Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04158
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 1, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04158
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I f 'Residents Have Mixed Emotions New City Hall For StarkeArea / :"' : j

resident nave mixed people here,and they!: have no Income, Brandon Cave agreed it new _; resident who live In St rke, but did make a nlc* appearance. cured and the architect reworked the
emotions about a new city hall with things are too high now. Starke I II a hall I Is needed, as King M it doc n not want to give his name Rev Levy Lennon said be felt the plan reducing the. le from tile
man agreeing Starke ha outarown ghost Iowa, but a good ghost town"Other : raise the electric rat*. "Things are.. Alice Arwood .* the Idea of citizen have not had enough Input original 7.200 square foot area by
what wa the old school Ixntt* but items that need'au.ention too high now" be added. new city hall 1 It tine and It should be Into the building plans. "People are about 1,800 square feel
wondering If the city can Afford a new According to Murray are tearing down A Starke resident who didn't want,to built to be adequate for years to come. & to do what they want to anyway
,building. condemned businesses and "old give her name, said "keep the city'f going!!, said Lennon, Loan approval hal already been received I
In on-the-rtreet Interview and a ragged houses" all over town. we have now, the amount of Ruby Pahnka and Josephine Fifty year resident of? Starke Mrs. for$300,000 from Florida State
telephone survey conducted Monday, One resident who live Just outsklo money needed to build is too high!' 'JGumber' ,who both work InStarke said E.M Davis summed up her feeling Bank. Payment on that loan would be ,
May 29, people were asked if Starke the city limits said Starke needs anew Starke residents for eight years, i I 'the present city hall small and in a "we certainly need one,but where am 125,000 annually added to annual pay. j ,
needed! a new city hall and cOlts of building to replace "that ancient New'England Motel owners said the 1,., bad location The city needs some the dollars coming (mm." menu of$20.000 for the recently eat tin
financing the new building. thing" Another area of concern old city hall Is sufficient "The city 1* thing that II going to last and looks Bids are to be opened during the elf Insurance program for the city. If
"If they con afford lt. let them buildit though Is dog control, both inside the not that big that a new one is needed. halfway decent, they agreed. Starke regular council meeting, Tuesday an existing 11,000 loon is paid off, th. .'
," said vegetable grower Buck city and In the county. Marlon things are .high enough." .JR; 1 II growing, they said. we need June 6. Bids have been patponeiseveral Increase 11the budget would' torn t
Murray, '"There are plenty of retired Wllliford added. "1 like the one! we got," sida.I ,''- something like the courthouse that time while financing wa se- $34,000. '.

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4 T t 46th Issue Thursday,June 1. 1171 OUV I I
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I., 'r- T'"I ,,eaq/I/ 1 i} Concerned Citizens of FJ4..HlS Confident; "'+w "' : ;;I j'j'i ',

k _' _' t Of. Minimum System Approval 'i. t\' \ ;/JS I

r kA"i Twenty-seven 'members of the month based on 1SS customers. The 1
Hampton Concerned CItizens Council more advanced system with lire n
met to discus the controversial water protection (Alternative No. I); would 1 ,1(
," system issue again Friday, May 28, cost $1360 per month If the city ,\
r and confidence wa the prevailing council subsidizes the system by ; "'M
mood. $,.000; without tha subsidy this sytem I r'
I( ,, The citizen group I Is pushing for would cost $16.40 per month for 1M .
alternative number three, the$275,000 users With 210 customers alternative
proposal the minimum Improvement one would cost users $9.70 with the i ;
required to bring the system up to ".000 subsidy, $11.70 without. '.
l'' federal Department of Environ Alternative number two is the same ":,

..':< mental Regulation (DER) water system as number one, but
t i L .c.," ,.. standard. The City Council, with the without fire protection. This system '
'M exception of the Chairman Ted Curtis, would cost$11.60 with the subsidy and t J
,r has hopes that ,alternative number customers, $14.30 without. For 210' '
; at F; one a $573,000 system that would Inclue customers,. number two would cost
L fire protection and the poa- $8.30 with the subsidy. and $10.M
N x sibility future expansion, will pas*. without
A referendum vote will be held June Alternative number one requlrea at311.000
Southside fifth grader Troy Townsend hurdles an obstacle during field day r 13. FmHA loan and a $262.000
"ft'. The city council I Is sponsoring a grant; number two has a$235,000 loan
I .i water meeting next Thursday June 8, ,and a $211,000 grant, and number : '
at 7:30: p.m. to more fully explain the
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.. review of the three alternative
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3) would require no subsidy and
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largest class ever to graduate from Bradford High chool will receive '
I their diplomas at commencement ceremonies Friday, June 0. I.
t At that time, the Bradford Memorial Stadium will fill with parents, teachers
< ,. ... and friends to watch the 285 graduates receive their diplomas from SUperIntendent .
... ...;.\i;;; "" ."'-..-.. of Schools Tom Casey.
Three seniors will speak at the 8 p.m. ceremony as co-valedlctorlans and
A determined Randy Thompson hustles along: the bar during field day salutatorian.Carolyn Violet Roller and Michelle Coe Gulllon were chosen as co- ,
events at Southslde Elementary, valedictorians because they both have 3.9 grade point averages and similar
accomplishments. Linda Dale Richardson was chosen salutatorian because of I
+ her 3.7 grade point average. I
r '!n T e1E ,A ,J I .,. Also speaking at the ceremony will be Terry Brown, former BHS student and I
AYw present president of the student body at the University of Florida. Brown i alsoa '
Carlton Johnson (right) nip J.C.; Bradley at the finish line In the sixth grade law student at UF,
g 800 yard run at Lawtey elementary school's field day, Monday,May 29. Rev. Charles R.Swartz will bring an inspirational message to the commencement ,
1h' m ..Ct ti services. He is minister at Madison Street Baptist Church.

:i- : ..::::!-i- ,.... f- : The National Anthem will be sung by Carol Milner. .
-.:.. ... .. Wearing the colors of scarlet and grey, the high honor student with a 3.5 to a '
,:. : "':;:;.=:::r.;:i':::::' Lawtey, Southside Students Enjoy Field Day 4.0 grade point average will wear a gold tassel. The students with a 3.0 to a 3.4
.' grade point average will wear a silver tassel. The rest of the student will wear
.1'.i -:: :::;;::.:....:. the traditional scarlet and grey tassel. ,.
:/ -;-:1'J".I.- Lawtey elementary school let all of fun and games. Physical Kd: Instruc- students at Southside Klementary The pop ensemble will sing the class song "The Way We Were," but the j
!:: Its 350-odd students play. hookey tor Buddy Paterson and other School participated In "Anything seniors best sum up their feelings with these words:
:' Friday May 26. teachers at the school ran the meet 'Goes"Frlday. May 26. ..
."....,' ..... i-.:.. ';: The kids ran and Jumped, and had that included individual as well as The students spent the entire day now Is a time to remember,time to plan
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r.;. Thursday, June I sack races and tug-of-war matches team relay races and a sack race and outside taking part In relay games, a placing my future In God s handsa
: and just had a whale of a time. The tug-of-war. water conservation game, an obstacle time for enriching my life with friends; i .
kicker is the teachers and administration Each event Was broken Into grade course requiring tennis balls stuffed a time for beginnings; a time for ends; ,
Choral Concert ( at the school organized this school groupings and classmates competed Into a sock (representing stuffed a time for being kind and gentle; I 'I "
7i30p.m. day without school for their kinder with and against each other in ,an sausage) to be moved by different a time for being sentimental;
BHS Auditorium garten through seventh grade pupils. atmosphere of competitive friendship students from the monkey bars overa a time for doing all those things I ,
The event was called Lawtey field wall and along the parallel bars .to that have thus far been only dreams; .
Saturday.June :3 I day and included a full school day of Over 200 fourth and fifth grade Mama! Rosa's Pizza House. a time to create and express; \ I
slime struggle with unrest: M
a time for laughter; a time for sorrow. '
Garage Sal. WELL FED BOARD NODS APPROVAL alas! how quickly now becomes tomorrow, I

BC Volunteer FD Ladlci I ,;

Weldon Monday.am2pm.' a,Grant Jun." S Sf.,.'., ',' All Hospital Salaries Raised To At Least Minimum Wage ; J I'.;j jl,

\ In a new format Bradford County about $4.000 a month to the budget, approval. Drewa explained if the ..\\1<
trustees dined while prearranged in an ; I
Comm Hospital said Drewa. authority was 1'1 ( ,
BC; County : approving several (terns, including Other personal policies approvedwere emergency a special meeting would '1 ,
.;, :':: ,,1{. : t:30a.m.ElksElkettes'... ., .. minimum' wage for employees. changing the pay period not.have to be called. Sanders asked I ,
;;. ., Thursday. May 25. In a first meeting effective June 26. Board members for a lower maximum before the vote, a,
,.',: with the management firm. hired agreed with Drewa the payment of but received no support I
;'/ :.>Covered''. Dish,7 p.m.' ,",''., In April. two extra days in, lieu of a salary In- Also approved unanimously without \ I
: /. .Meeting. (p.m.. : Trustees were served filet mignon, crease effective immediately wouldbe comment was rate Increase for {
baked potato, salad, brocoll with a good morale booster. medical ancillary charges as labora-
.. .Tuesday June cheese sauce, and pecan pie on the Also initiated was new personal tory fees and x-ray charges. Negotiated J
,' same type hospital tray used In other leave policies for both rescue unit personnel with Blue Cross officials the increases -
!" facilities managed by Methodist and other employees effective did, not include a higher cost I '
J' Starke Council .. Hospital Corporation (MHF). July 1. Drewa said the new policies .for room rates which were raised last ,
,' 7 p.m. MHF president Marcus Drewa said would "simplify" matters and get alli.he fall to $79 for a semi-private room. (
;?\ the trays with an Insulated cover were personnel policies under control. and $75 for a private room. There '.. .
,: BCAthlsticAssoc. :" jess expensive than heating carts and The board also unanimously were no, questions from the board :.f '
.' Pop Warner Meeting ),. would cost about seven cents per approved roof repairs up to 14000. members about the rates.
7130 p.m \ '. meal. The board used plastic knives Drewa said an earlier bid of $13,900 In other business the board received 1 >'
Civil' Defense Bldg.. and fork and disposable glasses for was received from a Gainesville firm. a copy of the financial statement for r
,. aA f- '.' lu r,4twr.WednosdayJune7 tea. which Drewa said would also He said another roofer had been con- the month of April. Drewa said it + 09tR J '

lower costs since washing Is tacted and Indicated the job could be would be August before a,complete ,I ,e.,.
eliminated He said the management done for $3.000 or 4.000 less if postponed financial. statement would be avail- t'.: i
team would work toward.the..use of until cool weather. Drewa said able. He said In some areas different .. ''
BC School Bd.' such trays. ,since the roof had waited this long accounting( procedures are now being Ii "1
4 p.m. I Board members approved unanimously another three or four months would used and where the hospital was Bradford. County HesplUI Inulees carved their steak with plastic knives '1j1.
': ., without discussion, bringing not matter. Administrator Tony Rose showing a $44,408 profit year to date and fork during a dinner' -meeting Thursday, May W. f ,(j''-
.. personnel salaries up to minimum said there were no leaks in the patient It was actually a $84,991 loss. -
I:. standards discussed in the April rooms, but leaks in the old obstetrics On the adjusted profit and loss Shown Vr) sect chairma.'George' .haro rd; Methodist Hospital .... ..* 'kl'"
the (!SommunityAccwdin I meeting. Minimum wage was set at section were "real bad. statement 'some Items ,were treated president Marcus Drew*; trustee.Joseph 8t.bensarandDa.Williams. N

&tatr II a" kI $2.65 per hour; minimum wage with Drewa, however, asked for different In April than in previous The Insulated trays and platie .t nili! vied'would cat down aa the seed for ."
uniform allowance set at $2.71 per authority to go ahead with the roofing owing a $48.691 loss for an expensive beating art *.. washing. costs said Drew,
; nurse salaries if an situation arose amount required to bring allowance !J :
Nxo IKMTM U_ established at $840 per month, plus J Trustee Curtis Sanders questioned If for doubtful accounts to is percent of

P..rao.r..n Y--1Iyo 1__..C.rf. shift differential where applicable.The ..',,the roofing was going to wait until fall account receivable.. The largest more HOSPITAL... ,(See. Page) 'f l
new salary schedule would add why was' the, time pressure for single Hems listed ss over budget for N. *",u," N If '

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I Little Women Hold Dance May 13

The Little Women's Club held a runner-up were Joey Herres and. fj dal.,9qje fPfl7w Jf WJ !

dance Saturday night May 19, at the Vlckl Norman. The winner were .
elub';house with disc jockey Paul each given 19 Mrs. Chris Wilson. was'' r
Sebastian,from WAPK Jacksonville, judge.
The Little Women would like to tJ ': :
providing the music. fmiJ'iooi'p 4fJe, .t, lory 964.7608'. ,
Door prises were awarded to thank all the merchants who donated
Robbm Wadsworth, Penny Gaines, prizes, cups and lea.

Bridget Fields Mike Andrews, Karen Jackson Honored With
Melissa. Eaves Mike Adrldge. lUcky Mrs. David Montgomery was in
I Nugget. Kathy Flendenson! Lisa: Lake City last Wednesday and Two
; ...n enon. herri Norman uvutteI' Thursday visiting her mother, 'Mrs.ILL. .' >,
Reddise l Mark Box. Alan Ashllne, Tolbert and her sister", Mrs. "
Randy Manning and Debbie Kite.. William., Phebua of .EvantvflJa, ,,Ijod.' .Miss. Karen Jackson, .whp the honoree and the'two mothers also
I Prizes were furnished! by local.mer. > '1n J'tllpto4nY Andrews will be.anwventof gave the bonoree.. .a'cuI.glase'Woted.aka
: chants.: : ." .. ten. '' stand; ,
'. .spent U e''past : :4wu> 23, was;honored{ at xwo'fpotrtles'Inittul'pe.htveek .
;Winner. *of:the A ana* cohipit were. taingMep.( : .and Mr i'L>I.lCpmp'< : ;' : .,'.;. Assisting In tfu-vintf.and.tearing tor:
: ;LainarEurtce. : and Sar BiggC Pint M t*f : SmYrMf Berktb. !' :; ,:' ','>.. ","Mh Jame* EIdoia, Hardy gAv6'aI'eofnk'tlatwdaymorning' the guests ,

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Jr., Miss L1aa
.. .' .. : ,' Jackson: .at tor home) on aI"treet.; (:
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'. /'.:Mr.V George PIereegreeted.. the
. '. .. ,guests'! at.the.door Standing .In tho Invited to call
. line' tho honoree her
ayI receivtwi were a.m. and 12
'. '. Jackson and ; F ', t tf4
; ; ..m tller. 'Mrs. Leroy ,
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: :'., :. : ',' .> ,' ; '. mother! of' the prospective groom Miss .laCbon:
1;; .:, .. Mrs..Enrhr.Andrews. >.* bridal shower
': < .' 'Mrs. Douglas' Hardy mvltect\tbe given by Mrs.
:,, ; .. : .I WElGBTWATCHERs guests Into the dining room where the' her home on
. refreshment table was covered within A blue color: I
15th APNIVERSAflY imported embroidered cloth'' and the party dec:<
centered with a Waterford crystal The
.J.!; inrr GE'I'TBE GIFT. bowl filled with rotes. Mrs. Dave' with a white
k'. 1)I IIs1mKA.Ia INw at the sliver punch bowl where
.*OON.KITAILVALU8 ment of yellow
( ( : Iced mocha coffee was served and
In the sun room Mrs. Gayle Strick diver candle r .
,land and Mrs. Steven Kelley of The punch ,p 1
Jacksonville, aunts of the prospective blue '."','.,
: Sp95 groom, presided at the punch bowl. shasta daisies. ;.
,, The punch table was covered with a The 21 guests i u{ Ift
lace and dacron cloth and the cut, prices and t
:,, oo.oTOroJanlNl. rmCONMCUTIW glass bowl encircled with day lillles, party hours.
t ere AMD HOT I.MTft
At paints of Interest I in the party .with a five 4 a 1'
You get the gift- nd you rooms were arrangements of cut chosen silver
..t, get more. You get six million flowers hanging baskets and, the occasion.
.hours of classroom experience blooming plants. Assisting
,, i worldwide. For fifteen years The hostess presented corsages: to and Mrs. Jack

we've been teaching people
''1J. (i'.' how to control their weight A.i/Son/a fen/y/ Honored Af :

Program teaches The CJ tty home en Searing Street balanced with
\a I .;; you to enjoy. 'foods you never was the setting for a bridesmaid large gold
.. ''" thought you could eat and luncheon Monday,! honoring Miss Two dining
1'1-10 still loss weIght. Sonya Tenly whose marriage to Andy; family room far t
: '.' So drop everything. Baldree will be an event. of this Friday were centered
'\\,1 +!'I'. Join Weight Watchers today evening. multicolored:
."IIJI'(: .. and celebrate' with u.. Hostesses for the event were the covered with
....,'r'' d;t bride's and
paternal Mrs.
Offer grandmother, yellow
"xeit'5:ift, t II Inpaniclpatlnpareeaonly.good until June 30,1978 Edmond D. Tenrjrj Sr., and her aunt marked the ... Riherd-WC. Douglas, J r:.
,. Mrs. Joan Chitty. the 24 guests.
S. FormoralnformationCall' ) Upon arrival Miss Tenly her ferns and
27 Intake
';'... tolllr..1-8000342-11155. mother. Mrs. Sonny Tenly/ and the Informal May Butler ,, ,
/ II, "' groom-to'be'a mother, Mrs. Charles and seasonal "
,',,. Losing weight never WEIGHT Baldree were all presented with corsages vantage points of Miss Mary Brooke the groom, and Bill War'd. all'''.of
"' for the occasion. Guests! were William: Culberth Ala.; Gary W. Scivigen 'of
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& ;' tasted .0 g ood .. Assisting in Ala. and
Thomas Riherd
served In the living solemnized ;
.: !! V'II'AI.' .. ....... ppetizers i was May 27
Jrz'h.. a: room as they arrived. the guests were First Baptist Church of of Lake Butler, brother of the bride.
.'.1'. The AuthorityTHB The bride and bridesmaid's! table In' and Mrs. with the Rev. Melvin The bride wore an heirloom gown of
.: '.'\J : '. the dining room was covered with an' Among the gu by the Rev. Kent .candlelight peau de sole satin i and
: army-navy cloth over a: pink liner. Sweat;.and at the. ceremony. Venetian lace featuring a sweetheart
': \ ': "w\-Vffir": ,",__ CLOSE TO LOSING WEIGHT' 'Centering the table was. a large Is the daughter'of Mr. neckline,.lace .i sert. sleeves and a
.gt'l" of and red of the cathedral train belonging to her
arrangement roses Riherd of Lake.
pink on Markey
: : ;":(. Rec. Center .. : .: .,:' : a silver stand., large bride doll was .Shannon' ,grand : Is the son of Mr mother. Her 'c.Mpellengtb veil was'
., :. : '. .: .. .. ..: . :'IstUradal nee end of the\ buffet.and .be.. ; : CulberthDouglps.of {'attached!! {4 a ea..elot.eap. of lace.;'She '
'. . .:, .... .. .. Pratt Street .. . : : V '.' carried ..bouquet of.white. rosebuds :
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: : attendants Included Miss{ ; ; :
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berim'arks i ,,Fur'n' .,, following officers'to: .sat'vewith: -Mrs.Camp" .. the;lnstItIJ tlon: "-wwe? best1 man. County Hi -School'Lake J BuUer At-. : f
'. : : : .first -vtceprnidentFaye; -:Next'meeting : \ { 1 tended 'Texa..a4stiad. l/niverslty '
; father trf- the .
: Bowman;; iedond.vicerestdent'AnnSchulz .. .June22.Ritchie. .. : ; ''Douglas, :I Brother-(' '.and -received' a Bachelor Of,Science '. '
t ;b' Y''SA'lFl.lirt ; : ; Secretary; Velda' .Cardini; ,: ., dtefee In textile design from Auburn .
( ord.: farke''i "
( treasurer Lucille Shuf 'Moving"Forward . University.' She. was previously'- .
In the New I'W Year"was .'.' : af '. : .employed In- the campus ministry of .' .
the theme used by Mrs. Robinson for : : : .: --Campus:Crusade for, Christ at. the "
installation) and ,she also reiterated '. : '
y. > University' 'of North. Carolina'. In
on the club's responsibilities. Chapel Hill.Mr. '
Mrs;'Camp gave a small token to basebaU.and volleyball Douglas Is a graduate of Davidson -
the officers of the past year In appreciation High School Mobile Ala., and has
tenth birthday
; .president.for their Club support members to her presented as club May Mrs. 'n.Maurice when with table a on white the lace sun a from Bachelor:Auburn of University.Arts Degree Mr.in Douglas History

has worked Minister of
party for him i with a cake in the previously as
CLEW> GPGC) at their home Ice cream and other Youth In Brewton Presbyterian:
served. Church, Brewton Ala., and Cottage
I 'I[ party were Ritchie's sister Hill Presbyterian Church, Mobile,
r \ 4.J. r Mrs. Fred Wheeler. Ala. He was recently employed In the
UNCLE I HN'S'OLD campus ministry of Campus Crusadefor

Christ 'at Arkansas ,State Uni..
n Lawsons vertlty In Jonesboro Ark.
Mr and Mrs 50th
SANDWICH SHOPPE announce the Darlene Shirley
Sandwiches Salads Ice cream Nicole Rose June' 17'
General Shower Honoree
OPEN FOR BREAKFAST 8:30 Paternal H. Alton Lawson will

J 864-6840 Mrs. Richard Golden Wedding anni Miss Darlene Shirley, July 8 bride-
t l Maternal ,June 17, from 4 to 6 elect of Arnnie Gibson, was honored
f'1J' Bradford Squir Stirk. Mrs. M-A. reception given at the at a kitchen shower Tuesday night
h Baptist Church May 23. given by Janet Montgomeryand
k iF'H by. their children and her mother. Mrs. David Mont-
4 i gomery at their. home on Powell
requests the pleasure of Street.
DOLLAR An arrangement of red roses and
gardenias was used in the' living.'
.room; .
Carter On arrival the guests autographedan

Thursday, Friday First Shirley.apron. which was presented. to Miss

brazier A number of riddles 'were 'read
JUNE 1.2 May 22 .which 'pertained to Items used in a
\\f \ ..kitchen and for each correct answer
P.' the honoree was given a prize which
Colleen Carter cele- 'was the answer to the riddle. '
CHILI. first birthday Sunday After the bride-elect opened her.
; "c.f'i" {' 22, at a family party gifts a dessert course was served..A.
and replica of a miniature Iron cooking pot
parents, Mr. Mrs.
rter and daughter Amy served as a nut cup and also Contained,

,00'05'' at Klngsley; Lake. 'a was"pot given.luck"'number for which" a prize- ,

; .. ''lt .S "' of the family and.' : Miss and Shirley.a cook book was presented by the hostesses.a corsage -

\ -' the occasion be- Mrs. Frank Shirley mother of the .
... 4 and 6 p.m. Including honoree and Mrs.fay Purvis mother'
; .. 1:1: : ; : and
: t : grandparents; .of the prospective grrom were among
: .": tLu. 7 '" '. t1 r of Lawtey.. ; .. '..hose attending'':'Also attending were
-AmnI..ISter'IrOndaTlna: and Gina- I
,were given favors. ..of// Gibson of Starke..Out..ltown''gueett '
Wi how hdvi gN'o tf 1aro.st 'of riein.re'lor.n
L echpe .tit-9oj nWdyre candy Included: 'Mrs:: TM.; Dampier and
S F dW.very' Stoftarid cnopse.onejuai:( ignt.fo{yoii. *. hooi.*. Bestol.'fil. tn..y're on daughter, Cindy, sister and niece of '
r 5'91. $ you a v.. ... ? bride-elect..Mra.. Sidney Smith
i,aunt of Miss Shirley and Mrs. Ben'Henries '
+ 'dale" A'5' .J -Io9 all of Jacksonville.
$ Priced As Low : : .. .
.* .. : :DISCOVER.. .
x'xSPecoIFor' 06.

j Fyo.tber's So v .UTO' $ IRO.P.. ACTics' .' :. ... 'COUNTY. .THE BRADFORD TELEGRAPH t,

.... ,I lfe ing need- .'Published Thursday '
1fA,1'irn9'1ruIiri/nfprNrwdf then
; Ii chlropractles at 135 W.C Street
you. Headaches.
Starke.; Florida 32091 .
% : arm
1 : j' d4eMtAr tfpRegTUAE rr .and back "
i eomtt- Class.
A double Delicious Treat) Two Exclusive Formula Just some of the .Second .postage<< paid..
'at Starke FloridaKatMcrlptlonRatoi
.Topped With Our c Own; Brazier ChlH: Mustard\ .,.And .k has' helped, 1&. :

Plplnd Mot Bun For; Only'VXJQl; ,ftovf.At ." ..your 'answer. to la :- .
th. CompUmenu area 117 per
434 W,. .q l1 5t; R.E.. Uopion, year; 14 six months
1401 N. Temple'Ave.:.. -$. Starke.. Call'. Outside trade area!(f 8 j
Phone 964-5827 t64- OU. ; per y *ri |4..SO sl,.month" ,

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Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Smith of :.' "
Stoke announce the engagement andapproaching L ,4
marriage of their i f fv Applications For The GED Tests Are Being TakerfA:.
daughter Eoline Anita to WitlMun 44 ::
Edwin Maus(,son of Mrs. Sue Hardy At The Bradford .Union Area Vocational Technical1 -
',,', Of Orange Park and. W.E. Maust Sr. i ,,: ,\', '
of,Ashland, Ky. Center.
\.--sTh*. wedding win take place 1 f i '
'. Saturday June 3f at I p.m. in the The Deadline For Applications Is.Jim* 5. 197& : ''": "
: Starke Church of God. '
All friends and relatives are invitedto N sI Call 964-6150 For Information :, ,.,:, "
>> attend.
'. r l Examinations Are Scheduled I
} ""I U f/, ,; n a in"iI June 12.15

;, :" The WAINWRIGIIT REUNION 'j 1st ., June 16 From 8:30: A.M.12:30: P.M. "
Wainwright families
plan a .;
,. reunion Sunday. June 4, at the Civic '
Center. In Lake Butler (turn at caution 1 .
light, go down two blocks to lake). +4 ;
:., A picnic lunch will begin at 1 p,m.v 1l"ld" !' t L
Ith a business meeting following. Wo Still Have Plenty Of
y\\\\ friends and relatives are Invited rnV
to Attend. ." 'I

YARD SALE, ; &. Large, Georgia
The Ladles Auxiliary of. the Starke r "
Church of God will have a yard sale "
4 ;
Saturday June 3, 9 a.m. to 3 p,m. at .
..,.. ,
419! N. St. Clair Street. ; I

Kindergartners Learn About LibraryStarke '3 p8'81c! 7"T: Fresh I"" ?
To Meet J.une 7 Elementary School kindergarten students Library director Dan Smith tells 30 children In Mrs.
visited the Bradford County Public Library Wednesday, Deborah DUon'l class how records can be checked out for Peaches J30'Lb.
W.T Week's chapter, UDC, will May 24.to hear a story aDd learn about the library listening enjoyment 79c Lb: ,EYE .
have a covered dish luncheon and I
801 For
installation Wednesday. June 7, at 11 s.60.D PEAS
a.m. at the Kingsley Lake home of -----._---- ----------------------------- d I :
Mrs. W.B. Mundy. Co-hostesses will pareona e COKES
be Mrs. Charley Johns and Mrs.Guy Correction Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Dr. and Mrs. J.P. Young Jr. of Fresh 39 ",
Sale. Mark Overslrect and family have moved Jacksonville were weekend giicsm of I ,
and Mrs. Hamilton and
Mr. from Starke to:their new home at. Mr. and Mra. C.G. Hill at Kingsley Lb.
,children of Tampa spent the weekend Keystone Oaks;not the Grady Over Lake.
-t.f1-b ..t.t4t with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N.B. streets,as stated In last weeks paper.. ,
Rosier In Lake Butler and also visitedhis We're sorry..for the error. Drew Barry of Birmingham, o t. ,
r ,.Nnrlva! parents, Mr. and Mrs, Sherrod Southern College, Ala. Is home for the ,' :
: Hamilton, in Starke Sunday EL.Malthtws.accompanledby his summer. SHRIMP I .j'
riser Mrs. H. B. McLendon, and Mrs.
Billy K. and Nancy Smith of Starke Mrs. Sue Wilkins of Doravllle. Ga. Alice Meister, of Orlando, attended OYSTERS i'
announce the birth of a daughter, and James. Hamilton of Chamblee, the graduation of Mark Meister from Mr. and Mrs. George Wt Brown
Sonya Michelle, born May 23 at have had as guests during the week.
Ga. were Thursday to Monday guestsof Gulf Breeze High School last week.
Alachua General Hospital '< Sherrod Hamilton. end at their home at Kingsley Lake:
Mr. and Mrs. Gulf
While in Breeze they were guests
Mr. and Mrs. L.M Stoner of
the late Ocala.
Paternal grandparents are Normanrs Farm I
They all spent Saturday at Daytona of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Meister.
Miss Rove Heller of Clearwater Mr.
Underhill of Starke.
Paul and Ora Nell Beach. ,
is of
Mark the grandson Mrs.
Maternal grandparents are Mrs. and Mrs. Tom Baldwin and son, '
Bell and the late Bell of .McLendon and Mrs. Meister. and the Johnnie of Orange Park. Bill Ilelmey Produce
Louise Ray Mr. and Mrs Lyle Kemp of New great nephew of Mr. Matthews. &
Bethel Road. ?. ; Smyrna Beach were Tuesday over and Mr.and Mrs. Norman Kigdnn and

night guests of Mrs. A.J. Barry and Douglas Seymour of Miami and son Rex of Brown Jacksonville Starke.and. Mr and Mrs. Seafood Market :
-- their parents, Mr, and Mrs. ,J.D.
Mrs. H.L. Tolbert of Lake City' and Seymour during the weekend.Mr. Society editor note: Trying to con- 617 N. TompU 964 *O7T
!J..J< ., .. .; Mrs. William Phebus of Evansvllle vince myself it Is not really as hot as It
Ind. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook and seems after all my CHRISTMAS OPEN 830 am 6 pmMori
Mrs. JC.: Kesterson of Neptune David Montgomery and family on Mr* and Mrs. J.B. Bakken were cactus IS blooming I shouldn't argue Sat ( 11I
Beach was weekend guest and Mrs. Saturday and Sunday. Also .visitingthe fishing Saturday to Monday at Stein- with Mother Nature. 11 I

L.N. Pickering, Montgomerys Saturday for a hatches !".. 'c.' .. .. .... I ,'II'
dinner Mrs. Ivan Niblack '" '''- '_il"J't\! ', "
family were ; "
Mr. and Mrs Charles Cox of and Mrs. H.T. Downing of Lake City I' ( '"J" ,. "'".'*P.':"'1' ', >. ,
Huntington. W. Va. are visiting their Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bell of Wellborn Mrs. Jane Ward of Cocoa Beach Is .tI"'f" "', ( ; .
daughter Ms. Margaret Hardee and Fla., Mrs. W.A. Bell of Baldwin and spending this week with her daughterand f ,
grandson Darrln Hardee for a week. Mr. Andy Bell and daughter Miss family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard \ j
( <
Mrs Hardee will return with her Susan Bell of Jacksonville. Welty. : s', \

parents for two weeks vacation. J. & ._ .. \ ,

: Attending the Gateway Council '- \\'t: ..''' ,; !
II: senior girl scout banquet at the 'Sea' ..4r.. ", ,i1r"." .W4} ..Y .a* Hf.t<,. .si, '. \ k,
: Turtle Jacksonville Beach: on i ; ( "",," -

:.":..-,.".S"Y.lIstechrl'loonl",[ wereJWr.,and; daughter, and Mrs,"5 :1" '
" 1rr't .7b
Catherine, Mrs. R.S. Mullins and 7 ,
daughter. Patty, Lynne Johns and .;n ,n r t r1t4
Eugenia Whltehead. r
4e LevI'S.r. :
Capt. and Mrs. John Mvers returned ,

Saturday from two weeks vacation Panatela ." ;" J1,..' I
in South Florida and in the
Bahamas.Mr. .:,( '" : !.

and Mrs. Guy Andrews ... ....
attended the funeral of her sister-in- '
law Mrs. Nancy Sanders In West \4 I

Virginia on Saturday.Mr. t

and Mrs. W.L. Thomas spent '' 't '' Him f fI fI
the weekend In Panama City visiting 'ti Buy ,; ,
Rev. and Mrs. Frank Starling and Levl'aePanatelas a
family I

Mrs. Don Koretz and daughter, .- Blazers, Vesta & Pants I
of Alexandria Va. arrive .1 t I
Sunday for two weeks visit with her ( ,
In Solid Colors Tan & Blue.
mother, Mrs. Arlln McKnight and son, ..-. ,..."-.. ,... ,
David. : t ,

Mrs. Clyde' Sinclair' attended the T .,JIT IJM() 'ttl. r... y

funeral of an aunt Mrs. Albert It kI .
Whittle in Savannah,Ga on Saturday. :- N
Mrs. Jeanne Blchon of Paducah. 1 100% Textured Dacron '
Ky. spe\'lnhe'\ fcUfwepk.with Dr..and. .. "
Mrs. A.Y* Covington. \ .' '' I' i.i i.

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy Polyester I i t
... '
attended the Folk Festival at White ... : I ,

Springs Mr. and on Mrs.Sunday.H.A. 'Lawson'vUited \ ,I ';,

their daughter and family, Mr. and ., .
Mrs. Joe Jordan In Live Oak on !

Sunday.Mr. I
.rr ,
and Mrs. Nealy McConnell ; I, : I w .
attended the horse races In Pompanoover '..' ,," ,,', '
the weekend, kf ear,. ;We 5;,, r ,'I
A t !

Mrs. C.C: Hutcheson of Starke and' I { l l i ,. ...,.Honor...+ "w' .> I ,
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Conner of Lees- i
burg spent May 18 to 21 visiting Dr. I i ,rr..&.i'I'i'w ,BANK, AMERICARD' \ t
and Mrs. Aaron Hutcheson and Steve 'uatfi'I..j. ;
Conner In Clarksville. Tenn.,and Mr I y 4 1 I I ;
and Mrs. Charles Schaffer in Atlanta. "" .' MASTER CHARGE
t. .. t
I 4 t4 I/Yr: '. k
Mrs. Shellie l Gerle has .returned 4 :*I 1. ,. ... "'\ I
after 16 days In' North Florida .', .' ''' .. "" 'I .
: .
Regional Hospital.Mr. f ,"J :' II

and Mrs. A.S. Harrison. Sr. and 4 : :1 ,; '1'I6J 1"111.: i': : "J i, ",,... : I I 'to:
A.S. Harrison Jn and son\ ,,Richard > 'iwi'9cl' : .f, 'I' ,\
{)1 attended the graduation of Tommy ," ..... --.r' "
Harrison from Baylor University I ,. .
Waco. Texas on May 12 and also I i.1',, ,
attended Tommy Harrison's weddingto ,. -t V'.I,.. .... i I.:
Cindy Garrison on May 20 in Lp LEVJ'S'PANAmA' GO DIVING GN THE iiREA- DJIRRIER1IEEE! l :.;
Vernon. Texas. :They returned May .., I I I"r
23. ; IN YOUR OWN ,
1 : "H1; di'fu .' / : \ i ''i. !
Mrs. Janet Turner spent the week-- .... '. ,', ,! : ,, (C' '" .j ': "
end with Dr. and Mrs. T.G.Ritch, in : ... ".".r"" Your own swimming pool bnl Just! a place!to toOl oi> get physlcpBy m. + A.,' I
JacksonvUle. '.- ana Impress the neighbors 1"? r'V 'if
i I' .' .' It's year:'round Vacations.: To an the fUn(In the sun places you can Imagine.' > :'. r.
Francis and
Mr. and Mrs Charles ,
children. Mrs. Robert Milner Jr. and I '.f 4 And: ypu can chord VVith Florida National\: help'OU can put in your I. : .' .I :

Mrs, Charles Hardy attended birth- .. J' '", pool for one low payment a month. r JsS'So -':'; 11! ,

day McGauley dinner in Saturday Palatka for Mrs G.E. Stump'sDtparimeni .": ::'f"" I' : '._ go ahead.This year,start vacationing year found.In yolt pwr U\bask! yard' ,,;4. s i:


:Miss Claire Turner spent the week-- ,; ; ... : f", ..,.'..1".-,fr? a." W$1 JOW HOWTO KELP.fi3 naritla E:4."- ;

.: end with Miss Glenda Epps in' ,: Store ,. 'hIi1; ? *t Sterfai ., '. II ,.,... 'J.J. \,'., -....". "J' .
Bunnell, .'" >",i I. .', :, 4. 'I ,' 1"' ; j.8WKn at Clark.Slr. ( 04/ 64-'oao. ;.
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;, J Robin Chlsm of Orange Park Mr.has. Bradford SQuare. ." 964-5423 '"* ""..*' "'lWrft l,***Starke K 1.:+.::-, eurowr I..tMjiJOJIi!,; :"o")'rH' ?' '. ':' .. ..' '. ........,,., ,,,,-.-,-?.....___)J : I J,',\ '

and moved Mrs.back.R.R.In Chlsm.i with his. parents .. IIiiI ",7.,*"namia nanonalanln. M nmda tat J' .

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Page4A TKLKGRAPII J..I, 1fT. ""'" \l." ., ,0 !flll1'IIIr.' el. 'r;%,) l' JlL

i a Our Readers Write 1 ,

ASANOTHER Sam's mother would tell Ruby Mae: learning would return to the class go- with' Hthe barest minimum," or
TEACHER KBICS IT "Sam .Is not going to pay for that rooms. Unless all this Interference anyone plan.Someone .

.. ;. Dear Editor algebra book he didn't return. He from parents stops,the schools cannotdo
.\."., didn't lose It He laid It down, and It a good Job of educating, there'll be has been putting up signs
:. ? That was a fine editorial about wasn't there when he went to get it,so not much: discipline, and there will be stating that the cost difference
"<: Ruby Mae Perkl,.. You were right In he didn't lose Hand he .Is NOT going to hardly any learning. between' No. 1 and No. 9 plan la -',, $
t'\. I. saying she teacher. She pay for It." 1153.700, and that this. amount U what
taught her students well. Some of the teachers get out of the fire hydrants cost There would be
: ; .If the principal would start to say to teaching quickly when they find they 17 hydrants placed around the dry at
But If she were. alive today and these people who come telling what cannot teach as they want to. Some a total cost of $10.200.: The difference:
''I I: trying to leach algebra, she. would Ruby Mae Is doing to their children keep on trying for several )lean. I. for larger line that will be for use
have parent coming to see her that his teachers are doing their best Some keep on trying year after year, up to the year 2.000 when Hampton's
I ;a '- principal about her making Henry do to teach they have been educated in leading frustrated, hampered, Joy projected population la over 050.
J ; his algebra homework. He didn't have the best schools, and they need no less, sometimes stormy days no
: lime to do that homework. He had togo assistance from anybody In doing day filled with the Joy teaching the Some of the posters that put down
,. : fishing with his father and be I II their work. I believe most of the children the pleasures and satisfactions the fire protection and hydrants slate
i i : -: NOT going to do It. Or there would be problems in schools: would stop. that come when one studies hard that we need a 'live-In Fir.
-:: mothers coming to see the principal and learns.If Department If we could not afford
,. .: about her became she made Jane and Then when these parents go to the Plan 1 or Plan 2. how can we afford a
: Suzy clip the hair out of their face so superintendent and school board the parents stopped all this Interference live-In Fire Department Mn: Brow spent her girlhood In this two-story frame, house.
'. : it wouldn't be falling all over their members about the teacher and the in the schools and stayed out James B. Parker ear Hampton Lake,later known as the Mea II dairy base,
: papers they tried to see lowork the principal, they could tell those people until they were sent for by the Box
: algebra problems. that they were elected to do a teachers, then the teachers could 107, Hampton
job. as they think It should be done, teach.Then the teacher could send for SEIZE OPPORTUNITY' Belle Brown Remembers
f : Ruby Mae couldn't be a great and do not need any outside help. Henry's parent and tell them to WHEN
;' : teacher today. She would be made to make him do his homework or keep OFFERED I
,.' ..1 : do what the parents want no matter Teachers like to teach or they him at home until he can learn to do Dear Editor: FireWith
,". ;. what it .la they want. The leachen wouldn't be In that profession! and what teachers tell him to do. Ruby We have heard this. remark so many Disastrous Hampton
: vane leach. They have to listen to the without all this Interference by Mae could tell Jane's and Suzy's times: "Opportunity knocks but
.' ': parents dictate to them. parents they could teach and the Joy mothers to send them to school: with once" and so It Is wise to answer the

.1 1 :. ::: their hair clipped out of their faces knock when It comes. This .Is a Hampton so much in the news. During her more active year, Mrs.
and fixed so it will not fall all over the wonderful thought to hold before today trying to solve its troublesome Brown taught school: for 10 or 12 years
: page as they write and they can do young people. U should keep them water controversy and other in Bradford and Alachua Counties,
I good work. alert and on their toes. But when wear problems It's easy to lose sight ofthe and also served some time as express

etJtToRiAl If the teachers could tell instead young,how many of us know when town's past But there is one per. clerk at the depot.
parents real[opportunity is before us! son who remembers it well, Mrs.
of the parents telling the Belle Brown now in her 88th year, She now has plenty of hobbles to
teachers, the teachers could tell that The writer wishes to relate a and claiming the distinction of having keep her busy one of them being 12 or
; school is a place to learn. It Is not a personal illustration. When he was 16 lived in Hampton longer than any 15 scrapbooks: containing newspaper
Teachers Union Plugs place to sit around all lay getting years old he went to Canada to work other living person. clippings and pictures, many about
free breakfast and dinner, smoking in for the Stanley Steel Co..at Hamilton Hampton history. She also wrote a
the restrooms making love, and Ontario. The owner of the factory took Whatever her feelings about the histnryof the old Baptist Church from
Lt For Casino GamblingWe doing only what one pleases a fancy to me and made me almost water dispute,Mn. Brown well knows the time It was moved to Hampton,

,When- the schools can get'' back to Immediately a factory millwrightwith the Importance .of adequate water In about 1885.Another. *<
Just teaching without any outside helpor other union men at union scale. time of need for she remembers the
==-J One of the largest teachers' ruled recently that there is no interference from parents or any. lie and his wife had no children, so disastrous fire of January 1938 when hobby Is her many potted
:; unions in the State has apparent. limitation on the amount of body else, then there will be less they asked me to come live with them, the poet office burned to the ground, plants and hanging baskets. which
problems and stating they would send me to collegeto along with some$25,000 worth of other cover most the exterior of her home.
: ; ly already fallen for the alluring money that pro-casino forces can learning will take place, as more the study business administration as residential and business property. A stranger looking for the Brown residence
: promise of 'easy dollars being contribute. to ,finance the pro students realize that they may come'to related to the manufacture of steeL Hampton was never the same after is usually told "Just gob the
:;! offered by an organization using paganda campaign that has already school if they want to learn or they He mentioned that he was growing that and without a fire department! at house with the flowers."
the misleading title. "Let's Help persuaded one teachers will be made to stay away if they don't 'older and would like to retire In 12 the time, other homes and vacant
store buildings continued to be lost
want to learn. years.In by
Florida, while spending a million union to go along. fire, hastening the town's decline.
dollars or more to persuade Until the teachers can teach withoutall spite of his pleadings and County Agent'sNotebook
., Floridians to vote for casino Organized crime has shown this interference, the schools: will expressions of great respect for my Belle Brown, widow of Thomas F
gambling. signs of moving in on never again be great schools and enthusiasm, ambition, and possible Brown, long-time railroad telegrapher 'f; '
surrounding businesses in New there will be no great teachers as ability, the writer refused this offer at Waldo, was born August
._ Regardless! of their interest in Ruby Mae Perkins walDorothy, returned to the U.S. and enlisted in the 21. 1889,. the daughter! of David and
and law enforcement
more money for schools (and Jersey, Army.Today,as the writer looks backat Delania Jones. Her father was a By
teachers' salaries), we would officials expect an upsurge in A.Swanhom this he .is fully aware of the great farmers and, in 1883, built the two-
: expect more regard for the moral prostitution, loan sharking, Lawley.Fla. behind nity he turned down and left story frame house, now known as the Bobby TaylorPhone :
muggings, and illegal betting old Meng dairy house west of U.S. 301
: tone of the state from teachers HE SURE TO VOTE Lake. : M4-S280 Extension 309!
near Hampton
r who are entrusted with shapingthe operations and the even more ON HAMPTON WATER If this opportunity were offered

: character of the children who serious crimes that these today, his experience of a lifetime Another vivid memory of Mrs.
: lIre within their sphere of Influence activities lead to. An open letter to Hampton cityvoters would tell him that he should go to the Brown's-also involving a fire- was June is one of the most important
: nearest university find the best the old Baptist Church that once stood months of the year for farmers and
daily. We would also Lawmen stress that casino The time Is almost us,to vote guidance counselors possible, and .: expect a greater show of is the 'difficult upon obtain their advice about what ,, 'Lake..After abandoned "'
gambling most for the water plan that Hampton will was: being for use ''things like insects and diseases on our ''f
:: intelligence on their part than to form of betting to control and adopt. There has been less and teas best for him, given his background for church services it continued to be crops{ and plants and be ready (to
: fall for a glittering promise that the National Gambling citizen's participation at each council and talents.At used for funerals until burned accidentally initiate control programs,

till of the state's ills will be solved Commission warns that parti meeting and Concerned Citizens the present time Florida has cemetery,In the 1905.grass While was burned cleaning off the as We a"'u" nved'to consider'our total

:: by a turn of the roulette wheel or cipation by low income people can meetings referendum.since This we won win the many opportunity for ambitious, was the custom In those days. The fertilizer program for the crop year.
was a for
: a throw of the dice. lead to increased social problems, the people of Hampton, great but we can't field hardworking is waiting young patiently people.for Every high workers thought the fire was out, but Heavy spring rains and plant growth
have removed a lot of the fertilizer
after they left it broke out and
as well as criminal problems. feel safe yet. Even though we have the school and college students to take again
: set a big tree on fire, burning the that was applied in March. Short
: Casino !gambling is very much Legalized gambling creates new referendum the fight has just begun.We advantage of the opportunities that church to the around. growing season plants like string
: in the spotlight as the first one gamblers often among those can't sit back on the day" we're they have to offer: them beans may not need additional fertilizer

1 ;: outside of Nevada opened lastwork who can least afford it. And it supposed to vote and say [.really Mrs'.' Brown moved 'to Hamptonabout but other crops like corn, okra
don feel like :
t voting today. I don'tthink The writer wed to hear the
1911 after her marriage to and. tomatoes may, need to ,
: in economically depressed be"-.lde-
fosters a something-for-nothing I will. After all, so many people statement-'Go'Weal! ', young man.". Harry B. Weest. and dressed.
:: Atlantic City. But behind all of attitude that undermines the will vote that my one vote won't Today he would ray "Go to Florida, civil engineer He county laid out surveyor the route
: the glamour and glitter lie the social and moral fibre of our matter one way or the other." This Is young people." for State Road 13 (now U.S. 301)) Our lawns ornamentals and trees
: how we could lose the election and also need additional fertilizer to
social and may
dangerous moral through Hampton to Gainesville.
society. the writer had the
Recently good
everything this whole town has continue good healthy growth. Plants
"They the grade with mule
} that inevitably fortune meet who put up
: consequences worked hard to a young man
so to achieve. So no
that are properly fed and actively
teams in those days and Silas Johns
casino: gambling. Teachers should know this and what have do attends the University of Florida.
accompany matter you to on June was the contractor," Mrs. Brown re growing tend to be more resistant to
we believe that most of them do. 13. remember that voting is much Last winter which he earned a the straight best 4.0 he calls.The highway was later rerouted insects and diseases. They are also
Governor Askew has renewed more Important. average, means more resistant to drought or other adverse -
It is unfortunate that some of could possible attain around Hampton, and the town never '
,r :. his pledge to wave a vigorous their leaders are willing to close There have been rumors circulated recovered from this blow. weather conditions.

fight to keep casinos out of their eyes to the evils of casino that Mr. Bruno would have to pay any Hopefully, the writer thinks this
Florida, but he has battle his costs over what our $4.02 water bill Is young man will grasp the proper Hampton was a busy place in its Other than a soil test growth color
a in order share in
on its
gambling now to keep our payments at the same opportunity when he has had wise heyday and was served by two railroads and general plant condition Is a good
iuiuJii. especially since the courts profits. price.That Is a ridiculous idea. No one counseling, which will Inform him with passenger trains stoppingover way to determine whether adequate
but theCity of Hampton Is responsible what he Is beet fitted to do and what so travelers could get a good fertilizer Is available to your plants.
78 for that debt. When the city council type of work offers him the brightest dinner at the old Hampton note! The Yellowing of plant material is some
Legislature Opts look the water works from Mr. Bruno and most meaningful future. Some of crew of the Seaboard's fast train, times an Indication of Inadequate
they took responsibility for the debt, us find our own places In the world, "The Orange Blossom Special" nitrogen or other fertilizer.
I making it our problem, not his. but moet of us require some guidanceIn would lay over a day In Hampton, and
For Few New Laws the complex world of today. enjoy the hospitality of the well- Each year I get many calls from
People are saying I'm tired of known hotel. homeowners having problems with
and Vernon E.Olin fruit dropping off their
fighting bickering. Well, that's plants The
true. We all Starke, Fla.FORESTRY. The Williams brothers, Tom and most common fruits to
Quick, now. Think of three weren't that audience in are but we didn't get the drop' are
referendum by sitting back and we Hugh (nicknamed "Boss") built the persimmons, plums, grapes, and
accomplishments of the 1978 Tallahassee, of course, but thereis won't get Plan III passed without hotel and participated in lots of other citrus.

Florida Legislature now windingup something in the defense the voting, So get up there June 13 and activities to build up the town. They
its session by wrestling with two legislative leaders put up.. vote. Take as many friends as you can were uncles of the late Mrs.' Ada results from and grape fruit crop generally
get and see that Alexander.The hotel was later run by poor pollination. Certain
they vote
the $6 billion state appropriations 9. varieties self
are not fruitful and
Remember Mrs. Arch Durden and her
this Is probably the InBradford the
bill. Passing bills just to pass bills is most Mrs. quire cross pollination.
important city Vote of your life. Don't mother Mary Geiger.
/ meddling, as Tucker says. The waste It by sitting at home. EVERY Co. Citrus fruit drop generally results
If you can't: think of anything Florida Legislature has not in VOTE COUNTS I Other businesses In'those days included from temperature fluctuations. Cool

outstanding the Legislature has recent years been nearly so interested Jane Lott Hall .By Hank Cochran a drug store, a bank several night temperatures followed by hot

done, don't worry. Neither could in taking old laws no P.O. Box BI: merchandise stores, a shingle mill. afternoon temperatures will cause
cotton turpentine still (run the
(House Speaker Donald Tucker longer relevant, off the statute Hampton, Fla. 32044 Griffin gin brothers), a doctor's office fruit drop.

: and Senate President Lew books. Each session more bills ANOTHER VIEW Termites Enjoy WoodIs railroad station, and other services. Fruit drop is a serious problem Inpersimmons.

Brantley in a recent appearance are added, and the statute books ON HAMPTON WATER your home Inviting unwelcomed Charles Dinkins was an early depot Persimmons need only

: before the Tallahassee Tiger Bay become thicker and thicker.It guests to dinner? It could be, if agent the children and took of the pleasure town for In entertainments training! moderate fertilization. Excessive fertilization

:: Club to access the progress of the Dear Editor; wooden structures are In contact with which were presented! In the old combined with optimum soil
On May 201 attended the the soil, or if water .Is moisture may cause the plant to
: 1978 session. often takes local officials meeting at seepage a two-story town hall. The upper floor and
overly vegetative drop
months after a session ends to actually Hampton city hall In to see if there was problem around wooden members. was used for a Masonic meeting fruit.

=: "We probably haven't done find out what laws have been "Concerned anyone Citizens Hampton of Hampton, truly, Yes, termites take advantage of un place.

; much this year and we probably passed by the Legislature that protected wooden construction After the death of her lint husband June is also an Important month for
I was very pleasantly surprised. materials. Their primary diet consists harvest of most of It's
our vegetables.
shouldn't do much either, affect their offices.It Belle married Mr. Brown who met a
The three of found that of wood cellulose. .
us 24 ptOfle tragic death on March 12.1948. While good to get fresh tomatoes, cucunv
Brantley was quoted as saying. showed up at the meeting bets, string beans Irish potatoes,
: "The killing of legislation is more is reassuring to hear that the of 469. Most of the 24 are on In the woods termites are a train attempting.in a driving to hand rain orders, he up mistook to a sweet corn and peas for our table and

important to your freedom than Legislature isn't doing much to private water and do not desire public! the valuable home,reclamation they are destructive center, but house In which track the train was coming in freezers.

the passage of legislation." us this year. We suspect water. gvests. on and accidentally stepped In front of You should be able to get fresh

however it is because this is an Therefore, I can see their point in two of termites the engine. vegetables the next few weeks even
There are types residing
Brantley and Tucker launcheda election year that the Legislatureis not wanting ONE of the first two In Florida: subterranean if you did not have a garden. I understand .
systems. Number 3 would be only for Mrs. Brown has four living that the Farmers Retail Market
broadside worried about
at reporters who, more our termite and the drvwood termite.
children two each husband Gordon
on city water now, and would
they said, can't: appreciate the rather than any change in exclude people on private water Their occurrance: in Florida is high. Weest of Miami Is a retired diesel will the opening open this will week.be big I'm, but not such sure items that

benefits of scuttling undesirable philosophy.Or mechanic for Trailway buses
systems Subterranean termites ; as beans tomatoes, squash and
legislation thereby of moisture Kathryn Weest Car bone, lives in should be available
protecting in locations having plenty cucumbers now
On June 13. we, as a town and individuals
Elizabeth N.J.
Emory ( )
the public from unwarranted do you suppose Frank will vote to select the type of and warm weather. Florida has Brown lives near Hampton; and Topsy works on Thursdays and Saturdays. Sweet
intrusions into their lives. Williams is to plenty of both. corn and peas should be ready next
getting through a water system we want as a town. It for Triest Construction Co.; and week.
few people at the Capitol? may not be what we as individuals In order to survive subterranean Frank Brown is a Certified Public
want, but as a town it will be what Accountant with office
pick out. we termites must stay In contact with the n in Green The market will also be open on a
ground or a wet piece of wood. Remove Cove Springs.
------ --------- dally basis this year. The number of
oj If I may, I would like to' correct one of these elements and your growers and the amount of produce on
.i, PRI4q CQ something that has been misstated. troubles will probably disappear. the market will be determined by
Mrs. Jacks said I saw only five or six supply and demand. If have
'0 t379MtMars Daily their toll Is light, but over a
i members of the Concerned Citizens period of time !they1 may weaken a Many times what you think Is a something to sell. Just come on out
Qtilijj roe p4 There were seven to ten members wooden structure the point that you termite .la just a flying ant The best and set up on the market platform. If
find yourself sitting on the way to distinguish a termite from an you want to buy some produce visit
I do have relatives may
O Yes. on the ground with them. ant is by Its body form. A termite hasa the market at your convenience
council my father. So does Mrs
broad waist while a flying ant has a
.. 7''oM Jacks. Her brother-in-law is chair. Drywood termites don't need to constricted (narrow) waist Of 'Looks like watermelon and vegetable
; .: BOB Q. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER man. Could be that neither one of us
harvest in the Brooker
have contact with the soil. Just give course: proper diagnosis can be madeby area will
; can see the obvious because of our watch a be a couple weeks later this
i Publishers them a dry piece of wood and competent pest control operator.So year
relationship. '
: facial expression.If Melons should start moving betweenthe
.I Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matterat their before you build, think about 5th and 12 of June. Some string
the Post Office at Starke, Flo. under Act of' March 3. 1879. The FmrlA representative did state you suspect termites live In your wooden members can be kept beans and squash are being harvestednow.
I that Hampton should vote on one type home, there are four signs indicatingtheir ways of contact with the soil and .
:. Subscription rate hi trade area '7 per year M six months. ,of system. He said "It Is like a presence: I'> dirt tubes connecting out measures that can be taken preventive to

Outside trade area: *8 Par year MM Six Month I marriage. Everyone should be In the ground with a wooden stop water seepage. If you don't those Other crops such as field corn
agreement.I He said they did not member,21 hollow galleries In a piece unwanted house crash tobacco, and pastures are looking
Phone 964-63O8 Stark..Florida want a dissatisfied customer, but of wood, 3) sawdust looking fecal house. guests may pretty good right.now: I'll report on
ftnHAdid: not suggest that Hampton' material, 4)) wings your thla next week.

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Hampton.:: ''I

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f Two people who have been friendly, Wllkerson is the only
familiar faces to Lawtey Elementary elementary school empI i Judy tlynn has tout so prtands I In-tho : WM Watcher*Hi a place to"fi" .I three! require a S157.0oa loan and II
School students well over a decade more years of service last four year sensitive. and dignified treatment by a sn&OO) ....nt. 'I'bII.antacJo.ftot
I" are leaving their Jobs at the school. Bloodworth. He's worked at I Now Mrs. (Flynn JH on a main& well trained stair. says Mrs. Flynn to be repaid but tbe learn drthav to
A fe "T"<" .... Betty.8toodworth la resigning after for 17 year and spent $B-of Yc 4 t \ tenant! program. She eats all she. Weight Watchers leant boat a be repaid\ at fle pere nt- Interest
:. ( 13 years as school secretary at the years in Lawtey. '} wants, never misses a meal. "But I balanced food plan aimed at over 4a,:yearn.
I Lawtey grade school and the only Yep, I was born and raised + + _\ eat the right things now." producing and maintaining weight The City Council has not decided,
person whoa been at Lawtey Lawtey and I flat my : The petite $'3" lOll pound blond Ions. "You will receive constructive whether tlli fubtidte the system. but
Elementary longer than Mrs. Blood- here; remembered the _, rh ) mother of two began her weight loss help in learning how to develobetter ounce say the. .council .U leaning
\ worth is also leaving. gentleman "When I went to on her own four years ago. Judy lost eating management" techniques." toward the ".000 subsidy '
\ I: Leon Witkerson i is retiring after 17 here we just had the one. : pounds that way Then she joined riynnTsays. < Mrs..Helen Jack, secretory of the
years as custodian of the school he building and eomeaha.de ... + Weight Watchers and lout :W* more Members receive feedback about Citizen's Council said that it would
i attended as a child. sit under during lunch.Wedid pounds over a period of several years, how to.Improve personal effort In not be ceiMitkte to go ahead with the-
:- K "I'm going to take some time to old pot-bellied heater. and gradually changing her eating habit*. changing eating and behavior vutwidy. ce the city could not afford
smell 1 the roses" said Mrs. Blood- pump for water." i 1 1Custodian Recently Mrs. !Flynn" has becomethe patterns as a means of reaching goal sea for recreation equipment Jort
I : worth when asked what will fill her lecturer for the local Weight weight plus Inspiration to meet the time back, "d! '
time after so many years as Lawtey's Wilkerson remembered that : Watchers chapter which meets' each challenge posed by the task of losing "The uoah will have.. com backto
., l Girt Friday. "I've been here a long was competitive In those days Monday at 7 p.m. in thePratt Street. weight and maintaining the loss.. u. somehow whether it be 'with'
,', time it will,be good to do different the stakes might have been Recreation Center. The desk ppen at New members joining between higher property Ue, more *.>'
,.. .,'" things," higher. :Only.m. JuneS and July X .a well as regular pensive occupation license; or any
\\I The ,dean of the front office has "We had spelling matches requirement for membership lifetime members, will have the other number of extra charge."Mrs.
filled a catch all position for the they do now, boys against. is that you must beat least 10 pounds opportunity to receive the Weight Jacks added. '
chool1 she's done what needed doing.. That made us boys study over your desired'weight Men are Watchers International Cookbook City Council tlMirmanTed Curtis
t I' ., Part her'job'has been the expected,, Sometimes if you missed too welcome too by the way. If a man <( .t greeting visitors at the front office of words you would get licks. I \ joins Weight Watchers now even the attending a specified number of council attending the meeting., and he..
the new school building and handling learned more back then. I local chapter he won't be the first. classes. Details. will be discussed at is with the citizens hi opting for
"'I paperwork. Another part of her day to A smiling Wllkerson Weight Watchers has private weighIns. all meetings between these dates. alternative number three
day work Is more personal. It Includes many days at Lawtey Non-membera atre not allowed wieN'n r "I don't even know If the KrnHA,,
time talking with the kids, ,or ad- and said ". have no into the lectures. 1 would back us if we went with number'
'. .: ministering first aid or "just Riving enjoyed the work and all the Big therapy,the developed ? one." Curtis said "
the children some tender loving care here have been nice to me food program was by a The FmHA's engineers surveyed,
"when they need it., years." Lroi'Wnkernon walk staff of doctors. The behavior modification the city and have recommended
Lawley elementary School (the term for changing your number three. '
WUkeraon la retiring *t the eating habits was 'developed by a system Commissioner! candidate.
Construction Started On 301 Steak of the achool fear,ending II years team, of psychologists Paul Meng. a resident of Hampton
I I work at the school he attended am a the
Lake. presided over meetlng..ndspoke
....... strongly against the federal
Site preparation began Tuesday brick building which 4 .I.. .. \.', ,\ ,f government's excessive Involvement
morning for construction of a Western approximately $250.000 not 'v' ; \'. J a at in local government affairs
Steer Family Steak House on property equipment seating, and f.1r';; 't'If \ ..' + "As of two years age Bradford
recently purchased by Harry Hatcher Hatcher said-. The an #l County has been member of. the
III and L.M. Normun. Jr. on US-301 being financed by' an" .., I" Region Four Federal Council based
r South. leasing corporation out of ,',' in Atlanta. The federal agency HUD
Hatcher and Norman will operatetr7JhLtAisinessundcr.iiJranchise and will be leased by the ,f I has )seveloped eotpp hxtottIan4.ee-planforaIt !! !,
..._ trots..,....1>>1001'$"".,- ," ; : """ '. nalfetllnv'd"e/t(he.p'a.p. "" "..
.... .,;o."tI hlch ,. ,. is toVced ..
.heNorth ;" .,, The site.which was : ,; TeftioirttSuhcll.-artdHaniptoit
'. .}{dbtiorfl'add W.T: r' build
: has 25 re.tawrants'altp'ady' to a new water system becauseof
established In the Southeast and plans has! a frontage of 394 feet on this," Meng<< said. :'.
additional openings: np."' ,)'ear. The Hide of 301. just south of the "Wedon't elect any members-of the-
Starke unit Mill he the second in Whitehead property. \ Region Council, and!this is definitely q'
"Florida with I the first going to Norman purchased a 3.1-acre fllr, ; u'ti Set ; r ra rlr case of federal Infringement on. he
Tampa. with approximately. two acres 1t state's rights as a separate entity,'*
lljlchor.ho will manage the used for the restaurant and ,ti4J ; tit1 Meng is also hacking< system
will lot. number three because numbers one
have seatinglcapacity I of.IIMI in the i and two call for city -water"'"tcr
.-. main dining urea with an additional Hatcher1 said''the- restaw t l eventually extend to the Hampton
::!OIl in two banquet rooms which can offer a 40-ltem salad bar. +t Lakes area" I I
he thrown together) or used have family priced food ran ", +u + "'I11ewelllSln my area hare'given* 1
separately as nreilcd.Tnwtt a low-priced hamburger plate good water for a long time, and I see'>
Construction Co. Is the quality steak. He hopes for an( no reason why the system would have; \I
contractor on the 7.KM( square foot date of around November I. to extend this far If It'was financially!
-' x t sound:' Meng added. I
'" lt4a 4 <.1 1 7,1 Steve Cardin. another candidate' foil 1
a County Commissioner spot also+, :
spoke at the meeting! suggesting that
,? ; the money being proposed for the new
Judy Flynn system could be reduced greatly If the>
4{+' New LecturerFor council would rechannel the funds and
_.. Weight WatchersHospital. build new wells for those people ,
. -- EeJ"J(' t without them. ,"
..";.;,,.. Many citizens were in agreementwith

7'. / .._ Cardin. and they are In the process
... of hiring lawyer, in order-to i
look into the possibility' of rejectingthe
II Betty Bloodworth beams smile at co-workers. Mrs. Bloodworth Is retiring (From Page II) new system altogether in a special
I c 13 years as front office secretary for Lawtey school.JIM'S vote after the referendum.The .
citizens also want a recall vote'
both current month and current year to h held which would remove the! )
to date Is supplies and expenses.That' "city Wlnials: from office '1C ,s .two-', .
..1 I, category showed $48.197 over budgetfor thirds majority votes to do sor. / toj
; the' month. of April and,$290,59$.'" ''Advising lawyers have> agreed thar' I
A .) over for current year to date. ,the recall vote could be relativelyeasy
e STYLING There were no questions from the obtain, but the rejection of the
CENTER board members about the financial new system would be a lot tougher;
.r'I 7 situation of the 32.bed hospital.In l. Jane Hall who has been talking
other action the board: with several lawyers, said. "What
I Across From Hwy Patrol -Approved ceasing participationwith we'd really like is a yes or no vote:
301 North the Civitan Regional Blood Bank they're just giving 'us the three
-. 964-6394 ,in Gainesville in favor of the Jacksonville alternatives to appease us"
Blood Bank. Rose said the Mrs. Hall and Cardin both agreed
WelcomesGayle courier van Is much faster than bus that the methods of informing the
I service from Gainesville. Rose said citizens of the details of the new
Manning Master Cosmetologist To His the closer connection to Jacksonville 'systems were deceptive.
; T Staff makes It I possible far doctors to "When figuring costs per user.on-
receive blood chemistry test results in the systems, the maximum possible'
i : : : As A Special Introductory Offer a few hours. Rose added last week number of people were figured on
t when the x-ray equipment was broke alternative number one. while only
., Gayle Is Having A Permanent Wave down a patient was transported to the the actual users. were' figured 'on
j Clay Memorial also managed. by number three. Cardin said. .
,I Special From June 1-10. Ml IF. for the tests. Mrs. Hall added. "The council
-Approved keeping the current printed information sheets for the
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Reg. 3000 Now Only 18.50. contract for respiratory services for' people that showed only the merits of
another six months with the system one. and nothing was posted
CENTRAL HEAT & AIR Includes Hair Cut Conditioners Set
,' possibility of purchasing: some equipment besides that. Including the minutes
I Completely Installed From Look Good For The Hot Summer Months Ahead and operating the service in- from the council meetings."
house at that time.Approved Two other controversial points were
With A You Can Handle y
Style Professional
joining discussed at the meeting mandatory I,
I 2 TON SYSTEM Plus Standard Review Organization wherea hook-up and fire protection.
Any Necessary Electrical Call GAYLE group of doctors review cases to Chairman Curtis said that the I,
insure doctor does not keep a patient
I ; mandatory hook-up ordinance will t
if, Work- I TodayOpen hospitalized beyond the normal length I definitely pass at the next council d
of time meeting and the citizens are strongly
GAS HEAT ELECTRIC'' HEAT| Thursday Eve By" Approved consolidating malpractice opposed to it.
Appointment insurance with other MHF The mandatory ordinance: applies.
HEAT PUMPS OIL HEAT managed units when the' present only to systems one and two. and it
1 Dolicv expires July 1. would force users on the system to use ,
SOLAR SYSTEMS wells only for sprinkling and other \
outside. work. All In-house 'water i!

.. usage would be measured on"metersand
a minimum service charge would ;.,
-- be required. "
The fire protection clause would
call for fire hydrants to be Installed .:
FREE HOME SURVEY I II along city streets which would require -
the purchase of new equipment .
GiftsDAD and the redesigning of'' the -city'sexisting ':.
-" ;' fire-fighting equipment. .
The City Council contends that this ;
new fire protection would lower the > :
UP'TO [ER 1Oe2ti I 3SSSS2SSSS2 'city's insurance ;rata; but most .
citizens feel that It is not necessary.;
+ MEN'S. LONGSL'EEVEMEN'S John Hollifield. who would not be- > .
POLYESTER affected by lower Insurance rates \because :: I
11lIIIIIIII fIINI1 he lives in 'a trailer said that

13 1IQ91ilII!!!!!! I SLACKS $100.< > $908Ben DRESS $5T at the The a.new additions volunteer" would firemen not be we helpful have '' ... I!1

I : Loop & Beltless Models SHIRTS and now even are doing with the as new good equipment as ts possible they; *: "=. I I

couldn't get to the fires any faster.' ,
H HOUR NEW STOCK MEN'S. The fire protection clause does not \I
call for any full-time firemen and '
Illll DENIM JEANS $ P TANK' TOPS '. $351 many of the current firemen work out ':. '
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: ; p \ of town. 'I
+ Besides 'wanting the lower* i ;
t Insurance rate. the City Council is. ;: !
; :E .. SPORTSCOATS pushing for alternative number one *; .. i
NONTNGSLEEVE .; because they think: that it will help the' ., f (
", ii city to grow and will be an attractive'' ', 7:. j
fI 1 $12S cJP .aspect of the, town for prospective
I'II'IIi SHIRTS J' .residents. '
'The citizens of Hampton'are Just
< getting started Inl their against '
SAWYER i $325 \\\hit\ heavy Indebtedness but they are' j
i JOGGING SHORTS confident 'Thy'have accomplished: .
: the first of their goals getting .i
; ,referendum vote. Now all thaf let is .... .
Air inc.
Conditioning Hours getting a recall 'vote: obtaining a ?: : !
[LAKE BUTLER means for rejecting the new water. I
r- e Air Conditioning Experts: Remnants system altogether;and getting out of ::,: j 4

1 : Starke 964-170' : Week Days: COr With la.Purchase. ,. I bottom Federal Region with Four the starting" county at the .. :\;:;=,t
II ; APPAREL : '''' 'commissioners. .
The next ,Concerned Cltfieim .'.
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+ y Stark Shrine Club will stage Its English peas, mashed potato' andrupcakes
W and chicken will be served beginning at 4p.m.
annual colorful parade
in the Starke ,
dinner f of Shrine /
Crippled Children'ss ,Hospital thU School cafeteria. Last year about I';'
Starke. 1,000 dinner were served. tIn
June 3
Saturday Participating In the parade will be February Starke Shrine Clubrepraentatlvel
I local' Snrlnerft and unit from presented N goo
Ja onvllle,Macctenny, and Gaines during the 31st annual Shrine club ,I. .
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the the largest check: J
adults the parade wilt Mart from The club took about ten minutes to '
Bradford, Square at S p.m. Over SO present checks totaling .$ Ja43 for <\5
nits Including
crippled children. > \ \
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go ( local
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parade'aalt ioea S. Walnut St. to
up burned is-montn
a badly
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old St. Augustine lad to a burn
Call, and north on US-SOl to hospital. Shrlners support 1* j i
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: Dinner, of fried c.blc.ken. cole slaw, Institut \
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Darrell O'NeaL about ten more are planned for this '
done by helicopter, year. Spraying cannot be done if the .' c.:.. .
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Michael D Moore. Both were Gill
traveling about 25 southbound on SR200, when Strong
it struck the car attempted to change lanes and struck 4
I Jame.Trigg 61, of Moore A total of $1,450 damage was
estimated by FliP. .

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4 1 Bradford 4-1 Club hone members ,; Jeanette Prescott my parents to finish high school I
will be holding an open 4.H horse show f r.. Phone: 48S-H1S cannot Impress enough on the minds '
?1 Saturday, June 3, at 9 a.m. at the Yri i.. ,-P' sl I of young people of today the
t. Bradford County Fairgrounds on US- ADULT NIGHT SCHOOL importance of finishing high school.
301 north In Starke. Please don't wait and lose so much of
; l + Congratulations are In order for your life as I did before receiving this
j The show wll) feature halter r.tv four out of six students who tried for great boner.
western performance, and, speed ti their high school diploma in the '
I' events. G.ED testing period held in Starke, BROOKER FARMER'S "i
.,, May 812. The students received their MARKET i ';
The types classes that will be held yg I 4 1 teat results Thursday. May 25. As of ,f
are: mares, geldings, pool., 4-H ) May 17, a high school diploma was The State Farmer's Market In
I t showmanship, walk-trot, western issued to each of the following from Brooker has ceased grading and
pleasure, western horsemanship, Brooker' Betty Jo Lynn, Yvonne packing produce after being open a
trail pole bending cloverleaf, r Tetatone, Kathy Stanley, and yours scant mjnth. No one has told me the
barrels, boot race, and balloon race. truly, Jeanette Prescott.We reason. I guess there's quite a few
urge, the two students that took reasons, but anyway, It's hurting the
"f 4-HJr.:Sr.,and Open classes will be 1 1t the tests whose scores were not quite economy here In Brooker. They are
held For further information contact high enough to receive their diplomato going to dismantle and take out the
Lowell Parrish at 964-6280. There will '"''I? ki 1j ? not give up and try again at a later working equipment. They reported it
tit, be no admission feo to see the show, date. No one can Imagine the thrill of costs too much to put the market back
I but there will be a charge to enter the 1 PJ holding their high school diploma in in operation after leaving the
: competition a r their hands until they da. I know as I equipment here. It's a shame the way
: left school in 1944. At that time I had people tear up and destroy .other
1 1I 1I ,W i iq completed the sixth grade. people's property.

I I ;4 VI VIytl Mrs.. Crosby, a teacher' at VoTechin .

More wine K drunk In Italy Starke came to my home in PERSONALSMrs.
November 1977 and enrolled me in
than any other country in night school that was to start in Ruby Britt and her son Ray of
the world. Brooker at the Brooker Elementaryschool Ocala visited Mrs. Thelma Polk
In November. I know I could Wednesday. May 24. Also Mrs. Polk's
not have learned enough In these few aunt, Mrs. Nita Dyal, of Starke, ac
short months from November 1977 to companied by her daughter. Mrs.
IIII ytl ytlw April 1978 to pass the G.E.D teats. But Ethel Elebea of Panama City, visited
because I had studied and learned allI her. They visited Mr. Loyd and Mrs
Theo Dyal, their children and brother
i' could In my life and never htof ,
$ t 'k giving up that some day I would get among other relatives.We .
my high school diploma. Some might are happy Mr. Claude Prescott;
not think this is a very big) Is able to be out of Alachua General
accomplishment but for me It is. As I ,Hospital. He came home Saturday,
,Art Students To Display Work At Choral Concert TonightBradford am the only one of four daughters of May 27.

"'1:1: KEN TEAL High School students show a sample- of the art show presentation. Wednesday art students- and Southside

L" more than 200 Items that will be on display In the lobby of thespians and chorus participated In a Celebration: of the ElementaryNewsaRINaO
the BUS auditorium during the final chorus concert of the Arts during school: hours.Shown .

year tonight Thursday, June II) at p.m. Saturday, May 20 Southslde rented a very interesting and
REVOLUTIONARYDESIGN The display: will feature ceramics, macrame, sculpture, sealed: Karen Robinson; standing ((1 l-r): Elementary held ?a Softball informative program on Durn Education
; and mosaics done by Bits art students. Ydanda Hemandei. William Cooper Eric Hamilton and Tournament, Southslde School to our 4th and 5th grade students
There U an upswing In Costumed Drama Club members will assist with the Denise AltOll.HamptoIi entered two teams who came in on Monday, May 22. We are very
the production of carprt. second and third. appreciative of Deputy Denton for
J und the benefactor will be Southslde team No. 2, who came in taking time to put on this very worth
the consumer. With the advantrd Hilites third, was coached by Jim Lewis. while program for our students.

technology now1I'lIlIublecarpf't ... nAI ...... They opened the tournament by defeating On May 23, our new P.T.A. officers
U:1 v.ores erg met with Principal Dewey McKinneyand
manufacturers Elementary. In
can now offer color Phone: 465.1115RUM41AGESALE daughter of T.J.: and Robin Smith of Mary Ann Parmenter, Uarla Roberts, their next, game, they were defeatedin planned the P.T.A. calendar for
Fort Ord, Cal. Cassle Kiddick, D.J. Riddlck, Patty 197879.
ranges( pattern, and a close game by Lawtey's No. 1
Sherwin, Ceil Sullivan, Jerry, Wads.
j I turlctlrs of that
carpets team. Southslde went on to win their
i were never before possible.New The rummage sale sponsored by the Announcement worth and Karen Wilson. It was a next game against Lawtey II but were The following dates were selected;
wonderful performance! .
dyeing techniques Ladies Council of of Tuesday, September 19 1978
the Hampton put out the tournament by a loss to
allow for color mixtures on Christian Church will begin at 9 a m, Tracy Bruno of Miami, daughter of Hampton Lake Starke.,Elementary. The team was General P.T.A. meeting 8 7:30 p.m.,
a single yarn no that more Saturday, June 3, at the City Hall. Arthur Bruno, spent the weekend CongratulationsJudy paced by the outstanding play of Cafeteria (Back to School). ,
color can be woven Into a Clothing, furniture, household items, here. She announced her engagementto Donald Thornton, Troy Portis, Shawn October 28, 1978, Saturday, 5.9 p.m.
carpet without the use of tools,toys, plants and any usable item Jim Shelnutt of Miami, Fla. Their and Henry Spell celebrated Ritch, and Valerie McCloud.Southslde's Halloween. Carnival Southside
several different yarns all may be found there at bargain prices.A Miami.wedding Is planned for December 2 In their 16th wedding. anniversary, on No. 1 team who came In School.
dyed in one color. This new number of good fishing reels have May 30.Sandy. second was coached by Kathy Tuesday, December 12, 1978 -
process Insures the consumer already been donated. Please leave Friese celebrated her 8th Metzler. They began the tournamentby General P.T.A. Meeting 7:30: p.m..
Mill have more and items for sale at the City Hall on Happy Birthday"Clifford birthday May 23 by Inviting friendsfor sweeping their first three games. Cafeteria Christmas Musical with!
better carpet to choose Friday, June 2, after 4 p.m. or contact birthday cake and games at her This put them Into the championshipgame Miss Cassas in charge.
from and he will find that Evelyn Vaughan; Clarice Adkins or Brunettl celebrated his home. which was with Starke Ele- Tuesday, April 17, 1979 -, General
these' color are Ideal for a Shirley Norman regarding the sale. birthday on May 29 with a family The Joe Riddick family entertained mentary. Starke defeated Southside P.T.A. meeting,7:30: p,m., Cafeteria..
wide range of decors so party.Jeannie friends with a cookout at their lake by a score of 6-2 In the first game. Spring Musical with Miss Cassas In
that decorating will now bea Senior Citizens Lloyd entertained with a property on Memorial Day. They also Thefinalgamewasaverycloseandexciting charge. _
simpler tank but the results slumber party at her home Friday enjoyed swimming, boating and 10 inning game with Starke Also Election and Installation ofP
will be even more The Hampton Senior Citizens Club evening. Her birthday occurs on June skiing, coming out on top 6-5. All the South- ,.T. A.officers for 197980. .
strikingly beautiful. will meet on Friday at 2 p.m. in the 8; her friend Karen Wilson's birthday Mrs Jane Simpson arrived via side players did very well with outstanding We look forward to seeing all of you
I' Why not Me us today.Wehave City Hall. Everyone is invited to is on June 9. Karen's father made Eastern Airlines in Gainesville on play coming from Rhon at these functions of the P.T.A. '
f for them and '
pizza her mother.bated
"'hat'ou are looking attend 1 May 28 to spend some, time with Edmondson Bill Gatlin Annette Lee
a cake. 'They 'also celebrated -*>lkn.t: '* ,
for. "
Oeorge and Dolly Simpson, 1. "
(1' Teresa Bauldree, Jenny Davis',!'aljd c Pam, Proctor. ,Tlmmv"'tIarpe..rand, : .
Congratulations Raleigh Starnes from Charleston, t ,
Teal Tile Ii Granetta Ramsey. Marty Irons. Girl Scout Newst'Bradford
( Terrv Anzaldi celebrated her 14th SC. visited the William Bauldree Many thanks go out to parents,
Carpet Mr and Mrs. Sylvester Smith are family over the weekend. friends and teachers who donated
birthday on May 27 with
) the proud grandparents of a baby girl a skating their time in helping with refresh- and Union. Girl Scout
4'7423 at the Gainesville
9 Starke, fla born on May 25, weighing 7 Ibs. 4 oz. Palace party with friends Skating HAMPTON ELEMENTARY ments and umpiring. leaders and assistant leaders met together
and measuring 20 Inches. She is the SCHOOL MENUS Selected as the Tournament's most o last Tuesday evening for a
poocao.ooooooootx Entertainment June 5.'JunelMONDAYCheeseburger .valuable player was Tony Diggs of covered dish dinner at the Methodist
Starke Elementary. This was the Church Fellowship Hall.
; tic Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan and William bun
Living Color on second annual Southslde Invitational
\) Lahn attended the production lettuce, tomato, pickle, french fries, Tournament which sponsored each We have had a great group of
?) "Showboat" at the Gainesville Little peaches, cookie, milk. year by Southside Elementary and leaders for 1977-78 and what is
Graduation Theater on May 24. On Sunday they TUESDAYStew meat, mashed the Southside P.T.A. Starke wonderful is the fact they will be re
O # enjoyed the presentation of the potatoes, sweet peas, fruit cobbler, Elementary has now won both of the turning as leaders next year.
\'\. Alachua Youth Orchestra at the biscuit, milk.WEPNESDAVI. Southside Invitationals, while South. Fantastic/They are really good cooksas
Portrait Gainesville University Memorial Peanut butter side has finished second the two the dinner was delicious.
I IBalllnlf. d Auditorium. sandwich, meat sandwich, macaroni
Thru June 30 1978 years. We hope to reverse that trendIn
Among those from this area who with cheese, green beans, fruit cup, 1979. Each leader and her husband
participated in the Band Concert at cookie, milk.TIIUItSDAY. .' received a Certificate of Appreciation
I II the Bradford High School Auditoriumon Vegetable beef for the past year as well as a letter of
II I I Starfio. May 23 were: Teresa Bauldree, soup garden salad apple crisp milk. News from Mrs. Wood and Miss thanks and reappointment. Others
Audrey Brown, Brian Clark, Karen FRIDAY Fish stick cole slaw, Johnson 5tl Grade receiving certificates included
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I : < : by *lteljervl'igints'Jnyner a ;'!rJdyrNugrnt4': Rush,7fuppfellumsimilkzt.. : \ r : : tr i "'"Our Class was Proud .t tor havViiine'*. ,.., er"
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w. players on the All Star Softball Team ..cooperation this, past -year- John. .
RYE'S HOMESTERD RESTflURRNT who played In the second annual Schmidt for his excellent coverage for
OOOGARDEN Southside Invitational Softball Gainesville Sun, Bradford County
: 'JI AND CEDAR LOUNGE Tournament. They were Theresa Health Department for the help with
I t Perry, Pam Proctor, Dorlia Griffis, self improvement, and Jim Schatz for
i Hwy 21 N. Keystone HeIghts Fla.Reservations Deloris Williams, Bill Gatlin. Howard his help with conservation and just
Starling. Ricky Tyler, Annette Lee, being so available.
473.3093 and Micole Scott.

Cedar .ifltsisff TTTT-T i tetrni i Leaders shared their troop high.
BUD Stock Up On SCNLITlt BB bb. H ey. Important Events for Parents la Be lights for the past school year, a lot of
Lounge HRWa l Aware of at Southslde: exciting things provided a busy year
2 Oz Can 'Iou Party 12 Oz. Can Earl, Friday, June 2, 9 12, Field Day for 'for all students. We all enjoyed the
II. Happy VrPriPflllH grades 1, 2, and 3. All parents are slides on the history of Starke
$119 At ? ;718 Gregory invited to Southside ball field to ob- scouting and a few new slides of.the
EHHtr Store Hour J M WlKplpHSHplll Bi serve this exciting event bridging activity for Brownies.
Case cue I Is Back_ Tuesday, June, Mr. Dan Smith of Thanks Bernadine Early for the projector
5.7 our Starke Public Library will be at the last minute.
ORGAN' visiting each of our classrooms promoting
COCKTAILS use of the public library The 'acivlc'team and Gwen
irnivm/CT.sllll/. / PIANO/ during the summer vacation. Whittington, Field Director' received
ki 65' Friday, June 9, Is the last day of gifts from the Neighborhood Chair
BEER school for students. Report cards to be man Janet Klmutls. Janet was then

MICHELOB BUSCN Lounge Opens sent home. Also that day an awards surprised with a new crockpot a gift
assembly will be held In the cafeteriaat from the Neighborhood. She will be
Reg OrUght BY THE ,2 Dz Can 5 Till I O HL Music' Dancing 9 a.m. for grades 3-5. After the continuing In her same capacity so the
awards assembly there will, be a gift will enable her to have supper
;8 9e ts59 *" Nit ely/ Faculty-Student Softball Game. ready on her long scout days. Enjoy it
AsK About Our
CASE Evening CTBS test scores have not arrived.We Janet and thanks again for all .the
Case Dinner Specials x2,95Summer will notify parents as to.the results time you give to Girl Scouting.The -
when we receive them.
Hours Mon Sat Dining 8 .11 Deputy Don Denton of the Bradford Gateway Girl Scout Senior

CENTER Sun 11 AM, 10 PM Buffet 11 AM. 4 pM, County Sheriff's Department pre- ,Turtle Banquet at was Jacksonville last Sunday Beach.at the Those Sea

fijirS attending from Starke were Laurie
'if ) June ****** ., Mulllns, Patty Mullins, Herman and
I Catherine Schoening, Eugenia White!
j y ANCIENT AGE head. Cathy Schoening and Lynne
s J Johns.The theme wag"Love"and the

5Th 5677 $588 Qt. past year was reviewed by the out
June 5 tb. 6 tho
.1.1y Imported going officers. Patty has served as
790 Case + IMPORTED New Scenic *' Historian and has done a great job in
LANCERS 8900 Case recording events in pictures. Thanks

Plus Plus PHOTOGRAPHER HOURS: 10:30: Til 5:30: Patty and Laurie. It was an exciting
I i. VIN ROSE MARTINI & ROSSI : day for the Schoenings as Cathy was
Taut Tax Catalog installed as Second Vice President.

J ;. $339 5Th. ASTI Merchant Congratulations Cathy,we are so gladto
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\ I Store know you will do a great job. '

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\ f This event honors moot grade
; t if LIVING "R8X Cadettes and senior Seniors as well as
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I 0 COLOR .t.t.rK Planning Board for the past year',
; Qt 3f3f \ \ Henry Motes, with Thompson
: $599 Company of Gainesville was the guest
,. PORTRAIT .ee speaker The tables were decorated
t4 i ., with goody bags and Girl Scout dolls '
$71" Case Plus Tax.I made from
clothespins. Cute and the
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unless additional portraits are purchased "
.1 > Limit 1 per person .Limit 1 per family The Senior Planning Board
I I ; BRADFORD Package unless additional portraits are purchased ADULTS AND CHILDREN'OVER 10 YEARS weeks ago on Saturday at the Council.
t -Group Photos at 97 "'.. Otfice.Glen MulIlna"
I Store *' per person PAY 97 PLUS 67 HANDLING CHARGEnw Mullins and Catherine Schooling oreuy, to

I *\ lit Prddford Sqilaro .' .. .. 'JIj.ffl. * * * *' .'this meeting: Thanks Glen. "I '

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t '. Twenty-three youth and counselors of US-301 and SR-18 In Starke, from 10 and Richard Pernlni served as lectorat
a.m. until 2 First Communion
I from the senior group tried to brat the p.m. NEWS the Mau.
.'..heat lost Saturday as they enjoyed a JaalperSprlags The Church Sanctuary was
i day of fun and fellowship at Crescent Reverend Father Patrick Foley decorated by Mrs. Ruby Danke and
,Beach- The Junior youth will meet at the celebrated the special Mass at St Mrs. Josephine Cumber. Altar lilies\ L
I \ Those enjoying the day at the beach church at 3 p.m. this Friday June a. Gospel Businessmen Reschedule Meeting Edward's Catholic Church on May 28, were grown by Mrs Gladys Weldon.
were; Mr. and Mrs. Don Denton, Mrs. for a camping trip to Juniper Springs the Feast of the Solemnity of the Body The Sanctuary banner inscribed with
Marie Polk Tammy.Todd and Trade and a trip to Six Gun Territory on of Christ when the following received names of First Communicants was
Denton; Randal Scott and Jason Saturday. The June meeting of the Starke' These persons who wish to attend their First Holy Communion Rachael made by Donna Samons. Alan Ashllne
Polk; (buck Goodowns. Lori Lawson Chapter of the Full Gospel Business., I, the supper need to make reservations Allen, Kenny Gordon, Kenneth and Frank Coss were altar servers.
I ', Little Ambassadors for Christ Men's Fellowship will be held two by calling. Ed Lon Heiken, Rick Klmutis, Todd Parker
Thornton Stephen Bill Sanders Greg days early due to a scheduling '471-2702) by 7 p.m. Wednesday June Genevieve Valdez, Lynda Wilson and Following Mass a reception was
,. Anne,Doug Reddish, Jay Eaves Bradford County Judge Elzle S. priority. 7. The steak supper Is $$50 and may Mary Krlstlna Wolf. held in the parish hall for the familiesandfrlendaoflheCommunicants. :
Mary and Kevin Miller Stacle Sanders spoke to both of be
the youth paid at the door. < The \
I Denmark Vicki Carver, Terri Smith, groups last Sunday evening as a part This months meeting will be This months speaker has not been First Communicants participated In guest and refreshment tables were ,N
Chuck Williams and Randy Reddish. of their program on how the Church Thursday June S, 6 at the Stark/ confirmed covered
: p.m. but will be announced this the Liturgy and presented the Of. with yellow clothe and decorated I
Ii' reaches Into the community. Judge Golf and Country Club on S11-030 East.'' v. weekend. fertory gifts Kenny Gordon, Todd : with spring flowers Decorated h.
,. ..... Cander Fund Drive Sanders reminded the youth that they ..() : rl' Parker and Kenneth Heiken gave : cakes cookies. and punch
li were Christ's ambassadors to other Readings at the' Mass were served Mrs. Claire Brunetti and
"' The senior youth will hold a road youth and that God had entrusted ;DUARCAnnounces: Portraits Mrs Mary Cissy served as hostesses
r; block for the Cancer Fund Drive each of them with a talent to be used Mrs. Antoinette Coss was organist for the reception.
i<*Saturday. June 3. at the intersection In His service:
'.1 :'If.. Taken at Sunshine Acres \

/ : The Bradford Union Association for'' \IS went, on Friday and Saturday of

I( OBITUARIES )1 Retarded Citizens announces that this week. It was earlier reported taken that VERNON E. OLIN
family portraits will be taken (with: the portraits would be at the
coupons) at Sunshine Acres, out,Road. Building. Democratic Candidatefor


King Louis XV of France had what is considered the first
Uvitor Initalltd in hit private apartmant at Versailles
Eugene William
Clark 81, of '
John E.: Bennett. ST., 77, died Brooker died Tuesday. May., 23, In in 1743. BOARD OF EDUCATION
Sunday May 28, in a Jacksonville Alachua General Hospital following a !
hospital after an extended Illness long illness. ,** District One

A native of Lawtey he moved to Born In Missouri May 31,1806, Mr. : UW Q piJ Um 4 fjGJJP!
Jacksonville from Starke in 1942. Clark had lived In Brooker for the past Our school budget for this year it $7,7rT,391.81. If you

machinist Mr. Bennett with Jacksonville was a retired five years.mechanic He was a retired automobile 138 East Call St.Starkea Own Bakery 964-5890 were spending this amount of money, would )'1)11' try to
Shipyards veteran of
and a member of the Baptist WW I. and of the Baptist faith. find the person best qualified by training and experienceto
Church, Survivors Include: his wife Mrs. LEMON MERINGUe'S i 79 DECORATED CAKES manage this money to be spent for education, for

!( Eva M. Clark of Brooker; one son, PIES buildings and for repairs or would you choose an un
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Elma Richard T. Clark.of Ormond Beach; FOR GRADUATIONOLD ,trained Inexperienced person?
G. Bennett; three daughters: Mrs. three grandchildren; and six great-.
Carrie B. Coker, Mrs. Eleanor B. grandchildren.
Mast, and Mrs. Beatrice B. Rocher: In lieu of flowers donations should FASHIONED' Mr. Olin wishes to put his extensive training and

all of Jacksonville; 'one brother, be made to the Florida Lung Association CINNAMON BUNS'. .12C- experience to work for the benefit of Bradford County
Dewey Bennett of Starke; ten grandchildren in his memory. His remains Schools.
and 12 great-grandchildren were donated to the State Anatomical New Store Hours Tues-Sat 6:30: A M -6 P M Closed Sun-Mon
Graveside services were held at 11 Board for medical research. DeWitt Paid Political Advertisement by Vernon E. Olin, Campaign Fund
a.m. Wednesday In Evergreen C Jones Funeral Home handled the
Cemetery Jacksonville, with 'arrangements.Darrle.
\ llardage-Krauss Funeral Home in

charge of arrangements Cecil Carter ::::.fee?. E 'xue BIG DAYS!

Mr. Darrie C. Carter 76, of Lake a7r 1010 AI taNl EAGLE 3
Butler,died Sunday morning May 28, I Thursday, Friday
Mri.Lomle Waters Rainey in the V.A. Hospital in Lake City after 64whpy'rkef and '
Mrs Lomie Waters Rainey 85, of an extended illness.
Lake Butler died Friday morning, Mr. Carter was born in Brooker
May 26. in Union General Hospital and lived most of his life in Bradentonand Saturday'I
after an extended illness. Lake City before moving to Lake
Mrs. Rainey was born In Bradford Butler four years ago. He owned and I.
County, living most of her life In the operated a grocery store in Lake City .1'
Lake Butler community. She was a for many years. He was a member of
member of the Trinity Baptist the Pine Grove Baptist Church in N
Church. Lake City and a Veteran of WWI.
Survivors Include: his wife Mrs.
Survivors include: Two daughters Mattie Waters Carter of Lake Butler;
for Save 3OIII
Mrs. Ida Mae Seay of Lake Butler two sons; DR. Carter of Elmore Bargains every budget| up
and Mrs. Willa Mae Bloodsworth of Ala., and Robert M. Carter of
Lake Butler; three sons, William Branford; one brother, Carlos Carter III I.
Edward Rainey and Julius T Rainey of Sanford;' five sisters, Mrs. Mamie
.both of Lake Butler and Lamarel Hodges of Brooker. Mrs.Janie Waters -

Rainey of Perry; one sister Mrs. of Worthington Springs, Mrs. Laura /% .
Rosetta Guinn of Plant City; 19 Messer of Jax., Mrs. Leona Brown of MEN'S DUNGAREES. I '
grandchildren. 28 great and two Starke and Mrs. Onita Howanitz of AT BIG SAVINGSI! f t11 t11l 'N
great-great grandchildren. Miami; five grandchildren and three Ap I ;

great-grandchildren. .
.. Funeral services were held Sunday k. ... Funeral services) were held Tues- l 7.94 k '
w. May 28 lnfle' Funeral Home CTspel 0; *'"day:May 30,'at 2 : In''the Chapel of
ArcherTanner Funeral Home of Lake Archer Funeral tome with Rev. D.O. N 4 /
Butler with Rev Leo Sherrill Goss officiating Burial followed In : : '
officiating Dedan Cemetery'In Brooker with dulawi'f' I
Burial followed in Elzey Chapel Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butlerin N.
Cemetery. charge of arrangements. A.LI wssl 1yE 6/? III ond prWol .' 1471. I ,
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I $ 'Tornado Gridders Split Two Quarters' in; Gainesville Jamboree '

"I Sparkling play by defensive back. for roughing the kicker on the play thought about kicking and I Just said Horse again expressed 1l1ta..Usaood a* I hoped we might, but overall The Tornadoes are scheduled to w i
field mates Dewayne Cummings and and Santa Fe got the ball back. 'what the heck it's only a Jamboree." faction with this spring's! workouts. "I I was pleased with our jamboree peripen fall practice August 14 and.open, I
Donald Reddish combined with the On first down Robinson went to the He revealed, "U 1 Ie was a regular have mixed emotions about the formance and with our spring prat the 1978 season September 8 on the"
., veer play of quarterback Jeffrey air again hitting Dixon on a cross season game It would have "been jamboree because we didn't look\ an tip in fteneral" I L'wd! against Macclenny: I Iit f-
1:; Norman to give sluggish BCIIS an pattern. The 197 pounder shook off much more difficult decision:
\i' overtime win over Santa Fe and a Bradford tacklers and rode the sideline Norman took the snap out of \
split of two quarters of to the Tornado 25 before double light-end formation with
at Florida Field in Gainesville, Cummings again made a key one-on- Reddish and Marvin Tyson behind ;
1 i Thursday May 25. one tackle. him. He again ran the veer", this time I
to the left, faking the pitch to his
The Tornados beat Santa Fe's An encroachment penalty against
I Raiders 8-7 with all the scoring BUS helped Santa Fe earn a first trailing back and keeping He sliced
coming in the tiebreaker period. In down at the 13 with less than a minute inside the two, shook off two arm
tackles and went into the endzone
i the quarter before Gainesville to go in the quarter.
Eastside toppled Bradford 70. Robinson back-peddled from his standing up to give the Tornados an 8- "

In the win over Santa Fe, quarterback slot and threw into the 7 win. ,I
I. Cummings and Reddish took turns corner of- 'the endzone on first down "Jeffrey Just ran our veer perfectlyon
snuffing out Raider scoring threats but Bradford's Reddish wan ready those three plays" Hurse said,
i regulation time. and waiting and Intercepted the passto "He had the option to hand off or keep
stop the threat and send the to himself and he read the defense
L On Santa Fe's first offensive play game /
quarterback Fred Robinson boot- into the tiebreaker. right all three times.. 17
it In their first loss to East. ,
"That pass Interception gave us the quarter
legged from his own 3D Into Tornado u r
side Bradford showed little offensive 1
: )territory before Cummings dropped 'chance to win, admitted Tornado ,
life, managing just one first down and ,
him at the 46 with a pictureperfectopen Head Coach David Ilurse. Fa'yn
field tackle. On second down The Florida high school tiebreaker never getting outside their own 23 "
Robinson dropped back and Aimed for gives both teams chances to score In yard line.Eastlslde's.
Raider star tight end Dwayne Dixon four down series' from the other winning touchdowncame
curling Inside Bradford's 35. The ball team's 10 yard line. When one team is on the first Tornado offensive .
hit the sure-handed Dixon on the ahead after the two teams have had play of the. Jamboree. A mixup
numbers but at the same time the same number of chances (series) occurred on a first-down veer play y, :''s} j'
Cummings cracked him from behind, to score that team Is given the win. and the exchange was fumbled ul ?
dislodging the ball and sending Dixon Bradford won the toss and elected to Eastlside tackle Tommy Ross
limping back to the huddle. Two plays defend first, Santa Fe scored on third scooped up the bouncing ball at the
later Santa Fe punted the ball away. down when Darryl Williams slanted BUS 17 and rumbled Into the endzone
After BCIIS again failed to Into the left corner from the two and untouched,
penetrate the large Raider defense, Dixon added the extra point to give "That score was a result of con- r, "
punter Danny Illldcbrand booted the the Raiders a 7-0 lead. fusion in our offensive line" Hurse tdt, ih' .
ball to the lip of the Santa Fe goal line Facing the prospect of heading backto said afterwards" "Things like that can
and center Marcus Cruce hustled Starke without a win, Bradford be corrected. a 1 .Il F k Y'r i+rvll''
lownflcld to down the ball at the quarterback Jeffrey Norman literally Bradford's defense was effective ,, ,1C y tf'I '
Raider one. took the game and the ball Into his versus the run against Eastside. Led
Santa! (Fc could get no further than own hands. by defensive backs Kevin Reddishand r y t,9o, ,
the five and their fourth down On first down Norman ran BHS's Isiah Jenkins Tornado stopper ,t V l, la ti + ,t
promised to give Bradford good field veer to the right, slipped tacklers to limited the Rams to SB yards rushing 4' '; rr', a,. u t
position but the Tornados were called the Santa Fe five. On second and goal in 12 attempts."We G ;
Norman ran the same play. A fake to played the run well, though!the L,
Doug Reddish sucked Santa Fe's linebackers passing game hurt us some; said L ,t ,,
4 WD SUBARU PICKUP '78 BHS Defensive Coach Mike Sexton. '
to the middle and Norman t '' ,r ;.!, ,
Brand New Immediate delivery popped outside and eased Into the Eastside quarterback Doug 1;
Pickups & Station Wagons From embone<< untouched to pull BUS to Wimberley threw for M yards in the
S4688 POE.Waatslde within one with the conversion togo quarter against the Tornados
Volkw gen/Subaru "Overall I was pleased with our defensive -
1150 Lane Ave S. Hurse decided to go for the two pay! in the Jamboree and all
Jacksonville.Florida Ph 781-5511 1
point conversion and the win. "I spring,' Sexton added. ''Lt,; ;'If' dr
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This year give dad a gift \a AMtc$ Js f

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Give him a McCulloch Mac 140 chain saw pack.
r When he unwraps it, he'll find the sturdy double-walled '

r rI carrying case with removable bar guard. Inside, ', :1i
the 14" chain saw that can handle tough cutting ,. 4 '' ; 'F :

jobs that he paid others to tackle in the past. + ri V I

Bradford' Donald Reddish look for room to run and Reddish Intercepted a Santa he pass In the jamboree.
Dewayne Gumming look to throw a block for him after Reddish picked the ball off in endzone to top a Raider
threat and the Tornadoes went on to an 8-7 overtime win. I

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Easy weighs to just handle 10,1 and pounds -,, -'-' ist Rec. ,Dent. Offers 'A Little Somethingl{ i
complete -I. +v" ty '" "","< ,6l'a -. wtt gMt{ tl i affifr :> |!
< Safety features like W ,y ,u,?g r' ,
wraparound Chain Brake/ \
Hand Guard, muffler t 'A little something for everyone' Tuesdays and Thursdays will see 6- Friday afternoons will feature' >
shield and N" %. could well be the theme of the Starke 10 year old girls and old boys special activities including several
chain catcher Recreation Department's upcoming hitting the field for small fry Softball field days and game show days. The
Summer program. from 9 a.m. to noon. The final day of game shows that will be played are ,'.
Automatic chain w ti There will be many diversified activities registration for this program was Hollywood Squares Wheel of
sharpener that \ McOJUOCH for' children and teenagers, May 26.The Fortune, Concentration, and Match ",
sharpens at the press WITH CHAIN BHAKI ages 4 to 14, according to recreation Mr. and Miss Sport program Game. Players will be divided evenly 'j
of a button director Cheryl Godwin. will also be held on Tuesdays and according to age.
Automatic and manual Registration for .all summer Thursdays from 9:30: to 11:-30 am Four I Fridays during the' summer
I bar and chain oiling n '", MAC 140 programs will be held Monday, June This program includes all 7.14 year will be devoted to ceramics classesfor
Ii i 14" bar 12, and Tuesday June 13, from 9 a.m. olds In two categories ages 7-10 and children ages 714. For a small
and chain
sprocket tip 't to 5:30: pm. at the Pratt Street ages 1114. charge, the.children: can attend the '
forlogsupto28"indiameter 'r $16988 Recreation Center. There Is no limitto Mr. and Miss Sport will be awarded classes to be held on June 16 and 23, ."
Powerful 2.0 cubic Inch engine 1'McCulloch's the number of programs a child prizes at the end of the summer and July 7 and 14 '
may enter. based on their point totals acCu- Other special Friday activities Include
On Mondays, Wednesday, and mulated in several different athletic a Gong Show a slip n' slide day
Mac 140 will continue saying Fridays, there'll be programs designed events. hula.HOOD contests a magic show.
Happy Father's all for Tiny Tots,ages 4 to 6. From Tournaments are scheduled every
Day year long. SAVE 52000 9:30 to 12, the children will be involved day,with points being awarded,,differently Wednesday afternoons will be arts

,, ,with games, singing, arts and crafts ,each tournament,,., ForJnstance, and crafts for 7-14' year: Old,,'nand '
-- COME SEE THE 'SAWS' WORK ': and a number of other!I ttvitles'under' 'archery is the first activity scheduled, Tuesday and Thursday afternoon' "'w',. .
the( supervision of a Recreation'Department 'and points will be given one day to the will fea1 J'e'puzzle games for the ""
worker. person who gets the most hits in one same age group
Manufacturer's Will Demonstrate Saws Also planned for the Tiny Tots Is color the next day to the person who. There will also be several field trips!!
\ Representive, Tee-balevery Monday. Youngsters hits the bulls-eye the most, and so on. for the 9-14 year olds Miss Godwll1
wishing to take part in this should After archery there'll be shuffleboard says that there are plans for trips to "'
t 10 A.M. To 3 P.M. Sat.June 3rd. attend the clinics being sponsored by ping pong, horseshoes, Silver Springs and Wet N' Wild near
the Recreation Department from billiards, obstacle run, croquet, and Ocala. a tubing excursion down the
v June 5-8 For more Information on the frisbee. Itchetucknee River and an ice 'I'
Tee-ball clinics, the Recreation The frisbee competition will feature skating trip to Jacksonville.
Department can be contacted Monday several tests of skill, including the
REGISTER FOR through Friday from 9 a.m .until 5 longest throw, an accuracy throw at a Several parties are scheduled for
target, under-the-leg catches and the summer program also. There'll be ."Ia
1 pm.For the 7-10 year olds there'll be one-handed catches. July 4 party on July 3, and a birth- '

tennis every Monday and Wednesday Although participants must specify day party once a month for' everyone .
DRAWING FOR ONE from 9 to 10 a.m. at the Pratt St. which activities they wish to take partin who has a birthday during that month. '
Center courts. 11-14 year olds are during the morning, they can The summer program will .
scheduled for tennis from 10:30: 12 register for afternoon programs In culminate with an awards and trophy' 'I
noon on the same days general. party ort Thursday, August 10.
MAC 110 *

Thomas Hangs on to Twilight GolfLead; I

_' To Be Given Away To A Lucky Person 'I..oit..

In Twilight Men's' League Golf, the Total Last Week'steam
captained by Delano Thomas Team, points Finish
DRAWING remained In the top spot after the .,. '" !
seventh, week of play. 1)) Delano Thontai 965"' ", ,' '1st$ xl;' \. I
2) Don Wainwright 966'/a 4th
Several .shlrti did occur alte 3) Erml Jones 970'la 5th

: ''Mondsts play, though. Don Wain4) Warn y Adkinson .971'0. 7th ,'. j'
J SATURDAY wrights team eyed from fourth to s/ Jack Hilzen let 3rd .
I second, Ermle' Jones' team moved ,), Grover Howard 983" 2nd '. ,'I'
third, and Warney 7) Vernon SlIeol ',' ,
from fifth to 9"a Meth ...
IAdklnson's team jumped. from I) Ben Mox'.y' 997 Iii 9th i
seventh to fourth ,. e) AI Coston 1000 10th c IJ r ,,' ,'
JUNE 17th Team standings after the seventh to) Merrill Struts 1005'/2 6th I',;p,"1// "
week of play (compared to standings 11) Freeman Reed 1023 12th. r :
,after last week's play): 12) A.B. Howard 10n ? 11th I

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r 'T'1GI&d'v'1 American Legion Post 202 Opens Season Sat. (\

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__ American Legion Post 202 opens Its play) from DeLand are returnees Always will get the starting pitcning jobs ':
league schedule Saturday, June 3;at 2 a toji team In the state. DeLandwon against DeLand with Toby Dillow and
A 11I11I1! ttfJ- IIInllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll( ( ( (( ( ( llllllll p.m, with a double header at Joel'Bryan back to back state championships? Jeff Lumbert handling the pitching )
Family centers Field in Keystone against defending in 1974 and 1975. In 1976 they came m chores. Sunday In Gainesville.
; champion DeLand. third In the state after winning the "Grady and Steve earned starting i
I Ii Following Saturday'* competition, Northern Florida American Legion jobs on strong pitching performances I
) m Q J..II, I I. 1 I ,the Keystone nine will travel to League Championship. Last year, against Jacksonville," said
.Gainesville Sunday for' a double after walking through the league, they Mc utJough. "Grndy held Jacksonville
"' header with Gainesville Post 18 at the were eliminated by Jacksonville in to four runs in eight Innings and
r University of Florida Field. Game 'the league tournament. Steve limited them
301 T to one hit and one
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t' time Is 2 prn.DeLand "This weekend will give us a good, run in six Innings" he added.
will bring to town one of the idea of how we will stack up this "Dillow has been the workhorse of
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c NIM. ,MaM..w.MNN. N.e NNIMN.w N.M.N.S/N. /f in....... ..--... .considered to be a certain play off strongest team 'In the league land pitched," said the coach.. ;
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5' _._.MI N MpI MYN MI / lllN1 W.MN.N NYN p /G/NNOeW:=:: entrant. tough at home. Everyone urged to come out and \
f aN Nw league champion team, '(21-3 In, league Grady Bostick and Steve Crouch:, _support their local legion team.
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I Braves Lawtey: Gold Tied Giants Le Youth
; dpixie I
Madison St. Rolls On

American, | Leading the Angles to their big win Besides McGee, M...' bitters National I(
were Tudy O'Neal S-for-4 with two Included: Jimmy Schoening, :3- or-3
The Gem Jewelry Braves In Men's Church League Softball game, either, going 4forwith three
absorbed double and a home run, Many Irons, with three singles; Davis, J-for-4 with double
their first loss elf the second bait and who laced three Singh in five (ffl. a double and a single and Kathy The Giants remained undefeated In this week Madison St Baptist con singles and a
moved Into a tie for first place with dais,at-bats. Timmy H.rperl-lor-S 1\Iorrowwho collected two tingle in the second half of the season In Dixie tinued to roll with a 1-0 week and a Other hitter for Hope Included J.G
Lawtey Gold Ia DIxIe Youth Baseball with two doubles Jeff Colin... with four official trips to the plate Youth National League baseball, solid hold on first place. Broome Mor Hall with three tingles,
rtwred I by the Starke walkedfour For the week First Baptist went I- and Richard ,J-for-4. with a triple
Recreation two singles his first two times up Dan Duffy of the Mete was. sponsored by the Starke Recreation
Department, finishing 1-1<<-1, and Sam Qriffis,ifor4 times In four at-bats. Department I, at did Brooker, and Hope Baptist and a single.
-jheduled Games: Thursda JUbe with a single and a doable.. Scheduled Games: Wednesday, and Kingaley Lake were 01.
I, Angels vs. Lawtey Gold 31 Scheduled Games: Friday June 2 Breaker IX-Klagiky" Lake 1t
; Friday. For the Braves John Francis went May Lawtey Blue vs. Pirates;
June 2. Mets vs. Braves; Monday: 34or-4 with two singles and a double Braves Lawtey Gold Friday June 2, Giants vs. ; Pine Level vs. Madison St; New Brooker pitcher Bruce Wolfred held
June 5, Met baseball Wednesday Dodgers River vs. Brooker; Tuesday, June 6 Kingsley Lake scoreless over the last
vs. Angela Lawter; ... Anthony Miller bad a triple and a In Dixie Youth Tuesday June 8, Pirates vs. .
Brav s. single fat four trips, and Billy Belts May 24, the Braves rode thehitting Giants vs. Lawtey Blue. New River vs. Kingsley Lake; Pine two Innings as Brooker posted 13-11
Current Standings: Gem Jewelry went 2- or-3 with a doubt and a of Tommy Crosby and Tony Current Standings: Badcock Giants Level vs. Hope. win In Men's Church League softball
Braves 2-l, Lawtey Cold M, Chamber single. .- Milliard to hand Lawtey Gold their 3-0, Lawtey Blue 2-1. Sonny's Current Standings: Madison St. N, Tuesday May 30.
of Commerce Meta 1-%, Elks Lodge third loss of the season by a 7-5 Barbecue Dodgers 1-2 Guaranty New River 6-2, Pine Level.., First Brooker was led at the plate by
Angels 1-a. 1 margin. Federal Pirates 03. Baptist e-5, Brooker 3-8, Hope J-7, Clinton Sellers 2dor-4 with a triple
Assets 23-Braves f MetiIS-A"'lIe11.' .Milliard went 2-for-J with. two 1 Kingsley Lake 1-10. and a single Joe Roi Inson. Z-for-4
The bats Kenny Davis fired a one-hitter and singles and two runs scored. Crosby with a double and a single Rick Mott
time Angels' were not silent this Robbie McGee went 4-for-4 with four rapped a double and a single In two Slants 15 Pirates* First Baptist IS-Hope 14 who had a double and a single! In four
as they used 18 hits to hand the Mike Waters and Richie Fender Paul Carter shut Hope Baptist down trips, and Terry Crsnford 2-for-4
lead ,
Braves their first Iou singles to the Mets to a 15-0 win official trips to the plate. .
half In Dixie Youth the second over'the Angels In Dixie Youth base Lawtey Gold was led by, Sam combined for a five-hitter and Fender 1-2-3 In the bottom of the seventh with two singles.Kingaley .
American League ball Friday, May 26. Norman 3-for-4 with two doubles anda added two home runs to lead the Inning to save a 15-14 win for First Lake was paced by David
Tuesday! May 30. The Angels could manage only a single,.and Owen Southerland, who Giants toa 1S-6 win over the Pirates In Baptist In Men's Church Le.l\ItlOft. Gaines who had a home run and a
lw"he first win of tile second Dixie Youth baseball Monday, May ball Tuesday May 30. single in four trips and Dennis Crawford
Tudy the
Davis had two singles In three t.rips0
half forth.
Angela who were shut oat struck nine ba tars
woo out plate. First Baptist got one run In the top 3-for-3 with three doubles.
OR one hit their last time outMcDonald's .." Waters was the only other two-hit half of the seventh to go ahead In the
man for the Giants, collecting two seesaw battle led by Jeff Norman'sand Madison 8L 8-First Baptists

fl First Baptist Dominoes (I singles In two official trips. The Jay Godwin's doubles.
Giants were issued 10 walks In the Johnny Hobbs went 3-for-4 with a defeated Madison In St.Men Baptist Church remained un
game home run and two doubles for the a League
I Darrin llardee smashed a homer '1 i Ie'.' winners. Mark softball with an 8-3 win over First'
Lead Women's SoftballFirst I Milner also added a
and a single in three trips to the plate home run and a double and Doug Baptist Friday, May 26.
]First for the Pirates. Jimmy Prevatt 1 led the winners witha
In. Reddish showed
Baptist Blue ,remained un Nan Crews, Linda Cubbage and more First Baptist home run and a double in three ,
defeated In Church Peggy Nettles had doubles for the power with a homer and a triple. trips. Jimmy Alvarez
League play, and 2-for-J
Giants t t Lawtty Blue It Raymond Whittle had a perfect night.,
McDonald's power hitting led them the Dominos stayed unbeaten overall Merchants. Andy Chaff rapped a double and a going vfor-4 with three doubles and a with a triple and a single and Wayne
to 2-0 week that allowed la Women's Open-Church Softball this in Teston added two singles In three at-
a them to stay single a seven-run fourth Inning as and Bob Milner added two
In first place In the Men's Open Softball week sponsored by the Starke Recreation Hope IS.St.Edward's the Giants battled to a see-saw 11-10 doles to the First Baptist attack. bats.
League, sponsored by the Starke Department In other Women's Open- victory over Lawtey Blue In Friday Hope Baptist was led by Harold First Baptist was limited to seven
Recreation Department. For the week, the Dominos' beat the Church Softball game, SL Edward'scame night's other Dixie Youth game. Bishop, who had a phenomenal night. hits by Madison pitcher David
Hampton and LWCI were both M Merchants, SL Edwards and Hope up with seven runs in the bottom Gary Tyson and Jason Bennette had going S-for-S with a home run three Bennett,with Jeff Norman having the I
tor the week, while the Lake Butler tied and Gold Blue defeated of the seventh to finish in a 15-15 tie singles in the Giant's big fourth,while doubles and a single. Richard only two hit night collecting two
Merchants and Lawtey Poor Boys First Baptist with Hope Baptist five consecutive walks added to the Denmark didn't have too shabby singles In four trips to the plate.

were 0.1.Scheduled. Scheduled Games: lope 5, Mickey Boruff got the big Inning scoring also. .

games for this week: First Baptist Gold vs. St going with a double, followed by Tyson and Bennette both added .. .. .. ;
Wednesday(-May\ >3HHauu! >tuii'vsnoLake. .,"Jdw, : r.vs",.Merchant*!,,r4\ dayw........11Ii1at'by"Lburder::-t tll'Bada'-Wild' n'singles' to their fourth Inning hits, ..
.'. .,'Butler, .- wJeylva.,.LWCJ;',*....June' e, Jrls" llIt. .Blue Vs.Donlnds ..-' ..,Denis Cissy.with a walk to.Dawn; ,' going 2-for-S for the night.Chaff had a DU'1I' '
Monday June 8 Lawtey vs.McDonald' : Schoeninfl sandwiched in-between. triple and another double to go 4-for-S
.. LWCI vs. Lake Butler. Current Standings: Church: First After a sacrifice fly a single by in the game. '
Current Standings.! McDonald's, Baptist Blue 84, St Edwards 2-3-1. Cecella Infante and a double by For'Lawtey Blue, Anthony Williams MOTORS -...
Hampton ...2, LWCI 3-3, Lawtey Poor Open 1-3-1, First Baptist Gold 14. Maureen Santana preceded Jerri had two singles and a triple In four _! ,.
Boys 2-3. Lake Butler Merchants Q5.McDonald' : Domlnos 2-0 Merchants 0-2. Lane's three-run homer, which tied trips and Gary Wilkerson) added a f 1616 CASSAT I \
Overall: Dominos fr-O. Merchants the game and ended St Edward'sscoring. triple In two at-bats.
3,First Baptist Blue 8-3 St. Edwards Ph:387-6541 M
14 LWCI 3-5. Hope 1-8, First Baptist Gold 10. Hope Baptist was led by Mary Dodgers Pirates 23 r

.McDonald's attacked LWCI with a Kersey, S-for-5. with two doubles anda I
: power hitting barrage Including. six single, and Jan McRae, 2-for-4 with In one of the highest scoring gamesof | ALL PURPOSE AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN
22 Merchants: I seesawedto
the season, the Dodgers .
I home runs and three doubles, to take two singles
\ tars win in Men's Open League softball a 28-23 win over the Pirates in Dixie EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY AND WORKING
Pitcher Judy Broughton limited the First B aptlat Blue 23 Youth baseball Thursday May 25. '
f Monday May '29. .. with Merchants to nine hits and Domino First Baptist Gold IS batter tot the Dodgersreach B CONDITIONS. MUST BE SKILLED IN MOST
Thomas went 4
Randall or.
I batter rapped out 19 hits in posting a base safely at-least once, PHASES OF AUTOMOTIVE I REPAIR. COMPANY
I two home runs and two singles. J.J. 22-2 win l In Monday night's Women's First Baptist Blue got 15 hits to with Kathy Diggs leading the way, I I
> Wheeler bad a homer and a single in PAID BENEFITS INCLUDE:
Open-Church Softball actioa defeat their sister team rival, First going 4-for-5 with two doubles. a
four trips. Bill Malone had a home Joy Mains had a perfect night at the Baptist Gold, 23-18.In Women's Open- single, and a triple. B HOSPITALIZATION PAID VACATION I

run a doulbe. and a single In four plate for the Dominos, going 4-for-4 Church Softball t eaday May 30. Other hitters for the winners m MAJOR MEDICAL PROFIT SHARING/ I
trip. Greg Moyer went 3-for-4 with with two doubles, a triple and a The Blue were led by Christie Included Vince Culvcrson. who had a
.. two singles,and a homer and Dale single. Also having good night for the Redding,S-for-4 with a single, double, homer; and who was 2- B LIFE INSURANCE RETIREMENTS I
i Haas added a home run while going winners Carnell Williams 3-for. and Adrienne l-for-3 double .
were triple, Barry, for-4 with a and a single. .and morel
\ for-2.Bill. with three singles; Terri Parrish, 2- with a triple and a single Martha The Pirates were paced bRobertCarver B II
: Bailiff didn't get a home run. for-4 with a triple and a single; Paula Grable/with two singles in four trips, 2-for-3 with a double and a
}but he did go 3-for. with two singles Reed,who laced a double and a single Nancy Payne 2-for-4 with two singles triple and Darrin Hardee who had For Appointment call: MR. SMITHERS I ;
and a double. John Watson also aided in four trips. Kathy Whitehead 2-for-3 and Theresa Hobbs, 2-for-2 with a two doubles and a triple in four trips.
I the winners cause by rapping double with a double and a single, and Betty double and a single. COLLECT (904)) 387-6541 :

and a single In five trips. Hudson,who ripped home run and a Cheryl Godwin led the Gold,going 2- more SPOrts, Jacksonville Ha. 32210 1 !
Garfield Harris,was the big gun for single in three official at-bau, ford with two singles. ......... .-I.;..
|LWCI, lacing a home run: a double, p.16- .....- - ---- --- -... -

and a single in four at-bats. Larry Lee ____ _n ______
lhad a perfect night, going 4-for-4 with
|two triples and two singles. Leroy ,.
.? McCr.y added two 'IIInliea In' four ':' '.i. !It. <

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Hampton 19-Lawtey Poor Boys s ., ..' .r
Hampton pitchers I Dwight Elder
and Thomas Paladino combined for a

three hit shutout,as the Hampton nine
took a 10-0 win over the Lawtey Poor BLE.

Boys in Monday's second Men's Open .
League softball game. ,
Larry Mercer laced a home run In -I :
the bottom of the first to give Elder -
,and Paladino the only run they
needed. Steve Cubbedge had a perfect ;
night with two singles and a double in
three trips.Elder added two singles in :

two trips,and Ricky Bennett, a recent
transfer from McDonald's, went 2-for- OLL RS
::1 with two doubles. OR
The Poor Boys could manage only
singles by Buddy Peterson Randall
McGovern and Larry Brown.

McDonald's Lake Butler 3

In Men's Open League softball Y
Wednesday. May 24, McDonald's rode .
the power hitting of Fred Wheeler,
Malone to a 15-3 win over the Lake .

four'men knocked home runs .
I and Wheeler added a double and a On a$1,000 minimum Investment at n/.e; ANNUAL ANNUAL MINIMUM
:single. Haas also had a single, and annual rate with an 8.06%**effective annual YIELD. RATE TERM '

Watson added a double.to his round- yield, when earnings are allowed to ...8.330 8 00% 8 Years

tripper.Other hitters for the winners were compound dally, principal and Interest would -' $5.000 Minimum Investment
total S2,008.S7 In 9 years:Minimum term
Danny McKinney 3-for-4 with a
''triple, double and single and Randall ,to obtain n..H... per annum Is 6 years. "806 7,75% 6 Years

Thomas, who had a double and a "7.79 750'. 4 Years
single in three trips to the plate. .
Lake Butler was paced by Freddy EXAMPLES: '6.98% 675; 2V Years

Demons with a double and a single, '6.72% 6.50% 1 Year ,

and Daniel Thomas who rapped a $5OOO Initial investment' becomes 10042.85 ;'5.92"0 5.75%: 90 Days -'.'
double and scored one run '
{In 9 years. .
$1,000 Minimum Investment .
$10,000 Initial Investment becomes$20.085.70In .> .. \.
LWCI6-Hampton 7 9 years. PASSBOOK'. ::' : .'. ." ,'
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In Wednesday's other Men's Open .'. : .
: 539- ". 525'. None 'l+
'game,LWCI came up with six runs in On a$5,000 minimum Investment at 8%* 4. 1 .

,the last Inning to defeat Hampton 8-7. annual rate with an 8.33%"effective ._.,... ..
John.Wright. Eugene Thomas, andCharles annual when (::7 /
yield, earnings are allowed to 1 /
contributed .
all .
Porter compound dally, principal and Interest would
doubles in the big seventh and Leroy I
Garfield Harris and Melvin total $10.271.34 in 9 years. Minimum term --._ t
Shannon rapped out singles. All six to obtain 8% per annum Is 8 years, ) '..

men scored. ; t;:" ASK ABOUT OUR NEW
Hampton had gone ahead 7-2 In the EXAMPLES: : ALLAMERICANACCOUNT/
top of the seventh on the power of a '
$10.000 Initial Investment becomes 520.542.69 t "
,double by Terry Gaines and singles :: (
by Douglas Brown. Steve Cub e. In 9 years. ..1rf':. .. ... I .".. ."l'
i and Ellis Grill Is. $20,000 Initial investment becomes 441.085.38 : .... tesrl| I .

Hampton players said after the .In 9 years. :"..,
5.25 Statement Account
that there was no breakdown on r. > .
game invested
These examples of, Initial monies ,
their part. LWCI was Just hitting the. N ,. ,. .
show how the)magic of compound interest h
ball well. "t '
very ) 7
can double your dollars-growing{ and growing! .. c' r-d .
as you earn interest' on the Interest 'that has 'c'i: '' A suostantial: penalty required for early withdrawal1,01
Of Starke ,. I, :- :to i certificate plans. *,' t I
Rain Soft ,. accumulated I In your account. You can _I" ; ';, 3 '
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the Macd envy Merchants. Imrtta- Federal: I Guaranty Federal DYD Savings Account now: Visit any-of i

tonal alow-pltdllOftba1l tournament.Last .. our convenient offices today..to make your,tomorrow richer Ik
week: we mistakenly referredto Savings and Loan Association of Galnctvlll ..... '" "
the Rain Soft team as McDonald'safter .. ..0.. I.
their play in an Ocala, SUrkt ; ESIJC. LJ i i I
tournament. 395 W. Madfaon a __._
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the ..
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scheduled to run Friday through Guaranty..Federal' Does The. Job '" .. '

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of Rating .', ,.. ',j' : ', 1

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t I i. They have a lot to be proud of, and contest,. where there were 110 bands music scholarship at Florida Junior I '"
i proud they are. For the first time as competing. There the band again College, will major In music at "" ':
far: at r anyone can remember the was judged superior along with 12 Florida State' University In Talla- "y i "
1 Bradford High School Band has received other bands hassee. f'' ylt'w "'
a straight superior rating at "It's something that t have been Terry Mundorf and Phyllis Collier .. ,;1" ,
I every band contest they have entered striving for since I have been a band were also offered scholarships to FJC P ,,,. r.
I this year. director," said Cassels. Cana Schmidt turned down the '
In other words they got Straight There are 57 members in the band. scholarship at FJC, and will major in '"
Y A'a. According to BItS Band director The musicians play four flutes, 15 music at Florida Southern College in
i Dean Cassels a straight (superior clarinets four saxophones, six Lakeland.The .
.. rating means that 'every judge has trumpets, four French horns, eight band performed In a concert of
given you an A." trombones, two baritones two tubas all the bands In the county school
and six drums. system Tuesday. May 23. Playing five
1 : For this straight superior rating, "A good part of their success is due tunes that Included "BI Red
I the band will recleve a trophy from to the fact that we've had good Machine" "Street of Athens,'"' "The
I the Florida Bandmasters Association musicians," Casnels said. Four Hornsmen,". "Kid Stuff" and a
\ one of the 13 to be given to bands In the piano solo by Paula Carter, the band
,i state to receive straight superior He will lose 12 members to received thundering applause from
ratings. graduation( but will gain others from the parents and friends that filled the
: Beginning at the District band the Middle School Hand Of those auditorium.AS r r
contest. BUS was one of approximately graduating many will continue their one listener said, as she left the i l1 + ,
400 participants. After receiving work in music darkened auditorium "They makeme e
a superior rating there the feel so small, so untalented. They ,
BHS band continued on to the State Paula Carter, who was offered a bring tears to my eyes; ; I



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k! nrh BUS musicians Tammy Coheir, Terry Goodge and Debbie Ratliff.

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Ueorge Holiday. BUS Band .puts :.
his bean Into the cymbal.. .

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But Cassels Won't Take; the CreditHe I

is a humble man. Alter directing graduated in 1967. In order to Columbia High, where he stayed for
1h"en the 57 BItS band members to a graduate he said, you have to learn two years. Then, in 1968, he came to
4a straight superior rating Band how to play each band Instrument Bradford, where he has remained for
Director Dean Cassels hesitates to well enough to be able to teach 10 years ,;
take any credit. beginners.After .
"It's not so much my teaching as it he graduated he took his first Camels Is married and'baa two
Ik was their ability" he says. job as a band director at Van Buren children. Selina, 11, plays the flute in .
( But band members disagree. They Junior High in Tampa. After three the BMS band and also plays the
Ir.Ir.t say they owe a lot to Cassels> and they years he transferred to Lake City at piano.
seem to show it In their dedication and

their friendship with him. His students _
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laugh with him long past the T -
final bell, and do not hesitate to enter lp,,, .: t w
his"Grumpy office which Cassels.is"labeled with a sign

He did not always plan to be a band
director because he thought that
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1 an "teachers didn't make enough Intt
money." But that was in the eleventh S, I ,
grade and the next ;year he changedhis
Drummers for the BUS band Include lames Hudson, Nelson Green and John mind.
Powell. Beginning Band members David Cassels attended Florida State
Young and Tony Parks concentrate on University In Tallahassee;' where he'

the beet. majored in music education He
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r'j Middle School Band Shows .Dedication"They've ,

been with me since the Woodfin expects a bigger band next rating was a first for BMS Woocflln .i ", ." .. ."
I beginning, they have a place in my year, along with a better balanced said. I .. ',
heart. said Band Director Mike band, In terms of the Instruments ,: iText& \'':' E'j-4
f Woodfin of his Bradford Middle played.The The band recently performed at the t,. If, (. .
Band Concert with all the other I
School Band. band has performed in many Spring
Most of the band members are activities this year from school con county bands Tuesday May 23. The Photos
eighth graders, and have been with certs right down to Orlando where Beginning Band played "Down in the i
the band for all four years, and he is they performed for a half hour at Valley," "Cason Song." and
: losing almost all of them to graduation. Circus World. "Marines Hymn." 'by Lori Worrell
I Most plan to go on playing al They marched in the Christmas The Intermediate and Advanced
BHS. parade entertained at a Christmas Band played "Cut Time Strut" and
The Middle School has really three concert and performed for Starke "Freedom( Gate." The Advanced
bands the Advanced Band the Inter Klementary.: Band finished with "Storm King,"
mediate Band, and the Beginners. "Ballet Overature," "Pyramid
Members of the intermediate bands And perhaps their highest honor for Rock," and "Instant Concert," in M
will fill the spots left empty by the the year they received an overall which Woodfin dared the audience to
graduates and even a few beginners superior rating at the District Band recognize over 30 songs combined into
may lake some advanced seats. Contest held in March. The superior the one tune. Dean Cassels

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They Played For Leslie ,

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They played for Leslie. It may have concert and he decided never to play
been hard to play with lumps in their again because he didn't particularly
.; throats, and one horn player wiped his like It. Leslie and other band
eyes often as they played "Pyramid members urged him to play it again
.. Mike.. Woodfih Hock" for their friend and co- but he never did. But they decided to
.. musician Leslie William Morris who play It again at the Spring Concert lot
was killed in an auto accident a month .
ago."It And play they did!' And when the
hit us hard, real hard. said tune was finished the audience was jr
WoodfinPuts Director Mike Woodfin as he Introduced their feet with a rbar of applause
tI the song that Leslie liked. some with tears In their eyes. $
He said that the band had played They played for Leslie, and "I'tt
MusicIn "Pyramid Rock" at a ,Christmas sure he heard}it." said. one small gi l

Their: LivesHe -i

Is strict;: sometimes he yells and
1 he makes them work hard but Band
Director Mike Woodfin Is well-liked
ar by his musicians In the BMS band.
They even gave him a plaque' to i
desk.remind him, and it's hung beside his,

Woodfin said he "evolved" into
music. He always played in bands his
father was a musician, and It just Li
Bobby Frampton of BMS seemed the right thing to do. .. _
He spent two years at Palm Beach _
Junior College in southern Florida a +y
short time at Florida Atlantic University -

_. BHS Chorus Presents Fiddler' Tonight years Florida.His of,.education and finished at the his University last two'of

major was music education,
f The Bradford Chorus Department from God pell, "Consider Yourself" Broadway history and has always with an emphasis on percussion
\ will present Its final concert of the from Oliver. "Corner of the Sky" been a crowd pleaser with such hits as Instruments, but he has a basic know
: year tonight (Thursday, June 1)) at 8 from Pippin and "Edelweiss" from "Tradition. I Were a Rich Man" ledge of all the Instruments his band
i p.m. in the BitS Auditorium. The South of Music, solo by Lois "To Life"and"far From the Home I members play. r
Moore. They will also perform "Wel. Love." "I wouldn't perform on them, but,I
i r. The Chorus Department consists of come Back otter." from the popular can toot on them" Woodfin said.
r f the Combined Middle School Chorus T.V. series The play Is being staged by Richard As he walks across the Middle I
; I. 11 94 strong and the BHS Concert The BHS Concert Chorus will Jockel and will be a preview of his School grounds the students yell __ __
Chorus. perform musical selections from production of "Fiddler" later In the '.' "Heyt Mr Woodfin," "Hello! Mr. _
, r on the Roof," with accompanying year. ; Woodfin!"And it's no wonder, he puts
r;," > The Middle School section will be : dialogue' and choreography. music,in:'their lives. Advanced Band member Tina Ratllff plays. a piece on the flut*.
highlighted by selections from Fiddler, currently holds the record Tickets are adults ".25 and, L'
,14r k'' Broadway, such as "Day by Day" for the longest running musical in Students $75. ., ,.:. Jtt

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Bradford County Head Start
Program held Its
Friday, InNa graduation Lester Wayne Rule, 27, and Joseph
and M areaprepared
Edward Tucker 19 both of Starke
will be
youngsters better
for received five probation on
kindergarten\ years
next fall
because rf the ..rs
experience. charge of throwing missiles Into trine
The Marke businesses but fall causingover
ceremonies: were
$1.000 damage. .
held at the Edwards Road National

Guard Armory. S p.m., with a full Judge Wayne M. Carlisle handed ,.' i!

house The! Head.f proud Start parents attending, down the sentences Tuesday;May 30, !
twelfth Program, In after Ruin entered plea of no rantest j
in la"
year Bradford
federally landed County, to throwing a missile and Tucker !i
low teaming program entered plea of guilty to the lesser
'wiJ and handicapped + r
charge of criminal mischief.
children ages 3Mi to 4 year old./The Carlisle withheld adjudication' of
program have middle Income! guiltyIn
children who hearing or
speech Impediments. other court action Jackson T.
teacher According to Ms. Jessie Jenkins, a ":'-it \'ISO members who were awarded blue ribbon medals al the awards Brooks 21, of Hampton received a
children at the Mead Start School, the banquet held Thursday, May IS.300Attend. five year sentence for pleading guilty
are taught basic concepts in to violation of probation to run concurrent
preparation for bier schooling. with a five year sentence on a '.'
two The hot children are also provided with 4-.H Awards plea of guilty of attempted robberty
meals a day and an afternoon without a firearm
snack, plus medical and dental Carlisle, In' passing: down the,sentence
screening and follow-up work. Head Start teacher. Jessie Jenktas gives InslraeUeas before the children Approximately 300 people met Winners of red ribbons were: said Brooks must serve-' six
Bradford's Head Start Program Is .begin. their musical number at the graduation ceremony Thursday evening for the annual 4-H Mark Gee, Steve Douglass. Roger months with no gain time or good time
under the authority of the Suwannee Awards supper held at Stark Dobbs,James Banks, Wesley Barton before being eligible for .V. years
Economic Agency, which Is in The of the Elementary.After probation.\
turn graduates 1977-78 Bradford County Head Start program. Priscilla Welch. Vicki Burton, Donna
of Health encompassed Education by the Department Brian Archer Carmen Barber. KcBetba Bass Mary B..._. Brian a delicious covered dish Mowry, Wynette Joiner, Andy
and WeIf.re.'t Blackshear. Symatheria Blye. Paul Byrd Joan Carter. Regina Carter supper, the following awards were Underhill Barbara Ann Underhill, I''
UntalHfer Tally Chandler Leroy Clay Lloyd Crtl btI,Jeanette Daniels.Harry presented: Junior Underhill Cindy Douglass,
Dauge. Hh U Dauge. Anita Delee..... Horace Edmond. Carlos Ford. Shawn Outstanding 4-H Club of the year David Relchert. Joe Reichert Hobby
Zuney Ford Dwayne. Franklin. Corey Griffin. Charles flail BarbaraHanderson. went to the Brooker Club. May, Budd Be angl'r, Mark Crews,
Appoltoe Holland Joseph Jackson. Sarvella Jackson. Saeketfca -The National 4-H Citizenship Doug Green, Don Green, Ann Truett,
,Jackson Earl Johnson. James Johnson Lataln Johnson Jolla King. Katrina Short Course scholarship went to Tiny Hodge Abby Foster, Marvin
Knight Stacy Lane Darren Lever_, Sylvester Lett. Lashaon McCray, Butch Faulkner. Wright Barbie Newport,Lisa Tucker
Glenn Martin. Tasha. Powell. Cathy Jo Rhodeo. Henry Rhodra. Jr.. Daryl Winners of the Florida 4-H Joy Bell.Shawn Hart, Michelle !Muse
RI"' ,.AlmeUila Sanders Craig Slocam. Tracey lion...Alice Smith, PalrlseSmith. Citizenship Short Course scholarshipswere Amy Black. Deborah Roberts Randy
{e4'} it Desmond Solomon Andre Strong. Dallas Sylvester Joselyn Taylor, Tammy Baldree, Sham Dobbs, Merrltt Rhonda Truett Rhonda -;-
Samuel Tyson, Crystal Walling Monlka Wlsslams. and Gene Joyner. Whitman, James Orleman, Sharri.
Camp Counselor scholarshipswere Dobbs, Roger Dobbs, Annette :=-
awarded to Tony Anderson and Balkcom. Donna Marsh, Ann Marsh,
Sharon Fussell. Randy Balkcom,Debra Orleman,and Ask
Osee Fagan To Seek r -Conservation Camp scholarships. Mike Brunetti. t
went to Ken Howard, Randy Harris,
Randy Starling, and Robbie Harris. -The following people received, Charley .
-4-H Camp scholarships were white ribbons: Tammy Moody James :
Circuit Judge Chair awarded to the following: Drew Herndon, Cheryl Keedwell Mickey ..r
Andrews, Jody Rising, Bruce Keodwell. Debbie Parrish, Suzanne E."J
,.-..-.- ._._- _..._ .._. '. Howard, James Orleman, Audrey Dyal.Chris Cribbs,and Stacey Hayes.
Court in Group One now held by Judge Pierce, Deena Cox, Tootsie Tucker,
LIk1v. John AH. Murphree, who will not Debra Orleman Genie Rising, Lynne -Recognized as adult leaders with Johns
LAWTEY SCHOOL NEWS seek reelection."In Waters, Regina Rasnick Lynn Hill one year of service to 4-H were the
and Doll W.ten.oulal.nding. following: Mrs. Barbara Griffis, Mrs.
offering myself to the people of "- Foods Project Gail Jordon, Mrs. Shirley Newport,
5.s the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida member was Tammy Baldree. Mrs. Helen Wright, Mr. and Mrs. About This Question:
Friday 28. the entire school I do so with a great deal of humility, Edward Orleman, Mrs. Rena
enjoyed Fief The morning's and with a genuine desire to be of ser -Winning a blue ribbon and a Herndon, Mrs. Kitty Richardson Mr. "The !rapid Increase la
events were: agility run 60 yard vice to the public and my chosen pro- medal were: Ken Howard Bruce and Mrs. Mike Brunetti. Mr. and Mrs. robbery and theft
dash,40 yard dash,40 yard hurdles,60 fession. I sincerely feel that my more Howard Christie Faulkner, Amy Charles Barton, and Mrs. Jenny makes .J
yard hurdles 200 yard run and the 400 than 30 years of active practice of law Black Cindy.Douglass, Doll Waters Black. me worried ';
yard run. In this circuit and throughout the Lynne Waters,Susan Navalany, Betty about my stamp and ,
A bag lunch was eaten outside State of Florida qualify me to serve asa Sue Rudd, Randy Balkcom. Deborah 4-H Is open to all without regard to coin 'collection. My ,+ '
under the ,shade with their class Circuit Court Judge, and that my Green, Robby Harris, Randy Harris, race, color sex, or national origin. Homeowner Polley >, ;.
mates. After a nice break they en- prior experience as a prosecuting at- Randy Staring Priscilla Welch doesn't begin to "'
Joyed the 800 yard run shuttle relay torney, as a legislator, and as a city James Orleman, Steve Douglass, cover : y
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Local Mun
800 yard relay, sack race and one of -1 attorney have enriched my Rhonda Truett Tammy Jo Mann, ArrestedIn the values. Can the .
the most enjoyed, the tug-of-war. experience and ability." said Fagan. Annette Balkcom, Cliff Brunettl. Charley E. Johns :
Ribbons were given,to everyone who Khandlce Stroud, Paula K. Anderson Shooting Incident Agency supply "all risk' '
//participated talso' ribbons were Born in( Jones County, Miss. July Brand! Herndon, Randy Merritt, insurance to cover the
awarded to first second, third and 1924,Fagan is a veteran of WWiI and ,Frankle Andrews. Drew Andrews, \ full value of these ,
; fourth places. graduated from the University of Tammie Johns and Butch Faulkner. Jackson was placed In the Bradford "rare I
and coins?
Miss Becker's class went field Florida. He was elected stamps
on a county prose- County Jail and later released on a
trip to the Olustee Civil War Battlefield cuting attorney In 1952 and 1956, Other blue ribbon winners were: recognizance bond. The charges
Osceola National I Forest and served three terms in the Florida Belinda Melson, Robert Carver stemmed from an Incident May 22 at a
ij Florida Reptile Land last week. The Osee R. Fagan House of Representatives Gainesvillecity Vickie Barton. Shawn Hart Carl residence. 806 W. Madison St.
(class was accompanied by Jim attorney from 1962-1978, and city Jones Budd Belanger, Brian Davis, Charley E. '.
Duncan.Rev Will Wright Mrs. Annie Former Gainesville city attorney attorney for Alachua and Cedar Key Lisa Lynn, Sharon Fussell, Cindy
fWUkerson'' and Mrs. Norma Eunice. Osee Fagan has announced he will until resignation In m, Lynn, SueAnn Page, Lynn Hill Ann Danny L.Jackson 25, of Starke was JOHN AGF.I CY
Wendy Austin was the super speller of seek election In September as,Circuit Truett, Regina Rasnick. Debra arrested by Starke Police Friday ;,\ .I

:.... .........,., ......,"' Judge for the, Eighth=..', Judicial, Circuit. ,! "This' Is a non-partisan election and 'Orleman-, ; Angela Boyett. Melissa May 20. .and charged with'' shooting 131, S,'WALNUTST'yy! :
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:' 'I\ /fnaamrf r y..5t -*TOBI .n1wl tfmintt ii I "the main issues in such a campaignare i Oee,. Tafhmyr'Moodp.' Suzanne '(Into.n occupied building. and aggravated -*'< '' ,<<.-.
the qualifications and quality of Newport,Susie Welch, Donna Marsh, assault PHONE 064-5070 Y '
I Riherd HeadsPlaiming Councilana the person seeking to serve as Circuit Melissa May Deena Cox Audrey
, Pierce. Brad Cox, Bobby Adams
Court Judge. I shall endeavor at ail
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adopted at the Annual Mary Wright, Carol Fussell, Rieki, -- --- --- -
,Lake Butler Banker Paul Riherd, ouaget times to conduct myself, both on and
former county commissioner and cllycouncllm.n. Meeting. Among other things the off the bench,in such a manner as will Harris, Tootsie Tucker Barbie I
is the new chairman of money available for the new rural honor the position I seek," Fag.nIBid. Newport. Michelle Griffls. Sherry
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effort be Ken
the North Central Florida Regional development will used to Herndon Plemons Tony
Planning Council. coordinate the needs and priorities of Anderson, Shiela Anderson, Becky
He was elected at the Council's rural governments with existing Anderson, Tootsie Tucker Jill ,
Annual Meeting In Lake City on May programs through which they might Though the soybean was cultivated Brian Whitehead, Wayne Cribs,
25 to head the organization of 20 local be financed; and to provide rural In Chine before Jamie Whitehead Sharri Dobbs
representing 95 local governments with technical I 3600 B.C.. it wet virtually un- Deborah Roberta,Rhonda Truett,amiDonna .J051501
governments percent
assistance known in the U.S. until 1900. McDavid.
on grant applications.
of this region's population. Other $7"
Union the first
was county to join
officers are Jerry Scarborough of
the Council in addition to Alachua
Suwannee County, vice chairman, which founded St. Edwards Church Hall 8:00 P.M. MAPLE TREES $7"SYCAMORE
and Mayor Bobbie Lisle of Gainesville County, originally It I Every Saturday :
through the agreement with the Cityof
secretary treasurer.
Kiherd Is a Union County native Gainesville. The membership has TREES 7"
who has lived here now expanded to include the counties BINGO
continuously since
1955. He is president of Farmers and of Bradford, Columbia Hamilton LIVE OAK TREES $9"DOGWOOD
Dealers Bank. Lafayette Madison Suwannee and 411 N. Temple Ave Starfca Fla.STARKE $ "
Me has represented the county on Taylor; and the cities of Alachua. TREES 7
the Planning Council since shortly Gainesville Hawthorne, High
Lake Live Oak CHINESE ELM $793
after commissioners voted to join the Springs City ,
organization in October, 1974. He was Madison. Micanopy Perry Starke FIRESTONE
secretary treasurer one year and and Waldo. RAIN TREES $7"

vice Riherd chairman feels Council the last membership two years. is Demo Exec Group 964-6436 US 301 N Starke. Fla 964-6436 ROSES $3" CAMPHOR TREES $72 r

"a mighty fine thing" for the rural
counties. "We don't have the we Also oeiiMULTIMILE CROTONS $360 CEDAR TREES. $7" ;,

personnel we depend to get grants on the for ourselvesand Regional To. {Meet June 8 I TIRES JASMINE -' $2" ORCHID TREE : "' 's1't2t' ':'

Planning Council to help us do this" \ '
he says. The Bradford County Democratic First Quality No Blems or Seconds

He expects to see Increased Interest Executive Committee will .meet Free Mounting Compare Our Price 5% .SEVIN DUST ,
in rural problems in the future and Thursday June 8. at 7:30 p.m.
points to the Council's upcoming rural The committees will meet' n the A 7s 13 Road Hazard Guarantee Safe Control Of Many Insects On Vegetables
development program which was in- County Commission Room at the I
cluded In the 1978-79 program design Bradford County Courthouse. "k'J WltHMMPlu Poly $ 8 uvsousl, Flowers & Fruits Also Safe Effective Control /"

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I !I.d'," 1 CTMMUNITYNEWS.Worship !l

The public 1* invited to .
by Elisabeth<< G. Walker 6 p.m. Visitors are always members to be. present. Sunday 'attend. ':, ,(.
t -' Phone M44M3VACATION welcome. School 9:30: a m. Bible QAM at ft .m, Free Canaan True Church of God i ( :
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j The First Born Church of the will terminate services for the day. to Christ: Each Monday: 7:30 Prayer CIf Jltr :

I 11; +;, Living God: Tuesday 7-45: p.m. Pleasant Grove United Methodist Band. Each Wednesday 7-30 p.m. .. '" . ,\. ', -, ....
". Prayer Services Friday 7-45: p.m Church: Each first and second Tarrying Service. Sunday School: 10 ACREAGE:: 4 ... 10 a... HOC I.ARD.1. a lea tttt TWO BEAUTIFUL)
.' ,. Mrs. Ella Mae Tyson's\ children Tarrying Services Sunday School Monday 7 Young Adult Choir a.m. Morning Worship 11 ..m .. Vrnl* C_ ty. Ctoera4 ..IJt.n1I, ft/SS +\' k:' I' gave her an extended vacation In 10:30. Morning Worship 11:30. Home rehearsal Every Tuesdayat7pm.is Mt. 2I*. A.M.E. Church. l> aaatara Call. lee ...*. M ft. C_...... rot. b sck| ;
dr' : Eastern Pennsylvania for Mother's Mission .m. YPCW or exchange Young Junior Choir rehearse) Each Breakfast will be served at the church a.>. Jose .. V.hr, ......... HONDA $M, ."'1. Uwllthl utility ...... ebM. Un 1-
\\ ; Day. She visited Uvl Hankcrson service with Gainesville church. Wednesday p.m., Prayer Meeting Sunday from?U 11 a.ro. All membersare 4M4HZ. 4SMJW1.COMM ...... ......... .... *, ._.. Alas 100 s 10 ft.

I ;. sponsor of the vacation Author New Bethel Baptist Church: Rev. Thursday, 7 p.m., Bible Study. asked to please cooperate with the ERCI i.-'t. BLDCt e.B 4Ve\! =e15. S/1& .1a1..14.MOBILE.lata.POWELL'S :
,;; I' llankerson, and sisters Doretha Leroy Davis, pastor. A Bible Clinic Sunday 10 ..m. and 3 p.m. Lovefeast activity. All proceeds will go toward _...*.*.t sere is BR2SI.Crsat It" 611 .' HOME VILLAGE d55-3377.r-,
,,: Hankenon and Dorothy Mae Parka will be held at Friendship Baptist Service. the Dual Day activity.: .........,.,. tmrCMM ,; '" leER O."U"1 ': Lake. B..tlr.. ,/! >tp4 .11..
I' ": : The family had an enjoyable visit Church in Gainesville June 10 at 10 Church God In Christ. : Tuesday 7 ........ a* Shop totoj.a

together. a.m. It Is scheduled to last throe Philadelphia Baptist Chorea, will. Bible Band. Friday 7:30 there ......... H......." ...... .I "fB'i t t \, i -i Balk i-; MOILIak, :
hours Lawtey: The annual Youth Program be a benefit program. All ...UU'.. I... ,...edl.l.aessp.ry. ..- .. ". p' "'" HOME .. I'II are eleeaatr ..
'' j CHURCH NEWS Air Services will also be heldon begin. tonight Thursday June I) members are asked to cooperate with I.... .. Usfear.Rasltar. ". ANTENNA !tI.!.<... a. p.ts,.
Open .
i' ; Saturday June 10, at 3 p.m. on 'through June 4, with the youth In the activity. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. 4M-X12. INSTALLATION ... I.. Wertklaft. 8....latl,'

,. Ebeneser Baptist Church i Bible Brownlee Street. charge. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11:30 a.m. with NnMA i Y AiEc I ..71 e.pikt ........ "81'. UHF 41111"SOI. e/i ifs ._
I Study each Tuesday 7:30.: Prayer 11:15. with Mrs Minister Taylor and Kay in charge. Ie ti. mt, -- .. ....-- --.-
I. Saturday June 10. at 7:30: a Morning Worship : .m. I/t balk Brick b... toattractive I eh..1 1101
( each at 630. The Richardson 5-30 ....... 4UM Ia... S B.... aa,.ral...W4
1> Meeting Thursday : business meeting will be held at the D.B. speaking Closing YPWW : p.m. area .! L. Batter.Naar a' rwalWN. wild .te..., ..d 11 tJ
Sunday School Choir will meet church. The pastor Is asking all service 3 p.m., Rev. Horace Griffin Ml. Morlah United Methodist ... iMhi. stave*, ... ........ Lake Butler, .h.e.e r..r..r.t.'S. .IW.' ... ef c;:
: l Tuesday at 4 p.m.Sister C. Green Is In Church: Wednesday choir rehearsal ref, washer A dryer. Call Phone 4M-IM5. 1/11 4tp4e8 aka Baltar .!( ttt. Rd. 100. ......

r, 1 charge. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. * *... Ji was held. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Jaa B. II....... Ratter. 4MtU6. ._-- _-""-t__-- 1200 ..-. ass 4M-ZUI. SMStp4 11'-' .
I :i i' Morning Worship II a.m. Evening : Communion Service at 11 a.m. will .CARPET NSTALLA.. ,/1
iSERVICE terminate services for the day. 4 HOME .
TIONi ExpriMC4 allrku :
i MEN : Greater Bethlehem Freewill A...... 4 acres. sad ....* ., 4..... Mad itekt' FOR RENT: Reuse, S BR.. "Usher
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bea U .Hr Itaiu .! L.BMlw ( .r.I.
7:30 sad VMkrad week. .11 "'
FLORIDA ** * * * *vDukes Meeting Baptist Church each week.Tuesday Wednesday Prayer 7:30: H. ite... Inm Nftttm Ballad. 4314SX9 .ltorp. > ..".?12.. Itcbg :
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I Choir rehearsaL Thursday 7:30: Story .....Pki tr.
r THEATRE Smith Participatesin StationedIn Hour at the church. Thursday a p.m. CB. 1mm B. Usher. 4M41Mr Hick-Bck. .ol. ...... waataw 1 ililfllllii' I. \
Call a Walnut' Solid Shield 71 Berlin.Germany the All Male Chorus rehearses. 4901003.la work. ,I will 4.ymri wwk, \; : I..,.

Stark 904-6451! Friday 1:30: p.m. Junior Choir re ------- IM4 ...... *r. /.as chew ,. _. ,_. .. .,_ ..,_ .. ... J .,
------------- hearses. Friday the Senior Choir wW If SHAG .. nl. tall 4Mfl..
-- Hull Maintenance Technician Berlin- Now serving at Tempelhof B GREEN ., :.
Navy 1180 MM wnUr, ealee
FRI-SAT-SUN Central Airport Germany with a Oak Saturday the CARPET M4 fut. plearaas.r U'c s
William M. wills ,
Fireman Apprentice Choirs ..11.. frffrtm, In. -
held 'In the
4964BSI. 4/1
Banquet Call ,
Smith,son of Mr. and Mrs. William L. U.S. Air Forces: In Europe unit Is Air. tHMil. ttm EMUrly. ... e,
Smith of 343 Saint Clair Ave. Starke Force Airman First Class Curtis' W Fellowship Hall be at purchased 8 p.m. from ltekg. NEED CASH W.b.y J..k I.. IOS. Lake City PL;; *
Dukes son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Tickets may any -------- J2US4 4/13 tie, "
Is participating in exercise "Solid e.ra..Ic....... Irwk.J.
: ..URCEKYIUUOHTtRI Shield 78." Dukes of 609 W. Pinewood Drive member the choir or Mrs. Mammie. NEW CROP.BAILINd.OATS HAY Show, Bar P.Mtt, 4B44151r
Mitchell. CUSTOM J.T.P.rrlrt. ... "
( Starke. 4M4SX S/IS tteCUSTOM
? He Is assigned to the amphibious Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Morning .. call 494-SOM, SXS4tf4 .
MYSTEflfl transport dock USS Austin! home- Airman Dukes an administrative ./I s. :
11 League
ported In Norfolk Va. specialist, was previously assigned at Worship a.m. MA.DEDRAPERIES. :
Conducted In the Atlantic coastal Homestead AFB Fla. t p.m. Evening Service 6 p.m. Wears'W.w r
off North Carolina plus Camp The airman Is a 1976 graduate of Daily' Vacation Bible School will ste.kkg. .....1 ......... PntksatM. .
W >WALT waters Columbia Senior High School Lake begin June 13-16. Starting time 6 p.m. Lena 8t.pk.., ) Riber4" la- .
f DISMCY Lejeune N.C. and Fort Stewart Ga., 8 pm. REGISTERLP ....u 4555215.6111 tf rkg ..rea... A|*..yi F.'....
i'yoaauTnana, this 10-day exercise Involves more city. Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. sad Dtalar. Risk .........$TJPkaaa !
j. than 28,000 personnel Participants GAS 4M'2IOt. Lake. Balkr. :Spt:3
* Church Friday night Lovefeast SEWING 'MACHINES ..
Corps the Navy's Atlantic Fleet the Harris Stationed Morning Worship 11 a.m. Serviceswill 308 S. Thompson ....... ......... wU ..rr .- I........., cavaran h'ph. 9E4
Atlantic Fleet Marine Force and the terminate for the day 904-6888 visa aD..... sad .....,. .h ..... JOE USHER :.
t Air-Force's Tactical Air Commandand At Campbell Mrs. Blain and Mrs. Heastie are coordinators & *.r knee. all work. .a.... AGENCY 49911U ... ..S.- ,-.
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"Solid Military Shield Airlift 78"Command.is the 16th In a Timothy M. Harris son of Mr: and of a Missionary activity of Med..r Roberts Rout. R.b.ea'nF.brb's i.e *2S2i .___,...- ,,*:s;*'

series of annual joint-service exer Mrs. Russell C. Harris, Route 3, visiting the Starke Nursing Home Dock ISO W. Mala. LakaBatlar. MAINES. INSURANCE
301 DRIVE IN cises : command and Starke recently was-asslgned as a along with the Nonnlr Pullum Choir of 4/4 ".'do. AGENCY!160 S. L.... A Ve..y ,
emphasizing forces In helicopter repairman with the 189th Allen Chapel Church carrying wordsof Home Delivery Of f I..,. Butter, 4M-3178. ;, .
control of a
301 .South simulated combat environment. Thisyear's Aviation Battalion at Fort Campbell, Inspiration and singing songs to Compute lea.....,. Scrvlea. ;,_
"- cheer the shut-ins. The group was Cylinder & SEPTIC TANK OltEASETUP..t. ','
Starke 964.7484 maneuvers Include amphibious Ky.He grateful to have Rev. Lennon to play TELEVISION REPAIR AT'
---------------- and airborne assaults naval blockade entered the Army In November ., ... u..., DISCOUNT PRICES AT
1977 music. Bulk Gas namwkla. ,.. Tmtmytk. W5" '.
evacuationsand JIM'S FURNITURE: -
nisa operations personnel ..*...eu. All .... '
Harris Is a 197S graduate of Bradford lMia, 9fl2085. ."
In Mala St.. Lake Butler
tactical air operations support
Burt Reynolds of ground forces High School. ,.-....... Jill tl/ek. 3/2 tile". 4' .'

"Solid Shield 78" Is under overall .- LEGALS .. .. .i ? iaji ","-:
InSEME command of Admiral Isaac C. Kldd
Jr.. USN the commander-in-chief NOTICE OF INTENTION '*'.
Collins Personal Ftepreeentatlveof tJ.
Joy D. as :
? Smith joined the Navy In July 1977 REGISTER administration of the estate of LOUISE the estate of LOUISE HUNT KITE FICTITIOUS NAME -T,1 y.:
FICTITIOUS NAME' HUNT KITE Deceased. Case No. 78- Deceased. Pursuant to Section 866.09'Raida''

Pursuant to Section 866.03 1! Florida 154-CP Re No. 1-2816.is pending In the ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL Statutes notice Is hereby given that the <*< -

If"* * Statutes notice Is hereby given that the Circuit Court for Bradford County, REPRESENTATIVERichard ( undersigned John B. Campbell and R. .a,...
N undersigned Glen G.and FerraH Bennett Florida Probate Division the address of E. Welty Joan Campbell. 1503 Pratt Street ><\".
Rt. 1, Box 182-A Lawtey. Fla. 32058 which b P.O. Drawer "B" Starke 954 N. Temple Avenue Starke Fla. &081, doing business under *--

PLUS. Thomas Stationed doing business under the firm name of Florida 32091. The Personal Representative Poet Office Box 996 the firm name of "UNCLE JOHN'S OLD. .1::.
AI Minot AFB "GARY'S OUICK SERVICE and GARY'S of the estate Is JOY D. Starke Florida 32091 FASHIONED SANDWICH SHOPPE.' .'

Minot N.D. -Staff Sergeant Larry REAL PIT BAR-B-O" US 301 South, COLLINS whoae address is Route One 819 S. Walnut Street Starke Bradford ; '
R. Thomas son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawtay Bradford County, Florida, 6/1 2tchg 6/8 County. Florida 32091 Intends. to .;
I I Bennie Thomas of Rt. 1, Brooker Is a 32058, Intends to registor said fictitious .Palharn. Georgia 31779. The name and register said fictitious name under the .
member of the security police unit name under the provisions of aforesaid address of the Personal Representative's provisions of aforesaid statute. ..
chosen as best in Its category In the statute. Attorney are set forth below: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT John B. Campbell and R. Joan

Air Force. Glen G. and Ferrell Bennett, owner All persona having claims or demands EIGHTH JUDICIAL COURT Campbell owners %::

Sergeant Thomas Is a security Dated this let day of June A.D. 1978, against the estate are required WITHIN OF FLORIDAIN Dated this tat day of:June'A' .D/waV-_
specialist at Minot AFB. N.D., with at Starke, Florida. THREE (13)) MONTHS FROM THE DATE AND FOR ..at Starke Florida ; : %
------------- (14
-- the 91st Missile Security Squadron. 1 Ie,41pd. 8/22 \ "'f", OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS ,BRADFORD COUNTY.1..1x. 44 4tch0 1122.'r, ;Z/i.+ '
? '
the' Cork of'the'.bow -" ,, :
file with
'SUN'MON" The 91st competed with Air Force .. .kIN NOTICE to / _
security police units throughout the Court a written statement of any CIVIL ACTION .. "+w
Richard Pryor world. In all phases of military police claim or demand they may have. Each Case Number 78-192 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH *O+'

) work before taking top honors. in the THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRAD claim must be in writing and must indicate WILLIAM HARRIS, Petitioner JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN the basis for the claim the name \IS '
'In"Which large unit category. AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY :
FORD COUNTY of the creditor his PEGGY SUE HARRIS Respondent *
The sergeant is a l6; graduate of PROBATE DIVISION and address or agent CIVIL ACTION NJtCaae
Santa Fe High School His or attorney and the amount claimed. If
No. 78-180
Way wife Sandra Is the daughter of Mrs. CASE NO. 78154CPFILE the claim Is not yet due the date when It NOTICE OF SUIT DOROTHY J. .*":"!
NO. 1-2816 POWELL, wife
ti John Hose of Flaxton. N D. wll become due shall be stated. If the NO PROPERTY LETCHER vs. Oo"
claim la contingent: or unliquidated the To: PEGGY SUE HARRIS, address Husband
f Is Up"I IN RE: The Estatf of .nature of the uncertainty: shall be stated unknown *' '
LOUISE HUNT KITE Deceased. If the claim Is secured the security shall YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an NOTICE OF SUIT :

be described. The Claimant shall deliver action for DISSOLUTION OF -NO PROPERTYTo _
I TRAVEL ADVENTURE NOTICE OF sufficient: copies of the dalm to the Clerk MARRIAGE has been filed against YOU : Letcher L. Powell 4401 Ogeechee-..

t EDUCATION ADMINISTRATIONTO'ALL to enable the Clerk to mail one copy .to PEGGY SUE HARRIS and you are required Road Savannah Georgia. ..w.r..."

Willie DynamiteRATED See Chief Kelly US Navy Recruiting CLAIMS each Personal Representative to serve e copy of your written 'al":
1 Station Starke A*parsons Interested In the estate to defenses.If any to it,on the plaintiff'attorney : an <1*.
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE Notice of Administration and address Is action for Dissolution of Marriage has
of this name
Monday 10 AJwI. Til 2 P.M. whom a copy whose '
: R ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS has been mailed are required James Flynn Esquire Pierce) ft been filed against you and you are re"j.
Bradford Square 2/10 3/12 INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: WITHIN THREE (13)) MONTHS FROM. Hardy P.A., P.O. Drawer 1030 Starke qulred to serve a copy of your written ;ra.'

THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION Florida 32091. and file the original with defenses, If any to It, on the plaintiff'sattorney

OF THIS NOTICE to file any Oblection the clerk of the above styled court on or whose name and address Is 'f '
they may have that challenges before June 22nd 1978: otherwise a .J.J. Wdbert. Jr., P.O. Box 1088, .
WIN be entered against Starke Florida 32091 and file theorfginelwiththecierkoftheabovestyled .7.?,
TRIEST the validity of the Decedent's the Judgement may youfor
qualifications of the Personal Representative the relief demanded In the complaint .,,1
of court on or before June 8, 1978 othera.<:'
Venue petition.
,or the or jurisdiction or .
wise a Judgement may be entered *,:
the Court. WITNESS my hand and the seal of
MINI STORRCESPACE ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND laid Court on May 15th, 1978. against you for the relief demanded in '::
f; FOREVER BARRED. As Clerk of said Court WITNESS my hand and the seal of _3 =3 2

The date of the first publication of this By: Marian McRae As C pul\ Clerk said Court on May 8, 1978. ..

." ., Noticeof! A.dmlnfctration t June;tr 1978'! ..6/18! 4!chsi 6/8' .....*. .. .GILBERT; S. BROWN, f|
.. :. ": .-; ..":... '.. ..f11J ,. IIlIJ' 13 ... J ..- ... ;.. :..:. : ."' ',/. :. ,'. 'j.", : Aa:Clerk Marlon of Said McRae Court As Deputy Clerk. J M iIBy. a11

Dwight Slater's / .Itchg 6/1 S 3


AVAILABLE 10x12 & 10x20For'In Open U.S. 301 S. S. WARNER' his wife. Plaintiffs vs. ...:,4.
.7 A.M.12 P.M. A Walnut St. MICHAEL J. GARVEY and DIANE J.
format Ion Contact:, ,SUNBEAM
BREAD MOTOR OIL ,....- ,.,..R6.t But. AMERICA NOTICE Defendants.OF ACTION -*' j&A 7

6 Cane IIfBOROEN8 TO: Michael T..Garvey 'fRasidenca
I 9 12 Oz.
THOMAS REALTY .I : Unknown "
Loaves 79. 3 On. Plus> Tax Case Of 24
Plus Tax 1399 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action tat .i
foreclose a mortgage .of the following/!

ALL6RAM9S BEERJohn property In Bradford County, Florida/-;
96.4-6162 MILK Oal # 1 S 9 All that portion of the West 1/2 of lots V:
1 ."00 Case and 3, with the fractions attached In? f:i'
Over Cost Block 18 In the Town of Starke more, .J
particularly described)as follows: ''I
Beginning a point on the South line on'"! .:e;
Can Street 83 1/2 feet Westerly fronv 4IIt'::
the Northeast corner of the said Block =*
ON wOU'a al 18.thence run Westerly along Call Street. :2:*

Brown's 30 feet, thence Southerly at right angles SS
to Call Street 106 feet to the point of iflr
MOSIlt HOMt CtMTt 'L JOilt IA' OOSN. THEY PUT y, beginning upon which .Is situated that 25

BOX lose ril certain brick building formerly known ..' :2$
; tf X, the N.J. Jonas Store property and more ':Srecently :
;.i.i'j! / HOUSE TRAILER rI
KEYSTONE aiGHTS. FLORIDA 5 94, NEXT known aa the Futch Building. 3*

has been fled against you and the United S. *

States of American and you are required .3to
serve a copy of your written defenses.* :"*

.If any. to It on Byron Block, Esquire. .' '

I plaintiffs attorney, whoa address ie .
1208 Universal l Marion Building, Post *
Office Box 1066. Jacksonville, Florida .
/' iP It I 32201 on or before June 19, 1978 and '"<
file the original with the clerk of thisl!

Court either before service on Waintj '. ., :

:.;p;, Jia .attorney immediately there.fter1 '
odwwtae. a default will be''entered :
ry I
J against you for.the relief demanded In ,Pft. ,
....... ,.. ,- complaint or petition. '. ;:
my hand end the seal of' I
.. .. -...- '". oW' t.1fo.Ifo14. .. -- ; ,, 4 "'f' this Court on May 4, 1978 4 :
... .
\ ,. _
,..;,;. : ) .. .- -
.... ._ ----.1.1 ,._ -- .J'4.... ." ...-. GILBERT S. BROWN. \,
-- .- >.':.-. /, : Aa Clerk of the Court. '.

.. I Bv: BeulatI M. Muodv..Aa' ;. '.'Deputy derive; ,VTELEGRAPII "
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I'. .. ... ..I 'OJ N. TEMPLE
whiM.d.y 1 ,
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a.r.1.g, PERSONAL! o

1e s.M.1 .. r.rtd.C.HY ,, ;1.mmmmim 1 : \ f, ;, IFQ' ',,8: 9'J' ; ,. ,''J. 'ri"'r'1. :[;.".R"Sjl.'i'. "" ') i-, mm.BRADFORD\ ,. !I, .Q"" :,'S. !t T, i MOUNTAINS*! -..M.....acreaevarbtehh .Bad TTMt. ISPOICtS ,LuctlM Conner Spry

4/.de. I. .. .1 '1 . .t MRS. wat rfallwary Assoctats
417 *Kbe '.,'''' "" .; : " ",,_ ".I '" ,". .... trace, levelybaikfla RUttM'NG' OUT .

IRON PROBLP.MS7Runt 4Df'PID VAPYes TWO NEW HOMES /. SEPTIC 'ATIO COVEalt JOdO, *! ....., |e.d MMH.eeeladed 141.0426
........ yaw .IM.... aadbatbraaai a' 1188 rraMsSbdPe -........ | ...._.. Ik TANK SERVICE BradCardractdcatU '17' .......... LImis.dALSMl1 SJjBOO. OM ....
I MSItNTEDtCeapie 8.t...... baMaaaI ... : 4C, -.a.. ...... ..... ......, waR ta f.ai....... 140. GATO. sad aaw a IMM.MOUNTAIN FARMS
its la yaar ....,? Call .................... Srduais whIt carpet, CH/A. 115ml2btacclty : Cacaaiaralal sad" ....rstr0rail UM; _10 N.W CABIN. 4 m HOMES ,

RAINSOFT WATER CON ...........rut ... ....311 ...... sad water, II....... ...... M4121 Ut' 8...Ga,.......... ,... ._. Ibis eeblo fa plush, COMMERCIAL' I
DITIONING' OF BRADFORD .. w ........ .. .... 0.. brick aad...., w'd.Ph. $1.14SEWING 11.-11e7. TFhkq" First .... all. the way 1 BR, .

far putt COUNTY, far fraaw.ter 908. .... ...... j 0... ... 47-M2l. 5/IS --.-.-------.- -- ........ reek Hrefriace, wall.te- KttPGOlHO TERWILLEOAR
M help, aaataseaaaca 4, ....,.... Na ....s.aUaa. ------ TV/.... t-i' .ACRES-: : watt ........ ready .. .....- UP.." REALTY ,
.S r apartwaata. 'Pkaaa .Better sill'eeaie ta aea NICE.rURNISHED ,._.ai : : MAC JNH ESREPAIRED. .".........., 4 .!... ..... kue. NeeUed ia level.* 't$ : .
313.1/18 UvbgNTEDi I*. ear ...... at 208 N. t .bath apartiaaat; ..btu tad BLOCK HOME with 3 Bd.r. AU aaakaalaaaMd. .I Uwtoy. Pfc M ..M.... weeded eettla ;. 'large deck. READY WHEN
?.pl.. S......., Pkaaa 144. bat water ......... Ph... ...... .bathe,wttb. 12 acraaat allWI sad adjiutad.ST. ./! .....* SnPALOMINO everteekbic; __t.... very
Lawaa. ta aat, 572. We ... 8arv... all ".-1071. 1110" ./& ,laad. Carpat, CH/A. Warb ,,,,,".". JaaiaaBtrlcklaad.i private 835,000. 1750 4... YOU AREk '

iply a Shy E. Se.tb St., Mkea al watts ..,........ ,.... 7824577.S/IS $/.... .raar at M.... ... a..a.e ..... CABIN BEST BARGAIN ..
farke, altar JiJO -----------, NICELY .... ..* Pwr 14. If/.taS".l bested .. a.. acne, feed -
Faad Fair. S/J5 Stpd APT., with' aaa bedraaai.Utlltlaa YUARTERHORSEW: kb lead I..11 weeded, -a BR. 1 bam plus guest bouM a' r'
FREE DOGS M..... dec, .,.....4. Prlvataaatraaaa. BRICK HOME 4 7..aid 3BR TRACTOR WORKi L.rs. tusk, *400| PtMftM .tall... _. rental apt., completely turn....... 622.510. .
.. the satyr la
five ... ..... ... wall .. ...u ,..., ...I.W. ....., with tack. SUS, bath k.. area. Bet .
.. 14 ata aid) atDeratby laoakre at 6O3 E. 8 ,
( ..... .101..d. bat It I -IIS N. St. Clair, $'. a BR,I 20000. Available i
...... ...... .... Pbaa ... p.
.. trl S400.Pb.. T Si
.. r
' D PRICES PAID far. S... .. US101. W......... A_.. Btarfca. CH/A. aaw c. ., 'r., .. } ceajpfctel* dried .. Bad li lmmdlt.ly.ACREAGE ;I r
Jl Marti 2193.
: 14 ... ./ 1/18 IIS.I.U.IIIIIO. y Psk8SFOOT
4 Nerth 11I"M..11
...... ...... U Mart, U/chf I/IS .Stcba 4/11 veablB wile yea n.... Mp. HOME *, TRAILER, .
Burke, not ,...,. .. .
1 /. 3/4 paid ar HOME...aNS (.. atatkm.. lube bayaad 4/1 EFFICIENCY; APT Adak. P. M4S77I. tckf 4/1 ---.......... -- CASTING NET.-orkrtm I BRi Ia,.. dock.ever....* --40 acres with coiy country hem ) BR, I B.

MOBILE. .. .. Tan ----- REMODELING.BUILDING kiehlag a eBBtah a. CHAA plus furnished trailer ,.,.000...
tES. t64-1\IICMI\ Opoa TI - --.-- aaly, pete .. Goad .......... ... 5. Mil 817.500. $4$00dowa '
Ream M.. .IfOO N.Taaipla MOUSE FOB SALE-2 BR.ceaipletely mad veealre.Naw $W.M44TST.. Ph.. .......... _.. STORE APARTMENT .
I weekly, tf/akg aad k
__ Starka. l/ll /.. r..dcl.da ....... .....11.0/ \tm4iflAfRSTREAMi aswas a.Theae Lawley, CB store with living quarters930.000.: .
)>NTED TO KEN?, .. :. ....P.... S44402O.U cb.. r..... Brisk ....... ere.tew .! ever jOOO Owner will finance. -
,2 bath haw..'.. ( iji. .ft : UNFURNISHEDTAPT- ,.. ....... Fl....... *971. *1 ft, .....*.. WE have all type.
I [ Pb... 133-X1M.. / i.1, ,n tr -If 1 : 0.......,........, DUPLEX FOR SALElEapcncai ... .10110... Gvllfla. kMadlttoMd.. ....... Mlf.cMUlMdi I preperty... W. have INCOME
ttnINTlDt Street. *10 it. C".''',.,, abaaa 47 J.210S pc? acre Nollman home apartment a> cottage 121,000.
... .
Ceatral B, A. Par .1.p. 4. Pkeaa47M77S.
47.tns. .. _.II. ......, alee haveeeVCral
.. ... ... Tr/. we Handsome offices apts. Ml N. "0.000.
...__......aU .....7171 arcaaia trim* ... la ar ../...!
beam eldtin
Mabaa beataI MAID for Betel la Lawleyiaiperleaca. by Sa61,,tea'. GUt CHI.... 115,000 P... .*... ---" eabbM -114 S. Epperson apt*.. nice lot Mt,,,.
.. Writ tau far
aid ti' WIB pick ap.d'S If ..*.IItI., aadawa .8...... 104 W. Call. $.. tMhe 7574 far tola. 5/4 tt/cba' HEMORRHOIDSUFFERERS. OVER I 1/2 'ACRESicUuW. free II.ate..... ......er..... Yea LAKE STREET HOMES..
' ... ..... ... rallct .
------ tMuly la build ... HOME WITH 2 RENTALS. Can be purchased
call free by
J.E8. WM-SOOS. Opea 7 T824332, Itpd 6/1 MAKE RESERVATIONS C... caa ... I'". balpMl 0. ... Went .f La,. ea charge
..... 400435-7421. Writ separately.
|a -a week tl/chf Baw far .....?- vacatlaac. HOME AND LARGE APT .......try ... .Ralfard.431 Hu,tM wi ,.-... 14, 00. CHEROKEE
DINING ROOM HELP cad .. Kbigaley ...... ...... |7I., TFcbgPIANO P...458.1553. er cell tidal ISOLATED PARADISE.
i .. .. 2tpd III
..te.... help" ....... Apply" 63M3M. 3/30 "/." bdp pay *. pay.eala LAND CO., Marpky, N.C, Wilson Rd.yet near town -13.beautiful acres ofpasture
i let. AC waU- ..
I. .,... Laraa 28908. 4/27 f. S* land-cats asa button homo a BR, 2 B,
at N.r.aa'aRorlao.at KENMORE WASHER -
: I ..-..11 ..r..'. c.... .. TUNING sad
.Wald. 8/1 ItpdB8 KITCHENETTE ... .....a. ........., ....c.... .....r. William G..,..r DRYERi Hwmit ...... .... UTILITY BUILDIN&Si All, CHAA pecan trees barn, fenced.

i "s laepla ..... vary 4Z4 N. W..... Bt.. M44390.A P.... "4-82 17. tf/cbaj .... 8.Mr Katy. Ills ..... ...... 27 LOVELY ACRES /t.
...... .. U,4er- 200 fir W ... ...... prewired reeep.tablee
--- -- -- C. ta ..... e/B ... r *U -Near Hampton Lake Rd. 1$. W.III.ptle tank
PINTO. Meet eel. AT., -- ,light .. ..... Bghta.toagae ,
TscrRTtTtohut. .. .
R N SUPER 4 waad Metel.4 aillaa aartk 7084.1. .. /! Fla.' Power ......000.EXECUTIVE.S .
32JNMT aiUea. Pkaaa sad fleer
--- -- SIGN PAINTING. Faat aaa- grwvd ,
Starka Haaia.Pkeaa 301.11.14513ROOM
f 4l7 after S fjm> Itpd "' ....zzo.Narclag'"c' day carvlaa. Saa Rudy at CTISON LES PAUL delivered Mid act up.Feicaxkjg HOME.
)4x80 DeaMawtda. 1173. aa W.... Plea Mor'.. Friday STANDARD CUITARi available. up U 4* Shaded by pines *situated on 1 acres- Bessent

------------ FURNISHED Urge -...... .... Caad Sat,, S.... M... SILL 4tad Wkm .... .d Hatch _... te pyl 60 .b.e Rd. The home Is ass of a kind' -Tr.dltlon.lllvin.
' MOUTH 1187 wltkBMtar ATTENTION MINORITIES ............ Newly deear.atad. ...dlt/... SaiallaccaMa ....., 4/1 bwdclwll .r... Nck. with.. 11oo.....' 8tr ..94-0020 XM440II. at Its fI...... .
C... te 1.U.dr- ONLY-New ....'./.. 011.tnNper...., aaackBd ,.,..... P..s J. clclca .... E..a r: 5/12 tfchaGARAGE AFFORDABLElBarksdal

? Metel, 4 .ile. Nerth .,,11..1.. .. fer fatararelercaca _." ... Na aeta.. 403 W4-7771. Itpd ,/1 1iii' SAW SHOP C.t:. .. ...4llUa.. ....5. OvilUa r "* hem *M W. Madison 132,000.;
.'lOa. ....../. tar ceactracllealaperlalaadeat. W...., St.. Starka, M4B49S. sbu aarvlca, Matrix b. nkar with .... SALE CHAA.
., ... I.... 1/1 ---- ,1. a 4BR JB Owner will consider financing.
( -...... Cud. .......... SI7S. YucXa .
-- track ..1..... FOR SALE BY OWNER asp wltk 4 Friday Saturday KINOSLEY' WATERFRONT
1, MAVERICK I94IJ .p..ro.,./,.... --TRAILER- LOT fa Must tat ..... traaatcrred. > jtbabi, ..... w... ....... II" ......... Bread aaw. 4lt S. Weete ..... *-3BR, home with large dock for entertaining.
... 1972 Ford c...... aberera. ".r',,'. T.I... rusts 140. OH SR-Z2S. Pkaaa* 111 W. Pratt S... ....... .... ......... .... Hit S"2d,...... S450. Pkaa Star.. Approx. 70.200tiAMPTON

| Carl Vaaiaat. 782-3321. C..ar...... Ce,, I..., P.O. ....uM. tube ,/1 Starka. t .... aaatral beat .t ,...... ........ Supply. 5332283 tlur S ..... Itpd. WATERFRONT
.4'I Ih.... 707 K.'..... ... ..k AC. partial/ carpet 8.... ar K.,.._ Helgbta.tf .11 PLANTS.
... c...... liak. /.fc. FURNITURE' -Two beautiful homes for the discriminating.
--- ll.lckt 32656. Equal 1 BEDROOM APTi ......., aaaelbif .T. !T YARD SALE';' WALK EVERYWHERE
[ leaccd. yard. Equity ...150. Sclarday 11 to CLOTHING
irALCONiSla.rb..tNeada .
Eaiplayerihoo n., bath Urge, LR
ap MORGANS STYLI SHOP 4 .... 414 W. W..w. ... -'JOOJOGroat location. J4 Euclid *
take .1 .
473.430525 aayaiaat .
...... Rudy bead tba socket 51g.Mr. .,. 5P 2uhg .In. with P..... aeparataaatraaca. 64-4i7, SlM/aieBth. FHA 'Ia..c.". vary attar aa praadly..."...."....a..."Grata".., by. S.., 8....... Itvd 4/1 NeVwijeAlreAFreedeej. Epperson. MH 3Br, 2 B. DORA All the trimmings' "

./l..Itpd "/1 altar 5,30 ,...In! Sub.* 1/8 '2uhI P... l-MI-435-1522. 5/ZS ppalataent aalyt P..... FOR SALE'1VKE; BOX. COMPLETELY REMODELED.3BR. .

'- 9M4-7004. lube 8/1 IS. screened porch utility building
' D RANPHEROr APARTMENT AaUqoa Scwfau .........
: 1974.d. rcatr -............:- ......, *t .l..llas.u. garden. .'and, pecan trees 131.000._
A/C' AM/FM 'rade.PS apply at tba Tackle. Bern.Upd lOUoRT"UrUr ES: YARD WORK ,
t I '/lfURNISHED ALCOHOLICS ccllcctar I..... Urlbltracicr H
Caavac carer, (eadHlUea. iototcycus8UCUKIOP 1 ; ,... ... Lawn g
a.d three,. M... Pbaaa M44R94 Z lUrbuurr. Raking
( ---'-' 8 458a.. / H....... ..
.CeetMl MarlarleM44757 I .ar..! L. Or. Lawn
r... I BR .daabla'wide ,KWIK KAR WAS..I.i..... '....u... ...I..... PHvst.Party Mowing
Itpdl Lot
: .. priv.l..u.try hit. Aa' ......11.... at.d.rst.Le .. Sac* : -. ':80 .... '

i iA.. PONTIACr, S.8TARKEI.... ...yaarutkerUed ...er.Pili. .la5 Pktaty/.......,raem*IOO!. fer;depeelt.pct., .... .wlth. .*"n...' r../ .
..... ..
ceed ceadltleai, 1110O..M ... 4..eoO.1"0 South ( ,.t. Faarbayeela ( : ESTIMATES
Starka Mater Ladn.ly .' ,....... 1301 South la Tk.r Ph.964.0556.... ..Itpd 4/1 .altar -.......... Fbaaa. I-I78, Itriiifff) i'sJ1Ia. (' GARAGEALEiJwa s...,;;. L:111iianC.Pearson.. .
.1.... M4,7143.il4 .Starki.l I .' : 0141, GklaeivlDe.. Evealaaa L a;S M I .J..., City' at I SUNSHINE ACRES ,GEORGERHBER' SJRRus.R.uiEatat. REALTpR .
... .Stli.. La.'.. .
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M ." 'prilarrad.. 9/18.3tpdl Fir Phorlee& e1AtFLK'NER'. Bnh.r'P1.a : : '.RAI'iCHOVICE
:. II' -17"\1; ,.'ApalBarj, 1Mt: .. .M.4k>ea5ruV.9.J..t.f .. 944.7825.curl. .\)11 jOl+toRnl .,

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8 ,". J'' A.C'. : _. .. : : FMrt ft'l .
.." iJ: .Y. 'O"lL'l rfli.u: .t. la wctlblu" $ > d1X64 4ir 1i.srp5 I iYhr..BR .: ; ; ,
r T ai. '.. :II.. .J .f4F.I' ': tilt.. N.dhiWrs... ; liiiiy'ij t
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''. -SALEi JCeyttaaa.fklcl. .
FOR Take aver law .SALEl! Oa* .t ;
BitLlhr-t'Cb.... .' FOR >eJr .Cee47a.ds2S.r ', . .R: t tl2..t.1.; ,;.,:; Jr .
:.. ,.,-...*..1..a,1I..4. 1573 water hI.621..O.p fIt:...*: /... I laW!t tracto, ,473,4210.tteKEYSTONE. PI........___ .. '2305.N.'Teapi.: .. ; awdMec'dlitcBce .
Ceed.: vary sud.a.d..vRlr..g.a.tt.. to' While" Oak -Rld... ......... .Oread. Streeta JLata.etdatbaa .' .ra tawa .
,........ baair. 3.tea air withheet. deabb 3.WUtrd >, .. '
.Uateraleked.lOi* rubbersw.r'.....,.. ........ ......abl.. .pr......* Owwer" .... Cptt.g.I .; ,. / ,llpd.*/!. .. ..Storka.PtarUaPaaJH.Paabaar 1'Ibik.. i.. 'farplehedtf, d .Ir.l

.i,-Aatkw'. .* ...'.... JI74 ,.UlMy .141. P...... .4 3'.,2381, .Hewlett......... G........4. ........: 473-1283 .ar '4734751. .- yeerl"< -"'''''. ar w...,... . . DR Ur(* ..cc.... noMU ....IJf!" ........ ... .; '.,
: atber uwwal'ahoy 41ATcREAGE"WANTEDi2' 41114" 518I ./$ i BR, ........... fanalabed. YARD SALEi .Satarei.yr'tta RealtarJact b...a. ler...lud. .4. IC. S 19111'; :
lepd4IEMPLOYMENTi hath,brick CHAbaiH4a
.Juae 8 O.. I ...: til Itpd 125. 473-2M1. ... I....... .l1 tllaA. law aaI173.M 4 .Be .Bailer Ullty kM 8K ,14 Cut:
------- .. 4 eat $044055- ............., ret. aa
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t. < SALEr sat af .1. a 8 641,50"I
FOR. sky
Caaipar arree
.. SR 2/. : ,, .. IMUIM I kc
352 .
all w
... : acre
5/25-4/1 40 sores' .*...... S..' ------ ..:. Lcytoai 21. ._,1.1, *ellaatalad. RaJty. na*. clet..., .r..ad ether .... shady 10..1 8.. IBatk ...(ry, ...ry ......Mkl,.. ........ fraaie baaa aa
,[ ........ .. Wllkaal .W..... Clay ......... L... 473.2614.1UchgFOR ...a. Itkg. LR DR Large --- ._.. .....
N'D"ro SALE Jr..'P.O. Drawer C. Lake Caaaty Beard .. C...., S.ro... I I/I. ailea Eat .. a N""iTSt;; ..Ite..., t ,. ."* ... SA.,... Nrtk ef Burk. 5 122 JOO. Crawford ,

I ., Nlaa ..)...RipH.16bt. aa G.s.as,32660.. 4/1 2lpd '/1.r ...l>iUaer boa tbs. -..,.... SR 20, C.H. 8.Jldtoe.. E.......' ler WATSON'S HOUSE OF _....... ... FreaUbaFkreplaca. ,|... .0 US 301. '--...-- .
CJE.T-A. peeltlaavallallet ...
laBaa-kiK .. ...
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-- Hslzapfsltpd. IA v ACVV 11I8. at A/C salt 13 let IB Lawt.y.ky
la acre
gbb I.0.A..d./.w acre traetc baaiec.htti 'Ri a ZONINGASSISTANTs'Cl.y Cauaty Retail lec.l ar Olflca....hi swat Space.Hlgkeet 5.M.Ir. ..-. VAel-... raid carpel la....... II5.5 O. 2' BR. 1 bath. LR. DR. .....r. 81.000 ..-:.,/,
MATTRESSES. BOX SEVERAL ITEMS FOR _...... avalUhla./ Eipertrepakra. -- .(.. .,
....n. ... r. cwrpcrt, IMAO/.t'
peraiM SPRINGSi S.. for .. Plaaalai, Zcalac. cad SALE 8n.ll u'I... ..... aad K.y..r.a., all ..*.*. Part .... J... aft Hwy SOl Narth. IBid Lwt. .
.,sad aacic ovarlaek ... P'._ 4751330. BaiUlac. P........... Jab Still grewlac. Call 475 1953 _. ..... y.S -
bed. Extra sad shah ...r'" area ad ...........' tar all .. ... N..460.70sir. .._, have
.r Priced. to Ml wltktreat ............. Sckealgradaata after 7 p.. tl/.... .
8/1 8' Hk ..... ,
.. S200.... ..840 Itchg 1810-1880.1150. WUtoiaMFreack :.,._.. 404 NW look Ceeipletoly .r. aappraalaiaulr v nJ cMMircbl laU .. ... ., .att....
ar ............ aaayear'a ------- .... I :Ml. !?
la..th.. Caatnerclali FOR SALE'i7i"CI"I. Haada; ..."...... ......... A. Galaecvale. PRAM arra.tOO'

ca lIa... .v.JUble.r4714175. ., click ikllt. feed relcted.....rll.acperlaaca.. .. 84" k>a|, ....11... DISABLED VETERANr 1787110. tllc", --- -- T.. 20.-sen---tn.-.. ...tery,. BR, 21/1 bah.
Sapervlcery preferable .
"/30 tl/efcg .... ... SI,750. Pbeaa 475- T. caaditlaa, II.'. Call.r WU else out .,. It frwl.S. Hwy :301. ............ very black CH/A ...., raf.40x80 .
18'1. act raaafcred. to .... W....473-1204. your 'i ii. 7A-; ;; : 1 aerec with btrfe. ......... |lass !! 8B 10 -
appt. .
tlcIgGIGANTIC! fir ..... paeltktacyea ...... ,. the ..> ,.... peed ea feared 4
qualify kcap ....... ......... p.v.d
t'oa GOLDs St.r8.4.: GARAGE" .... .ka a ......... .. K., "!. llckg 4/1 ...... Jsk. '473.24O failysrtSla.d.. pkacM 114- -- air 857,500.

SH., ........ cole.. SALEi Jaaa ,-4, T..,.. Clay C....,. 1y... ......,. -------- ,tl/cba .071.7/11. ttckFURNITURE. 1 BR. I"balk f;;;. ...... 3BR. I bath, living ,..,.
il Iryv. Wll *visit .. ........ ......n.. ...*.*. ,.. Bay .....11'. apply at FOR SALE. Mwlsg. AU FOR SALE 174 ..... New '..4 I. tawa, carpeted, ..,,.... CB. !. !.... V.ry I BR.. Bth"brkl.. CH/A
geld. P...... ,Mr.taws dra,.*. .ked. .prada aad Clay, Caaaty C......., ........,. ,...11..., la- A AM/FM Pi'Ridla.cyl. ...., IKIac r.. .....), ....n... .......... ............. S fireplace., bars. 8 acre.
aywbcre. 3/9 su <.k ..r.. Lake S....., 2 Servkea ."'... .15 W..... ......*, rifrkjaratar. '.''.. Dactar.". SI /C. tal 473 227 .. ...... ..!.(., .P......... kMatlea,priced ta c......, S584MO 10 ere. S70.000. ..
4731089. t/2 .... E... .. M. -..., Street, G,... Cave Sprhita, ... ......, case. TV aadera. S .MO. | f- cad .....tavca,s ah.. 1..000..__ :tBR.1 bath brick. k... at. -- -- -
SR-14. foDew .l.... Itpd 4/1 FL 32043..llcbg .Call 47 3-2278.1 tpd, 0/ILONGCHAMF llckg .0/1 ... lava ..... BARGAIN BUS.I.CORGC. 8 acre. .._..I...., ek.
irar S3 a.,.. la 'laierevcdpactara ... ... .
ttari w.ii' CENTER. V.s. 101 ...... city .. SI.8OO .
/ BRASINGTON 1.1. .1 read ...
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Wo Now Have Cadillac Oldsmobile Starka. S/IS III... ........, II.350. per acre.AeaaclaUa R... Real ROBERT E.Ut. BnkrnPk JR. I S 4/10 Mr** ....8... US

Flourscenl Lights I IorThaHome RAWLEIGHMR. ------ ... M4-782S :301 N. L.....", 811,000.

A Office | Sales & Service t .,...L.FaalbaarEvaalawa OPEN Salmoay AM. -
STARKE. Farad Hal."'.. 3445 Bcr"il4
AfThe fine Selection Cf Used GROOM Home and BuildingMaterials baatlf baavly ....... h_ N.-.8)44l4t...... T.r... 856.500.DAY.EVEVwEEKENDIS.

OFFICE I' Cart Taken On ..... high .-d dry ...... E...... 9554172V.4.0.10.
THE SHOP | PRODUCTSAvailable I .._.. .bred your _.

064-6764 CadillaC Trades -WE BUILD- Left Cabin aa ......,, ...., ar)'.. day Uka _.. E..... 9514944'. P... 7823MMIFloriland
110 W, Call St. 2001 N.W13378SflDO In Your Area YourPfaw Or Our Cr,..., Clear L.". ,, .. _ro. Call far detail,.. ,
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GAINESVILLE 0... flaaaced.'Secluded
Starke Interested In Your Lot Or Ours SISjOOO.---.1-- STARKE. II .....U,..

Call For-Immediate arm.Service [ DROP IN Guying Or Selling:; FREE ESTIMATES but oat ....t. I, aid aerca. kaaca with S BR.. .haa for.barai.sad I Update Your [BTHOMASREAL

| Remodeling Repairs aa clear lake, week-end re' = .! .. *
Ms.'Frl..dg .r..1D K. ...... 121,500 t TV Keultj
, ) CaU468.t910Aft. Additions I 3 BR. 2 .bath ..Wl. .b.. .. linage...

Q IL1 HOME 101 South 2 bl..... .ire.NeDo.ald'.Op. L ., 5 P M, Homes Bought S.dlra.. -.-. -'H.- ... Is ,1 .. lake. 114.700. 621 North W..... 8t.Stark lllN.TeaiplaAva.Starka. ,Fla.M47700' ,

KVIClt I-OLI1 .. Monday !- Traded Bradlerd C..t,. ,.1. "I KEYSTONES- ---.-5sera I ..Flarlda, 3201
9.5. Friday Accaclatlaa' aad Have 644162Faraicr "
t 100 AM* thru.... Slur Tb rd.y.....,. 9-01, (.,.**. ACREAGE FOR .ec... ta Crystal L..... tra.ts.. ..arU.. 16.50.Tana |y A J.TbaaiaaBaal OpeaeaSatard.yA.M.
SIS, OO. 0.... Ikaaaced. I : EitataOaa .
!*iao200 -' .W.II. !!. DriIIin! ".. SALE I ----- Acre LetVlOO; 8....' I. ........ .1...... ta taw.
2 AMI* TABLECLOTH'S: 2" thry,, 6" 1 984.6853 A ASSOCIATES, Kayataaa H.I...... Fla. t S Acraa eYlOOA-..... City with Large Cael ...*... let
TON EI.S: AND REALTORS l t Ofllca H... .00' a 174'. Priced la 8." .
BEDSPREAD BlHmmmtr Fast Rotor/ Highway South .,...473-1903 IB 47J4M1 ,4T3-2039 L..I. ..,. __? -- --... .";j",",, J
} .. .... Starke - -- .. .
.I.! South 101 .r Pbaty af ....... raeai'-la
.......... KlBf .... IU.t51 Drilling Equipment? ---- -rr--.1._. 0',,. "'fir.." LI..... 450 ft. read tWo I dory ..... wIU..*

3 Uorve ,!iuc. S21.>5t Fall A Newer lookA ......... ..,*....to ....,with Large
3x Jtl.. SI895t Twla, HUe. STATE: LICENSED, Men-Women Ralph Bryan -- Oak .,... "* .
al contemporary loi""a ., lIa-a. I .. ..
117..95. Lirge celettlaa a, rr..lff** South ,
(.... ud lurailare .. Earn As You Learn Real Estate letterhead can A.,.. Itl It. .... Prep at career .*t J.....

.. .UDY. r.*.....blr.. price ltcb| PumpsNew IreaUc*. its T".,_ St. ISO' s &I)'.
7 --THE SIGN PAINTER. 8/1 A RewArdingSkill. 2UTN.T_BlcA".. make) all orts of ... ---- 2 BR 11_.., aad ...11 '

"N.w' ..W aW.. 1.U. A UsedSolesfonsService .Surka.FIaM447M difference to. a Fear BR. I ..... caacratablack Caacreta+.1C.....
:t : flea Markattratblattertei I If you} quall/v and your local Army : ..... W. MadlaaaS .
,-- FURNITURE Kria-rv Unit has 'an'opening IB lisp .: .ja aaviaaiSR business. _001_ W.. hpral4ria. Lawtoy.with .

!t Sp.cWk1.4 to REFINISHINCf E-Z Terms I field you ,'want skill.W Ne'II.. pay you.to kern.worth.thilt ._ 'U"w.s,24 _...IJMOIt. ; a fitwt: dGEEavLC5 I ka.Story.T..h.. ale.*. ready la "_ta IK I .*. 1t.,...a II BK.ya harass.- t Balk s... '

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aad caial --- huge ream
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.-U .WAIT Plumbing! : star,Ba.lc TnINII,. You pragrri. to ----- : ..I...- aad .. .' warb, .. appatalaieat to. Ma tM
! 0.-V.R"ei-1...M .. Adiancrd Training, learning your HAVE LOTS AND ,35 W. ClriSt. priced right .. .ate. pradackig prapertyOwaar
'. specialty front perthstrueturs. ACREAGE WITH Stark* Ft / ..a, la ..../.. '.10 .

y Newlnstoll( ....... .... ------ u YLawtor
OPERATE A RCO IE OK.S. to a parl-Umr job with your local : with CH/A.
o.th.0 Lawtairt SIM la.f JftftyLarge I clawed with. bigbar. araa->aaliprav di
MACHINES'wsuiao Remodeling'Repairs( .\rm, Heerv unit. "'f' pay you for ea acrea Land (I.. ..... !. 1
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POSTAGE hour a month' and two weeks fl,.... '1174 ..*.... ..... .I.HZIIII fete, 10,acre. 30 acre* 40
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typep ,
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., .... .... could lead lo full-time civilian job.Or C4.S34400. --- Pbeae 944-7700 .
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.--,; -..0.l ...... M. lasts ....... ." S rail thai cowld clangyour life. Ralph. P.Irysa IB PondeILBUR aril.904$470' :
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Pal ItA TELEGRAPH June I. 1178 t U UI

... -' ....,..., Ii OlympiansStay r rit r.I r.
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., ".,' ,.! ,..t'.t_
'?:'T''.r I :
!i 'H i .
to :' sIi. I
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I r '," '.,' ". Olympians maintained tifelr ,I
'\. ,, ,!' r: strong hold on first place but toot '!
! : .: without getting a scare from the Merchants
I In U, IIsponsored i
4 iM1t
i > lM1 theeoStarrkkeaRacre
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I 1 : by on I'
this week. I
Department, "
! I The Olympian were 1.0ror...i be :I
1 ,. j, week with the tie coming Monfay '
\ .
1 night:, Against the Merchant The :'I
\ J' Civitans were 2-0.the Merchant w ire !
! \ /0-M. and the Sonic went 04. '
I Scheduled Games: Wedneid y,
May 31. Sonic vs. Merchan s;
!. I Ii Thursday, June 1 Olympian s,
ClvlUns;; Monday. June S Sonlcs .
i'iIt ji Olympians; Tuesday, June 9 tt
i chants vs. Civitans.
Current Standings! Olympians'' 1-
2. Civitans 4-3-1, Merchant: S3,
Sonics 28.

I Clvitaosl*-Sonlcs 3
The Civitans rode the two ;flitpitching
,9 of Scott Allen and the per er
hitting of Kenny McNeal to a 16-3 <|c-
tory over the Sorties in Dixie B< ys
t I baseball Tuesday, May 30.. :
I r x, p : Allen 'went the distance for : e
out 13 batter In t&"
winners striking
c't' ,1', The rappelllng tower at left at Camp Standing. Ui. big sign with the name of Innings. He also aided his own catfce
i c \ 7: the camp on It racing Sit-18 Just past the main gate, became termite ridden and by knocking two doubles ,In rtvo
;.1wa.. demolished idle week the S3rd t
j by Engineering Detachment of Camp official at-bats. ;
': .,.; Blandlng. i McNeal laced three doubles i n id
f. '; 1, scored two runs in four trips to I te
foot tower taken down and with a new 40
This 60 high was wW be replaced plate.Pat. .

i foot tower. '''D'I' I Southerland got.the only ex -abase
I hit for the Sonlcs a double in e

\ w.," fourth inning.
Olympians S-Merchants t '
+ ;, Participating In the demolition of the old tower Tueiday were these ? The, Olympians and Merchai t*
; "MaS, member of the 633rd. Above tl l-r>t Staff flgt' Lloyd Macy. Spec. S Dennis fought to a seven Inning 5-5 pitch '1
Khoden. Sgt. Malcolm Adam, Spec.Victor Grlffls Spec. Mike Hoover, and duel in Dixie Boy baseball Monday,
Spec. 4 Allen AkrUge. ,',,,,4y; May 29.Kenny.
Clark went the distancethe
.. .' -\ fIj Olympians: allowing six hits and
striking out 14 Merchants. Thorn is
Paladino complete gar le
Spec. S Dennis Rhoden above right cuts Into one of the supporting posts In for the Merchants, striking' out-17
preparation to pulling down the old tower. "-, ride."I" batters and giving up only four hits.
., ai >" Clark had a home run and a trl le n
four trips for the Olympians, and Jcfff
:,.,"f' Taylor laced a double and a single for,*
',.r'V'" the Merchants.: '

,, A Pulled by a Hi-ton dump truck the old tower Is on Its way down lower right. Olyntpalns$-Sonlcs 1
; The tower sandwiched when they hit staying exactly the pattern of the old
tower. v: The scored four runs :tn
Yk ,' \ '/''';':, the first inning and then held on for.a
I ;, ';"1""" 6-5 victory over the Sonic In Dixie I
:"k ,J ,<' Boys baseball Thursday, May I
-,: Vt t. Chula
The winners were led by <<
Johnson's five-hit pitching and the
.' ;,'" hitting of Clayton Norman 2-for3
t.Il. M with two singles, and John Thompson,
with a double and a single In throe

Il.k If It Gets Fixed at Camp.Blanding, the 65 3rd trips to Civitans the plate..Merchants t .

The Civitans rallied for
There's one Florida National 1 Guard are from Starke, Keystone Heights, control and heavy equipment. Such during their ,two weeks of annual the bottom of the fifth inning eight to runs defeat
unit which can be categorized as a re Melrose and Kingsley Lake. jobs are important in both militaryand training, now in progress. and the Merchants, 9-8 in Dixie Bo; !I
cruiter's dream: the fl.Tlrd: Engineer You could attribute this success to civilian life. The plumbing section, with Staff baseball Wednesday. May 24.
Detachment of Camp Blanding, many things, but the unit's biggest Sgt.'Malcolm Adams in charge, will ments by Scott Allen, Thorn !I
\ The unit formed in 1976 with only 13 asset Is the training it offers in a repair more than 2,000 leaky faucets \ Franklin, Scott Hudson, and Jimmy
people although it was authorized SB. variety of Jobs: heating and air conditioning Chief Warrant Officer William at Blanding. taking Dlggs,along with five walks and a !hjt
1 Less than two years later it has 62 welding carpentry Smith Starke. outlined a few of the often batter,provided the fire power for ttte
people assigned Most of Its members plumbing electrical work rodent projects his unit will be working on The electricians supervised by Sgt. tive Civitans' big inning : .' ".: :. .' ..
.... ..,.James Fuqua\, Of,1Cipgsleyewire I '! l wJJI, .'. .endless | : :...:TheoM +L ta.ipcored'raMNr' ; ...
!>'1 PI. ,' .
.' 'tlMr,\I\o.f' c building and replace electrical ",. ;plated Jn the first( three innlngs.with pl Iy a.
'Iv poles as part of their ummerVainp'. errors ana bases on balls doingof m
FARMER'S Ml UM $ duties tOther 'time. the damage. The Merchants'.oniy

crews, with Staff Sgt. Lloyd The two hits were a single by'Eddb
; 2226 N.TEMPLE AYE. Macy and Staff Sgt. Arthur Pratt In EIrod. Winkler and double. by Elaine Dya
984-7871 charge, will be tearing down docks'
and the rappelling tower; rebuilding Pine Level IS.Brooker 12 .
boat ramps, and salvaging metal for
-tuJi STARKE Die With both teams scoring seven ruin
,c .. os..ar"w'We.w. reuse and also resale be by the welding shop.They'll qualify the first inning Pine Level Baptist
moving tons-upon-tons people proved to be the strongest team In the
I of cement, using heavy equipment to In one end. winning 15-12 over Brocket II
: I get the job done to Baptist in Men's Church. League 80.,
f'f':1 f : I The rodent control personnel will be ball Friday May 26.. I'I
I. spraying all the buildings on post to
\J't: I get rid of insects. Springs
II I Capt.Wayne Jordan,commander of Tubing or canoeing 'down th j
'*". ,1 I the 653rd, said the engineering per. Ichetucknee River has grown in >.
sonnel have really become conscious such recreation that '
(r. of a popular r<
1 of the environmental impact of their officials placed a 3,000- .
t. /:Tu actions on Camp Blanding's natural day limit on the number of( person$
/ WtfllHWl resources. For example In repairingthe using the' stream. They advised th*'
1-15 boat ramp on post a lot of service public to choose a weekday when th| I
sandbags were required. The sand '
park is less crowded rather tha .
EXCHANGE"I" : used to fill these bags came from Capt.: Saturdays and Sundays, for an outin
Kingsley Lake. This prevents any of the on the river.Damage .
W YOUR FARMERS MUTUAL : foreign soil from entering the water if said the .
the bags break. from 8 ,
939 '-,,. Cost consciousness Is another factor Day. : to the river's ecosystei i
1 DOMESTICFIELD ry N 1ISPIOSTARTER SOBAGIDIKOUNTt involved, According to Staff Sgt. Stone, from overuse was cited as the reas i'
materials such ,
old as "
''. N ) ALL moic iio wmuui ON nici IMIT m HKIIKMO i iOOO Macy, return for the ban.
scrap metal and other matter
:- AOLL *11 .95 '
25 'bij CALF 9.15II.bg
limil2l4rREIIIUM. S58.50CALF \ .
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OK.99 MINERAL 5.25 M.big *:> \10
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