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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 29, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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" Mrs. Pat Welly has plenty of Interested on-lookers as '
she adds cheese to the pot of.spaghetti she and .the .of the.


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Makin Sketti unusual
: to be a

St. Mark's Day School students got the
to skip the brown bag blues and try North
their hands-flngers-shlrts-and .
anything! else handy at making
spaghetti last Thursday at school. speaker j,
M Then they swirled up homemade i people
strawberry Ice cream Friday morn. ,
ing. Director-
The youngsters did their best to add keep
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just a dash of oregano (who can help adults,
slipping with those awkward Jars?), ;
and get all the tomatoes in the pot. s'the .,
They seasoned the spaghetti ,' ''i''*' '
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themselves stirred It, made some r saxs VIi
was a .
buttered bread to go with it, and then J Pell ,',f" <;,. .
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their will Tassel.Tossing Fun.

football 'Cindy Jordan and Mike Akrtdge get In a little pre-graduallon fun as they try
on the cap and gowns they will wear Friday night May 30, for commencement.It'll .
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be a big night Friday,after which Cindy will work at Keystone Uniform Co.
Band., to save money for further schooling. Mike works at Hardec's and plans to attend

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It's Back to the Drawing Board For .Clay's Boat Control Law i


A public hearing on Clay County's .amendments they said would correct; Commissioner Hank Bruning dlnance in order to have it ready for dinance had been,determined by the
embattled boat ordinance resulted In flaws In the current ordinance, while'' whose district embraces most of the action hopefully within two months. court. "
a Mexican standoff Tueday night spokesmen for the newly organized lake, region residents offered an Bruning's amendment carried by a Such terms as '"decible count
when the County Commission again Lake Region' Property Owners amendment postponing the hearing 3-2 vote. "baffle plates," "underwater ex-
Y 30BHS postponed its decision on a Association maintained the proposed until after the court case had been Bruning said the lake region hausts" and other nautical languagewas
GRADUATION troublesome issue dating back to 1978. amendments. containing such vague decided,but authorizing a committee residents had already been forced to batted around the hearing room
INS Stadium terms as "...aonable. muffling of with Commissioner Dale Wilson as attend two meetings on the Issue and where every available seat was filled.
t StOOP.M. Agreeing on the basic goal of no- boat exhausts, were no more enforceable chairman to organize and go forward he did not want to call them out for a Property-owners outnumbered boat
Charloy PJI' SpooliorFRIDAV nuisance boat operation, but still than the parent ordinance. with rewriting the controversial or- third until validity of the current or- promoters about four to one
...... .. poles apart on how to achieve It, pro Both Tom Watkins. a Jet-boat owner and
AND SATURDAYMAY and con forces argued to a stalemate sides proclaimed their desireto Terry Frost" a boat designer and
resulting in another hearing being outlaw excessively noisy boats; builder both of Jacksonville, insisted
Mend MAY II
rescheduled for midsummer.Boat while permitting the operation of all
RUMMAGe 4 SAKS SALS Joe Warren AnnouncesFor that "the technology does not exist"to
L-"' sales and manufacturing In- types of craft if acceptable noise, make all boats comply with the current -
.P4itocofal* AuxiliaryUn. Church terests pleaded for passage of three levels abused.can be established, and not ordinance, providing that all exhaust
must be emitted under water.
Plat Contor
Shopping Frank
by Wilton's FloristSATURDAY. Hampton Man Gets LRPOA said Duguid the property president owners'group 'of County Commission "Even comply the with sheriff's this," Watkins patrol boat declared cannot,' s
I had not been given ,
an
opportunity adding "there is no way to make,an i
MAY 31. for
In-put during the -
underwater exhaust with. an In-
AR-S-Q CHICKIN DtNNIRBrookr 3-Year Jail Term amendment-writing process, while board." Outboard motors are also Illegal i
.11..,. Sc....*. boating Interests had been frequently Commissioner Former Joe Starke Warren Mayor-has formally under Ordinance 78-9,according ;
*iOO-ViOOPJM. Local consulted. As the hearing dragged on r to Watkins' interpretation of the law
For for
Burglary announced his candidacy
'2.10 A will toword promise) In sight Duguid asked that, County the exhaust 1st discharged
go
reverse
Michael Anthony Coleman'ai, of tabled Democratic In Septemberfor ,
the matter be for further primary
the........ / consideration -
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) 'error.Aba..d.l above water. t
Hampton was sentenced to three the seat currently held by Commissioner ;
: with ;
! pl.y In state prison to be followed by property-owners Hazel Paul who previously ': Hans Winter'of Crystal Lake
years given a chance for at future
"Ivmybody Love A Ralnboar"MONOAV.AINIl input out some of the difficulties of
12 yean of probation after pleading'guilty committee sessions. announced that she will not seek 1:1'1:1'J'N! pointed
to the burglaryof of Register OU, Attention was turned to the current another term.Warren : ; enforcing any noise-control: ordinancefor
Starke last Aug. 14. ordinance which Is now under attackIn joins Starke City Commis, : boats stating; "The problem
Coleman la one of two defendants sioner Wilbur Waters and area : transcends any one county, since
a long-pending court case that has I
I'.c. COMMISSION sentenced in Circuit Court In the never come to trial.Commissioner businessman Homer Hart In the race several lakes In the" area are in two or
. ManNOA.M.. Bradford County courthouse In Starke to succeed Mrs. Paulk. more counties A noise-violator
Lee Drawdy's ,
. .. .... by Judge R.A. (Buuy) Green,Jr. this to continue the public hearing motion to He Us, Radio and Television : j; .l under pursuit has only to flee across
r the line to be safe from the
county'
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'.C. SCHOOL Vocational
BOARD 27. teacher at the Bradford-Union
past Tuesday May June 24 at 7:30: while asking the r
p.m. 'J.
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Winter said. He added that
MIITINO7iOOPJM.TUHOAY. ., Coleman admitted to burglarizingthe State Attorney to proceed with the Technical Center In Starke and i law. signs
v' Register Oil bulk plant.at 308 hold a B.A. degree In industrial t. posted by the county stating "Noise
test case "with all due speed" was .
$. .. ."JUNe 1.:. S.Thompson Street In Starke while seconded, by Commissioner Thad education. Warren served four years abatement violations will. be prosecuted"
might have some effect as
I armed with a .20 gauge shotgun. Crossley. 'as a city commissioner In Starke and ;;
STARK CITY COUNCIL
. The second defendant was a in his final year on the commission, would attempts to educate 'non-
7100 P.M. 19-year-old Miami nurse's aide who was) Mayor-Commissioner. Warren Is complying fast-boat operators
,City Hall.. pleaded guilty to Introducing contra- Index. a warrant officer In the National Several lake residents emphasized
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fee. that 1 less than. two of
probably percent
.' band marijuana Into Florida State Guard where he serves as Power
! :. SOUTItIIDI.LIM.SCHOOL Prison last Sept. 22. Adjudication waa Generator Advisor. boat operators cause moat of the trou
Poronf Advltory CmmHt.*- Two Section's ble. ''And many of these are outsiders
: withheld In the case of Deborah It has been rumored for sometimethat Joe Warren
!t M..t". -',",..M.I Denise Small, but she was placed on SECTION At Warren would run for County who bring In their boats for a day or
OI probation for five years and ordered NewL:....ti..Page. IAA1A Commissioner. Warren was last In For County Commission, weekend of noise-making' ," the' group,
I "' Courtesy to serve 30 days In Bradford County adl'.j.. ..."a. 4A 'the limelight when he helped bring Boob .
! Sport,.,,.t..4v.{.Pages .A*>/ASociety. Channel 4 TV from Jacksonville' to. ,to do the same thing with the county. i Glover of White Sands Lake,
JACKSON BUILDINGOf jail.Miss Small will be allowed to serve .*...........Pages IA3A Starke to do an Investigative aeries on Wsrrea owner of a high-powered boat,> but-
} part .of the 30 days during her ......1.l Real Bit..,,..,Page.*A the City of Starke., said that he doesn't believe who .IA,* ha operates It .with' a
; SUP lY Stark. Christmas vacation from school from ,SECTION fti Warren said that when he was with 'In buying.votes for reelection with minimum of noise\ said. the boat"
JAy tI 984-6078 Nov. 20 to Dee 31,and will be allowed New StIefi,4.Page S.Oltltu.rt. the City of Starke he tried to prove the peoples business and tax money. control ordinance) should penalize
Hwy
K..y.ton. N.ahls l lMv" to serve the remainder of the 30 days **..*..'....,e',.. .P000 IS that somebody could vote on the "That Is one promise that t can make "hot-rodders" but not at the same
<0 *nd2i'* without interfering with her nurses Classifieds.,, ,......Page 4a.7B issues without being concerned about to the people of this county, that I will time "crucify": those who operate
4/3-49T3' training\ the judge stipulated. 6rads..7.Pages: ,...13. ,reelection. He said that h.would like not do ,Warren said. their boats In an acceptable manner




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TELEGRAPH May ZI...

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Mrs.Mrs. Leona Leona English English will be honored' ; (J .1JOit/i't .: ide. i j

on her 79th birthday Sunday.June 1,
by her two daughters Mrs. Esther !
Sanders and Mrs. Minnie Lee Manire,
with an open house at Mn. EnglIsh'a I gJ,1 /Iloofy; II/ :zSodI
borne, 317 N. Broadway st. In Starke. g CJT.en ,,f
AU friends and relatives are invited Cava". 4o/ dreWJ. ;
to drop by and enjoy refreshmentswith uFte ,
her between the hours of 12 noon "
and 4 p.m. Their visits will be theirHospital 964.7608, .-1
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Auxiliary' Did? You Know........ n

Holds Final Meeting Out-of-town guests attending the .Cecelia Terwillegar ,.and Martha
For The Year' Pit' Henderson-Green wedding tAprflJ26> iferlco/ spent Memorial, weekend in
The were: Mrs. James Hilburn, Sanford visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.H.
BradfordCounty Hospital Auxiliary
held its' final of the Maryland; Mrs.James Shows, MjjIs.; Truluck and ,Mrs. James McKay
Y meeting
11f.a. Mrs. Larry Burnett. Ga,; Mr> aniMrs. Truluck They also! visited the I
,Monday,May 26,at the Western
year Steer Steak House with 24 members Jon Anderson, Jacksonville.. ,Truluck camp,on Lemon Bluff on the
William C. Henderson, father of .the St Johns JUver were Mr. and Mes
presentAnnual reports were given from,,of; ..'-.<100 .J8f'bnnvtlle.-'-- ". Herbert Nelson, Jr. and son, 8yrol!;.
fleers and standing committee --

chairmen. . ,

a; given A committee nursing to a deserving scholarship was Bradford appointed fund County tweet to be J'The ''Steakman' ,,4

Mrs. Sandra O'Brian Johnson '
girl. ,
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t'Nu J 1 chairman, Mrs. Kay McKinley andMrs. : DOSS4 '
Lucile Green will serve on the Judlc Ann Smith a1 1

committee. Clarence Alton Blake Bradford County
President Mrs. Doris' Overstreet (/
announced that the Auxiliary had purchased Judie Ann Smith '
for the hospital during the Ft. Long
past year the following; draperies for Clarence Alton Blake
.the old wing of the hospital furniturefor Plan June Wedding
4 Ito the front lobby, a Stryker stretcher '
for the operating room three Mr and Mrs. Floyd B. Smith of
wheelchairs, and a 16mm projector. Keystone Heights announce the
Membership chairman, Mrs. Gerri engagement and approaching marriage -
Green announced that the auxiliary of their daughter, Judie Ann to w ,. artP' z
Mr.sn'd.r.1rs| :Herbert A.Green:Jr., had taken in 11 new members this Clarence Alton Blake, son of Mr. and. vov
.b .1 year making a total of 87 members.The Mrs. L.A. Blake of Lawtey. iPV i iN
Lisa Henderson andJ"'erberGr.e' r. ;Jr. Executive Board will meet next The marriage will be an event of ,
Thursday morning at 9:30: in the June 27, 1980 at 7:00: p.m. in the P r t.4.
Married April,26' in First Church Library of the hospital. There win) be Calvary Baptist Church: In Starke. A,
no meetings during July and August. The bride-elect attended Keystone /
The next general meeting will.be Heights, High School.
Lisa Gayle Henderson and Herbert' Laienby. was"held'' the September 22. Mr' Blake is t 1977! gra1'l8te'
.
at
The reception
A. Green, Jr., were uni ed in mar Bradford High School.
Half bride's
before friends and relatives ,I church Fellowship The Invitations
rlage covered with white linen No are being sent local-
April 26.at 7:30: in the First Baptist table was all friends and relatives of the
p.m. ."' table cloths with white lace overlays. The Olin W. White's ly, but / ( fnlt
church in Starke. couple are invited to attend the wed
wag I The: cake was four-tiered with a pink
The chancel of the'church ,
area :
Entertain ding Everyone is
water fountain with soft roses all church'sofelowshipp
centered with a heart, shaped
reception in the
around the bottom tier. Cutting the Rehearsal DinnerMr.
candelabra holding burning tapers.To cake were Mrs.Richard Walmsly! and hall immediately following the:wed
either side were two standing arrangements Mrs. Larry Burnette. cousins of the and Mrs. Olin W.'White were ding.
of pink and white glad!!, bride. The burgundy and pink flowers hosts at a dinner party Friday night'at

heather burgundy carnations, white= were interlaced on the candles' the Western Steer Steak House Did You Know...........
daisies and mauve pompoms. FlankIng honoring their son Larry White and
The cake chocolate
groom's was
the standing arms were two spiral! ,l his fiancee Miss Cindy Smith,following -
,
centered with the reluctant groom Sylvia Wheeler Is a medical patient
candelabras. .1* .
{ >r and was cut by the groom's sister, the couple's wedding rehearsal.The In Bradford County Hospital.
waa'\mart-led
The couple {.by Jty ,
,iti"<>MIll Anita Green. U-shaped tables were centered
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Ben P. Bryant. with a'large' arrangement of white ,Robin Milner.'daugiiter'oTMr.'andMrs I'f
The bride's book was on a smalli tJIflJI3
Presenting Mrs.a program!.George of, nuptial'music i 'round.table with a candle which read! daisies and blue mums. Place cards Robert L. Milner of Starke,was ,
were Ouwvaji'ijorganist. I 1.(,he'wedding Invitation,:and:la white marked the seating arrangement. awarded a. Bachelor of ,Science
Mrs Ctndy Mdujaej pianistt j I") Among the guests along with the Degree Saturday May 10, at Pen- -
slid soloists Mrs. Kattty.Greenand,11Kevin ; .pert1( Mrs James Hilburn.aunt of the '\
Neel.,, "; ;, 'bride, kept the bride's bootfUl-t)l.t :; RobertgFannineMrs.; Rev..Robert and Whiteand Mrs. sacola Christian College.. f] UG3c' flJIJ'I3 f63[ :.
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The bride, given.aWKy. by her dadtn i Punch: was served by Mr James children and Mrs. Bernie Collins,'of 'B /lton, Mass,
dy wore a white Victorian style wed- Sbowes, aunt'of the bride anfl Mrs. Wesley Gainesville Kelly; visited his mother, Mrs. Gladys Collins 1212 N. Temple'Ave. Starke. 'FLorWa 964.6587"1
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ding dress with soft acqordian pleat*, |Jon Anderson, godmother-- i Michael White all of ; Mr. I
and sister and
brother-in-law Mr.
OrI jthe I
and Robert Smith, Mrs. Nellie
from' the waist to the' floor, 'hen,' (bride.. I Mrs. and Mrs. Lavon Drivas from Wednesday
neckline was high and sheer, with:; /.Scroll, were handed out; by'Audrie' Wilkinson maternal grandmother all 'I 1 -
hand !Embroidery. Her' stoeveS, !: ;f:''IpdrsytU I : \,and, liceitagktM'iJon;, of, Lawtey; ,and paternal grandmother to Monday. -_.. 14 t. -
sheer hand-embroUJeryJ ,.Wtlrll, lNft.raweddinill, VuT'lWJi\ 'I .Mrs. Eva Smith of Memphis, -
Mart! beads as buttons with ma "lf trip U>W Undo and Jenn, r' > -
anger-tip veil. Daytona Beach, the couple will ride .vAattMycra! ; o nA. ''D cb to ills Y.r n uernroZga w wwit
T The bride carried a long silk In Starke. T elect and oaatstto'theer 7vt911RRrWt.
cascade of Minuet Roses burgundy The bride Is employed at Western honored couple'>> 1 i nA1 nll7 o-4T
sweetheart roses, white almond Steer Steak House and the groom is their. attendants.
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and fitonia leaves employed at E.I.DuPooL ...."' ? 1'
flowers Ivy ./ V'f" ,' r,,;
Maid of honor ot Kathy Marie ......'. ...................... ....... ... ....... ..." '"'f J'v
Henderson (sister the bride), worea ; ;; : 'f

soft rose dress and carried a col- ; : ...... .'
onial nosegay of silk daisies in shadesof ':' ;::::: ;: IIJ
burgundy and mauve, burgundy .I: .
sweetheart roses white almond .1t
flowers and boston fern. '..-'
Charlie Green (brother of the : t
groom), served as best man. Ushers .:.' .
were Jackson Prevatt and Joseph c '.' .N
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2226 N. Temple Ave. :964-7871. .t.
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Cynthia K. Edwards :: ::: P1\t, $650 Cow Bells! $32 60- :

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Thomas E.Duncan t : # 9 $575 .- 'I)

Cynthia K. Edwards, ;
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Thomas E. Duncan Capture Those ; .
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;: Special Moods& < ::: "."'"
Wedding Date Set GOld'kfsC x }
:: Expressions On OurDoubleImage 88 :;: .. Garden Plows :.l: J ",.. \
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LTCret.) And Mrs. W.H. Edwardsof
Kingsley Lake announce the :: Ffomoglc Portraits, ::: Dog Nuggets K r \\L; ,. '1; 6\

engagement and approaching marriage :: f1x10 ONLY ::: 1s" .

of their daughter. Cynthia r :: $3400 & Meal I .
O>*speck block background wi b used _
Karen to Thomas E. Duncan, son of $1-50
:: ONLY on FRAMAGIC"porttalti Additional ::: .
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Cora Lee Duncan of Jacksonville and .
: portraits wW be available on selection ::
: your 24"
Dr. Donald E. Duncan of Pfafftown, :. of scenic and color backgrounds with no ::.: $3800 2196 .5OLbv : :
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NC.The :: obligation.88*per sitting One"FRAMAGIC'portrait ::: "
wedding will be an event of :: per customer Background may ::: "
August 9, 1980 in the First :: occasionally change Remember.children ::: Mineral ,'e : } :L i' '
Presbyterian Church of StarkeMotherDaughter .. :' must be accompanied by a parent. ::. ,'. B-66O 5550' ; : :
50 Lf .. .
'Feeders
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Banquet Held By ::':. Oa'lS 0I*, JL.' : ;, "" ,,i.. ....". :::: 35 ,'.15 00 f Mineral. :15 ao LB. .7,75 : ''-25LB. ,

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Church of God' .rnege ... .
': ," :: SizeTreHeM $2600Oral

The Ladles Auxiliary of the Starke .' I
Church of God held their annual. Sit.I. 'f Spectrum
a" ., .
Mother-Daughter banquet May 17 at ..' Thurs. Fri. Sun. :' ,
the church Fellowship Hall : Spectracide'

The hall was decorated in a : If. t'," l": ,... ;:. Iron .

the Hawaiian banquet setting being with"Aloha"the .theme Fishing of June: 5 6 7 8 '- r" ,".f ': '1.1'1_ .f(.;' :: Spray Home Pest Control_ ; ,! : For' Pigs

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nets were hung on the walls holdingthe '$1"001
In letters. I 4. PS Iftt $ eoo
words Aloha huge 14 ; } (> '
The head table was centered with Daily: 10AM IjtfPM J' ; ..\f 5* ::. I < Ferro Treat
an arrangement of tropical fruit i." .;' .
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flanked miniature trees. The <
by palm
guests were seated at Individual card .: Sunday: 12 Noon -_5PM ::1' .i X .. t- .
tables covered with white cloths and .'
centered with pineapples, miniature Sheer Skeet Vac AllPump 12A. to $975
palm trees and hibiscus 3. Walnut St". .
After a delicious meal of salads and .: Stark .. :: 6'7U.long I.
tropical fruits the ladies were '. _. :: .
presented an Inspiring program. Mrs. ) 7lillienzat.
40" wide l ,
Diane Hughes sang Bali Hai" and, > The Miracle v
Mrs. Allle Kirkland was,.guest ,"Or? .*1.f"I Pumping Unit 'Pig Paste WmrP.elA "
speaker, using for her topic, !'AMother's .' ,
Love". r! $750
The mother of the year selected Is $
Mrs. Gladys Allen .. s&\e $175CI.
'n : .; ..:: 30
The affair was enjoyed by 10s tube
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May Zt.IfM TELEGRAPH Page 2A



I 'Southside Elementary: Parents Find Operation of Schools Left to Principals .il


f Hold Parent Advisory Committee'PAC said it didn't matter 8 entered 'no grouping "labels"'student in lower were told. The school board That I*left pretty much to the principal Richard Odom though refusing
*f ( ) meetings to give parents a comment' on the baUot and 5 level classes a* "dummies," doing therefore.Is virtually powerless whenit the Rsrenta) were told. label himself spokesman for the
dunce for Input Into how Southside teachers did not vote. them Moore said a grave Injustice. comes to which educational plan an '1 can t believe all sU administrator group but only for ,led
/ Elementary School will be operated, Gaakina' advice was directed to The parents however felt Moorewai individual school will be operated on. are left to run their off with a lengthy statement which
"t was the advice of School Board Chairman .- Principal Moore when parents opposing telling them bow Southside will school as they see fit," said Iocal-den- rebutted points Principal Moore had
y Arthur GasUns.ff mixing of all ability levels In each be operated academically with his tilt Harry Gruen after listening made at the advisory committee
Principal Jesse Moore has act a class took their problem to the school mind already made up. Thus the almost two hour to the discussion, meeting the previous week
A PAC meeting next Tuesday June 3,at board last Monday. May 19. The parents took their problem to the Correctional OfficersTo terming that"mind blowing." "Throwing them Into the
'V 7:30 p.m. in the SS cafetoriuin. Since parents had'attended the first PAC school board. Hold "It blows mine too, Harry." mainstream may not be beneficial"
V the board meeting Moore also has meeting of the year at Southside But the newsIto parents 'wanting Party replied school board member Pat Odom said, rebutting Moore's statement
< polled his S7 teachers. Twelve of the Elementary May 13 at which Principal homogeneous grouping to continue at SaturdayLocal Spencler. of the previous week that In
/. 37 voted for the school to retain Moor told them of his plan to Southside was not good either.. The Union '2843. certified to Rev. Jim Love said he wasn't certain ability 1"JU1llDl1OID. children will ;
homogeneously grouped classes, the change: to heterogeneous groupingnext school board seta policy but has no represent all State Correctional he understood. Administrators always be labeled "dummies."
system used now. Sixteen said ability fan. policy controlling bow studentswillgrouped Employee* in Northeast Florida, is are left to run their school as they see Bad actors follow good exampleswas
grouping: should not be continued: 1 Moor*explained that homogeneous be within a classroom they having a party entitled fit, questioned Rev. Love. Moore'contention when be said ,
'The Correctional Officer "You may be mars right than you classes should be mixed with all
.. A ForgottenMan think" ..ldSupt. Tom Casey. level represented In each with
I ; Johns',Resigns From .County Zoning Board of Society" Chairman Gasklns made It plain be discipline problems spread out Odom
It will be held In the Moose Lodge of to listen to the parents aid. But Odom added It could work 1
... Starke Rt 100 East. May 31, from 8 even the school board could not do the other way around- good actor Po
'.:. After working the past 17 years with simply given him more than he can obviously reluctant to have the p.m. to 2 a.m. and la free to all local anything. could follow bad ones.
the effort to have coning In Bradford handle and something bad to go. veteran zoning board member resign. union 12848 member and their j ji
'County,' Bradford County Zoning Den Rardon.a major In the Florida But Johns nodded affirmatively. .
Board Chairman .Jerome Johns National Guard was elected new The letter i dated May 27, asked for gueThe begin with a freeDBQuemhickeen i
resigned Tuesday night May 27, chairman of the zoning board. Art the. resignation to be effective June 3. Dinner and free
p -because. of pressing business duties.. Scbuls, a State Department of Johns also recommended that he be refreshments followed with music
sis1* In 1983 when he was chairman of Transportation engineer who lives in replaced with a 'woman. It has long and dancing announces Prealdent"Doug"
Hetlbron elected vice- been his opinion. Johns said, that a Spear
833 the Bradford County Commission, Springs was
=i Johns appointed the first study coro- president, succeeding Rardon.Johns woman should be on the zoning board. Music Club ..
= mission pointed out he had been out of John recommended Tarcy
to begin
study on*zoning ordinance -
i5 for the county. Johns baaIeI'Ved town and missed the past three Wolbert wife of former zoning board To Be OrganizedIn
attorney Jesse Wolbert. Mrs. Wolbert
of the board.
the board since Its meetings
on coning
BrookerThe
baa been contacted and is to
willing
In August 70. "Do me to read this?
man the past three yehum: asked aiming Director L.M. Games, serve Johns said. Riverland Music Club a newly
Art KIefer resigned to begin his tube organized member of the National '
mJllUl business. Federation of Music Glut, held its \wJ
::5: Hearings Set on City Land Use PlanPublic first meeting and luncheon Thursday
Two months ago Johns was elected May 22, at the Brooker Community cOdiDBO
'FREE
1_ president of the Community State hearing must be conducted Sanderson,planner for the North Cen- Center. .
: Bank, succeeding his father Charley June 3 and June 17 on the proposed tral Florida Regional Planning Council Mrs. Barney Sadler president of :7 / Tl SAwzs>t Am lPTO
: :Johns. The bank presidency added to will be present to answer any the Suwannee District Music
Comprehensive Land Use Plan for the Club. uw D>til<3TwfDH1GM
IKK': his duties u president of Gator'' City of Starke Planning and Zoning question* at the public hearings Crystal River, installed the new of ILECTMIC( SIILLWI $
1 Frelghtways' headquartered' In Director AI Crosby reminded the city Crosby said.Crosby .ficers and presented them with cor (8' -.
1 Starke Johns said Tuesday night has Zoning and Planning Board at Its pointed out that It Is hoped sages. .aOVID& CA>8R1E1l

: Tuesday,May 27, meeting.It the city commissioners will approvethe The officers for the new year beginning -
plan after the second hearing. in September are Mrs. J.C. HEAT AND AIR T"COMPiETELY
I Mrs. Richard Little will not be necessary for zoning After the second hearing subdivision Ramsey president; Mrs. Jim Countryman .__
and planning board member to bepresent regulation will be presented to ,, vice-president; Mrs. Phil INSTAUID ..MSSHM mm
!f Given Farewell rriiIoi p.m. city commission the city council for their study and Gainey, secretary and Mrs. T.J. ONIY989O0 .sw saw
nngsw
mc* aras.aN.eaain Nas vn.aDomNt
= Reception on regular meeting subsequent approval. Mann. Treasurer.Also --
S night of the council said Planning Chairman Drew Reddish discussed attending as a guest was Mrs. .1'11' AfI.II"lIoI"r, '/ ; : )
t A farewell reception was givenrLrSaturday. Director Al Crosby. He and MarJieBIRTHS with the zoning and planning board Louise Blackford of Crystal River. .Nc)' ,''!', ', ., ,,
having a member at each The ;' !"" .(' \
honoring Mr*. city cornmission organization begins with thirteen '
ggRlchard Little and daughter.Tiffany meeting. Reddish asked charter member who include
:Bn the Methodist Fellowship Hall betWeen -.. Crosby to draft a schedule wherebythe music teachers, music students and fi'"G''C.
K- the hour of 11-1. -. commissioners would rotate attending others who have an interest in and ap- Mill'. .
Hostesses, Mrs. Robert Alvarez, the city commission preciation for music. ,. +
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n. Jay Carver Mr*. Garetb Jones, meetings.No The purpose of the club is to N ;
L.G. Manning, Mrs. RandyNewland Kelll Rene WilliamsMr. other business'was presented to stimulate musical interest In the com- ...."R eo fIIIIiIIr.......
;Mrs. Grady Overstreet of the coning and planning board In the munity and to promote the enjoymentand ,.. pucli1. .....17.1l
=:Mrs. Glenn Polk Mrs.Drew Reddish. and Mr*. Raymond Williams brief meeting.By enrichment provided through
Rieske and Mrs. RichardsdWelty Stark, are proud to announce the music.
;a\frs. Terry
and guest presented Mr*.Lit- birth of their first child Kelll Rene', l r'i -j jI
Jle with a* a born May W>. 1980.
niofrsquares The maternal grandparents are Mr.
;:: remembrance In3tarke
for the past 10 years. The Lit- and Mr*. Paul Cretghton of Miami, Hampton Highlights IEiiiJEI"! .m a
:=tie family will be moving to VYilmAigton. and the paternal grandparents are

+c. Del., where Mr. Little is .Great Mr grandparents*. Ray Williams are of Mr.Starke.and Dolores-Meng' phone 468-1MS. Helen Richard of Ocala visited them
with DuPontr
employed Mrs. Raymond William of Hamptonand BookmobileThe again last Sunday.
j The refreshment table was covered Jade Howard of Starke. Bradford County Bookmobile
Silth white silk tablecloth with a
:
a
park at the Hampton Post Office
t 1:dogwood from a recipe print.The served punch at the served Little's was Michael Stephen TIlley parking lot every Tuesday from 13:30 Sandra Fries Birthdays celebrated her 10th EITIPHflSISAn
A until 2:30: p.m. You may check out birthday on May 13.
Clodding large
reception. arrange- Mr.and Mr E. TWe of choice free of "
books
SmentoTstokesia and yellow day lilies Stephen their your charge. Mrs. Cheryl Meng celebrated her
'was on one end of the refreshment proud to announce the birth of birthday May 23, also. '
.able and the punch bowl on the other. son, Michael Stephen born May 14. HaWyBirthdaytoWcbaelBnmettI -
:: Approximately 40 guest called dur- I860 In the Riverside Hospital ingnSdpSrenfi Visitors on May 28.
the appointed hour*.... ..,i.. -w- Jacksonville.: Mr.&IIII Mr*.Gerald Adklns enj Carrie and Christy Manning are
log 1Yivhlertl > =
... ., .The paternal are MrWJE. .', ,:.:I T joyed the recent visit of their children C' ;rating their 8th birthday*today I ;iL itS\;;!/o",I' a..Il.I1'J 1-"+ i
:! J1 H I _.Mn< :.;:nileyof St leD V mind grandchildren to make for a pleat ; '- "See .nI, .. t
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The Olin W the maternal grandparent '' 'ant Mother's Day celebration. Mrs 4 s ." .' ''MYrk;.hf i ai i 1'
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and Mr*.T.G. Ritcli of Jacksonville. ,
Entertain
2 Following Great grandparents are Mr. and oft repeated "myth" Is that an electric utility

1 Son's WeddingS Mrs. R.L.; Shaller and ClIfton Brownof has a "guaranteed profit." One even can find this

Mr. and Mr*. Olin W. White opened Starke.
The fact
statement in journals. is
Lake erroneous news ,
2 their home at 437 N. St..Starker "
5 to out-of-town and local family and Justin Kale London a utility has a ceiling on its rate of return and

| friends Saturday following the weds Mr.and Mr*.Arthur G. Loudon HI only the opportunity to reach its allowable return.
ding o1 their Larry and Cindyr
ICIIIt the birth of
: proudly announce a son
: Smith. Justin Kale, born May 27. 1980 in the NURSERY SPECIAL Public utility regulation takes the place of com
2 The buffet table was covered with a Utah Valley Hospital In Provo Utah, petition. It Is designed to insure that utilities do not
a white Army-Navy cloth over a yellow where Mr. Loudon Is attending the
:2 liner. The table was centered with any Brigham Young University. SPECIAL GROUP :make an excessive return on investment.

: arrangement of yellow and blue silk: Paternal grandparents are Mr.and Briefly the law allows public utilities an oppOrtunity -
|: flowers. Silver trays held cold cuts Mr*. A.G. Loudon.Jr. of Starke. to fair and reasonable return
a an .
2 bar-b-oue sausage ball and others FRUIT TREES earp ,

finger foods.. amount determined, after lengthily public hearings.
5 Out-of-town guests were Mrs. DIll You Know........... 'There is of
guarantee profit.
Avanell Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. ASSORTED VARIETIES '
;5 Charles Fields, son Cariand and date attending the yc "
Strawberry Swinger '
=of Jacksonville, Mr.and MrI.Warren State Square Dancing Convention in In 4 Gal Containers WITH LETTUCE, PICKLETOMATO AND

t.. Mra.EbUnI ClInton of KlnpJey Barton Lake of Sliver i Mr.Late.and Jim Orlando and from Sandra Friday Duncan to Sunday, Mac were and: 84t 595 41,000 federal and- state regulations.That's the i

:2 Mr. and Mr*.Johnny Hobbs, Mr. and Carol Baldwin and Joey and Linda Reg. number of decrees governing
C Mr*. Michael White. Mr. and Mr*. Baldree. aeao = an American favorite, the G
a Robert White, son Wesley and 1 It'Come 1 si Seived. .
|daughter Kelly of Gainesville, Mrs. hamburger. These stem

..C.w: Savage Mr. and Mrs. Robert .1r from 200 laws and 11,000
:2 Van Pelt. and son Jeffery ands Recent visitor of Mr. and Mrs.
daughter.Tonda of Starke. Stephen noey and new lOa Michael, PATIO 6 precedent-setting court
3 Assisting Mrs. White In caring for In Orange Park were Mrs.- ft... orSTEPPING 4 Colorado State
=the guests were Mrs. Michael White Sheller A'Ir.' and MrI.W.E.Tilley and .. Fog Avay cases.

:sand Mrs. Robert White. Mr. anb Mra. Steve Hardemann ( H BSii.ld' STONE ? University estimates that

3 regulations add 8 to 11 cents per
: .
Insect Pests
pound to the cost of the hamburger.
'. ll Round or Square
41] Kill Flees
OneFEDDERSlets
I :11. Roaches-2 .16"' 20" SOLAR PROJECTS UP BY 24%,

bhW and the l ,Ant etc. A survey of the utility industry's solar programsby
you I Just set A Your Choice
the Electric Power Research Institute shows that
leave' 2 hour
of Colors the number of projects underway In .j
kids live COOL! e Or Size J25Reg. -
T1r.rae8's"isgr 2.79. at 1979 Increased by 24% over AI/''
SAVE NOW
-
SO POWERFUL IT CAN COOL : the previous year. Over ..L'fL.;.. ::
14 Oz. Siz. 45 ..
.atiweM >| '.., :.
fi-' AN OPEN PLAN LMNQ-DININQ ReQ..5.00_, *"' 180 Individual utility' .p' : .
.
.. : .c;.:::
AREA'oar..N companies are In- .s ; ;
UL '-- .. i.e. aas vd.,. volved and a con, r. <.:
-
SAVE MO OM A TOM 21"SELF ;{J
__ 22,500 BTU's mltment of about$20 '..' .i ::

PROPELLED REAR DAGGER million. This does not in- .:''h...... .. .. .: : .

$62995MHdeMICW dude other Industry and "; :::.: .
,F.. .
.
+ ,Model 20740 .Has. Key a Lectrto Start government researc h. 1 '" .
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5.2 Ieegp stAtCaft Ml Hft Valfa.
___ New Rear Wheel. Drive With Select A Pace

-- Mod*ASLS417MD Am.e -.....--..' Control Handle. High Torque InotnC. ''izi FANCANSWERSTHEQUESTION

The Florida Federation Women's dubs asked

_.....1":in,'..,.-..nyit -..=-..:::.':'....".d.r.: TMHM COOUMO 9KiD9...f.p.. CM (fw Reg.: 429.95 38995 "What does the FFWC have In common with .
a..A..r.w.w.r./.r..at..r. 'he..T"v '--.I.. ) .........c..e.....vi.... NOW "
electric utilities? And answered "We share a deep
.
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_..row.l.rl-drar' e..we.1..r.. >.M.*....,n. ..-..>.. ABJUITASU AUTOMATIC TMIR.l. SAVE '30 On Model 20785 concern for finding solutions to the current energy.
.l.,..,--.-i.......MMMi.rin..i... MO$TAT-.u I in i *.___.-...... situation."The Federation dted several Florida
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--saw w.A-- .W ---wd..r.m d... Sam i..Above Without Key '
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*'w r"J 359 organizations and businesses Including Florida
4-WAVAMOWJCnONCOmROUBtaMiri... .
tectrto Start 380.09
mows ROTARY COMmSSOR., d..s -nm-.-...,...m.I..ia. Reg. Power& Light, for outstanding support of energy

.N Lm.d,lbI...rn/y..r.. -d...i.sd M-..e.e MM ,SAVE 30 21 "- Self Propelled Side Ba conservation measure_ ;
... -.----....- per
SOUND SIWPUIONPI9tON ::.= *
LM wt..-..../--.w' 1..w Big.Engine-fines!: Tip Start-Front Wheel .
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Model 16320 Re* '
Conditioning .? 289.98. '. '!
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Six Employers Honored .NAACP BanquetSix


per hanging by the well. We take
Starke employers were Judge to serve In the Eighth Judicial nothing out of this world, but we can
recognized Friday night at the annual Circuit since Reconstruction Days. leave memorials to help our young
awards banquet' the Bradford
.know and appreciate the
people
County' Branch of NAACP for their Judge Mickle urged the NAACP past." .
cooperation with the "equal opportunity" members and guests to create lasting "All men should be Judged by their
policy by the employment of memorials in the black community to character and not by the color of their
black personnel. in their guide the young people of today who skin,"Judge Mickle said. "Each time
establishments.The
must "carryon" In'the future. we strike out an injustice, we send out
six honored employers were "People like you must pass the torch, .I a ripple of hope"
The Florida Bank at Starke Suwannee but before passing It on you must use Carl D. Halle served as master of
River Economic Councli the of- it to light the way for those who -ceremonies and Mazella Smith gave
fice of Clerk of the Circuit Court, and follow," the speaker said. the welcome address. The musical
va a a r fh. three fast foods chains, McDonald', "A We enter the new decade of the program included vocal solos by Mrs.
.Hardee's. and Wendy's.. 80s we need more memorials to re- Zeporah Barber and Mrs. Cynthia
The featured speaker, Circuit mind us and our young people from Ross. Mrs. Elaine Lee presented the
Mickle whence we came," Judge Mickle awards.
Judge Stephan of Gainesville
aid, "memorials to things as they used -; Leo DeSue gave the opening
was Introduced by local 1 attorney J.J.- to be-such things as the old iron prayer, and Rev. A.J. Simmons pronounced
1 Wolbert, as the "first black circuit wash pot, lye soap, and the gourd dip- the benediction..
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Nat Stern e g, Merchant Entertainer,


At Awards Banquet... Second row III Dr. Wm. Lennon Bradford-Union Makes His Last Bow at Age of NinetyNat I
Guidance Clinic: J.E. Tomlinson, Florida Bank at Starke;
Front row from left: Elizabeth Walker.Bradford NAACP
Rev. Harper, First
George pastor United Methodist
I president; Esther Ellenon. receiving award for County Church;Circuit Judge Stephan Mlckle,main the After the weariness of
speaker managing a
Sternberg
Clerk's office; Lawrence Puhl manager Hardee'.; Mike a longtime residentand
Craven, manager Wendy's. banquet. merchant of Starke, died Sunday store during the Starke boom, the
night at his home in Daytona Beach, A Sternbergs decided it was time to sellout
shortly after his 90th birthday. t the store and "take life. easy" In

l the resort city of Daytona Beach.
'i Born in New York City on April 6, They moved there In 1947, purchasinga
: I-J''ItJj\O"I'\ ; ): 'I"\I'I\! \ ( ; 1890, Mr. Sternberg came to Starke small apartment house on the
U' : Ii ",i : around 1913 and established a beach, where they lived for ten years
\ :. .' ... clothing store which became a land- before completely retiring and mOVe
mark in Starke for the next 34 years.
.. ing to a home on Driftwood Avenue,

Always a showman at heart,"Nat," where Mrs. Sternberg died in 1968.
as he was known to a wide circle of .
Good for Evervone. : friends, early showed his talent for Nat divided his time between
entertainment by working up a song fishing and golf, and his activities in
and dance routine with a fellow the Daytona Rotary Club where he
employee in a law office where he served on the Sunshine Committee for
worked after NAT" SEZI.J 25 years. His talent as a story-teller,
briefly graduating from ; j
There are few problems that cannot be high school. Their vaudeville act especially his tales of his Uncle Louie,
resolved if all parties concerned get together played various theaters New York
with an open mind and a positive desire to get and nearby Jersey. Nat maintainedhis .1 1 1"v .1Art
the job done.It interest in the theatre throughouthis
life, staging many benefit perfor-
is encouraging to note that this attitude mances for various charities and
c7r1c
seems to prevail in regard to the proposed .t other good causes during his years in
Starke and later In Daytona Beach.
development of approximately 21 homesites x

south of Andrews Street in Knight's. Subdivi- After Nat's marriage to Gertrude
sion. Rosenberg and the birth of their first
child in New York, he decided that
The owner of the property, Longchamp "life on the road" wasn't the best fora
Homes, Inc. has agreed to pay $1,500 per lot if family man. A letter to his father, 4a

the city will do the work of installing sewer "" .;:.. already established in a general merchandise -

and.water lines"to serve the area. At the last j/ I brought forth business train fare in Gainesville for Nat and,

Council meeting Mayor-Commissioner Ver- his family to Florida. After his arrivalin
non Silcox asked Utilities Director Merrill ,':' ..I'.r'i the sunshine state he and the elder
..:. .,......_ ,
;;:; .
Dees to figure the job and see if the work could --- Sternberg began looking around for a
be done by the city within this price. At that site for a branch store, and the search

time Dees gave a "horseback opinion" that One Looks Good... decided brought was them the to"perfect Starke place.which"they ,' ..
the project would be feasible.

21 Would Look Better In those early years of getting ,
.b
The developer, who already has one at. established, Nat and "Gussie" gave ...
tractive house built and occupied on the site, dancing lessons to supplement the r .tI.Il' i" .. .. "
has said limited income from the .
that he would not require the lines to store, and
be run all at one time since he intended to get this money into the hands of those who they quickly adapted to life In a small
struct homes the lots in con- need it most-the families now. without ade- town, taking an active part in civic Nat leads male quartette in Rotary minstrel l in the 1940s.
on several stages. He
and social affairs, Nat soon became a
.
has also agreed to do the necessary street pav- quate housing.It member of the volunteetJ rt- 15.I41! descr ng.the Impact off'l"'b oj-ht"'I''t.' .nn?rlt.wr'.d'', !::;
ingf Jo city specifications at his own expense.. "1 will increase tlheJlixea Qjt Jncotaer,, aevdr'w founndation w calfl U'n tI\. new boom- ... ;orrtl! ..hgvgs. -.
*' Coming-at time received by the city from utilities/thus ri"L! '' ;. lost a' ) e. vii a" ,I LQy'1JLr! ; .... ? V1 .'.'1 Qt1.t a when'mortgage money the Council,and charter
on City was a
is available to prospective homeowners at 11 Vi ing the city's cash flow, in view of the tight member of the Starke Rotary Club, Described by the Post writer as "a Mr. Sternberg is survived by two .'
percent interest under the county's Housing budget and current costs that are escalating a member. of Morocco Temple cracker-barrel philosopher," Nat sons Dr. Sam Sternberg, Daytona
every month. t Shrine. said: "in these days of hustle and bustle Beach, and Maj.] Gen. Ben Sternberg,
,in this little old town or which a graduate of West Point, now
Authority, the development of these homesites .It will prevent the city from having to For many years the "Nat Sez'r column has suddenly come to life ours with one- residing in Hawaii; .two daughters
would have an obvious favorable impact on provide utilities and paved streets at some In The Telegraph was one of the hour parking signs and hot dog standson Ruth S. Scanlan of Lorain, Ohio, andLillian
the community. future date when costs will be much higher best read features in the paper; his every corner I know you good old S. Clsne, Urbana. Ill.; and a '
than advertising message sandwiched 'Bradford County farmers must feel half-brother, George Sternberg of
they are
now.
Among these benefits are: in between bits of homespun sort:of funny when you hit town. Well, Orlando.
.It will improve the general of philosophy. One of his"sayings" was you ain't by yourself, old friends.Here's Funeral services wilt be held at 2
.
It will help 21 new families obtain attrac- appearance featured in a Saturday Evening Poet .
a fellow who is In the same'Stand p m. today (Thursday) in Baggett A.
tive new homes in the moderate price bracket, the city by converting a now unsightly, story on Starke in its issue of March boat." Summers Funeral Home, Daytona.In .
located within undeveloped area into an area of attractive
conveniently the city limits.It .
homes on well-kept lots. VA MiA 16all. !
will help the county and city by
placingan
.It will help our merchants generally by
additional
$800,000 or more, on the taxable
property rolls. bringing new people into the community, and
from the fact that every dollar expended on

.It will provide employment for many who this project for labor, utilities, or building

might otherwise be out of jobs, and will! ease materials has a turnover of at least four timesin 0t .
the threat of recession, especially in the the local business community. s r fs + I r ri

building trades.It .
The advantages of this project are so
abundant and obvious that those who have a
will help the cooperating financial in- part in the decision-making process would do

stitutions, who are offering more than $6 well to keep these points in mind when the
million in low interest housing bond money, to time comes to vote.



. Election Year 'Biggie'


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The First Primary on September 9 might option when the time comes to vote. Judgingby i

seem somewhat distant at this time, but elec- the turnout at the polls-at least na;.

tions, like Christmas, have a habit of slippingup tionally-it seems that voters have become .
on us before we realize it. disillusioned with the whole voting process .t. z
and feel that they really do not have a clear- a

Election year 1980 is a "biggie"-the year cut choice. Bradford County, we are glad to America9
when all of the county's constitutional officers, say, still votes well above the state and na- Up for

members of the various tional averages, indicating that people here
and a number of com-
"
This mammoth "Old covered lower photo the "Strawberry Teens, junior
Glory" a good portion of square
missions and boards are up for election or re- still have an interest in how our local, state, the BUS football field In the: climax to Sunday's music dance group, swing their partners In a foot-lapping exhibi I
election. In addition to this, it is also a and national governments are run, even tion In the BUS stadium. Other groups appearing Included !
festival,
which benefitted the School Band
presidential election year with the usual though we may not always like the way that' fund drive by several hundred dollars.High uniform the BUS Marching Band EMS: Blind BUS Glee Club, Concert I
glamour and excitement provided by the na- those we put in office perform their duties. Chorus, and the Frampton! Family singers. I

tional political party conventions. Already, That is all the more reason we should vote
BUS
several aspirants for county office have an- next time. Advisory Comm.i
nounced, and more hats will be tossed into the soft Makes Summer Plans:;;

ring between now and July 8 when the actual Everyone who has not registered to vote is' The Bradford High School Advisory
qualifying period begins. urged to do so before the registration period Committee met Tuesday, May 27, In
ends on August 9. But the election process does the library, with Principal Jim Dun-

The important thing in all of this is that not end there. The job is only half done until can.Mr.. Duncan reported Im-
the voters have a choice of who will represent the actual vote is cast in the primaries of provements in the student locker.
September and the General' Election in rooms and showers.
them in office and that this
any they exercise
November. During the summer, additional Improvements
will be made Including
renovation of the locker rooms with
part of the money that was sent to


It is a one-time grant of money and
miliijf itl1.BOBG. the school board has authorized the
N NMiff architect to set up priorities on the
O needs of maintenance. i i


FERGUSON JOHN M.MLLERAK': .* FEATURES CROWDED OVT;

PubiifheriPunllihad Due to shortage of space: in

occll Thursday and entered M second pass Manor.the Post OHIco,...,....f la. under Act ol March 3. 1871SvMcrlption this Issue it was necessarY,, to

nt.hi trade. .....$1 Per Voor; IS Six MonthsPhen.1N .. I;, omit some feature columns
Outside' trade.,..SIO Per V..r:S4.SO III Months and letters from .readers
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Hampton Highlights awmm. uammmJtllM : ,...'" 'GJll&iiiiDlIDa, 'IlI! !!iIJllln! ollllElllI! .m Iiiiiiiia.Jpartlclpantl. ElllillliiiEliDm om
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.'. members waa rewritten to include all Peter Rabbit. Plopsy was acted by Julie ran the three lapa Frlese, Katrina Hill, JoAnn Home I
as Irons page I -- -. of her class. Shannon Hughes Amy Home played around the Mall in 29 minutes. 30 and Carolyn Slater.
:: "- Joyce Meng/ Jacksonville visitedtheir On Tuesday night the class Mopey. Melissa Byrd portrayed Cottontail seconds.: Daren WhItehead and Andrew -
9(11liar. Coupon Refund Club parents. Mr.. and Mn. Paul presented the play for their parental and Red Bird was Eddie Tlmmons assisted In conducting Zoo and Airport
M.Edith Smith invitee all Interested Meng, over the weekend. other relatives and Hawkins. Travis Kidd played Blue the races. Proceeds earned from the Mrs Noelle Silk's Kindergarten :
,
": All Francis grandparents
16.1 of the Meng
members
saving money to her horn Bird. The flowers were portrayed by race were donated to the American, class and Mrs. Jean Clark's tint
,::, on Saturday, May 31,at 2 p.m. Please family except Gerald visited over and the lrlThe cast of characters Included Lilly Hlnz, Angela D'Auguatlne and Bed Cross. graders visited the Santa Fe Zoo on I
e", bring along all the coupons and re weekend and enjoyed swimming Story Tellers: Father Goose was read. Marcie Carpenter. Marcie also drew May 22. enjoyed seeing all the
Jut: fund forms you do not plan to use and fishing.\ by Scott Williams; Mother Goose 1 by the cover picture for the programs us- School Trips animals Ting there.
exchange them with your neighbors. Sharon Forsyth.The Three Little Red ed that night. Second and Third Graders In Mn. They then visited the Gainesville
10 : Please call 468-2624 or 468-2S20 for Hampton Elementary School Riding Hoods were 1 by- Mra. Clark accompanied the Martha Smith's, Mrs. Debbie Airport and the Fire and Rescue Station -
"K. more Information Tomorrow, May 30, is the last day Janet Bunner, Aimee Hodges. and An- children on the piano, and their singIng Bigham'a, Mrs. Arlene Rich's and there. They were treated royally
UiBin of this school term. Post planning
drla Fenton. was Mn. Melanie Steldl's classes
delightful. enjoyed
and invited
.:. to have their lunches Inside -
Hampton LakeCondolence days for teachers are scheduled for Michael Starling played the Wolf. their trip to the.Jacksonville Zoo; on the airport ,
June 2 and 3.First Kim Shepherd was the mother. Red Cross Race for Life May 20.Besides. Accompanying the classes were
., Sincere sympathy Is extended to Grandmother was played l bye Mrs. Kathi Ledbetter seeing the animals,snakes Roger Rich Mrs. Ted Brown, Bette 1
Jrs. Anna Clayton and Mrs. Julie Graders EntertainOn Christina unner. The Hunters were education Instructor organ the birds and fish, the children enjoyedthe Brown, JoAnn Home, Annie
Byrd,
Jim;, GrVf'B' Graham and other relatives May It student in Mrs Jean Jody Hagemes, Wayne Kerachner Red Cross Race for Life contest heldat train ride and other rides there. Shellia Padgett,Nancl Starling, Inger
o" and friends on tile death or Alfonso Clark's first grade entertained the and Robbie Padgett.The Gainesville's Oaks Mall on May 24. They had a picnic lunch on the Campen, Essie Mae Brand, Margie
Taibi on May 2$. student body with their production Three Billy Goata were played, Wilson's Department Store was the grounds. McClellan and Beverly Padgett.
"The Three Little Red Riding by Bryan Archer, Henry Rhoden and sponsor Amy Williams, Brenda Cur- Parents who accompanied the Marjorie Wade was the bus driver I'
Little Hospitalized a patient Hoods". Mn. Clark explained.that Don,Rol erts. Scott Huntley acted as. tis and Julie Hall were among the. 72 group were Inger ,Campen, Jolene that day. '

Bradford CountypitaL We wish !
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As in most Jamborees there was a line to put Bradford up 8-7. General score.A 1"W VA
little bad and a little good as Bradford Linebacker Kevin Reddish picked 14 yard curl pass play helped Lee f
High's gridders took part as a visitorIn off a Wildcat pass into the middle with move to'' the nine, first and goal. A'r V W R '" .dr t y
the North Florida Conference's 17 seconds left and the Tornadoes ran Thomas Crowley busted up the gut of y
Spring Jamboree in Macclenny last out the clock without snapping the the Bradford defense for six yards to

week. ball. the three but BHS,'led by linebacker
The worst was a 21-0 court martialat Kevin Reddish twice stopped tries
the hands'of Jacksonville Lee's Nothing went right for BHS againstbig the middle before Cooper snuck up in
Generals, who ruled the Jamboree and confident Robert E.Lee. The from a half foot for the .
just as they're expected to rule the Generals managed just 15 yards on 11 Misfortune continued away for BHS score.arf, .._ __ __TO' _u.,
North Florida loop in the Fail But ground attempts but scored on a after a four downs and
things got better in the night's final blocked punt and a 28 yard run with a Lee's rangy Luther Middleton punt sequence blocked Goodge Keeps for 19 right side for 19 yards.Pictured throwing blocks are from
period as the Tornadoes again left fumble to make the outcome look bad. David Sparks punt into the endzone The Tornadoes biggest gain against burly JacksonvilleLee left to right. Bruce Rehberg (64)f Chuck Williams(83 stan I
Macclenny muttering something" akin Bradford accepted the kickoff and and chased the ball down for a 14-0 came on this first play from scrimmage as quarter- ding), Steve Carter (60 on ground), and William Shannon
to "wait 'til next time going 85 Goodge, who led BHS gainers with 52 Lee edge with 4:13 to go. back Bill Goodge ((10) jets through a gaping hole over the (72).
yards for a last-minute Bill GoodgeTD yards In nine carries in the two And there was more to come. With
and winning 8-7 on Mike Jordan's quarters promptly veered through a the ball at the 30 after Lee's kickoff an
two-point conversion burst.In gap In the right side for 19 yards on from
exchange to Goodge
center
other action Lee edged Stanton the first play from scrimmage.Unfortunately onto center Bruce Rehber popped Ts Christ
7-6, Englewood won shutouts over that was the last big hole back.up General noseguard Ricky possession before mishandling the
Paxon, 3-O, and Stanton 7-0 Fernan- BHS would find in the Lee defense.On Rukab grabbed the ball,
dina Beach nipped Bishop Kenny 7-6, third and eight Goodge was pulled and pounded 28 yards waiting into the endzoneto pigskin Without that catch Lee would have Lutheran Church
Kenny topped Paxon by the same 7-6 i down for a 13 yard loss and fumbled totaled only 29 yards in offense toBradford's
make It
20-0 with 3:17: to
Andy
count and Macclenny and Fernan- the ball away at the Tornado 34 to Lomox's third conversion play.kick made 19SCOTT, SUNDAY SCHOOL & BIBLE CLASS
dina played to a 0-0 standoff. Lee's Gary Bigham to set up the first the final 21-0. BHS again fumbled to 6 PM.
Macclenny primed to tag BHS witha Rukab on its last possession but the WORSHIP SERVICE 7PM.
loss even in preseason play,Jumpedout Generals mercifully chose to run out WHITEHEAD,
to a 7-0 lead in the eighth and last the clock on the Tornado four yard Keystone Lions Club
quarter of the Jamboree driving 65 Coaches line after a 32 yard pass play from BUILDER Keystone Heights Fla.
yards for the score. Spinning Johnny Cooper to William Carter who fell to Call
Belford and slashing Terry Givens House Plans Service 473-4177 9 to 5 p.m.
the ground without the ball at the 5.
BHS from their Corner"Overall 473.2007 After 5pm
ripped through
Referees ruled that Carter had Call 964-6512
halfback posts as the Wildcats made
the charge look easy.A I was pretty pleased. I
late hit penalty was tacked on to a know it sounds crazy when you
seven yard gainer by Belford to carry beat 21-0 and say you're pleased bust
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the hosts to the BHS 19 and on third we didn't play that badly besides ; I"t -
and 10 a counter trap play freed Vic fumbles and the blocked punt" Tor- r
Givens for 15 yards to the four. Two nado boss David Hurse said of last
plays later Terry Givens bolted in and weekend's jamboree "I told the kids
the conversion made it 7-0 with 8:30: not to worry about Lee (a 21-0 loss), t
that was a quarterback-center problem
left.The Tornadoes counterpunch' that we'll work out.We've got a 1 GO I y f.
with a last-possession offensive new center working there and the only ,; I Ir
their own just as they had done II. time you can work a new guy in Is t y
1978 to beat the 'Cats. Two penalties in the Spring." A
moved the ball back to the 15 after When told that Lee managed only 15
Macclenny's kickoff but that Just yards in 11 running attempts Hurse
served to highten the dramatics added, "See I didn't think they drove <
On third and 14 from the 16 Goodge the ball very far on us. And then that
scrambled free from tacklers for 13 long pass was a controversial play (a 71SAVE
stripes. BHS lined up to punt but Mac- bobbled pass ruled a caught rather
clenny was called for encroachementto than dropped) so we didn't give them
hand BHS a new set of downs. Jor much Y
dan's fumble was snatched up by "As far as Macclenny goes I was a WITH
Kenny Clark for a six yard gainer and little disappointed that they had sucha
Emmett Watkins squirted off left good drive on us but we got most ..
tackle for seven before an eight yard everybody in and we were pretty GENERIC t to
toss from Goodge to Clark cut Into pleased with what our tenth gradersdid llliOM: glob MM
Macclenny territory at the 47. against Macclenny," Hurse added FOODS -
On third and two from the 45 savoring yet another win over the
Goodge got three as Jordan caved in Wildcats. "I was real pleased with
the Wildcat defensive end.Two plays that drive.The offensive line fired out i
later the Bradford quarterback op- and our backs ran hard. That gave

tioned for 15 yards to the 27 and De- our young kids especially our young ... ... ,,..'II' .._ ...
wayne McBride veered left for six linemen, some confidence and i l' .. > ""'''", ,
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Sailing for Lee after BUS Miscue a. "' -"IOOC.NOO DiniNEHone !' i',
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VRainbow Marina of Brooker Won. Starke 16-12, Southbend Church of Bootleggers,before finally falling Graudon's and Whitehead aU hit.600 IM-.. S 1- a
the Hampton Volunteer Fire Depart- Lake City 20-6 and Macclenny's to Northside. for the winners, which stroked It at a Golden South C..t- 153115 aI.

ment's men'i Softball tourney at the Bootleggers 86. J.J. Wheeler of NuWaves grabbedthe .524 as a club. >. OrtHto....y5....,..T.._. 3.4.I.. -...... ._.->.

Lake Butler-Union County Recreation'Complex home run trophy with seven four Bradford High Senior Marian Putt- _O..5N TrMw M.CMMnn *4 M.tVMI 5..dy INS.I.. ...
last weekend. Northside had whipped Newberry baggers while Northside shortstop BGT of Starke was 3-2 in the man, disappointed three weeks ago "J.Hii4.mii s...
The Brooker team ripped Northside Bank 18-4 and First Methodist of Stuart Duncan carted off the MVP tourney beating Haves Electric 4-1. after failing to qualify for the state 'Nn/. M..k.dl.I I I I *
Church of Starke 31-11 In the rain- Starke 23-' before their first loss to award. Duncan batted .676 and as an Crews Building Supply of Lake Butler track meet made up for that with a Nigh.M.s lI.1 P P I l.
,delayed finals Monday night as Gary Rainbow,and came back with'loser's indication of his defense made seven 4-3 (with four runs in the bottom of the medal-winning second place showingat ........Mi5d1.I 01__. _.....On.........h

Melvin hit two homers ana Matt Hull, bracket wins over the Lawtey Mer- of the nine outs in the first three inn- seventh), and RMC by forflet while last weekend's" Golden South track MMkUrtal t-1.1.| Or.. Almrrjl ,.. 35. Chrll l..... .J.JtaH .
Dick Wheeler, Gene Melvin,and Tim- chants 18-4, BG'r 10-9, and NuWaves Ings of his team's win over Rainbow losing to Northside and the Bootleg1gers classic an Invitational meeting of r Ahrva l-.J..l.wlliwin >.1. I.....,-..
my Whitehead blasted roundtrlppers 15-12, to get to the finals. turning two douple plays by himself. 9.7.The some of the South's ..4 HM.MMH Dmnn...I.Mr>M....O ...01..*II.I .
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the only homer for the losers. Rain- Rainbow NuWaves fought back Melvin of Rainbow hit four home runs with a forfiet win and a 14-2 whippingof athletes. r q -.. ..- 15 I I
bow had split meetings with the through for the third place trophy with Hull Wheeler and Gene Melvinof Worthington Springs against losses Marian's fifth ?" ...._.. Loll. Cool'' 'm 0.M 1.1 s.tow, 1....

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10-4, lost 14-13)) earlier In the tourney. Boys of Raiford, 17-2, Southbend, all hitting three out. Gary Melvin bat- while Hayes beat Crews Building Supply up as the leader un-\ CMtan I..Mr,.,IMM...
The also beat, in order, Nu-Waves of 19-10, Newberry Bank, 215and, the ted .640 and Doug Brown .630 for 22-16 before falling to BGT and be til Dawn Scar Me.k-a.r.I I . 1Sw.5.p 10
Rainbow while Hull, Mark ing eliminated by Crews 8-4. borough of Fayette I / I 1. 5 I 1- IIthMtM
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Lounelte Richardson., B.S.. D.C. Lipton Tennis FinalizedStarke throw to take the M,MM I.iniill 1.415.

Dr. Wayne C. Kit Ion. D. (::;< Recreation Director Cheryl ed In the single elimination tourna top best prize.still edged Marian's out Marian

Godwin announced these finalized ment. Players must supply tennis Venice' Jane Arnell and Ribault's Women'sSoftball
rules for the Lipton Tea Mixed balls (preferably Penn yellow). Linda Behn, who both recorded 126-3
Keystone Chiropractic Clinic Doubles Tennis Tournament set for throws, for second. And, it opened the
June 26-29 in Starke: Summer Registration June 2 door for a possible college scholar

AI SR-21 :North Entry deadline is Monday, May 23, & ship. "I'm going to be talking to some The Domino's dumped Hampton
at 5:30: p.m. with cost $5 per entry. 3A reminder that registration for the coaches (college) this week said 17-1 and the Rowdies topped Bradford

keystone Shop Suite Register at the Old Armory Recrea- Starke Recreation Department'sSummer BHS girls track coach Grover Furniture's Saints 6-2 in Women's
tion Office from 8:30 a.m. to5:30 p.m. (details were In Howard. "I think Marian would be a League games last Thursday night.
Trophies will be given to the first and program Terri Parrish went 4-for-4 with a
last week s paper) is Monday and steal for somebody."She
Phone 473-3604 advancing teams with the winners. Tuesday,June 2 and 3, at the Recreation had four of her six longest home run and Kathy Whitehead and
to a sectional tournament. Department office in the Old Ar- throws of the year down there,"a proud Sheryl Jackson added three hit in the
Itous r- 9 ".m. I ;'.III :J'I.I1I.- tip.Yri.Aon. ; Eligibility: Only Bradford County mory. Howard added. "I was really happy Domino's win. The Rowdies were led

residents,and amatuers who have not for her.First she missed qualify- by Ruanita Reed, who went 3-for-S.
.. Tuen.. UW. d Fri. been nationally ranked In the last ing for the state meet. and she had and their defense,which shut down all
three years are eligible. Spencer Tracy was the only been battling poor form all week longin but the Saints Karen Macey and Sara
9 a. m -1. p. in. Thurxdaijx Tournament Rules: Play will consist actor to win two Oscars In a practice. I've got to give her a lot of Matron!, who both had three hits
of two out of three sets with a row-for Captain Courageous credit for not panicking and hangingin Th..d.y....,,I
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Softball NuWaves 9-8 in an extra-inning
thriller Tuesday night to move its
Red-hot Church of God shut out second league mark to 14-U

place Kingsley Lake Baptist 3-0 Down 7-3 NuWaves poured across
last week to stretch its winning stringto five runs in the top of the seventh t to
eight games and set up a showdownwith take an 8-7 lead but Starke Truck
ricesEVERYTHING league leader Northside Baptist with in their
y responded a tieing run
? i v tonight, Thursday May 29. half :of the seventh and won in the
The two hottest teams in the men'schurch
WE SELL 18 eight when Larry Mercer singled in
loop get together at 7:30 p.mat Ricky Bennett.
to MONEYBACK Westside Field tonight. Church of Randall McGee homered and doubled -
God enters the fray with a 9-4 mark in the win while for NuWaves J.J.

: II after pitcher Bo Harrison checked Wheeler was 3-for-4 with a triple Bill
usually hard-hitting Kingsley on five Ratliff doubled twice, Jerry Blalockwas
ber. hits while Mark Mosely and Fairland 4-for-4, and Steve Cox 2-for-2.
m e GUARANTEE McClelland went two for three for the Starke Truck also bested BGT 8.3

winners. Harvey Smith's triple last week as Tommy Wise went 4-for-4
f ul'' knocked in the winning run. with a double and Danny McKinneyand
rb oe' Northside is out to protect a 12-1 Ricky Bennett were 3for4.In .
day mark after handling First Methodist other action LWCI: topped Con-
17-2 last week with Chris Lawson going tinental Connectors 22-6 as R Gay leda
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triples, Leroy Ennis and K. Mott both .. I..Br.. .
SHOULDERSTEAKS $188 went three for, three, and Doug ....*.tnuln I.nd.ll McO.1 1 HI...w...M.....
GROUNDL_ Crawford had two doubles in the win. 1.815. Dvirir MtftlriMV,, I..)I.. Hick, *.........
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SAVE 60.ALB Boys built up a 9-2 lead and held on to IWCIi I....,...M I.DavU..4 35 ft...T.Clark 3.4
4& PAI'ITRYPRIDE. beat Brooker 11-10 as Kenny Davis _35'..i.Own...M.frjltl...I..Wry LM I.4II I.
BEEF was 3-for-4 with a double and both .WllM.C.MMril.11.35.
i VEGETABLE OIL Blaine !and Grant Williams went M. CmUt '-I. ........1.1 15 f O Cans
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LB 21-12 as Glenn Gnann stroked four half''champ Lawtey Bate

SAVE 40' ALB 1 ON ANY COUNTY hits. Including three doubles, and started off right where it left off as the

I LINE CHEESE ITEM John Denmark was 3-for-4 with an second half opened toppm:>Oie
liD. 1 Inslde-th -park homer. Pine Level Braves 8-6 Tuesday, May 20. -
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t tnfrsh! (C""OPPlI'Iso.t."" .2189. ";; L= ':i.m.1: : :.:I.'J.m: :: Wd" I .Case going S-for-5 with three doublesand ners.
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'A'" t..,. 11.5'!'Go-.CIO: wa5r W '. .'' \ i a 8ge WISE )RIDGIE8 frames and ,winning 4-3 as Steve
FYNE'TASTB' ...:. ..13* ] "A'ub Rolls. .75 Acaa POTATO CHIPS Henkle singled In Les Boone in the Phillies and Lawtey Suns picked -
up quick wins as the second half of
Ml/I IV. I3M"'G.MIMT ". 7.501 TWIN PACK seventh. Boone had tripled.
Franks rvne TASTE ..... Ho*.j LIMIT-, PER FAMILY the Dixie Youth Minor League season
v{ '''-.''IJo.a "' 0.pAmii nuot' MIA: [ JMi T_.....IP got underway.The .
;ur -ranks..O' v 'Z 5 5AVI HnrtM.rli.4lrt. I I I I 4 r It Suns bombarded the Indians
MJCU F.r .. "' Nn.Iy/1N 5 1 1 8 11I. 27-8 Robert cracked three
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r j Cooked: Hanr,.>..,.,-,*-. -TMJVC iI'"f 11' }ICED lg'3.99.4'; '''run' PAlvreK'''IDeaa' rA4. r .....W JtaMMrJMi mi a'..OtefM. Irlw OfWM nmm 4Hir I I. flfety s'..MMtarl J*>fcOrtrwttfi i.>. triples and two doubles to lead a 20 hit

.* JO" ,...MUk MHTrtV TOM axta OLD SPICE .PKV MKIWII. OH CUM* Assorted Sodas 'f i1s KM...MPlm attack. The Phillies edged the Indians
nm' inpilrH J.Miwra 4>*tw.II.I.>..O.MMMI Robbie McRae had double
Lunch Meat (sPiclas:; ?M.1:? APTER SHAVELOTION 74oz Pitcher :' ..!e9'' dur1C"Do3f Dill &JWelfHF s'.._."'_.......OftOT!..... and 14-9 as two singles and David a Barnes
awaaa.3MNou'e t;. 'fWI1n'Y..n".OII..c.'LDllIIIr.' S .' .. '. _S.NN I 1 I 4
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Hygrade ...>- 4 PI..Ii I S.PI 3 1 I 0-1
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&=iDmlElE IIIIIIIUmlll1l.' --- LEGALS 1811- -_. ..... I I.. 1 1 ... I II I

IN THE CIRCUIT WITNESS my hand and '\..' iNoncf OP V; 'f ', with the local Cavern- Tot CLIFTON, '. A.SROOsIM. '

OURT EIGHTH olol this Court thl.9th MOIICIcI'. :"iI,' INTENTION ,Ir" r mint. Comprehensive S IL. Addres. Card of Thanks .
UDICIAL CIRCUIT INUNO day of May Gilbert S. Brown, 'AsClerk INTENTION TO REGISTER Planning Act of 197S a* .UrAeaewII

FOR BRADFORD GILBERT .. BROWN, of the Court Mrs TOPJ60MTSR] FICTITIOUS : .provided" for .to Chapter YOU AM ".Ia"

'fcOUNTY, FLORIDA.Ivll CLERK OP 'THE -COURT Marian Mace ,Deputy' FICTITIOUS ,NAME 163 .f''the Florida NOttPIMB mat an action Our heartfelt thanks to all who ex-

Action COM No. 'Yi Tanya Hodges. Clerk. NAMe S- ft ......... ten fallow-. tended comforting! sympathy and

0.202. .6/3.Deputy; Clerk.3/13 4tehg 3/6 4tcbg S/39. Portent tat Section Putnam to Section payer TO: All and ClrUens.. ..... _In. :.Ing. =. l. Bradford. in our recent sorrow. For help the

B60.09. Florida. Statute, 663.09, Florida Statute. tsrsitsd beautiful service floral offerings, and
A I. COPELAND. Plain. IN THE CIRCUIT ssrssns: 17. LAME HAM*.
I Lot
wake
isIerab0 givess
notice la .
hereby other kindnesses
giventhattlwundarstenodJa. You and. each .. we are deeply
Itlfl. NORMAN H.CORILEW youare
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vs COURT, EIGHTH thet the underslenedFrance TON OAKS, a avWivh'aloe
and JOYCE I. COR. NOTICEI JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN |dj0jk. MO WCsMNlBttfl BtStarke. ., S. Clemens. hereby and .herewith, -.leal .In Nat grateful.

]LEW, Defendants. I will not be responsible' 'AND FOR BRADFORD .1.. .... Lucille. A. Doe... c:.- given nottso In acce Beak. :3. pogo 41. pwMcrecerste GRANDFATHEROur

for any debts made. by COUNTY FLORIDA. business wNfar. 4= owners Stark. Fla.. 'dance with Florida of Bradford. Grandfather was a man
NOTICE OF Cheri Mobley.SignedSteve. name ef THE SHUTTER- MM: doing business stehirs that the Tewn County. fItor...... tying; So kind and true

SUIT C.Mobley Civil Action Case No. BUG. 44M V*. Mdtssn under II.......ns.of C Council Florida. will ef conduct. ..... an.. being In Boom". 26.TowwdMp He helped u* when we were down

PROPERTYTO 5/22 2tpd 3129 80200. Street, Store*. Flat.., a M ANSWERING 88*. a' 7 South Rerya Ha also lead throughA
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earl_ FAYE E. SUMMER; Peti 32091. Intends VICE, 234 B N. Temple public hearing a 21 now.h.t .
: Joyce t. 599 to register. > '
man laved cherished and .liked. .
held we
Avenue "H" 'S.E. #4, tioner/Wife VS THOMAS .aid flctltlea name Ave., ........ Fie. 33OW.provlslen regular meeting at been liked.. .......' .
7:30 ot Town Hall.. A man that could take
Winter Haven Florida EDWARD IUNNEI.R..pondentHu.banel under .the previsions ai Intends to register. edfictittew p.m. yew, Clifton. Breaker.Sr. a punchBut
Breaker, Florida June didn't bite
and Norman H. Corlew, IN THE CIRCUIT efore.el _. roan under Me on ..and yesiara foajuiraala
10 1900 and will A all knew
consider man we
Address Unknown. COURT. EIGHTH Joe Sopa, ewnsr. of ofereeoMIDoted of your
YOU ARE HEREBY JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN NOTICEOF Date IMeBth. day of statute. an Ordinance written dales, If any. A man so worm and so true

NOTIFIED that an actionto AND FOR BRADFORD SUIT May A.D. I9M .In Bradford this 11 day of relating Ie: ,to I* an the ptairrtdfs at- A man that we'll miss In coming yearsA

foreclose a mortgageon COUNTY FLORIDA., NO PROPERTYTO County: S/BJ 4tpd May. A.D. 19BO .In Seed Amend. the .0..ow wiles none end death wo will grieve
the following dKrlb Civil' Action Case No. : Thomas Edward Sure S/29. lard C...." SBWed Comprehensive. Land. .w.-. .la Efeerea ... But w.'II shed no-tear

.d property In Bradford .80-183. nero c/a Sue Turner, 243 S/29. Use Plan to provide. that Piano ....1... P.O. If* a happy occasion lor him yovsee
Marion. lends currently classified. Brewer 1086) .......
County Florida: IN RE: THE MARRIAGEOF Avenue, Akron For-he-ls-golna-to-be with our Lard. .
That portion of North HENRY CHARLES Ohio 44312. PVMUC NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT Rural. Residential. endproperty Florida. 3081, and Hloam As-wefl-os-you-and'me, 'rn.

34J feet of the NE % ol HART. Hu.band'and YOU ARE HEREBY The Bradford County COURT EIGHTH dslgne, ed. grown, the chi...... with the So long Granddad loveto-say .

the SE !Vt that !lies! Westof BOBBIE G. HART Wile NOTIFIED that .n action School Board. )Brake, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN of LEONARD. M. Clerk of she above styled Someday-we'll be on-yeur way.
BOOTH described
Seaboard Airline dissolution of mar Flarlde.will heM a Public! AND FOR BOADFOM as Cases on or .*... June David

Railway right of way and NOTICE rlage hoe been filed Hearing en ProposedRule COUNTY. FLOR4 A. follows: 23. 1988,1amadw; a 3-19-80
LOTS Three ((3)). Four
that portion ol the North OF ACTION against you and you are M23O. District Procedure ((4)), Five ((5)), and Six ((6)) lusiaamont may bama The Lloyd Poogett Family
345 feet ol the NE % ol required to serve a copy far Eaceatlenal Civil Action C- .... .webs. V- tar
of defer .. of Block. Two ((2)), Unit Ike. rebef. ..... .... .
se Vt that lies East ol TO: BOBBIE G. HART. your written )***. 5t"I"I.Education. far $ .197. One ((1)) ef Corllatta .n. In
Slot Road No. 200 (also Address Unknown If any to It on the plain on June 2, IN HE: THE MARRIAOI Subdivision. recordedIn complaint ar path _
known ai U.S. Rood No. YOU ARI HEREBY till' attorney whose 19wTar-V ,..... In the OF PAULA MARIE a* Man.
name and address i 1 I' 'School Board Ream ol DOOUN- Peti Plat book, pee 14. WITNESS my hand and. CASE NO. ".455. 330 foot East of
301)Township) In 6 Section South 3. for NOTIFIED dissolution that an action George H. Pierce. '..0.Drow.r the Bradford CsvntvSchool's tioner/Wile and DAVID Public' Record of ...... the. seal. of this. Court enMay ARTELIA W. DALE ,Southwest corner of
Range ol
marriage lord County Florida all CLIFFORD MATHESON SW% of SI4! of
NWM!
1030' Stark. Administrative BLANCHARD POOL, la, 180.wllfcBirl .
22, East except right of has been filed and lying and .being In Section and ETHEL KIRCHGASIER North
Florida 32091. and file Offices, SB2 North Temple Rospondent/Husband. si. Grown' sWClark 660 loot. West 330
ways. you are required to 17. Township 7 Plaintiff, vs. loot North 660 feet
to
hoe been filed the original' with .the Avenue, Starke, of the Court. By:
and againstyou serve a copy of your' Clerk. of the above styled" Florida.. NOTICE South, lunge 20 Lest ........ M. ......,. Repw. PEGGY. BARNETT, Defendant. Point of Beginning.-
you ore requiredto written defenses If any. Court on or before June ol thl.e4R"62JO .OF ACTIONTO You ara further givers ty Clark.. cept parcels recorded In
serve a copy'of yourwrltt.n to It. on petitioners attorney Copies propos NOTICE thet of NOTICE OF Official Record
otherwise a espy ,1/. Book 6,
16 1980, f'dIiI6I12.
: ojudgement be ok.Nlned -
defenses, If whose and mew
any name : DAVID BLANCHARD sold prepeeed ORDINANCE SALEM Page 265, Official Record
to It on J.J. Wolbert. Jr"Plaintiff' address I I. J. J.WOLIERT. may" 1 from .the lupetntandem. -
entered for DOOLIN. Address I Ia available. foryour PARTITIONNotice Book 12. Page 938 Official .
attorney JR., P. O. Box against you Office at 52 NOTICE
I I.
the relief demanded In Unknown Inspection ot the hereby given Record Book 23.
whole address !I. P.O. 1086. Stork., Florida North Temple Avenue Office of the Town Clerk. The City of Hampton that the undersigned as Page S9>,Official Record
the complaint or petition. S...... .........
Box 1086. Stark. Florida 32091 on or before June YOU 'ARE HERESY Town Hall. Breaker. will receive and spin Commissioner herein, Book 26. Page 395 485.
32041 on or before June 12 1980 and tile the This I I. In compliance. bid ska -
WITNESS hand end NOTIFIED met en action Florida. an peaI"IIIIf under and by virtue of Official Record Book 29
'12. 1980 and Hie the original with the Clerk ol of my with Florida Statutes, for dissolution of marriage Each and every .person Wo.er.tor.. the Court' ardor Page 9O7, Official Record
the seal this Court
original/ with the Clerk of this Court either before en Chapter 73-310. as hoe been Iliad. ) having any Interest .holding. at .least a Closa"C" entered In the above Book 31. Pogo 468. Official .
9, 1980. :' '
May enacted ... 1974
this Court either belore service on Petitioner' Gilbert, Brown.. A* by Spot rof you and you are whatever In tha enactment spsratore license, to cause directing sale of Record Book 43.
service on Plaintiff's attorney attorney or Immediately Clark'of the Court Florida legislature. required re serve a copy of this proposed' conduct operetlan.rartslo the property hereinafter Page 175, Official Record
or Immediately thereafter; otherwise a By: ,Thomas" .' Casey. Jr.. of your written del erne. ORDINANCE should appear ........ and. submit. touired described, will offer for Book 42. Page 144. Official

thereafter, otherwise a judgment will be entered Tanya Clerk Hodges"',,.Deputy" Superintendent of If any. to It, an PAULA and be''heard at the _. .. State of sale, and sell at public Record Book 71,

default will be entered for the relief demanded. ..":, S/1S 4tehg 6/3..s .School.. MARIE DOOLIN ,..1. ,time and .place prescrlb-' Florida Deportment of auction to the highest Page 206, Official Record
against you and a |udg- .In the petition. 3/2226chg 1129. loner, whose address'le ,.d Environmental ReguleHon. and best bidder for cashat Book 74. Page 153-3. and

ment will be entered for WITNESS my hand and 740 North Church TOWN COUNCIL. far the Hampton the East Door of the Official Record Book 91,

the relief demanded in the seal I of this Court on > Ita...., Florida' 32091 en TOWN OF BROOKER. Municipal Water System. Bradford County Courthouse Page 131 and 136.

the Complaint. Moot 6. 1980. l or before June 24 19BO FLORIDA. Bids should. be'based enen In Storko, The above described

and file .the original with Itchg S/29. hourly rate and must Florida on Jun. 10. 1910 properly together with

Estatl the Clerk of this Court ba accompanied. by a at 1:00: p.m., the follow all of the tenements,
falph Bryan Real either before service on resume of educationand ing described, property. hereditaments and appurtenance

'Ju lnutr Petitioner or Immediately expr'-. All bide. situate, lying and beingIn thereunto
n .iI;. 3IOW.CtW/Sr. thereafter: otherwisea IN THE CIRCUIT must be received at Bradford County, belonging or in anywise

Reg.Real Estate BrakiIMW.Celltt.' .' CM default will be entered COURT. EIGHTH Hampton City Hall or Florida lo-wlt: appertaining will be sold
(Cor. US 301 St.) .
against you for the relief JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF P.O. Box 2SO Hampton. Begin at the Northwest at said sol. Inpurauanca

11 .' 964-979; ANYTIME demanded. in the complaint FLORIDA IN AND FOR no later then 7:30: p..... corner of the 51'/. of said order.
+ .Ii....., or petition. BRADFORD COUNTY" Tuesday Juno 10. 1980. of NWV. Section 17, DATED at Starke,

ea .944-5327 BRADFORD COUNTY MAl MORTVAOE MONEY 1 1 1 I WITNESS my hand and FLORIDA. All bid. will be opened. Township 6 South Range Bradford County
SUIT n AIN'T eo-LAST POIIIVBlI I the seal I of this Court an et the regular Hampton 22 East and run East Florida, this 27th day of

May 6, 1950.Gilberts.. CIVIL ACTION Case No. City Council meeting] en 779.5 feet Southerly and May. 1980.
Special 1 1.B.autlful' MOMESi Brown As 79-153. Tuesday, June 10 1980. parallel to Highway 16 Irene Faulkner

Flrsf"trma IDEAL FOR, A TREE HOLM 4 M Clerk of the Court. By: LONGCHAMP HOMES TIle council' reserves the 680 feet East 264 loot, Cecelia Terwillegar
lot CLub. CHf.DIIN-INCLUDING
corner at Country1'. on -
South on right ol to W.
way Roberts Jr.
George
right la and ,
Seulah M. Moody Deputy INC. A Florida coffpBfCsVtlan. Hyatt. any all
market. 1 BA"-Brlck Veneer.... Roes with *
a point 138.67 loot. Pierce a P.A.
CIe.... Plaintiff. bids. All bidders era reine Hardy ,
2 Trailer Parks. fireplace CHS.A-Deuble ......-oa IBSiXSO let South line of
SIB 4tchg 5/29. VS ....... .. M preoent lit .Northof George H. Pierce, P.O.Orow.r .
01 trailer park 11 trailer Approx.; 6 acres.; Fenced 197,7M. ) MICHAEL BACH AND opening of the bids Section. West 1030. Starke,

01 trailer park, 11 trailers, 2 BR frame house, barn opprox. -' '. NOTICE OF APPLICATION HELEN D. BACH his Ted Curtis. Jr., Mayor. 308.75 feet North 132 Florida 32091 Attorney

22 acres, fenced pastureland.. LARGE down pay COUNTRY LIVING em I Acres-......' with BriskTrhnCiUXA FOR AMENDMENTOf wife, and CARLOUt City of -.... foot West 330 feet. South for Plaintiffs.

ment. Owner will finance / /, .1.f't -17t *e,.|
*j, ...I 1 *fJIi II b irl-i. jjoArP-_E.FIr14kIWk.w-lg. LS with /studs TOWN OF BROOKER. his wife et el.,

02 BR unfurnished hous.M7" "'. .,'... nrepface-rW/W a77, corpeverw neat B S4...*owner__ FLORIDA.An I Delendcont.

0'I unfurnished apartmant.' ORDINANCE__ IN TIM CIRCUIT
01 NOTICEOF COURT EIONTM
the
04 2'At Ba Home. ding ComprehenalveL.
BR. ,
03 BR LAKE HOUSE Furnished Feb. ..: [ MUST SEE this Brick Veneer -3 BR-1 Be-LR-..... ..... Use Plan Element SUITPROPERTY JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
May.
o COMMERCIAL: PROPERTY with fireplace. -CH'A-Clessd ......-........ and map by Breaker. AND FOR BRADFORD.
Florida. In occordencePhsnoa64770O COUNTY PLORWA.'
1 warehouse on US 301. Air conditioned off less. Great
NINE ACRES 3 BR I Se-Freme Msma-Lee M- Lee Kitchen ..
location. -- --- --- ------ -- -- -- --- c r
penal wall -.seler bet water ........ ....***. I :
I Tackle and Bait business., Largo Inventory.One .

block in downtown Starke. |just waiting for the 00 ,1 :
city ROOM FOR CHICKENS-NORSE-Like eew-Slue. ,;;
business. Great opportunity for downtown mall/ ..1 RE-ALTY
right Stu.-co/Fromm-Life LE with Hraptaes-1 BR I Beth-_...,
1 largo warehouse approx. 6.000 sq. ft.. Needs. roof and saving features. -Mo,*** .loshids Trotter t Wok.--. .

.pair*. He floor and INVESTORS landing DREAM walls. ; ;, ( REAL ESTATEREALTOR. ) '.- 11 PHONE ""

PRIVATE BACK YARD ARDEN. ABBA- C .ifs.leble SBR CECILIA 94-7776
Will For Itself
'Income Property Pay X BA-Sleek-.....- R.em--Clsssd ..*...-Extra TMWIIUCAR 205 N. Temple Stark
) 4
0'I small special rental
apartment complex. Handyman's Storage CM*)-Inside. utility. --Bongo a .... AM*t4*... .. ."_.. ..
units possibly 5.
WE'RE PEOPLE TOUCH WITH PEOPLELet
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I mail frame house.
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STRAWBERRY ACRES-la* 2-Stery-4 or S HI4 help dreams' .become realities. let
Residents 4opartm.n" u* your ..Ipe us
I large from. house. Need repair or
4 BA Beth-en 14 acres-lensed resisaesd-CsM: mere .to a reajalersmhip eeSsctlvewesbor.i kelp with your financing- BONO PtOCRAM. VA. FHA.
((4 BR )
0'I 2 BR frame house. Apartment on side. Zoned cones Info"'l8t1.. ( mark which may be ass only by real. eelaU ....
'H....... who are members of the NATIONAL

m.relal. NEW LISTINGS CROSBY LAKE-2 BR I Seek Freme--'4 feet an water wish n.... iI.alM1'f ASSOCIATION OF BEALTOftn aaa MIllIe,.*, loIU SPECIAL
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Block building on 301 North. Great business location. M ft. dock SM.BOB. Strict Cod of Etaic
02 each sloe brick land- *n .. vtHfot; Lake Geneva
I Ba
BR LR Kit., on duplex .
scoped yard WALKING DISTANCE TO TOWN-X M 1 BA-Blesk aa ./ .(...owner "/"."C.J.

03' BR I Ba Greenhouse, Zoned Commercial: .large let.-426.BOO. 398 M.Temple Avenue = EH F ""' In this, ar.ml

02' Apartments Downstairs, 3 BR, 2 Ba Upstairs, Living PPlULKH_'W.
Quarter Rent will help pay mortgage. FENCED YARD-CLOSE IN -Blesk..1 BR 1 Ba-UB.BM. STILL HAVE PROPERTY REALTOR
Please call u* to list your property. NOT AT INFLATE RSflLTY. iie4-O.. Sampson 1.1r. 100 on

John. CleverReg. 1lAMl'T0H-IN TOWN-SAVE e.u- BR frame onIDOxIM PaJCESII' "1.,, brick name owner

Real Estate Broker let .".....

Lu Green Sander' Associate c-: use se f. .lend.
LAWTEY-Mandynun Epeclel-. 3 BR 1 BA EraM Let IX allow ...... end. '..wbattles.
81 Lsdeyas.II.Aui efaMWh....... PREFERRED HOMES
208-ewnsw fineeeed-|I*..... .
*4 BR Brick A Cyp....... ARd.12.U.usv.$76,000..
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LOTS 4 ACREAGENEW 3 BR-X .....- ...... *3 BR 3 B Edward Rd. Has everything,-S69 900.

USTINO-LAWTEV-RO S2S at fM SBCA-3 Aero ;yerd...... ... ..$17.... PEA1t_0:0: w11E WaEE *3 BR:3 B 16 ACRES Brewnlee Rd.Cattla-"' .S64.SOO.
f HMwra eon yes Had a B M hear .wltk S beevMM *3 BR 2 B Ranch CHBA 12: A for garden. Rd. 22S-S63.SOO.
/a4dOli.c with ever"' on M XM lowed "' 1...""-...*...
<'IS..41 Ac. Hoe funteg* ee 3 aero of fend for......*. tent IBM 1 *New.colonial orb, Mick Ig.lemlly room I A.SS2.8OO.

RD 22S-A-2 Acre -BE...*........ ,.........,. ... ..$I3.706XwMh : *1308 Pratt 3 BR :X B CHS. FR. dkl. gar S44.000.

Realtor Throe bedroom .....seals t of......MAKE OP- *718 Laura St. Completely .._..ellH.rem. $47,100.
LAWTEY-'sore. *Eastwood Drive. 3 BR:2 B convenient. $ .
Office 782-3931 Kernel 7824896 US 301 IS no-BeauMfol'aeks. -CHy ,-pod i 0 p1 no0- .PER. -eo.y. .
wear E sidewalks. ".... par A--terms.ROLUNO ends flaw. *e sever 7% *Neat :2 BR I B off Rd. 12S with 6 ACRES $32.000.
I 03 BR- 2 BA- Cent.H/A I'" ecres of .land with $ ...CB house RROUC8O NOne *:21S N. I..wev..hly. pointed, Mf lot. 31000.

Financing Specialists. Blk. s.re'Gu tAll HILLS- (E-wHwy)) I ere t ea-fS.M*A up -.1. SI4.MO.M. *Lake, St. Ocala Blk-shnvbs. _OwIl.fI". '27."' .

[ FHA A VA'_ House 2.60Ae., Only 10% down-S yrs et 18% le*. 48)) acre L_,. *Home off Rd. 12*. :S ACRES-bom-fenced. $24.900.

gram_ 67900. owners need to ..... of kind, S 8jR, 3a. c... ... ttevse.sills< '*431 Center St. 3 BR I S.Welk everywhere. 123."' .

ConventionalLasnsPmNA FOREST MOTS. Restricted Vt. aero late$$.***t up. wider .over./ horse patent wills many ex.tree. *620 W.Adklns' M. brick fenced, carport SIs.SOO.7SO .
[ Old Homestead. Hwy 3% or 7%. as rat.Thl BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
3'.1. 16% dawn,- swear
I Bond PregrenIflnenclng -0_ 22SW. B Ac. Beautiful .Vs wires W. "" 1_ former Mobil
NORTH OF LAWTEV .Si,86-Iecres toMl. eta S21.0OO.
s'epetway
shade tree. $...000. -$ .GI>>-:28% Oeurn-I yrs. M W% ......*.. ,(01 you sksuld sod Owe etary frame home aa .4ia s. Walnut, New .large, werebevse- 2.EOO.
Creative Financing.. alto 1W* waft ot .bEsTttial most .EEsVoMVj sfttEMIMs.S36.800.SO. Greet
property across from Holiday Inn-Own.Fln.

.I Ac. + .. Hwy. 301 RD. X2SA-4.2 acre.13.... Term*. --.t ...... .... .404 N. Cherry X ....., nicely fur,. pts.. Own. II...

NEW LISTING Septkt Swell' $4.800.. Stora A Apt, en 301-good petentiel-owner "...
.. Vends ,. OHM. ...... COMMOSCALwe
Hwy. 16 W. 3 BR of Aa. with Stacked Pond' FORSVTH RO.-M _bom well esgfencing ... eI... .... Pbsna. 9646476.Pserl .bows ..nral B mw. I. ..hs.f.l. ....... ...isbr .7000 sq. ft. CB .eld*, en Rd. I6E Owner fin.Hamecemme .

Frame 2 AC. -.Ponced-. only $12.00.: '. $33.800. I : willeut ..........., .) a cetlege en Meslien St. Owner h...
...... 964-7.
30000. .$lot me. Income'- .fura. reetols,-Cell a ley M.OOO.
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14Ac.$91,000-10; % US 301-N Secluded 10 owes. plnss-m.@W a 3V WATEsWBJBINT *>Large apt. simplex ee .1..." cash flew.ewn.Na.

.3 BR-Promo-'/*.Ac.-II Dn.-|| Vr.-Only fl63." $14._ forme. New I* a good .... M busy. thee sake. kst that yawOfftoe ACXEAGC
W" r.--..... mnowmw.baonw..... .......
I Ilk. from I''.. Scheel, Per. Me. :.
*17 prime acre ea Rd. 16 .........1... Lake Hamptonwltk
.2.._. US 301 at MORGAN RO. $6 lures,_ 1348 ft., am$01gees __, eo.TItnII... '
clO 1.-1. Country be me en $.47 1080 reed. Ironleasj. .u"$ ,_en sans.s .
back
to RR tN.BIIIIIII
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14 BR In Country p..ture-F..e4 $1.000 et 8'/i% I.... acres eN M M9A. S BR. X AoCBaMaWe .hcc
yrt BA with. ... .... *S6 >rlme acres-M mile en milk" 44V Rd.
| Hwy. I2SW. Only $27.000. yP. Ac. and dag.He ..,. hoesm w one hip .. GI wed.sumo an
; --. Large riisnediir w11A eaN.O tones. IOO-$3071 an acre-M% d.wn. .-owner WIN. fI_.
"The best investment an earth I* me earth Inert"' 316. ACRES-HAMPTON AREA SI,... pee dew ..... sssse

... .Trail Motel. I II CALL US AT N>.870-ANOTbml--. I -- : 2.6 .. ... .. -
301 .... lawtey I r. ... acre .. _O "- $.,100.

Ana W........Associate 1/WIt....96MX23 DIAY 011N.NT I I' Per ids saw 4H-J164 We Are sewed sand. homes"*. Vbis town '*20 prime some 301 N.rollread.$4.6O8. ....*...._.fin.

I wIit god >, *13 acres SOI A Merge Rd. Owner finance $",000.

MANY MANY OTHBRSIDONTT 'E--.A *..14....* OrMfto Le p-Hmk.r-_ fin '10."' .
FOR SALEl Lovely 3BR. ; BE SORRY YOU BNOWT CALL __ALl ..
...T.LOVORNROBERTS *$ $ sires. near Prasbyt. Church a fisrpftsl..nuts offer.
2 ..... CB house I,
'I". b.6o w hems beusa lesates. LOTS FOR IN VESTM NT '

,with control. .heat ......,.-Friday; t'lp.isk:, Seurday9.l3: ........1.... ap.r ..... 'Let 41 Sutler. Caur ...... I.I $....
owoor new .
and.air, garden spot ........... ........by.pp.lwsw.ws money
e| aero. ..... ....... eJe*., puma .......utllAld..$.... ..
and. lots of trees and ipeee
; : far rant. .7 Trailer soft I....... Rd., 28% ..... par acre 86,500.o110'aIM .
,a .creekon, 6M, : .... .Bry.w.Er.tor'Ev
aemmerclel 301 .Owner fin. ..
on 113. *.
acre, alee ha septic .. .age Flo"fit moeseennewt&seek.s Amedw .... .
SeevtUul Lake Let IV* .. -
Hamptaa estes$ .....
tank mobile and.well homo for i i'e Wayne.Dwgiw. /UIIIea'.Pont.. Cevntfy Club let 1..313'-alee .......-. SI8.6O8.'Homptea .

Srehr/Seisawas awiw/sr/srwuw ........ Oak lot lit. tree, owner flnans.d-17.....
tree elm r.rnreur alas a snsua situated' about ofBraoker r, M4-4BM l OMtes......... pool IL .1 iT.*...... I.SwsyCeMS Water tt. let H4' u SI'Owner fin. $19.800.

mile East all for only' 'Ne......ard. .**..U !: REAL bMe L,..;.... EfUksTsM.ntlOgJATE ,.SeeswA M,Beet ..1...".......-Owner ......uooo.

JOYCE A.CASTLE" $15,400. Call l Joyce SJudeMeed. ...-"'-'- . ESTATE .. ilim 864-614 ,.3 Country Club late I Acre -" -0.._ ..... $.....
964-14" By/sio...... M. ssmmsrclol let l".
I lec.tI low a r Owner taw $,980.8.m. .
REALTOR Associate; at 377-9670 or .. SBN.TiaiasAT.. __AL POdMW4&UMO
.V-and" Fe Lobe--swusr M..:.-.lot 7S M water-.$..,....
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Lawtey News Q. -_ .- .mr::= am., am !!!!Dm.- .1IJ1111! com 1mmill! 8mm N- 1__._. .m IiiiiiII! $ I r'B''B! !! :.;

by Elisabeth Terry Singers,7 p.m.and Bible Gleanings, 8 Smith, who la an 8th grader went to they celebrated Justin's and birthday Miss Kathy Dellhia Wilson, passing the State Assessment test'and:'
1 all skills
Phone T82-330" p.m. Disney World and spent ,thee night with ice cream and cake. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John completing In the second aqd'third .'
CHURCH ACTIVITIES: Saturday night In Orlando. Mrs. Fred Moore and her sisters, Wilson, has been promoted from the grades. She attends Lawtey-:
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Church of God: Sunday Schol 10 PERSONALS: Mrs. Doss Hlgglnbotham, of Max- Miss Rachel Boyer of Jacksonville second grade to the fourth grade after Elementary School. :; :..
a.m., Wonhlp services a.m. and 7 We welcome Mr. and Mrs. Richard vllle, spent a few days at her mobile and Mrs. Cecil Wade of Tampa, wentto :
p.m., Prayer meeting and YPE, 7:30: Moore and family to our community. home here.SALEThe. Kissimmee and met their brothers
p.m. Wednesday night. They are from Marcellus, N.Y. Methodist Thrift Shop and sister-In-laws, Mr. and Mrs. J.B.
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday School, May 10 Henry Hodges and sons will be open 10-9 pm. Saturday. Boyer of Tampa, Elder and Mrs. '
10 a.m., Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Hank and Mark attended the Music Everything will be HALF PRICE. George Boyer of Plant City and David i4iiAStitiV &
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30: City 420 Stock Car Races In Nashville, Paul Smith went camping with his ,Boyer of Silver Springs. They visited'
there.
World while
Tenn. aunt Miss Judy Booth, over the Sea
p.m.Faith Baptist: Bible School, 10 Rickie Moore, daughter of Mr. and weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Honaker of
a.m., Worship, 11 am. and 7:30: p.m., Mrs. Richard Moore,was in the Beau- Mrs. Debra Mobley and children, Orlando, and nephew and niece Mr. i ii1'' -____--..-:.=_ ,.".. ::
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday at 7:30: ty Pageant of Florida in Gainesvilleand Christina and Kindle, of Baldwin, and Mrs. Rob Frazier and children, II .., .__. '' I
was first runner up, April 19. She spent the weekend with her parents, also of Orlando, were weekend guests 'I, \ ,'" .'S' .." :.
p.m.First Baptist: Sunday School, 9:4: will be competing in State Competition Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp.Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts. i : :

a.m., Worship, 11 a,m. and 7:30 p.m., In July in Ocala. and Mrs. Mike Crapse, Jr., of Mrs. Flossie Rosier visited her son- .. ,..... .' ,wi I
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Training Union, 6:30: p.m. Prayer May 17 Henry Hodges and sons, Hinesvllle, Ga., spent the weekend In-laws and daughters Mr. and Mrs. _'" '
Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Hank and Mark, Mr. and Mrs. with their parents,Mr.and Mrs Cecil J.R. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. 'b. 1
Highland Baptist: Sunday School Thomas and Debbie and Mr.and Mrs. Hardee, and Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Carter and daughter, Shelly, granddaughter .. '. "" :
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9:45: a.m., Worship, 11 a.m. and 6 Jerry Glance and family attended the Crapse, Sr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. (I"'W :
p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Stock Car races at Lake City Speed- We are happy to learn that WayneHardee's W.S. Suber and sons, grandson Mike I
and Mr. and Mrs. Jones Tues-
7:30 p.m. way on Saturday night. surgery was successful in Jimmy ,
Laura Baptist': Sunday School 9:45 Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Jr., of Veterans Hospital Gainesville. Our day to Thursday In Columbia, S.C.
a.m., Worship 11 a,m. and 7:30 p.m. Jacksonville, spent the weekend with prayers are with him. SP4 Barry Lee Watts of Fort Riley ; j
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday at 7:30 their mother, Mrs. B,L. Wilkison, Sr., Mrs. D.R. Brown visited her Kansas, arrived Monday afternoon on '
and their children, Mr. and Mrs. Tony mother Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey at the three weeks leave with his parents, .
p.m.Long Bridge Baptist! Sunday Hodge and son, and Mr. and Mrs. home of her, sister Mrs. Wyolene Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts. II.
School, 10 a.m., Worship, 11 a.m. and Bennie Wilkison, III. Day, of Jacksonville, during the Mr.and Mrs.Clyde Wainwright and
7 p.m., Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 7 John,Larry and Billy Moore visited week. family, of Lakeland, spent the
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kelly of Lake weekend with their mother Mrs.
P.M.Morgan Road Baptist: Sunday Hugh Whittle, of Valdosta, Ga., while Worth, spent Memorial Day weekend Wilma Wainwright. .
School, 10 a.m., Worship, 11 a.m. and going to school. with their parent, Mr. and Mrs. Hermit Mrs. B.L. Wilklson, Sr., Is improving -
7 p.m., Training Union p.m.,Prayer Mr. and Mrs. James Anders, of Kelly. All of them visited their slowly. Her son and daughter-in-
Meeting. Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Palatka, visited their mother, Mrs. brother and sister-in-law Mr. and law Mr.and Mrs.Donald Wilkison are
Northslde Baptist: Sunday School, O.J. Anders on Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Mrs. E.L. Kelly of Keystone Heightson staying with her.
10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Larry Battles' visited her Friday. They visited their sister, Mrs. Jesse Starling of Bartow
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Mrs. Thelma Kelly, of Gainesvilleand visited Mrs. Wilma Wainwright and
Smyrna Missionary Baptist: Sun- Ellisor of Middleburg, on Thursday their brother-in-law and sister other relatives for the past two weeks.
day School 10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Hallman,, of Mrs. Helen Roberts of Fort Lauder-
and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednes- and Mrs. Ed Jeffcoat, of Lake Keystone Heights, on Saturday.Mrs. dale, Mrs. Rossie Reddlsh'a grand-
day at 7:30 p.m. Butler, and their mothers, Mrs. Jeff- Eileen Kelley and Justin, of daughter, stopped by to see her Sunday
Grace United Methodist Church: coat, of Alabama spent Sunday with Jacksonville, spent the long weekend on her way to Columbia, S.C., to
Church School, 9:45: a.m., Worship 11 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp. with their In-laws, Mr. and Mrs. pick up her son Douglas Roberts from Enjoy a thicker lawn, "':-
a.m., UMYF 6 p.m., Wednesday Miss Judy Booth and her sister, George Kelly while her husband Is In Newberry College. Both of them
Adult Choir and Little Christian Mrs. Larry Battles and her son, Paul the Reserves. On Sunday afternoon came back to her grandmother's, .
Mrs. Rossie Reddish, on their way and save money too!
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By Elizabeth G. Walker, phone children attended a District a.m. Evening Worship S p.m. Jacksonville, were Thursday lun-
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964-6883. Assembly In Fort Lauderdale Friday Mt. Morlah United Methodist 1.
Dell Chapter 168 OES will meet for. through Sunday at the True Church of Church: Choir No. 1 will rehearse Mrs. Henry and Smith. America's favorite
Mr. Mrs. Wise went to
the monthly meeting Thursday June God In Unity. The meeting was enjoyed Wednesday at 7 p.m. Sunday School Ralph lawn fertilizer
Lake Worth on Friday afternoon and
12 at 7:30: in the Masonic Hall on by all. 10 a.m. Communion Service 11 a.m.
Brownlee Street. All members are Invited Prayer meeting Monday 7:30.: Tues- Monday,June 2,the United Methodist brought their brother-in-law, Paul TtufBIIiI& Contains iron
Norman,home from Doctors Hospitalto : to
to be present. day Bible Band at 7:30. WednesdayChoir Women will meet In their monthly
Bradford County Branch NAACP rehearses at 7:30.: Sunday meeting. All members are asked to be his home here. We are happy to preventyellowing ;
will for Mon- School at 10 Morning Worship 11 learn that he will not have to stay in a
meet monthly meeting a.m. present in the meeting to help start
day, June 16, at 7:30.: All membersand a.m. Evening Worship II p.m. the new conference year. Jacksonville Hospital but Jacksonvillefor just go back Helps grass multiply ;
interested citizens are invited to Greater Freewill Baptist Church: pleasant Grove United Methodist and forth to a doctor in itself
attend. Business of vital Importancewill The fellowship breakfast given at the Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. Com- treatment.
be reported. The meeting will be church Sunday morning was a great munion Service 3 p.m. Please be pre- Thursday evening Miss Susie Muse i,4.Yr{ dllwl.Longlasting ;
held In the annex of Allen Church. success. It was enjoyed by all atten sent the first Sunday In the new con- was honored with a bridal shower
Concerned Citizens of Bradford ding. Monday 6:30: Tiny Tots ference year.Greater given by the United Methodist Womenof a Will not burn grass- j
Grace United Methodist Church.
County, Inc. will hold their monthly rehearse, 7:30 Senior Choir Allen Chapel AME Church: ,;
Several were played and w just use ns directedBIRCH'S f
meeting June 26. All Interested rehearses. Tuesday 7:30: Prayer Notice! to all members of Greater games .
citizens are Invited to attend. The Meeting Wednesday 7:30: all Circles Allen Rev. W.H. Zanders, supply prizes were won by Mrs. Peggy ; :
help of every citizen is needed in the will meet. McKay's Circle will meetat Pastor, Is asking all members to Gaskins and Mrs. Ellen White. About "" : -
effort of supporting the complex.This Sister Sarah Prince's. Lee's Circle please come to church Sunday and 30 ladies enjoyed the party and the .,
complex belongs to the citizens, not will meet at Sister Mamie Mitchell's. make a generous contribution to Mr. bride-elect received many nice gifts. '

one Individual. Blye's Circle will meet at Sister and Mrs. Harold Mitchell, who were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley French of IPAA ;
Personal: Mrs.Ella Mae Tyson just Elaine Lee's. Thursday at 7:30 Story burned out last week. It Is our duty to Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Billy King, Mr.
returned Saturday from an extended Hour at the church. Friday 6:30: help those In need. They need us now. and Mrs. Stuart Lockhart Mr. and SERVICES) :_ ;
Mother's Day visit. She visited with Junior Choir and Junior Ushers will Sunday School 10 a.m. Communion Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Jr. of Jacksonville PEST CONTROL
her children. One week was spent in rehearse. Saturday dinners will be Service 11 a.m.Stewardess Board No. (Mr. and Mrs. French and Mr. '
Baltimore, Md. with her daughter, sold from the kitchen. Sunday School 2 will serve. and Mrs. King, rode their bicycles 320 N. Temple Ave. 964-5534
Dorotha Parker. One week in Easter, 9:30.: Morning Worship 11 a.m. Dinner New Bethel Baptist Church:,Each from Jacksonville. They had a safe
Pa. with her other children, Dorthy 12:30.: Daily Vacation Bible School Wednesday at?p.m. Prayer Meeting. Journey), and Mr. and ,Mrs. BL.Wllktson .
Mae Hankerson, Arthur Hankersonand began and will continue through Friday Sunday School only at 10 a.m.*M. III, all of them enjoyed a
Levi Hankerson, Jr. and family. ,June 6.The theme for this year is Ebezener Baptist Church: Prayer cookout at the home of Mr. and Mrs. authorized_retailer
The stay was enjoyable. "We Worship the Lord." This year's Meeting Wednesday night. ,Sunday B.L...Wilkison Jr., son-in-law and ,
CHURCH ACTIVITIESTrue season will culminate Saturday with a School 10 a.m, Morning Worship 11 daughter, Mr. and Mrs.Tony Hodges,
Church of God In Unity: Elder picnic at Sampson Lake. Everyone is a.m. Evening Worship 8 p m. on Monday, May 26.
Elizabeth Dean, daughter and grand- Invited to attend.
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Calvary Baptist Church: Prayer :. = .
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Gospel Sing In Meeting Thursday at the home of

Lake Butler, May 31 Mrs. Theresia LaFleur at 7 p m. Sun-
day School 9:30. Preaching Service
There will be a Gospel Sing in the Sunday 5 p.m. You are Invited.
Community Center in Lake Butler, Church of God In Christ: Tuesday
May 31,at 7:30: p.m. sponsored by the 6-7 prayer, immediately after prayer Thls
Fla. and Ga. Gospel Singing Associa- band. Friday 7-8 prayer immediatelyafter Coupon Worth ZO oiiars'p

tion.Featured pastoral teaching. Sunday
will be The Singing Silcox School 9:30.: YPWW 5:30.: Toward Pu
Family from Middleburg, The First Born Church of the Living Following; rchasesFr -
Waysiders from Jacksonville,and the God: Bible Study Tuesday 6:30.: Fri
Bluegrass Prophets from Lake day 7:30: Tarrying Services. Sunday
Butler, Master of Ceremonies will be School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 .,un: Q.E.: 16 cu. ft. :Whirlpool 18 cu. ft. upright..
Joe Brooks. Everyone is invited

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PUBLIC NOTICENotice

R,Mlfllonl General Electric a Whirlpool .

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is hereby given that the Bradford County .1 \\". .:' .t.' M
AI' CwJHIIWrtJ" Whirlpool and Carrier 18,000 B.TU gA ,iSS ;/-" .
Commission and City Councils of .. .
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Comprehensive Plan for the cities of Lawtey. Hamptonand T.1 9l.UU r G.E. Color ", ". ,


Brooker and Bradford County, Florida, on Thurs Qas.Orlll'l by Charmglow and Jacuzzi xpues.Go

day, June 12, 1980, at 7 P.M., in the CommissionersRoom u0o
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County Courthouse, Starke .

Florida. Copies of the Comprehensive Plan are

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Florida.Office In the Bradford County, Courthouse, Starke SAWYER-SLADE' ,GAS &' APPLIANCES .


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a I r '1 ., I 'The recent riots in Mia'1m.. ;' far removed to residentsof

1 a I Bradford, Union and Clay, f,ount'ies, but it was quite real to
t. tX / 'rv many local men whose lives this;crisis has touched.It .
., would be very difficulty! not,, impossible) to interview all
the men from this area who were ordered to go to Miami either
dui by the National Guard, the,Game and Fish Commission or the
Florida Highway Patrol but the few who have been contacted
brought to light many interesting facts which give insight to the

turmoil and "ticking-time-bomb": feeling that was prevalent
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low kyy! i"t w'. r Pf May 17-19 in riot-torn sections of Miami. '
The this are of the Florida National
f fy, t 1 1Y pictures on page property
Guard and certainly detail many of the emotions felt during
these troublesome times. Heart-breaking stories emerge, suchas
a looted meat market with only bacon and weiners remaining
after all the better cuts of meat were gone. There was a hard-
ware store whose smoldering remains burned on into the week
AFTER the fire had been brought under control.
National Guard Sergeant John M. Miller told of a liquor store
Jlatvrr. he passed when on routine patrol which was doing a brisk

business. On his next trip past, the store was being vandalizedand
looted. Then, on his third trip past the store was ablaze. All
this happened within a 24-hour period.A .
few unmentioned details have surfaced such as National
Guardsmen sleeping against a cement street divider after getting -
+ off duty at 3 a.m. Game Officer Jim Poncier said he could
set his watch by the welcome sight of a Red Cross wagon bring-
--- ing spam and cheese sandwiches twice a day. While this may not

f '. sound particularly appetizing it did taste good when you were
.I,1461'' er ry + d paying more attention. to packing: ammunition than packing lun-

ches.A f
b r Q, ,> f f wi x :+nZ show of force was one of the strategies used by all the law en-
forcement agencies involved to bring order to a city that had
r + been terrorized by a race riot. Troops were stationed at visible
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ready to do whatever was necessary to stop the killing and
looting that had been occurring which resulted in 15 deaths, hun-
,dreds of injuries and over $100 million in property damages.


THE MOMENT OF TRUTH! That's .. .
what faced Luis Via Justua who owned t

and operated American Genuine .'.......
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Auto Parts In Miami. This photo was 4 ......
taken minutes after Justua arrived to :'
Inspect what remained of the bualnesi f
.i that bad taken him 18 years to
establish, and rioters just minutes to ',.'
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o. duty It was a matter of extreme Inn/,,
4 portance to this guardsman when this
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qEN a was In the weapon and order were to
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other



THRIFT SHOP FIRE: This store
sold products at a cheaper price than
the consumer could buy from other
lores. The question Is: Why destroy
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Winn Dixie's NO FRILLS Dips 41-01'
Kosher JAR 99c

Photo Service $ ICI-CT.
OT. LinersCAN . .1011 99c
TMIII ARE NO "MIDDIN COSTS" M 16-oZ. JAR THRIFTY MAID FRENCH STYLE
fOX nn MINTS OK HUM WITH CANS Green Beans 3 CANS $100
OUR "NO FULLS" PHOTO SIKVICI.
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DIXIE HOMe CRACKIN'GOOD
Tea .1 I -T. $117 Saltines 2 & $1 $
BEER Bags . BO:
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Tea Mix 'JA:. $179 Bars %r. 99e 3 PAKCoffee
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WHEN WINN-DIXIES QUALITY STORE BRANDS ClACK GOOD lUneRMItK
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CINNAMON BUNS 2 A0.. 89c Juice .": *1"t Tissue ." '49 .Rice. . 3 :&: 77' MAZOlA .
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ZZA I Ice Cream GAlSUPCRtRANO HALF $1" Bread .. LOAF I $139 '

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BOXES PINKY PIG FRESH PORK CENTER CUT HORMEL ERRE TOP VALUE .

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GRAD 'A'FRESH W/RIBS QUICK FROZEN WHITING WITH THE PURCHASE OF .

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I"Ct .1P Most of the 3,800 National'Guard >numerous rumors about what might He said theri were many buildings arfire. :-.' .
Troops 265 Florida Highway happen in the riot areas .in the. black. Police,According to Miller.whir I :
Patrolmen and 90 Florida Game and community. providing protection for firemen from-- "
,Fish officers were released from riot Fink said the food was atrocious till rooftops to prevent snipers from interfering ,-. .
A duty In the Miami area after spendingthe the last day. He drove one of the; :with firemen. Occasional
C of nine days helping trucks In the convoy and arrived at I gunfire could be heard throughout the.-.
y police anther law enforcement ofr% ,his house in Lake Butler Sunday,May area.
fivers handle the situation in the .23, at 1 Mllleriasid' on Monday morning;
South Florida city. Jim Ponder of Starke was one of 110, May 19, he was sent with a team from:'' .
Col. Hugo Windom of the Florida.National Florida Game and Wildlife officers the 2-UMtlt to disperse tear gas when .
Guard headquarters In St., i dispatched to assist In Miami. He Mid, it was needed. He said the sight of "',
Augustine told this paper that all National i they left Lake City Sunday afternoon. burned, buildings was dramatic with .
Guardsmen except a for a few May 18, and arrived In Miami at 2 buildings such as furniture stores
persons handling administrative a.m. and stayed at the Ramada Inn at discount type stores fried chicken'
k payroll and maintenance work were the Miami Airport. restaurants hamburger restaurant, ...
sent home by Monday May 26. Ponder said his unit took a com- meat/markets, destroy es'" .
The Game and Freshwater Fish of- mand poet In downtown Miami at 6 and other buildings ; ', .
ficers were released Friday. May 23t .a.m., blocking streets to keep peopleout Miller said he arrived at the Metro "
to return home. of the perimeter of the riots. police station where gas crews went:
The troopers were not released to He laid that was his duty until he, to check on assignments. He said he'
.I.Ixa return home until Tuesday. May 27. came home at midnight Thursday. spotted a fire near the police staUon-
I'' :t The riots started In Miami shortly May 22.His and went to investigate what was hap--. .
after an all-white Jury of 13 found four unit helped the metro police P eninq. -
.'. Miami police officers not guilty of chase a stolen vehicle. Several roundsof Miller described the scene: fires' :
'i... charges connection with the violent shots were fired at the occupants of burning on most streets crowds.,
i' .' .', death of black Miami businessman the vehicle, and the occupants were started gathering firemen rushed"' ..
:. ; ;: ; Arthur Mcduffle captured after the vehicle was wreck from one fire to another. National. .
Gov. Bob Graham ordered National Guardsmen sped throughout the area'.
Almost There... Guardsmen from all over the state to ed.Poncler said the wildlife officers to provide help to the policemen. .
assist. Miami Law enforcement personnel assisted many Miami residents goingto I He pointed out there were eventsconcerning .
The -odd marchers had energy enough as they arrived at the prison above. and other He said : :
) to try to restore law and orderto their homes to get clothes reporters. one.
to shout their slogans. Mostly It was "Death Row. Must Go. It took the chased away
the Miami area. items. television crew was ;
paraders mostly college age, some 4.5 hours to make It from Starke to the Logan Fink Union County Agent He said the extra law enforcement from filming a furniture fire. Other" I

prison grounds. was called Monday May 19, to Miami personnel ordered to Miami helped reporters met some conflict in cover- '
"How Many More State Murders," asks the large banner carried by Carol after. ...
with the 153 Combat Engineer Unit of prevent further trouble. ing a rally at a stadium Monday
Boone. In center of photo the self-proclaimed wife of convicted murderer Ted Lake City. He left with his unit on John Miller co-publisher of this noon, May 19. Miller said heavy to
Bundy. Bundy was convicted of killing two Florida State University coeds as Miami the Na- continued ,
three chartered Greyhound buses paper was sent to by moderate rioting through;:
they slept In a sorority house; a third survived and testified against him. He Is '' .
from St.
from Gainesville at 10 a.m. and the tional Guard by helicopter the same afternoon. ..
also convicted of killing a 12-year-old Lake City girl who was abducted and buses along with a convoy of 8-10 unit Augustine Sunday May 18. He flew Miller pointed out that many people 1 ..
found dead In Suwannee
County. trucks arrived in Miami at 4 p.m. with Sgt. Jim Mast editor of the throughout the riot areas boarded up '
Fink indicated his unit set upa com- Palatka Daily News. He was a their buildings so that they would not .
I munications network of 20 radios. member of the 107th Public Affairs incur Many buildings had.. .
r They were then dispatched to the Detachment of St. Augustine as a armed guar posted<< Inside and out, .
Death Row Justice building i In Miami near the photographer and sometimes according to Miller.The .
bade County Jail. He said the first reporter. situation seemed to calm down.;:: ,
Y floor of the Justice building had been Miller pointed out that their job Monday night according to Miller.: .
Must Go ransacked by looters and then windows once they arrived in Miami was to He returned to Starke Tuesday May '. .
were broken out. Rioters com- handle the civilian press that wouldbe 20. : .
pletely took over the first floor of the covering the riots. Mast was to .
this building, according to Fink. He take care of the Inside and Miller ----------,,: ;
ChantOn rowi estimated that 40 to 50 persons were assisted the media outside and took I,
They inside the building. photographs. I 1 I "RATEDG !. ,
Fink pointed out that his unit took Miller said they landed at Opa I I .
the first anniversary of the execution over the courtrooms of the Justice Locka Airport about sundown. They FOHG/GGLES !1'' :
of convicted killer John A. building about the middle of the day were driven in a sedan with a pickup I I I
Spenkelink death-penalty opponents Phlr Wednesday, May 21. truck riding shotgun to their com- I 1 I MID ,1.-: ;
His unit also assisted In guardirg a mand post.
4Vfc-hour march from
staged a protest
Starke forming at Starke Elemen- major chemical plant that manufactured After their arrival. Mast was askeda I i I TIME" \; : : '
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tary School parking lot and walking wood alcohol. lot of questions about the riots. I .
8.6 miles on CR-16 to a cow pasture AfterThursday, May S3, Fink Miller pointed out that a curfew bad I I 1 :
across from Florida State Prison pointed out that his unit stayed at Din gone into effect ate p.m. National '
where opponents gathered for a brief ner Key Auditorium in the Coconut Guardsmen from South Florida and I I 1 ,
discussion Sunday May 25. Grove section until it was ordered to Miami area police manned the checkpoints f, jj ,
During the march of return home Sunday. May 25. He said the controlled area -"'
40 persons, they chanteDeath approximately' Fink said he thought it was covered approximately a 50 mile :
Must Go" and "No more Legal Lyn- necessary to have the National radius.
chings. The marchers were Guardsmen present In Miami until Miller indicated he' caught a ride -2if
predominantly college-age people .Thursday, May 22. He indicated with a Sergeant of the guard and went
with many carrying signs stating police Intelligence units ,heard to the outpost to check the situation.
their objection to capital punishment.The '
participants stopped briefly by ., .
Sunshine Acres where they paused for r i o !
water. They rested briefly at the

Heilbron Springs Baptist Church The Sign Says It... TRUOK'BEBATE
about three hours after the protest
march got under way where they Raising fists In the"Black Power" sign these two marchers chant the wordson
again took a water break and others the sign.
munched on fried chicken. They had
vans follow the marchers with the May 27,1930

water and food.Bradford of Death Row Inmate Timothy Palms march that said, "How many more
County Sheriff Dolph Red- and his niece Honey Rose delivered a state murders" but she refused to
dish stated he feared during the message to the AS! persons that make any comments to the many
march that someone might drive up gathered after the march. reporters that came to Starke for the
behind the marchers and strike some "They said to tell you. Thank march.
of them from behind.No such Incident .=:.: ::
You'. Mrs. Palms said. Robert Reed one of the organizersof ::
took place during the march. Another speaker Sharon Darlene the march and a former inmate at ::
Reddish assigned his regular shift Downs whose brother Ernest DownsIs both Union Correctional Institutionand .:...
men to monitor the parade and they on death row. told the gathering FSP on armed robbery and third -.--.--...
were assisted by the Starke Police "My brother is supposed to oe a hired degree murder charges called prison "'.-.
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Department until the parade reachedthe killer, but Gov. Bob Graham is the life a dehumanizing experience. -.....-.
city limits. hired killer." "If you treat a human being like an .--.-
"This is the price we pay for being Carol Boone self-proclaimed wife animal long enough he'll start taking -'-.--.
so close to the prison.Starke is a stag- of Death Row Inmate Theodore Bun- on the characteristics of an animal; 4x4 ----'-..
ing area," Reddish said. dy carried a banner during the Reed said.Whoops ----.
No incidents took place during the -.-
march but a local resident had nailed .'----
Bronco
connterprotest signs on pine trees ,
along the march route that said"Stop t -

"There Electrocution are no Hanging stays for is the Cheaper victim"" $i ,000() )

and"Who will march for the victim?" i
Reddish pointed out that while local
resident may not personally agree
with this type of activity the mar- Rebate
chers have a legal constitutional rightto :
be allowed this type of forum.He
said the Sheriffs Department has to
protect the rights of the marchers. { ? \ 4x4
After the marchers reached the cow r t0.
pasture across from the prison the II
people seemed more dispassionatethan Pickups
the ones that gathered in the
same pasture exactly a year ago to 1 '
protest Spenkellnk's execution In 1.800
which he became the first man to be Rebate / ;
put to death in Florida since 1964. ---
Several relatives of death row Inmates I IN 1 11 11 -
attended the meeting across -- -
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from the prison. -
Ann Palms of Jacksonville mother This truck full of watermelons nearly dumped Its juicy load when driver GeneA. IR
McGuire of North Carolina slightly miscalculated while turning Into the Sg
Orange Heights Amoco Station Friday. May 23. s
According to the Florida Highway Patrol. McGuire cut too sharply while try- ,
Population Up Ing to manuever his rig over to the gas paraps.
No serious Injuries to the load of watermelons were reported.Attention .
In Area LakesLAKE 'F100V8

CITY......Although local ...............f.. ........"." Pickups

citizens haven't noticed the Increased I
population new residents have been : iC .
pouring into area lakes. The new t $40000
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residents are sunshine bass stocked nil D.C. Employees
by the Florida Game and Fresh / as
Water Fish Commission. t

Eight lakes within the northeast 't 1 st Annual Florida Correctional i R a- Q .:.
region were stocked with 170,210 sun- .
shines. The fast growing hybrids area 3
cross between the white bass female t Officers Dinner'Saturday iCt
and striped bass male and should '

reach three pounds during the second Hay 31.1989 0:09im: til 'j F-100 .
year.Area. :

Lowery lakes Lake stocked Clay are Co.as, 9,500 follows fish: t Raiford Community Confer / 6 byl Pickups $20000 !

stocked; Lake Geneva Clay 9,040; Ii'
Palastine Lake Union 5,000; Lake iC 'Speed Overdrive I '.' :. J .

Sampson Butler Lake Lakes Union, Bradford 3.150, Rowell-24,000; .t' ".. cnIO""'." 8' ,i./II 't 'Included 1

Santa Fe Lake Alachua. 43,900; .. ... ......0 IOe G "c-;; _
Newnans Lake Alachua 74,000. :t. .v.e4..af\ r .
Sunshine bass are stocked when $210 Ss I
1a .. PaN. 80hd
they reach approximately 1 Inch and iC p o\oa.o s.torf"
should be harvestable size In about ., 4ear :alll! Donation n.qu.M.4Everyone r-
six months. Best hires to capture this ....- 1)9ot 'il iI TERWILLEG" AR MOTORS" a.
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hard fighting game fish are float-' .. I 'G ,
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current state record for the .i. Invited il VA:j J 6: !W* Madison Sl:< ''SirM? *fa: '96a-T O( if.).

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3 Dead In Union wefeksThree ; Battery Change Driver, Backs' Vehicles Collide Car-Truck MishapAt Camper Hits Van

men were killed In 'two accldenU -' '< .Dismissal tTabled Into/Accident \ .i4''I' At Traffic SignalNo Shopping Center In Parking LotNo

in Union County late Friday Circuit Court Judge Benjamin M. No one was Injured In a car-pickup one was Injured in a car-truck f 100 damage was recorded In a car* one was Injured In a camper-van'
afternoon, May 23, and early Satur ''Tench in court In Lake: Butler, Tuesday truck accident, Monday, May 19 al ,accident Thursday, May 22. at 10:07 truck mishap Saturday. May 24, at mishap on Jefferson Street, five feet
day, May 24, and a fourth person,Ar May 27,took under Advisement a 8:110 p.m., on Pratt Street, 400 feet a.m. at the Intersection of Us-301 10:39: a.m. at the Bradford Square east of Clark Street In Starke with
mando V., Rodriquez, 36, .of Lake motion to dismiss the aggravated bat- east of Broadway in Starke with'$300 and Call Street In Starke, with 1850 Shopping Center in Starke with no Injuries $173 damage done to the vehicles involved '
Butler was hospitalized with injuries. tery'case of John Gregory Griffls,20, damage done to the vehicles. .damage done to the vehicles Involved. sustained In the wreck. Thursday, May 22.
Jose DomlngoLopel.Jr.,17ol1Jn.. of Raiford. Police' records show a 1970 Ford Police report said aloes, Chevrolet, 'i.police report said a 1978 Ford F-100 Police records show a 1978 Dodge
mokalee, FL, and a passenger, Jose The motion was filed with the court' 'Dickup"truck operated by' Austin, 'sedan operated by Grace T, Dowdy. {(ruck operated by Genie Harris, 35, camper operated by John V.
Ramirez, 24, of Tetotitlan. Mexico by Lake Butler attorney Bobby Kirby ;James Fender,M, of Starke was stopped ,58, of Lawtey was southbound on I jpf.Ralford, was stopped at a stop sign Hollifield. 51, of Hampton, was making
died when the car In which they were In behalf of young Griffls who was 'when a 1976 Chrysler' sedan US-301 and a-196 Chevrolet ,C-10 ,;iWl(the parking lot when a 1972 a right turn onto Clark Street and
riding,-went out of control while charged March 3, 1979 following the driven by Shirley L. Mullins,'29, of truck,operated by John H.Mlxoll 65' 'American Motors sedan driven by struck a parked 1980 Ford van owned I
meeting another vehicle and collided shooting bf Earl Jones of Lake Butler. Starke pulled up behind the'other' 1 Starke, was eastbound on Call Street'when i Barry Simmons, 16 of Starke, failedto by Dlebold. Inc., of Canton, Ohio. 1
with die truck they had overtaken,according -, Griffin was tried on the charge last vtekicle- and then backed up Intd' the traffic* signal changed. I stop and struck the Harris' vehicle. No citations were issued In the acci. I
to the Florida Highway December,but the jury was unable to MulUnsear, '' Dowdy continued into the intersection (ntharear. dent.
Patrol reach a verdict after three and half No citations were Issued by police. "'land struck Mlxon's vehicle in the left I I
Daniel Johnson 28, of T ,
Leroy Lake hours of deliberation and Judge John. front.' '
City was killed at 2:30 a.m. Saturday J. Crews declared a mistrial. Patrolman Eaton G. Mosher cited "
when his 1970 Buick crashed Into the Judge Tench,after becoming Union Dowdy for failure to ;yield right of I
rear of a disabled truck 7/10 of a mile County Administrative Judge ordered ITS Damage Done way. "A man lives by believing something; not by debating and
west at Lake Butler on SR-100. Im Parking Lot I
Driving 1972 Pontiac sedan northbound an updated pro-sentence Investigation Bump' arguing about many thirigt. Carlyle
and had postponed setting 175 recorded in .
,4 6 miles south of Lake Butleron adate damage was a two
CJ -. 31, Lopez pulled Into the for a new trial pending completion vehicle accident in the parking lot of
passing of the PSI.Lightning.
Eagle's Army-Navy Store parking lot.
lana to around 1975 Ford
go, a
truck driven by Rodriquez, also northbound In Stark*,at9:38a.m.: .Saturday May
on CR-231. Strikes 24, with no one Injured. 191 EAGLE goStarke
Pollee report said a 1973 Chevrolet
Lope failed to see an unidentified FHP Station SundayThe I
southbound truck until it was too late. pickup 'truck operated by Mack
Both Lopez and Rodriquez swerved to Florida Highway Patrol Leoaard,83,of Starke was backing up -
the shoulder to avoid the southbound substation US-301 north in Starke was from a parking space and struck the _
truck:The Lopez car started skidding struck by lightning Sunday, May 25, left fender of a Mercury pickup truck palnta"
sideways colliding with the Rodriquez at 3:48 p.m. with none of the owned by Dolly Bell Corbin of Starke ; rlacnntlnted ..
truck;according to the FHP. employees Injured. that was parked.No ; Tremendous Discount g5
The"' Injured Lake Butler man, The storm knocked out radio con- citations were issued by police.5Urk8SB45451 N MK>rtd Colon
Rodriquez, was listed in good condi- tact, teletype machine and power was Inferior a Exterior' i Household Sq"nh"ft
tion as this paper went to press. out.Radio contact was resumed afterIt
No citations were issued by the was out one hour and twenty eU9\O
FHP in the Friday wreck which killed minutes.
two persons and caused (5,700 :Flerida Theatre I '
damage to the vehicles of Rodriquezand Lawtey Youth Hurt 80J0

Lopez.In the Saturday. morning wreck In As Truck Flips in RainA U'J8

which:JDanlels was killed, the FHP 19-year-old Lawtey man sustained Frt. Sat. & Sun.
said a 1960 International truck minor Injuries in a car-truck accI- 3S \
operated by Roy Chester Pitts, 39, of dent during a heavy rainstorm on .A romantic ... J
East Palatka became disabled and US-301 two miles north of Stark with wildly adaliI
stop in the westbound traffic lane $2,350 damage done to the vehicles In- comedy 1"-9-
100. The 1970 Buick sedan volved. \WU
driven' by Johnson was travelling Florida Highway Patrol report said .I
west on SR-100 at a high rate of speedin a 1977 Ford pickup truck operated by tAa'I 1 1 1pK
the early morning darkness and Tim Calvin Kelly of Lawtey was going WftCTERZJTTXJK JVUBM ,
was unable to stop or avoid the disabled south on *lh.r*VA when Kelly lost control :IDUlU.JINDREWS Y
truck. Johnson's Buick ran into of his truck because of water on
and under the truck and Johnson was the highway when Kelly's vehicle
fatally Injured in the crash, the FHP then slid out of control across tile median zEy
aald. :: and overturned onto Its top In the "
Pitts was not at the wheel of the inside northbound traffic lane.
truckSat the time it was struck by A 1979 Mercury two door sedan
Johnson's vehicle, the FHP said. operated by James A. Blakesbeo,
No ;citations were issued in the what pF
was hap-
of St. Augustine saw
Saturday morning crash which pening and applied brakes, trying to x3.0
resulted in $1.800 damage to the p'N\0
stop and avoid colliding with the Kel- S
vehicles involved. :
but was
ly's overturned vehicle
Johnson was the fourth traffic unable to stop on the wet pavementand
fatality of 1980 In Union County. struck Kelly's vehicle.

t Kelly was treated in the emergency
Truck Changes Lanes. rOOm at Bradford County Hospital In I II I
Turns Into CarNo Starke and was released after treat ACKSS MARKER
ment, according to hospital records. \ ( I I2SPEED
one was Injured Thursday, May Trooper W.M. Abrams cited Kelly q
22, at 10:31 p.m. In a car-truck accident for speed too fast for conditions. .301 DriveIn
on US-301,100 feet south of Pratt ,3D INCH PAN

Street In Starke with $400 damage, .. .. .tri & _, I Iwill..w
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Frelgmllner'tractor-trailer operatedby =,000PDalffl3ag" Belushl
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Gary Royce Pryor, 30, of Birm- A fire that broke out at 12:25: a.m. WASHMmpaot ,
front Mid back safety
ingham' Alabama was travelling Friday, May 23, caused $50,000 J., aim*,a-wing Mad,a.e.Mitch. PLAY IT COOL IN OUR
norlll 6n US-301 the Inside lane and damage to Starke Auto Parts, 528 WIDE ASSORTMENT OF
to change lanes, striking a .
start South Walnut Street in Starke.
ntiac sedan driven by GeraldE. The business Is owned by Elton FASHION JEANS FOR MEN,
Brown,Jr.,27,of Starke which was Ward and estimated value of the
going Aorth In the outside lane., building was set at$70,000, accordingto 6.94
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guards at Florida State Prison ended ] W approve a saiinpMn-' 4733411. tfnchg aiaMS.DINTIAl :16141, ' Remodeling wocXfkltchen. Phono''((173-3032', las tRn chip,S1N
their two day "slckout",lafil Friday; crease corrections officer* >' .! ALUMINUM cabinets ,
May 23, according to Department of, Veteran Correctional OfflcefDttig1'SpeartotRatfprd. 't .1 coMgRRCiAfi--3s* 'i 5AAt ,,'< portables I boat 'llfti and .corpenteX" Reasonoble AIL .KINDS. seWlNO4' ln my, "Raqy. \IIto!O years >i1i8tiY !' R ALE

Corrections.spokesman,Vernon Brad* .a 12-year employee tof 'M 4'1GH: / ; 1 Nropisc N41)Iorth ) dock,Call for free demo prices Tall Ed Dempsey. at ham. Phone 1473-3402.. t'o"\' .{a Ofyl.o._ (if ,,I ;

lord. \ ,Union CorrectIonal: Institution and t I, / at leH: sI5O: mgnthr I II Weekdays 473.2995, ,473.247. tfnchaStAlCOHOitC : ,2tch95/19"t J a : olloga yr ,.. (lTir.lkagNest ACII ,'near" ,511.100P

The "alclUKK'ft( [took place''In' symt; president of the. Local 284. which ,1i I !AUO.COMMI.CIAL'' p": weekends 4753991. tfnchgi. ANONVMOUSt I I..15'. "" \ : e ;
pathy for Sgt. Qonald Sprow who, "' .1)1', represents correctional officers,' in,J i riCE'SPACEtown ; across P ftmt'',i. 51YARb'SAL I .Closed/ meetings Monday 8. 'j" ", ..... I\. ,' An.$66.64 par
hall 400 feet.rl6O Saturday, May p.m. Open. meetings Friday 111111.with
fired last week on four count: using Northeast Florida,issued a statementto square HOMES FOR. lpeI. I t;.+1! ,"" MR. feleBR/JtiRIJI4058 ortfnth
month :, ,, 31, 9 o.m.-4 Plant 25, 8 p.m. Alanon Monday Cors T4nt '' '
I excessive force against an Inmate< this paper Tuesday May 17.in n"? KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY p.m. 8pm. Alateen Monday 7 ( pr. ." iJInt.vlaw 'itP.>4S6J ,after' 6'' p.m.
falsification of reports making false "Local 2848 did not plan the cant and up Hanging SALE 264.7561 aft" g 112.LAStllOMr..ATI'.
All In
statements to a prison inspector and -"slckout." However the union did offer REALTOR baskets $1 50 to $3. p.m. meetings '91! ( ..
ft.CAUGHT 473-4961 Specimen cacti and succulents. Educational Building Community "" ,r/8, IeJF1!! 12J1I1JrJ1''I 1
140 MOBILE HOME 2 '
asking others to falsify reports. services In the 'best interests of all UP IN THE nNToOo1IAMA'Arellou.rompad .' Odds and ends. Church tfnchg VI., 13SHP Mercury power1rlira.
Two other correctional officers at employees to help them. protect their Hlllcrest CURT JAMES PLUMBING, and bedroom 'unl.hed.. with CLAY COUNTY COUNCIL on ;.bilge.',pump and
Clemens In ,
FSP in the same case, were suspended Jobs and legal rights. Spears said. and restricted In your tiny SP.-IOOat2l9. Itpd 5/29 repair. Days..call air. $2,900. Call 473 4292.Itchg Aglha, will:be 'Interviewing cover1(.Excellent' condition.

for three weeks without pay both "The officers were advised, to apartment Doasyours, "YARD SALEt 50t"rdOlMay 4751177. Nights-call 5/29' for a book $2e95r;'#73-8202. Hnchg

charged by prison officials with falsifying follow the state's collective bargainIng \ landlord hinder your 31, IOa.m.-5 p.m. Pleasant 377.1094. 3lchgSIS29CARPENTRY .DEER SPRINGS. 4 BR 2 bath. keeper/secretary. position. SOLAR SCRSENkeep' out

reports. system negotiation policies;,he lifestyle? Give new life to, Point Road off Immokalee. AND MASONRY fireplace, one full ocr. Two" yyears experience. .boat, saves am electricity

Four officers several weeks ago 88 d. ,you tho apartment Two sofas and a chair like WORK-bulld polios ,Over 19M so,. ft. $1900 working with all phase of provide privacy" fireproofand

were fired at Union Correctional In- "No group In the state has as manyor dwoller. Spacious and new: i/U' marble' top table; fireplaces, additions,< down for qualified buyer.. bookkeeping procedure vary strong. For home
stitution after three of them were exactly the same problems correc- roomy 2 3 bedroom clock radial decorative remodeling. Fraaestimates Payment under $300 r.quir.d.'Typing, and or business. >Fall free
officers do said. model with payment that Doy..4734473.Nlqhto..782.3906. month. Available 90 days ecrejarlol .1.111. 'alsonecessary. estimate call 473/2335: or
charged with sexual a tional Spears wall clock, trailer and .
battewithand Phone Bob Horrlt.964-5533 Clay County
has been are cheaper. than rent with 6tod 473-2584. Stchc) 9/M-4/9
fourth officer was "Local 2848 on grading blade for small
working IS Coll for
4733133. 51 resident
3tchg preferred.
or
one of our special financing RIDING LESSONS Summer IAKI LOn AND ACREAGE-
In- three lot
counts forgery. A fifth officer these problems for years. yard tractor plus
5/29 Interview 264-7941.
plans. W. hove some fun In Metros'd/b/o Pen- Keystone Height, owner
the Major include: more. 4733752 IIchg 5/29
resigned problems
volved In the same case
day after the others were fired. "Understaffing of all prisons in Northeast Call ready BOS to move HARRIS Into-now.AFFORDABLE 5/15 nlco Stables 4tchg' 6/5.-Call 479-3610 : .. .. .. .. ...... ; 214.284-9861 Itchg or 5/29 4732112 Ext.. financed>rost. Lots 10 on.percent clear sand inte .

The for the four former Florida; high rate of employee MANAGER FOR RENTAL
attorney HOMES 327 W. Mobil .bottomed lake, priced to
UCI employees failed to appear in turnover; Inadequate compensationIn Call 5.. Stark, Fl. Call MOBILE HOME I ..-:Huntleyedfearo's f iC: PROPERTY 2 bedroom. 2 soil from 9000. On to
Circuit Court In Union County Tuesday relation to the responsibilities and 964-9813 anytime 9/1 INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS 5 Horns iCiC bath horn provided Ideal "live aero overlooking lake
and Circuit Ben- risks of Job more input to adminis- for retiree. Call 370-1795
May 27, Judge ; -Lake Geneva or (access available) .with
jamin M. Tench put off their arraign- tration from correctional officers In No Down Payment With 473.2879.ltpd 5/29. nice trees from $3.SOO.
ment until Monday, June 9. inmate care, custody and control; ]100 ft x 436 ft. LotsRegtricted POLICIES SERVICES J VA Financing .. FHA4)C) SIOO.dn.'SSO a month.

Bradford said the Sprow firing tendency of correctional officers to be for 1850 sq. AT 8% Down. 18 Veer iC CARS.TRUCKS A Commercial frontage.-

stemmed from a March 5 incident on scapegoat of system with news media ft. minimum buildingsize REASONABLE RATES 473.4340 it Financing Avellabl Investment opportunity.

Q-wing in which death row inmate seldom presenting their side," Spears In Bradford County. "--- or iC Also Good Clean, Used 'Y' SR.21N. Owner-salesman.

Eddie Freeman was beaten.Freeman's said. ICLVOE' w Olin's Mobile"Home 473.4252 Mobil.,Home iC 1947 Rambler AmbassadorAC ... 473-4375. Ifnchg 5/22:
I97S S CYLINDER.330
murder conviction was T
recently overturned by the Florida Sales Repairs Of MajorElectricAppliances 4( East '.l.lke "T5!;! .good., radio Aslh5350.473.3411tfnchg hooter. Tires Chevrolet engine. Completely

Supreme Court and a new trial 4 Fined in Traffic Court FREE QUOTES : Mobil Home 8.lee. .f(. 4/17 I overhauled. Everypart
co MM.TOP.IMPSOH iC
a ,
n Will flit
ordered. Freeman was found mentally Phone 964-5606 Serving' Bradford a Clay East, Palatka I Fiek' anyChevy

incompetent and has been transferred Bradford County Judge EWe S. Joel.S56....'.14 hrs. Elaine M. Olin Agent Counties y328.1080: and 32S-3807 cash only.cor. Call Sell 4734357.for $3OO

to the state mental hospital In Sanders fined four persons in traffic O'vllle l l -377-7".24 h re. I Lawrence Blvd' | Keystone y.. .. .. ..... .'" ,Wllkes. bpd 5/29: *!4.
Chattahoochee. for various of
court Tuesday, May 27, C
During the Incident in the shower fenses. .

Freeman received cuts on the lip anJface Edward Gellion Saxon. Jr. pledguilty

requiring stitches, but he has fully unlawful and fined
to speed was
recovered, according to Bradford. $38 YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE t

Bradford confirmed that 31 prison George Johns was fined $38 on an o
guards called In sick on Wednesday, unlawful speed charge.

May 21, with 17 calling in sick Thursday Randall K. Eland pled guilty to 141 11

May 22, and on Friday, May 23, violation of right of way and was fined GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN HAST v
seven called in sick.Representatives $38.
of the correctional
Richard Frank Palazzinnl was ,
officers met with Dugger and the found guilty of unlawful speed and '

administration at FSP promised to was fined $38. SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN

"look at every one of the complaints.' The court dismissed a charge of

Superintendent Clayton 'Sonny"Strickland unlawful speed against Richard John

told the media that the Cawley after holding an administrative f
administration already was aware of hearing. CLASSIFIED SECTION. I

most of the grievances.

"We are doing everything we can to

get more positions, but you know I 1
can't control the turnover." "


media Information that the turnover was presented rate at FSP to the is a AIIOO'. IMEal Shop The Sun's Classified section l'l'A.11 C

60 percent and veteran officers com- l Estate Broker

plain that they have to cover for Inex .. ....
(t4)) 41S-TM

recruits.periences and inadequately trained MISER every day for great shopping values. '


for low maintenance _
CORRECTION! thl. 2br, Jblh. brick "..MNSTALLERS

tooks the tth )
Danny C. Summers, 29, of Lawtey, f the Keystone)green Hat.*. EXPERIENCEDCARPET :J

May involved as a principal in the r:5For y ."' .... Introductory NEEDE. .._"/_KATCUTTB cvd In all 1''".". offmaat 1YPEEITH ,'
-
12 burglary of the Danny Waters .,... her rll904.362.3 y I" cvttlna.. roaulracT Must bo ...oaf ad only Comoure> '"*
.
home in Lawtey. Norm In fast el**on/v& OMMnoaM, ,* Aoolvo ._ IM electronic ,Il l
pennon want.
ftsw1 COm0OaC A tI
EXPERENCEDPANOER) : .4Y r.j.t! ==: 'l-A!
Summers Is not charged with driving ." 61 tiA Wf : svMost.SanWest pniv./aw. ; + 4/q
Raymond Joseph Martel, Jr., 23, SAVER n Must, be d.oad.blO ""....""CMT.Jawtarttoacriart ._"it A," 1 Ranaw.M.'IrrlnM'laJ L11IA..
C.II./I.n.oon.HS53 ... .
of Jacksonville from the Waters home .. model fn Golf CIi; ; tome ashennwdS for l.... TYPIST '.
school KHeorlanc ,
PART voar and/or Pert-HmelVwom Perniaiieiil.
2bth on largo lot. COUNTER SALES, TIME :::r.-Apply//CMn "soOCkarou.M add :Treniporteilon, .
after the burglary, as was stated in wen/n0 lens Oval 1 attar refer. retumef
r ... ... ,
hours nor ntslor company. m.. Captain a'e. Mio SW ennas r. Ca11373-4063. O TXt OalnasvllleTVFIT / .
The Telegraph's May 22 issue. Summers S4 SO/tir" C.M JOB ACTION Arches "d. ,
is charged with! being an ac i'SIJOO! 1904 NW UIH St.1: NEWSPAPER EARLY MORNING ROUT OS_. Psmuaa WOP.K A7J .NOM._. _
F.e-rwpatlaW.farma '
''
to the burglary of the Watershomey .. PA ,S% financing at ... uARTin' 'Individual EVCNINOS, to tttppolntmvnts OmomotSmtot tranaportatlon. .............._ 0'
...
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COUKT CLBKK-E.>o>rl.nc. s Osvs Cell .c..c.II.n.-.. P 0..0.\0"-, \ 7
driving Martel away from a rtney m Astoc., IM. required FISCAL ASSISTANTr.....,1nas412OIy.3r7-590.. .
; a
spar/urea required. Apply a/ ATY.NTION.HIOH SCHOOL SHIPPING CLERK wltl train
motel north of Lawtey.The the Clr.1Counear'i :: ll.a 011110 Unisex HAI"OBS toll>E service' S WANTED eslen Sonlors' SUMMER and Colro' JOSS* Students :r.'r.: ::: :'4/Ttr bent. a
error. f'
Telegraph regrets Alechus, County Courthouse12XS2SHEIBY taeturlna tennln mecnlne' and / :' tartlna. Call JOB ACTION
-The Editor t.01.
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SSSS: CfiSH MONEY SSSS .

BUICK c.nt>...". 177 v... -4oar.. .....llIc, Oc orcoale', .or.Z-AAUFM 72 GRWOIOfiBOStahon WagonmMtaMCOTWItlon
AllALUMINUM lot site.euMnutlc r dh>. attwr ... c........ 72-1563 '0 .A.PM. ( .
240 LB 7 treas.ha.,Air. .='=,read..y...- 477-2543.ner O"M. .I.OO*or beet cffer Call 374,4310.

CANS BUICK ELECTRA. 4 door hatchback.Lee CHE *r.T condltloiv !1m fR( )ry1YYWVANARF&isay IHA
::' : .na.45paed. Mutt twill, Air AM/FM/4-Track ml 'SO, -
...... .., Dad 1940 N'" Call 374- ora anytlma Must Sof 3734000 Or 3750102.:
Brook ransml.aon. lira. ..:: St
air
Recycling : 3747022
::17.1-43. 173 ..
J .11 CMRSVLKIt NEWPORT ,
77H13P. 71 C. """ 30 moo attcotlontcomtttton
'," > door ''''_ ......_ mass now paint. low m1//.-
HWYV18 Brooker Fla '69 H JAVBJf .dear.,kin: .on. w a, =:N.rlnU/br.ka.to air., natlc. OoOeornclat.51, nio0o1: .htuns
6155 2e.000n1tes 20 MPO........ ......... aflor.4. n Call ."or..... 3'.'S19, ._1.. ,A
al: iaturday S RM 1 to S PHI '....41.3.2". Call 372-4121 'n CHRYLS R. OOwar ..e. ','CO"V.TT..c"\
71
1074 AMC GREMLIN A""M 'liver.CADILLAC. Core .PeV/1la/:: : _-.._. January 15.1 In. callv aound. :M7/MO ho --tftnmit.
._.......... J
.,
.pow_.rearm.cW.N 1PeCt n. /400. 46413,after.. 9 too, wMiablua ,intarlor. *
Cash In Your Hand For Aluminum Cans Inauoq.a rack. Making, 51.0. -........CwWrlan..... S0.7o0ar beat- AM/FM mn ...-... StytJanf &*f
C.//earb.ra
] c1 00ndltIoon runs well145450.add
CHEVS1CH.IT CAPKICB .......' 144 CHBVV VAN Lowmlloaoo.
1973 .
4aaor. ..or.WIPM end .-r.i: 5 now' Itocht. brak.a ai :clutcltn *.
ln fatally robust by
................................ Only Irv/M.: 51000.Stud.nI.C.1 1 372.932 keep CHg: C LOV*>ll ftrrs TNUCK.>pm.U7. : enl Chan V s79o.C. Needs: 3294 tW'*13' :..mpg Oak ma-, 11 1

372-0013. Student. Terrace _21.__._,.-..

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AUTIFUL 2 Oil i2M 60,wilt Nice ''or.: ROI. bow LOka( > ISO : : a.ali.t't'
i porch and ancloteiHi, worhthooranleibla feat": .. MO rwt dMo ear 5sBc'a; MteTeeT": :; pt
on s country acres 2O S miles from Melrose. ft'. Owner backyard. cerport OwtielnarKlno -
minutes to MO: Cantar tsooo1723O34 will finance 3SOO down, total UMO down, llx 'inter Sip
call WICOSI9.000 can, 47mrRC avt. SJ5I 79/mo. 1341. se 32nd va
A Ave. CalH7."Mi.. 373.4471
IN WINDMBADOWS. lf 7S Nobel Tine In out,*. Central> Florida
T UX72 3 .... 7 ....... .t Woodt n : cabanafWiali..d o> C.total' mobMtiom. community Free ....., fenced! ecre screenedeorcli "4
c* 'laiKtscaoalr. brochuro Writ. Holt 1410,. ,
Leah carpal and carport anon.
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mid-ki377.aexcellent burg Fl 3J/4M Mon se.vu,aoo. 3743517 sign 5.
Ion. "' g.
TUNE 'V."IO"GNT. Stanford Ar... SPLIT FLOOR plan tr this 3
Llvw In Tha Counlrv I Iran. 3 5w, 2 Dats. fore bedroom. a Bath with oreat ,W
i on S aero or ew.2.602' ..." Mal dl nine room, lor .7Ir.ol.c..' Teem'. Jlreplace. and more
i both. Includa weber dryrcorKMrion oxIa.Irurn.fed./ Calve.f 16I0.00. \\r" .' A, San Bulldars
:
Goad Marvoath al 3M.Iw.IV. %79.MO Other waterfront 7t-
12 X.40 Slud.nt SOOC'.U 532'....."" ". .".... 'lot*from.7 SOO-M 500. I.
Jack MeCormack 'Hcalty-Kroliar M/LLNOPPER "D., 30 .
Reconditioned Cr1s
UP ? DMM30o thmuyad." ... State' '.rm: CO1V.TRY L/VINO Chi. land 49>-....51."n':' Oanlht. ralln0,a.ww8., g f
13/t, o3 lne.
bile' ] .t
Iocr. wilt
waMlna
RT'9 t NpM Cen/ar.3715470; 11 TWO BEDROOM. two bath 'InH000R. REALTOR 373.0463. Rd
;den. C""o town, Turkov CrM
f10. ready for I 1.-
i rpotl.b/a., 172.7175.'11-2031. t. ocCu. ,cv.44.700.. Douai' APPROX: 14tH, tractr.far "al. J"
I Son eu 1 s.: Inc.:713e7' DY Owner. Jest oft Newberry Ad. H
2 a sj set uo In oark c.I'r.'r' SANTA F. Lake Moot, 4 .*. 475.7437. d7J-:2omorm,72a. .
S...0.; J7J-M3* I! bath, cant ht A air.' furn. I'h ACr00-/n/.r10 b4ahou. tfocftt.. nice view, Barra, mobil.IOM.' ., road. "OLLINO L..O 57
473.1357.7.004Newfen.. 4/a ME: M': 2II.T= tS7ilS.Jll.HI IO act. .0i
f7.9Wo-ownar tinancino. 1M St .
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CRYSTAL ..... .,.J "C-
STEMWARE M BAV MIOH C. SIB Olnlne' OAR ABNVJLS -
I I ..- 0100. .'---. "* Wood set, or best error s. 5> .
aaliVMitf
: Specials : .. it, ........fy. .n....... p/M whit.srys1SO 01110 010- O.ar.a/I Hardware 2724242 to.
r- C.'n.4" 3d4W.unh.or"'A w. lot ..
000 CHATS approved P.*Aeapraw.
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sT 34m taxi.01a. Felt roofCAMFEH HELL tor r M a bed.I I i MA BUTTaA :.e
BEAN .
..., '1r q.0a.,p.. n.5l.elpbt ..-.... S7f or beat ..,.,. t Cole ... -0 A C.'HI' bushel..tlefl.r'n' II:

15% DISCOUNT 91t.Cal U AV I 3 stoves->M, :::'or.:s.m or+ I best. .a WINE:! C mina 11I Me97S3..01 j 6akln. L :::' .R"a
oe.....W.. low c:::::151., s9o .
: /. flea ext.. .lens. CARPET IN I..MAC"IN". ,- fk4
=.or. ct.s. ENChaua. 'ApprawlnN/v :: tAMIw1.' peal. ....Isola .//r Letk.v I.bloi '.II-
: on Ford Motor Co. ; i'' ] .' i'_.Cro ...... 525. marl-.nro'n.' .111......plat.:. r'eu,.'a l We,9a1 a< bra tatArm.r.wnts duet At pea ys-a411.Ie.NNn.esp, ,. .....
11 M l-MSS.00/moan. C./I.m.
Ii .t UV-EN S'Zo water bN aaa.adl/041.,
Parts .Installed in TYF[W .ITEei..iLBCOCICw: C 'i.f NHOUS fy ,.:on$125 film.Sta.oOf
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/ Ur.Mwood Parlmt-Offlp toed./. 30 a 4o510W. saasker512s C.il'7 "Rs
L.PI.UTBJ" 31f-4014 I1.VSI anytime. TON,*(issue* .111........a/4w19.....Imo wwawwfr.nor 6:30: weak-: 3.OIOOShoueey. .._'' '" j. j 1'IS+
Our : ..t'e ..
tl* Shop :-f a..1ON .a 325. c-. _Palms_electronic l46 tosee.TON...... A.OVf.OROUNO POOL.. w/111 !i'lAv.lAv.IA.. ... ? a... ..
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herd Shifts C.a. Inn. a1d... ..114 --"ce .. .It- _.... w. $4000. .... .. ..O'u.inaa ..
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Good May 29 thru 31 i q ',_ 37067. me,or ... ....... Ai,.cM/a Counts na.0.D/e/ 3745.00 afNY SZM _._ melon r/wdlte. policy .j'r 2.
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r"r WANTEDBRADFORDUNION 'TRYCKS.IWI FOR SALE > ,ONI BEDROOM APART 4k 7=, '
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:;""I .WANTIDi Hand made MINT Utilities furnished. Alit kinds, hog CHINESE PUG PUPPIES 5

SERVICES FOR SALECARPET BUICK WAGON Call 'OWNIR WANTS TO TltAOl,j I I crafts.'111....crocheting. Phone 9645261. TFchg F. wire, weldedwirs.?; ( barb weeks old. Registered
f& knitting ceramic decorations ONE BEDROOM furnished wire, wood,. jcholn' i link;, with papers." Phone
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ASSOCIATION for Retarded 964-8617. 5/22 Itpd 5/29., ,his 3 BR house in Starke for and Q '964-6670
baby Items far apartment: Infant only. No
IrM or,9646205..5292fpd
estimates. MANNING
.yi, CUSTOM MAD OVERORDEREDlFactory Citizens, Inc.. Seeking>' 197O '010,. Good ,a doublawldo mobllar .
Consignment shop) to open house ...... SI SO month 69.VEGETABLES.
.... FENCE CO,4734822.Keystone.
!-.. .0 0 APERIESlFreftnrestlmot 112 mechanical condition. '
,, price approximately applicants for the positionof home. Wade Behr Broker soon. Please. call Faye plus deposit. Phone FOR SAlEi
-, **. local I yard, Antran III-pepper Executive Director $250. Phone 9646497. 5/22 7823973. 5/1 TFN. Crauso, 782-3217. 5/29 9645812. Itpd 5/29. TFcng I beans
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00. distributors, brown. Call 4963859. 5/1 In 2tpd 5/29. CHAIN LINK, FENCE pick-am. Shelley
Bachelor
completely Degree TWO VIA OLD HOUSI on 2tchg '/5. MINI STORAGE UNITS
4'washable( nationally NORTH CAROLINA MOUN- business' special education 197t CHEVY PICKUP wtop.per. 2V' acreslawtay area. available In Keystone Hts.' material. Dp II "ou..1f green beans, squash and
;advertised Gardsetta TAINSilO acres Ideal for or human rotation Excellent condition. Only $1500 down. Wada $10 and Phone and ..v.. ,lnstallatlonavollabto. cucumber ready. George
small form three, 38000 miles. 6 cylinder. FOR RENT up Free ostlmates.HandyMon Kersey Bayles Highway.
OO.Draparlei. saw Enter. or anything you field or equivalent or Behr Broker, 782-3973 5/1 473-3193. TFchg B.
it.prises. Ed or lama want to use It for. All year* experience In client Phone 7880.5/22 2tchg TFN. ,'.nc., Co. Phon.964-5088. 1 tpd 5/29.
n wooded border Ad. 5/29. PALMS APARTMENTSl Fur- NEW AND USED FURNITUREand
Stephens. 4962219. a good services or Program BV OWN Ell, Completelyremodeled. 9648559. TFchgWATSON'S .
1 W.f91OTFN. gravel road which give access. ministration. Forward 199 CHEVY PICKUP Motor Waited efficiencies and 1 PERSONALSERVICES Housi Of oppliancas. Porch
-,> REASONABLE Small tree. Plenty of Mt. Laural. resume to BUARC, P.O. Just overhauled and n.w' .3 BR one both BR op..., weekly or mon VACUUMS Many brands rock... BARGAIN
..t and- limb cut or trimmed' Plenty of wild gome In the Box 509. ATTENTION: clutch. First $500 takes It. Family Room. Flreploco.Screened .. thly. NEW FURNISHED at now vacuum Used CENTER. US 301 South
*.'..I l Reasonable. ral... Call nearby forest. Owner Elliaboth Walker pros. Phone 964.8966. Itpd 5/29. porch, Central[ STUDIOS monthly only. machines available. Ports 964-6679. TFchg
.
rf-".Tony 431.1114 after 6 p.m. needs to sell this tract Stork. Florida 32091. 5/22 1975 OlDS CUTLASS 2 Dr. Heat a Air Nice Corner Lot 2313 N. Temple Starko. BILL'S. SAW SHOPs Compl.t..horp.nlng and accessorial for all PLUMBING FIXTURES. windows .
,):.l 518.500.00. Terms$2000.00 2tchg 529.EXPERIENCED. $1495. Terwlllegar Motors, in Saratoga Heights 1021 TFchg orvlca circular doors, pipes plus
OPPORTUNITIESVi down assume loan. BOOKKEEPER Starka, 964-7200. llcha W. Pratt St. Phone KITCHENETTES Ono BR hand corbldo. vacuum systems. 404 MW IO.OOO other items now at
,, Mountain .cabin withfireplace1. Ability needed Inpreparing 1974 FORD PINTO Wagon 9645639. Available Now. apartments, pool. TV AC chain, mower blade hollow 10th Avo.. Goln.ivllU.phono Bargain Center US 301

SECOND ANNUAL ARTS Dandy gardenspot. payroll tax $1295. Terwlllegar Motors,. 5/1 TFN.MOBILI utilities included. Totally ground and balanced 37..7110. TFchqUMEROCKi South. Starke. TFchg

.iur.AND CRAFTS FESTIVAL:For This I* a handy man returns, solos tax returns, Starke, 964-7200.ltchg HOMES Why pay furnished.. Weekly mon Leave at Jackson Building 20 yd. ..n>l ELECTRIC TABLE MODEL
Hamilton County will be special because It I.-not journals' general ledg.... 1974 BUICK REGAL 2 DR. mare? ANNIVERSARY thly ro.... TEMPLE MOTEL Supply. Starko or Keystone load only. ALLEN E. SAWt Equipped for 220v
. finished, Inside, roughed Some data processing experience Motors, 880 N. Temple Avo., Ht* TFchg
$1459. Purchase
Terwlllegar
f %.Saturday. Juno 7 from SPECIAL! your ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS TAYLOR Lawloy. Phone. electric.' $250. See at Bradford
.7hi':10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. It wife and plumbing com helpful. Slay Starke 964-7200. Itchg home from COMMUNITYand Starke. Phone 9647357. 782.3172. TFchg 135 W.
.,."i>4vlll be held' under tho pleted. Water and the outside nogotlablo Submit resumeto 1975 FORD GRANADA 4 DR. wo will help make 9/20 TFchg. Telegraph
colon
. ,... Pines at the arena 1'n I I. completed. Large "Bookkeeper", P.O. $1995. Terwlllegar Motors, your payments for 12 mo. MIMOSA MANOR MOIILI Phone 964-5148 or 9647619. TOWEL OUTLETi Many Call. Starka. 964-63O5. TF.
c.c'Vespor. Florida. Many deck overlooking mtn. Drawer A, Starke, FL Slorke. 964.7200.ltchg HOME PARK mobile homos TFchg and priced right. Alto GENERAL NURSERY STOCK
,'r'.;craftsman and artists will' You can live In it while youflnl.h 32091. 5/29 2tchg 6/5. 5/29. COMMUNITY MOBILE and spaces for rant. Phone REMODELING. BUILDING other Mono now and usod Special Priced.. Houseplants
be th..... There will be It up. 5 miles from LADY NEEDED to answer HOME SALES US 301 468-2912. TFchg REPAIRS New kitchen, Brlc-A-Broc Shop Hwy 21 one-half prica. O.C.
..food available Music all Murphy. $2..500.00.15.000 phone toke messages, WANTEDGOOD North. Open 9 to duik. I to EFFICIENCY APAKTMENTt baths, family roomt. Brick N of Keystone. TFchg. Carries Nursery 23 ml. SE
X" during the day. No admission down and assume loan. and outdoor dutlas. Must 6 on Sunday Phone Exceptionally clean and block. concrete. Fireplace REPOSSESSED Amana of Storks, an Hwy 100 at
.
charge. For 'information These are a few of over bo able to drive Phone PRICES PAID for used 964-8741. 5/8 TFN. well maintained newly specialists. Griffls Con. microwave oven: Only 6mo. Florahome. Ph. 6592165.
! on participating call 2000 listings. Wa have all 782-3991. Itpd 5/29. mobile homes II mortgageIs LAKIVIEW SUBDIVISIONSnear refurbished and 'furnished.SI40 tructlon. Phone 473-2108 .. old. Under warranty. 4/24 6tchg 5/29. .
i 904-792-1300.3/29 6/5 type of property from POSITIONS AVAILABLE 3/4 paid or mors. OliN'S Keystone, available mo. THE COVE or 473-2578. TFchg $184 cash or take over It FT. GLASTRON BOATs 225
$500.00 per act. and up. Storokeeper- mut have MOBILE HOME SALES soon I Pick your colors. 3 APARTMENTS Phone SEWING MACHINES pints of $18.11 monthly. hp V-hull. Vinyl top and
OWN VOUR OWN We hove mall tracts we ono year oxperlence a* 9".5606. Open 7 days BR. 2 both brick veneer 964-5063 for Information. REPAIRED All makes White's Sewing and Appliance many deluxe accessories.Just .
cleaned, oiled and ad.
BUSINESS) you qualify also hove several cabins stock clerk or related area. garaga. Lake access to 4/24 TFN.STARKEi .
weekly. TFchg Center, 3527 S.W. like n.wl! Call
will two related houses, old formes etc. Security Guard. ClarkTypists. for justed. $10. Work
Homo 3
you own WANTED Mobile home axles Bedford laka. low $40's. rent. Archer Rd.. Gainesville, Gainesville 376-3619. TFN.
.. First will Write or call for free listing Veterans If BR, 2 BA brick guorantoed. James
clistr1i"bwte you and tires Will pick up. low interest you qualify. veneer 376-4466. 5/15 TFchg. SINGER' FUTURAi Repossessed .
. Strickland corner Morgan
name brands ofmerchandise brochure You can call free pradierenco.Applicants MOBILE HOME Contact Stevenson Construction located In exclusive
be CETA OLiN'S Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg RCA IS" COLOR TVs Now was ana of Singer'sbest
eligible
i such a* of charge by dialing 1 800 must 7 Co. Phone Saratoga "Hoight
SALES 964-5606. Open .
: BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK Vista Console: modeil.Repossessed. models. Zig ,
sags
. Kodak Polaroid GE. 438 7421. Write or call to Phone Lou Ann Cooper 9645086. 5/15 Payments $329 mo.
week.
TFchg TFchg.
i Watlnghou Sylvanla day. Cherokee Land Com. 964-8092. Itchg 5/29. day a FOR COINS Gold..lIv.r DOUsUEWIDI TRAILI Minimum 6 mot. ,...... SERVICE Pump-outs. Pay balance darns, monograms makes
CASH .
Rasldentlal commercialand due $184.40 cash orassume buttonholes, stretch stitches
: Duracell or Everoady. pony. Murphy N.C. 28906. Call 964-5911 alter 4:30:
terling dental 17500. 4 bedroom 2 Industrial. Fully licensed polls of $20 mon does It all. Originally
: There Is no ailing' lnuolvj PRODUCItCarn Peas, p.m. 5/8 4tchg 5.9.
j ed. You need only service Tomatoes and Cucumbers. BIIRCH'SIPM gold GF scrap jewelry optical bath LR. DR. kitchen. SLEEPINGOOOMSs TV, Phone 964.8121. TFchg thly. Under warranty. sold for over '500. Pay oft
J.R. Bull-
frames, etc. Phone 473-2164. 5/292tchgj CARPENTER; specializing In White and Appliance balance of $144.10 cash
retail account established Also 40 Ib. plgt. Clem- rafrlgorator hotplofo. Sewing or
. for you by tho company.Socond mons. East lake Butler. PEST CONTROL Ingrain 964 625O TFchg 6/5. Vary reasonable, by week remodeling, screen rooms, Center. 3527 S.W. assume payments of
RENTl Small 2
i you will own ; Call 496-2595. 5/29 Itpd. WANTED TO THREE BEDROOM V/i bath or month. Underwood sun decks,, concrete and Archer Rd., Gainesville/ 12.80 monthly. To age
: related malt order film 964-5534 to 3 BR house: preferrablyIn ASAP.Responsible block home. Ono year old. Motel 3.5 mile north of block work. Phone Bud, 376-4466. 5/15 TFchg. calf credit manager collect.
: processing buslnoss. HELP WANTED the country. with Big shady lot. Owner moving Starko on US301. Phone 964-7816. 3/28 TFchg FOR SALE IV OWNER 30' x 904-376-4467. S/IS TFchg

:. Minimum Investment a Pest Control Protection o child. Please call couple 964-5608 must sell quick. 4/64-7114.5/15 TFchg ODDS AND ENDS WORKl 36' commercial building en REG. BLACK ANGUS BULLs 3
"995. Call Mr. Roger at EARN EXTRA MONEYs At alter 6 5/1 TFN. $27.500 unfurnished'or TWO BEDROOM APART- Painting plumbing. 301. living quarter y... old. 964-5922. 5/22
1-80O-633-4949 or write home good pay. No experience WANTED p.m.Dead or Allvel complete sols of bedroom. MENTi hooting and air con carpentry roofing .'c. upstairs. 35000. Cash tomortgog. 2tchg 529.SEWING .
..
Send Free .IImot. Phono
Namca. 2121 MontovallaRoad. necessary. Career Position Avail. Used washer a living room and dining ditioning. Access to swimming .. Phone 964.6235for MACHINES: Soars
S.W. for applications R.I.A.I with hutch and Phone 9648196. 9/29 2tpd 6/5.
Birmingham room sat pool.
condi 5/29. best with cabinet. Never
refrigerator Any oppt. to see) slid
WE OFFER GUITAR LESSONS Flat
P.O. Box 552 take lutl.r.FL. : pick.Ing. -
Alabama 35211.ltchg .. We will pick stave, $29.190. Phone 964-7652. 5/22 TFchg Nlmredpopup been used. S2OO Phone
32054. TFN A C- iMt |v"0)bb.A. tion. up. finger-style' and SEVERAL ITEMSl
3/20 chg 4 BIDROOM HOUSE 2
...dl.Aftd., -. Phone 964-7616 or 964-6496. FHA will finance. new tiros 782-3147. 5/22 2tchg 5/29.
INSURANCE PART-TIMElPlece work I DM win. *. 9 -7336. 5/8 4tpd 5/29. Also' will sell furnitureseriorateiv. Baths front and back rhythm techniques. Phone camper
$350. ROYCE 40 channel base CB.
Webster .America'sforemost .A pMHtaft wMft to tnml.Opportunity. WANTED TO SHARE: Mature 5/29 2tpd 65.x porch _.to". lot of 9647076. 5/15 4tchg 6/5. air conditioned
MAINE INSURANCE AGENCY dictionary com ."'0- .......... share TWO BEDROOM frame room no pots, ....6365 KEENS TREE SURGEON Also 100 amp mobile Stardu.t.r'.nt.nn..
ladles to country
: 160 S. lake Ave., lake pany needs home warders '__ anytlmo. Itchg 5/29. Trimming removal. 14 yrs.experience. home service polo, Federal Realistic power mika.' Must
Phone
small house with w/w
In
home town.
. Butler. 496-3978. CompleteInsurance to update local mailing If you want to really work 7823794. 5/29 2tpd 6/5. 14000. Phone 376-9721 carpet.or 3 BR MOBILE HOME AC.furnished Have 55 ft. Pacific $90. Double headed go as ..,. Phone 431-1082.
i Service. TFN lists. All ages, ....pe.ne.unnec..ory. CALL 473-3754_ 468-1425. Diana. 5/29 S125 mo., S75' bucket. Free estimates. tie-down augers for 5/29 2tchg 6/5.
. EVERYONE IS INSURABLEl Send Phone 7823733. TFchg mobile home 2.50 each.
name deposit 964-9261. 9/29 .
: 2teh. '/5. 'II'* .. I PONY GILT.iitItI"saddle,.brltrdhMtVOu
Immediate by address pumbor. ,.. 5/29. 964-68O5. 5/29
covarago phone to. tfnchg. ItRNISHRi Phone 2lchg
I phone.;." :'yor: .'USHER' Webster. 175 -5th' A....._" r .... ]1I1.:1ItL; .. -:"': YARD SALE FAKMsrainaiitdearproperties. !TWO BEDROOM:* AUTO I.PAlI.foeIJft.and! 6/5 ft .. .Jiw a.lt a'* Pho. .erif64.7931
; *
I AGE N CV9an'S'W. Suite II0Il-IS90-A--N&-:' .: ;; 4.5 BRi"7"8a"r"many ;: apartment: air conditionIng. domestic. Dona at my GERMAN SHEPHERD PUP after 7:30 p.m. fpc 5/29.

: 494.7<103.TFN York N.Y. 10010. 5/22 '* LookintForAT ...Ira.. and 2 IIR.1 ., S15O month. Phone home. Phona 48S-158O. PIES Phone 964-8057 alter
YARD SALE Saturday only. 3 ba paneled throughout. Itpd 529.MOTORCYCLE.
MONEVMAKING OPPOR. 9646201. Itchg 9/29. 6pm. I#chg 5/29.
1 LOST TUNITIESi$3S6 weekly Mobile Honta? miles South of Starke, US 'Owner financing. Phone FURNISHED.small bedroom REPAIRS! Factory 7 COWS AND CALVES 1
guaranteed. Work two 301. Watch for signs. 15299417. Itchg 5/15. house: matura, married trained mechdnlcs. Bull. Phone 782-3534. 5/29 MOBILC iMOMKj,
! LOST "oagwrit57M7.7pitbull. I hours dally. at home. ($178 ,I Special New 12 x60 "K Phone 9648957. Itpd 5/29. MOBILE HOMESl 1971 Villa couplo. '140. Socurity.. US-301 South 964-6020. 2tchg 6/5.' surv.ci Vous
i white with brindle for one hour daily) Free '7ItItS. Delivered Andk BIO YARD SALEl Thursdayand 12x52 2 BR Call altar 5 Walk to shopping area. 9/29 TFchg S. I
I _.r""they... C"IIor.Coll brochure-R.I.A.. P.O. Box '""y* 81 up. 500.000 wJt Friday. 3 miles from p.m. 782-3142.'S/.15 2tpd Phone 9645417. Itchg :. ftO*. AMPf 3
. 496-2O25. 8.5 p.m. ask for 552.B. take Butler, Florida Inventory To Choose "" Storks on SR 100 toward 5/22. 5/29. I '4,1114&

! Mark Link. 5/22 Itchg. 32054. 5/8 TFN. From -tc Keystone. Inside II raining. NEW THRU BEDROOMl 2 MODERN ONI BEDROOM 10 FILL e L1MIERDCIC e

, ? East Palstka -+C 9 until ? Sign In yard. both custom block homo apartment paved parking
Clothes, dishei toys, on Wilson Rd. This stone security lights and doors..
! RobertsRealEstate Mobile Home and 325160*' linens, books, baby Items, front home really stands no children or ...11. Phone. h SEPTIC TANK INSTALLATIONS

C 328-1689 and many more Items. out from the rest. Situatedon or apply after 5:30 NOTA .. .. ....
W2 jf. "JrI.. ....:- Itpd 5/29. a large beautifully MOTEL. %4-8265.830 N. Call I CIRDII BROS. 984-6750 : ; **'.| itr.k
! I I shaded, landscaped lot In Temple' Avenue '''''''.. : ri 'WwkeV.Mi
I Storke's finest 5/29 2tcha 6/5.
Llbb.'s Corn Beef Hash .70 Puritan OH 32 ox.. I.65 ono of
9b6 N. Sweet cam 16 a>. .2* Crisco Oil 32 01. 1.63 neighborhood It's truly a
Temple
964-7828 home with all the
! custom
Llbby's Cut Beets 16 ox. 16 Crisco 1 lb. can .75
I Llbby's Fruit Cocktail .45 Brut 33 Splash-en 7 ox. 1.00 extra, CH/A with heat 6 Different Models
I ASSOCIATES Tomato Sauce IS..z. .25 Solid Vanish ex. .65 pump. oatlnkltchencomes ,
! Weekends. end Evenings Call with appliances and
Cut Green Beans 16 OK .25 Hawaiian Punch Mix 1.35
! Richard........ .964-5595 Judith Flynn-.*..1314I S'mllw/lron 1 qt.. 1.00 4 pk.Bathroom Tissue .75 vinyl flooring w/w carpet
Ann Godwin.964-M59 Patsy Slfco.....6519, all In your choice of colors. .
I TNT Roach 4 Ant Killer 1.50 Sweetheart S.r.w..oo 1.00 '
I John lei...Is....."-HI4 William Canon 964-1704 Planters Dry Roasted Dove,or Lux 32 as. .90 Also has a largo family Beady to Show
....42<<1 1I and laundry
! Sensing Canon .".1704 Lucille Spry Peanuts I as. |jar .64 PlllsburyStruesal Swirl .80 room a area .
John R.Smith-944217These that leads to the garage.
I Kay Water 964-6941 Llbby's lite Fruit C'tall .45 LHebauySaap7ox., ..50LlbbV"
Act now and this home can
i .44 Ruth Bar 7/1.00
Tom. Ketchup Baby Candy
for New Financing at be yours for only S39.900.
: homes should qualify Wish I pint .50 Post Toastla II ox. .50
Phone 964-5092 or
! 11'A% maximum' Interest. Bartlett Peers 1'ex. .45 Llbby's Vienna Sausage .35 468-1918 now. RIDO.CKCONSTRUCTION.

Cut Beets BVi ax.can .10 f Ibs. Pup Chow-Purlna 1.25 Gall
i .SR it 1...-, BR. 1 .. IR. t-ceclloack yard, Vt. act. lot.SR ., 2'/i can Peaches .55 B.hold'unltu,.Polish :.75 5/29. )Itchg our office for directions.

I 104 fast-3 BR, IB. M. DR. appro. I acra lot. Red Kidney Beans .25 Llbby's Nectar 12 ax. .20 .

i Plnawaed Or. 1 Br. I .. LR. PR Dr. comer lot. Ripe Pitted Ollv.-...7S Kool Aid lea Tea Mix .10

: Pratt St. 3 BR 1 B, LR. FR. Den with stone, flreplece *2% Con Pumpkin .25 Planters Tortilla Chips ..65StayfmoSOpk. .............

! OR. Screened Parch.Seermg 02% Can Tomatoes. .50 2.00 Saturday\ Sunday ANYTIME
: St 3 BR. 1V4. .. IR-DR combo, Den lovely Sauerkraut .25 5 lb..\ugor ..1.75lIbby' WANTED :

! Vard. .Lite Raisins .75 ic
reaches. .45 sk. '
FR, DR. laundry .,.,.... 1 BUY
: Off 23M M*. 2B. U Ig. Pork* leans .25 Jiffy Peanut Butter 12 oa. ,.65 I TO : iC

I agna. let.i Sweet Peas .25 Ultra Ban .75
i SR 16 West- 1 BR.2 B. FR with Fireplace. M !K-DR Com.be. Hawaiian Punch 46.z. .40 Country Time 1,35 XC ASHCASH 964-5533

I All laundry'01. 1.15 Spaghetti 15% ... cen :.25 41C For Used Mobile Homes,ftf ,
I .1 '". 1 B an 2 acres.All appliances.' mcl.,screened porch. Salad Dressing fAll Mayors) Libby Tomato Juice 46 ex. .50 ( W* Pay Tap Price iC

I Woo an Morgan RI.I Wishbone, 0'.0, Drone 12... .65
I OUT-OF-TOWN Kraft 16 as. .10 20 trash bags 30 gal.. 1.50 "'328-1699 and 325.3807tc: '

.SR 14 West.-1979 Double Wide a*epre S'/i acres,IR.FR _soup .20 Pillsbury lost Brest B5' **...*- ""4C NO INCOME I LIMITATIONYou

D'. 3 BR. 2B. double. roof appro L *. 7OO feat frontage Navy fHans .,25rlllsbury IhroddedWh10..1.. .40
en SR 16-Very Reasonable Call TadaylLake Figurines .90 5 Ib. O M Plain' Flour .45 WellDrillina

Sutler-3 B*.2 B. Den A ...ewer I Sam tot-Sa. an HHmf Jk Pcaka Mix .50 Moc-A-RonIB Cheese .20 Can Make ,Up To .$50.Ob00 A Year.
231 Uta Butler. Moke owner en offer. MUnuto"' Rica.1 as. .35 die Can Drinks' .16

Crystal .k2 BR. IB. I*. FR. Kltchoa-Dlnlna.. Combo. Vanish, 1 pt., .SO Canned Milk '.30 --" '
I fenced yard. Arrow facial Tissue .40 Keebler French Vanllls 12 "Ttirufi''

.Stem ....- 12 room frame,house with .large out building All Dishwasher. <<1... lot .Cream Cookies 7/1.00 Fast Rotary

I en 4VI acre*. K_L.Ratlon Spot C..tll.OO Drilling' Equipment RffllJrdab".8QII1-:
.2-wooded .lots In Graham. area.Uwtay .
this week
.. BR, 2B, Great Ream with,flreplece. IR,pit Thom are Special Limit T T '.CENSED 1
.
16 ex. Pepsi I pk 1 with 7.40 food order .M
an 3 some wIth fully equipped kitchen.
.$ B.. t B. now krlcttoH Mlo. .lake ..... reduced' ..... t pk. Dr.Pepper cans With. .-.J'the Ad 1.00 :.J, Pumps
'
02 BR,J B, our Strait VRM or Sam, Urea center,laf wtthCrtlb GOT SOMETHING YOU WANT TO SELL O112 / 01 e .
< BRINO IT AND WE'LL TRY TO SEll IT FOR YOU New & lJ.ecj's.teP 1 I

.MM Snores";". Furnished DW. L.. FR./ >*';* BR,. : i /0. Jjl e re St .

2B. CH/A. .."ew.-1 acra*. ;-.. :' < Auction House : rtS r"\t'\ : :

.I..ce., .". 2 BR. 2 B,IR-DR Combo.CM/A. -en- eppra.. Lanrtey e.z T"S'Plumbing'. r a KXBbildor
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!KISu ......., t.....:"" 1 story,4 U,:IB.IR.FR. Dt;tHStark. /.*,,lIP: ..Pa". Stamps excepted. on foocl p>>fcri9sai; ONL V. : Pays'All Glosi.H-.,-osts &
.2ocrelot:'- -. -. -' .v." "I.. UsED TOOLS...GINHA(Mt.
.Brick.4,-Ceuatr M. VA* B Clots, U.BeovtlM:FR.with "..weeded..... Don.lot.,0titM.- ; ; Closed Saturday and Friday nights N19".4 thou 1J4'.summer P.M. ; :N6w l Installation .' \Jhere are obvious, reason'ill why Braclfora: t Cdo'ntmnVare, buying'mo...;' .

dry. Large KMchoa. Brookfast a_. CH/A. lara* Pattaoreoplvs 'hemoiiisling: ;' RepalrePiJrj : Affordable Ho ... Reasons like Quality Cor tr-t tien ;eramic tile.' .'
:- : S4t&la lon Guaranteed;Onr M Sabs .
.te.Iot.. .
poof, : '
SRIOO anat"*BR. I... IR, FRy DR. CM/A..I acra. "lei.' .. : I I I 'entries. Full, ''nUlatlo Convenient location; But there's' an equally .; "' ;

.Fe.eyM."r, -...*'A"s.'n'' 3f n ...- .nJ.; Good Reason for you to CONSIDER, .NEW AFFORDABLE HOME. IT'S ,..

Off SRIOt$*)11a,Beef-_' f*,*.*.!,MMM.... pp..opr an?appro.; 12.'"a 'ta*
.M J1 9 BBV'iW', apaoIa ro*. "1' money: YouWy find) an kffor'! ll.- hlwkit ''''-L--L--, ;Va'V ".
Samos@--.B*. 1'Jo .. IR. Don. DR,.....*. Vi acU lot. OLD BATHS & need.

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iow*_ ; cissn And Megrout Wells t Floats COMpANYt'I. .

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Donald Andrews- Survivors Include: twp sons,James
I Mrs. Lee Touchstone ;
Taibl. U Lillian Ft.Bridges' A/Ktnneth Van UPeltH. |(/$t. AIlgUBUne," >, "( "* .
'': Auwiao Taibl, age 74. of Grahaml Mrs. Lillian F.Bridges,age 75;i oW M'Monday.,Lee Touchstone. 70, died Donald the Gadara Lea Andrews section of, 50, who livedin (:11 FrancesMarion'VaitPeltDelanditwo : : \ ; :.1.';;; A> j yek..tid"Fi( (; t lda State Prison
'4 'in North Florida Regional Clay County, .
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'J;died in the Alachua County In the Starke Nursing Home Monday sister,Mrs. Gladys Clousevand "? sentenced to life In
killed In was prison
3hznata
early Sunday
lilne was morning
{ Sundaymornlng.Bom; In New York following a lingering illness. Born in Hospital after an extended a. Dollie A vera,both-of Cocoa her stepfather *
11 Circuit
accident the Gadara Tuesday, May 27.,by Judge
: Cemetery
i>May 24. 11101i, Mr. Taibi moved here Greenville Ky. June 22, 1904. a Born in Bradford Countyj"and' a" an of Cocoa and
Ralph Kellogg, Jr. for the
over 10 years 1110 from New York CI- member of the First United Methodist member of Lake Butler Church of Road. Born In Clinton, IlL June 25, four grandchildren. .R.A. Green, stabbing'
he moved to the murder of a fellow Inmate.
: ty. He was a retired New York Road Church, Avon Park; member of theO Christ Mr. Touchstone was retired 1929 Keystone Graveside funeral services were Middleton $
pled guilty to
Sunland area S from Willie
'< Construction worker and was a .E.S. Chapter 85, and the Rebekas from Training Center. Heights years ago conducted at :2 p.m. Wednesday, May second
'. Jacksonville Beach. A builder In the murder In the degree recentlyIn
,member of the Catholic Church. Avon Park, Mrs. Bridges moved here Survived by his wife, Mrs.* :construction 'and 28, ,at Brevard Memorial.. Park the Oct. stabbing death of fellow
industry, laiiRArmy
Touchstone 4' ?
Survivors include his wife, Mary C. 2 from Avon Park. Margaret Thomas ; Florldla'wlth
Cocoa
years ago Cemetery In ,
Air Force veteran, MJV" Andrew* Inmate Willie G. Reese durlngamovie :
daughters, Mrs. Annie Laura Harveyt was
Taibi of Graham; : daughters Mrs. Mrs. Bridges Is survived by a ', Archer-Tanner Funeral Home I In
'of the Faith. aSa + in the prison gymnasium. ::
Julia T. Griffis of Graham and Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Barbara Jean Bow*'"* I t Mrs. Patricia Pittman of Lake .- Baptist ; !, charge of arrangements. :
(lvorsinclude'his"wifej.' arla'f" Middleton is currently serving- *
Rosie Green of
.iJutler. Mrs.
'Anna T. Clayton of Hampton Lake; I of Keystone Heights; 3 sisters, Mrsl)
Escambia
son, Joseph A.Taibi of Astoria, N.Y.; Grace Baker of Boca Raton and Mrs. Murfeeaboro, Tenn. arid Mrs.//Gloria'' ,D -daughters, Mrs.:Terry''. Mrs Mildred LathamMrs. 36-year sentence from : attempted .
Miller of.Clinton, 111.1 Mrs. for breaking and entering,
;
Clyatt of Colquitt, Ga.; 2 brothers v County
of
2 brother* Calogero Taibi Effie Travis of Wyandotte, Mich. 7
; : Latham 62 residentof
: andRichart Wood of Havana, III., Mrs. Julie' Mildred plus a five-year prison
l'.Y. Taibi Jack Touchstone of Winterhaven rape
Newburgh, and Antonio Giovan-ol granddaughters and :2 great- Touchstone of Lake Butler; Chaney of Jacksonville Beach, and Rt. 2,Box 88,Starke, died Monday, term for aggravated assault and
Astoria N.Y. 1 sister Mrs.
Bada'iamente; Castro grandsons. 19 grandchildren and 12 great grand- Mrs. Janet Perry of Jacksonville; 1 May 26, in the Veteran's Hospital In possession of a weapon by ,a state
,
na of Flllipo Funeral services were held at 3 Gainesville Florida following a brief .
,
Mrs. Sonja Kinly of -:
children step-daughter prisoner. "
Sicily 10 grandchildren and 7 great Wednesday, May 28, in the
; p.m.
Chapel of Funeral services will be held today, Mobile, Ala.; 1 son,David:Andrews of illness. Inmate Charles Douglas Green, 24,
grandchildren. StephensonNelsonSmlthFuneral Jacksonville his mother, Mrs. Mary Mrs. Latham was born in Jackson to escaping from FSP last
Funeral services were held at U Home,Avon Park. Intermentwas May 239, at 2:30 p.m. in Lake Butler ; pled guilty
St Church of Christ with Bro. Eddie Louise Andrews of Keystone Heights; ville, moved to Philadelphia and Oct. 22 and he was sentenced to serve
Wednesday 28, In the In the Bougainvillea Cemetery.
May
a.m. with. James and Bro Harry ,Whitt officiating 1 brother, Gary Andrews of Jacksonville made her home there until she movedto UK additional months In state prisonby
Edwards Catholic Church DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home was in
Interment,.will follow In ; 1 sister, Mrs. Louise Brannon of Starke In 1968. She was a memberof the court. ":.
Father Martin Jung officiating charge of local
arrangements. and 8 the Bayless ,Baptist. Church of Andrew Elliott pledguilty
Burial was In the Santa Fe Cemetery Dekle Cemetery under the directionof Keystone Heights, grand- Inmate Phillip
Archer Funeral Home of Lake children. Starke. to aggravated battery of correctional -
at Lake. DeWitt C. Jones John Weeks O'Steen .
Hampton three daughters,
Include
Survivors :
Butler. Funeral services were held at 2:30: officer C.D. McQueen last
Funeral Home was in charge of th John Weeks 'J.W."O'Steen, age 67, Mrs.Vivian Bunslck, Philadelphia
p.m. Wednesday May 28, In the Lake Sept 17 with a homemade knife.
arrangements.Mrs. died Sunday in North Florida Mrs.Naomi M.Newton Hill Baptist Church at McRae,. with' Mrs. Barbara Byrnes,and MRs.Rose Judge Green ordered a prosentenceInvestigation
Regional Hospital after an extended Newton 57, the pastor, Rev. Robert Knight, of- Bryan, both of Starke; her mother, In the case. ,-
Mrs. Naomi M. age '
EdwardsMrs. illness. A member of Providence Saunders Starke one
Gladys Mrs. Annie ; for
residence ficiating. Interment was in the Elliott is serving eight years
Lake Geneva, died at her
Gladys C. Edwards, age 90, of Village Baptist Church and a Deacon, Thursday evening following a long illness Gadara Cemetery with arrangements sister, Mrs.' Genevieve Sola andthree no convictions for a robbery in Okaloo!
Starke, died In the Bradford County Mr. O'Steen owned and operated Born In Waycro, Ga. Feb.i7, under the direction of Starke; seven grandchildren County and for possession of:'a
Hospital Monday following a long ill O'Steen and Sons Farm Supply for 45 1923 and a member of the Melrose DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. greatgrandchildren.Funeral weapon by a state prisoner in DesotoCounty.
lness. Born In Frlndlay, Ohio on Nov. years.Survivors. moved services will be conductedat 5
Starke Include Ms wife, Mrs. Church of God, Mrs. Newton 2 today, (Thursday), May 29, '
25, 1889, she moved to the area p.m.
In 1923 from Jacksonville.A widow of Reva Roberta O'Steen of Lake City;2 here 3 years ago from Jacksonville. Mrs.Grace Helen Van Pelt at the Bayless Baptist Church with vestsation

Roy Edwards, she was a member of daughters, Mrs. Shirley Howard of Survivors Include 3 of daughters: Mrs. Grace Helen Van Pelt,67, resi- Rev. Dave Mederios officiating. Small pled guilty to possession ot.a
the Pine Level Baptist Church. Lake Butler and Mrs. Debbie Mrs. Margie White Keystone Mc- dent of 1515 Geiger Street, Starke Burial will be In Conner Cemeterywith by a state prisoner.The state
She is survived by 1 daughter: Mrs. Crawford of Providence; 3 sons, Heights, and, Mrs.Mrs.Arlene Linda Spence Fox of of Ft.Lake lied May 26, at her residence follow- Archer-Tanner Funeral Home of as weapon part of plea negotiations, droppedan
Coy
Johnny O'Steen of Keystone Heights, ng an extended illness. Starke In charge of arrangements.
Lucile Johns of Starke; 1 grandson brother William T. aggravated battery case. .1;;
Dale Brown of Starke, and 3 great Jimmy O'Steen of New York City and Geneva; 1 Lauderdale, 4 Born in Bismarck, Michigan, June .*:
grandchildren. Billy O'Steen of Providence; 1 McMillan of Ft. ; 21, 1912 Mrs. Van Pelt has lived in C;
Funeral services will be held at 4 brother, Ventrice O'Steen of Providence sisters, Mrs. Ruth Post of Umatilla, Holly Hill,Fl.,In Cocoa and then moved :

p.m. today. May 29, In the Chapel of ; 1 sister, Mrs. Ruby Ward of Mrs. Mary Tyler of of Jacksonville Adams Run,, to Starke in 1961. Mrs. Van Pelt

Jones Funeral Home with Rev. Providence grandchildren.; 7 grandchildren and 3 S.C.Mrs., Eula and Jackson Mrs. Jessie Morris of was a member of the Baptist faith. REAL ESTATE ;-
Burial great
Roman Alvarez officiating. Gainesville, and 9 grandchildren.
will be in the family plot in Crosby Funeral services were held ;
held at 11
Lake Cemetery. Wednesday, May 28, at 2 p.m. In Providence Funeral services were COURSE
Village Baptist Church with a.m.Saturday May 24,In the Melrose

Mrs. Dorothy R. BagwellMrs. Rev. Richard P. Heston and Rev. Art Church of God, with the pastor Dur- GENE REESE, ;:
wood L. Moore,officiating. Intermentwas
Dorothy R. 'Dot' Bagwell, age Harker officiating. Interment followed in the Eliam Cemetery at INSTRUCTOR :r':
In Old Providence Cemetery under
52, died Monday following a sudden the direction of Archer Funeral Homeof Melrose, under the direction of The Don Tennant School ?:
attack. Born in Hermitage, Tenn. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. '
;
Lake Butler. Of Real ;
Jan. 22, 1928, Mrs. Bagwell moved to Estate .
Starke in 1944. She was a retired Will Offer ;:-

Florist and a member of the Baptist I 14 Hour Post Licensing Coursq

Church. THOMAS METALS INC. June 7* e. 19.0 :;.
Survived by her husband,Donald VIVO p00MV J 0CDGP( ;:
Bagwell; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. July 12& 13 :
O.S. Dixon of Hermitage, Tenn.; a 138 E. Call St. Starke Fla. 9645890Starke's Aug. 9& 10 ;::
daughter, Mrs. Faye Ann Gay of Metal Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage Sept. 14 CIS ;:'
Jacksonville a Donnie Bagwellof Own Bakery 3 '
; son All Days 9 a.m.-5 p m. ;
In Mitered End Sections And Elbows
Starke; a brother, Ben Dixon of Specializing Must' pro-register ::
Hermitage, and 3 grandsons.
Funeral services will be held today. Graduation Job to hold space ; :
May 29, at 10:30: a.m. in the Chapel of tAl Buy Direct From Manufacturer And Save Stork Chamber of Commerce Bldg

Jones Funeral Home with Rev. JohnM. I Call for detalll' -;
Flynn officiating. Interment will FREE DELIVERY 473-7076 475-1255
be In the family plot in Kingsley Lake Cakes Lake Butler Fla. 496-2013 I
Cemetery. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Evenings 473-3265 :

Home is In charge of arrangements.

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