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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 25, 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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Courthouse''space was termed a advocating any particular solution to qulrement of the appreciate the roll of the exploring an alternative to the space
"hot potato" several months ago and the space request, but had been part Attorney and ; limited apace problem. At the time Uw new ,court-
the situation remain the same as the of a meeting including commissionerGeorge have more contact court related functions. The case house was planned and designed
State Attorney's office was Informed Robert, clerk Gib Brown of Bradford has grown Immensely. The over Judge Yawn was county: judge.
there was no additional space available Elwell and contractor Ernest Triest. and the circuit : of the State Attorney and Consequently county clerk Gib
a month after being told that At that time Sander termed. the request and Probation Public Defender hall mushroomed Brown was directed the close of the "
office space could expand? by using the a "hot potato," and said two court. > lost four and five years, Un- regular commission meeting May I to '
grand Jury room, possible alternatives discussed by the "The law I II 1 there \is not that much inform State Attorney Gene whit-
County Judge Elzle Sanders, group wen a structural change to the sponsible to to be utHired,'' said Sanders. worth 'there would be no space available \ '
approached the county commission In grand jury room or turn the space for the functions the commissioners agreed ,.In courthouse to meet i the i
March with request, from the State presently occupied by the Parole and and the Public { to approve the request for needs of your office.; The- ,letter :Jo
Attorney's office for additional courthouse Probation'office over to the State Sanders. by authorizing use of the
space to add a secretary, and Attorney and utilize those present A* he space jury room Sanders said Judge ."-.
an assistant slate attorney to the offices for the Public Defender. (Se.accompanying commissioners in I A Yawn, chief judge of the more SPACED8eePage
current offlrestaffof assistant State'* story). tax burden on : spoke Informally with him ... '':'
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Attorney Tom Elwell, an investigator The Judge explained at that time,a* office a* the the grand Jury room being vital .'
and a secretary he restated when interviewed Public Defender : '
operation of the
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) 1" } f f architect Don Morgan reworked tually the city going to have to float
L / "F '" plans reducing the size from the a tvso.ooo bond issue for matching
na17.200 foot area by about 1,800 funds for the 201 sewer plan",said
rya feet: Bid are expected to be Warren ,' '
};' { ; Tuesday, June 6. "I 1 think we can build a building by
Ar contracting It ourselves ;rather than
go through contractor. I think this
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e Charles Schaefer and will have to come out of peoples
clerk 'Merrill Edwards squared poCkets! and eventually mean raising
10'U the May 18 council meeting. "
light bill, he added,
,
accused Edwards of playing ;
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panky" close to election time ,j '* ':
t ill asked the clerk If he was In favor "l'he r.rtherest.I can gout' $75.000.. "
city hall said Warren. "' ,
Council members had agreed
If it would put a crimp in the earlier the only thing that would keep
,"said Edwards, adding unless Starke from constructing new city
income was forthcoming it hall would be If the bids were too high.
r create financial problem and
for the citizens.
Loan approval has already been re-
'celved for$300,000 from Florida Bank.
Joe Warren later said
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Payments on that loan would be
down to whether the city
comes :
$23.0uo annually added to annual
payments
with
afford it. We
can come up
of$20.000 for the
ooo cash on hand, and If we could recently set up A
self insurance for the
a building for about$200,000, the Council members program discussed city.
would only have to borrow$73,000 paying
we'can afford" .-*.. ,, r *'I.fotj: >**off, *an lIIt'I'existing-Ube bud..bI.11.600 loan$34.000.and' -"tn-'*>"' ,. :

+'' a wA / t t } 1 : do need a city hall we need to The reduced square footage of the

: the square footage to In- proposed building and making other
efficiency and have more changes reduced the estimated cost
I tjoo"I for the city clerk" Warren con from about $300.000 to $210.000.: The
I commission plan to build a separate
don't believe we can go Into debt, building .for the police department
Congressman Don Fuqua than $75,000, because even- which Is estimated at 23500.
talks with Jacksonville Postmaster That Was Some Heckler
Jim Workman as others listen during
fete at Union County Sheriff John \
" Whitehead's Ranch! last Friday night. It was pretty much of a love-in for age; Is proud of Probes 2 DeathsB
Don Fuqua. with the only heckler the No.t farm In
being a squawking peacock perched Soil Conservation f
high in a pecan tree on Sheriff John 'more Class One
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Bottom right Union County Whitehead's New River farm. 'The Its size in the Bradford County Sheriff's pressed for many months about the
. attorney Hal Y. Maine emphasizes a chicken-bog party brought out the Don was four is Investigating two death of his brother. Mike, who was
point as he talks to Fuqua. usual quota of friends and political family moved to involving a 16-year-old youth killed in an auto accident last year.
.notables past, present, and future. sonville and John a 63-year-old man both found
Also under investigation I is the
Even the $25 per person donation made an expert Monday
Bottom left: failed' to discourage Fuqua for their dairy death of Claude Starling. 63, who was
Politics was the name of the game supporters, and food began to run Does the elder Joseph Patrick. was found found in an abandoned house that was
along with plenty of corn! on the cob short around sundown. Indicating the time visiting his at his farm in Lawtey from what being used as a hay barn in Graham.
tor-b-cue chicken! and chicken plleau. crowd was larger than anticipated."We the nation I to be a self-inflicted gunshot where he lived.
Listening to Fuqua In the straw hat Is expected about 400. actually- business In according to the Sheriff's Reports from the Sheriffs office
Columbia County Sheriff George cooked for 550.; and 600 turned up, The Investigation Is continuing say that Starling had been dead for
Galley Whitehead said. saBut not so Don. autopsy has been ordered by several days.

Sharing the limelight with the honor of business there Attorney's Office, There is no evidence of foul play I ,
guest were his parents making a rare with it. T
keep on but an autospy has been ordered.'
lived with his
youth parents.
departure from their 535-acre West f
in is
s Florida farm at Altha. his Congress 16 years have Mrs William C. Patrick. It Is Starling some had time.been In very poor healthfor '
that had been 'de
The 78-year-old John Fuqua. chairmanship Ricky \
msCttr. looking years younger than his actual Science and Te
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The local National Guard unit. 631st July'8 with other unit, Tne IS people
Maintenance Co.. will attend annual attending from other units will furnish
.. training at Camp Blanding from ,
: May maintenance support for those units. >rl
27 through June 10. along with other Alton P. Crews and Herbert M. r
,May J3 ,, units of the Florida National Guard. Merrcs of the local unit will attend ,
Units will, be arriving at Camp the Florida National Guard Military
-, : ,\\1\ Blanding Saturday May 27, and Academy as officer' candidates this
convoys will be crowding! the year SGT'James\ M. Norman. SP4
'.I', ,:.'.\Bc Library Bd. d' < ways at times during the day In this Bryce :Titus Ill and SP4 Charles { u saasrs
,3p.m. area. Units from Jacksonville Wright twill attend the academy as 1 1FN r
; Palatka. DeLand. West Palm Beach students at the! NCO school. t
'. :1' BCH Board A and Miami will be among the units at
7 aln. '' Blanding for annual training during During the second week of annual
this period. training the local unit will be in ,
Monday;May 2cMEMORIALDAY The local unit :'will have Its 'personnel bivouac which affords an opportunity .
) doing "on the Job training' in' to train in tactics said SSG Donald
repairing all types of army vehicles Bagwell, training NCO. ; 9F YI
(automotive mechanics welding Officers assigned to the local unit
machine shop work wrecker opera from the Officer Graduation Class
tions radio repairs, generator repairs May 21 are: 2LT Russel R. Atkinson
Community Bank ,cooking administration supply 2LT Gregory A. Delgado and 2LT
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Guaranty Florida Federal Bank, and other training such as refrigera- Charles D. Roberts. All three are I : .,. ,rTv, .r
'" ',. .' Will Be CloudCounty lion repairs. from Lake City and have been in the :: :ore
o" .. f,1. f ,.'V41.a \. ,. "It gives us' a chance, to put Into National Guard for more than 8 years.
practice what we have attempted to,, "We are glad to have these outstanding Crews Capt Dennis Rhoden and Chief ,
City .. i teach at the local armory.- said unit graduates-' the Florida off Starke's new.safely lime green fire .
Offices Closed : commander CPT David L; Bennett National Candidate ,
.Guard Officer engine will be fully equipped with a l.ooo !\
LSG J.E Tomlinson said "We School assigned to our unit This will a tank and of 2<* Inch ;I
Tuesday,May 3D, expect to have some 170 people attend add considerable strength to the unitoperalion..1d .....',,......... er reels with total of 200 fee of h se.Cityls ,
.. this annual training period and hare 1LT Donald V. Sapp. '........ .
I. 15 more people attend from June 24 to 1 S
unit executive officer. .
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BCH Trustees To Meet TonightBradford 'r 'r" ..

.... '" ", : I .. ,. .. Strke..1; newest 'safety green 2't Inch hose And two booster the main tire station on Jefferson St. I
'. County Hospital trustee finned up earlier in the week. out fighting equipment. I I.Just about with a total of :WO feet of hose. along with a 1962 Ford that has a 750
cri will\ have their first board meeting possible topica-of discussion will be to roIl. purchase price.Is $49,773. gallon pumper and a.790 gallon tank. .. I I"I'
tonight Thursday. May 2J> following the hospital roof and personnel The 'tru k"'.was, returned 'to i\ t
i mlJ, dummuniiu the --hiring Methodist' Hospital policies, said Rose. :Mllp-presldent manufacturer,in Ocala last Eldon Sapp said he'was first ;u J f!
Fixinil.it MHFi: ) a* administrator Marcus Drewa 'will als ....U.nd..the minor adjustments and the city would have to pay In full Fire station number a.-cemnd the
&Dt' ihank for ahe' JDIt J. ..meeting.MI1F- are presently getting i It ready to the engine could be picked up. power plant on SH-10Q. will house the
: began its' .,administrativeduties the road.." he was later told by the sales-. jM7Seagrave fire engine with a 1,000
....... Hospital administrator) Tony Rose. April 2t.for'. fee of $8.000 The new engine a cabover Ford the city could receive the engine gallon pumper. This *lll put fire
Ac a.I./.Wr.d Urn said the trustee will have a dinner- month MHF also Fraser
,.,1L. manage is equipped with a 1,000 billed. engine on both sides of the railroad
,.-..0._" _IV....e.l.. meeting beginning agenda., in the Memorial la Macclenny. and Clay. i pumper. a'7:10: gallon tank and new truck will> be stationed at tracks. <
board room. 'An was not Memorial Green Cove Springs.

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Church Of God Mother- Daughter.Banquet May 20 .

The Ladles Auxiliary of the Slarke Nelda (Mocley) Davis who won the r 67L. .
Church of God held Its annual Mother- Mother-Daughter look-a-llke contest p/A SPoclalVtl ,. II/A'
Daughter banquet May 20 In the Mrs Maxine Drake received an ; .J171 .
e/rew.
Fellowship Hall of the Church. offering/ which goes to support a : .
The banquet room was decorated In Missionary. The Auxiliary supports
the daisy theme. The tables were two MlHslonaries at this time. A lovely gJ"! Socr.l &to.y 964.7608
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covered with green cloths and each benediction was given by Mrs.. AWe .
table was centered with yellow MIM Kirkland. -- - -- -- --
uurnlng tar'riu encircled with The meal was served by S.J. '.
greenery : daisies. O'Stcvn.OticarDavIs, Kenny Scarbro ,.))1 Miss Karen Jackson ,-1 at
, The head table was centered with Bill Wells, Fred Smith and DavidKirkland. '
an arrangement of white daisies and Honored At 2 Parties ; t r t (.4)r) rBIN.
green carnations flanked with It WOK u memorable evening for all
l burning yellow taper A delicious the Indies and their daughters. Miss Karen Jackson' whose t BM'.
barboiue| chicken dinner wan served The Ladles Auxiliary extends a marriage to Larry David Andrews, {
to the 93: guests followed by an warm welcome to the ladles of the will be an event of June 23 waa
inspiring program/ entitled "Daisies community to rome to their Bible honored at a bridal shower Thursday,
Tell" presented by the daughter.* of Study conducted the first and third May 18, at Madison Street Baptist
the church. Tuesday of each month. Church Fellowship Hall. ,
Mrs. Janelle Reese sang r Guest were greeted at the door by I t
"Gathering Daisies" as a tribute to { Mrs.. P.T. Nolln. Mrs. Ewell Lawson
the mothers. President Mrs. Ida Sue Mrs. Carl Giddens Introduced them to the bride-elect's
Schmllt. presented Rifts to Mrs. Allie mother Mrs. Leroy Jackson, thebrideelect
Mae Kirkland mother with the most Shower HonoreeMrs. and Mrs. Ervln Andrews,
gramkhildrcn. Mrs Honor Sweat mother of the groom-to-be.
mother with the most descendants; Carl Giddens was honored Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire invited
and Mrs I'earl Mwley and Mrs. guests to the refreshment tables,
with a baby shower Tuesday, May 16 I
at the T.L. Casey residence on where a yellow and green color vWho'sWho
Sonya Tenly HonoredAt Bessent Road. scheme was carried out Roses and
Several games were played with e Shasta daisies In' crystal bowls
Party May 16 prizes being won by Jennifer Haas, ., I centered the two tables.
Sally Patrick and Mrs. Page. Pouring punch were Mrs.. Vernon
Miss Son a Tenly. bride.elect: of The refeshment table was covered Reddish, Mrs. Gayle Strickland, Mrs.
Anillluldrec.. uus* honored Tuesday with a lace cloth centered with an Patrick Welch and Mrs Mike Lee.
night May 16. by Mrs. J.C. Greene arrangement of white mums, pink Delores Jeffrey, Others assisting in serving and
Mm. A.It. Norman Mrs S.L. Perk carnations, blue statice and greenery. caring for the guests were Mrs. Bob
mid Mrs Jim Duncan at the home of Cake and punch were served from Eddy NormanTo Mathews, Mrs T.C. Pace Mrs..
:Mrs. Duncan In Connrrly: KitlatesMnt : each end. Tommy Thomas, Mrs. Harold Epps,
: IhJiifiin greeted guests at the Mrs. Giddens was presented a corsage Wed July 29 Mrs. Marie Slemer, Mrs T.C. Ifazen, in Music Includes Cindy Canova
dour. unit presented them to Miss and a baby swing by the Jr. and Mrs.. W.J. "Tick.Recelvlnl .
",'nly.1\1",. K.D.T'nly.Jr.. mother of hostesses, Miss Kathy Casey and Mrs and displaying the gifts
the hrld -('It.'Cl and !Mrs. Charles Tom Casey. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Jeffrey of were Mrs. R.O. Dan by, Mrs. R.R. Bradford High School senior Cindy role in the BUS and BMS chorus
Kuldrec. mother of I the prospective Mrs. M.A. Payne and Mrs. Pat Itaiford announce the engagement Howell, Mrs. Oren Derkman and Mrs. Canova, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. program for two years. This year
Page mother and mother-in-law of and approaching marriage of their N.P. Joyner. George Canova of Kingsley Lake has Cindy has devoted practically her en-
grlueests were invited Into the dining Mrs. Giddens, were In attendance. daughter, Delores Michelle, to Eddy The bride-elect was presented withan been named to Who'Who in Music In tire senior year to the music program,
room.The refreshment table was Franklin Norman, son of Mr. and orchid: corsage and the salad bowlto American High Schools. said McRae. She accompanied five
covered with a white cloth centered Mrs. E.D. Norman of Starke. her china. Yellow rose corsages Who's Who states It Is an honor only separate ensembles Including begin-
with an arrangement of pink roses Sonya Tenly, The wedding will take place on July were given to the mothers. awarded to an elite few who obtain the ning and advanced high school
flanked by candle sticks holding tall 29 at 8 p.m. in the First Methodist highest standards of musical ex- choruses, beginning and advanced
candles. Mrs. Greene Mrs. Peek. AndyBaldree Church in Starke with a reception \ cellance in performance and leader- middle school chorus, and the Brad-
Mrs. Norman and Mrs. Joan Chltty. following, ship. ford Pop Ensemble. ,
aunt of the honoree served cake and ToWedJune2 Miss Jackson was complimented at Chorus director Bill McRae said, In addition to her chorus responsibilities -
punch. Sandra O'Brian a Coca-Cola party Saturday "Without Cindy's committment and Cindy accompanied for two' f
,
of Tenly
The wedding Sonya ,
While gladiolus were arranged to afternoon, May 20, given by Mrs. J.L. dedication, the success of the chorus BHS band students participated
of Mr.and Mrs. Sonny Tenly
form a focal point In the Florida room. daughter Baldree Colley Underhill Andrews Mrs. M.R. Judd, Mrs. M.G. program the past two years would not with superior ratings at 'district and k
and
C.A. ( ,
of Starke Andy
The hostesses presented Miss Tenly McMillan Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave.Mrs. have been possible." state competition.
with the creamer to her china and a Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Baldree, To Wed 27 E. Eugene Tanner and Mrs. Cindy has studied piano for 13 Cindy Is also the pianist tor, Bethel f
of will be event of May
Sr. Theressa an
roNi* rsutfp. "Uime corsages were Douglas Hardy at the home of the years, and has had an instrumental Baptist Church in Starke. i
June at 7 at the FirstBaptist
presented to Mrs. lenly. Si": grandmother Friday. 2. p.m. latter on E. Call Street i,
ol the honoree Mrs. Tenly. Church In Starke with a Mr. and Mrs Jack O'Brian of Arrangements of blue hydrangeas Mrs. Leona Installed :
in the church Royal
Jr., Mrs Baldree and Mrs. Chltty. reception following Jupiter announce the approaching were used to highlight points of Interest -
The guettts called between the hoursof Fellowship Hall. marriage of their In the living room and family A !< '
7 and 9 p.m. All friends and relatives are invitedto to Colley Lamar Underh.l son of Mr. room. .. President of Retired Teachers a*.'
attend. and Mrs. Colley Underbill of Starke. Mrs. Andrews greeted (the guests at

The wedding will take place the door and presented them to the receiving M.... Leona Royal was Installed plans for trips to St. Simon''. Island
line of the of the Bradford-Union and Okefeenokee Park.TheStaleWorkshopwill. "
composed honoree president ," ;
Saturday, May 27 at 4 .m. at the
For A Tequesta United Methodist t Church, her mother, Mrs. Leroy Jackson, and Retired Teachers Association at the beSept,1315 -
813 Indian Town Road, Jupiter.All mother of the prospective groom covered dish luncheon meeting In at the Dolphin Inn In St. Peters
Beautiful11x14 Mrs. Ervin Andrews. Lake Butler Thursday May' 18,, at burg.The district meeting will be held
The refreshment table In the dining 11:30 a.m. in Lake City Sept. 27. The next
friends and relatives are Invitedto room was covered with a cutwork Mrs. Georgia Watson Installed the executive board meeting will be Sept. _
attend. cloth and centered with an arrangement followed officers to serve with Mrs, 14 in Starke. The next general
of roses, white shasta daisies Royal: Miss Kathryne Epperson, meeting will be In Starke Sept. 21.
and sweet peas In a silver and crystal vice-president: Mrs.. Mona Canova,. Mrs Royal thanked the Union
epergne, flanked by. silver secretary; and Miss Mary Faulkner, County Hostesses for the beautiful
DISCOVER candelabras with white tapers. treasurer arrangements for the meeting.
59 C Cokes were served in the garden The social and fellowship Hostesses were: Mrs Georgia
Ne Appoinhnvnt Ner. PI.. M. Kim ,.,..
Mon| C Watson, Miss Kathryne Epperson.
CHIROPRACTICS: room where arrangements of day committee reported that nine
Full S.l.oMon of Pow LIMIT' I '.. *..... I Mrs.. Doris Richarde. Mrs. Marie
""".50. II.,...... Fw PII. lilies and hanging plants were at members made the trip to Homosassa
No Ag! Limit S..na.,.."/o,'.H I.V";.!:'*.I' If you are suffering needlessly points of Interest.Approximately. Springs April 13 and have tentative Johns Mrs. Myrtle Lee Sweat. Robert
All Work GuumnlaedLiving Walker and Mrs Charity Moore. .
then chiropractic 100 guests were
may help y.... Headaches, Invited to call between the hours 3:30:
color Portrait disc problems, arm ..I'. .., ?CondyrStripersToEleict,01icersJur3,: { ?! 2 ? ,,1?
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: shoulder*and I back coodi.'' ; 'v-it.I. Ir : ', '""1, "I"/' /,
lions are'Just some of.the Bradford Teenage Volunteers will new Candy Slript-rs ftobbiri{eph 'nt!
WARD Tammy Kelley hold an election of officers and Michelle Smith of Starke Doll
MAY 31 ft JUNE 1 MONTGOMERY conditions U Has helped. II Friday,
PHOTO NRS. may be your answer to June 2, at 7 p.m. at McDonald's. Teen- Waters Kelly Slade Melissa Green
WED. I THURS. 353 N. Temple better health. Complimentsof Honored At age Volunteer of the Year will also be and Cynthia Alderman of Hampton
Starke, lb.. : 1005CHILOHEN Dr. R.E. Dop.... elected. All members are urged to The new Volunteers were
Chiropractor, Slarke. Call Bridal Shower attend. questioned by the Candy Striper
UNDER 2YKS PHOTOGRAPHED FREE WM-8018. The Volunteers held a special officers as to their Interests In nursing

Tammy Kelley whose marriage to meeting Tuesday, May 16 atMcDonald' and were advised of their duties as a
-- David Baldree will be an event of July where they welcomed six Bradford Teenage Volunteer.

21, was honored at a bridal shower

-nTATUIIB Tressie last Thursday Baldree and evening Karen given Crawfordat by Ida Sue Schmitt Honored At Birthday Luncheon

the home of the latter on SR-18VV. -
The refreshment table was centered Mrs.Robert Ward and Mrs. Charles arrangement was marked with blue
with a handmade bride and groom McKinney surprised Mrs. Charles place cards flanked with A mlniaturc'I I
M and flower girl, made by Karen's Schmitt with a luncheon May 20 at the I
grandmother, Mrs J.T. Lawson. home of the latter In honor of Mrs. The hostesses presented Mrs. f
wardrobe Virginia Crawford presided at the Schmitfs birthday.' Schmitt with a corsage and many
punch bowl. The dining table was centered withan lovely gifts.Among .
Diana Crawford led the guests In arrangement of daisies, bluebells the guests was Mrs.
games where prizes were awarded. and green carnations. The seating Schmitt s mother. Mrs. Sarah
The 15 guests enjoyed games and FulRham.,
builder refreshments during the party hours.
of .7:30: and 9:30: p.m. Christopher Norman Celebrates First Birthday I

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1 WEEK It Christopher Eugene Norman son of cream and playing In the yard during
sale Mr: and Mrs. Herbert Green and Mr. and Mrs. Randall Norman cele- the party hours. The youngsters were
daughter, Anita and Mrs. J.H. Fields brated his first birthday Friday afternoon given favors of party hats balloons
ONLY spent the weekend attending the soft- May 19,at a party given for him and blow-outs.
ball tournament in Titusville and at the home of his grandparents, Mr. Among the guests was his maternal
visiting friends and relatives in and Mrs Eugene Norman at randmother, Mrs. Lillian Casey also.
I Cocoa. Heilbronn Springs. & Starke.
The 31 guests enjoyed cake and Ice
Pi TIA VEl"DVENTUIE
DUPLICATE BRIDGE
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EDUCATION CLUB RESULTS Eastern Star

See Chief Kelly US Navy Recruiting Dolly Kunlg and Anne Hamilton
Station Starke were the winning couple at Duplicate SupperMay27 .
Monday 10 AJri. Til 2 P.M. Bridge Tuesday night. Rhea Johnsonand
Bradford Square 2/10 3/12 Lora Francis were second and Starke Chapter No. 224. Order. of
Marie Dent and Ida Shaw were third. the Eastern Star will have a covered

r dish supper Saturday May 27, at 7
p.m. in the Masonic Hall.

-- "':-. All Masons and their families. are
invited to attend.
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Blaine Dyal Celebrates13th

Anniversary
t Birthday May 20

e a 95 I:
$ Sale Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmitt
treated their son. Blaine. with a birth-
day party Saturday niKht.(
Each The party room was decorated as a
disco. The tables were covered with
'red and white checked cloths

I 24x60 3 Br, 2 Bath 24x60 centered with burning red candles.
$ I / The 40 guests enjoyed hamburgers
OR 3 FOR K>0 Shingle Roof' Wood Siding. All Electric 3 Br cokes and. cake.

Circle Kitchen Furnished/ Carpet Family Room 2 Bath
(If don't need three
you '15,695 '12,350

bring a friend!) 12x85 24x60 BIRTHSMr.


3 Br Bath a 'A Fully Furnished Great Cathedral Beamed Calling \ and Mrs David West

Carpet Throughout Fully Furnished Deluxe Carpet! Mendenhall of Stone Mountain Ga.
the birth of
announce a daughter,
3 Br 2 Bath
'7950 Susan Ashley. May 23 In Riverview
'16.900 Northside Hospital. Atlanta. Maternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J.E.
Several Other Double Wides To Choose From Hardy.

Large Selection Of 12'8 & 14' Wides Beginning At tOOQQOOOOOCX

*S995 Mrs. Curtis Edwards of Scituate,
Mass is visiting her mother. Mrs..
Starke Home E.C. Dukes for a month.
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I. Mr. and Mrs.. Don Joiner of Port
I Centerali.: Charlotte are spending two weeks
1650 N.: Temple Starke. Fla. .. with Mrs. L.D. Vining. They all spent
last week In Atlanta visiting Mrs..
ALL HOMES BUILT TO H .
U-SPECS' and UC APPROVED
Louis Yancey and Mrs. Hollis Hope,
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Hr T II IlHr Starke police arrested! a IJyearoldmala ; US301 north. Jackson was placed in fIl
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Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Bradford High School student the Bradford County JaU.
Firth and
Beau Miss Sarah Barefoot visited Mr.and and charged him with criminal mischief Gary Lee Wallace 21 of Starke,
Ely, were (
Thursday camping Mrs. C.L. Dlnklns on Sunday. arrested for forger/and !
to Sunday ,at KOA campground and burglary and grand theft In uttering a
forgery was placed In the Bradford j
near St. Augustine. clearing up four separate Incident
Police Investigated a complaint at County Jail, May w. He bonded out

Mrs. Mike Coldwire and daughters, On the Cdtegesduring City Bradford High School May 15 in whicha and was picked back up May 17, and {
and Mrs. Robert McGee of Fort Community the iVn pickup truck driven by student arrested burglary, grand larceny, I
Lauderdale spent the weekend with Spring Term with a grade point Mark Mersey of Stark was round with.\ forgery and uttering a forgery and i4 \
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire. average of 3.50 to 3.74 with no grade a cut water hose, sand In the placed back In the Bradford County r P 1 ''M 4
below a "'C" were:, Larry Carter, carburetor and pulled out spark plug JAU

.M.... W.II. Hart of Starke and Mr. Charles Davis, Willie llolley, Arthur wires. Police estimated$186 damage.
and Mrs. C.W. Beasley of Gainesville Homer, Edward Jefferson, James May 17 police returned to BHS
spent Friday to Sunday In New M.8W-George Morgan.Raymond where a CB radio.8 track tapes and a I I
Orleans, La. where they attended the Ridley, Thomas Sherman. William CB antenna were missing from a HOMEMAKERSThose
Paula Jenks-Denny Hoffman wedding Stokes, Gene Stoneman. Walter vehicle,driven by Freddie Mack of
Saturday, Wolfolk and William Wright.Lena's Starke. Police estimated *150. Are The Breaks

damage.Friday. When ..au..
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Mr. and Mrs. Irving T. Clark Jr. May 19, the same vehicle pUnt, break* going to repota .
a clay In
pot
and children Lori and Pam the with,
spent driven Mack was sprayed little
pica and
weekend at Daytona Beach where Mr. Spring Clearance paint with obscene: words. A motor- the bottom of put a handfulat
the
Clark\ attended Conference.a Consultant Pharmacist 1/3 to 1/2 Off cycle Browder driven was also by student sprayed. Henry Police hu It'll good help make drainage sure in the new it*plant pot.new ,I rqLP44fP

estimated paint damage at 173 each. home.
Rev. and Mrs. George Harper will i .The Juvenile was placed In the
attend the graduation of their son, .Nancy Maree Cannon'Will detention center by the Division of
Tom. who will receive his M.D. recognized as a ten Excellent Youth Services pending court action.
degree at Johns Hopkins in Balti Scholarship student during theHonor's Oliver Gill 25, of Starke remainedIn
more. Md. Friday. The Harpers attended Day Convocation held at Bradford County Jail Tuesday after
the graduation of their son-in- Georgia Southern College, recently, Starke police arrested him Monday,
'law Donald S. Lewis, from Southeastern Nancy maintained a grade point May 22, for shoplifting, disorderly
of at least 3.& for 30 .
average consecutive -
.
Seminary,Wake Forest N.C., Intoxication and Indecent. exposure.GUI J
hours where she is
May 13.Cary. quarter was arrested after leaving the
majoring in Exceptional Child.
Majik Market on US.301 north. f
R. Bement; son of Mr. and Johnle Jackson 62, of Starke was
Mrs. T.H. Dement. Jr., received his Calvin Arnold, Henry Harden andWilliam arrested May 20 for pulling a pistol on Need
to mend broken
Robert Simmons Willie Walker >
Master of Divinity degree at the May an attendant of the Signal Gas Station
Williamson duties or furniture, form wA
1.1 were, on the or a
: .graduation exercise at New
President's List for the 1978 Spring bond between metals, rubberor
Orleans Baptist Theological Should Bo ."
term at Lake City Community plastic to repair loose
Mr. Bement Is married
Seminary the former Miss I. Jewell of to College. They earned a grade point 15' Yr. Old ChargedWith weather dripping or broken '
Sylvia
With Other Purchases Of 7"i
Virginia Reach, Va. and Is currently average of 3.75 or better with no grade TV' knob? Then try a powerful 445 J Limit 6 Cans, 1
"
lumtor of Mt. Nebo Baptist Church. inItoseland. below "B. ) product known* 114 1 And Other)
La. bducting Eastman 910 adheilve. Thi.eyanoacryl.te I Or More Excluding Cgar! ttts J f
adhesive,
Mrs. "Ksma:! Yongue. Mrs. Thelma Lefla'sSpring Clearance 28 Yr. Old WomanStarke which has been used In Industry -" Advertised Specials. : 'I

Dean and Mrs. Elva Greene were for nearly 20 year, can '
Saturday visitors of Mrs. Lila 1/3 to 1/2 Off police arrested a 15-year-old hold up to 8,000 pound with I John Miller .

uld\\'l'II.: Mrs. A.J. Barry attended'the Bold male Tuesday afternoon May 23, for just one drop per square Inch. L_ -I- ,
And it form these strong
City Conference Sports Award the abduction and sexual battery of a -
Mrs'; and Mrs. Nealy McConnell Mr. Banquet Sunday to watch her 28-year-old Starke woman. bonds in seconds to minutes.Obituaries.

and Mrs.George; Domil annl.Mr. and daughter, Adrienne, a student at St. The Juvenile was placed In the eel .
Mrs. Bobby Wolf Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johns Country Day School, receivethe Detention Center In Gainesville ...
Spiers und John Warren attended the all conference Softball third awaiting court action.
j'
Klkx: convention at Daytona Beach baseman! award at Ramada Inn in Police said the' woman was
last Wednesday to Saturday. Jacksonville.Mr. abducted at 12:30: a m. Tuesday,, on RU :
US-301 north by the ROTC building.; Claude Starling GH (eq G

LelIa's and Mrs. Ogden Bates were Mr: Claude Starling age 63, of MGHRT
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Graham was found dead at Graham
Spring Clearance Robbie Shaller.They spent Sunday at Dial-A-Teen Jobs Monday evening. He was born in
l/3to1/2011 Silver Springs. Lacrosse January 11, 1915. Mr.
ant Mrs Homer Carr of Enter Starling was a farmer. Parents were B.II.S. & B.M.S. Choruses
Mr. last Thursday Visitors Randy Chitty and Robert McNeal of Now Available the late Doss Starling and.Kate Call.
Ala. were
prise., of Mr.' and Mrs. RO. Dandsy the University of South Florida spent Survived by his wife, Evelyn In The Bradford High Auditorium. .
the weekend with Mrs. Joan Chitty. The Dlal-A-Teen Program Is getting Mitchell Starling; one son, Jimmie
organized to hire a youth for full or Starling of Hampton two brothers, .
Mrs: George; Sapp and Mrs. Clyde ; Thursday, June 1 8:00: P.M. '
Simluir returned %last Friday from aI' Miss Joy Andrews returned to part time work for summer Earl Starling of Jacksonville and Roy
:
..kl cruise to the Bahama Islands Independence, Mo. Monday after a employment. Posters are being j>Starling of Graham; two sisters, Mrs.
\with\ friends( and relatives. Ports month's visit with her parents Mr. placed in different locations in town in Onle Mae Ortagus of Jacksonville and Adults 1.25 Students 75'
visited Included Spanish Wells. and Mrs. Levon Andrews. Joy order to get the public attention. The Mrs. Juanita ,Phillips of Cltra; six
llm-bour Island and Governor's liar- graduated March 0 from Licensed posters and advertising work were grandchildren and one great-grand- The B.H.S. Concert Chorus Will Present }
Kleuthera.: They returned byway Practical Nursing School at Truman presented as a contribution from the daughter. A
hour "
on
) of. Nassau and Miami. Medical Center East Kansas City, Bradford High Art Department. Private funeral services will be held Musical' Selections From "Fiddler On The Roof.
Mo. Jimmy Andrews of Atlanta, Ga. Anyone wishing to hire a youth for Thursday May 23,at the graveside In -
Mr*, W.fe.: handy visited''her' joined the ,family Mother's Day full or part-time work can contact Anttoch Cemetery! wittt Rev. GeraldLangJeyifflclatina.
...r-w? l.iuulitcrk Miss{ Jean! Mundy inTulfihJssee' weekend. Cathy McAlpine. 9648002. DeWItt C Jones: Alsol 'Arts & Crlfts1 ShoW By1 th&' Art'Studdnts. B.H.S ''i '
last Wednesday! and p !Funeral: Home of Starke Is in charged :..... e.'
Thursday. Leila's ( the arrangements.
Spring Clearance Blood Donors Askedto .
:Mrs Sanford Hitch of Gainesville is

visiting} :Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Ritch for 1/3to1/2011 Make ApptsThe 1 Gigantic Stock Reducing T
several days. '
Mrs. Kvalena Cates. Mrs. Virginia
'Allen and Miss Barbara DalsheTmer f fI
Bradford County Chamber of
of Gainesville were last Thursday
Lena's made
has
Commerce already plansfor
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank 1
SpdngClearance Palmer. Sr. at Klngsley( Lake the next blood drive Tuesday,June
1/3 to 1/2 Off 27,and is encouraging donors to make .

Tommy Lynn Colson was a medical their appointments in advance. I 1
Struth ;
Chamber
:\1.... und Mrs. Herbert Thomas of patient in North Florida Regional secretary Kathy -
reminds donors who have been!giving GEM JEWELRY
last week. .
Ocala were Tuesday visitors of Mr': Hospital 0 g
in Starkeat '
In Gainesville they can give
mul !Mrs. Ben Rowland. of the Civltan f096.CallSt. 'oF/ ;
the mobile unit ,
Mr.' and Mrs. Roland Harrison of ,g s
Steve Walker Jr. of Chapel lull1wnt Mafia) Pa. (the former Mrs. Gladys Regional Blood Center June 27 from 8a.m. P ono Stark.Pia +o :
last Wednesday Friday with Scholl of Starke>> were visiting friends to 4 pm. For an advance %) oP 9B4BZI1HouraSm.M.GP.M. ,e o,
,
hit grandparents. Mr.: and Mrs. J.ll.' in fetarke last Thursday and were appointment call 964.5278
:Moncncf, The Moncrlefs had 'asSntlll'd. luncheon guests' of Mrs. II.M During the last drive April 18 in Mon.-Sat. 0m :
..\' visitors Mr. and Mrs. WllMcmli'lla Richarde. Starke, there were 49 donors.
: und Mr. and lt rs. Leroy !Save Pn Our Ever Day Low PricesOraduation

\\illiams of Jacksonville.' .

Mr. and Mrs.'Grady Overstreet and Uf(3( E J J t r 3 QOD(! Diamonds

I. Church familY have Hojid. moved Starke to from their Laura new 138 East Call St.Sta.rkea own Bakery 964-5890 o,1 Rubies r.h:

home at Keystone Oaks:
4r"O
OLD FASHIONED DECORATED CAKES ,
Mr! :and Mrs. AI Schneider of Miami C ,
.
were Sunday to Tuesday guests of Col. FILLED DONUTS.12 FOR GRADUATION ."
und Mrs. M.M. Hatcher. Jr.

Mrs. Grace Denney of Atlanta is WEDDING & ANN IIE RSARY ORNAMENTS rJ I
visiting her sister. Mrs..George Sapp. 1
this week. FOR THE HOME DECORATOR .4

New Store Hours Tuas-Sat 6:<30) A M -6 P M Closed Sun-Mor !

Leila's t\ ;

Spring Clearance
I 1/2 OH June 9,
1/3 to i
I Hurry While
I Local admittances to Bradford r'' .,
County Hospital;this week Include: JN.$ rnl Supply Laata
I James Kddmgs.: Joe Griff. Floyd >
Barnum. Mrs. Michelle Sherrouse Ui1it1y
Mrs. Lillie Stalvey. Mrs. Harriet
How an. Mrs. Christina Moore. Mrs ,
I JudY Norman. Alex Martin Mrs :
Viriie Tixld.. Nolan Wnodburn. Mrs.
Mottle Morgan. !Mrs. Beverly Black- fHaiiil'IMPROVEMENT
shear. Sebe Harris' Mrs. Bertha
1IcKinnall of Slarko: Jones r

Griff Is of Lnv.le. Mrs.r .,
of Haiford; :MISaalyn
Browning SPECIALS
j ,. Airs. Lois ;.bTo ,
llovroth of Hampton- .v. at i '.
Simons of Lake (i1<1..oil.
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Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy, are ,
visiting their son-in-law and daughter 'WILLPANELIIIG ."
andbaby r
Mr: and Mrs. David) Mendenhall d

Mountain.daughter.Ga.Susan from Ashley.Tuesday In Stone to t t ,' hCC g : in'ccss '. '\\f
t'i t The First iZ, : , ,
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I NancY Marie Cannon of Starke was OVER 25 .'''.rf. '' Ooc1. .. sy
initiated in Phi Kappa Phi Honor ,; 1 \ .. ..h.. t t' ,

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I I'' etNTOKIAL t? Things You .I'robablyNeverKnew: FORESTRY InBradford:



_ Till Now- About Starke, That Is Co.



Remember Ruby Mae Perkins? Thug. Ye* PrvlwMy Never__Tit By Hank CochranbvttoukCeehraa

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) at their own pace wUJ 1
Students would be walking progress One thousand sere strawberries '

long the balls of old Bradford roy gag around. Most studentsdo were pUnted around Stark In 1122 wU4 AaUaaks awl Bird Enjoy Free

High School. laughing and only aa much aa they have to with another WO acres at Lawtey, .......
I
talking., but Just before they got do. "r fit'trees'
full and
Between 134 and JOB unsanitary The forests are
to the door of Mrs. Ruby MaePerkins'
The school system doesn't privies (Chic Sales)were Mill lau*.in p ",' shrubs that provides free lunches for
room they Quieted down Stark in 192J. F all kinds of wild animal and birds.
expect enough of students '
and walked in quietly veritable A cottage M Kings!**Lake was advertised
angels. Florida Education: Commissioner for rent at913 per week In.W23. And moat of the plants will grow
Ralph Turlington told the Bradford readily for the back-to-nature buff
who wants to hire the animals onto Ms
Democratic Committee ia a
You didn't dare arrive wervaemanXng;
unprepared Cotton pickers land for easy viewing. The oak and
to Mrs. Perkins algebra recent visit to Starke. Bradford "exce sIve wages" d two cents a pine that furnish your family with

..I class. Her scathing wrath penetrated County School SuperintendentTom pound for Catherine lint la 117. shade will also supply food to attract
>''I even the hardest head. Casey sat In the audience Starke was getting direct telephone birds and squirrels.
f, and nodded his head affirmatively connection with Lake Butler. Raiford.
She tolerated no nonsense. You in withConunissioaer and Providence for the first time bi The pine forests on tree farms, as
worked in Mrs. Perkins class. agreement
1914. long aa they are not overly dense may
Turlington.' furnish food and shelter to a

Mrs. Perkins' tats were something An editorial In 1.14 said. "We are surprising/ array of bird Robins
else. They were hard! You School board members are sorry to state that some of our citizens warblers and other creatures prefer

bad to the testa to concerned about the disciplineand : are allowing baseball to be played pineland. and wild turkeys often
.pas earn a
passing grade. meaningful progress in the around them on Sundays and some d roost at the top of the highest pine

classroom at the middle school the fathers are even joining in with
-, the boys. We hope that ow officer tree.While
You outdid yourself didn't and high school. will look Into this violation of the laws oaks and pines may be the
dour...... most common food plants they art by
your asked Miss Ruby Mae of Their concern has been voiced no means all. At least 100 tree,

one algebra student proudly by their caD for taking the frills In January 1.11 American manufacturing shrubs and vines are sought out by
sporting an 84 on one test. of enterprises in all state east wild animals for (heir food.
the and
out curriculum returning of the Mississippi River were orderedby

Of as students all to a basic academic the government suspend operations UJ1'"or Festive SpinA All parts of the plant 'Is fair game to
course we
program. The board members for five days as a drastic be eaten.
thought Mrs. Perkins was a hard are not trained educators. Thank measure to relieve the fuel famine. gala SvsUay aflenoa bayride hack fa the days wheel eattertaiamcat ill

teacher. She had standards we therefore Rice was a popular farm crop In Stark was w Ike rattle aid, but hUl .. AM. All .._.een are MaMentUMI The dogwood which brightens the
now realize. goodness They are Bradford County In It 1'.with some of swept the driver,wh Is the tote Archibald Jobs*. city landscape Is a cafeteria to wild-
not blinded by their own educa- the best being grown by James life.Virtually all game specie use the

tional jargon, or philosophy. To Hornsby, just east of Starke. Bradford County growers were congratulating : Klngcley. Lake in one hour and 23 fruit It is a preferred food by wild
The more you think about it, the school board members frills themselves on getting 22 minutes and back across in one turkey, and readily eaten by deer:

r the more you realize how much man everything other than the The FUrUa Tlwa-V.as cents quart for their strawberries minute less In 1918 a total distance of Cardinals robins brown thrashers

those standards counted. It's the basic reading, writing and announced In 1887 that it wa ex while other down the state were almost four milea.Starke's rabbits and chipmunks enjoy the tasty

major factor missing from our arithmetic.If pending to an eight-page paper. averaging only ten cents in 1887. fruits.
Hampton growers shipped 1,600 While boring for an artesian well fine new sewer system
I school system today. boxes of oranges during the 1887 east of Starke. F.E. Chase struck a consisting of just over S miles of line Even the white berries of poison Ivy
these frills were a welcome season. cypress log at a depth of 105 feet was completed In 1918. are food for deer and some birds.

Nothing much has been change of pace ;for a student Peanut popping and pinder proving that the area has been subject The foundations of the new Bradford
expected: of students in the working hard in the academic shellings were social events in Brad- to washings/ and landslides from Trail County Bank building were laid Is there any'use for gallberry and
past ford County in 1887. Ridge In pre-h4tork dmes. and walla were beginning to rise in saw palmetto?! Yes! As a wildlife
15 or 20 years. Mrs. Perkins classroom they would serve a The Orange Lear* was an early February 1914. food. Palmetto fruits are heavily used

expected a student to work. purpose. newspaper published in Hampton by The Florida Tlaaes-Ualea County Judge George Gardiner received by deer. Constant prescribe burning
Loafing through one of Miss E.V. Newbern In the 1890's. editorialized in 1923 that '"Women :27 application* for real estate reduce the amount of fruitlproduced.

Ruby Mae's classes was not even Make no mistake about it. A board sidewalk burned Starke should be exempt from jury duty be- licenses during the Florida land boomin The stomach of one bear In 1
when a careless smoker dropped alighted cause they are women and no other 1925.. Florida was found to have 21 pounds
of. the board members
thought though are cigar through a crack. in 1887. excuse Is needed" of saw palmetto fruits.It i
correct when they say we need to Newell B. Hull an early Starke Gasoline at 10 cents a gallon was
Tenet of the current philosophy get down to work in the class- store owner and long-time postmaster promised by the Bradenton Gasoline must be made clear that animals i

is that a student is allowedto room. Ruby| Mae Perkins was the Republican nominee Consumers Association in 1925 are able to digest many of the plant j I
wouldn't even think about toler- for Florida Commissioner of Agriculture eight cents less than the current price. fruit In Florida while humans
accomplish one skill then progress Couetyeet'aNotebook In 1920. In Before eat wild I
1917 motorists were asked to observe cannot. you a berry
to another. What is missing ating the situation in our schools: fJ Mrs. Mary O. Wainwright wife of the ten mile an hour speed limitIn make sure it ia safe for human '

is the push. Students allowed to today. : Tax Assessor N.D. Wainwright. was Starke because the auction from consumption.: Many plant fruit are
the first woman to register to vote In the rubber tires tends to loosen the poisonous.
ByBobby Bradford County when "woman's bricks In the streets. thereby making
suffrage" became legal In 1920. the pavement uneven.'* McKinney To PerformAt

Taylor Florida's new electric chair replaced The owner of Rowland's Cafe an- Folk FestivalW.B.

. One Scared BureaucracySupporters P._:M4- zse Extewle.see the gallows as the method of nounced an Increase to 35 cents: for ,
., executing convicted criminals In 1924. dinner because high" food prices in McKinney well-known Starke
The citizens of Starke approved a 1917.While violinist is scheduled to perform
of the tax cut roll workers as a "precautionary $40.000 bond issue In 1912 to build a excavating for the cesspoolnear Monday. May 29. at a.in.yal, the. *
tiative California's1 'June6'ballot "-' '1' !" byR.kbyL.Taylr .tiga r{, new schooland the building was ready the new school building 1914 annual Folk Festival at While I
measure.
on
PIMM: M4-428 for occupancy in 1913. workers unearthed five rude board Springs.
call it "a Bill of Rights for Exteashm*9It's coffins in what must have been a Greg Alvarez will accompany

Taxpayers." Foes call it "a snare Local school districts have sent somewhat surprising that moat The BUS graduating class of 1918 cemetery,at one time. McKinney on the piano.It .

a fraud, a delusion a hoax." layoff notices to at least 28,000 of our vegetables and field crops have was announced as "the largest in will be the eighth straight year \
lot of rain In
survived short
a a period consulting of two and me Telegraph advertised In
teachers. School officials history girls 1887: that McKinney has been invited to
are of lime this spring. Some fields had
a nine Anyone having would like
boys. pig they to
the annual Folk Festival
at
One thing both foes and talking of cutting all programsnot lot more than 10 inches of rain In less exchange for a year's subscription, held perform at the Stephen Foster Memorialon

supporters of state proposition 13 required by law. than three weeks. It is also surprisingthat The price of haircut was raised please call at our office.. SR-41 near Lake City.
of this rainfall is and
agree upon is that if the measureis most gone from 29 ante to 35 cents In 1916 be- The Presbyterian Church had received Violinist McKinney says his
rain is needed on some tobacco and
approved which most polls Those are reprehensible "scare watermelons in the western part of 'cause "the new fashion haircuts take its windows and doors in 1887 selections for the Folk Festival will
considerably more time than before." and was being plastered and stained include Stephen Foster melodies and
tactics of
say is likely It will l shake local panicky bureaucrats our country. Inside.
Charles Jr. number
Enaey swam acnws
and state government in Cali- replies Howard Jarvis a 75yearold Even though most of our crops have religious j

fornia to its deepest roots. former munitions maker and lived. I'm sure mosl were damagedand I
will be affected.
du
production Crops
one time newspaper publisherwho will be a little later than normal and
The proposal is extreme. It wrote the measure and there Is a possibility that Insects and

would amend the state Constitution collected 1.3 million signatures of diseases will be more of a problem.Just .

to limit annual propertytax voters to place it on the ballot. calls I one have example had of about this a Is several rot on I Our Readers. WriteURGES I I II

to one percent of market tomatoes. This rot has been Identified

value which would cut state tax Schools police and fire pro- as Buckeye rot and normally occur

bills for all property owners an tection won't be hurt Jarvis when the fruit touches the soil.

average of 57 percent. It would says. The only things that will Apparently heavy splashing rains, I '

,roll back assessments back to happen are that the fat will be fungus In some to gardens enter the has fruit enabled hanging the VOTE FOR were refused even the considerationof beginning feel the hook that was in j
a lea expensive system. Council
HAMPTON PLAN ONE the bait
1975 figures,and place a cap on trimmed out of government and several Inches above the soil. had decided on the 1994,000 maximum that 1

future increases in assessed taxpayers will l finally get.) some The fungus develop from a small Dear Sir: system and "updating the present a Strange too-powerful some, wasteful can see centralized danger in "

value of 2 percent annually. relief. brownish spot at the point of Infectionto The following was copied verbatim system was too ex nslve"-b\lt whenwe government in theory and aren't to <
series of brownish and
a irregular from the Hampton City Hall bulletin were allowed to see the minimum I
colored concentric bands see it In practice. We have those In .
light that board: "Sensible People Know Fire plan. it was 1193.700 cheaper! The Hampton like that and '
can't
Effect would be to cut total Jarvis' measure has appeal form a typical buckeye effect. actually
Protection reason our group was formed was I
Depends on an AdequateFire the
see potential danger of
property tax collections by Cali even. among local government All stages In the growth of tomato Department and Equipment.Plan becauae.like Mr Parker, we fed "a HUD to declare the whole asking substandard 1
fruit be attacked the city
fornia's 1.047 school district 425 employees. may by fungus One Loan $311.400ersu* Plan few power-hungry people shouldn't for purposes of getting as
cities 58 counties and about and breaks the down fruit decays In a semi very rot.rapidly and Three. Loan 1197,700. or a difference tell a whole town what we need." Mr. much "free" money as we can. Some

f 2,000 other local government One middle class family Inter- It seems that with better weather of $193.700. So Voters Interested in Parker i Ia a Councilman's relative; I can't see the danger of borrowing
that is he the
Economic Health will why can't see
agencies from $12 billion to an views' on CBS Television the buckeye rot Is slowing down or..topping Hampton VotePlan suppose obvious. maximum just because we can. in

estimated $5 billion. program "60 Minutes" was very Call me If you have a Rebuttal Three.: Anyone with any common At the May :2 Council Meeting 176 system order to that put In really the maximum isn't necessary water \,.

much in favor of passage ,of problem.I have noticed another problem In sense knows that "a chain la a*strong signatures of concerned citizens were and which* we don't have any sensible

Proposition offers no alternative Proposition 13. The family's many of the fields and gardens have as Its weakest link." If Hampton has to FmHA representatives.They reasonable expectation of paying for
two fire engines,23 volunteers, etc., a (FHA) in turn said the people with a population of 469
mostly
sources of funds. Local $20.000 plus income leaves it in visited recently. This problem Is mole and
lift or a home depends on how much had to agree suggested a elderly! on Social Security! I know the
governments are respondingwith great danger of having to move crickets.'because and they are doing a lot of water i I.available and how fast it can referendum. Too. they (FHA) will refute this, but figures tell

dire warnings of disaster. to a less desirable community the damage two Inches they of are the working soil. in be at the scene of the fire. suggested Hampton go for the barest the story and experts In finance whomwe
unless some-relief Is forthcoming Mole upper crickets Our rolling stock holds around 2,000 minimum DER standards have consulted agree.
are most active at
Los Angeles County where the wife said. night. especially after a rain or gallons, yet one hydrant will pump, considering Hampton/ and the its economic residents. The status DER of We need more concerned about ,
one-third of California's 22 million Irrigation and when the temperature 30.000 gallons an hour. Will something more than "gimme." Our
could and made it
Economic Health be aided agreed we plain
residents live it will have 'Talk of tax revolts have been Ia I above 70 degrees F. When these Hampton debt next meeting la Friday May 26 at
to
says conditions exist will with the bare minimum with all they weren't pushing a big or 7:30: pm. at City Hall (reserved for a
cut its budget by $755 million and going on among citizens of every emerge from the soil they and gather partially bits growth titled until another crisis system onto Hampton although this rally music speaker.
layoff 20.000 of 65.000 employ. state but California appears the of food from the soil surface. occurs?!' Then will It cost more with has been implied many times.
At the Council Meeting when the
ees. The Los Angeles County first to try to do something about Damage to lawn grasses and other the available possibility at that of future no grant date?monies ''engineers "official map .."' Helen Jacks

Fire Department says it will haveto it. That 1.3 million signatures plant I I. primarily through feeding on The grapevine hints of a recall were so loudly called Into quest we
the but their
lay off 1.600 of its 2,421 could be gathered to force the the soil root causing plants burrowing to dry out loosens and petition eel will emphasize a*far as I pointed out inaccuracies in both head

employees and close 54 of 128 fire measure on the ballot is signifi sometimes they are completely: up personally am concerned that there is and figure- This official report HAMPTON WATER
been accepted and payment of 14.900
NO WAY that can thrown
stations. cant. rooted. The meandering burrows of no way NOT WANTED
approved by Council. So "concerned
out of office before my tw 'year term Dear Sir
crickets
mole are about 'i inch in :
citize.. Instigated the revisions. "
San Francisco and Sacramentosay It will be interesting to see if detected diameter in and short can easily be seen or reason expires.? For What working would myself be sick a valid In a Council either didn't know or care it Lake We. as future residents of Hampton '
mown grass and area, art against the Plan 1 and
they may close most branch Californians really mean what cultivated areas. vain effort to help Hampton? was taken, from an old original! map ali 2 of the Hampton water works

libraries. San Joaquin County in they say. Maybe California can Mole cricket can be controlled with There will come a day when many which naturally threw the figures because Phase 2 will include us.
off balance. buildings
Many longer
the heart of the farm belt sent show us all how to trim our bargaining spray or bait. Be sure the pesticide will say. "I hate to admit It. but Old. existed thus the hookup figure no was Sverdrup A Parcel engineer, at the
I I. labeled for your crop. pasture or Man Summers was right. AmelL.Summary May 2 Hampton City Council
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meeting
notices to all bureauracics. thus the rate
layoff 2.000 figure,
was
wrong
county lawn before using. :The pest and crop : Vole for Plan One for said Plan 1 and 2 was essentially the
should be listed. Also heed all complete fire protection. Hampton wrong. Also/the expected prospects:
same a*before,when they were forced
of added help in re-paying! the loan off
Instruction and warnings that may needs it now-not at some future to revise the map and water survey.
be the label. date! balance. And so were figures In
on obtaining the loan. So. regardless of the statement of the
pP144 The sprays or baits should be Hampton City Council to the Hampton
applied when the night time William H.Summers Older. long-time residents Lake residents that Phase X of Plan I
1879 temperature la expected to be 70 Mayor Hampton.Fla.TO recognized the map as -being one of had been dropped, wt seriously doubt
degrees F or above. In lawns have It. We understand the City Council
90 ;
Qtilig Hampton some It's said
q4 years ago
'a-off the turf moist at the time treatment THE CITIZENS
Is to have been made In 1928. was not called into session to cancel
applied. If it ha become dry Irrigatethe OF HAMPTON of this we paid $4.900 for a survey! Residents Inside the city limits will
to be treated Sir
area by Dear :
running Talk: about "half truths." This Is a be able to vote next Tuesday for or
sprinklers for about an hour.This will In a letter published In the May IS classic against the proposed water system.

'4/0N BOB O. FERGUSON. JOHN M. MILLER aid In the penetration of the spray into Telegraph Mr. Parker called into taxpayer example money-thai of we unconcern get what for we Unfortunately we will be unable to do
the soil or in the cast of bails nuestlon the existence of "Concerned pay for. This notion so prevaJeattoday so since we are not residents of the
Publishers encourages the mole crickets to Come Citizens '
of Hampton. He should have of city.
"gimme. no matter the cost
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class. Matterat to the surface to and feed on the bait seen and heard more than "five or ,or consequence, ia fait becoming the We bought land In the country to getaway
Be
sure apply the insecticide! six" at / of Council sine /the from the
meetings city and
downfall of this nation. We've been city
at of March: 3,4879.
Office Starke. Fla. Act
the Post : under property. Good coverage of the right/ InvofvmenL
hall was full sometime of the loudly told we'd better grab all the funds WE DO NOT WANT
Subscription rate In hide ares *7 per year *4 six months, control.amount of Regardless material l la a of must whether for good protesting citizens! And we won the both loan and grant, while the getting HAMPTON CITY WATER. '

Outside trade ares: 'a Per yea M*. Six Months .pray or bait I* used a second a referendum.. We wen It refused wasn't this the right Council'sidea. when considered ia: good,and ignorant those of us fools who But object are Mr.and Mr:C.W.Slade
wt see
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funding an $88,000 branch In Stark is where more than a third of the state .
continued. "If you so desire to keep under any statute to be provided ; ,.....:... for the Eighth Circuit Public De prison population resides, said
the same space that Is now available space but the same Is not true for the I ...'! Office space may be a Parlaplano. Last year there were 14
to you' It would be agreeable with the Slate Attorney," said Klwell!: He said problem said Alan Parlaplano. murders committed Inside Florida lOR,ec II!
Board" a recent cane In South Florida was I Parlaplano.public defender for the State Prison which required subsequent
Drown said In the 1977-78 budget/ decided In favor of the State Eighth Circuit, which include. Bradford legal assistance from hlaoffice.
$4,000 wan Included for tho Suite Attorney's office to enforce a county Union and Baker counties said .
Attorney office and 92,4W for the to provide available space in a court- Monday from his Gainesville office, In addition to the prison, Starke Is .
Public Defender. The amount for the hot.... funding from the legislature "look growing and the community needs
Public Defender hue been going to tlwellilaid the commission might very good but we never count our greater attention he added. The
Aluchuu County' since the office thereIIf.'rvea think the Bradford County office chickens" He said he expected the Starke office would also serve Union
Bradford, County and the portion nerve Union and linker counties, but legislature and the governor to act and Baker counties rather than being
allocated for the State's Attorneywas this is not true. "This Is not a base within the next couple of weekt. This served from Calneivllle. The branch
being kept In the county for janilorial operation' for the other counties they year hi* office received a special office would Include no fewer than two
service are handled from the Gainesville funding recommendation from the attorneys, an Investigator and a
lithe State Attorney (and Public l>>office" said Klwell. governor and Parltaptano said he felt secretary.He said if possible he would
Defender must Heck office space out- more confident since the need for a like to recruit local attorneys.
side I ho courthouse the county must The courthouse office In about 4M( branch office has been substantiated. Parlaplano said If the funding request \
puy the rent for that office space, square feet, said Elwell. He said thu I Parlaplano said he understood Is granted has would be canvassing '
utilities, phone and maintenance Department of General Service courthouse space may be a problemand the area for apace He said
according/ to Florida Statute 27.14: space criteria allows I,040 square feet I without closer proximity to the the old courthouse had been men
for the stuff of five, Including 20 percent sly community the branch office concept Boned as a possibility.If .
tlwelliluid hilll office dues not want for Internal circulation space Atnlslsnt Stole Attorney lam ElweU: werks si s desk lucucnl wrmiuti i._ would be defeated. space Is not available In county
lobe outside the courthouse, "It In not With the addition of ln Register offices and must be rented the t
In the stairwell from the mala office In the courthouse
corner
"We need to be In the community
to our advantage!( but to the June 12 us an assistant state'sattorney counties In the circuit are responsible
community to be accessible to the the need bl'COIOl'llllrealer to full time to help with problems In the for rent utilities phone service and
judge and the sheriff's office" said insure interviews and conversationsare criminal justice system We are not maintenance Other expenses are
Klwvll: conducted without being compromised New Cub Pack OrganizedThere just geared to public defense, but to funded 100 percent by the state
"We were not afforded a full opportunity said Flwell: Being solving problems in the> community. Parlaplano who operated under a
to discuss It before the county Bradford IK the second largest "Locally we would be more con $403,000 budget this year, said he
commission" heuilded, "It look like county In the circuit and has the largest will be a Cub Scout meeting The pack will be accepting boy venient for the client and law enforcement asked for$655,913 next year a figure
we have an ax to grind with the parole ( criminal caMe load outside of ut the First United Methodist ChurchIn with their parent or parents, who are agencies we deal with. We can which included the branch office
office but It Is In the bent interest of Alachua County, The full time Stale the Fellowship lIallfo'rlday.May 26, ages 7,8,9 and In grades 3.4.5. identify alternatives and develop financing and follows a statewide
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the community Attorney office was opened In July at 7':30 p m at which a new pack will If there are any questions call community resources, said formula which is designed to meet national -
"The Parole office is not entitled l)77! be orKimi/ed Cubmaster Mike West St., phone 964- Parlaplano standards over a four-year
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Dugout Asks Canoes Residents Wooden to Locate I Clay Hill Man Offers. $165,000 For; Controversial CCDA Tract f ))1".. I

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Janus C. (Jimmy) Wilkinson of dslm.dy a. Wilkinson's trots over It." Wilkinson said. "We'renot tract: He said (the people In the Mal '
Florida State Museum li Dugout Canoe Project, Florida Slat Clay lUll,has offered 1165.000 for the t made a $5,000 down going/ to stick anything out there vUle-Clay Hill area know he will not 1 j
launching, a state-wide project to Museum Dept of Social Sciences: controversial tract of 18 acres of the prices of Is now the that will hurt the community. approve anything that will hurt hi* ; j
I locate,record and preserve all known Gainesville KL 32611 or call s int.. Clay County Development Authority appealingcorporation action of Wilkinson of the Green property or theirs" ?, I
dugout canoes and associated land which was the center of controversy Clay County Commission. to uphold a Cove Springs Farmers Home Next regular meeting of the CCDA ,
wooden objects which have been The museum suggests that after a. when proposed as a site for declaim by the Clay County Zoning Administration office owns 900 acres win beheld at 4 p.m. Wednesday,..., ,.', ';;'. d I
exposed along Florida's lake and find residents should try to protect rendering plant several months ago. Commission to deny Southeast the adjoining the development authority June 13.Democratic. j I;
river shores during this tail year's the object from vandalism and If the.. special permit It would need to construct nEr' I --__ ., of \ J.
In making the off.\Wilkinson saidifheisatlowedlppurcaaetheland a rendering plant.
drought Is
canoe waterlogged, prevent It from j
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Since the museum staff and their drying out.Drying he Presumably, unless Southeast f I, 'I
funds are limited, the museum Is prior to laboratory proposes to offer it for Industrial_ voluntarily withdraws from the sales i
relying on the help of Florida preservation techniques: usually that would be compatible with the agreement It would be binding upon VERNON E. OLIN 1
residents to let them know where results In extensive non-reversible community CCDA to sell U Southeast shouldagree ,
such: 'artifacts might be I located warping and cracking, thus Southeast Recycling Corp.. which to withdraw, the development Candidate ',
destroying the artifact wished to be proposed to move Its rendering plant authority would then decide whetherto
If residents in the lake region know preserved, they said : Inlet to the new site on U.S. accept the Wilkinson offer, or wait for :
of any artifacts such: as those They also warn resident not to try 301 between Clay Hill and Maxville. to see If a better offer Is available. i "i
requested they should contact'' to move the artifact themselves still has a binding agreement with "We would pledge the property toinduatrfj" BRADFORD COUNTY '(1 ,
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Future Farmers of America first official office was the secretaryof In the communltJand; advised us Ethrldge. Vice-President ol the We.ofcen reed about. Bradford County Schools' repair and I .,
held their annual Spring banquet on the Plaints Ga. FFA chapter. He wisely for many veer*." Junior Chapter. building problems.The Board of Education need a trained and "h : '
Thursday. May II, with Mitch San u closed his speech saying that all Other award winners. In the orderof Public Speaking Award: John experienced builder.Why not support Vernon E. din, a builder 1 : ,
the guest speaker members should work towards"being their presentation were: Tatum Timmy Gasklns. ol commercial and residential. building for fifteen years with a j 1J".r' ;
San Is currently attending Santa Fe better"tomorrow than you were Proficiency llwardsSales, and Andrews Star Greenhand Pre. of Jr.Award Chapter: Randy 197977. real art ate .broker's. & .... j .r I
Community College, and Is the State today. Service Kim -
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Vice-President of the Region Two Since a banquet was not held last Tatum,and Butch Faulkner. Poultry; .and George Loinlcka,Pres, of the Mr. Olin Is a conservative, _y-mladed person. He a
Chapter of the FFA, In his speech: he year, awards were given to winner Frankie Blackburn Herr) Faulkner. Jr Chanter for 1971.78.SlarAapterFarmer. believes fat savins; for the rainy day and teaching children the [ I,
emphasized that parent of FFA iron the 1D7D-77 school year and Home Improvement: Butch three. a-. reading,"rid..and'rithmeUc then prepare them I ''''r .3, s
members hove.a duty to urge their :urrent school year Faulkner. Public Speaking: John (presented by to make a living for themselves. ..
children on. and that the members The winner of the Appreciation Tatum, Timmy Catkins.Alvare the Florida Bank at Starke): Kim j
themselves! have an obligation to set a Award for this year was Paul C.Hutchlns. Award (for the best first Tenly Griffls Michael Andrews.
goal and work towards It. .who ham taught at Bradford year student For 1978-77, Randy Dekalb Award (given for senior Paid Political Advertisement by Vernon E. Olin, Campaign Fund
San added that opportunities High School' for 39 years, Master of Andrews, who was President of the leadership Zed Hamilton 1978-77, r
abound for the ex.FFA member, Ceremonies Timmy Caiklns said that Junior Chapter; For 1977-78, Kenneth Sonva Tenly. 1977-78
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Elrod of Starke has The annual JROTC Awards Day Fergason by ,Cmdr. John W. Hall of Griffith for LD II.Julie Chambers for
completed the Florida National Presentation was held Friday, May the Jacksonville Chapter The LD III and Jesse Adams for LD IV. (1t t
Guard Military Academy's Officer 19. at Bradford High School with Sojourners award U given to an alb The overall Cadet of the Year :
Candidate School and Is eligible for parents, cadets! school staff. and around outstanding cadet. Trophy was given to Cadet Ma]. Jesse 4 i
commission. I visiting dignitaries present. The military Order of World Wars Adam,
ktthL Recognition was given to the color medal an award Awards were also given for the first :
guard members, drill and rifle team and loyalty, was presented to Cadet parent-student rifle match held i!'
Along with 48 other candidates! he members for thelj* contribution CPT Cindy Gornto by Col, John earlier In the year. The cadets and f
underwent 17 days of summer during the year.. Certificates were Worthington of the Jacksonville their parentsjoinedupasteamsatthe :
training and u year of monthly given to each cadet for their participation. chapter.: match to show how the rifle team
training asHemblictt to successfully The Reserve Officer Association: works and to teach safety'factors in !''I
finish the orouram. I' s Each gr.duatlngJROTC was medal, given {o a cadet in the top 29 using the rifles. The student were In, ,:
given a silver dollar by Maj. William percent of his class who shows good control of the match a JROTC 'b
ampler, a yearly tradition( along leadership traits was presented to spokesperson said, and taught their I 18'JtJ'
Staff SRI Klrod.: u full-lime with a military certificate for 'completion Cadet First Lt. Henry Pete. parent what to do. S
administrative and supply technician r of JROTC. If the cadet chooses The Citizenship award was pre The father-son.team that won the
with Company A. Hbth Signal! I to continue a career in the service the seined to Jenesia Bright and the match was Mr, Robert P Gornto and :'14''
HutiulionMJiK'kHom ill wait lor a certificate enables them to receive a Senior Army Instructors Award was his son. Robert. The high-pofnt parent '.,
full-lime officer vncant'y' to become higher ranking than those without. 'presented to Cadet Maj. Chris,Crew. shooter was Mr. Gerald Greenly and N:.'
available before he iicccplv a JROTC training The' Department of the Army the' high-point student winner wan .,.
commission Clcll Prenton was named Most Improved Superior Cadet Awards were given to Mike Dahnhe. G:
Klrod: I and his wife Freda live on The graduating senior cadets receive their cerllflcatei. Cadet for the year and presented Michael Dahnhe for LD I. Cynthia
Route I In Marke a trophy. st,

LD Also: group presented, or year were group.awards In to LD each I, June 26 Trial Date Set
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. Weather Delays Mosq ito Spraying Cadet Colbert Christine were named Davis and outstandingcadets. Charles : Ii
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In LD II, Cadet Marlon
Aerial mosquito| spraying for rest When finally set I the at.'rlllillprllyln" wide O'Neal l said but will Include Puttman and Ted Greely were named On Lawtey AltercationA '
d'nllllillrells in Bradford t'minlv has u ill be lime from a helicopter A new residential areas and therefore be outstanding cadets. Yvonne Link and
Ix'cn delii.xed because of a b.ukfuK/ of chemical.: I Diabrom 14. will be more widely applied than In the two William Lunn were named in groupIII
wink due lo rainy and windy weather sprayed 1 from u new Ultra Low h|>i'livings in 1977, and Cadet Josie Capehart and June 26 trial date has been set for In other court action this week: ; I
the lust two weeks of ,April und the Volume i I'LV i machine spray, .\ spraying costs about $800. Ten Chris Crew were named in group IV. five of' the six men arrested at an -Charlie McCoy, an Inmate of:
first portion ol ;lay a fine mist The helicopter will fly at mare are planned for this year. The A special award was given to Mrs. altercation In Lawtey two weeks ago FSP received a July 10 trial date for:: II
'ouniy Sanitarian Dnrrell O'Neal approximately:/ > feet spraying cannot be carried out if Betty Shuford for her outstanding on charges ranging from aggravated being in possession of more than.flve!:
"111,11 Ihf I tint 1 ul I II I MM.IVIIIK. hall not Claim arc lo i spray nil residentialareas winds are higher than 13 miles per contribution to JROTC as secretary.She assault to battery of a law enforcement grams of cannabis I
been rettcheduled. Kint'e'' other In the county plus ullilwampyUrt'UIi. hour. IIIgh winds make it difficult to was made an honorary Cadet officer. -Joseph E. Tucker 19 and Lester: I
counties are ahead on the list The coverage won't be! county- hit the target area. If the wind Is Major in the JROTC and given a certificate According to court records charges W Rues 26. will appear In court: ,
I Mow i ng the helicopter must fly to one and desk set. against Howard Stephens 01 Middle- Tuesday. May 30. to change their plea?::
side of(he target to hit the right place, The National Sojourners Award was boro. Kentucky for aggravated on nine courts of throwing missiles::: )
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. t a < 'argt all ('Neal. Cadet and criminal mischief,'
: ( presented to, First ,U.I; Wayne battery have been dropped. into buildings "
Harry Evans 31, of Lane Geneva Isvuns.tat the time: HI his nrresl. was ""."......... u."'a.tlftn... ....&. .D.any R o b erns. June *Ml trial dales were also sal fritMJimmy t..
was arrested Wednesday May 17 b> employed IIIS a purl.linn- clerk in the! Youth tETA Dennis Roberts Stanley Wheeler and :: L, Brown:St r'k;. for attempting .
the Alachua County Sheriff's Department Siuke Post Oil ice. ami lived in a Applications Being AcceptedBradford Brad Starling all of Lawtey. will to obtain a controlled cube 0
!and charged with sexual battery mobile home park in Lake Geneva.P ; appear in court June 26 on charges of stance by fraud and resisting arrests)
of a Melrose area woman County Comprehensive ford County resident be unemployed resisting an officer: with violence and with violence. Brown plead not guilty
Evans was placed in the Aluchun Employment and Training (CETA) 30 days or under employed and be battery of a law enforcement official.\ lie was arrested February 19. _
County jail with bond set ut $7.500.>> ---L-- r., Summer Youth Program is now accepting economically disadvantage 'The charges were made after an -Jerry Conklin Gainesville for
According to the report!, Evans: was L.... t. 2'. applications from eligible Applications can be gotten from: altercation in Lawtey near the skating uttering a forgery. ConklinWUH> arrested
arrested for the Monday afternoon M young people, Florida Stale Employment Service,. rink. Officer Charles Carter arrived late In March and has plead not;
) assault of a 35-year-old woman uhrwn tip w"''' : 7 209 W._ Call Street (old Courthouse). at the disturbance and found three' :
: hitchhiking, he picked up, tin SII.I. < -.',.w- ::- To be eligible youths must be Starke phone 964-8092 ask. for men armed with axe handles a pistol guilty.Winfred C. Rigdon. Ralford. UnitCarlos :
\ 21 bctlf'nI"lrlllle: and Kcvslom' ::: between the ages of 14-21, be a Brad- David. and a rifle. Norman .. Lawtey for thfi
V ', 'Heights. The call of the South American t In attempting to arrest the men.' burglary and grand larceny or ,
J I "' *. A detailed description 'given: by the bullbird sounds like a 3 New To Carter suffered several bruises, Nancy's Flowers Arrested March. :2H! t.: ,
Members'Appointcd DevelopmentThreenew
1.:: 'victim of her attacker led to. his cow's moo Howard Stephens received a broken both- have plead not guilty.
f4I ', arrml. arm and Emanuel Stephens received -Joe K. Lee. Starke charged with.
0. i : members have received Jimmy Moore chairman of the Au- numerous bruises on the face. 'buying receiving aiding In the concealment -"
_. appointments by Governor Askew to thority has announced intention to' of stolen property.
(ruur'yi>ar terms on the Bradford resign although It has not been The men were released after -Thomas ,E. Harrison 'l.ake% !
ri ., rs County Development! Authority and a formalized, he said. posting/! 2.500 bond each. Butler for grand theft.
.(.. reorganization meeting Is expected to The new appointments still leave
,I'f IK- held at an. early date. one vacancy on the seven-member
{;' board. Attempts are now being madeto Merchants Bang Out Two
*" The three new members are: L.M. obtain representation from the .
.. dames, director of the Bradford Brooker district.
County Zoning office; Jesse ,J.Wolbcrt. Wins in Dixie Boys
L d Starke attorney and Gus
Kopelousos, manager of the Garden
Kextaurant. Holdover members are The'collected bones of a 160- The Merchants claimed wins over having won only once in'seven games: I
Guy Andrews of Starke; J.L. Waters pound man_ weigh only 29V L, the Olympians and the Sonics in last The Olympians still sit atop the
J.awtt.'Y and Arthur Bruno*Hampton; pounds. f week's\ Dixie boys league play after league baseball standings with a 6:3
mark, the Civitans are' .:t.I.;,
Merchants 3.4an', Sonics 27.. '
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F ''The Merchants broke open a clone:
name with a six run third inning( amP:
$ went on to a 9-1 victory over I the Son ics!
In Dixie Boys baseball Tuesday May;
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Jeff Husle threw a two-hitter to earn:: r
the pitching win. He was aided by ir-
never! hit Merchant attack : :
Mark Pierce went two-for-twd'and
,.scored three times for the-winners! ; f
Blaine Dyal also had Iwo( Merchant:
hits and Emmett Watkins doubled.'
qr w r Mark Williams and Edward ('rewk! :
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I ', n gre+ ww k.aror4 F OLYMPIANS: 9-C1'ITANSeThtee :
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,. tripped the Civitans 9-0 in Dixie Boys
i baseball action Monday. May 22.
Hubert Berry. John Thompson and
l Stephen Little shared mound duties I
: r for the winning' Olympians allowing
CENTRAL HEAT & AIR only a fourth inning single by Bruce,
Itehberg.
Completely Installed From Kenny Clark led the winners eight'hit
1 attack with two' inside the park
t 2 TON SYSTEM Plus home runs. John Johnson Chum
hits and Ricky Sullivan and
Any Necessary Electrical : Johnson clubbed triples for the;. : t
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HEAT The Sonics bunged/ uull!!) hits lo riutscore -
; GAS HEAT ELECTRIC the Ci\'itantt 2.1-17: in, \Dixie boynloiiKiie -
action Thursday. :May IH. : i iI'
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HEAT PUMPS OIL Mark: Uilliams and ;Mike Southe9.land .:

SYSTEMS clubbed lour hits apiece to lend I'',
SOLAR the winners. Soul her land triplet;
twice :Marvin :Norman-'; lidded"twos ,,
,I triples' and II i double to the winning:
., cauhp'und :Mitch William hit MsfeLy':
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FREE HOME SURVEY I DIRECTIONS: From Starke, Take Highway 301 Brian William\ (collected two hilii
each for the. losing Civitans.MrrchanlHH -
North To Lawtey.. Turn Right On State Road

...ta"Raal "A MR. & MRS.. '225 Go Vi Mile To House Left : -OljmpiannZ '"
: -4 Open On Stephen Spell tossed a two-hitter aft-:
A'HCIIU: Kl'1'TLESSR. You'll See The Open House Sign. Merchants: topped the OI)'mplanai:;
i fi-2 in Dixie: boss play W'ednesdaVVMay
UP'TO EER 1O.2illlllllill YOUSATURDAY&SUNDAY '
: INVITE, : 17. .
L__ CORDIALLY Register for FREE drawing. Sp..l1l1l1o\ted only a harmless ningl$!;
to 1.111'1'Saucer In the fifth Inning and:
91191 1 1ap1i611111 to attend anopenholtsetoceleome.: A KODAK "INSTAMATIC" camera with .film, an Inhide-lhc-park home run to Kenny
II I IIlalllllll the completion of flash-cubes and batteries will be given to some 'lark In the sixth Inning! of the wilt:
IIIU The Merchants: managed( only one
lucky person. Refreshments: .will be served. Gifts hit i la single by: Eddie; Winkler but:;
n for the entire family: made the most of Olympian errors'-.
28,1978 and walks to score their six runs. ': '
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-.o.area ual l You, too,can own a new home' ,the easy, Jim Walter : ': ;. ti

,.'...-...H.._. 01111 I Ie..r way. INSTANT MORTGAGE FINANCING TO QUALI- ij Starke elementary came back fronv
& y' FIED PROPERTY OWNERS. If you can't attend but an opening game loss to win fiv*'
"HHhi1a would like information about building on -- -- straight softball games and take the: ,
your r-:::
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If f property,.please mail the coupon or write, 'today. I JIM WALTER HOMES ,' Ll II softball tournament. .: ,

Please send us your free I ."Jt'i, Starke beat host('Southside In th*, i iPaleM iI
I I would of hornet. Wa rl aformatbnaboulbuildinga I last two" games to win the,: I
I JmWalf&rJACKSONVILLE.it HOME like to have more In championship. -
I e Starke's Tony' Diggs'won the most
SAWYERAir home on our' property. I valuable- player award after an outstanding "
FLA. '32216 '" tourney at shortstop for the
winners. Starke coach Roger Chilson
.. I ..AME.' ., I also pointed out John Francis, Billy
Conditionally Inc. P.O.UoxI696a !. .. '1k. .. 1' Reitz. Kay Allen and Rhonda Sapp for

I their outstanding play in his team'l:
e Air Conditioning Expert 6227 Phillips'lIw -. J ADDRESS I championship: weekend. <

The event was coed with five boys
1 Starke 96477'01L 1-.5.1 South I CITY STATE ZIP I and four girls on the field for alP
teams !Southslde fielded two teams In?
Telephone (or neighbor's the tourney as did :
: Lawtey
f.a PH : ((904)) 733-3250 J I own property'In coun;' I elementary. Starke Hampton and:.
_a -----.J: I.J Brooker all.. entered one team. -


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Walls will go up In Bradford Middle school housing shows enough think that would be the best thin ,, :
" hool before! the fall term opens in In the middle school to house aU of could: .
e 'J tale August but there is no way the current students. No state funds ufag r'eetnnegwith/ MMrs.
board can build enough classrooms" be used ,
at to build new classrooms to a .
t ,.outlying schools to move 8th graders where until a need for the foot point "Until we start )
and
: back to Brooke.lI dragging I see we're not. 1 Wbl Cli1t]
d I. mpton, and space Is demonstrated to the to get the Job done" Gaskins I jr yi. -
i'; wtey by hell ,
.:greed Monday lIght In work Supt. Casey told the board pointed out that additional
11 ,m sslon. Monday night he figures the sewerage will be needed at
11 1\ !''I Though official action will have to ment of walla in the middle )' Elementary once additional* r
.,r ..:be taken later, the school board thus necessitating hallways, will *' are built there The i.
" trgreed with Supt. Tom Casey's crease the space usable for Itud septic tank system is over
r ''suggestion; to put architect Craig What Casey,and thQ board hope now. Principal Jim Duncan

I! tained Salley to classroom work this plan week for on the a self middle--con happen the middle la tha school the number will be outside covered walkways i s 1 } ,: t 411 ._ 1

:'school. Salley is to meet enough to call for enough old A-BulIdlng at the //it
with high
teachers V '
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It t ,and devise a plan to erect walls In the classroom space to build are rotting away and will have !c .7, ,: y4 Fn J.. II 4 4r
,1 1I at Brooker, Hampton, and ... '
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1t :middle school. The plan will be submitted come down this summer 1.1 ,
to the State house the eighth graders from the Director Lennard ''J
Department of .I ', x'*
Education: lying areas. pointed out The board d k I" 1'
Meanwhile the board is ,
sitting : ,
Other than money, the big $405,912 available for members did not mention .,p,
stumbling block to moving eighth but only$199,110 which can be night remodeling the BHS I. ;\
grade back to the \ rlf1"
outlying/ schools. for "
Is remodeling. "
or the gymnasium, but ,
that the county's current inventory of The board is looking October projects are still on the list. ,o' 'J" '-'j'v'J. /' .. .",.,. ."
fore a State Department of [I,; -.r '
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survey team will visit and come &9' .,. ,.\\I..',
FLORIDA with new building priorities. ..... "'"
fully those priorities will Include (HOMENOTES 'If\o.\ '
THEATRE new classrooms at the If I

schools. a' e ""' ., ,,.
f.r Call & Walnut Casey ld he has received $ r y. i 'f : '

: I ___Starke. 964-5451:. .___ assurance from a source In the By wa"# ''J'. \, I .I.
,c Department of Education that tk \\'Ij, ; .,
FRI'SAT'SUN. One building funds canbe used to Mary Yearta .'f I
r; I walls in the middle school. That :" "
904-6260 Ext. 284 r
t: I why Casey said he wanted the __
tect to draw plans for the walls I I. H
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,C : submission to the SDE. Casey .. 8y
J Your Extension .
several County r.
he had
plans
sketched
said he Home Economics Agent Flamable Liquid and Pilot Don't Mix .
1. thought something more YOUR SPICES Light : ,
fessional from the architect l
, submitted to the SDE. should World War II.more and more I parka firemen responded to a t:20: a.m. fire Monday, Tenant John Matslnger was cleaning with a
H .::1 ., 't. '" Casey pointed out, and the have been finding that M. at a borne owned by Dr, Klert Sunduiadee, 124 N: liquid' that caught fire from a pilot light. n.mmablel'Ma
,,1 agreed, the key to the movement hold the key to creativity: in Myrtle, St.. estimated 10.000 damage to the home and
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A stew Is a stew, until it Is 'i'rb, Injuries were '*
graders back reported.
[ to T*
scads with a bay leaf and
some '* .t
is the
space reallocation In and Is given some dashes **
middle
school.
HEAl!! "-c "This is all going to take. lot like marjoram, thyme and Concerned Citizen's Council
t] .caMEltE1M.BS time," said board member and a hint Instant minced Hampton );
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Or, as the Greeks do it-a stick ,
C Gaskins. "There is no way we iVjl.f* "
Or, a splash of *
In curry $$&
'get ready time for school.
'': or chill powder.
, Casey said the walls can go up country now uses 451 million Seeking to Hold Town's Debt Down :
August If the architect begins of spices a year, according to ,: 1
on the plans this week but agreed '.:
and there goes Spice Trade Associa .,
C the new space at outlying schools Is out Per capita, that's three times Preaching against Indebting the loan alternative two a $253,000 FmHA "In other words you don't want ilJI MB 'j
, League [gn the question for next fall. the consumption was right after town of Hampton too deeply, 27 loan, and number three, the bare Hampton to grow and have an excellent -''!,%, :'
An Amtncin International RXoax That Is what the board wants, War II. And the rate continues members of the Concerned Citizen's system, a $157,000 FmHA loan water system?" Mayor? i;
'! the public wants, Gaskins Poundage Is up 60 percent in Council at a two-hour meeting Friday Number one Includes a $262,000 Summers asked. ',' ( ',,}.
PLUS. meaning the transfer of the 10 years alone. night May 20, were seemingly unitedIn FmHA grant, number two a $211,000 */? '
graders back to the outlying months ago the spice associa a drive to vote for the minimum requirement grant and number three a $118,000 "You're saying that going deeply' in **
But Gaskins said moving the surveyed i.ooo homemakers, water system. grant.The. debt is a sign of progress, but It isn't:' 's;:.,
graders now would mean spending a careful cross section: of grants do not have to be repaid; Mrs Jacks retorted. : t'
Urge amount of local money Incomes, age., etc.. and found The 27 Concerned Citizens' first the loans do have to be repaid "I've lived in Hampton 40 years and' :
don't think we should go Into now."I part.of the increased usage of concern in debt. getting, the town too deeply All three alternatives call for a 40- I love it." said Mrs. Pauline Lott. en-':, ,

t 1 want to spend some local attitude have been changing But they also like the minimum required year repayment of the loans at five terlng the discussion for the first time. I
o but let's put it where it's needed system because sign-up Is not percent interest. > "We want to change the water '
most" majority of women said they mandatory.The The city council has not yet decided system, but we don't have to have<,
',- Gaskins said walls !In the spice to be "everyday' discussion will continue at whether to subsidize the system. something like New York City.".Mrs. '; I'
a I' school are the number. one of cooking not simply another ,"rally" tomorrow (Friday, More users would also trim the cost Lott referred the financial crisis of t
now or for "special 28) at 7:30 in the town hall. per user on each of the alternatives. the nation's largest city, which required
." Most of the May p.m. The engineers a federal bailout ,.
He also suggested taking respondents T.hen'wn'"June 8 the Hampton city reported 155 users ?" ?
economics, typing and arts asked. for more Information on ,council )lt' connected to the'water system now. Council '' alsov'
a "water Chairman'
Ted,
3J101 D JYI.JN a qaf es eut Hie'hel bite doll4s' and how,to use theoK which i.l cell sponsoring with 210, possible on the first and Curtis .
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... .m a7gOpnl.lgthejowohalL, came..LAJor.lMlme verbal ,
'. ; : ..fe J out the series-wo second' alternatives' punches<<
Ss ", diplbM f 4tnll: to *.* T';At theple 8 session the three options which "would tj'l'
'. ,curl"" culum. today will be of Interest f/will{ be Discussed,. 'r' '''" allow more expansion of the water, "1 thought you and t the rest of tr.rA
I.: .. Starke 964 7484-_ "1 think kids fn of our readers. Incidentally. / On June 19 the some-240 Hampton system. council had more sense than to go t
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... through the eighth grade have are some of the other findings 'voters will get a chance to go to the The minimum system being pushed half a million," Mrs. Jacks thit
I '; FRI 'SAT'SUN MON business learning home the average homemaker as she 'shops, and mark on a ballot their preference by the Concerned Citizens Council Curtis
typing and arts and crafts," to spices: of the three alternatives. would use the existing well, but Include "I haven't changed ,
board member Vernon j"I '* tried 20 different spices minimum a new pump, hydropneumatic Chairman ..tmelhjn"'
I: I The system required Curtis replied. :!"
,David Carradine'DEATHSPORT" has 17 spice hand. tank and lines no larger than four
should learn on '
"K-8 math
'; would require no subsidy and cost a still has to' be done about the water "
English and history. The other uses more kinds of spices user a minimum of $9.30 per month Inches. It would serve everyone presently system" Curtis did Indicate'', ,i
I'I In should be taught In high she did five years ago. based on 155 customers The system on the system with possible however he has changed his mind ', ,
Parmenter said.Fermenter use spice more frequently with fire protection would cost $13.60 connections for those close to one of about the half million dollar Invesl-i j.1' 1
the mains. Adding fire
also complained cents month if the protection ment and. ;
I; per city council Instead thinks the 7"
calls spices later would be a major cost, the d,
"very! Important"
board should have been working subsidizes the system by $5,000; have residents would be wiser to adopt the "' t*
the situation before May. Casey cooking. without the subsidy the'maximum engineers explained.Mrs. ,minimum system. ,,>
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PLUS. no one anticipated moving the use" spices primarily to' system would cost $16.40 per month Helen Jacks secretary of thegroup Curtis said he was wrong about the V .
grade in a year, but said It. would it. flavor and secondarily: to for 150 users. With 210 customers who night presided; said over the the Concerned"rally"Friday investment adding that he is .'. ',.-
done as soon as possible. alternative!one would cost users $9.70 Citizens realize wiling to resign if the rest of the ,t"
most to something has to be
likely spices
use to with the$3.000 subsidy,$11.70,without. council will with r
I'I. "We're not going to do It In a done to improve resign him: For" that '
*, casserole, Hampton's water '
roasts,. t
now" added Casey The same water system, but system statement Curtis drew a round of M,[ I'
poultry. "
without fire (alternative f
protection applause '
In answer to Chairman .
favorite nationality foods are I "We are not against bringing the ,' \1
would with
number two) cost $1160 *Jt>
Parrlsh's question. Casey said chili,.and lasagne; the $5,000 subsidy, based 150 system up to minimum standards, but "We've dot to quit fighting among ';*
I I. would be possible to borrow up a. home canner The number on we don't want to put the town too ourselves' Mrs. Lott then stated *""\
$108000! 0 In short term ', a baker and most customers two system deeply in debt." said Mrs. Jacks. Mrs Jacks reiterated her earlier.' '
would cost $14 30 month with 150
,. funds by pledging local monies per stand)1
cookies cakes and pies. There are no dollars in the present : ;
without the
j Y repay the loan. The board ,baking spice are used customer subsidy city budget with which to subsidizethe "You're not buying fire protection''
Number two would cost $8.:30 with thesubsidy
however,than such a Chapter 237 by
buying fire
often In cookies and pies. proposed water system said Mrs. hydrants. }
" ', I R would not be made unless every" adds spice: to packaged and $10.20. without for 210 Jacks. The city council raised the "There's not a person here I'm Frp:
I "Joyride"Desi effort Is exhausted.. foods. users.Alternative number marshal's salary and put the budget fighting I'm fighting a thing "'or .
cc) Arnaz.Jr. Robert Carradine "Pat you wouldn't go for a 231 week we will start a series of Includes one totalling FmHA $100 into the red. one citizen pointedout. once, we've got to fight for the good of, :I ..
$554.000 a $311,000 "
Anne lockharl Melanin Griffith to get walls In the middle school "profiles." the town.
i
.' I board member Gaskins asked. f ,;
|I ,in AmeiiCiin International' Release -
"Not until ever)! other fund ;<
been exhausted/ Mrs. I

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