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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 6, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Struggling with a lengthy 801 bond which remained outstanding on the r tof-way. FPL won the suit
pay-off, skyrocketing construction 1954 bond Issue. collected S85. OO damages, and was
At lorn and deteriorating roads in need The I960 bond Issue Included the paid out of monies accruing to Brad
t 'w repair, the Bradford County Commission paving of: ford's secondary road fund. ,
4J + has managed to pave only one 1)) US-301 right-of-way from Starketo Eight years passed before the
tow secondary road in the past 10 Clay County line, $338 llM1. county could get more than a token
11* .fear.. 2) US-301 right-of-way from Starketo amount of money' built up In the i
The 1.3 mile stretch of Pleasant Alachua County line, $700.045 secondary road fund. Flashing rail I
f Grove Church Road was finally paved Including some expensive right-of- road signals and cross arms which
r .last November after the way when the road straightened lower were Installed at the New River
county's secondary road priority list through Starke. Crossing,site of several accidents for
for paving since 1969. The state 3)SRS-231 east of Brooker to west of 35000. The county was also able to
I Department of Transportation (DOT) Graham $156,596. purchase right-of-way costing some
predicted In March 1976 that three 4))SRS-22SA from SR-225 to SRS-125. $25,000 for widening SR-16 east and
roads would be. paved within two $89.888. ,west of Starke. but that repaying E
years, but the Crawford Settlement 8)) Santa Fe River bridge over SRS237 project came from stale funds .
Road and the Laura Church Road are $26,508, In 1976 the county retopped SR-229.
still sand roads today. They, too, have 6)) Santa Fe,River bridge over. SR- the Brownlee Road a distance of nine
IMeIon the priority !list, since 1969. 225 S3$,111. miles for $90,000, which was paid for
'..' As 1977 approached It seemed the Next time the county began/ get out of the secondary road fund
secondary road Its head above water with its The Pleasant Grove Church Road. a
paving picture might secondary road fund was 1967 when short 1.3 mile stretch with a psvlngcost
.x Firework form colorful umbrella over Lake Geneva In the finale' of Keystone Height annual. Our Country,Daycelebration Secondary be:opening up.road Funds fund accruing to the big trucks going to the new gas plantat of less than 100.000 when the
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Tuesday night. Brooker were tearing SR235. first
jumped from $72.103 In up project was contemplated five oral
$220,000 1971-72 to Pressure built from the Brooker area ,( years ago thus became the first
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f. h. dr d xy ths$1.7 million per year bonds 1972-73 sold In as 1960 some to of 4- to repave the road to primary new paved road since the Sanla Fr
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lane US-301 specifications.The Lake Road In 1970. Meantime
were retired, "
". board agreed and In 1967 construction costs more than doubledto
.. IOn'October.t.m. the cash balance: borrowed $500,000, pledging the 230000.
In. the Bradford. County secondary county's secondary: road funds.""The With Interest the secondary fund
road fund kept by DOT had reached loan was repaid In five years with the kept by the DOT has an annual
$125,000. That was when the county board borrowing enough to repave estimated revenue'of $320.000. DOT
commission dusted oft its 1969 road SR-235 to primary specifications plus' reports. But dept 'service on bond
'i Y paving priority list Engineering work pave the Santa Fe Lake and Issues for paving projects dating backto
was done on the Pleasant Grove SR-235 cost some $350,000 theSanta 1954 Is 100.000 per year and won't
:.i Church Road, the Crawford Settlement Fe Lake Road 220000. far end until 1990. leaving some S2:!:!D.lliln
: Road 3,$ miles and the Laura above original estimate of$160,000for available for projects each >eor.
Church Road,2.6 miles Paving of the the lake road. DOT estimate that $257,MO ,,will .
I Pleasant Grove Road followed at a' In 1970 the secondary road fund was accrue to the cnunt)'s secondary road '
[cost.JOf $230,000,, dealt yet another blow when Florida fund in I078-T'*u IMiom: In 79-/o.
Power&Light won a civil suit against $254.000 In'IKMil.and$266,000in'HI-IB,
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(the otdJ.awley> Hand-.SR-239: put poles < juillon/ of .
229, SH-129 and SR-li,- back!; to the,n were" forced. to,'move"" them off state gasoline ,
county the DOT promised l]to put them !
Into, first 'class condition But the I
repavlng projects were paid for from
the county's secondary road funds ata Holliday.Resigns.
total cost of $307,000..

Cook Willie Roger*Instruct gubernatorial candidate Bruce Smathert In the Ralford youngster puckers 4p toI 'I That $307,000 repaying series plus I
art of stirring chicken plleaii at celebration. let fly In. watermelon iced spitting the $230,000 it cost to pave the 1.3
contest. miles of Pleasant Grove Church Road School Board Post ,
the $529,000 balance plus the ,
mangy gas tax collections through
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4th Celebrated in KH April. School board member Arthur N. the Governor's office Informed
Raiford Back at zero secondary road funds., Holliday submitted his resignation to Holliday I that under Florida .Sl.itule
the county commission now talks of Gov. Reuben Askew effective July 1. 114.01 "state elective office Is deemed
i Fireworks drew hundreds of spectators newly acquired and refurbished ramps and completed complicatedturns using monies now paid annually to clearing the way for someone to run vacant upon the officer's unexplained
f.' Tuesday night to the small community center and a fireworks and twists at the Community DOT to maintain secondary roads as a for a two-year term in qualifying absence for BO consecutive d.i>* and
I;. towns of Keystone Heights and display at dark. Visitors could hardlyget Church parking lot. possible source for paving new which opens July 11. upon the officer's failure to ni.iliit.iin
1:, Ralford In celebration of in the door of the large communitycenter A number of Keystone citizens, secondary roads.In one recent month The 70-year-old Holliday suffered a residence in the state.
f: Independence Day, the 202nd birthday when the crowd was at its many dressed In outlandish garb, took DOT charged the county $15,000 for stroke In February and last attendeda .. "If there are! circumstances uhtrh
of the United States of America height. part in the "Keystone Krackers"soft- secondary road maintenance. At that school board meeting In January. would clarlf )our present absence"
'' ball game later In the day Monday. rate if all secondary roads are from Bradford t'nunty. this office" will
Thecolartul'arrayoffireworksoverLake Hundreds of visitors participated in repaved the county could save up to "As a result of the stroke suffered be happy to give (them conKidoriilionOtherwise ,
::. Geneva was the finale of the events which included a free Among the players were a ,ballerina; $180,000 per year In maintenance In February. I have been advised by unless a letter ..f
( Keystone Heights' eighth annual Our dinner of chicken pileau, slaw, beans Uncle Sam and clowns. Others had on costs. my physician to make permanent my resignation In the Governor ,In,
;: Country Day celebration which Included and corn. on the cob a visit by the baggy'overalls, jeans.shorts one 'Another big obstacle In paving new residency in Georgia with my received within seven da,1C from re
;; a parade Tuesday morning ,Secretary of State Bruce Smathers. a participant paraded around the fieldIn secondary roads is the deterioration daughter and son-in-law," Holliday ceipl of this letter the ;= July 4, sports contests, water exhibitions gubernatorial candidate, and staff a long dress. of paved county roads besides those wrote to School Board Chairman J.T. to enter an executive order divl.irmg
;t boat races, aerial shows, field and the grand finale of fireworks. The Keystone Kops, acting as the DOT Is turning back. The Parrlsh In a letter dated June 27 and a \neancy In the office of .Vluiol
;;. day events and the highlight of the umpires, kept their cool under commission has given its approval (for postmarked June 30 In Atlanta Hoard Member from )our diMrirl.. '
weekend the fireworks. Raiford Mayor J,D. Griffis and umbrellas. Zany antics of the team DOT to arrange the sale of $700.000 in "I deeply regret that health will attorney Marling IMIid.nHnllidaVii ,
', A grand oT Fourth was! celebrated members kept spectators smiling, but bonds my
t' other Ralford officials radiated revenue to retop SR-235. Smiles not allow to In the term expires In I'MU! Ho
me serve
': In Raiford as the Union County, town welcome and pride in the accomplishments the players seemed to have the best ; SR-233, 5 miles; SR-229A, Z:1: to which I am accustomed capacity and to was elected to I he sthonl (hoard in I'-72
:t near the state prison opened arms ,to of the town since the purchaseof time of all.Monday miles; SR-225, 3.2 miles; SR-100A. U which the people of Bradford County and returned unopposed In l'76! ;
;, some 500 visitors for dedlcatlo .othe the land and building from Union evening was topped off miles; SR-200B, 1.. miles; SR-231, 5 deserve. Several person nave expressed an
.:1" County last January. In addition to with a street dance. Young and old miles;' SR-237, 2.4 miles; SR-225. I "I I will always be Interested In Interest in running for the two )enr
If refurbishing the community center alike gathered to dance or just listento mile; SR-21A, l.S miles;. SR-235. 2.3 Bradford County and Its school term in phone :).' inside and out, extensive grounds the music of the Southern Knights. miles;\SR-225A, 1.6 miles, and SR- system. Bradford County will always Wednesday morning said. Siiperxisorof
;I,: work has been completed around the 230A, 1 mile. be my home." wrote Holliday. Elections I Neva -hlln.
. building and on the softball field in A' 10 year payback period is Following the June 19 school board A long lime resident of Stnrke.Holhda .
:; : one corner of the property. An entire Smothers KeepsTo contemplated, which will further -neetlng a letter was written by school \ worked 25 tears us n
. set of playground equipment has been' encumber funds and further delay :ooard attorney J.J. Wolbert advising laboratory' technician for Dr. II II,
:r.'t' purchased by the town and Installedat any paving of new secondary roads. Gov. Askew that Holliday had been Adams. Recently he has. worked ulDeVSlttC
, ; the center. Conservative 'Stfll I 'soaking up the county's onable to attend the last five regular Jones Funeral Home. .
, secondary road funds Is US-301. The ,-neetlngs of the board and asked that Holliday was timekeeper for
.,.' Our Country Day observances In Track in Raiford'' county has been making payments on Ills District 3 seat be declared vacant.A Bradford High basketball and font hall.
Keystone Heights were highlighted (the main thoroughfare since it was oldRaa4 games for man veers. always maintaining
Tuesday night by the huge fireworks 13 back in 1928. letter dated June 30 from attorney an avid Interest In I ho III IS
SaturMy, July 1 display over Lake Geneva. Visitors Democratic Gubernatorial Bruce C. Starling general counsel in athletic program. \
1 lined SR,21 through Keystone Heights Candidate Secretary of State Bruce '" ,
1 ,L'" Bake Sale for a mile and a half using resident'slawns Smathers helped Raiford celebratethe Next came: a$1 million bond Issue In
_i ,,30a.m..m.r ] to get a glimpse of the fire Fourth by dedicating the new 1954 for which then Acting Governor
//I;; 'Wlnn-Dixie Parking Lot works. K1I buTifged with people community center during the Charley E. Johns led the way in Starke Man Charged J1H
celebration paving secondary roads In the
: sponsored by Tuesday night, and roads from the Tuesday many
Hampton Concerned town were filled as visitors exited. Smathers a fiscal conservative, county the first substantial paving of '
j Citizens stayed close to a patriotic theme In his secondary roads In the county.

1..I poured Hundreds In the of out-of-town normally quiet spectators lake all dedication citizens should speech.re-establish. emphasizing a belief that following That 1964 roads bond in the Issue county paved; the With Assaulting Cop fl
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In themselves
: Monday,July 10 region to view the many events duringthe their community and '
1. vI four days of Our Country Day their country.. ll A road from the Alachua County Joey Howell 22 of Rt. 2. Box 108,G. the Influence of alcohOl.'on Sund >.
I! County Commission observances. Smathers Is the only candidate with line to Hampton.SR-325. Starke is being held In Bradford July 2. at 11-32pm.: ..
) I ,,30 a.m. experience In all three branches of 2> A. road from SH-227 to Sampson County jail for assaulting a Starke Police reports say Officer DentonDevoe
;' Bradford Courthouse ., KH festivities opened Saturday.. government having served as a City the south half of the Sampsoncity 'city policeman after_being chased received a call from Bradford
1 July I, with a day of tennis compe prosecuting attorney from 1970 to loop, down and arrested for driving under County Hospital that there .'ISI
J .. tition. That afternoon the scene 1972, a State Senator for two years 3) Griff Loop Road south of Starkeoff drunk driver In the parking lot of the
, 'Tuesday,July 11 shifted to Keystone Beach where boat after that and as Secretary of State SFl-100. hospital. DeVoe responded 'to the call
? racing enthusiasts veiwed (the first of up to the present time. 4) Road from Alachua: County line Reno Man Shot and Howell pulled out of the lot and
Qualifying Op.ns two days of high speed racing. The re-establishment'of. the death to Graham, SR-229. headed west on Call Street.
for penalty is one. of Smathers' top t> Road 239 near HeUbronn Springs
September Primary priorities having served on the from end of pavement to SR-229. 5 Times in Chest Howell then ran one car off the road)
.'"" Sunday the Keystone Country Club special Senate committee that got I.) SR-22M tit SR-U near HeUbronn near the bridge on Call Street and
Starka. Council was abuzz with activity as some 86 back the death penalty Florida. Springs Church SR-329A. ,Jesse'James Rice, of 914 N. Pine, followed that by running a red light' at
e lpm.Bf4k.r people entered the Our Country Day He says that he would sign a death 7)) Streets to Lawtey.. Street In the Reno section of Starke' the intersection of Call Street" and
I golf tournament Tennis competition warrant If presented to him,and he Is I.> Streets b Starke. was shot five times In the chest by a Water Street. ,
'' < Council continued to sweat It out on the city currently serving on the'clemency I) New Hope burch: Road. visiting houseguest Friday, June 30." Officer DeVoe then pulled up heild.>.
:: 7110: p.m.Hampton courts and! boat races thrilled fans board which has the responsibility of 10)\ Edwards Loop. Road south, of at Willie .,according police reports. ,Howell to try and get him (to pullover
with their daredevil speeds. reviewing death sentences. Stsrke.v' Pittway. ; of Montgomery< but Howell ran the police car off
I .\ Council. ,Smathers vows that he will also veto 11) Crystal. Lake Road to SR-100 Ala., was arrested and charged with the road. DeVoe then got Howell) to-
:-1 ". TilOem.Sommunityf The young people were kept High any Increases presented to him by land 13>Two short roads from SR- the shooting and Is being ,held In pull over and the year-old got Into
1 Monday afternoon at Keystone Congress, with no exceptions. ,100 Theresas ,Bradford County jail. the back seat.
: craw4t with field day events. The youngsters Capping government "growth and near. Rice Is In serious condition In the The suspect then started kicking I the
illft'' ( competed In sack, races tu -of.war'' holding taxes where 'they :are presently In 1900,when the first bond Issue on University ,.Hospital's. IntensiveCareUnit door and windows of t..:. polk car
: contest, and foot races. Watermelon are two of Smathers alma If he old Road 13' war retired ahead of In Jacksonville according to city and yelling obscenities at Officer
'; e1Dttthink.. eating and seed spitting contests were is elected, The Secretary of State,who schedule the county went Into a $1.7 police.The. DeVoe. DeVoe.was forced to sprat
.MMTtf. on the agenda. skateboarders were' will be 35 in October, says that the mUHon Issue to four-land US-MI north shooting followed an argument mace at Howell. and they procevdeci,
COMtri,._NOT_w spotlighted later In the afternoon as' state budget will have an 80-mlllion and bulls to each county line. At that In the home of Rice,' and the investigation to Bradford County jailL1br.ry .
..-.._..I--c.1.. tn M. vnAmari ,nn iwwf 'i$..w.. **n" IlnII.r .IIrn111S 5,.... !. time _the county refinanced $740,000 Is continuing, police say. IS.. Page :u



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Struggling with a lengthy 801 bond which remained outstanding on the right-of-way. FPL won the suit
I pay-off i skyrocketing construction 19M bond issue. collected $85,000 damages and was
sqst5,and deteriorating road In need The 1960 bond Issue Included the paid out of monies accruing to Brad-
""of repair, the Bradford County Com- paving of: ford's secondary road fund. .
,, tArt minion has managed to pave only one 1) US-301 right-of-way from Starketo Eight years passed before the
hew secondary road in the past 10 Clay County line, $336,186. county could get more than a token;,
.. :year. 2)) US-301 right-of-way from Starketo amount of money built up in the
The 1.3 mile stretch of Pleasant Alachut County line, $700,045. secondary road fund. Flashing rail- .
Grove Church Road was finally paved Including some expensive right-of- road signals and cross arms which ,
last November after being on the way when the road straightened. lower were Installed at the New River
-county's secondary road priority list through Starke. Crossing,site of several accidents for
r for' paving since 1969. The state 3)SRS-231 east of Brookef to west of $35.000. The county: was also able to 1''
Department of Transportation (DOT), Graham, $156,506. 'purchase right-of-way costing some ? i
predicted in March 1976 that three 4))SRS-225A from SR.225 to SRS-125, $25.000 for widening SR-18 east and
roads would be paved within two $89,81(8. west of Starke. but that repaying #
years, but the Crawford Settlement 8)Santa Fe River bridge over SRS- project came from state funds .
Road and the Laura Church Road are 237, $26,508 In 1976 the county retopped SR-229.
.j still sand roads today. have 6) Santa Ft River bridge over SR. the Brownlee Road a distance of nine
been on the priority: list since 1969. 225, $35,171. ; Y., miles, for$00.000, which was paid for
As 1977 approached it seemed Next time the county begaif to get out of the secondary road fund
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j Its head above water w thIts The Pleasant Grove Church Road a
1r secondary road paving picture might secondary road fund was 1967 when short 1.3 mile stretch with a paving
r: Fireworks form colorful umbrella over Lake Geneva in the finale of Keyitone Heights annual Our Country Day. be opening up. Funds accruing to the big trucks going to the new gas plantat cost of less than $100.000 when the
road' fund
; celebration Tuesday.night.': Jumped secondary from kept by DOT Brooker were tearing up SR-235. project was first contemplated five or
1: 1220.000 $73,103 in 1971-72 to Pressure built from the Brooker area six years ago, thus became the first
per year In 1972-73 as some of to the road to road the
since Santa
repave primary new paved Fe
the|l 7 million bonds sold In 1980 to 4-
Road
specifications. Lake In 1970. Meantime
''i. lana,US-301 were' retired.: The board agreed and In 1967 construction costs more than doubledto
On October t 1977 the cash balance borrowed $900,000, pledging the $230,000. .
In the Bradforcl..CounlY secondary county's secondary road funds' The With Interest the secondary fund
road fund kept by DOT had reached I loan was repaid In five years with the kept by the DOT has an annual
, 1123,000.: That was when the county board borrowing enough to repave estimated revenue'of' $320.000. DOT
I commission dusted off its 1969 road I SR-235 to primary specif ications plus' reports. But dept service on bond
paving priority list Engineering work; pave the Santa Fe Lake Road, SR-21 Issues for paving projects dating backto
was done on the Pleasant Grove i SR-235 cost some $330,000 and the 1954 Is $100,000 per year and von'I
Church Road the'Crawford Settle.went Santa Fe Lake Road $220.000. far end until 1990, leaving some $:.HO:! .mm'
F". Road 3.8 miles and the Laura i .above the original estimate of$180,000 available for projects: each year;
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J Y Church Road.2.6 miles. Paving of the i .for the lake road. DOT estimate* that $2117.11110111 '
t ., I Pleasant Grove Road followed at a i In 1970 the secondary road fund was accrue to the cntmt\'s secondary road
; ((COSt Of $230,000.. dealt yet another blow when Florida fund in 197 ..1tI) ':: 1I.(1O) in 'T"'-W>. I,
turnback Power Light won a civil suit against $254.000 In'80-81,and 6260.0011n'st( .&i:
k'' :Then came DOT'S of r the old State Road Departmer which The county secondary road fund i I. ,
;' < the.)county. In' 'had forced derived( theatb and .
PPLloreoCAtepower, ?.., rem 7th iM" m&ymMO i .
,:!;T!Eo.1'4Iada"t.o q ftarm: ; VIf"tot y 1IIE"'nvt'SR..a.stet'_imlt.;turtbef fn>iamtwly patent{AIMnorth. -, purtnat+l,th.tUb-OH*ft theHitlf, r

icy ; ,*....r Road V SR-235: ;'SR8.RI2S.'alid ..,FPL had put la tu pole andwere Imposed Scent tax on each ftalfon/ of
,,.. SH-1,' back to the,, forced' to.' move',., them oft state gasoline ,
county the DOT promised to put them
into first class condition But the \
repaving projects were paid for from ;
Holliday
Resigns
the county's secondary road funds ata
total coat of $307,000.
Cook Willie Rogers Instructs gubernatorial candidate Bruce Smathers In the Ralford youngster puckers up to That $307,000 repaying'series plus
art of stirring chicken plleau at celebration let fly In watermelon seed spitting. the $230.000 It cost to peve the 1.3 '
contest. miles of Pleasant Grove Church Road School Board Post
used up the $525,000 balance plus the I
I monthly gas tax collections through I

4th Celebrated in KH April. School board member Arthur N. the Governor's office informed
RaifordFireworks i Back at zero secondary road funds, Holliday submitted his resignation to Holliday that under Florida Statute
the county commission now talks of Govi Reuben Askew effective July I, 114.01 a state elective office Is deemed
drew hundreds of spec newly acquired and refurbished ramps and completed complicated using monies now paid annually to clearing the way for someone to run vacant upon the officer's unexplained
';: tators Tuesday night to the small community center and a fireworks turns and twists at the Community DOT to maintain secondary roads as a for a two-year term In qualifying absence for HO consecutive days unit I
f.: towns' of Keystone Heights and display at dark. Visitors could hardlyget Church parking lot. possible source for paving new which opens July 11 upon the officer's failure to m.iimain
Raiford In celebration of in the door of the large community A number of Keystone citizens, secondary roads.In one recent month The 7o-year.old Holliday suffered a residence in I the state' .
fl':: Independence Day, the 202nd birthday .center when the crowd was at its many dressed In outlandish garb, took DOT charged the county $15,000 for stroke in February and last attendeda ., "If there nre circumstances uhich
: of the United States of America. height. part in the "Keystone Krackers"softball secondary road maintenance. At that board meeting in January. would clarify your present absence
game later In the day Monday rate U all secondary roads are from Bradford Count), thin office w ill
j 1f The colorful array of fireworks over Hundreds of visitors participated In repaved the county could save up to "As a result of the stroke 1 suffered he happy In give them connidor.ilion!
:; Lake Geneva was the finale of the events which Included a free Among the players were a ballerina $180,000 per year in maintenance In February. I have been advised by Otherwise, unless n letter! of
r Keystone Heights' eighth annual Our dinner of chicken pileau, slaw beans Uncle Sam and clowns. Others had on costs. my physician to make permanent my resignation; la I the (;an'rll..r IK I
::. Country Day celebration which Included and corn on the cob, a visit by the baggy overalls, Jeans.shorts, one *Another big obstacle In paving new residency in Georgia with my received within seven dabs from receipt
:= a parade Tuesday morning,' Secretary of State Bruce Smathers, a participant paraded around the field secondary roads Is the deterioration daughter and son-ln-Taw," Holliday nf Ihlll1OIIC'r.Iix-(;o\'rm" plans.
:!. July 4, sports contests, water exhibitions gubernatorial candidate, and staff In a long dress. of paved county roads besides those wrote to School Board Chairman J,T, to enter' an C'xC'cuUnrdt'r deiUrine
-3 ,, boat races, aerial shows, fields and the grand finale of fireworks. The Keystone Kops acting as the DOT Is turning back. Thecemmiwlonhasgivenitsapproval Parrish in a letter dated June 27 and a vacancyIn the office of Sihnnl i
day events, and the highlight of the umpires, kept their cool under for postmarked June 30 In Atlanta. Hoard Member from "our district."
:;' weekend, the fireworks. Raiford Mayor J.D. Grlffis and umbrellas Zany antics of the team DOT to arrange the sale of $700,000 In "1 deeply regret that health will nllornev Starling wrote llollidillnllid.i's \, I
'; A grand ol' Fourth was celebrated: members kept spectators smiling, but bonds my
: other Ralford officials radiated revenue to retop SR-235 5 not allow to in the term expire In t I'Wrt Hewn
me serve
.i In Raiford as the Union County town welcome and pride In the accomplishments the players seemed to have the best miles; SR-233 miles; SR-229A.. U: to which I am accustomed capacity and to elected. IICllhf''IIdlllni hoard In l'ij:
: near the state prison opened arms,to of the town since the purchaseof time of all.Monday miles; SR-22S. 3.2 miles; SH-100A. 6.Smiles which the people of Bradford County and returned unopposed in 1976.!
' some 500 visitors for. dedication,of the the land and building from Union evening: was topped off ; SR-200B, I.' miles; SH231. S deserve. Several persons have expressed nn
:I,. County last January. In addition to with a street dance. Young and old miles;"SR-237, 2.4 miles; SR-22S. 1 "I will always be Interested In Interest in running for the two >enr
: refurbishing the community center alike gathered to dance or just listento mile; SR21A. 1.5 miles;, SR-235 2.3 Bradford County and Its school term in phonerails to her office
tj j;: inside and out, extensive grounds''' the music of the Southern Knights. mlles'iSR-225A.; 18 miles, and SR. system. Bradford County will alwaysbe Wednesday morning said !Supervisor
.\.:' work has been completed around the 230A, t mile. home," wrote Holliday. of Kleclions: Neva Flynn
I.\< ,building and on the softball field In ,.A* 10 year' payback period Is Following my the June 19 school board A long lime resident nf :Slarke.Holhdax .
; .: one corner of the property. An entire Smathers KeepsTo contemplated, which will further nesting a letter was written by school worked 25 tear nit n
:, set of playground equipment has been encumber funds and further delay aoard attorney J.J. Wolbert advising laboratory' technician: for Dr II II.
::; purchased by.the' town: and installedat any paving of new secondary roads., Gov. Askew that Holliday had been Adams Recently he has worked l nlDeMitt
". the center Conservative 'Stfll I'>soaklng up the county's enable to attend the last five regular C Jones Funeral Home.Holliday .
, secondary road funds Is US-301. The peelings of the board and asked that wn timekeeper for
w y V Our Country Day observances In Track in Raiford county has been making payments on his District 3 seat be declared vacant.A Bradford High basketball and football
Keystone Heights were highlighted for
the main game* men years, always maintaining -
w Tuesday night by the huge fireworks' 13 back thoroughfaresince It was old letter dated June 30 from attorney an avid Interest in the IIHS
'' tafuidey, July e display over Lake Geneva. Visitors Democratic Gubernatorial Road" ,. in 1928. Bruce C, Starling, general counsel In athletic pro ram,
4 f lined SR-21 through Keystone Heights Candidate Secretary of State Bruce '' ;
! Bake Sale for a mile and a half using resident's Smothers helped Ralford celebrate Next came a$1 million bond Issue In
'130a.mSp.m.'WnnDlxla lawns to get a glimpse ol the fireworks -' the Fourth by dedicating the new 1994 for which then Acting Governor
i / parking LotII KH budged with people community center during the Charley E. Johns led the way In Starke Man Charged t
f sponsored by Tuesday night, and roads from the celebration Tuesday. paving many secondary roads In the ,
; Hampton Concerned town were filled as visitors exited. Smathers. a fiscal conservative, county the first substantial paving of
j Citizens stayed close to patriotic theme In his secondary roads In the county.

1 II .Hundreds of out-of.town spectators dedication speech, emphasizing that 'rhad9M bond Issue paved the With Assaulting Cop \\1
Ifb poured In the normally quiet lake all citizens should re-establish a beliefIn following roads in the county;
! : .MondayJulyI0 region to view the many events duringthe themselves their community,and
four days of pur Country Day their country.. I) A road from the Alachua County Joey Howell.22. of Rt. 2. Box lOfl.G. the Influence of alcohol.en :SunHn.v.o
County Commission. observances Smathers Is the only candidate with line to Hampton. SR-325. Starke. is being held In BradforiCounty July 2. at 11:32: pm.
., f:30a.m. experience In all three branches of :2> A road from SR-327 to Sampson jail for assaulting a Starke Police reports say Officer IVnlon
Bradford Courthouse '. KH festivities opened Saturday, government having served as a City the south half of the Sampsoncity city policeman after being chased DeVoe received a call from Bradford
., July 1, with a day of tennis compe- prosecuting attorney from 1970 to loop.. down and arrested for driving under County Hospital that there was. a
\ tition. :That afternoon the scene 1972. a State Senator for two years S)Grilf Loop Road south of Starke drunk driver in the parking lot of the, 1
' 'Tuesday, July 11 shifted to Keystone Beach where boat after that and as Secretary of State off SR-100. hospital. DeVoe responded to the cull
.' .- ..--.- racing enthusiasts velwed the first of. up to the present time; 4* Road from Alachua: County line Reno Man Shot and Howell pulled out of the lot and
Qualifying Opens two days of high speed .racing. The reestabiishmentrof-the: death to Graham. SR-225. headed west on Call Street,
penalty Is one, of Smathers' top 5) Road 235 near Hellbronn Springs
: For
September Primary priorities, having served on the from end of pavement to SR-229. 5 Times in Chest Howell I then ran one car off the road
'" Sunday the Keystone Country Club near the bridge Call Street,
.h yv special Senate committee that on and
t got 6) SR-229: to SR-1S near Hellbronn
Starke Council was abuzz with activity as some 86 back the death penalty, in Florida. Springs Church SR-229A. Jelllle"James Rice, of 914 N. Pine followed that by running red light; at
t 7pm.Broker people entered the Our Country Day He says that he would sign a death 7) Streets In Lawtey.. Street In the Reno section of Starke., the intersection' of Call Street' and
golf tournament. Tennis competition warrant if presented to him, and he Is 8) Street In Starke. was shot five times In the chest by a Water Street. ,
Council continued to sweat It out on the city currently serving on the clemency 9) New Church.Road. visiting houseguest Friday. 'June 30,' Officer DeVoe then pulled up beside
'1, ? 7i3A s.rn.Hampton courts and boat races thrilled fans board which has the responsibility of 10). Edwards Hope Loop Road south of at .,according to police reports. ,,'Howell to try and get him l to pullover
with their daredevil speeds. reviewing death sentences. SUrketfII Wile Pittway, of Montgomery, but Howell ran the police car off
Council .Smathers vows that he will also veto Crystal Lake Road to SR-100 Ala., was arrested and charged with the road DeVoe then got Novell to
IJ 7130 p.m. The young people were kept busy any tax Increases presented to him by 12 and 13>Two short roads from SR. the shooting, and Is being held, 'In pull over, and the 22-year-old 'into
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Monday afternoon at Keystone High Congress, 'with no exceptions. ,100 near Theresa Bradford County Jail. ,the) epececttthenstartet1kickingthe
: cwwrrq with field day events. The youngsters Capping government. s'growth and Rice Is In serious condition: In the' The ( \
competed In sack races, tug-of-war holding taxes where they are pre In 1964,when the first bond Issue on University,Hospital's IntenslveCare door and windows of ti.. police car
(SommitnityJHatrltank
: itrr contest, and foot races. Watermelon .sently are two of Smathere' aims U he 'old :Head 13"was.retired .ahead of Unit In Jacksonville,according to city and 'yelling' obscenities: at Offltfr"
. eating and seed spitting contests were (elected The Secretary of State who schedule the county went Into a f 1.7 police.The. oe"was forced! 'la sera
on the agenda. Skateboarders were will be 35 In October, says that the mien lames to four-land US-301 north shooting followed an argument mace! at Howell. and they proreedeit
A.U.hsmssew spotlighted later In the afternoon as .state budget will have an BOmillionrfnllm and IIOUtIuell& county line At that in the home of Rice,'and the Investigation to Bradford County Jail.
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1Sen.\ Graham Makes Starke Tour Sheriff Deputize UetldtslaMay


; Meeting as many people as possible down to the small south .Bradford have an "I don't give a damn" : '
In a shortened visit due to tight community of Graham, where be toldpostal attitude toward government It'
schedule arrangements, clerk Jean Lefeven that he Graham's campaign gimmick has Brooker Marshal'Brooker's "
gubernatorial candidate Senator Bob would be extremely disappointed If prompted him to write a book,
.
Graham D-Miamt Lakes, came Graham didn't take Graham." Workdays: Finding Florida on the' met'witl1'I J ',;' '
Town Council
through Starke Friday in the'midst of Job," which he hopes will polnttout ,
Graham who has become a some of his findings on.how''ttiie Bradford County Sheriff Dolph'VReddish
his hectic schedule.
campaign millionaire from Ms dairy farm and governemnt Is failing to help people. Tuesday, June 27 to lath .
Graham, an and dairy
farmer who has attorney been active' In the real estate Interests, has been Graham's top priority. If eJected/ about the ptossibtUfjr of having ,-,. ..
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working different an alt-out warned! organized T'1 Brookec Marshal Tommy Rautarson-! .
at many jobs while \W: "wage
Senate since 1970 and the House ofRepresentatives
J for four yean before., on the campaign trail, hoping!; to Work. crime"in thsatate. The Senator cited', r deputized and decided to talk to the
) citizens of Brooker before making
that planned :
that, walked'down'Call Street and "it'l00 different"occupations before several proposals are to r
the Mafia. decision on the matter.
September. help snuff out growing con
Introduced himself to townspeople '' Sheriff Reddish told the council tie.
and around The Miami Lakes Senator Is trying centratlon In the state. '
store-owners ;
I noon. to find out what the problems of the They Include pushing for a full time.special \would like to deputize Raulerson but
After staying In Starke for about 15 average working Floridian are, and prosecutor to fight organized j warned them, "You have to be selfish
minutes, the Senator made a swing he has found that most of the people crime establishing a full time comp"" Gubernatorial Candidate Senator Bob Graham D-Mlaml Lakes, visited In this manner,you have to remember
"if*. mission of Investigation, designating .j{I Slarke Friday, shaking hands and talking with storeownere and tow speople. that Tommy'.first[ allegiance U to the
that the top priority of the Florida 1.1 people of Brooker and we don't want ".,
Restoration'Grant Department of Criminal Law them to feel he's not satisfying their
$11,500 Enforcement will be tQ support the Local Employers Urged needs." '
I special prosecutor and pledging thatas Reddish and Raulenon said they'vetalked

::1 Assured for Old Courthouse. state's governor advocate Graham before Federal will be Law'that J:: K To Use Job Bank System being deputized.about the In Brooker an effort marshal to help

Enforcement agencies. both the town and the county in their

Another 111,500 for Interior The grant will be matched locallyby reduce Graham the says burden that on he local hopes law to '
restoration work on the 1902 Bradford fS.ooo budgeted for this purpose by officials In the fight against the mob. Florida State Employment Servicewas but Is running about,6.6 at the present and council members as a benefit to
County courthouse was assured this the Bradford County Commission described at the Rotary Club last Brooker was that I if deputized, '
budget for the proposals would,
week with notification of of during the current fiscal year, and The time. The total labor force In the
approval a at..about $750,000, he estimates i"l' week by manager Bob Green who Raulerson'a jurlsdiciton would Include -
U.S.Department of Interior matching $730 from funds derived by renting .run New has established a plan I:?, urged more employers to take ad- county Is 7,406. of which 6,979 are all of Bradford County, thus
funds grant for use on the building 'space In the building to the Florida similar Jersey to the Graham's proposal, vantage of the .'Job bank system"which employed he said. More than half of allowing! him to do follow-up investigations -
listed the National of State Employment Service. these (3,700) commute to work out of
on Register It provides Information con- outside of Brooker on cases
\. and, according to the Senator,. has
J Historic Sites. The new grant will bring the total successful. This la one of cerning applicants for work and their the county, and 1,380 "work for the originating In the town.
t In a letter addressed to E.L. expended on the building to around been very that 'organized qualifications.This government," mostly schools and Members of the council also voiced
Matthews, president of the Bradford $30,000 in the past three yean. It cost the major has.reasons In service,la given to employers slate prisons, the speaker said. concern about law enforcement In .
County Historical Board of Trustees, only $10.500 to construct the buildingin crime Florida. Of the grown 27 Mafia so quickly families in free of charge by the employmentoffice Green said the Summer Youth areas just outside Brooker'a town
Dr William N. Thurston Chief 1902. Stabilization of the building's which acts as a referral service Program will disburse about $09,000 limits. .
Preservation Planner with the exterior was completed in 1978 undera the country with 15 are represented south in from the ,,, in the community In Bradford County this summer, "If he was deputized he could go out '.., '. "I
Florida Division of Archives, History, Bicentennial grant of $7,500, also state, many shifting and Records Management, said. matched locally. New Graham Jersey.is also a major proponent ; opened In Starke In 1974 It started off schools. He also described a new people out there,"said Council Chair-
of cited ,, ,, with only some 10 Job applicants a program, "Dial A Teen," which Is man A.B. Adam., "Those people
under< environmental legislation, by
"It Is a pleasure to advise that The work Is being performed bring tried here for the first time in a
you and drawn by the the Conservation '70$,, Florida month. "We now are getting about 100 spend a lot of money In Brooker and>
the Heritage Conservation and plans specifications Wildlife Federation, Sierra Club for with an average of 30 small community .the town could help them out."
architect
Recreation'Service, Department of well-known restoration Jacksonville. outstanding work, in the field of placements per month," the manager Anyone wishing to Dial-A-Teen for Reddish said the obvious benefit of
of
the Interior, has approved our. Herschel Shepard conservation In 1972. said.Green part-time or regular employment for adding Raulerson to the force for the
application for historic preservationgrant Matthews expressed hope that work Talmadge Stuckey Regional said the unemployment raten mowing yards, farm work or Jobs of county would be the Increase in patrol ,s.
$5.750 for assistance the Old In Bradford the amount County of on the second phase of renovation coordinator of Graham's Northeast *. Bradford County was a neglgible any kind may call 964-8002. strength it would give him in south)

Courthouse restoration project. would proceed: soon after release of Florida Campaign, has asked that Bradford. ,
the Federal funds through the anyone who would like to help with "What we want here Is a happy
enclosed Formal grant' award agreement Is Division of Archives. Graham's campaign should call 284- :BHS Band Member Dirk Schmidt marriage," the County Sheriff said,
5657 In Clay County. "There are problems to be solved. If
Tommy is called out to help us and
r Selected For All-American Band something happens in Brooker some
people may be upset I Just think we

Bradford School's The tour will Include have to be very careful before
High Dirki overseas
DENMARK FURNTIURE COMPANY Into something that' could
i i Schmidt has been named to the first performances at Quito, in Ecuador entering problems."
'"All American High School Marching and Call, Bogota and Cartegena in cause Raulerson, like Reddish, expresseda
"Band and left with the band from Columbia. The band will play before who
that "the people
.. Gainesville( Monday,July 3, on an all- Columbia's Congress and for the concern pay.
salary might question me
'; that will take him Columbian Naval Academy and will my goingoutside
expense paid trip to "
the town limits,. but said hit
,.Disney World, Ft Lauderdale and tour the two countries between I .
would like to be deputized and have
eftill'
fu III 1 1I ,11 finally to Ecuador and Columbia In performances. outside Brooker. .'
t Jurisdiction
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\I iSouth America. It is estimated Dirk's trip Is worth City Councilman C.J. Stalnaker ,
P.Y !Ie. The 125 piece All American Band over 1300. called
,. J said 'I think if Tommy was out ;
<" Includes school musicians fromall
M high
< '/; to Graham or the New River area '
,
over the United States and Is under
..
? in town would understand"I \
people
-me direction of Mr..James Goodman "
limits where
wouldn't set on

SUMMER CLEARANCE SUMMER CLEflRfiNCE Uulsiana.of( the University,' of Southwestern' Tommy deputized could him"or Reddish any couldn't said go"That If I.

Dirk was invited to play baritone in
would be up the council: and the people
'the all star band after arecommendation
SEVERAL 1 OF A KIND DISCONTINUED SEVERAL OF A KIND from Ms. Barbara of"We Brooker.don't have the money to pay'Tommy
'Taylor, the Director of the Alachua
or the town a set amount for
HEXAGONAL TABLES TABLE LAMPS 'iCounty Youth Orchestra. Dirk played ,,..wrwIt his services but We will continue to.,:
baritone) and trombone for the
provide hlm'j any help we can,".,,. ,
oAlachua, Orchestra.i Reddish aided, ."".W.e1! ye, "I i
For Out 1/3 f The young Bradfcrd,,musicianhas loaned hftftfa, radir"unl for ,IrpasdleH1 \
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Priced Quick..Sale Close Of .
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,. ':? ."played baritone1 trombone and, control and given hliq ffuiio .4II1p11\J1h,. bsdoad e,
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Winch horn rde' e high school band, service and we will keep helping( him -
., '"" ","'A Wm ... ** any way '
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ONFttNLfSOFA "nQ"'t 'choir at the First.United, Methodist The radio dispatch service allows ,
Church. Brooker residents to call the Sheriffs.",,
TRIPLE DOOR DRESSER 'The band's first public performance Department In Starke collect where- ,
With Matching Chair Floral will be July 4 at Disney World after a upon the Sheriff's Dispatcher can
With Hutch Mirror And Matching Bed free day at the entertainment center y contact Raulerson by Radio. .
Print Nylon Covers July 3. They will also play at a Ft. The council decided to talk with the
1479.5 $39995 Was '55988 $449951ONE Lauderdale pro soccer game before citizens of Brooker about the matter .
: Reg. flying I to South America. and then meet again with Sheriff

Reddish for further discussion
ONLY THE BRADFORD -In related business the council
ODD CHESTS, COUNTYTELEGRAPII unanimously approved the purchaseof

Published every Thursdayat lit a $109 metal safety sereen for
SOFA With Matching Chair- Loose 135 W.Call Street Raulerson's patrol car. The screen
CLOSE separates the patrol officer from
Cushions Seat & Back Quail Print Cover Starke Florlda32091 "II backseat prisoners. Raulerson told

REDUCED TO sit Second Class paagepald the council it was risky for him to
Reg. '699' Sale '549 95 a I Slarfce,FlorldsSubscrlIon 'd J transport prisoners without a screen

Priced J '7.'\ .
Rates: ... '" .
In trade ares i $7 per
QUEEN SIZE SIMMONSHIDEABED ROYAL PRINCESS: ;,,:.;,:" years 14$M months BUS band member Dirk Schmidt Is

Outside!tradi area t $e on tour with the flnt High School All HOMENOTES
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Print Used world. North Europeans, especiallythe '
Reg. Close $ $ i95 English and Germans, have been.
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ONE ONLY SLIGHTLY USED family Netherlands grows and most that happily country in sends the ;
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POLE LAMPS us most of the Caraway Seed we use.
SOFA CHAIR
We also import it from Denmark,
Try A Poland, Russia and Syria. '.q i.
Cotton Print Close Out Because of Its tendency to shatter .
$39995 HALFPOUNDSuper when ripe Caraway must be harvested "
'1 Was 159981 at night or while still covered i
with dew In the early morning
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Brazier Caraway Seed Is sold whole. Its ;
WROUGHT IRON r keeping qualities with whole '
compare '
GAS & ELECTRIC
;- And We'll pepper so it's easy to keep a good ', ;
PLANT STANDS { supply on hand for use In rye bread ,. '
and other baked goods in cheeses, '
Treat Ton To A .. i
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$1 095 FREE dishes, soups,meats and stews.
Priced From hJ) l. It i is the principal ingredient of
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The Caraway Seed 1s brown, hard,
THROW HAMMOCKS ( about three-sixteenths of an Inch long, .
KPSKIOIAAny curved and tapered at the end. ,

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FllR' Celery or smallage,a plant grown for ,'t- f
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OFFER GOODThursday 730.000 of these tiny brown pungent
seeds to weigh a pound. I
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Celery Salt, which i la a mixture' "
July 6-7-8 ground Celery Seed and table salt .,
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IJiilcl; Farmer. May Apply

I Support Program GrowingThere's For Emergency Loan

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a little !known government parent, to make monthly pay menta.. who helps the program's results because -I I Due ToTornadoRaln
program In the ire If one or both absent
*' parents are he Is a strong Judge,
more than 170 one-partnt families In from a home, then the family is eligible to Mrs. Sapp, handles the accord
Bradford County. for welfare TOO monthly check: absent parents who do not make pay WASHINGTON D.C.-.Farmerl'ln'
Its the Child Support Enforcement from the absent parent helps to reim ments. In the case of non-payment: Alachua Bradford, Columbia and
Program established In .off health' horse the state for the welfare pay. the charge Is com.tempt/ of court A Union Counties may apply for
under the State Department meets, as well as other public contempt charge can be Issued t. emergency loans through the Farmers .
and Rehabilitative Services (HIS). assistance funds, such as medicaid against able bodied absent parents. Home Administration (FmHA) to
During the month of May, ".500 was When the single parent applies for recover lasses from adverse weather
According' to Gloria Sapp. an I Investigator collected, compared to
1300 collected: .
welfare, a form, must ta filled out that occurring at different periods April
for the program who in March, urn, the first month of the jh
and
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covert ,all of Bradford' County and lists the absen finrert If known. I May, Congressman Don Fuqua
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Child said.Afachua.
. one-third of Alachua TheaChild form is then lot warded to the
County, theprogram Support Program also
Support Enforcement: Unit (CSEU), County farmers reported
la
... designed to compel absent aids one-parent families not on wel
where a determinate Is made as to losses from tornado and.heavy rainfall
parents to help the children In fare but feels
support a
charged to obtain the If
the whether the case A workable. which included: damages to farm
one-parent family. court orders
ments. necessary to insure pay current employer: address, and other homes, mobile homes and service
Mrs. vital statistics: are available, then the buildings. Hail on April 19 caused
Sapp, alone with two other According: : to Mrs. Sapp, court case Is followed up. considerable damage In Bradford
Investigators who cover a five-county orders are obtained on the monthly A letter requesting contact Is sent to County. Columbia County farmers
area, has the Job of tracking down the payments so the absent parents can the absent parent, and a meeting time had loss of timber and all four
absent then parent, sending a letter, and be forced to pay through the legal Is set up. If the parent agrees that he counties had damages and losses to
making. arrangements for the. syHospital stem. County Judge Elzle Sanders, Js the father then an affordable rrops.and cropland from excessive
monthly payment Is determined and alnfall or hail, Fuqua said.
-- agreed upon (Ninety-five percent of Emergency loans are made to
.1 to Have Good Year the absent parents are fathers). The r farmers who lack other sources of
case Is then petitioned In court and Youngners rushed to shake the paw .f Smokey the Bear during his credit for loans to cover crop
Bradford County Hospital Board L4st year tne county budgeted 1.115 L goes on the records as a court order. appearance at the Summer Reading Program at the Bradford County Library. ;property or equipment losses causeday
members were treated to both steak mills, about 152995. (a mill being The amount of the monthly payment designated natural disasters.
and a brighter financial: picture with worth $137,215) for the hospital" Is determined by evaluating the Amounts of up to $250,000: at three
the Increased: Income from recently Drewa said the May figures continueto absent parent's Income and living Smokey Visits Summer Reading Program percent Interest are available offset
approved higher rata in a brief show a deficit of $' 9,205 for the expenses.. actual production losses. Other loans
meeting\'Tuesday, June 20. hospital for the first eight months of Working through the court system Amid bear hugs and shouts of glee (arrowheads), grades 34. within the farmer's total losses are
Marcus Drews, president of the the fiscal year. helps the CSEU meet objectives, Smokey the Bear greeted children July 19: Film "Case of the Cosmic. made at five percent.: Amounts in
Methodist Hospital Foundation Inc. tamely,toeitablish legal paternity so during one session of the children's Comic," grades 24. excess of the loss needed to restore
which took over management of the Drewa predicted the new rates will that the children are entitled to future Summer Reading Program at the July 21: Surprise! Preschoolers production or to make major adjustments
82-beet hospital In April, said the 1.115 increase the hospital income and that benefits, such: as Social Security and Bradford County Library last Friday through grade 3. In farming operations, are
mill levy from the county should be next year's financial picture would be Inheritance. morning July 24: "She sells Sea Shells," available at higher Interest rates.
sufficient to keep the hospital good much Improved. He said current If the assumed parent denies that he The older children rushed to shake llmerics and shells, all grades. FmHA's emergency loans are
financial shape for the upcoming financial reports were misleading Is the father, then blood tests, papers, Smokey's hand as the Invitation was July 28: IJve music to dig. All based on damage to the farmer's
fiscal: year.Cop. since the records did not divide tax witnesses, or any tangible evidencecan extended by Forest Ranger Wayne grades.July primary residence and personal
monies .received over a 12 month be used as proof. Mrs. Sapp says Hall but the two-year-olds were not 28: Puppet show. Everybody household effects and available under I

. ':' : : ..,... period,,, :that this nappe is very rarely, though. having anything to do with the shaggy a variable scale of Interest rates: one .
'. c. 1I,,:,bIJSmOreabdutit;. ,.)...-...... Vice-chairman.Dat: Williams( .pre 'since moat of'CM.absent parents are brown bear clad In dungarees and percent on the first 10,000 borrowed
sided over the brief meeting; very cooperative. brogans.The children watched a film three percent on any portion of a loan
chairman Dave Shuford was absent Payments by absent parents In on fire prevention narrated by Dennis between $10.000 and $40,000, and five
AssaultAt Also present were Mrs Lucille Green, Bradford County are 'made at the 'Weaver, then got to meet Smokey, percent on any amount exceeding
Curtis Sanders and Joseph Clerk of the Court's office In the court "GRR, GRR," Smokey was heardto MO.OOO.
Stephenson. Trustees receive no pay house. say as he left the library. In bear Applications for emergency loans
the jail Howell kicked DeVoe for serving on the hospital board. More Information on the Child language, says Library Director Dan are filed In the FmHA county offices.
between i the legs, and this action Drewa told trustees an anesthetist Program can Smith, this means !there are more activities :- Check your local telephone directory
brought the charge up to a felony of had been hired and a contract was be obtained by writing or calling the fun and adventure at the listing under U.S. Government to find
assaulting a police officer. Howellwas being negotiated for radiology ser- main HRS office In Gainesville. The public library's Summer. Reading r the exact location. Applications for
also charged with DW1, driving vices. Drewa said the hospital would address Child Support EnforcementUnit Program to come. physical losses are authorized until
with a revoked license, and running. a continue to do business with. the Health and Rehabilitative Ser On Friday July 7, and for the first December: 1a, 1978, and for production
red light.. Gainesville Clvltan Regional Blood vices,2720 NW 6th Street, Gainesville, time shown In the public library there ,,4hiM 1 losses until June 20, 1979.
On Friday, June 30, Minton Lynn Bank rather than switch: to the Florida, 32601, 3777622. The office Is will be shown the amazing and bizarre
Jones had three charges added to his Jacksonville Blood Bank as suggested ,open Monday Friday from 8 a.m collection of "wild" earthies, beginning
grand theft charge. Jones was last month. 5 p.m. at 10 a.m. for, preschoolers
charged with grand theft of a CB and through grade 4. All, children are
other Items from a pickup truck on requested to bring their animal
January 10, 1978. Jones was also Students Will Be Tested On Spatial Reasoning taming equipment.
charged with petty larceny In the theft .. Future programs In the program ,
of a money bag containing: less than nave you ever sat in your auto wanIng students successfully solve geometryproblems running throughout July are: {
$100 from under the counter of the to make a left-hand turn and ," Kantowskl said. .July 10: Organics, grades 24.
Pinehurst Grocery on Highway 100 on wondered if you could make it after "It is our belief, based on previous ,July 12: Surprise: All grades.
the next car.Judging research and testing, that most But some little tykes were not so
February 17, 1978. The third chargewas July 14: Flannel Board Story,
again grand larceny Involvingthe that distance and estimate successful geometry students rely on grades K3. sure they wanted anything to do with Soldier In ancient Rome ate I
ing the movement of traffic diagrams to solve problems," I thai big bear. This Is one of the braver _
oncoming
theft of an outboard motor from July 17: "Dig In' for treasure garlic in the belief that Itgave
O.E. Crosby of Starke on March 3. Involves a mental process called Kantowsld said. "And these students two-year-olds. them eouraga in battle.Baldwin .
1977. All three charges, were filed spatial reasoning and some students have high ability In spatial reasoning."We .
Friday.On in Bradford county will be tested on use spatial reasoning all the Labor Dept. Offers New
Wednesday June 28, the that concept in the fall. time In our daily lives, but rarely pay '
steering wheel came loose on a car According to a mathematics attention to It," she said pointing out ,Booklet On PensionsThe i Chevrolet.
driven l by Richard Anthony Lee of educator at the University of Florida, that parking a car or estimating the ..
Starke, causing Lee to lose control of spatial reasoning is a skill. Just like height of a ceiling Involves spatial Department of Labor has announced I 1
the vehicle and run into a ditch of a redding and writing, that can be reasoning."A publication of a comprehensive Olds _
dirt road 200 feet south of Geiger developed. It Is particularly useful In cube is easy to visualize, but booklet on the Employee
Road. car tripped over m its top geometry. when you start putting circles: inside Retirement Income Security Act of
causing 1,000 damage to the car and Successful' solutions to geometry one, or squares around triangles, as 1974 (ER1SA) designed for use by
giving Lee bad cuts and brul.... Lee problems often depend on the process we do in geometry,- spatial reasoning employees and their beneficiaries. Brings You Something
was charged with driving with no tag. of mentally visualizing shapes and skills are nested.Amerlans Carl EJ Crouch area administrator .
Also on Wednesday June,28, a car spaces, according to prrMary Grace .)' view spatial reasoningas for 'UieJLabor Department Labor

: \. I ', -driven backed byMartha 4 U0rtt Aral ypft Todd fUijt 4 Starke'tefAtuts Sc''t ", -........""", .,..She.. ,BaysJJiiii,.I,...; method; of w" set W a *static..ArtIIIaIt.phenomenon" 'problem..OIvlng IJoerhIIf ret'el'V aa
Andrew Street and' S -200"and thought to bo born with innate abilityto Know About the
collided with a car owned by David .quate attention in the classroom. recognize and manipulate shapes: Pension and Welfare Lawa", explains
Lee Godsey. Damage to Godsey's car Kantowskl recently received a but In the classroom students are,, easy-to-understand ;terms the i
was 1500. $133.200 National Institute of Education rarely encouraged or. trained to rights and protections of participants ,
grant to develop techniques to aid develop these skills. We treat spatial and their beneficiaries In private
On Thursday, June 29,at 5.26: p.m,
a truck driven by Gary Ralph students with geometry. reasoning an ability; but It Is' a skill pension and welfare plans, Preowned 1978Chevrolets
300 students from "
Goetzman of Kingsley Lake made a Approximately we can develop. Copies of the bookletare available
left turn from Water Street onto SR- Dade and Bradford counties In Florida Kantowskl, who visited :Hungary free of charge from the Labor-
230, and collided with the car of I and from Hays, Kansas will be summer 177 and Is going to Scotland Management Services 'Administration !
Stanley Lee Whltehetad;which was tested this fall bv Kantowskl and her In July arid to Helsinki in August, Is area office of the U.S.' Department
istopped at a red light. Damage to NIE project staff. Students will solve also gathering information from of Labor Suite 504 11 IN.W. 183
Whitehead's car was $350. the problems verbally, while their European mathematicians who treat St., P.O. Box 3750 Norland Branch,
Wayne S. Roberta of Lake Butler solutions are recorded for analysis. spatial skills .as a .dynamic ;Miami, Fla. 33169,.telephone 309-350- I
was injured Monday, July 3, when a "We hope to show exactly how phenomenon 8255.' 1978 Chevrolet
tractor trailer pulled out in front of his Caprice 4 or. sedan tight
ear traveling west on SR-238 and acollision

ensued. The extent ofRoberta' Green Paint. P/S, P/B, A/C Clock AMFM
not known and
injuries were ,
damage to the car was $2,000. Rex
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tractor trailer, was charged with
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TELEGRAPH July..lt7l Final Service Scheduled in Presbyterian Church ,





etJiTORiAlSI2J Before Rawing. to .,t New Location;'Next. Wednesday


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"*CiBffn rMMBBHBHHB B'H8BBMMBiMsjs History will be In the making; agal nearly .,\' ,.
Wednesday morning, July U '
.' hen the 92-year-old .FJnit If

Boosted Presbyterian Church: mounted Oft"lir,; We GetLetters
huge'cradle."will begin Its balfmtleb,
Journey from the present site on,JMort!

Cherry Street, to the location the
Supreme Court;Decision new church complex on EasttiCal'.1 i '. .
Street across from Bradford County 1 1I rl

Hospital. I, .' j f I '
:
\\i
;.. Church officials and other THANKS rOL'NTY

members, as well as the present COMMISSIONERSDe.r
supply pastor, Dr. Jack G, Hand/ol f Editor:
Neptune Beach will form ,1i aM
procession behind the church on this I would like to extend a sincere
1Yn Thank You to the Bradford Counts
memorable trip starting at 8 a.nt3;
Ii.; ind terminating several hours later, l Board of Commissioners.
/
barring unexpected delay 4.A'rI Several months ago I approached

Minus Its shingle-covered bell I Commissioner E!:.W. hedges regarding
I' the road In Olin's Mobile
tower which has tolled time for
Home Park where my family and I
Sunday School and church: services
weather the road
since 1886 the all-Umber, heart pine live During rainy
edifice will take Its place In front of "ti was Impassable It was hard to
1 4. a tt'r
t believes County road could be in this
two new, harmoniously designed.
structures one a combined educational condition.

building and fellowship hall; After several discussions with Commissioner -
s the other providing rooms for nursery ,., Hodges regarding the road.
and kindergarten.The I" ... ___ he assured me that this matter wouldbe
-- discussed during a board meeting.
? rn'e entire plant for the relatively ..ara A u Mlllard .r.dd.

1 small (approximately 120-member True to his"word, the discussion took
congregation will cost an estimated place and I was told the road would be
I $210.000. Moving the venerable old ll 10 rica I Sanctuary repaired. Commissioner Hodges said

church built In the days when Cherry "through all honest. the road could
Street was still called Pennsylvania Bridges Streets, bringing back Society of Christian Endeavor was not be paved at this time, but It would
Avenue, will cost another W.500. memories of an early bell-ringer who organized In the Presbyterian Churchon be repaired. fewdu>staler, a work
was so short and slightly built that October 29 1893. and Included crew and machinery were ever.v-
The congregation will gather this every time the StoW the ropewould young people from all Starke where In the park.
I Sunday morning for final services in lift him congregations.
Millard Judd the sanctuary with Its Intricate I did not write this letter until now
decorative panelling of old-style tuna Apparently between there was good After the church Is moved next because I was rketsu| '!nl until a few

and groove heart pine woodwork. The cooperation the "old days" when denominationsin Starke's First Wednesday, It will undergo rains had fallen. I am no longer
old cast iron bell will toll for the last renovation and enlargement ol its skeptical.
1902 CourthouseMore time at the of Presbyterian congregation was capacity from the
corner seating present Ion
and"f
Cherry organized by 23 hardy souls meeting to ISO. During the three months I know this road is mo of the best II
in the early Methodist Episcopal for this work services will required beheld not the best dirt roads in Bradford.

and more Americans are dedicated to the preservation and Church located then on property on In the new Fellowship Hall County.

coming to appreciate the beautyand continued use of the 1902 red County AgonisNotebook ''Palmetto railroad Street" just south of the starting July 16 The first service in I have talked to several residents in

warmth the expert craftsmanship brick courthouse. were the present Methodists depot.the little By courtesy band ol ol the new-old sanctuary should be held the park and I speak for them UH well
J In late October or early November, as for my family' and mK'Uht'n I
and the in their efforts
enduring encouraged by a Presbyterians then affiliated with the '
after complete rewiring and alrconditionlng. say THANK *OCKltV: : .MICHIt .
quality of materials that are letter from Dr. William N. Northern Presbyterian Church .
represented in historic old Thurston Chief Preservation BVBobby continued to meet In the M-E IN really! nice to know our county

buildings that can never be re- Planner, with the Florida sanctuary for two years while their Although the $215.000 project is a has Board members who ('AUK und
TaylorPhone own church was under construction. big undertaking for the small local PROVK IT.
placed or duplicated once theyare Division of Archives History congregation the members are

destroyed by the wrecking; and Records Management, :964-6280 Extension Several of the first prominent getting considerable help from \ou.Again. Thank You und fiud It less

crews. stating: Presbyterians here were well-to-di friends In other churches, and they
t families from Pennsylvania coming are actively soliciting additional >lr,.. Hub) Dtthnk
to Florida to invest some of their Starkr. IU
This trend toward appreciationand "It is to advise Even though we should be getting contributions from anyone who would
a pleasure you money in the ill-fated North Florida like to share in this undertaking
preservation was reflectedlast that the Heritage Conservationand afternoon thundershowers Irom timeto ;'citrus industry. Among them was Would-be contributors may contact

week in a decision by the Recreation Service U.S. tlmel Is a watering still program for your J.M. Truby who built a large home on members of the Finance Committee' Public IJI"illf.f

U.S. Supreme Court forbiddingthe Department of the Interior, has practice. Irrigation a Is very often important necessaryon ,"Pennsylvania Avenue" (now Cherry Lila Rae Yawn, church treasurer: ,. .
Street) and of several
construction of a chrome and approved our application for some lawns even during the rainy members who was donated one property on Rudolph Sink or Lillian Stump. On Soil- {11 II"'r

glass office building on top of historic preservation grant season because water loss during the II which the church was built Guy Andrews is chairman of the
York's old hot summer days Is so great.A building committee and Is Conservation
New magnificent assistance in the amount of given muchof
The first youth religious group in the credit for the successful
Grand Central Station. In a $5,750 for the Old Bradford
practical and economical Starke the nondenominational guidance of this project. Set forJuly' II
decision that was a history- County Courthouse Restoration watering program Involves when

making landmark in itself, the Project." how and how much water should be

court upheld the authority of applied. You should water your lawn FORESTRY A public meeting on the !Soil "I> 1'
New York and other cities and This grant application which when the turf Is under stress from i Water Itt'llourclIl'onll"r\'llImn u.
lack of water. The following are hintsof S 1977 Public Law 11111.111": :/ held in
towns throughout the land to has been pending for some time, .
water stress in lawns.
Cochran 'he Bradford ('ountjrlculturul
such priceless propertiesby will finance restoration work BRADFORD COUNTY By Hank "
protect on lLI lLIIN Center on 'ful'lldaJul) ,,II. at,T'.\I| ..
designating them historic the old courthouse interior, If you notice spots In the lawn which .. r r u i I : p.\hi.The meeting lii joint!}' hw.s "M red 1."..h;p, "',
landmarks safe inroads 1 the of first turn bluish-gray color and then'r rat ,. h>' the Bradford fount> ".I'4Ind '"! .I -
from jthe following completion i ,
*,. up brown water la needed. '"" .., ;" (; n' IIJ"H ,: ""'Water Conservation District'arid the11'7" rfi
commercialization (deatruc-
restoration
of or exterior completedtwo
ADDED REWARDS
t'.S I I'epdrtnifnl, .\\gricullut Soil
tion by the wrecking ball. years ago. Matching funds If footprints remain in the grass Conservation Service.

for the Federal grant have been long after walked upon water Is Recently the Union County Soil and Most of us like to "get away from it
needed. If the Is full of it
plant water Water all." Sitting walking, or riding What Is the Soil and Water
The court's decision will give provided by the County will be resilient and withstand foot Conservation District
new hope and confidence to Commission. traffic sponsored a tour of man-made ponds through a natural manicured park- Resources Conservation Act" The Act
around the area. like setting close to home will help you directs the I'SD.Vs Soil Conservation
hundreds of communities across If a soil sample is taken In the root forget your troubles. Service to consider the public wishes!
the land where small groups, In another phase of community zone and it feels very dry and The ponds were designed and conj and needs in u continuing process ol

with an appreciation of the past, life the realm of religion a crumbles, additional water is needed.In structed.to Some achieve a multitude built of objectives Picture yourself( sitting under a appraisal problem analysis. program
were to control oak with
magnificent live or
cypress and evaluation
have fought an often frustrating. most commendable contributionto prolonged dry periods of high erosion.Some were built to hold water your fishing pole in one hand and your development and updating for program the protection and

battle mast terrific odds, to the preservation movement is temperatures and strong winds, all of for irrigation purposes. Others were favorite beverage In the other.Ah yes enhancement of land water and
save some of these precious being made by the Starke First the preceding symptoms may be seen. constructed to accommodate fish and what a relief It is dream about those related resources for sustained use.

traces of our heritage. Some Presbyterian Church which will During these periods plants may lose wildlife species. things you have never done. Or
have water faster than it Is absorbed and picture yourself( walking out on a Bradford Count> residents art
preservationists even had next week, move its 92-year-old Whatever the primary objective is,
will wilt. lateral willow. branch trying to catch a Invited to help appraise the natural
to resort to legal battles in the sanctuary from its present '\' there Is something each pond owner largemouth bass. resources give their opinions und

courts such as in New York and location on North Cherry Streetto With a little experience you can tell can domestic do to animals Increase and its wildlife.use by man Thisis concerns of the problems trends and

the Supreme Court decision will the church's new property on when it Is time to water. Watering In plant a few trees along the water. And if your pond is located off the needs of natural resources in the
this is called beaten path, overwintering waterfowlmay count und develop a conservation
give them a new weapon with State Road 230, across from the manner an "as needed" edge and on the hill. ) help
This is for a winter's night rest. to improve them
stop
program. perhaps the most program
which their
to accomplish Bradford
goals.In County Hospital.
economical way to water but you Although It's a little late to plant Mast producing trees such as bald-
must water when needed and not at a trees this year you should begin cypress, gum and oaks may lengthen "What we learn at this ml't.'tlnj111
New York alone, some 400 Fortunately the Presbyterian later, time. Delay' will cause planning for next winter's planting their stay long enough for you to grab help the I'SUA direct future program"
buildings have been marked for congregation recognized the permanent damage to the lawn!( Otherwise you may become a bit your gun. In the natural resources field. ha>-
K.R, Watson. Chairman of the Brnd
preservation, and will not be historic significance and tradi aggravated when you find out the tree
Of lord Soil and Water Conservation
The amount of water to apply at any course your primary and
is trouble than
allowed to fall into disrepair, or tional beauty of this architectural one time varies with how much water I iMs that was worth.planted more secondary objective may conflict. For District"we can actually help set the

be altered without permission of gem and found an architect who is present to begin with the water. instance. If you want irrigation and needs und establish goals for the

the Landmarks Preservation would incorporate it into the holding capacity of the soil and If shade for cattle Is your secondary cattle shade, you should not plant a department's programs."
Commission. Closer to home it church designing the drainage. The idea is to wet the entire objective the tree you select shouldbe tree that sheds Its leaves in the
complex root zone but not saturate the soil. fast growing, deep rooted and spring because the debris may clog :More information on the meeting
was gratifying to most Floridiansthat new ancillary buildings to be capable of developing a broad crown. up the irrigation strainer. and the Act Is available ul the
the State Legislature agreedto compatible with the older Most of our soils are sandy and hold Pecan slash pine and various oaks Bradford Soil and Water Conservation
finance and restore at least a structure rather than sacrificingit about '" inch of available water In the will fill the bill. So think about planting a few trees district office or the Soil Conservation
top 6 inches of soil. If the root zone around your pond. Once you hate decided Service office at the Bradford(Count
of the historic domed
the false of
portion to god modernity.As top( Inches) is dry, about-a Inch After you have planted. board off on your secondary objective Agricultural( Center. 'all Sam Pugri.
capitol rather than tear it down of water Is required to thoroughly wet the area, adjacent to the tree to contact your county forester. He will SCS District Conservationist at 9 "for a better view" of a stark noted by the Chrittvm this area. This Is more than 300 restrict animal movement over the be glad to work with you to determine 280. Ext. 289. for help.

shaft of concrete (the new Science Monitor in a recent gallons of water for each 1.000 square roots. Plant on the hill not near the the best tree to be planted for your

capitol) that sticks up like a sore editorial.--on the subject of feet of lawn.A water. ., ,t objective.J Hum ploy( C: ",,','ruv'I

thumb over the rolling hills and preservation"Such irreplaceable general rule often \ ,
used In this
spreading oaks of old reminders of the styles and area is to apply from i, to 1 Inch of (oa4aoan! ( =aQrooo( Cili: ="vlx (:""",('iI

Tallahassee. tastes of another era truly do, as water one or two times per week in
theeuJtW'al summer. Of course. all soils are not Tu 11411,1 /I"ii"' SI"
the court noted serve
the same, so will By William S. Haas 1
you have to
P Even closer to home it is adjust
and historic interests of
the amount of water to apply to your Service Officer The Hampton Concerned Citizen's
gratifying to record two all Americans." particular lawn. Council has announced that they will

developments this week in the I be sponsoring a cake and bake sale In 1
preservation rather than the Starke as well as most other Water should never be applied at a \ q .; front of the Winn-Dixie on Saturday.
rate faster than It can be absorbed by July 8. from 9:30: to S.
destruction of two historic U.S.: cities and towns, has a the soil. If the sprinkler applies too Veterans if you droppedout courses for entrance Into

structures of prime importanceto nun per of structures privateand much water. It only runs off and is of high school to enter the training, also may take the The Concerned Citizen's Council is.
the history and present public*, that are worthy of being wasted. This seldom happens military service you may necessary courses on a free. trying to raise money' to help pay the
cultural development of the preservation. Sacrificing them to withsmall sprinklers unless the turf Is want to finish high school or entitlement basis. This train- fees incurred by the lawyer they have
very thick or the soil compacted.! prepare for college entry at ing II'' not charged to the hired to help them with the recalling
.
community.The the junk pile can hardly come this time. maximum or 43 months of the four city councilmen. Ernest

under the heading of "progress"In Avoid extremes In' water. Light At least one out of ten educational assistance avail Greene. Donald Helle John X. Allen
Bradford County spite of the "chrome and glass" Frequent waterings are Inefficient and Vietnam-era CI Bill students able to all veterans during the and A.C. Dennison.

Historical Board of Trustees, school of modern architecture. Excessive produce irrigation shallow which root systems. has> received monthly checks active after release from The second set of petitions have
keeps. the for refresher or deficiency duty but not later than been delivered to the council,with the
root zone saturated with is
water also
courses to qualify' them for December 31, 1989. grounds for recall and the city
harmful to the grass.Roots need air to higher education under the GI A special outreach effort by (councilman's defensive statements,
function and too much water kills or BiU'. "free entitlement" provisions VA benefits counselors duringthe
> printed on them.
decreases root "
cot greatly growth. the Veterans Administration past year was credited

p 1379 Time to water is'aiso'lmportant. reported today with a 23 per cent increase in They must now be circulated within ".:

mliij During dry periods,",it may be More than 760,000 persons free entitlement enrollments. 60 days,with at least IS per cent of the
p4 necessary water during the heat of have taken advantage of the Repeated contacts are made 208 registered Hampton voters 1.
the day. Water will cool the grass and training opportunities with- with veterans with less than signing them. If the .' .
OC o prevent damage.' However when out using any of their basic GI four years high school in an j Judged valid then Judicial Circuit
daytime watering II' not possible Bill eligibility. The trainees effort to Interest them In-. Judge Wayne Carlisle must set a date ,
1Ij BOB Q. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER water whenever convenient. Late represent more than II per training.VA for the recall election not more than 60 a''
afternoon or early .morning 'water cent of the 7 million persons studies of veterans who ,days and not leas than 30 days after .
Publishers. which keeps the grass wet for many 'who have trained under the use free entitlement show that the petitions are presented to him. ;

Published each Thursday and entered aa second Class Matterat hours longer than normal ,can be current GI Bill sine 1968. more than forms SO percent continuein .
other of
the Post Office at Starke, Fla. under Act of March 3. 1879. detrimental. Extended .wet.periods Eligible. receive--full GI Bill students benefits Complete Information training.on all 'l. ;
.' encourages diseases so ,water early white VA educational assistance ] J.Art J.: :
.Subscription rate In trade area *7 per yew M six months. enough in the afternoon that the traini nigh school la available at L
who have
will out several, hours completion,pUsxs programs any
.
grass dry
'
Outside trade area: 8 Per year. '4i Six Months. completed : but VA office or from veterans' .
before nightfall late in
or enough the !,
Phone 004-0305 Star w..Florlcta morning so that the grass has had need. ,refresher',. tor remedial service organization officers. .Is man added to nature" .;

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Sarah Ranaa Williams, daughter of yellow roses and tiny blue flowers. j: ,
Mr. and Mr, Robert W of The punch bowl surrounded by a
Worthington Springs, became the three candle and flower centerpiece.
bride of Robert Keith Smith, son of The bride (able was accented with a
Elder and Mrs. Robert Smith of tiny bud vase and was covered with a
Worthington Springs, Saturday, June white lace tablecloth over blue.
24, at 7:30: p.m. at Sardls Baptist The punch was served by Mrs.
Church of Worthington Springs Andrew Williams and Mrs/Sheila
Elder Homer Little, uncle of the Yarborough The cake was served by
groom performed the double ring Mrs. Debi Dukes and Mrs Nedra
ceremony.Three Horton
I! candelabras with two palms, Guests registered in the Bride's
two baskets of whIte and yellow Book presided over by Ma. Adrian
mums, and daisies accented Williams, cousin of the bride. Guests f
with a light blue bow decorated the were greeted at the door by Mrs. ) .
church in a lovely fashion. Mary Francis Williams, aunt of the ,4
I gyp i The pianist was Gall Clyatt, bride. r
Crawford, cousin of the bride who The receiving line Included the j
'. ; accompanied the soloist, Mrs. G. bride and groom, parents of both, \1 1.r
." Norman Richmond, for the lovely matron of honor and the bride's at. ."
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; program of wedding music. tendants "t.t
Serving as matron of honor was Those assisting with the reception Jr"
IE IEn I Mrs. Priscilla Seay, who wore a light Included! Mrs. Yvonne McGill. Mrs. I .: 1if!
It; r l blue chiffon over taffeta with pin-up Lahoma Williams, Mrs. Carolyn
+n t'"i, : bustle and matching ruffle hat. She Crosby, and Mrs. Mary Virginia .. ..
\ carried three yellow carnations with Williams Iy3
baby's breath and greenery The bride left for her wedding trip ,
The bride's attendants were Mrs. In a mint green dress with white
Joyce Polhlll. Ms. Martha Williams orchid corsage and beige sandals.
cousin of the bride, Lisa Smith anCiKerl After their wedding trip to Panama
Smith, both sisters of the groom.fheattendants'lownswere'lmlJar City, the couple will reside at 1
to' Broadway, N.C. .
the matron of honor.They canted two The bride is a 1973 graduate of .
Mr and Mrs. Larry David Andrew. yellow carnations with baby's breath Union County High School and a 1977 .4fl
1 and greenery. graduate of Carson-Newman College,
JacksonAndrews WeddingJune Given In marriage by her father Jefferson City, Tenn. where she !
Robert W. Williams, the bride wore a earned a B.S. degree in Elementary I
sleeveless lace dacron. polyester Education. "0
23 at Madison BaptistMiss organza gown trimmed with chantWy The groom Is a 1973 graudate of i
lace and vendee lace, attached to a Union County High School He Is tj I IMr
Karen Marie Jackson and The bride, given in marriage by her brush train. The bride carried a white currently a Sgt. in the (2nd,Airborne
Larry David Andrews were united in ,father, wore a white silk organza orchid surrounded by twelve yellow. .Division! "'t. Bragg, N,C. and Mrs. Robert Smith
marriage Friday,June 23, at a p.m. In gown. The bodice featured a high' roses. She wore a fingertip veil I'
the Madison Street Baptist Church neckline with Juliette sleeves of satin trimmed with chantllly lace. Karen ReddishHonored +
with Rev.C.R.Swartz Jr. Disco Lessons Being Offered at
performing appliqued with alencon lace Serving as best man ,was Elder
the nuptials: embroidered with seed pearls and Robert Smith, father of the groom. At Luncheon Starke Golf & Country Club
The bride U the daughter of Mr! and' crystal beads. The full skirt of silk Ushers were Ike Weller, Donald A.,
Mrs. Leroy Jackson of Starke. The organza fell from a natural waist and Williams, David R. Harrell, and Given By Aunts Student disco dancing lessons are Studio of Performing Arts
groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. formed a full chapel train completely Andrew Williams, brother of. the being offered for grades 7th and up at For more information and
Ervin Andrews of Starke. edged in alencon lace. She wore a bride. the Starke Golf and Country Club registration call Phyllis Carver, 9M5667 I j
Mrs. L.A. Canova, organist, and single strand of pearls and matching The reception was held following Miss Karen Reddish was honored at starting July 11 all p.m. for membersand not later than Saturday, July S I,
Mrs Vernon Reddish, soloist, pre earrings belonging to her mother and the ceremony at the Fellowship Hail i bridesmaids luncheon last Thursdayat nonmembers.The .
Centering of nuptial music. ,also wore a 1978 penny encased In goldon at Sardis Baptist Church. The the home of her aunt, Mrs. J.R. lessons will be taught by pro
altar was a white and a gold chain around her ankle, a wedding cake was decorated with Reddish, in Raiford. fessional male and female dancing: SUMMER CLEARANCE ,
gold arched candelabra with white gift from the groom's mother. Her Co-hostesses were Karen's aunts: instructors from the Jacksonville I LEILA'S
tapers flanked by two large standing waltz length mantilla of silk Illusion Mrs. Drew Reddish Mrs. Glen Dress tit Gift Shop I .I
baskets of white gladiolus, ,varlgated was bordered alt around in alencon Karen Crawford, Reddish Mrs. John Arthur Reddish, 1J1 E. Call St.Starke. ,
lavender carnations,' lavender 'lace and embroidered at the top with Mrs. Michael Reddish and Mrs. Rebecca Goolsby, Fl.
chrysanthemums, blue pompoms and seed pearls and crystal beads. She Richard Moorhouse Vernon Reddish. I
baby's breath. On either, side were' carried a cascade of white miniature Highlighting points of interest In the Robert Persickettl
white and tree candelabra To Wed July 14 rooms were of
gold with carnations and sprengerle fern with party arrangements
white tapers entwined with sprays of seed pearls and centered crepe myrtle and ro ea. To Wed Sept. 8 \
springerie. A golf and 'white satin with a large white purple throated Miss Karen Ann Crawford and The buffet table was covered with a ProfessionalCarpet
kneeling bench was decorated with catylea orchid draped with pearl Richard Wayne Moorhouse will be table coverlette over a poley ster beige Mr. and Mrs. Pleze Goolsby of Cleaning
flowers to match the basket arrange-- ,ropes. united in marriage Friday'July 14, at lace cloth and centered with a bridal Starke announce the engagement of Or
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ments. The pews were marked with A reception was held In the church 7:30 p.m. in the Evergreen Baptist doll flanked by summer flowers In their daughter Rebecca Sue, to
white satin ribbons. Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Douglas Hardy Church in Lawtey with a, reception silver goblets. Robert Allen Perslcketti son of Mr. Steam Cleaning
Mr, Andrews attended his son as greeted the guests at the door. following. \'1. The 22 guests Included the brides- and Mrs. Marcey Persicketti of Striping & Waxing
best man. Ushers were Michael and Standing In the receiving line were the No invitations are being sent but all 'irnaids and immediate families. Trenton, New Jersey.
Randy Andrews, brothers of .the, bride and groom, their parents and.brida friends and relatives are Invited to The hostesses presented the,, Miss Goolsby Is a graduate. ,of .. ,Tile f'oor' .' "
.,.groom: Biftdney.jackawxi .brother ofi ) atteid nts.Uaa-Reddish: -and. ,attend --- "" .._- '. honoree with piece, of,her. stainless Bradford Hugh School'. "
- the 'tend .,Aa ;'Rid .,lltfeiChp S&ry,,*; ) oDle Kelly kept the brtito'a lMok.W ii.... III' I '" -' f'r till'" 8',1 ;. C-Ir/' -. f"" f1I ....tnam/lion' ick&i1..i"' a"'ggaduat4i wry, uUt>18S.-N Strk> ,,,: 'a,
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Wilder and Tim Norman, cousins of The hall was decorated with baskets Davis Gassetts Hosts.It/ r. occcwion''f'M .'. .. -fM'fr_ "Es flifi t !'
the bride. of white gladiolus, blue pompoms 1':, 'ft I"ht'llslm. -' ;" .ft A September 8 wedding Is planned
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Ariz., cousin of the bride, attended as springerie ferns. In the backgroundwas I ,,, ,
matron of honor. She wore a silk a magnolia covered trellis accented Mr. and Mrs. Davis Casaettwere '" v
chiffon, blue print on white back with blue and white lace hosts at a dinner party last Thursday
ground gown with cape collar and full butterflies. night at the Holiday Inn for their son I 4
ruffled skirt that formed a. bustle The bride's table was covered witha Pate, and fiancee, Karen Reddish,' _.,
back. She wore a blue lacy hat with white polyester flounce that fell to following the couple's .wedding e r f.A l/i/I1<,+. ;", '.' 11",., ,, \ ,. C;::.. /-.a.--l'
blue and white silk flowers and blue the floor with an Army-Navy lace rehearsal. .
satin streamers.She carried a basket overlay. The five tiered white Centering the dining table I was an ,i"
of blue pompoms, lavender miniature wedding cake decorated with blue arrangement of daisies and. mixed o.
carnations springerie fern and roses was topped with a bride and summer flowers.
baby's breath. groom on steps with pearl decorated The 22 attending included 'the
Bridal attendants were Miss Linda columns and pearl centered flowers. honored couple, members of the
Welch of Glendale,. Ariz and ,Miss The two bottom tiers depicted the wedding party and out-of-town guests. j

cousins Rhonda of Welch the bride of Jacksonville, Miss Gina, wedding two five party.branch The candelabras cake was flankedby with ............. I

Scanlan of Monticello and Mrs. white tapers,decorated with blue silkneeegays. JACKSON-ANDREWS
Darlene Lee of Starke. They were Cutting the cake were
gowned Identical to the matron of Brenda Andrews and Linda Cabbage. Mrs. Shad Starling ,
honor and wore white lace hats with The groom's table was covered with Assisting were Mrs. Brady Collins
blue silk flowers and carried basketsof a beige cutwork cloth from Spain and Mrs. Rhymer Howell, Mrs. Eugene ,
flowers similar to the honor was centered with a chocolate sheet Tanner, Mrs. Harold >Epps, Mrs. Joe
attendant. cake.On the table was a straw basket Bakken and Mrs.: J E. Hardy.Stephanie I
Kimberly Kozel cousin of the bride, of blue pompoms, lavender miniature Cubbage and"Christie, Kelly KEEP YUUK
was flower girl. She wore a dress of carnations and springerie fern. Mrs. passed out rice bags. MACHINERYRUNNING I
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Kathryn Casey- Johnny Hobbs


United in Marriage June 2d '

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Mary Kathryn Casey, and, Johnny ', cloth overlay.! The three-tiered
Ray Hobbs, Jr. were united In wedding cake was decorated with
] marriage at 8 p.m. Saturday;June 24' yellow centered daisies. A bride and
In First Baptist Church Stark, groom adorned the cake! between two
The Rev. Ben Bryant,' Church tiers. Silver candelabras with floral
pastor, officiated. arrangements. and burning white syr m
____ __ The foyer of the church was an- tapers were on each side of the cake.
array of color with a large arrange Greenery held by small arrange
ment of flowers In the bride's chosen ments draped the table. Cutting the
colors.The family pews ware marked .Make were Mrs. Wesley Thomas, aunt
with fresh arrangements In the same. Rbf the bride, and Miss Diana Hairston.
/tf colors. *"* The groom's table had Identical
Highlighting the front of the church cloths and held a chocolate cake
were gold arches, spirals, trees, and designed as two crossed tennis -/
miniature candelabras .. It was decorated with t
white tapers. Varieties of greenery dales and tennis balls with their 44iiJ
Japanese piltosporum, iprlngerle, names on them. Mrs Juan Key and I1t
Illy-of-the-valley, and palm were Miss Cindy Smith served the groom's 1pP i ,
used throughout the choir loft Oneach cake. I
side of the chancel were large The two punch tables were covered .1
floral arrangements(containing white, identical to the bride's table. The 1(
yellow and peach gladiolus, yellow, silver punch bowls were encircledwith
10 white and peach snapdragons, Sony greenery and mums. Serving
'a, roses, Killian daisies, mint green'', punch were Mrs. Rex Goober, Mrs. ti
.w yellow and white shasta daisies and Robin Godber Mrs. Rick Potter and
gypKuphalla. 'I' Miss Rene' dodber, cousins of the New Stark*notary Club officers Installed last Friday night (from left)I Bid Jj
1. 1 The bride,daughter of Mr. and Mrs; bride. Wilson, treasurer) Jess Wolbrrt. secretary Wayne Whlffcn. president: Pal'A
N Thomas L Casey, Jr.,wore a gown of The food table was set up in the sun Farnsworth, president-elect; Ed Ripplingtr, scrgeant-at-arms.
white qlana appliqued with Venice: room. A large fresh fruit bowl
lace and seed pearls. It had a Queen centered this table with small I
Anne neckline fitted bodice and arrangements of flowers at the aide 5
bishop sleeves. The watteau back fell', Miss Nancy Fullwood kept the
Into a chapel length train. Her veil of" bride's book at the church and
sheer Illusion was edged! with Venice reception.
Ij Jr lace and fell from a Juliet cap of Mrs. Drew Reddish greeted guests' 6
Venice lace. She carried a colonial at the Hostesses were }
cascade of Sonya and' white roses, Mrs. Bill Edwards, Mrs. Jim Duncan,
Btpphenotls, Ivey and gypsaphalla. Mrs. Michael Sexton, Mrs. Warren
The bride, given In marriage by her Stevenson, Mrs. Joan Chitty and Mrs.
: father had her cousins, Debbie Ted Oglesby. Also assisting were
Andrews and Emily Kazemfar, as" Janice Jockel, Kathy Schoening
maid of honor and matron of honor, Michelle Sapp, Stacy Denmark, and
1 They were attired in gowns of apricot Karen and Sandra Chitty. j
chiffon over taffeta and carried white' Passing out satin flowers filled
f1s I. colonial baskets of various 'colon of- with rice were Stacie Gnann, Holly
_ snapdragons, roses and miniature Shields and Deana Waters. ',
carnations with white streamers. The bride Is a graduate of Bradford '
Bridesmaids were Teresa and Sharon High School and' the University of a \ % '
Hobbn Hobbs, ister. of the groom;, Pam "' Florida.She, Is presently employed as ', 1 JI
Mr. and Mri. Johnny Moore, cousin of the bride; Lisa. a first grade' teacher at Lawtey I. ::1
Ekard and Jennifer Jockel. They Elementary School
PEOPLE YOU KNOW were attired in Identical gowns/ In The groom is a graduate of BUS andis
yellow. They carried colonial baskets presently attending the Universityof
identical to the honor attendents. Florida where he Is a member of I
Addition to needlework show at Mrs. Houston McClano of Starke, Little Kelly Hester was the flower Phi Eta Sigma and Alpha Lamba ,*JV .,
Magic Needle In last week's paper: Mrs. Leslie Biggs of AUanta and Mrs. girl. She wore a long eyllow gown Delta and is president of Pi Sigma 41
Winning door prizes were Ada Ruth Baker of Jacksonville spent similar to the other attendents and Alpha.
I Reddish, first and Christine Lawson, June 20-25 at Panama City. Mr. Carried white basket with a spray of After a wedding; trip to Nassau and ,
second. McClane joined them Saturday, June i ifliqiature carnations of yellow, peach the Out Islands, Bahamas, the couple
24. Mrs. Biggs and Mrs. Baker and cream with colorful streamers will live in Gainesville. *
Vernie P. Odom member of the returned home Sunday, June 23, and Brian Thompson, cousin of the bride, Jess Wolbert presents "Paul Harris Fellow" award to charter member, ,
Bradford-Clay Board of Realtors was Mr.and Mrs. McClane remained until was ring bearer. '.' Gene Matthews ,Ii
I awarded a Graduate of Realtors Insti Thursday June 29. The bridegroom, son ,of Mr. and Personals ,
tute GUI) certificate June 23 at the Mrs. Johnny R. Hobbs, was attendedby ,". LisLc
awards dinner In West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby spent his father as best man. Ushers -,|' Mr. and Mrs. Terrell Webb, Jr. and Rotary Installs ;
This Is a nationally recognized Saturday Wednesday In Ozark, Ala. were Lee Casey brother of the bride, '; ; children of Nashville, Ga. are guests -
designation for the successful attending a family reunion on Sundayand Juan Key, cousin of the groom \" this week of Mr. and Mrs. ILL.It "
completion of 120 hours of schooling in also visiting Mr. and Mrs. M.O. Mickey Moore, uncle of the bride Hutson.
the Real Estate field.SUMMER Patterson in Montgomery, Ala. Chuck Hutcheson, Donnie Kelly and. :I SUMMER CLEARANCE Officers,

Larry White. A LEILA'SDress
CLEARANCE Mr, and Mrs. Richard Little and Mrs. George Canova, organist, Miss S. Gilt Shop Makes Awards .
LEILA'S family visiled relatives In Waverly, Cindy Canova pianist Miss Patty ,.r' 132 E. Call St.
Dress* Gift Shop Tenn. last week. Mullins. flutist. Mrs Robert Milner -. Starke, Fl.
1JJ E. ClllSt. and Bill McRae, vocalists, presenteda
Stark, Fl. Mr. and Mrs. R.P. McLendon were program of nuptial music. ,< Mr. and Mrs. James Thrasher and"children At Annual
in Blowing Rock, N.C. Wednesday to Mrs. M.A Payne, ST., directed the ,;: of Sylvester Ga. spenti
Saturday visiting t their son and wedding. .;j, Friday to Wednesday\ with\ Mrs. E.W. /
Graduating from Lake City Community family, Mr. and Mrs. James The reception was held In the Starke Hayes at Kingsley Lake. Miss Banquet 0
College at the end of the McLendon. Woman's Club. The mantel hald.a Harrietts Hayes of Miami is Mrs.
Spring Semester, 1978 were: Danette large arrangement of white and peach '* Hayes' guest for several weeks. yM
Marie Rodrique, Deborah Ann glads, peach carnations: \ t.@reon Dr. Whiffet Installed .. '. _
Mr and)trs, Don Ray Tilley were ) \ i Wayne was as .
Shuford. James Sidney lolly,"(ieorg. .:iJJctiionlnff' In Nashville,Tenn. and pompoms, yellow and white ,!llMr.. W.F, tlerlonn of Starke and 197S-79 president of the Stilrkil Rotary F ..
Edward Morgan, Franklin Uelano Montgomery Ala. Friday to 'and gypsaphalia." The"mantel and '", .luster, Mrs.forme Purvis of Gaines- Club at a ladies night dlnrtcr attendedby Retiring President George Ilirp: ,
Camp, Doyle Wayne Kemp and Bessie Wednesday. bookcases were draped with vllle attended' a grammar school Rotarians and Rotary Anns last (clt'fU receive past president's plaque .
M. Hardee. greenery. The two large baskets from reunion at Fort White on Saturday. Friday at the Starke Golf and Country from new pretlldt'nt..Wayne Whlffen.
SUMMER CLEARANCE the wedding were placed on eacb.fllde Club.
Mr and Mrs. Charles Shaffer of LEILA'S of the stage in the mall room. SUMMER CLEARANCE
Atlanta are visiting Mrs. F.J. Shaw Dress A Gift Shop The bride's table was covered witha LEILA'S Announcing the Rotary Buford Mitchell. 30th president of the
and relatives here this week. 132 E. Call St. yellow flounce with an Army.Navy Dress a Gift Shop International theme for the year, Starke Club, District Representativefor
Stark, Fl. "Reach Out," the new president W6-67. and sponsor-organizer of '.
131 E. Call St. urged Increased guidance and the Lake Butler Rotary Club during
Starke, Fl. encouragement of youth through his term as president; and Gene -",

Joey Herres spent last week with sponsorship of such Rotary projectsas Matthews, a carter member and past...
his sister"J.ataln, Herres, in Tampa.Charles Boy Scout Troop and the interact president of the club; publisher of the ;
Club for school students.
high Bradford County Telegraph from 1B32 '
: Francis and children Beth, to 1073; president of the Crosby Lake
Also charged with their duties at "
( UCINGjOFFSET John mother David.Mrs.and C.E Donnie Francis, visited, his InYoodbury.T this time by installing officer, of Cemetery the Bradford Association County, and Historical president a" .

IN TROD ;;; n. last week Freeman secretary:Register:, Jess III. Wolbert were Incoming ;< Board of Trustees. .'

treasurer Bill Wilson; sergeant-at- An award of appreciation was prtsented
Mr. and Mrs. John Manning of arms Ed Ripplinger; and president) to Mrs Inez Green who has
'Johnson City, Tenn., former Starke elect for. 197980. Pat Farnsworth. served as club pianist for more than;;
residents, are visiting friends here Directors installed were Sam 20 years. ,
this week while staying at the Holiday Adukiewicz, Richard Welty. 'Tom
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At an am where most girls are* cork that much. l hi .tf average week.fhe at the hospital.: A new training the community know where the
chancing their hair style weekend 1! girls achieve pins as they ccu-: program at Bell started by Head money we raise goes."
every
borrowing mom's makeup for a nulale hours of service at the hospital Nurse Patty hey will teach the Candy This year the girls' are trying to
first date some 20 Bradford area teen ind one Candy Striper. Donna Stripers bow to communicate with raise money to fund 4 September tripto
age girl are working) volunteer hours irantley, has piled up over WO hours patients take vital signs, and help out Disney world in Orlando, the site of r+
after school and during their summer of work, In the operating room in addition to the Statewide Teenage Volunteer
\ how check In
them
showing : patients
break at Bradford County Convention
The local girl. are BradfordHOIIpll.aI' Hospital. In addition to their hospital duties) and out of the hospital. Candy Stripers also lend volunteer
Candy Stripers; a corps of he group also\ spends days during the This Is a terrific program Mrs. hours to local public service events
hi fund-raising ctiviUesgand Overstreet said excitedly, "The girlsdon't .
young women who perform a vital 'ear like the Special Olympics.
doing public service work,' '/: like to be at the hospital and not of who
function at the hospital by doing what One the young women puts so
the nurses and the nurses aides don't Last year they raised $125 Tand be able to do anything. This programwill much time and effort Into the volun
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ought an emergency blood-pressure get them a lot more Involved. Is Mrs. Overstreet's ,
have time to do. The girls take meal teer program + }
trays to patients rooms, make gauge; for the hospital's! emergency Candy Stripers are expected to put daughter Debi. .
deliveries within the hospital and c: In at least eight hours of work a monthat "frealfy like helping people," Debi ::,
often find time to keep the patients Each year we'set a fund lsln, the hospital but many of the I girls said "And I like learning all the '. .'....''

company, talking to the adults',and "i'P- different things they teach us at the d.t
reading to the youngsters to'''make 1llli'i\ ,. !,'\ hospital. Even If I'm not going to be a .; t ;t' ..
their hospital stay: more pleasant. \ \ :Iit'i' p.N..r.r nurse it may help: someday. I A "M
The patients like having the girls ) t/J The 13-year-old Starke native was ; 1yY fi "
around/' said Mrs Doris Overstreet, : BIRTHSt: recently voted"Teenage Volunteer of r r
president elect of the hospital's t:, Mr. and Mrs Chip Gunter and The Year as the most dedicated and ,I' "', .. 1-! /llt.... .
Lady's Auxiliary, "Especially the Debl Ow..treet daughter, Marty, will return to their hard-working Candy Striper at Brad J
Louis Mann of
Starke :
older patients. Some of them are Just Mr. and Mrs. home In Golduboro, N.C. today ford County Hospital Debra Jordan .j ;,
left alone at the hospital and It helps a nnounce the birth of a son Louis Thursday, after a week with Mr. andMrs. When Debt got Into the Candy Miss Jas Contestant
them to have younger people paying People You Know A Jlen, on June 28 In Alachua General George W. Brown. Striper program two years ago there
attention to them lospital. Maternal grandparents are was only "about 10" girls doing volun- Miss Jacksonville : i,
The Lady' Auxiliary sanctions the Mr. and Mrs. Clyde TerwiUegar 'Ir and Mrs. Ernie Newsom. of Mr. and Mrs. Maxis Carter Sr, teer work at the hospital, now there Is ,
Candy Striper program. have returned from their honeymoon Strip tarke. ;a returned Sunday after Iwo weelu in nearly 20 and six new girls are Just Title is SoughtBy .;

"These the young girls can do workers* lot of in the Blue Ridge Mountains. . . . .. .,.n')*' ,, Hot Springs, Ark. getting started this summer. -
things Lady's Auxiliary They made one stop InSavannah. Wts Debra Jordan < :
and the nurses aides can't do," Mrs. went on to Blowing Rock Boone, and < Spending the long weekend with Mr. Darlene Luke m1
Lester BuMita of
and Mrs.
Overstreet said. Ashvllle, N.C. While In Ashville they Mr. and Mrs George W. Brown at Miss Debra Jordan. 19-year-old ,
birth of
the a son Shower Honoree
Soon they'll be able to do even more toured the Blltmore Estates. S tarke June announce 28 in Shand's Kingsley Lake were Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Marshal and Mrs.. M.MjI{
Attending the bride and groom In J born Hospital. L.M. Stoner of Ocala Mr. and Mrs. :
irandparents are Mr. and Mrs Mack Darlene Luke, whose Jordan. Is a contestant In the 197B :
their recent marriage were their Tom Stoner of Palatka Mr. and Mrs. Miss '
; Is Miss Jacksonville Beauty Pageant
Surprise SilverAnniversary respective children, Ronald Tumlin, J Futchand great-grandmother Mrs Norman Rigdon of Jacksonville and marriage to Dwayne Hardee will be scheduled July 20-21 at the Jackson-p,'
Markey Connie and IA.: Futch ,r j and Rex of Starke an event of September 2. was honoredat
Judy Reggie : Mr. Mrs. Brown ville Civic Auditorium 'f&f1SK
PartyForWDDuBoses Tumlin, IiWe Brian Tumlin as ring ?.,................................... and their families. a' .Ida! shower Thursday June 29. ,:
bearer Byron TerwiUegar and Ann 1/4 given by Connie Zeigler at her homeon :'
; ",..' Gainesville. On Friday evening July 20. the preliminaries
and Herb Nelson Mrs. Nancy Gunter Is visiting herm Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddish and 12th street In included the including the latent! portion

] and family Mr. and Mrs. Edgar family of Fayetteville N.C. are honoree's Those present mother Mrs Walter P. of the contest is scheduled. Saturda .i')
Mr.and Mrs. W.D.DuBose of Jacksonville G,unter in Melbourne. visiting Mrs. P.D. Reddish and familyfor Luke and the prospective groom's July 21, contestants will be shown in':
,
silver ten days swim suits and evening then
were given a surprise gowns
Mrs. L.B. Hardee. ,
wedding reception by their family :bJ y.-K- SUMMER CLEARANCE mother The table was covered by a the 10 finalists will be chosen. The
Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. LEILA'S Mrs Agnes Heath of Fort white lace party cloth and centered with an finalists will repeat their talent per'
DuBose's brother-law and sister Dress A Gin Shop Lauderdale was a guest the past week decorated with formances and the new Miss JackSon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerald D. Baldwin on Mrs. David Mendenhall and .132 E. Call St. of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp. streamers umbrella and white wedding green bells. ville will be selected.
Bayless Highway daughter. Ashley, of Stone Mountain Fl. .'
,
family members attending were Ga. and Miss June Hardy and BUI ;p.rk'
the DuBose's children. Mae. Lou Tidwell of Atlanta spent Saturday to
Ann and Donna. Mr and Mrs. Rufus Tuesday with their parents Mr. and
Alvarez, Mr, and Mrs. Owen Alvarez Mrs. J.E.. Hardy.
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roman '
Alvarez and family. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Hutson, ST. of
Jerald D. Baldwin and family, all of Orlando were last Monday to
Starke; Mr. and Mrs Lavon Alvarez Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
I of Orlando and Mr. and'Mrs. Daniel Hutson Jr. The Hutsons also had as
Alvarez and family of Atlanta guests Friday and Saturday Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. DuBose were given a Charlie Booth and son, Donald of
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silver cake plate and serving knife as Tampa. 0BROWN'WSERVI
a memento of the occasion.
SUMMER CLEARANCE
LEILA'S ?
l Methodist WomenTo Dress A Gift Shop
132 E. Call St.
Hold Supper Stark, Fl. SAYE
140

Wednesday, July 12 Mrs. Merrill Edwards returned APART
Sunday from a four day seminar at
Oral Roberts University at Tulsa, PLATE
The United Methodist Women will
have a covered dish supper Okla.Mr.

Wednesday. July 12, at 7 p.m. in the and Mrs. W.M. Meng and SAVE 48CI160 MAYONNAISE
Fellowship Hall.Members daughter, Dana of St. Petersburg M SAVE 101! A LB ?
husbands and house spent the weekend with their parents
guests are invited to attend. E.L. Matthews and Mr. and Mrs. Paul t

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IS. */*'! 'U1LEILA'S. ,
Dress A Gift Shop : '... SAVE 79CFRISH '
132 E. CIISf.Stark ; ," '.B'at9 )! s. ,: SAVE 12C < CRISP rAVi

., Fl. PAHT PRIDE' PECAN 'PKG NEW CROPCINNAMON BROCCOLI 10'

Local admittances to Bradford I :OF6 FLORIDA .
County Hospital this week Include: EACH
from Stark Mrs. Matilda Clark TWIRLS 2/79'' BUNCH DRISCOL
Mrs Lollit McDavid. Benjamin MANGOES

Baker, Mrs. Erma Knight, Hubert .
Cooper, Roan Todd and Ronald SAVE" '
OVEN COLD sAvE
i Noegel; Mrs. Obelia Tetstone from tool @, C 10

',0 Brooker; Mrs. Lota Smiley from SPICECAKE EACH"
..- Raiford; Mrs. Etta Dyal from CALIFORNIA
Graham; Seaborn Rucker from Lake ."" 89C, y CALIFORNIA
Mr. and Mrs. Forsyth Butler, and Mrs. Bertha Gandy from

Melrose. 'ICEBERG
O.E Forsyths ewrti.NS.w. PANTRY PftlDE e..w....,. ,a.twt sraN01DOOorIfAMBUR6ER
: Capt. and Mrs.John D. Warren, son f LETTUCE CRISP FISHER
Celebrate 25thAnniversary John Jr., and daughter, Whitney, of FRISH DRY
Fort ,Bragg N.C. spent the long ROLLS LARGE ROASTEDPEANUTS
weekend with his parents, Mr and 4/$1 HEAD 49C |RADISHES
June 18
Mrs. J.D. Warren. The children are .' m CELLO'ore SA .
remaining with their grandparentsfor <2 C JA/l es A r!
Mr. and Mrs. O.E. Forsyth three weeks.SUMMER tACNY SAVS 1.M
celebrated their Golden Wedding s
Anniversary Sunday June 18. at their lie'i''i n' 's' N trr
home with a family dinner then open CLEARANCE ....-..M.r. !!*'!'>!'.< ""'": RH>:;H "!
house from 2 to 5 p.m. LEILA'S GREEN I BOILING GREEN
The couple was married June. 16, Dress A Gift Shop I
1928 in Milliard 132 E. Call St. CUKES PEANUTS CABBAGE ONIONS

Mrs. Forsyth wore a lovely blue Stark, Fl.
dress with lace sleeves. Her corsagewas 49 <
three carnations tipped In blue Paula and Jay Patterson of East
with gold leaves and ribbon. Palestine.Ohio are visiting their aunt, tip
The table was covered with a gold Mrs-A.J. Barry and family, for two "

cloth cake overlaid was three with white tiered lace. 50th The weeks. "iP .r aiosi: ,I: 'f ll': REALEMON PLOCHMAN'S ''MIYD. li>l'p,,,. e"

Anniversary Cake decorated with Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Palmer, Jr. SQUEEZE BARREL t Y "i
yellow flowers. Orange sherbet and son, Frank Walker Palmer III of I LEMON JUICE .
punch mints and nuts were served Dallas Texas, are spending two i SAVE28C MUSTARD '' 'E'A. '
weeks with Mr. and Mrs Frank ...... ; 49c '_ _,
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also.Attending 32oz c vBTL. ,SAVE 10* ,
the celebration were Palmer at Kinglsey Lake. 69'" $119'
their children: Mr. and Mrs. ThomasJ. PFEIFFER 19 OZ. ,AI :" ;
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and of '
Forsyth son. Tommy SUMMER CLEARANCE "
Raiford Rev.and Mrs. Wendell R.
Pittman; of Mo. grandchildren and LEI LA'SDress ..If: yjWPIi:, ,e, vert, L aP,,,,',@
A Gift Shop DRESSINGS ,
great grandchildren of Mo.; Rev and : 'GLAD I
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Mrs. Richard Green and two children, ,
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Jonathan and LaJena; Mr. and Mrs. Stark, FL SOAP I IJMAS i BEANS .pn.c' '" ;; ""RAStt CA"
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Dennis Gray and three children, : : "..HRS I \
LaTricia. Denise and Christina; Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meister and H..5.9 '. 99'( '

and Mrs. John Bell of Ky. Mrs. son.Clay of Pensacola and Mrs. H,B. y h _U!" .I, .I "': _,
Forsyth's sister and husband. Mr. and McLendon of Orlando were Sunday _

Mrs. Lewis Gordon of Savannah, .Ga overnight guests. of E.L.. Matthews.Mr. -' -. too couNT COMPARE w COMPARE "=srezr',=%%: "*
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also attended. Pantry PrldoPlastic. ..mt. MMM tt. (Ml ft.. ....._ '
Mr. and Mrs. Forsyth want to thankall and Mrs Frank Palmer 89c Chun King Dividor PackEhuITKing '11I sl" Cut Deets ... 41 1 w.
their friends that attended open attended the Palmer family reunionat .,Cups, UN
house. Young Harris College Young ''Swr Divider Pack o. Sot Duncan Mines j 13 swtf
Harris, Ga. over the weekend. IMMt
Rotary Installs and 14' lt rii King.Divlder PackChunkTn2 o. fl" Foiee'r's; Codes I IUM I I u Vi ,
Susan Lynn Edwards Christine
Leon Lewis were on the Dean's List at ROSEDALEPEAS Divider! Pack o.31't VLASIC f fofjjef's{ Coffee _I". 2'6run):

New( OfficersFrom Page I> FSL, |.for the summer quarter, ChunlUng. Divider Pack .11I $141 KOHIRCHm save- 39C i forger's{ Coffee r..w'. .S4J, uvi'KOHER '

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appreciation awards were given to .
outgoing officers: Harry Hatcher.Jr., Dress LEILA'S A Gift Shop.. T t.YOorYI.. ; ... Q M n'* .o L<-"" ,. ". e ij.. ;" ,,: .1 e,

secretary; Pat Farnsworth, ,... .
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treasurer; and Bill Wilson, program r STAPUF I :
Fl. STEWED. WAfERS
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"Memorable Boating Experiences the weekend at Cypress Gardens and 1 GAL 9ge ::3/1 ".. '' ::21 :
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including an encounter with Hurricane attended Mr. Casey's 35th class .
Betsy while in harbor at Blmlnl. reunion of Auburndale High School.
Although working under the handicap
of having his glasses: blown away, CoT. and Mrs. H.M. Hatcher Jr. AE.L
Slade managed to keep the boat Mr. and Mrs. John Greene Rev.andMrs. POWDER DISHWASHERALL e
afloat although some of the Jack Flynn and Mr. and Mrs.
passengers took refuge at a nearby Mac Baldwin spent' the put. week at LAUNDRY DETERGENT POWDER CLEANSERP.ei
Marina Dillard, Ga.
Group singing was led by the club
song leader. Richard Welty Dr. and Mrs. Jay Mosely of Knox
accompanied on the autoharp by Mrs. ville. Tenn. visited Mrs. J.H. Mosel
Mona Canova. last week.







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Top Horticulture" .' Exhibit in State .


During the week of June 12-IS: isO Tattim Dale Tenly. Esther Pearson demonstration of some principle of
Future Farmers, representing" Z71 Sheila Starling, Donald Wilson, horticulture)
chapters all over Florida Celebrated:' Also attending the convention to re-- In the horticulture "use" division rn
the golden anniversary of The Florida celve their state Fanner's Degree first place went to Dale Testy adEsther
Association of Future Farmers of, l'' Awards were Michael Andrews Pearson with a demonstration
America at Its state convention at Harry Faulkner Billy Gnann and1'rankie entitled "The Uses of the
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Orlando's Sheraton Twin Towers. Blackburn. Strawberry.
r For the loth atr..Rht year, the The Chapter had three state Mike Williams and Glen Gnann
Bradford County Chapter earned thefirst winners and one second place; winner brought home first in the Landscape
place overall trophy In the horticulture in the horticulture demonstration Design Division with a project
Bradford Chapter winners at the state PEA convention held la Orlando June contest held annually) at the contests entitled "Planning by Design"
,; IMS were (!*)- Mike Williams and Glen Canon, first place la Landscape convention. The theme of this year's The Horticulture Marketing
'i Deslgni John Tatum first place In Marketing; Dale Tenly and Esther Pearson, anniversary celebration was "A The FFA members may work alone Division had John Tatum first with his
:, first place In Use Donald Wilson second In Production. Golden Past-A Brighter Future." xi the projects or In pairs.. The demonstration "Marketing of
Representing the Bradford Sr. students have been working 'en their Terrartums."
Chapter at the convention were John demonstrations since mid-April. The second place finish went to
t : '/:CCD Starts Action James Faulkner?Mike Williams and Each project lasts IS minutes and Donald Wilson In the Production Cadillac Uniform pants unit for the
; .n Glenn Gnann. ,.4.'(.r'. basically a 'show and tell" Division,with his exhibit "The Living sccead month i In a "w was chosen as
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,.w. Ming Tree; The Production of the wit W the month for May.

: Clay Hill PropertyProceedings Wearing Seat Belts, '3% Times Safer Bonsai.The "Bradford Chapter failed to the Supervisor sal trophy Dot Geiger: accepted

place In the Artistic Arrangement .
TALLAHASSEE-Traffic accident Nearing a seat belt Is three and one- Division, but still received a superior
to force action on the Authority Chairman Tom Ryan said figures for 1977 Indicate that persons wlf times greater than it is when rating.
part of Southeast Recycling he conferred with Brooke about wearing seat belts fare much better JRlI\g\ a seat belt Paul Hutchins,Sr. and Mr. and Mrs.
Corporation In the purchase of a tract Southeast's Intentions and learned tho than nonusers when Involved In a Of 1,314 occupants killed la auto Greg Alvarez attended the conventions
of land near the intersection of US-301 company wants to back out of the contract crash said the Florida Highway crashes in 1977; 1,229 or 93 percent chaperones with the students. If',
and SB-218 were started at the last to purchase, and would like to Patrol today were not wearing seat belts. Studies Former national officer and state I
meeting of the Clay County Develop recover its fs.ooo down payment, and Patrol Director Colonel Eldrlge have shown that approximately 25 'president Jimmy Alvarez now .
ment Authority. an additional (1,093 for attorney's fees Beach (Is a firm believer In seat restraints percent of people killed in auto Bradford County property appraiser \,
t Southeast's contract to purchase and other cost,. and Insists that all troopers crashes would not become fatalities If attended the convention for one day ,
. their Clay Hill property through wear them. Many troopers who have they would wear seat belts. Of the with his mother.Mrs. Harold Alvarez t
attorney Alan Brooke has been in The Authority currently has been Involved In crashes while 1,229 killed in Florida who were not and! his younger sister Lisa. ; .
,limbo since the Clay County Zoning another offer to purchase the Clay 11111 working credit seat belts with saving wearing seat belts approximately 300 Featured speakers" at the '
Board, backed by the County property under terms Identical to' their lives or reducing the severity of could have been saved. convention were State Commissioner 1 ,
Commission refused to grant the those given Southeast. James Wilkinson their injuries. Beach concluded by saying, "If of Agriculture Doyle E. Conner, !
corporation the special permit required who owns property adjacent to drivers and passengers would wear National FFA Vice-President Chris ,U i ;
to operate a rendering plant In the Authority tract made the offer Records for 1977 statewide crashes seat belts, not just on long trips but Hardy, and Division of Forestry ,le \ a
Clay County.At last month saying he would use it to of all drivers" show that one person every time they get into their vehicle Representative Carroll Lamb. ,1!, \ '.'\ 1/1"I'I
its last meeting the Develop obtain Industry compatible with the was killed for+every 1,279 vehicles Involved there would be tremendous reductionin Conner gave the present and future I ,4J
ment Authority authorized Its neighborhood.The In accidents In which the traffic fatalities which in 1977 status of agriculture In Florida, A .1Ia j jCadillac i
attorney Gene Shaw, to Issue a 60-day occupants were wearing seat belts. Of amounted to 2.066 people being killed. saying that he views the field as y< .I sA ;
title binder requiring Southeast to Authority did not Indicate those not wearing seat belts, 'one in During the same period 160,096 dynamic prospering and growing,
complete the transfer of title and start whether it would accept Wilkinson's every 347 was killed. In other words, people received Injuries In traffic Hardy a former state FFA Uniform employee of the i
making payments. offer or put the property up for bid. the chances of being killed when not crashes." president, stressed the goals and month for May selected by fellow
purposes of the FFA and Lamb employees was shirt bundle girl Tina
Y emphasized the importance of the Knowles.
FFA member's place in ,the Lillian Rodney and Grace Barnes
:1! PP. community both received honorable mention. ,


FOOD Free Cigarettes Still Available J '

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Inmates July 1 and Until. . t

FAIR -

It appears free cigarettes will still A bill designated to forbid free
be available to state Inmates after cigarettes for Inmates did not get out
July until the tobacco on hand Is of committee. But an appropriations
used up and a decision whether to sell bill which passed on the last day of
only commercial brands or charge for the legislative session included an
-- 'Y'GAVE' FRESH GRADE A the prison made smokes Is made.A order to the prison system to receover
4e HI-C HUNT' 5 LARGE DOZEN Department of Offender Rehabilitation the $300,000 allocated to provide free
said Tuesday inmates.
I G- spokesman cigarettes to
FRUIT EGGS there still Is sufficient tobacco on 1
.. KETCHUP hand to manufacturer cigarettes for That leaves option:
several months beyond the July 1 -Either to stop manufacturing
\:L+p Alal9awo. 5'3c legislative cut in tobacco purchase cigarettes for inmates and have only
appropriations.. commercial brands sold.
ASSORTED FLAVORS Rips, as state cigarettes are -or place filters on the Inmate
460Z CAN SAVE 20C called by Inmates have no filter and manufactured cigarettes adding
I 320z SKILLET BRAND $ 19 taste like second-class tobacco. The about four cents per pack to the cost of
69 ': SUC BREAKFAST prison system buys from wholesalers production. Selling the cigarettes at
.. 49C JAR tobacco that Is not considered for purchase cost would put the price at about It i
BACON L. PItG. aloe by cigarette companies that cents a pack, according to DOR. ey
manufacture Class A cigarettes It has been estimated to convert the
according to DOR spokesman equipment to place filters on the
,.,," (I.... .. rpmt J| Mte tlr' r c_ :Inmate began making'
$40,000.
manufacture the
to
: cigarette pack
.. '...... r
Fa ,. free cigarettes' given to inmates who cigarettes, using rolling equipment. In
.bY itz' IAYI ,rlumroSl Cooked Name SJ i zr cannot afford the cost of commercial 1972. Prior to that time. Inmates wet
{AYE > 20' .an(am tuataWMfWHormsl's with tobacco to roll their ow
supplied
50, tyS' Bacon .-.. 'M11' sr' The cigarettes number sold of In free the cigarettes prison canteen.manu- smokes.

f Fresh Pork SausaRe.Ra89t. 'acturedaveraaelout to 12 per day, or Some observers say1 eliminatingfree
r 225 packs annually, for each of the cigarettes would create more
:1 'over 20,000 Inmates in the prison tension and problems because poor
tAYE DAIRY .ITEMS system. In fiscal 1976-77, the state Inmates could not afford smokes.
-..-.. paid 1277,189 to manufacture and Cigarettes are also used for trading
jrfT
99
; Axelrods Cheese lilt lIP 1as distribute free cigarettes. purposes.

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Sausage Iw des m' negotiations between the accordance with 1975-76 arbitration.

'n' aT!; it it ii'Y. city of Starke and its unionized The union argued the city lost an
'x.Tr ei t1.r11A "/ r tub rr trA electrical workers IBEW Local 1205)) earlier arbitration on that point and
BpMii-ivrsU''! .' (Jif ilW' S M II i-OTS OF for 1978-79 are set to begin shortly was "engaging in retaliatory.action." '
VTV'OUN" <& *S% I SLICED RUMP CHICKEN while both sides still have not reached
ROUND
STEAK I ROASTj iSTIBAKS;; | BOLOGNA | ROAST : agreement Starke commissioners on last year's contract.Tuesday, Courthasruledcitlesarenotrequiredto Wolbert said the U.S. Supreme

June 0, unanimously accepted the pay overtime rather than awarding' I
city's position In negotiations with compensatory time.
'
electrical workers. Union membersnow The city's position was for a non-
must vote to accept or reject the contributory pension plan, saying it
MERCHANDISE ,nU'ntiW.tDGDSl i ./ city's offer. If the contract Is voted would more than double the percent
tlfed' W&mnsN6rtAt
; down the law provides the city may across the board Increase asked for
then adopt replacement portionsor by the union. The city's position Is If
ROSE FAIR any
DECOREL PICTURE EAU LESS I IUVI3011A't.b'M
Y stay with the proposed contract the city contributes to the employees
COMFORT TOP [2?ozCAN u soDR u" Contract talks stalled last year anda retirement fund it would eliminate
KNEE HI'S SPRAY special master was called to arbitrate paying taxes and increase take home I
the dispute. The special master
2 49c PILLSBURY Issued his findings October 1977 and pay.the
: : 379 PKO. 99c 5T RCH', talks have continued with the city rejecting city of Starke was recently \
BUNDT portions and the IBEW cleared of an unfair labor practicesuit J
rejecting portions. filed by the IBEW. The suit filed
In May attorney Jesse Wolbert in October 1977, alleged the city I
EwetyOsiriewPrlce CAKE acting for the city In negotiations andunion changed the city pension plan from a
; ,LADIES attorney Hal Johnson presented contributory plan to a noncontributory
!. Information to the council In its role as plan with respect to non-union
.: ,BRIEFS a legislative body. employees only. The suit, dismissedby
... .......
\
General Counsel reviewed
\ Points of conflict between the city the was
--3/$1 and the union Included shift pay by the Public Employees Relations
differential, overtime pay, a 3 percent Commission (PERC) and that
t cost of living Increase and extra decision affirmed.
PERC found there was no basis for
'F.. holidays.The
.8at a 'U ( ..ri
sexes the decision of the
BAN city said It wanted U4\ overtimepay overturning
AY. PaNTIIY /1110. saw err deleted In favor of compensationtime. General Counsel affirming a public
{ LOSE QUICK DRY MEA*' '--.- The union wanted to keep overtime employer is under no obligation to

t C POT_ ..; .;. 'ii99c pay at m tunes regular pay In provide the same benefits to bargain
ROLL-ON ;.. : ing unit members as are provided to
TOOTt1PASTban
,' uw.eennoT SARA LEI'{ ..w 10' ARED. 'Swimming LessonsTo non-unit employees.
8.4TUBEoz IIIGULA/ll 939 POUND'1'1' -
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Begin July
1 1e SERVICEMAN
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'GLAZED' Swim lessons sponsored by the .................
59C Gainesville YMCA will begin at the
DONUTS: Starke Golf*: Country Club Tuesday
eUFfFB N July II, with real.lnUon'T1Jur1da1 Ilmanl8taU-ca
NUTWOOD tARAw m June 29 from 1:30: to a p.m. At att.......GermanyU.S.
1 -'cl2: ::: i89C Fees must be paid at registration. "
Mothers must go In the water with Air Force Staff Sergeant
'. children under four years old Kenneth L. Simons, son ,of bars: .
.' Classes will meet ,Tuesday; Shirley M. Meyers of .251 S.,
'S' SAVE rl! UCH ,19; i ::0 UV 'I", r."I! ,,19 ''e VI ',n, I'f.",. ''F.:!) Thursday and Saturday from 8:30: Westmoreland Starke, has arrived

e' { { r JACK I I tlUMGIIY'\'ACK I I H..OLD100" I a.m. to noon, July 11 through July 28. for duty at Bltburg AB,Germany. I
I HUNGRY U Cost for swim classes. will be 123 for'' The .sergeant a 1970 graduate of
{,. c it-ftrfy Oft GINf-tR 4i.fSIlOAH I PANCAKE'MIX i MASHED:7 I j COLOMBIANc5m+ Country Club members. Non- Mason (Ohio) High School received
: fRft i I I # El. i members will be charged an an associate degree from Miami Dade
I 34o PKO. r POTATOES, ''I I (t.: "r additional.. for the use of the pool. Community College. His father, retired
J L ,JP.. I d.....;ynYp".J' t ... No refunds will be given. U the Y CAhas Air Force Master,'Sergeant
; .... ,... ..-.. ", r n. d. R J Ml* >l urn < IK If*..)
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r ..:&.._______.-.--"" --_! "a----w-rp-ba.J.w: __ f A"---M_> to cancel a class there. will be a Charles. W',Simons,resides'at, Tucson.
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The Chamber of Commerce Meta A list of the Met,' hitter will take three walks as did Kevin Johns. Ron, I.L SPOMT
left no doubt as to who the Dixie Youth some time. Jimmy Schoenlng ripped Willis laced two singles, and Robbie ..
Champions are,ai they destroyed the four singles! Kenny Davis had a McGee had a double and a single .
Badcock Giants, 30-8, In the third single, double, and triple, Shane The Met collected a total of 19 hits 'a.- .............................................. ..:'.';? :
game of the World Series, played Johnson collected two doubles and a In the highest scoring game this ,
Wednesday, June 28. single, Dan Duffy had two singles and reporter had seen all season 5,

.-t. L.if !.I ...fi ra, paced Richie the Fender Giants, who and had Andy the Chaff best Poor Boys Best of

wen-lost record In Dixie Yout at 15-2- ,
1. Fender ripped a single and a ?
.. double, plus a grand slam homer In'
r tV the fourth that brought the Giant u t County In Raiford .
chore a* they would get at 14-6. Chaff '
;
wr' *7wr connected three times, also, with two
singles and a double. .' Lawtey'Poor Boys finished fourth Howard Auto took the tourney :}
leading Mets' hitters for the series .A while Howard Auto Parts of Lake .championship with three win in four'" I
t were Kenny Davis. 7 for 10 .700 .rr Butler won its second men's Softball game The union County team'only ,? !
Kevin Johns, O-for-9, .606, and Jimmy tournament In as many weeks at last loss was a 14-12 setback to ,
Schoening 6-for-10, 600. The Giant weekend's Firestone Invitational at Macclenny'i Bootlegger and ",
leading hitter for' the three game Raiford June 29 July I, Howard' clipped the second-place ,
.,ti vruuq !series were Andy Chaff, 6-for-10" .600, Bootlegger twice, 13-1 and 9-4 to.
and Richie Fender, 5-for-9 .555. "" claim the title.
Next step for Dixie Youth baseballwill ,\ Met*' catcher Kenny Davis The Poor Boy came out of the
be all-stars practice, which squeezes this foul pop against the loser*' bracket to finish highest Marvin Tomlinson had another big
begins July 6th. ; buck-stop. fence as the Mets' put among the county entrants In the weekend at the plate for the winners, I
w'1 The National and American League together outstanding defensive play field. The Lawtey team was clubbed hitting for a ,722 average and tieing
.r ill-stars will compete In the aubJistrlot rand solid hitting to prove that they Into the losers' draw by eventual for Best Batting Average honors with "
Il Class B tournament, starting deserve the title of Dixie Youth champ Howard Auto In the tourney'sfirst Wilbur Rogers of the Lake Butler
July 21, In Starke. Champions. game 11-2. Tommy Reddish Merchants J
plated himself twice with a pair of ;
solo homers for PB's only runs.
Rain Soft Whips Field Few of the other Bradford team
Lawtey stayed alive In the double- fared well In the Raiford tourney.
elimination tourney with an 8-2 win New River placed fifth, splitting four
In Orange Park over Starke's Senior Boys a 12-2 games for the weekend. Dewitt Grlffi
Tournev thrashing of S&S Grocers of Lake City and Jimmie Osteen led the Starke
and a 10-8 decision over Lake City's club past LWCI9-8 and Pine J..eveI12-
Itlchle Fender's grand slam homer In the third game was one of the few Playing on the road under the Crown Realty, Lake Butler's 11 but the Bootlegger dropped them
bright spots for the Glanti, who ml( out In their bid for the championship title, sponsorship of Rain Soft, the Starke Rain Soft Club. Randall Thomas Merchants finally eliminated the Poor 6-1 and the LB Merchants eliminated
30-8. City League champs, formerly broke his ankle coming Into third In Boys 13-3 and went on to take third (hem 131.
McDonald's, went undefeated and Sunday's first game, and was unableto place In the 10 team event. Reddish Pine Level LWCI and Starke'-
oooooooooooooI Correction brought home the first place trophy in' finish the tournament. finished with four roundtrlppers for Senior Boys were all eliminated with
Rain Soft, despite the loss of the weekend. two losses In two
Robert Louis an 18-team tournament held In games..
I I Knecht 13 Here we go again! The two Thomas, went on to win three game
| [ wrestlers who will be traveling to the Orange Park this past weekend, June' on the final day and take the
1976. 30 and July 1 and 2.
National Championship.. at theUniversity tournament.The .
All other In '
competitors the'
of Iowa are Anthony
final game was an appropriate
brother Richard John did Bright and Allen Scott. It was tournament were from Jacksonvilleor ending to an outstanding tournament,
20,222 ut-upt for the world reported last week that Scott Allen Green Cove Springs,and the Starke with Rain Soft squeaking by Knowles
record In 1972. would be going.Apologies to Allen and nine turned In one of their, best all- ,of Green Cove Springs, 9..). Both
around tournaments In all
I Scott. five of their games.Bill winning teams played tough, but Malone' 3-
-.---------------- ------------------ for-3 Including two long home
..... Malone had three homers In the night.
tourney, with two coming in the final'' rIms, proved to be too much. thu s
be the road
Rain Soft will on again
and Randall Thomas,
game Danny
this weekend, traveling to either
t
McKinney, and David Bennett addedone
Palatka or Macclenny, after a family
RainSoft roundtripper hitters for the apiece.tourney Leading were outing on Tuesday, July 4, at Camp

( 1 McKinney, Thomas, Dale Haas- Blanding.
fIt Bennett Malone, Bill Ratliff. and'ferry '
Hardee, with all men finishing
over .500 for the tourney. 0 t r }
Probably the most important aspect' w
of Rain Sof is successful weekend was Mtt. w.''
the exceptional defensive play. The ? ,
Infield of Haas. Ratliff, McKinney, ,
t and Malone let few, balls
very get
..
through behind pitcher Fred Wheeler. .. ....,i} _, ....,'
On Sunday,after winning Friday 9-3 .Ji. .. r 'lJ1J
and Saturday 12-9, a key injury hit the 4 '.,, .-
Starke IarateSltp The throw to the plate la too late to catch New River'Fred Dobblan.after be 1
laced an Inside the park home run to help lead his team to a win over Pine Level''' '
V ,. s t In the Raiford tournament held this weekend: New' the". '" '*' j
;; Awards? tourney ,|'tJJt the,LsWley,1'pafpoysftehlghfelBradford[, f > finisheronHhw IJ '***' I ,


David Newham and Ricky Sullivan Starke's Allen Winner
came away with the only two trophies
awarded at the Mike Crane Sports I
-r.rl .- Camp's Martial Arts segment in I
III 26-30.Dayton, Tenn., held last week, June At Junior Olympics ,:: .

...
Newham brought home the -
Outstanding Performance in All
Fields Instructor's Award, and Scott Allen, 14, of Starke, traveledto The meet was held at South Dade
Sullivan won the Outstanding Form the Junior Olympics In Miami this Community College, with qualifying
Award. Also attending the from past weekend, and came away with a earlier on Saturday, June 17. at
ua rl Starke were Mark Dixon camp and Lewis first and a third and a District Four Winter Park. Allen took first in the 100
Cooper. record in the process. and 440 at the qualifying meet plus
The sports with 79 Allen, competing in the 13-year-old second In the 220. He did not competeIn
camp
participants, 40 in the martial arts category since his birthday falls after the 220 in Miami. '
featured well-known January I, 1978. took first place in the The 13-year-old age group-does not,
segment sports
,
all Scott Allen winner of the AAU 440-yard dash with a time of SS.3, and move on to the nationals, so Allen has
from the
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Do You Remember ? ;. :




1965 And 1966 "Big Red" Teams Steamrolled to 's.tate"GridTitl '


Dy tftuj amaay Jtmt t.Miugt. 'f ",
Ilcratanwrlter After the kickoff BUS held the teams were announced: /and; .
Bloodhounds on downs at the Tornadoes dotted the lineup of.both
Auburndale 49. Again the Tornadoes honorary squads ,<
BHS Head Football Coach Davit i marched to paydirt with Falcon Falcon, Douglas. They, Redding
Hone remembers it tallying from eight yards away on a Agner Elder, Chllson and Reese won
"1$5? were the golden yean" hi t keeper. Bradford's defense then took spots on the Florida Star Conference
recalled "We had a group of super', over to preserve the win as the hosts team and the Gainesville Suns All- I
athlete who were extreme!;) only score came on an Interception Area squad Included all those
dedicated. We've never had so man y Elder Douglas, and Ronnie Tornadoes plus Godwin Joyner and
great athletes on our football team alone t Tomlinson put in outstanding John Spengler.
time." defensive work in the win that Set up a The community and the coaches
Thou "great thletes" stormed I championship tilt with Wauchula's gave congratulations, praise and
through two fabulous Wildcats at Florida Field
seasons ol in thanks to the teenage grid heroesat
football taking on the best Class A Gainesville the annual football awards
(now Class 3A) gridiron clubs
Florida
The
banquet. team was presented! a
had to offer and never tasting defeat Before an estimated 7.0110< fans at bushel and awards
When six of seven All-Conferen the home of the Gators the Tornadoes They receive the state championship -
performers graduated after the 1909: ripped through Wauchula 39.0 to cap a trophy, the region title trophy,
title-winning year six more were perfect season and become BHS's the Florida Times-Union Conference
nurtured to lead the 1966 club to a first state champ ever. trophy and the Florida Star Conference
second consecutive Class A Bradford sliced through the Wildcat championship trophy,
championship y defense for over 470 offensive yards
"We didn't have one or two playeri and hcktthe'Cats to 31 total stripes. Falcon was named Most Valuable
who carried us," Hurse remembered 1' u TI Falcon saved his most Incredible per. Player, with Douglas and Tilley
"Si" entire group played and played .., formance for the final game of his winning Most Outstanding Linemen,
I. career as he hit on IS of 21 passes awards Agner and Elder Most Outstanding
"We just had an unselfish team that Members of the INS BUS stale cham teams David Shannon Roger Chllion, Randy Joyner. John without Interception for 226 yards and Backs and Redding a
gave out a total team effort" said Row ones Donnle Falcon, Dwight Elder, hutch Redding. ter, Jimmy Blaekshcsr.: Eddie Stand) Row four three TD's and ran (for 65 yards. Sportsmanship award. I '
Wayne McLeod as he looked back In Steve Tilley, Row twos Jim Godwin Eddie Douglas Mare Sanderson.Wayne BUnkenthip. Joey Reese.Andy And so the 1965 storybook season
time to when he quartnrbacked the Richard Crews, Calvin Varoes, Mickey Agner, Douglas Mayton., Larry Council,Ronnie Newman, Leaton Morgan, The Tornado defense plugged every came to an end The Tornadoes had
1966! team to glom. "Coach Nurse Conner Ronnie Tomllnson. Row three Harry Hatcher, Johnny Bradley. gap as Douglas. Reese, Tilley, Agner, whipped 12 teams by a combined totalof I
us to Do your Job and Redding Godwin and Tomlinson 337 points to 46 and won Bradford
then help your buddy and that's whatwe "This was about as well played a 54 and 39 yard TD passes to Green Cove Springs wasn't team played defense with the reckless High's first state championship.
ballgame as I've ever seen from a Douglas and scored once himself.In enough to slow the Tornado. BHS abandon of state champs. Six All-Conference players '
In the first of a two-part series we'll high school team," he boasted, wrapped up an unbeaten regular "Man, oh man It was a deserving' graduated In the spring of 1965 but the I'
take a look at the 1965 season. the Live Oak win Junior end Joey season with a 33-6 win in which the win for a deserving bunch of boys,' 1966 bunch started working towards a
The 1965 club came into fall practice "Barring Injuries and with an all-out Reese emerged from behind the Falcon-to-Douglas combination Coach Hurse said after the championship goal never before achieved a second
highly touted after an 8-1-1 season In effort we could go all the way" shadow of Douglas, catching eight clicked three times on scoring! passes. runaway consecutive state class A
64. A preseason poll tabbed the passes for 89 yards and one TD. championship.Next .
Tornadoes' the number one Class A After such lofty predictions the The "Big Red" opened postseason In the same week of the final game the Telegraph will look at the
team in the state even before the Tornadoes seemed sure to fail to live Fernandina toppled under the play with a semifinal matchup with 1965 ,All-Conference and All-Area 1966 state championship season I ,

campaign started up to their billing and for one week at pressure of Bradford's attack Auburndale's Bloodhounds at the _._----- --- -- I
Five standout starters from the 1964 least they did fail to Impress. and their late game aerials were Auburndale Citrus Bowl. Four I
club that was beaten only by Lake On a dew-dampened field in St. gobbled up by Tornado backs. Elder thousand fans were in attendance
City returned and "Big Red' was a Augustine BHS outrushed the hosting and Agner combined for over 300 more than half of them reportedly FERTILIZE LAWNS NOW I
hungry bunch. Eddie Douglas, Jackets 311 yards to 16 but had to yards rushing and Steve Tilley Bradford fans.
Mickey Agner, Donald Falcon, Steve overcome four turnovers and 75 yards Randy Joyner and Elder InterceptedPirate "We had fans travel to that game
Tilley and, Butch Redding had all in penalties before played key roles for BHS as juniors. win. claimed then JV coach-Scout Warney Lawns Need A Summer Fertilizing To
"W. were really hungry in 1965," With eight wins under their belts Atkinson.
said Roger Chllson, a starter for both The last quarter began with the Bradford's wrecking crew preparedfor Falcon scored every Bradford point Remain Vigorous & Healthy Do-lt-Now
title-winning teams, "I' remember score tied 6-6 but Falcon engineeredin. of the and the Tornado defense didn't allowa
test a
practices being" very Intense my .,11 play scoring march that gave, matchup its toughest with powerhouse Lake season City score as BHS claimed a 14-7 win.Faleon'l Grotone Pellets $ C49J ,
junior year. Bradford High its third win. With would decide the Florida Star two TD runs came on
Hard work started before school.Hurse'llummer fullback 'Mickey Agner out with a that Conference champion and give the successive series and were both set up 9-7-7-Complete & Balanced. Up To" W f
weight program was bruised hip halfback Dwlght Elder winner the Inside track on a state by the stonewalling defense. ,
Per
2500 Sq. Ft. Coverage Bag -
just being injected into the football played an ironman role, romping 23 playoff berth. There was little doubt
system and the summer was filled times for 151 yards.! the Lake City game was the test of Jim' Godwin pounced on an Grotone Lawn Special ,
with metal lifting for the grid squad. how good this smallish bunch of Auburndale fumble at midfield In the ( ,
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the eve of the September 17 opener Tony Griffith coached defense that
against Macclenny'a Wildcats. New Smyrna Beach came to town was outweighed by IS pounds per man FLEA PROBLEM,
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Front row (l-ri) Jay Hayes, Doug Simons, Shane Johnson Tony Divl, Front row (I-rh>>i Ron Edmondion. GUild Pettlway, Gary Tyson Andy Bark row: Coach Clark, Stephen Little Hubert Berry, Ricky Sullivan
Kathy Morrow. Chaff Christopher Campbell Greg Wilkerson.\ Kay Allen. Johnny Boswell. Jonathan Johnson Clayton Norman Mike Crockwell. Coach
Back row Kenny Oivli Kevin John. Coach Herman Schoening, Hurry Back row: Jason Bennett. Bernte, Akrldge coach Richie Fender Bernie Ramsey
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Crews, Jim Norman Owen Southrrland. Gerald Brown. Second row Eddie Herndon, Ry Shuford Andy Norman, Victor Massey Back row Keith Griffls, Ronald Davis. Bruce Hehberg. Todd Jackson,
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Kenny Dewltt. Anthony Miller, Billy Relti. Back row 1 Hobble Boone.lJarrhlliardt'e.llarry Warren Bo Wheeler Teddy Back row: Emmett Watkins Jeff Ruise Stephen'Spell ('oach'lIIla01 l
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Second row Sam Griffls, Tudy O'Neal. George Crews. Lee Vince Culverson,Todd Denton Brad Brown Coach Richard Lltt.e Kevin Randolph Coach John Mike Southerland. ,' .
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season as expected In first place In Darryl Thornton and Mark Pierce
Dixie Boys baseball. knocking In the tallies, and then shut
The Dixie Boys' All-Stars will start down the Civitans in the top of the fifthto t
practicing July S, In preparation for post a 9-6 win in Dixie Boys baseball .
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Merchants 7-8-3 Sonic 2.17.OlymplanssMerchants. Thomas Paladmo allowed a single between Front row (l.r)1 Rune Mlscally Jamey Slater. James Crew. Robert Smith,, Kevin Norman. Kenneth Norman Billy Stroud. Denny Thompson. ,; f
three groundouts to end the Starling Billy Gault Dale Norman,Cindy Taylor James McNeil. Back row Wanda Brown. lames Burton Mike Rourke Alvin Jenkins, *
2 Civitans' chances in the top of the Back row Cynthia Brown Alan Wood. Cory Strong. Donnie Spark. Keith Robert VHIklson.. Rob Norman Terry Gssklns Brian Crew. CharmlnWllkerson

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Dixie Boys baseball's game of the hit off Paladino. a triple in the first Monday, June 38. scorer for women with an 83. ,;zowarxa.; notn or Keystone carded f,
season Thursday June 29. inning that he tried to stretch Into a The hot humid weather Sunday, The two some of Bill Harrington and net 71'. for third and fourth''place. -:
Johnson ripped a triple after three home run, only to get nailed at the Clark's homer wad a three run shot 'July '2. didn't discourage golf en- Huntley Kedfearn Sr. of respectively.Net ,
walks had loaded the bases In the first plate by a perfect relay from shortstop In the top of the fifth, and Johnson I ithuslasts as some 86 entrants teed-off won team low net with a 144 Second wihners were determined. by f.
frame of the game which lasted only Emmett Watkins. collected four RBIs with his doubles. in the morning and afternoon at the low net of twosomes went to Val and the Calloway system. I.'<.,..,
three innings. The umpire called the 'Keystone Golf and Country Club to
Randy Parado and Larry Saucer n
Mike Vallencourt of Jacksonville witha handed '
in the third because of second annual Special prizes out were:
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the playersStephen Day" tournament. 14S. Closest to the pin on No.; :2 '-..'.Art
among Olympian 14-Sonic*0 Country Low net score of the day was postedby Williams of Keystone; longest/ putt Oft'I
Spell, Blaine Dyal. Scott Kenny Clark ripped a home run anda The Sonic connected safely only !Zio Henry Brown Keystone Heights Billy\ Mulchings,Jr. ot Green Cove No. -'Joe' Lee of Jfawtborne : : .
Polk and Darryl Merchants Thornton had single and Chuck Johnson laced twice at the plate off of Olympians' ._,,I fired a award one under for men while the Gertie low Springs with a pet W..Second 'low pet .. .ia! ) est.driveon .No,1 ,BA... Nancy-;.'... l..._..
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I Grand 01' Fourth Celebration in Raiford Raiford Blaze Destroys Lodge .


t+ A grand or r Fourth was DM Dy uinwsetit An early morning blaze Friday. lodge. Mid she had just walked

.last TlMsday night July 4, M&M June 30, totally destroyed the Stanley outside and was looking toward the
t Town of Raiford held out open Hunting Lodge In Raiford and created lodge when two young unidentified
arms to visitors near and far In flying ammunition as surplus ammo boys told her the lodge was an fire
celebration at both the holiday and stored In the lodge exploded during Mrs Woods Mid she immediately
dedication ceremonies of the town's the course of the fire. No one was went Inside and called the Lake Butler
newly acquired and refurbished a Injured during the incident. Fire Department, but was so sc.u<. community center. Lake Butler and Hal ford fire and shook up she could hardly! talk ut:
JLi departments responded to the fire. all. ,
Hundred of visitors In yd1 It 1W!!
the events which Included participated but were unable to salvage any part of Because of a ruptured electrical
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the building. A damage estimate on cable, and the deeply.wooded location
dinner of chicken plleau, slaw, beam the loss and details til how the blaze of the lodge, firemen were unable to
and corn on the cob. a visit by # may have started were unavailable at get right to the lodge and vptre ma Inly
i gubernatorial cnadldale Secretary of t press time. concerned with welling down the surrounding
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other Raiford officials radiated with "...... Scoot .b..I.1. ."'''____" ...h ,_ ..._ ,. .
welcome and pride In the vuv ri4y '''; i f ness wasthe Hi uiv 8-year age. group, "
of the town since the accomplishments theme of the meeting of Cub Scout Judges for the physicatltness
the land and building from purclaseof Pack 518 last Thursday, June 29 at contest Mere? Mrs Gail Ua\Ui Mrs.
last the the chapel of the Mormon. Church on Ellen White. Winston Barber and
county In addition
finishing the bung inside and to out re-, Flames eel al tile last remaining polls I of the Stanley Hunting Lodge which Besscnt Road. Leslie Folsom.Cookies .
The five events were: 50 yard dash, and punch Mere furnished
extensive grounds work has been was completely destroyed by fire Friday morning June 30.
completed around the building and on Surplus ammunition stored la the lodge exploded during the course of the softball throw, standing long jump. by Mrs. Gad Davis.
the Softball field in one corner of the fire, without. Injury to bystanders or firefighter push ups and sit ups. Winners in each Next Pack 518 meeting will be July
of three 8, 9 and '3ii at the Church ol Jesus
property, and a whole set of age groups. 10. were 27at 7 p.m.
playground determined from highest III.0resin all Christ of Latter Day Saints on liomentItnad.

It seems everyone loves cor* on the purchased equipment by the town and has Installedat been Young'uns Out For Summer, Drivers Reminded five events. The champions will All Interested .persons, are
cob !. the southern tradition and the center.If compete with other pucks Saturday. urged to attend. .
Secretary of State Bruce Smothers TALLAHASSEE School bells around vacant lots, recreation areas, July 13. at Camp Echockolee in
told the cook corn was something be which ring for the last time signaling parks and suburban areas where Orange Park. r .car '; K.v .
could really eat plenty 01, so the cook missed you missed the celebration, you the end of another school year should there are no idewalks. David Black winner for the 10-year-
provided the. corn and Sm.then a real Fourth right here In warn motorists to be alert for fun "While the motorist has a responsibility old group, will be unable to attend the
provided the appetite.CHURCH Raiford.Union County hosted by the town of loving youngsters beginning their for the safety of the child Tn the council championship no the first ,.
summer vacations, reminds the street, parents shaM In this responsibility runner-up, Mark Barber, will represent J t
Florida Highway Patrol. teach their children not to use Pack 518 in the contest. .
Drivers should be especially alert streets and highways as play. Aaron Davis was winner of the 9-
for pedestrians and bike riders grounds," Colonel Beach says. y ear-old group and Mike Harbor won The heart Is only about 51/2 ,V
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ACTIVITIES Grace United Methodist Sunday LAWTEYby Cl'Clland Wavne Hardee attended the Mr.: and Mrs: Herbert Burney.'of
Schoolt:45: a.m.,Worship Services 11 'V.:irlheiil Klund.i I'n-lil Trial 'Inniili1 Jacksonville, were Sunday alternoonKIMMR
Church of God: Sunday School 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., Methodist Youth Elisabeth Mosely's dog. Glory, placed first in of Mr. and Mrs Donald
a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. and 8 Fellowship at 6:30: p.m. on Sunday Terry trailing and placed third in Wllklsim
p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 night. Choir Practice Wednesday at Phone 782.3300Mr. endurance, was fourth HGA out of
p.m. YPE Friday at 7 p.m. 7:15: p.m. nearly 400 dogs. lie was real proud of Annie and Keith Steele Monroe.: .
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday School The men of the church plan a her. It was one of the bent organized Tenn. fcponl t"ot'l'k" with their
10 a.m, Worship Services 11 a.m. and weekday at the church July 10. The 8 p.m., Prayer Meeting on Wednesdayat .and Mrs. Barry Watts went on a hunts that Northeast Florida has held uncle! unit uunt. Mr und :Mm I.CKUTiilkcr
7 p.m.,Training Union 6 p.m., Prayer ladies will prepare a good meal at 7:30: p.m. grand tour of the state last weekend to In a lona time. It was at Lulu.Fla. \\ Their part'ntll.\Ir! mid Mr;
Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. noontime that day. Laura Baptist Sunday School 10 Tampa Miami. Key West and other John Steele of Monroe. Tenn. eumv
Faith Baptist Church Radio The regular meeting of the MYF a.m., Worship Services U a.m. and cities. Their mother, Mrs. Bessie Henry Hodges and son Mark, attended down for the Fourth of .'"weekend' 4
Program on WPXE 8 a.m. Sunday. was held at 8:30 p.m. Sunday night at 7:30 p.m., Prayer Meeting on Watts, Is spending sometime with her the drag races in Gainesvilleon und their grandsons re'm' 'nrd Lome
Bible School 10 a.m., Worship Services the church. The group went to the Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Saturday night. with them i
11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m., Prayer Alexander Brest Planetarium In Morgan Road Baptist Church: 'Mrs G.C. Stanley of Crescent City. Mrs. Robert Lee attended a MrsVcmilc Sins (Ih nl .I.o'ksnnviily'
Meeting Wednesday ay 7:30: p.m. Jacksonville for a closer look at the Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Services Mrs. Johnny Jenkins (daughter of Postmaster's Training Meeting in spent the Fourth ol"July erkeml wil h
Faith United Methodist: Sunday stars. From the telescope at the 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Training Mrs. Alma Anders) returned home Jacksonville Beach on Thursday and her parents Col and ;Mrsilli.ini,
School 9:43 a.m., Worship Services 11 planetarium, the planet Saturn with Union 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting from St. Vincent's Hospital on Friday \VINon\
a.m. and 7:30 p.m., Training Union its rings could be clearly seen. Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Saturday after spending several days Rev, and !Mrs. Leonard Melton and ('hlll'kInorl.: '. WII'Iu111Urhdll\ /
6:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting on The next field trip will be tubing at Morlhtlde Baptlit Sunday School there. family are spending the Fourth of night \guest of his ,parent ;Air. inn!
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m.Brooker the Itchetucknee.The group will meetat 10a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Gallagher and July weekend holidays at Ponderosa Mrs Fred Moore :Mrs J.\\'. Thormi
10 a.m. Tuesday, July 11, at the 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday at family, and their mother, Mrs. A. Campgrounds at White Springs Fla anti Jody hpenl. Tuesday will them
church. Bring a picnic lunch. 7 p.m. Keancly, of Miami are guests of their Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Norman.. ol und carried them tank to Jack t
Next regular meeting Sunday, July Smyrna Missionary Baptist son-in-law and daughter, Mr, and Gulf Hammock;' were Sunday dinner ..lIom'ill.Irll.: Ann Andrew and ;Mm
News 9, at 6:30 p.m. at the church. Please Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Ser Mrs. Randy Roberts and daughter guests of their parents Mr and Mrs. Dvbbii conic Friday and :Mrny
bring a friend. vices 11 a.m. und 7 p.m., BTS 5:43: Heather Lynn, for two weeks. Trum.m Norman and grandmother. Andrews stayed over to Sunday';
Highland Baptist Sunday School p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 Deepest sympathy of the community Mrs. Carl Prevatt Jimmy :Moore of Jacksonville visited
GREEN REUNION SUNDAY 10 a.m.. Worship Services 11 a.m and p.m. Is extended to Mrs. Martha them on Saturday lIIornin ., Mr. wind i
Dorko and family and Ernest Wells Mr. David Peterson! of Jacksonville Mrs Tom I'jisey 1 \ltited them mi

:This year the' children of Ozgood ................ PERSONALS: and family, and other relatives due to stopped by for a visit with his sister. Sunday afternoon. .
Green and Allen Green are combining the death of their mother, Mrs.. Mae Mrs. Robert Lee on Wednesday
their family reunion. It will be held SERVICEMAN Mr. and Mrs. Randy Roberts are Wells, on Monday. Mrs. Wordna Prevatt returned Mr, und Mrs, Jeorne; I'\ Kelley
this Sunday, July 9, at the Civic the proud parents of a daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dyal and home from SI. Vincent's Hospital. crlchrnted the Fourth of .'July with :.
Center in Worthington Springs with ***************** Heather Lynn, weighing 9V< IDS., born family of Jacksonville visited their Jacksonville, on Wednesday We are cookout on !Sumluv Jim Hiirris! urn'
covered dish lunch at 1 p.m. We urge Thursday in Shands Hospital, Gaines- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal and happy to report that she is getting Dave Kelly barbecued: u It'l (mum)
all friends and relatives to please Johnson Complete ville. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leonette, on Saturday.Col. along fine. pm. l fo nlovinglhefe.tivitieswiththem| !
come. Electrician's Course Edward Roberts, and Mr. and Mrs. l. and Mrs. William Wilson called Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Wolfe and son. \\crcIt" friends and rH.ili\CH
Their surviving children are: Mrs. J.M. Gallagher of Miami. their son.John on Saturday,July 1, to Hobby, of Wilmington. Del. mopped Mr and Mrs: frniR Carroll um'
Evan W. Hodges. Mr. Joe Green, Mr. Marine Private First Class Adro L. Mr. and Mrs. James Anders and wish him a happy 14th birthday. by to see their grandmother. Mrs family of Hocu K.ilon. fo'la. Kpciu
Robert Green, Mr. Leslie Green, Mrs. 'Johnson, son of Leslie G. Johnson of grandson Mark of Palatka visited Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs of Hester IlIcks.and uncle and aunt. !Mr Friday to Monday with their parent
Pearl Markey, Mrs. Amanda Lewis, RL a. Box 158, Starke, was the honor their mother Mrs. Alma Sanders, on JI..kl'tonvjl1e' spent Saturday with and Mrs. Glen Shuford and familypp ,,, l1.r.lln"Ir' l':nrlTrJplrl) Allofyhe'h
Mrs Gracie: ultes.iwwr' -.... eA-graekMt..of. .OIt.. -AvhrtlerteaupportEquipment 1"(SB W.dn..d.y.ftarnoon.Mumj.jtf\i !'I1 ii .I..tIJ M"indlM"' 'IIC!" mf lwe }Saturdayai'thaeK1a : -'" ""'JlJvcod. "If lIlIklllll wlthho; :cti"r4rDrlfellyotnSundnj'"r 't ,
Electrician's Course. Mr. Manuel Stephens -of sSrkel 5 Dobbe.'oil" :f' 4 :.w M'' .;"reJl.hrr.: ,; ;<. P' .. p
the nine-week returned home Friday from Norfolk, z r 'L "
During at the
course Ronnie Mosley, David Padgett, .'."
,. ,
Naval Air Technical Training Center Va. We are happy to report that Mrs. = .: :

FLORIDA Millington, Tenn., students receivedinstruction Eva Stephens' condition Isn't .." ************** Community News *************'l. .
on the operation of automotive serious as the doctor thought It wouldbe.
THEATRECall electrical systems, power However, she will be In the

generating equipment and air conditioning hospital for thirty days. by Elliabrthtt. Walker First Born Church III The Living MeelinM II nd l Hil>li' ('Iil'm. !Sniuliiv
A Walnut In addition Mrs. Jennie Lou Green of HiUlard
systems. they
Rod The Jacksonville District "Jo '
: II
> Phone 964-M83 : School9'lu: lI.m.llIrnllll{ Worship
Starke 964-5491 studied preventive maintenance visited her grandmother Mrs. Alma Night" will be held at Starke F.B.Con a m. liible Study ;5 |I' ni ('..muuunon
---------------
procedures and troubleshooting Anders,on Friday afternoon. Her son, Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S.i The July 8. ut 8 p.m. Saturday I Is Joy service pm The ("pulls, li, i intiled'
home with her
returned after
Fit Thru Tues. techniques. Donald, regular meeting of Dell Chapter 168 Night. Come one. Come all. and bra Greater .Mien ( hiipel \.M.K..;
Johnson joined the Marine Corps in spending a week with his grand- "
wilt be held Thursday. July 13, at 7 have "Joy, Church: : Sunday Sihrnil |lit .Awns
THE; July 1977. mother. pm.: All members are asked to be Tuesday 7-45: p.m. Prayer Service. Morning Worship II II m'. \\lth..IIII'( ;::

DOLLAR ..... present. Friday 7'4p.m.: Tarrying Services Young Adult (lioir nerving ,
WON[ - --- --- -- --- --- -- .
Sunday School ID:)0) ) a m Morning!! The Olstncl ( \'I1II"n( .t| SU'\lIIIt' (!
1 Worship 11 '3li u.m. YPCW 6 p.m Schooh.llin. (hrlsM.in 11'1I"hii., .
CHURCH ACTIVITIES: Evening Worship 7-45: p.m Laymen :Senior +,ud nanoS PREFERRED BY SO MANYA IMeananl (.irote l'nlt.dIt'thoolsl: nl llu \\<',1.11'' kiiiiHi
Greater Bethlehem Freewill Church: Young Adult Choir rehearse District\ l F.iM: i I Florid o''i n'yn>nw
Baptist Church: Each Monday at( 7:30: every first and second :Monday' at 1 .lfncon'ileth..l: .. ,, '-l F.! pi-i)I I'NI| | i ,Inifili,
TIM CONWAY pm. The Tiny Tots rehearse. Each p.m. Young Junior Choir rehearses will ,begs) MIIH-.I\| .,1 7Mi; ) pmIhimiKh .
-----1IlI, funeral service is a most personal Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting.. every Tuesdu at 7 p.m. Wl'dnPHduv"p.m. : Frill> July 1)). 12. U. H
c- expression of tribute. It should be planned Wednesday at 8 p.m. the All Male Prayer Meeting. Thursday; HibleStudy Fountain Oi.ipel ,\M: K: Church. 7)7:) ;
according to individual wishes. That is why we Chorus rehearses. Thursday at 7:30: Sunday School I 1(1( a.m. Jessie Street. ,Juck.soiuUle.' All
pm. Story Hour. Senior Choir rehearses :Ml.Ion \\U:: : ('hurt:h: Choir No.: members are invited to l'ln'a.1, :'
at DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home go to great at 7:30: p.m. Friday. Junior I rehearses each Tuesday' ut H p.m. with all activities I the ihuril).
301 DRIVE IN lengths to assure complete freedom of selec Choir rehearses at 6:30. Also the Sunday School 10 a.rn.Iornlnl: ( llruilforil (' PIIII| llruiuh \\( 1'1|
301 South tion. Selections are made in privacy and with Deaconess Board will sell pies from Worship II a.m. Lovcfeast 4 p.m. :Next.: l t monthly' ineellny! will be July ;ill!i;
( full information. That is another reason that the kitchen. Saturday dinners will be Communion Service. ul Freewill l iittisI' ) t ('hurch ut T: 'I"
Starke _964.7484FRI'SAT .. sold from the kitchen. Sunday School Antioch :\linlonar llupli pm. All tncmliers and irilcrcMiiIcitiens
---
------ --- for that 65 families have
( more years so many 9:30 a.m., Morning Worship 11 a.m. Church: Thursday 7pm. I'ra'er are invited to attend
.. preferred the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral !Home.OeWitt Dinner will be served 12:30.: Evening Service. Saturday 7pm. Union Choir Plans are In the making for the
Worship 8 p.m. rehearses. Sunday School 10 a.m. The annual biinciiol| August :JK.! V\e are
... The annual Revival will begin July Choir will sing at Starke Nursing asking! I the cooperation of the citizens
10 21. The Evangelist Willie Home at 2 p.m. Evening Worship 6 of Bradford County
C. Jones Benton Futr.h: Hampton Is In charge. The public Is The :Vtt'nll-TtMin family Iteunion
r Harold Johnson Invited to attend. pm.Ml.. Morlah United Methodist, was held the weekend: nl July I unrl :!.
Church: Choir No. 2 will meet 1978 at the home e.fIr: and ;Mr.
TheChurcbOfGod In Christ: Each Wednesday 7pm. for Bible Study anda Albert Tyson Sr. '''
!rrlrIr DeWitt C.JonesFuneral Tuesday 7 p.m. Bible Band. Friday 7 "Get together" Sunday School 9:30: ,\Approximately I ,) out of tore\)Ii)
p.m. Prayer and Pastoral Teaching. a.m. Services will terminate for the guests attended: ;Mrs Annie TV son'
Home Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Morning day. family. Daytnna Bl'uchIr.: : .. Gloria
Worship 11:30: a.m. with the Elder Free Canaan True Church of God Tyson family: ..J'nklnlC.lilrlmld.: .
.Slake Keystone Has D.R. Williams In charge Evening In Christ: Each Monday at'7:30: p.m. Mr and !Mrs Clint Kelly. Cocoa.: "'Iii.:'
9 .-. 200 .13.31711 Worship 6 p.m.Ebenezer Prayer Band. Each Wednesday 7:30: Mrs. Helen T>non l'Itt.s. und family.,
11I- p.m. Tarrying Service. Sunday School Cocoa. Kl.i: III'IIar: \ B., T* oij..
:- Baptist Church: Each 10 a.m., Morning Worship I U I a m.. Walker. Tllu villc' :Mr.: urij. i SIrsFLeroy ,
'
Tuesday a p.m.Bible Study.Thursday Evening Worship 7 p.m. T>son Cocoa"
PLUS. 6:30 prayer Meeting. Sunday School New Bethel Baptist ('hurchlSaturday ) The :McCall family reunion illululllh'
9:30: a.m. Regular services will be 6 p.m. Choir No. 1 will rehearse held in "(Ilk c'"u'nlThi!! \oar
I Earn Your High SchoolDIPLOMA held next Sunday. Wednesday 7:30: Prayer it was held ;af the home of the oldest
.doh- ch'I Pleasant c; rclve. The I mml'rliull'family
REVIVAL JuIJ9.IS of Albert) ) Tyson Mere Invited
along with many clone friends.St. .
John :Missionary Huptivl
Church. Lawtey. : Sunday School to
Pine Valley Congretional Church a.m. each Sunday. Morning Service I I
By Taking The G.E.D.. Tests / a.m. and 3 p.m. each second and
--------------- ,.. fourth Sunday Prayer Band each

Sun. Mon.Tues.YOUNGBLOOD. Applications For The GEDAre, Being a 7:30: NightlyLocated 6pm Monday. at Prayer noon Each Service Wednesday Choir at

3 Ml. N. Of Starke Down Dirt Road rehearsal each Saturday before
Taken At The Bradford Union Area church' services: V !Isitors are alwayii'wt'lcoml

By Bradford Furniture.Evan'g !'.
Vocational Technical Center The Sunday School enjoyed a picnic:
LAW1tlIc1-saTon 1Acou n llst For Sick and swim at Butler Beach at St. '
Prayer Augustine Saturday. June 24, olong"with
"to011o11000w.y
c J.D Sosbee Jr. the Raiford Church. ,
nyuGDttt The Deadline Is July 17,1878 NightlySpecial Women's Day will be held In'Julyr:
,., UI WOODS General Evangelist All women are asked to keep this! In r
M AMFMrAN nnpMINMW Ai.V Singing mind and work for success Rev.
Call 964-6156 Fer Information Of Congregational '
William Huffman pastor.
Holiness Church. Nightly Death;: Mr John Western of IK* .
.. Examinations Are ScheduledJuly E. Estelle Street died! June 2.. in the'.
V.A. Hospital In Gainesville after'au

Special Dedication Service lingering illness, ., 1*
MONfilY 24 & 25 From 1:00: P.M. 10:00: P.M. Funeral services will be held't
16 tho at 11 a at Calvary"1Baptist
Sunday July Saturday.July 8. m.
,
July 26 & 27 From 6QO: P.M.10:00: P.M. Church: with ReV. A.'Jenkins': ,;;'
: With DiRer On The Crowds officiating./ Chestnut 'and' Ita lie "

PG July 28th From 9:00: A.M. 12:00: Noon \ David Hodges, Pastor arrangementll.July6.197a Funeral Home. was irt charge'of t'


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. HAMPTON! AREA NEWS LUGALS /lIfII.lI01I1I1 Waltn Keyatono Urea HdssHF.I I

pending In the Circuit/ Court f lfE. ib N1 /t3SISIIN 1!! IL6Ylty
Bradford ..___. ._ __ _
wj ovruiurve ir.trng Florida, Probate Work .u. -
family from Tampa spent the County Ovtoton the *Bulldozer .IU>tt ..... ,.au..... LAND FOR SALE Key
Phone 488-1113 Independence holiday weekend with address of whMv to Brndforcf'County LMgt or Small {early. ...'''1,, er weekly.. MM 11.,....., Nke, tree e*
BAKE SALE her mother Mr*.Vlolla Lef ebvre,and CourthouM, N. Temple AwrSe 6tarke. r f BR, .111...... feraiebad.lelydlng see I. ia .... tram la
Mr and Mrs Henry Spell and Florida 32091. The parsonal rupreientatrve Land Fill MlUHIeiAl tear I'.IUOO eighbwheed, .. ... ke....
The Concerned '
Citizens of
Hamptonwill ...,...
of this estate H HAROLD A. WILT i'r f Son kit permit' Mobile. ,
hold a Bake Sale Saturday July 8, Stephen. JR..who. *ir* sie CJO.J.J.woW *PondstfVILBUR k.'.... IUI./aU Rod**. .hem red soars everleek& a
from 9:30 a.m. to S p.m. In the Wlnn- Jr., P.O. Bole 1088. 473.1111tlrk.. .kit. .. Prlmd I. **B with'
Dixie Parking Lot In Hampton. HAMPTON LAKE 32091./ The j name anti Sttrlw ponds WATERS terms treat 1200..... I* 140
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Martin have for the Mo*** of the "' --------- per ....... Con..>nlil
.,
attorney personal .,
BOOKMOBILEThe returned to their home In New Philadelphia. raprwantatlv FOR RALBi KejeteaeHtlckts IreeUce .. !MR-SI 'available.Owner .
are alt forth below, eeo W Madison St SfarkeOfTMiM
Bradford County Bookmobile .Ohio after a week's visit with I Jl sere tracts I.Whit. I.. 471M37B. 3/30 U/che
.
makes regular stops at the Poat Office Mr. and Mrs. George Simpson. While AM potion having claims" or demands PJlBl>gBJB*> B*>J""a PJ, ." arired.Oak Owner Rldie.fluitred.Phaae ReawaMy BALEtr'. { a.rr, 5
I each Tuesday from 12:30: until 2:30,: visiting they all spent some time at against the aatats an required, within 47J-22M er /73.1753en3 earlneet 4welll.(,
p.m. All age groups are Invited to Daytona Beach. Their daughter THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF TRIEST MINI Wall 4tckf' 7 18 Lswre.ce Blvd 3 tttjr late, ..
make selections or requests for bookson Vickie is staying here for an extended THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS .....n Drilling!:!' I W 100*. STI.OOO. Nor wry
visit STORAGENOW Meek, I3JMO. I.....-. ,
any subject. NOTICE, to fie with alas dark of the si
Miss Jolene Kirvin Is spending two court written statement of any claim or OPEN 2"thru 6" Dykes Nerary. 473-4322.
CONDOLENCE weeks with her friend. Cassia demand they may'have. Each claim must Fast RotaryDrili'lng .122 Jlpd 7/1

Sympathy Is extended to the family Riddick. They have been enjoying be In writing and must Indicate the bails Spice Available CASH-F17R= GOLUn: .-
I and friends of John H. Parker who swimming and skiing at the lake with for the claim the rams and address of 10x1228) < died at the age of 93 recently in their family and friends. the orBdHor or his agent or attomav and > dental (..... N il. vkll ye.aywhere. .
Waycross.Ga. Mr. Parker owned and D.J. Riddick visited the Wlldwater the amount claimed. If the claim: Is not 10x24) 5CM/mo.. STATE LICENSED Phaae Mr.
operated a grocery store In Hamptonfor Attraction In Daytona last week with yet due, the data whan ft will I become l ...... ... 308 S Thompson St. R'ta.' .., .475-1089..' -'- ,tie
many years. He Is remembered as the Andy Selckel family of Gaines- due ahall be ftatad. IT the claim I* FOR INFORMATION : Purnpn! < 994-5808 tf/rkf '
a friendly, ambitious person.CONVENTION ville. contingent or unliquidated ths naturaof CONTACT: : '

Gerald Meng celebrated his 22nd the uncertainty hall be atatad. It the THOMAS REALTY i New & UsedSalesPartsService Cash & Carry (:rrt.s+iirv1la(
birthday on June 27. dalm Is secured the
acidly that be de-
Our Hampton Postmistress Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald! Brown, ST., scribed. The claimant hall deliver suffl- 964-6162 Dock /trim; lrxfelr..

Mary Williams attended the Postmasters and sons, Steven, Donnie and Leslie clam copies of the claim to the dark to .
Convention at the Sheraton and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meng anddauiP.tter. enable the dart to mail ore)copy to each ,,------j E-Z TermsPlumbing Home Delivery Of
Hotel Jacksonville Beach Thursday Angela all attended a personal rapreaantatlva.AH STARKEi Fern* Heku' 14 OJVC CIlA MI'
ind Friday of last week reunion M s ta. b*.vlr weeded
family on July 2 at St.
t Cylinder &
I let*. kl..h. .... dry aevedetreete Home and Building
!
Augustine at the home of Mr. and parsons Interested In the estate to .
bead .
CELEBRATIONSBill Mrs. Lloyd Arlege. They all enjoyedthe whom a copy of this Notice of I brae, e* '.. ..year y like ewe eee t Bulk Gas Materials
Fontaine was honored on delicious food Including fish fries, Administration ties been mailed are required el .. .. Call er .&aII.. New Installation -'WE BUHLD-r
Father's, Day at a party in the home of and went swimming at the beach. WITHIN THREE MONTHS t .! t Your Plant Or Ours
William Latin Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Dunn and FROM THE DATE! OF THE FIRST STARKEt 1 ....tll.1 Remodeling .
Mrs Colleen Powell Mrs. Susie daughters Laurie Kristen and PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to I ...... with 3 BR ".... end t Your Lot Or Dun .

Falcon/ and Mrs. Janet Flythe, all Melody from Ocala. enjoyed a file any objections they may have that eld .keaee entteble tor b.... t Repairs FREE ESTIMATES
enjoyed the festivities with Mr. and camping weekend at their Lake challenges the validity of tha decendents I I J 8. I te7k. Remodeling Repairs
.bll. ...
Mrs. Fontaine. They sang to the property and visited friends in the will, the qualifications of the personal representative t ) lake, .....700.t eee t urirince r loo AMP [ Additions
accompaniment of the guitar and area.Mr. ),or the venue or jurisdiction "*" "' Homes Bought
mandolin. and Mrs. Bill Meng and of the cart.J.J.WOLBERT. t KEYSTONE"! airs t
Mrs.Josephine Fontaine celebrated daughter Dana visited his parents, .. ... Inseev lejpep$6,630. PUMPS, Sold -,Traded. ;t .
& SUPPLY :
her June 24 birthday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul)Meng! .!and family,.. JR.: ESQUIREi.ATTORNEY "t. ,lev.::' '. ., ;: :'1t .; .. !: 300 AMP ACREAGE'IonSALE 1':";" ,.
William Lahn. She was presented with over the' weekend. FOR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE --_ COMPANYI
an orchid corsage. Mrs. Evelyn Mr. and Mrs. AI Kumanchik of .*, t A Jl.PATH;;BROKER I It
Vaughan and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Miami were weekend guests at the P.O. Box 1066< 1 Keyeteee Ilelf hi*.Fl. 869 N. Temple Ave. --

Falcon were also present at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng. Starke Florida. 32061 ;,'. t Office HomeI7JM61 t Starke Fla. 964-6853
birthday dinner along with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng 473-203D I Highway 301 South
Fontaine. Josephine appreciated the returned last Monday after one HAROLD R. WILT JR. 964-7061 Starke
decorated cake, greetings and gifts week's visit with his mother Mrs. PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE --------

received that day Freda Meng and other relatives in 6/22 4tchg 7/13 T i l". ?
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Fitzpatrick and Toledo, Genoa and Huron Ohio. ......

k's ..... On sale Thursday
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Legals ----------- sea-
. 64 w=t SSaw= 1A1IEAGLE1National I Friday A Saturday! I

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE triyt pent
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND

AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. _
-

Re: The matter CIVILACTIONIn of the Adoption/ of: IN CASE RE: NO.The Marriage 78-223CA of HOMER CLYDE

t vs.Defendant KENNETH JOSEPH GORDON, Plaintiff and COOK, Husband Brand Sale!

I .. LaVERNE STEPHENS COOK. Wife.


NOTICE NO PROPERTYTo OF SUIT 1000: HOMER Glenwood NOTICE CLYDE Drive.OF COOk.ACTIONTo The names you know and trust at savings of up to 45'


:J.T. PLEMONS Address Unknown. Apt. O-7
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an West Monroe Louisiana A

action for Adoption of Kenneth Joeeph I ewn.wacvn '. ,
Remona has been filed against you J.T. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a W DICKIES WORK
Plemons and you are required to serve a Petition of Dissolution of Marriage has PANTS FOR MENI

copy of your written defenses If any to been filed against you and that you are manu.. I. .
it. on the plaintiff's attorney whose required to serve t copy of your aa a r
name and address Is Response or Pleading to the Petition NEW' 7. 9 4 r1
'
George H. Pierce upon the Petitioner's attorney Paul D. ,twaRas.x
P.O. Drawer 1030( Newell. Post Office 654.! Keystone rCalaapdralr

Stark,. Florida, 32091 Heights, Florida 32666, and file the i i -d L7 bi asiS-......blood.. M r
original Response or Pleading In the -, -..... -
and file the original with the clerk of the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court 1 _.. In _'.pe.t.a. =

--above'styled court on or before July 24. on or before the 10th day of Jury A.D., Alffe'pLuaiWHITE ,. M d.atan a L,
T9rerotHeVMaa'Y! Judgement may be 1978. I IT you fall to do a. a Default Judgment .... DRESS SHIRTS
entered against you for the relief demanded win be taken against/ you for the .
In the complaint or petition. relief demanded In the Petition. OI.-n rdiltccmt 3.66 SAVIFrO"

WITNESS my hand and the seal of the DATED at Keystone Heights/ Day II"VI'4'%- j."q QQ lJAVt 11,00 Crisp polyaM/eallen, .hart MINI WORK SHIRTS '
said Court on June 16. 1978. County. Florida this 9th day of June aleevee.Men's sills MVi-17.
UQHT1R 15x31" VINYL BOAT M IBS. DRY CHLORINB
Gilbert S. WI'"
Brown As Clerk of said Court A.D., 1978. 4 44
By: Marian McRae, As Deputy dark. wjapr9e97 WAMSPOSABtl
6/22 4tchg 7/13 CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT 2i1 34.88 I r.n.w.Wnartrraetdra, r

By: Virginia f. Derby a...- -,d.-_ -r r. show hake.nylon..hl7 II", gra.dpoemul.,_ wan-.t.XL.
-- 6/15 4tcng 7/6 ,.Names.apps k.rtyl raps......bandy,.....,lilt. pal color aisle b asttarylAYEl ,

-- r l
/" N'I' it
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH s
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN '
GAP 111 d SAVC13*
Philip A.Savill has made application to rMN'SMEN -
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
the Bradford County Zoning Board for :2ExroS1RES r CASUALS ,
CIVIL ACTION
reclasSIfication of the property described
below from EA to MS two\ acres of parcel CASE NO.78-148 970wu An.adMM \olP/ ,'- ,.
5148 located 1 1/2 miles South of $ k
Was nyton, whit.. blak ar 1
MICHAEL WOODROW
far
Hampton on the loft of Hwy 325 in CALLAN ? brown,7-12 Same Wr. a.
Section,TOINnship South, Range 22 Plaintiff .__
w.

East.This change in classification la subject CLARA RIFE CALLAN, Defendant FLIP

to a public hearing to be held on r
Tuesday July 25. 1978 at 7:30: p.m., In NOTICE OF SUIT FLASHES
the County Commission Room in the NO PROPERTYTo :::7.96
Bradford County Courthouse. At this : Clara Rife Col Ian, 211 Jordan Drive, adz
Smithfield Virginia, 23430 praM1p bh.Md sass a N Me.tiell. pe*. eeMtruellOT,ee-
time all persons Interested shall be heard war 1e..PMPod..Iquail stn. _eoMrful deetgrw. '
for or against the propos as specified YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFED that an vs.UPLUsr YALt PLUS!
in the Zoning Code of Bradford County. action for Dissolution of Marriage has ALUPUI91 TERRY POLO SHIRTS TERRY TENNIS HATS
ME
Jerome Johns Chairman been filed against you end you are required OJU3TABUE 'S..
a3.96 &
1.87
Bradford County Zoning/ Board to serve a copy of your written SWIM

Itpd 7/8 defenses If any to It, on the plaintiff's OOOaLES BM VALUE PLU9/ sty'. sNot irwls, ecel sNee tiV lap "e.r.rr
attorney whose name and address Is /' eeet eeMee.Men's S to XL. lyhe M ms w.a.r,.

George H. Pierce. PIERCE & HARDY, r /..teaSASKETBALL SHOES
P.A., P.O. Drawer 1000( ,Starke Florida, d.cvRres AL L Si PERS
-- ola.
32091,and file the OI'lglnlllMth! the clerk / 3 8 A POLY KNIT TOP MAKER
of the above styled court: on or before WALK .14 OUNCE
NOTICE July 17th. 1978: otherwise a judgementmay aiw.p'I SHORTS DENIM
be entered against you for the relief AYE16% IN SOLID JEANS
demanded In the complaint: or petition. COLORS' FOR BOYS.
Constantino Kopelousos. has made 2-PK.SVBATTERIIS OUTBOARD MOTOR OIL lox 1 / SIZES
MEN'S 30-4 S-1S
WITNESS hand and the seal of
application my
to the Bradford aiM
County WAS
Zoning Board for reclassification of the said Court on June 9, 1978. i 99C .1.1.47 4.88 I" 4.96 v.44P
Gilbert S. Brown
property described below from R1A to __ le.r.sy gaaly, Pw as b !area a. kas. lOtSC.I PMCa wlR jar
BR311. Oe acre located East of Starkeon As Clerk of said: Court toe ttppar.r.n.aPaotayla.d.dlI5e/ rt aaa M1Ca 1,
the South side of St. Rd.230 at Inter. Ads: SAVKVPTOW* I
section with St. Rd. 230A in Section 34 Deputy Clerk VALUE PLU81 S-PK.MEN'S

I Township\/ 8 South Range 22 East 6/15 4tchg 76NOTICE LEATHER GOLDEN FRUIT- ;r YA U K 7
parcel 4488 for business, property. -- a SAVE 1.OQ OPTHELOOMTSHIRTS BorsaysANGLp1
This change in classification is OF INTENTIONTO
subject
KNIT {HIRTLLAR +
to a public hearing to be held on Tues- REGISTER MEN'S WORK SHOES it CO 0RwaMla.

day, July 25, 1978 at 7:30: p.m.. In the FICTITIOUS NAME 4.53
County Commission Room in the Bradford Purusant to Section 865.09, Florida/ SOLIDS ORt7ta !
County Courthouse. At this time all Statutes notice la hereby given that the C MMCa O.Ny.p Slit .e..wlsaan BRMFS PATTERNS ,
I persons Interested shall be heard for or undersigned toile and Doyle Griffis KoverCAYEItk ....ap..h.,rata,br a 4.23 t, '

against the proposal, as specified In the P.O. Box 602. Stark. Florida, 32091, r t& 1 :,
Zoning Code of NYLON 0'eorrsan wsra er asa PRICSt .
Bradford County. doing business under the firm name of 24"a17" > 1
Jerome Johns, Chairman CIRCLE C. RANCH" P.O. Box 602. Yr11UWKUSI CAMPERS'
Bradford County Zoning Board Starke. Bradford County Flair 32081. SO-DAY FLEA COLLAR IiL1d17CK tII/YL RUCKSACK r 1,
sAve too
Itpd 7/6 Intends to register said fictitious name oasc. pfl dry 3 $1 f'' b' 'c
under the provision of aforesaid statute paicS S a 2.88 2P1CCEJR.SWIMSUITS/ .
-- Gtorida and Doyle Griffis owners. KSk. Saea,aWe la Sek imml Pret.as sad J..as S Pw tsp ..
... .....- Neakt5C PPM.15" ASST.
Dated this 22nd day of June A.O. v"LVlnUSr PRINTS, r
NOTICE 1978. .. Starka. Florida.
Edna G.-Stuoer has made application 6/22 4tchg 7/13 N =HiCK MO TENNIS SNEAKERS SIZES t-IS 4

to the Bradford County Zoning Board for -- _____ SUPERNTWINSLADE IN.C. 6.88 t S
raclasaification of the property described THE Mac! 5.88
IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD I RAZOR aaRa1MI r
below from OR to BR 311 COUNTY FLORIDA SPECIAL! TrhNaM g wspNd.d ..aw,
Approximately 1.5 acres out of parcel! PROBATE DIVISION .sake .aa,waaaY$ to j
OB57,4 112 roles South of Stark on the I wz: 0 VAiueptuiiMEN'S
West side of Hwy 301 In Section 24 FIle No. 77-B07-CP ;;::.

Township 7 South Range 21. East bretail R.(lYr ... WHITE VALUE PLUS! ,
I ... and service IN RE: The Estate of HAROLD R.,WILT. 12LOZZ.: .MAALO N I COTTON SOCKS/STRIPE CREW r STYLES
this change In classification Is IIW.. BAIT 111"
subject Deceased VALwnlMl SUSPENSION, TRIM, 10-13 lC MAKERLADIES'
to a public hearing d be held on s.tUgPf.tWVmYLLUOOAOISET WORLD'SPMSTCHOtCE ; SHORT M.EVB TOPS I
Tuesday' July 25. 1978 at 7:30: p.m.. In NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO ANT -.ACHlPftAy ." sU I BRAS INX2A40C
t
the County Commission Room In the ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMSOR -- III -S. 1.97 ANTACIO ::::: sac. 1 .= 2 05> '
Bradford County Courthouse. At this DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE tP...;;..,M. f7"--4IIt ParCa 1 0 9 ... 'v fa.3 .
time all parsons Interested shall" be h heard ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS :=: w-1..e.::!. SUM rasT.... tsasw -c.# V 0.."._...... ..... ..
'' DMarMCSI .
<0':0 nae
for or against the proposal as specified INTERESTED IN SAID ESTATE: .......rw.t r wa...... .l.iimalaaeSJU.fteg. 4

In the Zoning Coda of Bradford County. I 0.'..J..I "'l'tE' .CONvtNU; ,." I 31"W MadisOH'' a. 1 Jerome
Johns, Chairman YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the Mu. u.-'qUN' s'' ( <. CIGARETTE %. I'lu.
Bradford County Zoning Board administration of the estate of HAROLDR. rie 1k PRICES $5 553tP'u' 54'$ PJu .
"T.II
.Itpd 7/6 '.1. WILT fie Number 77-607-CP ere .C11"








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SIGN PAINTING. Foal
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1 I ; mm.i I : M.day _......8.* Rudy at CWIq '

Minimum chare $2.90.' .: :: ,, :; ,!: 'W'i'. : :tlIIJttIVC'KJJ: :lhvr: E : ; ': tO.tf\ 'Waldo S.t.....Floe,. 8.......ket..,. Moa4ay.IM Friday,. IsI H

(Covers .. ... 00' I
.. . .. .. .q" 4tpd 7117RABBtTN .R.fALTY:
,,1M"ward over.. if .. ".. ..H ., P
TWO BEDROOM CoacraUblock : SERVICE STATION aid.galp..t FOR BALE OR TRADE. BULLDOZER WORE
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i ;1. 11* POR-BALE: : {
e II cent ...., wt-la ........., lor sale ... root 1967 Font V... ... 9551lie. '. 0 dmor, budclwrbvM4 ... TWO ROOM ...letoly J.. r
Hot ponlble forrraro ...... nma. W/W ear..', by ow..r. ,..... 9.4-. lS3. .Oldo............ 1.a.. .......* '*_ H4UM toralomd] aMrtaioojti oJo Mat Ml* bredere. FboM9447ITJ. '
wtwn given| .. 7I7W. Cell $L, Stark. itpd 74 ... ra.- ......... Ihabg Jl..y ...rtIe. ./!} k.ook.*flc. .r....*. "/* tlekgGARAGE ,'II' HONK 9.4.777ft20SM.

., ." tM.phoss aw: .r.. ,... M4-87. or ....,eel. '7* 94ab4j fI1, Uodorwood Maul 4 .. 'SAtti FridaySetttrdoy .TEMPLE'! :
I.of hINd ocopy 74 ...... T17(5M I ; ; ''L North.US41.1151tebg h. m STARK..I'LORIDACoc.i.
741 7. .. I1M
July
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DATSUN niPa""ii1i.) '" ,
.y' h.IM,4dfia. illiiiliiNOW ,; Pl Bradford Hit. .. T8f'WI.....' i'f'; :
8U Saratoga ;
and"ycMBU PAINTINGS Fist. ...
-----... DOWN __I .1 I 965 .....7524304.M/shg SIGN
,." ol....16 I2s7Stbro -.. .. ".P' .' -- dy .......... BM. Bud* *tBILL'S TRMLEROTR'ECN?, ltpd '/6 -( Lucille Connor tmrf.; ,4'
bcdrc.. 1 bilk W.I. rIM M....'. Friday, Completely ..nl..... ABSOLUTE ." ."
..... boo.. ,.... (4. *. TAKING APPLICA, 197J LUV TRUCK t $501.Eat ........,1.8....,. M....,. P... .......111. a/15 .4tH AUCflONlSet I Attoctat. *J' ;'1. r
.. 7002. llpd lit TIONS l*. oiperlootted ... .... 9644045.. Altar 5 711 4t" 7111 ,... .Jaly a, 1 ,...Hick. **? i444420. ". ._ r1VICUNlvt
..... Apply M pereea. at .... l pd 7/6 301 a* Hwy. to .......*. .
.., ,. ... .. ... .. t/ WE- D'' toS
Holiday" lea, .......ke. ItcbfW MAKE Hawthorne. "T1 lateraa.tlooal
MOBILE HO"f''iiiO; RESERVATIONSew N
[ "i1GOOD S4mSJ \ ,
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SBOPi C. .
; SAW "' ,Ie..-.,. 1944 Cbevy
.. .. ISO
....Ity sad ...... ( toM ........bi>' Mrtrtec. for as vocetl. ,.....-.,.16 f.. flatbed ". .., OU'l'w Ir4 HOMESTO$1U.TERWILLIGAR .
... MZ /.oitkly II1IMIIIIIGIVE.r r 1 : e* Kk (..' ...... .... I ,,,
,.yci.otc. .. .
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dr ihw. .. ?*" 5334166. l/M tH It, flatbed treUer IOa5S I I 'tOoJ.. 1Ot
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,... M4407t. der S f.m.BLOCK ....... BMIWW. btoda kIUwgnud .. &lIe" ....t..ller. 68 blip REALTY
.A> $tpd TA POSITION AVAILABLE .._ ... ------- Io( IS ""I*
PRICES PAID Fir Irlnh sad L.... ,...k. S track playere, :
AWAY pour
.... ...... Maas U r.st A. _....., with b...1.. tab S y..a.M. Groal .... as !...... BidUta S."h;. NEW BEDROOM D...lea. ..........,'......tote,Delbyorotea 'esT Tta I WHEN YOU AR I.
.... to or .or.. HOME wttb I Bd.ra.a,2bah.wkh ,...re.. Typlae; and Alee,, I..... Ayes _I. ......*>r .,.- H..(.... ........._. *U... WWcarpet. ........ .! electrical ..
MOBILE ..... .atbo.allal .k tli. .
IS cWldrecj.1150Montk.
OLDTS BOMB ... M pet or .... air
... ._.'leL ,. deal Need pad ...... PI.. !Y! L--54-- ... .n I
BALES $...... 0,.. 1 .. Carpet, CH/A. .Ability 6I".. 76BABYSITTING Pb 9644MWor .attre*.**, oewt, drill,
day. weekly.. u/et1- ,.. 7824S77. 5/IS U/ _rt...., aod .....LI..I, 11+ Itpd BRADFORD SEPTIC 964-6082.ttpd 713 belt, Bate ......., dollarehaagcr '
with ,....... M.073.60 yearly. '" "" TANK SERVICEl Bradford electric clothe PREFERRED PROPEMTIKSi

TWOHOU8ES. w J 1/4 8.... rea_e tei SREC:, \l.E SO 1 'i. ; ...... ... paatp-aati, (40.aaef 12.60 MOBILE HOME. dryer." sowing, .......... 0

WANTED TO B\JY.I. or .4R .era.. Woot MdlM. St., I....P.O.. Boa 76. L..>. Oak :I iti : C_....... .ladaetrlel.fcee GrUlleB816., L..,. ,... 964- .&e..... ......., ....copy TV LOCATION LOCATION. LOCATION Or***

koMo with 16 ..20 acreaI Surko. Owacr J.M. 12060.. 76COUPLE CleeUm .....71278.llck .\\SERtlCh. Fully Ico..44. ? 9648121' U. 74KITCHENETTES. aod CB ..._...., Backeteetc. Investment opportunity, noar Holiday .Inn A B..t

l*... C:..,... Carl Edwordi. ... SIB 8t. rko. tlckgREMODELING. bead) .....,T Ve, plat, Sleshrn .
Weoeen. Rt. 1. ... 240. PkoM 964-537 6/1S 4tpd ---- WANTED 1 BR pint recover'laieeirepk "
A......, ... D.... Motel., 1.11 .. .y ..... 1014 W, Pratt : .:.', apt. TV, AC otlHtie. ... ...hi.., truck. tI..., CIIlIA.LAKE
Stark.a/I94tck 7/JO .. ..1..... to ....., Itpd 755DAYCARE BUILDINU,,ead .. .1... ....... Tetaly hralbd. .....rl..., tUer .boiler BESSENT ROAD. 1J26 3 or 4 BR. SB., .
$ -- work ea egg 'breeder fora New .lte...... bathe, say ....1', .....1' ...... perta-petty air .'."'_', GEN EVA., Ettota with .org...ui"towtl.

TWO B.ldwl NEW ...HOMES..... I. 8eath .. JochioavUBo.. Live : LI.*....., r..... Brink .1..., Ted pi. Motol. ISO N. .,..,..., olectrlcal aedballdlag for 5 King.

ANTED MebBo .... !..or 3 ...., waS. U Sbatki. .. lano, M '."lid.... Write ..........1. Held trip,. ....r.'.. Fireplace T....., Surko. Phoow 9647357. ..p,..., 30 eaoea olwallboard TWO STORY ON ACREi 40* N. Wikiut 'list,

ales sad ,....Wll pink up.OUNB wall e..,.,. ra CH/A ItiilM C*. Kaewlee, ... 8. Boa 8.Ja plcolt. .... Hear, day, apaclallali.. ,.GelIllsC..an.tks 6/Z2 4lpd. 7/13 aoIh....... pellet, location Nice fruit hoes A 6hruk ;
..... .. ......1.. 6/W : pkeae 47J. .... .....
MOBILE HOME .lot., city cow.*;. ..d ..ter. ., 32224. Pkeae 2484541.. .L' 2108 .. .473-2578. 1F/,,'. eterage caeee CYPRESS EARLY AMERICAN' Extraordinary
SALES. 9644606. 0,.. 7 OM brkk. .... CM w..d.Ph. 6/29 2tcfcg ,/. It" !,. ... sad hundred el ether ltewe.llpd 400V homo plus office,... ..*.1 acres,2 years oM..
..". a week tf/cke; ... .4733623.2S DOZER WORK. I..' or ------- 'FOR .SHE : 74HATCHING KINGSLEY LAKE 76' on water a.R.I. f

.. Tr/ckg krf. j..... R A R L..... ALCOHOLICS .largo dock."'011 water-2 attractive homo
.......,. P... .....,.ZS. ANONYMOUSi Pkea. 9646894 EGGS! T wild..
i DUPLEX FOR SALElCpoonoa ;MOfO'ItCY I U$:, : IBStpd 7BMOWINGi / or ......582. tf/e., SOI AUCTION Noctk el turkey (111.1155.N) wkllegalMe SLEEPERS RIGHT UNDER' YOUR NOSEi
....... .. -$14 S. Epponon. 4 Aptt. A House 117
I S,..... 910 It. Starko. E..ry; Friday 7JO ..J.M. E. ,
( FURNITUREREFINISHING TRACTOR WORKi Large .. .. ... .. 6/13 7 At Wottmoroland. 142.500'
...1. !. cock ...H. Large aid ...allauai. e.ai. D. .et. M. 628. Stark 4tpd
: cpaco or ...11 j.... dlocleg' 1.31 .... C.aslg..l.w.loa. -7000' CB Bkto.on ....wn....for .lase or.....
CH/'. I3S.OOO P... 9647J74 .. Call Scot Clark. keek....... Ph.. -- ---------
( ----- lor ha/.. 5/4 ,"chg 1977 YAMAHA 150 Eadoro, ,.. .. 4481570,1111" & /..( II.aMwIag.. Mrtlav ....1130. ... Udder ... NANCY'S AUCTION -Apt. Bldg. fully rontod 3 1N tax bonofltt.Sloro .
Free E...... 1400 .1... ROO. 1016 W. 7/13 .......cat. 7/6 4tpd 7/27 HOUSE. Waldo, red hero, A living quarters, Lawtoy. 910.000.

....-.1.-.-AtreeMM.FrL Pratt Stark, after .4 .... LO8E-W"E IGHTi ....1;, aid 6/15- 6tchg PATIO' COVERS. 10."20. New Bid....d ..."......1.....'' Largo homo plus 2 separate Aptt. A cottage {{
I" Every Tlmradey ':3C '
hot with X-ll DUt PUa. '3. : 526000. ;
(179 ... .... Ll.lkdALUMINUM 6
8*... -.4i3D pa.PI..s551BI ------------ REDUCE E.*... Flaldawith : 'FOA'' 'REN.)" .et. GATOR S.......,. ,,30 p... 0234ipl LAND 40 acre, home A trailer '''.000.

Claxtlfiwl: ,.M SUZUKI STARKEi your X-'.. 63JO, free* 462a N.W, 713BUSINESS: 27 acres-noar Hampton Lake-all cleared;

I Ioooooood Ifrsult ..t........ 8axakl ......r. a....'. Dr.... Stark, 68l lltk ilL, GalM*".lllo... p... PROPERTY.C.r..r.IUS ) NOW AVAILABLE 436 W. Madison 912,900
tiring
PkeM. 9644020. 1640 South tpd 500SEWING MODERN APARTMENT, a72,7*,. .7" uchiWATSON'S -301 ... BRIMla 4BR, 28, CHAA.

W...., (1101 Seatk laBlarko. ...........1 ... ".ry e...... L....,, 1..1.. L. LITTLE LAKE SANTA FEl Lot ....500. Owner
.) tUehg1U0tf1ii MACHINES eka( carpet, ..r...., A IC. HOUSB'OF Dcrlly. P.O. ... 558. S.. financed.
-- --- REPAIRED. AR Bakes Ideal tar eae ooaplo er retired VACUUMS M.., ....... .. M.U*. Fin 320B8. */I9 ilpd HAMPTON LAKE Beautiful' hornet for beautiful

I''eI..... ...... sad ...j..... ,...... N.child.. orKta ... ......... V.., 7/8
MOplf
I | County Want Hdm\\ Work .......,.... 1-.. MO N.Tee.pl., 81..... ........ ."........ Part TWO PIT BULLftt F.H.I. LOT NEAR KINGSLEY LAKES acre well.
1'17? ,ceraet.. M..... 9644582. 6/29 2ulj aad .*..*...1.* '.r .11 ,
N a a I II .. ... Hwy 16. .lIe"L 711a.I ...... .,*..... 404 N.W 1 year .ld.. with kn>Uiw' tank pole. .
10th Av... Galoeavlll. ..p.rlM.. Ph.. M4-6M7, QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD 1021 Palm Neat
I tlI' na- -r 0Dm1L I I ..It. for Lyn.tt.. fll9 ttpdr. fenced yard.
: I - Pboaa '''.7110. ,",b. package. large
.FOR'' 'UNr.: !iiYARD JAE'( DELUXE Mobile Home near town 121,000.
I 7AIRSTREAM. '
.. .1 UTILITY BUTDIN'GS7A II ; 19/1. 3I ft.. FOUR LOTS In city limit for ".000..,
IK.ystan. .
l prewired, recep- air aadltl.ud..awing. .." REMODELED 716 Laura plenty of room to
S BR,. 1 bath, CB heoae.aboat Tel. oft ...... with M w N"GOR LOT I ... .wllcb. **. Illhi., t.atalaed.. .I...P. 4. Pk.MI733T7S. .rd.". .
5 Mile. oat .. tewa G.B... Grapefruit Eatra ..ul.., P... 490-3197.. Want Ads 1..1 .;..... fleer. tf/ck( ( < j:
with flreplac. ,CH/A 8treotk Capiul aad Urt- 6/29 ; 7/13 1 : *ad sot vp. .. HAMPTON LAKE Let ut show you the .ro.'* I
3tck -
'.... ;yard, eel .4962134day uU.. Tablet, A....... ( I avalUbla.. ap U 48 -- most beautiful hornet ''.'J ,?/.(,;.
or .4964502 ...... 6/29 Drat. 225 W. M..., Lake BEAGLE PUPPY- h'.1- -- -- -- -- -- -- s-. oaths to pay< 60 .lieiavalkbla. OVER I 1/2 ACRESrCbtrcd. LITTLE LAKE SANTA FBi Let $14,300.'Own.r

ucbg $.tkr, 6/22 6tckf 7/27 .Mike, ...k, AKC CAII WORK WANTEDi C.o... DISABLED VETERAN: N ukl .. Stabs, ..B.rmd Went* t. build.! l..a.Oa kIlinpUl .. financed. ', '
4964786. 6/22 3tek 7/6 tadeat decperately aeedcwerk. Wit.1... oat yea* gang U 9444020 or 9644021 &t/,,'. HOME wl".11' the
MOBILE Near town
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MOBILE HOME hi Lake CLARKES SAW SHOP Ca. :da Ught. typlagaad ....... .. keopv: the ..- .. SR-15, 14.200. .
BaUer,,3 BR, 1 1/2 ...ted Juak, 471.2406.tlckg BAHIA HAYt'Argealloa' ; P... 48R IMS. 6/29 Stpd 713VEUHGIS trimming ,
bath, Con piete ....,..1.. .er- .k alee aa .*......e... Iota In limit... ,' .
A/C, carpet, atllty" boa.. vice, bead, circular newer .41 ACRES VERY w>ltrea. Call .473-3370 .. klfkly .ert....... Pheao 964 ".000 Four city ? r

feaced .. yard, palla, eaU4H..7. blade. ., ekaht caw, leave at SECLUDED. Ibis I* a 473-2612. Ah far D.... 6071. i tl/cfcg
.. 7/8 Itckg (:.... Ballder'c Supply, ....., tract II yea II". ..". Itpd 7/6 ----aBLUEBERRIES. ----
Lake Batler, 6/22 3tehg 7/5 lea, ..ar..' ...... about 1 .. U-pc 110
BULK TOBACCO :jar .Be, large tr... cover tbl. BALE: -;-H..h.ld. ...,. a b.We-Pkk. 75 coat yeir5
WORK U I four
root,.........1951. ,/. ItckgS Reduce .af. aad feet with tract, .."...1 *'.1..., It_.. I... .. baby .../.... 1 a Ib. .."....er."M... thra Hedge YARD Trimming ROBfcHTS.JR.Uf The Star noarett to earth light 'away;

th MOBILE G..... Tablete E-V.p ..*.ral ".U"I.. .1..., I'" .(!.....,of Hgkt M SR. Sat. 8 axe: 740: .... .4 Lawn Raking | .R.aIEsau Bnk.rPh..00 thtf 25 trillion mile' \ "

BR. 1. "water pllle". A........* $55030p.r acre. feed ...... 100, Lake G....... July 14 .... Wect 'ol Mel... SR. Lawn Mowing /7820l51N ..,r. >.'' i' ,
HOME 1/2 aero of quiet 22& LAKE ESTA TIE .1 BR 2 B .... .. 26.1.A mU. N.rt.200A, y :" J
Drat. W. Mel.. Lab.luua B.' 4 p.-.lkW 7rr /, Parking Lageltlnl rthT..p Av S w J- qI
w..try:llvag' ao pet, hwy 6/8 .hors ea" 2 acre' Private I i.i .'..W..,. L..!(_..... y :
2:' W0..teYnM4ua, swt"f''rpoa AO tko way perfect I dr. aadard. ...., ...... _. .. .... 7' ,.-.1;" .....IS't'MATES! Ralph Bryan
SEPTIC TANK GREASE aece*., 1 .aille.. free tewa A/C. ... tb-ee, eeoacoilcel, ----.-..,--- 393 N.T_....A... Estate
RENT TbfM BB. 1I TRAP cleaaoat. eew Ha**, but yet It I I. I. Ike ..... 70O.. Cal 4714680 or .47J1210. ..1t [SUNSHINE ACRES! I .......Vie. Real

bath brick ._. hi City .. n.......... J.. Foreytk, tala. the lake. hill .. 0.1, llpd lit Pb ddrrr .....1700 $117 N.T*. A...
Lake lake call M..... 4311022. All ....1.*.. ... view. (49.500.00. .*. SUrk*.Fin
1 ..... ... ..
Real Eatato, Realtor, 496' 'Hu"let..313.L'L-! 16.500.00 r... b.1. I I BR.garage apt. ao Largo 964-6788

1978.-for Mere ..._...... CUSTOM: MADEDRAPERIESi a ..... LOOT Yellow Labrador Exxon CH I Alnplau. a' L... Very Near T. Ev.ry" -1 by 5'-SBR..I
6/16 t ./...; W* ar. hew ...'I ACRES: ...U'" ta tao retriever. Let I. Lake. Station For Lease ......1.... II sons, prNroad ...... Very .." tar... acre*. Off 8R-IS

otocklai. tot... .fabric. Fn..et..t. ....t.I.., geed. ....*., ......,. vklolty.. CkOd'f ..". --- -* '*. ......
... L... S..p...., fwd view, this' tract a* all pet. Aaawor .. Bear 75 St. Startto 3 .a. H_. .oar. ......... M_... Rd.
weeded Ideal f.. ._,.r. ..... BOO Walnut Tkrw BR. 1111 bath. LR. with of 8R43029
INSURANCE ph..., 496.2219.0/21 tf/thj-! .11. gold, ao play, avlag area urea
.. ... .. .. .
Cabin. or park your '.r ..rk...*. Call 471.2416. or DR. kite. .bll.horn..l '.." yard oall. ..w. 301 North
NEED CASH W. boy Jaak ...... Oweer Med. to Mil JackioavllU. .. collect, 772. 20000.00 Tor'28.000.90: Investment Required \ -...--- -2 BR. oo w. are.
earl.,I"k.,.sad track.Jai 15,875.00, 1875.00 ..... 1195.... Reward, llpd. ,/. l-i Paid Training/ .Wlt" bid. .. SR .11. Eaa' Nearly ... 3 BR, Brick.. Market Rd.
MAINES INSURANCE Skew, Ray Petrh. .496-2151 .**... loaa.Tk 'I Mta BMBWMMMMMMHM, --- with Mere tkaa. t Ai.... -BalUhig lot .. ''100.
AGENCYi S.Lake. A"... ./96.29.5119 tfn *..are a f..el ever 2,000litlag F.... ... I .rre ha Cain. .. M Ie. SR-230. ....*., Rd.. sadC.atey
Lake Butler, 4553976.C..pl.u *.W. have all type of HELP NEE DE Di For r or* Information, ....tr", ".,, .........1.. ----- Crab.BR .

........Service.lautedlat CARPET INSTALLATION property lleted Ireai ISOOjOO Ceeaietologleti. Fall UMC, .. Call Jax. --- Trailer Eased let. -I I kath, faaiDy.."
Eipcrleaeed In ailph. per acre aad up. Wo ..... Pert-tlBC. Call 473-2211. RD. Tedder S Aeree, North eStark., Quiet ....... ol t.... ..... Pratt .,. '
;;::.,.,:::.TiJ 1' _all tract, .. alee. kavoeevoral Just off US Ml.
.... ....1.* local. ..... Day or 473-2852, Nlgkt.lukg ----- -1 aero to 59 a.r.i.
coverage by aad .......... ...... Call.. cabin. baa***, old :904-721-0866 2 BR, t "beThT LR. DR, iovcral ...1....* for ....... .locatloaa.24 .
,.... JOE USHER RaIl.... "411-1522 alter 5 lam., ... Write er call for ....>i 8o.. with VvlBgroe. ....., 8R16Cklokoa
AGENCY .496-2126 or 496- p... free lUtlag ...oe.'.... Y.. An Equal' Opportunity employer. Ia-Oy L.... r. carport.wo A.... ....... acreage Fan, ..... Ie.D..I..I. .
$103.IiI. tea call free ./ charge bydlaKag ____ kg city; aad ale eooatyVerale .... .4BR, Sketk.
1-800-418-7421. Writ 10....,. ,...t. very off 8R-16
TELEVISION REPAIR AT er call ted.,. CHEROKEE ..*.*..... Just elf 8R-16 P.:.;944-7700 -P.... _........, US
DISCOUNT PRICES AT LAND CO., MURPHY, N.C.: .., aved. road P.OdeReg. .
JIM'S FURNITURE 455 28906. I .Real Eitat 101a BR. .... ... .kaolMi
Mela St.. Lake. Heller .496' ....1 commercial lot eaJ01 Broker reporty; US-101.

2085. 3/2 tl/ckf Rabbit--. ..n.*.. or oodrcend. Ready For'lI Eva 964.5476 -XO acree, Raf..... area.28 .

I New Z....... ....... :3BR 1.t..7. Hvlag\ ray, Pearl A......* acre*. 13R, brick.reeker. .

: RJ "IJ ($:' Bad red, CaUlorabia. .. ....r carport CB la ,......Very" Asada9417731 .
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B.. 163. L... City, FL .. M.7 828 Oldsmobile ..
Hovt em- ..KM. wrung P. 9< Ralph P.Bryan
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el Mmel ova InmelMi tooketMlOMPMMO. ead jewelryl Dealer J'" 9644162
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ManagementFurniture BEAUTY A Yeur Cem.rinad. Ineema Is Story ..... ..... dty ., ...... .., otmlty ...... ..4'J J
Family
YOUR SKIS ,. .rat SIR black ...., .., ., iyerCjWlV latlte, ..... .... work, ----- t
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this. S BR. .... M Silver CHAA oa a wooded haL. {* *.V-Ii,* V"fKfyJfaf/ Vti I"r.1 *0* BTtcod Hgkt.I
A Lab. D....'' .l>* the 613.00. '1&5 Per Week ..._.. ----- 9 Crawford, ..... lift, In. ._. Work .,
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Merchandise CHOICE 'OP' 'THE LOT '. Gall !ti Come Te $ >flJ kara aad tr.._. CHI"', ..... re4.40a86 .. r....., sad ..,... say :

Every Friday COUNTRY GENTLE. EEYSTONEi Boeatlfal 1 ----- pood oa feaced 4 1SJOS. \

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have
._. oei 20 ..... of good Only 95,000. THE HSME. ARRAXEERrl Harrij. Reg.ReelEetate 5 ..... .-..... oak*. w.- waterfroat.
AUCTION ----- I '" "'.roo' ., Broker
560.000.WORTH
bad, dIr water,.II JOO ..... .:.-- F
Every Monday ----- LISTINGS NEEDED W. Calj la Bradford Aid JCI' 6onatits. Off Ice 9644162Evealaga Cell ,*..., '>boo> 11 ,
I1t30a.m. Operatlag layer lane hi BulM f 3 BR.2 baTbTlMrlck, CH/A, c_....... B9t.,.).., taTVwgBer.wahewl :
\ die 8..... area, also .... S .........*. ...., .." balklku'
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Buyer M 95IAOO. 8..._.. :Pin* St''Crystal, ':'Latiai "'St.rli.. Fla., .964461 :r 566,555. '_ Evealaca: 9644171.

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I Pagel TELEGRAPH Julys, ItWr '
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1 Bradford ShoeOfferSummq ; t ;-" .

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Classes For Students; jiL

Held Back wj.r


Summer school classes win begin
July 10 for students in grades K-8 held
back at the end of the school year and
4n Bradford High for students who still
need to pass the state Functional ,
Literacy Test or who need credit toward f

graduation. ,pw .,r
.rnea r

Classes will be offered July 10 +aaabtwl'g .
August 11 from 30a.m.: to 11:30: a.m. ry,
Bradford Middle School Starke -w, :r". I
Elementary Southslde Elementary. r

Hampton Elementary and Lawtey a; : Aa
I v- vife
and from
Elementary 8:30: a.m. to
noon at Bradford High School.
Parents and students should contact
their individual school to register for ...t A
classes. Parenta will also need to pro
fireman John E, and volunteer Jim Buney check the craftsmanship
Ramsey vide transportation for their children
of the play house built by firemen lob,given" way September 2, along Log Cabin Home Being Built on Morgan Road
with a child" die riding fire truck.
Ticket can be gotten from any fireman or member of Starke At Bradford High all basic courses
Ladle Auxiliary for II each or call Kay Water ...-..... Donate' will be will be offered for credit If enough James Younts. hla family and Carolina pine logs and other the homes built In'Washington and the
used to help fire victim The Ladles Auxiliary also maintain. a food and students register. Only elision. for friends are building( a log cabin-like paraphenalia needed to construct a Idea appealed to him
clothing pantry. credit may be offered and at least 15 house on Younts' S.a acre home and let the buyers build their "1 like the Idea of doing the work
The drawing will be held at the fire station September S rather than July<4< a* students are needed for a class to be Morgan Road north of Starke.property on own house. myself, building our own home."
printed on the ticket offered. Student can register by The dwelling will be a The Younta work Younts recalled. "Also this home is
relatives
two-itory
calling the high school.DOT 1900 square foot building when with the help of and friends going to save us a lot of money. 1
Dr. J. to Host Revival finished and will have three bedroom who came to town Friday, June 23, estimate It'll cost us 130.000 to build
Hyman Appelman
*,, two bath, a kitchen living and have made an impressive start. the log house and a house this size
They've set Thanksgiving day ai a twice that much. The
room dining room, and fireplace would cost me
a*
'placement work
agriculture '
9-16 in Tent Brooker and physical educationCredit well as an outside porch. target date for completion of the Insulation In these log buildings is
July Big at programs The materials. project but Younts says they're ahead great too."
classes are being offered at the for the log home are of that

Dr. .Hyman Appelman] will be by -Dr. Appelman. A noon day high school In addition ot the basic Homes. The in a kit by Carolina furnishes Log When pace.asked what prompted him to Younts said the 8-11 inch logs are
company
holding a tent revival July 9. 18 at luncheon will be served each day. The courses this summer. tart such a project Younts said a the equivalent of 20 Inches of regular
7:30 p.m. each night in Brooker. seminar will begin each morning at 9 friend MOWed him pictures one of insulation.______n
There will congregational singing, am Obituaries
special music. A nursery for children
will be provided at the Brooker To begin the week there will be a
Baptist Church.A tent raising Dedication Service Ct 1
"Journey into Adventure" will be Saturday July 8, at 11 a.m. with a Irene William 71 Elam Gllaaon
Ingsplratlon and a testimony time. A Funeral services were held Sundayat ..
evening 8:30
presented every p.m. kLU
for all young people led by Dr. covered dish luncheon will be served 2:30: p.m, In the Pleasant Grove Elam GUsson. (61, of Keystone -
Appelman.Each following the service. Baptist Church In Spcedvllle,; for Heights died Thursday evening June _JJIL tiX11
morning, Monday through Irene Williams,71, who died Tuesday 29, In Clay Memorial Hospital
Friday there will be a prophetic At the age of 12. Dr. Hyman J. June 25, in the Alachua General, following a long illness.
seminar given regarding current Appelman migrated from his native Hospital of an apparent stroke. Born and raised In the Keystone
prophesies and their fulfillment, led Russia to the United States, in 1914. A native of Bradford County Mrs. Heights area Mr. GUsson was a
His dream was to become educatedand Williams was a member of the retired rancher and a member of the
build a successful career. Pleasant Grove church where she was Gadara Baptist Church, ,
1 C.. t tE:1
president of the choir. Survivors Include his wife Mrs. T, : G

Dr. Hyman Appelman realized that Survivor Include a daughter Mrs MildredGlisson; twodaughters: Mrs., =: ..:.. '.:
I dream. He became an attorney and Lorraine W. Lewis Speedville; two Sylvia Potts and Miss Betsy Gllsson, ._ '. _. ._ "IJ 1I.I1
I professor and started to make his sister, Mrs. Mary Arnold and Mrs. both of Ft. Bragg, N.C.; two brothers: .' t' .. ..
mark In his chosen flelda. Elizabeth Cooper both of Speedville; Craig and Merrill Glisson both of : : .. .-
two brothers Robert Barton and McRae; four sister: Mrs. Minnie !.. ..... .... 1-, :
In 1925 Hyman Appelman becamea Floyd Barton both of Mints; four Martin of Tampa Mr*. Alice Pearson .
Christian, and within five years grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. of McRae Mrs. Myrtle Harris and : ., V !
began to preach the gospel as an Mrs. Opal Bishop both of Kingsley :2
ordinated minister. Even as a young Chestnut Funeral Home In Lake, and six grandchildren.
preacher Dr. Appelman was deeply Gainesville was in charge of arrange Funeral services were held Sunday
concerned with the admonition of ments. .' afternoon, July 2, In the DeWitt C. .',. ,
Jesus to preach the gospel to all Jones Chapel at Keystone Heights :
nations. As he continued to proclaimthe with Rev. R.L. Taggart and Rev. .
Mildred Vaughan Rivers ,
Word of God the Loa Spirit Leamon Ward officiating. Burial was .',

worked within him preparing his Mrs. Mildred Vaughan Rivers..67, in Gadara Cemetery under direction
heart,his mind and his energies for a of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home of
died 3rd In
Monday, July Baptist .
new, more reaching ministry.In Hospital in Jacksonville. s Keystone Heights. .-'

Born in Jasper Alabama, Mrs. Li. ..
1934 the Texas Baptist Convention River had lived moat of her life.!! In Mr*.Pearl E.Bryan.88 t. . * *.

one of Its called Evangelists Hyman A launching to himon be florida Survivors, Include her hunband' < Mrs. Pearl E. Bryan: 88, died : SERVICE! ',MEN : No Summer. I

M a ministry in single churches and former county judge Thomas J: '' Monday morning Bradford ounty: xrw: .
Union Campaigns. Rivers of Green Cove Springs; her Hospital following a brief Illness If. . . *t
daughter,Susan Rivers White of West Born March 7, 1890 In Waldo Mrs. Slump Seen InConstruction a
He has preached the gospel to Palm Beach; two sons, Tom Rivers of Bryan moved to Martin County in Page Enlist.
Globetrotting evangelist Dr. millions on every continent and inmost South Ponte Vedra and Vaughan 1921.She had come here for a visit one In The Navy:
Hyman Appelman will appear at countries of the world. Every- Rivers of Orange Park; two slaters, week ago from Hobe Sound Fla. She James W Page of Lawtey has
Broofcer's "BI,Tent" Revival July 9- where he has gone this dynamic Mrs.Jewel Swlnney St. Petersburg, was a member of the Hope Baptist qualified for and enlisted in the U.S.
1.. Evangelist has challenged the hearts and Mrs. Zella Tyler of Enterprise; Church. Navy's Seaman Airman Program.
Dr. Appelman has been making of people in large audiences with the one brother Loy O. Vaughan of Survivors Include: a daughter, Mrs. Airman Page is a June 1978
evangelistic lour since 1942! and his message of Salvation. Birmingham Ala; and four grand- Willie B. Walker of Palm City; two graduate of Bradford County High No summer slump Is apparent on
follower claim his success a* a children. brothers:' Calvin Trlest of Keystone School and lives with his wife and the construction front in Bradford
Christian Evangelist rank not far Funeral services will be held 'at Heights and James Trlest of Putnam parents. County with June expected to reach
behind that of Billy Graham. Methodist Youth Activities Orange Avenue Baptist Church in Half;; two sisters: Mrs. Ollie Daniels After 8 weeks oflnltlal training in the half million mark' before 'the
Green Cove Springs on Thursday of Keystone Heights and Mrs. Annie Orlando. Fla., Seaman Recruit Page monthhis out. ,.
July 8, 11 a.m. Arrangements are Bell of Palm City; two grandchildren will have the opportunity to be homeon report to the County Zoning
Ichetucknee Springs ,, served as a four director L.M.
and night
being made by Helm Funeral Home In greatgrandchildren.Funeral recruit leave, and help enlist three Board Tuesday
cooling system for a group of the Green Cove. services were held other he can earn Gaines listed building permits
qualified ,
DIESEL Methodist Youth last Saturday Wednesday afternoon, July 5, at advanced persons totaling$434,510 through June 27, with
NEW
an paygrade. Page was enlisted -
morning.The Earl Goodman,72 graveside In Hope Cemetery at three work days left in the month.
FARM TRACTOR group left from the Church at Theressa with Rev. Pat Murphy offi- by Navy Recruiter Petty Eleven new single family dwellings
Ron Miller of Gainesville.
8:30: a.m. and returned at 4 p.m, William Earl Goodman age 72 who ciating. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Officer accounted for $247,830 of the total; 25
433C Enjoying the day of tubing were the lived on Crosby Lake, died in the Home was In charge of arrangements. mobile homes added up to 149700.
following: Jay Eaves, Pat Mundorff, Bradford Hospital Tuesday Additions and repairs totaled $31,980,
Todd Denton, Chris West, Trade evening after County a lingering Illness. ,CARD OF THANKS and one swimming pool permit was.
West Tracie Denton, Tanisw Born in Lake Butler January 8, Mayor TanzlerTo issued for ".000. '
Dempsey Little John Dempsey, 1906, Mr. Goodman lived In Starke We are sincerely grateful to friends As a further indication of continued
Jennifer Johns and Tammy Denton. since 1930. Mr. Goodman had owned and neighbors for their many kind residential growth County Sanitarian
Accompanying the group were Mr. and operated Earl' Garage for over Address GospelBusinessmen acts of sympathy during, our sad Darrell O'Neal said his office- was
and Mrs, John Dempsey and Dot 28 years retiring In 1968. He was a bereavement. Our appreciation Issuing an average of 30 new septic
25-HP Satoh Bull: Denton. member of the Woodman of the World cannot be adequately expressed. tank permits, in the county,, each
list $3320. Prices The older youth group will meet at and the Pine Level Baptist Church He Special thanks to Archie Tanner of ,month ""< <
the
the Church this Friday morning at was the son of the late Jesse D. Archer-Tanner Funeral Home. Building permits issued by'
good thru Aug. 15 8:30: a.m. for a three day weekend Goodman and Rosa L. Gill. Mayor Hans Tanzler will be the county not including municipalities)
on tractors in tfock. retreat. The group accompanied by Survivors Include wife, Mrs. Ann guest speaker at the Starke Chapter of CHARLES SHIRLEY AND JOHN C. have: remained steady at half a
One-year warranty Mr and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook and Goodman; two daughters the Full Gospel Business Men's ODOM, JR.. million or more for the past two. or
Spence
Massey Ferguson Mrs. Betty Sue Denmark will set up Mrs.J W.McKlnzle of Savannah Ga., Fellowship Banquet Saturday July 8, The Family of Charles Phillip OdomPineLE three years.
house on New Smyrna Beach and and Mrs. Randall Sirmans of at 8 p.m., at the Garden Restaurant
FInance. Why return late Sunday afternoon. The public is invited to hear Mayor
Ga. brothers
Columbus, ; two Seeber
buy used, when Goodman and J L. Goodman both of" Tanzler who will share his life s eirfsrc. welNewsYOUTH sees'
you can buy a new changing ,encounter with the Lord
ST.MARK'S CHURCH Starke; four grandchildren and one
25-HP Diesel Trac- greatgrandson.Funeral Jesus Christ. Over 500 were present to hear the WINS BOAT
tor for 4350. Schedule for the week of July 5 services will be held\at 2 Reservations are needed for the personal testimony of Florida State
July 11: Sunday. July 9, 8:30 a.m. p.m. today (Thursday, July 6)), in the dinner portion of the meeting. Phone Representative Frank Williams last Valerie Jones won a 12 foot'
SUPERIORTRACTOR Holy Eucharist, 10 a.m. Morning Pine Level Baptist Church with Rev. Ed Longnecker at 473-2702 or Norm Sunday, July 2, at the second annual fiberglass fishing boat last Sunday as
Alton Dobbs and Rev. Roman Alvarez Rivers at 475-187 by 8 pm. Friday. "God and Country Day" at Pine Level a result of her work the past eight,
CO. Prayer officiating Burial will be In the family Dinner Is$$.75 and may be paid at the' Baptist Church. weeks in a special Sunday School
<, 53S3 W. It."r plot In Dekle Cemetery in Lake door. Persons unable to attend the campaign entitled the "BIGGEST
JACKSONVILLE.FlORIDA DIESEL VW RABBIT Butler. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral 'dinner may hear the speaker startingat The adult a patriotic AND BEST" in the Youth'
53 E,P.A. miles per gallon highway Home is In charge of arrangements.rrflfl 7 p.m. arrangement entitle "Heritage Department. Tho pure of the!
Ideal commuting i car Immediate Day," and a special message was campaign was to manyvisitors
..., mm if Mm t r r
::
S while last = A total of
04- 731.9c.it delivery they delivered by Rev. Roman Alvarez, the as possible. 66
Wcslald, Volkswagen Subaru ?(QOD pastor. visitors were reached. The 12-foot;
4Q4
'UIJ(3( ( 1YiJ( ?
1150 Lane Ave.S..Jacksonville.Fli fishing boat II I valued at over $400.
Phone 7815511UNCLE 964-5890 Music director Don Hallgren sang
t East Call St.Starkes Own Bakery SPECIAL GUESTSOn
138 "TheStatue of Liberty"and one of the
trios from the church presented
ca CDaW Time special music Sunday July 18,. Raymond and.
Vacation Joyce Moody will be present in both

to 3-17 Rev.Alvarez presented Rep. Frank the morning and evening services.. '
Williams with a New Testament a* a Raymond the Minister of Music at
Tues. !July! 18 .token of appreciation from the the Victory Baptist Church inWeatherford. '
Reopen Church. Texas. He and his wile
JOHN'SOLD Joyce will be presenting the specialmusic

How's The Time To Go On That Diet throughout the day.The public-
BUILDING PROGRESSINGThe Is cordially Invited to attend.

new auditorium Is progressing' RADIO PROGRAM
extremely well. This week the walls
FASHIOIISANDWIOH Dwight Slates are expected to be up and soon the Hear Rev. Roman Alvarez, every;
roof will be on. Sunday 8:30 a.m. on WPXE i

SHOPPE Food & Scat .. .-'

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Open u.s. 301 S.
PASTRAMI CAMEL RIDERSSUBMARINES 7 A.M. 12 P.M. & Walnut StSUNBEAM

CORNED BEEF A VERNON E. OLIN
10 f8/1.lF4fIpILR/N B..r
ROAST BEEF MOTH,0H
,- STEAK B8EA9Loaves 0 Pack 99*
12 Oz. Cans Democratic Candidate
Salads Ice Cream Pies Cheese Cake 7!. 3 0'I t.Plus i Tax Case Plus Tax Of 24 ,'3 tOn +w for

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