iBR I
Hwy 16. Phone 529 9854 lor experienceneed Mobile. Homo .
mare and gelding. Phone ---- already
I.AKKFRONT: MOBILE: appointment (42.000. .ot .ppl,. Apply I.I.person. I FAULKNER I IREALTY *Land Fill located la a Mobile Hoi...
IIOMKi: tUlilng.. boating. Cadillac I'nUorm,: 964-6630 alter 5 p... llpd I BR buagulaw. 1Ir.-,.... .
5/18 siding,,lerahbed II desiredSIJ.OOO park.If
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441 K.: Brownleo St. Hlarke.Itchg
Phono 4ANI777. 5/11 PondlWILBUR
3tchff W-"JEQ"" 5/18 IRON PROBLEMS? Ru.t .._------ er otter. -- --
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5/24 taming. your cloth.. and YARD SALE 209 St. LIds. ffi2.HH WATERS'44I ---- year .hearts dealro I I. te
,,:S. sVpERMso' Rt Tto( 4.hllt. bathroom fixture bocauiaoof lIt.. St...... Saturday and I BR. I in bath frame ta ewe a homo 100 ,,. oU
.:. 1A"T:: Adult. III..... Nurilng Home Iron I. your water? Call Suiiday.9 .i.m.te4 p.m. Itpd : : S. Tempi walking. dlalaace .. townluraleaed with Glngor Broad trim.
only no pet*. Inqulo To. WANTED!' TO RENT: 3 Phone 964-622IK( tt/chg RAINSOFT WATER CONDITIONING Starke! Florid 680 W Madison 81 Stark U deelred we have H lor solo.Y .
Krna !Motel.IWO :N. Temple, bedroom 2 bath hone. June OF BRADFORD POODLE pUpriUmmij; ; e 10000. -.. --

Mark. 5/11 llchgrw'o I. Phono 533-2196. 5/18 \\lllll.: \.\HLive: In to I I COUNTY for tree and plants, hanging bnikela,, Paul H. Faulkner 0e" 723592r -- ** w* do have othohome '

; -.-; 3tchg 11'1GOO" lake. -care -ui eml'lnvalidi water analyai. No 'abllgs.tios. nO t",.. of fern*, etc. Realtor 4 BR. tlo7n7 brick CH/A *, ram braneaaklog ... i/t./ '
1" NFiRvisiiEn: 4 FoD.w"lgnriOOlV eoI a< Wife "' 4.065 :- new, le moot nay
S.larj.' Reply toI..y ( Better otOI come te ... kellt-4e roBfe-evee, ref. ee .
Room apartntentfl. newlyredecorated. PRICES PAID for Alton) Rd.. 1231 Butler Rd.,, t47 000. hind. ansi ago.Special .
.bIv.. 1(116 Hurgundt Rd.. !I. ollco t 205 N. ( oere* >
n* ear *
To. used mobile he... belied mobile ..... Thu,... Nice. building 10'. li a ___ __ I,
Inquire at If mortgage .\., Jacksonville.. .12210. Temple. SIe..... Phone ".- MIAER LAKEi ''I BR. I --- -
H... :Motel. I9IM :-i. I I. 3/4 ., F.I.. S.t.. Itchg 5/111 Keystone Woke. Largo, Oak '
Temple p.1d mnre.OilNS 6572. We alao Service all 1/2 bath lot .... .... lease..
ll/pd -" - shady ".kiteSaud 3 .fruM abadod fenced. hit, with 2
"t..... L 5/11__ll/ch... .. ____. MOBILE. HOMESALES ...k.. .. water .olle..". YARD ) 8ALErMay .ii. Move your Mobile home "' B..... 5 KT*!. Crawford a..... BR. H..... Walking.
964 5600.( 7
TI'II D.URUIIM: TRAILERIn : Open DISTRICT MA>A FREE To"GKlj S"iioMEr i ; 301 right on to thin one acre lot Ts'lTR distance to ..... Ideal for
l.awley.. furolnhed. Phono dav.weelily.tI/ch1_ ._ Must have automobile. HS! oa 8R-21R. Sear with complete I.AWTE" Central ----- ,.Ir....
Cute pupplea. Call after 3 ... hook-up
7 W-3415. 5/11 2lpd 5/18 WANTED Couple for part- grad.. tale experience help- ....,, Dronel bedroom OOO.. T. .... Heal ..01 Air I Acre L
-- -
p.m. weekdaya anytimeSatJ I.... 4 > 1/2 bath ,
BR.
and luite. household furnltaro, "*
o time maintenance
help
------------ I lul. but not nececuary'siarw - -
tlNFVRNISHED A"T- cleaning npartmenta. Phone Call .Sun..! 782-3570. Itpd IDIaC.O.....*. llchg. ; 11118. - Keydooet 3 BR. 'z bath black CH/A stave, ,*.. Panne A Acrooge. Lot uo
plu Chlehon
Downtown upitaira 964-0312. 5/18. tf/ehg expenee .._ Farm, completely R..... 40iM pond .a lowed. 4 help you with what you l
9H4 5165 between 9 ...... and -- -- automatic nice 3BR homo Family ."d'

'Central H. and A.. For WANTFDi Mobile home .3 p,... It.h..roIl8MORSISoliEWS'ROVTE ''lPP 'RTUl TIES: : WlnacDago.. 2f la good and 40 acre Reported Attractive" acree. S7.500.--..- ...... "' 7700 ..
information call 964 7271 or axle and tl.... W III pick up.4)li''S "condition. 718 Laura Street, good Income.Lovely I bath 3 BR,S bath, ..,lck. CH/A V...... P. Odem .
by Bulllnglon'i Gilt ..
como 104 W. C.llllt. ", MOBILE HOlES : : 964-3211. 9648007. 2tcbg -- Home fenced back yard f .1r.'I..... here 7 ..,.. Reg. Real) Estate
Shop ch. ,\I..:!>!. 1164.5<(<100. U),.. 7 available. mu.t have good !5/18 5/23 home on E. CD St. -- MljOOO 10 aural 70000. Broker.
FOIL" "RENT 'Mobile' ; Tomea;; daya a week. tl/chg Unnnportation and poet cast KWJK lIAR WASH for".. 3 BK. ...t.. drnpeo.carpetcentrnl Lake lota. Wooded Let. ---- En... -."M4.5478Pearl

lor rent In Country i 2 or 3 bond. For Information call. A. established moderate II/A nicely Acreage Available. Call 5 acre besseelteo, oak, AndrewaAanoclnl
BR. FilrnUhed or un- MUSICIANS NEEDED, Mr. Caion. 1.. Time Income with excellent landaepd.. T."t! .. city water, (1,800 ...... (....7731 '.
Talented bra., growth potential. Four boy RUDYTIIESIGN -
turnlnhed. Phono 964-6114. gultarlalaIrhvthm .1... Starke, 9645163,, -- Jooel
-- -- SUrnnf
isadi.| dru.....,.. Itchg 5iSREGISTERED coin-operated. Phone 1-378- PAINTERNow : Let uo kelp you with. your \KM: l.ft'ATIONHIGHWAY 5 4/10 acres weeded, US Ajooelate 782.JJW
BH4l)FOHn$ 'II." \ulPISl and keyboard musicians 0141 GalneevlUo. Evenlngapreferred. : nt M'aldo Real Estate need. buvlng.riling 21. North

.\ I' UK modernlurnlnhfnga I needed for band Must be ; ; ":NURSES" .' 5/18 Stpd 6/1 Flea Market' or ....1... KEYSrb.E. HtlcH: n 301 N. Lawtey.-- -'13000.
A C. carpet able to Improviae .nd hav. areo"i
In
n part time the Slnrke / - I 36 JS MITm US 301
walk-In closet walled garden good ear lor munlc. For Keyatobe lit.. ares lo do SERVICE ST TIi'd. Specializing .In eekday 9,Staturday OTHERI.OTS 4M> T.,... (54.000
patio oil .1'.., parking. 315 audition Call 964-6846. Only examination far life Innurance equipment for sale. or rant. truck letteringand 10-3 HOMES! AVAILABLE.CAI.LTOOAI LONGCJIAMPHome
W. Waahlngtaa phono 064- dedicated hard worker com pan... Phone 750 W. !Mdlen SI. Stark. *. email .i,... DAY.EVEWi
8601. beat before 8am.S need applv. Itpd 5/18 Phone. "964-8233. 5/18 2lcbg : KEND8 and
378-0793. 5/18 2tchg 5/25 A**.c"t.. ... 782-380 Building
IIflll' I HIL.A11: Irene ... FaulkoerKvenlng .
PHILIP W.CLARK Materials
li i ii:1iisi: : ) ;.. II I Open Fri.Sat Sun-Mon : 64.5N2

I .850 E. Main St.. Like Butler j SusaoM.Bakkee REALTOR -WE BUlLD-
NEW
Union County Tims I I. now taking .ppllc.tlon POTATOES Evenings: M44I72 LE Kt:'.STONE: [ ITHOMAS Your Plans Or Our

for experienced Insurance $400 Bu : \ado Settle HKIGHTK! Your Lot Or Ours t
I clerk In Inpntient nnd ouU At E"..1... 964.5944. REALTY
patient billing. Experienced: ( | ., FREE ESTIMATES
....ana.e River. KcooonlcConncll. COMMERCIAL LOTS only need In New Englander Motel
apply person.51'l l.tealng; 021 North Walnut St. modeling Repairs .
accepting. appllcatlona III,. la now fur Rull.Right,'..downtown Mala St. TERMS lake H 2lchg 5/25 301 9645801BRASINGTON N, Starke II MOBIL! HOMB L1 L1I.I..IIIO.,473..7NI I 1904)4734037Ralph! ) Starke 964-41162,Florida. 32091 Additions .

the following positions negotinble. Jane. K. I'.her. g Ilomeo Bought
A J.Thome/
IM> Formerly
VIC! LI8
HOI SING DIRECTOR: Realtor, 496 2126.ifANDVMAN : '" '

(1 0360 Imonthly) Background i "hFECIALiNeed )t T UC.Y Us', ,I / 100 AMI* :, Bryan Real Eatnte. !dzJedACREAGE a
In Conatractlon andAdmlolntratlon C4Iou.me' property t
with the : lini.hlng ....ch... I Cadillac. Otdsmobile log C.bln on Lovely, ''ll*""' Real Estate 1300 84. t',. 2 Story Iramoduplex. FOR

ability lo coordinate a mult-! nbellevnbly priced to aell. 3 I Sale & Service Cryetal Clear Lake corner. .1 SALE
faceted Home Repair BR Home on acre ol load. hi Zl:Kl OF SfARKEt your I5.0OO.. Owner financed ; 200 AMP 2117 N.Temple Ave. a.hlngtoo. and Grant St. --
program. High N.hool1I..du.l. Jan. S. Teller Realtor. 4902I2H. authorlied Suxukl. dealer.Phono .l Fine Selection 0/ Used Static, Fla Must ..D.owner flaancmg.12x65 .. 9646853Higkuny .
llchgSF.ARS. 96..6020.. 1840 South Secluded but not remote "(04-8788 '
iquiwalent.MEI'TltN Can Taken -- -
or I On
: ft HOI SING: Hnlnul 1301 Soatb in on .... lok. .. ....k..ooI retreat -- --- :3 BR Mobile Homo, 301 South
"..:.:IAI.IST., 110.00{ ) "' !I. .ft'lIP 'GAItDKNI : !iLtc.[ I Ca iIllac Trades In Kc>*tone. I2I.50O Split ep ... reduced. .8R14 reedy ,. move ..... Starke

|monthl> |I. Two ,var. oleiperieneo 'I'KAC TOR. with mower. and I 2001 N.W. 13 378-5301 - West 18 acns. 2 Located. WeetmerelaodTrailer
In working. Involving II Implement.. (450 .GAINESVILLEFURNITURE Small' tram Home la .buildings; (28.000. Park {
HNAPPER RIDINGMOWF.K : Bradford County. Jola
direct public contact.on NEwlTsTINGSi -- .\
ol which nhould : have year beau In hou.lng or 2940 or 440-2981 .'Ie,6 .. ...... to Crystal, Lak*. mobile homo nndmldealml.

housing related activities, 3/18. llchgCAMPI'R. GIRL FRIDAY REFINISMINC I3JOO. Owner liD..d.I..K.tIIW"RIIS.1II -. Wen!! Drilling ""' ... ... SR-100 Sooth.Owner ,

real. ..let.. management.ocial it: : :: 11' K.& 1I..cl...
; If ye"n."w.t.oe.
..,. .. -
,10. couaellng orJRunlnew -
A .AssiiTlS.LC.RE :"' .. .
Adrainl.tralloo. .Iup. 6. veil General Office Work 2" thru6" F. Delano Thorn, I GEORGE! ROBERTS.

equivalent.High School A..graduate... to auto.mobile or' .contained....dltlo.. 2150 A/('.,very Call good 496334N. Mon -"Frl. Phone"..:473)4 3LD_I r-n Fast Rotary Sooth ..-Lawteyi----21M .... .....BrokerOffice Real. Eitat I I .Reg.- Real Estate 904-7826 BrokerPhono A.
block bean.
Ito 3 BR. ffr.-
S/18 It.... 9 461o2Evenlnga
and valid Florida IMNerthTemplathrceBR1d'Zb.IbLR.AVJjarho
Drilling Equipment place.. 1170 ..._,. foot.Commercial I
IMver'. I.keB. ... / SJI IchgAPPAI.DOMA lor '-BR.-'Z FLORIDATIMES Flerldj
Trailer rent! type garage, I
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> : FOR both nice location call 4911. UNION Iel1'ol1Icl1Eurit STATE LICENSED ever I acre wltb 2(9 ft. 533-2310 I

S'I1"I" Phone 496-2126 or 301 S. 5/18 llchgMOtlNG. ._. 964-5165 AH You Learn .. .. .. ,. free.... ee 118-301.. Zonedcommercial -- -
4141294)3! ) IlchgSEPTICTANK priced te sell ASSOCIATES

: rou.t tell oome 040 N.,Tempi Av. Studio A Skill. .Pumps at (34.300. Stave S......
and other household Rewarding --- -- Eve..*...11881
: A CRK:ASK. : furniture Cell for Appointment E......., .
Item*.150 :N. Lake. Av.. /New & UsedSalesPar'sService
TRAP cleanoula. new line, 'If'I'u iUjif| | and Im'al AmuKii.iT Ralph P.Bryan HaroidEppo DR. Inrg* kitchen. mobile
........b.... Joe .'.,.>th. 'or call 4962610. 5/18 Ztchg,1i.ssfie'v \.c unil HUH> jour Realtor IB hume ee large shaded lot.2
an In Iha'.rh'ld
4.11: .1022. All hu.I.... oprnlntf 964-6208 Eve.964461 .tUII, ..dI! -10 Ea.,.
ui uunl. 1"11!! '
> uu\ 'uulolrarnwiHlhwhll a :
appVKint..l L!!.'!!" : ---
I 1,0." (;':" U I' Hklll. 0 E-Z Terms W. .. E. ------ Frame ...... ee I aero hi
DeogUoAieockto
INSURANCE: :, Klherd. In. I' ,1 ,h1... Uf pu> you "I'll!! from the lj% ou . ... . ... .. ,F.. country, vote ,........1.. 1
auranco "I...". Farmer Home and Building Klurl Basic Training. You ..\ ::t.. Foroat heights,

and Heater 496-2101.. Bank luke Building.Phono Butler. i linn" n"'nn.llt MaterialsWEBUILD' .\ TrulniiiKv IrurnlnK proJr.lllllo.dsan"l'd >nur. Plumbing: !: : 9(4-6393 I weeded- boaetUul tot. high and heavily dry. S Acroo off ,US North 301... Stark, \'

I "pi>.t'hll'rllm, p\prrl. InKtruflorn. II II paved ......h. build year Junt

1.tJllrPltlllS Or Ours ,\ f.'".monlhH 'later. >oU conic hoinrl New Ins'allationRemodeling I 7I ewe bemo er yen may I a BR. I....7.; : LR. bR.family .
(4' I u p.irl-tinir Job with jour lix.lXrim like nee el -.. Call for I room carport '
TRIEST LAWN MgWIR:: AND Your Lot o.OurB |{t'srrv,> unit. SIc pat. ,Oil for REGISTER I detail., ....wIe'
FREE ESTIMATES Ihc. 16 hours a month and two wrrkinnual 1S -se-- t .::_____.. .. \ I
MINI-STORAGE SMALrENCINEREPAIR Remodeling Kcpairo .\ Training; jou put In. Repays IP GAS .TARKEs I heaadftul. Several eommorelal. .lota ee
> with BR home end 301
linprotlnK' the skill %ou'tr ulrrudvIrurncd. nor*
I _
Additions 308 S. Thompson St, I -
aid......eettabla for bare.
Space Available Two. 20-or tract. .. \
Also Homes 964-5888 varyreaeeaabm.
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Pep 18 TELEGRAPH May 19, It7l Crawford Top UCI Teacher
CHURCH

tL J Fair for the beautiful flower* .and

NEWS planta grown at UCI. Beeau $/ the
: favorable publicity they have
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OBITUARIESMrs. .JI
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received many Indivldusl and
Officers
Ministerial Alliance Elects New organisation donate various flowers,

.. plant,and shrubbery to Horticulture! ,

Mrs.Emma Morton(2 TheRev., William C (Will)) Wright for transients that win be headded. take I
Grace Daych.U administered through the Starke Crawford seem to a personal .
Mrs Grace LeQuIre Daych 82, of pastor of the Gracy United Methodist Interest inhis70'manintnatastaff and .
for
Funeral services: are scheduled! Church of Law ley. was elected Police Department under the
Starke died Saturday morning May of Police Chief their futures Ha said with the proper
It a.m. Friday. 19. for Mrs. of the Ministerial Alliance guidance Jimmy .
Mar president
13. after a long illness. Emma Morton. 83 Westmoreland Bradford at a Bowen. A renewed Christmas relief t,
Born April I, I89ff In England. Mrs. Trailer Park In Starke. who died of May County 1$. meeting program for under-priveleged guidance and encouragement. these
Daych spent winters in Starke for Wednesday morning In Bradford Tuesday. children Is also planned for this men can become ,lawful, productive
several years. She was of the County Hospital The Rev Patrick Foley, pastor of coming winter. It is hoped that citizens once they are released "It Is
Presbyterian faith. St. Edward's Catholic Church of and other goodies can be provided tier .,,ward to place men In,job in the free ,
Survivors Include a son, Donald Mrs. Starke was elected vice-president the area's children In conjunctionwith as companies are always; :
Born September 30; 1899. :j ;
Daych of Cocoa(Beach; three sisters: Morton moved here from New Yorkfi#, The Rev.John M. Flynn. pastor of St. the annual Christmas parade. A r inquiring<< about" men trained' here.'.")In., :
Mrs. Mae KnigHt of New Jersey Miss over 15 ago She was a member?f Mark's Episcopal Church of Starke planned Chaplaincy program at this Horticulture he said :If.,,'j,;
HelenLeQuIre 'and Mill Gladys of the years 'n Church. treasurer, and the Rev; George, L. Bradford County Hospital Is also In .+Lssd His work with Inmate staff come* "
LeQuIre. both '1.Lonlllsland, N.Y. Presbyterian,!. I Harper, pastor of the. First United the work Stanley Crawford, Union easy because of his' many year of. '
funeral services were held Methodist Church of Starke Newly elected Alliance Correctional Institution Vocational service In the community and church'
Monday May' IS. 'at graveside In Survivors Include her husband secretary. Rev. Wright extend! a prealdentl" Horticulture Instructor, was recently: work. For 29 years he'has cooked for
Crosby Lake Cemetery with Rev. Alex Morton of Starke; a daughter, Bradford the Lawtey Carnival he Is-a member''
McBride of Norwalk. Future plans for the 'Ministerial County ministers to selected by his peers an. UCI's
Leroy Olive officiating. DeWitt C. Mrs. Trudy of the Road Baptist Church of
In the Morgan
of Alliance Include'an emergency fund participate ministry Teacher of the Year.
Alex Perrin
Connecticut a '
Jones Fun\ra Home/ was In charge of ; brotherl Starke. serving' a* Deacon.Treasurer .
Ft. Lauderdale and four grand-
arrangements. Sunday' School Director.
children. Pine'Level News Bom In Lawtey, Crawtord grew up Ground! Beautification Committee
and went to high school In this area
and Visitation Chairman.
Mrs.Mally rgenU Services'will be In the DeWitt C. before spending three years In the Chairnr i,
Mrs. Mattye (if f Sargent 85, of Jones .'uneraillome chapel with Dr. Sunday May 21. has been concerts etc. He I Is accotnpanled"byhll Army. lie began his service with the
Keystone Heights],' died Thursday Jack G. Hand officiating. The body designated YOUTH DAY at the Pine wife and two young men from Department of Offender < !ntVICEMENRollins'Promoted: )
evening May'U> In the Bradford will be cremated.In Level Baptist Church. Robbie Hiner Liberty Baptist College Rehabilitation at CCI In 1085. His
County Hospital following a long ill- lieu of flowers donations may be will be the special guest soloist In both Robbie will be singing In all the entire tenure has been with to
nlllll made to the American Cancer the morning and evening service services Sunday with a special Vocational Horticulture and he say
Born Jan 8.1HV3.I Mrs. Sargent was Society. concert planned for the evening he thoroughly enjoy* hi*job. He takes Specialist four and
of Mr.
uruitlveof Veast)4Georgla. She cameto I Robbie Hiner Is one of the featured service at 7 p.m. The public ia great pride In Horticulture and Edwa 1 WirHaUins son
Keystone Hoftthla In 1923 and was soloist on the dally radio broadcast of cordially Invited to attend. received training In his field from Mrs. EC rlirfakolUns. Route 2, Lake
mother of the first child: born in the Mrs. Alma Rose the "Old-Time Gospel Hour" and also Lake City Community College and the Butler via., recently was promotedto
a featured soloist on the weekly University of South Florida at Tampa. Army specialist four while servingas
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Mrs. Sargent was the widow of Sunday morning televised service o ... :< light-vehicle operator with the 2sJ

Matthew M. Sargent and a membersof Mrs. Alma Hose Bray 47, of from the Thomas Road Baptist ." ............. Crawford said that Vocational Armored Division in Bamberg
the First Baptist Church Shu had Keystone Heights died Saturday Church in Lynchburg Virginia. -/1\', .. Horticulture landscape new Germany. *
lived In the Starke Nursing Home for morning. May 13. in Bradford County Bobbie ban a unique tenor voice that The warmed sea on earth is correctional facilities and makes sure Rollins entered the Army In May.
the past several years. Hospital following a lingering illness has blessed the hearts of many as he the Red Sea in Alls Minor. they are well supplied with various 1976.
Survivors include two daughters.Mrs. travels around the country singing in Its average temperature is 95 plant and flowers. Horticulture has The specialist Is a 1976 graduate of

Rachel S. Hold of Milton and Born Jan' 27, 1931 In Suffolk churches high schools, gospel digress F, won many awards at the Tampa!State Union County High School.

Mrs. Martha S. Tyre of KeystoneI Virginia Mrs. Bray moved to
I eights( ; one son.Wayne B. Sargent of Keystone Heights six years ago from
Slarkvllle Mississippi 7 grand. Chesapeake: Va. She was a housewife
children and two great.grand. and a member of the South Norfolk
children Baptist Church Chesapeake Va.
Funeral services were held
Saturday afternoon May 13. in the Survivors Include five daughters:
li-Witt C. Jones Chapel with Rev Mrs. Nancy K. Cook and Miss SusanM. .
W.M, Wolfe officiating Burial was in Lewis both of Keystone Heights;
Keystone Heights Cemetery: Mrs. Dorothy It. 11 Ben of Orange Please Senator DontLet '
Park. Mrs. Patricia E. Spencer and
l.oydj. "Bryan Mrs. Darlene K. Hughes both of .

Loyd J, Bryan. Sr., 641, of Morgan 'hoHUpeake. Va.; three sons: James '
Koad. died Tuesday morning. May Id. (0;. Russell of Australia, Richard A.
in Alachua General Hospital In Lewis Jr. and Michael D. Lewis bothof
Gainesville following a lingering ill Keystone Heights; three brothers: thmPushTMtButtonMILO ,
fleas Arthur Blyle of Virginia Beach Va.; ,
Born October IS. 1917. Mr. Bryan Hay F.. McClenney of Virginia Beach ,
was a lifetime resident of Bradford Va., and James A. McClenney of
County He was an Army veteran of 'apron.. Va.; two sisters: Mrs. May-
WW 2. a retired dredge operator with belle Richardson of Chesapeake. Va.
DuPnnt. retiring in 1977. and a and Mrs Sylvia Almond of Virginia

member of the Morgan Road Baptist Bcuch, Va., and eight gra dchildren.. ,
Church. ,
Survivors include his wife. Mrs. ; I II

Beverly Burnhart Bryan; five sons:
IxiydJ. Bryan.Jr. of Michael
Bryan Timothy Bryan. John Bryan. r I l'I
and Donald Jackson all of Starke; I II
three daughters: Mrs.Sharon Brewerof I 1
Luutcy. Miss Cynthia Bryan and ;
Mrs. Cathy Taylor both of Starke: \
three brothers: Raymond Bryan t Jacksonville Rudolph Bryan of
Uiwtey. and Andrew J. Bryan of
Palmetto: two sisters: Mrs. Irene it
Heck of Lau ley and Andrew J. Bryan KEN TEAL

of, Palmetto; two sistersMrs.: Irene ,
Keck of Illinois and Mrs Elizabeth/
iomes: of Lawtey and four grand.
children.,' EVOLUTIONARY
Funeral services are scheduled for DESIGN

2: pm. Saturday. May 20. in the There Is, an upswing In I
Ul'Wltt ('. Jones Chapel in Starke with the production of carpet rQE
Itev Bob Cooper officiating. Burial and the benefactor will be"
will he in Djal Cemelery.Closs he consumer. With the advanced -
technology now .t III I ,

available, carpet manufacturers -
can now offer color
of 80"Holds S.-
ranges patterns and i
tarirtlm of carpets that er
were never before possible.
BarBQA :New dyeing techniques >] \
allow for color mixtures on
a Mingle yarn so that more t .-
Har-B-Q Chicken dinner will he color can be woven Into a .
Kpmihored by the Bradford High carpet without the use of ,'., ::1/" ;"
School Class ol"II4I"Mav 20 from noon several different yarns all : ..
lo 5a1: p.m. at the High School dyed In one color. This new 'P1 :
cafeteria process Insure the consumer UG1CI"4 t' : ,
'
Ullnlllion Is $2.5(1 for un adult plate will have more and I

;in<(l $1.25:! for a child plate. The menu better carpet to choose ,'
iiKlucIvs a quarter chicken baked from and he will find that \'n'h.:, s.,,1I

IH-IIIIH. coleslaw potato salad two these colors are Ideal for a .. -
rolls and coffee or lea wide range of decors, so I -! .",,"
Tickets are now on sale and can be that decorating will now bea "

purchased from any sophomore. Cull simpler tank but the results 'f- .,',' ','
!Hh4B5ll: and the "class of 811"raise will be even more I '
help strikingly beautiful. ... ... .__.. .. __---l
funds for their senior prom. ---" i -- -------- -"- -- ----"-
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Why not nee us today.We '
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you are looking
SUBARU 78 Brand New "from) for.
.vnl four wheel drive EPA rating Teal TileCarpet Er ". Most unions have got out of the has been primarily through union shop
I 31 city ->6 highway Immediate

I. I'olivory Westside From Volkswagen/Subaru$3188 PO E j : habit of organizing in the years since contracts and other kinds,of .

Jacksonville I ISO) Florida Lane' Ave. Ph S 781.55It 964.7423 StarKe fla World War H. To the extent that they 'pushbutton unionism' in which the "

have acquired new members, outside employer delivers over workers ." .

the Civil Service and health fields, it ,

.; Columnist A. H. Raskin, New York Times, July X4,1977 ,, "

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Yes, for over 30 years labor tosses have been A typical employer, intimidated by the threat of Repeal of 14b) Next "b ".""'"
unionism" to forceunwilling ruinous government-imposed would '
relying on "pushbutton penalties! George Meany and the other Big Labor bosses.
workers into unions. knuckle under to virtually sll union demands.
have made it clear: they will demand repeal ofSection
: Yet latest reports show that union membershiprolls Even in Right to Work slates like Florida
14b( ) of the Taft-H rtltlt! LawNf(heysucceed
are Hill declining and make up only 20.1% of S. 1883 would make the irrevocable dues checkoff '
in S. 1883.
our total I I labor force. The number of duespayingmembers and the union' hiring hall even more dangerous : ramming through
Section 1 I4 b the to.Work in
< ) Right
I :;..;-;- decreased: by 767.000 between 1974 and weapons compulsion than they already are. Florida. protects I .'.

1976. .---.--............. The overwhelming majority of Americans (u ,
24x60 So, the labor bosses for a new
24x60 now looking
3 Br 2 Bath are and other
button to push.That's [ son l lrb Nv reported by George Gallup, every
Shingle: Roof Wood Siding, All :National Right lo Work' Commit respected national pollster) support the RlhllO
Electric.,3 Br why they've come: to the tinned States .
"' ..h'nw.' .a tI.... supporters
Circle I Kitchen Furnished Senate with they see .
Carpet Family Room 2 Bath special-privilege legislation Arlington' B xaurJH'
National I Right to Work I t
; deceptively claim is labor law 'reform. FuirlM. Viitlmu' t.:o's Committeetlncluding, ,

15,695 42,350 .,; But what their bill S. 1883, (also known as Ti* ........ L....... "Pratkfcni .,, 60.200 Senators citizens Chiles of and Florida.o Stone,,i don't} .! ,lit= ,Ih4.,.jabor'bosses' "
S. 2467) really does is give union organizers a I '
1' 12165 24x60 ,'r new weapon to force workers--lock. stock and .I I.,.... Irul'Am", !""''* ..... Might K>hc fm hi >"inuniin push thai button. ,? ?', '
', "kelbook-inlo unwanted unions +If ihe)'nam' i lo. hut Ih.n no urn tluiuU l hc funcdinlo Vote against, S. 1883 and any jOther.bill! which
3 Br'' Bath A ft Fully Furnished Great Cathedral Beamed Ceiling .. Juing' tan ,I v \r tpromotes compulsory pushbuttonunionisnL'
.'Carpet Fully Furnished Deluxe Carpet. .i Fundamental Rights Threatened O PI**MnJ nw"mm!Ininrnumtn..n..hjt I canrd? .. lit Your vote.against S. 1883 will be an act of.
Throughout .
s, i IIIIIJ.
heir *
NM r i* i iD
clear I I the
and signal to I of
statesmanship a people
3 8rr 2 Bath of tiKlmnl n a kixiuihulion '"> twin ufTxl 1M UM of
S. 1883 threatens rights
the basic: human .,
7950 ,. < the of ,
J "I I thi.va.ndnh. liK* 11 .tNmrw Florida that you place rights employeesabove
employees i in every state including Florida. \ i
't' 16,900 I the wishes of union organizers >"i ,
Employees would become helpless pawns caught t i Your vote against S. 1883 will cam you the ;
Several Other Double Wldes To Choose From in a bitter struggle between Big Labor. desperate AaumM t gratitude and the support of the great majority of I
for new members and large and small businesses the who believe that Americana must! have
Large Selection Of 12's people
I 414' Wldes Beginning At afraid ofgovemment for resisting uniondemands. I ? ;
reprisals -
: be labor
1 ... Cif. Slaw.. Zip the right but not compelled to support

5995 .:".; .............__................._.:...._.... union I ..) ,L.
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964-8741 Starke Home Senator Richard Stone nr'mly opposes this union power grab. But Senator Lawton Chiles,while be has expressed his opposition" to ,

S. 1883, has not jet pledged his support of the filibuster against the bill-the only way It can be defeated. Please write to Senator

Center v. ''z"t: Chiles and urge him to pledge his support of the filibuster ,
1650 N. Temple Starke. Fla. ,. r.p' .

ALL HOMES! BUILT TO M U -SPECS! and UC APPROVED Paid for by: The National 1 Right(, to Work Committee 8316 Arlington Boulevard e Suite 600( a Flirru'lrlola_ 2203 o((703)S73-83JQ, .





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