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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Policeman! .", Ol.lJV
Jordan Asks
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Police Chief M.M. Jordan requested 'CETA doesn't refund the position and funds for the fiscal year which started
the Lawtey City Commissionat the Commission doesn't approve a ..-. last October. The second CETA position -
its monthly meeting! Monday June cond officer then "I'll do the best I was refunded this year. 1.
I to consider hiring a fulltlme can." Jordan said.Commissioner Up until that time Lawtey had Lt
policeman for the next fiscal year. Marvin Rosier asked Charles D. Carter and David Huber
He pointed out that Lt. Sonny Jordan to prepare some statistics working as officers. along with Jor
Jackson whose salary is paid by the to be presented to the Lawtey City "
city from CETA funds: may not be Commission' a special meeting Huber Is now Police Chief In Greenville ,.
refunded by the federal program. Monday, June I, at 7:30 p.m. which is located between Ii
"Jackson has been the best CETA Chief Jordan agreed to prepare the Madison and MonUeello. Carter is .

worker we have had during the five statistics and have them available at employed with the prison system as a ,i t' .: The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
years the pro said.been In ex.llllance. the meeting for the Commission to correctional officer. .
." Jordan consider. Huber ran for Lawtey Police Chief ;:
Jordan stated the City of Lawtey At one time Lawtey had three police and was defeated by Jordan in a close 4 p f 11"+, 1011t Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy I''
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should pay .for. a second officer ft officers with,two paid from CETA election. 46th Issue Thursday June S. IBM USPS 082-704 ,
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Utility Installation






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75 ''Homes PlannedAffirmative



action on two proposed! Dalewood Water said that Newmanhad

.. it 4 ? subdivisions with a potential of 75 already spent some $10,000 providing
t new homes In Starke, was unanimously adequate drainage for the
approved at Tuesday night's, (June development by cutting a canal
3)), brief City Commission session.In throughrow property from Highway

quick order. Commissioners ap- nlee Road. This canal connects -
proved Street Chairman Wilbur with the one running southwesterly
from US-301 to SR-100 via
Waters' separate motions allowing cI-
,. ty street crews to proceed with laying The Apartments property and on to
water and sewer lines to serve the two Alligator Creek, Waters explained.
areas. The developers Longchamp Questioned after the meeting Dees
Homes, with 37 lots in Knight's subdivision said there would be no problem in
south of Andrews Street, and regard to providing utilities In either
Ronnie Newman's 48-lot Dalewood development and no waiting period
iMl subdivision on SR 16 west,will pay for necessary for further engineering
materials fees studies. Dees said the Longchamp
sewer ,
4 4,1t necessary tap
J+P and streets.In property already has a sewer line
the case of Longchamp, the running down its middle (an extension -
developer will pay for paving and will of Walnut Street, not yet opened),
reimburse the city at the rate of$1,500 and that the present two-inch water
per lot to cover cost of materials and line on Andrews Street will be replaced
labor on the sewer and water lines.CI- with a six-Inch line with. laterals
ty Utilities Director Merrill Dees had into the property.
figured costs and reported that the ci- Waters said It would be necessary
ty would come out all right at this for Longchamp, to present an ,
figure, Waters said. engineering study of the proposed .
In the Dalewood negotiations, street paving to the Commission for
Newman offered to pay for all ap rovalsaid
materials. Including the one fire that work will probablystart
hydrant needed .to start with, and first In Dalewood. and that the
would also pay the $720 tap-on fee re- Installations Longchamp's subdivision
quired by the city for hookup to each will begin as soon as city labor is
house. The city agreed to provide available, hopefully within the next
labor for installing sewer and waterlines few weeks. .
and also some 700 feet of main Tuesday's action on the Longchamp
sewer line to the project. Waters property covered the first phase Including f I.
estimated that cost to the city for 21 lots..The additional 16-lot I
labor at Dalewood should not exceed phase will be negotiated later Waters
800. said.

Newman said that present dirt I
streets built in the subdivision some
time ago would not be paved. In Alcohol.Plant
F e .4 .14 4'' answer to a question by Commis- I

'i1lolulr: Charles ,Schaefer, thedevelopersaid .. ". ,-. :".. .v.f-t' ._._.J,....,
he wes not required to- -
pave the streets since the city's pro- Loring"okay
posed new subdivision code has not P r
been adopted and a plat of Dalewoodwas Reclassification of 9.5 acres In the
approved by the city in 1957. New River area for the manufacturing -

Scott WhItehead, who will construct of potato-to-alcohol fuel was ap-
the Dalewood homes,said that paving dissent.proved by the Zoning Board without

la required only for streets serving
The zoning change was also approved -
houses financed with VA and FmHA
the Commission at its
loans, and is not required for those by County
June 2.
Monday,
meeting
built with conventional loans.
-- the
No to'protest .
one appeared
In the for
presenting case
,
rezoning of the 9.5 acres on County
Dream Big... Road 235 (Brooker to New River), ap-

It's a challenging world so dream, and dream BIG. Coach: Charlie Pell center: eipals Charles F. Hail and Charles M. Thomas proximately two miles southwest of
below, told BUS seniors. Valerie Davis, below right was one of the first coeds to get her diploma and It's Amnesty Time SR-100) (west), from Open Rural (OR) I
Mortar board In place a senior coed (top photo) searches the crowded BHS have her tassel tossed from left to right by Supt. Tom Casey as she marched to Light Industry (MS), for construe-
stadium perhaps for glimpse for where her loved ones were seated. across the stage the applause of the 3.000 present.
At Its meeting Monday night, the school: board complimented Principal Jim Through June 14 (See Alcohol Page.12\)
The senior boys; below left .da'IM a firm handshake from assistant ,riD- Duncan: on how well the graduation exercises went off.

At Public Library Mlle mOWn (!drier I:;


It's An Exciting, Treacherous World, Coach Pell Tells Grads 2,587.060 Bring back books our are books.stolen Over from

libraries In the United States each

An exciting, challenging but treacherous world awaits the brightest, moat Intelligent "No two events are more meaningful! Pell told the BHS !seniors.In year. This means that $94,960,320
Charlie Pell told the dollars of our taxpayers money is
generation ever commencement speaker I960 her welcoming address Sarah Faulky salutatorian of the Class of 1960,. stolen annually.Books I{
Bradford High graduating class Friday night May 30. reminded her fellow students of the "pride in oneself' fostered by the"values are money. The money to
Graduating from high school marks a major step on the calendar of life said you have." Miss Faulk cited the value of hard work Installed by parents and buy books comes from you. The loss
Pell head coach of the Fighting Gator footballers of the University of Florida.. teachers, the. value of knowing right and wrong, and the value of friendship of rate of missing books at the Bradford J
Some 3,000 guests attended the I960 commencement. of the 190-member classmates. County Public Library has doubled

graduating class on the BUS football field. Students have pride,not only in themselves but in their country Miss Faulk from 143.05 last year to $309.30 this I
The world Is exciting because current high school graduates. have been taughtby year. This does not include the ap-
the best education system In the world: said. proximate $300 worth of books that 11
"So dream and dream big," Coach Pell challenged the 190 graduates.The "We thank God for the opportunity to live in America and most of all for giv- are checked out monthly and not I
work Is challenging and tough, but opportunities are there. Somebody ing us life," the salutatorian said. returned.
will realize what it takes to conquer challenges someone who works relentlessly -, In her farewell address Betsy Yawn, valedictorian of the Class of 1980 with a Please return the library's books. ---I\MOA! Y.JUNE I'
and by faith. Pell said. perfect 4.0 grade point average reminded the students their carefree days are Book budgets are small and the CHAMBER Of COMMMCI 1
The world Is treacherous because life throws roadblocks: wherever you turn now past,that they are no longer by social: standards,children. But. Miss Yawn average price: of books has escalatedto BOARD LUNCH MEETING
Pell said. Confusion frustration 'face everyone and must be overcome in added, childhood is a foundation to be taken Into life. around $13 per title, which means, Mil P.M.-Gordon l 1_
realizing challenges, he stressed. Consider the future seriously not Just Immediate Happiness Miss Yawn urged libraries can buy fewer and fewer _. ,
If the clock: could be turned back to 1959 when he graduated from high school her classmates. books. Other people might want to .. --'--' ;
Pell said he would work hardest at learning how to listen. Pell said research has This generation of students is not the first to be plagued with problems as they read that book you haven t returned. --"SATUItO"l..lIoI.JLIISCUIT
,shown pools can listen ate rate of 500 words per minute but can talk at only 125 go out into the world Miss Yawn reminded the '80 graduates. Her brother faced Return missing books to the IATIN CONTEST
words minute. Pell joked his wife Ward Pell talk In of 11 the Great our .... ...,
per Although, can gusts the Vietnam War. her parents World War. and,her grandmother Public Library during Amnesty Skoeter'e .u.
"up>> to 250 words per minute. Depression of the 1930's, she pointed out. Week June 2-14. Take advantage of .i r.M.
Most trouble in families and between teacher and student Is because "we Into better ,
I regard unrest as a challenge. Suffering hardships shapes us this one time offer and return our *-ca *.
don't listen" the Head Gator said. human beings" Miss Yawn said. PtANUTOAV
books fines and ask
no questions
.., Early In his remarks, Coach Pell said there are two occasions: he wants mostto "A tear, a prayer and a wish for a wonderful," was Miss Yawn's farewell ed. no Spoil......by '
:. see his football playersat graduation and at church. to her classmates. ,1C1aCIuIo I.M
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',Public Defender To Move Offices; To Old CcSpace ] nirthouse' .-, '.1 ,tic' : Ilk.....FISH Urfs1.....FRY len


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upstairs In the old Bradford defender;"- who had approached i" the money will be going to a public agen- director L.M.Gaines to look Into waysto bill, we shudder" Commissioner .i., MONDAY.JUNE
courthouse: will apparently be leased board a for the first time, than a private individual, cut the phone bill which ha* been Maxie Carter told' the public IAWTIY BUOOCT NEARING
to the county commission so the to move the Stare quarters. Judge Sanders told the commissioners running $300 to $400 per month commissioners defender. Parlapiano said It would bea {': COUNCIL MISTINOTUiSOAT.IUNilO I
and agreed. said. good time to look into ways to cut tit hs0 P.M. ..
public defender's office can move they
rented Judge Sanders suggested a monthly Gaines suggested perhaps the the phone. bill while the. move Is being r ,
there from present quarters on. ,
rental oof $579 to include utilities and
could be made.
made and defender phone
public
Call Street owned by attorney_ While the move Is being
Janitorial service. The is I
Wolbert county now since new phones must be Installed in hooked Into the central switchboardat
paving $300 month $100 BROOKER COUNCIL
, per the old courthouse offices the much- the new courthouse perhaps a j
Only details of the move remain to said
uUlitiea, commissioners The 7iMP.M.HAMPTON .
toll-free line could be rented cheaper ... ,.
be worked out between County At-J discussed phone bill of the publicender'a I
Wolbert office the *
now occupied by .
of MM toll calls. "
office here will be looked than the cost '
Dudley Hardy and Chief Index. '< t.
Pub public defender has approximately "Every time we look at that phone .. COUNCIL
Defender Alan ParlapUno.-A- 900 square feet of space the courthouse Into Chairman Shuford asked zoning ; 7304.....
July 1 moving date la anticipated. offices -. Two Sections
some .Judge
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Chairman. Dave Shuford told Judge, Sanders said. SECTION AtMews. : .' "a N.1,, ;;",. Oourte.v or I';
Set Skeeter'aSkeeter's j" "
At ,
Biscuit Contest < '
Eating .. ... 2A.12A' 4\0> : ;
Elsie Sanders' who Is also vice- Chairman Shuford asked attorney ,.i.Pages 1
president of the Board of Historical Hardy to work out the details of the : Breakfast House. U.S.-301 about si. mile south.'of SUrke la having a Editorial.... .. ....... Page 4A ,.'. ;,-:'JACKSON BUILDING
Trustees which owned 'the old Jesse and a monthly rent. June 7, at t lportl..... ..... ,(.P.9.t 7AMA :,' '.
Big Biscuit Batln" Contelt.Saturday p.m. (* Of'taike"; "
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building now listed in the'National ; Space Involved Include Judge Anyone enter see who can eat the most Big Biscuits\ in 32 minute Society. Pages (AA4ALeaals
George Patten's old offices the may and Real ..t.. ...Page. UA '
Registry Historical Places,thatcommissioners the First Prize will be J :Ht" ;J6/ ,804-6078
are unanimously in former Jury and the offices occupied breakfast and SECTION t .
and Skeeters Famous big country tII. .IO" '
rooms Ya'U come out anytime try N0.UnlNr5 "
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f.vorol the move.The.Judge recessed by live music. News Briefs Page 4* 'nu And lunch feature .
his One advantage of the theeourthOUllt' They country O..I'u.rl.. ...... .. ..Pogo 7B '
courtroom to make pitch to the move to Skeeters Breakfast House Is seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. r. 4/3-4973
commissioners .for the public la that the county's rent Ya'll come. open .' Classifieds. . .P..*....,a,
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TELEGRAPH June S,1980



I Brookerlnstalling Wet i tank ,,'i,;.Lauw-ey' t@6Iitin nded" I



customer! that Will'be served by (the '
Work hM started in Brooker on He Indicated the project will meet new tank. In Audit Report

erecting a new 50,000 gallon water the August S deadline. He Indicated the weD is being
tank for the city and It should be com- After the tank is erected both the in- overhauled lilt''the present time and it working capital of$17,302.
books In good shape
sandblasted r "The are
and will be very
side outside
pleted by August S of this year,accor- will be ready to be put in place when that Water Department SuperintendentBarry
Inside usual. I commend you you
to consulting engineer Jerome by work crews and then painted construction as O. Witts presented a letter to
the workmen"4ftrnplete
Kelly of Sverdrup and Parcels and and out, according to Kelly, The mil- t. have been prudent with investing. the commission asking for; an Increase
of the site.:
said Auditor Pat Farnsworth when he
tank Is actually used but Is "new" to from 137.80 a week
Associates of Gainesville. salary
In
The well*will Be placed behind the of the audit to the
The new tank should be in place by Brooker.In March. 1979 the City of Brookerwas City Hall In: Brooker and on property commission presented a,copy for the fiscal year ending to$130 a week.The misted
this month. him the
the end of owned by thai state where the unanimously to grant
and obtained last September 30.
awarded 1124,000 grant
Mechanical and Chemical Equip- a '
Malrket'ls ,
located. The town
Farmers 'sheet shows the halarv.
the The balance
ment Co.. Inc., of Brandon was a f4Sooo loan from The council signed lease with the state to fund with assets of $78,554 H.E. "Shorty" Priest was sworn In
awarded the contract for the Job and Farmers Home Administration. general commissioner at the
north of hall. new
put the well'just city Enter- as a
will be paid back over a 40yearperiod and the Water'Department
workmen have been In the loan succeeding Ben McCulley
their Prior to the loan being granted the VlHarold meeting,
of 723.
Fund with assets t435
Brooker area since April, accordingto Kelly at a indicated five percent there interest.are 110 town council agreed that loan prise The audit shows the City of Lawteyin who resigned two months ago due to a

Kelly. payments will be'due. on September the general fund with total job conflict. -
first of each'year.' S.Leake of $138,783, exoendltures of Priest, 89 was the only person to
revenues
Brooker furnished evidence that it file for the seat and will serve until
of over
revenues
I Courthouse has 110 water users who have agreed IIampton'Baptist $97,051 and excess of December when the seat goes up for
Set 141,732.
I Facelifting for expenditures term.Priest is a
to pay monthly water bills. Fund balance according to the election to a two year
To Host EvangelistHarold station operator and
The council adopted water bill rates audit showed on October 1. 1978 of retired service
"new" Bradford Copper flashing will be applied to the 'as: the first 4,000 gallons of water S..' Leake, nationally known $55,975 and fund balance on has lived In Lawtey for 34 years.
The 12-year-old
will a 13,107 facelift top edge to shed the water back onto used-$5.73 per' month. minimum; evangelist from North Carolina will September 30, 1979 at$76,472. Myron Prevail Jr., of Keystone
courthouse contractorErnest get Triest, who the roof rather than down the front, next 2,000 gallons-$125 per thousand be preaching and singing nightly, The water department according to Heights was hired by the commission
built from the North Temple Avenue structure Triest said in a presentation to county gallons; next'' 2,000 gallons-$1 per beginning June 8 thru June 13, 7:30: the audit shows a deficit of $29,261. as Interim attorney replacing Starke
who has been
commissioners Monday morning, thousand gallons; after 8,000 the Hampton Baptist Church The audit shows operating revenuesat Attorney Richard Welty
in 1968. June 2. gallons-$.85 per thousand gallons. located on State Rd. 18 in Hampton. $27,881, operating expenses at suspended from practice for six months
Two heavy coats of water proofingwill of original, of by the Florida Supreme Court on
Presentation unique loss $2,347.
an operating
$30,228 or
the front of the will Florida Bar
Fixing building of the
be to the front of the recommendation
applied songs accompanied by the self-styled Sources of working capital In operl'tlons
which is beginning to turn cost 12,459. will Association.: Welty will work as a
building, Bradford-Union guitar work of Evangelist Leake, of the water department amountto
will be to fix the
black from water which flows off the Another$648 spent be featured before the message, having $19,310 clerk for Prevatt during his suspen-
top of the building, and will be front yard where some of the concrete Realtors-Associates an appeal to the entire family. The audit shows a net decrease In sion.
guaranteed to last at least five years. and slate slabs are rising up, ap- Receive Pins The evangelist was saved called
from roots pushing them
parently up. and entered into the ministry as a
In another building project, commissioners Martha Dorko Byron Terwillegar, teen-age lad -conducting services in
decided to open the lone Sally Killian, Ann Rie ke, Vickie Nor- his early ministry In jails, tents, rest KWIT
.= Property Improvement bid the county received for putting a man, Novls Ward,Sylvia Reddish and homes and on the street, as well as be- Now you can forget about chlnchbugs, thank to Scott's*. KwM.
M The$8,100 Vickie Powell received Realtor- occupied with the Controls chlnchbuas, ants earwigs and sod webworms.
Under new roof on the county jail. ing continually .
Contest Way full months.'Clean
bid from Steve Hayes ConstructionCo. monthly Thursday evening at church related responsibilities of .Long.lasting chlnchbug protection-up to two
= There is still time to enter this con- of Starke was opened and accepted the dinner meeting of the Youth Director in Sunday School and lightweight easy to use-nothing to mix chlnchbuge.or measure.
R feg 5 test. Why not go ahead and paint that by the commission. Bradford-Union County Board of choir ministries. Get your Scott Kwlt now-and forget about
53 room you've been planning on pain- Realtors, Inc. at the Holiday Inn. lie Is assisted in many meetings by
The roof will be sloped using president of the
new Courtnay Ray, past
will' ventri-
all spring No improvement his wife, Brenda, as singer,
33 ting
trusses, as opposed to the present Clay Board, was in charge of the In- and the
of
be considered too small for you to use loquist and teacher ladies
jsa 30-year-old( flat or built up roof. duction ceremonies. Vrrnie Odom,
Tom and
as your entry. two children, Jenny, playing
:33: DO IT NOW. DON'T FORGET TO The lone bid had been held unppen- Educational Chairman and Cecelia musical instruments
23 TAKE YOUR BEFORE AND AFTER ed for a month while clerk Gib Brown Terwillegar, president, welcomed the The pastor. Mark Brown, extends a
=3 PICTURES. Deadline for entering sought more bids, but Brown said new members. attended' the cordial invitation to all to attend these r
your photos is June 15, 1980. Mail aU Monday he had not received even one Others who services to benefit from the limited
55 entries to Bradford-Union County more bid through requests though "Orientation Day" in Orange Park engagement of this widely used
53 Board of Realtors. Inc., 2309 N. Tem- local contractors had been asked to recently will receive (their pins at a evangelist while he is in this area.
date Lillian Pearson (Is
SSZ pie Ave., Starke, FL 32091. No photos submit bids. The board then decidedto later
returned. If require additional bid from who Membership Chairman. ;
:XSS will be you open the lone Hayes, member of The Housing
Ralph Bryan
Jss information about the contest, has offices on North Temple Avenuein
: = call local realtor. Starke. Authority, spoke on some of the Bayless Hiway Baptist
your
= details of the 7 million dollar Bond Sets Vacation
== Program and had a question and
Bible SchoolThe
G
I Southside Elementary School News answer Mrs. Terwillegar period. thanked Harriet annual Vacation Bible School
Bryan for making copies of the will be held June 9 thru June 13 from 9 Control"
12, Miss DeaMoredock's enjoyed a trip to the Pizza Hut and Bradford-Union By-Laws and the tit 12 daily at the Bayless Hiway Baptist Lawn Insect
On Monday, May invade lawn.' Sod webworms and
Every about this time Insects start to your
Gainesville Tuesday year
class went Santa Fe Zoo in on membership lists of Realtors and Church.
second field grade which In- May 20. The children were thrilled Realtor-Associates and distributingto Boys and girls from 5 thru ages 12 chlnchbugi do Iota of damage, so brown spots start showing up In your lawn Othersare
to Gainesville for a trip the
Control
nuisance, like ticks and fleas Scott'Lawn Intact onswarfor
Florida State at being able to make their very each office. are cordially invited and urged to at- just a
cluded a visit to the Each child able to pick fun of both Just spread It on your lawn and these Insects plus many others will stop
Twirl own pizza. was Janet Starling, Chairman 'of tend to enjoy the learning more
Museum and to Doug's Dairy
their dirty work fast. It's the new way to get your lawn back from the Insects.
easy
for ice cream cones and later to out his or her favorite ingredient to. Private Property Week, encouraged about Jesus, crafts and recreation. -
Westside Park for a picnic. It was a put on the pizza. They were yummy I Realtors to participate In the Property Commencement will be Friday June Spread It anytime they become a problem.BIRCH'S.
wonderful day for the children. On The children also enjoyed a picnic on Impro-'edment Contest and to call 13 at 8 p.m.
Friday May 19,they participated in a thanks at the Santa Fe Zoo Our her for details. If you need a ride, please call Rev.
field day with the first and second to the mothers who helped out Others participating in the programwere M.D. Medeiros at 964-6340 or Essie L. IPM
grades.The class won first place over on the trip Mrs. Green, Mrs. Paul Faulkner who gave the in- Crosby at 9647445. We'll look for you
all the second grade classes. Williams and Mrs. Sellers. The vocation; Susan Faulkner- at Bible School.
Everyone In the room received a blue following students are making excellent secretary's report; Delano Thomas- Rev. M.D. Medeiros PEST CONTROL SERVICES
ribbon to take home. How excited progress in their reading treasurer's report and Gene Reese Pastor
they were! books: Adam Moseley, Larry Green announced the beginning of a new 320 N. Temple Ave. 964-5534
On Monday May 12, Mrs. SandraDuncan's Denise Jones Sam Rambert Sam school for P & P I of Real Estate at
fifth grade class was for- Williams,Demetrius Cloud and David the Chamber of Commerce on Junes:

tunate to have Mr. Cliff Chapmancome Maruca.On 30. "A poet can survive anything fill 1 Ineun.*/% .",... h'ftv I'Mr.n""-t
and talk to them about the May 15 the fifth grades went to ft Mrs. Terwillegar asltad anyone that but s misprint." Oscar Wilde I A! UI.G 1.10 id""l binth'or1zed: _retailer.Father's .:M\ .> _.11
respiratory system. He also Gainesville see the move, Plppl., Jcoulii>'to;Alcana. a.tMMr"me Florida ( ...._ r 10 '.. "' ," ,Ii
demonstrated the Resuscl Anne Long tfCkllt"Mtef.th8 4novtp the': KAssociation.i'ofTBealWits! iJWid-Year

model. The children were then given group took tfcjulck guided tour"of the' meeting at.the Breakers,,:tin Palm - -
the opportunity to practice on the Devil's Millhopper] State GeologicalSite Beach June 11-14.
mode A question and answer period and then went to Waldo for a pic- The next Board meeting will be
followed. The class would like to nic lunch.In June 9, at 7:30: p.m. at the Chamber of La-Z-Boy SALE
thank Mr. Chapman and Mr. Scott Mrs. Sandra Duncan's room the Commerce. The next general meetingwill Day
Taylor for the time and helpful information following people are to be recognizedfor be a dinner meeting at the,
given them. perfect attendance this year<< : Hal Garden Restaurant June 19 at 7:30:
Mrs. Charlene Ennls and Miss Wood Louise O'Qulnn,Johnnie Clark p.m.
Susan Bennett's kindergarten class Dale Brown and Jody Baldwin. Chairs s

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Straight A students for the sixth six Mrs. Winkler presented the follow participating In classrooms and the t
weeks grading period were: ing silver dollar awards on the last throughout this year By Elisabeth. G. Walker, phone Greater Allen Chapel AME Church the meeting plans were made for the
Second grade Tommy Balkcom. ,day of school: The TaUt and the >EMR classes, M4-MS3. The Young Adult Choir anniversary State Convention In Tampa June 5-*.
Allsha Manning. Steve' Thornton and Highest reading scores: Noy under the direction of Mrs.W.M.Ran will begin Friday. June 7, at 8 p.m. Julus Royal, Commander and
Noy Srivtbul. Shrvibul and Steven Thornton! ; Moat dolph. Mrs... Linda Hewett, Mrs. Dell Chapter,: 1M OES monthly Various choirs in the county will be Carolyn Cummings, president, of the '.
Third grade, Mitchell Gray and reading, June mallsgubb Yvonne Long Ms. Priscilla Alson'' meeting will be held in the Masonic app"ring. Everyone is Invited. Auxiliary. lof
Shawna Blom. Sean Powell; Most growth presented an elaborate program on Hall on Brownlee Street Thursday, Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Concerned Citizens ,,
Fourth grades Robert Thorpe.Chad .jects, Angela Parrish. May 11 in the SES cafeteria. The program June 12.at 7:30.: All members are asked Worship 11 a.m. The choir anniversary Chicken Dinner> ,'
Thornton, Felecla Davis and David From Mrs.Tetstone's second grade Included: to be present, please.( will continue at 3 p.m.The publicIs Chicken dinners will be on sale at I.;
Thorpe. class: Yong Sue Hankerson. Train Pledge! to the Flag and song, NAACP monthly meeting will be Invited. the RJE cafeteria Saturday June 7 ,
Fifth grade: Kelley Jackson, Tam- Blye and Vickie McFarlane had America, by the audience. I held Monday June 16, In the annex of Mt. Morlah United' Methodist from 12 noon to 2 p.m. f
my Moody Melissa May, Logan perfect attendance this year. Awards General Introduction. .. Mrs. Ran- Allen Chapel Church at 7:30.: All Interested Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. The The menu consists: of oven broiledor
Ricks Maria Thomas and Steve were presented on the last day of citizens and members are in- Children's Day program will be barbecued chicken, yellow rice
Jones.In school 4n Reading, Writing Math,' = Time Barona Henderson vited to attend. Business of vital Im presented immediately after Sunday collard greens or green peas cornbread
Mrs. Nolin's first grade class, Citizenship and English.p Lot.DanceAmen portance. The help. of everyone is School. Everyone is Invited. or rolls and cake.
Tresa Robinson, Symatheria Griffin Mrs. McClelland Is proud of the ; Bounce: Your Knees needed. Pleasant Grove United Methodist Dinners are $2.50. All proceedsfrom
Ricky Whitshart and Corey following students In her homeroom' =Darrell Rich and others. CHURCH ACTIVITIES Church: will have Sunday School on this sale will go toward Concerned
were awarded certificates for perfect for having perfect attendance: for this Play The Happy Health Children Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist ly. Regular services will be next Sun- Citizens' Fund Raising Drive for
attendance. Corey also received an year: Brad Green, Barbara Motley The class. Church: Vacation Bible School day. June 15. the maintenance of services sponsored
award for good behavior in the Stephanie Sams and Donna Yourtts. Balloon Dance Sylvester Lot will be in session all this week. It will Calvary Baptist Church: Sunday by the organization.
cafeteria. Fifth grade students and teachers Sharon Davis, and Barona Hender: terminate Saturday with a picnic at School 930.: Prayer Meeting Thurs Please support the organizationthat
Alex Coleman received A's In, at SES would like to thank the PTA Sampson Lake. Everyone Is Invited to day. 7 p.m.Church Is working to serve you CON-
Reading and Mathematics and a for making their last school day very son.Puppet Playlets The Billy Goat's .attend. Sunday services will begin of God of Prophecy: Sunday CERNED CITIZENS .OF BRAD-
satisfactory grade Handwriting for. special Students began their Gruff; The 9)Little Pigs Mrs. Long's with Sunday School at 9:30.: Morning School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 FORD COUNTY INC.Banquet.
the fifth and sixth grading periods.On watching a Walt Disney "Gus.:. Class. Worship 11 a.m. Dinner 12:30.: Even- a.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m.
the, last day of school the class While they were watching the movie Songs If You're Happy; Let The Ing Worship at 6 p.m. First Bora Church fir The. Living The Women's Home Mission and
celebrated all the summer birthdays. parents were grilling hamburgers Sunshine In; I Believe in Music; You Free Canaan True Church of God In God: Tuesday 6:30 Bible Education Convention Banquet will
Students In Mrs. Johns' first grade outside for them. The menu consistedof Are the Sunshine Unity: Monday 7 p.m. Prayer Band. day 7:30: Tarrying Service. Sunday be held Friday. June, In the RJE
receiving perfect attendance awards grilled hamburgers potato chips Remarks. Mr. Charles Francis. Wednesday 7 p.m. Tarrying Service. School 10 a.m.. Morning Worship 11 cafeteria from 8-9:30: p.m.Donation is
were April Duffy Lori Starling, Matt homemade cookies and McDonald' The entire program was enjoyed by Friday Church Service at 7 p.m. Sun- a.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m. $ .75.
Barber and Andy Goodowns.All orange drink. The following parents a 11 present day School 10 a.m. Morning Worship American Legion Auxiliary ef Post Please come out and enjoy this
first grade students in Starke worked very hard preparing lunch': 11 a.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. 314 met Tuesday June S, at 6 p.m. fellowship and entertainment while
Elementary visited the public libraryon Mr. and Mrs. Burl Taylor Mrs. The New Bethel Baptist Church: Choir The Leions met Tuesday at 8 p.m. In this organization. -
May 23 and the Dairy Queen on Gerri Green, Mrs. Barbara Baikcom. last children were very busy the No. 1 will rehearse Saturday at 5:30.: the annex of New Bethel Church. In supporting. very worthy
few
May 28. Mrs. Suzie King Mrs. Linda Bowen weeks of school. On May 22 Sunday School 10 a.m. Youth Day will
We wish to thank parents helping on Mrs.Jan Phen Mr..and Mrs.Winston they visited the Florida State be observed all day. Sunday School
these tripe, and wish Museum. On May 28 the children a.m. Morning 11 Even-
a pleasant vaca- Barber, Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Cain, and Worship a.m.
tion for everyone.The Mr. and Mrs. Alton Coleman. visited SUvedr Springs The Jungle Ing Worship 8:30. Communion will ALL MAJOR BRANDS ONE OF THE
student in Mrs.Wainwright and A cruise was an exciting ride for them. follow at the end of service. LARGEST
special thanks is extended to 36" to SO"
CEILING
FAN
At this time the TMR CHAIN
Adams' room receiving an award for those parents who donated their timeto to class wishes Antloch Baptist Church: Sunday !
Starting at 47.95 STORES
perfect attendance was Marie Bell. make the fifth graders' last day at thank all the people that made their School 9:45. Morning Worship 11 a.m. IN THE NATION
Mrs Winkler's second grade class Starke Elementary a big success. year a big success: The Choir will sing at Starke Nursing
learned three songs from "Annie", Following lunch, fifth graders en- Home at 3 p.m.. Evening Worship at 6
thanks to Mrs. Drives, our music Joyed Softball games and signing On Monday, June pm.Mt. BRASS FAN
2, all SES'teachers
teacher. They sang them for the fifth autographs.The Zion AME Church: Sunday
grades during. lunch last Wednesday. PTA meeting and awards at and the aides enjoyed a luncheon School 10 a.m. Communion Service 11 000 IN STOCK a 129
Shane Greene sang a solo part In the ceremony was held Tuesday May 27, Steakhouse Mr. Western Francis Steer a.m. and 4 p.m. All members are Invited 4O FAN
song, "Tomorrow". The other songs at 7:30: p.m. In the SES cafeteria. Our everyone for thanked to attend. Choir rehearses each ON DISPLAY REVERSIBLE
making the 1979-8O
were "You're Never Tuesday at 7:30.
Fully Dressed principal, Mr. Charles Francis :
school
Without a Smile" and "I Think I'm presented the perfect attendance year a successful one.. The Fan Experts"P
Gonna Like It Here". This class is a awards to students. Parent volunteer
great singing group. awards were given to those parents St Edwards Church Halt Ne

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I Mon., Tue. Thur. t Bat (At 1O3rd. next to Pie N' Save) ..
Bradford Middle School News
*. Saturday 7:00: : P.M. 0:30: inx B 00 pnlwed." .-. 10.CO am 8:00 pm 77842OSTM
411 N Temple Ave Starke. Fla
May 27 was our assembly 5th and We are looking forward In 1980-81
6th periods, to hand out our 197940 to receiving back our 6th and 7th
year book. Our sponsors this year graders from this year and also the
were Mrs. Virginia Walkup and Ms.' new students that will be coming from ,,
Becky Shockey. Arthur Johnson was other county schools. We thank our
!honored with a free annual for his 8th graders for being such a great
award winning cover design. Each: class and wish them good luck and
year the student body votes for the annual best wishes In their futures. Studentswill Put ourWatt-Wts,
dedication and this year it was a return to school for the 1B60-81
tie between Mrs. Linda Bennett, Math term, Monday, August 25. .
Dept. and Mrs. Deena Petralla The following are the A Honor Rolland
Chairman of the Arts A-B Honor Roll students for the
The students were Language also given time Dept.for sixth six weeks of school. MdKa e in new home.save b

signing Our Awards annuals.assembly/-was held' Fri Sixth Grade ; your .

A-B Honor Roll
day. May 30. Each year the American
Legion presents an award to one Tammy Dempsey, Bonnie Geiger
outstanding boy and girl, the winners Allen Gonzalez, Erica Gruen, James It'
this year were Julee Wise and Mike Hayes, Donna Parado, Richard Os- more
Christmas. Also on the program for teen. Marsenna Brantley, Allison you I
the Awards Ceremony were: Perfect Denmark, Theresa McCoilum.
1, Attendance Awards, .Slblltp...-r pSharon Martin, Stacey Reddish, Lynn ,. ... : .
Awards Flag Awards ....dutni.! lj L". ,HpUzwidprf. .,,Eddie Ball and Billy .,. ';, ahl ,than ''' ... .. .I.. ': : costs, :
1Arts\ Special Olympics CertUleateel,''*' :.
Math Awards, Related Arts Awards,
a gymnastic exhibition by Mrs. Seventh Grade '
Williams P.E. classes, recognition: of A Honor Roll : ''b... .. .' .
Sheila Patel, '" 1 '
daughter Mr. and : ,
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Strawberry Teens and the music was M ll.'
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Mrs. Bryan Patel and v '''Ii '" UIIITINSUTAtfoNR 6 I
provided by the BMS bands under the Cheryl Foster 'I. '
direction of James Peronto, and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel f. OR IN! COlIl'flONED I
BMS Chorus directed by Don Hardy. Cooney. NO"i 1NOW LUOR 9X NT SvAtt \
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May 30-Last day of school. The A-B Honor Roll OP 11 5VITAsL>:
BMS administration, faculty and Regina Cannavo. Melissa Gay, IWItC AREAS : MICROWAVE OVEN.
staff wish you all a very safe and en- Karen Klmutis, Diana Phillips, Lisa NSULAtl0rk AND PlACEMaJt OF WASHeR'oIJrslOE' PW6R
joyable summer!11 I I Green, Vickie Thomas Janet Brooks, AIRCOfiOiT1ONIV
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Kim 0. : Aft!*
Brown Helena Chen, Tony R5
June 2 and 3-Post planning days. DIggs,John David Francis, Rosaland e ,
Students will receive report cardsIn Lennon, Susan Nevslaney Andy TF.FOOT) uESUUrION J :. \
the mail If they brought in their Nguyen, Jason Polk Tanya OVe14" R I9 .,
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Melanie
envelopes. Those not bringing in Rhonda Sapp, Diane Wood,
envelopes may pick their report cardsup Wood, Pat Barber Melissa. Burnsed,
In the office after June 3. and Kim Cogdill. Scholastic Achievement ;
: Donna Moody. i 7O 7c
'The final PTO meeting was held 1
last Tuesday evening May 27. Election Eighth GradeA
was held for 1960-81 PTO Officers Honor Roll
vote was unanimous., The Nancy Lynn Roberts-daughter of
1980-81 officers are as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Joel Roberts; Lynda
President-Mrs. Betty Sue Den- Gravel-daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
mark; vic.presldent-Mrs. Linda Al-, Yvon Gravel; Michelle Lynn
day; associate vice presidentMrs.Beulah Klmutis-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,
Lennon; treasurer-Mrs. Edward Klmutis Jr.' Tina Marie
Catherine Sapp; secretary-Mrs. Bowen-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E]
Pricilla Burnsed.. Jimmy Bowen; Carol Jean
Advisory Council members: Mrs. Fussell-daughter' of Mr.. and Mrs. '
Joe Harmond, Rev.Levy Lennon,Mr. Davis Fussell; Karen
George Loper. Mrs. Willie McCollum, Davis-daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Carl
Mr. Pete Powell, Miss Sandra Tom- Davis; Tim Gonzalez-son of Mr. and
pkins and Mrs. Josle Williams. Mrs. Albert Gonzalez. ....
Mr. McKinney will be meeting with
new officers early in 1980-81 to set the A-B Honor Roll
calender for the year. All PTO and Theresa Elizabeth Ricks, Faith c WATERHBJE INAAAlIO!
Advisory Council functions are open Roberts Cynthia Annette Syssklnd. Rg Allt CONPmoNa I
to all school staff members parents Margaret Elaine Tetstone, Santlris EER'REcOMMelolCED
and students. We would like to thank Renee Wlroberly Juice Ann Wise
the BMS Beginning, Intermediate and Lisa Marie James Lars Ann Johns
Advanced Bands for an outstanding Thomas WUton Johnson, Belinda A new Watt-Wise Living home can save ing,higher-efficiency' conditioneror ".

bands presentation were under at the the direction meeting.of The Mr. Dawn Lane McKinney Joiner, George, Gwendolyn Levasser Mashell, Alan you up to 25%on electricity. That's up to 25% pump, power savers like fluorescent lighting I

James Peronto and we look forwardto Brown.Christmas.Kelli LeAnn Yvonne Carver, Mike more than homes that'meet all the require and a microwave oven, and thermally I
outstanding bands in the future Flynn Cheryl
under his direction. Mr. McKinney Marie Furrow, Rebecca Lampl ear. ments of Florida's new Energy-Efficiency efficient windows and doors, (with glass areas t

recognized and thanked the 1979-80 officers Pamela Sams,Sherri Norman, Selina Building Code.: planned to minimize heat build-up). i I' i
: President-Mrs. Cassels Adrienne Pollard, Teresa
Chambers; vice-president Joyce Smith, Loris; Snow. Michele StiiweU. How come Watt-Wise Living homes save So before you buy or construct anew' \ :

Charles Johns; secretary-Mrs. Mamie Marshall Tuckle Cindy Lynn Steve so much electricity? Because they're built home, ask your builder about FPL's,Watt- .- ,,:;.' ,
Pricilla Summed; treasurer-Mrs. Shawn Struthers. Dottle
Catherine Sapp teachers representatives -' Mlklson Joan Underhill Lori Ann according to FPL's energy-saving standards.; Wise Living Program.. Or stop by your local ,,, '! ; .. .. I
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Sure Watt-Wise home little in FPL office and free information
George Loper. Winkler: and Jay Rod era.1, a costs a more pick up a k

the beginning. But you'll get'a payoff in extra brochure. "f ;

savings on your electric bills for years to come The Watt-Wise Living home; It costs'a : ..' \

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t EDITORIALBradford '11"' WERE Vt3Xl COUNTED? CLIP AND MAIL FORM-BE! VK'

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J Undercounted? \ The 1980 Census of Population and Housing' now almost! finished. ,It Is very important that the census" ,

,' be complete and correct",,. If you ,believe that you. (oranyone else In your household, Inc luding"visiors)

.. ''t .,t>' \ t were NOT counted, 'please,, fill out. the form below and. mail it IMMEDIATELY to: U.S. Census. Office

T* of residents There is of reason Bradford to believe County that have a not considerable yet been reported number _______... -rt st t..at. _.'..,.--..130. W. Peachtra St. NW, .4'hFI"I I anta, Co.. 50309 ?.._.:.___.....____ ..:._________-__- .-..--r., ;.<;,"_.."

7 in the 1980 census just as it was generally believed that we .PLEASE PRINT OR WRITE CLEARLY -',
in the of 1970. This undercount '
o were undercounted census '
? ten years ago undoubtedly cost us many state and federal I have, chegkedwith. t I!!.the members of my household,Irpil I believe that one (or more) 0'' UI was NOT counted In the 1980 C'MUS. '. :t tOn ,

*. >. dollars that would otherwise have been distributed here if I ,..'...'
had been higher. April 1,, 1'180.. ''lived It' .
census figures .
our (Houle number I (S treat. road. .to0 J Apartment number Of //ooWon:

For this reason a final appeal is being made to those .1 .,:\1,

still uncounted and at the request of the U.S. Census (City) -(County) (State). (ZIP. code)

Bureau The Telegraph is reproducing on this page a copy This address Is located between and .
of the census enumeration blank. Every person who was (Street ,road ale.) (Scree:. ,road .to.)

ri'11> missed in the April census-taking is asked to fill in and I 1m listing below the name and required Information' for myself and each member of my household-.

'n return this form at once to the census,office in Atlanta. INSTRUCTIONS'POR WHOM TO INCLUDE IN YOUR HOUSEHOLD: APRIL 1. 1110

:1'. it is that PLEASE INCLUDE i 00 NOT INCLUDE
There are many reasons why important our
a* county be given credit for every person living within its All family members end other relatives, flying .here. Including lIalll. : Any collage student who stays somewhere site, while attending coli....

''' borders. The new census figures will be used to: All lodgers. boarders. and other persons living"., I Any person away hem hen In the Armed Forces or In an institution, such a. a;
: home for the aged or mental, h.apltol. .
.t. All persons who u.uallllll". here but are temporarily' a.all. I
i> Determine the number of seats that Florida is entitled All persons with a home elsewhere but who stay here most'of the week while j Any person who usually stays somewhere else most of,the week while
;yt I to in the U.S. House of Representatives. working or attending colli. I working there.

'* *Serye as a basis for redistricting representation in the Anyone staying or visiting here who had n. other hom. j, Any person visiting, here who has a usual' home .....h.,..

|j;| state legislature. .
Now la this I. this person When was la this I. this person of
fan .Determine entitlement for federal grants among person related this person personSpanlshMispanic

;;o states cities and towns. The new totals will be used to allot NAMES OF ALL PERSONS LIVING IN THIS HOUSEHOLD to on the line person 1? white Asian' Indian born?origin Dr descent?

the money for federal aid programs of all kinds. It is your ON APRIL 1. 1980 For example: Male' Black(Negro) Hawaiian Widowed Now married HO-: Not Hispanic SpanishJapan. /
teat and accurate count will ... Guam.nl.n
help assure
tax money an census Husband/wile
AND THOSE STAYING
OR VISITING HERE or Chinese' Samoan Divorced v. -
'h that a fair share comes back to our area. Son Adeughror
WHO HAD NO OTHER HOME FelmOl" Female' I'lIlplno' Eskimo Separated Mexican

Mi! Ignoring the census form or falsifying information in Grande on M Of F Kor..n' Aleut single "Ican-Amarlcan
Pleas'e' list/ on Lln. t a household member who owns Motheranaaw (never C.hlct.noRI
Vietnamese Other
sn lead trouble. The U.S. Code
filling out the return can to requires or rents the home. Roomer married) can
"'<' that all questions be answered to the best of your ._ ______ _____'_ _,____________ __,____ boarder Indian(AIIII') Spec/I/ ___ ___ Cuban .

.,?, ability and the law provides for a fine of$100 for failure ton Last name I: First name ]I I'nltlal Middle' Partner roomnete. Print tribe \ Month?I! Year Other Hispanic' Spanish/

) answers.answer the questions and $500 for intentionally giving false 1) I o i i iO

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H 1I.!I. Currently Bradford County is receiving some millions I I I ICD

qi. in federal and sharing funds much of
a year grants revenue I 1 1I IO
'" which was allocated on the basis of census data. These

:: funds have been spent or are still in the process of beingr I '\.I 4' I I" I I I II I

.. spent for needed improvements from roads to houses. I I I II l
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1"I Accurate census information is also valuable in many
< other ways. CIvic and government leaders rely on this Information I I I'I I IIi

'I' as the only source of accurate statistics about people I ( there are mOte then II persons use en additional' sheet) _
NOTICE This census la authorized by title 13. United States Coda, and you are required
l;'; from a national level down to a specific city block. The game of person who br law to answer the questions to the best 01 your knowl.d. The same law protects the
bureau points out that such information often leads to more tolled this form /confidentiality 0' your answ.rs. Census employees are subject to fine, and/or imprisonment
1 for any disclosure 0' your answers. Only after 72 years does your Information become availeunecu .
jobs in a community more crime prevention assistance, increased us. DEPARTMENT 01" COMMERCE Form 41-578006 able to other government .aencles or the public.
highway funds extra reading teachers and even D.25 01" rHE CENSUS O.M.B. No.

more hot nutritious meals for elderly citizens and school P0RM

children.


Although all government forms look for every possible resident. If you have not yet

.. bidding at first glance the census blank isn't been counted in Census '80, please cut out the Methodist Youth

1.. all that difficult to fill out if the directions are blank on this page fill it out and send at once County Agents Spring BanquetThe
read and followed. b,' Kobbt I. Tut for
carefully
: to the U.S. Census Office 1430 W. PeachtreeSt. '
Phonr: !III .6.IICI .*' Every citizen of Bradford County should ., N.W., 4th Floor Atlanta Ga. 30309. Brad- Notebook Methodist youth Church of the of First Starke United were

have enough pride and interest in his or her ford County needs credit for all of its sons and / treated Sunday night. May 25, to their
home community to want it to get credit for daughters. 8th Annual Youth Banquet.

Mrs. Dentffi'Adam's"! welcomed t the
Proper mowing is one 0} the most ,tain a St. Augustine lawn at a height of 80 youth and adults'} Rev.
r"J:1" "1I"\rl: ., .. .. 'kesGo6d"" it...,. =' "<; "":: :) Important factors contributing to an of 2 Inches, it should be mowed at Don group Denton, youth director gave the
i rarm .LUa attractive lawn. Proper mowing least by the time it reaches a height of Invocation which was followed by a
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'DOJ means that the grass is cut at the optimum 3 inches. Another way to think of this delicious dinner prepared by the
height and often enough to rule of thumb is to LEAVE TWICE AS United Methodist Women coordinated
keep it healthy and attractive. Mow- MUCH LEAF SURFACE AS YOU by the Campus Ministry Com-
A Bradford County native-one-time farm Ing can "make or break" the lawn REMOVE AT ANY SINGLE MOW mittee of Mrs. Sue Winkler Mrs.
regardless of the type of grass or how ING. Carolyn Eaves and Mrs. Phyllis
boy Harry C. Edwards, who plowed many a tel.Harry well It is otherwise maintained. Mow- Carver.
rowan the family homestead near ing too low weakens the grass caus-
Brooker-was recently honored with a special ing the sod to thin out; encourages invasion Letters The Individual tables were covered
day at Alachua General Hospital in recognition of weeks; makes the grass with gold tablecloths and spring print
more susceptible to pests; and can tablecloths centered with bud vases
of his long service member of
as a the eventually cause the lawn to die. TEACHER PAY BILL with roses and flanked with burning
Board of Directors of that rapidly expanding Mowing too high produces a ragged NEEDS PUBLIC SUPPORT white tapers.
facility. unattractive lawn and encourages
buildup of thatch spongy layer of Following the dinner Mrs. Francey
needs The
For two decades Harry Edwards has debris with dull Education our support. Newland and her
plant ) Mowing a or cost of living has risen more than 80% troupe presentedher
given many hours of loyal service to the poorly adjusted mower causes severe in the past ten years while teachers usual hilarious skits. Mrs.
hospital board, serving as its chairman for 11 damage to the grass and leaves it salaries have risen only 49%. Manyare Newland has been the main entertain-
of those 20 years. He is also known in very unsightly after cutting. forced to hold second and even ment for all of the banquets This over the
she
Gainesville as civic leader leader in his third jobs to be able to afford to stay past eight years. sits
a a Optimum cutting height Is deter selected the best skit or from
in education. At least one Northeast
church a businessman a philanthropist anda mined by the growth habit of the Florida rural county has lost almost each production of the last seven
and its texture (width and which this Is called "The
devoted family man. grass 50% of its teachers this spring. years year
length of leaves). Survival of the students Flowers of the Flock."
Students are teaching as no
In addition to his service in public life grass depends on its ability to produce certified teacher la available.Ten .
Harry Edwards above all befriended enough leaf surface to maintain Upon .arriving the guests were
manyan given a program booklet which had
individual who in need of little adequate food production through years ago Florida teacher
was a en photosynthesis. If the lawn is mowed been numbered. During the evening
couragement or a "buck or two" in the days of too low too many leaves are cut off salaries ranked 22nd in the nation.Today door prizes were awarded those
with salaries fall
the Great Depression and other hard times. C. Edwards and the grass is unable to produce they are below 46th the national holding the many lucky numbers.Mrs. .
$3,000
ing average. .
Adams led the In singing
group
enough food to maintain itself. The
to statistics from the
According the hit '
song "Tomorrow from the
Another Bradford County "farm boy", grass literally starves the sod Department of Education, teachers Broadway play "Annie."
who was struggling through the University of and .becomes thin and produces a very would need more than a ".000 In-
encouragement from I don't know
Harry poor looking lawn. Fine-leaved crease just to have the same buying At the end of the skits Glenn Polk
Florida in the memorable 1930s paid his own "
whether I could have made it or not. creeping lawngrasses can be mowed
power as In 1968. read wording to be Inscribed on a plaque -
tribute to Harry Edwards by saying "It closer to the ground than coarse- which will be presented to Mrs.
helped a lot to know that I could always go That's the kind of a man Harry Edwards textured, upright grasses. Removalof There Is currently a bill In the Newland at a later date from the
down to his office and borrow a few dollars to is and was. He still remembers that he was so much leaf surface would mean legislature that would increase youth of the church. In appreciationfor

get me over a tight spot. Without a little help once a farm boy himself. that longer these produce coarse sufficient grasses food.could The no teacher salaries 2000. This proposalhas her many hours of time and ser
than vice.
more 94 supporters in the
sod would thin and would die if
plants House but Is bogged down In the "

...................................................................................................... height mowing of was cut.Frequency. continued at so low a politics of the Senate. The Governor Those taking part In the skits were:
has for Randy Newland. Gareth
expressed support the bill but Jones
i NAACP Chapter Expresses Regrets i is pushing the TRIM Bill which wouldtalie George Harper Drew Reddish Doug
of
mowing is determined '
I S away the funding of the Incre Reddish Glenn Polk, Francey
by growth rate of the grass whichIn ment. Although this raise would not Newland Carolyn Eaves Sue Little,
i For Negative Remarks at Banquet i iI turn the depends maintenance on climatic conditionsand give teachers the purchasing power Oleeta Harden rook.- Marie Polk.
program being
followed. they had ten years ago it certainly i Denise Adams Marcia Hardenbrookand
would help. Barbara Godwin. Ada Reddishwas
the pianist
MEMORANDUMTo for the betterment of your fellow man General guidelines on mowing frequency If we want quality education for the
to join us in our efforts. Our regular can be used however frequency young people this state we can help
I : The General Community of Bradford County. scheduled meetings are held on Mon. is best determined by the by letting Senator Kenneth McKay Pvt. Gregory R. Jones
From: Bradford County Chapter of the National Association for the Ad- day after the third Sunday at 7:30: amount of growth since th.last clipp and Governor Bob Graham know we
vancement of Colored People.Re p.m. Meeting places vary but are ing rather than the number of days support this pay increase bill. Not on- Tank Driver

: Response to Inappropriate Remarks During NAACP Banquet May 24, always announced in our local that have elapsed. ly would this increment benefit
1980. newspaper. education but it would also be a boost FORT KNOX Ky. Pvt. Gregory
The "rule of thumb" is a practical to the local economy> R. Jones son of William F. Jones,
The Bradford County Chapter of gress. His remarks by no means express Elizabeth Walker President guide for mowing frequency: MOW Judy Becker 1881 N. Main. Springfield Mo..
NAACP takes this opportunity to the opinions of those of us (both Bradford Chapter NAACP OFTEN ENOUGH THAT NOT Lawtey,Florida recently was assigned as a tank
apologize to the general communityfor black and white) who have worked MORE THAN 1/4 TO 1/3 OF THE driver with the 194th Armored
what we consider inappropriate hard to bring things to this point. TOTAL LEAF SURFACE IS .Brldage at Fort Knox. Ky. :
remarks made by one A.J. Simmonsat To our knowledge A.J. Simmons is REMOVED AT A GIVEN MOWING. .. Jones' ,mother Mrs. Beatrice.
annual awards banquet which CORRECTIONThe An example help clarify this '
our a member he may Reed lives on Route 2, Lake Butler
part-time community
was held May 24th In the R.J.E. pastors a local church two Sundays as a caption under photograph of guideline.,,If It Is desirable to main- ,Fla. .
Cafetorium. Mr. Simmons was not :4
month. Mr. Simmons is a resident of NAACP award winners in last week'iTelegraph
formally on our program. He seized Duval County. should have identified
this opportunity to express his Rev. George Harper as accepting
an J
negative opinions regarding our com- Again we wish to express our deep award for the Bradford-Union \.oPIO,4' .ptg, i PONU Co/. .
munity. His expressions presented regrets for this most embarrassing Guidance Center for its cooperation In p t11f- SINCE
would lead one to believe that the situation and to invite those of you I employing black. personnel on its '
citizenry of Bradford County has done who are seeking a productive outlet 'sta f. N AirwfMl / Zed. 'rapIi" 11
services.little or nothing In providing humane Mofe : t .

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While there continues to be much to / ur1FAI f c i
be done before all of Bradford Coun- l'IOM. BOBG..FERGUSCN-JOHNMMILLER j
ty's citizens regardless of color are i- ,"ubll..ra.
1i
VNtOt1 = ;r' .
able to equally k I
pleasures and ahare In life's "." ";fublldiVd each Thursday end!entered ee te*.,ne Close Matter at the Fait Ott|<.et Stork. ,PI.*.Under Act.!March. J.117. '
opportunities, we feel '... :., .
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that much progress has been made '*'" ; .....,.... Manthi
toward SubKrip l In 1rm4e creel$* Per VII(S SI*
f ment It poeWv.is our opinion community that Mr.develop Slrnmons' The earliest recorded strike was one by an orchestra leader from Greece Outside' trade areas. S10 far teen ft.SO lit Montha .stdrk.
rPterl
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remarks belittled that pr- named Ariitos In Rome about 309 B.C. The cause was meal breakiL, Phooo4.a3p-

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Kiwanis.Club Induction



Held new For.Hew members; ;; were MembersEight inducted s tY'1w flJodal g ,

,4, fir ? special Into the Ladies KIwanis Night Club of and Starke Induction at a << .

Ceremony banquet Thursday night

May 29. in the Western Steer. g[J'I' snooty y
Steakhouse. 07L 11.sod."lJo /
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David McCampbell, club president, _
conducted the Induction ceremony ,, 'tfir! Fte ul'ewJ.
ar. which climaxed a highly successful
membership drive. Eleven new 964.7608
members Joined the club during the
drive but three were unable to attend .
last week's ceremony. The new Klwa-
nians are: Gerald Brown,. Ken Ellen
49 Demorest, Bill Floyd, broDale George Starke Elkettes 1802
Herb Green. Lee Ha Coffee HonoreeMiss To Have Fish Fry
Johns, Mike Rathmann, Larry Red- Ellen fiance' of Hal
; George Saturday June 7
dish, Don Wilson and Mike Reddish-
Edwards, was honored at a Coffee on
A feature of the banquet was a slide Saturday morning liven by Mrs. Jim 4a a 9St 9Stkaes Starke Elkettes 1802 will hold a Fish
presentation by Bob Milner Jr. of'The Duncan Mrs. Charles Francis, Mrs. e7w Fry, Saturday June 7 from 5pm. fill
Man Who Wears The K". Charles Hardy Mrs. Don Hardy, Mrs. 8-lsh at the Elks Lodge on North Tem
Musical entertainment was providedby Bob ..Milner Mrs. Frank Mitchell ple Ave. Tickets may be purchasedfrom
Carol Milner, Esther Hardy and Mrs. Don Neel. Mrs. Philip Nichols an Elkette or at the door.
Joey Herres.It Mrs. J.D. Warren and Mrs. H M. Hat- Proceeds to go to the Harry Anna
was announced that this Saturdaywill cher Jr. at the home of the latter on Crippled Children's Hospital at
be Kiwanis "Peanut Day" when East Call Street. Umattlla, Fla. The Harry Anna Crippled
bags of "fresh roasted" are passedout Miss George, her mother Mrs. Children's Hospital Is an Orthopedic .-
along the highways and bywaysby William George and Hal's mother hospital owned and
members of the club In return for Mrs W.H. Edwards,were given a red operated by the Florida State Elks
donations to civic projects. The club heart of the
carnation corsage upon their arrival. Association, In the orange
Is working on printed church directory Arrangements of daylilies and s. district. The new sprawling hospital
to be placed in local motels and stokesia were used throughout the complex has large, cheerful: recreational -
financial support is also being given house, as well as house plants yJackie rooms school rooms and
to the BHS athletic department and African violets and hanging baskets. bedrooms built around an ourdoor
the Bradford-Union Association of Mrs. Hatcher greeted the guests at patio for Florida youngsters crippledby
Retarded Citizens. It was also an- the door and presented them to the Crews birth defects accident or disease.
nounced that Kiwanis road signs will receiving line composed of Miss Medical care is provided to Florida
Jackie Crews
be erected this month. George her mother and the groom- youngsters at no cost Appointmentsand
elect's mother. Ken LoweWedding admittance is by refferal from an

Sonatina Music Club The refreshment table was covered Date Set Elk lodge member. Starke's own little
Sarah Groves Is wearing
with a hand-embroidered and lace presently
Piano RecitalThe ecru colored cloth. The floral ar- Mrs. Jeanette Crews and R. C. braces obtained at Harry Anna Crip-

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Denmark Sonatina Music Club with Mrs. rangement was white and yellow Crews of Starke announce the approaching pled Children's Hospital recently.C.G. .
daisies white gladiolas and leather marriage of their Hill and Sam WIsewere In-
Nell Mann counselor presented Jackie Annette to Kenny itiated Into Elkdom Monday night at
leaf fern. Silver held dainty daughter,
trays
recital
Hull and Denmark in Sunday.
Kitten Steve students a piano
sandwiches and pastries. Lowe son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney R. Starke LodgeN1802.
May 25, at Dedan Baptist Church.' Mrs. Neel Mrs. Francis Mrs. Lowe of Hawthorne.. Starke Elks Lodge 1802 was doubly

Wed May 17 in Methodist ChurchMiss The following students presented a Milner and Mrs. Don Hardy invited The marriage will be an event of honored last month when the Florida
June1atllp.m.lntheCongregatlonalMethodist State Elks Association Scholarship
consisting of guests to the refreshment table dur-
of selections
Nancy Katherine Hull and chapel length train. She wore a variety duets and congregational ing the Church. Highway 301 N, committee selected two Bradford
solos
Starke with following at' School seniors to the first and se-
George Denmark, Jr. were fingertip length veil of candlelight Paula Rucker Donna The punch hale on the patio was a reception High
hymns:
united the First Methodist Church cond winners In the state con-
in marriage Saturday. May 17. bridal illusion featuring rolled edges McDavid and Mrs. Mann, Melissa covered with polyester and place
at 7:30: pm in the First United and a sheer blusher and was attachedto Brown Mary Pearsell Audrey lace tablecloth and mocha punch was Fellowship Hall In Starke. test. Betsy Yawn won first place and
Methodist Church with Rev. George a chantilly lace Juliet style cap. Pierce Dawn Mallard Kevin Starl- served from a crystal punch bowl by All friends and relatives are invitedto will go on to compete in the national
Harper performing the nuptials. She carried a nosegay bouquet of ing and Randy Starling, Bobby Con- Miss Pam Tucker, Mrs. James attend the wedding and reception. Elks contest.Jeffrey Brooker won the
The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and miniature peach carnations tois and Randy Starling. Barber Mrs. Carl Torode and Mrs. second runner up scholarship. It is
Mrs.Joel M.Hull Sr., of Palatka. The tangerine colored bridal roses Lila Rae Yawn aunt of the groom unusual that the two top scholarship
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S.G. stephanotis and baby's breath. Receiving awards for "perfect elect. Clayton StricklandsTo winners in a state contest would be
Denmark Sr., of Starke. A reception was held In the Starke lessoaattendance" were Kevin Starl- Mrs. Duncan Mrs Mitchell. Mrs. Celebrate from the same high school, and both
The pulpit area of the church was Woman's Club. Miss Lynn Moxleyand ing and Bobby Contois; the "most Nichols Mrs. Charles Hardy and entries submitted by the smallest
centered with a 15 branch arch Mrs. Jackson Prevatt kept the progressive student" award went to Mrs. Warren Invited guests Into the Fiftieth AnniversaryMr. Elks: Lodge In the state of Florida.

candelabra holding burning white bride's book at the church and Miss Randy Starling. Certificates were party rooms. and Mrs. Clayton Stricklandwill Joan HinsonG.
tapers flanked oy two spiral Stacey Denmark kept the bride's presented to Bobby Contain Paula Also assisting in serving was Mrs. celebrate their fiftieth wedding
candelabras. Centering the altar book at the reception.The Rucker and Kevin Starling for their Charles Darby. anniversary Sunday June IS, at a Patrick Bourgeois'
were two standing arrangements of tables were covered with peach Federation rating at the Florida The hostesses presented the reception given by their children To Wed June 14
white gladiolus daisies, blue iris, colored flounces and white lace of Music Club's Festival. honoree with the vegetable bowl to ftom 2 to 5 o'clock In the afternoon at
peach carnations and peach button Army-Navy cloths. The bride's table Randy Starling also performed at the her chosen china.Two hundred guests the Kingsley Lake Civic Center Henry B. Hinson of Hampton announces
poms carrying out the bride's color was centered with a tiered flanked festival and received an "excellent" were invited to attend between the the engagement and approaching
theme. In the background were two cake encircled with fern and rating. hours of ten and twelve. marriage of his daughter
miniature tree candelabras, Jade by silver candelabras. Clusters of Miss Cindy Edwards and Mrs. Lila All friends and relatives are Invitedto Joan to G. Patrick Gourgeois, son of
trees and standing fern ar- flowers separated the tiers of the Refreshments were served after Caldwell sister and grandmother of attend. The family requests no Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Bourgeois of
rangements. In either corner chancel rail were two tree the cake. and Miss Ann Newsome from daughter of the late Juanita Ilinson
candelabras and containers of The punch table held two silver Gainesville. The wedding Is planned for June t.
greenery. punch bowls encircled with sprengeri
Presenting a program of nuptial fern. The food table in the sunroom
music were Mrs. Inez Green held silver trays of hors d'oeuvres.

organist, Mrs. Spyros Drivas pianist Presiding at the punch table were t' I.-,',4 ,'' wn
,.., ,Mxs.>Or w> Reddish Mrs.'J.Di1,I War '" i '' T
.and Mrs. Kathy Green soloist," )I. \ -,,, ,r.a ij"into. .I I In J I J im' JEr'SeAV 0 SLACKS
Mr. Denmark attended his son a4 ren.;Mrs 'Harry Gruen; Mrs. George' J< \ I
best man. Ushers were Benny Saxon, Pierce, Mrs. Warren Winkler Mrs. '
cousin of the groom, Byron Ter- Herb Nelson Mrs. Cecelia Terwillegar .
willegar and Scott Whitehead.Mrs. and Mrs. Katheryn Dancy. IN THREE GREAT STYLES.
Randy Cory served as matronof Presiding st the groom's cake table -
honor. Attendants were Miss Julie were Mrs. Harry Hatchel', Jr., Mrs.
Morris, Mrs. Scott Whitehead and Tom Bates Mrs. Gene Long Mrs.
Mrs. Marlie Sanderson, sister of the Clyde Sinclair Mrs. J.R. Adkins,
groom. They were attired alike In Mrs. Rod Hansen, Mrs. Bob Fergusonand
apricot polyester knit gowns with off Mrs. J.E. Denmark. Perhaps the most comfortable slacks a man can wear. :
the shoulder neckline, fitted waist and Also assisting were Mrs. J.E. Hardy
featuring crystal pleated organza Mrs. Joe Dorko Mrs. Gilbert
capes which fell to the waistline. They Brown Mrs. Jim Holt Mrs. Bob \. ...:
carried small brass candle holders Blake Mrs. Randy Johns Mrs. John "'' -k... .,
decorated with sprigs of English Ivy. Miller, Mrs. Lennard B. Register, xContinental ""' "7t.r0
Stephanie Sanderson and Hillary Mrs. Vernon Silcox Mrs. George
Saxon niece and second cousin of the Roberts Mrs. Harold Farnsworth, ,,#' n "" Belt loop
groom were flower girls. Sam Adamswas Mrs. Kenneth Grider, Mrs. Tommy model.r 1 K ? mantel.k ..
ring bearer. Chastain Mrs. Jim Womack, Mrs.
The bride, given In marriage by her Morris Williams Mrs. John Adams
father, wore a long gown of Mrs. Dea Moredock and Misses
candlelight silk organza. The empire Allison Denmark Kathy Grider "
style bodice fashioned of chantillylace Erica Gruen, Alicia Gruen Brooke
featured a deep V-neck and sheer Williams, Amy Adams Hillary Saxon : : t:
fitted sleeves appliqued with mat- and Nancy Grider. ,,.,, .
ching lace. Her long full skirt was ap- Following a wedding trip residing
pliqued with lace motifs and enhanced Rios, Jamaica the couple are
with a deep flounce trimmed at Kingsley Lake. .',
with chantilly lace and falling to a The bride Is a teacher at Melrose (' ;
Community School and was
graduated from the University of
'V
Methodist Graduates Florida.Mr. .
Denmark Is a graduate of the
Honored Dinner
at
Stretch waistband If.
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University of Georgia and is vice- ,.,.
First United Methodist graduates president of Denmark Furniture. t breathes
Paula Kay Anderson Sandra Da rley, .

Glen Gnann Elise Johns Shannon, Kevin ,...",, 'ct, with you., ...:
Miller Dirk Schmidt Jenny
and Hunter RauHofer were honoredat
a dinner Sunday following the morning .JJapp'l1,111.1
service at the Western Steer .
Steak House. Easy care-
The banquet table was centered lJwJW High quality y ;
; machinewashable.
with an arrangement of yellow white '. '

and purple daisies, pompoms and ;. 'ljaII.ll..A stretch fabric ;, t .
stokesia flanked by a pair of boy and
girl graduate figurines. Place cards moves when Alf 1;

marked the seating arrangement. ,...... 2.U,... "l""
Also attending were Rev. and Mrs. you move.

George Harper, Mrs. Donald Thorn- pa.1... f3.l, :, .
ton president of the United Methodist .
Women and Miss Anne Haynes, .ad p..n.Liilil... .,' ,.I.'r.! ; I
senior church school teacher. "
Gifts were presented to the Happy Double 1',' .. fi:, ::It
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graduate from the United Methodist ,. \ ,';; \
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Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. -: /,111\p, \ 't ...
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Director -,- GwonHaaa J73.8566 Days ; -f .. QtWJ1Y Maven GOES our aP STYLI. .

Manager:.-'Mary.L u Peeplas -:-.468-1950 Evenings: o' '1i..ll., ..... .................. tii ...., -.' foo,. ,.4 'I.\J!\" $ ',Ii. "", I ., I,,' I. .'" -"\..
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Movement and MOTHMINO. -
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...for.wd after tcltaol car*. !! '. ( '
0 Vfc .r full day program* H i'STUM"/ EPARTMENTC.1 ; ... ',- I ; '. '
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i4V e Delta Kappa'Gamma

Holds Luncheon
In Starke
1 ni, .e tF
Members of the Alpha Nu Chapterof
Delta Kappa Gamma held a luncheon

meeting Saturday. May 24, at
Western Steer in Starke.

i hJ Guest speaker Hazel Zibell district
director of the women teachers

organization, spoke briefly on womenin rb w
education and teachers In
positionsof
.. leadership. ih t'
-
66 percent of the positions In education
are held by women although most
school principals are men said Mrs.
Zibell. She charged the' local
members of the 50-year-old organization -
to let the officers function for
\ them by assisting them In the chapter
activities.

During the luncheon outgoing;
; ': president Martha Riherd presentedthe

\ gavel to incoming; president
Lucille Payne. Other officers of the
chapter of Bradford and Union county

teachers are: first vicepresidentSharon
Lyons; second vice-president
"t f', Ernestine Register; recording

'1rt:; secretary Janet Walters; correspon--
ding secretary Nancy Galloway and
treasurer Muriel Norman.



Delta Kappa Gamma Officers Installed ...

Officers of the Alphu Nu Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma back row (1-r) are:
recording secretary Janet Walters; second vice-president Ernestine Register;

first vice-president Sharon Lyons; corresponding secretary Nancy Galloway; Their Fingers Do the Walking...
and luncheon guest district director Hazel Zibell
Front row Is outgoing president Martha Riherd and Incoming president Lucille The Ulster duo of Cindy and Donna Parado perform In a planothon to raise
Payne. Not shown Is treasurer Muriel Norman. money for the Starke Woman's'Club.


You Know...........,......................................................................... If
Did Pianothon Climaxes Musical, Weekend
and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton } # ,
Mrs. Al Carlisle will return Sunday Mr. ; I i
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jenkins and after spending two weeks with her returned Sunday after 10 days visit '. Week-end Amy Jo Carter, Nancy Grlder, u Kevin
family of Huntsville Ala. spent last son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and with her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. Memorial Day of MUSIC. Griffis, Randy Parado Scott Duncan,
week with his mother, Mrs. Ruth Mrs. Edward M Ferry, Jr., in Worth Jackson in Winder Ga.,James ., .WJ. '., ;., MUSIC, MUSIC was climaxed Woman'sClub by a Rebecca Lawson, Donnie Francis

Johnson. Naples, Italy and 10 days with friends Hamilton in Chamblee and Mr. and -. '!:i't gala Piano-Thon of Starke held North at Walnut the Streeton Stacey Reddish. Chad Reddish Kirk
and relatives in Boxboro, Mass. Mrs. Gary Hamilton Toccoa. While .1 on Reddish Marla Reddish Richie
: Monday, May 26, from 4:30 to 10:30:
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson of Merritt there they were called to Madison Taylor. Theresa Ricks, Lori McKin-

Island Is spending a month with Mr. Miss Adrienne Barry is home from Heights Va., by the automobile accident events p.m. following- Jr.-Sr other. Prom special on Friday music ney, Beth McKinney, Kim Lawson,
and Mrs. John Anderson at their new Birmingham Southern College until death of their teenage niece, with John David Francis, Theresa Me-
home on Santa Fe Lake and visitingMrs. June 23 when she will then go to Kathy Hamilton. Kathy would have Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Griffin. Jr. and Wedding Saturday solos Sunday piano worship, organ Collum, Beth Francis, Daniel Martin
James Barron and friends here. Wilderness Southeast, Savannah, Ga. graduated from high school the services soprano with ; and Sharon Martin, Karen Martin, Selena
where she will work with gifted week but when returning organ, piano
following choirs Sunday afternoon Stand-Up- Norman, Susie Alvarez Sarah Smith,
children on Coastal experiences.. from a party with friends a car with Helen Kuhne, For-America; Program featuring high Kim Sapp, Barbara Smith, Missy
drunken men in it, hit their car headon bands Thacker, Vicky Goodowns, Viva
Harry Rosenshine To Tracy Griffis. Jr. school and middle school and
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Householderand killing two of the girls. choruses. Riley, Pam Parrish, Sherry Mattox,
Celebrate 100th family of Bushnell spent the Repeat VowsA Mrs. Marlorie Thomson. president Ed Frampton, Martha Smith, Jen-

Birthday Saturday weekend with her mother, Mrs. Bettie Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hesse and garden wedding at the home of of the Woman's Club, welcomed the nifer Johns, Sherra Mott Patricia
Mizelle and family. Mrs. Carolyn Holmes in Starke was guests and Introduced the eight piano Parado, Cindy Parado, Donna
Harry Rosenshine, better known In son, Benjamin of Aiken, S.C., were the setting for the marriage of Helen teachers participating in this event in Parado, Susan Sapp, Tracy Davis.
the community as Starke's Shoe last Wednesday and Thursday guestsof Kuhne daughter of John E. Kuhne of which eighty-seven piano pupils Renee Hewett, Tara Marchant Holly
Salesman, will be celebrating his Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams. Tampa and Mary Kuhne of Starke, to played 225 compositions, ranging Shields, Maria Thomas, Kim Brown

100th birthday this month. Tracy Edward Griffis, Jr., son of from Folk Songs to the best loved of Tricia Lawson, Misty Telken, Tina
Mrs. Peggy Hitchcock his Mrs. J.H. Moseley returned Tues- Bowen, Kim Casey, Kammie Sun-
BIRTHS Tracy E. Griffis of Lawtey and Freda the Classics and the new sounds of
daughter would like to invite all of his day of last week from five days visit Griffis. Contemporary music. The pupils dusadee Sue Sundusadee, Chris
oin his 100th Birth- with friends and relatives in Alicia, Dobbs Lisa Sandy Crissman.
friends to ) her at Rev David Brown of the First Bap- solicited sponsorships of$1 each from Mosley,
day Party, which will be held Saturday Crystal Marl M.lvln Ark. and Memphis, Tenn. tist Church of Lawtey performed the friends and relatives. Other guests Nancy Shuford,John Watterson, Mar-

June 7, at the Starke Nursing Mr. and Mrs. Gary Melvin of Saturday, May 17, at 11 made a donation of $1 at the door. cia Watterson Sherrie Gaskins,
Home, between the hours of Brooker announce the birth of their Mr. and Mrs. John Torode Sr., ceremony Proceeds from this six-hour "Gala Cassie Autry, Pam Thornton, Allison

3:00-5:00: : P.M. Come and share this first child, a daughter, Crystal Marie, have returned from a 12 day trip to am.The couple repeated their vows Recital" amounted to over$500 which Denmark, Stacey Denmark.
great occasion with Mr. Rosenshine. bom May 29 at Alachua General Athens Greece and the Greek before a trellis decorated with peach will be used by the Woman's Club for Stephanie O'Steen Karen Kimbril.
Islands. Kevin Johns, Sarah Faulk, Robin
Hospital, colored roses yellow daisies and the several Community Projects
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and baby's breath. assisted by the Club. These projects Stern, and Karen Chitty

Julie Ferguson Mrs. Leaton U. Morgan, Jr. of Starke Mrs. Raiford Epperson has been Andrew J. Harvey attended as best include Special Olympics, City
and the transferred from Bradford County beautification Scouts, and ear Joey HerresTo
Celebrates Ninth paternal grandparents are man. Ushers were Joey Starling Hal eye
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin of Brooker. Hospital to the Gainesville Convalescent Higginbotham and Alan Norman. screening and many others. Present Recital
Julie Ferguson celebrated her ninth Great-grandmothers are Mrs. Iva Center. She had as a recent Miss Regina J. Holmes served as Mrs Mona Canova served as chair
birthday Saturday afternoon from McKinney and Mrs. Zona Morgan of visitor her son, Raiford Epperson maid of honor. She wore a white gown man of the teachers who organizedthe Joey Herreswill- present a piano
3:30 to Sp.m. when her parents. Mr. Starker Jr-, of St. Petersburg.Mrs. with tiers of ruffles with peach satin PIANO-THON. The other recital on Friday June 13. at 8:15
and Mrs. Bob Ferguson, gave a party ribbons running between the ruffles teachers'were Mrs. Debbie Woodfin p.m. at the Starke Woman Club,.-
for her and 25 friends. Emily Dawn sellers!! Maxie Carter, Sr. spent last She Miss Louise Stern, Mrs. Cindy The public is cordially invited to at-
carried a small bouquet of peach
The family room was gaily Friday with her daughter, Mrs. Lucian McRae, Joey Herres, Miss Ellen tend.
decorated with coloreH balloons. The Mr.and Mrs. Ronnie E. Sellers announce Johns In Jacksonville and attended colored roses, yellow daisies andbaby's George. Mrs. Lavon Drivas and Mrs.
refreshment table was centered witha the birth of a daughter, Emily the play"Showboat of 1980" at the breath.Attendants Joann Canova.
birthday cake wlh nine candles. Dawn born May 17 in Greater Orange Civic Auditorium in which her great were Miss Julie Griffis, Four students participated as an- Patti Ann Mizell,

The youngsters played games in the Park Community Hospital. She joins granddaughter, Danielle Starling Mrs. Sheila Blackburn and Miss nouncers for the five programs: Joey
yard and the family room during the a sister. Stephanie Gay. took part. Kathy Griffis. They wore peach col- Herres, Randy Parado, Beth Francis Michael HulonToWedJune7
ored with V-neckline and
hours and favors. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and gowns large and Tracy Davis.
party were given
Also attending were Julie's grand Mrs. E.C. Sellers and maternal Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lachut of ruffle around the bottom going up the During a ten-minute break at the

parents and aunt, Mr and Mrs. V.R. grandfather is W.A. Gay. Great Holiday, Fla. are guests Wednesdayand back. Their bouquets were similar to end of each program, refreshmentswere
Ferguson, E.L. Matthews and Mrs grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. M.H. Thursday of Mrs. Flossie the honor attendants. served by Mr. and Mrs. V.J.
John Miller. Gay and Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Epperson. Prescott. Little Melissa Starling was flower Spengler, Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Mizell Jr., of
girl and Master David Starling was Young, Mrs. J.D. Warren, Mrs. J.C. Keystone Heights announce the
Mrs. Janet Turner spent May 23-25 ringbearer.Given Dukes nd Mrs. H.C. Ritch engagement and upcoming marriageof
visiting Dr. and Mrs. T.G. Ritch and in marriage by her brother, Cer ,ificates of artlcipacion. their daughter, Patti Ann to
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Tilley and babyson Kelly D. Fields, the bride wore a designed and lettered by Michael Ray Hulon, son of Mr. and
A deal to keepyouh in Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. white gown with a high lace neckline Charles Hall, were presented to each Mrs. Bob R. Hulon of Jackson Ten-
L.L:Hardee at Jacksonville Beach. and long lace sleeves. The lace at the performer nessee.A .
waistline formed thick tiers of rufflesin
Of special interest were the family garden wedding will take place
Mrs. Pauline Dawe of Kingston. the back and formed a six foot groups who played solos, duets and
Saturday, June 7, at 4 at the
111 1" N.Y.. Mrs. Frances Hoss of train. A pearl and sequin headpiece trios: 4 Parados; 3 Martins; 3 home of the bride on Lake p.m.Brooklyn.
Evansville, Ind. and Mr. and Mrs. secured her net and lace veil. She car- Walkers; and the "Twos"-Sapp, 2 Patti is a 1975 graduate of Keystone
Rick Johnson and family, Ricky and ried a bouquet of peach colored roses, Denmarks; 2 Wattersons; 2 Sun- Heights High School.
Melba of Terre Haute, Ind. are guests daisies, baby's breath and white satin lusadees; 3 Francis: 2 McKinneys; 2 Michael is a graduate of Jefferson
Install aselected\\1 rJpoo1cmtral air this week of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Ander ribbons. John) Reddishs, and 2 (Jim) Red- High School in Tampa and served
A reception was also held in the d.shs.;
conditioner before summer and get a three years in communications in the
son.Mr. garden where Miss Linda Denman Students taking part were: Joey Marine
Magnavox' + stereo system for just$20'more. and Mrs. James Gordon kept the bride's book. Herres Sharon Hamilton. Robbie employed Corps.in Jacksonville.Michael is now
Miss Marjorie Denman cut the Cowart Nazworth
Wallace Sr. and son, James Jr. of Larry Joy
If you're looking for a quality,well designed/ en- Tennessee were Wednesday to Sun- three tiered wedding cake. Assistingin Vellenga. Danielle Smith, Shane Bur-

tral air ainditione.your Whirlpool heating and day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. pouring punch and serving were rus,. Kathy Walker. Doodle McRae Russell
Mrs Bonnie and Mrs. Elizabeth MiscallysHave
Higginbotham Karan Elix-
Kopelousos,
cooling products dealer is.Ringing your song, Brown at Klrgsley Lake.
Deborah Mohammad. son, Melissa Jackson. Tyffany Grif- Barbecue
e 1i emphasize IA hilt a !sound investment Sam Auduklewicz and Following a wedding trip to Disney fis. Teresa Griffis, Michelle Sexton,
Mr. and Mrs
Whirlpool entrdlnircorditiuner is fir your home Dukes the World the couple is residing in Mr. and Mrs. Russell Miscally gavea
this summer we'll throw. in a Magnavox Giinpnn Stephanie and Kim spent Lawtey.The barbecue dinner Saturday eveningat

ent Stereo System for only $20 more if you installa weekend at St. Augustine. bride is a graduate of Tarpon Did You Know............ their home in Lawtey for the

selected Whirlpuol cent ral aircondltiunerorheatpumpbeCnreJuly31.198t1. ( Archie Green of Miami will spend Springs High School and attended St. employees, husbands and wives of the

). to Sunday with his mother. Petersburg Junior College.Mr. Bradford County Telegraph and Lake

That's impletc sound system t limit.ilile. Thursday Mrs. L.J. Green. Mrs. Green had as Kuhne is a graduate of Brad- Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson spent Region Monitor.

amplifier, tuner 8- track tape player visitor last Sunday. Miss Sarah ford High School and is employed at Tuesday to Saturday with Mr. and the Barbecued de venison and pork were
piece resistance on the well
TG&Y.
and two speakers-all for$20*.barely the Barefoot Jacksonville. Mrs.attended Bill Morar the graduation in Panama. of City their and laden buffet table set up on the lawn

of couple of albums! Stereo music furnished for
a
price Bill music
i grandson Morar from high
Miss Ellen
George
And with your Whirlpool school Friday night. They visited entertainment and dancing on the
Mrs. H.P. Herres and son Joey deck
central air conditioner Shower HonoreeMiss during the evening,
you relatives in Live Oak and Tallahassee
Y were in Cordele, Ga. Sunday to Tues-
The Miscallys were assisted in serving
can be humming:along in ell route.
Ellen
day visiting relatives. George whose marriageto her
by parents, Mr. and Mrs.
cool comfort all summer
Hal Edwards will be an event of
R.E. Griffin and Mr. and
Mrs. Jim
Ion* A- now before the The Presbyterian youth enjoyed a June 21, was complimented at a Mrs. Richard White and son. Poncier.

heat's on. Call ynurWhiripm.ldealert.Klay hamburger cookout Sunday at the bridal shower Wednesday May 28, Zachry of Bedford. Va.. and Misses Also among the 35 attending were
Kingsley Lake home of Elaine Harris. given by Mrs. Guy Andrews, Mrs. Ada Jo Harper and Teece Norris of several members from the Jackson-
(
Offer good t at pa rticipatmg ) .e Sailing, motor boating and swimming Larry Hardin, Mrs. Herb Herres, Richmond. Va.. spent the weekend ville Fire Department where Mr
dealers i IIlIly. were enjoyed by the group. Mrs. David Montgomery, Mrs. with their parents, Rev. and Mrs. Miscally Is employed. ,
Robert Paterson, Mrs. Phil Vellengaand George Harper,

Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Eggers, Mr. and Mrs. John Griffin at the home of
R {
Whirlpool<< 1 Mrs. Tullie Norman, Mrs. Helen Sapp the latter on Bessent Road. Mrs. Ewell Lawson returned Yvonne Richmond
and Gerald Norman attended the Wednesday of last week after a weekin .
fit funeral of Mrs. James Stokes in Guests were greeted at the door by North Florida Regional Hospital Shower Honoree
Y1 Jacksonville on Saturday Mrs. Griffin and standing in the for surgery. Miss Yvonne Richmond
of Mikado.
receiving line were Miss George, her
Mrs. Michael Sistrunk and mother Mrs. William George, the Mrs. Linnie Woods spent last week Mich.. whose marriage to Jim Johnsof

daughters of Salem Ark. are spending groom's mother, Mrs. W.H. Edwards, with her sons Buck Woods and Louis Starke will be an event of June 27 in ;

this month with her parents. Mr. and the groom's grandmother, Mrs. Woods-and families in Live Oak. shower Mikado(in was absentee honored) at a bridal
given by Mrs
ana Mrs. C.R. Scogglns. Mr. Sistrunk Lila Caldwell. The honored guests ,
Mark
will join the family In two weeks. received rose corsages. Mr. and Mrs. Nealy McConnell, Jr. Owen Moody Mrs. Don Tilley, Mrs.,,
Alvarez Jr.
were In Olustee Sunday visiting Mr, and Mrs. John'Kenney
Lovely arrangements of roses were and Mrs. McConnell. Sr. Sr. at the home of the latter.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller and son, ,
placed at vantage ints throughoutthe on Tuesday;May 20. ,:
Scott of Jacksonville visited his
parents Mr. and Mrs. George Milleron party rooms, Background organ Mrs. Abdol Alivandi and three Miss Richmond and Mr. Johns are'
music consisted of traditional and ,children, who have been living In Iran both students at Bible Baptist College,
Sunday to celebrate the
-Ia/IliNlh.| : *.iiKMi lrttprti' npUuttilwithih' tlrm Offrreopinvjul) (Ii.I piwtHaye's Miller's In Clarks Summit, Pa. The
49th wedding anniversary.. contemporary love songs. ,with their husband and father for the prospec-t,
past five years, returned last week to live groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. y
ElectricAir Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief Mrs. "Hardin invited the guests' to stay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Johns pf Starke will take th.!
spent
Wednesday to Monday with their the family room and Tracy George M.M. McRae. Mr Alivandi will'join bridal gifts to the couple when they attend -
wa hostess on the garden terrace the family In a month. the wedding. 3
and Mr. and
daughter family Mrs.
Conditioning where the gifts were displayed. Mrs. .Several arangements of peach and''
J.S. Walker In fort Lauderdale
and
Lila Rae Yawn poured punch and yellow silk flowers were placed at':
the
attended
wedding of their
grand Mrs. Vellenga served cake in the din- vantage points In the party rooms! "
064-8744 355 N. Temple Ave. Starke Fla. mother. Cindy Walker- to Paul Stackon Ing room. with an arrangement of the same.
SaturdaY'.nlght. i \ DUPLICATE IIIIDOI flowers along with wedding bells and

FINANCING AVAILABLE Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearns were The-hostesses' presented the' Hazel and CLUB Jerry RESULTS Moran were the bride. doll centering- the relreshmenttable. ,'"-

In Orlando Thursday and Friday honoree with the round platter in her winning couple at Duplicate Bridge The '
chosen china pattern as a.memento of 'hostesses are giving the,
.
visiting Mrs..John Todd and Mr. and Tuesday nigbf. Lucile Green and honoree an silver
If You Qualify Mrs. Marion Eskrldge., the occasion, Shirley Watsma, were second and and server as engraved a memento of cake the knife''
,-'.', Krish Son) and Bob Patel werethird. lion. occa-




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Senior Boys Tournament is This Weekend ::1



The Starke Stars senior boys team bouts its 3rd Annual Parts of Jacksonville at Edwards Road with Northside i

Youth Softball Association (Stars and Jr. Stars) mens softball iBaptist Church of Starke meeting Harry's of St. Augustine)
tourney this weekend June 6-8, at both Edwards Road at Westside.
Field and Westside Field In Starke.On Another first round game starts things off Saturday mor-
1 the line will be a truck load of hardware, Including ning at 9 a.m. with Kingsley Lake Baptist Church meeting I
first through fifth place team trophies, individual trophiesfor N Waves of Starke at Edwards Road. At the same! time the ,
first through third place teams, a team Sportsmanshipaward winner of the Hayes-Rainbow encounter takes on Shodas :
MVP trophy and a Home Run trophy.. Auto Parts of Jackonville at Westside. ;:
The 15-team event cranks up Friday night, at 7 p.m. with
Hayes Electric of Starke challenging Rainbow Marine of The final game In the winner's bracket is slated as Saturday
Brooker at 7 p.m. on Edwards Road and Hampton meetingthe night's last tusslegoing off at 10:30: p.m. at Westside !
Live Oak Patriots (Live Oak's 16-18 year old team) at Play then continues in the loser's bracket at 1 p.m. Sunday I
the same time at Westside Scheduled for 8:30: p.m. are with the first title game set for 4 p.m. and the second mat- I
Drews of Lake City and LWCI at Edwards Road and the chup at 5:30 p.m. if necessary.The .

Stars and D.W. Hutson Construction of Jacksonville at regular!! line of refreshments will l be served at both
Westside. At 10 p.m. BGT of Starke meets Genuine Auto ballflelds with boiled corn added to the menu.Kicking .

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Men's June TourneySet 1315The IYIUi( :


Farmers and Dealers Bank of
r JI tr e ( Cake Butler women's Softball team
1 will be hosting what looks to be an

18-team men's Softball tournament at -,
the Lake Butler-Union County

Recreation Complex Friday through l

Sunday June 13-15. ar r'ali 'i.
The Farmers and Dealers Bank

Men's Invitational, an ASA sanction
led event with ASA umpires, will start

Friday night, June 13, at 7 p.m. with
games all day Saturday and Sunday
afternoon. Teams from Bradford said

to be going to the "Class B" event are

NuWaves, BGT, and possibly Hayes is aN -
Electric and Northslde BaptistChurch.

/ .ram tF Clubs from Lake Butler,
r Macclenny, Gainesville, Green Cove,
i Jacksonville and Folkston Georgia 41 .. /

Safe at First Base round out the field.
for a hit as Giant first baseman knocks down the late and will be given to the top
Ron Thomas of the Dodgers beats out an Infield rounder low, throw. four Trophies teams, first and second place In-

dividuals, and the tourney MVP and
Home Run champ Also players can
enter a Home Run Derby contest

Northside Clinches Church Title Lawtey Blue Giants which'" will be run In conjunction with

I Win in DY Majors; the tourney. For $1 they'll get 10
swats at pitches offered up by a per
Northside Baptist I Church clinched 7 ....p,J. Lawtey Blue thumped the Dodgers sod of their choice.Ihdians r

'I' its second straight league title, C.I..v5apl.t**>l* tlit I I : a 4 .: : : 1 ICilnrfl : 14H 31-0 Monday night, after the Giants
beating back a challenge by Church of W Wllllnm .-.35 a tw. are.JII III.- had put it on the Dogers 15-2 last Tuesday _
God 9-5 last Thursday night to run its .N............*..i4>TrlllcM, .I.....*..21.O.v.. in Dixie Youth .Major League 15-Tigers 12 tt
13-1 with one to lint 14H
mark to game go. play.
*'l D. Niwrttiy 4>4 tw*II ,
o. .Itamnwml 111. lull*)!a-3.::C.w S. Robinson threw a one-hitter and In DY'Minor PlayThe t{

The church season closes out Thursday had two doubles for Lawtey while M. Indians edged out the Tigers .
Northside n *l* *l *ll* I I I 1 I I 4 double and ,11
June 3, with Gowers added a triple, ,
night, .
15-12 and .the Twins nipped the .
li< lVllil>*tlM I I 'l II. II ."" .." ..
finishing out against the Junior Boys .Pin' *lvtl PfMk Dvrrnc*1.1. W.alfilliMM*II three singles for the winners. Phillies 14-12 in the only Dixie Youth -,.. ..'
at Westside Field at 7:30: p.m. II.d.yaro, .Cfwfr*..4twll<..t.IfMta 1-4... The Giants got a home run from baseball action "
Last week the league champs were 0. Valet ,..Dwrn Mt* .... -O.wfat*>!... Daren Chandler three hits from Minor reported League from last week.

tied 1-1 with Church of God after three Mtnd.y Jim sand Michael Gray, and two from Glen Jamey Carver tripled and singledand up some Dust
half Innings but they came up Junto lay . f.4KlmjilvU4i Barnes. both Ed Douglas and Mitch Gray That's what Stefan Wheeler of the Giants did on this plav. But It was worth the
with four runs in the fourth behind *.....,.. 4 0 I 1 1 Ift 7 The Mets and Braves played to a 5-3 doubled' for the Indians while the dirty pants and sore thighs a* umpire Chub Johnson ruled heeler got In under
.. .. .,.. .... .
J c. 1 1 O spa'IHIIUfctt and
double Davis
Jimmy Alvarez's bases-loaded I'I0ev C. lll* O. wK ... ,. (nullDM ... tie with Drew Stephen Twins, who scored four times in their the tag of Dodger catcher Kristin Alday.
They added four more In the sixth I.: LN ) Cnwterd.: Jones both hitting a double and a last at bat to win were led by Dale
as as Alvarez and Chris: Lawson single for the Meta and Mike Chappeland Brown who singled three times, while
doubled .... *.*)_" 0 0 s a J e 1. II Dewey Williams rapping doubles
Rick Klmutis doubled and singled.
": k1"" I a 0 a 0 0- 4
I In other action Kingsley Lake edged : and singles for the Braves.
Fine uviiifu<.Jackson wiii. W *M II-
the Junior Boys 7-4 with Coolidge ship. Pave a5'..t.Tlbbontw.il.>.l..nl.N Nunn 11IIllclMrd -....Pans W........,._11 Sunshine Games Info
Gassett going 2-for-3, Pine Level topped Mllmw, II. Alton, II. M. ,- IIr iwtrii r 11 t 11 11I Ph.II. ,.. 0 0 I I 1 11
.*.... a. KIIT.. II. I. iWU 11Thiirutay 0.4-- 0 I 1- I TIM' 0 0 114 .14MilllhMt Available Here
Jackson Is
Brooker 11-6 as Bruce \ewter Mu-' M. 0.w..e H 25 aM... 1a'..a.de Dl' Grown tira. ,,'.. I .,...... II A !la.
.
Wayne Blankenship and J. Tibbon all .Map fe fw* .... C. ..*. M* II'. C. Jmkliw MM .... llchl. hOMO two ,111. O*..M tanm 28. ...... Informational on the Sunshine State Games, "the miniulympeafor
pamphlets
cracked two doubles and Ronnie O.r>lifO4. llttlttlNoMt..l OrM si-e II. JvdiM, It Darrift Pima_n ,.. t. OllBli' 11 trie Call St.
Office West
...., MoM ,.. the people of Florida" are available at the Telegraph on
for-2 with a triple for ''*' .llit I I I 4 4 t A'Ieft' N.A
Nugent was Church*f O4l.*"lrin*McCMbm 1-4 Nattily J", Th.Iraq.MtttMM Twin,. 0. Willi... 28*Dlrx II...Dud' oldln, ., *11I in Starke.
the winners. Kingsley Lake then topped 11. O.Klrliln4. I.Ill 1 I 0 Inv 0- a tw* .Is.. TI.p, I*"". 25 A II. '. ee...." II. The first annual games will be held from July 10 to August 3. mostly In. i
.
Pine Level 11-4 with CurtisCrawford N.do.. .Do.'h..J. ,....,Alwm, 2.a_ 1 I I I I 1- IMHi including'district qualifying events In .. .;.
Gainesville but competition,
preliminary ,
!3-for-4 with two > Oil IIWKUI11 IIIf Dr.w 0*>ll m I II lt*.hij *mllll I; IluMtoy.May 17 of
going i. ..,..P44 u...1. IM ,OIM.M>* Is'..J.NvH* wll.. t>>*illnvii Ind.(- I II I t II sports such as wrestling and track and field will he held before that.
doubles and Larry Ennis 3-for with *"l* iht l I I 4Mr.1.Ap35 MIk .II .... D Wlllton' *II I '.. CHllll Joe- 1 0 0 II Other sports In the 21-event schedule, include shooting equestrian kayaking,
tuo-bagger.( Julrlin : : I I I : : IH .>4 I la. .. M4V' *** 21. ...,.... C...*. 111 II I. ..*.|,.. M. 0,* 28 C. and the annual high school all star games which have been Include
lifting,
Calvary nipped Hope 16-15 as _C Mall" IN*. P. .M. Orc*I.I II. ,--..M.y 21 Dull, ,.. Ol"_ '". InM*II weight
Richard W. Williams who was 5-for-S Jr. layi!fett N..fwt 1-1.John lMittt 11II.Tm -- 0 0 t I I I TI*- JM| ......'.k 11 a II ed In the Sunshine State Games schedule.
Cri..y....!tfh.9 aped !-!...".. 0vl 11NrltiiM 01-to 5 2 09 1 4darn. .11
with a triple and two doubles, smack.wit Oi l f.e.I tewM two .lit. Jimmy, WIlMHI IIAllwt .
ed on of his doubles In the seventh and .,...,...._,......, w., It.l110. Im Thml/ II. anal Orfl II.OIM ..
scored grounder for the winning '. *tma ChunkCrnirc ,.., .. Dw** OlfiMmt '''. M. Ol. Ihf** I... Otanm .
on a .
... ti.5.3,1.. 14-4 viva, .... cfcudi CMWn M. lW>y.n.Ck*..4l'"
run. D. Nazworthy was a perfect <.l)0*> II A. l..*wl Ik.ltk.W...."..r II.T rikr. II MotRa ,
for-4 with two les for Hope. The P'I *L*'*IM ,.., !

Junior Boys top al'l Hope 7-4 as TomC.4'r. ....,. wAn
my Crosby, Hudson and pie"M-A.a" "
Stephen Spell combined for six hits in *:IHM' -I1; Dixie

six at bats and John Bennett added a ........_., .... BoysBaseball Extension ere
for-3! night. ...._of H4

Wendy's of Lawtey and the Ctvitans



I Women's and Florida Open Bank SoftballThe _J..w.3 play claimed sneaked Wendy's last wins week.by, the the in Dixie first Starke Boys half Merchants champs baseball, You Need It Can Really l t I


Domino's 0....14"'....Ie'' 4 4 > 0 0 II 13-11 Tuesday evening as Carlton
battled in another wild and wooly Hm>Mn I t I I 0. 1 Johnson doubled twice and Sam Nor-
women's league Shootout Monday .......Iwttfra Drtoy. 44.A.I....II.>*nk Jack")
...... man scored three times: for the Of
night, with. the Domino's coming out _wwrt.t OUtoft-4W '.'. Lawtey club. Set You I Itlfj

on top 11 9 to push themselves for two the _Sam I 4 4 0 I .1. The Clvitans got two singles from .
games up on the bankers Illtt-ll both Gary Tyson and T. Denton in t ti tsr
league lead and into *2-0 lead in the Ow.5. c.....: n..4 .... their win. .
two club's three game series.It t..W.* 1-1. slit NMtta .... V.ri J*.n 14 MUra I
though as the __.-1. Dkn_M. Otori saps W0n .
,
far from easy
was '--..J.n a ,
4 2w. Cum.JrlJahmaii
Domino's had to bold Florida Bank l>4. SNIP-ltihiiil .-.. Ivtty Jew Had- WMVlUwM( ) 0 4 I I IIHm .
final four innings to .._ .- III IIW4V .
scoreless over the Nil MMMBU 1-1 21. .
., CMM 1.1.-* 15.. M*Ptwo
come back from a 9-4 deficit. Dawn The."".Meg 2.S.ww IVi. Ow* l.Mlh-_ Iw* .... TMW Hill' /w* u... i
Schoening was 3-for-4 with two I I O i O r 1 Iw Mirma II.A. H..mH II.Anthwiw Wllltomi' .
...,,. 4. 41.woe :
doubles and both Cassandra' Johnsonand 1 1 0 1 Mrfu Mirllmnii Tally O'MM III _
.. "
O.hi.1. '-.21.- Io -
Kathy Whitehead were three for -...,.J2c.N.M .... .
four to lead the Domino's 17-hit attack M..I.H | 1 I 4 O 1 I 4 I I lI .:.fr.
Linda Cubbedge powdered a CMimniKy. lit Dmfofli I I II 4 II I 1 1 1 fClilliiiil "- )
homer to left to N.mp/w. N-ri>II. Twthrl4.Dmkmi yTwjtwl'i.T.O.*tH(W* IVi. I. 1"':'
grand slam wile All'.*. 4-4 M. Tkw.p im +t. Wlmlir. 1-4 __n.via C.l .rl.n II K.OrtHIt, '..M Clm ;
Florida Bank into a 5-5 tie N1I M.tatlum .m. Cl*I-I.If***, '. II. ,. Atari IS.ofl..l..N fl.
Peggy Nettles and Lorna Leasure -be"-.Iw*l-..I.liinmiiii ....11 .
were 3-for-3, and Vorease Jones st-al.'' WA0.min. 15.. O..dd Pa..w.y. M L '..... II. ..... WnnII
lead the losers .. 12.1Conus ,J.liin.tt '.. l.m;DOW II.W .."'1 ;;:r :
1-for-4 with a double to -...- ,.. .
who cracked 16 safeties. Betty Jean ,,-it Omln, 9.I ..-....-all !
Hudson homered for the winners. ...#. ....._.1..M. w ..t4y.. CMMmi It.ta.III eIw.w.... .
... lfHI (5.p..1M
In other women's play BradfordFurniture's l- 1/m.N-N.-h.-had.tso ,
.M are. od is ow taw".
Saints held Hampton to ,

one hit while getting four of their own ._- -, :
from Sandra Darley in a 16-3 win the i How many times has this hap i
Dazzlers of Community Bank smoked
6OOO BTU'STMHfI f pened to you
Hampton 28-8 as Edna Allen went :
You're in the middle of doing
right
4for-S and Patty Wheeler Cheryl IDponnati .
Horn and Thompson added three hits, PLUG'IN something you tint\ put down and
and Florida Bank woke after failIng All CONDITION -
up Ill VOLT the phone nngs.
to get a hit for six innings to i M "we
escape the Rowdies 4-1 as Edith Sapp Conditioning r....... If it's not nnging where you're'working

Vorease Jones, Terry Prevatt. andLinda chances are you'll never
.
Cubbedge scored In the last inning from M-irtH PtugHnlotw\.K.Kuiit/ .0'001111-100'.".y' l Yw make itBut

Fi DDER I /. eircuii<.ub|.ct to'ioc-coot.) with an extension phone from
.a Inil.llilyOurMlf' .HtlMPICK
Mount Nihau' sides Continental Telephone, you're not:
a Threw cooling, .o wd.- call.
/ ............aulomiiiic. .... likely( to miss a
Lipton Tennis Entry J .irwrnoswtimuiaicd We have,extensions to suit almost

v.oodfl"16h0sn" J-j' every room in your home.They come
Deadline is June 23
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-Tattle-f '
1 dimmllootlaftwindowopemn,020'I in a variety of styles 1 .And
Entry deadline for the LiptonTea'Mixed '" more
'.31'wide I' only cost a few cents a day;
Doubles Tennis Tournament
pin on by the Stark Recreation. mtui Win loory HMD. cow The ease and convenience are
Department Is June 23. '.ogn'l P worth a call to our business office or

ITh41 tourney is slated for June 26-29 a visit to your local Phone Fair;

I with the cost W per entry. .$259.95low Well} set you up so:youll never
Register at the Old Armory Recreation .
Office from 830am.: to 5:30 p.m. be set off again.Without. I .

Trophies will be given to the first and power consumption) Extension
second place teams with the winners Rai llablo rotary compr.aior;

advancing to a sectional tournament "' ,Phones All Your Calls Arc
Eligibility: Only Bradford County .
Vii, A.Aa..raAsk ... r

rbeeesidents.n nationally and amatures ranked who in have the lost not about F.ddrs great.warranty) Y3.4 aJa / 8 w ... .Rs "Le gDistaRce.". 1'1'c '

three 1,
years are eligible. Conditioning from FEDDERS
Tournament Rules: Play\ will consist oTn

of two out of three sets with a
nine-point tiebreaker In sets that WINKLER ELECTRIC INC. '" Continental Telephone
reach M. A Random draw will be us- w _
ed In the single elimination tourna- 234 N. Temple Ave. Starke II

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Bradford High Grid Notes


Tha Tornado coaches scattered Hurse said tour teams on the BHS
Friday night to see three prep jamborees schedule will run the wishbone
1 r 44 In Gainesville, Palatka and (Eastside, Palatka. GHS, and Fer-
11 ITh1 g Ocala.They'll view every team on the nandina) and added, "We've got six
p J I960 schedule except Live Oak "and teams on that schedule that are gonna
we don't play them until the ninth be tough as hell.
game anyway" noted BHS Head
Coach David HW'IJft..Fernandlna .Most recent FHSAA enrollment
40 ,, figures show that only Macclenny and
1 Beach was added just Santa Fe of the ten teams on the Tornado
a i last week("after they watched us get schedule draw from a smaller
killed by Lee") to to fill out the Tornado student body than Bradford -HIgh.
Win schedule. Bradford dropped Buchholz and Palatka are i nearly
Ocala Vanguard and Ocala Forest off twice as big.Hurse .
the card In favor of Fernandina and
North Marion. The slate now reads: again says the coaches are
11 f kh Macclenny away Sept. 12; Eastaide "really encouraging the kids to workIn
home Sept. 19; Palatka on the road, the Summer. We'll keep the Field
Sept.28, Santa Fe St. Augustine and House open most of the Summer of
Gainesville High for a three game course. One of the good things we've
home stand Oct.3, 10, and 17; a three had so far is the player's good attitude
F game road swing with North Marlon. and leadership In the Spring. If we
Buchholz, and Live Oak away Oct. can keep that going through the Sum-
M, 31, and Nov. 7; and the finale with mer,it could be the difference in hav-
Fernandina (after an open date), ing a fine club and having an average
Nov. 21. club."

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Goal Line DefenseThis SUNDAY SCHOOL & BIBLE CLASS

was the second unsuccessful attempt by Jacksonville Lee to puncture the SCOTT WHITEHEAD 6 P.M. :
Tornado end lone from Inside the three early on In the Lee-Tornado quarter at WORSHIP SERVICE 7 P.M. '.
the Spring jamboree weekend before last. Kevin Reddish met General fullback BUILDER
Thomas Crowley with help from noseguard Kenny Wright to keep the ball a foot Keystone Lions Club*
away from the goal line. But,on the next play Lee quarterback Jimmy Cooper House Plans Service Keystone Heights., / Fla.
snuck over for the first of Lee's three scores In a 21-0 win. Call 473-4177
9 to 5
Tornado defenders pictured are from left to right. Wright (53), linebacker Call 964-6512 p.m.
Mark Crews (65), and Dale Buchanon. 473-2007 After 5 pm


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Men's Open Softball
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Hayes Electric a 7-9 team coming ..........N.r..
in, stunned league leader Starke ot t i s t '
S-1...N" I e e e 2 .
Truck Plaza 8-2 Monday night, han ._. ,
ao"|I.lphOllflnU' $ .s.U M o-
ding ST only its second loop loss ....
against 15 wins. 5..I-.....Oiu JMICTXI M,T.m r.I.N..3-a a l i
In other action reported LWCI -2.3.He..V.PO. t laiK. &

pounded Hampton 20-3, BGT snuck bj, 1 I 2 4 1 e. d
the Senior Boys 5-3.and Hampton go. 91..W11 1 0 1 1 .
its first win of the season topping .11.-.1...ISIXfend.-. Iw.M..Jim J.-w.
.
1 1 1fr...-Hwt.4.O.IIHI.u*.-.. 4W
Hayes 107.Lamar ....... wo iwnwi 44.W'".Whkkr. ..4.Mf ._
Sanford and Jim Jameson .........
silly 2.3INR.Mm"......W 3..MM
both had two doubles to help the -...55.WHIN
Hampton club Into the victory circle.In .d.y.M.p IS
... .
11,0. 3 .1. 1
the Hayes upset of Starke Truck _...N.Y.Nuww. . .
Dinky Kilby went 3-for-3 and Wade ..'tany ..... 44 20. fM *Cy k.dg.IM. .
Winkler was 3-for-4 with a home run MMM ......... H*. Remit Oitta H ... OnTfllmw EVERYTHING WE SELL HAS A
for the winners. .....25.
_...My.l CIwl l.km..2.2,Ma 0-.dI d.awl
BGT had just four base hits through *2R.N.n. .
five innings but Mike Sanders and MONEY
.- 2 a a 2 .1.
. John Ramsey both slapped hits in OT > I 4 I I I > IH
both the sixth and seventh innings as .nMm a). 6wr..d .... Jim Immtnm ... M BACK 0 OP3Y
21'.. L ta*....lit.CvMt M.on .
their team came back to top the jMmr OrtKli H M,0 *.-....4...Unm
Senior Boys. a ,.*.25.
LWCI powered past Hampton as 11..01-1.11 l 0 a 3LWCI GUARANTEE!

Larry Lee went 4-for-4 with a homer ...... ...... t s ... i i nI .-..
do*,HIGH .w... .....,....BMW
and double R. Gay was 3-for-4 with a /. ) l-l M.lwatl.niv.MdiSXM.UMrlMMM.LOMH. 7
homer and two doubles and B. Sykes SAVE 30'- PANTRY PRIDE
91 ..Itaril 14..... ... .S219
WlhM'
went 2-for-2 with one two-base-hit.
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1WCII,l..ry u....Mil...S.MM...M t.O.r 14HHtw. y PORCELAlrt.CLAD SAHARA DESIGN
..".R. ... .. PIECE MOLASSES.TOMATOES C.VEGETARIAN MEANS ORCAMPBELL'S
PHlpMHck I 4 Mil WIlMff M tw.21 FEATURE OF THE WEEK 51
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Jim. J.-..., T_ P.l.djiw. 1.3, KM AUTO (PORK & BEANS CANS
,..-,.... 2 QUART
KNOW P COVERED $799
r!.. G SAUCE PANSAVE

Srs. Best-Ball 8yGenl .:qtQ: <; :

Title DecidedThe RossQ.

team of Joe Johnson and Jack I'm all out of solutions HORMEL RED CHEEK
Alvarez won the 1st Annual Seniors for my 1J79 Ford Bronco. WITH"GENERIC"
Invitational golf tournament at the It's cutting out on acceleration POTTED MEAT APPLE JUICE
Starke Golf and Country Club thil and rough
past weekend combining for a Idling. I thought H mightbe $-900 320&
32-under par total of 112 for the 18 throttle linkage and 53oz QJ'' BTL. 59t
holes. plate adjustment. No. "I've FOOD e SAVE 20'
The tourney was open only to those cleaned the fuel filter and SAVE 20
55 years''young' or older. checked the carburetor CAN
"Monk" Dinkins and Joy Dayan float' ;level. What's next?/ V IETABLES.29*

were second at 116, with Paul
NAIF GALLOP*MEAVT DUTY LAUNDftV
"Nummy" Hutchins and A.B. A. Be sure your accelerator $169
Howard third at 118, and a tie for pump plunger (diaphram) Is DETERGENT DELMOHTETOMATO
fourth between the teams of Ermie not deteriorated. With the : A & W
Jones and Lynn Bobo and Bob King choke plate open, look Into DETERGENT 49 e.
and Bob Patterson both with 124's. the carburetor throat as the
"We're going to try to get this going accelerator pedal is rapidly ]POfATOES..29* ROOT BEER SAUCE

and do it every year," said Warney depressed. A steady streamof ....CUT ORe2N & SUGAR FREE
Adkinson. gas should discharge. If it 29* VF

....................... does not, replace the pump 3EANS . 12oz CANS 150&

Eagle & Course Record the plunger.intake Also manifold an air will leak lean Into I SAVE 14 S149 3 CArtS 51

Recorded out the fuel' mixture and SAVE 35'
Jewett Fogg 28 handicap and all, cause rough Idling and poor
eagled the hole at the acceleration. Squirt a 50-50 MACARONI &
Starke course Sunday mixture of S A 10W
May 25. He us- motor
ed a six iron to hole his second shot. oil and kerosene around the CHEESE DIMMER SASS 10'. 1 ..CAM5GROROIA SAVE 10"*4.. K>.BV COLOATI *
base of the carburetor and Tomatoes (RED) 3'89 Punch Detergent 199

Last Wednesday May 28, Bill intake manifold with the PANTRY PRIOR AU SAVE i4'on 4-3-ASSORTED NOODLes
Adams matched sides of 31 to lower engine running at Idle. If the .25 Drink Mixes (POwDER)79* Sanwa Ramen. 4lAV
the Starke course record to 62. He had mixture is sucked inward or ...
20loo COUNT _
7.250 sAvelO' !CAR sysas S PUCtS
shared the best-ever of 63 with Harold engine speed Increases A 129 -
"Bish" Bishop.Adams replace the gasket.Automotive Tea Bags (PANTRY PRIDE) Mushrooms 49oidETpasoT.
SAVE 14 i *i WHOLC nfurtet

by his scorecard.consistency He had was five indicated birdies Parts Center Libby Corn ,3/l : .59
and four pars on both the front and MAYONNAISE 96
back nines. STARKE r p..i. Diet Pep.T-l'p. Sugar Free Coke. Sprite. Tab.
Sl Tl ft At A.D

DRESSING ., .. 8611Ot T-l p. Mountain Dew orSlnki| :Mr. Pibborlello'ello
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l'"A"I Mat l I REAMER ._ $117 SA"1 10 I L a STGMonogram
Rice-,79"

SPAGHETTI ,289DISHWASHER I!..JIF SMOOTH. CRISCO >SO35 -r.1::
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I Lawtey News -000000,.,.,--opftftoaby ----- TWO ,_,_ .__.__ _,..., .............. .. ....._.B>>. .



;:' Phone Elizabeth 78 -3311 Terry() Frank Camp. The occasion was to ,Saturday afternoon. It was.well at- tended the Stock Car Races at Lake enjoyed the party and Hiss Dobbs were hostesses for a going-away part
celebrate their_In-law Mr. KindleMobley' tended with the and wife of
'. mayor City Speedway.
,: received many lovely gifts. Sunday night after services for
'" Personals: birthday." Lawtey several County officers and Jerry Teston, of Gainesville, spent Refreshments of cake and punch "OUR FRIENDS" Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs.
,i IIM..... James Waters left Sunday her C.R. Crew spent a week with also Secretary of Corrections Mr. the weekend with his mother, Mrs. were served by the hostesses united Donald Shinn and their daughters

i v.,June 1 fora month's vacation with her Mrs.son-in-law and daughter,Mr. and and Mrs. Louie Lee Wainwright of Earl Teston. All of the family had a Methodist Women. Lori and Sherree who are moving to ,

relatives in San Francisco, Califor.nia. Jacksonville.Rev.Tommy.Clayton and son Tom of Tallahassee.We cookout on Saturday evening. The occasion their new home Route S, Box 198-D. I

were happy to learn that Mr. was to celebrate their Grace United Methodist Vacation Concord, N.C. 28025. This also
and Mrs. W.R. Crews of party
i. : Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jarrell of Sioux Leonard Norman is home) from St. mother's birthday. Bible School will begin June 9 through included our four graduates from I

,':'Jacksonville, were Monday supper with Falls their South Dakota,spent a few days Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville, and Mr*. Anna Mae Sapp of Starke, June 13, 6-9 p.m. each evening.Mr. senior high school In Starke, May 30.

,;, 'guests of Mr. and Mrs. DO. Brown. Green parents MrandMrs.W.H. is doing real well. spent Sunday afternoon with her and Mrs. Donald Wilkinson attended Misses Nancy Bennett Rhonda Nor
recently. We were happy to have Mr. and mother, Mrs. Daisy Thompson. services at Eden
pit' Mrs Johnny Jenkins of Milliard Baptist man, Sherree Shinn and Joey Starl-
Larry Dobbs of Huntsville Ala., Mrs. Paul Norman and family at On May 31 Henry Hodges and Church at Hawthorne I
:.IvlBited her mother, Mrs. O.J. Anderson visited his son on Sunday. ing. Refreshments of cake and punch
,. ) Wednesday afternoon. Arlie Dobbs grandparents Mr.and Mrs.. church on Sunday after his tragic accident Mark, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith The ladies of First Baptist Church were served to those present.
recently. recently. Our are with and Baker
Miss Nancy Struth and Mrs. prayers Harvey attended the Stock
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Boch and

Virginia Struth in spent Saturday seeing daughter, Jenny of AJachua., were him.Mr.. and Mrs. Hermle Kelly attended Car Race. and Mrs.at Lake Charles City speedway.Mr. Starling and. i
-the St.
". i Mrs.sights Sandy Thomas Augustine.of Jackson- Sunday dinner guests of their mother, the Florida Annual Conference of family were hosts for a birthday get Hampton HighlightsBy '"" I
Mrs. .
Daisy Boch and
'. 'vllle, spent Sunday and Monday with Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson.grandmother, the United Methodist Church In together for both their parents, Mr. grade were Allison Arcney, Michael. I
.
Lakeland this Dolores Meng phone 458ISI5.Senior
past week.Monday un- and Mrs. Cecil Hardee at their home
.her parents, Mr. and Mrs. DO. Campen Cindy Davis Rhonell Estes
Rev. W. R. Crews of Sioux Palls
,"Brown.r til Friday. While there they were on Saturday May 31. Those present Glenn Frlese Stefanie Hughes
South Dakota visited his aunt, Mrs. guests\ of Miss Catherine Young. were Mrs. Marcie Taylor and Citizens
and son
: Mr. Mrs. James Anders of Robert Jackson, Misty Koehler
Pierce Crews on Thursday morning.' The Senior Citizens will
Mr. and Mrs. Frank'Starling of Glen Mrs. Freda Griffis and Hampton
Talatka. were Thursday dinner Angle Mitchell, Karla Rush and
Mary
'. of their Mrs. Miss Lynn Whaley spent a weeks Bryceville spent the weekend with daughters Mr. and Mrs. Wayne meet on Friday, June 6, at 2 p.m. in Hili.
guests mother O.J.
Anders. vacation with her parents Mr. and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Hardee and family,Joey Starling and the City Hall for fun and relaxation. Third graders Home
Billy Jimmy
Mrs. Thomas Whaley and family of Any interested is Invited to at
,. .- Starling.Mr. Miss Sherree Shinn. person
1 Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs of Huntsville Long and Polly Woods received
Tampa. and Mrs. Lane Carter are the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee visited tend.
Ala., spent a week with their Mrs. 'Whltfield Perfect Attendance certificates from
Margie and
proud parents of a daughter Candy Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Lay and Mr. and
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs Melanie Steidl Arlene Rich presented
daughter Debbie, of Tampa Lee born
came in Alachua General Convalescing
Mrs. Lonnie Adams of Jacksonvilleon
and other relatives in Jacksonville.Mr. Honor Roll certificates to Tina
Friday afternoon and the
returned
spent Gainesville Little Marcie Carpenter
Hospital, Monday May Monday.
and Mrs. Gaston Smith and Mr. Branham, Quinton Ford Billy Home,
weekend with Mrs.
Mr. and D.O.
home
-
M. Mr. and Mrs. Thursday following hospitalization
Grandparents are Mrs. Flossie Rosier attended
and Mrs. George Smith and Billy Jordan, Terri) Lyn Kennan, Rob
son Brown. Shawna Brown went home James Starling and Mrs. Lois Carter. Homecoming at Evergreen for throat problems at Bradford
Wesley of Jacksonville, Saturday Baptist Powers Roy Payne and Joe Forsyth.
were
with them and will spend the summer Mrs. Earl Teston visited her father Church on Sunday. County Hospital.
of their sister-in- Mindy McLean presented A-B
supper guests vacation with them. Mr.Dave Tanner of .
Highland on Sunday Mr*. Cecil Wade of Tampa returned
Mrs. Honor Roll certificates fourth
law, Henry Smith Mrs. Ida Latham of Salt Lake City afternoon. Cancer Society to her
Miss Elizabeth Terry and Miss Ar- Utah, Is spending sometime with her home Sunday after spending Miss Lillian her grade students Shelly Carter Kelly
Mr. and Mrs. John Tye Jr., and sometime with her sister, Mrs. Fred Stump expressed
thurine Blanchard visited her Augustine, Cassandra Fisher and
sister
nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Leo family and Mrs. Pam Talley and Moore. appreciation to the following
and Mrs. Thelma Wilson at Baker Dyal and other relatives In the com- children of Jacksonville were Friends of Mrs. Jim Rosier volunteers who spent their time and Mindy Hersey.
County Nursing Home at regretto Paul Bawek received a Perfect At-
Macclennyon munity while her brother Ernie Dowl- for the American
Memorial luncheon of energy collecting
Day guests learn that she is a patient in Bradford
Tuesday afternoon, tendance certificate from his teacher.
ing Is 111 In Bradford County Hospital. their mother Mrs. John Tye, Sr. County Hospital In serious condi Cancer Society: Mazella Smith, who Claudette
Mr. and Mrs. Kindle and Peterson. who also
Mobley Our prayers are with them. On 24 collected 119 Ina Home for her col-
Saturday May Henry tion. Our prayers are with her. ;
A-B Honor Roll certificatesto
children, Christina and Kindle presented
The Employees Club of Correctional lection of In the
Lawtey Hodges and sons. Hank and Mark Miss Paula Dobbs of Raiford. was $102.09 Hamptonarea
Mobley of Baldwin, spent. Sunday Institution had a cookout forth Mr.and Mrs. Thomas Smith, Mr.analMrs. honored with a bridal shower on and Pat and Wilma Clark who Sandra Melton Tammy Peeples.
with their Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Rahme and Paul Bawek.
parents, employees and their families on Opey Smith and Chris Fox at Thursday evening. About 25 wests turned In $280.so from 'the Hampton Sixth grade teacher Ernestine Den-
Lake area.
mark gave Perfect Attendance certificates

to Clark and
Amy Tammy
High School Graduates
Rhoden. She also A-B
Congratulations to the 1960 High presented
Honor Roll certificates
;.., School Graduates who received to Amy
Williams Melissa Williams and
.'\ diplomas Friday night at the BUS Clark. Amy

stadium In Starke.Among those from
Carole Stevenson Perfect Attendance
y gave a
this area so honored were: Deborah
-"..'.. Bass Charles Baker Donald Brown certificate to Tracy Baez
,
and A-B Honor Roll certificates to
.
,
Reggy Brown, Scot Clark, Patrick
these seventh Brenda
graders
Crawford, Genene Dorminey Wendi :
Gilbert, Kim Kimberley. Barbara Bawek Billy Bauldree Marie Innocent

} Pearsall,Edward Saxon,Jr., Delmar Stephanie Redding and

Williamson. Jr. and Renee Williams. Elizabeth Payne.
Kenny Clark served as an usher Mrs Stevenson then presented Certificates
mm m to Alan Rogers who came out
.
that evening. D.J. Riddick and Teresa
in second in the
place County-wide
Bauldree helped entertain in the
Bee and Marie
Band. Spelling to Innocent a
: runner up in the same Bee. Alan also

received: a certificate from the
o Refund Club Florida Times Union.
era YOU CAN'TBUY' Mrs. Edith Smith hosted the fourth
o Special recognition was given to
meeting of the Coupon Refund Club at
Ann Baker and Kenny Crawford for
her home Saturday afternoon.
representing the school at the County

o; J ,BETTER Birthday. 4-H Events Day with their 4-H Em-

SO WHY PAY Teresa Meng celebrated her 25th bryology Project, Mr. Lowell Parrish
also sent certificates to these studentsfor
birthday on May 31 with a cookout
their in this
participation project:
and party at their home.
MORE? Brown, Leith.
Teresa Melton celebrated her 13th Robyn Timothy'
Howard Underwood. Wayne
birthday on May 30.
Youngblood, Julie Hall, Alan Rogers,
James Waters turned 9 on June 1.
Tracy Baez. Billy Bauldree, Brenda
Chad Smith 7 old June
was on
-- yean
.. BONELESS BEEP 2. Bawek Julie Dorminey Marie Innocent

,- Ann Baker celebrated her 13th bir- Elizabeth Payne, Michelle
All ITS" O.
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CHUCK 8 ,JU" aPRIC0S000D1"N, thday on June 2. Rahme Elizabeth Ryan Stephanie
Redding Dawn Manning Teresa
$18 Happy Birthday' ,to Tommy Melton Frank Sheffield, Chris Sherwin
POT 'Paladin today,June 5.
: Jerome Mitchell. Alan Rogers
Angela Thomas, Becky Young and
L S LBOROAST I Hampton Lake News
HYGRADE WEST Darren Whitehead.
LBO- Joe Meng,'a student at Tennessee
KESA
VIRGINIA OR L All the above were also presented
Temple College, arrived home last

BONELESS ,$ 88 BREYERS week to spend the summer working grade certificates requirements for completion, along with of Bar 7th

1IO"ILlAltEEP and .
Suave IV A LB relaxing.Mr.

DINNER HAMS LB STUKSCAUPOII"IA .and Mrs. Eddie Fitzpatrick and bara Mrs.Phillips Mabel and Sanders Dana Meeks.
ICE CREAM was presentedwith
IF $198 1 children were recent visitors of the an Unselfish Service certificatefor

SAVE 30' A LB OR ROAST eIU Henry Spell and William Muse her' volunteer assistance in the
CENTER
CUT families. Their mother Mrs. Vilola
HALF reading program for 5th, 6th and 7th
SMOKEDPORK e GALLON $199 Lefebvre, accompanied them for a grade students.
in and the graduation
$168 stay Tampe
SAVE 404SAVE Other school volunteers who received
CHOPS SKILLET BRAND' ceremonies of their daughter.Scot certificates for their helpfulness
Clark and Robbie Harris left
0 were Inger Carolyn Slater
SLICED Campen
for
morning a busy
early Saturday
Cathy Williams Nanci Starling and
4aALET
FARMLAND 79 AVB 14a. summer at Pompano Race Track.
FANCY CUT JoAnn Horne
BACON j.--Fri' There will be and
7geI they grooming
BONELESS SIRLOIN $ Blonnie Derkman was presentedthe
bones with other
PORK ROAST LB PKQ. training along Best Food in the State certificate
o
duties in the horse
Freezer necessary racing
EXCELLENT FOR COOKOUTS LB SAve zoo W" alueen31 vacation. in appreciation of the wonderful lunches
served all
RAVE IT.4 COUNT noun Mrs. Peggy Myers and son, Michaelof year.

Cob Corn (B.RDsEvE89c) Detroit, arrived home early last certificates Kathryn Wiggleworth to her Library presented
RAVE 10'A Ls-CENTER CUT ERRFf CARoGq"PRUDE aRMIReC11wsees *. week to attend the funeral of her Helpers
BAVI I.a |a/ INTIIAY.
s t Sirloin .Steak Ls$288. Liver Sousa g a o.La 5 ae Five Alive. .. 77 grandfather, Alfonso Talbi who died Amy Williams Clark,Marlene Julie Dorminey.O'Steen Amy and

on May 25. Her husband, Alan Myers
s BAVCIO'ALB .II Melissa Williams.
LOTS OF CHICKEN .
Chuck Roast'ffS68: nR..ULBGQTW8..ITN arrived Gainesville. They .plan to Physical Education instructor
relocate in
Men.*,i maun' ,i mem 4 TO Kath Ledbetter certificates
l to
SAVE>0'AU.'O> IB"SAM OE gCII1.K 48J gave
PREEN PLA.OW OA. Among other out of town visitors of
$ 8
6 LBS
PKBMUMOBAM those in the recent
18 participating
Stewing Beef. Lit PANTRY PRIDE the Edward Clayton family were An-

SAVE.0..L..Ys50Y..II..NLY. FRESH PORKSPARE COLD CUPS na's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs County Physical Fitness contest:
Bret Russell for 1st place In
Ground $148' Taibl Alfonso John situps.
Beef La RIBS Joseph Patricia Sid Russell for 1st place In shuttlerun
and ; from Queens, N.Y.' also
SAVE JO*LB. WHOLE I TO !S Lea : W% ,# #. Joseph Peter Elizabeth Payne for 3rd place in'
BaconLa58C BAVE 40- A IB too ; their long time friends
Smoked 8 shuttle run and Melissa Payne. Certificates -
POWER! LB COUNT. 9 7 LaMana and son, Pete, from Tampa. were presented to those who
"" .1.0' Ae NEW ZEALAND 055015. 7oi Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng hosted a
85 percent or better In the
LambLegs .'$169 party Saturday night honoring their. placed '. Physical Fitness Test:

)__pArmn pmtM AMomo ILKED SAVE 32 son, Michael who recently receivedhis Billy Bauldree, Brenda Curtis, Julie

,1IIa, Lunch Meat.. *138MnuLAMr. Carlton High!School diploma. Joyce were and Hal, Elizabeth Payne and Bret

.... PACKER LABEL WHITE \fenf joining Russell.
GAVE .D' FKa IIOIIOI".IC.D, pApmnrtfiHMumo t>m among the celebration.
128 Others doing well In this test were:
Singles (AMERICAN) 0 '0' .. Lunch Meats. toAVI PAPERPLATES Haroptoa Elementary SchoolAwards Brenda Bawek Amy Clark. Julie

GAVE JO' I tai CUP AXILB001 ,_A w.MM ma MNnvLANB Dorminey Tammy Peeples. Jerome
<* Day
Sour Cream. o. Smoked Sausaae$198 1 i On Friday May 30, the last day of Mitchell Brand! Phillips Andy Red-,

SAVE:30*.>4M CUP PANTRY PRIOR. CBEAMID AVI a.... MYOIUO ram PORN TS.R PNq" the 1979-80 school term Principal ding and Christine Sherwin.

Cottage Cheese, *118 Roll Sausage. :68* 100 COUNT (: Connie Clark welcomed some 200 Others recognized were'' Bradley

9 INCH' 9 7 and who Snow Eva Hinz Steve Shepherd,
Suave ID*....KQ. PANTRY PRIDE RAre:30 IO..mO.BOOABB ILfClD COOKED students parents faculty I
Cream Cheese. oov. Lykes Ham. *168 SAVE 12 assembled to attend the Awards Day Frank Sheffield, Alan Rogers,
Melissa'' Williams' Paul Bawek
GAVE .....LI." *>Affia.*.LE_". '' *..Wirier" Orn OICLIA: ceremonies. Melissa
ol..3994SAVE Band Director Michael Woodfin led Payne. Stephanie Redding
Iced Tea
Fyne Spred..3/$1, Sliced Bologna.838M.Tt ( ,the 6th and 7th grade students In the Frantz Innocent, Amy Williams and

10.LBFKO GOLDEN QUARTERS Er
Mrs. Filberts (Oleo. ) 58' Cooked; Ham. 138 Glass 1"CHILMKN dle. Down In the Valley, and Faith of Day Activities
-.
ASSOHTBO Our Fathers. Students playing were Following the Awards Ceremonies

Character (aLAaaea)4$1FIRST Donald Jordan with clarinet; Amy students from grades 2 and S accompanied

11I8II Clark 'on the flute; Robyn Brown their teachers, Arlene Rich I

:: I OF SEASON FROTH yN''ouse .' 99'* played the drum;, Kenny Crawford Melanie Steidl and Martha Smith on a i

played alto saxaphone; clarinetswere field trip to Goldhead Branch State

FRESH; <: played by Tracy Ban, Bi-enda Park. There a Forest Ranger gave,

E I 39; I 'W Bawek, Ton! Hershberger, Teresa them a guided tour through the

SWEET JUICY ACHES; Melton,,Christine, Sherwin, Tammy ravine: Several parents prepared a I
'POLGERS DERp9ASSAGE Rhoden and Melissa Williams. All delicious cook-out lunch
BING CHERRIES SAVE! A LB-a INCHES & UP 1 COPfl I 1I' ,,1E including hot
DISH LIQUID received Certificates for Band
these dogs baked beans cole slaw and cup-

: -Joe-- Strawberries. e" ',.Mn.,0,1.::'Es.: :=. ""32:::w a;.01176::.,:,:,,.:': 1 I Participation. certificates cakes. Parents joining the class picnic
POUND 89 PINT IL Lrrrrrrrr Teachers presented to were JoAnn Horne, Donna Ford
.l
SASS IO-PEEN TINDER..._ __ .rrrrral students who had Perfect Attendanceand Carolyn Slater, Jolene Fri lle, Inger. I

Green OnIQns2.o..5ge' also to those on the A-B Honor Campen and Mrs. Kennan. I
:!I
,SAVE 20 A LB _
...".a.A LBSHO VHITSI Roll.Kindergarteners
Le' '159 KLII"IX! .1 KLIIZN" I on the Honor Roll ,I I

NOW Mushrooms. I TRAY I DIAPERS! /I DIAPERS were Scott Branham Alonzo Outer, Kingsley Lake Baptist : I
"t
"'L". I II COUNT, 'I II COUNT
"Me' ReoN1/R/ Jessica Fisher Regina Padgett Ann ,
Shaw -5 pK.49C eLA.nc ; RUlS" ; Sets Bible School
or; a ad 0 / =::: ":I-:= 'L'I"f: :::: \ :. Carol Roberts, David Roberta and

:- NEW CROP FLORIDAPOTATOES .Ave TV-PMBM PUMMOA L..I ; -.. Darlene Rush who received: certificates The Kingsley Lake Baptist Church

." ,Limes'. : 12ro,89c t from Noelle Silk. will begin Its Vacation Bible School

SAVE T">CRI-V Jean Clark gave certificates to her Monday, June 9, and, end,Friday, r

Fresh Carrots 0 18e : first graders Christina Bunner: and ,June 13 ,
: 'IVORY'LIQUID I' ''Scott Williams for Perfect, Attendance. ? "
10 $11"9 "AVI 10MD BLIM I Ages 2 yean thru sixth. grade are, I
{. c 22' Honor Roll achievers ,were ;welcome to attend. "
.f. 'LB BAG Fla. Potatoes 56 9 I .""" '. .._ ":t' f il Janet Banner, Marcie ,Carpenter. ;;

SAVE IO*. !_JAB...... GOOD THRU-0.:1 IS"- ,Angela D'Augustine. Aimee Hedges
SAVE ZO Roasted' Peanuts949 L-..-----r Srrr..rrr.Er.J Shannon Hughes and Don Roberts. ..Card of ThanksThe

Martha Smith gave a Perfect Attendance Ramsey Tamil'y) wishes'{ to thank

certificate: to Stacy Rhoden. everyone who helped them afll'bouse their
Honor i Roil students in the second- burned down recently. '


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THE CIRCUITCOURT. Civil Action COM No. ,.0(, Township 6 South, Range ,""Florida. At the ment Comprehensive qualified, firm or Individual pave 99f or me cu..n'public .
EIGHTH HO-200. lot 27, LAKE HAMP must be ....,ved. at 22 East and run East a'orom.ntlon.d Planning Act of 197S. as shall take place records of Bradford
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN FAYE E. BUNNER Peti TON -OAKS. a eubdlvl. Hampton City Hall or 779.5 feet Southerly and meeting, all Interested provided for In Chapter 'Immedlately.-. County Florida.
'j[. AND FOR BRADFORD tioner/Wife VS THOMAS Ion recorded In* Plat P.O. Box 250 .Hampton parallel to Highway 16 parties may appear and 1633161163.3211 of The Arthur(Joskins. Chairman Parcel of land lying at

L, COUNTY FLORIDA. EDWARD SUMNER.RespondentHusband Book 3. Page 41,. public no later than ,7:30 p.m. 68O feet East 264 feet \ be heard with respect to ,Florida .t_.... Bradford County the Southwest corner of
'* Civil Action Case No. records, of Bradford Tuesday, June 10 1980. South on right of way to this proposed Ordinance. By Merrill Edwards, City School Board.. the Intersection al
I 80-202. County Florida. lying All bids will be openedat a point 138.67 feel, CI..... Itchg 6S.NOTICE ", 2tchg; *'12. Orange, and Madison
( NOTICEOF and being In Section 25. the regular Hurnplon North of South line of Ordinance, No. 80-2. Sit..ft.Each.
A.I. COPELAND Plaintiff SUIT Township' 7 South Range City Council meeting on N'of' Section West An Ordinance, adopting and every parson
t vs NORMAN H. COR.i NO PROPERTYTO 21 Eatt. Tuesday June 10, 1980. 308.75 feet North 132 certain portions of a PUBLIC NOTICEAn having an Interastwhatever
LEW and JOYCE L. COR : Thomas Edward Bun- has been filed against The council reserves the feet West:330 feet, South Comprehensive. Plan by ORDINANCE omending In the enactment
LEW. Defendants., nor c/o Sue Tumor 243 you. Clifton A. Breaker. right to reject any and all 264 'feet West to a point Bradford County.. the Comprehensiveland of this proposed
Marlon Avenue1 Akron. Sr.. and you are required bids. All bidden are requested 330 feet East of Florida. Including the Use Plan Element ORDINANCE should appear -
i' l NOTICE OF Ohio 44312.YOU la serve a copy of your to be present at Southwest corner of following segments' OF BIDS and Mop Of the City of and be heard at the
SUIT ARE HEREBY written. defenses. If any. the opening of the bids. SW% of SEV4 of NW/4 (potable water, sanitary The Bradford county .Stark, Florida In accordance 'time and place described. ''
PROPERTY NOTIFIED that an action to It. on the plaintiff's attorney Ted Curtis, Jr.. Mayor North 660 feet. West 330 sewer; drainage solid Board of County Commissioners ) with the local .
for dissolution of feet North 660 tool to 'Government Com- By Albert 1. Crosby
TO L. Corlew 599 marriage whose name and City of Hampton. waste, utility public will receive
Avenue: Joyce"H" S.E. '.. hat been filed address Is George H.Pierce V22 3tchg 6/5. Point Beginning. Except buildings and related sealed bids to be opened ,...,.....Ive Planning Act Jr.. Planning A Zoning
Winter Haven Florida against you and you are Esquire P.O. parcels recorded in facilities, recreation and at 10:00: a.m. on Monday of 1975 as provided for Official. City of Starka,
and Norman M. Corlew. required to serve a copyof Drawer 1030. Starke Official Record Book 6, ,pen space conservation July I960 In the. In Chapter 163 ol the florida.1 tchg. 6/5.
s Address Unknown. your written def entet. Florida 32091. and Met IN THE' CIRCUIT Page 26S Official Record intergovernmental County Commissioners Florida Statutes and
If to It, the Book 12. Page 538. Official Chapter: 25 Code of Ordinances
YOU ARE HEREBY any. on plain. the original with the COURT. EIGHTH coordination economic room at the Bradford
NOTIFIED 'that an action tiff's attorney whose Clark of the above styled JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN Record Book 25 feasibility component County Courthouse, for City of Stark*. NOTICEJACK
to foreclose a mortgageon name and addross Is Court on or before, June* AND FOR BRADFORD Page S99. Official Record traffic circulation. and Fire I f.C. VMMCoverage. Florida.. COURTNAY 4
the 'following George H. Pierce. P.O. 23 1980: otherwise, a COUNTY. FLORIDA. Book 26 Page 395. 485, housing). In accordancewith Complete' TO All Cltlsans. Taxpoyars ASSOCIATES has mode
ed property in SrZforclCounty Drawer 1030 Starke, judgement may ba CASE NO. 79-455. Official' Record Book 29. the local Government specifications, may be, and other In. application to the Bradford
Florida: Florida 32091 and file entered against you for ARTELIA W. DALE. Page 507. Official Record. Comprehensive picked up at the Clerk's forested persons County Zoning
That portion of North the original with the the relief demanded In CLIFFORD MATHESONand Book 31. Page 468. Official Planning Act of 1975. as Offlc.. The Board Board for Planned Unit
34S feet at. the NE % of. Clerk of the above styled the> complaint or peti ETHEL KIRCHGASLEft 175.Record Official Book Record 43. provided for In Chapter reserve the right to reject You and each of you Development on 'the property
the SE '/ that lies West Court on or below June tion.WITNESS Plaintiff.Vs. Book Page 144 Official 1633161163.3211 of The any and all bids sub' are hereby and herewith described below
42 Page
.
of Seaboard Airline 16 1980.; otherwise a my hand and PEGGY BARNETT. Defen-' Record Book 71. Florida Statutes.By mitted. given notice In accordance from MIA to PUD
Railway right of way and (udgtment may be the seal. of this Court on Official Record Gilbert S. Brown. Gilbert S. Brown. ) with Florida Located 2 miles
206.
that portion of the North entered against you for May 16. I960. craniaNOTICE OF Book Page 76 Page 152-3 and Clerk For The County Clark to the Board. 6/5 Statutes, and City Or.dinance Southeast of Hwy 100 on
34S .feet of the NE /i of the relief demanded In Gilbert S. Brown A* SALE IN Official Record Book 91, Com mi..Ion...: Itchg 2tchg 6/13. *. City of Storke. 21B onto Spesdvllle Road
SEi that lies East of. the complaint or peti Clerk of the Court. By: PARTITIONNotice .Page 13T and 136. 6/5. Florida. -that the City (S.E. 43rd St.) on 'the East
Stole Road No. 200 (also #for*. Beulah M. Moody Deputy Is hereby given The above d..crlbedprop.rty. Commission of Starke. slda. sixty-five ((65)) acres
known as U.S. Road No. WITNESS my hand and Clerk. that the undersigned as together' with INTENT TO'ACQUIREPROFESSIONAL Florida .has designated' In Section 25. Township 8
301)) In Section 3, the ..olaf this Court on 5/22 4tchg 6/12. Commissioner* herein, all of the tenements PUBLIC NOTICE ARCHITECTURAL the City of Starke, Planning South Range 22 East for
Township South Range May 9. 1980. under and by virtue of hereditaments and appurtenances NOTICE OF SERVICESBY and Zoning Commission a Planned Unit Development
22 East, except right of Gilbert S. Brown. As NOTICE the Court's order thereuntobelonging PROPOSEDENACTMENTOF COMPETITIVE SELEC. to conduct a public for country-type
ways. Clerk of. the Court. By: entered In the above in TION. hearing at. a regular living units 'that would
The of or anywiseappertaining
has been filed againstyou Tanya Hodges, Deputy City and Hamptonwill cause directing sale of will be sold ORDINANCE The Bradford County meeting toP.m. ba held at allow horses and would
receive
Clerk. open the hereinafter. 7:30: 1 In the City
and you ore, requiredto bids on the position of property at said sole Inpursuonce School Board Starka. not Include businessunits.
5/15 4tchg 6/5. described will offer for Commission room. City
serve a copy of your Water Plant Operator. of said order. By the City Commission Florida In accordancewith .
written defenses, If any holding at least a Class sale. and sell at public DATED at Starka, of Starke. Florida Florida Statutes Mall Starke. Florida on This PLANNED UNIT
to It on J.J. Wolberl, Jr.. IN THE CIRCUIT "C" operators license to auction to the highestand Bradford County, notice Is hereby given 287.055 shall! conduct Tuesday June 24. 1900. DEVELOPMENT Is subject|
Plaintiff's attorney COURT EIGHTH conduct operation best' bidder for cashat Florida this 27th day of that pursuant to Section open competition 'In the and make a recommendation to a public hearing to beheld
whose address Is P.O. tho East Door of the selection of Professional to the City Commission on Tuesday. June
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF checks and submit required May. 1980. 166.041 I. Florida a
Sox 1086. Stark, Florida FLORIDA IN AND FOR reports to State,of Bradford County Courthouse Irene, Faulkner Statutes that the proposed Architect. Those and Ihe CityCamml..lon 24 1980 at 7:30: p.m.. In
32091. on or before June in Stark. Individuals firms will consider the County Commission
BRADFORD COUNTY Florida Department ofEnvlronm.ntol Cecelia Terwlllegar Ordinance, whose, or
12. 1980 and file the FLORIDA. Regulation Florida. an June 10 1980 George W. Roberts, Jr.. title hereinafter appears wishing considerationmust on Tuesday July 1. Room In the Bradford
with the Clerk of al 1:00 p.m.. the followIng have the I98O at the some said Courthouse. At
original for the Hampton Pierce I Hardy. P.A., will be consideredfor in office of County
this Court either before, described property. P.O. the place at 7:00 P.M. an Or- this time all Interested .
CIVIL ACTION Cat No. Municipal Water System George H. Pierce. final reading and Superintendent of persons
Plaintiff's situate lying find being dlnanca, relating to: shall be heard
service on attorney 79153. Bids should be based on Drawer 1030 Starke enactment on the 17th Schools 'current GSA :
or immediately In Bradford County, Florida 32091 Attorneyfor Standard Forms 2SI, 2S4. for or against the proposal 1
LONGCHAMP HOMES. an hourly rate and must day of Jun 1 1980. at 7:00 ,
thereafter otherwise a INC.. A Florida corpora be accompanied by a Florida to-wlt: Plaintiffs. P.M. In the City Hall and 25S by June IS, 1980. Tha monlng of the as specified In the i
default will be entered tion. Plaintiff. resume' of education Begin at the Northwest 5/29 2tchg 6/5. Slarke. Florida.A and falling some, shall following described pro Zoning Code of Bradford I
of 'the SE /i and the
against and a Judgment corner not be considered.' perty emending County.
you vs and experience. All bids copy of said Ordinance Individuals
r of NW1Section 17.AGMPoh Comprehensive Land .
will be entered for MICHAEL BACH AND ba Inspected and firms may JeromeJohns.. Chairman

may ,
the, relief. demanded In HELEN D. BACH his PUBLIC NOTICE by any member offer any further Use Plan to provide' that Bradford County
lands
the Complaint. wife and CARLOUS NOTICE OF of. the public at the office, statements or evidenceof currently toned Zoning Board. Itpd 6/5
WITNESS my hand and STALVEY and JOYCE L. PROP05EDENACTMENTOF of ff. the City Clerk al the qualification by .the. R-1C> and designated by
seal of. this Court this 9th STALVEY. his wife, el ol.. Bryan Real Estat3ro City Hall Starka. same dale. Selection the plan Single-Family.
day of. May. 1980. Defendant.' l ORDINANCEBy Florida. At the shall be based upon but Medium Density District
be rezoned to DP and
GILBERT S. BROWN. aforementionedmeeting not limited to: capabilities
CLERK OF THE COURT NOTICEOF W. Call St. (TO the County Com all Interested adequacy of personnel designated Residential

Deputy BY: Tanya Clerk. 5/15 Hodges 4tchg, SUITPIIOPERTY (Cor. US 301 Call St.) LI3 mission of Bradford Krties: may appear and experience. post willingnessto record and Professional of.District GuarantyFederal ; the'prop.ty
'. with respect to'
County Florida notice Is
A Loon
ANYTIME Savings
6/5. TO: CLIFTON A. 9648788. hereby given' that pursuant this proposed .Ordinance meet time and budget Association of
BROOKE SR.. Address requirements location.
to Section 123.66
BRADFORD COUNTY HAS MORTGAGE MONEY 111 I recent and Gainesville, 395 W.
current workloads
Unknown An Ordinance
adopting
IN THE CIRCUIT Florida Statutes, that the Madison
St.. Stark.
BUT IT AIN'T GONNA LAST FOREVER! I and the volume of
COURT. EIGHTH YOU ARE HEREBY proposed Ordinance, certain portions of a Florida described as
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN NOTIFIED that an action whose title heroinaftrappears. Comprehensive, Plan by work previously awarded fallows: to wit: Lot One
AND FOR BRADFORD to foreclote the follow. HOMES will be considered The City of Stock, to the firm by the ((1)) and South So feet of
COUNTY FLORIDA. ing property in Bradford IDEAL FOR CHILDREN-INCLUDING A TREE HOUSE 4 SI for enactment on Florida Including the Board. Lot Two ((2)). Block' One
County Florida: 2 BA-Brick' Veneer-Fern. Room with the 26th day of June, fallowing segments The scope of this af .J
N.
((1) Oowllnq .
llreplace-CM A-Double garage-an IBOx200 lot 1980. at 7:00 P.M. In the (potable, water sanitary selection Is for all additions Addition:-'a"t, the Town el I

$87,700. County CommissionersRoom sawer drainage, solid repairs, and Stark Florida as per
of the Bradford waste, utility. public construction as required map or plat thereof f
for
COUNTRY LIVING-en 2 Acres-Block with Brick County Courthouse buildings and related Bradford County recorded in Deed Book f.
3Jnljn E ((BlnucrReg. Trim--CHA_17B6 sq. ft. living area-1 or 4 BRS-IVibaths Stork, Florida. facilities, recreation and Schools of a possible
value In
4 Real Etlate, Broker Sep DR-fat-In kitchen-Ig. IR with I Fronkllr A copy of said Ordinance open spaca.. con'.Na.tlon. .$250.000.00.Selection..excess of
; ba Inspected Int.rgov.rnm.n'alcoordination.
flr.placW/W c..rpet-v.ry neat$54,000 ewner financ may
ISO of the three 11 111
W. Call St.
memberotriebvWlcat4he economic '
., ed. by any
.,. s,...... 'feasibility ,- best qualified: firms shall
,. component5
( office .
)
All"41% f"o'tl( r<.
... .. lir <<.11" 4t.Qt t ro"Ifir"lotion: 'and take place aV*2 p.m./ ,I
9645527Special : MUST SIN this Brick Veneer .. Jh4" Zoning Olllc..II1 ..i ?
-BR-1 Ba-LR"': Pom. Rnr 1>oo"ng"In) accordance = June 19, 1980.flegetltlons !>, -

with fireplace-CH'A-Closed garage,.-S53.SOO. Courthouse th.' Bradford. Stark.County.,. with the local Govern with the best I

NINE ACRE$-3 BR 1 ..-.rom., Home-Lge DR Lge Kitchen -.- : IOJ J'rI '
Beautiful corner lot at Country CLub. First lime onj panel walls solar hot water system. "'.000.
market.

2 Trailer Parks. ROOM FOR CHICKENS-HORSI-Like new-Stuc. REALTY
.1 trailer park 11 trailers. Approx. 6 acres. Fenced. co/Frome,. LR with fireplace BR 1 Bath-energy
.1 trailer park II trailers. 2 BR frame house. barn op-[ saving features-$45,000 Includes Tractor( Disk Harrow. aJ .
prox. 22 acres 'fenced postureland. LARGE down pay. ( REAL ESTATE ) PHONE 964.7776
ment. Owner will finance balance. PRIVATE SACK YARD I GARDEN AREA-Comfortable 1R CECELIATERwiLitGAR

a We Handle Rentals ( 2 BA-Black-Pant. Roam Closed garage-IM" 205 N. Temple. Starke
.
'2 BR unfurnished' house. Storage Bldg-Inside, 'lIIty-lI.n I Ref. Just "0.000.STRAWn.IIY VI'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE .

.1 unfurnished' apartment.' Lot we heist ...."pipe' dreams" become reelitles. Let us
ACRES-Lge 2-tory 4 or I BRsBeths 4
4 BR 2% Ba Hom.. .kelp. with BOND PROGRAM
financing VA. FHA.
your
.3 BR LAKE HOUSE: Furnished. Feb. May. -on 14 ecres-fenced B crossffenced-Coll for more FIORIUWD REALTOR I. a rcKlxIcrrd collective' membership

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Infarmotlon. mark which may: bo used only b:>' real cslulrpro- FIASHIIFlu.

I warehouse on US 301. Air conditioned offices. Great REALTY 8slonalH who HIT incmbi'i-H of ho NATIONAL:
location. CROSBY LAKE-2 BR 1 Bath Frame_68 feet an water with ASSOCIATION OF UKAI.TOHS', and Kubsvrlbp to .. Calif.. and Texas ors the cjrowJngaffof

I Tackle and Bait business large Inventory.One SO ft. deck $".000. Phone.*..7700 Us strict Code of Klhlcs.: alt .faf... Since 170 they account for

city block in downtown Starke. Just waiting for the .I 393 N. Temple Avenue 40% of total growth In U.S. fla. hot added
right business. Great opportunity for downtown mall. WALKING DISTANCE TO TOWN-2 BR 1 BA-Block enlarge 2 1/4 .million
[I Came see i us for land people Better got these Fla.
1 large warehouse approx. 6.000 sq. ft. Needs roof and lot126.000.FENCED olci homes and new bargain whIle they lost I
Has floor and walls. FRULKNERRERLTY m
repairs. standing homes, .
INVESTORS DREAM YARD-CLOSE IN-Block-3 BR 1 Ba-S20.000. .* *

Income Property Will Pay For Itself Customer needs to sell oc-i-50B5'iAlTO" fmagfno 300 on lake Geneva with tour

.1 small apartment complex. Handyman's special! 4 rentol HAMPTON-IN TOWN-SAVE GAS- 3 BR Freme on Phllco Frostfrse Ret. 2 dr. 1 campfafarfa.ne.i 3.75 acres -

units possibly 5. 100x200 lot 19200. gold-125.00. '- .J owner. "...,.,.", .
.1 I small frame house. PREFERRED HOMES
LAWTEV_Handymen Spaclal-3 SR I (A frame Lot 104 I
en
.1 I large frame house. Needs repairs. Residents or 4apartments Wizard "Citation"- 65.00.Hampton .' *4 BR Brfck B Cypress. A.Rd.12S.Unusuol. S7S.OOO.
4 BA x 208-owner fln.nced-"O.'OO. 221 Lafayette St. Across; from Wishbone
((4 BR )
*1 BR 9 ( Edwards Rd. Has everything.$4".tOO.
.I 2 BR frame, house. side. Zoned
Apartment on com 20 ac. 1100
merclal. LOTS < ACREAGE per Sampson L.kLav.l" brick home-owner fin. $65.000.

NEW LISTINGS I NEW LISTING-IAWTEY-RD 22S at Rd 200A-2 Acres ecre. FEATURES Of THE WEEK *1 BR 2 B ACRES Brewnlee, "Rd. Cattle, country.' $64.800.e .
Block building on 301 North. Great business location. 1 with ever 40O on Rd 228 Zoned 1I..ld.nllal-sa.'OO. Where can you find a S BR house with S beautiful 1 BR 2 B Ranch CrltA 12 A tar' garden Rd. J2S-U3.SOO.
'2 BR, 1 Ba. LR. Kit., on each side duplex. brick landscaped l.wt.8C., 1350 per acres of land far S24.SOO..CALL. USI *N_ teleiilel,, srb.. brick. Ig.family ream, I A52000.
yard. I RD 228-A-2 Acr.s-S5.sOO terms. acre en Crawford Rd. 1108 Front. BR 2 B CUBA FR, dbt. (or. $".000.

'3 BR, I Ba Greenhouse, Zoned Commercial. Three bedroom house on I acre of land. MAKE OF *7IB Laura. St. Completely rema.-dlfferent., $17.100.
'2 Apartments Downstairs 3 BR. 2 Ba Upstairs living US 301 LAWTEV-3 acres B up-t _utlful eaks-City Across from Walda Flee FER. 1301 ._rln..t bulltUsl buy (33.0OO.
Quarters. Rent will help pay mortgage j water it sidewalks $1,000 per Acre-terms.ROILING Market 1 lots good I",- e Eastwood Drive 1 BR 2 B-Coiy t convenient. $32,900.
Please, coll us to list your property. vestment. 2'% acres of land with 3 B., CB house REDUCED to Neat S BR I B elf Rd. 125 with 6 ACRES. $11.000.

John E. Glover HILLS- IB.SOO.OO. *, IIS N. roadway. freshly pointed big lot. $11,000.
(Bayless Hwy) I acre B -(1.5OO a
lI.g. Real Estate B. !l.., I 10% down S yrs et 10% Int. up up Starke.. 10 Ac-10% down take St. Ocala Blk-shrubl. trees-Own.fln. I27.40O.
lu Green Sanders Attoc tott owner financing. One of a kind 3 BR. 2B. Con. .''k. house nestled e, Memo off Ed. 12S. 2 ACRK-bam-fenced. 24900.

A FOREST HCTS. Restricted. 'A acre lots S2.SOO t up.. under several large pecan trees.,' with many. extros. .-: e 411 Center (I. 1 BR I B.Welk. everywhere." $ 3.500.
3 9.0f.-svear'19ven. ewner 3'I, or 7% acres. 620 W. AeVuis. St. brIck fenced carport U.MO.:

NORTH OP LAWTEV 'A 11.000-5 financing., Older home *Moduletr' .....' to be moved ll.7SO.Butler Tor.j .
acres well I worth asking This should seel I Two freme flame
large yard you story an HJSINISS OPPORTUNITIES'
acres--$9.000-20% Dewp; S yrs. at 10% .Interest. j
price.. nice lot with 2 baths and several rooms., S>7SO W. MeM_. termer Mobil ste($15.000.

.JtMdC'R.alfor' AD. 2SA-4.1-acres (11,000-forms.: 35.000.DO.. e'419 $. Walnut flew .large. warehouse_12,500.
Goad Building"site. St. ltd.U COMMEICIAL' *>Oreef>roserly across from Holiday Inn_Own.FIn".

'* FORSVTH RD.-20 acro'-'rll-w.II..ptlc Some West.Evenlngsl. We hove severol good co..m.rclolloc.tlon. with 10464 N. Cherry 2 large, nUely turn. opts. Own lln.s .
._ Please callVernle >Stare ft Apts.' ais 301-goad potential_ fin.
Office: 712."" Home 72-3196 fencing $>>.000. "_ ;. or- without buildings. owner
: f. Odom. Broker e-7000 .sj.. ft. CB bldg. en Rd. 16E Owner fin.

Financing SpecialistsBond US 301-N Secluded 10 acres pines-$22.000 ( GRI. Phone, ....5.7.. 'WATERFRONT s>HanIeceI) cottage at Madison St. Owner fin.
Program 0 Conventional loans a Owner Financing 9 (24 nnO terms. Pearl Andrews 964-7739 Now Is a good lime to buy that lake lot that yawhqve s>(500 me. Uceme four.turn rentels.-Call ( Bay 15.000.
FmH**- VA-e FHA MJ(b).. vJV). :US. 246 ..bcha,.... ... been-wantlng. Restociodowner. hemeslUs Brokect s>Lorge ept.Aemplex en 101.good cash flow.swn.fln!

"Tali e the Landlord off your payroll to"y"Novo US Mf et M"OIlGAN.ItD. ..: 36 acres TJ40 ft./'.n I GOOD TERMS. -ACR11AGE :

buyer tar 4-tR 301-goes beck to RR-$56.SOO-Terms 20% down-15 Country home on 3.47 17 .prime ewes on Rd. 18 overlooking lake. Hampton
home 'In Stork. Pleatecoll like to fix up an old yrs at 8%% Int. acres off SR 229A. 1 BR, 2 ACREAGE 'with tOOO read frontage .. (3SMC.* ecre.
house Old homestead Inspectaculor BA with fireplace and double We have tracts from one acre up to 430 acres . *
If you hove It. setting tots of 38* ACRES .. cleared some with excellent terms, *S6 .prime seres-% mile en .II.d.O' en Rd.
HAMPTON 1 Largo
A..A1 500 per act.. g..r.. .
-flifOll-and tMer. QorerB anus AT "-nn1tRvTIMI"'_ 1Iad--,. .' .' ". 100-(1071 en acre* 20% dawn- ..n.'flll' 'finance.
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For the smart buyer. 7 peaceful ISS.OOO. "HOMESI'TESWe ? .
..... frame home on 2Vt Want to .bo envledf See DAY 01 NIGHT I IMANV.MANYOT"IISI For Intecoll 4731254'R.T.LOVORI: have several good honesties. Three 'In'town *2.6 acres Itsmpten Owner finance (5,800.

Ac. 'In country. Unbeatable this chic elegant spacious : with good terms., '. *>20 prime acres 301 N.rellreed(4,800 an .......wn. tint
S30000Own0r fin. -- .&. ' 1
10*. Int. beauty.volue-S45OOO. Unusual DON'T SORRY YOU DIDN'T CALL I -=:.t_" ', RENTALS < 0/-/.. .,' *".16 acres OrHfls Leap. -timber_ewn. fin. $10.500.

Diamond In the Rough.Rm. a. 1 Ac. well I septic ,.. .* '. Two bedroom frame house In town. .w I.' acres- ; eeer .....h", Church 8 hospital_make offer.
Monday Friday 9-6 .p.m. Saturday.12 4-lurnlshed LOTS
frm. home. This Is note ".000. epertmsnts. fOR INVESTMENT
mlsprlnt.S2r.000. S Ac. stocked pond Evenings end Sundays by appointment .let 4 Butler Coutf.__, needs money new)I (1990.tt .
hc.pt'on..lvalu.' Newly $11.300. Office Space for rent.Property acne well, tank, ....'.. pump house, utll.bUg. .(5.600.

remodeled BR ....'1" IB Ac. ..000 low dn. Ralph.P. Bryan Realtor .7 Trailer' lets Brewnlee Rd.. 20% dn. per acre $4.00.OISWXIW .
lewtey. Smashing'alue$26.000. pay. Evenings 21 ; Management Services AveMeble. commercial en 301-. Owner fin. $31.000.: :

20 ac. Pasture 120.000 Wayne .. Douglas Lillian C. PearsonBrekerSolesmeis Beeuttful Hampton, Lake Let. IVt acres-(18.000.

un-Don't walk You BrokerSelasmae96465f3 ,,'" I Country Club lot ISO x :38:?-nice ktcenoH, .-10000.
could profit by buying new.llogenf I Is a new home, whet your I Office Manager 1 Paul H. Paulk n.r.IIEALTOII Hampton. Oats let! 2S. trees owner financed-I7.8DO.

family home. family wants* Call tadey. Nevis S. Ward 1645311SrefcerSelesmen ROBERTS REAL.' Irene L. Faulkner. RIL>OR-ASSOCIATl' Busy Call B Water St. let 238' x 86' Owner fin. (''..00. I
teperete guest ..".g.. Our builder knows how to < I ESTATE"; '<' Evenings !..-(143 .Sessent Rd.-Best 1.hbohoa4-OwI\ar) fln.-MOO. 1
Wet $".toO. A terrific make, a beautiful ham. 964-74" Sylvia Reddish BMN,Temple Artv I' .3 Country Club lots I Acre _h.O_.. fin.. ( OM. '
euy-.17.900. more .....utlful.T" Jude Moody \Vomoo Reddish. Starkey 984-782' j- Swoon M. Faulkeer-REALTOR. Call St. commercial let low I9CT Owner fin. $'."o.

...investment on earth //s rfie earth ,Itself, 964-5613 Associate Vicki Powell .;4ovetlate. 'C1.1hed; AlieForLfstlngs lvenlngs-i4-804S i .'. Senta Fe lefce--owner Hit.-let 78' en weter-SI6.$00., .
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Ml North .Trail, Motel Lowtoy Associate tU.6SJO: See .$ WSDOAPPfUMSAlS seller Associates_After Hours
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Ann W. Rleske. Associate Evens IWItomde...-.223 : Martha Datke,713-3397
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Jerome Johns i is President of Community Bank;.


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Jerome Johns and his father, became acting,{ Governor as the state Square Shopping Center In Starke.
former Florida! Acting Governor had no Lt. Governors. several years ago. .
Charley Ek Johns have Jerome served on the Suwannee
assumed new Johns was defeated by Leroy Collins -
positions with"the board of directors in the 1955 gubernatorial election. River Water Management District for:
of the Community State Bank in 1.1dn six years and was chairman of that-
',. Starke. -(fi'b'a(! Jerome Johns served eight years. ,arr sradR N t ,,a 5,., board for three years. ...
I member of the Bradford County He served on the Bradford County
I, Jerome has recently been apCommission and was chairman of the Zoning and Planning Board from the..
\;I pointed president of the bank succeeding commission. When the site for the time it was formed 10 years ago until. -.
1, his father.'Gov. Johns has new courthouse was approved, he he resigned effective June 3 of this'
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,. assumed the position as chairman of cast the.-deciding vote during the year. He was chairman at the time he
Z2r the board of directors of the bank sueheated controversy over whether to resigned. ,
4 Y seeding Stephen Simmons, Sr., of locate the new courthouse Jerome served for two years as
Miami who still remains.a member "downtown"or on N.Temple Ave. He president of the Starke-Bradford
of the board of directors. ''appointed a study commission to County Chamber of Commerce and at

I i Gov. Johns founded the bank In select a site prior to the vote. the same time was president of the.
March of 1957 and has been Its president 'In addition to his new duties with local Jaycees chapter. _
since that time. the local bank, Jerome serves as One of the projects the Jaycees
president and chief operational of- undertook when Jerome was presi-
Going to Washington.... Gov. Johns became acting Goverflcer of Gator Freightways, Inc., a dent was to help the City of Starke .
SUrke firm he describes build the Little League ball fields on
Awards winners nor in 1953 when Gov. Dan McCarty that as one
Achievement -
Doll Waters, left and Tammy Baldree. Outstanding
of the largest Intra-state carriers In Pratt Street.
died suddenly and in those the
receive trip to Washington for "National Citizenship Short Course", June days served president of the
President of the Florida Senate then Florida. They have offices In the old4H9ers He also as
13-21. Jerome Johns Florida Petroleum Market for two

Community State years.Jerome.
Bank President was president of the Brad-

Work Hard in Bradford County Community Stale Bank building 'when ford High it was quarterback first formed.Club That In club 1953 Is
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which the firm purchased after Com- now known as the "All Sports Club."
I munity State Bank built a new Jerome said that he plans no
modern building at the Bradford changes in the operation of the Com

Honored with Banquet and Achievement AwardsThe munity"It will State continue Bank.to be business as

usual," Johns said.

annual 4-H awards programwas Forestry: Barry Carlton, BM, GA; GA; Jeff Hadsock, R: GA; Keith Wildlife: Michael Stilwell, B, B; Alcohol.... From Page IA
held Tuesday, May 20, at David Reichert, BM, GA; Annette Moody,R,GA; Donna Moody,R,GA; Tim Coleman, B, L; Bruce Howard I Kiwanis
Southside Elementary School. Balkcom, BM, GA; Joe Reichert, B, Amy Black,R,GA;Debbie Moody, R, B, L; Robbie May, BM, GA; Lisa tion and operation of a plant to process Starke Club
Approximately 300 4-H'ers, their GA; Robbie May, B, GA; Melissa GA. Mosley, B, GA; Craid Falstreaux, B, sweet potatoes Into 190-proof Sets Fund Raising
parents and leaders enjoyed a May, B,GA; JanlceThornton,B, GA; GA; Donna Moody, B, GA; Janice Ethanol to be burned straight. It is Peanut
Dessert Supper. Over 275 awards Bonnie Arnold, B, GA; Roger Dobbs, Food. Nutrition: Lisa Harley,BM, Thornton, BM GA; Joy Carlten, BM easy to convert engines to alcohol, DayThis
were presented to 4-H'ers for their B, GA; Joy Carlton, R, GA; Jeff Had- L; Annette Balkcom, BM, GA; GA; Jeff Hadsock B, GA; Melissa said Patricia Wester, senior Saturday, June 7, the Starke '.
project work and over all accomplishments sock, R, GA; Craig Falstreaux, R, Melissa May, BM, GA, Tammy May,BM,GA;Bonnie Arnold, B,GA; agricultural technician with Kiwanis Club will have a Peanut Day-
In 4-H. GA; Randy Balkcom, R, GA; Blaine Moody,BM, GA; Lisa Mosley, B,GA; David Reichert, B,GA; Roger Dobbs, Ethlylene Corporation of Jackson to raise funds for several local com- :
Tammy Baldree of Hampton 4-H Thornton, R, GA; Debbie Moody, R, Robbie May, B, GA; Randy B, GA; Debbie Moody, B, GA; An- ville, and president of Bradford Coun- munity projects.
club and Doll Waters of Theressa 4-H GA; Donna Moody, R, GA; Lisa Bankcom, B, GA; Janice Thornton, nette Balkcom, B, GA'; Barry ty Farm Energy Producers, Inc., a Roasted peanuts will be given away
Club received the achievement Mosley, R, GA; Ken Howard, R, L; B,GA; Pam Taylor,B, L; Janet Grif- Carlton B, GA; Randy Balkcom, B, subsidiary of E.C. and donations will be accepted at
awards for their outstanding Randy Merritt, W, GA. fis, B, L; Cindy Taylor B, L; Pam GA; Chris Cribbs, R, L; Randy Mer- Mrs. Wester is the daughter of Fons several locations around the city. All
accomplishments throughout their Taylor, B, L; Brenda Sikes, B, L; ritt,R,GA; Susie Welch R, B; Blaine Williams of Route 1, Brooker,who has fund-raising donations, collected by
seven years. They received a trip to Clothing: Bonnie Arnold, BM, GA; Melissa Gee, B, L; Ginger Herndon, Thornton R, GA; Joe Reichert, R, large land holdings in the Brooker- local Kiwanians, go Into a special ac-
Washington for "National Citizenship Michelle Stilwell, BM, B; Melissa B. L; Bonnie Arnold, R, GA; ChrisCribbs GA. New River area. count used solely for local community
Short Course",June 13-21. Five Brad- May, BM, GA; Debbie Parish BM R,L; Kenna Wilkerson, R, L; Do Your Own Thing: Debbie Par The company hopes to begin con- needs.
ford County 4-H'ers have participatedin B; Bruce Howard,B,L; Lisa Lynn,B, Tammy Jo Tatum, R, L; Sherry rish, B, B; Kevin Starling, B, B; struction of the New River plant soon. The Club's administrative needs
recent years. The program, of B; Suzanne Dyal B, B; Cindy Lynn Herndon R, L; Heidi Cribbs, W, L; Suzanne Dyal, BM, B; Priscilla A goal of 300,000 gallons per year of are taken care of by another account.
course, studies our Federal Govern- B, B; Lisa Moele B, GA; Elaine Micki Becker, W,L; Janet Griffis,W, Welch, W, B; Michael Stilwell W, B; the alcohol has been set. Area Your local Kiwanis Club helps In supporting -
ment and the Washington D.C. area. Tetstone, B, B; Deena Cox, B, B; L; Cindy Taylor, W, L. Sherri! Harrell, W, B; Kelly Bigham, farmers will be asked to grow a : Special Olympics, Retarded
Each year several Camp Scholarships Janice Thornton, R, GA; Annette Dairy Foods: Barbara Tetstone: W, W, B; Pam Willingham W, Bj; Jill special variety of sweet potatoes, Citizens, a Future Key Club Youth
are presented to Junior 4-H'en. Balkcom, R, GA; Barbara Tetstone Moore, W, B; Deena Cox, W, B. Georgia Jets, that grow fast and from Services. Recreational Activities,
This year Hospital Employees Charity R, B; Amy Black, R, GA; Tammy B.Swine: Melissa May, BM,GA; Amy Ceramics: Sara Crews, B, B; Kevin which two crops can be raised In one Church Directories, Cystic Fibrosis,
Fund, Green Acres 4-H Club and Moody, R, GA.Recreation Black, BM, GA; Tim Coleman, BM, Starling B, B; Randy Starling B, B; growing season. and more.,.,...
the 4-H Foundation are providing full : Barry Carlten, BM, L; Robbie May, BM, GA; LisaGAleIL Elaine Tetstone, W, B; Susan The fuel will be offered first to
camp scholarships to Debbie Parrish GA; Joy Carlten, BM, GA; Lisa B GA; Annette Balkcom, B, Navalany, W, B; Jenny Sue Coun- farmers, then to local schools and the .
Melissa May, Tammy Moody, Donna Mosley BM, GA; Blaine Thornton, nd Merritt, B, GA; Jamey tryman, W, B; Michael Navalany, W, county, and if any is left over, to the ,,-r. I 'l.. IJ ,.
Mowry Belinda Melson AndyUnderhill BM, GA; Janice Thornton, B, GA; Carver, B LL; Robert Carver, B,LL; B. public. r" ;' ,:- c." r ::
and Melissa Gee. Amy Black, B, GA; Kenna Wilkerson, Debbie Parrish,B,B; Debbie Moody, Macrame: Donna Mowry, BM, H; -. : : L
This year's outstanding Home B, L; Annette Balkcom, B, GA; Donna B, GA; Joe Hagan, B, B; Christie Doll Waters BM, H; Tammy Rezoning of 1/2-acre owned by )
Economics 4-H'er is Deborah Greenof Moody, R, GA; Roger Dobbs, R, Faulkner, R, LL; Joe Reichert, R, Peeples, R, H.Bradford. Daisy Barton and R. Lewis SE of (... .,
Brooker. Deborah placed first in GA; Robbie May B, GA; Melissa GA; Doug Redding R, L; David SR-100 off the Speedville Road, from .- ___ &4
the State Breads Demonstration. She May, B, GA; Bonnie Arnold, B, GA; Reichert R, GA; Donna Moody, R, RIA (single-family residential to The rickshaw was Invented
attended Washington Focus and Fla. Joe Reichert, B, GA; David Reichert, GA; Roger Dobbs, R, GA; Lynne BH, highway type industrial, was also by an American Baptist
4-H Legislature. She will represent B, GA; Keith Moody, R, GA; Jeff Waters, R, H; Doll Waters, R, H; approved.The minister In 1869 to transport
Bradford County at State Contest in Hadsock. B, GA; Randy Balkcom, B, Priscilla Welch, W, B; Mike Rourke, County Commission approved; hit invalid wife aroundthe
July. GA.Home Melissa May W, L; Belinda Melson, B, HC. Teachers See the change at Its June 2 meeting. streets of Yokohama.
Those who won scholarships to Fla. Improvement:
4-H Conservation Camp were: Joe B, GA; Lisa Mosley.\ R, GA; Amy Poultry: Annette Balkcom, BM, EnvironmentalWorkshop .
Hagan, Bruce Howard, Robert Black, BM, GA; Annette Balkcom, GA; Randy Merritt, BM, GA; Jattlce '
Carver and Joe Reichert.A BM, GA; Bonnie Arnold, R,GA; Don- Thornton, BM, GA; Lisa Mosley,BM,
number of Bradford County na Moody, R, GA;; Keith Moody, R, GA; Joy Carlten, R, GA; Blaine Teachers from the Bradford County
4-H'ers have participated in the Fla. GA; Tammy Moody,R, GA. Thornton, R, GA; Tammy Moody,, R, school system, including the Vo-Tech WISE BUYS
4-H legislature. They are Wayne 'Vegetable. Gardening: Ken GA; Keith Moody, R, GA. school, and other interested citizens
Cnbb, Lisa Lynn, Mark Gee and Howard, BM, L; Randy Merritt, BM Rabbits: Randy Balkcom, R, GA; got a first-hand look at the Dupont
Debbie Roberta. Tony Anderson, B, L. plant and a photo view of other local '
Debbie Roberta Mary Wright GA.Child Development: Brandi Hern- Dairy: Bruce Howard, BM, L; environmental scenes In a workshop TO HELP YOU GET RID OF' INSECT
Deborah Green, Robbie May and don, B, L.Woodworking. Deborah Green, BM, B. entitled and"Armchair View of Brad-
Drew Andrews won scholarships to : Jamey Carver, R, Beef: Susan Navalaney, BM, B; ford County" Saturday, May 31. (ESTS IN LAWN SHRUBS TREES PETS
Camp Counselor Training Camp LL. Bruce Howard, BM, L; Randy Slides of area lakes, the solar
June 16-20. Consumer Education Balkcom, BM, GA; Drew Andrews, energy plant In Hampton, the Na-
Congratulations to all these 4-H'ers (Supermarket" Mystery David BM, B; Brian Whitehead, B, LL; tional Protein plant, and Alligator
who work hard all year. Reichert, BM, GA; Melissa May BM, Jamie Whitehead, B, LL; David Creek were included in the slide
GA; Janice Thornton, B, GA; Annette Hamilton, B, B; Tammy Baldree, B, presentation. The group then was
In the listing of awards, BM is Blue Balkcom: B, GA; Randy Balkcom, B, H. guided through the Dupont facility by
Ribbon with medal, B Is Blue Ribbon, GA; Bonnie Arnold, B, GA; Robbie Horse Brenda Bawek, BM, HC; Drew Reddish and Ben Moxley. 26 Se eanCs
R is Red Ribbon and W is White Rib- May, B, GA; Tammy Moody, B, GA; Robyn Brown, BM, HC; Paul Bawek, teachers and citizens attended. twsei 5% SEVIN
bon. Lisa Mosley, B,GA; Joe Reichert, B, R, HC; Sheila Anderson BM, L. ta..
In the listing of clubs H Is Hampton,
B is Brooker, L Is Lawtey, GA Is DUST
Green Acres, LL is Lucky Leaf, 4-H Protect Your Pet. r
Horse Club is HC. ,I
Secretary's Books Lynne Waters, 4 Month 0M.". Controls most Insects on e
B, H; Mary Wright, B.L; Amy Black vegetables flowers .
B, GA; Susie Welch, B, B.
lawn & shrub
many pests
Marine FLEA :;\ ou'
Science: Tim Coleman, \ .', ,.A uvlM
BM, L; Ken Howard, BM L; ; Fleas on animals. {

Stephanie King, BM, L; Deborah COLLARS
Green, BM, B; Ann Marsh,W,B; Cin : 4 Lb. Bag
Harris B, B; Lisa Lynn, B,B; Ricki r dog a Cat ". 0210 128 I
R, B; Michelle Stilwell, R, B; 1
Monroe Herndon R, L; Chris Cribbs, Reg. I} 98 No Dealers
B, L; Heidi Cribbs, 8, L. ;;g -
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LL; Debbie Moody, R, GA; Blaine G
Thornton, BM, GA; Randy Merritt II
BM GA; Robbie May, BM, GA; Jeff -:. ., ,; "''- III I
Hadsock, BM, GA. :-- ",, t i Dragon Brand NURSERY SPECIALS I
Cake Decorating: Janet Griffis. W, II
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L; Bruce Howard, B, L; Susan .: ... : L :1I'
Navalany, B, B; Pam Taylor R, L; Aoi\ ::
Kenna Wilkerson, R, L; Ann Marsh General spray Landscape
W, B; Donna Marsh, R, B; Barbara FREE COOLING =--' t
Tetstone, R, B. I THE "- AIRV kilts most pests
SURVEY SAWYER
Vision Awareness: Becky Anderson trs Y on vegetables Plants
B, L; Kenna Wilkerson, B, L; ,. \'t
Sheila Anderson, B, L. I' Lawns > Shrubs
Health: Keith Moody, BM, GA; I HIGH ELECNDERSTAN- ..... & Flowers GAL CONTAINERS
Janice Thornton, BM, GA; Melissa ,,
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May, BM, GA; Robbie May, BM GA; PROVIDE'CARRIER'
Lisa Mosley, B, GA; Annette WE 48
Balkcom B, GA; Joe Reichert, B, i'' "j Pint 4 .148-
GA; Blaine Thornton, B, GA; Amy w" SOLUTIONS! 1 ,
Black, R, GA; Donna Moody. R, GA; I HEAT AN AIR
Roger Dobbs R, GA; Bonnie Arnold e WATER COOLED HEAT PUMPS 'i
R, GA; Barry Carlten, R, GA; Joy' COMPLETELY INSTALLED Reg. $599 F1eg.; 8248HUDSON
Carlten, W, GA; Randy Merritt, W, e CAS COMBO UNITS
GA; Melanin Parrish, R, GA; Randy ,r $ e HEAT PUMPS
Balkcom, R, GA; Tammy Moody R,
GA; Jeff Hadsock B, GA; David ONLY "INCLUDES WORK: e CARRIER UNITS DESIGNED FOR YOU!!

Reichert, B, GA. ( I ANV ION N SvviaPlUi CtSA.VIUC1MCU )
Meats: Ken Howard, BM L; Tony : W0<-.
Anderson. R, L. __ eM1Q7A SprayerBuilt
Dog: Bruce Howard, BM, L. for convenience *
CItizenship: Kenna Wilkerson, BM, '
Funnel for
L; Michelle Stilwell. B, B. top easy tilling
Breads: Sabrina Starling, BM, B; ; Adjustable nozzle for mist or .
Sara Crews, BM. B; Terry Jakab, I long range spray. .
BM B; Diane Tetstone, R, B; Denise .
Tetstone, R, B; Verlene Weathers R. 1 ," ,', 1ft 8 J ,1 .GaI..1198;
B; Teresa Goes, W, B; Tammy ",i.1,.1
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Baldree BM, H. O't'O" Air Conditioning' Expert ''- = Reg.627"LaI .

Junior Leaden Robbie May, BM. CO ,, SawifMortlttHt
GA; Joe Reichert, BM, GA; Doll Aug Florida from 8 locations
Waters B, H. ,
Food Preservation: Lynne Wales, ;:J ONE ,64.7701
BM, H Amy Black R GA _
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Black, R, GA. :!!. -- GARDEN CENTER
Teen Leader: Deborah Green, B. f ,.-... tifT
B; Tony Anderson, B, L; Michelle : ,... I ". ..: ONTIEOL 639 E. Call, St. 964-974$
Stilwell B, B; Lisa Lynn B, B; Susie -
Welch, B, B; Donna Marsh BM, B; .. 4,1 a anueaso Opt 9 4)1.6PM.J.
Drew Andrews, BM, B. .
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Jim Schatz, the resident wildlife powers of arrest were taken noted that SchaU had been named',"the message for SchaU to put the lid t
manager at Blanding who was away from wildlife management "Game Manager of the Year" In on-his outcry. "Did you get the
fired by Florida's Game and FreshWater specialists(whose primary duties are Florida and had received i message that you better go home and This is fun than'a bubble bath
Commission for insubor- cool it?" asked Catherine more
Fish biological in nature)after a managerin "outstanding" ratings In December panelist
dination and conduct unbecoming an west Florida filed a grievance ask 1979, before thr furor erupted.Lee Chapin. "Yes," Schatz answered.
officer, won his Job back after five ing for the hazardous duty benefits said he was advised by Martin ."Did you?" she pressed. "No," .I thin k.:
hours of hearings in Tallahassee Mon that wildlife enforcement officers to drop those ratings after SchaU See Page 1* .. -
day, June 2, though he'll have to com were getting. The Game Commission blasted his loss of arrest powers in the j 18' _'!t:'., '- 1t'DIi !! ,
plete a 90 day suspension without pay. opted to take the arrest powers away media. The appraisal went down to
The Career Service Commission from the some SO managers In "above satisfactory".; "
voted Z.lto reduce SchaU' dismissal Florida, saying it would be too expen- "Jim was still performing his .
down to a 90 day suspension,effective sive to give the extra benefits out,and duties in an above satisfactory man- I .
the day.of his dismissal (March 6, then adding that state law prohibited ner in my estimation,"Lee said.Ask- .' t rl
I860), ruling, in the words of voting "part-time' enforcement officers ed by panel chairman Catherine 1 J". --. Yr ,r .
member E.T.. Quigly "the punishment from getting the benifits II lyway. Chapin if Schatz hadn't shown a lack ; ;, kl
was probably too excessive. Schatz discarded both argue ents as of good judgement in going outsidethe ..; ......--
That vote reversed the Game Com "political reasoning..,just eJ cures," Commission to attack the rule ::
mission's decision to let Schatz go In the months after the chain e. change, Lee paused before answering .,
after months of controversy over the He stated (TELEGRAPH-. 10, "Well.. Jim showed no lack of good "
Commission's September 27, 1979 1980) that"It's dumb when you haveto judgement towards any of his .
removal of arrest powers from all look the other way... My respon- management duties and that's what Irate
wildlife management specIalists in- slbilltes as a manager didn't suffer at him on." n
cluding Schatz. SchaU who claimedhe all from doing enforcement." The letter of dismissal from Col. 1
was making roughly half of the During the hearing Schatz defended Robert M.Brantley,Executive Director ;
gameviolation arrest4 in the Blan his criticisms of his employer, saying of the Game Commission,read Irk
S__.-", ....... ding management area", fought the..... wasn't going against the ommis.4':'' "LMKl "tie.011 are wily ed with'I: '.
decision feverishly.; crtttclzing1hechange .IOI'I..policy,1"I\1e".1etab.nwt-. MNdSoroInatioa-and: violation of
In policy In both the BRADFORD powers away from us..I didn't violate the provisions of the rules and regulations I
COUNTY TELEGRAPH and that. I was Just pointing out things to. of the Game and Fresh Water ,,
the GAINESVILLE SUN. the public.'' Fish Commission, and of conduct r w.r 0' 17f,apY. i
Asked afterwards if the vote for' Witnesses for the Game Commission unbecoming of a Commission
suspension satisfied.him the fiesty testified that Schatz not only was employee. You continued releasing
Schatz said "No.". critical of the change in newspapers derogatory Information concerning
What would satisfy him he was ask stories but also expressed his the Commission In the form of
ed."If they reduced it to nothing. I accept dissatisfaction to local hunters.. newspapaper interviews and public r-
it though." Schatz denied that charge. statements made In the presence of -
Will relationships be strained as he As a game manager Schatz was hunters In the Camp Blanding ,
returns to work? "No 1'1work\ right praised highly In the hearing by his Wildlife Management Area in spite of
back in.All the game managers.agree immediate supervisor Charles the counseling of your supervisors on
with me." "Trudy"Lee,Wildlife Biologist Steve November t, 11,.26 and December 3,
And does he plan any more action Stafford, Camp Blanding 1979. Rover it's easier than think.
against the loss of arrest powers? Maintenance Supervisor Gerald J. The counseling Brantley referred to 'Really, you 'L k Mom
I do about it. and GFC he and oo ,
"No there's nothing can Griffis, even regional included two sessions between
As I understand it, it 'is in.the manager Larry Martin, who testifiedfor Schatz in Tallahassee and meetings You need to '
Legislature (state) now."- the Game Commission. It was .with Martin and Stafford that carried just cooperate. I'm gwimmingSTerwillegar






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No Signals Result Dae person was injured at a two R.-ds skew the flue,,stattsd atom
voiding Dog
vehicle{ accident three milea west of faulty water boater cauiwd Ofelds estimated I the total value Starke on CR-2T7 with no one injured
In CollisionNo Causes Wreck Stark at the intersection of CR-J2S: a give damage is 1M\itefed a asia.s r of the 1Bozzard....wan sflOM. Monday.June 3.at 7 a m.

one was injund in a two vehicle No one was injured hi a ass v abide with Sa.WO: damage done to the see bed sa beat and Florida Highway Patrol report said
accident with SX2S damage done to the accident I/It of a mile eat of Stark vehicles. involved Monday Jule 2.at smoke damage ia two. ether Crashes a 1WO! Ford pickup truck operated by
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: Griffis, 22, of Graham,
P.ILFlorida David was
vehicles involved
Saturday. May 31. oa Butler Road with tUOO>damage to
.t It-JO ajn.en SR-100.lao feel west the vehicle inralrcd Sunday.Joan U highway Patrol records b.4ne frame BOOM ts owned ay Into WindshieldA eastbound on CR-2Z7 when a buzzard
snow a 197 Chevrolet sedan operated Frances Jenkins and rested flew into the windshield, causing
of Westmoreland Street m Starke. at 10.90 pin.Ftonda was by bird caused 0300 damage to
Ponce retards show a U5iI Ford Highway Patrol rword* by Perry James' Kemp.53.of Lawtey.oa Tom Carney. Jr. who was act at 1M wf....ftsi. .1 eI a pickup truck ia a damageNo
truck operated by Ene Michael: show Jack W.HaIL$J.of Starts wasoperating was eastbound SR-100 and had home at the tone the Bra brake oat. am vMwde mishap 2.2 auks south of >>citation was issued In the wreck.
stopped to let traffic dear to mate
Browne SX of Sa Mate.had a
so rear a Mm Ford pickup track
left turn onto CR-2S when 1975 Ma.
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turn signals and BO brake hgbts when eastbound. on Butler when he dodged
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Browne attempted to make Ml lura a dog and then ran into a mac me on pickup truck shriven by Keith Allen
Hanson,
00 of the roadway and anted into the tile.II shoulder of the hutaway.No Z4, at Defray Beach was
path of a ln' Otrnotet doves the traveling< east on SR-100 and failed to
coupe ataboa was ianed by 2A&
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by Joseph Edward Nolaa. 37. ofJackaonnlle big maypetrel.Driver stop rear. r'fc'"t Kemp's vehicle m the Doit Yourself
Beaca.: As Nolan swerved -
FHP records show Kemp was takento
to avoid a colt nuan. he noticed
Bradford County Hospital ia Stark
Browne was f *"t a left turn
Backs for treatment of injures. Hospitalrecotds
without =goals
Cape R..$.Rhoeieo rated Browne for Into Collision show Kemp was treated ta &
the esneiigeucy room for a laceration *
drivers bnme and a
no motor vehicle wren I defective operating equip- SJSO damage..recorded.hi a two on the bock of the head and was P.4 SertfStar. Flourescent
IDeIIIIL Vehicle mahap Friday. Kay Ml at released after treatment.
10:SO p.m.on Crosby Street ill Stub. Trooper K.G. Etoendge died Ban- ',
130 feet west I of Keller Street with BO me for careless drma&- : ttiag. Bulbs
LB. Man Charged mw- in.-ed.
With Drug PossessionA Police records show a 177 Dodge Fire Smokes 4 Ft. $149
ran operated by Adam Keith Rosier Up
M-tciar-aid. Lake Butler man was a. of Starts was bactoM op aad Brama Restaurant $looOt.
arrased far aQnpJ possession of struck the rear cad of 11 171 ;. 20 .
sarcoma Medm esday.May at.at his Plymouth sedan owned, by A.C. Slight damage was done to the!
tan IS*rna Street by deputies of Wilbams of starts whidi was legally Brama Restaurant on CS-J01 ia --
Starke when a fire broke m Redi-Mix
ae Como County Sheers Depart- PPa out the ancianfiliiaiiisl ,
trdmaneel Wayne Manure: cited system Friday. May SO.at ---
Stanley- Peter Stamile was arestedoaaanadesaeaaoreasechargiBghim Rosier for improper backing FIre Ise Depanmemt.p.m_according to the Starke Sand ,..: Cement

Records show the blaze started We :.- .: Concrete Mix
watt tmm-inna of marijuana actor from ....,
electrical
aa cod with the electrical
dig to I'aieo: county Sheriffs &
rLocal r Man. 23, Arrested vthebuddug.No wrong causing. smoke damage iaeRNver1" JUSwater

For Bricking CarA one was injured m the fire. ; 80 Lb. $239

Man Charged S-year-oM Starke malt has beencharged Gravel l Bag
with throwing a projectile=- Reno Fire Causes
With ShopliftingA to occupied vehicle stem"ding ko
Bradford County Sheriffs Depart- $3,000 Damage .
7vearjd Starke: man was arrested -
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Wednesday. May a. by coy menu recordsDavid SXOOSworth damage was recorded I 'pl.iHS .
t-tAN\jI ",*
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pabee on a shop bdtaag case Bvolvmga himself ia 10 .a frame house fire at 7W Florida, HPc Basket
local store. Bradford County Sheriffs Department Street m the Reno< J James Rice was charred deptoes Wednesday,May 3a,_ 1.54-..Sunday..1"1.wall no one
path talucg tore packs of cgarettes the charge. red iD the thane: SPCW for
Records show
And a pecan pw from the Handy Way Merriam on Tbeav
day." May 39 threw two bricks at aparlorp
; Store CR-1C
Grocery Jest
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PressureTreated
Suite : track a which ha ester and 8" 79C a3/8
Racep eel bond of ll$) and was some sax other :peqIIIe were --. e\
:M is W1dIIUib.cSIIUr.
rrssae charted ka 1'/2
re esed from the Bradford Counts Rock
Jars tD Starke_ Joyce Adbas. m the BOOS.
breakac a. Records show he ta-
grabbed has misers 11-yesr-oVi ssaj ) ar Lonber
and. threatened. It throw torn to the
Public Warnedof ground andcater. stomped as Adbas. for outside use.
Bad Checks b usba: Records i lId Cate:

Bradford County SbanfTs Depart- acted witnesses as rf i be teuuned was draak.Momsoo that. bLwnma I Delft Id2 I fiberglass panels
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meet released mformaooa 3IIoo day. posted SUM bond Tharsdar. I
June 2.that fraudeiem dteda are be- May 29. and was released, Crass Ad good June 5 June 9 available'
.::g passed m this area and ailed that the Bradford Cary Jail as Starke. \
the public be aware that some have
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Records show checks amouDCog M192.M j
have been passed on Florida r.a"'te'Ian Hart VILLAGE HARDWARE
East Coast Railroad m the name ofGleoW Hwy21Keystone
Foster In 301 Collision 473-3663

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Either-Sex Deer Permits Available 1


Quota Permits are being acceptednow parasitism increases and the general 28-30; Dec. 5-7; 50 permits for each
by the Florida Game and Fresh physical condition of the deer herd hunt.
Water Fish Commission In declines as deer numbers increase 7. St. Regis Wildlife Management
Tallahassee for two antlerless deer above the range capacity, Area general season.Nov.8 through
hunts to be held In Camp Blanding's The Commmsion nas taKen steps to Jan 4, 50 permits available.
North Range (steel shot side). control the hunts to ensure an 8. Bull Creek Wildlife ManagementArea
The elther-sex deer hunts will be overharvest does not occur. For the archery season Sept. 13
during the general hunt season, first time, hunters will need permits through Oct. 12; 30 permits available.
November 8-30, and then again Dec. to harvest antlerless deer on selected 9 Bull Creek Wildlife ManagementArea
IS through Jan. 4 on the North Range wildlife management areas. Each!: muzzleloading gun hunt Oct.
with a SO-permit quota.To hunter (including those residents 63 25- 6; permits available.
be eligible for the random draw- years of age or over) must have a per- 10. Bull Creek Wildlife Manage-
ing for antlerless permits hunters mit to harvest an antlerless deer. ment Area general season Nov. 8
must apply for permits to the specific Resident hunters 65 years of age through Jan. 4; 30 permits available
hunt involved, in this case permits for and over may use either a wildlife It. Citrus Wildlife ManagementArea
the Blanding management area. Application management area stamp or a senior archery hunt Nov. 8-30; 3O
forms for special qouta permits citizen certificate (available from the permits available. .
are avalailable at the Lake City county tax collector's office) to apply 12. Citrus Wildlife Management
regional office of the Game Commission for an antlerless deer permit. If a Area muzzleloading gun hunts Dec.
while regular quota forms are senior citizen certificate Is used, the 8-7, 2.ZI( ; 30 permits available.
available at the Tax Collector's officein applicant must write the certificate 13. Citrus Wildlife ManagementArea
--- --- In the oh the application modern hunts Dec.
the County Courthouse. Also number space gun 13-14,
Caught in the Act... available are the management area provided for the managementarea 27-28; 30 permits available.
be permit tab. 14. Ocala Salt Springs Unit archery .
stamps ($10),which have to bought
Guidance Clinic staff
'You are hereby commanded to appear before the great retirement by the Bradford-Union before the applications can be sent to Antlerless deer permits will be hunts Oct. 4-5, 11-12, 18-19; JS
tribunal court and a group of your peers ... for Investigation and Bradford and Union County officials. Tallahassee. available for the following areas and permits available.
Into your mldealanee malfeasance nonfeasance The sooth-sayer Is County Commissioner Hazel Paulk. Hunters who get their hunt permits for the following periods: 15. Ocala Salt Springs Unit -
and other weird conduct." Intoned Stile Attorney Eugene who supplied the crystal ball through which she saw Rev.Harper's before August 8 will be eligible for the 1. Avon Park Wildlife Management muzzleloading gun hunts Nov. 15-16,
WMtworth. Rev.George Harper was"officially"subpoenaed career pass In review. drawing for the SO elther-sex deer Area muzzleloading gun hunts Oct. 22-23, 29-30, 15 permits available.
and lovingly "roasted" Saturday night upon his hunts. 18-19,25-28; 35 permits available. 16. Ocala Salt Springs Unit-modern
Also available at the Lake ,City 2. Avon Park Wildlife gun hunts- Dec. 13-14, 20-21, 27,28; 13
Awards TributeRev. Game Commission office are hunt Area -general season-Nov. 8 trough permits available.
I George Harper Night Brings maps and regulations, as well as applications Jan. 4; 35 permits available. 17. Three Lakes Wildlife Manage-
for Blanding's archery 3. Camp Blanding (North Range) ment Area archery hunts Sept.
George Harper,retired sinner Hazel Paulk as the prophetessand Certificates of appreciation were hunts ((400 quota) and black powder Wildlife Management Area trough 12-14, :20-21, 27-28; Oct. 45, 11-12; 40
of the First United Methodist Church Mr. Harper as the victim of her presented by Richard Welty to Joyce hunt ((200 quota). season Nov. 8-30; Dec 15 permits available.
and soon to retire as president of the all-seeing eye. Additional fun was ad- Riherd, of the Bradford County The expanded antlerless deer hun Jan. 4; 50 permits available. 18. Three Lakes Wildlife Manage-
Board of Directors of the Bradford- ded by Sheriff Dolph Reddish who ex- Health Department for services provided ting program is to check herd expan- 4. Osceola Wildlife ManagementAra ment Area general season Nov. 8
Union Guidance Clinic, was "roastedand tended the roast to all county officials to the clinic; to Jerry Wilson, of sion on wildlife management areas post season antlerless deer hunt through Jan. 4; 40 permits available.
toasted" at an awards dinner at- and board members as he introduced the Union County ambulance service; where the herd Is approaching or exceeding -Jan. 5-18; 400 permits available. More information on antlerlessdeer
tended by 135 guests at the Starke them one by one. and to Jerry McGriff and Howard the carrying capacity of the 5. G.U. Parker Wildlife Manage- permits can be obtained by con-
Golf &. Country Club last Saturday Dave Shuford, chairman of the McNeill for their service on the area. ment Area muzzleloading gun hunt- tacting the quota hunt permit sectionof
night Board of County Commissioners, District Three Mental Health Board. Jan. 19-25; 60 permits available. the Division of Wildlife. The
Coming to the Starke church In presented Mr. Harper with a set of Musical entertainment was provided -- Past experience has proven that 6. Joe Budd Wildlife Management telephone number In Tallahassee is
June 1972,Rev. Harper was appointed fishing gear, and a bronze plaque was during the evening by Cynthia mortality of deer due to disease and Area muzzleloading gun hunt Nov. 904/488-8574 or 904/488-8574.
one month later as a charter member presented to him by a fellow memberof Ross and Willie Mae Randolph.
of the original Citizens Advisory the Guidance Clinic board.. Rev.
Group which Initiated the guidance Nick Daniels, of Lake Butler, "in
center work In this county. He has an recognition of an outstanding
unbroken record of eight years' ser- humanitarian among us,for his many Starke Store Only NEW
vice with the guidance center, and years of dedicated service in the field rllEAGLEI LOW
has served the local church for the of community mental health on behalfof I ..Discontinued, Paints 97 \PRICES!
same length of time. all the citizens of Bradford and Tremendous Discounts STORES?
Humor, mingled with praise for his Union Counties." Asserted Color htrsday.Friday .
many civic activities, featured the An award was presented to Mrs. Interior a Exterior Hcu.eholdwhere
program, with County Judge Elzie Paulk by County Commissioner Maxie -' & Saturday!
Sanders serving as master-of- Carter, Jr., "in grateful appreciation -
ceremonies. A highlight of the of dedicated service on the Boardof
"roast" was the crystal ball act Directors of the Bradford-Union
featuring retiring County Commis Guidance Clinic."



I 8 Persons Fined in County CourtJudge I


Elzie S. Sanders fined 8 persons Carl Eugene Luther was sentencedto
accepted three not guilty pleas, two days In the Bradford County
and placed one person on probation in Jail after he pled guilty to driving DOLt11w ,1ww,. A we01TweD ...0209 or ACrIO. Ise DU.rwle) INC
various cases Thursday, May. 29, in while license suspended or revoked.,
Bradford County Court. The state dropped a second chargeof
Larry W. Morrow pled guilty to driving while license suspended or
failure to use due care and was fined revoked in the Luther case. jghop your doBar buys more! ,Save up to 43 %

$48.Delmar Kilby was fined $213 after 55T ; r-nra nrita E3i r in i :

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George Harrison Anderson was TIIE REAL ESTATE COURSE .
placed on probation for 60 days by the REQUIRED FOR FLORIDA REAl
court on a breach of peace case. .ESTATE SALESMAN'S LICENSE
Duane Adams pled guilty to no a
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I Hearing Set Today on Prison'Conditions ''.'*;'<*" ';: .

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A civil bearing has been postponed The petition to the'court filed by The writ points out that people are Charles Green, attempted escape,
until today. (Thursday, June f) at 9 Saxon is unusual, since moat habeas dying In the prison who were not, then was sexually assaulted by .
..m. to determine if nine Florida corpus actions are filed by individual sentenced to die. Inmates have the another Inmate after being moved to ,.
State Prison at Starke inmates should Inmates, often written by hand and right not to go out of prison In a pine a more secure area of the prison. =
be released from prison with writ of usually attack the original sentence box, Saxon Indicated, referring to six Willie Mlddleton sentenced recently "!
Habeas Corpus filed by Assistant rather than conditions Li the prison. Inmates murdered by fellow Inmatesat to life for the murder of another in
Public Defender Shon A. Saxon The suit charges that housing and FSP last year. James i
against the governor, superintendentand dally life at FSP amounts to' Judge Green can either Issue or Sparks, stabbed during a
secretary of the Department of and unusual punishment" and in- deny the writ, or call for more .fight he Jumped two stories to the I I
Corrections.The mates assigned to that institution are evidence at another hearing. floor of a to avoid t:
suit was filed Thursday afternoon unsafe because"they are subjected to The nine Inmates named in the writ being killed, breaking feet In the
May 29. unnecessary risks of physical and have been involved in prison violence process.
Saxon represents the nine inmatesas sexual assaults." as either victim or perpetrator. William Hill, a weapons expert who
indigents in the proceeding It also claims that because of conditions Saxon pointed out those inmates are .has evaded body searches for it
'I want the Judge to make it at the prison Incarcerationthere not exceptions but examples of the homemade knives and later used
safe or shut down FSP," Saxon said. Is a denial of dire process and general atmosphere of fear and un- them In fights.
"Think It was about time something equal protection of the law as masked violence at FSP. He indicated Phillip Elliot, convicted of stabbing
was done,"Saxon told this paper in an guaranteed by the 14th amendment of they were chosen because they are a guard three times in an attempt to
Interview Monday morning. the U.S. Constitution.The representative of day-to-day survival get at another inmate. Surveying damage :;
"All I want Is to have the state take suit contends that regardless of In FSP. Floyd Price caught trying to Ford truck driver Donald Pick*tt checks out ".500 worth of damage to his "
measures to stop violence In the the crimes which brought Inmates to The suit contends that circumstances escape, also victim of homosexual vehicle after accident on SK-100 Tuesday, May 27.
prison.Anybody can die. If they don't FSP the petition claims"the State of illustrate five charges assault.
do something, we will have another Florida has a responsibility to provide outlined In the petition: Florida's prison system currently Is
New Mexico or Attica," Saxon said. safe detention." Inadequate security to protect In- under order of U.S. District Court $2,500Damage To Car-Truck WreckA s
mates from sexual and physical Judge Charles R. Scott to eliminate

Judge Orders Former Road assault Inadequate; staff training; assistance overcrowding for Inmates and provide, among other legal Ford truck, driven by Donald off the road, and struck the truck on ,--,.
of Charlotte North the left side, according to a
Too few staff members to adequately things. Eugene Pickett Clay 55
To Jail After supervise Inmates; Saxon Indicated that It was not his Carolina was struck Tuesday May 27 County sheriff's report. ?
I Employee Overcrowded conditions, and purpose to get Wainwright removed while trying to turn off SR-100.
Deficiencies In the physical plant. as head of DOC but to try to correctthe Ricky King Hayes of Putnam Hall The report also stated that approxImately -
Violation Of Probation In County Case Inmates named In the writ and incidents problems that exist in the prison was driving his 1974 Pontiac west on $1,000 damage was done to ..
half mile Hayes", ,and the r
occuring to them while at FSPJames system. SR-100 approximately one car Pickett truck sul-
of Heights. He fered $1,500 In
There west Keystone changed damages.
are not enough guards to ade-
Vann stabbed In back lanes to pass the truck driven by Hayes was sited for failure to use
the
by handle the
Curtis Lee Williams, 29. of Starke Williams was dismissed from the quately inmate populationat due
Pickett who to turn care
was sentenced to nine months In the county road department on Jan. 15 for another Inmates while his hands were FSP, according to Saxon. was attempting i tOtter
-Bradford County Jail by Judge Elzie numerous reasons one being he was cuffed behind his back as he was being "Hopefully DOC will beef up guards." r
S. Sanders In County Court Thursday, unable to work with the inmate help, escorted down a hall by a correctional Saxon said. Springs Bluegrass, FestivalOtter
May 29,on two different cases according to Ellington.In officer. Vann has been charged '"The guards at FSP and UCI Springs Campground in Tren- north Florida. Over ten groups will
Judge Sanders set aside a one year other cases: with stabbing another inmate. should be the best and highest paid officers ton, Florida will be the setting for the participate in the 3-day Bluegrass Ex- .',
probation sentence Involving a bat- Carolyn Higgins pled guilty to Larry Anderson, escaped because of In the state" Saxon said. Eighth Annual Bluegrass Festival travaganza to be MC d by Bluegrass .!
tery case and found Williams guilty of four counts of issuing worthless threats by other inmates. "Major objective In filing the suit is June 13, 14 and (5. pros Jim Johnson and Tom Henderr..'
violation of probation and sentenced checks and she was fined $13 court Harry Mungin, convicted of various to cut down violence in the prison This year's festival promises to be son Henderson Is one of Florida's
him to serve 60 days in the county jail costs on each count, placed on proba- assaults and stabbings at the prison. system,"Saxon said. one of the best that's ever been In leading promoters of bluegrass.erzu.u ':
which was the time left on the proba- tion for six months, and ordered to
tion.Williams make restitution on each count. ,,
entered a plea of guilty to so
Eddie Jackson was placed on
trespass of the Bradford County road for one year after he pled guil-probation : lW 'Q.rf1i' O"jl .it'
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yard March 1, 1980, and was orderedto ty to battery of Guy Hammon with a iSritlllE ,;
serve six months In the county jail cue stick at Law's Tavern in Starke
consecutive: to the other sentence last Jan.8.The court ordered Jacksonto ,
Williams, a former employee of the pay the hospital costs of $1,000 to IN STAflKE 984.8020- :
road department, entered the road Hammon. .
department property carrying two Bruce Arthur Norris pled rs t = t .t r
five gallon cans, Lt. Glen A. Moore to three counts of resisting arrest with
and Deputy Samuel H Eunice werehiding violence with the Incident occurring 10 % DOWN ..
In a pickup truck watching
In the office of Bradford County
Williams. The stakeout had been initiated -
Sheriff Dolph Reddish who was ON ALLMOTORCYCLES
by Road Superintendent Leon assisted by Lt. Moore and Deputy
Ellington who reported gas was be- Eunice In arresting Norris on another !
ing pilfered from county tanks. case. ,
Records show that Williams approached Norris Is currently serving a one I
the pickup truck carrying TS 250TTS0T ,
year sentence in the county jail on a "
weapon He was arrested by Morre circuit court case. Judge Sanders
and Eunice and charged with sentenced Morris to two concurrent .-----------------------_.
trespass with a weapon which Is a six month county jail terms for two of ( '
felony. the resisting arrest without violence $140.00 down \
Assistant State Attorney Tom cases On the third case the court I 39' ;
Elwell told this paper that FDLE placed Morris on probation for a year $1
crime lab could not match up the with the stipulation that he not act up I "
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weapon Williams had and the complaint in the APR 17.92
county jail.
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was amended to simple The state dropped a battery charge
trespass and the case transferred to I
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A 22-year-old Starke woman was has been set for sentencing In the Starke with a knife In which Hall- sustained time of the incident.
S j 1 ;t q1 w { sentenced to five years probation case. a knife wound In the back. Grlf- Judge Elzle S. Sanders ordered a
f Monday. June 2, In Bradford Circuit The state ai part of plea bargaining fls was originally charged with aggravated pre-sentence Investigation In the case
Court with the first year of the term to dropped a charge of uttering a battery In the case but that with no date set for sentencing.
be served In the Gainesville Woman's forgery against Sharp. was changed to battery In plea As part of plea negotiation a charge
Adjustment Center. Cleon Griftis, :37. of Starke pled bargaining. of aggravated battery against Leroy
Circuit Judge R.A. Green, Jr. guilty to battery of Charles Hall last Griffis and several others were involved Griff,35,of Starke,brother of Cleon,
ordered Deborah Kite to pay tz.2OIIln Jan. S at the Backdoor Lounge near in a fight at the lounge at the was dropped by the state
restitution to Terwlllegar Motors of
Starke for damage to a car she rented

and Kite wrecked.earlier had pled guilty to the Rustic Development Planned For People Who Run Horsesplot I

charge of failure to redeliver a hired
vehicle.She admitted to the court ren- A 65-acre rustic, rural Planned Unit Speedville Road. The lots will be a of row crops. They would be
r r' ting the vehicle last July 28 and keeping Development for people who want to minimum of 100 feet wide and 500 to allowed to keep domestic AnimAls including
e r t th it past its date due for return. keep and ride horses Is being re- 600 feet deep. Courtnay said. horses, and up to 25 chickens.
-I 1 Information was presented to the quested by Jack Courtnay & Mobile, modular, or conventional However, pigs, goats and cows will be
court that Kite took the car to Associates on a site In Geneva Woods homes will be allowed. Courtnay specifically excluded In deed restric-
Chicago, where she was Involved In a off SR-100 and on Speedville Road just describes the area as"high,dry rollIng tions.
traffic accident.In west of Keystone Heights. land that is heavily wooded and Courtnay owns a large tract In
other cases: Courtnay presented the PUD concept relatively isolated." Geneva Woods, and Oak Trails will bea
John F.: Sharp 23, of Starke pled called"Oak: Trails," Tuesday There will be a"greenbelt" 50 feet part of that tract. The proposed
i 1 no-contest to forgery and the court night. May 27,to the Bradford County wide all the way around Oake Trails development is just west of KeystoneClub
J ordered a pre-sentence investigation Zoning Board. His request for permis- where horses may be ridden. The Estates.
In the case. Sharp cashed a united sion to advertise the PUD to come area must remain in its natural state.It Courtnay is also the develop of Art
Paperworkers International Union before the zoning board for approvalIn will be for riding! and for nature Woods, also in the KH area.

., ,. check for$225 at a local supermarket June was approved. trails. .
In Starke last Nov. 12. Assistant State "We're seeking those who want a In addition, Courtney said his firm
1 Attorney Tom Elwell told the court small amount of acreage and who will provide a pasture adjacent to the
The
that a check with union officials show want a place to run horses," Courtnaytold tract where persons with smaljer lots oldest writing that
have
come down to theprttent
ed the check had been forged. No date the zoning board. can pasture horses
oJ ,:, The lots, not less than one acre but Home owners In Oak Trails wouldbe day are just
", up to 2.5 acres will be nestled 111 a allowed to maintain a reasonable: over 5000 yean old.
rural setting with access off the
E.Dyal, right newly appointed Warrant Officer 1.1 II congratulated by
Starke National Guard Unit Commander Captain Ralph W. Park upon his. new ObituariesMrs. ...... 4Ia"Wqb4b 4b....-


assignment. Masse R. Crews Funeral services will be P held at 3 Grandma's Attic
I Promoted to WO-1 .m. today ( In the
Jimmy Dyal Mrs. Masle R. Crews Lake Butler p Thursday) DeWitt
died Tuesdasyin North Florida C. Jones Chapel with the Rev. GeorgeL. Consignment Shop
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in Gainesville Harper officiating. Interment will
I James E. (Jimmy) Dyal was promoted Achievement Medal for his years of after Regional a brief Hospital illness. .follow In Crosby Lake Cemetery. 301 N. of Lawtey
to the rank of Warrant Officer service. Dyal entered the Guard Born in Baker County Mrs. Crews
| I. from Specialist 6th, effective Technician Program In 1662 and has had lived In Lake Butler for the past Mack Lemuel WilliamsMack 9
March 31. been employed at Camp Blanding In 45 years. She was a member of the Lemuel Williams, 77 Featuring Handmade
Dyal is a member of the local National the mechanical fields since then. At Advent Christian Church in Lulu. died In the Bradford County Hospitalearly
Guard detachment, the 631st present he Is assigned as a Technicalinspector Survivors Include: her husband Monday morning.
Maintenance Company headquartered at the Combined Support Roy Crews Lake Butler; three Born in Wilmington, North "Items
In the armory on Edwards Maintenance Shop at Camp Blanding. daughters Mrs. Bertha May Carolina, May 15, 1903. Mr. Williams
Road In Starke. He has been assignedto and his wife Martha, have Southerland Alachua Mrs MyrticeLee moved here In 1953 from Waycross, Household Baby Items
the Service Section to supervise two Jimmy children James Jr. and Terri) and Mrs. Ann Hendricks, both of Georgia. He retired In 1968 after 35
vehicle recovery, welding and Paterson. A resident of the Thcressa Lake Butler; one sister, Mrs. Daisy years service with the HerculesPowderCompeny Giftsforall
machine shop operations.Dyal Dyal is a member of Hope Baptist King Lake City; twelve grandchildren as a Superintendent.
,40 Joined the National GuardIn area Church, the Theressa Volunteer and three great Mr. Williams was a member of Occasions
1956 serving in the local unit since the Moore's Creek Church in
Baptist
No. 89 grandchildren.
and Lodge
then. He has received the Distinguished Fire Department Funeral services will be Friday at Currie, N.C.Survivors.
Service Medal: for his actions In F.-A.M.Dyal .\Is Melrose.currently participating In It a.m.in the Church of Christ Lake Include: his wife, Gladys rnm Jll] Jl(3IUl1Jrn! ( (
fire at Camp Blan-
involving a Smith
1972 the annual active duty training from Butler with Brother Harry Witt Williams: two daughters Mrs.
ding, the Florida Service Medal for Blanding in his assisting. Burial will follow in New Ann M.Godwin Starke and Mrs.Jane
at
Camp
over 20 years In the Florida Guard May duty 17-31 assignment. Zion Cemetery In Lulu with Archer W. McQuaig. Waycross Ga.; six Thursday June 5, 1980.
and the Army Reserve Components new Funeral home In Lake Butler in sons. Mack L., Macon, Ga.,. RobertH.
of .. Jacksonville. Bennie G., Savannah
charge arrangements. 10:00
I 3 Plead No Contest To Drug Trafficking Ga., Representative Frank L. : am

Williams. Crystal Lake. John A., ..uu.u..u_.._..--..._uuu....._._.__.__.u..._u_.
never been louna. Leonard F. Smith Sr. 1111[
Three Tampa-St. Petersburg- Titusville and Richard L.,
'
H of the Bradford
Clearwater area men charged with Deputy Don Denton stopped Leonard F. Smith,Sr.,88,died Sun- Tallahassee; two brothers, Bennie F.
({trafficking In marijuana entered no County Sheriffs about Department 5 Miles south of day, June 1, in the Senior Citizens Williams and G. Whitley Williams,
contest pleas Thursday, May 29, in. the second van Nursing Home at Broken Arrow, both of Currie,N.C.; two sisters, Mrs %
Circuit Court In Bradford County. Starke on SR-100. taken to the Bradford Okla.. following a sudden Illness. Lucille Flynn, Atkinson. N.C. and 10 Off 'I
The trio was arrested after The County vans were Jail In Starke where the Born In Mentone, Ind. on,March 15, Mrs. Johnnie W. Livingston. Wilmington
eystone Heights Police ChiefLeonard to the Jail and book 1892 Mr. Smith was a long time resident N.C.; sixteen grandchildrenand
trio brought
Jones spotted drug operation was of the Starke area, moving to two great-grandchildren and
and chase. ed on the charges. Broken Arrow In 1973 to be his
fat the KH airport gave search warrants for near several nieces and nephews. i
After obtaining
I Circuit Judge R.A. Green, Jr. accepted son. He was a retired salesman with Funeral services for Mr. Williams
the pleas pending!hearings set both vans officials in each found van 1,000 and pounds in the the H.J. Heinz Co. for many years, were held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday Coupon Good June 5th thru 8th.
of marijuana
lor Monday, June 9. 'Ortiz discovered and a member of the Methodist faith. June 4i in the chapel of DeWitt C. \
driven by. ,
Angelo Ortiz 43, of Largo; van Surviving are two sons Thomas L. Jones' Funeral Home with Rev.
alvatore .48, of .100,000 quaalude tablets. Smith Gainesville, and William C.Smith'br'Broiren'Arrow .. Roman Alvarez officiating.-Burial, _.., i "
.learwater Joseph and RogertJoh"Comparato:: arrested Records at show their the homes trio was In recently Plncllas\ Okla"tour1; was'IrrtTrosby' Lake Cemetery: The I ;1" .uu________.___-__-:___u_.-.__._-______u .- .-:. 1: i
7, of Seminole originally plead not grandchildren and two great six sons of Mr.Williams served as the
M other drug Thurs. Fri. Sat. & tilBALDWIN
guilty to the charges several monthsgo. County on May on\ grandchildren.. active pallbearers. Open Sun. 10 am m
charges, according to records of the ..
Ortis was also charged with
ossesslon of methaqualone and Com- St. Petersburg police department.

rato was charged with offering a
bribe to a police officer. .
[ Keystone Heights Police Chief

nard Jones last January 7 was ate .... ... .... CHEVROLET-OLDS
Keystone Heights Airport and :..... '::
[.observed three vehicles on the run- .'...
the vehicles left. Jones
way. When .'.
1 Chased one of them and radioed for ..'',.
.
]help. Jones stopped the van after ..'''.. TRUCK SALE
Chasing: it to Hampton. He arrested :.
Suders and Comparato In that vehl- rn Cw '...''
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cle. The third van got away and has :.: -

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PERSONAL PERSONAL CARS & FOR RENT FOR SALE FOR SALE -

FOR SALE FOR RENT HELP WANTED''A.T.TlM..PI.c.
SERVICES SERVICES TRUCKSI" OFFICE OR SHOP SPACE on .YARD SAlIiSolurdoy June TWO ACRES near SR-IOO

Lawrence Blvd. next to Andrews 7. lake Geneva off SR-IOO near Keystone Heights. work
NORTH CAROLINA MOBILE HOMIiTwo
CARPENTER WORK CARPENTRY AND MASONRY Rambler.. AmbeetedorAC -. $300 down $66.84 MOUN- Webster America'sforemost '
EI. While Elephant. ,
Drugs. Formerly behind the per
.. TAINSt 10 Ideal for bedroom one bath. completely
acres
(modeling work kitchen WORK build patios, radio heater. Tires Gee Ceramic Shop. Phone Miscellaneous Items and month. Phone 473-4058 or dictionary company
cabinets and trim fireplaces, additions, As IS-S350. 473-3411 moll form or anything you furnished on 1/2
good. "73341"nchg 5/15 small site, ladles clothes. 473-4367 after 6 p.m. needs home worker
carpenter. Reasonable remodeling. Free 4/17 want to UM It for. All acre of land. No pets.aduced .
tfnchg RESIDENTIAL OR 4732342. tfnchg 424GIASTRON to update local' mailinglists.
Starts at 9 a.m. 1
prices. Call Ed Dempsey at estimates. Days-.473.4473. 1972 NOVA-good condition wooded. borders o good rate to elderly All
COMMERCIA1--3BR IBA, experienceunnecessary
4732477. Ifnchg 51 I Nights'-782.3906. 6tpd wide track tires, red Itpd 65PEAVEY gravel' road which give) acceu. couple. Breaker Road Hwy. ages Send
ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS S/ 2.6,6 and black $700. Phone CH/A, fireplace. SR-21 CLASSIC VTserves SKI BOAT-16'. Plenty of Mt. Laurel' ... Call 4%-2308. Itchg name,
north of KH. $250 manlh.ALSO..COMME.CIAL address, phone number toWeb.tar.
lead amplifier twin channel 135HP Mercury Plenty of wild In the 6/5.
power
Closed meetings Monday 8 UPHOLSTERY Reasonableprices 473-2671 evenings. Itpd Oil.PICE game .179 Slh Ave.
p.m. Open meetings, Friday Phone 4732032. 6/5 with auto mix. Amp trim bilge pump and nearby forest. Owner MOBILE HOMEiOoe acre lot .
SPACE from Suite IIOI-IS90-A New
,8, p.m.Alonon Monday 4tpd 5/22.6/12 across comes with four button cover. Excellent condition. needs to sell this tract AC water fumiifled. Near

8 p.m. Alateen Monday 7 All KINDS SEWING In my WANTED town month.KEYSTONE hall. 400. square feet. footswltch with reverb and 2895. 4733202. tfnchg $",SOD.OO. Terms 2000.00 Worthington Springs" Call. York N.Y. 10010.. 3/22
$160 S296S6l24lpd.$30O
p.m. All meetings In home. Phone 473-2402. phase. Also "screaming 5/15 down assume loon. 496.3907TFN 6/5 chg.
HEIGHTS REALTY PER 1000 INVIIOPHAOOmSSfDiCuaranleed.
Educational Building, Com. 2tchg 529ADDITIONS CASH FOR OOlDt Sterling tr_ treble footswltch. Mountain cabin with

munity Church. tfnchg 3/1. REMODELING diamonds ,jewelry coins REALTOR Drifter hollow body electric SOLAR SCREENkeept out fireplace. Dandy gardenspot. INSURANCEMAINES s .
4734961FOR Wa 'furnish the envelopesand
RIDING LESSONS Summer and repairs. Alter 5:30 and dental gold. Will visit guitar. Cherry red and heat saves on electricity. This Is a handy man National

fun In Melroie d/b/a'.n. phone 4737092. 2tchg your home. 13765235. black with finger switch. provides privacy fireproofand special because It Is not INSURANCE AGEN-. postage.

nlco Stables Call 475-2610 6/5-6/12 Mr. Rittman. tfnchg 5/1 SALE Comes with,.hard shell very strong. For homeor finished Inside, roughed CVi 160 S. lake Ave., Lake 2024 F-41 Freedom Freedom Blvd.CA. 95019.Dept.

5/15 tchg6/5. HOUSES BUIlT.remodellng WANTED Male partner to case, shoulder strap business. For" free wire and plumbing com Butler. 496-3978. Complete
6/5 6/12 6/19 626.TWo'A.T .
4tpd
room additions, barns square dance at Stork. YARD SALES Saturday June picks, cords, the works. A estimate call 473-2335 or pleted. Water and the outside Insurance Service. TFN TIME CANNING

I built sun decks and any Phone 4732905. Itpd 6/5 7, 10-4. Pleasant Point off sacrifice I $500. Call 473-2384. 3tchg 5/22.6/5 Is completed large EVERYONE IS .IMSUKABLIl
motley PLANT ASSISTANTStLlve
G ,' small repairs. Call Budget Immokalea Rood. Small 473-7140 after 5. Itchg 6/5 deck overlooking mtns. 'Immediate coverage by

Builders at 473-2803 or MISCELLANEOUSSHOREMASTER floating dock with motor FOUR ANTIQUE CHAIRSl You can live In It while you phone. JOE USHERAGENCY496.2126 Oak. Salary SJ.lO/hr.
LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- General ,
2 .7019.tfMhg6/5 and battery bracket; 1975 Solid oak straight back din. finish It up. 5 miles from or Responsibilities:

SERVICES ALUMINUM Olds Custom Cruiser 'loaded Ing room chairs $100 for Keystone Heights, owner Murphy. $24,500.00, $5.000 496-2903.TFN Assist Plant Supervisor In

portable boat lifts and 1/2HP electric water all 4. plus odds and ends financed 10 percent In down and assume loan. daily operation of Canning

473.4340 HELPWANTED docks. Call for free demo. pump: new Ronson food Phone 4734148. Itchg 6/5 terest. Lots on clear sand These ore a few ol over PERSONAL Nutrition Center.
CORRECT CRAFT SKI. BOAT bottomed lake, priced to 2000 Desirable Qualifications:
preparation center $795 linings. W. have all
Weekday 473-295
or weekends 4753991. rlnchq value for $350: trainer 16 1/2'. 3 1/2 gph always sell from $9,000. One to type of property from$5OO.OO SERVICES Legible hand writing.
473.42152 five acres overlooking 'lake Ability to accurately record
FLAG DAY PUN SHOW- water skis 2 pair regularskis garaged trailer all accessories per acre and
; up.
LADY TO CLEANone day a excellent condition (access available) with I CUSTOM MADE and calculate time. Abilityto
Of Major Fallen Oak Farms, south of : Sunburst clock with We have small tracts, we
Repairs week. hove DRAPERIEStFreeestimates. .
Must
nice tress from $3.500. follow oral and/or writ.
4250. 4751682. also have
several' cabins
Melrose on SR-21 Saturday candle holders; new 50 ,
Electric reference and own $SOD down, $50 a month. Local ten Instructions. Ability to
Appliances Itchg 6/5 houses old formes
,
Call June 14, I p.m. Horseshow amp Sears welder: 30"girls etc. distributors for .
transportation. WELSH PONY,!I hands, Commercial frontage- Writ call for free completelywashable perform duties In a responsible
Serving Bradford a Clay' crafts, flea market. bike: medicine or listing
475.2225 after 5 .
nationally Submit
p.m.weekdays $150 trade for beef of Investment opportunity. manner. applications
or brochure. You call free
Counties Come to enjoy or have a cabinet: water filter and can advertised Gord..tt.Drap.rl. .
anytimeweekends. SR-211N. Owner-saleiman. Suwannee
to
:
equal value. Need hone ol
booth. Theresa Williams, rust remover. 4733752. charge by dialing I 800
Lawrence Blvd ... saw Enterprises.
i Keystone 4734375. tfnchg 5/22 River Economic Council
.
481-3846. 2tchg 6/5-6/12 Itpd 6/5 cart. 473-3364.: Itpd 6/5 .387.21. Write or call to-
.. .lftU. Cherokee L onpony. d 0.-_ Ed or Loma Inc. P.O. Box 70. Live Oak
Stephens. 4962219. Florida 32060. Closing'
N.C.
Murphy 28906.
5/13 5/22 5/29 6/5 7tpd. REASONABLE! Small trees date: June 6, 1480. 65CETA
r and limbs cut or trimmed. POSITIONStWe are
STOCK TRAILER wide X 14 Reasonable ral... Call applications for

YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE long. reinforced Dual axle,with 114"pipe 2" Tony 431-1114 after 6 p.m. mole accepting training positions

.RE! LOVABLE FUMPIESllrlsh,' lunded under Title II.'. To
angle' Iron. Hardwood
Setter/German Shepherd. be eligible an applicantmust
f floor new point lets than
Eight weeks aid. Call be a Union County
GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LASTSUNDAY'S one year old. Call 431-1536
.
6/12.after 5:30 p.m. 2tchg 6/5 TWO 7823352.FAMILY 2tchg 6/S GARAGE 6/12 resident eligibility and criteria.meet'Thesepositions II B

I June 7. 9 Include
SAlfiSaturday a
"7J SUZUKI STREET BIKE
'501 Roll bar and a.m.-4 p.m. Doyle Clover Policeman and
GAINESVILLE SUNqA5SIFIJD sissy residence-one mile South Maintenance Man. Applications .
bar400. 350
Chevy
: on 231. Itchg 6/5. are available at
manifold andcorbur.'or.$25.
I BABYSITTINOiExperlencedmother the local CETA Olflce. 40

Call would Ilk. to East Main St. 6/' I Itchg.:
4962788. .
SECTION. tchg65.OPPORTUNITIES babysit In my home Mon.. CITA,POSITIONS are accepting .

day through. Friday. applications for

Darlene male positions
Jf- Browning training
SECOND ANNUAL ARTS 4963133. I tchg 6/5. lunded under title 110. To

AND CRAFTS FESTIVAL.For I SEVERAL FAMILY SALI 'IN b. eligible you must be a

Shop The Swira's 1Classified"section' ; Hamilton County will be WORTHINGTON SFRINOSiClathes. Union County resident

i Saturday. June 7 from shoes and meet 11.0 eligibility)

I ,, 10:00: a.m. to 6:00: p.m. 'It costume ,jewelry, books, criteria. These positions'Include .

will be held under the dishes, small appliancesand a Refuse Equipment

pines at the arena In much more. Worthlngfon Operator and a. Truck

fII day for great shopping values Jasper Florida. Many Springs 2 blocks Driver. Applications/ .

try craftsman and artists will south of Fast Office Satur. available at the local CETA

be there. There will be day June 7. from 9 a.m. Office, 40 East Main St. 6/5

e load available., Music' all until..., H it rains sale, will CITA SEEKS SUMMER

during the day. No admission ba cancelled. Itchg 6/5. YOUTH EMPLOYMENT

For 'information PRO.CRAMiAppllcontsUnlan.
ALUMINUM charge.
\ SCWEBN ROOM HAIPtORCSSERS WANTED
eN! Mvcftonlc.. Murt hew own necks maker EXPERIENCED ft Will cook. Mon sandwich..Fr.. 7. ..._'-..*. Toe commlMlonpakt on participating call
100/... 'SDen7.... m1 y need 3"30; .... O-l. Mature naart onlyapplv Will bo taklno 'Intorvlaw* 9047921300.529 6/5 County Summer Youth Program .
'
In partton: Phil N' '' Monday Juna t. 3r7-5701." .
.h ? 'd '......,T.OUS..S.L. _....._.3? Morth Mat'n.St.t '.' PLUMaINO col" '( ::1 Jteh*. -' .mPAUL'S I i ..-t. will providea. dab

NAIR.STVLISTSN5IDaO, .* >*IV.WAV Sataaparwn wantad HEATINO FREELANC. n' :; skills training program for

n VN1 ar Contact e.tto. 37JCASHICNSUSHeifS exporlancad. ea abla High to do Schooloraduata minorarvlca i'f: : ::: ::. FRAMING Mobile ic 18 economically dliadvan-.

y *'EVSV DOCTORS OFF ICC IRacaof CONCBSSION SALES WORK / work 7n-S'Ip7.tltam.OIVCH5IFIEO Incomo. AAA EMPLOYMENT.Low :' ic taged young people between
piljir, oratarablv with O ooV work ft w M Nmds. Fao-Tarmt. Homes ic 14 and 21 years old.
PROFESSION.001 Nowborry Rd. :"" '31 Lie. InsuredREIIIOLDING
? -; .10,11= alary ttaOOtlablO./ Apply ....Twin Th>._. AL offlca r.Qwlra. anoroatlcpartson 3131-10 NW "n.33751M1 contractor. ic Work will begin June 23
r 0814 resume to: a>o* l WMS -*Shopping Pro... for racapttonlBt/Mcrato WllhicVA
PI3... Sun No Down Payment and continue
rawar A. Galnaa- ry. Som almpla record kaaplno LEGAL SECRETARY .Jjj through
*
v11N.FL 30.02. LOW PERSON Send resume F>( Pairt-tlma. hours flaMlblo, Asset
take caret of pflp.p.riw : Dept. S4I Sun Financing FHA ic August 29.
ATTENTION SANDS derO.5.: 0.._ A.O'v lle. FL :M6O7. ba oitparlancad In raal' avtaffaCroxno
laalc Lou A ADDITIONSSub
y. o 8% Down. IS Years To apply youth are asked
particularly FHA/VA.
*
/.e1 'T l oca*iounoav Nouta 441 *I- (A L..I'n Your norm.Car awash. R.ald.m mon_ far Preschool ic
n ttoKMna awMltom far tout Salary commantujrato with auparlanca ic to bring their Social Security .
atolo 37S-46J7 5< <*.- use con.... 4 .R. 2 bath Call 373<0004. Financing Available. ...
b it ft 1
-roc country format.
11' For furtttar .Information, 4l-425 MAINTCNANCefi ImmotflatOopportunlfv mobllo homo en f acra.. AvallabM Pull lima Contract Framing ic Also Good Clean UsedMobile '?' Card proof of age and a
at 373-t *4dav COSMETOLOOIST.
iL faofora J o m, Kan or ttonnla.77BUICK tor dell Ito kill. in ortcet with oood attitude .naal aopaar- parent.or guardian to their'
I'" verve oroam. Prw tlotoutv firm.EMCvHtont DRUMMER WANTEDImmsidlatalv anca. Prafor...... toll owl no.llham Or Will Frame ic Home ic application Interview at
275-ToN/Imr.Call for bond. '...._.Call
II Joe tSt..t., ACTION._neOD00. term. Only I..05-t Serious no.,lclan PM.*call. Pat NagsoftLr Io7T2-n77.. Your House For'you 4. East. Palatk. ic the Union County CETA Of.
FAMILY.
THE HAIR
flc. 40 East
J Mobil. Home BassK, Main St. No
applications will be token
964.8015. "r East Palatka Fla.y without .this Information.

DART ,_ 2tchg -ffaas-teea and 326.3607MOBILE Dates which .
SWIMOtR
fay.; Pa 197 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX LJ on applications
taarinQYtorafca. air. BMoallant Ire Mobllo noma, SUOO for 1977 MAZDA' O.C ......... or. be ng taken:
Small .
...-..,, VJ'I.<1O Call both Call 3r3-Jaaa Vva.. only .w pad,radio and..,-.. .
S aarlout I__'r_.I .n.OIu Jun.2, 3, 4. S. 6, 9. 10. No

MOVING MUST S.": W4 Dodo CRAM PRIX .*.. .. .. applications will be taken
ImpoccabN tlra
:
.. MAZDA "- W79: Haw HOME
Oart Costume ..- rniia, air... _._. Original paint, brand all, 4 <*w. AM radio, ,,_. after June 10 d.odlln..6/5
vinyl: roof. slam or best am now tMSO TA-radlalti, rabuiltonolna Call an-MIS attar a.
Call 3T-94. Studant.I7S racalpt; crulto., flit INSURANCE'HOMEOWNERS JOB ANNOUNCEMENT-
le window.. much ..-.. MERCEDES MO OIK sec. Ex-
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Ford Grenada, _. S.1: TEMPORARY EMPLOYMINTiSuwannee
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IIU.CO "G"L. 1977: Pot 372-3307. Student. cents condition oraat mllaaoa(
air 3 .
000 mil ... .
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ere air. am/1m. alerp.: R-= attar apm.. Studant.OKANAO** 1x00.. '74, rad aS.3OO actual ml.'., atanoard River
cos.flaw.C.Ii Greg Sffer O Pm. AUSTIN Haaly Buoava sprite. ,,. a1r,55.530. 377 1"P 4)._ POLICIESAT
37r 7ee0. stud.". -76 *. Ctralom car. AMwrie. Economic Council Inc.Summer .
door. Air* dlvltal clock custom : MUST BELL **7a Marcoda
paint. ..
ROYAL Gaud 81 jondition ataarlno.: radio -=, ec ll.mt.762-410. ...... 3000, oxcallant condition, allpowar Food Service Program

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1964 N Man' It 173 OLDSMOBHuR TOMONAOO 17O flvmoum, automatic.. 40O, "oiTn'sliobileHome $3.38/hr. General responsibilities .
375.5572, 372-C17S Fully loaoad AM/FM atarao. looki ft. run* ortat. AM/FM/ VW. t00 Wtlon.fA/R:: : : Visit summer
tl
track new tlra battarv dfatrlbutor wagon lxe *
Call.5rrclean.376-4212.good Condition.591y. .Navar racad.._*. CONDITIONING,Standard vrilrt. 81 food service sites on a
1 935oao7.".. IO PM r.oulerp.s ORBAT MILEAGE.tyio. dr. SalesFREE
: iANN.VERSARYSALEI =13"01 501P. regular basis' and ensure

..........., QUOTES that records ore maintain.
Phone 964. eOe ed. Ability ta work _well

ic'LooklncFor. t with people. High school
Elaine M. Olin Agent graduate or" equivalent.Must .

Mobile Horn? ic have access to

1........ automobile, valid Florida

Special, New 12x80i ic Driver's License and

LARGE. SELECTION of 12. 14, a. Ch.rminO ESTATE 2 SR.SALE I bath hone ACT NOW. 4 0R..H:bam/ ,flnanclnapottlblo. caroatad: ic: ,w5. Delivered And ic *' WANTED ic automobile Insurance.

94 wldaa in .loch_wny.. F avMoraT with dining room and ocr_ Control' hoof and.... 9.. pope, -ft Set, icic Submit application to:
Community Homo porch locatad on laroa oak ShadMairMS..... Priced' the .. Up. 500,000
Sala. .Hwv Sun.a44-a/4l.3OI N. S'.rkO. Opontodu 9 ad...lot.LTO.S..U. ........ "C" T....._. 4720.0"N"'OUSOW.. ..A no- .Jjj(Inventory To Choose l: TO BUT! ic Council Suwannee Inc.River, Post Economic Office


CHAMPION. 2s R/2 Oath.13x40..... A FLACK TO START f II" I Ready to "aHI mil l,73, J Bit, its ic From. *CASH CASH Box 70. Live Oak, Florida'
Con" air.
Pwni.Md. iMlr
rtom
bam located lint IO
lent condition Local partf. *OOO. dining room, llvlno room mltv East. Palatka, ic 32060.: Closing' data: June
$ alesloco town .
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Call 37 -l54a t Landmark Realty ot Calnaftvllla' lot. c mt r...t, areeveand Z Mobile Home 12. 1980. An Equal Opportunity
RBAI-TO*. 37*.730 carport Only J7,9OO 325.3607Well -We Fay Top Price
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vnlqwocvora "C" TURLINaTON RN//Ora *328.1068 and ic Employer.6/9' tchg.
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or your GUILDER or OUMS- t OR. t bath hDUC on Cowaerl town. *AS.ooonOak. ....".. I/r.O...... large 2
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nsairL $325. Call Building: ,, 37.VMO4.BBAUTIPUl. TermsPlurnbjng
M. to watt still to*too*. Ut' ....Ie. 3)57154 -..-..................- '
MOOlotting, oo for.IM. jMCCClve ........ 3 her mnall word I w FILL LIM ROCK *
COLONIAL so .......t fountain.. 52)3. Walton .,__
*: f1.Iwmd.MwafaL brown meicisllch/M Safe .. .. .
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par; ctoannat. 0...___ ae Hlant Call 72.1025.. 0'rack.MO Call3a-/4.lBlhtm )
[condition SI2a. Muat .tall SEPTIC TANK NSTAlLATIONS
L ruca 37*.7730 a/1ersIM.. COLOR TV 50.RCA CON""' .. t man'* to uaad. Kaouhl $
LI.. new .. ImM. t 4 ..tiOOi' Icnwlnn.WO. I5OO. watt New Installation' '
TV'S. M"ON"VO" co'or. 13' ch.".. good. _".". *.*. ..} ....,... .... clarinet .M>. Sarmo.
Good N--"So.-,...$110.. ...... ew 1ft .9431..... Pm. n".brl"-caa,.JO..n...... Remodeling Repairs 1 Call: CiBDm BROS. 984-8750

o.v.AIR CONOIT'0._ vV.rcn.MiZS CONTEMPORARY aop. Bra.. floor lame. 14 "...... .... .... __.
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Not mmtor \ :- :n M::: Carlo PUMPSUPPLY
trarlor. Almost warranty w/rev| ... ..NS Ca/7q-ld23 sew btlwEONO .
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.ROYCE 40 channel) base CB;. FENCING All kind, hog SERVICES FOR SALE WANTEDIXPIKIINCIDBOOK
BLUIBIRRIESi, You-plck or Stardustor antenna wire, welded wire, barbwire PALMS APARTMENTS Fur. YARD SAlll 4 families WANTED Mobile home ...
We-pick on order. Open. Realistic power mlko.. Must wood, chain link: nlshod efficiencies and I 1 I I under cover. Variety of BUILT SAW IHOPt Complete .Los and tiro*. Will pick up. OWNER WANTS TO TRAM -.
Won.-Sat. from 00630.. go a. ,.,. Phone 431-1082. free estimates, MANNING .11 aptl.. weekly or noonthly. plants camper tent only' sharpening .service circular OLIN'S MOBILE, HOMI his 3 BR house Stork for KIIPIR Ability needed In
Sun. 2:30.6:30. Take SR 26 3/29 2tchg 6/9. FENCE CO., 4734822. NEW FURNISHED I used once. 430 Center St. hand carbide,. SALES 964-5606, Open 7 a doublowlde mobile preparing' payroll tar
to 200A (Eorlton lid). FURNITURE FOR SAlll 4 K.,*._. TFchg STUDIOS. monthly only. 964-6210. 9-5 .. June S. 6, chain mower blade hallow day a week TFchg home. Wad Bohr. Broker, return, sale tax return,
Weitslde, of Big' lake Santa Place sectional playpen CHAIN LINK FENCE 2313 N. Temple, Starke,. a 7, Thu.... Fri., Sat.. 6/5 ground and balonc.d.L CASH FOR COINS Gold. 712.3973.5/1 TFN. (journals, general ledger
Fe. See signs. No dog solo table and 4 chain, material. Do It yourself TFchg Itpd. at Jackson Building liver, sterling dental TWO YEAR OLD HOUSE on Some data processing, ..*-
please. Longnocker. bed from, with dromr.Furnlturo and *ov*. Installation KITCHENETTES One B R I YARD SAlll Beds and mote Supply Stork or KeystoneHts. gold. OF scrap|Iewelry.opI 2Vt aero. Lowrey area. parlance' helpful. Slary
Melroe. Phone 475-"51 In condl. available. Free ..lImol... apartments, pool TV. AC,,. _.... Refrigerator and TFchg" tical frames etc. J.R. Bull. Only $1500 down. Wade negotiable. Submit. resume
before 8.30 or after 500. tlon. Phone 9645053.good HandyMan Fane Co.. utllltle Included. Totally) Hove Knick-Knacks. ALCOHOLICS ANONV.MOUSl Ington 964-625O TFchg. lehr, Broker, 782-39735/1 I fa "Bookkeeper". P.O.
Itpd furnished. Weekly. monthly WANTED TO RENT Small 2 Drawer A. Starke, Fl
6/5
4tchg 6/26. Underwood Motel. 3* BY OWNERS
6/S. 964-8959. TFchg L. rate. TEMPLE MOTEL,, Phone....".. ....7619. Completely 32091. 5/29 6/5.
or to 3 BR house; errabry 2tchg
1M FT. ON ,
LAKE remodeled
Fri. 3
HAMPTONi SPIEOBOAT. 16 ft.. tilt WATSON'S HOUSE OF 880 N. Temple Ave.. miles N. on 301. Sat., TFchg In the ASAP. BR one both, TEMPORARY IMPLOYMINT.Su .
lovely' wooded lot Sun. from 10 to 6. 6/5 country. Family Room
In ,
VACUUMS Fireplace
steering, tachometer, Many brand Starke. Phone 9647357. REMODELING BUILDING. Responsible, couple with __ River' Economic
prestige oroo. 16750. speedometer 125 of now vacuum Used 9/20 TFchg. Itchg.I Screened porch. Central
hp Mer- REPAIRS New kitchen, child. Pleas, call 964-5608 Council Inc. Summer Food
Owner financing. Jock cury. tilt troll.,. Motor machine available. Part MIMOSA MANOR! MOBILE I YARD SAlll Saturday. Living bath,family room Brick offer 6 p.m. 5/1 TFN. Heat. Air. Nice Comer lot Service Program. Position
Courtney Anoc.. Inc. needs torn work. $979. and accessor!** for all HOME PARK mobile/ homo*, room *et-couch. lava block. concrete. Fireplace In Saratoga Heights.' 1021 Monitor $3 38 hr. General >
BROKER 4737060.. Itchg Phone ....5381 after 5:00. vacuum systems. 404 NW and poco for rant. Phone" seat/and chair. Whirlpool" specialists.' OrlHIs Con. MISCELLANEOUSWANTIOi W. Pratt St. Phone rosponilbllltles. Visit .unvmer
6/S. 6/3 Itpd.IINOM 10th Ave.. Gainesville, ....29.2. TFchgI.PlCI.NCY dryer. Chormglow grill use tructlon. Phone 473-2108 964-5619. Available Mow. food service site on 9
NEW AND USED FURNITURE PUTURAt Repouesod phone 37 .7110. TFcha APARTMINTlExceptionally od twlco. Early American' or 473-3578. TFchg Hanoi mad 3/1 TFN. M.LAIC.VI.W regular basis: and ensure

and appllancot. Porchreckort. was ono, of impede* REPOSSISSIO Amana clean and I solid oak bar with 3 bar SEWING MACHINES crell*.quilting." -..*....... SUBDIVISION thai records ore maintain-
BARGAIN best modal Zig microwave event Only 6 well maintained newly .tool*. Nice Fathers Day REPAIREDAll make* knitting ceramic *wcf** near Keystone, available ad. Ability to work well
CENTER. US 301 South dami, make lags mo*. old. Under warranty. refurbished and furnished presents. Old Lawtey Rd. cleaned. oiled and adlult. Men and. baby Home for soon' Pick your color. 3 with peoplo.. High school
9646679. TFchg buttonholes monogram. stretch stitches $'''' coin or take over $140 mo. THI COVE Red brick house, straight | *". '10. Work Consignment shop(e open BE 2 bath brick veneer graduate or equivalent'
PLUMBING, FIXTURES win. .does It all. pmt of $18.11 monthly. APARTMENTS Phone ahead of city dump. Phone guaont..d. Jo", .. aee.. Pie. ..* cell PeyeCreue. garage. lake access to Must hove access to
down, door*., pipes plus raid for Originally White Sewing and Ap. 964.5065 for Information. 964-3340.6/3. tpd. Irlckland.' corner MorganRd. 782-1217. lilt Bedford lako. low $40' automobile, valid Florid
10,000 other Item now atBargain balance over of WOO. Pay off pllanca Center, 3527 S.W. 4/24 TFN.ILII"NG. GARAGE SALES 506 N. and Hwy 16. TFchg Itch:' 6/'. low Interest If you qualify." Driver license and
$144.10' cash
Cantor. US 301 orassume Archer Rd. Galneivllle, ROOMS TV.refrigerator Westmoreland St. Saturday BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK HAPPY BIRTHDAY EDWARD Contact Stevenson Con- automobile Insurance;
South. Stark TFcho payments of 376-4466. 5/15 TFchg. hotplate. Juno 7, all day. Moving SERVICE Pump-out W* love you. Ruth Agnes, tructlon Co. Phone Submit application to;
$12.80 monthly. To *o*. Very reasonable, by week Residential, commercialand Debbla Suwannee River' Economic
II FT.CLASTRON BOATS 22S RCA 2S" COLOR TVi New -everything must go. Arthur Prlmadon "' .5086. SIS TFchg.
call credit manager collect or month. UnderwoodMotel Industrial. Fully. licens Ricky' end grandchildren. Council Inc., P.O. Box 70,
hp V-hull. Vinyl top and 904.37:64467.15: TFchg. Vista console model.Repossessed. ', '.5 mile north of Itpd 6/5. ed. Phone 9648121. TFchg Happy Double Nlc"'. DOUBLIWIDI TRAILERS live Oak,Fl 32060. Closing
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deluxe YARD SALES 336 W. South St. 17500. 4
bedroom. 2
occouorlos.Just balance
many LIMEROCKi 20 yd. .ml Pay Stork on US-301. Phone CARPENTERS specializing In Itpd 6/9. data Is Juno 12. 1980. An
like newt Call loads only.' ALLEN f. duo $1'" .40 co.h or 964-7184. S/1S TFchg. Saturday. June 7, one day i remodeling, screen room. $404.00 CASH REWARD for both 1R OR, kitchen. Equal Opportunity
Gainesville 376-3619.. TFN. TAYLOR. Lawtoy. Phone, assume pmt of $20 mon TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT only. Itchg 6/5. sun decks. concrete and Information loading to the Phone 4732164. 5/29 2tchg Employer. 6/S Itchg. -
LOCAL ICO FARM 700 thly. Under and GARAGE SALES 916 W. THRU BEDROOM, IU both
commercial 7823172. TFchg warranty. )hooting air con block work. Phone Bud. arrest and conviction of ASSISTANT LAUNDRY
laying hens In TOWEL OUTLETS Many color White Sowing and Appliance ditioning. Access to swimming Madison. Fri, t Sat. from 964-78M. 3/28 TFchg H. person or person who block home. One year old. MANAGE Assists In the
peak production. V4 and priced right. Also Center 3527 S.W. pool. Phone 9-5. Cloth*. book. ODDS AND INDS WORK tola tool and equipmentfrom Big shady lot. Owner moving operation ol a largo
Brown H whlto. Cagot, other Item now and u..... Archer Rd., Gainesville, 9647652. 5/22 TFchg. miscellaneous Item Itpd Painting' plumbing. a 1978 CMC beige must sell quick. hospital laundry. Minimum
automatic water, light B Bric-A-Broc Shop Hwy 21 376-4466.5/15 TFchg. S BR MOBILE HOMES AC fur. 6/5. carpentry roofing etc. crew cob truck. Call $27,500 unfurnished or requirement high school
ton food tank. Egg rout. N of Keyitona. TFchg. SEVERAL ITEMS 100 amp nlihed. $125 mo.. $75 YARD SALE Saturday. Juno Free estimate Phone George W. flick, complete set of bedroom graduate with 2 year
with established businessIn 7 COWS AND CALVES I mobile home service polo deposit 9645261. 3/29 7. from 9 to 6. Infants 9648196. V29 2tpd 6/S. 964.".... 6/5 Itpd.HOMES living room and dining laundry experience. Must
Bradford County. Phone Bull. Phone 7823534. 5/29 Federal Pacific $90. Double tfnchg. cnlldrwiti ladles and mono OWTAR LSSSONSt Flat pkk- room vat with hutch and also hove a workable
....7942. '.1.. 6/5 Itpd. 2tcha 6/S. headed, tie-dawn MODERN ONI BEDROOM clothing-all sizes, Most Ing. flngor-itylo and) FOR love, 29150. Phone knowledge to operate and
auger for mobile homo apartment paved parking.lOCulty under $1. Two mile/ on rhythm technique. Phone 964 6436. FHA will finance. determine condition of
$2.50 each Phone light and doors, Call St. post the hospital 9647076. S/IS 4tchg 6/S. SALE Also will sell furniture laundry equipment. Apply'
Lawtey Auction House no children or pet*. Phono KERNS Title SURGEONS Personnel
964.6805. W tchg 6/5. across' from SR 230 A.: eporataly. 5/29 2tpd 6/3., Office Nonntheist
or apply after 5:30- NOTA Trimming removal 14 y". BY OWNIRi 3 BR, 2 Bath Florida' Stole
CHINESE PUG PUPPIES 9 MOTEL. 964.8265. 830 N. Phone 964-6688. Ischg 6/S. experience.' Have SS ft. Contra!air and heat.5'4" TWO BEDROOM frame Hospital Macclonny Fl
e e 2SC w weeks old. Registered, Temple Avenue. Starke. HO YARD SALES Thu.... Frl., bucket Free estimates. mortgage can be assumed.Inquire house with w/w carpet. 32063. An equal oppor
-- -.r am" and 3 mile from $14.000. Phone
Sat. 376-9721
with/ Phone 5/29 2tchg 6/3. 1301 0'461.I42S.
paper Phone at St.
tw..1t..nla.. '"'4 wrYwPLM 7823733. TFchg Searing tunity/affirmative action
'.... ... __ ... -- 964-6670 or 964.6205. 5/29 ONI BEDROOM APARTMENT Starke an SR 100 toward S/29. 6/5 Itpd. Diane. 5/29 employer.. 6/3 tchg. _'
lit,'C.'s.w.Nw d.__. 16 m r..A. 2tpd6/S. Utilities furnished. IC.,*_.All size, clothing MOTORCYCLE RIPAIRSt Factory MOBILE HOME 1973 Cham 2tcha 65.MO'U PART TIME WORKERS mature

LIWoy'....5.4 1141-h .,. I/.xr r..A M/. t... FOR A SUMMER DAY on the Phone 964.5261. TFchg F. show dishes linens. toys, trained mechanics. plan 12' x 60'. Two HOMES Why pay dependable represen.
...,..Pn.e...."'" ... 4....6.Nr.w_ .toswImwN..IM beach run....Buy my bright MINI STORAGE UNITS baby Item, glass table US-301 South. 9646020. bedrooms. carpeted PO'. more? Buy direct from the tatlve ta meet and talk
.. LN 1.11 _0.w-L-_....,_ 1.00.N red dune buggy arid hove available In Keystone Mts. Rain' or shin*. 6/S Itpd.! 5/29 TFchg S.BABVSIITINO fy furnished skirting par factory large election' of with people at Waldo FleaMarket
TNT_1166A...a,,Asa_xltlw n1ta..TMv.. ss..uI .. onto fun Call 964.7266 $10 and up. Phone YARD SALES Friday and In my homo. che. .. .form bond*. storage 17, ...' and double wldes. .. booth. No direct
_...... .11 Lw.6.vvs..rr.- ..NLow after 3. Itpd 6/S. 4733193. TFchg B. Saturday only. Juno 6 and Hot luncha, fenced yard. hed. Real nlcal' Price' COMMUNITY MOBILE, elllng required. Commllonsd *-
....._C'.... .II ..6,5.*c.rar 6.r. 7/t.. FURNISHED THREE
.lliltNup .II LrTwMlw"... .11 19% FT. CHECKMATE BOW ROOM 7. Vi mile/ past second 20.00 weekly.' Contact 6000. Phone 9647417. HOME SALES US 301 ., earnings possible
Wish Llhfey' Ipta**- .11 115.1._6w..r .II .liD... 200 hp Johnson apartment with bath. railroad crossing en GrlHI Sandra Woodord. Pine St.. Itpd 6/9. North. Open to dusk. 1 ta up to $10 per hour and
wttaw P OTS I*... ... 1...P.p a. .... trailer. Utilities furnished. Private, Loop (SR IOOA)., Followsigns. Hampton. 6/5 4tpd 6/26. 6 on Sunday. Phone mor*. Call Galnefville.
motor. Heavy duty SOLID CYPRESS HOUSI with
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a entrance and drive., No BABVSimNO In my home. 9448741. 6/5 TFN. 373-1117 for appointment
... ..Npip. value of 10000. Will 6/S Itpd. ,
Now
,''saw- .11 _r..r 17 children a 7 plus acre pecan grove.Slate .
'.P.r.d am.-.... .ro ..._...1.M1. .11 Sacrifice for II.toO. Call or pels. hone GARAGE SAlll Juno 5. 6 School-age children. Call HOUSE FOR SALIl You 6/5 Jtcha 6/12. -
/'..... .N _Tw5IM...... ..11LIWoy' 964-5464. 6/5 TFN. and 7 from B a.m. to 8 964-6029 or 909 Cypress St. reef. 6 roam movo 1000 plus so,. ft. NURSING HOME has JsZDN
....._ .II _N..w I.... ..NWw.11M 473-4973 tram 7i30 to 8M ITARKti Homo for rent. 3 p.m. Itpd 6/S. bungalow with a utility for
... ,.... Truck topper,, central air Frame construction. $9,000 4-12 shift. Full or Pan-
rw.A Mw .II ,_ 46 .11 sand .2" after 6. ,4/5 BR. 2 BA brick veneer. WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOMI. room. Central hoot a air
...... AM-1 D12whim41 .Nmiqoftl& conditioner unit gas or best offer. Call 964-6115 time. Phone 964.6220. 6/S.
Itcflg. newly built located In 5 week from 6:00 conditioning carpeting ......
.II .._vn.w I.... ..II day a : __nllr 9 6/51 tod.
00.' .in ...__._ .64.N CERAMIC MOLDS far kale: Saratoga Hgt. Minimum 6 dryer. Hot Point a.m. to S.OO p.m. No age double car garage, com
,_ _..._._ .II Croon frog ceramics. 1 mo*. 1 loos*. Call 964-3511 refrigerator.' Various' limit. Big fenced yard for pletery fenced. Recent op'pcalsal. -
._..-.11._i'".MI..... .11...... CAM....._...... JrI. ) ,II II mile south on 231. Storting ,after 4-30: p m.-"6/S 4tchgt .Item. 1222 Bradford ,Sty., outside.<' activity;-.Coir. :;Great buy I I$48.000.1509 Good. Opportiiity to make.] "
I ._................1 .11.01.. _....... ;?:.if ..... -me TV-496.244Itchg 6/26. ,' 6/S Itpd. 7 7112-3139.6/5 Itchg. *" .' .'- I. Brownlee .. EXTRA' : i
A....__ .II c............ 7/1. 6/5. LARGE CEMENT BLOCK YARD SALE Large/lot* of (SR16E). 6/5 Itpd. .OIlEY. "
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AN a.A..1.hw2e plan Moplovilsies building. North of Stark lunfc. Thursday. ,Friday WANTED
Peed Stomp excepted on feed purchase ONLY an 301. $200.: a month. Saturday Juno S-T 10 a.m. MoifeJ i
USED TOOLS-GENERAL MERCHANDISE CARS ftTRUCKS Phone'".7965. 6/5 I tchg. la 4 p.m. 402 North St. .GOOD PRICES PAID for used INVEST YOUR Self stoner Motivated..)
Tuesday end.Friday' Nights. 7i4S P.M. TRAILER LOT for rant. Call Clair St., Stark. Iteflg65.LOSTFOUND mobile home If mortgage TIME- O Commission Work > Sat |Iow( own 8l''eryAgaro'

Closed)Saturday night thru the summer 483-158O. 6/S Itpd I Is 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'SMOBILE NOT YOUR 3 ."* .individual .
ONI BR HOUSE for rent on MONEY I
Satisfaction Guaranteed On All Sales HOME SALES
1974 CHEVY. LONG BED 100 between Stark and 964.5606. Open 7 day Hiring for upcoming tvenlng Work Part Tim Call Doug Cook
TRUCK 43.000 mile Keystone. Also 6 yr. old LOST DOGS eoavanl 'American'
lab-Setter weekly.
Largo TFchg Information
milk for sale. You will be working In the for full
$1600.00. New garden Jersey cow combo. long block hair. WANTED TO SHARES Mature Home Toy Parlle* Ph.
tractor never used 430 Give batter than 3 gallon. Answers to Mod. Phone ladle to shore country 473-2542 or l..dford/Unlon *r**. 1-378-1411
RobertsReal Center St. 4/3. Itpd. a day. Call 4732736. 6/5 431.1853.654tchg626.Open home' mall town. Phone Jax.-64l-0314.1tpd 6/5. Training' Materiel ,,",vl_. Ext. 2!SO'
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21. Estate For InspectionSaturday 6 Different Models .


964-7828'' ..atLN.. Temple :
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ASSOCIATES, From 10'am -7, pm Beady to Show :
Weekend. .* end. Evening, Cell ,
Richard! Robert.964-S599 Judith Flynn.,".aN
Ann Godwin 964-SBS9 Patsy Sltcox.9644S79John
Longford.496-3814 William Canon.,"..l7eNLo.

.....Canon .964-8704 Lucille Spry.964-8420 Gal! office for directions.
Ky Water.,"..,... John R. Smith 964-6217 our ..:

..n... home should qualify" for New Financing 1 at '

11VVS maximum Intere. Saturday & Sunday flHYTIME : ..

'SR 14 ....-, ... I BAR: fenced .beck yoro!. '... acre lot.. .

'SR 100 ...,4 BR, IB, L.. DR. _.... I acre let.Flnewood .
Dr. 2 ... I B. IR. PR. Dr. comer lot. 964-5533

'Pratt' St. 4 DR. 2 B. IR. FR. Dn with stone ,..., _. .
DR. Screened Perch.Scoring ,

.Yards. St 9 BR, IVt B. ll-DR c_... Don. Lovely Open Sunday! ,After; Church <,


.Off acre 2SOA let. ,.... 28. II. FR. DR. l|. laundry. .".... 1 OBI Keystone golf C0unc. Start o."1 Fairway

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"SR 14. West_ 2 BR. 2 B, FR with"..,1_.IR, Won Cone from your Patio

OUT-OF-TOWN NO INCOME. LIMITATIONYou :

'SR 14 West-179 Double. Wide en app....$Vi aero. *.II.FR ENERGY EFFICIENT BRICK NINE

DR. 3 ... 28. Bauble roof .".. *700 foot frenteae '
Can Make To 50.00000 A Year.
en SR 16-Very Roeseeeblel' Cell Tedxn/l Up :.
'L.k.IutIo..1 BR .2 B, Den B FR, ever S acre let-So. en Many'extras acre
on this y lot
i 131 lake. Butler. Make owner e* offer.
Crystal leke' -2 BR. IB. II. FR, Kitchen-Dining Combe i :
fenced peed.. Including sprinkler system : :

.Stern 4V*Rd.ewe_ 12 room frame house with large out. bullelngen Landscaping Circular Drive & Rff opdgttbl.t Homv. :

'2 weeded l left In Orehem area. -
Lewtey $ ... 2B. Greet ROMS with ..1....... IR. DR. I Split Rail Fence.$48S0080. -. '

en 3 _... with fully equipped kitchen. IBR. >
.3 I B. new kitchen tile take view;reduced... ..... I /2 .
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'2 BR. 1 "B, our first VIM or RIM Large comer lot with I

shdes6Cro.b1i : :
i take. Shore. Furnished/ DW L.. '.. DR 2 BR. .

2B, CH/A, en epprox. 7 ....... "

1'Eunice acres.Klegsley. .... 3 BR. 2 B, IR-D. -Combat. ... CH/A' on. .,p." .>. ''Low Cost 'R. F. A. FiaaBclaj Available, '" Pays All Closing( Costs :=:-

lake. 2 story 4 BR,, IB). IR. PR.OR.CH/A. *p.prex. ,
C 2 acre lot. There are obvious reasons why Bradford Countlons are buying more :;;.

: Stake Country Club eaatlfw. wooded lat 473-7060 Affordable '..
Hornos. Reasons like Quality Construction. Ceramic tile
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with fireplace. Den 0*. lue-
'Brick 4 ... IV'* B. L.. FR
dry. Urge 1C1te1l.... BreokfeM Beem. CH/A.. Large Patio entries.. Full insulation.Convenient location.' But there's an equally .

area plus peel .lovely .forge ltv;;t'. Good Reason for you to CONSIDER A. NEW AFFORDABLE HOME. ITS .--
'S IHJ( EOT! J BR, 2 B, IB. PR,PR.! CH/A$ acre let.Fersym ..
.... 8% acres. PRICE because after you see what other homes have to offer for the

Off SR 14'_ 2 BR, Meson .pn..II.t: acre*. money: You "ay.flnd Affordable Home exactly. the change you :;::
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9/10
SEIBO lat 2 81. IR. DR. es parex acre
14 Best-4 BR IM B.IR. Dee DR. ."... 'A .sr*let. need.

.Off SR 22$_ *".28. 1R.PR... >R. St* *"......ea*pprea So come Into a really First Class Builder Today. Affordable Homes ::

6 acre. IN TOWN have, always had a Reputation,for being Less Expensive In the Long -

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Searing St. 4 ... .... ill. FV Don/CDR. Lg..Utility, i i Run. Now We could get a Reputation for,. being Less Expensive' from -i::.:

CH/A, Screened Recreane. Boom Lowly "-. the start.-Affordable Homes;-Inc., < -/ v; FAff0d'able'llomes i : ', -:-;
.S. Water St. Large 2 story from .hem* e*. I9T R 29C
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'.,'; Keystone. Heights,/has a "Flying A cto'r"'Now I



by Del Galloway Young,Mickey Rooney Gayle Storm singing and dancing: although to be a star as long as I'm portraying
Student University ol Florida James .Drury. Gayle. Gordon and dancing ability is somewhat ited. a good character I'd like to be known
.Journalism Robert Reed. To watch me on stage you; would thinkI as a good character actor. Someone
and Coramunlcatfoni Galloway, who uses his 225 pound got my dance certificate from International like Ed Aaner or the late Will Geer."
8' 3" frame In many of Ills character Harvester Co." So, what does the 57-year-old
Once dubbed Jacksonville' portrayals, has long been noted for When Galloway; who moved permanently '- "flying actor" plan to do with his lirenow1
"singing fireman," Paul Galloway his singing and acting performances to his home on Little lAke
has since changed that Image to the round Jacksonville."I Brooklyn in Keystone Heights two "I plan to do nothing except what
"flying actor." started out doing convention and years ago,first began acting In dinner I'm Galloway said. ".'m.
In the mid 0's. Galloway a native nightclub work, then turned to opera theatre he worked for three and half retired live on a lake In Keystone
of Tennessee and a 35 year residentof which I discovered I didn't have the yean with only a two week break. and it's getting to where I hate to haveto
Jacksonville, became known as the discipline for and finally I turned to Now he says he wants to change his, do shows to get the bread money
"ain" fireman." As a member of musical comedy:' Galloway said. paca and sometimes I do have to do shows i
the fire-department, he used his off His most memorable acting performances "I'd like to do two or three shows a may prefer not to do just for the
hours In show business work. Now Include old-man Gant In year for the rest of my life." money."
retired from the fire department he "Look Homeward Angel,"Ooollttle In"Mv Galloway said. "I'm content living As to whether he'll ever make It big,
.Is known as the "Hying actor." He Fair Lady" and the sinister Jud, my life the way I am right now and Galloway said "Once, In New
pilots his own plane to out-of-town dinner In '"Oklahoma." only hope I have the chance to continue Orleans a woman turned to me and
theatre engagements. "I suppose If I had to pick one role doing" said, 'Hey Paul, when are you goingto
"I fly my Cessna 150 to different that was my favorite I would choose Asked if he ever wants to bold the make it big?' I said -Hey. I have
cities in the Southern-Western dinner Doolittle," Galloway said. "I enjoyedthat starring role again In a major produc- made it big you just don:t know
theatre circuit" Galloway said. "It's role because I Rot.to do a lot of tion. Galloway replied,,"I don't have where I'm coming from.' "
cheaper and more convenient to have
wk e my own transportation." .
I ,J4 ," A few of the cities he flies to Include -
u New Orleans Miami Houston Steve Construction
," 8eyiA Louisville, St. Petersburg Naples s' Hayes
"', oj. and Jacksonville. I
"I got started In dinner theatre at 7'I
> '. the Alhambra Dinner Theatre In H Hopaebuild !
..: \' Jacksonville." CaUoway said. "I
retired from the fire department In
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k i a ,..: .1 i 1973 when Dwayne Hickman asked Full Service I II
/ y { me to travel throughout the Southern- Builder I
Western circuit doing a play called t ttfa
'Natalie Needs a Nightie.' W 9 Newly constructed homes for your Inspection. .
"I've worked with a number of people
with whom I may never have met
had I not gone Into dinner theatre," o Specializing in Quality for the future with a',
Galloway said.Hickman .
star of the 1960's" situation personal touch of today. ",
comedy "Doble Gillls. worked ... .
with Galloway in many dinner theatre
engagements from 1973-74. The two o Energy saving features to keep those light
actors have not performed together
since but still remain friends. bills down. .
Other performers Galloway has
Keystone's "Flying Actor"jPaurGalloway. shared the stage with include Gig
o Custom built to your specifications & satisfaction.
= a 35-year-resident of Jacksonville Is now Keystone HeighU'
:Vtry own "flying actor."
Your lots or ours.


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James D. Watkins Airman Ken\\ Bonner Cpl. W.L. Montgomery
..' -. 'J'ioalnsln Jacksonville N.C. Call Steve for locations of homes for your inspection
= Completes Basic Completes TrainingSAN
Marine Cpl. Willis L. Montgomery
:- FORT KNOX. Ky. National ANTONIO. Texas-Airman son of bell Montgomery of P.O. Box '
Guard Pvt. James D. Watkins, son of Kenneth P. Bonner son of Mr. and DOS,Starke, and Yurlee Wilson of 1723 353-A N. Temple Starke 964-6211
Mrs. Carlere Graham MS S.W. 10th Mrs. JE. Bonner of Keystone SE Eighth Ave., Gainesville has-
Belle Glade Fla., recently completedbasic Heights, has been assigned to Sheppard reported for duty. at New River
training at Fort Knox Ky. Air Force Base, Texas after Marine Corps Helicopter Air Station.
Watkins' father. Alfred Watkins completing Air Force basic training.
lives In Lake Butler. Jill M.
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admitted. "Why?" convince the Career Service Commis- Uev/-;'/ /ig0/q! !fU.6vyyyy4l /oa
Chain 1-1
Questioned. "Because I was sion voting members that Schatz was HAIVIoI\ as
the hunters down." Schatz given more than fair warning that if
"The state has thousands 0 fleaded. he didn't put a lid on hia criticisms he
Invested In me and I wasn't doing my could well lose his Job. They also
Job the best way I can." charged that Schatt was Informing
-. "Are you now ready to abide by that hunter that he no longer had arrest
decision and not take your com powers and Blanding was in effect -r r.walw N/relleY
plaints outside to the media?" Chapin fair game"and that, on the opening e aQaod'lar>; t+JSaJ s s /
continued. day of the general hunt season last '
"Yes I promised Steve Stafford year, Schatz told his check station
after we met that I would not contact workers to not check vehicles passingout r
anybody and I would refer anybody of Blanding for illegal kills
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the media explaining that he was detain somebody at those check stations
:Contacted by the TELEGRAPH prior ." wildlife Supervisor Lee admit
3o>a January 10.1980 news story which ted. "But I was there that morning ARMA TOTE-12
=detailed his criticisms of the change and after we got it straightened out.1 JIG SAW BLADE SET W/FREEZE BOTTLE SOLDERING GUN KIT
3r|his responsibilities told Jim to run Blanding just as we Popular jig law blade anoftimnt In ena Cold holding power Imp food and Kit includes dual haat soldering SUB,3 upper
=.The Game Commission sought to have always done In the past." handy pouch wood, matal plywood, and beverages colder longer. Rafraaie bottle fits Soldering tlpi. lip changing wrench P flux
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