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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 22, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Willie'home as It appears today-one of the better lookfederal HUD grant fund. Eighteen Reno homes have --

Ing homes In the Reno area after Its remodeling with been remodeled or rebuilt so far,, with a total of 167. set i Bradford's 10-year-old court- information with the'court and with fect in each county for at least seven
over a four-year period. ordered school desegregation plan the Civil Rights Compliance Division. yean. During this time no new mat-
'has been closed by order of U.S. Finally a good working relationship ters have been raised and defendants
District Judge Charles R. Scott, the was attained with the federal officials have filed the required reports

I. ,: ", ; ." same judge who ordered the plan Wolbert said, and his requestsfor religiously. From all appearances, it
., .tI 1''.'",. / .; back$1970.Closing changes in the desegregation plan seems that defendants have taken a
<>i"c I .c,! '. the case means Bradford were accepted more readily. positive and. productive attitude
;, \ \ ,' .ech: oI officials can decide which Some 18 months ago, It came to the, toward remedying the discriminatory
'.1 (. students attend which school and point that Wolbert began thinking practices that once nourished in their
change grade levels In schools, for ex- about trying to have the court order ,school: systems: Thus the Court now
without firIIt getting permls- lifted. He was already supplying the deems it time to remove the case '
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t: 2 Jude Scott, the senior judgeiof information required when asking to from the docket of_active civil cases.
1M District 01 the U.S. have the plan altered.
District: Court, Jacksonville Division. On May 7 the case was finally clos- "This action.. however, does not
ed In Ocala. The school district must lessen defendants' duty- to abide by
Though It has hung over the heads still comply with the desegregation and comply with the Court' orders.
of local school officials for the past 10 guidelines, must still be careful not to The Injunction entered a. to each of
years, the order has not adversely affected discriminate racially, but it no longer the school districts are of continuing
>i the operation of the school: will have to file annual reports with force and effect and defendants will
system. In fact Supt. Tom Casey and the court. remain obligated to file the required
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former school board Chairman H.A. 'The cases were closed on just four perodic reports. While the Court does
Lawson worked out the plan back in not anticipate any action by defendants
of the 20 counties under the 1970 court
'I 1870 with an official of the court, and to
order.Baker, Bradford, Flagler, and justify a re-opening of the
Judge Scott,agreed to It. St.Johns Counties. case, upon a proper showing that \
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Supt,". Casey was actually happy to Judge Scott's order states In part: these orders are not being observed, I
get; a plan sealed In court after "...Injunctions, either by consent or the case"will be returned to the active I
several! yean of dealing with the by order of the Court, have been in ef- docket.

former U.S..Department of Health,
Education, and Welfare in which the
county (school district) was termedin
and out of compliance with HEW Million Dollar VerdictCauses

desegregation Uidelines.Atton .- ,

ey Jesse Wolbert announcedat
the school board meeting Monday
night that the desegregation plan had Seek ", ,
> 'been lifted by court order signed May' City to

7. In Ocala' by Judge Scott. Wolbert r,
sprung a surprise on Supt. Casey and
the board members.The attorney told *r.
'Supt. Casey at the beginning of the '
t i meeting that be had some good news, More, Federal Money ,
waited {
'but didn't say.what. Wolbert
,r" until &turn to talk, at the end of the'
k Before.... ,. Attorney :"If She city ci.snot toms with the I*
x j- ? mmtUig which lasted until nr3Op.nl.: ,: Starke City George Pierce '. up .- :..... .
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L ; ** itf ,before itslaeelUU.WH e.L.7M money, the c04r1-would probably sell. --mot ,
v >S This was the.. way Will.. Dells,. home! on Old L.wt.y J.t Febrjiarv, ; .-ter nuke. the announcement. reported to the Starke City Commission '
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oi rW? i..j. m. i.- by hlmielf. at its semi-monthly meeting the land and the city would have to
1 ; "Apparently surprised, neither Tuesday night, May 20, that he and find another site," Pierce said. ., <
board members nor Supt. Casey had engineer Don Ruckman were trying In other business, the commission \
+- much to say.< to get the Environmental Protection accepted the resignation of X.M. \
Via HUD GrantNew' The court: order basically established Agency to contribute more than Its 75 Smith asa bond trustee efrectJveJunl'
zones by which students were required percent share to help finance the 30.. In a letter to the Commission
to attend certain schools, but sewer spray site project. dated May 8, Smith cited that he is
the zones were about the same as unable to devote time necessary to do
House for Willie DellWork those the system was using to plan at In a condemnation suit last week a an adequate job. .
tendance. The order also required the circuit court jury awarded the former Clerk Merrill Edwards reportedthat
all-black landowner, Fred Mueller, $1.1 million of the
closing of the two remaining a representative compan)
has been completed on'the black section ''of northeast Starke munity. The $310,000 grant Starke schools RJE In Starke and Anderson for the property, the old airport on that helps the city with its pension.
house of Willie Dell at the Intersectionof known as Reno. The work is being received for 1979 has been spent for Elementary in Lawtey. US-301 South. Pierce said the original plan would meet to discuss the proposal
Old Lawtey Road and Cooper done under the! $310,000 HUD grant of housing rehabilitation, $150,000; Closing the two schools meant that grant award of $442,750 was not today, (Thursday, May 22), at 3
Street, a part of the current housing 1979. known as FY-79. Before the street improvements, $95,000; recreation 275 students would move to new enough to cover that verdict. p.m. at City Hall. I
rehabilitation project funded by the .5-year program Is over a total of some rehabilitation, $15,000, and code schools. Prior to that, however, Last summer Circuit Court Judge Approved a request to grant II i
federal Housing and Urban Develop-- $!.( million In HUD funds approvedfor enforcement and administration, blacks had been transferring to Osee R. Fagan signed an order for the business license to Robert C. Robertson
ment Agency (HUD). the City of Starke from 1978-82 will $50,000., former all-white schools under old airport property amounting to a Gainesville pawn shop
Seventeen home have been be spent to improve the Reno area In- Linda coordinator for freedom-of-cholce. HEW consideredsuch 11,200 an acre or$442,750 for the 368.95 operator, to place pawn shop at 144
remodeled In the predominately cluding the remodeling .of 167 sub-. Day grant progress too slow, however, and acre tract. West Call Street. Edwards explainedthat (
the 18 houses have been
city,
standard homes.. says finally declared Bradford and 20 The verdict that was returned gave the city charter requires the City
remodeled or rebuilt to comply with
mitt mown drier! himself-Dell 77-years-old It's been more,, lives than six by city These codes houses under have the storm FY-79 windows grant. other compliance.Both north. Florida counties out of plus Mueller$100,000$2,734 in an severance acre or damage.$1,009,830 Commission license for a business approve of this a business type.

years since his. wife died. Dell Is a ,and insulation installed. New heating HEW and the school board filed Pierce explained In answer to a The commission approved/ a five
retired barber and lives on a $208 per' systems were installed in all 17. desegration plans with the U.S. question by Mayor-Commissioner year term on the city recreation
month Social Security check in a 'Bathrooms were installed In four District Courtthen filed amended vernon Silcox that there Is no way to board for Joyce Riherd. Townsend
L L house built before Indoor plumbingwas houses. One house Dell's, required a plans. Finally Supt, Casey and Chairman recover the $442,750 that Mueller was Strickland was reappointed to the
commonplace in the area. kitchen and plumbing. Lawson were called to Jackson- paid last year. same board for one year. Jerry Cuni-
ville to meet with court officials. Pierce pointed out that he hoped the mings was appointed to the/ recreation -
Total repairs oh Dell's came 'to TIll city Is also coordinating FmHA Scott asked Casey where his bond market would stabilize so the CI- board for one year replacing Linda -,
Judge
$9,900 from HUD plus S $2,700 grant to individuals and using themin said he repliedthat ty of Starke could sell bonds to raise Diane Chandler who resigned.
lawyer was. Casey
'Farmers Home Administration conjunction with the HUD grant he had been summoned to court, the money. Pierce also said other' Commission approved utility bill
THURSDAY MAY 22 grant, bringing the total repair cost to program. FmHA gives loans at one grant funds are being pursued. write-offs of $3,979. :
told to
and was not bring an attorney.
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KINGSLEY LAKE $12,800. percent Interest which means an In- down
and Lawson sat
Dell agreed, prior to the house be- Then Casey f
CIVIC CENTER dividual loan of$1,000 would be repaidat In back '
with an official of the court a
Crasfts, Games for ing five modernized and not live to sell in the If house it Is $8.77 per month. room and worked out the plan under > -1
Exercises years It. 5. Miles of ]]P i: aving.Set. \
been
Every Thursday P.M.SATUIIOAYMAY24 sold, the new owner would have to Bids on remodeling are awarded on which the schools have governedthe :
reimburse the tity for the modernization a competitive basis. Factors con past 10 years.
sidered are demographics, selected There has never been any busing to
under terms of.the agreementDell areas of blight the program plans,- achieve racial balance In Bradford Over 5.1 miles more of secondary New River Church! Road from
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BHS FOOTSAU odium JAMBOIIIIMocclonny signed.The old ramshackled house had no and the Impact the program will haveon County, attorney Wolbert pointed out. roads will be repayed{ by the Bradford CR-235: to New River Church, 1.1 mile f
County'Commission at a cost of will have limerock added to its ex-
the The
worst -
-.gin, *.t4t:SB P.M. plumbing and had an old outhouse In 100 areas. grant requires Wolbert said he has been requiredto $133,548, including one road Inside the isting base and then application of
.HS ploys Jrd 5 Slh Q..."....' rack used for years by the owner. the percent Imprqvement on file an annual report to the court 1 city of Starke. asphalt surface course will be made, .
targeted according to
.. .... : areas, Day., and to the Civil Rights Compliance
Today Willie has what amounts to
NAACP Awards Banquet. a new house, redone Inside and out. A The city Is currently winding the Division of the U.S. Justice Depar- special The contract meeting was Monday awarded, May at 19 a, The new paving project will be I
Sit Cafoforht p.m. ment since he has been school board financed with $100,000 left over from
bathroom was added, the kitchen FY-79 grant of $310,000. By June 1 the
; with Dickerson Inc. of 1
.. . Group,
Several times the school borrowed from the state
rebuilt with indoor plumbing. The $350,000 of FY-80 grant funds will be attorney. Jacksonville awarded the contract the $700,000 I
IIKSLODOII602Bring house' was completely rewired. in use. Funding of the FY-80 grant board wanted to change grade levelsin to The bids Department of Transportationagainst
Tour Own. $to.fc supper. Workers replaced much of the foun- was approved last week, Mrs. Day certain schools: or alter zone lines studied amounting and the$133,548.Dickerson bid okayed were the county's future secondaryroad f
4,30: P.M.' dation.' Tha- 'rool was completely says, and the funds should be in the city' for attendance purposes, and Wolbert James Ward funds, plus the balance of$33.548 ,'
by engineer on Tuesday, ,
has been required to supply loads of will come from secondary funds
replaced. The interior was completely hands by June 1, '
MONDAY..MAY 2. ..__ renovated. Exterior siding was ;ttld mile already accrued to the county.
the $350,000 grant, tagged FY-80, amounts to $26,186 per
MIMOm At DAY HOLIDAY placed over the existing Biding. will be used to renovate the RJE gym for the paving project which\ slatedto Thirty-eight miles of secondary

,NO SCHOOL 'The work was recently completedby nasium, renovate and rebuild 25 more Music Festival get under way June 2, according to :road were retopped and Flume Road
All........Court HOWM Lake Homes; Inc, an affiliate of houses?and to resurface portions of i .Clerk Gilbert S. (Gib) Brown. paved for the $600,000 already spenL''*

City Off 1.. Pha_Ca .Longchamp Homes, Inc. of Starke. Pine, Oak. and North Streets. Set Here Unsuccessful bidders Include CoK The commission got a good per ton
SundayA '
Pail Off l I. Houdaille-
on from
'In 1981 the will receive $340.00u umbia Paving Company of Lake price asphalt
WU.IBICIOJIDMAV27 The $310,000': FV.79' HCJD'grant Ts" city City, Duvat Wright and got more don ,
In HUD music festival is Sun $140,230 Triest Construction Company
specifically for small metropolitan neighborhood Improvementfunds spring set ; '
1 ; '- under the original project than an
areas and counties, Monies are used under which 27 more houses day afternoon May 25, from 2-4 p.m. of Keystone Height. ticipated, thus the $100,000 left over.
fori improving particularly, wilt be rehabilitated.. and In 1982 at the Bradford High football stadiumin $154,115.50; and Valencourt Paving
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::.:.. STARKI ZONING BOAO ', deteriorated'areas within! !", the:ccmf $330,000 which includes the rehabilitan observance, Memorial Day Company of Jacksonville, $218,780. The S.1 miles of new paving plus the
''YiOO'.M. '" "tion of 48 houses. (Monday May 26). 38 miles already retopped, a total of
-: CltyH.ll I '. ;These grant funds were committedto Proceeds'will, go.,toward the purchase Roads to be paved include: 43.1 miles will make Bradford one of
_:: : h .d.t* J I l,1 .,'I the city In January 1980 and the' of new Tornado bend uniforms'. ; the few counties in the state to have ,'
=::: BRADFORD ZONING 50ARDCOURTHOUSII ,:Index..., 1 u funds will come to Starke If the funds Participating, group 'include the' Colley Road In Starke from SR.too all its existing secondary roads In top
:= ,I..s: ,,i4- ft i approriated each year by the US. Bradford High marching band the, .to East Call Street a distance of .. of shape. Alternative facing the commission -, ''
::- .71M; ,.M. Two Section < Cofigress! as planned. ,Bradford Middle School band BUS a mile. This street will be leveled and. r was borrowing the$700,000 to .
:' "e' 4 SECTION A.: Glee Club Concert Chorus, Frampton ,resurfaced. fix existing but rapidly deteriorating w
.t yovrlesy! 01 '1"'r" : '.'r New..'. j..;.. ..P..>ilA-3A&UA4A (Reno residents should ap at Mrs: Famtly.the; McRae Jazz Group, and roads or to lose the roads rd
.edltorla''...,u..... .. ,.....11. Day's.office In the Starke city hall for ,the Strawberry r,7eena.fquan dance 'Immokalee Road from CR-100 to'the completely and then have to j JM
repave
.f JACKSON BUILDING .I t.'t. Sport.P, >.g.s 10AIA.locletv more information on the housing \ Clay County line, a distance of.... r entirely. not just retop. #
... .... .-. ...Pages SA-7A '. rebuilding program. or phone. Music: wilt i include band numbers' will have construction of a limerock; L: p.P4
;:;::: SUP'LYOItark< Legals Rial ....i" J:.:I...-.9. 1JA, 96+5027. singing,< and country and. gospel base with asphalt surface course. ,.1, r ... .. Y

.-:::, Hwy. ao(8 ...9848018N \ SECTION News Bt..... ...... 4B Over theyear! period from 1978-82 music..1 ,7"'i.V-: to the Clay, .1
.' : .rlot.| . Page the city will have received$LS million Admission will be ft for adults, $1, CR-214 from'5R-21 Mn's freedom Is hit "toner ,1
:: et stone M 'io nHy ,Obituarlsls ,. .., Page 7. of will be level ,
in federal HUD funds to upgrade the for students. t r County line .6 a mile,. "' {worth." MIchasl. Beer {
hll".I-rd'' i IyA Chadfi.ds.. Liage6511 .
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County, 5coo Enrollmentir > New Lake Property Owners '

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Expected to Increase l' Sees Flaws in Boat; Law

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'tSlehobT et, blOlrltiedt L...LlJ.:11J: in-) ; Weight I / I .hats'\i beeivgreatly I':, 1.1 ; reduced t ....J.a l: 1.t..lI.: df1a UeidenC[ J' idyl t\.Intoa'hdsbalte\ ainhexi;; .Igl tlJL l7&

crease by over _;next year, In ,vocational and special education Lake "'-'i'-' Heights, was p.m. Tuesday May XI on a new ordinance -
reversing V' fight decline to'' no increase areas.:; Supt Casey told the 'schoolhoar elected president,a(f.ItieLaka Region designed, to replace the present
trend I. of. tIM past 'severalvears1' meaning the: system: will Property t Owners ,Association, ,at, a one which hai.been termed. lpefecUve -,
f 1/f '" ; receive less ntopey) In, those areas. meeting heM Thursday, pight,jWay is. and unenforceable, )
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ijn increase+ OfIOItUkl nt8In'cra.' ; .. Dropping the weights was written Into r r bitKeystenei Jim Wee'** who resides Duguld said, however, tbattbe: fwordinance
K-3 is expected,80 In grades 4-9,'1MB the original state law:Casey says en lake r Gweva, ,1 was<" elect$ rice to be heard next Tuesday
In the 'program: and '80 In because fewer funds are needed once president Is till inadequate being written U) .
adult' vocational-education. !! Supt. are equipped 'IdDt "vague manner."using such jermsasreasonaWy
Tom Casey told the '' school programs up. n f 'iro/ q..; wltli r:sniifrprinienta. \ ( :(: Jw'11? 1-; would: .

board Jan. 21. Projected head count matters,, as .wettuj/, malntalnlne the effectively muffled which
(raw FTE)' for the S041 school'years .. The'stake Is now: operating on an residential nature and the,quality ofi1a not bold up In court: He said the pip
to: 1,2881n K-3.1,690 grades 44,565 FTE value of 1983 a drop of only 17 \ on the |lakes of Qay, County, the posed new ordinance would be less enforceable -
in'10.12 78 in alternate school: 117 In per unit from,the beginning of this new,organlMtUin,will play,an activerole than,the oha currently,In*,f-:'
specialeducettan, ;228 In lJgh school school year A FTE, full-time ;j i in toning ,matlers" ;"sanitary '
vocational "425 in'' adult vocational equivalency,unit is one student attending regulations ordinances, end tesRepresentatives from'six lakes attended
education,''tend '<0 regular. general school five hours per,days five ether factors affecting the lifestyle of last Thursday's organizational

adult students. 'seeking, ,s'.. school, fulltime days. per student.week;I In other. words, a Messy But t; frinx 4 lakefnmt living Diuuid said' ,; meeting, ,and additional members
which LRPOA be Increase the
diploma first JJ! 1 will obtained to scope.
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That bead' ''tount totals 4,452 Because the State Department of Racket BUff;'left, kelps. Melissa Corbett and Amy willThe itself be assisting In of the group. .
students,I up 167 from this year's Education figures It costs 1 less to live Burkhalter,with *. silk scree painting protect., development of an adequate ordinance Duguid urges all Clay County'' lake
count of..Z8&. It" here, the Bradford. ,school district limiting the maximum\ noise residents interested In controlling: excessively
'I'weighted I FTE, the' number > on receives only $9M per student.' The level allowed for high;speed boats on noisy boats to attend the
which the school system earns state district collects the full $982 on only 20 Clay': County lakes and .streams, hearing next Tuesday In preen Cove
funds.; Is projected UP' 164 students percent of its students and only B5.96 "Vacation9 at Duguld ..tct. The Clay,County Com- Springs .
of the funds earned by the I'I
going from 5,640 now to 5,804 for next percent
other 80 percent v
school .
year. '

i : i i Cherry Lake ,1"FFA'ers "Honored'at Awards Banquet' 'j

. No Action:on Proposed Clinic BuildingNo Thirty-five EMR'and'TMR special' 'Almost 200'' Future Farmers' of year to the first-year! outstanding stu\,

education students from Starke America members:, parents'' and dent. :
Elementary and ,Bradford Middle guests attend the annual Bradford!Co.FFA Guest speaker to' the 1984)banquetwas t
action was !taken by: the Brad- Jacobson outlined a building of M attended
2-nlght, 3-day camping banquet and Award Presentation State FFA. Officer Doug
ford County Commission at a specialmeeting about $190,000 to$210,000 and he said trip at Cherry Lake In Madison held Tuesday, May .13, at Starke I Register.. :
Monday May 19. on a proposal it could go up toss high as 230000. May 810.The Elementary School. Other special guests were Walter
officials 01 the Bradford He projected that annual payments students in the Middle School Chosen to receive: the Dekalb .Williams Homer Hart, Bill Dodd, BUI.
union Guidance Clinic to seek funds would amount to between $11,000 and from Mrs. Award
were for
Clayton's, Ms. having contributed the Altman, Ray Norman and Royce
to build a building behind the current 13000. Moschella's and Bis. Cunningham's' most to the chapter while a memberwas Joiner.They were presented with plaques
court house to house the clinic person "No outright grants are available," classes The students from Starke Doug Watson. and made honorary members'of
nel and other county offices Jacobson said. Elementary were from Mrs. Long's A few of his many activities Included the FFA. A Distinguished Service

Commissioner Hazel Paulk introduced Clinic business manager Charles and Mrs. Randolph's classes. vice-president of senior officers. Award .was presented to Mrs. Hagbt
Hardy pointed out that the clinic: : was The rain did member
Dave Jacobson the county's not, dampen the of the Parliamentary Procedure Paulk. .
grant coordinator who outlined paying $9,500 for rent In Starke and children's enthusiasm for the many team poultry Judging team
several proposals where the county the Lake Butler off ices. activities they participated: in, such chairman of BOAC. Doug won SSO -,"
could possibly! get matching grants. Mrs. Paulk who Is also a memberof as arts and crafts,volleyball, Softball, savings bond from Community State a
the clinic's Board of Directors sug- a campfire sing-along, silent movies Bank and a plaque for State Farmer Roadrunner Club News'
Mrs. Paulk outlined'lat the current gested that the commission and clinic and a dance. In addition to the many Knack. tZS cash from Blaine Thompson and a
facility on West Madison Street staff meet with officials of the fun filled activities the students were There's A .. plaque for the Defcall award Proficiency Four ''members of the Bradford
had no parking facilities and the Farmers Home Administration also responsible for serving/ \ food and Priscilla Austin helps Johnny,. Pin in agriculture, poultry Roadrunner Club won age-groop'
building was completely which now has an office in Starke to cleaning up the cafeteria and their Hutchlm with a craft activity. ,and horticulture demonstrations. awards in the Gainesville Great Race
deteriorating. She added we.. have no see what could be worked out regar- cabins. The Star Chapter Farmer Award! 10-kilometer (((6.2 miles) .Saturdays
more space to give in the court house. ding a possible grant for a new Chaperones Included: Lowell Par- was presented to Scott Clark for May 17.Linda. .
building for the clinic: and other county rlsh Starke 4-H Extension Agent; 5 showing outstanding membershipand DeWItt was 2nd in her age;;
Jacobson painted out there were personnel. 4-H Club members 4 University of Swim RegistrationBegins during the past year. group and 503iovof some runneri
two grants available; one with the Contractor Ernest Triest of Florida Special Education major. ; ... Scott also won a $50 savings bond overall In er the hilly course:*
Community Service Administration Keystone Heights was present at the David'McCampbell, Bennie Hudson, from Community State Bank plaque Michelle Stillwell was 3rd in her age-!
that required an 80-20 match. meeting on other business and was Rachel Vernon Buff Judy Dukes, Today and a pin in horse production.Some of group and 235 overall In 57:30: PolV:
... asked to give an estimate of what It Priscilla Austin and Donnie Birch. Scott's activities Include chaplain of Griffis was 5th and 253rd In 64:53, ana:
The second grant was with the would cost per square foot under to The 4-H Club members taught the Registration begins today Senior chapter horticulture George Crews the first Roadrunner'
Farmers Home Administration and days building costs "It will cost 50-55 students how to make biscuits and (Thursday, May 22)) from 3:304 p.m... demonstrations, forestry team, and across the line in 47:40 was 6th. (to hiS
t' required a pay back. dollars per square foot," Trlest! said. In a leaf for summer swimming 'lessons at the'. parliamentary procedure. age group and 175 overall. 1'tai
I University of Florida students gained Starke Coif Country Club. The Star Greenltand Award was :
first-hand experience by supervising Swim lessons for ages 10 months presented to Mark Crews as the In the Alligator Run ((10K) at Lake"
the students during the days' ac- and up will be held Tuesday Thursday outstanding member of) the Junior City DeWitt was 1st in her age arou l.
St Edwards Church Halt. tivities. and Saturday mornings at the chapter. His selection) was based on and 80th In a field of 300 runners in"1 i
All of these activities made the tripa country club pool. The lessons are all his FFA activities during the year, 46:51 and Lynn Loper won her ages
good educational experience for the sponsored by the Gainesville YMCA. plus his experience program at home group and was 144th In 60:47. Crews:
BINGOEvery students. The trip was very successful There will be nine lessons.Price for grade average. ana his .interest in was 76th overall and 8th in his .1&11& '
and rewarding for everyone country club members Is(24, and for agriculture. group with a 46:10: clocking.
Saturday 7:00: P.M. Involved. We look forward to doing it non-members $33. Other awards were presented to
411 N Temple Ave Starke Fla again next year. Date the lessons will start win be Randy Merritt .for proficiency In
announced at registration. agriculture sales and service, fish
and wild life management.

I Bruce Rehberg won the Proficiency "Th ?iound body I. a prod-
Award for home and farm. uct of the sound mind."
-sr! a +t.TS* [ [ r v++r "+vt crna.5. I John Riggs won f2S from Chapter 1s eoros-flemwd Shaw.\
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"WHATEVER YESTERDAY WAS LIKE

WE'LL GET YOU READY FOR TODAY." The Kindergarten classes' will visit We would like: to thank'the following;;
St. Augustine on Tuesday May 27. chaperones: Mrs. Yvonne Long
Mrs. Tetstone'a class visited the city Special Education teachers; Misar.
nark on Tuesday. May 20. They Priscilla Alston Aide; and Mr. Dong:
walked to Mrs. Tetstone's parents nie Burch, school custodian. The
bomB Elder st Mrs. OM. Yarborough <' children who attended the camping;
later in the hour Mrs. Yarborough trip were: Bobby Jackson, John c5
told the, children: what was Davis, Bobby WUIingham, Paul Me:: ;
growing in their garden. The children Cloud, Lisa Richerson, Tony Melecio,
pictures about, their walking John A. Davis Marie Green, !
trip. Davis Lamar Richerson,
Special Education teachers, Mrs and Albert SI
Randolph and Mrs.Long would like to Special thanks to Mrs
thank all the parents who allowed and her staff from Starke ;
\ their children to attend the camping cafeteria for providing packed lung
trip to Cherry Lake on May, 9 and dies for our field trips. Their cooperation ':;
10. The children really enjoyed has been much appreciated bj2/
themselves and gained many experiences teachers and students this ;X
about outdoor life. Many Our cookout was a big success oS
activities provided fun, and a finished Friday May 16. The children enjoyed:
product for each child to bring home hamburgers hot dogs potato chips,*..
I as a memento of camping life. The soft drinks pickles, cookies, baiuuufi
children gained valuable lessons in pudding and especially the bar-b-cu <5
C '. cooperating :and working together. ribs Miss Alston really displayed bee
.They organ3zedand cleaned theirown cookery art in her as 'chef"
AS SEEN ON THE cabins, assisted less able students Mrs. Henderson has been a *
.. grea
"TODAY SHOW" ,,1 and served in the food line. mother and assistant this
whole
AND THE TONIGHT [ Special events were the silent school year. Mrs. Randolph and Mrs3
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SHOW" AND IN M movies and the dance. 'All Hewitt all
par- helped to make the cookouts
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"WOMAN'S MAGAZINE. DAY" ;i / ticipated/ and had fun. a big success. Thanks again to all our
wonderful parents! Mrs. Annett!
g i a 4 l. Griffls also assisted our class) during:
that day. Once again Mrs. Jane
.. THBBRADFORDCOUNTYTELEGRAPH I Kunutis came to the rescue, serving!
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... as a substitute for one of our teachers
... .r. ... .PokUsaed. ,A big thanks to her for ::
'=-- .. .I ::1- every Taersday making the:
-- t : .. ,, I, at UW.Call Street cookout a success. =
; : 4 Btarfcerierlial2HIMBrlstloBlaU_. The following students were chosen
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: .. to represent Starke Elem. In then"County
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a; __ ,ill' geoe. .i/Ctlifapeaageplulat. Physical Fitness meet. It is?
.. r being held today (Thursday), at ((8
UWUNMMM irun'-OUTLINE 'a.m. at the BHS track:
2 BORDER RODS FOR 1, g
QUN.TCO cOVER OVM/ Y' P081U"1C FOR OKRA Laurel Alvarez Dawn
SAO FREE EXCLUSIVE
BORDER
Of''fOAM COMTOMT..; SUPPORT. THE suPPORT HEAVIER,NEEDED FOil r. FOUNDATION FLEX.Q.PEDIC FDA TOTALLY Iafrade re t= iesyer! dra Cain Kelley Jackson Barbara
YOUR IODY. PART 0' I i BALANCED SLEEP SYSTEM ,. ) -$8.NsUs ., Mosley Cindy Parado Nanette
r Perry, Maria Thomas Matt Bryant:
,. i h! s;: : ru.I : Chuck Coburn, Michael Cray, Steven;
,. ._ a i Jones. Nicky Purnell, Logan BicksS; I
IT'S. FACT YOU 00, BETTER WHEW YOU SHOP .- I,Jessie Simmons. Loat Srlvibul. Isidore I

..;.AT. : _:_:1 7 F 4. ; p.4. :::- ___ Hemendez and .Lisa/ Phen. -:2: I I
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.,On Knight,Subdivision, ;Offer >wy Hospital,
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''promising further1' .Investigation Questioned'whBtherthcttyfca) l ; / tike a\, ; County I L.
iid an answer by the ,June, 3 I council manpower to Install the Utilities'.}" fec; tose,$84,011 during the
meeting, Starke city,commlsaloiiers ""I question if the city dad do. v for year which starts October first.
again postponed a decision on installing 1110O; per tot but even U It ran}I dent .\\8 ,an iiwrease, of about $10 000
sewer and water lines in''Knight feel the City'has the manpower >U> pver! the,, CIIIT8ot'ear.f
Subdivision. for$1,500 per lot. r", commit," Waters said.n! 5 cu,sm-vica,lost$42,6,14\ through the
Longchamp Homes, Inc. frebretjuested "We are stacked up like you would .of',U t..month, .according ..to
( ,In February that the city to not'tang' ,'",' Waters add d'lnJg-' s .lrnee4r, hospital[;I pfBxaiford -
install the lines In the old north Stark. g ;perhaps Longchamp would bo r R I I''"
subdivision, and agreed to pay for the better off to pay private contractor: bounty gives thii hospital
materials. Tuesday night, May'2o;' ; the '$1.900 per Jot; 'But1 council "I ? .rattl,of ,property, taxes which
Clermont"" Blzler,' a partner I ILongeham members have toot ttyin) (o approximately $154,000 It
Homes,, offered. the city the city would still supply'ki Vl ; ad valorem'are collected by the'
ttjSoo per lot. inspect Ion'per onneI r.i.fy-; ; and an additional 15,000 from
VT: 'I don't the city will get rich, Commissioner 'Verhon' SUcox'a..d) !=t!,track funds la given the boepitalIperawth. \
but it can come .out," Blzler told the Waters ,.then had a whispered cnMlultatlon ; .rescue servte ,
:council: ':: and'' then' Sllcox'!asked ;' Dan Williams asked ad-
Commissioner Wilbur'* Wafers, Utilities Director; Merrill. ;,r.>ees tqj ; ,Dave,,Ubby,to prepare a
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chairman of the Utilities. Committee, state Inion. of the number daily calls made
.,. Dees said: he thought'the'job'C lllc1 the rescue service. Ubby-said he
be done for$1,500 per'lot, but said hi the service averaged seven or
3 Census Bureau Seeks. would have to figure the 'Job W''bW calls a(Jay and would prepare a
Information sure. Dees said If the work can fee* to be made to the trustees at
on done for the price, the city would also f L} i,1 months meeting.
I' Dual Jobholding be slower than a contractor, I'
And Overtime.Work I' Slice told Baler the request $ad<< loan.'l
surprised the council and the council: ; lilt In Rear,
How many American workers are needs time to determine if the city has ; ;
holding 'more than one jo /? How capability to do the work. ,, ) $ Hospitalized! ,I'
many are working overtime and what I,for one, would love to see Starke ; ; 37-year-old truck driver was
is- their overtime pay? What are grow," Waters told Bizier., "1 don't ; in an accident between
w rkers' usual hours on their Jobs? want you to take what I say wrong?!' trucks on US-301325 feet north of
,I Forrest P. Cawley, Jr., Director of Waters added, meaning he wants to City Road in the south city
the' Bureau's Regional Office in Atlanta do the work U the city can. Fire on Orange ; of Stark*at 2:50: a.m.Wedne-
announced today that Information ,
; May 21, with$52,000 damage in
in"response to these questions will be In other action, the council:,; Wiooo damage occurred In a fire, which: ; on boil) trucks.
collected during the week of May In a house owned by Tom Allen at 403 N. report said a 1974-PeterbutIt
I this 19-24 from a sample of households In Reusing amendments:in the 'ci- ::1 (;" ,; ': : was pulling a trailer operated
area. The questions are in addi- ty's Rehabilitation Programto Larry W.Morrow, 37, of Aledo, Il-
tion to the usual ones asked In the increase the grant amount and to : : and was northbound on US-301
monthly survey on employment and alter the loan repayment schedule, ,Carter Extends ; a 1969 International tractor-
unemployment conducted nationwideby and adding a temporary relocation ; r stopped at the stop sign at Lin
f. the Bureau for the U.S. Department policy as requested: by Grant Consul- ? President' Carter has signed legisla ; ; City Road and then proceeded .
of Labor.Households tant Linda Day. may be necessary t10n'extending the Farmers Home ; on US-301. Morrow then struck
'J In this area are part of to relocate some residents if major Administration Economic Emergency ; '* vehicle,which was own
country reconstruction la necessary, Mrs.. Loan Program until September by Owens-Joist, In the rear.
;; Day said. 30, 1981. The program was due to ex- show Morrow was treated
a cross section of all U.S. households. pire on May 15 this :year. the emergency room at Bradford k
Results of this monthly survey provide Set public hearings tor June rS and Michael R. Hightower, Florida .Hospital Starke for cuts and "7
a continuing measure ofeconomic 17, the next regular council meeting FmHA Director said, "President on the head. He was ad-
conditions in the Nation. dates, to receive public comment Carter's action will enable us to continue after .treatment for obser ,'.
The March survey indicated that ofthe before adoption of.ilk city's Local the Economic Emergency Pro at the local hospital,.according:
104.1 million men and women in Comprehensive Plan,as requested by not only through the remainderofftths police records. I I
the civilian labor force, 97.7 million city zoning official Al Crosby. year but through the next fiscal .
were!! employed. The Nation's Deadline to adopt the plans is July 1. year as welL Although the EE Pro
unemployment rate was 8.2 percent, About \J3 of the local comprehensive not due to end until when
compared to 8.0 percent in Februaryand plans have already been approved, .we cadre Just about out of funds SCOTT WHITEHEAD
8.2 percent in January. Another 1/3. like Starke are trying to the President signed the bill on March ,
Information supplied individuals get In under the wire,and the remain 30." BUILDER
participating In the survey Is kept ing third may have to ask for another The EE Program provides direct or
strictly confidential by law and extension or other appropriate action, guaranteed loans to farmers and ranchers Hone Plans Service
results are used only to compile Crosby said he learned at the 21st annual who suffer economic hardship
statistical totals.Interviewer. ?, Planning and Zoning Conferencein because of area or national economic Call 964-6512
who will visit Tampa May 14.14.Remember conditions beyond their- control.
households In this area is Mrs. Norma .
Foray,
The PropertyThere r Improvement Contest

Is still time to enter this con-- Deadline for entering your photos Is ", TURNING
test. Why not go ahead and paint that June 15, 1980. Mail all entries to:
"suer room you've been planning on painting BRADFORD-UNION COUNTY
all spring? No Improvement will BOARD OF REALTORS, INC.. 2305
be considered too small for you to use ,N. TEMPLE: +YE., STARKE.:!I.. FL n l r" :.J I Iy .... ": ''.. t
,as :your I entry.. 32091.
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DO.IT'NOW. OON'TFORGPT E5 No photos will. be_returned.1.1f ,or a I
Th. beavers tail I le about a 1'AKEYOUR BEroRe ANbAF1ti .I Jfiyou'.' require'addttonal (Uiformallonabout L :\
PICTURES. the contest,' call local ? M,f .rIN1O
third of its total weight I Deadline for completing 'your ui + !
your Improvement ls May 31, Imo .Realtor I -

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Chaiiee for SUrke to receive $3 i Conducted by)( Rep Don. Fug nia'I Ml 1' .' obvitn coq' (rn ___ vin r .
f million federal |, ro _' rp{ V.t --
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grant for converting : D-FL and chairman of Uie.U.SjHoUje'I" fIe Stat 2 rlf ,, v. V
Its power'generation from fossil fuels' 'Committee on Science1 and wnelbylascortf Cur label top Jlnl. i01.hall ''

I ..t. better to wood-gasification than energy seemed Technology, and his subcommitteechalrnunt Ita ill serv ar=. CttllMimtisCq.; : ; t+1+ nrilluU'
ever following a congres Rep. Richard OtUn er,, ;
l.. sional { .ppllCl'lk'ldn=. Rep. tina
1\\ hearing In Gainesville: last Frt- D-NYi a mar Who seemed!! mostr,;''Iug ", ted ) De rtmeflL'oe a'IM it liii ,
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I Jr day"I ,"j. .1 h, "1.\' f iknowtodgabJeabout solarenergy-!*. 'r'f '' mnoCn: :off by niakinjaj1| ,b t'( gioIViz. a1srP r f ''V

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Most of the testimony presented Iii siU P.rt lot rtdf 1 t k P
the four-hour hearing pointed to the I I'I
1.tiP'' ,Ilfactiyfat.t thnlASy: taw-behind mmf1'ximudl wt tin mP i t r { p t
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derived from living. plants!or trees.!. ;; r non' serf w 4; A r s ',P ill V. ,
JI ,ilrul l )IW* v.11. ''ii nndln i i> I"' '
1! ,,1 :ttTJ\Ose\ >people ....'!IH target. They,;?," gnri 1'' Iil ad i mar 1. i :J '' f
III ;ark;+' .nave t Idone :-taaid\ "'CWrfmisiJoner> 01'I
J i fri Agriculture I?_% Ii: it1
; ::1 Doyle Conner) recently.: ,,,
+ w _. ,j' il.lSot2 i returned' from a. trip to B azIJ. He .
\ .but'that '
pointed While'theprice of'

Gurin Testifies... j 1'/' I fossil wood' fuel?Asteblolnrise! Is still. soaring-''t' i ae,! the price lower of,'t'. aha;,!I it h.i'w'IW Wyi npipnii |7ffi&IMt.JI -,. .;

Robert '' dayf1hun'tt"halt-l' because ( lt> J Ml ) -Ii' -I I">" ,
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grant consultant for, the City of Starke on the wood-fdeled of1 i ., '
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power to the < ;(<
generation des.
proposal" speaks at a Congressional Hearing on. alternative fogsthiciMbn, trf .
energy sources, held In Galn""llle.y by Rep. Don Fuqua. D-FL. .I Conner') bald' .1\, :.(.Hiii. Asked. for helpin. securing a"federal t grant" for Starke's
that ,
130,000 gallon of >r t=ilicl I (lah ir ) ,
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." .. :' A'' li'"- -" ; ",.dL" ."'1. .8V1!' !sli i;,,.' I iVA; '/ ?sl tap e generator by Guy Andrews, left,, the! three elected' .of-''' ,,1 j
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I V.3. Rep. Don Fuqua.D-FL; Florida Commissioner of ,,
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"i ?JY Agriculture Doyle Conner, and U.S. Rep., Richard 1 1'/.1./ ( ",'U ( (dqlHearing !'
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., On Controversial Boat' Lditi: : 1,1,' \ ,I'' ... ./.1111&. '. ..' .': "Trees can''be'heed without regard County Aganis By-!
to
; .. quauty/.Conner; said. "Half of
'. .' ..., 1 our BobbyTaylor
forests are now being 'wasted. We notebook
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A significant toward the I" l' need at least 30 plants In Florida '
step preserving be of value to
quality of life Lake any more because of its'vague .Utilize, this waste.. ,' r ., ,
on our Region waters was language which will)) 'be open ai'many'' dif- \

I taken last Thursday night with the organization ferent interpretations:: 'as1 ., Ute e\ are', boat "I Clearly anxious to get on with the J Phone:. 964-6280 _-_ / .
of the Lake Region Property Owners owners. business of finding alternatives to II

/ Association, consolidating and unifying the ef- For instance the challenged buying expensive foreign and oil, Conner I hope that our weather continues to' keeping the stakes about three or four
forts of various lake who have heretofore proposed new or- Fuqua Ottinger to Improve so our gardens and other inches from each plant. As the plant
groups dinances, which will be the subject of sponsor legislation requiring! develop crops can make good growth and
acted a public ment of pro grows tie it to the stake with string,
individually on zoning and environ- an engine to burn alcohol.
hearing at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday May 27, in the duction. Warm nights are needed for soft twine, or strips of rags. You'll
mental problems that sometimes require the Clay County courthouse, contains such "If"you get the engine, we'll get the maximum growth and early harvest. probably need td make between four
efforts of all lakes fuel, said Conner meaning farmers and six ties throughout the
in the growing
area-not just one or phrases as "effective" muffling or muffled in Most
wwgiow vegetables are looking better
two. "' I crops from which 140 to ISO season..always make sure that you
a "reasonable manner. proof alcohol can be made with but some folks are having insects and make these ties BELOW the fruit.

1. One of the first matters to which the newly Who is to determine what degree of mufflIng gasification plants. been disease needed problems.on most Irrigation plants. Squash has not, cluster. .*>

organized association will turn its attention is is "effective" and "reasonable"? Courts Conner currently uses gasohol in green beans onions and potatoes are Your next step in tomato culture is
,.. the proposed revision of Clay County's so- all over the land have repeatedly thrown his personal vehicles not because it being enjoyed by many of our pruning. Pruning Is done to remove
called "boat ordinance" that out increases mileage but because it is gardeners. the small shoots that appear between
attempts to control cases brought under
statutes containing such one fuel source for which the U.S Is the leaf stem and the main plant
y the excessive noise that some high speed vague and imprecise language. It would be not dependent on foreign sources. Tomatoes continue to be the most stern. Removing these shoots or
-. boats now inflict on the residents of the coun- impossible to obtain a conviction under such Gasohol Is readily available in popular vegetable grown by our suckers reduces the total number of

ty's lakes and streams, including Black Creek. an ordinance. The only effective to Tallahassee, he says. gardeners. Plants are grown In the fruit that your tomato will produce,
measure noise would be way Later in the sod and in containers, and some are but It causes the fruits that are produced
Starke's
hearing as
A in terms of decibels.
Although the ordinance
present has been and
proposal for a wood-fired pruned staked while others are to be larger In size, and easier
described as impracticable and unenforceable AU owners of lake generating allowed to branch and grown uncontrolled to find. .
property, as well as all plant was being favorably discussed: .
because of some of its provisions concerning boat owners interested in a fair and' enforceable Conner described his former hometown You need
the "underwater muffling" of boats it is a."'!be mostprogressivesmall to prune tomatoes about
ordinance should attend the As your tomato plants once-a WEEK. And
hearing
doubtful city in Florida.' grow larger, this Is best done
that the proposed lina ce.wiU ,in Green Cove consider the by hand.
ne'Y.pr I Springs next Tuesday night. benefits of staking and Hold the bet-
0:' Dr. Wayne Smith director of the pruning. Staking the plants keeps the ween your thumb and forefinger and
.. "' .. .. I Center of Envlronment M<( .Jrn,IcuiUroff! the ground and conserves bend it to one aide until it snajts. Then,
Resources Programs at the'Vnfve 'S -" spaceIn' the garden. Staking also pull the shoot off in the opposfte direction
Starke May Become ty of Florida, warned that the energy makes it easier to cultivate and
I crisis would not wait for "coal, solar, harvest tomatoes, and it helps pre-
or nuclear energy"; but must rely on vent fruit rots. Reversing the direction is
Pacesetter in Use BiomassBradford the'' conversion of available and accessary to prevent injury to the leaf
of renewable blom.... Dr. Smith also A couple of words of caution about axil or the main stem.
referred to the assistance that his staking..staked plants are more subject
.. department has given Starke In the to a condition called blossomendrot When you prune leave two or three
County had a starring role in It gathering of data for its grant ap than plants which are allowed to main stems to develop the plant. Be
last Friday's Congressional was apparent from testimony at the plication. grow naturally. And you need to be careful not to disturb the fruit buds
Hearing ,
at the
University of Florida hearing that the U.S. is lagging behind many careful when you drive stakes into the which appear just above or just below
to discover what is and Philip Savill president of the U.S..
foreign countries in the ground because it's very easy to the point where the leaves are attached
what is not being done in furtherance of the nate development of alter- Solar Corporation, manufacturers of damage plant roots. to the leaf stem.
alternate energy program in this state.It sources of energy. Commissioner of solar collector panels and solar hot
Agriculture Doyle Conner, reporting on a re- water heaters at a plant just south of Some of the popular tomato In summary, staking and pruning
was highly Hampton on SR-S25, was a member of varieties
significant that Starke and which require staking are are important in
steps
Bradford County were featured on two of the cent trip to Brazil, said that'country is "on the panel on solar energy at the hear Floradel, Indian River Manapal, and culture. Staking plants keep/ fruit tomato off
i three panel discussions held in the four-hour target" in the conversion of biomass to ing. Savill stressed the importance of Tropic. Tomatoes which do well left the ground and helps to conserve
I session of testimony before energy, and "has done a better job in this field government aid In developing a program unslaked are Walter Tropl-Red. space in the garden. Not all varieties
Congressmen Don than we have done." for use of solar energy for air Homestead, and Florida M-H-One. need to be staked, however.
Fuqua and Richard Ottinger, chairman and condition Also on the panel was Floramerican may' be staked or

I co-chairman; respectively, of the House Com The same opinion was voiced on April 10 arber, director of the unstaked. Pruning Is done to remove the small
mittee on Science and at the University of Florida's Solar Energy tide branches called
Technology. University of Florida suckers, that
by Dr.
Eric Laboratory( ,
forM One
i Johansson years method of staking which seems form between the main stem and the
First to come into the spotlight was the director of the Swedish Methanical Following the hearing the Burke to work well is to use wooden stakes leaf stem. Pruning reduces the total
I Starke Testing Institute, and one of the that are about six to NUMBER
world' of
feet
project which became a focal point delegation met privately with Fuqua,, eight long fruits that your tomato
during the first panel of the morning leading authorities on gasification, who ex- Ottinger, and Conner and were and one-and-a-half inches wide. Drive plant) will the fruits that
concern the largest .
t ing the production of energy and alcohol from pressed. _amazement. u at the lack of gasification ooiam assured me of their support in efforts to stakes into the soil about two feet deveteo wfil be

f vegetable and waste-wood biomass. Robert cats in me u.a., ana stated his willingness to Starke's existing grant for convening
c power plant to a
Gurin, serving as consultant to starke in its make totally available all of the design and wood-burning operation. Be persis

= application for a $3 million grant to convert performance data that has been so carefully tent was the advice most often given

j our municipal power plant from oil and gas to developed in Sweden and the rest of the world. by these two federal officials on how ,A., r

:: wood, was invited to give a brief but com- Of special significance here is the fact that, government to pursue the has$2 set billion aside the to U.S.find

prehensive discussion of the project. upon reviewing the design of the Starke project alternative energy sources. There are 1
I IW Ir
x Following the Starke Dr. Johannson indicated his conviction of some soo other applications for the _
i presentation Con- its operational viability. money but Starke's application .has
gressman Ottinger made the observation that such merit that it has been planed In
i x the federal Department of Energy might do With Starke's'present'' favorable contract high priority local officials were told.

i well to use the Starke effort as the basis of a on natural gas up for renewal soon, and a stiff

t demonstration film to show to other U.S. increase in price inevitable; and the OPEC na- :

f towns and small cities interested in similar tions threatening further price gouging up to a I KuOA.'t I

t alternate energy projects for their power possible $60 per barrel for oil that a short time

t plants. Apparently the Congressman was Impressed ago cost only $2 a barrel, Starke, as well as I ACTIVITIES F

; with Starke's initiative in trying to other towns and cities across the nation, must;:j "G ,: .

i develop a source of alternate energy for its move to free themselves as soon as possible. [ ,r
fljiitFIsh Fry Friday _
,
5 power plant. from
theirsubserVience: to imported oil.
..f *No Clinic May M
i On the solar energy side, Bradford County If the'DOE i is as serious as it should be, -"rfk; *'Boat Hearing May 27 : _

i also figured prominently with testimony given about developing e Iternate sources of energy, *Senior Citizens WeeklyNo V' .

by Philip Savill, president of U.S. Solar Cor- Starke's grant app ication will undoubtedly oe

f poration, manufacturers of solar collector given serious consideration and careful health clinic will be held Monday ,

panels at their plant near Hampton. Savill review not only a$ a way to assist one small May 29, at the Ktngsley Lake -
g "'tressed' the'fact that town that'has Civic Center due to the Memorial Day
although solar energy shqwn a desire to help itself holiday.
The next clinic will be
f has not yet been developed for air solve its energy problem but also held
condition- ,
as a model Monday June 13. i Home
i ing, it already has several uses, such as hot for hundreds-eveh$ thousands-of other com' Members and guest I of the Garden Pays Big Dividends

water heating, which can be put to practical munities to follow)) in their efforts to end Klngsley Lake Property Owners
J use immediately.1 f dependence Association will enjoy. a fish fry Friday many gardeners had a rough a start
< on foreign oil.) with their iprlng
r' gardens due to the wet-cold held
: 1 May 23, starting at 7 p.m. at the Crawford weather that sway through March. Romle
and
Irighli
John Mixer
;t civic center.All member and special report no such trouble
,patch at the their < "
ftare Invited to attend. east end of W athington Street. "rtr-
.
'. that KLPOA be.
I -Vjk:\.. v'f.' .. t rieerpo+ I.f.." 1 represented by a large delegation at Hellbronn Crawford, a fryer-$4'7tative' of Bradford, farmed for S9 years In the
( Springs section before
flv the bearing to be held at 7:30: p.m. retiring and moving Starke ten years ago.He
I SINCE 1 187M. .1 "' .. ,. M.t 2r, la the Clay County to a firm believer In planting while the "signs are right" and his favorite time to
when "the-slgni are In the twins"
which
"r'l
always "
occurs

I / () e'rt::: a11l''Jr 11 tr. boats diDaIIcit on aU CoveSJII'b\iJ' t r-Crawrord!'dMfllning sayi moon.be"believes that most crop failures are due on to a folks"growing planting moon.en a

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Mixon sayi dsmall
Q. garden b a
good
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I ql/ON. < so .BOBG; FERGUSON JOpNM. MILLER Keystone Heights\ lake : ,
:.t t. l- ;;< '. :. ., I region area and two kind. of squash all summer itoes.
", jj > Publisher* are expected to attend this important. farming he's "sever long. Crawford says la his half eoslnry of
gomehungry yet",
bearing.
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Supper-Meeting; ,

The United Methodist Women met 1
Tuesday evening May u. in';
1 Fellowship Hall for their anuIhtThe l'
covered dish supper-meeting. < '
''Ta''' Family"' under tM'lI '

CuaTQCtlOQ of BvPC tbrdi 2 Muuins"'t II II i.. 1
1 presented highlights of the many" different 1 y }
fypea. of members la all1'll'; ?
, 7 '1'
organization.-. participating in-
\ eluded Mrs. John Schmidt Mrs. War; ; ,
! ran Winkler, Mrs. Bill Adams Mrs!

Andy Whitehead Miss Patty Mulllns, .
I Mrs :Splroe Drives and Mrs. Drew ,," ifp
)R ddlslij.7\il| "'n ,
Puruii;the evening.three member;1 u." Women Miss Cindy Smith
of uw.UWW .werfrjoonorod) with a., 1 'Celebrate Honored At'Brldesmald's
money symbolizing 58m;
.fit Missions Which will be sent trrouugh'' Birthday of WOO' Luncheon.

Menders of BradforMJnioiRetired the district treasurer.. In their name: A ]Mlss Cindy Smith;'whose marriage
o. tile Teachers Association celebrating Mrtodays I
: Mrs. A.J. Eaves,mare the presentation In celebration: of the Mth birthday ,{t to Larry White will be an event ofSatWday
-:-rmeetlntf: In held April Thursday.and May May wore ISt treated' te.. a cake In their. 'honor.at a luncheon-: thanking eacjb for their long and '1 of .the Women' of the Church: the 1' night May 24. was honoredat \
faithful service to the UMW and the'church
r." Celebrating : ,
"PP r Sunday night Recrea- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Olin
lathe .
guest FRA chairman ef Cultural' Grace Adams Watson ; .
a aad Faulkner .. AUalrtr Stevens Georgia. Nelson Green and Mrs. L.J. Green. I Uon u.. Mt ''White given by Mrs. Robert White
Mara
President Mrs. D.W. Thornton announced -' and Mrs. Michael White of
the,current projects underway -' The youth Send a play entitled Gainesville.
1 Include parsonage and educational "Here I Am .' '. under the cloths over yellow linen
Retired Teachers Celebrate Army-Navy
.. Birthdays; building renovations.' She'thanked i" direction of Miss Elaine Harris,youth were used on the two dining tablMl.I .
""
everyone for their support at leader and ,doctorial: student at the Centerpieces were) arrangements of
the Fair booth and the past soup/chill University of Florida. Joey Herres' :I yellow and bronze day lilies.
Members of "The Christians: Use of TIme." luncheons. "I'll Walk With God' '
the. Bradford-Union was sang accom-i -I Place cards marked the seating arrangement
Retired Teachers Association met .In, President Miss Kathryne Epperson The approximately 50 ladles attending -, panled at the plane by. Mrti W.H. i--r for the ten guests which
Lake Butler Thursday presided over the business meeting.: .enjoyed the supper served at Thomson. The play was based on this Included the honoree her mother
the monthly covered dish luncheon Hunter about benefits for tables covered with yellow cloths and year's objective, funded by the birth- Mrs. Robert Smith the four
and business meeting. retirees and Miss Stevens spokes decorated with magnolia blooms day objective special offering. bridesmaids Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson
17 former teachers ''attended the about retirement and membership in followed by a delJ&btfullJl'Oll'llm. The objective this Is"V outh In grandmother and Mrs. Olin White
meeting along with guests FRA chairman the state wide organization. The year
of
mother the prospective groom.
Service a Tithe of Life", through
of Cultural Affairs Grace Adams guests also told about the state convention -, the I Diane Foo.i >!>. '
which adults will be given
Stevens and former Smith which will be held In St. young
Kirby prin-- HomeTo
Starke
Nursing \ to offer two of their
Hunter. in A opportunity yean Diane Fox,
cipal Dwight Petersburg September.
life In service to God through youth Smith
... Rev. David Waller gave an insplratlonal workshop will be held in Lake City Hold Open House ministry In smaller churches Inten-. Steven Earnest, Miss Cindy
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before lunch. His topic also in September. 4 Shower HonoreeMiss
message To conclude National Nursing alve training will equip these young Engagement'AnnouncedMr
Home Week The Starke Nursing adults to conduct an effective youth Cindy Smith was complimented -
I St. Edward's Altar SocietyClaire Home wants to Invite the public to our ministry "train lay people to continue: and Mrs. 'Fox of at a linen shower Thursday -
Brunetti president, presidedat presented by Mary Gissy to serve the Open House and Fun Fashion Show this ministry; and emerge a generation Jacksonville announce the\,engagement ,' May 8, given by Mrs. Muriel .
the meeting 01 St. Edward's Altar Society during I960 and 1961 were to be held Saturday May M, between of young adults vital to the of their daughter Diane Louise Gay Mrs. M.R. Judd and Mrs. J.L.
3-Sp.m.. .. i,backbone leadership In the church Andrews at the home of the latter on
President -
,
held Earnest
Society in the parish hall Tuesday unanimously accepted: Fox to Steven Ersklne son
evening May S. Altar Chairman Carol Ashline; Vice-president Ruth Come out and join us In lots of fun v and In the world. of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace. A.. Collins of W. Madison Street. LI
Antoinette'' COBS announced that Meng; Secretary Jane Bawek; and and laughter. For further information J Mrs. Robert Paterson, president of Hampton. Attractive .arrangements roses &
-Gerri Phillips and Mrs. Brunetti have Treasurer Betty Dazlnski. Installation contact Beverly McGee. Activity the Women of the Church, was 'in No wedding date has been set. and daisies highlighted points of In- 'N',
.1'
altar care during the month of June. of these officers is to take place Coordinator at 964-6220. charge of the covered dish dinner. terest in the party rooms for the occa f

'hunt ShaUer told of visits to on Sunday June 1. at the Western sion.1 '
jn!.!.,ten and cards sent to those who Steer Steak House In Starke. KL Over 55'rs Games were played and prizes
awarded after the honoree
W bereaved. y.x- ., HonoredAt which
or : Couple
:::L'oo'\arn.were' v Antoinette Stefanelli as International Following the meeting Have Craft Program: opened her many lovely and useful
Dinner
refreshments were served by the Party
"1001 Affairs Chairman gave Infor- hostess Antoinette Stefanelli. Mrs. T.H. Slade who returned Klnesley Lake "OVer SSers" met at The refreshment table was covered
students In '
)! nirnatlon, homes. on placing. foreign Saturday after a week In St.Vincent'sHodpltal I, Hiss Kitten Hull and Steve Den the Kingsley Lake Civic Center with an imported cutwork linen cloth
juij Reverend Father Martin Jung- an- had her daughters a* mark, whose' marriage was an eventof Thursday May 15, at 11 a.m. for a over pink Jersey cloth and centered
liiri. nounced that Summer Religion visitors during the weekend: Mrs. Saturday, May 17, were honored at sack lunch. with an arrangement of roses In a
Charles Sawyer of Jacksonville, Mrs. dinner Lucille Raulerson end Ella Mae
for 8thI'.grades a party Saturday night May crystal vase flanked by pink tapers in
.. classes would pre-primary be held from through June 16 Hospital AuxiliaryDinnerMeeting John Wheichel of Boca Raton and 10. at the River Club In Jacksonville Cottle had a large display of crystal holders. The punch bowl was
!svocthru June 27. Three Sisters of Charity Mrs. Michael O'Brian 'of South ,given by Mr. and Mrs..T.H. Slade. needlework and related crafts which encircled with a garland of fern interspersed
Miami. could be learned. Mrs. Hauler-
"'..s..wlll be conducting these classes. Monday Night May 26 Centering the dining table was an son brought easily patterns and yam for The hostesses with rose presented buds. the
Jnelq Mrs. Brunetti reported on the Cono and Mrs. Charles Lawson, son ;arrangement of snapdragons. fuji
Mr. .. each person to make a yam flower. honoree with a place mat set with
vention of the St. Augustine Diocesan of mums, carnations: and bachelor but-
Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary Alan 'and daughter, Laurie Paul Raymond was In charge of matching napkins and napkin rings
10 :::Council of Catholic Women held Tallahassee were last Friday overnight ,tona. and Millie
will hold their May dinner-meeting games easy exercises. and corsage as a memento of the oc- c
She
in Galnesvllla. then
-recently of Altar Society activities gave Monday night. May 26, at 6:30 p.m. at guests of his parents, .Mr. and Among the five couples attending Anderson of the Clay Co. Council on casion.
010 during a report her term as president of the the Western Steer Steak House. Mrs H.A. Lawson. .:.were. Mr. and Mrs. S.G.: Denmark Aging discussed the Meals on Wheels Twenty guests were Invited to attend
VHK organization. Annual reports of the standing committees parents of the anJMr. program available. for the Kingsley between the hours 7:30 and 9
i i The following slate of officers will be given. Jerry Moran'of FSU'was. home ; and Mrs. MJ.vSandeders01oon of Lake area. p.m. including the honoree's mother
ui Thursday to Monday., Gainesville It was decided to meet every Thursday Mrs. Robert E.Smith and prospective
lua.IL ) at 1 p.m. In the Kingsley Lake groom's mother Mrs. Olin White.
911tH'A Civic Center for crafts, games and exercises.

A jw., ..,. ", La, :,'''hs , ,. low .;ilnin -'oot. "" ,. ... .,..-". All interested adults in the

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1 TBVTSACTION: t, '. Ing on May M, there will be NO Health BIRTHSJeanna .
: '. : Clinic at Kingsley Lake Civic Centeron

III.IIJ: .. ,f I.; ." .; .r". \ SLACKS.:::: : ; '. .,'... the Monday.center will The be next June Health 23 for Clinic all age at Elise Talley

_. \ .. groups. Mr. and Mrs. James Talley III. of
t' "' Athens. Ga. announce the birth of a
Eastern Star daughter Jeanna Elise on April 22 In
I '::i" I Athens, Gar She joins a slater Jessica
Supper May 24 ((3 yearsand) a brother Jonathan ((1

\ :;:: Perhaps the most comfortable slacks a man can we r. Starke chapter #224. Order of the year Paternal. are Mr. and
Eastern Star.will have a covered dish grandparents
'1' I supper Saturday. May 24, at 7 p.m. in Mrs. J.B. Talley, Jr.. of Starke.
the Masonic Hall. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and
IIn/I'/ / .All Masons and their families are Mrs. C.S. Haddock, Sr.. of Kingsland

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>.Mr*< Annie JoellenbeckTeturned to Sen. and Mrs. Charley; .john and
her home in Berlin Germany Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Johns were in
'withhef Tallahassee, last Wednesday attending
1 r\ ; after six weeks visit
r ':'::-: daughter, Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen the Senate Old TImer's Day.
.. ., and family.
>' ,-'. 1....;{ ,!I. Mr*. O.L. Haynes Jr., and
.. t 7w a+ kf Judge and Mrs. Elzle Sanden and daughter Anne, spent the weekend in
r ;y..& family attended the Coppage family ,Deland and attended the graduation
,, .... i reunion Sunday in Hahira, Ga. of a niece, Dana Fromhagen from
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f.\ 1 1 / Stetson University Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
s ,Howe Moredock of Miami has purchased Haynes' mother, Mrs. David G.
the S.L. Peek, Jr. home on N. Scott of Decatur, Ga., returned with
Church Street. her for two weeks visit.

'Mrs. Elizabeth Vining of Palatka Edgar H. Dukes will return to his
was last Wednesday visitor.of her home in Milton. Mass., on Saturday
v aunt, Mrs. L.D.. Vining. after 10 days visit with his mother;
Mrs Alvin Kirkland and family.
!
s Mrs. Mac Baldwin Is visiting her
s. 1Cv parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pipkinin

Officer Installed the Woman'Club May Breakfast Ritch (standing In for Mrs.William Wilson)and Mr.W.H., Bonifay from Monday to Thursday. Harrison of New
are(l-ri Mr.Olin White. Mrs. Douglas Hardy Mri. D.W. Thom_. Tom Orleans
Whl'fen. Mrs. Lout T. Young. Mr. J.E. Hardy Mrs. II.C. Doyle Conner of Tallahassee visited visited his grandparents,' Mr. and
his father, Leon Conner over the Mrs. A.S. Harrison Monday to

Annual May Day Breakfast Held At Starke\Woman's ClubMrs. guest weekend of Mr.''and and was Mrs.Sunday Felix Sapp.dinner Wednesday.Mr. .

and Mrs. Curtis Edwards and
included receiving an award at the Bradford Players, volunteered our Mrs. P.D. Reddish Is visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kirkland spent
W.H. Thomson was installed Florida Federation Woman's Club club house and services to Santa Fe and Mrs. Kirby Padgett Wednesdayto the weekend at Steinhatchee.
president of the Starke Woman's Clubat ': Convention at Orlando by Mr*. L.T. Community 'College for their Fall Friday in Plant City.
the annual May Breakfast held Young for beautification, two carwashes Festival of the Performing Arts and Miss Anne Haynes was in Savan-
Saturday, May 17,at 10:30: a.m.under two rummage sales, two lun- followed! each concert with a recep- Glen Reddish and children and nah, Ga.. Monday and Tuesday to at-
the direction of Mrs. W.C. Powell cheons and cake sales, Christmas tion.The Frank Crowder and children of tend a concert at Savannah Christian
chairman assisted by Mrs.. R.A. L Tour of Homes and Mini Bazaar, Starke Woman's Club will sponsor Fayetteville, N.C. were weekend Academy which her sister, Mrs.
Green, Sr., Mrs. Houston McCIane. refurbishment of the club' house a Plano-Thon on Monday, May 26 guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Reddish Bobby Welch was conductor.
'1 Mrs. G.J. McGriff Sr., Mrs. Curtis I P Special Olympics participation: from 4:30: to 8:30: p.m. at the clubhouse and visited other relatives while here.
Sanders, Mrs. J.D. Warren Mrs. donated banner to Bradford County for the benefit of the club and They also attended the Blue-Orange Local students receiving their
: Lester Crews and Mrs. James Special Olympics; six members for community projects. Football Game at the University of diplomas at the Stetson University
,d: Blackshear. donated approximately 65 hours to Refreshments will be served at the Florida on Saturday. commencement exercises on Sunday,
i Mrs. Powell greeted the guests at the Special Olympics tryouts in the end of each hour. Sponsorships may May 18 were: Verle R.CRobble( ) Best,
the door and introduced them to the field of Arts and Crafts. The woman's be purchased for a donation of $1.00 Peggy Joiner and daughter,Kim of a BA degree in physical education;
receiving line composed of Mrs. Club was privileged to sponsor the each. Admission at the door will be Leesburg, were visiting her parents Margaret E. Phillips, a BA degree in
Thomson, Mrs. Hazel Satterfield. olay "Paint Your Wagon' under the $1.00 for those who have not already Mr. and Mrs. Loran Conner over the history and. political science.
district director for district four Mrs. direction: of Richard Jockel with the paid a pupil. weekend.
Robert Hall, president of the JuniorWomen's ,
Club, Miss Tammy Powell, '
president of the Little Women's Club
and Mrs. W.S. Haas. *
Members and guests were seated at / xf
tables covered with pale pastel col- Ik ., *
ored cloths and centered with bud Relax&Save !
vases covered in either pink, blue, I IMr.

yellow, fushia. green or lavender .V.J.SpenglerClub
to which identical
crepe paper Woman of the Year
streamers were attached. Each bud
vase held a bouquet of pastel colored Mrs. V.J. Spengler, Mrs. R.A. Green,
silk flowers. Sr., Mrs. L.A. Canova, Mrs. John SOFT DRINKS & CHIPS!
Officers, guests and past presidentswere Griffin, Mrs. Herbert Ritch, Mrs.
seated at a long table which heldf C.H. Nasworthy, Mrs. J.W. Kincaid,
three arrangements of lavender Mrs. Marguerite Hall and Mrs. J.A.
stokesias and pink and yellow roses. Griffin. Husbands, guests of the club,
Joey Herres, pianist and soloist recognized for their assistance with
f rendered a musical program during club projects were: V.J. Spengler Attorney _
the breakfast hours. Mrs. Lester Jess Wolbert, Dr. Wayne Whif _
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I Crews gave the opening prayer and fen, Lou Young and Richard Jockel. !
Mrs. W.B. Mundy gave the devo- Mrs. V.J. Spengler was presented a : '
tional. gift and named "Club Woman of the p SLICED QUARTER ,
Officers for the coming year were Year". aa
installed by Mrs. Satterfield. Duringthe Mrs. Douglas Hardy was presenteda rI PORK LOIN -
installaion she presented each officer gift for outstanding leadership and
with a handmade magnolia Mrs. Louis T. Young received a girtr' r OR COUNTRY

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r Elected officers for the coming J.J. Wolbert.sponsor of Little Women Spread 88*
year are: president Mrs. W.H.Thomson made a report from Little Women and LYKES AVI lotlU TO. ; first vice-president, Mrs. presented the club with a check In the ALL'MEAT SKILLET BRAND Cold O' Corn 5U.tH..D..CItOtC. *
William Wilson; second vice- amount of $200. One of the main activities :- ... GRILL SLICED MA.OUUM. .
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J.D.Whiffen Warren; recording; corresponding secretary, Mrs. $500.Mrs. W.H. Thomson presented a Bnls. Round Steak .u2s $-JL 099PKC. 1 LBPKG.. 79c Fyne Spred Oleo. 3/1
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secretary, Mrs. Douglas Hardy; and check for $400, proceeds from play,
treasurer, Mrs. Olin White. "Paint Your wagon" to Richard Chuck Steak. . ,.$188 HYGRADEHOT Cream Cheese. . 68f12o
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Dimes. Mr. Jockel presented vases, Chuck sr:7DI..5178: : : ,
each containing a silk to .LM DOGS
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Cathy Grader was a messenger in assistance to the dinner theater overt Bnls. Stewing Beef. PACKAGE ..
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,, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns and $80 to the senior club as a contributionfrom Mvf W-IUMC.MAIMUI Fried Chicken199 PURE FLORIDA Lykes Grill Franks. $288
Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson were the members of the JuniorWoman's Tyson's ORANGE JUICE
Saturday overnight of Mr. and MVI Ta M MC MNIflV MM
guests Club. Mrs. W.S. Haas was
j Mrs. Earl Joyner on the St. Johns reinstated as club member and Mrs. HALF GALLON (: Meat Grill Franks. $248
River near Green Cove Springs and Guy Edwards was voted in 99 MVI....TMCMtNAmi VAUIT HICtO S. ...
as a new CARTON
attended the Joyner's house warming member. LOTS OF CHICKEN SAVE 401IKJUT Cooked Hams. v v $138MVI
i Saturday night. Club accomplishments for the year R UO Cms. WITH RACK 1yr'! W- Its....HJCIO' COOMO W AAa CM MKIO
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._ ., S\ Susan K. Barry Completes Course j i 11I
# .. Girl Scout Newsby I p ,
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Conducted ai'the Naval Technical '. of it

Navy Storekeeper(? Seaman Appren Training Center, Meridian, Miss., the Gainesville. Senior:
tice Susan James1 Wlllarr\)' \ loo Sixth St. eight-week course Is designed to pro- Phone 94-5812 punch on the ,patio before dinner. J a
I Starke, ''has completed the bailiestorekeeper ; vide, students with the technical The month of May has been an ex- i Every thing was good to eat and the CNa
course. knowledge and skills essential for effective citing Girl Scout month for the Cadet-- 'program was very impressive. Our
a
performance as storekeepers tes in Starke. After a marvelous trip guest speakerwas Lee Hackney,
She joined. the Navy in October 1979. ,aboard ships and at shore activities. to Busch Gardens, the First Class former president of SBP and now In

(1" y"J-- I Scouts were on their way to 'the United States Navy. First Class )
I Tallahassee May 10 was the state- Cadettes were honored and welcomedinto / 1)tr
trrdonad Seniors
; wide reception for First Class Scoutsat and Senior Seniors were '
Browak-McDougall House, hosted welcomed into Adult Girl Scouting. l'v

> Guy W.'Smith were on the President'sList Hull-Denmark wedding Saturday proud to have of wright received their roses this year
at St. Johns River'Community night were Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Vickers Cadette Troop 520 earn, First Class we are proud of them and their many

College for Term II. students.. of Brunswick, Ga.;! Ben Y. Saxon and this year: Michelle 'Kimutls. Julee accomplishments, and do not plan. to
,
t tv Mrs. Carolyn McGraw of Melbourne Wise, Theresa Ricks and Carmen lose them ,' : \

Capt. and Mrs. Micky Dansby and Mrs. .Penny Saxon, Benjamin. Can- Eaves. It was a thrill to be pinned by Those attending the Banquet from
family of Colorado Springs, Colo., Air dace and Military Saxon, Mrs. J.W. Mrs. Graham and be introduced to Starke Included: Mr. and Mrs. Her ). Y trnlJ
Force Base, will arrive this weekendto Deaver and Miss Jamie Deaver of people from all over Florida. While In man Schoening, Catherine Schoening,
spend three weeks with his parents, Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mizell Tallahassee we toured the CapitolBuilding Dawn Schoening Betsy Yawn. Joyce
Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby. While Mn and Mrs. Tim Netzley and Mr.. and enjoyed lunch at the DellIn Walnwrlght Pam Pratt, Julee Wise,.
here' Danuby will attend two weeks and Mrs. H.T. Everett of Satellite the Adams Street Mall. A beautiful Carmen Eaves. Theresa Ricks, .
training at Eglin AFB. Beach, Mr.and Mrs. Tom Bates Mrs. day, Barbara Ricks and I enjoyed the Michelle Kimutls. Lila Rae Yawn I, I l. j .... .:..NS

Catheryn Dancy,, Mn. Lyle Buck. event as much as the Cadettes. Laurie Mullins and Carolyn Eaves. It Square Dance Caller Honored.
Mrs. Billy Buck Mr. and Mrs. Bob Carmen Julee was a nice afternoon. ..
'J i Mr. and Mrs, Jeff Warren and sons Sunday, May 18, ,
of Grandin spent the weekend with his Blake, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Holt Mrs. Theresa and Michelle were recognized Now that school is almost over It is Gil Crosby right caller for the StlWberry, Swingers, and hU wife Jackie
parents Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren. Worth Hull. Mrs. Kate Snead, and:' during the morning worship at the 'time to think about camps. There will black dress, were honored on the fourth anniversary of his calling for the
i Scott Hull, all of Palatka, Mr. and First United Methodist Church. Rev. be a General Program at Resident square dance club. Crosby holds up a plaque presented by the Club. Mrs.Marty
Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Loudon of Tampa Mrs. T.C, Chastain, III of Gainesville George Harper presented their First Camp Chowenwaw, Session 3, 'July Barry Is at left and Club President John Greene Is holding the microphone.

were Friday to Tuesday guests ol Miss Sue Morris of Beverly, Ky., and Class Badge to each of them. It Is 20-August 1. Also Aquatics has an
Mr. and Mrs A.G. Loudon. H.V. Saxon of Pompano Beach. really appropriate the scouts be in the excellent staff but needs scouts!1 I. The Strawberry Swingers SQuare.. Square dancing as it is practiced today
Methodist Church since that Is where Dance Club met at the Western Steer Is graceful and enjoyable U
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stilley of their troop meets each week. In addi- Family Steak House on May 15 to watch but the fullest pleasure comes
It Jacksonville were Sunday visitors of tion during their Brownie, Junior and Q 'honor their caller Gil T. Crosby and from participation in the dance. It Is
Mrs.W.B.:Mundy spent last Sundayto Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Buford. Cadette years as scouts, they have his wife,Jacque. Forty members and at once challenging, stimulating,
Thursday in Tallahassee with her met In the Christian Church, guests attended the dinner. A white relaxing and, above all, it is fun.
,daughter. Miss Jean Mundy Jimmy Andrews of Miami will be Presbyterian, Catholic and Episcopal orchid corsage was presented to Jac- A new square dancing class will
home for the weekend visiting his Churches thank you to the chur- que at the dinner. begin in September so come then and
Mr, and Mrs.. Guy Sale were in parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Andrews. ches for providing the meeting places GU has been caller for the club Join In the good times. ;
Madison over the weekend and at- during the past years. All four of the since it was founded In January of
tended his 50th class reunion at Robbie Best of Starke was First Class Scouts have been active in 1976. He has taught four square dance
Madison High School on Saturday. presented a Florida Baptist Foundation their troops. Congratulations to them. The temperature of' classes since that time and has made S.G. and J.E. Denmark ,

Award at the Stetson University Sunday afternoon was the annual the Interior of the the Strawberry Swingers into one of Host Rehearsal
annual honors awards assembly at Senior Planning Board Banquet this sun It estimated at 20 the best clubs In the Northeast

the college recently. year held at the Holiday Inn in million degrees Fahrenheit Florida area. Dinner FridayMr.
After the dinner the club and and Mrs. S.O.' Denmark and
guests enjoyed an evening of fun and Dr. and Mrs. J.E. Denmark were j
dancing at the First Methodist hosts at a dinner party Friday night r
Church Fellowship Hall. at the home of the latter on Parker '
During the evening Mrs. Millie Oa- Street honoring Steve Denmark and
teen a club officer recited a Kitten Hull following the couple's

Weekend beautiful and very expressive poem wedding rehearsal. i'.
Long which she composed In a tribute to The buffet dinner was served in the

Gil.A dining room where the table was
short skit was presented spoofingthe covered with a yellow linen cloth and
considerable abilities of Gil as a centered with an arrangement of
caller and then as a complete surprise white dogwood. Guests ate from
Mrs.,Anne Greene, a club officer wooden plates at tables covered with
presented him with a walnut spring.flowered cloths and centered

BUNS BURGERS FRANK'SIDELMONTE plaque bearing a graceful dancing with roses and candles. The dining
couple done In brass. An Inscription tables were set around the pool I where
noted the occasion and sentiments of candles were floating and tiki torches

lilyr.'!) the Strawberry Swingers. also lent a beautiful touch.

.Jf 1P Among the guests were the wedding

1A party, Rev. and Mrs. George Harper,
Burge Searing Mrs. Charles Darby, Mr. and Mrs.
Presents Recital Joel M. Hull. Scott Hull and Mrs.

Kate Snead of Palatka,
parents
Burge Searing presented a program brother and grandmother of the
tl1i
of and
20th
century piano brlde elect, Mrs. Carolyn McGraw
clarinet music 18 at the
Li.1 DRINKS Sunday May Melbourne H.V. Saxon of Pompano
9; ,: Cummer Gallery. Beach and Miss Sue Morris of Beverly
PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT. member of the music
f ?ylh Searing, a Ky. I I
PINEAPPLE ORANGE 1
Jacksonville
faculty at University
Cookw.ire OR PINK PINEAPPLE V Assisting in serving were Stacey
: Ii /I IO and son of Mrs. E.B. Searing of and Allison Denmark and Mark Mit I

-, .... Starke, Is a skilled pianist with a high chell. -
degree of concentration. The honored couple presented gifts '
SAHARA DESIGN His of Maurice
performance to their attendants during the even. .1
i ... -..- .... .. ,. .; 46orCAN I' r Ravel's Le Tombaau dR Couparln was ing.. .,. ....
FEATURE OF ,. ,/ impressive. It was playful or pensive : r1;
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I '"" and overall
3 THE WEEK' F p! as required, produced an
1 o effect that was bright cool and James Talley. Ill r
controlled. Searing's I
thoroughly
$ phrasing and his attention to the Receives DegreeJames
:
IQTS9tN ( <= dynamics of the work were especially B. Talley HI son of Mr. and

59 49 notable. Mrs. Jim Talley of Starke recently
The performing of Serge Pro- received his Masters of Education
1 kofiev's Sonata No. 7 is a complexone Degree in Adult Education from the ,

offering the artist opportunitiesfor University of Georgia Athens Ga. .
PLUS TAX SAVE 20' pyrotechnics and sensitivity. Talley is a 1965 graduate of Brad- :
SAVE 10'JN.MIlllY
Searing delivered both, Investing the ford High School. He Is also a .s
work with tension, restless energy a graduate of Santa Fe Community Col-
brooding lyricism and rich drama.' lege and the University of Florida.
........ Both of the difficult piano works in- where he received his B.S. degree in I
cluded on Sunday's program were education In 1974.:

/: 'AVO Jle\ performed with authority and profes-. He Is currently employed at Jefferson -
SAVf ir...,...AtSOIIHD lUNnr -J- sional attention to detail. High School Jefferson, Ga. while
Ore-Ida Fries. 89
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Pillsbury Cake MlXIS., ". 1" MVt fr....,lI. .IJiis The portion of the program devotedto pursuing his doctorate degree in
'_ 'Oflll clarinet music was less profes- Adult Education.

GENERIC Kraft Mustard. . 59 SEALTEST .Country Time I,a/n./I. 12/51// sional. Talley is married to the former
fAVINfull1NJb,1' ':r1AV Sunday was Searing's first public Phyllis Haddock of Starke and I
Ir ICE
toe couwr rANIRr PRIa' WNIn CREAM
Morton Fried Chickens229MERCHANDISE performance as a clarinetist. Gainesville and they have three
9" Paper Plates. . 97 It came about he said because he
'' "", children,Jessica Jonathan and Jean-
.II Jo ASSORTIO HALF fAVarlcMV / found a clarinet In a couple -
pawn shop
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Bread. 89
Sanwa Ramen NOOars..4/ GAUON Sl69 . of years ago and decided to see
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1 u! IACRice WIIH?.Ml. At. . . 77_ Weight"M f AH MAYONNAISE Watchers 99'IN ... how much that he he remembered played through of the high instrument

Is of the
school Alas forgotten
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clarinet In 15 years of letting the skills
Spaghetti tint Wtfrt MUttMOOMI Sauce. 89Waffle'. Syrup. . .79 e Clairol Clairmist 2/$1 lie idle than can be rekindled In Iwo

Inf IA NrCUtAK fAVl.e.*IniOMlA( ,I0..WO. "I ,INIf) years of renewed practice.A .4'-a ,
Crape 1 jelly. 79 Marshmallows . 3/$1 COLGATE Right guard $1" setting of English folk songs by
looroLfcf ......rG......nllo. .... TOOTHPASTE OIOOOANf. ,Ralph Vaughan Williams two Major-
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Facial Tissue..49' Marshmallows . 3/'l can melodies by Joseph Horovitz and
f fnr MAC AIOMA CHIIW' ...... Clairol Condition. $129 Francis Foulenc's Sonata for Clarinet
.co".w. DN/OSAeo' .
Dinner 5VegWableOil.,89 r L\VlLIN ....'< .AII.'H' and Piano showed control
Searing's
A. i *735 7oTC1BE Si Peter's in Rome Is theworld's
Pampers Diapers. Dexatrim o.u$249lAVVMT
SAVE 26' SI09 Capsules and technique to be poor his high largest church,
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to111 DARK I4NNNL i. tH>'N O.I. tones unreliable and his low tones fuz- six and hold-
covering acre
,lAwCNiAMr Pampers Diapers..2/338 Hawaiian 5229 ry. He was accompanied in these
Tropic. ing tome 80,000 people.
Peanut Butter. ..89 I
works Jane Stafford.
MM"AHOKTIO w cii rm by pianist Mary
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Peanut 'Butter. ::89Prmgle's Extra Chips Playing the clarinet. Searing told -- -"--' :
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KICI. HK.MUM. A.O". fINGl1"; rfN .68sIVORY ... the audience, was the fun part of The nightingale famed of
*1"ICH yesterday's recital for him. Perhaps song and lore ll found In I
Trash 51 r7? A(
IAIL Bags. Pringle's-Extra Chips. IacwfncIeIIa Glasses. so, but listening to him play the piano Europe but I is not nativeto :I.
Kitchen Bags. 0.79* 4 toAUOHIIO IWIN M m SOAP Ge .3/)9' was a lot more fun for the audience, anywhere west of. the R
Pringle's Potato Ch.ps684JPERSONAL Atlantic.
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Brooker 'S hooll'J'ews'\I ,, '
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On Brooker We also awarded the following

1.1''', Elementary Bchoelaheld3its Annual parents certificates for their service .
lljri' tit f. ,ByEU..IMtIIT PTA Awards Program The following as Parent Volunteers:: Mrs Karen :. by Elizabeth G.Walker
I in.I I ( ii I i Phone 182-330* students, received awards. Smith Mrs. Pat Pardee/ Mrs. /64- 6S3
PERSONALS' Student Censor TerI Jakab, president Margaret Dyal, Mrs. >Bobbie,Jones phone
Mr. ,and Mrs. VtJF. Atwood visiting church from Halford will conduct
and and Mrs. Ruth ,. '
will'be
Mr. and Mrs T. Boyce Chastaln their aunt, Mrs. Pierce Crews ,David Hamilton vice-president, Douglas. I Banquet: An Award 'Banquet services Saturday the Union
I hosts for a graduation were Debbie Parrlsn, secretary, PriscUla Brooker Elementary would like to NAACP Saturday
were party business\ visitors to Jacksonville given by the Choir will rehearse at the church at f.p.m. .
i front wnlor' class of Bradford High Thursday.Mr. on Welch, treasurer. Representatives express a very special thanks to the May 24. In RJE Cafeteria, 8 p.m. Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. Mon
School and clue at Santa Iran elassost Sherri Harrell following parents who served as PTA and
sophomore Kelly All clllzens
Donation $10. Rev.
Mrs 11 a.m. Jonathan
and W.S.. Crews, Sr., Sabrina officers for the 197940! school yeard. ning Worship
College which was Bigham, Michael Navalany With
Community members asked to cooperate
are Gainesville will
visited their mother, Mrs. Pierce Manly from preach.
William J. Chas-. Christl and Mr. Jim Countryman, president, Mr. will be
son, Starling. Nipper Brian this activity. The speaker Church wU
Crews afternoon. Baptist )be
givenentheir on Sunday 3
Jim Kendrick
Kendrlck. vice-president, Mrs.
y evening May 13 at Judge Stephen P. Mickle of p.m.rAgntioch
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sherring and in
Ethel Douglas, Mrs.
their home at Safety Palrel Ted Jakab Secretary-and
Lawtey.The of visited their : captain, Gainesville. Zion. AME Church: Every Tuesday
family Starke. Mt. -,
grandmother ,
Linda Cox treasurer. Brooker has
guests Included: Mrs. William Suzanne Dyal, sergeant Sherri Har- The monthly'meeting of the
Notice: Men's
Mrs.. B.L. Sr. 7:30 Choir rehearses Day
B. Layman of Jacksonville, Mr. and Saturday.Mr. Wllkison on ret, lieutenant Paula Green, Kelly had a fine year with the help of the Concerned Citizens of Bradford County will, be observed Sunday beginning
Mrs.: Weyandt (Pap) of Middleburg( Blgham, Judy Godwin Darrell Polk, PTA and these officers. 22, at
and Mrs.Gaston Smith and Mr., will be held Thursday, May with Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning
New officers elected for the 1980-81
father and mother of the newly Avia- Jill Moore,Helen McRae,Keith Starl- 7:30: In RJE Cafeteria. All membersand with ''
and Mrs. Smith Jacksonville Philadelphia
of 11 a.m.
'
George Worship
school year are as follows: Mr. Lloyd
tion Ordnance Master Chief William ing, Audrey Pierce, Tammy interested citizens are Invited. to services.
.
conducting 3
were Saturday supper Etilwell, president Mr. Allen Crews Baptist p.m.
,
Weyandt, U.S.N. William. Cate, guestsMr. Thomason, Debbie Parrlsh Deena ;
their brother and be present. St.. John Baptist Church pastor and
Isis vice-president Mrs. Ethel Douglas,
retired U.S.N.and daughter,Miss Cox David Hamilton and Pam WillIngham. ; CIIURCH ACTIVITIES .
and Mrs. Smith. will conduct services
Linda Cote Kilbert Humberto Pas Henry secretary and Mrs. Nancy McDavid, Greater Bethlehem Freewill Bap-, congregation
Chief and Mrs. Gustafson Invited
Wayne
Call, an International Exchange College and daughters Kristen and Anna ofPensacola TRonorStudents: Kdgn HoIIleStafford. treasurer. tint Church Tiny Tots rehearse each Everyone Bon Church of the WvlngGod
After the regular and elec- First
student,son of the prominent Dr. 1st Kevin Snow, 2nd Kelley meeting Monday at 7:30. Senior Choir .
AJelJo Pal VUlalobos o.' Maturim spent a few days with Dyal 3rd Brian Kendrick 4th tion of new officers, a slide presentation : Bible Study 6:30: ( Sunday. ;
Prayer
rehearses at 8 Tuesday
their Mr. and Mrs. Bill p.m. Service.
parents Sabrina of the school and activities for day 7:30: Tarrying
Venezuela,the family ofBTCThomasDewberry Starling 6th > Sherri Harrell
Dobbs and Chris. Mrs. Gus isfsoa will Meeting at 7:30.: Wednesday BIye'sCircle School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11
the was presented by Mrs. Susan
USN of Lawtey Mr. and and. 8th Ted Jakab. year will meet in the home of Jhon-
remain little 6
Mrs.' Ronnie Dyer of Orange Park a longer. A-B Honor Roll Students Sandra Scott, Librarian a.m. Evening Worship p.m.
nle Mae Cuffee. Thursday 7:30: Story
Leon Conner and Mrs. Pierce Chorea of God
and Mr. Mark G. Gee of Lawtey.Mr. Green, Paul McDavid, Kevin Starling Upcoming events to remember areas Hour at the church. Friday, 8 p.m. Free Canaan True In
Crews attended the Flower Show at each
Prayer Meeting Monday
follows Unity
: County Physical Fitness
Tommy Drawdy, David SUcox
and Mrs. Benton Futch of Union Correctional Center at Raiford Suzanne Dyal. Stephanie Galney,, Meet Thursday, May 22; Junior Ushers and Choir School will at 7:30.: Prayer Band each Tuesday
Starke visited their aunt. Miss on Friday. Sarah Russell Thornton Kindergarten Orientation'.. May 22 rehearse. Sunday all Sunday 7:30.: Choir rehearses Wednesday at
Douglas ,
Elizabeth Terry on Friday morning.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee visited Michael Williams (today): Teacher-Student Softball classes will have breakfast together. 7:30.: Sunday School at .
Richard Chesser and their aunt Mrs. Coral of Kyle Starling Sunday School 9:30: a.m.. Morning
and Mrs. Titus James Smith David Newborn and Game Friday, May 23; School Film ing Worship Ua.m.Evening Worship
family,of Sanford Mr.and Mrs. Randy Hawthorne, In Alachua General Worship 11 am. Dinner 12 noon. .
... ,Josh Crawford. Friday, May 30; Chicken Dinner and 6p.m.New '
of Jacksonville, Mr. and Hospital Gainesville on Sunday Evening services 8 p.m. Church
Harley Physical Fitness Presidential Play-Saturday,May 31. Dinners will School Bethel Baptist Each
Mrs.. Wayne Massey and family were afternoon.Mrs. Award: David Hamilton and Darrell be served from 5 to 8 p.m. Notice! Daily Vacation Bible Wednesday prayer service at 7 p.m.
Mother's 1 Day dinner guest of their Shirley Walters, of Feasterville Polk. Achievement Award "Everybody Loves a Rainbow4' a will start June 1 from 6-8 p.m. The All members are asked to motor with.
j Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Harley. Pa.,spent the weekend with Mr. : Audrey theme will be given next week. to Lake Butler
parents Pierce, Loranzo Prescott,Tim Davis, play by the students of Brooker Rev. Simmons,pastor,
I Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis and and Mrs Barry Watts. Pam WUItngham.Tammy Thomason, Elementary will have two perfor- Everyone is welcome.Church Friday, May 23,at 7:30.: Saturday at 6
Mrs. Maines Griffis and children of Mrs. Sandy Thomas of Jacksonville Keith Starling Scott Douglas, Tram- mances.7 and 8 p.m. Everyone is In- of God In Christ: Tuesday p.m. Choir No. 2 will rehearse
Palatka Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Boch: and ,visited her parents Mr.and Mrs. Drawdy, David Nettles Terl vited to attend. 6-7 Prayer Immediately after Prayer The Ushers of New Bethel are asked -,
Jeany, of Starke and Mrs. Kelly Lukeof DO. Brown on Sunday afternoon. Jakab.pas Helen McRae,Kevin Starling, Parents are reminded to register Band. Friday 7-8 Prayer Immediatelyafter to serve for the 23rd Anniversary
Heilbron Springs were Mother's Other guests for supper were Mr.and Sondra Green, Duane Mott and Mike their child for Kindergarten if he/she Pastoral Teaching. Saturday 8 Service at Pleasant Grove Baptist
dinner of their mother, Mrs. Helton and p.m., the Gospel Crusaders will appear
Day guests Buddy daughter Smith. will be five years old on or before Church Keystone Heights.Sunday all
Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson sister, Mrs. Rhonda, also of Jacksonville.Mr. Perfect Attendance Kevin Starl- December 1. for a musical program sponsored members are asked to attend the
Daisy Boch: and Miss Lynn Whaley. and Mrs. Daniel WUklson\ and by Sister Lillie Mae Burch. Sun- Fellowship Churches at Mr.Moriah.
ing, Craig Connie
Mrs. A.Q. Smith and daughter daughter Dana of Jacksonville, Jody F Brigham Foster Foster Ronnie day School 9-9:30. Prayer immediately United Methodist Church. .
a
Suzanne and son Craig spent the were Saturday dinner guests of their after Sunday School. Morning Wor- Pleasant Grove United Methodist
weekend with her parents, Mr. and parents, Mr. and Mrs Donald Seay Foster Joshua and Crawford Snow., Elizabeth To ripen fruits. hater, ship 11 a.m. YPWW 5:30: p,m. Evening Church Sunday School only. ..r!
Mrs. H.C. Harley. Wilkison,Sr.,add Mrs. Christopher lace them in a perforated Worship 7:30: p.m.
: Teri Jakab Brooker Greater Allen Chapel AME Chorea t.
Mrs. O.J. Anders returned home B.L. WUklson, Sr. Mrs. Wdkleonreturned Spelling: plastic beg. Antioch Baptist Church: Thursday Sunday School 10 a.m.At 11 a.m. the
Sabrina Runner
Saturday from Milliard after a weeks home from Baptist Hospital ,Up.Champion" ; Starling Beacon Meeting at the home of Young Adult Choir will present a pro-
visit with her son-in-law and Jacksonville, on Tuesday. Reddish. Friday 7:30: a IJ'8m.EC' .
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Johnny
Jenkins.
We are happy to learn that Mr. and
Mrs. James Bowman's father R.E. '
Altwater is home after spending b r.rm

sometime In Baptist Hospital
.' Jacksonville. DAYWEEKEND '

Mrs. Fred Moore, Mr. and Mrs. ; d
I l Mickey Moore and Trisha Mr. and '

Mrs. Wesley Thomas, of Live Oak
.y Mr. and Mrs. Chuck:Moore and family -
;, of Lake City, Mrs. Ann Andrews of
I Wildwood, Mrs. Gayle Todor and
sons and Michael Baker of Orange _
Park Jimmy Moore and Mr. and
Mrs. Danny Thompson and sons of
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.Lee Casey LIv
and daughter, Tara of Klngsley '
Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny $

Hobbs, of Gainesville, were Mother's ,
Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
'
Tom Casey at their home on Crosby w++ i _
Lake. %

Mrs.. Cecil Wade, of Tampa,is spending s-

sometime"with her slater, .Mrs. .
Fred Moore.
Mrs. Linda Adklns, and Mrs.
Teresa Patterson, of Starke, brought wr rarww
Mother' Day dinner to their mother
Mrs. Pauline DeVore on Mother's AQUA-FRESH SCHICK SUPER PLANTERS KNEE HI
PEp6-SP.'ACCKOLA 9-INCHFOAM

Day.Mrs.. Jeannette Hamilton of Starke, TOOTHPASTE BLADES SNACKS HOSIERY PLATES

visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Packets Corn Chips,
Harold Eunice on Thursday after- twin-blade CheezCurle ,pair PlICk of 25.
e
I cartridges A more sampler *Rep 1 Sit t
noon. 9WCon1alna 159RegUlarorDlel.59f
Mrs. Wayne Hardee and children .Q9 Limit 1 pack Reg. 89- 29 pack. 99 Limit 11'

visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. '. Limit 3 LmN; ai1tll

Fred Carter of Clay Hill, on Mother's ,, ... __ .. ...._ ,.... ....
Day. ,I.'\" 'Jt!-, ..'.,".(I""". ."'.-., .." ., 0' ".. _'.il., ,,..3 ;" .MI'.mti. .r""""" 2\' 1"&l.-'f!\ ::'' .. '".'''''''''''''''. .'-_, '. .t!
Mrs. Connie Mosley and son, Dale, ];.; ; l"z! '. c ,, : ....... __'".._ ; ., .;'it-: 7 ...a.1".{.;......., .t. t; .., .j

of Maxvllle, was a Thursday dinner -,..--..
guest of her mother, Mrs. Harold SUREoS"-! "r FRITOLAY t typu KLEENEX PLASTIC ,

Eunice. "1' POTATO CHIPS ..wI);r ; ICECUBETRAY .
Mr. and Mrs James Hazen, and his DEODORANT .MiDi Chooaetwlnpack ?. PAPER NAPKINS ,, ..:
sister Mrs. Opal Marshburn of Long-lasting protection. 4-oz pump spray,Holds Ruffles or Regular a Pick 01140. / QuicknleeeZ -
Jacksonville, visited their uncle and 1.5-ot Choice of 2 hair A !lets the shine r potato chips. 0; W Family napklns 7(C Ing.Sturdy

aunt, Mr. and Mrs Hermie Kelly on Limit 1 '" co through.2lypee.. =::- Reg. 1.09 w Reg. 79" Limit FOR plastic.6pea..
Friday. Llml 1 -- Limit i _
Friends of Leonard Norman regretto 93e <<1: "
learn that he Is a patient in St. Vin- &19

cent's Hospital, Jacksonville. Our VLASIC METAL FRAME
prayers are with him. KOSHER PICKLES AUTO
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly attended '' J PICTURES8QQ12 SEAT CUSHION
Crunnhya ,
the funeral of Fred Hazen at New :: I 'x16'.Simulated i a

day Hope afternoon.Church near LaCrosse on Fri- CLAIROL 7ge, pc.I go 32-oz. chrome. Asor t I 499comforlablefoam, :

Mrs. Jean Wilkerson of Ocala, CONDITION CRYSTAL Limit I scenes ;
spent Mother'Day weekend with her SHAMPOO ALCOHOL ,;> Reg 4099
parents Mr. and Mrs. Rowell
70rubblng alcohol
Prevatt. Uon"The:'PrOlelnenrlched.beauty prescrip: 18-OL-plMUo_ + MEN' A BOYS' TRIPLE TOP
Carl Norman carried his mother 3 types. 19-ot Limit 1 bottle. Limit 1 JOGGERS PERMABOND
Mrs. Sarah Norman, to St. Vincent's PITCHER699with ADHESIVE
Hospital, Jacksonville to be with her 09 r i;: ,
1 + contra.tlng D ,..Single drop bonds I

over husband Sunday.until visiting hours were .. ++ 8.99. 99.rwlslloPlocloe.. ...3-grams.most surfaces. !

Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly attended Reg. 159
I the Bradford.Union Retired ,
Teachers Meeting at the Methodist
Educational Building In Lake Butler 3-SHELFWOOD if
COVER GIRL ECKERO JOGGING RUBBERMAID
on Thursday.J
i C. Prevatt, of Gainesville, visited PROFESSIONAL I BUBBLE SHORTS : BOOKCASE 27'Vxllft".294"Easy ORGANIZERS I

J his mother, Mrs. Carl Prevatt, and MASCARA nn Easy care fabric. .\ to assemble, Rep 2 .99 fEJI wourchoks.:
his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Designed tor models. BATH I Assorted colors 29. Wrap'nBap. ijl'
Mrs. Truman Norman on Friday.Mr. Lengthens a thickens 32-ot Choice of A sizes., Reg. 2,99 2088 Grocery Bag
and Mrs. Mike Sykes and lashes. Limn 1 fragrance. Pamper a r. Limned Holder*
daughter Chrissey, of Jacksonville, 09 yourself l weao? ,' Quirmy more. Reg 4.79 :

Mewsom.Miss Julie and Crouse Bill and Crouse friend, also Kevin of 1 79 ; JP; saeaw s'Js.\ : u ljJ ;1lJ9J:.._. ,.t:$:.a i-;;'' ,;;': Jj:?).:".r 'i tf; ,'w vna j ij* j

Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
McKinley Mr. and Mrs. BiU Crouse Limn 1
and family had a get together and dinner sir
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill 12"x 11i"r
Crouse on Sunday.We 18-INCH
JOHN S ON.
JOHNSON
were happy to welcome Miss PORTABLE
Lori Shinn of Starke,back to services SUNDOWN WETONES HIBACHI BAR-B-QUE'

on Sunday after being absent for SUNSCREEN TOWELETTES Cast Iron construction,
several months. Protects against sun Pop-up container of' multi-position grid a' GRILL

William Harris, and his sister Mrs. .Stays on,even hi Llmll1'70 moist Clothe. adjustable drafts I 18"tall Grid adjusts to 3
Sanford Stokes, of Ocoee spent the Ihe water. 3 types. j Reg 1799 heights.' Tripod legs fold
weekend with Mrs. R.A. Melton and .4-os Limit. i for storage. No. m-
brother-in-law and : 93e' ZIP BARBOUEFIRESTARTERS _
sister Mr. and 1)49 11.:8.49r.
Mrs. Lonnie Teston. They went home I i, ., .
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Sunday afternoon and their mother Lightaeauly sr 41\ 1! 9ft'
Mrs. Melton returned borne
them. with 69'. dependable. "u." 4 r .
Reg. 89' ,; "
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Waters and ;'. ....:.
children of were Sunday
dinner ( Middle brother and ALKA-SELTZER
sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Danny TABLETS / MEI AMUCIL.
Waters. LAXATiVe
"25 antacid'analgeslctablets./ /
Mr'and Mrs.John Stone, of Boca i 14-ot.NaturellUIIhe

Raton spent two days with their Limit 1 J powder. Orange or '
brother-in-law and sIster Mr.. and :: We our
reputation
Mrs.Earl!: Troxell on their way to New wrap jSBSL
Hampshire for their way John L., 8i 329 .
around
Stone Jr.'s! wedding.Mr. every prescription.; IlfiSl
,. and Mrs. Roger Edwards and ; i
Me.,and. Mrs B.L. Wllklson, Jr.. of d 4 r filled Fresh with,high potency drugs highly trained?i ."' .,prescriptbns r
Jacksonville, visited their mother hospital accuracy. And because ECkard Ills ,," ns then
"rs/8.L. WUklson on Sunday. Her anyone else In the South, Eckerd volume m.an' lower'price" *k"AO Dt!$

,.attet.Rev.. Don Love and Lamar. '" ? ."??,...-. n' r-
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fr. iiit '.tand Aim* dr ,Ii' ." v '};iI HAMPTON AREA NEWS Principal Connie Clark '4yeldoli4i\ M4tud' WM K t !

'wl 'h4 I.r9i \\f If! '. I r} 1 < friends and parents who were Iri the \,S'The winners are J

BirthdaYIHappy Hampton Lake Ifida'na.'M audience. PE Instructor, Mrs. Kathi Frisbee Throw: (7 and 8 yr. olds): I
painted by the chTlie I had
Senior Cltliens a Birthday to Melissa Byrd Nice Trip an added thrill an' Ledbetter, announced Individual win ,''tat-Michael Campen, 2nd-Randal]
The Hampton Club, 'i who was T yeas old May 141! Mr: and Mrs. E.W. Hodges' Jr., cracker, severed when expeJ1 whip ners of various categories of the: Smith 3rd Tina Branham, 4th-Kim
met t the City HaU Friday:,afternoon, Dean Padgett celebrated his .12th returned Thursday after six days In she was holding! the spa. i .. I'strdrtd 1..11' Olympics. First place winners received Hodge; ((9 and 10):,. ,Ut-Kirk, i
MWwltft 21lnelnbera; resent birthday on May 16. San Diego and Los Angeles where The souvenir shop also 'Attracted''' gold medals, second place winnersreceived' Williams 2nd-Andy, Frey,. 3rd-
: Ada Hota'amd! Donald they flew the for '-silver'-medals- third and Ju Wadsworth 4th-rEddu
Mrs Gertrude'Went Jordan was 13 years old on previous Saturday a some of the students. >Lloyd;,
'dflStarke'' were, .. yvelcomed, ,aa May 18.Reglna. business and pleasure trip ; : fourth place'winners were recognizedas (11 and, 12): ,lst-Jody,Wadsworth,:
dMW member.Cdrb Padgett celebrated her 6th They visited the San Diego Zoo and> Florida SlaU! Nrfuseutat"' ' each name was announced and Individuals 2nd-Karla Kidd,; ,3rd-Tommy
; ayygugun \ltz\!: b tb" birthday May 20.Orlando enjoyed a harbor cruise. They also On May 14 Mrs mit'h'9'SeLtcond came forward for recognition Parker 4th-Ann Baker; ((13 and 14)H
Nf".:.wad at the Esparzo was 2 years old on visited Sea World and went to En- graders and Martha students$ / and applause: Mr. Clark was' 1st-Elizabeth Ryan, 2nd-rEUzabeth,
the of Mrs.
"li ppy Blrthtlay'wa' sung to Peggy May 22. sanada and Tijuana, Mexico. The Arleen Rich and Mrs. Melanie Stedl'enjoyed ; assisted by Mn.'Debbie Bigham In'' Payne, 3rd-John Watson, 4th-Lori*
Richardson of Starke anofBilf Ma-*. lovely flowers and delicious food were presenting the medals. Mixon. "
well their trip to the 'Florida.State. Mrs., Ledbetter announced that'Team '' Kick(7'and( S
-who'.are observing May blr- Visitors among the high lights of their trip. Museum in Gainesville FootbaU ; yr, olds>:
Mr.and Mrs. Lynn Hall enjoyed the Mrs. Lynn Barker of Duncan, They learned lot about the'Nogtit': 6 had received a total of'17' 1st-Jimmy Long, 2nd--Qulnton
lMra.elld'13row&wren! 'the' door visit of their granddaughter, Sandra Arizona, Is spending some time with Florida Indians a Indian medals Teams 7 and 10 were awarded -' Ford, 3rd-Tom, Cunningham
ptfEe.'Their'. Lynn Hall, of Atlanta Ga. She flew into Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meng and village and, enjoyed the seeing an 14 medals and Team 8 was given 12 4th-Billy ,Jordan (iB( ana ,10)/
next m etln"I4'1, ,planned' for Gainesville on Thursday and left other friends here. exhibit with wild interesting cave' medals,.Team 2 won the most gold 1st-Stacey P.la4Ino", 2nd::.John
animals.
Jtihe 6,at 2 p.m. again Sunday. Mr. and Mrs E.W. Hodges, Sr., of their 'They enjoyed medals,'Teams Sand 9 followed In second Underwood! ,3rd-Billy Horne, i I
nr. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Davis, Cindy and Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Howe Museum. picnic lunch near. the, place, Teams 6, T, and 8 won the' 4th-rKen Huntley, ((11 to 14):
w 'Recuperating Bryan, joined Ed's mother. Mrs. of Jacksonville, visited Mr. and Mrs. them Chaperones who accom- most silver medals. Team 10 was 1st-Randall Gllsson, 2nd-Jimmy {

Miss Kimberly Smith Is making' Ellen White In Starke on Sunday to E.W. Hodges, Jr. and family on Sun- Diane panied Davis, Jolene were Inger :'Campen Katrina; awarded the most bronze medals. Parker, 3rd-Mike Qodwln,
Friese
good progress at fame-kite undergoing celebrate her birthday. day. Hill,JoAnn Horne and ',Individual trophies were given j'to' 4th-Howard Underwood. '
Slatei1.
a tonstlectotny last week, at Bradford -'' Steven Earnest and his fiancee, Mrs. Wade was their but Carolyn driver. Billy Bauldree and Stacey Paladino 600 Yard Run: (7 and 8 yr. olds)):
County Hospital, Diane Fox of Jacksonville, the Birthdays who each were awarded three gold 1st-Denise Curtis, 2nd-Donna
spent Upon
: to school the second
weekend with his parents Mr. and Roger Green celebrated his 12th returning medals. Jerome Mitchell and Kirk Peeples, ,3rd-Misty Koehler,
drew
New Arrivals' Mrs. Wallace Collins, and visited birthday on May 14. graders Museum. pictures of their. day, atthe Williams also received a trophy. for 4th-Lisa Huntley; (9 and 10): I
:;John' and Patricia Crawford proud friends here. Stephanie Elaine Cardin celebrated The third made winning two gold medals. 1st-Rob Powers 2nd-Bradley
.
ly Announce the arrival of their baby' her 5th birthday May 15 with a and decorated graders clay pots Mrs' Ledbetter said ,all students Snow, 3rd-Sharon Godwin; ((11 to
them with shell Im-
,
decorated cake and other at could be proud of their participationand 14) IstJerome'' Mitchell
daughter, Dena Louise, who arrived Hampton Lake goodies prints similar to those admiredat ; ,
orf May 13' at Shands Teaching Nice Trip the home of her parents. the Museum. they sportsmanship throughout the 2nd-Frank Sheffield 3rd-Stephanie

Hospital/ in Gainesville' She weighed 7 Mr. and Mrs. E.wT Hodges Jr., Olympic Ceremonies' Olympics.Mr. Redding, 4th-Paul Bawelc,
Ibs and returned Hampton Elem. School Closing Clark told of the Interest dally'of
measured 20 Inches.. Thursday after six days in '
Thursday May 15, at 10 all
a.m.,
Maternal! grandparents are Junior San Diego and Los Angeles where School Holiday students students in the posting of award
with their coachesto
and Marilyn Estes. they flew the previous Saturday for a Monday, May 28, is being observedas the auditorium.paraded. Each winners In the ban bulletin board.
Paternal grandparents are Donnie business and pleasure trip. the Memorial Day holiday There. the American team carried "The greatest award of all", Mr. Bradford Middle School
Httgli and Margaret Crawford. They visited the San Diego Zoo and] will be no school that day. ried banners.flag and student some also had car- Clark said, "18 living In a free coun
Paternal grandmother is Ethel enjoyed a harbor cruise. They also The last day of this school term I Is shoulder Every a try"; DATES TO REMEMBER:
Estes.' visited Sea World and went to En- Friday, May 30.School. number and patch team indicating'name. Team team Mrs. Ledbetter was thanked for her May 24-Sock Hop sponsored by the
Paternal great-grandparents are sanada and Tijuana, Mexico. The origination, organization and train- BMS PTO' 7-10 p.m. In the BMS
No.
names were: Boogedash No.
Lynn and Lillian Hall, all of Hampton. lovely flowers and delicious food were Field Trips 2-Dlscoland.. NO. ; No.' ing of the participants. Mrs. Ledbet gym. All students welcome,8th grade
3-Superrock
among the high lights of their trip. On May 16 Mrs. Mindy McLean's 4-Rollertown No. ; ter'' thanked Mrs. Bigham and all and below from Bradford County.
(1Charles and Debbie Rowland are Mrs. Lynn Barker of Duncan fourth graders and Miss Claudette 8-Shamu No.; Oogaboog ; No. others who had been so supportiveand Last dance for 8th graders at BMS,
7-Scoobieland No.
happy to announce the birth of their Arizona, is spending some time with Peterson's fifth grade class enjoyed 8-Bufort ;No. and; No. helpful. All students were given a come and enjoy! '
Sassyville
baby girl, Amanda Danielle who was Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meng and visiting Six Gun Territory.Of 10-Zulu. ; ; blue ribbon with the wording 1980 May 26-Memorial Day Holiday.
born on May 15 at Alachua General other friends here. special interest was the train The torch bearer Hampton Elementary Olympics for May 30-Last day of school.Awards
Hospital Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hodges, Sr., of ride and other rides at the Territory. Bauldree and the bearer was Billy participation. Mrs. Margaret' assembly will be held for students 1st
Maternal grandparents are Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rowe Students enjoyed the Indians, Timothy Leith. flag was Wadsworth was the photographer for' and 2nd periods.,
Thomas and Jean Hylton of of Jacksonville, visited Mr. and Mrs. especially Michelle Kircrialne,Laurie The ceremonies this event. June 2 and 3-Teachers Post-
opened with the
E.W. and Whitehead, Todd Parker and John The shoulder patches and medals
Gainesville. Hodges; Jr. family on Sun Star Spangled Banner and the Planning Days.
Amanda joins. her sisters, Jeannie' day. Underwood, who were thrilled to be American Flag Salute awarded were made by Mrs. Ledbetter '
o Mrs.-Bigham and a number of Parents, please remember to send

legal size, stamped, self-addressed
envelopes (addressed to students in
care of parent) to your student's
home teacher. cards will
room Report
,
be mailed out the last six weeks and r
ECKERD'S FAMOUS PHOTO OFFER students not bringing envelopes will

not receive their report cards, they
TWICE THE PRINTS ,TWICE TUB FILM will be held here at school for parentsto
Get an extra set ol prints ,3el two rolls of print '
film for UK price of one pick up.
with every roll of color or
BMS students are taking their six
.: black and whit print film Kodacolor or black and
developed and printed... while, when you have weeks test this week. P.E. and
your film processed: et Language Arts were Wednesday,
TODAY AND EVERYDAY
Eckerde...TODAY AND
Related Arts and Math are being
y Q "1dxFy EVERYDAY. given today and Social Studies and

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would like to remind anyone In-
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school volunteer to contsct Dewey

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\WLIVORY \ 'Rord ife a day as a school volunteer is a

great way of helping our school and

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13-6 --- Tornadoes: go to '

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Juniors Best SeniorsThe I ; L \ .

N. Fla. Jamboree

Jun"lon. ._- -.
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Tornadoeswhipped last Thursday night's ..101 I.di.i..Vd.VS..-" ". 55-li 75" I Bradford'S Tom doe'l' wiD close out their Spring with two quarters of action In
Tornadoes past and CM........... 5-5-i '. 1980 Jamboree In Macclenny Saturday night
... FwwHlM-V 11." Gainesville Jamboree which in-
.. _..... W 'teoSflKSS back to the :
With quarterback Bill ..... ............. 1-M.I' 5-AAA foes because the Gainesville schoolS 1
ing up 130 yards In total people (land buy enough tickets) to Florida Field
Seniors their ...... Oil. "I'm about the jamboree we'*. Mr-'
the muffling said Bradford coach David Horse happy.. .
.,.'... 7 I I 4 .1.
with eight fumbles (four ill .. ._,... I I' ,><"".". (c...... kM. ), though."
Falls BHS eleven won a Play opens with Fernandina Beach and Bishop Kenny meeting 6:30 p.mThe"Tornadoes ;
at Bradford Stadium.A ....ThMwm II r* ..... (MM MM)1.fin -.. play the third quarter against defending conference champ Robert EfLee.
-_t,.t. n.(nut.Intel 1.11.5))1. lI-C. and final period. POJon ngIewood"and
and play rival Macclenny in the eighth ,
;
Senior fumble gave 'u..b.. I iMeThlI'' 'l ..,...... P.... Jacksonville will also be on hand.'i; lr
their first score as .' "!I.......... .....uchwiM turn*!.. 0..'. .... Stanton from Lee's coach has said this might be/'"
Reddish grabbed up a '.h Mt4" ImitMM tttatfclM, .......,..... ...-_. "I don't know much about Macclenny but
I from center (one of ) __ '__. AIlM.. Iran. ..... MmiMt. ..d the best team he's ever had," Hurse previewed And with I Lee that's saying
i free 19 yards to paydlrt : .....Nl.W......,._.."... something. The Generals were 10-2 and District and Region- champions. last eaT.(
gone In the first quarter. "I I think they lost only three starters" Hurse said. / 1t.n
..
third Senior fumble in ,. .,'1
plays. After a 15 yard Coaches f'a.. Rt.dford' HIh Ich..1
Clark boomed a 35 yard """ T........... Iii.;a
for a 7-0 advantage.The .t. V.nlty.0.... 19

older team came CornerThe -..: Dee ''. ruIS
the second period with a "'. -
with a fake punt by coaches set the Tornado "
BUS
No, Nom. .P... Wt y. 10 O..dg.. lilt QI ISO 111'\
setting up Randy up this way (an offensive u AU.... Icott I'Ll "01 I oJ
TD run. A halfback last week) "
was published on
10 McRee. Rlchord tI ISO 11 01 170 10.'
points failed leaving eve of the jamboree: II Roddl.h.l.rry DI ISO 10 2 Jordan, Milo. RI iii N
down 7-6. And "We're front but 'I I
awfully young up 12 Johnson Chuck D. .60 11 44 Wotlcln. I..ml" III 160".1'''
Hamilton's 72 yards on '
getting good leadership right 13 WIllIams. Chuck DETI ISO ID 33 McSrld.. Dwayn RI 165 11',3U
and of total
218
stripes from like Kevin Reddish.
guys 4pj SoIl DI ISO Perode. III ISO. 'UlutlIS
Tony Candy
all the the =
was points Frank Swindell... and Mark '
: e 10
thanks to their own Ca..olllrlo OIJ ISO 11 5 T.._. Milo. DI 155.t.
get and Bruce Ren berg, who are :
Junior defense led by ( 70 luchDnnDn Dal.' DT 170 7 Cloik IC.nny WOo
tackles>)> and ninth-grade but have front played coach some Jimmy said Tornado Captains Meet... Tornado Captains 71 Grill) Ricky OT lto 11 DI 155 .. .ilL:'".

Kenny Wright (la Past and future Tornadoes came together lo start the Junior-Senior game with 72 Shornon WillIam OT 215 10 11 Iulflvou.. Ricky WOo It.
stops with two behind the With Wright from the JV and Junior captains Ricky Griffis and Kriin Reddish, at left, "meeting" Senior captains 73 Cort.r. St... DT 155 t DI 1.0 IO"'
up 75 5wlnd.lI. Prank DT ItS 11 GrIHI.. to IC 1.5 \11'1'
After a scoreless third at noseguard Kevin John Bennett and Richard Smith sw.) 12
Juniors tallied a second strong can play either down in the 76 Brown S'anl.y OT lID 10 20 Sopp. Crete QI 130 :.W-ui.m"' ....'i
77 1C..th DT 170 10
CriglO Strickland
who scrambled 20
Goodge. side of
or at linebacker along
7. ) DI ISO 10 WO ISO .n Iti
S'.rlln" lobby
Owayn.
his second of the
carry king at both linebacker and .r.
60 Crown. Ch.rll. 00 170 10 DI '60" ""
busted runs of 26 and 25 guard. 9th grader Grant 2. I'hrldo. lC.nny
61 Luk.. I.S 10 WO UO n ,II=Jo'63 -
00 ,
out with a nine yard TD Sandy 23 N.rman Clayton
has shown potential" '
"great .Dr..... Iddl. OO.LI 140 10 DI US '111>'''
25 Thomson DDryl
right corner with 3:49: (to go a trio of linebackers! with Ed ,
test. The run was set up by Barnes young and Guy Wayne Parrish. 6. It.hborll, Iruc. I C.DI 100 10 .10 Sparka.David" DI ISO \Ir'
catch by tight end Chuck returns at defensive tackle 0IYmruV0 65 Cr.ws. Mark IS 165 10 ::11I Th.mo. IrlDn DI 1.5 : '7
ii)
61 "orrlsh IS 'U 10 Johnson.'I'
which moved the ninth-graders Dale Buchanon Wayn. 32 '
SO Thornion ShDn. C .75 to Jonathan WO ;r5t
yards to the Senior 12.
Steve Carter ("shows tremen 1'r
1 MG- 15S
R.ddl.h.lC.vln DI
potential" ) working the weak 00 175 11 DI ISO : ",II!
Goodge completed Just 3S l.ddi.h body
(;
passes with one Rehberg inherits a defensive end 63 Wright !K.nny MO ISO t .0 GrIN) Doyc. WO Uo ;11/
ed 72 yards through the air with first team tight end Chuck 55 William.. Gr.n' Is ISO .2 Thompson John WO 165""I0'sits:
hooked up with a wide with
working there too along
Johnson on a 50 yard bom! Bell and Barry Reddish ".UO',--.

The Junior was at defensive end before :avx
running .
I just 117 yards in 29 tries arm injury cut short his Spring Starke Rec. Offers '- -- -'-- "ftth,
with work in the Fall he could 1I
ly to the Braves BaseballThe uroin
Senior linebacker Danny in and play lot," Head Coach .'.'- ,-
(10 tackles on interception) Hurse says. "I'm pleased with Starke Recreation Depart. 'Jd:,
ij quarterback sacks for 30 progress of Rehberg and ment in conjunction with the Baker ()UI Option "' ,
losses by blitzing /Hurse added. County Rec Department is offeringa Junior,,' <|ii Goodge still netted 58 ( Defensive Back Coach Mike Saturday bus trip to Atlanta to see iKafl $ luil-k Kill (iomlmvHl.h'riuhl. .
without the sacks>)> to lead has three starters back and the Braves-Los Angeles Dodgers National g iiptliiim, tin- MMfslile ; .
while fullback Mike opt's. graduate Brian Thomas is" League baseball game in June. fntmni"fcr \ WW "Yj j iifiuliii h! Senior.ilifenilerH .'-!)
50 stripes on nine totes. a fine Spring at cornerback The group will leave Saturday morning r ;\111..10' ,:;;; I
said Tuesday. "As a unit the June 7 via Greyhound charterfor "* ""I..t.\ Ill, .\ItI'I."aHI. .
"I feel good about it.' has come along well, but at Atlanta spend the afternoon shop- wm&T'S Srntl\ 71. Itunnyi**.
coach David Hurse said of same time there's a way to go and ping at the Omni and then take in the IliliMii-iiii. .. ....t1"
Senior game. "Our kids want to keep after it," ball game Saturday night before ;' KUhaul S'I I :ii.( 'tiff ...
practiced a week and a Monster man David Sparks returns leaving for home after the game. r ; Mjgf.$ not awesome offensively ) I and Thomas are our two most Cost of the trip Is S40, including ,...
got to remember we're people back there"), as round-trip transportation and :I Io
We only have two starters free safety Mike Teston and refreshments on the bus and tickets' > ,
offensive line and one of side cornerback Kenny to the game. i\1'! 'V;>*\> f / T n'B -,. I mr1,"
out. So it was an aw fully Ninth grader Emmett 20 seats are available for Starke ." ..
out there against a tough ("he has a lot of natural] fans. If interested call the Rec. : t'r
seven. speed and reactions and Department at 964-6792 before Fri.
"We were a little he learns where to be he'll]) make day May 23.Thomas.
on but I thought we came work.") is also working at safe- I :: I
j "We've showed more while Randy Reddish is at strong Starke Rec.'s Summer Program

I we had last year and III cornerback with Thomas and of .
we're two to three starter Jonathon Johnson pro-- Starke Recreation Director Cheryl noon. Various exercise and dunce., .,
I right now than we were In depth at weak corner. Wants Mori of Godwin has announced her 1980 Sum Soft ha I I und ".1>ull I I: lIundal'through ) -
I Senior game" Hurse said mer Programone loaded with such Thursday for ages 412. ,II .
I tice Tuesday. "We had a Bradford High senior Barry I outside activities as field trips to Wild a.m. till 0<<1111I.) Children muM hIve)
practice today." JV Program Underway, Thomas finished in the top half of a ing.: Waters and Silver Springs, and including signed up BEFORE May 2:1.: ,
I The reason for the The Tornado jayvees are into their field of over 100 entrants and came local competition in nation l.iiiuli "I'niKniin: 1I0ndathrouj.tl I / -
"Our techniques are just week. as a group under the back wanting more of the same after (land : wide contests such as the Duncan \' Friday beginning! JUlie 2:1.: Nocliai'Hoi.\ \ )'
another week of of coaches Rick Stephens competing in the grueling state high ( ) ) Yo jllnteslund the Ken-L-Ration dog for ages 414. Until this time children (
I kids know more about Ben Moxley with an eighth school decathlon in Merritt Island last ( ) ( ) show. must bring lunches it they plan to M.H -'.
They're keeping a good versus ninth graders scrim weekend. > Registration for children 414iII all day.
thill's the best thing we set for Thursday afternoon. Barry's 5,045 points was 46th in the ) ) ) : > he June 2 and June3( ;1 ut the Pratt Films: Mondays, 'lor IIg's14;
us." 22. two-day 10-event test but he's think 220- ( ) : :!(( > Street rec center.The 2:3(13:: () : ::)to() pm. Aln'udsdll'dll'I'd' : On*
Three Senior scoring 5t: eighth! and ninth graders are ing now about trying the decathlon program starts Wednesday. ly 21 "Foolbull! Funnies"! and AuguM i-i
down the drain as they out with those impressing the again at a Jr. AAU meet in Orlandothis cent !' I June 4, und lusts until August 8 with "The Cat in the I Hut" & ''I It'll" \\111'
the lead. In the first half Including quarterbacks Summer and Grover Howard the of 1 no charge to register children The Shrinking".
recovered a fumble at the ) Sapp 'iJV n'lurnlarlund' Richie BHS girls track coach who went with Pete ) I only charges will he for arts und Arli und (TuftsVcdnesdas' "lor,
and Hamilton bootlegged ,' iBlh>. running bucks Bruce Thomas to Merritt Island, came back : emits I i.25: cents und field! trips ages;-14.2:11I.:1:11I:: : ::< ) p m. with l a chaVcrol
to the 28 but the Seniors : Ulaine Dyal. Curtis Jones with the notion of holding his own pentathlon ) ( : I prices vary i i. .2.> cents Already scheduled"I,ii
ball buck to Junior Frank Brown iBIhi.': and Eric Lane ((5-evenls>)> for local girls. 5:38.: AgI'lIlnclul1ed are 4.14Ith only the make: foam butlerllies and trhiir,':
who came up with two >. uidenutsTomm} Crosby. Ken "That was a super experience. I've 7-14 year olds giiing on lield tripsi Mullets puziles. banner, caiiflcsI, ;!
Thursday. the first IH'Uill I iHlh>I. und Andrew,,' never seen anything like it," Howard "We t : t: i except t tll Wild Waters where those silk screens and owl I mile cans. .
of the second: half \ delensixe backs Larry said of the decathlon-pentathlon I'I !1'14\\11I gi( 7 and H sear olds must )ix' Cinili-MH anil Tuuriiuineiils : .
quarterback keeper 78 ) und Richard XVurren. and weekend. "I'd really like"to hold a accompanied by parent to go tir U ild Thursdays lor ages 7-14. 2:3(1:: ( p.m. ul\- :.
end zone but II flag for (' Stephen Spell. Hobby God- pentathlon here next" year : ( Waters til filli! cedure preserved the Eric ;McLemighan. Wayne "I 1 enjoyed it. Thomas said but The rec center opens ut tt u ni. and 1 Bubble gum Blowing contest.t Juno
Then as the third tttlr I Donny (;1'1'11 'iHtlii I and when asked if he had a good or bad I t t; closes at) 5 p m. u IIh only the7-14 year 12 Hmno games. June IV! Airpland

dow n the Senior ground ill Kehherg Klh> weekend added. 'My field e.t'nts'I' olds ulloui-d to stay till (dll\'. Children Day .Id cent charge, June 2i() I'ligfi,\ ,.
the ball to the Junior :21.! must 1 bring n lunch or may cut with Slicks. July Id Ping Pong. July if ;
failed to Sl'oreIwnll I tani all t the lunch program I Unit Marls June:23.: record !setting!! day July 24 hilliiirtls'_ ,
i into the end ynne slipped I jour / The Recreiilion I I Department will c.nly July :ill lollipop hunt. August 7 "lIt(:",' -.
hands of I Harvey Kliodcn ( ( up. ( ( I have supervisors at the center Ironi !II ing bee. 4.
and six Hamilton our t ) a ni.-.l: I' iii., mil. belnre or iiller. line I Friv I'luj : TIII..hl\'lor. ages 7-n. .1:
I hounds by Kevin Kcddixh I i \vt a will I mil responsible) lor making the Si| <'flul' .Krlilu>H: KridayH: lor ugeii!:.;
i shy ol I Ihl' first 1 limn Mick l1 ( I children Slav at I the center. 7-14. I lio: p m. unlit finished. Already .

Tlu Seniors gaIt one la 1 and I'rottniinxnlfercd lire as follnws: xcheduledJune U Field 1 Day t't'nts.t ..
I their fniiil football game in ) "1'1111'.1.. ..: ;\lcuul.I\'. ednc'sda\. June 211 Family Fued game show', ,JuV, "
red. moving deep into Junior Knday; 'tor ages 4. :5. I'. HIII:: a.m. t till I ly I II I Hollywood Squares name. hho,,:. -.
I on their last possession .\ t; IHHIII. August! I Gong Show. : : :' .
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I Stark*Truck Plaza ran through theftMC big, and went on to .top Rainbow every tournament he's played In this ,p

'Men's Softball invitational In Marine of Brooker 18-14 and year. ., 'trr. (

ndefeated fashion last weekend at Gainesville (Tire 23-15 to reach the STP hit 13 out In their first whippingof

Bhe Lake Butler-Union County finals. Drew's, and got by Rainbow behind !

Recreation Complex., Gainesville Tire ended In third with McGee's three home runs and a i :

[ The Starke league leaden beat Rainbow Marine fourth while Hamp perfect games at the plate by Green
rew', of Lake City 21-13 in Sunday's ton of the Starke finished .
league 2-2 and McKinney. They hit 11 more .,; .
title game. They started with a 30-14( after two opening wins. blasts against Gainesville Tire with ;r "oj .' "

whipping\ of Drew's Saturday morn- Tourney MVP Charlie Green batted Green unloading three and Tanner, :, .... ., +

,.778 with eight home runs to pace the McKinney. and Ricky Bennett two' i', s sKti'

winners i who hit 40 home runs and each. In the finale Lewis popped three ,oif.fJ' "

RMC Women '.575 as a team. Randall McGee hit.750 home runs and Joey Bennett two. '. .11 "-. :

with seven four-baggers Danny Outside of the Gainesville Tourna- ," '. .K T10
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Win in RaifordRMC McKinney hit .684 with four homers, ment this was our most productive ....' ..... ., .

and Ricky Bennett and Jim Lewis hit' tournament" said Truck coach ., t .1..:. .', :
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took'the top prize at the Poor' five roundtrippers each with Bennett Dwight Elder Tuesday."We scored 93 '., ow,;:, ......

>ys Women's Softball Tournament ,batting, .667. Tommy Wise hit at a .643 runs in four games and per game '' ,. ....' "
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Raiford last weekendbrushing clip with Joey Bennett at .815. Lewisat that's the beat we've done I'm sure. ). ..r. ) .r : .

aide four straight opponents in close .571, Gene Tanner at .546 and We ban put 10 people up there now .,.'' :"'" '; ".,. J

ames for the title. Terry Gaines and Larry Mercer at who can hit the ball out. Only three ...... : i ,'fq, .{ :, ,
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hrlstian Church of both won one of jI' ; .-1-/;; ... 1L,, ,

tree games while Community Bank 1'" ''\l'"oo( .... ..... ... ,,.., .."" '::''''

f Starke was out In two games. Northside Baptist Church league --NN ; 1 ..., _. ... ._...' _. ...-T., fi"" ,"

The RMC girls opened with a 12-10 champs last year, pulled a full game ."' 1olo.15110. 11 1 I . :

win over Pure Poison of Macclenny as and two games in the loss column,up .HOM1d..5..,.....10.-C10d 11115...... -II"'--5. The Tag Was on Time
'nn Blddix who hit .529 for' the on Kingsley Lake Baptist in the two 51.4.40 11./.4 ".'. C1. 5.1 N. Starke Merchants pitcher Jimmy Schoening was called Ollt at home on this tag by Wendy's catcher

eekend, ripped two home runs, in- club's struggle for the Men's Church C.5d5.00-41 N. 1.510.15.N.n..ldn Merchant Doug Samons looks on. ...
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Chiding a two-run shot in the sixth Inn- title with a 7-0 win over Kingsley Lake .
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the win. RMC then edged Firstirlstian the bottom of the seventh to bring '-' ..,,-. "_NII.-..-_-.-'_ .

Church of Lake Butler 9-8 Northside back from down 6-5 to the ...a .w.-4 M.Pln .. ..' .J." .. "
.Uralt M. Mi.r.54 .501 .U.Cot.")S4_ .
vith Biddix, Norma Jean Bass and win. Kingsley led 4-0 after B. Gnann'stwo .. ,. .. : .
BB'4,J. Y11..w 4.W( M5sOy 54.I.Alb.BB. 5 .II.t.. : ..
VIelissa McGill providing two hits run Inside-the-park homer could .ib(4. ......15.L Kiilii n.HrOI.Hi.4lil Wendy's of Lawtey turned a battle ....,( > .. /Iv'
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oh. Carolyn Delany and Marsha get just two runs on eight hits the rest -" ._1 for first place into routripping the ft1J "1'',. ."....; > .
roIt had two hits for FCC. Biddix: of the way.Jimmy Alvarez was three t I S .I 4Nl..1..MY.WM. Starke Merchants 13-3 last Friday to .. ""'' '
nd Perry slapped two hits apiece the for three with a double and three runs l" 4 If B 4 WUtrt League
M.Hndl.n T.mf.l.4lin IB,Mm ..,ii,t1.in take the Starke Dixie Boys
xt time out too as RMC nipped scored In the win, which put NS at 11-1 .,....q ... D M-r_ ... ... 1MB I IS 105C..M..d first half title.
yler's of Newberry 109.In to Kingsley Lake's 11-3. Northside .... C..wh.d 541 1... C..ad5 The Merchants were beaten the

.,the finals RMC topped Florida won both encounters between the two P.-liil._Cimntwfm...N.S..dUO...t-i*cw.BVh ..0.4.102-5. next time out by the Civitans while

ask 11-5 with Perry bringing three teams in regular season. 5..0.5.5 11 151555.1 Wendy's bopped the Olympians 22-5 to

us home with a homer in the sixth Church of God stayed in third by .c.ddo.d 4 I I B B I IB end the first half 6-2 to the Merchants
ning and Broughton going three for taking the measure of Hope Baptist '-. en..,>.. c.l.........C.....i. and Civitans 5-4.
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19-8 and Brooker Baptist 20-s as II.cSllO.5 Williams doubled -
our. 0.1.D.S.51.M 1...51111.4 M.C401.w Lattimore tripled
Florida Bank opened with a 6-3 win Douglas Bennett had an eight for 10 MB* ... C. MiHItiM* ... BOT*J. MT.. ..1..S ,and singled to lead a 14-hit Lawtey
pver the Chargers of Macclenny, but week for the winners. Pine Level BB. D. .,Mtan44 BB tfm B.II.H B-B I tB-. H.Bmrik attack while Anthony Williams

en lost to the Tyler's 97. To come looms just one-half game back 1-4 M.C spread around five Merchant hits Ingoing

ut t of the loser's bracket they ripped though, after beating Calvary 14-6 25.1.4.5.511551N1M.10d11 1 the distance In the six-inning, I It

armer's and Dealers 18-1 with pitcher Tuesday with Lee Casey and M. l..ry li 541. BBBSSSI.B 15-run rule victory. i
Debra Gilpin surrendering just Moore both slashing three hits. 5111 M.411.0. -44 IB, !..HI.4I.I...- Lawtey scored four times In the t
Methodist If..0..5-..i>4..BUrfuH,-....Mk
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wee hits topped the Chargers 5-4 In other action First ..1. Mn p....li _..... first inning and after Merchant third
vith ,Lorna Leasure scoring Joy ed Calvary 10-9 with John Denmark c........**_Ml M.....tW.III..,Jim kMIM. baseman Shane Johnson came homeon
BIns with a sacrifice fly in the bot- delivering the winning hit in the B. ...-1-4. H. *.-BB.I a wild pitch to cut the margin to 4-1 I

m of the eighth Inning and crushedTyler's seventh inning and the Junior Boys h._ B I B B S I- IBBBBStVB.ll the Lawtey team Increased their ad- I'i -

e 10-1< on a two-hitter by topped First Baptist 11-9 hanging in IN.1M.,.. 1..1I CUM. I.. ... 51110 0.1 n m. vantage to 7-1 with three runs in the t +

lilpln. Vorease Jones led FB with a the game after falling behind 91. J0.S..1.M.-..BXH Mil*..B-B,O.III H......Mt fourth. Carlton Johnson's triple to
600 batting average and 10 James Curtis' home run highlighted a IB-., C..I..tff 1-4 BB B M. left was the big blow. Tony Hill bang-
,: while' Linda Cubbedge (10 rinsored five run last frame by the 13-15 year l.B. mn_..Km-.M IB.Brtk>MNM.M,ten ed two doubles and Wayne Cribbs .' :' .
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1 First Christian opened with a 6-2 rf 0.4.,O. 10.511 4-1 M,H.BinMI.B IB,I.B 's pulled away. :: I''
vin over Farmers and Dealers as .utl..IB. Lattimore Williams had four hits, '
Rhonda Jones had two hits and Janet -.B.ItaN 14!..M. BUfc.idll. M.M.niiii4 Including a triple and two doubles in I. .. ,
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Jordan -.- ...-B.pllll 51I'N.M.1d.110.1D.4 the Wendy's over ,, .4" ... '' : II'
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,eliminated by the Chargers'' 15-13 ... 3B I H. 511.15.0-. M M,Jbnmy Mimn and 'Vlnce Culverson and Randy I..';. 'I. .. ..,.. i,. ,. '.,,\W,. x ,-'Y.' f
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roft and Marian Parrlsh and two hitames 41.1..9B,..Unto..... ......-.M.Women's apiece in the Civitans win over the .,' \ ""'J ...lit'... '_ ( .
by Jordan and Delaney. NuWaves won its fourth and fifth Merchants.The \ ..'. :'. ,' y ... I

Farmers and Dealers topped Pure games in its last six to stay in second 114115.11.,04d.4yM1. .W4... Civitans also beat the Olympians ,...t"7't. w \0' I

Poison >6-4 fortheir win as Tina place In the Men's Leaguebehind .,...........S.MM .... 11-1 as Colvin and George ," Ittti:::t. ; '

hourot went four for four with a trl- Starke Truck Plaza, which kept roll Q.10 d 041 N Levasser combined for a onehitterand I I

ple. Tammy Barton was two for threen ing along with a 24-. thumping of 1..1..1 IS5110.L041.5 Eric Rauhoffer and Robert Hitter :
their loser's bracket loss to Florida Hampton and a 19-4 rout of the Senior -. 5.511. 5.5 F/ Carver stroked two base hits each. Lattimore Williams of Wendy's here stopping at third on a triple against

ank. Boys. CooIwerw_ 5-/ Tvm4av.MI.ytO the Starke Merchants, led his team's hitters in two wins last week.

Community Bank's tight losses Danny McKinney Ricky Bennett >_,(! _<.,) i i i 11 n I
ere to Tyler's 1-0 and the Chargers6. and Gene Tanner all crashed homers 4 1 .. I
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pener with Cheryl Home three for double, and a single for Truck against M A ... M. >..... tw. IV.. teritaftJillpiiB Nu-Waves 1st In Folkston -
lour and Edna Allen two for four in while Randall McGee and M,V.Cmm !IS.B..M Htnttmm ... Mrftotorn.. ;

the second game.Dixie Charley Green had perfect days at the Softball'The _tB. Nu-Waves of the Starke Men's The
oll.1_*Hmn N n 1 ... *.4. OnH Mt Open local team won four of five
plate and Larry Mercer and Brian Domino's and Florida Bank N'.._5.5..11........w_1S. League brought home the title trophy gamestopping Athletic Attic 20-14 I
Johns ripped two extra base hits each from the HIlliard Merchants Invita- Gator
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Senior stayed on top .4y. M.51CI1N5.
Youth against the Boys. Women's League with 'two wins _.- . tional softball tournament in nandina Beach Merchants 12-5 to get .
NuWaves powdered Continental Bank's 1 B i !. Folkston Georgia Mother's Day to the finals, before Gator Insurance .
Connectors .17-2 behind Randy Cor- apiece but Community M......... .. "".. weekend. clubbed them 227. Nu-Waves returned
Major LeagueLawtey bln's four for five day and then edged Dazzlers won twice against a loss to Cl.m M*. 41.1 *_ 1.141.. Vta. Oitar.l the favor winning In the finale 14-7 "
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Blue clinched the first half Hayes Electric 11-10 as Jerry Blalock move The Dazzlers gave the first place .../C.f.irlB. TaMDMMM ,.. Kevin O--H.IB..HU.dM .. Higgins-Pike Top behind Greig Moyer s two homer-nine

I championship of the Dixie Major went three for fouri with Domino's all they wanted before sue ........ Mq II INS Women's TennisThe RBI game for the title.
BGT 8-7
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night.
5-4 Monday
I perfect 8-0 for the half. error on Tom Cumber's fly ball allow- cumbing Parrish -'. .Mr) 4BBB4B .IBMrfl tandem of Phyllis Huggins and .750 with five homers and 14-RBI's ,
ing Wayne Teston to score the winn- was three for three and Terri MiiiNliilll M.> l........ M. than/ the while I
the Mets Colleen Pike swept through Moyer the home
1 The Giants squeezed past won run trophy
for three with a double for the J.5.r IS 1d. _
had three hits for two 5..1. N -**"* 51.1. I..
114-10 last Wednesday to decide second ing run.Dinky Kilby Will/.M recently completed Starke Women's'Tennis with six four-baggers, to go with 17

| place. Chuck Colburn rapped a double the winners and Dale Haas homeredfor winners.Community -Bank team did _..UW-OT WMtoiM 15.,..txif MM XX doubles league season with a runs batted In and a .555 average.
Giants in that the losers. The S'.. C.0.415..in M I Iw. .I5'.. A.M..y WlltaMBB spotless 10-0 record.! Steve Cox hit .616 Randall Thomas
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LWCI smoked BGT 19-4! Tuesday beat the 41.1..-. 5444 N..14. ..s0N.r.w.5 Milliard batted
I game. and Bradford Furniture's Saints 12-9 B ...1..1.1..10.1 Is'M Ella Cooney and Cathy .555 with three homers and 12RBI's
In other action Jones tossed night banging 21 base hits, seven for combined for second place with an 8-2 Terry Hardee hit .571.and Bill
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extra bases with Larry Lee going Thursday ac: Vicky Robinson .........1.51.
combined with mark followed by Marie Wynn-Sylvia Rattliff knocked in 11 with
I a three-hitter and Cheryl Home teamed up for 14 hits in CMMM 1 5 1 I II runs a .500
three for four with two doubles..
Drew Davis to score four runs as the. Oty-.li. I ill-1 Tatum (6-4)). average.
Gold 5-4 and the Continental won by forfeit over the two wins. CMMMi-C.1.s.d OOT-B..._-.N klnWtmt
Met nipped Lawtey Hampton in the week's other contest. The Domino's stayed In first with a !..MH.I.fcfc-M S ,IB.0.0.-1MBir
Braves outslugged the Dodgers 16-1S of the Rowdies .. f.44 Diiil.il t*. U BM4 ,..
with Dewey Williams banging a triple '-.-..u1$044 4 Th uradaumholdin the losers to two Ol|. ).. JMy 00.1115.Ml.011 fn.. II. Dixie Youth Minor ..., .

[ and two doubles and Mike Chappell SOT IWO l .11" I if hits while Kathy Whitehead. Melody r.....III..Ir..........> w-i. YOU
i and Justin Williams slapping a triple BOTi U..H Ollfklt. ,Jl>i,.OriW.!..Un>Br.M Barton, Karen Norman, and Sheryl _IM 0.1111."., W.L I.B.wjr- '.| .
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HB.IWCIt w1Y. .. Jackson busted three base _.- 5.1
beat Lawtey .. 0.141. ...... BB.B.Vita.pMHfk 1sTTS.r.
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PaRe 12A TELEGRAPH May 12. 111IO u u_ _. __ ..
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WITNESS hand and ..T1' .:. ....
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IN THE CIRCUIT
I my 1 1., ..,. SNiOTIC10F nr ? .'i or .before June 24, I960. Il1ill1 'U fJe.\d ItSb dte1 11d "_ tohrnI, b,
..COURT._ EIGHTH.. __MqlpMhl.CaHrtJhls, _. .... .,. : .. -...'4--i IEIIIEUFFdbbdrta !: -.-------INfENYION. \ A ,k':1MllerJObM Jen.l'I'cmm .
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: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN day of May, 1980 nolOOvxmeewr -At kM rr.Bre9mh j'l) "', jb11 omHIIemeorlalnol' : withalther All.(teens of th e churtJi: Inclul\na! \ the,. lI.fasrml DN
EIGHTH
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AND FOR BRADFORD BROWN j JW IN'vE5! MUa ,, twD'. R II'1I gfBt i'rKtlSvl bl = =
,,(. dtlnNPR"'" ..a Tyr JUDICIAL CIRCUIT "crI'IPUS; I ,. before- rvlPetllloner.or ac hDaEfAd''
; A!" r IdEIMtOF TH9 : v: I COuN';fLORI ,, a". tWJRteS I..... 'hIJ '.. ANO..1'iQBRADFOROof' .C'.e' I E! ; :i i.mediatejylhe attend the) annual Spring Banquet In '
.. C_.No. .y"q.I'a| N9.AB41'D.purytt.rk .. .. ..rn rl\'riM 'W I ftn ff'ti rrf98
.CIvdcrloa. .. ; CtjNJY.rf'IQltJDojlor' ,------- ertherwlso. the Wb "'PJWJ<4< '_j"h.ulbjp.m. ll i l :
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Sunda/evening May
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Punuan' SeellOW ,
( to 5 defbull
6t" IL"II 1 J l.i.. '. .. c Will be ertlefeddemanded i
y. It.E!' 'bPECAI'JDi0ih..' ('' .t. j in ...I>T <. toj t'y:; D .vrrW4 f1 lCEbt-l: .;.r w;' Civil Action Caw No. anal P.t'.r.or! h.Mr.liy"' "vent '' i... .t ( "' tet 'jcm.' P.ffl. t ta.anleln !"IJtA"u.i :at9r.
80200. [
1."q.III ss.- rDrs| +i uf S y r 0 lot the. ,...... Mend'
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IW., .-...NQRMAN H.CORlev .,- t ,ip II' the,. rtgUI"l'hS.! en' !1 JI'4bt
-- and. .JOYCE COW- .. :. : t>TICI__.. :'. -- -- wcMdfown plaint-- or .petition. MM"lfllim'iISchedule ""iMdi 6iril..1t till.... O"elb l J
LFoY,'Defendants. 1 I will not be responsible, ORdi'70rRyGISaTEcR" l f ii'Iw EDW.II 901 ddlngj"Jt; "" ..' .:r 'iI,fund arid" Youth : Plans are now being made to hold the
BUNNER, /
911
,.1 y'Da51' Ii An. .. SfarHoFa{ ( 32 ", I.6ldtJfliflpulfEls. I IwrrtnSS
.1e t VV'rfV.*ebts 1"J1"1':1.1'! : .2M; thi1,, 'I tat 8 Respondent/Husband "busld.ss'ndx.. the firm, .. .,!"May 6,1"((960.I 0 :. !. The Junior youth group under the morning worship service{ In June, the
oTiclbF-1> % ? : -ull",. .i Mi ii': TUJ "U s-r. t 1.Pureuanl 1. IIlth yin. ,'v .........,.,.THE SHUTTER- Gllb tt.*.! Brown" 'A. uUroction-jol. Denton and Sybil Mew Smyrna Beach,Trip and a trip to
SlgneirrleveC. .. -
*UIT ,, 'a It* Section JTICE--'" ,., o.-.oe We Madlwn the Florida Key:> 'n HI' :':' ,
,. .. VCtork Wjhe Court ivyl't.uloh will not meet this Sunday ,
S/22-atsdS/OT--: --- .H- CXmpoey: :
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PJOPERTVTO' "145.Q4: Trti lcJ Stq1\itit\ ;. 6OFSUIT Street Florida/1/ ..rDonbenlc54ir
v< larks' M;.MooaV, Deputy even nn& May 23.:The fwd older-g0UUY '" sir ".
: Joyce I. Co11.w, S9Q ,, .r.' ." "" 1t/79"II' o'"J.... I NO PROPERTY 3209\.1'11"(. "" folr.gll( er.csjala ._ .. ,. Clerk , I H snack ? i i 'j Youth Director
of ..
'oj will not meet ec
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sup
.,. ..wl'*' ,.alsrk/ of groups
Avenue "H..J.f..HjMWinter / 't/V wl c' TJJ 1 \ trw the elr-3 I TOk Vvwwf Jdword Bun v, Jktltl.u. ',' S/84tchg 81291 -
Haven Florida; ,'i !, cult soontv 9n and for"Bratprd' f.......c/o-sue-Turner 940MarlDA .......... ..... ..- nom.d' ., ' r. at 8 p.mv.However, it is hoped that all .H : I" .r efq. FI FIc'40
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:THEOfRCUIT j' ; : members of the two older will" .r v r IVAH'
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"ahd Norma H. Corlew, "C6 dfy'Pl6rldd _nu., Akron .aforesaid statute. aaP"'' o TT, groups 14 ,
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Addreit Unknown. COURT.. EIGHTHCOUNTfr.FLORIOAt :vthej'jjctujauvnorre ; '.. Ohio 44312.Vau.ARE. It (1 + LEGAL NOTICE attend.banquet at,| p,4> j1 a :t eO ..
j YOU ARE .fifJEBV. JtJb'A'I( fiRCU/T INIf r ,, tc will( .. HEREBY, !ri.bo tiyfiDBIK. aI' v ., I', "' the ;' North.' Chlra'.Flarlda. -. .. . .. .. .-
I NOTIFIED Shot on action t'AN ,FOil BRAD'Qj) { DENMARK. lAND MARCHESE NOTIFIED= ,'th eLMrlorldh.blutlon -' May,.A.D. 1980-ln BradFord Health Planning,, "? Counselors /1// ( .ro

-.to foreclose a mortgage - I of mar- County.. 584tpd. ,Count"* ln.., ,.) Health I We are lOrry to see Jackie Johns1'' Realty Board;ToM' ',:ice

on the following described Civil Action Cow No. und.r which th.und.nlgned riago flap .boor, filed .. ..a. : j JystemSr.Agency ,, anti .Phyllia Folsom.. leaving,./>\ur. '
property In Bradford 8(.1 13. Is engaged against you Illrid''yo braroqutr.d ,. . Jn r ,l <' '\I .....,Inll'/ ]fr counties', has: younger youth p up.'Their counties .Meet:Tonight: : : -- .--

County Florida: IN RE: MARRIAGE In practice at 701 East to serve a copy /developed ?>evl,ed ,, hours ct devotion and service to our Bradford-Union ioWy Board' of t iH;
-. That portion of North HtNRYCHARLES. -C.UI'Stark.. .,* of yout written defenses,, /' I'NQT1CEOF i' .. policies( and 'procedures: : youtli is deeply appreciated.- .Uie" : ( ,) ;
HART Husband tonV, 'PI.rlda. '. Co' INTENTIONTO for It..ornpodtlon ,, 'Realtors'Ino will meet tonight, May;.
and
345 feet of the NC! / of prf any.-to1t.-orrrhe plain' > tame time we would like to welcome
the SE /4 that Ho* W..taof BOBBIE & MART Wife The partfcs. I Merited [ tiff. attorney whoso REGISTER selection of members of 'I Dot Denton and Sybil Dempsey. a i iI 22, at 730 pm. for a dinner meeting'*

S.aboard Air-line ,|n sold.pr(.rprl..''a.....:' w nama and address I. FICTITIOUS the Board of Directors. B I new counselor for the .-- -. at the Holiday .Jon...Cecelia .Teri.wlllegar ..
.NQ/.cE : i: Joh.tEdward D.n. H. NAME Those revisions .: lfouP.8kattngTrIp president announced today
Railway right of way and George PI.rc., P O. were j .. .iAH
--that portion of the North OFACTION ; .. mark.. 0.1 D,1., P..... Drawer '1030, Storke. developed' In order to ,." ',. .
349 feet of the; NE % of *. Wltllarn. Marcheiet.., Florida MO9I.'and file" Pursuant to Section ''camply with .... amend"i ?, Courtnay"Riy of" Watson" iRealtpoOrange
I TO'! BOBB1I G. bMlV.PA' "LI' '.-" the 865.09. Florida Statutes, i I ments to the The younger youth group had a .
SE M that ,lies East of \ =", t4'I.t )A 1 .' original with the Notional 'Park and Past President of
Slate Road. No. 200 (also Addr.., LJaknown 3/1 dtpd71. Clerk of ,the above styled"" notlc. Is hereby given H.alth Planning and wonderful time akating Gainesville Clay Board'and also of ) .
.. last afternoon. The Multlplf
HEREBYNOTIFIED Sunday following
--known at U.S. Rood No. 'YOU' ARE Court on or before Jun. that the undersigned' Resources Development <
301)) In Section 3. that an action' r l' .. 16 1980,1 otherwise a Francos $. demons, Act, P.I. 9479.Interested youth along with counselor: Dot Den-' rjBtmg-SeeyUewl": welcome ten- newt,

Township 6 South. Rang for dissolution of mart .. NOTICI-qF'' > c i Judgement may b. Lucille/ A. D_... Co- persons r 1 ion /and. Sybil Dempsey .attempted. members. ,totttt.. local.board., ." .1 Y.

I 22 East except right ofways. nag, hal been filed and INTENTION '. entered against you for owner*, Starke, Fla., may review the propos --

you Are required '0. TO REGISTER'FICTITIOUS the relief demanded. In 32091 doing business ed Membership Policies .
.
_. has b..n filed against serve a copy of your the( complaint or peti und.r the firm name of C and Procedures Manual i NOTICE '
you and you are required written defenses. If any. NAME tionWITNESS' a M ANSWERING SER ,at the County CI.rk.' 06iic.s'In ;

i to verve a copy of your to It. on petitioner's attorney my hand and VICE 234 B N. T.mpl. Alactiucj- Bradford TO: CLIFTON A. p

written defense if any whote nom. and Pursuant to Section J86S the .ai-of this Court on Ave.., Starko. Fla. 32O9I. : Cltru., ColumbIa; BROOKE*,..SR.,. Address PUBLIC
I to It on J J. Wolbert. Jr.. address I I. 't. J. .09. Florida 5Iofu_. } May 9.; 1980.Gllber' Intends to register said Dixie' Gllchrlst' Unknown .
Plaintiff''. attorney WOLBERT. JR., P. O. Box notice ,Is. h.r.by .given R S. Brown As fictitious name under the Hamilton Hernando YOU ARE HEREBY HEARING u

,whole address I. P.O. '1086 Starke.' Florida, that' the undersigned THE t W Clerk of the Court By: provisions' aforesaid Lafayette, Lak. Levy NOTIFIED that on actionto ,
Box I08o Stark. Florida 32091. on or before Jun. AMERICAN CIVIL' Tanya Hodges, Deputy statute. Marlon Putnam foreclose the following :
3209)). on or befora Jun. 12. 1980 and file the DEFENSE ASSOCIATION. Clerk. Dated this 8th day of Sunnier' Suwonnee and ; property In Bradford ONPROPOSED

12 1980 and tile the original with the Clerk of INC., doing business' 5/15 4tchg 6/5. May. A.D.- 1980 In Brad.. Union Counties.Written / County Florida: .. ADDITIONAL .,_
-original with the Clerk of this Court either before und.r the firm nama of I ford County.. */. 4tpd comments Lot 37. LAKE HAMPTON
this Court either before service on Petitioner's/ TACDA.. METTAG 'and 5/29.. may be sent to the Council OAKS a lubdlvlslan '- CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA ,:,.

service on Plaintiff attorney attorney Of 'Immediately Journal of l Civil Defense, The NOTICE.of Hampton office through Jun. recorded: In Plat COMPREHENSIVE PLAN ELEMENTS '0
or Immediately thereafter: otherwise a P.O.' Box 1057( Starke. City and THE CIRCUIT 10. 1980. Book 3: Page 41, public
will
"thereafter otherwise a fudgment will be entered Flo. 32091/1 Intends to receive open COURT For further Informai,i>records of Bradford 7:00: P.M, JJn 3 ;i
bids the of EIGHTH'
d.foull will be entered for the relief demanded register said fictitious on position Non contact: Th. North. County. Florida lying al1dJuneI7.1980
Water Plant JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
against you and a judgment In th. petition. nom. under the provl. Operator ANDfIOR"' Central Florida, Health' and being In Section 2S Commission tc}
will entered for WITNESS my hand and dons of aforasald jl holding at least a Class"C" BRADFORD Planning' Council,,' Inc., Township 7 South Meeting Room
Rang. .
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IIc.n. COUNTY FLORIDA.
the of this Court 'atut.. I oparators to City Hall -
.h. relief demanded In seal on 2002 N.W.' 13th Street, 21 East. ,
the Complaint. May 6. 1980. Dated a..Cry.tal Lake, conduct op.ratlon. Civil Suit. 103 Gainesville, has been filed against t n t,
checks and submit required Action Coso No
Clay County Florida on report to State of 80197. Florida 32601, ((904)) you Clifton A. Brooder., Copies off the Plan documents are available for In.pectlo.t*-.
this 20th ,of
day" April 3774404.ltchg522.. .
Iwn ltr. 1980. Florida Deportment of IN RE: THE MARRIAGEOF I Sr., and you are required at the Office of the Planning and Zoning Official City
to servo a copy of your Hall Stork. Fl.
Environmental Regulation PAULA MARK ,
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THE AMERICAN'" CIVIL I
for the DOOLIN. P.tI written defenses, If any 0t
IE. Sloucr Hampton \'
310Jfn ( DEFENSE ASSOCIATION. i
; IN THE CIRCUIT to It, en the plaintiff' attorney
s
INC. Municipal Water System." tloner/Wlfe and DAVID Th. Plan Elements to be considered' ore: :(,"
Bids should be based BLANCHARD DOOLIN.R..pand.ntHu.band COURT EIGHTH whose name ondoddreie
I.. Reel Estete Broker /S/By. Frank Williams, on c"
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Is George H.
an hourly rote, and must .
ISO W. Cell St. President.' s
FLORIDA IN AND FOR ,,Pierce. Esquire. P.O.
Public Related '
be accompanied by a Buildings and FacilitiesRecreation
E'
...... B.tty H. Nice.Treasurer NOTICEOF BRADFORD COUNTY Drawer 1030 Starke,
,
resume of education and Open Space
Acting ACTION FLORIDA. Florida 3291. and file Potabl. Wat.r-
964-5527 and All bid.
experience. Conservation/
r9
Secretary. *
the original with the Sanitary Sewer
must b. received' at t
9/1 4lchg 52. Hollar TO: DAVID BLANCHARD. CIVIL ACTION Case No. Clerk of the above styled Intergovernmental, Coordination Drainage :
Hampton City ,
Special P.O. Box 250 Hampton DOOLIN', Address 79-153 Court on or before June Economic Feasibility Component Solid Waste A-
Unknown LONGCHAMP HOMES 23 9M.r' otherwise' aludgomont Traffic Circulation and Housing Utility .
Beautiful' corner lot Country Club First time on n no lot.r than 7:30: p.m. ..

market Tuesday June 10 1980. YOU ARE HEREBY INC.,Plaintiff A Florida, corporation entered against may you for ba By": A.L. Crosby Jr., Planning ond,Zoning Official, \\I.
All bids will be opened
2 Trailer Porks. NOTIFIED that Itchg 5/22'
an action vs the relief demanded In 0
0'1 trailer park. 11 trailers ApproK 6 acres. Fenced FLORJUW5 at the regular Hampton for dissolution of mar MICHAEL' BACH AND the complaint or p.11Ban. -

0'1 trall.r park 11 'roll... 2 BR from. house, born, opprox -' REALTY City Council Jun.meeting 1980.on slag has b..n filed HELEN D. BACH his t .
Tuesday, 10 sas.yar.
22 ocr., fenced postureland. LARGE down pay The council reserves the against you and you are vvlfo, and CARLOUS WITNESS my hand and '
ment. Owner will finance balanc. Phone 9S4-770H right to reject and all/ required to serve a copy STALVEY and JOYCE L.STALVEY the seal of this Court on 344N

We Handle Rentals 393 N.T.mpl. Av.nu. bid. All bidders any or. re- of your written defenses, his wife, at of., May 16. 1980.Gllb.rt .

if any to It. on PAULA Defendant. S. Brown As
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02 BR unlur..l.hede." ..- IT'LL"A""ROP"" [questedj to 1.bo present oj MARIE- DOOLIN. Petitioner _. '
CfsrlC
"T'untarnished. apartment. NOT'.AT: .fKPIATEDPEICESII ,the opening" of th. bids. whose address I.- NOTICE (: oT the"Court:, By. ,:;. -I' /. w rt
llahA\- Mody5D5pU" \4'
0" BR JVi Ba Nome. Ted Curtis, Jr., Mayor 740 North Church. % \
OF SUITPROPERTY i ty Clerk.

0' BR LAKE HOUSE COMMERCIAL: Furnished PROPERTY Feb May. Come see UB for 'land 'j 5/22 City of 3tcha Hampton.6/3. Starko, Florida 32091 onTraditional !3/22 4tctig 6/12. .I Ifw? it i

I warehouse on US 301. Air conditioned. offices. Great A'-''_. .,,._.._.._..-. _-._-.. ._.-__- J : ;--:.
j location I homes.; ; ; .. REALT

1 Tackl. and Bolt bullness. large Inventory. I L

I On. city block In downtown Stark.. |just waiting for the 40 Ac. Lawtey ar_.

I right butiness. Great opportunity for downtown mall, "

I I I large warehouse, opprox. 6.000 saj ft. N..d. roof and Ideal building sltee, neer CtCEUATIRWILLIGAI PHONE 94-7776 .

I repairs. Has floor and standing' walls. Prison 2.3S acres, with. ; ( ESTATE ) .205 N. Temple, Stark

INVESTORS DREAM 2sr on St. Rd, ... ?':l\'O1'
I Incom. Property Will Pay For Itself WE'RI PEOPLE TOUCH WITH PEOPLE

.1 small apartment complex. Hondyman'i special! 4 rental :3.13 Acres with 257 an St. Let ue .help. yeur "pipe dreams" !become realities Lot'u.

units. possibly 5. Rd. U and 21' on County help with your financing BONO PROGRAM VA. FHA.
I 1 .mall from. house ,rod..

0'1 large frame houte. Needs repairs. Residents, or 4 Country home an 3.47 t REALTOR te a registered collective membership

apartments ((4 BR 4 BA). 10 1/3: ac. with J4V an St. acres off SR 22$A. 3 BR, 2IA mark which may be.used only by real mute professional SPECIALDO
0'1 2 BR frame haute Apartment on side, Zoned commercial Rd. 234. with IIrsplace and dou- who are member of the NATIONAL YOU LIKE TO FISH

bl. garage. Largo cleared ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS* and subscribe to Sampson lok 100' on wafer by 750'
NEW LISTINGS 3 lots across Irani Waldo garden spot its strict Code of Ethics.
v 02 BR 1 Ba LR Kit.. on each side, dupl., brick landscaped Flea Market. d..p nice, brick ham bull In 1973 w('hCHttA

yard. Fat Info call 473.3214EIs. .. .715 sq. ft. healed space and r2.ir

0' BR 1 Bin Greenhouse, Zoned Commercial. Incom. property with near 22' enclosed garage. 39% down owner'

02 Apartments Downstairs 3 BR. 2 Ba Upstairs, Living 100% caih flow, low dawn .&. will finance Inferasf ana? of
Quarters. R.nt will help FRULKNER. m length mar*
pay mortgage
papmN/.swm.7% mor- R.T.LOVORNROBERTSREAL Cc] tgagt negoftabfe.

Please call us to list your property tlla".. iN.w REALTY 9B4SDIiS.IA1.TO. CK

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John I. Clover .
R.,. Real Eat.,. Broker / :3 BR house. owner financed J. PREFERRED HOMES ,

lu Green Sanders .Associate In good. condition. .' .homo situated 64 BR Brick. I Cyprc.,10 AId,12SUNe1.$71,000.' -

on o Corner lot.: 1bedrooms. 63 BR 3I fdwords Rd. H.. ....ryth.......*.,.....
4 bedroom elder ham. .2 bathi. central 221 lefeyette.,:Across from Wishbone. I *:3 BR 2 B 14 ACRES Brew..Ild.. Cettle country S4 SOO.

1000.00 down 35000 lam.. heat I air fully eeulppeV *1 B* 1 lunch CrUA 12 A for sjerden. ., Rd. 221-163.500.

mo. pay with clasinInk .kHchen.>..,:_,.. .. .Ml.torjj. *Few colonial srb., brick. t family room. I A.S43.OOO.
.months te qu.ilfled: .b<..,. PIATURf OF THE WEEK I30B .Pratt 3.12 -
5
CrUA. PR dbl.1 ..,. ....000. ;;
Jard <9 1 ESTATE Buff/ a Shine Where con you find e 3 BR house with 3 beouttful */IS &.ure't. Completely" --dHleront./ 37,1M.iAo

Evenlngst Pleaie call 3 bedroom, I ....... wall. to acres .. land for 34,100.CALL US I Eastwood Drive. 1 BR 2 -C.., I c..._....... SU.eeo
Vernle P. Oden, Broker. 888 N. Temple Ave. everythingMeads your *Neat 1 BR 1 S off Rd. IJS with 4 ACRES. $31.000.' <-'

R4wIfoA.I ,CRI.Phone '...-..147.. : Stark., 9 4.7828See tender .loymg ......".11IO. Throe bedreos house en'l\ acne of.......MAKI OF.PIR. *JIS N. roadway, freshly painted. big "lot. $3I.OO .._

I ONIc.r 7I2-33l Home! 7SZ-3IV*- Peer! Andrews 944-77M Classified Ads .L.k. St. Ocala IIk. -phrubs. t .es-Own.R,. S27.SOO.

E '3/R-2BA-C..N/A : '. Croat l 'ceflon/ Home off Rd.. 124, t ACRES-eem ......... SU."' .
.. Flnancln", Speclollsts- Blk.,. Separate GuestHouie P' . ForListingsalph 3 bedre rra,: Iris :bathe.cencreteJjIeck 2'A 'acres ol land. with 3II. CB house REDUCED te *43I Center 5,. 3 BR 1 .,Walk everywhere. Stt.MO.

All FHA VA Pro 240 Ac: Only ha_.femedyerd .' 1110000. .4M W. Adklns St. brick fenced. center SU OO. ...

gramsConventional_ SS7.WO. ;.. .-. .-.., .S24.JOO.' BUSINESS opfoirrtffv/r/cs o a
One of o .kind, 1 BR. 2B.:Ca... .,.. house nestled
/ .750 W. M.d....... farmer Mobil -12'.000. ';1 t9
Bryan Real Estat under eevorel trees, wrtrh .. '
loans PmHAond eecan -
meny o>
i Old. Homeiteod Peel Tli_ 4lt t. Walnut. New,< .
Hwy ..... :I'Vt, or 7'/i _... "" eree. wereheese-SI.5OO. !. f
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Prellr.m-Ow. 225W. B Ac. 3 bedroom, 2 both brick s>Great acres from
property
Beautiful i' Holiday ""'-Own......
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/IIn.ncln,,_ shade.., 11_.. SS,.000.. 310W.OCol ,IS,. m ....uy.-.ha. "fust shout This you should seel Two story Inns .homo .. B.404 N. Cherry 2 largo, nicely him. ...... Own. fin..--"
C/N/1 PI..an H ( ;..US 301 It Call St.) : ,everything Including. en In- nice lot with 2 .bathe ..4.cN.t! rooms. .Store I Apts. an 301-good potential-owner fin.

'I Ac. or-Ww'y.. !SOI. ground swimming ,....1."rlc" (' .000.00. ', '7000 .... ft. CB .blag, en Rd. IM Owner..

NEW LISTING S.plicSw.lI$4,000.. ,j ..964-8738, A YTIME Ser-B-Qu.. privacy 5 o>Homecommer.( ) a cortege en Medlsen ... Owner... .

Hwy. U W. tj BRFrame fence, fireplace. deubUs COMMERCIALWo .SSOO mo.Income four;turn,rentals-Cell..I Bey".$ .* I
i AC. _o. .Ac.Fenced with. Stockrd. Pond 'BRADFORD COUNTY' It AS MORTGAGE MONEY It I lot.. .... .n.... have several 1 good commercial .locations,with ..L.... .,. complex en Ml..... ttew.ewn.fMV". j* I

SMOOO Onlj$12, ,SOO. .. .. BUT rl.AI I'J cdJIiN LAST POLIVSRII or without .ktillalne. ,.. J : "PIAMONOSIN.YOURCWNACII, 'fMO-' I

$11,00010, you hove .beenDCClTNOWM' .thinking'oj out buying er building I Brush A Bucket I 1.... .
'3 010 Ac. % .. .. .1 .bedrooms.IVfr. b.Rwrn.tds I WATERFRONT L 'ACREAQE; : -

Blk.BR-From.Ae.-l..Dw.-I.Yr.l.Orly$143.0.tram Ele. School .. *H you have''been thinking' ec utVelllibeikUng /l. old one and 1111.1.. Ilaleg4r 'lo Me* .to o feed Mntefe My that .... .let that youhee ,'* !* prime sires on Rd. M e.rl oVing Lek'e" N.wpismwith

SIsOOO. pin:.; new one DO,ITH 4OWI| mtf ., Arr. .'errrT."'1'.7,100.. .keen _n.. Restricted- ,. hew;:r:7.--'..te. Broker I 100V' '....- frontage. .._ .Hevev to .o./he

.4 BR' .: .In Country .: '.a.' 'Ac.-' I.c. yovihevs) been. thinking; [tavsmg-costs are coming j J4.. .- i, s. --r GOOO T1RMS. | ..epprclir..v.r.3i. !; ;.;.;.t\ down'MEEP -
PNIer.-P.n.s' r'>1.ooP 0i JvuNC) -Weterfrent"- .
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W. ...... tracts from .*. aero ve to 420 acres, 100-$3071 .. acre-JO% ..... .._
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30t North (just (believe It.er not) FRET I rO *AATIONWe CAll 1/111" 1.79 .....,

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Evee/Wkeeds. '''BUS .. ? '' a.ve *20 prime sow 31 N.rellreed. .S4.Sat en_.._ .....'
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We have; hanlM" d4.nfl.d. fb, the = Bond PoLew Cemmeecleli." '''' .1":0--139.000-
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BR 2 80., CB house end even some with owner fl ctogtAs.. l "I water, ,tl. pwN. street*. Hu: .,4 iI' ALS *' 'acres .Presbyt. Church bespHel mefce. ......
with central olf you con efferd. rant a ..,...... oo 3.......r owee | .. '-T_k.dr..m- from.houw .InJ _" LOTS FOR Iii VESTM NE T
heat BUY 11 -yaoas.n'uNard ., .SJ3SOO. ".. .. .. let 4. Butler. C.ort wsi ...ds
and will flneMCOy .. ...... . snowy aew I $3190.
air. garden spat ; ; ... ..1.crw.R.. .............,: .
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pimp lE./vHl.bldgupye
and lots of trees and Near. Keystone. 'icy T win'IV J ;f iVlllp' ....:.-J: '.1 Trailer.. .lots .......... ...., M%, ... per acre "..001.I .

.Q J creed: on.acres .61i. ..__CALLUSIT94187AN'rn 1 bdro.m'cocst. It.l. I- .."v I .IMrilfO ceauMrcM on 301-. Owner fin. .
$33.000.
also .ha* sea* 'oe.. : s. 41' ,.,.DAj PA ll. ,. ." ,*.. .. .....
i'fI"'t""k'dnd well for yrn't, ,,,'',!'' home, central heat B eh-; ftf ..AsfglhtMst.iau .. .eeuttfvl Hamptoe Leke let r IVt. -.000';

'... owner wIllueoid.r. finam Country Club lot 150'313'ids lac.....-...,00f,
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; Death

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t Mrs. Paula Harris

Mrs Paula J. Harris,age 23,died In
Tampa Monday night.

Mrs. Harris was born in Palatka,
July 2, 1956. and bad lived In Tampafor
the past,6., years. She was
employed as a hostess at the Tampa
Holiday Inn and was a member of. the.
d Baptist Faith.Survivors .

1 Include1.!: one son,John K.:
Harris; III, Tampa; father, Paul W.
New Smyrna Beach; step.
father mother, Mr. and Mrs Robert

Alexander Jacksonville; grand-
mother, )Mrs. Sarah Fulgham,
Starke; three brothers, Lawrence
Burkley, Jacksonville, Richard
Burkley of Tampa and Charlie.
Burkley of Biloxi, Miss '

Graveside funeral services: will be

held at 3 p.m. today, (Thursday, May
22), in the Dekle Cemetery at Lake
Fun Butler. Rev. M.E. Drake, pastor of
at the Starke Church of God, will of.
ficiate. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
Southside'sField Home Is In charge of the ar

Day rangements.

SoHthsMe Elementary school 1 had
Its annual net day for first and second
grade classes Friday afternoon on the
school playgrounds.Scenes SENIOR CITIZEN
from the day's many activities
Included- above, Steven
Bellflower and Darrell Boyd enjoying The Bradford County Senior
bag lunches proved by SSE after the Citizens met May 13, 1980 at the
running and jumping, top right Miss Recreation Hall After a brief
Dee Moredock's winning 1st grade business meeting, the president, Mrs.
class racing In to grab their trophy 4 Lucy Wellons introduced Mrs Alicia
from P.E. coach Cyle Lee, bottom Homrieh, Bradford County Home

left, the 2nd grade class champions .. ar M 7 Economist who gave an Interestingand
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taught by Mrs. Vera Schmidt and Informative talk on preserving
.Terri Prevail Jumping for Joy as their food, both canning and freezing, as
win was announced,and bottom right .: well as ways to use leftovers. She
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Farnsworth and Shana .,. for
Alllion .. made many suggestions cookingin
Schmidt of Mrs. Joyce Sanderson's2nd l' larger quantities and then freezing
e' .
grade class try the not so easy K ... 1 MasssltvaBriefly in serving size packages. She urged
task of dropping a Softball In a lire .. us all to use our small appliances to
while swinging. Jeremy Ganett Is save energy. She gave us several
trying the same team behind Shana. ideas for sharing meals with friends

..........,............................................................................... and neighbors rather than always
eating alone. .
I Submerged Truck Found in River The meeting adjourned after
Truck Sideswiped by Eddie Lee Radford, 27, of Mid. cident at Orange Street and CR-229 refreshments and our friendship cir
Deputies from the Union and Department was called for assistanceand In dleburg, were traveling north on Tuesday, May 20, at 7:13: p.m. with cle. The next meeting will be May 27,
Alachua County Sheriff's Departments deputies from that. county $300 damage was inflicted a SR-121 when Radford started to pass $500 damage inflicted on the vehicles. at which time our speaker will be Ms
assisted In the recovery of a recovered the vehicle. truck-tractor trailer accident on the other vehicle and Clarke travelledto Police records said a 1966 Ford McGee Director of Starke
Lake Beverly ,
pickup truck that was found submerged "The vehicle had no tag and no SR-121 five miles south of the left of the centerline with Rad- sedan operated by Wilbert Thornton Parks and Recreation .
Department.On
in the Santa Fe River at the registration," Lt. Bill Bowen of the Butler, Monday, May 19, at 7:15: a.m. ford's vehicle sideswiping the Clarke 59,of Starke,was stopped at the inter- June 10, the club will meet at 12
with no one injured in the mishap.
Alachua-Unlon County line near the ACSD said. truck. section waiting to make a left turn and
Patrol records noon for a bag lunch our last
bridge at Worthington Springs Fri- Alachua County took possession of Florida Highway and a 1969 Oldsmobile sedan driven
for the We will
Corner meeting summer.
day, May 16, at 5 p.m. the vehicle after it was recovered. show a 1974 Ford truck operated by Turning by Lucille E.Johns,64,of Starke was
It was reported to the UCSD that a "The vehicle was either driven Into Tommy L. Clarke, 16.;of Rt. 3, Lake Causes CollisionNo attempting to turn ontd Orange resume our meetings again on
23 1980.
September ,
pickup truck was in the river near the the river or ran off the road," Bowen Butler and a 1979 Mack Tractor that Street. Thornton then proceeded onto
bridge. Deputies were dispatched to said was pulling a 1974 City trailer driven one was Injured In a two-car ac CR-229 and struck the. Johns' vehicle

'the scene and the vehicle was Iden Anyone having any information on
tined as a 1972 Dodge pickup truck, the ownership or mishap of the vehi --- -
found lying on the bottom of the river cle contact either the Union County
behind a tree. Sheriff's Department or Alachua
The Alachua County Sheriff's County Sheriff's Department. Lay-Bway Now

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laey'i+e'itff And running for AWA... Florida State Prison was Bradford said that the firing stemmed
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t after a 2-month probe of Eddie: Freeman was beaten.
17 cessive force inmate. Sprow Indicated that Freeman
May waS1 I 1 1i on an
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firing last week of four procedure
Union Correctional ""Freeman's half-crazy 'bug'
ual battery and perjury :and he punches me in the face, so II
SportsTACULAR- fifth UCI employee William I fought back," Sprow said.
01f > son of Hampton, resigned The Florida Supreme Court recently
May 15, the day after'the reversed Freeman's murder conviction -
Sv y f 1; fired at UCI. and death sentence, ordering"
? ; ,: In the latest firing :"'. : i J.new trU L:Freeman w.fouJ\d men
5 ; a F Donald Sprow of Lawtey tally incompetent'and h.s.been
ffrr7 I M uM. u i year officer at FSP was transferred to the state mental
four counts: using officla"i hospital at Chattahoocl.ee: according
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against an Inmate, to Bradford.
reports, making false During the Incident In the shower
kids prison inspector and asking Freeman received cuts on the lip and
Keystone Heights and face stitches but he has fully
participated in the Bob Griese/ERA i they're thro lng...- falsify reports.Sprow requiring Bradford
Muscular denies all the recovered according to
Dystrophy Sportstacular on '
sists the reverse is true. He Freeman .was convicted !of
Saturday.The May 17. Included ten ,-Susie Blullle-i, bronze; RobfnCook-t paper that he felt he was assaulting and strangling Helen Ferris
it competition ;i 2 bronze Shaun former and registerednurse
divided Into' silver ; Brown-1 gold. a scapegoat for a nun
all of which
;; 40 V five events: Children were between the ;4 silver 3 bronze; Tony Raleigh-8 just politics Sprow said. in 1976 in Jacksonville. Ferris
i age of groups.and 14 entered in the gold, 1 silver; Max Onborn-1 gold 1 DOC spokesman Vernon surprised Freeman during a burglaryand
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t4 r2A ages six *silver 4 bronze; Ada Criffis-2 silver; confirmed that Officer ; her body was dumped in the St.
..p'In1; 4,, Sportstacular.Pledges received by the children .,Audrie Forsyth-1 silver.In Crews, 23, of Raiford. a Johns River.
the 14 and' over : Officer for 3k years and No criminal charges have been filed -
for In the events will
to the participating Muscular Dystrophy Associa go Franklin Cooper-3 gold, 2 silver, S Queen. 27, of Lake Butler in the beating incident at FSP,
bronze; Jerry Hazen-4 gold,3 silver,. worked at FSP for 6 although. Bradford said the Information -
tion.First prize for a boy and a girl with .S bronze and Bruce Harvin-3 gold S suspended for three weeks has been routinely turned over to
the most points and pledges will be a silver and 2 bronze. pay both.charged by prison

10 speed Western Flyer bicycle.A J-
clock: radio will go to the boy and i ,.._ ..
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and I f pow-to M Tally rune.'mp hear It MMy II
girl with the next most points
6a pledges. The third place winner will
receive a set of tennis racquets and
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tennis balls. .
and they're jumping... These winners will be announced
Thursday May 22, at 7 p.m. at the FABRIC SHOPS,
1I high school football field. In case of
I I ram, the award presentation will be
0 UA held in the Lovorn Real Estate office I
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,Saturday with the. presentation(f' I .'
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place winners in each event. Medal I

w. winners In the were 8 and: 7 year-old age group: : I of first quality fabrics"

f aft, Kim KlnseyA-1 gold;, Melissa :
Thompson-S gold, 2 silver 1 bronze;
Lauri Macaulay-3 silver 2 bronze;
Christopher Payton-2 gold 3 silver 1 lower than
bronze; Jeffry Howard-2 silver; and priced our
Jeffrey Kirtley-1 gold, 2 silver 3

bronze.In the. 8 and 9 year-old age group:
Tony Valentino-2 silver 4 bronze everyday low prices.
Shannon Thacker-1 gold, 3 silver 3 .
bronze; Shuala Martin-I silver; Billy ..1

Coombs Hendricks-1 gold.silver 1 3 silver bronze;; Paul Paul Don't forget...TG&d(, also, has ,low priceson
Akrldge-6 gold 1 silver I bronze;

Steven bronze.In .McCIenney-l: gold, 1 silver 3 sewing accessories! McCall's and .

the 10 and U year-old :/* '
age group

Lord-2 Richard bronze Fulmer-1; Bract silver Newman-1; Keith .$Simplicity> pattem selection, too!

silver, :2 bronze; Terrance Harvln-2
OEIL1kYL gold. 1 silver; Kerry Cooper-1
bronze; Sheri Brown-4 gold,4 silver
1 bronze; Kelly Brown-1
silver, 1 bronze; Theresa Voiles-1 t
bronze; Sara Raleigh-1 gold,2 silver, .t'Y w f
2 bronze; Monica Kelfy-2 gold t .' r r
silver and Christy Grazisno-LaUver--
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rPNrf.,.DeuM.afN w.", quality' tarnlie, 'loom and sup..comfort all,.tn- '
Troopers R.W. Seay and Murray of Baker County. ..me"fabriG and all"al'.pnca you can Iford''Tiwn you tl want tOOS PolyMtvr
=iOO members of a Special Forces Miami area papers reported on DOb1.Yn..bnc daugntd. to. m.*t your.wardrobe., naads.,6 practicalprtca _.. '
Unit based at Camp Blanding were, > and. ..TOAV. ...Cuts.., in..prca wan mora lo o v in*Mvingt yOu'Moe *
Wednesday. May 21,that rioting stopped 7yr6a..O-- "" .P* lM W"wd U..D1.'19091h'
sent to Miami Just before noon Monday Two Executions on Tuesday and Miami looked for ,," .
May 19. to assist with riots in Off ways to heal Itself.The death toll was
that city that had started Saturday ",Called listed on Wednesday morning at 15 1&6io'r .
night. May 17, according to Col. ThVxecutlons of Death Row inmates with'936 arrests mostly. for curfew :1.17 saY
Frank Persons. public,relations officer James David Raulerson and .violations. I i_ MIN Mast LMnaj When your appaawc r..ilyt '
for the National Guard. Johnny Paul Witt. were scheduled for.yesterday'tWednesday. Reports .were* made that count add in* touch .mat railiy'' counts tor a nvaivria t
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Riots started in Miami shortly ? 21),
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: : demonstrations were held Tuesday, 65MODELPotyaa' 35,Comtad Gallon.44,45., ''WOW f
an all-white jury of 12 found IOIUM 'I t'tiave been delayed by court orders.. May 20 In Tampa and in Tallahasseewith .Pull"IN, Rag 1 J9 :
Miami police officers'not guilty"'of- ,TWItt was granted a stay of execu-, one of the demonstrations heldon
charges in connection with the death/! ) ..t1 R'1$ f" the Florida Supreme Court the Florida A&M: campus in I ,11.77 'saY 116/0
of a black Miami business tanan. Thj-; :sflef a hearin was recently held Tallahassee.Col. I Ta.Shot,eMm. Prom Springs Midi,, .quality. fabric that -
trial was held in Tampa after I it4 jw'a, before the state s highest court. Persons reported Wednesday [look* and... '*aJi/ ,q..aio/ lummvr* faiy-cjr* ,
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moved from Miami. ,'<''" Raulerson's death sentencej'wasthrown 'morning. May 21,that the 3.800 guardr jwvar KODKl.t' Pdv..l.r' prtta aSS Oombtd and macnmf Cotton.' u w.y1.b 4"wd' *".a'Pull
Gov. Bob Graham ordered NationalGuardsmen out by'a federal judge who .amen were starting to be relieved and 'I l boiift. Rag J Wye !
from all over the state to ordered him to be resentenced sent home with the rioting halted the 1 1W..y.r
assist with Miami law' enforcement because the trial judge improperly day before and tensions starting 'to, ; l.97'TIHI.' 'f .AY'ttJ.' ...%', LS
personnel to try to restore taw-and,,,... ..r lied on Information thPt'was keptntrwnv ease off.' clink. .By Wom."ac Mict.aa, %
orde to>the Miami area. efense attorneys;' ,i 1"Witt. ,', 4 Colon ,..... Mild knln con .. _
3600 national guard officer were 1 M1waa! sentenced to death for : S .....1I'ul' ....,...,...lflto. 0...... ll r-_ ,
assigned to help restore law and orderto the 1973 murder of Jonathon Markr..Kushncc.Wewl1 f';"" or """ _f.Uf.dSwde; ,full baIfL: II...
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Conner On PunislunentProtest '. Orange street In Starke Friday.May $950 Damage Done .
I Parade ': 'Iii j. IS at 2110p( .m..wlth no one Injured. : :
Two-Car Wreck
I; i'JStarke)' Fire) Department records In .

To JJe'Held May 25,';,;?: 1 !/:-if!show the tire broke out in the attic and! Two vehicles were Involved in is: : :

Ag Exports It A permit for parade to be held Sun i-;' ; 'was caused: by electrical wiring. traffic accident Sunday May 18 ac ;: ::
n e r.r,.. 'day. May 25, at 11 ..ra. has been j-HI. ,v ;No one was home at the time the 5:35: p.m. on SR-16 at Oak Street ht--
fire
started. Starke with no one Injured and $950!!
Issued by the City of SUrke'a CItY!,' .
Florida Commlssroaer ..1AlP'iculture Clerk's office -with the 'parade I\I.//; /''Fire Causes damage to the cars involved. ;'
said 1967 Pontlac
has ,scheduled to start at Starke Elementary Police'report a :
Doyle Colder rWslvqeel -
a "Certificate of-Mprit"" from the, school and wind up at Florida $250,Damage TaTractorTrailer' sedan operated by Timothy Luke Kin-
I I 16 of Green Cove Springs ends
near
State Prison.
U.S. Department' of AgrioiltjirVs
Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS)' Records In the city clerk's office 1968 Dodge sedan driven by VictoriaW.
'$250/ suffered McCrary 55, of Starke were both
for his "achievements In expanding show the application was made for damage was bock
exports of U.S. agricultural product the permit by "Students against the tractor-trailer in a fire In the 300 eastbound on SR-16. McCrary was.
and support for the USDA's export, Death Penalty" from Gainesville,. of North Temple Avenue In Starke at waiting on an oncoming vehicle giving
and another group from Gainesville 7:35: a.m. Friday, May 16 with no in a left turn signal when Kinnear

programs.Conner is the lint per8OII.outaIdeFAS t called "Campaign against Capital juries. ; failed to stop ana struck McCrary's.car ..
to receive such an award. Punishment Fire department records show the in the rear.
According to the Florida Department ) Ann Palms, spokeswoman for the tractor trailer owned by Food Fair, No citations were Issued by police.!.,'

of Agriculture the Ute ranks I "Campaign i against Punishment" caught on fire when the wheel bearing

20th in the nation as an exporter of group told this paper that the march burned. Avoiding Dog i-
will commemorate the first anniversary
farm products. Steering Wheel Locks.
Florida ranks second In exports of .. of the death of John SpenkeUnk: Crash Caused When Leads to Wreck : .- ;

citrus products with more than a 30 The front suspension broke locking the steering wheel, causing this truck to who was put to death In Florida's Hang Glider No one was Injured in a one vehicle'

percent share of the nation's' nw off Madison Street In Starke and Into a ultlllly pole. Five. passengers were electric chair a year ago. He was the fluns Out of GasA accident on CR-21A 12 miles south of
rented for minor Injuries. first person executed In the electric
shipments. Starke Monday May 19,at 12:19 a.m.
is fourth In total U.S.:exports chair in the state in IS old Marlanna
The state years. 27-year man was with $400 damage done to the van In-
of vegetables and preparations The parade will protest the death not injured and walked away after his ,volved.
and fifth in the export of fishery pro 3 Arrested in BurglariesBy penalty and the Injustice that Is going hang glider-ran out of gas Sunday 'The Florida Highway Patrol report

ducts. Florida ranks seventh In the on In the state's prisons according to night May 18 at 7 p.m. on the old air- showed that a 1977 GMC van operated ._

of tobacco and peanuts and Palms. port property that was recently purchased by Herbert M. Herres, 21, of Stark;'
loin exporting of poultry ana eggs. Bradford Sheriff's Dept.' She said people from all over the by the City of Starke from was westbound on CR-21A. As Herres
and state have been notified -about the Fred Mueller. I is
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nuts preparations. started around a curve to the right ,.:,:
According to the latest figures planned march but she added with Bradford County Sheriff's Department dog ran in front of the van. Herres.:

available, the department resorts Three arrests 'have been made by a nearby house where he'called the this memorial day weekend there is records! show Randall K. Brown turned to the left to avoid a collision,'. .
Florida farmers sold 70 percent of the Bradford County Sheriffs Depart- law.Police no way of telling how many people to took off in his motorized hang glider ran off the road and struck a fence. ;
their soybeans 63 percent of their ment in connection with recent house are still looking for a local' expect for the parade. "Easy Rider" at 6:45 p.m. Sunday, .No citation was issued by they" ..
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tobacco. 37 percent of their peanuts 1 burglaries In Hampton and Lawtey juvenile 17, with a previous record of May 18, and shortly afterwards ran Highway Patrol. .
of their vegetable armed burglary No FindingsIn out of The then
and 10 percent but a fourth suspect a 17yeaNildJuv8llUe gas. glider went Into a

abroad is still at large.A BradfordCounty Sheriffs Depart- Two Prank tailspin and crashed in a wooded area _. .-_..-.-..
The Republic of Chlna'on'Talwaifrecently 97-year-old Hampton man has ment deputies arrested Danny C. west of the old airport. RoadKilled ?g
signed contracts totaling been arrested In connection with a Summers 29, of Lawtey on a chargeof Bomb ThreatsTwo BCSD records show the glider'was Deer Crossing -.

nearly $30 million to buy euros,, burglary at the home of T.J. Alder- accessory after the fact in the bomb threats have been damaged extensively. by Truck f 2 g

phosphate rock, soybeans and glue man In Hampton. William M (Bill) Waters burglary. Records show Sum- reported to the Starke Police Depart- pickup :: ::::
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damage was a : :
cured tobacco from Florida. Davis was arrested Friday May 16. mers is charged with driving Martel ment with no apparent findings made Five InjuredIn
truck which struck and killed deer ::::
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and charged w.lth burglary grandtheft by the department after Investigating One-Vehicle
burglary ., on US-301 two miles north of Stark. ::::::.

e or. of silver of several from hundred the Alderman dollars worth house Summers posted $5,000 bond and on one W.at the Brownlee Handyway street Grocery In Starke store Accident on SR-100 Monday, May 19, at 10:10 a.m., with :.:::::::
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not Injured.
which was ransacked about threeweeks was released from jail. Saturday afternoon May 17,and Mon Five persons sustained minor injuriesin A Florida Highway Patrol report Sj::::.:::
Martel was charged with two other
ago. day morning May 19 at the Eagle a one vehicle accident on SR-loo,40
states that 1979 Chevrolet :
Davis posted bond and was released burglaries by the BCSD. Army-Navy store on SR-100 in Starke., feet west of Broakway In Starke a pickup'truck _::::
r Records show he was charged with operated by Leon Starling, 57;i::::.::
from the Bradford Police
after
Jail In reported of.
County sending 15
Thursday May at 1:14: p.m. with '
of Rt. 1 Box 95 CR-225
Lawtey, wastraveling ::
burglary and criminal mischief in ex-,
fleers '
Starke. to the stores that the ofa
reports $1,500 damage to the vehicle involved.
Some say that looking at taaphirei > cess of $1,000 of Evergreen Baptist north on US-301 when a deer:0'::;:::
Previously a man that was found bomb proved false In both Police records show
cases. 1963
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strengthen the eyea. looting a Lawtey home was arrestedby Church CR-125 west of Lawtey Chevrolet truck operated by Clarence ran into the path of the vehicle. The. ;::::::;:
deer struck and killed. :.
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with the offense taking place Monday Three,ArrestedIn :
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County 20 of Starke
B.Thompson, was pull- .
No citation
May 12.Martel. was issued by the :::::;
Department and charged with Tackle Ing out of a driveway turning west on '
Shop .
Florida Thsatro burglary grand theft in the Alderman has been charged withburgl8l' SR-100 when the steering locked highway patrol. : : : :
case. ) of the Jimmy Wilkerson Robbery CaseAn because the left suspension arm

Starke 964-54sj Raymond Joseph Martel Jr.. 23, of home which in records Lawtey show Friday the May 9, in 18-year old Starke man and two 'broke. The truck veered off to the Fire Destroys \H\ ::
following
Jacksonville, was arrested onburglary Items juveniles 12 and 14 have been arrested right and struck a power pole belong- Parked Car .
\ grand theft charges. were pUfered: currency to the of Starke.
ing City
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Police
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Fri. Sat.& Sun. Martel gave himself up to deputiesat jewelry, shotgun, electric guitar hunting connection with a Sunday May 18 Records show five passengers In A 1975 Chevrolet sedan was
\ the local jail Tuesday, May 13,and bow, radio and miscellaneousitems. the vehicle Melissa Ham-
breaking and entering at Martin's Thompson : destroyed by fire In the Keller Street
Sylvester Stallon was charged with armed burglary, Tackle 301 North Temple avenue mond, 20; Angel Hammond five; parking lot of the RJE school Mon-
Martel Is held lieu of
i theft of firearms from Danny Waters bond each being In $5,000' with police recovering most of the Bertha Thompson, 54; Roy Thompson day, May 19, at 4:30 p.m., with no one
In house In Lawtey and assault with in- on charge.El items pilfered.Clyde 32; and Cathy Thompson, IS, all in the vehicle at the time the fire was
tent to commit murder. Paso, Texas authorities have of Starke treated in
Dewitt Daniels, 18, of Starke were the discovered.
ROCKYand Waters at mid-afternoon on Monday placed a of detainer on Martel on a and two juveniles were arrested and emergency room at Bradford County Records of the Starke.Fire. Depart-
violation
May 12, decided to go to his probation case. charged with the breaking and enter Hospital in Starke and released after ment show that the vehicle belonged
He is a suspect in a number of, .
house in Lawtey and discovered that in treatment. tp Cynthia Ross of Lawtey.
the house was being burlarized by two burglaries BCSD in Alachua County, accor Police records show Items were Patroleman Don Allen cited
records.
men. ding to pilfered and recovered by police of- Thompson for violation of driver's
ROCKY il One of the intruders opened the license restrictions.
ficers Lt. M.L. Patrolemen
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front screen door as Waters walked Willie Searcy and K. Mcintire Roping
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r Rated: PO" fW' U toppn/ !pointed Waters' own f/ : K with recovery! made by the officers at Two Vans Collide Club's'AnhualFrolics ; fl
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kill him if Waters didn't come Inside \ .i r ,' The items taken Include four Injuries The Bradford County Roping Club's -
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301 Drive-ha the house. Waters said he'd just haveto [00 1"PS"A\ = flippers, three bike locks four rubber $200 damage was recorded in a two- Annual Frolics will be held Saturday

shoot him and turned and ran. Tea was introduced to America 11.. masks, four canteens two hunting van accident Friday, May 16 at 3:05: May 24, at the Roping Club Arena
Fri. & Sat. ,Waters ran behind his truck and on to by the Dutch. 1 knives with, case, one pocket knife, p.m. on U.S. 30115 feet south of South North of the Fair Grounds on 301 .
,' one bush hat eight skinning knives, Walnut street in Starke with no one in beginning at 9:00: a.m. and ending -
around
rtES 1 five with ski jured. midnight. '
frog giggs pole,one rope '
HORN 200 Inch nylon rope one shark hook, Police report said a 1979 Chevroletvan Events will include barrel racing, .
OF IAWTEV two cast nets two western belts with operated by Ronald E. Menne,48, pole bending, basket weaving, etc. '' -

holsters, five life vests one used clock of Louisville, Kentucky and a 1975 Riding clubs from Duval, Baker, .
U.S. 301 North radio, sevem sets of dice one snorkel Ford van driven by Lester Arnold Union, Clay, Putnam, St. Johns and .'

*Open til 9:00 pm Friday Nights* one slingshot with extra rubber six Harrison 25, of Interlachen were both Bradford Counties will will ar- '
sSESttSBss. boxes of steel balls two cards of travelling south on U.S. 301. Menne ticipating. Chicken dinners be'

fishing lures, one package of corks, was in the Inside land changing lanes served The general public is invited
'seven rubber rafts, three rods two to the outside lane and struck Har- and encouraged: to attend at no.
9 PLUS
Management reels, eight boat paddles one hand rison in the left front bumper.No charge. "..

Burt Reynolds axe, four fishing! spears with poles citations were issued by police. Anticipated participants expected. .
In of '
1/2 set of car raings, assorted handtools excess 250.AFSCME'2848
CrJ: one jar of vaseline one ketch Right of WayViolation

THE'ENI WE CHUR radio, one cigar box with assorted CausesTwoVehicle .

calculator.fishing hooks one tote bag and one CrashNo .. "
To Have
Party
FRIDAY one was Injured in a car-station
SPECIAL < Farmer's Mutual wagon accident on U.S. 301 at SR-100 President 1'" "Doug" Spears ;
Sun. & Mon:
and U.S.301 In Starke AFSCME Local Union
?,' Robbed May 17A Friday, May 16 2848, an- .
at 11:36 a.m. with$1,500 damage doneto nounces that 'Celebration"{ Party : .
C.h\cken Exchange at Farmer's the vehicles. hns been planned for Saturday night,. ,
Fred 3 Mutual : North U.S. 301 in Police report said a 1973 Ford May 31, at the Moose Lodge on SR 100. .
or Ribs Starke Saturday evening, May 17 with station-wagon operated by Thomas L. East, from 8 p.m. 2 a.m. '.'
.Q ve cash and boots taken In the break-in Meng, 20, of Hampton was north The party will begin with a barbeque
BOr-S according to Starke Police Department bound on U.S. 301 in the Inside lane. A dinner and conclude with music
records.! 1969 Chevrolet sedan driven by Ran. and dancing. .

Records show an undetermined dall Eiland, 17, of Keystone) Heightswas Local Vice-president 'Bill Thorn-
*28 Flavors of Ice Cream amount of cash and change, along southbound on U.S. 301 In the left burgh Is chairperson of the party and:
with a pair of Wellington Boots and a turning lane, when Eiland turned left says that the/local union is the legal.

I A- All Flavors Milkshakes & Sundaes ': pair of Western boots, were the items onto SR-100 In front of Meng. The bargaining, agent for' correctional ,
; I stolen. right of Meng's vehicle struck EilandIn employees in ten of the Northeast .:

Banana Splits .........jl. 'I the right side.Patroleman Florida Counties. :
.. Jimmy Moor.e's Eston G. Mosher cited All members and their guests are '.

I Bar-B-Que Chicken Victim of Breaking Eiland for violation of,right of way. invited to attend and meet the new-
QRAV6desires members that during: -
Bar-B-Que Ribs And Entering No Injuries In Phase I of the Organizing Drive. '.:

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breaking and- entering was TwoVehicleParking
AnMPHReWflM [[F IC;. Cuban Sandwiches v;reported to Starke Police by officials Crash : ::'
.at Jimmy Moore's Sun Sports in Lot Hunter Education i: :

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n -'-- downtown Starke which occurred No :
one was Injured in a two-car Course OfferedHAWTHORNE..If :
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--i over the weekend of May 1719. mishap Friday, May 16 at 5:40 p.m. in : : : ':
Police records show entry was the parking lot of Thompkins Grocery you like ,1-1
rBolrdy '; 'made Into the south side of the Store In Lawtey with $100 damage hunting or lust the great outdoors, .,:::
'building with the thieves then openinga done to the vehicles involved. then you will want to take the Hunter .

door to gain entry into the business. Florida Highway Patrol report saida Education course being offered by the ..
Items pilfered were two Conley 1972 Chevrolet sedan operated by Fla. Game '& Fresh Water Fish -.

hook skis valued at, $400 and an Aline Lee. S3, of Lawtey was parkedin Comm. f :: .
:of Starke l' i undetermined amount of change froma front of a 1974 Ford Mustang owned The' topics. will include manager;
coffee ment .and identification of wildlife 1
1 machine. by Bennie Harrington, 27, of Lawtey. ; :
GRAND : OPENING i' ,. Lee failed to see the other vehicle and survival and first-aid, landowner- 'ta''r

.. i I Civil Defense Bldg.. backed up Into the Harrington vehi sportsman relations enforcement, .
firearm safety and many more.This .- '
Broken Into :
of New Bar ,1r: : cle.No citations course Is required In 27 states In- : "
Issued
were by the
"" Frw" I Ila.t )It-Two: Weekends highway patrol. eluding Georgia and some Provinces :_:':}' :
of Canada,and is to men,
j; Completely' Remodeled iyfn'S MaY I open women Land r
23 ; ,
? s !IJ0.: Bradford 'County: Civil Defense Lake Butler Man children' 10 years of age and ;;;
older.
/ Larger Dance Floor 'OP Director Jerry Thompson ::
'1-'ir reported to. Saved by Miracle"A The Hunter
,..c; I <: the Bradford County Commission Education class will ::
at
a
(
,; 'edDrInks i special meeting Monday, May 19 that: 23-year old Lake Butler man begin May 15 at the Hawthorne High
,I; I the Civil Defense building at the miraculously escaped injury(when his School,7 p.m.and will run until 9 p.m. ;

'Hers. ..D' r Bradford County Fair Grounds was! vehicle collided with a Georgia The remaining dates of the class are -:
oeuvlJ's broken into for the second weekend in Southern freight train during a heavy May 22, 29, June 5. 12, 19, and the

n ; : I, a row and 13,800( ,worth.of items were rainstorm Friday, May 16, on SR121at range class June 21. :
,,KoaJ 1aUu613anj.' ,, < taken. the railroad crossing .in Lake i Participants who complete the \ ;:
f ,, 'He said the i. building" air conditioner! Butler with$1,800 damage to the vehicle course will receive certification ::
t Involved. which is valid throughout the United "> ;;
'/" was damaged especially the duct
)
Lounge n' )(j Ar faring :. Live work. A number of communications' Florida'Jllghway Patrol report saida States and Canada. For more Infer- -::
-. .... Band Item ccorW 1974 Chevrolet sedan operated by' .matlon contact the Lake City regional'
were
equipment pilfered
Mon. Sat.. .4iOO'! PM;:H2OOAM: ? .' .: '. :,"}; ,\;' meq!r:i Sat:,Nile' : .I', ."ding to Thompson:: i" '. :' > Butler Robert Lee was Washington northbound, 23, of Lake Office at 18003428105.: ;.
"Thompson reporteddlesd fuel was ion'SR-121' :-

o ,:' r one of the major items stolen that was}t when Washington tried to stop for a ..
< i:ft'It ,, It, r.Ii t I stored at the civil defense building Incase freight 'train driven by engineer NOW PIAYNT ..

-- _. ': .I. t '. '.. ,.- t i of an emergency. Thomas N. Lunsford, 40, of Valdosta,, 'AN, 0100. -
Georgia :at the railroad crossing,
d UA I Allen Home ; couldn't stop skidded Into the side of J -: :
. '- '- U.S. 301 N. '"' the train,then travelled 52 feet before The first motion picture f
l .Q.Star. J JM' ..Destroyed: by, Fire: coming to rest north of the train. copyrighted in the U.S. was 1'<": : :

! ..;: e. .....' ::4.tI\Op.S\ at OOM) damage.recorded hi a fire Trooper!R.EBuck) Phillips citedVWashington 'of,a men inetiing. The year'. =_ :::
for careless
lrsiswt _ltMftDcrc n_ s_ 4 IIoc__ the Tom Allen residence at 301N. driving. was 1894.



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Solar Energy Plant At Hampton Going Full':Blast I


Forty-nine representatives from 19 tors The firm sold 440 solar collectors ,notes. ._
r foreign countries attended a 3-day In (15 in February, 690 in In ten R e I$;s solar.alr-condillonjng
seminar and exhibition on solar JanuaZ7 In April. aystefnf" Uoe; on the market. Savlflpredicts.

energy equipment at the* U.S. Solar Bradford residents buying a solar Production will require a
Energy Corp. lust south of Hamptonon water heating system are offered a 20 |1.6 million Investment in tooling and
SR-325 was held Thursday and Friday percent discount In addition to the 40 .development' exists at the Hampton
May 15 and H. percent tax credit offered by the I panti, / this j Intit t will be enlarged
The seminar was part of a $3' Federal Government. Net cost I is I now .peginnlng June:
million U.S. State Department grant 11,341 with the government rebate.)
e sneer which has been committed for trainIng The water heating system will pay for ftMore I Food
wraw_ an International audience in alternative Itaelf in utility l bill savings la 3.3 years !
h rise energy technoIC!\{lr. U.s. Solar and save IIS.OOO over: 20 years, Sayl""" MoreFishLAKE"G '
Corp. President FhUllpSavUl: said the ,
Hampton firm taught the principle of Installation usually takes two flays
solar.energy to 37 foreigner in 1979, with 'no'' Inconvenience< to the; I't':.......The Florida
.and a third seminar Is set In three homeowner. All systems have I an Game and Fresh Water Fish Commis
,months. electrical' backup element whtgh't 'sion's northeast regional fisheries
Countries represented here last comes on automatically when the Min fit. 'crew, \\81, currently;\ doing extensive
week were Bangladesh, Belize, doesn't shine for three dayi. A sun-p work on Lowery and Geneva Lakes
Bolivia, Dominican. Republic dard system for a family of four will, ,located near StF'ke.The focal point of
Ecuador, Egypt Haiti, India, In-, supply percent of all bomewter, ) !' the experiment\ is to provide more
donesia, Jamaica, Jordan, Kenya, needs, Savilleays. forage tor.Jaraemouth and sunshine
'" ,I' '''', ''J:::'':' .' AY Nigeria, Philippines, Portugal Solar hot water heating systems In bass by stocking threadfin shad.
ac I' ', i Rwanda, Sudan, Thailand, aCiaTunisia. new homes, FHA and HUD approved,, Threadfin shad have proven to be of
increase the $7 nutritional
mortgage payment high value to bass populations
The Hampton solar energy equip- per month but mean(26 saving in .use while not being detrimental to
ment manufacturing firm has a 3-day of electricity. The 40 percent tax' ,panfish. Threadfins feed primarily on
training seminar set for residents of credit plus the 20 percent discount offered plankton (microscopic plants and
A, the United States this July 17,18, and Bradford residents add up to animals): and stay In 'open water
19. Fee for Bradford residents is $125, more than the down payment, Savill therefore ,they/ don't compete with
,including instructional manuals and panfish.;' c
lunches for three days.Guest speaker Airman Valentine The two year study was Initiated
Solar. Collectors
on Display... Is Dr. Eric A. Farber known as the Based In Colorado with the; aid and cooperation of the
father of solar energy and a professorIn Santa Fe Bassmasters from Keystone
Thrte solar collectors on display at the U.S. Solar Corporation that some years age hut reverted to the black paint his mechanical engineering at the SAN ANTONIO, Texas Airman'' Heights. It is designed to follow the
just south of Hampton on SH-325 are being tested laboratory to avert a* streets questioning about the green University of Florida. His son, Webb Simon Valentine Jr., son of Mr. and had from stocking to reproduction.
for durability and efficiency; Some of the collectors are paint from visitors. Farber, Is a part-owner of the Hampton Mrs. Simon Valentine Sr., of Route 1. and hopefully their establishment as
early models and some the latest models. The offices of U...later. Corp.are at left In the photo. At firm. Brooker, Fla., has been assigned to a of the fish
permanent part population
Some of the newer collectors are painted dark green. Instead right Is the shod.whore the solar collectors are maunfac-: Solar ls not a product of the future. Lowry Air Force Base Colo., after .. .
of black because research has found the dark green tured. Solar is here today" Savill said, testifying completing Air Force basic training. Jerry' Krummrich, regional
collectors collect more heat. Dr. Eric Farber discovered During the six weeks at LacklandAir .
before the Gainesville hearingon fisheries biologist states "within two,,
Base airman,
Force here, the
alternative sources last be, able. to
energy t'years.washpuld < see a
studied the Air Force
Friday sponsored by U.S. Rep Don mission." significant weight difference between
and and received
Fuqua, D-FL, and U.S. Rep. Richard organization customs rela-- ten Inch largemouth bass before and
in
A. Ottinger, D.NY. Fuqua Is chair- special training human after threadfin.stocking, and If this
man of the Science and Technology tions. program is successful It will be expanded
Committee of the U.S. House and Ot- The airman will now receive to other lakes within the
tinger Is chairman of a subcommitteeand specialized Instruction in the supply region."
a proponent of solar energy field Lakes under consideration for
energy Airman Valentine Is a 1979 future stocking are"- Ocean Pond.
U.Solar Energy now manufac- graduate of Buchholz High School, .Palestine, Lake Butler and the Camp
tures water heaters and solar collec- Gainesville. Fla. Blandlng lakes.

41 p Conservation CampsLAKE
Summer Food ProgramFor
CITY.......Children ages 8 through 14 that are interested
ChildrenThe in the outdoors can experience a summer of fun at
+ Suwannee River Economic the two youth conservation camps operated by the Florida ;
Council will be sponsoring the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission. i
"Summer Food Service Program for The Ocala Youth Conservation Camp Is located on Lake ,
Children" at recreational, enrich Eaton In the Ocala National Forest. The Everglades CampIs =
ment, school sites parks or in the Corbett Wildlife Management Area .near Palm i
playgrounds from June 23 to August Beach. A
15. The program U similar to the National Both camps offer fishing, swimming, canoeing archery, =>
School Lunch Program.It hunter education, hiking and nature crafts plus all the w.
provides nutritionally balanced memories that make a summer fun. -
meals to needy children regardless of The camps will operate for eight one-week sessions starting is
\f race, color or national origin during June 15 with the last session ending August 9. Childrencan =
'. summer vacation when school attend one or more sessions with advance reservations.For .
.',,"' breakfasts and lunches are not additional Information contact the northeast regional :S
(' ,til" available. office In Lake City at 752-0353 or toll free at 1800-342( -8103S5SS ;
,
.,
All children U years and youngerare G
eligible for a (lunch) at no charge.
are only approved for CASH MONEY SSSS
geographical areas of need where
one-third of the children qualify for. For All
free reduced meals during 240rf'ircyPE
or price L

Hot Water From the,Sun... the school year. ALUMINUM CAN -, .
: 1 1 : The following sites,will be' par-! --
-* IS t. f-*** *; '
Webb Farber.center, explains how a solar water heater 49.:The students'first ti.fed the water to see how hoi It d.atifr Ucipating; In the food program: mam ing I'
Recreation Center, Plea-
last Friday. Lawtey
operates to members of a foreign delegation numbering
1 sant Grove Park, Ebenezer Baptist HWY. 18 Brooker, Flarday .
Church, Camp Enyatl. Reno Recrea-
more FSP.Probe... from page IB) tion Center, Hampton, School, Speed- lie a !9 nm to 5 Pftl
ville Holy Temple of Cod in Keystone
the state attorney. Bradford said Wainwright issued a Heights, and Pratt Street Recreation Cash In Your Hand For Aluminum Cans
Assistant State Attorney Tom statement In Tallahassee Wednesday Department. !
Elwell told this paper Wednesday morning that he supports the staff fully
morning that his office had not received when they are right. He reported ::
a complaint about the incident Wainwright stated he supported the tf
from prison officials. administration at FSP 100 percent.A KAML
Bradford pointed out that the incident spokesman for the Federal &A

was reported to prison officialsby Bureau of Investigation in Jackson- ...
another officer. ville declined to comment when contacted x:
Bradford denied a report in an area by this newspaper on whether'the The sxrtid.wMts assn's .area N sssek all itrr. during the .MS
paper that Sprow was fired for refusing Freeman case was one of the period b errrarrd I won to s eNsoilky .f n.roh.nWwre" she
to change his sworn incident cases that the FBI Is investigating for I
report to suit higher prison officials civil rights violation. jI
who promised a 30-day suspension instead The spokesman did confirm that
of the firing exchange for the agents were investigating some cases HAHDMMIE I
alteration.The for possible civil right violations at r a r a
firings at UCI and FSP have led both FSP and UCI.
to complaints by many prison The Florida Times-Union, In a story
employees, who say they are being Saturday May 17, reported that the' j
made scapegoats for Bradford County FBI has begun investigating possible '
native Louie L. Wainwright, DOC violations of inmates' civil rights at
Secretary who has been under fire both prisons.The z"zrrr, ,a f I
from the media and some legislatorsfor spokesman stated he was not at
conditions in Florida prisons. liberty to comment on the report in 4i"l'a );
After work Tuesday an angry the T-U story that eight incidentswere i
group of prison employees gatheredat being investigated at both .
a convenience store at the gate to prisons. j
the state prison on CR-16 and called Rep. Arnett Girardeau, .
the officer a "snitch",.who reported D-Jacksonville, chairman of the : PORli<. t spmhdd! a

the Freeman incident to prison .officials bouse subcommittee on prisons, 99 '
released depositions last week to the 99 88 I
The group indicated they intend to media in Tallahassee which involveda
stand behind the trio of officers at half dozen former and present VALUE 26 3IL2 5 7es ,4 6.99
both institutions but declined to tell guards at FSP and UCI who testified VALUE VALUE VALUE i
the media what. action they would to the committee about prison brutality .
take. The guards names were withheld.
State statutes prohibit state Girardeau confirmed that he had SHOWER HEAD 3 GAL.SPRAYER SPRINKLER HOSE INSECTACIDE !
employees from striking. been contacted by the FBI. recentlybut 'Salf coining hud adluttf from sharp spray to soft 3 gallon polyethylene unit H..VY'd uly waatriarmlitint Contrail' major intact
Bradford confirmed that 21 out of 60 refused to give the names of the ,rim*. Full brats chrome pitted .bill joint and nuf. with 12" brail wind pintle. Ideal l tor _tt. For<_,'fl_.,
I .127C adjustable noiile long 4 Driving grass or talking fruits.wevet.bb..- Easy touu .c
officers on the 7 a.m. shift change guards for fear of reprisals and his
ft. flexible' hoM.307P, sh.ubs. Iran and gardani.LengthSO with any (how and
Wednesday. May 21, called In sick promise to protect them. '. 950. .....y.r. Pint size l 06050.
He said the garment factory was' "I'd be very happy to see it happen
closed for other reasons and outside ." Girardeau said of an FBI
work crews were cancelled because investigation, "but I had given a per- I fI
the National Guard was not available son my word that I would not disclose
to assist with prison discipline since their names."
3800 guardsmen were called to '
1
Miami to assist with the riots. ,
Bradford indicated the prison was

adequately covered with the officers "Games lubricate the body .1
that reported for work. and the mind" -
Sprow confirmed that during his Benjamin Franklin ..

tour stabbed of duty four at times.FSP that he'has Been vN IIm.. IRTNO AstroTinrff.FENCE .

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Attorney at Law ft GRASS .
DlCltLATIJltClPRlNKLEIt! EDGER CARQEttRAKE i
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OtctlUtlng: future adjmtaM. warningram. Safe around trees, trirubt DOORMAT ,.; I"22 spr hrt l.....u..4' ,
the opening of additional 0sprinkler. and omamanul l borders,: Lang! latting, antiskid : _
Announces ,_. ,. A" gnat. icwinklar M aarut Wilt not stain gravel 'or. backing. 'Es.y'to '....n.. ;:f1'--to"iMJIII', '''

office for the practice of Law located at ., h' ..,' print. -013..IV'. .. pavement Pri'mix*d. long. ".iltlfadlng.shodd''llor'! ,.reach. 'ds.p donate. Into' 9row1 grow!. 'I
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OBITUARIES :Keystone. PI roa Rda' 'M J wl'CbNOilt''Aii6mva/ ci l l
Seventy-Day Adventist, .. .; I. I, I", Cloud. Meeting Monday. 4

To Have Campmeetlng I r ".m.,Open,meeting!, frl,;
CAUGHT UP IN THI MNT-O- i" ''
Akmon
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> 8'p.mv MondayB
Lloyd Cecil Padgett, The 86th Annual Camp Meeting Off-4 llAMA Ar. you cramp** MISCELLANEOUS : FOR live acres overlooking/lake,, drew Drugs',feinerty El,. :day p.m.'Alalovn' Monday t
,
R.4d Cecil Padgett, 70, died of the Seventh-day Adventist will.Wi' and restricted In your tiny. SALE (access available) with:, Gee Ceromru Shop" hone f.M. /meeting: I"*
Box 409 SUrke early June \ ''at apartment?. Does .' ) !
held May'30 7, beginning : your AMERICAN LEGION RINOOn nice .tree1 from $3JOO 473.3411. rfnehoVlS'RlSIOINTIAl' \ Educational Aultdlnai\ Corm
TWO .
; ACRtt. ,... ,
Saturday Ma "'I I landlord hinder .r 00 $500' morning
7:15: p.m. : your Highway 21 :north. Saturday t down, 150 s month. rnunlty Church rtnchg S/1,1:
Florida Regional Hospital, In The daily schedule of meetings 0141!!,; lifestyle? dive. MW life to, 7 p.nV.' and!Sunday,2p.m. *near Keystone. Haiohra.1X ',r.Commorcloi.frontage--: COMMIRCIAMl IB*' CURT JAMES PLUMBING and:!
,down $66.51..
Gainesville, following.an extended Il- .7,a.m.,. 8.30 a.m.,, 10:45: a.m,. :1:30 i> V.Ui the apartment. Public Inyltad. ,4tpd, Phone. 473.405s.pprmonth" Investment opportunity.. CH/A, llreplac 111-21\. Repair: j ,, Doyi--colt

Iness. 'p.m.. 2:45 p.m.. 4 p.m'l and 7:15 p.m., ) ;dweller.. .. 'a Spocloul and '5/1.22 .' ,473.4367 altar 6 or .1' .21N. Ownar-aoleunan. north of KH.,$MO! month. ,1. 475-11. hill y ....eal5\
Born in Brooker, Florida,. August 8 and 11 church services both Sab- roomy;. 2 3 .bedroom SHORIMASKR ALUMINUM tfnchg 424GIASTRON p.m 473.4375. tfnchg 9/22 AUO--COMMIRCIAl' 1 377-1094. Stohg 11IS.2I'.J

18, 1909, Mr. Padgett was employedby baths. models with payment that boat lilt and 'SKI, .I PflDCRPtOSi SI$ and $20. NCI SPACE, ocro.. .irom,. ,C"'IIII portableCliff BOAT-lf .
the Bradford Co. Maintenance It will be at the Forest' ...'..ke'. ,arc e'-pw"'an of' tent with' lor free demo. I33HP Mercury, I'han..7J.71S1.ltchgS/22: town hall. 400 square leet.SIM WORK-bvlld patios,

Dept., as a machine operator until his Academy, Forest City Florida, near one our special financing Weekdays. 473-2995, bilge paw.rIrlm and "" month.KiYSTONE addition,
plane W have pump, Iflr.plac.1
onto I .
weekend !HEIGHTS ;
retirement In 1970. He was the son of Orlando. ready to 475-399. Ifnchg cover. excellent condition HOMES REALTY: Free
move Into
the late James W. and Louvinla Sweat day Adventist now. 51RIDING' 12,893. REALTOR animate Days4734673Nights.7824906 -
Any Florida Seventh- Call BOB ,HARRIS AF. 473-3202, tfnchg:
Padgett and was a member of the church member and friends are invited FORDABLE HOMES 327 W. 9/19 FOR SALE 473-4961; 6tpd

Northslda Baptist Church of Starke. to attend. The purpose of.the. Call St. Stork. Fl. Call fun LESSONS Summer SOLAR ICMINke.pi out '' tfnctig 5/22 5/22.6,6 --

Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. meeting Is for progress report*, Instructional 964.5531); anytime. 1/I nice In Melroie.d/b/a 1'_. Mat'sow.s on electricity, MI SPWNOSi 4 SR, 2 bath, OPHOUTWVl. Rea onoble-Oi.

Estelle Waters Padgett, Starke; two periods inspirational ser- 3tch9 5/13 5/15 Stable- Coll 475-2610 provide privacy, fireproofand fireplace one full acra" OPPORTUNITIESWANTIOt price Phan., .473 2032,,,,

daughters, Mrs. Catherine Sapp and vices and reconsecration to Christ. etchg 6/5. very itron8 Par horn Over 1500 aq. ft. .$1300 4lpd 5/22-0/12 I ", .. ",vo,

Mrs. Annette Norman both of The theme this year is "To Awaken or builneii. For tree down for qualified buyer ;' People from all ..jo

Starke; two sons Elwood and Ken- Revival.". estimate call 473-2335 or. Payment under $300 walk of Ilia that are In. CARS & 'M.

neth, both of Starke; four brothers, 4732584. Stchg 5/22-6/5 month. Available 90 days. termed In working from
Coleman Padgett of Fairbanks I LAM ion AND ACRIAOI-. Phone Bob Harris 964.3533 the hom.. For free Information TRUCKSttl'?

Everett and DeWitt Padgett both of dinnerset MM MMrraM KIM. me. Keystone Heights, owner or 473-3133.: S/15 Stchg tend tamped,
Gospel sing financed /29. 19" Rambler Ambonedor.
Licensed Real 10
Estate Broker percent In.terest. aoll.qddr..ad envelope to
and A.Z. Padgett of Brooker;
Starke
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three Mrs. Cora Milliard at Pine Grov, tot on clear land G.A. Raid, e.O. Box 126, A/Cr radio htar. Tires.,;
sisters 3 Beautiful Lakefront estates. bottomed lake, priced to FOR RENT KH 32656. 4tpd 5/1-5/22 good. Al l$350.473-3411-1
Gainesville, Mrs. Virginia Bleasdale, A gospel sing and chicken pileau tall from $9.000. On. to EARN SICOND INCOMI- tlnchg /17 o'

Keystone Heights, and Mrs. Orene dinner will be held at Pine Grove From '125,000. Commission mailing. For '1
Cowart of Starke and twelve grand- Methodist Church SR-199 at OFFICE OR SHOP SPACE an
; on free detail end self, WANTED
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children David and Rhonda Sapp Raiford Saturday, May 24. Owner Financing available. lit I'; Lawrence Blvd. next to An addressed envelope to lAP cJ;"

Tammy Tracy, Dean Regina Jason Featured singers will be the Pate G' im r'f; ::::> Distributor. Suite 2-S, CASH FOR COLOl Sterling'"I
Tina .... Bill 11114. l -lake Gen.
John and LJ Padgett, Chet Family. Dinner will be served at 5:30 va -- 1105 N. Main St.. diamond, (jewelry, colni"

and Wesley Norman. p.m. with the sing following at 7:30 g"oes" atir/l. Fit. a5H4 SERVICE S. 100 ft x 436 ft.Lots Oolneivllle, FL 32601 Itpd and "'nlalgald. Will vl.I'.*.i

Funeral services were conducted at (M)4Mel) Restricted for 1850 sq. 5/22 your home. -376-5233.,

2 p.m. Monday at Northside Baptist p.m.Everyone Is invited to attend. 4T3-4340 ft. minimum buildingsize Mr. ""'man. tlnchg 5/1

Church, with Rev. James Cowart and In Bradford PERSONAL FEMALE ROOMMATE lOhare ""

Rev. Gary Bement of Carol Estate or County 6 lak-:"

Baptist Church Gainesville. officiating !A I\473-4252 SERVICES home 'In room.2BA lake( Geneva.*\'\

Burial was in Dedan Church u'lIItI.'J .
Calvary Baptist Of SIMPsoNa CARPENTER WORKl SIOO-SI25 plus 1/3
Repairs Major
Cemetery In Brooker with Archer- Available June 13,.";
Presents Memorial Remodeling work kitchen ,
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in Day jjyd Electric[Appliances cabinet! and trim 4733110 1lchg 5/22 '

charge of arrangements. Program sodD j i Serving Bradford a Clay carpontor. Reasonable CHILD'S WATER SKIS-on.u'w
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Luke May IS, at 7:>> p.m. at Calvary Count! Jes-3116.61149.24 hra. price Call Ed Dempsey at pair used reasonable.Phone .
James
Diamond O'vllle-377-794.24 lire. 4732261. 5/22'uo:
Lawrence 473-2477. $/' Itpd
Baptist Church, Cherry and Madison Blvd! | Keystone rlpchg _
Diamond James Luke 79 residentof Sts., there will be a Memorial Day 1,1

Lawtey died early Tuesday May presented by the Youth
20, at the Geriatric Center in Green Choir.program -,

Cove Springs, following a brief illness The theme will be "Remember v;.

Born in Blackshear Ga., Mr. America" which will honor and YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE

Luke moved to Bradford County at an acknowledge the Armed Forces of the

early age where he was employed by United. States of America.Veterans .
Camp Blanding and he also operated
and service personnel are
his farm until ill health forced his invited to wear their uniforms and be GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST

retirement in 1955. Mr. Luke was a recognized. Everyone is invited to at- I:

I member of the Pine Valley Congregational tend.


,. Survivors Holiness include Church: two of daughters Starke SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN ;f

Mrs. Evelyn Griffis Lawtey, Mar- First Baptist

of Doctor's Inlet three
jorie Kern ; Church PastorOn

sons: Morris, Middleburg, M,L.,

Starke, and J.W., of Live Oak; one Korean Mission CLASSIFIED SECTION. :

sister. Mrs. Pearl Griffis Lawtey; 13 r
Rev. Ben P. Bryant, pastor of First
grandchildren and 4 great .
grandchildren. Baptist Church, Starke, departed 1Ji.
Sunday May 18 to participate in the : .
Funeral services will be conductedat

2 Friday, May 23, at the Pine 1980 Major City Evangelization Project
p.m. The day mis- The Suro's Classified section :

Church Valley with Congregational Rev. David Hodges Holiness and sion in trip Korea.is in conjunction eighteen with the Shop ? ;

Convention. Korean
Rev. Willard Lee conducting the services Florida Baptist

Burial will be in Lake committees and missionaries enlisted
Kingsley

Funeral Cemetery Home with in Archer-Tanner charge of ar- participate approximately in 200 100 church Florida revivals.teams to every day for great shopping values. i

The first week Rev. Bryant will
rangements.Mrs. .
preach at Young Seun Baptist

Church Pusan, Korea. His second

Minnie Maye Stone. 76 week will be spent with Gwae Jung 1\\

resident Baptist Church in Taejon, Korea. He AVON To auv CALLING HAIft STYLIST with' follow)fie .... :
Mrs. Minnie Maye Stone, 76, a or Sell preferred. Apply in q a has ooenlno/' for /analY.
will return home on June 7. 111011ch.2Oi.lICIM_! ClOMlCCutO. portion. .ncetf wveltre ft/walfer. Nletit a.>
four
of Lake Butler for the past 377O791Mildred 510)NWv) 3Mh It. d.v Alrt. equal '1'I
died Tuesday afternoon, May .. Menhia 47"a4ar.lundavt or c." ....IIOI..n.: _. .....Iv-, .,OAKS ovoorfunltv MALL.. .:.q bit>
years I ... .... ...., .v
.V.ITT..' "IY/delve .. OE NT agar/-
20, at her home after an apparent i Community News \ '" 10 care for 4 year oM InNWhome pncod Arced or .whlni.3., Y.,110.r tNxl NewWaveDrunW/ "I-pa' >[ -" rlrlrz.OletT'J "wall;
heart attack Must have trantoortetlcn r.fum. 10: Eve P'''''. Sun &Itevboordtv call lOT370.U57 : k '
Abe responsible. 37T pat. Dr.wel ...OOlnrevlll.' "L JI602. .
Mt. AME Church The Pastor WohoveSOOKINOSOTAIBUIWNGEKCTORS .
Mrs. Stone was a housewife and a Pisgah : ACCIXJANT
and members of Mt. invite the H0KPaejKNCBO' front LAW OfFICK noodo auollfloctocrotcry '.
faith. Pisgah
member of the Baptist == flnaclastet..rneN end. brake, rune-ue mechanic minimum. 1 terra
Survivors include her husband public to share with us in celebratingour .N7Nnce Ind dots /e'OCeNlns woe have complete aM of tool* lop.l ... .......c.. ".'.rv cantcehenr .... -T
n.Cesurv.' Sell _..... ,
ry ai ff"MM-
hnowledoe elm oblHty"'
q' Nan Mope Good -7SMo c." -
76th Mon- COI461. OoC.r": ...
James Robert Stone of Lake Butler; anniversary on Sunday 377-4677 e: cellen? woralna condl*

three daughters: Mrs. Leona Galinis day, Wednesday and Friday nights ADV.. '.'NO COPT. Wrliwf, Vv. Apply 2000 M Main ... day.MATUHol V des Oporvtor/Typlot wookly, 4 hour dolly, MIDNIGHT. JANITOR. a nigh; .,:
.. weak palls
Ir.e-fence. per "o plan Apply
Mich. Mrs. Lena Trout- May 25. 26, 28 and 30 at the church 301 .nc.d and CMDendablo Peraon Mu t typo on CWFM. intoromtlna .
of Coldwater, c7NIW On1V .1In-, ...rou..r'.neeo 'In -it. worklrtQ' _._.. AM 1 PM Ot PALM IANK9 MO
wine of Calumet City, 111, and Mrs. south of 100, Starke. All services will H5.405er.: .;,.. .. '::.\f art meck._deflr.Ic I Ief"aM,07wo:r::: 7Io301f.: P004 W..d..O..II...Fl

Barbara Webb of Huntsville, Ohio; begin at 7:30: with the exception of : 1 LPN.oar:: : ::.otmotwrtero, Sweet
:=: .nr potltlon To
.... slomke./ATl.: '
hereon to Pull : .....
MATUar5eesn .
Service will with 11 -
one son, Ferris Carter of Springfield.Ohio. Sunday. begin 4k L Unfttiolltlod' 4 25/hr Call JOE ACTION.
ae.sweNcei'npermw' noeid 37Va>OO, IMM NW IJ1H SI.O>,.
14 grandchildren and 22 great- a.m. worship. You are invited to at jfT.IA.n. M-sumo to n oral. yoo-noojotioblt tormi f
position 17 30f, F O ben S3*O'vllfo I Fl U6O1
grandchildren. tend.

Funeral services will take place ata

later date in Gallipolis, Ohio. Ar- .

cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler is qN Motodor 170 AMERICAN atlas wooon MOTORS. Molloblo Polly' 1077COeoo.A' Imm.eul.te, 1977 AUDI FOX WAGON
ZIN--P =
0 froniportotlon nice Inside
of local and Lew '/ limo. 5 3400.
in charge arrangements. out olr/ conditioning' ... .2M. Ark/220/ Mt00
:., ; : ; power Call ..... .. _Call 373.40 6.w u

wee.n0.I i"yl'i/den1. .... ..M! 1MO..UST'N..L. 3000
..... .. 1 Sreuo ..m. MUM' 2' cllv-n. .eptieM ndlllan.. brake..
nw
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Franklin Hitler 47 Some say ineezing before a Air 1w.Condilionl"M.L'M.-OO.YeI '_1'0: : .troctt. C. toreo, _, ...... ''n.-llon NI.ker. runs
bad meny other ..Call. 3>.VM7t orCMKVV 3750.46.
it a sign. /r.namNaon.ale.; .. ores
Franklin Elliott Killer, 47, of journey IA31 MO M/DOE?, Nnx'nIM iTaOB 374-7114 Itudont ..1
area Inspected. .
c.r 6210
condition. new Point end too. V-41 PICK-UP Son
Raiford died Tuesday from an apparent 23.000 mile.. Ask no ftf50 but ,31"- 17*FORD PAIMAAOMT' L.. .no/n., tlr.. "
WillIh aM LN. COIN 37331p50.tw 4 cylinder" opouf OOO _, Cead .
NW
.r alsaw' tee
heart attack in Thomasville 71 Chovy Novo. mint' condition, mile
1 a m. 51114.60. taoo A oeeumo povmontofpias .... '
Georgia. He was born in Union County REAL ESTATE 146 MERCV RV couOAft bolonpocl cries. A...1 p";'Llftlo,.'lowmllo old. *looV",SIOOO. .iporrrtontu. 2''_. _. ..
era CHCVV
was a member of Raiford Baptist cellent condition, elr. 3 lima. n.oall,at". 'T.J.J213.-.. .7 Flroblrd, rol r oine. putornotlc ortort wttool SCOTTtOALf boo Muo wlHi Writ! i v
new Mr., tlloo. / molTV-l, runt well.noodi .... .
meee r-auo. top r. condition MMM
Church and COUOAtt 171: Good _. law
was a veteran of Korean COURSEThe stodent. work end doth wlrInp. -
EmN..Tl-3707. N.MbMry.
conflict olr. ft-trock. om/fm,power atoor- .MJ or beet.17HQI4,aver 4. ... .
Tr17e.r o t HO. COII Snw; OMC V* TON l 7 Air, outomotic. ,
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Survivors include three daughters, :14 .PO. w.CNE. .: now tlr... .powor*toorlno/brolioB,IMOVV .
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tr en minion
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point.
Elizabeth. Sherry and Rachel Kitler, KffPZJTXiff.. Like new ,In e. pa .j MNs A 'M/rT a........ duty.._C.tuBootivlon.. .. /ZrOb. .Teptiar rt rustproof AM
all of Lake ne6o11.b1I. C t:::' Moe MINI 57.900 er -Mr. uoao. vni7..
Charles Louisiana; two COM I7.vi.wy studont .. 302.71 to.stud M, s.ueenrIOCUANVIW
sons, Frank Killer, Jr., and Chad Don Tennant SchoolOf

Killer, both of Lake Charles, Louisiana Real Estate m

; three brothers, Monroe Killer Will Offer ...

and Alonzo Killer, both of Raiford; ,' .

Freddie Kitler of George Town
THE REAL ESTATE COURSE
Delaware; two sisters, Mrs. Inez Ad- -
residential 10; ev OV 10-IMMNY/.b 9 o*. cont noot o. tilr 9 / :
REAL .
dison and Mrs. Katherine Wilson REQUIRED FOR FLORIDA Crncenl. ii*"*. !font to Sol#: both. I ly rottn, en nKe.::.J wooded stock ware cheln United, .....
both of Raiford. ESTATE SALESMAN'S LICENSE ni.iiiin.! ? nchs !.*"" ... lot "''eem e ",".. ws...... fvncod.' kitchen ooulppod. 7 cerPewep e
< 610.001 _,.. *, well loroo emllv/dltv
: 31 aane.N: .12. v>" ,awns "n ..
Funeral services were held Thursday nine. ,. Call 471. .= Inproom. 046 m rf cad Is mart..sN.
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By Owner H1000. Koy-
May 15, at 3 in Archer ACT HOW r-MA/VA flnonctn.c.ntraMM.fZndelr' OWNS .
p.m. :, l-J Sao' 5 ben. otono Mqto 471aao Os377.5/931.
Mun. and Tutu. 6 to 9 p.m.Marling "".*** achoOls
Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. 2. ='= rMV Par...... end a... 1 Both ........ 2 ocroo.pond. tb
Hugh Walter officiating. Interment June 30. 19HO tSSSSi"**'f'***'""WSat 512.700. enlr' 37746. POor,... room, ,tovo. rofrlgorotor -. //1
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8 wrrlw. duration olr 5-a cor Nit
followed in Sapp Cemetery In Raiford Sr OWN'. Dural Pond drys. 3 pereo*. now tad.p,0p, point, tml
Chamber of Commerce Bldg.Slarke.Ha. SEAUTIPy.. L Cp ON/AL _. 1 .. ". loo from Hemoton. tO4.too. wCleared
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under the direction of Archer Funeral S .. 7 w. std lien,.an 14 New cenOr.1 .Ir .PoN.draw 611.MO down .''''n In_'. Sloe ,
Home of Lake Butler. 809CIALI Asking ON Y 5/1N : : YOU Must./ red. LarN Ife.a. .OMNor monttily Cell 4M-_.
M .cry for 1 o .o.4 0 ro/lin0, REALTORUALOWIN. REALTY 0r0arNge. a31a.3ao = 7
Gene Reese Instructor M r.Mr woade/tract In 6arlos 3Mo .... moe:\' Main:::::lcl = '::'
county. ONO L. OWNEine 5 eR han46 111 .: rat
10=6i.JN S.AUTIPUL SUWANNEE. ... ....:
cas.. Inc.. U Cattle heet/elr' n...
Its. Dun01//022. PL. i7e3e.See Hlver home 1 ait, t bent loo n, :'I 'U1-:.nd.rt51r\ 0001. _lot _.....C.......".en..
r tOVa6O.23f1l evea. 00461. en elver Par ooultv a, e..vmernorte > f .
To Register Call Gene Reese .eePor more IntarnM- ... m How nice It woa to
u."I: =
l do ACRES en one d the Mgh." wn OTM. OWNS. R. o. town wnoro you ..,
? hills Dorn. 101. if-no tocoilon= new' waver /rat 5 str.neet LM
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473.7076 475-1253 i
Acr'wNC. owMfHTii Sii.546th.cwShamans F. f
1400 fJ
I .d V'.r a. n Ochildren onlov that mall town
N'/IEAL/ "J, lanced .cr scrr.Neate.. Ow... ., forkfar' tmowtnor, In trhl 4 %m. bm
Many forms of cancer arc After 5 p.m. call 473-3265 REALTOR 475 s7s7 ;,co t end e:nwr [ran. .w.1en ; := a OMni. 1234 homo In Nowtoorr*-pr/c.d:'tjoilr ..
curable. Son Or".525.000. ....-...ten.. lOW" ice. .....-. 77A771L RlAAL ORw.. Ho ltv.7:10.,10..:iftc 1w


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MINOLTA .IIT 101. S I., DehumI.oct&II.. W.1STINOHOIIrtctl ....Z... I.
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THE BURGER tI f II mm I.n. .... Neress0.662-ale7eM 7** *<. ::10 M> N. Weal Sol NIn. .
't., "I' ,. '. 37x1111. .... e.nd.II. Cell M...r!.!*. IT-_. 1 .
'7:101132: _. OA. inetot4h fr.tton I* .
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f :. I / ... taot so /M m:ctTritT. NWWHIRLPOOL" WA9MC 4 .........
TWIN ..0.. Mr _I.... ...... alter SIS 00. c..fx, .1S. Nooflna' *mo. old MM now IU.. 40. oolouorlum ,,a
Double Only Let. er50a.I and ._.. all s179 _h. U wale l sl L ......... wndororouftd tutor*
w will -I ...wale. Oak. PeY pump. otc t... ......,after 1I '"
t 6.13.1 -orn CMIrA 5/j GOING OUT M auNn..e MN, ., ..
I l., ,. "h.Call a70-M73. TeM s T'ane 674 .. Ifs. UNIQUE ARTICLE. '
1M. .._.. W11111_. PWnllorAaT.AM.ATHCAeIN.T
(J JI yr MOVING MUST SaLLt Erevlhlll' aOsllanc5s. ... iNOOOPt OUTDOOR UttOB ..
and .' Pln.wesa Ilvhne roes and Online -t.. CPU >77-aiao onytlmoI ,.4r.gM.
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E.caleseenWlles.. 631. .
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QU"LlTY PURNITU.. CwOM i medo ....._... otnolo .Ca11173.2655 54y500.149100. ... II'T

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II U IOI COlin ADS FOR SALE, FOR SA"E FOR RENT HELP WANTED PERSONAL YARD SALE

FENCINGt All kinds hog PIT lULL DOGi Good watchdog 'WANTEDI.ADI'OID.UNION SERVICES
LOST FORSAIE wlr*. welded wire barb catch dog. Goad AIMS APARTMENT Furnlshed WANTED TO RENTi Srmill;" 2 YARD SALEi New and used
f wlro, wood chain link; around children but NOT efficiencies and 1 to 3 BR' ,house: preferably NEED YOUR BIKE ....1.110. clothes pole beans, etc,,
.on DOG-REWARDtMole, NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINtilo -. fro* estimates. MANNING advised far family pet. 3yre. BR op..., weekly' or mono ASSOCIATION for Retarded In the country. ASAP. Bring It la Suzuki of Starke, 1121 ..Besient Rd., 3 blks.
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pit-bull. whIM with brlndl mere. Ideal far FENCI CO.. 4734822.Kaystona. old sp. ......1.. Mack IhI,. NEW FURNISHED Citizens.Inc., .Is seeking lI"pontlbl..pI.. with U.S. 301. South. .Phon from .hospital. Friday and
ewer bath eyes.Collar.Call small farm or anything youwant TFchg br STUDIOS monthly only. child. Pleas* call 064.5008after Saturday, May 23 I 24,8-
(spice) Anytime,. applicants far the position 964-6020. Repairs on all
496-2029, 8-9 .... 2313 N. Temple, Storfce.
oik for to II All
Mark p m. us* CHAIN LINK FENCE 964.8358. Itpd 8/22. of Executive Director. 6 p.m. 8/1 TFN. makes and models ofmotorcycles. ,. Itchg 9/22.
link. S/22 Itcha. wooded .borders TFchg
road a good material. Pa 'It yourself FOR SALE BY OWNIRl MT KITCHENETTE!' One BR Bachelor Degree In WANTED Dead or Allvel 4/17 TFchg
HELP WANTED gravel. Plenty' which of Mt.give laurel.oxcess. and save. Installation 36 seminarclaf .building e* apartments, pool TV. AC. .business, special education Used washer* arofrlgorotora. ODDS AND ENDS WORKl HOMES
available, Fr** ..limo.... '11. Living quartersupstairs. utilities' Included or human relations Any condition. Painting, plumbing
Plenty of wild gam. *In the Totally W FOR SALE
lAIN EXTRA MONIVt At nearby forest. Owner HandyMan Fnc Co. SM.OOO. Cash to furnished. Weekly, monthly field or equivalent" or three will pick up. carpentry roofing' etc.Fr .
"-.0 good pay. No experlenc >' needs .la sell this tract 964-855. TFchgWATSON'S ........ ....... M4-62U ra_. TEVPII MOTEL. years experience. m client' 964.7336.Phone 9/8 964-7616 or *.* ..tlmal... Phon OWNER WANTS TO TRADE
_.ary. Send 111.500.00. ......$2000.CO .HOUSE ,OFVACUUMSi fer appt. t* see. Itpd 8/12. 880 N. Temple ......, services, or Program Administration. SMALL PULPWOOD 4rpd 9/29.TMJCKlPhon 964 8196. 9/15 2tpd 9/22. Ms 3 BR house In Starke for
lor application, R.I.A., down assume loan Many brands HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE! Stark. Phone 9647397.2O Forward 431-1217 GUITAR LESSGNSl Flat pickIng o doublawlde mobile
P O. Bo* 552 lake of Usd resume to BUAHC P.O.Box 9/19 2tpd finger-styl and
/ home.
Butler/ Mountain cabin with nw vacuums. Platform' rocker, sofa. din- TFchg S/22. Wade Bohr, Broker,
H. 32054. TFN 3/20 .,.. machines MIMOSA MANOR MOBI1EI 80*. ATTENTION: rhythm techniques. .Phon
ehg. ..1. .. Dandy garden available., Parts Ing room table and choirs, 782-3973. 3/1 TFN.
Elizabeth .
Walker 9647076.
S/IS 6/9
.PART-TIMSlPlece work This Is and accessories' for all HOMI FAK mobile homes pros 4tchg TWO
spot. a handy man two dressers, make-up. I YEAR OLD HOWE on
Starke, Florida 32091. S/22 SEWING IN MV HOMEl
Webster, Amrlca'' special .because. It Is not vacuum lystems. 404 NW table. 4-legged stool and spans lor rent. Phone 2tchg 529.HOUS'HOLD. Phone 964.7094.9/15 2tcha 2'/i ocr... Lawtey area.
foremost dictionary company finished Inside roughed 10th Ave.. Gainesville, hydraulic lock, new cedar ....29.2. TFchg HElPt Part- PERSONAL 9/22. Only II SOO down. Wade

to update needs ham local workers win and plumbing com phone 376-7110. .TFchgLIMEROCKi chest (never used), Bell a. EFFICIENCY APAHTMENTl time: must Ilk* children SERVICES BABVSimNOi Anytime.Our Behr, Broker, 782.3973 3/1
mailing pleted. Water and Exceptionally clean and
II.... All ma outside 20 'yd. semi Howell (lid* prelector.: On and have own transportation. house or yours. Two ,BY OWNERi Completely
ago* experience' Is well maintained newly
unnecessary Sand deck. completed' Large loads onl,. ALIEN I.TAYLOII. Ellington Rd., 6th house en refurblihexj and furnished I live" on rhe Bradford- BILL'S SAW SHOPi Complete teenage girls. Tool. 16 and 'remodeled 3 BR one bath
address phone number nama.laWebster. You con overlooking live In It while. mtns. lawtey. Phone left Phone 964-8985. Itchg SI40 mo. THE COVE Union line off SR 100. sharpening. service, circular Angela. 'I.... Phon Family Room. Fireplace,
179 Sin Ava.. finish It up. 5 miles' from you 782-3172. TFchg 5/22. APARTMENTS Phon Phone '....507.. Itchg hand, carbide, 964-704. 9/19 2tchg S/22. Screened porch. Central
Suit 1101-1990-A. Now Murphy.S24.500.0O S9.000 TOWEL OUTLET.Many colors NEW AND US D FURNITURE 964-SO&5 for Information. 9/22. chaln mower blade hollow KEENS TREE SURORONt Heat S Air Nice Corner Lot
York, N.V. 10010. 5/23 down and assume loan. and priced right. Also and appliance*. Parch 4/24 TFN.APARTMENTSl. BARTENDERS AND ground and balanced.leave Trimming' removal. 14 yrs.experience. In Saratoga Heights, IO21
5/29 2tpd.MONIYMAICING. These ore a few of over other Items new and u..... rockars. BARGAIN Reosonobly COCKTAIL WAITBESSESi at Jackson Building Have 99 It.buck W. Pratt St. Phone
OPPORTUNITIISi$356 2000 listings. We dava all Brlc-A-Broc Shop. Hwy 21 CENTER.' US 301 South priced. See at Bel' Air Only experienced need apply. Supply' Stark*or KeyttoneHts. *!. Free estimates.Phone 964 9639. Available Now
weekly' types of property from N of Keyitono. TFchg. 964.6679. TFchg Apartments US 301 South. Apoply In person at TFchg 782-3733 Itpd 9/22. MOBILE, HOMISl Why pay
guaranteed. Work two S50O.00 per acra and up. TAPPAN MICROWAVE PLUMBING PIXTUH**, windows lawtey,. after S PM Holiday Inn. ttchg 9/22. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS MATURE WOMANl will, moreT': ANNIVERSARY
hour dally at home. ($178lor We have small tracts wealia QVENi New: left In ,layaway. doors, pipes,. plus' _..,.. TFNBRADFORD babysit' In my home or SPECIAL: Purchase your
on* hour dally.) Free hove several cabins, Balonca $227 or 10.000 other Items now at VI11AOIAPARTMINTSi CARS Phon*964-5148 or 964-7619. yours .weekends and home from COMMUNITY
.-brochure-*.!.A.. ".0. Cox houses, old formes etc. $16.00 par ...0. Ph. Bargain Center, US 301 (Taking applications TRUCKS TFchgRIMODILINO. nights. Phone after 6pm.ask and we will help moke
{ 552-B, laka 'ull.,. Florida Write or call for tree "listing 9648512.Will deliver. 5/15 South. Starka. TFchg ) One BR. furnished BUILDING.RIPAHtSl far Ann 9647906. your payments for 12 mos.
; 320 4. 5/B TFN. brochure. You can call free 2tchg 5/92.. ELECTRIC TABLE MODEL AC.; carpers. walled 17 CHEVROLET Silverado4x4 Nw kitchens, Itchg 9/22. COMMUNITY MOBILE
of charge by dialing 1 lOCI FRCfH VINE RIPETOMATOtSi SAWl Equipped far 220velectric. garden patio. Phone : Loaded. S6890. Phone baths, family rooms. Brick HOME SALES US 301North.
SERVICESCUSTOM 431 7421. Writ or call today. 40 to 60 per S25O. Se*at Bradford 9648601. S/1 TFN. 9648807. 9/19 2tpd 9/22. .specialists.block concrete.Grllfls Flreplac YARD SALE Open 9 to duik. I to
Con
Cherokee land Company pound. Phono 964-5847 STARKEi Home tor rent. 3 6 Sundo Phone
or Telegraph. 135 W. FORD RANOIRII979 '-'00. on ,
:: MADID.API.III.I' Murphy. NC. 28906. 9645377. On Edwards Rd. Call Stark. 964 4309. TF. '11. 2 8A brick veneer. V8. Air. All Power low struction.473.2578.Phone TFchg 4732108or HUOEt Thurs. < Frl.. May 22 964.8741. 9/8 TFNLAKEVIEW .
located exclusive
5/155122 In .
5/29 .
? 657tpd.SIUINO 9/15 2tchg 522.RIPOSSESSED GENERAL NURSERY STOCK mileage camper lop excellent I SEWING MACHINBSREPAIRED a 23. 3 miles north of SUBDIVISION!
estimates.
: Local AIL MY PISTOLS Amanamas. Special ",'c.d. Home Saratog Heights.Payments condition phone All makes. Starke on SlIloo. Box 1480. near Keyiton. available
distributors for $325
;washable nationally completely AND In.RBVOLVERSiSom box ,-. o..n, ani, plants ana-halt price. O.C. Minimum 6 mos. I..mo.... .....2707. Itpd 9/22. cleaned oiled and adlusted. Clothes, dishes toys, baby soonl Pick your colors. 3
j advertised GordsetteI raw Sam collector seme used.. mas. old. Under warranty. Carries Nursery 33: ml. SE Call 94-9511 after 430p : 171 BUICIC WAGON Call 110. Work II...... Many other Items. BR. 2 bath brick veneer,

Drap.,'... saw Enter are cheap.All will guns.None be $184 cash or take over of Storfce an Hwy 100 atFlorahom .m. 5/' 4tchg >,.' 964-8617. 9/32 2tpd 9/29. guaranteed. Jams Look for signs. Itpd S/22. garage. lake access to
: p',.... Ed or lama sold below market price.All pints of $1811 monthly.White's *. Ph. 659-2163. :SLEEPING, ROOMSl TV .170 PORDi Good Strickland' corner Morgan GARAGE SALEt Mans, Bedford lake. Low KO'i.
: Stephens. 496-2219. or*' top quality' Sewing and. Appliance ../2.. 6tchg 9/29. refrigerator, hotplate. mechanical. condition. Rd. and Hwy 16.. TFchg women's, children's low Interest if you qualify.
tlASONAM.il Small treet Irearmi.. Only on* each. Center, 3527 S.W. 18 FT.OLASTRON eOATl 225 Very reasonable, by week. (290.9/29 Phone 964-6497.S/22 I I2tpd BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK clothes, miscellaneous' Contact Stevenson Construction
Archer Rd.. Gainesville, V-jHill. month.. UnderwoodMotel. SSRVICEi Pump-outs. household Items and Co. Phone
:and limb cut or trimmed saw 44 Mag. Model-29 8 hp Vinyl top and or <178 CHEVY PtCKUPl appliances.
370-4466. 3/15 deluxe 3.S miles north ofStarke wtopper. Residential, commercial Sot, 964-9086. 9/19 TFchg.
t Reasonable ral... Call 3/8 In. Barrel walnut cat TFchg. many accessories.Just Excellent condition. May 24. 8am.
:Tony 431-1114 after 6 p.m. 3-T'a RR WOo saw* RCA 2S" COLOR TVt New Ilk* new) CallGalnesvlll on US-MI. Phone 38.000 miles. 6 cylinder. and. Industrial. Fully licensed. to 6 p..... US 301 MOBILE HOMES 1971 Villa
MAINE INSURANCE AOENCVl Mod-15 4 In. blue new. Vleta. console model.Repossessed. .. 376-3619. TFN 964-7184. 9/19 TFchg. Phone"' .7880. S/22 Itchg (CARPENTERl.Phone 964-8121. TFchg North of Wsslem Steer. 12x92 1 8R, Call alter Spm.
: I6O S. lake Ave.. lake SAW Mod-10 6 In. blue Fay balance ../2.. 'SMALl ONI ROOM apart 9/29. specialising In Itpd 522.OAIIAGIIAL.. 782314' '"1 2rpd
:Sutler. .....397.. Complete new. MW Mod-10 2 In blue due $184.40 cash orateum SINGER FUTURAi Repossessed ment.. One person onl,. sun remodeling decks. screen concrete rooms.and .! Thu,... Frl.,
.
Insurance """ ''c.. TFN fired an* time. saw pmts of $20 mon: was on* of Singer'sbest Also travel trailer. Will WANTED block work. Phone Bud Sat., clothes, dishes,
EVERYONE H INSURABIE! Mod-36 2 In. nick*) new.SW Ihl,. Undar warranty. models. Zlg logs deliver la.St. Auguitlne 964-7816. 3/28 TFchtaf..1' pots/pans, tools, sewing
Beach week monh."hon. ,
:Immediate coverage byphone. Mod-60 2 In. stainless White Sewing and Appliance dams, monogram, makes by or machine sewing needs,
; JOE USHER new. MW Mod-19 6 In. Con,.,. 3527 S.W. buttonholes, stretch stitches .944-5931.9/19-> Stchg OOOD PRICES PAID.. used 1 houseplants, flower pots,
:AOINCV496.2126 or nickel used. Colt Mod-1909 Archer Rd. Gainesville.! does It alt Originally S/22. mobile homs ,If mortgog vIs shrubbery. hanging
"'2903.TFN ]TWO BEDROOM 'APART 3/' paid OLIN -t
45 cat.blue,,_.Colt Commander 376-4466. 5/15 or mar KLooklnForlMqbi. baskets
TFchg. sold lor over 1300. Pay elf MINT! heating and air condltlonlng. MOBILE HOVi SALES. I bedding plants,
Super 38 new.Mauser PURINA BUSINESS CLOSIDt balance of $144.1O cash or Access to swimming 9649606 Free plant with purchase.
Open 7 day* fweekly. Horns ?
: FOR SALE Broom Hondl 3O Selling at cost Supplies assum payments of pool. Phone TFchg -I .. ) Hwy 230 to 230A. Follow

CAR., FITOVIRORDEREDiFoctory. cat .used.German Walther War P 38 mod.asnew. cows, hogs and hor_.' 11280 mon'hl,. Ta see, 964-7692. 9/22 TFchg. WANTED Mobile horns axles .BiMolsl, New 12x80 -te signs. Phone 964-7813
Bridle, addle call credit collect, .C Itpd S/22.
pads. etc.
: original' conditionwholstor. manager and tires. Will pick up.OLlN'5 '7.t"lI. OeHvored And
Late of bargains. Phono' 904-376-4467. TFchg. ----- -te _,.
;prlc. approMlmately' 112 German lugernjfalued. MOSILE HOME..i I Set Up. '900.000 I II
964-7816. anytime.. Itchg'VlCiTABliWoR It" STARCRAFT CAMPSRi I I-FOR RENJ-t SALES. 964-560A. "
''yards. An Iron III, pepper ., German luger II Open 7':4' ( Inventory To Choose .::: : ;
.. : Vfi
5/22. Trailer,It IMP*6,good condltlon. days.* w_". TFchg j < > JIIXIIJR at it '
brown. CoII.96.38&'J.IFN' good condlNon.i MK
,
vary Prom j\
; sXlfi'VoiT'pick Phone 431-1960. I 11 Br. Apartment j CASH fOil COINS, Cold. 5 :
28 OOO BTUtAIr Conditioner.S7500 mad. 922 22..... S W sale- .
'em. George Kersey.Bayless 5/152tpdS/22. silver sterling' dental f sst Pslstke' Cantrell'sCustom
tit hommerlest break bockrevolver i C )1
.
Phone 496-3918 ( Furnlshadj :
Utilities OF Mobile .
gold Home SslssK328168
5/22 Itpd.THIlOOM. 38 short good Highway; RASBITSl Phone 964-9332. I scrap Jewelry optical I )
964-5088 5/22. frames, etc. i R. BullIngton and 328-3607 Installation
> FfXTURESiTub condition no flnlih w/real Itpd 5/15 2tpd 5/22. IMO. Carpet
,commode and sink. Real mother of pearl grips and MACK ANGUS BUlll 3. 'I Phone 64-5261 1 964-625O TFcha. Ji f..Jf: .. ..:-
'ch_. Call 496-3761.2tchg holiter. Jim s Furniture 455 BIRCH'SIPM yrs. old. .....5922.. 5/22 :. -- -- --
5/15 5/22. Main St., lake Butler, Fl. j 2tchg 5/29. Pick-up Delivery
.....2985. 5/22 ItchgRoberts PEST CONTROL 17 FT. SKI BOATl 1973 65 hp FOR SALE FILL LIMERICK. I
motor. Excellent condition.SI Installation
964-5534 100 or best offer. Phone. 177 CADILLAC I SEPTIC TANK INSTALLATIONS

Peat C 431-1428 offer S p.m. Itpd OR 1971 LINCOLN ; "Free Estimates"Stark

21.Real'Estate I r:1c'lon:: SEVERAL S/22. ITiMSl, Upright CAU 947411atchg Call: I CIRDII BROS. 984-1780 j *, Fla Call 964-8670

.. freeser. $13O. Trash 5/15-3? .. ,
.......> .4 compactor -- -- "" -- ---- -
--
best offer. Phon
964-7828 986N._ Temple Habit ; 964-7188. ttchg 5/22." 1 .... .
FEEDER PIGSi $10 each. +c I Ic
i ASSOCIATES : Homes Phone ....-6528. ttchg I+! WANTED :J ; Allard.blit Homn

: Weekends end Evenings Call -*{ No Down Psymsnt WlthT* 5/22. P BUY. JFtCASH
Rkherd Roberts. .944-HM Judith Flyrni. -944-8384 _w VA Flnsnolng .. FHAt SEWING! MACHINES Sears H tc TO
Ann GMwIn .'648'* PetsySHcon64647* ?' I best, with cabinet. Never .''j:
8* Down. 19 Vssrs Jr -- CASH *
Jehu Longford-496-3814 William Canon.s48704Iween -te Flnsnolng Avsllsble. ? I been used. $200. Phone j ]
Canon9648704 Lucille Spry M484MKey -teAI.oOaod. Clesn Used iC 7823147. 5/22 2tchg 5/29. fSpor. Used Mobile Homes JC 11 /2 % Interest
,
Weters. .964-6941 Jofm R. Smith M46217H w Mobile Homes, iC RIDING| MOWIRi AU.t c i We Psy Top Price i
Chalmers, 8 hp 30 Inch ..Jcut. 2"'Ut end 329-380rw
'!Vrbese. homes should qualify for New Financing. att1 -te Essl Pslstks' iC.te Good condition. $295 TPhon
.%% maximum Interest.R Mobile Home 8al... -f( *964-6653. 1lpd522.OPPORTUNITIES ....... ....1c Builder Pays All Closing Costs

Esst Pilitks. FIs.
1* East-3 BR. 1 B. LR fenced bach JO"'. VI Mr* lot. .V326-168* snd 325-3807L:tc- MOBILE HOME There are obvious reasons why Bradford Countians are buying more
";SR 100 Eest-S BR, IB LR, DR. eppn .. 1 ecre lot.tPlnewead INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS
D,. 1 Br. I 8. LR FR, Dr. comer lot.Prett ......... Affordable Homes. Reasons' like Quality Construction Ceramic tile

St. S BR. 2 B. LR. '.. Den with .10_ fireplace. OWN: YOUR OWN highly entries. Full Insulation. Convenient location. But there's an equally

.DR. Screened St. _Perch.Seerrng $ BR.. 1% B, LI.OIaoo.. Dee. lovelyYerd. MOBIL! HOME II II I fashion profitable shop blue for jean$15.SOO or. POLICIES AT Good Reason for you to CONSIDER A NEW AFFORDABLE HOME. ITS

SERVICE: ?0E$ Call anytime.! Fashion Flair j REASONABLE!:! !' T.SOlin's PRICE, because after you see what other homes have to offer for the

":Off 238A .:..:3BR. IB. LR, FR. OR. ig. Leundry.. eperel. 1 1 0 AMBViw '1 1.704.7".4048. Itpd 5/22. money: You may find an Affordable Home is exactly the change you .
*cre lot. Mobile
.SR 16 West->'11. 1 B. FR with Ftrapksc*,LR. K-DR Corn EXPANDING I' need.
.... ___a Home Sales
So come in to a really First Class Builder Today. Affordable Homes
..._ et __ ... ,
's ... I B M I*...*..All appliances Incl., screened.porch. _. FREE QUOTES
West*n Moreen Rd. I Phone 964-5606 have always had a Reputation for being Less Expensive in, the Long

\i. OUTOFTOWNfcR ,EIIt.A.t t j Elaine M Olin ,Agtnt Run. Now We could get a Reputation for being Less Expensive from

16 Ws-1979 Deuele Wide en.......$Vi ......LR.FJI. R.T. LOVORN the start. Affordable Homes Inc:
OR. 1 BR. 28, doubt reef. eppre.. 700 feet frenteg* *. r'-V'ri i r- REALTOR Mil 47333S4440E \.

ait SR 16-Very ReesneMel Cell TeeeylLak
eutler-J M.J I. Don$ '1. e XII Leke. Butler. Mek* owner en offer.Crystal .
'! Leke-2 BR.. IB. LR. FR. KrKhen-Olnlng Comee. S ",!.,L"J"
tesenees *fjtse.ejiei m e f e l eF >
'-oil ...... NO INCOME LIMITATION
..etera Rd.- II reem frame.kevse with lerge out buildingen .. W. Madison 8t Rotary

.4% acres.2f ,Starke
wse..sd lots In Grehem are*. Drilling Equipment
tewtey 1 '.. 28. Great Reem with .,......... ... DR.en QlItl"7 You Can Make Up To $50,00000 A Year. t
S ecree with fully eaulpeed' kitchen.tR. .
-> ] B. new kitchen Ml*, ......-. reduced for sate.A S t..,J-1 9ao Pumps .
BR,. I O, *ur first YaM er RDM. Urge. comer let with

....... .. New A UsedSaleePartsS
Crosby ...Shores Fuml.hed. OW. IR FR. OR, 1 ... Spocl.l. llI'
2*. CH/A. M appro*. J .ree.f ". rvlceJEZ Maximum Home of $65,10001"Down
_1M....,_I M.2 8, U.OR Combe. CM/A e*appr*..
S B.Wng.Uy. .., p.-ii., .. .'UI.. .i TenpPlumbing
Me.-'. ....,.. l.."IB.:U. '1.DR. Of/A:e.*. f4, ,

pr*.. 2 acr* U*. ..;,4..1 .H- .; Paymtnt iSndtr 5%
Sterka Cemrtry Club Beautiful weeded. let. ,
.Brick 4 ". I* B. LR. FR wMi fI......... Dea. OR, Ue*. .Week New Inatallatton .
dry." ler*. IC.....*. Bmakfart ..... CM/A Urge Ptksree nlgfit Joe Sapp Saturday, *
> Remodeling Rapalrs
plvs peel, levefy" terg* tot.SR108 0.30: to 9pm' 964-7030 8.wn to 6pm
Seet -* $ BR,2 B, LR, '.. DR. CM/A. $ esre M.fweytfi : ,
**.*- 8'A acres, .. i sIO' t'

Off .R 16... 2 ... MM .. *ppr. *.. lt.' -. ., Yltera
.SR188 Beet t ... LR. DR. ......*. t/l. *sr* lot.' ;)
.tRJJ $8R. 1.... .,.,... 11 rs, .. 1\1IN.REMODEUNG" .
.SR U Ees-4 BR. % B. LR. Dea. OR......... %.. let. & I II
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Off SR 128_9.....W. n. DR.. $*sn*Hrapteee>.en spin t .SUPPLY 'r
.6 fteplece These Want Out Shabby T es. .: ",..
ecres.
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r IN TOWN ,Professionally ttssn And nsarout WeMs Floors COMPANY ,,' : DOWN

---... St. .4 8R. .. ... ..v'. Don. 01. KCHA. UtIfIty. Mettle s Ouerry e Cersmlo "Sneet Vuiyl e Vinyl TO*' "j ,; I .1 I
iireensd ReueeHsn RM*>. lewely." HomeWeter 884 '
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$. St. U..*1 st* y freme ft***_en.I9T* fCsmnnnl 150 BERT 1 VdiYiplcf1Starke '
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Homes AvaHableiThru Call
....- ........1 KITEKEMSTJLEi4 Model Appointment.. ; Offrfce
!and IMng qverters .:
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-*.esres behind PrlmrnVe EssMst ( ooIrdI.. Frt Estlmata 964-7061 Affordable: Homes sessss
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L A.. Starke- seal 631st Busy. at, Mending I I"They

.
-
.., .., ..
just come in here and go to ,vide spare parts on a volume basis for .c '" '
work," says Col.Gus Gonzalez, camp the units to >inakcpmMta, enemrim.,.' ; 1.
site supervisor, ol the Utat mart and to provliM'pM s.:tor thrf .. ''
Maintenance Company on active duty 631st to make repafrs,wW ilJcl naDd I "r
this week and next at Camp h4. ..lHt."TbI.oo.tt; If. "{ .... ..""
Blandlng quI : ::
.
.
Non its ,, ;
unit .. :: "
The Starke based maintenance in operation full-time ::,
is one of the finest in the state says throughout at the Armory on
Col. Gonzalez. It takes the 631st very Edwards!: Road. supplying parts to
little time to get set up the veteran about one-half of the National lyuirdl
unit just comes in and goes to work units In the state.Individuals -

i e t the colonel says. making 1 the 831st
N The 631st left Saturday for its an up '5 .
( d r '
'Maintenance Company cam ,f in.u> o
nual two-weeks of active train-
duty walks of life which makes we ninc- ,
> t
ing, and will return home May 31. The
boning of the unit extremely 'broad-
made of local
unit
up primarily
based. Commander Park Is fulK.
residents Is commanded by p
Captain
time of FlOTlria/rjal :
R.W. Park. First Sergeant is J.E. employee I .
Tomlinson.The tlonal Guard Sgt. Tomlinsonu prosl-
dent of the Florida Bank at Starke. 10
.6 unit Is to provide maintenance Many of the men and worrteojvferl I'
support for the 20 units attending the ''
for the local prison system asgrell*
17-31 active session at
May duty
Industry, such as DuPontAll
The 631st is capableof private.
Camp Blanding.
in ill, they are a cross-section of
repairing military trucks trackedvehicles. jeeps the people who live and work in this.
commercial vehicles, and
Since the unit has been in-the
area. .
It also has the capability to '
area so long many ties between Hand
repair !generators heavy construction the community have been made over
and electronic equip-
equipment
roeN
.
ment.Added to this Is a large weldingand the With yean the, gdisdufcafaeNrf"'piuthj ATW t
machine section capable ol ? ,.
ra shop Florida,it becomes ap ll..t'that the 9 w
fabricating a wide range of Items or
National Guard a .
more just
than
'J
making structural repairs to vehicles.A .
aitrone -
social club, Is supportforcivilian
computerized supply operation \
authorities In time emergen
Engine Problem... utilizing a completely mobile, semi cy. Approximately 30 members of the
trailer mounted data center and parts
activated last to 8 "t
Working on an engine are Sp4 Raymond Perry, Sp4 Led better. SGT vans Is also an Integral part of the unit were summer "
deliver and diesel fuel
gasoline
Thomas, and an unidentified Guardsman. Its duty Is to help
operation. primary pro- i
during the trucker strike, in south

..,. .. Florida specifically, the Dade andBroward
- -
7 le ;r County......"' ..
> Members of the local unit have been
tsrM
'j+ Y. '+ activated recently to provide supportto

Ht, ,. L'ylcra 4 r : vr; the troops assisting In the placement [
of the Cuban and Haitian There Are Ladies Too... ,
refugees In Key West and Miami.The ,'. .t
unit stands ready to help'U called Cathy Fenton. left and Sharon llyers are -caught working In an office. .
14 upon in the event of an emergency. somewhere In Camp Blanding.
Tentatively scheduled for May 22-25
is the yearly field problem in which
Guardsmen are moved to the
backwoods of Camp Blanding to participate
in "war Barnes."This train- UW13 Di001UM MOP ;
ing is to be used to sharpen the skillsof .
, the men and women In the areas of ;1 38 E. Call St. Starke. Fla. 9645890Starke's

, soldiering which are usually.the fur- Own Bakery
thereat from the minds of the _
mechanics. A good time is bad by all
and the unit has consistently shown it

Ulf fix.can soldier as'proficiently..; as it can Graduation Ayb ;

The unit will return home May 31
after completing its assignment of Cakes i ..yAsoak : :
providing maintenance support to the

Florida. Alabama North Carolina ::;;
At The Firing Line... and the territory of the which Virgin Islands I C.:
National Guard units are con-
SGT Walker takes a turn with a machine gun his ears covered with communications gear. ducting annual ,training at Camp

Blandmg during. ,the.current 3-week. ;
segment. "* \
... i
>
'\

2,400 Guard Troops in TrainingCrestview ,



CAMP BLANDING- For nearly KY will be working side-by-side with ; the states of Alabama and THOMAS'' METALS INC.

2.400 men and women of the Florida the part-time soldiers.By North Carolina and the territory. of ,
National Guard training here at offering the opportunity of work- the Virgin Islands. OL 3 w
"summer camp." the annual event is ing with each other closely In this The units include the Alternate
taking on greater significance this manner the Guard is demonstratingthat Command Headquarters from Metal Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage

year. it is willing to display its state of Jacksonville the 50th Area Support Sections
With global tension mounting these readiness at anytime anywhere," Group. Tallahassee, Headquartersand Specializing In Mitered End And Elbows
citizen'soldiers are beginning their General Parham says. HHD Florida Army National
first two-week annual training periodof During the time they are on active Guard from the Camp Blanding
the 1980's duty for training, the Guard memberswill Training Site; the 253d Medical Buy Direct From Manufacturer And Save
Purpose of the training period is to be working in a variety of Detachment; three medical
give the Guardsmen an opportunity to military activities including supply, detachments from the Virgin Islands, FREE DELIVERY
function soldiers in the Army the motor administration, .
as regular pool 496-2013
the 649th, 651st and 656th; the 153d Lake Butler, Fla.
as they would if mobilized to de- transportation and communications.
Financial Section
50th S'S Battalion
fend the United States. The Guard units will be observed bya ;
from North Miami 160th
do this smaller number of officials. in- ; Transportation -
They in units one high ranking
Co., Crestview 853d S'S Co.,
weekend a month throughout the cluding a deputy secretary of defense. ;
year. but the extended period gives First Army evaluators will be Starke Jacksonville; 1128th; 631st Transportation Maintenance Co.Co.,, y'y t tYCwis" ,L9 Cyc.'awp, .t u+c Mrvp t .
them a chance to live eat and sleep monitoring their movements constantly -
Alabama 'Army National Guard "'ILIcNOncehe
"Army" in a military post setting. 109th MP Battalion, North Carolina; Bradford County,
The 20 different units at Camp Blan- Concurrent with the regular train School Board. Slarfce. Crossroads t' ;
Army National Guard, 210th MP Co., Lounge
ding under the direction of command exercise will be
now are ing a post N.C.; 211th MP Co., N.C.; 146th Signal Florida will hold a Public
.
Brigadier General Frank Parham.Jr. conducted- "war in
paper game proposed
tearing on
Battalion Jacksonville 543d :
commander of the Alternate Com- which the players respond to Co., 121st ARCOM plus; active Signal duty "ul. 16220. District: Pro- Hwy 100 & 121 Lake Butler
mand Headquarters of Jacksonville. simulated problems in a European units of the 501st Battalion coduf for Exceptional' .
Signal
"Readiness has become more than scene for a duty they Student fducallon., for -3g '
Fort Campbell KY, and evaluatorsand
just a word," General Parham says. hope will never theirs. 19BG19Blon iJun' 2..
"In light of events reflected in re- 5 By the time summer training Is, advisors from active com- 19M at 7 p........,In this I dancing. \
cent headlines the high state of over for this year at the end of July, ponents. School' Board Room,ol For your
readiness and proficiency sought con- Camp Blandmg will have played the Bradford' County IIstenln9 :
stantly by the Florida National Guardis "host" to some 11,500 Guardsmen ac- School Administrative: ent
needed more than ever." cording to Col. Gus Gonzalez, camp Offices, Ma North Tom- ]
BG Parham a site commander.The current group is pie Avenue,.. .Starke.. ,. ?-&. : enloY"' ,
veteran and a retired telephone com the fourth week increment and Florida., '
executive, said Reserve there five 2-week segmentsof Copies of this piopOe.d
pany Army are more '
and National Guard troops from training to go. There were 3,700 "Consistency is the' last refuge -. .talnod Mule from 6220 the.may Suparln be ob-.*' ] Bobby Dee Band 1
several states are training now at men at the camp In the previous segment of the unimaginative. tondonf office'of SSI .
Camp Blandmg For the first time Oscar Wilde North Temple 'Avenue/-

full-time soldiers from the 501st Units training now. are from Starke, Stork. Florida. ; .gjgk, Wed., Fri & Sat., From 9PM tit 2 AM.
:
Signal Battalion of Fort Campbell, Jacksonville Tallahassee, This Is In compliance. ,
with Florida .....ty,..,. .
Chapter 73-OlOj' a* | Wednesday Night,
nactod by. 'tho 1974
Florida LoIIIIII.tu. ? 1: ,Drinks ,$100
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